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: November 5, 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: UF00079901:00045
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Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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12 Pages 10 CENTS" Arcadfa' Florida Thursday' November 5, 1064 Volume XLI. No. J

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BARRY GOLDWATER y.. IIAYDON BURNS. Future Teachers Consolidation Of Twe State November 813Proclaimed

Sponsor Nat'l.Education Hospitals Seen Here Soon As

Write-In Votes r WeekSunday Savings Week
; Plague Sunland School few registered nurses, and hundreds .

through Saturday untrained Institutional November. 8.13 has been

November 8.12 has been for.. To Be at Dorr workers.Today. proclaimed" by Governor Farris
he. there
said are
and and
merly declared locally Dryarvt as Savings
Week nine doctors.. between .30 and Loan week the
nationally as Education on state level
County Poll Workers At DeSoto High school the 40 registered. nurses, social and by.. Mayor laul. I*. Sprrr' ,
Future Teachers of Americaare workers, phychlatrlsts, PSycho. Arcadia on a city level It was
loglsts. '
occupational therapistsand
sponsoring the weeks actl announced here today."
vities and extends to the general an Industrial therapist as The Mayor's proclamationread

""Write-in votes were the tlon Center and six at the Of the 13 amendments, with public an open Invtta. ., well aa a tiaining program: as followsl
for .
headache of poll workers In Court House. only 12 out of15 preclnts reporting tion to visit any and alt classrooms v' personnel.The
.. and John Treadwell,, time indlca. and become acquaintedwith : hospital spends about .
DeSoto County as pencil hap. Kynes by press ...and.on half mUlion dol PROCLAMATION
py voters, facing a slate of Third were writen in in placeof lions show that amendment school accomplishments.The .
Jars a In salaries and
unopposed candidates, seemedto Falrcloth as Attorney Gen. 1. 2, 3 carried while four was Future Teachers of year on
buildings Dr. Adalr said. He WHCHKAS.: the savings and
write in the first name eral. II. L. Johnson and I. D. behind 237 to 290; amendments America, made up of high 1
also stated that loan Institution contribute lmmcnsely .
coming forbids
that came to mind. It slowed Eller took four each in the 3 through 13 'were slightly a. school students who will be to. up
In the next few weeks to the economic
vote counters down until the race for State Representative, head. Precincts 13. 10 and 7. morrows teachers are waginga .
will be a 9493.000: gymnasiumand ..,..owtb, progress and homebuilding
three largest polls at t h eCourthouae with Clark Brown and Robert the County's largest precincts poster campaign through out occupational therapy' of Arcadia and. the Rev, Orden Rice:
School Bus Barn Sorrels getting one each. still had not reported. A detailed the city", and county to get re.
building I35O.OOO ward State uf riurlda in general
and Youth Center were Into Mrs. Juaruta Holton got three report will be carriedin sidents better acquainted: with new .
the middle of the day Wednesday write-ins in the Registrationoffice next week's Arcadian. the school system building, and. a 9ISO.OOO re. and. Reception At
_._ nova ted ward. Nearing com.
before returns were slot against Cline Hay. -- ,WIICKCAS.. the general welfare .
completed.But man. Sheriff Holton. by unofficial and pletlon now 'U a new lauitdry of eur cilium has bene<. Calvary Church
county offices: were not count had racked up recently completed U a filed greatly because of the

the only. ones to come up for 243 in 14 out of 19 precincts City Council Gives Go kitchens.new .Church and two new persistent' encouragement of Sunday NightThe

scribbled In names. Scott Kelly against a write in for Jack The State legislature will be thrift and home ownership by
three votes at the Youth Duncan of ,). Other write-ins
got asked for' 93.0OO.OOO to con.solldate the savings and loan instttu. Reverend Orrfen Rlc I *" 'f
Center and Robert King High for one or to times each for the 'two units, known lions, and.WIIEIICAS.. Calvary. Baptist Church Has>

tallied seven. High also grab sheriff were Walter Wheeler. locally: aa Dorr. and accepted: a call to become
bed off 14 at hte Negro Recrea. Wayne Sanborn Pat Hansel Cartetrom. : the public confl.
On ACL Pastor of West LauderdsleIlaptlst
and Pete Brewer.Superintendent. Signal Parkingwill Or. C. U. ADAIUK with the Dorr facilities being dente In savings' ana loan in. I
Church Fort Lauder.
of Public turned over to Sunland TrainIng sUtutlons in the State of florid '.
dale Florida.
Instruction Hugh Flanders to. school for the older men. Is evidenced" by the fact t
In Dr. C .11. Adair Superlnlen.
Enumerators tally retarded which will take Sunday November. wilt
that of these v
taled. In 14 out of IS. 1464.with Final plans have been pre. be made Into parking dent of the O. l Pierce. Wood rare of the unteachable and resources Instltu- conclude his work In Arcadia.
tlons exceed five billion dol.
DeSoto Farming approximately 342 for pared by the Arcadia city. en. areas by removing only. one Memorial state mental hospitals untrslnable patients 1.1' There will be farewell' r*.
Charles Weaver as a writein.Otrt.T gineer for the development of row of the now existing palm. here, spoke lo Arcadia Ho.Uriana Hy so ronsolldstlng. Dr. '. lending more than. one reptlon In the Reception Roomsof

Census /Hamcd+ names written-in for parking areas along the AUan. and leaving the row of cedars: here Tuesday t>.rh.. Adair .said another full unit billion dollars annually tor the churclt Immediately& '
construction and
the office were T.Capell.Walter tic Coastline that line the alt effect DeSoto County's, Improvement .
raaroad property avenue, pending on tco.nrmy = : large as and similar to Carl foltowlng the Sunday' night!
purchase uf homes In this i
Enumerators have been Hipps. Buck. Weaver. Margaret from Magnolia to Hickorystreet lease agreement with ACL.A the state Institution strum Field will be added 'to Slate' and. Worship service at J3O pm.
named in DeSoto County" for Murphy, Claude Jones T. C. and were presented to new development in the have had and told briefly. of the county. Consolidation All member and'' Irtend. are.

the 1944 census of agriculture Brown Sr.. Dick Brown and the City" Council In regular parking lot under negotation what the plans are for the would, mean more efficient WlienRAS: the great' ma. cordially invited toltend.' .

according to Anthony.
ton. crew leader. Enumerator.In Lewis Purvis got 2 votes as The ACL parking areas have Sr.. and property ownersIn Dr. Adalr said that when he.. units. and more savings. and loan .associations

the county' belong to a force, County Judge and James been on the cU"'. agenda for th. block between Polk and came her there were only I a personnel representing aaets .f aver lilt

of 23.OOO throughout the nation White got one. Such tongue. some time and a leas ..,.*. Monroe, avenues bordering .---.I.. &U&.... tAruugn their trade as.uclstlorv Fire Destroys
In.th.cheek added to the over meat' with ACt calls. for .
employed temporarily by for the pro. Magnolia street, s the United, Stales
the U S. Qureau of the ceo- time: ,payload of. the county.>Hrt1r J.CIII $orIb'h eSotdmvww.ha .,,Jsuax..osV.. property :-. fUU ;Circuit-Court: Fire' 'DepartmentIn ; : ., ..... !rare..Lag t. .will. .Trailer Ncnrih "'
lea ro..tJ3. \. ar. '. census. of and to the headaches ef ,the -already b**n proposed. tacit yenta rather than the _.... b. """' lhJ" *th lr ,.s.v..t.r.IIte.. \
Agriculture. counters. however the 1 lease will be held nal Ira and has been met. with Set for Nov. 9 Noc To end (12'| Annual Convention Of. Arcadi"yA ;

Th. followiwng persons have up pending further negotations objections by property. own. tee this year &in Florida during
been appointed: Mrs. Janice for the property' along DeSoto ers in the block. In DeSoto Co. November a. Uj fire of undeterralned" orl.

B. Brewer western one.third Five Students Avenue south of Oak Street A meeting between' the Show New Truck gin completely swtrw) s d.l a

of OeSoto County., west ofPeace The CouncU; appointed Mayor Council and property owners Three criminal& case and NOW. TtirMKronr:, i. r. p. house. trailer (Iac..*... r>.Highway ,

River; Mrs., Ann P. From DeSoto In Paul P. Speer' to handle the was held Wednesday night atOO one civil suit has been ache Noeslew's potential tlr. d*. $p.er Mayor of. the City" of 11 at the tnt..*sa.>rtH. with
Dykes, area including Arcadia negctatlons: and enpoweredhim .: p.m. Just at press time duled for Circuit Court whenit partment .. Arcadia' U., hereby' pruclalm the Cubitls road af .r*) .m.
U of South Will. a demonstration .
and eastern part of county; Fla. to sign lasa when the and the matter fully discussed.' convenes' !' here et Mood ay'. Saturday Nov. 7. at .the week at November' ...13.IM4 Wednesday morn......'/.*> was

Mrs. Minnie R. Furdy, Nocateeand Five DeSoto County students negotations are completed. Results will be announced la. Nov. .. with .the lion. John J. the Ctvte Club Building when aa SAVINOH AND LOAN reported by' Assistant/. Chief.

Ft. Ogden areas. are among a record .,.e.. *o. Under the engineers plans tar. but It was mentioned In Justice presiding a new fire truck bull! by WKKK In Arcadia soil. urge. I..amon TsMnllnaon. wink. gns*
Enumerators are key.. In agrl. rolled at the University. of the property south of o.k st.. the Tuesday. night meeting that Case one Is stet of Florida FlOrida firm gels a good work .the ellUen/ uf our eonwnunttylu wend the) bias t .';'.
already approved by the .. another lot of the sam sU as .. welcome) the Ihouaand.. .fsavings trailer hail bae> ;.fwla
cultural census. It is the enu. South Florida this fall, it was city VB Willie David McKlnnon' on out In faint of the at. The i%> <
- the Carlton lot. and In the group and l_n delegate. befog. the ...*,.
for lime
mersu>rs responsibility to Iocs announced here today. a charge wf grand larcaniy. MeKloMvn finding" the scheduled bor .t.. some "
same' block, was being Investigated who wilt be traveling M $,.r. netghbotm.. The
te every farm within an en. Enrolled are Terry Hudson will .. defended by rueswppvr.. a I* 5 was seen
umeratlon district assigned to of Ft. Ogden William Day" District DeputyOf for possible purchase.The Walter' Talley puUU ddenOer The truck U a Claic pm A, ftoO, .kin during this. l"ttocl. ., feaitlent &.Jr. ami '101,.. Of*.

him or her. determine if the Joann DeLaney Steven Hayes city's acute downtown of llradenton. IN gory' were away at the time*
Eks! to Be parking problems. are responsible gluon pumper, and la. priedI | Assisting. Chief Tomllnsonwe .
operator of the farm has an. and Patricia Roberts all of The serond ease will be" the l4a"e.nl... subscribedmy .
swered all questions on the Arcadia. for the concentrateddrive state ... Oscar Jefferson, aeaault al I 10,400.. rroratng to ''''clt. name this toil Chief L lan>l Qammag.
questionnaire that w III be The current enrollment figure In Arcadia Mon. by City Council l and ta commit murder. Jefferson and Cobb fin departmentpresMenl day af November Volunteer firemen Dick King

mailed to the farmer by the is 2000 more than a year Interested. eltiaena t. sk re. has already' served ten People. In fteftntoCnuniy I* P. ftl'tXII.. Mayor" Motor 11.1.... Elton rv' .yett ,

Census Bureau help the farmer ago. representing a 42 percent lit. and the Monroe-Polk- years, but his caM ronws' up are Invlte-l H' .n .... > whit' J. II. lUghy and r K.llaeiaon .
complete any unanswered Increase in the USF student .. Magnolia block will serve asa u tdet the Gideon law that : Allest.. : .*....1>lnett on duty. at
questions on the form check body. The total Includes pilot program. give) ,. trial I. prisoners' nut both ih, "wr pr aryl the .te rt- MAIUlAlirr WAY/( III* slalkMt" with regular" fir**

and deliver 22SI 1233 ---, .. GfN'r.I'- Cobb aald. ('t "....... PK* Prlvotl.Voting .
for freshmen. "
answers accuracy aopho. previously defended by .n. 1L man
R1ft' --- .-.- --- ... '- .. .. _. _,._._
the form to the census' mores. 1IM Juniors. g44 sen. sat -

bureau. tors and 127 gradual stu. Short Agenda at c..* three .la Ke ...f. --. ..

The agricultural census Is dents enrolled in the Unlversity's Willie.. n()e/ns
taken every five years endingin first master's degree Council MeetingThe be defended. l by r TstUy, The ('

-.. and "8'. Such Informa. program In elementary ...". t et.ll suit.. 1s a suit, for damage By Precincts -

Jon is vital in making deci. cation. The remainder of the Arcadia Flying Club's f..r. V%.lt.r and Ann Dykes _s

torts affecting many segmentsof students are classified as spec., recent disbandment was a ..b. The VvnMtden. Company,

the U. S. economy. lal students.I Jet of discussion at the regu' Tb follow uig NMM are on the rr.slaea I 11 4 S e r $101113 19 1* It That
-- -'- --- tar session. of City Council lsl Jury .lt.tH :
Today night, The. club paid II. ,.._U. J II. JWfitetl.Ihrnn4 Jehweem 91 41 17 71 Is!t .it .*a7 U aa aae ata/ 49 99 97 ne. 1704

With Our Advertisers: a Hangar fe* t* the city and.. K. Norton, Cor win. II. 0..4..1'' II.. I* tie ,19 944 99i4a 17 **a ,a ,n.*) 944 iNe _
John .Ifwiges. treasurer, had Cote r. reseal 'W..ef. K.H N. y
Chf>., J .A. Craft Jr VlgU .
efflrtals et the Club's
fnfocmrd Ne/.ead a* It i It *i aaia 415 44 9* 91 let 9* 179 111 40* 3111Kite.
I DeS.to Natienal Bank Now dUbandment and that hangar U '''-n. Ary C. Ls>|4e .

tr*+ had been paM ta date.However. *<.. a. C. W.c--..... ltm.ard J. at 1 9* ,* rI. '" ,j* ti94 ia 4* tit tai 90.

city officials& were r wUlla., A.....y rogU.M l

In 57th Year Servinf This Area afrrmd that ae-veral ladrvtdMatty if ant. Pr'......... N rm a<* C '..1'n'l.' 1: *, UV"s/j4* 99 It.J to* .1w* *h) 99 atV
Hon. Edward Royal owned ..-. were Mill W......... r.ne.. ft i-M. ffarrr "" '
went te hangar but ant pay,. KlsMwy. IA...... J, CS.fk.. ...,..... 'it It 10 *.a I. '19 97 ia i s. i* IIw' ,94 ao* 107
lion. R. Edward Royal. Dts.trtct .t.,4' \ & *r u '
Jam** r, WmUrwv.WilUn 1 1 :
Arcadia. and DrSot W J, Deputy" *C Grad tUat. log bangs rent. .
of Jr '
On s reacock. president.1C CUCJfTV "
IN .
Council aka City Mans M. Wand. J.*.. H. 1 .
oldest banking. eorxrns is De. >l Shaver *se uUv* vie lad Holer *f yaks rinds .. .
9 .. ta Ism.si Terser ,..... C ,.,.../... U_ '
.... Nausea Bank, and U I.l president: D. H. Carr eafursArlyn Vwtitwest Division., will b.* s* gr Wayai* sa nra W _, Ire.i.Ne 1 S 3 4 4-0 f 5 10 II It II 141SJ.4
It chartered Arradia ........ .. Novomsxsron ate the matte sad. salsa areport -art. tie.rme W. Wa '
D. .
97tls Walker. asistantrsiseiter
Its year. was ttI
of Mar ft.ding..1 the. Sera Dwight W. Mote. H.* Msrs II.9at M '14 f7f ** d14 aa 'I' 41't.191 lit .49.*
"7 with William G. .. his official visit to laval ,/
JM 9. lt and H. L** liarrett.inatallsneot o.' e )
Wells. as first .......t. John loan ofnerIn lodge 1M4.Kta.ikg steal s-e .
Cm.nrtt aim *.44 t. Waiter C. hilt Jwks) .
W Waodn a* vie president a*) adveTtlssms 'run In at 4.:.*9 pam, .aasr.bc.q.a ..'T1ae1 City bass on r.ecwlly W aan..... Davis. I. MiaeU. A..... 4* .1 l II 17 tia: la .... 44 to* 9* 179 II.; */.
Tire bbe
and B. F. WeOes a* th* rust ClIAaCPtON. Xv, IS. di..v w. I I
cable.1a Ira*) for bank. bid. this to say held M h.M1 of ibb. sewade, pwch..e4 prvrty" fc m.a>t W D fta..... DMM14 f t>.. ...*.... 94 97 91 I a* 14 f5 449 7* ...1t s.3 9T' 179 11.* 44*
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....... the bodies. fro* M. I. Tartar Iff eaten.dad WlktlMey. .
the 97U year af .Its t.latesee "Hat. Vats A Bank Aee.eat! It7 w tMPJka.
bur H C...... 1&1',4 M. .aws. >. 0. 9. *t 9*,*.*..4** *.
A garbage atoms*. anal t paye.wy .ena 47* N 9* III .4. '".,,, 44*
DeSe* National ba If sod waye.4 ...... O. .... lang. awswber cif est.
... see. D.JUs M. Ca".et4. &I....
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westli..ed tw ware. lanel the Da. si Katlnsist .M" eI..... EDLa aM theta tadi.e en .e..ee ... ri44s.1 44a Si J94a t9r bmra and ..Mrstaawpe**. Tfc* tame. that err avsokr" bee ate -........... .....7.tndaasee. L. C.weet, ......
sisna and rn 1 f II I..d today .,.... surarfity tree. tk* ftrat ..,..... gasbag. sesciotewill .7.. aWlMkg wttk 0_... a* 141ai ra *4i II 99 of 1O t 14* *l 470

eoet_ w ... --- iwer.wsIs day wM .pa-d ..... .larsas.tutdleate. b* Okartstt. c-.c. M, t ....... bed a ,... tend. Na.e..e II M 14 199 .a* 449iia II 99vis et 9* 171 III 44*
the ___ building they tart er es..lsaerwat. N.e 12. WeocJftwU. No* If.ar. sog aat4 w*. pas*.* Brr the County AcceptsTwo .
..,..... bYy wets seed ._. sat ...II'.... .**.. 29 ao4 Sara.aota. Cs aeU. Ala offr s>r Oowra. Gee+.. 99 d05 /it* ,$*..*' ,.11', H 3s'IS4 .n 444

'Dvrtag the fit ate in.i atk. ... the. p.MN .... b.ptw. De*. z.Heelth, Mrr. a. amrrfcasa. .that p.....4.,4 Low Bids A..... a* ** aa 17a 12.* t* 47ita .4, 34 .1't;'le 17 II* 479f
.f 4Ny mmmut property on ,
.f this year tkeooglk /_ 9O, e..flde a In w serutntl.w.we .
..*... Di*.** Kstasia' *! report. ,.scale, Kateaeeta. w .end bM. end wbkw. Y ae.e w..... 94 a* 19a .. y ai 44.* e. aa 79 17 fa 4/1

.d. Mat. tiauoicss W saa, tot as ........ end d. ..--.c.y, NursesTo the Nesurl Can.d Aneery. 1965 Trucks J..__ at *4a ti s IN iri* N.t. .* U IM 10 sat
242.12. -TVsl as SMorty two aaaV- ...... ... ... ....., .. -..&. wed babel .Melt en shall r
Iw t.et.... seer 151 .... o sjlsisi...* to oeolOMW wt es.r. Attend State .-.--W ... ....... TJw 0elald Ceases. ........ C.-.... T* 94 te, 99 14 9*<9 r10 91 a 12* .> 412

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at Ita. iisnieriis of new,. Ttrc Dtaorro XATVOMAX. Medical' Meet two di.np WwbE trees tee .
IIAX1C. Weather Report heal stems MltNad ........ 'ibm' slate chart assure.. |>r..(..*..ew; **Mt. rUf. soil pt.trnaI.U'' rscwe

mawags. 4lrewr at De3a1. And er..f Orley. ... .".......... Tees a.rw tr.ss"" .. D.tle. C C.srl ey wA.P. ........ w beta beet rrw.,. (1e.eeaye. tit tMt.An Count,. titans with. Countyff kr.. ,Irate t by> a name d..lllna''

Xsussul Ban see <2. M .u... .... .ahe. a' y..re .4 wed.0.d tansy Health Vtttt will attend D... H.I.. w haw Mstkra Mates of lull ...... a.a.,.* the mss trrttaWn vote. or wrltsvJn' ".>.*. .i" .u...s of 10.

......,. Pesri tarts.'. o.a- cansaeu J" M lssf .. ..-.. a rnbsal e..ted In 4rl.weh, list 9!. *.4 .* nee. ........ w.... .... psi ewe 'Thare were u: ,....tTf vo4 ms. .In |>r*
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g-A ,THE' :AKCADIANfcArc* JUr-FlorIdu t Thursday November B, 1964 I II
t -----r- .... ;t__.._i tree ji ad" i r. ... _

I I CHIT CHAT J '.-;= News of DeSoto "Women l

11 4 (;. sac .. -::.

