Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00308
 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: December 5, 1963
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Oct. 11, 1984.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079939
Volume ID: VID00308
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
lccn - sn 95026784
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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The Osceola High I merchants have decided to in the downtown are and remain
have accepted an loss.The .;: ". remain so until Christmas.
KOWbo1'j probable starting lineup :" : 19. -. ".' open on Friday nights
the Sanford Seminoles will be Chuck Whalen, Gary ; until 8:30.Then The stores are well stocked

in a iiobi-season game Land or Jim Greenough ends; I ..' on December 16th, they with the latest in merchandiseand ::
ford Friday night. They were J I Lou Tarcai and Jim Barber will remain open each evening it is hoped that the local
invited as a result of their 8-2 tackles; Bill Hanking, Sid Bron- #x until the 23rd. residents will visit the 1assim-

season record. It on, guards; Eugene Speirs center .. Not to be outdone the city of- mee merchants before shoppingout
The Seminoles are now Orange I ; Gary Dymmek, quarter- 1 i 1IIf:: ficials also decided to get in on of tows
Belt Conference champs after back; Earl Johns left half; Jim :

their 33-20 victory over DeLand Crum or Steve Yowell fullback .
last week. Sanford is an AA Bob Magnaghi. wingback. Martinaires To
school and will be moving up
into the Seeing defensive action will be
Metro Conference after
this season Aaron Baxter Richard Bryant .
John Hand and Terry Roberts. Entertain
The Seminoles have been a Group
Pregame tickets may be ob- .;
and cold" team all'year.,
tained at the Osceola High
usually being hot enough to win.
The Kowboys lost to Arcadia School or Broadway Pharmacy.To t3'R ; --." I The regular business meetingof I Fitchburg, Mass.
y I Martmairee" is comI -
and Wildwood and came in second reach the stadium at Sanford ." Orange Gardens Civic Association "The a
in the Ridge Conference.It the most direct route is will begin promptly at I 1 pany-sponsored recreation activity -
has been a long time since straight in to Sanford leaving ,7:30 p.m. on Thursday December of the Matti -.)k1sado plant.
5th. at the Orange Gardens I and their appearance at Orange
the Osceola ,
Kowboys have played 17-92 at the curve turn right at '
s *,d, Community 714 Gardens Civic Association De-
a AA team and have five Lath street which is the third George
,. !Street with President Albert cember meeting is the result of
boys with
out injuries. However traffic light and follow 13th,
Tiahrt presiding. Mr. and Mrs. negotiations by Gilbert Hedden
they have a strong determination which makes a left hand jut ata t
to win, after last week's deadend. to the stadium. John R. Semple will be at the chairman of the Program Committee -
r ?'(, door to greet those attending. with Martin-Orlando of-
and to introduce ficials.
any newcomersr
Patrolmen and Post Office visitors. Following the Christmas music

la program of "The Mar naires"
Firemen Needed Starting at 8:30 p.m. The Mar- eight door prizes donated by
Geared ForChristinas _ 4 tin Company's 35-voice mixed Tarcai Feed and Farm Supply
___ "The Martinaires" will
Applications: are being accepted Company will be awarded. These
by the Civil Service Board of present a 40-minute program of will be four certificates, each
the Police and Fire Departments Christmas and holiday music good for a $1.50 rose plant to
of! the City of Kissimmee for vacancies according to John M. Hollyday, be selected by the winner, and
now existing.The Postmaster F. S. (Beany) ti Director of Industrial Relationsat four rose spray kits Lou Tarcaiwas

requirements for patrol- -edbetter, Jr. said yesterday Martin-Orlando. present at the November
mon or firemen are that they 'Early mailing of all Christmas __ u 1 Director of "The Martinaires"is meeting of the Civic Association -
must be between; the ages of 2135 cards and gifts is the biggest Ken Turner a senior engineerin at which a color film of

a high school graduate but the single mail factor delivered in getting before Christ-all of SANTA VISITS -- Homecoming Queen Dianne Pierson parade circled Broadway and ended up at the Sunrise the company's Launch and. rose culture was presented fol-
experience is not necessary.The Center. Photo Handling Equipment Depart lowed by a question and answer
mas. Post Office facilities havebeen stands by as Santa Claus distributes candy to the kiddies Shopping ( by Eby)
pay range is from $;15 to ment. Turner, a veteran of 31 period on the subject of raising
expanded, ample help will of Kissimmee following Friday's Christmas parade. The .
$92 weekly with many fringe years of musical experience roses in Florida. At that time
benefits. be available and everything is sang baritone leads in three, he made the announcement that
Application forms may be being geared up to handle a I Broadway productions, "New. I his firm would provide rose

picked up at the office of the record" Christmas mail this '' Central Acres To 138 Teams Moon", "Vagabond King", and. ( plants and chemicals for their
Chief of Police or Fire Depart year. PlayIn "Maytime" and was a memberof care to be given at the December
The entire Christmas mailing
ment and must be in by January the Beacon Light Opera Com meeting.Mrs. .
1st. I period is a big battle against Hold Free pany in Boston for nine years. Lee Arthur has been des
t Applications are also being accepted I time. Even though Christmas is BarBOAll Iow KapitalThe His experience with company, ignated as the hostess of the
21 the calendar
for the position of clerk days away by choral groups includes director December 5th meeting. She will
it's Christmas day at the
dispatcher for the police depart every the service stations in the Yeehaw Junction. ship of the Sylvania chorus in be assisted in the serving of refreshments

ment to create an availabilitylist. Post The Office Postmaster from now advises on. Yeehaw Junction area are gear. Negotiations are almost com 13th Statewide Kow Kapi- simmee; 4th Roy Schoenberger, Buffalo and the ThompsonRamo by Miss Elsie McPherson -

"Don't take chances mailing ed up for a big weekend as Cen- pleted for the development of a tal Tournament took place at the & Joel Redenbaugh Kissimmee Wooldridge chorus in LOG, Mrs. Edward Smith
This position is for either maleor on Use tral Acres is planning a repeatof 40-acre industrial park and the j Kissimmee shuffleboard courtsof Women Amateurs 1st Jane: Angeles. He was a vocalist for Mrs. James Spence, Mrs Ive>
female.' Typing at 45 words poorly sturdy wrapped corrugated packages.mailing cartons its successful free barbeque of construction of at least 14 homes I the KAST dub, Tuesday and Perry: & Ruth Neil Gulfport; 2nd seven years with the General]1 Guthrie and Mrs. Harry McPherson .
per minute required. The two weeks ago. Everyone taking anil 8-unit house. Electric ensemble in Lynn and .
pay plenty of heavy wrapping an apartment i Wednesday Nov. 26 & 27. Mary Sponseller & Barbara i
range is from $60 to $75. paper and strong cord. Cartons advantage of the free guided land Central Acres consists of In the Expert division there Hock Orlando; 3rd Agnes Carte '
tour offered, is reimbursed up to mercial lots on Route 60 com-I were 31 mens* and 27 woman's & Cleora Bush Lakeland; 4tl
containing several gift packages
BertjiaIae. )| Verner should be well "stuffed with tissue .:' J5.OCL.6f) their gas purchase.The acre home sites on high dry I teams; in the Amateur division Helen Henderson & Ole Boyd,: Guild Production
-- _-__.J or oW-newspa r? to"cushionthe : free, barbeque which isTjpcn land 55 feet above sea level withVKegritfcd I the ,were 54 mens' and2 wom Woodall Trailer Park.
Succumbed Thurs. contents." *o 1h public Wtrt"earn-'28: roads, a.ftd"i-bl'ift 1!i -ens teams-'Casb'-prfzesl'b rMiettlag .CCournainnt Directors were Lee
1 He said further "If have A.M. and 4oo"P.M. this Saturdayand offered to the public for as little! to $240.00 were shared by the Streeter & Harvey Eldridge. 16-18 I
you Set For
Bertha Mae Varner, 81, of Sunday Jan.
articles of unusual size or bulk December 7th and as flO-OOf down. Central Acres Is following winning teams: Experts -
Lakeland and Orlando passed better check with the Post Of- 8th, is at the sales office of Cen- life only development in the Yee- -1st Webster Smith & Farrell -
away in a local hospital Thursday tral Acres located on Route No. haw Junction area available to Lakeland 2nd Wil-
fice before attempting to mail Bruner, ; ReidMcWhirterToHead A unique set has been plannedfor will be quite a revelatkx
afternoon after a lengthy 60 East of Route 441 next to the the public for investment
or invmediatelconstruction liam Folberth &
them. The limits of size and Henry Andriga, the Footlight Theatre Guild i Of special interest to Osceola
illness. Sunshine State Parkway Exit of of homes.Legion Northern Trailer; 3rd B. H. Robertson Republicans production "Dei-th Takes a Holiday
She was a native of Marys- weight of packages vary de- .t County residents is the fact th..:
ville Ohio and was a memberof pending on where you mail your : &_ Lyle_ F. _Cass, Bradenton __ __ ," according to Louis the preliminary sketchesee
the Methodist Church. packages from." County DemocratsTo To Hold ; 4th Lyle Wood & Joe Smith, H. Reid Mcwnmer, Kissimmeeattorney French Technical Director. prepared by a very talented K.sstinmee .! .
Mt Dora. has been named chairman Noted for the fine stage settings .
Christmas Eileen
Survivors include one daughter Always send your youth, Dimi 1 u
Mrs Roy Brown Orlando. cards by First Class mail using 1 Meet SaturdayThe Chicken BarbecueAnother In the Womens' Expert class of the Osceola County Republican in past plays some haw and the actual set design tea
Four sons Roy E. Varner Or- the new five cent ChristmasTree were-1st Bess Henderson & Mae Executive Committee. compared favorable to their done by Ann Duncan, of St
lando; Byron Varner, Lakeland; stamps and be sure your monthly meeting of the good chicken barbecue Hall, Mirror Lake; 2nd Mary Elected along with McWhirterwere Broadway counterparts.Little Cloud.
Dana Varner, Jacksonville and return name and address in- Oscr tta County Democratic Executive will be served by the American Scalise & Sara Chase Mirror:" Jean Grice St. Cloud, vice. theatre-goers attending Mrs. Duncan, wife of Director
R. W. Varner Richmond, Virginia cluding your ZIP Code number Committee will be held I Legion Saturday December7th Lake; 3rd Ethel Wood & Bethel chairman: and Clinton Good- the Guild's next presentation will Kenneth Duncan fe a member of
Also 8 grandchildren._ is on each Christmas card en- Saturday December 7th, at 10 from 5 to 7 p.m., accordingto Smith Mt. Dora; 4th Janet nough, St. Cloud, treasurer. be treated to a most unique and I the American Institute of Design'
a.m at Mrs. Mac's private din- Wendell commander. Smith & Marion Wheeler Lakeland Vacancies on the committeewere ,
Funeral services were held at velope. Ketchum interesting new stage technique i and for two years served as set
3 o'clock Sunday from the Before you mail your Christmas ing room. filled as follows which will be displayed for the : designer i at the Cragsmoor Su-.-
Dukes-Steen Chapel, Lakeland cards secure free labels Residents who have a prob- Amateurs-1st Harlan Holcomb Mrs. Mary Frankenfield, Inter first time in this area. i flier Theatre in New York
Interment followed in Oak Hill from the Post Office which read. lem or would like to discuss Earl Yates will be in charge. & Irving Vermette. Kissimmee; cession City third precinct; Mis For those theatre patrons who I Ii Technical Director Lou Frenc
Burial Park. Grissom Funeral 1 "ALL FOR LOCAL DELIV ideas or ideals are invited to The price will be $1.25 for 2nd Joseph Miller & G. Harrington Martha Rylander C y pre SI i are accustomed to the conventional has created imaginative mood
Home was in charge of arrange ERY" and 'AlL FOR OUT OF meet with the committee mem- adults, 50 cents for children. Lake Wales; 3rd Wayne Shores seventh precinct; Aubre, stage design, the new tech- lighting to enhance Me new set
ments. TOWN DELIVERY'* bers. The public is invited.LADY Galbreath & Ercel Wright Kis- Shea St. Cloud eighth precinct. nique of utilitarian symbolism design.

