The Arcadian
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079901/00036
 Material Information
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: September 3, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
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 )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579554
oclc - 33424602
notis - ADA7400
lccn - sn 95047230
System ID: UF00079901:00036
 Related Items
Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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Observed during "back-to- .t
school" week Toddler cryingto )
so to school with older brothers t :'

and sisters; six-year-old National and State Award Winning Newspaper'i' :
crying because he had to so to I

school; harried with school mother, trying:unfamiliar to- Twelve Pages 10 CENTS Arcadia Florida Thursday September 3, 1064. Volume XXXX No. 49 'u :' I

find room her beginner belonged Ii
to be in. ,

Cake of Ice-o--on front courthouse I II I

steps evidently forgot Republican Candidate Bills To Be '
ten and melting away to nothing

in the heat.- Holton And Crews Solve I

Out of the State Board of Opened FridayCompetitive

comes Health's a statistics dissertation department on marriage Speaks At Rotary bidders for alrcondltiontng -

that might and divorces prove in interesting the State: the DeSoto the Courthouse south side must of Week-End Theft WaveLocal

Marriages in Florida increased -

from 41,504 in 1962 to 43- Charles R. 1I01l 7. Republican submit or bring bids to the .law enforcement officials The four boys went on a with cigarette lighters, watches
120 in 1963 or about 3.9 percent candidate for Governor called Board of County Commissioners again this week teamedup spree of breaking and entering and
sandwiches the Il.k.
final figures at the State addressed members of the Arcadia to be held Fridayat to solve a series of weekend starting with 1 Bill Stewart
This Is the third break-In. atStewart'a
Board of Health show.
Rotary Club at their .8 ..11\. breaking by arresting four service station on licensed
Among those marrying for juvenile boys, aged 18 and 17 street where they made off station all solved by
the first time grooms were r.wA regular luncheon meeting last Air-condition units will be Sheriff Lloyd Holton and City
generally three years older Tuesday and touched briefly Installed In the offices of the police working together.

than brides. However divorced e on his political platform as wellas County Commission Tax Assessor Later according to Sheriff
grooms were 4 1/2 older Holton. the four juvenile at*
at his and Sheriffs
taking a swipe opponent Department
than divorced brides and wid- Hsydon Burns Telephone Company In tempted' to enter Sloan's Package -
owed grooms were almost 11 store but were unable to
years older than widowed Volley went on record assaying Regular meeting of the County force entry

brides. that One of the worst Commissioners will be Tuesday Using a pry-b picked up

Over 48 per cent of the examples of extremism we September 8th. New Quarters Here from a parked service trucks
brides marrying for the first have ever had In American the boys then entered the warehouse
time were teen-agers while Government is the Supreme at the rear of Johnny**
only 18 J per cent of the males Court decision of apportionment Bar where electrical equipment *
were In this group. of State IegtslaturesHolley .** 'Back to School' Mr. J. N Johnson President mint of bills before or after was stored. t

There were 22.699. divorces went on to say that and General Manager of the the business office hou.... Mr. Their next sortie was In th*
in 1943. the highest number he stood for one house to be InterCounly Telephone Sys Johnson concluded his remarksby rear of Snow's poolrom on Oak;
since 1946 when there were based strictly on population Safety ProgramIs street where they got both beer
tem. announced that the Ttle- that visit to the
the other to be one representative saying a
28112. After October 1937. and cigarettes. From the pool-
Florida law was changed from ; from each county as a phone Company's business office new office to transact any business I'OOnthey went to the river,
9O days to 6 months required fair and just method of repre- InauguratedSheriff has been relocated In its will be a very pleasant pried locse a padlocked boat
residence for divorce. sentation. new headquarters at 14 East experience for our customers.Mr. and took off down river for
Extreme cruelty was the legal He named In his platformthat Lloyd It. Holton and Oak Sorrel. just two doors D. T; Shearer. Assistant Nocatee.The: .
cause given in 17.805 cases he waa against any new Chief of Police Carroll Crews away from from Its former lo General Manager of the Inter* "borrowed" boat overturned

- "78 per cent. Other leading taxes, that present overlapping warned this week, that motorists cation. County System noted that the spilling boys, beer and
causes were resertlon. 3,854 Red Cross Will Help Hurricane state expenditures should should be extra alert for "The relocation of the office Urge Investment being made cigarettes. Later the four returned -
cases; habitual intemperance be eliminated and U elected Is only part of the overall Improvement ls justified by the area's past to the poolroom for the
828 cases; ungovernable temper Clco Victims With Property be would start Immediately to children travelling to and from and expansion program substantial growth and Its future second time and secured mar

158 cases. do something about the t- school. now In progress In the potential. Since IB3O. the beer and clgsrvttes.
. There _were 211 annulmentsIn Losses Cash Will Be AcceptedThe million dollar a year pension New colorful' posters bear->> Arcadia exchange," Mr. Johnson Arcadia exchange has grown fly working together Sheriff

I9O3; .In 11B cases, the marriage system Ins the Important meaa&a.Ikbool' said. "Nearly $100,000 from 1.078 telephones 'to over Helton and Chief of Police
lasted less than a year. Red Cross will help feel they will require help In He labeled the 10-mile will be spent with the Install 3.00O telephones This represents Carroll Crews brought In the
Drive Carefully s
Fraud or misrepresentation and Hurricane Cleo victims to recover meeting at least a portion! of stretch of highway 70 In Manatee Open shun of new central office dial' an Increase of almost 227 four boys Monday. All confessed -
bigamy were leading grounds from property losses the cost according to W. D. county as "one of the I ar* being displayed equipment< to substantially Improve per cent. In line with this and will be arraignedfor
for this action.DcSoto where needed and will accept worst, which brought applause throughout the community. The both local and long distance outstanding growth record 'lies the nest session. of Circuit
cash contributions through local Dibrell. of Atlanta, director cf from a large crowd cf 1 local "School's Open programIs service In the area. Some. the fact that the total numberof Court, on ehsrge af breakIng -
chapters for this purpose Disaster Services for the S. Rotarians and visitors. Paler part of the nationwide campaign of this new equipment will be telephones has Increased almost and entering.

Schools Mr. Ralph Cochran: chairmanof state Southeastern Area. Rep. Chesterfield Smith rose by the American Auto locate In the spare made available BOO In the past five years.Mr This Is the fourth In a aeries .
the DeSoto County Chapter CASH ContrlbuUons should to say that the contract will mobile Association and Its affiliated by the business office Shearer also stated that of local bresk.lns that 'law-
Show Roll Gain was advised by the organiza be given through DESOTO be let for that road early In call""" move' they were very pleased with enforcement officials. have solved
tion's Southeastern Area bead- Ocr.ber. which brought more Law ..n'OfC'ftn4'torl1ra' also .. Mr. Johnson stated' that the the progress of our modernis In the put three months,
DeSoto County's ever increasing quarters In Atlanta.In County Chapter for forwarding applause. warned motorist to observeall new and enlarged business of anon and expansion programIn the other three theft-rlngs eonslslngj .
school enrollments rose 20 the wake of Cleo's sweep to the Southeastern Area Holley commented that his safety rules for the coming flee has been designed for the the Arcadia exchange, and el Negro men and wo
students over last years en- through Florida local: chapters headquarters. opponent. Burns seemed to Labor Day weekend when theAtCbwaya comfort and convenience of the new business elite represents men.

,r'uUmaujiiL1i*,.1DW'CJtv.... Il1L.'alreauy- are taking" applications- ..-Oeo.l aJ t, McesjIve!.. watot have no.real political: policy, .Mill be crowded with customers who transact their' just one of the many fa' ., ,, .:, ... ...:"t'" t
expected -iQ the next wee / trWft MtUUU'i'! whose -flnanca damage and extensive wind or intgrW but.waaTlOe? a"the driver's taking advantage of business personally wHit the tune"" of bslter service to our
according to a report from the may be Inadequate and who lUard-Uks "chameleon"who the holiday office. personnel. The new customer*.
office of Hugh' Flanders Superintendent damage, and particularly to changed colors with .over office, features all or*the latest Mr It, M. O>jr. Northern

of Public Instruction.On mobile homes. background.Next 'Innovations In office styling District Manager pointed out Weather
the first days enrollment "!n the wide swath cut by __k'. Rotary meeting which has been highlighted by that an additional' IJO.OOO has

In county schools, X342 pupils Boys and Girls this storm the number of stricken will be addressed by Col. Member Drive the use of dark paneled walls been allocated: to. provide new I
were registered as against families Involved who Ed Bentley. past president of and brightly. colored furniture, and Improved facilities to. serve Report
2.3C2 of last school year. the Florida Chamber af Com as well ss the latest In office the communities' ef Morale
The closing of the Ft. Ogden State Citizens may nee dheJp may be considerable men and a well known attorney For Farm BureauIn communication systems. Efficiency : and Fort Ogden to the South.

school of first, second and and requare help ranging from Lakeland.ly. has been the keynoteIn ef Arcadia aa service demands Dale IllchI Law Rain
third grades threw approximately Make Report from a few dollars to several DeSoto Co. the design ef the office from In these areas have been .Increasing. Aug. 1C 72 .u
2O additional pupils to the hundred dollars for each the modern office. equipmentto & which .la Indicative of Aug. 17 II 74 .02
family," according to Mr Di- continued growth at all af U .II 'I.oe
Nocatee: school. Plans are now Citizens of Doys and Girls the after hours droptsllurytotaled the Aug.
under way for transfering the br.ILW.. attempt to bridge Park StripDMateJ Fall Is policy developmenttime near the duneoe pay Denote County Mr day also. .. Aug. If .2 74 .00
7th and 8th grades from Noca- State respectively mad. reports the gap between what they caD for Farm Bureau members mentioned another tJO.DoO .C' Aug. 10 U 72 JOfl
tee school to DeSoto High to their 'poI8OI'aoK- do for themselves and what throughout"- the state and p-ndllur for prevision *( new. Aug. II M M Lee

School during the Christmas Post American Legion and Its they must have to recover** a series of I ft district. meetingsIs Sanborn Gets (Continued on page e-A) Sept I h 72 I>
A preliminary report from slated next week to begin
holidays, or whenever the six Auxiliary Unit Monday, Aug.
headquarters dated August 2s.IMt title proreas.
new classrooms at DeSoto 31st at 7:3O: p.m. 5-Year Plaque
a total of 12OO homes and From Jay to Pompano Bach
have been completed.This SEVINTH IN A SERIESAmeiJuts '
lion The people from the
young dam members will' to discuss'
71 family businesses were meet
move will give 7th and 11th grade. DeSoto High school. aged. And that 13.OOO people ACL T. City local, state and national Issues From Penn. U.

Stir graders class advantagesthey who represented the school used Red Cross Shelters front OM which Farm Bums will OaUnbntn .
city Administrator Wayne
were unable to get at the were Phyllis Clements. LewB.seler F sa:e Vrttrsswccatstan
Flanders said. Miami to Jacksonville. take a tand Is slated. to receive a
Moeatee school. Joel I
Itaymond Christ. Please send your contributions Atlantic Coastline railroadhas All meetings will be MidI graduate plaque" from the University .
Carley. and Rupert Smith. to Mr. James Mundell.. permsston to Ota 7 to .::10 pin at the of Pennsylvanlfs flliMllluto Continuity In government. tit .. the pear em and
at given
They covered were dish. be dinner nor guests precedingthe a local chapter Treasurer City of Arcadia to widen De- various locations, Monday of l...1 and Slate the ae ef a major. .......- duties, af publte offices,. af whatever

Farm Bureau joint meeting at Legion tot Avenue, east of tae Kspreav through Thursday vernment aweardiaa' *. .... wes the subject ef special. l*.le> nature. and.. whether. filled,&
.. Farm Mure." members. from formation from the Sews bur Satins In Senate )gist resolution
Meeting Set Home. The post commander.Mr. Company platfarm this area will meet: by election. w appointment,
which. reeds
eau ef the eastern Universityanborn number Sgt .
Louie Morgan.; presided provide> mere parking area and sfMrumbenta af which *v.,
Tells of tVnitn Central Florida Area ..
Hyman Is among 4* local' faltowete
Allen Copeiand. president of over the meeting and presented ta widen Ute street<< far two- M .became unavailable far carry
the DeSoto County Farm Bureau Mra. traffic according' to Mayor Monday William Talley House. and state government effUUUhcnered It "_'..4 ey. te Leet.*>
the Unit president. way ; .lag an the powers) and awtleeat
extensivemembership Dradenlan Florida. for _havtag served maa Ul... ef tee date s/ .,..14.'
,. announces an P. P. Speer
Sullivan.Mr For to
Gilbert Itinerary au h attires and l CU
drive will be con- Lewis Ambler retiring ACL has already moved Tuesday Knights RestaurantWetsrhwU. official. governmental. Thai the renewing *a .nit. > such ether .*
adopt measure
rto Mia rtljr for five. year after computing meet of Art.... XVI. .* the .
ducted September. 1417. Cemsnntee the tracks from that side ef
chairman cf Doys b. and .
may aeeeassry
Wadasaday Valencia. .. .t.atot. .
the .laclMute's grailuaieeourse Canstltw'lan by addingaw1Mn
During th1a..iod. Mr. Copeland certifies DeSoto County the railroad giving an additional Florida" afgoveramenial
presented a far Insuring. the ronimwily
all farmers rancher the Camsnanoer 20wtdUla far ta* rant l>ede City Flertda ,...,.. |er the a.alera *. IA Is S.fee4 to and.. snail
says of appreciation to operatton. lathe
and growers la this area mUus ft. CUrae llayman, aupervisorof street and parking& with rwanlag Thursday.., Lancers Restaurant degree be .utjmMle.. be the electors. ef
for participation ..........,.. FtarfctsFallowing r. 101..... Hew Jer .. eaerels et the powers
who are not rWra Bureau announced this length af 9OO feet."This Raysowd .... ... Ivc ratilMallass or /rsetl"es
by Department tegtttraUan. .
shined eonf 4 the Mglslatwe
.m, herby rr*<
... mewtlaga., representative onealasM. :nee .. labnr andlawiry at She general elevtfcmIn .
be contacted by attest sey
members will Comcaanacr John J. Ad- week that be will be In tnefolKwwvg will to ne way shall In all resparto son
s>f the M .....11 "Unem
will speak an November. !.**:
""UA&efl'&en.. wes and Director C Elm precut durtag themonth Ute park strip W front af tkaMadical fnrsrt to the ,. |Ussan eaU ef
Farm tlu to their '
drive coincide >eaua return pleyeil YavtH M Our Afflweatltorte SECTION: I IA. CeatlaaMf eft
The membership and BalMtog trans ItowUt
Hood. af oeptember urges. acres tenl .. ri.esrseW ........ > Ine award _... TTs. this Canstllullos emsept to the
with Cover. FanIsBryant's r.eSdentm .. 1Iba.r a cere .. t- legtolaiwr
Mrs .Sullivan Introduced brc&tlams ail tMiregJ>tred sweaty i Oak to Magnolia, ease*. that In In* judgawntaf .
lanai aaaatasra .
otftdal p.odsmstiaanaming of Girls. Stale andeacb to get these name an lb. ..... wills n..wy sceWsiled fey seosn.h. K* seder .. .Imear* eantMMwty the .legislalMr .. to aa
September l-l a* befuev.. the bbak Usssliitna derived frem Inks 3. .* and level goneeweeetsl
girl gave an totoresfistgreport vauag taste ...... feeeasa -.6 tneffletal .. fsMtltoto et.n. .. .. would be .iMiptaetiealata-
Farm Bureau Weefc.w Flocks Irvl.The part The F. was seta .. .. In .sr> 4s a* mer
and aaiisil awt pMtwraeand Ouse October Mt4 admit. af undue delay. .
The Oavsraae- noted. that CarTotreamField. p..recra. .* Farm Hare bitched .In Nt and sjrevhtoeaawaralltnal ....7 reselling free ........* w
week'sactivities. dale set
of the are *-
Farm Bureau .ha* gained wide diner. tokens September !.; Maeator.Sept. "Donkey" tall.. *** at ... .&.*. am* naUMMllevels .. prrh. g+r psi. t 5.i W.w,. ........ snail Anather. .1 Flevtda Use II amemateats
after final erUwa at s.... ..,. ncUI. aril .. .. .. .. *' fastog owe anNevamber
pebUc acceptance and repatauon The Ptet Cama. andr. Mr.M.tgaa. 11-la. BMAker astslnrawavUla. Slated a Ml base s isr and M> lavavsdieto thUd U a Oamasitta
Game By gad atsesks4 .aware..-. laterIn ao.sa/atpe assi.iar.. gcrares des y. .11 to preside
-v. of AgrVml- .
ae the ,. thin presented his Sept.'" 21. FL W MbatHuto b U tier H..... Js4ntUssalutto
avreK. to ..,....... chairman el Hey State feetote .err Owens and .,.. Level.aWrsH. Softball Ass'n. the 1.U.OLDnull. n-atil. tewwltSg ails ..r.... fee prams* and tomporsryNO aumee* aa a.*llwo-

.....*hip In the DeSe4 asp eta. M,. Smith. firs X2. Dnrr Field. .*... 23.aawf ..*. esip-niMwr. ., the prinslpat >
Caunty Farm Strew aaumbers pad. tribute to kis predeceaseLewie *. f.. OgOen, Sept. 24.3*. D*.**a .........0 AasMiettan af stale srnaal toads law
. around 3O* taeallMs. Aaftbirr. fee ate flawservice 0....... na .liMta .. Uis.e ... an si.snisg af ..-).... MYSTERY PICTURE. . . I _LONGER_MYSTERY Capital Outlay en behalf af
DeSotsf CtoMnty Farm 11wnos jiart eamplrtait. He toes. .....,,, preumta.. ., 11A,..... advisee 'j.|j. 11.. far FrMay. ........ 4Us ...... InsUtuHons ., .kigherlarniaaV
baa planed. m membership. Intrraurel. Ute. ctuaeae ef ItoysrState tat .... caiarUsevae af- at S ...... artjesi AaaactoUaatsWsV'raV InrkatMs Junior.. tat-
eating. ., Owens CaawsMsaity earls ef won saaae n** 1.e5: soil reasaiai ales far aay .vsTCV ..BsTnJsWfcsJ fsTCsMsMstl .... AKvrittMi Selection loses. an4. Capital Outlay for
Caster 6Otnrber I*,, wttn aNew reperts af the ....sa>. Tbaae keel& j...ekl.nts wxatng to reglexr keys far a aflsnsias geese afacftaaO Right : -, .pew ssnaats.Tne ..
e..et.d dieh spp.r f.Yl ..gagat bas sow s pe s>*al by foe Tatal regJatratMM aa a< at tie TraU-r ParkFtoU. Usealutlsn readste

S:3S: psa-. tMrea., ....-F af kS.4. .-.d rs Use ties pvbsvary art. the saaav* ,. M HessKjsd .y. tea Is*.***
.aterlal. and aarn bay was .*- aav'" af restletere. .. } ...... at 4vTi "f1W .......,... k.i..a M fw- Lees weS1h Otrdeer h....gMMaasJytssg rnOaVen aa4 S greet graa>** lessee af lite a.... af rierMaf
und to Bey** ...... T........> .. write siipraslmatotyM 1M wish law snag trait err ...1 I.dws.1 terM. .Sos.4.1two Itts'a'e4I I _,.,11II,... TINt .r..* XII ......... S.t
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HereA -....... ma.ease ...... hoes .......... mel were rsw is .RrverC boy line .. ....... Aihtlsrq. ) rsoh.f af the ManasU Lad*.* amended aa st torts 1 b lertna
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2-A: THE :ARCADIAN :Arcadia Florida Thursday, September 3, 1964 .

