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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 15, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Arcadia (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- De Soto County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- De Soto -- Arcadia
Coordinates: 27.2175 x -81.86 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 13 (Jan. 9, 1925).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579554
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System ID: UF00079901:00051
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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VOLUME XLI. NO. 12 ARCADIA. FLORIDA TUESDAY. DKCEMHKU\ : 15. 1964 121-AGES-tOe


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Slightly HackneyedBy Shop Your Home Aubrey Ty Cobb' Tyner DiesIn Gives Trends Of


Town MerchantsTime

.. to set a move on! City Shoppers .

Christmas Is only 10 day Trailer Fire Early TuesdayAnother
fp off and how many Christmas A shopping area survey by
gifts bar you bought? students of DeSoto High School
A check of downtown
spot
Bill as a part of the DCT department
{' stores showed today that about
83% of fin buying still r*. tragic death markedthe :,* __ ,. -_ .....r. this week revealed that
pre-Christmas week, Tues. -. .' 72 per rent of downtown shopper
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mains to be don .
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If yw'r. one of those In day morning; wh.n a trailer In 'Ii .. ,r would like parking meters .
al removed front city strseta.Some
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HackneyYour foe as to where to start which Aubrey "Ty Cobb" Ty : t r
eider then suggestions from a I nero citrus worker, caught fire ,, ... i.. M per cent expressed
and burned about 3:55 the opinion that because of
sampling of Arcadia m T. : *JT> "
chants: j I Tyner' who lived alone, was shoppers dislk for them they
A. C. FOLK Babcoek Furni In the trailer near a kerosene i were a deterrent to free and

Chance: 1 Out Of 12 ture.Music Store corner Polk I stove when firemen arrived at I easy shopping downtown..
and Oak: "1l we have any real ; the seen after a hurried call d ( Survey results I contrastedwith
Your chance will be one out of 12 to win a turkey practical shoppers this Is the by a neighbor. According to "* those undertaken her.In .
this weekend when the I local Legion post holds its time to buy aa air conditioner. Fir Chief Leland Gammag f : put years when sentiment
annual Christmas Turkey Shoot. Starting time will W* have them on end of the Arcadia Fir. Department T,.. v r 4 appeared about evenly dlvtd..ed .
be 1 o'clock on Saturday and again on the following season sale and ,there's a great ner was probably asphyxiated. ,. between those supporting]
Monday and Tuesday. The cost to try is $1. and savings. Of course, with cooler by smoke as the entire Insld '. 4 I'' and against the parking: m*.
there'll be about 30 or no lO-pound dressed birds ready weather, maybe our -cup I of the trailer was aflame when '.1'''. It la thus becoming .....
for the victors Proceeds go to support the Legion percolator for 'only $'.09 Is firemen arrived. -.. ,j, 1w | parent .that more and moreshoppers
The Noes Volunteer are lining: up against
the right gift. It there are tee fir
Junior baseball fund.Wanted .
youngsters in the family who'll Deprtm with Chief Hich. I meter Inconvenience with sects
: Square Dance Fans be college-bound,, or If your ant Cobb driving was also at _i passing day,
t Charles NeSmith of First Federal is one of the luggage is looking the won the seen with the new Nora ,M, Th survey revealed thai1IK
area's leading square dance exponents and he considers for wear, we have the premier l te* fire truck. It took several ,' ) per cent of local people
it something of a shame that all neighboring name In luggage Samsunite.*!I' minutes to cool. the care enough ; .. I shop one or more times **ch
communities have active clubs some of them two IRWIN MOORE. Kwik Chek. that the men could remove weell. that *3 per ant have shard
or Highway 17 South "You can i the body Tyner's brother '- time finding a place to
more square dancing groups and our town none. combine a lot of food shop Claire recently lost his horn park and that S3 per cent usualty .
The name of Gulf Naval Stores Alton Latimer ping with toy shopping at our In Nocate by fir*. """ find the .Items they are
came up. "Yes., he'a due to graduate this. weekend." supermarket. W* have a con. Sheriff Lloyd tlolron ar. '0+ looking for at local stores.'
said NeSmith. venient layaway. Were also,rived at the seen shortly after SI teen student under the
"Graduate. I asked blankly, having met Mr. the place to do your Christmas the' alarm and called In County' Dlvrslfld I I CooperaUveTralnl"
Latimer and found hln to be a few years my senior. candy shopping, sine we have 'Judge Gordon Hays In lieu of alt +K".r ,, don asked' such que*.
"Yes," said NeSmith. "from our square dancing: a number of specials on can. ] I i a Coroner's Jury. Judge Hays lion. to 'local shoppers In aneffort :
school over in WauchulaSo ." dy, and you get extra saving'' stamps when you buy $1 or" i led body was taken to Ho. per *f 'shop' Arcadia patron'
.her* we're ,gad} on the call. If some of .
to.pass more of candy. It also "help'11our" barts-XIrady Funeral lilac a 14I and some *f the thugs. they
you haven't tried square_ dancing, 'you don't" know' : -pIG-***. Ja*":lhU eon f arhe .Tyaf.- trailer. was le at.ed .. might. think. about seal shop.
what lun" -it cajti be. : teat I. win ..an '*xtra week's I< south ot Arcadia en Route puvr /adltfe/ta
." Anar<5r7The: Home Front pay for top candy sales_ for', ::S near Eldorado park. AU Thr wr about IS questions .
Arcadia's' "Irowling Preacher" Is Drennon B. he seaaonP v v lathed to It wet. a bunt-on. one on the survey sheet and
Cottingham. The local Presbyterian paraon quite often JERRY TINSLBY. Tlnslry's I IlOA. room wooden structure that FIIIK: FATALITY-The rernsln, M the trailer horn of "Ty Col b- Tynr ,..we".. were more than wilt.
can be seen riding' patrol ,with local officers in one of Magnolia St., "We think was, also. body burned still smolders after Tuesday"mornings fly In which Tyner &lost his. 11 f.. The Ins to give. the ludenta. Iher'answers / :
born Marion < IK other
hive the biggestteddy Tyner was In lure *
w* probably
the trailer part of the home was already. aflame Inside when firemen arrivnl.r .
city's prowl cars at night T. Sherman Harding bear :In town aa well County Florida. May 4.; \9O results and pereentages showt
of Arcadia has been appointed a certified rifle Instructor at a variety of other fin toys and earn. to DeSoto County 44 I It psr cent" think thai stems.
according to the National Rifle Association for kids right, on up to' the J,.* .co. II. was a VHrra'n. of 1 Tamp, and five ..r.'hllh-.. Co" '* Summeralts of i I from the nouarts-Oratly Cha. clerk' are interested lit hlp.
of America Our fine DeSoto High basketball team tern set. Just pull two grocery.1' 1 World War Two and 1s set |dr.... Nocal ei Mrs K;>ln* U Alley I pot| Wednesday. ., December IS.vlvd Ing the shopper. find .Items on
needs your support when it returns to borne competition carts 'Instead of one when youh I by two cbUdr... Mrs.! If. also la survived. by I wo,0, r,- L :udenJal. and Mrs.' a( :j.oo: p.m. with. the H.". D. bite .IM M per ant aid thatIf
after the Christmas break. Check the schedule: shop with us this week snd.l Dorothy. Geneva Jones of Ar btvIhen. Tom and Claire Ty harsh Lance of NOftII.e.! i.,, Franklin of the Church of'' they were buying' ; a major.
and plan to attend. (Continued on ..... 3-Al) 'radia and Aubrey C. Tyner of her of Nocste'' *.and Uue sst.r.I I run rl! service, will be held Ocd offUUIUig., & .Item. suet as a ..r. household. )'
-- appliance and so forth they
Tablecloth To Fit Season 'I would shop a KM *f_ 'tor** D*-1 f
Seeing Mrs. Henry Avant's lush Christmas tablecloth Turkey Shoot To for they bought
at The Fabric Shop was enough to put everyone New Teaching M ethod Is Praised : Benefit I Meet peep(" said lhy
there in the holiday, mood. The tablecloth. made by Legion 'I'.bought about 10 per sent *f'
)(rs. Avant Is six feet In diameter and has 28 miniature ,Junior Baseball their gnod on credit and M
per cent think that .loest. store
Christmas lights sewn into the fabric along the Mrs. Jane Dewey acbr r I are altraetlv. gad ........ .,
edges that actually light up Lucky family at Member .T th. -X" Post per tent think, that merchantiis ..1
of the Vu. >jat Perception ClaM
Christmas dinner. .
American. Legion. will stage < The Chamber of Commerce will be getting Its recently introduced' in the first thetr. ,saeood turkey shawl a< I stare hour. wild IS pr;
Christmas presents out in January, these being new grade at West Kmsnsry, ap.. .caw ..**.... en December I Is seat of the people. questioned,
brochures on DeSoto County to all interested In locating peered before the DesotoCounty I I and XX. It wa announced bet. *.,ly. 44 pr rent -wer.
here School Hoard Tueedsynight here tartay by Mill Ambk#.' ... star window .".......,*.
to report on th* new rhalrman of IK. commute.. Meet ef th* people laKrr
Real Know-How At City Hall t type teaching methods and to Th Thanksatvlne; snoot. sw viewed bare .lived Is) Artadla
I sat In on my first City Council meeting last snow board members some of >. IUf lie,.. WM by matkameaIn ver cave 7-'*. II wa aiadetrnUd .
week. and was impressed by the volume of bust the template used la ....tIve. the ta>rs*>.day event Tti I that most people.
rwras dotting the agenda. Worley Whidden seem* to Un. M +, MVfM Will begin. *l IOO; ..n. i bur ever V* p.* -**** N U**:" i
be idea! at the post of keeping things' moving and Mr*. Dewey pUlnd that and last until, tae teed I**'/*.. eammadtUe trm She Arcadia
the debate trimmed down to a minimum. And I'm the class. toad been rusuving tiLt "Ambiev, said.Mimroda trading. are. *.
sure few towns have a more learned pair on jetty laws only two wka at the school i mar u..e their. wn Th survey we uad.r thedirectiei
than Recorder I but that already elM could see :' .r<*4gMsj.. If desired ar tafej. *4 Walter 0.... D*.
City Margaret Way and 'Mayor Paul so much rampUevsd< by most i r a..y.*....* mt gun f..rMa>>.rt by,) Sate high svhovl DCTDecorations .....
Speer. Between the two of them there would be few of her tl pupO. $ the 16...... The sh a<, will beat 44555'. .. ,,
ordinances dating to the town' beginning that th.ycuuldn't They are mar. alert have the a....... liar .... the)
quote verbatim. improved. M the whole la allsubjects. pithier, I* .."...... r>***ed* ays''I
The Chimp Visits A Bar I only regret that wedads't ..* maintain UM.. *. tgtera. J.*K : For
Then there was the oneabout the educated chimpanzee start this teaching met. *. + bw rd 'y.Aj .tot,, na*.*lt .**.... I'
who ambled Into a bar. sat. down on the first art wale set... first 'ayn.dMn. ,." '* 1 Christmas: To

stool and ordered a drink. Bartenders pride them Dewey. said. 1965 Tags Go On Win Club Prizes
selves on never showing' surprise so the chimp' got Bh* explained Ik/at this i,4r'fe
him. drink in committal fashion.. The seethed a* teaching, ualng phi _
chimp polledout surfmotel Sale February 1st Judging: */ the beet ..****.a.
sisal i well vtaual
a* aa
hU& bankroll and gave the bartender a ten-dollar > aid. taught the thud I ed ....... t* the thrUlm
bilL Thinking the ape didn't know much about money' oettlaatfcie.. a pm.p4ld. *feepilk Mew tags for. !M* d* a4go ; seeM will take. place .* Tue-
and could be fooled the bartender gate him a dollar sad ..****>, ... ....... Mt. .*.. Matil r.... ,1st. Jolt. star .,..... D.siiber W.
bill for change. < ed aim. ,., werttag' Itl'ROYED TEACHING WrTTIIOrX..>ll.. Janet ftowey' first trravfe maw) hes.w*, tee sollaetar, r*, ,, The fc..*. for betty resWen.lial .
He then watched the chimp down the drink. Finally w rt.d th.Aew feeias Ice ad .*.*....tal area ..
'Qlweo! s-. sold., 'have class at West Aide KJemotary thU year It taking part In anew pot/ram tin.
**y \)*.l4f thai o.*r system.lag ., the rely will be Irene T Pm.AradU .
curiosity got the better of him. and be ** '
casuallyremarked I* team a* learn. signed to speed up learning for certain first eratJe trrcup f>nl ."You knnrw. we don't .have. many ch'Ira pan- far lisps that at the end made of templates wh ch are ua.d at the stodtnt* seats. Also a fart of the pro we. gavd W a tlse.wlhp.ehd. .MS3Spm.The OVn Club

sees cone la here.' ** *r the pose last the ...***** tram I* chalk board work and phyalraj theramr.. The program has in some other rae_.ly, tap west .*. sal.*' se==.o mote yr the .**..
"It's no --onder.the. chimp answered,, "at $9 a ./ saasdww to tstf. *.*** wttta crtir proven tcefu| with students, who rffat rent prnrt/r*** at a normal pace with M Ja0u.ey. ,tliradlsn IteM year(lee maul make She prs sjt*.
drink we can't afford to.** aa srig.isksi I' Mat the aew older fnethod shown Mia .., la
teaching with iMwey are Joyce A'brltUm andDSet's 3tnnMitch.f. 001 M M.nh 2O with SM s. ItiHt sU* te the wUMers
Nice Going A. C Polk tseehig seamed wttt be k* lees. ..as doses. iwews ....... I awls slr UVOttdi
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U Bed aa an mmrya far** .
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Credit A. C. lolk' with preventing a nasty' midtown gr.d..t yot,

car accident last -.. The city had petted a The ee..sl. honed .........t: First Race Track i N. Pavers At P Office I
contract for resurfacins its streets with a Winter seamed .. .... a.y wee.w.Ml.ag I *r
Haven concern. Said concern, getting paid by the ..gVlr dM anuts.a>..

too and not by the hour was going fall blast from hod Ie seA Let.beg aaeek.e. (A t'Atir. JlJmnCl.\I.: ) .f eight pare newsprint. roO*. Lestweek'

.last Wednesday morning. ...... The track that trpsysthe ,. -.,id.sr.a.as1.. a iaegsr: ....".gala.Weath ereaMhe C VM 'Wade Out'-Mere Cmiiif 1, we I"H! Arcadian. wa thus only 13eIght
asphalt. would mak A ran the tenrtfc of a' black ; ft > aveured the
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then gn careening acrues' aa fnterserUosjL. The fact : I W.e.vy sae. ..... ......y. biro. MarrVsIsjkaat M.seefef. UkUMS I The I>*. ..,, rr I" bane.. of the Arcs peer: alb and we have stain .In*
that n stop .light. might be situated re the middU of r Ri ort Dm.t-W. .. rhea here roe ....? awl ...?.harees .J.!** wan .In short utftr t>T Thursday crsvs*.J the preen run to a record nl..h.
the Intersection and it .might be red didn't atop the /laC ... tlueba. Caarety. rare. .1 .,. abe stye ... /perk Is. .*.*. I lose than. :a injure. after the.
driver. ,,'. true there. wa a fisgnurn on duty who. C Cs wey WAJt3".....) IDee. I teak .... aessw.y as teas I......... USSB sow ...... iinhe s.tMk ,.*l*r* came off the. pre*awe We hope this wk that your faewlaad -
waa supposed to wave down city traffic coming' the '. M.w1wt *amta Tne- tareemOse ...... M. fiat ....... 1wdr.'sIlalat.d. demand. byn vane > will not give out.
other way. Bet the Legman 1 saw wa aJergie 1 to R1A .z:;.., hew wets .c Ae+.wt ass o-r e9 g..w .tssAa/ screed.. ..*. ..**I. .,... ad a rult the Thank too for asking, for the Arc
?... t IITI' _eo.c. nier It I... ksasryr.k.elawl.g twos .. .wstam&e radian. Many .f .have ben kind
raising hi* arm Andat Pottt: and Oak |ar *eUa I An..u... .t0rN essay r you
M n % s' oth.e T.* ararta pad ter .aas.lw.s .......r b. ....... .......,.,. comment 'Improvements!\
enough to ,
one little lady had already. : started arroas the Intersection i1 .. Ie .. ........ ssnia. ,..r row .... steed. .wow 'fartsf were CMn4.<.ly saki. out by thai """ on .
in brand tattle .. .Incf. .diatgscree a****!. /However! the major techrdeallaiprw .
her new. compact car. Only 1>tas6 u ma ST .. Itreo at a her. M. .' atirar- teens.I. I f )1. pupwlar feattif**,
g '' thing. cf the ....... gad tot* the street to Die u M Si M.I. <...aid slas....... *e a***. *....1| me fled ..ass See teree. tens __d-Iair af**.* were e( .mnt. wul require M to 1 DO I
wave her dew averted a yoseiMi. ........,. o.c. 31F M .,'asMsvMi evee, MM* ... .< Dite//I 4Cis_ MSB Peer ...A| I I ega4tr nttUU! beaver.( ashoetag" dare. Thanks (or waiting! yvKk" tags ,





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Womoris tiuD I Holds Meeting Monday, Dec. 14 Tourist ClubThe 2A Th* ARCADIAN Tuesday, December 15,1964, Fred Grady HaS Birthday: Party .


'AriJadl( ;>Wo'ma.ub\ } Clubs, In conjunction with theGovernor' play gentleness and charity alt I I I Freddy Grady celebrated his ride on Freddy horse, Tit_ ''
Has Card CHURCH
CHRISTMAS NEWS Freddy opened
met Monday, December 14, Office of the State ways. Yes, each of us, in shbrt Party r fifth birthday on Saturday, I and ger. all his his gift!
with the president Mrs. Jan of Florida and the National that paragon of all Times a I party at young friend M.
The Arcadia Tourist Club }PRESBYTERIAN be Mrs. Calvin Martin and I December S. with a mired them.
Whidden, presiding. Safety Council. Many travel true, blue red blooded Amer- ; Mr
Hostesses Miss Alaaa Murphy ja/ety rules were given so that scan' Wemasw However, since held a "P'ogressivt: "Pinochle Sunday'afternoon December20th : scriptures. Reverend Drennon the home of his parens Mrs. Grady brought out }the>>
chairman. Mis* Susie I members would be a bit more the vast media of public com- party Thursday evening Dec.: I f ? I B. Cottingham. and Mrs. Fred Grady. huge Birthday cake decorate,
at five o'clock the Presbyterian usedIn
Murphy. Mrs. E. V. 'Nabell. careful during the holiday: muntcauona, have chosen: < to de_ 10th. There were 16 tables of TRINITY E. A cowboy theme was with a covered Wagon: c",,.
Mrs. L/urlie Nordlne Mrs. She ended by reading that"Let's pict another viewpoint, and Pinochle and two tables of Church will present M. the decorations and re boy and Indians. Five cowboj
W. Falmatier Mrs Edwin / make this a sate and we are better known in print Flinch.. Prize were given for a Christmas Candlelight pro- Sunday night Dec. 20th at freshments. candle on the cake wer.! :,;
ker Mrs. John Parker E'I Merry Christmas for all Why by such literary gems as Sex both game with M.... G. C. I I gram. I 7 p.m., the public 1.* Invited to Shortly after the guest arrived and everyone sang Hipp,
George Smith Mrs. not give your family the per and the Single Woman, Sex Marsh receiving 1st for Ladies The scripture and order of attend a candlelight serviceat they each were given a Birthday to Freddy. Shot
Nelson and Mrs. Elma fect Christmas gift You know and the working woman and In Pinochle and William ,I service will ba based on the Trinity Methodist church.: Tammy Treadwell was eel,.
were hostesses for the noon- what it IsT Why Its a "Safe continuous stream of articleson Taylor lat for men. John Wood :: ancle/i*. service held annually i The choir and soloist will be will be "No. Room at the Inn", bratlng her birthday on, ",_
day covered d 1 I h luncheon.j and EnJoy b}.. Christmas Sea I "What. wrong with the received low for men In Pinochle j I: In Kin::'w College Chapel. Cam_ heard. Cain. day th'e group "ne
They ,used Christmas decora 1 son". American Woman", and the I and Mrs. C. Barrett low bridge England. The program; will Include FIRST BAPTISTThe happy Birthday" oTa.nv!,.
Lions on all the tables, with f' The program was opened by television commercials seem tor women. In Flinch. Mrs. I I The program will Include: I the following: Prelude. "Christmas Adult Choir of the First too.The
an old fashioned Christmastree the group singing "Silent to think that we're such nincompoops HuMs Toftness received first "Riie Up Early", Richard: Bells". Leman; Offertory I Baptist Church will present hostess serv:'cl (_
and candles and Christmas Night", accompanied: / by club as to believe we I and Mrs. Louise Stevens low. i Kc':nty; "I wonder as I Wan "Dreams", McAnnU; Postlude-t a Christmas Contate entitled A cream cake and punch t t..> '''e
flowers decorating the reception pianist Mrs. Gladys Ilelnze. I can 'wash away the grey Abc'it 20 of our members droveto der", Appalachian Carol; "As Improvlsions will be playedby Song Unending by John W. 25 small guests and 11 adu'
room where the dinner Mrs. David Browder American smooth out all wrinkles, suddenly Bradenton on Wednesday It Fell Upon A Night Kath- Mr.. Raymond C. Helsing. I'Merson Sunday, December Toy Cowboys and Indians b..,
served. h. r""H 1.H rbv *"..rv Minister of Music of the o'clock In the Rod bubble .
was Home Chairman) prefaced afternoon to attend the "Open erlne K. Davis; ; "Mary Had A 20th at six loons. gum w r._
The Executive Doard recommended her introduction of her one, X would take a look at House" held at the Trailer Park Baby", arr by Robert Shaw; 'I Church. I,evening. Ordinarily, the evening given to each guest.
at their last Friday West speaker 'by saying that i I Wliuf OltW iXSSb 9/u.lt| UOM i Club House in honor:'! of Mr. i "Hu h My Dear", Robert Gra The choir will be heard In service would be at five Freddy was honored to h.",.
meeting that Mrs. Dora Eb r- "the; hub of any home is the I has f.o say on debunking, as It'!' and' Mrs. Orval Waklns 50th ham; "Organ Selection", b71 the following anthems: "Sing" o'clock but due to special ar. Mrs. J. D. Pierce. his kind.-,
scle' be presented Lady of the- House" Is called. Women", She then!' and tirr for this contate, the
name s a in wedding anniversary Mr. Charles ) ; "My Eternal O Heaven. Tours: "A Ieleula :rangement garten teacher and Mr Picas .
candidate for District Director. other words the subject for I Introduced Mrs. Bruce Davis'' Mrs. Waklns were members King", Jan Marshall: "Ador 'Christ Is Bon", Williams;; "Jle I i iI. time will be changed; to six special guests and of l"'U: ..
Names will also be presented the program will be a talk I who gave a most Interesting of the Acadia Tourist Club ation of th_ Magi". Miklos Roz' II i I. Born", Davis: "Gloria in I o'clock: for this one service the party was not complete:
by ojber clubs, In the District. on Women. .Mrs.. Iirowd said review oX last year's Best Seller at one time but now have a _: "B, Uie Hymnof. the r Re: Elceisia: Deo", Duncan"O I only: Aba; this special num. til Freddy's hero and pal. j tin I,
,Grace Smith, CorrzspondingSecretaiy that we all know that women I '"The Feminine Mistlque". home (trailer) In Two Rivers public", arr. Fred WarlngiSeloists ; ,Come All Ye Faithful". Au I ber will be presented to the Yarbrough came by to w.n
read a letter from are Just fine that' we ac by Betty Friedan. Mrs. Duvls Trailer Park at Bradnton. I will be Jane Dishong.NUncy Cain; "Hallelujah Chorus", i patients in G. Pierce Wood him a Happy BirthdayShop
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the Florida Federation of Wo- cept our responsibilities, discharge has a flair' for giving unusual : Yuma. Don Dewey, HandeLMr. Memerolal Hospital at two --t- -;_ : _
nuta'a Clubs concerning making our duties io our community detaU'In a book review and as a sequel to the book the Charles Dlrr Genie Martin felting will be the or. p.m. on the same day. The
\ thja a "Sate pnd Enjoyable keep our minds activeto mails one want to read the ladies would enjoy Pianists will be Mrs. Muriel ganist and director. The choir lolouO will be: Betty O'Pry. Arcadia
Christmas Season and asked meet the challenges of a book If they havent already. '"Slxpense in her reading; Turper and Mrs.\. Gordon Mc- will also sing at the Christmas 1 Matt Tew. and Frank Scott.
the local club to cooperate with changing world live honorably In concluding the program 'then read an original Chrlst-j Swain; Organists will be Mrs. Eve Candlelight Service 'The Director and accompanistswill
the Safety .Division! of the', with good will toward Mrs. Br9wder commented on (I mas poem that she had wrltI I Gordon McSwaln and Mrs.:I held at 11 p.m. December 24th be Foylee Carr. Janene FIRST
Florida Federation of ornen'. hose; who differ from us, dls- the book review, and said that i.I',ten. Muriel Tur 1er. Director will ,at the church. The Anthem 1 Morton and Frances Bryan.
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'.. SPIRIT 'ANtYTIIE4' r ,THE ARCADIA STATIONERS "' 1 .
HEADQUARTERS FOR ADMIRAL 05

GIFTS TO ,MATCH." Shopping For The Entire Family!
f' "WE: 'UAVR 'SOMETHING FOR 'EVERY NEED" '' .
'* STEREO HI-FI'
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Large Seleetlen ef EiiquleJte Fragrances
-PEH.SONAMZKP: STATIONARY AND TIE a SOCK SETS .OR'' MIN COLOR, and BLACK & WHITE TV
C.*/nit Oyt Stsf per.,Las'Ma a*e *> +
f.UI.tSl" 'J CAlLUS: ORLON, CARDIGAN, SWEATERS., $2.99 -
Wallet'' *Ad Clutch, ""r... HOME RADIOS t ,
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PEIGNOIRSETS, 1 .
: COMPLETE LINE OF TRANSISTOR

Hair Dryer Attuned: Te "T"*""**""ref DECORATIVE: CLASSWAKE AND ? WASHABLE ,COTTON pUSTERS!!,, FROM $1.9SCOMPLETE PORTABLES

the DayLarge FJOUJtINKHJ.EATIIKU, : LINE OF DRY OOOOS
a Au.,"" ."* of ChrUtma, Card .
1.Vi.'f'lu" CHINA NOVELTIES FROM OVER THE WORLD
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0OX STATIONERY. AN (DEAL, GIFT
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See These and Many -;TYPEWRITERS: : V- Year of Service ,.
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ARCADIA. ; 1 s Arcadia TELEPHONEaU1LDINO 4'
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a Shop'N Save Variety
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HUNTING VESTS V LADY ''SUNBEAM HAIRDRYERS IS SANTA'S ARCADIA TOY: SHOP! i

i. i/HUNTING CAPS ; ...' Re 9.'\' $24.93-NOW ONLY $12.95 Final' Shopping VISIT OURBUTANE
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,A'':p HANQY+ XAY-A-WAY PLAN FOR Orr CONSOLE 'STEREOS. w ': RS. '$3.98--NOW,LIGHTERS ONLY 1.50 Day Specials: HOBBY SHOP! '

YOUR CHOICE IN RIFLES Dto? yReA. 4.98 Headquarter. Far
PISTOLS--SHOTGUNS % MANY MANY STEREO RECORDS 'COMPLETE3'dlNE' : : OF CHRISTMAS NOW 2.9rt PAINTS CRAFTS

.l, v t -T...e.**.. Ernie ".N .!*.. .stlrltitalAndf ,* DECORATIONS' ,
QffkUl Ilarble Car BOATS PLANES.
-..- | William.. Meet River A Other' A'TREMENDOUSSAVING.
A SportTINSLEY'S Was ,9c. NOW 88* .
CARS. SUPPLIES.IIank
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Qs.aTtne: FOR TIIK RANCHER 29 West Ook "*d 'Heed N...M.. T... Him .

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\ Try ADAMS for these AWOe.MN reeleeri SAVAGEREMINOTOH oy MAX FACTOR

I BOOTS Tn.......... 0.. H..Nr. o WOODHUr.
famous brands BRUT APHRODISA
name :
AUSises-Children to Adult 1y"FAaoui!
Arrow Shirts Be. MARVIN 1 TimVKIJ ;
HI-UFT JACKS --OLe-.SPICE
Wemberly Tao a' I ,

a I. .QUALITY LEATHER GIFTS HNETKSKIT1ES $.. Jckets -TACKLE.., :

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.3A The ARCADIAN Tuesday. l>* eRllwr l5, 1964& .. .. "! '' .


