Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: August 22, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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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VOLUME- 64-NUMBER V 52Note I :CRAWFORDVILLE PERSONALS. )l TIi u'22.1963 T .__ J J"t I :

.v v( Hunting SeasonTo Local 1 'ftj Mailed
Jaycees J ASC Ballots

Nov. 27 Hold! Smoker !
Open If' i i! Vote Urged

\ TALLAHASSEE-Florida's duck, The Florida Power Lounge in I I, I The county ASCS office announced
goose and coot hunting season will Crawfordville was the scene of a 1 today that ASC deeUtw
open at 12:00 noo nNovember 27 very successful "Membership I 3 ballots have been mailed to aR
and run for forty consecutive days Smoker," held by the Wakulla; 1_. : known eligible ASC voters In the

Off'the Cuff: through January 5. County Jaycees, Friday night county. William D. Pridgeon acting

: I Under the final migratory hunting August 9, at 8:00 p.m. county office manager, stated
by "KEITH LEE" regulations} framework just re- Approximately thirty members that the more" than 200 eligible
Folks in Panacea will be cevied from the U.S. Fish and
gladto and prospective members were in +s farmer and rancher voters fe the
know that the County ,Commissioners Wildlife Service daily bag limits attendance, to eat barbecue pork county should have by this time.
voted to repair Rock oLand. for ducks will be four with total and in the
a and brunswick stew, join 4 ; < He urged any farmer or rancher
ing Street so its rocks for rock possession limit of eight. Daily many other festivities planned by : 3 who fails to receive a ballot to
landing. .. A new sanitary officer bag for geese will be two, with a Smoker Chairman Don Tucker. V. l contact the ASCS county office. .
# has been hired for the possession of four. bag for \ s
county Daily' President Mack Parrish presided To be eligible to vote in the annual -
Bill Braatz, he has M.P.H. degree. coots will be eight, with a total over the program, welcomed the election a person must havean

''. Unit 'Four Wakulla Gardens I possession limit of 16. guests, and gave a brief outline of interest in a farm as an owner,
plat was accepted at Board meet- According to A. D. Aldrich, director Jaycee activities. President Mack ;. i tenant or sharecropper and be eligible
ing on Monday night; another Game and Fresh, .Water then called topon Bobby Harvey, : to take part in one of the
group of lots made available by Fish Commission special waterfowl lobby Paulk and Jim Helms to I ,'." ... Federal farm programs administered -
Panacea Development Corp. regulations in effect for ,the give briev testimonials of what it 'r tj" : by the ASC county committee.

Postmaster Hendrickson's new $63-64 season are: Hunting per- can mean to be a Jaycee. In the case of joint ownership -
home in Hudson Heights is pro- mitte dfrom sunrise to sunset except Following this part of the program of a farm or ranch by two or

gressing rapidly. Sports fans opening day when duck, goose the group viewed colored more individuals each is an eligi-
... thoughts are beginning to turn to- and coot shooting begins at 12:00 slides of various Jaycee projectsand ble voter. Complete deiaf& on _
ward football and we wonder what noon. No hunting of canvasbackor activities including the recent voting eligibility are available at

the local high school elevens will redhead ducks. tate convention at Fort Lauderdale the ASCS county office.
have to offer this year, hope to The daily bag may not include Florida and the National Convention k Mr. Pridgeon urged all eligible

have the schedules next week. more than two mallards, black at Louisville, Kentucky. I! -: r1F voters to carefully consider the
If you are out riding. on Sunday ducks, or Florida ducks singly or These slides- ,were very entertaining nominees listed on their ballot and
t afternoon, take time to drive by In the aggregate or two wood and portrayed all the coloran !,. . then to vote for the men they feel
the new county Livestock Pavil- ducks, or one hooded merganser. dpageantry, typical of Jaycee SHOWN IN ,THE LABORATORY at Baptist Memorial Hospital Jacksonville t.i the research team going most qualified to represent themin

lion, it is an asset to our county. The total possession limit may not activities.The into action to investigate the.,part smoking plays in pulmonary emphysema and bronchial' alterations the administration of the Fed-
Orchids this week go to the include more than four black ducks, evening's activities were 'The project has been made possible through a Christmas Seal grant of $6,670 awarded to Dr. A. E. Anderson eral farm_programs in the county
;. senior and junior Chamber of Com mallards, or Florida ducks, singly culminated by group singing and Jr. (right) by the,Florida Tuberculosis and Health Association. Co-investigaton are Dr. Alvan G. for the coming year. The ASC
R w merce who will do themselves up or in aggregate, two wood; ducks,I various solo numbers from among Foraker (left), chairman of the Baptist Hospital's research committee, and Dr. Juaa A. Hernandez (center committeemenpUy! a vital role in

: proud with the dedication and fish and two hooded mergansers. Daily I the talent in attendance. Guest, ), resident in pulmonary research pathology at the Baptist Hospital. Dr. Anderson, who is on the the agricultural affairs of the

fry on Saturday, September 7, festivities -! bag limits on American and ,red- Kit Tucker, entertained in professional attending staff, of the hospital, explained that the paper-mounted whole lung sections shown in the back- county and it is important that
. r get underway at 3:30 p.m.' breasted mergansers is five and.I style with his own composition ground of the above photo are used in classifying pulmonary disease '" the best qualified men in the county -

A quote overheard from a conversation the possession limit is ten. and rendition of "Bolivar", ,. be elected to these important
t< '. 0. Leon County will be closed to Sweet Sixteen R. C. SpillmanScores i I I
; "now you see its this : the ballad of an old Coon dog.On I positions.
., way, turn it over and its that way". duck, goose and coot hunting except > several occasions during; this Party Held of friends, acquaintancesand The "mai method" of voting Is
4 School bells will be ringing on Wednesdays, Saturdays,! part of the program, the audience relatives, in Wakulla and Leon used in ASC elections as this has
,'_ :... throughout the county next Mon- Sundays, opening day and holidays.I thrilled 'to the high tenor of Billy Miss Ann Moore and Miss .San- counties, were saddened .learn of proven to be the Most convenient
,c," < day morning wonder how many In addition to other bag and Gaby. In general, it was a fine, dra Harper were feted with a the death of R. C. (Bobby Spill- method for farmers and ranchers
: Mamas will, heave a sigh of relief possession limits, Florida huntersIn wholesom: evening of mingling one birthday party Friday night, Aug. man)' on August 16. Bobby i to participate. A self addressed,

_.. cause they will at least know certain scaup concentrationareas with another, which produced fun '16th at the Crawfordville Woman's perished when his small private postage free envelope is providedwith
I f -where-the junior's are. Don't wil lbe allowed a bonus- of qnd recreation for all. Club.Miss plane went out of control and each ballot and all that th*
; forget the-teachers reception at the two extra'scaup ducks 'i\ &'.day's .Much ceroit goes to Don.:.Tucker Moore '*.nd iMiss: Harper: crashed near Perry, Fla., about voter has to do is to marks

'.. C'ville Womans Club next Thursday bag and .four in possession: These for his planning and preparation celebrated their sixteenth birth- 11:30 a.m. on, Friday morning.At choice on the ballot, seal it in the

). night, lets go, meet the new areas are: All open waters of and to Jimmy Dykes, our vice- day.Mr. the time of his death he was J--1! envelope provided and drop it in
and Mrs. J. K. Moore and
I.L .. ones and welcome back the olds Charlotte Harbor from the bridgeon president, for securing setting up making his home with'his wife, the the mail. AU ballots are kept
ones. A passing thought, U.S. Highway 41 to a straight and leaving the lounge- in an orderly Mr. and Mss. Cliff!. Harper were former Ruth Norwood of Tallahassee confidential and no one but the
l the hosts for 45 friends of
U.i\ ones. A passing thought, line running in an easterly direc- manner; a task he undertook some his children, Brenda 13, voter will know how he voted. All
the honorees.
< t things to look forward to by the tion from Boca Grande Pass ingle-handedly.. Danny 8 and Elody 2, in Vero ballots must be post marked priort

"t "'I*. wives huntin season is not too faraway through Bokeelia to the mainland.All For the young men between the Beach, where he was a vice-presi- omidnight August 30 in order to