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AMATEURS Winners in the amateurs Ladies Division AMATEURS Placing third and fourth in the MEN AMATEURS.-Placing third and fourth in the men's the men'. division of the anutrurs: at the

the Kow Kapital Tournament last week were, left toight. amateur division at the Kow Kapital Tournament were division of the amateurs last week were, left to right Kow Kapital Tournament the winners "'fOrt". left to right

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jfee Men's Expert Division of the Kow Kapital Tourna- Kow Kapital Tournament were Bess Henderson and Mae the Kow Kapital Tournament were left to right, \\i. A. Ladies Expert Ui'i"iun of the Row Kjpital' r uriijinMit

.m'iet were ,Lyle Cass and Bob Robertson third and Lyle Hall first. The second place winners (not pictured) were Smith and Farrell Brunner first; Henry Audriga and Bill were left to right Ethel \\ uCHI 1 and Hotlu-l I mlth| |third:

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2_The KIssimmee Gazette Kissimmee,.Fla., Thurs., Dec. 5, 1968 The R v.* and Mrs. W. P. ;:of John: A. Clark, 87 member of the Kissimmee Volunteer Scottish Rites
Fire and is a
? ,; Hanks.bad the following guests Club To MeetThe
Thataway <- during the Thanksgiving period. Succumbed SundayJohn past chief. He was a custodianof
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hanks of Eden one of the local high schools regular meeting date of
New York; Robert G. Hanksof j ; P Almon Clark, 87, died ina bnd was until his retirement acustodian Osceola County Scottish Rites
New Orleans, La.; Mrs. Clarence nursing home in St. Cloud Sun of the AH States Tourist Club has been rescheduled for
Thanksgiving O. Johnson of Wilcox Pal I day. Born in Cambridge Springs, dub of which he was a member December 13, in the OW South
and Mr and Mrs. Roy Gibbs of Pa., moved to Florida two years i until his death. Dining Room of the St. Cloud
Maitland. ago from Remer, Minnesota. He I t j He is survived by his daughters Hotel.
NewsBy Those visiting the Matz home ar iriie: was a retired boat builder and a !! Mrs. Ora McMahon, and Election of officers for 1964
Highlights Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Homer ,veteran of the Spanish AmericanWar. :;Mrs. Bessie Young of Kissimmee will be held at 6:45 p.m. followed -
Moore and daughters of Plant 'three grand, nine great grand by dinner at 7:15 p.m. with
City, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bolden Survived by sons, Martin Catb--and two great, great grandchildren. guests, visitors, members and
BETTY EBY spent Thanksgiving with the and Scotty Mr. and Mrs. Lester I & eral Qty, Gall, and J. Porter, their ladies.
Mrs. George Stroupe entertained Henry Simmons. Fletcher and Sharon, John Matz Erie, Pa., daughters, Mrs. Hazel Funeral services were held In The Club's annual Christmas
a group of friends at Thanks- Birthday congratulations this and John Day and Jim Bobbitt of 'yT Croskrey, Remer, Minn., Mrs. the Chapel of the Riedel Funeral Party will follow diBBer and
giving dinner Thursday. They included week are being sent to Spike Orlando. Audrey Olson Crosby, Minn.. Home at 3 p.m. Monday with each person attending is askedto
Mr. and Mrs. Minor El- Carroll, Glenn Ray, Bobby Lee. Miss Myrtilla Beals had as her Mrs. Velva Francis Cashmere, Rev. R. V. Kauffman, Pastor of bring an exchange gift cost-
dred, Mr and Mrs. Qyde Nelson George Bast. Clara Chapman guests Thanksgiving. Mrs. Vail Wash., Mrs. Dortha MacPherson, the First Baptist Church offici- ing no more than 51.00.
Earl Beers Ruth Beers Mrs. B.Humrickhouse Enoch Herzberg Bruce Partin and Mrs. Mitchell of Bath. Clarcona, Fla., brothers, Arthur. ating, assisted,by Rev. Jimmy R. Dues for 1964 are due andQiristia
Mrs. Marie Hay Phil Phillips Mike Bobroff Edna Maine and Mr. and Mrs. William Eaton Rapids, Mich., Lee, West Cox, Pastor- of the First I payable by February 1.

ward and Mrs. Irene Hammond. Sellmer. Connie Evans Cnssy Bumette. {: Palm Beach, Fla., and Ved, Wa-: Church. : .. .-. Doris Smith His
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Childersof Ann Muller Wanda Kay Smith Home from Florida State for terford. Pa., ten grand and Interment in the lamuy plOt m. Gallagher.
Orlando spent ThanksgivingDay Bertha Taylor, Greg Collins John the holiday were Bill Stephens, twelve greatgrandchildren.Funeral Rose Hill Cemetery. Riedel Funeral mother, Sadie Gallagher. Step-
RIDES PRIZE Jean Franklin,, all Kis-
son Jimmy
Joe Woodward Bruce Whitewolf. In of
Lois Home charge arrange.
with their son and family, Drew Spencer Gehrett Reg- services were conducted
the Bob Childers.Mr. gie Keene. Nancy Graessle, Norman Jim Wells Bob Allen, Ed Fennell and waves to the crowd as she rides the prize winningfloat at the graveside at 3:00 p.m. ments. simmee. Two brothers Justice ,
and Mrs. Dick Simmonsand White, Glenn Rogers Le- and Pete Lohmann. entered by Hunt Bros., in last Friday's Christmas Tuesday by Rev. Jack Lindsay, Gallagher. St. Cloud and Vernon
daughters of Winter Park roy Durden, Dot Crum, Elaine The Thacker ranch was a bee parade. Other winners were Benton's Jewelry, Charm pastor of the First Baptist Manuel GallagherRites Gallagher, Kissimmee. Three
sisters, Mrs Frank Bronson and
and Mr and Mrs. Robert Crowell Lawson Laura Bressler Pettis. hive of activity Thursday when Club and Helen Eby. (Photo by Eby) Church, Longwood in Rose Hill
and .famili/...'........1 rtVintoi"V4 .......... Garden,Best wishes trt each: nf you Jess Thacker and children. Mr. Cemetery, Kissimmee. Riedel Funeral Are Held Miss Daisy Gallagher, both Kis- 4
and Mrs. O. S. Thacker the Rus- Thanksgiving holidays with their Home in charge of ar simmee and Mrs. Arthur E.
sell Thackers, Jess Kibler the parents.Mr. rangements. Manuel Odell Gallagher, 51. of Rice, West Hurley, New York.
Ralph Lohmanns, Diane McKinney and Mrs. Chris Colombo of Idora Park, Kissimmee, mem- Funeral services were held at
the James Wilson, Stella Troy Alabama spent the Thanks- ber of a pioneer Osceola County 10:30 a.m. Saturday from the
Thacker and Kathleen, Dorothy giving holidays with the John Perry Crafton 86, family, passed away in an Orlando Grissom Chapel, with the Rev.
Bullock, the Lome Allerds the idombos and the Lucian Elliotts. hospital Wednesday mom- Jimmy R. Cox, Minister of the
Duncan McFarlands and the Ray- Sheila Alderman spent two daysat Died FridayJames ing after several weeks illness. First Christian Church, offici
mond Yates gathered to have Chattanooga Tennessee. He was a native and lifelong ating. Casketbearers were
Thanksgiving dinner together. Capt. and Mrs. Ben Kraljev Jr. Marion (Perry) Crafton, resident of Osceola County. Messrs. Roy Alderman, W. Ed-
Jimmy Bovis student at the and children of Montgomery Alabama 86, of 402:! Mabbett St., Kissim- He was foreman of the W. J. die Hansell, B. A. Howell, Wm.J. .
University of Florida and John spent the holiday visitingher mee died Friday morning. BornIn Steed citrus groves at Lake Wil Johnston, H. T. Simmons and
Milton Bovis, Emory Law School parents Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Giles County, Tenn., he movedto son. He was a member of the James Urban. Interment follow t4
student, visited their parents, Mr. I F. Davis. Kissimmee in 1906. He was a First Christian Church, Kissim- ed in Rose Hill Cemetery. Gris-
and Mrs. Adrain Bovis over the Steve Miles spent the weekend member of the First Baptist mee. som Funeral Home was in

Fridays until 8:30: p.m.GOOLD'S holidays. Also visiting the Bovis'was visiting his parents Mr. and Church. For 31 years he was a Survivors include his wife. charge of arrangements..-- .
Miss Elizabeth Freeman of Mrs. Riley Miles. t
Atlanta and Manning S.C James M. Rosenheim and ,
Marion Tindall is a patient at daughter Margaret of Gulfport
the University Hospital at Gainesville visited with his aunt, Mrs. J. G. I
where he underwent ma- Matz and Mr. Matz for a few FIRESTONEBIKES
: jor surgery. hour Friday.
Lex Hansell spent the Thanks- Miss Barbara Thacker student -
giving holidays visiting her parents at the University of Florida t
HERZBERG'S Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hansellat and Miss Patsy Thacker, student -
Savanah. of Florida State spent the
i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Graves holidays with their parents Mr.
INGRAM'S STYLE SHOPLUCILE'S I spent Thanksgiving at Fort Laud- and Mrs. Russell Thacker '
erdale visiting their daughter and Rev. and Mrs. B. B. Williams
family, the Don Depews.The have been visited by several of ,
' Johnny Griffins entertainthe their Jacksonville friends during
J. J. Griffins and Mrs. R. L. the past week. Among those call- ,
Kinney of St. Cloud the Nat ing on them were Mrs. A. R. Zi-
Ryans of Apopka and Ruth Griffin gler, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Barnes I.
PERSON'S, INC. of Kissimmee at their new and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mixon. I
. home in Ocean Gulf Estates Rev. Williams was assigned to a
j- Thursday. Methodist Church in Jacksonville FROM
SHORE'S MEN'S WEAR; The Jerry Overstreets of Or- prior> to his Kissimmee appoint. t
, lando, the Murray OverstreetJrs. ment.
the Murray Overstreet Srs. Allan Hewitt student at South- 95 S '
and the Miles Sharps spent em Mississippi: came home to $09 ,
Thanksgiving Day at the Over- spend the holidays with his par up
street grove. ents but ended up in the Florida
Butch Whidden Johnny Bovis, San with a ruptured appendix.He .
Barney' Parker, Ken Muprphy, is reported to be recoveringbut
Judy Yowell, Randy Rolls, Babe is still a very sick boy.
Grissom and Bill Stanko, all students
at Troy State spent the Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Owlett
and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wheeler -

were dinner entertained at the for home Thanksgiving -of Firestone Home & Auto SupplyPAT .
the Rev. and-Mrs. :.J'c. Plckrell
in Orlando. Later the Owletts
and Wheelers called on the Rev. ALLEN, OWNER
BIGGEST SALES YEAR WITH OUR and Mrs. Henry Roe in Orlando.

