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First National Bank Plans ".

Open House December 17 I I IW.,


Open house for the new area It servo. We feel that The building constructed bj
First Nation! Bank facility First National Bank offers the Jack Jennings, contractor ol e si

has been scheduled for Thursl beat service available any- Orlando, occupies more thai
l.y, Dec 17. John E. Carroll, when' .MCustomer one-third of a city block It 5

Fr. president, h.i announced.The service and convenience faces 100 feet on Broadwaj .
recently-completed ultramodern were foremost in and ,Is 1M feet deep on Pleasant ,

banking Institutionwill mind In the design and construction street The building Is ol

be formally opened for of the new facility.As white brick exterior with stucco VOL 72-NO. I KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER (10, 1964 Two Sections-Price 10 Cent
public inspection from 5 to 8p one enters the large main Interior and steel building

.m, Guided tours will be con. lobby, Mr. Carroll's office is supports John A. Burton IV
ducted by bank personnel.The on the left and the row of of Sanford was supervising architect
new facility, one of the teller windows are straight on the project Interior
finest and most up-to-date In. ahead on the right A right decoration was done by Flume
ititutioni in Central Florida turn upon entering will take bo Inc., of Winter Park
was constructed because of the customer to the commercial The bank will complete 40 Tax Suit Set
bank officials' faith In the loan department. A board years of operation In April Hearing Friday
continued progress and growth room Is behind the installment 1966. Application for the charter ;
of Klsslmmee and Osceola loan department and the was made on Dec 7, 192
County. Estimated cost of the bookkeeping department Is on and the bank opened the following .
major remodeling project Is the second floor. A walk-In April. Two of the original -
175000. window faces the street and incorporators still are directors .

"We are proud of our new the drive-in banking windowsare of the bank They art Plan Study Jan. 11Position
bank," Carroll said, "and hope located at the rear of the C. Holmes Prather of Coca- Regional
that everyone will come In building on Pleasant street Cola Bottling Co. and Ellis F...

and join us In the formal opening The easy access and spacing Davis, attorney Other directors -
of the completely modern of the drive-in windows make are Carroll, Irlo Bronson,,
banking facilities. A bank is them the finest to be found In Henry O. Partin. Chapman,, LegislativeProblems
judged by its service to the Central Florida John E. Carroll, Jr., and AllenD. w I lit.

-- -- -- Carroll Also one employ
has been associated with the Of Board

bank since its founding lies 'To He AiredA
( U. S. Chapman, who cams Still Firm

up through the ranks from progress report of the
teller to vice president Next step In the Osceola Fast: Central Florida Planning
First National was begun County tax dispute will come Council will be given at the
with capital stock of $ Oooo. up in court Friday before January 11 meeting of the
Today capital stock, surplusand Judge Frank Smith of Ninth vtrr t t; County Commission. Actionwas

other reserve accounts Judicial Circuit Judge Smith taken Monday to set up
total in excess of $900.000. has set hearing of testimonyon rr the meeting with ECFPO
Growth of the bank has doubled the alternative writ of members, county commissioners .
during the put 14 years. mandamus for 9:30 am. In and local legislators.

Deposits of $0,721.67824 and Orlando.In Following the report the
total resources of $7,644,037 this action attorneys for nffilial will discuss legislative .

were reflected In the June 80 land owners, protesting assessments I problem with Sen. Irlo
statement of First National showing an average 95 "" Bronson and Rep. J, J. Grif

The ratio of capital accounts percent Increase, were granted fin. The commissioners reappointed .
compared to deposits reflect a court order commanding William T. VN sills asa
the strength of the Institution county commissioners to reopen '/ voting member and Bill
rr- National average Is a ratio the board of equalisation 0 Johnston a* an ex officio
of 7 or 8 to 1. First National's hearings. County Attorney member of the council The
latest statement shows that It Murray Overstreet Jr. filed a \board commended both members

CIIECK PLANS-John Carroll, president of the First National Is well above the national av motion for the county to quash for their service on the

Bank seated goes over the plans of the new facilities with, left erage. the mandamus Judge Smith r regional planning council.
to right, Jack Carroll, Allen Carroll and Steve Miller. First National was part of ruled against the county and Tuesday the Commissioner
the McNulty group of banks ordered the county to show 1 plan to join with others In Do-
--- -, --- until 1954. It has remained an cause why It should not comply Land. to work cut new legislation

i Independent bank ever since. with the mandamus The regarding the stats road

E. The Carroll family first became county contends that It has sat program
I Council and
and The Legislative
associated with First as a board of equalisation
National In March 1942 whenN. complied with the law ,.. Reference Bureau of the State

Ray Carroll father of John During the past week, at Read department are sponsor.
.9 E. Carroll, Sr.,'Ic.. tome,'. representing the landowners TilE TRADERS: In the Osceola High School Band Gaiett subscription drive which will close Ing the meeting at the district
president lie served as president took depositions from December 18th ae, left to right Kay Dunlsp, Klrt Hancock and Delia Carter,, The fourth place Is headquarters
from January 1941 until county commissioners. The officials still In contention In addition to the percentage given the band fund, these top students will Commissioners were notified
(Photo by Eby) Monday that a project
1 asA his death In 1960. His son became remained firm in their receive cash prises. .
road engineer has been assigned
a director in February contention that the commis.stun .
Highway 5.10: construe
t 1947, vice president the following had fulfilled the Its board duties of Ihown Will Trial: tlon and that County Clerk
January and president and had closed
Glenn Kay Is Installing .pew
In 19(10. The Carrolls at onetime equalisation after full hearing In his of
were Osceola ranchers. and upon the advice of the Many Charges AssertedBy t fire bookkeeping, system

They sold the 50,000 acre Des- county attorney. K: B. Van Clear has been
eret ranch to tie Mormon Also the officials were questioned for
named engineer
]Relations project
church. about conversation! Contesting
the highway work Low bidder!
', '-
''' 'lfteenearf sgp the bank .concerning them outside theequalliatlon I
'. on the f)"lo.IIU'I.11) construe
\ employed pin* persons. Today hearings. Much tf ; Kwell .
tlon project Is Engineering
there are' 26<<1 employees, The the questioning concerned the Testimony Is scheduled to Mrs. Veal related' trsnsac. and Construction Co.

------- employees, by department !Include officials' feelings and conversations continue today In the Ernest lions she and her sun bed had of Lakeland
; to the effect, "Tax as- Epps Brown will hearing. Two with Brown. She said at onetime the .
said bookkeeping
BOOKKEEPING DEPARTMENT bookkeeping department Ray new
John E. of his children are contendingthat he had asked her to 'iiuld'
President Carroll sesiments are too high.
Is being
li housed In spacious and attractive quarters Shown above areCleo system
McWhlrter, "undue Influence" was a house and let him cum
Sr. Attorneys Reid a result of an audit reportby
Gardner and Mary Wilson background and Sally Candler
and Andrea Wilson, foreground Commercial df'p.rtment-U. Ed Brlnson, Funle Steed and used In drawing of his will. board with her. She refused the State Auditing Depart
S. Chapman vice president) Roe Wilkins conducted the Contesting the will are Mrs.Ernestine Mrs. Vesl said she hs4 visited meet The report was given
Allen D. Carroll, cashiers: Emma questlonlrr and County Attorney Lewis of Orlando Brown three time* after h* Commissioners on Monday,
B. Quirk assistant cashier) Overstreet and Russell and Custla Epps I Brown of moved Into the Taylor house Many of the corrections were

Beta F. Crayne Robert U EbyII Thacker served as counsellors Lake Alfred. Mr. Brown died hold.Curtis made while the audit was In
Charlotte W. Jurgens Alice for the commissioners. The September, 1961 The children Brown toM the court process," Ray said, "Som. of
Littlefield, Barbara J. Persons, depositions were taken Thurs- were each given bequestsof that the last few time he vlal Asat Chief Dost Adams the adverse comment resulted
David O. Roberts Arva J. day and Friday at the court- $5 Major beneficiary listedIn tad 'In the Taylor home his Inspect from suggestions made by a
Schnell and Joan Smallwood house. the will |Ie Ruth Taylor, father appeared to hr "under previous auditor"

tellers; and Vosteal Batman, Campbell Station, 'In whose the influence of whlnkey. He Machete Used! The audit report' general
teletype operator and safe de home Brown bad lived. Under was groggy, shaky, like h* statement said
posits Football Arena terms ef the will she was to was on I drunk" In 'A nil' "All collection of record
Loan dep.rtm.nt-.lohn E. fisa accounted for funds
receive; the money for cailng Miller produced bank re* were
Carroll, Jr., Vice president and Said PossibilityBoth for Mr. Brown Instead of putting cords showing that K. E. from county land talc and
personal loan officer) Stephen him In a nursing home. Brown and Ernestine Lewis Johnnie Lee Henderson, IT stale and' county tax redemptions .

B. Miller, vice president; Cla- the Osceola High Brown's total estate Is $104.- had a joint account It was ,..ro4llol Negro was arraigned had nut been distributed.
dye R. Thompson u.l.tantta.hlerl School Athletic Associationand 22191, according to the annual closed on January 14, Dill before Justice of Trace Paul Registry of the court funds
+r ) Kathleen Alderman, the Silver Spurs agree on Inventory Mrs. Jess Thacker with a balance of "2U< clerk; and Fred F. Russell, the proposed use of Silver I I. executrix. same day, record* showed an assault for an alleged machete" were adequately secured. Annual -
loan teller.Bookkeeping. Spurs arena as a football Mrs. Lewis has charged In account for E. E. Brown and attack Sunday on Lawrence report of Income and expenses
Illlams at 108 Robinson ave
department stadium. This was confirmed were not always filed
Osceola County Court testimony Jess W. Thacker, attorney, In
M E. E. GalUgher two organisations nue. More than 100 stitches promptly The cash-book.
Mary Wilson Daisy when the this Week that the signature fart was credited with the was
Cleo Gardner Joan met Tuesday evening to discuss on the document filed same amount. The account had were required to close Wil.ilsm'a and not balanced Retirement remittance
Humble, Lydia Post Andrea the project will ..ndIt.ta..nt opened 10 day earlier. wound on face were current"The
In the last .
Wilson, bookkeepers and Sarah The proposal Is still in the probate M the arms at Orange Memorial hos audit severed the \
la not
of Brown
NEW SVmrilBOARU-Mrs. Vosteal Bateman shows Allen F. Candler and Nell liar. planning stages Frank Godwin pital. of April I, 1991, to March
Carroll and Uly S. Chapman how the new swithcboard at the Jy, bookkeepers and IBM Op said, but the "possibilityIs elgnsUre of her fsther. Sinjiliont'ttr8I'nwnl Rlggs set Henderson's\ bond II, 1964.
the document deeding .
at1,1x)0 l and released him to Also discussed.
bank works. the
(Photos by Eby) "tors. bright. was
Brown's "home place" to Jack Conrrrt Constable Houston Pa it In who North Klsslmmee drainage
and Ruth Taylor signed In In turn had him confined In problem

: :::: :: :::::::.. :.IO! J IIIIIIIIIIII Brown's own handwriting, she The Oweola $flymphonett, the county jail to be hM' for
, Pound Retire 37 Years asserted trial. .
to After under the direction of LarryW I..,' : :':':':1
>s R, 0. Allen, Orlando real In another case the Kllm-
GazetteSpecials will their
O'Grady, present
that Police department released
f estate broker, testified me.
U{ Osceola County Tax CGII.d.or Bandy Governor Millard Cald.wellll.m.d He I I. still active In the V.F.W the Taylor had barred visitors annual Wednesday{thriatma, December Concert 14, on at Hitman Lewis of St Elisabeth Weather

Ed Pound 11'11rotlre\ from Pound to the postIn and I la an honorary member of from seeing' Brown en I p.m. In the Oscoola Art and Jamaica Border to Patrol the United Tuesday II L R
public service January 1, after 194S, ho was elected to the the Board of Stewards of the several occasions. Allan" said Culture Center building, corner States rue
It/1 II M
arrested December *
office for than and since that time Methodist Church that he had .been tarred on Hilman war
The local stores are loaded holding more position First ef Sh cart and Bryan.In W..II. ii/a n: 45
S7 At are 78, be will be has been continuously reelected he has two occasion from contacting l sins vagrancycharge
values years.
with as Christmas As for future plans, addition to selections by Officer Richard Thur. 12/1 M 42
Brows about, sale of a 110traC't. -""
succeeded by the IItwt.Ierte4furra four servingover
draws closer and closer. Here every years, no fsr-reachlng one a* yet .
the orchestra, Mrs, Jeast 1Jo nshue Gould. T. II Vannoy, jailer, rrL hid 14 M 41
are a few that should really ) Bronson. 17 years In alL He Intends to catch up on his
will present a Chtidren'cchorus discovered In processing lheprllOtl..r Rat 121: K 3* 1.11sun
Others I
Pound has become almost During all these of gvRg
tempt : year fishing and visit his family
you U's Ml 40Hon.
singing i l familiar that ho from
an institution here In Osceola county service, Pound has. been a neighbor Mrs. Darts
Badcock Finnlurt has a real He has two brother living In
Christmas/ Carol. Jamaica and bad no Immigration \l/1 70 41
good deal on reclining chairs. County, due to his years of quite active In' clvle and fraternal Georgia one In California one Veal a son, Curtis Brown,
1t"1ft.8om In Madison, Fla., function, also. He led and Stephen. B Miller, vice There will bo IM admission paper so h* notified the ... .:
Your choice of two styles at sister In Mississippi, and two to tile concert Border Petrel '. .: /P:; :: WW'UTA
$39.9S each K..I.. ... Far. he moved to Klsslmmee In 1925 Boy Scout Troop I for a number sisters and one brother living president of first National
siilere Store has a most unusual from Jacksonville, la September of year after serving lathe 1st Florida. a.nk.
1925. he became Chief Armed Force for four
selection .f gilt for the time visiting
He will spend some
home. Bette rally some Deputy Clerk of the Circuit year during World War 1. Alone
put Mrs. E
thought into buying these Court under Judge John LOverstreet. time, be was District Commander his daughter, Pound Stalled
and four grandchil-
L. Myers
.. He held this poet and Commander of the
items Oaceela Petreleuai, distributors West and hisson
until May II, 1>44. Veterans of War dreg Hi Key
for Tax Suit
Phillips '' products He was appointed Tax Collector Commander .f the America James K. Pound and By
are going like a house In Jack
three grandchildren
In May, 1147 t. serve Legion poet and treasurer of
afire with their glass and U 1
soavilU.Speaklag. Retiring\ Tea Collector:
the mexpired term of C L. the First Methodist Church
pitcher sets oven away piece of his length of Pound apparently 1 has been t
by piece with each fill up. w, mire to the people of 0.Ie -. caught In the middle. of the
>*nhUe fcoper Service" County, Pound said Ml OocooU County tax llUgetle.
a complete selection of toys, has been the Joy ef any Ida County Clerk Clem Ray
especially wheel. goods all offered When. I retire, it I* with a disclosed round's plight\
at a cool 20'r discountPaaolag spirit of aadBoaa. He Is nt eligible for aay
Lossber C. has received .tU r
pay or office eipenae* u
Branson plan M
a new shipment of U after Ute Casa are eolWud.However r
lack finished plywood U 4 x I ia poifef when. he a reet legislatureetusged
ft sheets They priced them at take office u lie stew tax tM law so ho cwuld a.
$4.4) per sheet, which Is a real I ollocUr., lie wfP eonUatte .,- obtain one-twelfth. of the **.
stances s.t 1 > Pant Jack
",. up ho
tisaatW cowMabeioM" arm
Bass will be a4Ld .. the staff
Market unloaded
Reedy a o4 each a.aSh saw the axes
of the office to assist Bronte
shipment of real Scotch pine were oonected\
Christmas trees; that's the Mr*. He''U Rogers, Mr*. This **eaas, Ray said that
kiwi that aWs.n shed. .....''M Tyeot, Mrs. PaulinoFraaklia Peaad has bees recoivlag

"Robsreoo Retail Drag has ) and Mrs. Retort Bet .. .f stases ceOectiesjo
I I jkovtrf sixe of bubble bat. 901 reoMlai at their ..... after which normal)? would ho made Y
,ar4.eta1M., at M cent. Brsasuci take UM reins, *. ItArtI.I to Nevesabvr,
Get years today and check e* ocgeeted by retiring Pevftd.Bfsajsa However, if .. ,.*a.t ...-
the popularity standing of tile hs oi.oja,e4 regular lort the taxes Mere ho leaves
boys ad girts isj the wuvfcrw.StarlMg ioteaseirfl. tag will go office ho ,....." wowM atM
Chevrolet sued ear 0S sale Fekrmery 1)) b. will ellg1Ve for the Masaslaslesiaa4
let as offering I INO Ra U.r I fcegte taking order for special osswesvaMy .!gist have .* mrm -fasti 43.o* sidled Ki*...e* Friday to ride lit th* annual CfcrlotatM .*.

