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Title: Wakulla County news
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Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
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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).
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VOLUME 84 NUMBER 37 CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA Thursday, May 9, 1963 PRICE 10 CENTS PER COPY

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=Nations Highly i } Don Fuqua Reports Fish Fry May 10-inCrawfordville Letter To Sondro Dykes .


Honored Meet From CapitalFORESTRY The EditorEditor State ChaplainHelen

Headquarters, United States DAY GREAT AdamsreporterThe
A Fish Fry will be held Friday
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Continental Army Command Fort SUCCESS The Forestry Day WAKULLT COUNTY NEWS Delegates from the Craw
the
the
10 corner opposite
May on
Monroe, Va., April 30 Members program held in Live Oak April Post Office in Crawfordville. This Crawfordville, F.lorida fordville Library Council got an

of the nation's most exclusive fraternity 11 was an unqualified success Fish Fry is sponsored by the Dear Sir: early start to Leesburg, Friday,

including USCONARC's assembled of the to attend the annual state convention -
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Here we saw one Men's Club .of the Methodist Nine years ago when I was
Colonel Cecil 'H. Bolton, will of industrial "of the Florida High School
meet largest aggregations Church for the benefit of the teaching in the local high school

Thursday evening with President leaders of this nation ever assembled M.Y.F. as these boys and girls are a group of journalism students Library Council. Students who enjoyed .
John F. Kennedy. at the White in in state. the wonderful experienceswere
one spot our trying to raise money to attend under my supervision wrote up :a

House. This fine program was staged by ..the summer camp at 'Leesburg. brief history of Wakulla County. Sondro Dykes, Helen Adams,

The reception, at 6:30' o'clock In the Seaboard Air Line Railroad to Serving will begin at 6-o'clock< and Since then I have been saving this J.. D. Harvey, and Douglas Wright. I,1

the Executive Mansion's Rose Gar- point out the importance of fores- 'continue as long as necessary. A material and adding to it from When we arrived at camp we

den, is one of special significancea this nation. The Seaboardran met new and wonderful
try to string band will furnish the music. time to time in order to write i amore many

rare gathering of living hold- one train from Jacksonville .Everyone is cordially invited to.. complete version of this friends, all eager to be helpful and

ers of the Congressional Medal of and another from Tallahassee for help these young people and to en- county's past. I have much documentary make each other as happy as pos- 1 -

Honor. this event, and industrial leaders joy the good fish and music. material but very little sible. The camp is a beautiful

t Iwon't be a large. group, for from all parts of the country cam Adults $1.00,-children 50c. personal information telling how place. Many of the activities were

the right to membership is restrictive Colonel Cecil H. Bolton, to enjoy the day. people here lived during the Semi-- informal, such as volley ball (no

and purchased dearly, usually planned the attack. Placing two The legislature came from Tal- nole Wars and the Civil War.I rules just duck!) swimming,

'with life itself. machine ahead of .the Ger- lahassee and I was particularly Forest Service GetsRequests am wondering if your readers baseball, and tennis. The recreational .

Actual conflict with the enemy mans' path guns and more at his proud that Florida's able Senior could help me out with information director was Dr. Bill Tait,

at great personal risk is in fact own position he allowed twq the main Senator Spessard Holland could be' 1,968 they might have, either handed< a member of the faculty at F.S.U.

the prime prerequisite for consideration body to' before giving the with us for this occasion.' Governor down from their grandparents, o r He really showed us a good time.

with the added specification order to pass fire. The German Farris Bryant headed a 'distinguished Farm Foresters received from other sources such as old letters, The executive committee of the

that the act must have been open list of state officials landowners 1,968 requests for as- diaries, newspapers, or books now Council had everything planned,
column
by
caught completely
"above and beyond the call of surprise was i in withering crossfireand there for the program. sistance during the last six monthsof out of print. Last week Mrs. Dais; right down to the split second, < ...

duty,", of a gallant and intrepid a This event was planned and 1962, according to R. A. Bon- White of Medart let me have a with meetings in Barnett Hall,
when the smoke and din of
nature. And therein lies a key battle had cleared '200 dead staged by Robert Hoskins, forestry ninghausen, management chief of book on the list of Wakulla County: meals in the dinning hall, buzz ses-

word, "intrepid." were agent for the Seaboard, and he dida the Florida Forest Service.Of soldiers serving in the War Be- sions, free time and of course, tapsto
and the remainder wounded or
It means "unshaken in the captured. magnificent job. The people and these requests a total of 1,872 tween the States which told of: end the day (for everybody. except -

presence of danger possessing the officials of Live Oak and Su- landowners were assisted state- their campaign with Gen Braxton the mosquitoes.)
Proudly, Colonel Bolton calls the I David Evans recently received a
unfaltering courage," universal wannee County provided every wide during the 6-month period, Bragg in the Army of the Tennessee. The various camp housekeepingduties
104th "the best damned infantry superior rating at the District Band
qualities of the very brave. conceivable bit of assistance for involving 956,906 acres of Florida This is what I mean. Some were shared by the students.
division to see action in World Fe-tival: in Port St. Joe. David
Colonel Bolton, now assigned to the program. It was an unqualified timberland. people may also have books of genealogy -' Each school was responsible for
War IL"Born plays in the Sopchoppy band and
the Office of Deputy Chief of success and the demonstrations Assistance provided by farm which tell some more of, K.P. duty, at least once, and is
in Crawfordville, ;Florida, was absent when the recent
Staff for Individual Training at carried out, pointed most foresters included marking 9,953acres Wakulla County's past. I that a riot I-Peanut butter was on group
he attended high school in Sheffield pictures were taken. -
U. S. Continental Army Command, Alabama. He entered the vividly to the importance of the of timber for cutting, some Some of the people who have the table every meal and if you

Fort Monroe, Va., earned his forestry industry to our great 3,877,000 board feet for sawtim- lived here that I would like to have were caught without your name
enlisted in 1942
,Medal of Honor as a young first Army as an man state. ber, veneer; poles, piling, and ties, information on include Daniel tag you to lick the peanut butter ManagementProject .
and from'there rose to his present 1
lieutenant on the moonlit night of rank of full Colonel. I was proud and grateful thatan and 18,217 cords for small timber Ladd and the Hamlin family, spoon-ugh!

November 2, 1944.A Besides membership in the elite area in our district had been products. David Lewis (along' with Daniel! The Florida High Library ReportThe

platoon leader of Company E, selected as the site for this out- Timber harvested totaled 6,651',, lAdd the Wakulla member of the, Council's real purpose is to make Farm Forester has received
Society of the 'Medal of Honor,
413th Infantry Regiment, 104th In- Colonel Bolton is also a memberof standing program.DEVELOPMENT. acres. Timber stand improvement Secession Convention in 1861)), the the school libraries a better placeto 64 requests for timber manage-

fantry Division (affectionately the Legion of Valor 0 F OUR totaled 2,895 acres.: Acres plantedto first public or private school in work by making library assistants ment assistance during this aix

called the "Timberwolf Division"), the Army-Navy nation's oldest continuous WATERWAYS Our district is timber, or seeded, totaled 4,473.In the county, some of the genealogy aware of the.many jobs to be month period. It is interesting to

Lieutenant Bolton and his platoon richly blessed with 'rivers and addition, 4,634 acres of of the first families who settled done. New ideas and suggestionswere note that 30 of these were new '
veterans' organization, composedof
engaged the Germans in a skirmish lakes, springs and seashore. ThisIs grazing land were improved during Wayulla County from other states,, shared during the buzz ses- cases, people that ,had net per-
holders of the Medal of Honor,
at the Mark River, Holland. Distinguished Service Cross and a priceless resource for development the half-year period while 4- and any school or church records sions. Another important phase of viously asked for assistance. Numerous -

Rocked by artillery shelling, Navy Cross. for recreation and for in- 023 acres of timberland were before 1900. the state meeting is the election of requests for yard tree assistance -

Lieutenant Bolton's group was Other medals worn by Colonel dustry. In our service during the treated for insect or disease in- If any of your readers could officers. We are very proud that have been received and

M prevented from advancing from Bolton are the Silver Star the past four months, we have been festation.In help me in any way I would appre- Sondro Dykes was elected at our answered.

the area bythe nking fire from Bronze Star Medal; with Oak Leaf working on a' large number of naval ']StoreS',-larm foresters ciate what,L.T/ ai.;...ut", Trrf4 or district'-*tb'11'1..February to Forest Managment ass-istannc

two camouflaged Nazi machine Cluster the Army CommendationMedal projects which would benefit our marked selectively 10, 75 trees for written, they have. And I will certainly run for Chaplain, ana.that she was has been given to 41 landowners en

guns. Casualties were mounting, ,and the Combat Infantryman district in the-development of its gum cupping. take care of any old and successful in the state election. 7823 acres.

