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: October 10, 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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Wakulla 4-H'ers Annual I Farm LeaderTo ''- hlJ, "i'. V _
Report New Look .;.: Boys Scout Campto

I' To Be Area Host Of Forest ProjectThe At Fair Be At MeetingPANAMA ';" Have Boat Docks
Wakulla County 4-H Dairy Farm Forester has received TALLAHASSEE A CITY'' Charles B.
' (Special) -
Members held their first show at Shuman national farm leader will Construction of a 600 foot beachan
,: 124 requests for forest manage- brand new look will spotlight "Na- ,
the new Livestock Pavilion last ment assistance during this one ture's Nurseryland" when the 1963 be featured on the program when dtwo boat docks on Lake Tal-
Saturday. Those participatingwere the Florida Farm Bureau Federa- quin for the new Suwanee River
year period. Forty-seven requestsfor North Florida Fair opens shop for
Datld and Bruce Harvey, shade tree ailments have been .its five-day October 29 through tion holds its 22nd;annual conven- area Boy Scout Camp, is being accomplished -
t'' sons of Mr. and Mrs. Fulton Har- run tion here November 1012. by Co. C., 261st Engineers -
answered. fV
November 2.Nuneryland.
vey; Chuck Deal, son of Mr. and Forest Management assistance I. boss Shuman, as prsident of the Battalion, Florida National
,Mrs. Charles Deal Danny iller, Ray Burgess Guard.
; American Farm Bureau Federa- L
has: been given to 123 landowners has
promised a bright new display
son of Mr. and Mrs. Buck Miller; tion is the of Captain Charles G. Mohr, Com
involving some 20,000 acres of representative over
layout, better lighing _
John and Donald Taylor more mander of this
land sons these farm families throughoutthe Company states
forest land. Thirty-eight of 1.600,000
1 than ever-and the finest
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Taylor. landowners who array United States and Puerto Rico. project is an excellent training mission -
were new I of the and old of animal
Each member received accumulative
and estimates the work will
had not previously requested as- .land in Fair history. He is widely recognized as a
with 40
score per cent going require approximately one '
leader in the figh for free and year.
sistance. Burgess said this week he is still :
to the animal, 20 cent to themember's
per The Platoon with
V ; Second Co. C.,
Timber marked for cutting totals independent American agriculture,
' on the hunt for hard-to-find
record book, 20 per cent some
for three out of four Platoon Sgt. Eugene Miller super
feet of sawtimber speaking
591,000 animals, but that cats and kittens
for showmanship, and 20 per cent the work detail
for fitting and grooming of the (Scribner rule) and 1966 cords of dogs and puppies, and other household organizd farmers. vising inagwrated.
markedon I Another highlight of the Farm the project.
This wood was
animal. Official judges includedMr. pulpwood. type pets are not among the -0>
.. Officers assisting Captain Mohr
887 of land. Bureau program will be the appearance -
Merrill Futch, manager of acres missing. "We've got these, he said.Nature's io;. ,'
:> include 1st Lt. Robert Bannerman,
Timber harvested under improved of Senator Spessard L. ,
F.S.U. Dairy; Mr. Bobby Durden Nurseryland is one of '-', .
1st Ltt Jack and 2nd
sand Mr. Ray Burgess, both Assistant management practices includes the big Agricultural Show's top an- Holland if his Congressional work Champion,
Lt. Jack all of Tal-
County Agents from Leon 614,000 board feet of sawtimberand nual features, attracting "children" load permits.

' :County. 998 cords of pulpwood. This from the toddler age right on up Both Shuman and Holland are! lahassee.Dr. .
from 910 slated to address the of Charlie K. Wall, who residesat
harvested assembly I
A welcome address was given timber was through 85 years. k r
by Mr. O. E. Hendrickson, President acres of woodland and brought Mother and baby goats, sheep, Farm Bureau )members: from I I .- yP Wallwood Plantation Bat of

of the Wakulla Chamber of $24,308 to the landowners. hogs, horses, donkeys, squirrels, throughout the Sunshine State during Tallahassee, gave the 476 acre tractto
the Scouts. Dr. Wall is
Commerce, followed with a response The Farm Forester has continued rabbits, chickens, birds of all kinds, the morning program. November Y w Boy a

by 4-H Member Danny Mil the administration of the Naval mother cows and calves, does and 11.' retired physician from Thomas-

ler. The invocation was presentedby Stores Conservation Program in fawns, and a host of other animals Primarily a working meeting, ville. Walter DeMilly, President of I

Rev. Richard Sprague from the his area. There.:are eleven turpen- will make the '63 Nurseryland one the annual Farm Bureau convention ; the Suwannee River area Scouts,

Methodist Churches of Crawford- tine producers :in the three coun- of the finest anywhere, Burgess has as its main purpose the states the new camp will serve I

ville and Sopchoppy.Mr. ties, working some 210,000 faces. promised. adoption of resolutions from county Y<: scouts of the area in splendid fash

J. D. Turner, Chairman of These faces produce about 1,100 The Agricultural show, billed as groups which will make up the 9x- ion for years to come.

the Wakulla County Board of barrels of gum per month duringthe the biggest and best in Florida, state policies and program for the The new camp is located approximately -

Commissioners, spoke on past par. season. will draw general exhibitors from coming year.Convention. 10 miles south of

ticipation of 4-H members in, the Management plans have been I at least 17 North Florida counties, sessions will be heldin Quincy with a 1200 foot frontage

., various shows and encouraged prepared for 15 landowners on 1682 along with cattle and wine: entries Panama City's modern civic on Lake Talquin.

more parent participation and in acres of forest land. from a half-dozen Southeastern Auditorium at the Marina.TALLAHASSEE Jack Culpepper of Tallaha see is
'terest. General Chairman of the Camp
Timber stand improvement I States. 4
During the show the top five 601 e Development Comm i t t e e;-Jack
has been carried out on acres Entry interest in the huge Open
'animals were selected to represent of woodland. This work includes I Swine Show has made it the big Fresh water Champion, Chairman of the Committee -
Wakulla County in the. area showto undesirabletrees fishermen and boaters look Joan Vickers on Waterfront Develop ,
such things as i killing gest of its kind in the South, year may 01
be held here Saturday, October that are Interfering with desirable -after forward to More active enforce- ment; Robert Altice, Chairman of

12. Time of the show will be 9:30 trees and the conversion of Fair year.secretary-manager Lloyd ment of the boating safety lawson New MarketFor Engagement the Land Use Sub-Committee; and

