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Title: The Arcadian
Uniform Title: Arcadian (Arcadia, Fla.)
DeSoto sun herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: DeSoto County Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Arcadia DeSoto County Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Arcadia (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- De Soto County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- De Soto -- Arcadia
Coordinates: 27.2175 x -81.86 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 13 (Jan. 9, 1925).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579554
oclc - 33424602
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System ID: UF00079901:00040
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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If you're fish hungry here' our City IbtV TORYi
a good chance to sate your
appetite and do a good deed OCT 2

[fat the Oddfellows same time fish-fry.. patronizethe Sat. National and State Award Winning Newspaper : )

I Oct 3rd, 5 p.m. to 8 pjn. Its
[for under-pnveled kids. 12 Pages 10 CENTS Arcadia. Florida. Thursday. October 1. 1964 Volume XLI. No. 1 0 r _

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Familiar sights around town:
.. f Strolling pre-season tourists .
'Senior citizens arguing politics 49
Square Miles
under the "Tree" .School
. to eat lunch up town Big
Boxer dog from the fish mar- Dcpr. Area
l ket waging for the traffic -
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.n Elderly apple on change0 be man the had street-stopping picked to offer only reporter Put Construction $'s To Work .Here.|,,I Mid log the Nocatfti fire today 49 service square Cobb that Fire plans miles president to Department approximately fur ut &iVI Do: ut--


52 hours "at sister'sin
ago
my SoW County .i:uth of the Arcadia -
Connecticut. He had given .
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city limits
r.. are well) under -
away about three bushes in .; r "' ." '''oo'';! New Telephone
., way The hold-up In the
the same manner. 52 hours,
there and back is good ariv- i .i:;; ,( ", Books Arc Out equipmfut r>erciry: for openIng -
I, 1' the Nocattif department
tune In anybody's league. P.S. .
* ) Ir dUI0 Hurricane Dora and
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I The apple was good too. ,,
Donald McCord local man 1
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. tr -0- ,' alter of the Inter-County Tele
) Civil Dfon.
-t.' e pn>cesKlng.
Romance Dept.: FFA boy ( <
phone Company reported that The Nocstre
naming his pig after his girl r I the new directories for the by the Nor.tr group Civic sponsored Club.

,friend. Donna Sue. ,:'1 Arcadia. Howling Green Ft and backed by DrSoto IKxant \,
-0- Meade, Wauchula and Zolfo of County Commissioners and Arcadia Ffn Department member (left to right)
Watch for the announcementof er Spring areas have been mailed the DeSolo, Civil Defense office Mlle lIullinjTKWnrth.' A-aUtnnt Chief Leamon Tom-
the Farm Bureau Supper to subscribers. The new directory have about 30 volunteer lin+un. Dick Privrtt. and Chief Iceland Camma e.
which will be held Oct. 27.
has an .attractive: n flrmeru. Training will tand ht' hlo the
Alan Ccpeland president has begin as City new truck Kire Prevent
cover featuring a picture: of
soon aa equipment is available ion Vfk i.i October 4th to loth.
aready announced that Sena- "Danny Dlalfone**, the firm's J
tor Doyle Carlton will be on trademark and Illustrations of Th. Qrpartmcnl will receive (A Sonny Carlton Photo)
hand to discuss the amendments the various types of communication
that voters will be (Continued" un page 4-A) Fire
devices available from Prevention Week But
asked to vote on in November .1 aani the company.Mr. 1:
More information will be announced McC..rd. cautioned tele I

later. phone users that the directoryIs Voting Books to Year Round Job To Fire Dept.
-0- not for official use until
Members of the First Bap* Ocober .. This Is due to a Close Saturday,
|i list Church will have their problem of timing In making The Introduction of the member Assistant Fire Chief, LeamnnTomllnson. +;
i i> Sunday evening cervices at aotrte number changes in our Oct.. 3 at 5 P. M. of the City Fire Department was born May 34, .
9OO: V. M. starting with next plant for some subscribers,** .. coincides: neatly with 1.13 and has been with the .
Sunday. This change of hour he said. Withonly three days left 'to Governor Farris Hryant'a proclamation >> department' for eight years. t
has proved very satisfactoryin "If any telephone company register to vole In the November of October 4 'through II. was married lit 1033.. and \
many places, and First Baptist customer doea not have the frd general .11".... Chile 10 .. Fire l..v"nUonV..k.. he soil hla wife. Thelma have
k will give It a try The new directory by October I. I Harman' County Supervisor of and Fire Chief Inland Uamnt- ala I children They.... First I
r Training Union will move up suggest thy call our officeat ,VegUtratlon. reminds the pufcUtfft ... urges 'that' the people of let t.-uit Tomllnson of Oer* .
: to 0:00: P. M, followed by theh WA -J4SI I and we'll aee that hie office will be Arcadia take a look around many Aln. Charlotte 'Drown,
'i Ycuth Choir, the Evening Meal that they get one." Mr. Mo- upon Katurday until 8 pent on their' home for lire hatards, of Arcadia, Mrs. Opal IlrOwn.Charleston .
and Youth Fellowship. Sounds Cord said.John ., the closing day., October 3rd. and eliminate them. ft. c.. ITeston. of I
like a good arrangement He also said 'that Friday According li> stalUtkf. Chief Charleston. Crowley of Furt

...) -- .i afternoon, from I until ft parr* Oammaie points out altruistII lived Tease. and Robert, a A
This. TilE ARCADIAN your .. a registration booth will be ,Sou Americana will die In junior In DeSoto High School. .
Hometown Weekly invites Hodges .. maiutaarwd'in' front ul Kwik fires this year. and at least six (Continued on page 4-A)
you to observe with us National Chak on Urevara. and urges times that number will suffer
Newspaper Week Oct. Receives Award'for th...C.all who are qualified to painful and oft.n disfiguring
11 through ISth. This week \V. E. (Slim) MeAnly. general! conI..eft to right MeAnly, Turner V. C. unrr..UUrd to Injuries from fires. State
Fla.
proclaimed locally and nationally tractor. Jimmy Turner vice president (Moie) Hollinir-worth. V. C, 111.. and Achievement votetut-are their.. names.. on The best fire prevention la GroupTo
we re-assert one of of Arcadia Motors, Inc.. po e with V. C. Jr. V. C. Ill In confidential ad t the ....... common teiwe safety preeaut. Meet
the basic American Heritages three generation of Hollinnswortha visor to the group. The DeSoto County Chatter Hsymait.said. that his office<<: Ions," Chief (pammag acid Friday

..the right to a free press at the cite of the new home of A of the. American J'e.t'''Crusemet baa a .... of 3000 voters tu A m....... of the Florida .
"...th. RIGHT tf> .: """ Thursday, Splcrn antUi. ..,..J'egie' ,At< _.>MaN.t..C.w n"" Csuotly4vt'Iboortbt'JI; } ,'*" ..
' ih.9dj I 3lottln.,!ncA.. Sou ttwjlpevard, ] h +tMBennp'CarttOWMtoto,-or-w lWrlIA -'++*tnt 1tMe. rmplojrment: ,"Association,
'WWe a 'Tb"Kieod.ar;wl ..
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ty. Appr to>MileIy 10O abeaA
.. wee elected Vice-chairman. n, I>I3. and has lived all hie has been annuwneul. for Friday ,
?to funks pause." at because this time If It weren't to say Just an indication el construction Located on' South Brevard' lawyers who have recently Chairman Ralph Cochran read! and tee balluts.. have been sent out life tier*. II. hat two sons, nJ.hi, October 2Iact..1 '
reft .UtlOfta least
are at
for each and every one of work now In proi Street the building U situateden moved to Arcadia to live. rkoth the names of the following ..p.pnllta aoo above the Duncan and I lamp, by Ma first the Arcadia Armory si 7''' 4spjn
you It woud be Impossible to grew In Arcadia and throughout a lot with 410-feet frontage Brown and Vincent Hall; who passed their Water May primaryregistration wife. He was rrmartlett" inIfet. according to R. It. John
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publish this. newspaper. the county ls the 17.000 and Is about 4OOfeet la the Negro" gymnatortum to be Safety tests and received' Chief O.m...... became ann, president.Johnaon .
He la .
being sedated, In hU"
a memlier' of ,the Arcadia Fire urged all membersto .
square-foot building on S. Bre- depth. The used car department certificates/ .tInstructor
YOU ark this newspaper. completed at the beginning of office .
by Virginia. McCall and
I Department tn IMO. and hla tie Regular meeting
vard. that will bebe new will be located An thelout basketball ls Course: WUUam present
Continued being
( on page 4-A) season. .
urges that the ., .blc.!(
home of Arcadia Motors. Inc. ) end of the building and built Jointly by City Countyand Bentley, Miss Jacqueline Duncan and. be slgn up I uncle, Herbert. Oammage. was are heM the first FridayIn t
The new building should be the ne wear lot located oa the School Board at a coat of Shelley Water,, and MISS! counted. fire, chief here. many years, each' month. I
completed by the middle of north end.Other appro slmaely S7S.OOO. Amelia Ann WI otcMft.
DeSoto Gun
Club
, November, according' te V .C. construction>> work a. Nearing he half-way com Junior Life Saving Water
j Sets Date ForSightingin (Mode) lIoWn worUa. Sr, bout the city Includes a new pletlon mark the Arcadia Safety; Mike Unit Sam Craft.
: company president law office building on North Housing Authority's" two pro Lynn llelllagsworth. Pat ...*
You might say we are over Urevsrdt a coat of tlS. K>; >ecta. one In the nonwaltesection Curd Yvonne McCormick tt.th.nd
Day building** IlolUngsworth said The building ia fur two new and one In the white flush Tracy tteett.
but we are planning ahead section at Ollchrlst East End Advanced tWglnner SwUn ,
ntirc
The tint d 'y 4 .4
In
'sighting day for the capacity we expect In Addition. U being built at a swore: Don McO rd., Tereaa 1'Y
for local hunters and sportsmen the 1t1cra.aW.. are that sure School Fitness cost of nearly a million dollars. (Continued en page 4-A)
,. to ready their guns for of ofArcadia's future." .

been the coming set for hunting Saturday season and Sunday .has The new bulging'will house And Health Aim A new locker: building at the [ ; l:[ (_40Mt f e'taf' +v ; r4 it

October 31st and November the parta and service ,departments high school football>> field la Postal Delivery
lat It was announced here offices and showroomsof Of State Meet another city project while out
today ,by Larry Lawrence the Chervolet de.aTh.. In the county work will soon To Be ExpandedFor
.
president of the DeSoto County building cost alone Is set ..t.to.ooo Plans for a renewed. ""pM.ltJa get under way fur the con
.f Gun Club. $ and when completedand ala. on .... and fitness infr3oto .true-turn of a badge ever Joe ChristmasLonger
Lawrence urges that all dub furnished will be approximately County _hoo.. was bus Creek on the airport road
members and any Interested a 100.000 Investment announced today by Hugh and the stretch of reed be* poet office window .
pepy meet with the Gun Clubat FlAad .. County Superintendent ween Highway XI aa l Highway hours ..pe....... .service and
1M'shooting ranee' on Tucker "We plan to have the latest of Public Instruction" who 17 Mat p..es the Nora' large-ersle .tension of the
Road.; ene mile east of Not and truest modern In servicing aid the program araa a part tee achet will get e stew, wl. ZIP-ea.Jiil pane) post speedup
ate,. and bring their shotgunsor equipment for all makes ofcars of a statewide movement that teoad .....,_. The HrewNvtllebridge are planned for ChrUtmas.Peetmaeter .
rifles. as well as ChervoUts. will be highlighted at the an* beerun donee time ago i..taring General J.ha> A.
The local Club with abouttwentyfive Holllngiworth said. nual county .-,perln.ndftluI townptetloaAlmost Groneu.M ..... advised.. the .ao'r
members, la a member Contractors for the bulling to be held .t the everywhere yeu aeetraee .local FMtmeeter, Oerd n John-
of the National Rifle Asa-are Ponderoae. Inc.. a local I Unirerwty of Florida. to bulMaaers. n..... and sos
elation and has done much tn contracting group made up of Gainesville Thursday October trucks loaded with and ergravef. Mr, Oronouskf eutllned U*
the county to promote gun Jimmy, Turner. Clyde and V. .. and with theee ....... the Arcadia postal head, ""..
safety. It aw sponsors a Junior C Molliagsworth. W. E (Slum) To institute this health program men working tndustrtauslyeure me>er ...., step he has taken
Oun Club far boy up to W AnJy. general contractor, is in Ftortda erhooto the a sign ef pregreas l. anyecaanty -for. the beet Christmas mall ,
IS years ef ate teaching the handnng the protect. (Continued .. page 4-A) ....... the ....... ServUea haseve. it td11(1ul ti.Isr. ,
proper method ef handlingguna bed-
In sport shooting er huntIng. I. &........ pout. office win.

The Junior Out* now has OLDTIMER MYSTERY PICTURE . NO LONGER MYSTERY dew. hour D-. t. M *. a..er
about fifteen members and ad rw.w.y sry the) level pork
Lawrence asks that any boy sudsier. .
Interested" la Joining to contact t. A siadar week 01 JI
...... Albert Carlton Correct Choice f-r parrel part daSce.'Ice. !..
The ascend. date set for .l.a.< .. a ....., eeek.X. .
-ai tiaC.4... win be the weekend Cmpt.*.... by Nov. I efr You IOKK' : .M what John e*. Chamber of Commerce president( ( .
November 1 and. at*, Par ...ms. III eC ZIP Cade parcelfcsoaHa 'n'-I.' ........ when .h. points' 'to .the. Hill Channel'. and F>.4..Gradr, chaIr.
its hard .. foe!) the ...* c ...d of Miami and M.Kiaef > .... was .... fer his fine
eats are urged to see> that theirteenagers timers AJM te terrectly .....* Orals Mrs Cven VhTut wgtaa.. .,.... sad sass a ...., .. at aml 1M mere ps.we ,rectal' Chamber vf Commerce man of the a.irn !faoimltta. look. on.
ineUe' the teatelaatrurueai tify tt week's mystery man aa Miami and Mrs. DorvUiy IseOol in tie aspen/. ....r. -'satltaasl ssstwr pae4 .,,... .,.ne at the. tlljr a four main entranc- (A ftonnjr tarpon'bolo)
tn gunhandliag I before Albert Caelteat was Mrs. Aareate Taylor ef Arra4 a. ....... ..r1MNa.1. er ae. isd mallt as.end -
letting them Into the w....*.. 12 S DrS.e Are. As a rung meat Mr. Carl .,.... ......t puwvtdes4 raworatverr
woods to huat.For Mrs. Wals will race a All .... fefe lke. .... Wee> a wr .. M fades w ...... USDA Gives To
detailed mfermaUoei say. a-mcnthe swherrtptiae) ta thepeper r. .>nr sod ntrws m*.,. words | perteta wHit ZIP eede.a Four C Of C Signs Go
ef the Dub officiate. Lawrence.as t.ueh. b t.e 'geed a.. days" Phase I s+d II. ........ DeSoto School
p er Jerakd. T. Oar ember 2+0. 1T .. rural De .a T ahaag leer a. .... Me a4 U. .......... aeawsU. sad Lunch
..... secretary tr eauri r, may See Cewnty .... "-..ee> .>* t&J ...... sue tattle ...a] ...... .... activated Laois ZIP sad.. On Main Program
be cnt.et.d. Me fatter was Jerkins Cart* %.utay, .....a, rMiavg a fc...e --c an ......... by 11.01. Up Highways F"ail ,...t"ed, b y the De
... .. gnaws--.1 1M sass.wLi .,,:If' beg fc-. t- .*.... t.....c.4 1, T1w IM M ...... 111 w .war Mae& bench degas
Alittrmn Cantor .< farelhtry. yee0 -.-. 'ae.sa7' afeetse ........ ."..... uNA ,ees. e4 Mead.h palticup.iks la}' the
LL Carttim 1..* sue flea .1rn j- ,.say.es $1 .. M annum.tat Tae, cf ... II algae laxereMi .. ,.. ......... peo titu.c Ar arie..aat ....lv 'of, lunalwttow prv
afar ....< wtth: pvtPrker w.Joac: :: si an.i.... node, ether eau ....., aw ur ....c amdarstey ,, ..... .a ,... a.- of b.. Alarladkls grow ssrowlb the Untiedaf
Weather .. ........... at .. ......... ......... D -1
a4 rrrrae Lett WhM.for. .... oseg age b. .at s151f.taO.q t*..... ess-- .sri..e sawit swwa.fM. Cfcr a4 M At> +pe Agrt
J M .... Ie esa.aJw.d by ) wader hive ies a ufw. r.+.eaer .111 bee .. aw W sown ...,.... .. A e dfcs .I.'" ,,-4. run MM BMS* _....t. wore. 4,71 t. pound. at
Report wan Ie b sq ... Lys en- -a-. .... 'rpflf lee MI.c grow in opwMaSs be .eIy. sir ..... .... tug IK** wee*. i.....l ....ai. .ter. est fair .......... __en Ial are ftww deader --.r.. in lanew in bhr ...... ....-...... ... Peed (hest. "'.(..,... e...i..ti.li..... They Axe Joey I I. putt through June
w.... Jw 11. 134 era n sd ........ of a leer .... monger. ,. ., aw...... gatmaaerMId .-u..r" .. 4f .. Ck..... ofC were crested. .. Mw. Mr .tm.*a, 3.v !.*.. H wee report.hove
(C* reay WAPO .....lKAeM Mesa .raise wee In .... ...aJ. wh tar zir Cod.. ..er.e.. '........... ..setit. tee, end .e.*. .*. ........, tS, 5.515, Sow She a"... a* the
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THE AKCADl&TO: :flrlarTifr. Flririflifl Thursday October 1. 1964
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;4 I 1i 8IT-CHAT'" W 'News' of DeSoto, \Voin.e r i



; 4 -Sul. .
1 Serviceof i Officers For
W.S.ofC
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'r ," Survey: ,to Find Children Calvary B. M. I
M.E.C
'Members of the Junior'Womans Club started a survey W Trinity .,e The Women's M .

16 find children Wednesday morning, Sept. 30. and will w Met r r. Union of the Calvar t B; n

continue: the drive until October 10th, who are eligibleto TuesdayThe R : M Church met on Monde. v ':,

attend. kindergarten. If :you happen not to be at Womans i e September 21, 1964 in ;
home when called Upon, or, by mistake were omittedin Christian Service Society was host o r I tat Hall of the Chur, 1 1I
r" kn
the C*JlVaJIS"i please call Janene. Norton VVA 8-8241. on Tuesday' Sept. 22, to Mrs. !! In addition to the .
or arty one of the Junior Women Junior Avers, Mr*. ClnlorVreniland # mission study progru
This clank wilt be of ftrreat:' 'help to-all pro-school: child in and Mrs Ellen I cers were elected and ,
f' ren so parent sign your children for the class. I ; f Smith district ,A letter From Ixnriek HoHzewdorf Bradentcn. the new church year

t .;CUm, Ilayman, Supervisor of Registration for De- Mrs. Paul Kemp presided: .t 1 + : The next regular : ..'.
I I Soto County received the following letter this week the meeting and welcomed 50 t 1 will be held on bound;.,
from LorrcJo members and guests. 1'a 5, 1964 at 7:30: p.m. ..t ., ;

I Dear'Cline:.- Thank 'you very much for your courtesy I Mrs.\ Junior Avers who was h r K TeI I I time the following off.., ,

in),sendirlg me an application' for an Absent Elector's Introduced by Mrs J. A. Simmons 4 r ''over committee their chairmen duties for s"?,.i.!