Super at W*. Give it to JusvIt tag JsJtoery II, throve thee ropey the ewanty fee M* *4vasMoa rod*. foOo rteff the parade, ho visited with tae kkUJet"" at the oemer of Brs+tway astd Mates v

fee an.t.aa.V Rritrteff Tat Ccfedcr JU P.n4 *>4 of the ...ell. Roy salt wist and sUe at the fcmriM MMoptat Center,

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County Art Association Marks Its First Year with Installations

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Art Kissimmee Coca-Cola in Operation Since 1909 I

I- -

County Bottling Plant
installed .
first lu I SuccessfulBusiness

Page Two-.Tb. Gazette, Klaslmmee, Florid, Dec 10, 1941 at Bad the& A::

at the Art Just ai Coca.Cola: or "Coke"has
December '.-. . .- become a standard part of (fJf
H.I I r I the American scene, the KIstimme -

his Turner role' "' Kissimmee Motor Court News hss become* Coca-Col a major Bottling part Co of f tt

through our town. Th plant at 419
Duyj4771flayTHURSDAY President Residents Arrive Broadway I* owned and opera
presented to ted by G. Holmes Prather i 1 112ci
Mn. and known a* one of Kissim-

he with wa thl" Spend Winter SeasonBy successful mess* most builnesse outstanding and ; -

the Lori B. Cleadatl Saturday afternoon caller of This year marks Pnther'i
nity, and Mr. and Mn. Floyd Faulk- Mr. and Mra. Conrad Seyfrled. 65th year In operation In KIslimmee. -
Rote Circle annual Chrlttmai workshop, 10:30: '.m. Mri. Roy County" ner, Waterville. N.w York, fro and Mra. J. W. Wells, H* began the Coo-
Hanael. Other Mr. and Mr*. M. G. Brown, Mr. and Mn. Andrew Wai- Cola Company her In 1909.,
Womtn't Club Card Party.Square at the I Harrisburg, Pa., Mr. and Mrs worth, Mr. and Mra. Ed Hansen doing all the bottling and delivering 1 /
dancing, Civic Center, 8pm. Public Invited. president Walter Broomfield, Mlnneola, Mr. and Mn. Earl Row.aey himself Hi* ion WilHani -
Florida Symphony Orchestra opens It. Fall season, 8:30: p.m. ler of New York, Mr. and Mr*. Alfred and Mr and Mn. Harian H Prather joined him ai tt
Orlando Municipal Auditorium. Mn. Jilt, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Holcomb attended a shuffle manager In 1935 and recently
slmmee, arrived during the week to tournament at Winter Haven his grandson Bill Jr., was
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1t64 Watson spend the winter In the Court Thursday and Friday, added to the staff
Member Mr. and Mn. William\ Cordon Prather celebrated his 50th
Mr and Mn. Linn loses
Junior Woman'. Club
Christmas Gala
Elba Lodge, 8 p.m. Brown visited Mr. Elisabeth anniversary in December, 1959
Pore visited Mr. and Mr* Daley
Veterani World War I and Aux. 7:30: Orange Gardens L--
p.m. .. ter In St. Cloud Sunday Smith In Orange Garden Sunday with a new bottling room addi
Community Building, Fertlc Mr. and Mri. Pearl Cort- evening. tion. Th 43' x 90' glass front
Watchtower Convention, Tupperware Auditorium, 6:45: p.m., France right were Sunday dinner Mr. and Mr*. Jo Kehrer, plant housed a new bottling
songs and esperlencei; 7:15: p.m., model ministry achool. I II the guest of Mr. and Mri. Harold Milan, Michigan and Donna machine and washer which BOTTLING EQUIPMENT Holmes Prather, owner and op.
'Rhino' playing at Arcade Theatre through Saturday and Mrs. Eldenburg, Orlando. Jean Woroeck Thursday ha* enabled the company to crater of KUilmmee Coca-Cola: Bottling Co., displays tome of
The World of Henry Orient' playing at Cloud Theatre through Mr. and Mri. Joe Kehrer, caller of Mr and were Mrs. E. E. Increase production SH time the plant' modern machinery Above I II the CEM 20-head filler
which baa speed of 80 bottle minute. (Photo by Eby)
publicity Milan, Michigan were Thursday Gilbert a* much as before. a per

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1964 for the afternoon and evening Mr and Mrs. Perc Lovewell Product available from
The guest of Mr. and Mra. Everett wen business visitors In Or. Klimsimme Coca-Cola plant Growing WORLD WAR I VETS
Elki Family Night Dinner, 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday Gilbert.Dr. Undo Tueacl.,. Include: Coca-Cola Dr. Pepper Rotary TO MEET FRIDAY
"The Sound of Music", Orange Bloisom Playhouse, 8:30 p.m. p.m. at and Mri. C. P. Llttell Mr and Mrs. Harold H.Cleadall Grapette, Sprite, Tab, tile In Other LandsRotary
4-H Club Bangle Day Center were Tueiday gueita of Mri. were Sunday dinner complete Sunburst line and Veterans of World War I,
Beta Sigma Phi Christmas Dance, American Legion Horn Art Mat Yaplei, Orlando and on guests of Mr. and Mn. Wray- Korker. Eight delivery truck Barracki 1068, and Ladies
NARCE Christmas dinner, 12:80 p.m. followed by builnen In Friday were gueiU of Mr and mond Smith.Square. cover OiceoU, Polk Orange, U rowing faster In Auxiliary will meet Friday
meeting, Orange Gardena Community Building. and Mri. Pratt Johnson, Bartow, Lake, Sumter and Seminole the outside world than In the evening, December 11th, at the
Richard Tucker to ting In Orlando Municipal Auditorium. meeting Mr. and Mn. Letter Milne counties for deliveries English I speaking countries Orange Garden Community
Watchtower Convention, Tupperware Auditorium, 7 p.m., 'Pro lure and Mri. Earl Dick were Sun Dancers When the bottling room was when It originated, Paul Building at '7:30: o'clock.
claiming Recruiting Good Newi Around the World' film New day dinner Nest of Mr. and completed in 1959, it was filled Stln of Orlando told mem- Elected officer of Barracks
Public Invited. will\ Mra. Julius Smith; D. C. K.... Meet TonightThe with all the latest equipment ben of the Rotary Club of 1068 will\ be instilled at this
anei B I ler was also a cuest A* a result of Prather'. fore- Klislmme at their Monday meeting by Mike Dwyer, national -
SUNDAY, DECEMBER II, 19(1 taught b Mr and Mri. Charles Straw last dance meet.Ing light no additional machinery meeting legislative research con-
Jamei the. coat \ were Sunday dinner gueiti of of the square will be held hai needed to be added in the The past district governor lultant
Bishop Henley to consecrate Methodist Church Fellowship year
Mr. Mrs After close of the business
Hall 11 Gaylord Palmerof tonight at the Civic Center put few ,..ra. Th plant who In private life run the
following service.
a.m. class of Dellwood\ Park. meeting, members of the Ladles .
tell organization
and modernly P. ,
stands completely Harry
from 8 to 10:80 All In.
Christmas service, Xnowlei Memorial Chapel, Rolllni b p.m.
Meidamea Thelma Dowell Auxiliary will join the
recalled that the Kissimme
equipped ai it Is. Extra
teretted In thi recreation
College, 6:11 and 8:30: p.m. the Art and Mariett Wolford memben of the barrack In
were Itorare'IP'C' ha been added Club was sponsored by the a
Rev. Jesse Waller to speak at First Methodist Church, T p.m.Reception Mr*. should attend.
Christmas festival
which in
Winter Club
Park ,
for the
The regular classes will\ recently to compensate
follow In Hall.
to Fellowship
teach of the business Two turn wa sponsored by the All eligible veteran and ladies
'Our Town' start after the first of the growth
Watchtower Convention, Tupperware Auditorium, I Joseph claaa Play
p.m. warehouses have been Orlando Club. Klulmmee, In an urged to attend thei
Sal to speak on 'Our Divided World, la It Here to Sep?' 14, year, Superintendent of Park new
ary built on Central Avenue, also turn, sponsored a club In St meeting, held every second
and Recreation Bill Palmer
Date RescheduledThe
'A Shot In the Dark' playing at Arcade Theatre through Mon for her \ Cloud. Friday evening of each month.
day. the announced. After the first of Coca-Coia employ 22 people
In \ Footlight Theatre Guild January, there will be IS classes in the office, plant and on ,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 19(4 furnish production of "Our Town," originally given and then a square route Bob Poff I II rout supervisor -
dance club will\ be formed. and vending managerfor
.. scheduled for December
Piano Recital Beali Auditorium Junior School. e
Myrtllla High
Sixteen attended the the Production
8 art elll' 2, 8, 4, and t hal been person concern.
p.m.Rotary organliational meeting lilt la Frank Branson
postponed until later date.
calling a
Club, 12:16, Frank Woodall charge of program. In The play alerted lilt Wednesday Thursday. They voted to keep aided by Assistant Production
Bethany Circle, Preibyterian educational building, 8 p.m. Mn. evening, the lint ache. the present Interest tip and Manager Jim King. Mn. Jo

TUPADAY" IK'EMBER'U, mjL.* .* ': Cloud at \ iduled night, but was postponed develop more after the Chriit Berta Bronson take are of ,
,'. pi holiday Th club will be the office a* secretary book.
in fVT: J ** All due to the illness of *.i ajor !
Klaslmme Elk. Lodi regular meeting, 8 ;.nw ; evening. participant, Ed Phayr. .. Mra 'sponsored! by the city recreation keeper. George; Gamer li plant
Newberry College Singer, Christmas Concert,,.Osceola High Phay and daughter Carolynwere department. foreman; Ben Key U In chargeof Cookies Pie Variety Breads Apple Cinnamon
School alto member of the or. All age group from young mechanic Bread wedding Birthday and Party Cakes for all
Christmas tree lighting program. 7 p.m. Bandshell, Veterans FSC 'Gladleton'i iginal caitRecasting adult on up are Invited to Route salesmen Include Cecil Occasions.
Memorial Park, St. Cloud. li under way attend, Palmer aald. Th. old Norris Earl Mock Bill
Charles Tyson, city manager, will speak at Kiwanis Club. Plans The new dates for the "Our est member of the group to Wheeler, John Macky, Warn
Klstlmmee All-SUtet Tourist Club, '7 p.m. Program, First Town" showing are Wednesday far I.I tl. Palmer said this type Lake, Earl Perry, Larry Good Lamar's Bakery
Methodist Church. Eighty through Saturday evening of activity "fill a basic need win, Clarence Carroll and
Either Circle at borne of Mr. J. A. lllldebrand, t p.m. Florid *, January 20, SI, 22 and for thla age group In the com Keith Buih.
cert 23. mllnlt,." It give! the participators Prather ha received many
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER U, 19(4 choral \ Rehearsals for the postpone a chance to socialite awards through the year for "Osccola'a Only Complete Bakery"

Rotary Club Christmas Party, 7 p.m. AI Cody reildence. 216 B. seating ed production begin January and enjoy themselves with a his efficiently operated bull-
Vernon. program : group, he uld.R.member nets Including one from Chattanooga 1028 New York Ave St. Cloud

St. Cloud Railroad Club annual Christmas party, St Cloud December 4th.Reser'e square dancing Glass and another Phone 892-3284
Community Houi A I4- \ Center tonight 8 to 1030.: from the Coca-Cola Company.

Christmas play, Church of God, 7:30 p.m. company e .
Otceola Symphomttei Christmas Concert, 8 p.m., Osceola Art senting For Holidays

Thrift and Club Culture annual Center.Chriitmai dinner, gift exchange, of Hoots Bach of, Reservations are now being Come look them Come them out!
Union Tourist Club meeting, 7:30, St Cloud. culty. taken at City H.lllor the use over try

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 19(4 of the Civic Center during the

Christmas bolld.,.. They're in our showroom now-ready for to and drive. So
see come
Friendship Club, Episcopal Parish House, 12:30: p.m. AT Any club or group Interfiled you

Orange Garden Civic Ann. Christmas party, '7.90 p.m. "Rbi In using Mra.the Norm center Kutterer should contact at on in and get the full story on the beautiful new Chevrolets for '65.

DECEMBER ring lIa.." City HalL There are lUll a
Icy \ few dates left open, to get
18-Epillon Sigma Alpha Christmas Party. the reservation In now.MISSIONARIES .
19Elki Children' Christmas p.rt,4 to 6. Family night din. day, An I
nerItoI. deilgned
SO-Bishop Loultit to confirm at St. John'i Episcopal Church family. TO

20-St John'. Church School Christmas program and party, ring Mr. and Mn. John Pember-
7 p.m. Sommer, ton, miistonarie to Southern
81-Rotary Club meeting, Everett Amos In charge of program. and Rhodes! Africa, will speak
II-Social Security Representative at Community House 9:30 The at the First Christian Church
a.m. to 12.30: p.m. showing Monday night at '7:30 p.m.
22-Kistlmmee Elk Lodge regular meeting, 8 p.m. Orient" The public I* Invited.
22-Klsilmmse AII-States Tourist Out '7 p.m. Program, Free
Methodist Church.
22-Annual Kiwanis Christmas party.

