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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'I VOLUME 64-NUMBER 26Third -
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CRAWFOBDVILLE, FLORIDA m rsday. February 14. 1N3r M
PRICE 10 CENTS PER COPT
in Series S.S./ eport Korea Woman

On Cancer Due in April Gets AwardDr. I Notes Off I

This is the third of a series of Self-employed people with 1962 Helen Kim president emetic The Cuff
answer to mosUof ten-asked profits of $400 or more must make tus of Ewha ,
questions >Woman> University, I by Keith Lee r
about a self-employment social ,
the security
health relationship Seoul Korea, has been selected to A tour of r .
of smoking and development report no later than April 15, 1963*. : sections of the county
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of receive Tkf
cancer. The series has been issued Walter K shoe, Social Security District for 1963. Upper Room Citation v show worlj being done on the following ;
The
by the Florida Division of the Manager in Tallahassee said given Citation is an award ; Tide Creek bridge on* the ,
American Cancer Society and !is this report should be made along Room, annually by TA. Upper road to Mashes Island work is being .
reprinted in this with the individual's income tax interdenominational- de- done on the Arran to Smith
newspaper aa a votional publication, to a person Creek load at newtoridge site at
feature of general public interest. report. With the income tax return who has
Readers "isbin&further information it goes to the District Direc- been judged outstanding a J Burnt Bridge as well as other
for his or: her contribution to world bridges that have been in .
in
; about cancer. control subjectsare tor of Internal Revenue. After the put '
requested to send their written report is checked for accuracy it is fourteen Christian fellowship. Among the .. 111< new subdivision located where old -:
inquiries direct 'to the state Division sent to the,Social Security Admini- previous citeee only one ,Ij a Simmons Lodge used to be, channelis
of the American Cancer stration., The earnings are then woman. has received this honor near completion at Panacea .
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Society 419 Tampa Street Tampa credited to the individual's social Miss Margaret Applegarth Chris Progress of this type always make '
Z, Florida.., I security account tian leader and; writer. She received i : .. : one wonder if this area of the Big
1. Q. Doe. smoking relieve tension Kehoe said it is very important until the Citation .in 1955. Up tk .;' __ Bend will move ahead It is.
the
? for the self-employed businessmanto selection of Dr. Kim, no tP rumored that work will get under- :
A. Smokers become used to the include his correct name and'' person has been chosen outside of way on the St. Marks channel prcM <
effects of smoking. Hence the social security number. This. assures North America. Previous Upper ject within the next 60 days also
habit of smoking seems to relieve him proper social security Room Citees are: John R. Mott .v a tVc q F t there is a rumor that a channel
the tensions that the absence of work credit for his earnings. His 1949-50; Frank C. Laubach 1961; may be dredged into Lanark Vil-
smoking creates in them. monthly social security paymentsat Frank C. Laubach 1951; Ralph lage yacht basin from 1-mile island

2. Q. Does smoking make the retirement will be based on past S. Cushman 1952; Jesse M. Bader, It would help the economy of .
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heart beat faster? earnings. Failure to report properly 1953; John A. Mackay. 1954; Margaret the country if the Aids To Navigation -
A. Yea. Smoking does Increase would definitely affect the T. Appleyarth 1955; Ivan \ '\ station of the U. S. Coast

the pulse rate. Probably this is due I amount of future benefits to the Lee.ft,..._Holt... 1958.;' Warner__ Sallman Guard was located in the county. 4
,to nicotine in businessman and his IDD3amuet uci>rea Cavert, maybe the local legislative I
the smoke family. Edwin J. Stevens and Steve O. Stevens. of Spring Creek injured delegation .
3. Q. Are'the lungs able to ride Under the social security law,, 1&58G.. Bromley Oxnam, 1959;;;:about 1 mile North of Panacea Bridge on U.S. High way were 98. Both men Tuesday were Bight taken.la to a Tallahassee one-car areldtitt. can help us get it Under
themselves of tar particle? monthly payments to an individual Theodore F. Adams, 1960; Ralph t Hospital. The car was a total loss Cpl. Reeves, Trooper Hawklna of the Highway Patrol Met and- the accepted reapportionmentplan
: A. Normally, particles inhaled worker range between $40 and W. Scckman 1961; James R.by','Deputy Keightley'R. E.).Whsley worked the accident. Edwin L. Stevens was charged with reckless driving. (Photo Wakulla will be in a district
with the air we breathe fall onto $127 a month. Family paymentscan Mutchmor, 1962. with Franklin Liberty and Gulf
the mucous lining of the bronchial go as high as $254 a month. Dr. Kim is one of the best known counties should be a workable

tubes. This lining acts like an The key to the whole matter, ac Christian women of" the world. She district, Gulf and Bay now com-
escalator constantly carrying par. cording to Kehoe, to to report correctly has 8em.d' upon many governmental pose a district Gyms at Sop
ticles upward by the whipping action and on time. He suggests and ecumenical committees choppy and Sbadeville are pro-
of small hair-like structures that before mailing income tax and and is a member of many national gressing rapidly Plenty ofcolds
called cilia, which normally move self-employment returns the businessman and world organizations. She had and flu can be found in the
at the rate of 1,000, times a min: should check the name been connected with Ewba University :. county as almost every other person
ute. Inhaled cigarette smoke slows and social security number on the for 44 years and served it is affected by the germ .
or stops the action of the cilia and report against his social security as president from 1931 to the time Guess we could all do with a few

thus impairs the cleansing action card. Social security ,cards or 'duplicate of her retirement in 1961. days of warm sunshine Con-
In lungs that need it Dr. Kim has been
most cards are available from vice-president, gratulations to the 0. E. Hen-
4. Q. Why does smoking cause the social security office at 306 W. 'International Missionary 'Council; F 1Y + dricksons and their new baby boy

coughing? Jefferson St. In Tallahassee.A president Korean Association: of Gilbert Gowdy assumed his
A. The smote contains irritating representative from this 'office University Women; vice-president 1 4l duties as a school..board member on
particles' and Interfere. with the will be at the Courthouse in Korean Red Croas; chairman Monday tight Glad to see Jack
function of the cilia. As aresult.COUpln1' 1st of Board of Truatees of the National.
Crawfordville Friday Pearce
every home
l ,, ,,. from Turkey, under-
... .is the only way that the the month at 9:30 aon. to assist YWCA of Korea, of which she was I stand that he will be stationed at
!substances n :'Ytdal.can Jtc.t'dof irritating persons in, filing'Vrtaim: or wanting one of the founders; head of the '-- / #. Charleston C., when he. reports
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and mucous in the Department of Information
other information concerning of
back to
lungs. social security matters.Marianne Korea during the Korean War, : rt YIjibEI. duty.
6. Q. Will smoking stunt your She has represented Korea three ,. "'
I growth? times at the United Nations She .. -....... -
A. There is one school of thought Woman was a delegate to the World Council ./" v. -"'!;. Mrs. Leth Oliver

