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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: December 3, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Arcadia (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- De Soto County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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Slightly Hackneyed AServing 1.


and Refuses 1]


By ning Change

..1. Adjustment Committee
: "_ the Arcadia Zoning Board
rurned down a request Mon..
Bill day night by Mrs. Russell Head,
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Ii. 706 East Magnolia street to
Install a beauty parlor in hex
: DeSoto County Gateway to Southwest Florida-The Sunshine State's Last Fabulous Frontier I home which la in R-l-C residential .
HackneyThey district.Mrs. .

10 Pages 10 CENTS'. Arcadia. Florida. Thursday, December. 3 19GI Volume XLI No. 1C(,'. ted II. petition Head, having from property submit.

owners in n SOO-foot distanceof
v her. home, as. not being
Are Jealous Creatures against the move, pled hard.

I creatures.Wives of newspaper men are often jealous City Strikes WATER Lots Of It ship"the that zoning as case a for beauty rules.the parlor variance Sho stated' employee In.

And maybe they have reason to be. For producinga she was out of work
newspaper whether daily or weekly is a task whichif because the place where she
performed well requires 100% of a man's talent. had been employed was going
95% of his energy 85%of his worry and 75 per cent out of business "for many

of That his love.doesn't leave much. Fortunately most news- reasons Dy establishing" the beauty .

paper wives have learned how to get along just as' At 370' Depth Near Power Plant parlor she could In continue her home to, she care said for,

, other wives do whose husbands are married to their her patrons many who lived
professions. near her and at the same
time be able to care for her
This Column Is Aptly Named
The city of Arcadia has
I guess you faithful readers who start this and snack oil. oops. we mean<< water. children. t FL eM n tolh.
stay with me in this space each week will find that No longer happy in any re. : .Le.dln..t4t a". W.
rarely has a column been so aptly named.I pecV, with deriving its muni I 70b-L i set and
once dreamed of being: a great novelist but Professor clpal water supply from the 5-. .r. ela Eaat
Phillips Russell advised that with my lack of Peace River the city this ..jnu\\Jlret.: who stated
imagination I should instead pursue the newspaper week took a giant stride to. r thiS* such a business) In n
ward shifting over to wells.
field where a whole world of characters provide true strictly residential area wouldbe
to life source material. "No imagination required" AlSay Drilling Company a "wedge for future businesses .
yesterday reported results from
to coma In.
he said. Just report the facts. test wells drilled this week M Th. adjustment committee. ),
We Can Polish The Mirror on the city's West aide near< composed of Chairman Dill
Thus a columnist may go for months without writing the river. In the first one McAnly Col. Read B. Hard
anything original but merely reporting the near the, power plant it was J I M # ing. Charles hidden and W.
reported that at a depth of 'S W. benton two to one againstthe
words deeds and dreams of others. One of my old .
370 feet a "sizeable supply of S
variance. To pas, n variance
and friends that
treasured newspaper says a news. water had been found." 'S S *+ must be supported by
should be a mirror of its community and that '
paper
It was not as pure as hadbeen r unanimous' consent of the com
its editor should be the mirror caretaker. We can hoped for and because of .d mittee.
polish and arrange but we cannot at any given mom sulfide content would prove y Charles Whldden made n
ent change the mirror image. lie can only try and costly for the city to treat. ; +l motion .that It be recommended
influence others the main characters on stage to However, a spokesman was ttr' to the coning board that areas
change the image if it does not look good. quick to point out that cost of along highway' and thoroughfare .
treatment would not be as .. be studied for s possible
Just Call Me A RainmakerLast
hlgt) as with.present river wa. change in sorting laws.CableVision.
)Monday the 23rd of November when Mrs ***"'.
Dora Ebersole and I signed the papers switching the Yesterday AlSay was con. .
Arcadian to new ownership the area had its first eluding drilling on the second 'Co.
good rain in many weeks. The next five days I spent well, at the West end of Hie.
wrapping up personal affairs in the Winter Park area. kory Streets It had found no To Seek Arcadia r"
When I returned to Arcadia for good last Saturday sizeable water supply at 310
what happened? Another gully washer I feet but had received permls. Permit Monday
aloe. to.on. down to 370
With Apologies, In Advance feet, In hopes of finding an. Representative. of Unl..".
I have already met several dozens of male and female other siseable supply of water sal Cable"Vision, Inc. off Win.
old and young. DeSoto Countians Of this which might be purer In ter Haven, will meet with the
number I can offhand recall only about a half-dosen content. ALSAY imiLIJNG COMPANY engineers check' Kcrrn. Dick Woodcum aril 1 Jack UarrahlU. I' rmUalon Arcadia City Council at their
names. I shall apologize for this failing of mine in City Administrator Wayne. water in the third! of three writs thy are drilling has been given to take the well to :370 feet nest meeting. Dee. T. to seek
for the City of Arcadia In an effort to find a betterwstcr 'Instead of the HlO-feet, limitation first set a franchise' for bringing a five
ad vane.,. It was Woodrow Wilson who said he was Sanborn said,.the city was pay. channel rabto.vtalon. toba-
"constantly amazed at the ability of human beings to (Continued on peg ".A) supply for the city left to right are Russell area.
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resist instruction." That Is the case with me when 1 The) community system, wUI

it comes to remembering names. It usually comes 1 'Police Chief To be thruwgn.yiot Ida tower .ami
outMAOtnethlnjr like' this-on: the twentieth :meeting: Light ratnpany; ''wltft a luUe..
"Oh. yes sure I How are you old buddy,' old friend Crack Down On here to bring. In better television .
you old rascal? It's sure nice to see you you old service Local lnt.**aldpersona
Air Guns HereChief are Invited to attend.
son-of-a-gun your the meeting.BicycleTrain.
Optimism In The MorningOnce at rt llee& Carroll

in a great while 1 Inexplicably happen to Crew lodat announced thaithe
City' police department' will
awake and must be and about the town before
early up crack down on the' sal.* and
daybreak. It happened last Sunday, and I drove huutlrta' of firecrackers with. Kills
down to Nocatee for a look-see. There I found that C A In .the city. limits, as well as Accident
Allen Paul opens his Nocatee: Cafe earlier than almost : '''., hooting. air rifle I Former ResidentMarvin
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anybody (5:00 a.m.) and that he thinks "Nocatee: is Tho Chief' mad the** statements .
really on the move." ":Z: since approvlmstely' 7O Daalsl Hannah It.
window prow st the Smith. year.old. sen off Mr and Mr*.
That's the type of positive attitude I like a man e .
..". Avon Park,
Uruwn cAneS ae well a other Marvin O .n.
who can be optimistic at that hour.
J areas In lawn have had' the WM killed Tuesday night when
A Man With An Honest FaceOn .. pane shot owl with air rtfl.... a biryel ho wa riding (...1....
one of my first trips to Arcadia. I met banker Several! by.slanders have been. ... with the fast passenger"
Willis Peacock. Jr. We talked about the town its Y urhlly'' burned by ei plottingflre train ebmii 4o: p-m. al n blind
people and its slow-paced life. ..rsxhsr* also* he painted corner In Avon, Park, tlo. died
_.. especially during .parades.There al Walker. Memorial. lloapilaU,
"Tell me frankly how like itr I asked Peacock.
you real.dent. .
.
Is and Tbo Manna family
"I love lt/he shot back In all llerlou....... And prohibiting' a state the safe. rltylaws eire off Arradi. for" many,

Willis has the one asset any banker would give a of fire.crochet*, and there* years, .had only recently ....,..
million for: An Honest Face. I I. s elijr. *)rUlnan e against ... to Avon Park from aero.Voting .

Whet,The State Hospital Means NEW: COMMUNITY GYMNATOBIUM was accepted Council.. Ibis week Formal! dedication plans have lh* see of air rlftee. ....pa Marvin wa born
M. II. Townsend personnel director at ,near-by Arcadia been tentatively' set for December 15th. when adult. ar. prevent.Chleff January f. 144 In Pell CHy.Alabama .
the City "
our with minor corrections, by Crew. said. that. his -but. had live .....
state hospital reports less of a labor shortage this department had. been alertedI all.. his 111.. II* to. survived br1k
picking. season than 'in any other. We have over bring offender*, slang with '"* parental. & two .brother. Dor. 1
800 employees. said and this number .Is more or City Accepts GymfiatorrUfri As Complete ,Derficatim Is Set the '..,...... befnr. Mayer I*. tell and Denote Manna. and e
less constant now." he said. I*, apr .In Coy Court, sister, Linda, alt off Avon Parks;,
The greatest turnover according to Townsend, .Is by grandparent on both. side.,
In aides. The one big at the moment is for M.rsber..1 the Arcadia City Frt.uell at a cost off appromlmately for Sunday.. December. at Attending. .InaperUon tow, Mr, and Mr*. LeeslU Hannah.Arvadia. .
a Social Director. vacancy- Council mad a final .......- I7SUMO. It Is joint the t..dJd&a4lcr... arrange were Maw. Spurt. City' Ad, Weather Report and Mr. and Mr*. Kl-
than tour off the ConununltyGymnatortum endeavor by the City off Arcadia. bests are t....-.r mlUt"Hrwnprtnrlpal. minist.swr WayneSuperItendent fj>n bnrn,., Deletlian.. Low Main taw Murphy off Limestone.
Incidentally Arcadia and Its Immediate suburbs .Is at SntithBrvwaschool 0..... School awed J. If. W.M,. M.,.rr. ar Iub4>. la.slrurtlon .. ".., M 7. SO JH Services will bo held. .. the
home for about 600 of the hospital employees. Another and accepted the) build. and the IMioto Caunty Con P. Spwar will make tfc.* for. .. Hugn n....... and.I leer, 17 7S so so .MiihIUa vaptlat Cnurrh rrU, "
100 or so live elsewhere in DeSoto County and ... It to .... first Uma formal ............ ntamber. off tfc .., .
InC as being betnUaUy misaianvrs. ClljrWortey c- Nov. >. 554 I.IJ ..... *:CO .,nan. ..""( .... ./.... 1
perhaps another 1 the neighboring counties. .. be ...... by the cwn. Ilea bad .n .Isdew gym. epec1a.17'' the p MW. final Jbnmy. lw>wwvCuewland .tee I Wv >e Ve eJ! K.t>art*.rJrady tn charge oTrrangantenlsw ,
.
Our 41st Year of Service trocior.The A formal dedication ..*.. program wee net> ...u.... at and Wally CoUins,I fJae I II 94 JOQ '
building.. to be. put Inuae many for the gyaMkatortoMnae pros time but win be ... and William rrtAssU. arni". ,
The I is I In Its 41st
Arcadian of service to De-
year by SmJfto.Brvwn ba.. .. been. tmiaUvely arnedutad' aewwd nest ...... but
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Soto County readers. It finds me wondering how ketbail taaen this w..... WMplanned ---- ---

many savers of old newspapers: there might be 'la by the. IT. Myers fined .

town and county. If there Is anyone with a 1924. ardUtarU., McBryde and A STATEMENT OF POLICY

edition of the paper we wilt gladly take his or her

picture holding It and also extend or give a year's TII';'$...: A UK OCR OHJKCTrVKMThe .
subscription with our compliments. Candy ContestAt
Anadlan will stand for growth* mailer a chance to .to heard so long
Teenagers Can Be Right not for the aak of MgiMa akme In an their' a..a.... are signed. owl. not paw
Teenagers. can't be all wrong and the one that got Kwik.chek town and couatjr not to gain. any ,.,.. or litolou,
off this comment we suspect was pretty accurate: smokestack) on our bor oa. whatever. We perm}.. all our efforts In put out.
-My Oed wants me to have all the things be never For Employees the Industry or pay raW. Hut rather the best rwrwspn|.. rr Arcadia hAIl overetijoyavl.
had when he was a boy including five straight A.. growth .In that a growing' city can We.a.r": far more "Interenu .
oa my report card." (Prom the Galveston Pilot.) KwUuCnefc if-.- Irvtntike ..? prwlde fee Its du..... | In this. than attempt!**.' U. produce
Moen s..eusae4' ...., fiat The ArcaOan win not straddle the an advertiilns circular/ There' U r A
'She Come Crawling To Me' Arcadia ..../.. sanu.l sew.pMe fears on every 1 heal .IMW. *. and It will a phew for everyone and we are cotIlJ-
The ......llm... .hen-pecked husband was brag. test a ..eaa .nawg M eta. not follow: a pmMtar ...ilJcSa..'. pray .s.a& Arrsvilla will rally .behind. nWo It...,. e
gins to a friend.. p.enrMeg..ntwt.. ter .. lien of demanding lacreaaed servkoe .1aterwtlat." wdl-u. ..tt.vw1( sea.prrA,
'.u.1) finally did it," 'he exclaim -Lat night sew. M.. nady syh awarase7 with J lower tas... son utlilsr tsp iflrrwnvwl.d.!
Taew wee Mnee b new
my wife came crawling-. to me oo her hands and nnMtweey. The Arradlan wOI ttr.. that !J Hollturi to see r:

kneNo faaaaM t..b. Are+Mlm sage.Dire. nrhooAa ... ascend ta aon, and that The Arrntliast.. fca a weiVprtntaiJ I
ktddin-. George. .hie. friend taid. That' blt0e...e lee .. ..... ..4wpM1ew laat If tfeU repair more tax "*. ** ?. ....-.p.s-r.. Eec' there" ran .bo nothing.
wonderful. What did she say?" fee ...u.L. r w51 w_ a "'- '. wa should rai It and speed 1C There sacra crushing-' any pew. .pet<*r than
'.a. as I recall. It WM voroething. like "Come out .., i.. r>* better ha.e.t..t.. And there U .. have "It difficult to read..
from reader that bid yw coward. Tbls eeeM. bald.. .... tw as nothing that *aO a dir to. indiastry nlaarkJy Al all tJme. w. .)0J tare .*our crllrUfar .. .. ,

Rrra...t ee.rtre. Lsl.4.gat a* gw.J nchnnta.We editorial. uffrort to .....t this
Thanks, We've Found A RoostTe .b. + pledge to rrpmrt In fed tW. a.w. ceo,... rhkh. watt Lang this. ." ....., 'i5 :
all the. reel estate nma| aa. well as *aaayowners .... beg ..yn n e+hMwe ./ out town and cneaty. fartaailjr and ge.11. the P8'A1..t' Sank.... tao path
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bald .
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of the eftr wno had 1omr-Snam .hem..* far wad sere.iri.ew. eAi>"tlvefy.. There will Ut ...., whkli" will bnnsT net. .** nMMte a t4gv.r
same. we say taaaks for betting .* I* **.. loo. .. .+1f't,1.d..1 we.w ...... lat of the newf>a ore sad .* .4J.W-- fJ rV>tJ County. Iola better ....
After five atraigfet days eC resist slut most have Se bb.r den. Ae1r.ws ...... B.t k wO bo .In the form *< In ttinr al*ut Ibis.. a7mkibl. bill. CY.WTIY1CATY. or )....arr. U. displayed. fey" Jerry ,
.... .everytiti atra>:.Nr w tike Hackney .... ell sic ..." .... ze drtr ties. fttMMrimU plainly nsarWd as this.. .t9.ear J t.,.. w. dent. evjwcf lrw q'" awppnrt.Bert T.-y.. .* Tliw**'. lOA .....11...... taar He won. aC. I
.... now. found a rwwt. near tW west **.. xfcnnU, lead are. wta. 51s ........ beets In ....... asms slotsiitr.ee,,burs wo *V. otrtvo for lor)7* ....... a ,..... siu.etiag ef /'lends Retail. NevlanA&eta : .
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earl wQ tw? Asst) be In fat Christmas H.Kdijra, -rem %. Use odJt-cm. ).. jraaniie .. y.ve anj J. f. .. ...., (ven ,.... __ *.ltlui .b. Uri.a's' .lest Stoe M FlIS 4-A ..1t

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THE ARCADIAN Arcadia, Florida Thursday December 3, 1964 '




.1 CHIT CHAT: Junior Club MetTuesday Womans News of DeSoto Women r


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,11 7 macs: Sul j Nov.24 Arcadia Garden---

.... Tdlirlst Club Holds Annual l '
I
'. SI* Foflt Sail Fish Mrs. Betty Forbes, president,' .

