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Title: Wakulla County news
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Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
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VOLUME 65-NUMBER 11 1 CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA Thursday November 7. 1963 Price 10c Per Copy
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mericr. Fire Prevention Methodist Clubs Sopchoppy High Senator TuckerAnnounces

Education WeekAre Meeting HeldThe Plan Fish Fry School Newsby for

you ready for A.E.W. quarterly meeting of the The Crawfordville Methodist June Roberts ReElectionState

p Crawfordville school is! On Tues Wakulla County Forest Fire pre- Mens Club and the Ladies Guild ,I Homecoming was a happy oc

day night, Nov. 12 at 7:30 p.m. vention Committee was held October will have a Fish Fry on November !casion here Friday night, November Senator Luther Tucker' I
in the gymnasium the P.T.A. of 28, 1963 at A. L. Porter's of- 22nd starting at 5 p.m. 1, as the Yellow Jackets announced November 1st his intention j

Crawfordville school will hold its fice. The event will allow those who :defeated the Carrabelle Mullets of being a candidate for !
regular monthly meeting and will Attending the meeting was A. want to go to the Crawfordville- 19-0. Sparked by the running and :re-election as Senator for the 5th j kr
J present two phases of the educational L. Porter, Commodore Taff, C. L. Sopchoppy football game to en- passing of quarterback John :District.'j

l program of the school. This Rehwinkel. Also attending from joy a Mullet dinner on their way David Jones, Sopchopy scored in Senator Tucker filed the necessary :M- .
program is in keeping with Amer. The Florida Forest Service was to the ,game.Proceeds the first, third, and fourth periods. papers with Secretary of
ican Education Week which was George Gary, District Forester, of the affair will be Jones, a 135 pound junior, ran State Tom Adams in the Capitol ,
inaugurated in 1921 by the National Don Seery I & E Forester, and used to send, the MYF membersto nine yards for the first quarter Building and named his deposi,
I Education Association and Sam J. Lollie, Assistant County summer camp at Leesburg.The touchdown. The try for the PAT tory, and himself as campaign

the American Legion. Ranger. menu will consist of Mul- failed. After a scoreless second treasurer. t

American Education Week was Many items were discussed at let, grits, slaw, hushpuppies coffee -quarter, Jones passed to senior Senator Tucker Represents Wa r4
set up to call public attention to the meeting; the most importantof or tea. ',end Larry Lawhon, covering 33: kulla Franklin, Liberty and Gulf -

I the importance of education in a these was the Outdoor Recrea- Cost will be $1.00 for adults and yards for the second touchdown.I Counties in the reorganized 5th'
democracy and to remind each tional Bond Referendum which 60c for children. On a pass, again from Jones,,' District. This is the only Sena- .
citizen that good schools are, to comes up for vote on November 5. Clearance Morrison has been Mark Roddenberry scored the torial District in the state that A ,fb. -

a very large degree, his personal It was_ explained by Mr. Gary named chairman for the Fish Fry extra point. In the final period,, now embraces four counties the
responsibility. The U.S. Office of that in order for the state to meet and Othan Porter as vic -hair- Jones passed again to Rondell next largest districts as far as
Education and the National Con- the expected recreational needs Nichols for the third Sopchoppyscore. counties are concerned comprise

I gress of Parent and Teachers be- : for 1970 it will be necessary to man.The public is urged to attend The try for the extra point three counties. .

came A.E.W sponsors in 1922 acquire and buy additional acre- and do away with home cookin on was no good. Sopchoppy was with- Gulf County was added to the
and 1938, respectively. This year age to be set aside for all types of the night of the big Panther- out the services of speedy halfback 5th District last year under the r
educational institutions throughcut outdoor recreation. In order to Yellow Jacket game. Randy Anderson, due to an new re-aportionment plan that was cL
the United States are observing do this, a bond issue is necessaryand ye injury. passed by the Legislators.

; November 10-16 as American funds to finance it will come The Student Council is selling Wakulla, Franklin, and Gulf
Education Week and are taking from taxation in certain types Wild I Hogs ball point pens with "Sopchoppy counties border on the Gulf and

this opportunity to pool their efforts sporting goods. Not Game ellow Jackets" written on them. have the common interest of seafood
in a public information The fire report was given by nyone wishing to purchase one while all four counties are f.
spectacular. Mr. Sam Lollie, Assistant County Tallahassee reply to many of these pens may do so by con active in timber and other allied
Ranger who stated that through local inquiries, A. D. Aldrich, di- industries. f
As its small part in this dissemination tacting any member of the Stu-
of educational infor- October 28, 54 fires burned 264.2 rector, Game and Fresh_ Water dent Council or Jimmy Henderson,, Senator Tucker was the first
mation the physical education department acres of timberland compared to Fish Commission, reminded hun- wno is president. state senator to annuonce his can- E
of Crawfordville: School, 64 fires which burned 436.8 acres ters in the big bend section of Miss Patsy Roberts daughterof didacy for office and points to his

under the able direction of Miss in 1962. He stated that the largest Florida that wild hogs are not Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Roberts,, record of representation for the