I 1 Ballot for the General lotion to be held Nov. 3. 1964.I presented two impressive I year: Mrs -Chester R :;.
'. am planning to.Teturn to the United State on October book studies "The ChristIan r President; Mrs Edda. A

5th but if I find that I shall not be in Arcadia on Perfection" by Francis Vice President; Mrs\ j p",
Election Day. ,1 shall ''mail the application BO as to receive Penelon. and "The ChristianWV e frw West. Secretary and 'r".., ,
7 7 the ballot; .. AI and Nell Bridges Holding "Open House" -by Evelyn UnderhilL l 1 r.; Program Commute ;l"

i The1' Vice :Consul) complimented 'me when he certified During the noon hour a man. Mrs. Donald Ell<'r !'.
.ballot for, the Second Primary saying that too few IUIMMUM and fellowship hour ia i-- locations, Mrs. A. P. II.,;'
jny '
II Open House Last Friday Sept. 25 was the Y L I worth Community ,
Americans+took the'trouble to vote.. Voting is an obli- I enjoyed by group. ; Mi.
i that-each' citizen owes his country. Nonvotershave Mrs. I. t>. Eller. Sr ;>
Ration
At AI and Nell Arcadia Stationer Committee Mrs. Mmtoti. t
.tI e t i' i I'
Ii and all ,
no right to complain., .tjst regards" good I ere Mrs.\ M. E. Russell 'M

wishes, Sincerely. AI and Nell the Arcadia Sta. tae stationary, napkins, and Sub-Debs Met Study', Mrs. Chester nld'. t 1

Lovick S. Iloltzendorf.t I tioners held "Open House" last most any thing :your heart de Stewardship Mrs Ru>
: Friday and the Clay was s great Children's home Mr,..
t .,* 1 certainly agree{ with Lovick. Voting In. a privlledge success. sires.Mr.. and Mrs. Bridges are I With Linda BevisThe mie Holling*worth.; Pub;:

\ ;; and I cannot imagine any one not interested enough to Nearly 300 signed the guest grateful for the cooperation of I Annual dress-up meeting Mrs. Peat West and Mrs i L

take advantage of thin opportunity to voice their book during the day. Each friends and suppliers In making ,, of the Sub-Debs was heldMonday sM { Newton.We .
I I guest received a package of their "Open House such were happy to wet r
e preference. night of last week
i matches Inscribed with Arcadia a success.: Mrs .Margaret Morgan *.
with Linda Btvls' at the home .
Cards From Our Travelers Stationers 26 W. Oak I I visitor and hope she will .
M 3 W Oak St
.I in Gold letters and a gift box come a member of our gAll .
1 A card from the Harry E. Miller's who are touring of coasters. 1 1 The new members were adies who are mt......
I the Ozark Mountain\ Said they had just gone through Floral Arrangments were Local I Women : present. The main topic of business in mission work and study

Arcadia. Missouri, and became real homesick for dear sent by Christ Building Supply was explaining the rules cordialy invited to attend
old Arcadia, Florida. They plan to arrive here about Reed's Jeweers. Lina Holtzrndorf. Assist 4th Dist. and by-laws' of the SubDebs.The meetings.
November first. Orow Ifelnt. Lois new members were also I

.' Then<< a card from my traveling friend Ethel: llerr Daughtrey's Hobby-Craft Shop. Officers Tr. Sch. told plans for the initiation
First Federal Savings and which was to be on Saturday N. Hillsboro'
from Chicago. She flew by jet from Memphis, and is I nitht. Sept. 28.
r having a grand time. Had dinner the night before at Loan, Florida Power and LiptCompanY' Mrs. W. L. Mattlson and I
Mr. and Mrs. Gammon Witcher
Mrs. Roy Dahlem George Church
Trader Vic's. the Palmer House that Following the business meetIng Baptist
.. the famous Mrs. A. D. Mlgliore spent ,
and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mc-
refreshments
t
were served -
brings to Chicago the atmosphere, food and splendor Tuesday' in Clearwater assisting .
Innls of Bradenton.Many Honors Pastor
by the hostess
I to the following
j :' of the South Sea Inland, with the finest Continental friends from over the with the Officers Train members: Mrs .Mary Bonnie Templeman is Bride
cuisine. Ethel said the food was most delicious. In* School of the 4th District
state and out of the state Andrews sponsor Sue Bassler. .
Women of the Church Westminster I Of George G. WitcherMisa Members of the North Hi.!
Household Tip for the Week ,telephoned congratulations. Presbytery.Mrs. Lew Sassier, Pam Cross. boro Baptist church hunoi,
I Refreshment tables wereplaced :Ann Fletcher Judy Dlshong. their pastor. Reverend Vcr
1.-Put a little vinegar in water and soak slightly I in the back end of the MatUson as Synodical Patricia Boggess. Steffany Templenun.Bonnie. of Morehcad Rae< Templeman daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy on Flegle. with a burp, t
Treasurer held Kentucky, became the bride of
wilted vegetables. if you want them crisp and fresh. store .Coffee and doughnuts treasurers and secretaries.a class Mrs.for Wells Diane Montgomery Gammon Witcher I son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Witcher George, of Birthday party on Thur".1nleht. I
2.--If your food has been salted too much stretch a were served during the mornIng Mlgliore as Presbyterial chairman Shannon Stainbsook. MarthaJo Arcadia Florida, in a ceremony solemnized August 29 in the :ept. 24.
hours, and cake and punchin Hill Jayne Dozier Linda First Church of God Moreh ad. .
wet cloth over the cooking pan containing the food. of Personal Faith and Van Between 73: and 100 mabers
the afternoon. The tables Meter La Retta Yar- The Reverend John
Conley
performed the double-ring ee small amount of white flour the cloth and guests gatheredthe
Sprinkle a over Life
Family conducted
a period bcough. Cindy Deris Traditional
were beautifully appointed Wright mony. wedding music! was presented by Mrs. Keith .
and let it stand for several minutes. and presided over by Mrs. of Instruction for that Kathryn Provau JoNell Bennett Huffman, organist and Mrs.\ Jack McBrayer. Church for this happy ."
Caroline Campbell Mrs. Ann group. and Helen Bretton. Given In marriage< by her father' the bride wore a dressof casion
Fall Hoard Meeting of F. F. of Women's Clubs Mlnoughan. Mrs. Connie '. --- white lace over satin, the fatted bodice fashioned with a row The refreshment table a
Meyer of tiny buttons in front and long sleeves edged with lace the ..
at decoratrd with fern and fJt
Mrs.\ Jane Whldden.) } president Mrs Rupert Smith. and Mrs. Jim Bennett. Family Reunion Held wrUts. A satin ring trimmed with pearls held her short veil. ers. A beautiful ,
Birthday
Mrs. Glenn; Ebcrsole and I went to the Fall Hoard meet Nearly one hundred dollarsof She carried a white prayer book topped with white rose buds with an,
door prices were given out tied with satin Happy Birthday. waione
streamers
Federation of Women's Clubs in
ing of the meeting with 7 'year old Lee Barrett With the A. Barr i well's Miss Dorothy Templeman sister of the bride was maid of end of the table, im.
26 and 26th.
Beach 24.
September
Cocoa doing the.. drawing" honor. She wore a street-length dress of pastel green chiffon punch was served from the ,t.
The Hoard '[he"ev1 ll "OUT OF TillS WORLD with matching sreessories. her end.
Al
ana N sha Sunday.'September
) a new jvas
the and entertainment built 20 'round the lone tables under Mrs. Lleyd Anderson, the bride'
and moot of program were room, containing an kinds ofparty another aunt was brldtsmatron. Members presented Rev
enjoyable day for the ,the car port for a covered dish She wore a pastel! blue lace dress and matching accessories.
around that theme because of the proximity to Cape .
with
There Flegle
supplies. is a annual reunion of the Barn- the The flower girl Maria s special alft.LESSIE'S
dinner group sang There Ray Lambert, daughter of Mr. and
Kennedy. The theme of the Florida Federation this contest going on to find s suit well. Williams, and Martin Shall Be Showers of Bless Mrs. Ray Lambert wore a short pink dress with white lace
year is "A Time for Believing, Learning and Doing.:' able name for the room. So families which was held at the ings", and Mrs. Luther Lott embroidery Freddy James son of Mr. slid Mrs. Fred James
One of the most instructive and interesting meetingsof far a decision has not been home of Mr .and Mrs. Albert read s poem. served' as ring bearer. INC.
t.he,1Joard meeting for me has always been the Parliamentary acceptd for The Party Room. Barnwell In Ft. Ogden. Russ Williams of Daytona The mother of the bride wore a two-piece navy dress with ,
white accessories, and a white carnation The 110 W. Oak St. ARCADIA
They are equipped to corsage. groom'smother
personal J before-
Procedure Class each morning at 8OO, con ----- -- --- fit Catherine a. Beach asked the blessing. wore pale pink crepe trimmed in white embroidery,
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ducted by the State Parliamentarian who this year is Her accessories were white and she wore a white carnation
Mrs. Herbert Ann I..Leonard She knows Roberta drawing was held at the close of the meeting Saturday I corsate:

Rules and real well and had a very pleasing way and we left about 11 a.m.. so none of us brought the Doug Ebersole I I were n11rJoe Billy Templeman Witcher served Morehead.his brother and as Randall best man.Bowers Ushers of

,. of emphasizing her answers to questions submitted by sweater home but it was irortreous.' Bristol. Tennessee
members. We all enjoyed this program very much. Of course business was taken care of at all of the Celebrated His I Immediately following the wedding, a reception was heldat
To me the most interesting speaker at the Convention business sessions. the church Hostesses were !Mrs. Ray Lambert. Morehead.\

was the Honorable D. It. Matthews United States Trip to Cape Kennedy BirthdayDoug and The Miss bride Janet s Lewis graduate Clearfleld.of Rowan County High School. ls. a t Mr
Congressman who talked on "NKW DIMENSIONS OF Ebersol celebratedhis senior student at Morehead State College.
LEADERSHIP.: lie listed four points for New Dimensions highlight of the entertainment waa the tour of Cape lUll Birthday Saturday Mr. Witcher graduated from DeSotu County High School
as follows: A iiollte Society; Accurate Communications Kennedy as truest of officials of the National Aeronaut. September 3.. with a Birth- and is now a senior at Morehead\ State College. He completedfour
and lea and Administration. day party at his home In Rio years In the Army two years of which he spent In Frank-
; Exert special type of Leadership: Respectfor Space They furnished buses Vista Park. foort. Germany.
JAW and Order. lie really offered some good sug for all the more than six hundred delegates and members The afternoon was spent In After s trip through the Smokey o and Mrs.
gestlons that I hope Club Women will follow. attending and on each bus had an official of NASA visiting, and of course. open- Witcher returned to Apartment 6. Royalty: lniatLr.: Morehead
address held at the opening ban as a narrator to explain each State College.Richard..
lion. Matthew's was building as we rode slowly Ing Doug's gifts. --- _.._
quet Thursday night which was called the "Celestial." by and to answer all questions. his mother. Mrs. Daniel B. frt$

and held! In Convention Hall at the Cane Colony Inn. There are 15.0OO acres of land on Cape Kennedy and Ebersole served Birthday cake Wood ed Bishop's To Serve address will be "Call" 1i
I And To
Save
The hostess Club presented Mrs. I. C. Slmms. a lovelysoloist 88,000 acres on Merritt Island. The Cape in only three a gift from the Royal Bakery, Arrangements for
I who sang at each meeting. She was acompanled miles from Cocoa Ileach. As we were going to the I and beautifully decorated bY'1.Ira. Presides Sunday !' meeting are being attendingthe made

by Mrs. Van Bruns. Capo our narrator showed us the Natural Harbor and following\ Petrey.hUd"' and,,:punch Doug to!:Mr.r the. at Deanery Meet' by Travis. Petrey. Senior Warden .

)1.... M.rkV.. .:mm..I, president presided. at all the we saw two huge ships going out into the Atlantic to sole honor guest Sue Bailey of St. Edmund's, and Ivy

meetings. Mrs.\ Albert lluth. First Vice-president. urK.II guide one of our largest submarines into port. (We I r Ted Eller. Susan Sorr.l..... Stephanie i The .vestry and several of the I Dykes Keyman and any men i ;
ed <1ub'omen to be Federation conscious and Club went back late in the evening on our own, and the submarine and Edmund: Dykes Jan men of St. Edmund's Church who are interested in going
conscious at the local levrl. She said that Florida was was In.) lie said that it carried more explosives ,, and Bert Daly. Sieve and Jim 'with FR. Maasie will attend thouci contact them at once.The .
growing so rapidly, and that there are so many potential than were used In all the wars has 16 guns In fact''' Bates Lisa Latimer. Archie a meeting of the men of the Vestrymen are Invited toattend I
members in all towns so members! should busy themselves when he talked of our submarine rocket. and other Provau. Tammy Treadwell. Fort Myers deanery: of the"i as guests at the meeting.
by getting them In their Clubs. She used a pace>> craft pointed at all the danger points in the world I I and special guests Mr. and Episcopal Church in Fort MyI I I
Reach One- that I think made feel that at .least Mrs. J. D. PwrN.iReceivcd i ers Sunday' evening. where'
slogan ..:.ch One very one we are prepared to protect Rummage Sale bt'e
appropriate|>> |>> for each member of the I local Senior and ourselves much as one can be In this nuclear age. j I Richard wood will preside a.1|
Junior Clubs to take as their very own and bring hew As we all know the mission of the Kennedy Space 1' Deanery Chairman. This is i Saturday I
members Into our Clubs. Mrs.I Thomas M. Harrison, Center is. to receive launch vehicles and spacecraft from M Honors one of several) meetings beIng i, The
dloce Women
held the
throughout
Second Vice-president, presented 1 1rh.. Satellites other NASA centers, to assemble, check out of the Presby.
: < prepare, From Women of > .to challenge the f hurch- terUn church will have si,
v District Directors over the State. We were all very: and launch manned and unmanned spacecraft." I men. The Rt. Rev Henry I. Rummage SJ Saturday Oct.!

proud of our Distrkt 12: Director.) Mrs. Richard A. Additionally, the Center develops, designs and procures j.Presbyt. Church Louittit, IX D, Bishop tf the t! 2. starting at a m. I|
; Jrntzsch. of Naples.: facilities) and equipment necessary to conduct I i I During the Annual) meeting''' Dior*** of South Florida and The sale will I a: held in the
t .. As always at Board )1..1Inthe :young anti beautiful launch operations. It is now constructing the National of the Women of the Church Erie M. Meyer of Betray Bach Masonic Tempi on North
k' Juniors steal the show. )1.... Frank Johnson.. Spacecraft for future. manned spaceflights to the Moon First Presbyterian Church newly elected. ...l'C'Iti.c. Monro Avenue. next door to I
""" State Director of Juniors, is a most charming person anti beyond. The giant Apollo-Saturn V Moon Rocket held Ttoevday September retary .f Layfnns work laTh the Pmbytorian Sunday

anti with the help of her members, contributed a great is now being made to launch on Merritt Island. Two bar 22nd. Mr*. O. J Harp and ..-. will speak, Th.G'U srno-- -.l building. .
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deal to the meeting.The Interplanetary. Federationof major Installations, the Industrial Area and Launch Mrs. Ames way wee presented r
\Vomena Clubs Convention to the Moon- was the Complex 39. are. being constructed on Merritt. Island.I, Honorary Life Membership 1
theme for the Junior Cluster. The Industrial Area will have almost fifty major I In U** wens ot the BASKETI

AH the decorations' in the hall and on the banquet ings. We drove by the imposing Launch .build-I: Chore. In rveegniUon. *f that1 1 s I

btN' ...ml'haaia.d'the Satellite them a &&2 feet high structure which will b* used for assembly faithful seeve tn the CMardl.1 I ri
r and U the CooumuUly toeTIDSIT +
At the Friday night meeting. the group' enjoyed a I and check-out of the Apollo-Saturn \'. The space ,I I assess yes.RONNIS. I CHICKEN
lo\ely' fashion show of ".'un. A cashmere sweater vehicle has already been assembled checked and later I II A" "&

with a mink collar, WM donated the group. Th will be launched art a mobile launcher. The structure I
a and the space vehicle will be transported' to the launch

I ; ,\ alts on a &J& million pound Crawler-Transporter.. Th.C'Y'awl."I'r'an.poI1.r S K? $ | ..ooWith 1//
"
can carry loads up to 12 million A t-. '*! sent the girt t
pounds at a rate of one mil per. hour. Intend her first Orrhkt' with e aA
I Many of the facilities on Memtt Island are Hearingcompletion. this not. -W,", All MyMy -S r Smart styling p'r' *'}:

& The area will be ready for the first. Saturn I II 1-_ sad....Mart--.-ot ified in thin darling<<

I'WW"u...... m rotn g at fftTtt* west V launch scheduled for 1967. Want 5esaethiag JC1ewIar Slow & Potatoes piece suit at cv <

I Oak au..... t'. U IkM S7S, Aro< \a. FWtda UMI Mrs. On Cap Kennedy and adjacent to the launches. .Is. I '. _A_ ..AcetateKsjroru Inirvcat
I tat a I', Ktovrsol pubtUtorr "...... K. Wte.. U....., I a Vertical) A..'>- .. where. the personnel and I S_>m.asa lr eexI < st it chine Atvnn***
a M.aager Zai.:weal .s Cbvrwnd CUM aUtler.: Urtutwr IT all controls' arc men' the check-out operations tale Cot Here the df"lliJIWr.s jactrt
tlM .I CMflce at Afredu. Fhiclda, una r Act WC
134. *t Or
... Contreoa Marth X, 1ST*' I place, and th* rockets cast away.; We saw the spsw* '. .1 carry Out 'with its !. sWvrsvSIZES'
I hip that carried Astronaut Shepherd Into orbit and I J' -. 1- S-ass
Member Florida. Pras AMdatas National Editorial l -
1 then. newer ones and had the Improvements that haw
\ .. Aaod.lkaal.Advealsing. bn mad explained to us. PINE POINTRESTAURANT (:nit,Ginger.TufT>t***'

Itapr.+eatatt..... FWrida 14w E.e.kvit1 The trip was most Interesting and aw .Inspiring, but I. ..11.' J-L n OUv
.'ill.. FtoriSa. A.wawa tt.we' --.u.. ... far comprehension' to take It la much l less wCe
j'ew yet..k, New. York; Atlanta-.&.*. u.u.... Mtrtgast.flubwrlption 'I beyond my
I to tell about. I know It Is wwtt worth ..,....'.tUn 1 .... OM N
Rat.-.One yeae. $4Ok Wt Nu.. UA to take a rUe up there sad s*. just how tatwen.I A...... PstSsaM I tees tt_ 0... we
I' a.a.C 4'r Mailed T$ "..... th* plan.. U. and how SMART MKN+ : AJUC WHO w.. ..arelI .CACHA
I CeF7 .< U..* I- ,I. Gets.V l I UF.'ShGtidD AND BUILT wry OUK ttfACK a UrL: .I .h.esey .s ..... A..y: I raw- wa, tieYt -

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ARCADIAN Arcadia. Florida, Thursday October 1, 1964' 3Jtv :

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selves In all areas of govern- Itself i
CYOUR ment. And there Is no area "It la not Just enough. I
i I GOVERNMENT excluded I think to hold up academit

, (YeNi "The people have a rightto freedom aa the end-all an4
A WEEKLY REPORT BY restrict the governnor I the be-all and say nothing'
JI must restrain It. We muss
they 00 so. They' have a rightto
restrict the courts I rather turn our mind I as)

think historically<< they do ao. I I creating the mechanic, ox",*

H They have a right to restrictthe : framework. In which acade-J
FARRIS BRYANT Legislature, and !they do mlc freedom can be properl

, ,-- Covernor of Florida see Therefore I don't wantto I exercised without acrifictn4the
I i see us get ourselves Into a restraints which a society
Mrs .Barbara West and son day from a three day stay .t situation where we set one : which lives under the
, Skipper West went to MiamTuesday he Cloister Hotel In Sea Is- Within recent weeks there dom.It group aside and say: hut you I I as we have hoped to do, muss,
i 1 morning for Skipper r and. Ga., where Dr. McSwair has been considerable public doesn't rise to any higher are a law unto yourselves' I I operate."
to take his F.C.C. examine- ittended the Florida Board ol discussion relative to our system -I I levels or sink to any lower don't think it is enough to I ,

tion aa a Radio Engineer, overnors State Medical meet- _' of higher education in depths than other element of say: 'Well we are patriot i

Skipper passed his tests with ng. ti ..." Florida One of the freedom. and we are intellectuals, and I RADIATORCLEANING
r "flying colors", and will receive a which has been "It la like freedom of the threfore. we da not need to'
his license within a few Mr. and M.... W. W. Dishonj these discussions Is m.tter.1 I press It is bound by certain be restrained at all. becauseIn .

days .eturned home Sunday from "' i academic<< freedom. limitations. It is necessarythat an ordered society mere :
I :
'usseta. Ga. where they were This matter goes to the very I It carry certain privileges must be restraints on everyone I
t Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morton called Wednesday of last week I heart of learning. It addresses and certain responsibilities.The or else there 1 is no law.i and
went over to Indian Town o a..end the funeral of Mrsishong's "I'f Itself to the purpose of our! thing that I have been ana I If there is no law t thereIs

. Sunday. September 27 to via ,) brother-in-law, Mr I ; ft: slate universities and the climate I striving In my own mind to! nothing to protect academic '
it their son. Mr. and :Mrs ;. W King. .".. ) in which they operate.It < achieve b first, M distinction freedom, or any other freedom REPAIRINGGUARANTEED
James Morton and grandson I Involves equally the responsibilities -1 between academic freedom I II
.. Matthew. This was Matthew's I Mr .and Mrs. C. S .Itayi of our universities and academic license And I Now I think that the 1 leglalatle ''
first Birthday Anniversary a< vent to Merritt. Island Satur-; and if those who teach !,I secondly a framework for .the btxiiea frequently go off f
they helped the family celeprate. ; lay afternoon to greet their our young people. And it goes I proper enforcement of whatever : on Improper tanuwn.s. but I fll- WORK

J >rand new granddau&htr Juia = .. J. also to the right of the people i restrictions are appropriate I don't want to create a climateor II
Lynn daughter of Ann and : .; '. to raise questions about i an order In which legislative ee
,
Mr and Mr*. Sam Appleby Hay Markett Mr. Hays re- how our universities are I I "Obviously, unl... each man bodies: can't Investigatethe Pik and ,
D.liv.ry
urned home Sunday, leaving operated I Up
daughter Laurie. Susan anc is to be a law unto himself governor Any governor
Janet of Orlando spent Saturday irs Hays to help look after. I I Two years ago the Board' there must be someone to say I ought to be subject to invrili MEYERRADIATOR

with his mother, Mrs mother granddaughter Beth. (of Control with the asaiitanc what the law is relative to that. gallon. I think that Is a power
f t Kate Appleby. vhile her<< mother La in the hos of rtgirescnutives from the I man. and I have not been able that history and the constitution SERVICEOne