L,= '.... so think of the cnores that* open areas of the 2,200 acre ages, of 21 and 35 years, who were State Fox Hunt dent of the Indian River Bank. -#- be counted in the tabulation foi
r you will be doin that the men of impoundment open to controlled unable to attend, we missed you Bobby will be remembered by .. the election. Ballots may also be
the house usually do. All husbands hunting on the Guano River Wildlife and invite you to attend any of our October 2124John (many in the county where he attended s.. .4-,., ; returned to the county ASCS office
p' are alike but they have different Management area" St. Johns regularly scheduled meetings, the Crawfordville school in his Dortha Nell Taylor in person by the voters during

;. faces so that you can tell County, Florida.All irst and third Thursdays of each Obie Shaw D. Stephens Vice ,President President'and early years and where his mother,. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Taylor of office hours any time prior to the

them apart. Marriage ,is a open waters of the Banana month at 8:00 p.m. in the court nounces that the Florida State., Fox an- Mrs. Halliae Spillman, formerly Panacea announces the wedding of ugust 30 deadline.
\r romance in which the hero dies in i River from Banana Creek south to house. Hunters Association will hold their Haline Chapman, lived for many their daughter Dortha Nell Taylorto

r the first chapter. A deaf hus- State Road 520. Join with us in promotinggrowth annual State Fields Trials, at St. years. Survivors in this area in- Michael Hall of Tallahassee.The t

.', band and .a blind wife are always All open waters of Tampa Bay. leadership, and community James Island, October 21 thru cluding his mother and aunt, Mrs. wedding will take place in John Taylor
a* happy couple. .. '. Rumorating All open waters of the Indian services in Wakulla County. Actober 24, 1963. Beatrice Dynes of Tallahassee, are Otter Creek Assembly of God
understand that an automatic laun- River from Shiloh south to the Bench Show will be held on an aunt Mrs. Roy Chapman anda Church! /Saturday, Aug. 24th at Exhibits ChampionWakulla

dry may open in the old Post Of. bridge on State Road 516 at Mel- Monday afternoon. Oct.- 21, followed cousin, Hugh Chapman of Wa- 6:00 o'tISck. Everyone is invited. County's411 Dairy
Tice building around the first of bourne. Board Hires by Fish Fry and oysters cn kulla County and a cousin Wallace Club received their share of honor
the month, hear its a branch of All open waters of Mosquito the half shell. Principal speakers Dynes who is on the teaching staff at the West Florida Dairy Show
ECON-0-WASH In Tally. Lagoon (Indian River= Lagoon) William BlaatzThe will be John D. Stephens, Presi- of F.S.U. Officials To Visit held in Chipley, last Thursday,
from Oak Hill to State Road 402. Wakulla County Beard o! dent. Doyle Connor, Secretary Funeral services were held last August 15.Among .
DR's Get Handbook i The above "scaup bonus areas" Commissioners met Monday night Agriculture and Congressman, Don Sunday August 18 at 4:00 pjn. in Here Sept. 7 the honors received was

were established to encourage for their regular monthly meeting. Fuqua. the First Baptist Church in Vero State, Leon county, and Tallahassee # Reserve Champion Registered Jersey -
On Lukemia hunter to harvest more scaup William H. Braatz was hired as Sopchoppy High School will per- Beach, Fla.Teachers. officials will join with officials awarded to John Taylor son
Because many members of the where the species has been under- county sanitarian, he is also em- form the morning of Oct. 21. A of Wakulla County for the of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Taylor. John

medical profession are vitally con- harvested in the past.. On the other ployed by Jefferson county in the 1964 Florida' State Fox Hunt dedication program of the Wakulla received this award exhlt:ting this
cerned about the. seriousness and hand; the limit of two Florida same capacity. Braatz served as Queen will be crowned By the out eception County Livestock Pavillion on Sat- Registered Jersey Senior Calf to
ducks constitute a harvest reduc- sanitation officer the going Queen of 1963, Miss Linda urday afternoon September 7 start-
the progressive increase in leukemia 4 4 years in 29 a First Place Blue Ribbon and thenon
the Florida Division of the tion measure resulting from the Florida Keys, 4 years in the State Durant of Panacea. We are ex- August ing at 3:30 pjn. ..- to Reserve Champion. He also
American Cancer Society is pro- low water conditions in South Labor Camp program, and has just pecting the largest State Hunt The Crawfordville Woman's Club Doyle Conner Commissioner of exhibited his Registered Jersey
States. The
viding 2,600 physicians throughout Florida during the past spring. returned from 2 years as Chief of ever held in the United will be shown Sopchoppy Woman's Club and the Agriculture will be the principal Two-Year Old t* a Second Place
Tbazin Hound by
Wakulla County Chamber of Commerce speaker for the affair.
Sanitation in American Samoa. '
and with
he took SAenth
who particularly! a Place
the state, are the Secretary of the Thonzia Hunt :
Braatz attended Florida 'Southern cordially invite parents and The calls for participation -

_interested___ in all forms of cancer I Club of America. There are only grade Jersey :*.
with n -a new technical handbook on L uestIcnnr1ire For College and got his Masters 100 of these hounds in the United friends of the Wakulla County by both the Sopchoppy and David Harvey son' of Mr. and

leukemia.The ,, degree fropi the University of States. schools to attend a reception at Crawfordville school bands along Mrs. Fulton Harvey, and Chock
handbook gives a summaryof Lcps :dent! rents Michigan.In Everyone' is cordially invited to the Crawfordville Woman's Club, with addresses about Wakulla Deal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles

information for physicians relative Dependent parents of decease other business transacted by attend this event and we will pub- August 29th, in honor of the Wakulla County's potential for future Deal, rsewed S.eesd and Fewth
to the diagnosis treatmentand veterans receiving serviceconnected the Board another plat was accepted. lish more information on this later County teachers. Guests are growth and the progress that has 1' rae Blue Rihnagj( ,"rtllf>edMIJ,
current research concerning death compensation payment .from the Wakulla Gardens subdivision Invited to come from 8 until 10 p.m. been, made over the past years showing their Grade Jersey Junior

leukemia. It also tells about serv- from the VA will receive a special with approximately 140 High School The hosts for this affair wantto Chamber of Commerce president Calves.
questionnaire with lots. encourage all citizens interestedin O. E. Hendrickson will give the and
Donald of Mr.
ices which are being made avail. dependency Taylor son
r.ble to assist physicians in the their monthly checks on or about Commissioner Willard Carter Band NewsA our schools to come and welcomeour welcoming address. Mrs. L. D. Taylor, and Danny Miller -

of patients who have developed August SI, the VA announced to- was elected as a Director of the meeting will be held in the teachers and get to know them Senator Luther Tucker, Repre- son of Mr. and Mr*. Jchn B.
care Wakulla County Youth Fair Association Fri' It is hoped that aR sections of the sentative Bobby Russ, County
the disease.A new band room, in the Gym, Miller, received Third and Fifth
chapter on the background of day.At the same time veterans who Inc.Repairs day night August 30 at 7:30 p.m. county will be represented there Commissioners, City officials from Place Honors, reapeetfvely, with
disease discloses that the ae receiving ,additional serviceconnected will be made to Rock An increasing interest in the The Club House is now being air- St. Marks and Sopchoppy, County their Holstein Junior Calves.
the Landing Street in Panacea. School band has conditioned and it is hoped that it Agent L D. Taylor will take partin
leukemia death rate has increased]; disability compensation Crawfordville Donald returned in the Jersey
50 per cent in the United States because of a dependent parent or Street lights will be placed been indicated and Mr. Collins requests will be finished by the 29th. the program. Cow Class to take a Fifth Place in
the dependency around the new Livestock' Pavil- all interested parents and Following the dedication the annual
during the past.20 years. It also patents will also receive that class.
discloses that leukemia, once pri-.. questionnaire, John lion.. boosters to attend. Wakulla County Chamber of The Wakulla 4-H Dairy Judging
marily thought of as a disease of!I Stamper. Service Officer, said. The Board voted to change the Mr. Hank McCord of Capitol 1954 Class of C.H.S. Commerce Family Night and Fish team took Seventh Place over all

,childhood, is actually taking At the time parents were placed meeting date of their next meet. Music, Tnc, will be present to Fry will be served. competition with John Taylor raking -
{{ of more adults on the compensation rolls, they ing which falls on Labor Day, a discuss purchase plans for new or I Plans Reunion The fish fry which over the up a total of 197. points to become -
I(lives many j were definitely determined to be national holiday. used instruments, with parents.Mr. I I Dr. J. Donald Duggar. who was years has been a highlight for: the 4th high individual judge of