Auction Sat. at Attends Golden Veteran Music Director Will

Halloween Has Come and ,Ge1g ". A.C.L. Platform Wedding Anniversary Be Minister of Music at

I really think that I enjoyed Halloween 'more this
I Do you enjoy going. to an Church
year than I have in many years. Certainly had more Auction: ? WWI, If you never Party Trinity Methodist

young visitors I lost count after 120. but they were have before you certainly will Mrs. Roy Appleby accompanied -- ______ ___
nice Was: amused at one boy in a lrf'Oup'oUiJr.--and a r the one that the Arcadia Business by her brother, Wilbur
that ii!' the way most of the children went.around-4 n and Professional Wo- Carlton. of Oxford Georgia

groups. He said 'Mrn. Smith do you want'mete, doa men's Club are sponsoring Saturday returned home Monday of las
trick for you?" I asked hirq what he could, do, and Nov. 7th. week from Orlando where they
he said that he could atand on 'his head. And h-, -did. The sale will start at 2.00p : had spent several days visiting
lie :was about six I think. The costumes-Were unusual. .m.. and will be held on the with Mrs. Appleby's son, Mr. .
ACL. platform corner ol and Mrs. Sam Appleby and N.
But every one who came to my door waa-Vfcr/:: polite t"
Magnolia St. and DeSoto
Ave. daughters Susan and
Laurie. ,' .
and nice and that has not always been the.caseJ: When | Household article, wearing Jane. a

-'', they first started to arrive I let them takefiti-jnticTi as apparel, you name it. they Saturday they attended a -
t they wanted then I began to wonder}f.1wiWbave have it. Golden Wedding Anniversary

enough and get to passing things out. TrrrfweTroff. my lie sure and go by and hear in Altamonte Springs for Mr. 4

porch light at 9:30, and went, In'the' ho11 j* j3 i njoy the Auctioneer': in action and Mrs. Lesley Bryan. Mr 1.V'Y..

the movie the door was closed, but abCHH-=.KM/clock I Bryan was reared in Arcadia :.
one lone little girl came and rang the bell j.j: WA0-glad J and attended local: schools. Mr. 41 t

that I still had something for her.-, Tourist Club had Carlton was best man at his

Why Beatles Are Popular: -?::;;:= ,. First Meeting wedding Sunday fifty Mr.years Carlton ago.enter '1 1s

.' And another why in my book is the phenomenon of I' tained all the family for dinnerat
why the riMe of the Beatles in Americ n-domlnatec2 'Monday 'Night the Holiday Inn in Orlando.lie .

pop-scene. You would imagine that for'any:' :;group to It's left here Wednesday of
( to be
great home again!
I last week to return to Orlando
accomplish this amazing feat (especially British Those
were the words oneveryone's J for few
a more days visit and
group) they would have to be a combination'pf"brains: lips Monday even. I then returned to his home in
good Kttlcfl I and tat rIt. Yet the Beatld-at'e"by.theil' Ing at the first club meeting Georgia.

own admission untalented (an opinion, incidentally, r I of the '64.83 season of the

with "which I heartily agree). They aren't intellect: J. Arcadia. Tourist Club.
ually* gifted. Good looking That depends on individual Sixty-five members were Halloween Party
opinion, and again to me they are not. present. President Peter Sch.
WOL opened the businessmeeting .
Their seemingly meteoric rise Is, of. course: ,due In following the At Parish HouseThe

some part to capable management but, that is,certainly usual cards and dancing this were Episcopal Young Church.
not the foremost reason for their success I Returned to the States From A> '\/(' enjoyed men entertained the Young Raymond C. Helsing

In my opinion one of their main talents is nongwriU : Bertha Proud reporting for Churchmen of Wauchula and
Ing, and without this I believe they would never have Three Year Tour of Duty in LibyaSgt Millie! Powell for this month. Ft. Meade last Saturday night Raymond C fusing minister Britain, also at Bethany Covenant

been successful. This is because they have a special October 31 with a Halloween of Music at Bethany Coven Church.
and Mrs Ray Strunk Ing the last war and hat many Party at the Parish House. ant church Conn. 12 years ago Leaving New Britain, Com ,
sound not theirs exclusively but theirs in that they .
., pent ten days here vise friends In Arcadia); After a W.M.U. of Peace A light supper was served. resigned a year ago. and In 1928. he went to Mmm
are not the same without it. ting with Mrs. Strunk's mo. short visit 'with the Erwta... The evening was spent In plans to arrive in Arcadia the spoils, Minn. and for 23 yean
Their[ American popularity came at a time when ther Mr .Elizabeth Scott, fol- Sgt and Mrs. Strunk. _c0m- River Asso. MetIn playing games and dancing.'rizes last of the month where he served in churches there .f
America needed cheering up, near the time of, President )owing a three year tour of panied by Mrs. Scott drove to were awarded to Nancy. will become Minister of Musicat eluding the leading Presbyterian
Kennedy's assassination.' This may have been 'one duty for Sgt. Strunk at Wheel North>Augusta South Carolina Punta Gorda I' York. 1st prize and Nicky. Trinity Church.A church In that city
reason for their quick catch on, but their popularity has us AFB. Tripoli..Libya. '' for a short visit with Mrs. Scott Diamond, second prize In the native of Worcester Mass. He has given more than 50
continued long after this depression of spirits. They They left Libya Oct. 1st, and son, and Mrs. Strunk's brother. The Woman's Missionary games. he began studying music at the recitals throughout theM!
Hew direct to Rhine Main AB Mr. and Mrs. t L'' .Scott and Union of 5 and was the first west and has also
have aroused universal Interest and both pro and eon i of the Peace River As. Rev. and Mrs. Druce ..Lau.renbor. age person appeared
opinions. One of the main causes of their popularity, In Frankfurt Germany WhileIn family. They then headed for sedation 14 at the First I of Wauchula accompanied : to receive a diploma ..th.. In Carnegie Hall and Tow,
adult sanction well to be their downfall with Germany, they visited Arcadia, arriving be.naur.. Baptist Church in Punta Gordaon the Wauchula group. lultman McQuaid Conservatory Hall New York City and Symphony
may prove
friends and a relative !In Ram day of last. week.: October there. Hail Boston.He .
29. 19 4. This was Itev. Laurenborg formerly
tecri.. who object to sharing. their idols with ser.
BcrH a stein. Schwelnfurt. WeUbaden They left her Saturdayfor the 1st quarterly meeting of ved the Arcadia Episcopal ; He dates his career from returned to New Brltair
certain number of the "rocking ha4rw set. a n eS Frankfurt. During their Mlnnapolls. Minnesota for the new associational year and Church here.Local 911. In 1931 and he 'and his wife.
The Beatles certainly don't make me scream, or cry, visit In Schwelnfurt. their a visit with Sgt. Strunk mo the program featured the In. His first work as organistwas Myrtle, have been living then
or become hysterical. But they do seem to make teenager friends drove them to the EastGerman ther. Mr. Mary Strunk. stallation. of the 1094.63 officers in a church In Worcester at 54 Jones Drive. Their four
happy, and that, when you come right down to border In Northern They will go from there to and chairmen. Mrs. Bill Cadet and he later served In five diferent grown children all live out ol
It,, is probably the secret of their success. Bavaria where they saw the Travis Air Force Base, California Norton. outgoing president on churches before taking New Britain.
I see very little difference between the Beatles and the west Germans plowing their where Sgt. Strunk will be performed the Installation Dean's List at his first full-time job in New .r

the different group that are euhlnaIn on their popu fields, right up to the border stationed. ceremony using autum leavesto - - r
larity. On all the programs that I have heard any of fence. On the East German side demonstrate the time for USAF Academy District Federation MeetingIn ',
cleared bordered the
s area changes in organization a. wellas
them performing, the teen-agers make so much noise II'
fence and was so highly mined Rook Club Met weather. The J r
that I cannot hear the words. Probably the same pres. Fort Last
say that even birds landing would Ident. Mrs. Fred Gant. Tee td1' Myers Monday
thing over and over. But personally, I think the "Five"that make the mines detonate. Be. and Green Punta Gorda. prell-
were on Kd: Sullivan' Sunday night show by far hind this ares two more rows With Miss Ident. Mrs. Lilbourne Hodges. -' Mrs. Richard A. Jantzsch.I I Fort Myers Junior Club served .
the best looking of any of the groups that I have seen of barbed wire fence were See_Trees. Tee and Green. director of district 12. Florida as hoetes.....

and becouAe they are American boys, and their hair placed and cleared of all vege.I Myrtle BrownThe Mrs. Harry Freeman YWA Federation of Women's Mrs. Mark Emmel. of Gainesville -
.is cut more like a boy's than any of the other groups. tatlon lor many' yards behindthe Director. Punta Oorda. were Clubs, presided at the district state president; Mrs. Al
1 hnp they PASS ALL TilE OTHER GROUPS ON three row of fences. At Arcadia Rook Club met the officers installed along meeting on Monday, Nov. 2nd bert Huth. St. Petersburg, ana
Intervale wewwe,look.out tew. with the In the Holiday Inn of Fort Mrs. Thomas Harrison Fun
promotional directorsand
TIII-J: WAY TO TUB BANK. We have so many good Friday afternoon Oct. JO, wHth
Helen and RaId that Myers, wntu members of the Lauderdale vice .
chairman. ....... president
entertain of our own that I think we should use our Miss Myrtle Brown at her
they looked through field glass. ''''' and Mrs. Frank Johnson Jr..
The ,
own on all TV programs and keep our money at home.Uhr.1' ... but aU that they could see party home room on Cast was Pine decorated Street.with The I King" was theme.beautifully"O Worship illustrate the ...._. .,.'""''"..v..;'' ET. WINDER NEWSMr. Tampa, director of Juniors

)" Growing: In Books and Il.a4er. were another pair of glasses late summer and autumn flow. 'ed In the Interest center prepared I II 1. and Mrs. J. A. Daughter brought messages from instate '
looking at them. Helen said I by the Punta Gorda '. ; 'r-t- Federation. Mrs. Emnui
We have number of books in the Library Black and
a great new era cats witches 10't. were In Tampa! Friday.Mr. .
that It sad to the .. talked "Reach For theStars"
was aee WMS. on
very Instruction ,
Classes following
all time. More than were In evidence of the I : .
and are getting more the 1,000 ap. and Mrs J. B. Hamilton
I clean w.U kept fields of the a short business .... ; Mrs Huth talked on
books out each month and the number increases preaching Halloween season. and children of Punta Gorda I
go "
West Germans, and to comparethem star was led by the new assn. What'sNew"; Mrs. IlarrHuiv.
Mrs. Edith Scott made highscore and Mr. and M ..
each week If you are not a regular reader get the r Charles .
with the practically desolate dirs. to familiarize the local "Let's Have; An ,Explosion':
habit. I stay very busy but still find time to read threeor fields the East German In the afternoon game. Thompson and family of Ft.Myer Each Reach
on The Jw..... served a chicken women with the programs and cne. One; pad MrsJohnson
visited Mr.
and Iolr..1
four books each week, along with numerous magazines. aide. salad supper at the close of functions for the new year talked en "Dare To Be
Albert Thorton after
I enjoy Historical novels, and we have manyRood Sgt. and 1.1.. ... Strunk went evening with smiling pussy Following a luncheon. Mrs. Rey Sunday Square." Sc-vos.y-three\ delegates .

I ones. We want everyone to enjoy our lovely by train from Germany to Paris cats as favors. Ilolden. Mission Study Chair. Cauet James E. Alsobrook' noon.Mrs.. Evelyn Barn well visit from the Dtstrjct attend'
library. The building open until 6:30 P. M. five days where they spent the night. The club will meet Friday. man Introduced the books to Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. James ed her mother Mrs. Keen and ed.
a week Tuesday through Saturday Gradually we They toured the city of Paris Nov. IS with Mrs. George be studied during the 144. 3 E. Alsobrook& of Arcadia Fla.. brother Billy. of Ft. Ogden Sat. Attending from Arcadia were
are acquiring needed furniture; The latest addition by taxi. Helen said that the Leitner at her borne on West year. There were TS women has been named to the Dean's urday. Mrs. Jane Whidden. president;
place that she enjoyed moston Oak Street. representing the Baptist Merit List for outstanding aca. Mrs. George Cav... !Mrs. Bruce
is a low reading table for children with the chair. It Mr. and Mrs. Luther Masters
their sight seeing trip was c.... !In the Peace River Assn. demie achievement at the VS. Davis Mrs. E. W.. Palmatier' ,
1* lovely. This .was not'... ..gift, but was. purchased* by the cere C...." church the Mrs.Members Edna: Carlton.attending Mrs C.were D. participating !in the day's ..c.uvaUea. ;Air Force Academy.. and Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.Josie J.Croxon A. Daughtreyand visited! Mrs. E. J. Yelvington. Mrs. S.

the Association. Interior of which was unbelievably Boring. Miss Mary Brown I lol.t.:1ao: : has been selected family. W. Bail Mrs '!-. It. Bouscman.
---K Sunday.
beautiful. Helen also said I n of a Informa. Mrs. Joe Mlnnoughan a ad
"...... '.. .. Mrs. C. P. Sanduaky. Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Itartman
THE GIRLS Uon officer with the Mrs.
that they would have enjoyedattending D. Treadwelt. Sr, Mrs. Edith Marriage I rank of have returned home after via. Bryan Campbell. Smut
Mass there, but of Scott. Mr*. George IAltner.nd 'cadet first lieutenant. Iting In Lake Louise. Club; and Mrs ed' Forbes
I rr/ I course their time was very lim Mrs. Ellen: Camp&.eILWomans License I Cadet Alsobreok wilt be Glacier National. Canada. president' and 1'.t' r s. James
i ited. The church site on one. of granted. additional privilegesand park Brewer junior Nub
the biggest spots In Parts, and Licensee were Issued from will w_rhe silver star Toledo Ohio.Mr.
one has s beautiful view'or the Club the office of County Judge of distinction& on his sleeve In and Mrs. J. A. Akey
LJ nUre city from the church Gordon Hays to the following recognition of the honor ac. and guest Mrs. Grace Davisof RONNIE'S TID-BIT
grounds. people: John Benjamin Sen. corded Him by the academy Lakeland visited Mr. and
,Meets Monday drat 5e. of Sarasota to Gene ...... Mrs. Everette MUell Sunday
They left Paris In the evenIng -
vleve Phyllis Murphy 46. also The radet if a graduate of Mrs. Evelyn Barnwell visited For lessons learned alnnf
and arrived at McQulreAO1.
Ct of Sarasota: Eugene: Skinner. DeSoto County High School I Mr. and Mrs. Malcome Fort the way give me morecourage
t t : t y ri after II hours night. TV Areedia Woman Club &a..s.y.ntn. .
Drove to Fere's. New Jersey I wUl meet Menday. Nov. Mho 20. of Arcadia to Frances Lee and attend** Marian (A...) Mr day by day
Revel. I', Arcadia II and Mrs. J. A. Daugh-
where lira. Strunk's mother lloet.f_ the day will be -- -Wsityft.1_.- > trey and family were in. yes.
Mrs. Elisabeth Scott was wait. ,Mr*. Stuart" Reed Mr*. Lee glewowod : -

ana for t...... ...... Scott 'Pickles. ..I.... II., X. Potter Mr. "Second Term" For A. B.Saturday.Mr Curry and son WATTOEWTJIY
"v Jl had been there for a few A. C, Polk Sr, hen. J. Rails Bill returned home Wednesday
1 visiting with Mr. and da"1 Mrs A. 1. Roe. Mr*. Frank night from I
7o r .r .i.iA John Erwln and family. (John R 1\M7. Mr*. Grace hater Robbie ,And Kerric Mr. and Mr Miami.*.
Harvey Me.
was stationed a* Carlstrom dur- Mr. Joe Proud and Mrs, MU Leod and. rnltdren of Char. I
- dred Powell. Come at IS noon lotte Harbor were the Sun.
for the covered dish luncheon.
John Tucker The program for the day will lbw Mrs.luncheon Albert guests Thorton.of Mr I RWHIE'S 1 JI"

be gives by Mr*. Bruce Davis, Mrs.
Floyd Vu.ll
Given returned]
Birthday Education Qvairman. home Monday. night I Last Oak Its
A report will be give on Pending Sunday. and after Aesdt.. Flalda
Dinner the District meeting In Ft. My., in Miami visiting her' Monday ou w.. a. rat

era Monday Nov. 2nd. Mrs. Mary Thompson mother. i I Jewelry sad Watch A.My
Mr. John TMrker wee givens TW regular Boerd meeting 4iw .-
Rar-be-cue dinner Sunday ef Officers will be held Frt.Uy. ,F
The dinner was out at hors.4..k .. Nor .ih .t IS noon at the
at the ptesue: ...-ftcI&. Pin Novo "...traft'. AU

-- Attending were hnnar guest.Mr. ..- +rrs. and member ef theKxeewtlve CHICKENBASKET
Tucker and. Mr*. TWker. 8oM'4I.r.. .... to
"TA. R+ sM Wtw.a"s aaa..tetae.l. wtlsdlil'tl Mr. sand Mr*, ret ........ sadsus attend. Any sorbs, with. Mss
skis tU*. will fce UUye4 a* fceftn aM.M he,. .YSfsi dews. i DjMtg. Mr. and Mrs. W. R.Weatbervy. Iwo. .. sea s before tl.. Itaerd.I ,. ,.f J :t 1 ,
14e tor ones a4PublUhed her Lads asesWjWtm eons Larry sad welcome t* attend. Tfcsi wtU
--- -_. _- -- --. -- _. _-----. -. all of ..-.; Mr. aaUMr be a Dutch Treat hutcheon.I a : :
*.. George Scott sad senMarty. I AU _awn are urged. to r4 .

Mr. sad Mr.. George,attend ttte Monday _"'.... If $ | .W
hearties. and '. sad
rpaa t le. bring a new snembsr
Itunavy Juhnaen and with ,.... EACH. one Reecb .r M{,
N" Doeme Gerry. Guy and .N"'I..*.- '- ek.'t l..'.tD.t I
all ., ArrexUe; Mr sad

every' morning at SOT JOt! West Lawrence Tucker. Timmy rant to
Oak. Sinai. r. o. tt.* art* Art. .,.. FVirtde U.Xt.Thursday lira Btevte Mr., sad Mr*. Jeaserbrpugh. Sale f se l. try help Nt With Slaw & Pototoi|
Dora I'. Kberwle. pMblliber, Kateeed *. Sin. a-. Il eaUeasei D. I... Rummage sea rate. wen r a berry.
Maher October f. IM4 *t the Post OffVre .' Aft dies, Denavy sad Stella r>.rto sod .s
rtertd wader Act ef Coegrw eT Mardk,a.-Ien. r Uy 8c-.......... Janoayy Tuck SaturdayThe Eat HeN
Member FVtrOa Press AaeectoUeew WaUsWt atsttterteJ w. M M Ie Turner, ell e4aVsr Or Carry Oat
AaeucUUon.A4v. ela{ Mr. and Mr*. Erl wavers nl Ute Prveky. eases

.rUmg 2l te. au..c. Pine. ..dm .... 0MiiuerterMa. M...... and r UVIrw .*Tssap*. tertn roarctt wul k>eve a
(l.ineyUy ; -tt. r.<......... )s.sre e mastice"* Mr. ashl Mr. BuM. pagan s.dAwgft.r Run****** Sle .........,. N-
> If .... ... ts.-n.. ........ M+ l/if .. 1rrM.. wk as.tesed .
rYIII.1.r YerkAtiawl. Myre 1t.wtss.+; T. starting at a PINE POINTRESTAURANT
\ G .".AKTM*. Mirfcigae.lauai .ate
... ..
I .
,o Mr. eettf Mr*. ...... Whale sad Tbe MIa wall beMunsee heM 1e 1k.Ms.essr u-to Is..Aa..eWae.. pe5i .. ..M saa 5s -.ataw
|Vsreji One yeeJfT tt.ea; ... ...... .. doM W test tart I.Iw7 Mw agar tow esNsatUel r
Mr .
.. awMrs. Ct>
*Un.4e MaifcM'' M Tosw'ia o lt+rth a.. Mark for kseeI.e Dye.seMy. e.w --. wqkg
I CiH>7"-Berk I MWCeetta CMOw, wy ef MeOftO.; *ej. Mr. 0.-1 Ave., seat M**, Ersue c....r Sad rson inaday.. ctlr+.l J ..as.tr.a1... .- .. IMS CM* o.er ......
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" T1IE ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida, Thursday, NovwnKfT B, 1964 ..SI -

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The Ladles Monday Nigh i
Bowling League made: conside
@ able progress this past Monda
night by quite a Tew of th :
: ties placed for second plot :

l..moVt."U. Turner Realty wu :

four points from Western Aut, iii 1
'or a urnCC'. Linda Al.en bow I

.q ed high game of 107 and aerie
of "66. For Western Auto Pe

.:; Mrs. Vcra Bawler and Mss t, her daughter, Mrs. Dan'el Lovejoy and Olive Cross ha t _

Carolyn Whitney spent Sunday Ladd. Mr. Ladd children Mike, high games of 134 and Oily jS ti5 ,,
in Tampa aUeadin! the Rachel. Jonathan and William truss bowicd high series of 38. +4 a

;otus Hair Styling Forum, had; McKin Mrs Treadwell Peace River-Mayflower' tocl
:|t the Tampa Terrace 1I00tel.fl. : made The trip by plane from .hree points from the Bank

Tampa. She got there Just In with Ruth: Donaldson bowlin,
i I! Urn to see the trees in all high game of 15.1: and LaVcrnt
.;. Mr. and Mr. lUrry Bishop I their vivid colors for In two I Dat and Ruin Dona>dsoi
44 tt.. J'icrte spent last weeKend 1 I nays a terrific cold spell with I oowling high series of 408 ;li: 1
as gusts of. M.I. Bihjp's a slight Corm of snow, made for DeSoto National Bank 1 1 k' +r
titer Mr. J. L .Duncan: and ,I the icuves; begin to fall. The I' glary Anderson bowled... higl; /r

Mr. Duncan.: i Ladd family are enjoying; liv- fame of 161 and series of 434, r4
serf in iris north, and are get- : Ants Gertrude won three
1 i :joints frxm Kwik Chek Foilus
tits along fine. I
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rot ,
Gertrude Opal Bishop wag
>arU returned home Tuesday:
nigh bowler with game of lit
,of last welt from a two weeks Dr. D. O. WaUton lift Wed. I I and series of 469. For Kwik

visit in Luihcrville, Maryland nesday for Cocoa Beach wherehe I Chek Pat Dewberry bowled
where they visited Mrs. Robarts will attend three day An. I Innai
< a high, game of 166 and series
father Georg; Wittkopf.: Lctucational Session and I ,)f 400.
and her sister, Mrs. Kichara
Convention at the Florida ChlropuctJC Johnson Grove Service won
policy ana Mr. Pol.ey. Asociuilon He wilt
'I: tour: points lrun5unbotam

I I return to Arcadia Sunday.Mr : ; Dread. For Johnson Grove,, .. ""
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Pattlson .sue larding bowled high game .-- .:.::: ,

bf Clewiston spent the weekend and Mrs. Herbert Waidron. ol 160 and series of 466. For I Reading left to right starting with the top row: Smith Alder- Daniel. Clean ApttlinVQaXfcy:> ;:( Lanier Ruell Platt S. C. Smith.

with her parents, Mr. and I and son Chris of Lake- ,sunbeam bowled Bread Camille of 164 Wallis and I man. Paul \Vorloy, John Coker Ruby I.ence, Charlie Anderson Amoa J. Brownuiy.. MrSfJlupert l : Smith. lielford Skates. J. Scar- ,

"Mr*. Howard Kvbarts. land wcwie Sunauv corals of series of high 408.&mard game Theo Mid ett; Second row: Millie Hatwn. Loel :Lence. Peter borough FloydAlurAtton? George Stonebruker. Kenneth D.

