Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00310
 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: December 19, 1963
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Oct. 11, 1984.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00079939
Volume ID: VID00310
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
lccn - sn 95026784
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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LANDMARK What was once the. meeting place for r ar

social and civic affairs in the area is now just a memory. rT

The last remains of the Tropical Hotel were removed last i, ..

week to make way for the First Federal Savings and Loan J

Association building. (Photo by Eby) ...

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: SENIOR PLAY CAST Shown above is the cast of the senior play "Speaking of

...":iit'.:. ". Murder;" which was presented last Friday and Saturday at the Osceola High School
: auditorium. They are, left to right seated, Sharon Samuel Diane Livingston Den-

-... F- nis Jewell, Randi Beard, Mark Lurie and Shelia Daniels. Standing, left to right,
Diane Reedy John Hand and David Woods. (Photo by Eby)

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TEST SOIL-Drillers were at work'this. week testing the

ground for soil characteristics in preparation for the con-

struction the new First Federal Savings and Loan Assoc

ciation building at the corner of Broadway and Monu- '

ment. (Photo by Eby) i'

IIAI Cody PublisherAppointment Named .

of Leo Schumakerto arrive on December 19 to take
a position on the editorial staffof editorial responsibility of The From The Staff of
Beach Post and Al will
the West Palm Gazette Cody serve P :;. '"
Times is announced by Cecil B. as publisher. His brother Bob r
Kelley vice president of Perry Cody will have the title of editorial '..
Publications Inc. director of The Gazette. The Kissimmee GazetteSt. t i
Schumaker has been editor and The Codys will continue to be
manager of The Gazette for the: identified with their printing and #c.
past 13 'ears. Mrs. Schumaker. publishing business which was ; .
bookkeeper for The Gazette will established in 1946.
be added to the staff of the data No other changes in personnelare Junior High Honor i- .
processing section of the West anticipated at. this time John's To HoldConfirmation -- _

Palm Beach newspapers.The Kelley stated and the commer- Roll AnnouncedThe LEADERS HONORED Phil DiVirgilio, right, president of the Osceola County
their cial of The
Schumakers will start printing operation
will remain honor roll of the Osceola Farm Bureau, presented certificates to the volunteer leaders of the 4-H clubs at the
new jobs January 1, Kelley Gazette independent
stated. under the direction of Gilbert Junior this High week.It School. was announced annual 4-H Christmas party. The leaders are, left to right, Mrs. and Mr. Kirby Hancock

David West of Gainesville will Mears.Kissimmee I Henry Ward Mrs. Earl Partin Mrs. Ward and Mrs. Dan English. (Photo by
The Right Reverend William L the church of Our Saviour in is as follows: Eighth grade
Hargrave Suffragan Bishop of Okeechobee. Margaret Allen Patricia Allen, Eby)
the Diocese of South Florida will It will also be the third anni- Randy Colburn, Billy Derr)'berry,
Elks To visit St. John Episcopal church versary of Bishop Hargrave's Jimmy Fraser, Janet Goold, Services YouthThe I
Saturday December 21 at 7:30 consecration as Suffragan Bishopof Vicky Icaza, Mark Schumaker, Presbyterian Highlight
the Diocese and his first visi- Kaye Thacker Deborah Taylor,
Observe p.m.Father Wendell Hamlin will John's.Immediately Pam Thacker from The M.....
HolidaysDue tation to St. season of the Holy Nativ- The Chancel Choir win presenta Glory to God. .
present seventeen adults and following the con Seventh grade, Fred Anderson, ity will be commemorated at the Christmas Eve Midnight Service by Handel and several carefe.
young people for confirmation. firmation service, the women of Becky Arlington Keith Ashmore First United Presbyterian Church beginning at 10:30 P.M. with There wiU be congregational participation
to the holidays the regu en Christmas party offering This will be the largest class St. John's will give a receptionin Debbie Cody. David Dyer, Sarah in the following services and carols at the Church door by in the staging of the
lar meetings of Kissimmee Elks ,.;ts to all present The regular ever presented in the history of the Parish house to welcomethe Langford, Rhonda Kelley. Lynn greatly loved carols. The Reverend -
Lodge No. 1873 on Tuesday. December -Family Night dinner of pork St John's. Bishop and receive the new Jewell, Richard Hill, Laura Ann activities: Miss Jane Ribley and the organ D. L Van Etten will otter
and also Tuesday -I chops will follow at 6:00. Ronnie The Sunday School Christmas prelude by Mrs. Lester W. Geis.
24th on I This date marks the tenth an- members of the parish. Messamore Munson Al the evening prayers and give a
December 31st will not be On Monday evening. December niversary of Fr. Hainlin's ordin The public is cordially invitedto lyn Miller. Colleen OMealey, Service will be held Sunday. De- ler at 10:45 P.M. The Chancel j brief Christmas meditation. The
held. 30th. from 5:00 to 6:30. the tra- ation to the priesthood. He was attend both the service and Sharon Schmidt Thomas Tufts cember 22, at 9:30 A.M. in the Choir at 11:00 P.M. will render I program will t cone with
The holiday activities of the ditional Egg Nog Hour in the ordained December 21. 1953 in the reception. Maria Pointius Marsha Wynn Educational Building. Sunday special music which includes Ascription ,Christmas Greeting ruder the
lodge include an open house for cocktail lounge will be hosted by and Wanda Bradley. School pupils will participate In Recitative and Chorus: oaks at midnight
all members their families and steward Jack. Cnim. The festivities singing of carols, and a sound
friends on Friday evening De- will come to a close on Tues- i Methodists To Have Church To Hold motion film ,'The Greatest Gift,"
cember 20th from 6:00 to 8:00. day evening December 31st with will be shown .following which
v hen t h.e annual champagne the New Year's Eve dance with Live SceneActivities Special Programs gifts will be distributed by the iTL I
cocktail party will take place. On the Elks orchestra providing the Nativity ST. CLOUD-A special Sunday teachers. This special programwill
Saturday afternoon December music and ending with a special School Christmas program will I replace the 8-45: A.M Church : _
Claus breakfast in the first hour of the Service for December 22. At 11:00
21st. from 5:00 on. Santa I
at the First Methodist done by the girl scout troop UDder be held in the Presbyterian : 1
will be present for the Elks Chil new year BID I A.M. the Christmas message will
started last Sunday when the the direction of Mrs. Church annex Sunday at 10:00
be in music
Chancel Choir, under the direction Taylor. a.m Parents and friends are presented special
of Mrs. M. Jones presented The 22nd will be a busy day 'warmly invited to participate. and sermon. The Chancel Choir
under the direction of Lester W.
PRIZES the Christmas Hallelujah with the regular service at 11 Junior Youth Fellowship will
Geisler will render the anthem..
- cantata. am. with Rev. B. B. Williams meet Sunday at 3:00 p.m. After "
On the 20th a live nativityscene bringing the Christmas message. their choir practice, they are to "Christ Is Born Today by Ben
E 2'patzt; will be displayed in front Open House win be held in the go to the Park Lake Presby- der. The pastors' sermon topic
L- will be That We '
"Come Might
: of the church from 6:30 to 7 p.m. newly renovated parsonage from terian Church, Orlando for a c; a
and frfom 7:30 to 8. This will be 3 to 5 p.m. and at 7 p.m. the special Christmas program.On Rejoice. Ti
Children's Christmas programwill Christmar Eve there will The United Presbyterian Youth
PRt1E Rev. Eiland To be held in the sanctuary followed i be the annual Candlelight Serv- will meet at the manse 716 s. _
by a visit from Santa ice beginning at 7:30 p.m. The Clyde Avenue Sunday December
Bring MessageThe Claus in the educational building.The pastor. Rev. Handel Brown, extends 22nd at 6:00 P.M for the show-
1 par2E senior high party will be an invitation to all people ing of a sound motion film,
Christmas season has been held Monday night at the homeof both young and old, of the community Treasure at Bethany following MOVING DAYBrother Bill) Williams and hu familyare
RQC observed at the First Baptist Julianne Miles. The group will which the group will go carolingand shown above moving the furniture into the newly
Church with special music by the go caroling. Junior and Youth Choirs will distribute cookies to shut- renovated parsonage of the First Methodist Church which
choirs and a series of parties by BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT sing at the first service Sunday: ins. The group will return to the of Church and k.
is located at the corner Spro Landing a
the different departments and Mr. and Mrs. William Colgate -Senior and Cherub Choirs will manse for an evening of fellowship
circle. Jr. announce the birth af a 7 lb. sing at the second service. and refreshment.The helping hand are Bobby and Billy Little Ann aad Mrs.

CONTEST PRIZES-Prizes in the city Christmas Light The choir presented a program 4'ii oz. daughter, Cynthia Diane Sunday evening the Senior UJ Youth will presenttwo Williams. Sealed bids are being received until January
ing contest are now on display at the city hall. First prize with music from Handel's Mes- Saturday, December 7th at Youth Fellowship plans to go one-act Christmas plays on 15th for the former parsonage to be removed from the
siah Sunday night Palatka. carol singing. Anyone who knowsof December 23 in the Educational premises to make way for the building: of the second educational
will be electric heater second electric blanket
i ir an an Rev. C. H. Eiland will bring Paternal grandparents are Mr. someone who would appreciate Building at 7:30 P.M. The Junior unit. Open House will be held at the new
third a hair dryer and fourth a steam iron. The lightingwill the Christmas sermon at the 11 and Mrs. William Colgate of a visit from the young people Choir will sing as a part of the parsonage
be judged between the 18lh and 21sU (Photo by Eby) a.m. service Sunday morning. Kissimmee. may call the Pastor's office. program. I Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5 p.m. (Photo by shy)

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t Tho KIsKlmnw Gau'tte. Kissimmee 1t't', Fla., Thorn, Dec. 19. 1963R I Youth Center- ' Gospel Sing To Be If old "' '''''

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annual Christmas dance lion will hold a public g& p 4 ftfef .
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will be held at the Kissimmee Sunday December 22, .t l tJ8:: aid
I 3i outh Center Dec. 23 from 9:00 the First Missionary t4 t ttJf

to 1:00. The adult advisory boardwill -
i I t serve as host and hostessfor ............till A.""' ..
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I the dance. The dance will be
The boys wearing coats and ties

and the girls dressy dresses. No

f\ 1:: one will be admitted without FOR ALLKODAK

y semi-formal attire. The cost will

be seventy-five cents stag and a
1r dollar and twenty-five cents drag.It .

l r has been requested due to

wet paint and cement that no FuuisI1sHunt

one enter the new addition for it I

is still under construction. Be- I ,.rrlat1.Y$4L&. It ". si. n-l.r!
cause of the expected crowd it = : -:-- .. .- 'p.,' .. C 1Il 11Ji'iia. JMigkljnr
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has also been requested that]I StC tHC NIWtST_ KOOAX <*MIiAI' ,watj . ......' .ems -'+t!

rr everyone be there by 10:00, no JI': it _ I I I tyyfrw k tkk Mull
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VOICES RING-Forty-nine students of the Kissimmee aAalr.ear 1
GREET PASTOR-A capacity crowd was on hand Sun- Elementary School entertained -
parents and friends at the Parent-Teacher Association meeting last week. Edna Mae Dettman Bros. LL:
day night to greet the new pastor of the First Baptist

Church, Rev. C. H. Eiland, and his family. A reception They were directed by Mrs. John Donahue in a program of Christmas music. Succumbed Sunday _
(Photo I
{ was held following the evening service in the educational by Eby) Ywt111.IdSTANDARD-

building. (Photo by Eby) Edna Mae Dettman, 85, of 22 ___IICii.tIK- .
Kissimmee Youth
1a South Dillingham Avenue, Kis-
simmee, passed away early Sun
Injured SaturdayJames -
day after a lengthy illness. She

was the widow of Louis J. Dett-
Floyd Rickerson 18. of
t man who passed away herein
Ocoee was crushed to death in 1961.A .

an automobile accident four native of Constantine Michigan -

miles east of Winter Garden on she had been a resident of

Florida 50 early Saturday. this community for the past 26
Passenger of a car driven by years.