;ital. .j' state universities wrote a pol- to arrive at a broadly acceptable place In legislative Sleek' Nerth *fQ
\ Mrs. Mozelle E. Steffen. Rt Brantley icy statement on Academic conclusion of that |.*.rUeular bodies.. If we get ourselves In 'M Ridge. Cemetery /
Mrs
I $. Arcadia. is convalescing a. Mrs. II. D Ryals. Mrs.' HenOr Sammy Freedom and Responsibilitieswhich problem I am concerned a situation where we question '
tier home following leg ur-- Boswell. and Mrs\ Henry I has served as a model on the one hand that we do PHONE WA 9.1341
that 'teardown
legislative right !
pry last week at Arcadia Browdcr returned home Fri I I Mr Clarence Waldron. Mr. I i for governing boards cf the teething to limit a proper exercise we j

i 1. ,General Hospital.Mrs. day after spending a week in Lewis-Brantley Waldron. notary public performed nation. I of academic freedom.On ; the structureof. freedom -_. _-- ,
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the Ryaia summer home in I Wed. the ceremony. I The Hoard has been concerned the other hand. I am equally -
Vera Sassier left Sunday hitter, N C. Most of their ;;Wedding[ The bride ta the daughterof that this freedom, consiatant concerned that we do I
for Sagamore Beach. Cap .Ime was spent in travelling in Nocateet Mr .and Mrs. George Tip- I with responsibility'I nothing to restrict the power ,1- WE WISH TO THANKeveryone
through North Carolina and ;; Night ton of Arcadia, and Mr. Brant- Inline
Cod. 1\1.... for a visit with exist upon our campuses of the people to express themIARTHRmSRHEUMATISM
Tennessee a slghtseing tour Laura Juan Lewis beef ley la the son of Mrs Duford which
Mrs.. A. J. Beres. She went afar .i on t I with the objective I II for their wonderful response to our "Open
a* Tampa with Mrs. Julia They enjoyed the wonderful me the bride of Sammy Holloway and Woudrow Brantley the Board set forth In Its polIcy -,,
i Turner and went from then weather and beautiful mountains Brantley Wednesday night both of Nocatee. I statement and that a House" and especially to those who donated their time +

1 by plane. with the leaves fast turning September 30 !In the home ofLAVERT Mr*. Brantlcy U employedat wholesome atmosphere exists'I 1 and floral arrangement
Do claim; anal JuwMe' talk male
; in their bright fall colors.The .. G. Pierce Wood Memorial I at all times. I share that con+'I VIMI -lcw-h4 TOW on art any relief
1\ln. Julian Turner returned ladles report that they I Hospital.Mr. cern and some time ago at1 from arthritic and l rheumatic pmf
to her home in Tampa Sun Aroud have enjoyed bringing 1 1 Brantley 1* employedwith a news conference. I had this!: Oe Ion STANt'ACK tablets of W
day after spending the pas some of the cool weather hums I 1 the State Road Department. to sayt | STASHACK: pnwJn. uw as Jowl..J. AI and Noll Bridges, the
with them. great deal If MM ilu nut gat relief l return the
two weeks here with her son. "I have spent< a
si eel and rout puixh. peas
1 Mr. and Mrs. Myron Skipper, The couple will make their of time trying to define formyself I will he rrfunJnl part Sunhttk c.-. ....f.Sdub.rr7 ARCADIA STATIONERSIt
and famiy. Mr. and Mra. ID. Bevls,. home two mile north of Arcadia academic freedom' It N.C.

sons Dart and Alton of Lake HOWELL SHORT on Road 17. Is, cf course, a part. of free .. -.- .------- ------. -.
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Mr. and Mr*. Frank RumeyMr Wales were Saturday: and Sunday held -- -- -- ------ ---- ----
Funeral services were
I *. Tom Pate and Miss Kat guests of Mr. Bevis aunt Tuesday September 22. for
Carlton spent Friday in Sar- Mrs. II. P. Bevls at her lake
, : Laved Howell Short of Lakeland -
sota.. home on Lake Placid. MlarellelMO 15.1
r. who was killed In a
small plane ac;:lent new lI BEDDHIG
I Mrs. T. A. McEachem anc Mrs. L. D. Probasco of Sarasota Plant City Sunday September BodcocltbSATlWACtlOM
Mr. and Mrs. R .W. Marxci was a visitor In Area 'la Jf A

,, pent Thursday of last weel Monday.Mr. i 20.Mr. Short wa born In Ft. VAOAMTM. S

.1 In Gainesville. 'Meade ',May 24. 1931, and All .oel *ek Mattressesr
and Mrs H. L .Johnson lived in Arcadia until about m.d.
" Mr. end lea Srrtnfe.ce
Jane
Mr Whidden
Mr and Mrs. Alton Latimer,, eight year ago when he movedto iC
Rupert Smith. Mrs. Glenn, Mrs. Norton, a In. *w own foctryl
Mr. and Billy Lakeland. lie worked as a
Smith returned home Saturday -
Mrs. Durwanl
wctrh. Mr and railroad. '
A afternoon from C o c o l lbeach Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Mike I lie U survived by his wife 't and MATCHING BOX SPRINGS REO.

where they had apeni Pooser. and Mr and Mrs. Lar Mr. Joyce Short and amall ,. $49.95e
attending I :C; UNCONOmONAUY OtMxAMTfID
It; sine early Thursday
Wauchula ,
ry Roe went to daughter Susan, of Lakeland& ; ;
of ,".. t# 1
It. the Fall Board Meeting .
Monday night to attend the his parents, ..... and a.an. Wm. .
the Florida Federation of Women's ; ;
weekley bquare Dance held .Short: .r Arcadia; two bro oCwN' + ,
v Club. at the Wauchula Square Dane thers. J. D .Short of Arcadia, I I j
...yow...__ ,
Club. and W. M. Short of Atlanta.Ga. '
Mr. and Mr*. W. B. Mlllei I 1 I era ... ....... S
!pent the weekend In their Dansby.; two of sisters Arcadia Mrs.and Troy Mrs. ......... .. c.-.. 1 \"

JAke born in Alturas.A .
. 'Clarence Bishop of Punta Gor- JU .. ... 't J, 1.I
Garden Club .5'- aau- --- a. Ias.e u. w ,
lit da I 4/e .rd'- ___ a... IwMe. ...... ... .+'Lai .
and Mr C P. SanduskjJeft
Dr
Services were from the Ro- I'' aI' O. SJe Minima a tea .... ...... see 3 A 'LL k .
Monday for a two or three barta-Grady Chapel with the I 4/a OelaMe b.m.w a Sea lms.yr..s w w t rsI
week vacation. They wen) Meets TodayThe j Rev J .D. Long officiating..: IseH.n ....... a ... ...b. ..... sae s.' e" 1. ", J
from here to Lakeland for I Interment was in Oak Ridge .' i ./s .w- ....... a ... ....... ,..... w wr.gee.Oais .

Jew days visit with their son,. Arcadia Garden Club Cemetery with Robarta-Crady .-.....- ....... S ... ....... 1Vg .I..... w a ,
Dr ,.nd Mr Harry Sandusky, will meet at the Garden Center Funeral Home In charge of -. ...... N.wa.n Mess a See trpsae 41e ..,..... w
and family. From there they today Thursday, Oct. I,.
II
arrangement
went on to Havana In West .t 2:SO pan. Walker.
Pallbearers were Pet -
Florida to visit a daughter,. This l. the first meeting of BctctcockbVO
George Parrtah. CharlesMiller
Mr*. W. L. William, and the season Jember are reminded
Elton Uoyette. Corkey .
family. They plan to go to that the club now Coker and John UoatrlghCMr ; W FAMOUS INNERSPRING MATTRESS GQUILTED
Mississippi to visit some of Dr. meet on Thursday, rather 5= and MATCHING BOX SPRINGS
Sandusky relative If time Vwn on Monday, and that I J. Laweee AMlnMrs. \ QUEEN -

permit, and may return horn hour for meeting I I' _-half J Lander Hilda) Allln .
by Wake Forrest. N. C for a hour before the former meetIng passed away Friday night In a ECONOMY KING Irrtatwrrae MATTM
visit with their son. Mr. and hour. I'I Lakeland hospital following along ** *O IMM** *
Mr .Frd Sandusky. and fam- All member are urged to,i ua...*.. 39HOLLYWOOD ..

Ily. attend. The Lender Allln's lived In S
( Arcadia until IB4O when they. 0LlYltf LsA /a.wA.r.e P..r leases '1 ;
Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Mc- moved to Lakeland. Me had f 1. e 5 .. b.d M e O.e.sd 1wi

Swain returned horn. Satur-. House"At the Ne>HI.h agency here, and e ....... .. ... ........ 1 N e..4 me 1e.a. g..e '.5 '
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then had the one In Lakeland ; sZ"95 a 1 ..+, r---& gnbM CL.
CALLING ALL I fc many years. .: .:bsMr. Seek lt.k
Daughtrey's The Lander home' In Lakeland BEt'I
HOME MAKERS I it at 260 Cleveland HU.Illvd. E I
When they lived. In Ar is'' I f OUTFIT tJ .. 1
,NEW YORKER .
_y A. C. eltc. Jr. Hobby-Craft radta. they owned and lived In

YOU CAN the hoot now. owned by George
BREAK THE RULES Mar than 2OC guests registered lIoI'inc. IU s. SumStr.
Thursday September24UX While here they were member $4995 t. oi:
for the Grand Open 'of Trinity Methodist. Charth. $3995 ..
More and more ]
during the last .mg of the Daughtrey HuM>y- and Mrs. Alum was very stile I ,
few year. It ha Craft. LoU I Mr*. C. L.) Dwgh : In te Arcadia Must Club

b.eon.e a trend trey. owner, other MMntral circle, and. In '
browsing e ... 11..1 safe w..t.a.e, I .a.w
among dacorator The gueel enjoyed tbe "aortal life Arcadia
*. built professional around and! looking at uw Mrs. Allis wa a member. of'CtoveUs f..d gee. logger tNweah 1y.

and amatmar beautiful candle and deroroticn II,-,U Methudtsl. |

to break all mstar 1ala. costume jewel. Church In I.......... sad wa ;.
-the rule*.**so called. ry. Model tfefcby Seta DUek I"" ". M the stele, std social ; J:: QUILTED TOPSUJMKX $1 J

Velvet rtumtered Oil Painting Mla of the city. | 1, 5l
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Everyone remember a few seta, pietwr (rMs.,. OvrU She _. a povvtar momber ,
yoar ttoc. whe w* were toad n.aa decor.t.e *nytbanc ., U.. .><......., set mfce. sKe1 S 9 r? DOWN;
nearer to ue blue and all greens know that ear .w.yvd losailoar Shed here. and .isrea ntsrls 49 DKMRS ..- ...... .... '
ncetfter. but now we :
that the right shade at Mwewand at Its Ow. Craft On*. fri Ad. ..b. mourn | *r ...u.. j $ 95 .

green blend beautifully This tMppmed ft. b* M... Yrs. tiabai U.-, I .- oaLlv>if ts Oreep Ibd.dara .

.... Deuah'7"m.u.bF AamlBirtlMtay FMM'M tatYites wW M heW ,. IHHlI''OMAnusS l9see.
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and green mis turn to the sam j.--y. ne today. .t J Ww trees tN .... M..... at ... 14 ... ... lleNht.tbi. fleet ......
abrte are evtremefy popular t Cake. will Happyllisthday. ......Cr..p Cbpel far, Mrs.Dta.kah .t & /1: twos.1 so w g+... re.-Iaar bns ...... a.Prew leA.d ,......Ndasitre.e.. r.t ,
In both draper** and.. .pttolatery. decorated In park Llvw4al n, ..W"j I Iiwwes 1 .eao.akrq .-. .. '-. slangs. 4 Nmdweed Sets
Tfchs t* an evampte that sand lawo....ee n .--. -a S teet s.M dta alI h Ise fill :.eeMAs.: ....:=: ;KWz: t t'T
many .. U- p..--- seta. 1.--. Mr -Zit... Gar.re .... OHLY Awu.
(; Asters o.-nl .pft6J.c. tada..5 _ins .-. ; lAY t1,2J ri)
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have bj Uwa-M out .. Uv* .t of Mat*).. City Mr*. Carrt -I .. a
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W- .... enk...a Mae. merest I They ........ istaat ... lever- I, ... ,.....1 M LasA.M c..F
There M a naeh grv.ut see ylw. seh seals ... ..... ,
tau foe gget ti )a+es.She
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, 'r .... Y that aegis ...... ,resat. :. ..---. n. t1.a..t, LOWEST PRICES EASIEST TERMS ,..;
. K Mtaew shield have gait .
I NrL Pearl Jae.. 15.awwKIb. 1t
. rrdsr.iny sad ptreNaty of its, P.T.A. ..d Mrs.. .I......... Saari -a ASSOCIATE STORE

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... -.rawera.ea."d Will Meet Tues. I A-u .... barow ........ Mgt 5 Arcadia M.sic rrnitMre
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.1 ...... (9 '4-A ; :ZilF; ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida ; ih ittrsday'October' ; 1;' 1964

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Stacy Miller. Assistant State -r- 1'A i: rl-

Service Officer from the Department Daniel s C of C bulletin ,> -
." .. 5ti of Veterans Affair in happily points out evidence i ...
Pass-a-Grille, will pay h i i. *. of Arcadia's growth in I
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r reguar daft to Arcadia 0 n recentopening of new. or renicdeled -. the
Tell Thursday, Oct. 8. according to |
businessplaces: Leslie's I ,
an announcement yesterday by I new l ladies: ready-Ho- I said.'I.:
Bert Cose, County Service Officer S I wear shop DeSoto Gas takingover i!1 Ft.
Miller will be at the of. the store formerly occupied I'' oc-
flee of the County Service by Arcadia Office Suppliers I Lee
I Officer from 3:00: to 4:30: p.m., for- additional salesroom ; at
I the announcement stated. pacefor their fine line cfNorge ; a*.
I Miller's visit to this area will appliances Aliene's
I be {or the purpose of assisting :dio and TV will doube :. Le-
veterans and other claimantswitb space when they get into the I that
VA benefits such as: ? ) ,remodeled store next door .
hospitalization education and :formerly occupied: by Friendly -
training insurance, disability d Market Daughtrey's new ': I
benefits widows and parents Hobby Craft shop on Magno
: New gymnatorium nears completion. The gym of veterans, G. I. Housing, lia' and the greatly expanded -
+Tf<,< Is a j joint( City, County. School Board project, and loans, etc. Official visitor Tom Wrede, of Venice District line of office machines and : I e

.. cozlt.9 approximately $75,000.A He represents the headquarters Deputy Vice-president of the Florida State Elks' supplies< now offered by Al
( Sonny Carlton Photo) office of Florida Depart- AftHoeiatlon.' is greeted :Monday night by Harry and Nell Bridges In their new- .
yl ment of Veterans Affairs and Bams, Exalted Ruler of ''the Arcadia lodge.' Approximately ly purchased building on Oak j :
his services will be offered 200 local and visiting Elks and their St.: John can be Justifiably I
free to all parties concerned. I I proud of these local business- '
.. 'J ladies enjoyed the banquet and program Monday
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Veteran. and other claimantsare ,
.c .ue Improvements because a
night. (A Sonny Carlton Photo) I i
invited to see Miller while goal active Chamber of Com-
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weed 'J"i r ll +I + iii he Is in this area t ; mere men..er )is one at the
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! ". w ti ,ki LVI Arcadia To Be W.W.I. Vets To 'main: reasons such things oc- I I

FIRE PREVENTION cur.The
I (Continued from 1-A) of Civil Hold MeetingVeterans p Bulletin also explains
\ .- | page I Scene !I thaI the Myakka City "Go I

; i... : Chief Tomllnson also has seven of World War One 'I Highway" activity you've readrounsiderable t
about recently .is ,
Meet
grandchildren.: !Defense and their Auxiliary will meet f :
!: ; i not a matter of new highway
{ Hollingsworth, who was'born
', Thursday. Oct. 8th at the Barracks '
< September 2, 1000. has I Arcadia will be the setting on DeSoto Avenue at : tfonslructlon, but strictly a
been with the department since of the twenty-four announced i I .t.&hw y association: promotion
for one /130 it was
I p.m.
1. I it.: r I 1931-32 He is) a member of a civil defense conferences that here today by J. H. PurseR|, wherein interested business WHAT WILL; COLLEGE < <
1 i ,'pioneer DeSoto County family will be conducted throughout Quartermaster.) ;I, and civic leaders are seeking
..', He and his wife Viola have Florida Civil 10 Influence the flow of east-
the state by the District president the Auxiliary COST YOUR CHILD?
two children.: Martin A. Hoillngsworth Defense Agency, working with Mrs .Nadia Scheffert, west traffic through certain
Jr. of Atlanta,; Ga.. I I It local: areas. Both the "Go
'. the federal government fort Charlotte will be pre-
mark In the j
Home* near the half-way completion and Mrs. Donna Faye Hill of week Highway association: and the
"" was announced here this ,.nt. and Mrs. Frances Peters, SAVE FOR IT-NOW!
low-rent
Arcadia Housing Authority's i two pro At .dJ.. Myakka City group have received i
1 i by D.Vtd Browd, County. ..cal I president, urges the ladies
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jects in the city. Pictured are the homes in Gil- The Junior member of the I'civil: defense sgent. o be present.Quartermaster. Identical cooperationfrom
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ti; christ East End jtut a part of the near million- department in the length of will be Invitational Pursel re- the Manatee County Today college expenses can run from Just under
conference
I dollar construction. (A, Sonny Carlton Photo) I time served is Dick Frlvett.I The with invitations going luests the preseence of all Commission according to Dan 1.000 to 'over $3,000 per year including tuition
I who yss born March 28. 1B3O. and Cityolficials. nembers of both groups as iels. room and board. What will It be for your child?
to County
: Fill Cracks And PAI'N'UL '' 'Iin Delaware County Indiana.He out. leaders In Industry ,here is Important business toe The C of C executive indicates Most of us couldn't come up with that kind of
I CORI S? came: to Arcadia two ) business and civic organiza >> transacted. the organisations appealfor lump sum. But it can be saved a little each payday
.1 AMAZING LIQUID ago and has been In the 'e.r'j tions. Lectures will be by key self-assessed $20 amountsto in a safe, profitable account here. Ask us to I ,
Holes I Better RELIEVES PAIN AS .'department one year. ... help the Chamber throughthe I I7e..1
..: I men in Civil Defense, and will show you. how a little becomes a lot in 10 to 18
; IT DISSOLVES CORNS AWAYNow his wife Hazel, have two boys,N be accompanied with audiovisual JOHN HODGES .year have been gratifying, '
; v r i Handle Ma putty Hsrdsu I Ilki, wood: neow rnriM eh.. f..r .n. nicky and Jimmy. Along with aid to acquaint the peeps (Continued from page 1-A) but the job is not quite done
-. j y with. r,--a, ItqviJ. FrmoMIwvM other regular members of the I ;
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I i imnmlv. eared toiow r... wfth federal., state and -
.-. PLASTIC WOOD .....11_PBM a.,...t... twr Ie .MM ; department Dick recently completed defense NeSmith.Sarah Roe. Mark
., t. ......Goot..aU....__ a abort course at thefire county civil: responsibilities. Townsend Terry Treadwell.

1- I The.. __ ___ --P'Ne._ ___ ..__. ,__ __ __ : College in Ocala the only The conference. in Arcadiahas Adron Walker, and Frances yet.BIRTHS -
on. In Florida.Although I f Whitnall. r 1
," the department has I been set for December 15. Beginner Swimmer: Betty
only four regular members, Browder said, and will last. for ;Sue Butler Beth Holltngs-
: two on duty at a time, there Le'' approximately three and one I wo f u. Jane Sorrellft. JohnRoush. first federal
; t. FALL a raster of volunteer members'that half hours. He urge dthsl of* : Mary Roush Cheryl s i
Fw may be called upon at/ ftcials and civle leaders remember Woodley. and Sally Wood-
of to set aside the dateon And LoanAssociation
any time In case emersTen ey. Mr .and Mrs. Raymond L. Savlngs
c1... They are: J. H. Rigsby, their calendars.CADI Instructor for the classes Markett of got 8th Street. ,
JACKETS Lloyd Holton. I" B. Hanson were Mrs .Lester Hatcher. Mrs.J. Merritt Island Florida announce :
Charlie Yarbrough. Dick King A. Craft, and Mrs. Read ,
the birth of a daughter -
Elton Boyette. Tom Boyette. DIDS . Harding. Jr. I
:; \. ,:. % ., Carl Adamson> Jf (Sunny) (Continued from page I-A) All the classes were held ''In Julie Lynn 20. on<< Saturd.y.September Of DeSoto County .

