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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 8, 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
notis - ADA7400
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System ID: UF00079901:00041
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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Follies. Saturday. Oct. IT. +
These local gals put on a whale _
of a show . and proceeds National and State Award Winning Newspaper
CO to a good cause the '
Sheriff Boys Rancho 12 Pages 10 CENTS Arcadia. Florida Thursday. October 8. 1964 Volume XLI No.-' 2 v' v1'S
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Mrs. Myrtle Vlck. 512 Arcadia '
Street had an unwelcome
visitor at her backdor this I Council Studies
week. She opened the door and

was greeted by the rattle of a Work On Arcadia ; Two, Parking Lot
4V4 foot rattler with 5 rattlers. ShoppingPlaza i,
Mrs. Vick managed to kill the ii Plans for CityI ae ..
snake but It took most of the i i I,' A
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day to get her nerves under rl
I o ,-.trft't parking continued
control to bo a major issue at
The Florida-0--DevelopmentCommission's To Begin Soon Monday' night's city council
with the
M Kt5 meeting, council adopting -
annual tourist .
City Engineer lull 1IAnly's >
study says of the 14.208.279 rccojTimcndutiun that
persons who visited Floridain Arcadia businessmen George According to plans Nelsners developers told the Arcadian there be no chaalt; In parking *
1963 the majority came R. Smith. Henry M. Lanier will be located directly northof "'We are happy to announce facilities now enisling on .
from 28 state ranging from and Charles E. Mundell announced Athe Kwik-C!+l k bulling the start of work on the Arcadia DeSoto Avenunurth and
the high in New York and today that construction with the smaller store units Shopping Plaza which we south west of the ACL railroad *
Illinois to a low of 71MO( each work on the Arcadia and Rexalls extending north feel will be a major contribution tracks.
from Kansas and Maine. Shopping Plaza on S. Brevard and east forming an L-shape to the business and economic / 4, Councilman also heard four
New York and Illinois each is scheduled to begin Immed- with a covered "Mall" providing growth of our ."a. alternate plan for utilizing
provided about 1.2 million iately. The Cowan Construction a protected: entrance for Authoritative figures on De- the paN belonging to ACL
tourists and Michigan was next Company of Sarasota will all the buildings. Soto county population over Royal To Make between Magnolia and OukStreets.
with 99 .S80. build the 14 unit shopping Architect for ,the project: Is the past several years show .
The 14.2 million estimate of cVwnplex Jwhich when completed Clint Gamble of Gamble. a population increase: pointing Official Visit They adopted<< plan three Pictured: here holding the new Inter-County TelePhone .,
tourists entering Florida last will consist of over 45- Pownil| and Gllroy a Ft. to a continuing healthy but which called for removing thesecond
year was a new record for the 000 sq. ft. of store space andover Lauderdale firm which recently gradual growth which wilt To Elks LodgeThe row of palms and I leaving System' Pence River. Valley Telephone
state. In 1945. the commissionestimated 200.000 sq. ft. of parkingand supervised considerable new easily support the Shopping one row alongwtm, the Directory Is Arcadia luatmater Gordon Johnson.In .
a total of 2.5 million.In service area. Nelsner and construction for the G. Pierce Plaza. We have confidence: In Honorable R. Edward cedars now un the property the background Jerry Scott beffina dJatributionof .
1963. the winter months Rex aU Drugs) have leased Wood State Hospital. our town and are' investing in Royal. District Deputy Grand This would provide 2M: paikirtiispace the directory that will find IU way to approximatily -
showed fewer! tourists than space In the Plaza and with A spokesman for the local Its future growth." Exalted Ruler of Elks, will *, which along with 31 C.OOO home in thia: area.
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did the summer months. The the Kwik-Chek Store will -- ----- start making his official visits space which will be providedon .
state got a million visitors comprise the nucleus for the In this District on October North DeSuto above Oak --- -
each month during January new 14 store retail center. 15th. It was reported here this street and east of the tracks. OfficialsTo Inter-County Is
February and March compared Oak Ridge$ Cemetery Upkeep week and will appear before The plan Is subject to approval City FloridaIn
with 1.5 million in June Arcadia Elks Monday. November by ACL.Another First in
July and August. 9th. perking area on Attend Water
-oA Problem To Council Mr. Royal Itinerary. I* a* property owned by C. J. Carlton Telephones
news release from the Brought follows: Oct. 15. Naples; Oct. uo the corner of I>ulk
State Development Commission W c'rM1' 21. Scoring; Oct. 28. Venice; and Mninolu streetContinued4 Meet Oct. 14thThe Recent growth of the Inter-
says that manatee. commonly City CouncIlmen were approached mlttee. Sanborn explained that Nov. 4. Ft. Myers; Nov. 9. ( wu page 1-A) County Telephone Company
called _.cows a r e Monday night at the pump now In the cemetery : Arcadia' ; Nov. 12. Charlotte regular; monthly meetIng system I la graphically Indicated -
making a come-back In Flor- their regular session. by a committee had caved! In and cut County; Nov. 17. Wauchula; .if the lloarU of Governors by the firms new direc-
ida water Its hoped the huge seeking cooperation In down the water supply for Nov. 23. Dradenton and Dec. '' of the Southwest Florida Water tory which ha. 45 page of
mammals who are vegetarians finding some solution to the maintaining the ground He 2. Sarasota. Girl. Killed As Management District. will .listings. for' Arcadia. Ft. ...ad..
will develop a tase for upkeep of Oak Ridge C me- advised the council: that the Coming events for Elk Lodge be held on October 14. !'.. Wauchula. Howling Green and
water hyacinths that clog canals Cory' which was described as caved-In sand could be pump. 1524 U as follows: Oct. 12. Cat Overturns on at, 8:30: A. M. lit the new District Zolfo Springs.>> An additional
and water-ways in the "deplorable by committee ed out. Lodge meeting; Oct. 14. family Headquarter. llulkllng. 43 page supplement contain
state. members.On The committee, along with night; Oct. IS. visitation to Nocatec HighwyDeSotO even miles south ol llroks listings of subscriber In Avon
f\ JThe sea-cows were nearly the committee was Col. the Council's committee: will Naples; Oct. 21. visitation to elite on U. S. 41. Park tU bring and Lake Placid -
\. bLl ted out of existence because Read Harding. Mrs. Glenn R. study the problem and make Sebrlng; Oct. 2*. Lodge. meetIng ) County's second .traffic Mayor. I*. l I.. 8 peer and City with 45 page Yellow Pag
they taste a lot like Ebersole and ...... Carl Fen- suggestions at a later meeting. ; Oct. 2S. visitation to Ven fatality orcured' Friday Avlimuutrator Wayne Hanborn classified Mellon& making up
feal. but the state has putsiff a ton. A petition signed by approximately ice. about'. non when a Vo'.swagoa were. authorized Monday night the center of the directory,
$500 fine for anyone 75 people asking driven by Mi.* A". Jean by the City Council to represent The Peace River Valley area
harming them. the city's aid In the project: Crablrve 20, of WlldwooU. went. Arcwula at the meeting. served by Inter-County now
-o- was also presented to the out of control on the curve ----- number approximately 11,095
Mr*. Rachel Jackson. DeSoto PB. Biciunn q DATL9Convention CounciL $500 Per Week Bolita Sales near Nocalee and l crashed Into customer while the entire In-
biology teacher. Issued a special CoU Harding voiced the an orange Breve.Mis trr-Counly'.y tem covers 154cetnmunltlee
Invitation to parents of herstudents opinion that the approach to '-1'" .,",... suffered mul, C of C Bulletin ) In 19 emiallea In
to visit her classes ..alletacqualnted" For the cemetery looked -scrubby" tlpl(.fee_ *s.]. Internal In- South Central' and fhmthweaiuefa _
a gesture. and that several oi' the tree* roken Up ty.Sheriff, P..artin_e_iitIII .. a .. "tt17 ..,..'"' On Solicitation ,>| .*.wtia. >"ever 13.010 lid.*.. At
Mrs. Jackson'wa late In Joining Estate Men .,? -" *?... '" v r w afterh V Irla II' heel
.,.Real ..that. .Uja>.th. *) sets.*. ItO.b.vlaw. '> mty u .. "she> 'Ar ,,0..cJreu& cbnegUnd_
... Ine.-school-faculty"and a. preach were mU. Sherlfr. Deputy Fn.nk Cllne of Bolita ticket averaged between >> cadia Oeneral Hospital. by a Issued Her! ; .k.hangea. The ......,.117 ....,.
not bad an opportunity to meet To Be In Tampa the entrance an uncared for and John Doyette ended a f30O-S50O per week Van Pel ten ambulane*. ploy over T5O people le operate
many of the parents. She also SSOO-per week Oolita operation The "lywo. pied guilty. to Her companion, and employ Th. De&oto CountjT Chamber and ..,lye. the frl.OOO telephones ..
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Issued a special Invitation to How to Have a Heart Attack look.A complaint was also. lodged- here with the arrest of charge of gambling before) 9t Le. Fountain. 33. of Apopr BotlcltatUm Committee hU In dally operation.
parent to join :her else on Gracefully" will be one that the double drive now two local Negroes Den Sander County Judge Gordon Hays Lee Fountain. 33. Fountain' Issue a builetlon to Its members Ranking first. In Florida In
their field tripe which WiU be of many addressee at the Florida surfaced with clay, was almost and Gloria Mae Jane Monday and drew. a ....._* Kupply. Cu ft Apupka, wa In* im local fund raising pr.. the number of telephone la
extra-curricula.: Association of Realtor Impassable In rainy weather. The two operator had been of two month In jail each. lured afishuy anti suffered ,uta. Among the orta sartiotts operation excluding the Bell
convention In Tampa next' It was also mentioned that selling the Oolila tickts/ from Dollta operation In DeSoto From shtfiK approved by like group are the and General Telephone Byeterns -
week report VTorley Whld- the great steed was to workout their home and the deputies The Volkawagon, srcordlngIn .air Association, llmleo Asu.- ) and nUt In the nation
have been held
den president of the DeSoto some system for mowing confiscated the tally sheet of County to a Highway ,patrol Trooper latlon. the Denoto High School In .lerma ., ,ey....... ,Inter
Florida Bar To County Board of Realtors. and tending grave where. the rperatlon. They reportedthat minimum' by law enforcement rim Prevail, ln esil/.stlng of- Yearbook ..... Football) I.....- County ha a total plant Investment .
The local Board president there are no ca.el..Uva to the Intake from the sale. officers., Continued on page .-.1I. \) tram amt' the Smith. Drown of '40 million sad
Build Center In aid Dr. Richard C. Bales. maintain them. M..... .. owned by over 4,DOO slock
Michigan Internist. .Is one of The group stated that It warn All other' program. euok and rvwMers.VMV. .
a half-dosen nationally known discouraging to pay for upkeep Posseetttes. Drill Team rwabmi advertising. *sU. major feature of theUreetory -
TallahasseeFlorida speakers to address the Realtors of Iota when there was were frowned upon. as h.vu. .4 ( Include the revised
state gathering at the no uniform effort made to I.oe awwriuing. value and and up-dated. InlermaUon
Dar president'Cbe- Floridan Motor Hotel Oct. 15- maintain all the grave t .. ..ui. Acne requraU lr. U MWIwta. ration. Includlnai a usual of
terfUld II. Smith, Lakeland 17. Questioned about where the Ale uUrfpptoveU were emergency numlMsrs* eeanpleMInformallon
son of Mrs. Grace Smith Arcadian Hundred of Realtors, their money from the city sales of ... .: ,tuwnl s.ile. el m.rthlndial and UMlructMMMCenlUiued
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Society Editor: announced salesmen* and their wives will cemetery let went Margaret -". ., ,s .IHrI iown.r sutetta.saw ( un .... .-A)
today that ,.uo. o .teas be In Tampa from all part of Way. city recorder., told the .' ;: 9 ) r 4 I..: and ""wwl.t s...v' sy'ti.owplww _._ -
been pledged toward construe the state fcr the three-day group that the money went ,; ; : H'' ; wilrrl..iwnw TneaU
Uoa ot a headquarter. buildIng meeting of professional., educational into a.her.1 city operating ;umtee a.t.tied in.aedeed .
for The Florida DaIn and social events fund. It wa revealed that the .... ... 'f. .rl. :.. .10 ". ro busy U.M.U w vfetfelo ... Residents In
allahasaee.CmiUt according to tarry. J. Vorder- city designate MCuo per. year r.,f" ,.r, "." ..... ..a ...... laiMtUMt ono i
: said the Bar Center meter. Fort Lauderdale president Sue cemetery sv lntenance.CouiMlbnen ) 1" barko uor.1 .auto aniiu4gcaa County Purchase
Campaign Committee pUGS to of the 9.500-inrmber agreed that the .. '.. 'il... ttNt, assets Rtes. SIIUOLI
cuncluoe the drive to raise state association. mUauu tree could be pUc- .J t\: i" 1:1: ),uwi$. .. .least two at Uw $6,367 In Bonds
S565.0CU In pledges from laru Convention speaker Include ed. and that the city souse ..t r' l j el I f UKCbwr .i..0&7
uwyeis anu edge; by the James C Downs Chicago' real coat the clay road with shelL .' ., <.rt aiganwuewe aie ,.. De.Idents .1 DeBate County'
end ot the year 'the campaignwas estate economist- ; John C Williamson when asked about the metltoaof |u. .*a by eke." Cnarmta..r lilt ,,,,nb.M401 .....JIIT In U. L. IWw-
begun In December IXX; ; governmental relations obtaining perpetual rare .... ...,..... lit on *s fl lay Mg b-K U during the month
The rtorld lir Center Continued on page <-A) City Attorney Lewis PurvtsInformed ...... else ta rerun a Maser *4 .r August. 14. It wa report
which will/ bouee the headquarters the rommltt' that eysrseel lawn tar .......... ed here. today
offices oC The Florida such a pUn would tom Into east, yf.j.al. 1n. MMOV laM. year barn
L r. statewtae organisationlawyer ., .jot* of ___p.- V,'. rune. .....raatjws." prJet4 tern set at lirTjboo sad .In
and judges, w111 toe Former Editor Mrs Fenian's offer to find ) w.." frasaa/ ,Neels.irctwere use eight NMMitlta et the. year1lar
cM_truct.d on a tract adja- out hew other cities meet their epptMVwl ./wl all Mite. a>a III* toUl pwr na.e* &in
cui *4 Ue Capital Center a- On NewspaperIn maintenance problems wa ae- are ....... bas ifa i.ll.*>lie wife MM s *Mily U .15..I5 *. M.Ipereeeit
keg the Apalachee Parkway rpted by the council. Councilman TheloMtt l Drfll Team that will Ully Jfay" Linda Carllcn.: Uue 3jllia. remln<.a*>l that they Nye aright fill the .|M.,*..
(UJ*. 27). Kissimmee Allan Copeland and Jimmy perform In tU) *ot& October 11. and Gin/ T'.)...... >fa. )1 Iurrarf' Je.....tte"oW" .. knorw. who .. aWng IhevlMlUng Total _lee In. Central Florid
Smith said preliminary plan Doooe. along with City a& the; Arcadia Rodeo Arena on Haturday. I>elU' TWM| Jtxly .So".,. and what. the pompano for .... "month *f August
for the Center are being studied Administrator. Wayne Sanb.ta. October 17, are (heft to right) Jacki Duncan. (Runny Carlton.; Photo, ) .. the. a**).et le and hew. u.. wit f J.MIJO* and the Vats
by a sub-cttenonittee. 00 are -r city's cemetery *eo+- bode will to UI ,..'.$...a..L'f. set U .U.........
building seat cvevtrurUun. final -

plan wW be submitted. forapproval Ptssettes HM Herse FaHfesOcteWr H
by the Brs governIng County SheriffsTo OLDTIMCB MYSTIRY PICTURE . . HO LONGER MYSTtYE.
based at their meeting toTaUahaMee
Jfr. 20.' I..... Tikeeammltte Be Honored

call for tad. tentatively early- In !plan** and to By Citrus Group Here Saturday, 17Ui. D. Treadwell Correct Choic < IFwUh.

to begin raeitr rtfom tat. February cWwrtff Hey Mullen and .
Xsarcn. r Leta. c..t Fvaseiteenave warded to winner of tike
'The of Ftertda' Bar Center wtUprwtde guee.Cs several *fill* bra the d.putm FtarMe will at.w. -be. acaadnled ........,.. Oct. a.anr e.e iu> .* welt aeg.fteerUfiratoe Je inaaie a. pee S t.Arcadia. Tbe9 hew. two ftlUr fi. C.Jr Mayb..... Klnsey. balls .f At.ends. *
epended facUlUe far ....| this eveeUatg at a ... 1 T. let the. IUr. Failles Met ta torn fwutt artay* **re **e ae ale */*....
Bar program. *f ueui*. .g mar nenertstg .....".* fill tam win bekeidas the. Rods. Arena ants.Tb.. lk. OMtamer: Mystery f4ru. I, sndr.ui and eleven. great
Ie I.c.u.... dtertpj***, preUc n dttrnw.doMe toaDse a*.Mtaeg. at f a a. DeW Teem W tetteew ...... last woeS at C. U.. Tre..rwell.ettarncy ...............,...
..otiow fill essntboaod pees- and the n Vtt'.* aeeJgwMn Ten .wen are an eta agenda restMettotf. *f ..... riders, M.. Iaeas ... wtU "'< -,_ r-cor Mr. Treadwell. k* a p.em.ere
fill law.. *Mslslecrahwh M.teals Central lataittLeeJae ad. lacfcxte ....H Fry .... will k.* gaga, a* IW. l..r...!.. re..... e ta....T......... ...Maasips.w _- ..,J' ...... .. < Ut. Areadi re*.,]rto lan
aw* editorial neee far TIM ...... --- ,.. __. far bays and g>rU inerurr DeenrVnent In a atm i so Tile Aaeefa.eHt "' ." CNM.. TIM FlarkU Nee Aaoelatlon. .
Florida Bar J--.. F, Peerage. e.kte, WMwtxaTs dstd.a 1J; a.-r..., petrel liar *...* .4 innate lb tmm. T'....... WM bests J... U an Ei. and l le a'
FrwU"rr ............ Dl. a.ne4: Itaee; K rbe.. lag ft** *ey, Ort. la. in *..- n. I41e 'w Nagebs. Au W/ w.mbet .. the CM;. try Chub.1. .
Las11sMrg.r.. 5sn.Ie Rb- .. *aM. "We are Sociflod a--; CaMMe. Bass Rae. Pod.dy a.eta.Tl.. ..eM Ar dta -n ere y.we .taro golf a. IUe *ob r
..... .* on... Arcadian. began fcertff fust.* aarf tae anerUI. Ptab.oo. .tea.w I.-c. Pas.4twdM4 ago. .. .an b we21 yese.a r Mthoueh he dace nel. sew.
Weather wwtt tits vest a* editor *fGaseCt eff ether ....... 'a.rli.. .. tire.eR .. bent Itva.Nt and Pbs.. .. 141n. a .. ,... .......... e...... hearwi play, bwt In ale, yewnger eUy
) J Yee K.n..rasra *. It WM. tla.s fe r1M. eaaetM aS, 0e Jeek.... Calf ......... TN tows aaf Mtlas. anti f.eis. -.....-.. MMh. eat wan .. .. wan ip4.te aced eaUMtalw
bees war. ,.... Pei Owen. dal loss sra.aaM calf f.p..g wtU .... an entry !.*. p.nv. a Fair M W .......... W W 2 iwda ..1Ph. ... He .*.. enjeyod hunting, and
I Report A gra.el. dot fie ICasr.Sass. appws.ssiml "font slues *M ad .ia. and a .. Ned bbl .. Jawed. They ..... Tal"" ..... ., aL fee still w.i-79 hi male 4
Uai..i'imp 1cb.al. ofJnrnh.w .... ......... eI 1M scenes ....-. be... -la sm I aanw e a e 101 f.da4 .,... be... swan ana |t*.faeee *l ...........*.
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2-A _. ..Tf IE ARCADIA?. Arcadia. Florida Thursday October 8, 1964 "'. i
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CHIT CHAT (' Sunday September 20th was I battis, Mr. and Mrs. John More -

I another enjoyable day for th I 'rison and Ricky Moore all of News of DeSoto WomenB.P.W.C.
annual reunion of the Barn- Miami; II. R. Williams Mr.
III cy rcc, SIIJ well. Williams, and Martin and Mrs. Carl Matthews, and

families! which was held at M r.. Mary Faith Calllcott.
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;\ the home of Mr. 'and Mrs. Albert children Andrea and Sherry

Rotary Club Gives Out Rare GIfJ Barnwell In Ft. Ogden.i''an of Daytona Beach; Mr. and I
Just before gathering around i .. Charlie Williams, and East-Altman
Tuesday, at the 'Rotary luncheon Quitmon Brown the long tables under the car 'Mrs. Arrie Greenlee, Delray I Will Junior Womans Rook Club Met
dish dinner Beach Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
port for a 'cOvered ;
was presented a Sterling Silver frame, engraved with the group sang "There Williams, Jr.. and Suzy of Meet Club MetTuesday Engagement
Katherine Adella Brown. Sept. 21, 1064...at the top for Shall Be Showers of Bless I Avon Park; Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Tuesday FridayThe

the first picture of little Katherine" Ad 1Ia. ings",. and Mrs. Luther Lott Crosby children Duane i The Arcadia Business and Arcadia Rook Club met AnnouncedMr.

