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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: August 8, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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ij ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1963 VOL. 79, NO. '13



Beauty Winners Receive Trophies Hospital To Observe


Anniversary Suwannee County RitesThe Hos- Leaf Sales Price Soar I


pital will observe its 15th. anni-

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versary with open house on
f
Aug. 11, from 3 to 5 p.m. The
public is invited to visit the Buyers Waste No Time As Sales Pace Quickens I Market Average

hospital during these hours. o

There will be hospital per-

sonnel on duty to show visitors x Jumps To $61.66

through the hospitaL Refreshments -

will be served.'Boosters' .
t In Rapid Sales


Elect : Tobacco prices at the Live

Oak market spiraled up to
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.h ..e.f: .: T w, $ a4y" $61.66 average per hundred

,. .:;ty.::: ::::,<:..>:: Officers, Johnson I pounds by closing time Tues-

Q k"F day as top-quality pushed

,, i pAar Named PresidentThe the price into the high six-


i .*11 Bulldog Boosters Club I ties.Sales Supervisor J. Marvin

__ '" elected officers Friday night and : t : Phillips said 67 and 68 cents per

discussed new facilities and con- S $ pound has been the rule ratter"

struction on the football field. than the exception this week! as

... Earl Johnson was named presi- good tobacco picked higher up

'...,........ .., dent of the club. Other officers ; Trf on the stalk hit the floors. The
# > '' include George B. Dees as vice i velocity of the sale has increased

r'er' # 7 ".. .. president and Jesse R. Mitchellas to over $1,300 per minute for five
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secretary-treasurer. Board and one-half hours.
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.' members McCrimon
are Danny Phillips said the better tobacco

?t:.., Garth Nobles Inman Avery, Ben is evidenced by its increased

: ,. .,., Gilmore Doug Cheney, Carl 3 basket. The amount
.,..... ..... i'. ::- weight per
< :",. >.".: '. YAt Moore Russell Johnson, and Jack sold Tuesday weighed nearly 1l*,-
:: :.; :
'. Bispham.The _* S r' 000 pounds more than the same
t : club discussed construction s number of baskets moved the

of new bleachers and press V first day of the sale.

I box which are nearly completed.The 1 Phillips said that one factor in

new facilities on the westside the increased price has beat the
Miss Bobbi Brabham, left, and Miss Mary Alice McCulJers, receive -
of the field will be the home S increased price on low and ont-
their awards from Miss Faye Driver, center, last year's Miss stands this .
year. mon grades. In addition govern
II Suwannee County. Light poles will be moved to ment grades have gone up he

the rear of the stands to provide
Action was swift at the tobacco market this week as money changed hands faster than $1,300 per minute. said.He
obstructionfreeiewing and additional emphasized that "if fw.-

Enter Madison Contest lights will be added to up ers will let their tobacco ripen

illumination on the field. properly there will be a greater
Registration Set For Supports Bond IssueUniversity
Miss Suwannee County Live In addition, a new block wall demand for it."

will be constructed at the south New JH StudentsAll The largest jump in the price

end of the field to accommodate Official Underscores came Monday when the amass
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II Oak Picked Receive TrophiesJudges advertising purchased by local new Junior High School price per hundred pound jumpedto

merchants. students should register at the $60.66 over Friday's $6'1..,

selected Bobbi Brabham as :Miss Suwannee Memberships in the club are office of the Suwannee Junior Urgent Need For Building FundsA nearly a three dollar increase.

County in the Jaycee-sponsored beauty contest held in currently available from any club High Building during; the weekof At the Chamber of Conuneree

the Elks Club last week and picked :Mary Alice McCullers member for $5 each. Aug. 12-16, Buren L. Duna- high-ranking University of Florida official told Ki- banquet Tuesday in which buyer

as Miss Live Oak. vant, principal, announced this wanians last week that unless funds were available to be- and graders were guests Phillips

week. gin immediate buildnig construction the university would quipped that after the sluggish
Both of the girls received trophies in a public cere- Adams 54
at the street dance Thurs- I Coy Students that attended the. have to begin turning away students. in less than_two market- opening 3bay could hate
mony El- --- "
sixth grade at Pine View -* ) run out OIX-A ftiL" ...
day night. Last year's Miss Su- mcntary School last year need : years. "After I had a talk with ..tIJiWin t
?uheral Services
of uni-
Harold Crosby, dean
Sheriff Lewis 54 .
l wannee C9untyi.-J"aye.Driver pre-, ,. not register since records are versity relations and a former my officialsupervisor capacity as saM*
rented the momentos. already file in the ..JuniorHi&h of the toim
on Anna Miller Circle and mayor
Rt. assistant dean of university'sCollege
Alice were Coy Robert Adams 54.. of the
Bobbi and Mary
chosen from a field of eight contestants ,Dies Unexpectedly 5, Box 188, Live Oak, died in the office, he said. Rescues Civic ClubsThe of Law, asserted that the in charge of the police department '
Dunavant added that around and redeemed -
any they came
Suwannee County Hospital Sunday whole university system in Florida -
McMullen was
Brenda seventh student recent closing of the "
eight grade
he grinned.
or themselves,
Aug. 4, after a short illness. shares the serious problemof
the runner-up. Funeral ServicesFuneral who finished last year in any Gold Leaf Restaurant on the Price Rises Steadily
farmer. acute lack of facilities to
Miss Suwannee County Mr. Adams was a He accommodate -
Both school other than Pine View or corner of Howard Street and Phillips pointed out that the
enteredin was born in Taccoa Ga., and had booming enrollments. '
and Miss Live Oak were services for Sheriff Suwannee Junior High will Ohio Avenue was a shocker to price had risen steadily beginning -
t Contest in lived in Suwannee County for 17 former circuit
the Tobacco Queen Hugh Lewis of Suwannee County need to register. Students that all of the Civic Clubs in town. Crosby a judgeof last week. Average sates
with years. He was a member of the the 1st Judicial Circuit, declared -
Madison Saturday night I were conducted Tuesday at 4 pjn. attended Suwannee Junior High The Anna Miller Circle, Elks Wednesday were $56.56 Thursday

Bobbi finishing in the top 10 in the Church of Christ with the lUraville Baptist Church. last year will not need to regis- womens' auxiliary, however, that "we would have to ,. they climbed to $57.30 and Friday -
Funeral services for Mr. Ad- than uni-
double
more
present
finalists. Rev. Everett Williamson and the ter provided they completedthe came to the rescue and has the market closed at $7.86.
R. (Robert) ams were conducted in the Lura- facilities 1970 to
J.
President versity by con-
Jaycee Rev. Perryman Dennison offici- year here, he said. been feeding and lodging civic The big jump came Monday
neitherof ville Baptist Church Tuesday at tinue to students the
Cason said that although ating. He was buried in the City Previous students will receive club orphans all week. accept at with an average of $68.88. and
2 with the Revs. Carl Webb "
the girls won, the experience pjn. current pace of enrollment.
Cemetery. their registration cards the The Rotarians, Lions, Jaycees prices continued to soar through
in this Doug Tanner, and Oswald Knight The of Florida
by participating University can
gained first day school. Office hours and Kiwanians have for Tuesday with an average of $61.-
contest will be helpful to them officiating. He was buried in the care for a maximum of 14,500
for registration will be from some time held their weekly
when they enter the Miss Florida : Luraville Cemetery.Mr. 8-12 o'clock In the morning and luncheons and meetings in the students with present accommodations 66.The United States Departmentof
Crown contest slated for Jack- Adams is survived by his Crosby said. And the
1-3 o'clock In the afternoons. Gold Leaf. Agriculture reported that demand -
sonville Beach Aug. 31. f'\ widow, Mrs. Elsie Adams, three university has almost reached continued to strengthen

The Miss Suwannee County daughters, Miss Patricia Ann Ad- this point right now. !
contest took a last minute switch } R wy}' : ams and Miss Judy Adams, both Dean Crosby emphasized that throughout the GeorgiaFloridabelt

and the Jaycees decided to select of Live Oak, and Mrs. Martha Fuqua Touts Leaf the state's university system has Monday. About two-third* of
higherthan
the grade averages were
two girls, one to represent the O'Hanarahan, Jacksonville; two almost reached the crisis that officials remaining
with most
county and one this city. This sons Jimmy Adams and Jack Ad- have been predicting for on Friday

_ was done since the Miss Florida ams, both of Live Oak; step- years. And a vigorous builidng? grades unchanged, the report -

Crown contest rules permit. the mother, Mrs. Ossie Adams Tac At Chamber Meet program "cannot very well be put said. chiefly to
Increases were one
coa, Ga. three sisters, Mrs.Thel- "
t entry of two girls. ; off any longer, he asserted.
hundred pounds.
Other beauties entered in the ma Snyder of Jacksonville, Mrs. Crosby urged support for the four[ dollars per

:Miss Suwannee County contest Williams Huntly of Los Angeles. .Congressman Don Fuqua underscored the importanceof proposed bond program that Floridians Volume remained heavy as all

and their sponsors were Judith Calif., and Mrs. Carl French. San tobacco to Suwannee County, the state. and the nationat will confront the ,polls markets reporting had more tobacco -

Kaye Brannon, Ratliff Motor aagrxri Jose.. Calif.; two brothers, James the quarterly meeting of the Chamber of Commerce this fall. He explained that while on hand than could be seW

Company; Rose Bass. B. W. Hel- Adams of Jacksonville, and Jack Tuesday night. raising funds through a bond issue in Gross the allotted sales for time.the belt last

venston and Son; Karen Louise Adams of Taccoa, Ga. He had two Tobacco buyers, warehouse operators and govern- is not desirable, it is the week totaled 55,818,289 and averaged -

Perry, Green Discount House; grandchildren.Active ment grading personnel were most reasonable solution that $56.35 hundred pounds.This .
Phyllis Jean Taylor, Kent's Gro- pallbearers were G. S. guests of the Chamber for the could be taken in view of the per
of $10.16
cery and, Market; and Glenda : Payne, Howard Taylor, Aubrey banquet state's present tax structure.The was a sharp gain
"
&L for the opening
Perrell Dees. First ,National Bank. : Ward, Henry Ward, Cecil Gamble, ."We have to produce quality proposed constitutional week.over the average
by dan and Joe Starling. amendment would
Bobbi was sponsored tobacco," the congressman asserted. provide $75 Season sales through Friday

stainer Photography, Mary Alice Honorary pallbearers were W. The key to growth of this vaY ; million- for construction of uni- amounted to 77,174,066 pounds
b y th e; Commercial" Bank, -ftTICBrenda -- IIUGH LEWIS S. Ward, Ervin Tompkins, Henry market and increased prices lies ? -I versity buildings this year; the and averaged $53.55.
by Sears Roebuck and Clark, Curtis Gamble, Frank Nor- 4'S( x University .of Florida would hopeto
Sheriff Lewis, 54, unexpectedlydied In the production of quality tobacco The Stabilization Corporation
ris Summer Brannan, Mailon get $11-12 million of these
Company. early Monday morning a few reported receipt of 3.1. per cent &t
the contest were i Hingson, and Aubrey Fowler. funds. Crosby said.
for
Judges minutes after suffering a heart Fuqua, who was introduced by last week's sales under the weft"
Merrell Williams, past presidentof attack while vacation in Crys- Suwannee Funeral Home was A. P. Nott, first vice president of "This money will be used tobegin eminent loan program. Receipts
the local Jaycees; W. R. Ellis, in charge. to meet the needs of not
tal River. the chamber, as being the fresh- 9 placed under loan for the season
president of the Lake City Jay- who broke with r only future responsibilities to
Mr. Lewis was born in Hamil- man congressman amounted to 5.1 per cent.
cees; and Arnold Q. Smith, presi- ton County and,moved to Suwannee 4-H Youths tradition and got into the thickof higher education but past ones If the current price tread eon-

dent of the Starke Jaycees. from Perry in '1949. He was County matters cited his lease trans- as well" he explained. tinues, the outcome will be..a
.
elected sheriff of this county in fer of tobacco allotments bill that Crosby said the bond program record-breaking year for the

3 Students Receive 1952 and re-elected in 1956 and Attend Ocala CampThree successfully passed the congress. would be paid for by a specialtax (No. 3 Continued on Pate: 8) ,

1960, serving 11 years in this ca- The other area in which he was on, utilities. This measure I
UF Master's DegreesThe pacity. Suwannee County youths able to assist tobacco growers was would avoid additional direct tax-

Uaiversity of Florida During his lifetime, Mr. Lewis were among 80 4-H boys throughout the recent scrap over MH-30, he es on the public.In Feeder Pig Sale '-,

this week announced that three' earned the respect and the ac- the state .that converged on noted. He pointed out that he felt the event the proposed Is Scheduled

students from live Oak are claimation of a great number of: Camp McQuarrie in the Ocala that tests were inconclusive and amendment fails, the legislaturewill

candidates for master's degrees citizens .as being one of the most National Forest last week for the not a very good case was made ... i likely be called back into The, second Inll series (-vf-

1 upon completion of the sum- efficient lawmen the county. has annual wildlife camp. against the chemical. special session before the end of state-wide feeder pig sales to"

mer term, Aujr. 10. ever known. They were Corky Bispham, He said he realized that the DON FUQUA the year to raise the necessary be held in Live Oak Is scheduled

The three masters candidatesand In addition he earned the respect Melvin Libby, and Greg Scho- problem with the chemical was ed cash receipts from the farm funds through increased taxes. for the Agricultural CeHsesm

their fields are Andrew nf-4 his colleagues around the field. The .youths were accompanied not use, but overuse. He added amounted to $1.3 billion with 2.3 The probable' source of these Friday.