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The Kissimmee Gazette Kissimmee, Fla., Than., Nov. 5, IMS 3
I Kissimmet Motor Court NewsThanksgiving


I; Is Busy Season: J

By LORAN GLEADALLMrs. Whitney Johnson, friend from and Mrs. J. G. McCready- were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gilbert a. tr.t HARDWARE 1
Ona Akenhead was a Michigan. Thanksgiving dinner guests of were weekend guests of Mr. and
Tuesday dinner guest of Mr. and Frineds of Mrs. Roe (Pearl) the Mesdames Winifred Ben and Mrs. Carol Agate in Jupiter.
Mrs. Conrad Seyfried. Homing were saddened by the Inez Stiner. Jim Wright Tampa spent
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Knowles, news of her sudden death re- Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Seyfried Thanksgiving day with his par- w- .. . .,
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Owens. North cently in Brodksville. She was returned spent Thanksgiving with their son ents Mr. and Mrs. George -. '' <.; ,
Adams, Michigan spent a few to her home in Cedar Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Seyfried in Wright. .., . \"\\\ \\ \,, It
days in the Court on their way to Springs. Michigan for burial. Cocoa. Louis Klotz, Lansing. Michiganand .
Lake Placid where they will There were four tables of 500 Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stevensonwere Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Littell. "" "';"Rr\V'.4.;\ H.I\ItD" J
spend the winter. They visited and one of canasta in play at the Thanksgiving week end Deposit, New York arrived during "
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall and guests of their son Mr. and Mrs. the weekend to spend the :tt 11.- IJ
card evening.
party Friday .. : II
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,- Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Cortright. Charles Stevenson Orlando. winter in the Court: ... .'.- \ '' mt'' II. ;: ___ ,J

their children, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mr. and Mrs. William Hancock Mr. and Mrs. William Eichorst -.n. spoanNG G09JN. ,..... '
I SHRIMPIn Oldenburg and Mr. and Mrs. Troy New York spent Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Lovell :-f : t "'iIIr. $ -- - 1::: ... 'o ..._

A Basket Hollis Evans had their family afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Joe enjoyed their Thanksgiving din- :.Ie _.':.- : ._ ..1.- Ji .oooco ftaMt.... 4 4w
Thanksgiving dinner at Marie's Brown. They also called on Mr. ner at the S & S Cafeteria.Mr. \ -- J1WIQ
FREEZETTEDRIVEIN Restaurant in Orlando Thursday.Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Cortright.Mrs. . and Mrs. Julius Smith and BREAKS THAT COST THE GAME-One of the unfor J 1 .

and Mrs. K. E. Bridges LouAnn Allen and Mrs. D. C. Kessler were Sunday din- tunate breaks that cost many football games is a fumble. 1i , rr ,
\ daughter Connie of Akron. Ohio Betty Metzger were callers of ner guests of Mrs. Earl Dick. Shown above is Terry Roberts fumbling the ball as he was i i -... ;- t
I Mrs. Bessie Eubanks during the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Horton. \ JJ
tackled at last Wednesday's game against Wildwood. The
week Vermillion, Ohio called on Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Nehls, ..and Mrs. E. E. Gilbert Sunday ball was recovered by the:Kowboys but the game was lost. HEADQUARTERS FORi'Mfe" ,a t

OrriC.lt CHCNMY 1-3393 Orlando visited the formers sister -afternoon. The arrow points to the ball in flight. (Photo by Eby)

RCSIOCNCE 047.3444 Mr. and Mrs. Jake Balding, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mosher, J
0I Tuesday.Mrs. Union Park were Sunday visitorsof
Robert Earley entertainedher the Joe Browns.Mr. Wildwood Trips J

canasta club on Friday even- and Mrs. Harold Olden-
I MIKE JAMES 1... HUTCHINSON ing. Those' present to enjoy the burg, Orlando were Sunday even-
M.opoIilo '..WOIle.Couwffool evening were; Mrs. Vivian Burli- ing dinner guests of their parents I
ESTATE IR.ANNINO "AND Bu.'c INSU"ANCI: son. Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Cortright.Mr. Kowboys 267The I
Lumus Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Reed and Mrs. D. A. Mote and J
and Mrs. and Mrs. Alfred Peter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert VanHoutenwere t

METROPOLITAN INSURANCE COMPANYO .. Saturday afternoon visitorsof Wildcats fourth when Jones J
son.Mr. Wildwood came in the period
RE.DENCC: 2O3 NOWTM: ,914 E..CTT.MAGNOLIA. 5TRET.AVCNUC.KL.IMME OMUANOO.. FLA.FLA. and Mrs. George Niles Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Seyfried.Mr. from behind and snapped Kissim- skirted left end for 10 yards. i' i J

were Thanksgiving dinner guestsof and Mrs. Richard Homing mee's eight-game winning streak Stevie Childers ran for the extra :
Mr. and Mrs. SeweH Grout. were callers during the week of with a 26-7 non-conference football point. 1l

Mr. and Mrs. George Wright.Mr. victory here Wednesdaynight. Wildwood u..__.____ 677 7_26 J 1
and Mrs. D. A. Mote also Kissimmee ________u 7000- 7 J
called in the Wright home on Both teams would up with 8-2 '
Wildwood Kissimmee
i Saturday.Mr. I I
and Mrs. Earl Rowsey records. 15 First Downs 9 l JJ
Wildwood jumped ahear 12.7 in .
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Holcomb 236 Rushing Yardage 96
:and Mrs. Louis Smith visited Mr. the second period when half-back 93 Passing Yardage 37 J
from the
Joey West plunged over
Pines Veteran'sHospital 5-13 Passes (att.-comp.) 4-9.t
Smith in the Bay
two to complete an 80-yard drive.Kissimmees' 0 J
St. Petersburg Sunday.Mr. 1 Passes intercepted by
Smith is to have surgery lone score came 2-19 Punts 1.18 J
on the opening kickoff when halfback
0 Fumbles Lost 1 i
Tuesday.Mr. J
S'AVE Earl Johns took the kickat !
and Mrs. Andy Walworm 10 Yards penalized 15
the 10 and ran 90 yards for J! tk 1I
were business visitors in Orlando Individual yardage: M.
Saturday. the touchdown. Guard Steve Wildwood: Jones-81, Smith-70,
WHERE YOUR Louis Klotz who Just arrived Parker kicked the point. ChJlders-37, West-36, Bramlett-12. ]I FOR J
The Wildcats came back in the
MONEY EARNS from Lansing, Michigan was Sunday Kissimmee: Johns-44, Yowell-
quarter to make it 7-6 when half- t MOM JI
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dinner guest of Mr. and 39, Dymmek-14. 4
back Randy Jones climaxed a 60-
Mrs. Conrad Seyfried.Mr. Wildwood _____ 6677 7-26Kissimmee J ,
from the
drive by scoring q.u
and Mrs. Harold H yard / _-.---... 7000-s J I WI I n G.A'W Y]
Gleadll were Lakeland visitors on one.Wildwood K. Johns 90 kickoff return
took the third quar J
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% % Saturday.Mr. ter kickoff and drove 70 yards to (Parker kicked)
.. and Mrs. John Frazier
in Orlando a touchdown with West Smashingover W. Jones 2 run (run failed) opener J
were business visitors
W. West 2 ( failed)
from the 10. Gerald Bram- run run J
Monday. lett ran the extra point. W. West 3 run (Bramlett run) t I and knife sharpenerStarts J
ANNUM Mr. and Mrs. Andy Walworth
The last Wildwood score came W. Jones 7 run (Childers run)
visited in Winter Haven, Bartow at the touch '
DIVIDEND and Lake Wales Sunday.Mr. .
Orange Gardens Jottings of a finger, and turns itself I
and Mrs. Frank Ross were J
[COMPOUNDED AND calling on friends in the Court } off automatically when lid is cut

one day last week. t out. Full-size electric J
There were over forty residents Month To Bring j knife sharpener included. $24" J.L.L
enjoyed the Thanksgiving dinner

in the Thursday.Tom ... . .. ,
lodge .
"" -- 1r4" "" 1IPq.-a: -. j
and James Wells spent Many Fine -

Aii.I.th the relatives Thanksgiving in the Court.Holiday with .. '-' :! :; ;; i it
'i-.. : X5OESANYWHERE.: .
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: I : Mr and Mrs. Claude Smith ANNA"J. REYNOLDA and their two So sfrom Wise: n r
spent the Thanksgiving weekend study;o4 the Orange J3fexdns N.C.cert Thanksgivingguests !t : ,, '" BROILS AN 1f'NG1' -'
with their daughter and family. Bulletn for the month of Decem- of Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Guthrie .of 1 t wall .r . I
Mrs. Arlene Moran in Miami.Mr. ber reveals many interesting 652 George St., who are the par-
*s' and Mrs. Charles Schraderwere meetings, particularly the meeting ents of Mrs. Funstall. t ice crusher sa i iI
business visitors in Orlando of the Civic Association sche- ,
Monday.Mr. duled for Thursday evening Dec. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Underwood ,I J
.f and Mrs. William Achorst 5, at 7:30 in the Community and their one-year-old daughter,
and Mrs. Peggy Poulos were House Bldg. The highlight of that Janet, of Schenectady, were the J
guests at Shastine's Restaurant. meeting will be a musical program Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Un ( J
FIRST FEDERAL Orlando Monday.Mr. by The Martinaires." This derwood's parents,. Dr. and Mrs. ,

should be a most enjoyable pro- George Beauchamp.
Sauingsandlaan n-fesoclattbnofOSGEOLA gram for the audience of the ---- 4: JJ
K as MMee sr. ccouo and Mrs. Charles Mc- Civic Association. Mr. Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Charles Horton ,
Knight, 2524 Loma Dr., Eau Hedden is to be congratulated for of Vermilion, Ohio, have moved 1
Gallic, announce the birth of a obtaining this outstanding entertainment into their home on 1620 Oak St. .
7 lb. son, William Craig, on ELECTRIC JI
1 MEMIEI FEDERAL SAVINGS AND'wAN INSURANCE CORPORATION November 17th at the Brevard. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Durhamare I BROILER Jt
spending the winter months 4:
Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Funstall IffHfW IT tH1 ft.infi' UMMIHtft$ Jt
in the home on 701 George StMr. t
,t Crushes ice better, Use en kitchen counter or..table. top, Jk

George Carnall of 1622 W. k faster, easier.Choice fer wieners or T-boncs. ExdvvveOpenEnd ,.
Vine St. is a patient at Pinedale 4:r Safety Hm0e Ms nova #
I i THE DIFFERENCE INSUREin Veterans Hospital. t of fine or stand open to take out food or J
ice .
Although Thanksgiving Day has J course : detach for IIIittt cfeeMng Uniform Ji

come and gone, it is still appropriate i Stainless steel', treat over entire 94' .......... i
Insurance is the Continuing Personal at this time to recount 1[ self-feeding rack.
some of the blessing bestowed iii cutters. ; J'
many -J
g Attention of your . on us. It seems to us at from $795 wits aet+. $888 ja

WITH I this time one of the great bless ,
ings is the friendship of our

INDEPENDENT '. tecc friends and neighbors in the time ;! !a* 'ra! .. .. .. =gl.r Tr,......wt ---.ra..rr....- J
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of trouble and illness. So let us ci
I include friendship high on our I
-. list of thankfulness.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. James DECORATE TABLE AND WALL! .
CONFIDENCEHOW C. MacGowan extend their congratulations 1 I I i iI

on his recent mar
AGENT riage to Mrs. Stella Hogaard. .
LONG HAS IT MEN tine your fir* insurance had a checkup Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kelton II II. .
? Today, it would tak a bundle of greenbacks to replace a have moved into their new home ,J. Five lovely) MIRRO moldsth . . JI.
home or part of a home destroyed by fire. And every year It Isgetting on 1731 Cecile St. :I.fire..lit Copper-Tone AlumtMe. '- / Jt

worse. Won't tarnish or forger-nnark tJ, Jt
t 1':1
Mr. and Mrs. R. Beaver have ,
Just as you check on your health perio .lCOlIylt'. good management Perfect for decorative salads 1tJ
moved into their home
OSCEOLA COUNTY 1 to check on the replacement value of your home againstyour or desserts, or as waH.plaques in
1616 Orange Blvd. 1 tJ t
insurance. In many ways, we can be helpful ,I kitchen or nook. Capacities: 2V4 to I 4t

Mr. and Mrs. A. Richmond t 4 cups. Gift packaged. $595'i Ji

From No. Reading. Mass., and i 5 molds 1I
Mr. and Mrs. George Merrill 1
from Zephyrhills were Thanks- "I Jt

ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE AGENTS giving guests of Mr. and Mrs. ;t W1 Jt
John R. Semple of 1624 W. Cath- ;t Q fI

erine St... I t JI
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It is well known that Pres. Cal I I 1
vin Coolidge was very sparingof j f<
words. One Sunday as he returned ;i J

from Church Mrs. Coolidge .I ,
asked him: "Calvin what
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did the minister talk about today I J
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IIIN .. MIN 1/IN N sq/N N11.1 MIN "

Mrs.CC'S"m.CC:. "Well what did he : L.