All I of Charlie Whidden'a friends know that 'he 14 presided" over the business Thanksqivinq Dinner at the Club Club Will Meet
the Arcadia Junior
meeting. of
quite a fisherman. He fa the kind of irian who wdrka
Club the regularmeeting
Woman at
and playa hard and is a good organizer In that h*! does held at the Club House The Arcadia. Tourist. Club, by Neva Howe accompaniedby Today, ThursdayThe

not let one interfere with the other. He has been .Installing on Tuesday night NoVember24th. ': held, their Annual Thanksgiving : Millie Powell on the piano. member. of the

a central air conditioning and heating plant in r ,I dinner at one P.M.. Thursday A quartet consisting of Joe Garden Club will have Arcacii a C.v:

the 'Palm Beach home of the B. F. Well tl.! and thahagea I "Come all Ye Thankful People November 2ft, with about Proud, Heinle Kerckhove ered Dish Luncheon today,

to get In a little fishing along. On one of the first trips Come", was given a* the I 130 club members and guests I Frank Bohn, and Joe Nelson 12 noon December 3. at !the
Charlie taUght 3 ft. 5 In. Sail Fish and having (itmounted. r .( devotional by the Club Chdr.ui II enjoying a bountiful dinner. gave several lively seectiohs. Garden Center.

SO he Wanted to try his 'lilck }ig lrt. Wednesday y groups They call the meal a "polluck" t The program was concludedby There will be a Plant ttt
his chance came. Kenneth Adams was scheduled Final plan were made for affair in that the club a new pattern dance by change.All ..
(the Christmai Dance which furnishes the turkey and dress. Faith and Frank Bohn. They
to with him on Wednesday, but something\ came members are urged
go will be held at the Elks Club ing. rolls and coffee. and the had learned it during the sum to
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that he could not go so Charlie left here very early attexuL.DESOTO
up on Saturday night, December members bring all the vege.
and alone. He went with B. F. on the Welles boat the i 19th. 'tables, salads and desserts. mer.A few more guests were In.

Captlva, a 23 ft. Bruiser, and during the (early part of MISS JANE' DISHONG The Club project for the The tables were beauUful.y .; troduced at the evening meet.

the morning;caught a B ft. Sail Fish. He plans to have f year a Kindergarten, was discussed. decorated for the C"eIlUon ing a few "Happy Birth

it mounted. Before 10 A.M. Charlie called wife Deanie Miss J. Member have been by Mr. Ben Deal and Mrs. days"' were sung, and Anniversary .
from the boat ahd wanted her to tall Kenneth. No<< not Dishong working on getting one started I Ethel Ransom. Yellow mums celebrated.The '' ad

to tub it !Ih because he was hot along but Just becausehe J lr1gaged: to for pre.tchool age children. and pagRr turkeys were usedon evening was closed with
was so happy tie then came in and worked real They will continue to work all the tables. The flowers the group dancing as 1* the '
for this project. were picked from the gardensof usual custom ending w hat
hard the remainder of the.day. Two sail fish in a mat H. Rayborn Jr.Mr.
.
The club members are vital. Mrs. Robert Odum and Mrs. was for all a very Happy: Miss Florence Burtscher
ter of a week is a good datrh for any fisherman.Thanksgiving and Mrs. William Word ly' Interested In the Federalon Elsie: Easterday. Mrs. Albert Thanksgiving on a perfectly FRI. thru MON.

Was Family Day Dishong of 311 N. Lee Avenue project of conserving a deslg. Harvey was chairman of the beautiful Florida._day.Nocatee Miss kurtscherErt
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'Most everyone had their families tdgether for Arcadia announce the engage nated plot of ground in Florida dinner committee. Mrs. Harvey mh/m! !: IT"! urur..il iiJ

., Thanksgiving. and it was a beautiful day 1 went to meat and approaching mar. as a National Forrest Plans and committee served the td THEIR FIRST BfUdENCTH
tiged
Jack. nvflJe. My ulster Ruth Smith of Orlando, Went n ate of their laugher Jan were discussed on how best to coffee and otherwise kept P.T.A. MOTION: PICTURE. COlOR!

With me, and We spent Until Friday visiting with my Edwina to Cray son H. Ray. help. things rolling. They marchedahi4ititit Robert ThomasThe
slater. And and Bbb Millar. .I fame on back as far as born. Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Pistil wVFTfoade' Poi' members the tables as at a Had SuccessfLiI'Carnival: 'tklfAlts

Bartow Friday afternoon and Hpertt.Until.. : Stmday' night' I Gray son II. Ray born. Sr. of to make their Annual trip "cooks p r.de" to recieve the engagement of Miss
Arcadia. to Sunriyland rt. Myer. bn,appreciation of the for
with 'my son. Chesterfield II. Smith; VWlah and! Chet.: group Florence Burtscher to 'RobertA.
The bride-elect's sisters are December 16th, to give their work. ..
I went with them to the Florida'game' Gainesville[ on Mrs. The Nocatee: Parent Teach. Thomas .Is being announced ERNESTJOEFLYNNTIMCONWAY. fA'11'BORGNINEWl1.V
I Frank Hagan, Jr., of Sar.atota Christmas party and a gift ,Guests and late arrivals were
Sat in the rain all but H wa* era Association wishes to ex. by her parents Mr. and 1
Saturday. Afternoon, and Miss Judy Dishongof for each: child In the. tome Introduced and welcomed by ;
tend belated thank to Mrs.. Joe K. Burtscher of Ar.
In' Orlando went to ''g' a you
It since Won. Her
worth I we While, Arcadia. grandparentsart there. the offlcaj hostess Mrs. fluids
Tea at Sorosi for the Ca who Were being pin Mr.. and Mrs. John Lesley The International i Affair program Tottness. who had just arrlv. all the people, and to the mer. cadia. Mr. Thomas is Broward the lIOn

'sentted Saturday night. The Club\)' lI use. Is most aU 'DUhong.. Sr. of Arcadia. She chairman Mrs, 'Art FU:: ed the day: before from her the chants Annual who Halloween helped to Carnl.make Thomas of Mr. of and Wauchula.The Mrs. AND THE WHOLE McHALt'S CREW!
the .tt'hefrHh.. Is .the granddaughter of the 'two delightfulguests home 'In Shell Wisconsin.
tractive: and was vtry festive fbr Tea. co, presented Lake val a success. A large turnout bride.elect I I. a graduate A UNIVERSAL icTU"1r
late Mrs. Wilbur risk roster Mr W. Schulffman The. members gathered
candle : again
ment table Woa beautifully appointed with silver ; was on hand and member of of DeSoto County High 1mJDlIIIIIIBIIIII1III1IImIIIIIIIIJplus!! !!!!! !! !!!!! !!!!! : :
of russeta.; Oa. of Tampa Area Representa si 7-30: ) p:m. to enjoy a
of a caroussel with : pro. .
the P.T.A.
abra flank'p'jt' a centerpiece hugs certainly: appreciated School and 1* presently attend
Miss Dishong.. honor grad. which
an tive for the American rieTd Brim could be called"Schdot
1t beautifully : all the -
( time that
miniature debutantes, terapac'hd''with was spent ing Florida Southern CollegeIn
uate of DeSoto Is
High School: DerlIn1Ichan&e bWarranged b
Service and a West ; the
colored camellias. The delicidus party k> sandwiches and Senior at Florida setting up the carnival and Lakeland.Mr. .
a Presbyter. student:, that'Mrs./. broth \ chatrthan. Mrs. Bessie" THE "RACY" STORYOF
pastries, with the tea. were a welcome addition after College. Sft. Peteributg I all the Item which were do. Thomas I* a graduate of
'' an Schutffman brought with her Stiickey.: ., Poem>!i were. re. nated FAST BOATS
going; down the long receiving'line' with. the hostesses, majoring In music. Throughouther Brlgitt Langel. TheV brought Cited .bVlittle" Albert liar. for sale: Hardee County High School In AND FASTER
and the fifteen debutantes. '1 'do'''hbt ever remember college year* she has been Interesting message before the ve*,- Heinle Kerckhove. JNlckKrorher. telved The program this year re. Wauchula and Highway: Patrol TEENACERSIFILMED !

seeing so many beautiful young ladies In my life at one a member of the college choir group stressing, the value: Iri \: Frank Bonn, Nellie I I from an enthusiastic res.. School In Tallahassee. lie I* a I
all dressedUp. and wag formerly In the Sand. I International relation th* Newberrf, and Julia Grvbln. ponse a capacity: audlence. Trooper with the HighwayPatrol :
party. All the college girls wt'.hoatieand*: ;: tl\an The highlight of theprora" In Charlotte County. IN FLORIDA!
piper She !Is alsd a memberof bringabout. Minnie SchwobeF took offense
exchange bf sudent* cart ,
It was lovely party. / ,
a and
was the speech will be
Wedding plans an.
Belter1 Late TMart n.Neve national" Bptllon Pi lot!. a\t the poem" Julia recited.: Af. I the n* n. n.
that the that the Nbdatee' .Pareht Teachers Mr. )ftayborn's brother Is Mr.Terry tfosteste Mr*. janene N6: ;'. 11?" a few 'hot t word* 'between Juanlta presentation honoring who Mrs.has nounced at a later date. /11/ItJUI1 stof
Is Way Raybora of Arcadia and i ton Mrs. Ivette Pardee, Mr*. 'the"two. ,'they wet* sent Wop Hollingsworh. .
Association was about reportilitbtt'the) results! of their hi. grandparents 'are Mr. E. blabs\ Carder, Mr. Peggy Me. oalt. corner's ijfh.. idom. given so many :years of service

Halloween[ Carnival. They worked;'so hard that they L, Todd and \tft* tat. Mr. Toddof Call and Mr. Madelyn Hay and Pied to, wear "a 'ttUnce" to the school. The speech RUMMAGE SALE _

were too tired to talk for a week)t, end,then brought the Philadelphia Mis*. den served refreshment during hat. Jrtt Upe+ted 'In' between and was made by W. L. Woods, SATURDAYThe r: .. ..'. '
report In Tuesday of last week/and too late for last : The prospective Wooed, a i the social hour.Langford the ''numbers tad the program Mr.gave u* the highlight of .. t

Week's .paper. But the delayed report Is in this week National Merit scholar from I were, tongs by tM entire "itu. and her Holllngsworth'work in the early schoolsup : life Women church ,of will the have Presbyerlan -
a
and they did appreciate all Who': attended as well as GuUport Ml.**, High School dent" body: frank Bohtt led until her retirement at Sale
Rummage Saturday Dec.
donots and workers. Is 'a graduate of Rensselaer the group in singing "AmeHcaIhd''Lleautiful .. the end of the
past school year. i starting at B
a.m.
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Polytechnic "
: Institute In Troy, Family "How-do.you ;
Bazaar Saturday Night The
Don't Forget committee want to The sale will be held In the
New York. H
was employed: .do". "Carry Me Back To Old
Paul's Church will have Bazaar again
the members of St. a by the Sperry Gyroscope Com express their grateful lasonic' Tempi on North -
and Barbecue Saturday night December 5th, at the pany and I* presently: a grad. Reunion In Virginia. Ethel and "Long. Langago" Millie appreciation' to all who help Monroe Avenue, next door to I
Ransom
Harden Center. A Valuable crtttheted bed spread 'will 'vat atudent In Physic: at Powell and George Chalk ed to make, the Carnival' andprogram he Presbyterian Sundayschool .....A""r..... coc.OIfI .1

be given away to the lucky number of someone eating the UnlvenUy. of Florida at BrownvilleMr. i played piano solos, And proved a success. : building; -

barbecue. And It only takes bno ticket The dinner Gainesville.The that: their music teachers .were .., .
will be served from 5 p.m. 'till. wedding. 1* planned for and Mrs. Sullivan Do. earning their money. Tall c ,;. ,_

Week before last Dee 0. Hargrave was In her Holmes January 3. INS at 3:30: p.m. tier were host Thanksgiving tales" were told by Joe Nel. New '

\ Beach home; Tho member of the Holmes Beach Episcopal at the First Presbyterian Day to the Langofrd Reunionat 'Ion Charlie Jones and Heinle, Samsonite Silhouette 1

Church had a Bazaar and D. D.'s next doorJk'hrhhor church. Arcadia, Florida with their suburban home In Kerkhove; a musical reading

' her picket 1 should say accepted a rrttptlori( 1 Immediately{ .following Qrownville.Mrs. 'ln the uapal.wa7"} was given
sold
at the Arcadia Country .in -- JlVaf OJf&foitjw
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Rosalie Dozier hIt
i donation. Anyway, she wbn a perfectly lovely water- .
Club. No formal Invitation usual efficient manner, had : :,19.95.
color in atttactive frame. You may win the UetpaK seat .
picture, an are being sent locally but all everything: that on. could ex.pert Family PartyThanksgiving ... A .p
bed Cprehdso plan to attend. friends are cordially Invited .
.. to have on the long tables '
to, attend, out In her beautiful garden ON JANUARY 1 THE: PRICE.\

Annual Gifts to Vfcterdris;! Hasp. I *. Other member of the Mr. and Mr*. P. W. liar. I GOES Of TO $25.00: /
.
Lfocal Ihsurtihtie family brought In many delicacle ward. Jr. entertained Thank
I to add to the menu pro.vided living Day with a Family din. -
back
thalr. send to their families
Mrs Margaret' noprl'
I
, ReCe1UlsCoveted by the hostess.The e
Agent ner at their suburban home,
man, announce that the mem- home. I
In visiting. Brand Icij
day was spent south of Nocatee.: new
worthwhile
This I moat
a
ber* bf the KI< Auxiliary havetent .
AwardMr. Attending were Mr. liar. IRIYIt r
their annual contributions project that alt member par. and
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Attending were Mr. and ward' parents Mr. and Mr. y
for Christmas to the\ Veteran Uclpat .''n.Rocky. frank!; CarrolL Agent Mr*. E. C. Langford. Mr. and I P. W. llarward. Sr. and his big enough
Hospitals 'In Day Pine, Lake fur Liberty National Lit In. .
Mrs. James David
Langford. sons
brother t Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
i-'lty and Coral Gable stiranc Company ha. the for her .
won and Dean Mr. and Mr*. and Linda
Hayward daugher
Comfort' article were Included Johnson Fort Myers District -Most Valuable ,. Bert McOeod. Mr. and Mr. 4 If Jacksonville. D3- ....pale "?,
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< for the patients, and Agent Award" for the Marvin Lan,lord. daughter L carries eyerytWng
Rifts are off display at all Has Party third quarter. lie also1 won the Harriet Mrs. Jean Valentine he needs :1

three hospital for the pa. award for he second' quarter. children Susan Paul and Mike, fotovwn.l&ht.I .11III '

Uenta to pick ou| thing to On Birthday This award I.I given for alee all of frostproof; Reverend and .Yi .- r

..a....- a made during the quarter *er.vice Mr*. Wayne: Langford. and I .,r
Rocky Johnson on of Mr. rendered, to pollcyown.er two children of Lakeland; Mrs. i
and 11. r*. Hobble Johnson and his attitude toward Hazel Cornell Mr. and Mrs. ".. Brand new
.
'eelebsated wlth a birthday: his policy owner*. District and Berry Brannon. and two chit ... .

