Perry news-herald

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Title:
Perry news-herald
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Perry news herald
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Newspaper
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English
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Place of Publication:
Perry Fla
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July 12, 2013
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Newspapers -- Perry (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Taylor -- Perry
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30.114444 x -83.5825 ( Place of Publication )

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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Vol. 29, no. 32 (Oct. 9, 1958)-
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William E. Griffin, editor.

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University of Florida
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CASHWAY FOUND ITS POETIC SOULCashway Building Supply resorted to poetry for its July advertisement, which read: Carpenters, Farmers, Housewives, too; We cater to all, we really do.GIDDENS WINS CITY CLERKOnly 642 citizens cast votes in the race for city clerk which Clarence Giddens won handily with 435 votes compared to Albert Hendry Austins 171 votes. Absentee ballots nished off the race, with Giddens victory secure.SUMMER CALENDAR FILLED WITH CLASS REUNIONSFoy Braddock, president of the Class of 1959 at Taylor County High School (TCHS), welcomed classmates back for a reunion at the Perry Elks Club. Paddy Pillow, class treasurer, reviewed the class history and Principal Robbins Woodell gave the invocation. The weekend included a weiner roast, banquet and dance, as well as a family picnic. Herbert Hendry, president of the Class of 1949 at TCHS, presided over festivities for his class reunion, also at the Elks Club. Thirty-one members of the class, which had 52 graduates, gathered for the event.HIGH SOCIETYThe wedding of Sheryl Moore and James Pascal Strode III dominated this weeks Society page. The ceremony was held at First United Methodist Church. The engagement of Lisa Beach and Ty Scott was also spotlighted. The couple planned a September wedding.WHOS NEW?Heather Brooks Quicke was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arley M. Quicke Jr. on June 7, weighing 7 pounds, 3.5 ounces. Proud grandparents included Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Davis, and Mr. and Mrs. Arley M. Quicke Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Faircloth announced the birth of their daughter, Kesha Marie, on June 29 at Doctors Memorial Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces.YARD OF THE MONTHJudy and Bruce Nowlin were named winners of Yard of the Month for their well landscaped grounds on East Pineland Drive.CLASSIC KEY LIME PIEFor the hot days of July, the newspaper recommended this recipe for Classic Key Lime Pie: 18 inch graham cracker pie crust baked 1 c. sweetened condensed milk c. Key or Persian lime juice Grated rind of one Florida lime 3 egg yolks meringue Prepare the pie shell, bake and allow to cool. Blend the condensed milk, lime juice, grated lime rind and egg yolks. Pour into cooled, baked pie shell. Cover with meringue and bake in preheated 350-degree oven for 10 minutes or until meringue is browned. Chill before serving.A-2 Perry News-Herald July 11-12, 2014 Looking Back July 11-12, 2014 Quotable Quotes THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD July 12, 1979 Remember when...By ANTHONY L. WHITE anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.comAn unforgettable 52 miles Tallahassee is 52 miles from Perry. Back in the day, when the speed limit was 55 mph, it was an hours drive. Today, because feet are bigger and heavier than they used to be (and maybe because the speed limit is higher), the trip to Tallahassee has become a 45-minute drive. Ive traveled those 52 miles between Perry and Tallahassee more times than I can count. Some trips were work related. I commuted daily for jobs at the Florida Board of Bar Examiners, Florida A & M University, and WTXL ABC Channel 27. Some were to take care of business. A few were for doctors appointments. But most were for social reasons: To go shopping. To visit family and friends. To attend concerts and sporting events. And to just hang out. Perhaps, the most memorable of all of those trips to Tallahassee were the trips I took as a passenger on the back of my grandfathers truck. Every Saturday evening, my grandfather would pile eight or nine of us on the back of his truck then head to Tallahassee to the wrestling matches. I still dont know what my grandfather was thinking or why my grandmother and mother allowed us to ride all the way to Tallahassee on the back of a pickup truck. The sun would be getting ready to set when we began placing several blankets on the back of the truck. After the blanket cushions were in place, we climbed on back. The sitting places in the middle of the truck bed, and then the bigger kids would climb on and surround us. When we were all seated, my grandfather would check to make sure we were safely situated. If he arrangements, he would rearrange us. Tony, I want you to move up against the window so I can keep an eye on you, he would tell my brother. And Antmar, you get over there by your Uncle Mike, so he can knock you down if you try to move. seating arrangement, he would secure the tailgate. Before my grandfather drove away, my grandmother would ensure our safety by threatening to kill to anyone who stood up while the truck was moving. If you stand up and fall, you better hope it kills you, she would warn. If it doesnt, I will. Tallahassee was 52 miles back then, but it seemed to be twice as far as we talked, laughed and sang on the back of my grandfathers pickup truck. I can still see the concern on peoples faces as they drove past us. That same look was on peoples faces as we climbed off the truck at the wrestling arena on Apalachee Parkway. After the wrestling show was over, we would pile back on the truck. But, this time, instead of sitting on the blankets, we covered up with them. The trip home was long and cold. None of us spoke. We just sat there huddled together, shivering under the blankets, staring up at the stars sprinkled across the night sky. It was the most unforgettable 52 miles Ive ever traveled. Friends & neighbors --George Jean Nathan --James Freeman Clarke --Elmer Davis --J.C. Watts --Charles Evans Hughes --Alan Simpson --Ralph Waldo Emerson(Photos clockwise) Mike Nola shares these collection. First, Randall Slaughter is shown with Margaret Louque (right), Mildred Nola (kneeling, left) and two unknown ladies. Next is a photo of Bud Adams with an a photo from an outdoor cookout with Graham Bird (left), Agnes Brannen and an unknown friend. Hardware located on Washington Street.