say about it?" j _
AgencyAAencU CC: "He was against it." ,i .1

Insurance Agency Insurance Agency Insurance Real Estate iI ii i --' --- -- .a

1 12 Broadway Kissimmee 1012 N. Y. Ave. St. Cloud '222 10th St. St. Cloud 1114 N. Y. Ave. St. Cloud Green Clovers ;

Study Sewing Seams ; MAKINSON j

ST. CLOUD-The Green Clovers
4-H Cub held another meeting ,
at the home of Dee Morris
on November 20. At this meetingthe

r Ntt IIIN ... 1./N M/Ion .. MIN 111't1 titM girls practiced sewing a HARDWARE I
straight seam on the sewing
Each girl will make a skirt
W. H. Morse Corp. Nelson Realty Men Mann Frakes Davis for her first sewing project. 308 BROADWAY 84721OOI

Insurance Real Estate Insurance Agency Agencu Everyone was measured, and j

219.Broadway Kissimmtc 107' Broadway Kisaimmee 102 Broadway Kissimmee 114 Main Kissimmee plans were made to get the material _
at Letty's Fabric Shoppe. .. .. ""''tI"ti!" '"

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ThcKU_ Bast Home Scene Recent Bride Junior High To
Garden Club NewsProtect Of Xmas PartyThe Hold Open HouseThe

home of Mrs. George Baston Osceola Junior High School
Plants Kings Road was the scene of a will hold open house Monday,
lovely Christmas party Monday December 9th, from 7:00to
night when the Wesleyan Service 9:30 pan. .
Guild of the First Methodist An parents and interested persons
For Cold Snap Church held their annual exchange tr't are invited to come out and
meeting. visit the school and go throughthe l
A. recently completed science i
Following a brief business
and Home Economics Building.
tty SALLY COOPERRIDER bring ideas and items for Christmas meeting conducted by Miss Helen Parents are .
It might be well to think about d decorations a bag lunch Bass president, Mrs. Bast intro to visit their
what rcpt can do to protect your and own table service. Mrs. duced Mrs. Harold Hall Mrs. teachers will l
plantngs before a cold snap. A Robert Smith and Mrs. H. W. Walter Murphy and Miss BeVer- their
light 'feeding ibe sure to keepit Williams are hostesses.The ly Taylor in a musical program. parents
light plus water is a good Hibiscus Circle also meets and the
Mrs. Murphy told of the hIstor-
practice to help the plant over Thursday, Dec. 12th at 2:30
ical background of 12 best loved
the cold shock.A p.m. at the home, of Mrs. Ed.
carols which her '
were sung by
new Crape Myrtle is now Neid for their annual Christmas :
and Miss Taylor accompaniedby -
available a dwarf that is suitable party and gift exchange. Mrs. The
Mrs. Hall at the organ. .
for border use. Lucious colors Geo. Mansfield is co-hostess. United
a ruffled pink ruffled white December 4th is World Gardening Delightful refreshments in the hold a ANOTHER-Jim my Wells,
royal purple and a bright red Day. holiday theme were served by 6th and 7th High School, is shown pre-
maximum growth is six to seven Now is the time to- the hostess to Miss Bass Parah building. Gary Hileman who WM re-
feet. Fertilize lawns for the last Clark Mim Hutchinson Yelma
The Rose Circle/ meeting of time a complete fertilizer Reynolds Kay Greenough Sarah cade suit to represent them this year.
Thursday Dec. 12th will be in should be used however use dark Melissa Hill, Susanne Mc- sories and a to the Kiwaais sponsored
the form of an all day workshop one low in nitrogen for plants. Farland Dot Cody Jane Stanko, x mums and ( )
starting at 10:00 a.m. It Cover Camillia buds with Dorothy Dunsmore, Ruth Hawk Lee Crofts
is to be held at the home of mesh bags to discourage bud 'Betty Eby Jess Thacker and best man. co, Ga.
Mrs. Albert Rogers Hasting eating squirrels. the guests who presented the pro Partridge She reported to fire center to
Drive Members are asked to Happy Gardening J J gram.FEATURES brother-in-law attend the Air Controbnta School
A host of The school inctedce Attraction
B were in working in a Navy control
Mrs. James: Lee Leach. by the bridal tower and performing all funs

QUALITYPRICE (Photo by Bondreaux) the church r'r lions of the air controiman rating. i
ed_ the A graduate of Oaceoto High \
In uie nU1uny.The School, Acree entered the Navy
bride's August 1963.
SchrieberLeach a cloth of J
GENERAL i&D ELECTRIC lace squares
tal and THE

DIAL DEFROST REFRIGERATOR Vows Are SpokenST. and Shields candelabra silver GAZETTE

Dia OefrQst 11/8:= CU* FT, Crofts served . H. Perry New......
Co"vcn ence STORAGE SPACEMagic CLOUD Miss Mary Zoe and The Lord's Prayer at the ditional
Schrieber and James Lee Leach close of the service. The organ- a miniature : 2426 Stewart AT*.
Two 99 Shelves- were united in marriage Novem- ist .also played the processional Mrs. Walter Telephone 8472M1
Corner Hinges ber 30,, 7:30 p-m., in the First 'and the recessional. the punch
Methodist Church with Reverend Given in marriage by her father -'J. Crofts
a* Scn4 Clara MH Matter
AutomaticInterior Thomas C. O'Steen officiating at the bride wore a formal gownof assisting with .
Buffer CO", Ine"t Offlee at Ki4nHnee. PI*
-- Light- the double ring ceremony.The white de-lustered satin designed Mmes
bride is the daughter of by her mother and fashioned 'Stalvey at Kissimmec, Florida
Mr., and Mrs. T. Lawrence into a fitted bodice with a bateau :Pain Norman
ProfeGtive D or 5t ps Two Flex.Grid Ice TrcJY$ Schrieber and the groom is the neckline and long sleeves ending .cis Johns.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. in lily points. The bellshapedskirt After a
Leach. Both families are resi- was folded in soft pleatsto Florida's Manager
dents of St. Cloud. give fullness for a chapel :Mrs. Leach
Cathedral tapers in branched train. A coronet of orange blossoms 'their friends RATES
candelabra gave a soft glow at held in place an elbow I etts Ave. $4.00; two nan $7.60 \

7-Miliion rtfrigtreten the altar which was banked witha length illusion veil. The bride I iT I
floral piece of white glads carried a large corsage of white -
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in UM ten years With Trade mums fern and palm fronds. spider mums with a hint of pale l' " <': '::'' F\,, -

r longer. TA212W The white satin prayer bench yellow in their centers with a ", J:,, .. \ .,'
was softly lighted with tapers cascade of white ribbon streamers :> :" A ), /J
held In brass candlesticks and ending in lovers knots en- t V <';r< v Y3'l
highlighted two pedestal basketsof twined with lily of the valley. .
glads and mums tied with Others in the bridal party carried ft i...<.. ', ", ".:.......'.. '" J.-' .-.,."" .. ,. '
large white satin bows. Candles out an autumn motif in ", fc: :Ji ; ; e "l. :t/\ ;;i
glowed in each window of the shades of autumn leaves: Miss : : : .: ; .
PARKS FURNITURE CO. church enhancing the candlelight Suzanne Abell, maid of honor,

service. Large white satin Miss Barbara Matuska of Chicago !- : GENERAL 111'ELECTRIC GENERALS' ELECTRIC
bows marked the pews for fam- and Miss Elaine Grice wore
ily. and dose friends. identical dresses of peau de soie
A program of prenuptial mu- with matching small hats and : FREEZER CHEST FREEZERcE
KISSIMMEES474171 ST. CLOUD sic was presented by Dick Crofts, veils dyed-to match shoes' and .
892:2011 organist? and ,Henry 'Thompson carried large t rsagea jspider
soloist, who sang The Ave Maria mums also matchlng'the shades
-- ,ot'their dresses which were autumn -
gold pale green and russet -
; .
Flower girl Lynn Ellen Loef-
fler wore a full skirted peau de -T::
soie dress trimmed at the neckline )
\ \ and waist with white Irish
crochet and carried a white
basket lined with white satin
I edged with net. Her russet colored -
dress matched that of the
maid of honor.
\Z Ring bearer Skipper Stewart
carried a white sating ring pillow
also edged with net. Julie Watkins -
\ \ and Linda Stewart dressed
in green velvet carried white
\ s sti satin baskets filled with little / i AMIN Ct 275 / 1
\ packets of rice which they hand- CA5J3 A
ed out to guests at the recep- 12.0 CU. FT 12.0 CU. FT. O

her daughter's weddingMrs.
\ .: Schrieber chose a moss Total contact freezing shelres Fast freezing anywhere In box
green silk shantung dress and 9-position temperature cortrel No exterior swearing Counter-
\ hat of same material with match- Adjustable door shelves balanced lid
\ ing accessories. Her corsage was
fashioned of russet colored mums
and satin ribbon. Mrs. Leach

wore a champagne colored bro- EITHER ONE ({fJ JI/lf' S

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Here's why you'll tell other people you._like::it : R .': ; ?. 9:20 _,


Some people think it's a bit frivolous think thi car cost a lot,wouldn't you?" on the interiors. We even improved From The
to like a ,car just because it looks so the light bulbs. But as for more
Or you.could take everybody'smind 11:05 JELLY FACTORY ='
nice. So what you'll have to do is bone vital things. why change? Improve,
off! it. entirely by giving your .
up a little on all the other things that remake fine, sharpen-yes. Change no. SUN. MON. TUES i
Pontiac throttle. A 389-cubic-
some DEC 8-9-10
a Pontiac a Pontiac. And you can tell that to,your friends. JELLIES
inch Trophy_ V-8 is standard in each : Complete Program In

Wide-Track, for instance.Wide-Track and every Pontiac. And you get to Really, though you can buy a Pontiac 'Scope and Color MARMALADES (r-014z;

is what does away with tilting your choose from'34 engine/transmission solely because you like its looks.We "IRMA LA DOUCE"

way around turns. Pontiac's smoother, teams. (Happy choosing!) don't think you'll find many people fwho'll JACK LEMMONSUN. CANDIES \ I
6:30 10:55
quieter ride is another thing you ask you for more practical
( Now ten-on to more 0 f'th e MON.-TUES. 7.1125

might point out. things that make the '64 Pontiac so reasons. "IN THE COOL OF Shippers of Fine Fruit-Ideal For Gifts

Be careful, though. One ride in this thoroughly likeable. Frankly, we What they'll be asking for is a ride- THE DAY"

car and everybody's going to think couldn't think of anything radical to do and the name of the man you bought" SUN. 9-.2S' Delivered Prices Start at $1.50

you're made of money..You can solve with this car. Oh we made the styling your,'Pontiac from; : . -i-|c:7';' MON.-TUES. 9:55 'f *Shipped Direct From Factory in Gift Pseleyt .,

that problem by telling what you paid. even more stylish, as you can plainly WED., NOV. 11th

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) The Kiscbxxnee Gazette, Klsslmcnee FUu, - -'- -- --
,. Elementary School News ; = Pre-Christmas .
Thur, Nor. S, 10 5 '

(I 1{j J P-TATo Feature'MusicalBy ' SAVE 4 T SALE Manager's Savory through tomb thee. a crackling feott anytime.Cut brown.