JJ-8 Elki p.m.ISElb Members. Open House and Champagne Party, 6 p.m. to South Trail '65 CAmoltlIPflpoltJ Super Sport Coup

Lodge Open Houi A Champagne Party, 6 to .. DRIVEINTHEATRE
24-St Johns Christmas Eve service, 11:30: p.m. It'* a longer, lower, wider, roomier road. And even that'll seem newer
25"The Three Penny Opera" by Rollin. Theatre D pt and 65 Chevrolet quieter, handsomer, swankier kind Became now Chevrolet' Jet
Florida Symphony, Annie Russell Theatre Winter Park of Chevrolet. Fact i*. Just about amooth ride in i smoother than ever.
Alto Dee. 29 and Jan. 2. eYerything'i new right down to the And we're itching to show it off.
86-Elk* Family Night dinner 6 to 8 p.m. Weeaead
28 Rotary Club meeting Cecil Bush In charge ot program. ORLANDO. FLORIDA
S9-Klwanl* Club, Pmident'i farewell for outgoing president,
Charles Dixon. Taara, Fri 8eterday'Ride n ...- .":J tl.l 'I
80-Elk* Egg Nog Party for member and family to 6.30: p.m. the Wild Surf
80 Mary 8uaaenbergr Needlework Guild 10 ajn. COLOR* 1
81-Elk* Steak Dinner, 6:30: to ':30. New Year' Eve) Dane, 'Palm Spring Weekend'
9 p.m. Breakfaat a.m. Troy v...... Color L '"1MY .
81-Squar* dancing Civic Center,8 p.m Public Invited. ltt nr
Horror of U:4S Party Beach

Church Circle
Held Luncheon Where LOT Has Gone'
Chapter 528 of NARCE will 'A Saaaa Hayward -4----
Bold their annual Christmas -
The Betty Paulk Circle helda Betts Dave
party and dinner Saturday at
covered dish luncheon Monday First O.Ur Skewing
11:30 at the Onn,. Garden
at the home of Mr*. H. S. COLOR
Community House. Kne Corroir Cone Sport Coupe
Ayres with 19 member and Phoeb Llghtner, district tS' IMS SUNDAY
Te .sly MON. TUES.
three rueeU present supervisor, will be the guest -
Mr*. Earl Clark had charge speaker. The Buccaneer a racier looking quicker steer And up to 1M lip available in the
of the program. Following the Contribution for Christmas Tat Bnu ae C.Ur 65 CorvairMore ing. Utter cornering, roomier nding new Conaa. Where do you find out
singing of Christmas carols, basket instead of exchangeof ':41 SUNDAY: kind of Corvair for '$$. With a about thia firsthand Just follow
abe read an article written by gifts will be the featured 'U eJy MON, TUES longer, wider new Body by Haher. the enthusiaita-to our ahowroora.
Bob Conildln entitled "A Ut. project WEDNESDAY
U. More Time". Picnic'We
The member voted to fur. P ,. H.UenRnee
Blah a basket of food for a TO MEET WEDNESDAYThe R.ealW Q to see more to try in airs more propll' buy

need family for ChrisUnaa. regular Tourist dun CO 1:11-1138 Chevrolet Cherelle Chery II Con-air Corvette at
how will be Choose a new or now your dealer'sIf
ANNOUNCEMENT Wednesday, December presented II en at 'A Summer Egan Plan'Richard -.--- ................ .... .. -.. ........ ._...,.rw,.,' ----
BOTH ':10, this week only, Insteadof The Racattad Reseed
the regular Tuesday Bight 9M
and Urn. Robert ChrU This KM
Mr. been aeceaaary la
. announce order t* get the entertainment COUPON NIGHT ,
Tammy Lpn, Toes aa Tuesday eight la the A....... Me per car
day, December 1, ot the Or- boy regular school night ft Plea Owe teepee 10 MONUMENT AVENUE PHONE
us.- Memorial Hospital the amp 470213 KISSIMMH, flOtWAOsceola

V 1 l I 1

Guttle, Klstlmmee, FJorl &. Dec. 10, W4-P M Thrte

Casting Footlight for Guild Play FESTiVE BIDS'HO iDMWD [ FE.L- T1NG ,

The tasting rail It out for

the third Theatre Guild pro- a UUiln;:;. ': : : i..p!..j!!{III 4' I REG }9. OPELANI x/imo BRAND NATURALLY TENDERSAYE
ductton of the IBB.-19K .... ; y. : : ; : : ill 6-01 Lli4N..H9
on. Tryoute will be held at \,' '':.:';!I W Meats Z ,/
the Art and Culture Centerat .. !!i ,! j;

eight o'clock this Friday. It !: (
Iii ItEGUtAR9r USMackeral f4E1s .SPANISHI
ii not necessary to be a member { : :
of the Guild to get I good ; .

part The play, to be produced I: l 29 BEEF SALE

early in March,, I Ie a mystery iuSBl1R1 CHERRVTurnoversS5
Broadway hit, "Remains to J) j!: :

be Seen" by Howard Lindsay '" ':ij. ... 49,1.i
and Russell Crou... the tort I :
of play In which it It fun to .i : '. J.t !' i:

take part. There are two fine ,. Ii 1''iiil!.!;!! ',,, part for women, half dot- -._
a I: hi:!
en fine male roles and a number tf.(t. ... .: OOOSTOt.\-'. ::.:;.inHHiWi...:. :::!:!.: : !!; 4caa n39I!
!I : .
of detectives and police. .t"o; ::::: :::::;
J, ; .,la'.,.,. Steak
men. Some are ideal for those .. ."'_: .. : w. Lb 93wl
who have not acted before If \

e\er Louis French will direct.

At an experiment a committee l1i W-H

will be rather reiponnble than the for director catt

ing. Gill Brooke, George Beau, teN k

champ make up and will the Kenneth not committee Mart Duncan until Rehemali S ci Lb. 88;

afer the hollda*, WD CRANE CONElESS ROUND


ur THE Cul'NTy ,1'ME.TOCAU '100 EXTRA ,"'AMFV '
It AND Fun orraiant mall ara. .:.,tna WITH te0l"IFON FRESH GROUND
tltleF.oL.Cll'ST\ 'LORW\ :
THE ITATE: ". REGULAR 69Excedrin $495
JOHN; L v\'ERtnnEET.
49'p 1EPKG.
WHOM IT MAY cox 36ct. .

That )Murra \\'. ovrrMrt hut I r
filed hli final report a 49 r
tor of Ihr Estate of John LUi.rtrod Rise Giant,
l dtr ed; that h* h. I
filed iviltlon for Final Inc.cliarg CARPET 100 ENfRA'AMPS WITH COUPON HORMEL BONELESS
*, and that ht will apply| to $ 99
the Honorable (I,. I- Johnson
County Judge of Ditto) Count. Sweeper Special) 3 Can Ham 3 5259
Florida,, on IYdfor the tl.i approtal d.v of Ittember of- N* and for final I dlarharg ai
Eareutor of the Eat.te of John REU ., AR ti i l. ruiMROSE NEEDS NO
L. "citrntreet d.r*..ed. REFRIGERATION
Thli I*th day of Not'ember, '
I Can Picnic 2 ClN! 159fPP.i.1
Executor of Estate of John
L. li\emtrert deceived.
Murray W. O\'Pun..l. Jr.. FRESH fST N BUTTSPork

Attorney Kla.lmmr P., o Hot for Ttd Florida Exe.utor.. TomatoesREGULAR 303 iy,
Roast 391
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DIM lit HI.K OK r'XMtlllHNWTKE :
; 18 HEHbtU Ul\'EN PEG 1)1 r'XII OARLINC.T .
hut I bare filed nil final, rrlurnExetutur Juice. 3 ;:sl.
a of the estate of "

dlatrlbuilon have Damp filed Ixrrov ni>sod:, petition dece for,,' dinehargr .I > Cinnamon Buns: >:29x

and that on January It,
im. I oil apple 10 the Hinnra- REGULAR 77 ASTOR VACUUM PACKEDCoffee 1
bin O I', Johnson
.County Judgeof
l'.nol.'ount,. .Florida,, fur
approval of said final, return and
fur an order of dlnlrloutlun and
for discharge as E.'ull.r of tho 1 LB,
estate of Dais Ixrroo. drceatdDecember 49I
ith, I mi
pH. Kelley CAN
It. Krlley .
Executor of the rotate of
LMlat narrow, tit{usnad
lire. le. II. M. I;, lYl/ REGJLAR'871 FOLGER-S VACUUM PACKEDCoffee e 1

IXM.1K Plaintiffa. CARRIE I
LfPO CIRELUCK tilT Norwich
Street, Brun. 'Irk, Oeorfla, NOTICE I REGULAR 35' HORMEL (WITH BEANS)
flalntlff ha* Instituted ault for
divorce: ? the aboeaisled
Court InloYo are herrbyammonrd
ordered and required
K file our mrltten answer Chili. 41REGULAR /
to the Complaint' filed In.
the above at)led cause In the office r
of the Clerk of the Circuit .
Court for the Ninth Judicial I'Ir.
cult of Florida, In and for oce.-
la County. at hla office In the. 53. DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise
Courthou In KlMlmme Florida
on or before the nth day of
Janusry A D isel. and 10 ..rrtea
ropy thereof on f'lalntlffa at*
tenon,'. chose name and addreua
are Oct out be''",,'. Should ,ou fall.. 39
to do ao. Decree Pro Confrnro "II! Qt
b. entered against you. 1Vitnenamy
h.nd'j.rk of .Id ('our'.nd
the seal of Uld.ut at
KlMlmme.. (...01. ,'ounty. Flor
Ida Ihia, Ith day of DecemberOLEN.V .
\'Ierk'It ull Court EXTRA
Onceola Count. Florida I r
BT ., Ellanor O Jon*r* $ 11
l>eputt' clerkICT GIANT '.T!;;. !. ; rlCUA 'ANCY 1110 Of\.ICIOlJ'
CT EL) 39 .
Murray \\'. Ovrretreet Jr 2 39
Atlornev O Box for Jess PlaintiffH BOX .M.t"I "'f Apples ib.

klealmme. Florida .onii"no. : ::. 'ra yet JulCY'LORIDA
Dec 1C. 17 <4 II l> 4the

Sealed bid. "III b. rewlved .t 0; '& 'W' Grapefruit 5 p 49'
iwceola County CourthouieKlKimmr REGULAR 2/, :IS. DEL MONTI ,_ .. t
*. Florida' al II I A 3t l
on Tureda. Lwrember :: IM4'' 303 f l'; f j S NO. i RUSSET POTATOES
for the ..1. and removal, or the -
denmlllton and remoial of buildIng Spinach 8 1.r I. Bakers 10 79'
and other improvement. Cant !) 'tk'f!: I / K3 g
from 1..Uoo. needed for the .cG1
road,uu lIon lonatrucllon Job No known".a.|....un l'on- REGULAR 8S, nO 1'J (W wi .' t NO i YELLOW

ole iR \,\Count' Job ..No Florida>ll-I. The t>tl bid, ,tarn alit C Onions 5 % 39'REGULAR
b. Stoned pul.llclv and announcedal Crisco Oil 4t 01. -5\\9; j l sI1t! 1= I' L g
the time and Hare dr>l-natd .

.No fur bid receiving irllll; >*them connldered utll.... 4I"(' BETTY CROCKER WHITE YELLOW DEVIL'S fOOO J ._ II .l
It la submitted on the officialprnponat .
form provided b) the L.;:1-.
Slate Road Iwpartmenfuek Informtlonretardina Cake Mix 320-01$' 51 ;
form and
n n
Ih... alt for bid" or .
Inapeitlon. of the kvlldinaa maybe
obtained from C H Hoor-e.,, REGULAR :?< THRIFTY MAID YELLOW CLING
ihlef rror-ertle. Man
.IHatrlrt..m.nt outdoor
Branch Right of Mav I>lv l.lon.mate Peaches .4/1.
Florida Road. a4 Department from Olen Hal .
Clerk of c.urt.1.. C<>.rlhona -
.. .
KlMlmme Florida.The neon.. th* NORTON 0/EM tHlc tllf TU lfV EXTRA

I and right to to wal\reject technical an) of.rr all..rg.tlda.In-aa I TOf EXTRA V-'LUlnAMlS I I TOP EXTRA VA STAMPJ I T0*>VAIUI STAMnW.s Pol Pies 5 J i.;. f 1.
may b* deemed beat for Ih
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%NCH. RIGHT Of W AT _...... M&ennd1er.ou ,.-a ..N Juice 2 : 99'ASTOR
M\l loV: rU'RIfiA STATE: .. Mt- ELM... ... ..hi.Y.NIlea ton,
IS. le/t
For AQ OtaaloiiaELLIE I I 1111 TOf YAW ITAMftiTif I if TOf VAIUI TAM*$ Potatoes 4 PliO' 1.

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B. B. Wllllami, mlnliter of the E-
Individual First Methodist Church officiating '
Self-discipline C a tkot bearer wen :
MMtri Albert Bearden U.) 8. _, i
Chapman A. F. Crosby, Eb ,. ',
M. JOliet, W. E. Pound and .". "",: }
T. Simmon Interment I" "
y ." ('R. .
followed In ROM Hill Cemetery '
7 .,
tlltl Crluom Funeral Horn I ...,. '- 'J .
was In charge of arrangement ,
*. ....,
Editor, The CatetUlTh grateful thank
annual baiaar of the W* alia with to thank
Page Four-Th. Gazette, Kissimmco, Florida, Dec 10, 1964 HARRY GRANT DOUGHTY fine for your
St. Cloud Hoapltal Auxiliarywent paper coverage and
Harry Grant Doughty, of over with a bang to become help In our behalf
1705 Catherine Street, Orange the targeit event of IU Sincerely,
UF Doesn'l Try to FlunkMany ;1. Garden, Kllmmee pallid kind In the history of this organization. .. Margaret E. God, Pre,
away In an Orlando hospital .
I early Tueiday evening after a Moat of you Kistlmmee people TEX' BROWNLEE GUEST
School l lengthy IIIn.... ; already knew of this event AT DANCE WORKSHOPAl
graduates from Osceola High
appearto A native of Cheater WIlt taking place and helped to
be dodging our big state schools, giving as their Smith "Tex" Brownie of Mis
Virginia, he moved from make it the outstanding undertaking lion, Teiai. shared
reasons that they're "too large" or "too hard." Ferry, Pennsylvania to Kltilm- that It became. with Jim Rice of he Melbourne podium
The "too hard" angle was scotched completely : met 7 year ago. H* was retired Your merchant met our toHelton and Erie Sohn of Winter Ha
from the steel Industry. with friendliness and
recently by University of Florida President J, Wayne yen, at the Square dance work.
lie was a member of the First most acceptable contribution ihop held In the
Reitz, who gave the facts as follows: kisty' United I Presbyterian Church, and It I.I to them that we, the House Sunday afternoon Community
"We accept only students who in our judgment the Orange Garden Civic Attoclttlon women of the Hospital Auxiliary Dane enthusiast from

are capable of completing requirements for a bache- L the Grange.and a Life Member of wish to extend our mOlt far away a. Tampa attendedfjaaette u.

lor's degree. There is a fallacious, if not malicious, Survivors Include hit wife,

rumor that we deliberately try to flunk a large per Sarah L. Doughty; leven brother TI'E.liissi""ee
centage of the freshman class. Morton E.i Klitimmee,
Frank L. and Charlie)! 0., both
"This would be foolish, costly and unwise in the Smith Ferry; Dewey A. of California
light of our standards for admission. Actually, at the ; Otis W., Wilbur 0. and AL CODY EARL E. NEIBERCER BOB CODY

end of the first trimester of last year, only 2.4 percentof Samuel M., all East Liverpool Publisher Editor Editorial DirectorA
Ohio two listen, Mrt. Eula
our entering freshmen were suspended for academic White; Sebrlng and Mn. Ila JOHN H. PERRY NEWSPAPERSecond

reasons, the second trimester 4.5 percent Smith, Fort Pierce; alto num. das pottage paid at Post Office at Klsslmmee Florida,
The "too big" argument is also a foolish one, in erout nieces and nephewi. 82741. Published every Thursday Stewart Avenue and Verona
the judgment of the writer. Funeral services will b* held Street, Klislmmee. Telephone 847-2881. Mall Address: P.0, Box

Anything that's big is also composed of smaller at Gristom 2 o'clock Chapel Saturday, with from the Rev the, 1060 General advertising based on open rat of .08 per agate line

groups, and so it Is at the University of Florida. Dor \ ); Dorr Van Etten, Minister of the Local advertising based on open rate of .98 per column Inch with
mitory sections, fraternities, classes and organizations / First United I Presbyterian adjustment for consistency and volume Classified advertising

provide the small groups in which students can avoid Church follow officiating In Osceola Intermentto Memory column.05 per Inch.word; classified display under contract at SI.28 per

being burled in a huge mass. Garden G r 1 111 o m Funeral Subscription price by mail 14.00 per year, 6 month $2.50, by
It is true, of course, that students are free to Horn i II in charge carrier .10 per week-

flunk out if they wish to. But this is likewise true of

most college students whatever the size of the college.