Charley Max Dye, 19, Route 2,i She was a member of the First
Box 32, Kissimmee, Rickersonwas i United Presbyterian Church anda .

thrown from the auto as it!. Life Member of the Kissimmee

IH turned over two and a half times. Allstates Tourist Club.
on the south shoulder of the
There are no sur
t r road. vivors.

r- Rickerson was crushed by the Funeral services were held at

auto and died instantly according 2 o'clock Tuesday from the Gris

to investigating officers W. som Chapel, with the Rev. Dorr
IS : D. Boyette and W. C. Frossardof Van Etten Minister of the First ,

the Florida Highway Patrol. United Presbyterian Church of
3Fr' Dye is in fair condition at ficiating. Casketbearers were

Orange Memorial Hospital and Messrs. Tom W. Bullett Forrest

11 another passenger Q. B. Hulsey, Hayes, Albert H. Hillsgrove,
". 17, 678 S. Bluefield Gxxx-e, is Ralph Rupert John Taylor and
listed in good condition at OMH.
Erford Woods. Interment followedin
APPRECIATION-R. V. Kauffman who served
ilit .0.1' Officers charged Dye with Rose Hill Cemetery. Grissom
of the First Church during the interim failure have
ply pastor Baptist to his vehicle under Funeral Home was in charge of
% between the death of Dr. Amos and the appointment of control and possession of alcoholby arrangements.

Rev. Eiland, was presented a gift in appreciation from minors. ( .

. members of the church. Shown with him is his wife, left Highway Patrol records show :

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' ::.:-:"--'.-.--;- ..-=- Rev., Eiland, Mrs. Betty Campbell. ( by Eby) rate of speed." The vehicle
,; : traveled 385 feet from the timeit Close ChristmasIn

left the road to its final rest- OIL I
compliance with the actionof
Kissimmee Live Stock ing place, officers said.
tc the Board of County Commissioners -

of Osceola County the E. P. NEID, Agent

Market Inc. I { Cues and Blocks offices of the court house will be
closed at noon Tuesday, December E
Held TournamentOn 24th and remain closed until

8:30 a.m. Thursday, December \!,;.

Wednesday afternoon Dec. 26th in observance of the Christmas I
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11,11 II ( :I 1 I 1 IlI! I 1, 11b IIII 111 I II I, gentlemen Messrs.
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!.)I ,I c I I.I'I Ills I I 1+ ? I.!Ili I,=II 1=11.!' 1,I;11+11, I Il',7 1 daughters were welcomed to the city, when members and supervised.At .

II 1111' 111 !' '! '! !''!' II illillllll' friends of the First Baptist Church held a reception Sun the weekly ice-cream tour- BOOTSSADDLESBELT5PURSESBILLFOLDS 'II 'I-
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; Ill 1i I ; left Janice Ann Rev. and Mrs. Eiland. Photo SQUAW MOCCASINS
1 to right, (
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11j, 1. ,n hu , Il,. I 4 ll1 l1111 by Eby) Zelma Young Granvill Snapp SQUAW BOOTS {
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Paul Krotts. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
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Brown donated the candy-
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wed- penon
Kowboys bars in honor of their 50th
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The Blacks
ding anniversary. lamps, gun scabbards pistol holsters
/ 1i calf skins, saddle bags, western
with a score of 4549 won the
jewelry. carving tools. Texas long-
TO YOU AT CHRISTMASMANNFRAKES Conference HonorsSix ice cream; while the Reds had ho.,.., cow whips. Navajo blanket
3674. In the individual shooting and saddle sets. Personalized leather
Goods, with name, brands or with
Cora Dawson won for the ladie your awn design or phone ws .* ,
Osceola High Kowboys were five touchdown 47-3731 /
passes. with a score of 60; while Fred
giviai conference honors at the Yowell. who led the Kowboysin Brennfleck was high for the

annual Ridge Conference banquetheld rushing had gained more than men with 58.
INC. recently in Sebring. 700 yards and scored 48 points. The annual Christmas contes ART DYER
"H.odqw0rf rWlorMo Cass.. ss"
Two Osceola backs were placedon
HarrelTs will occur Dec. 23 at 1:30.
Whalen of
took two
All-Conference first U.MMA
the Ridge Metropolitan Insurance
Rose Malensom is seriously tV Life Representative
senior passes for touchdowns both in 12 wwMiywn My.MMi MBmtne* I
team. They are quarterback
ill in Osceola HospitaL
Eddie Harrell; and senior conference games. He also helpedout

fullback Steve Yowell. as a blocker.
Johns rushed more than 600 t
also hon
Other Kowboys were
ored. yards and scored four touchdowns ., \

Chuck Whalen senior offensive one a 90 yard kickoff re .'>:'- .
end was named to the Ridge second turn.Magnaghi !
team. Given honorable men- rushed for only a

tion were Earl Johns halfback; little over 100 yards but got \

Bob Magnaghi wingback; and four passes when yardage was 1
Charile White offensive guard needed. He scored only one 1u

and defensive linebacker. touchdown while on offense but

Harrell who missed two of the scored another on an alert pick-

regular season games and the ing up of an enemy fumble and a /
post-season tilt against Sanford, 75 yard jaunt down the sideline. .
rushed 279 yards and made two White was one of the reasons

touchdowns as well_as throwing for the Kowboys's good season.KISSIMMEE .

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: Thanks to all of you, our

many loyal friends and brings you our very sincerest .i.

customers, for your wishes for a Happy Holiday! :

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Avarilla Accepts *
Scottish Rites : Poole Appointment .

Club Held f Party' Named: Miss Orbit ., ? 2f Miss Melton Accepts I Connie Landry Ends TrainingConnie .

Miss! A'anl1a'Poolt", daughter H. Landry 19. son of determine their hrtwt alignments
The OscwLt Jxvttish Rite Clubnun.
of Mr and Mrs. Newton Poole. I Mrs. Essie A. Landry of 805 King in the Navy. I/pen completing
for annual Christmaxparty
the lormvrly of Kissimmee. was Korean Appointment St, Kissimmee. completed basic the program they are assigned -
last week at the St. Cloud
chosen Miss Orbit 1963 In ceremonies training Nov. 23 at the Naval to service schools for
Officers !held at the Cape- Colony Training Center Great Lakes, IlL technical training or to ships and
Prior to the party for Miss Mattie Lee Melton will
Inn at Cocoa Beach Sunday. stations for on-the-job training in
the 1964 were: elected: Albert Rayof be visiting at the home of her
She was chosen over 27 contestants The nine-week training includes a Navy rating specialty.
Kissimmee. 'Edwin Robinetteof
presk Mrs.
sn. sisters Phyllis
and won an all expense naval orientation history and organization -
U Idexnan. St. Cloud, 1st vkv
Kissimmee and Mrs. Myrlene
paid trip to Hollywood where she 4 seamanship ordnanceand Naval training produces the
president; Maurie- Walter Kissimmee. { Taylor of Orlando, before leav-
will receive talent trials \VithOUl' gunnery military drill first power in seapower by applying
2nd vice president; Raymond ing for Korea where she has
( major studios. 4 r j aid and survival. qualified personnel! to man the
Campbell St. Cloud, secreIary accepted an appointment with '
r During the training recruits receive ships planes and shore stations
: and Robert Lewis St. BUY FROM THE !'..:- seas ; the government in SeouL f I tests and interviews which of today's Navy.
Cloud treasurer. GAZETTE ADVERTISERS'I ",1!. Miss Melton was graduated r..
: from Osceola High School in

.: 1942 and served three years,with
the U.S. Coast Guard. She was
jt i'i graduated from Marietta College -:
JtiAID ,
Marietta Ohio in 1950 and
J. II.; : joined the staff of St. Francis +

wzf -.. Delafield Hospital New York +LR1UflA flIEtflti
City as a physicist in the radioisotopes

f. and research labora-
NEEDY WendelLKetchum, left, Haley Duke and tories, where she has been for Miss Mattie Lee Melton-.

ii Don Brown right, are working for the third year on the the past 12 years. laboratories in SeouL
Now she has accepted She will leave
an appointment New York by
American Christmas baskets for
Legion sponsored
y needy
I with the Atomic Ener- plane January 1st. Enroute to
TO families. Donations may be left in various grocery stores gy Program as assistant tech- Korea she will stop off in Aus-
\JVft throughout the city. (Photo by Eby) nician to set up radio isotope' tralia for three days.