I said that the gift( ,was rare. I meant that it was' read a poem as follows: I Debbie, Sandra and Linda i i Professional Women's Club NightT Friday October 2. with Mrs.

rare for one of our local Rotarians to receive such a Again we all meet with our and Mrs. Claudetta Craumer. ': will meet Tuesday evening Edna Carlton at her home

Sift. In talking with Col Harding. Club Secretary it cousin and kin. children; Lisa, Laurl and Kurt Oct. 13. at 7:30 at the First Arcadia Junior Wo 321 East Oak Street. and Mrs. serge Ga.W.. East
seems that about nix: have been given locally in the past' Telling each other- of wherewe all of Naples; Mr. and Mrs. ; Federal Savings and Loan As1 mans Club met Tuesday night Mrs. C. D. Boring made high of Wrightsville.the have
have been. Fred Williams of Everglades Sept. 29, at the Club House made known engag f ten years and Quitmon has now received the secondone 1 sembly Room. Mrs. Peggy score in the afternoon game Pauline,
What we have planned for the City; Mr and ,Mrs, Orville for the first meeting of the of their daughter to
to make six. Anyway, is was a beautiful frame Strsyhorn, Mrs. Robert I Love Joy, chairman of the Legislation The hostess served congealed James Louis Altman son ,rf
and one I am'sure the Brown's will cherish. coming year Kreage committee will have fall season.Mrs. chicken salad saltines Mr. and Mrs., Sam J. Altman.
With the changing times of our children ,Mike and Debbie Mr.
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of the Hostesses Betty FVrbes. president sandwiches pecan -
charge program. spiced apples
I Is > 903 S. Dakota Ave., Tampa
. hemisphere. and Mrs. Willard, Fuqua. children
lire Mesdames Nell presided. pastries, and hot coffee
Household Tips We're greeting each other as ,Jeffrey Sue. Don. and i The bride-elect is the daugh.
i Susie Jonnie Miss Myrtle
Bridges, Brewer Mr. LJle Wood guest speak to the following:
they drive in the gate Eddie Eddie Martin. Mrs. ter of the late Mrs. Nanme
Fae Casaels. Cleo Dennis. er, gave a very interesting and Brown. Miss Mary Brown
Some of thm arriving a little Pearl Xott: Mrs. Violet Page East of Wrightsville. She ,41-
1-Stains on marble/'may'be' removed by mixing salt I informative talk on Conser Mrs. E. D. Treadwell Mrs. C. I
with equal amount of pumice stone and enough water bit late. Mr.; and and Mrs Lawrence Williams I vation. D. Boring Mrs. Ellen Campbell -- tended Wesleysn College ana
We all and three grandchildren.1Mr. Auburn University where he
. are rejoicing are and
to make thick, Wash the marble with Mrs. Edith Scott
a paste. this Final plans were made for
happy and gay and Mrs. Kirkpatrick and Memorial P.T.A. was a memoer of Pi Beta Phi
allowing it to soak a few minutes, then cleanse in clean the Survey for children to at- Mrs. Naomi Duke. .
Though most of our fathers two children and Mrs. RhyIsnder will meet Friday Miss East is employed b>
The Club
salt water. and mothers have all passed all.of Ft. Myers; 011411'I' tyid kindergarden were..made with Mrs. Ellen the Atlanta Board of Educa t
2-To remove an obstinate cork dip a cloth into boilIng away. Williams,,.Bonita Springs; Mr. ; Will Sponsor with the Survey starting Wednesday October 16,

water and wrap around the neck of the bottle. The We know that they have gone and Mr,. Thad Williams Es- j morning Sept. 30. Campbell. tion.Mr.. Altman graduated from

heat expands the glass and the cork will come out. to their home In the sky. tero; Mrs. ,Ruth Hall childrenJ. Clothing Drive Induction of the new members Georgia Institute of Techno-
Prized Ponseaslon Where we plan to, meet In the C. Shirley and Clyde of Lake': will take place at the logy where he was a member

Kayo Kern 0) year old sweet bye and bye. Worthy Miss Thelma Small- ,II Mrs." Dick Burnham chair DeSoto Restaurant on October I, of Sigma Nu. After complete-
son of Mattie Lou and Ella, The Table Is spread with an wood of Choklaskee; Mr.. andMrs. man, has announced that heFT 47. with Mrs. Kenton Haymon Attends Honor ing a three-year tour of duty
worth Keen '22 N. Mills old fashioned feast I Dick Moore Upper Key A of Memorial Grammar Junior District Director: of in the U. S. Marine Corps, Mr
Swamp cabbage chicken and Largo; Mr. and Mrs. Fred I'j District 12, of Punta Gorda.I associated
Altman is now with
. Ave. fa the School .la azaln sponsoring a ForGranddaughter
proud possessor
here to the
bread made of yeast. Moore and daughter Lisa I I conduct: ceremony Lockheed-Georgia Co.
the
;: of a chin strap from the drive for children's winter 1 Hostesses Mrs. M. Marsh I
The pies and the cakes have Dallas, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. W. ,
football helmet of Jack calories galore i Bud Van Ostran. Marshvllle,i Mrs. Dan Shelter. Mrs. Char
f Harper halfback on the But just for one day we will Ga., M r .. Louise Albrilton. you have any clothing lie Whiddcn. Mrs. Walter October 31 at First Christian

:': University of Florida Gator surely Ignore. I Guerry Parker Mr., and Mrs. needy which child could, be nlease used take by some it to I Bethel, and Mrs. Robert Lan- Mrs. V. P. Gearhart went Church. Altman in Wrightsville.Mr. was born. In

team. lie is from Lakeland So lets get busy with our fork Rusty Gainer, Mr. and Mrs. the school on Tuesday Oct. 13. ier' serving refreshments during to Moorehaven Tuesday of las: Arcadia and lived here until

I and an outstanding and our knife and everyone Phil Turner children Libby ', This clothing U kept In the the social. hour. I week and spent until Thursday the family moved to Tampa.
player while In high school. have the time of their life. Gall John and Phil. Jr.. Mr. Memorial School clothingroom with her son-in-law and ills rather Sam Altman. wa-
And after Russ Williams of and Mrs. J. L. Miller and Mrs. '
lie is now a Junior at the and is presented to granddaughter. Pharmaclat in Arcadia DrugStore
Daytona Beach asked the Dulah Hedrick. all of Arcadia;
University.Back needy children. within the Mrs. Roundtree Tuesday night she attendedthe when they lived hereREMINDER
blessing that Is exactly what Mr. and Mrs. nail Barnwell. school. Installation of her granddaughter
everyone did.AU.ndlne Betty Barnwell. Mr. and Mrs. i Marline Uzzell as
urday.
I were Mr. and Stanley Nicholson children I 1 Attended ClinicIn Worthy Advisor of the Rain
room mate Moses<<, and an. Mrs. Luther Lott. Mr. and Keith and Kelly and And I bow Girls! an organization'
other school mate went to Jackson to see the double. Mr. Btu Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Young all of Ft. Winder; and I Stroud Wedding sponsored by the O.ILS. ,

header. They saw Ky. beat Old Miss. 27 to 20 in Lester Lott. children Karen. Mr .and Mrs. Malcome Fort. OrlandoMrs. It Is \\A.oo&J late to join the I

the P.M., and that night U. of F. beat Miss. State Mike and Doug Floyd Lum- Mr and Mrs. Deruil D.... Anniversary TEENAGE

I 16 to 13, That was a thrill but the real thrill came Children Kathy, Sandra. Ricky I I Marie Roundtree was BALLROOM DANCE I
and Vickie Sue. Mr. and Mrs. one of the patients examined CLASSESheld
when Jack made a long run for the winning touchdown. I Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Stroud Arc. Literary every Wednesday at
, He, Jack pulled his chin strap off and threw It up in W.W.I. Vets and Earl Barnwell. sons Timmy celebrated their Golden Wedding bjr the forty Doctors over the the Womnn's Club In Arcadia
and
I Tommy and Troy hosts State attending the Florida
:; the stand. Moses or one of the other boys csaught it andS Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnwell. Anniversary Sunday witha Society of Dcrmotologist meetIng Also CHILDREN'S Tap, II{
Club Will Meet
it to to send to Although Kayo is dinner party at the homo of Ballet. Acrobatic Boy's 1 1Class.
gave Buddy Kayo. Auxiliary Meet all of Ft. Ogden. at the Florida Sanitarium, Ladies Physical I I
not very large for his age* he has what it takes, and Is their dahghter Mrs. L. J. and Hospital. Fitness I

a football fan of the Bulldogs Ho loves to play back Clark on the Nocatee Road. Mrs. Hound tree has been Wed. Oct. '14 Conducted by i I lti

yard football, asd will probably grow up to be another TonightVeterans Little Tours In Beautiful yellow flowers going to Orlando for several Mr. and Mrs. ,*

Jack Harper. And when ho does. I hope he will throw were placed on the dinner I years having been sent there 'The Arcadia Literary Club EARL, ATKINSON ,',1
his chin strap to somebody to give to a little boy who of World War One Caribbean WithU. table. by her doctor the late Dr. if. will hold it's October meeting -

will be as happy to cherish it as is my friend Kayo. and their Auxiliary will meet The honor guests opened< I I'. Devis. to have Dr. M An. at the home of Mrs. A. C, .
tonight Thursday October 8
S. MarinesMarine their lovely gifts, and reminisced dews treat her. Many. slides Polk. Jr. on Wednesday. Oct.
at the Barracks on DeSoto were taken of Mrs. Roundtree 14. Miss
about the past fifty ear.*. Emily Smith ,will be
Arcadia Has Author Now I Ave.. starting at 7:30: p.m. Private 1st Class as they were of the other patients he. lender, and Mrs. J. (I.Treadwell. .
District president of the Au. Wilbur L. Little, son of Mr. Attending were Mr. and and later the doctors Sr. will have the btJj;-
I that have authors living here xiliary. Mrs. Nadia ScheffcrtoC Mrs. Stroud. honor guest: LeeCoult..r. $P
am sure we many ,
and Mrs. E. II. Little of RouteI studied the slides and discussed book review.Hostesses are Mrs.D. ,
but I am talking about Anna Lee Car I ton, wife of ClydeI Port Charlotte will be. pre Arcadia Is serving In the Mr. and Mrs. C. B. the patient with the; O. Barnett and Mrs. A. M. ....... 9
Carlton. Parts Manager of South Florida Motor Co. ...nt.Ira.. Frances Peters, Caribbean area with the Third Coulter. Joy Coulter Donald' other doctors to find out If Dennis.RONNIE'S. .
They have lived in Arcadia .about a year now SouthHernando president of the local bUitlturges'members Battalion (Relnforeedr'See- Shullls.Till and Mr. and Mrs. Jack another treatment would be .4. t '
Smith: of Gainesville
been leader in the to attend. ; Mr.j better. She was In there all day (
Avenue. Anna Lee has a Important business is scheduled ond Marine Regiment home.based and Mrs. liar ley Carlton. N -
field of Christian education and family life for a at Camp Lejeune. N. C and was examined by all for- -.
be atee; Mrs. Alice Clark and, =
.u transacted, so TID-BIT :
ber of years. For several years she operated a num.1 please be present. Ills unit a part of Battalion Alfred King Arcadia; and thehosts. ty ,doctors.Mrs.. .
Roundtree went to Orlando
garten in Tampa and during this. time gained Landing Team 3/3. .is deployed Mr. and Mrs. Clark Friday and until I never measure. a man' + +...."'
sight Into many different types of families with young In operational and 'good daughters LaRa. and Cynthia. Monday with her spent Mrs.II abilities by his advisors : ;:,
will' tour of the Caribbean sister
because, first of all each \:
children. A writer for church school curriculum the .
He will visit such ports ss JL Galloway. man .is responsible for his '/c.. .. ;
-
hook I want to talk about is "Guidelines for Family VFW Will Honor Pence and San Juan. Puerto own actions.RONNIE'S I;; ..".

Worship," published by Warner I I'rss'. of Anderson Ind. Rico; St. Thomas and St. John Medical Terms New! Gillette
Family worship Is often referred to as one of the Charter MemberVeterans Virgin Islands: and Kingston What's the best medicineof

most significant places of spiritual development for ,Jamaica in addition it will Class To Bo In WT'TIMENOW

the Christian and yet one of the most neglected. Believing of Foreign Wars conduct amphibious training Slim
that families develop their worship most effectively Peace River Poet 2824 will exercises on the Island of Vie.

together, the author discusses the role of family honor its charter members at qy... Puerto Rico which Is the Sarasota School .

worship In the Christian. home. She gives. specific an anniversary party and fish Second DI..lllon'aCarlbbeen** AdjustableRazor
suggestions for bringing variety depth and new mean. barbecue to be acid' on 0 ., the> Fwst Horn on East I understanding and recordingof '
Ing to this Important aspect of Christian living. J.i"
Cypress street.Several medical' terminology Is beIng w.r1 seal
In the first. "chapter, Anna I lee tells, of "What Is Family I District and Depart Term ,planned at the Sarasota I I .... t.N.1a.... S (eat Oak N.Arsadls .
Worship. She said that Cod through Ills Holy meat officer will be visiting' Community School.Anatomical I I ..aaa.t root .

Spirit U constantly endeavoring to get through to peo- the local' group foe; ,taeviMresentsilon ,.,..ISuct.s.ltn11tt.fburd, terms as they ...... FlerldeDal
Isle>> lie l III calling them to see. through the fog of timeand of 33-ypr.membertship used by- medical record bes W".1711
are
things tn the glory of eternal riches.. That God pin jto the- fallowing .* Trie N aapreneMI. a SlUt States Jewelry and Watch Repair,
librarians and associated
secretarial
A'' JIit .at V As ,...
calls through many avenues; the Christian home Charter members: W, 11., .Tia- workers will be stress ----

tern. of the gospel. the witness of Christian mlnl""l] K.pier Melvin' Johnston. James rut Rev.e.vaacellatle Joss C,.Finger campaign of OrlandoPorida. with .. ".,... people active in --

all of nature from t-he majestic awesomeness. of a volcanic Lsughlrey. George TtJ9uc- arras et ,health occupations or
....ak.*,. f1. Chestecfteld Smithy >)> The pastor report a
eruption to the quiet calm of a green meadow Alfred Alssser healthy cuedlttoq prevailing in thus wishing to transfer to
,and L., TVlaler. \ TO
music, art. toetry.| book, church' building, the .pealingof : .U, department* 'of. the work the field of medical records

church bell. These and many more things are call-j 1 I The p bU>, Is. invl It" t.. uhf| AA"vy aggressive program la art ,eligible.:
log for men everywhere to give attention to Gal the tish barbecue: and tickets may planitaelt, fur .the fall ,and wtar This Is fundamental emirs

Creator and Father of all mankind.. That we need to''''be purchased, frnm any *4 the which la a pn-requl.it. foe a I..

train and be trained In recognizing" these calls to worship Pest member oerviag( hours This church known ae Ar ; medic secretary course which

in are,front ,'.10 i t,73: 1 ... ,Mplenty bdl.Old Fashioned House is, to follow.
responding to them. Even: more, we need to p.j I
..
of time t.. cat a..d, that |ends a 'very cordial welcome This scheduled CARPET YOUR HOME
learn what worship 1 Is, and when, where and how we course Is to
can worship. ga, te ihe ,b.Ut .......1, ;, to alt Ihina,who have. no I meet Tuesday and Thursdays 1
... ., church,, home..No one should .
.f .,. between 7 and a pun*. and wUlbe
The author has also written "IIles'etl l Are They WhoTeich fall .t. warship. the Lord inptibii. ,
.
.
** l," pat.O.Oct.-
> .M I ,
and It, tat was by Warner lress.Guidelines ., sMMse .* the Lardeday. Kcal '
leer.
will
; For Family. Worship was dedicated. to the Memorial PT.A.: Terminology
be Mrs. lola
taught by Kate
one son and three daughters( of the author among I Neat Sunday In the momIng It N. The registration. fee 1s i II I 1 M4 I CHOOSE FROM HUNDREDS OF YARDS OF
others, who shared personal experiences with her It worship service the pastor
Will Meet Oct. 13 sane and books will be required. 1 1'il
Is very Interesting reading will speak on the subjectWh.t Inerreated persons r 100% CONTINUOUS FILAMENT

(I am hoping that Anna Lee. Carlton vail give the Due to clrcumataares ayund *- i'i I Christian.It" Mean In the To Sunday De A i, should call the Sarasota Community i a L i 4st NYLON

Public Library an autographed copy of tae book.. control, the MemotUI evening service the sermon j School office and reserve CARPETING AT ONLY

}:dltor'. Note). Parent Teachers Associationwas topic .will be -When The llrlde. t! a place in the class,
unable to meet Tw.day groom cTh... will be'' phone M-I1U.. or step by
the office at 1001 S. Washing
That Tim of Year Again ly night announced.of tills week as previous Why message.we on believe prophetic In the truth.soon Ion Blvd. Room 110. ;' .''t 3 t $ .85 Sq. Yard

Arcadia Woman' dub will have the first meeting The film is now la so the. t I'coming' of eur Lord The]I a ri f

of the season Monday October" 12. Marie (Mrs. Georges meeUskg has been rescheduled 1 first resurrection Who willparticipate ) 4.. Priced at

l>itner. publicity chairman, will have charge of the for nemt week oa ..TueeOajl I The wedding in IASKErCHICKEN : 00 i. 'Yord
night Ode U. starting a : the air sad the
at Marriage Su1 ,
I% r.m. )Ir. Daniel, of the Chamber of Commerce .
pan pee will be some of the vital
'will be the guest speaker.. Because this .ls the first The president fob A.11 --"I sad iatereaUng truth hrteflyoUscuesed. {

meeting Mrs Jane Whkklen. president urge all members I!urges patron to attend. j Vii'

to atteml. _Remember' Each: One .Ileach One, 1.t.... :-

That means bring; someone with you. Covered' dish.'' :
luncheon at 12 noon, followed' by the business meeting and' protrrmm. Th" year book wilt be? ready ao pkk OM 1

__ __ ._ .._ ..d ._ up at the Club )Iond.,.. $ .GO } !
I Friday October 9 there will beVork 1)7.t th* | .YtU i 7J

I I Club. tiring a sandwich and come on out and help ret II III

thin** straightened out for the first nw.Un.r. ThU haa r,.. .. i

.. I always been a fun day befcsre, and w. want you to COOM I. bl, .

out and help ua make this s day of fellowship aain.rhe .

PuMUJwd every Thursday kw>rJL g'U?' "W le.* We. I' ) frUecutivw Hoard will meet during the day, ao all '' With Slow & Potato 4 Colors
.
Oak Siren, r. IX tiusi .,.. Arcwtts, fW Ba.; XMtl. Mrs.Uera member b* aura and be the>rt.Taylor j .* ft
I*. KJuraoie. puhliiheri; Cftvsrte It Wtasx O..sfstManager. Clrto: Rain Family G.|.| -cthcr Royal Blue, Pumpkin,
Est...... ...J C1eea Matawr. Octasur. It.Ia4. Kate ()(h. Rupert) Smith had Ur0( her sister Eat Her
at the !..., tMficv *t Arcadia n Md*...sSkd.. Art. r 4CorujmM Of Carry Owt ee wi "ti4t. White Bronx.
o* Matt a.,.. 1071. together last, weekrnd for the first time in ama time
u.
Of course, Martina (Mr*.. 8. C.) Saalth sad AaaU Lauri ._ I -
Member Itectda Press settetl.q.. K.U... I........ (Mr*. Ruaeeil) Gamer live here aad tWywer* joined I m.4. .*d CoidLWesley's

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Association.Advettisttg by Mildred U'no F.. II.) Baker of TniMotn****.*. Their PINE POINTRESTAURANT ;

lUprsssatativea. .+1./. t'n... coosin. Mildred" (Men. W. O.) Raltajotswd th* croup at
tl.tn 4a: Aanmreai I1.w.MMw $-, ...w muves.. I,
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I available) moment did other retailvw and :
*
every a
Home
Mew Yet New Yuck; AU-" dee**!**O..s..b Mc..eaI
friend/ Another 8>>tft-. Mr*. inns. IVnuei, of Fort ,1 Furnishing
5ubllni B*>.ea...One. >.** u... tart. W.- .u... $3. 2- $. rterce had planned M b* svef*; but caught.. a ".... .. __** IILMe o.a ....... s
i te O y Mte Issue*- M CMrtsat \ I.r*. caught .her. ADy: *a.7..b. had to post *me .her visit wwCADIA 22 nNa J
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life. She was a member of the Swain. Ed Watson OU Dyes,
. I Gardner Baptist Church. Charlie Harrison Roger Har Jackie Rumsey of New burgh;
She is survived. by her h-..- rington.. John Yerk. Travis [ News From Ft. OgiiMRS. N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Houk

I- I band, Leland Hampton of Arcadia Petrey. Worley Whidden. Wal- I and Mrs. Betty Waters of Ft.

i@efi Ii I ; three children, Mrs. ly Collins Stewart Reid. Jerry Myers; Mr*. Cora Bates. Mr.

Charles L. Atherton of St. Tinsley, W. W. teuton. VERA COLLINS which were opened and admired Ida Hall of New Syrma Beach;
'and Miss. Minnie Burnette of
Petersburg. Harold of Arcadia Lewis Stewart Doug Treao'well. > by all present' Afterwards -
,.. i ROBIN ANN KELLY and James, of Miami.; Three Jr.. Lewis. Purvis bill Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Love refreshment! of cake unit i Jacksonville.
. ''J'o' 1 brothers- 11. L. Cuker Card I; Di&hong Alton La timer, Chatlie I returned here Friday evening. I punch were served- i I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keene- of
'A' Graveside, services. were held ner, Tom Coker LaBelle- and VthiUden- Ted Weu.s. Arthur ,: ,".er .Aiding: the summer > Arcadia visited Mr. and Mrs.
t.- I for Robin Ann Kelly. infant Rob Coker. Arcadia; three tit- ; Roe T 1.. Mercer ttenry montha in Rose City. Michigan Stexi BogKcsa was honored I I Morton Livingston. and Mrs.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs\ R E.I ters. Nannie Hampton Area. Lanier Lewis. Ambiei. reievaKvr I Mr. and Mrs. Mortimor of with a birthday party Lust i Richard Butler and Infant son
"II i I Kelly Jr.. former DeSoto residents -1! .dia Mrs.\ R. B. McCorquodale \ Carol: & Dauli.4wy. ii. I lion ltd Springs were visitors! Saturday at his. home. Stevie I on Sunday evening.

