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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (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).
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-, VOLUME. -64-NUMBER 45_ CRAWFORDVILLE FLORIDA Thursday July 4, 1953 I t. PRICE 10 CENTS PBR COPY




EIJIIY'.n.SAFE AND HAPPY 4th OF JULY





Drive Safely Your Congressman .. --
Florida's Oldest Boat Safety

: This Weekend1 Don Fuqua Weekend
Crop TobaccoPonce This
If yon are planning on taking
a Decision "-
: of the court-The ac- -
With National Safe Boating
trip this week please be careful, tion of the Supreme ; de Leon and Hernando de Week in throughout the
make this safe and progress
a sane 4th of decision to bar from Soto found tobacco growing in country, emphasis by all safety
July.Highway schools the reading of Florida in the early 1500's. However organizations is being placed on
fatalities always marr and the recitation of it was not until the Twentieth all pleasure boat owners to exer-
the holiday periods and leave some Prayer is to me a serious Century that flue-cured tobacco cise caution especially during the
families longing' for their loved
a decisionwhich strikes came of age as a "money holiday weekend.
ones. very heart of this nation crop" in the Sunshine State. Capt. W. S. Schley, commander
By obeying safety laws".and regulations itual heritage.I \ Today, five tobacco markets in of the 8th Division of the U.S.
and by alowlngdown a am fearful of this the state act as selling points for Coast Guard Auxiliary said that
happy journey can be enjoyed. part of the Court. I more than $15 million worth of more boaters are expected this
The Florida Highway Patrol joins floor of the House in flue-cured leaf. According to S. L. coming weekend than anytime dur-
with many others in a plea to this decision, pointing out Brothers, assistant agronomistwith
ing the summer weather permit
make highways happy ways this I watched a number of the Agricultural Extension