.. ... .. .... ,.
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Miss Stone '" "........... '" Charlotte
.. i Eva
I CHIT Is Bride Of : .". Engaged TV

111 CHI.slI\ 'Emer sorJane's. "" E' V. CopelanMr. <

The.. marriage,of'M'a.-7; Lydn \ ,
Stone it.ki; and Mrs. R. B BJSr
and Emerson Jones waa / : .
Back On the Job .
; of Arcadia Florida
Saturday night, A c
I did appreciate the nice job Betty Gaskins did while gust D, In the Church of ,;, ,: ; f ment'Week of announcing their the engj
I Nazarene in Arcadia. daughter', Cl
was away. I enjoyed her column and I am sure that
lotte to Earle V.
bride Is the daughter of Copeland
you did too. Comparisons always odious, but a y Tielma Stone of Arcadia W"t" Copeland .U the son of Mr,
change, once In a while, is{ very refreshing.I 14 Mr" ::AlIen Stone of Mrs. A. F. Copeland, ala.

enjoyed my month trip very much. Was pleasantly Call, The groom ... the Arcadia.
surprised that my grandson, Johnny Lambeth, had re- of "Mr and "Mrs. TJan A 161 graduate of D.
covered so fast from the severe burns he received in Jones of Wauchula. Dr. W. M. High School Miss Evansa
June. lie la still taking ,therapy treatment to relieve McGuire officiated at the double member of the Student cJcil.

the tension on his arms and back from the grafted e l a ring ceremony. National Honor Soc,
skin, but is cheerful A background of palms and an dthe 'Sub-Deb Club. I
very! and back in school. We -did baskets recently graduated
of mums and gladiolias trim
spend two weeks: JUyrtle\ Beach and I I
) enjoyed formed the setting for the can Petersburg Junior College I j
very much; Fayetteville !Is 'a very beautiful place, and dlelit ceremony. vision of Nursing. and is w"

Virginia ;Ruth'a yard is lovely. One day we rode up to An organ prelude of wedding employed at G. Pierce k I
Raleigh and Visited the State Capital, dating from 1833, music was played by Lou Memorial Hospital at Arc 4
I replacing the first State House! in Raleigh which burned Ella Rails. Walter Halls sang Florida.Mr. I
in 18H1.: The stately building, constructed of granite "I Love You Truly" and "A Copeland also redo

quarried only a short 'distance away, is considered one Wedding Prayer". from DeSoto High Sehc I
I of the finest examples in America of Greek Revival The bride chess a formal the class if 1961. lie 'W Q
architecture. It gown of Chantilly lace. The member of the football t.
represents an unusual blending of FFA
and the baseball
fitted -bodice featured
Si square t.
Doric, Corinthian'and Ionic styles. Nino statues of neckline: embellished with hand He .Is now serving In the :
historical interest are placed around the Capital build. sewn sequins. The sleeves were Charlotte Evans as an aviation electriclarJ

ing. The shrubbery is also very unusual. We went wrist ltztn and ended In ------ -.- ,- .. the Miramar Naval Air SU1
from there to Duke University where.Johnny spent 2H points. The bouffant skirt had San Diego California.

months. I had no idea that it was such a large ho pltal.I hand-sewn sequins on water- Vacation Church Patty HughesReturns Plans are, being made fo
The building,fend grounds are beautiful. I met Harvey, full tiers of lace. The train was October 9. 1964 wedding wij.
I Rhoda and Chet In Washington, and went to Arlington Mrs. Allen Stone chapel length. School ExercisesVacation From'Nice will take place In San Dn.
Cemet ry'. Went'over' to Charlottsville and were weekend An elbow length veil of illusion

guests at the Boar's End, a famous place to stay. Stone-Jones Rehearsal crowrt. fell Handmade from an imported organdy Commencement Church Exercises School for Trip 'i.t1r
Visited St. Anne's School there. Rhoda will return
I rosebuds and pearls encircledthe First Presbyterian church were Miss Patty Hughes has returned i
there the 17th of the' month for her last year. We did Supper Friday NightMrs. crown. held Sunday night Aug. 30th, home from a vacation

visit.Sweet! Briar: .and Salem:. College,,:but I think that Carol Anne Stone served her starting at 7:30 P.M. trip spent travelling In the
ttnoua Will 'proDaoiy go to vassar, 2rnun or some other Dora G. ruiley, },Irs. After a graciously t rved sister as maid of honor. She The school tasted all the past North. She first visited with
I Eastern college, as she seems to prefer them. They Kathryn M Gillete, aunts of dinned and pleasant fellowship wore'a floor length gown In week and was well attended. her father, Thomas Hughes
did visit several schools: in the East after they left the the .,groom, and Mrs,. Roy Dal- the group went to the Church Cara-ray peau of toned turquoise 'Mrs. D. S. McKay was General Sr. in Chicago 111. Then visited -
Fair, before I joined them. While In Charlott vflle. lentyne, cousin of the groom of the Nazarene' to practice for featuring a cummerbund Chairman and was assisted in Evanston. 111. and in
Virginiawe rode on the'mduntaln and visited Mont! were hostesses Friday night, the wedding. accented In front by a by Mrs. Charles Ne- Syracuse. New Ycrk with her
cello. Tho; house up is one 'of the classical examples ofAmerican August 28 at a dinner precedePig rosette, elbow length sleeves, Smlth and Mrs. Wayne San- grandmother, Mrs.. E. J.
the wedding rehearsal of a cooped neckline and a oren in the Kindergarten department Hughes. After a visit with her t
''architecture, and 'the gardens 'are beautiful. Mary Lynne Stone and Emerson flowing watteau back ,aneL ; Mrs JLester Hatcher', grandmother, Patty went into t ;
Thomas"Jefferson 'was quite'aft Architect. The college, Jones. Lee She were an open crown of primary; Mrs. Jchn II. Tread- New York City for a visit
and many other buildings in the city', show the Jeffersonirfn Thirty six guests gatheredat Hampton matching toned turquoise backed well III. Mrs. John York Junior with an uncle, S. A. i 1.dt. i
'Influence"'and style., Large columns play a large the banquet room of the Celebrated by a. bow and caught into Dept.; Mrs .Robert D. While in New sln..et.1
part in all. of the Jeffersonian Memorials I enjoyed Palm House, including: the a veil. Roush and Mrs Carlos Sharp tended- the. Fair.. Want the perfectAnniversary
Old ,Salem...In Winston Salem. The Home Moravian bridal party, parents and close Debbie Ballantyne, cousin of Junior High Dept; Nancy Enroute home Patty stoppedover Gift
Church built In 1800, is a very beautiful building.. relatives of both fam IIe.. BirthdayLee the groom served as Junior' Yams musio Edith York nursery in Mass for a visit. with ,Send Flowersl
bridesmaid. She wore a floor and Mrs. Margaret Mc- another uncle John Singletary.
North Carolina and Virginia are both beautiful states, The color scheme was pink
but I love Florida and Arcadia. and silver The U-shaped ban Hampton celebrated his. length gown of pink ruffled Anly got out the bulletins. She flew home last week
quet tables were beautifully tenth birthday anniversary net which featured a scooped Mrs. McKay was well pleased stopping over in Jacksonville:

:. : ,Dane CloM eIII< .Ji ,decorated with bowls of pink Sunday afternoon Aug. 23. at neckline and short sleeves. She with the work done duringthe for a few days visit with her leers
v carnations and baby breadth. the home of his grandparents, wore a pink rose covered: tlarla. week and the Sunday roommate Miss Cheryl Spear-
r < ''The Earl) Atkinson's win again have dance classes: at Silver candelabra,,held fluted Mr and Mrs. Jay Albrltton. She carried a basket of tiny night program showed was a man.Miss
the '*Wbmanj Club during, the winter months. Regis pink candles. Ivy entwined the Games were played and re- pink sweetheart rosebuds. fitting conclusion to the week's Hughes Is the daughter
tratlon will be hdd Wednesday September 0, starting floral centerpiece and the can freihmenta of homemade ice The bride's mother wore an work. of Mrs. Marlon Goff. Arcadia.
at 2:30: '1'. M. Be sure and go out Wednesday afternoonand delabra. cream cake and cool-aide were Ice blue satin brocade dr.... Mrs. Muriel Turner was the She .U now home, getting her
register for the classes 'that will start Wednesday, The attendants were presented served. Ice blue accessories and an organist for lovely programin clothes in shape to return to
lOlh ,and be hold Wednesday gir>." at;this party.Returned Those helping Lee celebrate' iceblue carnation corsage. The the church when she play- Florida State University for'
September every They were Jim and Will Platt, Tommy bridegroom's mother wore s ed "Bless This !Iou..", a request her sophmore year.
are very good. I may get In the Ladies Physical Fitness -- .- Carmichael and Hill Lambert beige eyelet dress, beige accessories 'number followed by the -- -
claim, and do hope they have a large adult ballroom of_Wauchula; Janet and and pink carnations.The Invocation by Itev. Orennon Co ... ..-

svlnetM---'-'_ From lAmar Cum bee of Okeechobee, _bride's grandmother wore Cottingham.Mrs._ .
and Margaret Hampton, sister a pink dress with matching McKay gave some very DANCE CLASSESPRESCHOOL
A few Fortunate Ones Are Still On Vacation Trip In La. of the honor guest. .hat and pink carnations. Interesting remarks on the

: Dottle Jean Lambert, niece of church scnool. The children In
j\ card Monday from Edna: and Harley Watson from,, Ralph Cutchen mother
the isoys"CLASS'
Juper.UrUiMtr Columbia Canada. They have 'been Inlake"1.qulo'e .....1r..,.j41w J*. .Murphy and of the honor guest was assisted groom attended the bridesbook klndergareten. group sang : "? .
MUih ,"by ,Mrsi. Grady CUmbee in ; table, '" -. ..\ & Loves, Me- and ."Walk-
Cnlffsry 'amt'llo'many b autlfulpl_;ei graa.irua. Jonif + ref *,
Immediately following the LADIES PHYSICAL,FITNESSt:
turned Mucsday of last week serving the refreshments.Calvary Ing In the Sunshine"; the Primary
They said that the and road were marvelous.As .
scenery ceremony a reception was held group sang "The Bible
one travel over the country, the Improvement Inroads from teu- lay vacation spentIn In the social hall of the church. tells of God's Great Love" presented Will be held at the Wom.,,'. Club In Arcadia every
Union kllou earl
has made traveling by tar a real delight. Edna loans La. New Or- The brides table was centered' a puppet show based on Wednesday, Starting September 11t"

said that' they had been enjoying each day but that the They spent days In Baptist with. the wedding cake which one of the parables of Jesus
Tlney/ Wood of Florida would be looking mighty IlrWn ge visiting Mr. and was encircled in tulle. Other and sang "God Cares for Ilia REGISTRATIONWill

good tb them by the time they arrived home. Jennie Mal, K:t. Marphy: II* Is the W.M.U.WillMeet I I delabra.appointments were sliver can People"; Nancy York introduced ,, held Weman'a '.
the following numbers be at the Club Wednesday, Sept.
and Robert Odum had nice vacation In
Waynesvllle. brotnvr Mur
a Mrs.
of Mrs. Eva Alice Lamb was tth. .Adult and Teenage BALLROOM 7 to P.M.
from the Juniors !
North'Carolina. A card from them was awaiting me phy's bu..oo. John K Murphy Tuesday Sept. 8 the hostess af the reception. In VilIa .": I"tnn.MA.- Stage Arts and ether CLASSES 2:30 to S.SO P.M.
when I returned liome.! i Hho said! that the weather Jle .euntcs to tlorida. andAtradla Assistant hostesees were Peggy tual awy l." Stand a in;the Negro Need Spire- of '

hovered around CO deirreek the entire time they were uoce a year U the The next meeting of the Calvary Walston. Wanda Lowe, and Prayer"*; Chorlc Heading REFRESHMENTS. .- DOOR PRIZES
there. I waa cold _all the,time 1 was away. Will take Murphy family r uniue. Iliawife lUiptUt Church W.MU. Path Melton. Matthew 5::sa..a with Tracy
winter clothes the next time 1 go. Mrs, Murphy Urecuperauiig will be held at the church on NeSmlth aa Leader: The Junior (Clam Schedule)
from tall that broke
We Were Fortunate That We Eacaped the storm, her! leg shortly after their last Tuesday.. Sept. s, J0O4 at 1:30DJn. : EngagementAnnounced High sang Follow theGleam" Adult Refresher Claea ..._. ....._nh_............. SAO .. coo P.M.
trip to Arcadia see is now --- and "For the Deauty Adult Advanced Class ...-..................-... .JX te tO: O P.M. I
I But do not let us forget the ones who were leas for able to l>* around In a> wheelchair This will be s special l VIaItw' Of the Earth- and presenteda Teen-Age. Clam -....-............... .. .. .-.... 71; te aoo P.M. I
tunate. When Donna hit this section four years ago, Night with aU members play: The Man Who Had
Been Dllnd".
the people over the state, ,through the Itee ,Cross,"were Airs. Murphy and grandson urged to attend and 'each one Mr. and Mrs. W. Wallace the Narrator;Kathy Beth Roush.Bailey was Susan 'STAGE ARTS I

very generous and now it Is our time toshaft.' 4 Ann spent two nays In New Or- being one" visitor. Whlddea of Arcadia: are an- Yams Joanne Statnbrookas Pre-S.heel ____ .._ .. _..w.2:1 S te 1:00 ".M. r
article elaewhero in the paper will tell you how many .leans on the way hum*. They The summer 'meetings have nousx-in the ..engagement and the Phar'VafK'e Halverson. .." ..-... f S .. 10 .years)) ...__"___.....?. SAO .. 3MJ P.M.
I people are In desperate need, so a be thankful that'Cleo' lark. a slghl-eveUtg bug tour been very IntertsUnc and en- approaching marriage of their Man who was Blind Intermediate Claea _.___...._.._......".:-..... 1:45 te 4-0 P M.Beys .
did not take Florldian'a life and that all one day, and enjoyed seeing Uchtenlnc. It U hoped that daughter Miss. Louetla Whld- Henry Strickland and Pat ; Tap and Aerebatto .,.._..__...<-._, _.._ 4.SO ta .:1$ P...
any we can tome of the most Interesting more ladles will avail themselves den. to. Mr. William M. Hol. Mc- CUM |ever 10 and Teens) _?..._,..._,....__ MS ,. see P....
help In a material way to, help the one who sufferedthe places in the city. of the llngsworth, also of.Arcadia, The Cord as his parents; and Jimmy Ladles. Physical ritneea' _, -... .._.._.,. 1:1ft te 20 P.M.
opportunity to Slouch the Narrator
most, In fact. DeSoto County received: f38.OOO for
They both enjoyed the trip learn more about what Is ..>- couple has planned the wedding Jesus.
from the National lletl Croas.A very much, but did cut U a Ins; on in other countries and date for September Itth. Mrs Johnny Uaassen. assisted TUITION' J

Smorgasbord Last Saturday at the Elks Club little short when storm warnings other sections of our own at 7M p.m. in the Oak lull by Mrs. A. D. Mlgliore All ........'" Clsssss_ -1S -Leseena .ta.oo JAdult
were posted on "deo. country Baptist Church. and
Mrs Edwin Parker werefcosteaeee C..ple1. Lsseena S22.SO H
.. The ladles of the Elks, with Norma Corley as chair The informal ceremony will .Open Iku.." In Stsee Arts Clsssis S Lee*.... .,2.OC1A
man, did themaehes proud Saturday night. Auguat 29, be solemnised by Rev. George the Sunday, School building 1O% d>e.e.n if paid. ...... ,..11,......*..
with 14 ua to end all l.u-. The rooms were beautifully Engagement Announced Henderson of Oneco. A reception immediately following the pro- Cendtteted,,,..jf .: \ f
will be held
decorated and the GIRLS all wore colorful sarongs following gram. Claaa rooms were open '

Lets around their necks and flowers In their hair. the the boot matrimonial.* of Mr.services and Mrs.TUtyd at. Church for display School of exhibits and MR. & MRS. EARL .ATKINSON

Naturally, the food was the highlight of the amorgas .....tJ.y, AU friends and The refreshment Work.table Well Knew ....... and 14.w,y.rii Teaehers i UResidence.
Itord. The Ladies of the Elks certainly do not spare relative of the couple ate Lal was .
Puncb and rake were 4S4S Mtp.1 Ave Saraeelalnfermalen. .
them *'lvrs when ever they put on a feed. They do a vited, = I T.I..h. .2H2ZS .,

Jot of decorating, and are more than generous with --_.. --- -- -- -
good food. They always have good crowd, and every RUM MAO X SALE -=-= .:::.-- =-=- -- -------- -- --- -- --- -. i iI
one\ has fun. If you haven't been to any of the ones SATURDAY
they. have had. watch: out for the next one and go. The women of the PrveJby- .
Thc r use the they make for .chooi scholar *Ian church will have a Rom-
money a r: rrr r. "a r
't ship for a worthy girl to attend co .... Kach woman 'I #. M"''r' mace Sal. Saturday" Sept. s, New Expanded .
al S ..
starting; ajn.The
gutwt was given flower for her hair. ; ,
., ';1) .sate, ,will be held h
ii Marie Klrfcpatrkk la Tampa 'Hospital' '" '; the Maeonlc Twnpto on NorthMoares
Aveoe. nest doer *e
Saturday afternoon. Marie. Klrkpatrick .was rushedto .:. .. 1M Preobytertan 8nday Telephone
In ambulance. Ur. .. :! ',.. .. td
; Tampa an Kirkpatrick wentJang -. 3cbwhstrls y. l. _
but returned home Sunday afternoon with Gertrude ( .i'
.and Louise Morgan. Monday Kay !*Parker of Lakeland +

r visited her aunt and aald that she was t.&lnabet & C iiiCuNwm Ready To Serve You
-I', and quit. cheerful. Her nurse, Florence turn '.""'If.

phy, went over Tuesday and reports that Marie. .was .'.. .
feeling much better, and will be coming home soon. I

A ck1.1ck1. wet. eel gTew .err p..ar7t1 ......... I
se we're maviae ea .... dwwtum. at
a tow .. .. see
An old Kentucklan was "being Interviewed. by the $ ..-c-t y. T1W f"f ..*..rOUWARO... tTWnaflM in

lecsl new iw|"*r. 'How have you grown sorrfiorter wiser the ST! ***.*** > Pii r.Wd** ....Ut r
asked. him. "Becaus* Tie got good jedgm.nt"the *. Seer ar* serer WeN d a this $ N r ,\
old man rr4l">d. "foiod judgment from olMaAst SMM*> OaMTBl Ontro SMC*. uri JS
| come* ex* 'I.Wink *. mevey.sen beuer W. \L 71 .
perienceand &I..MDC'e-W'U that come from poor ****. "O"*"** gouges rohWAKlTkV S .. I
ru. .e
judgment. e .. .. Tl
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Slai'i. h.Moas sniHlsrsi *.... to Jlm4** &...
Year. Curl WB! Ho mrt..... Tnla, Faa tae err-... sews by Iec1ac adAta.ael. .. :
.... .
tevsu ..
1 attended a style show while I was away and wfillell Mm Brcnda Murphy siIt.M... aa.1 be p.oWesrs. .. .....'.-... f1fYt.-... I I
err wwsed \
I you neat wrk about some of the nw .t7''" for fall .w..t r pewldrig
: Or CatryOvt teat s...... t.,,,
,w. wtti uiacuas stair uuay. "" Mr sad 3Dn1. ".7e r. 11I__ arelVed b." .... gnats t veee P..t.. la Prep 4r.INTERCOUNTY.-.eY....
The ".'irt ().UV' U the hairdressing& Industry'B .. ....*stsi&rHion ... --- .. nose. e. petite ftafeey Drpw1-i' ---. IPfttr I ;
to fall and winter hair stytee ., till.... aarraMrr. .r;::Mletga Mr IUn Is s *** << ,
rr"Ttle curt 'U sleek of woman'a hair caved orer from .. Teas Atvlw Hair, L_ T rotl.Ited Wee g.lswt''i i r
t It'''MW haircut.. twrfMiaed-Wrth her Tmvoriiaj scnt, and ee.... et Mr aad. Item..e end ass .... Mlearrne a lSeet1Mi. :
,. ...811 rtbbea bow. ;" r tt.f TMrs. J ..... attepe, M ..... r ka
q (.2ib: tHe curl I at the ceMl'f' of the neckline at the IJ..pkr M tte...... > TELEPHONE SYSTEM _

vUI' h*.d. or wlK-rertr then at"It t.'UU' .4 DvS M* .....v11'tisrlhal -........ Mw ..rul. 1.. .....1 war w orb arses. : S01is ,.
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THE ARCADIAN. Arcadia. Florida Thursday. September 3, 1964 8'J -/ (|

' relatives and Mrs. J.of C.her Moon mother.and Mrs.Mr. Jr.WomansClub- Met With Mrs. Weekley **!;! ..

AiCMe Whitehead near New CHIT CHAT
\0&k CRY She took in the The regular meeting of the Mr. John Daniels. Secretary 34 members and one visitor]
evjcmaJk Fair while her mother was Arcaata Junior Woman's Club of the Chamber of Commerce Betty Brown. The Club .amUrf
'J away. \ (Continued from page 2) was held at the home of Mrs. presented the speech of the decided to sponsor a cottager
t'ortcnse Weekley at 8:00( pm. evening He spoke on several at Sunnyland this year. Thjf.
Mrs. Cordon Brown and Mrs. favorite beau to wear in his lapel. He's pinned. New' .ru..Jy evening. Aug 23: Mrs. important points including the cook: books that were comp 1**!

L u'.y Rue>> and daughter Sar- Ite-'t that something! Betty Forbes, president pre- meaning of the Chamber of by the club dlstrtbute4
an spent. Thursday of last Many curls should not be given away. hcme\er. In sided. Hostesses' were Phyllis Commerce what it does, and and relatives were
; week in Lakeland They carriwu short hair for the new season will be shorter than in N SnUth, Sandy Carlton. and the Importance of the Junior to members for sale. A copyyf:
check C.ro..... Sheller Woman's Club as young leaders the cook: book may be
Sarah for a up at many years and with a "softness of curl and \>u\e. ; Ob\a1t11
,......, Private Gil Stainbrook spent Marxer in Montgomery Ala.. thj d.,.. o.* before school open- \Va\e lines are layered and have decided fVehj.3 of In the community: by contacting any .
Mrs. Ted
the pad 14 clays here visiting a..d visited Mrs. Gladys Nivenin ed. roundness. Hair is cut in curves, disclikeiJi full After refreshments were .1
.. .g is parents Mr\. and Mrs. Ru- McComb Miss. ends at the sides and through the crown area linger B. P. W. C. Will served by the hostesses: the business The meeting was adjourned
jtert titainbrok. Soj N. IWonrce Mrs. W. n. Miller was a but with molded "S" I meeting was officially after scheduling the Septenv
[Avenue, having finished has Mr. and Mrs. William Mlnouihan. business visitor in Sebritig \twes of yesteryear are Meet Tuesday begun. The minutes of the lastm ber meeting for the fifth TM,
....{Basic Training at b'l. Gordon. daughters Colleen and .ue.aay morning. curves. ting were read, and the day. and t h* girls *njoy*{ t
Ja. tie left here Thursuay ut For day. ears will be cohered. For evening! ears roll called. Present were swimming.I '
Meg of Chicago, Ill., flew to 8 was '
.115:1 i w..k to return to tt. uorion. Arcadia Friday of last. week Mr. and Mrs. Travis Petrey usually are exposed accented with a touch of rougo Night, Sept. I -".--- -- ---- -. ___ .