'that smoking may impair or retard of, Churches at New Delhi, -. ,
Worthy Matron
:natural growth functions. However Gets AppointmentMsrianna India, November 196L. .. '
4 theN is no clear-cut evidence Feb. The appointment I Recently ,Dr. Kim was in Paris Fandr. 1 v Thursday night February 7th,
on this point.Local I of Mrs. Jeffie Evans of u head of the Korean delegationto 1963 installation of the new Officers

II II I Marianna formerly U.S.Q. Direc- the world UNESCO meeting. rl. .-"- of Crawfordville ChapterNo.
I tor, as Coordinator Volunteer She is chairman of the Commission .';: -- 242 of the Order of the Eastern
: Station Services at Sunland Training Cen- on Evangelism of the Korean 1.1> Star was held in the Masonic

Gives SeminarA ter here, has been annuonced by Methodist Church and also of the ?: R. C. Boardmea, left Commodore Miguel Colorado and Staff Officer, William Wyatt discuss Ala n* Hall at Crawfordville. Miss Em-
Dr. James G. Foshee, superin- National Council of Korea. or Florida Yaehtvan's Week to be observed starting Feb. 23. Colorado is Commodore of the 7th U.s. malou Brown, past Grant Matronof
thirty-minute television dis- tendent. Mrs. Evans will enlist -- :.at Guard AsuttiUry and Commas4er Boardmes i* Direeto rot the Coast Guard Auxiliary. the Grand Chapter of Florida
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euuaon V*: m topIC. VA major Intereati the aid of individuals an<\ civic was Installing GrandOfficer. Assisting
to.every corn farmer-.Farm Management -: and church groups for the many Gwin's OfficeOpen Jaycees Sponsor New Series by were Boynton Cox as Installing -

-will be presented on I types of volunteer services need- Saturday I Fishing TournamentThe Channel 11 Grand Patron; Mrs. Haul
WCTV Channel 8. Feb. 19. at 1:00 ed at this institution for the mentally McFadden Grand Marshall; Mrs.
P.M.ThI. |1 retarded. J. M. Gwin Tax Collector announced first annual Wakulla County WFSU-TV will begin a new and Boynton Coxr Grand Chaplain;
special program is the second Already people in the Northwest today that his office wouldbe tournament will be held this unusual series of programs Mon- Mrs. Julia Geeslin as Grand Secretary

in a series of farm seminars Florida area are begining to vol- open. all day Saturday, February year. day, February 11, at 9:00 p.m. ; and Mrs. Millner King,
designed to acquaint corn growers unteer for the type of assistance 16, so that those who wishto The Wakulla County Junior GREAT DECISIONS 1963 is Grand Organist. Mr. George Ruas
with the latest efficient practices each is beat fitted to give, Mrs. purchase auto tags could do so. Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring based upon the intricate and Im- of Wakulla was vocal soloist, accompanied -
being followed by successful grow Evans says. Volunteer secretarial Gwin said that even tho he was what is expected to be one of portant international issues that by Mrs. George Ruas
,,ers, and recommended by agricultural service is the greatest need now, running about 100 tags'ahead of the largest and best fishing rodeos will face the United States and wr Officers Installed were: Leth
authorities. she says, as an 'aid to getting all last year that there are still a ever held in .this area. the world, during the coming year. Oliver Worthy Matron; John Dan
The Farm Seminar panel for this the other programs under way. lot of, people who- have not got This tournament will start in Each sixty minute program is Ida, Worthy Patron; Lucille

management discussion consists of The Gray Lady group will be one |their tags yet. April and run through December.It based upon a single topic of high Cummins Associate Matron; Al-
,five knowledgeable men selected of the first to be organized. 'Gwin said he wanted to empha will cover King Mackerel Spanish importance. The subjects will not bert Moore Associate Patron;
for their personal experience with There is some type of volunteer size again that there would be no I Mackerel Cobia, Bluefish, Dolphin be treated in a unified way but Josie Daniels Secretary; Kitty

managing a farm business. They work to fit everybody's talents extension of time this year and Redfish, Speckle Trout and each will be presented in the man- Mills, Treasurer; Mae Brown, Conductress
are: Ralph Palan a vocational .work as nurses' aides in recrea-- that the final day to run on the Tarpon. ner most effective for that particular ; Inez Walker, Chaplain;
agricultue instructor 1902 tags is Febraury 20. Check-out stations will be located > issue.
; successful tion and entertainment, processingof j Mary Bevis, Marshall; Nell Russ/
farmers Maynard Jensen Frank donated clothing, overseeing the | throughout the:County from The eight programs will be Organist; Virginia Branch Adah;
Mitchell and Will Erwin; banker|mending and repair of such clothing -, Panacea Bridge to St. Marks for shown on the following topics: ElSie Cogdill, Esther; Pauline
,. and farm manager Don Willard; letter writing for ,residents,: Card of ThanksWe the fishermans convenience. | (1) The Common Market-Blue- Schmidt Elects; Kay Strickland,
and county agent Ellis Christen. holiday parties and birthday wish to express our: sincere The rules for the tournament print for a New Europe? Warder; Z. W. Revelle! Sentinel.
The main discussion will center)parties, group play, record playing appreciation to our many friendsor :and the prizes to be awarded will ((2) Red China and the USSR- The following were unable to attend
around how proper farm management accompanying children.to outside their kindness and sympathy ,be announced on March 1st. How Firm an Alliance? Thursday night but will be
-: .is the key to increased in activities (shopping trips i land for the many beautiful floral The tournament is being held in (3) Algeria-What Future? installed at a later date: Gladys

come. The harvested crop is only .. .M<.* ntA to the librarian,I Iet.e. I fferln.n- /tiirino-- the illness and conjunction with the business men (4)) Spain-End of the Franco C. L. Townsend Jr. Sayre.- Ruth.: Anita------- TnamwlA-- -,- --_
one of the tanner's resources. carpenters, painters, auto mechan-( of our beloved father. of our county, but will be complete Era! Martha; and Sarah Timmons, Associate
Along with seed, he must also con ics, electricians etc. There is amovie Your thoughtfulness will ever ly co-ordinated and advertised by ((5)) India-Is Democracy Working Wakulla Countians Conductress.Mrs. .
: alder his soil labor, equipment and] Saturday afternoon be remembered and we pray God's the Junior Chamber of Com I. Oliver has chosen the
every Honored of
U. F.
i capital investment; and all of these and volunteers are needed to ac 'richest blessings upon each of merce. (6)) Laos and VietnamSoutheast at colors of pink, blue, and gold