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ti CHRISTMAS G Guild Productionthis Iets k

Kenneth Duncan, directorof year in Osceola High
e aG 'Death Takes a Holiday," School, is taking the part of
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hasannounced his cast now Grazia. Miss Kirk who comes
,.ni = o complete and in regular re- from Orrville, Ala.,' has had s
r. hearsal for the play datesof considerable experience in

yy '4 kh January 16, 17, and 18. This dramatics.Bob .
play is the second of the sea, Stalter who played so
-., son for the Footlight Theatre well the part of Mr. Van ...
a Guild. Damm in "The Diary of Anne ... ...
Larry Gross, teacher.of dra- Frank," is taking the part of .
HERZBERG'S"BOOTS matics in Osceola High Schoolis the Baron, another difficult
taking the difficult part
AND SADDLES Y I of The Shadow, in "Death Kirkpatrick of St. Cloudis
Takes a Holiday." Mr. Gross playing the part of Corradoin W. RIEDEL"Jackson's"
12 Darlington was a founder and first president "Death Takes a Holiday.
of the Guild, and has Bill is just out of three yearsin
directed plays and acted in military service and this
several Guild plays duringthe is his first dramatic venture. .r
past four years, winning Regina Ayers, a Kissimmeegirl
Y 'x several awards for his excellent Who has been in Japan
performances.Fred for several years where her
Ford, mayor of St. father was in the United
i- Cloud Is playing the part of States Air Force, is acting in
+ the Duke, another character the role of Rhoda. She has M11NITIVIARKET
that demands a very sensitive had experience in several
f LT1 interpretation. Mayor Service productions in Japan.
Ford won the Guild's award Louis French, well known
., last year for his;portrayal of high school teacher, is taking
Mr. Frank in "The Diary of the part of Major Whitread.Mr. .
: fl1 CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY and Mrs. Ralph J. Anne Frank." French, as all Kissimmee
. : : Morse, former residents of Kissimmee were honored on Elfreda Dimitri, talented ar- theater enthusiasts know,,has 20 W. DAKIN AVE. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

T. _ their 50th wedding anniversary Monday when their son tist, is charming in the part of I directed, acted, stage managed OPEN 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK
the Princess. Miss Dimitri is built sets, or operated
: daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morse entertained -
making her debut in Guild lights in almost every prod:'
their home in Fairlawn Manor. Here cele-
at to plays with this coming produc- tion given by the Guild. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY -
brate with them was their other son, Ralph A. Morse, his tion and, according to Direc- Andy Herrmann another I
wife and children from Yorktown Va. Mr. Morse is a retired tor Duncan, play havea hard working Guild member, NEW LOW EVERY DAY PRICES.
in for goers them. is the of Eric. .......................................
postal clerk. (Photo by Eby) treat store playing part
Caterpillar equipment Elizabeth Eisenbarth is por- His first appearance on the
J I traying the part of Alda. She stage was in "Two Blind BUSCH BAVARIAN [ ]
.. "('" !i ;. Streets. .,To. 0 Be Paved In St. Cloud is the granddaughter of Capt. Mice.'" Soon after the production i' :;t.7 94

*1.t:: ,does all the : ,- .4i ,ST. CLOUD-:Paving program, :Street, from Kentucky,to Indiana.Estimates ., Steffee, Osceola County pion- of "Death Takes a.Hoi 6
started almost1 two'yearsngo," Is are that the paving eer and operator of the'steamboats iday Andy expects: to be

gathering! *'momentum The following -program will cost $29,658Vith that'used to come into taken into the Army. ,_................................
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44. t : St. Qoud Honor 4 The.Klssinmee Gazette. _Ktsslnunre. FUu, Tters.-..-Dec. 1!,_IIGS

Highlands Honor : .sr-41; Roll Announced

ST CLOUD-T. J. GannareUi.
Roll AnnouncedThe principal of jSt Cloud High

School has released the honor
roll for the second six week
honor roll at the Highlands Schunk Terry Bethune, Denise period
of the school
year. Honor roll
Elementary School has been an- James.
students are those' with
an average -
nounced by William T. Ketcher- Fifth Grade 1\1.... Dollar 0
of "B" or better in all sub-
sid. principal.It Kathy Arrington. Renee Bronson and
jects citizenship:
is as follows: Curtis Burgess, Jeff Clark. Jane
Seventh grade: Bonnie Bowers,
Fourth Grade Mrs. Bateman Fullerton Lou Ann Miller, Brad sy
Teresa McConnell Claudia Ar-
Debra Alewine. Robyn Allers Se- Padgett, Don Smallwood.
ena, Brenda Bamdollar Mary
rena Bell Debbie Croft. Sheila Fifth Grade Mr. ClarkBettySue i t
Bronson Virginia Hawkins (allA's
PolL Clark. Barbara Dexter
), Bonnie Watkins Richard
Wendy Romack Robbie Stewart,
Fourth Grade Mrs. Hansel! Steve Miller. Dennis Brunson. Ford, Tommy Halford. James J
Jim Bateman. Kelly Clifton Sixth Grade Mrs. Bailey Parker, Donnie Singleton, Karen

James Hammock Richie Yates, Travis Childs, Ricky Pless, Suzie Hall, Mike Leach. James Lee.Auther .:.. .> -?-
Patty Powell. Pamela Mahan Bartley. Patti Dunlap Carolyn Myers, Barbara Salley . i"'; ,
Cathy Sharpe, Patricia Trew David -
Rita. Horton. Gray, Susan Ritter.
Fourth Grade Mr. Nichols Sixth Grade Mrs. Dunlap Webb John Weihe Randy PRESENTED AWARD-Ed Neid left, local standard Oil

Kathy Calloway. Laura Camp- Pam Smith Becky Wilkie. Judy Woods; agent, is shown being presented the National 4-H Foanda-

bell Kevin Chin Deborah Guelde Wood, Donna Davis. Chet Bron- Eighth grade: Robin Beck (allA's tion award by Jim Smith, county agent, for his pOB or.

John Guffie. Ricky Haxton Judy son, Larry Chiri Will Bell, IvonneFu ), Evadne Gannarelli Melissa ing the 4-H effort in Osceola County. Neid has furnished
Hudson. Pamela O'Neal. Carol Lee Brenda Carter. Graham, Devo Heller, Jimmy
r Hodgins, Doris Kempfer. Gary the 4-H calendar to all the 4-H members and leaders for
Peterson. Ray Rimes Doreen Sixth Grade Mr. KImberly -
Wanner. Ida Lawrence. . Stuart Nelson Robert Pipkin, LaMonda Donna Wesley Elaine the past two years. The occasion was the annual Christmas -

Fifth Grade Mrs. KImberly Jeanne Cazier, Claudia Crown. : Wesley, Nina Harden, Tanya party held at the county agricultural building on December

Marilyn Wnn, Peggy Thacker Joyce Fullerton, Debbie Guffie Thomas, Linda Mae Thompson, 14th. (Photo by Eby)
Martha Oakes, Ren Taylor Neal Molly Hale Ellen Huntsinger Diane Zielinski, Charles Aycock
I Taylor. Ray Anderson, Janice Kathy Sines. JUNIOR VARSITY LAGERS Osceola High School's Junior Varsity team is Nancy Gill;

coached by Donald Rinkus. The team shown above includes, front row left to right, Ninth grade: Charles Abell.

Knight-Heath Elementary School Jack Tyner, Mike Whitewolf, Steve Thacker, Mike Sikes, Raymond Icaza, Mike Donna Bond, Roger Lewis, Lloyd
Story Sheryl Bryant, Linda Hal-
Smith and Bobby Pollom. Back row, Rinkus, Richard Blevins, Gary Dymmek, Mike
ToldMr. Lists Honor Roll ford, Paula Shaddick Mike Williams ,; .,,
Engagement Hankins, John Cantwell, Wally Melitshka, Terry McQuillan and John Pope. (Photo Melanie Brown, Laureen

and Mrs. W. N. Blain of Principal Louis Feuerstein of by Eby) Gustafson. Dixie Harmon. Joseph

Winter Garden announce the en-<,Kissimmee Elementary School, C. Murray, Janet Cutten, Bonita vQ

gagement of their daughter, Betty announced that 49 students from Patton, Donna Peterson, Char-
Elaine Knight, of Kissimmee to the fourth, fifth and sixth grades Loomis Home Is lene Smith, Debbie Thomas;

Curtis Almer Heath of Kisim- were named to the new honor r-: :i Scene of PartyMr Tenth grade: Joyce Barber, 4tjA I
roll. Receiving honors in '.
mee, son of Mr. and Mrs. George ; JaIpes Dietrich Danny r. .V{
; ;
Heath of Stockton Calif. nition for scholastic excellence and Mrs. L. M. Loomis, King, Rose Schneider Elizabeth t

The bride-elect was graduatedfrom are the following: 1403 Penfield Street, entertainedover Stalvey, Judy Unzicker, Timothy f, I
Lakeview High School, Winter Fourth grade Scott Schu- 20 of their friends at a pre- Crowe (all A's), Faye Adams,
Garden, Asbury College Wil- maker Pamela Hennecy Mar- holiday buffet Wednesday evening David Thompson, Sharon Wheeler 1 1ss

more Ky. and is presently a tyn Somers, Patricia Frakes, Dick Crofts (all A's), Nancy c. s--. '
member of the faculty of the Kis Sally Schmidt, Jeffrey King, Morrison;
simmee Elementary School. Paula Carroll, Julie Badders, The home was decorated with Eleventh grade: Ruth Adams,

Her finance was graduatedfrom Holly Forrester Karen Hale garden flowers throughout. The Lea Arena, Betty Lou Bullis, ,/
Escalon Uuion High School, Rose Marie Kenton, Mark Medley : refreshment table had a beautiful John Crowe (all A's), Patty Ni-

Escalon; California and attended James Shephard, Carol arrangement of red mums now Oscar Simmons, Timothy
Western Baptist Bible College. Baskett, Jackie Darrell, Susie trailing fern and cat tails with Williams, Janice Young (all A's),

El Certio, California.The Burton, Cindy Hazel, Denny Wil- tapers in brass holders. Judy Morris, Mary Nell Trew;

wedding in open church, lingham Catherine Christian, Covers for each guest were Twelfth grade: James Greene,
will be held Sunday, December Winnie Couldrey Corena Patterson marked with candy arrange- Ray Hyder, Linda Johnson Don-
22nd at 3 and Rene McLeod. na Hill. Rebecca Partin, Sandra
pm. at the First ments. After dinner canasta, C,,tt pyd; Jlif
Methodist Church of Winter Gar- Fifth grade John Miller, bridge and aggravation were Thompson, Nancy Toomey. .h
den. All friends of the couple are Melanie Scholl, Judy Smitht Sal- s rnjoyed.
Invited. ly Garner, Martha Fletcher Eastern Star Y I
.l- Sheila McCall, Connie Irving
The included Mr.
DECORATE TREE-Members of the Friendship Class of guests
Yvonne Badders Vinnie Goldino To Hold
Mrs. Tom Bullett Mr. and Mrs. Party
Free MethodistsPlan Randy Koger, Connie Lunsford. the First Methodist Church spent Friday night decoratinga Al Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice annual
Susan Rooney Scarlett Hudson, 30 foot Christmas tree which adorns a corner of the Osterholdt, Mr. and Mrs. C. ST. CLOUD The .
ProgramsOn Christmas Party. Chapter Christmas
Jackie Stoddard, and Brenda Shown above work Charles Sikes Gene
i sanctuary. at are L. Reed, Rev. and Mrs. Van Et- der of Eastern Star, will be held
Friday, December 20th, the. Rye, Farmer, Joe and Dot David. MemberS of the Wesley Fellowship ten, Mrs George Stroupe, Mrs in Masonic Te nple. Gifts for the
Junior High Department of the. Sixth grade Mike Ward, Class decorated the sanctuary. (Photo by Eby) Earl Brooks, Mrs. Andy Hull, Masonic Home will be collectedat
| Ann Glass, Tanya Perry, Penny -
Free Methodist Church will go :Mr. and Mrs. John Benson, Mr. this time. Each woman is asked Blessings
,caroling and have their Christmas.':' Goodrich, Paula Shore. Suz- and Mrs. A. E. Aikenhead, Mrs. to bring a gift suitable for, GREETINGS TO ALL!
party. anne Fletcher, Bill Fraser, Robert Early, Mrs. Clarence marked for another
and woman-
On Sunday Rev. W. C. Beatty, Brenda Bradley Sandra Bow- Recall Petition Timmerman, Arthur Hanna and gifts for men should be markedas Haley's
\ Mill bring a special Christmas. den, Bruce Began Arthur Johnston. such. LOU YOUNG'SWELDING

message at the U a.m. service. Worthy matron Estel Shumate Market

At 7:30 p.m. the Sunday School]i I Beta Epsilons Still SmouldersBy Junior Women appointed a committee to handle

will present a Christmas proI details for the party: Mmes.
gram. This will feature recita. Met WednesdayThe Sponsor ChildrenAt Grace Strickland, Mae Wood La

I tions by ,the Primary Junior an i Monda and Frances Caruso.
\ Intermediate groups. The Beta Epsilon chapter of JERRY BERSON fused to abide by the city attor: the December meeting of The party will l .be held after III.!!