A.M. Other counties participatinghere Florida's] rivers Edward Clark, Chairman of Camping -
scrub oak areas to pine. Rhoden said swine show interestis lakes and Announcment
will include Jackson, Leon, and Activities Committee.
: streams as personnel of the Game ForestryA
Federal cost charing was pro- above this although -
Jefferson, Madison and Taylor. average year Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vickers, form-
vided for by the! ASC (Agriculture he indicated cattle entriesin and Fresh Water Fish Commission bold new market?
... Program of activities for Sat- erly of Wakulla County, announce
> Stabilization :Viand Conservation complete an enforcement training Florida farmers, landowners, and School
the big thoroughbradLcatUe show
: urday will be the Welcome at 930 the engagement of their daughter, .
Program on 770 acres of timber in program sponsored by the Florida tree farmers well have
events may very
ti competitive are: coming
O. E. Hendrickson, President Harrall))
A.M. by Joan, to Mr. Thomas Cad Attends Mee'tthree
Boating Council.
stand improvement work. As you somewhat slowly. found it. as mounting numbers of '
of the Wakulla Chamber of son of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Harrell));
Commerce; Invocation by Mr. S. probably know, the Farm Forester Some 85,000 persons are expected According to the Commission'sassistant tourists and residents alike take to of Medart. members of the Crawford-

L. Moore; Remarks by County i handles the administration of the to pour into the big permanent director O. EFrye, the Florida outdoors. Miss Vickers attended Crawford ville school yearbook staff attendedthe

Board Chairman J. D. Turner; I AJjC forestry practices in this area. fairgrounds during the Fair's five- selected officers from the Commission's Farm foresters of the Florida ville High School and graduatedfrom District Convention of the Florida
A total of 4,800,000 seedlingswere five regions are attendingthe Forest Service are asking land
and Response to Welcome by John day run, which opens with a big Glynn Academy High School, Scholastic Press Association in
planted in the three countyarea training school and will serve owners to consider the idea of
Taylor, 4-H Member.At parade at 4:00 P.M. on Tuesday, Brunswick, Georgia, in 1962. She Panama City ]last Saturday. Cyn
during the past planting sea as instructors fqr other personnelon prettying select portions of
10:00 A.M. there October 29.Strong. up Secretarial thia Cotton, Ann Moore and DonnaJo
will bea recived a degree in
son. a regional and statewide level, their woodland for commercial Lynn rode with Mrs. Lamar
4-H Dairy Judging contest in T Student officers Science from North Florida Junior
which each county is eligible to are receiving instructions recreational use. College.)) Miss Vickers is presently York, advisor, to the meeting ..
FeelingOf in all phases of the boat There are forests and thereare the Rutherford School.
new High
enter two teams of Public
4 members HarperSegmundVows laws employed by the Division of
safety boat
registration and forests. Some are wellmanaged The included classes] in
each. The show will program
begin promptly Bible Reading Federal Relations in the State Road De-
at the conclusion of the judging RecitedBonnetta boating laws. some are poorly managed, and partment.Mr. layout, photography, business, and
contest. Harold Meyer, publisher of the Frye said, "We feel than an accelerated some not managed at all. One other areas related to creating a
Lea Segmund and Harrell was a 1960 graduateof
Dunedin Times feels strongly !] program of boating forest be and
Officials for the may productive good yearbook. Speeches by Dr.
event will in-
Crawfordville High School. He
clude Mr. C. W. Reaves, State Extension Charles] Gregory Harper were mar- about the importance of Bible read safety education and law enforce- profitable to the owner while Rae Weimer of the University of
attended Florida State Universityand
Dairyman ried with a double-ring ceremonyat ing and moral and spiritual valuesin ment on the more remote inland another may actually be a liabilityas Florida and Dr. Reid Montgomeryof I
judging animals
the home of Mrs. Ora Harper, will will)) return in January to con-
Mr. the schools. waters help reduce boating the unproductive land gathersmore Florida State University and
; J. Platt, Jr., District ,
Crawfordville Florida, the tinue his studies for a degree in !
in ,
Agent, Agricultural Extension As he put it so succinctly in a accidents and promote a safer boating taxes for the owner than it stimulating discussion group
Business Administration. He is
Service, will judge showmanship grandmother of the groom, on Sep- recent editorial: no daily record for Florida. Many ofFlorida's does revenue. rounded out the buy day. "We
tember 26, 1963. Bible reading mention of a nation inland waters are un- Forest is of the presently employed by the Inde-
; Mr. Edsel Thomaston, Liberty or production part think the Panther's Paw for 1964 I
County Agent, will judge fit- Joan L. Kannon of Florida State under God can help but to available to all but the smaller story Market is too. pendent Life Insurance Company.A will be the beet yet due to new

ting and.grooming; and Mr. Grant University was maid-of-honor and improve and expand a child's real- boats with limited horsepower Helping] the Florida landownerand December wedding is being ideas we received at the convention I

Godwin, Associate State Boys' 4-H James D. Moran of Florida State ization and appreciation of the infinity motors. In many instances it is timber grower get more from planned; the date.to be announced ," reported Mrs. York. Deposits

Club Agent, Gainesville, will judge University was best man. The marriage of beauty and goodness." To these smaller boats that contribute his trees and his land is the job ofa later. for the book are now being accepted J

record books. Prize money and was performed by Judge which we say: Amen. heavily to boating accidents because farm forester. On request from at the school. .

Ribbons will be presented individuals George L. Harper. Along with this editorial, Pub- of inadequate safety equip- the owner the forester visits a No 1

for their placings by F. M. The bride is the daughter of Mr. lisher Meyer said, "hats off!I" to ment." timber tract and recommends a Hog HuntingIn

Dennis, manager of Sears, Roe- and Mrs. Richard E. Segmund of State School Supt. Thomas D. Bai- Information on safe boating and program of good forest manage- LeonWakullaCounty Annual FollowupOf

buck and Co. of Tallahassee. Bradenton, Florida. The groom is ley for his support of Bible readingand conies of Florida's boat safety law ment designed to pay off ,in large Cancer

Trophies will be awarded to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. the teaching of moral and and boat registration law, may be harvests and more frequent harvests Judge George Harper Study

Best or Top Scoring County, Top Harper of Bradenton, Florida. spintual values in our public obtained from the Florida Boating stated today that the Leon-Wakulla During the month of October i..