On Holds I --Only- j 10 Days- -To -Shop-.- .- You Don't Need A Pot Of Money ,


(Ci ntinuid from Page 1-A) and girl friends who want t. 1

Th A. youtl he iul of shop I pick: out the right: Christiiuu
c-atua u ;your
met W.U lesday, t ui4 Uc.kd.'e have hty.wjy> present to make th:ir man hap To (Give Lasting;. Useful Appreciated

at the home of : .ur yuur convenient:.'.'. I Ipy.; Well be happy to show
rifles, pistol,
shotguns ant
qus with Mrs. JOHN DOWD Koch Drug I
Rupert Smith -ilcuc, curlier Oak and l'ulk"r'hcr ,, .a complete stuck of hunting

Smith, aud u.e few WOUlet11'0111 clothes Talk Just to cither stop' in DONALD and see. GIFTS For The Home When You ShopBADCOCK'
zendorf
M* : 16 to 76 who don't think of
The home ., SON, father or sun at Donald
p.rfume when ChrL1Itm.-tlm.:
son's Radio TV II East Oak..
season motif. .* nieaiiuiied. Koch's has th
eand you'll find Admiral new'
Mrs. D. G. cost supply in tuwn and th:
line makes a wanted gift thL
the program nelplui! personnel that can $
mas Story from nuke a h'.sbdiid's Job vusier.Don Christinas. Transis radio>
are as mach in demand as ever
St. Luke.
t forget too that Koch'scamera
end now there are improve
Mrs. Rupert < department is the best
speakers and more will
power
Christmas story in tovtn. So whither it's a cam.:
fry Goes to era for a gift or film for use I no higher price tags. For same At\ These Values And Low
Look Terms!
Mrs Ear.aett on Christmas day, see us first." families Santa might even a new color set as th.
tlon of the : MARVIN TIDWELL, Area. i
ideal gift for trip whole tam
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satire.. die Hardware Company 23 lly. SHOP ARCH A FIRSTTABLE
ture" .
West Uak. "We're gelling a lot ,I AL AND NELL BRIDGES ,
As a : of interest In our line of hunting are the Arcadia Stationers, am

e.m Mrs A. clothes and shotguns this they are In business. In th PLASTIC COVERED

sented an organ I ".011. We invite all! our friends heart of town at 28 West Oak, and LAMP MODERN *ttfe i
Shall Feed Ills SCOOP CHAIRS
to stop in Arcadia hardwarewhere There you'll find personalize,
Handel's generally. ; you can avoid stationary desk sets, diaries I GROUP ROOM /' That will add eer! :

the firt'jp the crowds this busy season and scrapbooks. In fact I .- and charm to your
t ols, accompanied .and get prompt and personal! ;you're a real procrastlnatoryou ft .4f of
/ nis.Iv' We have a fine line I DIVIDER
f may not even have bough J
the club '*
small automatic appliances .
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;your Christmas cards: yet. Herr Record Cabinet
exchange' of
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I the busy wire tour'C. they are In quantity See alai
one made a ; E. ADAMS Adams Men's AI and Nell's complete line o
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which will be ; .. 29 West Oak "Christ s 9s -
candles for Christmas.
f' books for the : time Is the one time ofrear Visit the ARCADIA DRUGSTORE $2995 ; I ID.de.Y.1
t Mrs. Worley
when a man appreciates Just South of DeSott
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t welcomed as a nice gift. Nationally known I I.0"w
; National Bank to find the proper Z 1.A0 Down
I Guests attending ; I II which we feature in b k.aM....r.wr artier
I were Mrs. R. C. ; make the Ideal gift gift of cosmetics for Uu 0.....................1...... .- .
I. Mrs. Naomi I lady of the family. Surveyishow kir.M p..lI.enrf f._!... IMYI.hd :=_ o1fjN.ts retie. i
and There's
boys. a
men
\, Delirious spice reason why; men prefer a man cant go wrong )-so"N In :u-_ 0o rr ,..1. ,...... :: :10111 = ,
'when he relies on a nice cos.
meat tarts and I name brand in wearing ap- metic gift. For man or woman }' { UMCDOAK '1 Down Delivers "+N h r I
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were served to I .. !. They look better and .
one of the new lines of electric CIIOICE WALNUT
pleby. Mrs. D. G. "
last longer. reams will also fill the

Browder.D. G. Barnett Mrs. DURWARD a X-Cel Feed C. Store SMITH.117 Christmas gift bill this yearDeSoto's ta"i a.tta 53000 ''r L
ROCKER
Mrs. C J. Dirr & Magnolia.We know t Ira Teel. ; PLATFORM

hong Mrs. J. ; i j bo many; both young First I ,..... ......p. a .c_..... .................
Mrs. II. C. Jon i old who will be expect. .w.. ewes.t sAw Nat shears ly .tt.dy H.see C. MtiMM ::21.r
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Mrs. A. ..
Pickles. a nice pair of boots for i r.lr + "
ytar-olds. 350 yards "O lion S !ease -
Mrs. F. F. i .. ;... ) .
We have all sixes
rva.MaelY.ht
cy". owned by J, O. Alston: olTampa 39' 'ea.."
rence floe 1\ .sa ,'i all price ranges. We have came in first, followed mitm
Ing. Mrs. C. P. ; had the loyal support of $1995Metal
by "All American owned by
Edith Scott Mrs. I IMrs : many ranchers of the area O.; GUnner of Jacksonville."O Smoke Stands ::

Durward Mrs. i iley I they know they; can Honey", trained by; Mon MM....o..w. '' r .WSJ ails
Watson
Mrs. quality Western" gear hen ('rl.r, was ridden by Jockey s."L.I 1..11...r. t
well. a fair prlct. C. Whumer. Time was 18.2.R.ce avuuoe 't.M..
Mrs. R. C. | ALLY COLLINS. Shop N MAMOt wt IrtT.M I,fl I IS3'.s I-b1.-ai.n7.
number two was won .... .. ....
Naomi Duke I I Variety of Arcadia, cor. by; "Red Bird", belonging to tt I nice va'ieis W!.II ice;_ ..... ._- 1
Monroe and Oak. "Between O. Wheeler who was also the FdY1Yl. '.4J J' -

! two stores on the corner, trainer and was ridden by Joe. ; l'
tt Garden | have the quantity quality. D. Newsome. "Chick : V >X'
key : ,k MODERN SWIVEL ROCKER / / \
variety to take care of **
saw belonging to T. Coatesof 615g J ] ,
:i Has entire; family. When you're' Ft. Pierce and ridden by F. 1.Or) ., Y 4 1 1 ........ ..MrrMbl--- T/V.M I 1 I
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for Santa, from tod. --- :
Monday teens, I Halley took second. Time was _....... ........ ., .
through
age on up
1JJ for 220 yards. These were
our Toy; and Hobby Store' 1993 'oale."LU .e..... ........ : '
Arcadia Garden LARGE MODERN : "-' and CHAIR SET ,. 4'-
Is on the West side of DESK .
took first in '
Balmy" .
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th:* Caraen Intersection. There're toys, the maiden's race 1M3 foals, RECLINER 't t' I. } -'

Thursday ., and crafts to fit every for 220 yards In 13.4. She be.10n.eeI t..., \ 'll Don't pose up .this bargain. 9S 'al .l' ,
Members and Then across the to Mark of Glove Soft Site Wmltf' OawblePed-' $2' 91 ..Mtpand.d4'
.. bering 42. the youngsters of the Wauchula and was Conerly ridden by :" : : etlol I Dt.k. 4 roomy draw $ M
.t dish luncheon : can find a wide selec C. Whlsner. Moncrief .I. .,* with l"ra. 'M.! ....c. 8:99 era.. :| r 1M.d.rn I
f ed buffet. A to pick Mother or Dad's trainer.. was Pla"c'" }'\ ( it/ling. Ha lack : ::=. ...1i s ra1r11 I\

t ten smaller ones We still have wonderful 1 I Fourth race' also by 1M3 IT + J and key.Compare. .s..!' .
fully; decorated ;,i ct ona in all departments!): maiden foals for 230 yards, was .c:;; 'tJ ... al S4.f.
ornaments. :,
mss 11"I I of course it will be best I 1 f'.., "
I won by; "Chichasaw.misty". pasts. 1i..r4; r( "
conducted Mrs. Viola shop before the week Is out' Owned and trained by Joe ...... 1s:,;,'. J ''' .,#" 3 Down Dtlivtrs ... r alrSI. 1 WHir 1 111Yea

various find Just what you're look. '' Leitner of Tampa and riddenby : I :J,a
when t i for"ARCADIA B. Newsome. Tune was 6ss t' t.1,. .t Sale 6)
ports were I
DRUG WAKE-I I .
13.0."DI.blo" rener.we a.w.n w
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and Means MON AWlIOtMC MHtOSI'NO
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man. Mr. E. C. on Magnolia Is a little owned and trained .. PEARL WICK .,' .b; .... .rvl T... .
th beaten track but if you by D. Sweeney of Miami took ELECTRIC BLANKET
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ported : It In the Old King Furn. ,, for 3 JOyards HAMPERS LAMPSUUIT ,
first In the fifth .
the Saturday Building, you may be the In 12 with rate "MoneyTalks' ..-GI..e .... ." -,,;.....:.... : .SfiCarload : t

held during .v., for It. Here. yw find to R. Farmer 9S ::::,:, ..- **
Austin Building. advertised hair dry- I 1'i I and, belonging trained by Wheelerof "" ::;$5 9 .=nrbw..r *** t
urged more : :3i* i POLE LAMP
and butane lighters at real : iC
clothing for W.u hu". ran a close. see :::J'-' Ii *** +Hr
Jag I
prices. The same gor ', .... .. ,J LY.YwrYr..rl. ... .
and children otd. This was a race between -- -4 *< .. M4 <*fl 00M da MhM
wwww
and dolls and
e-.. and odd toys gamea.uf. non.winrwr.. =::::-k4S1.S0ew..k gW.OO ===
you're just now thinking .
ware. There Is a In the slath for 400 yards."Dobin" IZp so..r *>
s
cfcreoranions: these X13" .
mand for 'any owned by Red Gibsonof !w, Down $99
The Petunia are on hand at Arcadia Ft. Pierre came In ahead
& Warehouse.ODLES i' of "Llcasa". owned by Joe
.
celvlng much DYESS at Arcadia' Leitmr. Tim. was II... Sali! TENNESSEE MIRACLE FABRICBLANKETS ,
beginning
plant .,.... TV. Ill West Oak Rare number seven far I. 'I.--ar.-
Named
bloom. those who have HI-FI. 3OO yards. was won by "Bum, RED CEDAR :
tee for placing
SUre sets from a previous ble rVuMln". owned by Roy. Tc *> orfoU
at Arcadia
.. or birthday, nothing ")I",
Garrison, wen ever
Mrs. C. C. ROBE
were Mrs. D. T. ....k_ a fiver gift then a new Prle owned by Lwteer.Judge. 3 for 1 low Prtct)
album.: nwho luok
Garden Club for the event were andCHEST J Lamps
the community .* will find a sizeable' col. 'Tiny Itaeburn.. J. R. Spell and ay.s.kw..e "

corations on of naime. artists whose .... Ale sand**. ,
i .('nnU are! on special at this Raee at the new tracks wlf 6..a.l MItOM ahIdM M6M .,
I. D. Cller Is j I . Jut; In time for Christ be heM each first Sunday Ir ..s.r a- -- b.art s..A.oe bee ....

man.Drawings .... ...... For a gift to be treasured the m/Mit. the Meat being. .....-... r........- ft...e'.1' !. S 12PtANflllAMff
V
fine line o* portable l
our .. Mon.crlef. .
scheduled for January
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potted plants, a >.. sorm for ruder SM.I under the sponaorthir ,."Irl/fl/t"9. .el.U'fallr. Ia
two Chrtttmae I EARL CnOCKETT. Tins.slrys 0- 3 g ,Nsrie.1r1
of the DeSoto County Fairplans ,
tat the
F.teases F Rhode.. ., Feed Store JM West to hoW...... quarter ST- .y'1rM1b I Masrst/ ." 4 .KOIAIr11

de"",. Mrs. Carl Msgnolia. "We'rhequsrt.rs horse and row.pony' r rs> enSaturday ,. i .a at .
forth* hunter In f.lot January 23. and will 10tH a n 1
Mt Hore. .
A. D. &Mrs I .-, .,., and we're also happy announce details later fs.la/ot6

Jot Langford.George I I i cffer advice to_the IYH The' advent ef the rare. tit

Mrs.rs. J. B. S DA.... County. marks a newiTHtesto ,
-- a *.* tat the heart .* this ONLY
Arcadian Has rsttle-cltru area and from"
I tonka ef the first r..... wiry'
be crowd.puller tat "
a great iiw IIIIYtId..w0.6.w.
i I Ii L 'Posted' Signs bruvgtcMi tewrUU sad racing ilea -- P/ .* s AAf1.1 ICON
II fans to the ans. Along W.ththe ; rio.a.

I. big county fair, the July +*
I OWaM 11ft lt...... ...4 other attrsc. : .. OO!;!
a-.. [o.e.te be..uug ease PLATE GLASS
ONE'CHL and snare tfce retard play tY. .sob
3-IN sTTOMad ., sands central. Floe, i MIRROR

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;Oils Everything .. 12. ...:..::::-.'=... TW 110

t Prevents Rvstttuu HcAV1r wEltsltC. ..r.,.... ._t//s
VINYL RUG fr.3r.= ..1"' ''
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Mew Sans--.....-.........-.....a e.rt. .i-lir-sn-ll!!!%%.." $ w........... ..tK" ...... ,.......e -....

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HII Jt LIKE MAD 7 : Arcadia: My

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_.ss 33 w. o.k $*.
me. z_ .f..iity .ae. ......t e* PIL'S {
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Ina WallIs 4A The ARCADIAN Tuesday. December 15,1964 L & E Club t
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Bride Of .. I Has Annual CHIT CHAT ': 1

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Aubrey MicklerThe vJI

marirage of Mrs. Ina Yule LuncheonThe III gl'fAC. 511. 1

Wall to Mr. Aubrey D. Mick.
L It E Club met Wed
Icr was solemnized Saturday Japanese Students Spending: Christmas Here
evening November 21, 6:30: at nesday. Dec 2nd at the homeof
the home of Mrs. Wall's fa Mrs. Calvin Martin for a Effie Lou Keen a student of Mississippi State I

!jthcr+ Mr. Henry B. Dominick H- I Dutch Treat Luncheon with College for Women in Columbus. Miss., will bring a I "T3"and Mrs. Bruce l\Iln.r of Lajculana vt..ucd f-ic-
.I. Rev. O. B. Sweat of the Mrs. Martin Mrs. Donald Mc Japanese student Mayumi Onuma home with her left Tuesday for Seattle Wash Arcadia Wednesday rf :

Linden BaptUt Church officiattd ,. I Kay and Mrs. Sumter Leitner when she arrives Sunday to spend the Christmas holidays ington to make their home. lie w.ek. She is a former ,IL'._
at the double ring and with her parents Mattie and Ellsworth Keen. is now out of he Navy. They dent of Bronwville.
candle lighting service. 7 serving as co-hostesses. Mayumi has been attending State College since Sep have made their home In Jacksonville : I

Baskets of white gladioli : The party rooms were decorated tember, from her home in Shizuokahen Japan. Her while h: was Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Yil. "1'

with white mums and stock: In the traditiona; home is in a small town in a farming area where her ed there. Hir parents \.atlon-I ton...,p nt Wednesday In ",,-,:

were In a beautiful arrange.ment ... Christmas spirit. A beautiful- mother farms and her father works at a transportation Mrs. Edgar (Christ went up I i dot et visiting with ,h...
.against a background of t r, golden angel\: was used: on the company. After graduating from high school Saturday to help them pack. ch.hlren. Dr. and Mrs. Yelv "i,
t green palms accented by alighted en.rance hall table and was and family and
Mayumi went to live with aunt and see them oUt ton. Mr. ,, i(
in
an and attended
cross, white candela- of special interest because: ii& Tokyo Mrs. Clar:.::ce Harrison ,,
.n.1
,b.as entwined with fern and was made by Mrs. Jim Ben. English Conversation School. There she started Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mee sons.
white rosebuds held lighted going to the Baptist Church because it was near where daughter Connie of

",,tapers. nett.The dining room table was she worked as a receptionist in Tokyo. She was raiseda Ft.han Laudtrclale and spent the w.ek- Mrs. Louise Davis went ,

Mrs. Frankie Reid present, 1 covered with a Christmas ta. Buddist but did attend a Lutheran Church: some as end with Mrs. Meehan's parents Ft. My.-rs Friday and > ":'.
Pl' i
ed a program of traditional ble cloth made of white net a child and had learned about Christ there. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. D.,b- the weekend as guest: of :\1.,
,organ music. MR. AND MRS. AUDREY MICKLER edged wiih gold fringe over Mayumi enjoys her so.i They came to visit Mr. I Dorothy Hutthlns.
The bride given In marriageby gree.i. Smaller matching ta. exciting life in the
: as a studentin LKibson who is a patient
dla were Mr.\ and Mrs. F. A. and Archie
Provau Mrs
| her brother Mr. Henry D. Mary bie cloths were used on the
Dominick II. wore a chain- Tucker. Sr., Mr and Mrs. El. I| Lee White. Mrs. Wallace Hoi-i, bridge tables in the living an American college. Arcadia Hospital.!: I Bert lollingsworth, student:
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{pogne linen suit with bone ac bert Provau. Doris Catherine ton.. and Miss Doris I Mickler''I room and den. Each table hau Three scholarships are t N.lson of Auburn University Aubm' ..
i aiding her to defray ex- Mr and Mrs. Edwin Ala., arrived Tuesday .,
cessories.: Her bouquet was a a topiary tree In a gold pot as kA Miami vislt- I n" n.
'white carnation'centered witha a center penses while at MSCW Rr spent Sunday in ing to spend the Chris;. ,,,
Arcadia Winter VisitorsDeSoto piece ana gold napa with their i grandson, John Stein
whit. orchid. Her only jew. holders tr1l mea wuh re- These scholarships are a of Miami Uatverslty.l 1 holidays with his paren'&. :tl| ,
-dry was a pearl pendant gift berries. out-of-state tuition schol u student and Mr. A. P. Hollingswm,:n,
.of the groom. County Chamber of Mrs. Llta O. Steenburg.. Vesta. arships. brother. Rodney and Tom u:.
a dining
Promptly at room and II. E.
one Dobson
Commerce announce) the following o'clock: O. D.
her relatives and friends
Mrs. Carl Peterson sister burg Mich.; Mrs. Mary W.
Invited scholarship and a schol- Wt'ichula
tourist arriving for the guests were to find ; Rushing. were in
'of' the bride was matron of winter months. Timmer Muskegon Mich.; Mr. their. places at the table mar- arship from the Student one night last week attending
honor. The bridesmaid was and Maude ked by attractive Christian r Mr. and Mrs. Fred Str,.'.
L. Winters.Algonae.
ra. Association.
W. see more of our old .; place cards. a Masonic melting.Mr :
Miss Doris Mickler. daughterof friends on the streets of Area Mich.; Miss Julia A.Grebln : At this time Mrs. John tt. Although she had bur 26 South Manatee: A\ ".

: the groom. dia every day as the weatherup Preston Minn.; Mr. and i, Treadwell. Sr. read a Christmas formed high opinions of and Mrs. Carl Liphan: of I. spent the day In Ft. :\Iy" ,
Mr. Harward G. Hawks Mrs. Joseph M. Daw- A delicious weekend visiting with Mr. Strausbur, ,
north gets more uncomfortable Nelson. prayer. lunch. the MSCW and Fayett Georgia spent the I'
cousin of the groom was best and snow begins- to fall: IOn. Minn.; Miss Edith Tr.nk.I' con of turkey dressing and students, Mayumi campus found / visiting with Mr. and Mrs. sister and brother-in-law

man.. Hunter Sever and Hugh Since our last publication of Chautauqua New York; Mr. : giblet gravy u' bery christmas both better F II Houseman.
Pet> rson. nephews of the visitor registrations 56 have and Mrs. Joseph M. Proud.' salad sweet potatoes In than antici- I Mrs. George. Ltltner sp<''11 t

bride were ushers.Immediately registered with the Chamberof Cambridge New York. orange baskets asparagus cas. pated. She told Effie Lou M r.. Nellie Mayberry ofPortland. Friday In Lakeland as guest t
after the cere. erode, hot rolls fresh that "the girls are all so of Mrs. L. D. Mershon.
Commerce but we feel certain Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schwo. : apple Maine and Mrs. Dor.
mony a reception was held. there are those who have bel. Ashville New York; Mrs.'I tarie with runt butter sauce. very very friendly much othy Jefferson and son Neil,
Nieces: of the bride assisted In not as yet registered, to these Margaret I. Thompson Coer-1 and coffee was enjoyed. friendlier than in Japan. of Kedai Falls Maine, are Mrs. T. A. McEachern .md

the service. friends we remind them we adage New York; Mr. and MI'I.I! "Let's Keep Christmas", The campus is very spending; the winter months In; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mine.
laid The bride's table was over are waiting for them to come Robert F. Thompson Amenta. I written by the late Peter Marshall pretty and clean and the Arcadia. This Is Mrs. Jeffer.{ :spent the weekend in Cry,'"il.
with heirloom linen '
cloth and an in and register here are the New York; Mr. and Mrs. Fred. was read by Mrs. Henry dormitories are so nice.. -- son's fourth winter in Florida. River. They were joined these,
candles In silver lighted candestlcks.by whit laest registrants to date. They Urban Norwood. New York; I Lanier. M r.. Calvin Martin From a college education she expects to get a Her daughter spent some time 1 by Mrs. McEachern's br<>''hi.i r.

Mrs. Hunter Sever and Mrs. come from eleven states. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Swlck.Dalles. .I sang two Christmas songs, .degree in home economics education and to learn here during the war while her, Mr. and Mrs." Twigg Sauls ot{
Mr. and Mrs. Dana O. Nel. Oregon Mr. and Mrs. "Chestnuts Roasting on an husband was a Cadet at Carl- | St. Petersburg.Miss .
American
1.1yd Parker served the four English through college life. Mayumi wantsto
son. Vermont. 111.; Mr. and Harry E. Peacock: Richwood.: Open Fire", and "What Child atom: Field. She visited her
tiered wedding cake toppedby i I Mrs. Arthur Shlnolt. Elkhart. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. E. It. Van is This", and old English Carol. be a home economics teacher and someday work 'mother here and was amazedat Mary Pelot of Manatee:

the traditional bride and Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Hoover. Kannel. Bllssflcld. Ohio; Mr.and \ The poem "A Merry. ChristmasI in some' special organization in an undeveloped coun. the changes since she was spent tha weekend with h..r.

groom. >i Washington, Iowa; Mr and Mrs. James M. Edwards: ,I a Glad new Year1" was try. | here. j cousin. Mrs. Glenn Ebersole.
Mrs. Lee Melcalf and Suzon 'I' Mrs. Richard Alkema. Manl. New Castle Pa. : read by Mrs. John York One of four children Mayumi has one brother _

punch Dominick bowl.presided Mrs. Hugh at Peter.the,I taw. Mich.: ; Mrs. Edith E.Curch. 1011'. and Mrs. C. H. Hollo. The program was followed and two sisters. Her brother. 21, is majoring in civil I Mr. and Mrs. *ulius EniE!!. I Mrs.\ H. P. Bevis and Mr

son and Mrs. Leroy Nelson at Beldlng. Mich.: ; ..Vol'. and way Pottsdam. Pa.; Mr. and by the distribution of gifts and engineering at a Japanese university and graduates ; hart left for Cleveland. Ohio Grace Smith spent the weekend -
the coffee service. Mrs. II. L. Kerckhov.: Colon. Mrs. Howard J. Johns Homes. I the grab bag.Attending I next spring. Mayumi's older sister was a dental hygienist I early last week following a In the Bcvis cottage on

Mrs. Leo Smith kept thebride' Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. George dale Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. JoeA. were the following before her marriage; and her young sister is visit here with his sister Mrs. Lake Placid.

book. After the reception i Klemmrr, Port Huron Mich.; Kelso. New Galilee Pa.; members: Mrs D. O. Barnett in the first year of high school (equivalent to a high Frank Mayer. They hated to I -
Mrs. Ethel C. Ransom Pull. leave and are looking forward Mrs. Ethel L. Dobson. P.-t t
Mrs. ;
Zoe Louise Levis and Mrs. C. D.
the couple left on a wed Boring Mrs. Da. school sophomore in the United States). !1 I
man. Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Dan. Miss Esther Levis Clarion Pa. vid : to their next visit which will Grand Matron of the Florida
ding trip.Guests. ; Browder. Mrs. Bryan While
at MSCW she would like: to continue workin
lei A. Roman Detroit. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beall. Buck. Campbell. Mrs. B. L. Davis" be In November of next year. O.E.R.. accompanied Mrs. lone
attending from Area.
--- - ... Mr. and Mrs. Grover Saw. hannon. W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. S. Fletcher.: Mrs. Pat art. debating and literary activities. Her favorite This is th.ir 8th trip to Arcadia Keen. Associate Grand Con.
yer., Jackson Mkh.; Mr. and Frank E. Bonn. Shell Lake. Holloman. Mrs. 11. L. Johnson hobbies are flower arranging and reading. Much of and plan to locate here or in due tress, to the East Cost t
YOU CAM GET Wls.; Mr. and Mrs. ClarenceF. Mrs.\ Henry Lanier. Mrs. J. A.Latimer. her leisure time is spent "seeing. movies for my studyof I this sctlcn of the state when where Mrs. Keen made the

RELIEF FROMHEADACHE Shrinks HemorrhoidsWithout Johnson Twin Lakes Wls.; M r a. Lloyd IlyaU.I English:: conversation. Mayumi enjoys working he retires. I I Official Inpection of the East.

Mr. and Mrs. William Tot tness, Mrs\ C. Sandusky.. Mrs. E. D.Treadwtll with her hands; she won a prize for water-color I e-n Star Chapters In Dan.....
PAIN Surgery Shell Lake Wla.I'.II Sr.. Mrs John H. .,, painting in a high school contest and wants to learn Mrs. Henry IKUlngsworth Boynton Beach and Ft. Lau.

Treaawell. Sr.. Mr..J. H. to paint with oils. She also plays the kato. a Japanese derdale.
3TAN8ACX from gives you FAST rNl.f f Steps Kch-ReHeves Pain Treadwell. 111. Mrs. John York harp. Mayumi attended a summer camp by the Lutheran I'| Marriage Licenses j I

paint.and of silnor headache.of Mutslfla.neuritis. arthritis.rhsumstUm. p...the. Ant Urn*...-k..f...4k and guests Mrs. Gordon Mc. Church at Mt. Umegashima Shizuoka i i :Mrd Mrs. W. Marcu
> int prei
p STANRACIIcontains a s.w .altus; Mk. .a. vita the M.Ilk. Swain and Mrs. Dennon D.CottIn&h.m. Marriage\: licenses were Is. Polk of Clanton Ala.. vUi'
B CSH*< : fecture. Then at Bible school class several
Mrs. '
a
ga1.11sg t. sartak k..a.rrk.dI Ellen Campbell left years sued to the following people cd Mr. Polk's cousin. Mr amt
amt prttcrlbed severs!kifrtdienft medicslly-approved tr fait sad 1.is e..11.Him pat.witht.t. ., wit.e..fly Tuesday morning forfc Myersto ago. met Tomika Mita. a senior scholarship student from the office of County' Mrs: A. C. Polk. Sr. They weretour
relish you CM tike SIANBACK with ears ry. pbr, s.taat ea. r.daa- visit a couple f days with from Japan. Prom Tomika she learned about :MSCW '' Judge' Gordon Hays: Roy Do. I on of Florida and surpriaed'me'Pblk'i
confidence. 3at Of
The I
,. _....N.n-I..its. wars as t.... Campbell and ,
arAN.ACK l aaNaha / each. that..if..... ............1.. son. State to study.Discussing Wisconsin, now tot DeSoto i the first time In forty yen sI
.ta_... .."PUM .ha..-.. (. I the Japanese school system she said County, to Sylvia Leonard I ISams. I that the cousins had seen each
... yaeklea.l. Tk. e.... I. a ace GUARANTEE'The II III 1
/ a Bob Wertz
p.Pa..U.nywYS.N.r.r .....1........... (..1..0.at .....)-..... I that English is not spoken In the schools as few students I 42. cf Arcadia. oher.
.eMs .a.ry a rt.- .....,.. speak English unless' they have attended a special
L.utal..Thi..b.taa....._..aU. Author: Wert of Bristol part mentA, meat in one. potatoes and vegetables in
e1M.1 Aaaallod / e1 I.!I. ..>.........mlmmt/_ Incomparable Virginia school. others and pastries in still another.
**U+t frt pasta i J/*. At all drag accompanied by his Mayumi will be a student guest speaker at the
daughter Mrs. Punh-Hutton Meals I
GilletteSTAINLESS Katharine
Kiwanis Club December 23rd on the International
2'Jd $9d : Stratton of Roanoake. Virginia on The housewife pushes timing buttons. At the
I Relations program; and on December 27 will be a
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are spending days'
a hr i moment each ontoa
_. ._ = proper day out slides the meat
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Student First
for Night at
guest speaker Baptist
visiting with Mr. Werts bro.
I
gives* you more tupertfycsmfortsbTs conveyor belt to the electronic stove. Potatoes,
shave, ,, ther. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wert : Church.
per vegetables and pastries follow the same procedure.
blade.HUM. ether l Made I and family. Mrs. Stratton's son, ': In Miami for Christmas
any nv ""*altlm". dinner is on the table piping hot. Look
Mr and Mrs. John Stratton.stationed > Lillian Wright arrived in Miami Tuesday from
6 for 894 10 for L/5 hands.
$ family
LADIES at McDill A. F B. I Chicago 111., and will spend the Christmas holidays no
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pa. M asr. i.e.r tae ere.W
Tampa came over and spent there with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wright and
.- ---.is ,. &.s.n. I son. son -
.aNp. .. .......i.. f!. .....__ the weekend. 1 Robert.. Lillian had spent the past month In Chicago PAINFUL COR? S? ARTHRITiS-RHEUMATISM
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II -. --- I with another son. Mr. and Mrs. M. J"Wria-ht. children AMAZING LIQUID ,.,, Do> claims snj double talk nuke
Koch's Now Has The Very Peter and Betsy and while there fell on the ice and RELIEVES PAIN AS you you rut get ny fclf
I I broke her hip. She is now able to use a walker. so IT DISSOLVES CORNS AWAY tram-t. and rheumatic pains?