and in spite of the difficulty lo- Badge. rivers, harbors and sea industries.I Stumpage return to landownerswas valuable documents they lend me., We appreciate Mrs. Lewis, our Timber marked for cutting includes -.

cating the enemy positions, Lieu Often referred to "a soldier's am glad_ to report that we ,are $255,007 during the July Elizabeth F. Smith librarian taking us to our state an estimated 380,000 board
as
tenant Bolton continued to direct soldier he the title with much encouraged about the pros- through December, 1962, period. Sincerely, convention. feet of sawtimber (Scribner rule)

mortar fire against the machine accepts pects for the Two Mile Channel at Twenty-four woodland owners and 1008 cords of pulpwood. This

guns until severe leg wounds from justifiable pride. Apalachicola Bay, which is very were referred to consulting fore- Microscope used in timber was marked on 620 aeres

a German shell rendered him un much needed. The Corps of En- sters, concerning timberland total Youth Camp In I of land. Timbef harvested under

conscious. 80,000,000 New gineers informs us that this project ing 183, 069 ,acres. Cancer Research > improved forestry practices Includes -

Later he recovered, gave instructions appears to be eligible as a Referrals to industrial foresterswere Ocala Forest Starts 151-000 board feet of saw:

to his unit and crawled Pine SeedlingsSeeding small navigation project and they made on 11 landowners on A special $2700 microscope, for timber and 164 cords of pulpwood.
use in the field of cancer research,
I to the forward rifle 'platoon po- are going ahead with'plans for acreage totaling 2645. June 16Tallahassee Management plans have been
for 80,000 new trees-- has been loaned to the Cellular
sitions. On his own initiative and the program. It appears that it, Twenty-eight farm foresters of Boys and girl l I prepared for 9 landowners on 11&7
mostly slash pine-has been com- Physiology Laboratory of Florida
without regard for his personal :will be late this spring when the the Florida Forest Service'in addition from all sections of Florida wit] acres.
four Florida Forest Serv-
pleted at State University Institute' of
safety he took a two-man bazooka engineering'studies are sent to field landowners Improved have
their service
ice nurseries.For to to attend the five camping sessions at Molecular Biophysics by the Flor- forestry practices
team into a canal of chilling chest- Washington for final action. We and timer 'In' been carried out 24 woodlands"
growers, conduct the Youth Conservation Camp on
the first time sand pine, ida Division of the American Can-
deep water toward of the are hopeful that it will be given .
one I public information programsFor the Ocala National Forest beginning comprising 386 aeres. These
much in demand in some eastern cen Society.
enemy machine guns. :' and middle sections of the penin- !I favorable consideration and this news, radio, and television. June 16, according to A. D The presentation of the instru- practices include timber stand iM-

Covered by the bazooka team, he work begun. Aldrich, director Game and FreshWater provement work on 540 acres,
sula and in the sandhill section of bill ment was made at an informal
approached alone to within 15 Recently, we introduced a
Fish Commission. seedlings planted on 673 acres, 30
west Florida, has been seeded )fn in Tallahassee. Those in
yards of the house in which the which would provide for the estab- ceremony of timber
1248
Applications are now being ac- acres pruned, acresplaced
quantity. Nurserymen expect 13- attendance were: Dr. Ronald C.
located and suddenly lishment of a much needed channel Andrew P. Mathers
emplacement was
under
from fire
000,000 sand pine seedlings will be Carra- cepted for the following camping Rustad, Institute Professor; Dr. protection ,
of
charged the remaining dis at Lanark Village east Andrew P. other sessions: One week session for 137 acres prescribed burned. Fed-
available to landowners for 1963- $ David H. Cormack, Research As-
tance. He killed the two gunnen 64 planting. bellt This channel is needed by Funeral srvices for Andrew P. boys'aged eight through 11, June sociate; Dr. W. W. Schildecker eral cost sharing was provided by

with hand grenades. the sports fishermen who at pres- 1622. Two week session four boys the ASC (Agriculture SteW"tion ""' -
Though slash pine is still the Mathers, 69, were held Wednesdayat member of the Cancer Society'sstate
the
Then he led the bazooka team ent cannot get their boats over
heavy favorite, all land in Floridais 2 pjn. at the Whiddon Lake aged nine through 12, June 23- Cytology Sub-committee and and Conservation) Programon
: through intense fire over an open shoals in low tide. Primitive Church July 6. Two week session for boys 608 acre of this work.
not best suited to that variety. loneed Baptist with the Director of the Tumor Clinic, Halifax -
I area to assault the second machinegun. We had previously ann> 11 through 14, July 7-20.. The Farm Forester has
appeared -
Other species to be available Rev. Emmett "Whaley, officiating. aged District Hospital Daytona
will
A sniper who tried to block that the Corps of Engineers
Two week session boys aged on television several times
from the Florida Forest Service Burial was in the family plot in for Beach; Mrs. .C. W. Ketchum,
the way was 'dispatched and the dredge out the Bob Sikes-Channel 11 July 21-August during .this six month period and
through ,
eight
are red cedar, Arizona cypress, the the Church Cemetery. President of the Society's Leon
trio pressed on. The German gun in Franklin County, so that 3. Two week session for girls a number of talks have ben madeto
their catalpa, tupelo gum juniper, lob- fishermen will be able to Pallbearers included Vernon County Unit and F. Page Seibert,
,' crew discovered approach lolly, longleaf pine, cottonwood, shrimp Thomas, Roy Thomas, Gaile Ma- aged nine throug 13, August 417. Jr., Daytona Beach. Mr. Seibert various groups. The Leon
and subjected the three to heavy get in and out to sea. and information C bounty Farm Tour held last fall,
eucalyptus, and Australian pine. thers and Willie Oaks. Honorary Applications represented his family through ,
killed of the We have also been successful in
fire. Bolton one gunners -
All seedlings are sold at produc- pallbearers were S. L. Moore, Sr., regarding the Youth Conservation which the grant was issued. included forestry activities.
with carbine fire while his getting a Coast Guard rescue station -
tion cost, f.o.b. nursery. H. L. Porter, George Harper, E. C. Camp may be obtained from offices This new microscope, according The aawtimber market has ina-

comrades shot the other two. Though none of the seedlingswill established at Carrabelle.The Ferrell, Sr., G. D. Core and L. J. of the Game and .Fresh Water to Dr. Rustad, is already proving a proved somewhat with hig1r quality -

Continuing to disregard his be, ready for "lifting" from development of our water Raker. Fish Commission in Panama valuable aid to Dr. Da via'H. Cor timber moving better than last

jwbunds and personal safety, he the nurseries and transplanting resources is a challenging programfor He was a native of Wakulla City, Lake City, Ocala. Lakeland, mack. Dr. Cormack is from the year. Low quality sawtimber Is

next led the bazooka team toward until late this fall, it is not too: us. We have the natural re-in County and was A retired State West Palm Beach and Tallahas- Chester Beatty Cancer Research still difficult to sell. The pulpwood -

an, 88 mm artillery piece Which sources, we are richly blessed Applications and camping fees market remains good with a
early for landowners to start site Road Department Employee. He se. Institute of London England. He
was having a telling effect on preparation.Farm this regard, but we must take advantage develop was a member of the Whiddon are filed with the office of the is assisting in the special researchand little increase in demand for hardwood -

American ranks. Forester Dan Hausman,I of our opportunities to Lake Baptist Church. / Youth Conservation Camp, 2520 using the instrument to study pulpwood.The .

Once more, the approach was serving Leon, Jefferson and Wa them. This we are attemp- He is survived by his wife, Mrs. East Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala, and report on how nutrients enter Naval Stores market h still
through icy canal, waters ting to assist in.
made kulla counties, suggests that land I EM- Nellie Mathers; three daughters, lorida. cells by pinocytosis (drinking cells: below its' peak of several years ago
of DOCTORS
silhouette the NEED FOR
until a dim gun According to Denever Ste. but it is active. Most of the turpentine -
well Mathers
preparation be completed Miss Alma of Tallahassee as opposed to phagocytosis, eatingby
Under Bolton'sdirection of Representatives
out. PHASIZED-The House
be made
could
ahead of actual planting time. I HR Mrs. Roger Riso of -Seattle, Claire camp director, the weekly cells.) producers are putting up
his bazooka team knock last week passed -
In barren.fields littl or no prep- Wash.; and Mrs. Mitchell Youmanof schedule for the 1963 Youth Con- Dr. Schildecker and Mrs. Ketch. new faces for the coming seasea.

