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 29, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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'.. VOLUME 65-NUMBER 1 CRAWFORD{ ILL$ FLORIDA IThurday. Affgnt 29. INS T PrIce tOe Per Copy

v Lt Senator Tucker Is r r' Directors Named "'i I

I Glad To Be Hom l r tz For Co-Op

-? State' Senator Luther C. Tucker, The 1963 Annual Meeting of the

Mrs. Tucker, daughter Janice, and Talquin Electric Cooperative was ::I
i r son Stan returned Monday night ? # 1 t1 F held Saturday, August 17th at the ;1
i : ... IIi // I from a visit to Honolulu. s } Gadsden County Livestock Pa- !1!

:Note Off the.CuH. Senator, Tucker, who represents vilion. About 1800 members and 1i
the 5th District attended a national friend of the Cooperative cane t!
By ;keith"Lee' legislative conference with and enjoyed all the entertainment .. }

Bleachers have been installed at other Florida Legislators. He was + : tv # and fellowship of the meeting.! 1:

the new Livestock Pavilion and is sent to the meeting as a substitute The meeting was for the purpose :ll

almost ready for the dedication for, Senate President Wilson CarrawayA ,. ..E.Ei' of electing four directors for ]- 1
ceremonies that will take place at -- a two year term. Directors were :i

3:30 p.m. on Saturday, September Senator Tucker was a member of nominated and elected from districts -t i

7th Heard a fine report' from the Governmental Reorganization r s \ ..- } 2, 4, 6, and 8. From district ii

the two delegates to Boys State at Committee, County Government, t ... F t "'- ';i t 2, J. Wright Clark of Mt. Pleasant, .:>;F Fi 1!
Monday nights Jake Pigott Post, Finance and Taxation, and, Vice 7 Fla., was elected,' from Tftstriet i I
,. Legion meetin' held at Favierfs Chairman of Public Roads and 4 P. W. Shelfer, Jr. of Havana,
Lobster House both Spears and .from district 6 Gordon Pichard of
Highways, during the last sessionof ,, .
Henderson showed that their participation the Florida Legislature. He Tallahassee, Fla., and from district -
in Boys State had made said that the conference in Honolulu i '' 4 8 Daniel Stoutamire of Hos-

its impression 'on them. Pro was very helpful, and that ford, Fla. Other business included !.
ably the nicest wedding of the season -!many facets of government were : the President's report Treasurers
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was the Janet Ross-Murray;discussed.: : ;* report and Managers report.At .

McLaughlin, last Sunday at Craw. ,I He said, "My participation inthis 4:00 the early arriving ,

t fordville. .. Nancy Strickland: conference has certainly y. ;members were entertained by.. a -j ji
\ was chosen to represent the Wt C. broadened my understanding of i musical group, the Big Bend Banjo -

division in the bid. for the Unltedi I Florida's problems as well as get' I Pickers. At 4:30 an Amateur
Fund Drive Queen of the Florida rcing .an insight of theproblems s Talent Contest began and 15 ]

Industrial Commission. .. Post that confront..other states. "It contestants from four counties;i I''
Commander" Jack Redfern ;and was, ,an enjoyable trip but I am i 'r "' a I t.o competed for cash prizes. The' 11
Legionnaires discussed f Americanism. ; first place was Stephen Foster :,
an ;
glad to be back home and among .
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program for the coming my friends of the 5th District". from Liberty County "I
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solo. The Talquin
school term. Two secretarieswere gan
"Jackie and Wayne I
k Tappers
discussing their troubles during FrY
SCCA Strickland" of Wakulla County .
their coffee bread. "All I
and Florence I
won place
; asked him" said one, "was, do you k
Trophy: Race Ann Love of Liberty County won
want the carbon copy ,double- I
; DAYTONA BEACH FLA 1' third place. \\I
spaced toot ; Notice that there
t. battle : Cash prizes of"$100.00. 5&0G E I
will be no milk for the school The for the. Paul Whiteman -

t lunches.. least for awhile, wonder Challenge Trophy rate in the annual .. : .th': i and $25.00 respectively* .were* .: ]I
SCCA two-day championshipmeet awarded. .
what the word collusion means .. ;
ti:"' Dave Drew WCNH Radio Station -
InternationalS ,
at Daytona c.
Summers last It
long weekend .
;' : announced for the
ay on August 31 and Sep- -_ U t Manager
comes up starting Friday let's all ,
be careful so that we win live, to tember 1, is' going' bring together tJ ,, 0' ; ,.". show.The. >;
of the fastest sports cars l.-tt Business Meeting began at
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enjoy the cool days ahead 2 '
in America. ,. 8:00 with Mr. Adrian C. Fletcher, j
Talking with Coach Mathis about Ed. Cantrell of St. Petersburg, A FAMILY GET-TOGETHER in Honolulu, Senator Lather Tucker left Mrs Tucker. Janice Tucker Stan Tucker; Mr. aDd Mrs KooectYieira Cooperative President presiding.
n' football seems that there has been Fla., will send out a Chapparal, of Honolulu_ and__ daughter_ Barbara Kejai (who was Miss_ Hawaii of 1956 and sister, of Mrs. Kit Tucker), children Mike and Misty, KelaL At the close of the meeting door
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,., a little ,schedule trouble caused by r -
a GTO Ferrari, and a twin.cam; prizes were awarded to lucky
overslte by Coach Red Sanders, Lotus 23. They will lie handled, :Fuqua Announces Students Report j Mail i Will Be MovedIn Protect Children- members, The',first "prize 'of a
understand that they both have out by himself, his brother, Bill' and General Electric food freezer was
the crying towel. Yesterday Charlie Kolb. In any sports car Public Works Funds On Boys State Case of Strike 'Back to School'It awarded to Wilmer Whaley of

