The Arcadian
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 Material Information
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: January 9, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 13 (Jan. 9, 1925).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579554
oclc - 33424602
notis - ADA7400
lccn - sn 95047230
System ID: UF00079901:00002
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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Iright' And Prosperous Future Foreseen En DeSoto County, For '64' ; .. FFL0:7DAHlSfOtu(

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If the consensus of opinion the general picture ror '64! '64 of business December 03 the promise for the state :and this ,
,,among; Arcadia businessmen At the postofflce. which Is Projection bank showed total resources county "will get" Its share."I .
tan serve as a guide the future due for a bit of faceliftingthis listed at $7.960.342.14 over $7. an only now gettiiiK fa- V; O O !
of DeSoto County for 1964 month, Gordon Johnson totaled $39.084 as compared to vice prt'Sldent.tated.. "And t.eoo.7 490 for a similar periodin miiiarlced' with DeSoto County c\1 d

shots bright and prosperous. postmaster expects postal receipts 377,331.59 In the calendar year. mean for the nation, state. De 1962. ," Da..**.. said "but from Q
Postal receipts are ,up. both to top any previous year 1962. Soto County and Arcadia. You John II Daniel, new head of what I see and hear it looks >
banks report substantial gains; In Arcadia's history tor *04. First Federal Savings and can emphasize that!" the DeSoto County Chamber of like good business in '64:' (
there) is a million-dollar housing and although Christmas mailing Loan shows an overall gain: of At DeSoto National Dank. Commerce, stated that he can Many city projects begun In JAN j Igo
project ready for construction ell off this past ,year the S719.1S0.23 at the close of business !- Willis Peacock, executive vice ee no other way for DcSotoi" 1063 will carry. over into then
and the city and county overall picture showed receipts December 31. 1963. president give a aimilsr prediction -' ,.itty: to go but forward a. ..>w vi.:ar :jv:c",it.,Una w Waj'neSjinLorti.
have plans in the offing for above 11X2 due to increased "Thc outlook for the coming and states that the outlook rtdiction. front states government city "n\h\i.trtor; :
better public acilities. That's postal rates. Receipts for 1963 year is excellent! ". Bryan" Mack I is -bright. At the close. heads haM out great (.Conttnu 01: page a-A)

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SIXTEEN PAGES TEN CENTS; Arcadia DeSoto County Florida. Thursday January 9. 196.'OLl'ME XXXX No. 15


; atB Community With Activity Fo r County tijr9k b !r-

H Fair Events Next Tuesday Through Saturday +ra g -' __..

IT; you want to find a busy busy arran.-: .; c exhibits cleaning bean. mt at !too) p.m, Tuesdayand January 19 3. and K puRStble,f hol..na.. a w.iiter, lair and such _L
place tills coming weekend. It up booths and the like In according: to the schedule! It will In the future be a fall'wen held for a number of
to suggested that you visit the preparation for the opening! of under way fcl the prevent time, or winter event. year and were sucvessful. but
I county fair grounds on South the LKSoto County fair oil everything will lx in readiness When the association was'
Brcvard where scores of men Tuesday. Jar.. 14. for the gate to swit! : open. organized here _... 10 year on nearly every occasion' a few. iVyy W M ,, f V
women and young people are Ac':.il opening time. ha The last fair was staged in ago It was fur the purpose at cold days kept down attendance
so several years ago It
was voted to have the air in r

Preliminary Quc=n Competition. Monday the Tuesday all. January II I, In. addition .-

tu kielng opening day
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will Aba have several other
hlfhlichls on tht program 1>>-
prized Fossil Collection New Fair Feature vsigitated; au! Aerictillure" And

Yi till Day. the afteriniun Will t

f! One.of the best private col rum; II will .be necessary for the Th. Fair Contest I I. sponsored feature the Judging lit livestock ,
enternt by HM youth u( A
lections'{ of fossils gathered In The' five finalists wilt .v.-Sutu county' open! -
Fjorida will be on display at the opening night fir the Sub-EKb. Mrs. K. O. Meyer or Mr*. Mary Anderson and Sub- .a a-on p m._ and judging ..I ". ) -,:,.... '\ 4 1
4 this year'*' DeSoto County Fair air for the crown of Miss De Mrs. Mary Anderson, nut later Deb She'; '7''hr:; ;.;' show will com* "
next week.Alan Solo Fair of 1804! at the air than Saturday Jan. II, l1 G4. John Reynolds who will display -. /.Vent-. Immediately 'lolluwed 1 Ik-SOfO'S) : NK\V YEAIl'H I1AIIY:- W. Martin Ho weighed 8 pound. 13'

-. ; a more exciting contet bandshell. Rules and ResjuLitions-- Include the fossils collected by by judging of youth beef show handy Jo* Kowtll la pictured' with hit ouncra. The youth rvcvhtsl a large array -.
for":'the 1964 air queen la. The contest will be basedon tShe him and other. In Florida said The real feature event <>( mother Mr. Dallas' K. ftmell) of Uox of trlft front local: merchant at I
promised this year. Personality' Beauty and the must be single and'never yesterday that earn> of Ihe fossils opening day la set (foe BOO: p.in. lO'J. Nucutee.. Tho new l>at.y rcKlstnrr the First BAby of 10 ",The ;queen contest will be Ability to answer one question tVVe? been married or had are OO million) years old. when the Fair Qu en will be l In ut Arcotlia General: Ilospltul i at Htudioa IMioto' )
riaged in two sections this on any subject marriage annulled. whit others are classified a. 'crowned in the rodeos' area alu I 12.55: ( p.m., delivered. by Ur. Calvin
yraiC The. preliminary competition After the competition fivemaids 1ller ate shall' 'not be .less In the thousand of years old. located. In the tale ground. Mrs.
;, will be conducted, will be named the than 19 of more than 31 years. Other. will Include port of J t:. O, Meyer Is In charge of thisJUWetit. I
eM64ddf. at' T:3O: p. n. In teat .G<< ''"n will be named Jan 14. She must'be a resident of toe skeltun' of rua Wivn th! whlrli Is uitaler lae. spoil*
.4- ., :"..J.M4 alrth. Fair, trouads, .\ -:. r.hvsarAalag". "" ,..4tJeitit. of two ubUvU.CIuU.Wedwoday o, :: -
.f roam abunt r .. f .9 .. While Chlldnxi's D -.H S. Cagcrs Rank :
l of. ."i The Miss OiyTair. wf1BQ4 Day and *-.," Ih.. .>!**
will ride In regft solen- will open at 2:04: p...... amicnoftls
....... .In .the annual Isle parade will. be .......... Uurliiji{ .'

Council i : Sets Membership 2 through.,.n.. Arcades JutS/ at the Main afternoun.' feature rrf .fils day will.

In the past men hew .had Ui .b* the grand parade wh"" h will Among State Top 20

' >>'.. ,...kiQf display their handicraft ,In thewomen's move' Ilan'Igh Arcadia *l :9.t<...
khibitkH at the fair
Mike I ItKwer, in charge of this
this will be changed '''''_her e>..iUi! .ha'* urartged a "vtrycoto -
: Advisory Committee promised with the opening forth *fill pared and .a number. The IkS..l t<* High MuIUIocs ttUl' 'Cfcn! t ''''lIeru. IIpponatn'' Lake TUcltl Or en DratfoneIrUd

first time of a general dl of high school .betide will be In will b '...king vniory No. 10 Jim YarbrtMJgh a.*.l KkhyDodd a slew l town on the bulldogs -

play which will Include works the tin of ns rrh. In *d...JlUt! away at O..Mhct<*., The pecedi the tu.h1digs:! lit 14 keep Um ttotlns] I low

'Ctty -'::ff tilt' iit "cltlsens named to the i:>jh Martin Beryl warner new planning. and sowing vetting given ever clarp/arw .k...J Iwo n.,." II pninU agnliMt CI wK .
will b* a.Urge. art display Ihecwunty thielly to the dew revu of Pk. > up .tan and 19 wit l.ike. IMerfcl.I Fulewiig the D flho&ee
and Cordon Johnson. board a* well. as th* plumbingand
flnlUatton tax. eenunlttee at a....t reputled.Tl 4-11 and rilA girl. In the Umlstaikd ....au- j1NMa 11M' week w Ih a >uU4 tiUaetl up 91 Away. andIS game: Edilay.. theUbring. uullddgt will
lasta Tlu advisory group will work tlcttrical committee eased
their regularfJotkUy" meeting youth .livestock. show on /the fair ruuiMln.Thursday ll-li; : CWUM: re.day
closely with city officials In last week, c-"IUne the ( win ever | >* |amis T..7. play Tltasday.
night spokesman will b the best in the IVaceContinued .
.la Culwred Children's ana a M4f _l 4ory,) uv.r
fat the caner! said. N< *.red the new tax equaliiatfcjit' pro- Committee. have" been Die etforts ( .... page a.A> Day and the gaUr will. i.. fc* .It**.*.! TttoaJay. "uMMrlr
,.VariheadTleocy. tax committee gram. of .v1r.1 weeks study tone .! :3.6O while' Shale pared : !Haas* week.. 'lit' litho
:... the following fifteen %r- will t I. at :1.M A boor e..*:**s were. iartk."l by /i.telte- I
.eytllsnai'y \ z.. First Federal f how is set tut >:VO soil *l ..4 ........" M tMs. ate. Carlton the only r rd pm. I net* will be a children .t.. t.p Ju l Lt, lbilil ........ I..
wafnan-i eat the committee. ; Members Meet recreation hour* hand nu*..'' tit.. *i...C'. 1 If<< i* 4 ra,. wens. jn I
iwiA: Ambler Homer Welles.. Mid etttertaimiMXil .U Mhhtwic.*! |IkarM. t Mh>*.| loam t*.
)C-tU- Johnson. L D. Ell... Jr.. mill ru.li New Growth I IOLDTIMCR
Robert Set January 15 on wayFrMay .I IV Ml lfMM>T It le Record
&= Hobncsworth. I* a. Pierre" Wont l la'levrd' that' l...* M III* Viral
..altar. : Henry Lanier.Msyes. The annual meeting. at mem ||u.Vilel| Day ...... e. eco.iI, fur. IllS ha earned lids tlia-.
1apa.h8". J. c. Rails.fel ben of First. Federal. Bavin.* the hiMpttal wU n<*". an .* |.i.. ,fan1li Moary wiw. a< well as cut.turslly .. A net tn\ .In.. wets (or Ike

,4.d A Loan association 'rf DeSutu reliant., shibil. .. In Ihe .....1.. .. Iwo win. dtirifisj. .the Ateadk sad. lMk t*. year l$d o( more than.) *TO8-
county I hee bn set lot Jaw eshlbll .,*.4 a.",.<. A baby slow. lost w_te eT*** the liolkingea Cvunly are OIl the. uPC"..... ooooo .k I w .keeping with toe
Exhibit ';d Ye .t at 2 ....... at the Wfice It far wHIte ,hiklr,u will b* "4IC' S'W ....'W-. essond and The rtmejluiblx. steady. gr rwtltof ....,." ef yearly gain sine
W Oallt.. *U at 4100.M.Iueday, .+t awbf.Iaii...M ....... ,..-
Art Group L The ........... to be token prise/ n4 1.-.pI.we i ..<.:.*. Mt FeJetal. Savings and ,Ihe ergsnUalUm.. of First Fad
wtu .be lawn Aaeelllun. .In Arcadia. a sal .In the- Litter.. month Itiaa
up at the Mid oared pee-sting. awarded a* 7 JO p mTlte DIM/ J yv.*S ako buM the
a : .u"ty Fair y"ta ahall wiCissW.rlnd) air, will clime| el nUdiucnlCarnival pia Io&f-.ry .' ,___ In bush 1..14...... an $M .MM Arcadia Art AasoetotionwtB 4: e ruse. sating *tua.tiun* will ... ............ TMp difeale. .. .d ,..w,.. .Ul '.,UUni, nl, in the Af.aJUnIMS Along will th, ....Ilftuti
exhibit to upon rrf *ts ** u..n-r> ..aruranillees f-aturv4 earls night on live tort tI-2. ...: l.... 1A1101 3431 weak, I laths a tea/wung gjatae .In asset'' I Ie the amnaoneMneid _
ttpr le,a of epeil JJeSoto ., the Anreela. nidwsy.TH W .keep. as .....,...... ... Italy' thai FU t r.d.r>.lh
-tkv.peo Countyirfcen.
..... .. imkl. .. saving, areountowner
in. annnsl. lair' open*
and fUd.7II.Ki in dlvktenoeslnee
Considering sating
M nV b*.ftbrt like Asencia* UplIft rslificattun *t l.*. bits MYSTERY PICTURE! NO LONGER MYSTERY > .
.. dl.W.nda. are 4.. real
.. .< tllrectura ana rffirer 4tne "! per perMMMn.
l u..t.-w- ai rL- Aaeaetatian and fTTjWJ.TS: In dfrtUvtMl {-
T@tfclttfta are limited. to one
wan patel at Ass emi. .,
DecUan: e4 director. to .
.Rona cbsnAty.It.. -' try. any picture artier. must In the be d rC (141 u e t eee the. term* .* Hugh. G. Jones Right Selection I.*We J. f*
are highly graliftledi
wtitch are then esri-t -,
'fnflN'd'' .... ready far hangingatMt'jutgJn .
wt" be set fee -1; Ke ....... matters. eseepd with the prngrese of rust ta. >U
I 3... I J. : a* re....... 5.? is.. w regu. .eeb" seal rreMent If..,* IXnyal
;TBsadsy Xatry date letien eperl. were sMrnfa. levy County Ill. tenser wee pvUU UtMt.In *. -We haw U.e sasn d*..
Oitastfteatton* will .* aaafU. tutf In* sandal Wan store ttw- ease at the plan-. l n and 1 IffM. ,..,. J..... wee ap- v**!*** that obtatoeU .the. ..kjarUr -
< rnateosl. pen and. kUc and. MUflker set started U week d vebopeh of Hafts. C'-oney poi. .l..d t ? Owvemer Pack lee the a.........u... 41 1*
1 ad each riseaNlrattew '
'aeatra .. ....... .. a ego Oils west. A...,...... roam ales M/4 ai' ? re.itl.e al Tenwnell a ..... a* .---'. Iheugn ..... of';in* dir.claaare
can be .. -. Crash Victims
:* l D flu<. petal. ....,.*.. *
k+ nor hwtnr h Mn theptrtuwe .. mgst..f lug aiferney ever aid *** onekfM !
(Is i. io**., pnrtraJIs. still Uf* ;.r G #' Said re. llwgli(3. "J **+. *tt U.. III AI .a..s..ey .*.. afte gvo sac. Mm andIMM ....-
arid" antanal
5-I A9, w.. Improved ..tfr. tftey. fated ... .std. .M ,he ............. ., 11M. .Mmes f ha live alt.U. ted Ine aa0elallnn. ..
oumbers the Art A
** 7 Mr and M,.. tOYpmt I- like enewer- 1M area re--statical. aril InaerMl eWw+ w. ...rfani 1.*...l ... p.
t.tkIA. Mrs. asked to csKibltan ee.-. sktiea. Ir a IM.e.epal. Mr .I..... we .boen2C AaDeh .......... tei ...,.e lulls .......JI.. lac I... goad It would
p..-; and artMla to tip .. ssp'wl.d. taee wa.a ., I" al feral ssle.in/.. ..,..... .U.. to the romm.....,
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fleas.ey a wek. r tofceir seer '.e.greaww.Mg eH.bebelltN -*.***.. gvsklwettosjgr4te fvonAteadta /W. ..* e..rve>l .. ne.Vbert tII. Happy UMI'H ka* ]
a..ae ( wort> wan s..reseal. WflI WaVMy ih....s in I..... an t_ tea .CacgraM.ew1. ... t'aaoellIse .....- ==rI

..... ,.. $ > ......... attnna. 'Ibelt. seas. Vas/ ..>.-c ...... ever. ...... and ,e Ir......... ..... ile.ud F r.l malacca. ha. ,
t la .... accts Few ..ac.gnr1ad ....ev Ito kf...tk4 Mi gtrtw.l.w laawar./n. .........w. C'uwitsa .- .... iw Mt.ry butiOieg .
art ..f ....... .. Mr I. eba/ ...I .,......... w '\\Li.: .'' and ,... e&d IA.. ........ ...._r af Wet CMk ..***
seal ..... V 'T. WUw-, Aresdr.. 19111. labiog. tune Mt to nom. ., Cnsaly CseOnwiatura several r...lk A...... tfwrlngt, I 1l... otrf*.
rl nun Mjand M .... eesdnhas. Iyart few KMMwefeytoir .,>. ......., line I In sir **md4tieo4iMr:,
rawaed ..... act are .*.. onec ..... sn .k c 'M W a pest ............ s/ tea.17th ""-e...... tbuUdintf.. .4.On f4
r.e.npnta4. ..... *.Ybs'a self Ito .... .... Seaway Iwo Jnastn Cavell ... AsarIt. UM. t...ml. (.lav*. In ad.U..
LR. axe ...- 1tidW.., /F Jr.'.' N Sel/ser. kaaloeky. ..... sand.. .. wee ..y.r.stwt Mao .. the. .p* -i -* board l to sin
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.'.ioi. Ifigh IIeom pain ....... attuhal. wM wet Y.. .. with. Man,, act .....u.. an .....,.,... ,......... .M Iarxtata. TO pee..Uv wMn evaUaMo
>ict... M AIE' rYE MINE. HAVK YOU 'y oV ai--Pretli' HthWfattla anted. in a. t I IJ Mtdaiss4 Ube mm- .......... *. S4M 1 ". tawMr ae.i M W awalw. tar civil and. ..*....,.. .......
1-: a.s 47 ... VrSUamo sbows off the FlorhLt .aan .Say. ..tI", ..... : *. M.ertwl4 "....... tlhe ...... to fc4 .........., (oa-
aM'Jae anr ear tar w ...-. .Jam.d.,. wb.n Des I. ... ........, M RcdS. eat .Nrml Sept
with Wile l UtUrlBgj> oai oranr L..(., .,..t. H** asU ..... rlw ee.s.d # thesra. .> a ss Jka"Aaw' ., he wtw IA.Ytug ears.- and &Mbde CMa4rf .... CMrel act a* ara.5N e
e 2Vft yeWi&blaa "ar 4ri cLaarfcUr( Mr. .a.* Mn, Anthony deft au........ tItoyan.
n. .NJana fled wish a ear d.we.- 51Reec4 atgfMgHgiV "'-4apgW feg .....'.. lilt S( several sTeal
"I.. ... of Airport Hoed."I'M iMrvr ta** an 01 > .. AWNo4.ee. w alas .... scale. of slain a.Hi -!. Mr .......* O.*.MM< ......... toeleteJ a Ma.... .....-.anv.J.> .
.... g 'Ie.. ....a aa i. ia 1M office' of Qtirtfatai cfovwiv tax eoiPUoto .cs..s4 fn..a Ag d.. G. gstiwr.tic. are. ..d 14 ., filtoen year*, lie as. AraU (...... aflaaU at l.*

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2-A THE ARCADIAN Arcadia, Florida Thursday. January 9, 1964

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-..-. Vera Bassler Garden: Club

'CHIT CHAT CelebratedHer Has Meeting

Arcadia Carden Club met

K lu, Cfr" ,$;,t il. Birthday Monday night .Jan. e,. at 8:00: ,
ay 1'.1ra. Vera Easslcr celebratedher 'It Garden Center with members ,
Birthday Saturday, .Jan. sod guests numbering 41.
1 l' ., wises trnlly party at her
J I:uckFriday 4
Real .
Tough : Oscvuld Avenue. Mrs. J. 1:. Montgomery presided -
home, S.' 'th
of last Geraldine Dcanic) and Char-lie e business
week ( Barbecued rib'' chicken. or tk over the session
Whidden went to Stuart .ta join two couples, PnJfesnorandt what have you, with, all the In which several topics of interest -
Mrov t*. M FlannaKarv' and Professor and, Mrs.. fixings were enjoyed duringthe were discussed. First

\VJuan' Gonzales, both teachers the University of Flor. late. afternoon hour the three year goal of the
I ads knd dose friends, of. the Whlddens when Charlie Attending were Mr*. Hauler was
"was also'a, teacher at the University, chartered. a boat hostess and honor guest, Florida Federation of Garden
I for Sail FishingNeedles to say they all had a wonder daughters Lou and Sue Ba.IeI' ..- Clubs for planting of trees

tf ul.time,,but wait until'yob.hear of the heartbreak that .s .. ..and. son Mr. and Mrs.i throughout the state. It was
I happened to lour Deanie., Now you may not ,know that \ '''''ld.J n. ann Jeff. + r noted that Governor Bryanthas

1 tt 4* an 'unwritten: law that if you land a sail fish : and. ..Jim v.. ; u.Mr....':and wiiy.Mrs.Mir Reuel auu I declared .Jan. 17 to.W
{ and :"by) the, boat} take picuites and then cut the line for the Mr ana Mrs. Clino Platt of 3 Next plaits were 'made for

U'ahi' to. swim away. I cutainly ,didn' ,know that Wauchula; Mr. and Mrs Kenneth part I ipuUon in the County

Mnor did Ii know ,that It coat $18 a foot to have one Platt, and.uaughter Ocbb.e : Fair to be held !this month
''taouhted !but Charlie: did, and had talked It over 1 and his guest .James Filer when the club win again have
,t'Wl.th; .Deanie on the way over and they had decided that of Arcadia; and Mrs. Charlie :
land they would \\h'Utien'a! parents Mr and an exhibit. A representative
<"if they .were .HO fortunate as to one ''
,release the fish and he could SCO' merrily 'on his: ,way. G Mra. Paul Taylor of Cradentoa. display of Florida, plants and

Jlov plans change. Ucanie! fought a,
,until fihe was practically exhausted:< and finally landed S. Y can be expected,' in the

f(the gay and beautiful l"Mh by the t boat for the picture ) MU. AND MRS. HARRY J. LANG club building located near :the

<-Sh was so happy and ]Proud l because she .uL it all by p'r( New Officers main Fair :Exhibit Building. <

!herself, that Charlie* after taking the picture,. 'told Elected Following the business, Mr,
"the boat 'captain that he wanted the fish brought aboard. at First Baptist Church Choir A. P. Hollingsworth our local

"lUcanie Was biiside! herself with excitement: but alas,. Tourist ClubThe orchid grower, was presented
the fish broke, the line und! swam swiftly away. Devnlc ; ,Has Unique Service who In turn Introduced the
who wouldn't t be but they hud Annual meeting of the guest speaker Mr. Lou Lilla.,
little sad ,
Man a as *
Thursday night, while the The bride wore a becoming;
ta. 10.tot fun,.and,think of the money they saved ,.yeh.heat Arcadia Tourist C .b wu heldMonday tMlt of charcoal silk with arid a member of the Charlotte
Womana First tlaptiat ChJrch choir was County. Orchid Society an ;achid
UamhlJnsr'S'unc.'lM night ut
hat and accessories to
)" waa.such' a beautiful day. 1 went to church. Club winter social home of pruclUlnj< the organist: Mrs.Juncnv \. match: His audience grower was and inspired hybridizer.by1,
because the three Me- the TourlatThj Norton began to play stated that this
and it seemed like'ioUl 'time t Mr. Carr his selected display _of plants
:Swain girls ,were all in the choir and sang. a trio. Of following ofl era were the wedding inarch. Down the was the must. unusual wedding and his discussion. It was

,course' Genie, Martin lives here and is Director uf.the elected freaident to Peter serve' Schwobcl.for one year; vice: aisle came Mr. Maude Kline and choir practice they had learned however complicated .

:Choir' .,bat Lew lives' ,way off in I'eoria. 111., and thin president, Wlllia Pence; Secretary and Mr. Hairy Lang to be ever witnessed but It was very that expensive may .be
*was ,the first..time thal.e' had been in Arcadia, In Mrs. Mary Johnson; and married. unique and enjoyable. Mrs.. the culture and propagation of
All 1\ Miss Louise Kline daughter Lang is a member of the choir. it is still possible (for
iftcveral' months,! and Sally. live" in Tallahassee. treasurer Miss .Julia Griffin. orchids
rthrce of them are very talented and have had real :MU,, AND),.MRS. EOW AltO WILLIAMS After the business meeting, of the bride, of Columbus the amateur to conduct suc-
the group enjoyed dancing.One Ohio, was*maid of honor Kbr- Woman's Club eur..n7. and enjoy the cultivation 4
re-sults of the largest number rest Lang, of Louisville Ky, Qf many species of the..
(. served his father MS beat man onhid. Mr. Liila's display in-
and In Miss Jean Bcggess Is Sunday of members was In attendance:
: are: also accomplished ,pianist ) Rev. Sheppard Bryan pa.- Will MeetThe eldded'scveral beautiful' specJfs .
last Monday night so fur this sea
Sally was in high school before we realized that Edward Williams tor of the church united the hybridized by himself and yet
she had a beautiful voice and Lew 1 remember ,Bride of __ son. couple In holy matrimony. Mr*. Arcadia Woman Club unnamed. The question and
' : ,what a choir director said about her one time. The wedding of Miaa Jean wedding coke waa art u(;i Armond-Tcw sang "Hold Thou will Jan. at answer period brought out.
meet 13.
She said that one could always dej nd on Lew to be Douse. daughter of Ml\ and served uy Mr*. IHwtellv\ Duvey. *- My\. Hand", accompanied by Monday. 'many details and>displayed. ,the
,in, there pitching, and that a voice like hers was a Mrs. W r. Uogse uf Fort Mr*. Violet Tocll. aid M.... Amos Way returned Foyulce Carr, Minister: of Mus the Club. House west of Peace .Interest of the audience. We
Mr*. Ina Luidlji. The pun fpWM home last week from Tampa ic. Itiver.' Mrs. Glenn Ebersole, '
tremendous asset to any choir. Anyway they are lovely Ogden and Edward! William. hope he will make a, return
served by Mrs. Hoa IU.- where she had been a patientIn The choir' followed the president will preside. exhibit of
Genie William couple visit, bringing& an
their special. 1 told ;and Mra. Curt
and I enjoyed ( Mr. '
to look at son o Mrs. Nancy Hoggeac, And Mrs. Earl Netberger Youth '
gas, Tampa Hospital takihgtreatment to Watson Hall where andactually
a reception the vials of, young plants
selections that I liked of Arcadia, wit soleninUed ,
: }
that 1 had Mr, turns Duller..trl..h. Conservation Chairman will
for of '
never.heard at a severe ewe waa held. The tabtt was demonstrated.how+they
,better, but had them slnjr so well. All Sunday atternoun Busses attended the llrUle'a decorated with a lovely lace prevent a cueat'.peeker 'who be started : '
bt )mature: voices now.. and they, harmonize beautifully three o'clock In the Fort Ogden ll Genie, aid for me- not to say that in the paper Baptist Church Mr*. Edward Wlllfaina eh..." If elle McLeeae and cake punch nuts and lo Insure Tomorrow's Liberty". and cookies which
I mean about the selection, but I felt sure that The ceremony was performedby a fitted suit of Hold Metulictaffetta Mrs. sRirsaret, Ooodapeed of knlnts were served to the Mr. John Daniels.. Executive: were served with tea and coffee
1 would do just that. Hut In all fairness, and without The Revvrend Jess Oil-. with brown accwaaov Decatur Michigan are spending guests by Mrs. Ellen Campbell. Secretary of the DeSoto County by the following hoateas:
partiality.. am sure that Firs Presbyterian Church has breath of Fort Ogden assisted lea and the orchid from her the winter months in Ar Mrs. II. C. Potter, and Mrs. Chamber of Commerce Mrs. D. n. Gettlnger. Mrs. S.
by the Iteverend II. D- wedding corsage for her COM- cadia.Mr.. will be a special: guest of the
in Anyway I enjoy it more than c.rottnQ..JalpbeIL W. nail Mrs Elizabeth Whit-
the beat choir town.
Davis of Auturndale.Tli her Club. He will make .a brief '
turn for honeymoon trip
the others Yes I hear it oftener, that's .. ..tid'< chancel of the church to North Florida. talk about Chamber actlvUle, hail Mrs Alvin bridges;Mrs.
John Yctrcy. Mrs.\ Carlo Sharp
maybe you like one of the others best<< no Was decorated' with a background The couple will re Ule in and tell of some of the thing
Then had lunch with friends, and spent the afternoon uf pms! and lighted: Arcadia ,'a and Mrs.. S. Maassen, Sr. club women can do to help. and Mrs. Katherine Wlut J. i,

looking at TV. lam .n TV Ian anyway .t\' and so with spiral candlelabru huldiug' n 1Al2e Hoatesses will be Mrs. It. M.Heinze .. ','
many of my friends have new Color TV sets. Ilail'three while\ taper. with baskets uC -- ---- ---- Celebrated 25thAnniversary Wedding Chairman' Mrs. J..

Invitations to see color TVSutMUy night accepted one white gladiwllas adding beautyto Qeno Thoniiw"* Iii' Jam 1stThe 1 Simmons. Mrs. C. C. 01..1\-1 CALLING ALL. \ .,. '
and had fun. My black and white looks rather drab tlie. setting Thursday. morning of lust week& jary Mrs C. S. Hill Mrs n. HOMEMAKERS
now.f[ t'recceding the crrrmony, fur U ven. Coin lulluwliia. ; uto Mr. and Mrs John S. Maaaa living and dining rooms Holtzendorf. MrsJ F Lefebvr. I
:Jimmy Buchan Is back In school. He returnedto Miss Leona Morel and | day leave here with big n. Sr. celebrated their 23th were attractively decorated' fur and Mrs. George Leltfter .y A. C., i POLK., ..i...
pianist played. several' uf Mr. and Mr*. UTti4oThoiitUMin. wedding anniversary We..lnra- All members are urged to
the home of his )parents, Mr .and Mrs. .John 1Buchan. selvctlwiis. parents the occasion. The focal pointof ..u....
the couples favorite lie came to Arcndla day. .Jan. lit, 19114 with a attend, and If possible brine a oim s
,, Christmas Eve: Night and Thursday of last slut Miaa Diane lloggvss.i from IlIlox 1. Miss where he family get.._.;.Uwr at theirhome the decorations was In the prospective new member with, YON KKKPINO .
week returned to school for the first time in ,eight ...It i Lai., sans: "...K'.UN. wa formerly atatloned on North Orange Ave.i dining room where. the beautifully you.' CUSTOMER HAPPY
and a halt weeks lie In I in the Seventh Grade and ''''I".II{h the Years", and The appointed dining table A covered dish luncheon.Will 1: Our salesmen .
has I been a brave young man all during the trials and taint's Prayer". was centered with a toige Anniversary be served at 12 noon. are experienced -
tribulations of recovering from the severe burn he Tho bride given .In marriage. cake decorated with furniture
had. He underwent akin I&r"rUnawith- excellent results. by tat U*>;,_*... her bruthertihOtt the S.lvcr Anniversary emblem men ,
First Federal Savings and Loan Pencils Get Around *> a process lined suit of on the upper tier and Left Sunday and they willgladly
Yea they do. Margaret Jonea Washington, D.C. wh ie burn Iaihiot. c long at.l .v".. bhe carlml awhile forget-m-nota. on the lower and Mrs. Sam Wnltlock 'left you without
l I. spending this week n* guest of Janet and<<' Kryan bibl vciilcrttl with an ; cost ,or oblgaUon. -
t been cjoso friends tierA Sunday after- spending' the past .
Mack., The two women have very i
orvhlU.Mr delicious: dinner
was 20 days on leave her with his
since high school day and Margaret was malrtin of *. Janlcv. IV"wvr kcrvrUaa S ,served in the huge Florida parents and other: relatives. 2: We try to
honor at the Mack\ wedding. l She has recently returned<< her n.l,'r>> ouljr attendant room fa. the following guests: Keith who. .Is a Lance .Corporal b Instead* -hoptol"Mrt1POiflj!' .
from a trip to the Holy Land. While abroad she was She: wor.4.n imprvtv' suit i ySr .Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Murray. In the MarineCrp.. has) We want of -high preaaura.
'staying at a hotel In Istanbul.' Turkey wanted to oX btu and cursed 44 lualch-' : r l tepees Mrs. Darl Coffee; Mr. and been stationed at Camp Le- feel they our guy customer. bruws/tax

'write a check and there was no availablen.| M she Ins t M'gay& '. ; t Mr. Gordon Murray sons .Jessie N. C, and had Just.. returned through, oar store ,Witfeouti
vvumuturd" un p*.. ....A.) Mr. Out Williams father of Dana and Mark Mr. and Mrs. from a two month Mediterranean being pushed and U at. .itMyi
,- - the (room. aervrd a* bust man. Jack Whataell. children Mar- trip when he. got -ft&get help only*,lf ttcr!
and iwher were ducky Nestand l ; eia. .Julia and. Kenneth, Mr. leave to spend the holidays 1C It ,
7 I MrClaln.Mr .3: W* .sincerely belie**
tUrnr-y and Mr*. Robin Murray children her*. that
Pine Feint Rest urant .. wfler "honesty is the t***,
Dctss ** chose| an Scott and Melinda. all Me went from her to Wash policy* and that tt ...
I noon dress of blue, with marchIng of Tampa Mrs. Norm Maaa-, ington. D. C to attend a special : necessary to lieor *xarat i '
PI' ZZ A avtreaAort, and aor as- s.n.; and the hosts. JMr and school: and will probably in. order to sell good wnlna. -}
b( miniature ..tt'C'hld10'' r a. U... John Maassen. sons David be aasigiMd for oversees duty ... -

Home-made Fresh From The Oven I William chuv .ii srey twevtlult. I, a.T Edward, and Tommy, Jr when lie complete the.course. 4: S vetoed.' aet. .1
with matchiiMl acc .url,", VI _' ___'H __ ___.. -;, .Dteantegleas W1DfAIr'
9 A.M.. Till 1 A.M. I 1 land a image of mlnla' '..r. ; flat as .we. haw built 0u j

... i orrtilda Mr. and Mr*. RocceM held .c-.cMIL .cr (LASS reputation*tang. .ost fen UM rT.ttt swrvtce fV*._Sale wgtve HI U.snd .
the It the Pmtrm ;
reception *
Ala Cart. and Regular BArtCE i A;. ou.r'IIrine'. an- etrlcftiva '
I Hall.. uf the Church Irnmnltetrly :-T 4) 1 batrwp..n-
.Meals ., following. the ceremony ; .. f .J\aft6s. ..
Th brkVa tab! wa eov BA'L hT.4... .4 1, '''
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_v.r yellow. Th center- ..a f14re. %=irh e1.sa311swrylFK4L'IIIQT. Sys, isaa,, watr'e ini .shod ....
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THE ARCADIAN. Arcadia, Florida. Thursday, January 9. 1964. i .