l ed out the 88 with the rockets. aration may be required. If plant-], 12 or the Medical Profession's As- New Iberia, La.; four sons, servation Camp will include an urn, in presenting the microscopein The Farm Forester attended' the
back to his lines sistance Bill. Under this ,
own
Enroute ,, I program
ing site is covered with heavy med- W. C. Math rs. John W. Mathers, improved program' on fish and behalf of the American Cancer annual work conference of the

t I he was again wounded from being but fnrtheisubjected to prevent -, grass or brush, discing may be ical funds schools are being to build allocated facilities to for both of Tallahassee and B. C. and fishing, a study program on con- Society, provided a silver name Forest Management Branch of tfce'lorida

his men ,A "rough" of both >rvation and wildlife as well asamping which reads: "Property of Forest Service, held at
to the deadly fire he refused necessary. heavy teaching, and also to loan moniesto Andrew M., of Miami; 13 plaque
; scrub ,oak or palmetto will require medical grandchildren, one great grandchild boating and other out- the American Cancer Society, Gainesville in September. This
aid and ordered them back students to continue their -
the use of a dozer, or drum- ; two sisters, Mrs. Wilton oor sports and recreation. Florida Division. Contributed for was attended by all the Farm
he crawled, education. We all aware '
i to safety. Painfully, are, Camping fees are $25.00 for the Foresters and District Foresters
chop r. Arnold of Quiney and Mrs. Bob: the cause of cancer research by
r' he reached his the tremendous which facesa
t- after them until Call farm forester Hausman at lof cost Raker of Tallahassee; one-brother, ne week session and. $55.00 for Mr. and Mrs. F. Page Seibert, in the State. The purpose of tMs
lines where he collapsed. student in medical school today. the two week sessions. A reducedcampn conference is discuss various.
224-7020 for advice as to what: this Paul of Tallahassee; two half sisters Sr-, Daytona Beach, Florida. to
And the na-
efforts at time
Largely throuch.Bolton" -' same fee is offered to membersf topics of forest maaagemeat fa
extent preparation for a particular Mrs. Ada Graves and Mrs. In commenting on the contribu-
Thereare
t. the enemy position faltered,,. and tion is crying for doctors. Youth Conservation Clubs and Seibert Jr. order to keep abreast of the profession .
"Thetransaction
... and the battalion reforestation site is necessary, few in need of Addie Mae Barwick, both of Tallahassee tion, Mr. said
areas more
was overcome, what variety of pine may best be ; two step brothers Junior Gardeners of $20.00 per had been made as partof and givejtbe beet p0stt4e
objective doctors than in of the communities : Grady
k advanced to its planted for profitable return. some where and Laney Mathers of Wakulla week or $45.00 for two weeks. a fund derived from the sale assistance to landowners. The
: district
he awarded in
was our own
.,," exploits Place order for seedlings now.' County. of two hundred shares of Liberty emphasis this year was OB tfce
ForPurehis le Heart and, on September they are seeking actively to attract .
Involved
Advance orders get priority attention -: National Life Insurance Stock. technique and procedure

4 : _, 1, 1945 the Congressional. at the nursery when lifting of, physicians to their communities. at The stock was consigned to the in servicing the new forestry loans

f Medal of Honor. bet I supported this legislation SpringSchool Cancer Society available through the Farmers'
American
the seedling crop for shipment -: as a gift
the pan" when i because:of the'great need we have
In
lash
NeT gins. After the lift starts. seedlings Church in memory of the late L.: H. Stone Home Administration.

(cam to engaging the enemy in I may not be available to :fill, for more doctors, particularly in Grounds. Crawfordville High School and K. Einar Seaholm who had The Farm Forester had the priy-

" combat, Colonel .Bolton recalh delayed orders. many of our rural areas and I I i : to be Held Chours will give a concert Thursday been dose friends of the family." lIege of attending the natieeal
I Cleaning
near Aachen Ger-. feel that this will along
program go
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1aaother wit
9 1963. Time 8 -6f of Aseri-
Seedling application forms may night May A separate allocation from the meeting the Society
i"t. : afternoon when a forester way toward solving the A clean-up of the churchrrounds awarded can Foresters held in Atlanta last
was be obtained from, any 'farm special gift was to the ,
f I'It I > him and pointed nearest serious problem of shortage of and cemetery at the IJXUThis be concert of selected all This attended bysome
If f sergeant awakened county ranger, the I will a Halifax District Hospital, Day meeting was
I doctors in .
this of *
nation out
;; out a 4'J oaft.battalion": of some Florida Forest Service office, friendship Baptist Church In.. favorite popular songs from no.tent tona Beach'monies to be used 1400 foresters from almost

I l f'' 660 Germans walking up the road county agricultural agent, soil :Medart will be held, Saturday : years. solely for purchase of equipment every state Ja the u...... It was

I \ {toward their position with weapons conservation service technician, or 'fay 11. All who, are interested, Admission children to 6th designed for detection, therapy or both interesting and informative.

a1iBt: arms.. Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation -- please come and help with this jrade free. Studenta 7th through general_ treatment of cancer pa- t witted
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I I tat work and bring tools to work
with. .
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WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS .
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2 Thursday, May Minutes of County Gowdy, Mr. Paulk Mr.- Rodden- N. 0 TIC IE Or TAX SAL K r ,j

9,1963WAKULLA CLASSIFIED berry, Mr. Posey and Mr. ,Crum. thereby ,

.. Loose weight safely with DEL School BoardApril Moved by Mr. Paulk and seconded lax Notice sale certt9cates ftD wm that be OQ aoId the ba Ira the f A-Diet opyogte the aame. together With aU cow Gf such sale sad: all lor
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Mr the
weeks supply 98c by ; Gowdy that principals -
WalculJa 30, 1961: OM.r4ptloN; *f Land I
Pharmacy, Craw- of the various schools be SeeTwp.. R0*. Au Owner d I
COUNTY NEWS fordviJle. The Wakulla County School given the authority and responsibility .YssAie.andwet.ata.
Board met in Session at %iI acre in above deseripttoir in >
Special 201C IS IE .
> for Educational field trips Lot .1 BLK B. DB 344 In 3S. % Clifford L. and EtolM Kfly' 83T90 I

Telephone WAlnut 6-3301 8:00 p.m.of., April 30, 1963 instructionaland for the in their respective school and makea AH&be of T land U.ha-M--St.IB the NEft Marks of Sec.Rd 34 JflJ tytn: contain E of"- IE Leonard M. Barron ... _

purpose employing detail report of the trip. to the Jq 36 acres m/l I SJote sold lea DB 48JU I
non-instructional personnel.The ,- and DB 50 inAs I
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Board. per DB 51 P-T3 In. '. 18.58 A. r. Rich ; to.. '
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CLASSIFIEDFEMALE Chairman, Mr. Crum, called Aa per Records 19. 1W 1 Richard y. UcCatUeyZffie IJO.
W4kunjltaaH. ;"c
Voting for the motion was Mr. C: yDni&74inPubUc ,
I the the fog 3 3sSW '
meeting to order with .
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HELP WANTED Paulk, Mr. Gowdy Mr. 'Rodden- comer 01. SAS 01 S* of NW\ of Lot '. 1 Smith s.a 1
Virginia Keichtlej ..: Editor Opening lowing members present: Mr. Surrey ,', ;::_ .
:, ]I for 4 ladies immediate!) berry, Mr. Posey and Mr. Crum. Ek of SE" of lot 38 Hartafleld 'J': 4 Unknown --. "3.53
in Crawfordville Gowdy, Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. .. taSRlnre- 45. Heirs of R. Crawford 1121
area. Earn $25- Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and *"* Ie t. Vk"A* to !31 N. I
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1 $50 part .time. Paulk, and Mr. Posey. corded Subd. and 42 Hartsfield ,. '
No canvassing, seconded by Mr. that Mrs.i 8unoe- I
collecting Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and Posey Be at NZ7 corner of lot 10 thence .; Ben Stoutamir :or.. 23 J4
or delivering. We Nannie R. Bowen's.request fore run 803 Iks V chs to a poo then run S 13 '::. ..'+ ... .
Entered at Crawfordville. train and seconded by Mr. Gowdy that th ehs 29 Iks back .
Florida pay commissions week 8 then EO to run W fllfr : .
Maternity Leave effective May then
12 cbs 71 DCS. to NW .
) Tel. Board employ the instructional, eor run in a .
as second class matter. Subscrip-j y. 224-8797 or write 803 I 1963, for the remainder of the Southeasterly direction to SE corner containinx + .' ... ..
: Delores Dr. Tallahassee and non-instructional personnel as SK acres m/1 in Lot eo Harts- r ,';" _" .
I
Apt.,
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1962-63 school year granted. fteJd StaTVty .... I
tion rate: $3.00 per year. C. recommended by the Principal, .J1. non TrotmaaWilton :: ': 14.09
Voting for the motion was Mr. As per DB 56. P-5Q8 to lot 71 Hartsfteld i t: \' ,' '
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Superintendent and Board of MSW .
.. Trustees for Bnckhorn School for Roddenberry, Mr. Posey, Mr. DB M P-523 la lot 71 Rartsfield ::;. H Reed : Lu

the 1963-64 school term: Paulk, Mr. Gowdy and Mr. Crum. In NW comer of NI.i of lot 77 Hartsfield N .T 2 Wilson S. Reed .* 3_. )

