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r ?: Library Florida Memorial College 15800 N.W. 42nd Avenue 33054 affis, . JE S- r VOLUME 3 1953 Published by The Senior Class Of FLORIDA NORMAL INDUSTRIAL MEMORIAL COLLEGE SAINT AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA 1 .aJL- ' - 5, FOREWORD P When the memories of coquina halls and moss- hung trees have faded with the years, our annual will serve to breach the gap and recapture the heart-warming scenes of a fond past. We present " The Arch " of Nineteen Fifty-three to preserve, if but few, the raptured moments of this fleeting hour. 9 % tk DEDICATION We, the Class of 1953, dedicate this edition of " The Arch " to Mr. Frank T. Wilson, Jr. whose loyalty and fidelity have gone far in making this a successful year. We are proud of the fact that he has been our sponsor for three years. It is a privilege to humbly dedicate this book, which appears as a meager offering to his noble sacrifices and hardships. I. As the breeze through moss-hung trees Seems to sing thy sacred name Thy sons and daughters love to spread O ' er all the land thy well earned fame. II. We love thy halls, coquina walls And the friends who gave thee birth, The truth we learned as each heart yearned For higher, nobler things on earth. III. Should future years bring joy or tears, To thy name we ' ll e ' er be true. To thee, we pledge our loyalty And dedicate our lives to you. Chorus Florida Normal ! Florida Normal ! How we love to sing thy praise! We ' ll be loyal; ever loyal. And for thee our voices raise. Marie Evangeline Ferguson » r tt THE ARCH " STAFF SEATED, left to right; Theressa Holland, Mary Frances Blue, Eloise Mullen. STANDING: Frank T. Wilson (Advisor), Bragg Turner, Sarah Anderson, Odice Palmer, and Eunice Thompson. Editor Lillie J. Graham Co- Editor Mary Frances Blue f I IVi 9 rOMI PRESIDENT R. W. PURYEAR Dear Seniors: As you go forth into a world desperately in search of peace, we sincerely hope that you will make a lasting contribution to so great and worthy a goal. Guided by our basic philosophy here at the College may you find your life venture an exciting and challenging one, remembering al- ways that our best wishes and prayers go with you. As you become a part of our alumni, may your loyalty and devotion to the cause of Christian Education find its function in the help you give your Alma Mater. As our " Living Endowment " , with the imbued mem- ories of your years spent here, ask not for special pri- vilege, but achieve in the true faith of excellence in char- acter and profession. Yours truly, R. W. Puryear President DEAN DANIEL L SMITH Dear Seniors: We feel that you have studied assiduously to com- plete your college work and take your rightful place in upholding the traditions of the College, while establishing yourselves as first rate voting citizens of your community. Your training here at the College should equip you with a better un- derstanding of how to live socially, educationally, and economically in your neighborhoods, and, in the meantime, help you to develop others both formally and informally. Yours truly, Daniel L. Smith, Dean ADMINISTRATIVE FACULTY WALTER L. STORRS Director of Religious Life A.B., Virginia Union University S.T.M., Andover Newton Theological Seminary i fk LORENZO J. THOMAS Dean of Men and Director of Athletics B.S., Morgan State College M.A., New York University " % " v r » " • FRANK T. WILSON, JR. Registrar