I.children.chapters provide information dependent. The purpose of the The next meeting will be held McCord has been a big help I i'president of the class of 1954, of county and many friends from the contest.In .
Other and in :
I : at 8 Friday night. August to Mr. Collins in organiinzg Crawfordville High School, announce Leon county is expected to drawa
for physicians on subjects oil questionnaire is to thfact p.mon i the the event for b *t 4-H Countygroup
band going. I
diagnosis, therapy ""treatment of!i : that they have continued to 30 at 8 pan.Card. keeping instruction the will be offered that the class is planning capacity throng. of three animate, Wakulla
Band All'members of this The Wakulla County Junior
of chronic leukemia, be dependent'and are still eligible level. s reunion. placed Fourth.
,acute and supportive at the fourth grade
starting I Chamber of Commerce is
interested are re- : taking an
who are their
class will exhibit
research and service rn!' syir.tnt by gradesif These boys
therapy, ? will be grouped
Classes active this in the
contact Dr. Duggar part year Family
.' quested to animal again October i, 1963 at
of the that
Recipients questionnaire
; to patients. ThanksWe possible,, but any Donal- Night and Fish event. .
of is Box 64, Fry President
address Craw-
I whose the Livestock Pavfllkm in
Margaret E. Waid. Chairman ays exp2ctsd to return them before "c" average over last years
Dr. has.
a Mack Parrish said that
and also to give bothmanpower
of the Committee on Leukemia -t-jbcr Si. Stamper advises re- wish to take this opportunityto work can see Mr. Collins to arrange -i sonville, Georgia, fordville for the eoeaty showing
and materials
..... of the Society's Florida Di- cipients ,that all questionnaire thank our many friends for lessons.Points 1 any addresses of any member that are being and again at the Pavilion, October
to to assist the
visionsaid that a limited supply, must be returned by the deadline their kindness and comfort during to be discussed will Include -! they may know. *.->'SST* put use senior 12. 1963, for the District contest.
chamber in what is
!h -Leukemia, Handbook is still:: date. our recent berea-veasent. It would ,, uniforms, attendance for Dr. Duggar will appreciate' any expected to be Everyone is invited to attend. The4H
of the largest gathering in WakullaCountyin
: avjhMe to physicians who_have Since the questionnaire cards be,almost impossible to express our football games:, use of school-- information and iat&nce-'that he members were accompanied to
and sincere gratitudefor instruments, election of officers may receive from,those interested many years. tse show by Mr. and Mrs. Charles
pot Deceived a copy by maiL They'jaay be handledby machinery, retip'.ents appreciation owned ." ./
fce _obtained, without cost by : ;are requested not_to fold, your prayers and consolation.May of boosters, etc. -u1iSieunion.. .c'. Deal and Coonty Agent and Mrs.
'writing.; Florida Division, America [cut .mutilate!or. trim them.!.in any God's blessing rest ,upon Please make a special effort to .'"" Taylor and son Lan)'.
416 alL attend this important ,Cancer Society Tampa manner. ;,' you
Tampa 2,, Florida. The family of William R Fortes our band-off to a running start .
for the new year.

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... Thursday.,August 22,1963 PEAK'S SPECIAL THURSDAY FRIDAY
I '.- .. FOR SALE. 'Jenny Colt, 1-year-, School loqrd ,
; I I DRY CLEANING PLANT old.Ge&ile. Ideal;CI ItIr e'. PetReasonable. "
Equipment and Building. Living Call WA 6-3M1. The Walralla County .School at ::. : I : and SATURDAY .;" .
WAKULLA quarters in regular session :
rear. Modern -equip- Board met in

ment. Going busine &. Selling due 8:00 aon, August 19, 1963. The \ "fi' Fresh Grade "A" FRYERS lb. cRIB

COUNTY NEWS to Illness. I ChaIrman Mr. Cram. called the ,

I foflow- STEAK Ib .
1 the
l" meeting to order with 79c
Telephone Abut 6-3101 i Mr. Gowdy,
members present:
ing ..
'4'tir In the Court ef the County Judas, KMWY9WMfYEfTS Mr. Posey, Mr. Paulk and Mr. NECK BONES, Ib 19c

In re: WakuHa Estate of County, F1wida. LICENSE Roddenberry. HowcooL Lindy Cream Style CORN 2 33e
W J Edward N. Warner. Deceased WfWGYWfDees Moved by Mr. Gowdy sec- cans

i Virginia. .KeightleyEditor.. T. All.. Creditor In Probate.and Persons 4avf IIRTIt MtIiTII / ended by Mr. Posey that the WilL YOU BE Bama MAYONNAISE qt. 49c
--. CIa I. ? Demands Aaalnst Said Minutes of July 8, 23 and August ,

1 '. Estate noted You:aDd and each of yea are. >*reby .. 8, 1963, be approved as read. Mr. WHEN You Gold Cross Evap. MILK, 3 for 39c
required to present any for the motion was
c:1a q and Voting

. Entered.. /,.at-w: Crawfordville.4 Florida, either te of of Edward youa demands may:N. Warner have which aplDat deceased 7CIU. the 01' Barber Shop;: Posey, Mr. Paulk/Mr. Gowdy, Mr. GHOMEQ BANANAS, Ib . lOc

i .,.T"''- v as second. class.*" matter.* t. Subs.- rip- Judge late.of 01 said WakuHa County.County.10 the rlda county. at <2238 South Monroe Crum Moved and by Mr.Mr.Roddenberry.Roddenberry and [ m W SHOP HERE FOR YOUR

,: ra'te in the court house 01 said
bon : $3'.OO"p r year County at Crawfordvffle.:: Florida with BOYS HAIRCbTS. $1." seconded by Mr. Posey that the 0
in six calendar month from ,the low
time Revell's i.
of hte first publication of this DOUce. Board accept Mr. Carl SCHOOL
Two hall copies be of each claim or demand ..opens. days a bid on a four inch well of $1.25per
shan the XI
:If You Need. I place of residenceand lit office address "118,... foot, .ani'.the Board furnish SPECIAL
., of the claimant and &baD be !
sworn to by the claimant his material. ITt .
agent 01'
to '
; Office Supplies attorney and accompanied by a filu. FOOT. waster barbers Voting for the motion was Mr. 1r z

Business Machines. mum DOt one eo dollar. flied' and shall such be -i/im void ordet ;I serve.. you.' Roddenberry, Mr. Posey 4 Mr. d .. 300 Sheets Note ,Book Paper 59e

. :1 Office Furniture HAs administrator ardy of the Estate -. -- Gowdy, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Crum. -

: ;! See or all of.Asezecutor and Testament of of the Last WillEdward DEE COOK, Owner Moved by Mr. Gowdy and sec- SHOP and SAVE ATPIGOTT'S .

.& N. Warner deceased onded by Mr. Posey that the Board ;
RANEY WHALEat T ABC. u.a.a. Sept SOPPORTUNITY employ Mrs. Mary Frances Kit- I r STORE
trell as teacher in Crawfordville

I 1963-64 school x .' .
._ High School for the '
OPEN year. I

EQUIPMENT CO. for ambitions 'man-25 to 62, to CLASSIFIEDSALErA Voting for the motion was Mr.I 1 give TOP VALUE Stamps ;
319 South Adams St. operate retail Watkins Route in, calve pair of young Gowdy, Mr. Roddenberry, Mr.!