Scoring 4-H Member, and winning The marriage was attended by schools. We thought you would Council, 107 West Gaines Street, Forest management includes protection county management area will not volunteer researchers and cooperating '

Judging Team. many relatives and friends of the like Publisher Meyer's cartoon and Tallahassee Florida.Enforcement. of timber from fire, plant- be open for hunting hogs. families in Wakulla Countywill j

This 4-H Dairy program is bride and groom.County we made arrangements with him to ing additional pines where needed, Judge Harper said that recent participate .ill be fourth an- I
information released the Game
sponsored by the Sears Roebuck by nual I
for removal of undersirable follow-up of the Cancer Pre-
make it available to you your trees, or
and Fresh Water Fish Commissionhas
Foundation and this area event of vention Study, which IB being I ,
Receives possible use.Cancer. taking adequate measures to con- eon-
confused hunters who
will be co-sponsored by the State some ducted
trol insects and disease which kill by the American Cancel I
;Department of Agriculture. Forest Money Boating Laws trees or stunt their normal growth. have thought that the Leon-Wa Society in Florida and in twenty- I
i Wakulla County 4-H members kulla Management area would be five '
other state f'
I Society threeghottt
Wakulla received Florida Power Had Selective harvesting right treesat the !
:have been fortunate to win the County $27- open for Hog hunting. nation.
,Area Show for the past 3 straight 188.30 for their school and road Officials Meet Here the right time means smart Harper said that enforcement of !
According to Mrs Bade
market return the Cogdiil ,
Record for
funds from the sale of off August owner.
years. It is the hope of County of the game laws would be adheredto President
Official volunteer members of Wakulla Co. Unit this
Pulpwood timber
Agent L. D. Taylor that the peopleof Apalachicola National Forest lands, Florida Power Corporation had saw and naval and anyone caught Hog hunting
six Cancer
the nominating committees of a stores have Prevention Study in which
long been the volume
Wakulla will attend according to District Ranger Rich
County would be to
record-breaking month in subject punishment
Units comprising District August, Wakulla County i
County markets for Florida forest participating fe
Saturday to give these 4-H mem- ard J. Bonyata.The 1963 W. B. Shenk vice material subscribed for this law violation.
of the presidentin the
Florida Division most comprehensive
bers their support. See our new National Forest annually 3, of the and these will continue to ex medical
Cancer Society, are charge of sales, announced to- I statistical research
American project of its
Livestock Pavilion and our youth gives the counties 25 cent of, pand.
per "
scheduled attend the business day. "For the first time, he said, kind ever undertaken.By .
'in action. what they take in from the sale of to But fast developing demands by Tax RollSh'ow.lncrease
timber and other revenue produc-' meeting which will be held Friday, "our company, one of the few electric campers and outdoor sportsmen for use of questionnaire, placed

'. ing This is in October 11, 6:30 p.m. at the Floridian utilities in the nation with a more outdoor recreational facilities confidentially-with seieeted families
Wakulla County lieu of taxes which the payment U. S. Government Hotel, Tallahassee, Florida. winter peak, sold more kilowatt- promise yet another market for the Tax Assessor E. C. Ferrell Jr., the project trace men and

; does not pay to the state Society County Units of District hours in 'a summer month than in timberland owner and another reported that the Tax Evaluationfor women over a six-year study in :

Man Chairman its counties. 3 include: Gadsden, Jefferson, any of" the preceding winter. good reason for planned timber the county is up over a year searching for clue to eaAMI'r I r

FORT LAUDERDALE-Thomas lor Leon Madison, Wakulla and Tay months. management.Ask causing factor in family and community -'

F, Fleming, Jr., Chairman of the lor. Shenk continued: "Kilowatthoursales farm forester Daniel. Wil- ago.He also stated that the count environment.Last .

Citizens for Florida's Future, an- CqusseuxHendrickson- In addition to nominating Dele- reached 354,256,948, compared liam Housman at Tallahassee 224- collectable figure for the 1963 roll year, in fifty Florida Counties

nounced today the appointment of gate Directors to represent the Dis- to 353,723,626 in January of 7020 about "multiple-use forest would amount to 112,539.24 dollarsup 40,796 men and women wi_-

Johnny Miller as the Wakulla trict on the Society's state division this year. This sales record was land.-Planting trees for increased over the 1962 take. teers cooperated with 3,047 trained

County Chairman in the CFF Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hendrickson Board of Directors the official made with 14,000 fewer customers recreational value Many varieties The total evaluation in the coun- researchers to provide confidential V

'{campaign in support of the College announce the marriage of their voting representatives may, by' appropriate than we had in January at the of seedling trees are available at ty for 1963 is set at 7,877,748 dol data.Mrs.
daughter, Julie, to Mr. Carl Bobby height of the winter-resident tour-
i Building Amendment. resolutions refer suggestions cost from your Florida Forest Cogdiil urgently requests

The CFF is a voluntary organi- Causseaux of Woodville, Florida, recommendations and requests ist season. Our customer count Service nursery. lars.Lands and Homestead exemption that any volunteer who ban been

zation formed recently to generate in a civil ceremony at Brainbridge, to the state Division Board normally dips this way in the sum- amounts to 2,174,140 dollars whilegovernment participating in this important

awareness and enthusiasm for the Georgia, September 17, 1963. of Directors or its Executive Com- mer months and climbs again to Brain Bane widows, handicappedand study and who may have changed

College Building Amendment, The couple will repeat the religious tnittee for consideration. They may new high levels every winter. Al- Two National Institutes of others amounts to 1,950,780 address, write Mrs. Ralph Brown,

which will provide some $75,000,000 vows, Sunday, October 13, also plan District Educational though our winter peak continuesto that Health a virus researchers common have in found mon dollars chairman of this project Sopchop

in capital improvements at institu- 1963 at 3:00 o'clock in the after- meetings and Training Conferences grow as rapidly as our summer keys induces brain tumors in py. These continuing series are

tions of higher learning in 29 Florida noon in the Wakulla Methodist [for volunteers subject to the approval peak, this new August sales recordis hamsters. They suspect that neded, Mrs. CogdJB Hid, and materials

counties. Church with the Rev. Luther of the Division ExecutiveVice evidence of the increasing acceptance the same virus can cause can Animal Stress for this year' follow.-... must

The Amendment, which is en- Stokes of Monticello, officiating. I President. of air conditioning by our cers in humans.. The Philadelphia Zoo has become be made available to all volunteer

{titled Amendment No. 2, will be on Friends and relatives are invited.A customers. of very Pennsylvania crowded a scientist University so that the project can be continued.

the statewide ballot Election Day, >reception will follow at the \ reports and one result has beenan .
November 5th. Church. J increase in heart disease and

...c-, heart attacks among the ani



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1 Thursday October 10, 1963 : ". CLASSIFIEDNo ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
I Heart Disease
down payment 3 bedroom I The I Sealed bids will be received until
president of the Amer-
rick homes, 6700. Completely ican Heart Association reports 0:00 A.M.. Monday October 14,
200 Pine Fence Post 35c each" finished. Write. Box 324 or that deaths from heart disease NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That J. H.TAX Hudson, the holder of 1963, by the Wakulla County

COUNTY NEWS Roland Harvey WA-6-3436. Phone 377-6838, Cario, Georgia.ct. among men in their peak earning -, following certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to be Board of Public Instruction, Craw-
ages 45 to
I 64 have de- .
10-17 3-10-17-24, clinced six percent since 1950. issued thereon. The certificate: numbers and years of issuance, the fordville Florida at 'the :Office of

a a a decription of the property, and the names in which it was assessedare the Superintendent of'Public In-
Telephone WAlnut 6-3301 I as follows:
s.ruction: for Roll Type bleachers

IN tME COURT OF THE COUNTY meeting the following specifica
& JUDGE, WAKULLA COUNTY Certiliy Description
of tions
property Na.mem : .
IN RE ESTATE OF Woodville Lumber Co.. cafe of 1s- whichassessed A five tier high bleacher with

Virginia Ketehtley -,- .:...... Editor Jack W. Ward. Jr. No. suance 12 sixten foot
; sections total
Deceued. or a
To All Creditor. and Ptraora Having 56 1953 NW % of NW %, less 10 x>f 1 92, more or less, feet in length. i:

Claims ESTATE:or D.maeds Against Said Lumber- Building acres on E side of Sec. 9, (The roll type stands shall be delivered !