Ruth Dix, will present a review improvement was due to fewer classified as game animals excepton was crowned homecoming queen people during his terms of office.
of the physical fitness program lighting fires and to a de- certain Wildlife ManagementAreas. for 1963-64 during the halftime He is now serving his third 4 Pc
'I f being carried out in the school. crease in debris burning (careless activities of the football game Fri- term as a state senator.
This part of the program will trash burning). The largest in- Wild hogs in the LeonWakullaand ; day night. Her escourt and also

take part in the gym at 7:30. crease was in incendiary fires. Aucilla Wildlife Management the one who crowned her was Jim-
After the physical fitness pro- Ranger Lollie again cautions Areas are not' game animals and my Henderson. Her court con-
gram the P.T.A. will adjourn to residents of Wakulla County to may not be hunted or killed except -sisted of Miss Judy Chason, es- Beverly Ai in Tully The first printed cookbook
the school building for its busi- be very careful with fire in or with the permission of the,courted by Larry Lawhon; Miss appeared in Italy in l.i74.IF .
the woods. Rainfall is badly hog owners. The Leon-Wakulla Sherida -.-,, -,-,,, .. L'.It. < -.
ness meeting followed by another near Sanders, escourted by "' -', ,' :" .
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phase of education, the Book Fair. needed in this area to lower the located Wildlife'in Management the Apalachicola Area Na-is Dale Crowson. These two girls,, Engagement : ,: .:
The library, under the supervisionof fire danger. along with Patsy were the final- .
tional Forest in Leon and Wakulla
Mrs. Joyce Lewis, fill be opento Wildlife ists for queen The junior maid Announced ; : : .
Counties. The Aucilla '
, all parents and students and. 'was Miss Carol Becton, escourtedby Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Tully an- ; x1r
Management Area is located in .
will have on display many of the 'Veterans InfoByJimWeant Randy Anderson; the sopho- nounce the engagement of their t -'
Wakulla, Jefferson and Taylor
newest books which may be pur- more maid' was 'Miss Lynda daughter, Beverly Ann, to Walter
chased. Here is the parent op- Counties. Posey. the freshman maid was Lee Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. .
portunity to see this aspect of Veterans of Wakulla County Strickland escourted by Tommy W. Roberts of Sopchoppy.
school life and to encourage good who need assistance in obtaining Inez WalkerSendsThanks Miss Adronna Anderson, escourtedby Beverly. is a graduate of the [
reading among their children. benefits under the GI Bill, may Paul Sauls. Crawfordville High School. She ,
Remember, good schools are receive guidance from Jim Weant, I The seniors started on their was a member of the Student

largely your responsibility so be Assistant State Service Officer. On behalf of the members of the play Monday by selecting parts. Council, National Honor Society,
present to learn more about these Weant will visit this area next Crawfordville Woman's Club. I'd The play, entitled "No Boys Al School Staff and Chorus.

two aspects of education in the week for the purpose of helping like to take this opportunity to lowed", will be given December 6 She is employed as an I.B.M.
Crawfordville School TuesdayNov. veterans or their dependents in thank the many people outside of in the school auditorium. operator for the Florida Industrial -' >-

12 at 7:30 pjn. filing claims for Compensation the club who helped us operateour Commission. : 4' I
Benefits or solving their insurance booth at the North Florida i Walter attended Sopchoppy -

To SpeakAt problems. This free. service in- Fair. It is a hard, grueling week St. Marks School School and finished his High
Fuqua cludes assistance to employers of and without your help it would School studies at Lively Technical
MeetingDon veterans under the GI Bill, Vocational have been most difficult. Book Fair Tues.St. School in Tallahassee. He is now _

Training, Subsistence or Thank you so very much for Marks School will observe employed by Winn-Dixie Co. in _
Fuqua of Altha, ,Memberof
from Florida's Ninth other problems. being so helpful at this time. National Book Week, November Tallahassee and training for a
Congressional Congress District, will address During his visit in this area Too, our thanks to the many 712. On Tuesday, November 8th Manager in the Produce Depart- L
Weant may be contacted at the local people who patronize our from 3:00 o'clock until 7:00 they I
the annual fall meeting of
the time and will hold ment.Wedding ,1.
following places at booth. open house and a Book will be
plans
Area 2 Soil Conservation District announced ...
on the date specified., Crawford- Gratefully yours, Fair. All parents and friends of
Velda Daries later. State Senator Luther Tucker his
Supervisors at presents letter of announcement of
'Far m Tallahassee, Florida,, ville Pigott's Store, 3:00,14 Nov. Inez Walker, President the school are urged to attend.I Intention to run for reelection as Senator of the 5th District to
1963. Parents, are encouraged to read -l Secretary of State Tom Adams last
Thursday in the capitol.
Thursday November 7. land !!' ._ __ ....,. .,. __ .
.J be informed as well as to instill nfi"li!!. k :: 'F r. iLd.1Iii. .. ,. ___
District Supervisors representing in your child the desire to : : !.!I!rt'T
soil conservation districts SCIENCE SKETCHES : i ''?''
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seven LE..r91i
ri :t .
in northwest Florida that onderful read and experiences enjoy books to be and found the ;: z t-t.fi ,, !
includes nine county area will ;
a f
in them. .
gather for the meeting. County ;
Commissioners, agricultural and i
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leaders ,and other busi \\t'
community Richard Irving Durant ,_ t
nessmen from the seven districts. Sopchoppy Fueneral service .. : i I -
have been invited to attend. for Richard Irving Durant, 40 ;
"The increased activity and in- J ; .
who died early Monday morning ( '
terest among our farm people in following a heart attack was al ) ,