summer. newscasts the evening of Service at Gainesville, 21 counties, ting.Capt. Schley stated that every
Trooper Bill suggests: leave cision, a number of bordering from Sumter on the boatmen when they leave dock
living room between your car and said that members of the south, Holmes on the west and should file float plan that
a so
the car in front. Following to had not raised a sharp Nassau in the northeastern part of will have idea when
someone some
closely is a major cause of highway test as in the New York the state, produce nearly 26-mil- the should return.
accidents..Take, Five and Stay 1962. I told the House lion pounds of tobacco annually He party also urged that some memberof
Alive, if you get weary behind one, I proudly raised. my from an allotted acreage of slightly the family be told where the
the wheel
stop and rest and then
protect. over 15-thousand acres. boaters to
planning
are go.
go relaxed. It's safer that way. I need not remind you "This year's tobacco productionwill I Caution should be taken regard-
Never drink and drive, if you must a few short weeks ago, be two to three hundred ing sudden summer squalls and
lift that cup that cheers, don't be L.. Gordon Cooper stood pounds lighter per acre than last every effort should be made to
,: the one who shifts the gears. House chambers and year due tq the dry weather," steer clear of them as they usuallyare
This is 19-safety-three so, lets the prayer that he had Brothers states. Last Year's tobacco accompanied by high winds and
I all. enjoy the holiday and it
keep
on his historic flight. production reached an all- are very dangerous.
.safe so that many others can be ,if you will, with the time high of 1,977 pounds per acre. Capt. Schley said that all mem-
enjoyed. monaut who mocked "Disease particularly black bers of the USGGA 8th Division
scended that he saw no shank," he says, "has also takenits have been alerted to be ready for
Vacation SwapFor there.I tolL If we should .now have a any emergency during the holiday
think: this is the heavy rain period, then root knot weekend.
ChildrenIt's difference in our two can also be expected to become a .
difference between free problem."
summer swap time again'at have a deep faith in God Farmers did not fertilize as 'Cancer Society
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack: I. who live under atheistic heavily this year either, he pointsout Presents Booklet "
I Singleton 1544 NW 39th St... Mi- ism.: And I believe that it > explaining thai the emphasisIs
ami.' The Singletons have three this deep religious faith on quality instead of quantity. Because temptations to .smoke
kids, two girls and a boy,. whom sustained this land.. New loan rates place a premium on cigarettes can confront children as .
they ,would like to send to the I am concerned about j high grades of tobacco now in de- early as in the third and,Dearth .
country for a week's vacation In will lead. Already a case mand. Tobacco farmers who pro- grade school levels, a simple story
....:.._ ,. August, in exchange for three filed in California e : : duce top quality"bacco can ex- preventing reasons why It,.js beat
children-of a country""cousin who words "Under God" pect an average price support level not.to start smoking Is. bid in'"anew
takes their kids. The idea is to pledge of allegiance. of 56.6 cents a pound. This is ,an illustrated booklet titled,
1. give a "different" vacation to the calls these words also to Increase of one per cent over the "Jimmy Beats a Bad Habit."
Singleton kids, but since the stitutional. ..support level for the 1962 crop. The booklet was prepared and
Singletons have no relatives in the The First Amendment Explaining some of the historyof edited by Margaret W. Hoffman,
country, they'd like to trade'their Constitution provides flue-cured tobacco production, who has been actively engaged in
kids with a family that wants its the schools of Florida lecturing to
gress shall make,no law Fred Clark, agronomist with the :
... children to see the city of Miami. an establishment of religion Florida Agricultural Experiment older students on the harmful effects
.... The idea, while unique, is not hibiting the free exercise Stations notes that the ravages of of cigarettes.The I
new to the- Singletons. Ten years This.provision was adopted the boll weevil and the extremely story itself contains no
ago, in July 1953 they had the no state, religion could be high price of tobacco after World reference to cancer, the late mani-
i idea for their oldest' three kids. and with this principle, War I combined to accelerate flue- festations of chronic respiratory
After writing to 30 country and agree. cured tobacco production in Flor- damage or death. However, an explanatory
small town newspapers outside But we do not agree ida and Georgia. From 1921 until manual for adults includes .
Miami, they received many re- simple recitation of the 1934, tobacco acreage grew inter- abstracts of data on childhood
sponses and finally decided on a Prayer and the reading mittently. 'With the passage of the smoking and answers to
reciprocal trade agreement with Bible violates the f"I Tobacco Inspection Act in 1935, questions which might be raised
the Clarence Kline .family of Justice Stewart in his marketing was controlled by statute by the child upon reading the
Keuks the New York Regent's : and information was supplied story.
On July 26, Singleton, a bus' Case in 1962 said that ; to growers to assist in more order- The booklet is availabe at no
driver for 26 years, loaded up his had "misapplied a great ly marketing. cost. Parents may obtain a copy
,kids in the family car and drove tional principle.' For Acreage continued to grow as of "Jimmy Beats a Bad Habit"
them to the Kline farm. question presented by the supply and demand warranted. A from American Cancer Society
At the farm, the three Singletons whether "those pupils peak of 29,500 acres was reachedin offices, listed in the regular white
had a great time having. we-! to do so may join in a 1939. During this same year, sections of telephone directories of
enie-roasts, going on a hay ride, at the beginning of each the Florida Agricultural Experi- sixteen key cities located throughout -
swimming in a lake horseback day. ment Stations began experimental Florida.
... riding and in general rollicking It seems to f great research with tobacco. "Plantbeds,
around tho countryside with the. that it is quite a different varieties, fertilization,'fumigation, Stetson To Get
Kline children. say that the Constitution irrigation, rotations, plant im- t
When the week was up Singleton one child who,may wish to provement, curing and harvesting, Ford Grant
picked up his own three and recite the Lord's Prayer in ; and insect and disease control are
four of the Kline kids and brought lic school, merely b some areas of investigation that Stetson University in DeLand, .
them to Miami for a complete other child, who does not have contributed to the continuedrise Florida, will receive a one and half
sight-teeing tour. He took them to pray and is not required in yields of,tobacco in Flor- million dollar ($1.5 million) grant
the zoo, swimming in the ocean, to; objects. ida," Clark states. from the Ford Foundation, the
the Parrot Jungle, Tropical Hobby- From the letters I have Hicks and 402 varieties account Foundation has just announced.
land SS Florida, the airport the I from a great many of you for approximately 85 per cent of The grant is-in support of Stet-
Olympia and Essex theaters, where that the people of our the acreage grown today. The Ex- son's overall academic developmentand
the stage manager took the kids greatly shocked and periment Stations' latest varietal may be used at the Univer
backstage to meetthe show's-stars. this decision. One letter release, Florida 22, combines the sity's discretion.. It is the largestgift
The seven children and the par- tired school teacher best features of"both Hicks and ever received by the Univer-

