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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 15, 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: UF00079901:00042
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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October 24 an d23: for the llth v

annual fall bank orchid show.A. 12 Pages 10 CENTS Arcadia Florida Thursday. October 15, 196-1 Volume XLI No. 3 F, i
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going to show orchids and he's

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-- DEPUTY JOHN BOYETTE School Board In
A Graphic Art display the Committee Selected To

12th annual exhibition will be SessionDeSoto Y KY ARY :
Regular -
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held at the International Design .
Center. Miami Beach 1
where about 700 entries will County School BoarI Pr
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be judged. This Is advertising Probe DeSoto Hardee In regular session Tuesday

and editorial art and it will night approved a request
be held Nov. 2. from St. Paul Catholic Church

-0-- for permission to use several'

The Florida Citrus Exposition classrooms in Memorial school: l

will hold annual membership Hospital FeasibilityExploratory lor an educational program

meeting and old-fash promoted by the chuich: A. C. Polk, Jr.. manager of Badcock Associate, t,.

toned barbecue dinner in Win. The classroom will be used Store, ilit plays one of the many promotional signs

ter' Haven. Monday\. October steps- toward Such a hospital would possibly on a temporary. basis due to he has used to help tioont downtown business)
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lack of apace at the church
19. A De. ,
large crowd from
construction of Desoto llar. be '
a located on US 11'.
Soto County is expected to at. a dee hospital were taken at the South of Zolfo Springs so that and will Wednesday" nights
7 until a.So and Saturdays
tend. p.m. -
DeSoto lIard.G lad.. Medical the facility would not be more '
from '-:30: until 11 a.m. Arcadia Music-Furniture
1.t Society meeting in Arcadia than IS minutes- from eitherArcadia
In other actions the noliN.u..tod
How weeks does Oct.
many Oct it '
,1 Tuesday 6. was report or Wauchula.
letter of
a eomnmendation
-
ober have Acordtng to some e'a ed here today
Financing the hospital couldbe
of the releases that to A Perry Geiger :.
press come 1 Named to a commit to done under the federal' 11111.
principal and Walter a..nt.C'OM'dlnator. Joins With Badcock 1934Recently
across: the desk it as: Oct. 11- Investigate and probe the feas.
Burton oct of several ,
years for their excellent
17. Newspaper Week: Oct. 4 to
of the
ibilty bi.rounty facility
: that offers- 50 to as
f ago per. work In Instituting the UCT
10. Fire Prevention Week Oct.
: e r fi_ M'ttyyi' were' Dr. Calvin Martin of Ar cent In matching funds by the program in the school: ."at..",. ,
12-16. American Foot Care cadla. State Senator.elect celebrating their Furniture store and wig ....
Week; Oct. 19.30; Grocery Doyle Carlton Jr. and Dr Mai. government to create: such: They' also acknowledged' a letter 43th Anniversary. of business der the management at Mr. '
needed facilities.' Under this
Weeks; October 9.16. School colm Say re of Wauchula. of thanks from the NotaUe In Arcadia was nadrork' Furniture IH>lk's father A. C. ST.. who
plan the hctpitat must be built .
Lunch Week; there's also Girl The committee to Pa"nt Te'athers' Association. Associate, Store, now came to Arcadia In July 1916
Scout Week. National Donut have a statement' expects within a according to rigid specifics' for the, Improvement work under the capable manage to visit a slater. and stayed togo I

Week you name It, there'sa month. Dr. Martin told The lions and be modern In every don' at the Noiatee school UurIng maid of A. C. roth. Jr Into business here in 1019. I
respect:
dozen or so weeks each Arcadian reporter Monday the summer months. The original business was The first record of business

month celebrating some kind The proposal made by Carl. Several Insurance companies The Board agreed to have called. the ,Arcadia: Music and transaction: was when the bus.Ineaa .
such as Illue Cross.Ulue electric aanltUera and d.oderllers ...
of organization club association ton for the establishment of a was located on South De.
... .and when ye ed wentto hospital to serve both coun. Shield have Indicated: that Installed In 3O units of Soto Avenue In the old Star
school there were supposedto ties was given a "friendly their standards for an aproved restrootn and lockers for boys Trio Nabbed In 'TheaS>e building. Later the
hospital would In.. on a rental basis on the recom.raeitdstlon >> .
grow business
be only 52 weeks In a whole reception' at the meeting of was known as the
year! the area doctors. creasingly. rigid In the future of Hugh !'larders. Arizona Wanted Arcadia hook and Music Store
and existing: facilities would Superintendent o( Public In.
-- and they sold phonographs,
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New Deputy Joins DeSotoSheriff's not be able to meet such spec shoot lon. Hero for TheftThree pianos' musical: tnatcumenla* e>tall

CommissionersTo City Council To ifications.' A letter from Dr. James T. type In tact; A. C. Jr.

The primary object the committee Campbell of the State Hoard otsdvcaUon Arcadia people are says his earliest memories! of

Hold Public Hear Engineers la concerned' with In : thai. the usual school. being; held. on charges of theftIn the store was winding phonographs -

DepartmentJohn exploring the feasibility. of survey for DeSoto County has I'hunelx. Arliona.' by the on Saturday nights..

Meeting Nov. 10 Report on Oct. 22 such' a hospital Is the public been set for January 4 thru Anions Sheriffs departmentand Those must have been some

Doyette. the most recent He wa married to the for. reaction: and support of the a, and that. requests for addl. federal llureau of Investigation Um_. Local young people

A petition to close a segment addition to the DeSoto mer Miss Annie Laura Jonesof Arcadia City Council will Institution a cord In. to>> Dr. tlonal! school Improvements .officers It was announe4 would congregate In the store,

of county road betweenI Sheriffs Department, assumed Okeechobee and they have hear a report next Thursday Martin lie cited some of the will' then be .considered on a h... today& by Sheriff. Lloyd put on records and d a n ...

the properties of Harry John his new duties here the first one daughter. IS, who will Oct. 22nd from Black Crow drawbacks to the plan as the priority basis. llolton. there being little In the way
son's and George Hayden'sland of this month. complete her semester In and EJdn.... engineering firm amount of traveling both doc. Hoard members Joe Matte. Further Investigations re.v..led of entertainment for them

was heard by DeSoto "I feel It an honor he told Wauchula before enrolling In employed to study the city's tor and patient would be sub. shed I. Dill Channel. Chairman. that the trio were the then. Sometime they'd all sU
be associated j Jected to, stating however Arthur Itue'an..l. two members ones who allegedly rubbed Ar.
County Commissioners when Jtepor ra.to school here. vital water problems.The and sing, learning new songs
from the school system will .)... Ururf !S..... Tuesday .
they met in regular session with Sheriff Holtons depart. Doyette and his family are firm has run 20 to JO that Increased and Improved c or remembering the old.
last Tuesday morning. ment and consider him one of members preliminary tests on wells In falcilUes would b* a boon. go to ntsrke. Florida October night September :Mnd. Mo|. for while the
of the First Baptist :23 and T9 to attend aaUi.I a store was
the beat law men I know. the area and will discuss with All committee members aM govern.merit ton located! In bullda.
The petition filed by John Church. He Is Mason and his surplus sales there. Mien. named the three as the Koch ..
son. was turned over to Coun.ty Doyette was born Juno >th, wife belongs to the Order of the Council status of the work that the publU become awareof & Jean. In the old Plaia Hotel and V*.
1_18 In Okeechobeo and recetv. being done and findings to the problem and to make James (Jinuny' Berber
Attorney Halley Lewis who Eastern Star. For two years ter neat doer to TILL A.SCAiDEAN
.. lljrber and Marvin Ches.tor
0 DL TIM RE ON te ,
ed his In llardco
ascertained that the segmentof schooling he served as chairman of the date. suggesUosM for helping. to solve said had until IIMS when. the
County. He served three years' Three of the wells in the them. FACES 4and 6-A Barber snit they
road crossed no other pro. }lard.. Red Cross unit. Arliona lawmen. present location at the cornet
confessed ro
In the Navy during World War area has been logged the ---- ----- '
pieties and had never been d. Sheriff Helton described by ---,; hack fur.tctril of tfek and '*'01'' was ren.odelled :.
wul I.WG&h'
Two and out Corps.: UJS. OeodrUc and They
cam. as a .
signaled .. a state or federal Doyette .. afJrt class taw Survey' pondJngiMguUUon wllli'Arlu and moved tato. y
: ...-.... C"r y' .... UI_ 'pia L4 t u.+-rmn-sjnsr" ,"e.I nnywtrgator*.UriA.Jb. 4is$ -Milli;ti.1r4' s' s.'seta.e.d. Ass '.' allaV s1c r- *"a.. ulf1" .... *. The Arcadl..PUtaltur. and

V. greed' for, at pubUf )having( >o and said' his. department was VlT% The two men entered' Area. Music store barons affiMsted.
After completing his studies The report of Dtack: Crow
be net for their regular ho lucky: to have a man of his die Drug with a key furnished. with ltadeucks la 1511 After
became affiliated with the and Cldneas will determine
meeting. Nov. 10, ., 10 a.m. experience. Mrs. Itarbtr who had completing his schooling. A. C.
them by
Hardee. Sheriffs de. hi
County whether the will switchto Standards
city Unity Ra.siitf
with the meeting to be advertised .
teen employed there. she also. decided to follow In his Is.Iher's .
and with them The .
for two weeks partment was new deputy resides on wells for Its water supply
priorto footsteps, end went Into
the date set. 12 years. He was Chief Deputy Alvsrando Road In Rio Vista or continue' to use the ,"-t. drove the car In which. they
the buslnots.Building .
In other actions, the Com. there. Estates with his. family. ed river water. w. ... McOulre. president of one of Amerlea'te were lIt left the StateExams. __..._._ ___
Ile. IIk. his ...n..r. is .... of
rnlssioners decided to pur. Defloto County Ministerial. As.. plans; to l live, fur which our Arcadl and DeSoto Cousbiggest *

chase two county trucks: with -..,...... today Issued ,... to\ eitliens. are justly prowl Our Sot ForPostol boosters and for ass.*

specifications to be drawn up 7T -1. lowing appeal for local groupsto -hats are off, to the wander .r.. year aervert a* r...k.*.il
and advertised by" a commit.tee T """ join forces' to raise moral' fug' people' ()\he past and present ". Tice Jobs of the Merchant's Retail As
headed by Bob WerU and standards tn the County tn an wno have helped' to make
....1...... now a part o< Ik.*
consisting cf Henry Woods and open letter the president of .II so. We h_.. .leon greatly At Local Office UvMolo Chamber of Canon rest

George Proctor.: Theygave the ....n.Uon said: encuuraged of .laU to leers lie. has ono brother Chaste
Clerk of Circuit Court Lea of definite action on the pail
"Arcadia and surrounding .
Postmaster Gordon Johnson of Punta Uordo. ana) o SMMHT.Mrs. .
(Continued on Page 4'A) of the lately. to Impi>,. eonailtona -
t community: >dandy ccMuituuts) announced today that applies A nl* Laurie Clark..1
{ _
on4 raise level of
; I the
lie lives his
w lion for the Civil Service eamlnallen Maryland with
t"a. r .the nxral and spiritual stand Bit East: Oak .....
for the positions. of family al .
FIREA .. AMA Sponsors side of the life of tnls elMimunlly .
Substitute. Clerk. awl Suball
Ono well krrw
fire secured at the local I Health Week never lute Carrier al the Arcadia.
the salent of garnet none by tlVM
Trailways Bus Station about Florida. ... Peel <>(fl... are being
230 p. m. The fire started orgonisauons sad suoeXeUVorgsnUel Jaycees To Be
sr.td.d. Substitute special' de
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October 18 .
above the grill but was being sheets n 'fte1
willIs
brought under control at prose of the .Uiety We "waul'" to g4en uteri rnsaengar positions Election DaReporters
.......
be filled Iron this y
*
.
u-. The American Medt.al. As.oOaltun reron as .twins m foil'1
lnl'.... Appointments. fct .llteeapusiUors
L'm ts spunMinAg tKe see. sympathy with. all those n ,W.vr. be Nov. 3
will
...... career appotatmenU.
end ana>oa>t Community HealthHeck .
unless. otherwlao.
Expansion.SeleJOIIIIt"f rr, Uctutoer l" ,34 .. help' w/hils we apote..UM. a.I .Ins limited end the lied. year will Yet tho. first lime. .In .hletoeyFlorM

acquaint the pwbue' with ......&. c.mMn........... work oo>.,.. .there. .b a protoollonary. ..,...... Ca. .* vote returns will M
To Open Here on tri and ........ factlllles I..M" are sum smear hl B>W its fee' sunlnUoeeits bemen. per. reported lo the nation mlnoto

....._117. It was an.nouneed grave eoevrsrn. N* ..rally. .....nanHiiM .Ma>....., up
Friday, Oct. 16 hen lane, by Ov. Wll.ua >_ fall b.l..w CIte n*.r. .. .n .. the pfoboilonaryl fire J". It was reported fcerotoday. .
T aWwoer, ..Ulo. Health mat. slanrtards in alters Ikat. .. .
f .....H.f. The .beginning. ,. of
Arnd...'. oldest television un...., effect society we are tile one pay l. f J,4a per "hwur, The ..... eolhvtlon. sealer
shop AUene's Radio and T.... The .bat Health unit, at 4 source to which f>*lk ........ lolurfse Tho minimum. age limit for for rtortd will bo (Mated at

vision Company: win hold open West o.k St...... eoi(4.*s rive their SMnplatMs.1H these iwaitktne. U !11; I IC for Convention II. on MMenlltoa .

....... Friday and Saturday ao ''''1.u... workers and two obe voo sad filthy. Mr High rUbuol .,......te. They '". .In Acadia. ,.......
4
they begin. their seer Ltpsa. .L 1 peel ,rem oo pleysea, orcoe-A- tetre !. IMT f....nd on avs ml may be appointed alias itteyreorf .I.,.... have wppoltiled. OoargoNeordon.

sloe (Isle. Iwre. sad to the report and la served ,". news stavusa rteatee o real' Slime ,Ill) WrthUarHew Slalo vleo pteotoastt.of .

The recently" eapandid bus. try Or r. K. Meyer. TM !>'. tr. *+tm ... aortty, Mwnninsj a ever. fwtMMM ....... 11 N.....*. m* sooe..1....... .

Mew has eomn>teteiy remoo.eUed .. Smite. wit U eontiMoMg Its swo.gfam ebw .level with t.... evil Is the may not ... appwtnted to. pu. .*. A to.s4. Of !...* Jsyceee wlo

their old location and .. aclkMkl ..-ia>et M sslwetavg tunm m fcat |nteM .al. and l..wgta IUMO r.*.tl.u.. the peralteetof rtpmllng. sUetton result.

taken ta tko *d>ointeg build Mla ...... H.... Iran ael over .... ..... ost alsetJon .
that housed Tho rtwrtda'a Stole liaised of |or .*>. ,...... AnMfter seriouseunrern .. ....
lag formerly 4-A) .
las Ikaarngrr. left of Florid*,Cltna.rutuaJ' thief tw,.. Doputie Waiter W....... (C.nu/asad on r..
Friendly Market.- .......... with the help' W tore Is she gaxwMMs1 that
) Intelligence Dun... hand I> vfcl' K..... and Frank
OhM
er. .......
The firm carrieo a full u.. Miyatnasio a4 basirUdions) asM is s* rld os tat This Ill.
out reward of nulco and SyrvawOa sake tna tod greotlr .> t n. egal peaeUeo Is eepaebuy
T.V.Ii stertos ao.l radios, amid County' Drputk for their work in whiJ Sheriff IJoyd Ifnlton( .looks on. M the ....ldI of r>irtdos ..... ...,.".. tm families. whore. Permits s. Our

RoberTs tape is oilaei.: Mad the arrest and conviction of fruit ( A Sonnl Carlton fhoto) atmisu ass .......... Tfcoover bmierdo.l.yf tlteee see yoong MMreM Tao .

fcave one of Uke fUUes amid over 701on poree. yeumd tearer b ....s..e.msl..d. I

seat eoeaaleto lows of 4S and tko .scat, amid their arti.MWH IMS ,..7 ebb le ....... *sMite .,

13 1/3 aU M recoeda 1st the .lug tk. ..... o4 every rr.M eftlbtre *.d beok Million DHr Mark h City

etty.: .bi eisse" al. popular, Reward Checks Received Here By pameea. wltfcasi Its inrdpf TfceUket ... beaned pwsp aaaM.1s are

eoMntry and kit. runes.On : ewer befpe ..... saedss.we teen isle a..ll... .....,....

.........7. T b e DeSoto .. .... she s4offMsg Isisaoftreoa pdreetssg .... .......-. 19.1. ... beeus. a b.aasl year II wed show her today .front. .
Raoislsra. popular seal yew Wins sad atgtvoo .. are prowl .. our tva ,..... .
released
figure by the etfleo'
wUdlog
Areadlo
po
bead wUI play all slay and Of DeSoto Sheriff teeeUy --4t-laWe_ ; Oawsaes a..ltee ...... Brat .... ravel noDogs *r City ......... Mafgsng.
....r ,.*. k. ,..n.. will bo Deputies Dept. Is Onsd taw/ obis;. .,... ..- set --.-I M sNteew Ira(1 --. Wy.Tho.
.
.weid N__..._ T1ar. IIs ........ 4...-.- and sir.medw .oirwewd ms .... .*3
are ...... "0. r- ...ry.mi.r a ef swy e.iebsey Possettes To bust, ao far. this year.h .

(t .ati.e.d w .... 4-A) .ward rh-e I.aIUIIC IM The ifcrso s) a.tli* rt+.ir! dell., IMS rseaiMlog fr.. fbee,. s..--.. welriw .....itN/aq, .* ...... post. Vie NUlttoaiIUr
wen ...... sat ibis web M sag tJt.* leoseoa wee WaHerWasiaer. .._.. $3L24 ms.1. pu/bfo. sad wow pedisW In SchoolImpoundment Ride In Plant ..*. mash with. .one.ru ile iby

D... r,.... Clue amid DauVtsl p.iW std ... (a. Sor.rtftor glees gW/a. .os Is pe.vese.. the A....... Mouoiagetlty Astll'
C. .
w>...1 ---. wise sotM Ok* ease If?.) hrareUr.t. .. MVr.. sad --- N .... Is are.M City Rodeo *.....*..*. tat a gust

Weather M isi se.tisa I-dst M the. ow- w.tLmisw .t. a..efiee beaded. Ie. .--.. dli" e. ksps far Half of tno ....... ......... fart
J anal. sad MNkltr ., ... A ..-.. M leer. ... .. far the first Uo>.o tat girds ., rust stt.ari bulb, 'D**>.*. C"""ay ss.HfrePeelles the *sw fl. .f. near KwikCkofe )

I beet La titsr, -ar twit wrt sad Meews.M wwoyy 1st the. ..*.. senor ...... s e. eds.WIfkn ...... d+...... ..... today i sM Leans T---. A...... wise prirsswl A areo.stt. far. $110,115,

Report .. 0..4 Tt.rwr CsUa iQ amid nr ys..tty wee ratkhAeddwl \> daeis. .d b ------. a fields of desIst ... .on-....-...4np ..._. weerM ..... .......... .... .........- ,....... wlilet .Msg with. the firm.sswNet .

TosH .y Wmiaiosr. tawft of +ng ... aJlUA.t ...rest. s._ d use Peed lree.r.leeoa sarl ad SIMMaasaital .beebbi .... set /see.eew..e.leeeed e. ass. ... as .IrtvMNmea to tao t.elst sad sew b'8 IIi i
lees and ease .......g to ga..tft &. II. ,.... Dtn.- of rtsnss CMr. aoUk avrststg: reel. se..1y is .- .y.5, ae SM.5.a. .. OVUI lease e, .*. Iwo. d..r ........ s/se..ream guts PM e..,r
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g *l on JWOct. ....... std by LoN b..w..u.. .. ends www -... Is ties /.salted M the epMbs ..Nee.br.rens sem.sber ...dMbmie.wt.v .. ,........ ..-.- Ie ...... sued by Ld.. a........ be.- Tno aompfeto total of all

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.2-A;. TIlE ARCADIAN, Arcadia; ?Florida, Thursday October IS, 1964



Mr.. Daniels, of the Chamber of .


I Commerce) Was ,Speaker at the Il oTedvS of DeSoto Women


Womans: :Club Meetng( MondayThe


Arcsdja." Womtans Club :That Community;. well being, TeachersAttend The C. E. Edna Scott Is O. E. Harden's
Lqpal
met Monday, OcC"iz, for the depended providing jobs to SKates

first meeting of the fall Sea. take care of the neeUs of the

son The president Mrs Jan Individuals and the creationof MeetingOf Return from Trip Bride Of'Carl Attended Family

Whldden. presided over the surroundings conducive to

business meeting. happiness which la a person Sk. and Mrs. C. E. Skates Reunion
Prior to the meeting Mr. inalienable birthright, educa Alpha GamaThe returned home last Friday HughesMiss SundayMr.

t1 T A. McEachern chairman, tlon, recreation and proper
Mrs. Louie Morgan Mrs. J E. fire and police protectIon. first fall meeting of Al. from a two month vacation.I Edna Almira Scott be. and Mrs. O. E. Harde
They went first to Manchester
Montgomery Mrs. J. F. Murphy The speaker said that he. pha Gamma Chapter of the Conn. and visited with came the bride of Tony Wayne attended the Harden Farm!

and Mra. Harley Garner for many years now, had been Delta Kappa Gamma Societywas : their two daughters Mrs. Nick 'I Hughes Friday morning Oct. Reunion Sunday Oct. i 11 i, J
were hostesses for the regular concerned about the apathy ol held in Avon Park Saturday 8th; in Donaldsville Ga. The the Golden Horse ranch horn
Nicola<< Mr. Nicola and
coverted dish luncheon. The people because they seem so Oct. 10th. and Mrs. : family; bride is the daughter of Mrs of Mr. Harden's brother, M,
Edward
tables were attractively de. disinterested in public affairs, Members aasembled at 10 Mr. Lawrence and Lawrence family. Hugh Scott: : 1010 E. Oak St..: and Mrs. Claude M. Harder

N. corated 'down the center with including politics, both National o'clock in the Florida Power I Arcadia and the late Mr. Scott.' of Lakeland.