The Youth.Department' of .th Beta Sigma Phi meUWednesdajf-tt: ST CLOUrx-Two adamant neys' decision. ? 3 ...the Kissimmee Junior Woman'sI 'Chapter recess tonight tThu s* herenowr.", .

Sunday $Schoo).ftul\ presents one at the home of Mrs...Jonrj Spejixi commissioners; Virgil Brooks and*-; Hudson's statements, read 'by I .Clubwtl\ejnembers! voted to spon- 'day). ; just in Km?)for Cfyhfmo ..
act- play 'ar a"pamof'the'Pgram. rd:cer. with Mrs. Pat Quynn. ,-.presi. .CnarJes7Hodgins, are apparently Brooks requesting that the corm.. sor''tWo children at Sunland N
The program will-also feature dent, presiding. determined to thwart the will of.'mission not accept the city Training Center in Orlando. x ,?KODAK
special music by soloists and I The program "How is your more than 500 signers of a petition clerk's report include the follow- I .,
a male quartet.On conversation" was presented bye to recall John B. Hudson. fag alleged items: Frequent visits and letters are .. CAMERA
Monday, December 23rd, th<< Mrs. Gene Nalley and Mrs. Ed Refusal to set a date for the spe- very important for. these children I .'
Free Methodist Youth will havi.Brinson. Three members were cial election places a burden on 1. The petition does not set Two girls from the club OUTFITS

a hay ride and Christmas carol;. asked to engage in conversationon the petitioners and may force forth one or more reasons for the plan to visit the "adopted chil-

ing. a topic given while other t them into a court action to secure recall as required by the charter. dren" at least once every two T for yery on. onYpur gift liltTOO
members observed. Participatingin a writ of mandamus order- 2 The report of the city clerkof wt>eks.

the conversation were Mrs. ing the two commissioners to the City of St. Cloud Is, on its ark r

Ralph Miller To Dick Luzadder, Mrs. Clyde Bass carry out provisions of the City face, illegal and defective. so _

and Mrs. John Spencer. Charter. Butcher-Keith
'Head Masonic Body During the business meetingMrs. The charter states in simple 3. The names on the petitions,

Luzadder reported that and direct language that if the were not signed in the same manner ; Wedding Told
Members of Orange Blossom plans have been completed for City Clerk's report shows that or style as they appear upor

Lodge No. 80 F.&A.M. elected the the chapter Christmas dinner to (he recall petition, or petitions, the voting records of the city. Mrs. Trudy Keith and C M. . .FROM OUR f
following officers to serve duringthe contains 4. That the clerk checked sac h Butcher were united in -
be held at the home of Mrs. signers numbering at marriage -
T. Miller petition promptly after filing and k ...
ensuing year; Ralph Ralph Lohmann. least one-third of the total num- Wednesday November 27th.

Worshipful Master; J. C. Refreshments were served to ber of votes cast at the.last gen- advised the person filing same a!i Paul Riggs, justice of peace, MORRIS CLEANERSNELSON
demons Senior Warden; Jef 1 Mmes. Reid McWhirter, Ed Brin- eral election, it shall be the duty to the number of names he had 1 officiated at the ceremony. KODAK .

fords D. Miller Junior Warden: son, Dick Luzadder, Van Bass, cf the City Commission to hold a approved or rejected. .
John L. .Summers, Treasurer; meeting within three days from K
Ralph Lohmann. Clyde Bass, 5. That the petitions upon
Stanley W. Anthony Secretary.The Gene Nalley Robert Quynn and the date of the report and call which the clerk predicated his
Master (elect) made the Esther an election. :
Pollom. report were improper and illegal. QcbritmaMAY Outfit1lUta1ll100Jing
following appointments: K. Nor- the charter .t
Although specifically
Mrs. William Hasty assisted 6. That three alleged witnesses,
man White, Marshal; Maurice W. Mrs. states that the commission. . .
Spencer hostess.
as in a substantial number of cases,
Walters, Organist; Harry J. At er or commissioners sought to be did not see the signer affix his amazingly price!
temus. Chaplain; Fred E. Ward recalled shall take no part in the
or her signature to the petitions. Loads . omoHcoHy'
<< distantly
Senior Deacon Szankie Church oo
; Henry To HoldInstallation proceedings, Brooks read five
. .
wicz, Junior Deacon; Kenneth L and one-half pages of arguments, 7. That Mayor Ford and Commissioner THIS HOLY SEASON 10 easily you Han get ever good! Just picturesmore dropin
Kemp, Senior Steward; C Wendell .. single spaced on legal size paper Ferro were active In
t Hie Kodvpak Mm cortr.t .-
Lundy Junior Steward; Howard . ST. CLOUD-Annual Installa- and signed by Hudson into the circulating the petitions and that BRING TO YOU ALL +le camera h inffowfir loaded.

H. Rhinehalt Tyler.A tion Service, United Presbyterian minutes of the special meeting. they planned, or assisted in the BLESSINGS OF TRUEHAPPINESS. No dials lo set no focvmf, .
special meeting will be hel I Women conducted by The Reverend Alter the reading a motion was planning and directing of this recall Takes color slides as well.. as
on Saturday. December 28th foi Handel Brown pastor, will made that the Commission not proceeding. htack-and-wIit.. old color Htopi.
the installation of officers. Lodge be held tonight (Thursday) at the accept the certification of the petitions Mrs Ferro made an emphatic .& *t.fci flash Holder keeps you

will open :at 7:30 P.M.. church. 1 for reasons advanced in denial that she played any part,, set for indoor .........

Hudson's statement. A split vote in planning the recall movement.At MARGIE'S 8 88
Brooks and Hodgins for the affirmative fsstylets eet/it/ 17Hunt

i THEKISSJMMEE and Mayor Fred Ford one point in the proceedingsthe
and Commissioner Ruth Ferro meeting was recessed by REALTY MEN DINER Bros.Qhristmas
ro GAZETTE for the negative defeated the Ford and the Commission adjourned .

motion. to the mayor's office to IIM ".'"
A ...*. H. Perry Newgyer Another split vote defeated a confer with the city attorney.
I motion by Mrs. Ferro setting the Hudson was asked to leave be-
.G "' IIPA ag.4\!!
Office: 24-!6 Stewart Are. date of the special election on cause of the charter provisionthat 1L IYo"A
fsrheDasael ,.
January 24. 1961. Mayor Ford prohibits his participation in FROM saltier
r/0'M' Telephone 8472881 pointed out, and city attorney O. the proceedings. "You just shut SHEAFFERSSHEAFFERS e pies!lift...

P. Johnson concurred, that the up and leave me alone" Hudson
Entered aa Second Claaa Mall Matter charter is specific' in its instructions told Ford. j Y
In the Poet Office at Klaslmmee. Fla. 1TI
that the Commission fix
date for the election in 30 to 45 In spite of Judge Johnson's repeated c 'i I
Published Thursdays at KUsiramee Florida days after the clerk's report is opinion that the charter Ladies 1 lore the smooth -,

made to the body. provisions are mandatory that a expremaiTe writing that k1 I
flows from the
LEO SCHUMAKER Brooks refused to set a date date be set and his agreement metal poiat. Bat precious It's .

i r. ,, Editor and Manage.SUBSCRIPTION after being asked by the mayorto with Ford's statement "I feel more than a pea-if s a
.; .. do so and gave as his reasons we are not doing our duty if no WHITE DOT III personal acceaaoiy with

RATES that the proceedings were illegal date is set," Brooks and Hod feminine styling and H .
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Bumble Bees ,_ ( ,L .&. T The Kfashnmce_Gazette Klss&nmee. Ffau HHHS, Dee. 19, U. St
Elementary School News .

Plan Projects

;= School's Out "For The Bumble Bee's plan to i

make some money this year
with several money making
projects. Proposed is a bake

F The Holidays sale natural and fertilizers.sale and collection Committeeswere .

set up to further inveStigate SWIFT v

fly TKCr.Y; UKADUITUYTomorrwv .'cited. Tension mounts as names these projects-in charge s r BUTTERBALL
is the last day ol 're drawn for gift exchange I of the Bake Sale project was r TURKEYS
sellout before Christmas holi- ic tree is brought In, decora- Billie Jean Douglass, Treasurerof .S.
tlny*. Our children art so ox- ions are made, letters to Santa the Bumble Bee's. She also ;'" 1 10-16-LB. AV6.
appointed her committee; they QUANTITY
re written, and room parties
for the last day are planned. are: Diane Bronson, Merlena RIGHTS" :

Truly, there is nothing quite Hunt, Sandra Orndoff, Glen RESERVED LB. 39' i 4'
FIRSTNATIONAL as distinctive as a classroom Ward and Bobby Ellis. PRICES GOOD ,
The club plans to go Christmas -
Christmas tree. For Mrs. Bradmry's THRUDECEMBER QUICK FROZEN .
December 24th.
Caroling on
level four and five group
Elaine Bronson's father brought One of the places they plan to 21STWIMMDIXIK

a lovely pine tree. The boys attend is a Rest Home in Pine TOH.*. ,....
Castle.A """ .IIT-
: BANK and girls made all of the deco-
committee was also set up
rations for it. Yards and yardsf
for further investigation of the
paper chains, handmade ornaments
fertilizers, in -S
sale of -
JtfSSfMMEE and a large yellow charge of this committee is Sid- Ob STOP0 _____________ k _ -S
paper star adorn our tree. It's -
beautiful. The children love it. ney Bronson, Parliamentarianfor
the Bumble Bee club. He
It's their Christmas tree!
his committee to
Mrs. Pat Redgrave's level five also appointed WESH TINDtt PCUBenns
work with him. They are: Cathy
made a wreath for the
Eunice Hilfiger, Eddie
front door by gluing peanuts, Stewart
For All Your Clinton, Bill Ward, and Ralph 2 291
shells, macaroni, and rice on a -
plywood circle and spraying it
FinancialNeeds The Club received a new ,
silver. It was completed with a
member in its organization at
large red bow. its last meeting and have already EXTRA LARGE CELERY STALKS 2 for 29c
Gregg Blain's mother sent two
set him to work in a
bags of popcorn that the class
committee. In believing
strong for the tree. Cliff North-
member should have somethingto
rop brought their tree.
do have set Eddie Clintonto
Some of Mrs. Redgrave's chil- we
dren made wrapping paper for committee.work on the natural fertilizers .88 QUICK FROZEN