; ents on both aides had a wonderful that in her: years of 420.( This variety was available to sity."We
time according to them. shorVdevotionals set a growers for the first time last sea are sincerely grateful and
So, four kids and a bigger house in the classroom and son. deeply humbled by the confidence
; later, the Singletons are ready to greatly in preserving this gift from the Ford Foundation
.. venture into kid swapping again. Back in January, I Service Officer represents," Stetson President J.
Their three available children, bill to provide for a Ollie Edmunds said. "We shall .
d- Diane 11. Richard, 9, and Carolyn, amendment which would Gives Report make every effort to deserve this
; to t o.It confidence."
7, are eager go prayer in our public
Now all they need is a country I contend that we Following is a breakdown of re- Stetson is the only college in
It family to make the trade. They change, and need it now. coveries from WakulU County for the entire South selected with 12
: would prefer to manage, the trips very' real challenge to us the period July I, 1962 through other colleges in the nation to receive
' as they did 10 years ago so that I have contacted the June 30, 1963 as reflected in the the Foundation's "Special
all the kids can be together at the Committee where this bill .official records of this office: Program In Education" grants. .
t. ; same time in each home. and urged a ;Service connected $1,104.00 The other schools are in Michigan,
: The Singletons are prepared to it, so that it on-semce connected___ 4.58L50 Wisconsin, Maine, Iowa, Pennsylvania -
; apply references through their Rrred. before the House. Insurance __ Ohio, Minnesota, and Mas
and church affiliation.If I ;PL 550 training :
i employers to me that we ___ 470 QQ sachusetts.
t you .are interested write tot allow the people -of the ,PL 16 & 894 training_ _,_ "The entire Stetson community!
t the Miami Herald, .P.O. Box 3700 States, through the due f Death compensation and is heartened by this grant," Stet-
k Miami '1, Fla., by July 8. 'law can by a constitutional pension -----.._. 2,270.00 son dean Hugh McEniry said. "We
ment, to rectify this [Waiver of overpayment -. shall work very hard to justify the
'" ligious freedom must be Burial J.Miscelaneous judgment of the Foundation and
Undersea mining for South diamonds >but this decision is ,.__ ___,_== to establish here at Stetson a program -
off the coast of "
pression and It was never of real excellence.
Africa is proving highly rewarding that it be thus by the fo Total __ $8,425.60 ,
Recorded messages -
land Congratulations
our and the framers on a job well
; provide Bonn, Germany ,I Constitution. done. .

telephone subscribers with I hope we will be able MELVIN T. DIXON
In the 5 the coat
t e movie and theater listing, this bill before the State Service Officer past years,
t stock quotations of physicians' services has
food recipes, constitutional amendment/
L aftd the names of doctors and would 'overturn this !risen 48%; lawyers' fees 46% ;
.. < druggists-everything but the cision. The first'printing in" airline travel 75% and higher
press
t '* education 100%.
t number. >- ,- America .was set up at Har ,
,'_: .. -<. _'# should daily acknowledge His vard.
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WAKULLA: 'COUHTT NEWS' ...... I .
2. Thursday. 4.1863WAKULLA SOPCHOPPYNEWS: NOTICE OF APPLIcATION FOR TAX DEEDHKHEBT r ...
See. 114.t" F.LHO'l1CE. -
SABATHA STrRETT the holder of .
,; \ Opening July 1 By LOUISE C. SAPP J5 bU i'1 Sdic: foe a' tax deed to be used
cerUfleates
1 the tollowtaE aDII 7UI'S of taallSCO. tbe descr1ptioA of the connPiEreFLORtS7
.. IIUJDben T
x The eftWleate
Mr. and Mrs. Terry W. Land .Xr 10.wtIJda tt Was assessed are as toflows:
I I II BARBER SHOPSt. and son, Tracy, returned Saturdayto aDd .Use 17 names Year of Iuuanee lM1 .1.'a11ahassee
CCUNTY NEWS s.
L I : their home in Panama City OescnpUa Ira.a Property. Wof SW, of SW' of> Section Township S south .
Range S west. acra. \
r Marks after spending" several days with Name in which tsswedUiaa
above order for each additional Cert1neate.)
IoBow
Telephone WAlnut 6.3301a eeruaeabe. .
Mr. Land's mother, Mrs. Louise t U more All at said ODe peopeTt7 blot ID Ibe 0auat7 of Wakuna State of Florida Flowers &. Candy Inc- SERVICE
(Formerly
Watt's Barber Unless. such eertttieate or certtacates ahaD be J'edeemOd aeeorclinc to law
Sapp. will be 8OleI'to
certificates the
cerUfieate or
such
Shop) : tbe propert7 descrtCd J In
if Mr. Land was discharged from bJPest bidder at the taut boast'door-oa the- lint MaodayAugust.- .I
HOURS u .
isfa. which is tile 30i CUT of ::
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the U.S. Army Thursday, June 20, of II
Virgin Keizhtlej LZ_ Editor 12 noon to 8:00 pm I at San Francisco California. He Dated this eth'day. lune.Oerk of Pearce Circuit Court of WakuHa O>untr. )!'bAdaiioodr -. .