=: Mrs. Lowdnes Tread well returned Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Werner,,. now of Arlington Gardner and Mrs. Bertie Og- L. SummerUn. Warren Junes.i of Mr. and Mrs. 1.o'eSun.iay., .I wan celebrating his 4th bh th- : Mr. Morton Livingston and

home Wednesday night; returned home last weekend Height, 111. Thin died elsby, Gardner. i UekU> Jones. and Ktchuru tsl \..*. I A birthday dinner was givenat day. Birthday cake and punch : Mr. and Mrs. Richard Butler

,-iOf; last week. from Dunellon I from Cleveland. Ohio where''i, in the Northwest Community Intermeat was in Oak Ridge 'I .,r.j the home ef Mr. und Mrs. were served to all guests. I I and baby went to Sarasota
where she in I W. 1'. Boggeaa Sunday for I Mrs. Edth! Md non was !
( had spent overnight they- spent the summer Hospital Arlington Heightsand Cemetery with Robarts-Grady I Friday and put the baby In
.with her mother, Mrs. J. F. months. Mrs. Werner said thatthey I the remains were shippedto Funeral Home in charge of MRS. BUNIA OUTLER their daughter Mrs. Jean Wil- given\ a birthday dinner Sunday i Sarasota Memeroial. Hospital
t'Cocowitch. She went by there enjoyed the summer- but Robarts-Grady Funeral arrangements.- j :I liams. Others attending were ; at her home Attending when, I' for two
i was a
patient
and left her car, and rode were very happy to be home Home by Blacks Memorial\ Mrs. Bunia. Outler 85 a resident Edward Williams Mr. antI Mrs. were: Mr\ and Mrs. Zeke lIc- It
Pallbearers Ed Ivey. I days They returned for
."..with her daughter, Miss Suz. again.. I Home in Arlington Heights Glen Bowm were Austin f of DeSoto County for Jimmy Brewer and children Lenon, Mr. and Mrs. RusaelMcLenon un Sunday
,,anne Treadwell to WashIngton The Rev J. J. Martin of.ficiatcd. Coker. the pa.t1$ years died Sun-!I I Mr. and Mrs Del Buggess and! and family. Mr. and -
D. C. to enter her in Interment was in Oak Joel Coker Bert McCorquodale \ -| day night at the home of heri > I son and Mr. and Mrs. Irl noggcs I Mrs. Emit McLenon of fort
..Georgetown University. Suzanne Mrs. W. A. Medlin of Cres- Ridge; Cemetery und Roberts. and Fred Douglas. I i daughter, and only immediate. *. Ricky. and Slavic.Mr. I Luud rd le. Mr. and Mrs. Dink Shrinks Hemorrhoids

:. is taking International cent City spent from Monday Grimy Funeral Home was in survivor, l\lrlt. Lott B. Jones and Mrs. Bob :MiLeo.1 McLerum of Naples Mr un.1
"Economics" in Foreign Affairs. until Saturday of last week charge of arrangements. WILLIAM S. (Bill) KOCH I IFun..rlll lit Deleware, Ohio. / and family. and Mr. Jack Edwards : Mrs. Dan McLeontm\ and family Without/ Surgery
here visiting with her mother I I of Venice Mr. and Mrs
with classes starting on Sept. j! For Mrs. Out. of Sarasota were din-
services heldFriday many years PaiR
Itch-Relieves
) wen
Mrs. S. C. Pearce 318 W. Ralph FItzpatrick of Pun.a Stops
;22nd. Mrs. Treadwell has been ncr- guests of Mr ant Mrs.'
MRS. MINNIE WALDRONW1LLIFURD : Icr. wife of the late Phllmore
October 2, for WilliamS
for Magnolia. Thursday. Mrs. Gonla. T.r its first tI",..>)....has fraailltw
two weeks. Lamer
: away A. C.
Bill Sr.. who died. Mueil of Pine. Level lived. on They atlso visited I ..
tlediin and Mrs. Pearce went- ( ) Kcnh 'Mr. acid Mrs. Richard Riitlri a h.alin, iub.tanr. with the -
October: W at Arcadia General > their grove, in the Pine Level I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cu4-I '"..10)\) m'' abiltly t* ahrink. k.metholds -
", o ISradenton and were over- Funeral' services. will I I I be community. After. his death, I liEU Sunday. j I are the proud parents of a ant t. r.ll... p.l.-without
Miss Marlene dell of Moore- light guests of another> of Mrs.earces Hospital after a I lengthy The been .
held Saturday. Oct. 10 for ?Ir.. sun ycuntl nun has .ure ry. In 5a after CM, whilenUv
.he married .
A. M.
Rev J Gilbreath
M Mr. Luke
haven ? Mrs. Homer illness Outler of .lieelsC Mtuai red.<*
spent the weekend with daughters. Minnie Waldron Williford. 73.toiUt I named Itichartl& Henry Jr r pain.
now deceased, and continued Wales a spent last week with lion hrtnkac. ) task ple.. Moot
her grandmother Mrs.\ V. P. Hayes Mr. Koch was born November Our .
IJartow llospilal 'I deepest sympathy is oxtondetl -
uica in a .
I live the Jessie .matins1 ml 1 r* nlu were s th. -
I I 40 on home place untilsour his son Rev taibreeethand
i Cearhart, Nocateet. Road. She had lived at n,. 6. 19. 1914' In DeSoto Ccuntyand tu 'the rx rouve . Mrs. J. A. Latimer Jr. and Dos 103U ill Lakeland for1:= had lived here> all his life. years ago when she aold i Mrs. tilbrrath.Rev. j I'y! .' Mrs. riixabeth: Livin.,im-; .u<*.at. Irk*"Piles .hors.*.*. I Irfpartmeac.
1lra.Vlllian, G. Welles were I I Services were held> from the, the grove, and moved in to an sad Mrs Gilbreath took, ton who pastel oil ruok- is a prblmf' Tt>. s.rr.t I is aheating ...
there (from Arcadia away .
,. Mr. and Mrs.\ F. II. Daker of years moving 71 N. Lee Avenue,1' cuhatanr (11I..D'-
business visitors in Sarasota Trinity. Mt hod 1st Church Mr. Gilbreath home M"lId.ay. I
She was a member of day of last week ****ry *f a _rlj-f.mou* rar 'kitn
Thonotosatsa spent the week- Monday. I I the Gibsonia. Baptist Churth.Survivors where he was a member' with Arcadia. I i Mrs. Faye Collins was .ivcii 1 Uuuter guests of Mr anti ."...ta.T".....b.t...*la sow avaU-
.
.lend visiting with Mrs.\ Baker's the Rev Raymond L. Hayes. Mrs. Cutler had oeen a'member a stork shower September :33: Mrs :Kfu'on Living Von onThursday able.. In .upp..ly *r ......*.! lovesesll.4
; are one a"n.Vll- I /-. all
/ At drag
'''Sister Mrs Rupert Smith, and Mr .and Mrs. W. Crittenden.I liam L Waltlron.. U S. Mar Rev. Roy Rlddley and Rev. of First. Baptist church at the home of Mrs.' liner H.>.aCess. were: Mr. untl Mrs. counter lv.pereSi.o.*.

other relatives. HO Reynolds St.. returned! I| .ines. Quantico Va.; one daugh- Shvppurd Bryan officiating fur many. many years and : I Alvin. Jones of Nokomls. Mrs
home Saturday from a three:''ter. Mrs. Lctha Purvis of Arcadia Survivors are his wife Dorothy was a devoted, and faithful I Hostesses were Mrs. Rose ---- ----

Mrs. Viola Click. dfjghtervah month visit with relatives and ; three sisters. Mrs Albert Koch: and children. Pant member. She was also a longtime Boggess, Mrs. Peggy Hay said I
J5 Bell of Moorehaven. triends.. They visited. Mrs. Cnt- I Slaughter. Bedford. Me.. ella and William S. Koch. Jr.: member of the O.E.S. Mrs. Mavis B.ggess. Mrs. Collins SAVEBUY
lenden's- brother. Mr and Mrs. Jf Arcadia; his parents and attended meetings as often received. nice. gifts
,:pent the weekend as guests Mrs. Edward; Waternon Largo many
Andrew Ebcrhardt and her I and Mrs. L. W. Koch ; as possible active In Sun- I _- ____- .t1':
..of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. and: Mrs. S..d..1I114m.. .. Ar- '" FACTORY DIRECT
."Herbert Kornegay. Mizelle slter-ln.la, Mrs. William cadia; two brothers. E. L. and one sister, Mrs. Paul Mr'j day school IID.C. and Civic. t Protcotion from Sun Rain
*ave. Eberhardt in E-Jlfalo. N. Y. \VcMlherly, of Miami and Austin gens, of Arcadia. Club. 'Cullman. Alabama ,
14-' The Crittenden's> spent three Groover. Clearwater seven Burial. was In Oak She enjoyed good health until -I Friends. may get In touch Hurricane

Mrs. Mary Louise McEach- days at the Fair in N. Y.. vistcd grandchildren and six great Cemetery with Robarts-Grady the last year- of her life with Mrs. Ou tier's sister Mrs. I II

aern and Mr*. Jane Whidden in Canada and stoppedover grandchildren. Funeral Home in charge of I and continue! active. She wasa T. N. Allen, R.F.D. Center ., by rEAVIE.WJ

were business visitors in Bra with friends. enroute Services will be held from arrangements. person who loved everybody 't Point. Cullman Alabama, I r'V
denton Friday.. home. the Gibsonia Baptist Churchat Active pallbearer were Dick. and they loved her- Mrs Out .

:;; I 10 am. and burial will be Wells. Pat Kelly. George Bar- : ler loved her relatives, and 0 Ray .O-Llto Fiberglass.
T 1\lrs. Glenn Ebersole spent I' Mrs. J. T. Cassels and Mrs. :I'in Oak Hill tunker Cemitery lag John lIud.... George Ole for year> has spent several ITCHINGLIKE I : '

the weekend In Mulberry with Al Bridges. went to Palmetto In Arcadia. with the Gentry.Morrison anj Bob De.... Honorary pallbearers -'i moatna during the summer, ) Awnings
her daughter Mrs. Jerry Sunday and attended a Dis- Funeral Home in were Willis Peacock. 'visiting ida tives. attending MAD? Aluminum Awnings

laughtr, Mr. Slaughter, chil rict School of Instruction on I i, charge of arrangements. -hesterfleld Smith. Walter I' family: reunion in Alabama Gel this doctor's formula I I Q Aluminum Siding Carports
dren Susan Katie and Steve. Prosram Material far the I Dykes Coleman Brewer. Durt- and visiting with her daughter -
\VJf..G. The meeting was held dy Yarborough. Ray Middle.ton. In New Jersey. She en- Zemo treeJitv Hops torment of Cabana Roofs. Utility Sheds

Mrs. Grace Smith spent In the Methodist church there.I MARY HAMPTON ALBEANIR A. C. Polk.. C. K. Adams: J joyed going. but was alwayshappy I I Merntlly.minor. cauied im linisiion Itching. nonpoMonmw ofovtema. > \ Call 955-8391 Collect

..from Friday until Monday in Howard Shaver Hugh FUnd-' to get home. in.., hum l>seniilics S. LOUIS DcFERRARI
Bartow with. her grandson Mr. GeorgeLeitner return-j Funeral services were held era. lUll Channel. Ralph Cochran -|, The funeral will be heM at I I nerve..ntIIlntI'1..millions of ur"* Free Kallmate: 2361 12th Street SoraiotaBadcockb
,Chet Smith, while his parents, ed home Monday > at the Rubarta-Grady Chapelfor Dr. Sam Agnew, Dr. Calvin 2 pm. rrwa,. October 0. at I face ;|_-. "l1o"1'%h" tkln ascii Years U Pay -
from Lakeland where she had Martin Dr. Cordon Me- the First. Baptist church In''I --Liquid or thfllmcnt.
L Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Smith were ,t Mrs. Mary Albeanie Hamp .
pent .last week in the Lakeland -- -- ---- -- --" ---- -- --"" -
ou tof town. ton. 4U Rio Vista Road who
( .. Hospital. died. at Mound Park HospitalIn ipakisI".

I'\ Miss Kitty Gail Morgan and F.t': Petersburg. Oct 4. Rev.
,Miss Royalyne Davis. left last Mrs O. D .Dobson accompanied Fley Yarborough officiated.Mrs. .

1''f Friday for Sarasota to reenter Judge and MrsJohnP. |; Hampton was burn In '
Rlngling School of Art for the lose. Jr, of Punta Gorda to Gardner July II. 18B and haslived

I winter term. i t..ak. Wb.<.u II.st Tkursday.& i .In DeSoto County all her ., .. ?
and that night attended banQuet --- 7.
and meeting for .:. OfI .'II
Miss. Jennie Westeaffer : TJt.llll. "OP-"M
re. letA
injured. He is still in the Hospital. -
turned home Weuncsday of I icial Inspection of the A.Jolrc.r &'
I suciate Conductress,I and not out of danger
last week from a four weeks :
yet, but the doctors are hope.
trip visiting. with relatives ijFennayivanka. O.E.S. lone Keen of Ft.
Kit that within a few day
Meade.
She visited her I II
Tommy will be on the rapid DINETTES
brother. Mr. and Mrs. _.: '. ..
Ml Weathesfre-. \. cray-j Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cokerwere toad to recovery Tommy lathe I 'f '
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. .
business visitor In Wu ,
I Pa.. and with her sister '
Thomas Kyle and Mr. and
chula Tuesday.
Esther Kaufmman In
M..1 Mrs. I. D. Eller, Sr.. all of T
melstown. This was the
tflnethat' Miss : Friend. of Tommy Kyle. Arcadia.Mr. ,

bad returned to her native Jr.. 17 year old son of Mr. '
5. it"m 0gp4z
.state since 1027. so she visited and Mrs. A. T. Kyle. ef Winston and Mrs. Louis McLeod: : : a 5

many selativoa, and former Salem. N. C.. will be gladto of Orlando were Friday of last PIECE

friends, and two family reun- know that he is recoveringfrom : week guest of Mrs. McLeod'
'ions. hi* recent motor scooter parents. Mr. and Mr*. I. D.CUre. 1Ysek
", wreck when ke was critically I Sr. DINETTEXING
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.i A3/C Stanley Cause left last
week for his. new assignmentat .1! IZ I The I.st Dln tte Of. $.dceek


land.course Harmon He and has A.F.B U now completed assigned Newfound his as News From Ona /tr. hSE:4onba: !;:: 8-8' .

,
an Air Traffic. Control Opera.tor. I, -* I I l.nosiuiselsatlohooPsPassmee.Mor J

Mr. Gauss has spent thepast I MRS. MAMMY MURPHY J week In Tampa with her I lfl 011 ;I ; : =:;; =saste0. As-.

month here with his par. daughter Mrs. Bill Showers 7 "
en is. Mr. and Mr*. R. 0.Gaus. Mrs. B. E. Whaley of My. and family and planned to visit. Pleee : .5.t"; Compare at $49.93

.. South Osceola: Ave. I skits Head Visited Mr*. Zula her sister. Doll Albrltton in
-- --- Mercer' and children" last wreck.Mr Lakeland. I FAMILY SIZE BINETTEThi

'I- : *. Cobb Hunter was a Guy Payne of Bradenion vis. I Ie on onmeNneo1 "..... en gg "",'0

CALLING ALL patient. for three days lit the lied his grandparents. Mr. and .. D........' not e. Seofttettta $

HOME MAKERSBy was Arcadia released General Saturday HospitaL' She Mrs. Carl harley this wek.Mr. i Covered. Celr* Sq Itoseb D OWN 1 A
and Mrs. Bob Albdtton
Terry Uoug.h graduated asa .,.......... 0... ':::: Aiari
A. C. Pelh. Jr. Florida Highway Patrolman visited J.b.t Henry anj I, 'v...-. ..............y.... ON L Y usv .
Jonah of several'days u.- jsa.ewtaitoras
Myakka City ....
"',HOW TO MAKK A SMALL Friday. Hi wile Norma Jean this week and went back : c _::r.......s 1 so c.- .. YOUR .0. YOU. OLD

ROOM LOOK LAMOKR ana n'* lamiiy attended the Sunday to attend church.Mr ...............0.-- .. DIMIIIS.wseh

There are graduation exercise at Talla- *. Dillon. Murphy I* a .. CHOICE A. a..1' .-
ha_.. I ., _
way you patient' In the Palmetto Clinic. ..
make CHURCH NEWS Happy birthday to aunt Jane I .
uonts .U...k Starting this au..w,. the 4th r* ncaa who la 93 year young. : :- .. "

ger. Wall to manYIJ o( October song service' at We with her naar more. t .. ,
carpet is Jie Ona Baptist Church well .

way. II -& begin at "7 ...... Everyone I* YOU GET r. ( ,,-
CAM 0
ifiaavea a >> .. 8AOCOOlI
AU
..."..... 10 attend.n { t.- '. .
seem.... of larger' sa Farabee fiRed the RELiEF FROMHEADACHE fT. ":=:':' ..

an enure mirror. .._ .. m f !. Ipit Sunday morning at # .-'" itA" ...a,
other good way. cburcn.Mrsv. PAIN \ .- """A"r
,Another rule .. not to over. Owanne MOrph and .. ......
crowd a .-utl.-.. Use aa Gen and Cmma Lee Murphy CTANoAOC g*.e fee '&IT"'" -.:' r IC'jal
few pare** of furniture aa poss n., fcesi BOOS ef instM. ( .,
Lakeland and =
shopped *n = ch.
.. : ...
ible1 and use small dimensioned asm4. .n SI .. ..
tow &aurday. ... toresse STA5.AC ('.
Use a love oat Instead ef a T".tWftdlaC the race at ::.;.: ...." ----M .
sofa, and the love seat anoukta the Dtmie Speedway near P..... I'I p_ .4 ........... .. .... .
lightly staled and not heavy ta Gorda ftatuniay nIght wore ._. ... he..slAaasc* osm YOUR
aax* overstuffed. Use orceMonai Mr, and Mr. Ed Maar6i,. Mr. --S... Ioaf"-- .......sd r:1F
or armies chairs ........ of and N.... Jack Murphy aJkd sa4.Id '
: S 9
.
t stcx
Urge lounge cnairs. and keep family and Bob. Trtpp. .u C.i..rs
Ute aise. .( ewryUttng MOM! in .-. a .. CHOICE
Mrs. Hairy Smith left -.4-- '
\ SIt'"
gte roam smaller to ixnimelion. p..5 SIZE .UMETTC
JII..uto' aay. ......r oe Thursday te visit Mr. aa4 .... "

wall paper largo r..rl pattern or wpholwtth in a- of W....Ft Jim Laud Crasure are-sis.and She r-17 rejtMrned I I 7 Fc DftUXI OVAL DfNCTTE f f k* tefoo Dtaee. twill eteolal*e..evghtss .>

ssnaLA fe*rno la>"el 'omNtte*
., Mii.<* .
aana* y
SMVee.
Aas J )
hand painted or wad *je>tr !i aSCr*. Davkj FOK spent, lost a.. (.. Ooru..Iashi.d.ei. Cas.H.oy: g 0-.. ....----.
ossirel .1 a Landwape or q .. .5s.4 -ntO.lrl.teoinsv.s4.
._.... ..
rap* will add Uur4 iloniiialiisiJ t'" .Oa ._...I 10or- M e S P%'.ia Cs a a C.us C-.....a.c.I. .-.
3. oepUl .. a room.Vse t : I .6 S..f......... : ..... S ))7 S .. .....oo r.--. .....--..Piaos.e
a anaaU savack tattle or ........ .r....._.._'.... ... F Tao .
..*. a* front oa a ., a lars eorktail taoae.L Aa.... ) .
M. brtcbt aod. airy .....5 S = a \; C4seuese.I$99'SLOWEST _
_... a r- .....- intast while H.od4 i.rf ;r* For :
dart drab inlnr.* *Maa> .MMeavy ..... I
usct. axreperte .--w I LOWE BROTHERS PAINTS
:;! :
be 's'Try Bac/cock ;
: .ng jr-.. m, ......... PRICES ,nil".o EASIEST TERMS
or nee-1-- .... SUPCRKCMTONE KCM-CLO
:
: 1= ASSOCIATE STORE I :
***** P---. ,
f,Jiajf.. __ I ... .,. RUB ., 1UFF METALLIC PAINTS lI .
ga la Ob. flail enorosbiew. aodtlu .
.- w_ e4 ,...... ANTIQUING KITS f
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,.... w.. .. v asas ArcadiaMusic-Furniture Store
.. ..... .. ..., -r we.Tor -
.or.i stst SEE CROWS FOR PAINT
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TilE ARCADTAN, Arcadia 'Florida. Thursday October 8. 1964
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'ARCADIA LIVESTOCK MARKET: ''. Late To Classify( f
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f Too
: ..... v i !
DESOrO & :0I 'E 1.". ,
: fARM RuSSEIL KAY plkeQ
By : they might on ihem or
what inflation will do to all of
politicians -
/:27. r-.L ,( 1 livestock :(Report In an go election..stark staring year mad. us as a result of their wild

wUllteI1.Joeu4Dyhlag4ftd. :and irecklasa, spending. They
j''I'I NEWS promise They anyttfmg to either set tell us the more*w-&ive., the