PEGGY BRADBURY come to Florida. I hope they beet. -- U-- outside to the sweet tender juicy
Mark the December 12 date on have a good time and the ones Do you like every little-thing _
your calendar as a MUST and who have lived in Florida will that's living? 1 1 meat beneath. It's a gourmet treat.U. .

attend the monthly meeting of come again' soon. I would like Fd really be happy if I saw a S. Choice American grown.DL' .
the P-TA. Under the direction of the ones who have not been to turkey
music teacher Mrs. Jean Dona Florida to come sOOn.. And I'd catch him for Thanksgiving -
hue boys and girls will presenta By Mike Bowen-Florida is the !
musical Christmas program. Sunshine State. Here we grow Thanksgiving is a happy time _
This meeting will be held in the oranges, grapefruit and other We think of Pilgrims mainly.We .
.r Cafeteria A more detailed program things like that. Florida is a pen think of turkeys big and JE1IIb
f i will be listed next week. insula. In Orlando, we have the round.
I Report, cards for grades four Martin Plant. But Pilgrims can speak plainly! 00 STOP ; !
five and six go home December Athough Thanksgiving is over, Grimlins got into'my typewriterlast
.< 9. Parents please sign and return we still want to share this poem week when I reported that --' r
r to school promptly. written by Becky Sullivan in Mrs. Mrs. Ardath Seyler did some Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices v Good v thru December 7th
Another reminder that Christ Ardath Seyler's level) seven class. !plastic carving. It really was Mr. WHOLE OB HALF
I mas vacation starts Friday December .. class. I Seyler of Flamingo Plastics that SWEET SUNNYLAND HICKORY
20. Children report back A Thanksgiving Poem !came to the Emma Yowell building Leg-0-Lamb..u. 69
to school on January 6. The level What am I thankful for? and showed the children how
{ seven class of Mrs. Judy Davis I'm thankful for the graceful animals I to carve designs from pieces of Smoked HAMS
has been studying about Florida plastic" blocks. Loin Chops . 98
The children colored maps of our And clothes and food and bed, Deck the Halls . and classrooms 1
state and wrote stories. Here are And I'm also thankful for the too! That joyous seasonis 1 Shank
} fact that I fed! BUTT Rib uShldr 79 -
two original compositions.By got upon us. Christmas decorationshave 1 Chops . .
By Bobby Higley Florida is Do you loke good things to eat? started coming out. Lettersto
a big state. I hope it will keepon Like maybe corn and butter Santa Claus are being written. Half
being a big one. I hope the And cows meat that's good Tis wonderful to be around children I1RF | Chops. LB. 59;
people that live in other states And things like a little round at Christmas time! :
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i Girl Scout NewsScout make ler's home.hospital It tray was favors decided once to u. 49; LB. Shldr Roast. . u. 49xj

each month as the neighborhood 1
project for the year. Lula Mae ,. ,
Leaders Campbell's troop will be first as 1/
i December was their chosen SHARE so EXTRA STAMPS
The Brownie Troop of Mary WITH A Tarnow KnockwurstCHILD
\ Complete Course Porter and Margaret Turvin com- i2s ;
bined their efforts in two ven- is*** WITH PURCHASE OF 1-LB. OftGIA BRAND
i ,
tures. On October 29th they hiked Brick
ti MEDALfl v _
to the lakefront for a halloween
By MARGARET TURVIN measures, and participated in a party and cookout. Each Deposit the (Big G) WITH PURCHASE OF 1-LB. PKG.
Four troops have a treat in campfire ceremony. Taking the scout had a specific duty and it w.t General Mills Symbol i Crack Good Treets
store for them. Their leaders course were Mildred Taylor Lula was a joyful success for all. ": I I1 w at WinnDixieStore. I
have completed the overnight Mae Campbell Joan Chandler On November 19th they had the General Mills
camp training course.They learn- and Hazel Gauthier.ed Brownie Investiture Ceremony at will donatee to the !
ed how to read and use a com the Youth Center.
Neighborhood meeting last Pam Reed I -
pass, tips on hiking and safety month was held at Joan ChandIt's made the welcome speech to the Salvation Army.in 1 1 50 Extra Tap Yatae SUapt
relation to deposits. ,
parents and the flag ceremonywas FRESH FLORIDA WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
carefully executed by Bobbie ONc PK FftOZCN .
Hughey, Becky Sullivan and Save 200 . Gold MedalFLOUR I 1 S u P Stuffed Shriii.u.;
Cindy Turvin. The new girls re- ,
ceived their Brownie Pin and 1 EGGLarge .OO.N..C. TTM
were welcomed into the troop. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
Joan Chandler's junior scouts i 1 2

,. Took a field trip to Gatorland 1i
TraditionalThe last week. They are planning to i
sing Christmas carols in Orange 1 1
I Gardens area sometime in De- 5-LI. _

familiar expression,"Your wish is cember.The Cadette troop of Mildred lAG 39\ 1. 2 89 -- 50 Extra T Yale a Stagy
our command, is an apt description of Taylor's just returned from a re- i DOL T- WITH THIS COUP6N AND PURCHASE OF
Limit 1 with 5.
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our efforts to follow the family's wishes warding visit to the Central order or rno; Two Pus FftOXCM KIN* tisKDownyflaka
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in conducting the funeral service; Florida Ceramics Show in Or Wafflts

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get some
ME"IEt centered around the family's wishes.
instruction for working on glass -
114E OROIfioc 3ASTOR
+KEGCDEN for a Christmas project. PURE CONCORD . 12-oz. Cans /. ALL PURPOSE

III ukt RIEDELI the tist Buster,essentials instructed Kenton needed,junior commercial to scouts complete ar-in Gripe Juice 2 For 69 i 1 Apples 5 Bog 49

their painting and drawing badge MORTON . Apple! Cherry, Peach, Coconut ; 50 Extra ahe Stamps
. . .. ., requirements. Hazel Gauthier is $-1 _
the leader of this troop. '
Fresh Sweet FloridaCORN
tubuANci. .u..ea 107 EMMETT STREE.J' 'Mis. Campbell's junior scouts, I-. .. PKG.. rBOXIN TASTE O' MA
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I 6 The Kissimmee Gazette, Kisslmrn, Fla., Thnrs, Dec. 5, 1963, Legion AuxiliaryTo Married Saturday To Speak

Gerald Woods, 21 and sisters. Linda and Winnie. Meet TonightThe

I Funeral services were held in III'
Dies of InjuriesGerald this Chapel of the Riedel Funeral ladies of Makinson-Carson::

Home at 3:30 p.m. Saturday with Unit No. 10, American Legion J''
Lester Woods, 21, of .
Auxiliary of Kissimmee will .
Rev Estelle Maffet, Pastor of pre-
Hickory Tree Road, St. Cloud
Faith. Assembly of God Church sent a Civil Defense Program .
died Wednesday night as a result St. Cloud, assisted by Rev. A. L. on Thursday, 5 December 63, at I . ,
of an automobile accident near Kirkland of Kissimmee. Interment the American Legion Home. i j

Kissimmee Monday morning. in Rose Hill Cemetery. Osceola County C-D Director r. '
Born in St Paul Minnesota he
Riedel Funeral Home in chargeof Major E. J. Smith will speak *
v lived most of his life in Kissim s
and show P
arrangements. two, 15 minute films } .
mee. He was a member of the I Civil
en Defense.
i Calvary Chapel Assembly of God '
The ladies will have a cover- ,
::1 Church, Kissimmee. He was employed .! Piano Recital ed dish supper at 6 p.m. to

I as o mechanics helper at Miss Myrtill F. Beals will present which the members of the Legion -

Starling Chevrolet in Kissimmee a group of her students in Post are invited.

j Survived by his wife, Anna pianoforte in a recital Thursday, The Civil Defense Programwill

Evonne uf St. Cloud, his; parents December 19th at the MyrtillaF. commence at 7:15 p.m. and I
Mr. and Mrs. Milo D. Woods ofKissimm Beals auditorium in the Os. the general public is invited to f Maj. Edgar Bundy.

son Robert Gerald ceola High School attend this presentation.
Major Bundy To
..,. II'on !
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3 : 3 Speak Here TonightMajor

r. s q btr ., Edgar C Bundy former NEW COMMODORE-Jack McCollum, left, was installedas
U.S. Air Force intelligence:
atJ Commodore of the Tohopekaliga Yacht Club Monday
officer, will speak at a patriotic
3 rally tonight at 7:30 at the Kis night. Arlo Lawrence, right, outgoing commodore, is

( simmee Church of the Nazarene.A shown congratulating McCollum on his new office. (Photo

former resident of Kissimmee by Eby)

he has become a very pop-
+ f ular speaker through publicityon
his testimony before a full

committee in Washington on en- -r'-J CK S--r
I a son .
tire Far Eastern Situation in- -
I I r 1 .. : cluding China, Siberia, Japan, y I
Manchuria, Korea, the Philippines
Y Southeast Asia and Alas- ,

s ka.He
is considered to be an ex-

i1s pert on Foreign Affairs and will

: speak on "The Communist ITIARKET

o Threat to American Internal Se-
The son of Merton E. and Ida
c hr11 i M. Bundy, he attended school OPEN 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK

here and was graduated from
Mrs. Charles Arthur Held
Miami High with honors in 1934. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY -

Charles Held Weds Miss Pamela Parris, cousin of NEW LOW EVERY DAY PRICES.

I the bride of Atlanta Georgia, I ................... ..&.................

was junior bridesmaid.Miss .

Lee Sherry Parris, also a BUSCH BAVARIAN [Plus Deposit]
I Nancy cousin, was flower girl. 79 4
Best man was Ray Owen of BEER'c Bottlt
e 1 / CI G, Hyattsvflle, Maryland. Ushers
Miss Lee Nelson became her wedding designed b
Nancy gown :y brother
... f the bride of Charles Arthur Jessica of Pandora. The gowi were of Sigurd the bride Eugene Sam Nelson and,Wendell - .. .. .. .. .. ... ... ....... ..... ..

i! Held November on Saturday at half the after thirtiethof seven exquisite was of ivory re-embroidered dulcette satin alencoi and of Toledo Allen, brothers and Maumec of the groom Ohio, FRESH BREAD Reg.;:::1.1 oc

I IF IT'S A GIFT FOR HER '. , ". f, o'clock in the First Methodist lace. The fitted bodice feature and the Messers. David Ower,

; Church of Elizabethton, Tenn- a scoop neckline and long sleeve s; Jeff Parris, .Atlanta, Georgia, ......................... ......e
) YOU'LL FIND IT AT essee. that ended in points over th<
and Fred Moore Johnson City, FRESH, GRADE "A" HOMOGENIZED
f The Rev. Alvert L. Brewster hands. A plastron of lace bead and Illinois.
was the officiating minister. ed with seed pearls was appliqu.
t The bride's mother chose a for MILK
F. The bride is the daughter of ed on the bodice and extending: of blue.
mal crepe sheath royal
INGRAM'Sst down the front of the dress
t Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Englehart panel : The bodice was traced with fine
1 e.np.ra! i.agl! *.+(rih! +!! ,! !: i Nelson. The controlled skirt was fashioned
threads of silver and gold fashioned GALLON
a aM .. .. !! **. *'esi+r** !.4rrtis*,frtyywfatii' The grooms parents are Mr. with unpressed pleats flow: with a square neckline and
t i and Mrs. Arthur Owen Held of ing into a cathedral train. Hei. sleeves. She completed her JUG 90e
a cap
long veil, Mantilla of Brussel:
Kissimmee, Florida. a : costume with long white kid
B The church was beautifully lace, was attached to a matchin I gloves and gold lame slippers [Plus Bottle Deposit]

decorated with varied types of pill box and was lined with imported and bag. Her corsage was white .................... . .. . .. .. .. '.
A brass candlelabra bearing cathed- silk illusion extending beyond orchids.
ral candles and garlands of smi- the train.
The mother of the groom wore ,
A lax and white carnations. Altar Her bouquet was of hybrid or: a formal sheath of light green [Regular 6-Oz. Bottles]
arrangements and topiaries were chids in Hogarth line. She won:.
0e taffeta with cocktail sleeves.
.. . FIRST of white snapdragons roses, hybrid a lovely diamond necklace a L Matching slippers and long white
0 and phaelaiopsis orchids. ,gift of, the groom.
LOWCOST'QUALITY kid gloves completed the cos 2ge
Professor Edward G. Lodter, Miss Carol Wilson, formei tume. Her corsage was also r
roommate of the bride and i
church organist, presented a program white orchids.