", was picture day at the Seminoles race that is a formidable team. Congressman Don Fuqua announced Postmaster Hendrickson will be "Back to School" for Wakulla County. Other prizes in-
camp will have some-,to show the. The Cantrell team, will have today that he has been Gary Spears of nounced an- the majority of the .children of eluded Frigidaire automatic washer -
sports fans in a few days. rough opposition. advised by the Department of and Jimmy Henderson of Sop- today that planes, trucks Florida the first week In Septem G.' E. portable television set,
-. Heard .that C L. Townsend Jr. It will have to beat last year's ,Agriculture that $90,000 of Accel- choppy reported to the American and buses will be pressed into service her. ,- ';,0: ,.:,. Sunbeam electric lawn mower,
: Monday night about their to move air and first-class mail
was in the Teeneessee mountains winner of the event, Graham erated Public Works funds has Legion Whether it's "Back to School"or fry pan, coffee makers, clocks
to its
.:' a courtin,last weekend. Does Shaw in Lister-Ford .which he been allocated to the Apalachicola term at Boys State. destination and to move starting school for 'the first irons and other electrical gifts.
--- Henderson, chosen other classes of mail within roughly
11, anybody have a fish net to sell, says packs 8000cc's and 550 horse- National Forest for the develop- Spears'and time, parents should assume the These gifts were donated by suppliers -
man in Tally wants to from their schools as delegates, a 15-mile radius of Crawford dealers including .
buy one. power. |ment of forest resources and construction responsibility of teaching and and appliance '
Hats of fthis week to the "If the other cars can't come of facilities. stand high in leadership and vile, Fla. in the event of a nation stressing Safety before the childstarts Anderson- Electric Corporation -

G. W. Tully'a who celebrated a close to 200 miles per hour down CongressmanFuqua said that scholastic achievement. Both boysare wide rail strike. to school. It's too late afteran C. C. Corbin Hardware,

wedding anniversary on Tuesday the: straights they won't even be it was his understanding that fund seniors this year. However, Postmaster Hendrick- accident. JoelynV Manufacturing Company,

.... (night. Have you heard the'story close to me," says Shaw. "I ba.vei would include construction of addi- Henderson served as a memberof son noted that he has" received Children should be taught to Graybar Electric Supply Com-
about the well drilling in a bomb, and it is ready,explode tional recreational facilities, roads, the House of Rep and stated instructions not to accept mailings |oh/ey/ .traffic laws; be shown and pany, Southwire Company, General -
Sopchoppy, sounda,Uke a deep deep at Daytona. trails, and buildings. that be had the privilege Intro- other than first-class, airmail and instructed to take the neareet and Electric Supply Company,

well. .. We hear that they are John (Buck) Fulp is among the Funds for carrying out the activities ducing and passing a bill through air parcel post which are destined Safest i route to and front school; General Electric Company, Gen-
drilling for oil in the area around high-powered car owners who will [ on the Apalachicola National- both the House and Senate. for points beyond the second parcel and to cross intersections, eral Electric Company Large

Wakulla, no gushers in yet. 'oppose. He will go to the line.for Forest are part of the special allocation The boys were housed and fed : post. delivery zone which ex- where there is a traffic light, Lamp Division, Escambia Treating i
Sign of progress-air condition at the Whiteman Cup in a Ferrari 'oT of Acceler-: at Florida State University. They !tends generally about 150 miles when possible. Jf[ the child rides: Co., General Engineering Company "
the Crawfordvfllft Woman's Club. Dino. And it.is ''likely that 'Bob ated Public$20,255,000 reported that they wen active in ,from Crawfordville, for the duration -a bicycle parents should be sure Raybro Electric Supplies, I
Works, funds I
Kingham, who ran second to to the the 'winning campaign and electionof of the rail strike if it occurs. Tire Co&n- I
Let's work for a better and. Forest Service U.S. he knows and practices. "Safe Riding Union Supply, Capital
bigger Wakulla County. Shaw last ytar, will be on hand Department.ofgrl Tom Williams of Tallahasseeas "We are prepared to handle any Habits." : pail, Stewart-Young, and Danley
ulnu-e The total allocation
with a MaseratiChevy.The Boys State Governor. letter or parcel addressed to anypoint For the fiat 7 months of .thia Furniture Company and Talcum
entry list for the Whiteman|has been divided among 64 National Henderson and Spears said that provided first class or airmail year 132.children: 16 years of age Electric Cooperative.
Policy For Year Challenge Trophy promises a duel Forests located in 30 States it was one of'the finest and most postage is paid on the item," and under have been killed by Interesting appliance exhibits

L of the highest order. !and Puerto Rico. educational weeks of their lives. Postmaster, Hendrickson said. motor vehicle* throughout were put on by appliance dealers .
Stressed at Meet There will be four races: xm Saturday -! "The APW projects In the Apalachicola .
The Jake Pigott Post of the But he cautioned that service Florida. Many more were injured. from Quincy and Tallahassee. ,
GAINESVILLE, Aug. Policy August 31, and five on. National Forest last fiscal American Legion and the Wakulla will be temporarily suspended on This number includes children Talquin Electric Cooperative displayed

development for the coming year Sunday. The nine races include year have helped stabilise the County Chamber of Commerce second class magazines and news- struck by ears or trucks as passengers electric space heaters and | "
will be stressed at a series of district all class 4s, including the openingrace local economy," Congressman Fuqua sponsored the two bo7LForestS.rvice papers, third-class matter andfourthclass in automobiles and buses, security lights. ,,
meetings scheduled by the of Saturday, August 31 for added. They have provided parcel post packages !and bicycle and motor scooter Supper was sold to members by
Florida Farm Bureau Federato' Formula Vees. These little fellows useful work for the unemployed addressed to points beyond the :deaths. The largest number were the Gadsden County Council of

The first three 'meetings are are ,capable of better than and under-employed in labor sur- To second parcel post zone extendin struck by motor behides in font Home Demonstration &.

scheduled for Crestyiew Quincy 100 MPH on the twisting infield plus areas and have resulted in extensive 150 miles from the point of mailing or near their homes. Entertainment. during the supper -

and Lake City on< fitember 4, 5, course improvements in the forest.I Rebuild Road 350 as part of the national post The Florida Safety Council urges time was furnished by Jim ,
All nine races. thanks to the believe the work-planend for the drivers to cautionwhen
and 6. The u.s. Forest Service plans office contingency plan for oper- use and Jesse and the Virginia Boys.
T K. McClane, Jr., executive entries promise a-close battle. next six months will:be equally to start construction work around ating under a ran strike. emer-!driving near schools especially The meeting adjourned, at
vice president has announced the The two-day meet shapes up asa helpful to the nearby communi- the first week October on Forest gency. when school opens in the morn about 9:00 pan. -.-,
dicing, fighting, scrapping battle ties" I ings and at dismJMal; time. Protest -
meetings beginning at 1 pan, will Service toad 350, located on the Postmaster Hendrickson advised
between big moderate, ,and The Forest Seniee'will direct our future dtbea.a.Woman's .
held in Burkett's Restaurant! that
be Wakulla Ranger District, Apalachicola any emergeneahip- .-
Crestview; Gadsdea County FarmBureau small sports cars. supervision the project work National Forest, according ments, such as medicine or badly I Legion To Raise ,

Building, Quincy; and the I:which was aifontd' bY the Area- I to District Raster Richard J. Bonyata. needed spare parts should be sent!
National, Guard Armory, Lake :Redevelopment Administration of first class or airmail during thestrike ClubMeeting Flag At Ceremony ..