You and each of you are herebynotified Supplies 'T 5 S, R 2 W, 30 acres. G. J. Langston and installed in a workman-
Entered at Crawfordville. Florida, and required to present any I .
claims and demand which you. or I 51 1954 Begin at NE of like manner under the supervisionof 1
corner Lot
cither of you,.'may have against the
as second class matter. Subscription estate of Jack W. Ward. Jr.. deceased "We Need And 1 of Plat of land filed ,in a factory trained mechanic. I
late of said County to the Appreciate YourBusiness"
9, 8 : type folding stands
l rate: $3.00 per year. Judge of WakuUa County Florida at page run S 70 I
I his office in the court house of said yards, W 70 yards, N 70 yds shall be designed to safely support, I

in County six calendar at Crawfordville.months from Florida.the with time ',e: ,' to POB in SE % of Sec. 12, when in use, a live load of 120 !

of the first publication of this notice. T5SR3W, Vi acre. pounds per linear foot of seat- \
I Rachel
IJ Two copies of each claim or demand ', ;-(
I If You Need. shan be in writing. and shall state the ,. i :.- 1958 SE board plus 120 pounds per linear I
place of residence and post office: address 'I, U of NE % of SE ;foot of foot-board with
Office of the claimant and shall be : J4 of Sec. 9, T'3 S, R 1 W 10 a .
Supplies sworn to by the claimant his acent. or Quality and Price GuaranteedRoss ,'. : ;- factor of safety of four.
Business Machines attorney and accompanied by a filing acres. Blanch Hinton
fee of one dollar and such claim or S DESIGN: Each standard length I
I I Office Furniture Alice demand Ward not so filed shall be void. ,- \ ':_,7 ''1961 An undivided 1/11 interest section shall consist of a set of 1

.1 See or...fall As admlnlstratix of the Estate of ;i :} .. in all except 200 acres in Heirs of foot and seat boards and fur set !
I As executor of the Last Win and < Hannon, Owner .n },' Lot 82, H.S., 14 6/11 of all steel under-structure. All
RANEY WHALEY Testament of Jack W.. Ward. Jr.. ,. acres. Willie SandersAll t
deceasedll steel parts shall be of regular roll- ,
I i ll rst publication Sept. 19-28. OQt.'MO. I
I atCAPITAL ed steel channel or angle iron sec-

OFFICE .--,-- of aid property being in the County of Wakulla, State of Florida. tions of sufficient size to supportthe I
Unless such certificates or certificate shall be redeemed according above load. All flat operating
I EQUIPMENT CO. to law, the property described in such certificate or certificates will links shall be of not lees than %" i
319 South Adams St. SPECIAL THURSDAY, FRIDAY be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first thickness. Each set of steel under-
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE. STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP. Monday in the month of November, 1963 which is the 4th day 6f
MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION and SATURDAY'Fresh Nov. 1963. structure shall consist of channel
r FLORIDA (Act of October 23. 1962 Section.4369.
f United States Code) Dated,this, 8th day of October, 1963. iron load carrying posts located
1. Date of filing: Oct. 1963. Moody Pearce directly under each seatboard and
2. Title of publication: Wakulla Clerk Circuit Court of
they shall be, connected togetherby
County News.
3. Frequency of issue: Weekly. Gade A FRYERS, lb. 29cTBONE October, 10-17-24-31-63 Wakulla County, Florida. ','' angle iron operating arms to ..
4. Location of known office of publication .:
(Street. city county state, provide an easy-acting non-binding
zip Florida.code): Crawfordville. Wakulla. STEAK, lb. 69c I 'folding arm principle of operating.

6. Names and addresses of publisher Close fitting slides of any shape,
.z and managing editor! Publisher (Name round or rectangulars shall not be
and address): Fred L. Keightiey. P. O. Frosty Morn WEINERS 12-oz. pkg 39c
'1 Box 307. Crawfordville. Fla. employed in the moving operating
J i wi Editor (Name and address): VIr-
ginia M. Keightiey. P.O. Box 307.'I I.,I Showboat of the bleacher. To insure ease of I
Crawfordville. Fla. operation sections shall move on
7. OWNER: Fred L. Kelghtley P.O. PORK & BEANS 10 cans 99c
Box 307. Crawfordville Florida. TallahasseeFlowers rockite self oiling Colson wheels
10. The average No. of copies each f not less than 31,2" in diameter and J
issue during preceding 12 months: Ibs. 25c
900 copies printed Sweet POTATOES, 3 having flat 1U" face and each

800 Single paid issue circulation.nearest to filling date: & Inc- wheel must be complete with case
Same. '", hardened Wheels
for 39c spanner bushing.
Total No. of copies distributed: 800. Spring Farm Evaporated Milk 3
I certify that the statements made of different construction, smaller
by me above are correct and complete. diameter: or of any other material 1 twill .

Fred L. Keightiey Bama MAYONNAISE, qt. 49c not be accepted as equal.

SWAY BRACING: All vertical

PANACEABARBER I BANANAS, Ib. I lOc : COMPLETE FLORIST SERVICE lead carrying seat supporting posts
shall be "X" type cross-braced 'to

SHOP SHOP HERE FOR YOUR I gether horizontally in pairs to pre-

vent lateral movement of side-

:: sway. The "X" braces shall be ofa
Open Only On flees Barber Shop i ...' : rolled steel channel section prop-
Seed Feed Fertilizer and Stove Pipe
Tuesdays and Saturdays8OOA3I.to8OOP.M. 2238 South Monroe :. Formerly Tillman's erly spaced on seat posts to give

AT "-10;; EAST STREETPHONE maximum rigidity to the stand.
and Mens REGULAR
Boys .'. -'': All foot and seat boards shall be

Haircuts $1.00 Open_6.days a week, Friday PIGOTT'S STORE / ... 5/4 x 10" best grade B & Btr.
Flat Tops $1.25CLASSIFIED
Till 8 p.m. Douglas Fir, thoroughly klin dried
I MEDARTWe surfaced on four sides, with corn-
Four master barbers to '
give TOP VALUE Stamps 224-5023 T TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA ers well rounded and with split
j serve you. preventing screws in each end of

\ ., or \V A (j-: .JOI eRA: \VFOIUVII.LE.C each board. Foot rests shall be located -