Carlton Jr.. )lamp Gammage the private pool of Mr. and .
z Gene Garner. Duncan Gamnv What yea do, where you go. ifrs. Danny Ebersole. 108 The young lady weighed inat FLORIDA
t age, Frank Crine. Richard tier what you think are Items of Evangellne. Rio Vista Park. 7 pounds. 10 ounces when ARCADIA.
nerd Lewis Welts Larry Ned .'' importaace to us who work Mr. R. Zubrod Area Red she was born.
HAGUE for this newspaper Is --- -
;; SUEDE O. H. Cobb. Earl L Bevans. here Cross W.ter--S-'ht7
devoted to the Inteceea of De
and Robert W. Heine.The tor, was on hand to
Arcadia First DepartmentIs Soto County and Its county certificates to the cI.iMtNe-I'
IMPORTED FROM HOLLAND
and to as
Arcadia you
a closely knit, efficient seat Mr. John Hodges REAL
of this county.!'
the people .
84
group who put In about aa achievement Award
hours a week each and every This Is the only newspaperIn successful 1964 Fund Drive.
week so that your home and DeSoto County that has Its' The Cbapter also received
E property ean be protected.. payroll In DeSoto County; that Special! recognition: for exceeding .
Durable; Water Rs.IUn.y helps support civic, fraternal their quota of $2.744.00 for OWN
and governmental lID TO EARTH"BARGAINS
religious) 1984.
j Spot and stain resistance unulUaSI
49 SQUARE MILES enterprises la DeSoto County, Hurricane Dora Is now his
I 1 suppleness uniformity In colon (Continued from page 1-A) i that prints the news In De lory.. BUT .there are hundreds -
Soto Couaty. and that la non in
families
Of homeless
fuss finish& Cleans.' 'I .
Peach Dry
two of 7SO gallonsand
I pumper. and
Interested in better
es ly Live" Oak Lake City. Perry,
\ FROM a tanker of tMO gallon bigger* business In DeSoto Cress City and Gainesville.
Does not crack shed or' flake when the papers go County.We needed
Ii Contributions are
with w..r. and an instructor throuah'l konw that International" and welcome. Send them to
$1 Ue95: I Ocala Fire College national and state news is well the DeSoto County Red Crossin IN NEW TRANSPORTATIONFOR
Long Wearing sent te train the volunteers
of James Mundell.
fur consumption
covered your care
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two.hour'coune.
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Drapes beautifully la)Residents five of the 411 square-I by other outside papers, television treasurer, or to Ralph Cochran THOSE WHO ARE WILLING TO SACRIFICE FEW
and radio. But THE: ARCADIAN chairman.:
1 I by mile the area Nocatre that wilt fire IMP served Is the only media PERSONAL PREFERENCES Such as Color, Model & Equipment i
through) which grandmother.w ,
meat have. offered depart-I SCHOOL FITNESS .
\\t LARGE SELECTION OF facilities. and pledged Aunt Mary .or Sister Jaoe from I-A) SEE OUR "LEFT OVER" 64 FORDS NOW !Io
operation Cobb ...... I'Ben can find graduates out: .... when or Lilian little I (Continued page ,
He designates the area to be slate association has Invited
I I gets married or how many
NEW FALL 1964 SWEATERS served as south of the Arcadia major statewide organizations :
\ times Johnny wrecked' the okSmaft'
city' limits to Hall Road' west I I car .or. that a new concerned to present a special -
to reace River and east to c...>-day school hfealkh. program -
street tight was Installed' at I
SWEAT Highway 31. a short distance at the conference. Cooperating *
: BULLDOG
the bad intersection .,or' whodied
past the Carlstrem branch ef I ; groups will be the USED CARS & TRUCKS
( goodness, he was still
Went Hospital my Education. :
Q Jterce I State Department of -
: SHIRTSADAMS Charter for the group i* bee I a young mn). I State Board of Health

try handled- ] by David Hone. And THE ARCADIAN also and the Florida Medical Association For more transportation per dollar. visit our used car lot :
man attorney and membersare gives you a glimpse of yesterday Flanders aaid.tMJnally .
t asked by Cobb to watch In The Oklthmer and S3 Among known and examine thesereliable used cars.
tij The Arcadian' foe announcement I Years Ago. It give you week speakers spearing on the pro errkK .
I ) s te-week happenings In the city; .
$ ef the next meeting as gram are Dr .Edward Annie
well as for a map ef the area and county' governmental bod ., Miami. Immediate past P"- 1963 CHEVROLET BELAIR, four-door Sedan.
to be served by the depart lee, in the schools, and la the Ideal ., the American Medical
ment. II Churches and those Sub Association and Dr. Fred V-8 Power Glide Radio & Heater Very. cl..... e-owner cor. '
Officers of the croup. are eetlbers.. are you and about V. Hetn of Chicago director
1 ri i MEN'S STORE INC Cobb. president; Edna La..... yeu 01 AM As department of health 1963 FALCON -. 2-door Sedan -. 6 cylinder J. Std. Transminiow.
secretary; Mrs. W .Weatberry. I So. again. Uvaaiks, ana help educaUosk.Also .
I : 29 W.st Oak ARCADIA. Florida treasurer and Dewey Moffetttvt ua keep THE ARCADIAN a oa the program will 1963 FORD F-100 PICKUP Six cylinder. ,
'a-ptsI tent. I teal., hometown newspaper. be state of i I
the superintendent
j \ I .. .. ------- I 1962 GALAXJE 5OO _- 4 Door Sedan '
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isatlsy. Dr. Cugeoe O. Peek V.a CrvtMsnatic -. Power Storing Radio and Heater.
Jr. president .. the Stale
A
good one-owner car.
*> DO YOU HAVE: Beard of Health and Dr. Samuel I .. J' -. _
.. ... Day. president ofka "...- 1962 CORY AIR MONZA 2-4.., -. Power Glide I Rod. & H..t.... !
Q automatic cookirsl& without lkrkint feature? Medical 1 Association. ;

How does your kitchen Q qulck-a--wlnk after-dinner cleanup? ..-haytbe... will) be repreeentattvosty school health 1961 VOLICSWAGONs

t Q notretch oven and rea.* cleaning -U .-medical.ty health. a a d depart dwNe. 1961 FALCON 2-dor Sem.: -F..*.ma. tic.- ...... eV ........

O no defrost-ever food storage? ocssuss. and voluntaryagssuisa. ......_. I960 FORD GALAX1E -STARUNCR ..2-deor H.rd.of.>

STACKUP t-- The taltadid Octeaerla tar a a slimsib. __. Y-* ... CruisjemeHc -. Power Steering-. Radio % Heater. I '

GET THEM ALL-AND MOREpgj l .. for trnmaul. state e4 ,J '
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I8cat health MU"U.A ... !
WITH TIME VING..! healthy mind. |. a ...... HAVE YOU DRIVEN A NEW 1965 FORD \

( tajr belly. la stUl the aaac.. here .
: ? FRIG I DAI RE -U d.eleped peeieaflaad.at .. Fa* Drive ..4 ._ $+ 1. See> Oev. ae the. FoHowin* Sale. .i-...

I'ji .. seWa ... GEORGE WOOD JAMES NORTHCUTT LON IQAH'
a .... te be .... r glee F
I) APPLIANCESWEEKLEY that %e> every scaieal thud .*

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3 or more TIMES: 4 cents j per word per laaue. AND TOt JUDITH ANNI ,RAVERS.AvOwe (Act of 0.'... 1J. 1..1; I.!_ 4J4.. Tltl. J*. u.wt4 S..'* Cod) MARY ELLEN: NICHOLSONMrs. I Mrs. Gladys Ifeinre of
SERVICE See Carper del. 5.e onMob I Dora of .hftO Octatow I, I.... Fort Mrs.
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lire Service ... ...- Evelyn: rnwell Visited -
Classified Display uptown Texaco! i r Vow or* f*>o 0._ .In Choooc"y 2 Tiflo of Oubftcotion. tK* ArcaOian. I I Mrs. Ida Mizell of Fort Winder
counts at 40 words per inch. Station. WA >-S311.rOR Co.. No. 10.34 f. w 3. Vtoeuoncy af luuo, wookly oact. Thursday her mother Mrs. Keen and

c:I bong RICHARD L. T""E"t' .. Ine 4. Location of known otfico af pubheo'2"' i,. Wt>tt Oak Srt_'. Atoua brother Billy of Ft Ogden were guests on Monday
Classified Deadline: Wednesday 9:00: a. m. '" Circuit.: .. Cowl" Co. rrihau .b. due A11ad.e.Pl..d. a. Oo.oro County, .lorK>a. JJS2I. I Sunday night of Mr. and Mrs. FloydMizell
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SALE: -.;.' M' DeSoto 'L w.tlu A.aw.r. nw..a 1ft am Court 1 5. Localmn of nvadquartor* or ponorol ....*_. attic. 2O7-O9) Wo. of Fort Winder.
Box Number Charge: 2oc extra. Ca'S'a" OUeS ..._. /4..ol., 2* Oak SI ef. Arcadia. Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barnwelland Refreshments
new tires -1.nCirM'ntly' (544 w""I a Cep root to CaM. K. *>ublitM Mr. Dora r>. toorola. Arcadia I daughter Betty were In were three

Card of Thanks at Classified! Rates. jverhauled.' new paint Job. =:----.r. .parto.WIINkki ... N1.s. cause Mal be i M rXanuo.'no Arcadia,td,>r...r.._Charles. I. W<*o, .t.t'w: Oak Sarasota Wednesday 1 kinds of seed yeast breads, caraway

Heasonbale price. Call WA my Bond and -- MM. 7. Ownor. Ibonolo >uc>liHlno" Co.' I..... 2OT-0 Wott Oak St. Arced.. Mr. and Mrs Bobby Hester bread cinnamon
lUt' soy of Voiitor.it.or. I IUM.lt 1544. I .... ... bread and rnmeal bread
ktudinoktM tM4it >. I aorcont or mar of total amount of.101K. I
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REAL ESTATE i FOR RENT t v ENilM1NGElIlp ** SMalo luuo coffee. t
I- C t each raw durma t oar_ tiiina, afternoon. I
FOR SALE ---- --- --- FORE SALE _' For'' bettercleaning 1 I ( ptla | Prx.d.y 13 I InaltM doleA. I
: to keep colors Silol.Cf i" i Total .... c_... printed. .........__._.__.. J4.S J747 Mr. and Mrs P S. Nichol
LAwMofrici o* GAL K. cs.rtN I\ >t of Arcadia visited Mr.anil .
FOR RENT: Six room suburban (nr ixrou run)Ii. son LIPPINCOTTELECTRIC
FHAAVAILABLE home. Unfurnished. gleaming use Blue Lustre Carpet Suio Jl IS 1 OO Mam Strort i. Pod Crwa/.oo Mrs. Stanley Nicholson: I N
Iw.dd5.5e
Cleaner.' Rent electric Sonata I eTe torm tub. by mail, carrtor or
I'' FOR SALE Recently redecorated.: $60 per :'.. Cet .....S. 1944 by omor nwon .. 'IMS |S4O and children Sunday
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AresMtia Music
shampoo
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til koto .. ..QMlreel dee1st. or noon.
; Case Number AddrcM I month. riUMie WA 84634.5c Furniture Store. ... TNt CIRCUIT COURT O. THtTWILPTH I otlsorwMo ............... 1094 It 32 Mr. and Mrs. Harry ..tte..j I OCe 71,14 a Nwleaq
D.SOTO AREA HOMES &2c JUOlCIAl' CIRCUIT Or. C. fr-o ditrributian. bv. nay l larnocor sad 5.rye
I? I -- -. .(.OIOA., IM AND .O. OI1OTOrtOCAL otrtvt mvon .-..-...n..n SO SO son, of Owens and Mrs.
----- I "_ CetviwtetVlal'
OA-2S69S4! 154 Bridle Path. Rd. FOR RENT: Trailers for 2 CO"..,,. 'N C".MCI" O. latal numbor .t caoio dntrtctutod !lyn narnwell visited Mrs. Cr- 1'I leI."tl. oV
FOR SALE: -Double iron bed c... .... ,..... | 'ium at I SI.. J am* Cl .. 3S7 3722 C.ata.rAey
$7.950 or 3 people cheap. Walker's : : .1 ma Johnson at Charlotte
NAIIONAL M..ITGAGEA1SL.CIATKJN i cwtity tnat tn* *> tenMr1N node by mo anovo
-inner springs matu-e... Triple .__ aro rorroct and comi>loto. _. LlaslnaatU ..1.1.a. ."
09-261671H S Stirrup 2 miles west on highway 70. oil 2100. Call WA anno ._._oh .___. .Dos r. Ibowl. IaoC15.I. / -
WayV.950 ** springs. parsed aw k. o' e. -- -- -- -'- .
i Arcadia i. Florida. e..w.I to ...* elwwa Isle
1 J-6391 I".aNoo I Murtaao* A.. I IN TNe CtItCU.T COOS" att TNl
09-273722M 6 Stirrup Way : 52. Ic satfc _/.... CtMMtv Act. avm4 iMJoul TW....',. JUDICIAL; '. 'V. .N Pine Level News Licenses ForBeverages I
11.950.92..niH ---- - 0I ol.e. 1M Gtr aV Awe 0" OUO'o 000NtT,516410' .
409 Bridle Path. i FOR RF.NT: Furnished w-::. .. DVSU:: ul Celombo. 'M C"AHC.Y: I
FOR SALK: Small decorative P-1. CAll "0. 11,404ALICT
$7.990 apartment. Mrs. Clyde Car tiles, 200 colors and pat. .... fAY r..ALa. Mir.S EVA HOSK IIAGAN Due Shrieks MeII18ITheids
roll. 202 North Manatee Ave. IDOII MOrtTON and IlrMd/ I
CONTACT YOUR BROKER Urns fur hobby UU. Dank BO4Nlt HOwrON. M..1.. amirtorn.ti ... I

|i 52,1,2,3.p plates, bowls ash trays. Ice LOAM COMPANV. .. ..oWAUCHUIA ji4NV .f. .5I tlrt Hev and Mrs. Alton Roberts Today Is the last day for re .: Witbant Surgery
ttOMlUA to tocorvaratiun.
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FOR SALE Lake June Lots |I' '" buckets, tables etc. lnstruc-1 I i ana JOMM f MeLtMUUH ..otiC, O' SUIT' of Una visited Mrs. Tucker, ,I newal.t. beverage licenses 'In

2 50 ft. $3750.00 each. ; FOR R.HT-.r..I..d. Private apartnvfnU. tions. Several dc>>e-out tiles ait .... .. orxl MARINA McltNUCMH.MOVICV TO: Italy.. NonI.. IMALIYCu. ShsIIw.barl after church Sunday Also Mr. ;I: DeSoto County according to Steps Itch-RcHetes Paul
bath. 5..o.enM
Terms. Sandy Ilcach. Call HO only. 2 blocks from downtown.All Couples. discontinued prices. Ideal for w.0............. 1.-- and Mrs. Frank. Hampton of > a reminder. from the State I!I For' Ike t.I"..aoloaea. kse foead

5-4033. I gifts. West Florida Tile' Distributors 0. SUIT Ona visiteil her mother Mrs. Beverage Department. I a mow booJlo.ff. ..**..iwa with ...a aa-
e v
TO Th. .rar.5n.t.. iuliUt tOme 7 faliy
44-tfc utilities furnished. $5O permonth. Inc. 6O1 School Ave HUMTUK4 and ..O4**/t .to"ION. I I.. \..., Tucker Sunday afternoon I If licensees' fall to renew I *.... !.. abUlty to aa>H.k komorbo .
Phone WA 8-4793 or ,. 4a .. tvlrma -wtkkaetaatvory.
------ Po. CI' Men1w. -- / aa{ pals
SALE 3 2 I WA 92331. 24-tfc nue. Sarasuta Florida. y- o. ha4w oe.M d te ....I YOU A.. WM.SV 1 NOTIflfO< MM Mr. and Mrs Jack Waters of their present license' a pen fa oo aftor ease. walte
FOR Bedroom. ---- -- SItfc w- _.,- d.Voaej .t any M Mrs|I.) .o..v ... tla boon I' alty will be Imposed the director .*ally rolro'i.. pals a...ot ....-
bath home $1500 equity assume I -- --.--.. == peu.rw4Nq I 547 Ma C..t and i tilod. awuMMt yow and yaw _. I.I .. Uean City and Mr.' and Mrs !I warned. Such penalties1may boat .......>.*) took .-- Moot
mortgage. Will trade forlots FOR KENT: Downstairs.newly a ct v at amo upon tt.r> attomoy i I awed .. M4.5 ...I..1 ywe AsLNter T M. Waters Jr. of Clewlstonvisiteil aoadae. of alt-_.1&0_..to tor-
redecorated apt. New FOR SALE: 'W Oldsmobile.Fair I for protnt.tt. (ojvi.l C llorto- -.0 So .Nr Come aw.l ..nPbeN11 i I I range as high as 1123 web. .bat sells..T. .....ae.....11....
Sunday afternoon
trailer what have ? man, otviio pwtn'VK. o>Jur*%* I* O Wwn.y. jQhroe .. IION., with
you furniture private entrance. condition. Reasonably I N. 1039, Anad.e. Pre..,., ."P.r IOS I P.In.r ......- .n1 ............ Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Mlselle. 'depending Itho type of license -Ptl_ ka.. nerd o .1 1
Phone WA 9-6051. Close business priced. S_ Leon Dackus. Turn ..._ trio lit day at OLH_, 50.5.Pk.My end La >- IfoIra. ] and the date renewed.Approslmately tj.1UI.. Tao _,... lo e, aow
to district. Retired
50. 51, 52. Ic I IVa4. ft o of wrt cr* prucoot- I.M Ma.O .r '..b. 55--J i mo-Dy***)-dko.oovory .
1! couple or working woman right at Fvnton Feeders, 1 nu* beat : wtt ta f.iro.l *o o oar,-I 'oe. ah.o Clef a* rtM Circuit Court Jeane Kersey ..ndd.Utl"l.r. 18.OOO licenses .* a -....... moo f.*oar ...
mile turn left first house on 1 Ouuo flan JUIIU5 IOOH HOHIOMon af ,ato Ctiuntv. flurnto' an or .. are In I n.bMnwe aor-a-aJl--
Martha Visited/ InSaraaota now existence Utita.TaU
or couple. 17 South Man r- 1
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Excellent > MONNIt MUTTON h.5 > toNtAL I tno latH du* of ( "'; l'*4If alt.I..appe.lloy 11/oaoJlo4
atee. right. I, <. ......D'I. of WoifMnqtorv P C. *ou foil to uo *.. a Uocroa f>ra Saturday thn.ughout' Florida and represent or ail .dresesaur.
IIUIMHNG SITE I 1 I'Pe.w. IIfA. Al g
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Itfc I.Zp 1 a PSwa rq Co.-.wlu.rw. Cnnr w lots in the -. Caws .nd to. i I'-----C- Mr., and Mrs. U W .
4 adjoining Iwo oar-rl =: 'h--'M:.. p.a nti Ilollingeworth types of bever g. acrnae. I
IlidRewood Subdivision FOR IIENT: Modern all FOR SALE: Limed Oak IvoJ,...and rvarM m Oftoal ._ i i KOMI AMO.. OO.W IO at A........ Sr. and Mrs. Marianne ( .- -- --- ,
bedroom suite. Consists 2-I am NO. 10.' .. rave .I. ttw | f lor.... Itwi Jnl avv of S pl_. Sellers visited Mr. and
) for All Four furnished .. Mrs.
Jl.OOO new fully apart rut>k B *t Oo4**> Count I".
Interested Call WA M.1I311 ment. Utilities furnished. Vinyl headboards. 2.4 drawer f.......... and am>in4>aiix tt* foifcjxr ,| LIUlf I AVANT.. Clark ofCmu M. 11. Platt and family and
arouarty .>r>jar I '_'. 0._. Mr. PRACTICAL PROPERTY BUYS
chests. 1-8 drawer chest.and 'f'I and Mrs C.
J. L. NKWTON; Adults only. 544 North Ilills- tv. : I County lorirt* A. Platt Sunday -
I boro. mirror 1-6 drawer chest V IO. SUMk t. ".-- S, Air>MA INT2Mlr- GIft. afternoon In Wauchula.
52. 1. 2. 3. 4p {:utnv..an C.f a* ty ,..." 1 kofrtam. frame .
_. 52-Ip and mirror and -desk andch.ll' POT riot w'..l l'P': "I.LI) Kswoe en 4 .. .. NswsjAraee..
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Call Betty Agnew bock C. Psi.. and a* J.t.. J..L_ Mrs. Jesse Kersey and Aaarckimaloly 36 fruit .,..... Outside. tNe City. i.lmiuj.
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FOR SALE: 2 bedroom Howard -- day WA 8-5571 night WA t.o Pbw .*:*), .1 61\e.* SOS-S Ps ou oak ..... daughter, Martha went to Punta $OOAO ...... 16 years en ".1._..
house trllll r. Good FOR RENT: House Trailer ; Caumtv. Plnfida -.,.-.. ftorutaA
$43 per month Including .-..051. DON( AMD UHMSfO el AwaUM. r Ion 10.. tor riuintitf Uorda last Thursday S ....d'..... C.. MMfurnlaHed. ....ae fee rent.
condition. Real bargain. $9OO. '-*.... rttii tM .... day el S.sN.ws,. a'... IO.M.J4. Xt. t. 104
$/6OIO
$250.00 down balance $40 a I utilities. 38-ft. house trailer. Ic 1944. -.-- -.. --- Mrs. John Yolvlngton and aer tnontftf

month. Walker's 2 miles weston No wheels. $285. Real nice or SALE Clot LFSLIf. .t f. TK AVANT> Carol CourtS NOTICe e* AHUCATIOU. roe children and Dr. and Mrs. .oedfeem Kow.. partially. ...."1...... far .......
FOR
Highway 70. Arcadia FI... I will rent $35 month. Walker. orange liners: -, $30 850.000 per sour rl ALPHA C_'NTI"'N P401CIS: Jtaior. CIVtM TKot Kobert ova and chlldr.n had 9 asree af land with. larfe 4 b.dee* .horse largo shadetr