4th Annual I, Feeder I the United States Department of The work Win begin at Pope if it occurs, and if the The Jake Pflcuott Post of the
CHy.Farm Bureau members from ,Safe 'I Commerce coordinator-! the entire Still Lookout Tower and continue shipment demands delivery beyond Sept. American Legion will be in charge 4
throughout the North and West .a APW Program. north to Forest Service Road 909.:; the 150 mile limit. Perishable; The regular monthly meeting of of the Flag Raising Ceremony at,} '

Florida area will attend these Gilbert Uowdy, president of taej It- will consist of widening the items -such as baby chicks and the CrawfordvflU Woman' Club j the Wakulla Livestock PaviJHon'

,meeting All counties in the West Florida Cattlemen's "Association present road right-of-way to sixty honeybees should not be mailed for! will be held Tuesday night at' 8 ;i dedication on Saturday, September j,,

state ,are engaged in drawing up urges all Wakulla Countycattlemen Birthday Party. feet, rating the grade to present the duration of the strike if it o'clock. The program is in charge., *T. '
resolutions which will .lp used todetermine to start selecting calves To Be Labor standards and sloping and grass oasnrs, he recommended. of the educational Department, Member of the Color Guard wflJ!
FFBI's policy for 1964. for the ..ih Annual Ceeder Calf Day :, the shoulders.. Mailings of items covered by Mrs. Estelle Taff chairman.All be: Bernard Wilson, James Taylor -

Final adoption of Farm Bureau Sale to be held Friday, September the annual birthday celebration, The wooden bridge that BOW the temporary and limited service members are urged to .be. Hardy Bevel Green Metcalf,
policies will take place at the an- IS, in Blountstown: This sale is honoring Mrs. Florida Whaley and spans Lost Creak will be replacedby suspension if deposited at post! present as this will be a very inter Leon Crum, George Crum, and I

marl state convention at Panama sponsored. each, year by the West Mrs. Lou Garraway, jointly, will be a inodern.conerete bridge some offices immediately prior to the eating and informative meeting. {Walter Tully, bugler.

CKy daring November. Florida Cattlemen's' Association. held at Otter Lake on Labor Day; Lime in July or August of 1964. strike will be made at the risk of I il I '

Featured es the afternoon programs For further information contact Sept. 2.Relatives. Alsojtwo concrete culverts will be the mailei'T&e Department cannot .1 s. ante F .r.1.. __ h
wiH be legislative reports Gilbert Gowdy' or County.. Agent and friends of the built to further aid in the drainage guarantee early delivery ofperishable : .
by McClane and FFBF President L D. Taylro. honorees gather at this annual of_ this road according to items and .other than Mrs. Janie Forbes, 83, died last '

E. H. FteeJfaea, .discussion of celebration and bring their.backetsof Forest Engineer Tom Fesfiey. first-class and airmail parcels letters Sunday, August 25 in Lake City. Schedule .
preaidsatV recommendaTU good food "Hail fellow and other matter if they Surviving are two daughters, Mrs
county .. and happy Upon the completion of the are Tb. Crawfordvflle Methodist,
eon expanded servt J.C/s Sponsor well met smiles and handishakes. bridge aDd two culverts It will 'n transit at the time of the striker Christine. Taylor Brooklyn, N.Y.; arch schedule of services is ks| ;

fee program and other items ofislerest ; .. .This, is just good old make the second sew concrete: within the post office of acceptance Mrs.T. L.Vaaldentine, Lake City; 'oUows: The first and third Saa |
FarmBureau IDanceSept.7 i at the time \\'M: brother T. P..Bareo, Lawrence
Florida's 33,000 the ,
to fashioned fellowship with relatives strike -
aDd fourth
: brie* concrete culvert [days of each month, morning
'members. j The J.ds witt sponsor dance and friend aad 'a hearty! kilt commences. In4.; six grandchfldren and three SeaW
to heirs been on the Wakaga ship Is held at 11 s.m.;
,'A second_ .series. of three meet- at the. CrawfordviBe Woman'sClub welcome is extended to aH those, I: Banger District ja the past two Postmaster Hendrickson notedthat great-grandchildren. Funeral services School at 10 ajn. Evening terrier
legs ,! ,for CaDaIltfolet, Sept: 7, at o'clock.. Music who would like to enjoy the day. years. '1'H'"*concrete,bridge Ocala and Crestview are were held Wednesday and at 7:30 pun. the second and
'Wa lHiU sad Tavares 'later- in wffl be furnUhe by the Larry with.. Uxm.d' I sad two culverts are located OBI among the cities within the 150mile burial was in Crawf ordvffle. fourth Sundays morning service at

,..."r1Nr., : White Combo. Couples. only, f& 0. -- .- -- I Forest Hi awj IS. zone -of Crawfordrtn which :30.a m. aid.Sunday School farlows'at -
: This' dance wffl take place feSowttac !twill continue to get full inai1 four-
serr- "High noon means a ,
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',. the dedication ceremefiJes ofhfecnew A total of $97.6 billion has ice from this',
i" ." surplus we ought poet office, if and martini luncbJ Fred W. sect "and fourth
to sell to' tervfe the
,.. :were among the Uve Stock. PavBHea. The been provided by tie U. S. to l the Communists-Red tape." when toe strike,occurs. Grown Edgewater (N.J.) Sundays.on' Ii i

..... ia' aaete&t Olympic 'UrobtJc to Invited to attend. h help 1946. foreign nations since -Ron L. Cotsaaa, Grove City .. Bergen Citizen. i :

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i DRY CLEANING PLANT old., Geable.Idoa1 CKflrfran'*'Pet t nngtr ,