< and spent. until Monday with spent one week of their vaiaU and with outside ornaments. I I= -- lit
.I ., in Miami. Their oaugh.er, The Arcadia Business and
-t. his parents. Mr. and Mrs Joe ;a
- Mrs. Flossie Roberta has re- Mlnoughan. &irs. ben Daly. chilar: nert. Professional Women's Club will i imeet .
fret seal iia.ue arum AUCOIUXEJty and Jan reef over on the. Tuesday. Sept tt\. In the I :J/C J-atrlc S/top

Alabama after SP-U-.I.; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Koegel traia a uw:! nays before they assembly room of the First : ,
I .. ta... .. returned home so that the News From Ft. OgdenBy Federal S\:.igs and Loan
pas two months w. i iiwt cf West Palm Beach and Mrs. Refreshments will 23 West Oak Street
their fun sociation. A1&-1
Later Mrs. J. \.o&h"uu.. one Koegel's sister Mrs. Manor, cii.iottfu"' could enjoy
ens out to D4 wuh nor s-dtcr Black of Tallahassee spent several train awe, and returned hun.e served at 7:30. and the ,
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hi.. Air. Ca.huuii wa s.ruusiy days last week as suet Whn her parents. Mrs. Vera Cetllns.. Mrs. Bunts Beasley. Bobby mesa meeting will start promp-
111. lid cheat a tew, oars of their aunt. Mrs. Cordon (Week ef Aug. 2S) and Sue of Plant City spent tly at 8:OO o'clock. The Finance rescils M
turf Ui4 Iciurueu home Suj Brown Mr. Brown and with Mrs Gexrfce; Leaner spent A chicken barbecue and cove the weekend with Mr and Mrs. committee will have charge of l ;

:ame by Giiacaviue,; lor a iswasa Mr and Mrs. Larry Hoe, and Tuesday ana '" ....ae.k&ay 01 ered dish supper sponsored by Clinton Beasley the program with Mrs. Helen e y'

vat wu h sr auL...., uaughier Sarah. this week ill Lakeland visiting memebrs of the BTU was Mr. and Mrs Johnnie Fugateare Hill chairman Hostesses will .
Vlr. anu Mrs. Duv.a L...U.UIK.huurc.i with Mrs. L. B. Mention. held Friday night August 2>. back horn after visiting be, Mrs Louise Albritton MLJ .I

i bii. >'u.i a...a uwiiuuy, Mr and Mrs. Al Bridges: at the Baptist church.: A hymn relatives and friends In North Sidney Anderson Mrs\ Elsie
ma u ... Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Sauls followed after the Austin and Mrs. MarilynBoone. FALL
r ry u.ru her oamo spent the weekend in Homestead sing sup- Carotlna& and South Carolinafor : 12
rid spent th. w.ekend with ana son 'Tommy 01 Su Petersburg two weeks.
with Mr. Bridges -
t >is niwUiar, urtrs. Jri***:* L)..n- Mrs. Anna Bridges, and came over to Arcauia per.Mr.. and Mrs. Elroy Watersof Patricia Boggess went to I s
t mg. Saturday. and carried Mr. Bartow spent the weekend ed Mr and Mrs. Ealy Walker
with his sis.er. Mrs Anton Clearwater,,, Monday on a cheerleaders ,'
also battle ...ter. Mrs Mary Louise with Rev. and Mrs. Jessie Gil- clinic. They alt went to Englewood FABRICS
Wakllm and family. They
1 Mr. and Mrs. Mc chern, home with them breath They carried their son Beach on Sunday of last
' Ivy Dykes re- attended the Annual Gift Dianne Boggess entertainedsome week.l I
fir the weekend. Ihey flew Gregg home, who had spent Mr. and Mrs. Ealy
urned home Sdiuru y 'u over in their private plane. most of last week here. stayed at the Beach until last 1 ..-
'tl. from thixe
a tar asp in Park Auditorium and bought with a supper Those attending \ : FESTIVAL
Wanda and Mrs.
Clearwater where Misses Sylvia Lanler Thursday while Mr.
they attend- new merchandise for their were Judy Dishong. Dicky
Mrs J. Accom: Parker returned Collins and Linda Sue Croy Ottls Walker and family wenton ct 't'
fd: the 1.. P. Ua Stale Convcnn.
store. Sunday afterntai. they Kelly and Steve! Nichols, of
home Wednesuay from visited Miss Judy Algood Inl'unta to Key West before returnIng -
$" Mrs. Ltykes was; named went to Mr. Bridges brothers Arcadia.:
Miami where she had spent a ..
Gorda evening
Sunday home.
,'l fes me of toe Hostesses from hcme Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L/cpt r. S. Boggess visited \
with Mrs.
' few days visiting
Mrs. Nancy Boggess was
'I. ;loriua to otve with hoie.te L. Bridges In Miami and found Clayton Boggees and family .
Charlotte Armstrong, the tor- shower
j /om Oder States to plan lor all the family gathered thereto honored with a stork during the weekend. I LARGEST SELECTION of
mer Mrs. Clark Orr. residentof last Thursday evening at the Cracks And
h* NauunaI) Convention inecthg surprise Al with a birthday Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hudson. Fill '
.. early text year ut New party. home of Mrs. Barbara Ann Terry Larry and Miss Alice FALL HATS IN TOWN
Fort Hostesses were Mrs.
Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johns Barbara Ann Fort. Mrs. Peggy Wright of Clearwater spent t Holes Better 'I Z
Mrs. C. L. Cravens returned ton attended the Third District Hay and Mrs. Rose Boggess. three weeks on vacation In L ,
Mr .and Mrs. Henry Bevls. home from Sarasota where she meeting of World War 1 Veterans Several games were played and North Carolina. They returned I HwMilta Bka putt' Rwdmi Bto iwoA FEATURING NEW ;,,
sons Hank and Hobby and Mr. had been a patient for several LehlaJi Acres Sunday prizes were. given. to Mrs. Gil- home last Saturday night. I
and Mrs Jwnii Tayior, children weeks suffering from a bro- afternoon. Aug. 30. They represented breath. and Mrs. Josephine Lan Dr. and Mrs Ottls Walker. I PLASTIC WOOD.'IN I ''LAMINATED .
Trudy and John an of ken hip. Arcadia Barracksand ler. Mrs. Boggess received Bruce Franklin and Mary Margaret -a-e He BtAwuAA. CLOTH'a ,

Orlando. spent the weekend in Auxiliary 1807. Mrs. Johnston many nice gifts which wereopened of Chats".,urth. Ga.. visit -, -------- ;"
''he Bevls cottage: on Lake Pla- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith. is Auxiliary District Chap for all to see. Refreshments ----- -- --- --- \

cid. Mr. Bevls mother. Mrs. and sen.; Hssold. Jr. of Naples lain. were served. I

II. P. Bevis. went out Mud spent were Wednesday overnight Mr and Mrs.' L. O. Collins.

J weekend with them. guests of Mr. Smith's Mrs Kathryn Sloan, and son Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Collins. tq
e F -r-- mo>her. Mrs. Rupert Smith. Wayne of Oalnesvllle returned Deborah and Charlotte, visited Ittattistilo tor.
i Mr. ,and airs. fob Marxerreturned They were on their way to Friday by jet. from Honolulu Mr and Mrs. Frank Collins
hones Friday' of last Baylor Military School near wheN they had spent a and children at Englewood Badcoclz DINETTE VALUES
week from a> two w.ks v cjUdn Chattanooga Tenn., to enter w tvR visiting her father Lewis teach during the weekend
In'Alabama and Miasiuippt. Harold Jr. K.: Cross formerly of Anaoia. Wanda Collins, who spent last
They ..!sUed Mr Marxer's Mr. Cross is, and has been week In Englewood Beach with
4ro15M afe. ..-err Miss Vcs Parker.. Mrs. Wor- lor the past two years, workingin : Mr and Mrs. Frank Collins. iswaJI. ) 4
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ley hidden, and daughter Svuuteast Asia with an en- returned home last Saturday, .ii
Austin returned home 1 a t e &ulr .a Urin. The week was Mr. and Mrs David Burr
TE1Y Monday night from a three spent rhuing throughout ante of Oneca visited Mr. Hen
weeks trip. Miss Parker and the islaua suits lelaxlng In their derson Durranc last Thursday DIN
I IJ Mrs. Whidden accompanied by toatkikl Beach hotel. night. 5 of r- ,
Mrs C. 11 Smith of Bartow. Itev and Mrs. GUbreath t la. st a..s.e. .l .Ia.Me iT i 1i k ,
I spent three weeks touring Eng-: Mrs. BJeeka Klstler accompanied spent last Tuesday with Mr. ..iee we e.e. e/MNa a ,
J FEVERSufferers a mod. Scotland and Wales. by her granddaughter and Mrs. W. T. Hogcs at 11.Ne
They made the by plan se o.e CMM
trip MWOOM Lee Clement returned Englewood Beach Others vUlt-

J TO. ?TUP. _Austin _:vliltrdPITCHING ,horn Saturday from a IO day lag Mr and Mr*.,Boggess. .. during v J tsr7 +
{ I visit in Panama City as guests the week were ... Janice eLNw1MeMraM f
i ia ,iset her niece. Mrs. Earl: Coch- Brewer and children of 'Owens 1 I

= ? i.an. Mr Cochran children Ken Mrs. Row Bofgr, lucky and 3 Pc.. Apartment Size Din.tt. tt-e..a.ltes bat 'h
A.rI. .... .w ... ..w seat CU Ss t
,. _.._ .4e.Aan .r add Roula. Stevle, Mrs. EJotoe llogcrss and tae Had.a ..... I NeNe M or bases M oe .'!I '
-, w ..- .wa.-. Lit .ctor'. formula' stop ItZemo daughter and Miss Patricia -- tee.M af.ek w +.4.sites +
:.:. .ieW e.5..d-s two ace...e WI.W) =-Maw.rM. t.. relief Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lamar. Boggvss.Mr =: ; .::= =

..,_.:-'ace."".,...J.w.a M: .wn..a.5... w u..:: tan ally' peed reined ttmihing luhmt of ecfcma to n. and son Tommy. Jr. of Colum- and Mrs David Fred tor.-/Aeaa. 9a8 $ 88 / ,
*."%U.tA....O..._ i t i. ,_ minor rathe, ...1. Irritation, noo- .AIS. Ua. have returned' home ricks of Homestead spent the \ 1M 1aW -_ s. ,
>** S ".'_.._ ....|...- paaei..e poMonou.heed hI_ Dnenutue .1'"' spending a few days herewith weekend with Mrs Ola Cray .d a.. ..... ....... t l." DOWN
ktMMr L,rasa a ..-.. ........
nerve enjMig*. Kill million*of surface relatives and friends. Mrs. and family. On Sunday Mrs.
I Arcadia Drug crrrm. Rid. __'.ne. -Pe-teh UUabelh Scott accompanied Croy and Mr. and Mrs Fred'
IlL in_th Zma.t\ud ot OmtmrnC
flees home and after a short ricks. attended a sing at New
a DeSoto A Vftlu.An.du. junk. ; relief, or ,our money back I .lilt there went to SprlngleUl. Zion. '
Florida "
_- .- Tenn. for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thorn- "' ,- ,;'f w ,i DOWN DRIVERS
-.. -- -. ---- --- --- -- -- --- .cr cousin. Mrs. Ryan Molmanjtd tan and Lou Ann Ilagsn. spent
.. -- will be and Mrs. I
Mr Iloiman. She tact Friday with Mr
FRIDAY A .way for several _..... Eddie Thornton In Ft. Green. ? !

FlorIdaru Mrs. Georgia Falany spent --59C
Mrs. W. W. Weaver .f San a few days last week with Mr
ru BE I
I I Stat edr California left Wedne- and Mrs. Albert Thorniest at

MONDAY Theatre ..y of last week following a.w their cottage at Englewood.
I days visit her with her Beech. Mrs. Falany Is staying
nether Mrs. fioeaie HoberU. with Mr, and Mrs. Terry Collies '

DWARFING THE MIGHTIEST Ad with her sister Mrs. Hal this week. l t > 'e. Down D.Fiv.n .". ",., efa.w Me ace/
.. Dishong Mrs Weaver and Mrs. II B. Reid Is en the ,t l 4 S t.i0 Mesa, Saa e w sawae s.e
TOWERING OVERTHE GREATEST .uatMnd. ),Ir. Weaver, were sick list this week Visiting *se C j i 1

ailed .. Jacksonville because Mrs. held during the weekend --" r '
jf the ,rtoua illnew of his were Mrs.. lUttie. Held and ALl. $.deeek DIN1T1t11 (;.

;'Jo.*r N f."..*.* presentoTh2 nether He remained In Jacfc Merry of Cleveland.CTHfl jt > PIATUU MAt. STAIN. e '
XMtville while ate cane down

I te... Che visited with her ..- .ATI..T -
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.wsboctg, on hr way back to TO HOLD MtVIVAL
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I II Mrs. Luella Seigter. and Mrs. ......,. September *th at Use
llsetletChurch. l
C,"",,.. ttmitk have returned Dethel Missionary
.lusted ... tn* ones' '
ram a Sure wevka. trip In VlrJMU -
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awe iff auc......na sat WUamcfeurg. fir..gees &meets, .M was ..nnwsheed

sad _|.7<>d sight here .
f I AfEfl'a.irwa ...... hips la and around all The..v..r*. win rv.. l*.-gh
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radar the trip by p&aae.La. h the Pier, W W "IIt'.I"j j '5.
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TJIJS.* ARCADIAN.. Arcadia Florida!' Thursday, September 3, 1964 ........
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CofCWarns \ Marriage A readierGeneral
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Tough Bulldog i ."*

I FWhide4: mews ,", OldtWer Mystery Picture Of Gyp Artist License I \"'. *'1\:;.t-f "

Squad Ready TbfMlowing penjpit lave HospitalWeek I
\tn! .I.'.&:.,:'i"ttjhtrcy. and MM. 'Harry Johnson and The Deawrto county t3a m- appDte) for marrtoffMr Itaeneesh

d U. fU.i '. Pavty and Pam, vi.- hilJfian. lorneit a;.d J.'iryr *f For NaplesAfter This WE.'ek' man of mystery is a real oldtimer ebr ed the of Commerce homeowner today planning warn to DeB-Mo County according toinformation Hazel Gay of Clara August Neel.17th Harvy -
S.i 'AM,and Mi s. Evelyn I4.rlsWLu.Alt4yd Ha Beesfd'are.. of t
who born March in Lillie. taught ...
I was 22. 1830 sell his home to beware the / Allen 0. Floro Brenda
( eon .'I rn' tewood I Sunday. Mrs. Lenora Mttlcna County Judge frorUon n.yO! :
two weeks of practicethe school for 28 years In this area and worked n an piuapective "buyer" who wants Hiatkion. Virginia Hughes,
1 /.a4. SneU Creek la.t week. liut stun M>ers Parrtah, 22,
:.t.1 Thi -
s. iMaiy retume
mpson DIES Bulldog .
experienced office for thirty years. t.> re. ',t the borne for office use AUcj Sloan. Myrtle Howze,
i h .n'" 11..t Thursday after Mr. aw* Mrs. Albert Thor- ivem is on the road to readiness i- He was married in and otters to remodel it free of Sarasota to Carol Ellen James Arron Johnson, Linda
t, :K! ..n': rrne i time here visit.ng : ton rtund homo Sunday tor their flat contestaduriat of charge Kingalcy.: 21. also of Sarasota; Bauccm.: Betty .10'Bishop.
h L and son-ln- from ZJr&lawuod Beach. 1915 to a native daughter Arvid Clyde Swanson 21. of
.-M/gfrfif ;( the Naples Eagle here The local Chamber said that Lester Skinner. William
lc.w. Mr.' .. M,.. Floyd Mi- Mrs. Oscar Barnwell returned at DeSotb>> Stadium September of DeSoto County according to the National Bet- Clewlston to Rebecca: Louisa Koch. Douglas Henry Marie
zel'', Mrs Mitey!' Hunter stopped I and they have two Mattox of Moore Haven; andJerry
hem* Wednesday, after visiting t.:, UUMnes: Bureau with whichIt Wright Dorothy Leonard Klz-
Coker, 23, to
b: r :,tund.; moaning for a visitw 18th.An boys, both of Arcadia. Delmar
relative In Illinois and offensive strong squad 114 affiliated through mem- sic hidden.. :Mae Ola De-
th her _ter, Mrs. Mizell Alabama 53 turned' out for the first two He is a member of br:, hip the scheme i* a new Janet Arcadia.Sue Glover 23, both of Loach. Mrs. J. R. Payne Au-

one to pick up her mother forth Mrs. Evelyn Barnwell carreld weeks of practice this season. I the Primitive Baptist ver".on of the widely condemned : ginia Collina, Tom Wiggins.
,' return tftp la Miami Tuesday her mother Mrs. Keen to According: to head coach Bob church, has belongedto : model home' racket and Is Ronald Ccl er. Gay Baby girl..

: Mrs. Hunter was returnIng Arcadia, Monday. Martin, h. has 13 seasoned returning Knights of Pythiasand aimed at property owners who Pvt. Atkins On Marie Vanrenburg, MableVoumans
from a --Visit with her son .Mrs. Everett Johnson and players and a lot of W. O. \V. advertise their homes for sale. Verna- Holt. Annie

In Orlando:. Miss Marie Morton of Owens "young blood" that looks real His hobby has always 'i he rts'jondent to the ad Nuclear ShipMarine Andrews. Wm. F. Meeker, Al-
Mr. argil Mrs. Bobby Hester, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barn- promising. been drawingand may represent himself as the Ice E. Harrison. William P.

of Arcadia, Wetted Mrs Eve- well ,Sunday. 4 Last season the "Bulldogs"were good president or son of the president Private First Class Leach, }Mildred Bowen.
lyn 1 Jam well: last Thursday- Mr. and Mrs. David Mlzell the first in the Ridge penman- ot a residing and reroof-
Charles A. Atkins, son of Ath-
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. l ati"htrey and daughter Lorri were the Conference with a 9-1 record. ship.Read ing firm. In realty he is. a salesman aray Atkins of Nocatee. is HOSPITAL DISCHARGES

were the guests of Mr. Sunday dinner guests of her The single loss was a 20-0 the clues care- whoso scle purpose &1s to serving on the USS Enterprise, Week of August 17th
and Mrs. Lamar Carlton at parents Mr. and Mr. Jack heartbreaker to Punta Corda. fully and if you can get the homeowner's signature
powered attack aircraft Richard Dyal, James Aaron
Little Gaiparllla Inland last Davis of DrownviHe.Mr It was the first time that Arcadia identify the old timer u I a costly home improvement carrier of Task Force Johnson, Newborn Taylor Robert
Saturday and Mrs. Stanley Nicholson had bowed to the Tarpons write his name and contract and high-interest loan. Dyul.. Penelopy Hlnefi

"" and children Keith and in 17 year yours ona postal and J.hn Daniels, manager of One.The Enterprise alcng with Linda Baucom Neal Stoffcl.
ALL PURPOSE Kelll visited his& parent. Mr. the local Chamber of Commerce -
I mail to The Arcadian.You .
"B" coach two guided missile frigates are Lester Skinner, Burke Baby
Guy Amuso squad
and Mrs. P. S. Nicholson: of win three : said the scheme works
3-IN-ONE'OIL 1 Is readying the 23 membersof may a presently on a maneuver call- Boy Alice Sloan.
Arcadia Sunday. this The salesman makesno
the Jayvees for their first months subscription to the paper. way: "Operation Sea Orbit' which Clara Neel. James L. Skin-
Miss Marl
o Morton of Owens offer to buy the home advertised
will take the 8.0OO men and officers ner. Virginia Hughes, Grace
contest against Sebrlng Sep
visited Mr. and Mr. Stanley FINAL CLUE but instead makes an
Oils Everything tember 14th.Local of the Task Force around Flora Linda Lefebvre and
Nicholson and family Sunday. lOne can write a beautiful scriptIn astonishing proposal designedto the world In 60 days coveringever baby Mrs J. R. Payne, Hazel
Mrs., Evelyn Barnwell attended the market valueof
Prevents Rust, E an old Spencerian hand; increase 30,000 miles and crossing Cay )Leon Waters Edna Lee
a going the home at cost to the
no :
away supper lie likes to fish and likes to hunt the equator at least four White Auginia Collins.
for Miss Marl. Morton at Let- Man At owner.
ItCUUI-OIL SPMT-fUCTlUC: MOOI| lure Lake Saturday.I And roam around his land. I lIe explains that the home' times. Elizabeth Livingston BettyJo
I The Task Force recently departed Bishop Myrtle Howze. Mae
sale la what his
for Just
from Gibraltar and will Ola DeLoach.: Marie Vanden-
State ConferenceDr.
firm needs to demonstrate the
WORRIED? NERVOUS ] quality of its aluminum or simulated return to Norfolk. Va.. by way burg Ronald Collier Dorothy
F of Cape Horn, early in October. Leonard. Sallie Freeman and
W. A. Clements of Arcadia
Charles, AtkinsCrewmember Historical I GroupTo stone re-siding work. baby Verna Holt.
Fla., was among those He further claims that the firm r -
Over Chan&e-of-sLlfe? ---- --
attending' the 0th annual MidSummer On Meet Pine needs a branch office In the
f Ea. your mind. Get welcome r////*! Confab of the South at neighborhood. To secure this

iJI! with special woman's m.d7c/fi/ ern Council: of Optometrist In USS EnterpriseMarine Level dual objective the salesman

do-take a: special' woma..'* Greenville S. C., earlier this CenterThe offers to re-side the home free
Charles A. Atkinson of Ath- meeting of 1llitl'ublilhed e e
Vegetable Compound -developed Some 03 optometric: leaders office use on a cash-in-advance
Don't dread that seemingly bye woman-specially to from all 11 Southern State aray Atkins of Nocatee.: Fla. the Peace River Valley Historical basis.
endless years)oif misery and help women by relieving' such convened for a 3-day planning i I. on an around the world trip Society will be held Tues The homeowner with vision
discomfort, audden hotflashes .functionally caused. female In "Operation Sea Orbit", with day September IS, beginningat morning
wave of weakness andIrritebiilty. distress.In session dealing with public of a major home Improvement every Thursday 207 209 West
w,' There la a special doctor test woman after' service project in the fields the world's first nuclearpowered SOO; p. m.. with a barbecue "free," plus a windfall of a Oak Street. P. O. Box 07O, Arcadia. Florida 33821., Mrs.
woman's medicine which can woman found that Pinkham'. of occupational vision contact task force as a crew- at the Pin Level Community year** rent may instead find Dora P. Ebersole. publisher; Charles E. Wise. General
relieve those, heat waves. ,weakness Compound gave dramatic help lenses, motorist vision and member of the USS Enterprise. Center approximately ten he has obligated himself to* Manager. Entered as 'Second Class Matter. October 17.
nervousness, so you can to all this without costly shots..: child: vision. lie Is one of 8.0OO officers and miles west ot Arcadia. make regular payment on a 1924. at the Post Office at Arcadia. Florida under Act of
enjoy life again.I So that you Irritability I I. soothed hot.1 men of Task Fore One which Member and guests are re- re-siding Job and a hrfgh-ln. '
Dr. II W. Director
Hofitettrr. Congress 3. 1879.
can one more be an flash* BubsM. So don't sit and comprises the attack aircraftcarrier quested to register with Mrs. terest Joan.Amons .
ate wife and mother.If brood and unable Division of Optometry, In-
feej to help I USS Enterprise guided
Flood at the
the I'1 d la University the principal Dorothy registration the papers the victim Member Florida Press Association National
you are going through yourself. You'Mm feel better. nit was missile cruiser USS Long Beach' Editorial
chance don't Do let, !. E. table. Cooperating agencies Is induced to sign without
despair. as rent Lydia Pinkham speaker. missile USS Assowation.
thousand and guided frigate are the Pin Level Civic full knowledge of their meanIng -
counties of women Vegetable Compound today. I IINI. I The Southern Council of Optometrists

The!! penile" awdVcbte with ,Ike eenlf' i .. LYDIA E.PINK1IAM headed by Dr. James Bainbridge.Although the voyage I* a Club. DeSoto and County the Historical SherifrsDepartment I I.of a request ta to borrow a Advertising Representatives. Florida Press Service
sum money equal a year'srent.
F. Loom, Jscksonville, Fla.. mission of peace It will also Society. This application for a Gainesville, Florida; American Newspaper Representative.
consists of some 2.000 optomcti demonnstrat the U. S. Navy'spotential New York New York; Atlanta Georgia; Detroit Michigan
I i The program promptly follows loan may a separate formor
rails. Its principal alms ar to
i I i I I coordinate State program* of two-month sa strength.The will the dinner of barbecue It may be Included In the Subscription Rat**>-On* year $4.00; Six Month $2.23.
and swamp cabbage for which remodeling contract. Single Copy M.lIedC.t.*.
public serflc and to provideI
cover more than 30,000 mile
nominal fee will be charged. The salesman represent the
a Copy Of Back b.ue-.IO Cents.CLOSE .
I educational reetlng for Its the task fore
I 1 I and take across form or form as "authoriza
:a... members. the equator at least four times. tion"' for the re-sldlng Job. Actually -r

w I II I They will cross the International the "authorization" Is ,
Nimrods LimitedTo --- -- -
-- -- ---
f < date line one, and will a sales contract and the check -
.Light, Docket pass through four latitude and given for a year's Tent U a high
I i it 17 meridians,. all without refueling ShotgunsFor Interest loan.Bi"mw I
or replenishing. victim OUTSPECIAL
iI > time receive
For City CourtCity Port of call and detail of Deer a time-payment book '

i the route will b* announced a*' and discovers what he ha *

I! Court carried one of the diplomatic arrangement a r e DeSoto' nine day deer seas contracted to pay for the salesman '

lightest docket: In aome time mad. However, it Is known ) will officially open Novem- has skipped.In .