\ For Sale sacrificing large beautiful DEE COOK, t Owner' ..- ," : not less than 18" below the
home on the river and five of seat rest of the corresponding:row.

the best business lots on the High- i Vertical filler boards of 1 x 12"

way in Sopchoppy. Florida for \ BOBBY RUSS clear Douglas Fir shall be located

$11.500 cash. home always rented between the seat posts and under
WANTED to and
for $130 per month, large flowing manage Service the center of the seat boards in
retail Watkins Route in Complete
operate a ,
well. P. O. Box 187 Sopchoppy.Fla. such position as not to interfere
this area. Earnings of 125.00 per with the leg room of the spectators

week from-' the very beginning. .. in Operated Laundermat and close enough to the foot boardto

t .. Write Mr. McGarity, P.O. Box 627 Up to 40% Discount on Auto Rates prevent a basketball dropping
Williston, Florida. Sept. 19-26 Oct.
underneath the stand.
NOTICE I 3 v, Crawfordville LOCKING DEVICE: Cylinder
10 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: locks, keyed alike shall be provided -

This is to certify that my wife "A Finance Plan for the Working Man"AutoHomesHospltallration ; for locking the sections in place
Bette Ann Spears has deserted me : automatically when folded. Thy
without cause and that I am not folding arms in the understructure

responsible for any debts made by [ shall be so designed as to automatically
'her. Construction, Excavatingand Open lock the sections in the

I Willie Jack Spears Land Clearing -Real: Estate- opened position to prevent aeeider-

Sept. 26, Oct. 3, 10, 17. -' 24 Hours a Day i tal closing of front ro'vs when
partially occupied. -s
Day Phone 222-9065 .
WE BUY PULPWOOD TIMBER : FINISH: All steel parts shall be I
Night Phones: 224.8801 25c Washers 25c DryersWe properly cleaned and finished in
f FOR SALE 2244893WOOVILLE school furniture brown enamel. All

Hound Dog contact George Byrd PHONE WA G3T11CRAWFORDVILLE. .; wood parts shall be finished with

U.S. Wildlife Refuge. Ochlocknee FLORIDA FLORIDA also invite one coat light natural stain, one
River. 2T. -, you to use the coat shellac and a final coat of best

grade satin finish spar varnish.

!; Each contractor bidding on the

t I. ., I Coin Operated Laundry above equipment will be required

I Zemi Great fir tQ furnish a bid bond of cashier's

Tallahassee Business Firms Mi nsGits Located Back of Oaks. RestaurantIn check in the amount of not less \
han 5 per cent of his bid, made

4 Zemo a doctor formula, Squid payable to the Board of Public

or ointment, soothe, help* ami Instruction, Wakulla County, Florida -
minor brans,ti brulaea:I'ama:1: Panacea .
' DIRECTORYPatcrnize antiseptic, eases itch eC matte Mr. Henry Crum Chairman.The
f rashes, eczema, teeac* pfrnpla* successful bidder will be required -
'athletes foot. Stop* aaUiiing, so "
before the contractor
ids faster K ihig For stubborn signing
eat get Extra s-trm0t& Zctao. performing the work, to furnish
I' ... These Advertisers I a contract performance bend in i the

_. u # t9*** TALLAHASSEE THEATRES amount of one hundred (169%)

rJ FR M .. ,I I 11. p er cent of the contract price in a

O. I. GRAMLING Little Folks Store, FLORIDA J STATE surety' company acceptable to Ute

i ft "The Inc.Capital'sMajors (tips Heal And Clear owner.

' FEEDSFlint & CO. for Minors" The owner reserves the right to

Pir'maf Children's Furniture Toys, kchykiNRash! reject any and all bids, and t4
One-Stop Service for
Games, Hobbies best
award the contract as may
Feed Seed Fertilizer Baby Accessories: Friday. and Saturday
I I Today thru | Zerao-liquid or ointment doc- serve their purpose.
f 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 Saturday relieves
1 Poultry Supplies Robert Preston tor's itching antiseptic, stops scratching promptly aDd 80 Wakulla County Board of PuMfe

, I River Mills Garden ToolsSo. Robert Mitchum helps heal and dear surface skin Instruction, Mr. Henry Cram,

2015 S. Monroe Ph. 223-0274 Georgia Moll"ISLAND hashes.Strength' Buy Zemo Ezt'r for ZClllll Chairman; Mr. C. L. Townsend,
.Adams at S.A.L.RJL Elsa Martinelli"RAMPAGE" stubborn cases I Superintendent.
Crossing ,
OF September 26, October 2-9
I +f.: Phone 223-0173
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,: .
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i Light ,Weight and Regular Florida Forest Service'Rainfall
Concrete Blocks : Seeds-:Fertiliier Baby Chicks
j Hanson, Wood and '.Farm Supplies '
Hoel Ind., Inc. Cor. Gaines and Woodward Sts. taBOMHBMK OMBBBHBMaBDVMWToday Florida Forest Service reports the

I S. Adams St. at 4-Points > TeL 2225960BakerAlford. following rainfall recorded at Wakulla .....

TeL 222-5840 P. O. Box 661 Today thru Saturday thru Saturday County Towers for the week of October .,

I Todd Armstrong Rock Hudson 1 through the 7 th.Crawfordville. .

Stone 'Co. Naacy Kovack
I, Capital Doris
, "JASON And The OAiE .00
1 'tit Since 1908 i "LOVER .
j ARGONAUTS BACK" Newport .00
, 'Yeager. MARBLE GRANITE Co. 0
,.*"* BRONZE Average .00
Michael Gough LuciUeBaU .
Inc.Insurance -The Part House" .
MEMORIALS .. Jeanne Cooper
'. Anything, for your auto, truck'or "BLACK Hope Fires since Janurarj 1, 1963 54
Cemetery Types tractor. Also for,your power:
c..1 .,.. .and Bonds, 508 W. Gaines SL-Tel. 223-0719 lawnmower, and much for your Fires same period last year 62

214 S. Adams St.-Tel. 222-4680 Walter F. Buehan, Mr. boat. Acres burned this year 264.2

.1 V: 208 N. Adams St. Ph. 222-3380 --- Acres burned sane period last year 435,6

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I Thursday October 10. 1963NOTICE

Fill Cracks And
Over Change-of-LIfe? Thanks to InsulationDog :