Equipment and BaHdon*. Ll' Jq.Call WA 63861.MfKK'SUCENSE ; F cash. ,.
WAKULLA : quarters in rear. Modern equip !
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w'i Edward N. Warner Deceased. Yep Del.....
i Virginia Kefchtley ', / =- Editor. To Alt' Croditoro In Profcato.an t Persona Having BiKtn AMMinicv s t rlVI ffDees s
Claims OP Demands Against Said The Stat..5
Ena..; Mrs
JTou' and each of you are hereby
npofled and required, to present any '
claims and demands which you. or Ton are
Entered at Crawfordville e. Florida ei ter of you' may, have against the Barber SJrtfrp'BOYS : Qiroree haa
estate of Edward H. Warner. deceased. ha the : 9c
,as second class matter. Subscription Judreof lat* of WakuarSunry. FtorSTit "ma Sotadi MoBroe-' ", GrwBe.Florida. aad la
\ I us office in the court house of said file with
rate: $3.00 per year. ; qty at CrawiordvlHe. Florida with- HADtCOTS] $1." roar written
I calendar months from the time to one a
Two of hte copies first. of pubUcaUon each claim of this or demand notice. .Open 6 days a,week, FridaY". Attorney ScptcmtMT.OB
i shall be in writing,.and chaB state the or u.. Bill
F Place of.residence and post office ad- !Til8 .. '
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If You Need. .' dress of the claimant and shall' be F .. WIt_
sworn to bjr the claimant.Ida agent or to Jadce- of .
attorney and accompanied by a fffinx' Fear asierbarbe thereof, at
Office Supplies fee of one dollar aDd such claim or demand Florida, this
.. Business Machines not ao filed theE be void. Berreyeu. .. IMS. !
H. K. Oardy . Georp L. '
Office Furniture, As dmmistrator -
of the Estate
of As executor of the Last Win DEE COOK.OwnerCLASSIFIED Attorney at '
See or faU and Testament of .
Edward JC. Warner deceased

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319 South Adams St., operate; retail Watkins Route' in Jersey calves,"priced reason I I ..
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FLORIDA $l00.00t.to $150.00 easy rom .the RL 6, Box 145-H,. Tallahassee The

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Help W
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WakaBa County schools opeaedj Veterans T >: .. j.
of W
bBa County who .jiahassee -:
j Monday for the 19ee-64- school Deed"assiitance la obtaining hens 4 -

1 year: ; fitter the GI KH.may recede YOU TOO

I Complete bus schedule routes wen Tuesday IBoperation guidance from JIm'Weant.'Au Flowers St-Candy Inc.J:\; :. ,
and on : ant State Scnrice Officer. .....a
moraine the students altead- Weaat will visit this .
area next
their first full day 'of dae.' week for the purpose of hdping; .,COMPLEtE:' : FLORIST SERVICE IT
Parenta Eometiaae*feel>at they veterans or their 3ependeata In OWE TO YOUR -
I after children become
t are unimportant ,filing claims ,for Compensation
of school ace and start their Benefits ;-f
or .
solving their insurance
way toward formal education. problems. This free service In- ,' Formerly Tillman's FAMILY TO SAVE
ten guldanct
Following are eludes assistance to
employers of
points that if used by parents wBi veterans under the .,:-' 105JEAST.. JEFFERSON, STREET
the ehSd and GI Bill, Voca .' 5- -..*._* seta;,.
do much in helping tional Training, Subsistence -h : -sfr ,
also give the parent a seaac of well: I ,other problems. ;" .; fa,e.-.,' J .
being. IleaolTed aa a.parent I: During his visit in this area .. '. ",. .-
Wfli show how much I approve ': '
(1) Weant may be contacted at the following ,. ;
.of education by beIng #-: : .THEIR FUTURE !
interested in what ray child ia the date places.peeifi at .the Crawfordvffle time and on, PW ONE 224-5023. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.:) ,

J I' doing 'at school. I will try Pfeott's' Store 3:00, 5 Sept. 1963. or WA 6-33pl CRAWFORD VILLEWHOLESALE I .
to provide a home atmosphere
that makes the process. of

learning and growing_ easier.
(2) -Wfll try every day to discuss .
with him his alma and IUC- '
tosses so be will feel secure

.. in my love, interest and approvaL '
(3) Will encourage my child, toward
a well rounded life, a
good way of life. There ore. no two Ylrp.about it: you must save if for no

(4)) Will help my child meet any OK USED 'CARS '
1 .--situatioa that he fears. I other reason then you're the head of a family or hope to
I know that planning action re. S ALL. PRICES REDUCED
daces jitters and'this,knowledge .
lessens his anxiety. .I be I h the near fvtiire. A small amount (as low as $1) opens
1959 FORD Courier 2- 1
i ; $ 1957 FORD VSt"'oa
; know' that I must allow for door:with straitht stick 'j15 4-4oor with automatic
1 occasional failure withou and ....., .,_._._... transmission, radio, 1M $1 95
.4 embarrassing him 1960 FOlD v.a Tudor h.l..r ......................... ..s account add to it regularly and watch it grow BIG,
,....a; Itrlitht shift, $1'5' 1954 MERCURY 2-deer .
( ((5).) Will help my child develop radio, heater .. .... ..N.- H d to 'automatic $ '
a r p; thanks to interest rates. for the future : .
I interest in new school sub 1962' FORD V-I 4-4oor, t'IMllliniO", r a d l 0, t 55 oar high Prepare : ..::
jecta. I know that if you pay heater, IIdoIutIc tr...... $1 395 heater .......-.......:--. ... ,-- '
attention to a subject that .....;..., power teenq.. r 1961 CHEVROLET 1.lair ... new. Get the savings hab.It .here! d' '1
you are bound to get interested Actually below wh. at 4-door, v-a, powerglido -.. ;
in it, and 111 eneoura 1958 PLYMOUTH-pass. trarumiuloa, h.I to", $1 j 330. t ..... .. ,,t'< -,:..-.i, .
wsw tires and <
ton. ..
forth efforts to o.er v.a.statioa wag- $ ... ,' ':r' :: p
him to put .. 25 p.. .. _.___.._. < ;<<<
radio, hater, auto-
he .
learn as must as can as asatis t'a..iuJo. US9 PLYMOUTH v-a
I quickly as he can. i -? Suburbaa 4-door Itlt I oa196q $5 ",
.(6)) Will watch for and encourageany N CORV AIR 700, 4. $1.A,. wagon, radio, hater, O
special talents my child doer! ,,.clle,hater._. OllV" automatic' traM..uloll .
,. 1958'FORD V", 2-doer. .
has, whether in music athletics hater, automatic
t other 1961 COMET 4-door .i.. $550 -
and subjects. 945' transmt eslon, a I
1( (7) Will take time to listen to my daa.with, h.Iter sharp ear ..._._.......