A.B., Lincoln University, Pa., M.A., Columbia University VIVIAN E. COPELAND Dean of Women A.B., West Virginia State College E, WHITFORD WARE Director of Rural Church Extension A.B., J. B. Stetson University Th.M., Southern Baptist Theoligical Seminary JAMES S. MILLER Librarian A.B., Morehouse College EDWARD K. WEAVER Director of Teacher Education B.S., Langston University M.S., Iowa State University Ed.D., Columbia University LYDIA R. CUTTON Faculty Representative to Administrative Council A.B., Clark College 10 ACADEMIC FACULTY MONTEZ B. MORROW Physical Education for Women B.S., Virginia State College M.A., New York University WILLIAM L. BROWN English B.S., Virginia State College M.A., Columbia University JOSIE B. GREER Social Science A.B., Oberlin College M.A., Oberlin University ' ■I GENEVA F. WEAVER Physical Education B.S., West Virginia State College M.A., New York University B. H. PURYEAR Education B.S., Winston-Salem Teachers College M.A., Prairie View A M College ..0: ,0fm- HENRY WILLIAMS Music B.S., Morgan State College M.A., Columbia University LESTER T. WHITELOCKE Religion B.S., Florida Normal Industrial Memorial College S.T.B., Seminary of the Pacific ALTA I. GREENE Social Science B.A., Jones Millikin College B.S., M.A., University of Wisconsin 11 JAMES MARTIN Bookkeeper GLADYS JOHNSON Dietitian MATTHEW THOMAS Horticulturist ROSA TURNER Kitchen Helper STAFF CORNELIA R. JONES Secretary to Veterans ' Office ALLEN SAPP Maintenance Department « » MARY THOMAS Dormitory Housekeeper 12 JAMES STIRRUP Chief Cook I WILLIAM BYRD Maintenance Department ■--■ ' ■■ .;;■:■ L. A. TERRY Custodian STAFF BETTIE R. LANG Secretary to the President WILMA R. THOMAS Secretary to the Registrar ODESSA BROWN Assistant Librarian JAMES T. WALLACE Cashier FRANCES M. WALKER House Directress, Bacon Hall WILLIAM N. ZANDERS Field Agent LOUIA D. SHIVERY House Directress, Fisher Hall 4k taa - i ' ' ROBERT H. SAUNDERS Veteran ' s Advisor ROBERT E. JOYNER Assistant Coach 13 VOCATIONAL TRADES FACULTY LEROY CALHOUN Carpentry LEWIS GRANBERRY Masonry THOMAS A. LANG Coordinator of Trades Auto Mechanics WILLIAM RHINES Shoe Repairing k G. X. PELLICER Printing 14 4 r 15 Mi 1 | i SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS BRAGG LOUIE TURNER Vice-President Orlando, Fla. Elementary Education " Cap! " . . . " Jazzmo " . . . Collecting records. . . Y.M.C. A. 3,4; Dramatic Club 3,4; De- bating Society 3,4; Varsity Football Team 1,4; S.C.U.; Student Council 1,2; Big Sisters and Big Bros. If HARVEY LEE WOODS Business Manager Panama City, Fla. Elementary Education " Pop " ... set Mose ' s car on fire . . . " Have you seen Eloise? " . . . erstwhile basket- ball player; Student Council 3,4; Newspaper Editor; Y.M.C. A. ... a hunter of a fashion . . . " Write me an article. " MOSES OWENS President Panama City, Fla. Elementary Education " Mose " . . . that pout! . . . " ' Dis is Mose " . . . Mr. Presi- dent . . . now that Mildred ' s gone . . . Y.M.C. A.; Varsity " F " Club; Football Team; Forum . . . that trip to Wash- ington! . . . plugger. FRANKIE MAE McCULLOUGH Secretary Miami, Fla. Elementary Education " For true! " . . . that grin . . . College Choir 1,3; Y.W.C.A. 1,3; Big Sisters 1,3; Women ' s Senate 1,3; Future Teachers of America. WILESTER FRANKLIN Treasurer Seffner, Fla. Elementary Education " Stringbean " . . . sewing, soft- ball, collecting postcards, reading . . . Y.W.C.A.; Forum 1,2;S.C.U. 2,3; Future Teach- ers of America; Sunday