4 I 1 oron.his molhtr, Mrs.:-M.r tWal- Buick won three j Stickler, Belos Albritton Fred ,Montgomery Front row: Le4" Pittman and Kalytl'l4ker.) \ 1

Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Barney points from Boring Auto. For

Returned home last Thursday Barnard Carolyn Moncrief two buglers, four mechanics Th. *. flU, .reunion ,was held Most of the men bring tfcelr
from a vacation which took Saturday guests of their bled\ high game of 190 and Members of Co. "K" Met at the I fifty two first class privates, In May. !Uti2: ;. second one Oct, wives with them. Mr. and Mrs
them Waterloo. .. Iowa for a cousin, M.I II. P. B.vus, *ere series of 499.! For Boring Auto I four cooks making a total 7. ll 63. and ,the third one on Amos J. Browning come front
Visit with Mr.. Barney's mother -I Mr. and Mrs. Dcerin; Carbon Shirley Westberry bowled high American Legion Home MondayJerre ''of HUt officer and men. Monday Npv' 2>ut, They have Atlanta. Georgia, probably the
Mrs. Grace Barney, and 01 Indian Mucks and Cliicago.t game of 179 and Jean Wellesnao i George 3toti.braker, In talkIng I all .thlV'Y' +*''In; held 'at the furthest away.Members .
with his sister, 1\1.1.. W. Sullivan 111., and their house high series of 469OMrnard Myers. I Am.tt'-Litt' GPMhn ITiime.' herein
I' guests Barron of Ft. the Mexican Border where they about the reunion, and old 1 t and their guests
and family. Enroute Mr. and Mrs Ben Broom of Buick team had Arcadln MY! Ittiperf Smith,
Virgil Steel of Brandon hadto had t been In the rl&ncho11I... Company K. said "It was n began arriving about eleven
home, they stepped over in. Chicagu. high team saifiUgame! of 97A leave, before the pl tur waa I Uprising, now aa>ln they were wonderful Company <.d the tv'Ife e' .the late Captain' Smith, i u*flock, and were as happy to
f nC'fOu ....0141.1eveI' Company** Ka CtmunandlntfUfrjwvr. i see one another as If they had

with Mrs. Barney* sister. : ,! Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bunn : 2711, which Is the highest panyKM Reunion so arcnot August 1917. and became meet". Acunling to Mr. :: Mass. been a. special i not been separated for a year
and Mrs. Carl Coker, Mr. Cokcr. of WsuchuU viistcd with Mrs. bowled this year for a team in the above pictures '" (Company K. 124th Infantry of Stonebraker the tlfree' top I gut ''I .at* etch,.. of' the reunions. and had as much small talk.
family. I three game series. Local residents have always I I the Slat Division composed of abets In the 31st Division were Tea of the members have dial
I Martha Waldron_Saturday Team standings are as fol believed that during World Florida, Georgia and Alabama ; members of Company K. tie sine the. first ...inUm in I I9CU. i I II .' At noon a delicious bwrb.,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reed I I lows: I War, I. more nien were In the ]Troops. The Company was said there. was Love and Com I They, are.IU, It., Davie_ L..ul*,'' metl rib and barbecued chl.
.f Newport, New Hampshire I Mr. and Mrs. Louie Morganand Turner Realty 18i SH Armed Forces from DSoto known as the Dixie Division 'radeshlp among the group :, Luj'6,.. KfU) ..Holtvxlsoii Sam 'ckC'fdlnn..r was served. Dirt
accompanied: : by his mother. Miss Ruth McElya were; Johnson Grove Servo IV 8 County than from aay other I On November :2tf.:: 1917. Com, 'land fights and misunderstand. I lUyuoKIs, all of "Aw.,Jlla. J. Claude Rogers, and a..I..nl"hltd :;-
Mrs. Georgia Ueed, who has *i business visitors in Tampa I Miss Gertrude 13 9 I crusty In the United States panT K had a wonderful I II tints I but never any trudges A. Cranberry. Ralph" Hsrr. lt. charge of the dellctowsjmeal. -l

8 ftthe summer months with |I ......ne..y ot Ut week. j i iI Peace River Mayflr 13 9 with equal population. I Thanksgiving Dinner with .nl j[! lie went on to say that If an Winter GardenV Fil 'Diphttn<> +v

them and ether relatives, arrived -' Boring Auto 13 11 I Among the nwn going from !! t h. trimmings Including a I! outl.ler. became Involved with mere. Vt1'Ot'h;' D. :yro' J. J' After dinner, the group poa.Nl .
Tuesday of last week'I Barnard Buick II 13 'DeSoto County was Company I I menu whk-ti Included a i a member of Company K. he McLMnl. De Atu City: U">"&I.l for the picture, and then
and'win spend two weeks herewith i 1>I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Godfrey i DrSoto Natl Bank 11 13 -K-, old 2nd Florida National I ed Company Rostrr At print-I l could Jut be prepared to whip HuSM U; Ft. Ogdrnt! ami" IL J. >enjoyed an hour's -DULL.'
his brother. Mr. and Mrs. ;: daughters LcUith and Troy Kwik Chek 8 H MVi Guard This Company bad not time, there were six .. 'the entire Company and that (Light Duty) Sullivan At.'j i ilanta. session, bfrre departing* for
Stuart Reed.. Mrs. Georgia of Jacksonville arrived WvUnisday Sunbeam Bread 6 18 been home to very long from eleven sergeants. :32 corporals no one. couM do. j Georgia. their respective homes.HKOKfiffe .
Reed will remain for the win. I ol last week and spent Western Auto 3 19 - -..--.- -. -.,-----r.."_
until Sunday visiting with Mrs
tro months. j j.j'1
Godfreys father Dick lur '" .
I nett. Ihvy came down to be tffaQlfMt01//1 I ,
Mrs. Ethel Ransom arrivedIn f
here on Friday night to help I '
Arcadia of last : ;
Wednesday I Mr. Burnett celebrate his I OBmJARYSTEPHEN ,R7 aNLi'W 7 .
week from Pullman. Michigan .
Birthday Anniversary.Mr. Jr ,11111
where she had ,spent the summer III I ;
-ItHttitH1 4 ,
her home there. il
Mrs. Ransom, a former president and Mrs Ivy Dykes > .'t'. ''p" '
of la*' Arcadia Tourist. left Monday morning, by plane HOOKER Johnson Carper .-, 1 I a. s I "tsl'e'M'ir
Club has been spending the.a.t fro mTampa, for New York 'tV, .
several winters In Area. and from there on a chartered Funeral services were held r t I" :

ctla. She is living at the Trail. Italian flight for Rom. Italy Saturday. October 31, fur Stephen '...... ., '."1

er Park. for a 10-day free trip as guests Hooker wh. died' October .., ...... '
of the Norges Company. They Si) In Lake Worth General
Mr. and Mrs. O. E.' Tlsdal HoopiUl. Ha had resided at "i'ft '1' iJ
won a trip to Franc last years( I 7Z 6 ""
"spent last weekend In Penaa- fo rsdllDg a record number, 415 WistwoodkKoad i In Weal > "t'"

cola! visiting with their son.' of Norg products, and 'won Palm Delsh for th. 'past 1ft a' 1 r" ..,.,.1"... .."'i-

Charles Tisdale. again this year. years.. .. 01/NIIOU/Ilgf t j r 1 1 1 .. '.
I II Arcadiaand tit. I.
lie was a native ( If : .1

Mrs. George Taylor I left I Mrs. Frank Morgan spent D Soto County sad was V Triple V.*.sf...*f St** i t pi v a r :1 V

"Tuesday for Tampa whore she Saturday In Naples aa guest of' burn here September 4. 1.11 J.ji D*.... D.*.**....*. .,<* j, p / l Iii '. Ii.it.,4
will be making her horn. at Mr and Mrs. Ralph Turner but had lived In Moore Haven i
Jot 10 Ramble Street. j They attended the Swamp 40 years bcSOI' moving to ,.... ,..u... ......7'" .f 1 e' a. ft4II r? ,1tbkleJ.13 ,
Palm Baach. lie was a ..,(hll ., '.tI ..;fIt
"" Buggy Day Parade. West : J ....... :' ,
'- Mrs. W. B: Miller returned I I+I member of the Baptist Church ./' ," 1 'w N'". .:
home Friday from Gainesville Pat Mlnoughan! of and bad ben a cattleman all .' 1 .r. rIlk. t
etev..nc.t.I., J/J Chskhsih.. 111:St" t
where she had spent the past Ohio spent Monday ., his life I I ... ,
two weeks with her sister. Miss day here as guests of his parI I lie Is survived" by two bra.tbecs. ,.... ....... .J," .. 'J 1 ... "!"tJ

Sally Nixon. Miss Nixon underwent j'I cnts. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Min- Earl Hooker<< of Arcadia Ck.lr.. ...........!j1"I I xy 69" .dUr j''
maJ.r surgery while Mrs. oughan. and Zib Vane Hookar of West I ar e. ,. A
Miller was there..Mrs. I Palm Heath, trio sisters. Mrs.
Mrs. Lawlor Word arrived Tllli Bradley and Mrs. Ruth ;
it -
E. D. Tteadwell Jr. re. Wednesday from OkO hives both of West Palm .;. !:.o r FRENCH PROVINCIAL ..,-_ ..1
turned home Saturday from sisslppl' to spend" the .1Io11'.1 Beath. ,
Glen EHyn. 111. where she hadspent J'of November with her I Services were st the Robarts. BEDROOM GROUP
two weeks visiting with ter. Mr. A. P. llolllngsworth. Grady Chap! with the Rev. 1J
Mr. Holllngswerth, grandsona / J Martin officiating Interment +., Mme N ....-- N ...... (..ee..... tr eA..e iaq ...I b. less :
Rodney and Tommy She drove,I was in Joshua Creek ....-Mee w...... .......y.e-4 sew.-4..u asst.i...... ':... rfr 1

CALLING ALL down with Mr and Mrs. Banks'' Cemetery with Robarts.Gra.ly ...
c........ ... .
McDowell, of Okotona. who I Funeral Horn In charge of .... .._.......__ ,
plan to spend this month arrangement. pPallbearvrs ... ............-4.___' ---
,Florida.Mrs. I wr Worley'W a c-........4e.taw 1..1.... '
'" .y A. C. Pelk. Jr. I 'I i Ralph Caritnn. Son. 4 ;i78'

W E. Dun woody returned ny Carlton. Lamar Hollings. a'
WHAT* NEW IN HAI..r ;:' home Friday from a worth. Clark Drown and Sam. t S1S DeHvors .)'
three weeks tr.p. She spent aweek mi* Smith, I I7oz0.os ..'.
If you ha vent
Taltahaseee with hr .
even the new ,
daughter Mrs. J. .
types of chain I m* ltor. a.r
during the last t then with Mrs. MMer, .,
raw rest youllb drove to William bur.. Va i SOLID OAK I
both amajed and other plares of Interest. ;;\ tStwtfirO.Ie
and delighted ft r a two weeks Vacation' trip, RANCH STYLE _

al the wonderful Thajr were there to se* the C666 ..,......

which improvements haw bren brtcbt t beautiful colors.trees In all their '5'" .t

made. --
For Instance, have you seen I E. -=j
the new chairs' tht both .. J_.. .
swivel and rock recline tomany ob'q.J -":-
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positions and are still Showing ".
availabt: in every possible I Starts DE 1 SOTO thru
and tod? Waite these I .
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uve : ; FRIDAY Mondoy
bleu t'7.'I: : ,_..-, ,
way isnred ; .-
will pleasantly<< Mjrprl yoga i t ,' .c._".. ,.
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Th great swrprt U that I c .Uill.f/ll, .Ilu'Itf "
they dons tok like swtT4 !1 OfI1Zz RbtrRrilFtliME UfaT. IFFDROOM SUITE
chairs .r meter* a* rerurs 3 PC.BEDROOM SUITE
r..1 .a. sere twOt
UNd to look. With Ilk* nwnel i I
.* ..d HMW..an sme they 1 >'0l13TOG sass /,,...,,Iteeae -....
took like any ehr Sorely sad. i e.r ?ee,..lee e/ :/f : l = sea se. te.e... lees -3
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; rftaie t..td 7- I w e -, h..w Mme .
cveofortabi* 4..4. '
sit down and rmdrioaHag .. yernetf. ... Q.r,.,::.. ,=::: ..ribs. E$138 ...........- se ieO war......' 1
on a elawdCfcair e..I......v. '. ,..... ............ .... $178
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All. ad-maI1-... .... LOWEST PRICES ii7 EASIEST: TIRMS
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said abnC. tee .eery rwrw M ALSO FROM WALT DISNEY !

,new see Came.pi.n...M...and(tIIatn-In sew ead at. u.-- THRILLING SPECTACULAR e.e Arcadia Music Furniture ,Store

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THE ARCADIAN", Arcadia. Florida.( Thursday, November b.'1961

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Awards Given to cf ,

1 r Loral a; I( + : introducing Telescopic, S.Ikering' f GeneralHospital. l

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Four DeSoto r- I Through Nov. 1

t rt Committeemen recently Admission: CheUa Knapp.
ed special.recognition f ,Myr6n Skipper. Willie Mes..,.
outstanding: Contribution I Merrill Ivon Jr.. Watt SullIvan -
t conservation effort in & f,' ... Robert Floyd Elsie T
y { county during 1M3, J C \"f t '1.. Parker, Leland Harrison, BettyGaskins "
ASCS County Office i ii" ,
Y } .' Marlin Miller Paul'
1 rmounced today. ,'1 ins Beasley Beverly Walker
:_ D. Ik Thtgpert. Thomas Knight W. G. Welle,
3rewer and Gwendolyn Lola Browning, and Stephen
ton were presented< an Taylor.I .
of merit from I
Agriculture Orville Discharges; Sandra Butler
or encouraging the 1 Geralene Lowe and baby, Betty
se of the t I OTSannon and baby Myron

Ft ervation Program in "'"r ----- Skipper, Susie Stoke, Sadie
y last year.D. An extiuaive Oear Divisionof Douglas Lee Hill Clifford Kurrelmeyer. -
f atire 'ef the wise turn of the knob.The wheel Saginaw Steering
L. Thlgpen.' *' Chevy l Iat C rvilr and Cer..1 then .la moved to the desired General' Motors Corporation Janet Atwood and
Brewer William R. 'W .la-T Ucoaiie,Ot..r>n g. position and locked securely' Into Telescopic' Steering Is the new. 'I baby Judy Wertz. Steve CoKer.
\ -- Gwendolyn' Johnson hl.h lit,",,". adjuairti. .,, sented a certificate of 1' .. .wheel ta>' ha <<. fort clockwise direction. The ateor.Ing Ing, Introduced on the 1963. MarUn Miser Cecil Tatiun.
1"'o .w ... lino.TlltWheol. "
tW I cenvanin >r any driver.' GM I
from the Florida wheel moved Caskins. Elsie
can be aaiallythieo Betty Parker.
at left. aV ve, i If- the Steering' ,and/er the I
Committee for their I I y. leckina' rn.b 'tHatntrela inches closer to, er away more recent versions of adjustable Mary,Jane Clark. Pauline Bea-.
''Uon to the. successful the adjustment *f Ttt,. -front, th. driver. >> steering now are available ley, and Orval Sloan.
ion of the pi"l .....1,.'. Poxttenlnfl' ef PI."rcd.t right are three of on all GM models except Chevy .
ervation in the wheel la ....':"10. while.th, the.. unlimited ....IUo". I n t. II. Tilt-Whoe Steering also. .la BIRTHSMr.
4 a r log 1M3. awards'L i! la In m.tien. er spU I, prye which' the steering' wheel can be .".r.. aa an option en several I and Mrs. Brown Waller)
A special effort was "e Seeking I mechanism' la I re moved. j Ford. Chrysler and. American son. Michael Brown Waller.
to encourau. farmers ': .. by' a. slight' eouat sclgck." &)e"g..edd produced by the Meto. cars.permanent .. Oct..31.

hers. to carry out -- _n n __ y ,
..d conservation
articlpatlngv, la the VGrqs I I present policy holders of Na. non ..participatingplan The Arcadian: Has
oral ConaacvaUon 1 I .1 fttcnal I Service Life Insurance, up to $IO, OO, including
J"guttJ '.Mi_ : ito I change to a new plan. ''any government life insurance
Law have. Posted
r. uut the nation at no : 1 i i If you were eligible to buy you now Signs
.he Government spent I National Service Life In.ur.lance Close suggests: that on or
I hours, ,of their::' own, :President Lynficyi B John.1 I after October 7. 1940 and after May I, 1995 and not '
4 Lt.:' LIi.. sore Jw lI .. me In making this. has signed into Law an I before January I. 1937, and later than May 2, 1965. the I Shrinks HemorrhoidsWithout
Congress allowing disabled l dates specified In the law.
remandou success.. : In, 11 you are a service connected
to buy National Ser. I should be the dates kept in i
Ida as the result of "'disabled veteran and have no
mltteeinen efforts. 3.1QZ: Life Insurance and the uninsurable non service: connected mind by all veterans interest.: I Surgery

{ t .nd ranches that had law goes- into effect on I : disabilities, or if you ed in this new type Insurance.1GUARANTEE lich-ReHms Pilaarrry.
., t V'' ,aT 'P4' clpated In' the ACP 1. 1965, according to Bert have a non service connected' Stops
he previous three )' ., Veteran Service Of U. disability which Is uninsurable low the.tat. tope=. bee toeMU
sew a. wttk tbs a.'
led' out conservation m< by commercial: : companies: at toai.kia abUlty' M abrtek k.ts.eebdde .
/ r r ri under the 1803 ; The law provides an oppor 'the higher rate, and you do Y eat. w eeiM.s pal.-
I The IncomparableGillette: .- la alter ess,:
: DeSoto County' 02 new tn buy: a new form of not have government< life In..urance. rtttrrisf pate. aet..l
r l ; .atlng farms and Service Life Insure or have less than nnily tie.7 (aUfakaae) took Biaco. *..a
led out coitervatlpn and the opportunity for '$10.000 of such Insurance, you awastac.1an-r..sllawere M that.

'A total'of 233 farms :would be eligible to- apply May STAINLESS' STEEL BLADE .sob.....that....e.tfenre lib.PU m*....iU base. .M.>..>o *.,
hea participated In an important part In 1. 1965. dose further stated fins you ...,** supeiWycenfortsble ho a >rbte ACP In the active duty aoa"taaN ((81..D-t
county. that peracna on .
: tbe county's: far. shave per .
., rM-fMMM rn. r %
The ACP'1i. .... <
and the Conservation Agricultural ; needed soil, water wood. ;certain not: eligible.Philippine veterans are 6 for 894 '10 for $1.45 ,,;.50od able u mnmttenr. or Jf::-l--; all j /dry.

mltte and wildlife conservation: I .II .eo list ..55 retina tie .... ......no
yo 5
and the local : !. on their farms and I The veteran can get National pane. ea' ........,aS.e.. 'he 6II.t1.
eemen, receiving, the .. I Service Life Insurance: on a ..... aoeta* .. Me....fen a feN.. ref..... .
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'Top!: Robert Pike president of the AuMociation vice-president: and hot, :

'Arcadia Art Association, discusses tom: Linda Lee, daughter of Mary
'The lied Barn' a painting' shown Edith Drown, stand near a aerie of
a atone, of the club's art show, with her mother' portrait of which Linda

,the,,artUt Mary Edith Drown. Cone was often the subject; and bottom N a
I ter: Mary Ilhoade. Sarasota irvfntructor left "Symbol of the Ages," a paintIng I
put. the finishing' touehea by lone Adamson.I .

t obi,n,p'c;>>rtralt of Mrs. Gregory Demon _

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Art Club Plans December Show I ..a t

Because f
I Need I IThe
I, Over 35 active DeSoto County bring In outside, well-known were held during the past year Way
artists have begun their, painters for Instruction sessions by the Association and at the
!: second year as members of and' assessing the 1 Hot DeSoto County Fair the
eI' the Arcadia Art Association, paintings of the local artists. group maintained a booth of w '
':; .It W"*" announced here today Several clty.wlde art shows :outstanding paintings open to 2ti"
.i ,,bV< "aVb (Pike, president ... -- : the public.
e, t tM *X *ocl.llolw... begun .i.N.ae .. ... Many of the local artists Best and She '

t with but a handful of hopefuls I have attained recognition with ,
who.w..d. to band together' their paintings outside the I
I Si for mutual. learning and crl. I-.t)'. Among these are Mrs. rr i
tlclsm back In October. 1903. lone Adamson an artist for
a' and like most beginning or. ... than two years, with over
t gsnUations they' were .nthu. Duda SO paintings to her crfexilU Saves M ooy.
I siastlc enough to start with a Many of her paintings hang In
:, bang.; in this case, an Art H banks, restaurants and places. a --I-
r' Show. of Interest In Charlotte and +
!} It was scheduled for a- Sun.' r "Mrs. J ackson, DILI blolocr Sarasota counties, and several t.. p'Jrk l _

e.' day afternoon at the Oardon "teacher sends out a can thiswe.k of her efforts have won blue _
Club Center from :3 until 8 .
for shall type )Jars aim ribbon. firsts In art show Her !
:; and there were over 15 paint.Ings liar to the kind baby food I mural The River Jordan, over
i' all by local .r\I...., Over. the at the North
C''ate La '. seems theynee4 My Daddy
I i': lot people signed the guest th.m In class for kf ping. Iflllsborough Dsptlst Church / \ rA i v
list to view the paintings. bugs an4, suchv has won wide acclaim. >j_. !1
s'' The show was scheduled I The first joint painting session .
It t to give local. people an Insight An I J ordIs.htoned\: Gospel for the year was held last _

j Into the amount of native) Sing will ... hel<* at' the Oak I Tuesday afternoon at the Oar. Says SoTo ;
i j: l' talent In the county and toI I| Hill Ilapllst,l-ltufch' In Hunker,I den Center and was termed a % _
Interest In the Art / r
a. encourage neat Saturday night II was I success by the members.An I ..
Association. Frutn Just a mere the .....
announced her art show by
C. handful to a .large active club! today. I 'anon has been scheduled for/
I p.m.
... It will& start_ajl 4 and i
the Association &
grew I there will k aoloa. Quartetsand I the middle ot December with _
I A recent meeting saw the group .....UI.. The public paintings by the !oc 4 artists& "
Club off to a good start un Its available to purchasers who
Is invlUd tat r
i anniversary. An election of offleers I II I might like them for Christmas
I I saw Hubert (Bob) Pike,t Uetha Ttnsley, finance offl I"I gifts. It Is t..utlv, ly st at I
0 t r.Installed aa president, Mrs.I con: w h u-. ((tupatatend.nt 01'' the Garden Center on Lake I I
RI,I Gregory Demur as vice 1>1'1. ,1 School" office,'V' Uen> from Katherlne. ;
i dent. ".. A. C .PuIk. re. 'the, office wlln*sjhsctured an. -- ., .h4. .
'elected secretary. Mrs. Jack\ kle. announced.. trVay 1 that I I
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\vhtnall' ....I< t >> of directors fur the new t It secretarynjff Murphy! ..... I k
eaeun will be Jarrett lUmllton. .'1 jnoa. of the 4a'e>]wok will t. ..:.
i Mis Carl Adamsun and, be slowed dMnrsl .Mail te4ver sum :"
"."......at.. Mr. Walter Halls. : '
!I Mka wiU f This year, the AMuvUUon -.1 ". I
will*hold joint paint sessions', EPANiSiI.. MQj oft I a; Ccrueid (AdjtJst: bIswd '. .
t t ,by.n members, twtre each't .. N bolstd. ; 1'..... I. '
t ton lit I.,- ...& vf U>. uiMal'scheduled \,ass air pia"! t 684 non Hazer Save before. :
I meetings. The see. iurtah mist Ipipp t*.t; It 'a 1..:." as never :
retorts will b' held at the Ar. Is ,.aat'" to ttoe Seaside.I ,l r.:;"' ..... /r
) t,, cadU< Garden Center audltuclum I\ : I :t\-: :' t
and wilt b* on each Is loU talk IsMt t I .
first TueaOay and third tuturday coIn shortages \.!, ...*I W.w MIli < : :-.