Newest of Exotic Fragrant came back to 31 lam I. and plans to return to her home I' Nw ewes .se ..... ... Get too STANBACK tablets t* V)
I ACCUTRONWONLO'S ."a ._ tq..d ._ ST AN BACK powder .... as J.mt
here soon after Christmas. Send her a Christmas card Ia.., .....dr.cha i 1 ed. If you lo nut get relief,return the
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ear hr
Accessories For Men. ; to 2321 SW 83rd Ave.. 31 lam I. I _(o.ot r.rd'esease_. .." dra."sews e .unirtn.. ) p.rt sail your pwrcrui,e price
ill be
ONLY KUICTRONIC TIMKPIICC' of flradenton undej. StutMck Company.:
I A card from Dea Carney saying ...1t.t.un.N.C.
that her mother Vera Welles Neal of Arcadia and ----- --


IMPORTEDFROM I GREAT GIFT at Bradenton Memorial had Hospital undergone in Dradenton.major surgery She la last getting week A Story & Clark Piano

ST. JOHNS IN THE FOR EVERY long fine according to Dee. but am sure she would

IMPORTANTOCCASION appreciate hearing from her Arcadia friends. .. .
VIRGIN ISLANDS i Lillian and Vera both are members of my bridge *

I' = hi club and we miss them..11'1'1.IANCE'd. isthONE
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For The Dramatically ( uarante..d TINY. TINIER ;
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'Jf
Different Scent 99.9977. Arcurnt I I was reading in a magAZine last week about the : ; .

On Your Wrist! size and shapes of new appliances. It seems that little '

'I I things arevery big"' there. days. j PERFECT
GIVE HIM Keene Claw. by the
1: *
IVople arc turning to "tiny televisions', compact
I .._t...., vlhratlewe.. .. .t ? /
,a......... tech _""....- r I I refrigerators smaller .washing machines, and cordless .
WEST INDIAN LIME COLOGNE i eIet.rewe. .. ..11) It ? t appliance.

To Enhance His Day t decant tick It hee.w f fSees I Television sets with four and five-inch screens =:
I GIFT !
: away with. the may become as common as translator radio within _

O WEST INDIAN LIME AFTER SHAVE : "asrserlee. sad.. b&aaee I I the next year, according to a government" survey" of f
I wheel. the Nr1s wha.hIUwlt household equipment." t- .
the ........, ..fall .
I started the trend. American" *)
For Soothing Comfort I .. Japan>M.impJl'u
e.av.eue.alI
I j watehee, : manufacturers jumped 1 in with II and lO-inch lightweight //J 11 11J -I-:
I
0 WEST INDIAN LIME SOAP ; sets now selling in the Sis price range., II i .
t .
Jest tl a.evlwe ...-.. And according to Kthel I). hoover of the U. S. t I I ,' -
I. .ed. .. trwa/. ,
I
I r.e
Pampering
I free yes u.e..eel Department of Labor porting to the annual agricultural I.

The Ultimate in Masculine I .rent ...... ...." I outlook conference on household equipment t
i; aweiateee-. ..MIegrain 'or 1965 foresees mass production economies. in color ;

ST. JOHN'S BAY RUM : ra* leading to "further price cuts'. Maybe ,I .will

"I! i I ........ aevee eeedewi.dle. I !tMty one then.
"St. John's on Bay Rum is Like j & .*.. .rfjrw ............. ,-,...Year Step M clMW... gN ....... wkhoee ...... tkt cL..eeeMk

Sterling on Silverware.* J .. _Pia&. Pewee e ell .-..... t Within a roupie of years, according' to present 4 I, .-..-.le.e...ot pgw. sow l.wr-_taftW'' ._
'I lee see '.11 year.ACCUTRON. cow wa WN_ a
J will have tube laMncn.
indications all color' sets _
square
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ST. JOHN'S BAY TALC i 1 a. -...........,. ._......--.. 23 inch, and 19 inch sixes instead of the CM yea, taa..Ty a .....y ltd A CLetta.
...-... q h.e h.ea -hwParth.s.d -.. :urrrnt ::lnch tuber I sad ,.. ..... lbw.w a Lf..d..1
A Delight to Wear. ',: r by the V.a. .5.5_.... The of the future will small.rryuUr. f-s-least., .. ....
...1 t AN ..... See elver Mere. ..._ refrigerator com .. yea, .,...' yul
_et N tee X,11 .........eaa4 and with a "breakfront," or that is the wayMUs TTr pis Ie .....-...,. .
ST. JOHN'S HAIR : .. ... ., llovrer looks it lly ah. .. eay p? oI.y. Asa tlr
GROOM -- I at DOW. small means Sseey i a.rtL M the ....F ...... ..
miniature, about three cubic feet In ..... Just big 11 ...... r """..... a
I For Perfect Control t I I executive office ....... awl......e.ac&Mga
by BULOVA mough for the vacation cottage, inute. .-... 10 YEA.R.st
I t hotel or motel room. The retrular sis. refriv. f frrator

I O.. .......... of tomorrow will be more tike old models, with
I SEE THESE C.-.e I* aACCUTttOM-4 See
EXCITINGLY
3 the frvecer space just big enough for ice tray tart

: I I ef TINIPIatga i half gallon ef ice cream.'

NEW GIFTS AT I : { CCMIPUTKR' : STOVKWail SHOP ARCADIA fiRST


t tiI we're IB the kitchen, whkh obviously woatw
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; Koch's Drug Store i i / 'cJ"IJ't lofur. JUiaa Homer describes a new "*ornp t T" Arc tlia MusIe-FunMhire
: 1 ; ( r J rtorew RMMT !In t" testing and exiwrtment staar It Sure

:aft cook meals for ar entire week autoenatacaUly.fb 33 W.
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manta uait is a Large freezer vith vartow com- > POLK'S WA 87281Mrs.



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The ARCADIAN: Tuesday!' December 15. 19G1u. I I I Soclcy To } c Harder Sccuts On ExcavationsA i

t From Brownvnle I I
ews -- : \ meeliag: < i f he Peace River January to be hell in Ft I her meeting are yet to be
: }Irate 't'_ >II i s.>uttv warn.1 Meide Speaker for the o ('n.. I scheduled.

.. scheduled. for l.isi night at the .ion will b_' Dr Samuel Proctor i The Society: founded In 1964
MRS. W. W. PRITCHETT Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs 4 County Cout' thnwc at 8:00: of the
Dense Shore ed on BargarSaturday "! .. history departmentof boasts 59 members and Is now
BirthMr orme ly of this: community evening Mrs. Albert ', '... ... ... with HHgfciU II.:pe. scout lea I the University of Florida: In the process of being: Incorporatmi. -
and Mrs. Robert Kalmea I now on the keys" vislteo England called on Mrs. BarTer : .III '.- der shift ambri. 's of the W u.clu. February. Zotfu Springs, and Col. Read Harding is
are the proud paaen'of baby mong friends here Sunday. Monday\ morning.Mr. .-' .'* Baptorci)C l\Mt 419. *J I March In Bowling Gre.'n Ot- the secretary of the group.J .
Mr and Mrs. Cecil and Mrs. GL nn Smith guest speakers .
son born Dec. 9. 1164 at Arcadia Bcrgin -- -- -------- -
General HispUal. }I" was- and daughter Cecily Ann o! visited AI... He ieiy Johnson Hope .... l Ike>: young scouts .._ .- III
named Robert Roland II. Mother Miami Beach spent t h t in Owens Suaduiflernoon.. i.L. 4S11I0OIide 1,1' It* unearthing ,
and son both are doing thanksgiving:: Holiday weekjnd Mrs. II. F. Flpp- spent Sat uT, a j1..t ,f" has,. .....- .I I Saralu II
tine at this writing. with the Glenn Smith urday with the W. W. Prit- I .wf'c! '>"i.,... > in the Htck- ; oJ
Mrs. Rosalie Dozier visited family alsoUIed! Mr. aid! chats family. 'y Create vu ;tv near WIM
Mrs. H. F. Fipps Monday. Mrs. Leighton of Arcadia they Rev. and Mrs. David B rryhlll ..ula, a Hart ,>r which they .JJIC"p
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pritchett also attended the Garner's and son Jody were Sunday U."\e preafnt .l to the Sniith- : 1
visited Mr. and Mrs. L. F. picnic in Owens. Mrs. Berlin dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ..man InaVtul They" also pre- :10 neel
Pritchett in Arcadia Thursday will be remembered as Babe Aurthor St. John and family ..rated the Irw'itu:' with other I
night. Richardson and she lived in Ray and Mrs. Maters of Ft. a > i uc talk and were cltttl forth a "rae: U'fltto Her ilea f
;
Arcadia and attended DeSoto Ogden called on Mr and ," gifts.The& i
Training Union County High School. Norval Barler1.: .. :day 1\Irs.j + a*.Mts, !I.m>' to complete LII.S, throuy// the Door 0LESSE'S" /
A group of 16 attended the Mr. and Mrs. Norval Bargcr Mr and Mrs. Q.tman Owens 1atb t rxc.ivatlMM 01 the mammoth
I Training Union Association had as their Thanksgivingdinner of Dade City spent Saturday I nt by the tint ol the y..ar. 1 !
, meeting Monday night at the guests Mrs.\ Margaret :night with her sister Mrs. H.K. Other IIIM' .IIW. scheduled! for

First Baptist Church in Arca. Croy of Michigan. Mr. and Fipps. They returned .. the SocUty me d* fololw: YOU WILL FIND
Mrs. Arthur Sunday morning L. ------
dia.Mrs. St. John LeRoy THESE FINEFASHIONS
Myrtle Ritch called: on Nana and Serana. Mr. and Mr*. Sterling: : ;
Mrs. H. F. Flpps Friday.Mr. ,of KUitmmee ca.led on th Cigarcifc: Tax .
5th
and Mrs. Sonny Ritch Sunday Dinner Norval Da"eersVdnHda7.; [
and family" visited the Harold There was a fifth Sunday also Rev. Parton of Arcadia.Mrs. :: Mercy Paid To Q Lazy Day Bathrobes a
.I Midget family and the David I dinner at the BrownvUle Bap. James Tlsdale and children Vickie Vaughn Dresses
I Durrance family all of the I tilt church Sunday,; enjoyedby and Mrs Ilallie Montgomery City of ArcadiaN O I
Tee and Green Estates Sun. all who attended. The of Arcadia visited 1Ir.and $$ Terry Sue Casual Sportswear 1--

day. Christmas program was discussed Mrs. L. B. Matthews ana .'t Cigarette tax collection O Kltby of Miami. Sweaters
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clevelandand in the afternoon. son at Bradcnton: Sunday. : ,>r the month of October ain .
I Mr. and Mrs. John NeSmlth. O Gotham Goldstripo Hosiery .
children Frank. Caineliaand a e n e. Myrtle.! Terl Hitch >unUt In $1.578.38911: over'
Danny spent the Thanks Miss Lena Davis and Mr. Mike and Pat Connie. Shairon i the tlt: _>. Of tills amount: $3,. ,Il3".6.n.a CO Hollyyonuo (Blouses
giving weekend with Bill's mo. NeSml'.h: of Thomasvtlle. Ga. Whidden went to Punta Gar I : win rtulrttHl: tnl, Finale Gloves
th:r M.... Rosalie Dozier and ''kp.nt from Wednesday to Sat. da Friday to visit Mrs. Piggy b' qualified rminirlpalttlv" the f"t /

Mr. Dozier. ;, urday with friends and nla.I Long who Is a patient In the''' i ; ., : r.. xt going Into the general' ;I FOR THE GIFT THAT SAYS
Mr.\ aua Mrs. Bustle: Morton \ I lives Mrs. NeSmith is t h edaurher hospital there. \onue fUmlTh .
of Tampa spent the of Mr and Mrs. Herve- Mr. Dickey Ash and Mr. i i City or Arcadia ..*"..IY.Id i "1 LOVE YOU," SHOP _
!
Yl'LETIDE of Arcadia employeesand .
Thanksgiving Holidays herewith ry Davis ant! a sister of Mr. Karson Mercer attended! the I IIIUTCity ..S0.3M4. which U about
the (,len Smith family Jack Davis and a sister of rasa. in Ft. Myers Sunday. Florida Power & Light p"r>>r niKl toantnl up to tn, avere. received as theca
Mr\ Bostlc:: Morion is a brother Mrs. Lucille LasU &..r. also! Mr. and Mrs. W W. Prit- get the city'n "hriMtma. decorationnil In place by "y'a share ...Il'" month. The r+ e'JJiP J
of Mrs. Mr. and M-s. (LIttle! ) Henery last weekend. The job simpler thin It used' tu "
Hose Garner and chett visited Mr. and Mrs. Nor- wan city uses th fund o retire "
Mrs. Mammie\ bmilh They Davis and baby of Jackson. val Uargsr Saturday night. Le thanks to uutoraatlon. ":\'f'n so' third were Intermittent i bonded Ian.t.MisJne of the "THE DEU SHOP TOO!

enjoyed a picnic with the ville were here Friday He Is Attend M NightA nhnverit' to last out commit city. I .. -- .-
Garners at Owens. the grandson of Mr. and Mrs.\ .---. --- -- .- --- -
'| II. Davis of this community.Mrs. group from theommu'1
Mr. Dickey Ash and Mr.
Ity attended M night< Monday \.; Jf {
Eleanor Davis ;. e
I a daugh .h.
Karson Mcicer moored to .
Tampa TJursuillY.hde there ter-in.law of Mr. and Mrs. night Arcadia.Mr. at First. Baptist Churchin = ,. "''' v: 't- ,. -il-Y :- 'V''ij'
Henry Davis. Avon Park andher
they atlencied the araz: races. and Mrs. Paul Murphyand I
: daughter Hazel and family
Undergoes Surgery son were Sunday dinner 1
M.S. fethct! Davis u.'a"we>1t.url.a'y : Mrs.were Mattie also here Williams Friday and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alliso.i "I ,; 'V. )C v uut
; at the Fun.4 Cordallujpiutl Murphy and wife. t 'ifr
1 Monuay. Hope to daughter) Dorothy' curt1s.1 Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Hitch 'j t, J1 i'.IY .f1 .If. ..:. '
husband and two : 1If -\
be ai home the last of this ited Mr. and Mrs. and Terl went to Punta Gorda (v.. }. /I )t /1J7J (y
week. \ve wish a spicily re. Sunday afternoon to see Mrs. 1t! IJ "
gtr Saturday morning. Mr.land 1 1I l'.r.
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covery from all of the com. Mrs. Glenn Smith called' Peggy Long who is sick and in I .
mum.".. !1 I in the afterroon. Ii the hospital. Peggy was better -
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pritchett i ivisiuu I|I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Prttchett. but still very sick. While
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Norval' there visited Mrs. Fanni
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and Ray Spires they T .!
larger Wednesday night. ;1 I enjoyed th.s: weekend LIt. Whidden who is staying at the ItTASUSMfD/ 104Badcockb
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The Ritch family visited tie Gaspsrilla Island Loag a home while she is ill. t nr78 r A 14" HIDSTROM SIDEWALK LIKE "
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Peggy Hugh ana Westly Langin Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis: I Returns Home i\ "" 'k tall c:. Y.$2. WUIe Ha, Cee,ter "

Cleveland: Sunday. and family Mr. and Mr. Glad to report that Mrs. Jack Y take ...
Proud Parents Itea'!I, Lastiiger. Mr. and Mrs. Davis is at home She returned I LAYAWAY Blues Now or fill mas ....
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\. home the middle of last we-k A = .e= .t, -
Frienus of Mr and Mrs.GcraM Henery Davis. Mr. and Mrs. : rI = -.A =nr.a.w ...
Moose of Bunker will John NeSmith and (childrenof and Is recovering wall; after i o 4 Dor' Frame o Chrome Crown Fork

be glad to know tney are the Thomasvtll*. Ga, enjoyed I, having been In Punta Gorda t a Dendlst Cooler Drake a Chrome Rims ,.,.. .t'J!
proud parents of a baby boy a picnl cdinner Thanksgiving; Hcspi.al for a few days.Mr. I "': Chrome Headlight o Two-Tore Seat .' .
which was born Saturday ajn. day. f and Mrs Paul Murphy v# ,
Mr. Moore will be remember Mrs. II. >tpps. Mr. and: Mrs. and son visited Mr and Mrs. : 26" Delude Bike $.49'S "-4. ,1..:.
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ed by ail of this communityand Curtis Newberry and childrenof Sam Murphy Sunday after l 0. la "" C.*..m..-..*,
aU their friends wish to Arcadia Mr. and Mrs. Ro. I noon. ) 26" Delu. Ca.. ..,..oi.h -$21Ia .'
congratulate them. bert Kalmrs enjoyed a Thanksgiving | Mrs. Kosalle Dozier calledon .. alors'oaoiatt._ __ $59SS ..*.-J CK:,-m .Dew,
Mr. and Mrs. Jody Bullock dinner at the home of.Mr Mr and Mrs Norval. LUr- MAMCO "".. ''..
of Arcauia visited the Norval and Mrs. J. E. Hurst. Ot. ger Thursday.Mrs. 5t., j DILUXI 20"TRAUISR DIX8 rSs HIOSTROM 4
Barkers Thursday afternoon. her callers in the Hurst home: H. F. Flpps and Mr / ... .tf.SIAMCHSOM 95 TRICYCLES
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Newcomers Welcomed :I Iwrre! Mr. W. W. Pritchett and I, and Mrs. Qulthan Owens of.f .. 1i.he..............--..... .......39.... a Z IjtFi y
Mr. and Mrs Allison Mur. I, Wilson. I Dade City were sJpplr guestsof I 4 ;. ....-.... II
ThOM who called on the Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Prltrhett -
of Ranch
phy Magnolia near
Norval << and Wilson. ,
Barger's Sunday were -
Orlando are now making their
I Mrs. Gladys Hlenxe of Ft. Og. Mrs. Eunice MUslI of Ft. '
home In Mrs. Rosalce Dozierslittle I
Winder visited in he Jack j
den. Mr Spencer Smith. Mrs
house. They moved to
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af. Emily Wistfall and sun Vlnt. Davis home Monday.Mr. /
our community Saturday
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Mrs. Glenn Smith and I .
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Mrs. Juanlta Ford. I| Ft. Meade visited hia sister ,
to welcome them<<: to the com: i tO"SUe
Mr. and sin Sam Murphy'
munity. Stork Shower I Sunday afterrjon. 1 ..,'- 3" Ua16"S4m f

Rev. and Mrs. Waters of Ft.I Mrs. H. F. Flpps and Mrs. Mr and Mr. W. W. Prlt. ''Ii \.... 13
Ogden visited Mr. sad Mrs Alice: Williams was holess |chef I. Mr. and Mrs. Quit man <
Norval Barter Monday after tor a stork shower Friday I Owens of DU. City and Mrs i
noon. night at the home of Mrs. II. ; H. r. Klpps visited the J. J:. ;
Mr. and Mrs Jack Thomasof T Flppe In honor of Mrs. Hurst family Saturday night. ALL.c 10"Sls. .. ... .
Bradenton spent Wednesday Katharine Kalmes. O a m e a
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night with Mrs. Thomas's were played. Those receiving Mattie Wilia m called on the fOAerla /
grandmother Mrs. Rosalie Do. pclxes were Essie Hurst. Mrs. I Oargvrs Saturday afternoon. ; TUBULAR wi.o., i
sier. Betty St. John and Aliens Hall.!J Mrs. Alico WUllan visited : $ STEEL
Piy. Hugh and WesiyLcng Many nice and useful gift Mrs. H F. Flpps Sunday. ] HEADBARf
of Cleveland Pat Con. received and refreshments ,
; were ) Mrs Sam Murphy spent a AND ,1!
rite and Shannon Whiduen of of coke and frlut' juice t couple days st the home o< r
Nocatte were dinner and sup. mints and nuts were strvtd. Mrs Jack Davis this week. ,, f LEGS ,
per guests of Mr. and Mrs. The Rev. and Mrs. .rU" I' Curtis Newberry spent: Saturday > ) '
Sontay Hitch and family nd Mr. and Mrs. Hsywood and Su.iday at the home I
Thanksgiving Day Wilson both of Arcadia call.CUAXAM1EEO of his grandparents Mr. and
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Repeat Work Slows ProgressThe 6A Tie! ARCADIAN Tuesday' December 15, 1I 61' G. Pierce Wood

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DeSoto County School perintendent Hugh: Flanders
Board la holding a check flat were Instructed by the boardto I Memorial News
of items that must bo re-done look i before they accept the new ugrccd that the new building ,
classrooms now being: complet. must be completed by the |I MRS KATHRYN EDWAKO: 1
ed at DeSoto High School. ', start of the next semester. in Returns To College
The classroom were begun January
Mr. Freddie Harden ape'n
July 14, with 15.day comple_ the holiday weekend", with hiparenta ,
tion date set by Demetree Con. !.
y Mr. and Mrs
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tractors the dale of which was, Bowling League 1 Harden returning to Abrahu: 'Fd y ,
up Monday December 14. with I Baldwin Agricultural Colic Yt y., t F ''
quite a bit of work yet to do. 9 9Nw I 1In Tif ton, Monday. Mr. Bobby
One of the hold ups is the ,i For BeginnersA | Wey and Mr. Dickie: Wey VII.,
glasses for the classroom win. ,|I I I ted their parents Mr. and
dow which have not yet come new bowling league is beIng l Mr. E. C. Wey also returning .
In. I| planned at the local lane to ABAC in Tlfton. Ca.
In almot every phase of the *, especially for the inexperlenc- Mrs. Roberta Rick made a
construction work has had to I 1 ed bowlers, and will be com i I business trip to Sarasota Friday .
be re-done on the orders of posed of mixed foursomes with evening.
Bill Frizell. architect of the the social and fun angle stres i P I Mrs. Anna Hurlock spent

firm of McBryde-Frlzzoll.. Ft. sed.Those Thanksgiving day visiting her
Myers, because they did not not attending the organizational mother-in-law in Tampa Flor.
meet the required specif lea. meeting can get Ida.
lions. in touch with the lanes to find I -$ Attends FSU
County Attorney David Holl- out when the new league will
oman and Public School Su start.I Miss' "Me.JVnn" Whidden vis.
ited friend at Carlstrom .dl.
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vision while at home during
COMING EVENTS COMPILED BY THE WINS EAGLES. Colonel above the
Holland center hcllday weekend. MI s s x srz' .
DESOTO COUNTY CHAMBER Of COMMERCE la prevented the eagles of a full colonel by Col. C. J. Whldden Is attending Florida

Conell, Base Commander, while a proud Mrs. Holland i State University In Tallaha
THURSDAY DECEMBER 17 assists. see.
Public Library Hours, 1:3O: to 5:3O: P.M., Library Building Miss' Patsy Hughe: visited \
Klwsnls Club 8:30: P.M., DeSoto Restaurant her mother. Mrs. Marion Golf
Odd Fellows Lodge, 7:00: P.M., Fraternal' Temple over the holidays. Miss HuthesIs
Nocafee
Tourist Club, 7:*>O P.M.. Woman Club Hews News a student of Florida State
Eastern Star S:OO P.M., Mas.nlo Temple University, also.
Alcoholic. Anonymous, .::00 P.M., County Court House Mr. and Mr*. Bobby Heara STREET .AVING-Several miles of Arcadia streets are in the process of
D.Soto Co. Bd. of Realtors, 8X: P.M. City HallMsns By DIANE MONTGOMERYLt. Ings In Sicily, Italy, and An. I pent the day vis
Saturday of Winter Haven.
getting face-lifting by MacAsphalt Company putting down
Bowling (Merchants League), .::11 P.M.. Bowl-Lsnd Alleys Col. Norman L. Holland zlo.t-NeUuno Beachhead. He King her mother In a
Tampa This shot shows the machines the stretch llcrnando
FRIDAY DECEMBER IS Executive Officer Killeen was promoted to Captain 30 Florid the re-surfacing. on on ,

Public Library Hour., 1:30: to 5.3O: P.M.. Library Building Base, Texas was promoted to September 1044. to Major 10 Mrs. Paula Matthew and between Maple and Cypress, being topped._ _____
Arcadia Orange :3 P.M Odd Fallows Hall Colonel on 27 November 1964 November 195O to Lt. Colonel I ------- -- -- ----- --- -
sou, Steve ,
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::T'J'o' spent weekend
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OEG7EMBER 1* Colonel Holland was assignedto 4 April 1957.. and was Integrated visiting her Mr. a student at Manatee Junior -
mother Ow.n
Publlo Library Hour. 1:3O t. 6:3O: P.M.. Library Building Killeen Base In January Into Regular Army 23: Sherrcuse aid Mr.\. Sherrouse. College in Bradenton.Mr. .
Tourist Club. 7:00 P.M. Woman Club House 1962 as Director of Operations March 1958.: Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Evans and Mrs Edward Doug II

SUNDAV.D.C.MBIR10 and Training and became Base From 1010 to 1931 h* served and daughter Carolyn visited las of Nocatee visited relativesin BOWLING
Services At All Churches: Attend The Church of Your Chelae
Executive Officer in December
... Central' "1.. Goat A..'.., 1200 Noon as Commajula.it. RYCOM friend. and relative In St. Wauchula Saturday In
Home of Mrs. C. W. Channel 1902. Jrdnance- School; : on Okinawa ft.ersburg last weekend. Mrs. Delores Ilcarn visited I
MONDAY DECEMBER 21 Colonel Holland military and prior to coming to Killeen Mr. D. M. Red has return her mother in Tampa last NEWS