If You Need. J Instructional, Mrs. Margaret M Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and An SUrvey undivided 1/11 Int. In all except 100 acres ...... S Suwanne Lewis ...
tot 81 Hartsfield
seconded Mr. that the Survey ,
by Posey >
Hayes. Bus Driver Willie Harris. AD.ot undivided 1/11 int. In all except 200 acres ;: ; It 1111 Nathaniel Sander. Jr. 1M.
Office Supplies Board employ for Sopehoppy the of tot 81 HarUfield Survey a .
Lunchroom Worker. Janie Allen. ".It 1/11 ...
Polly Whitehead
all
An, undivided 1/11 tat in except 100 acres :
Business instructional and non-instructional
Machines of tot 81 Hartsfield Survey -
Janitor Bryant Allen. : .
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An undivided int. all 148/11 Heirs of WOli SaDden tM .
1/11 in
Office FurnitureSee personnel as recommended by the excepflOO acres. ,
IQ Voting for the motion: Mr. Rod of tot 81 Hartsfield Survey f. -
Principal Superintendent and As DB 39 148/11 Heirs of WOey Sander '.01
per P-629. 1 acre m/1 In lot 81 _
Call Mr. :
or denberry, Mr. Gowdy, Posey,, Hartsfield Survey '
Mr. Paulk, and Mr. Crum. Board of Trustees for the 1963-64 S acres in NE corner of S>4 of SW'i less 1 '. .: \% Laura and Malcolm Harper'-.. ...11
school acre In ME corner of lot 81 Hartsfield "
RANEY WHALEYat Moved by Mr. Posey and seconded year: ; .: '
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Mr. that the Instructional: Mrs.. Nan n I e AspereDB 44 P49 and 70. 7U acres of land .,r, -. James Rosier aCedart .. ''I" ,
by Roddenberry
on E side of tot 109. HS less
and except
Ruth Bowen Mr. Lester Neil i .s.v" _
1 62 acres sold to E. '
Ray
Board employ the instructionaland 1 Manley and W. R. ,..
Deese Mrs. Patricia Sue Johnson, Gray Jr. Hartsflekf Survey -,
CAPITAL OFFICE non-instructional personnelfor As per DB 55 Ps in tot 115 Hartsfield t Hannah and W. R. Dyke ,,1..It
Mrs. Edith Hurst Matthews Mrs. Survey .
EQUIPMENT CO. CALL 222-0165 Shadeville School as recommended :- As per DB 57 P111acres in ',0:: \: Ted E. PhuUpa 1.08
24 IS I
Jean Asher Kerr Mr. Stevie Re- 2W
SW&of SW of 8 Alzada Morris ." IJfI .
/4
by the Principal, Superintendent 13 33 2W
_
319 South Adams St. 40 r.
veil, Mrs. Kathryn Odom "Wheelus As per DB 57 P-57 in 27 3S H. Carter 8.U
Corner E. PensaeolaTALLAHASSEE. and Board of Trustees, As DB 54 P-307 in 25 2W 10 Walter Simmons 4.00
Mrs. Mrs. Linda NW per 4S 2W 4 W. D. and Nash Bowen 7.18
Betty Sprague, NW4 ofIM -
except Mrs. Alene Farmer bus 1 as 2W
as form 40 __
FLORIDA acres in of a square in NE corner Rosemond Cameron '.41
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE driver for the 1963-64 school McCauley. of that certain 19 acre tract of land con .
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF term School Secretary: Mrs.Made veyed to E. Revell by E. .L. Vickers and .
: Jane Vickers
Nancy his wife, by deed
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR WAKULLA
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. Instructional Mrs. Betty G Crowson. dated 3-11 and recorded on P-2CX of DB fr. .

TV FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE Farmer, Mrs. Hattie B. Jones, Lunchroom Manager: Mrs. Bessie As being per DB in NW 57 PMTinOn >/4 of SE;/.. of 3 7 *.53 5S 3W I! Roy RenD lUll
2W
N. T. I
attstfBen Revell. E sic of NW'/4 of Cumbie and Sally Whit I."
P> Miss Betty J. Smith. All of SEV4 of NW'i tying S of SR 10. Cont. 7 'SS' 2W Sallle Allen White 10.21'
SERVICE'Call Bus drivers Donaldson Lunchroom Workers: Mrs. Ruth ft acre also 3 lying in NE corner of
Abrahams M. Abra- acres
and Hilma : George of -
of SW,.. ,.
hams his wife. Clifton Williams, John Th mas. Rowan, Mrs. Delma Roberts, Mrs. As per NEJi DB :94 P-221 in 7 7 5S5S 2W 2W 5 John PriceMidState ....
Defendants. :U
As DB M P-223 in Home*. Inc. 10.11
WA 6-3612 NOTICE TO APPEAR Janitor: Fred Johnson. Willie Mae Porter. As per per DB 58 P-225 in 1 es 2W !, Ted 1:. Phillips .,..11
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Janitor Mr. James Lawhon. Lot 0 as plat filed 1 es 2W 3.03 Ted E. Phillips 1'.45
GEO. CREECHCRAWFORDVILLE Ben Abrahams and Hilma M. Abra- Lunchroom Workers: EstellaJ per in DB 9 P-0 in SEA .
hams. Route No. Bus Drivers Mr. J. C. Reyn AsSr j 12 53 3W S
ravettevlUe." 2. ones, Alberta Lewis. : DB' 32 P-83 K In 'SE of 12 5S5S 3W James A. Roddenberry u
You are Georgia that a suit Voting for the'motion was Mr. olds, Mrs. Mavis Langston, Mr. s; Of SWI In SE01 of SE SEof.4 and aU .wWod land. Harold F. Guroa and Wife 11.21

to foreclose ymortgage has been Mack Johnson, Mrs. Frances of _,, less 12 3W :36 James A. Rom 1.1' : .
brought against you by M. T. Smith Posey, Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. As ? DB- 50 P-85 In.- acres *u SE corner of 13 5S 3W 34 James A. Roddenberry '.11
in the Circuit Court of Wakulla County, Gowdy, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Crum. Smith, Mr. Morris Harrell, Mr. In SW per i of SWAB DB SO P-168 in 23 2355. 5S5S 3W !4 R. M. Hartsfield ..09

bees Barber Shop .Florida file with and the you Clerk are hereby of the requiredto Circuit Moved by Mr. Roddenberry andseconded Theo Rudd, Mr. Willie McKenzie, S!lying> of SW E of 4 of SALRR.NW>/4;of all of SW'. of SWJi. 3W. .21 W. R. Yates ..01

Court of said County your written, detenses. Mr. Troy Eubanks. As per DB 55 P-15 in 35 3W 19 John A. Sanders 1.71
2238 South Monroe ; If any. in said suit and to by Mr. Posey that the Lots 7. 10 and 11 Square 6 Town of Waneta 13 S3 5W George W. Gibbs 18.45
serve a of same on A. I Porter. Voting for the motion was Mr. Unknown
copy for the Board grant Mr: Rufus Williams' Lots 8 and 9 Square 11 Town of Waneta 3.47

Mfa'. and Boys Haircut I.JCrawfordvUIe.Plaintiff, on or Florida.before Attorney the 3rd day of request for the* use pf one school Roddenberry, Mr. Posey, Mr. Lots Lots 8 5.and 9 BLK 8 BLK A Town 18 Town of E of St.St.Marks Marks ... Louise Unknown Shufford 1.11 IoU

(t June A. D.1963.WPPNESS W. bus to to Tallahassee to Paulk Mr. Gowdy and Mr. Crum. .Lots 1 Q7ird 25 Town of St. Marks Wesley and Mary Wood 10.2'7
the Honorable May go carry Lot 13 BLK 28 Town of St. Marks Ben and Lucille Stoutamire I.n
Walker one of the Judges of said the Senior Class. Moved by Mr. Posey and seconded Lots and BLK 27 Town of Marks '- Thomas Ashton 11.33
Court and the Seal thereof, at Craw Lot 33 ELK : Mary Edna Posey
I Town of
fordville. Wakulla County, Florida this Voting for the motion was Mr. by Mr. Roddenberry; that the Lots 4 and 8 BLK :34 Town St. Marks of St. Marks r 1-'Mf Shufford '::11
::26th day of April A. b. 1963. Roddenberry, Mr. Posey Mr. Board employ the instructional and Lots 1. 2. 15 and 18 BLK G Town of W. St. Marks !I.** -tff : Ben and Lucille Stoutamire "7.11
SEAL) John and Martha
H.70
% Bynum
Lots 3 and 14 BLK G Town of .
W. St. Marks *! *5 .
Moody Pearce Paulk, Mr. Gowdy and Mr. Crum. noninstructionalpersonnel for Lot 7 BLK A Magnolia Gardens -. W. G. and Mary Wood 1'.45
COOK Owner Clerk Circuit Court.Wakulla .; > John H.
DEE Lot 60 BLK A Dorsey 3.47
County. Florida. Moved by Mr. Gowdy and Crawfordville School as recom Lot 59 BLK A Magnolia Magnolia Gardens Gardens .':... Ronald Rockhiu S.47