Corner E. PenaacolaTALLAHASSEE. this community.. Earnings from Jersey able. Contact, priced Quintus reason-Coleman Posey, Mr."Paulk and Mr. Crum. iJ 1

FLORIDA $100.00 to $150.00 easy'irom the The bids on the school milk pro ) ,
Rt. 6, Box 145-H, Tallar
beginning. For interview in your haasee.'Fta.i gram was received from Velda *t yut TAtt AH ASS E E flEl&REi

area write Watkins, 659 West Farms at .0675 per % pint, Bor-
: ';,. -'T Peachtree St., N.E.. Atlanta.; den's Dairy at .0675 per % pint, At least.the fish is going in FLORIDA 5'TE ,

V Sunshine State Dairymen's Coop. the refrigerator. How about BBMHBBBBBBHl
- ? Imagine opening the ;
; at .0675 % pint. The Board you
per Joanne Woodward "TARZAN'SRichanilleymer
: # : SERVICE door and walking into cool
t I .. '., ,t ." ,- ; discussed these bids. The Super- air conditioned comfort It -
Call '
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y" ",,--' V ." ",>,: intendent pointed out ,that to accept costs less than you think.
:, WA 6-3612 L :: THREE
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- GEOCREECHCRAWFORDVILLE l these bids would cost approximately Phone. today See how you i

t ; 32,700 more to purchasemilk can be living better with
: electric air conditioning for "THE :
Co. for the lunchroom program STRIPPER"CHALLENGES"
E r Woodvilla Lumber the rest of the summer
! alone. If the Board should acceptthis I
rI bid, it would appear necessary .

to raise the price of the school Today thru afn"day J
Thurs, FrL, Sat.
l.umber-Building. Supplies lunches. In view of this fact, the 1:30,3:30,5:30, Double Feature '

Board took the following action: 9:30
Moved by Mr.. Roddenberry and .. ,
"We Need And Appreciate Your i seconded by Mr.1 Gowdy that the I
Board table the milk bid for the
'- i time. being.
Voting for the motion was Mr. Instant KMOBBi BiMHi HBi .

Business" Roddenberry, Mr. "Gowdy, Mr. Comfort Audie Murphv

Posey, Mr. P&qlk and Mr. Crum. Electrically! Kathleen Crowley
Todav thru : ,
Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and Saturday

and GuaranteedRoss i : seconded by Mr. Paulk that, due Leslie Caron
Quality David Niven .
to the fact that Annie M. James -7 .R.wrsS.w/ "SHOWDOWN"Elvis I.

THE declined employment the Board _._ FLORIDA OF '

I employ Miss Silvia M. Price to 1POWER DARKNESS"Dean .I

Hannon Owner-. ;' : her in Buckhorn Elementary 1 CORPORATION Martin Elvis Presley
replace n '
CHR1STIRfl n 1 "* _'". Lana Turner O'Brien
: : :- School for the 1963-64 School --------- Joan i

Year., J "WHO'S GOT THE "It Happened at ;

SCIEnCE I'I'c Voting for the motion was Mr. ACTION" the World's tt

.... ? Roddenberry, Mr. Gowdy, Mr. Fair"i
--" : .;; ;' _: # Paulk, Mr. Posey and Mr. Crum. ;1 1I i

Moved by Mr. Paulk and sec-
: .. l. Mr. that the bills
.' .)0. T *:.-- -..' d y., onded by Posey

/ 4 : be paid as presented. I
't > .
: !
IJj 1 ;. '. ; .. Voting for fl.e, motion was Mr. j

Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Rodden- s

j:. Accurate Complete Insurance Service Lsny, Mr. Gowdy and Mr. Crum. :
Amazing Compound Dissolves T allah : 1
Moved by Mr. Gowdy and seconded Common Warts Away ssee ;

I Complete by Mr. Paulk that the Board Without Cutting or Burning .:

Up to 40}(Discount on Auto Rates r_ 1 adjourn. Doctors warn picking or scratching '

News. Voting for the motion was Mr. at warts may cause bleeding, Flowers &. Candy Inc. : '
.. Now amazing Compound :5 I
1<1: .r, : : "",: f f.b Paulk, Mr. Gowdy, Mr. Posey, Mr. spreading.W* into warts
... ./ (overage- Roddenberry and Mr. Crum. destroys their cells,actually melts
: ,
. -'; "A: *Finance Plan'for the workIngMan*. .: .: : t Henry A. Crum; warts away without. cutting or COMPLETE FLORIST. SERVICEFormerly {
( :: .. _.::"r ';.. <;-. ;.. *: Chairman burning. Painless, colorless ....'!.. ,', ': ,
....,. Compound W, used as directed: t6
: : C.ri L. Townsend,
<:- removes common warts safely, .' -
effectively leaves no ugly scars. ., :,
SuperintendentIN .
'". .Auto Homes : .- :' ;11 ,
Hospitalization ,
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BOSTON . Tillman's105.EAST ...

iOS ANGELES :> Real Estate- 9 '< ..

,:... CONDON ... ': IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE -- . ;r : '
; :: 1 Year $ll 6 Months $11 FLORENCE CHANCERY.E. J'ONDAPLAlNTIJ"I' CASE NO. __ Plaintiff. .' > ': -.r--.; "
L 3 Months $5.50 PHONE WAG3711CRAWFORDVILLE \ Ronnie Lee Ausley,. Sr.. ,'
r ".. ClIp thb ....m.*M.fit ..* VS.KENNETH. Defendant. : I'ONE:22a-5023 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA "
'" ; ; rHtm, It1tIt yew check er FONDA. DIVORCE
.'- The CkristiMi SciMce Moaiter. STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
0.. Nenrey Street ;: ,':' NOTICE TO APPEAR Ronnie Lee Ausley. Sr.. -
i.. Sat IS. Macu THE STATE OF FLOHIDA TO: Address Unknown. .
.- .: ,...' Mr. Kenneth Fonda You are hereby notified that a complaint '
.... ., Fultonham. New York for divorce has been filed against
': : You are hereby notified that a suit you in the Circuit Court of WakuUa
for divorce: has been brought against/ County. Florida. In Chancery. You are f r .
,' I A I you in the Circuit Court of WakuUa hereby required to file (personally 4c;
I County. Florida In Chancery by by attorney) with the Clerk of said
I Florence E. Fonda and you are hereby Court and send a COPY of the same. to
Tallahassee Business required to file with the Clerk of the attorney for the plaintiff your BIG WEEK-END SPECIALS
( firms the Circuit Court your written appearance written defenses. if any. to the complaint
la said suit and to serve a copy of in said cause on or before
same on Plaintiff Attorney on or September 23. 1963. Herein fail not
before the 17th day of September. A. D. or Judgment by default win be entered
y. 1963. Herein fan not or the Bill in against you.Wm1ESs.
.this cause will be taken oro cnnfessA. my hand and the seal of
DIRECTORYPatornize Witness the Honorable W. May said Court at Crawfordville. WakuUa PORK CHOPS, 1 Ib . 58c
T Walker Judge of the said Court. and county. Florida this 20th day oOfficial
the seal thereof at Tallahassee Leon .
County. Florida this 15 day of August ( Seal) BEEF LIVER, 1 Ib . ., 45c
A.D. 1963. J. H. HudsonP. '
', These Advertisers L. Harper 0.. Box 66Crawfordme.
George TOMATOES 1 -Ib. 19c
., forrdvme Florida Attorney:: for .Plaintiff.Florida Fresh ,

WT r Moody Pearce /Moody Pearce
M : ;.. Clerk. Circuit Court Moody Pearce LETTUCE, head 19c
F ;. R WakuDa Clerk Circuit Court. : .
r Little Folks Store County. Florida
WI..a.. 12 WakuBa County. Florida.
Inc. Aug. sa. Sept. S-12 CUCUMBERS, each 7c

FEEDSFlint j &. CO. I Children'.Majors"The* Furniture Capital's for Minors", Toy, ._ l TOMATOES, 8 cans $1.00

One-Stop Service for Garnet, fo6oie NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Feed Seed -Fertilizer Baby Accessories i American Beauty CORN, 10 ens $1.00
NOTICE IS that 3. ,
HEREBY GIVEN H. Hudson the holder of the following
133 N. Monroe Ph. 222-1146
St. certificates has filed said certificates lora tax deed to
be Issued thereon. Tha
Poultry Supplies certificate numbers and yearsassessed uance. the description of the property aDd Colgate Action BLEACH, 1 box. 39c
LV River Mills the names in: which it are as follows
w*:: J Garden Tools .

I f; 2015 S. Monroe Ph. X08'14 SJLLJLR. Certificate Year ofIssuance Name in Gold Cross MILK, 3 tall cans 39c
I So.Adams at .
No. Description of Property Which Assessed
,,;, l Crossing \ HarMess Del Monte Fruit Cocktail 2 49c
;;} IS 1954 Lot 1 to Gavin Eat. cans
Phone 223-0173 in Sec 11.. T .9 S.R, 1 W.