,. in office. more we get the more we
V in office or stay
f Slaughter Steers spend the more we make and
fI .- ; Stocker Steers Desperate for any argumentthat
l ,-.::.:* From the office of LESTER HATCHER County Agricultural' Stdn $15.50 to $17.00 Good $15.OO to $16.25 might bring in a vote they to hell with the cost of living
..... ... ZfirAgent, and POSTELLE DAWSEY. Home Demonstration Agent, scream yell and tear their and the day of reckoning. Who
-..... ...--!! ,..._' ._ f, .;i.t iSSie "" **..a.public service to DeSoto Growers. Uty 14.50 to 16.00 Stdn 12.00 to 14.75 hair with frantic appeals. Theyare cares about our children or ourchildren's
-?-? ; S ."S Cut ll.OOto 13.00 Uty lO.OOto 13.00 for everyhing and against children. They can
'F ::
; themselves Into
Inf G'00to 10.50 nothing unless it happens to I. spend prosperity -
just like we did and
Slaughter lIeiten be the candidate that opposes

Azaleas Require HDC'Groups Florida Farm Freeman:Makes Stdn '$15.75 Stocker Heifers them.They love the old folks. God, laugh debt off the for todget what they and really national --

Uty 12.50 Good $14.00 to $14.75 noble senior are, a lot of doggone hooey.
bless 'em our
Constant Care Change Name to Report, Sept. Statement On Cut 11.75 to $12.25 Stdn 12.00 to 15.00 citizens makes no difference I And the old folks God bless
and
them the laborers
God
,
Uty 11.75 to 12.75 whether they live In a $%5.000
By LESTER HATCHER Florida farm prices improved Slaughter Cows a year apartment or are beg help them and all the rest

These plants require contin- Family LivingThe during September for soybeans Estcs DefraudQuoted Uty $12.50 to $14.25 Stocker Cows ging a dime for a cup of coffee cheer themselves hoarse and
hay hogs, beef cattle throw all reason and common
uous care if they are to thrive. on skid row. They deserve
Mulching is a must with azaleas Anniversary of Extension milk eggs and limes according below is a statement Cut 11.25 to 12.75 Stdn $13.50 to$14.25 anything we do for them and sense to the winds as they see
but avoid overmulchingas work this year Is beIng I to the Florida Crop and Issued by the Secretary of Can 8.00 to 11.25 Uty 10.75 to 12.75 a lot more. i only the personal benefits that
celebrated over the Na- Livestock Reporting Service. Agriculture in Washington on might possibly come to themas
rerooting can occur in the Inf 7.00 to 10.50 They love labor, provided it i
mulch. A mulch can also act tion the State Council of I Average. prices received for September 3. relating to the Slaughter Bull belongs to a union whether It a result of such a mad pro-

as a thatched roof and shed Home Demonstration Work I corn, sweetpotatoes cotton and I Dillle Sol Sates report released Uty $14.75 to $16.75 Stocker Dulls makes $2 or 910 an hour and I gram.
off much needed water. chose to change Its name toFlorida peanuts were lower in Sept. by the McClellan CommUtee.Freeman.s Cut 12.00 to 13.00 Stdn want the working man to geta Why can't we have freedom
Extension Homemak- than the received dur- $15.25 can't
average I Statement Con- on NOW? Why we have
T sit proudly
break. -
One horticulturist gave mea ers Council. The DeSoto County ing August. Oat calf broiler nection With Senate Subcom- Can 10.75 Uty 10.00 to :12.00 the hand of the labor j hospitalization nursing homes
right
hint last week on mole con-
trol. These animals are bad Council of Home Demonstration and turkey prices were unchanged 'mittee Investigations Report: Inf 6.00 to 10.50 boss and scream for Justice I and medical care why can't
work voted to adopt from the previous "I welcome the unanimous Slaughter Calves smirk at we have shorter work weeks
fair They
and
to work around azalea roots play.
the new name The DeSoto month. of the Permanent Subcommittee and longer
causing them to dry out. Ills report Choice $16.00 $17.75 Stocker Calves the television cameras and higher pay paid
County Extension Homemakr MEAT ANIMALS: All beef of vacations? Why can't have
idea was to kill out the soil on investigations Good 14.50 to 18.00 Choice $17.00 to $22.00 yelp into microphones to make we
Council. (The name "Ex. I
cattle
averaged 20 cents the U. S .Senate. all the blessings: the good
inflects that moles eat and they tension": is to EXTEND the er in September to $ hleb-I "The proof of the puddingis Stdn 13.00 to 15.00 Good 14.60 to 18.50 their position clear. Lord intended us to have why

will move elsewhere. He recommended research: and teaching of the hundredweight, but are still in the eating. and this report Uty 12.00 to 13.00 ShIn 12.00 to 17.50 They love America, the land i: can't we have all of It NOW?
diedrln an the In- I Tilted States Department o' 2.20 below the of the free and the home of
average price clearly establishes that
secticide. I.I Uty 11.5Oto) 13.00 the brave. wave the flag
Agriculture and tho Slut Universities They
-
revived one year ago. Cows at ilillie Sol EsUrs:: did not succeed .Slaughter Vealers
to the community $12.4O per cwt. were up 20 j I In defrauding the Government Jnf 10.00 to 11.75 until their arms ache. They RADIATOR
level.) I Good $18.75 to$19.00 are for prepardness- for de-
cents from August and steers I of a dime. The came
4-H 'ClubsNews and heifers climbed 10 cents. to cannot be said for the private Stdn 16.00 to 17.60 Stocker Calves 100-250 tense, for freedom and they

,17. 0 per cwt. Calves remained 'financial institutions which: Es- Uty 14.00 to '15.75 Choice $18.00 to $26.50 will spend our dollars to the LEANING

Notes AG Breakfast to unchanged at $16.6O per tes did defraud of substantialsums Good 17.75 to 21.75 : last penny to insure them. Our I
theirs, and some
dollars. not
cwt. Hog prices showed a 10 and for which he now and
cent increase from the prevIous I has been prosecuted and con- Stdn IG.OOto 19.00 of the candidates have plenty
4.II work is being reorganlzed Be Held
Oct. 17
hire
o much In fact that they
the month to $10.20 per visted. Uty 14.00 to 17.00
throughout state. Experience -
cwt'l
auditors to to hide their
try
I
'This Is 5O cents REPAIRINGGUARANTEED
cwt
per
I In Florida and other Inf 10.00 to 14.00
"Agricultural alumni and the I wealth with mixed figures andcubic
average one year ago.
states(girls has and proved boys) community that Joint 'friends to of agriculture" are Invited 'POULTHY AND EGOS: M' 811 head of cattle and calves in the offering. All slaughter -, talk.
join University of Prices konw all the answers
averaged 14 cents per They
clubs are, very effective. ,Florida agricultural faculty pound for commercial: broilers -f Flower Research classes Htcady. Stocker steers steady to .50 lower and can iron out all

For the past several years and students at the annual 'during September l h leifers and cows steady and calves .50 to 1.00 higher. ties whether they occur WORK

direction.we have Community been moving clubs In this ,Homecoming breakfast Oct. 17 same as In August, tut a halt Center Goes Up 53 percent alocJxer, 15 percent was cows and 69 percent Nam Cub a. Russia dUflCUI-j
arc
The breakfast Is sponsoredby cent above the average in / Darkest Africa or
being organized in many communities Alpha Zeta. national September 1903. Eggs, at 37 of the cows wan slaughter. ,space. All they ask !Is your Pick Up and 'Delivery
In the county. cultural: honorary cents per dozen were up 1 In Manatec'Co. --- --- I-- cooperation and support in ''

and Is held during the agrl-I cent from the preceding month Two DcSoto Nicholson son of Mr. and Mrs.'short your vote. Give it and MEYERRADIATOR

coming festivities and. a year ago. I Construction Cf a $200,000 Boys P. S. Nicholson and a graduate you can rest assured no mat
Dr. A. II. Krezdorn head of FIELD CROPS: Crops In volume building complex began recently of DeSoto County High ter what the cost they will pay SERVICE
the FrAt Crops Department;I I' during September were I at the 'Gulf Coast Experiment -rRocoivc'College School who will attend Florida the bill and gladly with your One 'Block North of

for the Agricultural Expert-i, corn cotton and peanuts. hurricane Station near Draden- State Unlvleralty. I money. Oak Ridge Cemetery

ment Stations .neul-- I Dora lowered the qual I ton. according to Florida Agricultural The program, which was They love their children and PHONE WA 9-1341 \
tural Extension: Service and ity of these crops grown in I Experiment Stations Scholarships begun in 1943 currently grants yours and haven't a worry in I I

', ...,. College- of Agriculture, said north-central Florida. Corn Director J. R. Beckenbach. from 55 to 60 such scholarships -I the world about the burden .
l L _- 1 j'' the purpose of the breakfasts I averaged $1.20 per bushel In The new structures will include Two .Arcadlai! student havebeen each year and has assisted ---- --- -- -- ---- .
to renew old acquaintancesand September compared with 1.22: an offlc and a laboratory selected to receive col- more than 900 students. ----- -

strengthen existing tiesj perbushel In August and $1.10a a residence fc'jIMIng. anda I I lege scholarship awards from since Its Inception. There will
I;among men of agriculture. )I year ago. Cotton returnedto Uutler hut. Th complex Is Winn-Dixie Stores Inc.. It was be 184 students attending 83 Each Month There is Always

BOYS I Dr. Marvin A. Drooker, dean growers an average of 30.5, being built on the )OO""'"* announced by James Cameron, colleges and universities under I
of the College of Agriculture.'rents per pound 1.5 cents below Urad River )'arm. ,eight Winn-Dixie grants during the'
and Dr. E. T. York provuat I'I ,the comparable: month last miles southeast of the station's current school year. Ten-day Bonus on Savings

for agriculture, will be on:year Peanuts at 10.7 cents per,I present site 'The land was r In addition the I'

I I hand to welcome guests, Lull' pound: In September ''compares I recently acquired by the (Experiment which operates 033 company Wlnn-, Accounts at First TcdcralIn '
t with 1OO cntper pound e Stations.13.ekenbach ..
8 through 73 there will b* no formal pru, V Dixie and KwlK-Chfk supermarkets ,
I
*.am. I year ago. I said work Is throughout the South '
scheduled to be completed toward Arcadia.
The breakfast will start at i rt makes annual grants to 10 colleges -
enter our 7:30 Smoke Is Bad I the end of 1904. The sub-
a.m. at the banquet room 'and universities to assist -
station operation will t h. n a s se
of -the Student Service Center students In their
I move to the new buildings.Th. Junior Since the tenth of the month comes on SaturdayIn
FREE on campus. Tickets are When and senior
$1.SO. years.
I Plants arc construction contractwas e October there are three additional bonus days,

I awarded to the Joel San- I which gives the opportunity of starting new savings .
I I
Norris Adds To Normally Toxic let Company rot Uradenton.I accounts or adding to old ones by the close of
I which submitted a low bid of REAL.ESTATE business, Monday. October 12. where these new
i PUNTPASS "
'I Angus "Herd Agricultural Extension Service -: the contract are alternate bid. "' : ,tf 'See Us For

warns gardeners who I for the construction: of three fNiJ..xJ- '
--- Good
n. J. Norris of Ona. recently burn debris and trimmings: !I...houses. Buys
purchased 10 registered There a r e dangers .closer The Gulf Coast Station primarily -I I STEVEN RAY HAYES MOMKS. zr

Angus cows from Dale Foster borne than the rumors of a|i conducts research In secretary of the Wlnn-Dlxle .*.* __e

& of Foster >F Farms '''Inc.. of distant smoke-like column of,ornamentals, vegetables, and Stores ,Foundation.The BUILDING .|TKSGROVCS

Arcsdlti.. was reported her anJn.t : explosion. I I cut flowers. It started as theTomato individual awards. of $379 ACRCAOK
today from American Angus fact the smoke you may Discs. Laboratory In per year. for one to four yearsare
Headquarters In Missouri. Inhale while burning oleander i i I I9tt and attained the status based on scholastic ac- LEWIS AMBLER
-- -- ---> trimmings can be Just as 'aI I{fof a sub-station In 1M1.
.. hievement merit, leadership First Federal Savings And Loan
KICK -- tal as strontium to' nuclearfallout. potential and the desire fur Ratter far to Yeses

I I educational advancement.Local Asslat
J This' Isn't to "throw a IC."". Association
but It Is a good Me. to avoid Homo Extension students receiving HUGH M. MARTIN ,

competition smoke while burning I garden j I grants are: Of DeSoto County
debris during the clean **m I I Steven Ray Hayes, son of tO Smith Ds..t. Av***.

;Ii up and burn 'em up campaign Family 'Program Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Hayes.Wm. .I P1550e. WA 9-101 I ARCADIA, FLORIDA :

0TGt. thin fall I

NOW Ileinmber. smoke from Ivy By I'OSTEL.DAWSEY. _ _
or from poison oak la Just as -----
potent as contacting the living I homemaking 'Is broader than
/:"' pUnts. 'cooking I and .*....tn.. lIomor -
I
1 r making today Is a profession :, .
I where success Is not easily

Local competition will WORST SCAT .IN THE lOin Army Worms.are .achieved by "trial and error"
: I. mcthud. It is costly In termsof I

be held Saturday Oct ..', ao fan I* be .-.A.... Farm Problem in both materials and human I
s>" a ..rtou .c< 17th, at the High I Hut it .Is comfort of all aspects of faatlly -I
Ins; I* knew Ml an JKtnsLlf DeSoto Countynj living to successfulhmnvskr S
FI.Jer| MedUsI Ks. totoZ'y.
School
Gym pe.... PUn *aa help.. fr.. O
yes from tae .cry ( > Lr.Sn:1I U A Tel un Extension Family Living
1.11* medical, ''Mils. O:l Army warms continue to be l4ogr.m Includes.: Nutrition'
the !. WINI warn-* ja....,. pia.! pasture Human Relations, Family -
......... .afot. .... .........bad ,.....hI. The. trt ubl..soro* pests EcoSKMnies., The Ar.... Housing .=. ./
f**.k>sM. a. a "an._iitrpfcyt pp&I( are readily, cuntroll' with 1 ..
C._..... e..!? writ* b.r. To..|>hn*>, .IUt and Safety, doth M. NICHOLSON
y.MF .wn .... It'* treat! !its fut i. Dairymen ahouldMe Inc. and Marketing.From .
ERIC l....'M.lt.... *..*. klk' this material. Svtn &Is rvcom' this group a major and a gradual o* DeSoto
r fle''.''. and. 'P*>** .a l.rr and a minor ares stf study will i County High School, who will
.st*..r4..*. Oe. rutt ja..... I RUPERTSMITH mended for army worm eeatrot be selected by the Extension, attend the i University' of South
path w.......* in dairy pastures.One borne ...... I Florida; and William. Marion
0.4 _"." . j AGENCY I end one-half pounds ottoaaplxrn 1t
yea sage ua -
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full ..).u( at: ''WA .. un WA *.*t41 (actual material) : Ij j ,
I -It S. o.e. Ares pr -.. Is recommsoilsd for i TRESPASSING '
I I beet ratU* pasture.. Spot RURAL ;
,
Mattison, Motor Co. wtv .vestr y ....._.' vt infested ...**. is I I
0 1 erne w.n pspp rsrI PRIVATIE
II
I a cuo4 prsctic. Dont gr**.
PROPERTY G JOKE7j
114 N. P.lle! 'Ave. ARCADIA *II [ I
I cattle vn treated ptur within PICK-UP I

.. M days at slaughter.TV GARBAGE
-- -- I .*4>K t>* stioald not be I
. used cato streams. or ponds I

WORRIEDNERVOUS as it kills./ ,..... IN DcSOTO COUNTY : 4$4H
It. sure you read the .UbL

Over Change-of-LJf.? I I II I

f... ..... sliced' Ct w.l<..m. NUef ,

Q .''M ...,., .-- '. ...."tc... I I

d., SINUSSufferrs Courteous Experienced
take a s Ul ..... .
s.4iet'...,. Lydia K. I'taklasr.
'\'eg.taW. t._....._.....a. Operators '
D*">1 dread tense .....1..17' ...... icy a araaaa.-sp.etally to. .
endl.w years .. gory. .... h.lp. _.ern It, ........... awn I '-. .. ..,eo I """'-s:
dlseBsrrt. .f j...4.a .& f<*a.ti..ali* tossed ...... t tWA
1111...... ......t w akaw cc.l datr..e.irritability. 1
T.*... is a. syaeiat. ..Ja-*.......'.....--.a aloe AVAILABLE aerial
.....'. saedMsa. walra cast ts.c'ea '-." tfc.tvi H.lh.w's ==,s'I::t.u..r a1,, LA.w..r.eM OR Sf RVICII. CALL t
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'-- thus waves. 0. tees dyean.tbe tlrlp may.o .:.'=t MttOTHK1 CP
...... _.- usa..s, sryea ear t*all tKU ..at....,....,. ...... 1 =-......5-'r. GROSS'DISPOS' / fKtSOUT Or
>*y life a**.*. 8. ,..., ,.. Irritability .......... kvst .V "- SERVICE ) :
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caa ..w* sore M aa *JT rUg*>- II....*_.......f.*w i1 sM sal : ---.r.:"c\.: o.k.ARCADU.. WA'$
.... wife sad.. ......... beenl act. fed __We ... help '---M- .. .ate.A : .". 115'-I "Route 1. ARCADIA,' Hoe: _-sw. .aS 11 "
1 If yes .....sleet tarsk. the y...reel.lf. tots yea fw4 ........ --- "'-' "o.a 76 FLORIDA. WAJU1184t
L I tk.ae.. ..... d..p.ir. 'l>* aa watts t".t' isJMStwetas4* .-..',.nssd %*...y. I ARCADIA DRUGS i *er

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_ARCADIAN. Arcadia, I Florida.< Thursday October 8, 1964 5-A

1 TIME: 6 cents: per word.


MIS FOR SALE = ==LEGAL-NOTICE I Charles Atkins
2 TIMES: 5 cents per word per issue.: __ .
I News From OwensA Returns From
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of TMCTWttfTH
FOR BEST TIRE BARGAINSAND
3 or more TIMES : 4 cents per word per i issue. I JUDICIAL CIUCUIT IM
I See I World Cruise
Euto Carper ANO '0" ocsoio COUNTY. fi.oe.ioA
IN CMANCIMVCOM '
Classified Display counts at 40 word inch. Tire Service TexacoStation. .... seals reminder of the community given, by Miss Janyce' Smith in Tampa at the present time. Marine Private First Class
per WA 9-5311. SUIT fOH DIVOKCI .
tic I SANDRA ANN" PtDIGO.PKiinritl I I' fellowship supper of the on her work us' u" ;IIINI..MII :Mr and Mrs. Albert Iast- Charles A. Atkins, son of A.

Classified Deadline: Wednesday 9:00 a. m.Box -- -- --_. ..., / OWe''''. Home Demonstration I missionary Honduras and, roger. of Luke Placid called on Atkins of Nocatee: was scheduled -

FOR SALE: Small decorative i GERALD LYNN" flOlGO. Club to be held ill the later. showed trophies at, the! :Mr Lastingers sister Mrs J. C to return to Norfolk,Va..

Number Charge: 25c extra. tiles 20O colors and patterns I 0.NOTICI>'--" O* rUSHCATIONSTATl munity center next .con'-I fellowship hour 'in Watson Johnson Monday\ morning. I Oct. 3 while serving aboard

Card of Thanks for hobbyists Bank 00FLUAlUA 1U; I Oct: 13 ut 8'30 I .m. E\'t Hall. Mr and Mrs. E. U. -Bus' the USS Enterprise followingthe
at Classified Rates.
C GERALD LYNN. PIDIGOSrrrvt, rlrome l. covered Johnson took Mr. J. E. Scottof completion of
plates, bowls ash trays, ice I 445. Colamt5 v." Bring i Mrs. Wulff and granddaughter operation Sea

buckets tables etc. Instruc- i A.--Io, I dish and table setting for your' Miss Iloimle Pearce of Miami Arcadia: to Sarasota Monday Orbit.