The restrictions of high school give way to liberty in REFRIGERATOR-
college. The individual must sometime develop the FREEZER

self-discipline to make him choose to work instead of

play, and there is no better place than college for thisto ObituariesWALTER NO DEFROSTING EVER.not even

take place. > ; in the freezerl!
The University of Florida will increasingly become IVAN LEMLEY and Jack Hlckam, both Bristol JENNIE WILSON SIMMONS !
Ten,lessee; and James I COSTS LESS TO OPERATE than 6
a graduate institution, but it will always have Walter Ivan Lemley, 70, of Hlckam, Blsckwater Virginia Jennie Wilton Simmons, 80, competitive "no frost" models!
freshmen-carefully: selected high school graduateswho Loughman, patted away Tuet- Also 42: grandchildren 54 of 224 South Randolph Avenue [ I star
afternoon In an Orlando patted Friday evening Tested in G-E Laboratory under extreme
can make the grade if they will apply themselves. day great grandchildren and several away
hospital after a lengthy Illneit. She Gulf States
At the University is a breadth of courses which is A native of Butler, Ohio, great great grandchildren. was the widow of John Me- conditions. Come In summer for usage
unexcelled In the South-and as a result students can he moved from Kllbournt, Funeral service were held Phatter who patted away herein proof of
Ohio to Loughman five Jean at 1 o'clock Wednesday In the 1983, and the widow of Fred '- G-E economy!
and -
choose a wide variety of curricula, easily change Griisom Chapel with the Rev, Marcellu Simmons who .
their course If they find that they do not think their .ro.U.. was a retired farmer B. B. William Minister of the away here In 1053. pass.ed '
original decision was sound. and war a member of the First First Methodist Church offi A native of Baltimore, BIGGER ZERO DEGREE FREEZER
Speaking as a University of Florida alumnus, we Methodist Church, Kllbourn. ciating. The funeral party left Maryland the had been a reii- than any leading comparable refngerator .
Thuriday for Sykesvllla,
Survivors Include his wife, dent of Klttlmmee for the put
Holds to 126 Ibs.
urge OILS graduates to apply to this-at one time the Lillian Davit Lcmlev; one ion, where final service were to 30 year. up
largest and broadest educational institution in our Dean Lemley, Columbus, Ohio; be held with Interment follow A devoted church worker,
state. ''. one daughter Mr., Mary Ing In KeysvllI .Cemeter"Kem.r the war a member of the First DELUXE FEATURES! Ice Ejector
Hlnei, Frederlcktown, Ohio 2 Maryland GrieeomFuneral Methodist Church Klitimmee.
If they admit you, the chances are you'll be able lUpioni, Nell Denman Aih.) Home war In charge Survivors include two ttep- Trays with Storage Container! 3 Adjustable .

to make the grade. ley, Ohio and Gerald Denman, of arrangement. eons, Dwight Simmons Great Swing-Out) Shelves!
Gallon, Ohio) one iiitr, Mr. Neck, New York and R. Well
O 1 a d y i Cocanour, Ashland, REV. JOHN O. CAMPBELL Simmons Evanston Illlnoit;
Other Editors Says Ohio; also 13 grandchildren. three deters Mn. August L. PARKSFURNITURE
... Jt'I'.. ,Wn .. .. : Funeral aervlcei.:wen bed, Rev. John pllver Campbell, Saur, Baltimore, Maryland, ,
_........_.. iTInfamous .... at H .'.ra., Friday from ah "76, of'Lourhm.lI'/"membel' .f Mrs Alice Rowbottott Mine, ; : '
'-Tax 3ase Orissom'Chapel.rnh the Rev, a pioneer: CfttrAljnortdi! i. alb L L, New York and Mr,, *' CO.
J, P. Crump, minister of the fly, paiied'awa/Vtarly Wed. Anna B. Pierce, West Palm
Loughman Baptist Church officiating. nesday. Beach. \frminmrnnmmniniiiml! ,
Reprinted from Florida Grower and Rancher Caiketbear were Born September B, 1788, In Funeral services were held Ask about our easy payment terms,
Mettn. 0. V. Head, Hubert Osceola County the ton of at 2 o'clock Monday from the ".WTHMTItJClflKitYsb.e. .
December issue
big trade Ins.
Phillip, Rufus Phlnney, Sonny John Campbell and Elisabeth Grliaom Chapel with the Rev
The celebrated Osceola County tax assessment sit. Redgrave, Murphy Strangeand Hantell Campbell, he wee a
uation, which was carried to Florida's Supreme Court, Duane Watt. Entombment lifelong resident of Oaceola
followed in the mauiole. and Polk counties. The community .
Is still in the news. of Campbell Station
um In Davenport Grlitom Funeral
The court ruled In favor of the county's ranchers Horn wa In charge of wa named for hi* family TIME IS SHORT !
and farmers by declaring that agricultural lands in use arrangement, He wa a retired ministerand
farmer and a member of
as such should be assessed at their true agricultural the Loughman; Baptist Church
value. MAUDE LEE GLASS and Woodmen of the World. FOR THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT .

But Osceola's tax assessor, Wade Lanier, Jr., has Maud Lee Glass, 83, of 110 Survivors Include two sons,
One that lasts
Neptune Road, Xlialmme, Paul L. Campbell, Fairchild throughout the year Send a subscription .
his own ideas about the agricultural value of land, Air Force Base Washington
paved away Tuesday evening
P Recently the county commissioners approved the A native of BUckwater, Va, and Earl 0. Campbell, Lough- to Kisslmmee Gazette.It's .
current assessment evaluations of the tax assessor she moved from Sykeivllle, man. Three brother, Edgar

:I They claimed that the commission had no choice in the Maryland to Klailmme JVi Campbell Campbell, Loughman Davenport,and W.A.R.B. so easy to do ... Just call one of the members of o L

matter, though it is known that individual commission. yean ago. Campbell, Tampa; three sisters the Osceola High Kowboy Band listed below '
She wee a member of the ...
Mrs Llllle
of the doubled and Brock, Boyn-
I era personally disapproved tripled First Methodist Church. Ington Beach; Mrs. Carrie Sul-
even quadrupled evaluation figures placed on agricultural Sur TI l I. ore Include three llvan and Mr. Fannie Henry,
acreage daughter, Mr*. Erdman Wall both Loughman; also 5 grandchildren A Christmas card will be mailed announcing your

I, Cattlemen In Osceola County are becoming Increas both and Klsslmmee Mrs. Boyd and E. Mr Sprinkle. Kenneth ., a host, 7 great of other grandchildrenand relative gift. Do It NOWIFluten i I

ingly infuriated at the high-handed tactics of Lanier. Robertson, Westminister In this area.Funeral ;
i, An analysis of the 1963-64 tax evaluations by a Maryland; five suns, Edgar servloei 1 were held 1
and Elmer Glass, both Klsslm- at 2 o'clock Friday In the Clormett; (
firm of Certified Public Accountants revealed
Sharon '
Paul Glass Smity Trumpet
mee; Emmetaburg Loughman Baptist Church,
only a .02% increase in homestead property; an Increase Maryland Gillie Glass, West- with the Rev J. p Crump of. Potty Powers Kay Dunlay D** Viehmon
of only .26% on business properties; but a minister and Thurston GUss, ficiating Casketbearer were Jon Doviion Delia Carter Paul EvansOboes .I
Baltimore, Maryland; three Mea.,.. Henry CoroI'ond/ '
Carroll George Kirt Hancock
whopping 95.32% increase on agricultural land. t
Jill Stonebraker
stepson, Milburn Glass and Hancock, Alfred Munton Archie .
The CPA firm declared they were hampered In Lloyd Glasi, both Taneytown Munson, 1!. C. Poff and Jan Ribley Vera Campbell Jock Sronebroker ;'
their Investigation by Lanier'a refusal to permit themto Maryland, and Reborn Glass, Rufus Roebuck. Honorary catketbeareri Balloon Diane Branson Danny Haggard
Jonetvllle, Virginia; three ils- were member of Diane Lyons Kenny Lockwood r
examine the
records. ten, Mn. W.D. Young, Glade the Mem Bible Class. Interment Sandra Reed f
Dan LeFevre, representing some of the cattlemen, Spring, Va.t Mr.. Pearl Flan- followed In Oak Hill George Pyl Sue Sherry Campbell French Homu 11

attempted to extract Lanier's formula for the evalua cry and Mr. Ben Newberry, Cemetery Grlssom Funeral Alto SoxophorwuBill RyeCheryl Sheila Oliver I,
both Missouri Home Hartley
Maryvllle ; was In charge of arrangement
tions. When the attorney asked Commissioner L. J. three brother, Fred lilckam *. Ward Lynn Davit Colleen ButhorBorironoi i
Harvey if he was Interested- s were LeFevre's clientsin Beth Portor Pam SnookPercuuioni

disclosing! the formula, he said "I might be and I Maxine Antonucci 1r

might not be." Charles Ogletree t

Another attorney charged Lanier's office with Trombones Ralph Word :
making clerical and computation errors in preparing Craig Tommy Cooper Ann Mel.Hhko. vM
the assessment figures on the Deseret Farms, property tee Allen Joler: Thomas f
Gary Wood
owned by the Mormon Church. Strict Attention Jerre Ann Clock *oyAJoVmon Hunfjmaer Patrick Driver p
All of the attorneys who have been representing

clients in this matter claim that the agricultural assessments The Subscription : continues J..
W* have lone been known through Frida" Dec 11
for the strict *
are discriminatory. Orlando attorney W. J. attention w. give the family' wishes Each Six months 'ZJO; Ono rJ '4.00; Two yean '1.00 Three lit T Subscriptions will be sold et the following' raIn
Steed said the assessments were illegal, and there Rledel conducted It land L 7 ; flan, 000; Fivo Toors, 'IS.00. '

would be no delay in further legal action toward a fair planned to Include those service feature Individually thick are will- be mdUt/Aiaiir I'ond"FM" wUrt'o'"dl.. for ell .." lubscribtrs and 25% 'for all renewal subscribers This :

;:L evaluation. moat Important to the family being served Upon completion of, campaign, the bond iu turned III accompanied .' the payment u

i:, The big question in Osceola county III: "What I is IWIOIIM.s..1 If Ale dividuol prizes it follows mimbirs who have mode the largest dollar volume if salts will bo awarded !in-

J Lanier trying to hide about his assessment procedures ao.M.aawesrlton LARGEST SALES a

?" 2nd LARGEST SAlES...' .. n n ....... ... $5000 :
y Other questions might be, "Why are the County flf 3rd LARGEST SALES n. $ $.00
v Commissioners willing to go along with Lanier" and RlEDEL 4th LARGEST SALES $1500 ai.:

"Why do the voters of Osceola County keep Lanier in awlan.nH.VKI)41.0u1 ..7j BtQIJnt; $J 0.00 e
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precedent being set in this matter Is one that wilt/MMIS elosioA1'IOeN

could play havoc with Florida agriculture. Most tax

assessors have been reasonable in their appraisals of '

agricultural laooU. But if Lanier continues to get away $4/41/1

with exhortitant evaluations, some assessors in other

counties might follow his example when tax money I is

sorely needed.
What happens to what could now be called "The

Infamous Osceol Case" will be carefully watched by

'ail. who ,own farm land, regardless of the county In.


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ii' Kathc Stone to Wed Galloway

: Yes .
-Ii'--. The engagement of Miss
OI Kith Stone, the daughter of #r
Ueorglanna H. Stone and the
l late Forrest B. Stone pioneer
; resident of Maitland, to Tom
I'hillip Gallon?, ton of Mr.
J- and MM, Thomas Kendell Gal
loway of Klsslmrnee, was announced .

On the tirthda: list. this Rule Dab will leave next at a large family heldat
Thanksgiving Day dinner
week Partln, Gin week for th* Panama Canal
are Arcs&
Garette, Klitlmmee, Florida, Dec 10,1964-.Pig* FiveTItOIlJpSOIl Mc:,., Den Gray, Earl Harr Ion where sh* will visit hereon Faith.the Stone's Over 60 home member on Lake of

.rBRIDE.ELECT :.-, Bernard Koima, Phil Kel- families for the
the fathered
I-?, Lottie Olson, Waabeth Lt Col. Ralph W. Smith of oeeaiion.Kathe.
McConnell, Enoch Her.krg, Berftf AFB Austin, Texas 1M4 Rolllni Col.)
-JJI art1l Bruce Partin Julie.** Mile. U visiting hie mother Mrs leg gradual, a In Business Administration .
Russell Edwards, J. A. BaldIng Mary Smith his .I.ter. Mrs, was an active "
Doris Colmer Bob Barrette Avis Qriffen and hi* aunts, member In the Chi Omega
Donna Cliarlene Martin usher Buddy Dawkbta, Joe Mrs Mildred Cheek Mr, h. sorority, a Student Counaelor, ."
daughter of Mr. and Mri. Don The bride won a street Logsdon Haley Duke, Mrs, bel Watkins and Mrs Grace a Chapel and Vespers Reader, MISS KATOE STONE

Martin Orlando, became the length gown of pale blue satin Edgar Class, Lerejp Durden, Lester, treasurer of the Inter-Amerl> ensued
bride of Aubrey Eugene with overbodic and overskirt FETED Roblnett and her mother Geraldine Hubert., Dot Crum, can Experiment and Read of
Thompson Jr., eon of Mrs of lace. Her illusion veil was -Mii Louts Mon Ted Beard, Mrs O. P. John. Gill Brooks SpokeTo the Annie Ruuell Theatre Club, will\ reeelv bachelor'
Mr Bill are shown at the bridal shower given .
Gladys Thompson and A. E. held of seed eon, Mary Lasseter, Ed Black Makeup Crew. After a two degree In Electrical EngineerIng
by a crown for Miss Robinette. (Photo by Eby)
Thompson Kiislmmee, In the pearls. day Edward Fennel) Jr. Phil Phillips Junior Women month European trip with from the University of
First Christian Church of Orlando Helen Bass, John Drew several college friends, she Florida In April 1966.! H* war
Friday. The reception Riven by Mrs Bride-elect Given Shower Monday Spencer, Lois Gehrett, James Bra Gill Brook was the returned to begin a career In on the Freahman Basketball
Th Rev. Robert Shannon J. F. Harris and Mrs George Hunter, ROM G, Moor, Arth guest speaker at the meetingof merchandising on the JordanM Team at Gainesville before
officiated at the 6:30: p.m. Alexander was held In the A wedding shower was given Betty Campbell, Bonnie Bowen ur Lanier Best wishes to each the Junior Woman' Club. a r i h Executive Training participating In a operative
Harris home. Esther of She spoke on the Fin Art \Program training program with Florida
ceremony Monday at the home of Mrs Joanie Murphy you.
Mrs. Don Winslow was matron The couple, upon their return D. J. Baker for Louis Robin. Dulgar, Floyd Bronson Patsy The calendar I II quickly) fillIng and particularly the theater Tom a member of the Beta Power Corporation
horn from their wedding and drama In Central Floridaand Theta PI fraternity and the The couple! plane a late
and Walter Alderman
of honor rite, whose marriage to Donald Taylor and Misses Vicky up with all aorta of programs
served as best man. trip to the West Coast, will Drummond will be an Johns, Brenda Smith Jean parties and gale forth this community, University of Florida Ski spring wedding.
the background
She then told
Winslow end Rick Martin live at 729 N. Westmoreland of 22 Williams Elaine Yeager, Patsy .. If
Don event January at the holiday aeason. you are of the play, ''Th.
brother of the bride, were Avenue.BlanlonKlemm. First. Baptist Church. Co-host Ann Robinette, Roberta not up on all of them be sure Elves and the Shoemaker,"

eases were Mrs. Georgia Taylor Dormlny, Sutann Lockwood to check with our electronic which was presented by member SPECIALIDEAL
Mrs. Mary Romack and Charlene Taylor Sherlle 11111 secretary each day for what of the Harlequlnadi'M., EXTRA
I Mrs. Christine Hill. and Brenda Bush all of KliImmee li going on. You night also Each child Interpreted his

Guests Included the bride- ( use this method of giving m* own feelings for the part he FOR THEHOLIDAYS
elect her mother, Mrs. Bill the of holiday
Also Mrs Patijr Crisp Mrs names your played as there were no writ.
The Flirt Baptist Churchwas Harriett Ross, matron of Robinette, Mrs Carl Drum. Donna and guest or your plan for the ten lines The young actors
the scene of the weddingof honor, wore a gown of pink mond and Mmes, Ora Wells, Myrlene Taylor holida,.. Her number U B47 ranged In age from S to IS
Miss Chalotte Ann Klemm, chiffon over taffeta and car. Ruby Chltwood Jean Haggard Arlene Farris of Orlando 2883, year.

daughter of. Mr and Mrs ried white carnations. The Lt. CoL and Mrs. T. 8. Oli During the business session