.. of nuptial music. Mrs. Sigurd Eugene Nelson sis: Parents of the bride were d
s The bride was escorted to the ter-in-law of the bride, were th, hosts at a brilliant reception at [Plus Bottle Deposit]

p WATCH chancel and given in marriageby honor attendants. Raymonds following the wedding. ... .. .. e '
1 her father. They wore sheath dresses o:f
The bride is a graduate of
She was strikingly beautiful in gold baccarat satin with floo:r
Eliabethton High School and attended BAVARIAN SELECT"BEER
length overskirts, formed of un
I i Agnes Scott College in
pressed pleats giving a gracefubell
a Decatur Georgia, where shes
v effect. Their headdresse!
majored in Philosophy and was
were tiarras of pearls with baccarat
: a student of piano.
o CARAVEL bouffant veils and floatin g Mr. Held a graduate of Geor- 6 BOTTLE
\t\V 4 IJ both gifts of th>
o topaz
:a ,. ... 4 j IL- r A PRODUCT OF BULOVA. bride. Long white gloves completed e: gia Tech with is the now Goodyear in training Tire program I CARTONPlus 69 4

# their 'costumes. I Ii
and Rubber Company n Akron,
first low-cost The carried bouquets of whit I e:i Ohio. [ Bottle Deposit]

phaelnopsis orchids arrangeon < Following a honeymoon trip to I . .. .... .. . ....... ......... ..
watch a muff of gold cut velvet wit!1
Quality Nassau, the couple will be at
extensions reaching the hemline
home at 1173 Leonard Blvd.,
Bridesmaids were: Misses Bar
f bara Adams Camilla Georgia; Kent, Ohio. GENESSEE BEER

f Dotsie Robinson, Americus, Geogia
; Martha Ann Morrow rWomen To Meet

t WATERPROOF gomery, Alabama; college classmates -
1ii . of the bride. Misses Viviai::1 The Kissimmee Council of 6 CAN
i. Morriss and Martha Jean Browning ,- Church Women will meet Wed- CARTON 89 ...

J of Elizabethton. nesday, December nth at 10

rAL L Their attire was identical t o a.m. in the bungalow of the
i 044 4 l = 11 I
1 -IO that of the honor attendants. First Methodist Church.

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Exquisitely! carved shock resistant unbreakablemaiosprinf. a
endpieces bold .
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diamonds.17jewels Precision: leweled movement G
In yellow UADIN6LAOY Tiny eta* waterproof*, shock resistant, styling shockresistit plus rug-. .
or white sic case bas a 21 Jewel luminous, dial.i construction
1 $!!,!! shock resistant movement Prtcision-itwclcd
:* &.,' Expansion traceMuir feeftrt seek precsie! movement
C- let ,la yellow or whit*. Jeweled accuracy, sick Huirvstylmf. 10.95
$41.11 swk lasting tonality
e 1. at this tow! price.
ear templet e select) FROM ONLY
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SENATOR Drn. ., Jeweled watches kern .sly
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17-ewel| shOCI-re- !F
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Adjustable expansion 9 n ,.. / crow art hittct hen plus ton ssQ
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Diamonds, a .

'1 Costume If you're after a little more action than you've been accustomed to floor is completely carpeted.And under the hood?A sttteferd V8(318

: getting in the low-price field look what we've got for you. The '64 cu. in.)with more muscle than is common in other low-price cars.

YOU q: '. Birthstone e Dodge Polara 2-door hardtop,a quick moving automobile that doesn't Price? Right with cars like Ford and Chevy. Hwt's our proposition -

: L. Rings, Wallets, look, ride or feel like any low-priced car you've ever tried before. -why buy just any tew-prfeid car, wfcm yw CM step lIP to

' a GET MORE STYLES KECATTAM"I other Luxury is standard equipment on this one.The interior,for instance, Dodge and a lot more a tenlaMt!. Ale pwate Muirf IK up on rt? I

TO CHOOSE FROM Selfwindingwaterproof. plus many is all-vinyl The front seat has extra deep foam padding and features Dodge's sales increase is mere ten t ton times Hut. of the industry. '

: Jewels. Smart.two-23 gift suggestions "' a comfort-providing flip-down center armrest at no extra cost The People knowa good thingwhen tfeeysec C Sw it.,surpodgeDrrlets( .
MORE QUALITY tone dial.wile raised proof GALLEON.*, shock-r Wattr.
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The Klssitn.nee Gazette. Kissimmee, Fla.. 'I'1Htn.. Nov. 5, It8I ''T


This the 12th day of November. Post Office Bids
Minimum charge up j FOR SALE-14 ft. fibreglass boat LEGAL NOTICESIN 963.. Judge Rules

to 15 words....................75c 35 HP Mercury Motor. Also REALTORAMA THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Merriel Administratrix Belle King of the On PetitionsST. To Be Opened Today

trailer. Call 847-1372. COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. Estate of
l Each additional word.... 5c FLORIDANO. CROSBY Invitations for bids will be

Classified Display :FOR SALE 18-foot Glastrum 5699. NETTLE. CLOUD-Petitions for the asked today for the extensionand
IN RE: ESTATE OF BRINSON AND McWHIRTER recall of Commissioner John B.
(Boxed) per inch1.10 boat with curtains. 75 HP CORA M. GAYLORD. Deceased. Attorneys for Administratrix remodeling of the local post

Deadline for all Classified Motor. Heavy duty trailer. A LakeA NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Kissimmee, Florida Hudson will not be thrown out. office according to a telegram
Facing fAKE APPLICATION !'OR Nov. 14. 21. 28. Dee. 5. 1963 City Attorney O. P. Johnson in
Advertising 5 P.M. Tuesday n. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- NOTICE OF SUIT a written opinion addressed to A. S. Heriong. Jr.
prior to publication. FOR SALE-Kay % bass fiddle CERN .N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN the St. Cloud City Commission. -". '.
CLASSIFIED 1960 model like new. Call 847- Family Home-Screened 18'x that Mary Gardner has filed her AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCEOLA. stated that the city clerk should STOVB KfnUOBUYOftS -
4583 after 5:30 p. m. final return ax executrix .C the STATE OF FLORIDA. In Chang permit the attachment of the
ADVERTISING RATES 38' swimming pool and patio. Estate of Cora M. Gaylord. deceased ry. TIMOTHY HERRICK. Plaintiff .
proper sworn affidavits to the USED
that she vs. CATHERINE A. HER-
; has filed Petition for
FOR SALE-1961 Ford convertible 4 Bedrooms ((1 has outside door, Final Discharge and that she will RICK. Defendant. NOTICE OF petitions.It .

Phone 847-2881 power steering radio ideal for office) apply. to the Honorable O. P. Johnson SUIT.CATHERINE The State A. HERRICK.of Florida Yare to was also his opinion that FURNITURE
County Judge of Osceola
To Place Your Ad heater. SI.300. Phone 847-2591. 2 Baths County Florida on the 16th day hereby notified that a suit inequity the clerk should not permit the S w H-Thurmond
of December. 1963. for approval of for divorce has been brought
petitions to be taken from his 1013 W.ct church ORLANDO
FOR SALE-Cowboy outfit. Including same and for final discharge as against you by Timothy Herrick In
2-Car Garage executrix of the estate of Cora M. the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial custody.
boots size 9% Texas
: Circuit In and for County of
Gaylord. deceased.This Hudson had
ARTICLESFOR hat size 7%. brand new suit. 2 Screened porches 12th day of November. Osceola. State of Florida. and you attempted to negate Ftowwrt For AH Oece"""
A. D. 1963. are hereby summoned. ordered and the signatures and will of
SALEFOR size 42. Original cost over $100. Living room, family room, breakfast nook for 6, 1/ MARY GARDNER required to file your written answer more than 500 people on the
Offered at $25. Call Howard E. defenses to the Complaint ELLIE HUGH'S
washer Mary Gardner. Executrix of or
refrigerator, dryer. technicality that
Foster Sands Motel Orlando. range the Estate of Cora M. rued herein against you In the proper -
SALE Used lumber 150xl60 Gaylord. deceased above entitled cause In the officeof were not attached to the peti-- riotisTIS
Garden 2-0777. City water, sewers, paved streets cor- Murray W. Oventreet. Jr. the Clerk of the Circuit Court tions for his
plumbing supplies galvanized ner lot. Woven wood fence 130' long. .Attorney for Executrix In and for Osceola County. Florida.at recall. M7-4S11
roofing full inch material suitable FOR SALE: Deluxe cabin fits on Box 482Klsslmmee. his office In the Court House In Quoting from a section of 28 WOAflWAt -

for farm and ranch pickup truck sleeps 4. Refrigerator Florida Kissimmee. Florida. on or before American Jurisprudence Judge
use. Nov. 14. 21. 28. Dec. 5. 1963 the 6th day of January A.D. 1964.
Evans Hardware. 847-4564. gas etc. Ideal for and to serve a copy of such answer Johnson wrote the following:
Al TO BIDDERS vr defenses upon Brinson and Me- "Where through oversight the LEARN BARBERING
camping hunting fishing. I
EDIBI Plaintiff
$37,000 Whlrter. Attorneys for
DS WILL BE RECEIVED Year titers Is a
address Is Post Office oath of verification is not at- lasers
uminum. Cost $3.000. sacrificefor BY THE GOVERNING herein whose wcll-pajrlar prfe.u.m
CLERKDISPATCHER 2250. Excellent condition. BOARD OF THE CENTRAL AND Box 348. Kissimmee. Florida. tached to each paper signed as Day Night Classes
on or before said date as required
Like Phone 8472833. SOUTHERN FLORIDA FLOOD fall do Decree part of the petition for a recall VJi. Approved
Barber College
Pro Confesso will be entered it has been Orlando
OFFICES AT 901 EV- held that such omis-
against for the relief demanded S3W S. Orange Bl Tr.
FOR SALE: 14 ft. fibreglas boat ERNIA STREET. WEST PALM In the you Complaint. sion may be supplied after the GA 8-MH
35 h. Mercury motor. Also COUNSELORS INC. A.M. EST. DEC. 19. 1963. FOR WITNESS my hand as Clerk of petitions have been filed."
trailer. $575. 104 Drury Ave. THE FOLLOWING WORK: said Circuit Court of Osceola
\1'IIi..alionll 'being accepted to create Operation and tending of boat County. Florida and the seal of
| j said Court at Kissimmee. Osceola Mrs. BallentineTo Call. .
eligible lit with Police Uept. 2 Broadway Kissimmee locks as necessary for passage of ,
boats at Structure 61. Canal 35 County. Florida. on the 26th day
Male or female, typing required Cmb BARGAIN le; Zippers BARN s. TthRra 847-3156 847-3157 South of Lake Tohopekallga. log of November. A. D. 1963. Be Speaker Parks Furniture Co.
15 .word minute no he 7e all lock end boat operations and
per age ; Ear JUb Se'; SkeS7e Clerk of Circuit Court
make monthly reports thereof. .f Yew
; Socks lie Pillows 7> perform For Prompt a..a
limit no experience necetiary.A ; e; minor preventative! maInten-- Osceola County Florida ;Mrs. Karla Ballentine one
Shirt $1; Pant $1; Dresses KEROSENE FUEL OIL-PHIL- FOR (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) tentlOHtATOftPtion
RENT-Two furnished
|>|>lirali. ..n- may hr picked up at S1.M; BBC S&e; NjrUas S9c; bedroom ance. such as oiling and greasing. BRINSON AND McWHIRTER time candidate for governor of
rliirf: of 1'olirr office.Last Haakles fie: Pasties' Ifie; Belt HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. house. Screened front keeping grounds trimmed. policed Attorneys for Plaintiff Maryland will be the guest 47-4171

dab to file application ii January Hair t&c; Caps Net. 15 4e":; Spread.T-Shlrta S2.5 SIe*;. OSCEOLA OIL GO. WO porch utility room. 915 Patrick. and structure watered to maintain operate the the optimum control Kissimmee. Florida speaker! at the Kissimmee Ethical -
Nov. 28. Dec. 5. 12. 19, 1963
NORTH MAIN ST. 8(7-3941. water levels on Lake Tohopekallga.
11.. Nearly Everybody Trade at TileBu&ala Apply Patrick. Fellowship next Sunday nightat
Br. Come to Sibert Contractor Is to live on the prem-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES Christian Science
MI1U Warehouse la Davenport '. FOR RENT-Three front ses and quarters provided by the COURT OSCEOLA COUNTY. 7:30 at the Orange Gardens
(:.iil ni..I HoardI'oluf 1.... lat.ly. Follow the tint., room Central and Southern Florida Flood FLORIDA.NO. Community Building. Mrs. Bal- Society
BARGAIN BARN. I FOR RENT'm apartment. Screened porch. Control District.INSTRUCTIONS.
and l Fir DepartmentsI'.iu . tii TO BIDDERS. 4697. lentine is well qualified to speakon
Open Day Aad S ad
.. yv m Oil heat. 217 Palmway. IN RE: ESTATE OF Each W.d. 8
: .>f KhwinmirrMm. AND PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS WILLIAM McKINNEY. Deceased. the subject of "Woman's Sta- p.m.