-- tions. Several close-out tiles at C...: .0'I:: Pe14bv :: : I own family.Mrs were weekend guests of afternoon to consult an "Operation Sea Orbif Is the

REAL fOR RENT discontinued prices. Ideal for .Oo.-PUS..O by vow .' t'"t.' ': Kate Tinker of Sarasota Mr. and Mrs Fred Pvaicc and eye specialist first around the world cruise
I West Florida Tile Dis- I A1514 m the Circuit |,I with Ml Ephralm Sunday school by the world's only nuclear
FOR SALEAVAILABLE gifts tv, lwfm, Judxiol, Circuit of fkxxto. I II was over for a visit family.
tributors Inc. 601 School Ave- :in a.j to* Lw.oto County. riortOa. I I i I her sister Mrs. J. }'. Thigpen Mr .and Mrs Vergil Sjpp will have a fellowship barbe- task force The force Is composed -

i'FOR RENT 2 Bedroom nue, Sarasota Florida. 'I m Cr>one to v>iv. an. >m l You*..or r>.....b.n.OY.>tilt'. "rquired ..-- i iJ I' and family celebrating her i i iI i and daughter Margaret t Ann cue supper at their ,recreation of the nuclear powered

FHA I house partially furnished. 52tfc J torr.cv, JC*.M R. WIXX3 .t tr.p low !I birthday on Tuesday Sept. 29. of Moor haven were over for center next Saturday nlgttt beginning attack aircraft carrier. the

FOR John Parker Realtor WA 85431 -- '-- firm of WUOO SCHCB! WH1'I, !>ILL *. and wkend'Islt with at 7 p.m. All members USS Enterprise, and the guided -
,1 I CMVMOM Htt i: wit. Dr ... SaraN I|Iln the afternoon Mr. a their
OeSoto County : Arcadia. t rMraJa a your .. rand and Mr and parents Mr and Mrs and neighbors are Inylted missile cruiser USS Lung
toy Thicpen George
"T.f ;: i
Your Money Will Earn. I I '
Case "No. not
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Of .1".dne. vou
:2tfc 'In'l
I j Summeralls to attend. Radios bring I Beach and the frigate USS
,09-2 2IH. 217 BIO INTEREST e.r .1 poJIq m t/'r otttc ortr I Harold Wilcox were invited
FOR,i"ir:-=- furnished- = of Circuit" Court, on A4 or2OH I for Ice cream and Mr. and Mrs Everett Johns a covered dish' and .your faintly Bainbridge,

09-252479 219 apartment. Mrs Clyde Carroll When invested in a Of Air I Il ';.ra-mil;z Id> Uu ttoy.K o>.> O Octofc OKrr.I"pvu cuke. Her frivrula here all wish it and family drove uvrr to *, table ..,Unll. The cruise took Task Force)

Conditioner during "End ofSeason win be entered ooamtt you 1 I, her happy returns of Sarasota Saturday far II visit One around the world on atomic -
many
09-276838T' 706 202 Nurth Ave.52,1.2,3p: Sale" at Arcadia I and rhiContvMO".k.eeu..In pw1a.IM be olHxwtl to5ursed I" the day. with relatives Mrs. JohnsonIs power a total distanceof

i. Music Furniture Store .t..t .h. oonP You tton I I feeling much better sinceher Local Airman in more than :30.OOU miles,
09-291115 503 RRiN7Un I I 0--1. Ovate. a .ncuto no.5..- I Miss Louise Johnson spent I
i sbdI
( without refueling or repteni-rfi-
recent illness
You promised yourself on that Friday night and Saturday inGainesville and wu

Returned to newly decorated 2 bedroom hot day this summer that you I II W'tTNUS. Pus 1&l m n'.505". o'MM h'Ch/mtw.r.and olrelotwe. I$54.ISLAl I: attending a workshop able to return to her job at ;, Landing Party mir

-09-291122 23 home. WA 8-6771. after 5 p.m would buy one Net Y 'lIr. HUT I I 'I of Delta. Kappa Uaimtta&he O. IVIrce Wood hospit.i' \ The six thousand men In the

I :91 tfc I I it NOW and SAVE! Just unv Uut I. A"ANT f the,. middle' ) uf .lust week th.1 Training Unit fore were at sea 38 days out
.... each of five models to I Ichoo Cart of tr. 1 Cot. was accompanied on
---- -- I I of 65. The the
CONTACT YOUR I av ALPHA lN b.VGLRWOOD :Miss Ella Halls uf Ar- Quite a fvw from our majority of men
_. FOR RENT: Oownstairs. I ., from tries by I
--- -- O".t. munlty attended the fish fry''I.i Joseph. A Oonsalea. airman. have been away from home
ion SALE Luke newly redecorated apt. New _" .. WMITlSttt I cadia.L.i. I .
I j RP202A Bedroom model. 4000 the I since February 8. when theEnterprise ;
I D It VMOHAttar gi/m by Odd rrllowi" son of !Mr and, Mrs. Alton V
2 50 ft $ furniture private entrance. >n..rd Simmons and twu .
BTU. plugs In regular 115 volt *.* lor rHo ol.f : lrml > 1 In Arcadia' 5 Edwards: Sr started a routine) j I
ItiHitf Arcadia
of 3
.. ... .tunlayeveninn
41 S/ UX Dos S49Ca.ro10M
I Terms. ): .to uri I in
Sandy Biath.; Close to business district. Retired friends from Ocala were : i '
be 'Installed in S minutes.'
can fcrtcfta. and all enjoyed the I Fla recently partlclpattxl six' month deployment in the?
I 5-4033. I couple or working woman I W.e 113'.5 NOW SlltOO i.Vt 17-24 Oct I I.a isea I uur community' Tuesday of Mediterranean I .
I meal and fellowship with their! I In a training operationwith
'
or couple. 17 South Man last week and l called 1 u" Mrs -
KL404A<< 8.100 DTU 115 volt, neighbors.Mrs. f the (landing' .party front
at_. COURT I" ,
IN THI CI.CU1T 'NO"' : Clara StrubteAlteiulinj .
Kxrcllent: I[ and 12 Amp. for larger room. rot .!sore couNlY no.'oA' Claru Strotile untitiipunletl the attack aircraft/ carrier. UMS
Tuesdaymeeting LIPPINCOTT
Itfc the 5th
UtJlI.I"lG:" ... bave $5OOO on this IN CMANCiaVCAil I her ..>.n Vernon on a'' Ranger at the Naval Station
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FOR RENT Wa $24'.tS NOW $''''tSRL3O4n *,0 10.411, of DwSwla, County trip to ft :\1)S..turd... Sublc' hay .
.t adjoining lots : House Trailer, I SUIT TO foeictott ""Moe.t A t held In Flrsll Phtlllpptrwa.He ELECTRIC
., Hut... : JP.N' ChurchVomen )
$45 month including "" combining b.i.inea and received practical train-
PIT << 9.300 BTU 230 volt CH14A.107111 plea *
KidK v>n utilities. 3ftft. houso trailer Was 1229.9 NOW tlMVS COUNTY.Pur.N. sure.. I Ing in survival )Individual See 55.44 a4Wit.
$1.000) for All. No wheels 285.: Real nice or I II / were Mrs. Ovtei lirewvr. Mrs\ Mr. aril M.... T. U 7elgler combat technique. and limited .. .... >.....
[Interested Call $: HFCO3A 11.000 BTU. for Large wrJ1w5Y Mettora Sutlon. Mrs O. F.Wallace :.
I will rent $33 month. Walker.IVi L 5050 and MA.GAltIT J j. of Arcatlia and, daughter Mr.. auuult techniques. Meelalentlsl' aV CemmerslalCenleet
J. I ": i loom. 23O -volt. Has new fitter Paso Pus i.. NLle and daughter Patsy,
e1 -
miles West on Highway 70. I blower Extra Quirt ,_.:,,. Mrs. Annie Pearce. Kev sod Chanea. Scull of W. hollywood A 'landing NtriT may be used

62. I. Also aluminum casement windows Was 12"5 NOW $2J9.'S NOTICE TO DI"NO J, O, attimdtnl church heretjuitday to evacuate United States citizens Ary LI. "'..,.. IteetrlelanPRACTICAL '
| Mrs. Hud Ulllett. Mrs.
IN THE 14AMI DP rh& .AU OPPLOUOA P0.t.h .- N.nhM
$S each. morning" from a trouble spot or to :
FOR SALE i Juhnxin. .Mrs. II. O, Johnson --
by I-2c RD801D. 16.500 BTU A BIGcooler TO TNt DI/IPIDANTs Also gistto. have Mr and protect Ranger from ..bot....
11 acre with 4 I at a BIO saving! JOHN KtNT MAMHf I* .I and Mrs. Ray Htroble. All enJoyed -- .. .. .
year Mrs. Luther -
room horn., kitchen KOH RENT: -,='-::ewld ;:'br.I We >>.*." NOW $274.'S AMO.. onrt......OCMOTMT m w I ANI'MANtfV. .MANLIVJH rVOU ., j ) the inspirational talk I I back with Langfang us after and a few son ....

perehee good well I ated 3 room furnished apartment .d. r belie eduw0.d .
ARCADIA := or-15.55.. I weeks absence due; to illness
frees country living' for rent Adults only. MUelC- rUHNITUR.. STORE ........: N w. j 1-- LEGAL NOTICE Another visitor in our Train
,,tea from town I $23 00 per mouth. Phone WA .- '-- AND ACM O* YOU aro ...... I i- PROPERTY BUYS
P.f sold; before Oct. b* matitwd twit m 'sae ing Union ami worship service
9-1291. FOR SAL C ed Oae Ran... o"J.: .. .
alp conditioner' boon brouont OBuwt vow Sunday i
s \ 1 32 tfc In Good Condition. Delete t rt In rKa e........ Court > and tar Tel COUNTY MlMlf. COOetIM night wa Mr I
; Phone WA --- GasCompany.. Pnooe ,WAlnut Pa&ota County, flonna. M Ownrorvto f' AMO '0e IM OllOfO raotAftrV. eou"'f.nOelOA" Roy Ford of Carlstrom FlrUI S .clr..... frame house on 4 ,.,.. New CBS .......

12 1 ', FOR RENTS Bedroom CBS l-tfc farochna fallowing inat daatribvO M55-,0.0s_'r. tot antna <.w 5d54e... .JiMJIN Mr, end Mrs Herman Mc- Appro.IM..Ir Ik frail Ir..... OutsIde, the City Limits.fSOOOO .

to or unfurnished house $7S per .-4MI._. --_. --- t .. WILLIAM.t ivfATt S 5OCN.Of rt..r. ........ Lendun and two children weal dews It year en bale., ...
I I'I'I lot 91 foot .t WeN 701 ., .
I month. John Parker. Realtor, From Wall to Wall; No soil at or..M' el NW .5 VKUOT. *1 IT I/ TO AIL C.UlHt)4t). AriorVfe.10f... S the dinner guests' of Mn. Me ft eeree ., ,land) with large' 4 .4....... "...... large ehsrfetreee

i Iften; SALE 8O a WA 8-5431 Arcadia. all. on Carpets cleaned with I fo.t,.i.Lli S j a; _tov.tr.cet, <>nonaa f lon. S mMee. In eeuntry.

Jtterange grove, well I 2tfc Blue. Lustre. Rent electric fho b..nwsP t..n.r N ...d50..ds "D IHAII Sfotl Sunday,
water. available. T b.r'e -....- Os ....- Vow ore ..v _....d and ...*, They are making their, home 10 acres af lane) all.. Bleared. |Improved. ) .1'.... with aeawthfitl
Arcadia Music- .
St eMM le..ur15
Oa or
shampooer to am M
nfty owner. Sebrlng. FOR RENT Completely fur- t rMno. a* te >ou a oaan s.ntw Ne. wMMM van ".* *>-o... aarin* <* I miles. (rem Arsadla.UANCIIR8 .
lonrM and rwrMna HortttIM
Furniture Store. I
j :. I I. nished houe Adults only. I > Ps.t. nvanca loot 1 IOO foot, I %.lu'. .' WILLIAM S VOCM. Do.. i
5-aR36. 2ciFOR .*oad. late o* OawM Caew 5.5.p 'Or... Bedding OiUHlng' !
_.
r No pets. Call WA 8-7801. -.- I west-0 IOO bourn..., *I.M>u.nn too. *aOMeiO .. ..._ .5. >*>a attwe. .* 115.. 4iaft014NATa. ) OMAOIR tlrWICthell / 1 1 IIOMK S CUOVKH:

aitfe SALE Two overstuffed i ;oee: A.. 5dt15Y ttl.t5054D. t I Cexniirla e-. P1wIi..4A..wl.5 Cw.W h.M.. w' 55.wt N.5. : ....... I i
..____ .. Fill .
,
FOR RENT chairs.. ,01 sc s01..5. .Ia.no / DIM rest toil
ed Very
room I AND 'OUI.ID Nw '
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7 1 -- yew wNM .0..5 w .teo-. hi a' N Ins 5101 P.Akeelo ..5M Cewlraet .. by. t*.. hear JOHN PARKER Realtor
HELP WANTED comfortable for T.V chain. i I Caww.aM ..4 aN.s .ee.1 1-- ... J OLIN DAVIS ,
warn. 1
RENT I Have slip covers. If Interested I 1-rho arfK'" *-mt-n a 'Oara--ot'rW.-Liraaat.. M ."..... and 0 w d._-, 5.e. 1 P"tone WA .tr4t I MILLIE PAKIR Aaseelalea, PATRICIA "A"D'
1
1. Dennis I call WA .-4as... 1I I Cav, 1.0 ..5.s N .nw. Waf..st -- P.O. ... I. .
IIU.P WANTED Young e* r re. .Caurtraxiao m and 1 1 tlI'e. .5 n..il I Neeals.. fla. WA .... WA star,
2p l* ao C.*r riarMa. m A.ioj.o, : CC4
single man for field and office > '... .... PIN *r 5501" 55 a :. 5w0.1. 50, ,I TJ'CII I II
III, work Chance for advancement. ': =-"t....t 'I'tiJ i :.... to 5.:= .I I = -1.. : = M_. = .
FOR SALE Moasberg %0au.ar. I
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un"I see .f'A .s.a' ... ........... .:..M.a
I RENT: Six 213 West Oak St.I shotgun and shells n ,A" >...VS AMO NAYMA'H. _. .
iIt.. /esd ": '''- e/e
if(
r APlw..v. -- .yw 05l.4h I .
= .
llburben home. Arcadia Fla. | 4 shoes sis 841. I 1 .I -
pair mens WWM vi'x* auur.. w P Ofca i f
.iiw : ...
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[ Rescently redecorated, 4$-tfe meets shirts. sUe 1SH."- mans .)V >-..nt. Oaran ar.M, on *. tioTTM > .. am* /w M5. r oi fca ,
Its ina CMMM., Jwilg* t a.f.DOItOT.
1 ... ... z.ed' fom
lUk. Pliooe WA Mrs. A. M. Dennis Phone r.. sJ ftsis .. I
WANTED suit. G' l.r b Ma .... .. I
: Woman whiteor I .. ..erras ,
I WA 91704. I'C fly trplUf,.
ri. **> ItrotoWltilAM 55 aV' %
colared prefsbly a widow I ,oy Po.' M tw M e 0.._ ... tw a a
2PI C ..._. _It Ia .M..... t V KOCH. OaMOTKI ....-

t, OR RINT. Private- I Imanta. j room, to board liv. in., light In exchange house: work.for I I mmmmmmtMImm, 0 50......_. ...... -.ne.w1 w t.0l_ C,0..w5 I ,41.-. w.J, Purr. ,.. .... \ I \ can't train .Ittl>>h."t..

Hans* ewe .. ............. -. '-
r. 2 block from and small salary Must have NOTICE |i an 000. ny t -. O Af'fttC.rtDN Ne I \\\Vr not tftMxl cook,
.5 "AC TAM bile
ANte
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l utilities '' references.Cal 0. li.| A0 .. ...
I -- --q 15.1
OT O4V1NAnnie
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sonlll. Phone) WA Neptune' 9-2934 after e' tf l.fsrtii CJ ...,.. G.5l5 M, hand N 0.5.5C.eslr.aa e_ a*. .... MAMtfdlO ft o _iMrnfmm of \V. don't, build .Iri.>|jinM.
I Have Vacancy for one elderly r : : ..* ..rr.f..- t-.d e..d I

A 0-2331. i P. M. l-2e l lady In my ho....>. lloom and of<>t UcKaa.A. ..-anj*.; A florid ln.. 07. *toot lees an a tna*"IM Cvurt av* .........-._ 5. o taaTMa -arM.554..-55-MIesnd We'll probably never git to the mom

___ board end excellent an. Call Llftu4 T 5.e w r..re N 1t..5e.. 5.55
Experienced Waitresses Wanted WA a-26O2. i iI &a>k J Ate; AI -.-.n. .. 5550 ..--.-". 5.04 551. U'.. don't alter cluthlnir.VV .
GRAVELY DUbN Css.y- P55P.'IhTaM.14WR_ sash tt .se .5..d we
None other need apply I 1 I 3-3c ... ,
MOWIRS &. : : ... It, pew .4 don't practice law '.
SIb. B..< L Call WA 9-3MI for ap- C a./seh Jell ,
or a c;:;
The Oravelv Can II ptMntmrnt. I'I. -- I I Ilo ;i\iLI ;\ 5Trys.1.. t::.':'':' .!:
LECAl NOna v W can't
rvtoNC AoiNfoN _, .,I 1 AVAhCut : 4 -0Aes S taL..w Mt a broken ...;. ,
I 2c .".wsew f.t: I* and IF 05 1 ewe It"
|3ROUNO I VT w'" .. 'wtw .
1 I Noun N ..reed suit I nTtaW a... u : can't hang wallpaper. ,
WANTED i, TO ItgnfPS, ........ 15,13. ,, I: ....., ..i.Y.A11f ,,_ .a.N..1fIT f_wr I
; H' 5..._ A.eV. .. -.. : We don't Mil clot KM. :
'j
t) :l1 w .S.N.e. w IA. A AWe
_ws'alwe4t.::.:=5d a C1 es.rTC. ........ -.... --
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WANTED The Arcadian is fit +.-t b. vou* f.o.bond. o r'i'/11.,.. IN4 N 1apsNe 5-I M e.. ilon't mak c ramk* ::
5 Acre Interested in all Arcadia a.C1 Aerp I t.AVteV w roCmw __ -.-- --- -...-.. Cws v el 0.4.5-. 1.05. Ptr..SL..u.e '
A.S.w..5. .... awl sea..w N k
C- c--
DrSoto County ...."'ents. If 1 Vow an Ps .w .-' .... .. 5005.. 0. 5. d.-.l Were not painter
3 Mllea West ., A... you nave a new Item Jot It a_ .s..w C..rttoss's ....... ....- .: .. Nf or II OO 55 55. Mw P..rrp ur 'Sd w 0.w-

eff a. 70. L.. Price down and mail It to Puet Office 1554 ..:..-..:--..5....... (1.int. .t AX. .;.fro g*..Q.. :: M. 104. .wsws"r \ .wsa... M..1...*5r.-5..5 5s01.1.5.55.M--M--I.5.54 I II \V'a can't fit .ho. **.

Aere with $__ box 670. The Arcadian 6-.. _! -- s.w..5s be -. -. Q0 w 5. le.S 5..51 w *
pee 0M W. iltin't' fl is telorvUlon. /leta t
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Arcadia' ar Slop In at our office '04" 5 4w1 w Mut 5.. 55w P.01
s>aymefit, e eelUnt 3Iel v row .51{ /tq
2O0 West Oak Street. ... .II a5..++ ,''' a0 :::. 5550 1..v 0.5 5..w 4Icos .. 1/M of. .. L... 5+-, "" don't" know Jewelry .' 'i''
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8- THE 'SHCADTAN, 'Arcadia< Florida, Thursday( October 8, 19G4 ..

ed she there.received During an award this for cruise excellence '''News From Brownvilie 1 !

in communications.Lt. 0dt5mer! Mystery Picture

Cmdr. Mann was com-
I mfcisoned from the Navy's Officer MRS. W. W. PRITCHETTMr. Thursday in Bradenton t This week's mystery man was born February

Candidate School Newport I \. and Mrs.: A. T. Johnson log with her mother Mrs. visit-I I. 12 1880 in South Carolina, (born the same day
R. I., In March\. 1953. I visited relative in Wauchula Mathews. as John L. Lewis) and moved to Florida in 1911,
the same year his father, Lt. Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Miss Nana> St. .John was : to work with several of the larger sawmills in the
Horace D. Mann, retired after Saturday and Sunday guest state.
James Lowe.
of active naval 'I of Mrs. Gladys Heinze at Ft.
32 years ser- I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Moore lie came to DeSoto
\ vice. Before entering the Navyin I I visited Mrs H. F. Fipps Wed Ogden.: Sat- County in 1919 to
Charlotte Johnson spent
i R ,... .. 1952 the Lt.University Cmdr. Mann of North attended 'nesday afternoon.Mr. urday night with Lee Tisdale. work for the Wilcox-

.. Carolina receiving his Bach and Mrs. Sonny Ritch. Rev. Dow Durrance of Wau- en Lumber Company, ?
Jessie, Cene and Horace
Teri afternoonat and moved to Nocateein
., elor of Arts and Master of Ed- chula spent Friday
Hurst went to Okeechobee to and Mrs. work at *
ucation degrees. the home of Mr. 1924 to
the ball same Friday night. Glenn Smith and Vernon.Mr. lie.
Mill.
COUNTY The DeSoto County, still the Crate
DeSOTO
USS Rev. Partin was Saturday
." very much on active duty, I.a is and Mrs. Sonny Ritch later moved to Arcadia -
afternoon visitor at the Norval
constant source of pride to Jessie Teri. Bobby and James to the house wherehe
Still On Active home.
USS DeSoto County Duty residents here and the other Barger Spires went to VVauchul still lives. _tt
I; Mrs. Rubye Ann Newberryand Thursday to attend the B-
DeSoto Counties she honors. 'I
"I son Ray were Tuesday lie has no relatives .
On June 10, 1958. DeSoto i After shakedown training Creek, Va., her home port. I dinner guest of Mrs. II. F. Squad football game. in the City and says
COUAty, Florida along with I the. DeSoto County deployed I II I The following year was highlighted Patterson On I Flpps. Nancy Johnson spent Sun- that his hobby todayis r
I* Mlssi..lppi.and by trips to Holy Loch. day with Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
DeSoto County I Mr. and Mrs. Junior Clance building things. lie
Scotland and Dublin, Pierce in Arcadia.Mr. .
was DeSoto honored Parish when, Louisiana the U.S. and a commemorative Il'eland'i USS Pickaway I II and spent son this Dennis weekend of Okeechobwe with Mrs. and Mrs. V. J. Pritchett has been retired for w

Navy commissioned the U.S.S. exercise at Hilton I Clance's mother Mrs.\. Bea Par- of Arcadia visited Mr. and several years. ,
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DESOTO COUNTY, a LST- in connection with Willie F. Patterson mach- Mrs. V/ W. Pritchett Sunday Read the clues carefully .