': Monday morning. Willie. Moses that the task fore will go ber 14, and continue through the "model home" racket
,i I Negro," estreated $40 cash south from Gibraltar aroundthe November 22. The nine-day. salesmen for unscrupulous residing -
bond for simple drunk and African Cap of Good
season Include: DeSoto liar and re-roofing firms also
I Mary L. Wilson/ of Sarasota Hop, eastward past the South dee Manatee and Sarasota used the com on that a I
J I II arrested for driving: while intoxicated American Cap Horn, and turn countless home is needed: to demonstartethe '
I estreated (ISO cash north. arriving In Norfolk. Va.. Hunter In this four-county firm workmanship. Th. LcSAERE LAWN MOWER
bond and suspension of driv by early October.
section: will be restricted to the victim'U promised $3O or $1OO
er's license for three months. for every customer who Inspects With the Powerful and Dependable
!4 us* of shotgun and slow trail ,
rlww City police Investigated an dog while deer hunting. the home and signs a
I I| accident at the alley near West School MenusThe In other action the Game similar home Improvement contract 3 h.p. CLINTON Engine
Cypress Street but no chargeswere
and Fresh Water Fish Commission I
filed pending further in A contract calling' for monthly -
".. ::: following menu a r e set a forty-day waterfowl Regular NOW
estimation. payment I* required but :
panned for the students and season with a four duck daily>> Price $ 95
Two case ol unidentified the WestSide the homeowner I* told that
I I school personnel of bag limit. Th waterfowl hunt- ONLYAttention
this la only a formality and I lit $69.95
r hit and run driver were) also School Cafeteria and Ing season start at sunrise on
under Investigation One case Memorial. School lunch room. November 25 and close at suwt assured that the volume of ,'
concerned a driver who pulledway payment will more than c.lrj j
Week of Sept. 1th. IM4 on Jonuary 3. 1905.
1: a >> from a parking place Monday Labor DayNo>> school A new uniform for wlldlil.oIftr.rs set the cost of he re-siding. .- -- --
ti after bumping Into the frontof Tuesday. Sept. Sth and
wa adopted game
1 a car parked behind. crushIng Uar-D-Cued Beef on Dun commlasioner voted to continue Even youngster know better SPORTSMEN !

the hood. The. other ease Steamed Cabbage their Youth Conservation Club but counties adults break
i 1l was In front of West Elementary Corn pudding the law by shooting signs on
l school when one car scraped MUed Fruit Cup program. refuge and wildlife management Our New Shipment off Remington and

along the side ef another H Pt. whole milk area To deface remove
\ Now'* the time to I let your children begin& the,JoyousUventure without stopping. Wednesday Sept. .th K. PANDgB SELLSMgaiSTCIICO or chang such alan In I Western Xpert Ammunition Has Arrived.

..: of music! A Story' Clark plaao costs as The investigation are being list Stew with Rice any manner I is a violation of

liiil a* a few f* .U$ per day-Urn practically fo *refI mad by L4. of Police. C. J. Turnip Green ANGUS BULLS Florida's wildlife code. j DISCOUNT PRICES

I I', A. Learn" PI..... (Sonny) Carlton. Jr. Cornbread with butterJello I
Ask about our "P., They ---- .-- --_.- E. Pardee. Arcadia, recently I rSfHRrnS-RHEUMATISM
Peanut Butter.. Cookie sold an Aberdeen... bull On V or Full Case Lots

I PAINFUL CORtf SI H Ft. whole milk each to Mr. and Mrs. D. Bruce :i Do cLtMns& sad .Jenfcls talk mike l
i I SHOP ARCADIA FIRST AMAZING LIQUID Thursday. Sept. lOth Schooomaker. Sarasota. andMary ratImnt JuaM ,.. a. ate .-y islet I
AS R. Murphy Sarasota, enhrM sad nWwMbc ......?
RtllCYES PAIN Chldl"'ttrawN
Florida. I Gee 100 STANHACJC toMMs o. ..osTANSACE Tinsley's Feed Store
IT DISSOLVtS. CORNS AWAY Buttered Green Beans poeJen. see as .._.. I
:I i: Arcadia Music Fimiiture Store N-.. a.1.1. .. t.1. age Lettuce and Tomato Salad hunt .1. If ,e.... _sat........ nse.. the. ;
._ f1..we L....... .- Bettered Breed Don't train your dog to easel sad ...-....
-.. .... I past seer price I
--a. Wa. Cake with turkey. M regulation prohibit ; -011 be Mrdld. eh (: r I N t to I I. G. A.
FOLK'S +r hr a err Creamy Fronting wiper .* on West Moonolio
M 331 W. Oak WA 8-7281 .,.t.. ._..../.a a.._ S Ft whole milk hunting turkey with a S.k.b.c..N.c. :

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and Cabbage Salad
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Did You Ever j Uncooked Buttered Roil Otmel Cooki. I i,

*t FV what Milk

Rice per student platen
I rents Rice far school person I 1 e

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See This BILL ? I ** te awls: I/I .... whole

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These beaches provtd* 1/3

He's the Proprietor of the Oosis.-end of a ader.* mttnUeAal seedsfee
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a UILOIMO. ,, ACMSAOB.:mOOVC !t I Every single one has to go. Our Whole floor display of Fri&kiaire.Appliances

SEE BOTH BILLS ATThe Jr./:'a' tj
t : LEWIS AMBLE j i is beirtfc cleaned out to bl'insln new mocJets. Come

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Classified AD-LET; "Rates 6 lY qp S'E' TO/REin' -'IOHIRE. UELPWAllTED' tAST8f4U 1D. i

Phon.: WA 8-8501 or WA .*.511a .. ..--... -- DIAL WA 8-8501 TO PLACE CLASSIFIED** All. . 1. \I
_. fc= II.- ,, THE Apf'An.,
I TIMEr'G cents per word. a5stee v ,
-4" and Wilson U1O4.U. _u to>> jn

iJ TIMES: 5 tents per word per Issue. MBC TORSALE ILrLEGALNOTICE: ..- News from r Brownville I II 'ama City VYcuru,>aay ta GRAVELY RIDING'
I tilt funeral 01 Mr*. > -1.,I MOWERS
"OTtCI+PO'PaopiaTY: OWNlllt i ii ;Clemmons and returned r.. ale sego. !....4
3 .r more TIMES: 4 cents per word per issue. 'TENTtorRUCKE ',"'.,.. a .by 'W eh.5 5n. C ey I late Saturday The O: ,i\ftv Can Take It
-ad roe M. 1.w f Arced.e bn. MRS. W. \V rRITCllETTMr. .. Sam Ash and Dickey went I NONI SHAOIMTON. 1842"
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: T. aal I
t. Carla TIsdale Saturday I
':= I .. = .red:crrnunol p.- and Mrs, Sonny Bitch U> Avon INirk Saturday onbualn.ar I:3ROUNOS EQUIPMENT' C*.
Classified Display counts at 40 words inch. ___ ., night with Judte Finnemor -
per Check our ALL Tiazard ,weerdMle 15W-. I.... CH. I and Ten w e nj p tq Sarasota and a sight seeing trip.
Classified Deadline Wednesday 9:00 rruek-TIre Guarantee before ..1,1.Anodic;-... Tee.0&1". ,11..., aa woe o' --. ....... Tuesday 1\Irs. Jlitch; went to ".Mr. and Mrs.\ Don Gaffnoy *. - -_.- --- -
: : a. m. wed Oft _e. ..... 11 b ., 35W.mb.. Mleawp I I th. aoctor.: of La Belle visited Mr. and : Saturday afternoon guest In ---
Box Number Charge: 25c extra.' you buy. Protects A.D 4.N w;:: ..ty Ho.1 .5 h;_ I I A/Sc James E. Hurst and Mn .Glenn Smith. Mr. Gaff- th. Dar."r home were Mr. Tire Discount

against cuts, snaps breaks. ..... .e o' ,- ,- Mae Glenn lluffakcr o( )l*me. ney attended to business In and Mrs. J. D. Portia and J. J. w. e_ -- --- .-....
Card of Thanks any other .. "I pe- _e nh1..d te null04.lt and Mr: O. Watt's -.. tt*.t*. b... S*. rn.
at Classified Rates. overload I ":.,N 5W .. .' f5.. stead Air Force Bus spent Bartow In the afternoon II. /o. IM L.M p..INe 5.455. J
:. = :..- hai : ._,;: .5 ),coda.ty.- .,.x.n_p.51. the x', .kend at the >lurt Stanford Murphy. Mr. and also Mr. and Mrs. Albert England S.. tatty **4 .*v* 1
--- -- --- ,r,cwe, to Ny te _6.sr.Cv.meu.......--, on f NI1 home :Mrs Paul Murphy motored to frc.n Arcadia. 1 STANOA. OIL COMPANY Ky) f
Truck Tires ..,,. .
Nylon ,1.W d.1Me OM./a.S.
NM .etm
ESTATE SFOR Actor N ,5. A. ..n.M k., at nSae Mr. and Mr. J. W Williams Clermont on business. LittleSammy Mr .and Mrs Jack Thomas : M44A.A.f.o.: '_ wA ay/5a

REAL RENT S25ZO' _.u.......... .*SO..CO* -S. each.f .ttw work Ct'"day llacontvr dutiog Snot of..be... wa waupper &uc.t at the Sam ; stayed and was the ,from Sarasota was Sunday; dinner I' --- -- .
FOR SALE ..._.... ,Murphy! home Sunday night, guest ,"I his this guest of her grandmother
tw ttw .t .Ir.ndlrenb
9/00-20 ......... ...... $G4.60 ors PMHIB
FOR RENT Furnished duplex red a1S seem 43..5.0.M I Mr, and ).J r.. V. J. lritcA weekend. Mrs Hosalle L>ol*(. Mrs. Tho- LIPPINCOTT
r All prices[ plua tax ..r.-: Anode. ,lwp -. 3.dry and ::1 I
Arcadia Mr. and Mrs.i
ron 'SALE ADMINISTRA- apt. Close in. 2IS N. of __. A. D.. 115.. of Mr. Rosa Garner Mrs. Annie ma will be remembered a*
TOI13 SALE Furnished Orange. Phone WA 'CAR PER: __we..dw.,It WAYCy I J. D. Jones visilvd in the W. Johnson of Owens enjoyed Scarlet Cleveland the daughter ELECTRIC
87713.49c W. ,rilchelt home Monday of n. I Cleveland of lira-
home hu.3-50.59e. 1 a visit with Mr. and Mrs. *
modern 2 bedroom ideally ..
_---- TIRE SERVICE -- I> night. denton DM rtW ...*
Glenn Smith
., located 4 block South of FOR KENT :S room unfurnished Downtown Texaco Station .O..CI 01 PUaL : NIAa1Ne I Sam and Dickey Ash visited Friday afternoon. Mrs Lois Johnson visited w..... e.4 .......
Court House, for Ie. It faces ..._ Milton and Ann Flnn non CetnmeralalCentastl ,
I Residential
house. Adults only Phone WA 9-5311 PwvWle -nd anord friends and went to -Six &
on Palmetto Street. Quick Ac- m* City of ', FM -Jo *o* tti* are visiting In Maine. They; the James Tlsdal family Sun
No pet*. Call WA 8-7031. City Council : :*: C.tv .t Anaoxi.nrin 1 Gun Territory in Ocala last Milton's day. Mrs. Norval Barger also
desired. Mik. looser Ad. are visiting
tion mother
49tfc ._ _+Ma Mb e pub1. Tuesday Ary Llppl lneeti" ,Ilptlglass' .
N. Lee Avenue FOR BEST TIRE BAR0AINS Jt*. Count4 Mourn t and father. visited on Monday.;
D nlauator, nOl < City Mrs. Ruby. Ann New berry > .--.ft* -- M......
l0* City HeM M th* City t Atnho, .
I Mica Alice NllUett will leave
AND SERVICE -"Se-e Carper 5..vI.
Arcadia, Fla. FOR. RENT-3 bedroom house. Florida on Thunday. iptmt 17, :"I Theda and Ray visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. PrJUchett ,
32-tfc Tire Service uptown Texaco !... *t a 00 p m. to K.o. comoMmtv.nme visited Mrs. II. F. Tuesday; for Tallahassee where
.. and Mrs. J. E. Hurst Sunday Fipps I
Close In for $75 a month. Station. WA 0-5311. It .ny..r.Wn.1..41.10W w .Quin.f..S I she will begin her studies atF.S.U.
John Parker Realtor. WA 8- p.It t* bunt r.SwN/.1 afternoon.Mrs. Saturday; and Sunday after
JTQK;SALE Lake June Lots - tic Met aonwQ *.trKt. bv _-. t*. t tI
2 SO ft. $375OOO each. 5431. .. ...: I" .rd.5 N _N s.n0s1and I Norval Bafger visited noon.Mr. I Mr. and Mr. WY.. Prlt-

'Term*. Sandy Beach. Call HO 49-e FOR SALE Carpets a fright M.. _p. my -...-. M.I. .NdMo Ot.tr ic M. end tot ,i Mrs Myrtle Mitch Monday af- North. and Florida Mrs.visited Hay; Davis Mr and of chett. Wilson and Miss C.rloaTlad.l. fl4fAf1KRAFT
8-4835. Make them a beautiful sight wnb.,3I nor p md3dr5WW i .
+ Cpl. and Mrs. Claude ,
.- A.. 0..5. "0..11_ ._ --- Mrs Henry Bavis. Mr. DavisIs
44-tfc HOP WANTED with Blue Lustre. Rent Elec- eept. ._c.-y... _.. ... 5..m.l..d. l I ternoun.Ona a nephew of Mr. Davis.Mrs. Ulosr enjoyed Sunday; nlaht'.nd
tric shampooer $1.OO.. Aracdia: _". ..d ... Wu'WO.nS News .
: Monday at Little 0.
...... ... .nee 5,0.0.. bOWd.na eS Lou Fennlmor and
Music HTuraitur,.Store.
:-- .sob 1w.vcm.A' parma island FUhlng. Boating
FOR RENT daughter Judl
HELP WANTED Youngsingle 49-c By MRS. MADRY MURPHY went Sunday;
for field and office TVH AHCACMA MAMNINaAtMU I, dinner guest in the Tlsti*!* and swimming.
? man
/OMIMd SOAMCI OT Rev .Jack Wkiilen of Tampa Caller at the Norval Darger
po" ".NT-PurnleH' **: -.*.rtnvmts. .- work (,Chance for ad ron SAL. t ...'oa* na"**. ".... CITY O* AUCAOIA.ftXM visited Mr. and Mrs. Arnold home. horn
Private bath. Couplesonb' vancement. 21S West Oak SU.Arcadia. .' tn Good ,CooUUoo. D.Suu. MAHCAHfT>OAr. WAYHCITY Murphy jest TueMltfer night I Mr. and 1\11'\ '.. W. W. Prllchett. Sunday afternoon wa I 1r
Mr. and Mrs, Cor ley; Prescott
Fla. Gas,Company.: Pnoit WAloui84M1. and Cpl. Frank I Pritchett -
2 blocks from downtown. I and friends here Wednesday.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Sloan of
7<3 u1 COUNCIL O* THfCITV mad. busines ,
a trip to I
All utilities furnished. $3O per 48tfc'i i O* AHCAOIA PLO6IDA l ly. and Mrs. Jack Murphyand ; Sarasota Tuesday Arcadia and Mr. and Mr*.
month. Phone WA .-.ns or' MAKUAMtT WAY. girl visited. In Indlantown
from .
HELP WANTED Mature' CM, a' Mr. and Mr*. Clarence Cor- Carlton I Sbrinc.GUARANTEE
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WA 8-1331. WANTED 3. "LN last week. --- -- -
lady to, live In. assist with I -.--- Mr. and Mrs. Mabry' Murphyand ; I ley of Ft. Pearce was dinner : How to liven
t FOR RENT Unfurnished elderly 1; couple and housework. Notice guest of Mr .and Mr*. Sam up
1 children. Mr. and Mrs. I I
house. Call WA 9.1682. Box WANTED Arca4U ,1 ll ofypNTINtONto'SiFia Murphy Thunday Mr.
Write E. W. Wright Rt. ::. The 'If/t'/10If Arnold and : Cobb Cor-
'h. 43-tfc SIH, Arcadia. : Interested In an 'Arcadi -, 510.1eA MAMIMtilyttw Murphy Rd. Uy; I* Mrs. Murphy's sislter. a lunch boxM..k.e.eogeal..d
Max and Hob attended
Hunter Tripp II
49-e DeSoto County residents. It rot TY-" O4Oro55N : M 1'. and Mrs. R. L. Clevelandand I
.. FOR" RENT Newly ,decor. you nave -a 'news Item: Jot ill ..ot. .......o d.. ......., the r.c.1 t the HarautaBradenton son Skipper and Gary 01 The Incomparable jjr| .J
ated 3 room furnished apartment down and mail it 'to Post Of-' wd !imuar 7ckau h* N*e.nd.al.W trn mxt.i =: Speedway' Friday llradenton spent Saturday GilletteSTAINLESS kind of sandwich taste tow. iSJ' '

for rent. Adults only. M1SC FOR SALE rice box>> "0, TIM .Arcadian, tvtitiM. nnm .> 'W. 9AV*. at, night. night and Sunday with ,Mr. I wonderful 3.5555 terrN1r.aM._ Saft4-1
$29 OO per month. Phone WA i Arcadia or Stop In at our office ::;'-553.5 Rer5....d ,.:':,.A.sodle.. -e0W.wt k.rWq : Mr. and Mrs. Mabry Murphy Cleveland mother Mrs. Ro- STEEL BLADE -_ :: pread.-- New .In aK a.M r pe.w:
..... and Mr. and Mrs.
91291. FOR SALE Hunter wheel' 209 West Oak Street. ......-..-. .---. h Msso e. "'moos Arnold Murphy children)1,. and M.... all* Dealer and Mr.. Doc In. gives.. yes ..w.,* MBeriVycornfwtitle w tf larlKRAFT I .
32 tfeHoue '
balancing machine, John J *U 5514//11-ahep w. .llAM'' tTV .DMISTONP Skipper I ae on leave and when staves
0. ... 211 Jack Murphy and family. Mr.
TO1. RENT completely Beam wheel alignment machine -' _L _..... I b W -1 and Mrs. Ed Murphy, Marvin he return he Is expected togo Made. .HUM. ty etr .
furnished. Adults only. Moat Motor and trailer CARD Of .THAHKS w Loped f..osm5osse 1'00' 'IpW. seed$y Murphy; and sun. Mrs. Zelma to Spain. 8 for 194 10 for U43
C-l wrecker 10 ton truck .,., Mr. Gen Davis this
on spent
No Pets. WA 8-7801. w te 551. WOWNm..d
Raine,. Max and nub Trlppattended weekend elf |.M* e* M< MTML >*.w* Me. .l*. Sandwich Spread
machine. I In '
32-tfe Electric mimeograph 'CARD OF N N 5M ,lan .r tto* the races at the Dixie Thomasvllle. O* .- Wd_......to TM .....t..
All items are In A-1 condition. .THANKS ..,, I Dianne Kelly visited Carla .4w."'/ s a, .. tor Cwt M.u. !
FOR RENT Unfurnished.. 3 FRANK CLINE TRACTOR I wish to express my; 'gratitude ...C"::'IYGwri WI:::..MC.pS..d Speedway Saturday.Mr. Tie..1. Monday. afternoon. .. -_:A_.'. ___ .'._ w--*_-
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C- te w 11 MidiIOIF414. i and Mrs. Moldy Alurlt-
bedroom house, screened in SERVICE. SlUe to Vnjr. many /rteno for THC wylt* ...5. .... Mr. Sam Murphy went to
front porch. Porch classed In : 1 their prayers, flower, card, sN: CrwN, )01li. t ernI I ton were Lakeland visitors Clermont Sunday a week ago PRACTICAL
Ford"Pickup 141.lMn PROPERTY
back or breakfast room. Large FOR SALE- and visit while I wa. In. the wlThiI144. ....... ..... 24 e.r .. la..k for a few day to 'visit with I BUYS
corner lot. 1101 E. Maple St. Truck only $4&O.OO. Carper hospital. : Mrs. Donald Mercer and Mr*. Marlon Walker.
$80.00 per month. Call Mrs. Tire Srvlc Call WA 9-M1U 1 especially want to thank WNL/AM -., IiavWntica. / children were In Arcadia on Mrs. Mildred Ttedat and work shop with apartment on 2 big

A C. Polk. Sr, WA 8-4001. 41e Dr. O. H..MSw4n. the ;nurse -- .. : business Saturday.Mr. Ueth visited the. Norval l3jar **, Iota,. .licA.shacta.an frulMr KM ..

t. w 4.1 ,48A9c SPECIAL NOTICES ..:. Los 1 *, and tb*of ministers kindness.f.whe1l' .. ,A"covet(;"";:;... I day .by. Warn hue for Allen a left. Thu"-1' horn. .aUiurAay murniitg. Priced at '$5;OOO with terms: -

safely with Dex-A- many; acts AM* r.. Sass YO COWMfT. .tb.... Mr. and Mrs W. W. ""'t...
Furnished ef- weight her son. rotty Allen In
Mrs. Sarah S Martin ... '..1s hcett and WMn|| and CpL and bedroom CDS home. $4,500. Terms
tablets. Only 98 genie at .I."f.u.:
flciency. Duplex apartment Dlet ; 49-c .. .* Mrs. Wayne Hhelfer and .
furnished or unfurnished close ;your drug store ; "- .. LAN.s LVM_ If'l..A TOruui 1 children of Avon Park visited) 1 Mrs. C. W. Dlosser II mad abuslne 80 acres of fond with nice homo. Terms
** trip to Sarasota Tuea
In. Call WA 8-8735 or Inquireat 48. 41, 48. 49-e ... her mother. Mrs. Lela .. .
601 North Monroe Avenue. LEGAL NOTKE JCAM IIN HA'''n son and Lamer lea .a.I.1 95 acres of land and grove Terms.
FOR SALE Honda aaotwcyc14 A buffet type supper was
48, 49, 80. al-p also TMI MAA t or TMC VTATI or I Mrs Jerl Hunt and 1 500 of
new and used ..nel .. rvsoe Ht.sit.. new IDA of Tampa vlailed her parents. al th* horn of Mr. II. r rjppsTuesday acres cattle,and citrus land. Terms.
Cuahman motor scooter .See ........ ..... ,- Jto-- fi NAM I. HAKf.. ..soe! ... Mee night closets were:
n1- *.Mw. M !!. tw-. Mr. and Mm Harry' Snails. 'last FOR
JOHN PARKER Mr. Nlcken across form AP lmurM Ctr .Am. _n.CMv. week: I Mr. and Mrs. Curtis New berry, RANCHES GROVES ACREAGES

and Texaco Station In Punta m* MiMty *ry1.C =:...l-I YOu Aa7aMCe.., HO'fI'IIO So Mr. and Mr. Ernest: John. Curtis Jr.. Theda Ann and Hay, BUSINESS SITES HOMES''
REALTOR Oorda. rte in* Ctff cs *.**.e .. ... -- .. ---I of Areadi*) ..,. ana Mr. Mobert -
49- lw:: fw.'asdwCSv .5 Aw "" ": and children of lUrasola Plaint Diane PARKER
HOMES GROVES f 99tH 1 1\\ :_'c.::: ed Mr. and Mr and Deb JOHN RealtorMILtll
.*4 .t 6-00.*. t* ..mmi wnpoXRkv .. N. r..,a. I.o C.. Baldy ble. Mr. and Mr J r. Hunt ,
RANCHES FOR'SALE: Pangola grass !.. chew*4 tM* _- -'M ../. 1.r eo-- c-.. ,...-.-t.. ... loa and Ronnie Ut lal..I' lIor._ and Pule! Mr .and Mr*. PARKER AMU,e* PATRICIA- FAMOIC
for or planting. S** ... -. .4. "I WA 8N3s
hay WA
Center! i..1>* *** -. .n- -.e M 5o .- W ,W PrllcMtl and Wllaoi,

.ae* oak m4 NMt" DS4 J. W. Brewer or Phone WA hM'.kea. rA h1..-.S 43 .A4 .5.wlm. 4ir -ho Lw.r..5.mN w e4.w.q -" ,a..wr.r w 50. .....NMM.d Dorkia'a o ld st wildlife ear''' Ol. red Mr. CIud W Itlo*-

Ar.adla l r P.-WA. S-MJ1; '- .5:__ .. Ww5.7 .d.r..5,lw Nrw..r5 Mrs.er != U' : "/.4 oe C= I ......u.nn. law appeared In 1638.' er II of Qu.nt....... V..

