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 17, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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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r VOLUME 65-NUMBER 8 [ ; CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA Thursday, October 17, 1963 i Price 10cPerp>pyCausseaux

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4-H Members Earn 30,000 Expected W.S.C.S. Holds High School Plans ': ;

Honor At Show In Perry Festival"Pine Joint Meeting Haloween Carnival Hendrickson -

r, Some of the area's finest 4-H Tree Capitol of the Sunshine z'y x, The Womans Society of_ Christian There is lots of excitement at Miss Julie V. Hendrieksoji.
Dairy animals were exhibited daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
State. Service of the Sopchoppy and Crawfordville High School this
here Saturday, with fchtries coating That's..the them* of the Eighth I Crawfordville Methodist Church week as plans progress for the annual Hendrickson and Mr. Carl Bobby

from J Jacksofl Lfc&i, Jefferson Annual Pine TreH Festival which w held a joint meeting at the Craw- Halloween Carnival to be Causseaux, 'ton of Mr and Mrs.G. .
Madison, Taylor, and Wakulla W. of Mr. and Mrs.G. .
will be heard far ahd wide whenan fordville Church Tuesday after- held Saturday October 26, begin- Causseaux
Counties. The program was W. Causseaux of Woodville
estimated crowd of over 30,000 noon Oct. 8. ning at 6:30 p.m.
opened with an invocation by Mrs.S. a married Sunday afternoon -
persons jam Perry Saturday to Mrs. Lyon Crosby of Greens- Many new activities are being Florida were
L. Moore of Crawfordville, anda celebrate the Festival in the Wakulla Methodist
help biggest boro, President of the Tallahassee planned in addition to the old
Welcome Address by Mr. O. E. of its type in the Nation. \ District was the guest speaker.Her favorites. Some that you may Church in Wakulla. The Rev. Luther ,

President of the Wa- Taylor County is the rightful talk was interesting to enjoy are: the turkey shoot, ball Stokes of Monticello performed -,
kulla Chamber of Commerce. The owner of the title of "Pine Tree very throw and other games of skill; ,the ceremony. The alter
the members she the
as explained
' Response to the Welcome was Capitol" and will be out to celebrate booths with surprises like the was banked with palms and ferns,
meaning and of theW.S.C.S.
given by John Taylor, 4-H Mem- the fact through a day of purpose fishpond and fortune teller; anda with white carnations, chrysanthemum -

ber. Mr. J. D. Turner, Chairman fun and festivities with 'thousands new attraction, the pony ring. and gladoli flanked with
Dinner served by the Craw-
\ of the Wakulla Board of County of visitors Festival Day. fordville members following the There will be the cake walk, and two seven branched candelabra

Commissioners, offered remarks The annual celebration, started the P.T.A. food booth for those holdings burning white tapers.
\ concerning the 4-H Dairy Pro- back in 1956 to celebrate the econ- meeting. Attending from Tallahassee with a hearty appetite. All this Family pews were marked with

gram and the facilities to further omic value of the pine tree has were Mrs. Glenn James, Mrs. at popular prices. white carnations tied with white

the 4-H program as a whole. come to typify the strong community -! John Sewell Mrs. James D. Plant The highlight of the eveningwill satin ribbon. Mrs. Cecil Forbeswas

Officials conducting the event spirit which developed in 7 11 and Mrs. Corinore Little. be the coronation ceremonies organist. '
included Mr. C. W. Reaves, State a decade- which has seen the From Sopchoppy Mrs. Richard at eight o'clock in the auditorium. .The bride was givenin mar-

Extension Dairyman. Gainesville; countyVmake a reversal from Sprague, Mrs. Elsie Roddenberry, A new and exciting program is be- riage by her father. .She wore

Mr. W. J. Platt Jr., District economic depression to fastest 3 ., ,f Mrs. Susie Roddenberry, Mrs. Harriet ing planned. Admission price is a gown of white lace, long tapered

Agent, Agricultural Extension growth rate in the Big Bend. P Wilder, Mrs. Lucille Harrell, only 250 which makes you eligiblefor sleeves shoulder length veil

Service, Gainesville; Mr. Grant Queen Suzanne Yhf Mrs. Lydia Isler, Mrs. Florida Roberts a mystery door prize-one for attached to a crown: She carrieda

Godwin, Associate State Boys' The Festival officially started '. ..b"a. Mrs. Ralph Brown, Mrs. Vas- students and one for adults. white bible with cascade boquetof

4-H Club Agent, Gainesville; Mr. October 10 when Suzanne Redmon sie Roberts Mrs. Audrey Rudd,', Support your favorite candidate white carnations and ribbons.
Edsel Thomaston Liberty County Mrs. Thalmage Crum and Miss Nails maid of honor -
beautiful 18-year-old daughter of, by buying ticket-votes for Miss Ann was
\ Agent; and Mr. W. C. Smith, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John H. Redmon of Donna Crum. the big drawing. The prizes this she wore a street length gownof

4-H District Chairman, Perry, Perry, danced off with the title I ... ; ,- From Crawfordville, representing year are: first prize-117 piece pink chiffon with light pink
Florida. ,:...... '. .. the guild were Mrs. Marilee San-
po and Miss
of Festival Queen-1963, a car .,; dinnerware ensemble (silverplateand nose gay
Presentation of awards were load of prizes, the right to reign .4 Bonyata and the following W.S.C.S dinnerware for eight) and dra' Linton was bridesmaid and

made by Mr. F. M. Dennis Man- over this year's Festival and to -' .4,' members, Mrs. Charles Dawson, second prize a handsome and wore street length gown of teal

ager of Sears Store in Tallahassee. represent the County during the : President Mrs. Mabal Pearce, Mrs. serviceable hunting jacket. Final, blue with pink carnation nose

This program, is sponsoredby coming year. ( ..: : 'r{ :. t Henry Smith, Mrs. Thomas Crawford vote count of tickets and money' gay. '
the Sears Roebuck Foundation.Dr. <-}-: ; Mrs. C. L. Rehwinkel, Mrs. bride's mother wore teal
Queen Suzanne took the coveted Mrs., R. B. Draughon, right explains The Womans Division of the will be made following the school The
Charles Field, representing title in close competition with coming North Florida Fair to Crawfordville Woman's Club President Ed. Levy, Mrs. Cecil Forbes Mrs. dismissal bell on Friday, October blue with white accessories. and