I Clyde Bass agriculture; Har- state who elected him recently to by Assistant County Agent however that such cultural prac- billion pounds produced.In funds is a three per cent levy on Assistant County Agent Fred

riett M. Thompson education; the Board of Directors of the Fred DeVane. tices as over irrigation, over fer- groceries a distasteful alterna- DeVane noted that Thursday is
addition retail sales of tobacco -
and Lewis Marion Tucker, edu- Florida Sheriffs Association, and The wildlife camp featured tilization, planting too close anda billion tive to the vast majority of the the deadline for retting pies
totaled $7.8 -
cation. who attended his last rites to pay formal instruction in forestry, host of others could harm the products legislature that prompted the checked for entry in the sale.
and amounted to 2 cent '
The final term, closing Aug. tribute to him. conservation gun safety wildlife quality of tobacco as well as the per bond proposal."I DeVane said farmers who have
of nation's income.S.
the disposable
10, ends the University's first Perhaps one of his greatest interests management, fishing tackle boats chemical think the State of Florida not already signed up can eaR

academic year under the trimester was in the youth of this I. and motors and water safety. He said that he and a numberof T. McDowell president of has more opportunity for growth the agent's office to ret some-

system. The summer state and community. He was one The boys attended classes for his colleagues took a firm standin the 'Chamber presided over the economically politically educationally one to check their pigs

grads, though receiving their I. of the founders and ardent suP- four hours per day. favor of continued use of the meetings For their talent and effort and- socially than any He added that all pigs should

degrees upon completion of. porters of the Florida Sheriffs Instruction was provided by chemical with the result that Its in preparing the barbecue other state it's growing faster be at the livestock pavffitea by

work will.be formerly recognized Boys Ranch which has grown to specialists from the University, of continued use was allowed. chicken dinner. Duke McCaHister than any other state now." Cros- Friday noon.

at Annual commencement maturity with the help of his Florida Extension Service Florida Fuqua pointed out the import- and Wallace Ross earned an ova- by said. "But Florida will not DeVane noted that pigs offered -

exercises in May, 1964. Nearly guidance and leadership. Game and Fresh Water Fish ance of tobacco. He said that tion from the audience. realize this potential unless it at this sale should make:

3,000 students have been graduated He was member of the Boardof Commission Ocala Power Squad- 700,000 farm families engaged in Sirs. s. T. McDowell prepared lives up to its responsibilities in an excellent project for a 4-H

at the University during Directors of the Ranch and he ron Robinson Company and At- raising leaf in the United States floral arrangements and decora- higher education. or FFA BOT to enter In one of

the 1962-63 school year. (No. 1 Continued: on Page 8)) lanta sporting goods firm. and Puerto Rico. In 1962 he add- tions for the banquet. (No. Z-Continued,on Pare S) the upcoming area lairs.UNIV .


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TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1963

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THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRATOF FLORIDA'SFarm WASHINGTON .


LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

_!ln The Heart Of The Suwannee River Valley99 REPORT 4: 4"

BANNER Consolidated LEADER Suwannee County

Established 1884August 2, 1897 Established 1886
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street By SPESSARD L. HOLLAND
FrontBy United States Senator
Louie C. Wadsworth .....;...................................... Publisher t.

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor BRYANT OPPOSES RIGHTS expended or committed in fiscal 192319381953From

Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor BILL Last Monday Governor 1964 for new construction at Ca-

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager : Bryant testified before the Sen- naveral.
The Files Of The
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida Doyle E. ate Commerce Committee in opposition The House bill as passed included 1

SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $4.00 ConnerFood to the civil rights public $279 million for that purpose d k

RATES Outside Suwannee County $5.00 accommodations bill. It was my and our Senate bill restoresthe
stores do the largest volume privilege to present the Governorto amount to $300 million. The ... SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance of retail business in the nation the hearing body and to wit- final action of Congress will prob- ?

so I try to keep track of new ness his masterful presentation. ably place this year's amount for

ar MEMBER\ OFFlorida ? developments in that field. Incidentally Making it clear at the outset Canaveral between these two Forty Years Aso 1923
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o /SUWANNEE so many non-food items that he was arguing neither for figures or somewhere near $300 -
A Press AssociationSUWANNEE ( COUNTY are now on the shelves of our big nor against segregation as such million for new construction. The meeting of the Rotary Hahira Ga., this being the nearest

o a C1iAMBE Rh0 market centers that it seems thereis Governor Bryant made his case PEANUT LEGISLATION Club of Live Oak today was devoted market.H. .

F COUNTY COMMERCE a no limit to the kind of products on the premise that the question On July 25 President Kennedy exclusively to paying trib- Wtttamfion.. who cultivated -

Chamber of Commerce you're apt to find in a super mar- which must be resolved is one signed into law the bill dealing ute to the memory of our late 12 acres for Lyle and who

ket.I. involving conflicting demands for with peanut acreage which Con- President of the United States has demonstrated that he knows
note one big food chain has freedom between the private own- gressman Matthews and I intro- Warren G. Harding. how to cultivate and cure tobacco -

informed its personnel it will pay ers of hotels stores and other duced in our respective Houses. After a few brief remarks by states that this is the finest

Read It Again Before It's Too Late $500 to any employee who submitsa properties classed as public facilities This legislation extends for President Dick Hopkins, statingthe country that he ever saw for

\ suggestion for a location on by the bill and persons two years the law permitting object of the meeting, together growing bright leaf tobacco. He

/'We, the people of the United States, in order to establish which the company actually buildsa seeking to do business with such farmers to plant peanuts for with reading President also stated it is far ahead of

justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the new market. Besides boosting owners. boiling purposes without coming Harding's talk to the Rotarians in Carolina for a poor man for there Yare

common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure employee morale the company He held that the right of con- under acreage allotments. St. Louis last June a touching so many other things he can
the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity do figures it gains several hundred"scouts" trol by the owners of lawful PACKAGING STANDARDS prayer by Rot.rian Will T. Brant- grow here and live so much easier
,
besides those
employedin
ordain and establish this Constitution for the United Statesof the firm that handles its real businesses of the way their prop- This week I introduced a bill designed ley, Dr. Wilbur Parshley of Live here than there. He said that
America." erties should be used and the to permit the manufactureof Oak was introduced and delivereda other families are eager to come
estate business. persons whom they choose to a greater variety of standard splendid but brief history on to Florida and believes that Su
Another chain is
These words of the testing out a serve was a right retained to sizes of containers for fruits and the life and character of Mr. wannee County farmers Jd do
Preamble of the Constitution en- "credit card" system. A finance
Harding pointing out those well to tobacco for
them by the Constitution.At vegetables. This is companion plant a money
grossed on parchment 175 form the base company worked out the idea. The
years ago, on the conclusion of this testimony legislation to House bills intro- qualities which made him an out- crop.B. .
which the preservation of America's painfully won inde- customer charges her purchase the Governor was highly duced by Congressmen Matthews standing figure conspicious am- W. Umstead of the Pine
the bill is sent to the finance
pendence is founded. which bills the customer complimented by members of the Fuqua and Gurney.If ong which was his devotion to the Grove neighborhood has grown
company Committee. enacted it would allow man- service of his fellow man. tobacco on a small scale for several
For nearly two centuries, the Constitution has with- periodically. When the bill is NUCLEAR TEST BAN TREA- ufacturers of hampers and round years and the fact that he

stood assault from enemies within and without. It has paid a new credit card is issued.A TY Within a short time the stave and splint baskets to pro- always plants is a sure indicationthat
for
new gadget retailers is
a
been amended 22 times and'other amendments will be ad- trading stamp dispensing machine Senate will act upon the tri duce three additional sizes of A number of Suwannee County he makes money out of this
ded i in the future. such farmers are deeply interested in product.To .
which its makers claim will savea partite nuclear test ban treaty containers thus giving con-
super market up to 17 per cent which will be signed by represen- sumers greater latitude in the the growing of tobacco this interest sum up the situation, the

Some of the amendments were maliciously conceived, on its stamp costs. Some stamp tatives of the United States Great purchase of these packaged being revived by reason of outlook is good for growing tobacco -

but by the alchemy of time have served to strengthen the firms now print their stamps in Britain and Russia next week. All items. the fact that Sheriff W. H. Lyle another year. Farmers are

original document. Only the eighteenth amendment rolls for machine dispensers.Out tests except those underground FLORIDA STATE SOCIETY believed that tobacco could be investigating and it is probablethat

the one establishing prohibition has been repealed. in Honolulu an out-of-the- would be barred and the tests PICNIC Last Saturday Mary grown successfully here and con- by seed planting time a sufficient -
tinued his experiments after oth- number will be in Woe to
banned are easily detectable. and I enjoyed visiting with a
This ordinary ad is being
space ex-
experience Americans
taught that not the Con-
even ploited. The ads are on litter cans Two-thirds of the Senate must large number of friends at the ers had failed and quit the game. bring experts here and an acreage
gress could legislate morals, nor enforce laws repugnantto That his faith justified is will be planted sufficiently large
to be installed at 200 private locations "advise and consent" in order for annual picnic staged by the Flor- was
a large portion of the citizenry. including service stations our nation to become a partici- ida State Society. The Congres- proven by the fact that early to justify the building of a ware-

car wash areas shopping centers pant in this pact. I have discussed sional delegation was also rep- next month he will have an extra I house and thus bring the buyers
Many proposed amendments, however, have failedof and super markets. the issue at length with several resented by Congressmen Jim fine lot of tobacco to be sold at here.

ratification. Among these was the Crown amendmentof members of the Senate Foreign Haley and Don Fuqua and their
1861 which would have forbidden Congress to abolish Relations Committee, which has families. Ttcent.F ve Years Aso - 1938 .
The Wall Street Journal -
slavery in the several states. Oddly, two of the three men- jurisdiction over treaties and Through the courtesy of Wil- Total sales of the Live Oak tobacco The most unique and hilarious
tions of the "expansions"hat
states to ratify this amendment were in the north ; are some noted in the chain store others and my present intentionis liam F. Edwards of the Pasco market will reach 8,300,000 entertainment to be seen here in
Ohio and Illinois. The third was :Maryland. field. to vote for ratification unless Packing Co., Dade City our office pounds by this evening. Ware- a number of years was the donkey
of course a clear showing is supplied the well-attended picnic housemen and tobacco demon- ball game played at Reeves Field
In Springfield Mo. a drug
Some of the aims of defeated amendments have been chain has opened a shop, for min- made that participation might with delicious Florida orange strators estimated that fully 250- Monday and Tuesday nights.
impair our national security. juice. 000 pounds would be sold next The first game was particularly
accomplished by statute. For example, in 1924, Congress or auto repairs; a variety store
The agreement provides for our VISITORS WELCOMEDAmong week prior to the closing of the interesting to the crowd as Dave
submitted an amendment banning child labor.It chain is tuning engines relining
cancellation or withdrawal upon the many visitors we have market Wednesday.The Maxwell at third base was thrown
brakes and doing other small repair -
90 days notice in the event we been happy to see in recent days from his donkey numerous times
took almost a half of a century to do away with this jobs right here in .a Florida
i decide for any reason, that par- have been the following: JudgeD. The same burro bucked around
town and to extend that first annual TobaccoGrowers'
cruel exploitation of small children who ; expects
obliged to
were ticipation is not to our advan- Stuart Gillis, DeFuniak Spgs the field several times and on
eke out a meager wage for the family income by toiling ina kind of service to a New Jersey tage; likewise it grants the privi- together with his son-in-law Col. Jubilee held at FarmersNo. one fall Maxwell twisted a knee
location. In the food 1 last Friday attracteda
same area a night
dark coal mine or dingy cotton mill. Even then, the, chain is operating four repair lege of immediate cancellation Perry and his grandson; my large attendance from this section cap to the extent that he used

giants of industry coupled with many small business own- centers. should we ever detect violationby niece Mrs. Nancy Holland Dick- to the fiddling contest and crutches for several days.