Mrs. Laura Clawson. accmn- Club Met Do You Want ;
purled by her daughter MrsA. .. CHIT CHAT"Continued I

_.L Wight children Terry"r... The Arcadia Rook Club met To Be 1964
and Gi Gi of FtMyen 't'ida.. Mrs,
ratty Jan. J. with

(fefidIf Qibdri. were Glawson's Friday neater Neat Miss of Mrs Virginia -. ,.Mauu. Burins at her home' on Citrus Queen? ( from page 2-A)

Welch. East Hickory Street. Some lucky: Florida girl will pulled one out of her purse-from First-Federal Savings

Mi -. fXtna Carlton mad enjoy the honor of being a and Loan Association! and gave it to the clerk. lie was

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Curl high cure in the ternoun "gldinoiuus hust..." in t h. very. grateful Maryaret is the sister of the authorof

ton went to Miami Monday tc tame Florida exhibit at the New the "Bad Seed.:. She Is a most attractive house truest

attend the Tuesday funeral ol Thf hostesse served' pie and York "'orld'. Fair next summer and Margaret and Janet are enjoying the 'week i itamensely. -

their cousin. Herbert Gaines coffin to Mrs C L Cravens, if ahe Is selected as the '- *
Mrs D. G. Barnett Mrs Cdrui 19< If C. Dubose Auslcy.. and there so will return to Arca Mr. and Mrs Walter Swifcrt Anton Mica. Mary, Drown, vii blanch 9. during the 40th I First Snow t+
daughter" Lorrane of Tallahassee dia to await orders to enter Mrs. James E. Seville children annual Florid Citrus Exp sl-
arrived Monday from oath< Mrs Ellen Campbell Mrs. II..
Jut Air Force his tour ol Terry. Ted Hattie Lynn
arrived Thursday of the for
I for River. \Yb. and are again ir E. A'tter. and Mn. C. P. San bon it was ann week for a visit with her par duty left Wednesday morning the Eeriest apartments wn dusk week by Bill Carter contestchairman. s"l Tommy ton
Dr. Mrs. Cordon'Mc- St. Petersburg to make their .
outs, aid West Oak where they have The oed meeting/ will be on Maxine Cox, made his fint
'of'h6t and ArchieTuckerJr. home They came to Arcadia
Mr. Mrs.
She one
Swain. Joined .
.pent the past 14 winters. FlKUy. Jan 17, with Mrs. It.C. She will have the opportunity .
._ and of Braden- from Tripoli.. North Africa, .
misters h Brandies and Dr Brandies ol ton Beach are spending( Be"eral before Christmas to spend the .
Hurlock of the
Ellen months
Miss Mary the entire six ?
Peoria. lit. Tuesday. Mrs. Me- weeks here with his par holidays with her mother Mrs. :Mt, Christmas holiday with
left on the 3Uth to return to World's Fair and will receive
t Swain carried 'Mrs. Ausley cola Mr. and Mrs. Archie H. L. Carlton. Carmel High School Lawson a two month visit with her a salary of S10OOO per weekShe ,. ? 3 Mrs. G:11
and Dr. Tucker Sr.. 17 S. Manatet + his grandmother
i back to Tallahassee
Ky, alter spending the Christmas mother Mrs. O. P. Taylor in will be awarded a special I'
i and Mr*. Brandies accompanied Ave. while Mr Tucker recovers Mrs. Msybelle Klnsey andMrs. wardrobe k
)t holidays with her par JohiiaonvUle. C. S30O OU World Fair Bryan In Clarksburg. West
E. D. Treadwell. Jr. wen
t her and wilt fly to Peoria from recent: surgery
seta, Mr and Mrs. C. W. Hur and tree transportation '
, 'tom there. Mrs. McSwain to Tampa Monday to carry for lock. and with Mr and loll''' Ain Belle. Kennistrr of Me- by sir from Florid, to New Virtrinia in fact t. Tommy
Mr. and Mrs. R. Allison Mrs. E. D Treadwell. Sr.
plans to spend a week or ten ,
1 Gerald" Taylor While' here. Lain, Washington. D. C.. arrlvett York a
day with Mrs. Ausley.I' sons John and Tom. of Barttow treatment in the hospital there of had never, Been snow
Ellen spoke at one Monday fur an extended
Mary During the' following
and E. D year
were' New Years Day E. D. Treadwell. Jr..
:Captain Joyce-Medina Bates guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Treadwell III of I'lore.Ala.,. the night services at NocateeM visit with Mrs RuuvrtSmith her selection "he will make t t before. A neighbor friend:
".4hadi l Church. Mr. and She stopped over rnreute tours wh..nrcoquh..l.
and York and family. went to Sarasota and broughtMr t personal appearance
arrived Saturday morning Mrs. Taylor and Mr and Mrs.J \ for visit with friends handiwork
to E. D. Treadwell Sr. home a throughout the United .. t t is admirinir hit:
spent until Monday morning C. Kendrich took her to lin Jacksonville, her former abroad,
Slates and possibly
lie Is
Mrs. Per from the hospital there.
visitIng bin Grace Smith.
to A.F.B.. ,
return Elgin Safety Harbor on Monday home She wil "UtUo visit relatives the ..theme tut", of Florida's 'in the picture.
with her mother Mrs rie Walker and Mrs. W. B convalescing' : ( from recent surgery as
friends with Waurhuht while in a7i1..ob+ai bittY
General. night to meet in citrus industry, fur which aha
in Arcadia
Todd. and other relative Miller spent last Friday
Agnes rode back to school this of the
*. Lakeland and Tampa Mrs. whuiu she part state. will I ircciv, an established Iw Competitive KxhIMIIIat

Smith had un early appoint Mrs. Lillian Aide of Orlando and travel' "p.luaea.Alonal completed article for the comnetitie -
and Mrs. Ronnie Messier entered the you yiHir
Mr Smith
of Orlando ment at the Watson Clinic:,. arrived Monday for a two with a lama Arouse quwullmphy Mixilore(
Bobby Hayes the Fair? Dine &fary
exhibit at > County
and daughter Joann returned Saratota IKwpital >ridav afternooti receive
Her sister Mrs. Ruth Smith weeks visit with her daughter,, sh* will manyuthrr ,
here with this
pent the holidays articles"f
and Mm. Kathleen Parker{ will receive r
home Monday night for cted ult-eration
.. Mr. Collins sup' valuable' prUes,. (Incluvl-
them there, Mrs. J. W. com.
of met
and Mrs. Dave
bis parents, and theywent on to Tampa to and family. from a holiday visit with In his stomac'h. He has hud inc a wrist watch swim suit, exhibit on Saturday. January tlth from 9 to 13 a.tn.,
Hayes. see their brother. W. V. Gil Mrs Messier's parents Mr\ and eatruive teals to are if surgery luggage, jewelry and> cosmetics and front 1 to 5 p.m. It i it hoMKl| by the committee
Mrs. St. Croix on the Virgin Is was nrcesaary. II In parent that and neighbor will plan to exhibit this'
Miss Kay Fussell left New bert. Mho is critically ill. Douglas Treadwell. Ill arrived you (
Years Day to return to her Mrs. Lillian Wood left Tuesday Sunday from Florence,, lands. *, Mr. anal Mrs George riaita are now underway to year. Jtulgintr will take place Monday.JanUa.ry 13t1at "
have been with him "
studies at Macon School of X- for Miami and on Wed Ala.. for a ten day visit with Smith conduct thM )f...'.' Citrus 9 a.m. '
Ray Technology following a nesday left by plane for New his parents. Mr. and ),11''. E. DTreadwell. Mrs. Ethel Hilt of Hotly-l herdaughter most of the fink.rrienda Q<..l..nun teat oil a pattern I fo.. You Want to Win. I'r..t.

holiday visit with her parents. port Beach. California tQ spend Jr.. and other re wood, accompanied Mrs. Edna Davtdaon by of James .:. Yarbruugh. similar lu the annual selectionuf Writ if yini da. enter the fifth annual All-Florid. :
Mf.' and Mrs. BerteU Fussell. three weeks with her grand latives. He came to gi hunting and son. Wsltrr of Revlera' North Arcadia Ave the Orange Bowl Queen iu (OrmiKe) Dessert) Contest. which will l lie> launched Januaryin j
children. Peter and Belay with his father and brother, Miami Invitations' are being
Beach spent the weekend with will be glad to know that he : wit hmnrv than 9IONMI( in prizes "being offered con- "
Roy Lamb left Monday while their parents. Mr. and Bob. Mr. Hill's sister. Mrs. George' convalescing: at his horn sent this work to Jaycrvs.Chambers civic. tetant.! < pre'|>aring. the brat desserts tisfntr oranges orranirw !

morning to resume his studies Mrs. W. J. Wright. Jr. are on Whitlock. and family. folio,,'in* a light heart attack. universities of Conu snd"rrce colleges. > product' The contest i.l sponsored) by the com- 11
at Manatee Junior College after Mr. Yarbrough Is owner and mKnion in cnofieratlon with four investor-owned electric \r i
here throughout Florida 'to '|M'ruM ruuUtsmlingly '
spending the holidays Air and Mrs. Hal Eyas, children manager of Katon'a Dept utilities{ and appliance manufacturer. )
with his parents, Mr. and "Mrs.George Mr and Mrs. John Ostvorg Senior 4-H beautiful) girls an
Lamb. of Sprinsf eld. Ohio were Duvld and Mary of Buf Store In this contest. Twu pictures Th. grand )prUe will include an (ill electric kltchta
Thursday of last week guests into New York were" t"rid.lyand siut ttwnyletenturmallun/ fur and utility{ room.

'Miss Lana-Turner of Orlando of Mrs. Glenn Ebersole. They Club MetThe Saturday pact guests of Mrs.Ilosa Alta II. .P.Mrs.ports Lawlmr, Mn.Word EtlnGurganious. each. applicant must be mstlvd/ The content, h: .'I"n| to any r".ltont. of I Florida

spent from Monday of last have been spending their win and Mrs Jimmle llolllngiworlh In befor Feb.. ISlh. From the** who has, paved. his or her }17th birthday except employee
Arca ter vacation on Treasure Is Senior 1-II Club met application the contest' committee electric utilities the Florida
week until Thursday In and .* and famille of the
Mrs. J. A. Mullendore Friday In Sarasot
Jan. 3rd Gayle Stain- spent
Friday. 23 finalists,
with her grand land. will select agencies.Kntrie .
dia visiting Miss Patricia Mullen- Citrus CommlMion., or their advertUIng
brook called the meeting to daughter Winter.
parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. order, followed by Dlann done left Monday morning fur who will b. Invited to Mar, : ",* hould' |h. mailed' to ()r''Jru (IH..sert Defeat,
arrived the contest un
Mrs. Julian Herr Haven fur
Ellcr. Sr.. other relatives and Saturday morning from Memphis Wells calling the roll for the their horn in Hagerslown. bid 8th and Bth. llox 1 I" l tkdaml,';. 'iMMitmarked not later than Feb. IS.

friends. Tenn. for a few hours .4 attending. Zona Gau led' the after a two weeks visit herewith H dy Neighbors i On !Sunday March tth. each Sounds wonderful and I would like some of the.

Mrs. Bruce Davis. Mrs. Jlm- visit with Miss Florence Coug- group In the pled for the Mrs. Mullendores cousin contestant will be lntervlwt| prixeitvry, much but I entered lat. year with a dUal,

met Hollingsworth, and Mrs.' henour. She left in the afternoon 411 Flag. Mrs. Charlie How and Mr, for ten minutes by the panel (1)< ) of a rrrlI-. and 1 WON NOTHING no 1 am

'Corine Word went to Luke for Sanibel bland for Sherry Taylor gave a very How I of the, judges. Monday nigh*. not a competitor.) Hut I ha\e a bit of advic for you I
two weeks visit with Mrs. Interesting+ speech: on the late will make deanert that have to bake, using electricity -
pa cid Monday morning to a Mrs. O. F. Forbes, )trr. 0th. .*.h girl com you
spend until to-day Thursday. Mary Wilson after which ahe president. John r. Kennedy, Mr' of Saraauls. polen/ evening gown and and you will have a better chance of winning.Mine .
talked and son Billy,
with Mrs. Alma Harris.Mrs. will return to Arcadia for the and Donna Cline on Sunday guests of Mr. swim suit at the public contest was an extremely: easy reel)* to make, and was" I
The American Way". were
remainder of the winter Mrs. FosteUa Dawsey, County and bin Clarence Carlton In Nora Msyo Hall where not rooked. Just for the fun of It I will give you' the

Harold Foster returned months. Demonstration Agent reviewed 'hr. finalists' will b* selected. recipe and you can' try It but ilu nut enter because

home Sunday night from Mrs. Pearl Cretan of Lakeland the last sucetiog when Mr and )'Ir.. Battl Hall, On Wednesday- night. Msr.Illh. It will not win. 1 call) It Oranire) 'Delight and here It Is:
Jacksonville where she bad of Home.Gs. at the annual Corona>> sliced would' for ambrosia)
the holidays herewith the fair program was discussed and daughter Judy 1 cup of orange (cut as you
weeks spent
spent the past three Mrs. her sister Mrs. Dave talked about the Dress Revue were Saturday, guests of lion Hall the IM Florida/ 1 cup, of cut-up sliced 1 pineapple Cl I do not Ilk. the
visiting with her daughter. end the State Mrs. Hall's aunt 1011''. GeorgeWhitlock. T Citrus Qu*. t will be named and of small' marshmalUms. |
Jack whitlow Mr. Whitlow Hayes and }lr. Hayes.Mrs. ; speeches: rornnatkm crushed pineapple' ), 1 cup
Fair In T........ The Hall's wet *nroute during a colorful cup of irrated cot'oanut and 1 cup of tour steam Toss
and 'amUy.Mho will be clllrtallyrrowned /
Maxine Cox children to Boca: Raton cs- ceremony by Miss Sue! Scar It all ..", ..ther. It Is iroml' to eat Immediately or It can be

Homer, Jones arrived Tommy a.nd Julie, returned Mrs John A. Simnnx k returned Watch (....1- lanK..... th* 1MJ Florida. CitrusQuern. kept r.tflg.rsted' lot ever sl!, day and is still good..

Saturday night* from Washing home Tueadsy from following Clarks a TurnerMcLeodlWed horn last rrWr,.,from ____ __ ____________.. TItY IT. .
ton. Ok C. to visit her very burg. West Vs.. ------- ---- .--.- ---- --. --------- -- u -- ---- ----- --- --- --- ----------;
close friends, Mr. and Mrs. holiday visit with Mrs. Cox's r

Bryan Mack. mother Mrs. Gail Bryan and In Orlando
other relatives.Mr. i
Steve DeShazo left Mondaymorning and Mrs.\ Swanson Poer I
Mrs. Jean Ellcr Turner became ,
to start his studies of Greensboro. North Carolina -" I
at Manatee Junior College. He1s were" last week guests of Mr. the bride of Louis '

transferring from Florida and Mrs. Louie Morgan. They (Mack) McLeod Saturday 3 ROOM GROUP

State University. Steve spent were on their honeymoon and night. Dee. =tl, In a simple ,",timpresiv. r/ ,
with his went from here to the home t
holidays here par-
the ceremony at the! .. r
Mr. and U... Vincent of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan on .
Miami, Beach for a weeks stay. home E. of Jordan her sister.In Orlando.T ..... Thomas .3 covet,flrlL 'Rooacv ofJ Otuxlttj-wtAd t"u cG f jaatsx.

1'a ,a CUM pie) plan .to make
{ ; ;; Jensen of Mlasnl bit and ),..... T. II Bullock r
heir home In Coco Beschwhere ..
last weekend guest Deborah and Terry
was a daughters '
ol Clark Polk at the horn of Lyn l of Eau Gallie, spent the Mr. McLeod Is In business. I st + w ....,..4 /iy .... "Ihrtlrt. .'ADCOCK'S"FAM' .t

his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. weekend visiting with. their Attending from Arcadia. arseMrs. 7? k Li...Air. tM N ttw/. 1 w4..., he this .* *ie*. pk.w =
q Polk.Jr. East Oak St. Mon- arants,. Mr and ...... J. J. ... .... ... f'k.. .... *SO HONEYMOON Git
dly mornl,,'. Clark carried' Bullock. They came over to McLsod's parents. Mr. and : .. :. !'oo err
blea Jensen to Talahas torea'me check: on Mr. Bullock wbo Is >Mrs. I. D Eller.: Sr, her son INC1U01 I" : .

her studies at F.SU. recuperating from a recent Gen Turner; and her brother I l0s.U.tnreeat

lie ',was a December graduate accident. Mr and Mrs. Ted Eller.In .11'..lt.e/r..w $ "

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I PHONES WA 8-8801 OR WA 88311Classifies -- LEGAL NOTICE Of Good Herd Eieaittii I
I ; 5 cents per word. Minimum charge $1.00. LEGAINOTCES Program

': Display Advertising in classified: section '$l.UI: per 0--; ;. : .an. -., :;-- : ;-- --:---

column Inch. Minimum size acceptedone .,PO... 0#>P.DlnOMf ... DClOT&. NATION.. aAI..c 0' A. ..DlADfi".cA .;;. .. .. .
; 1. h.5 a .t1.. O"-"LO.'O '67'711 CLO,O"W"TIN 11'.91'4' ; ', '.1 By MCL-"SJf ARPK *.. iranchi by .rchasnz as few Newly 'Created
wilder e1'' 11'(1""" a 3j LIf 1 ID 'M .IWONS6 1'0 CAcaO sADS Y'CO".OI.L.I tclosed"
toAll 1 classified cash \ I .
InC.'L :.i I/ I/ Y. UNata, SeCT/ON S2f1. ...VlSIOAT"TU' cattle.a. pcaableJ..A:
has established account w'tUl! IThWrArcadiAn.t :: ,. .. -.L.------___. .... (.', '; ''K"", r .'h.ASS.f. t"; U'7.. f-'I ('.., (Batons. o t.u.; .':." at .Josteacb.j.year coW herd is ,a recommtnded film Library

Classified j W.Adsl/Mii W :i ...t, Co.h. ,otonc" ,.,t"- crfH*, t .. Van fti>... (:*. 1 I |h'1 l>e ,beef cattle animal breeding practice; con-
Deadline for ( itU7Cl IN TMi1 Ciicvrr. .COUS.T. OF TMITATI : (oMectlall" ". .,. ul) S r.274V.67: Industry due to deaths and sequcnily purthasca can be. Given MaterialsA
/ ; < ; 6.LORIDA' IN Afco FOOflOTO tfurJ.S'Ttar., .
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an<9 I. ilmcsses .cattje and calved.;
I *. iriod set in e "ht'ptlht (ijpe.lnvtrase 4ftword. COUNTY FtOfMOA f oooronteod (Net e* any r p.W.r : I .; 4>26O oaX4, of. limited bulls. A health certificate
'. *< 'hr4w. it .IN CMr4CEfCr CA'f MO 1O2V3 ,. "4J>.Obligation. ef Starea nti oeiucol subdit.anc *- ,-f ? a''U of Florida. anfl- breeding soundness
I "'' | > ? tl.rr |{1 and ncwtfycrested:
Inch. .
n per MOTICI TO OIFINDS. > ;; f eny rotervecl ."_,':.*-.. *>.' .... .. .. .: JO3 29.OCJ final icientlst' ; : regional:
I C SMITH .J S., Corporate. ..ac". / 2.75000 sSrA .., t t'-1' t' :': ,fcp prts. : guarantee should be. demanded -
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If box number charge 25 ''cents extra. If replies. to Plotnttff, : I P.tlrr 5.s.5v-. ,.. ef any ....",..I ... 12 5000 Dr. James Jlentges. ..nutritionist !- ed bull purchased. film library Dradenton -
..... O' 6. L_. and cf.sc__.. S_ve..era.>.....)*..ln... .... I ..' 2C4, 152.56 every ccrving Manatee. Hardee
-- be mailed, 50 cents. EDGAR t, CUNNING, KATE 'j 9. tong ............. -ww.d.00. )..,....-_ ." 1 with the ,,4LgyiculturalExpertmeni '2. Maintain an "Isolation : and
1 .......- U1.CKoO ....'. : ...... 5.l' 97000.00: > Counties
DUNNirsK., 0'. )\L : :: Stations,.says that cattle DeSoto is rtceiv-
..... .. pasture" where purchased
Card of Thanks charged at classified ratan.REAL Defendant" -- ,A-' ...1." I.t ',' "
r :.r-OIi.f )ra some.; areas of Florida theavd' be kept for 60 days for ing this week 35 films on .
IN THE NAME Ot.THE OrTATI .Of = : permanent
= te.ori.banI& .. .. i .. '
*, R.ol Owrwd it- ....'.. ,, '6J death i Joss
FLOftfOA, r *> 10. .., _.... & among observation before they are- loan front the
CAECTtNW To-cHk OCFCNOANTS INSAID Ot. .................._. .... '4.90 .71 Florida
calves has been cctimated as
the herd.
added to
CAUSE TO-WIT: : '14. TOTAL ASSETS ... .. ' Institute for Continuing University
.1 (1.1) EDGAR f. DUNNING. and tv.. w"fe. Li .iLiTid.- high as 3.7 percent. 3. Provide corrals and work- Studies (FICUS .
ESTATE (2). KATe DUNNING (I3)). KATMlfEN Demand depoiittcorporation 0' Individual*, aartneranlp and Prevention of these ,losses, )
FOR SALE Brand new COTTON and (4)). WILLIAM COT. .. .... S3.9733I2M ranch ing pens equipped with squeeze The films are for use in.
t 15 shot' .Armytstyle TON. and (IS). HENRY JONES and I*. Tima and eavtna* ....*<.. of ......;id 'i..W'M'K.-' ,;;;;; he says, requires alert chutes and loading chutes to
calibre ((61.l CSTELie TONES and ((7)). tON- and corporation* ... '. ..'. .. 2JI7.IS303 management with a well-plan- of public schools throughout the
FOR SALE automatic rifle 877.77J Also, iNC JONES HASLEfT nee LOMENI 17 Oepotit of United State Government\ ; ; (. ;;ig"p.t;; ; i ned herd health' ''program. permit fast handling: any three-county area under the

electronic Dog Trainer (or JONES JONES. COTTOM.ond McCtttME, and(S((91.). ) KATMlEErJ DAISY- IS OrpoMt;* of State';. and' political ...b i.w'......' ':...:::::..:':': 143447007OSO: *".7. For a beef cattle ranch to emergency. direction of Mrs. Betty Slocum:
shock collar). Perfect for JONES wfeo to' aH6 known ae DAISY 20. Certified and Officer: crtech. ..'c. ...... ". '14300307 4. Keep handling of cattle in coordinator of library mater.
RENT hoe and 21. TOTAL DEPOSITS .. .. .... '7.,.f.s57.6.7Ve operate in the'block. the animal -
FOR or Sale breaking you dog from bad MUMMAY and tlCI MAVWOOD MURRAY ( ) Total/ aomond '" .... 14,727.061.74IDI "85 corrals to a minimum perhaps la Is for the Manatee Cpunt
and ("I) ALBEftT W GILCHAIST .i. scientist stresses. per-
habits. Tlnsley's Feed Store. 22 ( ) Total time and = dopoMt ; ; three times a year for
one-'hal* 12,462ISS.03 Schools. The. regional
. acres land. Cleared, WA B- a bacnclor and ((12). a coonwho. 2o. Other /liabilitlv. . ..... .................,..................... S3,OCX).OO cent or more of the cows must weaning blood testing film library
: ready M plant. Telephone WA South Orange Arcadia MI none It PIRGUSON. and marking, Is one of 12 in Florida.
;, ro each .f you If olv. and It d.ed. ..... .. ... ... wean a big calf every year and
8-8755 3201. IS-tfe 27. TOTAL LIABILITIES ._............ .. -,/. ..246.79 vacUvating examiningfor The films were especially-
all" unknown p.nont. clamima unOmtyou OflTAL: : ACCOUNTS: and give birth to another
1 .14.15-I .11-18-ID.20.p a* .b.ir.. d* t**.t, orcn ..t, ..- : ?. Commcn Mock-oar value per tnore .?_.. 110 OONo ** pregnancy. chosen for the library in this
healthy one.
u0n.' o$. lienorc, creditor, truvtov or shams outnorKed .... ::::: 2O.OOO 3. Prevent accidental deaths. region at a recent meeting
FOR BALE 2.:1: bedroom otrter claimanti. and In* unknown I No. .*nore uniMuod ... i..' To achieve this type of ef- : m
NOTICE pow.e of oocrt of you wno.o 'wife No Man outMondlna 2O OOO ? Ground fences Keep' cattle a- Gainesville when represent(
: houses 1 old frame 1 cement M not named a* defendant' herein: 31 Surplus .. .. ... <. .. _......,..... .....:.. .. iency, Dr. Hughes states the from fertilizer lead:. pulnts. tives from the 12
Leo and to all pore,** haven. or ctaintog > 33 Undivided profit .. ,. : .. :..................=..... ... fim.fi: ranch should have way areas took
block almost new. I .. ." to hove. any rignt, title or ...._..t 33. R wrvR ......................:..,....,.... ..-....-,-- ...... ._ health manager program planned :lubricants preservatives for turns selecting titles from the

D. Foster<< Route No. 3. Box NOTICE will ''no longer be In YOU She property AND 'EACH neremafter Of YOU de.cr't AMHEUEBY >'ed.I 34.' TOTAL :CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _..........V....4._.... ... 354.773 one a herd year In advance listing" fence posts and other chemicals. list of 672 fUms which FICUS

222'1 responsible, for debta Incurred NOTIFIED. that' a -.I: 39 TOTAL, 'LiAIIIL YIIS. AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS: .... S7.S23J: >202I the jobs to be done on'a month made available to them.
by anyone other than ho* bowlS.d aaamt you NOT[" "' basis. In addition 6. Have a veterinarian diagnose The films were from a cot-

DISPLAY Charles Harry Lindsay wnerem ten ,...., ouoht le dnqWN.. ..1 34., Time certificate* of depaut auttandlno, ; ...' ,,,._ .".,_.'.,,. 320.50000I. by-month tha cause of every unexplained lection: purchased over 81> .
CLASSIFIED myself period
'mQ of the title 'm tho plo"' tt heroin 1 I. D M Carr. Cotfiiar, at tna above-named bank i do hereby declare Nor he should obtain the servicesof
i'.O. Cox 3. Arcadia. Fla. ogetTMt you, and each .f you totha 1 thl* wparf.of condition M true and, correct to tno bet al my hnuwlodeo and, a veterinarian on an annual death -then elimin- of years by the old Central:i

I JOHN- PARKER.' '- 111213141B16U18PBOUGHT Arcadia following, OeSato dVMribod County lord. ,. .kxot...,.....4in ., be!INf. *"".. D. H. CARS. < basis and readily accept the ate the cause. Burn or I bury the Extension Division of Florida,

.1 I and particularly. /: d.Nr.bsd.win. ; W. MM wnonMioned director. attot She c.oct..... of thl.* report ..0eai.dire professional help of.other specialists' dead animals. forerunner of FICUS I Vthen
REALTOR Lot I m Clock t In GilcnrMtuBdlvralon and declare tnat. it how boon examined, .by v* and to tna bee. ef when needed. 7. Continually check management part of its function was to1 gup-
1tos.rwost Quarter our knawladga and belief M true and correct
HOMES GROVES. AND 8OLD Fins (ISI'I,> :f the Nortnwott Quarter OmiCTOn and feeding practicesto ply schools with audio.Nlrl. .
herd health
RANCHES things bought and sold at (NWVi) .. Section J 6. Town- W. /. 'PEACOCK IH. A good program be sure cattle are In good materials for instruction
chip 37 >ouN. Manga 24 tar. "SUMTER on most cow-calf operations
Corner Smith's Antiques. Located on YOU AI. HER SY SUMMONED OR. : H. M. SHAVER condition and comfortable.
: North D.e.t.I I Avenue "'-" 9. 1964. can be svmmsrixed, In eight -
East OaK and U.S. 41 at Virginia DCMEO AND NEQUIftEO. to file your Stress should be minimized by
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Florida. Visit _ifer >anawer or defense t* theComcHalnl ral'pracbcesw .Agricultural
WA 8-Mil .us In coolest
Arcadia Punta Gorda. working cattle tha
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I filed >. aaalnet you Experiment Stations, the ability take advice .
future to
-- life .... ; hours and to
soon m fna above .riod come In She affording access
-- fflca ef ina Clerk ., .... used Clr Fort Ogden News -scientist lists those' AS follows: shade fresh water back rub- : from consultants and a-
i e I cult Caut "In and far DeSeta County I. Minimize the. possibility bo'.e' all the "drive to BO
FOR. SALE-Now 2 bedroom Florida,' IA She OeSato County CourHouta t bars and mineral boxes.
'hom.... Central air condition j I WILL TRADE two registered .in Alead.... Florida, an or before of bringing diseases to, your 8. See the cattle often and his advance planning put into
the Ul day .'. February, A. 0.1 action.
1nj and heating. Large lot. 1 Hereford bulls seven yearsold 1964. and to ..", a copy tnvroefen MRS. VCRA COLLINS lams and Miss Patricia Boggess treat {mediately any case of .

Small down payment. Balance) for two Brahmaa of equal Huan Gilbert. Jonefc at IO<< WattMoonolla Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis. visited Mrs. Curt Williams Ina lameness, eye inflammation
Jim Frlerson. Street. Arcadia. 'lorldaAltorney ,: Arcadia were New Year's Eve CLASSIFIED DIIPLAYNOTtCE
like rent. Or will build to suit value. Write scours, etc. If possible Isolate
and 31eih.
far PNLWIfi. )lf you' fail to Candy Mr. and Mrav hospital In Tampa Sundayevening. of
i Your lot or mine. M. D. Lamb/ Ona RFD .or phone WA 9-0811 do *o 6 decree aa canfeieawill t>aentered Ion Davis who had !been Vlaitin and New Year's Day guests sick animals from the rest of

Broker WA 8-2981 Nit.. after 6 pm. 15-10-17-18-p aaarat you; and said come. Mrs. Iva Crouch during the their grandmother Mr. Ora- the herd.
wilt proceed en parte/lwithout ..... Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elmer lee Layton.
12-13-14-I5-C la you) to f,nal deeow. holiday. left last weekf for Thornton during the weekend B. Don't become confident
IT IS NEatlY OO5RIDhat. ,.... Mrs John Yelvlngton and that (ranch )
you manager
Ind. In
SERVICES Marian. Kinsr Gold.
Order and Malice, noll. be publiehod were: Mr. Eddie Thornton of
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I once a _k frr four .on.ecut va Georgia Mr Mahlon Darn became Fort Cr en. Mr. and Mrs. Albert son. Dick of Bradenton. were know more about animal health Dee to limited time I
week. .m The Arcadian. weekJwnawineoer 111 and weekend guests of her mother. than the professional consult
1' pwblwhad. In. DoSofa Coun.ty passed away.Sympathy Thornton of Fort Winder, can do 'only tax're.urnt: .
is extended Mrs. Zula Williams. Johnnie ants. Every new year in the have
', Florida Ul the Mrs. Benlna Huckcby of Cleveland handled In previous
CLA1SIMID. .I M>TCSAVELV I IN TOKEN WHIUfOf, WIT..rs,1. bereaved family of and Mrs. Georgia Falany, V.lvlnaton'wa.. her guest future of an already complex years. ;

I'I: FOR: SALB I my official Court. hand of oe CM State Clerk. ef at ftotldom .iUCircuit .I Mr. and Mrs. Edwin HI* o.C Mr. Elmer Thornton was In Monday till Wednftd.y'and business will bring newly I deve- 1 make appointment -

and for OaSnta Cauntv. Florida. anthi Marian. Indiana are 'vliitirwt Brad ton on business last Mary Lee spent Friday night loped insecticides, weed' kill ttY'mIl WAlnut 8-

New and Used Mobile Homts TBACTOM I l".*- N.. 24tn' day at December, A.Ol I their daughter Mrs Aurin Saturday. with her' grandmother.: ers and! feed additives as wellas 4481.

town- .Nunary Gordon i .J.L.. I, AVANT Collins and family I' \'M Mr. and Mrs T.. E.: M''z. le' newly introduced diseases.
I NeW 2 and 3 .J prlc- 30" Maoet-Motory CwltlvalofMotor CqlerkI.. e fC Satii Oreult Court 1 Mr. and Mrs. U OJ.ilalLr! MI and. Mrs. : Marcus Dodd', 'ndAtliaardSIz4 1p.dSoye to Tq au"\'lve., ever*. individual'rahlh'wtllhive' James R. Mundell
:edr, :14iIw'a.: ::J3vJ,5.oo.! Top < Horklo J }1.J' ..S*. JfetersMirtr.'on- Osburets '
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] managed 10 s.
trade-In .S'i ..., .4ha j ft),?.eaa?. %*lrifNTIMINClfcIO and' Wanda' Lto ....lI.edhaR."i.nd last Thursday.ftllss a 1 -
pri.ae.ddfercd on .SOUNDS fOUI'MENf 10. .,,' 'Ir H..gh8.i JJ. Mrs J. D. Deal and Mr. trip ofTasnpa day with!'Mr. ,nd Mil. James by an administrator who has Aresdls. Flarld. ,
I see B4> 0*.... ,Ie. and Mrs. Woodrow'' Brannon T. Misclle. James left Saturday an open mind an eye to the
JC:,..:iSTATEWIDEMOBILE Wait Ma.r>al.a Street visited her parents "11'. __ t;
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Arcad .. Florida In Zolfo Springs Sunday eVen P, M for
HOMES. INC. \i Attorney 4 r noinftffDec. and Mrs. Orton Lanier laatwt.kend <<
ins. Rev. and Mrs. Destl wheN he was
1 ----- Tf; 34. /143. Jon 3-f.e-l.| Io4 I ; art : and attended a class 'n..cb'l
North' Wauehula : : both on the sick list Winter Haven Morrison's>> SEVEN
I Hwy. If_ WAN'IYtD. -- ------ I reunion In Arcadia.Mr. GOOD BUYSIF
Maw** PhoneBARKLEY'S IM THe CIRCUIT COURT or THE Mr. Monroe Ollbreathr of teria to the one there
TWIltTN JUCHCIAk CIRCUIT t.. and lion fta'mOhs'1\.IC:41\. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kersey
214I : Lake Wales and Mr. and 'M{.. I
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AND Poo DI1OTO COUNTr. lO IOA 1 Xdnnell' and ton of Michigan.Mr. you like wall to wall carpeting Built-in cabinets -
and daughter spent Sunday
Alto and Gren
a IN CMANClaV NO. I*.11NOTICE Waters 3ta Built-in kitchen Tiled
WANTED. a..d 1 used pianos 0' FOlEClOIUat SAi. Bartow, visited, Rev. and Tars,. and Mrs. E. H. McConnell, withMr.. and Mrs. Harold Lilly Screened In patio A nice range Utility room and bath othet
LAST MtVtM SAW1M tBAMt(. many
Mrs.\ Harriet Ford of EngU-
-- A Wilt ,trad* on TsW trUrnltare w .14.w ,Y aClpeeuan.PI ,; .. '. Je sie.Olibieath.1 I Jn Sarasota. features, here's your opportunity See us for this 2 bedroom
or new 'piano. ARCADIAMUSICFURNITUi1E "_.If, On Friday of Jast week heVand \ wood. Mn and Mrs. Raymond block home that less than :2 yean old and located

I FOR RENT STp tE.I DENNIS. O WILSON and CAROLYN I 'M5.:. .Jessie OUbrrsth nd Dodds and three children Randy The TIME to BUY close -to Shopping; Center and downtown area. Priced sit
,.. Tertl. and Timmy Jo ofRedford 10.500 I i
J. SON, r wife, and Plait Mr. Monroe Gllbreath were' Fin
.tor.'l. SAVINGS AND LOAN Placida and Boca 'Grander Ind. Mr. and Mrs. is NOWIII! !
APARTMENT FOR'" RENT ASSOCIATION' OFt SAAASOTA Dense v-.. and .children YOUR family will have all the room I it needs when
;Jdul for.one or two people. NOTICETMt I a United State erporafionkOeferxlant Rev. Jessie ..litresth and Call TactayWA you let us show you this 3 bedroom frame house. This
Kathy. Sandra. Vicky and .aU1
S qtbson Street. WA 8-7841 or I NOtjCE ,$. MfMEBV GIVEN swnuant Mr. and Mis Terry Cotllna Mrs nice property: Is located near the school and is priced at
Rick,. Mr. and Earl Barn
WA ....mi t :37tf9UnfurnlsKsfl. .11.a final. Decrva .. Fereclawjre aatedP visited Mrs. Liddy In the hoapltal 1st TIME OrFERED-Dcau- SH.2OO. .
weU. Timmy and Tommy, all
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14-1, ana) entered inCHencvry In Punts .Gord"',8undayevenlnf. tiful building lot with Oak
Cote ri 10.162.! et the enjoyed a barbecue Mondaynight HERE is a home that's completely furnished Including
RRNT :.:. IN COURT Of TMt 1 tOUNTYueei..Ossv. Ccu Court of tne.Twe t > Judicial trees for pleasant shade. an air conditioner The price for this 2 bedroo 1
FOR" itOaOAIN / the home of Mr.' and
C >VM| *; Reid at ,
Circuit m and toe poSeta .County, Mrs. II. D. I k on the Clone to School and Town. CBS Is :
only $8.500.
house. Call WA 1.14182. 12tfe. ait ESTATI JOMMvOM.OrIUtA /wla.. .wheroirt. tAlf Yr1 Hlvth kAWINGS Irk list We: hope .she will .Boon aI... Albert Barnwell.Mr. It:you awe this you will buy. -

:P.... ..i t. BANK* a 4New 'C corMro be much better. t and Mrs. Raymond Dodds $1590 Tina Price. DUPLEX located vcrv close to downtown onUS., 1 '.