School Teacher. THERON NATHANIEL SAWYER Chaplain Merritt, Fla. Elementary Education College Choir 1,3; . . . pianist of a sort. 17 mm H DOROTHY LOUISE ANDERSON Tampa, Florida Elementary Education " Dot " .... dancing, cooking, sewing .... Student Council. Zeta Phi Beta ANNIE HERSCHELL Mc GREEN Orlando, Florida Elementary Education " Mac! " . . . . collecting photos, reading, movies .... College Choir 1-3; Women ' s Senate; Y. W.C. A. 1-3; Big Sisters; Year- book Staff; Future Teachers of America. Zeta Phi Beta SARAH LILLIE ANDERSON Winter Garden, Florida Elementary Education Reading. . . . Y. W. C. A., Big Sisters and Big Bros., Student Council, S. C. U., Future Teachers of America, Yearbook Staff, Women ' s Senate. JOHNNIE MAE BRAM Jacksonville, Florida Elementary Education " Miss Johnnie " .... " Sho ' nuff! " .... collecting records .... Y. W. C. A., Women ' s Senate, Forum. Zeta Phi Beta MARY FRANCES BLUE Miami, Florida Elementary Education Typing, reading, writing let- ters, collecting candid shots . . . Dramatics Club; Pep Squad; Forum; S. C. U.; Student Coun- cil; Newspaper Staff; Women ' s Senate; Big Sisters and Big Bros.; Debating Society; Y. W. C. A.; Yearbook Staff; Future Teach- ers of America; College Choir. GUSSIE L. BUSH Marianna, Florida Elementary Education College Choir; Women ' s Senate .... singing, dancing, em- broidering. Zeta Phi Beta 18 JENNIE D. CUNNINGHAM Ocala, Florida Elementary Education Y. W. C. A.; Women ' s Senate, F.T.A. , sn. rf r ' } fk ' - : i r- .. " ' xf ' . i FRANKIE ELLIS Reddick, Florida Elementary Education Reading, Sewing, Drawing . Y. W. C. A.; F. T. A. HORATIO GRISBY Ft. Pierce, Florida Elementary Education F. T. A., Choir, Football Team LILLIE J. GRAHAM Bonifay, Florida Elementary Education " Lil " . . . . " Child, Sho ' nuff? " Sports, Movies, Reading .... Basketball Team, Student Council, College Choir, Y. W. C. A.; Softball Team, Pep Squad, Varsity " F " Club RUTH HART St. Augustine, Florida Elementary Education Drawing, Reading JAMES L. HEMPHILL Eagle Lake, Texas Physical Education Y. W. C. A .; Football, Track and Field Events 19 THERESSA HOLLAND St. Augustine, Fla. Elementary Education " Tress " . . . " Have you heard? " . . . Handicraft; Arts; Choir; Student Council; Yearbook Staff; Women Senate. CARLOS P. HOUSTON Pensacola.Fla. Physical Education " Carlo " . . . " Copasettic " . . . Basketball; Football; Track; Forum; Choir; Yearbook Staff; Varsity " F " Club. CLARICE M. HUGHES St. Augustine, Fla. Religion Hobby . . . Music. MILLICENT A. JACKSON Port St. Joe, Fla. Elementary Education " Millie " . . . " It ' s in the Book " . . . Dancing, Reading, Zeta Phi Beta, Y.W.C.A.; Creative Dance Group. MARY JENKINS Starke, Fla. Elementary Education Sewing, Typing, Music. ROSETTA JONES Lake City, Fla. Elementary Education " Mother Rose " . . . " Sugar, You ' re kiddin ' " . . . Sports, Reading, Crocheting, Y.W.C. A.; College Choir; F.T.A. 20 s « «f 1 1 r- - T .J WILLIAM NORRIS JONES Jacksonville, Fla. Elementary Education Singing, dancing, collecting photos. . . Y.M.C.A.; Dramatic Club. ELOISE LENORA MULLEN Blountstown, Fla. Elementary Education " I am telling you! " . . . Read- ing ... Dancing, Y.W.C.A.; Women Senate; Big Brothers and Sisters; F.T.A.; S.C.U.; News- paper Staff; Yearbook Staff. ODICE PALMER Panama City, Fla. Elementary Education Y.M.C. A.; Football Team; Var- sity " F " Club. ALVIN L. PEARSALL Lake Wales, Fla. Elementary Education " Lil Rab " . . . " Gus is out there. " . . . Hobbies: Movies, dancing, sightseeing . . . Bas- ketball Team; Track; Football; Baseball; Y.M.C. A.; Big Brothers; Varsity Club; Dra- matic Club. DONNIE B. SCIPPIO Lake City, Fla. Elementary Education " Scip " . . . " Oh, Miss Agnes " . . . Sports . . . Basketball Team; Y.W.C.A.; Forum; Var- sity " F " Club. JOSEPH SMITH Jacksonville, Fla. Physical Education " Joe " . . .Football; Y.M.C. A. Varsity " F " Club. 21 Sv J. T. TANNER St. Augustine, Florida Religion Hunting, Fishing, Baseball . . . . Y. M. C. A.; S. C. U.j Minister ' s Union EUNICE W. THOMPSON West Palm Beach, Florida Elementary Education " Really! " . . . . Cooking, Read- ing .... Student Council, Women Senate, Big Sisters, Y. W. C. A. ; F. T. A. LOUISE WILLIAMS Jacksonville, Florida Elementary Education " Lou " .... " You don ' t mean it? " JAMES A. WILLIAMS Dunnellon, Florida Elementary Education " Big Jim " .... Softball, wood work, cooking, Phi Beta Sigma, S. C. U.j Track team, Basket- ball team, Football, Yearbook Staff, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Varsity " F " Club, Dormitory Council EVELYN D. BARNES Jacksonville, Florida Elementary Education ALVERTA P. COOK Jacksonville, Florida Elementary Education 22 V) c t Q £J FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Thomas, F. Moss (President). SECOND ROW: F. McDonald, M. McCullough, J. Griffin, E. Whichard, A. Moorer. THIRD ROW: F. Wiley, M. Bessent, L. Francis, W. Stallworth, M. Carter L. Heard, S. Curinton. FOURTH ROW: C. Warren, C. Limbric. The Junior Class bids the noble class of ' 53 " Adieu " , with the since re and hearty hope that they will carry with them the imbued high ideals and competency in any and every area of their endeavor. Class of ' 54 24 25 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Elwood F. Dupree President James K. Atlinson Vice-President Veronis Herring Treasurer N Barbara Hill Secretary 26 V.:, : ■:■■ ■:■■: ' ■■ ' .. .::■. , i:-i Si- S ' ' ' SOME JOLLY SOPHS Wise fools they call us! " . . . . no man can ever lack this mortification of his vanity, that what he knows is but a very little in comparison of what he is ignorant of. Consider this, and in- stead of boasting thy knowledge of a few things, confess and be out of countenance for the many more which thou dost not understand. " 27 SOME VERDANT FRESHMEN The class of ' 56 has come to us this year high in spirit, and eager to take on and share their respective places in the Florida Normal family. May they, when only a faint wisp of nostalgia serves them readily, look back in the vast void through which they have trod only to find the guiding footprints of the class of ' 53. 28 29 RADIO AND ELECTRICITY 30 The trade department of Florida Normal Industrial Memorial College has a program including the following courses: Automotive Mechanics Automotive Electricity- Masonry Electricity Radio Shoe Repairing Tailoring Carpentry and Cabinet Making Printing. Although the program was initiated primarily for the veterans of World War II, increasingly there is more inter- est being shown by non-veterans enrolling in the courses. During the past few years, trade students who were eligible have taken college work in addition to their trade schedule, thus providing them with a skill as well as affording pre - professional preparation. We, the class of ' 53, sincerely hope that this integral part of the institution will continue in the great