Commissioner Doyle Conner, pre 15 other loal lovelies who by Mrs.! Inez Walker. Mrs Draughton of the Tallahassee Womans Club George Stafford Mrs. John Paulig 25. Homemade cakes and pies will, white carnation corsage. Thegroom's
rented Chairman W. C. Smith their talent and hard work turned spoke to the local group about the Fair Exhibits. and Mrs. H. O. Meredith. be accepted and counted Satur- mother 'wore navy, blue

with a $100.00 check from the the high school stage into a little i day between 12:00 and 3:00 p.m. with white carnation corsage. The

State Department of Agriculture "Atlantic City" and made the at the gymnasium."I best man was Robert Causaeaux,

for the purpose of furthering this overflow crowd of Pageant goers would like to express tm cousin of the groom and Lee

4-H Dairy program. glad they bought tickets early., : gratitude of the faculty for the Causseaux,; brother* of -the groom
f' Events following included a'' Literally hundreds more would ::1 j fine support the community has was usher. Mark diver was ring

Dairy Judging Contest with two have attended the Pageant if spacp' !. given this event over the years," bearer.

: teams of 4 members each per had been available in the audi said Mr. Blanton. "Funds raisedat Following the ceremony a reception -

t county. This event was won by torium. |l 'I the Halloween Carnival have was given by the brides par-
to b Wakulla County's No. I Team Last Saturday night teeJ'agers',' been used to purchase film projectors ents in th e.arihex' of the church.

consisting of Danny Miller, David got the jump on the Adults when record players, stage curtains The bride's table va centered '

Harvey, John Taylor, and Donald the "Swinging Under, the Big ij public address systems, with a large three tiered cake,

Taylor. Second and Third place Top" dance was held at the local reading laboratories, maps and decorated with a minature bride

honors went to Leons No. 2 and gym- The big dance featured cir- globes and several other teaching I and groom. A punch bowl was at

No. 1 teams respectively.High cus decorations to tie in with appearance aids the regular budget would not the end with arrangements of

individual judging score this Saturday night of allow." ; white carnations and ferns. Miss

honors went to Donald Taylor of the F.S.U. Flying High Circus at s. Pam Oliver was in charge of the

Wakulla with a total of 174 : Pace 'Field.Adults Livestock Enteries guest book and Mrs. T. B. Green,

points. Walter Brown of Madison will get into the swing Mrs. Racheal Oliver and Mrs.

placed 2nd with 159 points. of things tomorrow night when Ahead of Last Year Bruce Alford assisted in serving.

For the main event, each 4-H two Festival dances are held. The TALLAHASSEE (Special) The bride is a senior at the
member received a cumulativescore Tree Festival High School and
traditional Pine Livestock exhibitors from at least Crawfordville
for his participation with Ball will be held at the Elks Lodge '+ four Southeastern States have en will continue her studies. The F

40 per cent of score to be basedon under the sponsorship of the Elks + n # tered more than 150 purebred cattle groom is employed at Kinnebrew

the placing of the animal, 20 anti Elks Ladies Auxiliary. The 4, in the huge North Florida Fair Motors, Inc., in Tallahassee. The i E

per cent for record book score, Ball will feature the music of The Md Beef Cattle Show to compete for couple will reside in Wakulla.

twenty per cent for showmanship Ryders and will begin at 9 p.m. more than $8,000 in prize money

and 20 per cent for fitting and Giving everybody a chance to c i the week of October 29 through

grooming of the animal. The in- dance their own style, the Jayceesare November 2. Tucker ReunionSet
dividual high scorer of the show Festival Round
sponsoring a
Eight purebred Angus herds,,
was John Taylor of Wakulla with and Square Dance at the Winn- f. four Hereford herds and a pairof For Saturday

P E a total of 89.8 points out of a I Dixie parking lot. Also startingat .a Brahma herds have already been Donald Tucker of Crawfordville

possible 100. Second and Third 9 p.m., it will feature the musicof t entered, and at least 25-30 ad- announced today plans have been

places went to David Register of "The Stringrans" string band ditional cattle are expected by the completed for the Annual Tueker

+' Jackson with 89.1, and ,Martha and the singing of nationally colse of registration, according to Reunion to be held Saturday, October -

Futch of Leon with 89.0. known popular recording star General Livestock Supt. B. R. Dur- 19, 1963 at the Otter Lake
Best record book was turned in Pendarvis a country and Picnic
Tracy den. area located one mile went
by Donald Taylor of Wakulla with artist. I
rock-and-roll of Panacea, Florida.
: Durden said the cattle show
a score of 97, followed by his' is Festival Day with registration -
I Saturday This annual
t R "is running well ahead"of event brings mem
t. brother John Taylor with a score] from early
t activities planned the 1962 schedule, and he also bers of the Tucker clan from as far
I of 96. Charles Field of Leon was! until late at night.Woman's .
morning forecast other States might get away as South Carolina and many
r of 92
3rd with a score points. I
sections of Florida.A .
entries in
before fartime.:
I Best fitted animal went to
Cynthia Winter of Leon. Best Club Breeders from Florida, Georgia seafood lunch will be served
,. ; .. at 1 :, *"*'* *
; Showmanship went to David -' ) Alabama and South Carolina are p.m. > lff!