FOR RENT-Nlt' ''ly furtilsneaapartment. Alt CS..tOCr1.A.s : .1 asesq/ ONoven A\ NCI LSONw r>M .Mr. and Mrs. Edward MTU- and family left Friday to return You can rent one side of thl and Jive In the other. TotJl'
( 10 ..,. ... *Mr. OfOtBAL. SAVINA < TRADE -SALT. What .
,Couple only. 4T NAY/NI 4ft1"1'' .. M llama were honored with amiscellaneous to their home In Bedford. or price just $1S.6OO and easy terms arranged. : '
have to trade for a nice
South Manatee Avenue WA 9-) ..A.AIN.rd .-$ ..fW 311117ivs. ..:....... a United St..*.* coraoratMr* shower Saturday end. after spending the post you 2.BedtoOnfl'.me BARGAIN BUY-This be used orfehome
2-Story. property as
IS- .. ........ w .c.nf ao Calendar, I 'wot *o4l to ....
1772. p
: I __. ns'4f eny d e1 W.-e-, ..-hj o.Ml.ndshwh h..rwtl ana e a.t aakftt tor ebon night at the home of Mr. Clayton two weeks with Mr. and Mrs.Dense house in good neighborhood.All or as a duplex. Pirced: for a real quick sale. 98.0OO<< .
SMALL'venN yea r .fnwy at tho We** Pout al W d!
f ;( FiNnlentfor : :.eta at r.Soor.r ; ... LOW price plus terms this home and 2
Call .e -d l e County Cevrthrm M City atArcadMt Mrs. Eloise Dotxees, DiBiniHi Mr. and Mrs.. Albert Barnwell. and see us. easy puts
rent. Water Included P. -a.va-l .aIota af = Cant,' OeSato. Erse acres r ( land within the reach of everyone. Two bedroom

WA '87S3 or see at 001 NorthMonroe. f...:..Owntv,>Tier oCoMrv***. of*..w*- Nlw at II.w4 A M ';: .row llm. d.. .* and Patricia Dope. PMr. INVEST-20-Acres that will, frame borne and 2 acres of land. $7tOO.00 total price.
January 144. tne fellow a axcr aad and Mrs. ArilllamV received
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;. 1 31. 1 7-18-p .. .ad CeMrrty
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sew ,. ... quick. 10 Acres
As d..1.q.. I' wa .+5.d.. ajreaarty M w. fortn m wd many nice girts. Re- go 'll. FIVE arm Of land and a 2 bedroom frame home at
05.o.wd1 Drove. Priced right at -
wldrwM wWw.rr to.-, 55 _sea .t.1....._of t.tna. _t _..tf tot 2*. Slock. O. .-...& lk..oilykOHiiinh. .< fr..hmen" were served t't all PINE Level! Hews &00.. a tremendously, reasonable price. The price Just reduce
1 MISCELLANEOUSFOR "df .5.N .' e.wnd .Swll bew Cdy .. AN__ DoSe > to settle estate. See us for details on this one. Terms are
= Mwl. P. ac..e *. County. Fk-rtdo. a* oar aJa* hard available if you desire them.
I'' 5d.na..__....... t o/l'K 0<< ... *_. .. taierdoiS in "lot Sow Mrs. Edward' Will- MRS.. T. J:. MIZELLE Jarrott Hamilton
SALE .5 bere....'\.. .s. ...aa .1 one .*A, at thoecarOk. Mr. and Mrs.. Heston llagan FOIl KANrilKS GLtOVEACUEM.ES
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N TIM ei.w.5. 5 .n o Ootat County. -
I end .N..W hb. T of Lorlda. visited. with Mrs.Dillle Realtor IsUSINESS SITES HOMES
j :: : MrT>> orA a 'Inq .
---- --- ana a. Her1 anrf aen tHe and a* CARD OF THANKSWe Underwood and their

:r.(:i FOR' SAL UNd Gas Ran,.sIn a"NAR.O.I.O :' aw ,- P5-rr.m..4.e.wow In...#.s.. lien.who. Pe.Maw .. wish. to extend our heartfelt niece. Miss. Eva Rose llagan 12 .. a>a>lli Ave. WA -M7t JOHN PARKER Realtor

Uood CundlUon. DcSoto .* of. "** *:<*).W"lorx P ..., w a.-.. .4w. appreciation and gratitudefor one night. last week. Aoaeelatae _
k Oas Phone WAlnut a.-* toior.' ..or...5..dbee. of DATED IM ........ .-...- the kindness extended to M.... Elosie Page spent New Jean Dews Betty Agnew I I MILLIE PARKER Awe.iatce PATRICIA PARDII&
Cumpanjr. ...,.. 55.3 Ju 2t.... }."' day of O ta51 r. WA 8.1431 WA 9.471
-t5G1.. 52.tIe r. ...... our '-..nlbdU.iRC; the illnessand Years Day hV Tampa with herdaughter Jack CitoatalM

tint f. AVANT. death of our beloved moth and'..lamaljr. Mr. .and .
SHC4ILB C_" CrcM Court
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FOR 8ALE-New lew art.*. ." ..: AL*>MA KNTZMINCtHC004ISMOM .. n.nl0. our many I and Mrs. Pease Kersey

' .. track: tires 10.,:" 11.2" BUY ., 0.C. *" friends and neighbors and Dr. and daughter. Martha* made a lowering Qualityw

,. { 12x28. Ben your' Standard Oil -- ) AND Gordon McSwain. May God :'recent' visit to Mr. and Mrs., :
j Company. Ky dealer. till I An. .n..1.. Street bless. each of you. Richard Kersey and son. near ,' .
j dersun. distributor 2O3 8. .1" M_ c.". ..... The of 'I. lived :
Family I DtLand. They formerly
1 JewY .
; : -Monrbe- > ...4-tfc. -- --_- --- Mrs. Mary Molllway near Saraaota. He la employed s. To Save Money

FOR SALE-lang., tile. ...1.- ; 04 ""' NM N soprMC working on a .acll._ .,
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cvllanoxMJs ttcuns at Ml ICIr. .. .! ...ofi. .a;EMI, -.c...,AL.... ..,. I I, M*. tnd ..,.".,.Ct.1'dj.IJoIU..... s tXo .., 6 .

'. Veraoo Drive ar pllo.a. WA' eFOR ... (,5 !' i .. ...: ,,; .. Cow 1 worth. Moo. HolUngyworth.. .-< .
rt. .. *. 9p Like
c. 555e. : 'Js
< 'IS .ft. e.Wuif te1 rni 6AN..-y e, tW4NOTKt i I''and Mrs.. Ed tUkClfigsworUsot .
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M rw40 ... .ts o1ddwnSD "t'f.
I -' .w. avowA..5M.ww VIM.CM .I I. r.. 04 TIC( B .1 _.;..
SAL-Itl' Hettae Trailer' 1.--- CI.04'it'I CUUNSY, \sa' .tLad .. .
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HaL M1.derm BUSINESS FORMS w. b. N. ad w .5.t
dew, in .. M heen 5.e. !: ,-.- t i4It : Stopping A Clock I
ft Osjden tower.Hvrlte ; .M : ,iMK ; .
Ft. by relay l.a -.. .. :L r._'Pe .t_._ "'C:1.l.IJF 1e Do. a1lihDksrlwLe9AL" ,1 1 ;;: :
: Lewis llojt. r.O. Box a.I S. .... Miailie ot IewA "w w rises,1Pe l NWw.4osl"f...te b- r .
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I I rt. O..scA q _., ,_IS.p. we..5 b..l..e1. .. uw .t.. :.: e. w.S 5 PI.fIS. came, and Dr. and Me*. OK. t '
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eu.5O frametip Time
.' 1511.t.0 e .. N =.= WUKite of Dotitrar. Ttrut.: To Save
FOft.-.II-.... Ie. prl..sj.p1Ji .1 1. en5% \-.e sii ;
P.p.; = ... A5.( : [ with them for a vtMt MrHarrtAOtr .
_t.1..1. ctc1 truck tlrv I _. j
'...... c... .'-0 5b.. -et .iL.aw ..-= J rrt '5..w .-::q 1. 4 wow &ndDr.. 'wtDtm'weret1Sarw5ta -- 1
l5rEVt *our'land Oil c-n- ..... .. .
b. w '-e# A0.pP M Iwo ., .e, n.0t at Auburn u. -
patty, Ky. dealer'. lull Anderson a..e-.d .1 flat, .- I ._ 59.3) 9_ sews.I Mrs J. D. I ettka ., r..hokeWM :A- ,

'., .. cusuibutor 3O3.S. Monrv t-Ue- 15..... PICs '- ..w .. I .. :::t---.- C. ...<-- the weekend (west W Mrs. : For QuaIityPrin ing

;/ *. yew Sow. .--. no.. -. ,CIt I '1tlE.. t_AvAXTOor Orate LayMe, They attendedSwncUy
j .rX>R SALE':"ir.l I.K.i O:... Tele. ....... L.5.- C1.s1eAd tt'1'"I I ._ Cox+.. lase seortces at N. HUa
NCI Pip.. r. __. -.. 9. INS
'Vision CAM 814-a-3$ foot antenna. a.W. wS'-.1 boo tlApCai CrMTrn. FlsaiUkcre
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I / lush Inquire *t 418 North Vo .... .-4 ....L w .Q +d i Flew e..l4.. c OMarvH and tXnded .IS.edtatMS .t-,j :_
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13liei t_ i1..I.- ..w.r and Mrs.. Frank KsUcM ... a
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i ......h.. o'u.. .'; '" .111.:. THE ARCADIAN. Arcadia. Florida. Thursday January 9. 1964 6-A

.1 ;* P: ::- : ::, '. : ..:' ---r' '. :.::'t.; ::F, :t New 'Minister ---- ---- ---- -- --
II News From lAy itki I Gtvb'J[ :; :.; ,, I Begins Duties REAL ESTATESee

ld timer Mystery Picture At Us For
MRS. ELIZABETH HILL Ada Hawkins celebrated her theic six children.Mr. Local Church Good Buys

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Clarke,' birthday on Saturday. She and Mrs. Alford Fenner The beautiful Brother Richard It!. RutnerU
who live on the Lester Yancey doesn't say which birthday from Bradenton were visions young the new minister of the First HOMES
''Ranch were pleasantly sur- but we hope she had a happy in the home of her grandmother lady who Is this week'a Christian Church Arc.trtlu. Ho' andBUILDING

_;.prt.ed last week when Mr. day and will have many more. Mrs. Ida Thornton Sun- mystery picture _was, began his ministry on Jan. 2 SITES,

Clarke's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. J. M. Keen from Duet. day afternoon. born October 28th A graduate of Johnson Bible OROVKS ACREAGE
..' A. J. Clarke and his sister Fla. visited with his son and Sunday afternoon Murray 1898 in Tlfton. Ca College he previously served r

{t ,* :3u'nd brother-in-law. Mr. and two daughters at the Dock GUI ana daughter Ulnkey Wet She moved to' ArcadiaIn as a minister of the West LEWIS AMBLER

" ;.::g Mrs. Ross Clarke of Bownan- Hawkins home.A want to Titus Baptist Churchto 1920 and two years Columbia Christian Church In Realter
for 20 Years
i vellc. Ontario Canada flew in former resident of Myakka hear the Path rinders Quarlet. later married a local South' Carolina

for a two week, visit. The elder City. Mrs. Georgia Hawks. lhey sure enloytit.! man from one of 'thecounty's AssociatesMORRIS

Clarke's expect to leave next is visiting at the home of Mr. The bon Roberts tarmty 'oSariva r pioneer fam- .._ _.__u u. LEVSKY
):Sunday; for-their* homo and Mrs. Belvin Hawks. She Canada: were visitorsin t
Mr. and Mrs. William Heck now lives at Owens. It is nice the home ot Mrs. loa 1 horit- ily.They A recent study conducted by
nef'.'oC Uxbridge Ontario. Canada to have her back for a visit. ton curing the hulada3e. have one son r. Dr. George Oallup of the HUGH M. MARTIN
and three jrrandchiU American Institute of Public
I were also recent visitors Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Kins- Mrs. Nealey Young's and 20 South DeSete Avenue
Qi 'the Bruce Clarke home. ..., dren. If you can gueas Opinion found that new. peor.dvert..na
Mrs. Libel .
law Yuuug's
all of their children .r. Is "''h.". WA t-tSOl
Mr. and Mrs. Harold the identity of the regarded as news
Nelson. .
Smith of *
home for a New Years Day ro .proot
+ by most readers. DUO. RICHARD: CUTNER
were Christmas dinner. Their grandson Tim passel away. We extei.u uur mystery lady write t .
visitors at the home of their Castles remained at the Kins- repest sympathy. your name and hers -- -

daughter and son-in-law. Mr. law home for a visit with his Donna Sue Thornton celebrated on a postal and mail t y
and Mrs. Clarence Wilson and grandparents. her Vth bu-tuoay |>ec. to The Arcadian. You '

family.. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hill and Z.V.. hope she has many may w the winner of __ _'I; entry
The Earl Ness family were more happy birthdays. three utert'
family went to Sun City to a months subscription
among many of our commun- visit at the home of Mr. and Mr. Jinvmie Thornton celebrated to the paper. And be sure you read the
ity residents who fcund themselves Mrs. Leon Hand. They spent his..birthday Dec. 26... final 1 clue carefully!
plagued by flu and colds. New ,Year's Day with them. He did not tell what birthday Di /b" ;
i Kelly Ness was unable to attend .
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hill "wu. but we whit him .
schooL We CLUB
hope they will sang the old year out and the many more happy ones. ""
all be well
soon. New Year in. when they attended !:dale Jordon Hill has. been "She has a beautiful voice .
Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Ness the very enjoyable all sloe( again with his tonsils. We The church-goers admire
.from Oneco: visited with his night sing held at the Ruskin hope he will soon be over Itanu And for ;
brother. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Baptist Church. many years
up playing ,aill. "
'Ness and family and stayed She led In' the choir.
for last Mr. Ronnie Hand was in We don't 'want to forget the
supper Sunday. charge of the service. The sing Myafcka City Methodist churihpresents 1
Mrs. Eliza Hawkins and her
was nicely arranged and the Gospel Bong lest, Ihefaihrtnders.
grandson. Jim Hawkins t
were refreshments served between ..
: The Smith family.
recent visitors
at the home of
songs were delicous. ;in. Happy Gospel fingers.'Hie .
her and .I
son family. Mr. and Mrs. Claudia Albrttton has .. :Q'
Ar Jan.
lk&lal&S. lltti. ices
Mrs. Dock Hawkins. .
They. returned fa her home from a 1:30 at the School auditorium.Auinission ,
tome from Venice. While here visit with her Jack whois of ... ... ...
son. will be "a4
\\Jlrn. who Is 15 years old went in the service and stationed charged. ''n. --. -..... ..... tI

hunting Friday morning lie in Mississippi. Mrs. Albrittonand MYAKKA. GROUP EYES YolrJ. : "..''t:.'>''" ,.... ,.# "

was expected to return by son E. J. spent the Christ- PROGRESS .," .... .I \.... ,
noon, and failed to do so. When .w
and New Years ,
mas holidaysIn A reorganUstional "meeting t re I
Jt late and he .
grew had. not
Mississippi. tf the 1W7akll.'ty' Clvtc' u. .
/: '.. .,
yet returned it was feared .
Mr. Arthur Thalocher, one soclailon was bell. Thursday L
befallen that some harm may have of our newer residents wentto p. m. in'MyaKka City. The Association (:., "l ) 1 1
the It
boy. then
was Aalabama to spend the Is b Uft Moraanlied_
that Mr. Dock Hawkins requested Christmas holidays with his for the purpose of Improving

an air and land search family. He is expected to return the hastens end of Manatee &/ t otJI

by the Manatee County Sheriff to Myakka City this week. County.: It has been decided to D Q &wthh.
Dept and the Sheriff's
posse. Mr. and Mrs. George V. retain the present oft leers for
the Less than two hours later Bailey attended a .New Years a period of three months.Mr. IeO .ila.tfr;; e.
boy found the
was at I
Eve party at the home of Mr.
Ralph Posey home about eight Bailey's sister M,.. and Mrs James. Thornton! 'Is pres C Mhty ..eh e 'uperIM.nderit ? advent .f the New Vise apse tn.rhs. the birth ef MOsnny Dl.l"."."-
miles west of town. lie was of Winter' .Haven.: idea u.-mormon is secretary the Mew representative> ef the lnler.Cewnty Tele. Hene SfSteNt."Dsnny .
Turley. / I I-hip. been said that Tours There'are two special education 1
limls.treasurer. J
EUtsbeU, ;
found during a house to housecanvass On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. : _end! ) f : OUIfene" will symbellje and cfSsihiesMy perlrsytrn' .".,.. .fall
Mrs. Clarence teachers In DeSoto
conducted by Cblef .>," Is an exceptional pprograin foreuoepiioaai.
Deputy Clyde Gill of Manatee George Bailey' received a ntes son was el.nW'to't icy is reporter ehltdtsA.d' we County on' a ,fulltlme ....1... In lwter>Cewnty Tel,.eh.ne Syttettt ,.,.."".1 .. preside quality/ teleeemntwNleallen

Sheriff's Dept. sage saying that 'w.their. oldest and publicise actlvulWet # feel that this U true.sbout our addition to. Mrs. Duone. Miss' tervlee saM..h la e* Imaertsnt. te Merle's a4 the Nat .,,'. p,..,....
son Thark Bailey. at the *
Lamer Keen has been sick t> the ""'.Uon. MuUplCovnry] > program for Martha bowling Is teacher at
Turley home In Winter Haven. the full-time'class' at Memorial We think "Danny Dlslfene ae a wedern,
with the mumps. We hope he Meetingswill'be "el4} oSilhe, exceptional ChiWrtiU This. pro*
1 is back on his feet soon. They drove 'up'..to'' fet Thark fIrst Thursday *of e'ftyoJ&h) ) jr itL ...'only''program of lu, School and .Mrs Laura Johnson electrenle Slant, setrlee... eur large 11 ...."...
Mr. Brian Carlton has also and were given happy, fur-: at 7:30: p-m. ill 'was:''dtriQtdtoadopta dpe.tn' Exceptional..CMU Ed- .Is helping teacher at ,We.t S ulh. Central' and Sewthweet FleeMa

been sick with flu and hasbeen his prist'when recent Thark announced Tharfc new set'of by.!*>*('.\aN ii9ri? m'tort4s; ) ....,.. tos .elementary' school! service area-will Typify (I"'.'.C.u",/'.
unable to work. Two of married Jeanette Nichols' on and form a'charterl: Cly,t....Ylqcey .rye exceptional children In Children with' special needs. ejwalllx. ,".n, and we" hop. yew, will

I the Carlton boys have alsobeen Nov. 26. 1903 .t South Bend; was apDolnted.toyhandltth. >> ,tke 'various' types of 'ppacla 4rtsssroom \ are referred to the Coordlnator .,Iwey* remember this whenever. .yew,
of the Exceptional: Child
ill with flu. -- details. siluatloos'and In thtr'f&lal"C meet .
Ind. > eur repreeeiitallve.
.: : ctsssroom: (,.,IM" many the principal's office In each
MVAKKA CITV METHOOI.TCHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Bailey a"Zep- AS a means, .remaining new .1I.ewrptJe..I.d\1Ict.; ..... are Program by the teacher through Oar family ef emaleyee* wishes yey, and .
the ,next. .. .
ing their eyestow.rd the",road members I meeting .
school', but all exceptional 4t New V..,.
enrolled.) )f."' a Nappy s" feepereMe
Rev. L. W. C.,Ib.rt. these days. They expect their twin "bea modal gathering.ZlUabethr child personnel are willing ii.ioortf.r seta.
he' ''pbtalhedthe .AQj.- rbiUI.who dev, | te. ironi
.Suadajr,School. 10 nmMorning sound son. Nard: home at any tHIU with parents about their
serefces" of 'sevtfril'-'auar.' thenormal 48 ,.... war U sea/
time. He is, being discharged .
Worship. 11 :. town child's special' needs.
Dible Study. 7:30 .m frot'lllIt.. Army and has beenin lets 'who will' ..ppe Tf la .P''-;,.shared. ,ant t e.o* Uon*| ehlMlHe "'t ---'- -- InterCountyTelephone tee
Friday: p.m. Germany. vide. entertainment' "the may'.hav. defective speech.bearing. Pine tree* planted since' Floes *..' -m d

Choir Practice. 7JO: .Mrs.: Joe CoIIereP: f'ta that evening. or ylalen.. He .may' be Ida.. reforestation> program bee JbI-f llb.w
,;r.a.: MIAKKA p.m.e her mother, "Mrs. Late, R.-+ ;TtW I-U.-/ ;o1 f lha'Wok j tnenteUyi retarded. a'mentallyglft gar in IMS with those seed SystemfaatfreesaeMywMrs' t

.. CHURCH bet,;\t .Is ..greatly ''Improvfngu.She wm'.eerve; ,rafrtthmenVv fJJ /e*. ;Jta.j.+y..<*9m'' .- tpecflet fuija', sired eight feet apartW ,

.. ...". L. W. Celbert,. Is able& to sit .in. a-'Thoir 4 Mr. >nd 'Mrs. t h tat..o% N.Wr,prOW.ww.b.ltreo.... ,.w *jkt,,grrdt*, the globe so
o Sunday School. 9 am.y now, and r cognl.ea 'her"vis* -..., ...... tt, le..deaghIM-ltlJ4 ..,.all",'rIt..lr-cs.-.c 4qi 1 Umn -- --- ---- _
itor*. This le happy ;titewj ..- ...au.Ai'w.drt e'14eagnln.6k '
Morning Worship. 9.30: sun.SCK D.rl.spr.laed, *wrX ik4in.pie & ,
: .
deed.. Mrs. Roberts was tttlrc.Uy ..b efl4; Ip, fM'4' PfBelli. ,
.. injUred in'an ''aatoMOb yitts' M rs.' ... A ti." .1.w...."*P htiIoiiM.4e
aftd 4 N'r ;
ldlhdr-b t .)u..pe:..,.... ,U derfeaeat
accident In' Neverber\ boa "
f OR CALL and Mrb. nOyl Taytor. fn+
k improved rapidly.. t' \ rut TA> ..-Ohio: jkeedef
;b 4 JOE LEFEBVRE Mrs.. Jewel Gill>eUt a 'farm day.t poltt.st .that, tfvef?aad y :ac! *, hjNppintr.hU.. ...-u.r, i..nO' the .

acftoel> ha .4.. ,
AT Uy' dinner- for the. AlUa. Roberts Miss K44i_ 'DstUsle ;tindut'I tvt whetievefing
in. her 11-.... pe+ibteJ.S .. -
faMily bOrne
..el. wejiW
ELECTRICIt te-aKltk' ;kope sown / ..
day. It was In the respect of aad'' ,DaIIoeo Cdsa4y.pSitietp.te
Ft Tsure Hep* ever Vone
her brother-m-taw Mr. Vance A 'in the program >wIG 4UedeerOKeornebee. !.
a IUt py low! v Years" pey'aa>4
SERVICE Van Dye. It was his birthday wiU';'heer-taee4. ,..an' mad llendry 0 fl
., which one spa : CouaUe: The CburdUUteV
t know. Present aim wr'o: : Alton 'Int*/l, 'Amerlcsji farmets M" ,'** P. ..... .lvM.11'1'

COMPANY, CCll's girt friend. Miss LaverneSrwirwotd. .sold about USlUUiAU'wertb; *f time etteeen .h....IC...
M Others present guodJ.'According to lh- U. S. bulUn .mean...........iIf,,** atIM
'.11 O.. ANYTHING gle trtee.l2ft were- Ur. Vats Djvkea wife*. D.partlfi.ot' 'AgrlcVlture.. It ';0.SuM County CcWftItouse
y W. M..".,&. WA 8.U., Nancy
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Published Every Thuriday DIAL WA 8-8501 TO ,PLACE CLASSIFIED AD

SERVING THK HUB OP SOUTH CZNTRAL' FLORIDA '. ee TIlE AurAniAN' Arcadia, Florida Thursday January 9 1904

207-709 W. Oak St. Arcadia Florida

PHONES WA 88501 OR WA 8-8511 ,

Classified.: 5 cent per word. Minimum chare $1.00. LEGAL LEGAL. NOTICE A Program Of Good'HedHealtij;

o Display Advertising in clarified: section .$1.28 per ;
column l inch. Minimum a lie accepted one NOTICES ; ,
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!I" All ,classified. cash .wltfiijatder, InChl' (er OEJACADIAINI', .-1 a 1A.1LosIOA),J"" ur f'D 'N .'WON''AT 'ISIS t'Lo"YO SCa.MIS:o..t".US..9.. ey' .... ..,,1-.1 By Mtb'8IIARPE a' i ranch by f.rchasinz! as ftrwcatU Created
has established account W1LJ\TJJiArca4'i{ : n. : ![OMIT OLL1'pl. UND' Newly
J .. ". YfI'II" 'TT. un. U.'I'' "V'UI AS possible; A "closed"cows
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--- I". .1 AS' .' ) ol j( doUar axe herd is a recommended

o Deadline for ClaJfltdI/.dJl Il W ,.!m.i /I" TNt" /Iac"h'O".T, Q. TNSTAY. a,I'Cah. te'- '.1i.: h. ........ as-k.,"S- anc10 lad. 4l'n, ,. U, I eacb>,yfar Jn; V>e, beef cattle animal breeding practice; con!; Film Library
i K 61 iLOaioA.. IN '.ANO'' rea ''J! ...Poc.a4Nf'sfIIKr L4f ....I..r) : .6;7 Industry due to deaths and
o Cla.slfi,.d in i'Q4 'lH4d'r /st276/7r .
set eUht. .. f evarontvod (INe--.f; F'. 1< ._ :. .:'" llmcsse of cattje and calves.;; : Materials
Inch. r tfi' w. U IN CHartCIHT'fAJ11 HO 1..213 ..J:>,.Obturations) ., State. any=rvl'.5)) 3 60,16 f. licniteU-to bulls. A health certificate .
I MOTICI *( .... ones oeDI subdivision4Ne ..', (I a' "University of Florida: arrt-'
*) : .. .. .. .. 44(1305.22P : and breeding soundncstguarantee I
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0 box number chare. 25 cents extra. If replies) to S. C.Plaintiff SAKMH.. .J :5. Corporate. stock. IincU.ar. S2| .7SO0O stock. '.<- ', .-::4" ,. ., ('''mat: .scientist' :,reports: .: ": ; should be demanded .I A newjy-crested:: : regional
It f. federal' Reserve* fiansJf 4 Not cf ... ...
be mailed, SO cents. ;GAIt F. J JDUNN. f.6.Bonk Loon and discountitAxTvj. ( t-any.....5...wNMIl-) .'.:.. .,.. 2>..47pI 12,7005. <1 4 o Dr James. Jlentge. ..nutritionist I .for' very bull purchased film library In. Bradenton _

Card of Thanks charged at classified rates. ....... DUNNING N .9. KATE 5..,.premise... U7.OOO owned OO'JTX.iJMQJMO i. OO, Surmture. .. and: ,". .. <1 .7, with the .Agricultural '.2. MaintaIn' an "Isolation; ccrvmg: Manatee Hardee and
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I o.f._. (Bonk. ttseiodTar ..: Exper/meet tationa.aY that
premise* Vubrocf .
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,. to.'. ""I+ I pasture" where purchased cattle DeSoto Counties is receiving
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IN TIE assumed
NAMi THI 'ff.TI .OF.LA.IAA by ": f I In
-. .O !<0. Real estate owned other thofj;; .bank promise*'. 3u,.>....jl '- .. 5.:63 I some ..'areas of "Florida theavcregq can be kept for 80 days for this week 55 films on .
J IUIM.i! 'f0' 'THt DfrtNOANTS IN .3. Other asset ..............._........ 1..902.71| death (Joss among observation before they are permanent

I II SAID I J EDGAR CAUtt' I. TO-WIT DUNNING: :: and h.. wi/.. 14 TOTAL ASSCTS ..... ....... ..........._...?..J $72302021M 1.I calves has been estimated' .. added to the herd. loan from the Florida
REAL LIAaiLITrtS high a* 3.7 percent Institute for Continuing ; .
((71 KAr. GUNNING (1.)) KATHLffN cmvcrsity
IS Demand 3. Provide and
FOR SALE Brand new 30 deposit af Indrviduols" portnersriips and corrals work Studies
C COTTON and ((4)) WILLIAM. COT corporations Prevention of these losses, .(FICUS).
TON, and (IS)I. HENRY $3.973.31 2.SS 1 I Ing pens equipped with squeeze!
calibre, 13 shot .Armynstyleautomatic JONES, and lo Time and savinas d.pos.ts.i; individuals i ; ; ; ? he says requires alert ranch The films
FOR SALE rifle $77.77.)* Also (INS) STILLONES and ((7). LOa and corporations ... ., .. .. chutes and loading chutes to, USe in.
MASLITT 2,217.15.0'I i with
JONES .. management well-plan-
n LOAfNf 17 Deposits of United St -Gov.ft.; ; : (;; ; :;. i public schools throughout the
electronic Dog Trainer (or O MIJ COTTONk and IS/( ). KATHLtIN '5"0.J ... (inckidina pcslal: ncd herd health' program. permit fast handling; of any
shock collar). Perfect for I > JOf4CS McCUfJf.. : and ((9)). DAISYlopSri Deposits ol Stares and;' political suodivisions- ; '::..:::.-'. :::: 700,09'.1 14344700: >I, emergency. three-county area under the
ono known o- DAISY 20. Certified and Officers crtecks. etc. ....... "For a beef cattle ranch to direction of Mrs. Betty Slot urn.
I FOR RENT' or 8aI.-Three andonehal' breaking you dog; from bad MURRAY '; IIOJ] "*HArwoOO MIIR- 21. TOTAL CI OSlrs --.-. .-....--.-. $''..r.-.79.a' 'I43.OO3 operate in the black." the ani- 4. Keep' handling of cattle I in coordinator of library .
I habit. RAY, and (CIII! ALBfRT W. GIL.' ( Total demand deposits corrals materials
acres land. Cleared Tlnsley's Feed Store, 22 I r 14723OA\74\ to a minimum perhaps
CHRIST a bachelor and (02)). a man (b) Total time and savmas deposits (2,442.; ;ISSO5 mal scientist stresses, 83 percent for the Manatee Cpunty
ready G' plant Telephone WA South Orange Arcadia, WA 9- 26. Other liabilities. .. .. ..._... ... _...... three times a for
I wncxa ur name fa* ftKCUSONj. and ....>..................... .3.000.00 I or more of the cows must year Schools. The regional film library
88735J314131617181920P. 3201. 13-tfc I I to acH of you if ollv* and If dead marking, weans%, blood testing
I all unknown pvnont, cloimmg ......., 27 TOTAL LIABILITlIf ? ............. 11,26.,246.19; wean a big calf every year Is one of 12 in Florida
you OB Min. deY...
-SALE z. 3 bedroom' .... 1 Iwnor, croditor. Irwt.5 D' No. shares authorized-par value. per shora..:_:..:::::: JO 1IOOO.OOO healthy one." for pregnancy: for the library in this
NOTICE other claimants, and the unknown t-to, shares .. .. ...... ...
unissued J.: : ...... ... none 9. Prevent accidental deaths.
house. 1 old frame 1 cement : spouses of each of you whew ..,. Ha. snare* outstanding TO achieve thi* type: of efflency. region at a recent meeting in
I .Is not named as defendant herein, 31 Surplus/ ... _20.000,:.. ... JOOOOOOO2JOOOOOO Dr. the, Ground fence; Keep' cattle away Gainesville when ,
block almost LeI : : Hughe state represent
/ new. and to all parties having or clairnMg 32 Undivided profit .. :: i .:.: ..:. ::
=:, :::::::..... .. ... 403947TOTAL from fertilizer lead paints
13. Foster, fiuute No. 3, lox \ : to nave any rignt. tttlo or Interest 33. Reserves. ..........,_ : ., .... ... ..,... ,y- ., ,.. ._ 46.45495 ranch manager' should have Elves from the 12 Areas &took
NOTICE I' will 'no longer bo In tne property Hereinafter described. a herd health program planned' Xibricants, prcervotl\cs for turns selecting titles from Uie
1 222.1' responsible fur' debt Incurred HERESY NOTIFIED that a Complaint: .3'r33.,7762 one' year In' advance listing 1 posts und other: chemi1 -. !list of 672 films which FICUS

by anyone other than has. "b..ndad aooinst "you herein 35 TOTAL UAtU IT.rs.. AND CAPITAL .ACCOUNTS,! .... 87.823.020.21 the jobs to be done on'a month cals. made available to them.

CLASSIFIED, DISPLAY myself Charles Harry Lindsay, ma wherein.. tno the fit relief lo' in sought the plaintiff/Is JneQuiel" heroin J. *. Time. certificate/ of deposit outstanding. .....-...._............. 32O.I BOO OO by-month basis. In addition 6. Have a veterinarian diagnose The films were from a collection .
PO. Dux 3. Arcadia. Fla. against, you. and eels af you, ta this, I I. O H..of Carr.,.,C...._. .. the oe.-.-n....... bank. do hereby decktiw that he should obtain the servicesof | the cause of every unexplained purchased over a.
csrtdloon' period -
I' JOHN PARKER.REALTOR 11I213141516J718PBOUGHT }.; .m... Arcadia following''. Od.described.,. County: .land,, Floriwoh located, belief ....... is true and correct to the best af my" .knowledge and a veterinarian on an annual : death -then elimin- of years by the old General. l

-rot"particularly: described, fowls W.. tno undersigned directors O. H. C..1t basis and 'readily accept the ate the cause. Burn or ."bury the Extension Division of Florida,
attest the -
correctness of this reportaf
tn Block .
4 dead
Gikhristsubdlvxton animals
HOMES of rho Southeast condition and declare that tt has been eMmmed. .by us and to the. talon professional help of other speclalistt forerunner of FICUS "'''When
GROVES. AND SOLD Fine ISCef) the Northwest Quarter Quarter our knowledge end-belief. M true and correctDmtCTOflt. when Weeded. '7. Continually chick management part of its function was tai' sup.