Mother's Christmas packages t.
which they also made. This Completion awards were pre- .
MfMBfl K90A1 DEPOSITMsuuNa sented to each member for their
cotrounoN class is planning a program for years work in the BumbleBee W-D HAND FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND TURKEYS
the last day of school. r;;
I Nancy Johnston is back with club for the past year. A spe- ... -4led
cial award was given to Miss
the fourth grade class of Mrs.
CompleteGROVE Lois Rollins, after having her Marilyn Dietrich, County Home Steak. -88""
Demonstration for Osceo-
Agent .
tonsils removed. Nancy's nameis
on this$ week's Honor Roll. la[ county, for her 3 years of 17
to 10 to
putting up with the Bumble..Bee4H W-D BRAND T-IONI
Her grades were not finished
SERVICE last week because of her illnessso club. Also a special award Lb. 2435 Lb. 1639
was given to Mr. and Mrs. Hen- ;
her name wasn't listed in. Steak 98
last week's Honor Roll. ry G. Ward the local volunteer ;
New students in Mrs. Rollins club leaders for the Bumble LB. LB.
Bees, for their years of faithful
room are Sharon Stall from Indiana
service to the Bumble Bees.
and John Kuhns from
.. Pennsylvania.Mrs. -" ,'n n. n. _.
e. Grace Johnston's fifth WCTU
'. grade has been studying helps
- Woman's Christian Temperance Land HOLIDAY MIALS ALL STORK
for telling a story. Each child O'Sunshine
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chose an interesting but brief Union will hold its regu-
HUGHEYGROVE experience, stood in front of the lar monthly meeting Thursday, I CLOSED
class, and spoke. Mary Jane December 19th, at 7:30 p.m. at
Wolford talk the Calvary Chapel, 408 Church CHRISTMAS
SERVICE& gave a on her partin
MANAGEMENT the Orlando Christmas pa, St.
rade. Billy Simmons amused all All members are urged to at- BUTTER OPEN TIL 6:30 P.M. DEC. 24TH.
wlh his tend ahd the public is cordially
Speed,Boom& Hand experiences with the invited.
Spraying bears in the S.nokey Mountainslast

.. Fertilizing A Dusting summer. And Mike Ellis The teacher asked, "What is
Mechanical Hoeing,Rank told why he liked to visit the decay?" .
& CultivatingFor
Ing service station.In Phillip Blevins answered, "It '% i

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1 A Merry- Christmas' Wish To All. .

?a= By BETTY EBYIn He whizzed up the highways and The birthday list this week includes dopedias as winner of the Cen-
hustle-bustle of B. Jones, Nancy tral Florida contest.
r the happy zoomed up the roads. Mary i
Mr. and Mrs. Louis J: Zeh
readying for the joyous seasonwe In an "S-L 300" delivering his Barber, Jane Kelley Sally Ann
pause for a moment of thanksto loads. Garner, Carol Ann Johnston of 703 George Street in Orange
you-our good friends and cus- Peanut Whidden Linda Glass.II Gardens, left by train Monday
tomers, to wish you all the very The tropical moon gave the land- John Moore Julie Calhoun Patsy for Kansas City to spend the
merriest of Christmases. scape a glow Thacker. James Barker, Leona I Christmas holidays, also their
is Christmas Hewen Lasseter, Pat Allen birthdays with their daughters, 1w
The following a And lighted the way for old Dutton,
''I \ poem sent to us by Ed Ladueto Santa below.As lisa Goold. Linda Schmidt,I Mrs. Lois Banzhaf and Mrs. Ruth
LJrich, also their son. Paul Zeh
V our tropical season.FLORIDA Nancy Speirs. Paul Campbell,I
Curtis Williams Nelda Tarcai In Wichita Kansas. They plan to r \c

CHRISTMAS he jumped from his auto he Mary Sabetto Mrs. F. O. Let- be in and around Kansas City
'Twas the night before Christmasand gave a wee chuckle better, Laura Bressler-Pettis, Al-I about 30 days. l3a
Lit all through the town He was dressed in Bermudas, Marshall. Mrs. H. B. Jones Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Francis Crowley
;I I \ No noses were frozen no snow with Ivy League buckle. Beers, P. K. Weaver Sandra] have returned to their home in
fluttered down. close Best wishes to' each of' Orange Gardens for the winter'

There weren't any chimneys but months.
No children in flannels were that caused no gloom. you.Walt and Maxine Melitska have. Mrs. Carl Dearmin and youngson
tucked into bed. For Santa came in through the recently returned from Kansas of Cleveland, Ohio are vis-
They all wore shorty pajamas Florida room. where Maxine and her three sisters iting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dear.

instead.To got together for an old fashioned min.Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Johnson arrived 4 Wishes
He stopped at each house, stayed Thanksgiving. I Best
find wreaths of holly was not only a minute. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Strayer re this week from Sun Prairie. i
very hard. Emptying his sack of the stuff turned last week from Warsaw I Wisconsin to spend the winter In L To Our FriendsPERSONS
For holly trees grew in every that was in it. ?<$ Indiana to spend their 18th win- their home at 409 Bay Street. ,
back yard.In ter in Kissimmee. George Mears who is stationedat
Before he departed he treated Andy Murphy who recently Edwards Air Force Base Cal-
front of the house, Daddys and himself, spent a leave here with his par- ifornia arrived Tuesday by planeto
Moms To the glass of papaya juice left ents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Murphy spend the holidays with his INC.
Were adorning the bushes and on the shelf. has reported to his new assign- parents Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert ,

cocoanut palms. ment, in England. Mears.
He turned with a jerk and bounced Bertha Westbrook is spendingthe Eddie Clemmons left this week

The sleeping kiddies were dream- into his car. Christmas holidays with her for Detroit Michigan where he.
he still had to will spend the holidays.
ing in glee Remembering go sister in the Virgin Islands.
Hoping for water skis under the very far. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Robbinsof Carol Sue Hutchinson of Boyn-
I tree. Scotia, New York have arriv- ton Beach will spend the holidayswith
1h; He shifted the gears and steppedon ed to spend the winter. her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .

i They all knew that Santa was the gas Kathleen Thacker daughter of H. Hutchinson. Also guests of 1
the main he went the Hutchinsons Sunday will be
well his Up
on way Mrs. Stella Thacker and a stu A
In a Mercedes Benz instead of a like a flash. dent at Osceola High School has Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hause and
Mr. and Mrs. Don Delk and son
W. H. sleigh.
contest involvingthe
won an essay
And I heard him exclaim as he David of Tampa.
Jamie McPheeters television
And soon he arrived and startedhis went on his way. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Good have
show. She appeared on Channel
work "MERRY CHRISTMAS. Y'ALL- returned to their home in Orange
He hadn't a minute to linger or SHOR WISH I COULD 9 Monday evening and presented -' Gardens after a visit is India.
a set of Compton's ency-
shirk. STAY!
napolis IncL ,

... ... John Nelson, former residentof ;
-C.u" "con- mMreca nM uuin mot mmm WM.T TM MOMICT r ntc.e.ebC.Y Nw..V
.!iMrr kw' yl: Ir 4.OyPr: ..yYyDn., .? the Gardens, passed away js:
Wednesday at Duluth, Minn.

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Visit LegionSanta

Claus will supervise the
gift exchange for the American
_c '- ,- -s__ .- Legion Post No. 10 and the Aux-
iliary Christmas party in the
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Adult members are to bring 'u... .
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y small children are requested to
f" bring a small gift for them. I

The junior members will sing _
several Christmas songs and Miss '
Randi Beard will give an interp-

". a, ''1Fpk retive dance which: she gave
.Fan. ? i
F, tr'ku while a resident of Germany.
Lunch will be served during the

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Hours Announced '
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ST. CLOUD Taverns and
bars in St. Cloud haveijeen- Iven 1Your Christmas will
permission by the City Commission
to remain open until 3 a.m.. overflow with health
New Year's Eve. ,
Motion made by Comfissioner
.4 a3 and happiness.
Charles Hodgins was seconded by
John B. Hudson and passed by a
S four to one vote with Mrs. Ruth

Ferro dissenting.Mrs. Starling Chevrolet Inc.OUR
St Ferro said people wouldbe .
better off at home and not on
the streets endangering their own
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Kissimmee Motor Court News 1

Day School Plans Winter Residents :r i

Christmas Program Continue To ArriveBy N V'I

tty MUS. D. LORAN CLEADALLMr. St. Petersburg Sunday.Mrs. e
Pr.: and Mrs. U. O Sudduth of the Rev. M. C. Kittle dis-
and Mrs. Frank Hall were A. P. Freeman was a 1
fivin iMin-Ria have iviumod to trict erintendent. Mr. Fred
calling on David Ellerson and caller on Mrs. Wilbert Greer FrIday -!
their \\"inter residence on 5th Sum alt was song leader for
.\\',,'. the' sessions There was a good Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pyle Sun afternoon. i
afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Mosier, .
I day
Tlie Kev. C. J. Goodspeed i is representation' from the churches -
Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Cortrightwere Vedersburg, Michigan visited Mr. 1
visittn):' his ;1)):<<.'mother. in Batten -: of the district.
Rouge LiAirs.. Goodspeedis I The ReRalph Haynum of Wednesday evening dinner and Mrs. A. M. Collier Sunday.
I of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Mrs. Violet Hosier accompaniedMr.
)Kiiost of Mrs. Ovada Phillips 1 Miami and two young daughterswere guests
of his the Evans in Orlando. and Mrs. Claude Berger to
,luring his absence. guests parents
1'I Mrs.: Thelma Dowell and Mrs. Melbourne Sunday afternoon. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Charles \\' itt'11.1"t' Rand Mrs. J. C. Baynum
returned for the 'during the convention. Harriett Wohlfert were callers of There were six tables of 500 1
I Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Pruyne Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Seyfried and one of canasta in play at the
_ :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark
" visited their son and family in Saturday afternoon. card party held in the Lodge Friday -
made a business trip to Pennsylvania
Orlando over the weekend.The Mrs. Bessie Eubanks spent the evening.Mr. 1 C' ; 7
the past, week. December meeting of theWoman.s week end in Clearwater. She was and Mrs. Pearl Cortrightwere 1
Phillip O*bol11{. who has been
Christian TemperanceUnion called there by the death of a Sunday guests of their LONG
visiting his )grandparents, the was held in the Christianand cousin. daughter and husband. Mr. and 1 ( '
Uev and Mrs. Charles Baker,!
Missionary Alliance Church Mrs. Peg Poulos and Peter Hil- Mrs. Harold Oldenburg in Ori i
has returned to his home in LUXURIOUS
on Monday evening. The program denbrand were fishing at Merritt ando. i -
Canada. under the directionof Island Wednesday.Mr. Mrs. Conrad Seyfried visited ,
Mr. William T. Childs of Kis- Mrs. Mary Frankenfield was and Mrs. John Nehls Or- Mrs. Leona Akenhead and daughter SOFAS