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A-3 Perry News-Herald July 11-12, 2014 Living Have you ever made Angel Food Cake Mix cookies? By FLORRIE BURROUGHS Shady Grove NewsLight at the Park The security light at the Shady Grove Park has been shot out more than once since its recent installation. If you have any information regarding the person or persons who did this, please report it to the Taylor County Sheriffs Department. Upcoming events: have items to donate (no clothes please) or can bake a cake The council continues to meet on the second Thursday of each month to make plans for upcoming events. We need volunteers so if you can help, please contact us. God bless America!I hope your 4th of July was good. We are blessed to be in all those who gave so much so that we could live in a free country. Even with all the problems we face today, I am blessed to live in this great country and would not choose to Angel Food Cake Mix Cookies cup cooking oil however my cookies were not done, so I reduced the heat here in two weeks. can shop from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m in the lobby of Doctors knowing all proceeds from your spree will benet the include gifts for all occasions as well as home decor and childrens is sponsoring this sale, go toward repairs or new equipment for the hospital. The Christmas in July be furnished. Please bring old and new family photos to share.Come to PWC for Johnson Reunion Saturday recently returned from Talquin, located near Quincy, where members earned the distinction of The troop, which is chartered by the Perry Elks Competition. The Scouts spent the week with other troops Thomasville, Ga., and Tallahassee. They attended a variety of merit badge courses which included rie shooting, rst aid, swimming, wood carving and building with rope lashings. in Perry and takes camping trips every month. Scouts named honor troop, win camp marathon Troop 600, which recently camped at Wallwood, includes (from left): Kevin Eckel, Justin Eckel, Gauge Madison, Austin Waters, Ryne Linton, Jack Deming, Leaders Dedra Waters, Assistant Scoutmaster Brian Tish and Scoutmaster Matt Eckel. Why wait until December?