Tourist Club 7:00: P.M., Wemano Club'H...* career began January 1941 das, served 3V4,. years as Ordnance ed from Atlanta after a weeks week. ..
Civil Air Patrol 7:00: P.M.. Youth Center when he enlisted in the Armyin Advanced Weapons Of.: Visit( with hi* sea. Dickie Reed' Mrs. Georgia Chrysler of _
All-Florida Saddle Club. 7:30: P.M. Saddle Club House the grade of Private. By icer of:. Headquarer Seventh and his wife. Laurel Delaware visited her
Bowling (Ladles League. ). 740: P.M. Bowl-Land Alley December 1941 he had risen Army In Germany, I II Mi*. Avie McCall has recently i I I I slater, .M.... C. W. Hurlock
J.y.... 7:30: P.M., First Federal Conference Room to the rank of First Sergeant.On Colonel Holland presently had two of her son for a this week. I INDUSTRIAL LEAGUER. Johnson pounded out a 214.
American Legion S-OO: P..M, Leejlon Hall 21 February' 1942 he en. I re.I",.:* at filiI! Husk Circle visit. Ronnie has gone back' Mrs. Viola Rebar and Mrs. C. Taylor and Marsden 364 series. McAnly Cont. and
TUESDAY DECEMBER itSo bred Officer Candidate School Montagu Village. Kille.-n Base, to San Juan Puerto Rico by Wilma Jean Revels are en I Wallis were nip and tuck all the Channel Insurance split 2-2.
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*. Security Representative, OO-12: H.. County Court House '
commissioned a Second route to Tuscaloova. Ala. on Taylcr turned in 215. Don Davis 203-380.: Bill Me.\,
Arcadia Rotary Club 12:15: P.M. D..... Restaurant aDd was with h.s wife the former Ger- plan Charles baa returnedto way.
f Public Library Hour*. ,1:30 t. :3O P.M. Library Building Lieutenant in the Quartermaster main .rane.. Tucek 01 Chicago duty ti California. i I a busiii.s trip, this week. 602 while Wallis had 212.205. Anly 233.577. Slim McAnly
23 May 1042. I I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hill we -c "93. Johnson Grove Servo won :34O. Lester! Hatcher topped
Lions Club. 7:00 P.M. "al..h._. Restaurant Corp on Illinois: and their two chll- Back To Miss. State I
I 'Junior Woman Club 8.OO: P.M. Woman Club' Hews He transferred to the Ordnance .Jten, .Jarrell and Dibra. Ill Richard Mlgllore\ visited hisparent shopping in Sarasota last Moll, t-1 over Palmer Spreader Serv. Channel with 190-338 and Ab.
, ReboKah Lodge "OO: P.M. Prstemst Tempi 1 Masons.\ 8.00: P.M. Masonle. Temple. I was promoted to First Lieutenant Holland, Sr.. reside In Nocaie Mlgllore. for 1'.1 I i Mr*. Margaret Roberta was middle game. Peace River with Meyer Radiator Service "
: ", .n'. Bowling (Indue. Losguo), e:11 P.M. ..wl-U"III A Hey* on 9 October 1942. *. Florida Thanksgiving, !1 surprised when her son, Oer.I .I Moving won all .4 from Tropical 22. George Palmer 214-381.
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER. 23 I| turning to school at Mississip. Bob Erlckjtun 518. Middleton
Colo-Mi Holland partlclpat. 'I aid W. Meadors visited t her. i Termite Jim Brannan
3 i Livestock Auction Ssl.. 1-OO: P.M. Llvetalc Market Mrs. Fount Kelly J I Is recuper. pi State. !1 Candy won 3.1 DeSoto
, ed In North Africa: landings lie Is l-l the Air Force station 503. Dick Donaldson 521. Ro. over .
Public Hours 1:30 t. MO: P..., sting at the home of her niece Friends of Mr. Walter Smith
Library Library Building. la November 1942. and land'MISTLETOE ed in Dermuda.I tary and CTC split 2.2 Frank National l Lank. Jimmy Albrlt-
Airs. In Lake.Land will be
TalmadgeWynn, to h ar that he
'I sorry ,I Mr. Laura Morgan! has returned Kcene 331, Bob Erlckson 4$(). ton had a 319 series. Tinsley
: fu!towing eye surgery Is still a patient at Sarasota ,
-=- ";;; "' Feed won 3.1 over West Side
...I .ft- -- to her usual duties after Team Standings W LPeace
. h hll ; : I Mr. Kelly I. in Lakeland. with Memorial Hospital, and is not aa absence due to the River Mov. 29 ISTropical Shell. Charlie Raub 213.313.
his wife. I| allowed visitor at this time. i:i Edwin Langford 445. DeSoto
illness of her mother. Termites' 23 19
< Mr. and Mr*. John Garrett Injured In Wreck i I IMr | Mrs. Laura A. McLendon Johnson Grove Serv. 23 21 I Bank In a make up match won
BETTER THAN I' had their children home last I *. Dorothy Erickson was returned to work Friday afI Palmer Spreader 21 23 ,4.0 over Tinsley Feed. Weldon
Sunday for a reunion.Mr. in an auto accident Saturday I ter an absence due to Illness. 'CTC 19 23 i I Williams 223-388. Weaver
and Mrs. Melvin Carlton but Is reportedly not seriously. ,I Miss' Helen Ruth Edwards; Rotary 13: 29 HIpps 202.348. Hugh Flanders
.. I Beverly Gregg Mike and Injured though she Is to be at I and Mr*. C. W. Edwards were MERCHANTS LEAGUE I S2.J. Charles Whlsner 487. Mid.
r.- Wayne of er giving weekend visitor' of his Paul w.j ,In the car with herbut Florida, last week. Ea.I score in the Merchants loop I make up match with McAnly
parents, Mr., and Mr. Albert i was apparently nqt ser route they visited with Mr. i Thursday night Starting with Construction. Roy Gregory
PJERKUMEKoch's Carl:Ion. )I I IFortythree iously injured either. I I Gary Edwards at the University 228 and adding 192. 210 Bob tossed a big 243 for his final

members of the I' Gary Edward returned to'University of Florida in came up with a big 03O gam.. Jerrold Gaskins had 538

First Baptist Church were st-1 I of Florida. Gainesville 'i Mr. and Mrs. .. G.inesVllle'l eerie to leads hi.. Coca.Cola also.
: td tending the "M" night servicesat Sunday afternoon after mage were dinner teammate to a 4.0 lead over Team Standings Won Lost
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the First Baptist Church !In1 I visiting his parents Mr. and Mr and Mr*. Allrne TV. AU of the Coke Middleton 28.14
Arcadia on Monday night of Mr. C .W. Edwards, and sis I at their country residence.!I boy were' In the plus-SOO aerie '. Coca-Cola 234t 14tt'"
last w.ck. The Youth Choir j ter. Helen Ruth Edward. Barbecue steak was eajoyed I I Il *. Ebby Dyal had a 208 game DeSoto Nat. 23 17
? Gil'i : brought I the special Baby Girl at White'sCongratulation by all and Jerry Scott 200. Ken McAnly C nt. 22V* 17,HTV .
: l -------- -- Alienee 21 19
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fur the services. numtM..1 to Mr. and --- -- -- I'
'." ., -My Faith Look Up Mrs. J. C. White. They have a ... Channel Ins. 21 19
I ,-< t "\ by Maws and "O worship The: lovely little daughter who arrived .n Seat.est 24 20
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I ;J,.....:- I Friday' Meyer Radiator 18 22
I King. morning at Arcadi -
I .... West Side Shell 14 20
:;.f' II III Toe W.M.U. of the First General.
I .'.'.,.". ,..'.: I Baptist Church met on Mondayfor I Mrs. J. D. Mary Jo) Billspent Tlnsley's. Feed 9 31
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t'o an all day meeting in con- Thursday and Friday In LADIES LEAGUE
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I Orooksville visiting her
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.... .t ne"UQfwith the annual Lot. the Ladle Monday night
1 1i tie Moon Season of Prayer. ther.Mis Bowling League, Boring Auto
Jv"J.7: 3/ :J"J/ { Members taking part on the Jo Anna Fralliccardl: triumphed over Western Auto.
i (\' yore program were: ..,,.. Grover and Mr. Jlmmle Fralliccardl For Boring Jna Lakllg bowl.
hi' Holland. Mu.. Lyle Wood. were visiting their parent .... ed high game of 1C3: and series .
:Lt. C.t/.tI.J II l'oIn. J. W. Wcilman. Mr! *. O. during Thanksgiving.: Jo Anna of 463. For Western Auto.
1 gift
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Is a student at Academy of
D. Waters, Mr John Kelsey, OUv. Cross bowled high game
:. "/ }; II'II'I I Mrs. Allen' Mott, Mrs. Edith Holy; Name In Tampa and of 149 and series. of 417.
I i. ;< .." .. I : Messer. Men. visitor who were I Jimmie. attend Cardinal Team standing. are a* fol.
.' joist speaker were Mr. Lyl alooney High School in Sara lows:
,JIll 5)1' 'J7a''J JJ.t.. .' .: Woods Mr. John Kelsey. Mr. 1 I ota. Miss Gertrude 32 12
."" J. W. Wellman, Mr O. D. Socially Turner Realty 27'tt" 10 H
I I .' \ 1. I In Water and Hev Turn E. Ca-; 'Mrs.. Mary Jane Davis enjoyed Barnard Buick 24 20

L I .,..nI the fishing at Placid Peace..River 24 20
I ., .jt. ".: I Mr. and Lira Joe Jenkins Saturday afternoon.Mr. Johnson Grove 23 21
gaCIOS;' k and son MM* new daughter' of sad Mr*. Donnie Lefe l Kwtk Ch.k JIS! 33HBorlag
: : ::11 I Miami were the guests of her byre and daughter Pant visited Auto 20 24
I parent Mr and .n. tfeighISitrlch.4 Mr. ad Mr*. Donald Brown SAFE URI.INGWRfSJt.. O. W Kriutwn DeSoto Nat. Bk. 19 23
'- over the weekend.Mr. p and daughter in nradenton i iI of the Florida Highway Patrol ha awarded five safe Sunbeam Bread 18 38

II : ,, II' I and Mr*. Billy IWm ofLsIWU. Saturday I driver award to members of the Arcadia post office Western Auto 13 31 I
lJJf/ were introducing their I Mr." R. B. Evan: and dauh.t. driver force. Award date back in each: case to the Next week schedule i 1a a*
n'n''UI 'new daughter to relative aDd ... Carolyn were amoig those period when that particular driver assumed. a daily follows: ,
Ii friends. during the weekend.' supporting U.eBundo..." In MM Gertrude
route. Receiving the award, from left first row. are .vs. DrSoto Na.
II: ; Mrs. Bm I* the daugheterI taft victory at Sebring. Friday I John !*etr*>y. 6 yrara; and Duane Trump. 6 ,.ean. tienal Bank .
) J / / / I I NfL Edith Meseer.I I night. I t Donald ) Turner Realtyv*. Boring
( jih 'JJ.f' ]/] lor I Standing, from left are Channel. 2 yearn;
cridJat"ll 1 I Visitors in the horn of Rev Mr. and Mrs. Sidney till] ; Auto
h I and Mike Power. 4 Not pictured in the \
photo,
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; r" and Mr* Torn CapeU en pent the day In Sarasota Sat Barnard Buick -vs. Kwtk Chek
.f" IThanksgiving I I were Rev, Ca. unity on btaalne**. I I but winning an award ways I. I- Pretcott. 4 years. Alldrives Peace Riv r' Mayflowervs.
pelt'a mother Mr*. F. W, Ca. I Mr. Tommy Hughe spent during the period of time were not involved Jorinson Grove

pall Sr.: bAa aunt, Mrs, J. H. 'the weekend with bAa mother, in a chargeable accident. They drive a total of 78. 36 Suib.*m Breed .v*.. Western
Plt! of Invert.** hi* ewe Mr*. Marten Ooff. J I I mile each '
Cap ; Tommy year. Auto
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".' husband of Sebrtng; a br.lh.rj
". Mr. end Mr*. W M. Capelt ad
1 seas WutKlte. ot Lake City. I
Mr and Mr*. Otia llaanah '
s !farcll'/f and cfctMresk *f Avon Park are 'COINS WANT
Jti living here with Mr. sad Mr*. I

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being.Frtonds.

:J) ( ) I.I *a Mr*. svmsUUe Manna In with the less)alt. I PAYING THE FOLLOWING PRICES

cr"Jc7 at their grasWUMn.Friend .

.. I and Mrs.* *yi JU1I pUitoe PUre with U Mr.De FLYINO' EAGLE DOSS .- .. Sae .. .-4... aver odd eoq.2N ..
L INDIAN CENTS 1'08.5 40Se. L'.II"T'Y' NsCngll
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James Karl :Mt* tr. hen ,..,... M2 LINCOLN CENTS |JJ -
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alT/ t Mr*. Edith: Mewer. act t'ai.u. .ter.- .: ........ a.S.. Ia.S 12Jec .. .0rAUOMC'.
:: i1 lua. *.... tt* rejne to help IMSyoung 1N/ ail ,. ,..- 1M a. 1011 .. ___ lee I.'a. ,... -.... -... mryp e.
son ewle4e.t. has 4thMrUMlay. :ca silo IT i.t..o T-- -__ gage .. -tt'rtmots MICMILVH
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Real! Estate Transactions' !iTu.nkln.1 ClASSirilD DISPLAY


wTO Federal National Mortgage Mr find Mra J. II

AMOclatton. Washington D. C. to Florida li>Uoo> i-jlt, I.,,.. gut: 5 Acre Tracts

cto N1REy la Philip Hrownsteln. Washtniton In Gllohiiat. East End !

BUY 0 S ti TO RF T NELp Yd 1TE D l osts u D] D. C. house !in Hoy I Mr and Mrs. D. T. Yeats tu I } Mll. West Arcadia Just

Howard Subdivision.Mr. Edward R Sinckrod. lot in I off 8rt 70. Low Price! of $33$

and Mr*. W. C. White Ivac River Ariea.Mrs. ; .0er Acre with Small dew1paymowl.

r ., ---. to Mr. and Mr*. F. L. Gre.-n, T. A. McRachern. I .coll.n' terms oil
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I LEGAL NOTICE two lots. Eller and Turner Es Sr.. to Willie Mae Campbell Salanee.
FOR RENT : =MI5C FOR SALE BUSINUS OPPCRJUUiI.ES't. .
_. lot. In Lincoln Terrace !
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I < '. ''N iNC UN'T JUDGI" eouaT'N tates.Mr.. and Mr*. I. D. Eller. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moor.j Turner Realty Co.
; FOR RENT Small decora.
Six SALE: j
FOR Lc
room suburban ANd rut Dladle '::iOVNtr to Mr. and Mr. Russell N. Me.Leaon to ! hems Unfurnished, i I Uve tiles. 200 colon end pat. I ".O.UO"'N: .aoaAl/. Mr. and Mrs. Donald MI.'Koty IS N. Brevtrd Av.
EXCLUSIVE .. .... aw I.t.
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(teteatly redecorated. $60 per terns for hobbyists. Dlank >tlHA CAICREI. Mlllta6 to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Math WA340t
: j I I month fiiaue WA plates, bowl ash trays, ice I 'tIL Mr. and Mr*. W. T. McClellan 84634.50Uc buckets tables etc. Instruction FRANCHISE oal a.iS: MI1111; from Spooler estate, two Hel.hta. .
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Mrl""tl Jug In G. .on.Stnith Addition. -- --- -
Several close-out tiles at TO coo'Ts' st0
Arcadia Farms. Inc.. to Mr .
: FOR RENT 3 room and efficiency tottiffs. Amazinc new liquid plattl- II ALL CjvtOUO AlUMU I.SONS Mr*. Kuth E. Oleason to Mr. I '
1)1'1Ideal I
: discontinued _VI"S. M OIMANWAYA and Mrs. J. K. Hatcher of
I apt. Ph. WA 9.6141 West Florida Tile Distributors e S..u tIAIrrw .. and Mra. Charles E. Wai worth, tow, acrcate.Katherine u.ar-I JOHNSON'S --1 1I
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or 200 Winifred St. tur faces Interior or cxt"rwr. and ua01 01 rw, w hrtoarryhrN,1 I
( Inc. CO I School Avenue Uiminatei waxlnji when aW _.d N IINrrM frlr a 1I.n F-eaoe River Acre T. Smith to I Itral
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6tfc I Sar isob. Florida. plied on Asphalt Tile. Vlujl.tikoleuiu. I i u = tp : ;; hit'| i I
: FOnRF.NT"F'nished':;;: apart S2tfcIIOOS .. Vinyl Asbestos, .lutv I of rag .)ArAdrll Mil1f1 from the City of in Peppers Addition.
: ; Furniture. .:.we MHKA C M4i.lt oka OtH- Arcadia to the following: Mr. Mr. and Ru I Phone WA 84243See
ment. 202 North Manatee Ave. i SALE One Hard Wood and IMA AML MIIrAotaer,/. bl.I I IG' Mrs. sell Mr-
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: Mrs. Cl>ue Carroll. I kJompivteiy eliminate (valntat ton Oiago Counts. CaiiNmM.me N I aid Mr*. Edwin Daufihtrey: ; Lenon to Mr atd Mrs. C. (). !
I brood sow. one male. 2 gilts wood C-un > OB i* Cauntv and Mr. J. E. Albritton '
/ I when applied to > u e Mr. ;
Johnson, Ft. Olden lot. Our Ad in the
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Frankin /ar M. Couof > I
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____ : or sell all or part. 4"tat. or C>nrrete surface, KrMM. al *ad County. ol Ar.a<,.. i Mr. and Mr. Frank Rumsey: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence> Ket i irhum
I FOU RENT Modern clean j I one younaT male. Will trade this U shisr. a4f rvcoirun.nJod rRw.Al. wrMM a. aMrwr wlafMrfan Mr. and Airs Harold W. Heard; t<> Mr and' Mrs. Henry I YCLLOW PACKS 'I
I completely furnished apart. Baxter. Rt. 2. Box 855. One (or boats ahd autotnubiivs. I/N tvn o,. Ww tirt pWirenow Mi Dorothy K. Koch Mr. I
o* Ma fto'ic Two ct>p><- f I ; J. Capronl of Lynnfield. M...... PAge 41
m.nt Utilities Included Good mile South Pine Level Com- rich theses. a <**n>on> MaH to* InMll and Mn. Robert F. Kelly and
]) 40 ..corH.V. ; i
na. und noll rhN Nor plot ofmkfapi i
'COMPETITION < >
1 location. Adults No pets. munity Center. on* +otf OffKe adilraw 01 ,t Mr and Mr*. It. E. Kelly. J:.; \ K. Fticale. Jr.. to>> Mr. and I
i544 9. 10. II. 12p KM cluimant am Hal N *rorn tal TFCTire
North IlilUboro. Mr. and Mr*. L. W Koch; An. '!
form Mrs. John W (Parker lot.
ant'xclutlvC'
At these >. ttw cbrrhN aaant of Mr i iuit. I I
| II, 12pWANiED utas In demand by. all bust ._...y and axcampaniad t>y o fittoa {I Mildred L. Keene; and Mr. Mr and Mrs. Lewis Amblerto I _
Console Model 1 !.. of on* oVillar end %ucn claHn or
I --. '--} a=!* Singer I ilvacs. (Industry and homes.Mo IIW1rYfJ rqf w fitojfnTlA apw He NhllCIfN MAKxra Sulfrldtfe.Mr. Mr. wild Mrs. Carl Druf, /lot''
& Sewing' Machine. Zhr.Za&.. franchise fet Minimum I M. .. ., 111Anclhar and Mra. Ovalan E. liar 'In VUURIco. .) Park.FMA .
100. Maximum Aarwnafmhr NN f den to Mr and Mr. J. W. Col. Discount
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: fancy designs ec.IS.50 or tntesunent tttut af Bertha Corral: Mtlla. ---- -- ---- ,
|) I $;XM ,monthly WA 0- 74l.. Investment' .'.000. Invest Ore Bartha C "Millar" okaBertha lln. Iota In Tuwn and Country w. ... wr.awlrq' D...._.
t WANTEDThe Arcadian is meals secured by Invenlury.e'actory Ao | Med MMN M IrN hw rw.a fa ,
f O'I'r.O'O:: i Eal.lu AVAILABLE' FOR SALK -
11, 12p will Nov .0. IrNNOTKr ... hN M.. ....-. rNa.te: .....
interested In Arcadia- trained
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I ____ personnel 'OJl'C'O\u" Jack Jones to Will I. and 3ASK NUMBER br rNh ew1 ra w.rl.ftANOA1o .1
: I OvSoto County residents. If help set up your business, or AHof Mable Roe, 1 lot, In ttarlemilelthls o/l COMPANY (tlryl
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< you have a news item. Jot It 1- -a LEGAiTNOTICE: [ For complete details and Uc.I' Ndta N Mr.Ar er.w Mil 1M rk.i AMorrrr,. PI. ,!>
down and mail it to Post Office -- --.--- -- crlptlve literature; write: 1wYNMQM1llilll! I .vAN' Clra -- .-. AoontssDISOTO 1 I II In K M.-. WA :-.a..1
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} box 870. The Arcadia MASTHI, SALE .lor I:Jo. wdM tha 3r .. day alDetamiiar. I COUNTY ARIA ;
NOTtCC Of' CH-PLASTICS l ITS/ at 11 OO e clack LEGAL NOTICE '
Arcadia in at of i HOMIS
or Stop our !. naraoy aundar :
tte. front 1
A M, at Wait dnor .if thaCnurfhixMe
|), Lice 209 West Oak Street.48thop. I. on a. w ;0'0:-. & PAINT CORP. m PeSota C_.". m tha SO EI Vemno Rd. IO.OOO Oreve eNdMO : DltahlnaSKRVICK. I
OM and by virtwa a ...... alia fv "
City;: it Arcadia aRADCR
o COVST IN I
af SorachMura naratafara an.tr IM tMi COVMTY '!> if CONTACT YOUR "OKan .
i _- ___. ______ I cr.e*a hiohMt and .eU and auwN toat kiiliXr euNrv for coWuofad fatha ANOOa PHOTO COvMtV. ftOSIBAIM -- aeepa0e I I II

t i I WANTED TO BUY SCO aal.t tna Cifcu't Cacurf! af .of.._tna. m laaitmJwdtcol and /M ...1..1f'Q drKdiwl prperfy a/. I .IN at UTAH eaosATi Uf'' AMMY roc I Moll| rill.. Dirt .Too Sell. I,
I No. 8-:3 t' In Pa\ata Cwnfrlartr. fa Cenlrreer" by the hourOLIN
used machine -loud In Clwncwr.q baUfOM MOM MOM.MAviMO
County
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| condition. Call 958.9357.: C/wncah cot. Me lo,7rlI 1. -- "'l a. 1 eo""t 4 .f aw'tl 17 of LIN. t'ro} clteTOrtTO I DAVITvhew. I
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I wNh CI'Y Of ARCAOIA a I WA t-tMl
asola Fla. r.1 .,, Nr 5'0' Nilcrda IMMEDIATE INCOME> COIN rARKUaoVISION. a* All.. C" )IIVr7. AN(1" rl.7AN7
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1'1 it Ino IbMnf1. ad CIRTAINA .. par plat at record tlAIMj OO.AGAlHlf WMANDI .PO. B.. 81 N....... fla.
11. 12. 13. to tha tmal drxree ef hw. Posted
AND PART OK FULL TIMKHare puttuont IAIU IjTAUAn Signs I TFC,
NDS : f1.llx" "'e: N.erW N tar rr NY'0 I II
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u DlIINQUINT : afdar AdmmKtratmn tin.h
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: WANTED To k-P children I 3r AND AGAINST 1M. HOCOf Is a ground flour opporlunity in aid Court, the art at a*> NA'INo rp I loon 4 Security CwrK
I DIr THC .atCCMO nor Murr.6A6ES >utlua lr. Mar atata Iha' .ww..
small babies to rbwfd/ .
for
a man or woman
AND OTM/fi ClAK total volua Nhr afae ra
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WA 9.5901. MANit TO TfRISICTVI fx/ci make. money servlax small >4 )OO. ond /h..d r/ e*a*- at IArylf MANUIf/l. + I Raymond C. Hclsing
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rA-CM-1. Of LAND Nlr11NAITIR017CRIaLU w ota aara OMionad hlwNh : 1 1N
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9.10.11.12p OR .... prf.ewd.. 1. w and medium places of business ... erA/ ta Kc.. art .. "-. of 'reMNrrN. I f pa/ew. +u/ >JJa..rrSlU. too I T...hor of Plan and Organ
; I I duo N Ir/nDN / atwft Nrwedlr ard_M -
o ec- __ 1ft C Mini. i with a built-in demand and 1QNtwItNUS Vvta:- Ier, .: Mrs a '*? ". **M I Ij WA 11)46tP8C1AL
-- Inc Court In toid --- a1 Arryr MhIW arrl "Ia.wYeal '
1 M1SC FOR SALE onJ bv virtue efM farm tharaofo who ran Invest 9260O for ma. :" -l-I'I:: /IU dWafKar : fl|" arw ta/wf a" rwrllawl.hwh I AYAt .N" r4. P. 3 e111 MN RAT
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___ .. will owN. ala, and 1 11tit lerials. cijuipU and Inventory' -.. !oel yaw nkty, ha,- ..aanlmf, thaltote na ..hafelN nrNpl, L....". Will Bo Olven
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< FUIl SALE! 1038 Fairlane" oral. portly. tanorataly.af lordNrrwrIN at aubiia outcry 'in a business Uiat can be aslarge iaMw 1 C Avon. Clark al theCircuit t..d).of'= >t/Dtat* Cwrataw iiini iy j ae-tfe I i In. Your Home
ta tha hf and baM bdar for. as yes .re able to make Caunty. f.ifMMfNa -b. tot '/Kflw, Gordun. lip
Ford. It Interested call WA taN of the frant door a* tfca Court.Hou p. .N aunty Aatua. m /haHani
*. af DaVMe m lha Ofyaf I'It. Contact 1O.. Uox MttflII. I CUAL' =.. CJUrf at AN.fr,
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10 bop af January, !HN, fa,.ie.en. tt IM
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: .'._.. A. M. and twao'clock 12p C.Oy JOHN PARKER
af elrrw ,1 ra Nloto co tMi*. tioaiav N'
FOR SALE \ ...; Oao Rang** f. M. tha tees,. ba_ a AT LAW 1--- drwwN waNtN BUILDINGSFOR
the ___ _._ I REALTOR
Loa tale day and fVYwrrt tw N. .INWA1xIN1 w wawa. errd \to\ dyrNeerd' I
L"r i I In Good Condition. DeSoto I I laool .....NweN.inN'If.o.d PorcvK. ofprouarty j Printing 1rtltlrCll, Ifll;. NaN M. rte .. reMrlrrYr .rYl
<: WAlAut City af Ar. ,( A.. Mwn./.. CwpvatN wrwUfdAe HOMIS onovssIANOHSS
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Gas Company.. Lela. Dotota Caunty.: ftonda. da. 1 1I. rtn lanww/r m M.eqfe ofI. wd o.w-:: :: ::: i=: SALE
I I 8-4501. f at-tfe fenced foUoa .... Mf eeaN a hw NNn f, Wd tirffrrewed "
lat M. slots !J. Oriqinal lurvayat ... Ale..N. r l.fNrr..N -I rIalwfr.. r1 1100drq hN.rd
tha City af Arcadia, accardwln wl+lrw ..e..d.a. .-; awh fhMl N dawW r.elM t Corweetae
LEGAL NOTICE ta oaf e ar N IOK.J trtha -wM y ........ ra.e+ WA. a-ssai. nor C "CHI" rr11 TILLMAN L.1.1 IJ fheN N fNd TN Idwy < Oak.'atnKNeet* 'OeS.roArsaola J Ka1pl l| stirs. f.100 *iul up.
--- -- --- -- af/*a af tha Clark af tha I. I.. lee _er M edafd to Ma fwlwwdN
-- Caw Caurt N DaVMa County.tartdo. -- N&\o fbww. and JI-1/1' farm MOV IM rh. WA S.MftOeoaler
1 IN TMC couar Of TMI COUNTY NOTICES s'wT ic:tr awaurt IAU ..e.w.df.rw tha Caunf y .. l.rlcalnl 1 At OM rcmlla
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ourrTo/wileows La a. Slack -. OeM1 Rrpa .rc ark.a .. I "_ __ I Itr *tCuupt.> it IrOlitAt tlwlN AS.re fiTHfN/ O OWe 1"0"'m(
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BmHvk a. COLLJNS : .rd.d ta af f a4ot. a af tnaraofa tna i Ii NOTICE Smith's Antique.. 'I .we. v MMO' a| vrtt aut a ua.* tha Mrwe.+iaM anttttad hautaf t-r:: roe ,--- Tr....".