TI child so that he may get practice -\ '. ",37' FORD V-8, 2-door, $275 -
{ 1960 FALCON 4-4oor, rah $ 'L i1-ft -4jI 4'
in forming and stating UO rlello, heats, real buY I'''
... aid .attr ........._ t: ,
ideas. This is
r his own one 1951 1lUICR'4-door; pa.195t .
job I know schols 'are too FORD pickup truck, dio, heater, automatic $j J5 FLORIDA'S OLDEST BANK
# crowded to do. ...__ $595 traftSmlll'OJl' 0 W 0 r .
(8) Will teach my child to maker good worker sroeria' _.........p............. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. r

planning a habit, I know that; 1961 CORVAII pick 'u, $9J5 1958 CHEVROLET_ 4"deorsbtioe $J75'truck. .. .t. :' 't
t long range planning is an Special hay .1._ with ...brNNNN"0. .H'I..N.NN 1 J '"
extension of establishing .' *
: goals for each days: study. LOT NO. 1 Wholesale LOT NO. 2 Wholesale -

i:, 19)) Will expect.my child to picture 327 No.Adams Prices 'J 1414 So. Monroe Prices : -' 4.L; :;jt!
himself as a successful, .

l!. .re.ponalble.person.honest, and. upright BofhLois Open'Till.1 0 p1m. FOr Your ConvenIence H 'Z1.. -' '. Therightnew .. }.,;" : ""f.7'L... r .

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(10) Will encourage my child 'to # :" ? ,

: dohis best and,will measure .......- ;. .. &.. ,
i. his success/in terms of Pro g- ALFORDCHEVROLET- .
.' .ress rather than in perfect

} (11) tion.Will give my child kind, firm .' cola forth e :
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I, .discipline. I know that children I -.
are happy and secure ;; RS
1: only when they are consistently -

controlled and guided.By . .
the following of these resolutions -
\ help to your child and SPECIAL I '
t 'assistance to your child's teachers -,: whole

: achie.ed.f. in. the .school program 'will be \ I family- .

The: better educated our younger : S
f. {generation becomes the better ANNOUNCEMENTTo -: J
place we will have to live and the
better opportunity your children : :
II. wil lhave to make their place in To The Of : ,/ONlY I CALORIE PER SERVING |.

the world one-In which we will all "'"

r: Northwest Florida Your 1949 Refunds ;
, Patronage /NO EXTRA COST ;,J' .
: PANAMA CITY-..-Persons fishing i. _

.:." I Merritts. Mm Pond at Mari-
Will Be Hade This 'Year
.', anna or Lake Seminole at Chattahpochee =L
in 'northwest Florida 1;
: should note that special bag limitsare _
now in effect for these bodies $105/200,00 in refunds have' already been. made -

of water,according to John Brown, -. :
to hairs of deceased members. 11 .
acting regional in Panama :
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City. ., ',;'. ,.. : .. .,
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" At the annual regulations meeting : NOW' I

t... of the Florida Game and Fresh '

f. Water tn Fish July Commission the following at special Tallahassee The first :general refund of approximately : .

i'' both daily lakes bag limits: were approved for $29,000.00 will be paid to living members i

". Black Baas (any species), 15; who had active accounts in 1949.Anyone .
Bream (Bluegill,SheDcracker.;Redbreast -
t ,. Bock Baas, and any other who had an active account '. "
{f species of panfish), 60; Crappie, ,

, ,or Speckled Perch, 40;.Pickerel, or &ot_. in 1949 and is not a. member .: a .:
Jack (any species). 15. i
'. now should contact the Cooperative
"The change ia the daily bream -

limit from 70 to GO per-fisherman and know their ,
_. is the most notable- difference in let us diet-ri.te.t:
the new regulations', said Brown current address. ;
I: "aside:from .the official inclusionof

l' Merritts MM P aL" ,
These refunds represent margin on
Additional cI&Ibhac limits fox your pay cola.

1 lees famiHar species of flab such]; :meats you mode during the year 1949 end is .: :
as Yellow Perch. Walleye Pike
and.Wake and Yellow Bass-will be' in Accordance with the principle of operation

included on the printed fishing .
t r regulations which soon will be of a non-profit cooperative .organizattofi* ,

I; available, from the Game aDd JL Product of Royal Csoga Col Co..
( K Fresh.Water Fish Commission and This is one of the many advantages of .usingflgmeleee ,
from the .otteea' < all cons bi *

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4 t t1T1nl SOPCHOPPY NEWS CRAWFORDVILLE RussMcLaughlinSolemnized -". r

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PANACEA NEWS The Sopchoppy High School PERSONALS Wedding k

opened Monday,- August 26, with Mr. aDd Mrs. L. D. Taylor bias
87 EVA COSPERTh the meeting of new teachers aad their guests ,last weekend, Mf.Taylor's .
.Mae Johnson are home Miss Janet Suzanne Russ became -
the welcoming of old ones back. sister and family from
from a sic trip through the state. The senior class elected officers Gainesville. Florida, Mr. and Mrs. the bride of ,Murray Monroe

Shirley Aim had as her guest for the coming school term. They George A. McDavid and children, McLaughlin in a doublering'eere-

Jeanie Vsttstfc4 Shirley went on are u follows:' President, Mark Marylyn and Chip.! mony Sunday, August 25th, at }

another trip ,to JacksonTille" this Roddeaberry; Vice President, Mrs. Alvfc h ague is recuperating 4 pan, in the First Baptist Churchof

week. George Eddie Crum; Secretary, at home after being a patientfor CrawfordvOle. Reverend S. A.
Earl Vanse and family and Mrs Jim- Coxwell officiated with the wedding
Sherida Sanders; Treasurer, a week in the Tallahassee w
V UN', mother, Mrs. Wilson, went my Henderson; Student Council Memorial HospitaL prayer being given .by Mr.

on a trip to Blakely,for the,week Representative; Judy Chason. Mrs. Mrs. Harold Smith and daughter, Carleton Tucker. A large fan-

end. Patricia Johnson is the homeroom Betsy- and Lisa spent last week shaped arrangement of gladioli
Herman E. Schmidt of Metropolis teacher for the senior class. at New Smyrna Beach. They also pompoms button :and fugi chrysanthemums -

,Illinois is visiting his parent, Sidney Tully and his.'friend. visited the Robert; Jackson in backed by fourteen:
Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Schmidt. Freddie Pinner have returned to Ocala and relatives ia DeLand. burning white tapers and short-

Mr. and 'Mrs. Fred Kemp and their home in Fort Myers after Bob Porter arrived last Friday leaf pine boughs, formed a beautiful
Mr.. and Mrs D. ,Fitch and two for background ,for the
spending several days with Sid- a visit with his parents, ceremony.
sons from Mableton, Ga., are staying ney's grandmother, Mrs. Ruth Mr. and .Mrs. A. L. Porter. He White seven-branched candelabraand

at the Panacea Courts whileon Rowan. She and her daughter left by plane, Sunday morning, trees of .emerald fern flanked r\
,a risit here. Mrs.. Fitch is Dale accompanied them on their for Portland Oregon on business. each side of the rostrum. A small