ers and a goodly number of the voters yelped about the either of the other signatories.With son, of Fort Lauderdale, who accompanied I barn dance. The starting lineup for the AH
I these safeguards a large of Stars Included Bob Holmes, cat-
unwarranted intrusion of the federal government. After New products don't always proper group The old time fiddling contest
all, child labor was profitable.As : 'take." this pact is, I believe a substan- youngsters from the Broward had about 50 entrants, most of cher; Alex McKettben, pM er;
tial step toward protecting the County Recreation Association on ;Milton Foxworth, fin bM? W.
local First of
them people. prize
According to Cornell Univer-
a
health and safety of unborn a Washington tour; State Repre- I T. Newsome, second base: Dave
one resident of Live Oak put it recently: "It all sity report out of 26 new products $7.50 went to R. L. Doboskie of
third base G. G. Wal-
sentative Louis Wolf Miami Maxwell :
generations in addition to our son, ;
depends on whose bull is getting gored." recently placed on shelves of grocery Tampa second prize of $5 wentto
present population. Mayor Carpenter Lake Worth; ton, center field: Dr. John B. Evans -
stores and supermarkets Cecil Herring of Live Oak, and
and Laura Mae Osce- left field; and Tom Turnage.
Billy
NASA AUTHORIZATION Bill
It was not until 1913 that United States Senatorswere which were surveyed 23 are fail F. K. Hutland of High Springs
The House passed the NASA or ola members of the Seminole right field.
elected by popular vote. The seventeenth amend- ures because the producers didn't received third prize of $3. Homer
for the included
The
Space Authorization bill this week tribe Dania Indian Reservation; lineup Jayeee -
ment -_ approved by 37 states rejected by Utah give proper attention to what and the Senate Space Committee Gen. Mark Lance St. Augustine; Voyles of of Live. Oak won fourth G. W. Sanchez catcher;

made that possible. Previously, senators were appointedby consumers want. of which I am a member has now Aubrey Fowler. Live Oak Manager prize $2.50.County Bob Miller, pitcher; Milton Pox-
the state legislatures.This That emphasizes the reason why "marked up" the same bill for of the North Florida Produc- worth, first base; Worth Hull.
i experienced manufacturers Inmost action by the Senate ne week. tion Credit Association; and Hon. Agent S. C. Kierce announced second> base; Earl Duncan, third

notion of the popular election of senators, and every field spend a lot of The President had requested $312 Endicott Peabody Governor of this week that Eugene base; Thomas Radford, right

the ideas for woman suffrage, parcel post, anti-trust legislation money make on market if they research. whethera to million in appropriations to be Massachusetts. Boyles has been presented the field; Alfred Airth, left field; and
sure can
Danforth Award of a twoweektrip Bill Williams center field.
federal income tax and host of others all had ,
a new product will fill a need and
to Camp Minniwauca on Lake Players afield were required to
their origins in socialist and radical third party move- be accepted.A .
Michigan. ride donkeys after the ball get
ments. It took decades for the large manufacturer of
American to play-
people accept Boyles received the award for off and pick it up climb back
these that take for ing cards is reported to have spent!
concepts
we granted today.
I being named the most outstanding aboard and throw it to the ptteher -
$100,000 developing design
a new agricultural freshman at the who threw it to the base whereit
And herein is the of aimed at improving "visual com-
source our strength. Rarely
University of Florida.
I needed
was to make a play.
does a piece of legislation any legislation, take this fort" for card players. The new CdLt Say

nation by storm. We Americans have to chew on it fora card an has aqua-tinted modern faces background.and pipson &y Ten Years Ago - 1953 _

while, sift it, digest it, and cuss it a little for seasoning.And empty beverage bottles. Eighteen Suwanene River Val- through town was not prok led.

when a majority of the citizens in this country makea ley belles will vie for the title of If a right of way could be provided -

move, they have an uncanny sense of being right. The The do-it-yourself trend is now LawIf 1953 Tobacco Queen here Tues- that would straighten out
history of this nation is ample proof. being tried out for the return of Beware 'Gumnerson's day and this year she may be a these curves Simpson slated it
A New Jersey manufacturer has you can spare a little time before. Mrs. as well as a Miss. The con- would probably prove an accep-

Behind all of this, there lies a document the Con- developed a machine that pays from worrying over the national 2. That children will refuse to testants were entered in the con- table route but it might necessitate -
debt or the European common practice their piano lessons until test at last count yesterday. side parking
stitution that has unusual flexibility. Like-the Bible, off on each bottle deposited. It one or no
market, what better thing to do time to help mother with the sup. parking on the street.
it is imbued with both the specific and the general, lend- takes both small and large sizes
refunding the amount for than worry about the universallaw per dishes. Highway 90 can continue down
ing itself to a host of interpretations. The Constitutioncan proper
each. of perverse opposites com- 3. That the person who buys Howard Street provided the right "Live Oak's water supply problem
bend and sway with the American public mind and known law. the most raffle tickets has the angle be straightened
Electronic inspection detects: monly as Gumperson's curves can has been solved for the next
snap right back again.In any broken non-returnable and Never heard of it? Well reach least chance of winning the prize. out. Richard Simpson chairmanof 10 years," L. M. Crews Jr., city

no-deposit bottles so there's no for the aspirin friend. Gumper- 4. That if there are only two the State Road Departmenttold councilman in charge of the city's
1963, today, we live in an era in which the Consti- refund for them. As the machine son's law is still unrepealed and good television programs on any Kiwanians Wednesday.He water system, said here this week.

tution is facing a crucial test with somebody's _liberty in nears capacity an Indicator tells it's as inevitable as death and given night they are always sche- said the federal government Crews' statement followed the

the balance.It passing clerks it must be emptied taxes. It's the natural law that duled at the same hour. would not provide funds for the installation of the new electrical

explains a number of irritating There is no knowing to what road as long as a straight route pumping equipment at the city's
appears to us that people who would vent a lot of further heights Dr. water work Duval
Our Florida cattlemen will be interested events that might otherwise be Gumperson's on Street.
yap-yap about their Constitution rights should avail them- in a report by the presi- put down to mere chance. genuis would have led him had it been forced under the strike The new well sunk recently by
selves of a ,copy of this document and read it carefully. In dent of Market Research Corpora It's Gumperson's law. for instance not been for his untimely deathin threat, to keep firemen who were the city on the old fair grounds

all likelihood it would be a first for many of them. tion of America. In a recent ad- that causes grass to thrivein 1947. According to Changing not needed in the cabs of diesel site proved to be the factor need-

dress to food retailers he said: the cracks of concrete sidewalks Times he was strolling along the engines. There are other examplesof ed ,to care for the city's water
There is a lot of wisdom in the Constitution, and a lot highway featherbedding but this is the needs. With this well the
"Which do you think is served but not (for love or money) one evening obeying the new city
of sense about what is right and wrong. As long as the more frequently In American in your front yard. pedestrian rule of walking to the primary one.Finally can pump 1,200 gallons of water

majority of the citizens of this country do not lose sightof homes frankfurters or beef- It's Gumperson's law that per- left facing traffic. The poor fellow after years and yearsof per minute far more than the

the concepts incorporated in this document, the Statueof steak? If you said beefsteak, mits you to throw a burned match was struck down from behindby court battles the railroads won present needs of the city.

Liberty can tremble until it shakes New York City but you're right out of your car and start a forest a foreign car driven by an the case in every court. They won

our constitutional government will remain steadfast. "The total number of servingsper fire while you use up two whole English visitor hugging the left the recommendation of every Live Oak bulled its way to a

1,000 families in a 2-week boxes and the entire Sunday pa- side of the road. presidential investigating com- one-sided double victory over
period is 1,303 for beefsteak and per trying to start a blaze under Thus he became an unfortunate mission. Still the unions refusedto Greenville here last Sunday while

1,061 for franks. Six out of ten dry logs in your fireplace. It also victim of his own law of the go along with this almost McAlpin was splitting a twin-bill
Clean It UpAlthough homes serve beefsteak at least accounts for the fact that the "perverse opposite". unanimous finding over the with Branford at Branford in the

once within two weeks and the time involved in locating a blotteris -Bradford County Telegraph years against their practice. Suwannee River League playoff
Suwannee County does not have a lot of average number of occasions is always equal to the time required This is just the latest exampleof games.

money to build new structures and facilities, it certanlycan better than two." for the ink to dry on the Railroad IssueIf the over-whelming need for

afford to keep existing facilities clean and in good paper you wished to blot. compulsory arbitration in major Two thefts of tebaeea. serious
order. There's good news for Florida The magazine. Changing Times ever there was a clear example labor disputes which threaten the crimes in these parts, were-soI ed

swine raisers in reports from Iowa covering the law while doing of union contempt for the public welfare. by Sheriff Hugh Lewis and his
*" It is evident to anyone who strolls across the Court- that veterinary researchers there on a phenomenon long research law the courts and the public Unions, like businesses cannotbe deputies here this week aad four

house square, however, that this happy situation does are about to announce an effective known to scientists but up tin I' interest the refusal of railroad above the law and above pub- men and six youths were arrestedon

not exist with the public rest rooms located across from control for contagious atro- then considered as a mere curio- unions to accept impartial recom- lic interest and they have act- larceny charges. The Jovenflec
phic rhinitis a disease that mendations over a period of years, ed thus on many occasions in recent were all released to juvenile authorities
the county jail. That this facility is in an unsanitarystate sity: the fact that weather bu-
causes "buH nose" in about 20 to and court rulings, in the feath- years because of any lack or in the custody of
is obvious to who happens to within reau forecasts, despite the of
pass use
anyone 25 per cent of the Florida hog erbedding issue is such an ex- of mandatory arbitration of labor their parents.
ten feet of it. And vile language scribbled all over the population. highly trained personnel and the ample.

building is in plain view of women and children. Hogs showing visible signs of most advanced equipment, are not This dispute goes back for dispute&C coa Tribune. Nearly 60 Stiwasnee Oeuniy

this disease are turned away from as reliable as The Old Farmer's years. It is over a question which 4-H girls and boys
are attpndtnc
This is disgrace to Live Oak and should be corrected Almanac.
a
markets in this railroad
state and
sent management should never Frank Fontaine Jackie Glea- the annual summer eamp being
immediately. Our Courthouse square including its back to the farm of origin or to Following this research, Dr. have had to fight over whether son's comedy side-kick on the held at the North Florid 4-E

facilities should, be showplace of this community, not immediate slaughter Early accur- Gumperson enunciated his now management can eliminate un- CBS Television Network is the Club Camp at Cherry Lake tfefe

a source. embarrassment.. ate diagnosis and treatment with famous law and was able to make needed jobs. These are called father of 11 children, 9 of them week. Meeting with them are
drugs that MH the di.sease-causing the following observations:
featherbedding. boys.
This criticism is meant to be constructive. For _the bacteria are.said to.be included Jnthe" 1. That after a raise in salary For many years now the rail- s1sta.n County-County Agent Floyd Agent Eufeanks Fa.**' Crews, As

good ofrthe; community. ,. we,hope public! ] ;officials.in charge newly-discovered- control pro- you will have less money at the roads have not been able to reduce Pleasure when it is a man's and Mrs. Esther: Harper, ooh

.will take proper corrective ,_steps. right... away. cedure. end,of each month-than you had their payroll and they have chief,purpose, disappoints itself. home demur ztratlen agttot.PAGE .