:;'; vellow fall berries.' A huffbouquet state and local That it Corporation room where the They Blaine\ went and on New sightseeing trip Mr. Hughes is the son of Mr. This .is the 6th Reunion th,
;- Iin Hampshire
"( ; ..: .of gaily colored mar. seems to moat citizens as business session was presidedover I and enroute south, stopped and Mrs. Carl Hughes of La family have had since then
,
;;' ; golds I was placed on the piano though they are perfectly willing by the president. Miss in Belle Florida. mother died seven years age(
over
Pittsburg. Pa. for
( ;: 4N4J,,''t. near the officer. table. for George to do it. Louise Johnson of Arcadia.At I ahort visit with Mr. and Mrs.a The ceremony was perform. They schedule the date of th

"f '.' ; ". During the business meetIng He urged Club Women to the conclusion of this George Carlton. Mr. Carltonwas ed by. Justice of the Peace reunion halfway between th
; the president announcedthat Important business meeting Garwood.Mr. birthdays of their mother an
,
'
help the
': get right person in a former Nooatee resident
." ;" : 1J: .*"I" during the summer Mrs the right place. Mr. Daniels the group broke tap into committees They were joined envoute Hughes is now serving father. He, too, is dead.
for workshop given and Barbecue chicken and rib
Frank Rumaey, resigned a said that women should attend a home by some friends from with the Coast Guard
'
:j.,> '... .. *",' '. ...) ; :" treasurer and that the Board City Council meetings over to drafting plans for the Orlando and went to Natchez stationed in Alaska. with all the fixings furnisht
: 'to : her coming biennium from the i the delicious: noonday meal
.t' ,,I" with regret accepted re. Schcol Board meetings Coun. Miss and New Orleans, La. After he retires
: signation. and then appointedMrs. Commisisoners i At 12 o'clock: : noon the group Coast Guard, Mr. and Mrs I The afternoon was spent
ty
... meetings, to This was the Skates first tripto
'\
.; I Bryan Campbell as the find out the problems these adjourned to Griffin's ResUu-- New Orleans, aad Hughes plan to make their looking at colored: movies "

:,.,.;.&.......:..... '.A'........... new treasurer. ,Mrs. Whidden officials have, and to find out rant on Highway 27 for a dull- Joie dit very much. they.en. home in LaBelle.Lingerie the previous five reunions .in,

Mr and Mrs. Michael I Toler I Jr. thanked the year book commit. U 'they are properly handlingthe clous luncheon then' back to taking pictures of this one

Ue for the new year books, job. lie praised officials the original meeting place to that they can have them t

Miss Reid Is petals. and the grounds committee for who sacrifice a great deal of I conclude: plans and report to Soridra Bennett Shower look at next year.

The bride's mother was their work during the sum. their time to public works and the total group on committee Guests also spent part "

Bride OfMichael dressed in a navy blue after mer months. She then called are not properly appreciated.lie activities and recommendations. : their time In the spaciou

noon dress, with an''ovcrsklrt attention to the beautiful new asked "Do ;you know what's Celebrated 17th For BrideelectMiss swimming pool.

Toler of ctilffon.! She wore matching lectern or small podium stand, going on and do you analyze The program study theme One hundred and four rtatlves

!t. accessories, and a white car. donated to the club by W, L.Mattison thoroughly for the public good, for 1984-63 will be changing Bettl Barnwell. bride- and conections wer
Ogden the
>Saturdays: October was scene nation corsage.!' The groom's and made by him of or do you make your decisions patterns In other cultures. BirthdayMiss elect of Guerry Parker was there from all over Horm"
JOth li
a.m. ef the at mother. wore a beige lace dress beautiful wood. Thf work. to comply with your own scl- Of the twenty-nine mem. given a lingerie shower. Mon. Alabama and Georgia and

Gerry Held and wedding Michael of Toler Miss over taffeta with matching ac. manshlp Is very exquisite. The fish Interest and desires?" I ben present from Hardee Sandra Bennett celebrated day night of last week by Mrs. few from other states.

Jr of Mlilml. Tile bride .la the cesiorics. Her corsage was of president said that the club Mr .Daniels went Into detail Highlands and DeSuto cou**. her "seventeenth birth Sandy Lewis Howze. The par.
daughter white. carnations. had needed this for a longtime on some of the projects ties were the following from 4[toy" Anniversary Tuesday ty was given at the home of
dUf'Jd' of Mr and Mrs. Gra- Richard Kveham. of Miami. and asked the secretary: that the Chamber of Commerce Arcadia: Miss Louise Johnson, night Oct. fl with a party at the hostess mother. Mrs. J. D.
of ARCADIA FIRST
Cleveland Florida SHOP
served Mr. Mat.. Mrs. Susie Brewer Mrs. Martha Lake Katherine. '
to
and the a. best man. Tummle to write a letter are working on at this Lewis S. Hernando Ave.
granddaughter erf Mr.
II, II. head= of Ft Platt of Miami served as usher. tlson thanking him In behalf time Mobley Miss Alma Mur. The group enjoyed a Wiener The living room was de.
Ogden and
the late Immediately following the of the entire' membership. phy. Mrs Willye Noland Miss and Marshmallow roast with corated: with silver and white
Mr. Reid. Mr. Toler In concluding: : his remarks,
t. wedding a reception Was held Placing: the Womsns Club i ranees Iooser, Miss Ella Rails. all the fixings. The birthday wedding bells and other w..' the con of Mr. and Mr he asked Club what
In 'Jhe church: parlors. Arrange. name on the Community sign' women ;Mrs. Georgia Rayborn and cake was decorated with pink ling decorations.The .
Michael: Toler, Sr. of Miami. their general ttitude towards f J "
.
Ii9
menta of discussion and Mrs. Marilyn Boone.. yellow and blue. ck
The Reverend Jesse Gil. pink and green car. came up for I h e Chamber of Commerce I' guest list Included: twen. } 1
breath nations, '__nd palms were .used the ''Club votvd to not spend Mrs. Lester Bennett, assist ty very close friends of the fehi i
"
performed the double. was. and urged that when the
In the reception room. The the money for It at this time.Mra. ed by Mrs. Don ld Dewey and honor guest.
ring ceremony In a Betting brides'': tabje Chamber makes a move for Arc. Ext. Home Mrs .Elizabeth: Hammock I} \ !
were In I
o( palms and bpskets of pink waa beautifullyappointed Whldden called attention the community good after hard The evening was spent
and with an imported I to the Fall. District meet. hostesses for the'eveninJ;:. conversation: especially re.
grven carnutrons Traditional study and analysis' to pleaaonot :
wedding music was pre. lace Cloth over linen. Punch log whlcti will. be held In Ft. pick up your marbles and Makers Club MetThe Among the guests' attending miniscing about the jobs and .. .
and cake were served ; and urged were Sandra Bennett, honor I. Tabulations of high school
atrntofl< the reception hour by Mrs. Lib. as many aa 'could to attend guest Lynn Ruskin Joel Cor. I days. .
plimist. and Mrs Alton Lan. agree but stay in there Arcadia Extension HomeMakers vti.:
ier. and daughter Miss Sylvia by Reid. Peggy !teed. MI. Syl. Cars wig Ate available for and pitch and maybe the next Club met at the homeof Icy, Diane Montgomery Kay Mrs. lIowze served punch. .J13m

Lanier soloists. via Lanier, and Miss Lynda everyone to have a tide Con.: time YOU might be on the Mrs. F. F. Rhode on Mon. Nell Ziglar Buddy Turner party sandwiches made in the
Wilson. tact either Mrs. Whidden or Ray Coker Sue and Lew Baa. of mints
<
Given In marriage by her majority side.Mrs. shape wedding bells
day. Sept. 28. at 3:OO
father the bride was radiantIn The bride chose a pink ahan. Mra. Weekley'so that your re. u.196" ; IJr. Tom E. Capell Mike Coch.: and nuts. O..M ... _y -
tung Leltner thanked the p.m. w 11 n iiiteen members .. ._ _.
a gown of white satin de. suit with matching ac. servatlon may be sent In for ran and Dianne Kelly.BIRTHS. -- --- -
speaker for his timely re. present. Mrs. W. M. Town
crasorlea, and small luncheon. ticket. All the
signed' with rmptrv waist floor f her corsage your larks, and said that she hoped send Club president presided.Mrs. REMINDERIt Whai can tell her so1 wellas
com wedding Oflfcers will
length bell aklrt and train. Her the bouqu.twhen State Federation, '. dub! Members would get bet. Keyea was elected Sec. Flowers?
shoulder length veil was held couple left for a attend. ter Informed on local affairs, retary to replace Mrs. O. D. Is not too late to )Join the
by a bandeau of white velvet sorts.wedding trip to Florida re. I Mrs. George Leltner.?, Public and participate: more. Langford who resigned.Th ADULT & TEEN.AOE

leaves. She carried a white Affairs chairman prefaced her first Item of Interestwas I BALLROOM DANCE
prayer book topped with a bou. The bride la a graduate of Introduction of the guest' the announcement 01 the CLASSESheld wic'i
Charlotte County High school WMU of every Wednesday at 4u'e..
quet of pink carnations and and attended Duslnesa school speaker by quoting Service{th tA. i Calvary new name for the Club long the Woman Club in Arcadia
sweetheart Public
roses. ceases
soon aa
known as Arcadia Home De. ALso CHILDREN'S Tap.
Miss Mary Reid sister l of In Miami. I to be' the chief business of Baptist Church monstraUon Club. Mrs. Pos. Mr. and M... Lance Whld. Ballet Acrobatic. Boy's

the bride, was maid of honor. The groom Is a graduate of the etUaeiM. and they would telle Dawsey Home Demon. den of Wauchula announce the Class Ladies Physical

She wore a rose.tatfeU dress, Miami High School and Is rather .serve with their money Will Meet 'Mon. Strallon 'Agent said that the birth of a can. William Lance Fitness

fashioned floor lengib. with now employed /With the, Bell thai .with rthelr J r....'the agents) .af on would also have Whldden on Thursday Oct. 8. Conducted by

matching accessories! Her' buu. Telephone Company' In Mlaml. state ianotJf sr It$'m u.c: ;(a'U'* The Women's Missionary a.neWn' *>rne. The organization Theiyoung man ta the grand Mr. and Mrs.

duet was of paid green carna. where the, Vouple will That knowing lh. abort wee Union of Calvary Baptist' Is celebrating Its 50th year of son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack. Do. EARL ATKINSON r
lions. make their I 'ntl'Oduc.ct'
home 0 h nDanl.la.
true sib service' ; star
church will be held' at the I
Eleanoria Platt nicer of the Among the out of town Executive: Secretaryof : church Monday. Oct 19th. at Another change In the oper. r

grom, was flower girl She guests attending the weddingwere the Drfioto County Cham 7:30: slings of 4.11 Clubs which -' .-
pm.
was dresed In a row taffeta Mr. and Mrs. Alfred ber of Commerce, to ten of would be removed from the '" ,. ...
dress, and carried' a pale Women help Arcadia All ladles of the church are
green Reid children Alfred. Bruce, how can public schools and put on a c
bucket filled with pink roseARTHRITIS.RHEUMATISM and Terry Ann. II( Dradenton; and peSolo County to be a urged to attend this and alii1mIn. community basis, and making
of the WMU. Theofficers
Mr. and Mrs. Paul HI<
Mr and Mrs. Parker Hlckman, Daniels first Mid that need and deserve sup. girls Instead of two separate r*. :
port. and member. owe It to ::
Do cUlm MkJ. JiMible" talk maleEil daughter Linda and grandson Public Affair waa divided In. j i themselves to learn more .. organizations. The Club will -, i : :
Larry. Mrs. Phyllia Hartfleld.and Health-Welfare and Safetyof Bazaar In Novemberfor ;
Jowbt ,pott CM 'get any relief to bout the main goals of the sponsor a
IthdlMT" OJ. rtwtHTMlW ......, Mrs. Libby Reid all of people. That the health of,I I Church what la being done beenflt of the 4.11 Clul>>.
IOU STANIiACK uMcti. or 70STANflACK Miami; Mr and Mrs. L. A. ,a community depended on the After the business meeting
about and the vastlness
It. of
powders asses tlirvcteJ Platt of Ft. Myerst; JoI,... Til./ ;water sewage, hospitals. med.Ictne. Mrs. Dawsey prentNA
the task that lie ahead.
If THU Ju not gel relief: rrrurn thewnimj ton ,and daughter Paula of among other things; and i iWelfare Picture of the Activity and

watt he refund pert and*!.rue Sunb puchase ta CtNnfHiay.N price. Punta CJorda.; and V. A, Tynerof i on the Need of the)I' Interest of the Home Exten.

Arcadia fulfilled Jobs, etc 1 Steak Barbecue lion Program" after which
.. people
imIidor.e Co. .._ .. _.. ___ __ .
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Supper Sat. Niteat jects they In.would pref.- to ....
participate:
Mrs. Rhode served lovely .:),'
Church of GodThe
angel food cake with a drink '''.'$
O.'s'.lliiff' 1 made of calemondoa Juice. ..'11
members of the Churchof
God East Oak Street Arcadia GET A HUGE

!Mm .:. \: will serve a Steak Barbecue SHOP ARCADIA FIRST '

: supper Saturday night .
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: ., Oct. 17th. WALL

The supper will cost only a $1QOPORTRAITt1 1 1THREE
dollar and serving will startat '
Young Men's Lace Oxfords 1:30: pan. and last Until CHICKENIASKEY

all have been served.A .
Life Time Solo by Fortune $7.43 01'' IT
: good supper will be wait. ,YOUR a.-.. r
Ing for you SUtnrttay night.RONNIE'S .
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'. TILVBIT $1.00 d.'w .
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Fortune Loafer Type I ... .

let light : ..... '.. .
Champion Casual $7.45 : I your shine; donthkte I -

It under a bushel; not

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half
ewer a bushel.
With Slaw & Potatoes
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THE ARCADIAN; Arcadia Florida. Thursday. October 15, 1964 SeA:

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Bill and Phil; and returned ed by clinic for officer and Celebrated Arc.Garden Club support gave a spirited pica It is said that little chtfdren
home by Jacksonville secretaries. of work. After *er preserving the parks already .
for a few days visit with another lunch were three. Other dls.cussions established In certain are mirsors reflecting the Images -

son. Mr. and Mrs. Carl : 'The New .Luok" by Birthday With Met October 1 j parts of the city. An Incentive of those 'around them.PITCHING .
r@efid Phil. --- -- -------
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Sandu sons Mr
ky. Rickey George Clark. "Spanish should be created to influence

and Mark. Americans' by MT: Frank Arcadia Garden Club met I I full community" : participation

I Carwithwn. and "The Messageof Family ReunionThe at Garden Center on Thurs- I In flower planting for pleasure : I ?
Mr. and Mrs .Charles a.j Genesis and the Ufe With. I
t day. Oct. 1. l9tM. at 2.3O: p.m.. I 101. rrai.iimts and visitors alike.HuittvKscs .
I Arndt arrived Saturday from in" by :Mrs. J. T. Blalock. The family of A. L Smith I I with 39 members and visitor ,
for the afternoon Let
j j Howell t, Mich, and are ia theirwinter five discussions were from longtime resident of Arcadia'I'( preernt. Mrs. Violet While. the wore Mr.. Abbie HolllngsV.i I[ doctorformul.. stop It.

h- ( home on Mlzell Ave studies us\d In the Societies. had a family reunion on Me184th new President conducted thebusiness I rth. Mrs. Harold Wilcox' -, I. Zemo speeds soothing relief to .*..
i For several years now Mr. Three hundred Society members Birthday Anniversary: I session tcmaily causal itthing i of sesame
The
member
ld r*. George< Cavas spent I where they had spent the past : and Mis. Arndt have spent sixmonths were reported attending i I The event wan held on Sun- I pl.ased by the latent 1m- I II !\Ii'll. E. C. Planck Mrs. Fan. II i minor! rashes. skirMmlstions. noopotMxuxn -
| were
Thursday of last week in Sarasota four months. Dr. Morqus said i, of Uu year in Howell. the two sessional., I I day. October 4th at the ho.neof I prove.nent at Garden Center: I II I I fir Writt. Mrs. Carlos Sharp i j nerve endings.I Insect KJNmIGomotsurface t bites m peseositizee

having her eyes treated. that Uvj weather was unusually and- and six months in Arcadia. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith the finished ceiling of white I and Mrs J. F. Murphy. Refreshments II terrnO aids healing.%."Ds-taJ ..I

god all summer long in I I L & E Club Met in Orlando. 'o tiles and the news that it was !' of punch and : skin with Zemo.Liquid Ointmeot.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. had delightful stay
(Buddy) they a I Mr. and Mrs. Jay Garnet I all paid for. With [ I Quick; relief or your hooey beck I
I Harward. Jr. returned home the summer' home in the moun and daughter Lori of Avon I A wonderful spread of buffet one more I homemade' rookies were esi-
Sunday, from a week's stay at tains. I i food including homemade,I major project th.* at in. toyed -- -
I Park pent the weekend with 0 With Mrs. Dobson ,
I lahlng the floor the Club .
Siesta Key Beach Sarasota. icecream and cake was en- --- -- -
his parenta. Mr. and Mr. J I '
)They are living on the Welles Mr. ed Mrs. Julian Millerof Harley Garner. Mr. Garner. o j Jot ed from long titles placed will have Its building finish I'!j I YOU CAN I II
I The L ft C Club met Wednesday under ed and ready for furnishings{
the oaks the ,
huge ,
Road between on
HW 17 S. and from Friday '
Tampa spent recently retired as a Lt. in the I
Oct. and accessories. The Club
afternoon. 7th. at
I backyard lawn .f the Smith's RELIEF FROMHEADACHE
Hull.
: until Monday visiting with Air Force, ha accepted a pos '
the home of Mrs. O. D. Dob- lovely home. I I numbers pl'2n to attend a
Mr. Miller's parents Mr. and itien in the Avon Elementary with Mrs. Cutupbell meeting of District 9 Fort
at
son. j I
Bryaa (
Darrell Holland of Ft. My.ers Mrs. W. B. Miller. I school in Avon Park. !! PAIN
I' I serving as a co-hostess Following the luncheon Mr. Myers with luncheon" at the
spent Wednesday and, i __
with Mrs. Dobson. Smith opened gifts given him Yacht Club .on Oct. 18th. STANBAftK( gives you PA9T relief
Thursday: of last week with I i t I
Mr. and Mrs. Chesterfield Mrs. D. R. Gettincer ncturn- This was the first meetingof for the octoslon by his 111m lay.I l11..t.I' fi-cm pima of) headsets neuralgia,
Guest
his i speakers of the
parents Mr. and Mrs. ,
\ I H. Smith and son Chet. of ed home Friday from Sarasota: the new club )year.. and the Mrs. Smith was honored with | neuritis. and minor puns of adhnls'rheuinahsm. !
Grover Holland. beg were Mr. H. L.. lIultaendOl'I
Bartow visited relatives here where she hud spent the part Btt STANBAtKcentsiss
i I I few year books were given several gifts "because we low uc
three weeks recuperating from ''' and Mayitr P. P. Spevr several mediuily-epprovtd
Sunday.Mr. too"
out showing that the programs you and shared the hott- 1
Dale Whitney of Jackson a fall when she broke the fc for the cover diversity ors. Mr. llolUmdur/ I local florist and prescribed ingrtdienti far fait f
year
Michigan has arrived in Arcadia i I mur in her right leg. and nurser)man. discussed aj I relict you can take STANBACK with
and Mrs. Van Wilson of subjects including drana.uterature. ,
' and !is located at the I I 0 All of Mr. Smith's family:,' bcaulificatinit: project of plantIng '; confidence. Satisfaction cuarantetdl I'iThe .
I' arrived Saturday from Laban- music religion, and 4
Arcadia Motel on the Nocatee on, Ind. and are again i locatedfor 'I Mr*. Vera Bawler returned .sa.1.The. were present. They were sons ,; annuals throughout the $75MisCKrayraoe
I' Road. He plans to stay for :I the winter months in their home !Sunday from a two Mr. and Mrs." Herman Smith city, mentioning petunias in i
six months. weeks visit with Mrs. A. J. Wednesday programwas 0 Orlando hosts and Mr. and particular because they are tyo.o
home. 219 Brevard Avenue. Music. "Music I wr SoIUnjr Story for
on in thebest
1 I i' Bcres on Sagamore Dca.h.Cap Mrs. Durward Smith. Arcadia; easy to cultivate and are cold I
Ur. Wilson said they had a '' Kodel In llhuse.
sense does not require resisten Mr. Speer, always'
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mott and Cod. Mass. daughters Mrs. Ben (Grace)
,u Mr.\. and Mrs. Grover Holland'I wonderful; summer and M rtoxeky; nay. the older it I.. Edwards and Mr. '' Edwards of' a ready speaker. though protesting ..