.'," > i 5 acres Joe Taylor Jr. Fresh EGGS med., dor. 42c

.. 52 1854 As per deed recorded in DB
t4 .
.. VR.' .:,i ; ,- WakuUa County.
;;;: : 4 a.: : Florida lyIng '
:-. Light W0Q AC' atsd '1i.yutor. jj ,. .. JOHNSONFast to SE i4 of See. u..T S S. ..- STORE
.. Blocks .:t-YGolua'et4 .:.:: : R 2 W.. Harold F. Cearen _

V....,' H&4' aJffI r--.4 e i't .y.'" .,' ,.. 85 1954! Lot 1. Block A- South Known CRAWFORDVILLE "* .C,

rr, :. : t S SuppliesCor. Rock Landing Town of FLA.
i' Heel bin, IRC. '. Gaines t and Woodward Sts.'. V Panacea) A. ':. Mitchell
,. ., Dtn Isabelle Forbes Mar.'T ..
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4.Potets' : t : 45 195S Lot 1SBXXN J 1gma De VIda Christian
S.,Adams St. at ; ,- .< Tel: 2225960BakerAlford Hndte W. .
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Tel.2&48P.: O.Box. 6OferC. r'tf 47 196*. Lot 21 BUt K,Aqua De Vld Thelma Radioed -
:,C." V -' .. ..
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: S 1961 An andl.lded"ln1 interest in
an except 2BO.aorta of lot IS ----
Capital:, Ston.. -Co.Since. H S. 14 /U acres Nat Sanders Jr. .

? ,. JO 19d As per DB 35 P-U to See. 13. ALL PURPOSE
t. .1966 '. T S. R S-W. George W. CtbbsAS fill Cracks And
C '
: .: ; MARBLE GRANITEBRONZE Co. of said property being in the County of WakuBa. state of Florida. 3-IN-ONE80IL
: Unlecr such eerttflcatesor certificates sfcaB be redeemed aecordtag to law the
: Property tdeserfbed la such certfflcateor,, tt ate will be sold to the highest Holes
MEMORIALS "Tk Pert House"fer SLf b Rouse doOr o* the JInt =J' to Month of Septambe. Oils Everything
anything your auto,traek: which the ted day of Sept. HaMIel.patty.Hardens L1a w*.
: Cemetery Work AU Dated this TO day of Aupat..U8. ..
.' ; itttl.di i.,.... of Type or teactor. Alto for,yoor powerlawnraower.aad ,
Ii ': . ..HF1.. ", -" 508 W. Gaines St.-TeL ffi3-0719 mach for your .{ sat Moody' el, Pearce PLASTIC WOOD Prevents Rust
:: L.* Court of -
,I L-'A..T.L. Walter F..Bachan, :Mgr WafcaBa Cbu& r. Florida. \ No SubatKuta..
',--J'..: s" 268N.AdaasSt. The&!MyAccept IUIUI- -IUCTItC RTK
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KEIXF. FROMHEADACHE SllrilksW'dllHt { Thursday,.Anfust,:22,1963 .(
Prayer i. "

Amendment '. gives 'you FAST relief Steps Itclllelieves Paine Erect Marker at Farm Birthplace of Henry Ford

I Have been serving as one of from pains of headache, neuralgia, the first time science has found ,,"'.$' <
the members of a special six-man Beeritis:and Eiaor pains of arthritis; a new healinr substance with the as- ; ;
"" rheumatism. Because STANBACK tonUhinff ability to shrink hemorrhoids -
Ii Congressional committee which is relieve pain-without .
and to !
, contains several taedicaf)'- owed U .a w. S
drafting constitutional amendment In ease after ease, while
and for fast 17-
prescribed .
to halt further, limitation of relief,you can take STANBACK with gently(shrinkage relieving)pain took, actual place.redaction Most- "
the right of religious expression in confidence.Satisfaction guaranteed! amazing of all-results were so thor-

I government and private life.' .. '8TAMBACKati Test $tilt; .. aril ough statements that sufferers like pills made hare astonishing ceased to

. Those of us named to the House andomrs i a ( be a problem. secret is a new
committee were selected to represent yo uQ:. .o wc::. healing substance.(Bi.-Dyn**)-di.- ,
woiid-famona research
used eorery of r,1t, at e .
-1 ass .
. the sponsors of 47 proposals institnte.This substance is now available w
of various types which OM in suppository or Mtwunt form ;
would allow Nwr.e Ma called Prtptntit*,He. At all drag
fcr the reading of the Bible and -=:'J- counters. ii
prayer incur public schools. It is 10 25 69E 98 ;j Li ,
our ,:..!ie to come up with one
till vhich would be presented to GAMP'' LEJEUNE, N.C. (FHT- r

.tho ;ouse calling for a constitutional NC)-Marine .Private Eugene E Big Weeh-end rI '

amendment to allow ,thla Cutchin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ern- I 1\ __ _
traditional religious expression in est Cutchin of St.. Marks, Fla% .
oar schools and public life. completed four weeks of {individual y

The committee hopes'to completeits combat training recently at Camp >
work in the very near future. Lejeune. N.C. SpecialsNote
Other members are: Frank Becker, The training covers the' basic .

R-N.Y., chairman; Horace Korne- combat skills required of'each -

gay, D-N.C.; Walter Baring, D- Marine before he takes his placein Books-Note Paper-Pencils-Crayoas BallPoint -..
Nev.; William Cramer, R-Fla.;andIcl the Fleet Marine Force. Pens Foratain Pens' Composition Books-
I Latta. R-Ohio. The training is conducted under Rulers-Scissors Erasers Thumb Tacks-Paper
Visitors to.. Oar: Office live firing conditions by carefully CHps. :

We are, always pleased to have selected instructors. FRESH VEGETABLES d
visitors from our district visit in SEAPOWER FOR PEACE)
r U.S.No. 1 IrisLPOTATOES ,
our office. Recent visitors haTe

included' Mir., and, Mrs. "Paul Shelley IN" THE SERVICEUSS 10 Ib$.' ._ .: ..39c

Live,' T Oak Tallahassee; Dave and Aubrey George Fowler Fin-, FRANKLIN D. ROOSE- ONIONS, 2 Ib. ; V: : .15c' 4 a
( ) Anthony g.
Blountstown State
lay, Senator
_f ?
Robert Williams, Graceville; Bobby Skipper, electronicstechnician second Juicy LEMON, doz. ; _. ?ScMEAT'S ,

King, Sneads; Mr. and Mrs. Paul class, USN son of Mrs. Joyce 'r' :f
..Piccard and Bob, Jane and John, Cameron of St. Marks, Fla., recently ; .f x .
{Tallahassee; Mrs. R. C. Earnest reported for duty aboard Bandy BagSAUSAGE '*
and Sharon, Joan and Mike, Talla- the attack aircraft carrier USS
3 Ibs. .
hassee; Greg Walker. Tallahassee; Franklin D. Roosevelt, currently ; _.

Mr. and Mrs.'Reese Revell, Jr.::and undergoing five months overhaulin Brisket .. .
Marion and Reesa Tallahassee the New York Naval Shipyardat STEW MEAT lb. wR
; Brooklyn. .. -. :.. 39c
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Beasleyand '
Roosevelt 12 oz.Twin PackLUNCH ,
operates out of May-
Ann, Barbara and Mary, Tallahassee '
{ and'Mr. and Mrs. Robert port, Fla. MEAT -. ?>r:: .' 39cSMOKED