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THURSDAY AUGUST 8, 196?; SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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2 HOME LIVESTOCK REPORTBy I' Pine Level T ( Beachville I



I DEMONSTRATION Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Gay of Mr. and Mrs. William Moore Rev. F. E. Day filled his regu- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Spooaer

;., FLORIDA STATE Lake City spent Friday night and visited Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore lar appointment here Sunday. We of Jacksonville visited here last

MARKETING BUREAU Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed awhile Sunday afternoon.Mr. were glad to have some visitors week end. Bobby Koon aad Cteil

NOTES Townsend. and Mrs. Wilbert Thomas Mrs. Day and granddaughter. Kennedy went home wMk themto

Brother Dave Medeiros of Per- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cogdill and Miss Linda Day. also of Lake visit until Monday after&een
Cattle and calf trading at the
With MISS BERNICE SHULER ry visited Mr. and Mrs. W. P. children Vicky and Richard, Mr. City came with him. We were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kennedy
Suwannee Livestock Mar-
f y v Home Demonstration Agent Valley Brim Sunday afternoon.Mrs. and Mrs. Clarence Earl Thomas very glad to have Rev. and Mrs. and daughter. Jan. and nteee.
ket climbedto
Wednesday July 31. J. H. Reynolds visited Mr. and children. Ricky and Kathy O. L. Bailey of Dowling Park Ginger Koon spent Sunday at
149 compared with 103 sold the
August Is picnic time for Home I and alternate slices heavy-duty week before. and Mrs. Drew Holmes awhile all of Stanbury. Mo., and Mr. with us as Rev. Bailey Is a former Silver Springs. They returned by

? Demonstration families everything I foil. Sprinkle with salt. Dot with George C. Avery of the Florida Saturday morning. and Mrs. Slim Touchton were pastor and always very wel Jacksonville leaving Jan who Is

from ice cream parties to butter. Wrap securely place State Marketing Bureau reportedthat Trooper and Mrs. James Fort- supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. come. spending this week with Gbager.

covered dish suppers. over glowing coals and cover witha trading was active with demand ner and children of Pensacola is F. Toole Sunday night. T. F: Beach returned from the Bobby Koon and Gail returned
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(' Wouldn't this be a good time baking pan turned over them. good for all classes. However spending several days here with Miss Ann Johnson and Lor- hospital in Lake City last Mon- home with them.

to have that picnic you've been Turn at end of 30 minutes. Cook some prices were depressed Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner.Mr. ainne Townsend are spending a day to the home of his daughter Mr. and Mrs. Layman and

thinking about all summer? The 30 minutes longer. Serve in foil. because of overfills, he added. and Mrs. Harry Lepper and few days with Mr. and Mrs. Dew- Mrs. Luther Adkins. We are children of Lynette Ate., are

equipment is simple: A grill (oneyou.ve We tried these recently at a Avery said feeder-stocker calves children visited Mrs. Julia Lep- ey Gay in Lake City. sorry he is not improving as fast guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ter
cookout the Com- per Sunday afternoon. Mrs. R. W. Moseley and Lynn had ry.
with McAlpin as we hoped.
made or bought); long- were weak to fully $1 lower while
liked Mrs. Bertha Berglas and Carl Fortner of this community are in Mrs. O. D. Beach visited Mrs. Beach
handled "tools";; asbestos gloves; munity 4-H and they them.If all other classes were too few in Jimmy Dicks and little
I 11 Tressler visited Mr. and Mrs. the Suwannee County Hospital.We daughter Debbie of Tallahasseeare in the Alachua General Hospital
a 1%: paint brush (for greasinghot some of you still have corn one or both weeks to test price
grills before placing meat on on the cob this can be roastedby trends accurately. Drew Holmes Wednesday night. wish for them a speedy recovery visiting her parents Mr. and In Gainesville Sunday and WBBe
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Baxter Mrs. W. H. Tidwell Beach visited his Walter, of
while her son.
it); toy rake (ideal for arranging husking and removing silk. Feeder-stockers made up 78-percent
and children Joyce and Aaron, Brother Dave Medeiros of Per- husband is in the National Guard Gainesville who is also a patient
J hot coals evenly in the grill) Spread ears generously with butter of the run while calves were
of Kissimmee and Lynn Fernan- visited Mrs. R. W. Moseley for in the hospital. We glad to
ry Camp two weeks. are
If is thin
your grill portable a sprinkle with salt and pep- 38 per cent of the total he said.
layer of sand in the bottom pro- per. Wrap in foil and seal ends Standard slaughter steers dez of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Fortner and Johnny Brim Mrs. W. H. Tidwell and son. learn that both seemed some .bet
Jesse Allbritton and children of in the hospital Sunday afternoon. John were business visitors in ter.
tects it, besides making cleaning tightly. Grill over hot glowing brought $21-$22 per hundred
Live Oak Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cog- M. J. Lepper and sons of Lake Jacksonville Tuesday.We .
easier. coals 15 minutes. Turn and grill pounds: cutter and utility sold
dill and children Vicky and City visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry are very sorry that Mrs. O.
Outdoor meals are more fun 15 minutes more. Serve while hot. from $14-$18. Standard heifers
Richard Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lepper Saturday.Mr. D. Beach is a patient in the Ala- Card Of ThanksWords
when you make them a family Remember. those vegetables brought $20-$21 while cutter and
Earl Thomas and children. Ricky and Mrs. R. H. Roberts of chua General Hospital in Gaines-
cannot our
affair. Let everyone help! For you've been freezing can be cook- utility traded from $15-$19.50. express appreciation
and Kathy and Mr. and Mrs. Lake City visited Mr. and Mrs. ville but will
she for
we hope soon the flower, toed
example. Bobby could gather and ed on the grill too. Place one Cutter and low-utility cows
Wilbert Thomas all of Stanbury Drew Holmes Wednesday morn- be much better. and kind
set up the equipment. Jane could block of frozen vegetable on brought $13-$15 and a few Can- cards prayers expressions
plan the meal (with Mother'shelp aluminum foil. All salt and pep- ners sold from $10.75-$11.50. Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Slim Touchton Rev. Marvin Odom filled his of sympathy shown us during -
:Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toole and son. regular appointment at the Deep the illness and death of
) remembering to keep things per and top with a pat or two of A few canner and low-cutter Mr
Jimmy and Mrs. Johnny Brim tog.Williams Creek Advent Christian Church husband and father W. J. (Soft)
simple and easy-to-fix. She could butter. Bring edges of foil up yearling bulls brought $11-$13.25.
were dinner guests of Mr. and Sunday.
also make a crisp salad or relish leaving a little space for steam to Standard calves brought $20.75- Receives Starling.
Mrs. W. P. Brim Sunday.Mr. Mrs. J. J. Bronson of Clermontand
God's richest
tray that adds so much to a expand. Seal tightly with a double $22 and Utility calves sold from; May blessing restwith
and Mrs. James Fortner Ervin Beach of Haines each
City of you such wonderful
meal. fold. Place in $16.25$18.75.A .
on grill or directly
and children spent Sunday at PromotionCharles visited their T. F.
Army father Beach relatives and friends.
Maybe Dad would try these hot coals for 15 to 20 minutes. few feeder-stocker steers
Hilliard visiting friends and attended and other relatives here last
The Family of
Grilled Bacon Wrapped Wieners: Turn occasionally.Try brought $21.25-$22 mediums I I
church there. D. Williams Jr., son week end.
W. J. (Son) Sterling
Split 16 wieners lengthwise part brought $19.75-$21.75 commons
TOP-O-GRILL CORN -
Brother Dave Medeiros of Per- or Mrs. LOIS P. Williams or Branford -
way. Cut 1 lb. Cheddar cheese in sold from $16-$17.50 and Infer-
BREAD for a real southern bread
ry was dinner guest of Mr. and and C. D. Williams of New-
long strips and put one piece in treat: iors brought $14-$16.25. One med-
Mrs. H. M. Moore Sunday.Mr. berry was promoted recently to
each wiener. Press together and ium heifer sold for $20.50 Com-
1 cup enriched flour ; and Mrs. Gordon Keeling first lieutenant in the Army.Lt. MOVING SOON!
wrap with a slice of bacon (or 2 teaspoons baking powder mons brought $17-$18.25, and Inferiors -
and daughter. Martha Rae of Williams, who entered the
ham), fastening the ends with traded from $13.25$16.50.Lowtoaverage .
1 teaspoon salt Live Oak visited FURNITURE &
Mr. and Mrs. service in Jaunray 1962, serving BRIC-A-BRAC
toothpicks. Roast on grill over hot common cows
3 tablespoons sugar Drew Holmes Sunday afternoon.Mr. presently in the 12th Artillery GREATLY REDUCEDWe
coals until bacon is crisp and brought $13.75-$15 inferiors sold
1 enriched corn meal
cup and Mrs. Harold Harper 1st Honest John Rocket Battalion -
wieners are heated through. 1 egg (beaten) from $10.75-$12.75 and one com- and children spent Sunday with 2nd Infantry. He is stationed Are Moving Soon And Must Clear Store
Serves 8. mon cow-calf pair brought $19.
1 cup milk Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper and at Fort Benning where he resides -
Mom perhaps the vegetables Good calves weighing between
*4 cup shorteningAdd attended services at Pine Level with his wife Marilyn and B&J GIFT SHOPConner
could be your job. baking powder salt and 250-475 pounds brought $21.25- Church.Mr. son Charles.

Potatoes take awhile so you'll sugar to flour. Stir add cornmeal $25 mediums $20-$22J, com- .
and Mrs. L. P. Fortner Mr.
Street Next To Suwannee Democrat
need to get these ready early. mons $16-$20. A few low-good
and mix thoroughly combine
; and Mrs. James Fortner and children Principles must be above expediency -
For potatoes with extra flavor calves around 175 pounds brought PHONE 362-3492
egg milk and salad oil or short- and Mrs. Hiley Ward spent if our political systemis
try slicing potatoes and onions ening. Pour into flour mixture 26752775. All weights of In- I Wednesday at Steinhatchee. to endure. '

and stir just enough to moisten ferior calves sold from $13.25-

I dry ingredients. Turn into heated 1825.

FOR YOUR greased heavy 10-inch skillet. Hog Sales -

TREE TRIMMING & Cover tightly and cook 45 min- Hog trading jumped to 620 sold .

TREE REMOVAL utes. Turn if necessary to brown compared with 537 at the previoussale.
I top. Cut in wedges and serve Mixed graded of. 180-210 Lighten
your
TRENCHING OR while hot. pound barrows and gilts brought fr
DITCHING :
For a dessert everyone in the $18.33 210-240 pounds $18.10.

family can make for himself the 240-270 pounds $17.30 160-180
j CALL Wellborn Community 4-H Club pounds $18,140-160 pounds $17.03. meal-making chore

FloodConstruction would recommend S'Mores. 120-140 pounds $15.75. 100-120 .

For 6 servings you'll need 12 pounds $15.35, 80-100 pounds

Co. large graham crackers 3 plain $14.95.

362-2101 milk chocolate bars broken or cut Sows weighing between 180-400 .SAVE TRIPS TO THE STORE
in half. 6 marshmallows. Place Y2 pounds brought $15.50-$16.10.

___ 11I- bar of chocolate between 2 crack- Heavier sows were absent from

the run. Boars sold at $7. ....,
Good feeder pigs weighing between V.n .
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( NeedsWITH 60-90 pounds brought :\ rr. "I
For All Your 175018.75_ 90-120 D O u n--d S

165017.75, and pigs over 120 I
pounds including a few choice II I F'I r

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brought $16.75-$18. Commons v.t. A. ,..'
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weighing under 60 pounds brought p: ; ..,. ..; ,vk' ...... "rYn4;':..n.F
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LP GAS TANKS APPLIANCES 1020.25, mostly $16 down. I I 4 4 r+ ? dr/"rt. .vY'r4Dx :y /,>.?,.ty't et

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SEEARTHUR ers. Toast marshmallow and pop x ,'a..k,.w ait.Ma yY.Kt..:
into the sandwich pressing it
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And there's many more suggestions ;l : J..,data.i 'N
for outdoor cookery if :'k.:.,.:f'E rK'Zd't.:
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call the office. .,, :,r, ,, $ tyf
AT you'll or come by o54'aOp Rtr. mV:n ya..rv.,5 'A4 'f 4axNvf
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so here's a few tips: a.r..A ,. ::
GREEN'S FUELIN 1. Never substitute gas or kerosene %4 ,'

for lighter fluid. Gas is explosive J

and kerosene will ruin the

LIVE OAKWe taste of meat. ir1i '?J.", .,.yr1f

2. In case of fire have a box

of household soda or a clothes

Can Serve You Better More Economically sprinkler with water handy to y:>r YS 'ln.w rr 4 iri"L d K k: j1)