= Register of Jackson with a score Meeting HeldThe already' officially in the huge show, Beulah Bajpritji 1 Sectary of the

followed John Tay which rates as Florida's largestAgricultural' reunion urges all descendants. to
f of 95.5 by Crawfordville Woman's Club attend. '. sfV?
t lor of Wakulla with a score of held its regular monthly meeting in I event. : >
; Durden pointed out that Breederswin State Senator Luther C. Tucker
95.0 and Martha Futch of Leon j
i October with the American Homes ;t !;
Wakulla more with their top- of Crawfordville said "The Tucker
and Donald Taylor of Department being in charge of the I s .. 5r money
i tying for 3rd with a score of 94. program. Mrs. Margaret Alligoodthe flight stock at the Tallahassee I reunion is growing each year and

t In total accumulated points for Chairman introduced the speaker # event, because high finishes mean the fellowship is enjoyed by all

, a county, Leon placed. 1st, Jackson Mrs. Mary Petrandis, home national recognition by the various members of the family., '-i .-.
r. placed 2nd and Wakulla placed .r Breeders' Associations and correspondingly -
economist with the Florida Power .
3rd.Results Corporation. Mrs. Petrandis of Ap RtP I more money for pure-
of the individual animal alachieola gave an illustrated lee bred stock raised by the winning Council Reunion
of local members are as breeders. '
placing ture on lighting in the home. She Held Successful'
follows: Holstein calf class Victories at the North Florida
assisted ,with the film
Donald' Taylor, 1st; Danny' Miller, was presen- Fair are eagerly sought by stock- The annual Council Reunion was
Mr. Sid Soule of Monti- y.f.
tation by
2nd. Jersey claf class-Chuckle men from throughout the South, held this past week-end Oeteter 12

Deal placed 1st with David ,Harvey cello.Mr. ; i for the Fair rates among the high- and 13, at the Reunion Groandcjn
and Mrs. Stone and daughter
placing 5th. Jersey Sr. calf est-regarded of all Agricultural Wakulla County with a record
class-John Taylor placed 1st. 'were special guests of Mrs. Pet- relatives and friends at
? k I shows, Durden pointed out. number of
Wakulla's No. 2 Judging Team,, randis and Mrs, Alligood. Along He said that Swine Show entriesfor tending. Approximately 250 persons -

composed of Tommy LiUiston,, with the program, Mrs George t the varied of competitiveevents attended the flab fry on Sat-
and Chuckle Deal Walker presented Mrs. B. R. Drau- : I 300
Bruce Harvey [ are slightly behind schedule uroay night with about peneM
of the Home Division of Tal-
placed 8th. ghon P but predicted a late surge of registration attending the basket lunch OB S niay. -
lahassee Woman's Club who ex-
'.' will make the 1963 editionof .
plained about the participation of 4 ,
i the Barrow, 4-H and FFA and Relatives from allover the Mate
the Club in various exhibits. at the
Horn \ Open Swine shows "as good or,better" attended, .along with member*
Dr. Van North Florida Fair. Mrs. Averitt from Georgia and S rth
than last year. he family
Resigns HereDr. accompanied Club was Mrs.beautifully Draughon.The deco- I Four-H and Future Aarmers of Carolina.; Horace CouseH, Ridge

America competition is always Manor, Florida and Hortense Gw n-
K. L. Van Horn, Director of rated by Mrs. Alligood who was I who
school Georgia
;heated because the two eil Tinsley, Albany,
the Wakulla County Health Dept. assisted in serving refreshments by members
1- hold their the oldest
i based organizations ire twins were
has resigned effective Oct. 30, the members of her ; Council
committee \ statewide shows at the North Florida attending, and Winona
Mrs. Al Bevis, Mrs. Lois Willis J, Gary
1963.Dr. 'I Ar .I Fair, with winners gaining laughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Van Horn gave budgetary and Mrs. George A. Sr. the
beech attend was
chances to CrawfordviBe
| recognition, plus Council,
conditions in Jefferson county as
I' the national meetings of both roungest. At the Business Meetta
his for resigning.
He has served as director for: groups later in the year. !following the basket loach Mr.
both Jefferson and Wakulla NOTICEAll Warren Council Raker was
county. :. neWs' items must be in our NickelcidesWeedicides hairman of the affair for the next

Dr. Van Horn will take a 1 office not later than 930 on Tuesday New members of the Crawfordville High School FFA Chapter dressed like girl daring, their initiatiai L fungicides, pesticides, eat. -
in Bertie county I morning for publication ceremonies last. week: Top left to right: Wayne Strickland, Dennis Metcalf David Harvey, :James Gipson,. herbicides, insecticides, nemato- lr
(similar position I Duane Gowd,, Daniel Knight., Allen Lord, DeVancuMoore Donald Taylor Douglas Harris. Bottom same cides and plant nutrients are made r
North Carolina. Thursday. order:-Allen Loftin, Jerry Carnthen. Clint Nazworth. Botch Taff. David Harrington Eddie Lee Herman of nickel chemicals for the agricul-I

. Mike Gray, Tommy Gorman Donnie Thompson. tural industry.

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t, COUNTYThursday NEWS I II ,' +
J' 2 October 17,.1953COUNTY p
U. MAN WANTED to manage and .
operate a retail Watkins Route in AVAILABLE NOW AT

WAKULLA this area. Earnings of $125.00 per __ TallahasseeFlowers

NEWS week from the very beginning -
Write Mr. McGarity P. O.Box 627, YOUR LOCAL _
,; Williston Florida. Oct. 17-24-31 .
& Inc.
Telephone WAlnut 6-3301 : ii.

: p : F-R-M FEED DEALER (f I 'K.
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Virginia Keijhtley ., M-, ;... Editoi 200 Pine Fence For Sale Post. -35c each,, EACH' "25 LB. BOX ...I _. .' ', 5.'
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.Roland Harvey WA-6-3436. _;
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Entered at Crawfordville, Flori]
as second class matter. Subscription LEGAL NOTICE \ .

rate: $3.00 per year Notice of Election J : Formerly Tillm an's ,
The biennial district election for (Contains 100 gms. Terramycin. per Ton) .
the purpose of electing Trusteesand 10.- EAST JEFFERSON STREET
the district mill- '

If You Need. : age for determining the next two years will be FLINT RIVER MILLS : 1: ,.
held Tuesday, November 19, 1963. S
I Office Supplies j Any registered voter who pays a ; [
Business Machines ;tax on real or personal property .
Office Furniture within the district shall be entitledto TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA PHONE 224-5023 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDAor

See or Call vote in the election. WA G-IM1: : eRA\ 'FOIUUVII.LE
The usual polling places for each
RANEY WHALEY" precinct will be used at this elec-

atCAPITAL tion. The Board of County Commissioners Appointed the following I '
HENRY A. CRUM, Chairman
named persons to serve as Clerks and Managers for .
Board of Public Instructions : .
November 5 1963 General Election
EQUIPMENT CO. C. L. TOWNSEND, SuperintendentBoard :
319 South Adams St. of 'Public Instructions Wakulla: Thelma Jernigan, Clerk Pauline Wetherington, -
Comer E. PensaeolaTALLAHASSEE October 17-24-31 November 7 Edna Lovett Sarah Meador. realfamily : 1
FLORIDA St. Marks: Mrs. Luther Franklin, Clerk, Mrs. Jack Ward, : ;