52. 1-c 1H miles West on Highway 7O. 100 lemon PACKIC MANlftO ::. ttafclM of ttw Sunday dinner with Mrs. Zola .o. end) autlfwlty. ,la.t..asaaed yard o ttiltaa.. lt .awn.,)'.
Also aluminum casement win Quarts rough seed. La MSIyIC., HOI: () folluoina tortitKota* 11. fnad taxdoortiticato Wllllama
SALE--- -40 New $7O per Qt. Phillip =. Fardee, far fi -'I4pN tot a too. ...,.. fa a | 10 acres ., land, all .1........ ,ltyia>rev.d iraaa, with. .beautiful *
FOR : .. $5 each. 8.. 102. ...... ._ TN ...t.t.... Ie..w.e. .. ..
brlldln8| site./ $ fttMaa Irerw Ar.aela.IIANCIIK8 .
tore building and new CBS l-2e Jr. Arcadia Florida, phone, Arcad' -., ,war ... y... NMr.re... Inc Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and
home nice Value WA t-901 or WA ."SOl. Sep, 10l734. D.' I. 1544 i, dw.Nu .4 Nye -'.. ... wI1.nM. Mrs. Diddle Byrd of HOMES :
on corner. __ ... '_ :. :,. N shah If aww.d Tampa anqv.s
Rented FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom furnished lc o* ave.i-' spent the weekend
1800000. for $120.00 ___________________ with Mrs.
I IM TMI CM UIT Coos Of TM| .M.1; I** 9- .4 __
month. Will sell both for $13.- apartment. 697 North s'/.b4 I' Arrena Wuthrtrh and Mr... '
: and
... !' rwtKTM tVS>t 500.00. $''$00 OOi down 'U.Ia_ Lee Avenue. Phone }WA ,- FOR Valencia BALK:Bud rMajeepple end ._ ee.OvN AC..OCUNTrv. IIbC/aA I G.tPf"".......y" of QI i> ft.. t.faarNlsn Mrs. '0"1'." Cunnlnarfam.The .. ,

,over 7 year Price less for I 8782. : lemon ruotstock. Virus on Rough free. i! C::M> r7iT: 4lt i.h II. t.w9PsI It a...;.ri II. D. Club will have a MILLIE PAIKgft A__..... PATRICIA I AMO8K

cash. Walker's 2 miles west on Mil* fOot sxvoact '"' of_ IW\.1 wotday WA e-MIt. WA *- a7t ,1
Thursday
spat I4. NA1.ri1i..W OeU I.
----- Certified Nematode free. $t.M| SAMCMIA rsDN.). .f.fI
highway 7OV Arcadia.. Florida. ao -. at 10 *
"a.11.uR lW\1o "" .1a4
FOR RENT Newly decorated each. Phone WA 8-1762. Jol-if ...... .
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52. t-e I 3 furnished A. Reynolds. 0 t.,...,.4 rnalo ..- ... -...t8.La.d W-, I. i iPeen. I I -- -- -- ---- -- -- --- -
room apartment -\ .. .w.Al .
FOR SALE by Own;; for r.ntAdu!" only. IP ;. 0NQ'CI CW P".LtC"TtOM"AU .. ss.d p S' v I' .to :
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Can. N D.1.... 1..1. .
C4.IUC' VA I4AG 1 I
1 acre with 4 year eld 2 bed 125 00 per month. Phone WA ;I Y_. PI tOO '- ......._ at .....
room home, kitchen ,..,....".... i I 9-1291. I FOR SALE:: : r.lU.l.I. 3..eva. Craw ...... k. r.d..n..a --.... II

2 perches g-*d well 19 citrustroee I II 32 Uc efficient& and _JXCELL.JNT.I' Isw'Ar.y.y. -, 1m ry .P.Ied 1555Cw ::..-:.::-r 5r.5C55ua.l...' .a.w :: == We don't
fly ..Irpl.r. ....
| Dlue Lustre ... .
I
country I living 6 ml f : ._ M 1..r. Wow .- Is w bee N M se/

Itt_ f rem town Only $..600If FOR RENT Unfurnished I holstery cleaner.' $ .9 -1.o.-; :" sw.w C.rwl..te, r1 :; =. -=-..::..1..e..INN 1545 5Ae.yy.h.h : ,\ can't train elephant

aeld b.f.,* Oct. 19. P. .. I newly decorated 2 bedroom shampouer $1. Arcadia) Music 5 -..... J,5aw Cm.a..C_-. w 3-s ... .. 54..50 1944I9440 *
air ....
Phon. WA 9-1521 I Iltt I 'i Street. Arcadia Florida. M C/o'.ry.. -', -M y.V-we--w1.....t .Mo..4 .. Cam' C el ,

I.UL& I.t __. JtM. a WC JO. a* Iasr.1 .... We don't build
12 to 1 or after 5 p.m. >'OR RENT Completely. fur.nlahed .4 wono *<=. WMITIMLL AYT alrplana.We'll N .
DavMOt J I'7 Oahe. 5..wor. k:1&1'J.: C..eP C.eC.
12.cI houae. Adults FOR Oooo) o'a-'i h _. 15 meon/ .
No pets. Cau WA 6-780 only.. la load CoAdiUest. OeooioOaa ::--.::::=: -,,:,-:... -= ,"--, J. 011. IS-IL. $1964 probably never gn to the / ",\,. ; ,
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1I its Cua .-.,. .-. WAinut4 .: :, ':4 t...... C .S '::. :: I We don't alter 1Cthlnar, oc. 2:

GRAVELY RIDINGMOWERS **- OI. '_ we 21.5 w ./3N.4 r lees JOHN PARKER .
I I. yen 5.t .n w, a 4..w P. We don'l
.. I.erThe 82-Ise' C.wr..o oS Ce a1.5 .1..... vow : practice law ti
tor 4.51. HELP WANTED
GravelT. Can Take TtaABCMrOM I n ._ ___ _. 1- s..w 5.rten. w a.ed arww REALTOR I We' can't ..t broken: I. ..
t --I FJ e? / .: ere: ...- w .,! MOMIS ONOVIB .' t a .T,
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OROUNO* EQUIPMENT C*. HELP: WANTED Young = _wee e ._ ...N.CyniPTu .. : '
We
single man field and office NOTICE : 1.d w.d N/re..P "AN''!:".* I .. can't hang wallpaper >lt'rt .

work Chance for ad- Have vacancy IW one elderly! i o.K.S: ; .... aw .. ...U1554.. Oeree ; W. don't aell clothes; :\' I

vancement.< 215 West Oak at. lady' In my home. Room and I Uk" I. "AHT .set Oeto and North Delete : :

Arcadia, FT*. txieiil and excellent. cere. C.Ut| 1...ALpPIA4SI..M..Wa. .- Areeeie .>.... WA 6.6.61 W. don't make ceramics). I.,

5 Acre Tracts 48-Uc WA 8-1602. i b:... : 6

WANTED 1.2c wo. Ia..s.. ....,."u. a -- 4 w.',. not painter"
S Mll_ Wet ef Arcadia Jeetff : Woman, white 1w 1- YOU iii
colored wid AV..C.. PIe..C. CAN: :MriIIUDACHE ,. .--
or prefably
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SR 70. Law Prise of $JKeer a ly p 0. Se 1055Sep We can't tIt ahoea '
-CAH 1:: :::
ow. Us live In. in earhange foroom THAJfU RELIEF f

Are wrtlt mall dewt board, light house work' I i.341. :_ ,... We don't fix t..ktn..t.. < k,. :

ayf. Itt. ....1....' tartae ." and small salary. Must have PAIN
CARD OF THANKS IMKI ye ....... We don't... know Jewelry
..Ia_.. ref......... '' We wish to thank our frteadaand 5w ... .. -- 1.e. IV'
Cal Neptune -23i after 4 1 eo A. M. __. ca.ao 12.es. tfp&lO rise yes rat heel
neighbor* far kind .._ .. ..4an.e W. can't fill '
P. M. your w h. sf D..Maaewas preacHpikHM.We're .
Turner Realty Co. - -- = :::
espraaaion os Bympatny In our .5M 4. OH.c. I .aver 14+4 of se 1, '
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19 N. .,...HI Aw.. I' bereavements Your estemiedk.nrlnaaa ;:. : ..._...... besese ttaa5ailtsple not farmer .
and floral! of forkngs -- c..tM.j aw r ssMCaq4e.r..ed.plcenvbd
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WA .>14.1 ( (a..q w. tlon't hardware.
WANTED win be I le" .. rylM.e+ir savvy
away* deeply j -
ape M rJ.J.-:: .;: f.1.1... tea .... IIMIIUU ... I

predated.The. I ou .I5 -- / .JuaIt11f r --sY.w.f We .....', eel) tracer.... 9
amity ., .! ;" r..4 w .4&* ...et ..

REAL ESTATE t \ WANTED I Interested- l The. an Arcadian AreatueDeSoto U-. Grace Munller. Rodger, :::=.w. .... w. ".,;.4..ando n 6-I 'B1 eMI w. can't pave .t......, <' J

.... ..++w
I / County .......... If IpCARD a .r..1 wall s
Sal..OpporttantytiNtrE21 .
as 4and
ar.y We don't dross. .
you have a nsns. Rant Jet H or T1IANKB ';....p pr.7.wowsN clot......

FARM AGENCY, II dews. and m+U It .. Pet Of. w. would like to take Mlle t ___-..-=:-r-- .8.55. N I -

the naltan'f a.adancI nm bas: 67e, The Atcadlan.Arrodlai nwthod. a6 thahki.lg our tlt.h M.ad .5C : oueesel ,..".. a;;: I
Estate sale o pAba Oft of- A r .. 1 YP rAe E ,. ;
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ten aat unusual evportamlly' or Stay In at ewr .<- aetg.liais for the newer. lace y4 aY.rl4d NlwON. I 1 .5.

I.. a qualified man w "fur I flee 20* West Oak SUevt.M I I..... and all ... _pr.--. .. ... 194 33. .1

I. bend-and-wlfe team .. sorvs I ..d.a.WANTW.A41K.U ..-...- swd sysO.ul7 M ourtweeevew.wt. -.. .- .. ..._ .. _.._ .JBUT v. gwr. c.n w't.J' "

aa brunch msaagcrs.Re5ry..1 1 EverytlMSMi weerMfe. .-- ... .

I tno brvrfteri.YOUK .' .... .. .I- ..."., ... I i .
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rvnnuc and UKTTrr and Drapertea. J6e 1 J.yeeeah.el -41 .
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> FARM AG1 '4CY. and door t* golf ,..... floee rUr12. .- .

lawns lhe fell ........ about ga'.9t ..1llsstor --- pl I r KEAlJARRITT (ClaSsified i4idvtrt.siAeiitsif

t w5e avttwctiMMty' .......,* a I 'J. J. 2. 1-
duiuastnn wit* eurdUvtrtrt
personal -

sales tot saanager.Wrtte Tire Discount LEGAL NOT1CI I


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United Form Agency - M M

Rtea N w. a.dd.ed.Dlaertet w aw 44.5w.11 5w. -w.I- .-wea5 ..- .... ... ... ---. a.I4r you .have .....hln.r' that. flo.sL..

JUfes M--cwr .'--.e H ce--y ..ip4PmW t8 aM tiM LL nfaf9 e.plnr5. just ri!.. our claaifl. i ad writer
f. O $... I" .. .. .oe.. .1
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GUARANTEE .....
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lS-A .TIIE ARCADIAN. Arcadia( Florida Thursday. October t. 1961r

., t ----- ARCADIA LIVESTOCK MARKET: J I


DESOTO FARM & HOME Old mer Mystery PictureThis .


Livestock Report
week's man of mystery was born In Magnolia

I Alabama and came to Arcadia some sixty

NEWS I years ago as a young man. His birthday is January -

: I I 28 and he was born in 1879. Slaughter Steers Stocker Steers

: He was married on I Stdn $16.50 to $17.50 Good $15.75 to $17.50

From the office of LESTER+ HATCHER County Agricultural I January 24, 1905 (almost Uty 13.00 to 16.00 Med 12.00 to 15.30
J;'; Agent, and POSTELLE DAWSKY, Home Demonstration Agent,
his Com 10.00 to 12.50
on birthday) Cut ll.OOto 12.75
service to DeSoto Grower

: -- tr1& as a public
e1r I ? = to a girl from Tampa Inf 7.25to 10.75

I who had been born in Slaughter Heifers

Georgia. They have Uty $12.75 Stocker HelfenCut

Sandspurs,. Big 'Meat' School to How to Put the 108% Disabled I I two children and,11 6 grandchildren great-- r 12.00 Med Good $14.75 12.25to to $15.00 15.75


Problem In be held in BartowMeat "Pinch" on the Vets May WaiveIns. I grandchildren.lie belongs to the 4 s Slaughter Cows Com Inf 10.00 10.00 to to 12.75 11.00

Elks is a Presbyterian i Uty $12.50 to $15.00

DeSoto schools for Florida Chinch PremiumsBert and Is well known y Cut ll.OOto 12.50
County restaurant personnel will be Bugs throughout South Flo- Can 8.OOto 11.00 Stocker Cows

sponsored In four cities dur- Close DeSoto County I Med $13.00 to $15.50
'By LESTER HATCHER ing the week of October 9- Full grown chinch bugs are :Veteran' Service Officer, announced rida.Read 1 Com 11.75to 13.00
black and only a fifth of an the clues care- Slaughter Bulls
8th, It announced here today today that veteran
was
County Agriculture Agent I : Inf 6.50 to 11.75
inch long. Their wings are i for fully and if you can Uty $15.50 to $16.50
by the Florida Agriculture who are rated 100 percent
of busily digging '
Many ua are -
folded over their back, with identify the Oldtimer, r +
Cut 11.75 to 12.50
up andspur In certain Extension Service, sponsors of i I ,I II their service connected disability
a area of our yard. This weed the school. |I I white areas showing The may also receive his write his name and Stocker Bulls

almost seem to have an uncanny The tour locations are at young bugs are back wingless bands.reddish It- OI Insurance dividend checkif yours on a postal and Slaughter Calves Med $12.25 to $15.00
with while
ability of changing It. Bartow, St. Petersburg Or- I his policy is in force. mail to The Arcalian. Com 11.00 to 12.00
takes 20 of these nymphs to Good $15.50 to $17.25
appearance. If you are one of lando and Tavares, and the I He should apply for a wai- j If your card is drawn
those engaged In this battle course will Instruct and demonstrate measure This an Inch usually attacks ver of premium which would and is correct you will receive a three-months Stdn 13.00 to 15.50 Stocker Calves
new trends with meat,. enemy mean he would not have to I Uty 12.OOto 13.50
t& rid your lawn of sandspur. subscription to the
first along concrete walks and paper. I Good $17.50 to $20.25 .
bere are acme suggestions.Sandapurs as well as merchandising pay further premiums as long
menu planning food costs, purchasing drives. The Insect sucks crass as he 1 Is totally disabled. He FINAL CLUE II Vealers Med 14.75to 15.25
are usually found: and Injects: a Slaughter
possibly
meat specifications juice also draw dividends on I charm and Com 10.00 to 12.25
may "He makes a point with grace
soil nutrition is low
\| where toxic substance causing yellowish i Good $17.50 to $18.25
prefabricated meat cuts, meat his waived insurance. Close Inf 8ooto 10.25
or wxcesslvey high 2)) where U brownish patches: In To win the panel's choice; Stdn 14.75 to 15.50 a
cutting low temperature meat said. .
soils are very acid 3)) where lie gives them the cold hard factsIn 13.50to 13.75
and will the that veterans Uty
cookery provide turf.To Close suggest
soils are too sweet for your restauranter with an opportunity check an ailing spot of discus their policies with his I a soft persuasive voice." Stocker Calves 10O-250

variety of lawn crass, 4) where to pick up valuable grass for chinch bugs, cut both office at the County court- Good $17.00 to $18.75
f there' la little competition from ideas for better profit for his ends cut of a large metal can. house. Med l:5.00to: 18.25

Kl "ther grasses. menu. Push one end of the can about Com 14.00 to 16.25:
If you have sandspurs. a soil two inches into the sod and
Polk
T. McCbwan
Jack Inf 10.00 to 14.00
ties will I determine If county agent will conduct the fill with water. If any bugs 1964 is Year For Owens News

y >u need to apply lime ma-. meeting In Bartow and the are present,. they'll float to
t rial* You may find that school will be held at the the surface. National Farmer
V >ur soil la already too sweet agriculture center there. Controling chinch bugs Is a Owen Home Demonstration Mr*. Clara Stroble. Mr.Vernoon 957 head of cattle and calves in the offering. Slaughter

id you should consider low Echool will be held at the problem. But, Florida Agricultural and CensusAn Club will hold a Community Strob., and Mr .Ray Steers steady to .50 higher heifers scarce, cows steady
ring the pH. agriculture center there. Experiment Station entomologists Crop covered dish supper at the Stroble attended the housewarming bulls scare and calves .50 to 1.00 lower. Stocker steers

Bahla grasses require a School days begin at 1:30: p.m. say that pesticides will Community Center Tuesday for Mr. and Mrs.Eddie .50 to 1.00 lower heifers .50 to 1.00 lower cows steady

'{lightly acid soil whereas St. and end at 8 p.m. The course such as VC 13. Ehion. be taken agricultural this nation-wide census night Oct. 13th beginning at Stroble Roan at their and calves .75 to 1.50 lower. 74 percent stocker 11 percent
Bermuda Trlthlcn. Dlazlnon and ron- year 6:30. Everyone in the Com- new home on Maple Streetin and 59 of the
and
Augustine grassWI Is open to the public. leaders will cows percent cows slaughter.
and census crew
sweet soil. 'nel will kill the bugs If applied munity 1* invited to attend Arcadia with Mrs. Betty
I es grown on properly. attend one of the 115 special Bring a covered dish and table Allen and Miss Manly. hosI -'-

In conclusion you may need Beef Attack the bugs by first training schools to be conducted service: for your family. The I I tease. their daughter Jean who has a The Langfang and little son
Feeder
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to change your grass variety 7 'laying down a water barrage.!I throughout: the country.At beverage. will be furnished. I Mr. and Mr*. Ben Robertson birthday the same day Oct. have attended our church

w w, to ,fit your lawn conditions or Then apply the death-dealing the schools, the crew le.dera Also the 4-H girls will give a of Pine Island stopped lit,. and Mrs. Lee Wilson Oct. many times so we are indeed

.4 apply soil ammendments to Grades AdoptedAs chemical .A 'Jar attachment to will earn how to organize-, report on their trip to 4-H here for a visit with Mrs. sorry to hear of his Un....

create a more favorable,, condition a garden hose Is a fine way'I supervise, and control their the agricultural districts Center In Washington,. D. C. Robertson's mother Mrs. H. O. 3rd.Rev.. and .Mrs. Dud Gillett Hope he will soon be on the
In -
to on the pesticide. Dosage census in July where they took a Johnson and family enroute
\ spray were the dinner guest of Mr. road to complete recovery.
.... consistsof
,for .1' Sandspur Standard varies with each chemical: which usually In Better Citizenship. home from a visit to their
:ti course and Mr*. Ray Stroble on Sun- Mr*. Susie Brewer and Mrs.
: thrives over a wide range of so be sure' to follow the directions -I one or two counties.The will Hope to meet all our neighbors doctor In Arcadia Wednesday day and during the afternoon Georgia Rayborn attended a
Florida
conditions.. To whip It. noth- If.Soto cattlemen will be on the container label. school In there. mcrnlng.. drove In to Arcadia 'to visit meeting of Florida Council of

fng,'beats competition from a interested to know that seven be at Ft. Pierce October Nov-13- Mr*. Jesse Tucker of Sarasota Friends of Mrs. Everett Rev and Mr*. J. D. Partin and Elementary Education held in \

Wealthy ,lawn grass.a classification fo rfeeder beef Seven Cases In 10th and at Gainesville was the guest of her sister Johnson were sorry to hear son who was.home for a short Winter Haven Wednesday j
vigorous cattle adopted by the U. S. emebr 47th. Mrs. J. K. Thlgpen and that she has been on the sick visit. through Friday of this week.