RANCHES things bought and sold atSmith' (NWi/j) ef Section J*, Township W_ A good'herd health 'program and feeding practices ply schools with
C.rnerteat Antique Located on 37 >eull> Nonga 24 fast JTI'.f1i; li"J. to be sure' cattle are in good Q'Jdio..I.111.!}
YOU AM MM/BY on most cow-calf: operation materials for instruction'
and North DeSoto U.S. 41 at Virginia Avenue .)n DfHIO AND .MCQUIMIO .. condition and comfortable,
flla ; be .
can summarized
yourwritiori January, 9 1944 eightgeneral
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.. Ph. WA e.1411 Punta Curds florid*. Visit us lOnMirer or detente .aM Stress should be minimized by .
-- --- Camplo4r. /died horeirt --r-- practices.: The Agricultural -
soon Btfc In .... above _.fiod Caw aoolnst In you tha : Experiment 'Stations. working cattle in tha coolest
t1 -------- _. .".. af tno Clark. NM saM Circuit Fort scientist lists those follows: hour and affording,;: access to future, the ability to take advice
News as
FOR. BALK-Now 2 bedroom Cent In and far 0."'. County, Ogden shade fresh from consultants and
Florida.' IA' .... DeSoto County Court 1. Minimize the. water back rubbers a-
home. Central air conditioning I WILL TRADE two registered House In Arcadia, *lor4da, an or .... possibility and mineral boxes. bove all the "drive" tu tot

and heating Large lot. Hereford bull., seven years fore the 1st day .'. February A O of bringing disease to your 8. See the cattle often and his advance planning put Into

I Small down payment.' Balance : old for two Brahma of equal Io4 Hugh. and Albert t 0 serve Jones a, copy a10 I fnereafon Wet MRS. VERA' COLLINSMr. lams and Mba Patricia Boggess treat imedJately any case of action.

like rent. .Or will build to suit value. Write Jim Frlerson.' Magnolia Street, ; 'lortda, and Mrs. Charles Davis visited, Mrs. Curt Williams In lameness, eye inflammation

I' Your lot ormlne. M. D. Lambs/ Ona RFD .or phona'WA 0-8811 da Attorney so a. decree far plaintiff pro' .contessa-. .ISyou will foil bo to I Candy?and Mr and Mrs* Ilah- a hospital In Tampa Sunday. Arcadia, were New rear' Eve j scours, etc. If possible, isolate CLAfSi'lIO DIIPLAYNOT'.CE

Broker WA 8-2981 Nit.. after 6 p.m. 13-lo-17-18-p entered ......, you, and said cause lon Davis who had been Visit evening. and New Year's Day. guests of ;sick animals from tht of
12-13-U-IS-a I .11. ...oceed .. _....,_It-.... _..._ ing Mrs. Iva Crouch during> the their grandmother, Mrs. Ora- rest r
the herd
I. yowl to fne* torree. holidays left last Visiting Mr. and 1101,.. Elmer lee Layton.
j SERVICES IT IS5151 Y oVofftlD that thts week" for Thornton during the weekend 9 Don't become confident

CLAisima. DlsrtAY Order and Netico snail be published. Marian, Ind. In .RlnaT'Coid: .> were: Mr. Eddie Thornton of Mr. John Yelvlngton and (that you (ranch manager)) '
once a week frr tour
consecutive Georgia. Mr. Mart Ion Davit Dick
became can of Bradenton were
I "- weeks M Tno Arcadian, a woofer..* Fort Green. Mr. and Mrs. Al- ;know more about animal health
newspaper published. M Potato County ill and passed away bert Thornton of Fort Winder. weekend guest of her mother t than the professional consult Due: to limited time: I
>.lor KM Sympathy la extended to the r.lra. Zula William Johnnie can do 'only tax re.urrt; : *
Mrs. Benlna a nts.
CLASllfI.D .IIPtAY IN TOKIM: WMffttOf. WITN. Huckeby of Cleveland Every new year In the
I SALE my official. hand as. Clerk. at said bereaved family. and Mrs. Georgia Falany. Yelvlngton was her guest j future of an already complex hve handled in! previous-
Circuit. Court of the S..,. of Florida Mr. and Mr. Edwin Mix */ Monday till Wednesday'and | years.
Mr. business
Elmer will
Thornton was In : bring newly deve-
in and for
New and Used Mobile GSAVILT TS.ACTOMto DeSnt County. ClorKta. onth Marian. Indiana are, vlaltlnsl Mary Lee spent Friday night Clients' make
Home <:,the 24m doy of December. A.D. Bradentori on business laat. ]loped Insecticides weed' killers may appointment
.' their' daughter Mrs. Aurin with her grandmother by calling WAlnut 8-
N.v2 ** 'P/.r.wp -- CordonV Saturday < and Bed additive as well
i and! a bedroom prlcfa:113Ve50d. L. r. AVANT Collins and family ,to 4481.
lrluul 41w',:' Top Mo er-lletery Cultivator'llTO Ck5. N Sad il c-: .. Mr.' and OJ.USILriono. ] Mr. ''.ftd Mrs: Mertus Dodd. Mr. and Mrs. T.. E-. Mizene'" i as newly Introduced disease. '

' prl./1.c. ; .tared on trade-in. "... ': ->t.|' i.r. >. | }*'.. h4. l1'NTZM'NGI'' .Wunde Mrs.Ixu Ix HshoOwRo.V( (J nw.rp.;/n.St. JV-tersbJirtf'on.: ...;_AutJuYndale'!'ndMiUardM'for z eUi.Visit drove'''TSatUr-to: /TQ survive, ever Individual: James R. Mundell
I IOe 'j? / a x'tabth'w111 I have
I aOYND/ IQUI'MIHT, C 0.M. eT"y. buaaiess trip Jut TrrmJay, managed 10 8. daote'Ave.
Hugh bilberf I JorV and Mrs J D. Brat and Mr day with !'>(Ir. nd Mrs. James 1 '
1 'STATEWIDE S17 .. 1/i. Mi.IarT Lou Lanier of : by an administrator who has Arcadia Florida
ID S_. :and Mrs. Woodrow' Orannon
MOBILE HOMES ''NC.I Arcadia, flatidaAttorney in Zolto Taaipa visited her paI'.nII'. T. Mlzelle. James left Saturday 4 an open mind, an eye to the

I' I -- .-.-.- .- _. ... of. Ftamtrlf. Springs Sunday eVerfing and Mrs. Orton Lanier last P. M. for Rlvte Beach, _- -- .. -. ,
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IH"y. I Pec. 2.. IfsX Jan I Rev and 1\frL Watt are ,where he '
9-te-lJ. 194IM wa transferred from
I,I J "ftpPhono 17. North Wauohula WAN&DWANTED .. .., -.--- ; both on the sick Hat. weekend, and attended a class. Winter Haven Morrison's Cafeteria -!I I
J TNI CIMCUIT" COUtlT O. TNI Mr. Monroe Ollbreath' of reunion In Arcadia. SEVEN GOOD
: ( to the BUYS
BARK LEY'S PR .Ut4i' JUDICIAL CIOCVIT' t< Lake Mr. and Mr Raymond i
t l :: !! ;!tII ) AMP boa OltOTO COVMTV.f tO IOA Wale and Mr. and THis. : Mc- Mr and. Mr*. Jesse Kersey'

\ 1c Dead u..d plane.. 1Nworld. SO11CLOIYii' All* Alroy Waters, and Oroq: ,t>iL' "Itfr"Tenn, *. .ll and" con of Michigan.; and daughter spent Sunday IP' you like wall to wall carpeting Built-Ira cab!.

I I LAST atvia,'%AV>t )-> UANK" Dartow' visited Rev and (Wrs,. and Mrs E. II. McConnell, ,with- Mr. and Mr. Harold Lilly nets Built-in kitchen ranie Tiled I bath
twill trade fltfHififumitUr
.J : r. IM. Ywk .CM.MN5- :, Jeooie'Cilbtoath./. i Mrs. Harriet Ford of ,Englej I j .in Sarasota. Screened in patio A nice' Utility room and .tti.t

c FOR RENT or new planov ARCADIA ... riomttf. On Friday of last 'week Rev. wood. Mrs and Mrs. 'Raymond'Dodda fcalurrs here' your opportunity. See us for this many 2 bed>;

1 MUSIC. -FlftNITUIIE" : 8Tp tE. Of NNIi O WILSON' ..d. CAROLYN and 'M,.. Jessie Gllbrwath and and three children. Ran room block home that' less than 2 years old and I located

....w. +. ---.._- MDIftAk I WK1OM.' A'N r. wt e dnd CAM PI.IT' Mr. Monroe Qllbroath wer* In dy. Terri and Tammy Jo of The TIME to BUYis nice.to$10,300.I > Shopping Center and downtown area. Priced nit

I APARTMENT FOR RENT ASSOCIATION OPSAKASOTA.. Placida and Boca 'crand Bedford, Ind., Mr. and Mr*. NOW I I !

I, Ideal forgone or ,two people.S,1tbaon'dtreet : LEGAL ,NOTICE.. O Un PelerMonts,ted S.Ns orDorotiwv%! Rev. Jeaale .Gllbrcath. ,land Dcn* t Dee, and children: Call ,Today YOUR family will have all the room I It needs when
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WA 8-7841 or NOIKI .li MC.ly ClVIN P5..- Mr. and Mrs4 Terry Collins Kathy Sandra Vicky Sue and WA ..*S7t you let ua show you this 3 bedroom frame hot.se. This
I WA 8.7(61, ---1. 37-tfQ -.f1---- lo.e float 0..,_ .* toDecember ._....... OOad visited' Mrs. Uddy In &the hospital Ricky. Mr. and !Mr. Earl Barn nice property: .is located near the school and Is priced)

II I I9AJ. .nd.a.md. M In Punta ,Oorda.'Sunday well Timmy and Tommy all lit TIME OFFERED au- .8.200. .
CHancerw COW
IM TNf COUftT 01 TMI tOYNTY tv IOI4J, 0 5515 tiful building lot with Oak I
I FOR RKNT Coca. enjoyed a barbecue Monday
; Unfurnished MlMl. > MtOTO C rs>MJ;jIL.aI, AIM Court *f tnovTwette sud5wl evening tree for HERE II a home that' completely furnished
IMJUBO. Call WA 9-1882. 12tfc a1/ tSVATt O. f..:=. m and.. N, p.loss CM.wy. Mr. II. D. Reid' to' on the night at the home of Mr. andMrs. pleasant shade.: inlf an air condtloner., The Inclu
I wKefoH* LAST MIVLtl Close to School and Town. price for :I
> A tbLs.
J ---. -- --- : tUCA ** JtjHMaOM* .j 'IIMCS SANK. a .4ew 'York ..corp.i, Ick lUt We; hop .she will .soon, Albert Barnwell. If you see this you will buy.81go cas I. only 56.300. .,. .
FOR PI INT -Nicely' furntonedapartment. 1n fiflfT"T t .iONI' fcan.iovn t v* MNNI' O WIL be much better. ( Mr. and Mr*. Raymond Dodd. :< To>\;al Price. roo11
Alt <<. Art* SON and CAkOOTN I WilSOM lwike >; located close
JMteVI very to
I Couple only. ,17 M /; etaJAMI eM4)).Ho.IT.. MjDfMAi SAytNOS Mr. and Mr. Edward William and family left Friday to return -o.- You can tent" one side of this downtown on .
1 South Manatee Avenue, WA St-, AAAIMdlAIMt-to. :::JoO l ." AND.. LOAN AUOCIAflOtM" / o* SA''.. were honored withmiacellaneoua a to their home In Bedford. TRADE er-SALL.-- What price just 9 13.60O and and ''lv' In the other. Tot4l 1
'Y... ..d b5. wi..r.by AJoO'Unt,... easy terms arranged.
Stoe* c- to trade for
177. __ .... .w..ft.. wd '.......... f. p.... ara Oer.nuan>n I ''w.M sell to ma s shower Saturday Ind., after spending' :; the post you 2-Bedroom a nice2.Story
.MA"'LLr = any 't/.r5.' 5.111 -r- I tuonest and rest (udder for cWat night at the home of Mr. Clay two week with Mr and Mr*. frame BARGAIN BUY-This property can be used as one

f for reni.furnlthed Water" Included apartment Call -."1w..vo.. a..aa11.r .Gtw... ...S..m .. r= I County ma Courinrusa W.0.0 ..al. .*she.. City Doiora.. ton Dou .*. Itoatcsse were: Denael I Does and family and house Trader good welcome neighborhood.All Come. home or as a duplex. Pirced I for a real i quick Wle.. 56,000.
P. J/1ww.t 45..d I .14 Arcadia' Cm.wy.0:. .OeSero. r rte.. Mrs. Cloute Doggess, Dianne Mr and Mrs. Albert Barnwell.Pine and see us. LOW price', plus easy terms
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or see at North .
M55In. r. ,.LrCp.. ....- .1.0a.w I .., -- .. '.1.. _r .f and r.lrlda natr nm. fMr kr>r..ln.K| reach of '
.I Monroe. IS-lB-lT-H-p tart /ISIS .. ....d C..rwr .1 I Janrr5, Iq4, /anwrg ....550Sd and Mr*. WIIUamsl received INVEST: -2O Acres tHst'will, frame home and 2 acres of land. veryona. bedroom
_. .. 11.900.00 total
r1S.e.. 15t- S.S .-.dw p.pa5 y 0s 5 0.50 ti 50.4 55150.e price.
/5.ww .w 1.5.5. .l Isal I _. 5155,1: many nice gifts. Refreshments go quick. 10 Acre In,
1 1--,_ of Ila f..1a,.. ,_ ..... ,.. 2 L.lock Q. fteval HowarditVMien. were served all Level NewsMRS. Grove. Priced right at $18-! FIVE seerm ef land and a 2 bedroom frame home at
MISCELLANEOUS .' r MM of Amaova. Do.ora If 900. a tremendously reasonable price. The price reduced
: =. shNL =;t..7oc t.- i CaieW..C1''a.. as par psettheeesf. guest to settle ..tat Su.. for de-tails just
I .. .., __ on this ORe. Terms are
Sn.M.S .5.oS .
FOR SALE .. tie .'--. 5r.d ....,.... ..Z..Aw ,,"", ..5.rssoraod 6S one) in**A.Plat af*M ik af Mr. and Mrs. Edward] Wlll- ., T. E. MIZELLC: available II you desire them.
: .. I, ... 51..at. MN ." a ........ f Oolata County Mr. and Mr, lleston Itagan Jar reft Hamilton
5..y and .,......5.dw .... ....... Pry.... Eon HANCIIK.S: I r.KOVES _
.. ..... b50. M of LorSda. visited Mr*.
-- --- .r..444.5 cadn .... with Realtor
ew .
bWd.rq 5155.15 HUSINESS
w Dillie& Underwood and HOMES
1 ran .ALII U..d o** fta"*.. ---H _7UN _' = =-. :::- ,:: .. Vf. wish to .... their
AROLD.y j1tN .. ... .t. heartfelt
In Oood Condition. UvSuto I lost wa j our niece. Jolla Eva Rose llagan. IX .. Polk A... WA *. n JOHN
.tTMamsll .4 Lrl. raps. 15,4 h_ 555.55 appreciation and gratitudefor PARKER Realtor
Oas Cumpanjr., hone WAlnut ___ 51..15, and ........ 11.5.5. one night last week.. AooooUlooJoooi _
8-4SOI. DJ ... .. Ia3 2.1. 1161, OATIO 5514 36,1 4ay of 0.5.5.b.. .. the kindness extended to Mr. Keoai: Page pent New O. ed A MILLI PARKER, Asoolt
fta-tfe Jan Betty (now PATRICIA PAMOKC
X I I90J. out family I ..
during the .
t UAM! Year* Day- hV Tampa. with her WA .U, .
Jack Cdaotalo
._. tlUHT I. AVANT WA 9. 6271a
WHY YOU SHOULD C>e>. *. WHO Cerurt Court and death of our beloved mother dauTtter. ad1 AlnMgvjdr.sed

l FOR .ALC-New I lew .r.*.. on of 0..... County Mrs. Mary t toll!way. A pe- Mts..4tohnrDi a3.che-atsd son. .

tractor urea. lOalo, Ilx3. BUY ," Deputy.yl ALf Cave.BtAll *" A INTZMIMCdt.. eat' Thank goes to our many Mr and Mr*. ..-*.. Kersey -

IJJ {See > your Atandanl' Oil) friends and neighbor and Dr. and daughter. Martha, mad a

Company, Ky, dealer lhll An. -- ; I .COVOtMOM. AND I9uRlHON; Gordon McSwaln.. May Ood'" recent visit. to Mr. and Mr*. Lowering Quality
dersun. 3O3 8. 34105 StesefCAMO biro. each of ;:
distributor M.Sr Poo rkrW jrou. Rkhard) Kersey and son. nee

Monroe, 4-tfc J-r e. Dee The Family of I Dd.anel. They formerty livedneer

.FOR .ALKai-.-) -..o, rw*. T trtUs 1 I I ; -;; Mr*. Mary Hallway l3-p Saraaota H. I. smployedworking a. To Save Money

cUaq.uu 1ima at SO U ... Na1T .1NaAL ; on a rnciw. __ .
; MOm'M.e .... -
Verano Drive; 8 : Asfetl.t TNI.- : .5.AAC i M*. and }IrrCty4ato11b115Y : .
Yr phone WA : I
cow r 1
l 't ,' w .: : Mow lloillnpw'otth
R a.. NtOT worth ,
51.21_ n- .. 11..0 ., N I I I and )tint Ed ItoClnnworlhof .Is Like
t.IO' a Is at,'I ti5S1? '
I POR .e ALt 7/* HOMOO Trailer M.Ma I n54_ SHw55 Aw.s oa l.a.4 M_ku.N ,. 'W.'f t .......... drojnSO 'oJ .. T'.u.-.1 ,.

aU aluminum* 1'M Ul GenrraL rJ: w..5 Oar $1... =I I t.kcLmT... COVtlc DUOfO tWJNTY'. 4+! t""au.-4 1 .
4I If. d ; aS -- --- btleel'1oIw. "1' .r..,. f.t,
Mfidern. 1 mile south of tH4, .. -.... w my --. maw's "I 1 '
BUSINESS FOAMS 55 m w a .4 -I,
'E rx Odd.l bjr relay lower.'Write 4a.. The f.Ila M 5.5. 0.551155 t.5.d 0. -' :::$.' iMa ::4

Lewi& ,lloyt, P.o. Box S. r.:1. ;:J I I 1_'ve'..El...o.o-......e*.lee-e.Q.IOMI'. '.f i IIJ'SC Oe. 'I I Wrt tlalfk.SMr1Aolef.L'>*. ;; : :: :; >I: Stopping A Clock I '

.. 5.55.15 .1 L 1 .rr, :
rh O..C&I Sp"Q. I""'" .. Oa ha old twd.w...fSa5.7 -' --I|I..5 I IO so Is Sac .oMkt tl rIsOSS.5111d0. .o4n. ..t Ito I> < .
_Me.-to t-a..Ns "'-.. __ game end Dr. and Me. D.ql
.. bt-4Hw' lea eM.* *.<.. .?... -1-----; :; __ I rl11 .M :'
; oa.I ........ 0.1 WUhile o4 DoUver. Tentv..:r-me
r. Os '
y Jrouf-TJUodaML.,)ruck' OU Coen.party. tlrr- a .P.yr G.I, = ...::= P:: :-..-:...: _...a.. : up with them for a vtsit .Mriiarrtsurr "To Save Time .

... ... hM nwt or wimii *>.iecUoimate -
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Ky, dealer Phil Andcrsoiv. :. : .
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*t Auburn U. .
b..dS 4.A t. /ruS -7 % a J
.distributor, JO3 S. Monroe .. .. .. .. M I"j I Mr*. J DL Itook* ef Pahokeew -
4lfeFOR --- p4C8 h5. F.. c.1'i:1 '
__ t. ...... t.w.5. ilo. -, *. the weekend. guest erf Mr. For Quality Printing-
.ALE-t7lattGE.> T.a.. .._d.. t1..5+...rW Oe6y c-c.' Orokte Laytuov They atteeededSMMsdajr '-

.vision *et arid..* -.M toot an* "I T.dw ... 110-. c-.. ._ j mYlcec > at N. Illllebore. .
PIarl5w..o.5J -. 5. (146
trnrus. Both In perfect vorsdi-' w.....cl...... ... o1tr.; .... .. : 1.+15Annul' tupcut Criurvt FromUkrre

Uon. Inquire at 418 North Ve .... ... ..... s w c.1."+'." '- -j/ they drove %*> Uly ..- Phone WA 8-8501

lusia anytime day or nUhC 0.4 SFS1 915 6 M M .. ::. : a5.11C1 M 1S5Aa/50lMSS 154(15.0A tW llwatA: sad al.edld ... : ., .t;
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We wUH. .. thank tfce amtt *tUs -- Tampa -..--...wt. vtllrnag I

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THE ARCADIAN', Arcadia. Florida. Thursday. January 19U( 6-1\:
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News From My tk 1; ttv =BferrrOldtimer,.. .', .. 4.!.'".; : :;"r ,,!4I.: '...f1."\ New :Minister

... Begins DutiesAt REAL ESTATESee

". Mystery PictureThe Us For
tiRs ELIZABETIt HULL Local Church
Ada Hawkins celebrated her their six children.Mr. Good Buys

Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Bruce Clarke* birthdt&r on Saturday S h edoesn't and Mrs. Alford Fenner beautiful Brother Richard M Dutner

who live on the Lester Yan .J say which birthday from Bradenton were visiting young Is the new minister' of the First HOMES
Ranch were pleasantly sur-. but we hope the had a happy in the home of her grandmother lady who is this week'amystery Christian Church, Arcadia, lit and

.';pried last week when Mr day and will have many more. Mrs. Ida Thornton Sun- picture was began his ministry on Jan. 2 OUILOINO. SITES

Clarke's parents Mr. and Mrs,, Mr. J M. Keen from Duet. day afternoon. born October 28th A graduate of Johnson ruble OROVIS ACRCAOK

A. J.. Clarke and his sistei. Fla. visited with his son. and Sunday afternoon Murray 1898 in Tifton. Ga. College, h* previously' servedas

'" .1 !JMrs. Ross Clarke of Bownanvclle. -, Hawkins home. went to Titus baptist Churchto 1920 and two years Columbia Christian Church In
Ontario Canada flew 1 in i A former resident of Myak- hoar the Path linden Quartet. later married a local South Carolina.A Realtor for 20 V..nlIocl.te.

for a two' week visit. The elder ka City Mrs. Georgia Hawks lhey sure enjoyed It. man. from one of 'the i .\ .

Clarke's expect to leave next t is visiting at the home of Mr. 'the Lion Roberts family "of I county's pioneer family. ---. ---- -. MORRIS H LEVSKYand
)Sgndat, for.their t home.' and Mrs. Belvin Hawks. She Sarlva, Canada were vtaitora.
Mr. and Mrs. William Heck- now lives at Owens. It is niceto In the home or Mrs. lua 1 horu- recent study, conducted by
ner:of' Uxbridge.. Ontario Canada have;; her back for a visit. ton mauling the hol aa>*, They have one sort Dr. George Gallup of the HUGH M. MARTIN
also and three grandchildren American/ Institute of Public
were recent visitors Mr. and Mrs Nealey Young's andMrs. 2O testis OeSot Avenue
1 Mrs. Clayton Kins- I IORO.
Qt 'th a Bruce Clarke If can ,, Opinion found that newspaper f
you rueas
home. II
law had all of their children Ethel: 'U\A'I&_ swt.r. .r.. Phase WA *15O1
Mr. and the advertising 1 Is regarded as news
Mrs. Harold Nelson home for a New Years Day rioreiic:* Smith vt .ros.pruutparsed identity of the 1 I
by most readers. RICHARD M BUTNCR
Bradenton. were Christmas dinner. Their grandson Tim away We exleiiu out mystery lady, write . .
visitors the r -- ----- -- ---- -- -
at home of their Castles remained at the Kins- ".
daughter: .and son-in-law. Mr. law home for a visit with his Donna;; Sue Thornton celebrated on a postal and mail r
and Mrs\. Clarence: Wilson and grandparents.Mr. her fcth bu-tltuay Uev.: to The Arcadian. You ,

family.The and Mrs. Morris Hill and 28.: We hope she has many may be the winner of __ ...-.... _. Introducing
Earl Ness family were more happy -
family went to Sun City to birthdays.Mr. a three months sub "w
among many of our commun- visit at the home of Mr. and Jinunle Thornton celebrated scription to the paper. And be sure you read the
ity who found themselves Mrs. Leon Hand. his Dee 26.
They spent birthday final clue carefully!
plagued by flu and cold New Year's Day. with them. lie did not tell what birthultyIt DiOIli
I Kelly Ness was unable to attend Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hill was. but we wu>h himmany ..V .

all be school.well We hope they will sang the old year out and the more happy ones. FINAL CLUE ". !!

soon. New Year In. when they attended Edai Jordon Hill has been 'She has a beautiful: voice ,
Mr. and .
Mrs. Donald Ness the very enjoyable all slew .again with his tonsils. W* The church-ffoera admire
from Oneco visited with his night sing held at the Ruskin hope he will soon be over it ;
And for
brother Mr. and Mrs.\. Earl Baptist Church. many yoarsShe .
aiM up playing again.
Ness and led' In' the choir.
family and stayedfor
Mr. Ronnie' Hand was in W* don't want to forget the
supper last Sunday. charge of the service. The sing Myakka. City Methodist' ihunh: 1
Mrs. Eliza Hawkins and her
was nicely'.rranled and the "
presents Gospel Kong test lh
grandson, Jim Hawkins 1
wererecent .
refreshments served between fathflnders: The Smith ramiiy. '.. 3 'a
visitors at the home ofher
songs were dehcoua. 'ine. ..
Happy Uospel .
son and family Mr. and ..
Mrs. Claudia Albritton has .
1 Qfi :
Site Arcautaiu), Jan. inn. IVO4 ;'aM "
Mrs. Dock Hawkins. They returned to her home from a 7:30: at U.. School auditorium. Y IIj./ .. '
\come\ who from is Venice.15 years While old. herJrn went*. IB visit_ in with uiw I .service her: son and. Jack stationed, who, Auiniaslon will, b* Charged. '.:'\';; t.+:,:" :; '3-1 fl'6

hunting Friday morning. He in Mississippi. Mrs. Albrittonand MYAKKA. GROUP EYES !/our ; nwler: (
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was expected to return by son E. J. spent the Christmas PROGRESS:
noon and failed to do so. Whenr and .. v'ti. "' .
New Years holidaysIn A organisational meeting. t .:
r .Jt grtw: late and he had not .
Mississippi. (t the IMyakka. City Clvte' 4s- k.@i ,
yet returned it was feared ,. ; F f are
Mr. Arthur Thalocher. one sociailon was b.n..andf7 eoi"g'oatJ $b'l. "
that some harm have .
befallen may of our newer residents weht p. m. In'MyaKka City. Tti. A_- t : ,
the boy. It was then to Aalabama to spend the sociatlon U bel' | recrgsrized| I
that Mr. Dock
Hawkins requested Christmas holidays with his for the purpose cf improving'
an air and land search family. He Is expected to return the tuai..m end of Manatee.
by the Manatee County Sheriff to Myakka City this week. County. It has been decided to D QcAoeGe
Dept. and the Sheriffs posse. Mr. and Mrs. George V. retain the present officers) for

the Less than two hours later. Bailey attended a New Years a period Of three months.Mr. It ,Hi.....li .FWtrj;;
boy was found at the I
Eve at the home of Mr.
Ralph Poaey home about eight Bailey's sister Mr.. and Mrs.. James Thornton 1s pres- Cti.nty 'a.,HV Superintendent Th. advent. *f the New Year ala. marks the birth '.f "Danny Dlalfan***.::.
miles west of town. He was Ident Gail'Thormtod Is secretary the Mew repretentatlv the .
of e lnler.Ce.wnly Telephone Syelem."Danny
Winter Haven.;
Turlcy. and \ 1 latreasurer. It. ha been laid that 'Sours There are two special 'education -
found 1JJtelI.n! ), ?: : .
during a house to housecanvass .
conducted by Chief On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Mrs., Clarenc Wilson is "an exceptional program for Isotherm In n.Suto 01." will eymkellje and 1 erapMealty srtray 'the *".rt. .,

Deputy Clyde Gill of Manatee George Bailey" received' si message was, ".I. tW ,lo *c| M.\yepatter -,,, ha eptbna4 eb84*"' ,> and w* County on a .fullllm basis, In all 'Inter.Cunty Telephone System .rennel' t* ....wl... quality. '.1..1.l alUi.

Sheriffs Dept. saying that -their oldestson and "publicise* aetlvitliesof fel ,that this U tru.,about our addition to Mrs. Boon Miss tervlee. w"'." Is e* lmrtant. t. Fiends. and the H...."'. p,.........
Thark Bailey, at the
was .
Lamar Keen has been sick the association. MutU] >I-County' .ram for Martha bowling Is teacher at
with the mumps. We hop he Turley home In Winter Haven. Meetings will'b* he4! oVt tine 'Cxceptidnal OuWrvn.This prsgram. >. ,the full-Ilm.'es$ 4 at Memorial W. think' Danny. Dletf.ne"-.a. a m.**fn.leetrnl .

.t! is back on his feet soon. They drove 'up' to fet Thark first Thursday of,each .fflopjh} .',..the-'only"program of ...., School. end .Mrs. L ura Johnson .. Blast etr4! ear I.,... 11 eeuntyewth
and were given a' happy, lurprise -- .
Mr. Brian Carlton has also when Thark announced at 7:30: P-P.J( .W.. ..drciQed. tip*. In exceptional.ChlU Ed- Is helping teacher at ,West Central and S.wtKv ..t "I.'.*.

been sick with flu and hasbeen his recent' marriage. That, .to adopt. row set:of b1-&a& Ws 'Vcatiorf', |a"rior, >aW 't*ks to ,Elementary, ''School. ..'vise ar.*-v .lll., TypifyMar. .CMMy'*
unable to work. Two of married Jeanette Nichols on and fforn\) 'charter.: Clyde..Y"ncey try* .xcpttonalw' children '"to Children with' special need.'are quality .".rt., anel w. ".... yw will
I the Carlton boys have also leas. appointed-.to Handle ''I, > referred to th* Coordinator always. remember this. whenever
Nov. 26. 1M3 at South Bend; 1fluprooni-tttu.t&s4s. 'n4gh: of the Exceptional Child yea
been ill with flu. Ind. -- th* .detafU.; v % & meet *ur ",,...,,..U...
1 r.IU"cWaantOm" :: (where man; the principal's office In each
MVAKKA CITY MKTHODIST Mr. and Mrs. Bailey era l eD- A* at ftdna efaabtaliltng& new Program by>> the teacher through Our .. .f wlehee and)
mmbrs., th. next.{meeting 'of:wrj,*_..ptkMtal-chl< Ing their eyes,toward the,road .
CHURCH school but all exceptional >
enrolled.): years a Happy and) s reperM. New Year
these their Mrlll be aoclar. g lhrtog.EU .
days. expect child '
Rev. L. W. ClbertSuntJLajr personnel are willing toleQftler
t ,"JfI,1, ''has''' pbtalnod 'Any cblld.who.de YI.," frosts
sound son. Nard! home at any :
I with about their
time. He is being discharged the ,..ttoel"of '..Wri. |"iU..r-, theajarmnal) la aomo war .. ..*.?;town child's t
11 special .weds.<
Bible Morning Worship 7 JO ajn. front the Army and has beenIn late :who will :appear(ta .provide '.M.rvd i an' Xa _UanaJ vnih1H -_. InterCountyTelephone
Friday Study: : p.m. Germany. ent.rtalnment..Ior! .""It. m.y ,hav. d /"Uve speech. Pin trees planted sine ri",- r-
JoIn; .Joe Coke reports that bearing or tairv'( H* trey b* .Ida's reforestation began

Choir Practice. 7.30 : .yening. ., program m
p.m. ,
t.j tati MIAKKA' her mother Mrs. Larf Rbvi(4 *- ."t'hiIt-.u..t.4.r..01:. aha Is4w tneiltally retarded *r. .. .UUy In ISIS with those smrd System t
is greatly : gilt. .,...'.",.Ja..'. ., tP"'t sp.bd feet ,
:: CHURCHRev. :1ftPrvvlnar.tShe 'jilr.rv., .r.ryexP V+t tf hugs right apartwould
la able to sit'Ina., J.Mr tot be.Wytiprybfashsb'r. newofi4MMrr :;.. the BO j
.. L. W. ClbertJ fhalr f r.a'! r .wU."i gird. glob
J Sunday School. 9 ajn. now; and recognises<< her; visitor '...,....... ih le..d_....... tmp.irM.*,.ee!""....+sninPMlla4 Umsr.___ ____ __
This,'is I happy Dar....... udI ....
'wele ,
Morning Worship 8:30: ; .ajn. = ."!. .hprpwd' ItI, .petsh.4 t -
: Mrs. Roberts was .en"I .Hr' .uUa.. Mrs.. 'a y3sAd ..
.w) I v 0" rally I Inhered In ail satoenob) 'ptetIIttit44/er't t. Mr." .' *rM'
accident In" November and hM. .t r./M: jth.pbr.m"haltla. ,orl
SEE OR CALL- Mr) AAdy. Tartor. Thfy'cportMS .
t' .. 46beMtr. .aMap'
i JOE LEFEBVRE improved Mrs. Jewel rapidly.Gill heW a :ffanHlly 1ita1! : tt*1"Had" 1* 'sly., W.bM""u> 'ft/. :,and' r' 1 '

day. cbool"> be tale da, ,,..,. seve.pe.tb.b
dinner- for tht AlUn. Roberts )Qu; &G4I.'irktU'" ,'tJedeiyis ', '. .
.. ELECTRIC family in her' home Sun o.a'f''",:huge ..-a. oun" *.p.{ #- es '_
day.t win In the respect itt kaIn I Daapv Ch5M7.i.peMJ.lp.tmg ,
Wrsur hp* everyone ,
i1 Vanrw & ''in th WUBJ :/tat .
her brother-in-law Mr. program f
I trppy. tl w ,tYe.ry V WwlU.
a 7. .
3 SERVICE Van D,.. It was his birth h e., .,....f :'year! .. Ieeo7 Qki.thObee..d 1lendryC.u.Ued a D '
day. which pno we do net n.-CDW\JI': Mrs. I 9
know. Present also was Alum '-1, 'American' fanners M4uy'a P. *tee. dtvtdeu per ,
,r COMPANY anti girl" frt.e d. Miss Lateens .oW.In $7lI.Wiest't..rth' .fgoods. Uni. .w w--d- .tbiteCas esied.butted. ; a
Sawtrwold. Others presentw. .According' to in* (J. S. manuin.ae.> fri... at.
O* ANYTHING ..' Ur. VJ Djrkea wile' l>rpArt tleelrle.lat
5 t. W. Masnelt Money <.na Linda ad Sherry1 rtdt -w2StMn .to 6prDdllC'e Itaas. &Ad 1* 4 pen of,th* Din *-I

also Walter Van Dyke,wife and...clues!.eaodh /+.... ,.. i. i] l....: t"'Jf .atbei.t. .;..

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X ; ARCAD t AN. Are.d1a. Flarids: Thal3dsq. dniia:>ty 9, 1964

:; SL Lout., Mor,. where be work-
; ;; .. ,1PREMIUM: : LIST Doyle D. Gqrper; edTforabou"}: !, } three y_... He

;\ (. .,.. ." How To Judge Rug then accepted a position in
t j "tr{ECEPXH ANNUAL : Family ReturnMr. Huntsville Ala, where he
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.. ." Is employed" at the Arsenal..
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'j' .4 "" ., and M... Doyle Daniel He is married to the former
\ :t DESOTO COUNTY FAIR and LIVESTOCK EXPOSITION And Garner and small children of Elizabeth Anne Riker of Ne""r'" l

: 4i< Carpet Quality HuntcvUIev!\ Ala., spent the Jersey, whom he met wbilebi.\
::1f : : QANUXRY' 14'Through;' JANUARY 18, 1964 ,w I-\\ .y Christmas holidays with Mr. stationed. there. .