outdoor recreation and the oppor- f graveside at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday ir'I : : .0. ;:
tunities for new business and in- Roselawn in ..
: Cemetery Tallahas-
creased income on farm lands Iv V I jsee, the Rev. James Beasley of.
make this meeting of particular ''ficiating. ,
said Leonard A. Delpof
importance, '- A native of Shirley, Mass., h e .
Monticello, Area Vice President I I
had lived several t tt
in
Panaceabefore
and Chairman of the Board' WANT to clean 32,000 fish an hour? years
Texas A&M researchers says it's possiblewith moving to Sopchoppy. H _
of the Jefferson SCD. an enzyme bath that digests viscera was with Lone. Star Boat Co., ami #
scales and eyes. Water rinses away 'an officer in the Big Bend Coasl t
the digested mate al. Guard Auxiliary which is bead< tw

Hillbilly Star by his stepfatehr, Capt. W. S is-- :

DueAtFSU Schley of Panacea. Heormerly was r 4 _
superintendent of th
Tallahassee Harry S. Tru-; _
FSU marine biological laboratorj --
man is scheduled to be the banquet and served in the U. S. Merchant t
speaker and well known television Marine during World War IL

personality Nancy Kulp the ban- ROTORUA 1J Surviving are his widow, Mrs -r. ::
toastmistress at the Home MATHS = +
quet Willie Mae Durant and .
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State A MIXTURE of nitrogenand 4
coming Florida Universityis daughters, Linda and Jo Ann. .
chlorine- is usedto II : .
planning for its nearly 30,000 gases -
alumni on Nov. 1516. purify molten aluminumin

It will be a sort of homecomingfor a system developed by Wakulla County Forest Fire Prevention Commute e left to right, George Gary Florida Forest Service.C. .

the former President, now 79, .: ...'" r The National mixture Cylinder is flushed Gas. Try This Trawl Trick m.CwrfordviHe.L. RehwiakeJ, See Commodore story in Tare this issue.Wfefew Sam. LoUie Floe Ida Forest Service; mud A. 1.. Porter met reeentiy I

since he regularly visited the CHEMICALS in the waters of Rotorua. through the metal to com .
"little white house" at Key West, New Zealand, famous for curative pow.bine with invented material For On-Read Cleanup Pate I '

twice a year as a change from ers, corrode bath buildings to such an and bring it to the surface I Band Make Your Own
his strenuous duties during eight extent that constant repair is necessary. for removaL Don't throw away the slivers of If the northwind males your Boosters
in the White House in soap which remain when the bar window rattle late at night and PuffsBath
years Plan Bath Powder
Washington.For I STANDARDS HIGH is almost used. Let soap ends dry awakens you stuff a Kleenex tissue Supper

Miss Kulp, who is best The same standards for insu- 87th and wrap each in several Kleenex into the loose spot with a hairpin. The Sopchoppy Band Booster powder in shaler-tep dispenser
known as the tweddy bank secretary lating a home for air conditioning Birthday tissues.? Tuck the soap-and-tissue rust thing in the rooming get the will hare a Pork Barbeque Supper is a better traveler than a
in.the CBS program The apply to electrically heated CelebrationMrs. packets in the glove compartmentof window fixed properly. November 15. at 5:00 p.m. box of dusting powder which Better k
easily in the suitcase.
Beverly Hillbillies it will be a homes. The Quality Home Re- Sallie of Sopchoppy your car for on-the-road clean Crisp Cwkfes at the school Adults J1.00. Chil pack:: the upset shaka-top variety and
since she quirements of the National Mineral Dykes ups. dren SOc A
homecoming: to FSU re- variety show will be make your own disposable dusting
will
bachelor of arts de- Wool Insulation Associationcall celebrate her 87th birthdayon held in the Auditorium powder puffs en route.
ceived her coolies this at 8:00
You Lie To keep crisp, try
for batts or blankets of mineral Sunday, November 17th at her may your own soap '
here jn 1943. Several of her the coolie tin with p.m. Anyone wishing to enter the Just Kleenex tissues,
better than the trick Line two
.. gree wool with an installed resistance home. She invites, all her friends liquids provided by : open
Florida State College show, contact President pleat and gather together in a soh
classmates at Kleenex and place another Mrs. Pam
tissue
to and the
heat washrooms
loss of R-19 or R-24 to come and see her starting at most public: bath powder fete
For Women will be back: to for of the cookies. The Revelle or Mrs. Nan Bowen. rosette. Sprinkle
ceilings, R-ll for walls and 3 o'clock in the afternoon. soft, strong tissues will come in tissue on top the folds of the tissue, dust oa
help ,her celebrate the occasion. R-13 for floors over. unheated handy for facial clean-ups. tissues will absorb the -moisture, powder and discard.
spaces. keep cookies crisp and crunchy.




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WAXULLA COUNTY NEW* IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Board of CountyCommissioners Gift Wraps Make Gifts
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2 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
Thursday, Noventbery7, 1963 A.NU. rOR WAKULLA COUNTY v' h'"V' ," "TV cowboy personalitiesare
"Women 60
spend to 70
FLORIDA. IN per these
CHANCERY. CASE +, : eating so regularly]
. NO. 1174TRIPPLETT. ,:, cent of their time sitting, the
t. .M ICI:J THOMAS AGNES TRIP- November 4, 1963 figures show.-Russ days it's becoming difficult to |
i. LETT. WALTER JH..'her Metz. role I
TRIFLETT. the
' husband' et al*.. The Board of County Commis- Owingsville (Ky.) Bath County find anyone to play
K. Young,
Plaintiffs. sioners of Wakulla of Slim.-Gerald
County met
Citizen-News Outlook.
'f' WAKULLA vsOBEDIAH-
i TRIPPLETT. CHARLES this date in Crawfordvflle with all Blakesburg (la.) Exeelaio.