.' CHICKEN party at his home at 31* Sun. et-rgiiotl; dren; Mr. and Mr*. Edward enough
; has also small
eel Drive on Wednesday Nov.uA earn. Darksdale and daughter Donna

v ed the Half.Million Club this all from Ft. Myers; Mr. for him
ASKETf ctrcu theme wa* depict.' This 1 the third In
:year. year and Mr*. Sandy flowers, sonLana IS*
\ ed by appropriate decorations succession that he has won V Jtpak slip easily
of VIM IUU Farms. ;
throughout' the home. Game this award. To win this award Mr. and Mr*. Foster K. Fuller! Brand new under hUJt. IN&.
.
: $ .00 and rfrenmen were enjoyedby :you must make sale of In.urance of West Palm Beach; Mr. and wpfAfirJ 11 and II

the gueot Those attending! of ever JSOO.OOOOO. Mrs. $. B. .Blount. Mr. and
were: Mr. Carroll, lives at 31 Wa). Mr*. Howard Sorretl. daugh. smart enough
Charles ilarrison. Jeff Whld. nut Street, Arcadia. lets Jane and Susan, and Mr*. LMn) see a way to sheep for both
den. IUU tlevl. Rusty IllpfN W. E. Sorrels Mr. and Mrs. wo a....""."',
..... Ovat girt for either
Johnny Hilton, Linda C. Miss Gardner Coleman Brewer, son Mike
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ft; Btevto dlbtoe Hoona Olbbe, P.. .
With Slow Potato and Mark all of Arcadia; Mr. I -
t Jimmy_Turner. Larry Carper. Will Make and Mrs W. r. (Bill) C..*". .
-*- Bert Doty. Deborah lolling 'land children !Yank. Cameliaand
wvrth. Doug 0..... Jeffery Miami Mr. and
Eat H.,. Official Visit Danny of ;
Jhrwon Mark DrltUAasUtlna Mrs R. L. (Bob) OeveUnd.1son
Or Carry,..Out, Mr*. Johnson wroiMr Mr. Attls. Gardner" of Jack Gary Mr. and Mrs, Jack|
: *. Nancy Turner Mrs Car. .omvllte.. President of the Re.b.aah Thoma aU of Bradenon; Mr.

ollne Qlbbe and Mrs.. Vlvlenn Assembly: .f Florida. and Mr*. 0Tkt....... chUI I I

?INE PO1N ,r r'i2E5Lt' !at\IftIt. .,.. --r;.,. 1\ to will die make Arcadia her Rebekan official Lodgeon visit. I j.circa' West Vk_"Palm ChIpper.. nc1and and Matt I


41 llAA T TW +wIt1NCyter ''''' .. She the will evening be honor of December guest at'I 1 the hosts. Rosalie and Bulllvmn.Doctor. ,I

a covered dlah dinner at e:Mat .
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THE.ARCADIAN", Arcadia, Florida Thursday, December: 3,1964 3-A:
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Is a graduate or Levlly Tech f and spent Thanksgiving 'with beth of Jupiter spent from --- -

T trl' \ !e'er s 7rn. nical.Hi h School of Tallahassee her father. Mr. and Mrs. Eu.1Mne Wednesday 'bight -until. Sunday. U. of F.. GaiTio-tville; Royalync> I will :-.pcnd: 10 Buys ,there, and |I with their parents, Mr. and
where', mi was' an honor Turner, and wie her I 1.. with ?'M. "Mr'. par DPISi aril Kitty Oat Morgan,,, I'' will th.-n go to Hsds oWi. Mr"*. C. S. Hays and Mr. and
student brother, Eugene, Jr. Friday, ents. Mr. and M r.. David Rltgling School 1 of Art Sara Kentucky to spend me holidays Mrs. Fred ''Markett.Mr. .
Miss. Turner went' over to her Browder. and with her bro soln and Ann Parker: University with Mrs. Mantis ..-
Miss Wniie ti&CiU': and Miss ..grandparents Mr. and* Mrs. I. ther. David Browder Jr. of North Carolina, tee Mrs. W. J ..1lsbey.j and Mrs- Ralph Lam.
>. Virginia Cfccltt of Macon, D. filer: and visited with them Chapel Hill, North Carolina ; bert of Atlanta. Ga.. arrived
Oa., were weekend. guests' of for the remainder of the week. John Kelsey of Nocatee spent I James Wahlron returned early Thanksgiving mornMig:
the Brown family. They were Monday In Saraaota. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnnnn.ad home last weekend followinga Mr. Lambert's mother Mrs.
Overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nan Adklnson. and son inn Jehnny of Tlfton Ga. visit in .'t. Lauderdale 'with und spent until' Sunday with
Mrs. Clark: Brown on Satur- AI. of Arcadia: returned' home Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hollandwere spent the Thanksgiving ho4id his brother. Mr. and Mrs. :Mrs. John A. Simmons.
I day night thrt week" :, from Columbus Ga. business visitor in Punta .. s* with their parents Mr.and Wayne Waldron and family.
Mrs. Juaraita Hollingsworth j guests by taking them to Sara where they had Spent tt week I Gorrta Wednestiay.Mr. Mrs. Hubert L. Johnson I Wood row Kerce and faugh,
stint the Thanksgiving iota Ft. Myers and other Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hayward t I'with Mrs. Adklson's daughter .and Mr. and M I'a. George. Mr. and Mrs. Michael: Charney I ter. Candy of Tallahassee
day In Sarasota with f points of Interest In this. station and daughter Linda of 'Mrs Betty Campbell.: I : and Mrs. David Brow. B *fnit. son Mike and Mark, of spent the Thanksgiving week
and' family Mr. and of the state. Jacksonville spent from Thus. I I'1- :I der. and Mia e. Susie Mad Alma Sarasota sCOntVedneada" and end with his mother, Mrs I.
N. Hollings>Eth,,. Jr.,. day through Sonday with his I. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith. :Murphy went to Cordele, r. and Mrs. Rob Marxer Thursday with Mrs. Cherney's N Kerce. South Mills Avenue,
family. Rev. Tom Capeli Mr. ,and parent Mr. and Mrs. P. W. :[I and son Harold, Jr. were WW- Oa. Thursday .f"noon" of :.10 Mrs T. A. McEachrrnFt parents Mr. and Mrs. Nate and with Mrs Carl Durrance.
Jenkins Mrs. Louis Felton. and Mrs. Harward Sr.R'itankglving. nesday nl&htIe.ta of1 r'j I I last week, and on Friday morn gene tCl Ft. Pierce' today I Reecv.
Mrs. Joe and' O. H. Patrick of Nocatee., visited I Smith's mother Mrs Rupert ,, Log attended! the funeral of day. tt carry Mrs. Mar Sherman Harding of Orlan..
children. Rusty and Mrs. Fount Kelly in Lakeland : holiday guestsof Smith. They work enroute to their cousin: \Irl.: : Clara AljeEnglish ,ker's; mother. Mrs. C. G. Schfcldt. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Markett. du spent the Thanksgiving holidays
Ann, of Mami.} spent the I Hospital Thursday of last Mrs. Leila Ifewtome were their home In Naplesfront I I Fletcher. They rvturned home following a visit daughters Beth and Kathy with his parents. Col.
week with Mrs. Jenkins week. daughter Dr. Anne Newsome'' meetfnt> JlaroM. Jr. a! he arrived .I 1 to Arcadia Friday night.- she has made here with them.Mr .I Lynn of Mertttt Island spent and Mrs. Read B. Ifarding' .
ents.. Mr.and M..O, H. of Sebrlng; ion Mr. and Mrs. I in Tampa by plane from I Ii I the Thanksgiving' holidays other relatives. -
rick )D..Nocatee.Mr. : their'j Mrs.. Benny. Beronda, children Jake Newsome children Roy!,i, Baylor School for Boys in I Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Barrett and Mrs: Wayne Waldron.I -- - ---- ----_ -- ----
Marion and Suzanne of Bra. I Chatutl children Sonny and Gary of I --
Benny David and Julia oga. Tenn Harold Jr. of G sines vlH.. spent the
and';Mrs..E. N. Ann of Tampa were Saturday denton; aid granddaughter, '! returned to school Sunday at- Thanksgiving holidays Ft L utlrntdlc spent the
of trope Mills N. Car. guests of Mrs. Beronda's Miss Leila Kucewics of Atlan. ternoon. j I guests of Mr and Mrs. Fred as Thank RV ing holidays with Give them a
ed Thursday and spent grandmother Mrs. Nell Brown. ta. Ga. | I Market They MrViildron'' mother. Mrs'

Sunday as guests of Mr. .. I Mrs. Lurlie Nordine returned for Saturday by the were Rev.Julned and Martha Waklron.Mr STORY & CLARK
Mrs. William! Neal. Jr., Gene D JClnney. son of 'Mr- Mr. and Mrs. Davd) Dishong. home Sunday afternoon from :Mrs Druce uenborg of Wau. I --
family. 50O W Oak.: They and Mrs .Harry Kinney has children SnaTon and John Lesly. i, a visit in Redondo Beaih.Call. chulo I <. Lawlor Word left Tucs.I
joyed an old fashioned enlisted in the Marine Corps III. of Gainesville spent where she had spent the past day for> her home in Ukalotia"" piano. __ _
ily dinner a home. I lie is stationed at Parrls ,,Is. the Thanksgiving: holidays with two weeks Visiting with her I hues: Ann Haring has takrn Miss. tnllowing. a three weeks I .. .
Frfday and Saturday, Sir. land where he is. taking IS Mr. Dlshong's mother Mrs. Ha. Sister. Mrs E. H. White, and ,' her State Board Examination visit here wiht her daughter &

_Mrs.. -Neal-- -entertained-- :I. '1 weeks_.. of basic training. Gen zee Dlsho .. other ...toAtV.! ... She went by having completed. her work at Mrs. A I'. lIolUn worth, Mr.Holllnictworth. '. for lasting //jappi/icss/Jf ; '
-------- Jet frol1Tampa.. sons Rodney ;
Dental
Technician
School In
Mr. and Mr*. Henry Keel of and Tom
Jacksonville, and ta visiting
Richmond Va., were recent: Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Messier ,
here with her
First Federal Welcomes truest of Mr. and Mrs. Louie and daughter, spent Mrs. George Boring.(parents. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A M. Jonesof
Morgan. They. spent a couple Thanksgiving Day in Miami Or') >Intro spent Sunday; .".:\1. _
of days .here and then went with his mother. Mrs. R, O. Mrs. l\a Edwards and Mrs. with Mr. Jottra aunt. Mrs
on to Miami where they spent Messier Martha Waldron. r 1
New Publisher of the a few days to tit* Mor..nhome Irma Howell" of Went Chester. .4
field, New Hampshire, andMr. Gene
there on the beach.: Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Baker of and Mrs. Hawkins 01Conn"ut. Air an Jay Lakeland ,
Bartow spent the Thanksgiving spent the Thanks
Ohio,
Mrs. C.Boring spent : Weekend with Mrs. Baker'ssister. were guesta giving holiday with Airs
ArcadianAlong from Wednesday Until Friday Mrs. Rupert Smith, and several Marie day. last week of Mrs. Parker .purenta. Mr. and Mrs
afternoon In Lake Placid with ,other t>> relatives. Shtruier. South Mills II, L. \\elles. aril other relative .
her daughter, Mrs. Jim Bow.en II Avenue ] *.

Mr. Bowwi. and son.*. Mlta. April Diamond of Ml.kml college
with other business Among the students.ipendlnic .
people Grandsons Ronnie Jim andN arrived Wednesday' for Mrs. J C. Mounts of Atlan.la. .
and old and new residents First Fred Bowen came ever for'' thanksgiving weekend w 11 h I I the Thanksgiving Mholuttya 0.... anti' Mrs W R. Ham t
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here
Federal is happy to extend its welcome their grandmother to spend 11 her parents Mr. and 101 r.. and Steve DeShaco.were Sue Manatee hoeing j |IltPlor Amerlrus. Cla. left I
he Thanksgiving holidays with ]brooks Diamond. 1 Friday for Mrs Hamilton's
to Bill Hackney, the new pub- them. I Junior Colleges D.tvltl Urowier. I home following a holiday visit
lisher of The Hush Martin. University I here' .
Arcadian.
Darrell Holland of Ft. My.rrf as guests of their' bra I
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Mr. and Mr*. Jerry Slaugh.er spent last weekend with l Flrriua Richard: Ames. St iher: Mr. and Mrs. A. C I'trtk.l'
Mrs. Glenn children Susan, Katie ..ndSt.ve his parent Mr. and Mrs. tC'ubur. Junior College; Ir* six) families.Dr. Arcadia
Kbersole was eager to have Oro. .lane Dihong. Presbyterian [ j Music-Furniture Store
of Mulberry spent reT Holland of Nocatee.Mr. .
The Arcadian KO to an aggressive and Thanksgiving with 114 1'a.Slaughter's College, St Petersburg Gallj" and Mrs. J J Martin' \,
experienced l publisher for the Arcadian mother Mrs. Glenn c Gordon and Mrrrllt Fiahburne I.n Wednesday for Houston '
has been In the Ebersole family for years. Ebersole. Mr. and Mrs. Slaugh.er .lad. daughter and Wlflianr Pauline Weiner. ,', of Stetson Unlveraiy, DeLand.ll3ray ;j r.".. for a visit with their .33 W. Oak POLK'S WA 8-7281

A real live and dependable newspaper went back to Mulberry --.- -. -Ellsa.---( on Ray burn teacher at'' on, Dr. John Martin. Jr They
la a great asset to any communitymuchmore Friday, and on Saturday, went I. -- --
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important than many realize. to the Gator.Miami! game In --- -
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Arcadia U fortunate in having both a Gainesville, leaving the Children
Bound newspaper and radio station to tell here with their grand 7LUtVt/G
the world about DeSoto County as wellas mother. They returned to Arcadia : 4Pe i r ..a2 r I'il'jJxef
and
Arcadia. Sunday morning --
carried the children home with

l. ., a A i. them Sunday night. i tHIN UNE


The Joyful Opirlt/ of Cft( ,Atm_is la alrcadv Jean Mrs.Mueller Helen ot Peck Bebtlng and were Miss I I AjJUntD .. ..A5It :

here. It 1 I. in the eager faces of Thanksgiving. Day guests of CCMit mc
children happy merchant and early Mrs. Peck's daughter Mrs. 1_...... ,___ I autANt
CJhrMmaft: hoplH'.... Numbers of peopleare William C.. McAnly, Mr. Me. 1 Ia........- .... rwiA'. CWCULATINO HIAUftSe

happy because they have Bavin** Anty and family,.and with her ++I4.. I4e.* 1"4'
Accounts at First Federal mme for the sister, Mr*, Hazel rtrker.. Use AN free* ...

particular purpose of having-, money for.Chrltma I -: sin UtJlOAIU "
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.1 1.i Ffcrenee Burtscher was + I ::;-.1..1.: 3.
: shopping, but many more because home for the .ThanksgivingHolidays ECONOMICAL/ :r 1 1S.OOO
!! they like the security that a First her I t
'with
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parts.Mr. .
Federal Savings Account' Rives. and Mrs. Joe K. Littl.OI.n'.TU -" --' : : = .

e she retonted ot Clre.tlftll' 2g > ;
ern. .College Sunday lIurtethW'j 011 He.t.r "M Lire S1.>Il A.