A. L. Porter.Crawfordville... Florida. I: seconded by Mr. Paulk that the mended by the Principal Superin- Lot 60 BLK A Magnolia Gardens .O'v C.Kenneth L. Worrell Silks 3.47 3.41
Lot 78 BLK A Magnolia Gardens .-
Attorney.for .Plaintiff. request for the first grade classesat tendent and Board of Trustees forth Lot 98 BLK A Magnolia Gardens .'?rf Ralph B. Shick 3.47
Lots 8 and 9 BLK B Virginia: D. Grenler S.4T
Magnolia Gardens .
Sopehoppy be permitted to usethe 1963-64 school year: Lot 24 BLK C Magnolia Gardens Vondell A. Bowen 110M
bus to to the Tallahassee Lot 48 BLK D Magnolia Gardens ;-f Mrs. Delarac Mauk 3.47
go Instructional Mrs. Lot 8 BLK G Magnolia Gardens : ?; ,;- Gaston RehnClarence 3.41
: Nancy Scott
1.- I Junior Museum. I Lots 45 and 48 BLX K Magnolia Gardens 4 .,,, E. ShulU Jr. 3.41
TUC Mrs. Geral-l ; C. A. Sanders
Virginia Blount, Mrs. Lot 13 BLK L ,, B-1
Votlner. __n_ _for n thft11-- motmn__n___ wan--- Mr--. -. 20 BLK L Magnolia Magnolia Gardens Gardena '<\.:'...... Milton L. White 3.47Lot
MIL dine Gowdy, Mrs. Carolyn Gamble,, Lot 17 BUc M Magnolia Gardens '-", -. -. ..,-,- Cecilia and Ralph Freedman S.47
i Mrs. Patricia Lot 38 BLK N Robert S. Howard 3.47
York, Mr. Jack Magnolia Gardens \, '. ; .
** TALLAHASSEE THEATRES Lot 5 BLK 0 Magnolia Gardens ? Ruby M. WUhlte 3.47
yo Solomon. ; ,i. Wilma Porter Walley 3.47
Lot 47 BLK P Magnolia -
Gardens '
i CHRISTIAn i n .' Julia and Tucker
Sybel 1.47
Bus Drivers Mrs. Louise' at 9 BLK Q Magnolia Gardens --' ': .' "
: Lot 4 BLK R Magnolia Gardens.. '1 Jack E. russell 3.47
FLORIDA STATE Spears Mrs. Norman and Joan Stephens 3. 1i
Evelyn (Jackie)

S SCIEnCE Spears, Mrs. Edna Wilson, Mr. \ ,,-, .. -

Jack Crum, Mr. Bennie Phillips,

Friday and Saturday Mr. Abel Strickland.

Starts Wednesday School Secretary: Mrs. Wynelle .
mOniTOR John Gregson ,"
1 I 1 I I Peggy Cummins Wiginton. .
Janitor: Mr. Winton Cox. .* -:

Lunchroom Manager: Mrs. : .
Debbie Reynolds ,
1HTABLEAIN3Accurate Eloise Harvey. I' ,:. .:.:_ r. r

Lunchroom Workers: Mrs. Anne

"?t1Y SIX LOVES" Plus Co-Feature Harper, Mrs. Ella Jones, Mrs.
,
Complete 'TWO TWO Carolyn Moved Nazworth.Mr. Mr. Gowdy and sec L I' (::::i .

Make SIX" onded by Mr. Paulk that the above

News motion be amended to employ Cullen c

. lc db
-I I- I Duggar in the place of Mrs.

Coverage .PERRY HIGHWAY ,CAPITOL DRIVE-IN Jackie Spears and he is to gas and

OUTDOOR OH WOOPViLLE HWY. help service the busses and Mrs. i

Homer Harvey be employed to re-

Thurs. thru Saturday place Mr. Bennie Phillips as bus T

Printed
BOSTONLOS Showing at 7:50 'BIAodt : Voting on the amendment was

ANGELES Geoffrey Home ..' of theVampire1' Mr. Gowdy and Mr. Paulk. -

Robert Morley Voting against the amendmentwas

LONDON # Mr. Posey, Mr. Roddenberryand
"JOSEPH and His At 925Brethren" 'rl
Mr. Crum. ;..r 1.
'A Bucket of Blood' -
The '
amendment failed.
At 10:45
1 Year $22 6 Months $11 Co-Feature at 9:45 The original motion occurred
of the Blood
3 Months $5.50 "Night before .the Board. -

-, Cap tfcfc .... ....,t ttd Orson Wells as King'David B eas t" Voting for the original motionwas
rtm H with ,.nr check *rHN
*..y order ter and Goliath' At 12:00 Midnight Mr. Posey, Mr. Roddenberry,

The CMrbtiM Sctaw. Monitor "Blood an dRo ses" (and Mr. Crum. I
0tM Norway Street
....... .1 S. Me.. Voting against the original motion ,

I 1 was Mr. Gowdy and Mr.
I
-- d Paulk.

Moved by Mr. Paulk and seconded r..

by Mr. Gowdy that the

Tallahassee Business firms Board employ the instructional and V J LJ
non-instructional personnel for St. r;

Marks for the 1963-64 school yearas
E unm:
i recomnJ&nded by the Principal

DIRECTORY Superintendent and Board of

t Trustees:

Instructional: Mrs. Bonnie Gibson

MIss.Judith Kemp. f
Patornize These Advertisers
Bus Driver: .MrsT Nellie, Lam-

.. .
Janitor: Mr. Abel J Strickland. THE
F. R.'M O. I. GRAMLING Little Folks" Store, Voting for the motion was Mr. FOOD GETTNGfS GOODI ",

Inc. Paulk Mr. Gowdy, Mr. Rodden I I 11 ..

FEEDSFlint IJ i & CO. "The Capital'sMajors for Minors" berry. Mr.'posey and Mr. Cram.

... Children' Furniture, Toy, Moved by Mr. Posey and seconded ,_A party or an everyday morning breakfast your work will be lighter .
r
; .
; One-Stop Service for Game, Hobble by Mr. Roddenberry that the your meals will be ;
brighter with a new, .
Feed Seed Fertilizer Baby Accessories Board employ County Personnel as non-frosting electric refrigerator.If

; Poultry Supplies 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 recommended by the Superinten you haven't shopped the new refrigerator-freezers for 1963.:" '' ,_

:.- River Mills dnt and Board of Trustees: you have a treat in store. They are roomier on the
Garden inside
ToolsSo.
R. H. Carter, Jr., Finance Officer slimmer

t 2015 S. Monroe Ph. 223-0274 .'Adams at S.AX.R.R. ; Mary Louise Forbes, Secre- -., on the outside. You will find a better place for all food

Crossing .'._" I, tary; Lonnie J. Raker, Maintenance .easier
to get to, easier to see and easier to keep fresh. .
r Phone 223-0173 Personnel; Jerry Reeves,

.. Mechanic. Freezer sections have ice ejectors and bins or automatic 'e '

f Voting for the motion was Mr. ice. makers. Visit your electric appliance dealer a

SUBER & JOHNSON Posey. Mr. Roddenberry. Mr. soon.

rF \. Light Weight and Regular ,. .... Paulk Mr. Gowdy and Mr. Crum. The food getting better this year than ever before. e.

q", -U Concrete Block '.... ,- Seeda-Fertilizer -Baby Chicks Moved by Mr. Gowdy and seconded -
.. -"
; Hanson. Wood and : ,,' '" ... Farm Supplies by Mr. Posey the Board: .
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Hoe Ind Inc adjourn.Voting. ;No/ll-FRg WORK-S AV1NG : 'r: '
.
''Cor. Gaines and Woodward Sts. ,
MrJ
for the motion was NEWNESSCross
-st. at 4-Points TeL -
S..Adm 222-596<
.. :Posey, Mr. Gowd). Mr. Paulk Mr.
P.0, Box 661
TeL 22:58(0 ..Roddenhel'l7 and Mr. Crum. defrosting day off your calenfotl
ro New
.. '. non-frosting models are guaranteed
'- never to frost. Saves work. Saves*/ od.
J Capital Stone Co. ? ..