Nona old 1"P.TfTION row Clark af Cmn Court of Delate New' artdr*.. Three blwtks ", ...,rt ...< tha a,a,'a .ty',-' mm m*. 1> Wo Will er Cleoee) Foe '.!...e frank tit IVfjM Farm
.. Of'' .NctuAar. ( Caunty. ....res.Gltfawf I .*. .....d ipian lha f-- twh Arla'wo M'Iri4l11TN11AwaR. a Weeks.
"MABMIt4l south of A I'l tit: 41
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|I .AMMtKIOI 'l Iladww/I*. af.IA.M 1.t.: Punta aorda. Antiques buu hta 'Ijf.'i-t / aw. .:e bk. t My'a .. a., a.laaar. 1TelNOTKa Dee SIH. lo dew. 4IHONOUNOS .. -
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I I ho.'Ir."e.d" ..Mwol atcelllf wM ..-..- N C.ty ad.so Id, .ww eAnal..., ./rr/r. N .w.fC NArrNN .
,'orr AInwNha/or .fnlh .rM N Aras-. '--' --- itta Irrr ,pelt ,l Trfarw 4 r.fw, N / rr -- ..- rhw/ the .QUI. MINT CO.
ne..0 ..f M. ....... af al.YL aCOCLINS. ta piot //Nr.e1 --- wnr. I. ', :. e1 =. .R.r. n.w.rd d.hrrWrrf, --...- _...e...... lie, 131 Onoao. ria. FOR SALE
__. and/* dmy a4'_ af the NCp.S.fe tha Or.fur .. i fwt f1rrN 'wA.. 71N dwy N DfrM.Aar ""v .... .tt.... .... .'_'. c;......,
pafiMon far -rrwdren far. CoW CanTy.flarida. I W, atMeeew Irre "Sffyrlrefer: fN ..- Of ,........ ..... 40 Acne onovc
tral .l.''tt''ir 0-. and ttwjt an Owa I AID Of HANKS I t rey, rafwrfN .aw.w stiffs w her. r.srae h.Nar. eot t II Ip1 serf.tMh. I
IOT 1. !196.. dIa...SJ aaaly .. tKati.nr ereralew ..__ ... Lnr.ri I1.rwf..r 7 .rN w $ yeaeld. wtito. .....*
> i-qb a ,or May* Len 19. II and 14. MM *. Tw rmmiK, an f tLL r w* tha **a t I
Mrw.pru.M Cnd AAt,x *. :; .. ; LIPPINCOTTELECTRIC 4lM4fc OooB Wellulldlog ..
u,fe. if ptofe Caunty. rlartdo. 1. CHctwMjf fart 6or ha C t MII..i i a. crg..C
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fiar-.. aaaaro CARD OF THANKS/ e/Nr
fwdwol ntirta WM City a* c..fl.tart tkw**.*. f ... ..
erfd h r :erdrr N d.ff.RNwwh and na .o o.... IhereN -' ...i im Our recent sad taoo leave faf aaie and MM ...a fjahaif. ....: = .. ".; = a"d KaulamenTotal '
.. hna --ge' Antwery Adwrnh rhi arrk afCa .*.> .aw ..t lYw'd .... -i der'wrtwd -on.lwl wwwe .-M
rp .'1' r arr.efwr t/ ere 'u.t ester oOesde C aunty.fkwldu U* with fateful hearts la M.oilp. oa e.. arawarty ofMH.I Cwew i rfl hw r.n,., PrloeW'f. ..,AOO.oo
wrw e, hM. s.l'elwf' dww..d.r wards nla hbor* and McMr.ItINr I 4/wWa ta eANre r ...MMM. / trrrrNr., lrw. iw7 lo. a1wwmar. : .... IyN .... !' Torma
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lM. AfwMea art leref.ret wffwe W .troy.RNIewlbl .
liGaratoNAAtdb Irf1h artaflre. BMck .
S. eomfurtlnaj" eaprewicn.a /craw NAle
"",r AbwMwlrfeM .ffh t"\'t.. GIILM la t fwd A+ sympolliy. u.. bvauItful ,. C r t.:.:: w" io Nw 'lit r.. N 0.-, .& CewtwlereelCewleal / .
W.. __ M fc.> ta fps stir N Anwlrti maty ,, l.... t .
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caroad M ar/ia at thaaf .. .. H \ .. Ary l/prlwrN4. .
-.o-TlCi w' -INAe1Ne/Na1. Cmrvrf Caurt of Batatary wal always be r: 1MYrr-rr AINN+rNw A..e. A- : IINUNIarrr fSTATK
M.Mr
y,A.hoUrr. it-fvtor a A*,nuo The Dewle ffaetme N.rrw.M NAe rlrrtf.w ., .'r mesnbervd.Th DM. *. 10, .IF, Ilea- ..- "__ ._ ._ __. ll la, .f', 1Te1. =:.. I W Ma.nolU. WA M011

awns a. Ar a>*.. ./or- "l o.fWd o r soN LaM> and '. KiackI I Hannah Family 1- .
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r._awry>. r I 170. a.ar1.- N- DeaMf-. r.e..r MNre : r= ::; ::: c-=-:: the C.trNta.el Shop Arcadia ; LOOK 'I''I'I I FRIDAY I

NMY rule end N.e herrletflw M o.sc-". I rdwN I I

N .nr .ar Mr a..e,,,...re w+? rLyetr ...... Co A. w.. a..ew.I" ..... MOBILE HOMES I thru SOTOA I
-Pl':7: NATwNAIaANr ...s.-.!. .. .... \ pi -' FIRSTRADIATOR DE I I I
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!: Board Asks Smaller, Better ,,8A The ARCADIAN Tuesday' December- 15. 1961


2-Year BudgetAt r M ? M { Nv Fruit This Year 1----- DcSoto High In .


Over 1963-64 1i Bid For FourthDeS
Myakka\ Park i-

"Better than last year" Is the
1 way Howard Sorrel U. of Sorrells High's Bulldogs
Tallahassee The Florida jf Packing Company, describes sough. their fourth win In.five
Board of Parks has sent to I orange and tangerine JAMES M. EDWARDS st..ulast; night in a road
th* State Budget Director a ,, production. in this area. Funeral services will be held test at Clewiston. Leading the
two-year budget request for 'Oranges are a bit smaller I in New; Castle. Penn., for :! locals was flashy guard Rick
Myakka River State Park too. i due to dry weather and a larger James M. Edwards 78. who' Dodd who has paced the last
tailing slightly more than $273.: ; crop this yr.Sorre11s died suddenly at the Arcadia two Bulldog victories by dump.
:300 said Tangerines are about shuffleboard Courts Monday. log in more than 30 points In
According to State Parks DI- ncrmal.- Sorrells Brothers afternoon December: 7. each game The latest win
rector N. E. Bill Miller this who ship to wholesalers and Mr. Edwards was born In came Friday night over Sara.
request Is part of the $8.8 chain stores In the eastern Unit_ Beaver Falls, Penn.. August sota Rlverview by 6739. The
mil.icn state-wide budget the ed States are one of DeSoto 31, 1886 and was spending his Riverview Jayvees won the
Pare!: Board has prepared to County's. largest packing plants. second winter In Arcadia. He opener by a whopping 7313count.
provide the minimum upkeep Fruit estimates, statewide was a Mason and a memberof .
and operating needs of the :34 has been set at 81.000,000 boxes the Brotherhood of R. R. Arcadia Trawick 6.1-13.Hysler .
parks in Florida's system and of oranges for the '64-65 season Shop Craft Supervisors. 0-2-2. Hollingsworth
at tha same time to met some with 39-mllion of these lie Is survived by his. daugb. 0-2-2, Smith 1-3-:3, Hamil.
of the" ever Increasing. public 6 r' 1 s early:: and mid-season oranges ter", Mrs. David R. Vaneman of ton 2.2-6. McKinney 1.0-2.
demand for additional out 39.million valencias and 3600. New Castle Pa.; two sisters Dodd 11.830, Palmer 0. Col.
dooi recreational facilities. COO; Temples. Miss Margaret Edwards of Arcadia tins 2.0-4. Mardis 102.
The Myakka River State Tangerines have been esti- and Miss Josephine Ed. Totals 24-18-67.'
Park request Includes nearly mated at 4.200.000 boxes for wards of New Castle. ;
$200,000 for salaries operating! the state with a total of all Remains were shipped to bert Lee Summeralls. James.
.C New Castle for buriaL Van 1ia11 W. W. Benton and Vern.on
expenses and equipment. LJ i citrus for the state over 118-
Warner. Honorary: Harold
The remainder of the re. million. Petten Funeral Home was in I

quest It*toe a number of develop 1* d'd'et d'p d's The citrus crop estimate for charge of arrangements I I'I Garner Morton, Henry Lonnie Barrow.Watson Lloyd Joe
;neit: and construction pro the season had been set too I
Holton and Dana Jones.
Jects including picnic and barbecue high and was reduced by over EWELL EDMOND STEWART
shelters, picnic: area, '' 4.million boxes by. the Flora I'I Funeral services were held
ranger residence boat ramp 'ida Crop and Livestock Re. Dec. 14 at Robarts-Grady Cha. CHARLES N. MILLER 1
and dock and roads and parking k porting Service. Orange prices pel for Ewell Edmond Stewart Funeral services were heldat
areas. n range to $3,00 per box and tangerines Oak Crest Subdivision the St. Paul's Catholic .
Miller added that if these to about 350.: who died at his home Decem. Church Dee 12 for Charles '
developments are approvedthis i ber 10. N. Miller who died Dec. 9. In
park would require a IS. Mr. Stewart was born In the Veteran's Hospital in Cor.
man stuff The park is located Gvr Whidden With I Sapp, Georgia Feb. 10, 1902 al Gables. Father R. K. Bro.
West of Arcadia on the Sara } .-. and had moved back here' hamer officiated
sota highway.: b ki 7th Fleet On from Miami after he became Mr. Miller was born Oct. 21.
Before this budget can be. disabled working In a cement 1895 In Iroquois Ill., and came
come a reality II must be re. 4L USS Coral Sea I I plant. He was a member of to Arcadia nine years ago. lie

viewed and approved by the I # i' the Baptist Church.He was a retired attorney.
Budget. Director the State Cabinet USS CORAL SEA (CVA.''I Is survived by his wife I He is survived by' his wife
and the appropriations ROAD TO PEACE AND QUIET in Myakka State and the I'ark Board Is asking a two-year budget to 43) (FHTNC) Dec. 3 Mar. I Mrs. Ollle Stewart of Arcadia. Mrs. Louise ,Miller of Arcadia;
committees of the 1903 Legls. lark where hunting I lie prohibited and fishing enInstall more camp-sites, ramps and picnic areas. ine First Sergeant Richard ]M. one daughter Mrs. R. E. MU. his children Charles Miller of
lature. couraged. The Park U about 1500 square miles Whidden son of Mrs. J. L. : leI"". Cocoa Florida; four bro. Gainesville; Harry Miller,
-- ---- --- ------ ------ ------ -- ---- -- of Arcadia Washington D. C.; Gregory
Whidden of Arcadia Fla.. is thers. Emory ; Roy
aboard the attack air- | W. of Tampa; Edward of Kis. Miller Tampa and ]Mrs. Dun.
Tax Collections I I In City, County At 70 Per Cent ,Senator-Elect Doyle Carlton craft serving carrier USS Coral Sea almmee; and H. J. Stewartof can Gammage of Arcadia; one

operating with the U. S. Seventh : San Bernedina. Cal.; four brother Victor Miller, and one
County taxes are approximately three per cent discount and 70 per cent with the heaviestrun Fleet In the Far East.j, sisters Mrs. John Ittrndon, sister. Miss Clara Miller, both
70 per cent collected, Brown urges that owners take erring. the latter part of Meets With Commissioners While with the Seventh fleet I Altha; Mrs. Jonnie Jack: Pun. of Anna I1L.Interment .
according. to Qjltmon Brown|I advantage of this discount I November to take advantage of Coral Sea's crew members will' ta Gorda; Mrs. Lewis Morton was in Oak Ridge
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In the City Margaret Way their three cent discount Cemetery Saturday, with Ro.
per visit such ports as Pearl liar. | Winter Haven and Mrs. Man.
County Tax Collector I, city recorder, says that city December carries a two percent Senator: .elect Doyle Carlton maintained the roads. To bor Hawaii; Guam, Subic Bay l uel Bondi. Tampa; and five barts.Grady Funeral Home In
On real estate the tax rolls I taxes are running also about discount for the city, January .11""., of Hardee County, appeared reach the property from Arca- In the Philippine Islands; the I grand children and two great charge of arrangements.
can for $3 l.534.92 il total as.sessmcnts I before the regular sessionof dia one must turn the first
-- only one per cent and < I British Crown Colony of Hong grand.children. Active pallbearers: George
and Brown's office I February at net.Merchants. the DcSoto CoCunty Boardof right-hand road past Horse Kong Yokosuka Sasebo. Iwa- Interment was In Joshua Stcnebraker, Charles Dirr Will
has collected S2 ','701.ISO as of Sheriff Holton I Commissioners to discuss agate Creek. on the Sarasota highway kunl ;and Beppu. Japan. Creek Cemetery with Robarts. Rand Sammie Smith Horace .
December 1. On Intangible across a county. road that which Grady. Funeral Home In charge Hill Walter Beele Honorary:
I The 63,000 ton carrier ,
property assessments.: totalled Nabs Tire Theft To Be'BabySitters' he and other ownershave I' I
the
property Carlton said that at Is 973 feet In length, Is equal of arrangements. George Hunt Marion Parker
7432.32 and of that amount I put up to protect their point where the gate Is In. the height of a 20 story tOl Active pallbearers: R. V. W. B. Tinsley and J. S. Maas.. I
$3,32/4)3) has baton collected. Duo in Arcadia l I II .
I I property, near the Hardee.De.ivoo stalled he did no know whet- Ing. Griffin. Woodrow Griffin' Ro. sen.
Prompt payment: of taxes a.. Two men pled guilty before County line. her It was Hardee or DeSoto t I
sure property owners of a Cfjnly. Judge Gordon HaysMonday I' I I I'I Staing that In all his acreagehe County, and that he didn't
Hey Mom plan on shopLng
substantial reduction with afour '
afternoon to a charge 'I' had left unrestricted areas think either wanted to claim
per cent discount: In Nov. !I I Monday morning In Arcadia
I would have it.
that
people access
larceny of automobile tires so
ember<< three' per cent In December ,: from Arcadia Motors, It was: to hunting areas, and The County Commissionersvoted New Samsonite Silhouette'G7aristmas j
two In January one: Downtown merchants on that
that he had
reported< here today b.rSheriff on any property to let the property owners -
In February and net In March Lloyd Holton. i day will sponsor a 2li hour i under' fence he would allow maintain the padlockedgate
March 31st Is deadline and I free baby sitting service at the 1
those entrance to have heir"
i IOn.\ of the men, John In. seeking to protect proper.
taxes become delinquent after 1 DeSoto Theatre The doors will': Carlton told the Commissioners $
keys,
gerfoll, was assistant part'smanager ties. 19a95i
that datePayment. I swing open at 9:90: am., and Jetpak '
I for the company and i I that he had already Carlton then approached the Special ,tataa
of taxes before the at 1O two-hour
had been selling tires to a starting a pro. found one cow dead from a Commissioners on the new Bi-
month still net of December property. la owners out can a..frtoYd. Ray Webb who In i I gram derway.There cf. movies. will get un.' I rifle bullet, and he found It County,\ ,. hospital Investigation /ON JANUARY 1 THE: PRICE
r turn resold. the tires for a necessary for cattle areas to and asked, for permission to
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GOES UP TO 25.00
profit. / Is no admlalson charge I be under key. meet with them again after
1 Sheriff Holton. on an undls no box tups, or bottle caps i He stated that all propertyowners the first of the year when the
PEOPLE DO cloned. tip, picked up Webb I to turn In.Supporting. In' the area were in feasibiliy study of either a Bi. j
who confesed and named In. the DeSoto Tha agreement with him and that County hospital. or wo, one I
( READ gersotl as his partner 'in the Ire 'In this worthwhile project he and the property ownersof county hospitals would be re. i'ii.-. Brand new j
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SMALL ADS I deal, Both men pled guilty a-e a score of downtown merchants I commended.At I 1 and ,
LIKI: THIS ONgP.r : to charges of larceny and were who apparently know all Santa Claus will be at1 I present a Hill-Burton J big enough
I given four straight months 'In how much easier It Is for Mom : the thrat"* ,Remember, the of harder. and DtSoto I I
II Week II survey
Reach 1,000 a Readers the County stockade at CU. to shop without the kiddles | day Is next Monday. morning I County to determine their hospital for her I
bltis. I And here's the biggest secret at the DeSoto Theatre.GENERAL needs. Under the 11111- W Jetpak q
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Burton act. approximately 50 carries everything .
t per cent of the cost of construction he needs I

J of a hospital wouldbe for overnight r p.,p t\
avallal4 from federal
v funds. The other half would

0 come funds. from local and county Brand new f


,I Carlton told the commissioners ... and J
that It was paramount that small enough
both DeSoto and Hard* Counties
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I: be thinking In terms of <* for him
"Improved hoapUl facilities or It*Jetpak slips easily
that In two or three years underhisjst1eit'Ii .
'i they. would find themselves Brand new
ELECTRIC situs.tlon. .
,, facing "embarasslivg and

LOWEST OPERATING COST! r ] lie.- also asked the Commissions smart enough

to meet with him on any for both
Proven in tests with 6 proposed' legislature. they.
competitive ,- j--- G *.t din i lor either
aught from the coming meeting ;
"no-frost" models based on fr... of the State legislature to'

G.E. laboratory testing under ex. which Carlton .ls Senator- .
elect, representing both coun
treme Gulf States summer usage ties. He sated that he realised.

conditions. Other brands tested the great nd of four IsnlngjHighway I
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IT through Arcadiato
cost 6% to 76% more to operate! '' Dartow and that he knewt

Come in for proof! J t, the Commlsisona agreed
elt i w.th him. '
The Commissioners Invited
him to return to meet with
BIGGEST FREEZER! e them at any time and agreed. IIj' '
that they should ret together|' ,r
!HOLDS! UP TO 126 IBS. for road projects In the are..

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OF FROZEN FOOD! I Parkyn At TAG 4


Much more room for frozen foods ,, .

than in any other leading com \Vins Airman Of

parable refrigerator! Meets to f Month Award

day's needs for bigger freezer '

at home! lf I
space p' f ti Alrmsst Served Class

a..,... L. Fafkya, so* of Mr
Slide-Out Shelf 2 Porcelain and Mr W. T' P ryn of 931N A cAe a***** Is a lift taW. !......uriclilTyf' rm s. i'. eeew Jega* CWca..l
I C. Oak 5t_ Arcadia. Fla.k Ie pct. Sor a ..eked e. fug K--. M eye Berke a )It w.. ... ....... ....-..*. J****.
Enamel Vegetable Drawers I f >as brew selected Outstamt.agAirmail Ie all ___ oYeigr. fcafr reed. esa eaew .saerWw..a-eae.i... few' .. sillrsj, laces
Coppertone Colors or White ., Uk. Months ta MsTa Tee was sieisn Ie she elegas ....- w..e tea Start ysvsr fsversM m..J.rt w) t,
y UcJ' Air Commas (TACI she hey es a eesyisM ......... ea ... Qriaw.s,...ark Jets**,

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18 TL. ARCADIAN Tuesday, December 15.1961

THE BULLDOG'S BARKY
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Published weekly bar the newspaper staff of :o sI The Bulldog's Bark .'

DeS"to County ifigh School. Arcadia Florida.




Editor-in-Chief rletty GaskIns la: ConnIe AssocIate McCormick Editor I -- :;: : 'Miss DHS Candidates


.1a7fte Dozier Business Managee Carolyn Evans DIIS Publlcatlona rL
:Martha Jo Bill __ Social Secretary _
Diane Montgomery Exchange :Miss Sidney Anderson _. _
Calvin Clouae Photographer Facult7 Adviser Elected By ClassesIn
Editorial Ad..uen Lew usJer Rupert Smith


EDITORIALBy Exchange ColumnBy trw a special class meetingon r Sheila Coker 1962 and Fonda .

Friday. Dec. 11, DrSoto Waters 1963.
: Only one junior high attendant
DIANE MONTGOMERY County High School studentsIn
RUPERT SMITH: the senior, junior, and sophomore -I for the coronation was..
DONT DESPAIR; LIFE elected Friday, and this at Un
"Here come the Santa Clauses. No it's not a classes elected. their o dent was eighth grader Car.
misprint it's just the trend. In the past five years CONTAINS BITTER SWEET 1 candidates for Miss DIIS for tie Gunter. A freshman at.

approximately one month before Christmas, thousandsof Do you ever have one of 196s. I I tendant will be elected at a
bearded "helpers" converge upon the country to those days when the WHOLE I I Allowed' three later date.
supposedly convey the yuletide spirit. There is one WORLD Is against YOU? the senior class andld..t..1. The seven senior high schoolgirls
I in every toy store no matter how small. Their main 0. Nothing seems to go right I I Pam Cross Cherrle I will have their pictures
: purpose is to sell fantastic toys. Toys that no longer You find yourself wishing S and Oracle Neal. to represent submitted to Mr. Dick Pope
cost five and ten dollars but mechanical marvels that you had stayed In bed 1 them In the Miss DHS contest.: general manager of the world-
r The Juniors and sophomores famous Cypress Gardens. Mr.
that are priced at at least fifty dollars. You've seen this morning. elected two candidates each.
Pope and his staff will
them. Giant battle ships that the little fellow can Nobody has problems that From the Junior class are Sue Miss DIIS and two runners choose.
sail in the bathtub. Why of those boats are as big as yours are. No.
some are so Carter and n tty Gukinslfrom ; up In the Miss DIIS contest.
big that the kid can't even get in the tub with it. body is as broke as you are. the sophomore class are Coronation of Mlsa DHS will
Another fantastic toy is the realistic Mighty Mo can- Nobody has parents as mean as Linda Hlnsley and Cindy be held during the month of
are. Nobody got a test
non. It's so life-sized that if your neighbor saw it in yours Iowa. was. Shaw, i January The Miss DIIS con.
grade as yours
your front yard he'd think were trying to over- Junior Jayne Dealer Is currently I ,test Is sponsored by the Growl
you It la human nature to thinkof Class meetings were held last Friday to elect candidates for tho Miss' .
reigning- Miss DIIS
as staff and the Miss DIIS chosen
throw the government by force. The emphasis is your problem as the biggest, DHS contest. Back row, left to right are candidate Sue Carter junior; Gracio o4. Other holders of the will reign as queen of the
really on size if it's not lifesize it's no good. But but Just compare your pro. Neal senior and Linda Hinsley." r."J
sophomore. Front left
.f ; row. to right are Betty DIIS title are Bubble 63 Growl. as well a* the 03
the boys aren't the only ones who can get these blems to someone who Is real.ly Gaskin! junior; Cindy Shaw, sophomore; and Cherrle Denmead. senior. Not o Amos! I960. Irene Arndt 1941. school year.
wonderful toys. The toy industry has brought over [ In despair. How would you pictured la senior candidate Pam Cross. I -
sized dolls for your little girl. They have gone from like to trade places with some !:. .. .
the Tiny Thumbalina doll to the Giant Thumba doll. one In China for Instance?.I Bulldogs To Participate
See. your problems are disappearing FFA Members t I IThe
A doll that stands five and a half feet tall. Wind it .
up and it walks and talks.. It's like having another already.Whenever I feel overwhelm Hootenanny SponsoredBy Receive Awards In Manatee Classics

member of the family. ed by my worries I try to compare During the FFA Assemblyof
All of this is Just an example of the commercializing myself with someone who Dec. 1. Richard Simmons, Hulking basketball on the 28th will play for the
of Christmas. The toy stores aren't the onlyplace I. worse off than I am. It may DCT ScheduledFor the DrSoto Chapter secretary, team will not remain Idle during ,. championship on December 20
you see these makeshift merrymakers they are not solve my problems, but It presented' awards to various the Christmas holidays at ':oo.
on every street corner they're in parades. It wouldn't helps my morale. FFA members. They will have practice Mon.
be so bad if these jolly fellows looked the part but Cheer up things could be Those receiving the Green day through Thursday of next.
worse,** may be a trite saying Saturday Night hand Award were: Estea Croy, week to prepare for the Man. Decorations
practically every one you see has a ragged beard a
Thomas Wheeler David West
but there Is a lot of truth and atee Classics to be held In
pointed nose or looks like he just got off a ten year moral support In those words.Nothing berry, Wayne Werta Robert Dradenton Dee 26. 24 and 29.I Contest Held
diet. The best looking Santa I have seen was on a positive will happenIf By PETE WII1DDEN Mice of admission Is 50cents Tomllnson. Grady Skinner, On December 2fl the Hull
cigarette commercial on TV. By the way. did you you have a negative ap. On Saturday night Dec. 19. "stag" and 73 cents"drag" Roy Simmons Thomas Saun. dogs will play Palmetto High By FHA Club
know that the Jolly Old Elf is giving everybody cigarettes ders. Oene Kllch. Fred Pearce, 1 I
>roach.: t the DCT club will have an when bought at school.At School at TOO: In the Manatee
this year? Helen Steiner Rice, a noted 4 old fashioned<< Hootenanny In the gymnasium tickets will Gary ParrUh. Jimmy Murphy, Junior College gymnasium The Last week a Christmas de.
Christmas should not be a time for commercialism Inspirational writer sums up 1 the school. gymnasium from ; sell for 23 cents more. Roy Mlxon. Rodney McCr.y, 5:11: game will be between i cor a I Ions contest was Intro
it should be a time to think of the other fellow Ife's hardships In a realistic S to 12 p.m. The Chevels from I I This Is the first school.wide. David Lyons Jsmes Livings. Wsuvhula and Manatee.The I cluceti at DeSoto High Sponsored .
: a time to spread cheer and goodwill. Go a little out way that could be comforting Venice High School. will ben I event to be sponsored by the ion Hurst. Douglas,, Johnson Horace 7:00: game on the 2ftb-I by the Future Home.
makers
Terry Hudson Wayne of America. Its
r of your way to be nice to people. It won't take too to you the next time you c> hand with Ricky Dodd I DCT Club. It Is hoped Coker, John nurtscher, Edward will be between Winter Haven j was to Christ pur..
much effort and you will be surprised at the satisfaction have one of "those".. days: I Helen Ilretton, Sheryl Stur. there wll be a large rn-', Ulondtll and Dick Avant. and Southeast and the .: .: maa pose decorations promote In the class
I it will bring to you. When you buy gifts think "Everything ison. by conipar.Both : I ens, and Ann Fletcher to sup. so come for an evening of I I FFA me.nbe.iyin.. the game that night will be be..1 rooms. The contest was open to
>ly singing talent. I dancing singing and funs' tween he winners
of the
not of what benefits you are going to get by giving the Bitter and the --- -- ---- Chapter Farmer Award were: two all homerooms and classes who
j someone a present but think of it as a remembrance Sweet j Larry Avant, Gary Urown game on the 26th. wished to enter.
; of a good friendship or as a token of love. And It takes a bit of both of I Essay Contest Sponsored By I Leonard Carter, Archie Chad. The winners of the games The rooms were judged on
Don't forget about religion either; after all. the them 1 well. Sam Derlso. Larry Ford. I beauty, originality, creative
founding of Christmas is based on religion. A time To make our lives complete.I Haul Gomes tluudy Orbit ADMISSION' PRICK. ness, anil Christmas. tmos.
should be set aside to go to the church of your choice The thought of this article!..American Legion Auxiliarysponsoring Jerry Hurkleby. Richard King I phere. Judged by three Judges
far te 1t4-4 DNSAtKITVALL
Jarell Martin John Paul ..... Tuesday' of this
cornea from "The Navigator", on week
and thank God for all the blessings have received .t''
you Fort Lauderdale High School The American: Legion Au. ; an essay contest ser Eddie Newberry. Tommy SEASON three prlssa were given The
during the past year. Florida. J lila! ,.,. of Arcadia la currently UHS. The Americanism committee Permenter. Floyd<< '"rv''. Keith are first prise was five dollars,
Be thankful for Christmas it only comes once of the Auxiliary. unit la Ran Danny Hoberts. Terry IOe fer STUDENTS the second two dollars, and
a. year. Take advantage of it. Not for commercialHEyiJ promoting the contest and has Saunders Lamar Skinner, SJ.oo) 1e' ADULTS I the third ene dollar. At the .
.. usatiahuUfor thfnrs-of cleaW\a ety.M..fttfSways 'tttCn.rd ; > the '"
greater significance. ftmlthj flay Spire, ,lime of publications eontest -
with'your'family'for.Instance I : by Senior High School and Larry Sullivan. unknown.
; it's not every ne-'l ,' winner were
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students -- --- - -- "-- --- - -- -- -- --------- --
that you can get together as a whole. Gather as "America's Ureat- I. '
the Christmas tree and exchange memories go to \ est Need.1' and by Junior A high
church together and then settle down for a great school students,""My Challengeto

Christmas. dinner. The Communism.American Legion and TIRE
Yes. commercialism Is present and will be In Its auslUary have lung been I SALE
years to come but don't let material things dominatethe leaders I In championing Amert.
real things Christmas signifies; thoughtfulness. canlsm at DeSoto High. Under
kindness love and the birth of our Saviour. ;i the capable .leadership of Mrs. I
Rupert Smith for ,
many years /
outstanding Americanism. pro. I I

TilE BARK STAFF SUGGESTS grams well as have American been flags staged&UUI.Uulnl as. I i iI I I II II II Ii

THAT everyone support the Bulldogs In the Manatee when needed.
Classics at Bradenton. j I

THAT everyone remember well the true meaning
Elks Club' To Sponsor
of Christmas and think about these word .i.it i

of Matthew Chapter 1. versa 21: "And Special Holiday Dane I
she shall bring forth a son. and thou shalt I
call his name JESUS: for he shall save his Membcra of the Elks Club I
1 have' this week announced' a
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people from their sins. .p
Teenage Dance" dart
THAT you consider these words of Mark Hopkins special lag the ....,.....New Year I I I
'"Certainly, no revolution that has ever 1A N holidays. The dense la being 1
taken place In society can be compared to 4 sponsored by the ....... aullla'y 1i
that which has been produced by the wordsof and will be hell at \i

Jesus. Christ-" the Elks Club building ... De, I .

Pictured above are the four senior high and.. two M. !{
i. junior high student to attiOlnin I nd the State High School Mush will ... furnlehed by I I
iI I Chorus to be held in .January. an orchestra and refreshment I

3L3J. I Ii! Results Of wilt be served I OOODVBAft TIRES WITH EXTRA-MILEAGE RUBBER
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Bull/DfJ ; '- AnnouncedBy Clinic Tryout DECORATE THE GRAVE OF : TUI= SVN



leA T1IY CONVKRS YOUR LOVED ONE WITH A i 'I
Monday December .. It44.eight I nests pmstessals.is esIs1I I
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members .* o.so. shyr w._ 1 ./ ......... lessee. ." ..m.e.. ........ ..a......
MARTHA JO RILL ..,.... CheriM tried I --- :ee I Ii
COVER and MARKERby :
pans hi the State Chase 1'1 GRAVE
School Charts* at :::

Hello everybody ...... High $ .-&. The tryewt :
Areal the DuUdoaf* fabuUus ...... Brett** a .d SteveLewto hetd from sun. to a ..... I i 2 .19 224 2 30 ]
? They really played a anar.Whaua had m date laet week.: Trytag wit fer aotirame., alt*,! Fred S. Azure I tlN
c:***). agfeOsMt River... sad a. did Asfthra Kay EU tenor, and bees pert were
view FrMay aught. Ceagrahdax. lee od TenMny Dale ........ Nancy Yaws. Lteda Stewart.Jmr r .. .
.. .... ,rrr. a W 5f.r t..re M'--- M *Kit ,a
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t w e V'LK'1r _
Crawl 'esoced Jlay. .. this elana. ere week I ---. Edward Maaeaesv DevtdPlpeJn. !
Ride was a Mg ----. AD ., the --t that a .. DesMty Jnhsieiin. std Cover and Marker
hoes wed seat et/al.d ..... ., gaO vteJted ewe ., the DrtverEdeeeth.t fiery Whnsxy. Lees .4y Ewe I and Colored Marble
NO MONiY DOWN ON SHILL CREDIT CARD
leg a sa.refsis. u-c terse tlinrs. -.'1."I,......... were aliened to DIUs. .1
., Wo.-b. ,eat w.ces sese 1 w..n it a ..* pU It WM a: the exher atudewte wh trted'ewt .. : i: Tops. >, .
a..a.r sad Pvte .......*. pisses' (Duaa SIM feet M.' win serve s* atlerawte, 1 1r HATIOM-WIOC. .HO ilMlf- .uA..n.