[(the daughter of Mr. and Mr*. trip. They returned home Monday Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Taylor of antique candelabra, holding three 4. _

I'Kemp. August 26. Bradenton, Florida, parents of Mr. candles, was placed back of the
Mr ,and Mrs. 'Grady Thompsonof We are sorry to have Rev. and L. D. Taylor will arrive In Craw- prie-dieu on which the bride and

Mableton, Ga. are visiting the Mrs. Ted Rodda and family leave fordville Friday to spend the Labor groom>> knelt for the closing prayer. r1sRz

N. D. Witts. the First Baptist Church. Bro. Day Weekend with their son and These candles were used in the
Mr. and Mrs. Guy 0. Guest of Rodda resigned Sunday August 25, fly ceremony. The;family pews weremarked

Atlanta, Ga., are on,a' visit )e" to move to South Florida to re: Mrs. C. D. Peak is a patient with small sprays of gladioli -
Hope that they will soon be permanent same pastoring 'there. in the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital pompoms and trailing. ivy with

residents. nq'are at thePanacea Mrs. Leah Reynolds has been where she underwent surgery .satin bows. .

Courts. admitted to the Tallahassee Memorial last week. The bride wore a floor length

Mrs. Barton's brother, James Hospital. We tope she has Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tucker gown of imported clipped chan-

Lewis and family of Bridgton, N.Y. a speedy recovery. returned home last weekend,'after tilly lace over taffeta.: The basque

are visiting with her. Miss Jo Ann'Greene of Jacksonville spending a week in Atlanta visitIng bodice was entirely of lace with a

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Land, she was a week-end visitor of their daughter and family Dr. self-scalloped neckline appliqued 4
is Mrs. Barton's sister, of Columbus Miss Luell Gray. 'and Mrs. W. W. Moore. with irridescent sequins; the

Ga., are here with- her for a Mrs. Callie Colvin bas returned Mrs. A. R. Russ was called to sleeves were long, tapered at the

week's visit. home from the Tallahassee Memorial Jerison, Ala., Monday to be with wrists; the bouffant skirt was de- :

Mrs. Long has as her guests her .Hospital. She is recovering her sister, Mrs. laura Glass, who signed with an overlay: of lace over
twobrothers and their families. from is double-tiered ruffles of jtulle and r r i
nicely an appendectomy open seriously ill in the hospital at
They are Mr. and Mrs. James H. ation. Claxton, Ala. lace. The overlay. was picked up

Medley of Chattanooga Tennessee Levon Taylor. son of Mr. Ira Mrs. Homer, Limbaugh and in front with self-fabric sculptured

and Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Taylor. is home on leave after Larry and,Gary den have returned sons roses. Her double tiered

Medley, also of Chattanooga, Tenn. finishing his basic training at Fort after a two months vacation. They crown was of lace, edged with

While visiting her they are staying Gordon, Ga. He is in the AirBorne visited, in Hot Springs, Ark pearls, apliqued with sequins; with

at Wilson Beach Cot =es. Division of the U.S. Army Weatherford, Teas and New Or bouffant English illusion veiling.
Mrs. Joyce Cardenas, the daughter and in being transferred to Fort leans. She carried a cascade bouquet of

of Mr. and Mrs. Long, has returned Bliss, Texas, where he will attend Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Russ had as bride's roses and Brassovola No- J :

from London, England and flight school. He is ''a 1963 graduate their guests over the weekend Mrs. dcsa orchids;:! crested with a purcthroated ,; :
is staying with her parents before of School. Russ' four : Cattelaya. orchid interspersed .
Sopchoppy High sisters, Mrs. E. E. Park- &
returning with her children to Wilson McCallister .j with white net and _
Johnny r'jemison\Ala.\ Mrs. C. C. Prit- .
their home in Lai Vegas, 'N e ada. Stribling, and Steve Ross were chuff Jr. an loon Cren, Thomaston, white satin ribbon.

Kathleen Child and Mrs. Hodge social visitors: in Sop hoppy, Sunday Ala., Mrs. Ernest Dunn Linden, Her attendants wore identical

an operating the Ochlockonee evening. Johnny and Steve,Ala., Mrs. W. K. Henry, Mr. Henry dresses of silk champeauthemaid

Restaurant. are home on leave and are serving,and children, Montgomery Ala. of honor and jr. bridesmaidin
The First Baptist Church herein with the Armed Forces.: ''her!! father, Mr. Robert A. Alvis; cello and the bridesmaids in
Mrs. Murray
Panacea has u their new We to hear of the Sr. Linden pink) designed 'with modified belli
are sorry :: Ala. They were here .
preacher Rev. James Beasley of serious illness of Nolan Sanders.!'to attend the wedding Sunday of snaped sicirts, with- short- sleeved

Pelham, G& He and his family He has been released from the!Miss Janet Rues to Mr. Murra jackets trimmed with a Dior bow.? Reminds t
have moved in their new home Tallahassee Memorial Hospital and McLaughlin. y, Their headpieces of matching fab- AAA All"School's Patrol Labor
Says Day "iToll'
beret He has three daughters: transferred to the Lake City Veterans ---, ric designed to compliment the bow
Lawanda, Janice and Phylis. Hospital. Douglas Weeks had as his guest trim !on the dresses, had bouffant Open"The

The Woman's Club supper will 1 Mr. and' Mrs. Claxton Vause, Sr. last weekend Joe Prevatt of Tally illusion veiling. They carried nose- major responsibility for May Claim 16 Lives

be held September 7th at the have moved into their lovely Dewhome hassee. gays of carnations and net to child safety in traffic rests with
Woman's Club Building. Time i is on' the Sopchoppy River. Barbara Weeks spent last week match their dresses. Ginger Russ the motorist the Peninsula Motor TALLAHASSEE The Florida Highway Patrol predicted today '
6:30 p.m. Adults fl.OO;. ehildrenO : in Tallahassee and that 16 persons may be killed in traffic crashes during the 78 hour
Mr. Gilbert Barwick of TallaJuissee visiting her grandmother Cindy Russ, sisters of the
Club AAA
( ) reminded
as long Labor Day week-end and appealed to every person to drive and
cents. The menu will be: social Mrs. J. P. Stevens, bride, served
was a visitors in Sop as maid of honor and local schools got ready to open walk with caution and care.
Fried chicken and gravy choppy recently.Mr. .. Miss Billie Helyn Hammick junior bridesmaid, respectively. their doors for the new term. "The Labor Day week-end signifies the last fling at summer
Mashed potatoes and Mrs. Jack Birch and spent last week visiting. relativesin Bridesmaids were Betty Sue McLaughlin The motor club also issued a 10-1 holidays for most people and the opening of schools in most sections -
Green beans family have returned home from I Jamestown, Tenn.' sister of the 'groom, and point check list designed to prevent -| of the state the day after Labor Day." said patrol Cmdr. H. N.
C. L. Kirkman. "We will have to drive for all we are worth to come
Cole slawChocolate Townsend Jr. was Pat Henry and
their vacation. Returning home a guest Charlene Hannon, traffic accidents
involving through this long week-end without a traffic accident of one sort or
or lemon Pie or Pound with them for a few days was hissister. .,last week of friends in Clinton, cousins of the bride. school-age children. It is part of another."