1171. one 01 five of the then M War Centennial; celebration. ,i inist's mate third class USN, rot.Mr.. and Mrs. Arthur St. afternoon. and if you can
new type landing ships. Following five months in the,, son of Mr. and Mrs.\. W. M. John and family were Sunday Miss Janis Smith and heny identify the mystery s
ceremonies Mediterranean In 1062, DeSoto: Patterson of 305 South his i
Attending the Orangeave. evening visitors at the home >ther Mrs.\ Mary Smith of Oldtimer write
from here wwre S. N. Smith r County went to the Caribbean I ., Arcadia Fla., is serving: of Mrs. Gladys Heinze in Ft. Nocatee visited the Brownvill name and yours on a postal and mail to The Ar-
then chairman of the Board area for a scheduled month's'training abfard' the attack transportUSS I Ogden.: Baptist Church Sunday night cadian. If your card M. drawn and I is correct you
t. of County Commissioners deployment. Thu Cuban ,I Pickaway, now patrolling I Mrs. Catherine Kalmes Miss Smith will be remembered will receive a three-months subscription to the ,
r Hon. Chesterfield Smith legIslator crisis causd: cancellationof the Western Pacific as Mary by many as she Is' serving \
t? and Col. Read larding exercises and the ship became one of the Seventh Fleet Units and daughter visited Mrs. H. a Baptist misison to lIon- paper.
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the only LST and only the F. Fipps Thursday.Mr. FINAL
Retired. put on a2C4 following duars and Costa Rica. MissSmith
The ship 442 feet by 62 ft., Amphibious Force ship, tot I North Vietnamese PT Boat attacks -I and Mrs. Sonny Bitch is now at home on a "Anything that's made of wood .
I displaces 8000 tons with a full participate In the evacuation 1 in the Gulf of Tonkin. and Ted visited Mr. and Mrs.\. year furlough and she plansto lie can make and make it good.
load, and has a complementof II of dependents from Guantanamo Pickaway Is one of the Seventh -I Milton Fennimore Sunday af- return. She brought with His work is always neat because
10 officers and 174 unlisted Naval Bose, She returned Fleet's Amphibious Force ternoon.Mr. her a display of things madein He knows his business with the saws."
men. It cruises at 10 knots and 92 men women and childrento Attack personnel carriers, and EmU Klpp and daughter Honduras and Costa Rica ,
:' has a troop capacity of 30 Commander H D. Mann\. Jr. Norfolk. Va. Is capable of carrying a rein- Alma of Gardner were Sun and explained their use. She
ficers and 740 enlisted men.J Of-I I USN. Commanding Officerto The summer of 1963! brought forced marine battalion land- day dinner guests of Mr. and gave a very interesting talk. REAL ESTATE TELEPHONES .
J. DeSoto County was local operations In and around i Ing team and the combat car- Mrs. Glenn Smith and Vern- She showed and discussed
i ed Feb. 28, 1937. at Avondale, the Mediterranean In Feb. Chesapeake Bay, and on July go needed to support this unit. many slides. Anyone having: (Continued from page 1-A) (Continued from page 1-A)
La. and was commissioned 1D39. and remained there until I 1:5: 1963. Lt. Cmdr. Mann assumed I' The ship together with her on.M r. and Mrs. A. T. Johnson the opportunity to attend one director for the National Association for making. long distance calls,
"June 10. 1958 at New I Im August. Throughout 1960 she command. In December landing craft transports em- made a business and plea of her appearances will be of Real Estate BoardsIn a handy calendar at the backof
Since that time she orlesn.1 participated in numerous amphibious DeSoto County deployed I barked troops and their com- sure trip to Tampa and KIs- glad they did so. Washington: and RaleighW. the classified section and
assigned to the training exercises and to the Caribbean as part of bat equipment to their destin- slmmee Saturday a week ago. "Lets all attend the churchof Greene. St. Petersburg the useful inside back page
Force. refresher training at Little the ready squadron maintain ation. Mildred Tisdale choice Sunday." Council for ferquently called numbersof
Mrs. : Florida
Amphibious spent your chairman of the
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t tb I OPEN HOUSECELEBRATION general ia by William session address II. Cove on, sales Oct.' served the main which sections are Included of the di In-

I F R E E consultant of Coral Gables rectory.

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j a Justice Stephen C. O'Connclcf
the Florida Supreme Court Sheriff, State
GRAND PRIZEALIENE'S will tell Realtors about "Ethicsin
Business" at one of the
Men Get
1-23 Inch Television luncheon sessions. Illegal

Appraisers farm brokers
Value $289.95
Industrial Realtors property Shine SalesmenMaggie
2 Stereo Table Model a t r managers and real estate trad-
Value $89.95 r ers will conduct workshops in Cook Negro, pled \
: their specialties, and "early guilty Monday In County
bird" rcundtables: will be devoted Court under Judge Cordon t i

to office practices, an- Hays to a charge of selling
WilL GIVE AWAY b vertlsing, and selling. whiskey without a license it
Wives of Realtors and salesmen was reported here today.
will be feted at a lunch- The woman was arrested by
eon at a Spanish restaurant. Sheriff Lloyd Holton and State
12 FORD ThUNDERBIRDS : '. a tea and fashion; show, and Beverage department men, De-
; a tour of Busch Gardens. Each Witt Coburn and George
morning a "coffee break" will Freighter, at her home in Hull
I be staged: by Associates of last week.
Our House Celebration the host Tampa Board of Real Her husband. Willie Cook
During Big Open
'.C was charged with Interfering
) ton.The convention will get: under I with an officer In the performance -

12 Big Days October 15th Through October 27th party way on with Oct. an 13 "ice and breaker"wind up before of his Judge duty and Hays.pled Maggie guilty -

p with Saturday night "La- Cook was fined $15O and coats
in Fiesta" banquet and ball. and Willie fined $75 and cost
earlier that day the Florida Other cases appearing before -
All You need do is stop by during our BIG Expansion Celebration and enter the drawing for Realtors will elect IMS officers Judge Hays were as fol-
drunk,
and present 1944 tro- lows: Clifford Brown
One of these Miniature Scale Models. phl.a. retreated bond; R. A. Johnson -
bad check, pled not guilty;
PHILCO Radio! One to be given KILLED Wayne Harries, failure to pay
Ford Thunderbirds containing a powerful 6 Transistor GIRL lodging bill pled not guilty;

There's obligation on part (Continued from page 1-A) Roosevelt Isaac. interferingwith
1 away on a drawing each evening at 5:00 P.M. no your leer, turned sideways and an officer entreated bond;

win of these Thunderbird Radios roled several times before Robert B. Benjlesson. weeding -
You one over '
Just and enter drawing
stop by our may coming to rest against a retreated bond; Nancy

A REAL COLLECTORS ITEM tree in the grove. Miss Crab- Prl'-e. unlawful speed es-
tree was thrown from the car i t treated bond. Charles Wagner
I and crushed under it as it 1 unlawful speed. retreated
bond, Albert Jones, drunk and
"" turned before she was thrown '
f <% I cl lear. I I' rer.ce failure Walker to surrender unlawful, $23;peed Law.,

19651 i 11 LX { > Another accident In Noca retreated bond; Frank Jones.
about
occurred Sunday
FRANK NAZARRO SAYS- tee noon when a car driven' byMrs. I driving and 30 days without; AdJison license Harrison $3O-
Summerall Math- I
Flora
dodging lodging bill $40;

We're very proud of the fine business that you COOL CHASSIS TV 1 its off< U.of S.Nocatee 17 and, turned was struck rifht I!. George bond Tipton.; Julian drunk Cobb I:, estreated assault-

from the rear' by a car driven
folks hove build. Wo this an dbattery.' est ated bond
helped us are having big by Lon Griffin. Griffin then Elmer Mules, assault and bat-

Open House to "Thank You" to all good folks. skidded Into a utility pole. try $>.1; James Cobb, assault
say you
his wife and
David Crown .. and battery, estreated bond;
:ne of hU children, pjsacn- Dive Tice. drunk $40; John
Look
Wo wont to show you our Dig New Store. overall
ers In the Griffin ear w..reaU&hUy 'Robert Deer unlawful speed,
Our
I I I 1 Greatest
tho new Philco Television Sets Stereo Phono- Injured. Another child estreated bond Dean Imber
rsraprd without Injury. II. I*. Trawlck Robert Waters.

grauhs Appliances. You'll agree with us when wo 1 r I TV Value Trooper Jim Prevail. of the Lewis Skipper and Melvin Ed
\ "Florida Highway Patrol. inveaJgmted dy. Jr. all charged with unlawful .
tell you "We sell Philco because it's the finest value lt the accident.COUNCIL i,I speed estreated bonds.
> and Leon Griffin, unlawful

f for your money." Here just one of f my r 'V STUDIES. : speed $3S; ... P. Trawlck. Jr',
1
_unlawful speed.< $23.; Hank
OPEN HOUSE SPECIALS ) (Continued from page 1-A) ,We.tberry, drunk thirty days.
was discussed. Carlton advised. :

(Zl the city that IMT would lease Local Boy On
:he property en a ten-year
Big 23-inch Screen ,. COOL. .Wa*. for ttaoo per year providing USS Essex
res: rr the city pave the area.
ALIENE NAZARRO SAYS- F tad alley and temove e..UIng -,'
23" Overall Diagonal CHASSIS Charlie Crumady. Jr. steward
/ > buiktiive, and lift tames'or
third -. us. KM afMr
Measurement : e that period. and Mrs Chartt" Crwnxfy -
Frank is right but he didn't tell you about our expanded Aren 1 :...,. I p I < In.llneatts for the citywould Sr.. ., 2v Palmetto 81,
2S3 Square Inch Viewable ,,,, be. about tUOO. &...- Arcadia. FU-, recently departed -
Record and Radio Department It's a Honey! v :-.---- eAU t ban told USe council withental Quoaaei Pout R L. aboard
rate being pre-rateil 1M anU-wibmartne aircraft
of the Top Hits ore right here in our Department HHS w --C pca flj ewers sad earnuss Caae. fee trainingapenUona
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ONLY r "' ...rwlrw __c. In the area s..neJ by aw the NorUk At-
Please do come by I wont you to win one of these 4 't the lot. On a m.t.. by Jim. aaaue.AITHITIS.IHBATISII.
any Doane. Ite* council agreed!
Darling Thunderbird Rodtos I i Out mainly I wont to FHILCO 9516 WA + k. the >plan prwMttig and

cseaew+pira., li.wsy c..rsi. s t a.udfag agrseaaat wit ..... ,
thank you for all you've done for us. Fronk and I will tlnlaherf *. BMtch Walnut brut s pwrty .....,... : 0. c'.I ........ ... ....
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r Interact Club [ TIlE ARCADIAN. Arcadia, Florida _Thursday:: October 8. 1964 I-B




Active The Club newly has In established recently DHS begun Interact I ;I) The Build ogg s Bark !



I in it's DHS.second year of operation ,

The Club held it's first
meeting on Sept. 29. and elect- I
1. ed officers for the 64-63 school'I Introducing- Brahmans Bow to DATES TO CIRCLE Ten Students Tapped For NHS I

fay term. They are Lew Ambler October 8 B-Squad tack. I
president, Tom Ed Capell I lea Sebring at home.
vice-president .and Joel Cor Bulldogs 200I October 9 Varsity font- ,! Yesterday afternoon at a i Mr. Forbes read the list of

ley secretary-treasurer The ball game at home, against; Ft. i special! assembly the National new members and they were
faculty sponsors are Richard By RUPERT SMITH: Meade dance otter game. at Honor Society held It.. annual escorted to the stage by the
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Wood who teaches business. I The Bulldogs got their first the Youth Center: : Home, EC. I I I tapping ceremony- Those DHS old members. Mr. Geiger led
courses, and William Fletcher I teachers, conference in Orlan ffulents who were selected I the inductees in the NHS
Conference last Friday
vocational agricultural: teacher win do. I yesterday as new members are pledge, and Mr. Forbes and
when- rolled over
night they I
The DaSoto chapter 01 Rotary I I October 11-17 National I Sherry Shaw. Sharon Drlaaera.I Mrs\. Fusco faculty sponsorsof
the Okeechobee Brahmuns by
Club sponsors Interact in I New.PIlP.r.e'k.. I Mary Elizabeth Johnson Pam I the Society presented each
a score of 20-0. Arcadia start-
Arcadia. The club U: ac ive in ed breaking the Braman defense -- I October 12 College Day Paisley. Unit Stewart. Bonnie I with his or her membership
31 different countries around i Wauchula.. I Collier Carolyn Evans. card and blue and gold ribbons
s early in the tame by
the world. It is a high school taking the opening kickoff on I i October 13 End: of first Connie McCormick Debbie .
social club. DHSs Interact six weeks; senior tests ((fust ''S."UtL and Gary Whitney I I Pete Whidden accurately
and
their 33 promptly
own
aid must sponsor at least two ser- preference). I'tteVhldd4."n.: president stated the Importance of the,
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driving 49 yds. to the!!! Oker-cho- ,
service organization. not a I presided- over the ceremony' I ceremony when he said "Mem-
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bee 10 where!!! sIX"men'hoant
vice projects to stay within its : lie outlined! the history of the bership in the National Honor
Cheerleaders
Steve Lewis sprinted 16 yards
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charter. Society and recognized the Society .Is considered oneof
around right end outitcppinaall '
Each Interact Club is com- Brahmait defenders for the I Selected For main objective of the Societyscholarship I the highest honors the
posed of ten seniors ten tun- Leadership.Service I school can confer. A member
t first Bulldog touchdown. Jer-
.t 1 4 iors. and five sophomores The : and Character. Kathy I of this Society Is a' memberof
kick Jr. Team i
Sklnner'a was on tar- High
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new members for this year Mil) V3'3: Clement: Is serving fry, as he converted and made;I Converse, spoke on Character,! a national organization that

Shown above are the eighth grade officers for the I be voted on at tomorrow's th.s year as one of the Growl's the score UcSoto 1, Okeecho On Tuesday Sept. ::9. members Steve Lewis on Scholarship.Lew I Is represented In over a.OOQ
meeting co-editors An active memberof bee 0.The. I of the A and B-squad, Dassler on Leadership secondary: schools: In the United
1964-65 school term. Pat Williams vice-
They are :!
'I and Karen- Ames on Service. States and, foreign countries.MAIITHA .
president; Gene Turner president; and Kathy I the senior class, Phyllis is| second period was scoreless cheerleaders met in the auditorium -
a brri&ht-ejred vivacious The Bulldogs( had two opportunities after school for the purpose -- --- --
Kelly, secretary-treasurer. Introducing i blonde. to score but failed of selecting: the Junior I
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Among her other school activities On the first attempt the Bulldogs ,I high cheerleaders This Is the
THE HARK STAFF SUGGESTS: I Phyllis holds member- took an Okcechobre punt first year that there has b>-en I 51.<<'

THAT each of you consider carefully the words of Rev. ship in the ETA and Mixed deep in Brahman territory. and an elected c>< *-ip "f chevr-

Cottingham who spoke' last week in the assembly. I Chorus. Last summer she was drove down to the 2 yard lino leaders to cheer the Junior

It doesn't take courage to drift with the selected: as one of two girls to where the ball was fumbled I high I football and basketball I "ll.l'fJ :;;

crowd but it does take courage to stand up for jl attend Girl's State and she and recovered In the- end zone' teams on to victory
what is right and good. Are you brave enoughto also attended the Journalism by an Oke *ch()bee player.- The I'I Thirteen girls from the -;
mstiojte in Gainesville. She Is Bramans. however were unable -I eighth grade tiled out for the :1./.
the crowd coward?
defy or
are you a I
a member of Quill and Scroll. to move the ball so the I position. Of these, five were
THAT everyone continue to cheer the Bulldogs on to Phyllis has also been an active Bulldogs took over. Again driving selrced. The girls tried out II

victory at tomorrow night's, home game against participant In the Stunt within the 10 yard. In groups of thiees, each group JO HILL aI

Fort Meade. DIIS is certainly proud of their Night program for the last four they had to give the str"1 giving three cheers Those girls __ I
football team and what better way to show it years.Phyllis. on downs.In chosen aa the fl4-A3 Junior huh I

than by demonstrating your pep and spirit' at II main past-time Is the second half as cheerleaders are Debbie Han III enrybooJyt I I I played a marvelous gam*.

the game? I dancing at which' she la very first the Arcadia defense sel Kathy Kelly. rran..l.'Smith. Well the nullJog's did It Thanks to all of you who were

,HAT everyone attend the first R-squad home game talented Next yesr will find proved to be> a strong weapon,,' Sherry Taylor and Many again by putting their victorymark able to attend the game; ,.a'U

tonight against Sebring. These boys will soon' II I Phyllis a freshman In college.I as such standouts as Tim 1\1<<: I .Wells. ____ on Okeechobee.. They, all I showed a lot of school spirit
I -- --- and to the school. Alsoto
Allister. and I Mike Provau mad.the loyalty
be the varsity team. They need -1
on I
your support .1 the band who put on a tw -
_'__ .. gain rough for the I1r.msna.
too. Mr. Weaver Presents table halftime performance.After .
HAT you think about the words Margaret: Fuller. Co-editor of the 1904-65'' Introducing- to Center be all over McAllister the field seemed as-+ the game when Ua.Ulilldo. .
"If have knowledge let others light their Growl. Joel Corley t* a senior '.
you I two or three times he dropped stopped to eat, they
In DHS One of our ichool'smost Counseling Programtime
it. wsl-
candles at Okeechobee punt returners received a typical victory
popular students Joel is
-- ---- : In the restaurant
Everyone
right In their tracks when they come.
I very active in other organiza caught the ball. McAllister- and Dy KATHY CONVERSE counseling program. In stood to give them a
IDITOHBAL lions also. Prevail both were constantly I last Friday's assembly Mr. C. victory yell.
Joel Is manager of the Dull- Guidance counseling Is the
town'last
The Mteatlea'
to
penetrating the Tlrahman offense I O. Weaver DHS's guidance cam
Editor's Note:-The following is the talk presented dogs varsity football team He and throwing the backs effort of teachers and faculty counselor, gave the alms and weekend In the rnovls\'
'Ito the students of DHS by Kev. Drennon Cottingham I lis also a member> of the National for considerable losses. I members> to> help the students. functions of the guidance courtI "Hard Day1 Night". II was a

jiast Friday. We found his speech ao' stimulating that Honor Society and sec soling system. fabulous movie for all of the
1
retary-treasurer of the Interact The next Bulldog score followed )- I I
,v.\'e decided it should be made available to every student Club. lie attended the Journalism m 43 yard drive In which |, In order to benefit the students Ileallemanlw's. Borne of !A>e
r i I la the fullest ..tent, the couples who went to sew them
fjn! writing. Insltute last summer and backs Dickie Kelly and Gerald I
Shannon Stalnbrook and
guidance program Is being earned were:
{ "Many centuries ago the Chinese built a great wall was chosen State. as a delegate to easy..Garner Again QII made Parry the! going Tra- on at all times, not justby Lew Ambler. and Phyllis Cl..-
Boy's
?r'cross hundreds of mile of their frontier. They made wick displayed. rooNheadednes .- Mr Weaver, but by ole' m-nt and Steve ...w..*.

' 'it so high no enemy could climb over it ; so thick that i. Joel's hobbles Include muele as he ran and manuov.r-I her teachers and member ofthe Chuck CJomlman and Doit
and dancing. Though he hasntyet aid love to
Langford pesttrKv
smash it the foundation ed. the ball to the } faculty aa well The I'Oe.ram
j' fto enemy could throught ; sodeep I G: P '
decided en a major, he does will be really effective, Hoe. llagan In Drlvera
no enemy could tunnel under it. Yet within just to where he spotted Steve Lewla I ...
plan go to college when the students. realU that Education. .1. We don't think
Fa time the wall penetrated three times and hit hint with a pass for
few was
year the touchdown.Sktnner 'the teachers are there to help that she mlnda It very must
by'bribing the gatekeepers I a* wen M to..'UM"JW
**Be 4 -;wltH"you-and' .me-tHe-outward appearance B-Tcam. Tics; Serving a. business manager .>**.o.*sHd*Ih. point The main objective* :of 'the Nancy Butler'J bass -IwlnileIn

may seem honest and upright and invulnerable-but it of the 1964-63 Growl ls after, but It was wide to the counseling program Is to assist her eye now that" Danny"

Js your inner character that is of the greatest import. Jr.-Hi OrganizesLast Sue Bassler A friendly, pop- left I the students In making Young 'la home on .leave from
Imnce. You are no better than your standards! of civic ular blond Sue to a memberof In the final' period the Hull.1 wise choices In planning fur the service,

tfrnental. and moral values. Thursday night Oct. the senior class. dogs recovered an Okeechobee right now ami the future. To We are sad to report test
Sue Is well-known around fumble... the Brahman" 40( and accomplish( this, a aeries of freddy Collins was Injured In
n "Basically, teenagers haven't changed much over the 1, the H-aquad football team) .
even in the two decades since I was. in high met the Il-team Sebring Blue, PHS as vke- rld4Pnt of the I started a drive towards pay. This 'isanaeiLig l J. r >II hew In lest are given til help the the game last Friday. night.
years-not Sudent Council. She aim held dirt. fUllback Steve Lewis students. find out their In- We hope by now he la feeling
We who older smile tolerantly at Streaks on the Sebring home Mir s hr ol.: bet tJI.I.< the f.rst;
school. are now can
ft fads-with their undeviating uniformity of dress I field. The game ended In a I membership In Quill and Scroll (Continued on page 1-11)) year that we have had a full (Continued on page S-ll) (Continued"d on peg b-D)
tour and Mined Chorus.
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" and jargon. Practically every: one of you whom I have tie 0-0. "Our defense
| good." said Coach Amuse.4, After working In Arcadia
strolling down the street has the shirt-tail hanging I
teen<< Those outstanding In defense General Hospital last summer.
;'f>ut. And. because of this popular fad the shirts are I I were Tommy Permenter, .Jerry Sue became Interested In nursing 11 iI- btnd
being manufactured to be worn outside-like a pennant I Southwell. Paul Sane Iludd I and the now plane on a most 6

lapping in the breeze. I Oder Robert Thomas Gene studying to be a nurse.

r "I I remember a fad that was the rage when I was In I:Jones Gary Tyson, and Steve :

Jiigh school: We wore neckties with the knot as big as Edwards.In A-squad, Council 1 cars
four fist and the tie 1 itself only three or four Inches addition to the. Student

.Jong-and those ties were 4 or 5 inches WIDE! and B-squad football teams,I
here aaLlo a junior high
t "But In your conformity to the crowd. I want you to team. I Gives Faculty ,
become aware of a fact that might have become obscure I
This year :23 boys have turned -
e-d I in your desire to be one of the group: that you don'theat out for the junior high Reception
yourself. Every: day are being bombarded ; ,,'
you I football team, reports Coach I. '-4 a e e r v'l1
Imost smothered with false and misleading claims: onadio. I Bishop, who is also the dri Last Thursday, several students
In the newspapers and magazines, at the movies ver's education teacher at fuund their teachers hd|1 I

n television. I DIIS. Their schedule, the first changed ...ita trit in sp-
two games at home, U: |> wrsr.ce DHS! teachers wereinvi.rj I
You see and hear claims that It Is chic to wear this I I C'uns4.sponsored |.
>r that it is smart to smoke that or that it It sophisti-& Oct. 20 ... Punts Oorda I br a Student reception In
faculty
Oct. rr. ._? .. Lake Placid 1 I I
(Continued on page S.B) Nov. 9 ...__ Lake Placid.!the teovfeer's king and white
the teachers noyed refresh 1'U I Inwnta. I
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Etudenl Council members I I
ink charge of their regular

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This reception took the place

THE BULLDOG'S of the awl I Student Ownctl-
BARK faculty .......... held at the
beginning' of each ........ year, 1 '< '.biggest' r most brautlfulchangsT .a're'a strllc. ride with nw full Call su.p nson .y.Urm. Tact. tim.