must be. coordinated throughoutthe company J groups from' cottage to|you. j I Asia in Danger Supt., and Mrs. C. L. Townsend t] Her flower is the pink rose. The
year" so that a profitable opera-i: movie and back again. Cottage' Ernest Roddenberry and family I (7) Alliance for Progreu.NewDeal have received word from the University Chapter room was decorated with
I. don is the result. Showing how sponsorship is a field for volun- "Norms"Rudd and family Mrs. Lula Mae Smith in the Americas of Florida that C. L. Jr. the chosen flower tied with blue
this can be most efficiently teers too.'With (8)) Peace-What Problems. and has been elected President of the! and gold ribbon.
F achieved will be the aim of 'thepanel over a hundred retardates SOPCHOPPY Funeral services Prospects? Baptist Student Union there for rj The Installation was open to the
program. The participants BIRTH for Mrs'-Lula Mae Smith, 57, 1963. C. L. is in his 3rd at t|
ANNOUNCEMENTS
already in residence and 72 morea Program number one "The year public. A covered dish dinner
i her home late
will take management out of t Mr. and Mrs. O. E. ) who died at Thursday ** the University and is in the
[a month expected until a total of (Corkey | Common Market will examinee preceded the service and was well
stereotyped picture aa "just bookke.ping" Henderson. the birth of night, Jan. 31, was held at School of Pharmacy which is a 5:
288 have been received (the maximum ; announce a Common Market and show how attended by many distinguished
and translate it into a number that can be taken I son, February 7, at the Tallahas- graveside in the West Sopchoppy it relates to the economy of the year course Aho, Sammy AJII1 guests and the families of the

vital and essential procedure. care of adequately in the present I Bee Memorial Hospital named Or I Cemetery.The Rev._ Emmett "Whaley'andthe United States and the world. TheChannel : good, son of Mr. and Mrs. ine:nbers.

facilities, that Is until further remodeling lie Eugene Jr. 11 series will also be Alligood of Crawfordville was Many lovely gifts were re-
Rev. Luther Stokes officiated.
New Light ChurchTo can take place. ), these Mr. and Mrs Kit Tucker of Tallahassee broadcast across the National Educational elected Vfce- President of the ceived by the newly installed
She. native of Thomas
was a
services are already needed. formerly of Crawford Television Network of BSU for 1963. Certainly WakullaCount U Worthy Matron and Worthy
Hold Sing ville, announce the birth of a girl' County, Ga.. but. had. resided In 70 affiliated non-commercial stations. is extremely proud of these Patron.
Sopchoppy for about 30 years. She *
Elizabeth Keakealani weight 7 1 Ib .. 2 fine young men.
A lapel Sing will be held.at. Gasoline Tax was, a member of the Baptist I .
14 oz. born .t Tallahassee I I
the New Light Assembly of God Church. I Wakulla Gets
'Church Friday, Feb. 15, beginning Shows Increase I morial) Hospital, February 8. She Is survived by her husband, February Is L I

: at 7:30 p.m. estate Comptroller Ivery Smith Sopehoppy; two' *xtensl on WorkThe Race Track Funds

, Sunday Feb. 17 an old fashioned Ray E. Green reported today gasoline sons, Charles Wesley ol Sopchoppy I' "HeartMonth" : TallahasseeState Comptroller
: Revival will .begin at the church, tax collections for January Sopchoppy PTA and William C. of Tallahassee; Wakulla County Chapter of Meeting Thursday Jty E. Green said today race track
it s services beginning at 7:80 p.n. based on December business totaled two nephews Albert Grimes of the Florida Hear Association will This is just a reminder of our tax cheeks for 129,000 will be
a each night.. The Rev. Clay C&Ait. i11.<
.. ._ treK from Meigs, Georgiaw ill be cent, over the comparable The regular' meeting. of' the, Pennsylvania; nine grandchildren county during the month of .Feb-Thurada7 evening at 7:30 p.m. at Green said this will bring die*
:J;: the Evangelist.Rev. month for the previous year. Sopchoppy P.T.A. will be held ; two sisters Mrs. Riley Horn ruary for donations to the Heart the Courthouse in.Crawfordville. total received by each county for
.. E.' J,; Stafflebeem is the Green said collections also top- Feb. 21 at 7:80 p.m. in the school of Eau Gallic F1a., and Mrs. Cur- Fund: Your.contributions will be For the success of this impor- the current fiscal to. fttjOOO or
: paster, of- the obarch'> which i is?Peesr those of,'December: 5-83 per auditorium. The executive committee .[;ties Hamilton of Valparaiso Fla.; greatly appreeia Although thistant project it is necessary that $8,500 more than received for the
I. located aiest.k :.12 ,mOea from Tal-I cent. Total gallons gold In December of the P.T.A. will meet I two brothers, Thomas L. Porter: of is a fairjy new chapter in out every' person involved to be pres- comparable period last year.

: I J.u-M. .> '"off..f'HI --,V",-tote' CrawordvUleJ: 196T was 16t,2.56.: Feb. 19 in the school Library a ;:Tallahassee and Rayford Porter country it is very important, and nt I think you will enjoy par- Each of the 67 counties received

I ... wat'0....".. !'-. :- J' 800 pan. of Mulberry. ?,''',, your interest and help are soreljticipating. .P a total of $208,0001a4 year which
;, ; needed. was the largest in the JaJ.torol
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'2 WAKULLA COUNTY JJKWB IN THE ,CIRCUIT COURT OF 'THe 'School Board l .' ShadevilleGirl
.14il$ WWAKULLA Dees.Barber5hop: SECOND JUDICIAL N AND
Thursday February CIRCUIT; .
FOR WAKULLA *- MALICIOUS V f FROM LImE
'1 :2258 South Monroe IN .CHANCERY. CASE NO. Minutes Is Honored *

y by Men',.and BoysJHairemls MILDRED. 'GARCIApuuxxurr ,,... February 11, 1963 Pearly Mae Rosier it winner WOODS SPARKS.- .. -

'VS .' The Wakulla County School from Sfaadeville high school Of
NEWS .
DEB JH&J'I9fDAMT ,
.......... ... .. ...... ..... BURNERS :
7:00 PJXL* February 11,1963. The Betty Crocker Breach for the
telephone WAlnut 6.3501 .D I V.O_'".C'E I Chairman Mr. Crum, called the American Hocnemaker of "Tomor ROB US ALL! WFlREs GROW!
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,6' NOTICE TO 'APPEAR meeting to order ,with the .following row. She thus.becomes eligible for

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"' Mr. Rod
# THE STATE OT FLORIDA TO: I members\ present: one of 102 scholarships with a
BABYSITTING Will for
'w care Address L. -Barda ,denberry, Mr. Paulk Mr. Poesy, total value of 110000.