.. .' Garner's parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Garner bas time from his'Job
1."':, '. I.: ". 'ARCADIA. DESOTO COUNTY FLORIDA .' MRS. POSTELLE: DAWSEY Creslan and Zefran) ore moderately Kirby Garner in Nocatce.: to work on his Masters de8I'ee. -.
: ) strong and have good He enjoys his work very
HO Doyle graduated from Hern- "
; .. : resilience (ability to springbuck much but found it very joyful|
ando High School In Brooks-
:4 ? Rules and tie gulaf ions J : after being crushed). Waterborne ville where he was awardedthe to be here with his family for
Quality In rugs and carpets stains are easily re-
an old-fashioned family Catherine -
Trophy for being the most
GENERAL. LIVESTOCK RULE". 3. Heifer Calf, under I year; Female between I ."-I depends on the constructionand moved but not oily stains. outstanding athlete of the Sen- during the holidays. ..
year and 18 months. R t the quality and fiber of the These fibers burn from a spark.
U ivestock, must b by health cerancfrtr ior Class. He entered the Uni-
panied't' 8. Female between 18 months.nd..3 ,,:', ;
Viral similar
thecr yeerawar yarn. The modacrylic ( ) Is -
ttt' cabh meet jet 'forth by 7. !ern sob 2 years and older. versity of Florida In the fall
the State of Florida exhibition) of livestock, Grand Champion Bull. Rosette plus;. $20OO.ta> '''. The density or closeness: ef to the acrylics but Is.more after graduation and studied Retailers know that newspapers

Entries: clues Friday.;January' 3rd,12.-OQ jiooo..Later Grand Champlen' ".,, ..., Resette plus' t2O..OG" I. the pile Is the best single guide heat' sensitive and not so flam Aeranautical Engineering for reach more,. read -.U>-:
entries wUI not be accepted Reserve Cham .. to durability: In carpets. Pile. mable.
AOaly p Den Ma''le. R o plusfttfrOO five years. While a Junior at in their markets *
I buy prospects
I r .. blue ribbon animals (In the- Youth Division Reserve Champion "Female' Rosette plus "e.oG height Is less important than Acetate has low abrasion re- the
will' be clewed In the .Open Show. There will i be no ... .. I ,at density as a c'Je to durability sistance moderate: resilience award the University.for highest Doyle honors won in Their newspaper ads are ae d'I'

f Adult Grand:Steer and ;serve Champions will not be selected Open Show, Beef Cattle. ': although a' deep pile may" givea and food resistance to soiL Often his class.! Upon graduating and by more people Includln;

; In cane of only one entry. ADULT DIVISIONyt' luxurious appearance. High called a party fiber', ace- receiving/ his BANK (Bachelor teen-agers. According ,to Gilbert -.,
Animal will be Judged: in only one class except for Adult end Open Show; Classes 'sumacs... Youth Di- I pile on closely woven carpet tate Is not r recommended for of Aeronautical. Engineering) Youth Research 94% of

Championship or special awards. vision. No money awarded for ribbons or Grand and however, indicates excellent heavy traffic. degree he accepted a position them are regular newspaper
t f Exhibitor auumea all liability in case of Injury Reserve Champion Awards will, be paid -ecUy -far I quality. If the pile la. high but Cotton wears moderately well with McDonnell Company in readers. ..
'or death of animals. placing within the classes, follows ...1) "wt '
as : + the tufts are far apart, you I
;-], livestock must remain at the fair from lOkOO: ..m., set Place ....... ........ n i-.i--,.-te.tf.. will walk on th side rather and soils tb'J'a quickly;; The nile I
',Tuesday, until 3OO: p.m. on Saturday.Owner 24 a>lae* .:: S12.6O: crushes witha ;
Is responsible for feeding:, care management : 3rd Place ._._.-..?..,.,,-MiS1..oO, than the end of the pile and vacuum cleaner.
and cleanliness of both entry and stall while Grand Champion Bull, ResetteOrand this' practice decreases service Nylon" Is long wearing If
at.the Tatar. Champion' Female' Resette life of the carpet. well constructed of fiber designed -
Cattle roust' be halter broken to be eligible for Reserve Champlen. Basle Resette Whether a rug has loop or for carpet. t is moderately .
Judging:. ad'awards.. Reserve Champion' Female Reeette cut. >pile does not affect itsdurability.
;[(!exhibitor will be awarded prizes on more than crush-resistant and
a.,.animals in one class.Owner Cattle Show ;V The type of pile }Ja spot resistance to water-borne
Dairy 'H
must furnish feed feed buckets, and water > more a matter of preference swain Oily stains are difficultto
II containers. Fair will furnish first bedding. Same rules as Beef Show. .Classes to be set up by and appearance: than a matter remove and it melts from
Animals must be worthy of the breed they represent LIVESTOCK COMMITTEE. of life expectation. a spark. It does not however
and subject to the of the LIVESTOCK Is
are acceptance Another feature to check attract Insects. Filament -
I COMMITTEE. If only one animal Is in acus Cups To B. Awarded the backing. Regardless of the usually
*- jt'-will be Judged on Its merits and awardedby yarns are more resistantto
the'Danish System. Cup awarded by Arcadia& Klwanls Club, for best construction: process, the backing piling sheddns and crushIng -
I Animal exhibited by 4-H members this cup to be held should be strong, firm and less
The. decision: of the judges wilj be. final. : and tend to show soil
for one year with winner's name tnKrtbect.I closely woven. A mesh-like 6r than

I Youth Steer Show animal Cup 1 awarded exhibited by by Arcadia PTA members!Rotary, this bc.1rto"b: solid-woven attached to material the backing may be to Olefin staple(polypropylene yarns. ) Is one LUGGAGEtritaper -

(Open Only' to 4-H and FFA Members) held for one year with winn...'. nameinrlbeV of the new fibers. It offers
I Steers will be placed In das ar'clasaos according: Cup for best animal bred and born In DeSoto Com. prevent stretching. Latex coat- promise because it has a price
i to the judgment of the LIVESTOCK COMMITTEE.: ty donated by Mr. Henry L nleq< this cup becomes Ings on backings anchor yarns advantage and ''s almost) equalto '
}Prize will be awarded according to ribbons awarded. the permanent property of winner, when cup la wen and give body to carpet. nylon In abrasion resistance.It series inmen's
i A ,Grand Champion and Reserve) Charapion steer three times by same individual. H".es 'The average person cannot
I "will be selected. Rosettes will be awarded.arena Cup for best animal in Show .donated by Pegoto easily judge the quality of resists dry Water-borne women's styles '
Chantelen' .-... 126X0 County Cattlemen's Association.& carpet fiber. The best safeguardis stains should come: off easily :

1 Reserve Champion' ..,....?__.,,..*....... .".GO Cup for best fitted animal In Showj dons 14by< to buy from reliable dealers but oily stains might be diffi- FOR WOMEN in blue '
DeSoto Feed Mill. who cult. It melts from a spark. ,
Livestock Record Books Cup for Youth Herdsman Award. '4-1I laadUTFA' : handle merchandise' from Rayon Is less springy than or white '
donated by the Kwlk Chek Store .of Arcadia. Rules reputable manufacturers. wool resists. soil better than i x'
4-11 and PTA members only (Division for each organization ..me.. past years. ." i Ax Fibers determine such qualities '
). Hooka must be turned in by 1:00 p.m.. George Wafts. Cup for the best Ahcus In Baow as soil-resistance, crush- cotton and gives good service sale reg. .
Tuesday January 14th. donated by" DeSoto County Fair Association. .RoatRecord resistance. durability cleanabnity. U the pile is compact: and made
book will be Judged on. the following{ points big Cup. winner's name Inscribed; '..- /.ate color-fastness, resistanceto for carpet., 17.95 24.95 train case -
; '.0; '. I. Detailed depth -, .'
fuzzing resistance. to combustion Wool la durable springy", resilient
'.: :: Neatness Special Awards and Insect infestation. and warm. It resists 12.95 18.95 hat box
.t 4. AftUraq' A cup will be awarded each of the following who :Here Is a guide to some of soil and Is easy to clean. Some .
',Pblua will be given to LIt and 2nd place winner will be selected: as the outstanding member of that the properties of the fibers wool 1* mothproofed. 14.50 21.95 "little lady" case

,: '. organization in DeSoto County. This cup. will fee held commonly used In carpets and '
: 8 f..Cattlf Youth' Show for one year with winner's name Inscribed Taey'wUlbe rugs: -- --- 17.95 24.95 "little lady" fitted
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r'i it.< : selected' the with
by groups working tho.ercaa- '4 he acrylics (Acrlla. The U.S. government first
Open to '.11 and PTA members. Izatlon. Orion. minted five cent pieces In 1749. 17.95 24.95 juno hat and shoe
See teneral livestock rules for qualifications. Cattle OUTSTANDING 4-H GIRL. ?.._._Mrs. Kate Wallea Today Americana
musk be purebred.V. .OUTSTANDING 4-H DOY.._.. DeSoto National .Dankq spend the
'4 : Blue.Havana. .. ... ... .. .... ........ ..... $,..co OUTSTANDING GIRL SCOUT equivalent of 68.0OO.OOO five 17.95 24.95 21" weekend case
a., Red ..b...* .....,...."1:' .?...... .. .. ....... .......... .12.&Oft. Mrs..'T. C. cent pieces a day for their
.' Y4""'lbtlbb.s ... ... .- .. ..................-.r.... ..fttOAOl OUTSTANDING BOY SCOUT..Mr. Harley Watson Q'T"' "p V newspapers.RADIATOR. 20.95 29.95 24" pullman case _
:, l 1.. dull calf under 1 y.ar.t over Biootha OUTSTANDING PTA BOY..Mrs. Caroline Camatoetl 'J"---\ _
3r. Bull Calf between'"1 year and II months OUTSTANDING FHA. OIRL....Electrtc ServloeOw 27.95 39.95 27" pullman case
,: a. null Calf between 1ft months and. :2 years.,. These awards.. to be made on Saturday night* Janwary -KJW UIWHWALTER
.. t. gull Call. 3 years and older ". 15th. '
34.95 49.95 30" case
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t. O. .T. H.N. For MEN in silver dusk or brown
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; .Jt. ?, .. Walter D. Stephens of Cleveland .
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,\ ,7-W.............: ..-. 4 r "hr' Fla.. son of the late Dr. sale reg.
I', ,, and. Mrs. Jam** O. Stephens. '.
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t .,.at.e.k.w.' ,.,.. i.; !.;.' 1i If << )" ,, 'j :1 died Friday night In St. Joseph's REPAIRINGGUARANTEED 17.95 24.95 21 weekend case .
v t A fOO'" Hospital In Port Char-
p:1C3: lotte after a short Illness.
'" very 24.50 40.95 one suiter .
: Mr. Stephens was born In I

.. .' r PKEMIUJM., LIST.. ants 104;and came homasteaded to Florida In In 112 the WORK 29.95 42.95 two suiter ,.;; '

) : RitUs R "tl..s by covered wagon with his parents I ,* .'.
: .... .< and homeseadted In the 3O.95 44.95 three suiter ?

:' .\. : POULTRY"" .Po&hoId.ra. ,-..-...-----,, Barfnont Sparkman section Pick Up and Delivery Prices plus federal tax
"l 4.; Braided or Hooked Rugs -, -- ."iii"if:.' .- :'r '; which at that time was still
All poultry entriea must qualify according to the B. Tatted Articles ... ._.___.._ '... ,..; part of DeSoto County. He MEYERRADJATOR
following' elaeae and shoed be free of diseases and 5. Any article at I'IWI'IIIOt listed._ w "j :,. was. a Methodist and a member
parasite Bach class will be coasldered one entry 4
.and will receive one ribbon. Limit of ft entries. Class 1. .-C rafts ... ._.. .. .. ..V"-. or tile American Legion World SERVICE Miss Gertrude's Inc.
-" -- Waa Veteran and
r exhibitor, S. Pine N & Work ... ..........__... Ie .. .. at the time .
'la.slIlroilers. _...?....._...-.-.-... ............ 3 biros 3.. Shell Wnrk__ .. .. ............_ .. .. .. of his death employed by General PHONE WA9.1 341
..... gullets" ...*.-................_.-*_................ 1 bird 4, Textile ....__._ r rw .... .. Development Corporationt 2 West Oak.
i-iCock -.I, .. ..-..............__ _. 1 birdrv.4.Hen ft. Ceramics ._.. .._...._. r 'r. -." Port Charlotte. oak 1 Sleek"Id,.N.rtlt .f WA 8-5491 Arcadia
? 1 bird werk.t .. .. .. ,wvI Mr. Cemetery -
8. Metal u.T. .... : : Stephens' wife preceded -
t I ] ** ft pC :fftial: 'hen* .rMr'f'cockerel i or two : Any article a of men i not listed... w' him la death In 1M2. Survivors -, -. -

i 'Vi Clasa' Fr.Can.lnefait.. and Vegetable' "" Include children. Mrs.
.CJais 'will, be arranged by rommlttee. Ribbons

t 'awariMxtwUI have, the following value: I. Huckleberries Blackberries..: Dewberries.,..-...... +..,and.. r .. .. ... BetbCbn.t.. Arcadia; Mrs. Thus New Year With C.t.. .
. Blue Ribbon V;,, ,.... ,._ _MM M.OO 1st piece !. StrawberriesString ._. ....... ., ... Ruth Allen. Cleveland; James
.w + + M M
I ndMjbbona ___ ... **..DO :3 *d Place Stephen. Charlotte harbor
r- "'* 3. IleanaTntnaloea. ... ._._._._ .I.-.I.I : And Portable
'. I White Ribbons. ,';"_-. ftl.&O 3rd Place 4. ... -..... .r rt( .. ... Mrs.Agnes William.Tltusvtlle! ;
, CHo' I' bAr shall be1' moved tress the ahow. per, Ftekt Peace ?.. ...-.-...-----............J....... ._ .. Walter IX Stephens. Jr. Fort 3 MAJOR IMPROVEMENTSStart
+t44.-10 f.M. Saturday. January 19th. Feed and ft.a.. Bauer Kraut -.......--..- .. .. .. .. .. Myers; Mr*. Wealth Van Black and P
'W"'Clr.b&I1' t>e furnUhail by exKUbttor.COMPrriTIVE 7, Corn ....... .......-. ..-..--........-..... r r .. Dandy Punta Cords; BertonStephens.
.t(.. .. EXHIBITS ft Poor .............__. ... .. ... _... Ie .:: San Francisco: California White!
w+7 '' trteIa.lft Competitive. Kahlb ta are open to all S.to. Guavaa ... ... -.. : : k ; 23 grandchildren and 1 AOMII1AI.
wafers Pineapple :::. : {1.1..ute. 1I 1\\

I rf -. In this dspartmeat' shay be made on II. H..ts< ._ -. r -: ...::. J great grandchild.
........rd.)', January llth. from IJJO to 4cOO P.M. and 13. ',,,,,," other canned produeof y Funeral service: were conducted -
t ft.Muoday, January 13th. from 3OO: to B.-OO: PJ4. tweeltaftlcla .. _" -- ....?.....-........-. Tuesday from McLeod COLOR TV
must be delivered to the Fairgrounds.. ClaeiCli O<-Jam* and Marmalade' :: Funeral Home U* Charlotte
I J 3.;;: 0nI r 'article, listed In this premium. list will I. Blackberry or Dewberry.............. : : *. : J Harbor with burial .In Memorial YOUR BEST COLOR TV BUY''
ik' .w'' acrsed for competition with& ribbon .1..... '. 3, IMrawberry .-_..- Garden at, Port Charlotte.LIZZIK .
4.. & t ... may not be removed before I.M 3. CtUue Fruit Mannal.d...._*-... .., 6t-, .. .
WI J-., ;_.. \ January Iftlkw BUhlbltors* most t. Any other Jaaa or Marmalade. : \ .1\
raooaUjr-_'& .tt the removal et .*. ( uu.-.:.... H.-. .",.. c "' .. ;, -r.. Mlt.. PROCTOR
b 'C..NP entry be judged twice.. I. Guava .w.-r...-..-_--.- '. t.i It Funeral service were held
sV" 'AM entries' kaust'be elean. and. la'.?ood.o4iL. Dewberry ... ....... .._._._.---:.;. .. r..f 'q"..1. Wednesday.January e. for Mrs. CIIIA'E"
lion a..ens4e aod work of. the .."''bltor. 3. Iilackberry ...... .._--- .. .. .. X4ie Proctor who died' Janu- DCPCNOABILITTI'
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.. '. All oatsta must have been made within the past 4. PlumStrawberry ... .. a ry ftth at her a urn* In NorateeJ. ? 2B.OOO VOLTS
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1 SriIn ft.a Mrs. Proctor was bore
r classes where there Is no competition, rib Any outer Jelly nwl mentioned PICTURE
.bon. will be awarded. at the discretion of UK* )udges.V Claw -P...._.. .. a .'.,1t..... *oil't August 3*. Iftft In Irwin n.. COIOMCT moo s.rifloif POWER I
s. 'No two entries, in f Individual.' .. : t. Blackberry -__ ._ ....... .. .. ....+. a resident of Norateo- for the 2T* P. aU.. TV aiw .aa+ra seta
.r ,1O. ..144 entry will be accepted In Utl* department 3, Watermelon 1UncI..> ".-. I past forty'years.ervtcea'' McnAN wsto'thl
I '1'bIt..a.r} club: ur organUation. The eotrtoa must be 4,' Any Ptseerves not snentkmed. .. w w .. I .. were held at 3 pun.with --.$ease Mt w 4 .._.s4 CHAu.s

'I! of'Individuals.' : & ,... J.-PIek1.. act RslkMie* the R_. O'Neal .Hughe. Pig aereeo portable TV with) 4" CA1it1ses .
11. AU aaiv. products ajMat bo.la standard Jars; \4n4.quarts. '1. Cueuraoer Ptckle ..AGreen .a r r w trMf. .. pus rte .L .sees f t e # r P
'aM. .* .... OX D. Price of the :33.OOQ.volt or* -pow.end. ....... .. -
.. pbtta..Piay& I. Tnraato Pk".j.ja '. mrlax erafUMl .!...ia."Soper _.....
"...... Church of God offici >o av
let. ruse ee4
3.: Itread and Mrtle.r.r.r .
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." y. =1 -I.t" .tr..w WMh... 4. Will-Pickle' -*.,- ..L.-.w..,, -. ; ...,,- atinglAteraae4 was la Oak Itpao turret tnaeepineat ....
t"'l... "k' ,I .'t', .. .net... .save.. w o .. Any......... Pickle W.RdMR.. ._ w. M. wl KM*. Cwtt.4.ry. wish lee Wot* **] lessees
,I .... Survivors Two brighter Brtur..& -.l...."-.
1tf. vaaaa..a. Buffet A.-Eralarele..y or Vanity Set. _....._.. .. r Rules and Refutation I for DeSoto CotiitrfDreeft ;; Mrs. L. r are McCall and daughters Mrs.- ...Moa. Ntik,26'w. 13e.1II0llt COLO: NATURAL I -

I., I 4e*; ,Cnt.rpUcs over 20".... ._.._._-. .. Revue H. gJhaaow Nocolee; step d. T3te.-Htsek. TJietBrovo -
L: ..a'CterpA.nder JODrraaer *.......?_._,. .". 1. this] Dress Club aad HomemakUvg girls. may children. Atvtn. William and .T3 1*4-B...**o owtaLAvaitaMe l2\
.. k.rtable ener Starting at
runner R.",..".
Noeatee and
l"j ''a. .. Luncheon Cloth .." __-..___ 3. KaMbitors cannot eompeW agalaat u.-ea.-- Coorgo Prdar with" AII..I Foil -i
j ":. S. Pillow Case ..,-, ---. .-. that U only one entry" be mad by an IndivMuaL wuanecIer..o.ar.- ......** sw..a!- Me ...-.rw ,.., AI MIUt 449.95Donaldson
, -. 6rae Revue will be held. Jaooary Jft.. lt... Eta, and eight graodcMktren. .e1e I..
.. .. TU1llrMa ... ..__ r at tt e Falrgrvuoda.. and ....> gre.t.t .ndrtMM; cansea' z*
l ,.w t .e-c..eaM1 ." 4. All entrie must be checked kato the bens two bretfcara. Jot CUaaiols .Tens TV Set OaTsea wan. a-aifM4 Tre4e

i' .....:\ ,A,r *n ? _-_ : : : DemonsUaUoa alike oar Homo. Keononuic* Deoart* gait Oattte. Fla, and Art!. IV Set Caale. .str Off 1 Ta.lser1Dp1trios,
... ... f Bootes. and Jacket. __ aneajt on or before. January .. Ift. ***. Oaaneota. ftflouttrte. Oat f) ostoters. le..a e... a..ass ,seer ..e,......
a. $,,.q I..' .' ...- -.. .PI"C'....... wttt a* somred Ion }wdgt.Mf g......... Mr*. won MealejrFltsgeraM. *QiHiiOinih LUlVt"Tu" ... Ar war user. pr. --....
r .... -'eeea .---. w .. Oaranents will be }oO..d 4* wives, foe ataaatttrc5. Ca- Mrs. AAertaOotf. .Jl4.r4...J f......ls.sls ..... ..... ........
, 'to ,5ce.rf: ..- Heel and on the .MadtvMwal U.. a4 M e4Vmt 'tb.' ; '-'" ei...es .. seer
r 5.. Cloth --. _____. R r asbvtUw. Ca. Mr. Starting at nlaa,.p.w......
r i I F. "Te ........dart ....-- Prv- -.. ftl.eo: B eeeeY4 ill.wtbr. U-eiII; Mama Doadtror. M..i.. Fl4 InfW aths' acwr t
, flaw It -
j" ''Tabtodotfc. .' .._._ Third 1'c.cnlue./ID.. Mrs. Laos I wtb. Loaaaa.Oa ..
.Any, artirU of asent eel 1i.td... .;:.. CXaea I: Hkirta and Bloueag'- (a) Age I.It; C b* and HaMe .-.-.... Fea*f 239.'S ::
f.: c-K.ft ... Ag I3-I4' : le' AgM '''I'. ..... ,
j12Lka. _. ... .__ .J'. ,. CUM i f3aar.it.ry .
: arfceol Oreaaee (a) Ages Je-13; (a) palUxarirs wenT.ew
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1Mcb...... .. ._ w I WRIIh_ TtAK -
-.r' Ape 'tSO: (c> A... t.-ift .."' '-" Rojr Suggs, wears a* rstai .
3. Sweater __ .
Ctass S;: Rest Dew (a) Age 14-lft.
.. Jhtvunv. Murphy T.ajtoai'SowCL w sactseat
4. Centerpiece _. .... M : gps Cla a Tadeeed Quaamis ..... or Coats (a) "
ft, artteto a. -.en. Wills Se ltlk and foal -
Any .-- .. ..:: .1.. .
41\\ ..... O-* o.***wI. ... .-iiL ...., .. eftep 0aiaMe- Ml t4ssb. ... ____ McCaa. A tlvo aoimsarirs: L.
j Apeoa '--:........ ..,r. : "" ,. .. -.... 41 Ape I41B.Ctaa T. J** **aL. Jla.v IX .f.....n_ Ratio I

i L .Qdt _. ; --- .._- -.. -_.. w.. S; Fersaal Oresiis (a) Age 14-i$. calm.'r .McCalL. C orgs' W. and TV
' .w.r eef to. harw., Owed MrCaJ:: and
''t .' '. "to $ 7. .,. l4tassaa.ewrP. 11 Eoftt Oott?Street ,In He K**|
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TllK JVRCADTAN. Arcadia Florida Thursday. January 9. 1964, ,.7tf '
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kins and Harry Ladd rolled Arcadia Music 33 31

Very nice tier!**.tor MhMteton. Aflencs Radio Solo 33enbeam Dun & Bradstreet Mails 162 Statement Requests '

; Bowling' News Ray had a SOXfJT.: and Harry liread 30 34 Mt-.1d1- - qI al _nuN.IaH. auUi a* !beauty ajtiohnps b.rr
%r&S64, Cocq Cal....M ,aun.. : ,tu .National :1a 35 TtiZby; t"ldwh1fti? M "'
++ trf t Ol1\ of me l5r"haM nfl\.iij .. ;atiW. reIul..rs. security dealers ,ap'drcul
1i is
'ri i + Channel InswUh* EbbyDyallirinc fns. ot Dun Bradstreet fnc. announced who seek or grant estate brokers.. TTnerefjjre.the .
Smith X-Cel split 2-2 with threw a 208-519 aeries to lead Mike, Poose wa Hich 'foc.hl.e: : !,be. Arcadian 23 oil were mailed to 1C2 talnesses_ not include sorni of lin y.- -vitc in the Unlled,' 'State* .wtno red
lie M
the" DeSote Bank team with The Arcadian team to a 3-1 Bowl Land split 2-2 with team with, 442 Da&rto' National ki' figures In DcSoto are County obtained front a and profes.UUfW': I. .,Inc .s*'s higher than the three. motion
larsden Wallis setting th. won 3-1 over Anene's TV. fl''' LADIES LEAGUEIn _.
with a 214-593 series, win over Channel Ins. GeorgeO Barlow., The Arcadia boys shot Weldon Williams ;had '2oZ-& T physical count of the Dun fcUradjtrrct .-
real well with all of tnem in the Ladies Monday Night Reference liook for I
Palmer lahad high series with
rge had a 2105O.3UI 482. and Hugh rtandora '2Q for
the :500' Bill MeAnly toppedthe Ho1 :ing 1.d6 oto Na- January. 1964Mr !
Norton fired a big 222; while Lester hatches R C Taylor rolled
the Bank. :
: came up list with 227-585. R. c. thm JQwun Jour point: lUldwin.. noted that each .r fdt :
amq tQ total OI.t11 and Bob with a big 217 middle came Taylor 224-576. Tummy Anderson a. big 22O game and a. 53S series .Irani Anatlta\ Dnm. lor the January business concerns In {tu
206-521 Welders Wil-
elmer a alone with Al Ldwards: XI1- ,
iarM had a 213547 series for Nice going Lester. Whidden Co. 224-565.: Marsden Wallls 530. Smith X-Cel ,worn points .1WJk Mary Andersen'" bowled all part ot the United States

e.Sank team alone with won 3-1 over Ahenes Radio 548 and Dick Donaldson 237- front Arcadia luau and Fuim.wita 'I\i&h game of 113 and series.tot are uakvd by Dun & Uradtreet
& 543 The team games were '&33. For! Arcadia: Drug. Vlr for copied of their flnMnclaltatemvnU TAX COMPUTING
saver Hipp 507 Ebby Dyal TV witn oene Meyer rollIng George Palmer' se.ftn the
943-983-892 for a 2817 scratch: Kim* AlbriUon bowUit high This requestsare
; year
eel Coca Cola to a 4-O SO7 for his series. 2O9 55O.: Ken .Johnson -
sweepaver with.
Sunbeam total nice going, fellows. The pace < . Bread with Arcadia Music.
a Team Standings Won Lost Travel League is scheduled to. had 484 tar: ,Barnard Bultk won fQUiipoiuts r .buln.4M cnnvvrns.U -
213-582 series. Dick i Donaldson The Arcadian,, trant wan 3-1 >
Coca Cola Naval
52 is roll again Jan. 19 at Lake frovn' Gulf Store the corner grocery store
followed with 554. Bob llouk Smith X-Cel 40 Dvtt'htd\ en Co. with. Billy\ Oral ,
28 Wale I\NT lUrniir\l. Annvtta wot"tJII Jew thousand dolara SEE US FOR
540. and Tommy Anderson 532. nU\Xk shuotinjt a bale| 204 ,
Middleton and >
Candy 37 H 30)4 kbuwlcd high came uf 1311 a* well ,as 10 businesses worth
McAnly bad 332 along with Arcadia Music 34 34 312 _rtGerut. Meyer' had '!Gcri Uranntut bowled high millions. Storage Files Storage Boxes'

rayn*, Sanborn 224-523 for Alien Radio fc TV 31% 38a MERCHANTS LEAGUE 31O- for :%1f ktden. .. *fi.* of 4J7. for Gulf Na a'Storia llttt Dun 4 llratiftrcct: nef r- Books Tax Forms
Middleton ,. Tax Record
abeam. Candy DeSoto Don Davis sparked his Sun- ,
Nat. Bank 31 37 Standings Won l;..st Peggy Murphy bow'let
3-1 over Arcadia Music Sunbeam Bread 30 38 beam Bread team to a 3-1 win Team Cola1 .". 48 16 'ih Furniture. Harry Ladd rolled Coca .
Channel Ins. 29 39 over Middleton Candy Co. witha Abu. U.
:V416. for Cut Cravat
31 and Jimmy Albritton 533.Brett The Whidden Co. 29 39 sizzling 633 series on game Smith' 3CCel'' 3* 2< 'f Biting Auto won three points C.score Taylor led .Juhauwn' with

Johnson had 448 for The Arcadian :26 42 of 204-194 and 233 Ray At- Middleton Co. 34%*. 29\4 from Western Auto Fur Uor- 535 Hand for ImmedIate Delivery
-- Auto Ituth OUt bowled I
(Continued from Poge 6-A) lpg high fame of 203 and aortaot Team Standings Won Lost ADDING MACHINES $ 58

304. For Western Auto., Peace River Moving 48 III Q'

PREMIUM LIST DIAnn Gonzales bowled high< Turner Realty 43 21 Manual and Electric'' Models j

game oC 177 and series of Johnaon's Grove Sen 38 ZII "

Rules and Regulations 488 Realty won foul Gull Palmers Naval Spreader' Shore 31 30 3:1 3": Arcadia Office Suppliers,

Ants Feed
Moorman's <
28:111CTC :
i Tropical Ext.
I ART EXHIBIT( .. Trt classes wherwe there is no competition ribbons ,Fee Turner. Melda Allen bowled aerleiof 2:1: 41 130 W. Oak St. WA 9-2441
i will be awarded at the discretion* : oC the huh game of 156 and UarflC'ld'' Shop 17 41
1. Entries In the An Exhibit are open to all lo- 8. Each individual may enter one painting or one 401( For Moorman'. Fred I ------- -- --- _- .. 1
cal artist" .
drawing YvtUe Pardce bowled high
tries in this department may be made 011 9. Art Association cannot be responsible for work .>game of 158 and Ins Laldij
Monday. January 13th. from :00-12:00: : A.M All .r- displayed. 401.
series of
bowled high
tie Ie. must be delivered to the Art Association '
Booth at the ralrarounds. Claws; .I Koch'* Drug wun four points
1 rd trrf
3. Only articles listed in this be _s from Miss Out rude'. with 1 .
will al! "" W..e < .
accepted JSr. competition. with rlbb nSTgven.oo / 1. Portrait ......____...._........... .. .. .. Darts Prtngle bowling hill I h if/frl'' ;. ;
4. articles) may not be removed before 2. Landscape. ..... ___....................... .. .. ... .tame of 141 and series of 390
{ .- PJd on Saturday. January 18th. Exhibitors must 3. Seascape ........__..?..................._... .. : bowled high Ram of 13JT: and (
personally attend to the removal of their articles: .4. Still Life ..?..._......_..........?........ .: for Koch's Drug Opal| Bishopseries '/ g j.
5. No entry will be judged twice. 5. Animal ...._......._.....,...... ._.. .....?. .. .. .. of 445 for MlM Gertrude's. .IM JM e (I
S. AU entries must be In good condition.: Each 6. Abstract .........?................. .......,...? .. w a/1
painting or drawing must be trained and equipped 7. Charcoals, pen and Ink, watercolors .,s ..1- 41
with a wire for hanalna. ............._....._.................._...... .. +, .. J.Tiam sUMMlinv now are a* .' ". t
follow: .

GENERAL RULES Barnard Buick 47 21 ; -.

Turner Realty 43 28 / .
1. No one will be allowed toad 'as Judg;? in a LIVESTOCK KXHIBITOn PASSES )Doting Auto 31 39 fjT .
department In which he or she has exhibit. 'UeSolo National flank 37 31Moorman '
In view of the fact that no entry fee Is required ..i .. .
2. No premium will be awarded when the exhibit for the Livestock Exposition and all entries& ale C.,",- a Feed :3d 3. IUU1Iay la' MOt\ .' '
will be issued Miss Gertrude 34 :34 _. QC..o 1101spittle.
cornvoting for prize money, no Free Passer .
is deemed unworthy -
though there be -
no other to Exhibitors of Livestock In place of entry fee*. a Western Auto 33: 35 _,.-.to ,. ;
petitors. In case of an exhibit without competition "maximum number of 4 (four) passes will be furnished Merits DI>J. 32 38 wr
said exhibit will be Judged solely on its merits. for $1.OO each to Exhibitors of Livestock by Arcadia Drug 22: 48 .
the Management. 17 $1 :,
Naval Store
3. A ribbon on an article or in a booth does not
week's schedule la M .
establish the fact that it is a prize winner since Next
SPECIAL. RULC follows: ,
the when ribbon the. display might was have arranged been placed through error 1. No entry fee for space rentals will be charged. doorman's Feed -".- During .,J. : ..

except for commercial exhibit, c.AutotVSoto t. .
4. Should any doubt arise as to the regularity of National tUtnkv*- .,
2. Exhibitor will be required to erect, decorateand .. t
an exhibit or any other )important matter which tho take full charge of a booth Ample time will be '..Mlss Gertrude .
Judges feel Incompetent to decide, they shall at allotted tomafcea editable display but no one should Arcadia Drug -v.- Gulf Naval1Veslern t

once repot t to the General Manager or his representative occupy more space than can be properly and attractively :- Clt'I '' > Autov*- Koch's: '
filled WEST 'INDIES /i :
on the Exposition Ground. Drugltarnard '
I I 3. All booths must beManager completed and turned over Uulckv' .- Turner...
5. All exhibitors are urged to consult th.-- to the ExptwiUun not later than : fleshy .
card under the h.adin.Spec'ial/ Rul..." so that they Monday unless given mesa permission i by the ,l.n. .
may select and arrange their exhibit to conform for. + SI39.5'
i ager a short delay Hooths may be emptied start INDUSTRIAL fuEAGUKlUrry
with these rules and secure as high a score ss poIIlna at 9.OO p.m. Saturday 7 "
sible since the Judges will be governed by these
rules when selecting prize winners. 4. 4-H. FFA. FHA. Boy and Girl Scouts exhibits Ladd tat Peace Illver
will be Judged Tuesday mornlnc. The doles will be Muting to a .-0 sweep overrVup'cat delith. -
6. Exhibitors are reminded that the Manager hasnothing given the exhibitors by the Chairman If)f the Awards .. 1.1.: with name ofi4 Per Yersal. y .
.to do with the ludcing. but win make *vryWfort Commute Before two -..:** the asyrtbtttltrl.I .t iTO and 3O2 for a 873 serta. -

I to secure Impartial Judges from outside DeSoto COMMERCIAL XbU01T.' flay White pitched. lit with DAYS IftClUBCS COMPUTE MCAftrAfTI AMSUatPIUiHtt !.

.County. V. .i : I. AH booth to be completed by i i 1J-OO: pjn Monday .
Winners for
Davis high
/ T. will be awarded Blue Ribbons tor January I3tn' : '-i to war ,. .' _
First." Ked Ribbons for Second and White Ribbons for : Tropical with a too110I.... ; ltI'; '
A. No booth: to be dismantled.until 11)0 p.m..a.t- ..
Third prize winners. .... ., .11 ..y....., .today January 18th. rank Krene sparked CTC to I)

I 8.: fey carefully followtnf) th1aI' rules. ex- 3. Decision of<< the udgea win be flnnl... a 2-2. put.,.. with frank the had Turner .. ., ,
fleshly .11. a C ,
hibitors wtl nave a higher score with a better chance .. 1
tded for
4. rrlMe an4/_ ribbons wilt beaw 1st. 01-331: In hte A7O series. Tu...-
of, winolng. 2nd and 3rd pUce.: ... s.., ,. 1 ;, CLUB "
a+y Anderson chine up with aSON HOTEL & COUNTRY
AWARDS aerie fur Turner lung'
: Nwaaway Vay Jam at*a,W.L I UMRs.lb.11.. .
1.t2nd 3rd with arm Cava* 210512 '1.Mer .....|
Two season passes will be issued to each Company. Commercial Exhibits. .'.ijauMt, "' flue Red White >Spreader aVrvicai won 4iMnte DMr 40.S Ieaei MesW.1Mf y,.. ..... .
.. c. .
Individual Commercial ExhibIt ,
Jlrm. Group and/or ; ., from ;4t4'f1e.ct.. Sliop on I .
t . COIIINO .. .... JACK HUG.N ctl..c ...
.. T. .
\ .. .. a. .. .felW Mandvn WaU had l itM :- ,
': 1.- ,t' C'.... .UI Knhlbtt. .. ....... __ II C.wte
Two season passe* win be- .Issued to each Community r .... all4 a 31* .atn Oenrgwklmer ", t.seesa ,
I 'I Exhibit, each School Exhibit each 4-iI, FFA.FILA. 1. Arrangement Z'. ;. :' ."IS\ 1X points '. rvl.tf steady u total y-' .., .1"MTa ..a.Nst. aas.t / f

Boy Scouts .and Girls Scouts .. jb1L ._. ... 2. EducalkutattVahrr' "'*.; ISO points U fW hi* .avrleav lluto ErSeksae : U.&A. tvur Me M. .f avatto**urns SIOO M. Oe.e>. ...... r... Y.atwa9w. !

'One*eason"pass shall'be laaued' :to each. BxtubiVir it of 3. Merehaiidlslrtg 4OO pnlnta l led Milt Naval Huw**. to .
Poultry and/or peta. '- 4. -Gss etal Appraranre 900,pnatta .3.1 ,w"0...... ron INFORMATION on nttcirvATioNS MC TOUN TMAVtv AotT.u.

.. .... Srrvk.a with ftol ....... 0....
for Or..t.- .
seam passes '
Whet* additional) any "CO
O OHITY tXHIfliTftxeneral Dye rolled a trtpllrsl l 1M,
Ifnentloned Exhibitors are needed same can be had game /"--rulrs" as the ComimrcUl' ExhAMts. 1-- __- _. -.-. _.-.- .---- -. -.----... .

from:,lbs Manager for $1.OO t ago with, a. Junil .of Smin \ IhHnls 1'R :
.f tour $4) ,to each Exhibit. ,1, .j. eueral'dtppearam' I .. .. ..-. _.. BOO tit I P IIAIUS: SUCCESS CARS OF 64 -

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:f IMtEMHIM LISTS _a' -,. J... ." I' l( +4 .

I Originality *M \
3. Educational Value 40O
I 1 1
I Twenty-five dollars will be paid each community 1
booth. Ribbons 1st. 2nd and 3rd.