pont Tuesday in Sarasota. ', had pictures to prove the state. i Mr. and Mrs. Ben Recall e4 4nd the more we are accustomed Jacksonville; Mrs. Harold that he had only come'' qII
o ment. lie had one picture ta. te It, the Its ef I '
greater: I.orall
Wet 1 (Dorothy) Garner and Mr. to give HulUcitdovf 305 255 691 fat
I Buckhar nun. Va. arriv-
4th of
: ken in the July parade o feet. Mrs.
J A. Latimer read
Mrs. Clyde Elliott of Jacksonville :I driving hi* favorite horse with ed early last week and arc Garner Arcadia, Mrs. Coy a.-- .. ,
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The 'and -
and Mrs. Nell Brooks located for the winter monthsin a paper on origin (Marjerte) Pagan and Mr. Fa. I -
and
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him sitting;: In the sulky meaning of Folk Music Mrs.\.
to Edison Ga., were weekend the DcSoto ; gang Arcadia, Mrs. Bonnie
Apartment
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. I I I wearing a huge; Indian hat West Oak St. on Calvin Martin played tapes to MrUowuit. Mr. Smith's nephew SHOP ARCADIA I I i
with all the feathers. illustrate the three types of I
pdum. 1 I I Rufus Smith and his QrFIRST
I Folk Music and discussed Hob
, t f Mr. and Mrs. W. a. Tlnsfcy daughter Mrs. Avery Mills, Headquarters
Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Me. Dylan who Is the most import
Mr. and Mrs. wad
;
Harley Casidy I were business visitors In Sarasota son Terry. Grandchildren
I Guire left to-day for Coluin- j(I ant American writer and, sing. I'
arrived Thursday of last week Friday of last week. and great.grandchildren at.
from Lafayette Tenn. Mr s.Casidy's bus Ohio i to spend c week I I I er o( Folk musk to; become tending were Mr and Mrs. LOWE BROTHERS PAINTS I Thbt tag Identities q.aUty
'
conducts'an fabrics wHh Model the
while Dr. McGuire kaawn ta the last
I twenty <
two brothers 1>lr. andMrs. i Jimmy Colin. and sou Jim
at the M.E. Ch. Women iy>lyeter fiber deveisped l > by,
I. D. Eller. Sr.. and Mr.I I Evangelistic! meeting I: years. ;1 Mr. and 1\1rs. Eddie: Garner SUPERKEMTONE KEM-GLO kJitman to k ep elottiee
nd Mcs C. D. Eller and other Church of the Nazarene. They The hostesses served a dell.I!i children Dan and Michelle. looking new. Only fabrics 1
clfctivcs.I will then e to visit their chil Att. Dist. MeetSarasota clous salad plate to -the foK Mr. and Mrs. Donald' Collier RUD & BUFF METALLIC PAINTS I that are certified to meet

I' dren. In Pontiac Michigan lowing members" : Mrs. C. D. and son 1>onIr! and Mrs. Eaitman textile quality starvdards

I Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Eller. Sr. I they will spend a few days Di.klc'VoJJ1an's Bering. Mrs. David Wayne TlrVprelll. Mr. and Mrs. ANTIQUING KITS I can wear It. !
with Reverend and Mrs. Society of Christian Service available team Kattmao.
i sons Mrs. B. U DavU.
carried their house guests. Mr. Billy Norton children Robin
and Mrs Harley Casidy ofLJIfiy.tte. James G. McGuire and Mr.I and Wesleyan Service Guilt Holloman. Mrs. It.: L: 1JJ'owdU'1'and Do.nnl..I.u'ann!\ McGowan. -
louses
I! and Mrs. Wm. Marshall Me. w i i held two day meetings atV..nice Mrs. Henry Lanler. SEC CROWS FOR PAINT . $3.95
Tenn.. atxnt the and Debbie and Gary F.
weekend in Orlando visiting Guire ;wlll then go to Ho well.I;! Grace Methotftst' church Laiiiner. Mr*. S. .... ... .. gan. Dresses . $9.95

{with the Eller children, : Mr.'end 'I Mich. to visit a daughter Mrs.' and Bowling Green Methudls Calvin Martin\ : Mrs.'W. t=. CROW Paint And Furnaces
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Paul Llddjll and ftcv. Ridctl; Church on Wednesday Sept Mc.1
Mrs. James Eller. children ] 1 Anly. Mrs. Lloyd Ryals. Mrs. Frank Winchester, mo.
Mrs. Richard Rig and Mr. 30. 1964 and Thursday. Oct I. J. A. Simmons I LESSIES INC.
: immy. Rickey and Tina MaTie ther of the hostess, and Mrs. i
; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jor.dan. RISK of Spring Lake. Mich.respectively.I 1 Those attending, Treadwell. Mrs. .1.)1.D'j| Herman Smith were also spec- 112 West Oak Street WA 9-2321 I ,
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children Tommy and Ro. j They plan to be gone for two' the Venice meeting were Mrs. well III. and Mr*. Jphn York. lal gue.... 110 W Oak St. ARCADIA

fin_ ana! ana : Lnula I I weeks. i Raymond Hayes Mrs. Sarah --------------------.-___ _____ _________ .._n.__
; AIr. Mrs. Paul
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Miss Bertie Attendingthe
iLana Turner. Mrs. Evelyn Church of Tarn
Ipa I spent thj weekend aaguests Bowling Green meeting

T*:- Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Morqus i iijreterned I ; of Mr. and Mrs. Charles were Mrs. John H. Treadwell
Sr.. Mrs. John A. Simmons and
I McGee 520 North Hillsbero
home Wednesday of
4 ;(.ijast. week from Juaaluska. N.C. Avenue. Mr. Church is a for. i I Mrs. J .C. Kendrick. tHIN LINe .
mer resident of Arcadia.Dr. I I Both programs opened .t
[ 9: IS wth Song Service follow. *'. '

r p ---I t fed by -Call to Order" at 9.30: GAS ,
CALLING ALL and Mrs. C. P. Sandtisky '
by Mrs. fcHinton Wlne nd. Dis. coMtourrtCIRCUiATINO
HOME MAKERS returned home Saturday from I tsict President Pastor. 15ev. 1 .LMS. 1. M 01aJ11. .
a two weeks vacation with' flhtc .r,... a Il iwlrA
E. L .DinkIns and Rer. E. Jay HIATIIUe
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relative Tltiy spent a few .
F By A. C. Pelk. Jr. i Halter of the .host churches, .
days" in Lakeland with their ..**.. .. .M..4e
WHY YOU SHOULD son. Dr. and Mrs. Harry San. made the opening prayer w*.* All .e.es O..

I DEAL. WITH US !I I dusky soul family; went tu'I" In the gave morning inspiring carton talks twospeakers SAn DfttMOAMIICONOMKAi :. tit.. S
: Havana for a few days visitwltn 3= = 38'
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1 4. + 'j bwciaoing dy Uteme of x' '.
TIh sth!the a dftuVhter ?lfnl.Y. I. edtb.to' '"""
fine "furniture Williams Mr Williams aid a New Age."' YS.OOOftTU 0s? oru s10H >'' ;
sores in the area Mr*. Junior E. Avers spokeon Llttlo OUnt > 7JYOr :=:. .....: .'.69.

why should. youdeal "The Church's Mission Among wUtlncj .U.

with us? All CMsVtlMt* New Nations. If any. .:::4't. Oil M...t.r A..n. : Pew. IMS A Week
t For one thing .I.IP1(1. one has wisndered whether the f
we never losesight I.?...) s saturl guru eetutal ., lQ.atiaeeln
I misslonsry's Itfe or the church cIAaauaaa.ere

tfest of it the Is you fact DE SOTO member's money .has been was. + etf,; ..._ a.,.. .a....SfN :
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.u r customer ted over all the past year in I' L rrr-..... re w" w... f1 t
who keeps us In business' ands l Un undeveloped areas 01 Africa 40.OOX STU 37
therefore try a little harder I 'I and Asia when viewingthe :,!1 : 129" 144" AOIANTNIATI 15810

to please you. knowing tnat I tofu MON.a behavior of these people .kea11W. w. ..... .L..A Wis5 i ,

a satisfied customer is better taut usaiataa.tT by the media ..
as presented news
,Ay IOri O.wn f 1.40 A WeekUtiia
than a full page ad In the I ln. aWMN this
discussion In
newspaper.We want you to deal with feral TI .. the n,'aIlU_. We were answer remind ITitjn .......... I
ist I : Oft IMS'WTO' .
us because we sincerely l appreciate cd again that Christ Instructed: .
your patronage and werecognize "Co. ye. Into all the world and '169'
the great importance: iIIR1IWi preach the gospel" and "Upoai :
customer loyalty. 'this rock will I build my l t saes....M-M* .... ...e. /.. ,l..taN.M '
CT Realising that customer !rOOd S..N.e1..91 33.0 0 BIO 30 4
('hunhn- people willhave *
ill must be earned, we know T IAOIANfHfAU, _
to aaeure leadership In
'that it is simply a matter of -
hood business to give you that their new nations but will con. KS KIK8SEME HEATERS --- :=MM* *73.

'estra- service and attention times to need our help flna,,. ..
which will make you want to M r01Sti1 w.a. 1 11111i dally. What hare we actually I'SOO.IU I OH Pewn 1.71 A Week.
cal with us. ? HALIL done? FUty percent of Ute ed. 1 UtNICHIATI tPS.
ot course there .Is also he 1 oration. of the African lead .. Ceehlfff 1_.

Matter nf competitive prices.Well v EI'I I ers ef today came frown the '' "MOMNiROOM ,
made and wen styled furktlture 31'S Perfection I
schools. HEATERSe ,
mission Poverty seal i
and courteous and helpful PLUSACTION
service, which) are all Important Illiteracy yet must be eradl.rated. I .IfK ....11.1.A.... roe l AM .oo<.CKAM.ur
factor in ruse plan I tomake PACKED! 1ODOWN.IMAWIIUM < ,
you want to deal with us. Mr*. Jensi Macdonald spoke
Please pay u. a visit. We re on -United State fUspofuiteil.lly 1 /',//OCt' ;f/fl MMaal Melt Mgane 111uM '!"-
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knew you will like doing lush la A World Community .t VVNf fO eoenesa iii:s e

Hi with us. New Nations. HKe said the ADIANT GAS HEATERS '17"A4 f "L .
oew nationare net fining i
AMCAOIA STORE i iMUSICrUHNITUMC toward Communism. n r. .. ,_....... w............... rooeoq a/a....A4 ...... -

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'FARM & HOME 'Outlook Good -

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,For 1964-65 R.. L Price Correct

Citrus trees are generally in

NEWS the best condition since the Mrs. Edith Bethblossorn Box es one anymore. At 84 he is

freeze of December, 1962. DOR. Arcadia was the lucky J '| still) very active and shows his
t Weather factors and lavish guesser this week a; he cam ace but little. The only con
From the office of LESTER HATCHER. County Agricultural 1 caretaklng. have greatly in ad Mr. R. L. Price. North cession he makes to grewing

-- _____, ,, Agent, and as POSTELLE a public service DAWSEY.to DeSoto Home Demonstration Growers. Agent,,, creased bearing surface and, Polk street, as the Mystery I older is a slight deafness .
accelerated productivity. AlthQugn Man. Her card was drawn and I and he makes up for that by i I

,. .., hurricanes Dora and was correct so she will receive I .a giving clew attention to the I
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especially Cleo did cause con a three-months subscription s r Itr person speaking
sJUerable fruit loss, vety little tu The Arcadian. ------
Grasshopper Growers Self- Split Citrus Is Ag Conservation tree damage was incurred.I The mystery man was R L II -
; : The rains brought to citrus Price who lives on North RADIATOR
Control In Help To areas by the hurricanes were Polk Street. lie was born in
StopGrove "Local ProblemBy
Program, 1965Announced most beneficial. Edgefield County. South Car,
.
Cover TheftsBy The increased set of fruit olina, February 12 1880 and CLEANINGand
CropsBy Leslie Hatcher HereBy this season except on Tangelos moved to Florida in 1911 lie
"I V ,> Reports of citrus fruit splitting is reflected in the considerably I worked around the state at
Leslie Hatcher Lea B..slnfl.r particularly on dooryard smaller size fruit than at this 'some of the then large sawmills ,
+ The drying and chopping: of I 1-Try to check or have your trees, have been numerous this J. C. Baird time a year ago. There are that were cutting the
cover crop may cause craw grove checked regularly. year. The exact cause of split The Agricultural Conservation only very small amounts of large stands of virgin pine REPAIRINGGUARANTEED
hoppers and plant bugs to move I 2-Ite curt to your Sheriffs ting is not known. Drought Program for 196S will again late bloom on most varieties. and cypress.
to citrus. Parathion or mala- office at once if anyone has followed by a rainy period encourage farmers to Shift from Some splitting Is occurlng::, but lie came to DeSoto County'In
thion will 'give excellent: control |I been In your grove or if any. particularly in early fall, is a production of surplus crops to at the present time it is not 1019 to work for the Wiloxei e
and may be used up to 14 thing of a suspicious haturo typical season for splitting. conserving land uses, and to excessive. Lumber Company and
day from harvest. has happened in your grove. It is thought that the rind ,I establish practices for conservation Harvest was only about ten :And later to Arcadia where H. L. PRICE WORK
On non-bearing trees toxa-I 3-If your grove Is in an cells become hardened during I of soil water, woodland, per cent of last year to October no still lives. I / -
phone aldrin or dielclrin Is ef- !isolated; area, would be a good: the dry period and are unable I I and wildlife where needed, int. but Is ex Dec ted to increase lie has no relatives in Flor-
fective. These materials have tuna to fence and keep gates [ to expand rapidly enough when [according te Eme.y Williams, rapidly as fruit meets ida, but has two brothers ando j[ tables. Being clever with his I Pick Up and Delivery
hands he i is able to make si-
rertuln" restrictions as to waiting locked. growth is resumed. Chairman, Agricultural Stabilization the maturity standards. r sisters in South Carolina. I j
and j; Splitting can occur when and Conservation State most any item he wants. And i MEYERRADDXTOR
period
tolerances
when 4-1'1'1' to get tag number of He was married in 1940 and '
used on bearing In there .is a deficiency of copper Committee. COMMISSIONERSContinued j he still makes a little money
trees.
They anyone your grove area, and has no children. '
should not be \used on bearing) report same to your sheriff --often known as amrnonlation The State has been allocated ( from Page 1) His hobby .is building .things sharpening he has saws. a trade I SERVICE '
trees unless all restrictions can: office at once.5Notice I -or other elements necessary $3.211,000 in program funds Avant permission to purchasea > swings, outdoor furniture, | plied since his sawmill{ 1// One Block North ef
days.
be met. Read labels and follow your neighbor'& to plant growth. this year to help carry out conservation new typewriter for his office Oak Ridge' Cemetery
the Instruction carefully. grove for any activity: that Young trees suffer from splitting practices on farms. use afar he informed the I When he was a young man PHONE. WA 9-1341 i
Tbey are for your protection. might Indicate stealing or tres more than mature trees, The Chairman explained that board that the present type EXPANSION' SALE he was clever: with the violin :
passing. Try to get tag number and some varieties are more inclined the 1963 State coat.sharing program I I I writer was 13 years old. (Continued from but says that he seldom touch. >I, J
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to split than others. I I : Page 1)) --------
If possible. has been formulated Bond
Report same for Richard Cobb to i iI --- -
Remove Mildew ana to be
It's too late to eligible for theprizes ; -
at once to your Sheriff's off tee, prevent splitting within the national program be a part.Um4t deputy sheriff i !
6..-Be sure In the current crop. Splitting authority to include practices I II' I aU necessary to be done '
you are dealing was approved and the inventory to I' SAVEBUY
s register.
Mod GrowthBy ; with a reputable citrus dealer can be lessened in future I' which will best meet the con- I I bur the. contents of the The
I when you sell your fruit crop. crops by applying a balanced servation problems of Florida. Ft. Ogden school 'listed by store was opened 181 FACTORY DIRECT
years ago; by Frank Nazzaro
PosUlfe Dawsey 7-Do not let pickers harvesting fertilizer-containing the necessary This is done annually by an ; Superintendent: of Public Ill.t't.uction I
minor elementIn I and his wife the former Alien Protection from Sun, Rain,
Hems Demonstration Agent your crop park theirvehicles proper ACP Development Group com : Hugh Flanders, was
i iI Self daughter of
old
When clothing'. and household i in the grove they are amounts and by watering posed of the ASC Slate Com- accepted. The school board DeSoto pioneer an Hurricanes
trees in time of drought I family. They
picktag.ft during mlttee of the'
fabrics are attacked by mildew representatives will also deed the Ft. Ogden have five children
fait action Is needed. Remove -Do not let picking' crew Its fruit growing season I Soil Conservation Service and 1 school to the county to be Sherry. 13: Teresa.: 13 Linda; Maria 17. ;, by EwV'IEWi '

mildew spots a. soon as they harvesting your fruit, leave Federal and State Forest Service j maintained as a community 11; and Alicia 9. They resideat
are" dlntuve'retl.' Don't give the picked fruit in boxes on the ASC Members In foresters advised by others 'center. 200 N. Hickory street.

mold growth chance to weaken ground or loaded fruit in your with conservation Interests i Commissioners took under Staten Island. New York, Ray-0-Lite Fiberglass
or rot the material ISrush grove at night You will have I Jax For State County A C P Development stuuy a map presented by Arcadia :Staten: Island Ne wYork, came came I :i Awnings
pff to have this understandingwhen Groups will soon be formuUt- Mayor P. P. showing
any surface growth out- Speer here after liuvlncr th. ....-ul-..
doors to prevent KcattrrlnK the you sell your fruit. I Moot This Week Ing the county programs live miles of city roads requiring -. where he served-' Aluminum Awnings
as an under
fnlldcw atl r>n.* nil ,t.11. ../ 'P"II ---- -"" --- throughout the State In the
In re-surfacing which he Aluminum
!! spores. the house. 1------ :: water demolition expert. Siding Carports
Sun and air or equipment 'to"u;'; : +1I ( tame manner. requested repaired out of the ,
fabric your I
thoroughly
r I J. C. Baird County OfficeManager The couple Join in welcoming .I Cabana Roofs Utility Sheds
tf and mildew spots remain, I Itr.at grove at 'once to your Sheriff's I I for the As in previous years, farmer-"County's secondary road funds. friends I
washable,articles as described I office and to your Fruit Protection Agricultural elected ASC Committees will The Board also heard -from and neighbors to 1 Call 955-8391 Collect
below Uryclean' nonwanhable Division P.O. liox 80, I I Service Stabilization reported and Conservation that administer the program. The I the State Road Department that stcre visit and their to newly expended I Free Estimates S. LOUIS' DeFERRARI t
today register for the I
articles. Lakeland, Florida. I I Soil Conservation 4tf.OOO borrowed by the department
Service the
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I he and members of the ASC I many prizes that will be given Years to Pay 2361 12th Street Sarasota
t Wash mlldew- tAlnrd articles 1O! -Contact your Sheriff and +i County Committee attended an Florida Forest Service and the from, DeSuto secondsry away. I
at once with soap and water. talk to him about your prob I ASCS State Conference In Florida Fr..hw.terFlah and funds would be replaced. ------ ------. .
Rinse well and dry In run; If lems.. You will find that h.I I Jacksonville this week. Game Commission are responsible .this year. I--! -- q- -
any stain remains bl.adwiLh 'can help your* Members of the ASC Cbunty I(' for technical phases of i I A call: meeting has been set II
lemon Juice and salt ludLum; I I I 11"'X'htP.bove' type cooper- I Committee attending were D. certain practices. A list of i f to open sealed bids on the new I
I I BedroomGRouPs
perborate bleach, or a 'dilute f Mlon will lie a great help to LN Thigpen James D. Brewer. approved ACP practices-for county trucks on October SOth. ;
solution of sodium Fruit which the program will again at V a.m.. pending public call:
hypuchlorlte: your Protection DivlalonIolut".I' Calvin C, Uoggess, and J, C. I
or other household and cover approximately' half the for such bids. I '
chlorine Central Intelligence lialrd. I for TEENAGERS..STl>DEHTSM.YOUNG MARRIEDSThere'
bleach. I I nufesu. In their all'nut The conference, which beganat cost-will be available at the _
Moisten stain with a mixtureof effort trt protect your property.At"t 940 a.m. on Tuesday October "-I ASCS county offices as soon as REWARD CHECKS I
lemon Juice<< and sail Spread 13 and ran through Wednesday I the county programs are devel. I I'I ,(Continued from Page 1) artistry in simplicity which i air well expressed In all of the groups

In sun to bleach. Rinse ,thoro> nd afternoon on October oped. said Sheriff Helton. shown here. Kach one i.t I adaptable {rood looking and of obvious' qualityof
".htytlneS/ dl'JU... this. treatmerU church I 14, was attended toy: ASCft Co I In announcing tht- national "I believe that In the coming workmanship, ; and material Which style do you prefer they're all

with ears tin colored I r S'unday unly Office Managers and County I' ACP for SOth program season the cooperation between goad value and ,are priced to fit your budget-. -_ ....i..,.
fabrics : !' Committeemen from allover year-Secretary of Agriculture I the Sheriffs Departments
;,- .- -.- -- ---..- -------- __ .-- _._ _____ __ I. the State The Hubert I Freeman ...adrh.: .. will be even more elfectlve ,
tiR'PERSOMLIZED, Meyer Hotel In downtown program, which reaches into T both as a dcterrant
TO Jacksonville was headquartersfor every State and agricultural and aa an efficient: Instrument I
r the conference.The county. Is playing an Increasingly for surbing lawlessness.1*
purpose of the confer* Important role In our efforts The Sheriff added It's I
ence was to bring the county to Improve rural areas worth noting that this extra
office managers amt committeemen not only In their physical environment effort in behalf of our cMrus I
up-to-date on the latest but also In their- growers has been made with.
developments In the federal economic outlook. It is an Im- without 'any additional ...
.. farm programs they are I portant part of the ongoing pence to the taxpayers." I -r
& sible for administering reapon-I war against poverty I II. Itessenger-visited with Sher.
counties. Topic discussed Included "Rural lands are the source' iff Hoiton on 9th October to
the tobacco situation, I of nearly al) < the Nation's food 'discus plans for the 1M4.0S
ORDER FOR IMPRINTING NOW! personnel management trainIng ,I.and fiber but If neglected these I I I.a n. liessenger said he was
; procedures, and the conservation lands are also the source: of soil extremely pleased' with the re.
MASTERPIECE ,STUDIOS and land use pro- 1! erosion and silted streams. 1 suits in DeSoto County He
NEWBURY r"- BOXto grama. Work plans for all of The rum fields. where ACP la added. -The diligent effort of ,
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GUILD I r CARD the program administered i I I helping to promote conservat' 'Sheriff Hoiton and his Drpu. I
DAN RAY I ON DISPLAY' through the ASCS County Offices I i I Ion measures- contribute vitallyto 'I ties have made an important
were discussed.Trade clean. unable'water for the Contribution in the fight to
AL and NELL BRIDGES the day-today living s f our towns free our citrus people from the I .. i. ,
ARCADIA STATIONERS I and cities as well as for the costly burden of fruit thefts.