Ease your mind. Get welcome relief Holes Better days 'don't dog human .
r. will special woman's medicine beings who've thoroughly insu-
i :. y do-take a special woman'sDon't HaMIel lie puttJ Har M lie wood. Oils Everything lated the walls ceilings and I have started a Dry SSSS? Laundry Pick-up
i medicine-Lydia E. Pinkham floors of their homes with mineral Route for the People of
t'.: Vegetable Compound-developed PLASTIC WOOD Prevents Rust wooL > On Mondays I will pick up door to door in Medart
dread those seeningly by a woman-specially to out
Although it's permanently Surf
No Substitute. Sopchoppy- and Panacea.
The Genuine-Accept MOTOR
c! endless years of miser and help women by relieving such K6UUI-OII SFUT-tttCTlie of sight, insulation has a visible
'" discomfort, of sudden hot functionally caused female effect the people-and On Tuesdays I will pick up door to door in Spring
flushes,waves of weakness and distress. on way Creek- .
v.; Marks-Newport Wakulla
and act, Station,
look, sum-
: irritability. There is a special In doctors'tests woman after
woman's medicine which can woman found that Pinkham's mer and winter. Tempers no On Wednesdays I will pick up door to door in Craw-
J I relieve those heat waves,weak- Compound gave dramatic help longer sizzle with the heat or fordvUIe-Ivan and the out lying territory.
,: ness, nervousness, so you can to all this without costly shots. curdle with the cold, because
f enjoy life again. So that you Irritability is soothed, hot thorough insulation helps keep DELIVERIES WILL BE MADE _
can once more be an affection- flashes subside.So don't sit and the house mint-cool all summer f
",X ate wife and mother. brood and feel unable to help BIG .WEEK.ENDo.SPECIAL and toast-warm all winter. Thursdays-Fridays. :aturda Ys
If you are going through the yourself. You can feel better. .
t' change, don't E. Pinkham At the same time, both heating Contract
despair. Do as Get gentle Lydia me by Phone WA 63338.
and cooling bills are substantially
countless thousands of women Vegetable Compound today.
SMOKED SAUSAGE 5ge lower than with little or no WOOTEN
The gentle medicine LYDIA E.PINKHAM SMITHCrawfordoille
with the gentle name .
Heat and Serve SAUSAGE 4ge insulation. FloridaUSED

R Wind-Resistant Roof FRANKS 3ge

Bob White Sliced BACON 5ge ,

NEWS Flouts HurricanesIt's Smoked BACON, 1-2 or whole side _37e .

SOPCHOPPY time to batten down housesin Lilly Pink SALMON, tall can _4ge <. 0 : \ I.S I.
II By Louise C. Sapp Mon- high-wind areas for the storm Libby CHILLI with beans, 15%.'oz _29c usRo
Rev. Richard Sprague season. The first spot to check is + ,. .
where he will at- Sunshine Turnip GREENS with roots, 2 ens 25c y i
day for Leesburg the roof, because once it's dam- .
I tend the Conference Pastors' Pas- aged the rest of the house and its Pillsbury PANCAKE FLOUR, 2. boxes _45c

tors' School for a week. furnishings are wide open to the Pure Cane SYRUP-Ellenburff qt. bottle __49c CAR:1

:. Many, members from the Sop- driving rains that sweep along Stokely Gold Cream Style CORN, 2 cans _31c II I
choppy Methodist, Church attendedthe with most storms. -
conference, which Roofers, home owners and .59c
quarterly ICE MILK Vi gal. .
Big Dip
was held in the I ,Crawfordville housing officials in hurricane and ,
Methodist Church Sunday evening, other high-wind areas of the
country have found that self-seal- 'SUWANNEE STORE
t October 6, with Dr. R. C. Holmes ing asphalt shingles with theUnderwriters' I CARS
presiding. A covered dish supperwas Laboratories wind-
served in the new fellowshiproom. resistant label have successfully J 5.

'r I withstood 100-mph hurricanes. Mrs.laabeDe Forbes,Mjr
Mrs. Florida Roberts had as Sun- They are also fire-resistant and Top Quality Top Condition
day dinner guests her son, Justice durable.

and Mrs. B. K. Roberts, and her I .
daughter, Mrs. Inez Yent. .

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown North left' THE, FLORIDA GRAMLING REUNION 1962 i>M>GE, 8 Cylinder, 2 door, $13 95
Wednesday for a trip to
.. x"l' : Radio and Heater, Standard
Carolina in their camper. They will .
1 visit friends in Stone Mountains, .. __ i Transmission, --;-:-.

f Georgia and Flat Rock, North ti '!i :-' .' .. ; .
: '- : Dr'- -
j Carolina, and enjoy the fall foilage :' 1956 CHEVROLET BE LAIR, 2 V8, Radio and
and scenery along the way. '(i::: :;;; __, "_ S Heater,2 Tone Paint- $422

: Members-of the W. S. C. S. met Subject, .. :.':.::; ,,..:=,', 'The.Fourth-Annual Reunion 'of Florida Gramlinga. '\- .

with the Crawfordville W. S. C. S. ;; '" ... ''"- '
\ on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Lynn 'i< CHEVROLET Station Wagon V8, 4 Dr., Radio
'I. Crosby of Grensboro, Florida, whois Time *;,. ; .. Sunday Oct. 13, 1S63.Registration and Heater, Air Conditioned, '
the district president and Mrs. ,,,;.o"r!' starts at 10:30 A.M. '" Power Brakes., Power Steer- S $11 95 f
Thelma Dempsey of Live Oak had ,. ing, 1 Owner !
r 1 chrage of the program. ",:' : --- \ -" : .

I Harrell Mrs. Audrey and two Rudd daughters, Mrs. spent Tom Place: :-.' :'';;j' ;:: ; Shiloh Methodist Church ,' '.' '..., -. ;i cl7'7': .1957 SPORTS MODEL'VOLT$W AGON $7 9 5

Sunday in Jacksonville visiting ..(..;, near Kadison, Fla. :, ", _:. ,:,:.;; Radio and Heater, Clean '
their sister, Mrs. Luana Roberts, ., -=
." .
who is seriously ilL I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Claxton Vause, Sr. What to.;Bring. : Covered Dish Another Gramling.Any.papers, t

were honored with a housewarming documents or ,newspaper clippings that might be :5, 5 1958 Radio PLYMOUTH adn Heater cylinder, Automatic, 4door, I $ 2 95'
given to them in their new of interest.
Transmission, Nice _.
home Sunday afternoon, October 6,
from the hours of 3 to 6. Hostesseswere

Mrs. Delma Roberts Mrs. What will be furnished' : Paper plates, paper cups, eating utensils, .
: Emma Mathers, and Mrs. Lucille 1 '
Allen. The Congregational Holiness _. .
Church 'of' Sopchoppy participatedin -
the occasion.Mr. :
Guy Revell, Jr. and son visited '\ ALFORD CHEVROLET Ca
\ of descendants of. t .
Mrs. Mae Lawhon and Miss (If you know
Hattie Mae Lawhon Sunday. "-" the Gramling family who have ,:,
Dinner guests of Mrs. Delma not heard about the reunion, ask ,;' ;.-