-- .- Mrs. Birdie Coggins, Mrs. Nora Bishop. '

STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP. I Newport: :Marie L. Drake Azelle Lambert, Offi e Granthan,
( of October 23. 1962; Section 4369. I
1. Date United of filing States: Oct.Code 1963.) Panacea: Paul Schmidt, Clerk, Benjamin :Metcalf,. :Mrs. security. .
2. Title of publication: Wakulla Geneva Barwick, Durwood Vause.i i
County News.
3. Frequency of issue: Weekly. Medart: Viola Tully, Clerk, Ira Whaley, ilrs.Vilmer.
4. Location of known office of publication -
(Street city county state. Whaley, Mrs. Verdie Eubanks [
zip Florida.code): Crawfordville. Wakulla, Ivan: Lency Spears Clerk, Mildred Spears :Mattie Craw- ...Put your money in a savings account here,add to it regularly

and 6. Names managing and editor addresses: Publisher of publisher(Name ford, Nellie Mathers. : and we'll keep adding interest. It's safe and dependable,

Box and address 307. Crawfordville.): Fred L. Keightley.Fla. P. O. River Sink: Dan Miller, Clerk, Mary Jane Chapman, Clara and your savings here are always worth one hundred centson

Editor M. (Name Keightley.and P.O.address Box.): Virginia 307.! Mae Laird, Sherlie Strickland. the dollar, in all kinds of financial weather.

( Crawfordville. Fla. Crawfordville: Mrs. Judy Pigott Clerk, A. N. Revell, Henry
7. OWNER; Fred L. Keightley. P.O.
Box 10.307.The Crawfordville.average No. of Florida.copies each Vause, Lena Stafford. }| Start now and watch your money grow as your family grows. ,

issue during: preceding 12 months: Arran: Marie Herndon, Clerk, Clayton Taff, Sallie Harvey,
900 copies printed
800 paid circulation. Louise Trull. 1[

Single Same. issue nearest to filling date: Spring Creek Odell Gray, Clerk, Precilla Porter, Mrs. :Mary
Total No. of copies distributed .
: 800.I
PANACEABARBER certify that the statements made Cargal, Mrs. Docia Hodges.

by me above are correct Fred and L. complete.Keightley Vereen: Ronnie Spears, Clerk, Gene .Miller, Bert Thomas, : bs.

SHOP \ Paul Miller, Clerk. .

Sopchoppy: John Davis Jack Edwards, Myron Hodge, As.. S
Open Only On bees .Barber Shop Braxton Barwick Clerk. J Wf>

Tuesdays and Saturdays 2238 SoutH Monroe Smith Creek: Mrs. Opal Langston, Clerk, Mrs. Lettie Lang- .ct4

8OOAJU.to8OOP.M. ston, Mrs. Myrtle Brown, Mrs. Minnie Berry. ) l-F .
BOYS $1.00 :
Boys and Mens REGULAR "

Haircuts $1.00 Open.6.days a week, Friday I L:. .Q.v1' 1f ,4

Four master barbers toserve
you. ; :t? ,
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For Sale, sacrificing large, beaU : DEE COOK. Owner Now Showing Today thru SaturdayKirk 4, ;
ful home on the river and five -j ".
the best business lots on the High-

way in Sopchoppy, Florida, for Douglas Shirley Jones : I _
$11.500 cash. home always rented
MAN WANTED to manage and James Mason
Gig Young
for $130 per month, large flowing
Watkins Route in
operate a retail ..
well. P. O. Box 187, Sopchoppy };
this area. Earnings of $125.00 per
Fla. week from.-he very beginning "20,000 LEAGUES "A TICKLISH
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Write Mr. McGarity, P.O. Box 627, < '
Williston Florida. Sept. 19-26 Oct. UNDER the SEA" AFFAIR"
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[This is to certify that my wife, I
Bette Ann Spears, has deserted me BROWNING BROS.Construction OUTDOOR ON WOOBVIUE HWY. 4.N .
without cause and that I am not s
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responsible for any debts made by
her. Excavatingand Today thru Saturday Today thru Saturday
Willie Jack Spears Land Clearing Bob Cummins Laurence Harvey
Sept. 26, Oct. 3, 10, 17. Dorothy Malone Jane Fonda .

Day Phone 222-9065 "BEACH PARTY" "'VALK'ONTHE

CLASSIFIEDNo Night Phones: 224-8801 Plus Co-Feature WILD SIDE"

down payment, 3 bedroom 24.4893'WOOVILLE Cliff Richard"WONDERFUL
brick homes, $6,700. Completely Plus Companion LEWIS STATE BANK
Paul Newman
finished. ,Write Box 324 or FLORIDA
Phone 377-6838, Cario, Georgia. TO BE YOUNG" "gUD"
Oct. 3101724.

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Tallahassee Business Firms

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DIRECTORYPalornize I .j-': I j

These Advertisers : NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That J. H. Hudson, the holder of FRIDAY
following certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to be
I issued thereon. The certificate numbers and years of issuance, the and SATURDAY'Picnic
decription of the property, and the names in which it was assessedare
.F ,R "M.'FEEDS O. I. GRAMLING as follows: .