*. W... Oak.. ..tr....- ARCADIALORIDA' At Home! industry which provides employment I The Sheriffs in the citrus-pro: '
for their people. At during counties and the fine j'

I, _.. ... ___, ..... I the same time that' the pro officers- they have assigned to .1 s8n U f. _
-- gram's conservation projects Florida Citrus Mutual' C.". ,i
'conserve: agricultural resource I Ira Intelligence Bureau should
they bring other secondary i be commended for the out. II
benefits through ,,"aUtnQ,. standing; Job they have done
GET wildlife habitat and recreation I this season In protecting: the I II
AFOOD I!!.L opportunities' . I entire Citrus Industry.:* f I 4, I Contemporary Com-
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-I am pertieularly. gratified j tj P4 f bines with fin. detail

by ACIs PfOCl'an' helping f ,, : ins to please Young
low-Income
farmers Including
REAL ESTATE 1 i Modems -
many who hare been doing

attle or no conservation work Sea Us For t l -- /T .._"f.' ..l..vt ebbed. .. a
FREEZER' t. make tt.aM of their -t eeft patlne t. .*.. te full
limited' physical resource I Good Buys ,a 1 .....tr ef the we*d.
hop that more and more farmers -
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program to
I'bring about needed tandtite cod y : $199.95
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WHEN YOU) PURCHASE A adjustments. mjrh os sMIUng BUILDING SITES ;

I land oat of row crops andsmall OMOVCS ACREAGE

grains which we have LEWIS Sore $50.00. or More
AMBLER .
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taU_ cover which has eodur* ".....* fee M y..,.. Th. Spindle Bed make
I f leg benefits.1* ANNIat.NU r this Early American

CENTRAL 'RESIDENTIALAIRCONDITIONING +ali u. MARTIN Group Smartly ,

t Different >, 1 :
: The AruMftan HMPf 99 South De.... Aveooe T. aciMeve >-.ei.>eely etfc "_ SJ ,
UNIT e ....4 .....!. .' tr .f nw ,
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lf Sifts BAN.> well 4--.4 lNad
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Time Between Now and November 15th fi WORRIED? NERVOUS .p \ "1


Yes, we'll give you absolutely free a .a,7, Ft Food Freezer when" l Over ChanKofLJf? $199.95 JJj.'Z -
I you order a central residential Carrier Air .
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'installation Condition Unit (new t ldre ....4.d. .... pr.Jr... seed So/. SSO.OO .. More Pe
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I or replacement) for your home from now thru NevI e trRb ...,.,ws.orw'r. ........ _

ember 15. So hurry in and place your order NOW I ail= .h'. ....1.' ...*... French Pro.inciel. .
while this. fabulous offer 'lasts. : I wadWte--. .. t:. .Tatham1Jw' -
I ., ......w. C--4 WEEKLEY'S Goy 0dFFet..i....fM .
dr.ad th... seem.tart In Fruirwood
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r I I sets r-Ihese hm t we... E d s..e ds.sM h.tp = .
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It ysa ---c" .,. \ the ....... 1'peceMlwl' hetLe. n-ScMdIa Poch Avesw $199.,5

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:s _. TI11'. ARl'AUTAN Alrudia. Florida, Ttursday, ictober 15, 1964 i-A
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y 11& 2 TIMES: 5 cents per word per issue. a ., MISC FOR SA1E I' LEGAL NOTICEIN -' j, Third BandPerformance Grove GRADER Berfdlna SERVICE- Ditching I I Fill Cracks And


I. fit t. SrnaU'decora.lve I TNf CIBCUIT Cook T'"M 'AMDOa Seepage
3 or more TIMES: 4 cents per word, per issue. FOR : > OC OTO. COUNTY. fLOaiOAIM j Shell. Fill Dirt Top Sell Holes Better
< tiles,-200 rtbrr and patterns CHANCERY I Contract of by the hour

for hobbyists Bank CAPS ..0 la, ji Our bund was" In good form OLIN DAVIS I I Handltt lib putty Harden Ii"PLASTIC wood
Classified SUIT TO os.tciott MoaraACirmjT
Display counts at 40 wordu per inch. plates bowls' ash trays ice: MtMRAiVIKVIIMU$ ANp" WAN for the game with Ft. Meade k Phono WA 9-1742

Classified buckets tables etc. Instruc ASSOCIATION I o. CHAtUOlft/ last Friday it being our third PO See. SS Noca.. Fla. WOODe'IN
Deadline: Wednesday 9:00: a. m. c uVuot.rrJE' !
tions. Several close-out tiles at home same.W TFCII
fhtdD1I1.-Ik.eeUIMa.
J Bex Number discontinued price Ideal for honored Ft. Meade withan
Charge: 25c extra. tRY. L 'ORO ant MAReARIT 1 ,
gifts West Florida Tile Distributors pogo h.. .d., .t ofllvi..dd.n "M"\ formation then quickly -- ---- ----- ---- --

Card of Thanks at Classified Rates. Inc. 601 School Avenue .OTICI,. TO D"INO'N I formed parts culled "A f. 11". i '1 >rIST

Saraaota Florida. THE NAM& 0. Tltt >,IAI1 01PLOU anal |played "On \Visconstn In

82tfc: TO tHE$IDA DIPENOANTS Concert formation we played I PRACTICAL PROPERTY BUYS

I JOHN ItINT MANLIY 1RA.q Activity "Mann", then mov I IIng
I FOR BALK 0'e Gae ftaite.ee trees o* J KtNt MANtlV,
REAL 10. n..1 DOROTHY: MANLIV. Ns Into our own "U" forma
ESTATE I FOR RENTFOR oin Good Condition. DeSoto ... W pa., .H.c. od.5.s. lion we played our IX Solo 2 er 3 BoVom CSS H...... P'.r Salo,

FOR SALE Gas Company. PWAlnut- onWo.a a' -euj .. ankno.ra High Alma Mater 1 I IWo SI00.0; Down alan.. |Ilk. rent.

nCTTFurnished. -43OK. i OJ-trc: I YoU AND EACH Of YOU pre Iwabv I
: I ro.J..I. ...... .... on ..."w, .... are steadily''' gaining 3 B......'" Hem. 3 mil. from. Arcadia. Will' sell er
| FOR SALE Lake June Lots apartment. Mrs. Clyde' Car- BEST TIRE BARGAINS members for our bund and ex
FQR I No-e-. *sehas6. far property .1.! .. te ".w.wn area,
50 roll. 202 North Manatee Ave.
2 uniforms
ft S3750DU: each peeling to recvive more (
AND SERVICE See CarperTire D V to Coo"lj>. 'KMH O. m OtancrrrHM I Hsyley Mills has h.r first
1 Terms Sandy Death.: Call 110 _. .32. 1. 2. 3.. p Service) uptown Texaco I.. fo.r : _rerlo.n.. wwPOo.. an In the near future. I dramatic role In hr earer.vvhlcN I Bedroom Prams Horn c..pl..IJfun''*"*" just
-- -- - following pr.w.c. n>-
:3-4635.: have outstanding
I Our coal la to an
FOR RENT UnfurlshedHouse. Station. WA 8-53U. : "' began five/ yar b* outside the City 11m II.. Ideal l far .*uale.. $*.aoe ..
M-tfc la/ 39J .... of W..' 701 lt : bond for UeSotu fere as the spoil**, highly

'- Call WA 91682. .. tier I of Towntfep it',. .t If NWV Sautn.'. "f bvttion Mono I/35io I County 11 ten SchotFt. Imaginative teenager In **TheChalM GROVES any alas RANCHES ACREA... .e

Excellent: tee FOR SALE: 1960 Opel. Ite..la .t. LfclS o pure*! .1 lord t >n -_. ------,- Oarrfen." a Universal .
ntJlf.nl IM; SITE me s...._ .. ..... release In TecHnlceler. New I
FOR HKNT Unfurnished good condition. Reasonable.: -.... wrap ...mead eA bco1I.. I II
4 adjoining lots in the a. t*. Sauinw .t at the D8ete Theatre. 1
211 North Volujla Avcuui. nmo ** teener
newly decorated 2 bedroom JOHN PARKER RealtorMILLIE
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aia lanita and njnrana No m __ I I
It id Re, * $1.000 for All Four -.c. Vou n IM 1..1 tnmca I PARKER. A.o.Iat.e PATRICIA... P4..i...
31 tie Wrwq.l IOO Pen! to pemt of toatnVOO Mrs Illll lUrnwell Sunday .
i Interested Call WA 8-1131 MARY\ F.UJ I NIC tOLON Mr.\ and Mrs David lyneof WA MJI WA 1.4.,1
FOR RENT: Uownstalps, WANTED SUMMONIO
J. L. NEWTON HELP D"1NE'.f: lluhamas
() ( Frveport visited"
fa Pus
newly redecorated apt. New --- -- "..... ....tt.... __. .,. drfwn>* to Mr. and Mrs Ueffie Keen I
52 1 and Mrs A. .
2. 3. 4p: : I ., .... Mr II Curry .ndstn ...
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P
furniture private entrance. .d hwew.p ----- -- ------
'' of Miami visited his sisterMrs
'VTANTtb you n f< Hill .last week
HELP Yountf o ontit.o taw in
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FOR SALE 80 I Close to business district. $10. .0 n cf at.-.C; of H>o CwU4t Evelyn; lUiiiwcll fur a
acre young
I tired couple, or working single man for field and office Coutt .. two Cintrtnauo* m and fcrc : Mr. and Mrs. Harry John
orange grove, well' drained Re-I' work Chance for .d- '-4c,., C'-unry, f\mxi-\ ,. m AcoJia: 1 few days on and children nr Owens
water available. Terms. It. T. :I man or couple. 17 South floVMM. on .. .. w. .... *tn any ot Mrs Albert Thorton was given -
atox vancement. 213 West Oak St. Nuv.awu. Ivan, wvl Sr atop visited. her mother !Mr' Eva:
Piety owner Sebring, Fla. EV I Arcadia: ; Fla. r ot \'ou.. M>IC| An..w ,tf T;..n a l liirthiiuy .arty Sunday. I lyn llunmvll, Sunday itllrrnoun.
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life w-a .". IA.a ANO HAVMANPfarwiu "" monitors' of her family The
5-83116.: by
--- 48ticHELL' 10.11'. A.....__. __. ...dewp..r | only
2c FOR RENT'' Newly decorated _. al/Ke wane. N P Boll Those .U'ndlllll were AI r.. )
.0.
511. Punt( c...., PI 1 rn5., ". w ti r hot Ion, ht-i Ions, and famllei i
3 furnished WANTED Needed at .
FOR SALE- Bedroom homeon << room apart .=.. ..o.l, rap. = :: 'bw.;::: lion
ment for rent Adulta only. once.: Full or part lime man t t tn .. Mi alai Mrs lUlph LIPPINCOTT 1
.
4 l large lot, close lots t lit Civil A.c.d.e.H .
t*. Watkins" llton aittt thiiditii uf Furl Slyer
to
$2300 per month Phone WA or woman serve you too tu iki on a I>KrN Pn
of shade, orange and other 0-1291. customer' In Arcadia. Good C'_ toe SNrei op.M.l Mr and Mr.. J. II Hamilton ELECTRIC I
trees priced right for quick 32 tic inuume. No Investment. Sel I to. tt.o tohof O..naml.-d wn, > Ofnloti and children. uf Punta FUEL

ale. 2-10 N. DeSoto Avc your own noun. Write C. It.Ruble. t a 1M. ** ttaa bo .........,... am. 'Oonla. her ittantlthiliJren of pew ..... ....

3. 4, Sp FOIL RENT -3 Bedroom CBS 0.2. ... O. Box .och -_ tw .or --- -. Charlotte Harb 'r and Mr. and w--. ... Kars
Dept. >V in IMC ARCADIA'
unfurnished house $73 per Tenn. I; WIINISS my has .,* teat of Mr.. harlea Thompson and l lchildren Residential. a\ CmrnrllCentaef .
2447. Memphis,
I ....... .
-- month John OM* C. Cauif Cta-Notn C.vw; ,,
Parker Realtor, of Ft Myr' We wish
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3.P I Pk.Mu and ,n. anal .f.. .1 C.a.t Lip.......... llo.....1.1.
FOR RENT WA 8-9431.: Arcadia. N Aecodce. r.to. on h. wv hr many happy returns. Ary "
.. ee'. .,. A p, Ivo4tfUK /.sewer ._ N.dhansans.
2tfc f. AVANT"' Mr and Mrs. Bobby Hester .. SanSa
1..
WANTED ..... REFRIGERATIONCOOKING
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C o* On..t Carl of Arcadia visited her motherMr
FOn RENT: :2 beclrom apt. FOR RENT Completely fur- .' C>es... County *b*...n Wwlnva.Oay ---- _. -
a e. ALPHA. NTZMINC4K .. *. Evelyn: llarnwell 1
. 718 West Oak Street; one niihed hou_. Adult. only. WANTED The Arcadian .isInterested Mwel, Crrk. nlchtMrs. .
bedroom apt. '714 W. Oak St. No pets. Call WA 87801.' ,t.r.l C- '\eot, .r
In all ArcadU ATTESTa,.. A Teas" e/. r J. A. IJauthtrey' ..ndmothj'r.
3p Sllfc/ 0.S040 County residents. If ItMKy .. A CaS SINUSSufferers
of
. 5 A' Mrs, Joate Cronon.
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LEAsE="of. haveo Item jot it 'lI '
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FOR RENT _Nice 2 Bedroom FOIl RENT OR En.lewttud: were In Tampa
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down and mail It to Post Of PAS ) HEATING I : 1
House in Fort Odgen: to reliable fires or business house. 513 ,..... AND HAYMANS Sunday
South nrevard on Highway. 17, flee box 670. Th. Arcadian. Attarnoy* to* f>la* WA and Mrs. Kverette John
John Parker Mr
couple. P o ... .*$
.3431. across from Kwik Chek. Phone Arcadia or Stop In at our of. Pen.. creed-.. ,........ sun bf Owens visited' Mr. and
WA 9.1331.. tics 208 West Oak Street.48shop.. Oct ..IS.tJ.t9.: : 144 \
:31 fc -- -.-: 'c
3P world f O*' .. )
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roa RENT-Furehlh.d S..Md boas ....... ... ... .
apartments. -- ---- -- -- .s he Wand P I'I I 00 ,
W ANTED-Alte..tlon.a.: Dressmaking A. Ira., ... ..... __..
FOR RENT Rooms Mrs.A M. O = >O. 104 I in earn C.AIII .1M -, DeSoto Gas Co.2OOW
Private bath. Couples LEGAL NOTICE .
and Draperies. Next Il ow""waM.w tor MMO ofw Iaaeah .M --.M.
only 2 blocks from downtown.All M. Dennis Phone WA 9- I WI.-. '. Ness .5.. .awn o w.rr..w.asa 0.5a4.a.5N .
.. door to golf course. Rose llarcrave era". b.w. : ....I5.w.saw 5.n. rid Md
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utilities/ furnished. $50: per 'a=:: _r..0NN Nr5. TO Alt "WWOM' l IT-MA: COMCIBMl : San.,..r.:7.r =:= .hl

month. Phone WA47BS orWA 2p $2. 1. 2, 3.p C Tlas_....._.OI.wsuws .f__ a.e.ep.M_ N _.. a .wrw.aa5_.gr ..wn w arM-call I r w M 5,5 :.. N SNl tw0 In.4 .UdS.a.Nr Furl

8-2331. 14-Uc FOR RENT: Six room suburban .d N.ws -If N awn.d 5, ay.A.esS. =-- ::: :'" ....a .arwn..ad ..0. -. -' Lad.I
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-- = Acme: Unfurnished. WANTED Homeslte or small W..... '",,- ... .......... re .Nw..= ...I.rM. ..... ....a I i 1
o..d r -
f (spas f AP< Recently redecorated. $80 Acreage within ten miles of .. Pk.. w.554. II Oek $ WA4fO
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per NII lain "" '
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II"I.""I.HO monlh. Pboae WA 8-4034. city with or without house. 5.1133. 1554NOKi "trter N .,. ARCADIA DRUG
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pnhswa/ I / A adts wIiv U. 15.4.4 1 n. 1 SI. I
drop card ro MI. Rara..d k.. 5011.FOR Ilex 1-A "c o rc" n. ---- ARCADIA
rat n M-- C. k-. ... I. W..rch.b t o. .IOIIr.A110N 01 1 I i
M call PR -JJ .r '11'Jl' -. .. IICitTIot' NAMsNNb I ciacwir COU f ee
RENT 2 Bedroom fM TNI TMJ
w. do ..o..o sdr.r ..ndM NOTICE N -. Mrs La.Pha ,*ll.tM .U.C'A .<",. Y
_.. far also.a. house partially furnished. __, P"-. N no ,I 'toa".. i*. Ae.. .oa ax.or.
..
-Ue I ,'''- NAMCIar.
John Parker Realtor WA 65431 (earl .4 k.. a aer' '.., C..I I (WUwtrN (ie. iUrtoto
I IORAV'LV : Cane Nw
.t."C&
Arcadia. Have Vacancy for eoe elderly fatrfiMrt.., rv>.t. WSI01A1 1>110'0 NA I NLAt SANe. WA.
<.. h .. _
2tfc lady In my home. Room and -....... ..... ,- Pe hr.a N eAO.A., e ..arse/.._np
board and excellent care. Call -..... --a s..4 ...pa..aa -. ---

MOWERS RIDING --- MISC FOR SALE ---- WA S-2402. .aM.N sNaP":.. :=..: .::. nee r a.:, -I.MA. STOPI
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P.. ate ..... L.M -- .. -- I, 2-3e; -AN..L., :tr.-M vO >*V M. Plash.U ae "SAN: ......Media...... La..IN WN .....
Tian Gravely C.n Take TtrWbMf k Mrv luW ..*...*. .I
I saAoiNTOM 7PI.32N FOR BALK: If carpets look 0... S.t.$ 2J,3. 0.IOO"C..sO .....TSA51nl4aaaral I
CARD OF THANKS( u1a1rN..na
GROUNDS EQUIPMENT Ce. dull aDd drear remove Uve M9TK.1 eTA.APHKat10N N a 5a5.s..a...::. pra.WIIs I

spots as they. appear with BlueLustre. e.i. 1 awl r..e w -- --:1: {
N0tP= 0VIN 11.NA.$4 Mw 5N, :::' =: I
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----- ---- -- -- --- R.n t electric sham CARD 0" THANKS w. L.l ::. Qrww Oa..1 'a Il,,. P 1 .415. N Nee