throw on it. /1)
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ened by raindrops don't move the X /
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grill into closed such as < J
a area
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I Rev. Lewis M. Thomashas Thomas got accompanied six packed his tools and built a par-
established a record of weeks school at a church camp. sonage and church.
being one of the buildingest His knowledge of the Bible After two years at Tarpon
preachers in Florida-if not which is immense he acquired Springs .he returned to Winter I
himself through personal study. Haven for a seven-year stint. He
the buildingest.Rev. ..
Rev. Thomas said he became then moved to Mayo where he t ; 0 :
Thomas, pastor of the Involved in building churches for built another church. From Mayo 0 'D ,
Church of God on East Duval his congregations because of his he went to Sebring and then to I }-.. .
Street, has left an enviable trail skill and the need. Lakeland where he built an edu- <
of church auditoriums, Sunday "Back during 'Hoover Days'when cational building. He also servedin : .
School buildings, and parsonagesall I started preaching people Titusville where he built a I -,;.- s \
over the state in his more than didn't have very much," he said. number of Sunday School rooms. -of"Ii \
30 years in the ministry. "And if they got anything they After plotting a course that \;.-. 'N
All this he has accomplishedwith had to just about build it them- would dazzle a trained navigator, ." .
little more than the sweatof selves." Thomas arrived in Live Oak lit- :. ?1i
his brow, the skill of his hands, "It has just fell my lot to build tle more than a year ago and '
and no doubt, considerable guid- wherever people don't have any- unpacked his tools again.In :
ance and energy from above. thing," he added. addition to his building. .
Thomas hardly got settled in Thomas started his preachingcareer Thomas is a pretty fair preachertoo.
Live Oak last September beforehe at the Pine Grove Churchof Between the building and '
launched into the constructionof God where he pastored for one the preaching, his congregationshave I- -
the admirable structure that year. The next two years he pas- swelled.
will be the new Church of God tored the Pine Grove Church and "Everywhere I've been we've 0' 'v" wy 4. F.
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building. Using principally his the Dowling Park Church of God been able to at least double the
own two hands coupled with occasional at the same time. membership," he said. "Whenever .
help from a soninlawand Then he moved to Williston you don't have facilities to accommodate ",'0' >
members of the congregation, where he got into the construction people you've got to > _,0
Thomas has put the building together of Christianity by building build-or have everything come
piece by piece. a parsonage. to a standstill.* t. '-,-
Its peaked roof stands tall I From Williston, he moved to And build he has. (1' .. -
now and seems to dwarf the Winter Haven where he built two The current Church of God ,':,.tr
4 modest parsonage next door and parsonages and one church. membership totals 86 membersmen : t"'tf'C1
the old church building two doors He is particularly proud of the women, and children. The
down. fine brick church he built there. new church building is planned to
Before joining the ministry. "Some of the older residents who seat 350 people under normal < :
Rev. Thomas was a farmer in were too old to work used to come conditions, and more if need be. .
Mayo and necessarily a jack of around and wa\ch. They namedit "I've been spending so much
all trades. the 'Thomas Tabernacle because time building I haven't had timeto ANSWER 'YES' OR 'NO' TO THESE QUESTIONS:
"After I got salvation the Lord I it was built in the shape of do much pastoring, and get-
called me to preach. It's just a a "r'." ting around visiting the com-
short step from the plow handleto From Winter Haven, Thomas munity. But I don't see why in a

a twinkle the pulpit in his'eye.The he declared. with and now his numbers growng five childrenwentto family-which people town like don't Live attend Oak church where more than 1. Are you in your home or office now 4. Are you enjoying today's paper?

only "Bible training". Tarpon Springs where he un- do we can't fill our church in ?
due time. 2. Did you buy this paper at a newsstand? 5. Do you like convenience

If turns the stocky out to preacher's be as successfuland visiting 3. Do you read this newspaper often 6. Do you like to save money?

effecient as his building, this
THREE BEDROOM HOMES supposition will sure become fact.
To contract the building that

Brick Veneer-One or Two Baths. Thomas has erected would cost .._ ...:. ,<,:
in excess of $25,000. With the .
FHA or CONVENTIONAL "building preachers" services, it 4
will cost approximately $12,500.
Financing
Thomas never charges a cent for
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT his vast energy and skill.

This has been the case with IF YOU ANSWERED "YES" TO ALL THESE QUESTIONS, THEN YOU
Located In
Edgewood Subdivision. I
his building all over the state. He
estimated that he has given
SELECT YOURS NOW Church of God congregationsabout SHOULD CALL OUR CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT TODAY -
Contact $200,000 in facilities they I
didn't have before he arrived.
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: W. G. MULLINS This fruit donation of almost, of unbelievable course, was ener-the they'll see to it that you receive every issue of this, your favorite newspaper, at your


Phone 362-2057 gy.Rev.. Thomas said rather sadly home or office. And because subscription rates are less than if you pay cash. for
I that this church in Live Oak will '
probably be his last he is due the paper each week, you'll save money! .=* -
; to retire in two or three years. .1 J .
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SELL YOUR seems to glow from within has ?; ,.
left a series of monuments behind c ; 3 '
him that few men can equal in a .
lifetime. Rev. Thomas career is,, > ;'"t: to**<*
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CORRECTION You'can see what's in today's paper, but what will you find next week and the

footwear August at 1 issue Worth's showed Surprise ladies month after? You'll find the same top-notch quality in the special columns and

4il! were Store to values$5.95.to Our$15.95.mistake.The values features. You'll find bargains week in and week out through your local mer-


chants' advertisements and the wonder-working ads in the classified section.

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THURSDAY AUGUST'8,:-1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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Magnificent But Clumsy Cook Jar Lander
Special'c Browning'Funeral :

l'r' 'Proud' Peacock Struts To Keep Drops Services DuPre's Back-To-School


From Tripping Over Big Feet f Lander J. Browning. 'l'l. form- And Harvest Sale '

i '/ shy erly of 926 South Ohio Ave.. died
The peacock is not really as proud as he seems. The .. suddenly at his home on Route ONLY 15
SHOPPING DAYS LEFT
magnificent bird is sad to say clumsy. What appears .,. YaM 1, Cragford Ala.. Thursday.A .
to be strutting actually is an effort to keep from native of Clay county Ala., BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS
1 Mr. Browning was a member of
tripping over his big feet. .
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the First Methodist Church of
i The peacock's stiff-legged swagger also results from Live Oak. '::

1\ ..., its having to balance a small body Survivors include his widow; "
( and a large train, the National the Indian species and one of the three sons Herman A. of Auburn.
Geographic Society says. The brilliant most beautiful of all birds. But it 5 Ala., Harlan J. of Washington,
train may stretch six feet. has a bad temper and on slight D. C., and William A. of Opelika
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The blue and green iridescent provocation attacks other birds- Ala.; two daughters Mrs. Agnes
plumes are not tail feathers but and people.In Fuchs of Portsmouth. R. I.. and J
coverts. The actual tail feathers the jungle peafowls are "as Mrs. Frances Peavy of Savannah. JI
are plain short and stiff enoughto sinuous as a snake, as stealthy asa z :: *
I support the plumage. I I cat. and as wary as an old bull !' _<,r' Ga.Funeral services were conducted y $ IAR I

Colorful Mating Ritual bison." one naturalist has said. Saturday from Guthery's 5'
The peacock unfurls his specta- Garden Birds Chapel in Ashland. Ala., with interment .t I
{ cular fan to impress the rather Royal in the Chapel Cemetery.
drab peahen in the mating season. The Phoenicians probably intro- '
The bird drops his wings, elevateshis duced the peacock to the Western ::1 I1
train dances forward and World. Egyptian pharaohs and 4 First Baptist To Show -1
kings in Asia Minor kept the colorful k1f'i4
backward and vibrates the fea
thers. The quivering plumes rust- birds in their royal gardens. Billy Graham MovieThe
le, and their metallic colors Aristotle described peacocks as Billy Graham film, "Oil-
shimmer. having the "feathers of an.angel, town U.s.A.". will be shown at I
the voice of the devil and the en- ,r the First Baptist Church next
As
often as not. the peahen
trails of thief:' Peacock tongues ',,'
stolidly ignores this splendid per- a Tuesday, Aug. 13. at 7:30 pjn.
formance and continues to peck and brains were served as delic- ,", The film is partially based on the CHILDREN'S
away at insects. Undaunted the acies at Roman orgies. The body i I Houston Tex., crusade but is
peacock continues to spread his meat, however, is tough and dry. :*' primarily the story of a million-
fan and rustle. In captivity, the When the turkey was introducedfrom t>- / i aire oilman and his reaction to
peacock often displays when no the New World peacocks ... the crusade. DRESSESA
hens are around thus earning a disappeared from European ban- Juice and cookies are the favorite between meal" snack while One of the features of the filmis
reputation for vanity. quet tables. kids are on vacation. Canned crushed pineapple raisins and walnuts the filming of the Texas City BEAUTIFUL SELECTION FROM TODDLBRS I 1
I If shown a mirror a captive These days peacocks serve as add texture interest to these spicy oatmeal cookies. Toasting disaster, a gas explosion that cost TO
the oats first gives these stir and the lives of 500 people. TEENS
peacock spend hours lawn ornaments for zoos public drop cookies delectable flavor. over
may preen-
I gardens and private estates. The Pineapple Juice, noted for having "nature's.most refreshing flavor" The film is in color and stars
ing in front of it, but experts disagree At $1.98 &
as to why. The bird may birds are sometimes a liability is readily available in 5 can sizes. You'll find it in sizes rang- many of the personalities that $2.98ALL
be overcome with selfadmiration they have a tendency to fly the size ing from 46-ounce the single serving 6-ounce can to the generous._gang have made other Billy Graham
or curiosity. In Indiana coop during the mating season and can.PINEAPPLE films a success. The public is cordially -
SPICE DROPS invited to attend.
are noisy noisy.At
very
a peacock that saw its reflectionin LADIESSUMMER .
) and night the bird emits a pierc- 1\\ cups quick-cooking rolled 1 teaspoon cloves "
a shiny new car pecked
( ing shriek that sugguest a woman's oats /4 cup shortening DRESSESREDUCED
clawed at the imaginary rival. cry for help. A Michiganman V/2 cups sifted flour' 1 egg Hunter Family ReunionSet _
Only the suffered.
I car 1 cup sugar 1 (8-ounce} ) can crushed
whose peacocks serve as For State ParkThe FOR FINAL CLEARANCE
The peafowl (Pavo crLstatus) 1 teaspoon salt pineapple
is a native of southern India and watchdogs describes their wail as \'i teaspoon soda !\Iz\ cup seedless raisins second annual Hunter reunion PRICES START AT
Ceylon, where some people regardit a cross between the trumpetingof 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 cup chopped walnuts will be held at the Suwannee -
sacred. The a wounded elephant and a fire River State Park Sunday Just $2.98 & $3.98
as peacock recently Spread oats on cooky sheet and toast in moderately hot oven
chosen the national bird siren with a cold. (375 F.) until Aug. 18.This .
I was of degrees light brown 5 to 8 minutes. Resift flour
1 India, edging out the bustard, Pierrot a famous peacock that with sugar salt soda and spices. With pastry blender or with I' is located approximately SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTIONS
kite and swan. lived on the grounds of the Pal- finger tips, blend shortening into dry mixture .until crumbly. 15 miles west of Live Oak on US
{ The green peacock (Pavo mu- ace of Nations in Geneva Switzerland Stir in lightly beaten egg, well drained pineapple, raisins, oats: 90. All of the Hunter family is
ticus), an inhabitant of Burma, often upset the decorum of and walnuts. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto ungreased baking sheets. urged to attend.A 40-INCH
i : Indo-Chlna Malaya, and Java, is international conference with un- Bake in moderately hot over (375 degrees F.) 15 minutes. :Makes basket lunch will be servedat HEAVY WEIGHT SHEETING25c
about
5J/s dozen cookies.
even more richly colored than earthly screams. Pierrot seemed to 1 o'clock.
sulk when removed from the ear-
shot of world statesmen. Pair Depicts Earth, Sky coastal settlements.The Yard
RENEW YOUR .

DRIVERS LICENSES First American-l\fade\ Globes no more earliest remarkable American than its globe maker. is-
DURING THE MONTH The only object in the White DRESS PRINTS & SOLIDS25c
OF YOUR BIRTHDAY House today that belonged to Born in 1763, James Wilson
( REECE BROWN President Thomas Jefferson is a Find New Home In Washington] farmer and blacksmith of Bradford -
bronze inkstand that bears the inscription Vermont decided at age 37 Yard
COUNTY JUDGE '" he wanted to make globes, for
"T. Jefferson. 1804. Two of the first globes made in Two-Year Search I
models obtainable only from
were
the United States have an appro- Ralph E. McAleer National DRIP DRY PRINTSREGULAR
Europe at very high cost.
priate new home the National Geographic's Assistant Chief Car-
_ I LOW COST LOANS AVAILABLE Geographic Society. tographer and longtime collectorof The little-educated farmer sold 69c
$130 worth of his livestock for an
FOR FINANCING The recently found matched old maps became interested in encyclopedia to study cartography '.-
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES pair of terrestrial and celestial early globe makers while helpingto mathematics, geography, and Now 49c Yard
(TVs. WASHERS. DRYERS, ETC) globes were made in the early produce the Society's own uni- astronomy. He then walked 250
NEW AND USED AUTOS Wilson, America'sfirst que world globe in 1961. '
__ 1800's by James miles to New Haven Connecticut
,,- PERSONAL LOANS globe maker. "I set out to find something to learn copper engraving from