Stale. Institutions tourists and youth orsjanlcaUnn swill .
be Judged on their merits. and will be awarded

.blue. ed or wrdla- ribbons plus 6100.0.Points

f. 1. .Arrsngemeat ... _. .. _,_ -..- .--. ISO PointsF : :/ -
-2; .* Variety .. .. 1M points -.

I;t v 3.,e.' .General ApD arance .. -._ .._. 3OO:4OO point pAlau r G )+ -= _. ... .. .'_. .. ': ?,2i4 rot I Ided I

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i 1. Each ..--.. bi the county win be allocated t .
.c. eduraUoaal.. ..
.. t10/0
I 'acnool ill deters Ira awn UMHI as .iruwrtk st. .
:: t V.
educational. values sad apportunitte* ia the comsehoal : 1 .. /341 fl. ,y .j I
; ft>>nl.m: be )uri e I aaadw .. the bai erg/ oncJnslity and wormmaftstUp a* j ..... .......
I wvU of snaleriala.a. '..'
a* use 'es' ..tiitiltt
.. Poster cootMt will ... Judg..l is two divtsaww
I (|| Cudee through T and ((2) Grades 8 through 12. _ ...c-... --" ,1 1 &. ))
4.. TtTrh dlvtoion* of poster conteet wOl awaraed ..... tyM iii a '" Mv10sM Ilc IIA* I53abq ....
... ........ .tMrd and faurtn ...e.a i ,.., JI\\ ,
3.Jtdges for extelotts sid poster wtB be snaoe Dp r 6 ">fhr/f.atlllgtlh.

.1 a grow aSher taaa shot. petsoastet. a*,appointed I :.-t- C4 %I..... \ $2.74I":: p* 4M..
by the fair offtriala. ,
C Orcaniaattons within tha scteoala tlwt are sjot ..

I a.....mss art aa of separate the acodemte. jpacee orograsa a* ..*W,1.t1 wU M| exMott.r tit .gait laW
fi ..... ;;':''''' ''W *-''f.11IU Dedtt 3rD t.a esot a 19(4 o4f1I'mt....door N'ha. *ad sit ====:=.==:-_ ------

t Md1R. A 1M.Md/JMf/Ma. Oratatlar w,. C.M IrPicfN1M x'104 tAMlt'' *-14. = .=-=:.:..

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TIMEr .. ... tot .9Vtfp,| B $W% aid m 111M +..i. inn1. DaOk.. .iW. ., CMIINW deti 0! A,, .

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Phone Number: Arc8 II. __sic ... ......a taaJet at.>w) h..ce sells .... .... Pvlc..44. 34.s, ksrdlog eM- -

Was Omitted -- .. W... 0.1. if0I'HL nws* .vs LAO ...... Ti's uA'imTie _____

'In' the Telephone i ..L_ _J..... J .& 'J ta M Oat tartfem is tt. M-t. s'3. ..7 M OSDan4+1A.11' Mews IN1 ug. .'nee tee Miara._, _. _
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I Directory .. .. BORING AUTO COMPANY "t.
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Save This rasa .. ARCADIA' WA$
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For: Future 33 Wi.t Sak Sa. IW WA 1-7211 '
Reference I Ma .1K ... MGP: ... .* assora Nuts GMI UKUM./ArtM- rt'.

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TIlE ARCADIAN. Arcadia, Florida Thursday( January 9. 1964 ..

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Conservation .Signup O c timer" ........ -UI''f; 'Motorcade Chooses 11

I 1.- (Continued from page I-A)

a past Grand Chancelor of .

Deadline January 15 re Florida Domain of Pythias a .
district deputy Grand Master Olds Best For 64
in Odd Fellows and wa. president -
J C. Ilalrd local ASCS participate In the 1934 Agricultural -
ctunty office manager reminded e r of South Florida Organl- LANSING (Special) Olds- cubic Inch Rocket engine and
Conserve""3 Pro-
area farmers and ranchers gram. z&Uoa of Icbekatu and Odd mobile has been selected by Hydra Matic .nanuulonl
today that .)an. IS, 1964 Is the The sign-up period began on Fellows. the editor of MOTORCADE their response to driver corns.
deadline for signing up during Dec.: 1 and since that date 10Z. 1. Not long ago he was awarded Magazine a* "The Best Car of mand .Is instantaneous and exceptionally *
the Initial sign-up period to smooth jo(
and ranchers in the
farmers a 50-year certificate asa JUt", Arcadia Motor Company "In addition b thee moo,
hove submitted requests -
county the a member of the Kappa Alpha Is the local Oldsmobile dels." he said "Oldsmobile Introduced -
to participate
on 1 1 '
his! a new Jetstar 8:
-rattmity. Oratory was (
1904 ACP. nder the program
Bright and Prosperous making the publication'afirst series and Jetstac
sport model.
participating farmers and favorite study and he was on
: 5 .f such annual award Don
I. for 1964. These model wilt
ranchers will receive co s t- u. his to finals In the South-
(Continued from page 1-A) way Werner, publisher of MOTORCADE undoubtedly; fill the needs of
chare assistance for Installing eastern Contest when he was said: "After thorcMgh: drivers. '
Tha Negro community: gymna- needed soil and water conservation .taaaas,,. many
laid low by typhoid fever. testing and comparing: y. the With these new'modeb..**:
torium a city-county munici- I heir land.
practices on
1 y His hobby In the past was many outstanding east of the he concluded "OldsmobUe'
pal recreation' FrUzell-McCrydc.center. Is now All practices f1)u.f, : carried, hunting and fishing[ though heis current model year, the 'entireline 64 line Is largest In its hi*..
certainty. accordance with
a out in specifications -
so L'.sy he seldom gets a of Oldamobiles emerged
tory. and betttr tha never be '

a firm of architects in Fort based-on'rthV latest
thence: : to go anymore and with "consistently high marks fore."
Myers have been retained to windings In agricultural re-
ha says the came has given posting an overall hlh average In accepting the MOTORCADE
draw up plans and specifications search. The farmers and ranchers
way to civilization: and can tell ,, that set them apart as editorial award and*
and contracts will be let themselves must bear the
you of shooting* game Inside superior motor car*. ;
specially-designed trophy. J. IX
which should get the new gym major portion of the expenses TWO INJURED IN WRECK: A Saturday. Hospitalized were Howard tha: present city limits. "In all categories of engineering Wolfram general manager of-
built/fay July. ,A toning board with the cost-share
Involved taxicab driver and semi-trailer and An enthusiastic student of and design features"
electrical and board leas a Pattlshaw of Arcadia Carl Cross-' Oldsmobile and a vice press.
!and a'ta 'finalizatlon commit- than assistance 50 percent amounting of the to actual driver were injured in this two vehicle ley of Lakeland. (Sunniland Studios DeSoto County history Mr. he continued. "Oldsmobileproved dent of General Motors told
tee have been named and authorized costs of installing the needed smashup on Highway 17 north Photo) Jones Is always cooperativeIn to be the best car Werner: "All of us at Oldsmobile -'
giving Information and in every way that matters. appreciate this honor. The
by the city. conservation
meaturcs. sources: to local; hobbyist who "In specific test, such as MOTORCADE award *
Street tq ,,1>* paved for tho Baird stressed that funds emphasizes -
first time'win bo begun as available under the ACP are hare his enthusiasm. performance and economy the reasons why our sales
project for 1904 and Include: very limited I and that th, value Two Injured Two Unhurt In Two Werner added "our editor we Introduced the '04 models.,
were Impressed with Oldsmobile's -
Lowe Street from tirevard to of conservation work plan- have been the best. In OMsmo
high performance potential "
Jllllsborough; Palm Avenue ned by the county's farmers Prized Fossil but especially so with bile' history.
from Oak to Hickory; Waldron and ranchers to submit their
the division' new F-85 models.
btreet from Myrtle to Wilson; the county allocation of cost- Seperate Accidents During Week (Continued from page 1-A) With its new lightweight 330
Johnson Avenue from Gibson share funds. Because of this he First FederalContinued
River Valley, he oserted, add- cubic Inch V-8 engine the F-
to Waldron; one block of 10th urges all Interested farmers -
Street from State 70 to Magnolia an drone-hern to submit their Howard Jaok Pattlahaw dri- Itt Lloyd Ilolton and Deputy cars collided on the wet pave ing that it had been the best car 85 boasts weight an to engine overall displacement ratio of- ( from page 1-A)
and Wilson Avenue from requests during the Initial signup ver for ArcaoJa Cab Company, for several years. time the association: was open-
Frank Cline of the und skidded
JrM Countytlheriff's ment Into a utility of just 10 II.MI., per cubic
Art and handicraft producedby
Cibton to Waldron.Old period as funds may not be was injured Saturday whoa a ed, continues a* executive
pjved streets to be repaired available to honor request semi-tractor truck, owned by Department. pole. Inmate of the huge states Inch. vice president. He startd.the
and recotutructed Include filed latet In the year. Polk Material,, of Lakeland Tuesday night two DoSoto The Hoffman vehicle mental hospital southeast, of "Any time a favorable ratio operation with a part-time
Lo> Salons Avenue from The Agricultural Conservation and driven by Carl Crosslcy rut iitians cacuped serious; Injury damaged approximately. $600 r I here and tit the convict: camp such as this exists.** he pointed helper but now has seven co-,
Elv rano' Hold to Cypress; Program Is administeredby kidded Into the vehicle lie in an accident 1.21 miles on tlw front cud and. )'..tid,r's west of Arcadia will be shown out. "both performance andeasy workers. lie says the prospects -
Parker Avenue from State 7(1( the locally elected ASC wa driving on U. S. 17 north couth of Arcadia. car $175. Both parties appar- at tlu fair. fuel consumption are go- for continued growth are''
to city sewer treatment plant; Cou. Committee and requests of here. According tu state police report ently escaped injury. Mrs. The Florida Wildlife and Fish Ing to be tops."Oldsmobile's. better than ever before.
Magnolia Street from Parker may bo submitted at the Crossley trld \\o slow down Jessie May Hoffman of Hoffman \/js charged with and Game Commission's display Dynamic 88...
Avenue to Garden Club Cen- ASCS County Office at Oak and skidded tho truck left across lit. 3 traveling north on Highway violation of right of w u y. of the stuta's. wildlife wills t >per 88's have been long noted -
ter: and Wiinhlngtun Street and Polk. Additional Informa center line of the highway 17 made a left turn into Troop Qulntun Morris' return to the fair It baa been for their luxury and pass n* Stainless steel 1* the most,
from lu to Manato Avenue tion can be obtained by telephoning striking the front of the the gr"cety store John D. assisted in the. Investigation by one of the top attractions In ger comfort, Werner stated. practical tarnish-proof ma-
extension. Work will continueon WA 8-4301. cab. CroMley suffered 1 cuts Fender 32U N. Ilrcvard, JOIns : the Sheriffs department. The the past. "In 1994. these models have terial fur weight standards accoruuu -_
Trailer Park Improvement and Pattlahaw suffered chest couth applied brakes to accident occurred abt>it 820: HdUher sakl several more attained new highs In riding
and Polk Street will be wid- Injuries and severe c>its. Both tolls! the Hoffman car. The p.m. on the rainy-wet road. new display are in the planting and handling and quietness of to the National Bureau
ened en both side at the post- men were driven to Arcadia tages. operation. Powered by the 394 of Standards.
office. This work cot underwayWednesday. General Hosplf.ul by JlobarU- I.-----; =- .
Sec. of Labor Willard Wlrti -- -
Grady ambulance.
Goodwill Industries 1 fa do-
A new off-street parking lot Crossly was charged with
will be paved on the city property Ing a better Job of training falling to have his vehicle under -
at, the coruer' of Magnolia workers than the U. S. Dept of control by Trooper J. (!. '
Avenue and Monroe Street. and Labor and it .U doing it with Prevatt of the Florida Highway START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT
the council has approved the less money, Patrol Prevutt was" assisted -
placing of newly designed signs at the ,accident by Sher-
lit alt entrance to the city -,
and will have them landscaped.
The signs 'Were designed by)'
Hubert Pike of Arcadia. City Engages Water '
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In and 1103.commercial all the building new housing will IN A NEW 64 OLDS

make 1064.a bumper crop year.
In revenue received from bu Id- Engineer For Studyareas
Ins permits. Sanborn said.
Th. new federal housing
unite to begiti\'etautrvetlon\ asset 'In a move to give the Cityof and have an understanding .., .
60 units for Ntgro and 20 for Arcadia: a surety of good o{ water (evela and source! .
white, will be. a million dollar water fur future use the city having mad ttudteiatnd recommendation -
project that will ,reduce lum cuundl has agreed to retain In. Ft, My.... .
and offer employment, Naples, .Orlando, St Petersburg
areas Illark. C t u wand Eldsnes.
according to llvrt, White. director construction engineers of IIJ;; Ft. HI.tee. City official -
of the Arcadia federal' Gainesville- make a complete hope that their report will

Housing Development. and detailed study of clear up_ _many question_
Twurltm In Arcadia remains the city's water treatment "
steady with the usual frstlvl- facilities and of the sources. of .
ties! staged to attract new and supply now available. Action i.I
old visitors, and the city Is was taken by city council Monday I
expanding: 1U Municipal Trailer night. mil I
Park for,additional trailer One of the questions the city. w
lies, adding many new facili wants answered I.I how the I '
ties. existing treatment plant may.
Robert Barrens of BurriUs: bj Improved and how muchIt ..t II IIf
Packing Ccnpany. auld the will have to be- extended to NOW LAST DAY!

outlook for citrus In, 'IIMI4, barring take car. of water needs In "Wives and Love. ,."
frees or disaster, was the fu.:':ro. The officials also Janet Leigh
"good. It'* explained that want to ktvuw If the river will ,j M t..
more fruit was ex|>ected on remain a fecalble source or| Van Johnson
the frie...-datnaged old trees supply or whether tine city
and ,that 'output should exrevd1UC3. mUll turn to well or other ., '.' '

lie Abu predicted 1 that !sources !"Ill. THRU TUE. ... .
the ,,fruit would b ft firm and Mark. Ciuw and aJdsns I .". tt -
Juicy and Uiat'prices would r.- have had much experience with i
malu up. water problems In this generall .I IY b .' t .
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lightened-Strength Best insurance For Peace r'M. 1' The Visit By Erhard' .

(Editor: Note: This is the able peace Is enlightened mately 75 percent of cur total groups with Information concerning -, By ROBERT MORRIS about to bestow upon the Soviet -
last of 10 feature article on strength. land area would have received county and community) West German Chancellor: dictator and his satellites.
civil defense released by the "We as a nation and as In- only light fallout or no emergency plans and the locatM' Ludwig Erhard and his Foreign While Secretary Rusk: tried
Agricultural Extension Service dividuals must maintain and fallout at aiL tints of buildings which: havetj Minister Gerhard Schroe- somewhat to extricate: himselfa
-a* a public service.) improve our strength on all From this. it Is apparent thata been stocked with emergency der have reflected a much: day later. It was an egregious
Mankind faces a vital de- fronts foreign and domestic nuclear attack would inflict tupplies and designated as. more realistic estimate of Soviet diplomatic blunder to thus em-
cUktn in this nuclear age at work and, at home., severe devastation and intense public shelters. Civil defense taw purpose than our own State! brace Khrushchev's programof
II' choice between peace and Holmes states. "We must be radiation on a, number of relatively offices can also help ciUaena Department While visiting "peaceful coexistence.: That
tremendous progress or total strong militarily economically: small areas, while In planning community shelters President Johnson at his ranch, program Is defined by the most
and devastating war. This decision spiritually and m ntal1y. We large segments of our nation and In arranging adult survival, ; the West German leader madeIt authoritative Soviet directive
: could: well be the most must also realize that evenif might escape practically unscathed courses. very clear that they have not as a ''Weapon of conquest> It
Important ever made by civ- our best efforts fail and a however Holme hastens Holmes reminds us that rural ., rl. r; been asurd by Soviet responses 1a, according to Khrushchev
ilized society. nuclear war is forced upon us. to remind us that thereis people especially. fann" to the continuing overtures himself an -intensification" of
yThe decision/ for an honorable "'.e can: survive, providing/ we no way of accurately predicting en must prepare to cop and concession that the the world struggle whereby
peace. is not one that we prepare now" In advance which areas with some special problem, U S. State Department has Soviet power Is to vanqulshiUS.Under .
alone can make. Other na- Although a nuclear: attack on would receive the brunt of an not common to urban citlsens. been making to Khruschev "peaceful coexistence1:
especially those possessing this nation would be extremely : enemy attack. Therefore all All rural people would pro Starting: with the test-ban Khrushchev: moved an army
nuclear weapons, will dcvastlng. it would mean areas must prepare for survival bably be isolated during and treaty. with offensive missiles to Cu-'
have a decisive role in determining the end of everything. The and recovery. for some tune following an at- AO' lY I"L Earlier. Secretary of State ba. Yet. with Secretary Husk's
whether there will be 1961 national practice military Because. modern weapons tack. Therefore their .survivaland Dean Rusk really put our diplomatic utterance, we now embracethis
total war or peaceful progress. alert assumed that key American make every home. Industry, recovery: preparationsmust stance In sharp focus same frequently expressed -
Nevertheless\ each: of us can targets were struck by farm and individual a poten- be especially- complete. yin BuR when he returned to the United Soviet program. Uy thus attributing I
take a very real step toward 260 nuclear bombs with a tetal tial target each of us needs In addition to protecting themselves L State with the statement that the conventional
peace by preparing to survive destructive capacity exceeding to know the facts about protection their families and essential KEEP OFF we should see to It that the meaning of the words "peace
e and recover: from any nuclearwar 1.400 mesa tons. Analysis of ', and the action* we human supplies, farmers peaceful coexistence": of tot coexistence'& to Soviet Intrigue
our enemies might be this Imaginary assault revealed can take for personal preparedness have the added responsibility Ra.. iad. c._...., ...... Khrushchev prevail over the we give the Communist
lempteU to ignite. that it wuuld have fallen in lite event of an attack. of providing protection sirs..........r............wi "military of the fiat Chinese.. leader'. 'thrusts to come eminent .
,f IS. S. Holmes rural civil tar short ........ .
Ie"e aid.i.n
dt*>ne. coordinator for the nation.: Holmes reports that Is readily available stock.' Farmers nust also. learn -, ...Gwpw.l..l. Re4Custar's an. .a l provide the. pretext for It U not even accurate ta
Florida Agricultural: Extension only four and one-half percent from your local' civil defense how to recover and begin producing / the rxtrittiw. roiicesshin and say a* Dean Husk did. thai
Service reminds us that history of our total land area would office: or your county agricultural food in the shortest trade advantages. that we are' (Collnued from Paf I-B
has shown that aggressors have received fallout in excess agent's office. Generally poe.ibie time fallowing m nuclear -
are usually reluctant to attack of 3OO Oroentgens one speaking civil defense offices attack. County agricultural ;
mations which are alert hour after the bombs had fall serve communities.> while and home detnonstratioM Fine StandThe ,-..,

;.atronx' and capable of defendIng en. And amazing: as it may county agents serve rural areas. agents are prepared to supply Congressional Record I is not always the best ...
themselves. In other words seem, analysts of the practice: Civil defense offices wpl literature and advice concernIng : ,
place to look for a truest editorial but In this case It :Jor ::
the best insurance for honor- alert revealed that approxi gladly provide Individuals and these, as well unique as Informationand farm problems produced It real smasher as the following statementread Prayer Joe/cry .

assistance on general rural into the Record by Hep. Ueltxrt Latta (ll.-Ohlo) .", ,

civil defense.. attests: : Our .Father we arc mindful of Thy 'continuous,
5/ n"v.J Whether you live In a city 'Recently I ,had the privilege" of participating in presence' wit hu s. and we are grateful for It May. we
enjirtfj the suburb or the open country the dedication of a community building In Custar approach Thee early each morning In order to naveIhy

: ,and regardless of your Ohio. The dedication of M community building.. is not. guidance) all along the way. Abide In us, our .Father ;
I occupation ycu owe /It to yourself in itself such an event' I would normally call to the that we may be kept. in the way of Thy love and peace. ;

looking 1 To A Future Of Promise nation, your to learn family the fact and about your attention of the House. I do no now. however becausethe Amen.

civil defense -- to learn how citizens of thin' community of approximately 2SO. ,
you can: prepare to survive and knew what they wanted In witch a building and then ?

Dy THURMAN SENSING both the Constitution and the wants to remove power and < .- recover from an enemy attack. went after it in an almaett forgotten, oldfashionedAmerican

'Eventful as has been the last capitalist system<< on a piecemeal cision-mikUia'. from the average History has proven that the way."Inst..atl hat-ln-hand TWO MINUTES'
best Insurance for honorable of coining to Washington with
year'. 19Q4 promises to hold basis, surrendering more citizen.,, whether It be In '
peaoeU enlightened strength. for federal funds they looked within their own fine
even greater significance for of its firtilouis and accepting busineits'i matters. .foreign affairs w m mE d1AzEce
-the American: people. The new .01' Mil the lads &)n you community for 'untili. material and labor Strange as
year is a year of decision-! more tic direction by bureaiura- or the choice J of associatesand ran help cheek. with your local It may seem they found everything they desired. Yes, m'Me wni aawety \'
power elites iustomers.: These "planner" civil defense office, or yourtrounty deficit ...... ay a.riw .
making for the nation's voters. A food way to begin the and without the benefit of new taxes or finance ,
wnlch U the Itemtmber. -
same assaying agricultural agetkt.
_Earn and every responsible New Year Is by having: faith 'ing.{ -
1 'ctnHCk:. has. a high obligation In the capacity of the American tliettiselves"these, liberals'the, assumeunto omniscience survival li your resInnsibUity. *" "They discovered) that an old( building could be MistakeSeveral

/In IM4 to people to rccognlle' the u> know what Is best ; remodeled. to suit their needs. Everybody: In the communlty Big .
}If%' make people choice: before them and the for thee. people>> "rather than '.. '. went to work about remodeling It. The mayor. times In the last few week* commentators,
I\ start thinking fateful nature of the decisionswhich leaving 'that tleclsluiu( to the councilmen clerk members of the b lioanl of "public over radio TV and In the ntwipHpe-rs- have'made ftbig,
abc'.it the they will make!; when people themselves.The 'O affairs volunteer firemen' township trustees, the local ndstake.This was In connection with the-kidnapping:of l
Americandestiny at they vote.<< What: really separates cvnaervaUve. on the other ,,r American Legion lost the legion Auxiliary clergy Frank Sinatra. Jr. \ :

home and a- the l liberals Is that and the the former conservatives hind believe that the & I and the wives of many of the men 'pitched In and converted Frank Mr. as we know, had to nay the kidnappers

proad. We can don't really trust anal believeIn average American community elU. this old schoolhouse into a modern attractive I240.000.CH) fur the ransom of his IOn. On.) 'afttf another *
r fend the slates -t don't have and useful bulldln ." the new commentators declared that this amount
move forwardIn the American people! whereas ,, ? & 1
tA seek :.direction" auldance
the direction the latter have confidence In from W blJtCtoI0 e a r g. S f '. .'.) was by na meant the highest amount\ ever {11rI&IdJ.O..., atansom
c of national the ordinary qualified citizen.Thourh WaahiugUMi. The' In the. Hobby (Greenleose' case, they ,.

Integ the liberal frequent- w ot Uute...rUsd1ed'. ... tslitor.T1n.ARcadiant: : .. ....: .Kansas City '''auto 'dealer' had to ,| ay i960O.OOOj0G .to. '
n'l''feid. t,|i. aepei idenrey and. Sewardenterprise. fr'pfl0tpor""demacratrr"proceases" mesa welt. unJ I tUhlrab.Mev.. 'A tribute ta Abner CrlckaoivS t 1Jal n S !Jj. ...:; }nlfoniaol1" '". f. Ransom' his' ron-'the highest, priro ever |lIGHt|-.for the
refinement system to afurtba' and "civil rights. he they will always. act well a eltUen of DeSota Cuuntyj ransom of u ,human. "being. _
of the
restoration of right that have Invariably wants to make government whenever they can obtain aright Abner Crlckson has done m .... litre they were wrong. GOO.OOO.OO) la by pa means
I n America eonsthing undemanding ., mat '''the highest. rice. ever pale. ) for the ransom( m human
been 'Impaired bureaucracy 'that I. by n" for the county In the feWyeorsbe
and > wing extremism. Or lie. In Washington.run The"p1alU Kalla ark ters." Th. conservatives' believe has been here than. bad To Provide More Jobs belts 8t. 'Paul, 1 by>> divine' Ir llr.Uon..rote, ,In
nation can continue to scrap of theliberal" Is that heDeepening that '00. It takes a .M been dosed In 15.years .prevU. i 1.Mr. 1 Tim 254M1I"God
of faith! and patience to believe ----.- llkkawl Ia- to-- be- ftMn- .i will hate all men to be saved, and 10 come
In ,the democratic process Dabson Park. ....... (Special Itial' Impact Management, union
mended for the many Interestshe unto the knowledge of the truth.
to. believe that the people ) Whenever there ls. anew municipal, slate and federal *
has delved I Into since coming
"For there .Is. Gal and ono Mediator, betweenrat .
/o.ial eon"'a thcmM'IYft.IoI have the one .
In terniknlwglc recvgnli
her*. ,I have known te spurt .
,!} right ... cheese their own destiny family the entire time since efficiency" there I* an 'Immediate the Irmpwtary, runfuaton thai | anal tarn the Man Christ Jrntu.
and guide'' their own future. they came here ta live. The 'late wutcry that tli.. will mean must be alleviated. fur one "Wsirsgave), IIIMHKLK: a ransom for all ,.N
These quaUUes the "liberals" .. Krlcksofi: was especially. lea employment alai reducedearnings. thing. there U more need fur DM' you g.t that Christ gave IIIMHKLP: a ran-
d4I.0. \, have theee proud of her three "llVBob. It has. 'lung been my worker of hUlt/ elaU.... UM. forth runt for all. Man-all mn had been taken captiveby ,)
Urgency qualities the ,eoneervaUves do 11111 and Den for whichI pinion& that technical improrem.nts .M* with nu iralnina.ALWAY Hatan and sin. but Christ |mid the i>rlce of our ran-
have and Jtla, theee qualities can say her pride was Justified even in the radical Tilt flAME: ,.,nl. k.< was Himselfllbt own life whkh Hegar
be Thltt'7Itl
that nvusi, preserved. If The family can do imbetter form of nwMiern witMiiatfein ALAItM *. '. froM to pay for our redemption..
Tile Christmas season is past and the new year. we are to rentalu free pt f>le. than follow in the path du not tiMraii 'fewer ). b* When .Henry. ford, long All that was accomplished at Calvary warn not re-
,Opens before us. And this is a good time to reflect on In many .subtle ways the that their .parents treU .before or lower wage, years ago started) his tanlsaiui. tealed until God railed. l the Apoittle Paul
th* ultimate fact that the world must find its salvation "...t..ra1&k .to preeent. Skate them that of Abner and. M,rtU WHAT ACTUALLY ...".t/M/ ftoliig, dearly ...."."..... up thin Whogoes
In Verses 0 and
to 7 that ,
non-freedom as freedom their rot_,.. .. anal the on say message wale
in the development, not of weapons, but in man's ability Crlckson.I I IAYI'E1dlthe r workinggroup "
MtfJtlfl. tit duo time by Him.
plan of regifnentattmi. as an rapid generally were | .
the positivethat
to Sincerely contrary, more
MI'Ow.In understanding and to value his fellow man. risen:
In this enlargement off. ,fight They Mrm. Has Hale wed,cheaper methods sif doing the revolt wfjld. be, whole-' When sin had to its height In the worbi'srtJectlon
guide have rapidly shifting modern world the Lestwe Attempt ta, lake something a- Arcadia work mean more Job 'li* the dale. unsmptoyerrtnt and lower of Christ. (:od* reacheil. down from heaven
can still be found In the Christian concept way from each Americans aid .long run. I believe this le pay. Mr Ford atuweted... the to. save Him. the chief sinners, and sent hIm forth
,,as expressed by Jesus Christ when He was asked at the same time attempt taconvince I proved 'by the statistic' that .lass pert of the charge by-fin. as .Ills.. aru-." to {proclaim salvation by grace through
by qQdtaonr to name the great commandment of the In e4 who are kotof Kditor.. ArcadianI l ysnent m.aiiately. .pay 10.hi..tmpluywthe faith In the Christ. who had died for sin. Thin U why
law He .taught. As Matthew 22:37-39: tolls us: something precious, that they was cvneeroe*! about. an i and earnings ever tas bigget bwifljr wag In "..- he aiNMtto. declares In I Tim. Itlo.. 1 10<<1;
"Jesus said unto him. Thou shalt love the .are obtaining S flit freer goo article which( appeared .In Ue i ito. rtMJte than So year that I have key. end the preli...liun. ..1wholesale ."ThisU. a faithful saying, and worthy of all..' acceptation.
,Lord thy God with all thy heart and witht .rthm.n4 I*&h same of yuur' paper I taws furecawtinc rcoi.,.,..k unemptayntertl. was that Christ Jesus Into
came the. world.t Co
all thy soul and with all thy mind. Tt JS in IM4 H ls not .-.-...hto regarding. race relation I am i iuf HwfBge* In u.. UNJI Union .p,oe This is the first and great commandment be .*..'ar.$t ut .....'. belief. .. the opinion that the yeerrewstd Mill worker are naturally. ups self. At cash sUp .during' .like. u%. sinners, of whom I I.nl chief I llmvbelt for this cause
"And the second is like unto It In ransUtutiofealism. The .oudrMMn .w..u of Arcadia k.l ohms they. see |ob. taken *>.lf...".t,... rv4Miionwhee. 1 Ii obtained l merry that In I .. first Jeju. Christ might
Thiou shalt love must te. "InformeU cal and UeSota County are ea- i k ry frwnt tnen owl wu ...> new way* ef .oee '. As f.. thy neighbor as thyself. he mot learn the vsrieus *.- able nt.. handling; this problem gird given lea na...hins>*. Hut were wfioet.......,.. the same
+ ", we begin thin new year, it is well to reflect thatthMe dodge. by wKich .lefUsts aim ta.. their own satisfaction anal. they: are .K..*iw< .t Uto *fkueirvftaja al.rm wee _.......l. Hut. eechbmr.
words challenge each of us to seek within our- la strip sIUteeha\, futnmufUiiesand ..... three turned out' la be
toe U>* Sisal lalere*!* of all ironrsrneU problems. nee theiw" .. 1.IIIutongressional / !)
aefve4 the understanding to broad tn our concept ofselfinterest state of their right ta without any suicide f sm. .-..... muff lob* Ul the has gees ."t turf ,.;,, n e .
( until it embraces all mankind. regulate. their ewn affair Theuntun leterferetice. The people of<< bo fonush laKt ahoy fiHer tame .'....., better py;
Harriers are before us. as th*y have always been Una.s will be ixderiog the North have plenty la do If I Shire aa s.Ytui... 1fIwwwd. indeed of 'eweeUtkUftales..
throughout the world's. history but we face an ever program .C hir ewn. Not. they ftwccevsfwny handle their' te.. aifflcwltle" pnMl by. _...- It t* often fvffofU uai j
deepening, urgency to surmount them. The elfish so Uon" .IM the coining year, CM.- own race >.....--. Many .. natba. Mlrsning. eetdare. .. when new lalrrewving ........ Record: "
Qahrtiveand. combative elements. woven into human serrsUves whet towejrti VH.1 t the 4Utwrtince andContinued unrest tent. ae.aelwr. peegrowe. ..t.creaser law* are bewwgM. Met. Ikeo..
I1atu.are the greatest barriers we face. To achieve program o, the! i.wt|. Not ( on page "H) II .. rusttiutt the. l..- .-......... U..a-. kwe W .
man must be competitive but to survive in this wily nod they have Uw pnJttl.* nNm/alurat. aervleeMf' : sue A*> Ar.*dlanbom ..illwlal.. .... editorial.. which appeared In the
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Cal ..
fact M This .
at Utetr fingertip /.pureed. tvn MM e .. December IJ.' ** aMllon.. st
and smaller world he must temper this competitive spo-- posed In Confrskun.l .
a year of delete, but Obey ....... IM W w. ot Jobs evens
It with reamm and! the long %k.w of belonging to one enact take .**. effeiMive agasrwtlibers STRICTLY JUSiMCSS IY MrftATTBU s casual ..oU....t...... of fKt>fsmenUI .. Mead fur t tlwetrer/ .IM4- the Areadian. an .%it..isMliaf
family with the common need to live together on ODe ..." SUlMlMS Will revert! toiler' fleet| a:. Heibetg WMNotified riu.i i. weekly Mawspeoer.Tha .

planet -- .---.-......-...- Cangiearnae (ARf3YTt : --- the hank keIena. 1ft.e..r.. .by .I.,..... A. haler, .eutkwUI. .Bur..uri*
If- p Tae aruracie* or- science and 4ccnnicM advances nave widhera1Mt.d.he.. I.... r newt lea/ have. persUeled.. .Ave ColI,'.*....<.M.... Ilk. .,...,... leek Laval Ale ....*'
made all the nations of the .Earth neighbors.. This In Worthy ,.a fr*>Us4 bas bin a .. hey-maang i.ehahpea/. rb.ida In the bilwwlag| .letterYwie .. speaks far ll*.It. As Editor
ItaeJf .has brought us to a paint never before seen In a-eUel *.tellrtehe"! **4U 51.50aetraUg \ -'IiT. .MM** .*** greater ..ffleseatyI. .. *.tilorUI. of 1Jiotc eM4i r
history when great powers must compete with restraint ,.....--. eted"ridsie. M PLAYN cnTe w .. ... .-- 11111 ................. flesh. Lae' fUel J:. Neiberger paint' <.u'.t

twcaur*. th y know the destruction of the world hangs and p.p.rty' rights. seed Meei'p' M MIMJOM' JOtUt ONCKVIAAIOMANV Ale' Coa''',,,,: wan a. .......... IHI* U >..! anotker. ; sllempl Dy
fa the bsUance.Atthe g ......,.. pal> 6 a g LcYJ (lOAf.Maerl ..... t ton* IBM. Wally *f .,...... She reder! lo+er w wnl. h
--- ....... at ........g saga ..f y-* wall eehwnaueiOh. Jag M h She &-..,ngie......... i... over another Earl. (.....*.
: root>> of man'* thl/&tn by whatever name t.. en4ew.ee tam. ................. ..n.Mel ...* t.o>* hXS .. Ilse IIOSr.whO5 /l. .rd. ...... Loral eomsntMUty set**)

It may be called there must resi-fe the Christian concept day Wt a wr ataveein s..sewnpiey..at aritneN.of Ead.ad U a mavked. spy .. ho* .*u>efUUy. ..... .... air _
01 the value of a single human life. As a foundsUon pmWel au. tam's .. iAi ens 'ri"e I ....... y.A.wt of MM W the .Read ., --tow r 111*. liollMUon. in snoiiy are*.. Many J /(
for this, pe.cae oX the backward aremsof th. worldMat pew lair .' .............. Nee : few ttr%., Even after lave pwoipis I *so* weal la toll. yea whetS rMnt4ioriie would like. I where. i I
be helped in their search for sv better way .., date all the -wfjeraar.. are k _... ........... ash/ lamas ..... a4Ia. Pea. yak{ you ere ling with .the. peMrtWa of *.tvt 4 Ihetr .' (
...t' a share In the material rewards which. can be Mgsaa ... .*> She federal ...,. ''a q0 s'a N..1 1H.a. .... ,..... .in Tt a An....... I luck forwardto ..... .,..........
aphiewet. In thse twentieth century. Fur It ODe is ta ..... They. see on like heal -.| .e rtuU i ....>*.. im> a.bom is teete*; 7eM when I mss .Ins ."... edifoelal febwefruczAUcisAm j
...... lo cad rr 'sG .. if*... w...rii fvrte.
.... life, ODe mast first find It worth llvlh... every r n niktry, ooaf BM eMi Visa Ar Ni.. : aIE-EX ,
a.r win o.*> w rm<*.g Thud. lti ,*rmt ff*vary Wallace. Taa entry In the Cong s..nHURKAUCNAT LOCAL Ala cotrrnot. '
writ. the dean
beginning to slate.
C'i on of the new .
isle ...... task. ..... .
year a .estyMd1Mes ........ ..-a.-.: It a ImosostMe. .o kttt mfrosj
.. we could not find a better guide pnst than the 0Iae .....w 'the New fiojsUer f J./o'. a ....,... week furl( by droop" ***; .U an*.* betfan -
fweeaioa of the basic Christian commandment.w f. .... Cstot t wakh .ew.ean..as. .
New. g ir wt wewy UXTAL AIM COirTTUJt.CXT1OM .. *; water, ft would. reset SokwMfely
are cones-d with better. nndentandiog and tssingpower tile nst nsj>Mj w<*rmedterrtioty ..g.riif. wefiafiT. and vt...... lo Ibis. .hasp w4ssoatfea
ta His tHchl.... we win meet the Icoal. hoe S4 .. gn uri.<> sty. not .ed lais I. a..y .....' Or N&YANEJ. same. ii wewki )um ma. ....
... our path to a better fotore. We have k* ItO.. Tto AJX OO M Caav .. even la*., the ae.Mua, .. or being Ions -
bee. given Um to learn. the) fflasiv. art of Uvia g la thwy. ,., ......... ..raahsresd M1 pees;* with each other-let tut nee it weO. r.m.aatl ..ur. er.p.a. ..ribaca : t h.. ......." year OC riaeldat I-c II... rte kot. ecsa. A ......."'
& Saoss ma wiD ride the thrastieg fire roar 1 rockets this auatr) .... ..e.. l.a_ anawl ..........., ..Thelraua.. Of tu the tree i*> e,pao .,,*oM
'ffPtoyoevi ....w. laoklet beck ess Kerth. hacet gIn CaoavssM9e. 'mans a.f .may. j .....--..... areas.gee. j"a. ... Heeeesanlawve. .....-...... war",% t* ..*> stewkV.
hags ...... teats /seas .. "b.Malar kao, Mteemw agree rod .
.rove Thor0y. fiber I*. IM3 I,, The frrg M ant alarmed.
the darfcMse ! f 't tetar Mel and cash.MgseslM .. OMMd'ttlsTwni If,. MALAY 'Mr. sVeaaer.vrtav ch She >a XM| ...,.,.... ,.,..
o find tA.wajr of the Lorf* words and envision a tae giMrd. ........ sate.....-........,... ... I ijarouaMan, la .*..... sty .keel ..iaoCstuso kq. 1t.4ta-i;
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t : : .. 1 2-B TIlE ARCADIAN Arcadia Florida Thursday January 9, 1964
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The year 1963 has gone and*'1964 is:here.+We know ( The .ar
what events and surprises the told! one 'contaIned and I Bulldog' 1r 'f
all we can do is wonder about 1934.: : !