I __ ____ ._ 49-50p S. -.e- N .. .. She...... .4*****o c-"I C *c..***-.a..*.r..MC s.r..... II proMMteit fin hunting In Mr. and Mr*. Dvld ......U
P4..lSwMA..nd .e.M .
end daughter. of FL Wlmlerwer
M ft .... the Territory. Th lies or pos
t.JJ uuuii ttifcp. Uj''WMrrEDG \#, W.....V w. -- -.s *.* 19 l'.L.5._ _r b..M A. *IX aiIk. uses ***ston of a gun and light at Sunday dinner.' guenU' MMe .I
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5.e. ,e f1..ee M -ow ..... N ..P..4 and Mra. Jack Ixvl.
w.w .
Mw.e Aw.Ms ..... night in still a violation. .f .Ih*
O 'tjkRD o& Finished .. :-:: ,se's, =-- -=. tlvod..5I."t' =: wildlife lw Mr, ,and..Mr. W..W.. Prtlchetl
;:::.... ... "-' t=. d, ,-e el.& ...--== -- LTNG( WANTED ::
).j p ..... '...rt'u' H _...._.aA. Pse.-. -. c-o .....od **.. *0.r- .M of ,to**_*m I ISij 5954 I'I Want to an mm quail 8"' ::
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-.t.. ...i"--T. no puJ pin cw stanwu d OS"ood" 3 s N C l- .__ M cord 54 M I Th Forlda 0....* and FreshWater 'AA51'l..p

#,..., : Mew ded .::..=.N --sea' -Z .. M M..e -' -...15 eel ; Elate CommUalon. .. ,Lr ... .SeM.'a ....,
t-trk' ;biittony: : .u.pay & _d.gconsidai ....... I 9-. - ,* I. I
II 11/f if exc.--nT e.1.-i w M yr -.. II
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Tar ACACHA tA. aAMO -. "-'- -.... -,I yWr a lleenseilm .,.. SPECIAL

.d. t MUaffwyJ'4MItl!( If 11 1.CaR.Pwees T N .AA ClfV IOMIMO C* SOA AOCXMAv O or* .53. ---U ..w..w.- .--.e a--. wer.* ** pvtrraUed br..i..r and on y the.ur Ease bird 1-- ehe;'!.-.ee-M ....., I

... -GoUIn WAY ::-::.1.G.vw 1 .d a3.M.rS -:..15..,e = Ian*. ad.wJOHNSON'S O_ b.d/N 1 .... WN/1 eaped and .._.._ ",sI..

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wrt Low Cost "" -- .... Tree* Trimmed Tree S.., 1 Tw ** _M aupe wNf || well UiMfe*****} U*.
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this form 4 word io each box PInd the coat If ft." PeK Assess WA ..UI
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Write your Ad-Let on ...... < > riMHM WA *V-.i4l ABBOC/ATE.
in lb. chart on the rrght-3laii w r. o. Dorf 70. ?tt .get to tM Mta La Of le.. '.',. ...' Ttatc PAnic ruw -: nn mLMATfii .. JCAN OOWO atm AONIW

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j-X; THE :ARCADIAN :Arcadia FlorIda, Thursday( September 3. 1964

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Telephone Company 29 exchanges serving 234 communities
SAC Committee Elections rw r 5. ARCADIA LIVESTOCK MARKET: (Continued from: pace 1-A) in 13 counties in southCentral
I a8d Southwest Florida.
facilitte along Maple, Mills,,..An estimated aggregate urban
:Held By Mail BallotsThe 4t and Oik Streets specifically and rent' population of abouta
as well other locations
Livestock as quattur million people residein
: Report throughout the Arcadia Base this! area. Excluding; the
election of the ASC committee J C. Balrd County Office Rate Area. Bell and General Telephone
for DeSoto County will Manager at the Agricultural M. D.
McCord. Local Manager
Syrt..ns, the Inter-County Tel
be held by mall balloting beginning .Stabilization and Conservation August. 26, 19G4 of the Arcadia exchange ephjne System ranks first in
August 21. AU eligible office has released the following pointed _
out an additional area F orida in terms of number of
farmers and ranchers in the slate of nominee. for the of activity for the Telephone
and eighteenth in
Steen Stocker Steers telephones
county win receive a ballot In ASC Committee
election: Cal- to Company. Just recently a the United :SUites .a leiitw o<:
the $16.50 $18.00
mtfcl with slate of nomineee.Ballots vin Bo.e.... Jimmy Brewer Stdn $17.50 brand of *
new telephone communications
revenues. It Is owned by over
will be tabulated publicly F. II. Bouseman. Marshall M Uty 16.00 to 16.75 Med 14.00 to 18.00 system was install
by the Incumbent com- Cough. W. A. Holland Clyde Can 9.00 Com 12.00 to 16.00 ed and placed Into operationat 4,000 and hs stockholders a plant Investment nationwide of
:mittee Friday, September 4 at Hollingsworth. Mrs. Gwendolyn Inf 8.00 to 10.75 the G. Pierce Wood Memo $40 million.
1:30: in the Agricultural meeting Slaughter Heifers
Johnson W. M. Short. Roy rial Hospital. This system
room. ... Thlgpen and Bill Williams. Stdn $14.25 to $16.50 Stocker Heifers known as an Automatic Elect
------- Generally, a farm owner Uty 13.00 Good $14.25 to $17.75 ric 300 PADX. U the very latest E. M. Albritton
tenant, or sharecropper may Cows Med 13.00 to 15.50 development in the field of Completed R. T.
vote in the ASC committee Slaughter Com 12.00 to 14.00 automatic
:MORE E FAMILIESWITH communications. It
election if he Is taking part or I-- Uty $11.75 to $14.50 Inf 11:00: to .12:00: was built and designed by the Edward M.\ Albritton son cf
is eligible to take part In one !iJ1Li- Cut 10.25 to 11.25 Automatic Electric Company of Mrs. Carrie W. Albritton. 524
or more of the programs ad Can 8.75 to 10.00 Stocker Cows Northlake Illinois expresslyat Washington Street Arcadia,
KIDS ministered by the committee. Med $13.00 to $15.00 the direction of the Inter .y-cently completed his Recruit
Questions on eligibility to vote Slaughter Bulls Corn 12.00 to 13.75 County System for the Hos Training at Great Lakes,
and hord office, or on the election cur $16.50 Inf 9.00 to 11.00 pital. This particular system Illinois
procedure, will be settledby 12.25Slaughter the first In South Florida and Edward was selected as lion
the incumbent committee. Calve Stocker Hulls the second in the State of Florida or Man of his company. At
Appeals from such decisionsmay Med $13.50 to $2O.OO represents an investmentof the Graduation Exercises, he
be made promptly to the Good $15.50 to$17.75 Com 12.50 to 14.75 more than $20,000 for Inter- was congratulated: by Reviewing -
State ASC committee. Stdn 13.60 to 15.50 Inf 10.00 County. Officer Captain R. M
Qualifications of persons eligible Uty 13.00 to 14.00 :Mr McCord extended a cordial Hayes Commanding Officer of
to hold office as a committeeman Vealera J Stocker Calves invitation for all of the the Naval Examining; Center.
Include eligibilityto Choice $1825 to $19.50 citizens of Arcadia and the sur Great Lakes. Ill, and was pre-
vote In the election and being Good $16.75 to $19.00 Good 15.00 to 18.75 rounding area to stop by the sented his Honorman Certifi-
JrSTLttiHT a local resident. It is alsohighly b Stdn 14.00 to 17.00 cate and engraved plaque.
( : 13'00 14-50, Med 13.00 to 15.75 new office and inspect their
1;>r..J desirable that nomlneewbe Uty to Com 13.00 to 14.00 attractive new surroundings.The Edward \Is presently station-
{ currently active farmers or "WEE WILLIE SMITH FORMER Inf 11.00 to 13.00 Inter-County System has fid at Jacksonville where he
ranchers who are qualified for nearly 82,000 telephones in Is attending Electronics school.
WALLS WITH county committee work and PRO BALLPLAYER Stocker Calves 100-250 service and employs over 700
who will represent the various Arcadia and DeSoto County boast severaltormerbaJlJebal1 Good $17.25 to $19.50 people. These people workingas It's best to keep your trap
-. .. sections and types of agriculture .- team and main shut at times. The use of steel
"i" 'JI" Med 16.00 to 19.OO a operate
; stars from the professional and semiprofessional .
In DeSoto County. Further
tain the system which includes traps In Florida during the
I -of.. .. ay .y. Information on committeeman ) clubs and one of the most outstanding of these 1 is!! Corn 13.00 to 16.00 over 52,000 miles of long distance open season for deer Is pro
;' ,, : qualifications may be obtained William Robert (Wee Willie) Smith, now an employeeat Inf 10.00 to 13.75 circuits lacing; together hibited.
from the ASe County Carlstrom Field.
,. Office. Smith dubbed "Wee Willie" by team-mates because 883 head of cattle and calves in the offering. Slaughter
first went into pro ball just after graduating from high steers and heifers scarce cows steady to .50 lower, bulls I
school. lie joined the West Palm each Indians, a farm scarce and calves steady. Stocker steers .75 to 1.5O The First Federal Arcadia
Employees of higher heifers steady, and cows and calves steady. 75
club of the Chicago Cubs and was trained as a center-
:'\ > fielder. percent of the sale stocker, 12 percent cows, and 57 per- will be -
t Food Stores Smith dubbed "We Willie" by team-mates because cent of the cows slaughter.and .

I :J) Receive Bonus of his five-foot-five height, had one thing on his aide closed all day,
I and that was SPEED: t lie recalls that after playingball
Employees of Wlnn.Dixie I In school and out. he thought he knew the game, Monday, September 7,
!EASY-ID CLEAN and Klwk-Chek Food Stores but it took the sour manager of the Indians to growl:. ready to step into the'big-time. Uncle Sam pointeda on account of Labor Day holiday.
have received $1,2 US,4OZ in "Smith, gwan back tuh th farm. You ain't never gonna linger and he found himself in the World War Two
f R.1 ; ;, year-end profit sharing bonuses make a ball player." Infantry. He weathered it with a purple heart oak leaf
according to G. II. Deriso, vicepresident And that's when Wee Willie determined to show cluster, distinguished service medal and others. It was -
: and division managerof them. lie made Jhe season and began to improve. He the wound that gave him the purple heart that ended .
the. firm's Tampa division. had Hn offer from the Alabama State League in Green- his pro career In baseball. JJk
The distribution was made ville, and went with them but was bought back by the
,,1 the to 0478 Winn eligible-Dixi. Profit employees of Cubs and played in their various clubs such as Portsmouth The wound wad made by a piece of shrapnel that

Retirement Program. Sharing In ad- Cub. Northern League Maroons and others. caused an arm injury (the throwing arm) and thoughhe First Federal ....;.
t dition to the cash payments In his scrapbook there are excerpts that give a fair went back to pro ball and the Cubs tried to find a '
i It U estimated that 12.000.000 idea how Wee Willie was going up the ladder. For way of getting the arm in shape, it was no use. The Savings And Loan .
; I Kenri I will be allocated to the partJcr Instance one sports writer noted: Injury was a pulled ligament In some part of the upper
''J I Tonqj'' iant's retirement accounts for "Smith had a big night with four hits. two doubles, arm that would not heal to its former position. AssociationOf

I.: J.. {/ Closed the firm's June fiscal 27' year which a triple, and. he ltd off with a two-bagger down the leftfield Today Smith works at Carlstrom Field but his Interest -

v SHSRWJN- Each :year since 1B40 Wlnn- line. in baseball puts him in uniform and out on the DeSoto County
SUPER Mxle has set aside a portion One sports headline proclaimed: > field as a coach with the Little Leaguers.
I {Wn/4V5 of ,its profits for distributionto "Double Header Billed Today at Portsmouth. I* FLORIDA
qualified employees. All "Smith Leads 11-hit Attack." 'I But you can be sure of one thing all that know ARCADIA.

; employee of the firm who have Another writer said: "Hilly Smith, the Cub's speed I how he picked up in pro ball will be_passed I in_to_the_ kids._ -
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participate and are not requir age way over the 300 mark. I
ed to contribute any part of When he with the Maroons
was Winnipeg Canada
\ Fingermarks, even crayon their salary to the program. his record shows 53 AD. 19 hits, with a .358) percentage. Now You Can "Waltz Thru Washday"
i marks, wash right off I The assets of the fund are That's good ball. -
held In trust to provide retirement
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Income to employee In sneaking of his baseball career Smith says that
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room coat and
one (.too does the covers wan el addition to social security right here In Arcadia U the hardest throwing pitcherhe -
an averse room Qua,.* benefit ever went: up against anywhere, and name George '
)!, td wethsbl WE HAVE The Profit Sharing Retirement Macky who l I. employed at Carlstrom Field as the oWiiCiCiCI15
ALL THC NKW COLORS Program U part of theeompr.b.oelv.
Came In and s.. them. pitcher. N
SHOP ARCADIA employee benefit "When Macky threw a ball It was so hard and fast
FIRST program of WlnnDlxleStores. It looked like an aspirin tablet,. he said.
Inc., which also Includes -
t Other good players in the area who at one time or
health and accidentinsurance
,ARCADIA MUSIC- sick Christmas another played in the Orange Belt League named br
I FURNITURE STORE bonuses, stock: pay purchase plan Smith are Dave Carr J. U. Bellflower and Ralph the unqualified big, 15 lb. Capacity Automatic Washer
V POLK'S and a college scholarship program Durrance.
.*l 'W. Oak St. WA -7tta for children el employees. Just at the time Wee Willie was getting his stride
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strictly In favor of charitable .
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alone we hereby publishthe .

following list of prominent 10 Pages 10 CENTS Arcadia, Florida, Thursday September 10, 1964. Volume XXXX No. 50 "
DeSoto County citizens: b .
C. B. Adams Richard B. .
Anderson H. Lee Barrett. Gene
B Boke. George Boring Henry ,
Browder. Quitmon Brown Wil- Wage Scale Set

liam Channel John Christ Dr. '
Won.Cottingham.A. Clement.John II.Rev.Daniels.D. B. Clubs Survey For CountyWide For Hayman AidA 1 ,

Abner G. Erickson. William S.
wage seal of $123 per
Fletcher. Fred J. Col. to.
Grady .
hour was set Tuesday for
R. B. Harding. Judge Gordon help hired by Cline Hayman.
Hays. David Holloman. Richard In DeSoto :
Kindergarten Supervisor- of registration
Holtzendorf, Claude C. 1 prior to and during the coming
Jones Jr. Louie
Bryan Mack.
election date Nov 3. It was
R. James R.
Morgan Mundell.
agreed at County Commission
Marlon D. McCord. Hubert Efforts under to the Parent-Teacher's Association costs of the school .
are way operating a tnust. according to the dele meeting Tuesday.
Lawrence. Howard Sorrels R. start a county-wide paid kindergarten and the Junior Woman's would be paid from the fees. gation. The pre-schoot classes
J. Summers Jr.. Ralph Sumir. under sponsorship Club co-sponsors of the Idea, Hugh Flanders superintendent would be aimed to facilitatethe llsyman speared before- the
\ Stafford Wells and Alch- of the DeSoto School Board. make a county-wide survey to of public Instruction told pupils assimilation Into the Board asking permission' to
f I aid H.' Wood. It was announced Tuesday determine how many pupils the ladies that he would Investigate regular school system.All hire help In his office whilehe :
I Among other distinctions night at the regular session of would be available for the preschool and report later. what members of the school Is on hs itinerary aroundthe
.tit the Arcadia Rotary Club the board. classes. process the couny would haveo board expressed approval of county registering voter,
the above 30 men all belong Mrs. Beverly Lanier and Roughly they want the go through to become a partof the Idea. and each. agreed to and for th*''.hectic days during
and could also be called -Rotes Mrs. Phyllis NeSmith met with school under County supervision -- the program and what effect work separately. and togetherIn election. ,

of Mote" with a certain decree the school board members to each parent paying a It would have on school Investigalng all the phases. Commislsoner were not In- 1 t 4
of accuracy.. discuss the plan and to find nominal monthly sum for each units now In existence. of the problem. .
terested in demonstration '
Being,', as w* said before. In out what must be done to get pupil .Parents would pick up Stale certification and recogniion .Classes In the beginning- however a 't'ees-
of voting machinesas I ,
favor of all good charitable the kindergarten under way. and deliver the children Individually of the teacher hired would be scheduled for mornings requested by the
project' we do this at great Mrs. Lanier that in and the the classes would be company
suggesed or groups to conduct and would accommodate' who make them. Harold Garner
sacrifice we'll probeAbly
personal ( approximately 3O pupils." Later -
never again be Invited to chairman summed up the R'Seatet I'I
If the schol grew afternoon -
good feeling of the board on the
trusting some .
Rotary) I
classes containing the .
matter when he said: There
wfll e com of. It.. Wreck Injuries Two Men Tuesday same number of pupils, would lent much'" use In looking at Margaret Way: Shirley Platt and Mr*.

'Chart R. Holley. Republican be added. things you can't afford to buy" atamlinir. left to right. Edith Turner.
Such a countywide kindergarten Mn, J. L. 1 lollIntf_worth. ,
for Governor
In other action. Jack Oros
It i. the belief- of 1
who spoke>> .t the Arcadia Rotary the sponsoring group would be got a ruling from llalley I).
Club last week. says -In1MO a boon to working mothers Lewis, County attorney on his 1
1 out of 4 That you get your water Margaret was elected Recorder '
nearly every and mothers. who preferred to application for a garbage franchls -
registered voters didn't even In the county Lewis bill on time, or your building In 18 8. and has held that position
have heir children under
r-*: certified
We ermil.. or even your tax roll. since.
bother to go to the polls. stated that In his opinion the .
hop that br.l.ctlon day this .supervision.The Commission could not legallylet Is all due to the coordinatedwork She la a native of ,Sato
..? will have generated sponsoring organlsatlona of a group of ladle In County and la the daughter
,. w* with full of the out a franchise, that It would
In the issue .. "' the office of City Itecnrder the late Mr. and Mr*. Amos
enough :"': .. school board will begin to conduct have to be a legislative, act.
W chang thl-ratio." r p 1 their couny-wide Hut said that as a ltl...,. Margaret WayMargaret Way: Sf.W"rlline.
(W* hope Mr. Holley succeedsA the next few days. surveyIn Grew had access to the county started/ work In the with her Is Mrs. J.
\ the above. and suggest ..veryesist.fed garbage dump. and If h..* wUrted recorder'. of fie*' back In 1941, L. (Beatrice) Hollingswortn.
voter should listen to de such.. service for others under the.. prevent mayor', I*. r. Edith Turner and Shirley
ta the candidates and then go Vod, for a fee It was a matter ttpeer. who was then I City Recorder. Plaitllealrlco.
to tW polls and vote for his or Funds Transfer entirely up to him. After the Mayor left. .la a native .!'Arkansas. -

h bar' choice,' a privilege manypeople a but has lived here nee
In the world today do .. -- Public HearingSet 114. when the came her with

not *njoy.blrl _-- -= '- I s Adult Nit Classes I her.. parents, the late Mr. anti! \
,. ..,. : Sept. 18th Mrs J. F, U Newton. / ,
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walking horn In rainsuddenly } She .has three children Robert

remembering she bad : R County Commlslsoners met Scheduled At School I end Ada Be. Pike and
driven her car to work and -- last Friday to open bids for .. J Dabble' 1 lolling*worth.- She'
having to dash back' to the .C" ._ the air-conditioning ef the resides, with .her. family .n thoBrownsville
parking Iota South side cf the Defloto Court Adult education classes begin desire' to may receive' credit& Road. Sne serve
n #r House. Only one bid. subml- In the DeSoto County toward high. school diplomas a* assistant city recorder.
1C of C Manager .. L ,jlt'r ted by The Whidden Company. Schools on September 11. Suuerlnrentlent by e..m_l.un5 t successfully. the Wish: Turner, .was bum 'la .
b. bas South. ...... Avenue was tlugrt Flanders *., high' "n4ol |hv.l lotuses" which. Ten AewMrt.j adc u . .. sb f.L.., ... -. ; ;-..-..: -.- '...Ae.tI'-.,.. ,......-...--- Bfrunrvd. ...-. ."-----,-* -ant ottered. Many adults In IM. Mur .ha* been an ov -
ChfeY". Carrot Crews dV ; 1: The'Whidden Company's bid Adult may register foe Florid have rompleted all requirements ploy.. of tho'city sparentmaie-. -.'