I FOR MONTHLY ANY FIT WORTHWHILE YOUR PAYMENTSTO BUDGET NEED mahogany The 13-inch pedestals spheres will mounted be displayed on- significant our exhibit.in early" recalls cartographyfor Mr. Mc- Amos map Doolittle makers.one of America'sfirst Cannon Sheets 81x99 $1.98 Each

in the Explorers Hall of Aleer, "and what could be more 300-Day Error Pillow Cases
ALL FINANCING the National Geographic Society'snew significant than the first Ameri- Wilson made all his tools, mixed .................. 49c Each
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BASED ON GOOD CREDIT RATING headquarters building in the can globe? his own inks and prepared his
Nation's Capital.The cartographic The two-year search ended in own adhesives and varnishes. He
Come In And Talk Over Your Needs With exhibit will also include rare February 1963 when Mr. McAleer worked 300 days engraving the ELECTRIC BLANKETSTWIN
"The Friendly First"THE charts and feature the latest map- found not one but a pair of Wil- map sections onto a copper plate
FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF making techniques developed by son globes in Chicago.The only to find the meridian lines OR DOUBLE BED SIZE
LIVE OAK National Geographic cartagraphers. painstaking removal of were not coming together in proper 2-YEAR REPLACEMENT GUARANTEE
darkened century old varnish revealed proportion. He had to start all SELECT FROM BEAUTIFUL PASTEL COLORS '
near-perfect globes of sur- over again.
prising beauty and mathematical After 11 years of great sacrificeby $9.95 Each
precision.The his impoverished family, James
celestial globe depicts the Wilson sold his first globe in 1810.
constellations with inventive An immediate success the globes
imagery-a serpent-headed whale were soon manufactured in New MEN'S STRAW'
School for Cetus; a soaring wing horse York selling for $55 the pair.
Supply for Pegasus. America's first globe maker DRESS HATSBY
.- The terrestrial globe charts the I lived to be 92. He spent his last
I
South Pacific voyages of Captain years building a planetariumwhich : ADAM

Cook and, at one point notes by cranking showed the Save 1/3 And More
"many islands and firm fields of earth revolving about the sun.
; ice. But there is no indication of .
Antarctica. Africa south of the Slow down on this year's vacation -
,..- : Equator is largely blank save for trip live and enjoy it. MEN & :BOYS

Specials : SPORT SHIRTSTULANE


;.. ., '- OPENING AUGUST 9 10 WASHINGTON & TOWN TOPIC
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,, $1.00-$1.98 & $Z.49MEN'S
SHEAFFER STUDENT We carry groceries and a complete line of new and

NOTEBOOKSHardBack used clothing furniture dishes utensils
cooking
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bedding etc. at afford.
prices
FOUNTAIN PENSFine you can DRESS PANTSVALUES

Register for FREE GROCERIES given at drawing TO $6.95

ThreeRingwith;; or Medium Points 7 p.m., Saturday. No obligation. Now 2 Pair For $9.95BOYS


FREE; DICTIONARY Reg. $1.49Only BLUE BONNET THRIFT SHOPOn

Hwy. 90 6 mi. E. of Live Oak at Peacock Lake 13% OZ. |
.1' Only lJ9.. x.75
: Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. DUNGAREESSIZES

'I ;, It's a bargain, if a BLUE BONNET price tagis 6 TO 14-SUM OR REGULAR

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; Fe River-Highway 129 Flats Sandals & Dress Shoes

_ DIVIDERSOnly RESTAURANT NOW OPEN ,

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Ljarge' Count CATFISH_All You Can Eat

$.25 $1.50 Shop t
f' Only $.79 .

STEAKS CHICKEN-SEAFOODSFUN

FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY : .
i DuPre'sAnd
WE CATER TO PARTIES

Motel Cooksheds Fishing, Bait. Boats. Ramp, Camping
McCRIMON OFFICE SUPPLY Trailer Park.Swig ming,Free Picnic Tables

F WE SERVE NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESFor Save ....' A

108 E. Howard St. Phone 362-2171 Reservation Call 9353471C.

200 BLOCK OF WEST HOWARD ST.
J. BROWN, Owner
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA "BEST BLOCK IN TOWN TO SHOP"

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i= Branford Personals I Lot DESCRIPTION 4, Blk 63. .Lire Oak SEC.TWP.23 2 RCJE.13 Ford, iMIte NAME Bs.. AMOUN 421IS

: From Branford Lot 99 Ft E A W X 100 Ft
N A S Being Part of Lot
5. Blk 88, Live Oak 23 2 Whfcc. J. F. Bst. 24<<
Col .and Mrs T. S. Lowry of in Branford for a couple of weeks Lot 2. BIll: 71. Lire Oak 24 2 IS Johns**. Isb Me CL' Kt x 2'.
Fort Lauderdale arrived Satur- Lot 16, Blk 11, Live Oak 24 2 IS Robinson Andrew 2 :iIS
I recently. Lot 18. BIll: 71. Live Oak 24 2 Gtfenmacc. J. A. Rev. Vi
BY MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS day to spend a few weeks at their Captain and Mrs. Herbert F. Beg 30 Ft E of SW Cor of

cabin on the Suwannee River. Dorsett and several Lot 21 ran N 100 Ft.
family spent E 50 Ft. S 100 W
Ft. SOFt
Lt. And Mrs. John H. Norris Bells To Ring For Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hatch days here with his parents. Mr. to FOB. Being part of
\ Lot 21. BIll: 71. Live Oak 24 2 13 H.... WMam'H. 171. ,I
Branford TeachersA. and family of Jacksonville spent and Mrs. A. O. Dorsett. before Beg 80 Ft E of SW Cor Lot '

Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. R leaving for Fort San Houston 21 A run N 100 Ft. E SO
Perry Geiger. principal of Ft. S 100 Ft. W 50 Ft to ,.
,..y. ny.n,. a .+ E. Hatch and other relatives.Mr. i San Antonio. Tex., where he will FOB being part of Lot 21 ...
Branford High School an-
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<, be stationed for a year. Blk 71. Live Oak 24 "2 13 .... I:
and Mrs. Melvin Owens
i- nounced Monday that school 14Ada. >.
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Sellers returned his
Ken to -
( bells will ring Monday morning were business visitors in Jackson- Bee 130 FtEI: 31 Ft S of
home in Jacksonville Thursday NW Cor Lot 21 &: Run S .
August 12, at 8 ajn. for all ville last Monday.Mr. IOOFtE50FtN100Ft. ;-
teachers of Branford School and Mrs. A.: Perry Geiger after spending some time here W 50 Ft to POP being
with his grandparents Mr. and part of Lot 21. Blk 31.
The maintenance crew is busy and family have been vacationingin Mrs. J. E. Rabb. Live Oak 24 Z U A..... iii $lt w01, Ine. I.1 I
Beg 80 Ft E ft 31 Ft S.of '
petting the school building and Sopchoppy where they visited
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G Mrs. W. W. Gay and daugh- NW Cor Lot 21 ft Run S
school grounds ready for opening Mrs. Geiger's parents Mr. and 100 Ft. E 50 Ft. N 100 Ft,
ters of Jacksonville visiting
day on Aug. 26. Mrs. T. W. Beasley. While there are W 50 Ft to FOB being
:. ; : her mother Mrs. Nellie Duncan part of Lot 21. Blk 71.
'\ they visited Wilsons Beach Alli- Live Oak 24 Z 'II A..... .. IilOaMa, lac 1" I
1> gator Point and Silver Lake. this week. Lot 24. Blk 71. Live Oak 24 2 A...... LIP I-I ,
suR$'. Miss Hunt Weds ALot72FtB&W X70
They also spent a few -days in Ft N A S in SE Cor Lot .

Robert BatesMiss Clearwater Beach. I, Blk 72. Live Oak: 24 2 $ V.. 1 ...... .
Mr. And Airs. Slocum ....... A .. ;
Irma Jo Hunt daughterof Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Sims and Beg 195 Ft S of NE Cor Lot

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hunt and son. Tommie. and Elisabeth Guerry Married In Lake, CityMiss 2. Blk 72&nnW 119Ft.S50Ft.EII9FtN

Y 'r :w _j1 Robert Franklin Bates son of of Lake. City visited Mr., and Joyce Byrd daughter of 60 Ft to POB. Live Oak -

f Mrs. Pearl Bates exchanged wed- Mrs. Dean Moore and baby son :Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Byrd of Branford DB 124 P 696 24 2 11.** JtaMft 1.- 'ftIt ,... A. 1" +
A lot in SW Cor of Lot 8.
in Jacksonville after-
ding vows Friday August the second Thursday and Jamie Slocum son of being 60 Ft E A W A 123

: 1 at seven o'clock in the homeof noon and Sunday.Mr. Jesse Slocum of Branford were Ft N A S of Blk 72, Live
and Mrs. L. D. Stanley Oak. DB 127 P 92 24 2 1L ....... 3 p11bldN Ir .....
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the bride's parents. united in marriage Friday Au- & h. ... ... :I 'I.

j 1 The double-ring ceremony was spent the week end visiting Mr. gust 2, in Lake City. Mickey Beg 30 Ft S&: %zt Ft E.f '
NW Cor Lot 8 as a POB
and Mrs. Dean Moore and
performed in front of the mantel son. Dempsey served as best man. thence S 100 Ft. E 50 Ft.

I ii decorated with ivy and lighted in Jacksonville.Lt. Mr. and Mrs. Slocum are now N 100 Ft. W 50 Ft to rOB
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and Mrs. Johnnie Norris of Blk 72. Live Oak: 24 t w... Wigs CMstinc : :
candles. A basket of gladioli was in Branford.
4 residing Beg 30 Ft S A 120 Ft E of
c placed on either side of the man- Valdosta Ga.. spent the week end NW Cor Lot 8 as a POB.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nor- thence S 100 Ft. E0 Ft.
N 100 Ft. W 50 Ft to
tel.Miss Gloria Sanchez was thebride's ris.Mr. Birth Announcement POB Blk 72. Live Oak 24 2 11..**... P. VS-. I .1 CLot
roil! 're4k6xuH. and Mrs. R. G. Griffith 9, Blk 72, Live Oak: 24 Z- It N isr. Bmla* Ii&81ft
maid of honor. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Moore of 1 !

Tony Bates brother of the and Mrs. W. B. Thomas were Jacksonville announce the birthof Lot 12. Blk 7%. Live Oak: 24 2 U.; ... r.JL = '
Miss JoAnn Koroulis Exchanges Nuptial Vows business visitors in Tallahassee Lot 35, Blk 72, Live Oak24: 2 11 Juan. Uis I. I': ,
groom served as best man. a son July 31, in the Baptist Beg at NW Cor Lot 23 &:

With Lt. John H. Norris June Tenth The bride chose a dress of Thursday.Mr. Memorial Hospital. Run S 52% Ft. E 63 Ft
N 52% Ft. W 63 Ft to
and D. B. Fletcherand
lace and satin. The lace Mrs. The baby has been named
:Miss JoAnn Koroulis daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chantilly POB. Blk 73. Live Oak
top was accented with a Sweet- family vacationed last weekin Hurbert Dean Moore Jr. DB 126 P 457 24 2 11.. ...... F. W._ 17 "
George N. Koroulis of Rawlins, Wyo. and Lt. John H. Virginia visiting Virginia Beg 105 Ft N of SW Cer -
heart neckline embroidered with Mrs. Moore will be rememberedas
Lot
23 &: run E 63 Ft. N
Norris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Norris of Branford, seed pearls. The skirt of slipper Beach and the mountains.Mr. the former Emma Simms 52% Ft. W 63 Ft. S 52%

were united in double at St. and Mrs. T. D. Minter recently Ft to POB. Blk 73. DB .
a ring Joseph's
ceremony satin fell into a short train. She daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawton 126P189 24 2 .1$ tow, I4 sq *: A. Ma. 17 "'

Church in Rawlins, Wyo., June 10 at 11:00 a.m. with the 1 wore a finger tip veil and car- spent several days visiting Sims of Branford. A parcel of land in NE Cor ,
of Lot 23 Being 52% Ft -
Nuptial Mass following.The ried an orchid covered Bible. Her friends and relatives in Mobile N&Sby63FtE& W

Rev. Michael Butler of St.Paul's the Adams' Flame Room. The only ornament was a strand of Ala.Mrs. Blk 73. Live Oak: DB 126 '
Magnolia Baptist 'Sing'A P650 24 2 1iis.a. -... "nt t'1 I
Leon D. Hatch accom-
Church Pine Bluffs wit- bride and groom's tables were pearls. Beg 105 Ft N of SE Cor of

nessed the ceremony and the both layed in pink bridal satin Following the ceremony a reception panied by Mrs. Charles Severanceand "sing" has been scheduledfor Lot 23 A run N 52% Ft.

Revs. O'Connor and Tellez assisted overlaid with silver dotted nylon was held at the home. daughter of Lake City were Sunday Aug. 11, at 2:30 pjn W Ft 63 to Ft.POB.S 52 BIll%: Ft.73 E Live 63 .

during the ceremony and Mass. net. The overcloth formed swags The table was overlaid with a business visitors in Jacksonville at the Magnolia Baptist Church Oak DB 126 P 348 24 2 II HMt Ml.* h. ft .. 1- .,
A lot 90 Ft E A W & 200
The Mass was served by Mich- which were tied at the comers lace cloth. The embossed wedding Monday. I located on Highway 29 five miles Ft N&SasdesInDB:

ael and Kevin Koroulis brothersof with large pink bows. Tiny flow- cake topped with a miniature Mrs. Charles D. Williams Jr. i I south of Branford. The public is 109P44 24 2 18 Stew, K. 8. 1
Lot h&S18Ft Lot 3. Blk
the bride. ers were tucked into the folds of bride and groom was placed at and son Charlie visited relatives invited. less W 38 Ft. Live .