New savings accouiits opened before Mr. and ...... LNAtllteet corral. .< a &UN... 4ewlaaNeat .
ecember 10th will earn dividends from children Jimmy. Ricky and .
December 1st. Same 'Is true about adding Tina Marie, arrived Wednes. 111 I .ear,000
< to your present account by the 10th. day for the long Thanksglv. Bill y7'p114" .
log weekend with his 129" 'J44" J AOIANT *Sfl**
,,.. Why not give yourself a Havings ;'
I Mrand' Mrs I. D. ifNhwsiI 1Ufawaa ,a. a... H.AUII
Account for Christmas
V .prent"l 10% D.... t l.SO A WeeliNirw .
i Mr.. and Mrs. fltotty<<
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end JUti Scott; of t: hIw. '
i I and Mrs Turner's"' mother and 0& ,.. lUlU ., .
.-p brother Mrs. Mabel SheffUki 1 l land I :: -4iLc
I Joe Rawlerson ef Okee I Ichobee. w4u',69.a.
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enu. Mr and Mrs. Albert J.
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pa where she. had spent the He.c..w.. Ik r '
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Of DeSoto past five days wtUi her rfaug*. l'' ccliJ
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Oldtimer Mistery Picture

Celebrating the first year at In 1939 by Gerald's father dated modern convenienceand :

his present location. Jerry W. B. Tinsley. It was locatedIn store facilities that can be born In Hamilton .
This week's Oldtimer was
ea&1 of the IOAFoodliner. the old building that mystery
Tm.I.". owner now found anywhere In the State.
Is showing his. appreciation houses Tinsley's Feed Store. The Tinsley Foodliner has County Feb. 25. 1892. and attended schools

to his customers by Jerry Joined his father In been a member of the Independent in that county. She -

Irj holding a store-wide Anniversary the business after graduatingfrom Grocer's: Alliance for was married Septem.

6 % Sale this week. Florida Southern College the past 11 years. Recently la ber 30. 1906 to a

The IGA opened In the present and following his discharge Orlando at a meeting of the member of a pioneer
Tourist passing through stopsat location on Ocober :31, 1963. from the Navy In 1940. State Retail Grocer's Associa family of Florida and
a general store and says The building has over 10,000 Today, under his management Lion Jerry was' awarded a
to DeSoto County
1 came
he had heard the
that on car
with the store has
square feet of store space expandedand handsome plaque a "Special
radio that a hurricane was and moved to the buildIng in January 1913.
140 feet of frontage a new Merit Award" for hia outstanding
headed for Gainesville. He' black.topped parking space that houses aU the up. store. His was one She and her husbandhad

seemed disturbed' until the large enough to accommodate of more than SO stores represented eight children,
lady told him that It was the 72 cars. Drlve-in entrances to at the meeting. four of whom are still

team Miami heading Hurricane toe Gainesville.The football. .LJIr: : the parking lot open on Wrestling To Be Tor the Anniversary Sale. living. They have 8

-0-- Orange and Monroe Avenuesand Featured at the Jerry has scheduled bargainsIn grandchildren and ten
on Magnolia ..treet.TIn.ley' foods, meats, and In all the great grandchildren.
Sheriffs Fossett Drill was founded back other departments' In the store
Team has lad an Invitationto The Happy Gospel. Singers Join an excellent Arcadia Armory Including the special ..s.11 t a She is a member of

ride In the gala Gasparilla group of singers who will be on the agenda at the Bob Wood Florida State Claus Toy Department". the Ft. Ogden Churchof

parade In Tampa In February.This gospel Minx Saturday night at the Arcadia Churchof City Considers Wrestling Champion, will' return Jerry and his wife Detha. God.

Is quite an honor for God. to the fight ring at the who Is finance officer with Read the clues carefully
the team and proves the girls New Off Street National Guard Armory In Ar. ''I the DeSoto County schools, re. and if you can

are getting Gospel To Plan
horsewomen. The entire Sing Parking
I 12. after recuperating from Osceola street.News mystery, write her
Pos ette organization will hold
> head injuries he received In
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their Hove Follies at the De. Arcadia has had to alter existing name and yours on a
; .his. last Arcadia bout.
Soto Count*' Fair, January 19. Be Featured At Church Of GodAn off-street parking plansas 1 Wood will be wrestling Ruben Editor for postal card and send to The Arcadian. If your,

23. ; formulated: tenatlvely several i Waldron for a one-Tall. card is drawn and is correct you will receive a

-oA ofd-faihloned gospel sing television group from Kings I' weeks ago. It was an. 30 minute time limit bout. Lea. Nocatee Named three-months subscription to the paper.
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large semi.trailer truck .will be held Saturday night, port. Tenn.; The Happy Cos. I Bounced here today. A substitute ; ter (Blacky) Hill of Arcadia FINAL CLUE

from Auburndal Box Com. beginning at 7:30: p.m.. at the pel Singer Peace Valley Boys ,' plan has been offered andIs I wrestler and fight promoter Miss Diane Montgomery of
paay "sllped a disc" at the Arcadia Church of God located Mrs. Armand Tew and a large under consideration by city will tangle with The German Route 3. Bcc 014. Arcadia "Making up quilts is a hobby

corner of Orange Avenue and : on Northeast Oak street It number of local singers. officials. I Angel in a one.fall.. 30-minute will begin her duties as Editor That she enjoys to do.She's *
Oak Street Tuesday and tied was announced her today. The singing la open to the The new plan allowing a I bout. of Nocatee news for the
her
work all life.
up traffic for a long time. The I I Ftfitured on tire program public and a cordial In vIta. twenty-foot easement along : Jim Keadle, Ft. Myers po. Arcadian, beginning next had to
truck: cab came loose from are the Dixon Family, a radio. tlon la extended to all. the alley that Joins Magnoliaand : liceman will team with Hill In I week. And really enjoyed that, too!1"

the trailer but no damage was ----- Oak streets, parallel to a tag match against The Ger. I I Miss Montgomery, the
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done.A 428 West Hickory street who Monroe Avenue that runs from :man Angel and Ruben Wald. :daughter of the Arcadian book.
-0-- the rear of Wheeler's Cafe 'ron. The German Angel has keeper Mrs. Pauline Mont.
: died Tuesday Dec 1 In Area.
father, one.'college bey ()gTUA'RYmm! dla General Hospital.Mrs. past Stewart's Bar offers diag. :stated that after his last fight gomery. Is a popular senior CITY WELLS HoIc-ln-One at

said" ish.. kin you love to Noble was born Nov. onal parking for 13 vehicles. :here he would never again at DeSoto High. (Continued from Pace 1-A)
touch. -ttfMt 4 Combined with the City.owned I fight in a cow town. Nocatee news and IIhotocover.ae Local Links
18
1883 In Montazona, Ind., log $3.40O for the cost of the
-- lot In the same area, which I The wrestling match Is un. will be expanded
and has lived her 41 .
years.She will park 20 vehicles, the space .der the sponsorship of the lo. test well
Mrs. Harry Kinney has re. was a member of the according: to Publisher-Editor Copped by LewisLouis
turned from Falrchance, Pa., MRS. STELLA MAE APOARFuneral Methodist Church. will go far to ease down.town I cal National Guard Armoryand Bill Hackney. The engineering firm of

where she was called becauseof services were held Survivors are her husband, parking In this part of town.If will salt at 8:00: p.m. Nocatee area readers 'may Black. Crow and Eldness has Stewart carded a

the Illness and death of Wednesday at 2:00: p.m. for Lewis II. Noble of Arcadia; this. new' plan Is adopted, call Diane at WAlnut 8-5233. been hired by the city to workon nine-Iron hole-ln-on Saturdayen

her mother Mrs. Olive Me. Mrs. Stella Mae Apgar who stepson Don R. Noble of Mos. the city will pave the alley as or write items of Interest and the project. They first seta route to a brilliant 87 over
died at her home In Bunker previously decided all the Board To NameC mall limit of 315 feet as the max.
Kinney. .evllle. Ind., and a sister Mrs. them to her at the above the Arcadia Country Club
November 30. Services were Louis Koch of Arcadia. length from Magnolia to Oak address. imum depth for good quality links.
from the Robarts.Orady Cha. Remain toFlanne..Buchanon streets. along with the park. of C ManagerThe water. If the test wells are I
were shipped
Stewart who started playing
Three Miles Of pel with the hey H. L. Hayes ng lot and easement property. considered satisfactory plans
Funeral l DeSoto County Chamber cal for a series of 4 lo 8 wellsto golf as a caddy at the age of
officiating.Mrs. There wUl be a total of 33paces.
I Books Now
I Streets To Apgar was born Dec. Horn In Indianapolis by Ro.barts.Orsdy of Commerce? Board of Open be drilled to serve city 12. aced the 123-yard ninth
City
Funeral Horn in Directors will meet Mondaynight needs. hole on the local course.
22, 1894 In Wayne County. Off.street parking spaces For Voters To
Arcadia. Interment will be Friday .
December 14 at 8 It enabled him to
wrap up
Be ResurfacedThe lewa and came here 17 years In Crown have been on the agenda of One of the best .. three
11111 Cemetery.Funeral o'clock to select a new man. the front nine In 32, and he
ago from Chcrldon Iowa. the City for over a year. Ef. Register Here wells now being drilled will be
for the Chamber out of toured the back nine with a
City of Arcadia has en. She is survived by her hus., forts are also being made to alter developed as a future permanent .
several for the 33. He In four.
tered a contract with Mac. band, Frank L. Apgar Area. services were held lease property from ACL rail the applicants County registration books well. They are ten.Inch was playing a
Asphalt Company, of Lake. dla and her children Dean Wednesday at graveside forth road In the vicinity of the de. Job faceted by John Daniels are now open to list all un. wells and will be capable of some with E. D. Treadwell.

land to resurface three and Apgar Chcrldon, Iowa; Rex Infant son of Mr and Mrs. pot all the way from Magnoliao who resigned last month. registered voters In the coun. an output of about 300.350 Jr., Bobby Treadwell and Joe

one.half miles of city streets. Apgar Ft. Myers; Mrs. Doro.' A. Willie Pierre, Nocate: who Hickory street In an effortto Chamber prexy William A. ty. It was announced here today gallons per minute.The Bennett.

I It was announced here today. thy Bwanson and Mrs. Vlr. died at Arcadia General HOB. ease parking problems In Channel, will preside at the by Cline Hayman. Supervisor city already has three
glnla Jenne, M..h.l1own.Iowa pltal. The Rev. Tom Capell hat part of town. meeting which will be heldIn of registration.. He urged
The re-surfacing will 1 be wells only one of which has
the Board Room of the First
officiated. who have be.
that
done at a coat of $7. per ton. ; md Mrs. Ruth Etter,, Federa and Loan Association. residents been used since 1938. and thenonly
Cherldon; IB grand children Survivors are the parents Savings come of age or for some reason '
laid In
place, with a towU coat cadla. and children. Lawrence Channel said that on an emergency basis.They STA IUAIVGATTdUUHOt
two brothers, Albert Forrest have
of 12 been and 0 great-grand children; not registered get hard wells
$ O' This has esU. Bowser and Miss Ruth Bowser ..ndpl.ce are water
and Victor Roy Pierce. Interment the Board will se up a Ime their the books. '
mated to be a saving of 50 and two sisters, Mrs. Effle Ga. both of Arcadia; two grandchildren the name on and contain a high amount of 3 3I
was In Camp Ground for Interviewing applicants also said that those
per cent. lea Spokane, Wash., and Miss and four great-grand Hayman ulphates, Sanborn said.
Jennie San Francisco Cemetery, Pin Level but withheld the whose names on the rolls who
MacAsphalt has erected a Angler children and one brother A. O. until the Board meets.The At such time as a permanent .
names did not vote In the 1942
Mobile 811>halt plant near Ar.eadle Call Dowser of Bremen Ind. or well field .Is established.
Executive
t o* Foster....rm., and is Pallbearers. were Bryant Co. FRANKLIN U. DOWSER Pallbearers were Robert Committee Chamber named Abner 1084 elections will be pulled water will be softened and
has
present re-surfacing and paving kef. Wallace Whldden, Harry Funeral services were held Guard Ed: Mlckler. Roy Craw Jrl: kaon, former Chamber and put on the Inactive; file. sulphur will be removed treat.
uvo state roads. One IsMi Same Paul S. m s. Freddie Tuesday, December 1, froist ford WiUam Drof. Arthur At each election a check isbut ment pant process will b* modified .
'l road connecting: Necate* ItoatwrUht, Dwrwood Smith I the Rtfearta.Grady. Chapel for Laldlg and Harper Cassler. In. manager head the for chamber many until years..I.n.u.1'7 to. by the names of the** and cost of, opeSaUon I I
Lewis Welles and Harold voting so that his office may
and' Carlftrom Field and the Oar. Franklm U. Dowser who diedat erment was In Oak Ridge 1st when the new mana. reduced as much as 40 per ti .
keep a file. A name put on
other Is State. Road 74 near nero Arcadia Cemetery with the Roberts.
General Hospital jer will assume duties. the Inactive list must visit his cent.At ...
Interment was In Oak HiM. I .*
Nocate .
November 39. The Rev. R. L. Grady Funeral Home In chargeof present Arcadia gets : >! **
The three and a half milesof Cemetery Bunker with Ro. Hayes officiated.Mr. arrangements.Paul office; to get their registrationIn water from Peace River whichIn

street to be resurfaced here barU-Qrady Funeral Home In Dowser was born June Santa AppearsThe good standing.Hayman the past month has had Aate-Kile. the "ticket".

i will bring the total" of resurfacing charge of arrangements. 14. 1849 In Bremen Indiana T. Lee brother of Mrs. also urged that three discharges of slim and auto Insurance: eavi drivers:
City of Arcadia tookon those moving out of
work to about 12 milesof and has lived A. C. Polk. Sr. died Thanks. one pre bardpan material.The available to safe
In Arcadia sine
festive and gala look this cinct Into another to / If 'v. enjoyed
a phone anaccidentfree
I yo
city streets. sine I.... Th. MARY LENA NOBLE April. Ig a. H* was a member giving( Day at his home In Al. de iand for chlorine
driving record
week anddecorations
as Christmas lights his office that the books
I sty has a priority of streetsto Funeral services will be held of the Methodist Church. "ladcna. California. Ills bro. so treatment for the present wa. for three ,.
\ be re-surfaced but has not Friday In Indianapolis. Ind., He Is survived by his wife there. Hubert F. Lee and Rus. put up by the may be kept accurate. ThOM t.r source! Is so great that It may Qualify for ".ar"lJ-
publteally designated them. for Mrs. Mary Lena Noble, Mrs. Amanda Dowser of Ar. sell Fred Lee of Atlanta flew City Fire Department, were who have changed their names strung along main streets.. Most also must re.register under
/ --- -'--- -- -- -- -- out for the funeral service on a bad taste. In the well field
Monday afternoon. They accompanied stores are In the process of their curent name. organic matter will not be

OLD MYSTERY PICTURE NO LONGER MYSTERY the body back to being decorated and toys have Office hours are from nine present and the water will
been In windows and shelvesfor to five each weekday,
1 Decatur da., where It will lie except have a more pleasant taste, eRUPERT
I J : i in State Friday and SaturdayIn weeks. Saturday Hayman said. Sanborn said.

the A. S. Turner Funeral All anticipated: ImprovementsIn
Mrs. J. H. Coker Correct Choice Home. Burial will be Sunday. the water system can be ae.ewmpllshed .