HAMS, Ib.( 35c
& CO. Little Folks Store CertiiYear Description of property Name in
Inc. cafe of 1,.
One-Stop Service for "The Capital'sMajors No nuance whichNW T-BONE STEAK 69c

,Feed -Seed -Fertilizer Children' Furniture for Minors"Toys 56 1953 % of NW %, less 10 u.eutd

Flint River Mills ; Poultry Supplies Game, Hobbies acres on E aide of Sec. 9, Dandy SAUSAGE, 3 Ibs .' 99c
2015 S. Monroe Baby Accessories T 5 S, R 2 W, '30 acres. G. J. Langston
Ph. 223-0274 Garden ToolsSo. 133 N. Monroe St. ,Ph. 222-1146
.Adam. at S.A.L.R.R. 51 1954 Begin at NE corner of Lot Pure CANE SYRUP, '/2 gal. 79c
Creasing 1 of Plat of land filed in

DB 9, page 8, run S 70
Phone 2230173Capital
yards, W 70 yards,,N 70 yds Bama SALAD qt.
to POB in SE % of Sec. 12,
.. \ SUBER & T 5 S, B 3 W, Yt acre Rachel Booth Pure Hog LARD, Vi gal. J 49c
Light. 'Weight and Regular .Seeds. Fertilizer Baby : 9 1958 SE % of NE % of SE '

Concrete Blocks Farm SuppliesCor. '., of Sec. 9, T3 S. R 1 W, 10 Fresh BANANAS ., lOc

Hanson, Wood and Gaines and Woodward'Sts. acres. Blanch Hinton ''' ; ,

Hoel. Ind., Inc. Tel. 2225960RckerAlford' 7 ,1961 An undivided 1/11 interest APPLES bag of 25 ,' ", .49c
S. Adams St. at 4PointsTel. Stone Co. f .- -- in all except 200 acres in Heirs of ,

.222-6840 P. O. Box 661 : Since 1908 S.' Lot 82, H.S., 14 6/11 acres. 'Willie Sanders SHOP HERE FOR YOUR

BRONZE All of aid property being in the County of Wakulla, State of Florida.
Yeager, MEMORIALS Co. Unless such certificates or certificate shall be redeemed according Seed, Feed, Fertilizer and Stove Pipe
to law, the property described in such certificate or certificates will
'i Inc. Cemetery Work of AU Type -The Port Hotue" be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first SHOP and SAVE AT
508 W. Gaines St.-Tel.223-0719 Anything for your auto truck Monday in the month of November 1963, which is the 4th day of
.er or tractor. Also for your power Nov. 1963.
Bonds F. Buchan Mgr. .
Inmranee x.-t- lawnmower. and much for your i t Dated.this. 8th day of October, 1963. PIGOTT'S STORe
214 S. Adams St.. -TeL 222-4680 boat. Moody Pearce
',,,"Tii..... .'' 208 N.Adams St.* Ph.222-3380 Clerk Circuit Court of MEDART
,... '':T.I. Wakulla County, Florida. .
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1.I; ,. Thursday WA&ULLA, October COUNTY 17 N1CWB,}963'-3" Minutes of County f, .

,tf I..:'', I School Board. ; Golden '. SUPPORT YOUR BAND. ,:" ,
I 'Your "
Panthers Win Over 'Key. :
September 25, 1963 I f Radio. to be Given Away ,
Marianna The Wakulla County School, .q
I< The Panthers from C.XLS. had Board met in Special Session on December 13th i ,
i. a fine offense for the Thursday for September the purpose 25, 1963 of the at 9:00 final a.m. To New .Can s.. Enjoyment Crawfordville School '
night game with F.S.B. at Mari -
and tentatively accepting -
anna. the "- ':0' Donations 35c ,'.; '
The Panthers went on, the two Gymns at Sopchoppy and .. .; '.11"", .
ground and through the air for Shadeville. The Chairman, Mr. :

t'n out Crum, called the meeting to order .... .
25-18 win with the following members T ::rand
a for their second viet present Model P930-B4ack
, tory in two starts. : : Mr. Gowdy, Mr. Posey, Mr. charcoal gray
The Panther defense left much Roddenberry and Mr. Paulk.
L to be desired as it allowed the The Board members, the Board's 0. S
f'J to score 18'points. Architect Mr. Ernest Daffin, the gold key
! The) entire Panther team play- Contractor, Mr. Richard Winchester .;
: ed good ball with the following inspected the Gymns. However, the __ ___
R f. boys singled out for extra praise; Board did not take any action in II I4 1hlhTw ==1f1S
" Welch, Reeder, Spears Core, regards to the approval of the was-S '
f Cutchin, Warmack, Miller, and Gymns because they were waiting i new car financingFree

r Wilson. for the approval of the State De- : to ,Ni
I.;; The Panthers entertain the partment of Education. .
strong Carrabelle team here Fri- Moved by Mr. Paulk and seconded t"t
J. day night, October 18, at 8:00 by Mr. Roddenberry that the :
Carrabelle, even for the season Board adjourn. gold key to fit the -
,. at Twins and 2 loses will give the Voting for the motion was Mr. .
(: young Panthers their severest Posey. Mr. Paulk, Mr. Rodden- 4e new car financed with's.. .

l test to date. The Mullets with 11 berry, Mr. Gowdy and Mr. Crum. '- ,. S.S, .
r lettrmen back form s r :"b : iiii--.S- M.
an exper- Henry A. Crum, ChairmanC. ,
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ienced, tough team. The Panther L. Townsend, Superintendent : ': '" ". : 41r.
t line-up will be at almost full \ !

I strength as all injured players October 8, 1963 ... ;
1 2 back in action. :'-. .
except or are The Wakulla
County School .'-:;-. f
Board met in Special Session at I
\ Jr. Panthers lose at Monticello.The 7:30 p.m. October 8, 1963, for the .' : ,.'" : II I
Cubs lost a hard fought :
game of the final
purpose approval of 'I
Monticello 7-0 last week. 'r.'
at the two and Your'e
Gymns to determine .
The local get a chance to even what
further action to take on the '
the series here Tuesday nightat new well at Sopchoppy. The Chairman 7o >. ..
7:00 when the two teams meet ,
Mr. Crum, called the meetingto 5
t again. order with the .
following mem- -
time 7:00 Oct "' ,' .
Game Tuesday "
bers present: Mr. Gowdy, Mr. ,- i .,41
22. ';;J:; ,
Posey, Mr. Roddenberry and Mr. '. .- Invited
I Paulk., \ ; '
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The Board took no action on approving : ., :-' ,
the Gymns. : '0 ;>
f PINES Moved by Mr. Gowdy and secind- 4. :,' '
( ed by Mr. Roddenberry that the :
interest '
Stand Tall Board "
adjourn. .
') Voting for the motion was Mr. .:," .:...'.';,.: per annum ';,. .:'
r niir In Florida'sFuture Gowdy, Mr. Posey, Mr. Paulk, Mr. : '.' .;' discounted ." : :' ',.',' ,

Roddenberry and Mr. Crum. ,
Henry A. Crum, ChairmanC.