The church was decorated with the net. The bride's table had two one end of the table the crystal Oak 24 2 18 ,.........J. H. A'a: :: '
Lots 3 A 4 A 8. Blk 12.
:
bouquets of pink and white car- tall silver candelabras arranged punch bowl placed at the other DESCRIPTION SEe.TWP. RCE. NAME AMOUNT
2nd White Add 24 2 11 Yrles. Fsed L. ft: A9etha :\ "
Lot 4 Blk Hildreth
2.
nations and white gladioli with with pink carnations cascading to end held pink punch. The floral Add 22 2 13 Holland Ernestine 1.18 Lots 4. 5. Blk B. MeLeods

large white bows on the pews. the table. The six-tiered wedding design centering the table was Lot 5. Blk 2. Hildreth 2nd Lots Sub-Div 24 2 18 S-tt. P4erie j.'
2 A 3 Blk D
: McLeodsSub
& Leonard
Add 22 2 13 Shuler Ola Mae : 2.65
Miss Paula Murphy played the cake was white decorated with of lavender and pink flowers. Lots U. 32. n. U. Blk 2. -Div 24 '2 -11 OI vee. Tessa
Bauman Hildreth 2nd Md 22 2. .13 Hill Ola Ben 1.18 Lots 4 A 5. Blk D, MeLeods
organ as Mrs. W. W. pink rosebuds and topped with Mrs. Dorothy Hunt and Mrs. .
Lots U. 35, 36. & 31. Blk 2. Sub-Div 24 2 18 Marti*. ...... j
-F sang Gounod's "Ave Maria" while wedding bells and blue birds. The Sybil Sanchez poured punch. Mrs. Hildreth 2nd Add: Z2 2 13 Hill Mary Est. 9.15 54 Ft across S end of Lots

the mother of the bride was being traditional cutting of the cake Addie Lou Hunt served the cake. Lot 39, Blk t. Hildreth 2nd 1 &: 2 Blk A, Being 54 Ft
_ Add 22 2 13 Hemingway Will A Willie 2.55 N&SX278Ftr': A W
seated. Preceding the cere- was done with the groom's sabre. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Lots 46. 47. 48. U. A: 60. : Blk A. Henderson Add 24 2 18 Black .* ...A, ft Aa L. i ,

_ mony Miss Murphy also played For her going away outfit the Howard Hunt Rev. and Mrs. N. Elk 3, Hildreth 2nd Add 22 2 13 Northington Charlie 3.31 A 210 lot as Being Des in DB 120 P
part of Lot 2.
Lots 69 .t 70. BIIt 3, Hil
.. "On This Day" and "Panis Ange- bride chose a saddle tan oxford L. Martin Mr. and Mrs. W. C. dreth 2nd Add 22 2 13 Northington.-Charlie 3.47 Blk: B. Henderson Add 24 2 13 Br.w.. Arttmr T.

licus". cotton suit with pink silk print Bradley Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Hunt Lot 55. Blk 3. Hildreth 2nd Lots 1. 3-A &: 4-A, Blk 4.
Add 22 2. 13 Robinson Sarah H. 2.55 Dowling Mussey Add 24 2 13 A.nuIr Maria I''
The bride was given by and from and Mrs. Mack Hunt and 1 Acre A A
away blouse the rose corsage Mr. Lots 65 &: 66. Blk 3. Hil- Sq in SW Cor
her father. Miss Koroulis' gown the bouquet with beige acces- family Mrs. Pearl Bates and dreth 2nd Add 22 2 13 Jones. Dennis A: Bea 3.47A A of NWK of NEVi 24 2 18 Ray Bye ft Q.... 'f
parcel of land 105 Ft E
lot 115 X 480 Ft Bd N
was an egg-shell colored pure silk sories. After July 15, the couple daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tony by 7th Ave E by See Line A WBy120FtN&S;

I taffeta floor length sheath with will reside at Valdosta Ga., whereLt. Bates and daughter all of Bran- W by Frazier Add known A Des plot in of DB land 111 210 P Ft 111 wideX 24 2 18 Ivr.u Actual 8rasit t ,
Lot A Elk less lots
an overskirt bustle trimmed with Norris will begin flight train- ford. Mr. and Mrs. Willie San- &S sold Hildreth 2nd 1. Md less .' 600 Ft deep on S by

motifs of Alencon lace. Her veil ing at Moody Air Force Base. chez and family and Mrs. Willie N 150 ft. 22 1S2BaasiEK;; ;; ''''''''e- ';:4- : 6.71 % Sec Line on W by Paul

was shoulder length silk illusion Beg as Ft E of SW Cor of : w- t ,"' .... Berry Est on E by Randall .
Live "
Mrs. Norris graduated from Lo- Jean Taylor and son of Oak. Lot B Blk 1 run N 205 r% l'Jrf':4..1.WFt. Dukes on N by White -
falling from a tiara of seed pearls retta Heights College in Denver and Mrs. Louise Rouse and familyof E 110 Ft S 100 Ft ," A Spgs Rd DB 111 P 437 24 .or .quill' i iu "'a ... //H'
W 60 105 Ft. W$0Ft lot as Des in DB 104 P ,.. T' 1 .. :'"
and crystals. She wore no Jewelry. Colo., with the class of 1963. Lt. Dunedin. to Ft.S POB DB 105 Page ; -. :. 434 24 2 1I.t...... .. .t ;< Ikerta j(n oj.

Her bridal bouquet was pink roses Norris is a June graduate of the 514 22 2 13 Aarons Elish &: Josephine. 5.47A Lot 15. Bit Y. Ingleside Re- "
platt 1:1- H.wltt, Janus 0. &
24 2 : : .
lot 150 Ft X 7S Ft in NW
and stephanotis arranged on a United States Air Force Academy.Out Wolfson and Mrs. Pat Phelan all Cor of Lot A. Blk I front- t :,

satin covered missal. The bride of town guests at the wed- of Denver Colo.; Mrs. Rachel ing 73 It on 'ith ATe &S Lot platt 19. Blk 2. Ingles ide Re- 24 2 18 sa... ....* l' 4
22 2 13 Granville, Milton' 1.15
des in DB 98 P H2
carried with her missal a wooden ding included Lt. Bart Brooks Dickerson aunt of the groom of Beg no Ft S of NW Cor of Lot 3, Blk 4. Ingleside Re-

rosary belonging to her maternal Ponte Vedra; Mrs. William J. Hartwell. Ga.; Miss Beverly Norris NE% of SE% &: Run E Lot Platt 9. Blk! 11, Ingleside Re-. 24 2 II SwHa Leroy L. ft La wanna
210 Ft, S 210 Ft W 210
grandmother,,Mrs. A. W. Dermott i. Kernan. Berwyn.. HI.; Mrs. Rob- Walterboro S. C.; Rev. Cor- Ft. N 210 Ft to POB 22 2 13 Smith- Caesar .c.n platt 24 '2 II Mcrga. Cwtfc F. A

- and the bridal gloves of her pa- ert O. Marshall. John Marshall nelius O'Connor Lusk Wyo.; Mr. Lots 1 Ir 8. Blk N.'College' Lot S. Blk 12. Ingleside. Re- Mary A. ri
Z2 2 13 Johnson A. Ii: Thomas '
ternal grandmother. Mrs. Nick and the Rev. George Tellez Cas- and Mrs. Meryle Hansen and Heights Gillens 1.68 platt 242 ** Krai. WflMM a ft: Alice '

Koroulis. Mr. Mrs. Vincent Minn. and Lot 6. BIll: O. College Lot 7. Blk 12. Ingleside Replatt .
per Wyo.; and Barbara. Ruthton. ; 4
24 2 13 RM. David R. &: Mary 0
22 2 IS Johnson. A. Ie Thomas
I The maid of honor. Miss Kathleen -I Robinson, Andrew H. Chavers Miss Kathleen Callahan of Heights Gillenl 3.05 Lot 23. Blk 12. Ingleside Re- .

i Landrigan from Newcastle Mrs. Elsie Guber Mrs. Pearl I Grand Junction, Colo. Lot 19. Blk B. College. Platt 24 2 IS Swttfc Sa"a, Org E. J*. ft co '
\Vvn Heights 23 2 13- Pratt Susanna 25.12
A
.. wore floor length bellshaped
""" M A parcel of land Des in DB
Elk
Lots 9 Ir 10. C. College
dress of pure silk organza NOTICE Heights Z2 2 13 Robinson. Catherine 4.09 122 P 544 24 2 13 Swtr Mtc feTMteMai Co. 3 "I:I

embroidered in a floral patternat Notice Is hereby given that the following described lauds or act much thereof Lot 1. Blk O. Slates Add 23 2 IS Holmes. John &: Affair. 2.56E A parcel of land Des in DB '
will be due % Lot 2. Blk O. Slates 122 P 550 24 ,2 II 9apakr M9* 1.gal..s.3 Co :-:
of as necessary to pay amount for taxes herein set opposite to the same
the bottom the skirt cap together with the cost of such sale and advertising. will be sold at public auction. Add 23 2 13 Foster Ida &: Waters A parcel of land Des in DB ,
sleeves and a scoop neckline. She Thursday September 12, 1963 at tho hour of 10:00 A. M. at the City Hall door Viola n.n 92P41 24 2 II 9ust1 M_ hivMlanitt Co 2J'
In the City of Live Oak in Suwannee County State of Florida. Let 1 &; N% Lot 4. BIll: R. The W 50 Ft of S 100 Ft
carried a bouquet of pink roses Slates Add. 2S 2 11 Forist Coatell & Eva lC.4S Lot 29 South Live Oak
scattered through white carnations DESCRIPTION SEC.TWP. RCE. NAME AMOUNT 334 Lot I .t Lot 6, Blk R. Sub-Dir 25 2' :', ,II a.tty MtH lam....t Co ,
l 362 Acres All N% of N% Slates Add 23 2 IS Williams Joe 11.30 The E 50 Ft of S 100 Ft .,'.
and her headpiece was a lying E of US Hwy No. Lot 2. Blk T. Slates Add 23 2 IS Johnson Canary: Ernest 2.71 Lot 30 South Live Oak
r clip-on hat with a pink circular 19 al now located in Yr. N% Lot 1. Blk W Less W Sub-Div 25 2" &Mr Mtv ".4"h... ..t Co 2 \ :
of 11156. a: S% of NE% &: 10 Ft. Slates Add 23 2 IS Williams EnrIioer 2.85E The W 50 Ft of S 100 Ft i
face veil and a dainty nylon rose sE3E of SE34 of SW3 Ii: % Lot 2. Blk' W. Slates 32 South Live Oak '
forming the crown. For her SUA of NEV of SW'4 IS 2 IS Live'Oak, Stone Co. f 52.41 Add 23 2 IS Williams Joe 5.U Sub-Div 25 'Z.'. II B..**. Omtrt ft .... 4 :
40.2 Acres N34 of SW% Lot 4. Blit X. Slates Add n 2 IS Parnell John Jr. 1.86 The W 50 Ft of S 100 'Ft .
jewelry she wore a pearl and Less 28 A across S. Side. Lot 5B. Lot 6 &: S 22 Ft Lots Lot 33 South Live Oak