Claudo Klemm of Pittsburgh, bridesmaid Sandra Murphy, Friendship Club Eastern Star to ver, Jr., who have Just returned which followed the memberspresented
Pa., and Donald Edward Elan- wore a gown of blue taffeta from a tour of duty In small wrapped gifts
ton, IOn of Mr. and Mrs. Chester with which she carried pink Meets ThursdayThe Hold PartyOn France, are visiting his parents which will\ be taken to the : ] 388
Blanton November 7. carnations Mr. and Mr, T. 8. 011. children at 8unland Training 388L 1
Rev. R. V. Kauffman officiated Charles Blanton, brother of December meeting of Friday at 7:30: p.m. a ver. Their nest assignmentwill Center for Christmas. Each
at the double ring cere the groom, served as best man. the Friendship Club will be cosmetic and gift party will be be at Patrick Air Force member was also reminded of
mony. Mrs. Cecil Tyner was Ushers were Bruce Sullivan Thursday, Dec. 17th 1ISO: p.m, held at. the horn of Mrs Base, the coming birthday of 8 year .
organist Edward Murphy and Richard at the Episcopal Church pa. Stanley Anthony 10 Lilly Mary (Mri. Albert) Rogers old Debbie at Sunfand. WHILE .,
Given In marriage by her Mclaughlin.A slab house The program will Street. Underwent surgery last Tuesday A display of Christmas decorations THt1T
father the bride chose a street reception was held In the feature a bell choir All Eastern Star and their at the Orange Memorial made by members of ftlY s ,
length gown of lace over satin, church hall where Mrs. George Members are reminded to friends are Invited.Railroaders. Hospital.Mr the. Kisilmmee Garden Club LAST F 1t lA1T
scalloped at the hemline. Her Colburn and Mrs. Tom Campbell bring a gift for a child wrap. and Mrs, Wayne Im- was ihewn.
elbow length veil of Illusionwas served. ped and tagged, telling the Party body of New Bloomington
attached to a crown of They are now making their age, and whether for a boy or Ohio are In town for a coupleof
crystal. She carried a white home at 2214 Drake Drive girl The annual meeting of the weeks on a business trip. ST. (LOUD HOTEL U TO 30 CUP AUTOMATIC

Bible topped with an orchid. Orlando. Reservation must be mad St. Cloud Railroad Club will Mr. and Mrs W R, Me.Clamrocli Sf. Cloud, Florid
by Tuesday noon, Dec. 16th, be held at the St. Cloud comm arrived last weekend .
Intercession City News with Mr*. Erford Wood, 847- u nit y house Wednesday from Crawfordsvllle, Indiana SUNDAY DINNER COFFEE MAKER
2769. when the election of officer to spend the winter I
will be held.A John Milton and Elisabeth |er>U| tsar II em 'Hi I *.
to Visit box luncheon will be Bovli of Atlanta were guest $450
I Behymers
Mary Slim merlin served at noon, followed by last week of his parents Mr,
Meeting Held the business meeting and elec and Mss Adrian Bovli. PARTIN JEWELER'SPHONI
Relatives in OhioMrs. tim-- Kate Knox li leaving thli
A..sic case W ItUct I'M*.
Th Mary Summerlin Circleof A Christmas program li being weekend for Spokane, Washington Rtlea ..i ene, a well, / SMSed
the First Methodist Church planned and an exchange where she will visit lard, ultth served In reel.! end
D. G. Owlett reporter The Rev and Mrs H. T. was entertained Monday at the of gift will be held. her son Bob and his family for c_..... 1e surrmineliif. KISilMMIl
Mr. and Mr. Edward Cum. Roe of Orlando were caller home of Mrs. Irlo Bronson several week,
berledge of Louisville, Ky., in town last Saturday after. -
with Mri. M. M. Overstreet as Paulk's Observe
Mr. and noon.
have been visiting
Mrs. Behymer. When they go The Christian and Missionary Anniversary
home, the Behymer's will Alliance announces that Christmas music war presented _
accompany them; and then go the Rev and Mrs T. H. Gad by Mrs, Prator Gilbert Mr. andMrs.J.ckPsulkcelbrat .
to Cinclannttl!, Ohio to visit die will be conducting the The program "Well a Little their Golden Wedding
services for the monthof More Time", was presented by
their children and other relatives Sunday anniversary Sunday with Open ;
the local Mr. Earl Clark.Refreshments.
after Christmas December In -w
until House at their home, 303
when a grandson from Clear. church. A good attendancewas were servedto Cypress, from 2 to <4< o'clock.
water will bring them home. reported lest Sunday Mmes. Lula Beauchamp The Paulk moved to Kit-
We are happy with the lie. All are Invited. Lull Grove, Neva Langley, simmer hi 1926 from Cottonwood -
hymerMthat 'Wey)( 'carv 'tak* 1 '''MH '>nd Mrs Refuse Loscbhavrrome John Sample, Philip Smith, W Alabama where they ''i
the trip and visit their fame to their trailer on R. Wels, Oda Boyer Earl had mad their horn
ilies. Hope StreetA Clark and Miss Dora Mitchell. They have two children a
Mrs. Nellie Ramsey has number of local people son, A. J, who lives In Orlando ,
com to spend the winter with attended the Free Methodist and a daughter Doris
her stepdaughter, Mrs Edna Church for the special services Boy Scouts Held Varnadore of Leesburg; three

Kamhout on Charity Street. Sunday, Court of HonorBoy grandchildren and two great
The Misses Elsie! Wells,
was a s.f/r
Mrs. May Sprague grandchildren mM.e
Sunday afternoon caller at Stella and Ethel Mitchell of .. b.
the D. Lee Owlett home Wayne County, Pennsylvaniaare Scout Troop 293, ipon- r- v, Mr
The Rev. and Mr. I. K. guests at Da,'* Motel. cored by the Elk Club, held a
Blowers have returned aftera Mr. and Mr*. Dow Jonesare Court of Honor at. which time J., n "hr
few week In Pennsylvania. back to run the Da,'* 35 advancement and 100 ri-jII-
Forty-five local folk attend. Motel for the winter award were given. Ai
ed the missionary meeting In They an planning a Christmas NAPKINS '. J1\

vissimmee Fr Metbodi't Bangle Day SlatedIn party for the scouts and COASTERS& 0! t*
church last week to hear the their families to be held December .
Rev Merlin Bidwell and wife Osceola County 23 at 4:80 at the stout .la ICJ
who are former residents. hut. Also In the plan for December
They have served on the It- The 4.11 Clubs will hold li a trip to St. Augustine BROS.
land of Mlndano, the second their annual Bangle Day, Saturday .
largest of the Philippine Islands December 12th In KIsslmmee .
for the past three years. and St. Cloud. Each
Mrs. Carolyn Winslow a year the 4-H boy and girl
missionary from Formosa and do their bit to help the T B Millions of People Use

well known here, wa well re Association by distributing
In the downtown NIAGARA ClCLO-MASA! : For
their bangle
ceived. She served in China
before It was closed to missionary sections of each town. What kind of a tiger do you want under your hood (Have you priced a tiger lately

labors but war finally The Shingle Creek Eiplor-
forced to be;evacuated when era 4-H Club will be stationed Ache & Pain Tension If you'r handy with a whip and their, go lot the >! .r.p 6TO It bit.: *, Bui Then,even the JlS-hp r t'tej.! II ycj Quick Wld-Trick Tlpzrs

Communist power took con. at the Sunrise Shopping Cen Circulation Muscle. SpaainHIKE >> wnUillghl1yiriorc.vt.l/tptliaobu1wlthlottolUbTOmu: cltrythUMniYcu' ) :*n gel it with in' of Pontiac U Mint A
ter. St. Cloud member will ithr ol two V-e*.They ill h.w.bucket seats. ,Carpeting.And cost less then torn tame sU, w gc prl;* a Ugr. UIUIM
trol.The December meeting of meet at ':30 a.m. a the Citi-
the Woman' Christian Temperance tens National Bank and work THI sew ONNtVHU,erne 60,entree MM,"CAtAUMA.MASS.ere AHO tlUMlr' Af KM AWfMOMIIO' PONtIAC MAlM.

Union convened In the until after noon. Kisilmmee limit DLMO.NSTIUTIO.N
Wesleyan Methodist Church member will meet at Central These 8t. 0..4 2.2116 M .rite P.O. Ate 12'16, MeIl4oo ROONEY PONTIAC BUICK, INC.
during the past week. The School at 9 a.m. and will work
pre.ld.nt-Mi. Mildred Over- all day S 1409 Ii. MAIN STRUT _._ KISilMMIl, HORIOA. .. .._----!.
rein presided, leading in the ---

flag salute Mrs. Graft Hoffman .lIrs.11'illiams' "
conducted the devotons. "
Interesting Items concerning To Be HonoredMrs.
the advance of drinking of Select
alcoholic beverages, were read Jerry Longbrake and new
by the Rev. and Mrs. J. II.Mornlngstir. Mrs. Edgar Padgett will entertain your = ;
Mrs Albert at an open house Sunday
Nichols, and Mrs. Keeling. afternoon from I to S,
One stetting Item wa that an honoring Mrs. Frances Williams
appropt'fttion' of 15000.00 ha* on her (1st birthday
been mad for the cost of providing The reception will be heldat
liquor at government Mr*. Williams' home 104
function*-th* first such appropriation. Dellwood Drive. All friend
are invited.
General ElectricFilterFlo@Washer

Recital Planned
Monday night at 8 p.m. Mia '
Myrtilla flesh will present a
group of her piano students In u cAiNGSLO .
recital in the junior high audi -J
Toe following will partlei-
Patti: John Overstreet. Gregg ? hereget
Blain Michael Wallis Martha
Session, Pan Loekwood, DOBy w. sptdelln II J" Midi.MEmii .
Bass, Becky Frake. Donald 'AU MALL y

Seville Winnie Wood or. 11 fro P. ..
Wanda Paulk, Scarlett Hodso

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Service of Consecration Scheduled Sunday

I Methodists Congratulated on Fellowship Hall OpeningWe

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ORLANDO,FLORIDACongratulations. TO BE CONS'ECRA-TED-Th'new Fellowihlp Hall of the First Methodist Church'Will b.coniecrattd Sunday morning by Bishop I COOUNG,HEATING i ELECTRIC SERVICE KISSIMMEE
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Bishop James Henley to Watchtower Kissimmee Elementary School News

Consecrate New Building Convention Christmas Music to

Bishop James W Henley of This \\cck Highlight P-TA Program

the Florid Conference of
Jehovah'. witnesses f.m,
Methodist Churches will be
Gatette. Kusimmeo lorida, Dec. 10,1964-Pag* Seven the principal speaker and con. Florida Circuit S are..icnttaing I It? Pegfy Bradbury Orl.... Rttkard Reagan has
in Kisslmmee thi \H' II
moved t* Bfct City
duct tilt onaocration ten *
.,, The monthly meeting of theKisslmm.e
tor their
three itluimel
day Mr*. MaHUnd Koonce'sfifth
of UM new fellowship hall at
Orange Gardens EUmmtary PTA
Jottings at the Tupprwar, II"rot grade Seek a field
the 11 am service Sunday Rill be held Thursday, December tripto
Tattles Auditorium The Ut : obm of leave
morwinff.H top** and
10, at the Lmwtawm
'Is Ethical a Sect?' T. .Hwren will be Norton aasisted, by dlitrktMtperinteftdeflt Rev, gates, and are represent from 19\ tl conitnnaHunt Cvnttal at 7:SO. they part of are pleats making. In booklet adcnc,

of the Orlando Florida cltlen This 1 I. the annual Christ- about plant, For a Christmas
Topic of DiscussionVan tItriet. The meeting I I. lfIOIIaored by nut program and the. music art project, the entire class
A public Inspection and tout the Watchtower Bible and under the dtrwtlwt. of will i I I become angel this
of tie new building will be Tract Society of New York Mr Jan Donahu. Principal should be Interesting.
Held ported mad fallowing the tervlot The meeting will open Fri. REV. JESSE WALLER Louis Feuertln urges everyone Boy and girl In Mr.. Peggy .
improved and
retting .
The EtMNl Fellowship Society comfortably. and a fried chicken dinner will day evening at 11:4&: p.m with I* speak Sunday to be present Dridubury'i level five
held the Sunday evening Mill Louis Drise tl, and be served by members of the SOURS and expepieno' At Principal Feuertteln attended room are learning the joy of
meeting in the home of Mr. brother, Mr. Paul Driceell of Friendship Clan at 12:30.: 7:IS pro. a model ministry Rev. Waller to a two day statewide conference sharing at Christmas Urn.
and Mn. James B. Stambaugh Erie, Pennsylvania have come The new unit hat been tan school will be conjMted under of EU-nvenUry" Scoh olrl'lnl'lpall They are collecting toy to betaken
6M George Street. An address, to spend the winter at liU ttructed at the con of f 101,- the direction of Mr. Ssls Speak Sunday which wa held at to the Fir Departmentfor
'II Ethical a Sect." by Jer- Orange Blvd 000. It it of masonry and Demonstration v.4U be given the Cherry Plaaa In Orlan O. Santa to use. One bulletin
om Nathanson, was presented Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brldger steel with brick facing and to Improve uno'i ability a* a Christmas holiday begin board I is turned Into a fireplace .
Rev Jest Waller former
to the group by Dr. George who have been visiting Mrs. contain a fellowship hall kit. minister through 'Progressive when school lets out Friday, and a* each child bring
Speech Training pastor of the First Methodist December 18. Pupil\ will return In his he to hangup
E Beauchamp. An Interesting Bridger's sister, Mrs. H W. then Mage, two dressing toy get
Church and district
discuMion followed Delicious Wunt and Mr. Wurst, have room, rest room and five Saturday afternoon the wit. now superintendent January 4, a stocking on the fireplace
refreshment were served by returned! to their home In classrooms BISHOP JAMES HENLEY senses will taptii new ....ndl.dRtC'1 of the Jacksonville Report card fr grade The class will take the toy to
the hostei Erie, Pennayl I cads. The The hall can ba divided Into of .oundproof folding doorA for the ministry. The district, will be the guest four, five and lilt ffo home the Fir Department next
Mr. John Hilgo three classrooms witnesne well known fortheir speaker at the evening servicehere this Thursday Parent please week
returned Brldger report that they arrived with the use special sound system Ins al-o are
from Miami, where she home to a city of Ice- been Installed complete with ms baptism a* well Sunday, according to the sign and return promptly to Student from other room
three week with her a their uncumpromWflC. etandon Rev, B. B. William. school\ who wish to contribute toy
pent coated trees and *now-c vered wall jack for future educational .
sister, Mrs Arthur Nielsen street Esther Circle to television use Dibl principlt'! Following the T o'clock .ervloe Michael Judd I II a new .t u. for his worthy project ar*
and Mr. NMson. Entertain. a reception will be held in dent In Mr. Vivian Drlnson't asked to bring them to Mr*.
Mrs Helen! Wichmann has Hold Meeting The kitchen, one of the out. Saturday evening at 7 p.m.,
men t Included play-going, asked us to express her thank landing feature of the build. Mr. Saia' will show a witness the fellowship hall. fourth grade lie came from llradhury'i room
among the plays, "My Fair to the Cancer Cresting Worker The Bather Circle of the Ing, has ceramic tile walls, produced film "Proclaiming I
Lady" and "Sound of Music;" for the gift which they First Presbyterian Church will quarry tilt floor and I.I furnished 'Kverltt.tiiiK Good News'
and dining out, including a presented to her She says meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the with the latest In ataln- Around the \\orld" The pub. DIVIDED
festive evening at the Fon- that it Is only with the help of home of Mr*. J. Aubtey HHde- lea steel equipment, Includinga He Is particularly 'Invited to 3 STORAGE GIANISIZECOOKTOP
tainebleau. all the willing worker thatit brand in Cypress Shore dishwasher, team table and view this two-houf terhnlrolor
The Orange Gardens welcome i It possible to carry on the Devotion will be led by Mr*. built In oven. Serving window film
mat is out to Dr. and work. Mn \\lchmann and Norman G. Krlrbel a program open Into the hall for Sunday' afternoon at S p.m., DRAWERS OVEN !
Mr*. Thomas J. Dredge, who Mr. Martha Faulk were honoree of Christmas mimic will be quick, efficient service. Mr William J. Colgate, iwal:
are Lack In their new homeat at a co-meeting cf The presented by Mm Edith Spencer The new china, .aervlc and presiding ministerwill Introduce .
1715 Grantee Blvd. to be Cancer Dressing Worker and and a Christmas story by cooking war I Is being furnished Mr. Sal* who will five a
permanent resident They The Pine Needle Craft Clan Mr. John L. Summer by the member of the public talk entitled, "Our \PI
come from Cambridge, Maryland on Thursday of last week, In Mr*. William C. Dow will be Woman' Society of Christian vMedoild., Is It Her To '
where Dr. Dredge who the Orange Garden Community co-hostess Service and an automatic 200 Stay" HI-SPEED RANGE
1* a psychiatrist, wa* clinical) House. The gift U Mr*. cup coffee maker will be given All session are open to the
director at Eastern Shore Wichmann was In appreciation by the member of the Wetly- public and no collection will
State Hospital. lie also held a of her faithful work a* chair. Jicthany CircleTo an Service Guild. be token
similar position In New Jersey man of the group Th Pine. Meet MondayMrs. Here's real convenience
for many year. Mr. needier showed appreciationto
at a thrifty price!
Dredge I i. painter of Mr Faulk ,
a considerable by honoring her Lyle Ribley and Mr. FREE FREE
activity. She studied birthday with a gift. Mr. Harold Hall will present a j e Big 23* Manta Every Broiler
at the Art Student Leaguein Faulk I I. instructor of the Pin
New York. It I I. nice to have Needle Art Cia"". Christmas meeting of the program Btthany at Circleof the T"n.lumr color films a Eiiy Set Oven and Appliance
Timer, Minute Timers
them settled here.Also the United Presbyterian ".'ItOCI.UII'E'ERLASTI: : ; : (; OOU
at 1731 Janet St.,
new Pushbutton Control
are Mr. and Mr*. Walter Cole- PaddlevhcelOpens Church Monday night at 8 In M\\; S' AIUHM) Tim WOILI)" Inspiring! !
the educational building.CHURCH s Full Length Fluorescent Light
men They come from Loraln, Educational! Tlil film ruC'lat'llnln jour life.It .
Ohio. Mr Coleman recently e 7 Clean Eaiy Future*
retired after serving a* treat- SoonThe OP GOD TO may' surprise and tu'arlle you, hut it will
urer for forty-three year at HOLD RUMMAGE SALE stimulate and atrrngthrn your faith In (;tosL! "