.>Virginia Keijhtley -L ._.'Editor .small children,in:my home fory Unknown and Mr. Gilbert H Gowdy wh Haying scored first in her school NO SELLING. SPARE TIME TO START 'y
: : mothers, ,daytime' } notified that s suit I .
; working You arc hereby
for divorce has been .brought against was appointed to fill the unexpired in the. knowledge and attitude ASSOCIATE DISTRIBUTOR-COLLECTOR
,evenings-by appointment. Mrs.? you in the Ctrcntt Court of Wakn&aCounty. I term of the late Mr. Ravadee
test on homemaking given senior
II I Solomon Crawfordville,. :Florida. In.Chancery bjr Mtt- Opportunity to own a local wholesale business of your .
II I Jack.Florida. Bred .Garcia to the aDd,with youare the Clerk hereby of the required Spea.rs. girls Dee. 4* ,the winner's paper own. Business completely set up for you. No experience

I Entered at Crawfordville.'Florida, Circuit Court your written appearance I Moved by Mr. Paulk.and seconded baa been entered in competitionwith needed. Male or female. No age limit if in good health.
J la ,maid suit and to serve .a copy of by Mr. Posey that the Board those of other state high
second class matter. Subscription same on plaintiffs attorney oa or be EARN UP TO $400 PER MONTH PARTTIME.You .
as .I' ""i fore Herein the fall lith not day or the of March.BIll tn A.D.this cause 1.*.. employ Mr. Donald Tucker aa attorney school winners for state-wide- hon will deliver and collect from local' retail'stores. Must

rate: $3.00 per year. will be taken pro confetso. to represent the Wakulla ors. have auto, references and a min. $1001.47 to $20002.94.Investment .

'.O:L A'8.8LFIiE: D Witness-the Honorable W. May Walk- County Board of Public Instruction The State Homemaker of Tomorrow secured by inventory. Write for personal inter-
.... of the said Court and .the in all legal matters which be
Judge will named in the
WANTED .AT ONCE-= '
BawfeTgl seal thereof at Tallahassee. Leon view giving name, address, phone no. and past history to:
:Dealer in Wakulla Co. ',Writ*I County.Florida this 41th day of Feb might confront this Board or come spring. She will receive a $1,500 .' MORGAN ASSOCIATES .
,If You'Need ,. ... ruary. A. .D.. IIG.I to the_attention of.the said Board. scholarship from General Mills '
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RawieJgh FAB220-3. Memphis,I I 1628 San Marco Blvd. Suite 14 e' Jacksonville 7, Florida ." :
"T enn. Moody Pearce Mr. Tucker.will be compensated bya sponsor of the program. ,A $500

.o Business Office Supplies Machines Fb. H26, Mar..CLASSIFIED 'I.Clerk WakuBa Circuit CountyBy Court fee in the amount $100.00 per award will be made to the second ;-i' '

month.- Mr. Tucker is to be considered highest ranking Homemaker of
Pearce
Office Furniture : Jerry
Deputy Clerk in the employ of this.Board Tomorrow in the state. The school

See or Call until such time that his servicesare
.r George L. 'HarperAttorney .of each state winner will receive a
,at LawCrawfonMlte. terminated by the action of set of Encyclopaedia Britannica.
:RANEY WHALEY Florida COMPLETE
; Feb. l+a41oMar. 1 'this Board. Later,.State Homemakers of Tomorrow Tallahassee
: Voting for the motion: Mr. with their advisorswill
at Block 9, FLORIST
FORSALE-Lot .123. :
SHADYVILIEHIGHLIGHTS
: I Posey, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Gowdy Mr. enjoy an expensepaid educational
CAPITAL.OFFICEEQUIPMENT Panacea .Park, Panacea, Fla. "
CO. Contact Mrs. 'Minnie Lee Mc- Roddenberry and Paulk'and Mr. Crum. tour of New York City, Washington Flowers & Candy Inc. SERVICE ::
Moved by Mr. seconded D.C. and Colonial Williams- _

319 South Adams St. Fall, Cario Georgia. by Jennie V. Lewis and by Mr. Roddenberry that the burg, 'Va., which will culminate .. ."ItJ

Corner E. PensaeolaTALLAHASSEE Chester Miller Finance Officer be required to attend .- with the naming of the 1963 All- !

FLORIDA Our high school first semester at least one of the monthly American Homemaker of Tomor ?" :

Classified:: ;-- r- --- honor students are: Charles SlaI meetings at which._time the financial ... .

:FOR SALE-iBoat, 26-foot Cabin, ter, Sarah Green, Lula Rosier, statements" for the pnor II row.The national winner's scholar ...

Crueler New Motor,. Real Arthur Finch, Beanie Slater, Hattie months operation will be presented ship will be raised to 45,000, with ." ,)::'

FOR SALE*- Nice New House; Cheap. Contact Judge'Harper, Randolph, Jeannette Poole, Pa-.to the Board. second third and fourth place Formerly Tillman's

Basement, !\Deep Well Kitchen Crawfordville TeL Office. tricia Allen, Perry Slater, Joseph Voting for the motion: Mr. winners being granted $4,000, $3- 1 EAST. JEFFERSON STREET" "''.

I Furnished $4950. Real WA-6-3351.',Residence .WA 63811. Brown', Doris Shingles, Jennie V Roddenberry, Mr. Posey, Mr. 000 and $2,000 scholarships' re-

Easy Terms. R. ',Walthall. Lewis, Pearly Rosier, Josh Gavin, Gowdy, Mr. Paulk and Mr.. Crum. spectively. .