Pledger, Maranna.Motor'boat. --.I rOn '4jmmt "! Ii 1i..II.ELIi+I I I I,"
(AHTNC-Army Pvt.James E. BACON.: i nUDnu: .i Jt i ; :
Chester, son of' Mrand Mrs. the Centennial of Henry Ford's birth, company founder, and Mary Jane McKenzie,
James '' a simple marker was dedicated at the south- 17-year-old representative 0 f Dearborn
T. Chester, 1642 dr, Center Cut
LawEnforcement 41c
ern Michigan crossroads where he was born school children who contributed nearly
Tallahassee, Fhu, completed eight End in a farmhouse on July 30, 1863. Taking partin $1,500 for the marker. It stands at Greenfieldand
Soon weeks of advanced infantry train Pieces lb. ...-'.,:. 37c ceremonies were (left to right): Mrs. Ford roads in Dearborn Mich. The
TALLAHASSEE r ing at the U.S. Army Training George W. Romney, wjfe of Michigan's governor farmhouse (lower photo) was moved in 1944
Conservation Director August Ran- Cenetr, Fort Gordon, Ga., Aug. 3. BISCUITS, 3'cans .F: .:: 29c ; Henry Ford II, chairman of the board,'.I. to nearby Greenfield Village the museum of
Chester received instruction in Nabisco .: '.''. : Ford Motor. Company and grandson of the: Americana founded by Mr. Ford. _
dolph Hodges said today that the ? '
Florida Conservation Patrol will combat techniques and in firing CHIPITS .. . -i 43c I .
the M-14 rifle and the M-60 .
begin rigid enforcement of the new I
state .motorboat registration law: machine tnL two of the Army's Supreme : ,
newest infantry weapons. The'17- COOKING OIL
I September 1. I gal jug $1.19
Tht 1961-63 motorboat registration year-old-soldier entered the Army
certificates expired August 15 last March and completed basic .
Certificates for the new registration combat training at Fort Gordon. TOMATO E S 2-303 cans .2 3C

year:.ending June 80, 963, He attended Leon .High School. THIS IS NO COME ON! WE MEAN BUSINESS!

went on sale in the offices of the No BoilBLEACH -
various county .tax collector's (AHTNC-Army) Pvt. HowellR. '3

August 12J* a"Because.of 'Mess r' Jr., whose parents liveat 2." qts.' '. ,' e.e.. ..".',.;*... .". ,. '"25c' Now! Meet The Friendli est Salesmen Town
the necessary delay 2004 Monticello dr., Tallahassee Bush2nCan _
in making new registration certifi Fla., completed eight weeks of PORK & "'
BEANS 2 (. 35c
cates available to boaters occasioned advanced infantry training at Fort '
by enactment of the new annual Gordon,Ga., in late July.; Messer Chicken Of Sea .-; :' J .
registration law we have tried to received instruction in rifle squad TUNA 2 ', i -.
boater fair' :!: ., 59c ,...
give every opportunity tactics and escape and evasion.He ..

to obtain said.his new certificates,"' entered the Army last February Large-FAB :,. .. ... .. e.. : 29c 'ji ?. "
and completed basic training 't;:" -
; "I feel that every pleasure.boater Slenda Sue ; t
at Fort Gordon/Ga. The 17yearold -"*, :
will have had sufficient time to soldiery attended Leon High ICE MILK &! .. 4V C --i
have obtained his new registration School. IT.ZeiM. gal. .
certificate by September 1, and I, '.,- "..
have directed Conservation Patrol Holland Dutch C 'O R. S. (Cur) Jones Jack AiJikurn Jr. Harry Bowt
r Used car MaiMf .
officers to start a rigid enforce- ICE DVC
CREAM gal. .
ment program September 1.
t Hodges said both state and Great for Sta-Pine -" Picture :

federal law require that any: DEODORIZE g'j
I : 29c
i motorboat powered by an engine in Miisra 8IIJ1sClts pt Nor .
exceSs of 10 HP being used; upon
r Florida waters display its assigned Zemo, doctor's formula, liquid Available : >
numbers and carry a valid regi- or ointment, soothe, help* heal I .1
minor burns cuts, bruise& Family &J Super MarketPHONE
stration certificate at all times. antiseptic, cases itch of corfaos
The 1963 Legislature did away rashes eczema. teen-.. f V*-
athlete's foot. Stops scratching. = el :
with the tangible personal propertytax aids faster healinc. For I stubborn : W02-2441 SOPCHOPPY, FLORIDA Bob Norman Johnnie Bell W.W. Sfaopcr Jack Atbbiini. Sr. u. Bell Roger Slricklenl
on boats and substituted an annual cue. set Extra: Strength Zem I I
registration certificate tax., Lot No. T 327 N. Adams. Ph. 224-3211 Lot No. 2 1414 So. Monroe Ph. 222-5656
Registration fees under the new
law are: boats under 12 feet I L 1958 CHEVROLET 1959 PLYMOUTH

length $1; 12 feet or more iUr- ," .
less than 10 feet $5; 16 feet ::/"r" <;:" ,. ,; ';' L' -'& ," standard 2-door; 6 transmission cyl; radio, heater, real, 5645' 4-door, V-8 station wagon, 5595 i
radio, heater,
26 more feet and or less more than and 26 less feet than$10 40; sharp .............................. transmission, wsw automatic tires ....

feet' $30; 40 feet or more and less :

than 65 feet $50: 65 feet 6r more 19(0 FORD 1956 PLYMOUTH
and less than 110 feet $60; 110 '. S995

feet or more $75; dealer classification LEON FEDERAL V-8, 2doorradio, heater, 4-door, V-8 radio, heater, $195

$10. REALTORS real nice ..............,.*...._... automatic transmission ....
Under a ruling by Attorney<*en
eral Richard Ervin only those .
pleasure boats powered by machinery \ LOANS AVAILABLE 1957 FORD 1961 YOLKS S

in excess of 10 HP art required 295 1 195
to register, Hodges said. 4-door station wagon, V-8, Sedan, one owner,

Boaters when paying their fees \ to fiaawag rekfeatialraal l 2-tone paint ................... low mileage .._"';.-' 9
will receive from the tax collector

a current,registration decal which BUILDERS'f \ .. C8_ WEst 1955 PONTIAC 1957 RAMBLER i ii
must be affixed to their boats __ 5395
either immediately preceding or rli_ I. Illes of TaP-L.-. 2-door hard top, radio, 245 i heater 4-door,station automatic wagon transmission radio,

Immediately, after the registration heater, automatic transmission .....,.., _: ...
number on the port, or left, side, ....._._........___.
Hodges said, / CWVENTWIIILLSMScawrmneft -
The State receives $2.50 of each 1958 CHEVROLET

registration fee for boats 12 feet HOME ..I UAKS 1959 1 FORD V-8, 4-door station wagon, 5495

or more In length. All other re- 6 cyl; 4-door, heater arid 845 radio, heater, automatic
venue from pleasure boat Tegistrartions ;:'. IIPLEX ". MlR.11-IIIT automatic transmission, one transmission
is returned to the counties on owner clean .. ......
the basis of the number of-,boatsregistered BESKNCEL9M3PHONE --C' 1956 CHEVROLET <
in each county' .
I The state's share over what is 1.BUYERS' f assarL MspswwJlTLa: <. 1 7ft CORYAIR .. 2-door, V-8, radio;, heater, $395
pftrepriated for administration of ', "- 945 automatic! transmission, 2-

(the law goes-into the land acqui.sitioa :..,.. i '. .. C..IICML IJM6 ';.- '.' .-: .'. .4-door, one owner ....___ tone paint ......................
fund of the Outdoor Recreation .
\ .
program : ... ,. f 1 1959 CHEVROLET
J 4 < .r 5945
:.. 495 2-door, 6 cyl; radio, heater,
Hard radio
"'I- .....,. 224-3161 r top coupe, ,
.. '. real
NAVE YOU ... J heater, automatic transmission sharp
; /ED IT nT!' _Gferm McOeMen or Walter DeMafly_ ................-_.... .


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Thursday, August 22, 96I
f ,'.. Mr and Mrs."John Took have By LOUISE C. SAPP _.
\ returned after vacationing in the PERSONALSMrs. -The Social Hall of the Sop- of Tallahassee isairnedhome

%'4 PRE-REGISTRATION4" : ; Smoky Mountains and also stoppedto Gail Stevens arrived in..choppy Methodist Church was the family for overnight with Mi** --
:: : visit with his sister. Mrs. Vir- Crawf ordville last Friday to spend setting of a bridal shower givenin Roberts Wedneeday, August 14.
in Ga., and a home before honor of Mrs. Elizabeth Rob-
._ 4" t ginia Pugh Tiger. two weeks at her MCR. Mae Raker spent a f.*
r' brother Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tookein returning to .Ohio to resume her erts Smith, Friday night, August dA1IgIater, .
j ain il iart with her
; Business Education Generaf Education Industrial Education 'Columbus Ga. work there. Mrs. Stevens spent 16, at 8:00 p.m. The color schemewas ..Irs. Hham Carter and fa ily.AtUndlag .