the Cleveland Empire Varnish, Ohio. Companyof Welcometo opening date of Kis..lmmee's The Church of God will hold. Come and bring, your friend! Fast, Flitnehsil
a sale Saturday, December
Orange Garden newest restaurant, rummage
Mr. and Mr. Archie) Ro the Paddlewheel Steak House, 12, beginning at 8:30a Saturday., Ih-rrmbrr 12, 7tO() P.M.
had a* their guest on Sunday will be announced b e for* m. across from the Grey* llonir Parties Amlltnrluml'ruclu11 t d PARKSFURNITURE
Mr. and Mr.. W. D. Murphy Christmas, according to Art hound itation. | |
of East Syracuse, New Logsdon, o w n e r. ContractorK. They are also planning a Ity Watch Toner Society
,York, Mr. Julia Klelber and C. Moore, Jr. has announce Christmas Play to be presented Color by Technicolor CO.
Mrs Julia Austapachuk of ed the final stages of conitruction at 7:30: December 18, according
Orlando.Mr. are under way and to the minister, Rev MODEL J'426
Andrew Weakley, who the restaurant and lounge on M. D. Alderman. The public I I. FREE: IHKI( : : our my payment terms
I I. in a local hospital I la re Main St. will soon be open. Invited.

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Th. 0...... Klaelmme, Florida.. Dec. 10 1W4 of I. .. s/Ots Ha.iii vlvlnj eaotiae of M H. Porter d*- herein aaetnat yea I*
Pai Wflit- 1ff"1 ;\I"r. seed; Get Greater With ceaaefl: aaa *ay and all peraon .ntltled el.** I la tke i&boU Christian Science
ti = ;fitf Impact claimingany rlsrht title or IB the Clrk oFth* Clrcelt.
... tenet In and "o the property rllJor Po a.Oo a Society
Legal Notice lM.=tA.Cl rbI.' "i.t:"'IAe 1if. Polk Gazette Classified DisplayReal hereinafter CoBnty d*. irlbd., Florid located AND liOooMla *. PicnIc Court, OB HOB orWor** la*KlaalBvme the .cut Each Wednesday, I fJ .

o Xiubty, riorfda. on tk* llth day TO ALL WHOM IT..Ay CON day of :a= AD. lOll ant Ml N. Randolph
" Tn CpIE1flToS N U110 ot December IM4. for approval C'Ir.1I' to *.rv* of each anawer Snnday Service; 11 ..
I. ... Dent .f ... v....,. JU(5. AJ\RIIj:. 'VIrX: of the Mm and for final 41*. half (N ) of the or defence upon Thacker and -
DeMu.4. chare a* Ancillary ".cutor of Northeast (fOOtlOBll.jP Ill or Thckr. plrlntlff* '. *. Sandsy School IM: &..
1r.M' m1 .f 'fl.rc 'l'fi (ffitIilThReO the eetate of Haael I. Albrteht Estate for Sale _". 11 huth, who** address I* Poet Offlo Box
1 ? A'dtrri' *. XiA.T */k/.. Nasal B. Albrecht. decea Ran. II IDaIt': 117. XlMlnn/ **. Florida, on or
Jeo...... $, ANt' 1.L .d. CLASSIFIEDAD All that part of the Southwest before laid Cats, a* required by
tga. tl.. PERIONI HAVINO CLAflIC on 11th day of November, NEW FIVE bedroom country quarter ((IWU of the North law.' If yon fall to do BO, a deere
To all Creditor, will Factory Fresh
IEMANDN uil.l. at oonfeuo b* entered
AGAINIT SAID 1D8. Florl quarter (NB (4) 9ini pro
tribute**, and all Penon )IftVflClstmi aald. : TATE Richard Campbell home. Three bath with RATES But of the sHinehlne Itat agaInst you for tOte relief demanded RUSSELL STOVER

or Droand agalnet YOt/ AND RACK OP TOO are Ancillary Executor of the da room and central heat Dou. Parkway, |*ctlon TownihlpM In the Complaint.WITNBM "
Eat&t.i} hre- hereby notified and reoulred to Mtate of nasal I. Albrceb. Available adjoin. 5 cent per word, beth, Rene ll'Eat, am my hand a* Clerk of ::,:n: Candies
You and aeh of you *r* :: bl* carport
present any claim or ./kHuel B. Albrecht minimum .76 All that part of the Northwest said Circuit. Court and the eeal of
by nolined and required to pr* InrO'n' term. 847MM. Klnlmme Oeceola Sell BB.. ..
either of you may DeceleadBTRAUOHPI In* acreage. 119,500 quarter (NW Kaut of aid Court at lalv/
Sent any claim which you flnt, or the .*..t. of I'..rll. T Bryan. 8HARIT At Classified Diaplay (without the smnshln 'Vlat. Parkway County Florida, on this let day St. Cloud Hotel
either of you, may have deceaaad deceaeed. lat* of Oaceola County KALOORlblffAttorney Section It. Townahlp Si ffouth.NolfcB of December 1M4
the susie of Betty O. PatiO Florida, to the County Judge 01 I border): centered 8 daet. GLENN EAT ...." Chop
I.t. of Ocole Judge County of aid county at Ole office In theCourthotias IH Macnolla Avenu* REDUCED FOR qulek eal*. point lines count al 4 IB HEREBY GIVEN Clerk of th* Circuit Court,
: rllu to .the the' at Kiepimntu., Florida Winter Haven Florida i iota St. Cloud. that Plaintiff hv Initltuudult Occeola County Florida
office linn
hi In building count
II point
at Nice wordei
Florlda within' six calendar month Nov. It, I*, Dec. I. 10, 1114 aaalnit you In the above Thacker end Thacker SAND .
Court House at Klwlmme calendar month from the dat of the first publl SO x 100, f 400. 75 :s 100 HM II 6 words; 18 point line Court to Quiet Tltl In the Plaintiff Attorney for PlaintiffKlaalmme ROCK
within ate cation of this notice. Bach claimor IN' THE: 'CIRCUIT 117 Broadway to the above described< *. Florida I MORTAR MIX
from th* date of the tint publi.eStlon demand must In writing TUB NINTH. IT Nelson Realty, eouat an I word., 24 point oP Vsu hereby to. I, 10. IT, tl, lIlt
of thin Nolle' Bach wrltlnir claimor and must Mate th.b plo I of realdence or TOtE JTAT8_ OOUflJtI.. 8478098. UIIM MMutt at II wordi. :: 'tr:4'dtha"n( .t'.r:, tile. STEEL & WInE MESH
demand must .b* In of of the claimant and tnu.tb IN AND Foil Y: your written dfnaea on or b. IN THE
and must stale claimant Ih lice and moat ye.dunce ; sworn to by the claimant, hi. CIIANCfRl BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY PHONE $47-1881 for December II 1114 with the COUNTY JUDGES COURT,
of the igent or attorney or the same )'IID..Tl HOMBl, INC. above Court and copy
claimant hi* OBCEOLA
b* sworn to by the the *am. will become void according to a Florida corporation, Beautiful 3 bedroom DEADLINETL'ESDAY thereof on tk. ..Iorm"d Attornsy NO.IN .
or .
agent or attorney ft. under roof. or Decree Pro Confe*** .
: Plaintiff home 8800 iq. a
void acoordln to I.filll' RK.: ESTATE OF
will becom NOON
lid of Nov.m. be
the day will t
'- taken r
\ cgalnat you.
the I.w.Thl. of November. ber. 1064. IT W JONES and MARION Two car Range, It acres almost WITNK0H: my hand and anal of JOE DeceiuenOTICH K. JOHNSTON. Jr r

n&t. the tllh /day e, OKKK: BRYAN WHEF.LEH: hELEN: : JONES, his I wife, In heart of city, US mo. th. above Court at Klaalmme, \ TO rntniTona.

/./ Kvlyn P Hoolehan Jene l>*fendnt. bile home potential 'Income (wreola County Florida, this TO ALA CRRPITOKH, LEOA-
Jlrll..f\: : t* Batata of No tilt spices Real Estate for Rent November 10 I I'M.ICIKCUIT TEES DlaTTRinCTBia AND 00 @
Executrix of the Relate I'earll. T lirjan deceased >OTI H OK St IT $3,000 per month. Good cifk'RT; SEAL) ALL. PItRIIONII HAV1NO CLAIMS
of Betty O raulk, Murray W. O".racr..t. Jr. TUB: STATE Of KIXJHIUATO. terms available C. H. Lucas, OLHNiN RAT OH DRMANUB AGAINST SAID
deceaaed. Attorney for Executrix : K W. Jonea and Marlon TWO, ONE bedroom apart. Clerk of the above Court EUTATE. KISSIMMEETRANSIT.MIX
IO. Box ItO Helen Jones. hi. wit., I Iwho. Broker. 1110 K. Main, Klssim By Eleanor O. Jower UC.
You and each of here
Nov. It. Deo. I, 10, IT. lIst KlMlmmee, FloridaNov. .. residence I. unknown mee, Phone 8474303.NEAR mtnU. Available for season Phillip R. Kelley by notified and required you are to
24. Dec I. 10, IT, 111 YOU ARE HJEHE'BY REQUIRED Lakeekle Motel A Aptrtmenti I'oat Offloe ItoK IOU any claims which pry'Sent
TO FILE your annwer or written (II Rant Monument Av.) you or Phone
Notice of 1.1..".. t. Mk defensea, If any', In the above Phone 8474014. Klaalmmea, Florida either of you, may have against : 847.3524DODGE
th eatat Joe Johoetondecsaued
Appliratles far t..1 Diseharie Iro.tdlnlf with the Clerk ot NEW Nov. le. I*. Dec a, 10, lilt late of of Oiceol E .
I. Hel K>lt* .( this Court, and to *rrv* a copy FOR RENT or .al -Clean, on. Florida' County of
to th
PIZZA nn'/Kli HAZEL H.U. ALKRivvri. /k/a thereof, whim upon th name* Plaintiff I and address atlorney HIGH SCHOOL bedroom trailer on large pri. NOTICE N'UTITIOC8TO :; { aid county at* County hla office Judge In thaCourthoues

ALUHECHT.Itoeraaed appears' herron on or before the vat lot, big porch. Quiet neigh .t Kienlnmnmce, Florl!.

FREEZETTB TO ALL WHOM IT MAV CO:*. Itlh day of December: 1084. 2 bedroom CB home. Fla. room borhood. Call 8472947. ALL WHo IT da from, within the date six of calendar chI first months publication .
thla proceedingIcing CONCBKVNOTKK )
of MAY
(Eits The nature :
DRIVE-IN Notice Is hereby given that I a suit! for forecloaur on a and utility room. Carpor. l. HKHKHV I.HKXtht of thla notice Each olalm
have filed my final report a* mnrtK*** on the following d*. Well landscaped lot. Can be FURNISHED COTTAGE, UtlItlei pursuant to the 'Tlctltlou or and demand munt the b* In writing.
Ancillary Ktecutor of the .etate crllird real property' lyini and purchased for cash con. 9000. Trailer ipace, Name tlutut," Section Its.01 ot mont of atate plac of realdene
or on the claimant and must
t.lnaIn Uiecoli County, Florida, the loll Florida Btatutfi, the
tract. $500 down and $70 month 1250. Lakefront trailer space, undersigned who are the only b* sworn to b>' the. claimant' his BUILDSTOUGH
";;:;; ;,' the NW corner ot Lot 0. '8500. $2500 S & R Pawn Co., Hwy p.rtln Int.rnt.d In the h.reln. agent will become or attorney void, or Ih* >.m< I
SALES &: SERVICE Hendon lurk Ituhdlvl.lon Sec.a after named buoInese enterpris.mill according-
| 441 at Overpass, .....
II ..,.
ownvlp 10 0. anae .re.. t oroor of publication
Radio and Electrical Appliances lint! a* recorded In I'lat Book CANTERBURYTERRACE of thl Nolle and ,e.llI.rwllhthe Thla, the lilt day of Novem. -
I. pace II II of the Public THREE ROOMS and ahoweUtllitlea Clerk of the Circuit Court oOncrola her, 6hrM
Complete Home urnlshlngs Iteuiril of cisc.ol. County, furnished except gas County. Florida, the tic'tuba. / ROE R JOHNSTON
Florida. Run 40' 8 II* 'unlvmal 8 .tmCo Immaroe 8. Johnston
PARKS W, thence III' 0 61 degree Hto 2 bedroom 1 bath CB home with Nicely furnished and clean, .," under which they *nKKd Executrix. of time Ental of
Klanlnini.StCIoud ;: II: Johnaton deceased
I'OH. Thence 60' H II d* quiet Close In. 21 Central 847. In bu"lne at 14 8tw
rrec.. K. thence N Is degree den, screened porch, carport art Av*., Kl.nlmm.., Oncolfounty '" Murray W. Overatreet. Jr.
K IU4' thence N II de>rea W and utility room. On large corner 4509. Florida, this. IT day ofNovemlcr Attorney I'. O Itox for fiGKI..lmm. Executrix TRUCKSRiedel
10' thence 8 II degrees W 104'to A U 1164
point of heiclnnlnf. All land lot. Terms $500 or more FIVE ROOM house completely! MIC CHARLKfl R WHITE .., Florida

bum. a; part of Ixit I ant ItIlendon 10 down and $79.00 per month .t tu r n I 11 h. d. No pet,. $60 Nov. II, M, U.c. I, 10, 18' Nov. II, SI, Dec. t, 10, 1H4M

RANCH GROVE I Township Park Ii Subdlvlalnn H Range See.Kaat 6% Interest. Don't mien thin month. Phone 847-2050. > ....( TO tHKHITOHl.

oaceola County Florida. one NOTICE UNER FICTITIOUB I. tk. ( o.rt .f. tk* ( ...<, Judge,
this llth day of November, I.... ORANGE GARDENS overnight rooms Kitchenette TO ALL Wlt( MIT WILLIAM H. COWLEY }I
Circuit Court Heal apartment and trailer apace MAY CONCKKNKOTKH : Deceaaed. j

EARL MURPHY CL.K1IK OLKNN: HAY CIRCUIT COURT 8 bedroom 2 bath CB home on Highway!! 441. Phone 847-434. that punuant I* IIKIIKHY to. the "Klotltlou I.MF.V To all Crrdltora Ltgateei, tile.tcilutneu 21 EMMETT sr.GREEN'S .