I Cherrt Dewnead. and Mike I I kaw the dlfereewet) (The raw .......... to ,... Gray and White ..r..".mr.tet Sr. a--- -see. -r ecces .e-...-?Ioe_..... --....*<-.,.>.*..''.
Cechra. Donaa ... Devte andasMfy Have ye. tit wo a letterto eeseait DK9 .! C&srie this I Grove Cover _...___-. .. ____ __.. __ II
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rsrN". trt ....... c.n.a rdDa ,.'U .... feet JsrhsMMrUS dwrtosr the day ALL WORK IS COMPLETELY I II
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teat.d .a tile .....u.. 'nw7. hove betb .. dat/ag ..ee frwa Ar...dt. wUI ..... I II. STIlL REINFORCED.intlMgtrgOf C
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Board Asks Smaller, Better |8A The ARCADIAN __ Tuesday December 15,1964T
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2-Year BudgetAt Fruit This Year I DeSoto High In .


Myakka\ Park Over 196364"Better : I Bid For Fourth

than last year" Is the | -
way Howard Sorrells. of Sor i I DeS )U> High's BulldogsI
Tallahassee The Florida reI''"' Packing Company, describes -I I I sough their fourth win in, five
Board of Parks has sent to orange and tangerine JAMES M. EDWARDS st-ir last night in a road
the State Budget Director a I Funeral 'I 1 lest at Clewiston. Leading the
r production: in this area. services will be held I'
two-year budget request for 'Oranftes are a bit smaller In Now Castle Penn.. for.:lucals was flashy guard Rick
Myakka River State Park to. due to dry weather and a larger James M. Edwards 78. who,Dodd. who has paced the last
tailing slightly more than $275- crop this year" Sorrells died suddenly at the Arcadia two Bulldog victories by dump.
500 said. Tangerines are about shuffleboard Courts Monday Ing In more than 30 points in
According to State Parks Ol. normal. Sorrells Brothers, afternoon December 7. each game. The latest win
rector N. E. Bill Miller this I ij who ship to wholesalers and Mr. Edwards was born In came Friday night over Sara
request Is part of the $8.8 F ) j.q I 7 7gr chain stores in the eastern Unit_ Beaver Fells Penn.. August iota Rlverview by 6739. The
mU.icn: state-wide budget tho ed States, are one of DeSotoCounty's 31, 1886 and was spending his Rivervlew Jayvees' won the
Pat',c Board has prepared to <: largest packing plants. second winter In. Arcadia. He opener by' a whopping 73.13
provide the minimum upkeepand Fruit estimates, statewide was a Mason and a memberof count.
operating needs of the 84 has been set at 81,000.000 boxes the Brotherhood of R. R. Arcadia Trawick 6.1_13.
parka in Florida's system and of oranges for the 64.65 sea- Shop Craft Supervisors. Hysler 0-2-2. Hollingsworth
at tha: same time to meet some son. with 39-milion of these lie is survived by his daughter 0-2-2, Smith 1-3-5. Hamilton .
of the ever Increasing public early: and mid-season oranges Mrs.\ David R. Vaneman of 2.2-6, McKinney 1-0.-2.
demand for additional out. 39..million valenclas: and 3,600. New Castle Pa.; two sisters, Dodd 11-8-30, Palmer 0. Col.
door recreational facilities. COO Temples. Miss Margaret Edwards of Arcadia Ibis 2.0--4. Mardis 102.
The Myakka River State Tangerines have been cstl. and Miss Josephine Edwards Totals: 241867.
Park request Includes nearly mated at 4,200,000 boxes for of New Castle.
$200,000: for salaries operating the state with a total of all Remains were shipped to bert Lee Summer na. James
expenses and equipment.The citrus: for the state over 118. New Castle for burial. Van Hall. W. W. Benton and Vern.
remainder of the re million. Petten Funeral Home was In on Warner. Honorary: Harold
quest is'for a number of deve. The citrus crop estimate for charge of arrangements. Garner Lonnie Watson Joe
lop'nent and construction pro- the season had been set too I Morton Henry Barrow. Lloyd
Jects including picnic and bar high and was reduced by over EWFLL EDMOND STEWART Holton and Dana Jones.

becue shelters, picnic area, million boxes by the Flor. I FUneral services were held -
ranger residence boat ramp ida Crop and Livestock Re. Dec. 14 at Robarts-Grady Cha CHARLES N. MILLER 1
and dock, and roads and park. porting Service. Orange prices pel for Ewell Edmond Ste. Funeral services were heldat
Inc ureas. range to $3.00 per box and tan. wart Oak Crest Subdivision, the St. Paul's Catholic
Miller added that If these gerlnes to about $3.50. who died at his home December Church: Dec. 12 for CharlesN. .
developments are approved i 10. Miller who died Dec. 9. In
thin park would require a 15 Mr. Stewart was born In the Veteran's Hospital in Cor.
man staff. The purk .is located Whidden With I Sapp Georgia Feb. 10, 1902 al Gables. Father R. K. Bro.
West of Arcadia on the Sara. {and had moved back here hamer officiated

iota hlfihway. 7th Fleet On from Miami after he became Mr. Miller was born.Oct.: 21,
Before this budget can be. disabled working In a cement' 1895 in Iroquois. 111., and came
come a reality, it must be re. USS Coral Sea ,plant. lie was a member of to Arcadia nine yean ago. He

viewed and approved by the {:'& + the Baptist Church.: was a retired attorney.
Budget Director: the State Cab. USS CORAL SEA (CVA. He Is survived by his wife He is survived by' his wife
met, and the appropriations ROAD TO PEACE AND QUIET in Myakkn State and the Park Board is asking a two-year budget to 43)) FHTNC) Dec. 3 Mar. f ]Mrs.! OWe Stewart of Arcadia; Mrs. Louise Miller of Arcadia;
committees of the 1903 Legis ark where hunting la prohibited and flatting eninstall more camp-Bites, ramps and picnic areas. Ine First Sergeant Richard M.' one daughter Mrs. R. E. Mil. his children Charles Miller of

lature. couraged. The Park 1 Is about 1EOO square mile. Whidden son of Mrs. J. L.IVhldden ler. Cocoa Florida; four bro. Gainesville; Harry Miller.
-- of Arcadia. Fla., is thers. Emory of Arcadia; Roy Washington. D. C.; Gregory
. Collcction' At'-70-P ; --1 serving aboard the attack .11'// W. of Tampa; Edward of Kis- I Miller. Tampa and Mrs.\ Dun.
Tax In Cent
City, County Senator-Elect Doyle Carlton :craft carrier USS Coral Sea simmee; and H. J. Stewartof can Gammaae'of Arcadia; one
operating with the U. S. Seventh : San Bernedlna.! Cal.; four brother Victor Miller and one
County taxes are approximately three per cent discount and ,, 70 per cent, with the heaviest I Fleet In the Far East.' sisters Mrs. John 1U'radon. sister Miss\ Clara Miller, bothof
70 per cent collected, Brown urge that owners take I 1'run during the latter part of,I Meets With Commissioners While with the Seventh Fleet. Altha; Mrs. Jonnie Jack Pun. ( Anna llLInterment
according to Qultmon{ Brown! advantage of this dIscount. I November to take advantage of I Coral Sea's crew members will ta Gorda; Mrs. Lewis Morton,) was in Oak Ridge
|, In the City Margaret Way I their three per cent discount. I visit such ports as Pearl liar.'I' Winter Haven and Mrs. Man Cemetery', Saturday with Ro.
County Tax CoU.elor.On city recorder, nays that city December carries a two percent Senator.elect Doyle Carlton maintained the roads. To tx>r, Hawaii; Guam; Sublc Bay I uel Bondl. Tampa; and five barts-Grady Funeral Home in
real estate, the tax rolls about discount the Jr., of Hardee County, appear. reach the property from Arcadia
I taxes are running also for city, January In the Philippine Islands; the grand children and two great- charge of arrangements.
cal] for '301, 34.92 ii: total as. the first !
only' one per cent and ed before the regular sessionof one must turp British Crown Colony of Hong, grand.children. Active pallbearers: George
sessments and Brown's office ) February at net.Merchants. the DeSoto CoCunty Boardof right-hand road past Horse Kong Yokosuka. Sanebo. Iwa. Interment was In Joshua Stcnebraker. Charles Dirr. Will
I ;
has collected .2 5TOI.60 as of Sheriff Holton
-- -------- Commissioners to discuss a Creek: on the Sarasota high
Sammie Smith, Horace
Rand
cunl and Beppu. Japan. ,Creek Cemetery with
December 1. On intangible I gate across a county road that way' The ton whichIs Grady Funeral Home Hill Walter Beeles. Honorary:
!' 63.000 carrier ,
totalled Nabs Tire Theft To Be'BabySitters'
property, assessments '
and
he other property owners Carlton said that at the 973 feet In length U equal to I of arrangements. RobartS.j George Hunt, Marlon Parker
7432.32 and of that amount have put up to protect their point where the gate Is Installed of bulldog. Acttve pallbearers: W. H. Tinsley and J. S. Maas.sen. .
I he: height a 20 Story
Duo In Arcadia
$5,3274)3) has b en collected. the Hardee.De.Soo .
I property near he did no know whet Griffin Woodrow Griffin. Ro- .
Prompt' payment' of taxes as.sures Two men pled guilty before, I County line. her it was Hardee or DeSoto ._. i
property owners of a that in all his County', and that he didn't
County Judge Gordon Hays I I IMond.1' Hey Mom plan on gMonday Stalng acreage
substantial reduction, with a
afternoon to a charg*!' he had left unrestricted areasso think either wanted to claimIt.
In
tour cent discount In Nov. morning
per that people would have access .
larceny of automobile tires Are.-I
ember, three par cent In Dec.ember from Arcadia Motors It was dia. to hunting areas, and The County Commissionersvoted
New Samsonite Silhouette"ON
In January, one Downtown merchants on that'
two
: here that on he had
reported today by Sheriff any property to let the property own-
In February and net In March Lloyd Holton. I day will sponsor a 2'i hour under fence he would allow era maintain the padlockedgate
March 31st is deadline and baby sitting service at.. the I'I'I'r those entrance to have
One of the men. John In. seeking to protect heir proper. Christmas
taxes become delinquent after \ gertolt. was assistant part'smanager DeSoto Theatre. The doors will keys. Carlton told the Com- ties. $
k I9a95
that datt. for the company', and | swing. open at 8:30: am., and mlsvloners that he hold already Carlton than approached the pa Special ",.,. ...
Payment of taxes before Iht starting at 10 a two-hour
pro.
found dead from
one cow a
had been aelllng tires to a Commissioners the new Bi
month of December la out can' ,, gram cf movies will get un.derwa1' rifle bullet, and he found It on
brie ul, Ray Webb who In
1 hospital Investigation ,
County
still net property ownersPEOPLE a /ON JANUARY 1 THE PRICE
"
for cattle to
t turn resold the tires lorI necessary areas and asked., for permission to
I There Is admlslson V GOES UP TO $25.00 J '
profit. I no charge be under key. meet with them again after
Sheriff Holton. on an undl.- I no box tops, or bottle caps He stated that all property the first of the year when the
DO closed lip picked up Webb i: to turn In.Supporting. I owners In the area were lit feasibiliy study of either a Bl I
who confesed and named: In. the DcSoto The*. I I agreement with him and that County' hospital or wo one. I
I READ I frrsoll as his partner In the Ire In this worthwhile project he and the property ownersof county' hospitals would bo Brand new
SMALL ADS I dal. Both men pled guiltyto are a score of downtown merchants commended.At 1'0-1 and '

LIKE THIS' ONE charge of larceny and were who apparently know ;, all Santa Claus will be at present a Hill-Burton
I given four straight months In how much easier It is for Mom' the that;> Remember the survey of Htirdee and DeSoto big enough i
Per
$1 W.ek
Reach a.OOO a Readers the County stockade at Cu. to shop without the kiddies. 'day Is next Monday morning County' to determine their hospital for her '
I
_. bltls. And here's the biggest secret at the DeSoto Theatre. need. Under the 11111.I ) i U" Jetpak I II
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I Burton act, approximately SO I carries everything j
I'GENERAL | per cent of the cost of construction forum* '

of a hospital wouldbe tL e .
avallal4 from federal 7 n+4.' 7MY wv r 1
funds. The other half would

o come funds. from local and county Brand new !

t Carlton told the commission. and !
on that It was paramount that
both OcSoto. and Hanlee Coun. small enough !
r _
in of
ties be thinking terms ", for him
Improved hospUl facilities or If*Jet ek dip easily' }
that in two or three years Brand '"idie"ia Jet se"' I I
< they would find themselves' new
ELECTRIC 11 facing -embarassing situs.Uon. and
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LOWEST OPERATING COST! lie also Baked the Commission smart enough

to meet with him on any for both

Proven In tests with 6 competi 'r proposed>> legislature they. Chat(ifl for nther
sought from the coming meetIng
tive "no-frost" models based on 1r' lYl i .f 1 of the State legislature to'!'

G.E. laboratory testing under extreme c.tA which Carlton U Senator-
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elect representing both roun
Gulf States summer usago ties lie sated that he reeUsed ,
conditions. Other brands tested the great need of four lanlng I I
11 through Arcadia
Highway
cost 6% to 76% more to operate! to Barlow and that b.* knew h'a

Come In for proof I I the Commlslsvners agr e\i
,, with him. I
The Commissioners Invited
;i him to return to meet with
BIGGEST FREEZER!
them al any time and agreed
that they should get together I
HOLDS UP TO 126 LBS for road project' In the area.,

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.OF FROZEN FOOD! I
t
At TAG
Parkyn I

Much more room for frozen foods ,. ,. '

than in any other leading com I Wins Airman Of

parable refrigerator! Meets to. ;

day's needs for bigger freezer Month Award


space at home! f j Airman Second Class '

Charles L. Iakyn. sea of Mr. :
Slide-Out Shelf 2 Porcelain and )I,.. W T. Parkyn ef an A oft et? toggles Is a tA try. le.....inclUTy. ? Irt. *-....IIe.. es_ 3ergsl. Dai aaf
Enamel e I g I N C. Oak Si. Arcadia fU_ .a>pied Cor. a .*ct* U ef f.a er --.yit skeo .... a >Ie seat ..*.> ai iMe an-nL 1eepet
Vegetable Drawers fcae tees selected OwtstaSMtiasj IIa all anifcia ..... Sorft red __ r>. *- ....... 'nrnmmTbe ".... ..D.Ilia ,
Coppertone Colors or White Amass ., the MMtUk .. ttt ...... ........ te ... ili.act, 5--ln S.Th..eoe .... Seat ,ew r-- Mswlas Nl
I Tactic Air Oauu.x>4 (TAC) .. .ey. M /I owpiw asat-g M lss tarisrsa.k. l ts..&.

Malt at U h.. Am Art*. Nil at OaJsrtf Ory.. Deer> OQW.. ......... 6*&hr s.J ..u toe ....Boise eeess6wed ......
Alrmaat r awtooiMrepaanita
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THE BULLDOG'S BARK


Published weekly by the newspaper staff ofDeS"to Bark .'

y County High School!, Arcadia Florida...



Betty Gaskins Connie Associate McCormickEditorinChief Editor i DHS Candidates


Jayne Dozier _____ Business Manage* Carolyn Evans DItS '.
Martha Jo Hill __.__ Social Secretary I I
Diane Montgomery __-__ Exchange Miss Sidney Anderson _. .
Calvin Clous Photographer faculty By Classes
Editorial A -tsen Lew Hastier Rupert Smith I


EDITORIALBy Exchange ColumnBy class meeting Shctla Ooker 1941, and Ton
11, DeSoto da Waters IM3
Only. high stten.I .
one junior
DIANE School student
RUPERT SMITH ,, ', and ..,,\h I dart for the coronation WAS
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DONT DESPAIR; LIFE I elected Friday, and this atten
"Here come the Santa Clauses No it's not a BITTER elected their slant WAS eighth grader Carrie ..
misprint, it's just the trend. In the past five years CONTAINS Miaa DHS for '' Gunter A freshmen at.

approximately one month before Christmas thousandsof Do you ever have one I I tendtnt' will be elected- at at
bearded "helpers" converge upon the country to those days when the \ I candklatea, j later date,
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supposedly convey the yuletide spirit. There is one WORLD Is against: YOU? a nominated' The seven senior. high schoolgirls

in every toy store no matter how small. Their main Nothing seems to go & Denmeed. : will have their pictures
purpose is to sell fantastic tuys. Toys that no longer You find yourself to ..contest.l I i submitted to .Mr. Dick' Pope,
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HITS !
cost five and ten dollars but mechanical marvels that you had stayed In general' manager of the world
and sophomore famous, Cypress Gardens. Mr.
that are priced at at least dollars. You've this morning. .
fifty
seen \ ., .. each
,. IV>pe and hla staff will choose
them. Giant battle ships that the little fellow can Nobody has problems chase are Sue Mtus DII8 and two runners.
sail in the bathtub. Why some of those boats are so are as big aa yours are Hetty Oanklns.. up In the Miss DHS content
big that the kid can't even get in the tub with it. body la as broke as you ; )' ", class. are Coronation of Mlsa DHS will
Another fantastic toy is the realistic Mighty Mo can Nobody has parents as mean and Cindy be held' during the month of

non. It's so life-sized that if your neighbor saw it in yours are.low Nobody as yours got was.It a Ja.... -y. The MI.... 1)114 ceo
grade aa
your front yard he'd think you were trying to over- is human nature to Hosier I. cur lest Is i|>ottintred, by the Growl
aa Miss DHS staff and the Mlna. DHS chosen
throw the force. The is
government by emphasis of problem as the
your l>> holdera of the .
will.
of the
reign a
really on size, if it's not lifesize it's no good. But but Just compare your I Hobble. queen *
I ; are 43 Growl as well as the .a
the aren't the who these blems to who Is |
someone
boys only ones can get
> Arn.lt ItMII school' ".'1'.
wonderful toys. The toy industry has brought over- ly In despair. How would l I i i ,..
sized dolls for your little girl. They have gone from like to trade places with
the Tiny Thumbalina doll to the Giant Thumba doll. one In China, for To Participate

A doll that stands five and a half feet tall. Wind it See. your problems. are t<< Ion
appearing already.Whenever
up and it walks and talks.. It.. like having another I feel Classics

member of the family. ed by my worries, I try to
All of this is just an example of the commercializing pare myself with someone I .. basketball the lath will play for the
of Christmas. The toy stores aren't the onlyIZce is worse off than I am. It ma ", .In Idle tur thamplonshlp on December 2Uat
you see these makeshift merrymakers they are not solve my problems, but ,i holidays.. goe: .
on every street corner they're in parades. It wouldn'tbe help my morale."Cheer ; practice Mon
so bad if these jolly fellows looked the part but up things could .. of next
I DecorationsContest
worse" may be a trite : for the Man
practically one see has a ragged beard a
every you
but there Is a lot of truth .. be held In I
pointed nose or looks like he just got off a ten year a* X* Held
moral support In those : and' III>>
diet. The best looking Santa I have seen was on a Nothing positive will hap / 3. the Hull 1'
cigarette commercial on TV. By the way. did you if you have a negative ..p.pro.ch. Palmetto High By FHA ClubLast
know that the Jolly Old Elf is giving everybody cigarettes the Manatee. I'I
this year? Helen Steiner Rice, a I .. ". The, week. s ChrUlmaa de.
Christmas should not be a time for commercial- Inspirational writer, sums I : be between i' roratlona eorrfest was Introduced "
ism it should be a time to think of the other fellow, life' hardship in a I 1 Manatee. .I'I'I J al DeHatn High Npon.
II sorest' the Future
time to spread cheer and goodwill. Go little out way that could be mlortln I by Home
a a out the Ifltb ,.
time : : : : : makers of America. Us pu
the next
to I
of your way to be nice to people. It won't take too have you of "those days: 1 Winter Haven I 11'''. wad tu promote Christ..
much effort and you will be surprised at the satisfaction one 1 I and the '! mae decnratlona In the class
"Everything by 1w.l I
it will bring to you. When you buy gifts think ison. I will be rooms. The contest was open tu
not of what benefits you are going to get by giving Both the Bitter and mp.r.1 / of the two all homermtma and stars.. who
someone a present but think of it as a remembranceof Sweet. wished' to enter.
a good friendship or as a token of love. And It take a bit of both of the games The rvoma ware Judged. mt
Don't forget about religion either; after all, the them I beauty. orlgltiallty.. craallveneaa. .
f founding of Christmas is based on religion. A time To make our lives complete:j | PnICCS and Christina aaphere .
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should be set aside to go to the church of your choice The thought of this I"i 4.t OH* Judged by three ju.ls.on
Tuesday of this week
and thank God for all the blessings you have received Fort come Lauderdale from The High School.Florida. SIACON three prl... were given. The

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during the past year. first prima WM five dollars'' ,
Be thankful for Christmas it only comes oncea II the seearwl., two dollars, ant
year. Take advantage of it. Not for commercial *_ the third, am. dollar, Al .UK
p-,je pus i feuUfor thtnirrr greater significance: Befrnr -- { + t : those ."r plebll.......* the ee.. -

with'your-family' for.'Instance: it'a not every day test winner. ..were.. unknewn.EALi1J..
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that you can set together aa a whole. Gather around ::: I -
the Christmas tree and exchange memories go to i
church together and then settle down for a great I
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Christmas. dinner.
Tea. commercialism is present and will be In ; "
years to come but don't let material thing dominatethe .1 I
real things Christmas signifies; thoughtfulness, I II

I kindness love and the birth of our Saviour. i" I I I II


I TUB BARK STAFF SUGGESTS : I I II

THAT everyone support the Bulldogs in the Manatee ,
, Classics at Bradenton. 1

i. THAT everyone remember well the true meaning I
of Christmas and think about these words

of Matthew Chapter 1. verse) 21: "And
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she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt x. : \ I I
call his name JESUS; for he shall save his ? ; ,
people from their sins." t. I
THAT you consider these words of Mark Hopkins. / II
Certainly, no revolution that has ever : I
taken place In society can be compared to j
that which has been produced by the wordsof t

Jesus Christ. i! I ii
Pictured above
I junior high students arc to iJ i

Clinin Chorus to be held I J



111lo4)5 .. ; Announced Clinic Results Tryout Of j I'' ii i i: : S N..ft .




.21. By KATHY COMVEXSMonday I 1
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Areat the. DwIIdesT. fataO.us 1--Heteat Btatteu cud Steve'ted frees S pus .. MVJB*. I 24 230
They really pUyed' a awe aaal a date. last week Trytavg eat far eups..... al- I ;
...." gars agsWawt KJeer.view I..... a* did Ass bes fCay 11I. '-'-. sad .... gr,4 .. :
rrtaVay' aig&t. Oaigystails ., ... Tswswy Dale ......... JII-.r Y--. Laxia Stewart.Xatky' '' .
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Jars ew latw erwee.+ Tkr., Daeraa knee bass bates' + ..-- A.r.t. WIll ..... I II
safe Ntase .. aa t.trpasstde t W- --j. J.+.ary .... ....... Ease .are. i
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28 The ARCADIAN TueJaj''; D ti i is, 196.t .. _. ,
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Dog trades, $cKids I i> tioil't Mix a k street, arid. barelygrazes
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The time has come for the city to catered and tagged, mu.n be kept off ,a ; to Mr. and Mrs

nurfe forcefully against a situation on the school grbund In ret nt months, ''sk P.V.. Harward of Ar-
the west side school grounds that is doff packs, running together for a rea s St'
btcomintr; more critical t as child and dog son most adult. are familiar with have cadia. ( Photo)

population grow together.We been responsible for two local children 't t U

are speaking, about dog packs (being biittn and a number of others _________t __ k"
that have the run of> the playground. being frightened. .

They pr&e'ht a particularly keen threat In another Florida city, a group :-

to elementary school age children because of three 2nd'' graders were intcrrupte: a -

these youngsters'! don't have the on their way to school By1 a pack of L- : ..-
experience, Judgment and commons eight doga. The- doge surrounded the

s tu'hafltlle' I ddgrf of 'assorted 'i ue, children' und tertorfied. them with theirin ..

pedlgr! ; ; ana disposition lumpedf to*, and out tactics, *Chapping'and snarling
gciher' ;; Yet these1 1 children are m'ore all.I t/ie while, ,It was not till a pasMcrby .

oven than not those that are naturally; HtuppvU his' car, and.dl"pelled". the

\ .C.tail'wagg; ng mutts, largeand' pack by throwing rocks',tha't the children

small.l i could get by. .