I until 7 in p.m.each month fr m 2 England. sluOeata college. te town btlnaf. Veaurgnl Mvrtr Just watch l i for the ; t.: .

To defray eapenses t* the, missy in ema aft ta''
Garden Center, donations wtUbe I that. aumeUMng. iNBlVT Who: .> i.. .
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accepted trot patUctsv Unnrtlala < cv.e baa p-rkm. ( pMtnieaZ. or '
and the AawtcUUwn sowmake J the right chamg* W! lie ever 's '

cost. The up any......diffrtvnre.*. wilt sot, iaj h.UH".$t"h4 chang geybowfa xScarwcrvwm I WARTS!

a regual. teacher but wtU be "51tctrk t b a t THe ArcadianServing
mutual criuntn and suggeoUwnaeoaiun 'Ie.a' lugtt,
pitched screhes .-.. txmtre.
with .. '
< s artist passIng th.t Siam
f sound C5.
like bats are being WarS W">'
on his or her technfcjuea' ta tMU ana omens tat fitghTtro Wlthe 4 cite"", ........
the other bull I ..... eo eetrlhief"'reemaeam e.....
evray wtM Hw thsi. Doges.genre .
The local club U a aneenWl: ..... a' ____....-......u .t.::' Arcadia DeSoto County, and Surrounding Area: Shoppers
ofbe Sun Coast An OuuVthat I i. saw. bo,, ., tk.tge CH,, ....... -. ,

take in eleven cities o*I i It......, new ride taosacyeke .&. woe ....-.-....bss.e...,-...Kp.1J..dr ..
the Wet 0.-.. each having a ...... 1.-
of ***** beu .... .rab...a wM1Mf -
club and thecwmbuwil. gross .**ne .. cheaper than bay/. I.a..y, 'aa.a-. e.i.cCs Dedicated To And Truth For DeSoto Cotiritians4.A
atagee art shows several. .u. Sirens a ....... sets ii.aad w. tstr I ..4....... Progress
as pasts .4 \ '
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I seek year. al.bu4. warts ef -a a worts -- ---- eweM5g5 .. ..
like aakl that the A ecetlI -hiW the fact.. hrp tm __ tram :
insole will" frvu tone Ui UoM wta.I.J. atalrl 3t M sNaleaw


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i r_ 1 TIME: G cents per word. ." THE ARCADIAN, ArcHciiac; Florida T1tur:+Jay. November 5, 1964 _5-A L

i' 2 TIMES: :5 cents per word per issue.

3 Classified or more Display TIMES:counts 4 cents at per 40 words word per per issue.Inch. !I I FOR lUST M1SC SERVICE: TIRE FOR-BARGAINSAND SALE See Carper! RBli$ From Pine Level i'i'i' :; r_{ -' J ':ft I I'MRS.

Tire Service uptown TxacoStation. '

Clarified! Deadline: Wednesday, 9OO a. m. WA e.S311. ').eftS. T. E. M1ZEULE Airs Ora Lee Lalyton. The spent the past two weeks attending -
tfe I'I boys returned home that night to business and vac.
Box Number Charge: 25c extra. I Mrs. 'W. Thompson. Miss and the others returned home tloning. They spent both weekends

FOR SALE Perfection oil 1 I Elvla Wuthrtch and Mr. and Fiiday evening with their daughter and
h. Card of
1 Thanks
at Classified Rates. Space Heater Good condi. Mrs: B. J. Pollard of Tampa Mr. Bill lesser and Mrs. family Mr. and Mr*. FHardison. L

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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Arreni Wuthrtch. Saturday. church services at Sandy, then of Brighton, were Sunday' at...
FOR SALE You saved and I Mr. and Mr*. Pollard cam spent the night and Monday
FOR SALE I ternoon visitors with hU &1'tel' :,
slaved for wall to wall car- Thursday and returned" homeMonday. with their daughter and slater, and niece Mrs. Dtlll Unn

FOR RENT XJnfuriahed pet. Keep it new with Blue! I! Many more happy returns Mrs. Ora Le* Layton. derwood and MUa Eva Ross
I FOR SALE-2 Bedroom homeon House Call WA 8.1682. Mrs Wuthrich. The
Lustre. Rent electric sham- I : Mr*. Lavunia Harria and Mr. Hagan. '
4 large lots close in. l lots Ue puoer $1. Arcadia MusicFur George Cunninghams< helped : and Mrs Tommy Putnam gave Mrs. ZuU. Wllliant
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of shade orange and other niture Store. with the celebration, too. a birthday dinner for Ralph! Mrs. T. S. Carlton ancl ;_
trees priced right for quick FOR RENT Unfurnished Mrs Dillie Underwood niece 1i-:
6c: and Carl Putnam Sunday Bar Miss Kate Carlton of Arcadia
sale. D T Conoley 240 N. De- newly decorated 2 bedroom I' Miss Eva Rose HaMn, and bevwed chicken' and swamp to j' I : .
Tampa Thursday, where
Soto Ave. home. WA B-8771. after 5pmSltfe. HOP WANTED weekend guests. Mr: and Mrs. I I cabbage were the high lightsof & Mrs. Carltun went for medical !

6. 7. 8. 9p J C. Daye. Lakeland attend I' the! dinner Thus attend. I advice.
--- --- ed the Platt family reunion at,i i log were* Mr and \\\Ira. Put. I I

FOR SALE Completed home FOR RENT 3 room and efficiency HELP WANTED' Wanted .x. Lake Placid Sunday. Also. Mr. vain Ralph! Carl. Susie, Kenny I The Pin Level Sunday I

on your lot. Ceramic tile apts. Ph. WA .8-621 perlenced' full time waitresses,I and Mrs M F. Miscue Mr. ., and Elaine: utnain.. ...I.... 'I School children enjoyed a 11&1.1
and 1 Mrs T. K. Mizelle and lo.eparty Friday
night and day Apply in person Harris. Harris and lUll
both, hardwood floor. Call col- or 200 Winifred St. Hilly the I/
.t Civic Ccnttr A few
Mrs Hrtlllnejiworth of
leet> 764-4070 or 763-C653 or SUe at Pine Point RestaurantUc Harris We wish them many
Pine Level attended! the reunion ,i visitor were p.etent. and all
write happy
Ton y Quality Ilullders
It was a good day I played game and had. fun
P. O. Box 68. Oceanway Jack and Airs George Cunningham -
FOR RENT 3 room Duplex -
lots uf visiting and good food Sam Harria of Sunlund,
d s aoov Ue. Horida 3.1218. drove to Sarasta
apartment Close in. 215 ,
at noon Training Center Fort \Myers.spent
S 6 7c Monday where they visited his
4. So .
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Orange Ave Call WA 8-7713. A "WOMBNT TO RItM.M8ER.A. American .
Mr and Mrs. Merrttt Helm the Halloween weekend yaungater.sV
L. Dees
cousin. R at the
'* ec '* '**'r Orl..*" mt an Amerleen legend, tn. rat raeyrs. .
of Onero, of her her wth his HI
I am deeply grateful to my were guests! family par
FOR SALE OR RENT 2 R. L was badly injured Oan aleb. .In Walt 01."..'. ".. Dear. t* My Heart"
friends for their flo. j children at the Harrison Ranch enta and two nephews Carl
( 'Block house new prayer J I In M fall recently. The T*.hnlel r feature alas stars Burl!Iyea. a.ula ..ndl,
FOR RENT: Downstairs cards and visits duringmy ] where Mrs. Helm's birthday and Ralph Putnam carried, him
decorated. Low down were Mrs. Clyde HoIUngswurth. ..tf-Ljtana PattenA Buena Vista 1'.1.' l ..*. This .w..!. at
ly pay newly redecorated apt. New recent illness. May God I was celebrated. Sunday May her. two sons and her mother back to the school Sunday af. the, D*..l. T". 'p.. '
Third house north of .
4e furniture private entrance. bless each one for their you have many many f Mrs. E. G Sellers of Arcadia ternoon.Mr I -' "'" -
Airpcrt entrance Carnahan
Turner-Ellcr on Estates. Close to business district. Retired thouchtfulnesMarie I Lisle. mO..f visited relatives In Okeecho.be and ,Mrs James T Ml. wlh* U.*v varlotia membersMrlous (he Ilne; comes:

JIdsm A\e. couple, or working woman Kirkpatrick I Mr. and Mrs Elmer L. Friday On Monday. she .ell. of Rlvlrr Beach spent readtnir- >. phrases of I Mr and Mrs. D.V nol.I .
$5500.V..lter But.,:ereit. Owner. or couple. 17 South Man : tin and daughter Laura L..,1. .
I drove her mother to Tamp from Thursday night till manal"-n'.. I llngsworth.' Sr. and Mr. Mar.lamw .
\ 1.e. 6 atee._ Itfc I lof Winter Haven his two sons t on business with her doctor. I urday afternoon with his Two:former mtrnber from Sellers ttmd'-ft: service

N.a 7. 8. 9p LE LtOTICE- Jerry and Greg Martin. of Arcadia Was doing.; fine. ents. John :MU.1I*, of s.t.1 Arcadia:. Mrs: Abbl Hollln I at Trinity Methodist Church

..IIt FOR SALE House for $SOO. FOR RENT Newly decor f I ware supper guests i j Mr and Mrs Frank Hamp.'I I dims vllsted Friday and w.nh sjnd* Mrs\. Ulrrnlc Rrl Sunday' A revival 5 N In pro.

Must be moved. Contact ated :3 room furnished apartment .M TN ctaewir CONST or' TNIW11 I Thursday of turner's mother I ton of On*. visited her n other. urday. with them lens, were visitors :All vial gress there this week

damp Gammace IU 3, Box for rent Adult only ..140 k45 TM asset.JUDICIAL cocwiy CiaCWlT. eiOaiDAIM
641) or Nhiasa WA 9.5711 after $2500 per month. Phone WA : CMAMCIKV 14 SASS* Sunday afternoon and daughter Mr. Cia Thont.as. Keen a/ed.Mr. :ChrHtlnv Cunningham '
t 5 '5 pml1": 9 1291. 12 tic MC4.EN C.NOTIC09 WAPMMMitl .1uN Suit, LEGAL NOTICE. Pin Level Civic Club met of Fort Myrs\ wr Thursday were hoa|..**..,. a rVIna I' ORAVILV RIOINQMowins .
6p --- -- ---- -- last Wednesday- evening. Millard guests of Mr.' and Mrs. ? dellctou rrrrtim 1taTh I

FOR RENT: Six room suburban AI..iMtw... Go WAI.eNGTON IM TM. OUMTV JWfrOfl CWT IMAM MUelle presiding. Bus. George Bailey, '-In. Level Mth>...' f- e1. *.M. tw
-- home. Unfurnished. roa *. OTO COVMTV. koe.ro AIM bees of doing some more Mrs. Bill Woodruff of Tampa Church Is getting'at long nest l leci 'hl.Nrp velT fun Tnk* ft r
Recently redecorated. $8O per' ro Mnre M oiMgurt e. -- at tltAII Of 1 building wee discussed also visited with her father n.woat- of paint It Ms GROUNDS ;

month. Phone WA 8-4834. you ..AsS.._ .H4i...lir' MOTi"ijtUtr.....tMH au0ls.pH..OTKTo ANOT55' CSS51T05ITo D..5. I sum other neighborhood. af. and wife., Mr. and Mrs. KdKnUht. : ,hoped. that toy:'"."|. "nrfe| IQUIPMINT' O .

FOR RENT Two 2 Bedroom SOtfe. c-bvan > r.a.i o..c.iun m 1ft w toy ALL C5IO.ts1.S ANO P.\OI fair wr talked of being .. Thu...".,. day, 3r l Sunday, the *|>|tear. I f
houses, one furnished one -- -- ILlM C. WAW4IM61OT4 M trw Or.ut HAVING. 't'l.oQII' 15ATI 0114 1405 started.Mr. Mrs Mob Wuthrich and asses of the building. will ...". '' r ---

partially furnished 1 mile E. FOR RENT Furnished Du. MUM.Court w and.* 1/w.. T CtaSaM..in"' JudttWl Comp Yaw ... -..., .m..N.d w: .e and Mrs. Jerry Flint daughter Brlgetla. of Arcadia. chanatl. This church w. >rChanged. "

of Highway 17 at Gardner. plex' 530 Gloria Avenue Ar. lur-. .nd y- ... fM>..v ..-... _. e4 ..-".. Sly.roes 5505. _a.n.a-d.Now rhUdr-. DIane and Robert, of wr uests Sunday after This church was' or 'Tracts
aMV 5
Phone: REGENT 51073. cadia. Florida, J. Pierce' Rt. and w Ng.A'.d 04.is' 1,1a S'w s.wnNn tomel..itr 55050 :1 5AIOOSPH A5.Dta5 aQ. Da ..w..d Ft. Myers, spent Monday night nopti of their' gramlmothrMr and the mvtntwrs hop tr havea Arq I :

8. 7. 8. 9p 1 1. flux 518 Punta Corda. FU.NE .Ned ...:... o a ai :...w In*.*.5... ..... bat ortwe d o LNSa.* Manx. Case GOba, "w.die T : and Tuesday with his parents, *. Arreola Wuthrlrh. centennial. celebration when S Mil.. W..t *f Ar4l Jot
.w4.4 H we rfMe tr ---- 3388.. 5. 8, 7p saw 0.505. Ca. ---- -- ---- -- -- I
Cawav 0w
sup14 w I
FOR ".NT-Furnished apart. 5.1-"D.sewa.Caaiy.: Cwa/i': oasa: Court MpLiui ot Arcodl*. Plows..ai Y Mr. and. Mrs. It. J. flint. Greg Martin of Arcadia. was .u 8R 70. Lew PrU .f 'J Oper
in _i annon IIOIK too owe Mr. and Mrs. Thurstoj Let. w*.II.nd guest of his grandmother ..
--- -- AUI. '
nvtnts. Private bath. Couplesonly. 5.5s d.5 JOHN PARKER Ar wltl .ll.
{ WANTED .... W N 5..e 5e05 N alas .f.tr>e SaN putoi.olov* of i550 pi.IN. > lets. Pua>ta Oorda.>> Mrs. Ole Mrs Or* Le* Laytott I
2 blocks: from downtown. c JOHN H.IOWI Duncan Arcadia, aid Mr. and payment, esssflent_ '..r"*i. si
r.-.;' :r--= Sw hose 55.15 c1e 50 0 d.aw05 a0aS aM Mr. and Mr, Prank Hampton REALTOR 1
All utilities furnished. "0 per "It -.... note ..-... i* w..f_....oN.. N d.4NU.N. SASS Mr*. Oliver Reynolds. Colunv. of One were all deryguU .ala.t...
month. Phone WA 8-4795 uinterested 'U. esr 44 w.1.wia and -'
or WANTED The Arcadian N. D.$. tvonu*. Arcade, HOMtt OflOVIttMANCHg I
bug Ohio railed Mr. and
c..a..r5 .l a 5... 5x54 N5o aA1 N N CN5a5, YwOW on of her another, Mr*.
WA 0-2331. 14-tfe I in aU Arca.Ua.&to : ,e. "i 4w e .. <_ *xurttoroif N a. .p C15w..rd, -. Mr*. H. W .Keen Sunday. attertioum. Frances Tucker.fnn Turner Co.
I residents. If = .:.. r.w toe RodlrV'
FOR RENT 2 and; 3" room County .500a4 w agoirwf.... you s.w.N0.lor N* a l ::;.n..4 So : "bor..., ':'. Dr. DAM DwnevJi and Level H. D. Club met C.._
I Lave item It 1* N. .
a news jot Awe.WAXV.JM
you rail s15rw 40.0..4 er..r"
apartments. Private bath for -w. 5.r .tow L/adw MN. w friend of Harlow and Porter- In regular aaalon TuesdayrUghl. .... sad NcrlH O.. <. t
down and mail.1L to. Post Office .... e.aa 55 ...........4a awn w 55.1 c.an be ... f"_ ._ ,9. fPfc. ,
couples.: 198 >& -Brevartt or box The Arcadian N50 0ee -- -. 05NI. I:= ,a. -:=.. pa sic :Ir..rW. .5 Keen of ..,_a. wen Balur *.rU>l vc* .--.... I A..41. WA 'e.I4" T .
870. '" a..5 1 wa. S. as. N < *
Highway 17 WA 8-S053. .5p..r day lunch guests of the Keen*. Mr. Edna Keen lding. In
Arcadia or Stop in at our .f. a. t"r: ::,: t- = HowNew" Cwa.p J.d .s aS.5a. > j>
'It 6. 7. 8p/ __ __ ..c r.__ .. ." M,. and Mrs. II. U. foyer ,the absence ., Mr*. Itawavy, .
208 West Oak Street. [ HKoWrsw T - "--
'Itl -- u.-o. C.saw, ,__ A..wu-r.a.r .5 t aN. returned during She ....*.. Vurnished 48>shop 'N,_ \orJ CVC sr ... 1
FOR mv O
l apart. .f auoOlpa ANcees. 0-- Miami when' they hailMtOTatafyo'MM .
.oii t Court o* mo rWviiOrourf ,.,..... on .Management, RURALGARBAGE
ments, one 2-bdrm; also WANTED BID On clearingmy m. om< seed w Coca ::-=' HUG./ GI\.t.\: i 'ONU -- -- ,--- ----- ,
ftoriMo rt *
sleeping room, private baths or Mo o
42 acres of land. Sec. Aroo. OetoM) County. *torioo onLt.l J'"ad'a' Oct- .
and entrances. Phone WA 88755 .. 19. Wv 1.1'.19. 5544
d.7 ire. A. 0 I. ._ Qua News
601 N. Monroe. 32. TWP 37. Range 25. I"% AY....'. CMrk ot ..aCore. -- -
of SW North side .... 14O1545
S4. Highway, c.-, 0. c-o. ACAfMA. POO to courv. rtoaicxAOCIuOia PICK UP
._ PT? 10. Fist side town line. : cv lanes Mw5. A. Yen 51e54. M. !law. MOTrCt koro- Mr, and ",.. J. M. Bu.kner -
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FOR RENT -Nice 2 Bedroom Write E.=: U. Roddy, Jr.. *33, ,, V..d.a.... Sy__O. n.'o.*..11.0.._.wd_ 15.40 cC -b.4> : t1- :: and family haw rturne *fler
South Road. Palm' '- Oow ...ctrie VMOMVOT| row spee.dsssg. the In
County on summer
reliable ..
House in Fort Odgen to 5.r
..t.. 1). I I.... ot Oa A. M orfOinvAllMT IN DeSOTO COUNTY
couple. John I'arker WA Beach Fla. 1 .Aaed.e. 15w a. f'2 D.S.O. c_. cHe...- A.. 4 the IMMTtll.The .
85431. 3tfc 1. 7. is '450- _' 1544IN =, ::::' .- ----. cuMimwttlty was deeply

,1_ __ Ten Ciscirrr cow*1 *r TM .:IzkS. a TOY .eJ4e. *U try' the .has ., lri.
FOR ''SALE 3 bedroom WANTED -To buy small.eunpact twtsvN J,,*>ClAl ClSCUlT. .M t.yMw I vet. Harry Mine who ..
.... ::= T ::: w
hum suitable fr si TT. *MMMMCAM 170 wail Ca.5a.. .;: :
C.B-S: house 2 baths. Located OS CH4V 3 .a' wao0. 4.. 4w killed sa Maneuvers las| Spain.. '
In Town Country F.l.At.Sey..l .-. I retired whit couple. May con. MO. wave "-. 55 Cw-Nr.ee- Mrs. Wayne mhelfr and children Courteous Experienced
sides lot with a building un 'It. *MT e. e a0aC1 ..... ..._ t Sp. 5,4 _
varieties of Citrus OWASO A lazes, sepw0dl j I Sn a." 115 .. w.a,5r of Avon Park vUiUd ..,..
tree on 1/2 Acre lot. Reason Give detail Bo* 222. City.. .i..d. .=-.0 .:: N Lela )..#,...... ..twrdajr, Operators
ably priced. If Interested, call IP ANN'" *AIM.rtnn I wsa.AM.w C'*.-eoN a. :: d w.- +. e k Mr*. ta: Jane Albtllton and

WA3871 after' 5 p.... WANTED Te give room 0.MOTKI'" *** PV..h0t4 I Cl II -!. ... "/, ...---. girl& W L.a* Mart vuiledrelative .

1 '. T.; 9e and board to woman who la State O* 't .
-- --- - AM < f /
-- -
v alone or one with one or more s.wrs'21wwa A..ao I Mr. sod Mr*. Jack Murphy
- small children. In return for ''" I- I S.6.aw. case-co and girl. cad. Mas .. FOR SERVICE, CALL
Ion RENT TrippTue
child car SUM! horn upkeep. ..Vac..-. 55.Sea0054 0 .r.. ISO _MAc aa4: *o..fru::.,<*rr'JM. T555550v .bled "No AI 0.,. *. :

2 SCOROOM HOME. If interested writ File Mo.: SAO* ru.r.: J ei |:: IWA4. try zt, _. 5.._5544NN. 4.,'. GROSS DISPOSAL SERVICE
tot set .f fawn.KHanen .
2.... H .we Court .5 Mo T.A.w J..ear5 / --. Mr. sad Mrs Cartarl.y.
Pumlanee) irJt o* .Wjrlo o* waS 00. 4 \
la Is.1th Garelin.reef
7. 11 w M.Say IW Cgs Rout 1.ARCADIA.
fM1SC I Phen
Aim*** New _i. hew M Cl--.. SOS you 1 I ,
c50.4 N 5w M -} 5- ... .........
G5d WeM .ed) Oen Set. w 55. .7. N --w Mpa.aWN1 :: Cyy: ""'IVIIWCXr. Bo FLORIDA WA 8.1186
9SO.OO PER MONTH I -- S Anan, .I Iro .-' .I, I ._ 0._ '. Mr, sad Mr.. 0'....... Wll.
: a. 4. .au.xo y ::1. :
I FOR SAlE 100 /.a t
>*._ WA1M1 I .. -TMIT1V4U. OSITMOX.. rl/r Swe..1 1I wS' TrCo i 'iwtee'SO... ipvJ, hiss 5rf Cael Mat, visited M 2..* I
c.-. l.r.s.
-- I w. **** **** *-* *.*. ; ar sad Mr sad MN. Mabry Mwyhy I
-- .. -TirTr .. -- '
.d w C w.154s ..
.' -
I FOR SALE: Snail d.caralive I _-sari_--.. w5iw.rCrsM .. A.Iesle5 ....., sad .hAW.- .wlday.
tiles. 200 colors sod pat Cww w w.. a..5.CC.n. 1 M 1-: T'iS' !l = Mr. and ..,. nw." ......
JOHNSON'STREE I tern for IWJtyUtaplates iteM .4 ...-... !.*.. M .r .ace e56.,. M* r.N 55 *a1.>> Ca, -4-* ..... ..*'e61E11Gll.q. PM and. Sett ..... navd MEs.