FOR RENT MAY BE OBTAINED AT NOTICE OF SALE tus in Religion and Law having 309 N. Randolph
Three ,
: .Jrw Tharkrr.MrrrUry RENT-Two bedroom fur- : room apart- THE DISTRICT'S OFFICES AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
and naniinrr. BOAT FOR SALE-IP fibre- nished duplex apt. Easy walking ment on lake front. Furnished. BIDDERS WILL BE EXPECTEDTO that the undersigned Administra spent many years researchingthe Sunday Service 1 f a.m.

glass offshore type wide distance to town. Lake- With carport. By month or sea WORK EXAMINE AND FAMILIARIZE THE SITE THEMSELVES OF trix of the Estate of William Mc- subject in Washington, D.C., Sunday School 9:30 a jn.GREEN'S .
Kinney. deceased. will sell the following -
deep safe. Side curtains! back- front location. Call 847-2841 or son. Can 847-3866 after 5 pan. WORK WITH THE REQUIRED described property belong with retired U. S. Supreme Court

drop. New convertible top and after 5 m. 847-3207. Avail BEFORE SUBMITTINGBIDS. ing': to said estate. to-wit: Justice Burton and others in government

POSITIONSOPEN new battery. 35 HP electric able December p. 12. I APARTMENTS FOR RENT-$ THE RIGHT IS RESERVED AS Lots better's 2 to Subdivision.7. Inclusive of Osceola Led- and university fields. FUEL

starting Evlnrude and trailer. I Jll $12 per week. Mrs. Paul TRICT THE INTERESTS MAY OF THE DIS County, Florida according to the The public is invited to attend

847-4361 after 5 pjn. or Sat- FOR RENT-Small furnished cot I! Davis 114 Emmett Street JECT ANY OR REQUIRE ALL PROPOSALS TO REofficial recorded plat In thereof the office as filed of and the this talk and the ensuing discussion Safes and Service

urday. tage. Adults only. 408 South I' TO WAIVE ANY INFORMALITY Clerk of the Circuit Court of Os- followed by a coffee hour.
Kill Vacancies
Existing RENT Kitchenettes: PROPOSAL. OR TO RE-
II' ceola
Clyde Avenue. ADVERTISE FOR OTHER OR County There is no charge. PHOHII47-4172 147-4171
I'atrolntan--age. 21.3:). high school) rooms and trailer apartmentswith FURTHER PROPOSALS. at a public sale to the highest and io.
SHOP IN KISSIMMEE best bidder for cash on December I KISSIMMff
,graduate.F'irrnun. FOR RENT-2 room furnished lake and shuffleboard. By. ING BY BOARD ORDER OF THE GOVERN 18 1963. at 12:00: o'clock noon at SAND ROCK

ape 2I-.15.:! high ..rhoolprailuatr. apartment. Ground floor close week month or year. Capitol AND SOUTH-ERN OF THE CENTRAL FLORIDA I the Courthouse In Klsslmmee. Os MORTAR MIX For Oat Delis: Phone

in. Phone 847-4277 or 847-3783. Motel St. Cloud Hwy. 441. FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT. ceola County Florida. I Harold Wigal 847.2054
BOY SCOUTCHRISTMAS CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN., Dated this 18th day of November STEEL & WIRE MESH I R. FUtctwr. 847-4539

1slrrietncr: | not nMrwarj.l'a TREES VISIT TROPICAL PARK. Lots FOR RENT-6 room unfurnished FLORIDA FLOOD CONTROL 1963.DELLA ENGLE Kenneth Udto.

> range fi5f92I'I.li..alion" rrkl\.\. $10 down. $7.00 month. $595 and house. 8 Brack Street, Can 847- ERNING DISTRICT BOARD BY ITS GOV. Della Engle. Administratrixof 892.7695151.( cloud]
'\ mat !bf' picked ul'] at Sproule & Brodway Bys the Estate of William For Go Sf PhoneJ.
Route 441 North K1ss1n1- 3702 after 6 Riley S. MilesChairman rwee:
p.m. R
up. McKlnney. deceased tfifflQr
CIirr..r: r liiiffirr ur Chief fFirr B. RovnfrM 847-4062
Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. I
Last date to file I applications It Jan.uarv claim prize from our NOTICE TO DEF0 Box 492. Kissimmee. Florida 0 Emory ftronton,84JU370
l.*! * Canadian',Grown FOR RENT 3 room apt. $55. your IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Nov. 21, 28, Dec: ,j5., 12. 1963 UoG"ovrd 847-Mfet
= Board.
lfan f T '.'V Utilities furnished. Efficiency Lucky Penny Jackpot THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN IN THE -COUNTY JUDGE'S R. H. Hull 892-1212' *. Oovtf-
I.isilSeru TarilPoliswandlsrreDe1"riments: l tcotch-Pine . $40. '108 Vernon Street Kissim- Hunt Bros. AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCE COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. or coM H. T. Simmons, Mf.
FOR RENT New house trailer. 5286.
(:"ilif. KiwimmrrM Plaintiff. vs. PATRICIA MUM IN RE: ESTATE OF .
TROOP 291 SURE to check your West- Adults only. 8474733. POWER BOWLIN. Defendant. NOTICE SADIE M. BRANNON. Deceased. O Berry 847, 3219
Tyr"er 847 4487
: Jnw HUM.krr.secretary KISSIMMEEYOCOOKlW1Th clox Lucky Numbers at your.. FLORIDA TO PATRICIA NOTICE MAKE OF INTENTION TO Phone: 847-3524 John Eros St Cloud/ 892 3481Radio


_ .... ___ __ .r unknown.thatilt- --You In are equity hereby for dlvo t ceTO ft ALL WHOM IT MAY CONNOTICE ---

FOR RENT has been brought against 700bY "' : IS HEREBY GIVEN SAUl SHVICI
SALE-An ideal home in DAVID Q. BOWLIN In the Circuit that E. Dale Brannon has filed his and
Furnished 2-bedroom Duplex. Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuitin final report as ancillary executorof ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
Oil furnace carport.8200. Orange Gardens 707 George and for County of Osceola. Stateof the Estate of Sadie M. Brannon.
Street; 2 bedrooms den patio. Florida and you are hereby. deceased; that he has filed petition No u rwMwvcs
.:Summoned ordered and required to T V
Furnished 3-room 5500. for final discharge and that
apt. carport; planned for comfort I i i1iHI
file your written answer or defenses will apply to the Honorable O. P ARK FURNITURE CO.
FOR SALE-3-bedroom.2-bath. Beautifully landscaped. Open to the Complaint filed here- Johnson. p
County Judge of Osceola
in In the above entitled .
against -
S30O down.Two bedroom furnUhed for you County. Florida __ St. a..
inspection by appointment. cause. In the office of the Clerkof on the 23rd day
,6500. Call Sam Lupfer and Son 847 the Circuit Court In and for of some December.and 1963. for approval of
for final discharge as
Osceola County. Florida at his of-.
KING'S REALTY 4121. fice In the Court House In Klsslm ancillary executor of the Estate of
L mee. Florida on or before the 16th Sadie M. Brannon deceased.
81O w. VINE: ST. FOR SALE in Orange Gardens; day of December. A.D., 1963. and A.D.This 1963.12th day of November. NORRIS CLEANERS
to serve a copy of such answer or
I BLUE Lustre not only rids carpets 2 bedroom 1 tile bath furnish defenses upon Thacker and Thacker. s/ E. DALE BRANNONE.

of soil but leaves pile soft ed home. Patio. Florida room Plaintiffs attorneys herein Dale Brannon Ancillary
Executor of the Estate KISSIMMEE'S
whose address Is Box 527. Klsslm
GAS and lofty. Rent electric sham- and hobby room. Lot 72x120 mee. Florida. on or before saId Sadie M. Brannon. deceased
pooer S1.00. Parks Furniture This is a good value. $10,500. date as required by law. If you fall Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. 103 East Dakin. Phone 847-4941
to do so. a Decree Pro Confesso Attorney for Ancillary Executor
Contact Florence Harriett As-
Company. Box 492. K1ulmm Florida
will be"entered against you for the
sociate with W. H. Morse Cor relief demanded In the Complaint. Nov. 2L 28. Dec. 5. 12. 1963

BECAUSE AMERICA'S FINEST poratbn. 323 Broadway 847 said rSSS my hand as Clerk oCounty. f
3133. ClFloriK and the seal of Methodists Plan
and efficient,. meeting
said issi mmee. Osceola ROTHROCK SEPTIC
every modern cooking need Fast, LAKEFRONT: 3 bedroom home County. Florida on this the 12th Busy Schedule
clean economical cooking. Man in day of November, A.D.. 1963.
Sheltered boat
ual controls or fully automatic. basin (S) GLENN RAY
You can expect outstanding performance large lot. Equipped kitchen. Clerk of the CircuitCourt.
Committment Day was observed TANK CO.
Osceola County
with a distinctly Frigidaire washer and dryer.
FLORIDA Church thispast
---,'...--\..... Green's Fuel Gas Range. Drapes included. $15,000. Contact CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) at First Methodist 209
Sunday. persons
Thacker and Thacker
Florence Harnett Associate -
Attorneys for Plaintiff cards committing themselves to
with W. H. Morse corporation Florida
- KIssimmee. total abstinence from the of
GREEN'S I1P 323 Broadway 8473133. Nov. 14. 2L 28. Dec. 5. 1963 use SEPTIC TANKS-A
FUEL alcoholic beverages. This: serviceis SIZE FOR EVERY NEED.

1 FOR SALE on contract. 6 room IN THE COUNTY COURT JUDGE OF THE observed annually in the Meth- CEMENT WORK 280 GAUON GREASE TRAPS

THE 'J1 GAS furnished home in business OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDANo. odist Church on the first Sundayin

area. Corner lot 75x93. Separate NOTICE TO. 5777 CREDITORSIN DecemberA 15 YEARS EXPERIENCEK.

ar ...y.q garage. Only $1,000 down RE THE ESTATE OF ) very busy program is plan-
PARKS '1 : i and balance at $80 month and NETTIE CROSBY. Deceased ) ned at First Methodist for the

_ FURNITURE CO. : 6% interest. Contact Florence tributees To all Creditors.and all Persons Legatees.having Dis balance of the month of Decem C. ROTHROCK, Owner and Operator

See Us For Your Gas Appliances" Harnett. Associate with W. II. Claims Estate: or Demands against said ber. The calendar of Christmas LOCATED AT KISSIMMEE TRANSIT-MIX CO.
month is
I I Morse Corporation 323 Broadway You and each of you are hereby observances for the as
KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD 847-3133. notified and required to present follows: Dec. 8, White Gifts Scrv

847-4171 8922011THERE'S any claims which you or either of ice 11:00 A.M.; Dec. 15 Christmas PHONE 847-3524
you may have against the estateof
FOR SALE: two homes 175' x NETTIE CROSBY. deceased, late Cantata 7:00 P.M.; Dec. 17

i 128 on West Vine Street. Both of Osceola County Florida to the Chancel l Choir entertains Tourist
County Judge of said County at his
for 12000. Call 847-2398 W. L. office In the Court House at Kls Cub. '8:00 P.M.; Dec. 22. Open

Ketchum slmmee. Florida. within six calendar House at new parsonage 3:00-
For Of months from the date of the STEEL SALESAny
Any first publication of this Notice. 5:00 P.M.; Dec. 22, Children'sChristmas
Each claim or demand must be In Program 7:00 P.M.; Dimension-Any Amount Competitively(
i ) wood floor,. Can be writing and must state the placeof
Dec 23 Sr. Hi Party. of Priced.
These residence of the claimant and
I seen in Holopaw. Can Orlando 23 Jr. Hi Truck Bodies- r,-Horse Trailers
must be sworn to by the claimant Julianne Miles; 6ett'T
fe TRENp 1 OF DEATH 1 ANfi 1 1I 277-7601 and 277-6372. his agent or attorney. or the same Caroling Party. AND' TraHers.
Houses will become void according to law BUILT REPAIRED.