Department of Agriculture The census of agriculture is Mr. and Mr*. Grady Addisonon list and a patient In Charlotte Visitor !In our church services Mr. and Mr*. Wlllard Johnson J

went Into effect last Friday City Court Mon.Junior taken every five "years in "the 9". Tuesday of last week. Community Hospital several Sunday morning were and family of Placida 0
and
In 4"
,HAY September 25th year ending days. Rev. and Mrs. Bud Gil- Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Zelgler. visited their aunt and uncle
The official standards, which Redden Negro, was Information collected/ In the lett. Mrs. 1:. H. Little. Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. Oscar O. Roberta Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilson the
will serve at the primary baa- convicted: In City Court last farm census 1* vital In making Social I Security Joe Ptatton drove down to of Arcadia. Mr. and Mr*. latter part of last week.GUARANTEE.
la for appraising the grade of chargesof decisions affecting many segments Punta Oorda Thursday after Fait Cadwill of Old Miakka. -
1 1fc r ,FEVER, : fteder cattle In everyday trad- Monday driving morning while on Intoxicatedand of the U. S. economy. Dates Set For noon to see her.Miss The Cadwill visited a short r rI
Deal gathered include the number
ing by the livestock industry Betty Gasklns of Arcadia -
resisting arrest,. according
time with the Glllet as tehy
( and size of farms acreageand DeSoto
( are Prime Choice Good, to records. He was fined $200 I County wa the weekend guestof were. former school mate who
Standard, Commercial" Utility. ', harvest crop, a livestock Miss Cathy Converse, she J
90 days by MayorJudgePaul The IncomparableGillette
or had not
seen each other since
Sufferers Information Infor- Resident In DeSoto County
Jt and Interior. They are determined P. and hU. driver's Inventory\, I attended Sunday School and
Speer. high school days. We were I
mation on farm equipment with, Social Security problems .
by an evaluation of the morning worship with the
r revoked for 30
license days.
'and some production expend will be able I to meet with arepresentative glad to have all of them with
i]-i a.ae .M < 'YNa-tt tea factors associated with a feeder This wa sRedden's first offense. I Convene family. Also Mis and ,
Muii us hope they will
come STAINLESS
mmi from the home
STEEL
0 M 1 ': < Mil animals logical II.upt.rpot.nUat ,itures. Ellen Conical of Bradentonwas BLADE
't .
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HlMMMlf f and IM .a..r MM again. ,
t In Sarasota at the De-
r ltl-.JJ''!*.,< ll>l.< Ca -w ww ,. and the animal's indications Other court actions were: office the over night guest of I fives JOG mars* suptrtly
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( Soto County court house from Friends were to hear
sorry
of thrlftlnessThe Mrs. E. B. Converse and all com'o'hbT.-&II..n
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and ,Aubrey Ends ferbladetMnaaiotlerbisdei
A V! HUM Sam Whitlock
-.r'. ::. M.MIM..Ntr;.. I Minoughan 0am. until noon on October of the illness of Mr. Lang-
*" -: fev* new feeder grade attended the football game In .. r
drunk James ,
*VW Ctftl.4 Ml!(,tff(. "'".WfhMl...j Tyner simple: ; I 13 and October 27th. It wa fang of Joshua Creek. He wa I
1iM.4-- aArcadIa --- closely conform for slaughterU ia. drunk Arcadia Friday night.
: N Negro, simple ; Airline Course 6 for 894 10 for $1AS
ar.Mr.rin; w r 1 .S. satndards for slaughtercattle. announced here today.In Mrs. C. W. Pearce wa visiting taken 111 while vtllng on I
Edward Lee Whldden. Indecent the month of November, the East Coast where he wa .5., ".. N ... .-- ....... Pie dl..
Aj result of the Wauchula for the day I
In
a exposure $5O bonds es I .-W _sod....Se ,lie.....,..
Drug changes, names of the top six treated.. ; Alexander Crlstlan. Patrick Mlncufhan.: of Arcadia the schedule will l b be the 10th with her slater's Mr*. MatUe a patient, for several .day. _Ge., e.sia .. ---. re I hoI '.assesChildren _
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Arcadia, Florida be the same as the top six reeled.. and LeveVt StaleyNegro -I,, special training with Northwest the 8th and 22nd.Carlton Gore. Thursday. I
: I Orient Airlines and has Benefit. ef UnderprivilegedSchool' ., Desete Cemttychroom
grades of slaughter cattle. A driving wrong way Mr. and Mr*. Roy Thlgpen
,-- --- been assigned to Cleveland t ( : Lun. Fund)
feeder animal which qualifiesfor down cne-way street,. 93.OO.eetreated. were hosts at a Fish Barbe-I
the Choice grade, for example Hopkins Municipal Airport as Attends cue supper at their home Saturday

has the potential for Another driving while Intoxicated transportation agent for the evening for Mr. and. FISHSaturday FRY
r developing Into a Choice grade charge was continued airline It was reported here Photo Meeting Ms. Raymond Dertdcffm of I

laughter steer until next week today Arcadia and Mrs. Davidson
Several states utilUe the Mr. .Minoughan 1 Is the son of C. J. Carlton. Jr, attendeda brother Mr. Seward Barron cf
tentative standards as a guide !Mr .arul Mrs.' Joe Minoughan State Convention of Ut Atlanta Ga. OcServing rober 3rd, 1964

Inhe conduct of officially Howell Trains Ambra-Kay Terrace Arcadia.: Florida Prcfesaional Photographers Many happy return. of the
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ft-OO: P. I I until 3OO P. M.
i ithree
HU training consisted' of I and a Salon Show at
graded feeder 'cattle sales ai to little John Wesley
day
OOOFKLLOW HALL. ON U. .. HIGHWAY. 17 SOUTH
llef1111A/1t/ 1 week of concentrated i Orlando
: IMaaa
the hotel -
well as a basis for federaland Off CaliforniaKelthley Cherry Summeralla on his second .
federal-state market new Instruction In N thw..t.s reservations -I' lat Friday and Saturday birthday. Alao Mr. and Mr. -

reporting. ticketing, and operating ,' \ Everett Johnson celebratingtheir $1.OO DON,ATION $1.00
:! T. Howell. seaman In class 'I
procedure Carlton. a commercial photographer
and
While the USDA currently) wedding anniversary
servlci USN. son of Mr. and Mr. |held In St Paul' main base. a* well a* the LL ol.;
has no official grading t Keithley I:. Howell of Routet
I the PC lire Department,. heard I -
for feeder C'atUe.h. Agrlcul t, Arcadia, .Is participating In
i the nation commercial
tural Marketing Act of lfMauthorises .a training operation called. Oddfellows To top
and
photographers equipment

low to liven up such' a service establishment If needed b o<'1 ,"CxercUe the coast' of Union California Square"while off Hold Fish ma nu factors lecture, a* well l

the Industry to facilitate mar.. Fry'A a* attended a lecture by Lt ....
serving' aboard the Carrier GET AFOOD
1 Victor' Coll in* and DrputjWalt
k.Une.r'"ITCHING.
\ a lunch box UHS Providence.Tralntnc Operation. of this I'I ,' fUh.fry Saturday cupper* October will 3rd be County Johnson Sheriff of. Department the Oran

Meet- h ee-, flme t aN type are held periodically& to,1 ; -
yef at the Oddfellow Hall. Hlghwy The subject of the lecture w : '/--
$ed ee'wk taste wew a3 : ? Increase the n.mbatdIne.; 's I IT south for the benefit 'Photography In This -
yMN.ehl.4seN'"use KIeft SaigIi .. of fleet unit*. of under-prlveledged childrenof
... li.... '... dieter fansmla. It7enw --. .- i flees of Crime .
..e" .New1a' f1.rt ir Let .. step -- \ DeSoto County. It was announced "

1 lh .fie da aoo.IU.ic rebel Io ee.eenelly I.,... ..... --.a. here today, aH << FREEZERWHEN
rsuxU .textMiqi. of ..crams.maxw also :AM.T. ... I The serving of the flak supper H
iKRAFTSandwich .,....... din Ist".,...... IMMpoHocMMM 1.. ..ao.,1MdNa... .. t:I I will begin at S PJTV and
tmert tHte*. DeMMMuv* = .._ .. !
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tK*. *ntUn .*. KUUmflUOMof*wr .ea re Pad. DE SOTO :
face. ....... skis .healm* "D.a.Jt'stun _I twe.. .... M-. .1.rM I will go Into' the schobl lunch. YOU PURCHASE A ,
{ Spread .anti limas,Li.ped.ue OtMnl.ae.4Jaa J M -- d.lfe\ This was Rertdrn' first of. 1

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: Introducing- I TIlE ARCADIAN Arcadia. Florida Thursday, October 1, 1964 1-B
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f ,I I By NANCY YAMA The Build og's Bark 8; I




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the Tarpons made a great series :
Introducing- : Bulldogs Tic
1 P of offensive plays which
.. resulted in a touchdown pas,
By KAREN AMES Tarpons 13-13 plus the extra point. Again
S the outstanding three. Tra-

j By RICKY DODD wick Lewis, and Yarbrough
L I combined talents to score.
Last Friday night the Bulldogs Lewis, picking up the first
tied In the game against down and Yarbrough catching -
the Punta Cords Tarpons witha
a long pass, put us Within -
score of 13-13. 10 yards of the RoaL Tra-
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4 y Arcadia scored their first wick ran the touchdown: and

I touchdown in the first quarter I Yarbrough caught the point
sr Darryl Trawtck punted to the pass making the score 137.
Serving on the Bulldog'sBark P 43 yard line and due to an I During the second quarterthe
editorial bond tnis year I extra effort. by Jimmy Yar- Tarpons came back to
1s Lew Bassler A wellknownsenior rough, who recovered<< the score again, tleing. the Builders. -'
around DBS, Lew Isseen bull, set us up for the first I Neither the Bulldogs
often working on projects \score Steve Lewis, who now nor the Tarpons! score.during .
fr for the betterment of our bus a rushing yardage average .I the second half.
school. I of e carried the ball
yards The result of the game places -
Lew Is an honor roll student s 'acres the gust line. The Bulldogs i DeSoto with 15 points toward
and Is a member of the fated, In making the extra lye state tournament.The .
Calvin Clouse is shown above being presented a National Honor Society. She i 4 point I I game tomorrow night will,
Is also a past recipient of the During the second! quarter be played In Okeechobee'i
_ going-away present for his faithful work in the English Award For the past I l
Bark and Growl photography department. Betty three years she has served as
Goskins. editor, represents the Bark, and Sue Bust Student Council representative -
ler, representing the Growl, was unable to be present from her class Lew was
for the picture.EDITORIAL. co-editor: of the 'Bark" last 3k.
year and attended the Journalism -

Institute last summer. 'The male member' of the I
She Is a member of the Quill
Bark editorial board ls a capable "llclufJ
and Scroll.If senior, Rupert Smith _
By Rupert Smith you spot a slender' brown Well-known for his speaking
::It.t MARTHA JO HILL
haired girl with a friendly has
ability. Rupert won several I
This is it, your last year of high school. I know some happy smile for everyone speaking contests duringhis
of you are glad to see it come, but others, like myself, you've no doubt found Lew! four high school years. I

don't feel quite ready for it. Sure, there have been Fie claims membership In Officers of the freshman claaa are, heft to right

times when things were piled up on you and. you've Whiddcn Heads the Quill and Scroll Student Steve Sort-Ill, vice president; Gene; Hitch, prel- Hi everybody! amt ..n,. face drawn on'their
said "Oh how I wish I was out of this *#. place." Council "Bark, and is pars dent and. Melvyn Chriatianson secretary-treasurer. I The Bulldog's played, a hands.
But now the moment of decision has arrived, and you're lalmentarlan of the Key Club. magnificent game Friday Connie Head and Rowdy
afraid to face up to it. For eleven years the majority Radio Shows Rupert was a ou-edltor of Key Club Clubs Meet night All of the students her Bateman are stilt writing. She
of the students have breezed along never thinking that the "Dark last year. and sports at DIIS. are still very proudof sure can find some "crasy"
one day you must leave these hallowed halls of old DIIS. By NANCY YAMA editor when he was a sophomore I, ElectsSweetheart First Time you buys. card to send to him! :,
This past summer he Last Saturday night was a Jeanl Carroll and Jerry .
You must leave the old alma mater and do one of two For several years'now the I .
was a delegate to Boy's State "smelly" one If you saw the Douglas had a date* to the)
students of DeSoto
things. You must either get a job and earn a living, High school
or to college to further education.If have had a radio program on and was elected as county II I This Year new Sub-Deb members you game last week. Vickie Shelter
go your ,
Friday afternoon at 4OO commissioner and as mayor know what I mean by "smel and Itlchard Farewell
you plan to get a job as soon as you graduate thatis sponsored by the Bark. of his "mock town". i Carol Edmiston reigns this This year DeSoto High ly", They all looked so cute from Wituchul also& had., .
no excuse to start relaxing. Even if you aren't able This Pete \Vhidden Rupert is an active participant -I month as the Key Club's first School has a varied and Interesting and clean. Clean? What ever dale
year (Is I
to go to college your employer will be glad to see an the head announcer of the m the varsity, basketball. I sweetheart. selection ot the group of clubs that that was that they were coated I James Capell certainly, enJoyed .
outstanding record for your senior year. This is the program. Pete is a active aquad lie was a member of school 1 year, Announcement. of* meet In the high school every with really stunk? But all ot I last weeks paperII*)
time in your life when you should bear down and study student of DIIS. lie very Is presi- that great championship team I of selecting one sweetheart forth I other week. The roster Includes the girls took It In stride and cut out the> pictures of Betty
harder than ever. Take all the aptitude tests you possibly dent of the National Honornoclety we had. last season, and will lovely ,freshmen sweetheart Key Club. interact ." ..:)'un. had a wonderful i Oasklns In all the papers be,

can so you will know what job you are best suited a member of the Key surely help It to keep Its high / Publications (Hark and time. could find .
t
llomemakersof Cheri.I Neal and Vaughn Al-
I). Future
Don't think because Club and besides being head rating,; this season.Presents row LeDan :Sorrells! and flay-
for. that just you aren't able to 1 America (rItA). Handicraft ken double-dated with Nancy
of the radio show Is mond Christ had date: lad
attend college that you can't be as well qualified as one on theachool' Club Student Council Polk and Danny Bailey to the a '
who does.. There are a multitude of courses available : Growl staff. Future Teachera of America game. and dance last weekend Friday night.
to you that you can take and obtain degrees in. Taking Pet. has two assistants Show 'I (PTA). Honor Society, Fu- Mary Lyons was complimented Rupert Smith U believedto
Sue Hauler and Hupert Smith. of Am.rle.CFFA with surprise birthday te interested In a certain.
these courses in special classes: or even by mail you ru: .'. lure Farmers a
yoke Is heard along with Science Club given to her by JoAnn Sophomore girl
can go as far as you wish. reteevery For Half-Time ( ), and the party

t If you have the opportunity to take the other alter- that she Is Friday.his "right Pete hand says Last Friday these club heldtheir Ingram.Fowler Is really lookIng i iPrlasy I' she When really Palsy sneesett Weekly She ants CMuaeU,
native and to college must concentrate first meeting for the 0463 ,
woman"
even She
go you has been a faith- JANET HAYES forward to the first week'of I Nancy McDonald. to Jump a
harder on attaining the highest possible average you ful member of the Bark and Band Reporter school term, and mad plansfor October Is It possible that )'few feet In the air last week.
for senior The college boards will look Is now serving the coming year. Among
can your year. M Business Frank Strickland might com Richard: Nalberger has, ..
HonorSociety.
(Continued to page 3-D) (Continued to pap 8-B) DeSoto High's marching these club was the; horn al that lime '
little gr..rl'wwlrr
new frlendl' a
wbkb.be-.s (It's .>fflcers
JUt" I .
? band their second "
r_' presented for this> Pet Whid Janis Oder and Billy Wools that' he |.lftItarUn..
year
half-Urn show last Friday den Steve LewIs en had a date this. weekend ,I and hla friend reused ..lull.a .
prldert:
1 night to a full hou.*. Fifty-
i marched YI -pr."d.a'; and Betty As did Nancy Yam. and Lewis. commotion in American
two down
striding" they Hay. i Problems dace.Coogretuhatiune.
Oasklna secretarytreasurer -
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around D.I S.I I to Carol.Ed:
After Harry Ooldrlng was A new fad -
playing the fanfare ala
IL THE BULLDOG'S BARK standing position, they assembled placed In charge .f lid schoolCaatUnueil Is "finger t uplN.. Several' minion who was voted Key-

Into a T formationand wa made Friday by. ( let..page 3-II) people have had these whit (Continued-. to page '-IU -

played the Tarpon's fight Key Club president. lucky 1
aong which was the Notre I D. 0d.
Dam victory march. Following The October sweetheart will : r i"\,.

Published weekly by the newspaper staff of the T the band quickly be honored by attending' the A4h
moved Into where the
a stage this
Club party and meeUng
DeSoto County High School. Arcadia Florida majorette performed- their month. Carol i* a member of .;
routine. After this a D was 1/-/
last hold
} the DIIS band year
formed and the DIES Alma ,
orflr and this
Ing an year
Betty GaskinsEditorinChief Mater was played. Last
Connie McCormick marching a* a .ontte.
Associate Editor There .ls much enthuaiaaiam year she was a member .!
being shown by the band this a Student Council and an eighth
They working e.- grsl cheer.... She Is nuWa
are
year.
Jayn Dotter
d Business Manager Carolyn Evans ____ DIIS Publications .
ctMH.. ... She
Martha Jo Hill -_ Social) b.cteta retmety hard to make Mr B-equad *
Diane Montgomery _i Exchange Mia Sidney Anderson ry proud of the DIIS marching also represented her eighth
Calvin Clous M Photographer Faculty Adviser. Stauch and the community grad ctaaa. as s tepreeentaContinued ..
band. ( to page I-II) ,a
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i & '" EDITORIALS [(I JCM at'* 3 31.e E.lilo II IIl Dcsoto County!! 1. News
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0"( ::",t >ear Fellow Merchant and ted Into one place. Choice of Of Bygone YearsTaken

Guest Editorial Downtown Property Owner: the wrong part now appearsto i

I am writing to you regardIng be vital- The whole puzzle :- from the files of
a very serious situation could fall apart. The only
Claude Chairman DeSoto County
By Jones The Arcadian The
that is developing for the true guide Is the laws of na- 1 'tIT '
Arcadia Champion.
News and The
J Industrial Development Comm. merchants downtown Arcadia. ture. In the past many parts

We are being faced with have been fitted in the wrong SAYS HERE:
I_ .,. 1 Chamber of Commerce1= a major shopping center which places. This puzzle worker has I 1'111I3"1' I J

according to plans will be failed to work some puzzles,
Industrial development is a must in teachers Salaries adjusted so that completed next February or but his record proves that ,he You have never seen Cod, 55 Years Ago *

i this day and ace for any community.Why qualified teachers will be available to March. Work Is scheduled: to. has worked many very. very my friend? Then you've never

population us. Physical facilities provided to start on this shopping center intricate puzzles, and all of silently,
1 ? With our present watched the dawn In The Champion September fruit. It Is a mistake .'...,
explosion ((235,000,000 by 1970) Jobs bring out the best in our teachers and October first and will add his experience tells him that swiftly, swallow up the night. 30, 1909 the truck farmersof much of this fruit hen .:

must be created. Our State of Floridais the best in our students. New industry around 23.0OO square feet of Goldwater is by miles the best You've never see the !p ten- Old DeSoto County had met pers would, be better )

looks for this.Community. Sales area to our small com- puzzle worker of the two. dot and beauty radiated in number of hold the fruit a few (I
j growing at the rate of 100,000 new !in Wauchula and a "t.."
families and over 800 new Industries munity. Some merchants will In duty to himself a person the heavens as the sun bursts men had agreed to plant Irish and have the stock rip :j
planning* be affected more than others, should be guided by his own
"" -are we recognizing forth upon the horizon.
The meeting was From the Brown
down to specifics potatoes. le
( To stet .
per ytMit but single merchant in self Interest and this Is the solitude tvr
our negative aspects and proceeding every You've never sat in the Thornhill who
called by E. C these .
respondent come
our own town of Arcadia will feel the positively tot rrect them 7- downtown Arcadia will be affected guide all people use. But. many of the early morning: elected chairman of the Russ ::;:
1 was Messers and Smite: ,
pressure in the next few years in spite recreational and 'cultural T-transportation to a great degree by this peope are short sighted and, and listened in rapture, all Mrs. T. K. McRae\ was their locomotive and c.
of what some of our people think, and and control- shopping center. think the parts fit when they else forgotten to the melodious group.: tr.iI III
-paring traffic elected secretary. operation. It looks like.
in of efforts by some to containit .. don't.Careful friend very careful the birds. o r.
spite The shopping center is beIng warbling of .
( Yes. iness to that
zoning Industry looks for this. The following had agreedto see 'dui .
as it is. Jobs must be found for our built In spite of the fact whea you choose the partto You've never stopped to seethe
and stated the
through
and looks for good sound local plant the potatoes going WOO
industry tit the in November.
place
people coming out of school. that Arcadia Is not growing dew-kissed rosebud nor
own young, these people government But most important, industry regardless of what any selfish If Johnson goes In our present marveled at the wonder of it the number of barrels of "Our little town has s 1 It
this i III
If not done, young William Mc-
needed
stales the community attitudedo chaotic condition could be seed they : an attraction for drur. -,'
tell We do ;
scatter to the four winds, and our town group might ycu. all.The Geehee 12. Isaac Pace, 3; W. They even come on Sun' ;:
I I the people want new industry with not have any new industriesor heavenly t compared with what earth mirrors the image ;,
sits idle while the world it by.nnw' 6 Joe Crews. 18; E. fori.
passes H. Lay, Listen
; wedding bell
u to come. >
the new j ebs. and income? Are they Increased payrolls plannedfor of the Almighty Creator its
G. H. Hay-
1 12
C Thornhill. ;
f is industrial! development accomplished willing tovdo the things necessary to Arcadia. In fact the payroll Tom Casklns surely as beautifully, arid as 15; Riley, Sellers. 3.; A. From the Buikti! : .
attention Are the Arcadia has now is on perfectly! as the peaceful, crystal mans pondent: "Prof. W A ..
? :By sound planning, by people attract industrial. 7 L. Turner, 8; L N. Townsend, ,
such low scale that lake reUlO4tabe tower who is teaching school ,
interested their home town and a a great (Editor's Note: Recently we
working together who are people HoJ4 on 12; W. C. Braudock. 4; D. C. "
zendorff ,
home *
Is taken for food and ing mountains and the stately was
portion
i in Arcadia's future and the future of are they\selling it to everyone they published a letter from Kum- Sums, 8; John Burnett. 3; A. but returned to hit .>

w our. children. Our local tax structureS meet? This is what industrial prospects housingMr iko I&uchl,. a grammar schoolgirl plies.It would see God, rise C Walacc, 4; Gas Lillydale. 6; again Sunday a.m." ,
this you
i S isifavornble. it must be equal acronn+, loo *for and on which is based fellow Merchant all from Japan requesting a at early morn and be still W. T. Btthea, 10; P. J. Hires Business notes ISho.A
adds to only one thinl&- from this The
up pen pal area. 4 John K.!:
6 O. M. Revells ,
industries will their finaTOccision for location. the C H. & N R.n
I ''iJ 'the, board so that new every dollar this shopping young Japanese' girl wanted to, you'll surely see him all around Haines 6; H. D. Johns, 7; A hart
/ :. note be penalized by excessive taxation. center takes In will come out .xcn inge postcard: collections. you. 3 Edward Himrod ed rotes that Thomas.!! I ;

O.r school system mutt bo analyzed, What about you 7 What Is your attitude cf your pocket and mine. They The editor imroeJiately sent 8 W., F.ticrlis.M: Morris, ; R. D. Moore Sr., had just had u n<

I curriculums expanded and improved. ? Are you selling Arcadia? certainly will not create any her a packet uf Ar ad.... De- When an American runner 4, T. K. McKue 39.; and J L. mcnt of garden. seed .n

new business. The fact that SOLO and fiorlda .ardsThu beat a Russian a two man hidden.. 8. photo chop over Gor .&

-- .. some selfish groups state that is her ItttUr in answer); tract event, the sports writer Store advertised that n
the shopping center will kv p Sept. 2". 13: < 42O for a Soviet newspaper did A story released from Savannah. the latest styles in ph,
not know how the Ga.. had a headine; finishes and did work ,
to
more Arcadia dollars. at home : .. Izuml Komoe-cho report
't1 There time when need- according to Webster. Then there's *
was a a man "Florida Oranges Green". It
result with out admitting the black and white as
does not "hold water". The
Kitatama-fiun. Tokyo.
J Ing transportation could go downtown the animal lover with Barracuda Impala merchandising: set up onn.* Japan Red defeat. His editor had read: 'Shipments' of Florida Sepia.

and buy kimnelf a Ford, a Plymouth Mustang, the Fury and the wild, stores planned In this .enter more experience and wrote: oranges;: are arriving on this The Arcadia M... .