I bowls, ash trays ice 5.-.o.- M toy taws.a 0554 ....5.N = _.,..S YS. Yes era. :: Gc o.0..t. FOR SALE -

SERVICE buckets, table etc. Instruction ::: .S.. =r::.:.N. .a au.4 = erlaTS. =.-:- =. 50. Na. 5544Sc i a**./. POP*!fHRf tale *4 Mr. Mat M.... Carl',
NawS .4 -- -
*. *iOTVV.| el.a.atIdes! *tdiacontinued SO .e.5.5Ma w.5a a o4..wM.. 14.44 05 M -=: S.o: ...: Mal*" .NM* Mr*. Alberta MurM4 .

*>n._ WA $4243B. ; price Ideal 1 for -:::,, .... .... ___..I t ---a--7s w ra..7' _N 4r.w..ace- S. Y a t111At t.511r ph, ., "-. ..,.... Mr*.

...n.. West Florida Tile Distributors. "" tL'" .. ?--. ..... --.... co- ..-5..dw.a.N 5954. 55i5. W. J. A1k...... Ps.day cent
.. Our A4 I* tn* I In*. Ml School Av- *J .Lv 4441 It wAY Tpo.r Sad Mr*. Ma4.M -.*
livesIHA :
( Cow
ou*. Saraaot. FVockta. .. e sat cwttA z-.... I.. .a_ agt ...., and Swat *, c........... .....
YELLOW PAGE* 2tfe' ,_ sw. 1L5M4 .. ..
Mr Js
-- tIl h, cod hays
pap 4> --. .Slap54Sies -ntn4 asaw. .T* ...... rr AAV CASKaMV. .. MT-.Iftf 1G/011RM ......
P'OfIW tALf Us1 Oo. Rasp.M .1 -- o.d.S er -- -

I a-.. C...I.... Dm.ee 1 ..y.,, --r. ... .... 55 050it5 V ::::1.00...,....
TI"CI WAlatMt I .w 00 OMM are SlUkMO 0.U 0. .*>4OA
I Gas Canassiy. Phs+ t.-ttt o.._ ......". '... l'l-... .a 0. ,I.. eII pO..rr ____ 44' -. ____ LIPPINCOTT !
ML : f I aw. a w 14w. "A.wa"

.:-=....- .. _t 94 p..a..aa fill 0 o..s.N ..... Srtore. Or*.* sV"* iM, DSMnhI. ELECTRIC
Nw OAAD'" .. IVIs ..
I 'I' 5 Wtl1 T .e z. .,: ::....i.IM.=.. art: i .5SO .*iis M ..... ....
555. .55.,9 M. 5544 ...
eel Br.sMA.a
I 0. oN.e 05 sec Nan IN05.i Tee ... I I
r1. V.Tire -- iirN1 w.w w e. S..rAr55.A .. 50. Cew5 -* anr w a>..r .ds1t e.wa5.p...,
Discount *=- --S.y O "SM-' sure M oNN g!AVS .......' mKlfMit(4, (.r. Cr...ry. M..t Market, and

i --. ----55555.-.... ----- .5 aseso__d .Si....-..errw ....-: ..0.: 1a.sea g4'II'- ",i.*0514&* ***7 In.TTC. I I ATf ,-Lses.fI.- ..'-"" ...... ;* Sawke Station Pltft 3 ....,oom H...

v -saw..-.fear M w r..U- .-.-... 5.-. a.s.V.S- pod.,.e.w':. r..r..4- -5. = -:. 1 =---c--: On ,F* .r.I l Highway with ov.r49O
M- r 5.d -
fi....: coo are_ -S.. I : .i -'< I Fat af Frontofl.
.___ [ AUws.e. C-
***r- M WA. ***.! h. :54'pp..e: tLes4 1 Fti.furtn9} Cite Rail Will Wo Ik-Jit' FraaMrV

SPECIAL PROPERTY EUYSI! Star., ......., Well IquJpp M.., M.,"..

I end Stara Fall Stock with al
-- -L-OOK I 90.. .
F.N t b550.s'N.aN. ..... .-. a ....... Ma.5.a1..
11 _r... ..*.. t be4..... ire ..--. e. d e.ara. I .. Y/l4o, will c....Jd.r small h.... 'In

.4 Nn ,.... 8_.c esed ee .... ........ i/1AM MOBILE ,HOMES ; a.4._ CSe ...... sea' ........ -4 A....... Hfglttana'c County on .trod.

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4I ea.... I1M.7. p.fa 10 & 12 ,...* 1fila i r 1, 2 a 3 B.droo..si bdree. c.. New., .....S1 tvs.f. .......... : :This Lana; r..bn.h.d Bu.Ir ... and Homo

!I. Pvkod for Qt ck Sale!
10 ft. WJ4f Prices $3.200
we 5esv so pe.e4 .+d. s y4.. *.*. owr ...... ., start L.-. woo Seas51S Woe Tr... Mw..N1f ....... I .

12 ft Witfc, Prick start $3,995 ..
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JARRETT HAMILTON q.MIE NO." o.sa ............ Epp..- 5aseeewsa. '

REALTOR PS <** "* ore] d.. Jk. .,..... JOHN PARKER, Rafter. JAMES R. TOMPKINSREALTOR

q unwell P i .-- MA ..." 8AaKLEY MOBILE HOMES 811 a..a..C PA...A Ass.. 1 aw PATIWA PA/l.e< i jWA "

&A" DOWO ASOCAT111kh .: ..TTY .0.- "_ 11 lib c.... I. ---.... f...... 'WUU.a.tom ....7 W. .4111 : HO 5-4311 Lak Placid Fla.I .



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rcaCJia_ Florida. TJiursC1ay. November G, 1)6.fI !)

travelled over 14,000 miles with 0, OLDTIMER MYSTERY PICTURE NO LONGER MYSTERY

I I .' IV&yakka& >City Mews; the Welcome circus. new residents to 0dt5mer! ; Mystery Picture 'J ;

Myahka City Mr. and Mrs.
John Christ
William Hughes have moved This week's man of mystery is a real Oldtimer Correct ChoiceLast

ELIZABETH HILL .nd. 88 State Road budget were Duck Into the dwelling owned by I who was born February 6, 1873. fit Jefferson County

State Road 70 push promised -' Murk Wyatt,. chairman, Ken Mrs. Albritton.James Aba Mr. and I' la.. lie came week's old timer mystery M '. Christ claims fishing as
by officials. County Corn 'nditt 'Earnest!. t. 'Mir.. Norma Laiton: and two I to Arcadia as a young man was Mr. John Christ his' nobby, though those who
children all I
,jnlisloner Ralph Clark and, :s' lJltkle;' Uoyd: ,J'r{ zL A. W. City from Brudenton came to Myakka man and worked as and was correctly Identifiedby kn..w him recognize that his
state Rep. Wilbur Boyd have .Tfiacftlef: ,.: lu rnest Marshall Beach. both fireman and en- i i the Rev. J. J Martin who main interest is his business
pton.'set" to do "everylhina"; ami Ralph Kyser this they ar.a are in planing the to future build in I Kineer on the old CII has set something of a recorJ and that he still likes to keep

they can in getting nearly 10. Mark White from Bradenton Wo near &N railroad. for gueslng mystery pictures.His up with It.
mil* stretch of State Read TO Has been recent Visitor with are proud to report that card was drawn from a I
between Bradenton River and his grandmother Mr. White. Mr. Dave J. mma has come I lie was married in huge pile of postals and was n
/ '' here to build a horne Mr Jaa- I 1918 to a girl from a
)lyakka City paved. A stork shower bc\r
is >t glv If''li' Farm Eurcau for
The Oneca Community; Club en /Margaret Willis at the man ij from Arcadia. J well known pioneer Mr. Christ was born in IUI., #

Gateway; Eaat Association and t1;1: Maximo ranch by; Ma Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bolyard I family of Arcadia and 4I nois December 14. 1889 and is

Myakka City Association met .BalTard'-arid .Qr.ata: Taylor onnOV and their three children have I they have no children. 76 years old. lie came here in 1954-65 NamedAt
\ with the Oneco recently moved here from '' 1012 and worked for longtime
Community 4 (W.cJnellrfa1)7:31): p.m. Bradenton I Read the clues carefully a
Club at the Oneco Community Wr.. Hill if as a carpenter and later '
} and
Morris h
)** been you can ;
i Mr. Horace lilll'from BowlIng 4 Meet
Club building with 1 Clark 'I went Into the lumber business 7e an' Supper
sick with a cold. W, hope she Green identify the mystery
Boyd. and the Manatee County will 'soon' bo over:.ft." was admitted to the I I Oldtimer write his which he. along with his sons,
Wauchula ,
Hospital oo operate today. I Allan Copeland president of
HRifhts of way agent Robert Mr. and Mr. Paula Pekan- _
D. Moony The meeting was ter cud: daughter Elizabeth Tuesday.; name and yours on a He was married In 1909 to the DeSoto County Farm Bu

Cohcerning. State Road 70. )have returned) to their "Ccn- Eddie Jordon Hill has enjoyed postal and mail to the the former Llna Smitz, an reau since 1959, was reelected .

The committee appointed to!, tef Hint Ranch" following spending tho last few Arcadian. If your Illinois girl. They have six again this year at the supper .
a days with his grandparents card is drawn and is children, Edgar Vir. meeting held last Tuesday
:work for inclusion In the 1963 summer during -Which theyForm I Walter |
--'--------- Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Boyd. correct you will receive gil and Homer, all of Arcadia night,;: Oct. 27.

., dox Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Mad. I. a three months and Martha bf Texas and Mrs. JOHN CHRIST I Other officers are E. D. Hud.
are proud parents of a Florence lids of .
new baby son. subscription to The Arcadian. Pennsylvania.They son, vice president; W. L.
A \vno TO ,CALL Mr. and Mrs. Earley Earnest have 19 grandchildren d I and five great-grandchildren. 1 Lane celebrated their Golden two new directors, Ralph Ames
f ,1nt14.u.;; Oneco have been recent FINAL, CLUE
visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Tive years ago Mr. and Mrs. Wedding/ Anniversary; and Henry Barrow were elect
-- ------- -- ed other
Jordon i directors are Bob J
DIRECTOR Mrs. Boyd.Mary Boyd gave a "lie worked two years in Cuba Avant Walter Bethel. Millard

': '. Missile, and Marion Parrish.
birthday supper for Mary A :
'hauling sugar cane. .
Owens' Newsspecial -- -
Frances Hill. Which I' 4
'rf .... .
t? Frances parents attended also From the fields to market

Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Tatum, ITCHINGLIKE
SALES and SERVICE and Orland Tatum, Mr. Dave On a dinky train." ,
Jaiman and Mr. Arthur Thack. Rev. and Mrs. Bud Glllett Johnson, Mrs. J. G. Johnson MAD

I ler W. all had a nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilson and Mrs. Jim Brewer and Mrs. Get this doctor's formulalZemo
> Mrs. Ray Stroble attended the Ray Stroble. All enjoyed the
t W. hope Mary Frances has ;
_. ... __
revival speedily stops torment ofexternally
services at North Hills- Interesting and Informative
many more happy birthdays.Mrs. I caused: ..
Advertising Eq" pJri.nt.rNTtaH Viola Earnest of Oneco boro Baptist Church in Area. program and fellowship.Mrs. .minor skin Irritations non-ofecrema

...__. ....dbaNre.l.. ..... 4....?, .( TlONA':-.--T.-..-.. ...-. ..... and Mrs. LJllie Albritton of News From Brownville dia Tuesday night, with Rev. Roberta Johnson of Arcadia ponoiiou insect bites. Desensitizesnerve
-.. ......... _.. Tb. .._..... ...c......h T...<... M* ..... Verna spent the day on Tue.dllJ' .. Jack Whidden of Old Friend brought little Tammy ending: Kills millions of sur-
s.,.:!" W" use 5 .... Pa... w irtv. H....... I,..".... ....._ ship Church of Tampa, doing Shelfer out for visit with I face .terms.Deitch" skin with
with their a
sister Mrs. Flas.
t .. .. .
1.1101. II..p dad P.w. C* i.l**. .. I Zcox-Liquid or Ointment.
5.. -.. d.NwwMl.. Swtk II..N.. sle Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith of the Dreachlnsv All enjoyed- the her grandmother Mrs.\. Kath- __ ___ _
Air Conditioning r..:= C.WA llMlt: rr I.a lit,.i.PUrniture WM. 0... ....... Mrs. Clysta White spent Brown and baby of Sarasota Lake Placid visited Mr. and numbers and the goodsermons erlne Gray the first of last/ n

'-'- Wednesday night with her son visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mur Mrs. A. T. Johnson Sunday delivered. i week. I

al..I.Ai..Id n'CTa.Ca eoo4 ..... _"Aw.....ce .-- .. .Stores Gene and family in Bradentonthis phy and other relatives Sun. afternoon.: Mrs. Eddie Strobe Roan of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Stroble
aw.w. .! n 543) w... 0.- ( _.. week. Mrs. Arcadia visited Grandmother Roan were the supper guests REAL ESTATESee
CoMfkltl MM Myrtle Stitch and children -
WAnav i S- 'i.Awnings .. : lime- o* day.Mr. Stroble
: l ,f ft* H .'tatflo.Mmto.fiiMltiiM* > kM* < riw WAIN lt-*fO*,t re 7k.WM i. sociatlon will have a meeting Arcadia visited his sister Mrs. Monday. Jessie had to go fora Rev. Bud Gillett was given Clara Stroble and family Sat Us Fpr
--_ Thursday night Nov. S. They Glenn Smith and family Sun. doctor's check a big; surprise Wednesday after urday. Good Buys
'Os > .
NOMt up.
-..o.TICT.u-.t..w....... w_', ......._..._..Ira.al.la .... .... l>Na. * .UKK. AMOtflo MIM '.S -;;.//y IkM..:: want everyone that will to at. day afternoon. Sorry to report Miss Judy prayer and Bible Study it be. Mrs. Janice Brewer entertained -
A' HHM4 < _. Ing his birthday. While he was
.' tend this
.. .t .e. .Ho4ew. w 4_ D.1... .;:l w fornttiwe. tH meeting. Mrs. Norval Barger visited Fennlmor .and Mrs. MildredTIad.l. the Junior Intermediate HOMESand
attending a short conferencewith
c"Y Mr. and Mrs. John
... .. o.'e r Mrs. Annie Mae Newberry Friday are on the sick list. I Training Union group with a
r=. .,:;:;J-a'I. o.ae..I PrescriptionsMM. visited In the 11111 homeon morning. Judy is improving.A the deacons committeethe Halloween party at the church BUILDING I SITESGROVES '
rest present slipped over
Bottled Gas 'CC"a"TUY C..P_d ... Sunday. Mrs. H.( F. Flpps. Mrs. and Halloween Party was at to the Pastorium where gifts recreation center Friday night .ACREAGE
.WI' .d/.. sad b..N.// Mrs. W. W. Pritchett and Wil. the Brownville Baptist Church with a treasure hunt games
4r = for him coffee
tea and cake LEWIS AMBLERRealtor
.aitHI. fVtlr- ..*.*.! p.* ... M'Coli......Oe.. 1WA ISI.Iot-MSI. the son attended the covered dish Saturday night. With about 33 I, was prepared. As he was nearing and refreshments appropriateto
=,,_ A4u4. o* bath I TMI Turkey on supper and barbecue at the guests a supper of hotdogs the season so there were a
the Pastorium 20
the for Year
.......y t.. rot.1.. ..;* c._.. .. R.a Mix.d Concrete Arcadia Womans Club House and their,' trimmings, beans, gathered at the door to group, lot of weird looking creatures .
"y.- -.'. .... ....._.,.. 2." Grill Good InOutd'r last Tuesday night. It was theannual slaw and bread and a drink sing and ghost around our com Associate
..., .. ...... ... CONcun -c-.I I Happy Birthday to him. After
::!!i. ,fOyoM.
: was served In the munity that night.
.d Mb ,, : supper sponsored by fellowship he had and HUGH M. MARTIN 1
.a,:: 5..t:..,i. a :;--.rH.: :.. Cooking! the Farm Bureau of DeSoto hall of the church. opened displayedhis
8 Irl1iIMot.rio; I. -. A... ,..._ WAISSI S-2151.: many nice gifts and Many children and their par. J.
Probably the Pilgrim were County. f Games such as sock: race and Mrs. Harold Garner Mrs. eats attended the Halloween tO South D..... Avon**

COMP eJ riMf'< Le* *r-:=:.-,:....: Trontportotion_ __ S.n'c.1' th. first to grill when they Dinner guests of Mr. and ankle tie face were enjoyed. Ice Brewer and Mrs. arda.1; Carnival at West Elementary Phone WA 0-ltOI a

J.a.... ...N.- M...- ..._ I..1*.: .'''CI.VI./ MOviMAMD7' spit'roasted their turkeys over I j Mrs.\ Norval Barger Sunday r Costumes were judged. Coulter served the school Saturday night and all
.. R'1tJtu.- to,. ......... .,../......," sroa.f raw.a. an open fire. Today millions I | were Rev. and Mrs. David Best dressed girl. Linda mesh to about 30 friends. All enjoyed it very much.
Dolomite .:.MM l.r.M.. I1 .t.rt Oak .*=. of Americans-I cooking: outdoors 1 Berryhlll and son Jody Hall; beat dresed' boy. Kent wish him many more happy ---
WAIiMft 1.5111. .
J. W / I
( Mrs. W. W. Pritchett visited '
and enjoying the flavor I Manley; outstanding man, Da. birthdays. -
K. iiiTIMgo- Tractor Tires & Tubes and aroma of charcoal-roasted Mrs. Levin Johnson Satur. i vld Berryhlll.' a* an Indian; Friends here were sorry to

g 0 .. oKO fetWMVMWWe .omo. C.H M%::. foods. day, afternoon. ;outstanding lady. Mrs. Margaret I I bear that Rev. Fred D. Gantt SHOP ARCADIA FIRST
ee I..1.11-- wtWw....,.1...P".._.. w....... MM. .1! ::. k.ad.rd-. 1..NI'T.dl..e... Tim wM The .9. to 7 pound turkey Is I Mrs. Mary Cathernle Kalmesand Ford as a football player.i and Mr. Felbourn Hodges of

( I.hN r'r:. ."_HI vi; beet for grilling. /Cut up Ute daughters were guests of i i .. B.a Parrot. .P. A, andBeulah Tee and Green Baptist church
_-.''l'I""flllS' L. turkey as follow!* X "wIn... :2 Mrs. H. F. Fipps Friday afV spent( the weekend In ,Punta Gorda bad bean seriously Headquarters For
drumsticks. :2 thighs 4 piecesof ternoon. with Mr.\. and Mrs. Gearld
Sales Injured In
& Service an auto accident
.C..."..". :.'. ......... V : breast :2 pieces of back; or Mrs. Lucille Hagan of MI. Chrlstpher lit Parris. While recently and were con. LOWE BROTHERS PAINTS
ef'Se. *. .... .. .. I '
....Nlr A_.. ..* ***-*** r.***-* ::: .,J=r1.-T. M..dk..w.' M b..b--..t.d if the bird Is smaller cut Intoquert.r. amt and your community cam there P. A., and Beulah en. : fined to the hospital. Rev.
e.l .. Place up from Miami for a day visit 'joyed the Halloween
I p ::1.J M ..' ..e bp1 wr1.n i turkey piecesI carnival Oantt Is Clerk of Peace River SUPERKEMTONE KEM-GLO
.t : c. M.b: .....I I grill 0.. to 8 Inches above Tuesday while her she visited at the Parris school Saturday Association and Pastor oC Tee
; C. lermlfiatorsCOHSa.Ot.ly M1 I. \_. NFPI eoo4 T. ".!''
glowing coals. (The wings and Mrs. Glenn Smith. night. and Green &
a. d. b/e d., Baptist Cbureh. RUB BUFF METALLIC PAINTS
= ..=: .... .., ;; ,
I TIopft1/a1Ttl .... /, b..5a4.. .b J. .. i 1 i back pieces: may be added ti Mr. and Mrs. Norval Bargtr Mrs. J. C. Tlsdale visited Making a trip to Punta Oor-
........ ", A."t'"r D.M.d..a1 ..dl. hour after rest of turkey). visited Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mr. and Mrs. 'Debs Roan and da last Thursday to attend ANTIQUING KITS
FI511ipI, ,....'\ laws.. .... :: r.::.'&..r:..Is4 --. M .... Cook turning occasionally, Pritchett Sunday afternoon.Mr. Children) Sunday afternoon. the Womans Missionary Unions .
about m hours. If desired I I and Mrs. Frank Peter Mrs. W. A. Spires, and Billy Annual meeting held In *
P cirle I ;> .pplionc.|| .- -C>>i'ce' Supplies "I baste with your favorite b.rbeoI'I son visited Mr. and Mr. J. XX motored to- Tampa Sunday. the Baptist Church from MUEphralm SEE CROWS FOR PAINT

cue sauce during the last 30 Hurst Tuesday night. Wilson Pritchett and Hor. were Mrs. T. F. Varn.
I l t*- c-: -_.... ..=. N.. AM A'L.TOMS NPKI 'U"H.U minutes of cooking.Tu Mrs. Annie Vise. Newberry ace Hurst mad. a business trip adore. Mrs. M. J. Pan lab. Mrs. CROW Paint And Furnaces
EI1tI.L ... a. Th. An.d4
__ .... ,.t11' -all.w_ 0.- ....._.. .J-I.1.: Ia. 1. Pa..., > test doneness, cut Into, returned home Wednesday to Punta Gorda Monday night. Joe Morton Mrs. C. W. Pearce.
1 .... .1 I" ''J I. drumstick with very sharp evening after under going surgery Kay Ttsdal. spent Saturday Mrs. Katharine Gray Mrs Lee

-- knife. Turkey Is don whenthere a few days ago at Avon and Sunday with I Johanna Wilson Mrs. Velma Gillette. 112 West Oak Street WA 92321a

iS Is no pinkness near the I'ark. W* are very glad she Whaley. JoI.... C. H. Little Mrs. H. O. __ I
: bon. is on the mend and able to get' ,
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Coming around a tittle.Mrs. L
; : vents Mamie Smith visited
Racing Trophy Mrs. Annie Ma* Newberry
COMING, *VBNT* coM' ;;ilta ev THt Won Duncan Thursday. '
A' KIOTO COUNTY by Hay Spires and florae Hunt

'- COMINO' EVENT CHA.MMZSt.O. cOM, '; '*.,;COMMERCE SY 'THE' I In Plant City i son spent Pritchett.Mr. Saturday. night with Wil. 0 Word To the Wives

V OE.OTO. COUNTY CWAM. ..M &..COMMpCBTHUI.OAVNOVtAS. '. Jackie. Duncan, member of' and "'rs. Norval Barger .
t< Jr t. the, DuSoto County Pouett motored to Bradenton on last
j Drill Thursday to visit aUf. beg
ebu tram. wen the trophy In. 1 ...
.tel...:,.Llbt.ry Clwb. .H..re.::10 P. x0\\.I.U"e... : ..UbPai- :* ...-"*...- the Cloverleaf llarrrl race friend Mr and Mrs. Ralph '
.. Clwb, vTOrrtrii! teal weekend when the Pus.avtte Keller while- there they shop
ir-v ,JLS: ? P. -.. w.. ..,, ... .
.Pel Star. t.00: P. M, "_to. 1t.wt.N. Drill Team performed pcd and took care of buslnes
I Odd. P...... L..... leO ... M.; PnMPtvai'Tetagl.e"' Saturday and Sunday In Plant. Anyone having any trading !