Clytie .Farmer, Susie Williams, Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and ,
PO Box 187, Sopchoppy Fla. Prepared and scored by Science "

William Green, and Delores Smith. seconded by Mr. Posey that the i Associated, Chicago, the knowledgeand ..f.- kPHONE

The Honor Banner was given to Board reimburse the F. E. A. I attiude test is the basis for ;

IN THE 'CIRCUIT :COURT Of THE the twelveth grade for the fourth:Delegates to Jacksonville meetingin naming of local) and state Homemakers 224.5023 TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA 4:
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SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE "'
STATE OF !FLORIDA, IN AND FOR six Weeks for having the highest the amount $20.00 each. !'of Tomorrow. Personal observation .
WAKULLA COUNTY. CHANCERY percentage of students on the hon- Voting for the motion: Mr. and interviews are factors or WA 6-3301 CRAWFORDVILIiEVt
B.k p. INCORPORATED,. a > _
corporation. i or 'roll. Roddenberry, Mr. Posey, Mr. in the national .judging.

v*. Plaintiff )> 1112 No. The elementary honor students Gowdy, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Crum. The 1963 Betty Crocker Search
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JOHN WILLIAM BROCK.and > are: Kenneth W. Smith, Phaedra Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and another all-time high in enroll-
SARA CLYDEAN.BROCK.
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,his wlfa, ) Farmer, Diane Monroe, Gwendolyn seconded by Mr. Posey that Mrs. ment, with 410,466 girls in 12.964 I
NOTICE Defendant OF*. SUIT ) Taylor, Renita William Diane Patricia P.: Cassady's English schools participating. Since the

To:SARA JOHN CLYDKAN WILLIAM .BROCK BROOK aDd hi* Acre, Glorida Gavin, Barbara Ho- Class be granted her request for a program started nine years ago, t* TALLAHASSEE MEftl RES

/ wile, wtooaa residence Ja uiv- ward, Markaret Randolph, Jarvis field trip.Voting'. approximately three million girls

You known are :ker by required to file your Farmer, Gloria Manning, Ann for the motion: Mr. have enrolled, and, including this FLORIDA S1ATE

proceedings written defense tn this If Court any. in aDd'the serve, above a Smith, William Maxwell, Jean Bea, Roddenberry, Mr. Posey, Mr. year, scholarship awards will approach -

copy .of toe ,same upon 'the attorneysfur and Marilyn Rosier.A Gowdy, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Crum. the million dollar mark.
,the plaintiff on or by Posey Today Saturday
of N.F.A. members
,- day of March which proceedings being a Jobn to along with some N.H.A. girls re- by' Mr. Roddenberry that the
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I. foreclose a mortgage from William
: Brock and Sara Clydean Brock. cently returned from Tampa vist- bills be paid as presented. CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONALS' Chariton Heston "First Spaceship
his wife to Bevts Construction Companyfi -
BOSTON LOS ANGELES 1nc:.. a corporation ,said Tnort- ing the State Fair. They reported Toting for: Mr. Posey, Mr. Rod
gage being dated December 30".116& having wonderful time and getting denberry, Mr. Gowdy Mr. Paulk YvetteMinieux"DIAMOND On Venus"
LONDON : and recorded In Mortap.Book..2s.f on
and Mr. Crum. Mr. and Mrs. George Walker attended
page 113. of the public records Wakuiia some very rich experiences.Josh .
County. Florida and encumbering Moved by Mr. Posey andseconded the State Fair at Tampa'ast Plus Co-Hit
the following property situate, ly- Gavin, Charles Slater, Richard
lug and being In Wakulla County rlorMU. Gavin, and Bennie Donaldson by Mr. Paulk that'the Minutes week.
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east unit of Panacea Mineral spending several
his home after
'Springs Property. Inc.. as perplat N.FJL: Judging Team. read.Voting I to
of same record In Plat We happy to have Mrs. for the motion was Mr..days in the Tallahassee Memorial George Chakiris UNBELIEVABLE'CAPITOL
Book No. 1 Page five (S) of were '
8( !EIMONITOR the Public Records .of Wakulla Arator Franklin, the parent of Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Gowdy, Hospital.Mr. .
County Florid Mr. Crum. and Mr. Roddenberry. and Mrs. Moody Pearce and
DONE: and OftDERCP at Craw- three of our students, Richard,
fordvlUe.February riorVU.1MB thisu' + day. of Johnie, and Irene Franklin, visIting Moved by Mr:Paulk and seconded daughter, Jan, the Rev. Richard MRRY'HIGHWAYOUTDOOR DRIVE-IN

'MOODY PEARCE our campus on Monday, February by Mr. Posey that the Board Sprague and Mr. and Mrs. Fred OH WOODVlllE( HWY.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
adjourn. Keightleywent to Quincy last smsgssBBBa SMBHMHHHBBHaHBMBBfllTriple
By > Pearce 11. She represented our
Je erry Voting for the motion was Mr. Thursday to attend the Revival
GIBBONS GIBBQN9.. TUCKER P.T.A. in their effort to learn more
COFER Posey, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Gowdy, Mr. Services being held at the Methodist Friday and Saturday Feature Hit
Attorneys for Plaintiff about our school. She is to reportto ,Roddenberry and Mr. Crum. church there. Rev. Clovis Showing 7:30 Showing 7:25
D18 First National Bank md, her.observations.
the P.T.A. on
InterestingAccurate Tampa 2.'Florida Feb.. 7-1441-38 Henry A. Crum, N Chappell the world famous speak.. Audie Murphy "REBEL

i,I ChairmanC. er was the Evangelist.Mrs. WITHOUTCAUSE"
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NOTICE OF SALE j1 L. Townsend underwent "Joe Butterfly"CoHit
Tot.Jessie A. Carter. Purchaser : J. K. Moore
Complete Box.23 : SuperintendentIn at the Tallahassee Memorial .
Panacea. Florida i$ fEET'gfJ! surgery 9:10 At 9:25
You are hereby ,notified that the :: :: 1 Hospital last week. "EAST OF EDEN"
.lataraatiaftal N.w. Covarasa following motor 1837 Ford vehicle 2: dr f : i Jack Pearce son of Mr. and Mrs. .David Niven
At 11:30"A
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The Christian Science Monitor will be sold at public aa1e.at 300 p.m.:[ = I "THE BEST OF PBIVATEENEMIES"
On Norway St. Boston 1 S. Mas*. o'clock 1M3 .at en Adams the Itth Standard day of February.Station:i &:::: :::: -iZ 5 :: The ServiceUSS Saturday for a two weeks been visit AFFAIR" '
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Crawfordville.
proceeds Y8llCIII.lUtlllmu e T 4' LEXINGTON (FHTNCJf
s.nd your. nwpopr for the time 1 the sate will be ,applied to the pay I. )? tioned in Turkey with the Air
checked' Enclosed find my check or meat of the cost ,of"s retaking, storing. =Larry J. Moeck, electronics technician -
money order. 'O V*r $22 and sale of said motor vehicle and the i, kVIPP SIDES ;; seaman, USN, son of Mrs. Force. .
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C 6 month $11 0 3 months 55.50 cost of publication notice t ; Mrs. Homer Limbaugh and .
and then to the satisfaction of the Esther Moeek of Carrabelle, Fbu,
balance ,due under 'the contract coverhideg pt1 FOR MEN AND WOMEN Sons have moved to Crawfordville, .
advanced the
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Nome Any surplusof will be paid toyou. r with velvety-soft air-cushioned while aboard the having rented one of the newly
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t I Innersoles and buoyant support f ft constructed duplex apartments
balance remaining unpaid under saidcontract. : aircraft carrier USS Lexington.
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14: Mrs. Jeanette Land and son A-B Honor Roll and Un. ,Robert Poppie ,of .. Tfcondajr Febraai U,'1m
Tracy, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tauton, Hilton, Ga.,were business ,visitors
t son Robert and daughter Cathyof "A" HONOR ROLL '1 here 'the latter part of last -week.
Panama City were visitors of'' 4th grad*-*Tony Anderson, Del-! Mr. and Mrs Steve oggfns'are
Mr. and Mrs. Bun Simmons and bert Roberts. I visiting their daughter, Major,and Motorists. :S.UWANNEBS'110RJB
Mr. and Mn.-L C. Sapp Sun. Fifth grade .Jerry Simmons,' Mrs. Albert H. Halcomb in Tam-
da,. Dora Pigott. pa and also are attending the fair. '
t ,Mr.S. W. Revell is home from 6th a-rade-Starr Rudd, David Mr. Lee'Work spent.most of last hire'simportant CRAWFORDVILLE, FLA. ,