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MEGA SPORTS CAMP (Photos by Wendy Goodman Parker) Wade Goodman was quick with a denition of Mega Sports Camp. It is a unique combination of churches who have crossed denominational boundaries in order to impact children and families in Taylor County. First Baptist Church, First Assembly of God, Northside Church Of God and Cornerstone combined to present the camp. We had 265 kids registered and more than 125 volunteers, Goodman said. Plus we offered a sports lounge for parents (free coffee, cookies and wi), as well as a nancial class (hosted by Capital City Bank) and a Couch-to-5k run group. It was a great week, Goodman said. A-5 Perry News-Herald July 11-12, 2014

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A-6 Perry News-Herald July 11-12, 2014 Religion Blue Creek slates re-dedication of building Sunday Blue Creek Baptist Church at the Beaches has completed the renovation of its building exterior, as well as the interior of the sanctuary including new stained glass windows. A re-dedication service will be held on Sunday, July 13, at 3 p.m. followed by refreshments in the fellowship hall. Blue Creek says its slogan is more than just a catchy phrase. We hope that it gives you insight into just who we are: we dare to care. Christ reached out to people of all ages and backgrounds and at Blue Creek we desire to do the same. Thats why we offer ministries geared to various life stages and needs. We have a place for everyone to study the scriptures, fellowship together, and minister to others through numerous service opportunities. The public is cordially invited to attend Sundays rededication and reception, as well as to learn about other educational, fellowship opportunities at the church. Tidbits:Tea cakes, legacy of love rememberedPatricia A. McMullenPatricia A. McMullen, 70, of Perry, died on Wednesday, July 9, 2014 at her home in Perry. She was born April 14, 1944, in Camp Blanding to James Horace Bussell and Mary (Wafford) Shaw. Mrs. McMullen was a Baptist. She worked in the lunchroom for Taylor County Schools for many years, and later in production for Martin Electronics. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles William McMullen, her parents and a brother, Jimmy Bussell. Survivors include: her two daughters, Sue Ann (Danny) Eakins, and Carrie Sue McMullen, both of Perry; a step-daughter, Jeannie Ellen (Connie Ray) Mathis of Steinhatchee; a brother, Robert McGruder of Sebastian; and six grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 12, at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home with Chaplain Andy Creel ofciating. Interment will follow in Oakland Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 1011 a.m. on Saturday, July 12, at Burns Funeral Home which is in charge of all arrangements. Memorial donations may be made to Big Bend Hospice. Obituaries By SARAH HALL Special prayers are sought for: Juanita Calloway, Brynwood Center in Monticello; Jean Carraway, Judy Bethea and Maybel Hawkins-Home; Debra McGrew, Nobie Roberts, Angie Clark, David Driggers, Antonio King, Betty Bolden, Karl Sheffer; Dorothy Williams, Tallahassee nursing homeA prayer for today Lord we come to you with a heart full of thanksgiving. We thank you for so many answered prayers. Lord you just keep on blessing us. We praise and honor you today, as we said we would. Thank you, Holy Spirit. In Jesus precious name Amen.Happy Birthday!Happy Birthday to a very special friend. Catherine Bines, July 13, 2014. Catch me if you can!Grandmas Old Fashioned Tea Cakes1 c. butter 1-3/4 c. white sugar 2 eggs 3 c. all purpose our 1/2 t. baking soda 1/2 t. salt 1/4 t. ground nutmeg 1 t. vanilla extract In a medium bowl, cream butter and sugar until smooth. Beat in eggs one at a time, stir in vanilla. Combine our, baking soda, salt and nutmeg; stir into mixture. knead dough for a few turns on a oured board until smooth. Cover and refrigerate until rm. Preheat oven to 325 degrees. On a lightly oured surface, roll dough out to 1/4 inch thickness. Cut into desired shapes with cookie cutters. Place cookies 1-1/2 inches apart onto cookie sheets lightly sprayed with cooking spray. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes in preheated oven. Allow cookies to cool on baking sheet for 5 minutes before removing to a wire rack to cool completely. Shady Grove Baptist plans Homecoming Shady Grove Baptist Church will observe its annual Homecoming on Sunday, July 13. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone to join in good singing, hear awesome preaching and enjoy a delicious dinner after the service. Worship begins at 11:30 a.m. Come one, come all! San Pedro celebrates, too San Pedro Baptist Church will celebrate 134 years of service Sunday, July 13. The community is invited for morning worship at 11 a.m.. Dinner will follow.

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