Al..h.:: 5:00 c P. M" C waly C.u City. it was' reported here to. 1 ..tampor and coupons that -
M.e. .t/.g/ (::rlh.ese .: : 'J* '; like Your Choice $159.95
APdla.. ') fctt P. M *.wlLae6. j day. would U give them for a
MlnlttwrUI O.r.." Cluh.' 2.SO: ... M. a.N.e ClMb M....*. TM' Drill Team organised ,I good cause may do so by giving -
1 A.....Uil..n P/.el l ... Myafch Stale l clu
t hardly more than a year have them to Mrs. Glenn Smith
FRIDAY, NoviMetn1iO I I already wonw a name for their who In turn will get them to
.. ,.. ; and h.v. where they be used for
group performed in can
D, ee.tratl..te CI,, :W.Git. M tPI5, \ ..
? P' deer kt I many cities In the fudge area a good cause. This drive lasponsored
-..n....lt<. K....... .. t
Vwklle. LUr.ry H...... 1iO t* M.. 1a M.. ,. klkraryAr. e.wlldleg. ., ,, The team will holrl a rodeo by the Woman's Mla. I
W. 0. T. U, 3A0 P. .., PIr... .V5P41t. e".....". and riding events during the slonary Society and the stampor ru/ I
Ar f....... Ar*...la v*. c.......1a.. aoo: P. M,. ..a...la At*. PI.ld.' IMS DeSoto County Fair In coupons will go to "TheI : :::. :" :' ::::i: ::; : :,
adia Or ...* N.. ,". 0.4 /gIlew. H.lt.W 18 January and. will poe lbly ride'I 1 Baptist Children's lcwe- inLalll.r.nd. :

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Introducing THE ARCADIAN. Arcadia. Florida. Thursday November G, 10G1 1-B ,
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i --' By LOOKS Connie OR McCormick BOOKS dent Leading this of year; the America Is Future Ann as Fletcher Homemakers presi- The Build Og'5 Bark .' ,

a popular and friendly seniorat
A bell; a rush; a clamor for the right seats; andshe's D.H.S.

finally there. Another bell; quiet; she sinks downin

her seat. Her gaze wanders to the world outside. Ann Is no newcomer to FHA ',"10-

She thinks of the freedom beyond that wall. The sharp having been a devoted mem-

clang of the desk bell brings her to her senses and two ber for 4 years and President

piercing eyes cause her suddenly to seize a book and elect last year. At every football DHS Slates I

begin to study with fervor. I I will and find basketball Ann leading game the we HOlDecoingThree

Peace comes again. Already five minutes have gone! "
cheers for the "blue and white.
She must hurry I hurry! if she expects to get anything This year Ann Is serving as

accomplished before the period ends. She grabs at her i Captain of the Varsity Cheer. Vie I

compact, pats furiously at the shine on her nose, smearson Students, Clubs

J rouge, and crimson lipstick. Horrors! her eyebrowsare For Queen ,

growing out again and she has to meet HIM after I Prepare ForHomecoming

school. She squirms about in her seat in an attempt II Excitement runs high as bal. ki.tia.tutlr
lots are counted and the 1964
to get the best light, and her eyebrows become a thin Homecoming queen is being

tf line.She I elected. Three seniors Sue
; likes the effect and practices the look she is to Bassler, Cherrie Denmead.- and will DIIS be students and their DHS floats clubs

3 greet HIM with after school. Then she fits that look Ann Fletcher are the nomineesfor preparing homecoming
the annual
(or :
., into what she would first say. Her heart skips a beat *. I II Ir homecoming queen. a parade which will take place
j| as-heavens. only five minutes more! She takes this Homecoming for 1964 will tomorrow November 6, at 2

time to worry over the test she will fail, to dab at her I officially get under way to. pin

.nose, and to hurry on to the next class totally unpre. morrow at 2 p.m. as the home. llesides the float. the DIES
| pared because she simply has not had time. coming parade leaves the high band and the homecomingqueen
sohoo! and makes it's way candidates various Arcadia
J south on Orange Avenue and
: businesses will enter attractions -
i I'" THE BARK STAFF SUGGESTS: east on Oak Street to Koch's In the parade.
Drug Store where a giganticpep : : L-N.\1KAU ANN t'L.Kl\.UM: SUB DASSLt.lt Moss Juyne Dozier, Miss De

THAT you attend the Homecoming festivities and the rally will take place .. Soto County High School will

; game tomorrow night. r Before the Bulldogs clash +.. r,present the yearbook staff.
THAT you extend a hearty welcome to those former with the Tigers from Clew is. ''Bulldogs Face the Naples game In whichhe DHS Students Shi will be driven by Edward

DHS students attending Homecoming. leaden. She has been an "A" ton tomorrow night the DHS : received a knee injury Other Mjussen. a four-year memberof

THAT you buy a ticket to the movie, "Satellite in the squad cheerleader three years athletic field will be a scene jClcwiston In 1 tcadla players offense sparking will b4t the Steve Ar' Register to Vote tho Publications sUM.Homecoming .
Sky." I and a "B** squad cheerleader for parading the underclass II I I tier queen. candidates
J Lewis Darryl Trawlrk
men representatives and the JONESOn from the senior class
one year. DILL :
think about these words of Shakespeare:
you aid CJarner. and PI'kleKeny.
Home Tilt
announcing and crowning of will be Sue llusiler. Cherrlo
"Ignorance is the curse of God; knowledge the Last year Ann was chosenas the homecoming queen for I i, Key men In the defense, Tim Thursday, and Friday. of IK-nmrail, and Ann Fletcher.

wing wherewith we fly to Heaven." outstanding 4.II girl of De. 196-1 I! Tomorrow night In the highlight McAllister. Jimmy Yarbrough, taut week. student ol UoSoto Heprrsentutlves from the other

Soto County. During her sophomore After the homecoming I queen of the homecoming week Mike Provmi. should make High were given the apportun- classes will Include: La.

Band Election year at D.H.S. she served and her court have been escorted -'I end the Bulldogs will try to Ithe, going rough" for the Tigers.Homecoming tty to register vote in Tues ',' lletta Yarbrough front the Jun.
FHA Convention
!t as President of the DeSoto to their seats the game break a two game loss! streak i'I activities' will day's Presidential : 'I "Fur clans, Linda Illnsley from
High 4-H. when fare the Tigers of The registration was the sophomore class and SUe
at'' between Arcadia's Bulldogsand they tlecuon'l I! ;
j of the begin at 2oo Friday with
Saturday. November 7, During a meeting ClewUton. Dropping to I I : p m tl by this years (' sat Yokley from the freshman
7:IS a.m. forty DeSoto High 1964-1963 school year the This year Ann was chosen by Tigers will games I i I. parade. This will be followed 1 dent council.:' It's | class.
School FHA girls will boarda I DHS band elected officers for her Senior Class as a candidate get under way j Venice by a score of 14 13.1 j I ed a parade <>f the final 1tn 1 sturUnts
give an ol'lnrtll" ,
and Avon Park 25-0, the !).. IK'ginning at 2 p.m., the par.
Florida the current school for homecoming queen. The homecoming dance Honoring I' ists In the float contest aroundthe
bus for Lakeland. year. Seta eleven the +ity to think about and act In'' ale will form in front ol the
and the campus of Florida Arthur Coulter, a junior, While a freshman she wa the queen, her court and a 3..2.1 are record possessorsof football field at h.lfthn.1Kickoff Ipolllcal I affairs; and to help high school and proceed south
chosen to represent her classon the Bulldogs will be sponsoredby tune for the will
Southern Univer.ity.Theile was elected captain; Dennis- game them gain Insight into the I on Orange Avenue turning
FHA girls will be goIng Palmer was elected first lieu- the Homecoming Queen's the DIIS Key Club. The Bolstering the Bulldog attack be B-OO.: ) After (the game* there Important Job ef registering tvote < eost on Oak at the Methodist
Court. dance starting after the will be the return of will be a Homecoming dance
to the District VII Convention tenant; Chester Wood second game Too many adults neglect I Church and 1 halt at Koch's
will be held In the high SC'hoolgymn.sium. fullback Unymond Chr:at at tho with music the
of tb. Future Homemakers lieutenant; Joe Leiter head Using her many talents Ann gym this simple duty and are un Drug Store for a gigantic pep
of America. librarian; John Messer. Susanne was a runner.up In the FFA Christ hasn't seen action since Elites I II i able to vote during such an rally

Theme for the 1964. convention Leiter. Linda Purdy. Sweetheart contest white a Important, election.Registration I I'rUcs will be awarded by
Is "Values: Designs for Christine Bass, and Jimmy freshman. was held I onsev.rsl ''tbe K.y Club to the winning

Living. Kicking off the program Stauch librarians I purls cf) the campus float first prlie winner will
of the convention will Diane Montgomery a four- During her years In high J .. with members of the student : receive $IOOO, second prUe
be Ann Fletcher, president of year band member was elected school Ann has held member. tL. council directing the itudmtis winner 93 uo, and honorable
ship In Future ''Teachers. Pep ....... In their registration It was !
the DeSoto chapter of FHA. historian. Janet Hayes, a ( menlkin winner 92. 00. Alt club
She will present the "Thought member of the band and The Club. Dramatics Club. Band < ...... \Ie 7/. very Interesting In hur IIC"Iel I entering a float tit the home-
for the Day Bulldog's Bark was elected to and Chorus. I ,.1.. .. .., J of the remarks |...*....t about cumin j pat id* will\ receive

p Along with the program of report band news.Sandra With her busy schedule Ann ..,. ,, Which, .randVdal rig and was which the party ntostdrttr I second$300. Floats anti honorable winning mss first.

values, the delegates from the Bennett was appointed has little time but when hold" I
5 head drum majorette and spar should the upper hand In lion will be shown on the Football ...
: various chapters In District he does enjoys raising euf vernmtnl. I
cattle field at h...."m..
"VII Kay Nell Zieglor wa sappoint-
will be electing district i icef..1
and !Sine IhU was such a sue:
playing tennis swimming Themes for the floats will be
ed as head majorette.
officers and candidates for state
iulaver, the cutineil
I kept secret until parade time
offices. Among those running ----- -- -- The next ..
time you are walk. plans tn make veter reglatraU3rt Imagination and creativeness
for office will be Joy Convene Afer the program and elec lag across the of DHS an annual affair
: I campus promise to be the oustandtng. \
for District Chairman I tion. DeSoto FHA girls will be I
and you see a smiling and vi. < actors on whl,1'b.. floats will
and Carolyn Evans for the given the opportunity to tour
right to run for state president I the campus of Florida Southern various brunette chances are Calendar'C."ltled.f. l be Jud......

elect at state convention.. University. that's Ann Fletcher! ...
., ,I .1 'Dates to Circle

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THE BULLDOG'S BARK /pi" -Ho>>tut Ing. dance alter game play
Count+,|.r..,.h *cM4l I thane Clewlston.

annual couple* to I November I. 14 American
Published weekly by the staff of .of A osed
newspaper .PJN'I1 i -h"fJ.1", spare Education W..k.Nov..nW" .
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DeSoto County High School. Arcadia, Florida. ...- Th4 l*>> :;t & elected. by It i Movie "Sat.elltle .
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sack4lub: .pi<.*r3, in a candid : In the 1111, .
DeSoto High's "it" quad In actiontough young fellow hail a winning .p.M .|In' the .>V ......,. calendar November 12 rrA basis

iWi and showing the reason why the team thin year.knit Iet CUntbN.\ \' vet .p..... a II) I fuel .
Connie McCormickEditorinChief
Betty Gaaklns =-- ,. -, ---
Associate Editor ,
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Jayne Dozier Business Manager Carolyn Evans. DIES Publications I 51. :
Martha Jo HillDiane .. ._ Social Secretary I
Montgomery ExchangePhotographer Miss Sidney Anderson -- --
Calvin Clouse Faculty Adviser I II C7t.t, s1r+ r .SA fir.

Editorial Adviser __ Lew Battler _Rupert_Smith. ___ ( j
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Every homeowner has a natural
Interest In keeping his property 111 everybody? t I I A c-,. t%:at h_ been b,

In top shape. We at the Bank The bub-Debs were on the tet ky 'i* steady bug is
Each billions ou e last Saturday night' They *),! Ylibt""fej and JIT7
heartily agree.; year
elebraled the rising of the Douglas r 4
of dollars are Invested ta make .
Great Pumpkin and Hallo We s<* ....* to ... that llet '<
homes livable and comfort
urn .In an omelet way. Afterhat ty riaWlWM Is fe.U..g fuwhtrt'.tr
able. Thia largo market Is servedIn t.. .....
they went to .fir (pvfMltng part uf
the main ty established, reputable .now at the ,theatre When IK .... w ,e. in tae h..p'l.lHatneeorotBg .
dealers. and contractors. But ....... wore aver, everyone la
unfor1u_"" it also attracts a ass teed but la> Nigh spiritsSome amt everyone I. a_.t*... ?"
1 few "sharp operators. ef the couples seen wafting The porad. t. schJwUd .
f + -..dn last week ,end
< fi rrMsy ./letamuw a ltee.
h 4 Here are a few tips to rere1: Marwe Albrttton a fid gane and ere.ntng .. theHa
I Ucfcjr lUll. Nancy McDonald f will '
temung .epr Sal
"J f ; help evaluate any home and Billy W.,.... Caerrte D.A.n pa.c. r"a" ....,... Lt'etye.gen.: .
.. ..l and Stet/. Jo nns.m. ..
y improvement contract. ... sur. to attend time
Nancy Yarn a a 4 ltajrn>a idCartM. and ..rpy..t I*. .*.,...fm. And

Karen Oward aaitfPUtnard onl IS.* tk. Mews Ms UKr
'..M i In UW course ef a year ... are I K_. Jane Oder +n .iv.r game ........,...
r o all aporooch by say SMratWr .fsalsaoien aa>l Pete WkJrfdeM. C-*. tae club,
,t, p YsR ; ,fi offering vartaws. k.... lUwl aarf Larry. Far*. and by flee ya'if Mat wools!
'I +} iv- prodwcts and ......... I II... ., Fatty DeMghfey' and find

!" W '"' =r t, -.. propoattia appeals .. you.bo Jdn. -- --
n .. raM yo bo sure M win aMv G.ag.Ldat4.m.. to. ft*.ryltn
+" 4- ltsetene. ta uW Key Clwk Challenges Face
t weld OW mmmrjl A.4 Is how .
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feel .Wei led we b. DHS BandrMEmbers ,,4 ,. '
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a ....... w .p.d4 inA.teeroewts tarr_ se "fiema giftb.seed M ...c-u.. ., yeIwn. .. y..r ...
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S I aasew M. b af ... awry Mon 18egaL. + If Aral.aUy I II I S. Ww ... PpalL ? +'4
they ace a.t t-..-4 .A _, Ueppr1 Ikmttr/al. y.- lbaMM.aS. ... lint ...,.
lae..eisatr. fl.- e..g es...-. farese. r-e Mdse .......... agree. tie el..f ...tellteeta DK. e $...... sad ..wsl I I old. .... t1.4 ar.sy .... ......
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..... Aaf pew wire is taw ..... ass tswwgad. ....,... atilt you r ewrwMtiyw Cngr.ts.i.b.- ... q.bpsd ; COALLELECTHICTao
law ..... pleb.ee eM $4rieef. .a ae+t.. 'SW t t
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May We Suggest I. to g Keep eo. tM Ne.sb. M- r_ ....... Ibr bract

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.2-B THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia, FlOfkJa.,1i. Btjrj3ay.' November 5, 1964 .. ; :. ': t tM

.M rs \t' EDITORIALS d ': editor I I Babson's Report -

eer6 .Jo"J te Dcsoto'' County News

I "*!721 Will ScarleCRoad -1 1 Babson Park, Mass., All ancing. In other Words, th
209 W. Street "
Guest Editorial Winston Salem N. C. Arcadia, Florida Hickory Of Bygone Years ):il 4 1 m. of my readers are 'familiar will be a period of years
rf with the weather forecasts temperatures running
October 23. 1064 October 27, 1964 a ]Ii j
.& that are given on radio and colder until they reach
The a cu
Editor. The Arcadian The ArcadianP. Taken from the files of
Editor's Note-As one of the guest editoriweek Arcadia. Florida O. Box 870 The Arcadian The DeSoto County ._r- 'I I TV several times a day. These trough where they will I't
and at the suggestion of one of ou..ub cr.ben.. Dear Sir Arcadia Florida News and The Arcadia Champion. | cover not only 1 the territory up again and be a little war
Bea Treutel of Eagle River, Wisconsin we reprint an In the most recent issue ''of Dear Editor '-.0-;; which your station serves, but ere Only time will tell whet
editorial from of the South's oldest the I t the TV forecasts also show a my experiment is right
one -Newa! Arcadian which received In reading The Arcadian of "
The Augusta Chronicle, dated October 3 b.l1 (subscription) on Saturday few map indicating: what is occur- wrong The professional me
i' a- weeks ago I was somewhat -
\ in all other sections orologists not
: October 17, 1904 I was pleased to see an article'exposing' ;3 55 Years inS may agrees
Ago forecasts but
NOBEL rillZK FOR delighted to read an' invitation the country my : then tl
\ TURMO1LH to. the "cult" of Sch- often____n do_ _not__ .__.ilr.&I..h.-- ...... .,
peace on earth good will Jie 3!14. Interested people of and weltzerism. While doing postgraduate another. -
from DeSoto The editorial staff of THE THE OLD FARMER'SALMANAC
County to come to work one of the day by ladies of that city
Selection of the Rev: :Martin Luthti1DJtaiiihe professors
Little Creek. Virginia to visitthe stated quite plainly CHAMPION, November 11. building funds for the chil
\ recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize aatoumi/ng' MY FORECAST FOR Tl
cMr it USS DESOTO COUNTY. 1909 filled those little odds dren's home.*
that for all of Dr. Albert Sch- booklet that has
' may seem at first glance is not so surprising In the Immediately my husband and welUers good 1 works and humanitarianism and ends of spaces every news Another such item states: been issued for 172 years and
light of the way the European press has been brain. I began to plan to go to Little he wasn't going paper is confronted with by "In the West Coast region especially is published by Yankee Incorporated After tracing the tempe
washed! by the Eastern Establishment In the United Creek because we are from De to heaven! This is a rather inserting facts, opinions, speculations around Manatee Dublin. New tures thus far this year

,.. $ fii3b Soto County, I am the former strong Judgmental statementfor and whath lve.you. even horses live. long. An old Hampshire. As to how their find that most of the courihas
States."t eor s ea have Miss Char line Z31er, daughter of an eminent theologian.To Fcr instance the last one inch "dobbin" of 33 summers has predictions are made I do experienced a cool su
Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Eller Sr., of a column had this fact: Just croaked there mer. Based on these .
been moat of the satisfy myself on thispoint cux
imposed on press and jejea l iovin-' not know. But the book con.
., and my husband Al. is the son I turned to the libraryto "Twelve hundred dollarswas They also plugged the paper I will forecast that the <
in New York and talus forecasts about the coming
dustry nearby areas hM -
; t enttitthat of Mr and Mrs. Thomas Kyle, a small volume published by raised in Tampa last Tu... just like we do, with these be weather is not over. My cur
distorted view ot American : winter, whether !It will
a horribly scene fa of 23 N. DeSoto Ave., In Ar- Beacon Press but not then three lines (which could be do not take Into considera-I i
mild cold, wet. dry and
transmitted to the publications and wire )tewAipelw ICs eadta. During World War II he available in this country. A said of The Arcadian ajso): the snow by which many rend.
also for
which serve Europe. The South, in the false picture was a civilian flight Instructor limited circulation printing was Course for Real "The Champion A NewspaperOf full gives predictions ahead. I am not judge winter. I plot the re i

which has been given to European cor: '.sm
., the eastern U.S., is a monstrous provino5 n rtttI8ol6c- see why we were thrilled and in England from which I Estate SalesmenA In describing Arcadian need Old Farmer's Almanac but winter just as in summer.

racy is unknown where all whites are .ejqer( ;the Tobacco excited to be able to visit the purchased a copy of "The Psychiatric in fire equipment the editor the editors! have _been at it for My forecast is that th

Road type or the Simon Legree Hype,"a'ttdwhere ship .So On Wednesday October Study of Jesus: Exposition course for Florida real estate states: a long time and should be ableto sections of the I
21, we flew to Norfolk. Virginia "Arcadia has two hose reels, country wh I
And Criticism by Albert
lynchings are an everyday occurrence. salesmen who Intend make a good estimate
to have had cool
.. and drove to Little Creek and Schweitzer.We but the fire plugs do not reach a summer v,
take the state broker's
.i. to 'our utter dismay were Informed exam far from the city business continue to have lower u
So far I all
realize that the 'condi as know sections -
In the package of lies which the "HbeVals" lf i iil! 'fed ination will be conducted In peratures until the
at the Tower there that tion for assurance of life eternal blocks and so hose would prove of the United States get CUi1
Unsuspecting Europeans Martin LutharsKing: is tan the .hip was somewhere in the in heaven is the profession sixteen cities throughout the' not worth much In the residence the same Almanac and the reaches its nadir., Then It'j

apostle of peace who goes into a community, builds a Mediterranean. of one's faith in the Lord 1963.state beginning I n January sections."What same forecast wherever they gradually turn and start i

bridge of understanding between races, and leaveWJtothe 1 am wondering how old or Jesus Christ as one's personal Is needed and needed live. However suggestions are ward until it reaches an aj)
accompaniment of screams of praise by Limited how recent: that invitation was .Savior aa He is offered in the The course. Real Estate Practices bad is a two-horse chemical given'readers for making ad. and heads back down ag
to DeSoto County. I cannot describe Gospel. Here is what the great and Principles is offeredby engine. With such an engine just mvnts to fit the various To complete one of th

..The'truth, of course, is just the oppo"ile.Kl JI( :n'tIUolt.' 1 jgw; 1 th our disappointment- to Dr. Schweitzer says of this The Florida Institute for and two good fire horses areas. In my opinion the OldFarmer's curves. Hence requires I four to etyears.
Continuing University Studies and forecast t
you. Jesus: a $73: per month salaried Almanac Is a valuable

proven ties. to subversive groups, atom:{>UesIwo We do enjoy reading the Arcadian (FICUS) and Is the only one man. there is little danger of book and I recommendit. both winter and summer v
things: ; aHtSfi J and still look forwardto "In the knowledge that he which fulfills the educational fire doing any serious} danger be cooler than normal fur
1. He1 raises huge amounts of mofwy\ne\ took< anestimated receiving it. but far goodness is the ,coming son of man. requirements for brokers as In Arcadia. least a couple years mon.