: COUNTY NEWS HANNON DAVIS. JOHN et ala.STAMPER. aDd ROSS members present:

Defendants. Minutes of the last meeting ;

f Telephone WAlnut 6.3301 TO: ERNEST NOTICE FARMER were read and approved.Mr. Y :TallahasseeFlowers Y.s

1502 Lost Santa Barbra Martin of- the State Road tRti ,

I I' t "Man has always had a fall- MINNIE Los Angeles FARMER California MITCHELL Dept. stated that he was of the

0 out problem-baldness." It JOHN MITCHELL her husband opinion that they could not fence Jrs & Inc.
Candy -
1226 Irving Street. N. W. : gib eau .,
Washington. D. c. the R/W on Tillis Strickland's' _
I r. Virginia Kefchtley ._ ,.-. EcI tot Chicago was the first city to JOE LOUIS FARMER land but would at the request of .1 x
set up a traffic 1912. 1226 Irving Street. N. W.
court-in .
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I It Washington D. C the Board investigate the matter
I .- f LUCY McMULLEN:: Bad B0AMEMc
and if
t I .' see it could not be done.
2682 Hazelwood Street On the motion of Commissioner
Entered at Crawfordville, Florida] Detroit 6. Michigan Roberts 'vM.I COMPLETE R.CEf'
, all Labor 'S
LEGAL NOTICE H. FRANK MAiTHEWS t was given a lOc l : FLORIST .

t as second class matter. Subscript Notice of Election Dayton.1121 Wisconsin Ohio Boulevard per hour increase in wages and "R ,4"

SOPIA OVELTON Mr. Lawhon, Janitor was raisedto .I $ .d(4J .-' -,
The biennial district election for whose last 'N"
rate: $3.00 per year. known address was Route 2. $285.00 month. v-" ,: .... : :(
t the purpose of electing Trusteesand Box 273. Palmetto. Florida per t 't '.
t LENIOUS < Labor and Janitor
determining the district mill- ALLEN raises A.
Address Unknown Tht Board prepared ballot boxes: WITH A LITTLE TALENT for : ,,
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JAMES
age for the next two years will be BELLAMY
Address Unknown for the Nov. do-it-yourself projects you can { Formerly Til I man's <
coming 5, 1963 .
gen-
If You Need. held Tuesday, November 19, 1963. ELLa O. GOODMAN make a charming assortment of ,"
Any registered voter who pays a 917 Stetson Avenue eral election. The Board approvedthe personalized Christmas presents ::.,105; EAST JEFFERSON STREETfc\}
Killeen Texas '
vouchers before them and directed that will reflect ingenuityand
your ,
'I f S Office Supplies tax on real or persons! property ACME UNITED LIFE INSUR- imagination.For .-
( Business Machines within the district shall be entitledto COMPANY that warrants be issued in '". '
; 1112 Peachtree Street payment therefor. instance, a perfect gift for .
'- Office Furniture vote in the election. Atlanta. Georgia an antique collector is an inex-
All unknown heirs of ELLA T. There being no further business
shade that takes
pensive lamp
for each on
Call The usual polling places RICX. deceased. SAM TRIP-
,i See or LETT. deceased. DAVE TRIP- coming to the attention of the a Victorian air when covered
precinct will be used at this elec
''r. LETT. deceased. DICY TRIP- Board the same was adjourned on with "Garnet Tapestry" a hand '
RANEY WHALEYat tion. LETT. deceased. WALTER TRIP- duly made some red flocked Christmas gift PHONE 224-5023 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDAor

HENRY A. CRUM, Chairman LETT. SR. deceased PEGGY T motion. wrapping paper by Norcross. To
Board of Public InstructionsC. TRIPLETT.HENRY deceased.deceased.JAMES HENRY D. Attest: Moody Pearce, make,cut gift wrap to fit around WA G-IMl: : eft"\VI 01t11VILI.E

TRIPLETT. deceased ANNA ClerkApproved inside rims of lamp shade allow
CAPITAL OFFICE L. TOWNSEND, Superintendent HOWARD.FARMER, deceased. L U C y : J. D. Turner, ing 1/2 overlap on side seam. ,- ,..
EQUIPMENT CO. Board of Public Instructions TRIPLETT deceased ALLEN. deceased.MAUDE Chairman Rubber cement in place. Glue on