f,._ .
Since 1908 4'M D&lNt :-;.
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Yeager: MARBLE Not will but thine. be ::' .:
.. .. GRANITE a er- ojo.: my .
vt5-i>
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BRONZE done.-(Luke 22:42). ..
.r Inc "
., ,....!;: MEMORIALS TJk Porte Bou** If we wish truly to. embody r1rn 7k?=b ev
Anything for track /
your auto, the love of God must be .
| '. '-';}.. ., .' Cemetery Work AU we
Type or tractor. Also
of for
your power 4
r'iuur.: >Jic .CPId. Bonds 508 W. Gaines'St.-TeL 223-0719 lawnmower and much for your understanding, tolerant, patient -' L 11 N FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION

fc .. 'SI4"S.'Ad&M.St.TeL 222-4680 a boat. and kind.We.therefore,
: Walter F. YOU ux-OBI YfNJ. VE TjR.JWNED
g B
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.... : 206'N. should do the will ELeCTRIC COMPANy
.'''''. "" .; _"j" .-- Adams St. Ph. 222-3380.- willingly

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COUNTTNEWS
Lot 23 T"R MarnoMa Gartens -" Robert r..Trexkar I *.+!" SOPCHOPPY NEWSby 3
Lot 'f BUt I WakuBa Gardens "" -, .*'7> Mrs. Marvin "Intuition: The strange instinct -
,. Hayes: 5-I
is
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Lot 3 BLK t Wakulla Garden *. -.* WIlliam! R Teal 3. 'r that familyman exposed Louise C. Sapp Thursday, May 9,19SS .
Lot It BLK 14 WakuBa Gardens Jack W.Porter 3.47Lndnda
of fallout
danger
.
Lot' CO'BLK 14 Wades Gardens ;-.-;+ .i.._ '?**,'\ P. Parrott 3.47 is right Bugle"A: every Dr. and Mrs. Harry Garnard of
Lot 29 BUC 17 Gardens ,.' Lester atemmer M2 when he opens the hall
Lot BLK IS WakuUa Gardens .'. _- ... Lome Kitchen 3.47 not" Dale Emory Va. and Mr. and Mrs.
Lot S BLK 20 WakulU, Gardens > .. .11.. Lather B. Grove 1.4-1 ford S. D.) -Lloyd S. Waters Keel Yent of Tampa Florida were Card of Thanks
Lot 15 BLK 21 WakulU Gardens .. Dora Turner 3.47 ( Mountain (Ida.) News.
Lots S and f BUC 3 Ccienera Addition W. H. Barton 1M Home weekend guests of Mrs. Tom Me-
Lot 13 BLK 4 Grteners Addition Mrs C: Srlcoti 3.47. During a time like this we realI I
Phaul and Mrs. M.
Lot IS BLK 4 Grteners Addition Unknown 3.4Lot ent Revelle.Mr. .
1 BALK'7 6 Grteners Grteners Addition'Addition: :. *, .' Annie and Cralf Mullen 3.47 and 'Mrs* L. C. Sapp visited ize how much our friends reaBy .
Lot 22 Alva Btanehara 3-47 of
Lots 22. 23 BLK Addition Land and mean to us. Your expression
and1c .t.Lots B. W. Lineman '.45 Mrs. Jeanette son Tracy
1 and t Greiners Addition I be remem
Unknown 3.94 sympathy will always
Lot 12 BLK t Creiners Addition C. M. Smith 3.47 also visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Lot 23 BLK 11 Greiners Addition I ABela Taunton and family in Panama bered. May God bless all of you.
Lots 4 to S BLK 13 Greiners AddItioa" Sow 45 Gene and
Lot t BLK 14 Greiners Addition > : L. P. Bostvick City last weekend. Kay Kenny Kathy
Lots 1* and 1C BLK 21 Creiners AddiUoG M. U. Murrow &34 Ricky Strickland. .
Lots 20 to 23 BEX: 25 Greiners Addition Unknown 15,99 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hodge and
Lots 32 and :36 ELK 28 Greiners A.ddWoft" 1.. Pa Bostvick 1M of Tallahassee visited
family Mrs.
Lots 20 to 31 and S3. 34 and 3ft BLK 28 Creiners Addition Unknown 3*.d
Lots,S and 17 BLK 27 Grelners Addition UDkDowa' i.94 Delma Roberta Saturday.Mr. .
Lots 23 and 24 BLK 27 Greiners Add1tioD >l. M. Uurrow S>tHlxlant
Lot 6 BLK D Rakers Addition J. Pettts ..,.35 Save 4flththeAT Beno Hodge of Tallahassee A Report To
Lot 155 Harvey Addition Town of Arran- Gten and Mazy Pop 409 visited his sister Cosyne Hodge
Lots 1 and 2 BLK 3 Town of Shady Sea Roy Barnes SJH -
Lots 1 and 2 BLK 3 wings SubdivisionLots T. A. Baker Sunday.Mr. Public Utilities -,
3 and S BLK 10 Willis Subdivision sir
UarreB and Wile
Lots 23 and 24 Town of Sopchoppy West Sid Robert Radford ...GI and Mrs. Francis Zarn and ,.
f Lot 82 Town of Sopcnoppy West Side MldSiate Homes 31.09 Mr. 'Commission
of Jacksonville
"' Lot 4 BLK t Town of Panacea Hemy ... son and Mrs.
Lot T BLK 14 Town of Panacea M1Jmie Tam ..... Joseph Drew Olak and family of Mr. Jerry W. "
Lot 14 BLK 14 Town of Panacea Unknown 4.a5 Carter ;
Lot 10 BLK 13 Town of Panacea ; Amos B. Taylor 4.oa by Tallahassee and George Drew Olah Commissioner ..
Lots 7. t and t BLK 23 Town of Panacea li Interest John A Whetstone 9.64 weekend
Lots" ,7,8, and t BLK 23 Town of Panacea % interest Kenneth Pomeror *.** were guests of Mrs. Florida RR & PubHe Utilities '
Lot 6 BUC 27 Town of Panacea Wilton> A. Ross t.ot Stevie Revell. Commission '
Lot I BLK 24 :Town of Panacea Worth Moore and _
Roderick D. Whit 4.09Chartes Mr. Wilson Whetstone of Tal- P. O. Lock Drawer 819
Lot 3 BLK C South Town of Panacea" Metcalf 7JS: lahassee visited in
Lot 1 ELK D South Town of Panacea Rhodes 70S Sopchoppy Wed- Tallahassee Florida
Lot 3 BLK A Aqua De Vida Subdivision '- ':: Leon loan Service.: Inc. 4.09 nesday May 1. Dear Mr. ;
As per DB 54 P-448 BIJCPLtB Aqua De Vida Subdivision OW U Edwards 10.%7 Carter: ,
As per DB M P-i74 BK 1 P-12 BLX B. LEON FEDERAL Mr. Larry White of Medart wasa Several days ago you invited me I Ito
Aqua De Vida Subdivision D. H. and KeBy Mays t.73 visitor in '
Sopchoppy -I t
Lot I BLK C Aqua De Vida Subdtv1aion. J. Ashley Goldwln. 8.73 Saturday your office to discuss a petition
Lot 20 BLK D Aqua De Vida Subdivision = Henry T. Pool. Jr. *-09 ApriJ 27.
signed by 58 customers of the
Lot 3S BLK E Aqua De Vida Subdivision T. C. 4.09
Lot IS BLK H Aqua De Vlda Subdivision James HTTarpley ".01 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawhon Panacea exchange, complaining a*'
Lot _K BLK N Aqua De Vida Subdivision Rudte W. Chrtsttan 409 ,
t Lots 17 and li BLK M Aqua De Vida Subdivision N. A. Johnson 7JSTbelma and family are visiting relatives in to the quality of service being'
Lot 22 BLK N Aqua De Vida Subdivision P. Radford 4.09 Jacksonville.A .
Lot 23 and 24 BLK N Aqua De Vida SubdivisionLot J, C. and Cbrienne Cobb and EARN FULL DIVIDENDS 'J rendered in this exchange. I told
.
'r H. W. and Barbara Candy '.II Gospel sing will be held at the you at that time that I would Immediately
27 BLK N Aqua De Vida Subdivision Thaxton C. ..C18 Holiness Churchin
Lot 21 BLK O Aqua De Vida Subdivision T. D. and Ctlftonierry 4.09Fredrick Congretational make a thorough investigation
Lots 1 to t Inc. BLK U Aqua De Vida Subdivision and Leon Remlck 28.11 Sopchoppy Sunday, May 12 at
Lots 29 and 35 BLK 3 Town of Panacea Park Unknown 4,08 FROM THE FIRST and report my findings: to
Lot 41 BLK 3 Panacea Park Mrs. G. C. Thomas 243- 2 p.m. you. This is my report. _
Lot 22 pT.v s Panacea Park L. C. Brown 2 J3 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Roberts of "
Lots 79 and tl BLK 6 Panacea Park Emma Mae Cruse toOt One of our Commercial Representatives
Lot 72 BLK 9 Panacea Park Jack Houston Cnun z.A Tallahassee visited fro and Mrs.
Lota 134 and 136 BLK 14 Panacea Park Roy R. Jenkins 4.09 was dispatched to
Lots 174. 17S and 183 BLK IS Panacea Park Burk Sauls 3.74 Burl Carraway Sunday.The cea the day following our PaDa"l
Lots 1 and 15 BI.K A Lots 180-182 BLK "
12 Panacea Park Burk Sauls 10-27
Seniors returned
Lots h. 2. 3. S. 9. 10. 11 and 12 BLK I Panacea Park / Unknown 14.81 Sopchoppy ence- -- and---- hill visited with - Lota.u and 14 BLK I Panacea Park UaXnown: 4.09 from a class trip to the mountains | ,
Lots 1. 2. 3. 4.0., 6. 7. 8. 9..and 10 BLK S Panacea Park 1J-* own 11.45 SAVE BY MAILpostage 58 persons that signed the peti-
iMvi & 7 8. 9 and 10 BUC T Paanacea Park:_. Vnkaown 16.43 Saturday morning. May 5. Gerald tion. It was learned that the peti-
Lot Town Surf
3Bessl* Wells 16.45
'Lot 4 BLK F Town ofof Surf :Mack U Parrish 29.72 Langston, Mike Langston, Kenneth tion was circulated by Mr. H. F.
Lot 2 BLK K Town of Surf Bessie Wells 4.09 Crum and Jack Hendersonflew
Lot 2 Sec. B Ochlocknee Shores Subdivision James J. Sauls 13M paid both flames Sr., who is on a four-
Lot 4" Sec. B Ochlocknee Shores Subdivision E. R. Cone 13J9 ways home from New Orleans Friday party line and has expended con
Lots J and 0 Sec. B Ochlocknee Shores Subdivision Postell and Ruth Hopkins 25.72
Lot' 10 Sec. C Ochlocknee Shores Subdivision :: Walter J. Vaughan 13J May 3, to participate in the FFA siderable effort to be regarded to
Lots S and 9 See. D Ochlocknee Shores Subdivision :::._ -.nk W. Plum 93.70 String Band which was held in one-party service. i'
Lot 10 Sec. 1 Panacea Subdivision >: aillam Findley 4.09 -
., Lot 13 Unit f 1 Panacea Shores Subdivision ,. A. W. Bishop 13.38 Quincy. After competing in the Our investigation determined
Lot 27 Unit II Panacea Shores Subdivision <"; John Price 13J6
Lot 18 BLK A Shell Point Beach Subdivision : Kelvin D. Scott 13-38 contest they joined their class in rather definitely that difficulties
Lot 29 BLK A Shell Point Beach Subdivision Ben Stoutamlre 13-38 Panama City Friday night May have been in
Lot T BLK C West Point experienced getting
Subdivision
Live Oak Island- T. L. Cawthon 50.44 41/J.
J. M. Gwln Tax Collector 3.: connections from the Panacea exchange -
Mrs. David Dunlap has returnedto
1 to the Tallahassee toll cen-
her home in Atlanta, Ga., after ter. It has further been determinedthat