Cake j Tenn. James McLaughlin served as his the anual "School's Open" campaign The Patrol said that while there will be a lot of people on the '
Rolls ,and: Butter Miss Betty McKenzie of Holly The Rev.. Richard Sprague left brother's best man. Ushers were conducted ,by the AAA in highways going one place or another for the week-end, there will
Coffee or Iced Tea wood, Fla., is visiting Misses Zelda,Monday for a -da,. trail hike Larry White and Mike Harvey., cooperation with local law enforcement also be those who will be stretching their vacations to the last

The Barber Shop in Panacea will and Carol Stuber; with the Conference Youth Pro cousins of the groom, and Walt agencies and schools.: minute and then they will" start the',.homeward. ., trip "all keyed. .. up and
be open each Tuesday and Wednesday Mi.J&berts ]i gram in the Smokies. Dixon and Franklin Jones, Jr. in a big hurry.:" '
has returned Assisting in the distribution of
This year's Labor Day prediction Is one less than last year's
from 8 till 6 and Mr. and Mrs. Organist
ajn. pan.' home after spending a few days in Clarence. Morrison was Mrs. Malary Par- posters, bumper strips and other: 17 highway deaths,,but:two more than the{actual count for 1960 and
each Friday and Saturday from Tallahassee and Medart. :returned Sunday from a weeks' rish, and Mrs. Gilbert Gowdy was "School's Open" materials suppliedby 1961 when 14 persons were killed each" of those week-ends by
8 a.m. till 8 pjn. It will be closed I vacation at the coast. soloist. traffic.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hodge and the AAA are: Sheriff WilliamR.
all day' every Monday and Thurs family of Tallahassee were the! Mrs. Hall Whaley and two sons Following the ceremony the Taff of Wakulla County. :
day. Mrs.!from Punta Gorda, Fla, have been bride's parents entertained witha j
dinner guests ,of Mr. and 1: Throughout the nation,. some 4J 1
Wesley Smith Sunday, August 25. .visiting Mrs. Whaley's parents, reception in the church social 1 million children out of a total of! .. \,' --.
Veterans Program Visitors to the home of Mr. ana.Mr.. and Mrs. Roland Harvey. hall. The bride's table was covered 46.8 million will be going to school] '. Flerida Forest Service
Mrs. Ralph Brown. were Mrs. Millard -) Mr. and Mrs. Moody Pearce, Jan with a white:embroidered .linencloth. Tor the first time. Emphasizing .
For Education Long of Panacea with her!j and. Jerry spent the weekend at A silver'epergnette held an that last year 7.4 school children! Fantail Ri pen :,;(

Approximately 300 t young men daughter, Mrs. Rudy Cardenas of,'Dog Island. arrangement of: pink roses, interspersed were killed in traffic accidents forevery

and women will apply for trainingin Las Vegas and, her sister-in-law!I i with white clematis, and'( 100,000 persons, the motor The Florida Ferest' Service reports the ;
Florida's colleges and schools Mrs. Chas. Medley of Chattanooga, pink candles. Maindenhair fern:!;club issued the following "School's fell0wlftc r&iafall retarded fekvllaCeuaty '

this" fall for the first time under Tenn. Mrs. Cardenas flew from and Mrs. W. G. Moore and,, encircled. -the three-tiered wedding,f Open" safety tips: Tewera ter the week ef Aagatt '.
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cake which '
the old War visit was topped with a miniature '
grandsons Gordon
and and Randall
sevan-ysar- Orphans London last Friday to 1. ixxai antnonues should make 20 thr > tie 2'tk.
Education the Veterans who have Gerrill have returned from bride and groom. The table
program pick up her children a vacation certain that cross walks, particularly
Administration said today: spent the summer here. She is a with a visit to the Callaway where the guests were registeredwas those around school areas, .,.

Since the program was launched famous juggler, who has appearedin Gardens in Georgia and ,a visit to accented with a blue'and are elearly-marked well before the .. CrawterclY1.llo 1.te
in 1966, about 1675 have entered many countries and is now the. F.S.U. Circus there; Lookout white arrangement-on. small silver -|opening of schools Hewpert
This coming the in Mountain Tenn. epergnette :with blue candles. Avers=e .'5
training. year working at Palladium Theater at Chattanooga, 2. Parents of youngsters attend-
average monthly enrollment is expected London. snd the Smoky.Mountains at Gat- Cherub figurines held blue candleson ing school for the first time should

to be 474, John Stamper, Mr.' Inez Yent and son, Mike Hnburg' Tenn. Tall each side of the arrangemen! familiarize themselves with the Fires .1a. J.-r&17 1. 1g63 g

Service Officer said. and his wife spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Floyd and used standards ,.of greenery were "safest route to school" and accompany Fire' Ipsried last year

This education program is .for Mrs.-vtorida Roberts. daughter, Julie, recently vacationed at vantage points throughoutthe their children to and from! Acres baraei W. 7u' 261-

the sons sad daughters' of veterans Mr. Walter Kent and son Edward at Fort Walton Beach.They room. Hostesses were: Mrs. school for the first week or so. bu-M4 last '35-
A. alas
... whose death was for disabilitiesor from Purceville, Virginia, had as their guest, Miss Evelyn Mrs.L. Porter, Mrs. George Walker, 3. Motorists are urged to observe -| Aires peri". .... Teas

Ulna incurred fat active service. are spending this week with Mrs. Roberts of Yankeetown.We Leroy Townsend, Mrs. FredKeigbUey. closely the reduced speed ."

The eligible "children" gea Kent's father, Ralph Brown and welcome Mr. and Mrs. F. E. ; Mrs..Cecil Wright, Mrs. limits in school zones. In many!