Before we go further we should This to be sure lit n rare ck8e. but
make it plain that the Arcadian editor It dot-s. illustrate the menace or dug<>

love*' dog as much or- more than 'the1 julcks"n) | the proximity of young school

next man. He had known- 'and 'tMn d' cMIldrcif Usually t4eVer( 1' of tile1 dogs

dotty frbrh his toddle- days s* right Uri in a* pack arts, not registered which 'Incfe.Wi -
td..tlieVr tfu\t. Thd 6" 'hava iiiclUded mightilr, potential danget*

MrdddkA (setter a.n"df' painters)"j, Irish from. i\ bite. '...
6ctt4rt&! ,\ Variety, ofurge/ and small l .The only reasdiinble oltltldn l IK fora
fptlowing< ,'them, that'i were impossible city employee serving as dog catcherto

to classify and more recently an 80- impound ail, the ntiirrlals-" runningIn --' -.' -........- -- ---Y
;flidClr-"TFie\, l br i'
poosd, half Collie and half Shepherd. a pack on the school grounds.$ 'IhU : a* Verde:iY: 30rdnnlOny; ...lnnrr is -nJ.l' arnorriont f t? 4'
Thus we know some of the dog dwtter' those registered y
means arid not regltereil. .-*-
Florida J Motor, discusses the accident with by-
problems/ and more' important we We' this ob-
e sure will meet
knbw how ertiel 1 it cah be tb keep a' dog jtctibhs; from the dbg bwneW: whcfn thug All-Hound.'nntl.... BOT Truck; Company driver" Colcmuh out bf Auburnddle Cain; driving! offer for
chained confined t to n small not hilVe to their
dnd
pen go get dog prty a '
ed to the slight damage out of hid own
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much l larger than he f js. of I is l.for
couple bucks! title) rJJllt.Jt safer pocket. : WOK chargt.d with failure to have MA i:
Yet dogs, even those f properly reg. than having a maimed child. vehicle, under l control. (Staff Photo) "

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. Adams Will Be Around A While' I .LETTERS.. TOr_tHE EDITdk News$ I

lJ I From Owens
JbrTd: ? Secretary: of4 State. TomAitama State. .. .3 Apology) Td democrat

(/ i is likely( to stay in Tallahassee Here Jrt the latest --.- J' J .. ... ..- -......- .
4 Pi'.ch Lane the roadside Dr. Schweitzer
a good long time. A .1'ENNY SAVEf) Saugcryic N Y 12477 oust also b: soft oi' Commuii- Attend Meeting over untif early' Friday P.M''I'Cltt, arrived VcdrTesday night

We, have heard hlfn speak before After" {keepingtcareful: records fornliie Nov ;J4., 19U-I lam: had he backed Moi..t Rev Bud Gillett, Bill Coulter Mr. and Mrs. Jakie New. to spend Thanksgiving with
civic groups) t couple>>l of times, and we motiths on the cost, ,of .operating The Arcadian I'tshontba, ode diplomats doubt. t and Mrs. Hay Stroblu attended some and children paid a short 1 their parent Mr. and Mrs E.
have'' talked..with hint Ih smaller groups,, a light twin-engine aircraft* the office Letters to less wuutd have listened. : and the Peace River Udp. call on their aunt Mr*. J, F., .H. Little and son. Sydney.
only a hal '-c.1ozen or so. lie handles of Secretary) of Htate has determined The Editor: Dr. Carlson aid a score ulabels ( list Assoclutlon Sunday school: Thiep M n d the Addison Mr. Dart Ganus and son
not hive been meeting held In Punta Cords f Thursday afternoon. Charles of St. Petersburg via
slauzhttrcd
himself well.ijMr I. that such u plane.can be operated at it 1 have ulw iy* believed} In : <
l IxUsenger mile rate 23 per cent less, fair play: now I feel that I today irt S ..nleyvUle.No' First Baptist Church Tuesday Com. Hogs DeerMr. ited Mr. GatiM sister and bro
... \ :::, Adams o, has tHe; necenrfdryjroou than the established 1 state ''rates'' for owe the Democrat: a sincere t do not think wa cars night Nov.. 24th. A round table Harold Garner was one thei''I: 1.law Mr. and Mrs. Lee
(J look and pleasant personalitywhich l such rhttldtt. apology, especially: the DeSoto t blamo either political partyfor discussion: on Sunday of the luckiest-: hunter we Wilson THariksgivlng day. They
must always be a j jf 1itlcian's trart'p entered Democrats, who made it posible all the Increase of crime, hoo.a.ridarda.: was led by have heard of this year .. h. were. accompanied here by
Accordliitfty. this, offlcd HUs Mr Lee and
Mary
stock in trade;. .wfiJcH fur Goldwalcr to curry but unbelief has greatly In- Rev. Tom E. Capell.. with' Mrs. got a nice dver So he and McCulters
into' it leiue provides. uir transportation Dauahtrey son Dohhls, of Tampa .who are
\ Jerry Mrs. Ro.
the County; even the State cruised in our nation. If a Mri. Garner and their chI!.
(nut ptfrndp 1+ cvfcii mote important for office employees lor'of Bert Sorrels' Mr. W. L. tide daughter: and grandson of
gall httn a heavy vote. Since (man thinks he Is only a high. dreri, Mr. and Mr. Eddie Garner .
iri his sucpetU is his attention M saTIng ficial. uric at a cost.of 7.5 cents per passpngtr' the; Congress Is so heavily Democratic. ly evoliited animal he is sure Wood and Rev.- Gillett as pan. ; Dart and Michelle ahd : th. Wilson.

the twxpayer'it' money Adams Lets mile, This compares with the I blamed them fur to act like a beast at least occasionally. ellsU. Alsd a film. "Workers Mr. and Mr. Donald Collier II Oystering Foils
put" 'a monthly newssheet bf hirf IV( centw d passenger mile rate for tine' the frightful Increase: la crimeIn Even, wicked men sown. with, God" was and son Don. Jr.. enjoyed a Mr. Iiarmon Johnson and
vitiea and those of his .office of the knew that there ; which: all enjoyed. dinner Ray Stroble enjoyed *n -outing
; going. available .state. lIan..wJth .M 20 ceht last few year* once ; was a picnic In their
primarily to news media: about the sidtu.! I per mile minimum'' charge"( on "torsos Thu ltepubllcani: : had a great God and that He 'was Just Mrs. Clara Stroble and Mrs. I ture Thursday. pal-I I and picrii lunch on the Bay
Rarely do you rice one that doesn't .1.nN and 30 cents on' others. The platform but they proved waiting for them to repent and Ray Stroble called on Mr*. : Mr' .arid Mr!. Harmon near Puqta Oorda Saturday
hMVfl'! some evldenbb of old fashioned allowable rote for automobile themselves aa unable to buck trust in his Son so that He Kate Miller who was spendingThanksgiving son and son Buddy to get. some oyster The weather .
: travel (Is
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with cod were'not'so
a strong program nut are; the might be Gracious unto them.. Wednesday night to spend tide good
thrift fU f itrnctlced by our Secretary of also 10) cents per mile. most Mr. and Mrs. Verne Essick so they not have toe much
..... Northern Democrats. And men I believe, ex. Thanksgiving weekend with did
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r Our cattlemen Insist on peeled to repent before they and sons' and- relatives. In Arcadla. Mrs. J. G. Johnson and iuccesi.
handling their own problems, died. Now many are wanderIng Family. Joining them Thurs. Rev. Giilett returned her

Ik ; News From Ona without Government In such a miasma of doubt ,.. Joins Hunting Party ,tlay .were Mr. and Mrs. Her. Sunday after spending Thank'
$ : .; d''.. I hoped tome of them that they teem almost devoid; Mr; end Mr Due- Johnson; ,bert Roberts and children giving' galls lusamUy h Par.
; _h.< .. state. were ready: to act out I the lose of faith, bfm.n. ; Cecil JoHosort and friend of and Mr. and Mrs. Gor. Marhr: Rogers ;witn-him for the
ny MRS. M'ABRY. MURPHY. "t .Mrs. Lorraine Albritton and I Mr. and Mtn. Carl Harley from under Oov. control, butt can be charged to the, Jupiter came Wednesday 16 doe Johnson of Arcadia.: d."... We were all glad' to have
Sorry td report that Mr and}'Mr*. Wayne Allen visited Mr.I,',I visited Trouper and Mrs. Ralph look hke they have fallen ready acceptance of the Darwinian enjoy some hunting and and J.ln. Herman Me- Mark with u*: lf\.out*. services
I Mr. ,Cubb Hunter have mov Emory Crew of Avon Park[ Hough and Stavle of Clearwater is love* with subsidies they]I theory of evolution. It Thanksgiving with" their1 mother kMr.' and two children .of They were the dinner guestsOf
ed their trailer to the Lily. and also. visited in Brad en ton recently.Singing now receive At least thvyl! seems; we must have some Mr*. If. G, Johnson and Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Genett the Ray StroW_.
Limestone .ar... lat, week. 'Convention did not back: Ooldwater It mail eitcuse> before we are family. They irefe joined on and two children of Ar. We were very glad to bar
'Mr*. IMcky i fox relurrtldhome 'Bllf 1 Wolfe. Billy Walker'I may b, they did not relish hU I able to comfortably renege In Thursday by Mn and Mr. t tad la were dinner gUesta of Mr. and Mr*. Harmon John
last week ,after visitingla and Mr. and Mr. Tom Platt December IBth and 20th, determination to see that pray our service I to God. Even Dar. Ben Robertson of Pine Island their parents Mr. and Mrs: son and 'son BUddy, also with
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Tampa ,with Mr. and- Mrs. and1 friend,front Georgia'went the "lard County Singing er and the Bible were restoredIn win seamed surprised that his for a picnic dinner In the Melvin Scott and son Pug Us In our Worship service'
Convention will be held
1JII1 Shower hunting at Lake Placid last at our schools" theory wa so- widely accepted woods. The Itoberton left late Thanksgiving.Mr Sunday mooing:
Guest"* 'of Mri.,Lei* Harrison '. Thursday till Sunday... and I the One Baptist Church We have, a* a nation tone Ill. nurse for his last sickness Thursday for their home. Mr*. and Mrs. Wayne Little j Also attending the evening
J last ;B \urday were. her brought) bacK d bear The bear Everyone plan on coming and far down the socialist trail saidI never wanted to be I Dce Johnson 'end Roy stayed' and three children of Plant (Continued on page .* B)
brother, Franklyn Farabee of enjoying the wonderful sing great'II' left alone with
; was shot by Billy Walker. Would like to expres again; a dying
t lieu Gallte. her mother Mr*.t This is the second bear killed ing. appreciation' fur your town and Infidel-. What an end! -.r P@E'i;; = -T i i'''." .=xr.-s : t ni ilWHERE'S l
Mr. and Mr. Walker .
Salli Farabee and Mr. and this season.tire. Elbert your choice' of Quest Editor. I I'al. RespectfullyFred --- : ..
Mr*. Wayne: Shelter, all of Let Ilarrelson was and family of Arcadia visitedMr. .. J. Edgar Hoover's In the C. Myer .
I and Mrs Frank WalkerSunday.
Avon Park, In Lakeland on business Wednesday Nov. 12 Arcadian I* surely to Arcadia a> Saugertie N. Y. I
Mr*. Granvllle; tMWIa.:1: and In Winter Ha. the point. In another recent .,
Canal Bob Trlpp and Mabry Murphy
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Yen on Sunday article, he upbraided parentsfor I
Mrs Mabry Murphy and family I Rev, Henry Sloan and grand visited Mr and Mrs. John not teaching their children Thanks!
Payne and boy of Bradenton %
over' the weekend.' daughter Bonnie Luna of Baa. a proper respect for the var-
Mr. and Mr*. Howard K.. singer visited relative and Sunday.Mr.. and. Mr*. Jack Murphy letle and making them understand 'II 'To the Editor .(, (j3e THE CASH I,
ton visited Mr. and Mrs. J. C. '
Mr. and Mr, flub Albrltton I that some thing areright Seldcm do people take the
Albrlttoit and Ronnie! Sunday.! and_ Mr. Lela Ilarrelson" and girls went lo Tampa Friday I and some things' arewrong time to thank those who have .
Mr Arnold and Mabry Murphy Thursday. to pick up some hunting ; so they. must act accordingly > helped them. And so It U with "
and boy visited In Area. Idogs.I I Have forgotten his pleasure that we enclose I COMING FROM?
Office" your
,, dim Sunday. .J POST+ Hour I Mr*., Nelly Albritton and Mr. exact words. Dale Evan. Roi i Cerlflcat of Appreciation for !::
Mrs. Kay Allen and Mrs The Ona.Postorfic wilt be "and Mr*. Frank Walker wentto ,
1 *. i gets would agree with Hooverat the outstanding support. In
Lorraine AlbritUm vre InLakeland open raW dy Urt' Werfnetday' Lakeland Friday for Mrs. the clone of her article '-The time Sod effort that wa givento > e ttt -

.Wednesday, and .Saturday. ,until.. Christmas: Walker to see a doctor. She Time When God Cornea (."1_." the It4 Florida Democratic i '
-- -- was supposed to back Sunday
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-- _. published In the November Hegiatratlon Drive./ i iThanks
I to enter the hoaplaL I
A otd& i1UM.fr' td a1MtMkkF ; It i l Mr and Mr. Jack Murphy Otrulan' Herald atv.ver.." to you. this r.gtstra.Ion .
j > t' ind family went to ArcadiaSunday quotation of the founders of drive will go down In the*
our Country, which' recognisethe history of Florida a* one ofour 1--4b
[, to Jackie home
"' .It 1-6734 A.r. apo"h farter spending carry the? weekend luble a* absolutely fund. most successful.
[here amental. In the education of Pest wishes for the holidays -
THt.iuT"'Mri our cltuen Just a couple of and a very prosperous
I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest liar
those quotes: George WashIngton. New Year
'vtll attend of
i DftT CCANiNQ UNIP0/1et' 11INMCLAUN0r1r ; la Cliff WUIU the wedding to Patrick. "It Is Impossible to Sincerely.Jame __ ,! th

.. OIAAIIt' tsvCtLININ ,,:: Blackburn at Felducr: .fast wrek. rightly govern the world with. *. J James
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/IINTAL Ortr CLa"'N4I out Oud and the Bible lor
1 Hunt
Everglades ace Urrely aid: "It .is impossible :
I Mrs. Clatra Harvtll and Mrand to enslave, mentally or'' 'Blunt! W oirdt'TO LJv
Mr. Barney' Fewtt of socially. Bible reading pro.
JUrtow visited Mr and Mr*. ale." The other quotes are THE EDITOR: '
>:>net Harvlll and hays Men equally potent. So any one I think the Itoptiata saodM
May, Barney and Ernest few *'hu say the Constitution UAgainst tale down (V eir motto' la th.. a"I.:4
,'town in his plane tet the EverUde the reading of the B4 church signboard that reads,I
with. Mrs. llsrvtll and Me In the acnooU U doing Many a blunt word baa si b- .
I bar. j.sal, ...g theta Wednesday die venerable) author of that sharp edge. Its getting old. :
lull Sunday Mr. Itarvtll and lore meat a most uncotMctos Duet you .agrte:
I awl tXtonji a ere theproud once *b- dutservlce.' HAMS _JT1HELD1Gdnws !
wlko kUird a deer.Socially. The fact that the students
. Ntei No. tkaaa 2t
j it ailJL voted for the O4 aucn good advice that meat. ft<< Stop wondering -
I Mr. ar*.. Sirs Carl Harley water pUU'''nxt' and SberUfU us c&and to Wok at It aev.eal aDd! have a wonderful
Y {slued. the Albrttton. In Lake .:yd Ilolton rauU say, (sot** Uan each dy.fAnti43iogrtliss.
.Mki, StuMiay. line ago.1.We have na hi. '! CHrfotnuus!J. If budget problems

UCLCUClll ; lor.-a. Med henry and Joovshof .,..... ......... ieg proplIen'a have iou up a trrr. well '
;, 9tJUJa City vested Wr An'edJoIJ"I'eU ....u toe / .. _
Published and air*, flab Albrtret> MealUr the i County help you rtay Santa with a low-coat batik loan. To t'
every Ttn.ndayIn ;
at JOT staff.DeSo
Joe khkig
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Oak l U.et. 1*.0. Uoa $ .des* give fee e '
TO. Arra4a, greet.. ,
uajl nU 1 > cash steal for all the -
icetjlh yea ). gifts :
Hackney' publisner Entered. fteeund Clara )Matte r and alra. At)f blrw odand we aee Clelataesr it tr ksw.dsg" hew %., eperatell a you wool
Uctotoer IT. It]4..at the JN...I, Offkre at Arcadia, Fk rtda,. '' Billy, .visited. '-Cr. sad Mr.. pad b ..... wise the eneeaie, .... lees alleevep5.p.e" u-a&b to rfvK see ". Loeui acrvkv U fast coofldVntljJ. """ .
under Act .,.O> tg_ r4 Marctt" .. IIn.'I Ja.. Murphy amt girta Suav- of earlst was mind uaeCMt 1 will wrtUtaMfclwtute. J.sdlasea fee
Member t",artda ITeM AMOrUUue. NattmMl Editorial \ sea :: W 'gee Dcee.we I e COMPI.tRE n" *tK SefYIc7rTffree&iwaf
AssortaUxet.Advertising. 1 tarry* Adair' Meade D. CWliaatwa'a liter wrL. Yew will find prvonea laou a
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tUprexettaUvea. Pies Ida Pr+te Scrvtre. i Editoe, .. ekkb Iw ... &ii tKmg *. c7 -.-. toy ie UUe Aee>oust. ... Lear Rafe Drpil tt.:.. .
I O.-ea>'Ule,.rVofaiaj AsmtXaai New.Prtwe R.pfeeraealwe, ,last, :Iu.hsd sa e.eerpt frost etAfI 41 war warm tfcar ace lee 1as laRtt Altwtte a II.. .. I.... a Jlaat bg try JIIaJt!
New Yak. New' York, Atlanta. Oeaegla. .
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: MiclMgasi. Guetta *4 Mr. and Mr. Carl ,7t, Albert SckwettMT** boosts.t ee'' paws.r it sees with
i O"fJ.,4. ''k..ht1k Ietat W gv ieel risers. I Ii day We i Thurvoajr were had read esmtigfc .r ass aces %. 40e7 .... Are. agdent asp.e ..
-a. Wdaeen.y "'- Mr' a... Mr M J. AlbrttloraM4 towMkt hi ee ho-Is*$. but i.t'ad *. e.
I. 1'4aar.uIh' oe..r s4.au; ate ......,f\a $22S. CHI e. Lke rtactd Mr --- blaspk.rswy. ........ a.-, lurtt *. Poet etttartaasryway
0"Dtaals..!.Mate wb.crtpltoaa .1.. one >eel. MOO W a and Mrs. J.eut Payee Jr Nw0oys tg.Mlst c.nar. -. toes, J&st .Ip mo .DeS: to N National e'
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4B The ARCADIAN Tuesday, December 15, 196-1 I New Christmas Owens News Totem Pole Is Make Your Own
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Bark
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t'I' Program To Be (Continued rrum page 2-B) I Good Prop For Holiday CandlesFor
I service Stroble. ca"dl '-makJns
E EI were Vernon you *
Held Tomorrow (More Bulldog Bark News on page 1-IJ) Mrs. Thelma Connor of Ar- I Indoor Flowers! need paraffin wax. Don
cadia; Mr. and Mrs. Lester the wax ae!t too hot in melt_
Approximately four weeks Hill and son Lester Jr. of Ft. By POSTELLE DAWSEYThe lag. It, for it will catch fireit t
i go Mrs. Mae Murray, DHS Winder.Mr. becomes too. ,hot. Use a i .nor
t I II Ikrte Ir English teacher asked the stu- Mike Dye of Tallahassee texture:: and leaf pat- can with tall sides or u e .
lent body for volunteers to was here with his wife tern make the philodendrons a double boiler for even niir,,.
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work on a Christmas programto Joan and divided his time with cxctll.-n decorative house ..' t". '
IE be presented to the entire .he Converse' family and his plants. Does your phtlodsndron Use an egg beater if v' uwaat
school. Several students answered parents the O. R. Dyes in 1 need support? A totem pole to fashion frosted ca i ilea. I-
I
E her call and have been'' .V oca: tee. Everyone enjoyed: the! will give the needed support. Use facto' to apply .he,

t working diligently either: directly oeautilul solo rendered by I 1 First select: a pole 3 to ::5' whipped wax "frosting".
t in the program, or mak Joan at the morning service I tim,s taller than the contain- j To make holes for the u k
ng scenery cr publicizing the eSoto 3 :Sunday.' I I er in which the totem is to uae an ice pick or skewer F..
Make Al!
event. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ro. be used. Wrap the pole with a'' your smaller candles oldj t", ?
The "White Christmas Pro. berts of Lake Placid stoppedby layer of sphagnum moss 2 or or small birthday candles "\ :
Zram". the first of its kind, for a visit with their grand.nothcr ,3 inches deep a.id wind the do. Make new wlcking o,
1 will be staged Friday ttsc. 1I during: the last period of the ; Yarbrough0n route home from a business!r j'I Push the poe into the aol!. I night. in a borax water -, u,_
I Jay. It will consist of five trip to Sarasota Saturday. !I Wind the vinr around the to- '' tlon.
i ry I II parts. The first will be the Mr. and Mrs. Neel A. Lar. tem. Usa hairpins to fasten ;( Hound quart Ice cream con

presentation of boxes of food All-State! Team sen of Charlotte Harbor called the vine to the tetem. tainers or square milk ca:_
I 11'M' rrom each homeroom for needy at the Ray Strobla home ----- --- ,---- tens make excellent forms, i 1. -

I families. These gifts will be Friday while driving around Ok.echobee returned to their your candlts. Tin cans of \.ir_
bought to the stage and: placed the area for a days outing. respective hoir.es after being ious sizes with smooth -,(ct t>.
under the Christmas tree. MarIon Week-=nd Camp HuntMr. here fur the past three or four are good: form. Aluminum <,.-
I Christ will give the devo. and Mrs. Jim Brewer, w.eks fiai.hc..ini beef cattle tin relatli molds and pli" ,c
tlon and tell of the real mean ions Walt and Bob and their a.id marking: and brand ing.Neifchbors refrigerator molds will ,.i,',
J ing of Christmas.The i. house guests Mr. and Mrs. and friends are do the trick. But remember.
-third part of the pro. Karl Fassbach and daughter: happy to welcome Mr. and any tiny creases or dents. ''r
c gram will b* selected Christ Karla of Tampa enjoyed a Mrs. M. T. Troutt back to our rough edges make it Imposs b"
mas music sung by various camp hunt in the Immokalee community. They have bought I II to remove the candle from 'ne
.. soloists in the school. Then area over Thanksgiving.: Mrs. back their and i' mold.
the entire student bcdy will 1h Brewer and Mrs. Fassbach returned |I I moved _In t om'fddmo., last
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WIN COVETED; AWARD-Jlobert Sorrella left I
be led in carol.singing, follow. home Friday leaving w.ek. They spent part of last. '
Peace River Soil Conservation District Supervisor, ed by' a skit "The Night Be. the men for more hunting. Winter in Miami and the sum.
and John Turner, right, outstanding farmer Cooperator (tire Christmas. in which The ''Fassbachs returned toLhclr mer months at their home in "i 1 used to .

are shown holding certificates of Merit LUcky Dodd will play Santa Tampa home early Sun. the mountains of Tennessee.
awarded by Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company. Claus. day morning.Mr. < I'1 I Arthur Coulter and Patsy

They left Tuesday. Dec. 8, on an all-expense)) paid and Mrs. George: Sum. Darnvlto attended a Christmas for no
trip to Goodyear Farms, near Uchfield, Arizona. Special Clul'sAvailable meralls sper.t last weekend parade with other members of I cry
The trip !Is: the result of Peace River District winning To I in: Moore Haven with Mr. and DeSoto Band held in Punta
Goodyear' coveted: Soil Conservation Award Mrs. Vergil Sapp and attended Gcrda last Thursday night.
for last Eighth Graders I the Birthday dinner and I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Struble: reason at all"Ono
year. TIM MCALLISTER STEVE LEWISSPORTLIGHTS
party for their granddaughter I visited their nephew and niece
---- -- --- Eighth!: graders. .. able to
t, are Margaret Anne who was cele. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Roan at
participate in four club activltles I
I bra of the first
tin. her sixteenth Birth their home in Arcadia Friday

SEE ail the improvements to Club. Science this year Club,-Art Garden Club I I by STEVE LEWIS day.Edwin They Langford made the of trip Arcadia with Then and had on Saturday supper with they drove th+m. "changeofinfo"danger

and IntramuraL. I The Arcadia
and were Joined in Moore Ha. I down to Pine Island for i a signalsNo
in the NEW Arcadian. The Garden Club with Mr. tog up steam ven by Mr. and Mrs. Charles' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Her... :
; Chapman as its is third
come sponsor Covlngto.n and sons of West man II. Hiltbrand sister and wonder a woman feels like
p t- working on plans to beautify big'un lUcky Palm Beach. brother-in-law of Mrs. Stro i, crying! The suffocating surge
the school grounds by planting thrashed the Our sympathy !Is extendedto of hot flashes one minute; cold. .,
NEW OWNERSHIP MAKES flowers and shrubs around the:I of Sarasota 87 the family of Leland Harrison .: ble.Mark Rogers of Parrlsh accompanied clammy perspiration the next
building. The Science Club! day night. of Nocatee who passed' his uncle:! Rev. Bud can make a woman wonder'
I" I THIS GUARANTEEIf members and their sponsor Beginning away Wednesday. Funeral ser.,!' Gillett here for the services "What's come over me'!"
Mr. Myers are contemplating I I start the Changeof.life panic sets
game I vices were held Friday morn. in our church SUJda7.Ve are
such activities a. nature walks I ill the end of lug with interment; In Joshua, always glad to have Mark nerves on edge, fills her with

to I you subscribe for qn Initial l 11-, and The work Art Clubs in the biology lab. the score Creek Cemetery Leland wasa with us. They were the dinner fear!
sponsor, Mrs. : forth with the nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Proven !Woman after
of the help
Stroble
A guests Ray fam.
week and the end of that .
Murray, is
period at helping to develop 'out on top Wilson. I
ily, returning; to Parrish after woman in doctor.'es'.got
'. time are not satisfied that you have each Severs member's! of talents In art.. After the Mrs. Hattie N. Wilson of Ar.! the service at night. Mrs. Gil- remarkable relief from hot
these
young 81' was the cadia and her sister Mrs. Kate t lett .Is staying at the home of
gotten your rponey's yorth 'see me' data are quite good. Games At the half the N. Miller flashes,nervous tensions!
of Jacksonville
to get a prompt refund. and physical skills are in... leading 3320. out early Wednesday morn.came their time. parents for the present. Some women worry themselvessick

tered In Intramurals with Mr. satisfied with Ing for visit with ; some women do some1 1
a their .
BILL HACKNEY Publisher cous. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bam-
Bishop. Mrs. Harrison Coach thing. about awesome change.
Dulldegs came in Mrs. Clara Stroble and
a ette and daughters Teresa and
.
Martin and Coach Bishop of-life symptom..*. Thousands
as the by 10
gap spent the day with her until Patsy attended the Gospel Sing
faculty leaders. hare found that E.
In the late in the afternoon. Before held Lydia
at the Church of God in
Pinkham Tablets them'
helped
ARCADIAN Bulldogs let returning to Arcadia
they Arcadia Saturday night. _
as dramatically as quickly a-
I P. O. DRAWER 670, DATES TO CIRCLE take over and stopped. for a ahort visit with Names of three men selected this gentle medication has
t Dec. 18 .
pictures of Clubs while Mrs. J. F. ,
Thigpen and Mrs. for Deacons of MU
Ephraim
helped other women.' Not a
ARCADIA
and Organizations taken for score: 11.nick Grady Addison. .
29.1 Baptist Church
Growl. by majorityvote new,. johnny-come-lately rem
Knclorvcl: It my 11.00. IMenne start my Introductory Dodd Mr. Garland Stroble leturn- were announced by the edy but a tried and trusted"friend".to .
Dec.
17 Walt fur Arcadia
Disney "all I ed home Tuesday night .
by ,]pastor Sunday night at the re. relieve functional
11.weeks'subscrlption. Mine To Give'' movie; admls. Dairy boa from a teh day visit with ,gular business conference and mid-life complaint.to

NAM\ . . . . . . . . .. don Dec.23 IS cents. with IS.The a'I his daughter Mrs. Sam Rey. are Mr. Joe Morton. Mr. Bill relieve woman's burden of suffering
"WHIte Christmas Bulldogs nolds and family In Miami. Coulter and Mr. Jim Brewer. I Get Lydia E. Pinkham
STREET BOX, or RVD..r'. ...:. Program; school: day. game of the Mr. Cecil Johnson of Jupi I Ordination services will beheld Tablets today.
I ,It t Dec. IB DCT llootenanny. Dec. 8. when ter and Mr. Doc Johnson

TOWN . . . ,.:. . ... . ... Dec. IB through Jan. 3 Avon Park .. .. _u __ --_.. ..--of- in the _near future.t -- ----- ---.-------
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Dec. 20, 2', 2B Manatee sound of the an
1I Read ALL The News Classics. 50.49. DcSoto'a : :


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OF DeSOTO COUNTY First Federal In Arcadia : 10. Y@y BUY

other emi-annual dividend at

SALES and SERVICE ..\. per cent I per annum on Cs-.s ,
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t ._ WALW. S.4/et.- Uii1'd.Aa..r.! TViJTTl: ..7R Kroup why. not Nile the idea ',

C Bottled Gotl'NIINvi __ ..* i.n-.. fkMW WA *-*).!. ious thought as you jro about its if : Space Heaters : : '

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tai_.._.* M. .. A..w ..- .=-....-. -"Z:..-..:.-::..= Kavmva Accounts, and It ls a ..
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Dolomite- l:.:. .M. c.-.. S4 ..... .....000 for each account, Then .. t
nating portion of all fund are. &
rse seat/ll.fe u-.. =-- Transportation Se rvicTroctor ei'jAC. mort.a.e* on hoaxr in Deiiou Washing Machines Clothes Dryers ..
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x .t selection of gifts (and the best values) in the AFTER you spend it. Money spent out of town

shortest time( with the least effort. Think about j is all gone forever as far as your community Is

the fact that your hometown stores offer a wide, concerned. On tho other hand, much of the

wonderful array of gifts for everyone at prices no higher (and money you spend at homo stays at homo, where it stimulates local

often less) than elsewhere. Lower overhead costs than in larger employment and progress, helps pay the taxes and provide tho
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your best buys,: are right here at home! community for you and your family. '. 1fI "" : 1 "',,,' II

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Alicnc's TV & Appliance Co. Arcadia Drug Store Arcadia Music-Furniture Store AL & NELL BRIDGES

10 West Oak 6 D.Soto Av.nu VOUN SADCOCK AUOC'ATa The Arcadia Stationers i
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EASY Ta"Ma STOP IN TOOAV ARCADIA FLORIDA 33 W.tr Oak 126 W. t Oak Strict V


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Tho Arcadian Christ Building & Supply DeSoto Gas Company DoSoto National Bank

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207-9 West Oak 163 South Monroe Avcnuo & ARCADIA FLORIDA 1 West Ook '

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Donaldson Radio & TV Eaton's of Arcadia First Federal Savings; :! KochIs Drug Store
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Arcadia
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West Ook 13 North/ f.fk A."e
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FORT OGDEN CHURCH. ,. __ '. ST. EDMUND'SEPISCOPAL
Nocatce Cities Service OP GOD -=----- CHURCH Roberts Grady Funeral HomeX4 I

Cltloo Service Product SUNDAYSunday The R.v. JEM Mal*. Vicar
I Meat Crocrle Ice Bolt School 10:00: .jn. SUNDAY I Hour AmDulance Service .1-

Fishing Tackle Morning{ ; Service 1J:00.: ,ajnTHURSDAY 9 00 ajn. Choral 1 Eucharist
t : Brovard Ave. WA 8-41C1
COUNTRY 103 N.
RELIGION AND '"
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Mocatee, rim. WA 9-S191 10:15 a.m. Holy Communion
-- ''ToPaZ. 7.:30:. pan. ,-" in IS a.m. Sunday School
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p.m.
I 1 A GUEST SERMON
WEDNESDAY
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By 7 II 0 a.m. Holy Communion

.9:30, Spiritual Healing Abstract & Title
Rev. Drannen B. Cottlngham Arcadia

Gulf Naval I Stores CbmponyNocatee FORt OOOEN CHURCH METHOCHSI First Presbyterian Church __ Company, Inc.
Abstracts and Title Insurance I
Florida' SUNDA1t'' Koch Bldg. WA 9-...l
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Sunday School 10:00: Jn. Editor' Not.: our Country to publlcally r*. THE CHURCH OF CHRIST' The Service You
Morning Service. llOO; SJB.WVONCBOAY :ognlze: Cod as tht Lord of Corner Hickory and WhlddOn Nood.When You Need It"
The following was preached the universe and the Sovereign SUNDAY -
*r yor Service 7.30: ..IIi.
First Presbyterian Church of In our "democratic": country Morning Worship 11:00: am.
Arcadia by the minister. Rev. the rip: of the majority are CveD'ng Worship 6:3O p.m.
I :J rend Dronnon D. Cottlngham.Tha & being trampled underfoot by WEDNESDAY .

response was such that a minority of one or two. If Evening Bible Study 7JO: p.m.
Sunny South Packing Company Bob Turner Standard Station
many asktd ne" Cottln h.m
/ the rlchta of an atheistic mln. We Invite YOU to worship;
FORT OGDEN BAPTISTCHURCH
to write this .s a feature ar. of with I
orlty are superior to those a ua.Ood.fearing Mary Carter Paint .
Arcadia' Florida RIv. Ucle or Guest Editorial! for majority then we
J. N. Ollbroaei
Sunday School 10 ajn. newspaper publication. no longer have a democracy; ___ Eat Oak St. WA S14MChrist .