I.L. 319 South Adams St. October 17-24-31 November 7 LIZZIE MATTHEWS THOMAS. desired fringe and upholsterybraid 35-Year Sales Skid Ended For
deceased and OLLIE TRIPLETT with fabric glue.
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE BELLAMY, deceased, if living Other things to make from Indiana Limestone IndustryThe
FLORIDAPANACEA and if dead, their heirs legal rep-
Christmas gift wrappings could
.
resentatives or assigns. "College kids from
NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR away
You. heirs include a covered kitchen canis-
your and legal representa
TAX DEED home consider the 1963 will downin t '
family
tives are hereby notified that a Bill of ter set a tray with matching year go
NOTICE IS Sec.HEREBY 194.16, F.S.GIVEN. that Complaint for partition of the following telephone a collector's item." coasters made from cottage history as a great year for : ,
described : a :
Richard Klink the holder of the following Lot 15, the West property Half of to-wit Lot: 6. and -S. E. Mekeel, Ovid (N. Y.) cheese container lids, a hostess Indiana limestone. This year the .
certificates has filed said famous building stone industry .
certificates the bartender vest and bibs
West Half
of Lot T. of Harts-; Gazette and Independent. apron,
for tax deed to be Issued
a field reversed a 35-year downtrendin
Survey. WakuUa County Florida for the children.
thereon. The certificate numbers and'ears
sales and stopped a shorter- '
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of Issuance, the of '
description
the property, and the names in whichit has been filed against you. and you term 8-year slide of about $1 1 "?".,<:, "
or heirs
your or legal representatives;
a was assessed are as follows: million each year. Conservative
are required to serve a copy of your I
Year Certificate of Issuance No. 29 1960 answer or pleadings to the Bill of NOTICETO estimates predict total sales of
Description of Property LOT 11, Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney." $36 million-plus. up a whopping I
I BLOCK "H", Aqua de Vida Subdivision Charlton L. Pierce. 107>a East Jefferson $3 million from the 1962 esti-
Name in which assessed Street Tallahassee Florida and i
mate (accurate figures have
the riI
original answer or pleadings in
All of said property being in the
County of WAKULLA. State of Florida the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit never been available in the industry ;
i I Unless such certificate or certificates Court on or before the 6th day of December ). More important to the I I rw
shall be redeemed according to law A.D. 1963. If you fail to fabricating mills over the na- I :- ,<_. ', ,
the property described In such certificate do so, judgment by default will be E _- 1\.1- .'4-
or certificates will be sold to entered against you for the relief demanded THE CITIZENS OF tion, cut (to size) stone sales ,I I ...... '
J I the highest bidder at the court house in the Bill of Complaint. account for nearly all of this J't:'
door on the first Monday in Month of DONE AND ORDERED at Crawford increase toting up to nearly rI
i DECEMBER 1963. which Is the 2nd vine Florida, this 5th day of No I
WAKULLA COUNTY 30% over 1962 sales of about
day of December 1963 vember. A.D. 1963. be higher still based on archi-
Dated this 29th day of October. 1963 Carolyn Cook $10 million. Positive confirmation t tects' drawings I have seen. It
Moody Pearce Deputy Clerk of Circuit Court of this rise is the average .
this time.Were
isn't going to quit
Clerk of Circuit Court of Wakulla County. Florida FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE price Indiana limestone de-
Wakulla County Florida Nov. 714.21,26Fnm on our way back in lime-
f Oct. 31: Nov. 7-14-21 mands, boosted this year to stone." One industry spokesman -
near $6 cu. ft. from the bad-
per 1970 of
sales
: predicted
CLASSIFIEDmerical l-a--' DRY CLEANING AND LAUNDRY ly-depressed 1962 average of equal to 1928, the stone's big-
$4.88 per cu. ft. gest year. If true, and at realist -
t BARBER SHOP Kennel Club Registered -' Industry leaders attribute the
-=::- i c prices, Indiana limestone
Collie Puppies, Male $30.00, a'" c; MAY BE LEFT AT upward trend to a new aware- sales will top a wishful $137
Female $25.00. Call Crawford _-:: ness of architects of Indiana million in seven years. On the
} Open Only On Walnut c- limestone insulted wall panels. negative side some mills here
vile 63881CLASSIFIED
THE WAKULLA NEWS OFFICE Floor-to-floor in size, the panelssave and throughout the nation are
;
Tuesdays and Saturdays' I h113i614 big money in original ma- not busy (traditionally an "oc
8:00 AJrt. to 8:00 P.M. terial cost labor (erected with
hazard" in the Industry -
Be ye doers of the word,and THREE DAYS SERVICE cranes, bolted in place in min- cupational). Others are "booked

Boys and Mens REGULAR 100% financed completely finished : not hearers only.-James utes) and maintenance while through May," some are fanning -

Haircuts $1.00 brick homes, any size. Write 1:22)). WILL BE GIVEN CUSTOMERS retaining the stone's traditional out work to competitors.
Box 324 or phone 377-6838- masonry advantage of permanence -
Flat Tops $1.25BROWNING f We can read about God's <(
,, Carlo, Georgia. truth indefinitely' and not years with no repair needed) There are those who discountthe

... Oct. 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21. I reap any of the benefits until and esthetic beauty of its tex- effect of the new NAILJ as-
sociation saying "it was boundto
tured, easily- carved surfaces.
we start to live it; we must But
Only found in a small twocounty come anyway building
BROS. I' take His teachings into our district of So. Indiana, the trends were skyrocketing while

hearts so that they become the tyoui TALLAHASSEE THEATRES industry produces 78# of all Indiana limestone sales were
principles by which we Jive building limestone in the U. S. skidding. Even this year the
Construction Excavating l' More Jobs chart lines were not parallel
our daily life. Open
FLORIDA S'T'ATEToday of the accord-
'"T h e cut stone mills are most year. And

and Land Clearing I Bs L HHBBHH HHBHsVIHBBBB ifl bus y," commented Wm. E. ing to one building materials
editor, "architects
Ben c k a r t. vice-president of I magazine
Moon Freight Lines, Bloomington were not thinking about lime-
Day Phone 222-9065 thru Saturday Ind. He ought to know be- I stone last year when the trend
Woodvills Lumber Co. Jerry: Lewis started to masonry panels."
Night Phones: 224-8801 ; cause Moon carries 60% of the
Much of the new panel businessis
Today thru Saturday "IT'SONLYMONEY" long-haul shipments of the nation's -
224-4893 stone of all kinds. Per I in sizes publicized by the new