$3OOOOO as the result of AUJllfrrhlngham '..ke if such a letter is Jesus lays hold of the defined by the Florida Real "Had the city had the chemical Then the temperature v.
wheel of the world to set THE INEVITABLE CURVEOF
campaign). C dated in the future 1 would Estate Commission. engine last begin to move upward.
on Monday
it moving that last
2. He Increases tensions violence, tEue: ,'? \futj&Telon! suggest you print that'date. It volution which on is to bring re. Any registered salesman In week when Mrs. Drawdy's ACTION AND REACTION WEATHER

and bitterness which it'may take the R'oGa'SWfpW oMthe. may save a great deal of In all ordinary history to a the state of Florida desiring to cottage: in the southern part Those who have followed HELPFUL TO FORECASTS BUSINESS.

South generations to wipe out. J' ,. convenience and disappoint close. It refuses to turn take the course may do so by of the .city caught fire it .Is this column for many years
In Birmingham he rejected pleas to retrain' from the ment to someone. and he throws himself submitting an enrollment coupon fully believed that all of the will remember that I often With my readers living
Yours truly to the Florida Heal Estate furniture if not the house refer to Sir Isaac Newton's different sections of'the coi
type of frenzied demonstrations by W.K( >h,.J laJsn $al'of upon It. Then it does turn
Mrs. A. T. KyleXd. Commission for approval. "Law of Action and Reaction. I do not 'like
and would have been saved although try. to give
crushes him. Instead
discord is reached. The reason for jnj =dgwnl the
tg -Note; The attar .you ..f.bringing--the'eschato.1 Applicants may obtain coupons it was a long run. and In fact it was on the basis definite ad lce. Jlowever.
appeal for peace one of his aides told a 1101)118prleat.) 'spukrorwa" Irrwtm the'lnvlta. logical 'conditions he 'has and"otheY'lnfo""OItion toy writ. that a subscription for a sufficient of this Law that Babsons Re. do feel that any reader who
was that he needed more contributiont hisTorgfenIzatlon. ''Uon.r' -IMte.al'sent'this office destroyed: them. Tha'wheel Ing- John T. Branch Jr.. 8O6 sum of money could port was originally founded. handling perishable foe

and' was ''of recent ''Hate.- The rolls onward and the man. Beagle Building a.inyUle.Farid. be raised with very little ef. Readers who have been to my would do well to have a t.
The same callous disregard for peace' was shown In DeO to'however,"takae aJ'btg'part gled body of the one immeasurably ... fort for a chemical engine and conferences will rememberthat with his TV meteorologist.I : .
Albany Ga., where the net result of hdndreds of law in"Wsjvy
violations was hate between the races yhere-ikrhad not subject.to call as you know. was strong enough to'think have been selected And approved In circuit court of that date: auditorium at Babson Park ful think and I television Is wond.
existed before. r\-. Sorry you missed seeing her. ef himself 'as the spiritual by' the'' 'Florida Heal Rs. "The American Woodworking carries a reference to the Law late the studies especially appn
given by t
In Greenwood Miss.' where veto fcfltjTDrtrarg, were ..- .' t ruler of mankind and to tate Commission: All Instruc. Co.. vs A. J. McAuley. George of Action and Reaction which TV meteorologists. I o f t'
.. law I
I. ton are registered broker who am using today to help
willing to take normal applications nogg bend history to his par.pose. McAuley. and W. Durant. think however that nothi.
King's influence stirred up a singing, ,\ 1,1t, na.mogof 7WU! ..., *-.*7'CW.qulte *omttnuj Is hanging upon it have' -attended special setnrn. trading as McAuley Bros and ter forecast will what the I coming win. will take the place of gold
who of denied* Kdmlsalon ''the ,office "baa"'been sore still. That I S. his. 'victory eta' conducted byF1CUS.. Durant. Assumpsit. The Amer. develop. am break. fashioned
"applicants" were, course asa commonsei
tog from
Method 'of Instruction and lean away professional
and his Woodworking Co.
responding with JKwntito'IlS reign. was
baby into the registration office. .Asking! a, fj lse cht,.. la'7.... old Japanese girl' -Albert Schweitzer" course ''evaluation have been forced to pay damages: amount. meteorological forecasting me. such l when as our grandfathers hoed
charge of "discrimination" was spreatr!>r n> d> a re of Tokyo. Hereof, 'beer most Possibly this .rerpt from the 'principal feat are* of the Ing to $6OS . The State of thods and basing my expert they anticipated t
ttfctef- .......... ments the and down cold of winter and stored th
cult and again the net effect was more resent'lett n Ills doctoral thesis will serve Florida vs Charlie Johns( not on up cur. .

j In St. Augustine Ha., King's effort trtmight about '- October M, '1944 to'shed' some light on the myth 'CIa..... will b* held In ''triefoltowlwng the ex.Governor presumably). vature which applies to al. cordlngly.vegetables Along In their this cellars line;
: ,
boycotts, violence anti fear of his demonstrators which Dear Kddettor (her tpvlllhg)] .f -Schweltier-ology- ''Florida' cities: .Mi. Breaking and entering. Fine most everything on earth understand that one of
t\ tBabson
fortune season ruined the essential, .tftgi* | ue.3fc Intlat I ''*m lad'to get .7O'JF..t..... I -am a little surprised that amt DSytona Beach; Jackson one year's Imprisonment .** from the temperatures the waves of of the the ocean land.to clients' us..' a cyst

historic town 'e .v;,.. eAU 'It .Is'' one pour. '1o go to school you printed not ONE"lettert>f vlltei Fort Laurterdsl*. 'Orlanv And finally, this ad from somewhat similar to mine i
by'el.tftri ...1'. 'Our schoolsit protest. concerning your article; do. take Worth, Gainesville.Tallahassee Thomas Oaskins. Sr.. who de. My interpretation that basing his forecasts on cyH
I of this, one would think, would 4fc WvJouiC The uated In the renUr-of Toykolty. that you received none In 'favor *,-Tamp. ; St. Peters scribed himself as the "Ferti considering the whole country of weather. From these he ji
I' m.lnrn 6.I.hlishmnnL:! however. living in tthll1r_own 'W* ''van 'look *>t Tokyo. ,' I am not surprised .. were burg Fort My.... Winter Ha.VMtMJBCBfsMhfcHBtwMMleJEMfeCMI. lizer Man" It read: liES. If one traces this curve over gas crop yields, hence .Is b i

i'tiJew' rl(1 of make-believe, h-ave'proPl.a.ilJ the tower and In the line day ML. too apathetic to lift our .* SIAM FLY SOMETHING periods of years the ups and ter able to plan his canni
Fuji which have snow ,;.' the voice In support. .lie. THAT WILL, KILL IT SURE! downs will come close to bal operations months ahead.
false assumption that the way to InflUCtietr f**>leand top far. Sincerely -- -------------- _

win friend' I U to beat people' ears dowti.YTVlMr are to ''J'hv. lived In 'the _bur.... Drenooo i*. CotUngham
ignorant or no contemptou of baiiic human philosophy 'I hav..grand.mothar, parent.
that they think i>eace-for which King I i'ffftp' *)*'*' Is '*nd '7'OUftC .l rottI.... *fy 'father '" .. -

drought about by name calling;, incitemtI lNP1Wat. Is teacher of WaMd.Unlver. Oct. 33. im
ion and boycott. ally and have the printing factory Arcadia Fla.

Peace la I instead accomplished: just as the New Testament for ticket. My brother la Everyone has heard the e*.

tell UII: Along with a spirit of i rd four years.Olympics. pression "A friend ,In need Is ChevroletF!
a friend indeed, but in these
II la opening. It eel.
men. The good! will Martin Luther K modern days we live In now
many Is very nice. I have two
would l fit comfortably in A thimble.
macaw. A female la yellow. A when everyone U all for them.
i Could the member<< of the Norwell a s male la green. When I ave the .selves I doubt very much If

stembly, who select the Nobel Peace I i vs postcard of your country' I but few people have ever had .
been In the. cities to which Martin I| r think that It U wonderful Ar.eadla. the> feeling of knowing just F "-

brought turmoil, they would have s. u ofpeace I thank you to send me what It really mean t
ready to talk difference overt al the postcard. If you ever had a desireto

residents but I being>> rebuffed by Kin Id I get the letter of my pen have some material thing.

have seen King in hU true role aa an !( i pal'now, owing to you. I will need I mean It really want It and S
send the postcard of Olympics bad. but knowing you'llhave e
I They would in short have seen hlr n to do without to pay for
I apostle not of peace, but of discord. I'm you not now.a very good writer It and then have It given' to //iI'L I IIII It

but I do hope you will under. :you It makes you ''stop and

stand. my letter.' PI**.* take think that here are still some
the greatest car of your healh.Kumlko people today who do think _
Iguchl of others and their feelings.
I ) And without reward or pay.

at ATTEND .CHURCH ment of any kind who will
I 9Day OIly do something just to please 1 '
ONLY ,mi/ someone. else. Well I know

SHOP -N SAVIVARIETY that feeling now.I .
PAINfUL COR 3t say. 0-1 will bless her for
It. I need not go Into detail" ,
uzma iioutoltCVfS .
ARCADIA- ... PLOftlShop but what was given. me was an
r.. old. but.d.
palmetto chop.
r A .71<< t t : a n..ws GeMS AWAY I ..... It Unt much, but the

She :--' 5 -: thought behind It, I think Is ,..
=-5cr L....,, .b bN.r e. well worth mentioning.
,' ;, = -...=- .,.......u....h.. I just want the people of

', u Arcadia to know that living
In their midst .is Just such apersun
: with that kind of

been. and to a stranger let.. ; ..
tI HUNTINGSEASON SW. I will never forget It and = itnl
III always be grateful' to her

for totting me know what It workpower"walks"
mesas for a friend whenIn
seed U a friend' Indeed.

Shield TrtpU( C.
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Soup 7 N.n Limit&S.r.n w. s100 SAVE 3). r"J;TH2JFTY MAID
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Lint Two Ii Boneless Top Round 99 MAID.
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Cheese '& 65c j -
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4 4-D THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida, Thursday November 5, 1964

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.. This Series Of Church Rages, Is Brought To You Each Week Through The Cooperation Of These Public Spirited Business .

People, 'Who '-Believe That The Church Represents The Greatest Force In Every Community I II'

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Nocatee Cities Service ..II.; .F. GOB ... EPISCOPAL CHURCH Roberts Funeral Home
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Citl.s 8.rvlo. Producta .Hr. SUNDAY'Sunday' The Rov. JEM Masola, VlarSUNDAY ,
I'.. Bait School 18:00 SJM.Morning .. 24 Hour Amoulaneo' Service I' '
M..t Groc.rt. la ... .. ,
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Fishing"" Tackle Service. 11.99: am.THURSDAY' ; ) '. V:00 ajn. Choral Eucharist
D.I: : ,!,4f 103 N. Brovard Av. WA 8-41O1
Noc.t., Fl. WA 96101c. 10'11: am. Holy Communion I II
T "? Y P,>i ": -! -. "1'r-.. i 1- 7 JO p.m. Evensong
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.J : :-- 7 o. 9 a.m. Holy Communion
,;1'J 9.30: Spiritual Healing
Arcadia Abstract & Title
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Gulf Naval Stores Company 'J "O"T..eODrM.. METHODIST' Company, Inc.
-., CHURCH I. Abstracts and Title Insurance I
Noc.'.., Florid. >c.."! ,tut SUNDAY Koch Bldg. WA 9B 1
.IK Sunday School 10:8': son.Momlac THE CHURCH OF CHRIST The Sorvlca You Need
Sorlee 11:99 ajn Cornor Hickory and WMtddan When You Nood It**
1. Prayer SM'. Uy 7Jt: p.m. Bible School 10:00: ..m.
''''', f' ., 'r Moraine Worship 11:00 am.
11 Van Petten & Son ,C -' :In rr Evening Worship 8.30 p.m.
Funeral Home .1 'I".: ;. Evening Bible Study 7.30 pmWo .
Bob Turner
f Standard Station
invite YOU to worship
-1 .104 .. Oak Itr..t WA ...." with us.FIRST U Mary Carter Points
I Ittrld/J;+"rt. aiibreatiSunday
:3rl School 10 a.m.ornteg Cast Oak St. WA 8-1411,

Worship 11am.ftfiirUf .
IT > | V" }lon d:30 p.m.Evening r ASh ASSEMBLY OF OOD
Warship 7:30: p.m.
Sunny South Packing Company O rMef? )liWvIca 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
r Morning Worship 11-OO: ajn.

Arcadia. Pl.rlds' !A nooJanoxiJi:: .- Evengelljtlc SUNDAY Service 7JO pjn. Christ Building Supply Co.Everything .

i WEDNESDAY To Build AnytfcU/. *
Prayer and Praise Service
8OUTH8I 4CMURCH BAPTIST North Hillslior ugh' 7:30: pjn. WA 8-2501 163 8. Monroe Avo.

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leuth'HJir.pereuih.. AvenueWIe1'PM
Smith's X-Cel Store 1 0 '. ,.>.14.1 1. ..... 8-8241, I 1
Psrtlllsers' ....d. ..."." Supp11NSaddle. Sunday SUNDAY!School B:43 a m. CALVARY BAPTIST
., Halters. .,1"'.. Morning Worship 11-CO ajn. Baptist Churcht CHURCH Tropical Termite Control, Inc.
WA .Ift 117 W M.i ...".". r.Tlahing'Union. a:IS pjn.rJCrtsrf : Highway 70 East
.Wbrshlp 7JO: p... Rov. Ord.n Rleo. Pastor Home Owned and Operated f
Guaranteed Post Control S._
\\i 'I dl"...w.. Worship 7:JOWOl p.m. SundaySchool 9:45 ..m. Licensed and Insured '
r f a 0ttc Morning Worship 1I-OO: ajn. 13 N. Polk Arcadia WA .2i11
Bill flirt, Distributor' 4 ., ..O i c UNGRATEFUL:; '.'Ir* :*: l' *> r 'Training Union A JO p.m.
I Evening!: Worship 7:30 p.m..
..tSEALTEST ,Ei I )drnI '
I DAIRY "ODUCT" I' CHURCH Prayer Service 7JO: p.m.
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.!SUNDAY I'atsor N. Illllsborou.<
221 .. HIII.borough Hsm. D.llv.,1' WA1722 Sunday Kchool 10-00: ...m. Arcadia Seafood Market

...jVfoAlaa;.Wonhlp,11:00 .....'
Mrs Catherine' .
Xvanlng Wonhlp 7:OQ pjn. "And Jesus, answering said. Were there not ten cleansed but where are the SETHEL .. Keene Owner. aMr.
_l on t j 1 1;.rnru ESDA Y MISSIONARY All Klnda of Fish and Sea Feeds In Season3T
4'PrisyajO Service 7:90 pjn. nine- Luke 1717. BAPTIST CHURCH 8. Monroe Arcadia' WA 8-4271

Peace River 8. __ i ,,.. 7U77RSDAYYbling Last Cy.roos St. aN \
Moving Storage ? Jesus our wonderful Savoulr passed through a certain village and there ten ..
PoavU Scrvlea 7:30: p-m _rtK ....... Av.
Loe.1 end Long Dlelsec. M.vl". men' whfch- were lepers met him. Standing afar off they lifted up their voices and SUNDAY

A"y..r.... ASytlm9e cried. Master have, mercy-on us. Jesus then answered by telling them to go and show lluoday\ School: 9:45 ...m.U"ralne .

< [. Oak .t. WA 11101j. their selves to the priests which was the custom of that day. As they made their Worship 1TOO: am. General Equipment & Motor Co.
Craning Worship 7::30
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4 way to the priests they were marvelously healed. But the sad part of this incident is WEDNESDAY John p, 'Chick" Buchsn. Owner

j. : CHURCH BAPTIST3TATC that only one of the ten returned to give thanks and glorify God. Jesus then asked Prayer Service 7*) p.m.BROWNVILL. 'Ma M'. Service Farm .and Retail Industrial. Rental EquipmentSales .r Loosing-I

VI' Yl the que.tlon.Vere there not ten cleansed but where are the nine 14 S. Monroe Avo. Arcadia WA 9.8431
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I.lIuetdag( : Worship 11:00: am.Tralalag Before we criticize these nine too severely let each one of us examine our

Friendly Shell Dealers Union 8-48: pay.Fy selves. Are we not so very much like these who were so ungrateful How long has it .

w. Also Handie ".M.U. O" J..r h.] 1 n8 ,worship 7'4S: p.m. been since you thanked GOD for his many blessings that he has bestowed on you? BAPTISTCHURCH

Tiros and .....,,1.. .!- "/ f. .I'. We, who have been priviledged to live in America have so much to be grateful for. SUNDAY

.11" 3-4 1- Our warehouses are full of food and all the materials that make a full and completelife Sunday School ZQ-OO: .... ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR

1 IH'"+ :ai. '" T: : possible and yet we are not the grateful nation we ought to be.We Morning Training Worship Union S.3O 11:00: : p...... CHOICE EACH SUNDAY I

}FIRST'S' _. APT 1ST CHURCH -have freedom to speak act,. and prosper\ we so desire. We have churchesall Evening Worship 73O pun. KIWANIS CLUB
DeSoto Notional Dank R < Shoppard. Bryai WEDNESDAY
( U N* *>.....HUikory. throughout our land and yet so many times the pews are empty during the worship Prayer I & Bible Study 7JO pja.

1 I Of Arsadlai I"T .,,,H UKDAY servico AM a nation we spend nearly as much for pet supplies as we spend to

i ..r..I... g..... Crusty Wllh. Sunday. School f4J: ..... .. support our churches and the program of preaching the Gospel. Let each of us resolve -.
Prsgrs.sie. B5nking 'ne.' 1007t. ....... WVsrohlpjaw'
KYoInIDC S:OO pjn. that in the future we will be like the one who returned and thanked Jesus for

I ,Training, Union 8:OO p.m. his hvaling. we count our many blessings, remember the source of these blessings ARCADIA REVIVAL
II WDt DAY ami think God.T. TABERNACLE cbersole Publishing Co., Inc.
t1 P.t.: oak, Service TJO p.... 1
h 1 I 114 W. Oak Street 207-'" West Oak Street

Lefcqvre Electric Servlce'Co.Illoe',1o i ,I ..iJiol. Undenominational 1 Sunday School 10-OO Full: .Gospel.... ARCADIA FLORIDA

+ ."1'1'11.. ..... a S p'S.. .' 1 t', ) Morning Worship 11:00: ajn.Prayvr .

I I. w. ....".n. WA B.1ON METHOBItTorship CHURCH I Service 7OO;, p.a.
I N..r.. and.. WMddoaSundajr (Mn. "r af tKo S.utA.e Scholl tO-OO: a. nv
D teni'bYavr Mass 10:OO .. m.Monday Baptist' C."v........) Arcadia. W._.. Club
I amt TU.*iisy Mass Sarraan nt Nesting 6 90 pjn.Cort i
North .
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'Y' uda 7M ..... NAZARSNSNsrtls TRINITY' METHODIST Only The Beet I
Schedule t Services
First Federal Savings & Loan (Weekly *> )
a'l rIIFll P.in ..4 Olaoor CHURCH I
\ Association of DeSoto County NEtOAY"Mtrnxv! 1..10 ..... MT. IPHKAIM. BAPTISTCHUMCH SUNDAY SUNDAY *1ft... OaM St. at Onno. Av WA 8-14.1 A.-W. I
I Sunday School F 4S a. SB.Uormtatf Sunday School .:4J ajn R v. R.y_...< Hayes
', ,Is Anadla' A' The 8168 .f TM BI,. II... Ow._} Worship 11:00: a, m. Uomtn. Worship 11 OO .... SUNDAY' .
I 'l CS..k' W" Tk C"I_I II Id SUNDAY Tratnln Union 93O p. m.Ev .P.S. .JO .... Sunday School .4S ..a.
KvvfUivsSrfco 'JO .. Morning Worohip II39SJM..
Sunday School 1000 am.Uamfam : p s.TUrSDAY
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.:,' < WorUUp p. m. MYr I:is pj..
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I ) CHRISTIAN CHURCH I' Training Union *.J. pm. WLDNE' DAY Cottage Prayer Mootlcuj EwtOJkg Worship TOO pj Auto Ports
ism Mo... M*.., la VII.. Rise. Kvvniii& WO*""(MI' TOO p.an.WKONdOAY rrayvr M-UM said DtbU 7:jo pm. WEDNESDAY Company
......:....M, C.a.si WXONESOAYPrmyor t7v.aUag Ptajoi Sonfaa .
I Arcadia Hardware SUNDAY Pray. ,aor".tc. TJO p..a. Study TJO p. -. U..uac 7oM p.m. T._ p..a. Au.. art* a.4 Meehlt o Shop Ssrvtoev

r. .... Sehoal 949: *am.liicnlag S. O..ee A v*.. WA 8-4441
A....'.. PINed.' .. Woavhip.. 144 ..... CHURCH or ooo -
T.rtls'......... 0.80 pa0. SUNDAY Oaf Stret'
"', ..sash t r pmY l t.ndaf School. 10.'.. m. P.H Ratal J. L.'..* PS... WA ..aGO' FIRST PRESBYTERIAN.
stbrnlnp"W""fp 110 a. m.Trolniovc .. SUNDAYItalo
tnd.rf..ti Prayer. PsiviceR UMaat. e" pw. m. tit t, Hl.uey ." Broadcast. S9O .., 0._CHURCH.. City M.,.
..at ra.rtns Wa....Ip 1R Po, a.1irtDNEiMT SATUKnAYSchool Ituodav "lkoot. a 4* am.M "... Ors.ooa CoftI...... Davis Hardware CompanyIMarL.Pa1.1.P1.nbI
Pine Point Restaurant : : s..tII mnt. Wnrsltlpv It as.seakY SU3TDAYSwMtay ,
II f Fraser Slat... 7.30 .. m. 9:30: am Saturday W..... k toe.Wu. .m.Prayor Schasl 9-4S a-as. .0 ........
JMw A. ........._ gel.etti .........' 11 am Tt DAY UormmgWarship. IIWanhn a..aE..sNse
-.. A a... N...._ llL I ; \ .... T." ...... n pas.L.MV .. 114 "!W. Cell St. WA 5-5671
I T VCsrsfAarnST CMURCr M..knf 0, ...... A_ Reyes Motta 't.oM' pa Tl.L. T-.act pa.
Mar** Mttta Ao., "... F>..ort U. Vr". Pa**** t30 pmMT.
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Witten Electric Motor Servlc. 2<: AaUXDAT' .... ... W.e 1 a .. ..
+atp a. *. L. W. Cot. .. Footor Sorrel Bros.
y ati.1.a ..... !.*. ..... Pocking Ca. Inc.
I ........ M5'55 W.... P.ws.s'' MKTMOOI CHURCH atsisssa7 srm.. er ace.Me.rt Pt.EASAsrY BAPTIST
I Y 11480 amk. MBTNOOP.T PIN LEVEL __ ,. W..S tLeo a.a P_ W .......... .. ,.. .
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TilE ARCADIAN, Al'fadia, Florida Thursday, November 6. 19645-B
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.. "Junior: "ft Movietaln 'and an unmarried sister, Lllxie -
HOME Bark f who plot and plan to make
FARM & i I I. a very common thing It a family of it father three
4jyDESOTO | to,;fhl'' of ua. We have had dry I brothers and a married sitter,
.. ,| spej Ir} a of course. but lastTliiJiay Lizzie. And all this is complicated ..
; \ DIIS students caught I II by a drought! In the
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''J. ; lfll B-Squad Had A Winning SeasonThe I of a real drought In I II end Lizzie got ber man and

NEWS t jhl Illa's production of the drought was broken
\t'; '"... r-c. DeSoto High B-Squad these players: will surport the jujnmakcr." This movie, first of a ten.
rfg! finished their season last varsity on Monday. The couch-.I 3rx>n''>vrd by the th.1 tatlve! series of movies was
w_ '- .. '" .;..:.,. ... From the office of LESTER HATCHER. County Agricultural Thursday night by trouncing } e. "' 11to think that tb**.*_ ch.u-tthe; Rainmaker was sponsored by the Junior classto
I __--:=--- .:_ Agent and POSTEULK DAWSEY, Home Demonstration Agent Avon Park 10 0. The 11-Squad players will grently helu'lttr. 'about a family n.' raise money. Tickets were
:= .,.-- :'" _. I> (', : = =t>! J. C. BA1RD. ASCS Office Manager as a public service to finished with 3-12 record. I ITheir Bulldogs .l-VVJ'._..: .:I ft( a. father_two.__brothers__ sold at 23 cents each and It
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c ._ hands of Sebrlng on the first! was made on the movie.
of the The Blue Exchange
game season. Advanced
Another project of he JunIor

Diseases Protein Foods DeSoto Citrus The Farm FrontBy score Streaks 13-0.beat The the Bulldogs Bulldogs went by I Nutrition Class 'Column mas class wrapping Is the paper.sale of Chrit.