I pooer '1. Arcadia Maaa&c.I & wish to theisM out friends and NM..y Mt.1a.r.: 1-V a : =: Carl .. wANN.. a..aa..l
-I' Furniture Store. poster for the many cards .Mrs/.4.. Ice I5. d.y Is ; I .,.earl w u.d M .Mr.M. frp.PS. .
1 5 s.hPase saw I
5 Acre Tracts .anew 1i511310 I.AIILP.ra
I and food t-n N.new -
3e Oewrra durlag the a.e a.
_. ....-- a. ... ..... -l Aat.A01A..aM.ra -' "ox .
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a. ....... BUYS
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husband. _
S Mile West ef Arcadia I... death The of my Sulirldge Family s.-., w' .. w -n..d an I I Lea. p MtL1a.". .seS..N Wane,_,14AW MIL, OK

eff BR 70. Lew Price ef MM FOR RENT {ortrt oM No ISP Year .4 eaar.r.dw ..... Ara..rM MN N da1..aM %
I CARD >. A O .*4fIS -.. 1 arIn.I h N..... Np. I ... .....
per Acre with Small dawnpayment Or THANKS We low..w.w to' P.s..r : "
BEDROOM HOME ...Y1.r_ a 5w.. _. irN.w. : t= :..= :
...II..t tame en J tt eet ef ...... would like to take this method ,, ,... U. It pr.a -. Co.***. .*"-**. S.
_.. of lhankinc. our CTMmds" and I I .t. T-.i } r tw\.. ON* ooHf. p*-*. aaq be 1962 IMPALA Chevrolet 1964 Dementtroror (three)
.1. Kn.Ma.gassed .* A T\Tlf *"*.* **"" .. .. -- N 't... aa%. on txai
w*
Ness sad) Clean. neUkbora for the flowers. ? Lars/en? T--. I5.-aa/TTo _. .**.. a tat. V8 Air Cond. 1895.00 Loovled Sore $ $ $
I a.... Well fouu. and all 1 Ute frspreaMutta I I .ape .. P.Mw I
sad Garden .pN i V M W
Turner Realty Co. I MOO PER MONTH I 1 ef kindneea and sympathy tn 1=..w 1w .rand w..... 1,, .eN .n r5.s.O__, 1962 BELAIR CK.vroUt' ((3)) 1961 VALIANT $795.00V8

1* N. Brcvsrrf A... F.r 2 ee X 'ereane our bereevetnent.. 'Everything; A. es se pw..w. lo.y 0> M 'N Lea r na _
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c..r v N Lw9. lase..4 fto a D *M amv 0 1 VB PG PS PB $1695.00
WA 1_'$401 was teepy appreciatedMrs. Porn 1959 Ch.". BELAIR
WA
Phone 91521JOHNSON'S = .
Parses = ... I .
Albert rent and j scan.-. IM A4i
,d I ', a srs.a ss I ISIS'S .. AVA f 1962 BELAIR Chevrolet' PG R4.M $995.00
Family :::: === M: :: tans w tart

._-----.---- ---- ._- 2p': rory.f: N -:I .,........ DC 6 cyl.. PG $1595.00
: MW.L UPNli. a Lt Ti N.. 1959 Chen BELAIR

TREE SERVICE : -.r::P..a.a: A(' ...- ,-... _I. APPr514,. _a.."-"Ifpo" 1963 PORD %Ton $1495.00 V8 PG R&H f95.8O I
ttCAL NOTICE. "r *"* ,** N L S.aa., I
.. -'< ... .- ews.-. Ira
::: ,. Hoe
o.P "
Demossed R.mo..d Feeding. -; C- 1964 BELAIR 202 1959 Ford GALAXIE :
Tree
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Co"I Mel *. >.i'<.asicijtjutti i.. Net tf..tr r avAy j VBPG.PS$2495.00 V8 PG PS RAH $795.00 :
Trees Trimmed Tr. Surgery icy TO --+ ,4a1." (N.r c tIopan I r
PARKER
J. I --- -. & n c_, 1._s.tree. JOHN
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Firewood I ,,_-Cl....-...I .. 4Aaw. _. a. twa I a ;). INS REALTOR 1964 BELAIR 4 dr.V8PG.P5.RAH.. 1963 Jeer WAGONEER '

LJ4 aad and Insured C- V Vr r.- *vI a. WSW 4.. drive Air Cond. PS
I *. .C **- i tAviaV o o I I II J : Tire Discount I NOMS51' onovie
.. h.. $2695.00 PB AT SAVE!
Iw-a. .r
ALL WORK GUARANTEED i w .s
I .w .... Car.W 1 1I' wa w s. --. a.... rP.Ww I PIANEHN"Sad .
I f taw=:= =.o T.iii M .. M anew o. 5.n.a. I I 1963 IMPALA. 4 dr. I MTV -: 1962 BELAIR WAGON
Itervtns; C.nttallarMa -.. .. ..e 'I Ina -- .
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Arr di. 1'lww. Air Co..d. PG-P5-R&H V8
PG PS Air
Cond.
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Route I. fins WAJU4IMTliHC __ I >.-eat axi, ce ieo-. ten I -
PAYMTNT IAN FTtEK CSTIMATVS ..1._. .... -j ..... i A-.4.. p...WA 5.3411 W5W ,
I $2195.00 SAVE $ $ $
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jCourteous > ** j t
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IN' DcSOTO COUNTY w MeraT*cr. cae_fee. I ... ." :
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TO *4V ( .aA..ruatt ". Free Safety Check-Up
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Operators /. .. .., C.r.. -a..a..o..me -, _-I ..s l.5..e ..SOse.......... e.$. 5.4.a.filAM $10.95 : $16.! n..4O $10.95 ;

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Free Grease Job With Order '

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GROSS.DISPOSAL SERVICE ::. -a.--...=. -="'.:: HAMILTON / MnTnD

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ARCADIAN, j\reatla( FlorIda:. Thartlday, Octo6er IB, 1964
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I CD Health UnitGive Humphrey To Richardson Gets
from the Arcadia Church of ,
City Meets With God for Charles Albert Ford,' Oidt her Mystery PictureThis Marine School
I Self-Help. .
who died at his home October ,, Speak In Fort

Owners.I-I 9th. Rev. Vernon Coker and, Training in Wis.
Property Rev. D. L. Franklin officiated.. Medic ProgramThe week's mystery Oldtlmer was born January

I Mr. Ford was born In Wind-.1 15, 1904, in the Owens community and comes froman Myers Saturday Donald Richardson recen_
On Parking LotA 6-week Medical SellI tly returned from Milwaukee _
aor. Florida May 9. 1883 and Help course presented by the oid'pioneer family Wisconsin where hecompleted
roundtable dls.tusslcns Sam Harold Ingram apent most of his life in De I Trl-County Health Department I on both maternal and Yice Presidental candidate a training course at
series of Soto County. He was a veteran -I and the Civil Defense organi. paternal sides. One of Sen. Hubert H Humphrey willspeak I the Evlnrude Motors
factory
between the Arcadia Funeral services were held ot World War One. I in
pity Council and property I I from the Church of the Nazarene zatlon of DeSoto County has I his grandfathers wasa at a Democratic rally service schooL Richardson who
He Is survived by his wife. two more weeks to run accord. i'' Ft. Myers on Saturday Oct.17th lives at Punta Gorda Fla..
la
owner's In the block between for Sam Harold Ingram .I minister and the ;tiA { ? 'i C.
Lela A. Ford, of Arcadia; his td according to Berry
ing to Mrs. Albert Cetrangolo.one I' associated wtth ParadiseSportsman's
Monroe and Polk avenues and I I 109 W. Virginia street, who children. Vernon of Labelle, other was one of the Williams, Johnson campaign
the I of the Instructors. Presenat Shop Inc. a local
Oak street on suddenly October 8th. at
between died first County Commis-
Charles of Cocoa Mrs. Old director for Lee County. The
; I ion of the vital Informationcontained marine dealer.
Magnolia on the of J. J. Coker. Rev.
and home
north the
sioners.lie .
will be
Albritton. Venus; Mrs. Tom In the course Is Demo VP hopeful ac.
held to deter- McCuire officiated. presently i
south are being W M.
Crestview Elliott Roosevelt -
Nathey. ; stepchild under the sponsorship of ocmpanied by
mine whether or not the C. J. Mr. Ingram was born In ran, Clyde Lemacks. Arcadia; ; the Arcadia Junior Woman attended schools I the State National Com. 250 Car Wash
Carlton property \bordering May 28. 1911. I in Bunker Broady and [
Macon. Georgia Sgt. Robert Lee Lemacks.; Columbus Club and meetings are heldat mitteeman. and a host of press
Magnolia street be leased bythe and lived most of his life In Ohio; Mrs. Angle, the 7th Day Adventist Wei. Nocatee and was mar radio and television people TREMENDOUS RETURNON
city for a off-street park Ilardee and DeSoto counties.He I Williams :Ft. Myers; ; M... J. B I, fare Center Monday evenings ried March 22 193O. from across the nation. But Don't'INVESTMENT Buy Blind!
ing lot.Und.r was a member of the Baptist Smith Arcadia; 13 grandchildren I from 7:30 to 10:30.Participants lie is a Baptist, Odd Write to Indianapolis Indiana -
Carlton's offer to the Church and VFW and reat.randcbJ1d. I Highlight of the rally will
one Fellow and Mason. today and see the CAD
city, the property can be leas I He is survived by his wife In the instruction / be a reception at the Holiday ILLAC of the industry and
to certain commit. : sessions receive a certl. clues Inn in Ft. Myers from 8 to 8pm. be assured of
ed subject Mrs. Doris Ingram and children Interment was in Joshua Read the carefully top quality
menu by the city for 91800 Mrs..Coy Lamons, Venus.Miss Creek Cemetery, with Robarts- fication of completion at the and if you can Which will Include a and dependability.
per ;year for 10 years Thl.1 I Janice: Linda. Joyce and Grady Funeral Home in charge end of the presentation by Mr. identify the mysteryman press conference and a speechby Call for reservations today.
I N. H. Waters organization.The the candidate. The Sena.
,is one of the city's Sheral Ingram all ot Arcadia, of arrangements. write his name
material U divided into Auto TcriaInc.
downtown parking, and. tors campaign plane is scheduled -
ease and Burnard of Clewlston; Pallbearers were Joe Turner
Admlnistra. eleven categories including: and yours on a postal to arrive at the Ft. My.
according to City sisters Mrs. O. C. Coker. Limestone n. V. Griffin L. C. Suggs. .
tor Wayne! San born, one of, Mrs. W M. Brewer La Frank Southwell, Wesley radioactivity and fallout and mail to The Arca ers airport Saturday at 3.30pm. :
the most feasible hit upoa yet. belief; Mrs. J M. Sullivan of Young and Emory Cross.ASSOCIATION heathful, artificial living In respiration emergencies dian. If your card IsI .. and will be met by a I Indianapolis.909 E. Westfleld 2O. Indiana Blvd.

Property owners of which Bartow; Mrs. Julian Turner of bleeding and bandaging, fractures drawn and is correct you will receive a three- motorcade of Democratic sup. CL 32132
there are nine in that particu.I Tampa; and Mrs. Oslo Albrlt- and splinting, transporta. months subscription 'to.the paper. oprters from over the 7-county I Travel expenses paid by us
Jar block will be asked by ton of Jacksonville. if Autoteria is purchased.
PRES.
tion of the Injured burns Florida district.
I Southwest
the city to pay for the yea/1 I FINAL, CLUE .
In Oak Ridge
Interment was ---- ---
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lease on a pro-rated basis. The with Robarts-Grady (Continued from Page 1))
Cemetery
childcare
and Injured infant and
city will then pave the Carltonlot Funeral Home in charge of I, "His voice can soar to'beauty
and child
,
come under their urlsdiction.We emergency CANDLES
will give SO park. CANDLESCANDLES
.which arrangisments.Pallbearers. I birth. And set the hillside ringing;
pledge them best.
Ing spaces, and In addition the our lie always joins in the choir
were Gene Mit This Is an open appeal to The course Is given with the
which
their lot
will : "
city adjoins, giving pave an additional I chell. N. T. Wiley A. C. Poll, all morally and spiritually fair I full approval of the American To grace it with his singing CANDLES '
making a total J L. Hollingsworth. Curtis minded citizens to work with Medical Society which requires .
29-car space
Skates and Stafford Wells us to help make bet. I that a practicing physician bepresent Prloo. i
In all. society a CANDLES Any Sl Z e. Shape and!
of fifty parking spaces .
ed this _
Edward MARRIAGE LICENSESMarriage week from the office
said that If such a Honorary pallbearers were ter place for us all t. live in. : to answer technicalmedical
Sanborn
property Gross. Bill Tyson. R. C. On behalf of the DeSoto questions during; the licenses were Issu- of County Judge Gordon Hays 8.o Johnny Murphy for any of Your
is adopted by .
plan I N.ed.
owners and the city in joint Blackburn Marlin Miller. Francis County Ministerial Association final session covering child to the following: Edward Lee -- Model' Hobby-Craft--
agreement It could well serve Mercer and Mr. fctrlcklsnd. I am, birth. in sponsoring the course for Dazey. 23. and Susan Marie I DAUGHTREY
.. a pilot program for future Flag folders were Harper Gassier Yours sincerely.W. I The Civil Defense organization Its members and the general Guard 18. both of Arcadia; PHONE
parking expansion.The J. M. Lockwood and W. M. McGulre President is now planing the next public to' contact: the organization Glenn Alan Barnes 18, Arcadia Hobby-Craft WA
first of the round.table M. Channel. DeSoto County Ministerial presentation and requests any; as soon aa possible according and Wanda Louise Collins FLORIDA 9-5671
sessions was held Wednesday Association. local. organization. interested : to Mrs. Cetrangolo. 17. of Fort Ogden. ARCADIA_ n _
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night after press time and will Mrs. Katie W. SmithFuneral ----
be carried In next week pa.
I services for. Mrs.
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I Street. Arcadia were held Awns <>
n.hart.-Gr.dy Chapelat
from the ALIENE'S
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II 11 a.m. Tuesday October 13.
( from Page 1)) Mrs. Smith died at the homeof -

tlona will be accepted from her daughter Mrs. Spencer CELEBRATIONStarts
male and female All qualified Murphy of Tampa Rev. R.
applicants will receive L. Hayes officiated.Mrs. .
consideration for empoyment Smith was born July
without regard to race creed 11, 1884 and has lived here Friday October 16th October 31st
color, or national origin. for SO years. She was a mem .L
training I.requirMS. is ber of the Trinity Methodist
No experience or
AU applicants will Church. Everyone is Invited Many Free.Gifts and be Sure to Register for the GRAND PRIZES! '.
child
be required to take a written She is survived by her
examination designed to test rent IU L. Smith Arcadia; Mrs.
aatttude for learning and per.' Joe Bennett, Arcadia; Mrs. PRIZE SECOND PRIZE -
farming the duties of thesepositions. Spencer Murphy Tampa; and t .' NEXT 12 PRIZES
Test subjects will Mrs. ,Amos Way Jr. of Belle r\
be .* the following types: (1) Glade, and 8 grandchildren, >* TRANSISTOR
Oenoral Abilities ((2)) Follow.. and one gre.tgrandchlld.Interment ;r} s, J':: PIFIRST ; ;? I
lag lastrucCons, and (I) Ad. was In Oak Ridge
dress Checking. Cemetery with ltobarte-Grady .:. ; : .. : RADIOS
Postal employees are entlXl.erf Funeral lleme In charge of ar 'i!;; -:: ,
bene. rangements.Pallbearers. A Real Collector Item
to liberal employee
fits Including paid vacations were P. P. Speer ..,> ,.. ..

alek leave with. pay,, an excel. Jim Balls Dick HolUendort. .
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lent rwUrerosat system. and Hank Murphy Spencer Murphy ; ; : VALUED AT MORE .:
and Dicki. Smith.
Jew cost group Idle Insurancepad '
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, Health !]ergots.Further VALUE $289.93 :
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Honor MembersShown .
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I IJ J Bulldogs Beat Bark Celebrates National Newspaper Week In Assembly bly Tomorrow in the during activity: the "period., clJ'-

1 members of the fuUdg3'sHark.
Miners 33-7 Quill and Scroll ,and
I Growl will present to the student
] By RUPERT SMITH
varied
body a program
I Halt! back Steve Lewis rake
National
on the observance of
k ed up three touchdown las
Newspaper Week. .
Friday night to lead the Dull- "
1S l' National Newspaper Week 1*
dons to a 32-7 win over the celebrationwhich
an industry-wide
Miners of Ft. Mead'?!!'. This win
tribute to the 1.77O
pays
ran the DcSoto'v elevenresord ).
daily and 9.0OO weekly Newspapers -
to 30.1 while adding
published In this country -
the third loss to Ft. Meade !
It is designed specificallyto :
resord.
focus the spotlight on the
| The Bulldogs! put the Miners t role the newspaper playa In
1 a on their backs fast ea speed protecting the people three

1 merchant Steve Lewis cut off) great freedoms Freedom> ef
tackle and galloped 10 yeards the Press. Freedom of Speech
I for a touchdown on the firstplay and Freedom, of Religion.
from scrimmage. Skinner The week of October 11-17
(Continued on pa.6e 5.13) has been proclaimed: National
Newspaper Week In the United -

above are the new members Nancy Yama. Sharon Dripirers. Sher. I. I iI ., States. President Johnsonand
of *
of the National Honor Society tapry Shaw Carolyn Evans and Debbie Introducing various many states. governors have made tf.It

pod during a special assembly Octo&ott.. Not pictured are Bonnie Col. official.
her 7. They are left to right. Linda Her Connie McCormick and Gary Specially recognised teachersand

Stewart Mary Elizabeth Johnson': Whitney. ___ guests appearing on Mage
will be Miss Sidney Anderson.Mlsa .
I TilE BARK STAFF SUGGESTS: I DATES TO CIRCLE Leon Moretand, Mr.

THAT everyone join with the Bark staff this National October 15 H-Squad game : Geiger Stuart Johnson, AfHt

1;' Newspaper Week in appreciation of our nation'snewspapers. here.October Bert. Close.
The Bulldog's Dark will begin -
I IINation.1 Newspaper
f .. Newspapers serve the public by Week Assembly; Bulldogs This is a picture of the bulletin Bark in observance of National the assembly wltt their
all kinds of will
y reporting news that interest play Venice there. presentation. Editor: In opt..et
hall of DHS. Weok.It
board in the main Newspaper .
the Where
and inform public. would we be October 17 FHA carwssh; Betty Gosklna will explain'teeatrpa
without newspapers? Think about it! Student Council District Convention is decorated bv the Du I Idea's4H of production. necesary

THAT.everyone supi ort the Bulldogs by attending the .in Dradenton. for the Dark through s ue

I B-squad game here tonight and the varsity October 2O Second preference Elects Seniors Attcnd 'week. Assistant editor ConnieMcCormlck
Column
I game in Venice tomorrow night. senior tests. Exchange will' speak on the

THAT you consider these words of Louis Kronenberger: Officers Annual College By DIANE MONTGOMERY history of the Hark and Carolyn
I Evans will talk on the
The truly ambitious are always as busy on the FFA Plans Fort Spirit SacrificeSchool I lAw

landings as they are breathless on the stairs." Ily BARRY GOLDTUNO Day Program spirit these are hIstory lUasler will of newspaper tell of the, Importance

Year On October S the DeSoto the moat often heard wont. at I of a free press fn
Coming President of the Kiwanis. County Teenii Club met By CONNIE: McCORMiCK any school Just what la ItT America.. The various staff edi 1-
EDITORIAL sponsored Key Club lUcky for the purpose of electing On Monday October: 13.1M4. .'I Spirit ia enthusiasm, but ; ton Martha Jo 11111.. Jarhe
Dy DANNY JOHNSON and rules for the seniors of DeSotoOuuntjr school l spirit h a a a deeper'
''' Dodd Is a well-known _n.ol'i' i officer setting Dualer. Diane Montgomery.Pete .
By Lew Basaler Members \ot the Future I IU.h School were meaning Included with enthu-
student of DHS. Friendly and the coming year. Whldden. and Lew Ambler -
This week is National Newspaper Week- and we Farmers of America have recently popular Ricky has .t..onle.d. The slate of officer for the !guests of llsrdee County Ut.h'' slam should be pride.It will explain the Importance -

should all stop and realize what a difference newspapers announced. their plans ership qualities which are apparent 19fU- \ Club year are as School for the annual College Is easy to exhibit spiritat of their respective start*.
make in our lives and how much we depend upon them. for the coming year. The FFAIs in his activities : follows: Karen Ames pr..II Day program. This program Is I a ft.M. >tball game, but how (Continued on page t-BI
Newspapers bring us news from all over the world preparing land for one acre. Ricky participates in several dent Harry Goldrlng vice- held each year to acquaint the I about a pmevt) : where personal I l-
of truck farming with tomatoes basketball president, and Linda Carltonsecretarytreasurer. (Continued on page 3.II I I I (Continued' on page sell)
Including .
and if we were without them we would realize how greens and other truck. spurts I _.
track. For hU excellent n Officers For
golf and
important they are to us. They bring us local state, farm product -
basketball record la,t season It was decided by the group I 1-----
I national and international news. FFA of the DeSoto
boy
would be held
who that meetings : FTA AnnOuncg1
he was one of two
I One of the freedoms promised to us in the Bill of I Chapter are also preparing to received: the most valuable the first Monday of each month
and Constitution is freedom of the start work on the show cattle .
Rights our press. player award.Iticky front TOO: to 1::3O p.m. After Ily LeDANK SORRKUJL' ,
.* Our ancestor realized how important this was to them' for the DeSoto County FairIn has been a faithful a brief. discussion the members 5"II.'J The Future T..c".n.Md a>

. and what it would mean to us. And that I is why they January This will be a member of Chorus during all also derided that this ; J meeting Friday October i! 'for
provided it.Newspapers. good early start for some of his. high school years. |l. attended year the Club would depart __ the purpose of electing officer -
the best cattle at the fair.
bring us more than news. They give us I the Florida Clinic of froM Its annual awards assembly *. The club choee Judy Dia-
Mr. Fletcher agricultural
Music two and IMM sung and Instead hold an their Sawing
entertainment and magazine sections and many others teacher at DIIS and sponsor years :1./ bong as .president.
leading rules In the operettas awards banquet some time In under her will fe* SherryPerdue.
which are of interest to us.' They let us. the people I of the FFA. says that the year'sprogram
presented by the DIIS : the near future. VUe I .i4eali >tine(
I know what is going on. and thus we know how our lives of work .Is almost re
vocal I The President then appoint MARTHA JO HILL
department K. 1 I 7. Secretary-Treaanrer;
be affected.In .
am going to I complete. .. after'
.d vral committee*
__ lucky hopes to attend _. and serving aa historian are
own small town our local "The -- un. ---- L
our newspaper. I University of Florida and study| which the meeting was adjourned soi, Nancy McDonaldItland. rid .....
Bulldog's Bark. In this way they enable the'commun. Eighth Grade mechanical engin.Nnit after ihii ao the committees, III everyhodyl' Again the* who loves to play football .

ity to learn what is going on at DIIS. And most of the I .. .. graduation._ |xMjid meet ... ,I huWbs'e prwr_1.-....----1..S M *. .tttsl 4* UuMn'l matte) AU.. its..... title,..............
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pople.want to know what the younsr.-i>eople-'of-otir .ran.u N/cone. b r droning .... kiln.vs. vKal the present condition' Af rimiiiilltaa. w.* farmed te. < **_
county are doing and accomplishing. Sclls'Ccndy ., ; : i-was ; real good game h'-;; n i'r-.I I is.I believe; you i ipr.T.Ane;; ; : ; ..