FOR SALE: Three bedroom Mobil A8 Work 6wof J.
Complete Welding Shop DESTRUCTION I BY AUTOMOBILE; CoiiwterclalSmcttlxes hove mldora Park. Lot 150 x
360. Air conditioned. Priced to Old Orlando Highway Near Uvestock Market.

selL Contact Betty Eby 847. ROUTE 1, BOX 258-A KISJIMMCE

2881 or 847-4386. NOTICE OF PUBLIC


_rlier this year, the National Safety Council re- Additions HEARINGNotice 847898OSCEOLA

Ap rted that death and Injuries due to auto acCIdents POODLE' GROOMING

for 1962 had reached an all time high.r4bw AluminumSKHIK Phone 847-3670

I a fresh look at 1963 shows no change In the | u hereby given that the City Commission TIRE

I upward trend. Adequate automobile insurance is RITA HUNT will hold a public hearing at 8:00 P.M. Friday, December

L mire vital to your welfare than ever before. s AlwninumAw 20, 1963, Commission Room City Hall Stewart SERVICECustom

l l i falce an honest look at your automobile coverage II' HJS WANTED Home for puppies. Avenue, Kissimmee Florida to hear those persons interested CS> Recapping

before another week goes by. If you don't have S Storefront Part chow and German Shep in the application of Orange Gardens, Inc. to W

reasonable protection, you should talk to us. herd. Can Beany Ledbetter at change the zoning from RA-2 single family residential 223 9. BERMUDA
M..eeEsti..tes PHONE 847-2267
847-4251 or 847-3451. to RC-1 multiple family residential: for the following

ONLY TWO MORE days left to described property: .

: H claim your prize from our

LUPFER'Snsurcmce SEE.K. Lucky Penny Jackpot Board. BE WISE ECONOMIZE :

Hunt Bros. Block G, Orange Gardens Subdivision located at.

C. flnv re/ k.TRIANGLE . BE SURE to check your West the SW corner of Thacker and Vine)). EXTRA QUALITY BLOCKS AT NO EXTRA COST.

- Agency i clox Lucky Numbers at your PHONE 847-4021

Westclox dealer--HUNT BROS.


11 Stewart SCPkeee when it comes to commercial

$rosldwey-Ntaxt T* Iht tank-847-4121 847-3271'p printing. Can 84 -2381 today NEPTUNE ROAD KISSIMMffT

and ask for Mr. Mears.

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Klnlmmr Gazette, KlMtaimw, Fto. Thma. Dec. S, 1MJ ticides to prevent loss of leaves: i Intercession City News eIs.*sd to Mrve tot JIM: the
And regular "Grooming" the! few.- H. B. Kreider. president:
:t.r- MIls Inez Rickard. secretary.:
County Agent Comments- act of removing unwanted or unsightly n
parts from rose plants to Mrs. Anna Stafford, treasurer;
improve their growth and ap- Priscilla McMillin the Rev. C. P Pridgeon. first

Protects pearance. Let's take a closer vice president; Orville Olsen
Banking look at this matter of grooming. second vice president; Kenneth

What's included in this inspectionand ..rr Weds E. WheelerBy MacGresor, third vice presi-
trimming of rose plants? dent; Frank dark, fourth vice

Young I ; Citrus Trees Why is grooming the plants con SIRS. D. G. OWLETTThe gown which she had fashionedand president been
sidered a regular part of their Mrs. Pearl Black has not
Community Thanksgivingdinner made. It was of white satin
well Her Hurt has
And, bow often is son.
care? grooming
By JIM SMITH therefore, giving more protectionfrom needed? sponsored by the Christian with imported lace-long sleeves, her to their home in Maryville.Tenn. .
County Agent cold than banks that did the Day School was well attended fitted bodice with chapel train. .
Roses bloom throughout
Don't get caught with your not have this time interval beforea long growing season in Florida. Eighty-eight dollars Her veil was of nylon illusion. Mr. and Mrs. Meson Wheeler t
were cleared. About 100 partookof She carried a white Bible-a
Banks down. This statement has freeze. dinner of
were Sunday guests i
Of this does not mean
been seen in many and varied Recent rains have made condi- that course they constantly covered the sumptious meal, after gift from her aunt. It was topped Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Owlett ,

news articles relating to banking tions good for growth of small with flowers are, but there are five which a season of spiritual and with a white orchid. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Williamson -
young citrus trees, but should be grains such as oats and Rye and the L.TO inspiration fellowship enjoyed The bridesmaid was gownedin of Ctemson, S.C with chil-
to periods during
repeated. Banking ahead of a conditions are excellent for Clover seven flowers year under the leadership of John royal blue velvet with head dren Timothy and David spent
when on a
freeze gives banks time to settle; production. Old fields of clo- plant at many one time. These open peaksof Robertson who is wintering here. covering to match-also made the Thanksgiving. season at the ,
ver should be fertilized now, if Florida production or"flushes" He spoke on the 23rd Psalm.A by herself. home of Mrs. Williamson's parents ,
this has not been done earlier of bloom-are morning Thanksgiving serv- Decorations were baskets of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. New-
Complete Chopping stimulates clover to separ- ice was held in the Morrison white pompoms, gladioli and
ton on Charity St.
of four to
ated by periods eight I
reseed and in most old fields of Memorial Church at which the chrysanthemums. The bride and
GROVE clover this is advised. weeks when fewer flowers are pastor the Rev. J. C. Baynum, groom knelt for blessing beforea
Its' after each flush of
Mites to be spoke. beautiful bridal altar.A .
were expected /1.'
SERVICE heavy this fall and winter, but bloom that we find rose bushesto The Rev. and Mrs. Baynumwere reception followed in the 'Q
be in need of grooming.
not to the extent that they have entertained for Thanksgiving school dining hall with about 100
r developed. In this Approach the grooming job dinner at the home of Mr. in attendance. Wedding cake
many groves
armed with a pair of sharp pruning '
and Mrs. Benny Lang in Or- lime
problem has developed to a point and punch were
shears and portable
a lando-niece of Mrs. Baynum.Mr. with mixed nuts and served'i
where be
extra sprays may nec- container to unwanted VISIT HERE Sen. John E. Mathews Jr. of
t essary.' Before sprays are ape carry away son Evan Davis spent Thanks- The bride is a
plied restrictions on use should: parts trimmed from the John Mathews, former Supreme Court Justice, of Jack- giving in Winter Haven at the Home Economics in Jackson
should be
be checked. bush. Spent Flowers sonville will be the guest of Sen. Irlo Bronson at the Elks Lonnie Richmond home. The ville. They will be living in Lake I

Miticides that have been used removed ell-formed by leaf.cutting Usually just above the firstor a Club here December 9th at 11 a.m. to meet the public. .Richmonds are former residents City where the groom is study-! cf
combined red i of Intercession City. ing for his degree.
satisfactory for second five-leaflet leaf under Residents are invited to come in and meet Senator Math-
G.M. Mrs. Gertrude Dalton has re LaVerne Campbell is home
and Rust Mite control should be -
flower is to and have of coffee and for lunch. He will .,..
the a good place ews a cup stay the winter in servicein l..dJIei..i dis'r re.
combined with Chlorobengilate or I turned to spend from two years of army Swurt HUGHEYGROVE sulfur because of the severity of make the cut. Just as in harvest- be introduced by Sen. John McCarty of Ft. Pierce. There her home 012 First Street. Texas. He was in Dallas at .u i. Ccmtra ft***.. Drtrpltlyosr
Rust Mites this ing flowers for indoor use, or in will also be several other Florida senators present for the Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Rathburnof the time of the assassination of fswilp . ..... t.er grab
SERVICE& year. k tkie 1&F
winter pruning, this trimming to Ir agy1AMa
MANAGEMENTSp For best results the care of remove spent flowers must include occasion. Senator Mathews is an announced candidate for Columbus, Ohio are visiting President Kennedy.The ..sllsibg e Ji.irg ......

roses involved two practices consideration of the devel-- governor. relatives here-their son and. annual business meetingof ..... ..... a ......,.
which attention family and their daughter and the Civic Association was fW 0M0IIt -- '--
require more
loom A Hand ,,
of the
opment new flowering .-
husband-Mr. and Mrs. Edgar held evening in the
than with other garden plants. on Monday ILL
shoots. Making a clean, slopingcut JM(
e Fertilizing ft Dusting These two practices place roses: Aa Wyant and children. dining hall, with acting presi-
above the leaf bud which
e Mechanical Hoeing,Bank in maintenance just Mr. and :Mrs. Stanley Winters dent-the Rev. H. B. Kreider
high category ...........,
will normally develop, will .
ing A Cultivating -high, at least when compared have purchased a home in Aurora ' presiding. ........o.tMtH ..
future ,,
its possible
to the care required by other Missouri, and will not be The Rev. C. P. Pridgeon open-
For Personalised Service stubs
flowering shrubs. The require- growth. Long or ragged coming for the winter. We will ed the meeting with scripture.Maj. .
should be avoided.
ments in question involve regular miss them. Edward J. Smith of the
Donegan Ave, KIsslmmet application of chemical Preventing fruit development is Mr. and Mrs. Willacd Lory county Civil Defense Commission -
pes- one of the reasons for groomingthe and daughters spent Thanksgiving spoke briefly on his work FIRST

rose plant after each main with daughter and husband, as head of the county defense.
period of flowering. If left on the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hulsey and I A local committee is to be an- NATIONAL
RANCH AND GROVE plant, the base to which the pet then went to Indiana to see MrLory's nounced at the January meeting -
als are attached will usually en- mother before returning: of the Civic Association to
large forming a small apple-like home. facilitate this project. BANK

SPREADER SERVICEEARL fruit. By removing the faded Mr. and Mrs. Carl Josephsen l A committee was announced
I flowers, food materials needed to and sons, Troy and Nathan,,, to provide refreshments" the
form the fruit can be diverted ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. G. C. ol[
CELEBRATE spent Thanksgiving as guests January meeting-Gladys Clark, KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
MURPHY to production of additional flowering Prentice celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary on Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nichols ou]L Margaret Cole and Mrs. Edward

OWNER Polyantha growth.and Floribunda rose Thanksgiving Day. They moved to Kissimmee 40 years Hope Street. Bolt.
Priscilla McMillin, daughteinf The following officers were
r varieties produce clusters or from Chattanooga, Tenn., and have five children liv-
I ago .
I r PHONE 8473821Post I Mr. and Mrs. John McMillin.
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I sprays of flowers at the end of ing. Also 11 grandchildren and six greatgrandchildren.Their -became the bride of Edwin Serving the

lateral branches. The flowers son, Robert E. Prentice, and family of Dade City Wheeler the evening following CHICKEN BARBEQUEat
Office Box 143 Kissimmee, Fla. born in these clusters mature at Farming Interestsof
. ...L Co.' r.1--.r.: .':. Xll::__ : I, different times. spent the day with his parents. Thanksgiving Day. theAMERICAN OsceoJa Countyfor
The Rev. Fred Toms officiated
-- -- at the ceremony in the Morrison Over 35 Year
Memorial Church. Mr. McMillin HOME

gave his daughter in marriage. Saturday,Dec. 7th
Wedding bands were exchanged 5 to 7
-expressing enduring love and p.m.
faithfulness.The Adults - - - 81.25

bride's apartment com- Children - - 50c
panion attended as maid of hon-
I or. Mr. Wendell Wheeler was PUBLIC
MIMHI fitfUl
groom's man for his brother. INVITED INSMANO COftPOMTWN
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