t the hospital, hope you will soon Evans, Earl Vause, Jackie Law- week in Tallahassee on business. LAWRENCE GLOVER, MGR. __ :
be able to go fishing with Mr. Gus horn. Mrs. Maribel Kreager is spend; ( ., '
I Simmons as Mr. Gus misses those 8B grade Wanda Kaye Cox, lug the week in Atlanta visitingher Quantity R&hta 'Reserved
fishing trips very much. / Jimmy Evans, Adronna Anderson. son, Mr. and Mrs. Paul! M.. k
Mr. and Mrs. Delton Calvin of 12trrgrade Sarah Strickland. i Kreager and children.Mr. news SHOP 'We Have ti Complete !'BEKEf f: --
Hedart visited Mrs. Calvin's mother I and Mrs. George Walker ,
Mrs. Delma Roberts Sunday "B" HONOR ROLL spent the weekend in Tampa: "< J
afternoon. tat grade-Mabel Crum, Gerald I visiting friends and attending the for you. .-, LINE OF MEATS :j .

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Crum of Duggar, La Frona Fuller, Joyce fair. They also visited Mr. and .. ,'
Tallahassee attended the basketball McKenzie, Dillie' Porter Debbie I Mrs. Nick Gonatos at Clearwater.We STEAKS CUT TO ORDER \
game ,in Sopchoppy Friday Sanders, Debra Yohn, Raymond regret to report that Mrs. ,
I night Mrs. Crum is the former Smith, Phylis Carraway, l5awn Georgia Moore is ill at Tallahassee WEEK-END SPECIALS ,. .
Maribeth Roberts of Sopchoppy. Roussey, Sallie Sanders, Kessel Memorial Hospital. .
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Mrs. Delma Roberts and Miss Lo- is, Gilbert Sanders Tom'Smith, the Miami area this week with End Cut "

uelle Gray were among many who Richard Tice, Peggy Barge Amanda her daughter, Mrs. Frances Craft CHOPS I. :SirloinSte:
PORK
attended the Gospel sing Sunday Henderson, Faye MetcalfrBrenda and her son, Mr. Edwin Trapp. .
afternoon at the Assembly of God Odom, Janice Vause, Janet Mrs. Essie M. Cogdill spent the s j'
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i church in Ivan. White, Wanda Vause. weekend with her daughter Kayat ::39c Lb.
Mrs. Claude Sanborn of Carra- 2nd grade Helen Roussey, Ja Florida Hall at 'F.S.U. and at-

belle visited her sister ,Mrs. Bessie net Henderson.2nd3rd tended the Tarpon Show on Sat- '
Brooks and her brother-in-law Mr. Comb.- Glen Gray. urday p.m. and visited at the e

Brooks in Sopchoppy recently.Mr. 3rd grade-Chuck Birch, Kathy First, Baptist Church on Sunday! Star Fire 12 oz :RainbowCOOKING
\ and Mrs. Bearniee Barwiek Brakebill, Dianne Vause, Naomi! morning. ,
: and children visited Bernice's par McKenzie, Lisa McKenzie, Joe Tully Mr. Harry; DeShazo has re- Lunch Meat '. ,' Otl5'Ib..Jug59c ..
ents Mr. and Mrs. Braxton Bar- Debra Revell. turned to his home here after
wick during' the weekend.Mr. 4th grade-Charles Porter, Carl several weeks in East Orange, .
and Mrs. Louie Posey and Reveil, Stan Whaley, Carol King, N J. due to illness in his family. 3 for 1.00 :
z girl were visitors in Sopchoppy Joyce Metcalf, Judy Sanders, Nell Mr. and Mrs. John Tooke spent

t Sunday. Mathers, Shirley Crum*, Barbara the weekend in Cedar Keys with ., ... 1 _
Church services of the Church Thompson, Carmen Duggar.5th relatives. ,' .. .
i of Christ in Sopehoppy are held grade Rita Tully, Jean Mr. W. E. Mock is still a patientat Jim Dandy
Orchid
i each Sunday morning with Sunday! Carter, Lora Kyle, Mitchell Law- Tallahassee Memorial Hospitalbut 'Blue _
1 school clases at 10:00 and cervices hon, Rita Rudd, Joan Sanders, is reported improved and he GRITS5Lb.29c. 'RICE31b.Cello35c ;
at 11:00. Brother McCol- arne Stokley.8B hopes to be out in a few days. 1
luugh from Tallahassee is the pas grade-James*Duncan, Mary .
tor. Members and visitors are in. Alice McKenzie. I .
vited. 11th grade-Judy Chason, Dor- r J.

Mrs. Arvinal Sanders and girls othy Gray, Betty Sue McLaughin, lIIIIIIDm WIG9 .- i' CALL ., .. ... i.
were visitors of Mrs. Ann Dun- Betty Gail Ringo Patsy Roberts, -
lam'! Sunday afternoon. Connie Wilson. WIND LOWIFYOTinJBTKJSJf- : BOBBY RUSS Sunshine zyY cans '.f

i Mrs. Annie Lu Simmons andson 12th a-rade-David Gray, Linda Patriot 7/16 Size
Charles, Mrs. Margaret Rha- Stribling. tin. j '.;. FORBondsInearaseeRealEstate ,; Pork & Beans '.
tues attended church: services at Stribling, Kenneth Crum. 3 LOT THIS BE 901! 1 ::: 'GardenlHose25ft.99ceach! i
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Smith Creek Sunday night. .. :
The newly formed missionary Ph.'WA:6-3684 'Crawfordyille,TIa. 5.for $1.OO .;