simmee completed his term as an interesting one. Miss Mildred lando were Saturday evening Mrs. Verna Eaton Sunday af I .,
supply pastor at the Christianand Overrein presided. The Rev. De- ,
guests of the former's sister. Mr. ternoon. i
Missionary Alliance Churchthe Lette Cooley played two accor- and Mrs. Jake Balding.Mrs. Mesdames C. F. Littell. Violet .
past Sunda)'. His ministry dion solos. Miss Inez Rickard Lena McIntyre was a caller Hosier and Jack McNall attended !wyCe yam
was much appreciated by all,I read an interesting article. on Mrs. William Pichorst dur- the Christmas meeting of the i
who attended the servict's.I I I Mr. Joseph Reynolds recited ing the week. W.S.C-S at the Bungalow Monday i
The Orlow Coles are building!I an original poem. The main
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Larson of afternoon. '
on their newly acquired lot on],:speaker was the Rev. C. J. Orlando were visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webster. I
Hope Wireman who spoke of his experiences Mrs. Samuel Crowl Saturday. South Weymouth. Mass. and Mr. 1 ,
The Reand Mrs. Henry T j: before his conversion Anderson call- and Mrs. John Miller of Canton,
Roe are expected to be at the! as a Kentucky outlaw and boot er on the Crowls. Ohio, arrived in the Court this ,
Christian_ and Missionary Alliance : legger. s SO COMFORTABLE EVEN TO PRICE.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pendexter. past week to spend the winter.
Church next Sunday. Mr. ZepherhiHs were Tuesday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Andy Walworthand 1 ; I
Roe f is candidating as interim I Chamber PersonnelTo guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Mr. and Mrs. Harold Glea- i

pastor. I Grout. dall were Saturday evening din. ,
Mrs.: Walter Hinshaw is recovering -, Be Changed Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Archam- ner guests at the St. Cloud Hotel. 1 I

well following surgery in I A bault were Thursday visitors in Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Elmer of i
complete change In -
Orange Memorial Hospital in i at the chamber of personnel commerce Orlando. I Lincoln. Michigan arrived in the : ; I
Oilando. !I
Mesdames Sewell Charles i ,
Grout Court Monday evening to spend
The Christian j|I has been ordered by the < S
Day School is Coburn and Lucian Archam- the winter. !
board of I
directors. It would become
presenting its Christmas
exercises -I bault were Tuesday afternoon
effective 1.
,in the Morrison in a statement issued after a guests of Mrs. Florence Dumas. Clerk Is
this Thursday evening atli.o. I board meeting recently, Horace Herman Bunker St. Peters- City

:: An interesting program is'I' Phipps, president, said, "ClamI burg spent several da"Sith Mr. Verbally AttackedBy ,I I
planned. The meeting is open to! ber of commerce directors and Mrs. Charles Coburn. 1111
the public. I faced with personnel and budget Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zatsky. JERRY BERSON -
The Mesdames Ross Beck, D.I problems, have asked a committee Whitehall. Michigan were Sunday ST. CLOUD A lengthy attackon 'Tn cftT !!'

G. Owlett and Milton ""ht'eler'were ''I to make recommenda- morning callers of Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Epperson by Commissioner L I nil L mivir'T
in Haines City during the I tions on an individual-male or E. E. Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. Kay- John B. Hudson throughthe

past week. female capable of assumingfull nor Scudder St. Cloud were af mouth of Commissioner Virgil -
Mrs. Edna Kamhout entertained -:I responsibility for the opera- ternoon callers in the Gilbert Brooks during a special meet-
cousins recently.I They have ing of the City Commission re- '
tion of the chamber as a one home. ; 1' 1 ,,
taken quarters at the Rainbow man staff. Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Johnson, sulted in a short press conference Iw
Trailer Park. I Named chairman of a special Bartow visited Mr. and Mrs. Wal- by the City perk. tI
:Mr[ and Mrs. Albert Smith of personnel committee was Earl ter Broomfield and Dr. and Mrs.C. Epperson and his alleged ac- 4 1 V

Athens. Ohio are occupying the Harris, of First Federal Savings F. Littell Sunday.Mr. tions of both commission and
Sylvia Patterson home. & Loan Association of Osceola and Mrs. Grover Branch. omission, were the main targetsof e

The Pilgrim Holiness Church County.: Serving with him will Moravia. New York, called on a five and one-half page report S .. 'i
of the be Wells of T. G. Lee signed by Hudson, read into .' '"l"i: U
Florida District held a Moon Mr. and Mrs. John Frazier Sta- '..i \ ;zf:
ministerial convention Dec. 10th Dairy, and Pete Hunt, urday and Mr. and Mrs. Newsom the minutes of the meeting by ... : 5".. .
called Monday evening.Mr Brooks. -
on -
The most serious '
allegation -
and Mrs. Bert Hillsgroveand . I
made against Epperson read as
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan HolI COMFORTABLECHAIRS .
OFFICE: CHERRY 1.5395! follows: "The report, (dated Nov.
-.. R.CEi-'CEI:. 847.3444NIXIE I comb visited Lou Smith at the 22, 19631, clearly indicates, on its '
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the petition or petitions with the
.TlU -- Alpha Eta Chapter registration books of the city and

JAMES', .. L. HUTCHINSON ascertain the number of signers it
J-l M Mtlrcpititonntvronr*Ccif.ilonfi To Hold Banquet
:+t Ji" \f. Hi \;fj whoare. qualified, _voters _of the
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.Mrsr Lewis' ol
'f. ;' '11(;t' : ; "Visiblyipset{ and angry: Ep.
Florida State Delta Kappa Gam- person requested that the press I *. ALL STYLES AND MAKES-
METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ma International, will be the meet in his office for (
state- t1f
. guest speaker at the initiation .
and banquet meeting of Alpha The clerk then read that por-
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EtA Chapter when they meet Fri. tion of the charter which states .

day evening at the Holiday Inn. that he must ascertain if the U
The chapter is receiving four active signers are qualified voters of ',' .
members and one honorary the city and then said "My job

member. Mrs. Mildred Lawrence, was simply to see that the signers -
(c7r author of children's books has were registered voters of the
; been and not whether the
nominated for honorary city signatures -www I*%
membership. The new active were the same as they appear *
members are Miss Margaret on the rolls."
PEACE Haines, Mrs Herschel Redgraveof One of the commissioners who 'k
Kissimmee Mrs. Frances participated in the attack on the = A COMPLETE SELECTION |

Wooddell and Mrs. Ida Zucca. City Clerk appeared in his office
Honorary members also expectedto after the press conference and
attend are Miss Florida How- indicated that no personal animosity OF VANITIES %

Christmas ard and Miss Clara Wendell. was intended toward Ep

Mrs. Turner (Elaine Ham- person and added that he should %
= true Joy reign mond will present the speakerand "Forget It." AND DESKS FOR A GIFT

1 s //, \V\ ; s will present the new members. The City of Kissimmee received THAT WILL LAST I
Table decorations are red and 58.91341 from cigarette tax
gold bells with crystal and red collections for the month of October '
JAMES L HUTCHINSON vases filled with holly Mrs. Holland Richard B Keating, state ; THROUGHOUT THE YEARS ?

(Mary) Stebbins is in beverage; department director an-
Insurance Consultant
Metropolitan fharge. nounced recently.


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'humble shepherds who first heard the .

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wonder of God's overwhelming love for i PARKS FURNITURE CO. ;

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TY.fj-ifI -=_: : jf*.' *..-... r lives to bring you great joy! I WE WILL NOT BE OPEN ON SUNDAYS

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Garden Club NewsCircles i A "Freedom Stamp" project Esther Circle 8 The Klssfanroee Gaxette, Klsslmmee, Fbu, Thar, Dee. 19. 1988
:, i has been adopted by the circleall Osceola High Honor I I Held MeetingThe
0 garden clubbers are asked to..
Hold Gala save commemorative or histori- Esther Circle of the First
cal stamps from Christmas mail. Roll Announced ,United Presbyterian Church held
Mrs. Corwin Bennett will collect {the December meeting at thehome
; Christmas PartiesBy them at the next general meeting. The honor roll for Osceola High Kowalsld, Linda Lupfer. Kathleen of Mrs. Harry Doughty
These will be given, free to the second six weeks Wilkie. Steve Thacker, Edith Stephens -1705 Catherine Street Mrs.
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stamp collectors in the Far East tournament was announced this Pamela Goodrich, Rosilyn Charles Dowd was cohostess.Mrs. .
SALLY COOPKRRIDEKChriMmas I held on the upcoming and Africa, as a personal good week. It includes: Goold, Wanda Paulk Lynn Ran Sam Prather, chairman,
was the theme of:Homes the Annual Flower will contact under World Garden- Ninth grade: Janet Davison, dell. Martha Sessions, David Al- [opened the meeting with prayer.
two -iivle moot ing* this past!.and a proposed flower ; ing.During Janet Kauffman Will Meade lemier Frank Kozma, Ronald ]a short poem and the reading of
week workshop. Fourteen members the game period Mrs. Chris Lohmann, Alex Diggs, Lin- York, Cheryl Hartley, Stephanie the Christmas story.
The Rose Qrcle eeting was in swered the roll call, with Fred Usher, Miss Elon Guice da Schmidt Randy Langston, Jewell, Sharon Hawk. Mrs. John Summers had chargeof
the form of a Christmas workshop Robert Smith and Mrs. H. and Mrs. Corwin Bennett were Lois Land, Susan Warden. Eleventh grade: Connie Win [ the devotions. Dr. Olive Fish
at the lovely home of Mrs, Williams, as hostesses. prize winners. A gift exchangewas Tenth grade: George Pyle, frey, Judy Posey, Joyce Baxter, conducted the study period.len .
Albert Rogers, for an all day The Hibiscus Circle met made under the direction of Betty Jacobs, Sandy Smith, Nik- Donna Elkins Marcie Lombardy. Earl Johns, Gale Boyd,
artivity. Much was accomplished their annual Christmas :Mrs. Stetson Tarver, Program Joe Sandra Warden Peggy Armstrong
ki Ungaro. Lorne Allers, Shclia Daniels, Joan Elliott. Juli- WISHING YOU A MERRY CHRISTMASOWEN
Clever candle holders were madefrom the home of Mrs. Neid. chairman. Mrs. George Mansfieldwas Brenda Pipkin Sandra anne Miles Wayne Kauffman
milk weed pods arrangements ly executed painted pine co-hostess. Plant or move deciduous trees. Reed Jeannie Skinner Bill Hank- Sandra Adams, Randy Beard,
created, materials sprayedin decorations prepared by Roses can stand cold, however, This can be done through Feb. ins, Kay Dunlap, Rani Early,' Ruth Hale, Dottie Marble Den GODWIN'S
line .. they need care and watching for Plants or trees in can be plant-
a production mannerAlso. Neid's grandchildren, were Bobby Bass. nis Kowalski, Susan Hale. Donna i
31 tray favors were madeto extensively throughout the black spot. Alternate weekly ing at any time. Twelfth grade: Peggy Harrel- Kinney, Susan Lohmann GATORLANDCHRISTMAS
be distributed by the therapy During the business feeding of foliar and earth foodis Not trim back Daylily leaves, son Linda Moak Elva Lee Mun- D.C.T.: Ken Baker Jo Car I
chairman. Mrs. C. Conk '. advisable. wait until the cold is over.
W. ) Mrs. Henry Szankiewicz son, Karen Hansell, Chuck Wha done Judy Powers. Judy Tyner.
The business Now is the time to- Happy Gardening !
meeting( was presided chairman, reported 3 doz.
o"erMrs., Fred Burton ture arrangements had been
Vice-pres. Mrs.; Roy Hansel l led en to rest homes, with
me devotions. Discussions were made cookies to follow I

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10 The Kissimmee Gazette, Klsslimnee, FUu, Urars, Dec. 19, 1963 '

I CC Jf AISIS111 lal 1E D7A\D S O OMinimum

.-.: \ said Court at Kissimmee.. Osceola
charge up I County. Florida. on the 26th day Festival CPresentee horus: NO JOB TOO BIG or too small

to 15 words_.__._.........75c ARTICLESfOR REALTORAMABUY of November./GLENN A. D.RAY 1963. when it comes to commercialpriatfeg.