served three years as an army HI -:..
Monday,Tuesday Run: 1-Z7 W. 7-41. .-
Wednesday specialist and was in the field of : :; .-
Radar and Electronics. Two years I \ Formerly TillnuuTs

Entered at Crawfordville.Florida, -. was served in the States and one Improved Economy PANACEANEWS I ...'" -'\. '

in Korea. 105'EAST JEFFEI\SON-fSTRE : .
year El EVA COSPER
as second class matter. Subscription IndicatedFlorida's _
.....l. _Mayor Johnnie Roberts cele- 1 Mrs. Irene Vause is in.the Talla. t' .
rate: $3.00 per year.. : brated a birthday Sunday,-Jan 30. improving. economy is bassee Memorial Hospital. '- ., -...

New Hours Mr. and Mrs. Laurice Roberts indicated by a 5 per cent gain in Rev. Burke and his family left ; : .:. '. .
visited the Earl Tannton's and '.' .
employment over the past two
Monday for Taylorvilte, Illinois
EFFECTIVE JULY 1 .
I r Mrs. Jeanette Land in Panama years, nicely above a, national fig- '
Need. where he has accepted a church. .
If You
PHONE
Florida 224-5023 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
City Sunday I ure of 2 per cent, the The Woman's Club supper will
SHOP
BARBER Mrs. Tom McPhail and Mrs. L! Chamber of Commerce pointed ; .
State
Office Supplies be July 6th at 630 p.m. at theWoman's or WA 6-3301= CRAWFORDVILLE
o Business Machines. Panacea C. Sapp transacted business. in I out yesterday in, its Weekly "Club Building. The menu I ,

.
o Office Furniture'See Apalachicola Thursday. While Business Review. will be:

there Mrs. McPhail did some social- This Florida gain is all the Fried Chicken. I
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or Call HOURS visiting. 'more significant in. ,view of the Speckled Lima Beans. \ .

WHALEY Visiting Mrs. Leavy Willis has opposite effects-of automation and
RANEY Creamed Corn.
10 to 8:00
am pm as her guest from' Landsdale, Pa., of a drop in construction," the Re- Deviled Eggs. BIG WEEK.END.SP-ECIALS

atCAPITAL I I Thursday, Friday,Saturday her daughter, Mrs. Alvin Manero view'stated. Lemon Pie. -
and children the state
and her granddaughter "Total employment in
OFFICE Coffee or :Tea. ffl ..
.
Mr. and Mrs. Samie Felder. in non-farm establishments averaged -
EQUIPMENT CO. Adults, $1.00-Children, 50c.
James Anderson of New last
Mr.
1,382,000 persons year. The music will be furnished by .
319 South Adams St. Smyrna was- the week end guestof Wholesale and retail trade accounted PORK CHOPS 1 Ib. .
John Gilbrup at the Conn Organ.Mr. 59c
,
Corner E. Pensacola
.
his aunts, Mrs. Tom McPhaul for the largest category Gillup is from the Nelson- ,
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA and Mattie Y. Revell. cent
Mrs. 3
with 371,900 jobs pp per
Battles Music Company in Talla-
i. Mrs. Catherine Oloh has returned -since 1960, compared' with a national hassee. BACON, 1 Ib 49c

home from the hospital. figure of one ref cent. Government

,r. '0 : .TV .. 'C Mrs. Mae Raker visited her was the next ranking em- Aunt Jemima GRITS 2 boxes 19c

: daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. ployer with a total of federal, state ,
-
Hiram Carter in Medart over the and local together of 245,2000 per- The highest paid concert

SERVICE Call week-end. sons. The two-year gain was 11 pianist was Ignace Jan Pede- Twin Oaks, VINEGAR, 1 gal. 39c
f rewski who received
t $60,000
Mrs. Agnes Joiner has returned per cent the largest of any cate-
WA 6-3612 home from the hospital. gory in Florida and above the for a single performance in Irish POTATOES
e tJEO. CREECHCRAWFORDVILLE 10 Ibs. 35c
S John Stokes of Monticello was nation's 8 per cent. Madison Square Garden in the .

CALL 2220165CLASSIFIED a visitor of the George Stricklands "Service establishments in Florida ,

last week. I provided 234,000 jobs last year, S W ANNEESTORE

The H. L. Cassidy family has up 7 per cent, compared with a "Trouble about telling lit-

bees-Barber Shop; moved to Andalusia, Ala., to make national increase of 5 per cent over tle white lies is they pick .

their home. Mr. Cassidy will be 1960. Included i in this total were so much dirt while travel- _CRA'VFORDVILLEFLA._ _.

2238, South Monroe FOR SALE 1962 Frigidairerange missed on the school faculty. 42,600 hotel-motel employees up 9 ing.up "-Kenny Bennett, Green- .
and Mrs. David Dunlap and : ltIr .Isabelle Forbes, Mgr. ,: .
Mr. .
Men's.and Boys Haircuts used 3 months. $100.00caah. per cent during the two years. castle (Ind.) Putnam County '
Phone YU 4-2572 Panacea. two sons front Atlanta, Ga., are "Manufacturing plant employeesin Graphic. .- -..

visiting his parents, the 0. C. Dun- Florida numbered 221,900 a 7 o :

I I lops and her parent, W. C. Har- per cent increase compared with ..

CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONALS a one per cent drop throughout the '..
,. I dens.Mr.. and Mrs. T. C. Brannon and nation. .. .,. .. .
.it.DEE. COOK, OwnerS I son of Panama City spent last "Workers in transportation --' ..