Newspapers do make a very big different In our, .r. and I thin everyone thoroughly all know who I .m referring /llornecomlng. ...aca..
lives. They affect us in every way possible. They help All elgttth grade students .... enjoye It; eirept. of course to. It didn't seem to embarasaKsith The ..Iubalai. spon.ere>l
keep us up-to-date in our world affairs. Television are participating: In a candy I Ft. Meedt.peeking. a. much as It did by Mrs. Belle Brown wM' I* I
and radio are other communication media but news.papers sale. This randy Is being sold ; of people enjoying'...,'-Iy etserContinued. e"-I,doing a cplendM job ...ttlinChe
for the
of
I purpose raising club elf to s good start.I .
i the know ( on
me.tl page
tae
person.
bring us more of the detail of current events. money to purchase an .'1'-I ('" --4--g .-...-..a-. ... -- -_ _.-.- ..- -.
Without them we would be a nation of people "in the i conditioner. for the audio. visual

dark.We should all be thankful that we live in al room.Mr. '.

nation where we learn about news as it happens. Geiger said the .1 r
selling the moat candy ,
.
ply R. SmithIn have an Ice cream party. I
room selling the .least will $
our country where about ninety-seven out of one serve the winning d....
hundred who are old enough have learned to read almost The eighth grade urges -

everyone reads newspapers. Every day about everyone to bur their candy ; .. '\\1"'..
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sixty-five million daily papers are distributed in the and help work toward a cool #

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DeSoto County High School Arcadia Florida. .

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Betty GaskinsEditorinChief Connie McCormickAsMcUt

t IIii I Editor Shown above are the officers for the tenthgrade. n iI

They ore, kneeling, Larry Ford, vice- electrified ,,,
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I DHS PwbUratiosM
Jsyne Dealer -_ Hualnsee Manager Carolyn Evan :
M.ertU.3o 11111 __ aerial. aecMarr president, standing, Bobby Joe Henry, president :

Diane Mosttgomery ___ Exchange Mlas Sidney Aadervon ; Tommy Pale I Permenter, secretory; II farm equipment .
I Calvtn Oouae, _- Photographer r.eulty Aaet.ee.. .
i and Gerald Garner.
___ Ednorial Adviser lAw BasUer lUfpert Smith .

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THE FOLLOWING PRICES I Oeier 19. try. Mr C. O. I customer* a.ve tirrM, energy' ami iitoney with, lh. i iI

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I I' "<: JBabson .Dark. fags, October his knowledge along' to man 'Of'!' Bygone Years
-i-l. ; Guest Editorial .
! I. From 1823 when aluminum ufacturers. .

' 1 of' : was first separted by Qes.ted. SUBSEQUENT GROWTH .Taken from the ffl.s;"ofTh ,
\\f'f I p Dy A. Perry Geiger and again by Wqhler In Th msot popular form of Arcadian.\ The DeSoto County -
Principal 1827 until 1886 the metal *
aluminum sold in the early News and :The; ,Arcadia: ,Champion.
was a laboratory curiosity costing .
aluminum.
I 1 DESOTO HIGH SCHOOL tram would provide a means to prevent years was sheet
!,, IT SAYS HERE: some J16O a pound. In Then) around the turn of .the
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1 students from becoming drop-outs. (No
IMPROVES ITS CURRICULUM I that year Charles Martin Hall century the extrusion process
t
r ] implication that any present students then only 22 years old. discovered was Introduced. This was to
In an effort to update and improve would have been drop-outs). ,1& wJsMl until 1830 that the the first practical electrolytic pave a profound effect on 55 Years Ago I II

't the Curriculum offerings of the DeSoto DCT ia a program geared to cooper- population of the world reached method for reducingthe fabrication of aluminum 'pro- I :

y County High School, studies were made ation between) the, school and local the 1 billion mark but in metal. ducts. In the early 1 00'. It FROM"THE CHAMPIONS. A}Decemberf>nd he has h.ui L_. I
to deter- just 100(> by 1'30 the 2 was that to increasethe two races*
9 during the 1963-64 school year businesses. Without the cooperation. year IN ITS BEGINNINGSEven realized October If.; %909:
.i mine the feasibility of offering new of the local business men, we cpufd. not billion| mark was passed.. It use of aluminum it must Commissioners "Nocatee: Punta Card,

subjects far the 1964-65 school year. have such a program .aa this.]. The took pQly' 30'years to hit 3billion. as a youngster Charles be strengthened Hence methods The in County regular session Just too busy fishing ever '" ,.. .,
al.
.1 1 Two pew offering for student attending students carry subjects at school jn the uldtlon. At should this rate be world(fI f billion pop. Martin Hall had determined to for making aluminum : prior were to the printing of The ball. For'eral wecx. ;
Introduced.
: DeSoto high school are bus i- morning and then report to work in the around (the 2000. Wonder be an inventor. While he was Joys were supply of Champion and the reporterwas team ha trying ::0 ,,':
year an undergraduate in Oberlin Most of the early
ness law taught by Mr Richard Wood afternoon. For this ,work, they are where, we'll put them aiL College he was spurred. on bya bauxite. came from France. A very meticulous in his the fishermen up" but s< ..p
S aad D. C. T. coordinated by Mr. Walter paid wages. which are agreeable tp the remark by Frank F. Jewett big step forward occured when coverage. Such items as "The they have failed.

Gant. Each of these courses proved BO employer, employee and ttechoOL Also :Ata publle'meeting: fn BodJonegoro professor of chemistry and the ore was discovered in Arkansas Glen Turpentine Company paid ...- .r: Quite a numbe-
1. popular that some students were.denied the students work js.etaluated{ .in East Java Presl- mineralogy at Oberlia that Later discoveries were 'o the Sheriff A. C. Freeman Bun people went ;t"?
b the opportunity to enroll' because of ,terms. of .grades ,The business, sign dept Syliarno warned of a great benefits and financial made In the Caribbean, in Can. % sum of $228.89 for the use City Saturday. Among tt
either limited facilities and/or II.I cooperated in. this pa rt also,, jar :he is "morJl' &:rf 1a" In Indonesia due success would come: from devising ada. South America, and Australia ounty Convicts" for the who went were Mrs\. Arr, ,
I to the popularity of American January 1 1907 the .nonth of October. He went Wuthricli. Miss\. Alma ,
Bu. ness Law was added to the Uusi- required tq submit, an. evaluation:report M method of producing On for ('r
Department effort his "Rock and Roll," dancing. The aj'x mum on a commercial Pittsburg Reduction Con *ny on to record the. petitions Prof. C. A. Crews Frank Band ,
neaaJSducation an pn ,, trainee.. ana
Brace has; tken.banned In several caie. Over a span of five ;years changed its name to the .l.lU1n.. new roads in the county Mrs. Arthur Bate> '
to better background in the Currently have seventeen, students '
provide a we cities due to oposition of Amei U'board appointed. The; re.
he conducted hundreds of inum pf
Company -
I field of ,business for,....tudent followjn .In our ,PCT program. Mr. Gant cultural\ and religious groups Then on February experiments BIG BUSINESS p wrote: Announcing a marridgt .''

commercial or business\ curriculum.>> visits each and every one of his ,tu- which consider it. immoral and 23, 1886 he'' dissolved aluminain BECOMES World War I saw great '7_e petition was filed and Champion reporter go' .
and said '
For several years I have heard #, en.ioriiupon dents while they, are oq, the job. ,Between degrading.ftecentfy. molten cryolite in a tiny growth in the uses of aluminum S. E. Durrance. II McL. Mar coy little boy cute: "Cupid.little !h.,

i being asked "What do you plan the cooperators and Mr. Cant\ e e carbon crucible and passed an by both the Allies and the tin and M\. E. Albritton were decided to, tantalize an 1.*
to do upon graduation answer.. ''Go plans are made for improvements' in a pilot of an American electric Current through the Germans. During the 192D's appointed blazers dia boy into taking a s \
r to some business<<: : school,'' 'the tragedy the program. Mr., Gant.spends approximately Airlines plan was forcedto solution producing the first there was rapid expansion in "Sheriff A. C. Freeman ap- of sweet and blissful

.of this is not necessary here in our local four hours each day visiting dump '40O worth of fuel tiny'.beads!" .of**"pearly' 'pyre al- its use for foil auto bodies pointed Albert Johnson of and he accompanied ,

.cl\\ .J. It.Is now possible for a studentto these. students and cooperators. Jn ,order to make an emer.ert-i t ta mulnum' pistons, furniture packaging Wauchula as Deputy Sheriff Waldron to Lakeland, .t ,".
graduate from DeSoto County High The initial cost of initiating the DCT cy landing'st Omaha As1 has 'haDleljip"other\ l and home products. Steady which appointment was ap- during the day, a moO"" .

t Sch.ol and take the following: Typing, program has been somewhat high. In on passenger a toothpick who from was his choking mart cases"fhe, sane method wasKffOvereU growth followed in the 1930's.It proved by the Board. was consumated: in whir
( \rFr\ ncp at about took World War II. how From the school notes we Waldron wedded Miss
two Book keepipg, two ; an ,effort .to provide the necessary "it s t
years; years t, tint olivecould be taken to the' ant\ time by Another\ 22- ,. the "Alum
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ever. produce learn that those on the first Bane f Lakeland Tin .
Shorthand two yearn; Business Law, books, supplies, etc.,, a 'local, civic club hospital And it is reportedthat lar-ol" by 'lkPftmc\ 'of Paul inum Hevolution" which enabled roll "Vel- o
honor were: '
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grade evening they to
r Business English and Business", Math. has been very generous in coming to airline crews have bee comriierc method final victory came
n eroul&'The, : : : ( .iaj the Allies to win mer Lanier; Emily Pooaer. Helen home amid shower
Of
'' other business subJects aid. I wish to thank Mr. Bill De. disciplined for not serving t l' a
It is hoped that our ; pf ,ktiiHctipn pf ..alumloumtoday' over Hitler's Germany. Connell and Winnie Brook Bon The C'n
i will be added to this curriculum Shazo chairman of the"' Vocational enough- drinks.' '.to customers.. .fs .Ii towp.1, .tha\ .I hall.lfpro Although more than 75 er. Annie Rails Corrine Wai- pion staff voyage" say "

{ in the! future. I ask parents of student Guidance Committee of the Arcadia Kiwanis tlmfi U. P.fRft: years have passed since Hall's dron. Kathleen Carlton. Lucy --- -- -
j below the 12th grade to plan with their Club for the $125.0O ,which "he., since Only recorded 8 percent history of the has the HOW $30,000 STARTED discovery of the electrolytic He**, LuvllU Albritton. Lora -

k children the courses they are to take. was able to provide us from his club for world been entirely at peace, ".*l"-,1THE BUSINESS method oi red in.Ing aluminum Whiddcn, Drew Green. Her.
1 j If a business! ) course la what is wanted, this program. This shows notonly, are, According to statistics, only the basic process used today bert Parker Gordon II a y a,
YuuKi Ual"'fiad'" rii lit ''troub.les ; Is the same as that discoveredin Urey Waldron Tommie Mad..
then there la no need to "go to some the local business men interested in the 288 years out of 3.3221 have woodshed In Oberlin.
his
business school" an we can offer,to your improvement of heir, schools but also beep warless. Eight thousan / in expanding-'hJsT discovery From one single plant producing dox. and Henry Espenlaub"In

I} children a well-rounded business course. the civic leaders as well.I treaties have .been. broken in Into a successful buslhess. Mo.tbu.men 20,000 pounds of alum- high i school freshman

[ Diversified, Cooperative Training I I am sure that the local DCT coordinator that time.. he approached inum in 1889 the industry has class, the following were honor
.' not offeredto
were intereted. or students: "Charlie Bickley.
(DCT) was.added to the program in Mr. Gant, or. any of his students grown to an annual capacityof Wat-
take all the profits and Mamie\ Beasley. Cosine
order to' help .train student for entry would be honored to tie a guest speakerto When you sit and do nothing lid leave him only the glory Finally nearly six billion pounds. terson and C. If. Smith.

into, ,Idle .business world. This program help inform the civic; clubs about the of the you box are that sitting holds on the the answer a group of Pittsburg bus. BILLIONS IN IDEAS Sophomores were: "Lee
the result of studies made local UCT He be .reach All major markets greatly
direct
wait may, to your problems. tnesamen raised the necessary Hall. Bessie Wood and Elmer I
lat year under Mr. DeShazo and Mr. ed by calling the office| of,Deiioto> County 20.000 to form the Pittsburg increased their use of aluminum Albritton.

Flanders.. It was felt that such a pro High School ,(WA 8-6161)). Reduction Company. Further In 1963, when U. S. shipments
,Juniors "Lovick Holtzen-
\ -- r .u difficulties were encounteredin : were up 11-3: % to seta : OUT Cl{ A LIMBIf

\ NATIONAL IIII1LK WEEK organization. This year the chosen ''K'4f art. 3 firms trying' that to would sell the fabricate metal It.to wider new use record.of aluminum I forecast in con.still dart Burton.Clara Kate Freeman Carlton Grady Errol an accident or Uln....

theme is a tremendously timely one: I Morgan Jaunita Walker. An. kept of work for
tainer packaging and in the
Hall and his associates learn ro"a:4:
We live In all-too-casual world- ,
an I nie Reynolds and GrammaDawson. a period, wouldyou
I vrUT in which almost everything "THE JIIIII.IGOD'S WORDMAN'S I 7L, :Jl_ ed to cast roll, forge draw building and electrical mdus.tries. ." be "out on a limb" -
HOPE IN UNITY." How much that and stamp the metal In orderto U. S. shipments in 1984 financially An JKtnu Life
including religion, seems to be largely Gentlemen: sell It finished product. could easily total 7,300.000,000 Seniors: "Edmond Scott. Wilbur Income .Protection 'Plan
can mean to us all I as a
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taken for granted. For, too few of UNglvp As you know the U. S. Navy Thus the traditional methodof pounds. And our .rapidly ex. Carlton. Audrey Freeman. Krovivlcs you with needed
a |little| time each day to readingthe It Is anticipated that many millionsof chr ten'. all LSTs (Landing expanding the use of aluminum pending economy will use Louie Morgan and Fannie if you are' totally,
Bible-to seek and to find in it i people will observe the Week and Ship Tank). with the name of took shape as the primary much larger amounts than that Watson. (All were class of.fiom disabled illness., by an 'accidentor

help toward meeting. the problems and! make it the outstanding and fatvreach- particular counties throughoutour manufacturer first show in the years. immediately a. ).

confusions, of our awe. ing success it deserves to be. But thatit country. We are especially ed the way and then passedthe head. From the county correspon.
I
proud of tne USS DESOTO: This of the Aluminum dents The Champion the
not .enough.. Every: week should be story ran
'That In. National Bible Week H
why itibloVeek day Bible Day. COUNTY. (LST-1171)). The Company of America ma. following: 0
observed October'' 10-25. now taken on every a of this letter is toshare
purpose consumer finance Industry Jor factor in the aluminum "Charlotte: Captain Smith
greater: meaning than ever before. Ik The greater our material abundance, .our pride| with the, people In Florida employs more success story should encourage received several new convicts

1 is atponaonxl ,by the Laymen's, National the more faithfully we should,build and of? per namesakf county than S.OOO people who through all young people who havean a few days ago and also one RUPERT* '

Committee Inc.. which is an All Faith sustain our ..plrltuat'.va1ues.'. .. .... Since commissioning on June their personal earnings add IDEA. Starting with a modest escaped ODe day last. week and i
SMITH AGENCY
,. .. .. 1O. 138 the DeSoto Countyhas approximately $13 million a capital of ZOOOO scraped! after running about 35 miles
had an outstanding history year to the .economy, oX the together to found the company was caught near Platt Fla.. )jn WA S-1311 WA V.2341
She served in the Mediterranean .tat*. ALCOA has mulUplied that the ,P.m. We learn that it was 11 e. PcSot Aw*.
from February ,to August in Further he said the consumer original Investment a fantas* Joe Boles and be says he is .TlM cssoAtrr
1939 and from January to Junein finance Industry In Florida tie OO.00O times with gross liable to give the Capt. more Ii see ni.m c..rasnI
,v ,. 1 1062. That year also, found annually Injects In theneighborhood properties valued at close to $2: trouble at any time. CfcpU UMT.e. eeaa mae1
I>o Tve realty- her active in the Cuban Crisis of, a quarter of billion today( Smith cam to Charlotte last .I- .

rr r'r ,f the'onlY amphibious ship to a .million dollars to our economy : -- -.. -- -
\ ,. : do'.so. Thee ship was flagship In the form of personal}. -
: of the most Impressive loans to Florida citizens. .
for
need .. one *
a chang of command ceremonies Last year more than 6SO.OOO The'Jeep Wagoneer with 4-wheel drive

In 1M3' when Vice Admiral personal loans were mad. In has twice the traction of ordinary station
I John 8. McCain relieved Vic Florida by consumer finance wagons

Medicare x. Admiral. II. Jtlvsro as ,Commander companies.
Amphibious Fore in Substantial as well Is the
the Atlantic. contribution of the Industry to p 4'p
: '
Our most unique and not. the support of local state and
whorty performance secured national government. Th. gov. + rulx + {+if6+ k.41 A I t+ ) ," ,a t.nY .
I -r this summer when we were raor noted that the Industry
: chosen to make a single ship annually pays six and a quar.

./ .. t Public Relation cruls to the Ut, million dollars" in such'
:. Inland sea from June untilSeptember. taxes.
We ''toured th* The Florida ,Consumer Fin.
Ilealtli Great Lakes'bringing the Navy anew Association makes an
care Marine Corp tam story ,to an outstanding. contribution to ed.
ucatlon In Florida by working
estimated fifty million people.
<. is xiow available While w* reached the major.Ity closely with the Florida State
of thes people by,radio Department of Education.
television and newspapers. Three movie films are pro.
or rover 63's"w1io nearly *lf'a million visitors vided which are designed to
walked across our decks and aid teachers in acquainting

; cannot: afford to: know the name DeSoto' Coun of students credit with to every the importance individualand
payIf ty. Th cruis was an out .+igy+waIt
nd1n..Uf.1o..evcr7.w.z, how |o use credit wiselyFCFA _
also& has compiled a
.W* are proud of, ( : fae.'t the Force, and our
Iii you arc over C5. Amphibious approved by the State. Department

in r medical expense m\\ .... ship. Fj ch ...f8 believe sin. of Education and has
in scrvic sod have
our
I rarely
". \ can't t>*>?f fof I it it'a great pride in the reputation been th\hual..uc.1J.y recelv.