Apt. ListingsWith recta traffic around the waa for pimp Installed according classes. by calling the school 4. for graduation and 'ly four peers.Shirley .
the to specifications and they pUn to attend by appear* have received. their high school Flail. .la tho newest
September marking under a performance. bond. On 'leg at rlasss they plan to attend diplomas .. the.. result of their/ addition to the City. Hall toner
beginning of the annual tourist Two men. were Injured a motion by Henry. Woods and or by calling Vincent L tendance al evening adult and work In the water depart-:
Influx. John Daniels manager Tuesday morning when the car Put seconded by Robert Bob) DeShaso Coordinator of the education program "'"'t. She .la a gradual. of Do-
of the DeSoto requestedthat In which they were driving Warts the Commissioners accepted Adult Education Program, at Other"' adults. who desire. toeatomJ Soto high Sehool.. and ha been
of Commerce today of the city or beading east on Cypress street Duty the bid. The only dissenting WA .9711.! and enrich .their.. knowledge employed In her proven p*>
county' all who residents have rooms andapartments ploughed J Into the rear of a liaison ape vote was Commissioner Those adult students. who in warluu subject areaaaro (Continued on page KA).

available for .lease heavy-duty flat-bed trailer. goIng the DeSoto Donald McKay., eapeeled .to enroll for the..

or rent to list them with the North on'Brevard street, CommaakM A rail meeting of the Board DeSoto 4-H Club course offtred.
Chamber of Commerce. and was demolished.Dr. meeting waa set for Sept bath for the The nights listed. below are Residents UrgedTo
Hundreds of requests I of J. L Prey of Key West .. present the purpose cf a publle .hearingon To Celebrate when adults may report to
living facilities In the area arrive driver of'(the c.r. was Injured te as the the transfer of funds from, .classes. registration. and fur Check Vet ing
at the Chamber during only slightly while his passenger In his de- general revenue to ether designated Nat'l 4.H Week he fin setsMme of rtss..
the season and employees ore O. B. Sanders, of the Oak appropriations. Teachers.. with... the adult, will Cards, Precincts
bard-paahed to fill the needs.. serves the Caceos receipts In the a.mount Local. 4II Club member determine the.. misfile. thai
By listing available rooms and De of fIX/MO to be transferred will celebrate Nation.4II course will continue to bo o. .u ", '.aI-<<'II"1'6.' .
apartments with the Chamberof Deputy will to the. gymiMtortumfund Club Week. September M "thru offered. CU*>e* will begin al dent. seeking. *bee Commerce, homeowners are Two October 1st. .) aceaa reeelpta. .in the October ird with a -LearningFor TOO and will end al *00 Pea In order to voto to .the rtovem*
of keeping a "No Vacancy W1tAcldftl.'H Hoi ton. amount of 11.000 to Item Bwm- Uy""' '" them. $It was announced Schedule. far adult .. .. be, >rd general .-..--. about -
tore** sign out during the season. recommen bra X4t{ and eacoos rseelpta In her today. by. Mrs.PaeUtle classes at P.S Ho County HignSrbool & 42 perron open hive.
There .la no charge for! this Chief De the amount of $7.T'7.M to beheld Dowsey., |l-* Demonstration .. win be. aa follwwatMovMtsy tlgaUon. .r. not iegnered
service ,Daniels Mid.& solved ee .. In the contingency fund, Agent f c r Bonito and Thursday. Sep Cline ..."....... Supervisor. .**
Circuit .. baa worked ..be ...tan.. front .....a County ember 14. and 17} Homo C.- regtitratlon. sold today.. *.
Hoard To Install oaoperaUon fine' and forefelture fund Members of .the. Club ....... noMilea. liusioeee. Cdueatloet and Several requests cease M
of The public .hearing. will beheld JOe in the county. will e duct Industrial Arts .........Y. September daily f* the absonteo ballets.
New Stack OvenDeSoto Circuit Court will convene at saved MM. al t ....*. In the.. Commission a series. *f p *fr.m* e11 WINK 14 and Tuesdays Sew from people wbo wtU not be
the DrSote County Courthouse? the bond. lace. Sept. Itlh. TV. ft taints.. *et !seal l rdtostau teeter .IB Frensli and ......" here oat election' day. and tklto
school a.o.rd'1IM'Ift' Monday September 14. with **) WPAO. and thrvugb tort.. nu....)'. S..rtember. IT.Antertrantam they may bold ,....tr.uo.
bers. accepted the low bid o( the lion. Lynn N, SUvertootn the p4" of .IK* An...*..., tobringing r.. Cummuntem. cards., they" have net r*-r*.
Cities Service for .... oil& and prodding It was announced TaMes tbir mesage to the The sebedule. for the SmttnItrown < gUUred s.neo the fells. bvebeesi
allied product at their regular here this ---. UWac.'J1 Sbw will begin Monday re-.1 U Maw ......
meeting last Tuesday night.&ida On docket for the 14th I Ie lead Club alas pUn tobav Sepia her 14 with .......* II. weed all MsmmU .orbeekt >
were submitted. by Oulf, State of Florida versus Grady Center gases speakers at rlvt being offered. 1st bath elementary $ these. r0oUuos a ears
Standard Oil. Clues Service Fuller who was charged.. with and fraternal. meeting, fatal OFM! nmUry, edweaUon.Clissos Md be sure they sea etirront.
sad Pure OU. aaaault with attempt to commit *egani..slln .e boots *ndcbMrcbe will be. Mist weeklyM Any rbon.. *J iditooss that
Boa.ban also voted to murder. Fuller .baa been. represented .. request that tb. now denmrtFt. *. &...... Ul- rtiAgtypical <.n d r through Tburoteysa put o voter .la a .different pro
Install stack ...... and a miser serving time In "I""" but Coimnls- Ogdn ......! tousled b* rfivUJe/ wtU b* per .*.il.. ttftwt.tf level sear Met. must be r.*..4sdl M tbo
fct the N..... setisnl safet eta. tinder what to termed. a Gideon ".... eewvortod to a Cimmusity end penal and displayed .to *.o.* Me will .include C*.n*.t MslheWMthtsi. law ro>i< Jr** a reeJOeat. .. vote)
end stack oven to WeN IB.- ease be was sent wp wttb- ...* &1_....* Chrto Ceotor, window. and *(Kr arelnol Scten. and SoelalStMde .to ... preetoet l. which bo

__tu7. TM .u- ..... W out benefit of aouns.l and totbeiefere < ... tb ....... At a sled ...... meetingfee.ouy ..... .. live. Tb mha .toe. Cat SOLDTIMIK
Bid 0-1 and a.aend.d by entitled to re-trtoL agreed
atfldet. .bad
.......... pssssd --
Wimam AIM scheduled fe* the 141* to ton tM...... property
.... -vwt,. la Wim Stafford. Negro eai EIGHTH IN A SERIES over .. tb* arty to b* mMQxM .. MYSTERY PICTURE . NO LONE MYSTIRJohn I Iorrortty
j.1a ether ..--. 1M ward .. .
a charge of murder to the 2nddecree. red td.ed N IIINfI a aeis

wean. De to n.leave Ogden MtrelmMfs.as ncf ..I t1fie Stafford stands trial F. Veters ,.. ;
a' Is
ResO.IpA ... .. ?
/or allegedly murdering
CiMIIIt7 Gtiwnk-.n. a ni..*>.ir of Hem toOk Murphy Right Choke
Andrews. Negro woman.at .. .. .
who will W deeded the builds Handing .*" been
| wttb the onriiiiloa ft tb* her brae. here aIN .. liaawleed --.u- tar hone. ad wtigww, -a d*rte by ml..*.. of tb.
Manatee.... last April. Saraosc County at eve ub etof .,.... to ArtJeto
Isere h.t ,mist brtar whIceer .. | property a* FL Ogdt or*.. end. tbowcbWcaBy
h. asd to ... $eeMoertes r. ewtaC tbo tw* criminal a special. Heuoe amt rintowmarb x. Sietim I. ** the ..eerealludaI. they betong to tbosrnisl MyMey ne11M W4 wwba pmlef/lo oases b* served to i-.. Chop *f rttt .* Tftn *tat
....... ism OBJ the docket are twe U..a. MO** bo >.Mil oe .. ... the year IPJS end board, wia b* .Horns* ..., guard we the money.seder wallow t** ISIS *n. ..IIMF. b.w*. two
.se p bdms ., the breed deli ...... Jory panel toitoda* y aD Do p.e... ef ... ...... theana. prvl6d that teas to lb. araomumoy. Jsb NM.h,. an Netn-da.. 3. yearn, boy*. Jtmmjr and ...., bet!
dMfr d .ad .. the ..sewfad It doe not effort other ...... PnaMa. Gael7 is fled Mg.rr.wd aM a rent aMtMw.r who saw II* wed matted to tho fare *f Areadto.Mr. .
were Jr M mtrbad --- r. M. Ito eey. Katpb. O. fief .**.*... by ......... and loon (ULSM. d Tae wee broMgbl *wt weds bees to UOi* Mr.J> a. I***. Mushy .. a Frlmttiv*
bare fir b......d t. .a ter? a reet -. MOUrd F MlarO. TbadWltlums. wm lator bo. sbi..t to a i....er' tile ......... valMie et suds Mgb Ftondee. *wo.rvlr.. ...fpb.e Nor Mr.*. **r* des visa. .,...Jat.g bee) B*Jaat JB' e) vMwefta..

w ...... aede by pfta- fC. O Koo. Virgil .eedme.a by fre.kad, I. ef taws' ,a-V shaea. .. ....... Is'eeei. ..... -bard. aM. M.1 the b.* saw a reseal eaM tb. Is* .4 Wsodmesj of tae weal.{. aa4Kalgato
J. Cbrts Themes M .a-lo y.Tkease.1. asa CaMy.n ... pvp.rae scaly ami tb. III.w11ag ..... taro lUll ....*ad to a -
ebpals. h De ....-......... .... Ft. Ogdo* dsWgano and .< ,,.......
LJwd.ef.tellers. .. .. ) es.p1.MaN
are fadutien, sae-bef .0s. Mall e.pfy Yr smjiira aeor he gau.nafar
Meg neat Jarawy. 'Any K.Atheittre, ijrva.etbR.eeh Ins. torto are ef the masse. nest ftee a--i..4 .a.n lIMe tae ...... f1e.W ploeo to LUtt*. *m Okl M w**
M h.a rpsel. !lice J.ea. *a nf-. David C- wtwt 1Ses .... Aaartaq, n.cwohaa Wynn, J.b11 W. C.Nts. Ralph A.JIT1C1,, X only ., --- 4Swd .......... w she ewaay. MM5ier1 Kura ohea be I.. ...., was.... .... toe
w .tm lh. aa.lm s.- ... sad seamed sae.. ,
.. rtaest. S&CTION 7.. ... 4-1iI.. ell MIa maybe toad by tta.om ... seed thus swb Item a* leered bM feet to a groe fWo.Tbl ewq.MS
.IJ bnsapeea ss.Z'aery ..-- ........ tai lb. car M easy. tar NaM fl-.as-.m4 Mgua., f.fltg.v .- we* to tZ. Tb women 0Nt'- ** 4n storaoy.M <.
', n.s.a.mrsaassrt t Sept ........ and ...... eM A.-.t Pesky WMI se 1 a _r.sokosH u...<
.1tire' 'EYK .- wb h a oa. tar whoa aid a-- -.r. .. ref. bed Meet was laws r
tithe W wSOAiW Uolo lie..r ...". -1/e emy M a55eettaredae..ng pet there by fTA od *ta..s eta. d/ gbt4 br. own .aio* to.... ****...

,.. 1la. MaUna to teal ......-. o. was ..... sawh ed Yrn gnome M ..d wald. he bed... is, tmear .... ri.di/en. item ....* M I4 *.
IN SAlttBVH.U v t = I and gabs loadae ........ adM sang ...... Y.-.et.. .. ...... --- **> fwsos.. Hio lt.ab y M .ooo Mm*....
.. Dr... f.. Plwo bait t..dp Is'C gated tah0 etw. ttr a.e5. ._. .. i5hee-te ..... fir y tasas. woo five a.... ItIYf. N/. NNph, ...-... ...Aced.M .bemuar aM gM 4os. Y 'wait.
: .i.rwtibe M ads..d a Fist. his.. w her p-anei ----. pre, asst ae mew .w Nir wee any. sea-.rdM. eteerem .. Wla seen .... N ..M a. *>eots>d red, peoMsansblpbo
Gfad w ec-- .. ........ elf tics pw..rs a.-o ef .nr 1 ..deso ane glee tmraset. altrkod tto ire .. sad dope bdaee aPe.. deHaejsaw. sad lougbt bath Ofbxy I'"
_t. ., ...... .......... a. Des Kg Low Rata soave w ssh.N Lpiy. err .... ......... Mud. that he aid fief .a.rA.MI. W.15. aMrtn to dr a-.A, pwd pto M*
... vlthr.lp .....1e... g.. .... 2 .t T* urrti tail. derwaar.s .... seed .<< ...... d.arahrw: .... hsweesag as ...1M DddI. rise.leaMd ftil malntoins 'jtf seer .1
"': -- e.hs ..... Sgt.3 '. ," fl Ze .eM. -seem. awl w ...... r an M sett seas 4I1 aw'sJai. la.w i4...,. taw.-. a... 1M pwW w 3eN. .Land .1 the Md hew plat ut
f+ ...... M 0. :I em thew as tse.srwea.uon .-. a. acestttr .ors ., trafeaapil.e. .. areY M eve a ..... eves enqtr ,..... Utile when. hs her eraseand
.. ___ bt fck..n.n.ee. .d ...... .. ..... ... tlr aiwd M pe.eaa.weed ... aMMheh... Mr bin. *itm* grovo are bo cliff
leer few .... y brDr.7ditr -. -S. M M M ----. saw to Car r .. .n.rrw.Me. sCarwed .. e.-.td Irhad. ever Mpsat. .eeLew uW .... ..... ..... to ..... s.... .* .bl* too
is..Anh .... a Dear -. 7 em M M ....... e--- a. ...ee -- ...... ..1- .......... .. leather rteseMY me. lob.aran log ....,. AI ....-.c. XVUFUY g*.g over the ... fsailllat
11.. ..... ". ,. ... cardryer.. tss.f n sad a. .... a-.At. ...M. be .Massed. said M ....... y hsaaM ,JoIt1t -



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2-A :ARCADIAN Arcadia, Florfda,Thuraday, September 10 1964

::. Golden Wedding Sub-Debs Met With Pom .CrossThe

I F CHIT CHAT ..tA Anniversary Sub Debs bad their firstmgating brough. a std'.. lady Wright
Mond.yoishi Sophomorest Deria
I XathryProv.u.
Mr .and Mrs. W. L. Summer- of the year -.
of he presi and Jo Nell BennetU
at the home
tin, 609 North Polk Avenue, '
III C/rttt* O n/ were given a surprise party dent. Pam Cross. elected The hostess served refresh
7 4 Tuesday night Sept. 8. to help, New members were mnts to the following members
them celebrate their Golden as follows: Seniors: Shannon : Lew Bassler. Sue Bassler.
., : i t "lJ.bor! Day, Wedding Anniversary.Only SUinbrook Stephanie Wells Linda Bev''". Judy Dishong.
has ctyn&and gone* tend I am teUIUST you the truth I s; one of their sons. Johnny Diane Montgomery\ and Patricia Ann Fletcher Martha Jo Hill
waslbe; h9DJy.onehlmy.) office who jabored that day. vp. Summer of Denver, Colo Boggess. Juniors: Linda Pam Croas, and Helen Bret-
I arr(H4J1Jweary-froni my Hummer vacation so did not was able to be here. They have Van Meter, Cheryl Sterbens ton..
want to go any place but if I had would have gone with two other sons, W L. Summer- Jayne Dozier, LaRetta Yor- The next meeting win be,
fear and trembling because of the reckless drivers. lin Jr. of Tampa; and Ben held on Monday nigh Sept.
Each holiday more and more people get killed in auto- + Summerlin. who is serving Boat Club Will 21st at the home of Linda Be
mobile with the UJS. Army. Honolulu; vis. This. will be
accidents How the population explosion keeps the Annual
ahead of the population destruction is a mystery to me. and Hodges two and daughters Mrs. Bottle Mrs.Hodges Betty Have BarbecueThe I Dress Up meeting.

Maybe slims like the old farmer put up would slow both of New Orleans La. DeSoto County Boat
down traffic. Mr and Mrs. Donald Channel Club will have a barbecueribsdinner
He became highly Irritated by drivers speeding by neighbors, furnished cake Sunday at Liverpool
his farm endangering his family and livestock so put and ice cream. starting to eat. at one o'clock

up a huge sign nearby which slowed motorists downto ... ..., Only neighbors and very so that everyone can attend
a crawl: In big letters it read: NUDIST CAMP J close friends were invited. church before going.The members -
They bought in lovely gifts are asked to bring side
CROSSING.New for the Anniversary surprise. dishes to go with the barbecue.A .
Style Term Is "Early Fall- ".". big time has been plannedwith
Early fall fashion itt the term now applied to light '. J Celebrated 30th the Club furnishing the
weight clothing styled in the mood of 'autumn to take ,'_ t'f'( barbecued meat and the drink
stylish woman-or girl-through the weeks when the i so all members should be on
...... .J. Wedding Anniv.Mr. .
calendar says it's fall but the thermometer registers hand to enjoy the day together. -
and Mrs. George Bunce.Sr. .
summer temperatures'
f. rt .. of the Owens settlement The regular meeting of the
The term transition clothing seemed to only
celebrated their 30th Wedding club will be held Tuesday
stop-gap measures to the style conscious. A few major ti Anniversary Thursday of last night September 15. startingat
designers (most of them seem to regard. wool as a four r week. 7:30: pm. In the Board room what I
season fabric) are aware of the ''need for this type of Due to Mrs.\ Dunce's recent of First Federa Savings and Wondering when you visit to?bring

de JrI1inR' ; long illness, only members of Loan.ARTHRmSRHEUMATISM.
COTTON and synthetics come into their own for this 4w ,,, 4r,, ,. a the immediate family attended. -
type of styling which includes newly-large. quantitiesof .
back to school and college costumes. In this sectionof
the country we still wear our summer clothes, even three-quarter full bishop Do claim doubt and double talk relief make fscea
though we are already planning for fall clothing. Working sleeves satin narrow midriff you front arthritic; you and rheumatic get any pains?
girls, as well as school girls usually need lighter streamers: which fell to the Get lot STANBACK tablets or >O
I Iflowers
hem line in the back, and self STANBACK powders UN as direct.ed. .
weight togs until autumn is nearly over by the calen-
at. the waist line. If you do not yet relief return the
dar.A Miss Elizabeth Gaylord Myers ,John Howell served his brother unused part and your purchase price
characteristic of these early fall costumes this yearis as best man. Groomsmen- will be refunded. Sunback Company
the easy comfortable free-swinging cut. The body train. Her Imported Brusselslace ushers were Royce Hood Jr. Salisbury.N.C.
is in, but.skimmingly Short flip skirts are rarely slim Miss Elizabeth Myers Is Bride veil was worn Mantilla and Bruce Thompson of Decatur -
and often bare the knee. Skirts are cut with action style. She carried a cascade Ga; Kenneth Cox Morris. .. .
from the hip. They include A-linev, pleats and gores. Of Harry' Slade Howell, Jr. bouquet of whit hybrid orchids Bird Frank Houser. Jr.. Frank
Fabrics that meet the need include richly textured and neur D' Amour. Lake 111., and Gait Allen, Bowlers!
cottons, corduroy of pinwale wide wale and fancy wale Miss Elizabeth Gaylord My the son of Or. and Mrs. Harry BRIDESMAIDS WORE LONG all of Atanta, Ga; and Dennis -
velveteen carved ottoman and soft suede. There are ers became the bride of Harry Slade Howell of Lake City. CHirrON SHEATH DRESSES Myers. Jr. brother of th.b..ide. .
Slade Howell. Jr. Friday The wedding vows were Charlotte.
new contrasts created by quilting which puffs up the September 4th in Myers Park given by Dr. Clay Madison. Miss' Alice Frances) Myers, RECEPTION FALL LEAGUES FORMING .

surface. of many cottons. Methodist Church Charlotte Wed Ing music was presentedby sister of the bride was maid Following the ceremony a Meeting Thursday, September 10, at 8 p. m.
The vintage colors will be throughout the wide .
seen N. C. The bride .Is the daughter Mr. Walter Ball. of honor. Bridesmaids were reception was held at the Charlotte AT BOWL LAND'
range of early fall clothing: carnation, wine blueberry, of Mr. and Mrs Dennis BRIDE'S GOWN Miss Rocena Howell. sister of Country Club.
eggplant and beaujolais which Is a acarletburgundy Eugene: Myers. 1601 Queens The bride given in marriageby the groom; Miss *ranees Over- SEA ISLAND. GEORGIA For Sponsors and Men Bowlers
shade. Road West Charlotte N. C, her father., was lovely in ton Bailey of ,Midlothian. Va.; WEDDING TRIP
THE SMART YOUNG SET WILL PREFER CORDUROY aod the> maternal granddaughter -, an wory peau-de-cole wedding Miss Martha Richmond of For a wedding trip to theCloisters
WHICH IS FEATURED IN SPORT WEAR; of Mr*. W. O. Welles, formerly gown embroidered with medallions Charlottsvilte. Va.; Mrs. Sher- Sea Island Ceo..Ia.the FOR WOMEN BOWLERS 1
suits and dresses. Wide wale corduroy Is done by of Arcttdlal:and the late of Alencon lace and, iman Crltee of Chapel Bill. ., bride changed to a Golden
Watermill in a black sleeveless shift, topped by a bone W G. Welles. ,Mr. ,Howell is J>earls, and a cathedral' length N. C.; Miss Thelma Elizabeth beige linen suit with black Meeting Monday. September; 14, at 8 p. m.
Campbell Miss Martha Hach- accessories.The AT BOWL LAND _
colored coat with black buttons and contrastsins '
net, Miss Frances Ann Ken- couple will make their r
stitching llriaht red corduroy fashions a princess drlell.' and MiA Elizabeth Ea- home at 1942 Stroup Court '-
jumper with swarling, full length cape. This ensemble gltm McGulre. all of Charlotte. Decatur Georgia where Mr.
Is water-repellent and spot and stain resistant.One They all wore beaujolais long Howell resumes his studies as I BOWL LANDHighway
designer designed a hip-belted dress with a brown chiffon sheath dreses designed a medical student at Emory 17 Seuth r- ARCADIA -. WA 9-4SS1 I
cotton jersey bodice styled like a football player's jersey with a. high scoop neck and. Medical School. Atlanta.

and an easel .skirt of winter white, wide wale corduroy. .
One of the newest fabrics of the season in a' new
cotton that looks and feels like leather, but It.'. washable

One, porous of"the and prettiest water coals repellent.that I saw was created by Your Ford.i Dealer is laying his cars on,;the..table' ;

Halldon.. was a carnation colored figure-sklmmlifg coat ,
of this new fabric!, and! another in the same shade in a ". :
seven-eighths length coat with a slim skirt. J;

Som. of the new 'all-purpose cottons are waterproofand A A .
dressy enough for special occasions. A collectionof t -; : .
cotton raincoats Included a deep wine cotton ottoman .

double breasted A-flared. with Peter Pan collar. ..' .... .
Informal cottons cut on formal lines and lush cotton AuMaas r

styled on simple lines make news for special etents.
One used a wide wale corduroy for a group of late day .,.
and evening figure-free silhouettes. Included was along
dinner costume' and a sleevelrscs princess date

dresa. ? ,
Velveteen will be tremendously good this year. Dotty .
Carol of Mam'aelle has used It In a ruby shade for
a fitted coat trimmed at the neck with a bow and a big -.
white Peter.an collar. It tops a slim. dress with a bare

tank For top.big evenings, long dresses' have suddenly become '

the rule rather than the exception.: Cntrastlng cottonsare South's best
used In a uare-armed formal with a black velveteen

bodice and a. red and white checked gingham skirt '
quilted In black. (Sound terrible but was rather at llotty Ruth Damwell

tractive.) High necked in front, the back was U-acoop- I
ed to a near-waist low. Miss Barpwell graduated from the Florida year-end deals !
Stale University where he wasa I
New I looks In the Library member of the Kappa Alpha
We have many new books on the shelves now. In Engaged To Order.

fact I mad two very Interesting historical novels over Wedding plans will be announced al i ., ,
the paat weekend. Rut we do have one book that was D. Guerry Parker at a later date.
given to ua last" week that I "prize very much.: Congressman r

Jam* Haley sent us the Memorial Address deliver "Mr and Mrs. vr. K. turn- New! Gillette
ed In Congress after the death of John Fitzgerald Ken. well 01 t"\X Winder announce
nedy. The note In the book Mid that he was giving one the engagement of their dauch- -.. .new.
to all the libraries In his district. It U a lovely' book.It tee. Uetty Ruth to Duftwitduerry Slim
will remain in the library but If Interested. go by P.rkrr sot of Mr, and
and look;,, It over" Th* book U beautifully bound. Mrs. W. W. Whktden of Arcwila -
Howe From the Hoapilal' : Atlj st IeRlztr.