... -. : week-end with her parents, Mr. communication and public utilities .
I Mr. and Mrs. R. S, Jackson and I : TRUST FUND ACC8WCTSGUARDIANSHIP .
and Mrs. Bert Roddenberry.Mrs.
,. 1 numbered 100,800, with a slight .
I family yisited in Crawfordville Elsie Roddenberry son Rev. drop in transportation in Florida ACCOWNTS(
I :
Fri-day. They were enroute to
Frank Metcalf of Va.
Russberg and a 2 per cent drop nationallyy. .
Arkansas to visit Mrs. Jackson'sparents ['sited his mother and she accompanied
The finance-insurance-real estate : PENSION FUND ACCOUNTS
for three weeks.
him to Groveland Fla:, to group provided 88,000 jobs in Florida '
THE Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller and
visit Mrs. Roddenberrys daughter, up 7 per cent. The national : WGOMACCCSKTS(
i daughter, Cindy, have returned to Mrs. Dalton
Payne. gain was 4 cent. Contract con-
their home in Goldsboro N. C.., Weare proud of two new and per ASH FUND ACC89KTS
structioir firms in the state had; :
CHRISTIAnSCIEnCE after spending the past two weeks
lovely homes nearing completion, 112,300 employees last year, down INVEST-
with Mrs. Miller's parents Mr.
down near the Sopchoppy River 8 per cent fronT 1960 comparedwith : ACCOUNTS
l Bind
( Mrs. S. B. orFbes, Jr. -
bridge. 7 cent drop nationally.
f a per
S and Mrs. Dural Raker of
Mr .Mr. and Mrs. Claxton Vause Sr. Mining held steady at 8,5000 work] INVESTMENT ACCOUNTS +
in .
Tampa Fla. were visitors Wa- and Mr. and Mrs. H.-L. Mathis ers.
kulla County last week.r. INVESTMENT ACCOUNTS
and familyMr. domes .
"Self employed
mOniTORI and Mrs. W. R. Porter of'Mulberry persons .
.
and Mrs. Jennings Rouse tics and farm workers are not included .
spent the weekend with their : PAHTNEXSISP ACCOUNTS
retired the business -
have from
grocery in these totals as reporte ..
.
Mrs. S. B. Forbes Jr. ,
daughter, -
due to. ill health. Mr. and by the Florida Industrial( Commis -. -
and Mr. Forbes. Mrs. James H. Burge are takingover sion." :.) No fluctuation. .. no Mriurt rikno
'
Mrs. Esther Pelt has returned .. Mfir hMMtfMnt tnywtwnl. ;
the and -
building stocking a .
Accurate O.pmd.bI..bov.-.s'a f(raturn.
home from T.M.H.
Saturday'
complete line of groceries and .
Girls from the Crawfordville meats. We wish them a good busi "A whisper is one way to -. ,
Complete First Baptist Church who spent make people believe what .

last week, June 24th through Ju r ness.Mr.. James Lawhon is in the they otherwise wouldn't.E. ."- LEON FEDERAL SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOQATION';:'...;:.1"e.

News 29th, at GA Camp near Panama .M. Remsburg, Vista .e
of
Gadsden County Hospital Quincy !
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HOME etna in SM* -
Barbara Raker Pamela !
City were: where he will undergo an opera- (Calif.) Press. "' { '
Blanton Darlene Wildern Melinda i i = l
--n''
.
Coverage "Clifford Franks maintainshis .,
Deborah Cox- tion.Mr. I
Harvey, Cindy Russ,
and Mrs. K. P. Freemanand '
milk is so fresh that four ,,.J.l*
well and Anne
Kathy Hogue.
family are new residents in before its ,
hours delivered
Mathis from the Methodist Church
Pruritccf n also attended. Sopchoppy. They are formerly it's grass.-Charlie Craw- .. .

Doug Wright left Sunday, June from Illinois.The. ford, Lawrenceburg (Tenn.)
Woman's Club, held their
BpSTQKLOS 30th to visit relatives in Mobile, Democrat-Union. .
.
regular meeting last Thursday eve- : ----. -- "
ANGELES Alabama. ning and voted to open the concession -
LONDON Band Director Birch of Sop- stand on the'school grounds

choppy is holding classes of instruction on July 4th to serve food to the;

in band instruments each young people of the county who U.SED. CARS I IQuality
and at 9
Tuesday Thursday a.m.
1 Year $22 <6< Months $11 will be here attending the softball
3 Months $5.50 at the Crawfordville School. These tournament.

CN. this tfwrtittiNMtt .mdrvtwm classes are free and any student Mrs. W. R. Klinger and ..daughter -
It with your check w who is interested is. invited to .at-
.
Janet from Detroit Michiganare
Bt my rd r to: ;
Tit. Christtwi Seta** Monitor tend. visiting Mrs. Klinger's parentsMr. Top o Condition
.
0. H rv Strttte
... y Ben Simmons.
1 S. "' .a. and Mrs. -#

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Children' Furniture, Toy, .. mission radio, heater, 2-tone, whitewalls ......... Tudor; straight shift radio heater _
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Hal, Wood and ,r. '. .'. Farm Supplies ,> Fordor; automatic transmission, heater,' 1145 and Heater, Automatic Trans e-695
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luscious dessert topping made with Lucky Whip mix highlightthe using a pine oil product.COMIUNICA j. ", ,r:
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Here's the recipe: mouthpiece occasionally witha
Lime Chiffon Pie pine oil disinfectant solu-
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1/2 cup cold milk 1 (15 oz.) can sweetened season.
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