Morning Worship 11 am. "RELIGION AND COUNTRY" but we are headed down the

I .. Training! Union 6:30 Pin road to complete subjugation
Evening Worship 7:30: pjn. Separation of Church and of the people by a godless gov.. FIRST, ASSEMBLY OF QOD
WEDNESDAY State. one of our Presbyterian ernmental agency. SUNDAY

Prayer. Service 730: p..m.belled, (and Incidentally' a As an American citizen and Sunday School 9:43 ..m.
Smiths X-CeJ: StorerFertllla'ere I predominant belief of practically a Minister of the Gospel or. Morning Worship 11:00: ajn. '

ALL Protestant denomin.. daind by the Presbyterian SUNDAYEvengollstip Building Supply I Co. t'.
Feeds--. Ranch Su.plleeI .f tlons'!) does not mean that Church in the United States. !; Service 7JO: pjn. :
t I Saddlee. Halters" Brldlee' the Church should go one way I claim Almighty God aa the WEDNESDAY Everything To Build Anythlngf: ,

I WA 804.., 117 W. Magnolia.. and the another with no thoae who resist will incur Paramount. Soverel g n. Crea. Payer and Praise Service WA ..tM! )' 163 S. Monroe Av. I:
.OUTH.Da, 7.3O
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BAPTIST
/nlerloakhngStara of Separ. pjn. .
purpose.
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judgment Therefore one tor Giver of ALL thinga:
CHURCH clean' e.f Church and State
I wish to make It plain that
must be subject not only to
tt.oth H'If..r.u.H' A". u' means that the Government -
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wr'.th Christian conscience
Office Ph. 5-1451, ,..... ..124' c.not: subsidize Church avoid Ood' but also my : can. ,.
any not let m. accept: certain recent
.UND Y {Joc.i for the sake of conscience: .
congregation denomlna
;i Bill.I I HOb utor Sunday School, 9:43M6rnlrig amm fion, I ) or show (they) are minl.tus of God rulings as The Law. CALVARV BAPTISTCHURCH
ii ofSEALTEST Worship II-CO ajn.Tralalng tr:1f treatment to pre- ? Pay an of th.m their dues. I fear that we are In the Tropical Termite Control, Inc.
any
respect whom respect times and circumstances: : dea I'

Union. 0-18 pm. Highway 70 Cast
Church but
i It must
\,' DAIRY PRODUCT"* : pjn>> jzance to lh moralistic give cogn. Is due honor to whom honor crlbed to the Church at Ephea. Rov. Ord n Rico., Pastor Homo Owned and Operated
"Got Th Bt Ot ...Ito.' WTDNESDAY
: three I la du.." u* (Ephtslans 6:12): wo areThere SUNDAY Guaranteed Peat Control ServtoeLicensed

J Nlll.b.roe. Delivery .. Mid.W..k Worship 7.30: pjn major that m.lk.trp our t are these observations not In physical combat with Sunday School 9:43 ajn. and Insured ,. .
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S29 S. W.M1. ;:0 ort t ant. n inWthiiiV. to be made however: ((1)I No men as men. but we are strug. Morning Worship ll-OO: ...... 13 N. Polk Arcadia WA 9-S3S1
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particular form of government gllng with principalities the
Jewish. Union 63O: pjn. '
I'' la advocated: or commended power ot darknesa. deceit andGovernment Evening Worship 7JO: ."!
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cannot writ. I.. .
((2) Loyalty docs not preclude duplicity, against the wicked.
glsUllon& or hand" down decrees: endeavors to Improve govern net which has taken hold of Pnyer Service- 7.30: pja.KTHgU .
Peace River Movfrtd & StOraflfl NOGATES. CHURCH OF OO. which Is not In keeping with ment nor doe It forbid raising those In responsible govern
II SUNDAY the consensus of the largestSuzzday to whether mental _
as one positions
Hohool..10:10: ....... common: good. The State .Is al. Questions Arcadia Seafood Market
: Local and Long Dlat._. Moving' person or group of What can we do? We can I
i Anywhere Anytime Morning Worship 11.-OO: ..m. way under this moral obliga. persona represents the entire heed the Scriptures: we can Mr*. Catherine Keene Owner aMgr...


.t f Service 7 10 There are times, such: aa There 1 I. such a thing aa divine ua the wisdom and Insight to CHURCH 17 S. Monroe. Arcadia WA S-U71 .
: pun.THURSDAY these, where with the conflict right of State, but there Is Ilk.. do that which: is legally and .
of principles: and the flagrant wise. the divine right of the morally right; we can search Kaal Cy rM ... o t
f v.Min r-o.. "n,Ip .... ,, .
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violation/ of the rights of the vast majority cf the people. ((3) our Christian consciences and A
majority and complete One must be loyal to the slate stand up for the convictions SUNDAY
onment of the foundations of the which search iWuxlay School 9:43 a.m.
of in spite of the character we have; we can
Ii.1 Courtesy Your our rightful heritage a. Amer. civil rulers who may be .selfish the character: and convictions: turning Worship ll-OO ..IIL General Equipment & Motor Co.
Evening ..
Worship 7.30 .
Ji t Friendly I Shell Dealers I Iran Citizens the people find arbitrary oppressive, IthanEme of inthem public office and WEDNESDAY: p. John. P. "Chick". 11_".". Owner
I 11 Hoc 1.. BAPTISTCHURCH themselves In a quandry and moraL After all.'> we can replacethose at the ballot box "MAM" Farm and Industrial EajwIpHtontSale "
I Wo Ala Handle, .Famowa Oeedye.rTlroa ask, "what can I. a* a Chris. them every two. four or six If they. are found Irresponsible Prayer Service 700::: p.aa. Service Retail Rental or L...,....

and BattorleoDeSoto SUNDAY than do?" "what am I sup. years! ((4) And moat ImportWe have been given the 14 .. Monroe Ave. Arcadia WA t..331

Sunday School: a.4S a.tree peed to believe Occasion ant one must not disobey his weapons to fight such inheren. -
i, Morning Worship IIGO: ..... illy In such circumstance the moat hon.et searching of the tly and Insidiously evil and
Ttatatea? Union S-4S: pjn. people turn to their minister conviction his Christian eta' wicked powers: the Armor of

1 Kvenirg Worship 7:43 ""-'. for guidance or ask him to science.: Without being a rebel God Truth Righteousness, BROWNVILLB' BAPTIST
stole his views. For my heals I he cat refuse to do what he the Gospel of Peace Faith Sal. CHURCH
t National Dank call upon Paul who writes to regard as wrong, but If chat y.tJon..nd the whole Word of SUNDAY
I the Christians In Rom (Ho. longed and censured, he must God Sunday School :o-OO: am.ATTEND THE CHURCH OP YOUR ,
I Of Arcadia. mans 13: l-TI| with Godly patlenc endure Th foundation of our great Morning Worship ll-OO: ajn.
Scrvlns, Delete County With ."Let every person be sub. the penalties or consequencle United States ere laid deep Training Union 6.30 pjn. CHOICE EACH SUNDAY

p....,..*." Bonking Since' 1K>1 FIRST' BAPTIST CHURCH ject to the governing authorAs- for the recent mandate in the Judeo-ChrlstUn faith. Evening Worship 7:30 pjn. KIWANIS CLUB
"... Sheppard SryaitN ) ties.. For there I* no authority of the Supreme Court: I feel Let us preserve our ..m.h WEDNESDAY. _
-- -- < Pel* a HI.Mry except from Cod and thoM that this I 1.- only the first of meet: of. by., and for the Prayr A liable Study 7.3O pjsu
SUNDAY that exist. hove been Instltut. n aerie of step, which Is per. people. by preserving and
Sunday School '*3 ails ed by O>id. Therefor he who milted' I* be carried out will deepening our lives our QirU-. _
j Morning Worship IIM.: .... mists! In* authorltlea resists result hi the deprivation of' the tian faith and our CHrtetlanEvening

I Letebvre' Electric Service Co, Worship ':OO pjn.Training what God ha appointed, and majority oC the cttlsena of heritage. So help.. God! -

: Union 8:00: pjn. ARCADIA REVIVAL ,
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PAINTS &
El.jtrt."au.....* -.Sato* \ S4rvloe WEDNESDAY: TAa..NACLIl.FURNACES

\ I I1 Meter A Pump Repair, MUUWeek Servk OO pan. (CONTINUED NEXT WEEK: IN THIS SPACE:) 124 W. Oak ......* 112 W. Oak WA SV2321
IIS W. Magnolia' WA 1811
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ARCADIA. FLORIDA
Sunday School IOOO: ajn.Morning .
WorshJp II-W asp
1 I t 1 Prayer for tLe Sick t .

Evangeuatle Service) TJO p.-.
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F'' Firit Federal I Savings I & LoanAssociation CHURCH CHURCH BAPTIST CHURSHCMomaor LATTER DAY SAINTS
I { SUNDAY ... ... ., "'ldd. .. Sunday School -
i e4 W t *f the. SovtKom 1000 a. nv Arcadia Drug Store
( of f DeSoto County Sunday School t64e ...... ......., M... ties a II.:OO ajn.MoMdajr ...ttt C.._.. *o.i) Aft..... Woman Club ,

t I In. Xrcadla At The Sign .TM' ilf''} Uomlng Yewih Servir Worship T3S:1LOO aj ". and Tueedajr MaaaVSO ftl North Hllloberovgh.. Ae*. Sacramant Hood Meeting 550:--. t111Nlrr METHODIST: [ -Only Tho Boo I
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Cloak With THo C" CHURCH
i, ; WXDNsSXXAT not Friday> Mesa :3O paL Araodla. FlorM* IN OP THE ". WA V14*, Ar*-4le. Florida
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+ (1s 0-) aJornln Wor..nia> ll- a. ese Yoea/ng Worship ll : .... Momma Wor.iup llMYP s.tn
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SUNDAY Training; Unto .3O p. m.Evening .:.IS...... .
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Arcadia Hardware .'''.T. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. ii" WorsblA II_ aja. Worship T3O PWEDNESDAY WEt>rrESOArS po.- Auto Ports Company
Boo M*.i. Stro.t l.. Villa Rise TrisMS U..IO .... WEDNESDAY Prayvr. M.* itig T'- .... >*nlnr Prayer Sotee70S t
SeNa r M. S elAa .. ..... Prayer Meeting and Utile 14.. .
Arcadia Florid. 11.elna Wor Klp 1 3O pi P-q -4 M.an/a .. Revel..

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[OLDTIMER MYSTERY PICTURE . NO LONGER MYSTE& 171 TU ARCADIAN Tnesdar.. December IL 16" '
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. I Mrs. Loka Johnson Was Correct Choice I

Oldtimer Mistery PictureThe P' .. .. .' .. ..
demure I MRS T. E. MIZELLE I". W. Keen. llarlsn Little Bill and Jane Miami; Mr. and
Tne young lady who I i
vas last week's lady of children and three'cre.t cnrir-haJred: young fellow pictured here Week of Nov. 30 of Arcadia, was their Thanksgiving Iii W. E. Thompson Mr. and
was Mrs. Loka Johnson mysterf grandchildren.' : was born October 18. 1875 not far from Ocala Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dawson guest. n "s U. J. Pollard and Miss

|nee Loka Lastlnger. daughter of Mrs.the Johnson ML Ephralm Is member Baptist and he came to DeSoto County in 1901 to visit a and five children, and Big Dinner Party i I i !Ivla Wuthrich. her daughters
of the late Mr. and Mrs J D. brother who was living Rev Sidney Albritton had Mrs Zula Williams inter II of Tampa; Mrs. Wuthrich
Owens
of and take
Church :: 1
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stinger, old time residents of an active part in th I here. lie took a a thanksgiving family dinner lathed her family at Thanksgiving anti Mrs. George
[the Owens area. She was about quite W.M.U. She is also a membe I I job for a few days with her sister and family Mr. with dinner at tIM ningham. Mr. and Mrs. Zach
Sb.wnI
Ytuthrich and
118 when the picture was made. of the. Peace River Valley Historical I "just to help out" andhe's and Mrs. Jim Frlerson and Civic Cen.r. All her childrenand Gainesville, Mr.daughter and Mrs. Bob
She was born March 19. 1883.n Society. been hero ever hildrcn. Ona Rev Albritton most ft her grandchildren I
DeSoto County and attend ; mained with them for a few were with hjr. Knjoylng: Wuthrich. daughter Brigctta.
She taught school in D*
ed schools of this area. For a JToto County for about !.> since.lie met his wife Jays visit. the day were: Mr. and Mrs. !'I and Mrs. Bertha Wuthrich. Arcadia -
called In the afternoon
while her parents moved Mr. and Mrs S. F. Nobles Russell S. King and son Roy.
away years in such places as Owens at Church she had I' also Mr. and Mrs.\ Charles
from the home place In Owens mat four children' of Fort My- Tampa; Dr. and Mrs. Hob D. I
Pine Level. Ft. Ogden and a. '
but returned. It has been herome Home tha just been baptised 1 .re. cam up edncsday. even. vie Linda. Hal and Utll Arcadia Todd.
ever since. the at Baptist Ume Orphans was in Arcadia.Mrs. and he told his brother nil for Thanksgiving with her ; and Mrs. It. P. Devls I I, Dickie Yelvlngton of Oral .
She was married January 8. cne. Johnson's hobby It that he was jro- e 'arents. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Arcadia; Mrs. John Yelvmg I'l' din ton, spent the holiday
11905 to J. C. Johnson a schoolteacher i, l eading and in teaching het hit to marry her. lie 'lint Another daughter and ton John Msrylee and Dick wrtfkind here: with his grand
and they have four t grandchildren. She enjoys the didn't even know her :family from Fort Myers. Mr. Dravlciiton; Mrs. Ama.ida McMshon 'I mother except Friday night
;; eau Mrs. Maiu Santin and and brother Fred J with his grandparents in Arcadia .
children. They are: Gordon aching ....ion as much a; name. But he married t I, .
here daughters came up for Williams, nradenton; C. J'Carltrn. Bill Hevls came Saturday
[Arcadia; postmaster; Ita-mon: .he children! do and they her in ]9O3 and they '
(Edward I and Miss Louise 4haoksgivliig with the family. Sr.. Arcadia; Dr. J. R.i :. and stayed till Sundayafternoon
do so much better in their have three children. .
Johnson. She has nine I Attend SingingMrs. i Yelvlngton and son Dr. John !II with them. -
grand
-.-- --. school work. lie I is a memberof Oralve Lujrton enter I called In afternoon.Family !Mrs. Dillie Underwood and
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the Baptist Church 1 daughter lava R o.. lIallan
about friends and .
Get-Together
.ained forty
"ime To Sigh Fort Vet Pensions To in a nearby commu eiaUves at Thanksgiving din- Mrs. Arrenia Wuthrich had I II were Thanksgiving guests of
Ogden ,
'I nity and is still inbusineKd I ..cr Her fah! ,. r. Mr. 1)111 Mes.\ I her family for Thanksgiving, her sister and family Mr. and
[For 1965 ACP Increased for himself. MM. J. C. Day and Mr. and
Be By I ire, and sistvi. :Mrs. Florence, with an abundance of god .
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Mm. Sherwood.i
DeSoto C/punty farmers are NewsROSE If you tun Identify this oldtimcr write his I AUlsoA of Mulberry remained I food prepur. d by all the ladies Hargus Knight
and Mrs. Frank
urged by J. C. Bairtl. of theAcrlcultu..a1 COUGESS I I January 1, 65 name and yours' on a postal and mail to TI1K AHCAUIAX. with her till Monday and all 1.Ihe family Thorn at- '!1 i i of Tampa visited his brother
Conservation Pro. I If your card H. drawn and is correct t tended! the :5th Sunday slug I tending w\r her grandson and Mr and Mrs. Ed
wiie
gram. to sir" up for the pro Carol rugate and Tommy II III M. T. Dixon of the Florida you will receive a thrtc-ntonthn subscription to the j>\ Mjrskku City Her son and i and family Mr and Mrs R. W.+1 Knight Saturday Mr. and Mrs.
for the 1963 visited with Mrs. Dimick and Department of Veterans Affairs amity, Mr aiul Mrs. Elmer 1 Pollard and, children. Hetty
gram year. I ; i
paper. Bill Woodruff and son Kelly
family in Tampa last of ,
stated today that further .tlarln and small daughter
The program offe-s: assistance 1 day und arrived Thura-I information has been received FINAL CLUK: Winter U. U.I. had Sunday spent Sunday with Mr. and
with farm problems and Ft. Winder News'
Sunday. on this new law which liberalizes .llI philosophy has taught him night supper with them after Mrs. Knight. Alt were from
projects and slfin.up day ends
Jan. 13.. 1933*. Friday evening the Fort Ogden the current pension pro. That each' one has a "futo". .ho singing.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Eric: lIartman.1 I Tampa.
Baird also suggi-sted that baptist Church had their t gram for veterans of World lit r l been In business for himself and Mrs J. Lynn Harrison 'of L*+y LagtMin Annual PicnicMr.

farmers get their name on the I BTU Supper, B.B.Q. chickenwas War I. World War II and* the ,..,.._ Since 1928, !P son Kenny, Mr. and Mrs. : In Punta Gortla. and guetts I and Mrs. Clyde tolling I Iworth
Korean Conflict_ and thel : -"-- -- > _-' -- Robert L. Harrison and I and.
ACP mailing list by signing: on the menu and a large son I visited Mr. and 1 !Mrs. Dick' and five children
up at his office upstairs, over crowd gathered. Clyde widows and children.It dabble. had family I Thanks Hurt man Saturday mottling. Mow Holllngsworth entertain
Eaton's Department store, or man of Arcadia sang Increases most pension giving picnic dinner In their 101.... J. A. Daughtrey was In ed' approximately forty guests
writing him at Box 208. Ar very nice hymns everyone 11111'-1 rates by approximately seven pasture Resides these two Tampa Friday. II Thanksgiving at their picnic
a nice evening. percent effective: Jan. I. IM3 Desoto County News famlllea. ).1,.. and Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thorn area on Horse Creek. They 'o
cadia.ATTENDCHURCH Carol Fugate and Mrs. with the highest rate of pen. W. Harrison and two boys 6f ton spent the weekend at En. served fried turkey and birds,
gate visited with Mr. and Mrs. slon $100 to SI 13 per month Arcadia Mr. and Mrs. Merrltt glewoiMl Ueach. swamp cabbage and .11 olnertraditional
SUNDAY Jones In Fort Myers\. last provided for veterans with Of Bygone Years Helms (mire, Mr. and Mrs. Jane Whldden. of Ar' I dishes Mrs. Ed

Ii__ __ __ ____ _._ Thursday.Mrs. the lowest income.Additionally Frank Kennedy and son Jolr"l,t'adl"'lall"I Mr and, M-s.: :' llolllngaworth> and Lori John
Gilbreath has had her the pension aid Taken from the file of win Kennedy of Oneco, were I Hill .lUrnwell. and daughter sin ol St. Pet rat*. Wedneey \
t I mother staying with her for a and attendance allowance was The Arcadian The DrSoU County with them. Mr, and Mrs. Helm' licit, We lnesday. ;, and stayed until Friday. >
few days. Increased from $TO to SIOOiiHMithly News and The Arcadia Champion. were out for- Sunday afternoon I' Mrs. J. A. Uaughtrey' vt.lt. with them. **
II Rev. and Mrs. Gilbreath and ; and a new pension I also. j i t ed Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dnu.h. !' Mrs. Dllli, Underwood and

I Mrs. Ola Cray attended a singing allowance of $33 per month it>... --..- Mrs. Irene Few of Lake trey In Punts fiords Thursday.Mr. Mrs. Henry Johnson. Arcadia
at the Church of God in : was provided for household --- !: ----------1 City, a visitor In Arcadia,' and Mrs. Stanley Nlchnl.I drove 10 Ukeechnbe Tuesday,
I Arcadia Saturday evening. veterans. II" From THE CHAMPION.; Dec Exhibit New Minister' Is spent Wednesday night and son were In Sarasota Thurs to visit lleston "_.an. who .Is
Jimmy Moore of PensacolaFla. i Veterans who are paid the 19. 1MM: Assigned To Trinity Church Thursday wlh Mr. and Mr.*.'I day |11n, Ohechobe hospital.
was weekend guest of aid and attendance allowance "Snap Shuts front Lily . No EUrulon Ol Time ToW .. -- ----
I Mrs. Ola Croy and family.Mr. may also be furnished free (this Is written by a cor respondent Made On Tag Purchase. I..it, -
and Mrs. Hampton Marsh I prescription drugs and medl. under the psuedon. Sewing Huums Are Hives Ot !
of Englewood spent Sunday cine. ymn of Kodac) 'Horse Industry. I r
with Mr. and Jot r a. Albert i This law also provides Dix. Creek has nearly quit running rUm the MJust Musing' Col.
NOT A CREATURE Barnwell. I on said, additional income ex. Can. grinding seems to umn: "Iluying Christmas seals, Gifts For
WAS 8TIRRINOT Mr. and Mrs. D. Dees were elusions and amends 'UM other be the order of the d"jr. Among la help fight against tubercu.

Christmas Is the "giving sea in Sarasota Friday evening income provisions to exemptten them are W. H Platt and W. lasts has been likened' to pro. + 1"' .
sen* But thieves respect ) visiting friends in the hospitaLMrs. percent of all retirement N. Duncan. Many' thanks to vidlng! Insurance: for a penny "
ac season when It comes to D. J>toes. Mrs. Albert 'income and to exclude all of them for generous samples of Each seal bought Is a conlrl. Your Christmas '
taking.." Prevent financial Bsrnwell were in Fort Myers the spouse's earned I or syrup of extra quality ., ** button to the effort to combat
loss from theft with AEtna Saturday I SI200. whichever Is =. -Charlotte Harbor Items ihia dread d.........*
Casualty's "All Risks" Home Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ness of er. ),Cr. Joel ......1'' of Myakka Is Weddings: "Kermlt D. Strw.
owner's policy. It provides Englewood Fla, visited Mr. I Dixon said that all .veteranson 'la '.own attending to business bet. of Owens and Miss Amy
(firs other. wind, theft and many and Mrs. Albert Barnwell VA pension in DeSoto Mr. W. W. Montgomery ar Beatrice Ballard of Pine Levelwere KNIGHT!
"taking.major. Prevent hasards.financialo Thursday. County should be counseled by: rived from Arcadia. Wednesday married Dec. 2 at the -
Mr. Durrance: went to Wau- Bert Close, their local Veteran morning ** courthouse by Mrs Mary .10,..
chula Friday nUht to a revival County Service Officer or by ..Nee.... Locata: . Married 'Owynn.Dr. .** K*: Q
meeting. members of his staff, locatedat : last Sunday night, Mr. If. P. ....... M. If. Gold -; 111 I
Mrs. Roberta Thornton. Da. the three Florida VA hospitals Den Cline and Miss Zits Mr.DuUey. Lee Averette and AI Dunham iI
vld. Mrs. many and Marcus and at his headquarter I Married at the homeof spent the weekend hunting I
and Bertie Dodd. Wayne Mark office located In the VeteransAdministration Ii trt. bride's parents at Mof. oar Cross City Mrs. lass Men's Gifts That He Can Wear. :| )
RUPERT Regional Office. flit rim. Returning to NocaUeby Uruoks. Mrs. J. W. Orooks. t
St. Petersburg Beach Fla. I night train their frlenua : and Mrs Gilbert Lavender
SMITH AGENCY I II I wish them lasting happiness." were visitors It* Tampe. Sat. rand Names He'd Cheese Himself I ;
WA a.till WA 92341It 7oto .S spent Sunday with Mr.had Advertised by Arcadia Hardware urda.**

.. OoSoto Ave I Mrs. Albert Tborton at !Eagle was this now forgotten THE: ARCADIAN Dee. 19,
rnu caswtrr : wood Beech.Meryle ltc'nIrho: kind la used '0I I ltM.:

[: ors urn.. osr.aaanra. I G't666 Durrance and wife ty Its an ECONOMIST lI.edUcamm..aorwrl: Step In And Shop These And The if t
esr.erea spent the weekend with his Our second carload o( Oft Protest Over Sunday. War t
I I I I f.her.! Mr. Durrsnce.lor i I Economist stoves and rang' Kales. DtSoto High School 4
- -- since July has just arrived. Gets MetnUirslUa la SwuthetaAccredited I Many Other Gifts Featured AtBATON'S
They range In price from $3.73 ) Association . f .
bigger proms in 65.. to .JO. livery Economist stove Chamber of Commerce Will '
t
) trf taage leaving our hnu..e I* Receive. $3 OO trait County :
it tier a gwarante for tenysars. For Advertising Cub Tour .
by ourwlve and the!Offered II) Lgbert .........**
maker ol the ........ Call and MI>........: ..... and Mrs.
examine our stock before buyIke j George Dabb spent $Saturda
IAI." In Tamp on bosinese Mr,
December IV Issue of and Mrs. It. It. Itlount spenSuAday With Chill:
,. ; Tilts; DeSClTO COUNTY NEWS/ In Palmetto visiting.. b
was missing from. the files, awe reUllves. V. C. fMHollingsworth ... '{ Wind, boat ,
skip to December. 21. l'l' spent Tuesday..

,, a, ra y r. for ues .Item. : I Wednesday and Thursday In T. Ilbtw.Warming. HANDSOME
Y. t 6 y 4 Hum to Mr. and Mrs. C. IL Tampa,. at a CnervoWiI' msvting- .. .
4 .r I yv Smlik on Dee I3. a daughter. GI. A -

Virginia Ruth.** J -i,: W rowler. .. 0, !E. L.., SHIRTS
"J D. Pope Instantly Killed I''and II. L Junnson. Aft'''' ;

i Wednesday. . flack broken .,. listed sarong the rese*. I I"t" Gift: A Yab.lotw (1'l( IfiIa
when two state rood trucks .. handles .|MS have signed I
fir' caMe together .t DeSoto. GarI cMifrerf. witn riorid Clt Helft..rI .
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I --Urowits C S. DUhong andJE. : Crrespq v*>nt for eamtnwnlUe -i; !
7 I A. G.*.er were called te'. ,' weret "Gardner. Mrs.C rr
t 1 MeAiU-r's still neer Awn. Puke. ,i i P. lUrUfieid; Pl.. Ravel
Ks ...eU a disturb**** M.... Mr*. T. f.: Misetlei. ......... I r
dsy, Tbrte- Negrwe wee drurtk Mir Peggy' Weatberry. Boss
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and were firing ., the %w.r.j,ker. MUM VtrrfUtt lfUy:
iers" with snotgwnsu TheWe. f tirowfrvUle. Mr' *. Lswui Mercer;
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v l a 31y gr*** were arrested and aye rt Ogdvn. Mr*. Morton Llvto ,
In JaUV i .....; and 0..... Mrs ....,
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ef Arcadto . Tlorw..
1IIIldd C H..b rts (211 of n. Ogrfen'to i
Orctlo Orsktm (2. ., Ar.rarfi I ,SlICKS .
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eel to fsoe H Cask of Ar4i* .
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Tease TICK: ARCADIAN a... T. H.A. Yaw 1 '
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the traditional family farm ii becomiac a ronrii a I II

electrified Every year operation becawe: with Reddya hrff< you can I 'mgL.. I II

tune said ch farrwUnent.Ifeddy' ; SONNY CARLTON
get mot out of your I ;

errkc aT9 now btfger bargain than ft'<<. dui : \
i PHOTOGRAPHER Sc These Fine Christines Gifts At: I
to our recent $10 mfflioo scctrie rate reduction (4ti mao _

ivicv cut in i 10 yeari). I d. !

So count on Recfdy to do meets far you in J 96S...L- d.*- I 0.rdll 1 trbtklly Aerial. Portrait I p4j411'i: :

reducing cost bmHtftg profit : OPEN ALLDAYWE& ..
lot production .
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