'ertlly< must be from IS to 23 years ,Mrs. Brown. Pearce as residents of our town and George Russ, Mrs. Sanford. Cook cities, school zone speed limits are
of age. Thejran called "orphans'' Rev. Richard Sprague left Monday again. They lived here for many Gilbert. Gowd,. removed during the summer,- and

even though ore ,parent may be morning for, ,the Smokey years before. moving to Crawford. Beach Following a ;trip to, Daytona motorists sometimes forget to observe
still alive They say marry! with- I!Mountains to help conduct a Conference ville.Miss 'and the'' cut coast, the the lower limits when they SPECIAL THURSDAY FRIDAY
out' 10IIBc eHcfeSfey. Also the Youth Program which is I Thayer Lee Moss left by couple will beat home in Tallahassee are restored in the fall. ,

present marital states of the sur- in the nature .of a nine day trail plane last week to visit ia Morris- Florida. 4. Parents should urge their and SATURDAY /

.. vivteff parent does cot affect their hike. town, N-l Horse ShowIn youngsters to cooperate with the

Mrs. Leo Lynn and Dom spent I School Safety Patrols, who perform Fresh Grade
AH applicants must have completed 'last week in Atlanta. Winter Haven I an indispensable service in "A" FRYERS 29c

coarse or have been a MEDART NEWS'By Sonny Whaley spent a few days accident prevention. Since the ROUND STEAK
student fa a regular high school J'OBN PIGOTT with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. WINTER HAVEN (Special) Patrols wed organized in the earl Ib. .69cJandy
They BT P'.*M a college edueatioa Grover Whaley but has left for Appaloosas, a hone brought to '
Mr. and Mrs John L. Howard 20's, the traffic death rate for SAUSAGE MEAT 3 IBs. 99c
the United States and preserved ,
or tsVfV kvocatioaal coarse duty in Germany with the U.SJLF.? school-age children has been ,
and daughter reduced
of la Batre
loading to a tHan field of employ) Ala. Bayou Mrs Betty Archer has returned by the Nea Peace Indian, will be by 50 cent. 5 Ibs.Sugar FREE with a purchase of .
visited Mr.. and Mrs. DensGra"7 fl per
meat Stamper pWoed. 'to her home after a summer of festered In a show to be held m ROACHEX .
5. Advise children to ] BUG KILLER
over the weekend. your cross 98c
The procrasa was originally es- traveling with her husband. Winter Haven Sept. 14, under the .
Seaman the street only ,at corners where
Apprentice Johnny
tabHshed. for those children whose Strickland Postmaster and Mrs James :H. sponsorship of the.Winter Haven they-wiU be protected by traffic Instantxwe
is home from Grea
veteraa-pareat's death was due to Lakes, m.:after his basic training,,Cox, Quincy, Postmaster r aDd Mrs. SHIM The club. signals and the Safety Patrols. House COFFEE 6'oz. 79c
second annual Appaloosa ,
dtsafcBtty or Ulaess. It Tom Braswell and Mr.
wartime MoaticeBo
in 6. Drive to and
the youngsters
Navy. He will back your
has ateea been sewed to.iaelade to Charleston, S.C. for-duty. Johnnie ;and Mrs. Glean Kraaae, Tallahassee Horse Show of the Tri-State Appaloosa from school only if absolutely Pure HOG LARD, '/* ga|. 39c .
those wheee parrot died as the were ,the dimmer guests of Mr. Horse Club will be held at '

..,. resaH of ,a erviee-coeaeeted. dk- High,, graduated School last,.from year. Sopeaoppy and Mrs. J. S. Cog t last Thurs' the Post kkCoBBty_leg Association their necessary.own can Making teach your the children trip on TOMATOES, 1 Ib. can 3 for 37c

rwaitiec dirtctly ,from theperformsnre day. grooads. The three states I ..
ability -
,.+ Mr. aDd Mrs. Virgil Pigott and ,...t..._ self-reliance. Bama MAYONNAISE
el serrice, from children, Bruce afiB Paula ,of Mr. and Mrs. John Emory Ear, iactode & Georgia' and I 7. Whenever possible, pool rides qt. .. 45c
i.nMII eesfl t, or from extroservfee rell announce the birth of a sea, Florida. Sheers ;
Crestview; visited Mr. aDd ,Mrs" neighbors. to reduce ..traffiaroud e 300 NOTE BOOK PAPER 59c'Tetley
Funds will
"". IU' wkfie oa.activeto : Steve Pigott the weekend. .William Scott at TMM. m Tallahassee raised from the congestion achols. '
t, a period sot consideredwrtte.w I Mr. and Mrs. Jofen'S. Pigott, Jr.,; oa August aeth.Mr. go Club to Grth the. Winter edit CHak.Haven Shrine park ia the TEA, 1 2-8 oz. :pkg 2 for 2Sc
..Lather FraakHa.is a pattestat ,
", ChSdrea 'who eater upon thSidiustitflfl to Stephen the Stephen, Linda Foster aad ,Jo1mewet Museum at I Tallahassee] Memorial Hospital A pre-eoateei;program win beheld prevents an acci-the: We Hare a COmpiete Line of p afl Gania Seeda- .
with for conteetants the. ight before fdoable .
fsugnm may receiveM a fractured leg. Everyone iswiahlag
White Spry, Fla. over tae traffic
Bwefc ** ** sseath+ of achoolmr weekend."Dont. him a speedy r__ .r7. the show.Competition. ldrea to avoid SHOP: and SAVE AT
8 ....the
wItIa 1M VA pjfe M allowaace starts at Most schools
,.1 ...te 911*' a meath for each I nest 4ay sad continues throughout !provide safe playground' areas withadsH :: ; PIGOTT'S STORE
the dad sad eveafeg.ItsfJUh ;... .
.be are at aekoal.rituals They ;:: '
s ? sspervisioa.l ,
worry if V, abiBgI "Women can keep a secret : = :
westeia pL.Aaad' '
will ffrea va>atlcnsl ea&- ton taken the shirt off!< yourhackthey've'got just as well as men but it trees head a4eowJB participate .. Carefully observe the laws. MEDARTWMlT
. .vier to &eriBc spot school ..... "
Me bareaa governing '
a generally takes more of them .
l Mf lial select both ia the show.. .' : .TOP VALDB_,
tt to of aose kind to keep it in I" to do 11.-E. Russell laaes, OtMr'aer-''-- t t is being .J'" ..' -' -- .
r a sari ;:sand ade M > Hertease Loper diatom American Fork (Utah Citi -
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