f' spending a couple weeks with her this is due to an insufficient

,- HAVE' you current dmo'tnd HOME OFFICE BRANCH OFFICE mother, Mrs. Cornelia Harden whois number of circuits and a slight

; TRIED VET? / payable Se. -AMucdJJ 111 South Monroe Parkway Shopping convalasing from a serious ill- deficiency in line finder switches

!ssI.d A CII JIIchySkin COLD ,SUFFERERS Center ness.Mrs. in the Panacea central office.

Emory Rudd has returned Traffic studies made in 1962 J

home after a couple weeks visit indicated that additional
circuits
Gillette 1II h! Get fast relief from that ache-allover -
with her daughters in Hdma La
would be
required in 1963 and a

$ups4.BLUE..GLADE Zemo liquid or ointment. doc- STANBACK'S, worn-out combination feeling due to of cold medi. I I i'L1 FEDERAL SAVINGS and Pensacola, Fla. project for this purpose was placedin

,. DOUUI DOB)'-DOUtU ECONOMY tor* antiseptic, promptly relieves cally-proven ingredients reduces The Woman'c Club is planningan our 1963 construction budget.
Itchint stops] scratching and sob fever and brings comforting'relief. ice cream social Saturday afternoon Subsequent studies made
periodically
G. neal and clear surface skin 1 Wm -
AND ASSOCIATION
_eCCe1ihr6.14 lpa
15'IH rube* Buy Use as a gargle for sore throat due to May 18th on the Post since then did not reveal a

"" Strength Zemo forzentO colds. Soap back with STANBACK. Office lawn. Home made ice cream serious shortage and while we were

stubborn c.. HOME OFFICE: 111 South Monr-e and cake will be sold at very proceeding on normal schedule

BRANCH OFFICE Parkway Shopping Center Tallahassee, Florida reasonable prices.Attending having purchased additional carrier
fITt All" OlttETTI IAZORS
.. -. an W.S.C.S. officers channels we did not realize
I training day at Forest Hills the seriousness of the situation.

t Methodist church last Thursdaywere It has been established that the

Mrs. Florida Roberts, Mrs. reason for this is the fact that
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Elsie Roddenberry Mrs. Lydia abnormal peaks in the traffic were

... Isler Mrs. Audrey Rudd Sand Mrs. being experienced and were not

USEDTop 1"- Ralph. Brown.Mr reflected in our traffic stedtat.
: CARS -' "' : and Mrs. Walter Harms The normal time for traffic peaks

..r spent last week in Baldwin, Fla., to occur is during business hourson
with Mrs. Harm's sister Mrs.
; : week days and for this reason
; Lynwood Watts. Mr. Watts underwent most of our traffic studies are

: f .' Quality CARS ': ::' 'a serious operation at St. conducted during these periods.

Top Condition Vincents Hospital in Jacksonville.Miss Panacea being a resort town witha
; 'Ii! Terrycs Kilbourn of Pan
t., : heavy influx of people on weekends -
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:4'.'.,, :_.:;..-., ama-City spent several days last has a peak traffic condition

_>" week with her grandmother Mrs. on Saturday and Sunday which

:. > ', TWO LOTS TO SERVE YOU Annie Harms. were being missed entirely.We .
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i1' Harry Pelt and family from I currently have three circuits
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327 NORTH ADAMS ::: Crawfordville enjoyed an outdoor connecting Panacea to Tallahassee.As .
>? 1414 SOUTH
MONROE Friday evening guestsof
f' grill supper soon as we discovered the statusof
Rev. Richard ,Sprague and this situation we proceeded immediately .
;,< i- : BOTH OPEN 'TIL 9 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY THIS WEEK family. with the work of addingtwo

8B 8B 8B 8 8BB 8s i 8M8B 8B BBB BlBs i 8MJ
= r, Kimberley Strickland little additional channel, or an increase -

J.- ; : daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas of 67 per cent. This work

t 11959 FORD V-8 WAGON. 1960 CHEVROLET Door BELLAIR S Strickland celebrated her 4th will be completed on or before

: -rf S995S795 Radio and Heater with Automatic 1 1,395 birthday Saturday afternoon witha May 10, 1963. At the same time,
t t : 4-door, 6-passenger Station Wagon; automatictransmission lawn
party. there will be 10 cent Increase
Transmission a per -
radio _
heater Clean, roomy, right!
; :. Austin Wynn of St. Petersburgis made of line finder switches
in the home of his
visiting made by adding one to the existing

1957' CHRYSLER SEDAN uncle Fred Becton they are en- nine, for a total of 10.
-. 59
,MERCURY STA. WAG.
*_ "AJr-cpnditiontd 4-door sedan with power steering- joying, some fishing trips. In order to overcome other lees

f ", automatic transmlsion, radio heater. One owner, 9PASSENGER. Give the whole family Mrs. Carrie Ashmore and Mrs. serious problems revealed by our ;

.' "?, clean car. Lots of solid comfort for .only _?.?....._ auto room transmission to ride in .ease.radio, Equipped heater, power with.. 51095 Ralph Brown attended the Cancer survey we are adding two additional -

-... .... steering and power brakes. A one own- Crusade Report meeting on Mon Panacea-Crawfordville EAl
; .- ; er car with good tires, good paint and day night at Florida Power Corp.in circuits, which is a 190 per cent

1956CHEVROLET; V8, Radio '"a extra clean ?........'.................................. Crawfordville. increase and
over the present two
iand
Heater .
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: : .' .Automatic ...." $245 1960 FORD 2-DR. SEDAN one choppy additional'EAS circuit Crawfordville-S which is an
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t. V.8 Fairlane 500, standard transmission, PANACEA NEWSby
5104 5 increase of 33 cent which wBi
': good tires seat covers. Excellent transportation per
-l x 1960. FORD, 4-DOOR. SEDAN with good looks ............-. Eva Cosper bring the total to four. This work

f Radio Heater, Automatic Transmission. One own*-$ Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kittel of will be completed on or before

: -.r cars thousands of miles left in this low price 1195 1961 CHEVROLET, 4-DR. Columbus, Georgia,'are'building a August 26, 1963. Four additionalline

:. Special _.-....--. -_. 1 u___ SEDAN, .V-8 Powe lid. transmission, radio S1495S795 home' next to Mrs. Vivian Barnett. finder switches are being
.' heater-tow mileage. Had tender, Mrs. Wailer and daughter Chy- placed in the Crawfordville exchange

f ; / loving care, in like-new condition -- rel of Decatur Georgia, are visiting which is a 40 per cent increase -
1957 FORD V8, Radio and Heater S"; the ten .ad-
t 495 Mrs. Waller's mother Mrs. over; present
Automatic
Transmission Jim Brown. which should provide ample switching -

: .Very- Good'ansportatio; :', 1958 CHEVROLET 4 Door Station Wagon The Tarpon Marina i* now under for this office.