tradition of its making. n A Class in Radio and Electricity A Class in Masonry 32 • STUDENT COUNCIL Lefttoright: W. A. Stallworth, V. Russ, B. L. Turner, J. Peek, H. Woods, G. Maxwell, L. Heard (President), L. Haile, D. An- derson, L. Francis, J. C. Smith, M. McCullough, and R. Brooks. " When men put their trust in God and in knowledge, the government of the majority is, in the end, the government of the wise and good. " BIG BROTHERS AND BIG SISTERS Left to right: B. L. Turner, D. Pelham, R. Oxendine, M. Mc- Cullough, A. L. Pearsall, L. Francis, M. F. Blue, S. L. An- derson, E. L. Mullen, J. A. Williams, and V. E. Copeland (Advisor). ' We must love men ere they will seem to us worthy of our love. " 34 YMCA STAFF (Standing): Rev. W. Storrs, Advisor; A. L. Pearsall; J. C. Smith; W. A. Stallworth; B. L. Turner; (Seated): J. T. Wallace, Advisor; L. A. Wilson; M. Owens, President; L. Heard; F. T. Wilson, Faculty. 35 COLLEGE CHOIR First row: (left to right) E. Whichard;J. Peek.L. Heard, D. Brown, E. Manuel, I. Thomas, Mrs. Walker, director; Second row: M. Johnson, R. Jackson, W. Stallworth, A. King, D. Medlocke; Third row: T. Black, L. Stephens, M. Mcintosh, M. Payne; Fourth row: M. Henderson, G. Maxwell, T. Oxendine, L. Wilson, L. Haile, B. Hutchins, B. Hill, A. Bell, E. Giles, I. Houston; Fifth row: T. White, L. Alexander, J. Thomas. 36 Y. W. C. A. Front row: (1. to r.) Fannie Ashwood, Eloise Mullen, Delores Pelham, Mary McCullough, Sarah Anderson; Second row: Hestella Barber, Joyce Peek, Thelma Black, Adele Jack- son, Mrs. A. I. Greene (advisor); Third row: Thelma Olliff, Lugenia Francis, Lillian Hai ' le.Mae West Mcintosh; Fourth row. Doreen Ferguson, Mary F. Blue, Ruthelma Oxen- dine, Mrs. J. B. Greer (advisor). 37 ZETA PHI BETAS (Left to right) Mrs. M. S. Edwards, advisor; Millicent Jackson; Johnnie Bram; Gussie Bush; and, Dorothy Anderson. 38 CLASS IN UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT " Knowledge does not comprise all which is contained in the large term of education. The feelings are to be disciplined; the passions are to be restrained; true and worthy motives are to be inspired; a profound re- ligious feeling is to be instilled, and pure morality inculcated under all circumstances. All this is comprised in education. " So, may the books and tools of the educator be turned from the pur- poses of war and destruction to concentrate our attention on a peaceful future. May you, the Class of ' 53, face the dawn of the new world with faith, fidelity, and courage. 39 vTHMk STUDENT FORUM Lindsey Heard, President (Standing) " The more discussion the better, if passion and personality be eschewed. Discussion, even if stormy , often winnows truth from error - a good never to be expected in an uninquiring age. " 40 •r ..,,,..« ... - ;■ - ' THE VARSITY " F " CLUB Lindsey Heard, President (1st row, right) " Sweet recreation barred, what doth ensue but moody and dull melan- choly, kinsman to grim and comfortless despair; and at their heels, a huge infectious troop of pale distemperatures and foes to life. " The second year of the Varsity " F " Club has witnessed the rich and wholesome growth of its members. High scholarship and wholehearted participation in varsity athletics help whet the mind, which otherwise would grow dull and blunt. 