Society of Mt.. Beezer Primitive TROOPER BILL'SHighway I : .
Baptist Church met Thursday at
Mrs. Waddle McKenzies. They \ ;;.
Philosophy !
have just finished'quilting quilt .
which is for sale. After the,meet. -
Got a birthday this month? Better buy your driver's license. : !
ing Birthday cake, cookies and coffee
were served to the 12 mem- -*.*.,: II' '
bers. It was Mrs. MeKenzies Many a man would be.happy to be tied to his wife's apron strings i -, I. SEECOME {'t"....+. < ".; ,.. .. .
if only she wore one. : '
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Womans Club Fish Fry What a pity. we don't have car brakes that would stop the one : : r: :
last Saturday went off well and behind us too. : : I 7cwt,7z: eeo/ I
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was enjoyed. They plan to make :.. ;
this a monthly occasion. If you're not satisfied with your lot. why not try planting some ; ;
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Mr. and Mrs. Amos Langston; flowers on it. '. J : ;

visited their son Ronald and family .. TO LIFE I

''end.Mr.in Alabama during the- week; Traffic laws protect you. Obey them. :.. :j iEc_ : -

Myron Hodge has returned If you have any doubt about today being a good time to buy any : .
from a two day business trip I in item, look at the price.tag a year from now. ?
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,(Atlanta Georgia. ...1 < 'You are cordially invited to ;attend :'
I Mrs. Thalmodge Crum and Mi* Children learn ,good or bad traffic manners by h6w we parentsact. < ;, 7 ,
''Annette Porter were in Crawford What's your example : r. :

;ivjlle on business Thursday after 1 ... t
: Safety suggestion of the week from FHP Comdr. H. N. Kirkman: "
noon. ,
A so called minor traffic violation can. and often does result in "
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DOG FOODINSECTICIDES SMALL HARDWARE' '- the ingenuity of free enterprise in action.. .
Hammers "

BIRD FEEDERS. Hatchets s .', ; 'SCHEDULED GUIDED TOURS
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FLEA POWDER Fills 1'/'
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SPRAYERS PLAIN. SULPHUR.ft ;: ;
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i- {- RAINFALL BZFCRT.: .: Eva Cooper / Thursday February 14,1963

.7ro. .: Girls of the age group 9 to 12, Extension Mad .

f ..... The florid Forest Service assoems.d .. .' of the First Baptist Church of Gainesville, F .-DI'. Marshall 't '.. '

the following rainfall recorded ,at Panacea, met at the Baptist Pas- O. Watkins, director of the Florid

'r: WakallA County tower for the weak' torium iary. The to organize Girl's a Auxiliary Girl's Auxil-is. annuonec Agricultural the Extension following appointments Service NoticeBEA'S

DANGER! 'ot February 5.1963 threaA sponsored by the Woman's Missionary for February.Auiatant.eounty .
February 11.1963 Society and is a missionary who will '
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V careleM traah burner 'can ;' CrwfordYill. taws 2.50 Mrs. James Burke, the pastor'swife Allison G.'Green, Okalooem County, y .- ''': .

wipe out an entire Southern. Tower 2.90 led in the organization. She Crestview; Charles F. Blair, Jackson :t. ';}
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: valuable timber go up in ATerage and explained the purpose of Girl'sAuxiliary. Swearingen, Highlands County, r t

moke.Before you burn take- The following girls Sebringand Joe F. DeVane, .... ,.
every precaution. Then stay FIRE EEP08T I were in attendance, and were elected -[ uwannee County, Live Oak. To I va. n ", .t-7 '-"" .
until the last spark is out. Fires to date this year _H to offices as follows: Enock A. Moffett III former 1"
i Fires to date last year 7 President, Ethel Stokely; Vice ampa television newscaster, has ; ;(: ,
.. President, Mildred Johnson; Secretary been named assistant communications ,
'EELP8MKET> Aeres to date this Tear 17.6 Daileen Martinez; Treasurer specialist. Moffett will head ; ..:.
KAKPUVBTTnsarnust Acres to date last year b 5.6 ; Debbie Holmes, Program tbe Agricultural Extension Serv- I. .. '
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.. :Edwards; Stewardship, Judy Ken- Athers receiYlnaappolntmeat in- In Ivan.

: I dall; Prayer, Stella Dalton; Social lude Bessie J. Oanty, Negro.home j.

Everything :Ann Hartsfield. demonstration agent D u v a 1County Open Tuesday and Friday Nights by Appointment
Re freshments were also served Jacksonville, and Dennis '>

before the meeting adjourned. A. Hartman, interim assistant In '
You'llNeed
Next meeting will be on March 4airy husbandry, Gainesville. \. *-. \

1, at 4:30 p.m. at the Pastorium. .,i ".: "- _. ,'y
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Cardenasand '"'* 4 ".
;;- PHONE WA 6-304 ;
who have been visiting -, .
"children, .* "*, ; .5:<- '
a Mrs. Cardenas' parents, Mr.' -
.
:
and Mrs. Millard Long, left Mon- O BE CAREFUL ?"BEA'S BEAUTY SHOP ;
I
ti" day morning, Febraury 11, for
/ Las Vegas, Nevada. They are 0 WITH FIRE. ,-

.0.1. GRAMLING driving through. i. YOU CAN'T Ivan .
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Clay visited .
in Cairo, Georgia, for the week- BUT BACK .
end. '" .
and Co A FOREST!
Louise Randall left Sunday for .J._.1 i ,;- '._
:
Hospital in .. .
1010S. Adams Ph. 223-0173 Emory University "<
.
Atlanta, Georgia. .
Mrs. Eulene Barton Is back at

FEED SEED TT work after her stay in the Tal- NOTICE

H lahassee Memorial' :Hospital. Eu- .J.'
lene wishes to thank her many /.
; : friends for their kind remembrances HOMESTEAD
FERTILIZERPoultry I while she was in TMH. AND PERSONAL PROPERTY

Mrs. A. B. Snyder entertained
RETURNS
Thursday night February 7, at S
I her home. Guests were her brother

"1. Netting _\. and his wife, Rev. and Mrs. L. W.
: Boyd, Rev. and Mrs. Richard Ny- I will be at the following: named places and dates for the purpose of receiving Personal

berg, of Temperance, Michigan, property tax. returns and application* for Homestead-Exemptions for the year
., Feeders and Rev. and Mrs. James Burke "
1963' :
; and their daughter, Rebecca, and
: Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Witt. Refreshments -

were 'ice cream, cake, '
; Precinct Place Date Time
: Waterers I and coffee. ".. .