Roberts Sunday included Mr. and them to come. ) .. ; .
Mrs. Delbert Roberts and family, f ; "

t, Mr.Mr.in Florida The Mr.Quitman.and and and Lions over Mrs.Mrs.Mrs.Georgia the Club Delton Wesley L.week-end.met C.and Colvin.Sapp Smith'in Live regular visited,Oak and- d' -- ", '. .' l.Route r. Wiley 4, Greenville Blair, Chairman', Fla. ., :- ;- BIG LOW CAPACITY PRICE! !! .4-5 ) [P[] [] []) i

session Monday, October 7 at 8:00
P.M. at the Sopchoppy Safe. Spec- S
ial guest was John W. Paul of tE R
DeFuniak Springs, who is the district O GENERAL ELECTRIC I

the ing film State governor, "The of Florida.of Burning the Lions An Issue"interest-Club, was in PICHARD'S STORE WIDE > i ;j!) _!l'' W t : 12kLJ; FILTERFLOWASHERZ I

shown by Mr. Sam Lollie of Craw-!
fordville, who is connected with the; ; I
I Florida Forest Service. Mr. Jimmy: PAINT SALE ,I
Burge was also a dinner guest. 14th '' "
thru Monday
Mr .Thomas Crum and family of Normal for regular loads;slow' for del
ThomasviHe, Georgia visited his 23995 Es
parents, Mr. and Mrs.: Lloyd Crum 3 CYCLES! WATER SAVER LOAD SELECTOR s:
i over the week-end. Normal for regular; short for delicate'
DISCOUNT ...short rinse and spin periods;activated !
: Mrs. Drue Stalnaker has return- 25%/ soak. BIG SPIRAL ACTIVATOR i

ed home from the Tallahassee 12-POUND CAPACITY! !
Memorial Hospital where she was MATCHING AUTOMATIC DRYER:
i a patient for several days. ,ON ANY PAINT ITEMS IN THE HOUSE With Trade washed Large famllY.llzl truly clean.toads of clothes are -

I Mr. Charles Simmons and son,
Mike of Tallahassee visited his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bun Simmons '. Step Ladders Brushes Paint Rollers I

I this week-end. Spray Paint Thinner Vamish SEE THE AMAZING NEW

Miss June Roberts, Miss Lilla GENERAL ELECTRIC FILTERFLO -
Raker, and Miss Louise Burns attended -
the birthday party of Ida
Jean Smith in Panacea, Saturday LF1 r MINI-WASH SYSTEM
night October 5. 45 % es r A
I Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hodge and .
', .
family of Tallahassee were the l .. Now you can automatically. wash delicate
\ fabrics lingerie sheer stockingsall
over night guests of Mrs. Delma discount on itemsin normally hand wathed-m General .
many ,
+ L- Electrics new immature wash-
Roberts and
Miss June Roberts
t F basket And, presto-it* to easily I
i Friday night. open stock removed, for big 12-pound load requiring
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Earl Roberts more vigorous washing action. j
a. Really two washers in one! Plus: Famous
retired colors
J and daughters, Desi and Dawn. Many Fitter-Flo Washing System. I,
.5 S F
of Tallahassee attended the football Automatic Bleach Dispenser Safety I
I Ud Brake '
I game Friday nightMrs. : washes I Trademark of ;:=*.c... I i

t Frank Jones is on a business -,,
I trip'in Brimingham Alabama.: ,. SemiGloss.S Hi (Gloss Latex '
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Roberts and .

I, family Caraway Crum and and this family Mf.weekend.Mr. visited and Mrs..Mrs.'"Bobby Faye 'e' Varnish Slain House Paint Shingle Slab ii 121"

chattanooga. Tom, Kemp Tennessee and is family visiting of Flat f ,Wall Pa W (inferior & Exterior r'Store )

hb .mother, Mrs. Bessie Kemp and = a i

i other..relatives.J4r. i
r 1 f.Lt.l
i and Mrs. Louie Posey andfanuly .
: visited Mrs. Posey's mother, hours, Mon. thru Friday_ 7:30 to 5:30 S wrteaIY

afternoon.Mrs. Willie Mae Porter Sunda 8.. A.M. to 1:00 P.M. Saf;. at 114 Oakland St., ony3! L TI S : .Lj- .

l John Stokes of Monticello visited .:
I Mo and Robert Strickland over' the '

weekend.Mr. : .
and Mrs. L. C. Sapp and pichard" S t ;

Mrs. Helen Be&sley visited Mr. and inc. '1

Panama Mrs. Terry City Land Thursday'afternoon and son Tracy in, ,I _'..;.. ,.Tuny's Motor l Service .

October ?.- I 2800- W., TENNESSEE and 114 OAKLAND.- ,,_AVE.".- CRAWFOftpVILLE. FLORIDAII .

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; 4 7WAKULLA Thursday, October COUNTY 10 NEWS, 1963 .,I .- Sopchoppy Seniors John Spears Weds Miss Crosby >;"

Take Lead in DriveThe

t YOU CHOOSE IT contributed Student Senior Drive.$$24.56 Class Mrs.to Patricia at the Sopehoppy United John- i In Ceremony Read Saturday Night/

son and her students are commended I Miss Ada Elaine Crosby Spears son of Mr and Mrs el Baptist Church In Starke.
for going over their room goal daughter of Mrs. Ruby Crosby J. R. Spears Crawfordville. Dr. R. D. Ingle officiated at
and setting the pace for other was married to John Dayton Saturday night at the Pine Lev- the ceremony with Mrs.. C. L.
classes. The drive was successfulin .lIr.T I Kelley as organist and setetst
reaching its goal of $400.00. The church was decorated
Mrs. Betty Sprague's fifth grade a with a background of pates I
centered with an B&e.
placed first in elementary contri- open
Candelabra were placed OB either
.. butions with a total of $20.05. Close side and arrangements of
behind was Mrs. Myrtice Strick- seven candles and magnolia
land's sixth grade with $18.20. leaves accented the church
: Other classes reaching room goals windows.
I.. were Mrs. Inez Millers second The bride given In marriage'by
grade, Mrs. Nan Bowen's third VV her brother-in-law, Lucian I

grade, Mr. Gene Boone's third and I Conner chose an all silk satin
; fourth combination, Mrs. Linda McCauley'lS gown with reembroidered Chantilly -
1 <<: fourth grade. lace featuring a sa'ghtiy

Goals for grades 1-6 was $10.- belled silhouette and detach
u.E able train. The bodice fash-
was ]
7 V
; grades -12 was $20.00.
7 toned with a Sabrina neckline
fi Various organizations approachthe
1t .fir and calla pointed sleeves.:
schools for contributions each
i Her headpiece was a pill box
year. One united drive eliminates of Chantilly lace reembroideredwith I
i numerous appeals throughout the x pearls. The fingertip veil
.. year. This is more convenient for r, yf was of French illusion. The
zf students., teachers, and parents. bride carried a small white I'

f. ( b I The charities contributed to each S Bible topped with a white orchid -
; ,year are Cancer, Tuberculosis, w and showered with stephanotis -