41 DRAMATIC CLUB Left to right (Standing): Lindsey Heard, Ronald Brooks, Elrese Peterson, Bragg Turner, Aaron Johnson, and Willie Stallworth; (seated): Audrey King.Thelma Oxendine, Elouise White, Hannah Bullock, Mary F. Blue, Lugenia Francis, Annie Gammons, and Rose Jack- son. 42 6 I «» I o rsJl 5 LM MISS FNIMC - Lillian Haile 44 . MISS SENIOR - Lillie J. Graham 45 MISS JUNIOR - Edit h Davis 46 Ti MISS SOPHOMORE - Gwendolyn Maxwell 47 MISS FRESHMAN - Betty Henderson 48 s HOMECOMING A colorful homecoming crowd of alumni and supporters travelled out to the " Little Links " to witness a breath-taking exhibition of collegiate football. Although the Savannah State team had not crashed the win column, they were confident of a seeming victory. With their backs literally in the shadows of the goal posts, the Lions began one of those mi- raculous upsurges that seem to occur only in Hollywood. The Lions noticed that time was a- wasting and thought that they could not cover the necessary territory by crashing the line. Coach Thomas ' stalwarts gave their best exhibition of defensive strength and offensive prowess against a good team. So, a fighting Savannah eleven invaded the lair of the Lions only to be subdued. 50 THE LIONS ' SQUAD A i FIRST ROW SECOND ROW (L. to R.) J. Bickers J. Postell E. Peterson J. Day J, Evans J. Robinson R. Brooks S. Douglas B. Turner (Co-Captain) J. Stevens M. Owens (Co-Captain) T. Brown O. Palmer C. Brown L. Heard J. Smith W. Stallworth B. Bacon L. Wilson L. Rose R. Jones THIRD ROW A. Pearsall B. Smith C. Felder J. Wright W. White J. Miller J. Williams L. Scott H. Odom E. Dupree W. Fisher A. Williams 51 ■ THE MIGHTY FOUR STANDING: (L.to R.) A. L. Pearsall, r.h.b.; O. Palmer, fb.; W. Stallworth, l.h.b. KNEEL- ING: L. Rose, q.b. ? ' 4 „ ■ - ' : PEP SQUAD L. to R.: Lillian Haile, Doris Brown, Ammon Jackson, Doris Medlocke, and Dons Peterson. 52 GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM L. to R.: Bennie White, Mary Sandlin, Audrey King, Catherine Brown, Ella Giles, Doris Medlocke, June Carter, Ethel Whichard, Molcie Carter, Elouise White, and Thomasena Spires (Manager). Kneeling: Caretha Bellamy, Captain. 53 54 ' LEST WE FORGET P : r : 55 AUTOGRAPHS 56 AUTOGRAPHS 57 SUPERLATIVES BOY GIRL Bragg Turner Moses Owens Alvin Pearsall Rev. J. M. Young Harvey Woods James Williams Odice Palmer J. T. Tanner Rev. J. M. Young Horatio Grisby Bragg Turner Harvey Woods Moses Owens Alvin Pearsall Bragg Turner Harvey Woods Theron Sawyer Carlos Houston Moses Owens Harvey Woods Harvey Woods William Jones James Williams Theron Sawyer Theron Sawyer Nathaniel Blackshear Bragg Turner Moses Owens Joseph Smith Alvin Pearsall Joseph Smith James Williams William Jones William Jones Most Studious Most Energetic Most Versatile Most Serious Most Unassuming Most Optimistic Most Pessimistic Most Dignified Most Religious Most Talented Most Handsome Most Beauti ful Most Romantic Most Pedantic Most Loquacious Most Popular Biggest Teaser Class Baby Best Groomed Best Dancer Best Swimmer Most Artistic Sleepiest Tallest Chubbiest Shortest Most Courteous Best Filibusterer Best Executive Most Likely to Succeed Best All-around Athlete Quietest Most Pleasing Personality Most Unique Fussiest Eunice W. Thompson Mary Frances Blue Lillie Graham Wilester Franklin J. D. Cunningham Rosetta Jones Theressa Holland Clarice Hughes Wilester Franklin Frankie McCullough Frankie McCullough Eloise Mullen Mary Frances Blue Sarah Anderson Mary Frances Blue Donnie B. Scippio Johnnie M. Bram Annie H. McGreen Eloise Mullen Frankie McCullough Eloise Mullen Wilester Franklin Dorothy Anderson