The Student Couswtl financialpwltfcm M Inr nw styling- New lensrth. width anti lown..... A If you overlook Just ODe thing TOG tear easily eonvlacsj.

did not allow these *o roomier flow Body by ......r housing Interior ..... yourself 1'011.' ... onto big ettp.nalN par' lkWsV 1thal. }

have their usual .........., I' '.a kooduMit.And a_mars acrvM J.wmooUa.And that UUo. a. Its Cbcvroki prko.&

Published] weekly by the newspaper staff of Those Student Gnarl mm

DeSoto County J High School. Arcadia. Florid beta ewbeUtwUng for leof>ers
were Mogen Al*-. KreAme

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lUten tire***. /taynemd
Hetty Gaskln R ConnKcMrCormlek
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Editor-in-Chief IrgyU Aasociato Editor OuwlnMe<< Gras.. ,., t

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'sytte Dealer __ Duainese Manager Carolyn JCrs M. -- .... DHS PtobllraUasM ry. Wersie Ihag oc. Ruts. got-
Martha Jo Hill Hartal tea' sUM ry sUkaw, Vtckl het-.
Dtasw Mootgonery CacKan: e KIM Sidney Anderson FaerltW lee.k l anl Su.wi.e.. SoerylStrrVtm. .
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t -toi '' :/t .. EDITORIALS Babson's Report ..;' Desoto County News

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l ::1'i: Guest Editorial. Babson Park:, Mass.. Oct.. 8. saw the opportunities paid no Of'. Bygone Years' 1 .;
li ; : I often recall something that attention to temporary defeats, :.
lf Thomas A. Edison said to me and wound up proving- the
i i Dy Lester Hatcher many years ago at his home in doubting public that they were : Taken: from the ffle,of CountyNews
New .Jersey Ito told me that right.In ':- The Arcadian 'The DeSoto

>. DeSoto County has both the climate sible but Irrigation Is the most obvious there were at that time enough and The Arcadia Champion.

1 ,\, <.and soil for a variety of agricultural factor. IT SAYS HERE: inventions in the Patent Office the early days of my business I-
a client of mine was
enterprises. The availability of water could easily to maka the United States
William L. Douglas of Brock
As our coastal area grow In popu- be the most limiting factor to the future and Infact the whole world
ton, the largest shoe manu-
During one's lifetime a pearson prosperous for fifty year 55 Years AgoThe
c lation, agricultural enterprises" will be development of DeSoto County. IT'tlierte facturer In the world. That *
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be rated the enousft men with
may by number ''t1'e
pushed out into interior counties suchas Annually we received about 50 inchesin but after -guts"'atuTHrlsion' to these was at the time when people
who get
him ,
serves
DeSoto.Ye are located between rainfall.: If this amount could be his passing he .is measured idea*;' 'working. wore high shoes and Douglas green fruit fight was very: shown. Neeatee is coming 1
'.i two of the largest populated areas in regulated throughout the year it wouldbe number he served. 17'the kept worrying about the dangerous much in progress in DeSoto the front *"a a hustling bj

T the state. All types of agriculture will adequate for most kinds of agricul- Napoleon made himself master ''OPPORTUNITIES: CO hooks on these shoes. County, according: to the Champion Incas town. The Charlotte (
.' He offered a prize of $IO.OUOto Oct. 7. 1SM>9. Nearly a poileri. : "Miss Annie Haj
i seek new locations as these urban areas ture. As we have no way to control of France and most of Charlotte
BEGGING fruit of Harbor
expand. With this expansion comes In. rainfall we.drain" off the surplus' in wet Europe by the power of his any of his salesmen who hundred large and In small Arcadiato this last week "U.
place
would of the
solve the gathered
I creased consumption, so we have a periods and irrigate in dry periods. legions, but Louis Pasteur made It 1* not surprising that he problem grower of the
hooks. One of his. men told hear J Jt. Burton
COT never-ending need for increased pro- Sometimes w are prone to take himself the servant of Frat .:& was thinking' fen' those terms. address Brownsville: "Our Board 1
-
him to cut out the hooks entirely Florida Citrus Exchange
". duction. More and more of these" enterprises water for granted and consider it a and the world In fighting the"; At..Jhe time, he wet macufacturtng by making a line of low them on the follies of County Commlsioners *re g A

amw* will find new locations in DeSoto resource present in unending supply.If germ Pasteur of disease will and outlive the serrvClug NC inexf3teacef the only 'phonographrVtords :,they were. shoes. "If you will" he told Alpplng green fruit. ting vacillltating.up quite At a reputation one meet

1 I. N. County. we want more water just drill an- poleon. "*" tHen; In'ttte' 'form, of waxed Douglas "I'll sell them, or Mr. Burton explained the they pass_resolutions that t
DE: Agriculture in DeSoto County has other well. Florida geologist and the Mussolini dominated Italy cylinders. kept Irariilng-that resign." Douglas was smart correct: method of picking: will NOT dd a thing and

11'; seen many changes. The changes of water resource, people do not share this, for a decade and was dlsi-:: flat 'reeords'' VvofcUt someday enough to see the light and handling and packing fruit so the next they turn around ,

nei"fro the) past will probably seem insignificant opinion of an unceasing supply. They honored. Marconi put his electrical be..uV dJ bujTh' was Una Me (o before long the entire industry that 'It would stand up after do It. After giving away j II,
j the future. tell that, is. shifted over to love shoe shipment. He plugged the exchange 000 acres of the
compared to those of us our underground water wizardry at the serviceof work up any enthusiasm In public (
For example increased knowledge has rapidly being depleted. They also tell his nation and the world the trade It was his feeling TRAINING TO SELL NEW where all the growers main land that under

,.: thI now made it possible! to produce citruson u;* that all our underground fresh water and ..1.111 honored In the that true salesmanship could got together held their fruits State law of this Union I .

ofrHo the majority of the land In DeSoto must soak down from the surface: and World's Hall of Fame. have put the Idea across. "Out, IDEASI at a central place, and sold. longed to the State there
The Communists Into Africa Babeon" he told 'I when the market was right.Local having been any taxes paid j
County. I don't forsee one-half of the that there are no large underground go me, am admit that there is a con-
IslJHe to divide and only an inventor, and not men who contractedtheir them in 14 years. They i
f conquer a
County planted in groves, but from the streams flowing into Florida from out tinuing need fur many technicians made fee dl
tullay
while Albert Schfeitzer devotes salesman! The salesman and crops with the exchange a simple
of soils it would be possible.No of the state. today-en&ne.! mechanics -
N standpoint T. Ed Child for three cents
his life to healing the advertising agencies will determine were R. L* Cline. per air T
dl. one knows what repercussions We must seek more ways to conserveour natives of Africa."Whusoever the future. of America specialists of all sorts. .John H. Treadwell, E. R Watson was an outrage that n" ict
I. loa will result from the eventual development water. If DeSoto County is to would be great. not the inventors." But I believe that young peo- L. L .Morgan\. C. S. Bush- boy would not have done

of, of a mechanical citrus harvester. reach its full potential, it will become, among you let him be your ple should realize the tremendous nell. W. L. Carlton. A. B. W1I1- taken the opportunity mo c

me Who knows when it will occur? Smaller necessary' to Impound water in every servant.." On the other hand. my Importance ot basic salesmanship )ford. M.\. M. Morgan .J. L. lected the back a >,
of themselves
bAl trees: may be needed for mechanization practical reservoir. One preliminary friend .Johnson who founded .>, educating the valuable- .Jones< D. L. McSwain, W. S. This was their opportun
promote
ilat and a drastic increase in trees survey has been made locally for a The "man to the moon" the Victor Phonograph Company new ideas that have not yet Worley. R E. Smedley. R. M. These parties were land t t per arce could result Should events small watershed project. Findings Indicated mania is cooling off some allover was a salesman and not Cot beyond the drawing boardor Uendry. S. J Simmons. Miss lators and' had this land sand
t eel the country. Informed an inventor. He had faith in Pepper Z. T. Murphrey. J. H.Langford. could not. get their mor
take this turn the position of marginal a lake of approximately 600 the test tube. I do not pre-
.La citizens Just. can't see $-10 billion the future of the flat phono- T. J. Bates J. F. until they cleared up the ux
soil for citrus would be strengthened.We acres could be located on Joshua Creek. tend that this .is easy: It Is. in
r C. C. The Brownville
Jut going into such project. graph record: but ho had Kinsey. C. C. Pearce forthright c
have all seen lush clover pastures The future of DeSoto County shouldbe fact a l long and rough road. who wrote
Sit what with the problem they to travel all over then Morgan. G. S. Hollingsworth.Mrs respondent the
r eat covered: with grazing cattle in times very bright. It wilt not happen by have making ends meet from -antry before he could finally Those however, who want the .Erma .Johnson R. M.GranUum. bove signed the column SpL

Art when our grass pastures were providing accident but will require the combined month to month with the present gel enough financial support for kind of challenge: that calls E. W. Murrill. Bry- her."

4 little- or no grazing. Science is respon- efforts of all the people. heavy tax burden. to start the Victor Company everything a young manhas ant Coker O. S. Harris, R. E.Whjdden. .
1 I' :
= will far in this field.
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go
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He Like B. Mrs.
-- -- - -- was Henry Ford: F. Welles.

.g White House has specializedin The principal trouble in the lie would nut take "no" for In fact. If I were of college M.\ C. Whiteside. J B. Cochran j

The News obtaining consent through State of Matrimony ia the unwillingness an answer Johnson and Ford use today I would take a Ilarrv Orchard. J. T. REMOVI
Sensing the user of a giant engine of to be governed by were such determined salesmen course in Business. Administration Beasley and II. T. Lane.

publicity. If there Is a tropical the law! of the Union. that they built up firm knowing shat there During the month of Sept
storm or other natural disaster that have: since made billionsof might be tafficulty even ember. 1909 there was a total WARTS! ]
N Nothing f* more Important public attention from the real the man In charge in Washington The boy who looks forwardto dollar. Many, who refused tedium along the way. Thereis 2.03 Inches of rainfall (it
than that the American people character of a bill. An effortis runs off to be photo- stepping into a man's *hoea> 18. Invest In the kteaa". of no place in Business Administration rained every other day), the
arrive At political decisions on made under the circumstances graphed In the area so as to should remember that successful these men learned how stupid high for the month 92 and Amazing' Compound Dissolv
the busls of fact rather than to sell the legislation stir tile emotion of thankfulness men don't wear ."loafers. they bad. been ,when.. it was for the plodder the low SO. Total rain from Comraosi Warta Away
emotions. To be sure an election on the busts of an emotional and thereby gain votes. S e r too. late; !, -. the pencil pusher, or the clock April lit to October 1st was Without. Cutting or Burning

In this country Invariably appeal rather than logical an- The basic effort Is to pull at In this day and age of electronic tcoirvmciNo watcher. Anyone who thinks 41.36 inches. Doctors warn picking or scratching
Involves a certain amount of alysis. If the -libral- legislation THE PUBLIC at warts may dues Mardi
the heartstrings of marvels all that' necessary : from in
the i
people success comes sitting ,
A note from the school reports n *. Now amazing Con
hoopla. Hut the trappings of of our time were sub
to manipulate them like the to run a house I Is just chair all and die- W* into i
a campaign and the personalityof jected to close logical scrutiny n was kills who once a. plush day laments "Our baseball pound penetrate wan
q psychologist Vavl y'. little dog keep plugging. deatroystheir cell: .actually mrtt t
painted' outi te 'that y
steam such high
a candidate the elementsof It usually could be established a mar give up any prospect of be- team has reached a
I
without
who learned to come' for dinner warn way cutting '
showmanship should be that what I. Involved are a when a bell was rung. The cold eye. They were known had been used for power a tating letters might as well degree of perfection that we burning. ...Inl..... colorl.
definitely subordinated to the toes of property or personal crrit. many yeah* before Watt find it almost impossible to Compound W. need as dint
t h coming a developer of
aim. In short. Is to make theArn..lean a* \\i supremely practical remun- **
principles of the men seeking rights, which. In turn. In fact developed a commercially successfol get ...me.. That was before remove common: warts safe!'
people and from this practicality -
people erative Ideas. That kind
of
respond to
public office.In means a loss of human rights. steam engine. University' they broke the season's up and effectively leave no ugly i
and
New York State the Sen- After all what are more basic them the conditioned to reflex, to.make well being arose of the the prosperly nation. ButIf 'professor had long, been work calls for knocking at a baseball was played until 'It
ate campaign between RobertF. human rights than the rights subject emotional appeals discussing: subject of utilizing thousand doors wearing outa. got dark and until It was so
this 1 I. to be drenched ''
rather than to the country
Kennedy and IncumbentSen. Involving one's property or appeals scntimentallsm. steam for power*, but nobody lot pf shoe leather. But economic cold no one would sit in the
of with whether
; Kenneth Keeling' has taken ones' freedom of association? Out Republican'reea n. government for drones within or greed*' :had Toni ahead\ wlththedowntoearth history prove that selling stands. YOUR $S IFital.
Job of
1 1I an unfortunate turn. The In a republic that Is presented -- our ysem! of freedom dependents In such land ay" tharlde*'attractive ta'uses making i pub ideas offers fascinating From the correspondents: y Y
managers of Mr. Kennedyacampaign as a mass democracy cannot continue'"operate If Ghana or India, then we have lic. The same is 1 oportunttles and rich reward Nocatee reporter staid. "Mr.J. rtl ,
rue regarding
seem to be aimingat having no built-in restraints, the people become robot under slim chance of surviving. If''a Whitney.Inventlon'of' the4cotton for young, people with the 0. Sellar. has completed his. ..
1I I persistence
a power drive based on efforts always are under way the 'Influence of..emotion- minority, of 10 per cent of the and stock-taking for the Nocate Gi./
pure emotionalism. Mr. Kennedy to stampede the people Into alism. The ''world today, I I. full people can grossly disturb and gin Fulton building ,. Integrity, and faith Trading Co. 'The Company 1 fa '-7."
I apparently Is encouragednot some particular form of ac- of difficult choice and dangerous confuse 90 per cent of the people of the> steamboat. These men to tread this rough road. well pleased with the gain FAR .THE

1 to debate the Issue but to tion. This Is as old as the history situations. America/ then that 1 I. a form of discrimination -
1I act as might one bf the Beatles. of republican governments. the greatest nation on earth that this nation '

I This 1 I. a matter for New In ancient Rome, for bearing tile heaviest responsibility cannot live with. The tall can-

i Yorker to settle' of course, example, Catalina the arch- for deterring communism not'' be allowed to wag the dog
liut the counry' has to be concerned conspirator who promoted the It cannot carry out Its in the United States, but that 1stAN5AR
If hysteria gets Into street demonstrations of that responsiblliy In this respect it .is what hae been happening.A : D

national politics. And It has day endeavored to stampedethe cannot function effectively asa presidential election Is a .
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to be recognized that an hyserlral crowds Into overturning nation. If demagogy .Is to time for the American peopleto
element can be foundIn the considered' Judgment' of the be the rule wIthin If emotionalism consider what .Is happeningto

!our national life today. Roman Senate I I. to be the chief. characteristic their nation and what may
There l I..the. aft-repeated cry Today, w. have In the White el the naU a.. happen In the future If a hurtful -
I of "human rights.** for '.- House a power for organis In time p a. t" Americans trend I I. not reversed. This IV

ample when a piece of Irglslatlon ing stampedes that never before were known a* a hard-headed great republic: has taken a :
comes up for consideration. existed In this country. common sense people who gave dangerous detour In the last
The cry I I. used to divert Under recent' management the domestic and world Issues a three and one-half year It
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has traveled downhill at an tc
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Automobiles Too Arcadia Dear 'SIr:Fla :

have been trying to get up

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FORT OODEN CHURCH -- ST. EDMUND'S

Nocotee Cities Service OF GOD IT. EPMCOPAL CHURCH Robarts Grady Funeral Home

Cltleo Service Product SUNDAY r ,, r k+Y.. Th. Rev. JEM M..&., Vicar
I Oreeerlee lee Bait Sunday School 10:00: a.m. T'Meet SUNDAY f4 Hour Amoulanco Service I'

Fishing Tackle Morning Service 11:00': u.m. r, >f ., ; r tOO: a.m. Choral Eucharist In N. Bra".rdfIrv... WA 8-4101 tN
.catss. Fla. WA 9-Sltl THURSDAY UV1S: ..m. Holy Communion
Y.P.E. 7:30: p.m. x In 15 a.m. Sunday School

7:30::: pm. Evensong
t1 t! WEDNESDAY
'',; t 7 4 9 a.m. Holy Communion
FORT OGDEN METHODIS1 "::30 Spiritual Healing
CHURCH r
Gulf Naval I Stores Company SUNDAY a -- Arcadia Abstract-01'O' Title

Sunday School 100: s.m. )f # M Company, Inc.
Nocatee. Florida' THE CHURCH OF CHRIST
Morning Service 11:00: ..m. Abstracts and Title InsuranceWEDNESDAY'
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k a '+ w"'i'' rt Corner Hickory and Whldd.nI I
+ ( Koch aI4,. WA 9466I"The ,
.tt:. Prayer Svrvlc/ 7:30: p.m.r SUNDAY Service You N..d.x .
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... M Bible School 1O.OO a.m. When You Need It"I
Morning Worship 11OO: a nv
Evening Worship 6:30: pjn.WEDNESDAY .

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FORT OGDEN SAP MET Evening Bible Study 7:30: p.m.Sunday .
':)I" Van Petten & Son
"""I CHURCH We invite YOU to worship
Rev. J. N. Ollbreatt y with us.FIRST.
I Funeral Home ; .cw.
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School 10 a m. -
Morning Worship 11 a.rn. x Harrison & Evers
._ 2011 [. Oak Str..t WA S.See, Training Union 8:30: p.n..
.r I I r 84 Hour Wrecker Service
tt WEDNESDAYp: m. "" "ASSEMBLY OF GOD j
w" SUNDAY P. O. Boa 772 Arcadia. Florida

Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. 1 r t Sunday School.9.45: ..m. Day Phone WA V-S7O1 Nights WA 9-2971

f. Morning Worship 11:00: am.a or WA 04371

SUNDAY

r Sunny South Pecking company I,!I OUTHEIDE BAPTISTCHURCH Even EWEDNESDAY: "P.ID.J .

( i 7 Prayer and Praise Service
Ar..efla, Florida South Hlllsborough Av.nu. t 710'pJR
Office Ph. -144I. R... .124..
F.IINDAY Bob Turner Standard Station
Sunday School 9-45: acme : ,
Morning Worship 11CO: : a.m. CALVARY BAPTISTCHURCH Mary! Carter Palnta
Training Union 8:15: p.m.
'Prt; Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. East East Oak St. WA ..'411
Highway 70
\ : Smith's X-Ctsi! Store WEDNESDAY Church of f the Nazarene Rev. Ordon RIc. Pasts
II Mid-Week Worship 7JO: else SUNDAY
)i ".rtlll..... Feeds Ranch BupplloaBaddlea School 9:45 ..
W.j Sunday :
Brldleo -
Haltero 207 Gibson Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.
WA S-42 r 117 W. Magnolia Training Union 930: pjn.

... NOCATEE CHURCH OF COO Evening Worship 7.30: p.m.
.. SUNDAY IP CIIUIST IIAD NOT COME Had Christ-not come all His miracles WEDNESDAY Christ Building Supply.Co.

Sunday School 10:00: ..... > lly Joseph C. Finirer.Kvanirelist. would never have astounded this sinful! Prayer Service 7:30: Pas .
;1( Morning Worship IIOO: a.m. world. The ten lepers would have gone Everything! To Build Anytkkno/*

Evening: : .m. to an untimely death. The blind man '
Bill Hlrt, Distributor TULSDAYp WA S-2601 tts'a. Monroe ATropicol "
7A0 Almost two thousand years have would never have met the man whohad ETHEL MISSIONARY
DAIRY ofEALTEftT PROpUCT. PI'..yerTWftSbAYP.'n.: gone by since Jesus was born in Hethlehem'M )power to open 'the eyta: of the blind; BAPTIST CHURCH

"0.' Th. Beat _, O.t S..,t.et" Young Pnool Service Z:3G: p.m man er. We are amazed and ro7ho disciples would. never have been .aot Cy prose St. eV
it* Homo Delivery joice when we think of the impact this saved from a watery grave sea tho"man North .Rogers. Ave.