Ii,. /a/ Xlarjorl n Hay extra large lot. Fla. room A. 0. BurrlsiFURNISHED. Name IIt.tute." Section Kioi ot Claim and all: Persona having al3
Owner Marry M. Hobbs T.V, room full dining room the lOll Florida Statutes. theunder.iin.d Estate: or Demand agalnat I
for Plaintiff
Attorney who are the only
Oils Madlnon Street drapes, refrigerator, freeie. DOWNSTAIRS part let Int..reat.d' In the hereInafler You and each of you art here Kord.MITM, B.! & washer apartment Reasonable rent.' named buninens enterprisewill by notified and required to pre.
Phone 847.3821 I No" n, II. ti... a. 10. nu er and range 2 :alr-condltloners oven, In. 604 S. Dilllngham. Inquire 203S. thl preient Notice proof and of renltr publicationnf with cent either any of you claim, may which hove you agalnet, or FUEL

'H Vn II-VI''O eluded. Exceptional Value. Seua Clyde or call 847.3013 after the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the eatat of William H Cowley
In the Iroult Court ot the Ninth 5:00 o'clock. OncfoU County Florida, the tic. deoead, lale of Oaceola County SALES &: SERVICE
POST OFFICE BOX 14S KISSIMMEE, FLA. Judd Iii Circuit: In and for Coun. for karma 20500. tltlou I "Oiceola' Forre." Florida, to th. Counts Judge of
ty of Oai-eola, Stats of Florid' under Wr.'lh:: are engaged Inbunlnen aid County at his ofYlc In, the Phone 847-4171--847-4172
In Chancery No. 1714 JOHN LAKE CECILE Articles for Sale .* at North Orange Bio. Court. House at Klailmmv, ,'Iorl.d. Klsslmmeo
eVENt Plaintiff. V*. 1OUJ8BHYKKH. sum Trail, Klenlmmee, OnceoU within six calendar months
J. d't NOTICE! TUDKKKND County, Florida, thl IT diy of from the d.t. of thai flrat publication Phone 8D2.20U-St. Cloud
PRESTIGE The of Klorld 4 bedroom 2U bath CB home November, A.n. IUt. of this Notice Each claimor
FIVE TRUCK LOADS OF demand moot b In
tu IXiUIHB ttYKKH, residence un Mil. CARL R GLARfl! writing Get Delivery Klsslmmeo
known. You ar* hereby notified with large screened porch. USED FURNITURE AND Nov. II, II, l.Ieo. I, 10. 1VSOTI >>&t and must elate the plac of realdene .
HOMES that a suit In equity for divorce Lot 200 x 650 Variety of fruit of the claimant and must O'Berry 847.3219
ha been brought agalnat by PLUMBING SUPPLIES b* sworn to by the claimant hi*
you < K OP PI SlIP HEAHI\O C. G. Tyner 847-4487
trees, beautiful trees ft: shrubs agent or attorney, or the' some
BUILT the Ninth Judicial Circuit In Boat house and dock, range, refrigerator AND PLUMBINGGAS I that the underalitned Commie- r0 'acorn. void according to Jimmy Jeffrie o 892.228eu
nod for County of Oaceola State alonere by the Honorable I.w.Till.
FOR ; and rugs &: drape appointed the Ith bf
YOU of Florida I | and you are hereby : C Karri Itryant. Governorof day December
Summoned ordered and required included. Central heating. syi. HEATERS, two spot and the Btat of Florida, will hold 1504.Carl Service Klsslmmee

By to.*file your written anawer filed or tern for winter comfort This I II one p.nel ray Call Betty Eb, a erle. of publlo hearing *t the Executor W. Rledel of the Eatat of F. B. Roundtree 847-4062
>na** tn the Complaint times and the d.l. herninaf-
h.r.ln against you In the .bo' one of the finest lake front at 847-2881 or 847-42C6 after ter mated,on to receive testimony William H Cowley, dece.aed. Emory Bronion 847-4670

milled 1 taunc, In the office oth homes In Central Florida. Of. 5:30.: svldenca and cthnr proof naedcilto Thacker and Thacker Leo Glrouri" 847-2081
L. Clerk ( Circuit Court I In and Attorney for Executor
George aaalat In determining th
ReynoldsFor for Oacoola County, Florida, at fered for only $26,600 number of Inhabitant of the Kliilmmee. Florida Robart Allen
the Court lloua In Klualmmr, Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida,, De*. 10. 1?. Il. II. IMILKflAL
Florida, on or before the I4tl COME IN OR CALL BOY SCOUT compoeed of Seminole Brevard
day of December AU. IH<4, and FLORENCE Orange, Oiiceola Indian Rlvar NOTICE! Gaa Delivery St. Cloud
"Further Information Call 17-2266 to serve a copy 01 such aceweror IIARNETT HI I.ucle, Ukeerhohee, and Mar the The ahareholdera regular annual tlnJirf Kenneth Bledio 892-7605
of Tha
drfenae upon Thacker anTharkvr ASSOCIATE WITH
tin Countlea, and of each ot aald
plaintiff attornnyehcrnin Christmas Trees Countlea respectively.Th National Bank of Kleaimmee will Tom Morris 892-31M
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-- of the bank
whoa. cddreaa la I'veCifflpe
b held
... lo. ill Klaalmm, W. H. Morse Corp. hearing will at I In Klaalmme, Florida' on Satur
the Court House In each oj the
;.= .. ri Florida or before Said data, day, January S. lisle at 5:00:
509 hlti ,IIainfl(5ti4lf Can Service St. Cloud
a* required by law, If you fall to Realtors BroadwayCITIES Wulll? Irh WOsit4IOM.41 ihas.umadi1..g ,,.
i do *o, a decree pro *onf... will ORANGE COUNTY County number of Director. to be R E. lIa11892227&
& Quality b* entered aa-alnat )'ot'l..root':: 847-31213 SERVICE STATION 'omml..lon.r' Room Orlando elected at eight and Director- John Evans 892-3482
relief drmanded In will b* elected, and such other
Florida, ISO: PM, December 14 I
plaint ITNKBH' my hand a* Clerk of Exclusive Agents for Beautiful Open IIMBT.. LT'CIE COUNTY Fort the as minting may properly will b. trans.attnd tome. Or Call

dEconomy aid Circuit Court and the seal Falrlawn Manor Lots. Pierce FlorIda, 10:(0 AM. be. I lIT Simmons, Mgr. 847-4819
of said Court at Klaalmmae, Oareole "11. Proud of Your Address' c. Allen D. Carroll
; J. R. Crowell 847-5582
County, Florida, on thl17th Dec. 11th to 7 K"v'1I.tioUNTY Rock CanhlerDee.
day of November A.D., lOll. TRAILER LOTS for nice tr.lI- ledie. Florida, I.00 P.M., December 10, 1?. 04. It. 1114
/'/ Dunn Kay II. IH4Dated .
Clerk of the Circuit Court. ers, electric, good water $10 .,thl* ttth day of Nov.m.Der. .
("..01. County, Florida down, $8 month, Tropical Park, ANGUS BULLAUCTION ,....
Extra QualityIllockeAtNo Thackitr ThickerAttorney. Rout. 441 In N. Klaslmme, SALE J. THOMAS 1UKNEY:
for 1'lalntlff AD64LS110F-1( D) TUESDAY, DEC. 15 CARL. R. 8CHILKKCommlaalonere I REALTORAMATeacher
i. KlMlmme, Florida ORANGEBURG S. C.
Nov. iS It, l>*e. t, 10, 1M Deo I. 10. IHOTKK ,
Extra Coil USED HOUSE TRAILER-25'. Fair Grounds Pavilion I

IN TIlE: Ideal camper, two bedroom I In a am. \ TO ('HRDITONIIB I
COUNTY Jl'l>OF.1 COURT Ik. ("*.1" .( lk. (*>.ty Jidaw,
Member of() r IN KB: KilT A TIQ OF financed. 8473653. feature. For detail., call C, S.. Sets' Moves North

OSCEOLA CEMENT To All!KOTHH Credltora TU tlltUITOHl.*:..t..., Ol*. BY OWNER two bedroom Holiday, Inn Canning Orange Cattle burr, S Co. C., KN ECHEI.: : HAMMACK } Needs to Sell Home

I tribute, and all I'ereone HavlnClaim house lived In nix month. (803) 5347130. lcad
or Demand Against eal In Gardens
PKODUCTS, INC. Balati Like new. 800 sq. ft. living To all Creditor, Lete. Die. Orange

load You and each of you art hereby pace. Hardwood floor SPACE HEATER pot type, trlbuteea, and all Pereon* hvln 2
Neptune Klaaimmre notified nd required to pr*. (Claim or Demands asalntt *ali
throughout 270 ft. well Lot good for five room., $30.00. Katti:
eent claim which you or
either any of you, may have aialna. 64 x 140. Sell reasonable. 11 Call 8472947.PUPPIES You end *ach of you are her*.
the estate of John a C.d.l.) d.. Jackson St. by notified and required to pru-
reaeed, late ot Oeceola County for Christmas. Only I tent any claim which you .r
Florida, to th* County Juds* oOareola hav* aralna
County Florida, at Kl*. FOUR ROOM house, two car three left. Phone 847-208 th HOWKNA HAM
ROTHROCK SEPTIC almtnee. Florid., within au,H ralndar garage, In good condition. 615 mornings. MACK KNBCHBU .........d. late
month from the date or of Oaceola County, Florida, to
the flret publication of this no. Palmway.2NICE2BEDROOM. th* County Judge of laid ('custy 31 ft. LR Fla. Rm 2 HR, GE oven and surface
tic*. Each claim or demand must InstructionLEARN at hi* office In th* Court Huu.uat
TANK CO. b* In writing and most elate tOn I Kle.lmmee. Florida. within unit, terrazzo floors, large util. rm.
all calendar month from the
place of reldnc. and poit-offlc
adilreaa ot the claimant and b. BARBERING date of the flret' publication of
worn to by cllmant, his Insure your future In a well- this Notice Each claim or d*.
CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS nr attorney, or th* cam* m mand meet b* In writing aid Easy financing $10,800
become void according to law. HOMES paying profession. Day and mum state the plac of realdncof

SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE FOR EVERY NEED IM4'This the llth day of November night classes. V. A. approved. sworn the to claimant by the .nd claimant must hi.b.
Barber College
Kale 6). KnoA .- agent or attorney or tha same
CEMENT WORK-280 Gallon Grease Traps Admlnltrlrls of 3391 S. Orange Bloaaoro Tr will become void .t'ordln. to
Fatal of John ... CadelDereaaeU GA I....
One on a nice corner Thl the title day of November,

15 YEARS EXPERIENCEK. Attorney Rill: P. DavleKlaalmm**for. FlorIda AdmlnletratrlxNov lot-the other one on Lost and Found IMI. U Herbert of*pelrEiecutor the E'tat .r FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS

C. ROTHROCK, Owner and Operator II l'. l>ec. a, 10 Ml main highway. Built. KITTEN Calico marking; HOVIKNA HAMMACK.KNKCHKU deceaied.Brlneon ..

Ninth Judicial Circuit Court, in kitchens and bathin black coat brown face white and MrWhlrUr INC.
Located at KUslmmet Transit-Mix Co. Oaceola County, Florid.. ('hane. Attorney at Law ,
err No SOIL; R. IK>> XRBNK: paws and chest In the vicinity Kleelmmee. Florida
MARY U. KKKNK:, JOHN H Me both. of Old Orlando Highway. Call De*. I. I*. IT, It. Ill NOTI NEW ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER
PHONE 847-3524 : Trutea tend 147-2881 before S p.m. After 5, 'OTM K TO HrniTona
not a* Individual a* ) under the Small Do.a Payment call 847-4927 or 847-4905. IB tk. <...a .( tk* J"
c.rtai, Ttuul Aineemsot dated -I. eeclr.. t htrlda PHONE 047-4431
Sipteinber 1. mdl. as arntnded Owner 847.4876 !%*, MKWIV
Services for Sale RB THE KUTATB OFRUTH
UAMKK ateo known. 1
Call LOFTY PILE free from toil i Is l'es'eaand
the carpet cleaned with Blue To all Creditors, I...(*te*. Dla- ITt
Parks Furniture Co. Lustre. Rent electric shampoo tribulee., and all 1'ereone havin 2
WANTED: BIRD DOG-Will Claim or Uentande agalaet **

r.* PMB.t N*..l* .1 Tee* rent .r buy If priced ri,ht H. Parks Furniture Company. KetM Ten and earls of you are h.,*.

RZFRIOUAT'OsaPaae Dof'i car ruaranteed. Wanted ky notified and repaired I* pr.
'' SIT-lift December Kth. 147-0662. Card of Thanks cent any claim which Y'" .r ,
5 Iti either of you t

; rp EARLY AMERICAN: cherry WE WISH to take this methodto th also* mate kowo RVTII W. l.4-. FOR

l dining room furniture.. Call thank our friend for the NIICR. .........., late of 'mee.IaCeasly

847-4190 after 5:30 cards, flowers and act of ayrapalhy rI.rIde. t. the UnoetyJude. COOKING
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Pencil! pin.May Df acid Coinip at III. .f. .
In our bereavement. The firo la the Court HUM al Klelinme .-
family of Sarah Bowen. *. KlorM' within en ealth -
HEATERSFOR I. It" recorded la tOt macthe fr.h.. ..t. .f

Deccola Countlee diet ot Or ocVlortd"aal I OUR HEARTFELT thanks for .* flrel publlratloa of thl No-' aay the modern houa
lie.. Each: claim or demand moat .
MARY h. KkKNK. : rf'. vaT the many courtesies and kindnesses .: k* IB writing aid must state the wIfe who prefers gas for coek.
SALE MONROE C OAlTHKItT KT shown the of place of ::. ,, of the claim lag beraua it U faster .
at piecing
efendaat HUT TO OVltct ant sad rnuet k* swans I* ky the mole flexible I I with fiat.rtl

', W. have on. when It com* to figuring Insuronc sTATE ITLK.. OF NOTICE FLORIDA or stiFf TO.. Ma.Tlli our M. L.loved Jewell Father.Rev.Especially J. P. Crump Dr. CHiimvill.Sr the same hue at050 will become or .rr4 ,. :0 control.... cleaner and
d .
pee Ualtker end economical Whether
rat*)*. No mane what kind of policy you have In her ........, *...1'W...C and Oaltaer?.;.' of the First Baptist Church of according the t ITtk. law. day of Novatk.. you desIre a full porcelata
companlt which In lace. "......... I' alive, IT4ie: .
mind, w* represent spotlolli OVIINIAD and If Loughman. the Crissom F*. I 0, natle IM rang* or th*
.iike .t
TYPE CC tII.. ..'
vrv rypo of risk ot rat* that are competitive t'f.' sakaew. .re dues. eral Home, and all friends and MCW1LTON of LANIEEAdmlai.trat.r Ik** *f : .ew built. ru rant SMut

W'll back It up with service that I I. OAS HEATERS ieaateec. (.. .: 'II'-:: : neighbor for the prayer, beautiful RUTH UANIKH. ale. k.ewa ae ., JOUr Cceems feel Gee Oeahrr
IITANT Meiel lil 4S.OM ..IIonl The Motto, Land t.'o.rosy. .. HUTM M UAMCK. d_*.. huawIdseufftm.fltllmo*
.*cond to non. a ....In.. horldii (..... flowers, card and the It"...* axE McMklrlerAllwaeji 'A '' deli t* choo*, from. He wWlI4to
IJU *etl, ratary !.., forCreeei rr .t-: aal K. A. "' .rt: gift of food and other expressions at Lam calM llv
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Kp ft 'In mind, w'r ay to find. feel., IliSi40 'SO to au, .. C Millor of condolence The. J. 0. 5, 35, 12' It. IMS alert esewooleoc..
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Immediately Compasy: a du* I lv.d eerpor.atloa post office addr*** le Tube 0)' of Oacwla. State of Florida,
( Contact Ralph Nopklni sad the uaaaowa aiira. Uwrtla, R.......' C Miller, aatagl is CkBerr Ole Sole. ANN KVBrKCR
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3. MeDeaeoah. ker c.. O ( F)**> "Set Us For Your
1964 uka4 twrwa claiming ky. ISPeOCO. Si *ty of *U. Itat Gas Appliances"r
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Rout Eustis, Bring Home Tangelo Bowl Trophy