Millicent Jackson Johnnie M. Bram Mary Frances Blue Mary Jenkins Mary Frances Blue Lillie Graham Frankie Ellis Ruth Hart Louise Williams Sarah Anderson 58 A PARTING MESSAGE As students of Florida Normal and Industrial Memor- ial College, having spent the first three years in a de- moralizingly turbulent and chaotic period, we have com- pleted our stay during a period of comparative tranquili- ty. Soon the gates of Florida Normal will have opened and closed behind us as students. One period of our life completed, we shall stand ready to enter a new, a vital, a momentous phase. The memories of Florida Normal, however , cannever be obscuredfrom us by mere physical departure from its beautiful campus. A place in which we have made nu- merous friendships, - many to be life -lasting, - cannot drift from our memory like a mere whisp of smoke; it must and will stay with us through all later experiences. 59 DIRECTORY Anderson, Sarah L. Barnes, Evelyn D. Blue, Mary Frances Blackshear, Nathaniel Bram, Johnnie M. Cook, Alverta P. Cunningham, Jennie D. Franklin, Wilester Graham, Lillie J. Grisby, Horatio Hart, Ruth L. Hughes, Clarice Jackson, Millicent L. Jenkins, Mary E. Holland, Theressa McCullough, Frankie M. McGreen, Annie H. Mullen, Eloise L. Owens, Moses Palmer, Odice Pearsall, Alvin L. Sawyer, Theron Scippio, Donnie B. Tanner, J. T. Thompson, Eunice W. Turner, Bragg L. Williams, James A. Williams, Louise C. 249 Center St., Winter Garden, Fla. 1712 Calhoun St., Jacksonville, Fla. Rt. 2, Box 17-A, Marianna, Fla. 1405 Van Buren St, Jacksonville, Fla. 1041 Wilcox St., Jacksonville, Fla. Route 5, Box 299, Ocala, Fla. Rfd 1, Box 352, Seffner, Fla. 63 S. Oklahoma St., Bonifay, Fla. 532 Means Ct., Ft. Pierce, Fla. P. O. Box 1312, St. Augustine, Fla. 81 St. Francis St., St. Augustine, Fla. P. O. Box 253 Port St. Joe, Fla. 731 W. Church St., Jacksonville, Fla. 86 St. Francis St., St. Augustine, Fla. 3210 N. W. 50th St., Miami, Fla. 200 N. Terry St., Orlando, Fla. General Delivery, Blountstown, Fla. 808 E. 10th St., Panama City, Fla. 1300 Cove Blvd., Panama City, Fla. 112 " E " St., Lake Wales, Fla. P. O. Box 171, Merritt, Fla. General Delivery, Lake City, Fla. P. O. Box 32, St. Augustine, Fla. 1413 Douglas Ave., W. Palm Beach, Fla. 531 W. Jackson St., Orlando, Fla. P. O. Box 262, Dunnellon, Fla. 1025 W. 21st St., Jacksonville, Fla. 60 % % f, 4 BAIN AND RUNK Enterprises General Contracting St. Augustine Florida P. O. Box 1029 Phone 1986 Way back when Mom and Dad were graduating, I was just beginning to learn of all the ways I could help around the home. Now, I ' ve received my diploma as a full- fledged, all-around Household Helper. The list of things I do to help you enjoy life is many times longer than it was 25 years ago. What ' s more, my average hourly wage for helping with homework is just about half what it was then. ' Redely TZtfocwxtZ FLORIDA POWER LIGHT COMPANY Continuous Quality Compliments of 239 San Marco Avenue Phone 124 St. Augustine, Fla. The ff Friendly " Store 224 W. King St. St. Augustine, Fla. Next to the Florida Theatre The management wishes you all the very best of i good luck. We appreciated your patronage A Friendly place to trade SAINT AUGUSTINE Phone 1024 PAINT ZORIC DRY AND CLEANING HARDWARE 143 San Marco Avenue Paints and Electrical Appliances St. Augustine, Fla. 121 St. George Street Addin Mobbley - Pres. St. Augustine, Florida H. T. 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