.'.(,..' yours for tho asklnsr. already and outstanding schi.vemetltsof ed by Uacaers.Commenting.on this material f.... to a.a .f 14." b.-.A buggyup
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provided for by the ship aid Box C. Too unan com.roents 1
law. The Kerr-MUU Act The name DvSoto County ls aa follow. in the Floe.

offers Health Opportu. S.....,... w4&h prtd., pride Ida School Bulletin.: "'TM'Jem'........iMra.,..a teetr..ar erlYduupe.l e.dl......n M ,..-.......,. .. ..
a hope the people of our namesake "When nine out of ten Amer.ken hwdsn .... pe. eaR a* ...... rP''!..... Mot hd pwW-p w.,is ...,..,.." a .easilymass.
pity Program for the H- c/> t.7.w111., snar. with families.) US* con..nrier the t.4. .ins ,... The ....-, '..I.\, eoq Optea atowsee .-....,.1on. *..._
derly with the ,federal .; us. credit a sufficient understand. ...-.....ilwi had .-.ee.. .Mt. .... w. pe. sanr.trtg& Mee>tre4'.t air esety hens eoa...... ,
and state governments Sane. J>n>cu *. .I &the ship lag of the phases of erd. .........w.-... ....pal*l... ,*.d_...a era ate teeee tees epeem el eery....o .w.sew
:: and an satins of our historicalvisit It la America sevens necessary.> .... .... .. .... .... of e.... II. psijl he stow'......,..aNb. J'c J l ,
sharing tho cost a.... .ar. l included. for W Ift- The NaUooal Consumer FU M..... '.... does tit ae eK Or W fbsd.evT ielFirstVeally 4aA.M. ..,.e t- elew '-' ,..., ,,
ormaUon, X would also like totend sac Association boN prepared .......+. seed r ... v w s. alts Th.' awM. .... 'Jsep ....... .... .... Y
In most states this! .. an iavjuUeci; to ,all an Informative ast-
f care i I. far far greater D Sou> Cosily rcsftlrnU toUlt dy kit for use of nigh schoolteacher -!era.ery swat tas'Ae ads"* a eveK.. Aj.R a.. IIU&7JQN "

than that offered by f % UM salp at thcutint. ep.pnetunity'W *. Educators are Mod.In .
J f .r. tathaned InUltl th* tcbrs kit. which
t JJedlcare proposals I Creek. Vaw right' outside trace consumer ,crrnUl from' dew' '

and no atMitktnal tax Sa. ., ..f 'Norfolk.- Uve tint ef Ui. lAUaun* toe

poonmarylIf I Ioj ,IL D, MAXM the areas m day analyses its -
Us. a4. ao.ka ts.. Us futur

oj you are elderly, uw t* cover with It_rr f wagpn-iii :
years.'Jedp'
1 infest a .... .* _t rUt that !
aDd without funds for : T.. Uto T. a.,11y could k* dill sad me' Aing.TVt .
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medical ask
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your doctor about the w kai .. th* imt+. .. Fharida ConauMMT "... "W"agone eri
t' .f.J. Health Opportunity Pro- : of tle. -wales loam *tt",-t1'7, -. Aaa.cMia. also ......... ,

.', vt %. rvwfcia.. GowtMtr rams I1aW with IN Fleets -'--
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,.,; gram for the Elderly, or nyat Has pal.im.d l t.* low c.- .. Cremarero ... drive.
: ; ... call your local medical'S week e1 Oct. |1.T.) CttAMMtttffta gent SaJui.rah&\ ,_ Tech.lag. with 4-whfeel

I society.offOfrruNmr. kc* Weeh 4 TTtorMa," .wlKbt dseettly apQ. theSaM
i:' on. deei4watl..I. wee u-.I et U. _0.8 ns.eet ..-.
': It,. : .. coIftd4e with the amass.i leg ...w...... tlis ..cwttot.att.e ..

::;1P:: Jf/ PROOftAU ron TVTUOCtOTO a.caM.V" esq.sMb.. 01 1 h e Jtittase.alCbsesrm.e ahsrt.p. A1.RRITTON'MOTORS, Inc.
Finesse AaesseriatetMkb I. .. sabQtpg b hen ttsthaMleast 121 S.nth .
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Neeatee, FlarldaV THE CHURCH OF CHRIST. <
Maraiac Sarvica IIDe: .... Carnar Hickory and Wnldrfen 'I Abstracts and. Tltl. IneurancrKith
WEDNBADAYPryar : 8'''''. WA ....1
SUNDAY
Sarvica 1:30: psa..RT 'The Service You Need.
.' Bible School: 10:00: ..m.
Morning Worship 11:00: am. S.. When Yen .Need If

.. Its Evening Worship 8.30: p.m.
watI I WEDNESDAY
F. OGDEN BAPTISTCHURCH Evening Bible Study 730: p.m.
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n P.tt.n I. S.*n
Wa invite YOU to worship
Funeral' Home ".v. J. N. OlUkraatt with us.FIRST.
I
Sunday School 10 a.m.

214 .. .afct Street WA .....I Morning Union Worship 11 am. tl 'Sob Turner Standard Station
Training 0:30 p.rr.

Bvanina Worship 7'30: p.m. 1: ASSEMBLY OF OOO j Mary Carter.,PalntaEast .'
WEDNtSOAYPrayer :
SUNDAY
8ervt 7:30 p.m. 1L Sunday. School0: a jn. Oak Si. -WA 8-1411:

Morning Worship 11:00 SJD.


Sunny South Packing. mJany 8OUTH8IDE, BAPTISTCHURCH S. Evengeliitie. WEDNESDAY SUNDAY Service 7JO: pjm.

I I Prayer and Praise Service

Areadie. "'.rl.. auth Hllltborough Avanua 7:30: p.m. )

Of/lo. Ph. 3.1431. R... .124.
SUNDAY Christ Building Supply Co.
Church of the Nazarene
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nunday School 0:43 ..m. .Everything T. Build Anytbla..
Morning Worship 11:CO a.m. CALVARY BAPTISTCHURCH
Training Union 0:15: p.m. 207 W. 'Gibson l WA 8-2501 16J S. M.",..Ave.
Kvanlntf Worship 7:30: p.m. Highway 70 East
Smith's X-Cel Store WEDNESDAY ; W. M.\ McGuire. Pastor.SEI'ARATION Rav. Ordan RI... Paater
MidWeek Worafelp 7JO p.m. SUNDAY
./.rtlll.... Feeds' Ranch .u ..II.. I 'Mtare to be a Daniel dare to stand Sunday School 9:49 ..aa.

...tll.. Halters. Brltl''.. "Wherefore come out from among alon,.dare to have -urpowe firm and Morning Worship 11:00: ......

WA .-...J 117 W. Matnalla them and he: ye separate. nuith the dare to make if knd( n." Training Union 830 p.....
NOCATIE CHURCH OF oOO Ix>>>rd. alai touch not the iinrleuii" thing; If a Kujtulun' soldier were to come Evening Worship 7JO: pjn. Tropical Termite Control, I Inc.

SUNDAY .and I will receive you, and will be a over here and walk into line with our WEDNESDAY .' 'H.", Owned and Operated
.. Suaday!! chool 10:00: a.m.Morntig Father unto you and ye shall be My soldier and claim to be an American Prayer Service 7JO: p"t': Guaranteed Pest C."tr.l ........
Warship 11:OO a m.Evening 'won* und) dAutthttrr, with the l laud Almlxht soldier, you know what would happen Lleene and 'Insured
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Bill ''Hirt, Distributor TUESDAY Wonhlp: T-OO: pm. .// U ('or. 0:17: & 18. and how fast. If llickeyIantle were 1i N:Pelk Areadla WA .nlt

af88ALTE8T Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. Uurinir our Lord's mrthly ministry' to walk out of the Cardinal dugout and BETHEL MISSIONARYBAPTIST. .
DAIRY PRODUCTS ] TjrjRSDAYY lit malls it very clear that there were step l up to bat for the Cardinals you CHURCH,

".., Th. Baal Oat S..h.st. IVsttitl S..rvta* 7:SO p m only two claMHm of i l.rnlI|>>le in the world. know the game would be called and Last Cypress. St."''A.
Ham. ,Delivery There were those who were IIU follow- .steM| would be taken to put Mr. Mantle North Ret era A...
Sao .. Mllle..ereuen; WA ,,1722 r em and tho.e who followed Satan where he belonirs. SUNDAY

.. There were these who were on the nar The case Is clear. We are either llunday School. fl:43 '..m.. Arcadia Seafood Market
turning Worship ll-OO:
ajn.Craning
NOCATIK row way and Chore who were the serving Satan.
BAPTIST on serving God or we are Worship 7JO: I
1 CHURCH broad road. Indeed the tfntire Word of The Lord has said in His word that if WEDNESDAY: pjn.- Mrs. Catherine Kaaiia. Owner eMff..
SUNDAY Clod: 1 makes thin very clarification.: I we would come clean and separate ourselves Prayer. Service 730: pjn. All Kindt af .Fleh. and 8.a Feeds In Seams
Peace River Moving*.. Storage Sunday 5Gbool| r 145: ..m. think I ran hear Joshua: tuck In hli day from the unclean thing that He( .? 17 8. Mm.Anadla; WA 8-471
.. Morning Worship ll-OO ..m. n* he crl.'tl l nut: C'hotkHe ye this day would be' Father unto WI and we would
Leenl and DI. ..
Lang Mevlng .
] Training Union 8:43 "
p.m. whom will '
ye serge. be III* children. Slay wean strive to
Anywhere"
.. Oak. SU WA Anytimett 8 8101 Evening Wonhlp 7.44; pjm. It ",'em1't' MM though the mark of (1111lite high the bloodstained Banner of SROWNVILLE BAPTISTCHURCH ,
tinction I lK.>twc.n the christian and the the Cross and be genuine soldiers in the -

winner tt wry much tilurrtti. In too ranks of our. Lord and Savior Jesus SUNDAY
many instance folk who claim to be Chrbt. Sunday. School iO-OO ajn.lurtiing General Equipment & Motor Co.
v... _......... FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH follower* of our Lord are still indulging / Worship ll.DOajo.Training : J..... -C"lok": B........ Ows.p
\\'e marching to victory. ge've
Rv. 8Mapaara1' BryanN. ]/' in .sinful |Hrn.tIcxt and ..bU.... and.,freluentAt are on war. Union 830 pjn.Xvening I .M..."_ Farrel and ladvetrlal' Lwlpaeat
Palk A HUhary Iace4i of where enlisted for the Worship 73O PLUS.WEDNESDAY Salea, 8.rvle. Retail...Rental .r.L aai a.
Ceurteexef Vaur > iniquity '
SUNDAY tb'e care not what the grumblers think* .14 8. Maaraa Avo. Areadla WA 0-1)11
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i voplefuf; CJ .1| have: no Hunt H' ) be. The
Prayer & Bible study 730=
pja.
dealers School 943 or what they we are.
Friendly Shell I Sunday : a.m. Influenco tI f the church: and her teti say
w. Alaa Handle Pameue AeedyearTlr Morning Wondilp ll-OO: a1A.Mv.t many for (;0.1 l sod right. nuJfem greatly We are fighting for our Savior, who

.a and .......... Traiaing hg Worship Union .6OO:.no p.m.p.m l because of thl. ami we, the church did Salvation bring. -

WtUiXCSDAYMld.We have .lost much af our |*>w.:.r for goat We are pressing hard the battle, and ARCADIA REVIVALTASRNACLE

.k. 8er ic. 734 pm in the rommtMiityvlrvro we Ilene., wa are going to aee the King.
114 W. Oak Street ATTEND THE
CHURCH OP YOUR
ST. PAUL'S CATHOLIC NORTH HILL8BOROUOH CHURCH OF. JESUS CHRIST. Undenominational rull.aoapal
LATTER DAY SAINTS Sunday School 10OO: ajm. I fCHOfC.. EACH-SUNDAY "*
BAPTIST CHURCH
D.S.t. Notional l B.nkf .. CHURCH Sunday School Morning Worship 1140 aaa.Prayer .
M. .. and .. .
Whlddet .
NVCATfeK MI7HOOI8TCHURCH Rui" .E.y. )1.!*.. issue, a. M.ah C...entl.. e AraadiaServing I 8amm nt Me nng .OO pose Uc Servic 73O: pjn.
... hluaday .!. Ce.i"'V Wlt BUNDAYSunday N.qAH ." Cortes Road Bradentoa

......r....... Banking 8lnaa IVI, School 1000 ajm.Mavnlag first "r"WUy 7'M Ma.a. .m.S 30 p.\o Araadia FUHaVa. CHURCH OF-THI- -N-AZARKNKNartn

Worahlp.. II OO a m. (WeeJily Sch dia. ol Srvlcea) Pal.* and.. Olaaa TRIN11Yra1tTNODI3TCHURCH
T"1a. ...." ..* T.SO p...
MT. OHRAIM APTIST 8U7TDAYSundiy SUNDAY
W WBDNRADAYat
.. Servie 7JO .. CHURCH School .4S a. m. Sunday 8cn ol t-O a-a*. Woes Oak St. at Oe..gi A_
am.FIRtT
(In Ow....) Morning Worship 11.00 a. m. Manilrtc. Worship 11:OO ... ..... Raym.ad Hare Ebersole Publishing Co., Inc.

.L.""vr. BUctric Service e.1. .. S1fNDAY.: .. Vnlon' 93O p. m. .. MY. ., .30'JOP.s .. SUNDAY I f ]
Sunday! Sttvoul& 1OOQ a n% Kvetvlng S pja. Sunday allies "U ..... f .,-JOe Wet Oak Strvet"'

.,..-1. 8......11.. 8.I lee(& 8ervleMalar Mvrrdn' Wa*"n t a. CO a m.EvenM1. Worship T.JO p. ttu TUESDAY alomlna-'Wonaip !!......JItYr .. ARCADIA. FLORIDA
.. Cot.... ayfl1DC ,
a.. Pump! R.ealr CHRISTIAN CHURCH Tratng Uaaasi Po"WEDNESDAY Sass .....
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90 W. ....".u. WA 3.310)! taM Maal.. 8lr..l In", Villa Rtea Ew1atr War.h1P 1 JM p... t.yetSl..tMsg'.Id 11.111I. WTDXTSOAYFrayar TJO Evening Worship 7:00: p..8.
...,,,... M... Miner' WONrAUA WEDNESDAY .. ,
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SUNDAY' .'Carve.;H.r" .. 79O: pm. Study T-* Pace: r M..11ag-7JO8CVKNTH.OAV p.m. Evening Prayer L4411ti

BlVle Krhaol 43 a m.Mr CHURCH OF OOO 700 p.m. -
.ln. Wonhlp 1O4 aj*. OAK HILL .APTI T CHURCH ARCADIA Rev. O. L. rr..""_
JunJ. > Church Ie u a..a.Yuth KtfNUAYI ADv''TaT CHURCH .... Oas ...... Arcodia Drug Store

riot Fa-aUral Saving a. L.." Meettnr Warship 730 30 pm.1v.stM1 pmWZh1 uaeMsg tlkanda7'1'c'--l' I.I0O M a.a m.Wrsip .... P..... .....- 4.tt .lataoe Ps..SUNDAYRadl WA ...., FIRST' PRESBYTERIAN I .o ; TEN Bow

I A* .ciaU4n, af D.Soto County I :: 1U1YMk1.Wmk TarMtalt Uelest .0. Po ... R. ahry 8U Rroa ruY" Service SATURDAY 0....... Cast Ha.r
w 1".at .
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1n. S nda4.4>
Po Sunday am.MaciUag
la AP'.dla At T. Sign ef TMa 81* '-
.00 ... << -
pam. Oreanan -_V -
V1.NT DAY Cstl.MmSUNDAY
Week Wit, ., T". CMntee Sabbath School WarsKip./ 11 a am.rrayer ,
Prayer $<< 1x30 p. m. 8 >> ajw Saturday E-.aIn& WoNblt T'a.9ua. .
Sunday SctMMl 8-43 SJav.arataai
Church >arrtc. 11 a-... TVTSDAY. 11-84
Worship am.
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ham Meet TM pas
Wtnn.sDAT: : SmMf Wonat T.00 8>sa.
CHURCH OF THI BRITHRCN rntoAYTJO ss.
TVMPLf BAPTIST CHURCH ..... T.J [male. ham s.rvlceWZaleLtDJIT .
a. H .*ey a Awe MeeUJM T30 pm. pa5.v. -..
Nr.*t Mule Av*. R.ba1 L.. Dyed. Pasts Auto'Ports( Company
|_ Id, Slmmana, Pae4e 7NDAY MVAMMA CITV T3T pm
Arcadia Hardcore SUNDAYftwrvday 8Wnia7 IISM a a. MtTHOOitT CHURCH I .... Pa'W awl ......... .... .......
uwa4ag. WlMtSIp II -0 a. ssv .AIK4 Rev, L. W. c.-...., P.....
SrvjoM lew a m u S. Ors.N'Avw' WA ....,
AraadLa' F,1.r... 'r MCTMOO48Y' CHURCH HktnaUy <mI. tie00 ajswMorsOng .
Mernlng; B.rvkw IJ-flO ask MtTHOOIIT PINS LEVEL We.va11.0 MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST T iDCY11
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E.nM ..ev,..L* W!Ca f>aaar CHURCH
IWf'YW-J. p.. CHURCH -.. ....". T.M pjav
SW UNSDAYPtaer Snl !leant 2r ., Mrs r.*.iH.. Rsdaj ......b a... a.. VSIDAYTsurr1 .sous, aM --.q Ie ...
),l....*. TJO pm ( $ e ire a 1 M a. w.n..c. ........ B 30 ..... Ckoar Prarur*. UM p; ....
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Pin'Polnf Refctouront \Vl"er Electric"! Motor. Service J 1 Sorretls+ Oros. Pocking Co. Inc:. Hardwcre CompandrN.

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:ARC"ADTAN.Tt"actrn.. Florida Thur .. .
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EDITORIAL. (Continued from pace 1-B) ther team 1 I.t! o.,ct &...,p..n. Ml TP)J"'t. *eMiss .

I HARtt United States. Junior Class smriMl Local Teachers: Klirig.,:, .v"i"i Mi It''".4 UiC '..

There is a treat variety of information in the average quarter In the Ft first Meade part .f the fourth Attend HomeEconomics! '.iiiver 'w .. ;t.J|JI t s..vP.4 ahbr -

Council Attends will be giving the nominating large newspaper. Among these kind are flashes from SponsorsConcessions their first and only touchdown ri .Ki-d up .\kjj-d 'wollutUMIM',, i l
i .
speech for the school. all parts of the world. In editorials and in signed col- when after a long drive Mine Meet Mcrntemskar slat"
ConventionBy Deciding to hold umns there is comment the and questionsof half back (
a Slave on news on blbrea Benton carried Last. Thin id,.iv. l'ralay. will eaeautivea..
Day. the Council set the date public interest. This immense flow of news and the baM o\er from .the 3. Saturday; Mis E. B totivrgeml Keynotssneaker of w.. __-

KAREN AMES for October 2... Thin year. the comment includes such topics as sports, society! and Dy DILL JONES Fullback Manny Ku!*rll converted .. Miss.. n.irbmi, K'II"'II-" ventmn wt'" \lit, Walter 1 h TV {tl.-
The DIIS Student Council Student Council is mainly finance a. well, as science religion education and agri making the core: Bulldogs '' .
Yea
The Junior Class of DIIS worth atte ul"'ii the SI i e ( on- Hams Jr.. LIrcrttu' <><
met last Friday for it's regular concerned: with improving our culture. Often there are feature articles on fashions will again be 18. Ft McmU7. terence of Home t;loiiomiisTeachers tin. air Tf''hl1.,'.l 1 an.."I A"IIU

bl weekly meeting in the other nchoul This Slave Day and health housekeeping, and care of children. There are concession stand sponsoring at all home a Again the DeSoto Eleven had : in Orl.imlo Education. fi 1">nn ''hfetal. .O.>-

library. money raising projects comic strips. crossword puzzles and other features football' games The proceedsof a sustomtd drive nf HO) yunK At the convention attendedby pUt tiny'nt of Kolueation.: ins '..1..1 ....-
The District through-nut the year will help highlight by the running nf ,.NI.. ......
Student Council Advertising about TOO Hone Econon nit .1 "
contribution to our school normally fills about fifty to seventy! Percent this stand plus those of other -
Convention which will be Steve' Lr\\ I". The main plug Teachers, It wan pointed out
of Pictures scattered raising projects will
Oil Slave Day. the Student newspaper space.! are throughall money of the dn\'
held at Palmetto High School be was a brilliant run that the approach: to touching Shrinks Hemorrhoids
used to finance the Junior-
Cow .... these sections! -news, features, advertising, and
was discussed Att tMku': from,, DM n ub rs will assemble Senior Prom at the end of the of 40 yfurcto bv the cniuk. Homenvtkiiig is changing ut
DeSoto High will be Raymond I ut the school and be on even the editorial pages. school stepping I.t'Two'' playa later the need fur manlpulati\ <* \Without Surgery
call for job The The history of the back farther than year.During Lewis. .
Christ Sue Bassler Jimmy any money newspaper nets this fuotbalt skirted left" end on skill decrewses and the n. i .1 I
earned will go into the Stu- most of us realize. Probably the first was season a reverse for I 13 and .
Yarbrough. Sheryl Sturbens. newspaper the stand is located on the yards a for managerial nklll and gin"I. Stops Itch:: -Relieves PainFor

Jayne Oozier, Linda Stewart. dent Council treasury Tsing Pao a court journal published" in Peking. It I is visitors aide of DeSoto Atht- tout'h"oF.nd Jimmy % .u.- anc In 'the! humrn..k.r' i.,l" th. flrtt tl.... .. ,. 411.5 f..n J