New Year's Resolutions:are "... port of every .-; '
new year. It is almost legendary to pt. out a sheet "'
of paper and make a list of the things -

we didn't accomplish last year but

hope to this year. .
I believe it Is'a good idea for

y youngand old to at (least think about Students Named
things they have done and then try Ei.ghJOeSotoc High

to think ofl\yays to correct or betterCMtufoAy I

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''the fWt thing students -

"ould;say,' is; "I wijl study, more 'and

hr'n ?.bran. rades up higher." This always To Attend Annual Music Clinic

...., r- \ up- a problem since most
students .dun't, care to take a few extra

BAk'Ju,, >- H': t rriinqten( .and' ''*arn something thor Eight DeSoto County High staffs the State Opera Association a 40-piece symphony orchestra Walter James. Catherine Murphy -

oughly., "They wotild' rather- lt until the last minute Sthoof students :>\ in attedd'the20th of Florida and' the :State Robert Seoore conducting ', Herman Gunter and Betty
and ha\e to "burn the midnight oil" or just not 'study 8111'-4011 State Music "Clinic Symphony of Florida. The title role Is sung by ZledlSvcndsen. Jane Grimm. Floyd will

'at alL Semester exams are coming: up and we should all fir in Daytoha Beach Thursday, A full, opera company will and other in the serve as stage manager for his
try to study ahead of tIme and not be caught off Friday and Saturday.. Jan.. 9. present the music drama, with cast Include Richard Collins. prize-winning opera.
guard These exams aril very important and in# many 10. and 11.
cases mean the difference 44ween passing and failing., Or Stanley Chappie, head
;. In.... .
clinician is
: internationally recognised .
We should try 'to improve in everything wra Up conductor" of .r
and in every> phase of our lives. This means in, our symphony
ofchestra. choral opera
habits our attitudes, and our peronalUy. 1..cturcr, and teat heroot2l" clor r""i"t
Are you a, reckless driver? Then try to improve. it thw School; of Music ar the
Do you drink or smoke pr do both) T Try' to stop or at University of 'W u>>hil1&ton.:
least cut down on the amount you consume and In &4UUU:. '

hale. Arc, you a bad sport. Then: practice good sports Senior) high school concert:
manship. Do you cheat? Then stop! :chorus: w.li have ut Its head

There %re M> many ways .in which we could im- clinician.: Dr. Jean Uarger.
choral director: at the Unlvisiiy -
prepare to
pro\e ourseivtH! gnu Uiene us
be better citizens.Ve should certainy" try and don'twait rr of Colorado. Singing. '
Under Dr. Barter as a part of
because won't be before 1961 Is .
too long
Lh, 6(OU voice: chorus will be
well underway to IOCS. live DiSolo High.. KtuUinU; Dl-
v Low llasnlerExchane ,
ui.iie fJwK&iM. Jayne Dopier
Linda Suwart. Edward Maasi .

1 t dt .i, David )"ll tun. and Danny
C.JIJ"n" Tho junipr high chorus of ::3o
id' ;30. Voices will have, Dr: Irwin
wircn| 'KIND AIIS:, YOU 'From the Sandstorm Am- Cooper, rofCMor of Music Education -
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If every student performed stub HlgJ} School. Amarillo.. e : ilt Honda Stale UnlVcrsity --
Just us you do. whore would Texas we get this useful : ,. as their clinician. Representing -
this school IxiT Where would and Interesting article on- WHO WILL SHK BKT-Last year's queen of the Dtbotu High in this
this country' be? What If every TilE DICTIONARY HAS DoKoto County Fair was Miss Sue IJorinjr. She chorus' wilt be Eddie 1'..Uoa
person wuilu-U. at his ichool MANY USK3 FROM will crpwri her highness thU year In ceremonies and. Gary Whitney '
work or ut his Job thug way pncssma TO ai-tujNa at theuirgrula nds. Preliminary competition has been vmplluJna: = the DH3 student -
woik, fchuwtd the name in""- wish will be Alisa Leon More-
yc i Du you ever yt'a were scheduled at DcSoto High School.
terest and' willingness, the four Incnts taller so.you could land, DAIS choral director, and
same diligence the same faithfulness roach the key, on \6 'typewrit-' !Mrs Charles. Mundall. JrSludenU ,
the Mint skill and discipline Ut?' Do you find \''yourself In attending clinic .. t

our?country,What would happento hurl need St of little a Handy brother weapon a. you to Fair Queen__(! Test wil' Legit and ichcaraais continue 'fhursdaynight through ........ ...... ,..' ""' ..1 .....

It has btwn said that there catch him slipping your. last >no y and Saturday, morning.. CHAMPS GET JACKETS:-Members\ are left to right Steve Lewis. Bill
are really Only two klndi* of ,gold fish ...down "he drain? i tiThe. clinic culminates. In a gi of the Dc-Soto High Ridga'Conference Wooten Raymond Christ and Mike .
people: those who are part of The answer to your prob- Scheduled Mondavi gantic Concert on Saturday the football team received their new Jackets Cochran. Coach Uob Martin, not pictured I
which features top
the' problem, and those who ltr, s U dlctlona .. a night
of the Which D1Ye the music students In the State of recently. Four of the players was nanicJ, coach of the .year
,,are part eolutlon.? dictionary "" >>
the Dark Photo
snapped wearing champa jacketsHughe : ( )
kind are you? large unsbrkJgsd edition, ham Th*> annual fair. iurtm contest the fair gntinds. Florida. s
Do you Ulnk only In term a multitude of 'uses from A ,sponsored by the Arcadia Mrs. Connie ItoJy r. Sub-Deb, f rMEA members and students -
of yourself how much you to Z. Sub*ikbs will be: held Monday sponsor| urgvs all lira betweenthe participating in the Daytona sass
can make how much fun you r Ilonaarge students find these night, Jan. 13, at the DeSoto ages of 18 alai, 21 to enter Ueach Annual Clinic will FHA Special
can have> what you can get volume nt..em.17 useful huh School: Afjdltorlum.. the contest this ytar' Any Do-;:..haVe an added thrill tbl" year'
out of life without work? Can |in preparing' .leaf. and animal This year' the contest will be Suto County girt who wishes to since they will' be guests of
you ass any farther than your collections. bald the night before the De enter the queen contest should the Florida State Opera Association Supper meeting
hCJM? Do you think only In Many girls.tka, daltght. in Soto County Fair opens. Five notify Mrs. Mytr or Mrs. Mary at a matinee performance I
terms of tojday. Uls week Or pressing flowers.and corae girls will be selected aa finalists Anderson.Mtay of the famed Floridajwrttten \uBultJofjA On.:Thursday,eysnshd .t t);30
do you fb.1erIn.: 'or the between the dictionary*! pages. and the 'ttoeen will b* Sue Dorlng. last y***"*!' opera. "Susannah,". hy* MlwJah v4vr pm FHA .r'awtut'"hava. a
future? "-'e"wo think on i? This U also effective In r4- crowned* Tuesday' evening. atRegular queen, will be prevent lo crown Carlisle Floyd, at the Dayton av yr< special meeting in the horn
In terms of themselves. arc moving wrinkles from scarves lire new queen and her court ;.Beach civic auditorium, Saturday *' SUE BORING .,
' economics: room "Who AmI
definitely part ,of the problem. and neckties. lleaide the fair queen contest : Jan. 11
the Sub-U girls plan en hav The .Is made la the subject which will b*
Are you ,concerned with the Dictionaries mk lively Class performance .., -T- T.-... -- ---
contribution you can m.e. gills for: graduating ....Ion. 'rut ntertainmsnl during InIntvrmuution. posalblby the Florida State explored under the directionof
how much you' can give, how In fact no snlor,.,year la Held -.. Admlasion. will be f University School: of Music at After singing Jingle* Hells anything. After the party program leader Sandra;
much you can put In? This compUui\ unless .h* rpvelves at Meetings charged 'Tallahassee which houses and and Auk) tang sync, U.. now some Students attended the Copelrnd and a' group of:fnem*

doesn't. mean all sorts of sac- least three or foUe a( |the bulky Grade* eight through twelve Urn to begin th*ole* school: Christmas Maas.'Christmas ben who h..v* prepared' >an
rlflccs for others. Slut simplypending from friends net rla- '
edition, ., I'm Day found every
met Friday', Jan. 3, for their songs again. sure everyonehad Int
a little more time on lives he's never" Nan. Projects Major Charm Model. a marvelous''vacation and one opening gilts and stuffing res lox: skit type program.
that homework helping out In recent years the pocket regular class meetings The I* finding It quit hard to getup themselves with turkey and :The tcpie. Is ono of a series theDesoto
around the home trying a little limo edition of the dictionarybaa main purpose of the meeting All I for this
Business TopicsAt Course: PlannedFor at 7lOO Instead of 10:00: dressing say Chapter; tia* been asked
to'dlvmss and vote
harder on test, or putting gained greatly In popularity', was onwhether boy that's one of the best day Is 111 bet everyone was to explore as part of the general -
to have Stunt
a little more Ulna and energy Ursldes being an. excellent flyswatter or not of vacation holidays ready to ,hoot the first person
Into what you are doing. Us and a handy way tit Night In the respective da_.. FHA Meeting "Local. .l. GirlsEvery :' sleeping thing! late. who mentioned food. theme "Dlacoverleg Myself. -
that effort*, In.port. note across Each class voted and decidedto This b to be the tfatlonal
little "extra' slip s to your buddy in I'lans for the county fair girl In DeSoto County The holiday w *re filled Many college student weretame
.. It i. called/ second effort. the aisle'' during-,tl.... It with participate the exception Stunt of Night t'h.tt"hm..n the calendar and many Important In the Sth grade or above- will with dance. parties. and llttl and so attended the Elks theme of F1IA for next yr.
:That' second effort you contains' numerous 'chart* and have the opportunity to Improve get-together On of the club dance. 1 saw Johnny lIodTel"l"J' The DeSoto High chapter: has
evert, or don't exert, makes : class. projects were the order Lewis and Patty RuDarts -
given Joel
herself and her looks first partlea was by been chosen of five
Th. Junior class also dl,"- of business at a called as one
a difference In the kind of According' to Noah Webster "there and Dotti Jerkins
cussed' their magazine drive meeting of the PICA hut Fri through eta charm and model Corley on Chra.&m8a.Ev. night.Everyone lilA chapters In Florida( .t*
person you n. Those) the, proper way to remove vegetable bad time and Ann Boring dropped In for
school course to b* given a grand
are concerned with what they stain from one's hands which Is coming up this month. day. January 2. ling "bird" a minute. Kay Lewis Dwight help develop propma'usJh8
by Mr*. Jean Walden of the dancing the talking about -
can put W., not what they can Is to rub them. with raw p0t. The Juniors alto discussed the Many committee were appointed 6-n "Santa Clans" mad eating Flwash. Pam Koch and Susanne this central Idea to provide
them for the upcoming' Junle >> to plan and out]K (Continued on page .. .
get out, are part of th. solution ...*.. TresdweU wer horn be'used
to the problem. Another Interesting observation I *>&enlor y Danquet and Prom. (Continued on page S.O) preparing for the holidays.Spanking .. pilot suggestion to nationwide

Some people treat. life like a Is that every Saturdayafter i4..."'' of the Elks Dance. In next year yrogram. -
slot machine trying' to put In 'U noon. Is a legal holiday that was one dance: that wa Material and Ideas
.. little as pnulble,. and always .. In New York New Jersey Student a tremendous *success f A grand used along with picture. oC
hoping to hit the )jackpot Pennsylvania and Maryland i: Activities :ZLSBy band from Punta Corda supplied the program aa given, will ,be
but I believe that people Did you know that three SpOl'1.J the music and wouldnt ant to Mia. Anne Craig .C
.re wiser& happier and haw barleycorns rt/Jal one Inch and fI1 let any one sit down for a second
more inner peace when they that a six font one Inch football and no one minded a bit. UmatlUa. Florida National'

think of life aa a gaud,. w>ll l. player weigh In pounds Completed For Fair <. novo OCM ,; Many student attended the Committee Member.
"Intelligent Investment", AM Its been runmred that some ;+ d.nre.1 couldn't begin to name Member are asked to bring

Investment front which they _.h..t..I..__....._ _.......... u.. dletlwt.riwaW them all but 111 [tame. a few sandwich and finger foods
receive In terms of what they hull up word. spelling and couple for Uios* who wantto
put In. ly doing thU YlU) things like that. \V,1(h prrparatjun* marlngn fourth alternate* yearly between be ...-"'*know Jimmy Yar- for a "sack supper" Beverage

help to preserve our fr*. M C* These are )lust, a. few of the ,pletlon the gate see readyto these two organUatlons Th undeaf.atc l. DeSoto a. Trawkk 4, Yar- brough was with Ambra Kay will b* furnished by the,chap.
lety many way' :In which a dictionary open on th. annual. DS toCnunty and th* 4-H du''". IUilklo notched: their eighth. brvu h 35, :Womack 10. Collins. (Continued on pag *-B) tr.
Which' kind of person are, may b* put to us.. fair, ThU year many basketball victory last Friday r
YOU? \ When gnu think ''about It,' .we DSn" High students, representing On TurJ.y" .Jan 14, the night 11 I.4S over the Clewls- Over the ,Christmas holiday
This ,example of "food for ,ow*'Webster, 4. lot' )mor;I gtal- evrfal clubs soil or- opining day of the fair many lon Tigers.This the Bulldog "defeated I h*
thought" was written hy Rude and e tin than we have gsotaaikm, 'will\ & be parf spat- llMtents will d.pl.twIt win gives the bulldogs WawchuU Wildcats. also they I
Wayne 1)J) kburn. Duclnma' been. gtvtng .him. Bo. neat leg In the. fair livestock for Judging. Last year, a 4.O record In the Ridge Con- participated in th Hard*'* Student Council l Stunt
Manager. *f the Black and tune yoM art. pvi.tng floweror Opartlng Ut* soft drink PitS *lu Oold. and alau President of beating. your. Itttl. brother booth this. y"r will\ & b* the. the llve.t Hk award 32. Tournament' lb. Pulklog defeated I
the student' body at Fort Me d l.. take' a' bit of Urn to give l In* m.hstMrn of>> the 'F.II.A and. Kit A. and 411 girl will Scvring: for the, Pulldogswer first Haine City and
High School. leslcegrapher! his du.'. ..*" ,'tJLA.. and 4-,Il|..trla wUI anew c4f their skull. la the annual Dodd 21. L-tlmer ,'. cba Wauchula: the trophy. Planned Feb. :1 t'trch I Iclas
-.. ....... "" dews review Night
On Saturday morning. Jan. :
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> "J IS at l-oo ajn a hvs took I
.. "./1 !*...* *'" : 1: ;:: witlging contest will be hekj This year the annual Student "wta 'W allowed
.,. ....'j'$* '", '''' ,'" tV AU 411 and F,F.V. members. iD.JJ.3. Council >uun.*'* I ant urged to |>artlclp..t* la this : al will be p>ts ntc i .*... I. Swat ham and one dos. rshaarsalla
1 __ ,, wetit.Aa I !J le" aJ! J Night I Ie a show la whiefa each th* .....t.a wn.

.. .4 ... .tG a. final hlshlvgnt of this. l cU.* that wtoa-aa IG presents
skit to the
year fair (1ft Saturday night. a
THE lULLDOG'S}r RK. ., a;(M. pert this yars fair CALVIN CLOUSg -- JuUg**. Tb skit. t* lodged m.rtginality ,
awards wttl t>* pr** *>tc ", It" nming UMH. available to DIM 'rJanuary IX, lna which they *nk. cold. ddnks and ac* ery, Fifty tfulUr to
tud ils are outstanding 4-tt r School .h*t do p. hamburger* a..4. .*- awarded to UV* eta With Ot. t If<
''' High
( ," "' :.: .foot, :,' 'girl anti buy. utstamite g FFA Tb Deso1 ed girls hrr. sundry artk..... The .vettars" tm skit. La.t year the Sopho. u. L 17. ttOflTtt}
Tenala C1aah oiwo a
If' .r boy and FHA gtrl. and owt., sp wa* wry *ucm r*l both .nor* etM wear first" plate. with & Mliesc 4
Iub41sh.. weekly by the newspaper staff of ,, l4miukg oat Seoul .... Ua* .leewia. orraiaa o anrnad the rmaacUUy' sad othrrwisa, -libel Six Wlvw."
.. bout, high *...IMM girt. TV wtaa J.orary 22. 130DvSttto Tfcr I* a na.xfamu and TI tL'nSDAYt4ATtr'lLlhlTThrill
DSoto County HUth. f School.; ArcaUlc.: MoricU wa* awarded. a testate letter.January Hut; had a class* sofaitnimo Isjne-tiHMI far sera of It AHUori
6.. ape gear """ Jk.......... At mend sJUL If Uw atilt don awl easel Day Jam. tGter.h.aCondemned
Th Alpha Osneg Club was *< th. wsX haft Brad*a- n- I* SMMlOMrf and Ifby 1MUw
Lew Dsssler Rupert Smith i.ltwne Orr its Dates To Circle .nlert.ia.d with a ufmMargarvt oap. tan wee tesdhwg 2O-4. la the. ratns.usa ts.ae-beast the OfAlton
Editon-1 .cbJet II AwucUUi Editor pet. lair aMU' ....-.n.. Musa wed Vhaans. ,a.. Bulldogs. save ..-.dIa .the t.sse-Wait togas
January -lt Stat Nw.c
.. Cibdc.Jania.ry. IW. and Mr.*. 11.r1+n scored 12 potato and Brad*- .In pewsIIted.An Sophia Lore .
.... BUM, at the hans *CXT. Mw ton L tto maker the eves 21- MaL.Ww ., sash skit
Kat. Converse ..,.__ New .wvso. Kak) .-___ OLeM 1* Basketball. It.w'gev.ate: cm ears wen 19. La the. teat mart of th. a0radd be yreetd to theevsanrtl -
y -" ....,. cane with Obeabubee thr>, '"' final Arcadia acas..l Jan. 14 for av >**<- -
a MI Siarlag 4..... Law ana Malta --____ pra aL 2'1Ie ..--. -, ea- qjartar SUXDAy.Tt.Cry .
,-. cr Je*s eerier' _,[.MaaN JanMiry 12 FairJaawary tlueeassetel -J" ..., two anMkU h> avkh It 21-JL. sO Tb s.u4r.ta ta each ear I
Nee '
Sas.e of
.aler. _IIMM ___ pal... ......... La'. Awbl....--.. -__ MaNe..M... ...,... J.aty Itsa Tae ernea. was Dad ,.. sear' writ* and r>a* their aftJt.. They I' Bottles
14 Basketballsen The FJTJC Onrasaaa.UM. badnft thaaa. at 29-22 and 2S-2S.ThaU ay'. Y. eih.re. at g..--.u.c Dan. y- 5l-.q -4War'
',. Jayne Dozier.. Secretary DHS Publications h with S. iriswi 'lII.ret a .A-,.at IsrNh at tfc* aaKJ th* las Sweaty -- 4m adLass. ..a ...... ..au east fair it1a..! Is H *ftTaay
Miss Sidney Anderson Faculty Adviser Ounty. FUr starts. Heels at ._I' AZ-Florida. -]olse.'Tbe't.qs .". ... Buahvga ....... 2flibt'. Y la M..... Ma.....,I *T siirr4>
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< 4-B THE ARCADIAN.Arcadia.; Florida Thursday. January 9, 19C4h M _

r*#.)t TBl:?) UHI Tee and GreenR at the Mt. EphralHi Churcl
Fill 1 Cracks And F ,,': M "' .. Sunday motulng with a good
=: :; Hews From Owens Lyte* Wood broughtthe attendance. Special music was

aI, Holes Better -. mesasgea at both the morning .- rendered by the Choir and avery
Mr. and Mr, Mike Dye left ents and with Mike family at Miss Marie Morton, Mrs. ,Joe and evening service Sunday pretty duet by Joy' and r
nci Handl lita putty Hardens btu wood Sunday afternoon for their Nocatee. They were accompanied Patton and daughter Cathy 29th. All who attended Cathy Converse and good congregational -
after back to Tallaha *ee by and Joanne and Mrs. Everette enjoyed his message and we
home in TM1a.1 ee led by Mr
F PLASTIC WOOD Christmas holidays Mr. and Mrs. James V. Bean Johnson visited their aunts,. were happy to have him withus singing
p No Substitute .p ndlng the who' had .pent a few day with l\fra. Walter Barnwell Mrs.. in our Sunday School and it\!. J. Parrtsh wa enjoyed.We .
I The Accept here Mr* Dye's par-
----,1 Mr*. Bcanea parent Mr. and Oscar Barnwell and Mrs. Ancil Training Union, alao. were happy to have Mia
Mr. W. T Jlolden.Con8ratulaUona Young at Ft. Winder Tuesday. Mr. and Mr. Joe Ilolden Pam Koch with us In our Worship -
to Mr. and Marie left Wednesday to0" and children Eddie and Dinny .
services Sunday
; I Mr*. Neibcrger on the birth of turn to her s':'-idles at Jones were the Sunday guest of his
Station W APP Programs r their baby daughter who ar- Junior:College' in Ellisville parent Mr. and Mr*. W. T. Mrs Ethel McDuffy of Peorla. -
I l { rriycd". recently. a new additionto Miss., after spending the Holden. Also enjoying the Kansas, Mrs. Sammy Reynolds -
; ? the Arcadian family. Christina; holiday with her family dinner were Mr. and of Miami and Mr*. Cur
1480 ,on your dial ':', ',,' Also congratulation to Mr. father D. W. Morton and her Mr*. Jim Beane and. M r*. tl* Mill visited Mr*. Clara t.t .
.. and Mr. Jim Shelter of WaU- sister Mr' *. Patton and Mrs. Katherine Gray.Mr Stroble on Saturday Mr. Mc-
chula on the birth of their Johnson and their families.: *. Lewis Roan and niece
Y;: \" baby daughter who arrived at Duddy and Edward Johnson Miss Francine Corley and Mr. Duffy i t. here on a visit to her
WEEKDAYS THURSDAY CHANGES the hospital in that city Thurs spent a ''few days here the i last Murray Ballard of Arcadia children 1\.lrs.\ Armand Perez
.. 11:41 Tfce- Ar .4Wii day Dec. 26. Her proud grandmother of last week with their grandmother were the Wednesday afternoon of Carlatrom Field. Jackie
f 1 Sl
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on 0:00: H. a CHANGES Mrs. Katherine Gray i* Mrs. J. G. Johnson returned guest of Mrs. Clara Stroble Stroble of Arcadia Mrs. Curtis
an 4:01 1:0o :::::'lwwrrrrr M..M i w_..... 4:10: p.N.3. I.lr. pending A few day. with the to their home In Miami and family.Mr. and Mrs.
OS4S _.. a .10.. Michael Little Mills of Ft. Myers
'at : Shelfers this week. Saturday Johnson also E. H. and Garland
try Ioo:: :::.. a..$.w. .ry w_fA.r SATURDAY CHANGES The Fifth Tuesday meeting:, spent the weekend with themIn Stroble made a trip to Plant Reynolds and their families. ,
tfuc& ,-OS 00So l..I""' .....1 Merry"' C. *_104 11.0*,,4S $We.f..v.M WWe II..........r>........<. *..H.r.U of DeSoto County Church Wo- Miami coming back with City Tuesday on business for Rev. S. r. Beard left Monday t h'
::; Mw...r--, ... .Ge a..w1 men was held in Mt. Ephralm Mr. Johnson and MI.. Louise the grove company by which morning for Tampa to
Ml.q D..fl.wI. SUNDAY Church Tuesday afternoon. Sunday bringing; Buddy back Mr. Little I. employed returning
r.rw. $.nM. visit his son S B. Beard who
.00 New* Seminary S w......, Die :31st with a gxxxl attendance with them for a few more home late in the even- tt4
an "It"l..':::''''y'i Ttw a 'w./0.. 4:;SI7lOO $N.I.w..00ha Sommwry w...... from several churches. days visit before he return 1 t.* a patient in the Tampa; General -
"I40$ .Mw4s"' .. M.r.v"' Ge ........ 7:OS 6o..el MmMNew Mrs. Eugene Elkes of Tampa to school. Ing.Mr.. Clarence Beard of Miami Hospital and hi. wife who
,2:00 hiss .w....... .........._.''a w.,1. a LI:00! ......SJeimU C......... 4M.a.Wee....r l>e was the guest speaker and told Mr. and Mrs.' George Karrer and his sister Mr*. Morris i* staying over there for the .
LK "a,osI n' *.r Yen "JO *' CArne .f f.4 of her work with the Dean in returned to their home In Columbus Fletcher of Clewiston visited present. ". .'
lei. :;01 ooi New* H*.Merry 4br>e.Ce C WeelhetMmMel *lei>fi4 0:00:;: :=:.N..dlbr.sold. :..i....WN.Mr Tampa and PalmaCeia Baptist Ohio after a Christmas their father Rev. S. F. Beard Mr*. Alvin Jenkins left -'.." ;, .
;,?i _. .,....... her
last for
Si Y Of Tuesday of
2.00 level Newt fummery .
visit with to
Mr Karrer enroute
ha 10:00 Nn. mvrv eV Wewtrte Church of which she Is a member Saturday Tampaito .
mi >... WeeitKeeMosteel Merry O. .e.MM. to:os N. ': : DeleteMe and Interpreter for thl parent Mr. and Mr*. E. B. visit their brother who .I* a home in Lake Worth after visiting -",'\ .
M..dll./ W. rk tljOO .4UMe WeertHe* with her parent Mr. and .. -
> 0 New. > :
Church and the Converse visited In the Tampa hospital
: : in the They a 4 3 00 Ol NM Mmteal. H..Mvrry...._.Ge.>Weetfce awwl j ItiOl a.oo MereJnej New. ,...Werfcl......r A w.I Ia..M1....., many group phases of the work she in Miami over the weekend following a fall and Injurieshe Mrs. Lee Wilson since 'Christmas SELECTING 'INNERSlIarie: \ Nazarro draws
tr, 4.':00 Ol H T....... TI.SummarO .. f We>.... I aol 1 lOO I.........."H..II.. eletell ee"A We.t erHefey does. Her message waa very interesting before leaving tor thlr Ohio sustained in hi. duty a*fireman Day. the names of persons winning prizes given by the
1 I' e MB.4. ,., YwUS I. ...._Delete. and Informative to home with the Tampa Fire De- Arcadia Drug Store. Winners were Mrs.\ J. *'.
H $*lp.OMMONDAY 3:00 isle: TM New*L.Hfewdllwee Nwv e> Weetltee us all. We alao enjoyed the Friends here were sorry to partment recently. They stopped efebvre.. road racing set and Anitia Ruth Rohan-
R. CHANGES- 20/3443.; $Brew rrd.r*>..Hle.IK> Delete Beirtlet tosses messages,in song her daughter hear' that Terry Brewer son of on Sunday afternoon to let nan. a talking doll. According to Walter Dyke,
fl4S, ..Mfc ..*4 M.m. New H_ brought to u*. They song -Yes Mr.. Hazel Brewer of Nocate/ their father know his condition Some 3Vfe million American is an annual affair at the store.
...... tho give-away
TUESDAY CHANGES J,'OO New_...H_. & w..ta. Jesus Love Me" In both sign 1 Ie a patient In Charlotte Hospital which i I. not so good at homes now have some form of
.:...,1' Mrs O.* Dish 4:OO Ol 1..*W* ..In....Delete'." & w. _.... language and orally. Mrs. Dikes following an auto accident the present time. Friend of air-conditioning an Increase (Arcadian Photo)
.'01 ._.. I. D.a'e.WEDNESDAY Inter- Beards to hear of *. of million during the
J 5 OOS err eV We.H.., also demonstrated her Saturday night. Rev. S. F. the are sorry /
CHANGES. .:Of srw.N : OeSee pretation of the 23rd Psalm .. Beard visited him Sunday afternoon of this and hope better report past year. To sell this growing
.t41. H...'. T. Veteran. "JI.a :'slew Oft Mr. Bail recited it. Light refreshment while he wa* in Pun- will soon be All Programs LIlted Are Subject .*.. Chang were served after ta Cords where he preached A very nice and impressive nearly $2 million In newspaperadvertising News From Nocatee
the meeting. at both morning and night ser- communion service was held In JI $8.
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--- -- --- -'- --- --- Mr. and ..
JM DIANE MONTGOMERY thir and father Wr
tJ1 1 I Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Taylorof Hurh Patrick. 1'''l''
th Bradenton spent some time Tom Ed. James ,Carl :and
wl DeSoto Gas Company DeSoto County, FloridaPr.ogress I with Mr. and Mrs. J D. Mc- Mary Elizabeth Capell returned
Cormick Sunday afternoon. from Jacksonville after visiting -
They are former residents of their sifter and brother-

Nocatee.Mr. in-law Mr. and Mr*. Robert
Progress and Mrs. Cart Thompson -
.. and Mr. and Mrs. Clemm NeSmlth. While there they
: Thompson of McD rmot\. Ohio were entertained- by a number
spent some time with their of different friends.
cousin. Jim McCormick and New Year's Eva the Nocnte?,
23-Years I Mrs. McCormick on New Year' Baptist Church entertained the
tbi 5'5 Together Day. Intermediate department witha
n ; :' S S I Mr. Stanley Nicholson 1 is a Watch Night party. 'The
'j' .,.. patient in the Arcadia General game wereled/ by Mrs. Paul'
t" : and Mrs Joyce Stokes
Both( experiencing 23 years of rapid growth, expansion and progress +: ':;,, Hospital.Friends are sorry to learn of The refreshment table wits

II the in thisarea in mannej" expressed as "EX"I Jim Bergman's accident Sunday overlaid in linen and appointments .
: rand both serving. people a afternoon. He broke his with a large floating

)8'1 CELLENT': Now The DeSoto Gas Company is read to dedicate itself'VTO : f '' ;, collar bone; arrangement of polnsettas in
: .1 _. ,, Roger Johnson left Sunday silver and flanked by green

: Co_ giving excellent \service, for another 23 years. J; ,> jh4 ,. .,.. _. ;...' holidays'afternoon.;W1ttS"llsnl', after spending. ')!'.the toututn candles.in Other silver and appointmentswere crystal.

d w :P'; rNE" r .4' ... -- 1 4- v F.. 1.0',. .tv.. ,\: ,I............" : ''I'i ''I "'. c...... I !,t** Uie' irstivtlMy of Large silver tray* ,,heW, open.
0> face sandwiches cake, cookies
'J('" I Florida where he I I. d.tUdent.We ,
I' tf.J* ':\ ) are nappy! to learn that and hot chocolate was
'" ,'I' I! the Felton White have been poured from silver ewer, At
4 ", I ablo to return: home-from the midnight the church bell was
I hospital.Th rung. There were twent,7- wQ
h tl Famous NamoAppliances *Henry Woods have moved people attending.Mr. .
n Free Delivery into thd mew home next to and Mrs. Fount Ktlly
d I their,, ctore. and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle. Woods
f 'e 1 The construction of the were slness visitors In Lake
M To Your Door '/ Gcorg Proctor homer next to land on Tuesday.The .
tl Stl 1 ( a aM his store U progressing for Hev. and Mr*. Doug In-
E TAPPANTANKS I wan!. graham and Julie and Kathey
F Mrs. Conner: and family have and Baby Ann have returned
into of the Wal- from North Carolina where
a) # w y r D S moved one
f dron's houses. They moved they spent the holidays ,with
IIMS NORGE here from Homestead. his mother.Mr. .
M tw : ; The new hc..jse* that have and Mrs. Fount Kelly
bern completed here recentlyand pent the holiday in Lake
those that are under construction land with rtlatlve
BULK a are Imporving the Mr. Ellie Peterson Mitthi'
i ( BROWN look Up and down our streets and Stubble Kern spent! the
Mrs.Joe Jenkins and son. holiday with the boys ,talhcr
Rusty, of Miami arrived Mon- In Hornecteed.
IX ,
: I day for a visit with her mo- The Nocatee Jr. High ,Pas-
BOTTLE i CALORIC ketball team will play the,Blue
i Team of Arcadia. ThursdayJan. .
8. at 7OO 1''". in. the

,M : Fr.. Service On All ,Gas All Have) Lifetime Burner I. COLD SUFFERERS DHS game gym. *This o everyone.U Nocatee'sfirst com

Gee fo.. relief frmei that .che-.II- out and support the team.
: Appliances Guarantees e/ver./ worw4lar fowling due to/uWh :I Mrs Lyle. Wood and Mrs.
STANBACK-S ce.IM.....of..>!.. Tern Capell motored to Pufita
I :. Ii.. t raltyprove (.gredimt. reduce Gorda Tuesday to attend a
M ,...... :.i. IV*** and btiasr CMBfartlnsi relief.LNe llneerie''shower five i tvjiour
.. J/fOIt )" a*a gargle fur sore that due tocoU ladle of the Tee' and qrera
-tiL". ,' \ t *,.Sean Uck.Ub STA."IiBACK.1" 1.'a..1Ona Id burst .i TMU*

d : i-_......_... Ta JcJL _to r. bride t leer.
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M Radio Dispatched Trucks Always Ono In Your Neighborhood' a

G h j M i w 13 Trained Employees To Serve You '. i :.' ',';" O KNO G

: During the past 23 years DeSoto County has come a long' way, and The DeSoto 8

I : Gas Company> has kept pace because we plan for the future. For example .:il. .' 1st UnitedStates CongressThe

'" we maintain a fleet of seven radio dispatched trucks'to; serve you promptly* -
',,, > first rrcofrnUion of a Solidarity" of I lmrvts amon
and we have more than 120-thousand gallons of gas in storage ready ford -.*. the KhzU: colonies in America and attempt at Joint
0 'J action against a common, foe. were made:Jo' 176Q by
livery. Naturally we are proud of our, heritage. Our many fine customers Jacob LrWer. rcvnlulinnarr dictator. of N.w YorkJllw

have made ourcontinued success possible and we pledge ourselves to 'serve ,.',.. J effort the flnt were brunt ttlmaUted of Canadian by the invaaion fact that, and:fcw needed Virk>itpA or .