[Dec. I, at 3 p.m. with intern.merit : without an In. I SMITH AGENCYWA
In the family lot, Decs crease In water rates. SavingsIn
The pert, chipper young engineer there. She has there 'tur. costs' will be -UM WA
lady who was last week'smrilery grandchildren and nine great Other than Mrs. Polk of r. BOWLING II slderably treatment lowered and refinancing con..' It a. Delete 8.,14'\\
Oldtimer, was noneother
grandchildren.A I AT1IA I
Arcadia. Mr. Lee Is survivedby of the 193-S9 ervenue
than Mrs.. Jane. Coker of I member of the Joshua his two brothers, and many ,... NEWS certificate ante, which car.rta D ssa sssvarareaq ......

the Joshua Creek community Creek. llaptut Church the nieces and nephews.He a high Interest rate will es.esnast I
Sh was burn July 20, IMS. In Garden Club and Horn Demonstration was a member of the be t reduced.
Fort Mead, and attended the
Club. Mrs Coker
Is Episcopal Church in Altad.....
schools In that area. Her par still quit actlv about her
a Past Commander of the :
nts were Mr. and Mrs. Martin home, and has a hobby In the Ladle Monday Night of
she American. Legion. a Mason and I 431. For the Bank. Darlene
Hayman. an old pioneer familyof learned as a member of the Shrlner For many years Mr. Howling League. Turner Realty Davis and Mary And.nonch GIFT GUARANTEED

Florida. hoc; Th* hobby Is making Lee worked In New York. for I won three points' from Barnard had high game of 1'7.. and
She was married In 103 to copper wall plaque*, planters the United Artist. Movie Corp.! Bulck. For Turner Opal Co : Mary Anderson had high aerie
Mr. J H. Coker ol DeSoto County and working In fit.. and traveled In South America I her led the way with high I of 004.

and they shared over Qyrera Her horn Is lavishly decorated extensively. lie later lived In game of 163 and series of 420. Western Auto won three TO PHASE MOTHER

of married life. together with Item aha has made Hong Kong. China and was For Buick Carolyn Moncrtef points from Ic River Mayflower

her. a hobby aha tonic up before stationed for many years In I bowled high game of 17O and For Western Auto. .
Mrs Coker remembers thefl..t
ber husband pa.fd. the Dutch East Indies later Gerl Drannan bowled high Sylvia Sams bowled high tame %
Christmas she was In this
Winner of last week Old- retiring and locating In Alts series ot 451. of ISO and Ouv Cross bowled
area IU.. gave a Christmas timer My4ery Picture ls Miss Gertrude took four K
Miss dens where he was la the i high series of 40O.KwUt .
part out at the Limestone Pew Coker. Rout .. Box Heal Estate and Insurance) bus points. front Boring Auto to
school house, and was sUUhl MR*. COKinSh I Kffl. Zwlfo apflnga. who named wu. remain In the lad of the Click won three points'
by Yule Merrltt Albrltton who from Johnson Grove Service.:
Mrs. Lena Coker a* the mystery Mr. and Mrs. Pout visited leagu Foe Miss Gertrude
helped her with the program. has on* son. Carmen'Fsncho lady. IU-. will rrhr a Mr Lee In California In I.S!. Alice Bailey bowled high game! For KwUc Chek. Doris Moor
She recalls that about everyone Cokve, wh live In Uinr*maeiths ubctiution to I and he visited ben of JOS and aerie off 4Tt For led the team by bowling. high
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In the county attended... Jacksonville and 1* a reaMUnt'''i the .,....... I U we... many Boring Auto" Jean Welle bowled game of 14 and aerie. o' ....
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bowled high settee of I Johnson bowled high* game el
17* and aerie* .. 4SS.

471.Sunbeam Bread won three High Individual single (jam*' 1 + t"

points no.so.o National of the night was bowled by: SJ111SfECT10 ef..e611J

COINS WANTED Bank with Mary M<IiANTEEDOR
b Mary Anderson
bowled high
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TIIE ARCADIAN. Arcadia Florida. Thursday December 3, 1964 I-TJ
EDITORIAL I IJt
Introducing I __



'many-We-."are*various fortunate extra-curricular By to Betty attend Gaskins a high activities.school that We has have so !I The Build og's Bark G' I


organizations for future homemakers future farmers, I

and future teachers. We have a Student Council an

Honor Society. Key Club Interact a school newspaper -

and many more. I
No organization is ever assured of life. At the be- DcSoto-Hardcc Tic In

ginning of every school year each Club hangs in a precarious Annual Game Coin Tossed
position-it either down. The
can go up or k Y
direction it goes depends upon the leadership of its officers r For Buck Carlton AwardThe
and the "work-ability" of its individual members.No r

Club can function properly without the combined DeSoto Bulldogs woundup Bulldogs took the lead for the L--

efforts of both. their season In the annual first time. 14.7. '
With an enrollment of over 600 here in DIIS it is Thanksgiving eve classic pit. On their next series of plays ba

amazing to find that approximately 20 students are I ting them against the Wau. the "Cats bounced back a* halfback __ t .
responsible for the existence of all our Clubs. Several chula Wildcats a game in Robert Dotson found a

DIIS Clubs depend on their few elected leaders to make I which neither team was victor.I IIou. I hole off tackle and galloped E
.. The Bulldogs scored twice 65 yard for the score. Gllllard $ .T
their Clubs successful. Too often individual membersdo -
in the third quarter and the' kicked the all-important extra ,
not realize that it is both and privilege to
a duty a
Wildcats scored: once in the I point and the game ended
work for their Club. "You get out of something what ARTHUR COULTER second and third quarters to: with the score Arcadia 14,
you put into it,** is a well known saying. Unfortunatelytoo I bring about a tie ball game of Wauchula 14.Exchange. akk:
many students do not apply this to their extracurricular This week we are Introducing 14-14 for the two rivals. :

activities. They seem content to let someone Arthur Coulter as captain The first period was a de.I ; .' s : ?
the DHS band.
of Column
else shoulder the burdens of their organizations never inarching : fensive battle as both teams
Arthur been
h a* a loyal
realizing that in doing will gain nothing. were unable to score. In the ir
they
so member cf the varsity band for I Ire.t DIANE MONTGOMERY
first quarter as well as In the
Every Club and organization in DIIS has somethingto three years He plays first cor.
offer its students. It is not something that can be net and I. quite a talented of the game the kicking! DEAR BEATLES
of end Yar.
ability Jimmy
acquired by lazily accepting the social life of these Clubs I player. When he was a fresh. trough proved to be an excel. I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN
and never: working for the Club's betterment. All Clubs man he was a member of a lent weapon as he kicked the BETTER than to watch you on
I brass sextet that performed at T.V.. because I knew that IFI
offer different kinds of knowledge-knowledge obtained DeSoto
only through diligent work. It is well to remember District Contest and won an tight spot team out of of his many kicks a I FELL In love with you I Shown above anMrs. Virginia an AFS exchange student from West

these words of Henry Ford: "The object of living is excellent ratine. Arthur Is also averaging SO many yards.Fullback I f wouldn't be able to SLOW Fusco.! DIIS English: teacher who ha Ilelin. and Mr\ *. William Schauff-
DOWN. What I Is YOU
a member of Key Club of mean worked with the American Field mann Florida AFS representative I
is in work. ..
work experience happiness. There joy which he Is ...cret.ry.Arthur of the 'C. Doyle REALLY GOT A HOLD ON
' All that money can do is buy us someone else's work in .. a dignified sandy- Carlton. proved his power' when I I ME. I tell all the boy that Service, Miss: : Regatta I.antrerho in .

exchange for our own. There is no happiness exceptin haired, hazel-eyed junior who he crashed over from the one hang around DON'T BOTHER
the realization that we have accomplished something." Is very popular around DltS. yard line for Wauchula firstscore. ME. I send ALL MY LOVIN' Thanksgiving of Ft!A member were the AFS Student-
This fcllowed 70 chorus.: Kathy Converse let
a yard to the Beatles.
Although he has not definitely'
drive highlighted by the hard I I When I look into Paul' the student body In twoThanksgiving
eye To
TilE BARK STAFF SUGGESTS decided en his future, he does Assembly Speaks
running of halfback Bobby I know that THIS BOY is for hymn with An.n.
THAT DIIS students make this the best basket plan to attend college. I Gibbs. The extra point was I me. and I'LL GET YOU some Staged By FHA .. Lou Johnson accompanyingher DcSoto Groups
ball season ever in school spirit. The kicked by Dale GllUard. The day. TILL THERE WAS YOU on the piano.A .

Bulldogs will do the rest-we'll surely half ended with Wauchula on BINGO I was a poor LITTLE A ,. Interesting account
SANDRA COPELAND Dy KATHY CONVERSE
win that Ridge title again this year. I Dates To CircleDecember top of a 7.0 .core. CHILD. IT WONT BE LONG By about the history of Thanks
THAT you congratulate the Bulldogs football In the third quarter the I George, till you HOLD ME With all DIIS students gain giving was given by FIIA Last week Arcadia was "..
ered in the auditorium Wed.nesday member Ann Fletcher. Karen Iced by an American Field
team on a wonderful season. Their record Bulldogs Immediately' drove IITIGHT. cause ALL I GOTTA
was 5-3-2. Wonderful, boys! S Report cards for their first touchdown ell. care. I CALL YOUR afternoon the Future Guard. Susan Davy, and Mar. 'Service Exchange Student. I
THAT everyone begin this third six-weeks with com out; band goes to Punta maxed by a one yard plungeby NAME. John, because I'M Homemaker of America pre. Ion Christ. Miss Regatta Langer and Mrs.
seated Thanksgiving Assem Several president of the WlllUm Schauffman. the Flora
Gorda. a
You won'tregret QD Darryl Trawlck for HAPPY JUST TO DANCE
hard work and studying.
more December 4 Basketball in the score. Yarbrough split the WITH YOU.Goodbye bly. Opening the assembly was various organisation and club Ida Representative of the
it. Wauchula.December. uprights for the conversion. It PauL Rlngo. George FHA. president Ann Fletcher, at DIIS were called on to tell American Field Service Mrs.
THAT you think about these words of Bernard S Basketball was again the DeSoto defense and John. ANY TIME AT ALL who led the students In the a few of the special thing Schuffman and Miss Lan.

Baruch. "We can't cross a bridge untilwe against Charlotte home.December shining as they forced a Wau. I'll be expecting a reply pledge" to our American flag. they were thankful for. Some gee spoke at the meet
come to it; but I always like to lay 8 Basketball I I chula back to fumble and end (PLEASE MR. POSTMAN Hobble Guard then I led the of those mentioned were the Ing of the Student Council at

down a pontoon ahead of time." against Avon Park, home. Yarbrough came up with the bring It soon). With love assembled student body, In a freedom of speech, religion Digs and the Junior Women's

pigskin. On the next play Tra. FROM ME TO YOU. A Beetle Thanksgiving litany.. A group (Continued on.page 3.11), (Continued on page 2-D)
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wick connected with speed Fan. P. S. I LOVE YOU. -
Band NewsBy merchant Steve Lewis who This letter apepared in the
took the ball on the Wauchula Red and Blue from Reno High ;ti THE BULLDOG'S BARK
JANET HAYES 23 and raced the remaining School. Reno Nevada. I won.

Th. DHS marching band yardage for the touchdown. der if this letter was ever sent P

completed thei rseason of half Yarbrough was again calledon to the Beetle I suppose only
tote: staff oft
Published weekly by !
half for the extra and the5I. the know for newspaper
completed their season of point. > writer lure.and
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night at the annual Hardee. --- -- -- Florida
>,Lbto County high School Arcadia,
DeSoto Thanksgiving game. I
They used the same show they .
will at the District .
present
Contest. Betty fjaskln, Connie McCormick

The DHS band has ten majorettes EditorinChiefayne Associate Editor

and we would like to I Jit if
take this opportunity to introduce IitNr J ODder __, ,, Dualnea Manage Carolyn Evan ....... DH3 Publication
you to them.They have Martha Jo Illtt ._.. ...... .' "',.'_ Social SecretaryMia
worked hard throughout the Plane Montgomery '. .'_ KxehangeClouae Sidney Anderson .-. ..-.-
tntlra footballseason. 5n/ ..- aJ.1n .... ."" ?,,'... Photographer Faculty Adviser

Drum majorette Sandy Ben.sett. Kdltortal.' I. A-ser. "'. low Healer| Hupert.. _Smith
..h hU _, ..._. __. h'._ .. .
senior in flits has been MARTHA JO HIU.
In the band for six year She
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drum for -- -q-
been
has majorette M.aK !
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two year and play second I 1 f Hello out there' Lew Ambler.

larlnet. Head majorette Kay The Bulldog. wound up, What's this we hear about TIRE SALE
Net! Ziglar. who has been In
their ...10 nwlth a record we Debie Hansel giving Timmy
band eight year, also play can be proud of. They playeda Sanders. one of her skirts Hut
leoond clarinet and Is in the !
good ball game against Wau. we understand thai Timmy
twelfth grade. chula. as they did against their .loufced quiet nice In It.
l Linda Lewis freshman hasbeen other opponents. CongrstulaUon I Some of the couple seen too
in the band for five year.and .
on a successful gether over the weekend were:
[ play first alto sasaphena.reshman .....
boys! Connie Head and Rowdy
'/ Carol Edmlston ha George Agnew Linda !Mercer and Billy Sard were .
In band for three year just a few of the many student who participatedin UmmJ. Itlath stilt .a-'I I man. Murphy.Jeanl Carroll Oracle and Meal Johnny and I Il
time I think of w
nd second clarinet every
'I play : Spirit Week. November 23-25: Thee student I Roy. IAmb Vickl Sheller and
dinner. If
perry Nazarro baa been in dressed Tuesday. Tacky Day** the giving you are ,
tacky on wore i i Raymond Christ. Linda Carlton
I much Thank
am. you ate *o :
band for five Is in the
{ years* school colors of blue and white on Monday, and giving turkey that you. thought and Bog*r Johnson Janis
clarinet.ninth grade, and play Carla Tia.first observed the rule "Gho Walk; Don't Talk" on you might em plod* at any min. Oder and Hob WhlU..... Dune
[ Sophmore Wednesday. Spirit Week and the Ghost Walk Proves and Freddie Collina.
start
[dale has been In band five ute. Oh welt diet can: .
ar* and play second clarl.Thoee were climaxed Wednesday afternoon In a pep rally tomorrow uhf and Ambra Kay, Cller and .
where the cheerleaders presented a short skit and George Agnew
t. There were a lot of college and
Sheryl Sterben lIup.riSmtb
led the student body' In cheer for the Ilardee .
majorette in the student home for the long have been seen together.
(Continued on page 3.B) DeSoto game. weekend. Jessie Barfleld and .
__ n_____ _____- __u___ I!Joe Waldrun to. a lot .lately.Roy .
were seen Ola, Karl: Cluldry. and
anther; a* were Cheryl Fland.er Mike Cochran combine their
and Steve DeShaso, and band together and they played /
Helen Ilretton. and Cat Quid. {I.t the Youth Center Friday.

night. Yall ate sounding better ,

ry.The Sub-Deb had a hay I than evert" J OOODYEAR TIRES WITH EXTRA-MILEAGE RUBBER
ride and supper last Friday..1|i New thai football season U
The.Ruicksare. night. Some .f those why attended over, ..*......all starts. Our
_.rr. Sue Bossier end first game la tomorrow night
Greg CariUm. Linda Sue against We..."" '". lie sure and -rU S N

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TIlE ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida, Thursday December 3, 1964
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surface. This is tailed] "wart .. -Dec. 12. .. A few .
(of
I'; flooding" and helps In further ; County Agents many features you will ,

developing our oil : Bark I News Marion Sheridan s I
supply : Desota:* County and
.:
:
,reports Cardox, Chicago Will Attend A troupe of performing lIor

FRESH FOODS will retain 4. Prof. Buckley' Herd
of
} S moisture! suffer less discoloration y. School Of Bygone Years forming lephants; Roseda p,
At UF ..
and last longer If a AFS from 60 countries: all over the the beautiful. IOOOO-dol:

Louisiana State University program Stundcnt. world participating. The students Taken files of Kentucky horse: and Jake
r the
Gainesville from ,, '
County
Is successful. agents
Researcher gent Gorilla
are developing an edible, transparent (Continued from Page 1-B) I movement chosen are to felt be part to be of this the will study farm business analysis ... The Arcadian; ,! The JleSoto County '.-- I Anierlca .ever A truly exhibit} d
rm News and The Arcadia Champion. .. viond
and other apects of fa .
but
harmless
coating: which Club during their stay here. future leaders of the country. display of trained anima
Briefs & Bravos they hope will. maisjUfn thfresh Miss! Lancer is an exchange: Let's give Arcadia a chance: to management at a farm management I Two performances Free gD.
quality of foods lon.erthan student from West fight for world and school December 7-J8 :-' tacular street, parade .
Berlin who peace give at the University of In the course: of time neWSpen syrup: The woods are full
is Florida.
UTTEHBUGS; continue to beat now possible in normal i i.t spending her senior year of( our whole-hearted support in Clifford Alston, turn brown and brittle of hunters The King Bro

a disgrace to our streets' and storage. .processing and high school at Plant City High getting an Exchange: Student in farm economist and bit by bit break and/ thers are down this l week cow-
management
handling.EXPLORERS Florida PAINFUL
th highways' according to an organization School: in Plant City. Regatta of our own. Agricultural Extension Service dislntrecate. Such must have hunting Mr. J. J. WhIdden I I COR 53

rl .called "Keep Amer,. from, the University was chosen to be a participant: I ., said that the first weekof happened to the Thanksgiving, is at work on the road now. f AMAZING LIQUID f
Ica- Beautiful. The of Wisconsin are /investigating In the American Field Service I RELIEVES PAIN AS .
h. higher the tw -week school will issue of THE CHAMPION in Will get It cpmpleted: by Jan.
i
at standard of living and increased the area around program through many writ. : Band News be devoted to general topics which they were to put out an 1, 1910." I IT DISSOLVES CORNS AWAY

la amount' of leisure time the "Pole Inaccessibility,", ten examinations and person. concerned with the edition giving thanks for the An editorial note: "It is not I N. r.=:":. d.. I.-., ..,
says :KAB results in Americans that point in Antarctica: which' nal Interviews. economic I ..it Liq..d' r,.,,,,,-:
M (Continued from page 1-B) t| climate of agriculture in re. recovery of the city from the perhaps generally known, but a.._ p.i. ka
te producing more trash an. Is furthest In all directions In the two meetings at which lation to the "great tire" In 1803. should be given wide circulation I ,lti. '" =cam ..b.I nr. die
nually U. S. SCIENTISTS from the coast. some 800 she spoke, Regatta told of her eighth grade and who have a farm business.management of However. In the December that the Boca Grande I MPL Geo F_........hue'P. .

are worklpg bn a system torT miles from the nearest posllble home and family in Germany, been in band four years are The second week will be 9. 1909 THE CHAMPION they land company's deeds have a

landing manned satellites op { approach by ship. The the way it was different. from Christine Bass, Teresa Nazar. oriented tcward carried some remarks made by prohibition clause that prohibits .
land the Russians do lO.man team will study the W home and ro, and Helen Jessup. Christine managementIn
to as rather family in Amer- I relation to dairying and other state papers on the special the traffic: in whiskey or
P1 than on water. The National thickness and properties of the lea, what it felt like living with plays third clarinet, Helen ranching. edition. Here is an excerpt liquors that intoxicate for a

1. Aeronautics and Space Administration great Antarctic icecap and the the: Berlin Wall, and what she plays first flute and Teresa Economists and specialists I from the Jacksonville Times. period of twenty years." REAL ESTATESee

U: Is experimenting nature of the underlying rocks liked about America (nearly slays, second,, flute.Thanksgiving Union:
from the University of Florida The House hav.
I in .t this vast Opera was
last-second unexplored everything).
with braking portionof Us For
rockets The night of
Thanksgiving
a. And the U. S. Department ofAgriculture tog J a wonderful run according
and parachutes with improved the continent. Mrs .Schauffman: told lit.
a Day 1909, saw the buaincaa'
aI will discuss! the 1 to the Champion reporter. The Good Buys
1\ maneuvering capabilities. ANOTHER SUPERSTITION tie of the history ot the Amer. I .. nature of farm portion of Arcadia reduced to Manhatten Theatre .
management Companywere
the notion that milk and fish lean Field Service and
gave (Continued from and how ashes all but three brick build HOMESand I
S. in combination pa.eI.B) management functions. 1 putting on "Dora Thorne'.
SPARKLING is poisonous, suggestions and Ideas about : ings .
total
WATER t.ar is Two days of the first fire loss of $200.000 "The Man From The West"
: used to perk up laggard oil has been exploded. Scientists how to start a chapter of the and assembly, our right to I week will be given to economic being -the reSultu November a and "Woman vs Woman." BUILDING SITES
that Service.
wells. When the level of a well lay clinical evidence choose and make our own decisions i principles. One day will] 30th was the 4th anniversary GROVES ACREAGE
proves this theory Is "f lhy" Regattas visit was enjoyed the of the A quarter page ad reads:
drops! so low that pumping the opportunity we be spent 01 records and the disaster and The Cham.
and theorize that the erroneous by everyone and her return have for education 1 Dion "Howe's Great London LEWIS AMBLER
fa oil out becomes a problem water and most legal aspects of farming will commemorate the lire. .
Idea got Its start in the visit In January is already being Important Shows; at Arcadia Saturday
p charged with carbon dlo. of all God who I take Up part of one day. and celebrates the greater and
o xlde is injected into the well days before refrigeralon. When looked forward to by those makes all these many things : Dean Brown, of the American thriving city. which has arisen Realtor for 20 Years
e forcing the oil closer to the people ate spoiled fish and who had a chance to meet her. possible. Farm Bureau Federation since in a handsome special 1) Associate

just happened to drink milk Her next visit Is to last a week Thosj presidents speakinj will discuss electronic edition In magazine form and i '
data
U at the same meal they blamed Instead of Just two days. Dvirng Joel full HUGH M. MARTIN
were of O\.Os
Corley (co-editor of ocesisng of farm records and Illustrations that show
tJu ATTEND. CHURCH- he resulting upset stomach that visit Regatta will stay the Crow}). Rupert Smith what is involved 1.1 cost accrunting. up well on the book paper that '

a SUNDAY- on the combination researchers win an. Arcadian family, ,Attend (president of Quill and Scroll, D:, J. N. Busby, as. is used" CO South DeSete Arenas

believe.: DIES and speak at several Betty Catkins (editor of the Distant. director, Florida Agrl. "The enterprise of the editor k666 Ph n. WA t-1601
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--- .---- meetings of Arcadia's civic Bark), Helen Bretton (presl cultural Extension Service will Mrs. Childs. is shown in the) : II I

organizations. It !is hoped I' dent of Student Council), Lew peak on implementing an electronic forty pages which so well advertise 1 I
a that her visit will inspire Aradlan's Ambler (president of Inter the ---
A WHO TO CALL data processing pro. merit of DeSoto
".. J.J r 'r ; to get an exchange act), Ricky Dodd (president griup,.in) t lerida.Cancer Ccunty and Arcadia. The op.
student of their own. of Key Club), and Pete Whid- port unities that section presents St. Paul's

The American Field Service den (president of the Honor to the homeseekef, with its fer. Churchpresents

: DIRECTORY began !In 1947, with twelve sen. Society).. lie soil and incomparable climate .
: Ion In .high school Society
partlclpatng. : following the assembly was I are presented with a
Today it has grown con- a pip: rally presented by the mederation of statement that

i ti :. 'Otf DeSOTO COUWfYSALES } /Idgr.blwith." 3000-----students- --DJIS IjI1cerl.-: QdeJ'l- --;--- Slates Program :should be most convincing.1* BAZAAR DEC. 5th

ARE. TIIEItE ANY COPIES

5 and SERVICE L \vise Wins FSU Court Docket Of Education OF THAT ISSUE AVAILABLE AT THE GARDEN CLUB

TODAY?. IF SO, THE ARCA.DIAN .

.- -_.....:....... Fellowship' For Light For City How men and women who A COPY.WOULD LIKE TO SEE -Booths 'Open at 10:00'A:M.-

Air Conditioning Furniture S.S-; Graduate are interested In the fight
Work Appearing In City Court against cancer can contribute Rainey Slough correspondent

I CINCRAl ClICTRIC '__ ;; = eOMPttTf --_-Hwn"'""-- fvrnMii.th. ..-s .5 Monday morning before JudgeP. their services learn more lent in these items of news: BARBECUES P.M..

....-.. .... ........".'. by A..Nb ....-. ...... M M.r tw... AI- Tallahassee Nov. 25 Ter. P. Speer, Mayor on a short about problems of cancer and -Mr. W. W. Ham has gotten
,.. .. ry Lewis l of Arcadia tt Is
M..It
M..N4..aw. W. 0eII .... ..... .... StM II WM among become volunteers bis I sugar mill up and will be.
>r *. M..e % AbiZl S71SI.Awnings ( WAfcwt. t 7WSI.st 83 Florida State University agenda, were the following: In the I
Oe Ni1 1.N1was I students nominated Clifford H. Brown charged American Cancer Society will Kin to grind shortly. He will DOOR PRIZE
by facultymembers
4.11. ol:. A..dl.'. :.Iy'r:'.: with I being drunk estreated be told at the six-county, Dls..rlct make about 1000 gallons of .
-.... .... _.... -.It.... .._ at FSU for a Wood. .
..o-Tln.-.Alr-W", el ......... We.k1.T'. H_. ,.............. row Wilson National Founda. bond. $40; Lionel V. Washing 7 Cancer Education Conference .
......... Wt .... ._ M .... .AN.. lion Fellowship. It la expected ton. drunken.... estreated bond. to be held today, Dec. ,
'
:a..e.d..J. ": Proscrlptfon.ACCUaATILY $40.. and a $25 bond for as. 3, at the Ramada Inn in ,1f."i. .
I .. C..r. ,::. :.-'. '= that about one in 10 will re. ..
ONN.N.1..M I" W..5 0... ..._. elve sault and battery; Hal ton
c-;;:;, : a fellowship. lakeland.
...... ...
WA. .4.I. .....- w.1,1a .N ,, The fellowships the Stansbury and Aldlne Collins, MOrQori
II.M'. D4 .IwfetrKWA! cover There Is no admision charge
"
guilty of being drunk the
Bottled--Gas- ww. ay' $.S... Ih0S. s-tasi... land tint are year meant of graduate to encourage study thirty days each.: $40 or. to the sessions which start at way

ailNt Lt A M.w M. Ready-Mixed Concrete heir recipients to consider William K. Beady. rlght.of. 11:30: am. and an bpen in.
:.. ,..-.
1--"b..1.. C___.. ...M.>4 N lb_ri... IIADYoM'JlIO CONC"TI-..c.... college teaching: as a possible way violation and causing an vitatlon I Is extended to all interested .
.... .''M ,.o.W.. ... 1;...... accident. Case ,day I
tN. t career. was continued citizens In DeSoto every
'" ._. ...._..,.N ad t thnS: C V5.0.: ',, eel'w.e', TJ-J :
.... The Florida State until damages could be de.
.
nominees
:
... ..0. rho_WA. s4teiC0UMITI .. "M='e A... PII_ AliM. S-1MI lanke. Highlands Hillsburw
all of whom elded. '
are planning
grad ouch' Pasco' and Polk Counties.The .
:
BdiljiftpMaterials! Signs uate studies in the and r .-
arts Thanks
.. "' I sciences especially humanities meeting will be hosted for 'waiting !
UNCSf .. .. fUNTA OOMOA flONl :' SSI li. a fellowship.
B IMI.W.bMrtS .
..d. ........ C:..... ......... .*..... **. i 15N.* .i P. .. ....... and social studies,will be Miss Lewis Is the daughterof b7 the., Society's Hardee, De. I .

I 115. s..1t..lCI.M..- -a.Ih...: -I.1..... 1Je N__-W'4.._.__...'._....Ie .._.... I notified by !March 15 as to L. Lewis Moss, P. O. Box So'to, Highlands and Pasco: .4"" :

CMM HI -II4 M Mt ..!./.. ear I ,..heth..t._ e,. _have received 83. Arcadia County Units.make 'I _
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Nocatee Cities Service OP,GOD EPISCOPAL CHURCH Robarts Funeral Home
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Cities Service /dung: ..SUNDAYSunday ," Tho R.v. :JEM 'Masalo. v..... -
I Ip4.at Orea.rss' leo _..Bait .I School JOOO: ajn. SUNDAY S4 Hour Amoulanca. ,. 8.rvl Ie. I
__ Fibbing" Tackle. Morning Service! 11OO; ajm, t:00: a.m. Choral 'Eucharist
103 N. Bravard Av.. WA 8-4ICt
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1:30:. p.m. EvensongWEDNESDAY


; ,: :::: :- 7 a> 0 a.m. Holy Communion
9:30 Spiritual healing Arcadia Abstract & Title

Gulf Naval Stores,CpmpanyNocats t /TORT" OODEN,,4ETHOOla1 : __ Company, Inc. t.
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CHURCH flpjM r''r Abstracts and Title Insurance
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'Sunday School: 10OO: ..... x' THE CHURCH OP CHRleTh.. Service You Need '

.- .4 ','' Morning WEDNESDAY Service 11.00 aJn. 's. f Carncr Hickory and WMddcn When You Need. It"
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.,. Moraine Worship 11:00: ..m.

Van Petten & Son Evens'WEDNESDAY: D.m."f' .
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Fuae/al' HOi'ne' "" Evening Diblo Study 730: pjn.
Bob Turner Standard Station
_: FORT OQDEN- BAPTISTCHURCH K W. Invite YOU to worship :

r'\ 'ReM Oak at".tV-.. WA a,6aa1 i' 1 H ;, with us.PIRST. Mary Carter P.I"..
f oJ'l r Rev. J. N.Schoool jOJIbreeftfun h '

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")' ,1 Morning Worship 1 11,ajn. '

Training Union 6:3O: p.m. : '
& .. ASSEMBLY OP GOD
Evfuilnjt Worship 7:30: pjn. '

Sunny <<:nut} packing CompanyArcs .WEDNESDAYPraypr ?Sunday SUNDAY School 9:43': ajn.
) Service 7JO
'I 10',1", < : p.m. ;Ii. Morning Worship 11OO: ..me
SUNDAY
Building Supply Co.
Plerldau
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WEDNESDAY "....yt..I"1I T. Build' Anytfclw-"

... .... .... t Prayer and Praise Scrvlco7:3O :
: tOUTNeO9APTLY, : pjn. WA 8-2601 113 S. Menrea A%..
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[?TII I*_ TPTI, T-T"" T"9 .!! T '' South Hlllsberevgh Avenue -

*!, Smith/'s.. rlo.i'.CeJ: St re' Office. ,Ph. S-1441., R_ S.Sa4S .t'I
1 i VIINDAY
..... .. Ranch CALVARY BAPTIST
1'11. 1' BoppMea Sunday School: 9:45: ajn.Morhlnc .
Saddles Haltera SJrldlea'' Worship 110: ajn CHURCH Tropical Termite Control, Inc.
WA StM 417 W.'M.fl_lla Training Union tab: pjn.Cvnln First Church Highway I 70 East
_. !.: [ Worship 7JO: p.... Presbyterian Rov. Ordvn Rle' .. Paatop Hems Owned and Operated

'" ... -. .WEDNESDAY SUNDAY O us ran teed Pest Centrel I .."'...
r" a ,alltt-W..k Worship 7JO pjaNOCATEK Sunday School 9:43: ..me Licensed and Insured
) Moraine Worship 11:00 ajn. 11 N. Polk, Arcadia WA 8-S3S1
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1 Blll Dirt* Distributor, .. Rev. Drennon 1!. Cottingham Evening Training Worship Union SJO 7JO pjn.pjn.WJXNISOAY .