Dr. and Mrs. B. B. Bishop'of the summer touring in Europe. carried out in yellow and the annual ---
New Port Richey, formerly resi- :white. The bride's table
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keightleyand was covered
LIVELY TECHNICAL SCHOOL dents of our town visited friends Gregory and Mr. and Mrs. with a beautiful cutwork yellow of the Talqute Electric Cooperativewhich Ga
held at
last enroute to Mis- was
briefly week cloth while the
the weekendin refreshment
Wooten Smith spent in
r t County Livestock
sissippi. Nashville, Tennessee with Mrs.,table was covered with a white
Comer Duval. and Park AvenutTallahattft Miss Norma Jean Berry recently Keightley's daughter, Mrs. Bill linen cloth overlaid by yellow lace. Quincy Saturday August fad 18 Mw. -t
Beach.Leesburg Mrs. Delma Roberts, Mr.
.. took a trip to Daytona
Florida Marryman and family.C Arrangements of chrysanthemums Andon. **'- ,
and Ocala. innd; Delton Colvin, Mr. Herseh
Townsend, Jr. of Gainesville greenery were displayed
and J. S. Cogdill and L. Mr. and Mrs. Fulton Cohrin
Mr. Mrs. { t
S 1 tJ![DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES begin September 3. daughter Kay, spent a few daysin is visiting his parents. Mr.!throughout consisted the halL of miniature The bride's and daughter, }Mitzt Mr*. Opal
Townsend.Mr. corsage yellow
L. -
Cloudland Ga. and Mrs. L w-
the mountains at : Anderson and family, Larry
\ and Mrs. J. A. Rehwinkelof chrysanthemums. Hostesseswere .
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Green spent hon, Mr. and Mrs. Heddy Ftwfca

: : Pre-Registration: August 19 through 30 their Mississippi.vacation touring. in .Alabamaand .:Mr.Tallahassee C. L. Rehwinkel visited and his Mrs.brother Reh- Willie Mrs.Mae Talmage Porter. Crum Special i and guestof Mrs. and Mr. Wilmer..Kouse. '

: We are happy to have Mr. Jen-
the honoree
included the
E. Mack Jr.,' winkel last Sunday.
.... Mr. and Mrs. W.
1 -- I nings Rouse home again. He wa
, mother Mrs. Delma Rob
and children have returned to their 1 !'ts. Re-
'DAY CLASSES- i Mr. William R Porter of Mulberry released from the Tallahassee Memorial
home in Jacksonville after visiting I[ freshments of cake nuts, mints,
will visit his daughter, Mrs.S. .
Monday through Friday, 8:30 A.M. 3:30 P.M. -, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. I B. Forbes, Jr., and Mr. Forbes, and punch were served. Mrs. 18. Hospital Sunday, August
Mack Sr. Smith received many beautiful
.NIGHT CLASSES ''Sj. Mrs... Carl Work, sister-in-law; .;over Mrs. Mabel weekend.Feared is visiting (gifts. .. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Rodtlee-Tapir

Monday through Thursday 5:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M. : ,;.' Miss Ethel Work, sister; and!i i,I her son A. R. Pearce Jr., in Tal Mr. Ray Pigott was a social, berry Mssee and were son visitors, Stanley of their of
; 0 Misses Nancy Lee and Poseanne' lahassee. isitor in Sopchoppy recently. He parrents
Classes Held
From _
Night 7 P.M. Until 10 P.M. S >
Mr. and Mrs. Edison RodJea-
'0:. .' Work, neices of Mr. Lee Work Mr. R. E. Whaley and his it employed as agricultural teacher
BUSINESS COURSES: spent of their vacation! Oat his at the School berry and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edwards
'.---.i.. part brother Mr. Wilmer Whaley celebrated Chipley High in .
.--:. ; home here during, the past several their birthdays last Friday Chipley Florida. Ray, who is the Sunday, August 18. !
Clerical Bookkeeping and Accounting\ Visiting Mr Ruth Rowan aDd !
? M1 and Mrs. Clinton
l Secretarial days.Mr. .night with a dinner at the homeof con: o Pigott
Stenographic Secretarial Accounting S and Mrs. Samuel Championand R. E. Whajey. They surprised cf Med.:.x', is a 1959' graduate of daughter Dale is Mrs. Rowan's I

Children of Columbus, Ga.; Richard Whaley with a birthday Sopchoppy High School and \w<- grandson, Sidney Tully and We t
CnrIlm.nt may .. hr one *r afore subjects' if a complete court is not "..lirt4.o Mrs. Ethel Ray, Mr. and Mrs. cake and gifts on his eighth birth- graduated from the University of friend Freddie Pinner of Feet

James Ray and children' and Miss Georgia in Macon this year. Lauderdale, Fla. I

GENERAL EDUCATION FOR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA Darlene Moore ,of Jacksonville, day.Mr.. and Mrs. Cecil Wright and Mr. and Mrs. Bun Simmons have Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harm &*d
W" Ala., were recent visitors with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown
: returned home spent I
son Doug spent last weekend fit with their daughter,
,' r: *, General Education subjects such as English, Mathematics and Social ani Mi..s. George Joiner. Saturday in Quincy attending the t
.. Hillsborough State Park, near Mrs. Maggie Lee Klinge and
.. '
; Studies are taught on an individual basis, either for High School Credit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ougts, R.E.A. annual meeting.Mrs. .
visited their
Tampa. They son, family to Detroit Michigan.
;or as a review for the G.E.D. (General Education Development) examinationfor Pensacola and Mr. and Mrs. Watc'J J. P. Revell and Kenny
Bob who is stationed at McDill Air will spend several days there. Mrs. son
a high school diploma. This program is for adults only. ones,and children of Cadit Calif., Force Base. Klinger and 'daughter Janet have from Ocala spent last week with ;

; Are your employment opportunities limited because you do not have were the guest 'of- Mr. and -Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel spent been vacationing in Florida for her mother, Mrs! Jack Morris and f
last week.
a high school diploma? If so, contact the school and work out a plan by Wayman The Berry has last weekend in Tampa. the past few months. her mother-in-law Mrs Ruby Re- ;
St. Marks Barber Shop
.' which you can earn your high school diploma either by examination or by under Miss Anna Ruth Turner visitedin Miss Betty McKenzie of Holly. veil. S

i: *. enrolling in subjects leading to high school graduation. Credits -may ,also reopened is each new week managementand Monday Ruskin, Florida, last weekend.Mr. .I\\roorl, Florida, is visiting friends Mr. and Mrs. Noble "Snooty"

be earned in business educations subject. Day or Night. .... Tuesday open and Wednesday on from 12 and Mrs. Buell A. Strick: relatives in Sopchoppy. Smith and children visited the Rev. i

to 8 p.m. land and children of River Sink: Mr. Walt Dickson of Medart visited Richard Spragues this week. THy 4

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION COURSES: Mrs. Frankie Turner of Homcs- have moved to Orlando Fla. Mr., ; "in Sopchoppy on Saturday attended the Crawfordvilte Methodist ,i

sassa Springs and Mrs. Mary Strickland works with the Seaboard evening. Walt is attending Florida Church Sunday. They are
Aircraft Mechanics Electricity Railroad from Vallonia, Indiana where R.v.
Lindsey of New Orleans are visit- Stats University and is a 1962
. Aircraft Engine Mechanics > Electronics ing Mrs. Georgia Moore. Mrs. Kay Strickland, Kenny, graduate cf Sopchoppy. High Sprague had his first Methodist

Automobile Mechanics Gasoline Engine Mechanics : .' Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Blount are Kathy Ricky and Gene and Mrs. School. charge in 1954. r

Beauty Culture (Cosmetology) Practical l l Nursing vacationing in Tennessee: and have C. J. Rose spent last week i in Mr. and Mrs. Edwin- Barfield and Mr. end Mrs. Emmett Green :

Cabinet Drafting Making Radio and Television visited Chattanooga Nashville and Miami visiting the M. B. Linzy children, Kessel and Kay, have returned and family from Charleston; S.C.. 1 I

in the Smokey Mountains this family. On their return trip they home from Clearwater, and Mrs. Pearl Payne and itaigfi- i
; APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING week. stopped several ter from Groveland, Fla., spent a '
places. They spent Florida, where Mr. Barfield attended I
I. Electricity lit & 2nd Year) Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendonand one night in Port Charlotte with the F.E.A. Convention.Mr. few days last week with hie mother -
t f'
. Electricity ((3rd & 4th Year) < son Tommy of Starke were the Mr. and Mrs. Hall Robert Griffin Mrs. Elsie Roddenberry.Mr. .
'., Whaley former. was a
.' Plumbing (1st through 5th Year) weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. .J. residents of Wakulla County. Sopchoppy this week. and Mrs. Jimmy Burge had j