'Dill (Mrs Joe) Coker returned 1 home Friday from the Miss ItarnweU graduated .
Wauchula Hospital where she had spent, the 'past ten frvm the Urfiotu County HUH
days. She Is feeling much better but will remain in School In ll5e. She attetMtedMMMtee tw,1 N.aM' C I Iw1.a.twe.anal Co .

bed this week. !' .... to return to her position at graduated Juatwr Csues.Dradentonsuty aid ., a.-. vo ... td.arsrlc. ..-.s oa '65 Super Terpw
Schloaaberg next week where her lovely smile and Academy rno In 1MIMr wataA, -::. ,.....----.acee of inn lea's NASCAII races ad. ac

pleasing personality make her presence: greatly" mlaaed.Itlll 'rfcer graduated iron .=.... 5t 4,, tote MnoothHt.st ed.est,stsnge.t CMa"tll.t1 class.
said that ahe never realised I how much her friend the RtaunUM Military Acs>-
meant to her until she was In the hospital Ollle (Mrs. <*emy, a.."" ..... Vlr..... In
C. L.) Cravens has returned from the Sarasota Hospital l"Sw .In |M.t... arled_tl
and both of them said that everyone waa eo nice gnat at iota Junior CMI....ewhere
to send them cards, flowers, etc.. and to visit them and he served aa pr.ale>iuof CHICKEN
that It helped) .o much. To tell the truth. Itlll Coker tilt. 3upla.>,n *re. class end
waa list really! able to come' home last Friday, but be- UM shekel body 't-
I August 4 UU year htOMMTS BASKET "'
lie, me. she had an 1NCKNTIVYK. Her" eon. Joey, .. .
= --- ---- --- --- --- t+rh r..a, r..wa :: -
student of Massey Technical College Jacksonville was 1 .. .
-.! -be.,8h en..del.- .....,...trig- en a R .. w'ilea
-L- ( __"_ ___on_ __Page_ 3ArubliaheVT __ Tl811Trr. $ .00 111 N'e fakes. Atw.ek.'a ta.se.. t eetp.tt 01te lien. .....;" e.......'
i | ........ .. ........ fIIIe--...dMa ..-.. .pot.... 'aftt._ ::
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I .u- a sa+d kk. toe ., scew.sWt. ...... ,.. .. .. trspv. CoW .a 1 r .con CM. E.....,si etsi
-O bees ).ee s.setle .." ..Mthree aoaq h twar" .... ..
.' & ., ........ yeti stweekeew
wMo yw wIll Age
".'''''::1''. le MI .......
evenr" TtwmlUy aa..trtsaj'ltPlUt See -., With Slow & Potatoes iEST YEAR-EUD DEALS ON FORD TRUCKS l
Oak tre4.. I*. (X I'oa ttq Arcadia, FWM*. 3M4I. Mr*, r -
flora I*. Etwraole. txsbltareet Cftarftea BL Wftaa. q *m_lManager. J
Ottered .a Second (Baas Ms *.t. CMaaic II, 4 Cet Here :AND WH CMS TOO..ATFORD _
rats at tfce Peat Of fie* at Arcailla, FkMisa*SM ..* Act WGeneve Or Corry Out
** .4 Yard, J, UTS *

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A_JLaVartisleg+ lUpreaeeUUrW.. Darkle TV..** ''Service* ; PINE POINTRESTAURANT w...

baa. Wkl Asnrrtcast $' .......... "to'- *U,""i>> ..rUIE'S. J-4
,.... N.-r. York AU.. rn.O s-g*4 I>e.FM..* MM.****. r : :
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sat._.-o.. ,....r'aa .rvr jttls>t1aNAa ;tMatW s .' i Arw11e, ....... 1541 easS 0... act,... MATTISON MOTORS i.
e:1 Cats. ow w... ...ar.IJe.Iry A RCA DI Ab .
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A THE 21RCADTAN, Xrcacffa.: Tlorlcfa, Thursday September 10, 1964 '3-A1 .
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"..,''Bowl Lanes
Go NEW I IBM BILLING ing of the group and marks the "
CHATContinued County Agents
CHIT To Local FOR TELEPHONES Seth Anniversary Year of Flora'sr. '.'
(peLd .f Man. HJ|: Agricultural" Extension Ser fvnr '
A new type IBM I long dis- Attcnd Annual JJ
from Bowl| Land Lanes was recently "
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page purHMWrt from'A. M.\. Luy- tance statement Is now being The three-day meeting will <. :
home for the weekend. He is taking Architectural ben of Pennsylvania, by Mars- included with all telephonebills bihighri, .;htca by talks on all. ;: 1
Drafting,. and 'he la. plenty good,.a I attw three> of his den Willis of Arcadia. The to DeSoto County customer Conference phase, "f extension work by r r

drawings that h*had received an "A" on, and deservedly business will continue in the according. to J. N. Johnson. stair, I .utn, n the field.
1'0. They were rear-- good. I am very proud or all same location under lease. President. of the Inter-County 1 DeSoto: County will be roprescntwt M

DeSoto County boys and girls: who are away at college. Wallis stated. that Telephone System. Previous September IS-In .it
1\lrs. G.. K. Carpenter reconditioning telephone bills Included individual the annual conference!' of the i
'of and He is attending Arcadia Moat of them not onlybring credit to. DeSota County of all lanes will beuiii Florida Agricultural' Extnxion REMOVE'WARTS

Monday gan Keith quests Brandon Of Mrs., were Carpenters schools but 'will return to Ft. while they are in. school, but continue after they are September 11. and will be completed that were long prepared dbtan'ekketol by the Service in Gainesville by Les- t

mother. Mrs Claude\ Myert in a monh or so. in out of school. for pray by September Operator or the Automatic ter Hatcher County agent and
BoriaaV East Magnolia St. fac, Just as soon as his mother Local Boy "Soldiee; of the Month" 19. Leagues will begin Sep Direct Distance Dialing equip Mrs. Post die Dawsey. Home

returns from North Carolina Ralph S. King, stationed with the 128th Evacuation ttmbt.2hL ment. Under the new system. Demonstration agent. !
where she Is overseeing! the Hospital in Stuttgart. Germany had the I lead Fall leagues for men and .. ,
Mr Wayne Terry, daughter Group customers will receive only a Mrs. Dawsey, Vicepresidentof
Mary Frances, Marsha, and building the mountains.of a summer home in story of the month in the Medic :Mirror Troop Inform- meeting women are for now forming scheduled a neat compact statement of the State Home Demonstration Ansaslnsi Compound Dissolve

Cindy of Oneco.: were weekend ation Publication written by and for members" of A.P.O. men their long distance calls. Agent's Association! will Common Warts Away

guest, of Mrs. Terry's parents Joey Coker. student of Massey 154. U.S.A. It -is published semi-monthly.' wan a Thursday Bowl Land September and September loth 14 at Mr. .Johnson said that the present the distinguished service Without Cutting or DistalagDoctors '
Mr IBM: billing procedures were >: warn picking or scratch
Mrand Henry
Technical College Jacksonville write-up about King being chosen Soldier of the Month. for women. Interested playersre adopted to help handle theever awards to state winner., > bag at warts may cause bleeding

-Ann spent the Labor Day Underneath the story was a real cute cartoon displaying urged to attends' or anyone increasing volume of long and will also present the As- preMdlnllf. Now aouising Compound .
Miss Parker left last weekend with his parents. Mr. a bulletin board with the big news about King, and wishing to sponsor a team are distance ; sociation's "Florence Itall" W* peiwtratea into wartHilmttroye >
calls a-
being placed by
to return to North
week Car- ,
and Mrs. Joe R. Coker. North showing a real life-eire' 'gator smiling away. Two asked to contact Wallis. their cells actually meltawitrUi .
Inter-County customers. Pre
alias College blowing a tenday ward. i away without cutting r' I
visit here with her par- Mills Avenue. medics were standing- front and one said to the other viously. employees of the Com Hatcher chairman of .-111 burnlne. I'siniee.. colorless

eats, M*, and Mrs. .John Parker "Hey 'Gator made Soldier of too Month." Real cute AMENDMENTSContiniued pany's Toll Billing Departmentwere i Compound W. used aa directed
Mrf. R. D .Wiseman! sons District 9, will present accomplishments wart aitfely.ddctively .
i I could not get reproduction on our manually handling almostsix re.m.v.v common
son: John Jr. She spent drawing. Sorry a ( from page 1-A)
Rusty and .. .
Billy are visiting leaver' ugly 8C ra.rBA
of that no
two month on a tour of Europe here with her mother. Mrs. Scan-A-Graver. but I couldn't. Ralph is doing all right Interest owned. by such person. million calls annually. group.

with other college stu- Myrtle Gammage. Her busbolOI' and I am very proud or him.to The legislature may prescribe Inter-County has gained This Is the Uth. annual meet
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about -- -- -
den*. Ann Is a senior at the new telephone
Sgt. Appropriate and reasonable : J ..
Wiseman Is stationed i -
stations in the past twelve i
University of North Carolinain at Camp Le Jeune N.C., visit her son Mr. and Mrs. laws regulating the manner of i.-l
Chapel HllL T. Adams Pays months, and this rate of growth FRIDAY
Marine Al- establishing the right to sold 1
Base. Glenn
Carl Poaton. son
.* "i ______ Is expected to continue at an
dred and will then bring Mrs. Brief Visit Fri. exemption.Section, accelerated It Is felt
Scotty Hall of Mr. pace. thruMONDAY I
> son andfirs. Miss Evelyn Tucker of MIami Pcrpall home with her for a 2. This resolution I
that the system's lOO.OOOth ,
Chuck Hall of Ft. Myers, arrived Friday for a long visit. Tom Adams* Secretary of hall become effective only upon
will be Installed
telephone by
4 staying here with his grand weekend Labor Day visit with State paid a. brief visit here its approval by a majorityof ;.
parents. Mr. and Mrs.\. Henry the freeholders voting In m Id-l: 19tt6.__ .,.
her sister Mrs. D. R. Gettlnger Mr. and Mrs. Don Lundqulst last Friday with Representative a --
A+tant., Scotty is a years old. and Dr. Gettinger. of Miami spent the Labor Day Chesterfield Smith. He referendum election to be. held Shrinks HemarrheidsWitheut pl4 NEW...IN COLORS

weekend with !Mr. Lundquist spoke before a group of some In Sarasota County at the next lalt pfn
d' Dr. David Scott of Beverly, sister Mrs. Paul Montgomery, 20 businessmen and officials special or regular primaryelection. + 0 .
Mass arrived here Wednesday -coffee-break" meeting at f Surgery t eDtl.l '
H'A YtE"iE'R Mr.! Montgomery, and daughter -
of last week and when he flew Diane. DeSoto Restaurant beforeleaving Last of the thirteen amend Keh-Relieves Pain I ,
back home on Thursday, was fqr an engagement in menu that face Florida votersin Stops
1 accompanied by his mother Wauchula. the November elections is Lear' the...,u-...I....a.r..... 1 FRANKIC AYAION
Mrs. B. T. Conolcy. accompanied : Adams addres.edhe the House: joint resolution a sew bMltue. ....!.-wash the ss- J
Mrs. Edith Scott who will visit group
her Mrs. *Mthls ability a hrlak k D
by mother.
there. will face Florida" voters on number S X (M: ), thaws.. sad N r.&U_ ..Ia-wtUwi o -ANNETTE FUNICCUO
W. M. Landress. are spending that This Is the 43 Senator and while
on the 13 amendments re.rr. steer ease MARTHA HTER ''
two week with leech sister elctlons.and 112 repreiientatlvea >rtionmrnt vnuy eetMM.e' s'ia. a.t-.l e.d.1- ,
Mrs. Retha Wooten of Arcadia November< 3 general reapp
.. 1 1w
leek Meat
and daughter Mrs. Edna Lamming (aea 1.kruui.s.) s
.Sufferers returned home from Valdosta outland briefly their! value. plan as drawn by the ..........n _.......aura a.lh.w
Ga.. recently after in Marietta Ca. His host Hep. Smith then last .legislature, and states: ..... Ihd segosa' vale.....1......
.. _.... .hh-pu.k.e..Md. Nhe
...;... ;.J n., s 1sLcttase.1.a.st spndmg two weeks in Pine- Mrs. Kate Appleby returned conducted: him on a brief tour That the following am..nd.m..nt .t. pehla.t" n. _.... h a new '
tall era rsst' view General Hospital after ofhe DeSoto Courthouse to of Article VII of the constitution $wtlse..liars.s ....D-"I.. z'- KIENAN WTNN I
-, M. New W d.a .a-,.- :suffering an heart attack. home last week from a five meet officials there and Intro- of Florida Is agreed itu t J-fna.sl r.w.rk
amen I.e..I ..0.----....... ..-..-.....s ewe.. weeks trip. She spent most of duced him to the County Commissioners and shall be submitted' to'' Cr:..: ..' .S.sew...ad..kls --PLUS--
.. ..... .. ... .
.. 1-
the time In Junalucka. North a Is
.M--r.::."mo.w. V.::;;M Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Massey Carolina.but did visit relativesin who were in _s- the electors' of this state for I, ...... ,..J,.......... era. A. all drug "THE STRANGLER"
sr.ACuwAa..i. D..e$a, .wa".I..dI I returned home Tuesday from ratification or rejection, at thegeneral _..reo 1

aM.w iq 111sq r .sM 1 their sumer home on Lake Atlanta and Ocala enroute sion.Adams. who Is unopposed election of .I9,.. 4. t _u_ ___ _
home. Said that she had a ,
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Placid. Wednesday Mrs. Massey for r -electi: < i to his present ---- f
Arcadia Drug left for Miami to be with wonderful' time but was very 'post. Is making a whirlwindtour
I be lKw
happy to e. '
of the state. -addressing
e DeSoto Avenue her mother. MR. W. A. Per-

Arcadia.: Florida pall, on her birthday. She will Mr. and Mrs. WliUam; Dasher various Democratic> group on
j I remain la Miami few the proposed amendments.
a daysI
sons BiU sod Tony, of St. .
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Petersburg spent the weekend IkLaEEdI3 BEDDING'I

a ._. with Mrs. Dasher's parents Mr. CITY RECORDER ;

i'I SHOP ARCADIA FIRST and Mrs. Charlie Hill. (Continiued from page 1-A) JAn..AoC1IOM. euAAANne I

sltlon about seven months. .
Mrs. lIuel Parker her sister. All t.tll J51tiMna.. pII a ,
For about five year. In theirspare
w Headquarters For Mrs. Helen Peck and. Mrs. time the city recorder m4 ...:Sprint e.. ...... J
Pat Lagonl of Scoring! went to
force has been searching out :' In ovr own ctoryl .
LOWE BROTHERS PAINTS I Ashvllle 1O days ago with Mr. land parcels> ownership record' ,
Elgin Bayllss. and apent a DELUXE
sales, and so forth of city property >>
week there
with the
SUPERKEMTONE Bayliss'sin and of property Inside
I their mountain home. Mrs. the city limits. end MATCHING BOX SPRINGS i R10,

RUB & BUFF METALLIC PAINTS with Bajrliss them.returned to Bebrtng Now at a great saving to UNCONDITIONALLY OUAIANTICOBodcocfcb 49,957R1i061N.

-. the City of Arcadia' thee rec
ANTIQUING KITS .e- o "ords.srs> complete ai')iI. a title 1 1N 'co
I ,
-Mr'and Mrs JEarl Crockett '
on property' 'within the City ,$5 Al10WANdI. 0011M "+ 0
son We*. Mr. and Mrs. Weaver
SEE CROWS FOR PAINT Kippsw sod Dr. and Mrs frankCutteridge. ran toe truest without old iWndthrough 1h1 y_ ow ____ DELNiAf { ,
mountain of andduvty
I Kencher) and Dan, er ... 1.r1.. j
p1 'M.
files.The ..e.diuM .. Csae.ae l ti' I Idt
CROW Paint And Furnaces spent the Labor Day weekend girls la the recorder's'

at Islamorada Beach. attire. work a* a team, each loge... ...... a tw.da ...... ..... ...
knowing her own Job. but Iran I IQutekly ..... Leo a1..ea a ... L.i... = et. ... S .t ti f
112 West Oak Street Mr. and Mrs. Bert Daly. Bert switch and do the I, ; ') aI' 0.,.. '-......... a flee ....... .... ...
A.9-2321.-, Jr.. And Job Mr. and Mrs. other girl's' job In case cat 111- s/.o.ur. ._........ a... 1..... .... ...
Jthn TreawiweU. III. Tammy.. ** J ai, ...-..-....... ... ...... 1..... ...
aev v 'or \ (Inevitable vats4lon. r rJJe .... _...... .. ...
Terry' and Atry' AUIaan; ft4* 41. i r .. ... ...
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and. .W..c .......' MM1.ss a Mc S i/3$11..91nt -
Mrs. Walter Dykes, sorts .s. e
Mr. Farmer, This May: Be Your auephen and Ldround; and Mr, cUr Mayor" council' Speer.can along$ say. with te this the.* .....-- n.rrr ........... ....... a.5 ....... .,. ,..t"."/ asf r i #

am VUs. arftwasd: o.v",. Jr.. office: "A Job well done*" J
children Uoatsv Dougt and iSenJUa' j

"YEAR OF frsok. spent the Labur L., !
brother, Mr. and Mrs.
wekend at Fund Gords Beaen.Miss .
JetiM) Turner, Country Club I ", :, w. FAMOUS INNERSPRINO MATHUSS 1

Lana Turner of Orlando .- flood.. --- .... find MATCHING BOX ttWWS 4
spent last 'week here 'with S QUILTED QUEEN
her lather Mr. and Mrs. ki- ECONOMY KING
gen Tardier and< family. Wadnewsy. i sin< MArrtsss

STRENGTH t IN lMm acsjoipeaied burr. M ls rte,
tratMimwUter Mrs. Joan Tut- $3995

F1 RM IVWY ner. to Sarasota ,la .*. ovate I DOWN 291M
snoppin*. K1DA DOIVftt

Mr sad Mrs.' Duane Trump

spent the weekend in .'. Au.gIcsUne I
LESS ...i..* wttte' their awl -a .he Msdr.9..nd Died

Mr. and III... Iher Trump HOLLYWOOD BED

CONTROL end children fitter Duane Jr. ..rHow .
r' I

Chick Mrs., of EdAa lUises& Canal City and' spent asia to liven up '

Sunday. mad Monday tier with 'i it it'i $ 5Q95 $4995 .

I her .."bor. Mrs .N'" .two > 'lunch box IDCUVKS> *
sell and with her ...t... Mf. MJy

DECISION"i'o C. L. Dwghtrry. other ,. Meal-4heew..eetl.4 =:Nel.... !S I t X39 -Ars.. Ms rr.h.a.i; flit ... wed
rag .s..i
I Byes and friends. ? a n.ti .......... AMtawMu
w aes./waeynee/ri AAWair11r' tl... -..+*.(............ .
Mr. end Mrs.. Bob Mare. M shsiap e

: I nd Mrs.. f A. M<
pent. Sunday ._-Uv_ law -U.nOtjr. ; QOftTWTOP $1 It--d .

KRAFTa s Y'JAtm' QUill .
Mr sad Mrs.. J. 1C Smith of jDe DOWN _
Rtv. d.e, Go, arrived. beta "!* .
...... fee v.stt well $4... $11195 DUIVEJtS MVO....
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Is. .nee +a a .... s.r{. r.r.g a a;:;;..... g1119e.1trMA =Me.l I .Mrd

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....... apu.c far a free ...r1e.Mw'. .; II r fir.fartttsda was Li. ..... j Arcadia Music-Furniture' 1
.. t..arrtll l .... 37JM.hr- r
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n.w.sal. T..rao11 r 1M I + W1C..IASS K. ...rSTOqOasis

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: WA 8-8501 or WA 88511 Arcadia Florida. Thursday
4-A _THE ARCADIAN_ ... September 1O. 1964

1 TIME: 6 cents per word. ... mow.- Lanier and Miss' Wanda Collins -

MISC FOR SALE LEGAL NOTICE Pine Level NewsMISS Fort Ogden attended the Hymn Singat GRAVELY RIOINQ' .

2 TIMES: 5cents per word per issue. the First Baptist Church In I MOWERS ,

IM TNI EVA Ran: HAGAN Arcadia las Sunday evening. Fee Bio ...... towoo_
FOR SAfeE: White 58 Chrysler J'JN: ::l..J.OUc'Icr The Itl
? Ot NewsWeek Gravely Can Take:
S or more TIMB6: : 4 cents per word per Issue. Saratoga. Power steering fi.oe.iDA. .IM AND fee essorocowNfr. Mr. and Mrs.. Jack Waters Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hagan PHONe BKAOCMTOM 7S42eeOROUNOS
power crakes, electric: M.. leer of Bean City visited Sutaday ,were In Fort Myers on EQUIPMENT Cev

Classified Display counts at 40 words per inch. eats, excellent radio and heater. FEDERAL NATIONAL, MORTGAGEASSOCIATION with her parents Mr. and Mrs. of September 3rd day of this week.