; I better during th enext 23 years-= here: in DeSoto County. *& i i 1 time wmt on from the early meting. of the C4>ntl-
',, you rental CongrrM, and accord In* to its record rf SepC IS.17S8. .
.. ann the ccary >iumb.?r of state had ratlfiad
' The Home-owned \ DeSoto County Company j 1 t the OMutitatioaw. the lint CotMrr! *** of the UJL wast aathorUed -
I to aArntU on the first \\'edne.daJ'.I. 3trthnexf

Planned For Today t' (March 4. 1789)) for the establishing c? theairrorvrnmenU -
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.' ; THE ARCADIAN.ArcatUu, Florida Thursday January 9, 1964 5-B

:.i' Our Arcadian 'I
<< Brownville News !
'.(Contlnued ;.Shrinks Hemorrhoids

plaguing ( fall w.- Editorial MRS. \VV.. miTCIIETT Ington. D. C. has returned I Without Surgery

from the t's Mrs. Msttie Williams spent home after pending the
terference. I the Sunday with Mrs Glen Smith Christmas holidays with her Stops Itch-Relieves Pain
In Michigan treaty (C3:'t ;cued frown page. 2-B :Mr and Mrs Norval Dargari later Mrs. Belly Ash and family Tar.tha/flrct lima arlanea ha* foundnw
heard any the cooked.Federal also Mr and Mrs.\. a H a ....UIIC aubatanea with the ...
1 late. It Is
t-c .
South "\ot1 n&mefroln- their tripto Mercer and family of ArcndU tonlahinr ability to aarfnk a.mor.'hold. .
burcacurats' have aa4 t 0 rallava pain-wlthoataarrvry.
how : '" of California where they spent .. In eaaa altar. ear wllUopllly
its race into been using this: frog-cooking ra early Christmas with PFC rvltvvlnr. pain. actaal raHiM-.
me these .* recipe to expand the controlof .... ,.......,....) took p'.f.' ..,
a- Ann of the Marine .. .
Joyce Bargor: araaxln*af all-. ...It.1' war ao tharuh -
ara, the ) the Central Governmentover Corps, and with their eldest that, .../'.......matt tonlihlna' .;

NAACP.'*.E.. C. Un- thuffiUs of local communities daughter Mrs. Frank Mev- OS statements ba a probUml"Ilka"PU The.a..have..... nand I. a naw t.
power I is and imlly On th* way back 70to .
407 N. lor decades. Theyhave h alln( aobataaca (BiaDyndla' >> >
net they spent one week- in Meo.' *..ry af a warld.famou n..rehta.ulut. .
the succeeded because, like; Arizona visiting Mrs. Darc..r'sl *.TaU>..b.tai.*.a la sew...ad.bl. .-

Editor. The the frog, the gradualism has brother Mr. and Mrs. Robert I Je6661I tailed. In. /VaaaralM-.rw. ar H"aatanea.gas At all drag
If you Sov lulled- taxpayers Into a false F1.hr. They enjoyed their i 1 .........
potket-sized.: by our sense of security When full trip, but the test sign to them
"James United was Rrownvlll. Fla.Miss I t I
rent satun of their sorry plight .
payer's; who Curia Ti dale and Cindy .... -
you ought = to cornea it is usually too late Tidale. visited Margaret'i r.; -' ;:E '
& to do anything; about It. Ann ...,, '
novel Williams and Patricia : :=.:_ !fJ
Rhodes has s- It is not too .late, however OZEL W MARTIN, JR. Williams Sunday afternoon. '_. :
... .
plished In lie, 13 halt the latest, attempt by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Murphyand I' f r. "
r fiction ;; << the Ktvierat Government to son Stanford enjoyed nine N I
the of take over: a fundamentally loci. days of hunting at Bonltj
Local Student :
state ( that .1 .nction In this thrust for : Springs They turned homeSunday I 1 MOVEDNcV

Ohioans : : to more'! power bureaucrats Are Earns ''C: :'I\V. j I '...., .
campaign bvcn ins:: il. f for legislation that Degree Mr and Mr w. Prlt- .w
cal;; sanity would hand over to the 'cd- hen visited Mr. mvt Mrs. I Location
560.00O vote era! Government the authorityto Av Florida A&M Norvsl' Iliircer Thursday' night. ,
-wherr1, : enforce air pulutioii control Mr aixl Mrs,, J. II. Godfreyand Your
governor .;: real 101 local communities. O=el W. Martin Jr. wa I Mrs. Louise Garrett from
ernment dim And using the taxpayers'own It'aduatl":> : <1 from Florida A&M Lakeland "i.ltd Mr and Mrs. I" i LocalExterminators
within Its the funds as bait (the cold university at exercises. on DM Tub Johnson aril fatuity Sun
that deficit Wio! water technique: ) the Kidt-rat" day ev nlne. 4
:0. lie> is the son of Mr. andMrs.
Government is offering to pay;
uly- J
provide Jobs Miss M..btPl| Mercer of WashGillette -
government svt two-thirds fit the cost of local On I W. Martin Sr.. of i
low people air palluttun: control activities. Arcadia. He Is a graduate' of E -, J
for : .Smiih-Urown tilth; school. L.
This grab for power Is being
taking their While at Tallahassee he -
to made in spite of the In.
trying | In Industrial Arts Education -
them." disputable evidence that thff TRFDT VET P *
During his schoolingat
Despite meat succomful way to combat A M he was a member Tropical Termite
air pollution Is through
guish from .i.f the nationally' famous
local who
; marching burnt ||
e playitlIxriUMiitn
4Tg*, politics: on has teen proved time n.ul: tint
litstrumeiits anti UMI S
-8.80O pickets again in localities throughout vt7aVm.BLUiltfBLADI i J Control Inc.
now ; I to be the first ArcMdluul ,
Ui" Nation! which InvtitutrU. --
House and ro n, : l play In the L ulLl. OWSU U0(.a .OV l| KOMOMT ; ,
satisfactory control pr)urams
c -Rhodes(campaign U of : early' without the need of any outside Martin also l was M inentUrf 1514t'1, 1" ."iI.- R
c- Industrial Arts Terhnl-: WAlnut 9.2361 1 1I
the state's : or- help. "
'e.r Society' und h'ld various "
byf bring .' \\n Air pollution" cannot bo controlled u.flea In the Baptist StudentIon. 10fa69' P1
13 N. Polk Av.. Arcadia
dictatesor .
by Vii>(hlnatot% ,
state ..
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i lie plans to teach industrial "-
;337 : ordinances' t.r statutei. It arts In Cleveland Ohio. .111 AIl.II1111l salami ,
rolls, can be achieved by membersof -- --- ------_____ _h________ _____. ... .. .---. -.-. -
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-' No Ibigln communities wtnkln* together --- -- -
ized ii. 0.15 : toward a common fouland
Liquor these cooperative effortsare
a. tut of a' a bringing results since the,
r tne-board U. 8. Health Service's own .
t r_. In hs Mrt statistics show that there has
. the ... .been" a steady rctnjctkni in air I CONDENSED STATEMENT .r"
out of the ., pollution In 213 urban areas.Let's '
t In March, ad- all hop out cf the pot \ I FIRST FEDERAL ,t'
presented 'a ie l ;ue before th w.,ter reti) bat hot
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($3.03 billion I \ .. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION .
to his ...-
budget, he a OF DeSOTO COUNTY .
It doe not

r standards of Alter the Clot of Bu Jnei$ Dccenibtr 31, 1963 '.'

'Tfclency.vides Itttsai'S t I t _.... +,y5rsr ,. "sM\o,4. 4. _...t.. -e, ...- .

services. I
operation to I ,
to economic ASSETS
Dy the wJ)

quest stick ; First Mortgage Loons .. .. .... .,..?.. :. $3,613,467.89 ..

Ohio the F. H.A.Titl.1 I Loons .. ..... .. .... .!.Ib.tr.. 4,951.37 '..'

ing. require l n M j Y P 1 LoaneonSaylnqsAccounh .. .... .of.-: 112,039.15, '

'de not" : Real Estate Sold on Contract .... .. .....:e.."' ..;.. 13,941.16' .. r
cannot selves out he Real. Citato Owned ,z \ \ _

prosperity." Less d.preclatlon .. ...;.......... 6672.99

what Perhaps : i Investments. in Securities: y'

bat. lets Stock In' Federal Home Loon. ,. .

will act to ... 7 s/ti, rl1 Bonk off' Green.boro ,50000.00 y

'derlusf 'In U. S. Government .
k adding $
to our Obligations .. 199,043.75 249.843.75.
'ready way \ I
dollar mark. Cash on Hand and In Bonks ..*'.......-<. 155,156.01 \
dollar bill' Office Buildina and equipment -' e.s _

fore"silver cannot -*. depreciation .... .......... 39,265.60

,the hard. money Deferred Charges and Other Assets .......... a_24032.37

.. .ernor has Rob:t"""' "' TOTAL ASSETS . .. .. ... ....... :;217.371.09


Accounts .. .. ., ....... ,$3,974,340.52
Lodge Savings Accounts pledged on Mortgage \

New l1 Accounts ... .. .. ., .. 2,419.70" 1

Loons In Process (First Mortgage Loans), ... 100.412.9S !
Specific Reserves ... ... 459.34
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rey O'Pry General Reserves ..... 141,738.58
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Monday Peace- River TOTAL LIABILITIES .., ... $4,219,371.09

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.fleer and C. 1 Assets Net. r1M: '
were: O July 14. I 19..N ... .._. .__w.. 2f5i.712.43! .- -
warden; Ran Ircm'' :31. It.! .____ G.U.t&6.1: r71.1IJ.fJ
ior deacon; i Ik..c.ml..' :31. IM9..... ......,.__. 1.\I-'JJ3'1.4: 7a.vi7l.tw
senior....... (l-.m'.r' :II, I WJ1 "",_' P .. ... _m 2.lZ779.A1: : 0. .1$1Z1
ton." Junior Ile*.mbr. :31. .I'XI. ..-.._...... _.. z.txiMM.nt' A-f'.or.t.&lJ
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I' Total' Dividends Paid Since. Opening of Assock ton, $ 837"2.92;
about rp.id ;wieysan.,'. egeip- .
+ Profut.ancl driving. saOlat /.egos D'' idcnch. Paid 'in 6 months ending. December 31 1, 77832.75, '

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Myakka Church Project Aiojpjr.- 'Bulldog's:: Tale BROWMV11.E.E NEWSMRS. Charm, Model

A WHO TO CALL Plans Gospel CQjpntinued from page 2::B)" (Continued from page 2.13) ". to (Continued oa page 8-JB) !
EVA YOUNG 'carired David back Bradenton Charm School. !
the' .f the Future
Eller, Beverly Roberts with
Mac DiU Field after he spent for the course i
J Rev. and Mrs. James Wilkins -
Songfest Sat.The 1I..1"" at the 1964 D""" L Sam Craves, Cherrie Denmead of Sun Coast Harbor were several days here With his will be held in the Home Economics -

DIRECTOROF Myakka City Methodist Suto<< QbUaty Fair. Then ea 81 with Mike Cochran. Robert visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mi- parents. suite at DeSoto High
church will prevent a gospel mqaabciv was given the ODportu Womack with I Norma Jean zelle and Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Mr. and 14.... Harry Johnson on Saturday. January 11. from
II .. .. 1. : songfest Saturday at the My- "Hy to s<.n up fyr vrk Head, and Phyllis Clement Young Monday morning.Mr. and children and M r.. 10:30: a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
akka City achool auditorium on the vonwaittec of their with George Agnew. All couples : and Mrs. Ralph Hamilton Annie Johnson of Owens visited sufficient number enroll the
OF DeSOTO COUNTY The program will begin at dMNce.It seemed to enjoy themselves and children of Ft. Myers Mrs. Ancel Young Wed- complete course which usuallyis
7:30 p.m.Groups. WN decided<< to have an at this exciting dance. were visiting his parents Mr. nesday afternoon.Mr. given for a higher figure
featured In the songfest exhibit at the fair Inez Bland Santa Claus was certainly and Mrs. Albert Thornton Sun- and Mrs. Lester Masters will be given for $10.00. t
SALES and SERVICE Include Pathfinder Quartet Vive President of Public lie,good to Paul Severs Santa day afternoon of Englewood spent ChristmasDay Classes will begin about"U
Lakeland; Smith Family latktns u in charge: of this brought him a "gold conver-: Mr. George Lamb of Arcadia with his sister and bro first of February and will cone.

Ft. Myers, Happy Gospel Singer activity. Chairman of the com tible. was in the community: ther-in-law Mr. and Mrs.. J. A. tinue for ten weeks. The groups
Advertising Form Equipment Oneco; The Arcadians Ar- mltt..e Is. Marian Christ and The Basketball team received Tuesday afternoon on business. Daughtrcy and children will meet on Saturday at a
members and a wonderful Christmas present Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mizelle to the
cadla. helping plan prepare Mrs. Everette Johnson and < time set up according:
The program will continue as it are Terry BreedJove.. when they received the Miss Marie- Morton and Urs. were in Sarasota Monday. number of girls enrolled ..and,

::... ::::.: :::: 'u..TI..ATIONAL... M.C.rwlek-T_T.-4.ta4 P.__ long as the audience likes, "It Mary Buruchw/CherreiljJea-:. trophy for winning first place Joe Patton and daughters:' >f Floyd: venttosee, his doctor''their ages. ,. "' .-* 3
2./4"' w..e .0.... ..__. ...... t.n..1.. .......... ......- /rr..- will be as near an all nlgth sing sup and Pat Pearce **" In the Christmas tournament. Owens and Mrs. Ancel Young for a checkup.AIr. Mrs. Weldon has' conductedthe
WAIMot .-..0.. ..... r-_ c_..... O.... a* you want it to be, Kev L. Float committee chairman Is I advise everyone to come: to were visiting Mr. and Mn David Daughtrey ..ndMr.Kat Charm School in Braden-
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C.-.v 331 w.., 0... -t. W. Colbert pastor said. Carol Sue Waltais.and.ielping: ( the game tomorrow night and Malcome: Fort lind. Mr. and McCleod .spent a few ton for several years. Among
= WAws 5-stet.. Admission will IMS chereed.IIeIIS her plan the: theme and,'dec see this great team In action. Mrs. Alebrt Bamwell of Ft. days' last week at Everglades the graduates of her school is

Air Conditioning orate the float for the. fair Another successful dance Ogden and Mr. and Mrs. Bill hunting.Mr. Miss Florida, 1962 whom Mrs.
parade is Lynn Parkyn Jessie was the one held at the Coun- Barnwell Tuesday afternoon. A. B. Curry and son Bill Weldon advised and chaperoned -

CIMfMAL. ILICTRIC -K..m Air C... Furniture Stores KM!And ClearJtchySkin Burfleld. Cindy dine Sylvia try ckib. This dance found Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Har- of Coral Cables visited Mr. and during her stay in Atlantic- -
..., tJ Wkm ... 0.... Edmark. Betty Lou Christ and everyone nelson and Claudia of Fort Mrs. BIU Darnwell Saturday.Also
*. ..f'.W.. ...... '-72" COMntTI e/... ............. N Donna Davis. the "Galaxies. a wellknownband Myers spent Tuesday night they were looking over Weldon met with all.ih.ig2
MM I.._ ...*... _.. 'e_.. Ar.wdl Rash! An annual event of the fairIs kept the dance going and Christmas Day with their property. They are hopingto Home Economics classes oThursday ,'-
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and caused most girls to wear
0eII 5b.e. ?*- WAImi *.,;a.,. the joint Dress Revue on her sisiter and brother-in-law start building soon. and gave the ,gicls_ Awnio4sPROTECTu Zmino-liquid or ointment doe.. Wednesday night which is'presented out their dancing hose.That's Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thornton. many useful tips on makeup.,
antuwiMie, promptly -
=: NOMg pu.ssNlwos .1.- totef1t.I' and so by the FlfA and the It for this week. Keep Mrs. Robert Barnwell andWa.ne poise and personality. As -sr! nA
..5.... Ar.d/'e ;;,. k.: : : clearhnsud.os going those books 'I
on remember the
skinruhca. 4-H Club girls. This it result of her presentation
year of Arcadia and Mrs. Anderson
Ak-wlp. .. ......... /w.eer.. __ I Maj.
......... W.'f' cloy Iw1 ... A.M. W ""r'e 1..w. prebl.M_ Buy XxtraStrength will be held on January 13th at exams aren't far away. Shorty Mulford of Clevelandand Future Homemakers decided: '
... ........... .. d..... 0..... Zcroo for zemo 8:DO p.m. at the fair grounds Beverly Roberts has been Mrs. Ada Keen and Dilly Receives to sponsor the modeling coursein
stubborn I Degree
Gee C. ,_ ..... pw/ \ eases
DMtiemtM." .p JO4 W ..' .p... ....... Office Suppliers and the FICA committee planning given a rough time by a cer- of Ft. Ogden and Mr. and Mn. Arcadia. ,_ _
rii WAtov* S-4141. ,- .- ---- the theme and preparing tain group of boys, who liketo Harry Johnson and childrenof Army Msj. Andrew H. Anderson Anyone Interested in the
porn AII YOU o'rtci suPpl/Is the background has as its tease her by making fun of Owens were visiting Mn. whose wife Ellen lives course is asked to contact Anrf .W
I.. "'.Mrfto o.tw. ...... (30 Weel members Connie McCormick her hair. The other day they at 123 S. Pasco Avenue Arcadia Fletcher: Joe Nell Bennett
Bottled ,Gas 0... .._. MM.. w..... ..2.... Evelyn Barnwell- Christmas .'
COMPLETEFLORAL chairman Carolyn Evans Karen casually said her hair reminded Fla., received a Bachelor Vivian Kinsey, Cheryl Woods""" *
Guard. Kathy Converseand them of brillo pads .(I hope Day.Mr.. and Mrs. Lester Hill and of Arts degree Dec.: 22. or Inez Bland. The girls make

I w.RIlMt. 5..N roil, ;;;..2'MS M.iml beak M.track M*. Prescriptions Patsy Wallace. they meant the pads withoutthe son of Ft. Myers 'and Mrs.\. Ro- from Park College In Park- up the committee on wrange.s1 era
y. CeNe. N ... ..ekee Monday evening after school pink soap in them). These bert Barnwell and Wayne of ville. Mo. ments. Mrs.\. Converse or Miss

;..... 0-.."'.D.a.t.Pea akhe.3.:a.. C .f'TN. .ACCUMATI1Y..... ..4H ummuw.*m4 f fu*. the committee in charge of thFHAFFA boys also gave Beverly the Arcadia and Mr. nod Mrs. Dilly Park College Is the only college : Cantrell FHA advisors .wilt-
W.. 0.t. ..... WA j-4fo1. KM*.. o**. s N... I.Mgh.I..,.s w tttfftM.. e... SERVICE concession: stand In nickname mouskrat becauseof Young and children of FL in its five-state area which also be glad to give information -
**''tet. ..*... WAhwt S- tll. in the main building/ at the the fur on her coat! Its a Ogden visited Mr. and Mrs. offers military personnel a about the course.
Holtzendorf fairgrounds met and decidedto good thing Bev has a good Ancil Young. chance: to complete their education -
Building ,Mote rialsCOMMrTI : Printing, Una clean the stood and have it sense of humor. Miss Mary Lou Miller of Ar- under Its Military Degree .

open on Saturday January 11 Dickie Johnson blushed cadia and Mrs. .I. A Daugh- Completion program.
retail stores and 8 wholesale
LIHI k-rfMh. ......... TNI ARCADIANOt LeN_.ee s.4 Flowers andNursery for the first time for the convenience : brightly when CheryT Flanders trey and daughter were In Major Anderson was last
... ... P-.e. OQtMNty ._.... _.... Just mentioned seeing him .. units. throughout the South
... ....... c__ ..... '-"'. of workers and personnel Tampa Wednesday afternoon. stationed at Fort Lcavcnworth
113 .eek "Me."' ,.. 10_ ..... jtf *. ***. riMM WA .-**.I. at the fair. at the Drive-In the other night. Kan. compared with 601 retail stores

WAlMot.2..1.. Othr items on the agenda Cheryl couldn't: figure out and 9 wholesale units ,a year<<

Ready-Mixed Concret WA 8-1431 were the! decision' to sponsorthe what all the embarrassmentwas ago. I
about but then decided FHA Calendars
modeling and charm: courseto : --
Dolomite lAOT-MHtiB. COMC..TICkMM C..ww. 12 East Magnolia be held here and the ordering maybe It was best not to know. WinnDixie, ,Inc.
5..b. Arcadia Florida Cynthia Clarke was real excited Being Sold AsGroup's
::'w.- of FHA pins.
re. PtTil121b' ...,.. .......... O aglpl14e..reb: In Sales GainJACKSONVILLE.
the engagement ring
e64 IdYlb _eI ......, ..e N.etw9 ...._ .... ..... .WAM.sa5s1.. over
** WAIre1. she received for Christmas (Special)
441 WAlMttlMl lT: JRoofing from Alfred King. Congratulations Jan. 2. 1984 the -A sales increase of 9.15 per- NYRTINO Yank
WORRIED? NERVOUS to you Cynthia.The annual FHA Calendars went cent was recorded by Winn-
.00...... .Cm. yq ........ =..; Basketball game was sale Dixie Stores. Inc. during The t
on at DIIS. The calendars R.YdI64T'Q"RVO
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Drug ...... WA'5 W1.4' Change-of-Llfe? very:: exciltng last Friday night had been scheduled to go on 4-week period ended Dec. 14 _
when the Bulldogs whipped the .sale the day before school was compared with the corresponding : '
CU llTf ... N ..... ......... mind.' Cot welcome/ ,e".' Clcwiston tigers, one of the out for the holidays but there period year ago. The W b.M
--.. r..,..t, ..*<.-( --- TV Soles & SerylcaDONAlOlONt eOver g' ,. special/ woman's rnedfclno toughest teams the Bulldogswill In local Kwlk Chek store is a I ..... ......_... u
....... **..<... .*.. ...... ,M. was a delay printing. They
"! AkrN, -..... 1. do-take a special. woman *, play this year. But the however were available during member of the organization. .
H..<._..... ... medicine-Lydia F. Pinkharai Bulldogs proved no team .Is The volume
the holidays from certain was 908.133.715 .
.... ..-..., .... T.... .. ....... .... developed '.
Veicetable Compound ,
them and
4 Wk/N' ...... Ah* kwd.e 1_ tough compared to FHA girls and the Home EC. compared with 4.785.404 last ,
Dry CUan.rs ... etyte C.rb "' ewe.P. Don't dread those seemingly by a woman-specially to went off with a top winning teachers. year an increase of 3338251. YOU GET
.. ... and CAN
1'v, endless years of mlaery help women by rellevinir such ,
.-......., .......... .T discomfort of sudden hot functionally caused female score.: The school spirit at the These caelndarsi are sold for For the 24-weeK period end-
WICItMT. d.Pwd.kk< ..>!.'. tv kp.ea -- P.... ...... db} flushes wave* of weakness and distress.irritability. game was tremendous. Mike fifty cents,each. and are one of ed Dec. 14. sales were $381- RELIEF FROMHEADACHE
. N --. .......... .1.._. o.e..teee WAT' 5..545.-.CeII tId.0........... .. ., ," There ,to a special t In doctors'tests woman after" Cochran and Wayne. Hugheshad the chief money making projects 288.054 compared with $314..24 .-
tY_ ww..e Ie....-...k trite 10._. V. 'L.0eII: *tM, to !... T.... woman's, medicine which can woman found that Pinkham's) a set of bangoo drums and of FHA. Sponsors receive 55. an Increase of $16- PAIN'STAItBACX
orr- -4; relievo those heat waves,weakCompound gavedramatic help all the yellers really went "na free calendars, and students 802.099 or 4.50 percent. '
.......... rms. nervousness, so you can to all I this without. costly. shots. '. tive". may purchase one from the Winn-Dixie which operates I gives you FAST, relief --J
enjoy life attain. 80 that you Irritability la soothed, hot 3 'George Agnew: and JanlsOder from !pains, of = neerstfia, ,
:Transportation Service [ FHA who will .be a number of supermarkets In
Exterminator girls selling Stttsritis,and minor of
can ones more be an affectionfls.Is s ..."'.1.)<<1. So.don't kit and pains srttwMte,
In their
a f .to wife and mother. brood and feel'unable > were so engrossed them. They may also be obtained the local area, now has 621 rkeusistlssi.. Because. STANBACK
I r ACSB,iv a.-. M..'.;.ed sWM. If you are going through( the yourself. You ran feel t better dancing last Saturday night at from the Home EC. contains Mv.rsl! atsdicsll-appra os1 --,
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I TlT'St l TtHMITt CONTSOU eN__ .t.e.Pala. :L Tr.N..p. change, Do.. Get untie Lydia E. Plnkham the Youth Ceiter they didn't teachers, Mrs. Converse and and' preserved ingrccUsnts for fast
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J t A..M., ,....... ...... "''AJ WAtom. i.a... J. W. Hmr countless thousands of women Vegetable Compound today. notice ..U1\. staring eyes on Miss CantrelL The calendars ALL .tOils rsltaf. you can Uks STAM8ACX with

re "oenlto,, medicfc.0 with the eenlls no_o LYDIA E.P1NK1IAM IT :4) until after the dance. have sold rapidly this year confktsncs. StifactJosfiMrantsedl2Otf S.sir d
Tree S nricSUMCOAtTTIIII ---1 and only a few are left. 3-IN-ONE'OIL aTA1. JS-t i
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; ........ s.II W..s OM''.......' rw forty*.-O iun4.r<'-.P::*rt ttttmuti Ml **..447 fttiml Mt months.. Miss' DIIS. Jayne Do Prevents Rust ..=. .rsf' ..
4 !b.a. WAM. .I S-71SI. ,.. MrM OX 4V If 41 Vt.l.. 444-411* ieI'. .Is featured as cover girl for .
: the calendar IUBUt-t.ll SMAT-UICIIIC MtTII 294 69* 951 I
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KIW4HI4 Club. .:1O P.M, D.S4to restaurant HERE'S WHAT WE DO: -._ -
TovrUt Club 7:00: P.M, w."n.**. Club Ho.,4OwBlllary. f
WWI, Vita end 11:00: ....., 4rr4li4.. N. D.-t. A.,..
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Check Fuel Pump i .

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Publls. Library. H....... 1:$0 ,. S.1O I...., Library; Su1111n5 Tighten Manifold ..

Youth A4llvltl44. 7GO P.M, Youth CotttorM444M4. Adjust Carburetor -/t 8 lr..ee
S.-OO: P.M. ....."1. T4mal4 ;
J. Check Air Cleaner
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t Mbl)4) Library Hour*. tIJO: .. 1:10 P.M. Library. ...11", li.. alactrlcal "PEPUP"If e.l
A Vo.tH Actl'''$... 70: P.M.. Yowl C4i.t4fToMjrlot

a ;. Club. 7:00 P.M, w...."'. Club H..... Only $".95 Only ....S

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4 Gad S Cylinder Car All I CyMs.. >ee4> Car -
SUNDAY JANUARY Iturcitoot heart far 1L..epos. bettor all year I /

..,." ... atFor AU AUa4). ,*,. Ctewrob .f y... CKtLloU ..k- PLUSCLIP EbetrfasI Contractor far a 6.e wiring .4

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P> O Elks. SAO .P.M. Slho. HomoriorMa Free Gold Bond Stamps Credit xlrl.5 ... sa the,; afl sbctrls'Astasra.FL8RIBAP t j -
f' Notio.al Ouar4. SAO P.M. Armory and ..' ,
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** ..wl/q (........... L.....). Kit .P.M. Sow..u.... Joe's Pure Service \

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Point Restaurant R.v. J. N. GI"t........ Ii C. ft." HUHary and Wltldd ii Su* Freer Pali. *. Sal,* Prle
Sunday School 10 f-m. SUNDAY f...| ..' ..11> *,,
John r A. M Sha. ..ha*_ Morning Worahlp 11 ajn.Tralninjf ji Bible School 10 OO a JTU' fUMne. .. fleelf' "t.p.t'I..y' ) .
*Be A G.... Nelghber* Union SJO: 'p.m. Moralivd. Worship 1':00 1: amKvanlnd 14 Oak. .U WA .S7tRoberts
Kv ninc. Worship 7:JO pjn. Worship 8:M' pan. a
Prsyer Service rjo p.m. EA g 1 &"""ft.' BH>I. study: 7:JO p m.
t'k +w O W. 'Invite YOU to worship.
SOUTHSIOS. 'BAPTIST. with ua.rmsT. Grady Funeral' Home
JUlf Sawth. HllUbaraugh Avenue ASSIMSLV or GOD t4 Naur Amkulenae. Service -
NoYol Stores. Company 0".... ..... -14.1. R_ $.52.1. s 4 tr SUNDAY W. f} | ;V;
l SUNDAY t Sunday Reboot' 5 43 ajn.Murniits 'pot N. Brevard Ave. WA S-4101

i Meeatec '. Sunday School 945: ajn. Worship' 1/totiVSM.
I "d.I' Morning' Worship 11:00: a.m. SUNDAY ..
In Training'Union SIS: p... Cvengallitir. Srvt.t:JO .... .
Xvepiax. Worship 7:30 pjn. WEDNESDAY: '
WEDNESDAY .*..,., and Prsbe 'ftarvlce7JO Bill Kelly ;
&fld Vreek Worship 7JO:; PJNOCATIC D pm.
CALVARY M v.... ..'er........ lit Lhreeteafc. arCoals
Cevrteey af Yeur : CHURCH Or O 00' MArTIBT aid) Order BuyerAraadla

Friendly; Shell.,Dealers Sunday School 10:00: a..... Highway 79 Bart. .esoo5 WA S.tM1 _
Morning Wonhlp 11:00 sjn.Cvanlng t Raw Ofdan. Hi... reaUrSUNDAY
Whe Ala' Handle' Famous Geedyear"Tlrej Worship 1OQ: p..... IsL'La( ;J' < ) -nes
!and P.t1..'" l '. TUESDAY Sunday' Behest ,Nit SA.MnrnlBC ;:
Prayer Servlc'':SO P.... "f Worthip. IIM: sm.
THXjnSDAYYouof Training' Union. f JW pj.. The Arcadian
People Service 7K(4QCATSrAPT1T pj.. '1"1- E. Even I"* Worship 7:ao> pjn.WKDNBAOAY .
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I. Per The rineet.tn Quality! Prlntm. ,.

Nocotee. Cities Service' rLL lrsyer Servfc* Ue; JMB.BSTMSL SoyTtOf w... Oak Street
Cltlaa' ........ ProductsMeata SUNDAY N rer ha the future seemed l mom exciting .-. or mon dUturblmrlwe I Today I MISSIONARYBAPTIST ......... rierlds. WA S>S/O1 :.7Lolthley

C reeerUe' .lea .. Bait. ... Sunday School S** am.Marnlnr dream of flight to far stars; about Intelligent life on other pUnata. We look. } CHURCH ..
rishlna' Ta.kla Wonhlp 11OO: am. at our own earth with clear eyea. and dUcuM the possibility of world broth... t SaH Cyaraas Sk e f
Training; Union 9:45 pjn.Xvealac MartN Raa.ra "Ava.'
hood world world
peace. ,
Meeatea, 1" .. WA! f ")ff Worship 7.45: pm. SUNDAY
An these thlnes going to haoren We don't. know. But we do know that. Sunday School S-41 ..... Von Petten & Ion
.FIRST BAPTIST' CHURCH aothinjr ia impossible. Morning vrorttup lioo: snt.Kvenlnc _
".". SKapaerd" Bryan Worship 7;JO .. ...
N. ".''Ic A HMtkery In fact Jesus fells ua that all things are possible with God. He wants us j wrowsaoAYPrsyet Fu''.''l Home :M:

DeSofo Notional 1 Bank SUNDAY to understand that God U Infinite power, as weU as Infinite love.The foolishness =.7 JO pas.IROWNVL lOt .. Oak. SC WAS-Sal. 041
Sohool'4S' ....
ell AraadlaServing I Morning WanblD UGO: : .... of men cannot affect God's plans for the universe,or Ills lore for each one of ua. BArTISTCHURCH .

DaSata Ceenty WHft Training Union S.4J pj Faith ia what we need faith Jn the certainties upon which the Chris. SUNDAY

......."ve Basking.. ..*.. 1ffTLefebrre Xvenmg WnrAljr. eoo: pjn.WIDNWQAY .. lisa Church L founded. When we put our lives In Coda hands, tjjere Is no need Sunday SclwaJ. IO/OO: sjn.Morntoe Form'S."Ic., ''JtCe

MId-W k Service, 7JO= PJJINOCATSS to view the future with doubt or dread. All will be well. Warship" I lltw: sm.Training Ya.r -r'UrllNAOaalar' '

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SUNDAY' )lmaay Ts.sday W.aa.day Tb.r..4y tr1ay I *. BtiUe Study 7JO ..... P.0...... f'1171Sunny
Electric Service Co. Fisk.. MattKrv Naltb.w Mark Asti I CaHU>iaJMtr ;
Sunday Bcbeol 1tt.G: em.aComiac s.n-xs >l0 !0w ..
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........... Bwepllee. Sales A Ssrvlas ..Wersnip HJ>9 am.TowU '
Service 7 JO pjn.WVDNSSOAY .
Meter A Pump Repair 1S4 W. O.k SlraaJiMUnamlnaUan .

SS W. Mat tIa WA .-(*1 Prayer Same 7 JO p.m.vsRET 1 *! rull O .p.l
WMtey' Scbaal MOO ... South Packing
-. u-r..1Q .......... II... say Company
Maple aue.t In VMIa RlaaBratkar .... .. .. "
CMUftCNMa Marti s ad alb n ;. ..i"'" 7 JO p.
M. Bat*** ( *.a.r af lh. aawthari* tin 0.._> SUNDAY' ..
Taylor's. Superette BUNDAYalbi. Baallat C..*...ll..n) SUNDAY 8wlde7'' ashen 0-4. am.lne TRINITY' MITHOBIST. 4
>> School S-4S am. wn ........ .
Ht/lsba'.ph/ Aw. Sumlay.*. leeS .JM.Worvhlp .... Warship ll-ee am. CHURCH
see w. Hiekenr WA ..1101 Morntag Warship a4S: .... Araadla. FLr1dW..kly Monwac lisp: am. H.YJS .JO pm.TUEADAY IV..a. Oak ... at O'...e A... #II
Junior Church 1O-45 ea ( Scb...J... ..f hn-kft') TI........ Unease .-Je pjn.Wer It...... ...... +:JO ... He_. Rapm..d Hsyea hues Feo4 CentetC
Where We PeatssrsCIAU" Wee BndJPrleae ToutS_M _1.35 pea.tmul SUNDAY z-aa". hlp TJM ..... SUNDAYS .
SI. D.... A Week Sunday' tk'-"f f-:+$ a..n.MartUnc WEDHUDAYPrey. Ca4U<. Prayer. M.Uag leaday tiaal .4. am cHJa. Wra...|...} t.b4IN ''''''..
wrr.7ft'' Wor Mp IIJMTralaln ...... ... B..rlc' 7M pas.CMMIST'IAN 70: ..... ........... WavtJUp' lr.B am. Fmd La B.a. .
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SUNDAY SUNDAY au l*..a watar laws. All laa.. .. .._ WA *.ool .
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Pork Hocks FRESH ,.33 PORK ROAST Ib.-39c :

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x Pork Loins ; -,- RIB, HALF ib. 49C

lb.Pork Loins .
LOIN HALF ib. 53C, _
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HI ICE/ RREAM t FUror AB* &L 59c Sandwich CookJes LARALYNN : 39c' 'I 'DAIRY SPECIALS I -

Rice Kris, : ... 29C "
Del I Monte 25C '
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FROZEN iO 2VJ vCheese ."- ._. ,.. DELIGHT. '
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.. $ I KrautChicken .... c..n r.L.,2 "lb.9. 69C, Sliced Cheese,1Ct: 2.9cI ..
I FRUIT Th.Of Sea Tuna CHUNK h: 29 c ELKHORN. M.OCK CHEESE; .lb.59P'ES c. :
01. Niblet Corn 79c LONGHORN CHEF.5E..Ib.
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