I Chevrolet 1'ontiae, Olds, or even a good wilder Wildcat. One pirate-story fan are very.. similar to the stores Dear i-ditor: In a recent race Ivan Step market dally. The commission Company advertised

1 old Model But not anymore. Our came up with the Cutlass, ; the Corvette. we already have and the new To tho editor from Krumiko hancvich of the Soviet Union men report that the fruit is groceries with prices tlct

'. modern trend have developed a new which i is a sailing ship smaller than a auditions wilt not subnutntidi-. Isuchi. Auiuma has come to came In second, the American !green with slow sales* although Canned lobster, 35c ,

i4 dcal in auto-buying. And the reason frigate and larger than a sloop, and the ly acid to the assortments of Japan Autumn, especially in runner came In next to last. as high as $3.>O has shrimp ISc: ; olivet U)< ,-
JIA is errul. Thank this
Mn wyn been received (lor acme of
for this drastic chancre U a new breed Corvalr Corsa, a pirate ship. The merchandise i now, available !In so much fur complyingwith bottle; canned beets, IS': '
yu
minded thinker who contributed Arcadia.We What did the mother ghost canned strawberries, 35
of creature: in a grey flannel suit Ivy- astronomy ray request: Heartiest before
in the Galaxle Polara, and Nova. the Merchants: of: down say to the baby ghost That was DcSoto tom i 1 \
league styJc, who slumps an expensive thanks. %My pen pal U Miss his first solo flight. Remem-
,1 t laathir executive chair swivel-type The Electra 225 was evidently named town Arcadia have many 'r..ei na Marie Johnson and ber dear to fasten: sheet even physical or financial reserves and Arcadia 53: years au
your worth anything unless
are
after of of things In our favor. First of she is 12 old. How .
d in a carpeted office with chrome-plated the daughter Agamemnon years gladI belt. -
a they are accompanied by
all 1 don't think Arcadia Is .
iloo-dads'and, an enormous plato gluts Greek mythology, and, then the Sky- a ."chain stoie. town. Our was when I received her genuine reserves of the spirit. A& .i.it

vrsta of the Hudson or the Kmpiro: State lark, LeSabre, Fury, Special: Jetstar, customers still like to do business letter shall today!1I "Is It trUe" the reporter I have pointed out before that
building or whatever view one gets never forget your asked l a big-game hunter, Jesus was called "The GreatPhysician"
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friends and
y with their ,
t Valiant Dart Coronet Custom kindness. I'm
Tempest not good P
a
very
"That wild animals will notharm
35th floor of because lie constantly it
the
looking out from
an .
1: neighbor and people they associate writer but I do hope will 'I'II
J;; advertising{ agency office on 5th Ave. 88 'and many more. One man, with in civic, church understand my letter.you you if you carry a taught that stress and
perhaps'1 ralnweary and at 5 m. on torch? worry are futile, that men
t nun, NYC. This fellow's assignment, p. and community affairs. They Please take the greatest care
"It
all the hunter
'r tt (at upward of 2A grand per year) is Friday created the best of all "Pontiac till meet like. and to come visit with downtownand their of your hetlth- replied; on depends"how fast you carry material must net things.be overanxious It Is significant for aI
to "Think of for which ;
a name a car Pontiac] f "Kumlko IguchlBabson's it." that there Is actually not I
the Th.
friends street.
on
will cause the American motorist to buya tr t I
} Bank. Postoffice, First Federal a great deal written in the __
new one every year" All American And so (tt goes every year about this Florida Power and Light, and Dibit about sickness1. Few

'. car manufacturers seem to have a time in he fall, 'a new model of a:'new Telephone offices wUl In my RBabson eport atlas stories about the followers of COSTLY IMTEaCEPTIOH!

thinker of this typo who reaches far Jesus Indicate that they died
car with a new name from the K'r atestInlulltry' opinion remain downtown for This kind of interception
t, and wide Into many corners of this many years to come. W. will* of Illness; those who were not could penalize you finsa.daily.
t world of ours for ideas. In the world, the automobile still have m much greater selection Park. Mass. September Look however at the stocks martyred lived apparently to .Th Comprehensive

manufacturers of America. and variety of merchandise 24 Our business editors listed on the Big Board today" an extremely old age. Surelya Personal Liability cov.r.

;: Such names as Riviera I.eManli. Catalina available than the and columnists dig into and you wil< see that certain spiritual rebirth would be sae. available Homeowner in JEtntisualty's ,

,\.. and lalilJ\l suggest", romantic faraway Kdltor's. Note: All the above model l shopping' center lust,.about every political In Issues lr.i lioe* even that the answer for most of us to policies provide financial
dustrial.,commercial., and.fln are: br akJag. ]; tks>>pch all-time the strains that beset us. In. sadists 'tr the ewefef'i il
survival will _
:: One UelvrderoI the new advertising For'your own -
places. r r .
model, f Jh narneji.-caroeyrpra
.. ancial Influence: on our economy -' highs-sre crab-watkfog' ide- these difficult tension-ridden ability salts arising from
'1 I named after either a beautiful view published In the September 24th you stand up and be counted Now and again I am wise with no pep. I wonder days. bodily injury or propertydamage
and help fight for more oU caused by
j or the.uppermost! story of a building, Issue of The Arcadian. street puking If It becomes struck by the fact that they what would be found by doctors children pets or other your
--- seldom take Into consideration who examined the of
--- -" men members of family.
will you help to get your
necessary how much business especially some of these firms? There Don't tell the tired looking
the parking meters removed?
Individual. companies may well come a day, I predict person he needs a vacation;
YeJ Will help work for new
you can be affected: by the health when company: directors the chances are he Just had
sidewalks In the business district -
.
of the executives at the helm. will distribute to their stockholders one.
downtown and tie this in .
CORPORATION MEN AND annual health reportson --
with a downtown beautifies-
ALL PURPOSE
Uon HEALTH all their key men. along
project
For a half- entury I have with their financial audit. RUPERT
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For self preservation If we been making a detailed study This could result In some of 3lNONE"OILOils SMITE: : AGENCYWA
will all work together and
WASHERS/ : the climbing
: ( of company .arn1181On a "sleeper" companies -
redouble our efforts to do the S.1311 WA 5-2341It
best merchandising job we greet many occasions: I have upward again Everything S. DcSoto Ave
found that falling health on TWO KINDS OF FIGURES
,
know how. Increase our advertising rnu CASUAlTY
I the of executive has
part a key IMPORTANT
make our stores as Prevents Rust 1m *j. watt COMTHTT
been responsible for declining has been
Studying
figures ,sows, eoeanamrI
attractive as possible, (well
.a 12 IB. J business. This shows up most one of my most important occupations. IUUUI-O SlIA'-UICIIIC
LOAD FILTER-FLO WASHER lighted, reflxturlng If necessary Mull .
clearly when one firm .In a I learned long ago. -
teach selling --- --------- .
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field that Is booming unable
however that the "human fig .
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en to do a better job the ----- ---- -- --
to buck the competition tiro." have got to be in condition -
MINI-WASH SMULL LOAD WASHER aboppiJcenter will not createsnore and chalk up satisfactory pro- If the -mathematical figures' I

town empty Arcadia.On buildings. In down fits.An are going to plea_ stock- 1 SHOP ARCADIA FIRST

executive, for instance, holders. The businessman, who
the other hand If we sit may be at his desk every day. is going at top speed every I Headquarters For

eNNNe back and do nothing to solve and put In his full total of waking moment In the business -

1 t.NMM ... our problem and merely accept hours;,he may attend conscien: day; keeping up his social ; LOWE BROTHERS PAINTS
J the shopping center as
... i I ) could or business commitments:
Inevitable Arcadia very
during the evening; and living
-i. w easily become another downtown ficulty may be that he Is not on headache pills. pep pills I SUPERKEMTONE KEM.GLO

Saraeota. St. Petersburg really well enough to snake and sleeping pile Is. not going !
Bartow. Orlaatdo. ee Lakeland. that Important extra effort to keep a jump ahead of 6 RUB & BUFF METALLIC PAINTS

__ Which way wtll Arcadia got that goes Into the making of his competitor for very lung.I 6i I

i. The' verdict will rest with us, a top-notch official. He ma I am convinced: that there i ANTIQUING KITS

u.. merchants of downtown. not have the special zest to,1 will come: a day' when top cor1 I

Arcadia.J.. extend his lines and his ter-,1 pxration men will be retired SEC CROWS
FOR
i W. (wally) CoWnaPalmda" ......,.. sufficiently to bold PAINT
e MMI.....*alls_ Ui fW and pensioned strictly. In accordance ,

......n' .h.s.4 weiR-* Florida his company eft the top of the, with their physical CROW Paint
beep. condition rather than with And Furnaces
e 4 lie. *-aJseerMt elM' September X3. l *4The.
I
WHAT AILS SUCHOUSINCSSMENT their ago Some people of
t
i i 1 .at TfcUtor. Column. of course, ban far more vita- 112 We t Oak Street V/A 9-2321
Reader The reason why such conditions lily than others mod can standi

"'"' I e tip, 12 /wstel" c..clty The. AreeaunAreedta. are seldom diagnosed Utbat I i the modern "rat ra n" for' lon.-

r' fee.lerfe h aril h weli.t! Florida. Itlnsss la often Ushtof !l er periods of time. The reel
Deer Sir In terms o* heart tremble,., solution to the problem Is ax
... In, weckifiei a mechanicalpuJtsJe
high bleed pressure, chroaUtilren. voiding unnecessary worry
3 WASH CYCUS Jew. er otherwise,, ytnaMe.. What I I I and prtssures.. cutting. out

4 the. pert fcev to tit ee else bare come Uplift In my stud!**.t trees oe'k.' The
the .,..... la not solve*. This only oneFUEL I
e 3 WASH TIMMRA> In flaw the baa usually been strese and I streamlining unwtelrtjr or Ini -
Failure
Is fact.
e"1i. a strain caused by worry ieendUUen HnC'Me'rtmeau.. and
TURK la *.. to lad el
S pens tecether
could *
that often only I i delegating jotoe that Ju
|........e*. Seme pools, trained apedatMtW weu well be handled by com*

2 WASH SPEC&SWATfft _ken admit tfceir lack elto peel- Men who awns to be do. present asaUtsnts-

i.>l>nientosi but do keep:' tam dote Important jobe faith SPIRITUAL RESERVES GAS
1IIn"'". atsteerelr using all
f1&U7... seldom thought ef mi GSSSNTIALR.meribet
SXVUt> LOAD the best ol
t their tacwiue Sm ; "d 4t "' too, **** !>',t t
.. SELECTION their ability and tn Skis way :: !

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Fom.af ....... ..... w*.., wtn btoeae. ttMparts

Sjitsm it thee de no. m.U. bets a REFRIGERATIONCOOKING

sad the* wtlt try to ......tax: Over Change. of-LJte?

wag ert ta Urn -ins* feseaS .. f... ye.z...... 0........... eg.P

M.4 ...e will put. what appears Mbe : wM .-w we-se's .-Del..
tit lavs speee mm*..
a sow
I wssIy 4e-t *e eMcUt w 's>e.*i I
.It .M te CM: It hS a
s359.is aay. well eu ..d M.-LV.JM E. riaks>a.ss.
c sell u... go ee I \ 9T\mmU c-..*.. -revsC '. HEATING
wee else tie. piual. fleet ...... f5y+4 u.-. w.la:3 ...... k7 a w..a-spatially is
.._..-.ee U erPers eat UMs .. ..e b,
rface that tk*VMS*** is werfc.unlee + :ias..et.f ..44.n bet fa tM iseddwae.e.l ..al.,

es' ...... u.- ..... the wt a.)k... waaaaa a.d .lasts...
T'-e e ap.et.l 1a Mebear teats we..w aZtec
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...ti swdteem. wbkk c. tonal. that Yk hb ..
tr.te.ra. w weer
aa.aw.c ...... ... laser
i 1s1We.lase .... wav-,.oh. t d tr. w bad
Arcadia Music Furniture Store talks w+slat, and tMl... area. 5-v--I. as can .. W leis wribaat=::' : f e

are ste dtltaewtw.daaaesl tr..I on.sei! wa ..... .. tC y.. Ivnt.tsnT .. .......; ...
peisaMe, secaptlkt.lu M e.-.... __ M aon aaatbw. ttnil..d.olw S.i.w1 act amy.1.. f t
Tine. ... peels .e.I .M wife nag. ......... beer./ and eel -w. M hetJy .. .

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hjocatee Cities Service OP GOD CHUftCHThe Roberts Grad y Funeral I Home
Cities Service Products SUNDAYSunday /t.v. JEM Maasle. Vlaar

I Meat. Orecerles 'lee BaitPishing Schqo: ] 10:00: *..m. ,, SUNDAY E4 H.u. Amstulanee Service ,
". : Tackle Morning Service 11:00: *jn. s ,. f:00 ..m. Choral Eucharist& .
Necatee. "1.. f *WA 0611)1 THURSDAY It'::15 ..m. Holy Communion ; 1C3 N. P,.va d Av=. WA 8-4JO1: ,.
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i 1.p.E.:I ,a w,aw' Fr 5, r I 7'30: p.m.WEDNESDAY Evensong

M I u 7 I 0>> a m. Holy Communion
1 PORT OODEN METHODIST. 9:30 .Spiritual. Healing.

; i. .:'9e .r Gulf Naval I Storps Cprppony" CHURCH SUNDAY ;, ." A IcAd i iNeaats. iQ Abstract & Titfc

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Prayer Service 7JO: p.m. Bible School 10:00: ajn. .. 'fTa.... Service You ....d..

4 Morning Worship 11.00: ..m When You Need It"
'tl ..' ., -. Evening; Worship 8JO: pm.
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L.-: Van Pctten & Son PORT OQDEN,. BAPTIST. Evening' Bible Study 7JO: p.m.

CHURCH W. Invite YOU to worshipwith .. ., ._ ._ c ..
"V- Rev. J. N.'Ollbreatt I us.PIRST.
:: Funeral Home
1 Sunday School 10 a m.
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201 .q.ac? Street_ WA $./Ml rHqrrispn ,
.. .. Training Union 8:30 pn. -
i Evening: Worship 7:30: pjn. ASSEMBLY Of OOO 24 Hour Wrecker, Service

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t: .. Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. Sunday School: 9:43 .ja. Day Phone WA t S7OI Nlghle WA *-a 71er
4 .. > -- Morning Worship 114)0: ) .. WA a-41/1
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w V School Bob Turner Standard Station.
Sunoay' 9:45 jn. .
.. ... Morning Worship 11-CO: ajav. CALVARY BAPTISTCHURCH Carter -- *
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li .. I o .o" Evening Worship 7JO: D.m. Highway 70 gastRev. Eaet. Oak .t. WAS-411.
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; I'I''j", !! s Mld-W.ek,, Worship 7JO: pjn.NOCATEE Sermonette by Tom E. .Cap lll general Richard Ewell, who kid lost a SUNDAY' ..
Port >fa* i- PNda + Ranch" SepplleeSaddle /
II Halter Bridle. l-aster First... Ikiptlst Church }lea at Manassaa and who was not a Morning Sunday Worship School: 844 11-OO: ajn.ajn, ..
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it CHURCH OP tOP heard; }his t\ strong voice pleading for Evening: Worship 7JO pjn. .
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''t ''' V .' ,..o.oI'o': W ,fir" umta7 BA wk 1 O.m.: ." --) ,y 1r _nownby.Ot1JjFRUITS) divine guidance and atrcngth. There Prayer WEDNESDAY Service MB pies Christ"! Building i Supply Cot

.j t; V Morning Worship 11-00: ajn.Evening beneath the stars the presence of God .Everything T. Build AnyUrlar'r
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.f' Prayer Sarvlc 7:30: D'". ) Ewell opened his heart and{ receive .
I fruit. Luko 6:39 1.1. |
L SgALTEST DAIRY .PRODUCT) THURSDAYYoung : : CHUfyBM. .. .
1 I Most Th Best Oet StsjUsf,. Peepl. ,, Service too: pm ed Christ by faith.. East Cypress ... A

I __ _Hen'Pslvf: | 'y-" ,....... Preachers, are prone to neg men bet. Nertft. ....... Ave. )

1 I t: S3* .. Hlllru' WA .17" .. ter than.they are, lawyer to see them. When we ,,least suspect It. Indeed, SUNDAYItundaj School S:43 ajo.Iturnlng .

I I I I NOCATtC' BAPTISTCHURCH worse than they are physicians( to ace while we.are asleep,.our livpj art bear. Worship ll-OO: :SUB.. Tropical Termite Control (nC.
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them a* they are. Christ. sees deeper., iiyr\ fruit. The important question WEDNESDAY> : *pjn.- H.",.. Owned and' OseratsdO

\ i il i -. ?. .. .... SUNDAY Ho sees them an they ought to be. and are \\Tiat kin4of fruit and how much Prayer Service 7JJB; pja.BROWNVH.LB <* ,r.nC tetf4Pe lt c..,.... ServUe.
.. Peace River Moylnq & Storage, Itunday School -45: .m. LI....... and' Ineured '
1 Ii ,' ... r..* S Morning. Warship FIDO: ajn.TraUUog haa an. undying passion to lead them .A;thlmbley\ or. a,shipload?3 erqemberthat 11 N. .Pelk. 'a rrAre dl...... WA to.1
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Anywhsre. 7.4a I Into that rich I and fruitful I life ., Jesus aaid.I "Herein( U My' Father.
Anytime
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Stonewall ,Jackson was facing I a crucial .
4 hall ye' b. My dlsclpltu.Tohn 15:8.: SUNDAY
I I decision.I I He called his corjm: commander Sunday School OOO: .....