I Doyle Conner on to tie Wauchula In the r.IA.NE MONTGOMERY

Wide-spread In i At Low Costs Count Shows CommlaalenerFlorida bring next game the next and then week.tie Both Se. Gives Tea 29: U'I" YOU'RE SEVli TnEN! I sponsored All moneymaking by' the junior projects class
growers and ranchers games were" tied at 0.0. The On Friday October SO rjhe il1vC'n11; we're year Just begin I are geared for the biggest Jun.
Many PlantsW. By POSTELLE DAWSEYfive Increase Here who are hopeful they can find B-Squad finished their season second period advanced\Ctu lives up to now lor.Senior Prom In DIIS his.

I cents" worth of dry new markets abroad will be In fine form by winning their tritlon class save a tees Attending have been the experiences of tury.

L. HATCHER beans provide one third of aday's DeSoto County has a total,, Interested in prospects for a last three names of the season. the tea were the girls children yet physically we are 1----------
I protein for a young man. of 597.OOO producing orange new plan to stimulate U. S. They did this by beating Wau. or the aev.,nd period and their '. grown In seventeen ycurt.t RADIATOR
Virus diseases arc a widespread exports. chula. Okcechobee. and, finally Instructor. Mrs. Louisa ,Coixverse. .
'our ounces of American trees with a total expectancyof I' TA" "creat change Is about to
and common disease of 1.S71.00O boxes It Reported In the November Avon Park. ,> '
cheese or 3/4 cup cottage was reported 4. take place. We can feel its
many plants. Possibly the most cheese will give each persona here today. issue of the Florida Journal of I The standout player on the Since the decorations and nearness life is gently awak CLEANINGand
widely known are those attacking meal's worth of protein The; county also has a total Commerce Is a proposal for a B-Squad were Paul 5. m s.), main color scheme were inkt( eulnt1.W I. and beckoning: us tohieing
vegetables. Because of for 9 or 12 cents. Eggs chicken of 6SO.OOO producing grapefruit .1 30 per cent tax credit on export Larry Ford Ronnie Allen.:' the girls called the Mfll&a( : c an*. ".
the leaf patterns of affected I and beef liver are other economy trees with a total profits, said to be "in the Rudd Oder. Buddy Drl'.1 i "Pink T.,...". The bulletin seventeen Is like be.
plants many are called mos :i protein foods. The USDA tancy of 1,821,000 expt."C-1 mill" up in Washington. Ducky Waldron. | board and lights were d cor..' \VHH a bird which Is Just learn.
aics. We have cucumber mosaic : food economists suggest use of cording to the Florida Revealed recently by a Department bins Robert Thomas O e n .1 J ated with net paper roars, and' log to fly. Sometimes we needto REPAIRINGGUARANTEED
watermelon mosaic, bean less expemve foods in casserole Summary. of Commerce official, Jones Jerry Southwell. Luther I pink paper In keeping with I be pushed out of nests to!
mosaic lettuce mosaic and and salads. the proposal appears to be Keene. G u r y Tyson. Lamar I the them there were piok. learn, but we are learning. It _- -
squash mosaic to name a few. !I gaining widespread support Skinner. Tommy Dale Per. roses, punch and candles on may be several times that we i' -
Plant viruses like those of''I I II among Commerce Department menter, Steven Edwards and the table which was covered fall but we will not give up.
man are transmitted to healthy !I Farm and Grove I olflc.-Ials. and among membersof Bobby Joe Henry. Some of with a tablecloth: of pink u* ru eTAtlflleave the security of WORK

plants from infected host II Care of Turkey Congress the Administration laid with white lace. .4 j the nest to face the world. _. .I-!
plants. Many of our weeds I I Notes In Brief and Industry in general. During the tea Susan, Guard Our next president will serve -' -
serve as hosts for these viruses. I I "If adopted by the new Congress We Did : Daey was presented with a: fear4....... In that tlm num. Pick Up and Delivery
Nightshade Is an excellent ex Meats, RecipesBy ," the Journal reports set of dishes a* a wedding gUts tnauvutnnovationa will com a.
ample. This troublesome weedIs I I Federal-State Frost Warning "the tax; credit plan would offer Getting out this paper Is no The clans Is studying .diJ... 1 hu t. MEYERRADIATOR

host for tho potato virus. ,, POSTELL DAWSEY Service began Its 30th season ,' the strongest Inducement picnic rent types of .rntertalnm."44;! nt'4 not waste our first seventeen
The principle means of virus of service to the state Nov. 1. 'I'' yet for more American firms to If we print Jokes, people say a+.d.they' have planned another years and next fifty by' SERVICE
I i Uncooked: Keep Released three times a day. enter trade, and to encourage we're silly. utttoor
transmission vegetable propagation export party for later In the foolishly the next .
to spending One Sleek Heath .t I
frozen until ready ,
seed and insects. I turkey the bulletins are transmitted present exporters to If WI don't we are too year. The classtar plans to en. four. Oata tlo'a
In insect 'prepare allowing for defrosting along a teletype line which encircles expand their operations far beyond If we clip things the two
vegetables are I Leave I I party Ideas lit At seventeen w. are almost :
defrost o9i341I
To :
time. the state's frost-critical: PHONE WA
the chief means of infection.Aphidg any current efforts. magaxinea. wrIO\a.I'SEVENTEEN: which la con In four we
l leafhuppers. and other bird in its original moistureprcof in- |i region. The line extends from .Only recently has1 American We are too )ajy to* writ d..t,".' ...party cont4t. will ruwaup.. years --. .
and -
1 insects with sucking mouthparts wrapping I| Gainesville to Daytona Deachand I i.buslnevs been |rtxWrt to go ourselves. --- -__- .1..1 -- -- ------ -
refrigerator fur 2-3 days, or southward to Lakeland Ft.Myers -
arc the most common looking for more business ] If we don't print contribution,
reactors.There. I i unwrap bird and place under and Homestad. I abroad. I recall comments I W. don't appreciate true .en.
treatment running cool water for 4 to The highest enrollment of from Washington that It looked > lus.And 1)
is no once
a plant becomes infected. The 6 hours. agricultural students at the like a lot of manufacturershave If we do print them, the The Governor: And The Mayors Of f Florida
only defense lies in preven I I After the meal, cooked tur I University of Florida since 1952 been dragging their feet, I page Is filled with Junk.If J
tion. Keep weeds down near key should be refrigerated has been announced this year either satisfied with the business we make a change In some th'o
vegetable, fields. Barrier crops promptly wrapped or placedin There are 480 enrolled for the they are doing i In the i other fellow's wrlteup. Appreciate "fine service that the Florida
I a covered dish to preventdrying 1904 fall trimester. U. S. market or We are too critical.If .
planted between vegetable" i prosperous
fields are most helpful. I out and loss of flavor. From July 1, 1B63. to June unaware of the big opportunities we don't we are asleep.Now Savings and Loan Associations have givenTo
I II I If it is a stuffed bird stuffingshould 30. IM4. a total of 13.011 violations for selling their products likely as not. some guy
l be removed from the of the child labor Florida citizens.
I provisions In many foreign countries.In will say that t
cavities and placed In a covered of the federal law .
the past three years there We swiped this from some .
Game bowl *ur refrigeration disclosed. Employment of has been 27 increaseIn i her JIatITtIAJ
Cookery a p r cent newspaper
I I '
storage. Gravy should also be youths under 18 years of age U.S. exports, and 4.OOO new And you know, we DID. The United Srdtqs, Jxjylng* and Loon League will be holding

Begins In The refrigerated promptly. In non-agricultural occupations exporters have come Into the Its seventy.second:;;Annwblj Convent |In Miami Beach on
I'I TURKEY CHOWDER during the 1M4 fiscal year resulted field. Total number of U. S. November 8 to 13J.
Hunting Fields 2 slices bacon, chopped In 7J88 violations, representing export firms has climbed to CALENDAR COUPLES ..r..... .
I 1/4 cup chopped onion 37 per cent of the 16.000. (Continued from page I.I1)

ny POSTELLE DAWSEY I IDeUe [ 1 cup diced celery total. Food manufacturers have to In appreciation,:)fctfUs: ; notion-wide organization represent.
the DeSoto
2 cups cubed potatoes Employers are urged to check alrlose attention to every sponsored by chap. Ing six thousand .Sovlrvn and Loon Associations with assets of
It or not game cookery : 1 cup diced cooked turkey how this Act applies to them 'detail of their planning for the ter of rllA.I .
really starts In the field. 2 cups turkey broth by writing to Felix; T. Itaynes, I' Introduction of new products. !I I This calendar Is available to more that S1 14 t tfi'n} rjqu/i Bryant, governor of Florida, and

Give game special attention 1 cup whole kernel corn Room 503. 500 Zack Street The product Itself may be'''i.n DIIS students before the the mayors of cities and towns throughout the state including
Immediately if you want top 2 tablespoons chopped parsley Tampa. Fla. something wanU Christmas hohda)'.. Featured HonorablePaul
consumers P. of Arcadia have Issued proclamations
1 I on the first of the ealen JSpeer ,
grade Jowl on your family's, :2 tablespoons flour More than 200 orchid enthusiasts I i Cut a manufacturer" may miss page
dar will be Mir DIIS for proclaiming November 813,11964: as Savings and Loan Week.
table. i 1 cup milk will have an opportunity I'the built by falling to packageIt ,
Use these prized meats In 1 salt and pepper to hear new developments an. In a manner to develop a I, I IMS. Every town with a Sayings grid Loan Association in the state of
family meals Just as you would Place bacon In fry pan over orchid research at the U of Fs high degree of consumer pre J Cluba electing last Friday Florida is cooperoVlnV.r\ r I
of the fat Included:: FHA who elected
domestic meats. For thrifty, I low heat. When part Sixth Annual Orchid Growers Terence .
add the onion. their president Ann Fletcher .... .\
cooked out v
tasty menus add vegetable has Short Course November 14 15. t tI Instant sweet potato flakes
dishes and friuts from your : Continue cooking until onion The Florida Ag tension are an example Similar new and their sweetheart Tim Me The First Fcdcjfdj; f S d ngt and Loon Association of DeSoto

garden and freezer. I is soft and bacon Is brown. I Service and Florida Orchid I II products, like Instant whitepotatoe I, Tim Alllsler Nt'AII..nd; Interact who elected senior County is ,totpamcipate, ?; in this statewide recognition of
meltIng Meanwhile, cook celery po. Association the horp"
Because of Its are sponsoring
higher or Instant chopped I
point the fat In game remains tatoes. and turkey In broth I course.The. I I, onions,*have been successfullymarketed Lew liael.r.honor | the effect *' and "Loan Associations In the economic

on the palate giving i I until the vegetables are ten.t I' first annual Citrus Business In foil pouches contained president.with Pete' Whtd.Shaw" progress through!. .|prjggf,(
cooked den along Sherry
a "furry" effect. To help avoid der. then add corn Conference will be held In paper boxes. i
this, serve game either very bacon onion, and parsley.Blend |'In Lakeland. November HO.i I: Manufacturers thought this I I will represent the Defloto -- ----.-.---
of National lion.
and chapter the
hot or very cold. Include in flour with milk i Discussions will be about the'' met hud of packaging so Important -
menu tart fruits, either stir Into cooking mixture.. Cook Introduced flavor or Society.Representing.
your newly orange I II' I that they delayed Introducing
the Bulldog'sDark
with the main course or best, about IS minutes longer stir ,I'I'ed synthetic beverage "Awake.** sweet potato (flakes I PROCLAMATION
will bnark
as dessert to remove this"furry" ring occasionally. Season totaste. I A
for possible until a suitable fourtoslxserving >
Betty dasklna. and Quill ,M ytt
-after-effect..-- -- ------ i I Six-. --servings.. -- rr_... this year should be pouch cuuld be devel I and Scroll president Rupert STATE OF FLORIDA
made early, according to Florida oped.However. Smith. Representing the Growl EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
i i ,
Citrus l Mutual. Four year when USDA's Tfcwnomte I will be o.edllurs ItiyllM Cle.ment '
I :;
NORRIS BROTHERSCOMPLETE old trees and under should be ,, flevearch Service conducted and Joel Corley, : TALLAHASSEE-
banked heaters cleaned and a pilot marketing test I Calendar couple for the Key v ...

Nt out. oil supplies replenishedand huuaewlve bought tne new Club will be Raymond Christi WUtI&JoAH.: : ',a"rriif""l.,1 I lawn A.... <.UtttorM locale*! In Florida"
gas heating systems Irrigation I product more readily In glass. i i and ftheryt Btotbena. The Fu dollar
have total reMturcen In excees of five billions) of r.p.nUnarth.
Glass cans
equipment and wind I lava. Jars :' tore Tsocher club sleetedZonds .
and and
savings of our .'ltlf''ru Inotltullurut.
and the pouch-ln-box during a
machines put In readiness i | Beslee and Allen C.p.
TAKING six weeks test In a Delllmote ling. to represent Mtem. WI1KIIKAM.: rUvlnira and' Lawn AMueUtlorM. constitute an Im-

SERVICE supermarket.KeevarrlMrrs. thlauneap.eted | The Bulldog's Bark will /lUti portent segment of ear ** .*.. and financial activities. and throughout .

YOU CAJM GET II r preference attributed to the I i other calendar. eouplas 10 be the year hv li.a.n. rconat.nt source for horn financing for ourelthen.

(BV THE HOUR OR CONTRACT) KEUEf FROMHEADACHE' fact customers eowld actually J i| sleeted at later date ., and' h.*........,..,*
---- see the unfamiliar new. fund and horn ownerMhlp."" and
PAIN I and because glass jars can always I has been Incs-eaalng throughout ':
DISCING WJIKUKAH. th iiwtfrfnajority of the nation's) O.OOO Staving
be mad (e store etherA
SPRAYING CHOPPING HAMAOt r**" ... FAST ...... I Itt 1 f l t....... I,the last world...on Total UM144I world. Ie output eolrI and I Iran aocJatlorM'ii' ',.>s>rr*...ntlnif assets of over 9114. billion.
FERTILIZING Etc. troio s... of hsasatM. ea ats'is.aeat I. bumper apple trop this I matad a. Nearly *I9OwtMt million through their trsutw it*a...Utl.'.... the United ftt' .te. Saving. and' Loan
ft.ang sense pea af crtwiia, year, estimated by USDA at inn's.... i....'"' will .be luUdhtgtheir. tUventr.&cond' lIZ Annual Convention
......u_. ... St..ate.c.
.c. ,, 14 million busKela. Isstarea ..... .. thus WUmrJ'' ''M* *h. Florida. NovemberNOW. .13-
....... s.sg... a", .eerew1 sear U the .la! b rnallnna year at -
stgmsMs'isV p.evtding bout esiletn f...s ef Owe Cnmni Mss bat
n+ sts>ciea< fast
HEAVY DUTY DISCING ,....,. ... tae take S1ANMO1 lass wUh abundant suppliesef In Err... to. ....., four time TIIY.JII:YOICV:. I. KarrU llryant. by virtu of the author.
ANDGRADER .....aoa. isttdlth.it gw. ....NNI.r trails .....*. greater Uian the prewar figure. Itjr veetawi 'In m4 a* (..*-.,,.,,r of the Htat of Florida do hereby

:-.e. 6Mt/ .... .. t.>na!.g .... .,rwtel eta*.1 I AiMMg Use Me. Italy *edur1, proclaim November li-13. lllttt, asa
WORK ...a .Iriire foe a number eyears.. low has soared from needy $IIrfUllton b.TAa4lM: "
r.. .. .. I find that this veer's crop Is tustMls averege M the
: ; :
; ;. ; and Loan WeekIn
fed- I tike largest set revel **_aI lut M parted *. aware thin Sowings
NURSERY TREESRoute !i.t.si. T1ke pre-rtoue Aighi 141 busnels. teat ..iai m.T .
..alOe .I was 1174 m'Ulew ......... in "" al eutpwt fr all ., ****** Florida. and ft f'rltli-rwi: to e vn'rate In Ira eb* rvance>, and
; On, ONA WA 9-6718 Owe. I its 9.sraeR. f lad __ we M4 J aMIIkMiml Inrtnl. I w l kmss the C '. J 2''II'' and I"MMI DeUfate. who" will, brtr .

2Sc ti g fee If4......, .ppM. p./asrtiast. .. e.ns4..ted 344 Jt I In Florid d"'1af ..Nir t'te ....IuII.
-- -- ---'- -- .illw .*e.l, IN U e
nevraatn H.s.LI1sL. wanes I II ..b / WtT.VK.MA WIIKKKOr. I har hereunto

I I.. ....... w. peww w .-.1 **t my hand and ........! lh. Grant Seal of
'I... t..a.fA.......... __ tha. .11... of KVrlda to bs affixed. at Talta. *
I II..... C1W", sa.Ma AI,.... ..... I .. h..r..... the Capital. *... 2Alh day of $eV..
COINS WANTEDPAYING I ,... z..,....., .w i patsaiMw.1 temter. A. 1). I ID44.
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: .1. M tab 'tl in aetly 4edUl.n ; y..i .... q
has Is.i, 4.Jsgen "sfs'ara :
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THE FOLLOWING PRICES tats -ubw .A./t pslwts.wM taM KAKRW lIaVA:T.

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ties C/,, -' rile .* 'e"a.oi ... ;; 1.-.0. NenaLalae4. a rF'Fedic1Savh5AndLafl
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you buy more at IGA because of Every Day Low '
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y: 4 A w r 4 Ham Center Slices lb.79CLytes

I I' x Wieners 3 12 a 1.00 HEINZ
3 t Sugar CrceV, :.- Pkgs.V :

DI Sliced Bacon T.bKin9/ Ib.49c etc

j ., 4 TABLE Sliced KING Bacon or Regular Thick 1 2.JL 'Ib..9.. 4 KJ 7%5'c i TARNOW Bologna 12 n,OL. 3 9 c 74 oz- B ottle
l Smoked Delights lb. 69 c Swiss Cheese Jb. 69 it'

TARNOW Cooked or BAKED HAM 6.ounce pkg. 65

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\ t Nov. 567Strawberri\t )(J 01r401! K' Sno Brite Rice I i:;. 39c
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I Salad Dressing T-tu Trial J+; 3.9c.

DIXIE LrR,!,eI SA 'w!f R.o .' GUilt BIG, 19c H EINl
Sweet Potatoes 2V= C.n row
,, r'. ,. Campbell's Tomato Soup> 3'enns2.9c' LIMIT 2 WITH' ORDER Z CNUp {I

1 UIIu.NV I Oven Fresh Bread 'JI&A. 5$1.00:: +.

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Georgia Red onmtoes.gene: 301.i 69: -
4- L *.r. NEW' ,."..' From Procter & Gamble -
Kraft Macaroni DinnerRed ";. 2.71).oz-3'3 C Safeguard Regular iw 21'or: 31C
,.., .. 'hi I Kidney Beans. .. ft 4'GwMt'' .t 3'co'29c' Soap l:''lh U.tr 21'or43C:

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r ._ Tea, aags. T.Ii.r. .4.CI.49c,

A'' -& 'w Tang : "'atit 'E Saltines u,.'iynn Ib. 23c

Breakfast: Drink' Amsco Sponges 2P.i.19c

,,6 f 1 Jar" 8 9c b + ,I ICooking Oil., T.W..\ Ka;: 9 24 os. 33c.Y"

\/ Chili,I.' with BeansMoae r-r1.' 1.50&.29c

"- ONE am raj r'w t.elJr6oL29c
t s., I Fruitastc Drinks .A:Ft.:011_ 3 ,.. $1
'. J(a, SAVE 7clColgate I Vet Liquid 12 0&. 29c
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: Coupons Baggies 1 25'. 3SCa

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; : i r,. BananasSweet Philadelphia Cream Cheese >a n l et 9.29c

Speed American Cheese T bu;u 39C

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1. .1 ,t : i t PWsbury- Hungry Jack Discuits2', c.M39c;

'l.' Fresh Grapefruit Juice Kr.n pi. 39C
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Riches Coffee Rich u&... 2.9c .,
.. Aunt J amine- Wei**.* ,n4.... 35 C Onions Y3.> C4;., 3 xJi4J -.25 ', r I.G.A.Florida Toblente Grade Fresh aJ1
; -' 24. Carrots Celo P.el.q. n..10C
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Green Peas Cv
or rll. "9. Potatoes a+.Rea 3u..39C

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