.t sonnel managers are already I association, N A I L I official

WOOVILLE, FLORIDA rl1uilding.Sapplies.. Richard Chamberlain worrying about next year be- point out.
Also ShowingSandra cause the long Indiana lime- ; Next week directors of the

Dee stone "depression" has left this new association will fly into
I'
'TWILIGHT OFHONOR" Bobby Darin area short of the necessary I Indianapolis from all points ot

'' Ie Need And Appreciate Your "IF A MANANSWERS" highly-skilled labor force. the compass to appraise the industry's -
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"This is only the beginning, condition and how
Barber said Hugh F. Kluesner. Jr., I' much NAIL has affected it.
Dees Shop "
president of the fledgling Na- The directors will vote on Increased
.
I :Business'7 tional Association for Indiana I budgets to beef up its
2238 South MonroeBOYS .
Limestone (NAIL) and gen- i "Consult An Architect" national

: HAIRCUTS $1.00Open PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVEINOUTDOOR eral salesrr.arugrer of the Ind- I advertising campaign theme
j iana Limestone Co., Inc., Bed- i and to build up technical information -
week, Friday ON WOODVILLE HWY. ford. Ind. "1964 will show a services to architectsand
_days. a Quality and Price GuaranteedRoss r BBBBHBB BM -.1 big jump in sales and 1965 will builders.

Till 8 p.m.
X Today thru Saturday Today thru Saturday

Four master barbers to Hannon Owner Robert Stack From Ballet to

serve you. Polly Bergen Burlesque!

Shelter Not Enough
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'THE CARE'VORLD BYTAKERS"
DEE COOK, Owner NIGHT"Plus ,



i Plus Companion Co-Hit We Want Comforting

I I Michael I Callan Gregory Peck
Tallahassee Business Firms "TO KILL A
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d "'The INTERNS" 1IOCKINGBIRD"SPECIAL In case you've wondered, comfort stove, people snapped them

is good for you. up and bricked up the fireplaces
Psychologists have found that from which untold billions of

DIRECTORYPatornize physical comfort helps studentsto British thermal units had

learn and workers to earn. It escaped up the chimneys.

helps prevent accidents and ill- Today we're unbricking them,

.. S THURSDAY, FRIDAY ness and it can turn a disgruntled but we're not, by gosh, letting
These Advertisers parent into a lamb and a scream much heat escape from our

and SATURDAY ing infant into a cherub. homes.

0 i What is comfort? It might be
the absence of dis- Suffering Over
!! defined as
F R .M 1f O. I. GRAMLING Fresh Grade A FRYERS, lb. 29c comfort. After centuries of suffering

r Ask a handful of people what from the discomfort of cold walk

& CO. Little Folks Store,. Dandy SAUSAGE 3 Ib. roll 99c comes to mind when they thinkof and drafts that swept icily acres '

FEEDSFlint lac:. .. comfort and you'll get an as-" floors to freeze innocent feet

One-Stop Service for "The Capital's sortment replies-"easy shoes, Nineteenth Century Man finally

f Feed Seed Fertilizer Majors for Minors" end cutslb. 49c "a light in your room at night," did something about It. lie Invented
Children' Furniture, Toy, PORK CHOPS, "a soft bed," "a nice, neat, warm insulation. But it was only

: River Mills Poultry Supplies Gooses Hobbies home" are examples.The about 30 years ago that the American -

2015 S. Monroe Ph. Toots Baby Aecfttoriet more people you ask, the home owner really woke up

: 223-0274 Garden 133.. N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 PINK SALMON tall can 49c more often you'll hear the word to the fact that wrapping hk
"warm. Sometimes it means the
So.Adams at S.A.L.R.R. house in mineral wool insulation
CrouIac psychological warmth of friend would not only make him comfortable -

., Phone 223-0173 Farm MILK 3 for 39c ship and security but it's more' but would also save fuel.
Spring Evap.
l apt to refer to physical warmth Now almost everybody's doing it

a warm bed, warm clothes, a
.- Instead of buying bigger, more
SUBER & JOHNSON.SeedsFertilizerBaby
warm house. burning
expensive furnaces and
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Chicks BANANAS, lb. 10c 'Ahhh,' Not 'Ugh' more and more fuel, the contemporary -
and Regular
Liglt.t Weiffkt Starting with the day in the home owner makes sure

Cotterets Block Farm Supplies>> dim past when Fred Flintstonethe his new house is insulated to .

Hanson Wood and. Cor. Gaines and Woodward-Sts. Swel! FROSTING MIX 3 cans 99c First stumbled out of the cold recommended standards with
but Inc. ; .- o. TeL wind into a cave and found him batts or blankets of mineral
Heel 2225Bak.rAlfqrd
J self saying "ahhh" instead of wool in floors, ceilings and walls.