We.were. happy to see that Mr. Veeren J. R. Miller's Home Feb. 25 8:30 A.M. to 10:30 A.M. '

i Harvey Middleton was looking
much beter after his recent attackof Wakulla B. H. Roger's Store 'Feb. 25 10:30 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.
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and Dusters coronary thrombosis. We regret -
,Sprayers however that physical activities Newport ;. Iawhon's Store Feb. 25 2:30P.M. to 4:30P.M.
have been limited by his '
Insecticides doctor. St. Marks >. 14 '11n's Store Feb. 26 8:30 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.

.' MfttltHill The Sunbeam Class of the First Spring Creek /; Spear's Store Feb. 26 12:30P.M..to: 2:30P.M.
Tools Baptist Church have
Garden as their leader -
S11!! /"
II' .''Wfrtff-iHir Mrs. Lottie Witt. Medart Pigott's Store Feb. 26 3:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Mm inn Mr. Charles L. Williams
: Peat Moss ...Mill JI//IJ/ of
L.... r ;'Wll'' 'III'Mm / / Warner Robbins, Georgia is build- River Sink -;' Dan Miller's Home Feb. 27 8:30 A.M. to 10:00 A.M.
., mm ing a new boat basin and canal on .' .- !" '
Cotton Seed Meal and| Holla//, Ocklockonee Bay. Ivan -Baker's; : Store Feb. 27 10:30 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.

Mr. and Mrs.' Ottii Vause and t:,j .
< : family visited Rev. Cans Earnest Arran :, .- Arran's Store Feb. 27 2:30P.M.to 4:30P.M.

,::,i in-Chula, Georgia. .;.
Panacea / Vause's Store Feb. 28 8:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.
Plenty of Parking Space I Mrs. Maybell Metcalf, wife of .t.:.. ;.>'',

George Metcalf, is in the Medical : ..7
Sopchoppy1'. Near Post Office Feb. 28 1:00 P.M. to 4:30P.M.
Center Hospital, in Tallahassee*. ."' "&" ..

Maybell.Hope you have a speedy recovery, Smith Creek -" <<,,;..;.., x Near J. C. Kyle's Home Mar. 1 8:30 A.M. to 11:00 A.M.
-
Mrs. Zelmii Vause is in T.M.H.,
room 569. Your friends are all EMMETT C. FERRELL, Jr.
wishing you were back home Zel- .
Tax Assessor, Wakulla Co.
l
ma.Capt.
and Mrs. G. M. Ricketsonwere I
down for a short stay at
.
their cottage on the bay, bear 1957 PLYMOUTH, V8, 4 Door,
Surf. Mr. and Mrs. H. Ricketson, 6 Passenger Station. Wagon'. $645 ,57 Buick
of Broxton, Georgia, came to visit Automatic Transmision, Radio S595

them over the weekend. Capt. and Heater, only -----. I 4 automatic-door, radio transmission, heater, I II

Ricketson will leave on February ono own '. Old but not
14, for Japan, but will visit friends I .b.eeI. Good running;

and relatives before leaving for .

kOIHMIlOfO U. S. I MHVIHUL Japan. :
.,.r., INCOME IM RETURN Mr. John Metcalf is recoveringvery .

roe eat cxoiteURV slowly from his operation.We .
eer bsi _.__ asstttoMe
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surely will be glad to see him -
around and about again. '58FORD
John and Earlene Pigott, of 1959 FORD:Fairlane V8, Radio 5595 :
; Medart, celebrated their 17th anniversary and Heater; Straight'Trans- $895 Jt cyl. 2-door, radio,
s on Sunday, February mission- ;._ ...! ;' heater, como MO it
won't lest long at
10, and drove to Panama City for I
n ... .
: S dalSI' the occasion. '
I
I
1. Liu your Dame: Mae Wells left. Monday for ad- \- .-'
had no income. a mission admission to the Archibald (
kit also her( fc .' t
or Hospital in Thomasville,_ where

A......... .,.,...,.. ._ she will undergo surgery. Hopeto -..:.. .-" .> .. .' ':". ,;.-.

x B..... ;: f'oUstnamesofyour see. you home again real soon, --": :"j-.. .
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Causseauxthe 57 FORD
i
( former Louise Barwick
) announce -
in stepchildren a S59- 5
children| )with 19" the birth of a daughter.She V8, 4-door starioa
boater, automatic
less than $600 wagon
born
than ooc-iulf was Thursday, February $395 transmiuiow.Don't .
you Ice tau. 7, at T.M.H., and weighed 8 pounds 1955 RAMBLER, 4 door Station let this low .

i pa in norm jerif'le f' e 1 UACC 5 ounces. Congratulations, Paul Wagon .._i _, ____ prico fool. you, .
Earcr tor and Louise!

: x r yun Mr. and Mrs. Willie Faye Porter I L
!!drr (the former Ethel Hartsfield) .

announced the birth of a girl on

February 9. Mother and daughterare ,, ., ..-
t TAX DRAGON : doinzfine.. ->

.F. { Mr. and Mrs. Denziel Gray (the SPECIALS; .
former Peggy Strickland) of Med-
1959 BUICK Invlcta 4 door .
art, the birth of 'son. .
f tht announce a
tots Hard Top, Radio'and Heater,
/. d income sh Mother and son are doing fine.
.
new ,.. .Just build up a savings Fain!"*. Lobster House anJ Automatic Power Steering, $1395 $195
Power Brakes 54 Pontiac
F
l I ---
Lounge, at the bridge in Panacea,
-. lee u to account with us.so that you ; 4-door .
u u has installed new floor tile
;; can payoff all kinds of -*}. throughout, and has remodeled the
; s A E
9e bathroom. Henry Cram. was the
r 16. taxes (insurance premiums,.. # contractor. 57 Plym't $195
George's Motel, at the .bridge in
it ,tuition bills, too) as :, I V8
'. Panacea, has built a new boat .
ed they fall I due. ', house. Construction by Henry'

r '..- ." Crum. 1958 FORD, 2 Door,Hard Top,
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Barwick and
Fairlane 500. Automatic Transmission $695
family, of St.. Augustine,'visited Radio Heater Power $245
relatives, and friends in Panacea Steering ._ 55 Pontiac'
we ia7s ------------- -
;
r: on Wednesday, Feb. 6. 4-door
,
,
eel a Emma > -. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kittd, of
.. .
#" : Columbus Georgia, are visitingMrs.
the des Vivien Barnett.Mr. I
to the and Mrs. H. M. Hoffman, of

t Decatur, Georgia, are visiting Mr.
(:. and,Mrs. W. F. )Jack) Gleeslin. ALFORD CHEVROLET
Mrs. Hoffman and Mrs. Gee in
;' : L .BANK! are sisters. ;
Please
contact Eva Cosper atYU2643
Member FJUC. or at the Panacea Bar- 37 Years Of Fulfilling Your Automotive Needs'trI

r h ber ShO'p..it you have news or
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