L. Townsend, Superintendent ....
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J. . --.. -, Check this program for a day of fun '
in Florida's Pine Tree Capitol. .

"P'ti';" ,
T-BONE STEAK, lb. : 69c ., 4 S > ;".;<>"" SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 '
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GROUND BEEF, lb. ___-49c '

NECK BONE, lb. 15c 9:00 a.m.Flag Raising.Ceremoniess'S. .

J All MEAT STEW, lb. 59c r 9:15 a.m.Children's Games
I Irish POTATOES," 10 lbs. ._ 36c 10:00
Fresh TOMATOES, lb. L 15c '.
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: GREN BEANS ]b. __- 15c '. : :: ',

\, BANANAS, 2 lbs. __ : 18c $.:;;::;Talk,,,,,, to. one. of these." men about..the loan ,. Frozen CREAM PIES, 49c ; ." (Awards)

I Chocolate, Cocoanut, Lemon ..
11:00 a.m.FABUl.oTJ. .J1. .+.."T""T.... .n", .",,'e
I Libby TOMATO JUICE, 46 oz. ___ 29c --- ---- "nu

Stokeley CATSUP, 14 oz. 19c 120 UNITS, 10 BANDS,

I Maxwell House INSTANT oz. .

Flowing Gold SYRUP, 5 Ib. jug _.__ 59c 12:00 NoonFREE FISH FRY

4 Penn Champ ANTI-FREEZE ____,_._______$1.59 Festival Park

l SUWANNEE STORE i.,., 2:15 p.n.Fun* and Forestry

CRAWFORDVILLE, FLA. ': ReF .r" Contests for all ages,
(Hundreds of dollars
Mm.laabeBe ForUa Mfr. "., : v
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; Coin, ,Operated LaundermatCrawfardville GLENN McCLELLAN SAM MURROW 7:301., ;jp.m.. .F_. S.. .U."FLYING .

i Asst. Vice President Manager Parkway Branch ,". ;},'" .. -HIGH CIRCUS"
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{ :5 Open best for you! Call one of these men at

.', 24 Hours a Day 224-3161 TallahasseeHOME Chamber join the Perry-Taylor County
of Commerce in
.j 2s'c to join the 30,000 persons expectedto
shers' ,25c
: ,, Dryers MONTHLY PAYMENTS celebrate the Pine Tree Festival.
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f We also invite you to use the.. $10.000 809 71.65 6U4 '

i $15.000 Mass 107.A7 96.65 ,
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: Coin Operated Laundry
$20.000 t asaas 143.29 128.87
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Commissioners SOPCHOPPY 4
NEWSMrs. -
Florida Forest Service Junior 4-H Club I Thursday, October 17, 19$3 .
Of Meet PERSONALSThe Delmar Roberts was honored -
Rainfall Report Meet Oct. 8 County with a surprise birthday party
I Council Family held their
16 1963
September ,
Sunday, October 13 at the home of
by Linda Lawhon annual reunion the ST. MARKS NEWSMrs.
family over
-: The Board of County Commis-
The Florida Forest her son and daughter-in-law Mr.
Service re orts the ,
The Junior 4-H club membersmet weekend. A Fish held Sat-
Fry was
sioners of Wakulla County met this [ .
rainfall and Mrs. Delbert (Bud) Roberts.. Ruby Shields visited with
following recorded at Wakulla Oct. 8 1963. Our leaders the Reunion
date in Crawfordville with the urday evening in her
Other son, Curtis and family Jast
County Towers for the week of October Mrs.Jerry Gowdy and Mrs. Lim. following present: Building on the L E.. Council Mrs. Jerry people Hodge present, were Miss Mr.Valerie and: week after attending the funeral of

8 through the 14th. baugh. We elected officers at our J. D. Turner, Chairman Willard grounds in Crawfordville, a dance Hodge Joe Hodge, Miss Susan her son-la 4aw Lt. Jack Dorsey in
last meeting. They are Carter Vice-chairman due was held at the Womans Club, Sat-
absent Hodge Miss Kelly Hodge, Mr. and Tampa. She has now returned to
Crawfordville. President, Melinda Harvey; Vice to serious illness of Sam urday night and the dinner at noon
.00 son, Mds. Eddie Earl Roberts Miss De- her home in Bradford, MaN.o .
Lorreta Laird Secretary
Kewport .00 President, ; Smith, Ralph Strickland and F. T. on Sunday, at the Reunion Hall. siree Roberts, Miss Dawn Roberts, Mrs. Annie Templeton of Stark-
Ouida Harvey; Treasurer
Roberts, commissioners. J. H Hudson Senator Luther Tucker and Fred ville Miss is the of Mr. and
Average .00 Debra Coxwel Recreation Leader, Mr. and Mrs. Delton Colvin, Mr. guest
Beverly Spears; Council Delegate, County Attorney and Moody Keightley attended the Rotary Club and Mrs. Wesley Smith, Miss June Mrs. Paul Kreager and is enjoying
:: Pearce, Clerk Circuit Court. meeting last Thursday noon. Octo- viisting her in the
Fires since Koweta Whaley; Reporter Linda Roberts;, Delbert Roberts, Jr., J. L many .friends
: 1,3.963 54 Minutes of the last meeting were ber 10, as guests of Mr. David Gas- Roberts Crandall county.
Roberts and
Fires same: period last to Lawhon. read and kins in Wewahitchika, Florida.
year approved. Mrs.
We meet on the fourth Tuesdayof .Miss Dianne Roberts. Mrs. Roberts Ruby spent seme
Acres burned this On the motion of Commissioner Later in the day they attended a time last
year 26A 2 each month. At our last meet- received some very nice gifts. week visiting her niece,
Acres turned sane: period: last year43' O ing there was 29 present. Strickland the Mosquito Control planning meeting of the committee Constitution in- Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Reynolds announces i Mrs .Robert Poppie and family in
Budget was accepted as presentedby Day celebration the marriage of her Hilton Georgia.