S:Adams St. at 4-Points ,Capital Stone Co.:' "ugh," man has been trying to Then he buys a smaller heating

TeL 222-5840. P. O. Box 661 ,. SHOP HERE FOR YOUR provide more comfort for him- unit and burns less fuel lie saves
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Since 1908 self and his family-often at any enough money on fuel in a few

"" SHOTGUN SHELLS years to pay for the insulation.
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J I MARBLE BRONZE- GRANITE. cost.Man has built fires, pitched He also buys a smaller air conditioning -

'- Co. Seed, Feed, FertilizeSHOP tents constructed open shelters, unit if he's installing
Yeager R MEMORIALS '.. invented windows and storm one, and pays lass for it and less

., IRC.Insurant Cemetery Work of AU Type Tke Part HoustT and SAVE AT windows doors and storm doors. to run it, too.
truckor He has hung tapestries on cold Then he and his family leant
.508 W. Gaines St.-TeL 223-0719 I Anything for your auto
has
tractor. Also for power castle walls built walk-in fireplaces what living comfort really -
and Bonds Walter F. Buchan, Mgr. lawnmower; and much your for your PIGOTT'S, STOREMEDART ,and warmed his beds with long as they live in that house

St/-Tel. 222-4680 boat. hot stones, warming pans and they're warm in winter and cool

214 S. Adaws .. 208 N.Adams St- Ph..222.43$0 electric blankets.When Benjamin in summer secure and satisfiedin
.. ; invented heat their cemfortable home.
Franklin a nserv. cozy,.
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Dorottty Proudly offers the Dog Lovers of this Areaa

Date Cake Snack At A Sewing Bee Wright Ow... \1" x complete line of the finest in full -diet

Dog Foods
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show that nuts of all varieties
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the most economical sources of ..- : .
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also rank ,high as dollar-con-
v scious supplies of thiamine, calcium -.
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sonal favorite the turkey. Few HUNTING SEASON IS HERE : :)t.-f'
people realize that recent breed- ., .
; ing techniques have made toms .oj:
: equal price in differential tenderness was to hens.valid The at '--.' Working Dogs need top quality Dog Foods. A Working Dog .
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one time but there's no reason '. ,burns up about 12,000 calories a day when he hunts or is in train- ...
for it today, other than the law This that if be
d wi of supply and demand. : ing. means you want your dog to a worker, you'vereally
i t :"V; V got to feed him right. -
Onions may soon lose their
/ ',L.?\* ,:; Y. *. .f.'.. .;;1l. reputation as tea r-makers.They're .
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path blazed by potatoes toward
, Spicy Date Cake is the perfect dessert to serve when the ladiesin increased sales in processed ::' .t!. .
l. your neighborhood come over for a sewing bee! During the afternoon forms fresh frozen especially. -
I of mending and stitching, offer your guests this delicious, One of the pioneers in this .... .
moist Date Cake. It's highlighted by the nut-like flavor of rolled field. Southland Frozen Foodsof '- '.
oats and is chock full of spices. New York reports being exceptionally -""
DATE CAKE pleased with sales h Ai. .
q._ of__polyethylene-bagged diced -. :
Makes one 8-inch square onions. WE CARRY ,THE FOLLOWING TOP
butter margarine, 1 teaspoon soda "
1/2 cup or -
softened 1 teaspoon salt What can you make for _. QUALITY DOG FOODS ,. -.." ,
I 1/2 cup granulated sugar 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon Christmas-season bazaar items .'
1/2 cup firmly-packed 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves The National Cotton Council :- :: ROSE
brown sugar 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg (Box 12286, Memphis Tennessee -
1 egg 1 cup milk ) offers a free booklet of .FRISKIES KEN-L-RATION
1/2 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup rolled oats (quick sewing ideas to groups or individuals f
1.1/2 cups sifted all- or old fashioned,uncooked) entitled "Cotton Bag
purpose flour 1 cup chopped dates Sewing Ideas" featuring Inex- '
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Heat oven to moderate (350F.).Beat butter and sugars together pensive*toy and* apparel. items. '.. ._:..', 0'p' --- ... _-, "_"' :\. .
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I and spices. Add alternately with milk to creamed mixture. Stir in Christmas ideas, we recently : Trfsktes
oats and dates. .
received from one of the manu- .
Pour batter into greased and floured 8-inch square pan. Bake in facturers a box of metalcoatedsaran '- .. MIX
preheated oven (350F.) 50 to 55 minutes. Serve warm with hard icicles. Out of curiositywe \'
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For hard sauce,beat 2/3 cup butter until creamy. Gradually add used last year and were amazedat -
2 cups sifted confectioners'sugar;beat until light and fluffy. Stir in how much brighter the iciclesin !
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1.1/2 teaspoons lemon juice and 1/2 teaspoon vanilla. this new box are. And the 5.V. _
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Election Nov. 19 a man 'knocks' his

Precinct town, he confesses he was a'
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i WakullaMrs. Mrs. Clayton Taff, Clerk Chewelah Wash.) Independent. FLINT RIVER INC.Stop '
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1 1 : J. A. Withers, Clerk Mrs. Ranna NazworthMrs. MILLS .