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"Oat Th lost Ot S.alt.stM CHURCH OP COO Considering the accomplishments of automated and
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O llv.ry : electronic marvels which man has done there stands Arcadia
.N6a.. HI'' H..h. \VA 1-1722 Sunday ffehool 10OO: ajn.Mornlnai ; % Seafood Market
In aha. contrast the ONE thing which is -
Worship 11:00: a m ,> man incapable
Evening Worship 7:00: p.... of doing the ability to save himself hl.80ul. be- Mrs. Catherine K..".. Owner eV M...
TUESDAY yond the moment of death. The reason? Sin Sin '< ( BAPTIST i MISSIONARY CHURCH All Kinds' of Fish. and Sea Poeda" In Season

i J ,_ ..- Prayrvte:, 7:30: p.m. /la extensive, throughout the whole of the human race. tv' 37 tL M."p_ Aradlax WA sent

I Peace River Moving & Storage TH URS DAY.a person n y any Cys>rM. .t. AN
Young People Service: 7M: pan sin Is Jesus Christ. That Is. of course why lie can be rtK Rosjora A...
Local and Lang Dleu.... MovingAnywttara I SUNDAY
the Savior of sinners.
\ t Anytime; IKuxlay School 9:43 .m.
IS .. O.k.t. WA Iot .- We seem to be living in a time when sin does its very (turning Worship 11:00: ajn. General
.' worst. We read and hear of the moat sordid of crimes Evening Worship 73O: p.m. Equipment & Motor Co.

.. and perversities. You and I thank God that we are kept ":' WEDNESDAY ,I John p. -ChUkBtMhan.. Owner"MeVM"
; NOCATII BAPTIST Perm .
free from thtse but know in heart. that Prayar Satwlcsi 7X0: p.m. and laduatrlal EquipmentSalea .
J CHURCH.," !, we our we ..", ..Detail'Un. .aJ jsrj aaalnaj'
''' p' .. SUNDAY have entertained unworthy thoughts and from our lips 14 S. M....... Av., Arcadia. WA ,..UI
have come words which make ua ashamed. n e have -
C.t ftesy of A'.sV Sunday School 1 9-43: ..m.
.. Moraine Worship 11:00: ajTraining been guilty of innumerable transgressions of the law
t Friendly Shell Dealers Union ':45 pjn.JCvenlaaT of God.
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BAPTISTCHURCH
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:' "Tir.. and .Bstterlee' to'talk much about !sin.! The'worahipper' wants to learn SUNDAY -

w \ how to overccme tension, how to make decision, how
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..... t" to become successful, how to become'djusted how, to Woc.hip 11OO: ...... --.-- -
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J Nov. SKeeecrd. ."Y." WEDNESDAY> V KJWAhUSCLUB
rt DeSoto Motlonol Bonk The Gospel of Christ la more realistic. It start with -
I ,\; Ira Peltc. '*' Hickory you and me'as we are_sinners, violators of the law of err 4k Bibl Study 7JO; P.... .
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Of Arcadia. Cod. persona who have fallen short of the Glory of God. '...- -.
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.t.. ... .. llOO Leers a h God has not abandoned us. God baa given to J
Pfe. .. Banklpa. SI nee not Morning Worship : ajn.Evenln .
: i., Worship" 5OO: p.... ,.. all mankind a Savior, who I is ChrUt the Lord. The derr.ilUna : .

\ I.' .. ; Unto tOO: p.m. 4 ciaion to accept Him or reject Him is put squarely' up '.'. ARCADIA REVIVAL CROW
.. r; WEDNESDAY to you. The decision you make, therefore will decided. ] TABCRMACLE PAINTS & FURNACES
MM*W..lt Service 'Tao: pjn. affect the destiny of the immortal soul which God 1 ]
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J I Lefebvre f Electric I Service I Co has given you. Christ alone can free you of the con rull 00apeI,
sin and count you amor* the real Sunday School 10OO: ... ARCADIA.WKDNCSOAY A

'4 Electric, Suppllce. Bclce" A Service. ) heirs of theourkingdom of God. Morning Worship 11.-OO: ...0.,
.; Meter-\ Pep Repair Prays< for tL. StcaTS ." t _

IS W. Ma...,11.. WA t-t21NOCATEE MITHOOIBT .-. PAUL CATHOLIC NORTH HILLSSOROUQH CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST Z..iuUe .rrre 7JO

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).t Sunday School: ifr.OO a-m. Sunday Maas 10:00: s. m. .._.... ......tI..) Arcadia Womaaa. Club Arcadia Drug Stares

f.s Uornlnc Worship 1IOO; ... Monday and Tuesday' Mass t2t North HIIU.. *.r*.fH Av.wArMdla. Sacrament. Meeting .OO pjn.Cortes TRINITY METHODIST, 1- "Oely ::
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,:"f'.' Association of DeSoto ''..CountyIn trsya WKDMKSOAYOafins. '7JO p,6-. first Friday_Maaa 1':)0 pjn. ( Sch SUNDAY dul. o* Swricoa) sert* Peth SUNDAY. and NAZARENE 0...... W...R*Oak v. Hayima S*. ., 0-Majroa... Av*. WA .,._" Arcadia- ,Plerldalp


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'f. sugaay ltcMal ltSO Lab CHURCH S ISS 6-a. SorreKs Bra" .*, .pecking Co., I Inc.4B .
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Pawl ........ ........ ,,_... --...... ate.alagli.rtlwr.'Ilit, .w..... r"ETMOOaT. CHURCH Row. L. w, e-..t p...... )..... 1M.dy. 2 1 .Lille.6-a, CMuacM tl..r. ... p4.... M Calr.a ,Is.ae.

4V$ W. SJaf...clU. S*. Arcadia A.-.n Ev.sltllf w>raK g r.tew Y. 2M Bit Mj e. the amrit .eada.V. >ktrs.; t a.6-. nUDAY S' t' >4i daT r ere PlsaqI1.eTMa WA

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Ft. Winder NewsAirman trey and daughter: Pam. lend cania and Mr. and Mrs. Stan.

Mr. and Mrs! John Daughtrcy "tar Njchoixoa! and children:

4 spent the Titanksclvmi. weekend Keith and Kelll.Mr .

Second Class DvM I in the P:..1'....... and Mrs Dick Hartman
Dau htrey. of Tampa. 'I"itt.dhla
\ % Mrs. Evelyn Barnwell visited tna Dr. and Mrs. George Hartman .-
toxmE parents. Mr. and Mrs J.

TO BUY tp SEA 1 M2ENT HFtP y/AHTFp/ I.qT6f0UND A.the Dau.htrt'y weekend. and family over brother her mother Billy Mrs of Ft.Ken Ogden And .were and 'In Mrs Sarasota: O. C.Friday.Mr. Mill.


Sunday. were In the community Mon
3lr.
Babe Coe
and friends.Of .
-- -- -- -- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mlzrll: d
Ohio, visitcsl Mr an.i Mrs.. .
I Kv!: ;; -- and Mr. and Mrs tvorrtteMlaell :
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT M1SC WANTEDFOR LEGAL NOTICENOTKI ;;. LEGAL NOTICE ifttp. MiztllM Sunliay. were the Thursday dinner .. yL1PPINCOTT
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> and Mrs. McKee. ofOoral
FOR -
SALE -- -
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--- fu e"a of Mr. and :Mr'
Gables visited Mr. A.
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FOR RENT UnTurished i Of tALlNNici IM TNI COUNTY' CUu5T. IN ANDfUA A. Russell ltf ln'e of Ft. Orrlcn '
I OH AlJu: OK JttNT: 2. BALK Used Gas Rang UtMilTb Curry and son Bill Thurs ELECTRIC
House. Call WA 91682. It (Moor oven tho put- COUNTY IkOIDAAl Mr. and Mrs. Bobby. Kelly
Bedroom Block in Good Condition. DeSoto rant a final D* r** of SAW
masonry'house
-2 ewly decorated. Lowdown I i' tic Gas Compony. Pbooe WAlnut sur.1** In_:m.rd CifCUil>s caw C.o.. *. *rfr DSotoflorioa 1 : y'ATKIItoKUIu, COM No.\. !). Jl INC.,* dayMrs. J. A. Dtiuahtrey vt*. and visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kelly 0... .&.14 ....
Mr. and
SOI. .... Itfct :Mr. Mrs. Oscar w_* MM) ........
payment. Third house' FOR RENT Unfurnished 82-tfe County I Will all' twtuolrt Ph A Min ick IJ. C-XP-j t1a11 oufrtortloilto and Mrs. Morris
i pMtv tr Deco.o Cty.L oa i>u.;ni.. m ft>* Storo of Barnwell Thursday Rsldntlol AX Cemmerelal.
north of Airport entrance on newly decorated 2 bedroom FOR F1 tarnJa. o o*. ,-...... Dauithtrey of Punta Gorda.Monday .
SALE!: 1958 "alrl.ne .ntyr.w.n.le Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thort .
Carnahan Ave. e US). Olock "G''". ........"It Contact'
Turner-Eller
I home. WA 8-6771. after 5 pjn Ford. If Interested caU WA d ..., ton t went on a ramping tripankimlvInK Llpplneott. BlectrlelanFOR
Estates. $550O. Walter Butget- 3ltfc 9.4471. = : "=.dO. : ReV NSTCoNlft and TILLMAN L.'r.lf" Visiting Dr and Mrs. George : weekend Ary
Owner. WA coKhna to pMt morof rocerija < t ttaitmail over the weekend Tw..5M" wIM HMi.w.elrl.
eat 87612. :
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10 shop m- Plot hawk. s. ao0e1 *! .IPi I Mr.' and Mrs. Wilbur Kinney -
7. 8, 9. lOp I FOR RENT :3 room and ef. and o5A. Off.ce 'or tho Clwk. 01. IMIKIM1 SALT wete their daughter and fam returned home .
flciency apts. Ph. WA 9-6241 FOR SALE-Record player and' OIw.do.I..I.r c..lt Court, DSoto Couney. .Naha A nr+1w Wrap mf I. (ily Mr .ind :Mrs. A. O. Hart I Sunday utter -- --
LLOtO M HOLIvMs. Srwritt of OSotr spending the weekond 'In Miami
FOR SALE New. two bedrOOm or 200 Winifred St. ... roan and daughter of
radio combination floor mo. with e'l rructwrM Ilr.ltInUrdm..snn ". r Slid by vw% Sally "' with relatives
visiting
home .two tile baths, > i .tfe del. $73. Record I : now and Poosf> 11.1" a 5 writ vAKutton rtffeOIMVO > Ft. LaUdl'rlale- SALE
cabinet $t5.i en. .t Nod land and fuitur /w..aus aul : IM omrrioa The Thanka vlnai Diy: dinner
large screened patio. central Dinette set atiocrtod ...... oil ..url.. f1.. Mr. and Mrs. Dill Itarnwell
I .: $73. Can be seen .0. ana rni on ate.stylod cou.. 320:! ACRES
air conditioning and heat, electric FOR RENT: Downstairs i Mu.*. Pfoc nol, ond profit oecnjw ..o ... '' ,/. h."' and daughter Dotty and Mr I I, guests of Mr. A. n Curry
at =
kitchen newly redecorated apt. New Weekley's Furniture Store. >g e..tpk.w. to accru* tcum w.d ptr. ,.:"i Iin9 010 -f.ePtt and son Bill, were Mr. and Fenced en Mlflhv .)/
large lot.
M. D.
Betty Acnew. ...,,all ot wrucH or* mchjd. bnr. _,. 5.M.,. PMT .d0.k. and Mrs. Stanley Nicholson<<
furniture private entrance. ,, ... Mrs. Hill B-trnwelt, duuzhtt-r $180>> per Aerf25 /
Lamb. Broker, Owner. Phone I o0 .m. In. toreuo.q v crlp> l.i Wv .0. J. .1.'tk 45.I land children Keith and Kelli
Close to business" district. Re- lOc %,n u')* t"i* haw..u..n ..'.P I_. .f 5..wVus Betty and Gnerry Pnrker. Ar. %: Down
WA 8.2981 day or night. I I *': .<*. eft;I oat. ....re. oioitna.wat .-it.y -. 1.......n L. Keel, attended the IlarnwtV-Will-
7tfc tired couple or .working; woman 'FOR SALE Be gentle i tie: *. Ono ot.>*r **ot g, c JBO.j. .... K Aw ow.... n.-d .I.5.It' $ eadla; Mr. and !Mrs. C. O. 10 V'oar en Balance
Is .. ... ...... .... .... aius family reunion in Avon
I or couple. 17 South Man trI. r.tln.1 ligrttarvt 4.1 wr u1 155.15o. Johnson, and children C. O.and .
kind, to that expensive ar-I ..... .-..... .-.-.....,. err I .-. ....w5... .... ,..m.55155.. Park Sundayurit .
FOR SALE 6 improved Iota. I, i atee. life: .. .. Cydney Ft. Carton; Pete
pet clean it with" Blue Lustre. -nu w r.N.-a. .nchlrys -t 51.* fXMtlOi ttivvwm [gill ,
In Nocatee north of school. I I a. ACIOCM. m MsWHWMM4I. > ( pr Mr A. tl. Curry Craft, Mr. and Mrs. P. S.
Rent electric sharapooer $1." oppurtononcft*, wntcK now we IA' on *OM> >...". Ot t<.. Onus .6d l --'in Mil). Sunday were FOR RENT
$500 down. Terms. Owner will .'ORRENT bedroom unfurnished Arcadia Music.Furniture !.... ..*. art.r pHan ... or.. bout iAtir o. .... Ci-url in. ........... + Nicholson and son BUI. of Ar.
finance. Contact J. W. Garrett. .f ." ". ... or on tawt pr*. C.....,.., of DOMM. f.......... I .tI' "'tO Mr unit Mrs. fUlaut. of CoralGables. -.- ---.- Nlc. t B.4rmApartments .
or partially>> furnished "> .n t>.rijri rte., be Ootaowd > .lei *..o OJV4 .*.* la m* .....-. -wear .
P. O. Box 77, Nocatee. house. Phone WA 8-8731. SiOl'e'l W dttacnatot* IOT s5.!. ......>. .1..w.. Ojo
8, >. 10. lip HOGS FOR SALE -3 at public Ml.*, to trta r>ior.o.t end I It OH.O p1 pw1a. 1. f/.a1 .ar Mr and Mrs. Albert Thorn. JOHN PARKER
Nov. 19, 25., Dec. Jc ,.., ..M ; io ..= Tile Oaths
> *> tor Cooh ot m* Wort 1 1t I kuiti wtw jn< > MtMl t..on returned home Sunday after -
brood sow, one mallf? ..ont Door nw OSoto Curtl* I ion REALTORHOMES
$55 Month
MAKE OFFER: OWNER FOR RENT Furnished 2 pigs< 2 gilts on* young rnaTe*. CaurrnauM i.r Arcodta. ftot xla. ot Le.w.I R. Morton.hy t iur.lf ..1m..a.N aevral days stay at En. per
My* 0.1 lack. .. rti ,_ .. I iwhoer
NEEDS CASH: Former Fort am n IM du Carr. ..1.naC'h., .
Bedroom house outside of Will trade or sell all oh part. .< Ovcornnm A. O l I."4 ,I IHSlll k. a. ....- OROVES j
Ogden Cafe now vacant. :town. $33 month. Call John Frankln Bailey. Rt. Box I. AVANT !TARP .A.a Aid'. NAYMANI The Sunday dinner gusts
George Huydcn. next door has !' 2. CNork ot Circuit Court I uWnhnl: A. Me..y. ArS.Ir.y. '01 Mr. and Mrs. Rveretle Mlseltr RANCH J. L. HoJlingiworth
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Parker Realtor WA 8.3341.fttfc 833. One mile South Pine Level Court S; fwf ftaxlitlNsr C.r"..
keys for inspection. }I. \Vil- Community Center kv, Atr-MA INTZMINOtM I' M. o.e. J, 10. If. l Ire. were Dr and Mrs. OcurgaIlartman. --- -
helm:. 1819 Pleasant Drive. Deputy Clork. Mr. ... Oak surf N.r.r. OSet. I'I'I.
and DirkHurtnian
CIc"licouui Mrs.
T SMITH. IltlOf AND iCMWAABIAtt IM IMC I
Round Lake teach Illinois. I FOR RENT Efficiency apt.' TT? ..m.v. at Low I ,wi...... JUH' IA' ko1C0IT ... ) and Mr.' and Mrs.' Aru JI'. PH. WA t..I" I I 3 W. Monella' 'WA 8071