Barry Goldring, Sherry Shaw. The Student.: Council also said to have started! as early u* the (1\e hundreds" and tic Field, with. several, members brouiih. who hsd beer sittingout <<, iiicrpucn: This WRit CIII .est! .,ni a new hvnlinv abat-.u il ". 55tnnishtfR -

Viekl Shelter, Connie Itd.and' decided to sponsor a Sadie was continued 1 until nineteen thirty-fix At first it of the Class Hilling cokes the |xtt ceding. portion of in the conlorennth.'i .. ; "hhty, to ...."it k..or.., r-
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Bobby Joe Henry Our Hawkins Dance although a was produced from carved blocks instead of from type.This | and other cliff i rent foods on the ganuduo to injuries, mineIn Meeting t h.' cry and. In to Ck rrllev.., nf' i I'r "' ,..w. wbU k.surt

Student Council is running for date was not net for this event method of printing was hundreds of years old in the home side.Barry and ,split, the upright for ..n Ir relieving' pn''r, i. s. ""' 1 r .lti..
the conversion ... .. .* *!_*
vice-president for District. Mr. Weaver Student Council Gin il nkap) t
CoUlring. 64-63 Junior CORNSrX ( .
Chins when the |>ai>er began PAINFUL .n.AIn.af.ll-M.' . t'sF.u '
If we win this honor it will be l sponsor announced' that the In Europe, the forerunner of printed Clans Uusiuoss Manager, U With :JO seconds rem.an nil .. (II that ...fvrvrs ., ,,81 1,,ag
newspaperswere LIQUID
the first time DeSoto Student the Itullctoics AMAZING ZS . .
High Traffic Court made managing this yetir's ounces- again struck PIV- .tit> "vnMllkii t 1.4 ttm
School has held an office at up of Student Council members written news letter These were sent out regularly ) sltni staml ant before this dirt when Mil' M.Ve. 1'""v..".upmvetl RELIEVES PAIN AS a prohlarot '1>h.. .. I. .-><.,

the District level. Sue Sassier would meet next Tuesday by Roman scribes to businessmen and i politicians season Is over almost every h.- offensive ablli'.v l h v IT DISSOLVES CORNS AWAY .k.alrg s.l.lsscu f wed .I 1 I., ..,. .. ,- ..d,,.0
ity a
Student Council vicepresident.Dolomit October |II.J i. in distant cities to keep them informed of happenings ene will hi\t > tirk'.xl at onetime himmcriiiu through the :\1'1'd""t..n.t. .N.. Nw......own.. th0,/.., ..n ... ....Uatalii ..T..... sub w 1 Y...1.
--.--- -- --- in !Home News letter service from Huropran: capitals or another .' irons 1 the 4 Yllrd l I Ipr,., !>*i>h.. ft p..amadr.**** n Liquul v tl f.h.1 !hrl-n.. lhkm r*. ,. In nypaAry. .. rs

continued to be used in the seventeen hundreds evenafter Those Juniors who tire .-table till Trti* .. corniest thc b..illover Slat> : Ms ost*IN fn-Jmtilv oiM .":3..7..' .*.n ntrr n,.*. lanes-.....rrga0Sn... I. t r drugs

J A WHO TO CAM printed papers| had become common to work at the varsity for the point after

After Gutenberg's {Invention of printing from movable games( have an oH| ..>rtunity to Other Mii'liruit. action! in this

type, there were occasional news pamphlets<< iHsuod 1 help thur, clans: at the tl- area showed Clew Iston Squad .""U'5. At these alln1"the fruiting Naples 10-7. Avon
In Europe, especially in Germany. Hut these" pamphletswere
DD ifORYOF Junior have the mainluneesaton. Park over rustproof", ",).d. .
since ruler
not published frequently, generally .
I Lakes Wales :27. Waiuhula .O. >.
frowned comment public affair In -
on news or on
and :
Ft Myers ll. Cocoa U 5.------ '.
addition only u few people were able to read. Apparently .
Next, wish .the IliilM... < ;
BULLDOGS BEAT >g" will .. !o
.
DeSOTO COUNTY the first regularly published ult'ra| were issued: .
travel to VenireAh -re 'they : : .
in Germany in the early sixteen hundred The oldeston (Continued from page 1 l-D) will face the Indiana In a mmrttrfrrem ) .

SALES and SERVICE: record: !iM the Stratburg: Relation of sixteen hundred attempted the conversion' but r b.."I.. Theie' will '

I and nine.SENIORS. I he re was M penluty. and thesvcorul bo quite u lot riding on tlii.game. f ltLj: > :;yIfi.r
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the
.. attempt failed 1111 llulUlog are u-
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ATTEND EXCHANGE COL. The IlulUlog defense. was heal of Venue In rear lom- .- :
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Advertising Farm Equipment (Continued from puce 1-11)) (Continued from page I ill) tough as they held the Miners: ItC'UUu" by only 35-a). I'r"'V" : "''".'"

and) again tooK over the |>'ijskiti |- .- ---- -- )
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seniors with the colleges or sacrlfities: are involved It is These were many defensive : l Z"+ ..
.. ......... ........ INTI.NATIoNALT..k..d. P._ :
NN' N.Nr. de..1y1. services of their choice.The not so easy to show pride in standouts in the ASSEMBLY .
__ _. Tk. A......... u. .. ...c.._.... T__ ..d ._ game.Amonji
7If7-3. W.' ..*> ,.._.. Pa..e' wAw h..._...P_,_........,4 N.p....._......c_......__ colleges and services the school when It comes to thorn were: Tim Me- (Continued train utge I 1111) Th3 Influence' and power of' *n inJu : '. : n'rof .: :
,4s
a-.'.,. ... ... .. ... that accepted Invitations tii Col- selling magazines for the JunIor AIU.'rr.lIke! IVovau. a n d .
.. .. ..... wNf _. n.. a largely< dto"mneiA) by the :Z.::. .; -rn < i ,
-.- -- ....t.__ C..ser WAle.. ..23..Slot.Furnituro, W.. Gsk ....N.Pa. lee! Day this year were Florida class or working fur the Ulchaid Ncibvrgcr In addition list' the members, and ."i11111nIh..lr attained Without adequate.* nt.rny. h* I i t
State University ManateeJunior : stud,nt council or he I UutlUog's to his great offensive showing; duties
Air ground to hope 'for JxM...t to fcnjt.fi: t
Conditioning -.-- College: Florida College IVark Stove Lewis Was also a stand Rupert SmINi. preslilenl' nf contmittovt. Without seniority his 'inUut. 3 > i
of Medical Technology, Jones School spirit ran be shown out on defensive. The remainder |the flirt ""Ie... Chapter of (JtlllI.t. the Senate I I. e"tly l hnlited,
Stores Business College: and the United on the athletic held In the nf the!' first period l was .., Scroll' will preside over

c&NIRAi. .." Nisi ILICT.ICa.... -...*._.. "y A"An Ce.daM.e. ......- States army recruiter Alan classroom and In the community. SforrlrmaThe the Quill anti. Scroll part of "
..._-._. .._. It_.. 11 V.*.t 0." attending were Churron With over MHI students lIC'C'f.n.1 period "&lIln'ou.KI the usvembly II. will "prrw.nt fH a8 E! =kz iJ. "
51_. ..._ WAM.1 5rJl.Awnings COMPUTf ..4.ee1.kl..... ..1fa. Williams Commercial College, displaying school spirit, D.,- the llulMoga grinding; pins to the now members
e.w..t p.... Nr. .._. A.
--- --'- ._.. M.U-P..I_ It.... it W..5 Stetson University. Universityof .Sotu High could be toT h e out yardage as they look overa Co-editors. of the ((1103Orowl. ,
o.k ....... P_ .WA...... ,.... South Florida St. Leo Col Friemlliest echo l with the punt on their own :33 and Phyllis Clement nit in the order of' nlHty >In lh. rb sldaOCtC r'rtin

--- lege. University of tlorida.Massey Most Spirit. drove down to the Miner 2O Joel Corley. are In charge. of .r4hlp 0.1". S nte. Hi* inffv' -<' t. .." : ,.,

v So. Mown' PUttasNlNGI 1 tin Business College, and where It was fourth ant five and powoiful voice have gained, h..ton er.'a' ..*
mo .. h..4 .-tT >... Thi.f for thoughf the yearbook's portion of theamarmbly
r.o-T.CT.U-Aio-W..>. ... ._.._ .-.d ...a ..--,-_--- _.. Gorden Keller School of Nursing. comes from the Manatee' High and a big play was railed for They and other. 'the powerful ComHtitM .
._...... W'f .... ._. w Ar WaaN'a N. School Ilradenlon.' Florida.Kor fJU Darryl Trawick analyied members nf tow Growl staff. and ror *tty. ..M.J Aires .. Ucal r"JOn
..... ..5 _.Nn w d.e_ D.s.r.i. In following the plans for the situation and found Fort .,
Sciences all of' welsh
will Space .r. ol t:1? :
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._ c._.. -Yw _'. ._ present M skit to the slur.
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o. eiaewtoo w... 0... sne.t.pa. departure the seniors left Meade unaware as he hit i dent body This will bea4n I' Import nc ta Florida and to you as eon. of. .1..1
... w..... .Jsa.Bottled school in buses after the morn- Steve Lewis on the 10 where their annual eltUen. .
Prescriptions elm's for subslrip
avid tle) tle fans,
you Lewis
lOll homeroom period. Upon promptly oul.tipp.etwould I
lion salesGUARANTEE,
heres an article fur you from Ij. .
--- -- arriving at the First Baptist tackles for A girds

Gas ACCUSATtlV ..---..< p.*.. Church of Wauchula. where the Chieftain ChamberlainHigh and a -I touchdown Again; the, I e.l.t r.L'..'. ...1.. At..NI..wee.. e.55 1.. 1.
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w... > .*a k --*' .. School Tainpa. Florida
=. Meek:-r.. *..>;- NI :SPrinting College Day was held the attempt for the .PAT failed.
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w.. O.k .._. ._ JA .-3.1. students met In general assembly Hcatles lltasted Again: The Ilulldogs were still not !

a c.IIM1I. full A Mfwral *.. M.. until B.iO: sin The Fans Compared to "Lord through scoring In the first
saw 5.few.. raid ....4 *.Mli *rv..kHi. remainder of the program of the FlI_" characters half as they took the ball on 1
d.a.w, Cp" N *e *
!=_ .t D.sN.' A.. Cew.. from 9:43 until1 II::M.>> was Th. enperlence. of bring with the Miner tS following a 23 The Incomparable
.'. 10S1Buifding
Wee _Gr.-k ...-I..e. reow.pwnaa.w.-.. ....S.. divided Into four sessions. M.OOO teenagers to see the yard punt return by Jim McLnd Gillette
---- --- The first sessions enabled Ueatlela unbelievsble and The Itulldogs then ham ".

-- -.. -. ---. TMf AICADAN" ..d the stuOectt .ve. .atteSMi Weir frightening. And believe. me mered than way. down ... the STAINLESS STEEL BLADE J V}

; Materials O *... __.. o.*-._ first three selections which' It Is not at all funny. 2 yard line, where Gerald Oar '
Qwrep .. ...-.... reo- WA .....I. they chose last spring. The These words expressed by. Mr crashed over for the _e. gSA1 pee srtsapevWg"

fourth session was planned so Dr. Demand $,sible. child guidance There was no conversion. The c.'I. U ._.". rir '

cowing tINS. .. ___ .........1 that the seniors could returnto expert describe the Deal half ended. with the score Ar. ....,.'liar sgetksf. 115511 I 1.

.... _,-. cMN a.h......' Concrete the session in which they had lea 1 Seattle. performance radia le. FL Meade O 8 for 194 10'.r$14'' .
... ... Ready-Mixed f
Sac s..a p. N
-.- -:.:I.- the most Interest or a new college Imagine the effect of loud. The third quarter proved U* .N pa N ssI ...... h/w. .... .... r

--- -- in which!they had_become. Insistent. strongly ,rhythmic b. a defensive, battle as nei/ r-:' ;:'a.s. NNa.ands.M':::: : = -" .. .......--.:.
RIADDV.MIXID CO..c.'T'c- Irntsre.t ed s 1 ice Las t .....n.. music I that, releases tenuously --- -

,_ :.5d.-s =:-.r-= After the sessions they boarded controlled Impulses m I M It
A.w WAI.w .zs... buses to have lunch at liar- With the phenomena of mass

dee High School. Then at 1.10 hypnosis, combine that with a 1 65 CIwvatMeirr

pee ...T.LlZ.. U... d.NwM A they again boarded the buses contagious hysteria and the ec
-. d.e..aa. _. c.. ...._ fur the trip home. Upon arrival alattc feeling of unity In edor
5N'. MNa.w ...... ..... WAM.1
._44J1 WAM.f4CJI.. Transportation Service at DIIS sometime near alien of are "luv" and In this.
3.3O. they were dismissed torthe orgy anyone can become a
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day.BULLDOG'S. real live character from "Lord
"AC' ems MOVING AND trot.AN. .
r..e .-...-.,., 0' the F1U-"
Drugs _y. 0- $._. IS ._ O.a -. TALE .
P._. WA_ 1-I Ie i. A W N. liven' th opportunity one'sprkmitive
-- -- .-- Instincts will emergeand
Continued from page 1.11)

1 COM" .. __ ..s_,I dominate any dVllUednaxrrr i
-. .- TV Sates & Service We have been so wrappU up tarns. Cast Into a m..lroUc
.... S.- .._ In the football .*..... that I weld of enwtkietsl up-
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i WAM.IINI.. -- - have failed ta give credit, to h..,.... the admiring audience'

-_._- DONAIDiOW' NNj..e ... this. year's band. During the meal be protected ,rum them
M. Ad.W ..Y. e M.. ea.d
halt-Ilm. they always performa selves
ExterminatorsTtSMITI -.N .... ...,..wawa
......c_ marvelous half Ume know. Not mat girls behave a. If
w.. N .._. Nile T. Y. Keep up the good work yi IVFusan
denIS
possessed by some
.krwe.e I w -- w w
TtSMITI COMtSOt. .... ;: =' =..-::- ..ad b,. NC .i Yofcely had a surprisebirtbdjy tare-. defying In e n.tlanal I -- "
,- e.N/ a..e.d ..e ..M..Ipa. .. 0-$5 i n.awti Dew.. pony lass b.Leardaynight. stay the restraints whlfhauthorise n
.-... --.. .__ ., w".4H. T. ... 11.w 0.a .e... r ,_ It was so much of a try .. pUce on
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surprise that they thought she.
theta rep>iete I)?. fUirwl. This
._-- --- --- was going to faint Borne of
Mwa net scent p.-b"-"- but It
Electric Appliances Office Supplies/ tho e attending _re. Hue la. Ak any eyewltfie*1.
Ok.... and Matt Scott. lat The, ptfarm.nrv of the -.
-- -- -- WilY_. and lUy CroM. and '
-- .dies,. Issues a elan... at + t

.......&. 't.ct..eA..d.. Ms.L..w ee AH TOW .*.>Cf tweet i// Linda Lewis and Dennis Paltrr certain rt...IAI.. signs, such a1
-. .. wad. 1. A..s = 1.a.t.w... .I N win met.Jsai. ..V.... Yeah Y.....- A t.__t
r-- w4r.siIa1. 0..e.s. w.i. S4I il.l.
Od.r il.d
at Ine ....... pinde es srre.nand .!
nW.ou .;.- It
la class last a rhythmic snake ef tM

se ms that ie.m .wisp a- ...... Ie Haole .. remit In asn
Coming EventsCOMING ways putting Use lUoincy e.- .a. falntutg pull

pett nen< down her ba ti. A spun trf r..ieiM i us.l.r.

A few of the cawpte thtwere line IhM afepaaey kraeyErfh :

KVCNTS COMPILED >V THE sees annan l Sens lad pursing arreMi Is a ...-
Og.OTO COUNTY CMAMBCK or COMMKMCITMUMtOAV. weekend rere* Diatme K*.re tMtieMtwlta/ ao...-IhewlMng. MeaS.
sad Steve IAJlhaaav Jeans Car
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lag with sac/e5y
kepssaitp a
OCTOSIR ran as.. Miluv. Massa. slag ..ytr
IeaiS Lk anr M_r.. 1JO 1. .JO P. M. Li-." bendiaai.Kw. wlws ttant YndMtlaiwL
.... Ct..*. a 00 P. .... O.**** *..<..'.... v.DoY1ie and Dannygalley The -r1tan .. tike tW.Ueto
odd r...... 1._... ro ... M rr.t __i r.. If
S_._ at_. CVO .>, Mn M..we. TO ...... We are sortr *. host ....
Ipcte ss who Ian .
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5/g C1.et.f I a1adm t.ep. s1 re4 (,
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A.......... A_,__ $00 ... Y- Ca.ofy. C.e.1 N. Drew u.'s... CJe.- rrsean .........)'. ..... I. -- \
..... C. seal: .f M.&.... g..O P. M Cr "" N.MMewl resit are >n .... h..erit.5Z.. asdwe ..... .
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HIOAV. OCTOSIft 1. .. .
..... L..ry Noss. gyp .. k ao P. M_ 1.1..55ea. ...... Cheryl wow! WM *tVMS -.... M the. 'egra.ec..Mtr'. Ilk. ... ... ,( ../ "' -..."..,-. w I.. M)
a r....... APNaa v..... coo P. MVe.w. A....... ,. ....' in thhe karat .e./ker is son
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$aAT\lIIItO. 0<:70.... ttpuler. .. rt.ir ail' boy la.4 Crews we s>e Minn4 H< wA.w a. p515. Se peeve bet .... ./.. book at fhfisw. l>m..-r, wider )line, tQ far !It.. of .I' (J Hp. And' ir** ret.i ,.. ji- .u" ..e.r.. ... ...,.

L....,, "N..s.'I:.10 M aal0 P. M.. 1.-7 e.e4S.. w bee. aw.M and waters e1 Ye M the. Jd .f car jod jisat <<<....ldnt. beer tfof without enginara. ranrw up with a new Ki.H Coil.| awlp..lew
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Vela. ... ._ 1710 P. M.. verea C..1... a greeter Saga'-' .,
.UNOAV. ocroatn tAT w. b..S tail J---7 Pal.ttaadl II ...-- .sinesi Ail If.w55 fitting- I Into.bVt> .hither. trk trsvclMrt: Rut MM drive .,..t.I.. | .U with w..t". .... i..../l.TTf, aa4i

e1avCaa ALL CMUMCMf: ..e M glad wtew.. hwlgydleta wwr0. AM ... apes attka .aD..q! roe a 1 14 m r.b m..l.. nee fannies t-nwoth fU. mowih.r earl

h ATTKNO TMK CMClMCM' O** VOVM CMOICsT a. bays IwneW a Syp.ld. .mp.ti us Is M be tattled Y.d ktnj et mgtn gels for nw> stal/U th. .n ..er.
Grit re
700.
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r Nm N ..... C1N.. cur--. Yes .Lot se.Ay ..... ....dew.- a---- n.rlpn.t ? MI even hIf deere .1'thens ......b&4 __ IlrrlAnMg- ta feet lflr. .'. 7-etltr Iliad .t

MOfIIIOAV. OCTO.I" t. I.. ......e t L%. .. 7.r ..... r L. 1541. erHfy ... thU ''''-aMythtiksr J*' ..... titans a .|trUr. rTTVLj BTsf tart ThereH. _W v. nVelH *Ke t .ft w1.w: yea
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OCTO.SR l0p.aa ebw.. ........ a.-.. Danaer ALL PURPOU

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A.... c..... Sz%. P M. 0..eea ....---. ..... (drir sad Ann -....-- 3INONE'OILOils '

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C.o..s-. A..as.. e. e00 p WI" Ap5a.5 r..er ......... ., dey..5 ......, a.--. __ Ever t hlnf Arcadia Motor Company
D.e.0 .... Ct s.. sa10 P. -. Ilr0 c.--.. c.---.... aww tkelwe. a lawn a..wli..dq ;
nee'e e--..-. ... ...IW ....._. ens a U. eae-.taad.wgDwtDAV .CI..rr.t c we51. tgnus. Prevents Rvst ,
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Freezer Specials >. .

. __ ; Beef Sides lb. 55C S jjjQ IN. .98e BONELESS
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.' Front Qtrs. n.45i Tip Roast .lb. Chuck oas2. lb. 85C
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I74bL : \ .%'& %' Hind Qtrs. .63e Beef Hearts lb. Short Ribs .lb. 49e
Beef R oun d.6SC TABLERITE RICH IN VITAMINS

Beef Ribs whole m. 69 Arm Boast .ib. 6 ge Bee! Liver. ib. 4ge

Beef Loins 89CWholo TABLERITE REAL DELICACY
f, Beef Stew ifa. 79 C Beef Tongues lb.43e

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Franks 5 9 c WESTERN
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Smokies 12 OT. ie4fe K


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CAP $1 1 x .
Chin with leans
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LYKES I 12 0:
.. Corned Beef 'C.n 3ge

PILLSBURY TABt R/r/
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TABLERITE ...A MAN'S FAVORITE
MODESS SANITARY A R..q.. LONGHORN FOR I YOUR I

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cake Mix rnubury 2 iib.3 9C : y
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Syrup VcnnontMald. :z.loa.59C Beef SERVE, TONIGHT ,' c TABLERITE..CUT.WRAPPED tREE
Rib Steak lb. 99
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