e Crystal droplet necklace a gift &: Leas 2 A del in DB 69 I.B .t: 2.B Blk 20 or a lot Sub-Div 25 2 11 Swreiy Mtc tau.te>sat Co ,
t P no Less 9.15 A Des in oJ'- 182 Ft Sq. In SE Cot of Lot 7. Blk D. South Live
from the bride. DB 119 P 362 IS 2 13 Live Oak Stone Co. 14.86 BUt 20. NW Diy 23 2 13 Gallops W. D. &: Eunice U.66 Oak 2$ 2 II Kfefc. R4w.d R. 6
The bridesmaid. Miss Claire 115 Acres N'4 of NE 4 Lot 6. Blk D. Robinsons Add ZS 2 IS Morrison Robert M. Jr. 4.1 Lot 6, Blk F, South Live
Leas ACL RR A: NE3i of Yf." : Lot S. Bllt G. Robinsonl Add 23 2 IS McKever John B. Ir Lucille 1.28 Oak 3 6 2 II Te fnlhMs WlMk ft: K. R VII
Ann Edwards of Grosse Point NW 3i Less 1.10 JII to RR s.-. Lot 2, Bllt G, Robinsons Add 23 2 13 Greggl, Willie &: Frances Lot 7, Elk F. South Live' -
,) Mich., wore a costume identical des in DB 119 P 146 in McKner 10.7 Oak 25.. :, "'- .a-)! h... A
NE3i of NE3i. &: all N% Lots 4 &: 5. Blk G. Robin- Neck ,ssse I
: to that of the maid of honor. of N% of SE3: W of RR .., ,,,,-- -,,.._ sons Add 21 2 IS McKever Charlie 6.12 S 70 Ft Lot 6. Blk H. oft. .
The flower girl was Miss Mary Less N. an.3 ft. U'2'" 13 Live Oak Stone Co. 28.22 Lot 6. BIll: G. Robinsons Add 23 2 IS McKever John B. &: Lucille 4.6 Second Add 26 2, is Wf, our w. ,
i % Acre Beg at NE Cor, of. W 10 Ft Lot 4 .t Lots 5. 6. Lot 12. BIll: H. Goffs Second : ;
Cay Koroulis. sister of the bride. SEy4 of SW% &: Run S 7 8. &: 9, Blk K. Mor- Add 2$' "i II Black. JMM A. ft. A4a "
1 She' wore _a deep pink floor- no Ft a: W 226 Ft for a ", gans Map Robinlons Add 23 2 12 Ward W. A. 3.91 Lots 9 & 10, Bik 7, Liberty "
t f POB thence run W 110 Ft ... S 90 Ft of Lots 1 2. BlkL Heights 2$ 2 11 CWilct. A W' l** J. ft
: { length dress of silk organza witha S 106 Ft. E 110 Ft. N 105 Hildreth Md 23 2 IS Walker Benjamin M. Ir 1.. r l' t
short overskirt of embroidered Ft to FOB 14 2 13 Burist Dave&: Katie lG.U Beatrice 8.90 Lots 11 Ie 12. Elk 12, Liberty
Around her neck she % Acre Beg 112 Yds S of ; ., 'r f.. ; Lots 23 &; U. Blk B. Humph- __ Heights 26 2 11 Laaetar. W. B, I t'
organza. NE Cor of SE, of SWJa 4 reys SubDiy 23 2 11 Watkins, Biaby A Alberta j.O' Lot 18 Blk C. Sherwood : _
wore a small pearl and crystal : Run W 35 yds S 70 The S n.67 Ft Lot 3. a: N Forest 2$ 2 18 HM.M., JMacs A. i.
the maid of yds E n yds. N 10 yds to 21.61 Ft Lot j. Blk I. Car. 34 Acres SW% of SW 3 4
like that of
droplet FOB 14 2 13 Hays Arie 4.05 roll Add ZS 2 IS Ross Bessie. M. 0.04 Less 5 A Across E Side. .
honor. Her headpiece was a tiny Beg at a pt 675 ,ft .W of apt315ftSofNECorof N% Lot S, Blk II. Carroll. LesaiADesinDB9OP -
y Add 2J 2 IS Ford Willie 1.06 227 2$ '2 13 W,;...-. i. W. l' ,
matching organza veil topped by SE3; of SWY .t: Run W Lot 6. Blk II. Carroll, Add 21 2 n Fleming Johnnie Ear- Be* 2bof W of NEK of
small pink rosebuds. Both dress 105 ft. N 105.ftE 105 ft. line ..09 SW SE% A Run W
Mrs. S 105 ft to roB 14 2 IS Frasier G. W. 14.86 Lot 5. Blk III Carroll Add 21 2 11 Wilson. John-. 2.3i t.S100Ft.E50Ft..
and headpiece were made by ti A as Des in DB 98 P 23 14 ;2 13 Smith Fletcher a:' Thelma 2.06 Lots 10 &: 13. Elk ilL Car- N 100 Ft to POB 2$ t }3 Of*.* w.a.s ft AtWir
W. W. Bauman. She carried a The E 105n- of N so ft of roll Add 2S Z IS Griffin, Barbara T. 7.10 2 A Lot in S% of SE14 Bd .
basket with Lot 5. MeGranahan Addition Lots 11 Ir 12. Elk III Car- S by Davis N by Lawson 26 Z If BanH fir! JAR *
decorated pink
1- white 15 2 IS Lee Carl D. &; Geneva' 1.68 roD Add n 2 IS Holley Henrietta Est. C.U *"***- ", t'! "
ribbon and filled with pink rose Lot 6. MeGranahan Add 15 2 13 Hutchins. Wiley B. a: Lots 15 A 16. Blk III Car- Lot as Des in DB FF P 234 26 2' 15 f/8s t .,

petals. Peggy 1.18 roll Add 23 2 11 Smith Catherine Est B.U Beg at NW Cor of Elbert .
5 A in .SE Cot of SE3S of -.. Lot 26. Blk IlL Carroll Add 21 ,2 IS Green. Annie %.'11 Houston Lot t Ran S
The best man was Lt. Marv NW% S60 ft N a: Sa: Lots 1 Ir 2. BIll: IV Carroll 157% Ft. E 135 Ft N
Odefey from South Platte Neb. SS9 ft E Ir W 22 2 13 Smith H. E. S.56 Add ZS 2 11 Green Edward A. J.U 150 Ft. W 147 Ft to POB
Lot 8. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 IS Thompson Bethel a: Lots 4 Ir S. Blit IV Carroll DB 115 P 83 %6'2 I. B*.w*. .... ftVilla: 4 ,1
Ushers were Lt. Pat Chapman Annie Belle 2.55 Add 2S Z IS GrHn. Edward A. s.n 5 Acres A parcel of land

from Ada, Okla., Lt. Jim Alburn Lot 10. Beverly Hills Est. U .2 13 Nelson Talmadge A Susie n.s' Lot 4. Elk U. Reese Add 23 2 IS Loper Rufus I- 1.08 beg at a pt 630 Ft S of
1 Lot 11. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 13 Perry Nelson .t Annie %.91 Lot 7. Blk 42. Reese Md ZS 2 11 Jackson Arthur %.'11 NE Cor of SE% Ron "
i from Albion Penn.. and Nick Ko- N34 Lot 28. Beverly Hills Lot 11 Ir 12, Blk U. Reese W 805 Ft S 50 Ft. W 60 ..., ,
roulis brother of the bride. The Eat. U 2 IS May. Ethel Lee 2.U Add ZS 2 11 Elliott Flossie Ir Rufus s.n Ft S 240 Ft. E 600 Ft ..
Lot 32. Beverly Hills Est. 22 Z 13 Cole Myles .t Lillie U5 Lot 27. BIk U. Reese Add 21 2 n Ford, Ernest 1.80 N 392 Ft. E 300 Ft. N SOFt ''t .
groomsman was Lt. Pat Carnes Lots U .t 36. Beverly Hills Lot 9. BIk n. Gibbs Sub- to POB DB 127 P 164 26 Z is fig. lira ft' Mtte R;
of Albuquerque N. M., and the Est. 12 2 IS Whitaker, Eva Mae Ir Diy an Addition to Reese 1 Acre J A in SE Cor of
NW% of SE>4 Bd N by
James 11
3(0 Add 23 2 Tompkins WiIHe- ames
t ring bearer was Mark Sallade of: Lot U. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 IS Tompkins .carling Ir Bessie '.%1 Davis W by Fla RR S by .
Rawlins. Wyo. Hattie Lee 19.5 Lot 8 Blk U. ,Gibbs Sub- Hodges Less 2 A to Foster : < _
l I Lot 60. Beverly Hills Est. U 2 IS Brown. J. D. Ir Lorine 5.65 Diy aa Addition to' Reese 26 2. 6 _. 13 :W""fS-. A _l Mae 4
For her daughter's wedding Lot 67, Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 IS Gwinn, T. Roosevelt Add U 2 IS Thomas William Ie_ % Acre Beg 630 Ft W ft ,..
1 Mrs. Koroulis wore a pink silk Betty 6.15 Henrietta '.%1 105 Ft S of NE Cor of '
s34 Lot 90, Beverly Hills : Lots 4 Ie S.A, Blk I1. White SE% and ran W 70 Ft S :
dress-suit of deep rose and a hat Est. 22 2 IS Kelly.. Marguerite 2j Sub.Diy 21 2. IS Barber, N. M. Ir NOTice 105 Ft. E 70 Ft N 105 ." } _
of varying shades of pink and Lot 96, Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 IS Williams Drew Ir Lucinda 2.75 -. Howard n.so Ft to POB 2S Z. $, t* ......- .c "
I net. Her -accessories Lots 4 a: 5, Blk L-RRAdd 22 2 IS Merritt Johnson Ir. Dora Lot 1. Blk 12. Strathoma ZS ,2 11_ Waters Luther. Ir Dorothy s.n 1 Acre Lot 105 Ft N S
rose draped nylon Powell 1O.8t Beg 218 Ft S of NE Cor '. By 210 Ft E W Bee :'
: were matching shoes Lot 9. Blk 2. RR Add 22 2 IS Morris CorenI' %.16 BIk M: Ir TUn W 128 Ft as at a pt 210 Ft S ft 105
f anda Lot 1. Elk 4. RR Add 22 2" IS Rosa, Columbus 2.56 a POB thence run N 88 Ft W of NE Cor of SE%
t and purse with white gloves. N 15 Ft Lot 11. Elk 1. RR Ft W 32 Ft S 4G Ft W A said pt in NE Cor of
pink rose corsage. Add 22 2 IS Swain James A. 19.54 140 Ft, S 40 Ft. thence E said lot. DB 44 P 480 262 IS William., Ja. IitMJ' 4
S 50- Ft Lot 11. Bit 1, RR 172 Ft to FOB Blk M, Vt Acre A lot u des. in '
Mrs. Norris wore a pale blue Add 22 2 11 Stockton Estelle 4.11 Live Oak 2S 2 n Bas. E. L I.U DB 55 P 285 26 2 18 Twites. II.... A Samuel' .
lace sheath dress for her son's Add 4. U. 16. BU 7. RR Lot 9. Blk Q. Live Oak ZS Z IS Brooker F. N. lU.U ..1 Acre N 70 Yds of N%
blue 22 2 IS McCollum Samuel 17.(8 Lots 4-B .t $. BIll: S-1 Live of S% of NE% of St Rd
wedding with a matching Lots 6 A 1. Blk 8. RR Add Z2 2 IS Swain J. H. 6.68Lots Lot 8-N BIk U. Live Oak U 2 11 Elliott, Erne Lee 11.7 No. 69 27 2 13 Ward W. K. 4
straw hat. Her accessories were I, .c. 5. Ir 8. Elk 10. Lots tAU'S. Blk U. Lire 1.89 Acres --Eof Ft of N ..
and white RR Add 22 2 IS Bourassa EmilHn R. It.54 Oak 2S 2 11 Elliott Rufus Ie F10 I.n lOG Ft' of E% of
navy blue shoes purse Lots 2 a.. S. Blk 11. RR Add Z2 Z 11 Wilson Walter A Edna Lot 10 S BIk U. Live Oak n 2 11 Thomas Irene 2.'i7 NE14 of NW% 2T 2 13 Buriseaa. G. H. 1.
f gloves and a pink rose corsage. t.U Lot D. Blk U. Live Oak n 2 IS Murry Emma A Margaret 3. 38N34 25 Acres S% of N% of K
i The bride and left the Lot 11. Blk 2. Fruitland Add 22 2 11 Micckrns. MWayne.Ronald S.St Lot 7. BU 40. Live Oak ZS Z IS Thomas Kinley Ir Laura 20SS NEK W of Hwy 27 2 II Croft. GST,.. W. AMyrtic
groom Lot .12. BIll: 2. Fruitland Add ZZ Z 13 Koms. The E 100 Ft of W 200 Ft '
I 1 -' church through the traditional A Donald '3.7 of Lot 8 Blk 40, Live Oak 2S 2 IS Waldon Jessie Ie Emma 8% Acres AH SWK of
weddings Lot I. Elk S. Fruitland Add 22 2 11 Williams..John. H. 1.14 Lee IC.U NEK of NE% lying E
arch of sabers of -
military .
Lots I. 4. 5, 6. Ir 1. Fruit- Lots 12. 11. U. U. 16. Bit of St Rd No. 19 leas a
I formed .by the best man land Add 22 2 11 Mitchell, Isaac F. '.15 n. Live Oak 2S 2 11 Carter W. C. 1.18 trip of land 82 Ft acrossE
Lots. U. .15. 16. 1'1. Ii 18Bik'iHildreth'2nd W% Lot 31. Blk 5%. Live side ft 1hasDesIn
groomsman apd-ushers. : Add 22 "Z IS BiD. 01& Bell : :,-:. + DB 114.
a ; 8.U Oak 23 2 .11 Presley Henry Louise 17.41 P $3$ ,27 2 13 Pool Loy C. u ,
{ Immediately following the ceremony Lot,19. Bile 1; Hildreth- 2nd. Lot I. BIk. 68. Live .Oak 23 R2 : 13. Jenkins, immie Mae Ir y HARVEY W. PERR\
Add 22 .2. -11 1316
Gweawer Josephine n.n .. 16.45
P. .Fortr
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