10. 11 12 Electric kitchen and Sit Bamctt .National Bank Ar. >>> fv* Dl_>> w.OMIf, .vaIDA I
13. 14p gas -- ---- --- -- wed.n0 ,r rr.u..rCUL .__ _._. Floyd Much.T .- --- -
------- -- =.- heat. 2 blocks from downtown. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES .loc"10' Ii ,1ot..1 LLI.on n h Home DemonstrationClub -. -. -- -_.-

FOR SALE 2 Bedroom 'Call WA 8.7011. .-- D 3. 1iNS.al.d PS.n.lf.wROTHY met. at the home of Mr4.George .
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Home. :3 blocks from
post. I' HOflC.----
910CFOR : I U., llartman. Wetlnestlay. LOOK
office Bank and AGR4CTURAL. SALES bids ,
Courthouse. an by wr'
: Hoard ot Counrv U.I: I Ito Tz'rii1 About 18 members Attended.
RENT .omtvMMMOTorv O SUIT
$3400 B. Large 3 room
Conoley 214 C- Iwwu. at tno Court TO' OOMOIHV .4 MOBILE HOMES
.T. Mrs.
N.I : We're looking for a honest J. A. Deughtrcy was
Electric kitchen heat ,, .
DeSoto Ave. apt. gas ImW eft Meads P.M i. .I J' 1. I5 N/oy5 Sttfvitri
,2: blocks from downtown hard working man to start A. M. a.wd t>.::Jo. :: uu'dwwa, 0515 ... In !Saraiota' Friday.Thin. .
10. 13. 12. 13p U.am.u. ** (t> cii6.r .. 104)' Tom. af. 15595 ..:. ....
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Adults only. Call WA 87011. with us In the next thirty ... bt_ luinovf. .... tw._. a* ae..4 1w .,n. 5555 h..1a.n visitlic Mr. amt MStanley *. 10 & 12 Foot Wide 1,2 or 3 Ded;ooms

_- --- II-I days. Call on farmers and grove follow equal. or oqulvolont 1 ... ,... Q,.... C.aSn4 __ Nicholson: and children .
< FOR RENT Dc owners as well as LomU5 ,Saw ::: Pa LL.M ..I ..-1. ..1" IS 55,0.1 5 diesIgS.1..r Sunday' evening wore 10 ft. Wide Prices start $3,200
nurseries ISi5).nee.) .. .'. rrvolM. fo ".0 .,e,....... rw_ ti Nis ,
''red
FOR KENT UnfiiriiUlUidhouse. ;; municipalities and coif courses. O O-.und rvlvntuM of (;or vM* "" .0,'. .,..... .- Mr and Mrs BUI tlrnwf||.

FOR RENT: Six room su Reasonable real. C.U;= Four calls' per day will earn woau rVt-A, .r.ssofe OM .
burban' WA 8.1682. in excess of $100 per week o'.lo-o 14 Hough (cop *....)-I f.._. anij ro MVO cot.yW" ktt, Dlanno Onrner. Mr. and
home. Unfurnished.I *' a'. !.' Ha-w'i t-lrnm*>.) r.,,* ...rt. US BEFORE YOU BUY OR TRADE
Recently redecorated. $60 Vile I U you follow our plan. Proven S.W.n .,.._ p. ..... ..- .I. ,, -rw>. rtt= ."; rtra per -- --- ----- repeat sale Item. Car nect'a.N1'7. I ar I"wl ..naru _.. IH.I.,1 ..\ A........ .nrmo ., rtoriun.of Junitle Nlcn,)Uon, of ArC'lfolla..nd MOBILE. HOMES OPEN T days a week for your Inspection. .
month
r&one WA 8-4834. FOR RENTPurnlertef) apart- I.00 pound ovr tuftic foof *f __ .. _.. man kM oi_ .. .IVo4
> Fr.. Gilt fr
the LadUs
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.0 ,' Mtfc: I Farming or grove experience ..... CtwxwrUv* k.wen.id twit ArBor .fnotvKo |M ... *niro leOOMwt :'11' and Mrs. C O. John )
mauL Private bath. Couples helpful. Exclusive ter. *r / |>o vc K.r CUWM Mf I row =hid;; rTifHI _5nl mu.e sot and daughter Cydney of
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only 2 blocks from downtown.. or weed Ownaimf; Coutwr A. .awi..l. DARKLEY MOBILE
ritory, ,,established accounts mN Ac.....ra. ..'" ftrol T5? ..obis ..I .i/ ... .. .... Ft., Ogden They helpexl 1 K Raymond C. H.fsng! All utilities furnished. *5O per turned over to Wonder. ..cifiolir It" v>-a. ... .511.. oJ ,." 0. ..c_..... 5 _._ Nicholson| celebrate her first
'month. Phon. WA S-4793 or you. a ." IY, ,ii.t ID.tk.w. i < ..- i 5tiw..n" pMi.J m t Hwy'. 1T N. (Nest t. Slar-llt.. theatre) Wavehwla.. .
Teacher of Plane and Organ I' ful opportunity to advance. Qua f.5 ow4 .*.e..d.' ox taN CWSolo Cau3y, i birthday.
WA I +rr4S. onco dur .. _. .
WA e474SSPECIAL 8-3)31. s4-ue Write fully to Bob Baldwin. awls."" n.b51 i ,ond. tnKj;.Mw fv*> .........-ch vMt nw four.. rnnmiiy* Dr. and Mrs. George lUrt. I. 11-- -- --

RATE FOU RDiTUlum; sh Sales Manager P. O. Box 1103. J: '0" 14 "L.wo<. '- sAil| -WHSIU.. MY HAND AND MAL of man and Mr and Mrs. nick .-. .

Lessens Will De .Given Winter Garden Florida. Inter -.5-Ia.1 : b5wgw./ saw UOMtL_ .. At_ r MM*.*, NI. llartman were In St. Peters.burE. .
house. Two bedrooms. Inquire old. al:: I
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In Your Horn nM w i on b\* I at 202 South HllUboro. view wil be arranged. at our ._ _.w.l. ...._.... 0l.Atl J Tuesday
TFC I *o onnual .ew..wwSl of In* aurwrv LIMA t AVANT. Clo.lt ofCuitfll .
expense. Dr. and :\I... Genres Hart
10. 11. 12c for rr>* mciwMi aueS. O.loWIO> ON OURComplete
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I. 9. lOc bawd % a. man Mr aid Mrs. Dick
e51.in..5 ono or r*.r. ._ _. :--P"A[ INTlMINGf lUrtman
1..55.I One iXoll b* 105 ON.h lintIJ4 were In St. refers
HELP WANTED ., ....... ..... Stec
GRAVELY RIDINGMOWERS 5.ad Can.1 r.s (VILYN burg Tuesday.:
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-- --- EXCLUSIVE ins -..... WI iiise ...hra N. Amos Line of
t* .- .!. aM. ....... HELP WANTEDWanted experienced mitkUi d ond ...* toro'roquirod At......M 4Pkewpq .t.ft A aughlrey' and family
Th*. Oravelv Can Take It FRANCHISE )W. ...M..*rv oflw _.tuf of I IIM Mb").two.. JMOTKI ... ts.. .L aw
rMONI BKAOIMTOM .,.*-.,... full time waitresses e..wl. TM ae.i. -- -t.Un1 :; onktfflvintf. Day were her DRUGS AND COSMETICS
night and day. Apply in person 5 nrwP any .r eN bal.OAs0 OOp fOBictotuM A mother Mrs. Jo l- Cronon and
GROUNDS EQUIPMENT.
Amazing new liquid plastic r CouNtY s y cm o* cincMir cowaf---I'
IOroV I at line Point Restaurant. coating used on alt typee of COMMI\IONt.9, *.-. *".. ..,LIMIt'1 her brother Mr and Mrs.
ITEMS
Ida DownoNr ur.5dd .5 AVANTCi Luther Master' of inglw\: .l.Mr .
surface Interior
-- or exterior. .
i. D.: a.nw.. CP.ssenn .f 15 O>ut Court .
M_ ......,, and Mrs. Bobby lies
Eliminates we x tag when applied w. k -. h '>' viov mu i
o.ddln0 -- I' on Asphalt Tile, Vinyl I.t'.r.ry N : ..... u.c... .. |..4. of II 00 .7k>.::. I i' tee and daughter .( Areadla
GRADER onchln/l j WANTED ...... :I.. Da a. IN4 A M I INS wf" e. of r io, Cinin
LJnoleum. Vinyl Asbestos ." I IV C.dN ou.. M A l.. ti... f tarMu, and Mr and Mrs. HarryJohn" NOTICE !
Seepage i[ -- ---- .pH I Hard Wood and Furniture.Completely Tilt ce-uMnr 100011 cover I .01. i > .... nrW M>M of.....* *w*.
Shell.. Fill... plrt -Top Sell H IN AND / l WANTED The Arcadian is eliminates paintIng I1olmDA IN PW5A11N .... I Mrs, Evelyn Oarnwell"'
Contract er by the hour a.S.rN.Iw5
GLEN DAVIS Interested In all Arced!.. I when applied to Wood /sla",a m"A" &..IAI.o-CAAstt. MtIIS i... .5..wuN.NS. tw _1 M c-: ,", I Thursday ANY ITEMS NOT IN STOCK

P....". WA ..1742I I t DeSoto County resident If Metal or Concrete surf ace*. 955 k.n1NA Mll.t.kM 1.1rJ' &wed 701 '-* I Mrs rioyit Mlisll altended :
P.O. Boa IS FUTFC. II I I This finish' .b also recommended 15 au.tl.A ADIk 04.U.IW' MU y V' f s CL5 WE GUARANTEE 24 SERVICEIF '
No atse. I you Lav a news Item. Jot for boats and automobile. &. 1'. IWMnio) ti lour>w = the Horn U..iNfI and HOUR

I .I down and mail It to Post Office :ii..I; TO.. ClITOf i it *>!, ik' eewot ;;I .ss MjK'ot I 4 II Club Christmas' I) Ujr I
box 870."lb. Arcadlaa t I TO -It"" C.OIIC. S A...o ne1pA : .- N ..d AVAILABLE TAMPA MIAMI
NO COMPETITION NAW/e",," MANM 5- = I Show In IUrl.w, Muoxlay.. I or
IAOAIIATIpp
-- --- -- -- -- Arcadia or Stop In at our of lr I f>0 =. .0' Dr. and Mrs. George II.".
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eau end to N n aN .5r ""':
Lice 209 West Oak Street. A* the*. are exclusive form un.wd i.d .t.i.d h w N.51r. tan 1''Lo -'-. 'man and Mr. and Sirs Dirk

BUILDINGSFOR 4'-ahoP ; ulas In demand by all bus e..1.S.. end. ..d..r.s. .I1e5 ...... M *..w.-J-i-- Mf, Mn. I llartman were tho |u*_l. of
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Industry and twrn.s.No -" -- -- WM"' I .o nf *f -.- I I Koch Drug Store
C'hlldmi nerss. .w..o of MrftHA tA ." Mil I their brether. Mr, sail Mrs.
WANTED To keep fee. Minimum MifHA C :: its: ...:=.. /
franchise 00 MiU. oka f. fMo '""-'r lid 0. Eric. llortman' at the L. L
SALE -small babies welcome. Call ; Investment $300. Maximum IMA AOtk. Milll/ _....-. latoof .lit .. rarvtWW* ,Mr4 MM 'y *,
Ian O.> Count*. OHitw n o to .- -vMeM .. .*... COM*, tna ot' I goon Trailer f'ark. In Punta| ,
WA 9-9OI. Investment 7000. Invest 101 W. Oak WA 8-7431
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B.IO-11-lZp mint i* secured by inventory !' ,.'-' ;: l.l.ta.N. ....--z:4: otf.r: ... ..", ..... AJo.rt fads; THanktftvinc D. '. t

Small sizes $100 and up. .. Factory trained personnel will : i.OS Ise. 04..'in. ..;. laeo... 101 A.crsa.- 1QaH, 'ATh1N Ir'. c.I c-. | M,. and Mrs. J. A D.u.h. .

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help up your 5q rw N f 1.51. 01 In I
Located at Old Arcadia M1SC: fOR sAil I For complete details and descriptive t_ of m._ _c.. T.. ."II I ::. i iI .. .
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Prison Farm. : ) literature, write: =.:: ;. 1N1rsl.h e.5.I.l. :J I QowSD..t. ..15. N .l. j I to' ,
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FOR SALE: Small i 5 : w 55'5e ..wr.. .. I.r..w N ...... M 'I 'I I
CHEMPLASTICS : tt.-
tin Wet 200 colors dHOra-1 : 111.1.'. : I.s __ ,0.422 (CgljriftiiiziiiC.iltth!
See.Frank at 1-rlllOn Farm ..Pin..y 81'4. wui..5.d N ,.... .It...... ,
terns for bobb t.a... & PAINT CORP. .. en d.aw N e..A ewe wI .... ,. eSss IM M :

.._ .. plates bowls, ash tray. Ice .._ .. 14..0 i.w1 .e edd.l M Non A : 4. I
;' a.N4r'AL
bucket. tab I.. ete. Instruction IS2S Le*..... SC L...*. 8. .... :***ifu?'--1atAlrwetL.t 1. .JA.C.1.M.. /C. ; < ,jj i ii is

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No. 913CNOTIOS j
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for)
discontinued price Ideal -- "'- nest
5 Acre Tracts 'A... ,.....
I gifts. West Florida Tile Distributors. -- --- Nee )a. 0. 1.181w4 .... AND /uYa4N1 s 'NOW OPEN FORMEMBERSHIP
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Inc. 6OI School Avenue. IN "' cow,.. sacp r () 'iJ jIM r=
> Mile West ef A..o41. Jest ,.,... A_ eTTls.WT pins. : !
Sarasota Flood '[J;,..
oft Sit 70. Low Pries ef WO I STtfe: IN a, : ref Acre with Small down NOTICE Smith's Antiques "I.o'f.coui4 i, *-. 195 e i N/e (0w5550 "
per -- -- -
New Ttorr bh ka W ..__II !
ollnt t. ir--:7.jl: -.c. N /TltttOrl .- 15 "" I lhHY "
exiTurner
i5 901
peywtfjftt
e south UA. '_ : I
Tire Discount on 41 In A'u'"i: a A/KIIA.. i 'I
........ \IftW OordA. Antiques boughtand .1.sr51lt4anessia Iwka 1 II / IJO'N' ON' 0"

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B-B THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida, Thursday, December> '3, 1961
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TINSLEY'S .NEW ,'< y* i.r; TWO BIG DAYS! Jl :
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3 BIG DAYS, DECEMBER 3-4-5 :


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Breasts ?:: 59c Catsup, ( 2)) TABLE KING 12 Btl Os.

.. Salt I I.G.A. 26 Pkg.Os. C

..' Tomato Soup CAMPBELLSI.OJk. 10

... Eva p. Milk TALL CANs

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ROYAL GUEST
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PORK STEAK Ib. 49 C STEWING' '
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CHICKENS Spam BAKE ar PRY 39c
TOP ROUND BONELESS Can
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COPELANO Whole White Potatoes ROYAL GUESTCHOICE lOc
WIENERS IX Os.. 35c BONELESSSIRLOIN 19 Can
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Pfcg.TABLERITE TIP ROAST Ib. 99c 2 -Os.
U.S.D.A. CHOICE 10. Chili with Beans LYKE/ 3 Can. $1

I I.G.A. Egg Nog DELICIOUS QuartS 69c39c
ROUND STEAK 1. 89c OVEN PRtSH Can
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t TABLE KING Crush Pineapple SWEET TREAT 2 :2.:: 37c

.'S" PURE VEGETABLEShortening FRESH PRODUCE Pineapple Grapefruit Drink DEL MONTE 3 "4a-0 Cana. 89c

!. CRISP ICEBERY BH C Table King 8 oz. Vegetables _

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