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH to headquarter*. Thanking. Pray today that our liven may be Morning Worship 1U09: SJn, Arcadia Seafood Market I Ieene.
: R.". Sn.aar4 Bryan Training Union 8JO: ...m.II .
.; N. P lh A Hl'.hry them later for their counsel I. he dismissed rooted In God/a Spirit. so that we may Evening: Worship JO= .... Mr*. Catherine' K Owner a .Me. ,. I Ind
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q SUNDAY> them and went to hla tent to slap bear much fruit of the Spirit. Y1'A'I' 'Klntfe ef Ptoh. Sea r.... I In Sea*** I
School) t-43 ...... Prayer aV Bible Study .
1 Friendly Shell Dealers Sunday : J 37 S. Menree. A reed I. WA HEj1W. I
Morning Worship 11-00: ....
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t' WEDNESDAYMtdWevk : aT. PAUL'S CATHOLIO NORTH HILltSOftOUQH' ARCADIA' REVIVAL.TABERNACLB .....
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Sunday School taco .. sa.Arradiai Undenominational Pull Qorpel General Equipment& Motor Co.Jehu .
Mass 10'00; a. m. (Member .f the SwtMrafottiday Womans Club >. .
She. Sunday School ISA ...., P -Chick" BtMhan.. OwnerM
.tr, DeSoto National Bank ) ;ando Tuesday B.atle. Cenventlen. ) Sacrament Meeting SAO: pjn.Cortes Morning Worship 11-00: ... M* Perm end. lnd..e\rlel' E.*.lament
.. METHODIST First VMdsy Mass a. m.1:30: *J* NertK. Hllle. ereM..i Ave.Areadla. Road Bradenton Prays lot etA Sick ..... ..,."...*...ebU..tal..L.....*
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First Federal: Saving & Loon Worship, TJO sx*. Morning Worship ll-oo: a. nv Peetee Ralsn' J. tPaveIII FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Ebersole/ Publishing Co.. Inc.
Association of DeSoto County .. c 1 WEDNESDAY Trlning Union 8 JO p. m.Prayer .. Mleaery SUSATUROAY ..... BroexSc... SJO ajn.Sunday .CHURCH '
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M,Are. $ At THe Sigw. ef TKe Big! aoo: Pear BatlbeUa lrta.al R-.. P. 11 ..... .. 0...- Cettlngham ITOIUDAMarlng
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TilE ARCADIAN Arcadia. Florida Thursday October 1, 1964 5-B

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season Friday night and help cheer the Bull.
BARK dogs on to VICTORY the Okeec4iobeeBrahmaj. day morning. so watch your paper. "The
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News From BrownvilleMRS 1 Mr and Mr*. W W. Prlt- Arcadian."
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chett: visited Mr. and Mrs. V.I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pritlehett -
EDITORIALContinued THAT you contribute to your school paper by writing J. Pritchett and Mr. and Mrs.I
visited in the Ludie Gil-
( from page 1-B) "letter to the editor"of the Bark. We'l W. W. PRITCHETT II. F .Tipps Sunday after L. F. Pritchett in Arcadia

at your record for each of your high school but print your opinions or suggestions for a better Mr. and 1'011'8. Sam Stewart noon. and Mrs I j I Sunday afternoon. lard home Sunday afternoon.
years Mr. Lewis Prit- The community would like
bet IIiS. visited Mr. and Mrs. Norval I Mrs. Dorothy Wynn and two
can that
your they'll look
just little closer and I
a *t chett daughter visited Mr. I
your children I Stevie and Tish ofArcadia to welcome the Trib Johnsonfamily
THAT drive. and observethe Barker Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
senior year. you slowly around the school and Mrs. W. .W. PrltC'hettThul'adA7
15 mile limit. and Mrs. W. W. visited the Sonny back to their old home
hour Prit-
This is the to an speed night. T
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year trend. Pay a little closer Hitch family last week.
attention in class. Take notes once in while. You'llfind THAT you consider theae words of Charles F. KetterIng chett visited Mr. and Mr*. C. Mr. and Mrs. Durwooj. I I place.
a Holland Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. 1. n. Mathews
Drown and baby of Sorasotoi.
that when -"No one ever would have crossed the oceanif 1
you get home they will in I I
come handy. and son Teddie of Dr.d nlon.
Mrs. Jim Lee of Arcadia Mr. and Mm Jack Davis anVf
If you don't quite understand part of the lesson: raise atorm.he could have, gotten off the ship in the jpent Tuesday night with her !I!I Gene. Mr. and Mrs. StanfoAl i Mr and Mrs. C. D. Ilerryhill i
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your hand. Sure I know what you're thinking "But daughter Mrs. A. J. Moore Murphy. Mr. and Mrs.' Tutiti and lighter Ethel of Palmet' ESTATE
everybody will think I'm dumb." I i to, Mr. and Mrs. Happy In-
You might appear and Mr. Moore. urphy and son of Arcadia aod-
dumb then, but wait until test time rolls around. You'llbe Miss Carla Tlsdale spent Mrs. Mandy Mash of Arcadf gram and girls( from Arcadia See Us For

amazed at all the donkey ears that you'll see sprout- DHS AcquiresNew CLUBS MEET Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam enjoyed a barbecue supper at 1 and Mrs. Ingram's mother of Good Buys
(Continued from page 1-B) the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sum Prnaacola also Rev. David Berryhlll -
ing. Sprouting right from the heads of students that Murphy.Mr. .

you thought were so smart just because they didn't Teacher supply store. and Mrs. J. E. Hurst I Murphy Sunday' night. I die home visited Sunday.Mr. In the. James Tis- HOMKS and
their BONNIE Horace and Essie were Sunday A birthday tupper was enJoyed -
raise hands. By COLLIER
The FHA has ss It's president BUILDING SIT:.
Rachel P. Jackson has been dinner guests of Mrs. 11 J. at the home ot Mr. and and Mrs. David Mizell
Be different. Instead of running off to bestsrirl' this year Ann Fletcher. f OROVKS ACRCAQK
your appointed the new biology j I Flpps. Mrs. Author St. John Sept. 2W of Ft. Winder and daughterwere
house for a little extra pleasure, or 'going out to teacher for DeSoto High Kathy Converse Is presidentelect. Mr. Ramond Orr who has Those present were Mr.Mrs. .. and supper guests of Mr. and LEWIS AMBLER

the local teen bar to sip cool drinks stay home and put school. Martha Karen Guard Kersey Is .secretary ....-- seen on a trip to Beaumont Ncrvul flatgetand the Mrs. Jack Davis' Monday night.A .

in an extra period of studying. If you play sports in Mrs. Jackson is from De-I surer..There are twelve- officers Texas returned home last St. John family and It wa : pot luck supper and R..t.... for 20 Yssrs

the afternoon, alert yourself a little more time at night. Land. Florida. She graduated aftogether which were week. Mr. and Mrs. Orr are Mr. Norval Darner's birthday. walk was enjoyed cake'I Associate
from DeLand High School and making their home In Arcadia. Rev. Par tin visited- Mr. and
Remember seniors this is a big BIG year. Make voted on last year. One office night at the community
the people stand up and take notice. Make the "Classof went on to graduate from Stet- '' however is still to be Word has b e e n receivedrum Mrs. Norval' Darger Monday. ter with about Su guests at- : HUGH M. MARTINATTENTION

'65" one that will be WELL remembered. son University with a B S. in voted on recreation chair Mr. George Conley who, afternoon. \Lending The proceeds from the
biology and chemistry and man. A freshman will be tnmrwent: surgery In a lluuson I Mr. and Mrs Jack Davis cake walk will be used to 20 South 0..... Avenue
BARK STAFF SUGGESTS then M.S. in Texas Hospital" that he is j were Sunda ,inner guests of
: a biology. Sne
i ivhea I elected to this office. buy chairs for the club. Another /.e.. WA t.eM1
went on to fur her her going fine and expected to bej, Mr. and Mrs lUviil MUell in be'I;'
THAT you attend the first out of town game of the + i I Presiding over the first VTA Ft. Winder.Mr. get to cethcr will ,
education by taking radiobioy -, tome again soon.
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for the last of October
-- ---- -- - ..- ". at Duke University meeting were presidentTim Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Smith and Mn GearUI Chrlst- planned__ ______ .__ __ __ ___ _n_ __._--- .-- --
Ins biology at Florida Mar-I' McAllister\ vicc-piesitlent called on Mrs. II. .*, .Fipps j I pher of Harris spent the} --

I A WHO TO CALL. t University, ecolcgy at
versity of Minnesota and I Simmons, treasurer -. AI The W. W. Frttchett vis-1 mother anti family !Mrs.' I
I Ian Burtscher. reporter --Johrliurtscher. Bironi YOU BUY
oceanography at the University ted the Norval Uarger home n. Parrot ui I
of Washington.Mrs. sentinel Mike frlday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Nell Brown and ;, TAKK TIM

DIRECTORY i C Jackson ll taught at Provau and chaplain! Bobby Mr Mvt-t'e' Httrh. Mrs. Fannie baby
I Hamilton. and and Mrs. A J. Moors' ,
Sue Whldden visited'
)ak Ridge High in Orlando,
lash en Id and 12 Ft. WIDK 1 2. :I Badrssm Msblls Hsmee
where she taught seventh! Student Council officers thin airs r Uacea Williams and "'hun"".. ,i
FREE
OF DeSOTO COUNTY d i.hth. and ninth grade science year are Helen Brettcn .un Genny in Nocutee last;, Mrs. Myrtle Hitch. Jessie ,

and biology president Sue hauler vice- "riday.< ; and Tent&, Horace hunt Carla I ..SO Aluminum Awitln with I surchsss .f a new Msalle

She likes reading sewing I president and Linda Stewart Mr. and Mr. A. J Moore. Ttsdsle. hay Spires Hilly I Men wiltKln nest 3O day*. I

L SALES and SERVICE dual wild flower photography etsry-trraaurer. These were Sunday dinner guests of Spires motored to Sebrlng I BARKLEY MOBILE HOMESHwy

cooking til pointing camping, officers were elected last yrai Mr .and Mrs James llrown in Thursday to sttrnd the footbU ,
'ula fixing Monerrey Cyprtas also to serve for this. school VrraUia.Mm. game. 1 If N (Neat t. s.artt| THatra) W.......... PlerldaR I

Her current interests are pop- term. Itubye Ann Nber-y, Mrs Rubye Ann Newberry 3-4SS 305)).32FIR" I
Advertising Farm Equipment and Eucalyptus trees in )'Iuri I Theda and Hay vlsitrtl' Mrs visited' Mrs. II r '.IP..... Thurs- ---

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'oV.2O. WMt Ode SttMt.SSSSI. ...... WA _Iwyra..h P_. ....N..dr._.....7..r.c.........._...rO.. T' PLACE FOR. II
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... ...... NNr.-.we. s- rl-N... October H-squad foot- VERA COLLINS I
_.. c__... III w... 4.a s. oall game In Wauchula. .
row WAN... $.7161.Furniture A family reunion was belt
October 2
football
Varsity -
2Clh at the home I
Air Conditioning game In Okeechobee. Sunday Sept
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barn
October S Business d.-
well. A covered dish dinnerwas
StoresPrescriptions partment assembly.
served under the carport.
CIHCSAl I1ICTRIC _aM Air CMdM. ;
l..... ..M ... _.. .. AIC_ They were about Ill present. :
_._ S_. SI W..t O.Qusu. .. KEY CLUB I.
... paw WAMN a-ital. COMPLITI N... L..I.aIN Floyd Lumbattls of Miami
.... .-.. M ... (Continued from page 1-B) spent several days as guestsof 1Q
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C / -' 71 Wwl
0... $.n.1. Pew WAMS 5.I.. diva In the home-coming courtPresident Mr .and Mrs. Albert Barn- u
Awnings1.RO.TiCTuAhWle. Dodd said that the
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.Oa NOMIUII.I..IWGS la. Club members voted a breakIn well.Mr.
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I.N.. .w... A./M. S.IV.d and Mrs. Love Lanier,
tradition this Instead
..-. w ..... .d ...-.w reed., year. Mrs. Maggie Amerlne, Ken-
s .I..w. wmI.y, N.... .M5S.v the whole school year Club
.. W. .... __ M M. A. neh lAmrlne of Owens spent
.....I.p. M ...... w d..w ...... members will have eight Mr.
e. C..e.TY.w pW '. ..... sweethearts. A sweetheart will Sunday afternoon with
___." :715 w... 0... ..._
.- w71... saga. be selected I to reign each and Mrs. Albert Barnwell
rtonth. Club members may Mrs. Carolyn Hunter and

nominate any girt from the famly of Lakeland spent the

Bottled Gas ACCUS ATilLV C..c. .--.. ... ninth. tenth eleventh or weekend with Rev. and Mrs. OCTOBER BARGAIN DAYS
.r-.r/ twelfth grades. Previouslyonly Jessie Gilbreath.
.yr/.f -
*SiI""S. ... o..e..d Meo.-r: '..11' -UI$ a senior girl was ..UCIbe -
Zona Udlng of Sebrlng
w OA -tn > >- WA -.H. Mrs.
Ca11M1 lull A ...w.1 M. for nomination. Jessie Bar- and Mrs. Best of Frostproofwere SALES STARTS THURSDAY MORNING AT 8:30
.-....a.N.d. w a.r Asa_ 1' field a 1M4 graduate, wss the dinner guests of .....
c-tc. aN
1. Key Club sweetheart last
.. .. year. .
N M7. =- C..N- and Mrs. Gllbresth Sunday.Mr.
., '. .' -
'V. en.- e..1 +M. 715w. Printing -- -- ----
0... ___. "'- W. MI BULLDOG'S TALE and Mrs. Del 110.....

(Continued from page 1-B) are the proud parents of a Come Early and Take Advantage of the Many Bargains .You
TMI ABCADIAMReadyMixed_ LMM..w sold son The young man .has been ,
Building Materials 5.e..A.i... Club Sweetheart of the month.A named Kenneth Dwaln. Congratulations I
.M.5 w..wd. PSWA --'MI.I Will Find At
few college students were .
lame for the weekend. Someof
Elder and Mrs. Norman Waters
COMMIT UMf .. b.I1d1..d..MM them were; Roy Ola. Pam

i 1 '0.M.rmog. I Concrete Koch and Lewis Hay. Nancy went week to before Bradenton last andbrou.ht one SHOP SAVE
day
W.... ..:aM.. Tread well came home for the
his. '. Mrs. Elfin
eels'
,
weekend for Sub-Deb Inltalons. .. ... .. .-.,---_ -
Heath of Van Wash ---- --- -
..ADY.*.'*.o COMe.IT.c; Dianne Waters also was Couver.

Dolomitefoe .cWHf... w. .1-....s..w.....-151.I5M. l in Arcadia for the weekend. nome with them. j LADIES

..... A**. *.-l WAI...t' ...MI., Help support the Juniors!j Then 41n Wednesday Elder SWEAT SHIRTS BRUSH

Buy your refreshments at the and Mrs. Waters and Mrs. ,

viarttizia u-.. d.4.11. football game from the Junior Heath went to Orlando. They NYLON HOSE
w --c.-- Concession' Stand. All also went by' Cypress Gardens.A HAIR ROLLERS
M'. 1-... W_ I money MINt BOVSMsy
--1 w...... 5...... Transportation s..lc.1 will Prom.be We used need for the JR-SH helpt covered dish supper and With, Seam sad ......._ Style' and 99c ON BALI
your
Hymn sing is planned to beheld ... ...
That about wraps It up for c. to e* es fre
PlAC' .",.. MOVIMm ANa ITOS.Ala. Friday night Oct. and at Re .
T_ t t. ., /.a. this week. Be sure and try 29e UP 66cSMALL
the Ba Udt Church Everyone
Drugs ?
....
5.r 15..w. I. I.w N. to attend the football gameIn : S1.0O
.\.y W_ 5-Md/. 4. w. MsM. Invited to attend.Mr .
Okeechobee Friday night.
r See you nest week. and W r s. DeVaugtuiCeUina. _- --

ceM. ITI ... .. ..., --. TV Soles & Service Rene and Theresa a>fFt.

---.. "-- -. -.-..-. ...-.. .-- WHIDDEN Hues Myers visited his pe,...",. PLASTICHOUSEWARES
....... YARD
c WAr.t - Mr -red Mrs. Terry CaBin
DRESS
(Continued from page 1-B)

DON DMerS v...... .... -r Sunday.
Ad.S T.V.'* M 51 wed5.S Manager for the Growl. Besides .
M... Rena M.Uns W Jack
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Exterminators 55.5.151 v. ] this. Sue Is vice-pres- GOODS PANTS
_. c- sonvllle was a guest W Elder

-.. I .. _. 55_. _WT.IN. V.wN.rN.r w.I dca.1 and a member the Student ef the Council Suh>- sad .Mrs. N II. Watefs *slTueeday I ((12 Items to ChOOM From") Frifttf Solid With felt

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T.oMCAL TI.MlTI COMTCOL. W. = : = -- .. ,. :: Debs. She was nominated ta
Y- ..... w p... __ WA 1.45115 O..Yrl.< s.* r> I On TlMirsdsy. Elder and Mrs.
be hotI'M'
a -c.na
representative
._.. -. rs.Md.- .- WA I 11M ... ---. M tr ;..= 33c 19c Yd. 99cEACH
..... of the senior class this Waters visited Dr. and Mrs. ONLY

yee.r., I Charles.. Martin In ... Peteesburg. ... _
Rupert Smith I* the sports -

Electric Appliances Office i Supplies announcer on. Ute weekly per i' On Saturday Elder and Mrs. FRAMED

,gram. Rupert keeps everyone Waters visited two siatces In I BEDPILLOWS SHEETS
up .* date on the latest nap*ipetungs i BtaoVntnet.THey .
......AL lUeTIC ___ oe All TOWS ...ecl sweet.., -' artwrtd DHS In tKssports I
c ._ -. ., w_ ........ t.. Awed.* ...n .i- ii w t IS <*M*> alee. went .. Taenpe
W_ "'H'. o.... s..S..WA.... -ss4t. i i fteld. Rupert Is on U e: !
editorial board of the Barm |Airport .. *M Mrs Ellen lleeUi BLANKETS

and was a cm-editor. La.t year !.._ esi a trip to Van Cowver, PICTURESi

Ritpert also Is a n ember of'' Waa*.

Coming Events Key Ows and attended. .r.!I Mlaee. Mytvta LauileT ea 4

( ,State last yeerTHeae I Wan<... Carfltne were In PuaS." 99c i!

OtIS D. J-'s try. to 4 O..rAs Sunday vleJUng MtesOerry 88c Price
COMING' IVIMT COMOILID THE keep e.e jene pap to stale ontne : Reid.
OKSOTO COUNTY CMAMgetH Or COaSMgNCKTMURSOAV. 2 :
hag.) aewld De i I SHOP ARCADIA FIRST
A MrtJfcser dlMiner ws gtvenle
OCTOCCM 1 aWia Hlclt TWr also nave
r.b14 Llee.ey Msvrsk 130 *e fcSC P. M.. LlKlwsoie .. B.N17q. :meaty stnii+nt ......... partson Kenav nt Mrs paw,&. Tae -

L, C.... s=- s>. M. Oe.... ........,..*. ttoe ...... sue* sis psp.elan any lout aWn4.r. FINAL CLEARANCEI.id.s

1a.1 11.. ... SAO P. *... 5..M. ..... ........>.iaa, ae4 i Mea>4 Mrs Kt-.r Tfcirsi
0.4 ,...... L..... S*e s>. MI.ta. *as T_.... peetaJ ___ 1st ttte ,...... *"*. Devs L, Mr ..4. Mrs, A4- ,
A.......t. A_-.-.* *. S-SO *. .... CetF C.mr I4. .
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I A....... Oer... c.... **9 P. M. a....... C... N rM.IRIDAY. I.they nopa .to. M fostare 0...IrtteewMtrg.rt.strs. .. figs burnt FraMSts Tk-irM'ay.Falany Mr eat earl aWntfy M..,. s.....".. .., 99c | Met Sport VtlrU, S*. Girl Sfe'pwe.r MCrowler :


I r.17. LJWar Meees ta8... ocToecntf 5W S>. ....a Us>re y S$4.... 1,s.. .taw......aM...a Tike pap..W. D. J m" bus.I. weuae Mr.- .seC2.wli... Mrs. OM..W ee. .ya........5p LWe ......., . 66c I| CJrlt 2-p. Uy S *.it S9c ...,...,. d . SOc !

JT w. C. T. u. fie I. M.. Heel B.S.MCs>-.-. : .......-..... .. .._ ... ..... ... GJris Shorts. 49 ,,,' ,,
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AtMAm rsa4SATURDAY.

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'Y..... Adt7.alwS r>se p. M. 'Y.... C.+.... SHOP BOTH BIG STORES
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WNDA. OCTOetM 4 PALMIST ;

SIRVIC1S AT ALL CMUS Ce..rATTgMO Reeds end. U. /. j
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j TMg CMUWCM Or VOUN CMOCBssOMOAV FOR THESE BARGAINS

OCTOetat a> It All P-r .a or CM. W..eo V.

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A a JUICY JONATHAN DEL MONTE 3 4b ora $1. '
JuiceCiisco
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'i I I Soup1Op IGA OVEN FRESHDinner
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4 2b n.
MargarineTomato Beef Stew OINTY MOORE 2 2 T1'TOP
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S Z .a KRAFT NATURAL SLICED CHEESE Miracle KRAFT French Drcssing2ItalianCatalina ....49< Lemonade LP 10 c* $!.

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It "SKcod. Brick; -Mtflo Ch.dd.r'-Mdqt! Horn Dressing ... Awake, 2 c.t... 69CTAiLE
Natural Swiss-Sliced Mucnat't Scottics Facial Tissue 2 S; 49= KINOGreen .
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6 i}, zA s sAVwds 2S Free =+ 25 Free s
Free
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