11/5/1958

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11/5/1958 - SUS.29 Cain oted Rain No Deterrent To P-TA P-TA...
SUS.29 Cain oted Rain No Deterrent To P-TA P-TA P-TA Carnival By ANN LINDSAY ORANGE CITY The belief belief that every cloud must have a silver lining was literally literally true Saturday at the P-TA P-TA P-TA carnival. Despite a two-day two-day two-day rain spell the show went on to gain $445.29 for the combined efforts of the P-TA P-TA P-TA members, community participants participants and the children. More than 50 children en tered their pets in the pet show or the costume parade. Melvin Nicely Scout Troop 444 led the parade on horseback horseback with the gaily costumed Sandspurs Band playing a special style of music. WINNERS in the pet show were Ronald Bowman, largest largest dog, boxer; Brenda Thurs-by, Thurs-by, Thurs-by, smallest, kitten; Tom Hauser, cutest, puppy; Daniel Daniel Cooney, most unusual, rooster; Mary Vandervoort, best behaved, French Poodle, Kinley, Mrs. Edgar Weil, and Tom Cryer. A HAT FILL of thank yous to the volunteer carpenters carpenters for the booth construction construction work. They worked against rain, time, and other odds the main one being no material. The regular booth material was discovered discovered to have been burned, but community spirit won out and the booths went up. Scout Troop 444 had mem bers working from sun up to sun down. Bob Griggs was swamped wiih names for the doll and combat gun he gives away each year. Laurie Stearns won the doll and Jack Pariso won the gun. BOOTHS were entered by the Orange City Garden Club, Home Demonstration Club Junior 4-H 4-H 4-H Girls, Firemen's Firemen's Auxiliary, Hoover's Tavern, and the Orange City and Ronnie Lowery, bestjSorosis Club supplied music groomed, Pekingese Judges were Mrs. J. Beau-dette, Beau-dette, Beau-dette, Animal Rescue League; Mrs. J. Drummond, and Jim Luttrell, assistant county agent. Costume winners were Alma Jacobson, best girls; Don Leinfelder Jr., best boys; Jean Orr, cutest; Michael Nettles, funniest; Skeeter Wellmaker, ugliest, and Jeff rey Williams, most original. Judges were Mrs. D. Mc men. all day. A flash bulb camera was won by Kenneth Ruegger, and a cooler case by Angela Lindsay. This first try at a community carnival proved to go over with flying colors with many advance requests for booth space at next year's P-TA P-TA P-TA sponsored carnival. Prizes for the pet show and costume parade were do nated by Orange City Fire- Fire-

Clipped from The Orlando Sentinel05 Nov 1958, WedOther EditionsPage 26

The Orlando Sentinel (Orlando, Florida)05 Nov 1958, WedOther EditionsPage 26
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