II 22ft .. Hlllaborouah WA 9-3722 miracle working Christ has made on who calmed the raging> by Ills SUNDAY
this world We Join with millions of, "peace be still." Brother Lazarus would, thinday School 9.45: a.m.
NOCATEE redeemed blood washed, victorious: never; have been raised 'from the' dead turning Worship ll-OO: ..... Termite: Control, Inc.

BAPTISTCHURCH children of God in thanksgiving for the and restored to his sisters. There would Evening Worship 7-30 pjn.WEDNESDAY .. Homo Owned and Operated

SUNDAY coming of Jesus into this world of sin. be no story of the I'ONI-no blood for Onaranteod Pest Control. SorvloeLlcen
Peace River Moving &\ Storage 'Sunday School 9-43 a.m. Let us consider seriously' and try to sinners spilt. Hymn writers would Prayer Servie* 7:30:: p.m. *.d and Insured

Morning Worship 11OO..m.: Imagine what this world would be' like never have been inspired to write-or 11 N. ...,k Arcadia WA 9-261 .
Local and L...* Distance Moving Training Union 6-45: p..... had Jesus) not come. Oh the thrills; ransomed sinners to sing The Old -
Anywhere Anytime Evening Worship 7:43: p.m. the excitement, the rapturous joy that Rugged Cross-There Is Power In The BROWNVILLE BAPTISTCHURCH
80". Oak ft. WA 9-0101 fills. our hearts when we think of this IMoiKl-Oh How I Love Jesus-Rock of "'

little town. Had Christ not come to the Ayes Cleft For Me-and no eternitybound SUNDAY

town of Bethlehem it would mean\ no ) soul ever sanjr Jesus Saviour School ZQ-OO: ......
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH more to us than any other little town. Pilot Ale\ Over Life's Tempestuous Sea. looming Worship 11:00: ajn. Arcadia Seafood Market
Rev. Eheooord. I Bryan The Christ Child-the star All earth dwellers would have been Training Union 6.30: pjn.
etll t East-and to have'trav..lled into eternity Evening: Worship 7=JO>> p.m. 'Catherine j
C..rt.. of Your N. Polk A HlakorySUNDAY of the the angelic choir with otlfjTtd on Mrs Keene, Owner aV Mgr.
y the glorious message of "Peace on earth without hope. I am so Thankful WEDNESDAY All KI.. .off FISH. and Sea Foodo (In Sxaoen

Friendly Shell Dealers Sunday School 9.45: ...... and good will to men" would never have Christ came. Is lie your Saviour If Prayer & Bible Study T30 pjsv 17 S. Nearer. Aroadla. WA H211
Morning Worship 11OO: sjn.Evening Him
W. Alee Handle Fanrsu.0.edy..r been known or heard. not accept today.
: Worship 5OO: pjn. -
Tire. and ..ttorl..
Training Union 6OO: p.m.
_ ARCADIA. REVIVALTABERNACLE
WEDNESDAY ST. PAUL'S CATHOLIC' HILLSBOROUOH
MldWeek Service 7JO njn.NOCATEE NORTH' CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST, _
e e CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH LATTER'" DAY SAINTS 124 W. Oak Street r
M..re..nd WhtddenSunday .. Sunday School 10:00 a. so. Undenominational Full Gospel Generof t Equipment & Motor Co.
M I ass tOtOO: s. m.Monday n........,. ...**. Southern. Arcadia Wonuine Club Sunday School"HrO. *>..... ...*. P. -ChUkBwchan.. .. .. Owner
DcSoto t National Bank and Tuesday Mass BaM> Convention) -..-....., Meeting 6.OO: pan.Cortes Morning Worship! 11_ son. -MnMFarm sad Indvotrla.. E..*.ntont
METHODIST 7' SO a. m. 121 North >4llloboro.lt Avo.Aroadla. Road Brmdentoo Prayer for tte Sick ..... .B.rv>... "RetaJI' "."tel.r t......)
I or AraodlaBervln CHURCH rtrst/ Friday Maaa 5:3O: pan. Florida.' EvangeluUc: Service 7a ..... t4 B. Monroe Avo. Arcadia. WA' ...UI

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County -
: Weekly SclMpluto oC Services) CHURCH OPTHE NAZARENE
trenreaelve I Sl ItOfLefcbvre _
Banking 'o Sunday School lo.OO s m.
MT. EPHRAIM BAPTISTCHURCH North Peek cad Otaaen
)Morning Worship 11.00ta. SUNDAY SUNDAY

Youth Service 7.3O: p.... Sunday School rO: .. rn. Sunday School 9r4J ..... TRINITY. METHODIST

WEDNESDAY (.If Owone) Mooning( "Worship 1IOO .. m. Morning Worship tlOO: ...... CHURCHPtq.s "' .
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Electric Service Co. Morning Worship 1100.; ..... Evening Wwrshlp 7JO: p. m.WED.VESDAY TUESDAYCottag : SUNDAY
.. 9-44 ''CHOICE EACH
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Motor. A P..mp Rcoalr, FIRST. CHRISTIAN. CHURCH WEDNESDAY Prayer MeUn. : Nyr.IS.

n W. Magnolia WA 9.lt.1 .... Maoh Street. In Villa. Rise Prayer' Service T.3O: p._. Study 730 p. Prayer MwUng TJO P.JBW Evening WEDNESDAY" Worship 7:OO"" ,
Brother' M.
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Bible Re ha 4 943: .
BAPTIST CHURCH .. D. L. Frooklln
Morning Worship' 10:43 am.OAK HILL' ARCADIA SEVENTHOATR.v.
SUNDAY CHURCH"' Boot Oah Street -
i Junior Church l 11t4' ajn.Youth ADVENTIST

he' FltsT Federal Sdvind/s/ & Loan Evening Meeting W..r..hlp, t 73O 3O pjn.t pjn.WEDNESDAY Snag School IOOO 11-co ..m. m.. P..t- RsI..B I. Law Pho.e VVA S9OO1SUNDAY PRE9BVTERIANCHURCH Ebersole Publishing Co.. Inc.

Association of DeSoto County Training tiniest S JO p. sn. tit E. Htafc.ry SU Radio BrMaeU S3O .-. M7-3O' west Oak Street I
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THE ARCADIAN Arcadia. Florida Thursday October 8. 196.1 li-D

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BARK In their anger and frustration being refused cnn only wrong choice you wind up-with nothing but heartacheand Wells' job is to catch the reapersonality the classroom dressed a* an
word of the school an. early Grecian lady. She described -
fling one -CHICK EX! They make this taunt and tragedy.
use it as a tool to twist values so that right seems wrong "What you do must:! be constructive to better yourself provide the student wlh an the Intricate ways Grecian -
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EDITORIAL and wrong seems right. !! your classmate your school, your town. How can amusing. and memorable ."hoolye..r ladies them wrapped, explained their her

(Continued from page 1-13) "At school it is used to keep someone from reporting you tie all this up in one neat package? I want to read Greek hairstyle and headdress -

cated to drink this can or that brand-and your craving a rule violation; on the streets it is used to perpetrateacts you part of a letter written by a public official to a October IB the the subscription Orowl will and called attention to

to conform to follow the crowd leads you to submit of vandalism; at a party or on dates it i is used to school group" : sales officially drive start with an assembly' her "Greek" sandals. Her Interesting

and you wind up with the short end of the stick. bring pressure on someone and accuse him or her of "Always we hear the plaintive cry of the teenagers) : before the student b>xly. This t appearance and absorbing '

"In the Bible Esau who was to inherit all the land not going along with the crowd; in a car it i is used to What can we do? Where can we go? The answer is ,is un annual assembly and always description of the

and possessions of his father. Isaac bargained with incite speeding and reckless driving. No matter what GO; HOMK! Fix i the torch steps, clean the screens, marks the beginning of common dress quite captivated

Jacob and gave away his inheritance in exchange fora the crowd is doing or where they are going-they cluck paint the woodwork. Hake the leaves, mow the lawn much hard work. They plan to< the rest of the class.

cup of soup! His physical desires (what he thoughthe and cackle and crow their own one word vocabulary shovel' the walk and driveway. Wash the car. Learnto have two sale drive instead Drucllla Jones presented to

wanted and wanted RIGHT NOW) cut him out of "chicken"-and the pity of it is that it too often works cook. Scrub some floors. Repair the wink. build o ft he usual one. They feel this the class a model of the early

all that was rightfully his. Esau cheated himself and "Vhy are so many teenagers such pushovers for this a boat. Get a job. Help the minister, the lied Cross will give everyone a chance Grecian theater and stage. She

he paid for this foolishness for the rest of his life. sort of pressure'? Why i is it that some' of you would do the 1I0 l1ital.'i it the sick assist the iss r. Study to make their payment of $-1. discussed the origin' of our

"You are as susceptible as Esau to cheating yourselfof ANYTHING to keep from being called! this? It i is t because your lessons. And when you are through and not too Besides the usual ad money theater tracing it back to theGrerks.

a lifetime of happiness of a good job. a career of the person is wanting acceptance, to belong ; so tired-read a GOOD book. the Growl plans to sponsor i II She also described the

marriage home and family. How? Just by failing to they relent and go contrary to conscience and conviction. "Your parents do not owe you entertainment. Your al hay dance ride very at Christmas soon and a as form-other famous Greciantheater mask

stand up to those in the crowd who would use you for u".e have a peculiar quirk of human perception to see community does not owe you recreation" facilities. The fund-raising projects. Nana St. John related the

their' own selfish purposes then discard you when things in an opposite frame of reference. An exampleof world docs not owe you a living. You owe the world tory of constellation Orion

'youve lost your freshness and appeal. this is Jesus' parable of the prodigal son. Utter in something. You owe it your time and energy and your and told how It Is based on

"And if you resist? Stand up for what you know is this parable we see the elder brother who stayed home talents so that no one will bo at war or in |x>v,Tty. or OKEECHOBEEContinued Greek myth. She also brought

right and honest and moral The bullies and the cow- and worked on the farm creeping up in the darkness' sick or lonely again. In plain simple words: r.row; up; 1-B a picture of the constellationto
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ards and the misfits-who travel in packs for mutual complaining to his father about the home-coming celebration quit bring.. a cry-lwby. start acting like a responsible ( page class.a Barbie Betty doll Rathtun in the outfitted attire --

self-protection selfish and the spineless ones! he be somber the agulii proved his ai
operating seems to a dark person I person. prowess of a Greek: goddess, complete -
after dark and hiding behind the cover of the personification of goodness.>> "))un't cheat yourself by being fooled into believing he and Dickie Kelly carried with crown and sceptor.

supposed strength of the crowd can fling only one wordat "The other son called the prodigal, as a gay reckless that goodness i is I"luart.-il. isn't. It i i- n't the "chicken" the bull like professional down She placed this in a unique

being refused-CHICKEN! See them for what they carefree happy-go-lucky sort of guy.-returning hometo who) stands up for what Is good and moral and I right. to tho 2 yard line where Kelly I- arrangement of pastel cotton

really are-weak-willed. spineless, gut-less craven and the tune of a great feast and celebration. Wo see Young peopleyou are the future of our town-you slipped line through to score.the Skinner Okeechobre tinfoil and slitter, to give' the

depraved not able to excel) in worth-while situations in this point or'i w. the citrus and cattlemen, the doctors and Insurance -
_anything : : our own same jaded will IKJ conversion attempt was good effect that the goildes was relaxing -
Goodness, then, is ,dull prim gray, strait-laced and dead. men the nurses and teachers, the mothers ami and the Uulldog led 20-0. ell w cloud.

While evil and win and wickedness seems exciting interesting fathers of this county before you Invome my ai re. What Neither team cored In the

A WHO TO CAt.LDIRECTORY and colorful! you are< will determine what our town will |t". remainder ofh.. period and Many other students will'

.'This young person I in the parable didn't see tho "far "I 1 challenge you to. stand on your own two fit,t -f* c" the clock! ran out with the bring' their projetts or oral

country" as an opportunity| for slim lather, ht saw the taunts and temptation and face thorn loan! Rise: UulMutf In possession of the report to class this week Several -

what seemed to be good. His attitude WUH that he did Moro the cowards and weaklings who would drag you ball.' Next week the DvSotueleven have also turned In map,

not want to be cheated: of the adventure and thrills that down' to their level-give them< an example to follow. will be a at home facing charts and pictures concernIng -

I life had to offtr while he was young enough to enjoy Show them what goodness i U--+nd that it i isn't ""lIotrt.." the Miners of Furt Meade. The Greek mythology: ,,
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OF DcSOTO COUNTY "1Ve. too are faced with this Irohlem-n double one BULLDOG'S TALECoitttiuittl ships which are available 'Ui and 2 times, while the Uulld. I II
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.. hold 2-0-1 record.
-that goodness has been played down as a hluo-tmsc. all menilirrs of the .,'nlor1..... a Mt CtWIIMNSDE
I-U) and others who Situ interested.. Other Conference games lastwrek
SALES and SERVICE stodgy, creepy and l'otluare.-ma"IM! even reaching the ( Irons page
monumental proportions of CUIIR-(a square in 3-D) ). Aa stain .11 there 'la sluice avail, saw Clewlston defeating I SOTOM4 I II
much tiettvr able thi intornuitlon will be Scoring 2013. In a rumconference -
_.. All the while have permitted evil! and sin to >ose u-
--- -- --- -- --- we << | Ju+., lluUy and Hilly Spirci moved into a .5N clal. gutil name against' Fort
more thrilling than it really i is. Sin and wickt.hll'Mlie arc dating ugain. Sylvia Curl- iincecouiuteliug room) M........ Avon Park came nut VUMTt MUt
Advertising Farm Equipment The pity of this is that the other side of evil i i:4 !sun and Terry 'rtlun! had J Jit Perba|>* the must important on lop by a big ct' S3-tf.

--- hidden so well.-the consequence which are so .shameful date last S*.,irilajr night' job of lotntseUng service, Is --- score- I FRI thru MON. I

a 'INTNATIONALT..H ..* P- are covered up with a veneer and I kept from Iubllcview. Al..>. yitJa. Stewart I has ban direct couiixHlnu. Students sire
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N_' ->..."iMltrffcWt." .. .TN..- .Mwt.4. u.... M.Co.. N.41.... Yr.I.._.........d. ..p.I.W.N. ..-_ Turn it around set" all side and facets of this dating u boy from Napdes.S.rue enrvurwgi/l not to shut 'them.selv. 4-H Club Meets
;;,.o, w... c:: I..... P.-. : /.w P_ .... P. .N C'lie" MMw ugliness and for yourself that it is ,rotten, of the Ittulogy fjj"oi .. U|> mutate" but t.. talk
O.a101.. ....... ...__. 1_'" you can etc wool un field trip .last work with Us.tounselor The newly formed IV'Hoti
....._ C_...". 12. W." 0.11 .w.5.PS. corroded abscessed. their dlflUuttlcs over high Hch.ml senior' 4-H Club.
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------- .-. WAbMt S2I1.Furniture "Many of the problems which you young eoplc| faceare They ventured and ctxnpared. the or other member. wf For 4-lists In grade '10-13
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the faculty This sins
Air Conditioning the result" of false and misleading" rtl4lnJt-thu! type of soil. In one class Mike f the hold Its first meeting wn Man-
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"romanticizing" of drinking-and the harmlessness of UeUll talk ol .lay night' September 2ft.: Th.ymet
------- I'ruvau rave a I" ... be one of
-r StoresPrescriptions smooching and heavy ctting.| It seems flaring, CU.i.AL: IlICTSIC -a..s. Atr CM- 7 r OO la II.SO.
thrilling-It is also dangerous and explosive for think that Mike' would makegoutl advantage. of It.
A.Il I teacher This Club Is designed for'
the are all too often tragic. a ----
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.... N..1 ...... -. A..Ma. .- "A high school girl who had become pregnant cried i 'bbl. .....wtI. Sue d* Mns, rnung adults alma, each: week
M-Iw.S0.. II -- and Linda ....wbl 'n.... Coach Growl program and activities eipee
hll 1_. '.. ._ .wWAAl 1 ,..al.rot out in her anguish "Ix>ve!-it'* not anything like the Amusu and Coach MarUn a 1964-65 ally, designed for this group
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Awnings movies and magazines ." n adults-nay it is.i Thatwasn't chucolote-chip' cookie) that will be enjoyed..
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MaT.CT. -......... .. .-- ..-.i ,w'. ...-.. ......-..-.-- 1Wo.L "And all too often you are drawn Inalduously Into the Hpraklng ol Coach Amuse. tight meeting was a series
--- w..", .... .- M. ANN. trap-because you don't really know the whole story he was very happy last 1 rld.ytelrbreting fly NANCY. Y AMAThe 01 slide on marketing. After I I
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birthday Growl
I i._ c........ &0-'. I.N of your own biological: ) driven and anatomical functions hi* Jth year .he slide. the group elected
..-....-: tae w... o.re.... reactions of backseat The student teacher did a memory task to recall, to the Karen Ames temporary thalr
...... -and the effect of alcohol and the -
P w. 8-4SO. good job last week while the students the Important event nan until the election of officers -
necking on them. I wish you could have seen<< with teacher enjoyed "0 I' n of the school l year. This year could be held. The group

me the awful effect of drinking and lowered inhibition House". LJnda Stewart mad.on. !Realise. of the Oruwl arePhyllis set up their nest meeting on

Bottled Gas ACCUSATM.V, .--<..< _... _I wish that you could see the photographs the IM>UC > .of her Knglish classes read Clement' and Joel CorIttyUia he following. Monday night'

..,.y1.-M. (.:.-D'--n.-I51- and highway patrol take at the scenes of some automo- Poetry. for>> seventy-five. min' !I.,... tt the same time and place.
0... Stt.94. rSj N9 WA ..SXSI. student and Jul are coeditors. '-
WMS bile accident* which the newspaper cannot print; or ut... It seems that the The meeting was adjmmed
-m UN'S pull -'A ...W5__ sew that you might tit in juvenile or circuit court and hear teacher are harder than the Their. mrfln Job la fa setas with the group enjoying,' fee

w...,.S.. C....dr..... _w N _e..Ad.a. the sorry and sordid stories--many of them beginningand tea*-her* themselves.Don't general chairmen of the 'reshmenU and dancing.
.. 4Nw.. s. c.woo. I forget the game Friday /- year book and rntnplte Into
r= : "-."'.- 3.0ww. Printing ending. "I don't remember what happened.! wu
.::.11.0.4.pSw.: : WA a-4.ai. drinking.:. night' with Ft. Meade, Lets an attractive publication the / J.'MAI-ulr!11IUtW_
all get out and support the happening and Interesting Class Presents W MIInL
"If could look into the wrecked home the shattered Ih. student
'N' AKCAOIAM IAf.>.'... w you team a* Wove done b.furTheta slde-llghta among
Building Materials 0_. _0..MM.WA *...WQ.S SI.Ready.Mixed hopes and dream of a Ufl'tlme--Jown the drain all for this week. body and faculty of DIIS. at __RlIIUII8Ift4.
t N N.Sd. -gone forever-bt-cBuae of one hour or one night; I .. edited. by the Individual' see Projects On
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See ya'II neat \ .. 121M&SJElD
believe you would think twice- ml soy "NO. thanks!t. lion editor. ...

COMPUTI UNI .. 6.aaw ........aw heard that one l batik! of liver or one The business manager .. .... Greek
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... I..b "'-.-.. A_ .-.- .short snort Isn't the road to hrll--lan't It? I I.nuk at the MR. WEAVER sd sale. .. subrrlptlon. sale, and J JI

w.aMI. facts.: 15 out of every 100 who ever took a drink become Continued from page I-U) Financial' problem' ,rf the anneal Mrs, Mae Murray, freshman .s1't-m1W11Ti
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ItAOT-MIIlO CO .!>.,.. Sorrels as class 'Jtgilsn teacher, assigned. herlasee
Dolomite I C..-_-. w .-......M Ill.w..K/.r you have playing .ltu.-Ian| Uoul..ttet.mly) one turret t......., aptitude, and academic ntltor I.I In charge of arranging slwe.ks projects and I PLUS I

M.A.w-J- ,:AMsI, 11.11.1.Transportation In six in loaded-would you really gamble your life ftn progrew. Individual picture. of the stu ral reports concerning the

those odds Another goat of the program tlent body Into ,la. .*e* and 51.. unit they. have recently, .been

'CHI .T1&'ZI. u-e. d.e a.. "There in i al..ie t human nrrI for a.l-expresalon Nit is to help the Individual srrsnglng 'faculty page. .ludylng. Greek mythology. 1
---c.- decide. what to do
.so w student to fhtsniaalioa..Jlts.. Judy
--- MMMIAo.. '- WAt..1 Service person can be jacketed for long, restrained' aril rcprr- ilthowgh the assignments. are
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rd. There muat lie acme outlet provided. pllan this there are materials the
A.. IT"- be some mean to let off at(am, a aaftyvalt that can in the library. whkh cuncetnKlucattonal xhool with a brief summary. ,ls.we s ........ several' *tu.

/Aces_ r..1.Mov1N0., .....-...... I..Aa. blow off. You..t.n age where the spirit of \rn- and occupationalrhallenge of each< llaymond ChrUt .. .nls have' already covnpleted. .
Drugs -.. .. I..0. PS .- O.r I..p.PS. and dare i Ie trong when you want to .. Another aid. to this editor arranges the see*
turromrMMM ports
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-- make your bid for freedom and full lifr. Hut whateveryou phase of the program I. the Information .lon dedicated, la the llulldagsthlelM -- -
w do must do wisely and corrt-ctly" for you will concerning financial, program for the yea*. Cheryl Tyree, after going "Woman of Straw"Sprightly

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