." ,; -....,.. ; '- Radio and Heater with Automatic construction. We are also revising our traffic
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t Transmission Rev. .Tom Harrell will hold study schedule for this exchangeso
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services Sunday May 12th as to include Saturday and
I ... $ at the
:I1956<; CHEVROLET Hair, 4 Door :, 595 Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Sunday. This was started on May

i Hard Top, Automatic: k Sunday School will be at 10 ajn. land will continue through May
; 1 Radio and Heater 1958 CHE VHOLETV8 Station Wagon, $795 and Church Services at 11 ajn. 5. Also in the future we will keepa

Door, 1 Owner, onljrI960 Everyone will be welcome. closer watch during the abnormal

Mrs. Evertt Webb and daughter hours to discover peaks whkh

: Marge of Nashville are spending would otherwise go unnoticed.One .

: some time with Mr. and Mrs. of the complaints made by

: '. 1959 RENUALT,4DoorJiewPaint 445 OLDSMOBII,4DoorSedan Paul Schmidt. Mrs. Webb is the a few of the people had to do with

-f Real Clean Radio and Heater, S sister of Paul Schmidt. the length of time required to re-

; .... .- : Automatic 1,395, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Baker and store service. There are less than

; > children and Mr. and Mrs. Frank 100 stations in' this exchange

i .f' > LOTS MORE AT BOTH LOTS Rabitaille and children of Tallahassee which would make it quite impractical -

.. and Mr. and Mrs. Gibbons to station a maintenance man

.-r. of St. .Petersburg formerly of there on a full-time basis. When
Liberal Trade In Allowance/ At These Low Prices! Perth Amboy New Jersey were trouble reports are received it is

i guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. necessary to dispatch a aan from

f. Frank Cosper.Mr. Tallahassee who most travel 36

.. t DON'T,TAKE OUR WORD! LOOK At the OK Used Cars We Offer. ENJOY your Week-end.< Shop at r and Mrs. J. O. Brown and miles before he can begin to look

; : Night Until 9 this week, Monday through Friday. Enjoy your week-end in a better used car.- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cunningham of for the trouble. It is understandable -

Florence Alabama were recent therefore, that the response

visitors of Ed and,Grade Allen ofOchlockonee to trouble calls will not be as

Shores. prompt as it is in the case of Tallahassee -

s : Leslie Presnell and family and or some larger exchange.
ALFORD
; CHEVROLET a group of friends of College Park This would be especially tree on

: Georgia, were weekend visitors in weekends. We will continue to

rJ ie Panacea area. watch this situation very closely

?: ,, COMPANY If jron have any news for this and will report to you further if
:
: : paper please'call me at the Barber anything develops different or contrary
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Shop YU 4-2551. Thanks to the facts perported here


.ir B/ggesf! Automobile Dealer In Tallahassee And The Big Bend .I : L'V.P. & Division Manager. "

< : ]...z... tr. l Very truly yours, *

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-' land, Cynthia Cotton, Brat rice WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS:
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f t, .Woodville LUI Term Dureer ey.; Beverly Council Mike Thursday, May 9. 19&3

Twelfth Gradecail Alexander
Henry Smith, Mr. and Mjrs. Moody
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Barbarxettie: Harvey. Galveston' Alexan-
Pam Pearce, Jan and Jack and Mr .'
Blander Sue Whitfield, Beverly Rich-
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Lumber Building Widen ard, Carole Ladd, Larry,,Smith, Moble Pearce attended a family
: Roll reunion at Lake Bradford last
Janice Rogers, Beverly Tully,
( Gaby, Bob Lydia Carter, Nancy Lawhon Sunday.
"We Need And T : KareiKmye Evans Elma Braren, Janet Sen Luther Tucker,"Rep. Bobby;
i : CheryRuss Adrian Lewis Richard Lynn. Russ and Fred Keightley attended *
.. Jan Har Through an oversight the fol- Legislative weekend in Key
West last week as guest of Sea]
Mo'rlowing names were left off the.last
Business' Carol PeltHonor John Spottswood. _
Roll Danny Hogue, Mike
/ Spears Head, and Jackie Mrs. Juanita Burk of Tallahassee
Wether I and her daughter, Neida and Mrs.

: Quality and Price Tony Green, CRAWFORDVILLE"P were Claude guests Posey of and Mrs.Mrs.Ola-Elsa- Tucker Forbes


, Vickers Byrne, Johnny Sunday.Daniels who is in the service -

Ross Hannon Debbie Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Porter oi left Thursday,May 2, for New
Becky Mulberry, parents of Mrs. S. B port, R. I. to resume his duties.
Naz- Forbes, Jr. visited in Crawford Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Law. of Bestis,
Luther ville over the weekend. Fla.. visited W. M. Hatcher over
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t Miss Billie Helyn Hammick, e the weekend.
Green Hal
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SPECIAL student nurse at F.S.U. has re Mr. and Mrs Harry Pelt and -
I Mike enrolled for the summer session children attended a reunion in
and Sharon and is now taking special trainin Georgia last Sunday.MEDART .
Lorinda
in the State Hospital in Chatta-t I
PICNIC HAM, Lb. .Greg hootchee. Miss Hammick is com- NEWS
municating from Crawfordville.Mr. .
Mathis,: and Mrs. L. W. Porter ol by John PigottH.
Cabin Home Self-Rising Strickland, Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs D. Strickland of Ivan visitedat
Russ, Pam Gerald Core and other relative the Van Pigotts for several

f CORN MEAL, 5 Lbs.. : : ,, George Wanda:last weekend days recently. I
Joe Duggar, son of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Nannie Durance was honored
I Cullen Duggar has returned from : on her 71st birthday with a I
CANNED DRINKS 10 i Harvey,
overseas duty in Japan and is dinner at the Clark Durrance
'I Stevens, visiting his parents. home, in Tallahassee last Monday J
Sail TOilET TISSUE, 10 Laird, Roger (Butch) Eubanks grad night. .
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rated from the University in Mr. and Mrs. Pappy Council
Core, Gainesville last Saturday and has visited Steve Pigott Sunday.
Gold Cross Evaporated : : ,Edward Jimmy eft for California to accept a Mrs. Molly Sparkman returned
tl (position with the United State home Saturday after spending two
BANANAS, 2 Ibs. for : Andra, Agatha Lof- Forest Service. .. weeks in Tallahassee with her ,
Sonny Hammick attended the daughter. ;
+ Shop HereFor Your : Folsom I graduation excersies in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Gray and t,
; ast Saturday. ton and Miss Linda Pigott attended -
Green, Mrs. George Walker returned toher the wedding of Betsy Strickland .
Taylor, Alan '
Fertilizer home from the Tallahassee to Richard Mitteren of Lancaster,
,* Wayne[emorial Hospital, last Wednesay Pa. The wedding was in the i
PIGOTT'S : Patricia
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May 1st. Blessed Sacrament Catholic
:P Mathis,1 I Filbert Smith, who was In- Church in Tallahassee. Mrs. Graywas
MED RT 'ured in an automobile accident matron of honor. !
Strick- ecently has returned to his po- Many friends and relatives at. i
We give TOP VALUE Porter, Won in South Florida. tended the Home Coming at Lake'Ellen

I I Harvey.Lou Tur- Jack Pearce spent the,weekend Church, Sunday. The Rev. :4
With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Duggar, former ppstor j
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John Har- '
pfoody Pearce and family. was the speaker.
Miller,
Rev. S. A. Coxwell left last Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tully and i
Talquin Wilson,
(unday to Kansas City, Mo., to at- family attended a family. reunion 1Yt f t
end the Southern Baptist Convenion -in Carlo Ga., Sunday. -
Core, Don I
May 7 through May 10. "
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Margaret I
Mrs. Ellis Tucker is spending a I
Charmaine few weeks in Crawfordville. She .. \
Jerry (ecently fractured her arm. j'j N.l 1 t: I
Mr. and Mrs. Wooten. Smith ::
Susan
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>elina and Tim Mr. .and Mrs. !
Diane Strick- I
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