Each additional word.... 5c I Clerk of Circuit Court Call an-&! today
SALE Osceola County Florida and ask for Mr. Mean for free
Classified Display CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) L MessiahLift
estimates on job work.
(Boxed) per inch........$1.10 I FOR SALE: Two bikes. Boys'JI Attorneys for Plaintiff YotrH be glad you dBd. .
Deadline for all Classified Kissimmee. Florida ST. CLOUD The Osceoll Up Your Heads. 0 Ye
24" and 26". Good condition. $8 Nov. 28. Dec. 5. 12. 19. 1963
Advertising 5 P.M.Tuesday i and $12. Call 847-2576. YOUR HOME County Festival Chorus presented Gates and The Hallelujah Chorus ,
NOTICE TO BIDDERS selections from Handel's or with the audience standing.
stove '
prior to IEB'f1ElOBRJLt9t.
FOR SALE-14 ft. fibreglass boat. BEFORE JANUARY 1 1st. all interested bidders that the atorio. THE MESSIAH to an Arias: Every Valley shall be.

CLASSIFIED 35 HP Mercury Motor. Also Board of County Commissioners of audience of more than 200 people exalted (tenor), But who may US.DFUItflTUIt.E
Osceola County. Florida will
ADVERTISING RATES trailer. Call 847-4372. GET HOMESTEAD ceive sealed bids until 10:00 A.M.re-. Sunday in the High School abide the day of His coming*

December 23. 1963. for reinforcedarch Auditorium.The (bass). He Shall Feed His Flock *

Phone 847-2881 FOR SALE-Kay % bass fiddle. EXEMPTION.; Florida concrete State culvert.Road meeting Department the sixth annual presentationwas like a Shepherd (contralto), Re- 4w.N-Thurmond I
1960 model like new. Call 847. specifications. of 1011 "gt.rdi. dftLAMOOJFtowMi
Delivery is to be sponsored by Woman's joice Greatly 0 Daughter

To Place Your Ad 4583 after 5:30 p. m. Number made as contained and specifications In specifications.be of St Cloud with Samuel E. Zion (soprano). The Trumpet
CARD OF THANKS We wishto FOR SALE: Deluxe cabin frs on FOR SALE '7600 '1900 down and 55 Month. obtained from Glenn Ray, Clerk. Wood, high school bandmaster Shall Sound (bass). .
Board of County f.r-AH Occml nELLIE
express our appreciation for pickup truck sleeps 4. Refrigerator Courthouse. Kissimmee.CommIssioners Florida. conducting. Recitatives: Comfort ye my

everyone's help during our fire gas etc. Ideal for Immediately following the time Soloists were Mary Lou Met- people saith your God (tenor), HUGH'S

and thanks for the articles camping hunting fishIng. Al- :above shown the proposals received alf, soprano; Ruth Hall contralto Thus Saith the Lord (bass), Be-
and at- will be publicly opened and read.
given to help us over the bad uminum. Cost $3,000 sacrificefor 2 Bedroom, comfortably I The County reserves the right to ; William Schwarts tenor; hold! A Virgin Shall Conceive FLORIST

times. Especially the VFW the 2250. Excellent condition. 'tractively, small corner lot, large oak reject formalities.any and all bids and to waive and George Hardy bass. (contralto), There were shep-

Red Cross and all of our Like new. Phone 847-2S33. trees new utility room. Excellent BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS Mrs. J. Carroll Crispin pi- herds abiding in the Field. And IS*KUDWAt M74S1I)
neighbors. carport, OF anist; and Mrs. Marjorie Krotts. Lo! The Angel of the Lord Came

Mr. and Mrs. John Miner FOR SALE Used lumber storge. Pine panelled kitchen, double sink, OSCEOLA FLORIDA COUNTY. organist. accompanied the chorus Upon Them And the Angel Said

and family plumbing supplies galvanized washer-dryer . Clean and ready to be (SEAL,) and soloists. Unto Them (soprano). Then LEARN BARBERING

roofing full inch material suit. By HARRIS Chairman G. DANIEL Chorus selections: And the Shall The Eyes of the Blind Be 'a._,. T..r retvr !. a

able for farm and: ranch use. lived Dec. 12. 19. 1963 Glory of the Lord 0 Thou That Opened (contralto). Behold I welJ. *J'.lal pnfeado..'

CLERKDISPATCHER Evans Hardware 8474564. in.FLORIDA NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETINGThe Tellest Good Tidings to Zion. Tell You a Mystery (bass). Day%'A.a A rnht Approved Classes

regular annual meeting of For Unto Us A Child is Born, At the end of the Hallelujah Orlando Barber College
BOAT FOR SALE-16 fibre- REALTYCOUNSELORS the Shareholders of the First Na- Chorus the audience remained 3399 S. OrmBK B1MBI Tr.
offshore wide tional Bank of Kissimmee. for the
glass type, &aMCaIl.
election of Directors and the trans- St. Cloud Club seated for a Silent Benedictionuntil
deep safe. Side curtains back action of such other business as the chimes sounded.
J drop. New convertible top and INC. may be properly presented, will be
held at the offices of the bank in Held BazaarThe THE MESSIAH was first pre-
Application being accepted to ere- new battery. 35 HP electric Kissimmee. Florida on Saturday. sented in Dublin. April 13. 1742 '
ate eligible Hit with Police Dept. starting Evinrude and trailer. 2 Broadway Kissimmee January 4. 1964 at 2:30 o'clock P.M. Woman's dub of St Cloud _
Male or female typing required Allen D. Carroll. Cashier held a successful bazaar with a massed chorus of singers Parks Furniture Co.Fat .
Sat- ,
847-4361 after 5 p.m. or 847-3156 847-3157 very
Dec. 12. 19 26. 1963. Jan. 2. 1964 from two Cathedrals.( The Mes-
45 word per minute no age urday. tec. 14. in their Club building.Mrs. .
miracle that ssf Yew
siah had been
a Pr.atpf Rpp.le
limit, no experience necessary. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT. Mildred Leach, chairman of
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL- FOR RENT: Large 3-bedroom un- IN AND FOR had lifted the soul of George RinilOERATO*
Application may be picked up at OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA the Ways and Means, was assisted
furnished house screenedinfront Friderick Handel from the ....... S47-4171
Chief of Police office. HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. FILE NO. 5797 by many club members working
CO. 1110 porch carport good location IN RE: ESTATE OF ) depths of despondency: It would
Last date file i Janusry
to application * NANNIE REESE JOHNSTON.) under the supervision of various
nice living near lake in bring hope to the world. At his
let.Clvi ST. 3 Room Deceased. ) chairmen of
orange grove $49-50 month. Ed- Grouping .........__...-...-....?.____) the circles. A death April 14, 1759, England Christian Science
... die demons 8472380. '289.50 NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO snack bar, supervised by Mrs. his adopted country gave him
Service Board BARGAIN BABN ALL CREDITORS AND ALL James Renneker of Circle No. 5 Society
Police: and Fire.Department 'Combs le; ZIpptn Je'; -T*.&'' Foam Mattress with Box Spring PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR served an excellent lunch. Mrs. its greatest honor by buryinghim
Brushes 7e,; Ear Bob 3*'; Shoal Lots $10 down $8 month. Visit DEMANDS AGAINST S A I D ES- in Westminster Abbey. Each Wed. 8 p.m.
City of KiMimmee 87e Socks 19e Pillow 'h J. W. Geel chairman of Circle
; ; ; Tropical Park on route 441 in 39.95 TATE. Robes for the Chorus were 309 N. Randolph
Shirts $1; Pants $1; Dresses and each of here-
You you. are No.3 with
Mr*.Jess Thacker: ,secretary: $1.60; Bug SSe; Nylons Sk. ;. North Kissimmee. Open any 2-PC LIVING ROOM SUITE by notified and required to present many helpers -furnished by Flia Bapilt: Sunday services 11 a.m.
and examiner. Haakits 6e; PaatlN'16e; B Jto time. Welcome. any claims and demands which atteractive jewelry and Church First Methodist Church Sunday School 9t3O a.m.GREEN'S .
15e; Caps 15*; Spreads $2.5 ;(; 89.95 you. or either of you may have cnkk-knacks. Mme. Florence Ide
Hair Nets 4o; T-shirts SBe;' against the estate of Nannle Reese and First Presbyterian Church;
Nearly Everybody Trade at The FOR RENT Large trailer sleeps 4-PC. BEDROOM SUITE Johnston deceased, late of Osce and Joseph Kessler offered delicious and of
Bargain Barn. Come t. Slbert: three. Small child only $60 I I organ piano courtesy
per ola County. Florida to the Count baked goods from Circle
Mills Warehouse In D..eaport. I I 79.95 Streep Music Co., Orlando; ush- FUEL
Judge of Osceola County. County
month. Utilities extra. Two cot.
POSITIONSOPEN Immediately. Follow the slcvs. No. 6. From Circle No. 2 there
Courthouse in Kissimmee. Florida. members of St. Cloud
ers were
BARGAIN BABN. tages.each $35 per month util 15 Styles To Choose FromSIRON'S within six months from the date of originated unique Christmas trimmings -
Open Week JOsys And Sundays;, ities extra. Room and bath the first publication of this notice. by Mmes. Eugene Huntly Assembly The Order of Rain- Sales and Service
Each claim or demand must be bow for Girls; auditorium cour-
To.Fill Vacancies Now Existing "-- --- with cooking privileges. Utili In writing and must state the piece and Sara Ahrens. Fancy work of T. J. Gannarelli.
ties extra. Heavens View trailer of residence and post office ad- and aprons were for sale by Circle tesy PHONE M7-4172 S47-4171
FURNITURE855.5631ORLANDO dress of the claimant and must be
Patrolman-age 21.35.high school FOR RENT court near new junior high sworn to by the claimant his No.1. whose chairman is KISSIMMa

graduate. .-.J. school. 1518 Ernest Street. 847- agent or his attorney. or it will Camilla Boston. Members of Cir SAND ROCK
Fireman 2135 high school) L 4138. 5924 S. Blossom Trail become void according to law. MORTAR MIX For Gas Delivery:Phone
age FOR RENT: Efficiency $40.00. I Orange Each creditor shall deliver sufficient cle No. 5 aided other circles as Harold Wigd 847-2058
graduate. copies of his claim to enable needed. STEEL & WIRE MESH R. A. Fletcher 8474539Knn1h
Utilities furnished. "Ohio [ BLUE Lustre not only rids carpets -
Experience not the County Judge to mall one BUdse
necexary. leaves soft to each personal Prizes were won by Fannie
Apartments, 108 N. Vernon or of soil but pile representative.Dated
Pay range S75-S92 eeklr. December 5. 1963.J. Hurst, a cake; Mrs. Fred Brenn- 092-7695 (St. Cloud]
Application be picked at phone 8473669. and lofty. Rent electric sham- . REESE JOHNSTON.As 1 For Go Service: Phone
may up fleck Christmas
a candle Mr.
Parks Furniture ; i Executor of the Last ; >ZAT-lEX LJJ
pooer REAL'ESTATE 1. 8. RowMrM 847-4062
Chief of Police office Chief of
or FOR RENT: Furnished house in Company. ... Will and Testament of the Robert Lewis a doll and a stool; 1 Robert Allen
Fire office. Estate of Nannle Reese
Dept. the country. Also furnished -- --- Johnston. Deceased.Dec. Mrs. Mary Croes a stool; and Emory Irontoft 847-4570