Mr. Burl Carraway, Director. ,Port., St. Joe, to be. held December daughter Wibna Jean to Oather Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Langsten cf

The Board approved the vouchers <, iSOO..nl"'t Gren son of Mrs. R. A, Green of Pensacola were the week-end guest
r before them and directed that war- Mrs. Mary McLeod, nutrition Crawfordville. They were married of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
1 1 p : r rants be issued in payment there- consultant with the Florida State October 12, in Bainbridge Ga., and Smith.

for, and there being no further Board visited the Health Depart- are making their home with her Mrs. and Mrs. B. A. Cogdill of

business coming to the attention of ment last week. parents until she completes this Tampa were the over-night guestsof
l O. I. GRAMLING & Co..I C the Board the same was adjournedon Mrs. Anita Townsend, Public school year. his brother Mr. and Mrs. J. S.

duly made motion. Health Nurse for Wakulla County, Mrs. Sim Land has returned Cogdill enroute to their Mountain

/ Feed Seed Fertilizer Tools ATTEST: Moody Pearce, Clerk attended the Florida Health Con- home after spending several daysin home in Cloud land. Georgia.Mrs. .
APPROVED: J. D. Turner, vention in Orlando last Wednesday the Carrabelle Hospital. Ann McDoughnell of Tallahassee -
1010 S. Adams Miss Mercedes
r Chairman through Saturday. Mr. Clyde Morrison is in the visited with her sister,

Phone 223-0173 Murphy, Mental Health worker, Talahassee Memorial Hospital. We Mrs. Evelyn Harrell and enjoyed a

ADOPTION OF BUDGET also attended. wish him a speedy recovery. good mullet supper one night last
September 24, 1963 Mrs. Wooten Smith spent last Walter Lee Roberts visited his week.

The Board of County Commissioners Friday and Saturday, visiting in parents Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Rob-I Mr. Don Outzs of Tallahassee

of Wakulla County met Tampa.Mr. erts over the week-end. spent Sunday with his parents, Mr.
this date in Crawfordville for the and Mrs. W. T. Sanders of Miss Nona Revell of Tallahassee and Mrs. A. D. Outzs.

Graco Poultry Feeds z:( purpose of hearing complaints and Sopchoppy spent last Wednesdayand spent the week-end with her sister, Mr, and Mrs. E. B. Martin, Mr.
feedfor' recommendations' as to the 1963-64: Thursday visiting their daughter Mrs. Amanda Stuber. |G. C. Caler, and Mr. H. L Archer

Feed':) budget and on the motion of Com- Mrs. C. L Townsend and Mr. Mrs. and Mrs. Roy Lett and chil-have returned to their winter
Graco Horse and Mule missioner Smith seconded by Com- Townsend. They had lunch Thursday dren of Tallahassee visited Mrs.Lett's .'''homes here.

missioner Strickland the Clerks with Mr. Sanders sister, Mrs.A. mother, Mrs. Carrie Ash-!I Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Roberta
Tentative Budget was adopted this N. Revell and Mr. Revell.W. more Sunday. 'and daughters of Yankeetown
Sweet Feed Jr. who is in the .
S. Sanders,
date,* Dinner guests of Mrs. Mattie.,spent the week-end visiting Mr.-
BABY CHICKS Ascention Is-
ATTEST: Moody Pearce, Clerk service stationed at L Revelle Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.land Mrs .Robert Floyd and Mrs.
his sister, Mrs. CL
Graco Dairy Feed APPROVED: J. D.irner, land visited Steve Revell Miss Renee Revell,:Nora Bishop. Mrs. Bishop returned
ChairmanOctober Townsend last week. Montgomery Revell, Mrs. Tom Mc-home with them for a visit.
ONION SETSCOLLARD Tucker has returnedto
Mrs Phaul and James Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward and son,
Graco. Pig and Hog Feed 7, 1963 her home from the Tallahassee Week-end guests of Mrs. Mae Bill were the week-end guest of

every The Board of County Commis- Memoria hospital Raker and Miss Lilla Raker were I their son, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
& sioners of Kakulla County. met this Mrs. Beulah Pelt. has returned I'
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Carter and Ward of Tampa.
Cotton Seed Meal vacationin
date in Crawfordville with the following home from a. five weeks and daughters Sandra and Debibe, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Coggins are

CABBAGE PLANTS present: J. D. Turner, Ashville, North Carolina and Mrs.: Don Thompson of Tal- visiting in Tampa with their daughter -

Cotonseed and Chairman, Ralph Strickland, Sam Atlanta.Mr. Robison of lahassee, and Mrs. Clarence Har- Mrs. Albert Holman who has
need Smith and F. T. Roberts, Commis- and Mrs.visited Ralph Mr. and Mrs. vell and her daughter Sarah. recentyl undergone surgery.the .
FALL GARDEN SEEDS sioners, vice-chairman, Carter absent Tallahassee Terry Crum visited his father,
Feed Ingredients due to illness of son. J. H. W. R. Taff last Sunday. Sealey Crum over the weekend.Mrs. .
returned to
1 Hudson County Attorney and Mrs. S. A. Coxwell Wilma Revell is in the Car-

We ferrite' you to come in soon for high quality feeds, .. ,.. Moody Pearce Clerk. her home Monday from their the Tallahassee baby- rabelle Hospital.

no matter what need.USED .: Minutes of the last meeting were Memorial with Miss Carraway of Tallahassee
your / October 9, name Ashley
read and approved. boy born spent the week-end with her past 14 months, in Boston
': .; CRAB DISPOSAL AREA Lee, weight 6 lbs. 9 oz. mother, Mrs. Faye Carraway.Mr. Mass. Welcome home Sharon-

'. ',;. County Sanitarian, Bill Braatz, Mrs. Eugene Raker is a patientin David Wood of Greenville hope you will stay this time.