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; Jim Crum Leads OHS to Victory

t ". :,", :, ,. With 160 Yards RushingBy Pins Fall, Averages High

, "": h'"i'1',:,; '"' .." Mike Hankine The bowl was presentation At Orange Bowl Lanes

,4.J.. .! \,..;>.., 'I'' It was Jim Crum all the way of the Mouth J.c... -
.. last Friday a* the Osceola At UM opening of the second
: .. .. High Kowboya nailed the Euatls half, the Kewbey Melted off COFFEE LEAGUEThe A's Freesett 28 24Osceola
Panthers by a solid U.() to the Panthers. In the next Coffee League met at Hospital 18 SO
. Orange Bowl Lane last Wednesday Superior Loan Co. 17 31
core In the fifth annual Tangelo few minutes of play, the But
Bowl game played In Eus- tie offensive wa forced to a morning and Bessie KISSIMMEK
Kliilmme tie Crum rushed for 160 of situation three times Langston had the high averageof BUSINESS MEN
The, Gazette Florida, Dec, 10, 1964' ; -Pag* Nines scored
the total 111 Kowboy yards, and the Kowboys, twice A 160. Patsy Manning T 0. Lee Dairy 42H .4
bringing hi. season total to first down was not made until t. high aeries with handicap, 669: Phil A Nei 34 IIKIs

sceola Will 1,300 ,.rd.. the Kowboys got the ball the Deny Brown had high game *, Vacuum 8 33 U
High Cagers with handicap, 246.
The Kowboy attack was almost third time in the second half The Eight O'clock Drip. Art Bar 32 20
totally running, their Starting on their own 28, Elks Gold SO 24 I
Cackle Hurricane four times la the the rushed took the high team series w/h/
HeightDr passing only Kowboy ridden The Actors had high Orange Bowl Lnt. 26 M
entire period of play, for two first downs, but lost 1,852 aerie 6B6 Hes.le Rledi'l Motor 22 80 Parker Named
team ,
The Panthers kicked off at a fumble on the 41 The Panther w/h { Rooney Pontiac 21% 30 4
bowled 846 for
Mike Hanklna an. Mt. Dora has been practicing the beginning of the first were not aa easy to hold Langston series scratch Carole Elks Blue 20 82 'Most Valuable'Tangelo
J The OHS basketball Mason for three week and quarter and the Kow'boys setup this time. They drove to the high Longbrake had 203;for high WFIV Radio 19 83
lien* Friday a' the Kowboytlavel should be ready.PARTIAL play on their own 20. Ten 21, but again Preston rushed scratch. Tupperware 18" Bowl official
to Mt. Dora to meet SCHEDULE plays later, wingback Gary In and anagged a Panther Highlander Cager game Rife Market 16 89 awarded Steve Parker the
lie" Hurricanet. Dec. 11 Mt Dora A 7:00: Land shot around left end on pass The Kowboys took over The 3.10 split was coveredby Most Valuable Player trophy

I A fight will be In store for Dee 18 Apopka A 2:00: a reverse and went 28 yards the pigskin on the 10 and began Joins Bouch Pearl and France Stevens,Zamarra.Caasle OJC Basketball Friday night after the Kow.
Kowboy to overcome the Dec. 28 Christmas Tourney for the Kowboy touchdown. pounding the Eustis defensive Flanagan boys soundly defeated the
Jit Greiner covered the
Light of the Hurricanti. Mt (Haines City) Steve Parker kicked for the line again They moved Orlando 5-10 Shirley Gloria Ketchum covered Schedule SetThe Eustl Panthers 14 to 0. Park
Iora' starting five range Dec 29 Christmas Tourney conversion and the Osceola steadily to the Panther 24, Cagers ; er was singled out for the
the and Manningthe
unit took a 7-0 lead. but due to the rainy condition, 6-8-10; Patty award officials and
6 feet to 6' 5", The Kow. (Haines City) by game
from ..5 and 4-5-7.
The Kowboya kicked off and Jim 1964 graduate \ Orlando Junior College
lay have only a couple Jan. 5 Wildwood A 6:30 lust another fumblo. both coaches,
If boys cagera over 6 feet and will Jan. 8 Leesburg II 6.SO: the Panthers returned to their The Panther quarterbackKevin of Otceola High School I I.a I. Chase Sanborn 30 18 basketball schedule for IIHI4IA A 17 year oU Senior at Os-
own 86. They managed to driveto for the Orlando Jun Borden 29 19 (\/ has been announced Th.lIihlanllrrl .
lave to compensate for their Jan 9 St. Cloud A 7.00: McClelland, seemed to eager cools High, Parker has been
Yuban >884> IUtaLusiannea
of height with smooth Jan 12 DeLand H 6.30: the Kowboy 49, but no far be set afire as he hit Jim for College- Highlander the will\ play 12 home team co-captain of the Kow.
lall handling. Jan. IS Oakrldge A 0:30 ther and were forced to punt Fisher with a pass for a 16 year game, six of which will be boys this year He la a 200
I Jan. 1< Bishop Moor A 0:SO The booto put the Kowboy yard rain and ran for 28, putting Flanagan, a 6'4" forward,, Sankat 23 244 25 234Aston conference bouts pound tackle standing V 10"
Four lettermen are return. Jan. 19Lyman A 6.80: 11 on their own 20 again They the Eustis offensive on wa named All-Conference In The home games all begin tall Several times during the
Jut to the Kowboy starting Jan. 22 Ukeview A 6:30Jan. : drove to midfield and the the 46. This time, the Kow, basketball last year. He was 8 O'Clock Drip 16 32 at 8 pm They Include:'s season, Coach Jack Yearwood
live this season. Alan Starling 23 St. Cloud H 7.00: Panther defense held them to a boys' end Sullivan recovered a a two year letterman In high Maxwell House6 32 homecoming game with has named Parker "top"
6' 1" senior, has been on fourth and five situation school the Most OSCI.OLA: SQUAWS
Jan. 25 Apopka H 6:SO Panther fumble. With only I receiving Indian River Jr. College) Rol. of the week
I he Kowboy vanity squad Jan. 29 Wildwood II 6.30: Crum punted to Eustis and seconds to play, quarterbackAlan Valuable Player trophy Mi Memory Garden 40 12 lins, Dec 8| Invitational tourney H. Is the son of Mr and
line* his sophomore year. HeIs play was set up on the 20 Starling fired an aerialto senior year Paddle Wheel S II M 13 Dec 11 and 111 Like Mrs. Barney Parker, Jr.
known for his unique ball The Panther offense movedto halfback Terry Roberts- fora So far this season, Flanagan Orange Bowl Lna. 28 24 Suniler Jr College, Dee, 15;
landlln,. Tom Friesner, 5' 11" ChoirAt the 33 and on a third down 22 yard gain. ha aided the Highlander In Park Furn. Co. 28 24 Florida Military, Dee 16;
lenior and a junior letterman, Newberry and with long yardage, Panther Two more attempted a winning streak St. Cloud Motor 26 6Osceola Lake City Jr College, Jan 98t \
hould be quick on his feet OIlS Billy Rhodes tried a quick were Incomplete and the passe third The next home game I I. a Drug 23 29\ Johns River Jr College, SaIurdn.n.
L round the basket Land TuesdayA kick. The Kowboy line smothered which at .
Gary was Intercepted by a Panther tournament begins Herihey'i Florist 22 30 Jan 22)) Daytona Beach Jr,
ft senior, la also one of the him and blocked the punt. defensive halfback. The clock OJC Friday night and continue Elon'i Beauty S 20 Si College, Feb. 1)) and Florida
[-quad's better ball handlers. Christmas concert will be Centerguard Richard Bryant ran out on the Panther and through Saturday.11luscunl St. Cloud Cleaner 19 S3Ken' College, Fib 15. WITH QUALITY lulu IMI, .

[hoh. tallest man on the team la presented at Osceola High picked up the ball for the the Kowboyi brought home Service Sta 15 37 Jim Flanagan, All-Confar,
pilchard Blevina, a 6' 2" junior. School Tuesday. The studentswill Kowboys and took off for the ,
College the trophy a* Tangelo Bowl Plans STAR I.EAGUE once eager at Osceola High
lettered hear the Newberry goal but was hit. He lateraledto
Die a* a sophomore
Kin. Transit Mix
winner B3U 144Cltliena School last year la a member
lind Singers, a 60 voice acap- end Eldon Sullivan who
will be the main support
Steve Parker won the award ExhibitsThe St. Bank 284 194Fennell't of OJC Highlander squad
I In the backboard.Last pella choir from Newberry, scampered over for a score
for MOlt Valuable Player. Barber 8 25 23 this season,
,ear'. B-aquadera will\ South Carolina. A clipping penalty brought
lidd to the Kowboy overall The singer are to appearat this one back and the Kowboy YARDSTICKKowboya1 Central Florida Museumand
upport, along with several 13 high schools and Luth. began their fight from the 23. Panthers planetarium located at 810
View members.The eran churches in Florida from On a first down, Crum 14 First Dawn 6 East Rollina Ave, Orlando,
Kowboy cagert will bet December 1017. They have fumbled and the Panther re 311 Yard Rushing\ 103 has planned a schedule of FUEL OIL
a disadvantage tomorrow toured extensively throughout covered on the 20. The Eusti 30 Yard Passing 12 special exhibits for December.

Jilght due to the Tangelo. Bowl the Southeast drive moved to the 40, but 1-4 Passe 2.11 Among those exhibits on KtROSINI AND FULL OIL
Ivhlch Interrupted their regular The concert program will wa halted on a pass Inter. 2 Passed Intercepted by 1 display are} Ranger VII Moon
Workouts be divided Into three sections cepted on the 49 by halfback 3.42.5 Punts, avg. 6.48a Exhibit, Traditional} Christmas A
until last Monday and -the first dealing with the One Preston Eight plays 3 Fumble Lost 1 Tree In America, Spanish ? 1
lave the Kowboya only four prophecy of the birth of later, Preston plunged over 65 Yards Penalised 10 Treasure Routes 1 Pre-Columbi I
for the 'Dor- Christ, the second centering from the one for the Kow. Individual yardage K 0 w. an Treasure from Mexico, BASS FUEL OIL
Bayi to prepare around Bethlehem and the boy's second score The 49 boys: Crum, 160; Dymmek, Folk Art of Poland, Touch I ;/

manger scene, and the third yard drive was spearheaded bya 10; Land, 28; Roberta, 56)) Falling Star, Hall of Stan, KISIiMMIl M7.3023 Iy.
BROASTED proclaiming the second coming 28 yard run by Crum. Park Preston, 49. Panthers! Rhode, and Snark and Matador Hiss
of Christ Selection will er booted for the extra and the 67)) McClelland 7i William, silo Displays tOTJ-HOM -HM MPAII
CHICKEN ins lode "The Shepherd's Kowboya led at the end of the 10j; McMahon, 7t Fisher, 12.Kowboy The Museum I I. open Tuts- Wl SILL
Chorus" from Menotti'i op second stania, 14-0. 7 7 0 0-14 day through Friday from AMIRICANOILCO.t JACKSON'SSPORT

FREEZETTE era, "Amahl and the Night The special halftime ceremonies Panther 0000 0 10 a.m, to 6 p,m. and Saturday e .t" SHOP

DRIVE-IN Visitors and the final chorus traditional In the Tangelo K- Land-28 run and Sunday from S to l HIATINO OIL WITH STA.CLiAN J 4 I. MICH. AVU OIUNDO
from 'King David.* Bowl were rained out. (Parker kick) 5 p.m.

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Fleltckmenn'i CMM OilMargarine DELICIOUS COFFH ... '
. 1.ct"'"!' 37c ..... *tt CHINOS
'Knits Dtllcitui Ch.... s".... FOLGER'S
Velveeta . ft: 99c L
,m.h",1.le, Ckirry, lIu.II.", COFFEE
Turnovers . ':.YiV: 49cler e
WIK..I" Chase SII....
Big-Eye Swiss *;V* 37c
Mill WiicMiht IO%-... mild mtt.. her*
Cheddar 55c 59c 63c

Green Giant Cut LIMITrif VflTHfl .
frozen foods e Asparagus Spears I 10Vi-oi.. 25

Mer..'. )U *f Su,.,... Hit. G,.." a.B, Wk.. K.,,,., _,_ SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTCN GOVERNMENT

Donuts ... .3 I:w:=:: $1 Niblets Corn . 2''11.01.=.". 39< I \1 INSPECTED HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE

LN./sn..M..k.l IlIChll. 11.... 49G,.." Cl.n. Cf..m Sfyl" Kraci'.vChristmas tk BEEFN
Dinners ,k.. 303 axI ' #
Smitkkntft. c...*.,, >t Wktl. Golden Corn 2 con{ 39 Candies
Potatoes . .. .. 2...n.'. 29 G,... Chnl Kltcktn-Sllct Brach Holiday Mix reg pkg. 39c Standing ((3-4-5-6th Rib)
AkA'. Green Beans 2 #303 39* Rib Roast.' 79'
ffeRich:; .H..H..H':; A7' Gr... Cln Wh"). Ktrai Brach Crimp Ribbon reg. pkg. 39c *

truer: Quick ,..... Fryer Golden Corn 2 #303 39 Brach Cut Rock reg. pkg. 39c Boneless TenderRound
; . . 3 ,1,7 $1 can.
G.rt...'. Qukk Frcieii SwerOlik' Mint-Filled, Straws reg. pkg. 39c ">. 89CDeliciously

Steaks . ,'Jrf: 59 Filled Raspberries reg. pkg. 39c TenderSirloin
In Pin SeUel. Ckeeiel .I I
Fi'hhmSti; ?I2.V. ., 59 Mellowcreme Jingle Bellsreg.pkg.29c Steak lb. 99'

"ltlortotl'.ltJI-Y or March Sale" Fancy Cremes & Jellies reg. pkg. 29c Tender, Flavorful

CHICKIN, IHf oa TURKIY rOT fill, All.Filled Assortment 3-Ib. tin, $1.69 T B Steak
MA 'OH'.tHmlSPAGHlnl"N' D one lb.99c
M' t.AUC-1 ..... ,.... 1 Brach Gloria Mix reg. pkg. 29c
5 $1 Tasty Tender
I" 1 -- Poinsettia Chocolates 5lb. box, $3.49
O l I!'RQ1O1O 4 k I Short Reb 5. lb. 39c
Armour' Star Flavorful

I rQlI Iftl Oreen3tamps-+.w/ I=Iad..a..hSWIIT IONILISSCANNID I AZ "Special' ChrlettnaCandies" D Sliced Bacon J4 I : 49c

HAMS Filled I 'Fruits fr $1.09 Swift Premium SeuMge
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Candy .I.. 99c
Premium( Label Sizzle Sealed (+ 50 itempeSwift >
O .XTRA P".. VU IOO Swift'i S4r.naft Asserted fl Ie.... D Franks ! 49c
half pkg.:
.hi( Oreen Ice Cream 69
.Mb Ate MeWM 101. Herman's O.B. Cooked ., Boked(+ SO.taMptl>
SWIFT PRIMIUM' /.Y. Chee.'et.' liii W-' Sliced '.ot. *
(lolojne fftf, '.stampJ' ) 7.01. \ Ham pk.. 69
Ii <.i..4rM 6-ot.....pit e.. ) Pkg. 29" ., Sorototo Brand Chipped Turkey,

Femem Sunikliie CellePeckHydrox' .. Beef or Ham ft;: 35
Cookies . 'Po, 49
I Quick Lurtckee M..r Mph Wllk Swifts Premium Assorted Sliced
I Canned Spam 2 11.01. 89 1i1 Cold Cuts 3 3?;:: 87
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