.Last date to file applications is Jan: apartments. % mile West of In. APARTMENTS FOR ,RENT 19. 12 19. 26. Jan. 2. 1963 Marjorie Krotts jewelry. Leo Girourd '''7.2061It

uarr 1st. tercession City on 1792. Arthur $11 $12 per week. Mrs. Paul FOR SALE: 4 BR CB 1% bath Mrs. Joseph Watson president H. Hal 892-1212 St. Cloud

Many Chit fringe Service benefits: Board i Howse. Davis, 114 Emmett Street. I built-in kitchen, intercom builtin one LEGAL 1953 NOTICE-Be Bulek four-door It known sedan will that thanks all for their efforts and or cell H.847-4819 T. Simmons,Mgr.

Police and Fire Departments hi-fi. Within 2 blocks of new be offered for sale at Gene's Garage patronage. KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX
of KiwimmeeMrs. BRACE yourself for a thrill the FOR RENT Kitchenette.: Jr. High School. 'Call 847-2703. 1215 N. Main, on December Robert O'8.rry 847.3219
first time you use Blue Lustre rooms and trailer apartmentswith 19. 1963. for unpaid repair. charges.Gene C. G. Tvnr 847-4487

.JCM .secretaryand to clean rugs. Rent electric lake and shuffleboard. By FOR- SALE: Good investment 9 Canale. Dec. 12. 19. 1963 Lutheran Church Phone:. 847-3524 lohn Evans. St. Cloud 8923482Radio

examiner. I shampooer $1. Parks Furni- week month or year. Capitol apartments completely rented Installs Members
LEGAL NOTICE-Be it known that _
ture Co. Motel. St. Cloud. Hwy. 441. walking distance to businessarea. one 1955: Chevrolet four-door sedan
In excellent reoair.. nicely Owned by D. N. Brown will be of- Installation service for the SfftVICK
fered for sale at Gene's Garage. newly elected members to the and SAUS-
furnished See me for details,
1215 N. Main on December 27. 1963
FOR MEN ONLY 524,500. Florence Harnett As- lor storage charges. Gene Canale. Church Council was held Sunday ELECTRICAL NCE5PARKS

Give the in soc. with W. H. Morse Corp. Dec. 12. 19. 1963 morning at Trinity Lutheran cojvun Molt FutNBMMCS
your 323 Broadway 8473133. Church in Kissimmee. Those Installed T

Mr Hv life [wife or daughter] a NINTH IN THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT.IN COURT.. were Messrs. George Sie- V FURNITURECO.

I 1 gift that will last a lifetime.A AND FOR OSCEOLA gel Richard Guelde. William

1 FOR SALE COUNTY CHANCERY FLORIDAIN NO. 6468 Timmerman and Major H. F. _

INC..a Florida corporation. ) Sunday School Christmas
vs. ) program will be given Sunday NORRiS CLEANERS

MODELING AND DOCKA BERNARD G. WEST. et al.. ) evening December 22, 7:00. Ten

FINISHING SCHOOLCALL ..m....... Defendants.. )) living pictures in a lighted frame KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
FORECLOSURE OF with a Bethlehem scene for a
0 ,9COOKJWITh GAS CARLEEH McCUISTON REAL BARGAINCALL MECHANIC'S LIEN background will be presented by 103 East Dakin. Phone 8474941ROTHROCK
at 847-3088 $1 0000 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,the children. Cookies and punch

under a Final Decree entered by I will be-served after the program. .
nmI -- 8472881or the Judge of the Circuit Court of I
the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and The Christmas Eve Candlelight
RANGES ABE GAS RANGES for Osceola County. Florida on the
: Service will be held on Tuesday
6th day of December. 1963. in a
Flexible and efficient meeting
December 24 7:30. The SEPTIC
evening ,
n'I 8474456Attention certain Mechanic's Lien Foreclosure
every modem cooking need Fast;
proceedings between RUSSELL
sermonette by the pastor the
clean economical cooking. Man. HOUSE MOVERS. INC.. a Florida
ual controls or tUlly automatic.You corporation. Plaintiff and BER- Rev. Henry Young. will be entitled -
can expect outstanding per. I Builders-See us for NARD G. WEST and DOROTHY "Great Names that Revealthe TANK CO.
ionnanc with a distinctive t'R building lots in various loca- A. WEST his wife, and EXPRESS- Truth of Christmas."
WAY HOMES. INC., a corporation.
"'"""' '-! Green's Fuel Gas Range.GREEN'S tions in town. Priced from J750 Defendants being Chancery No.
up. Come in and discuss withus 6468. I will sell at public auctionto
w .1.1i the highest bidder for cash at Two To Graduate CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS.
the in which
area you planto the County Courthouse in the Qty
FU build. Contact Florence Har of Kissimmee. Osceola County. From U. of FloridaThe SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE FOR EVERY NEED.
i Florida
at the hour of 12:00 o'clock
-.... -' nett associate with W. H. Morse noon on December 27, 1963, that CEMENT WORK 280 GALLON CREASE TRAPS
La ,. University of Florida has
., Corp. 847-3133. P.O. Box 330, certain parcel of real property de-
rr-. ... . t.w. t. cribed as follows announced 836 candidates for degrees
J"HE 'J1 .." .. . '. 323 Broadway.FOR : -
.. : .. .. West % of Lot 67. PINEDALE for the fall term
t.%... . ... - SUBDIVISION according to plat a jumpof 15 YEARS EXPERIENCEK.
.,, :,"-,_. ., . .. ".-". SALE: two homes ITS' x thereof recorded in Plat Book A. almost 200 candidates over the
'0 . . ......"..."; 128' on West Vine Street. Both page 26. Public Records of Osce fall trimester of 1962.
PARKS FURNITURE CO. : : : . .!l.:6l
: County. FloridLCIRCUIT C. ROTHROCK Owner and
.. . ."" .... :t... for 12000. Call 847-2398. W. L. ( COURT SEAL) Among the candidates will be Operator

. ;.... ........:. .-.. Ketchum. Is/ GLENN RAY Carlos M. Fernandez with a LOCATED AT KISSIMMEE TRANSIT-MIX CO.
"See Us For Your Gas Appliances"KISSIMMEE ". . .......... .-&..-. ... Clerk of Circuit Court Bachelor of Science in Physical
Hunter Pattlllo
; '- .: : .. FOR SALE Three bedroom
: :
213 W
ST. CLOUD t. 't Park Avenue Education and William Joseph
847-4171 892-2011 ... .. .'......:; house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x Attorneys Winter Park.for Plaintiff Florida Johnson, Bachelor of Science in PHONE 847-3524

"... .. .. .. -g 300. Air conditioned. Priced to December 19. 1963 AgI iculture.
.. . ..,
...! sell. Contact Betty Eby. 847-
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... .- ........., 2881 or 847-4286.

Any I

I POODLE GROOMING MUST SELL Dimension-Any Amount-CompetWvdy

Services Priced.
Phone 847-3670 Truck Bodies-Boat Trailers Horse Trailers
and Utility TraHers.BUILT .

Complete Mobile Welding Shop AH Work 6ueraefeed..
CommercialStructures Old Orlando Highway Near Livestock Market.


eldutR.' . That magic OF SUIT 3-BEDROOM WATERFRONT


In Its spell with wonderful memories AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCEOLA.
PHONE 847-3898
AdditionsAluminum STATE OF FLORIDA. In Chancery HOME 3 MILES FROM TOWN
friendships renewed . TIMOTHY HERRICK Plaintiff _
hopes for the future. vs. CATHERINE A. HERRICK -
Defendant NOTICE OF

And It's a time when.we want to S HRnv SUIT.CATHERINE The Std HERRICK.of Florida You to OSCEOLA TIRE

thank for all have done are hereby notified that a suit In
you you Terrazzo Floors 2 Full Tile
for us during the past twelve months. ... AlH.i HIR equity against for you divorce by Timothy has been Herrick brought In SERVICE ar:

the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial Baths 1,600' Floor .
We wish you much joy during this happy holiday A Osceola.Circuit State In of and Florida for County and of Space, ($) Custom Recapping
season and hope that good health and good fortune. s SteretnHttM..c! are hereby summoned ordered and Carport, Storage Rooms . .
will be yours during the New Year to come. required to file your written an- 223 3. BERMUDA
swer or defenses to the Complaint
filed herein against you in the Built-in Range, Oven, Garbage PHONE 847-297
above entitled cause in the office
Estimates of the Cleric of the Circuit Court
in and for Osceola County Florida.at Disposal.Lot .

Ste. I Kissimmee.his office FlorIda.In the Court on or House before In 85' 125' BE WISE ECONOMIZEEXTRA

L. U P FE R' S I and the 6th to serve day upon of January, A.D.answer 1964. x -

ur defenses and Me-
c. ....., Whlrter. Attorneys for Plaintiff QUALITY BLOCKS AT NO EXTRA COST.
herein, whose address Is Post Office SEE YOUR REALTOROR
Insurance Agency Box 348. Kissimmee. Florida. PHONE 847-4021
TRIANGLE' : I on or before said date as requiredby
f1Y3'N law. If you fail to do so. a Decree CALL
1_ BUXL NG.. Pro Confesso win beagainst entered
for the relief demanded -
you ,
11 ,Swrt Ie: in the complaintWLTNESS 847-2881 847-445

-.12-.1ht .Y' Nud... .. M-S47-4121 PMM .t-ms, I said Circuit my Court band as of Clerk OsceoJa of or NEPTUNE ROAD KISSIMMiC

-. -- County, Florida and the seal of

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