; ; :' ': : c' I reported that conditions at Buddy the Tallahassee Memorial Hos- Florida visited Mr. and Mrs. L C. The Ochlocknee Restaurant i if

{: ?;, : Crum hog feeding pen appeared to pital.Mrs. returned Sapp Monday. serving some delicious Bar-B-Cue

.;. 'y .:.t, .r ..'S'o meet all sanitary requirements and Benard Wilson Memorial Terry Barwick has returned Beef pork and chicken. It is all
: : that he knew of no legal means to home from the Talahassee home from Pensacola ,after spend- hickory smoked.
: :'Y : ;: stop the. operation. He further Hospital, last Monday.Mr. of ing a couple of weeks there with Miss Ruby Lee Milam and Mr.
r :; 7 John Strickland
\ r> ; stated that the odor violated no and Mrs. friends. George Metcalf were married in
: : Hill Road were injuredin
sanitary rule. the Spring Bethel Church at Panacea Park,
Mr. John Stead, Realtor, 9300 a car wreck last Monday even- October 12. The Rev. Emmett Wha-

Mahan Drive, Tallahassee, appeared ing. They are both in the Tallahassee PANACEA NEWSBy I ley officiated. The bride is from
and the extent -
before the Boar dand offeredhis Memorial Thomasville, Georgia. Mr. Metcalfis
services to the board regarding of the injuries is not known at Eva CosperWe employed at Tarpon Marina in

CARS future drainage problems which th sitime. regret very much to hear Panacea and the couple will make
that Gus Brumby died Thursday
. might 'occur, charges for which their home in Panacea.
his home. Oour
night at deepest
would be $100.00 per day. Miss Sharon Geeslin is now at 1
sympathy out to his widow,
TAX ROLLS ACCEPTEDOn goes home with her parents Mr. and
Submerged AlloyIn .Ruby Brumby.
the motion of Commissioner Mrs. Jack Geeslin.
Top Qua//fy// Top Condition Strickland the 1963 tax rolls were the new Glen Canyon Dam on i Mrs. Kenneth Faiver has been in Miss Geraldine Stribling of Warner -
AssessorMr. the Upper Colorado River working II Punta Gorda, Florida to install the
accepted from the Tax Robbins Georgia and Mr. Na-
# 0 parts which are submerged in concrete I officers of Charlotte Community
Ferrell. than Thompson, Jr were married
or deep water are made of a Hospital Auxiliary. On October
The Clerk, Moody Pearce, warn- nickel-copper alloy. Since this alloy I October 12, at 3:00 p.m. at the Pan-
1962 .t i t ftf GE, 8 Cylinder, 2 door, $1395 1 ed the Board that present rate of was specially developed to resist II 17th and 18th she will particiate ina acea Baptist Church. Rev. Emmett

... Radio and Heater, Standard pay and the number of employees corrosion and wear by sand, silt I two day training course for Vol- Whaley performed the ceremony.Mr. .

Transmission, excellent ,.,-. now on the road and bridge crew and water, it is particularly suited unteers in Atlanta, Georgia. Thompson is employed by the
for such I Miss Sharon Geeslin, the daughter -
would overexpend the amount budgeted parts where maintenanceand Dan Carter Construction Companyin
replacement is most difficult. of Col. and Mrs. W. F. (Jack)
for the coming year. Tallahassee. The couple will live
Geeslin, is now back home here in
$5 9 5 Commissioner
Heater 7 On the motion of in Panacea.
Station ,
1959 RAMBLER Wagon, Commis- Panacea.. She has been living, for
Strickland, seconded by
Real Good Shape
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sioner Roberts, Mr. Scott Roberts'was !
give n3 days work per week as

1961 CHEVROLET, 2 door, Hardtop' Impala, Power county mechanic. (Edward Thomas
Steering, Power Brakes, Radio and $1 7 9 5 Roberts, 262324281)The t H J M -

Heater, Automatic Transmission, Board directed the clerk to i,, :

A Bargain _, write the City of Sopchoppy and
the Board would repair -
advise that

1957 CHEVROLET Belair, 4 Door, Radio $1 0 9 5 bridge in question in would Sop-
provided the city
and Heater, Automatic Transmission, choppy

Real Clean _____- furnish the material.. -
'" The Board approved the vouchers 4 .;
before them and directed that war-

1957 FORD,V8 Station Wagon, Radio d $295 rants be issued in payment thereforand p" '_'w wr x

Heater, Automatic Transmission. A. there being no further business : 'I
; Real Good Buy .! coming to the attention of the .
board the same was adjourned on

duly made motion.
$995 ATTEST: Moody Pearce, Clerk
1959 CHEVROLET, 6 Cylinder,: APPROVED: J. D. Turner,
4 Door, Heater, '- ChairmanEducation
1 WeekTo r

1959.CHEVROLET, 6 Cylinder.'1-2''Ton. '. $995 Be Observed 5 Tat.i )I ..

'1. Pick-up truck Real Clean.., .-.. "Education Strengthens the Na-
.;, : tion."
That's the theme for the week-
long American Education Week to
1962 CHEVROLET, 6 Cylinder,'Greenbriar, .
be observed in Wakulla
$1495 County
." *::... Heater, Real Nice __, L November 10-16. ,

4y Mrs. Payne, chairman of the
.;. .. ..' Local American Education Week ;- -

committee said that the theme is Sopchoppy Cheer Ledl'S are: Patsy Roberta and Judy Chason kneeling Nena Strickland Linda Strick
highly appropriate in light of land Dorothy Gray and Betty Site McLaughlin standing'
CHEVROLET Station Wagon, V8, 4. Dr. Radio current I
and Heater, Air Conditioned, ,- world conditions. Not only has
Power Brakes Power SteerIng $1 195 education contributed directly to
1 Owner the technological changes which an-
nually increase the standard of liv-

ing and wealth of the nation, but

.,1957 SPORTS l\IODEL'VOL'SWAGON $19 5'- it stands as a primary bulwark in

""" c 'Radio and Heater, Clean..:....,, : the ideological battle between East I.
". .. and West.

Every year, during the week in
which Veterans' Day occurs, American .
1958 PLYMOUTH, 8 cylinder, 4door, Education Week is held to put
Radio adn Heater, AutomaticTransmission '$295 the spotlight on what the schoolsare ht

., Nice doing. National sponsors are rfi
the National Education Association

The American Legion, National

WE HAVE' MORE TO OFFER AT I Congress of Parents and Teachers,
and the U. S. Office of Education. I

I I American Education Week is expected -
to draw throngs of parents

ALFORD CHEVROLET CO. into their local schools to see for

:themselves what's going on. Wa

I II kulla County schools are ,making

individual plans for this week. John David Jones. Ball Carrier, Randy Anderson No. 21 make rood gain ort point return against F.S.B.
The yellow jacket play Cottondale in Sopchoppy Friday night.

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