Air conditioning needs lit- *.d under on o Act corporation of CenaroM or.Oam T:: E. Mlzclle. Mr. Water returned MRS. VERA COLLINSMrs. Leroy Allison and his parents -
Classified Deadline: Wednesday. 9:00: a. m. tle repair. Very good on gas and o Mtma pursuant to tno home In'the afternoon of California visited Mr.
I F. toral Nationol Mortaoo* A.-1octatlon Georgia Falany Is Tire Discount i
mileage. Price $ 95.00. Private Charter Act novmo 'its and Mrs. Waters remained for and Mrs. Elmer Thornton and
Box Number Charge: 25c<< extra. owner. Phone WA 9-5342. principal .".co In the City .f spending this week with Mrs. Rich. w. ore oow .......... Owoeooflprieeo
Wai.iinqlan: Dntrtct of Cokmibio.. a. few days. Ban1De. Huckeby In Cleveland. Mrs. Roberta oa tractor --. Sea |
!. Card of Thanks at Classified Rates. SO-c tointiff.ULJ : Mr. and Mrs. B. W. HolUngsworth Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Collins Misses. Kay Elsworth and new'..yIy fee MM e.d lee-eel en.ielo- erl.o.l

US Loose' MOMT6N ..... Jr. and two sons Bill Deborah, and Charlotte spent Linda Sue Croy left on Wed- STANDARD' 4ML COMPANY"KI'I

ATTENTION mONr-fll NORTON LOAN dOAAPANV'Ht. ..if.J ond'COPLfS Of and David were Sunday dinner the weekend with'Mr. and Mrs. nesday of last week for, Tampa "rf| AeMtov'MgB.' M8 Vwt*JSJS
RENT TRUCKERSCheck fVAUCHULA. .LOfuga..e-. .fVoTMlocoroprotion. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Frank Collins. Lesley and Tracy where they will attend Brew.tel' .- S. Meoreo WA S14l]
Smitley of Bunker. Mr. end ----
urnxNad MARTHA McLCNOON. st Englewood Beach. College.Mr. -- - -- --
FOR SALE us wt4mO Mrs. Wallace! Whidden of Bun
our. ALL Hazard ondanf* Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins, and Mrs. Calvin Boggesa LIPPINCOTTELECTRIC
------------ FOR RSyT Newly decor Fruck-Tire Guarantee before HOTICI OS SUIT ker, aDd daughter', Louella and children returned to their took Diane Boggess to Tallahassee ,
TO: TNt a-fondooti, utlU5 fOOIf" were also Sunday dinner
FOR SALE ADMINISTRATORS ated 3 room furnished apart you buy. Protects MORTON and BROWNIE' MORTON.5. home )In Clearwater Sunday Monday where she will >
Furnished ment for rent. Adults oa"'. / wife. gu sts. ,
SALE against cuts snags breaks evening. to FSU.
$((25.OO month. Phone WA You aro hereby roqulr4. .. to ..11cw Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Woodruff Der Plaid Bead' '
Ideal .
modern 2 bedroom home per overloads or any other your written d f- .1 the Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thorn-
.*. :: and son. Kelly of Quite a crowd attended the WMo ...... "
located 4 blocks South of 9-1281. obovo pvacmd.f.Q. n this ad Tampa tin. David. Mr. Henderson Dur- oed .
ly road hazard. ...,. ....
Mrv o copy oftomey .an. 55. .visited Sunday with barbequed chicken supper heldat .
Court House for sale. It faces 22 tic for plomrltt, OOVM C. imnio.man evening rance. Wayne Dodd. Lou Ann Residential. 4V CemmerelalCentaett '
WM.O pomtottico oddrow (. P.O. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knight.. the Baptist church last Fri- .
Action and Mrs. L. O.
Street. Quick Truck Tires lagan. Mr.
Palmetto .
on efficiency. Nylon ,
TORRENT Furnished SON '029 Areadio ftorioo, on orforo day evening and the Hymn
desired. Mike Looser Administrator. >. trio I2rn day" of OcraborI9 Sgt. John Kersey of Parrfs Collins and Wanda enjoyed a Ary Llpple..tt. Electrtelen, .

I 901 N. Lee Avenue or Duplex unfurnished apartmentfurnished close 8/25-20 ................ $56..GO 4.pointf trio :.not.to Of for wnicn cloo proceodIrtQft o note- I island S. C. left Thursday. after barbequed steak supper at the Sing .-.5550..... -.sodss----

Arcadia, Fla. :. In. Call WA 8-8755 or Inquire 9/00-2O ................ $64.50 OOQO trom JULIUS EOOIf NORTON spending; ten days visiting Thornton home last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hay
32-tfc and BKONNIE HOMTON, his wale N with his Mr. and Mrs. to Lake Buffrum Sunday
parents. went
All plus tax evening.
at 601 North Monroe Avenue. prices HEAL i MAOOV of WoWtinaton. w v.,
o> fodoral Houcina Catsolss m,. Hrt I.Jess Kersey and lam y. Wayne Dodd of Fort Myers where they have a cottage.
48, 49. S* 31-p Sews. and sad ITCHINGLIKE I .
] FOR SALE Lake June Lots CARPERTIRE try doted the.s.pw 1 5tn day of'Mech. Mrs. Grace Smith and Jane and Lou Ann Hagan spent a Larry Hudson left Monday

2 SO ft. $3750.00 each. FOR RENT: Six rom suburban SERVICE 192' end recowled In Otfiotol Sord _. 1 Whidden of Arcadia visited couple of weeks with their to go to Leesburg where he

''Teams. Sandy Beach. Call 110 home Unfurnished Texaco Station Public' No. IO .of ot Poeo DeSote 5SI. County ofMecord 0. Sunday evening .with Mrs. grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer will go to Leesburg Jr. Col- MAD?

.9-4033.; : Recently! redecorated. $60 per Downtown : Florida'' and encumbering tne tol- I Zula Williams.Mrs. Thornton.Mrs. Cot this doctor's omtulaf

44WcI month. Phone WA 84034.BOtfc i Phone WA 9-6211: ma lowmo In ptupoity DeSare County.situata.Florida tying. and tawitVot bo.: B. W. HoHlngswortb Jr. Ola Croy. Miss Sylvia lege.Rev. Mrs. Davis Zemo speedily stops torment ef
tic Hayes
-------- ---- : IO Slack. I. ..,..-He e 4 externally ll caused
of Industrial Subdivision City of Arcajlto and two sons Bill and David of Fla. were dinner Itckteg..ef
.FOR SALE Six acres : I Prenpon. .
per Plot thereof recoroeaWn Plot and Mrs. E. B. Converse and dren of the Labor eczema minor skin irritations aroipoiaonous
Sarasota spent
property one mil FOR RENT: Large Commercial FOR SALE Used Gar Ranges Book: 4. Page* 4$ and SA. eftno guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.' F. insect bttes. Dfirroniiiai
south of Arcadia. 80 feet I Warehouse on North, In Good Condition. DeSote Public'. Hecorae of OeSoto I.son. Jimmy of Owens and Miss Day weekend with her Boggess last Wednesday. nerve endings. Kills rmlhans of..-

fronting A.C.L. Railroad. Priced DeSoto Avenue. Contact John Gas Company Phone WAlnut County AND.Ida.ootfi OAOCHCO. of Arcadia. .1 Louella Whidden of Bunker 1 parents Mr. and Mrs. Jesse face /iterms.Dotch" skis whit
I and
reasonable). Phone WA 8-8315. Turner WA 8-0571. I '-4501. 63-Ue Florida' true the Sirt day ot s.1964. ...-. spent Saturday In Sarasota.Mr. Kersey and family. Mrs. Gladys Cassady ZcaMi-Liquid or OtnUneos,.
fiOe SO-SIc' B. B. Boyer spent a few Mr. and, Mrs. Ruseel King Mrs. Roberta Thornton were
t FOR SALE White enamel Clark. .. Tno Circuit Court days last week In Miami on I and son.. Roy of Tampa spent In Port Charlotte Monday.

FOR SALE 2 Bedroom FOR RENT: Two bedroom 4-Bumer gas range. 402 N. Ooput"By ALPHA C""' CNTZMINwfO.Attorney a business trip. the weekend with his mother. Allen Capllng has been In YOU CAN GET

horn on 4 largo lots Close house 2 miles North of, Orange Avenue or WA 8-1M1. (VIDLIC. .. Mr .and Mrs. Hub Myert of I Mrs. Zula Williams. the Arcadia General Hospitalfor RELIEF FROMHEADACHE ,.

| lots of shade, orange and Arcadia. Contact John Turner .aotfc. DJ for HOLIOMAN P tomtit t Pompano Beach visited Sunday -! Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Daye of several days. We hope he

.In trees, priced right for WA' 8-8971. I P .O. Bo.. .I 1029Arc.da. morning with her parents, Lakeland spent Sunday visitIng & will. soon be back home. PAIN

i quick sale. 240 N, DeSoto 50-81c, SORRY SAL Is now a merry' PlydoSept.. .17.24.. Dc. I. "1944 Mr, and Mrs. Ed Knight. I her sister Mrs. Dillle Un -
Av. gal. She used Blue Lustre Mrs. Harold Ulley ad chll- derwood. STANSACK fives"" you FAST relief'

I .. --- FOR RENT: Modern all:' Rug and Upholstery. Cleaner. NOTICE OP IMTINTMWleilTt from puns of headache, eeurslfla.euritis. ,

FOR SALE 3 Bedroom. 2 new fully furnished apartment Rent electric shampooer $1.00. ftCTITIOUS" HAMS 5 Acre Tracts .and wines' pains' of artkrnis,.

:r< bath home, $1500 ecsilty. as- Utilities furnished. Arcadia Music-Furniture Store. ITATI or no.lOA LEGAL NOTICE. LEGAL NOTICE rtatumitUM... Becsese STANBACK
Adults only.. 644 North IIIlls- COUNTY or euoT 8 Ml lee Weet ef Arcadia Just tai".I el.dlrallyE.ppr.r.4
sums mortgage. Will trade for boro. TMt LINOtHSICNfO. doe horeby off .* 70. Lew Price ef 84M and prescribed Uipedienti fur fast
lets, trailer what have you? 50. 51. 52p certify that no w cenduitino) o Bar relief, you can take STAJIBACX' wit*
Phone WA : 60. 51. 82-p and Liquor Pockago Store unoer ttoefwtiti WHIHIA1. WBC 5pm1Mt' .ctu.IH.Lw.%mN..:.C.fP5. Pm. b.e.t __ dtl. per Acre with Small dews confJdeltce. Satisfaction parantMcll .t"-
B4091.BO. FOR SALE Citrus seedlings e name ot THS OASIS ot .... ;.t''
tn, 52. I le FOR RENT -: 8 room unfurnished Sour: -orange, lemort :::.r.rrWl.>. Be Mid> 719.bu.lne.Arcadia.i H 55.Her p..d baa, :11t1AS. 5555-4; ,!, ..oflw.o....... ire far._Md fwo.1 5p r.0 enrsatan-. SPPa..... be lrwdpue 30 .64.. _. payment excellent" term en T_ &*+ fltMef .a. 'T 1 *.

house. Adult. only bittersweet and cleopatra. et tfto ...__ pot_ ..t<... nuns IT Balance. aTANaACKv >*,
Few Sale New 2 bedroom house end Blou' ot .lO&.vtO..ir4. .P County Corr.mi.ilor.en: of Delate County. v
No pets. Call WA 8-7031. Fla.30SIP. A-Mtw"s13..foI- emw .- so tM fonowep: preperetlonrau '
Arcadia. W
New furniture. Price $ 49tfO George Rodgers P O Se< 211Areodlo. -lc'fV'a. SIC11PT:oIf.l'r''a:; .:.:. PlawlPONS Turner' Co. > ;vo....owe*
.8200 downblance $60 month. ftorido ,....- TO-'. CAT] BtCIIPTS APP. "OmiATIOM APPHOPftlATIOM Realty

No water bills or utility taxes. _. ---00 Trio oterementnnoa( *t> per party cent wales ftae e -I-- 18 N. Breverd. Ave. .

.)\\2 in miles north on U. S. 17. HOP WANTED WANTED In and to tne otoromentianoe. -buetne OmamL.w'..ilri44f 0(6air .n odu o0m: 12'.5I7.J4we WA ...401

..0WjlCall WA 85253. --- j./s.N the ...._.... .t the abw.me.d .. toe .ppr ed /. Nan ..... 'S4Gphstdrl.sI.c 30 Zk lSd fled
NI'' 112.000.00
GOlfer perry 5. s551y t.P. CI'
HELP WANTED Young WANTED The Arcadian Is Circuit Court in and forloni b1s5C.1rwy : r.c.IN. b ..eeu0.f 7.000-00 --

..._4t single man for field and office Interested In all Arcadla- I PIr I to_._.... I... sod t.IKa..55..5.N .p.wit.d N "wte.r" p:--2, V7.3. ,,1000.00 IOOOOOFe.te.nye .

) FOR RENT work Chance for ad- BeSoto County residents. It >gflitJt..fa= Oe31.*L..5PtWSTNSS M N en'sod .. ...a. Coe e1e5..
vancement. 2 It West Oak St. It Ida -Act* at l.4l, JOHNSON'S TREE SERVICE
Item Jot
have news .
you a my hone ttwe 34 day' .. '.7.5.02 4.2U-U
Arcadia Fla. mall U to feet Office I 44. Pu. I .
t d.wn and Auauet.
Iron WIMT .r.rnlsh.d aeart- : 11>4,OJ .n > 'u.uo Tress mogged Remov.'d i
48-tfo l TON : Feexllng
box The Arcadaaa.Ar.edfa. \:::"Xi .. .ml.n
870. .
rj Law r rns.W NN
....-.. Private bath. Covploeonly. -".J.. 6146 -
.or Stop an at our of- % be o iprea>.lot.. to P. eiin for. Trees Trimmed Tree. Surgery Cobeling '
3 blocks from downtown. WANTED Man or womanfor i l.r jenc ee '1.7915. 7.797.5' f
,Alt utilities furnished. 830 per newspaper delivery reute. lice :208 Vest Oak Street. TW IM..TMI..TMUCMCIAL ciscurr Cove C"CU'JI.e* Tilt W Done Mad .....-4'" deY 'r S BOAAO Of) C'OuN COMMISSIOMEMSDCSOTO Firewood i

meath Paoa WtV g-4705 or Good h."".. Writ. File 2.3. the 48-shop ANeoe Bftovo cowMtT.rieVe.iaAIM COUNTY

'I WA 8-231. 11-"81 Arcadian. TO BUY ::'-Acetyl-aem Welder MOTKI CMAMCSMT'TO 4ff ISVtfl ATTUTl, M NYd w. T... ... 0. tern... Cnalrmon Licensed and InsuredALL 1

SOp In Phone WA PSANSLYPs! TIUlCY HAIL .. ....."." .. ...., WORK GUARANTEED
good shape. -.f'
... "... coo of County C.e rnieiien. n well m.et on 1eti eii biz ,... 144 ofOO C
'PAINFUL COR! S? -- I-I ue. lIAP0 L. HAItU '. A. M. ... mo Coinmiieiiiiwt: ._ Court ........ OoSato County, fer .. .
MJSC FOR SALEM SOp DeteIN .. *?*?? =! jrr: -.*?jgs. TVeT:-'*", -"*."*"*.*.."*.". """''_* toMOi. Serving Central Florid' .
THi HAMS OS TMt STATf OT Route I. Box: SOS Arcadia Phone WA 84245'TIMB

''RELIEVES PAIN AS 'To BUY Cheap house or 'L IDA: MAIDS ....... IwtI $.rt. 10. 1.44 PAYMENT PLAN TREK: : ESTIMATES: < .

IT DISSOLVES CORNS AWAY FOR BEST TIRE BARGAINS land to build on for cash I-IA.NLd ie: 2044 oe lolteei.,, tewrtj TIM,0.CC Vlo!t45HTT.10a19A Y0e.1 CovaT wANe SHOP ARCADIA FIRST 1 I
Poea Se l. .
I-Nwl I die Carper near Arcadia. Irefers Cett__ nit MO6ATM .
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I. 1' e.y..e, w..a, ..... .. Tire Service) uptown Texaco sire*. Write the Arcadian 'YOU ASS HtMBV NOTITItO. -tnofftlo NAaY 1/5S. 1 1.Y... <<(:'A\iD ISTA" 01
'.:.:\\1-!f/# .. ._ ..... Station. WA 8-5111. File No. 382 Arcadia. Florida s1.. per e1... .e -.e.r:: 5Ce ,: C515570-
.....0. "__.M all.-- tie 50-51P -a.w ass. You .soh Nye, e.. Peyrornd Before buy 4-wheel. drive.
S Y HAILIt t Ito Cscu55= Court sod m.dmd N P55e ..vslot. you .
N N. T.Mf l. J.d..55 C..1., wend .. sM d..t.r1d d.wh -. d ,
FOR SALE = 57 Ford Pickup> ter. oioto. c--". PMad.S. see .._ of 1_ ho'. ...- see
LEGAL NOTICE .. -.... -n uw.p .d. oMOd of Hots., S. LaM..y _...... ,, -
Truck only I45OOO. Carper Mal cs. Jrourto .P.-a of Iwo of 0.1...
JOHN PARKER Tire Service. Cal WA 8-8311: ...swot a 551.::.. fn* c.w..w .Ec-- .... ."... we .... .
,.- -' ew r REALTOR! .'-1Oc IM TMJ ciscwrr COPS' *._ TMSTWIlfTM entitle* couee ..tne. ettxe..tne C>er_ .wfl.w w --- w.fl.w b0.. .... t / : Al
IWOHtlAi IM et tne <-cu.t Ceur M and ter Oe. of MN psAtdN.w N 01.en.a 'Sr.
fee botO count. ILde/DA Se*. County.: Fiendo. at fte afticoM le.N,.
.> HOMES ONOVI* FOR SALE Pancola crassfor A" : P a 50.s.1d owl
14 C-U : .... Court plflA.c.dis... Dolite be w .M.sO end sods ... ..... Nt.tlwn.
RANOHI8 hay or planting. See :' Fl rma en or keVetn. P .44.55 sMas NtM
h t; J. W. Brewer or Plane WA At 1C t PAYSAALIT. XW. dov .5 Sea*: .... a SPas e_ snd ,,wMf ... .w1. "
Center P&ewoeot'. and to save a com of .uct o.ee sMrs. s. d. 0.
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Nr .5. d .0 wet ..
I set Oek es/..N.rt" D..... I .'-1Op i'SS0. .. I :orty: Mwew J N.aw T.'r.t. ill' sod nsootot.w .. .-. ..
Aresela PH. WA e.,,", atAuv.NOtCI o* suert0 Paw N. ="A... i.1d Msoas, .196.:- ..., .. ............ A.D.

FOR SALE Pineapple and fMir, astral ? .pee. J"l. JANITA pl UPSGIa + p 9
Valencia Hue on Rough I1IC P ___Ad.Sera. [ s.N .... h..sdws. 11 ,sec "i| Isos.e .f .... I.I... N IMnvWilSr.w
-- pa.' ..,. Iris.-. PS 4<1 55ttop. _
FOR'SALE Lnnon rootstock. Virus free. ... .Mr-d -.wt -- ... hits. ... '-. O. meArs0.s
Certified Nematode free. 8I.M ar.1rJ.rA..vt" MowmMd .5tars _. v1.N "''-- .. "-
; -- -- ..... '"- +. LridsAttn.
CHECK THIS each. Ph<*.. WA 8-ITU. JehnA. I ""..... 5555 1.A a d..M.w NM lot .......... '
,I Reynolds. AM N151ev NOtlPtfO* w>offe .ruse N Ow..n.rty -"hb.. ... I.57.$4. Oct. i. f eNssvce 700f rier
C.m.ww Ol'' e'"o noe S-a /w..1. yew and Ino. .iee O.3 Bedroom Frame Home. /$-pFOR OMOin t .. orX rear oro to.V ot iio Ce..t t1. wn.H nve em. PiNe v1. raeeiarri -- -
na.d -- a -eoy awntuted M Nt. Cmwrt C- ted P.d.s. 5..5.r0.s. t ..
S Kitchen Furnldhed.' BALK :: is.. 1-' rA.PM.M ltM TeeMwt .luitiltal Cevuif U c- N C.. of At.eO Pm
1939 Chevy. : siN".w,. IOMr4"T. \TOfV, *e* D Seo Ceynty, Sande and ini< t xau'.j' To. 5s w1.V
Good condition. 11. Will e-: .- Heteinal ...... BwAfVo) u. .w .. .... 55 P..1., .i t w0.5 4 4eI
S Air Coadltloner. PSre- a.w) .... tteo er o .1. 1w .a..r eMna CAv e drive trucks
finance. Call J. W. at 4-vvt pickup
Hasty nat AMY e. Nedi** .. nve Ottwe 5:144 5P.N Mw P..1 .4 *. *ko = l04. 0> 2 > ,
a Two Porches WA 8-8101. of w o CMT at Oew Cawetof ... Be ewes .send 1..l we w M ..,.
D ee CewM f>w* ta or too.twVVne .i Pew Powawtwa w..N so h... M.A. Sea. don N 17 j r4 : M
e | Acre Good Land _50.. I4rn My of O, ,cMw.. l.4>4 e.awi A0.M4M: site Cdy P..1 .5. I Jdai. : .
., 515005. : t
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a \ FOR SALE: Movie.. Camera c- ... ... -- ... apseP..5 CUMJltll t M 04 .o.nt.v.aSits: 5 ......1C
j Citrus Tree .sa. P ..... dr'w1.s.d tii c .p. c.7Ntu -. ...... w '"h'... w
Kodak. Brownie Turret os none and oval of P.- 0 Coty ._ .. ._
4 Yeers Old. Has fast 1-'" lens opemtag.Take pls ANI) CII 0lSDA m-en. .... Cl-. .P seal Caw. and ..>. eeolof ., C1.P.s.s .. ..... comparelALMITTON I
iN. e1. .. w.w.d. wiaf_Cewt i CValm S. CE it
Good Well normal wide ./..'..T...- 5,.... .wMis3M.1 of A.e1 W :: -J =
photo Shots 828 WA 9-4258. .. A"AHT t.W N .. 0. 55.4.ISIAU r .- "osia.0. ..rywfwM54.w
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Out of Town. lOp ti: : C c-. o.s., OHts .4 h CaY -= -aM M
hdANRMN40q lad me .0.A e" M
Only $6,500.00 FOR SALE Two Boston cIr_ :..n...... I 11.. alts a. wr..10.r
I nlAL) --. .
Terrier Bull pups, male and N \11445).s4 / 0.... it0e
..Phone WA 9-1521 ,__le. Four weeks old. Phone r JP.. .- ..... 91.. P :.o-bo : I tJ. ,.o Sww,
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TO SEE WA .-..,. y.. 5 AAow. ..--..IAu Car ..:rr
80-81 A.-s...:,: leult.. s,,. I. ,... .. ar. fees 3.l0IP.-im Sept >..* Lee

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Owe ata4.....*. k_mo ..Hi" see eer. aM ee..si s< ....k. I Quality Work"Reasonable
lee.," .. BII.r. '. H.lf Acres and k...,.,.... lead..... '

Will eell fee .000 fvr..*.f.e.. *f> ....... ..,._....... Prices .

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