S. Cogdill. L I guests most of last week. Hh C
-Coach Sanders and have
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert family
;'::COST OF TRAINING: Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Gresham and Gowdy,I sister, Mrs. Jean Morrow and son
Duane Cook and Dusty, have just returned home from visiting rela- I
son of Mobile, Ala., are visitinghis
Johnnie, from Quincy and her sta
A monthly fee for supplies and materials. Students purchase their mother, Mrs. Lila Greshamand eturned from a camping trip in i tives in Alabama.We .
ter Mr. and Mrs. B.
own books. NO TUITION charged Florida'residents.. Lively Technical other relatives in this area. (he "Smokies," reporting a very are happy to have Mrs. ,
E. Pearson and from
School is a part of the Leon County Public School System. Mr. and Mrs. W.J., Roberts have enjoyable tmie. Prior to the trip' Wheelus back home in the Revella family I
folk visited them.
Virginia They
*# : '.' *' returned after a vacation and tour to the mountains Valda and Dusty cpartment. She is a teacher at 1
STUDENT LOAD: SCHOOL ACCREDITED BY: cf the Smoky Mountains'and points spent a week'at Mexico Beach. pchoppy J
of interest in Tennessee and North 1\3ts i Kathryn, Sherida, and Sunday.The .

. An'lndividual. 1 may enroll for one. or.-..more Florida State Department of Education >:' Carolina. Betty Lee Senders visited in Sop- Harry Kendall family left I
subjects t depending on his neep or desire.., Veterans Florida State Administration Board of Nursing Mr. Be.rd Spurgeon and three Methodist Church choppy Saturday. last week-end for their home ip ,

Federal Aeronautic Administration (formerly sons, Mr. Benny Spurgcn and Mr. Misses I.essieand Dora Pigott, Tampa. They have spent the pact
DIPLOMAS CAA) Bob and Ellis Spurgeon of Knox- i asses Karen and Rita Tully of three months in their summer J
i : Florida State Beard of Beauty Culture ScheduleThe home on the Sopchoppy river.
ville are enjoying some fishing Medart visited in Sopchoppy re

Subjects listed lead to HIGH SCHOOL BUS. INFORMATION: ADDITIONAL here and seeing friends. Crawfordville Methodist cently.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Louie PONT are

(INESS EDUCATION, or TRADE DIPLOMAS. e Church schedule of services is and Mrs. Bun Simmons, Mr. the proud parents of a baby girl.

telephoning Additional Information 222-8266, or may writing be obtained or visiting by follows*: The first and third Sun.as Charles Simmons and son, Mike Shellel Lynne Posey weighed 8

the school days of each month morning worship -"ir. and Mrs. Klinger and daughter pounds 11 ounces when she arrivedat
PRACTICAL NURSING: SERVICE: JOB PLACEMENT is held at 11 a.m.; Sunday Janet visited the Earl Tauntons the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr. School at 10 a.m. Evening service ;'t Panama City Sunday August! August 14.
Applications are now being accepted. Class 30 Technical School has 11. The graduating elass of 1967
for years Lively and Mrs. Donald Tucker announce S at 7:30 p.m. The second and'I .
begins September 9. served Leon County and the Big Bend Area the birth of a son, born I fourth Sundays morning service at Mr. and Mrs. Eddie! Earl 'Rob had a reunion at Otter Lake, Sat-i,
qualified trained employees. Monday morning August 19, at; 9:30 a.m. and Sunday School follows erts and daughters, Desi and urday August 17. Those present,':'

I the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital,, at 10:30 a.m. _No evening Dawn, of Tallahassee,_were visitorsin were Annette Roberts and son and

4-I named Joseph Clifford, weight service:! on the second and fourth Sopchoppy Friday night, Aug. daughter David, and Debbie; Eddie

S lbs. The Tuckers have ;Sundays.{ 16. While here, Mrs. Roberts attended Earl and Janine Roberts and

json, Donny. I the shower of her sister-in- daughters Desiree -and Dawn;
1 law Mrs. Wesley Smith. Noah and Mildred Peeey and

YOU TOO n I I Mr.. ._ and Mrs. Jerry Hodge and. daughter Sherie; Thomas and Je-
S sie Brown; Tillman and Marian

? ,. >.-. -C V .' : '< : : ;. Rudd and daughter Bonnie; and

: ..... Doug and Maj Strickland and I

OWE IT I TO ; .': ., daughters Kimberly and Kelly, and
YOUR .t .
{ T Maj's sister Carol' Becton. Everyone

had a very good time. It is
.'..i hr.pedthat more will attend the
J .... l
FAMILY TO SAVE I next one.

\ Doug Strickland left Sunday
morning for Army Reserve CamP

LEARN'BEAUTY in Columbus, Ga. Also attending
REGULARLY, FOR the same camp to George Ed.

Strickland and Ralph Pigott. The
S .
training will last two weeks.

THEIR I FUTURE :: Mrs. Mildred Allen took CarolBecton
and five or six other girls
.. .
: from the Panacea area to Panama
City last Saturday afternoon. They

rented a motel on the beach: for
two days. A good time WM reported -
by all.MEDART.
; :" .'. /

: ;, .-,.\{ <. .,it'ti. NEWS

: { .,. \ A, ,"'.. Visiting Mr. and
V ,?* for a. ,. :' ,. / ,' Mrs. John
?- kThere ;' Pigott, Jr. for the past two weeks
!'! t two it j'-' 41. .;".. 's., : are Mrs. Pigott's parents, Mr. and
'" ore no ways .. ... : you must save if for no < ,''! t
: '. ; # ."
I <'/ .. Mrs. Earl-Ives of Council Bluffs,
REWARDINGCAREER : //'A< E f.-- Iowa and her sister and family,

I JPftiwr reason than y odd're the .head .of a family or hope to Mr. and Mrs. RUM Lecnhardt and

.4f. ; daughter, Judy of Hastings, Ne
; ;
:l % be in the near future. A small amount tea low as $1) opens -' Y "i'' braska.and
'/ Mr. Mrs. Louie Posey are
"" --fJ the proud parent of a girl born

',' o' ,.,' mm aceount: add to it reaularfy, and watch it' grow KG. Beauty is the fourth largest business in the world. :..=,": : Wednesday, August 14. Name

.. Highly skilled cosmetologists and hair stylists are in con- ..'?, : Cheyl Lynn.
stant demand. Alice's Beauty College instructors are recognized "< :. .. :;:j.;: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tully and
thanks+ to Oiir high interest rates. Prepare for the future y. : experts in! cosmetology and hair styling. They will prepare you for "', -'rj' family, Mrs. Mary Updegraff. Mr.

I a financially rewarding and satisfying career in this great industry. -:o':* and Mrs Willard Carter and famIly -

new. Get the savings haa4t. here! Enroll camped 'out at SL Aadrewi
or Night Classes Now Being Formed. Today
( Day State Park the .
over weekend.Mr.
;i : :
.fi. .
__' -, 'i. \ .
-. ,
<:- and
-' The tuition is reasonable and deferred payments can be arranged. For complete and Mrs. Paul Pigott
..r.t information contact Alice Melton, telephone 224-6177 or write to sons visited Steve Pigett, Satur

}. ... .:.,,:1;,_ P.O. Box 1077.ALICE'S day.Mr..
and Mrs. Rose Langt>
: .
diflosee attended the R.E.A. Convention at
Quincy, last Saturday.

*.0. rtes 1077. 526 W. PcBsacttb St.. T.Ib1aassu, Fiords Mr. and Mrs. Dexter The and
sad Mail tMq-TM es obligatiea --'" family have moved to Tallahassee.

Fill...Nt....this....e"...'."............... .......................: We are sorry to loose this fine

:# sear Alice. : family from our eonuftonHy and
: Plato sed moo siren biforwation aboet. J" btaeety SOUrM : they will be greatly mIa.w.d.

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