March of Dimes, Heart Fund, Cere- > tulle and satin.
bral Palsey and Red Cross. Part of Mrs. Lucian Conner of Starke I
.i11 sister of the bride, attendedher
L Li the money is used for emergency qs4
11. V as matron of honor. Brides-
., home relief. In the event of illness,
maids Included Mrs. C. H. Cal- l'
fire or other severe needs, the -d. lahan and Mrs. W. E. Shaaley
school is able to assist our students. a.4 of Miami also sisters and

The United Student Drive Com Mrs. Vernon Crosby of Starke,
mittee is composed of Mrs. Nan her sister-in-law. Flower girls I
"J amiwe'Il'help Bowen, Mrs. Florence Payne, Mrs. Wv were Gina Crosby and Kris
: Wheelus and Mrs. Betty Sprague, Crosby Starke, nieces of the
: yuui. Chairman. The Student Council, bride.

teachers, staff students, and our The attendants wore Identical -
.'. principal, Mr. Bonner cooperatedto gowns of all silk satin. The
for it .i..Y make this drive successful. American Beauty street-length
pay dresses featured Sabrina neck-
< Mrs. John Dayton, Spearses lines and removable domed
a ,I overskirts. Their headpieceswere
J bows designed with face
WE SALUTE. CRAWFORDVILLE veils. They carried fans with
ternary I be a 'problem'.deciding whtcb sprays of miniature carnaUow
PERSONALSSonny showered with Iilies-of-the-val-

model to buy; especially one to;suit:th:: i 1:4ay Hammick spent last week ley.J.
R. Spears served as hisIOn's
whole i end in Gainesville, visiting C. L.
r Jdrafly* -;, best man, and ushers
.. Townsend, Jr., who is a student at included Danny Spears, Jerry '

)> .... .-.- ., .' the University.Jack Spears and Marshall Spears,
r kF: 4t ,, srrr Pearce of Charleston, S. C., all of Crawfordville. Ringbearer -

<.. .- and Jerry Pearce of Tallahassee,' was CM Callahan of Miami.
Iii '. I spent the week end with their par- RECEPTION
4' ents, Mr. and Mrs. Moody Pearce. 1 The reception was in the
Representative and Mrs. Bobby Church Fellowship Hall. The

_, But* It's'.asy to'arrange th.' financing ::. Russ returned from New Orleans bride's table featured a four
..- !' '. ..--: here. Our low rates and sensible repay- last Thursday, Oct. 3. Mr. Russ returned encircled by and a garland a candle of fern tree
ment the cost of owning I' this week to the clinic in
plan keep a now and satin roses.

car.at_a "?Inlmu ., I New Orleans for further consula- Mrs. Owen Alvarez and Mrs.
tion.Mrs. Wallace Griggs both of Starke
Donald Tucker is a patientin cut the wedding cake and Mrs.
f!!! the Tallahassee Memorial Hos- Essie Sellette and Miss Linda
< : ? ?? __ pits!, where she underwent surgery Kelley, Jacksonville, poured. I
: last Tuesday. Serving were Mrs. F. L. Wat- '
LEWIS STATE ,BANK L Mr. Gillian Hanna of Quincy vis- terson, Mrs. Fate Brown. Miss
ited his daughter Mrs. Wooten Sue Jackson Miss Janice Con-
.. BAILEY ner, Miss Janelle Bullington,
.1. \.' D Smith last Sunday.
HOfA5 \
T 5 chools.endent a Miss Carol Farr, Miss Mary Bol-
of Mrs. George Walker, Mrs. Daisy
Superint linger. Miss Martha Susan I IRitch
Stato Creech and children, Hank and Hal
Mrs. J. C. Sapp, Mrs. I
: 41o.iJa OtceJE" -DUNEDIN TIMES spent last weekend in Chipley.Mr. Alvin Farr, Mrs. Woodrow

.. who personally believ Bible reading in thees and Mrs. A. R. Pearce, Jr. Thomas, .Mrs. J, G. Jacksonand I
: schools desirable and hop< it will be continued and family from Tallahassee visit- Mrs. B. M. McRae. I

,I MEMBER F.D.I.C -,': ,f' voluntarily when it can no It Mr.s Moody Pearce, last Sunday. by Miss Linda Sue Thomas of I
'. I ;:, ,. .. f./:: ;' ::; -t. '. The Sopchoppy and Crawford. Starke.

.: ', : .. .-- ST. MARKS NEWSMr. ville Methodist Church held their For their wedding trip to \
South Florida, the bride chosea
and Mrs. Steve Green spent quarterly conference at the Craw- I
beige silk shantung dress
the week-end visiting friends and fordville Church last Sunday night.
with matching ceat and acces
relative sin Dothan, Ala. The Rev. R. C. Holmes gave the :
sories.,The couple will be at
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\ r ::: >:;;:;::<:=- Mrs. Betty Archer has returned message at the evening service home after Oct. 14 at 1412 Colonial
home after a check-up in the clinicat presided over the conference following Drive. The bridegroom t

Bethesda, Md. the service. The Rev. Hol- is an employe of the Depart
Mrs. Sallie Coggins of Lakeland mes is the Superintendant of the ment of Agriculture. I

spent part of last week as the Tallahassee District. A covered

0 guest of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cog- dish dinner was served at 6 o'clock. I
The Rev. and Mrs. S. A. Coxwell 1

0 D @ @ gins.Mrs.. Stephen Blaha spent last announces the birth of a baby boy,
week in New Orleans on businessand I born last Tuesday night at the

visited friends. I' Tallahasse Memorial Hospital. REMOVEWARTS i
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cogdill spent

the week-end in Starke visiting the

R. R. McLendoa's. (

Mrs. Betty Alford has returnedto __ HAVE YOU \
her home after an illness at Tal-
TRIED IT VET? Amazing Compound Dissolve
@ill @ lahassee Memorial Hospital. Common Wart Away I\
Mr. H. H. DeShazo has returned. Without Cutting or Burning f

< home after a business trip to East I Gillette.Sup&t.BLU.LADE: Doctors warn picking or scratch ,
Orange, N. J. rug at warts may cause bleeding, ,
CANNON I spreading.. Now amazing Com
pound VV penetrates into warts E
COUSU mom S opt SCOMCMYMfart destroys their cells,actually melt?
TOWEL SET S E Invisible DeathA { r warts away without cutting or \
Y llei; burning.
: U.S. Atomic Energy Com- Painless, colorless .
: ,. mission scientist reports that SI/H'I- ,.;-" ,ISl( Compound removes W used as directed :
cell damage by hard radiation common warts safely, 1
1010r6lt effectively, leaves scari.PaBthcf
from cosmic rays and other no ugly .
sources may be the major NTS All OlUim tAXOt

: DJ !::I V mechanism of. aging.. j


:' During, October. and November t\\i\\ you will receive two 'large bath

towels, two hand towelsWand two wash_cloths in your 'Q4 Mksl

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.' choice of colors @( L if you 'install new electric dryer or washer-dryer' 9

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