Mrs. W. W. Branch John B. Laws ___ __ ___.___ __ ,- --,-, __ _',___ __ ,_ __ ____ ._ ___
Mrs. Helen Turner Mrs.\ Cager Pelt 1 I .

f Mrs Thelma 2 Jernigan NewportMrs. 9 __at YOUr Chevrolet dealer's one-stop shopping center for the new cars sure to please Chevrolet owners

Crawfordviller.Irs. \ H. D. Langsdale,
: .Louise Forbes, Clerk Clerk
Mrs. Josph Green :Mrs Pat Petty
Mr. B. C. High Mrs. Fred Ladd

:Mrs. Katherine Mrs.\ Marie\ Drake F
Strickland 10Vereen
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SopchoppyMrs. Mr. Paul :Miller, Clerk __ _
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'- : Ruby Revell, Clerk Mr. Bert M. Thomas
Mrs. Elouise StricklandMrs. Mr.\ Herman L. Langston
: June Roddenberry Mr. Kenneth E. Thomas Ae

Mrs. Annie L.4Smith Simmons 11River Sink N _

Creek Mr. Alford Miller, Clerk _
:Mrs. Helen Kyle, Clerk Mr. Cullen DuggarMr. -
Mrs. Truman Gray Paul Strickland
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Mrs. Audie L. Langston Mr. C. J. Spears

Mrs. :Myrtle Brown 13 I

5 PanaceaMr. _- ',0.. ... .,.. .... ."
St. :Marks Richard Klink, Clerk I '" '1"r < _
Mrs. Birdie Coggins, Mr.\ -Z. W. Revelle


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I Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe in Ermine White
Mrs. Lucille Whaley, Mrs Lilia Ruth Porter

I Clerk Mrs. Lee Nell Spears .
ALFORD CHEVROLET COMPANY
Mrs.\ Fulton Colvin Mrs Ruby Porter .

:Mrs.Mrs.\ Viola George Tully Crum .> t' 327 North Adams Street Taflahsssee, Florida .
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Financially Good .

RECEIPTS ,., : : Une cost '. of-
Mrs. Estelle Taff-Prince and Princess' Sales ty-- $243.69

l Mrs. Mable Roberts-King and Queen Sales *_ ,'.. ._ 168.34 Please Note: NOW-
r Mr. Flournoy Moore-Receipts from Crowning Assembly 80.25 .
Mrs. Edna Libert-Novelty Booth -__.....'...._... ::..'.? 46.80 installingCf06
; Mrs. Joyce Lewis-Movie ___u..m._.'___. ,,- -: 6.90
Mrs. Carolyn Gamble-Fish Pond _____ _. 53.48 Any new home builder --
Mrs. Jerry Gowdy-Fortune Teller _._____.__.u_ '< "2.70

I Mrs. JoAnn Council-Cake Walk ____., .__......_______ 166.55 clp 16 '
f Mrs. Alta Cotton-Penny .Toss ._____----__ :' 6.24 or owner can have
Mr. George Wildern-Pony Ride s._,.. '20.15 inSMALL

\ V $794.70 now tne stalled an LP GAS


"l Op EXPENSES can Brothers-Prizes, postage and insurance V ,______._$119.00 Tank of needed INSTALLATIOIIJ
any
"C. L. Rehwinkel-Aluminum foil and plates, (cake walk) __ 5.49 { 6' I
I Mrs. Geraldine Gowdy-Cheese cloth used in crowning ceremony 8.00 oLowejl '.

PA* ,Tully's Motor Service-light plugs mm'h,___. __. ._____,_______ 2.10 size for just the .- CHARGE '".',
'f. Pichards' Inc.-staples --------------______ ....._., .,- 3.15 .
1J'Stafford's; Jewelry Company:-Dinnerware, Glassware, Radio _.-> 40.97
:Buddy's Hardware & Sporting Goods Hunting Jacket .::,- 13.75c :
V :National Film Service _._._ 1__.__ .._!-" II: 3.39 I'-
'Jt (Crawfordville Senior Class _____ "-, _-V. 5.55 METERED GAS FOR ALL HOME NEEDS. .
A. B. Dick ----- ._. 4.90 NO TANK NO TANKI '
.. -t Clothes Drying'V
Knight Paper Company __ _. ,' 5.40 it Water Heating : .
BUY Refrigeration TO BUY
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w jv k $21 L Central or Space Heating-
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Wed for Band Prizes --' 7.20 V

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| Receipts $658.O3I
, Total Net --- V ._ 2628 W. TENNESSEE "We Carry A Complete Line of Gas Appliances Phone 222.1318'r

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?;:: SOPCHOPPY NEWSby f I Thursday, November 7, 19&3

: ,.. Louise C. Sapp
;.: r'n --- Sopchoppy Yellow Jackets defeated
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) : the Carrabelle Mullets CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONS
{ :: 19-0: in their Homecoming game
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t'1 ,- '': '' here ,Friday, November 1. Quar- .
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Mrs. Henry Vause left last
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': :- out nine yards for a first quarter
Monday for her
: 1 Texas to visit
:::': r touchdown. He fired scoring pas- ''t.'t. daughter and family. I
ses to Larry Lawhorns (33 yards)
4I Mrs. Nannie Posey is a patientin
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in the third period and to Ronald : the Tallahassee Memorial 'Hospital
Nichols (21 yards) in the final ti. ,
where she underwent surgery -
quarter. Mark Roddenberry keyed I! last week.
CARSTop the Sopchoppy offenses, rush : Patients released from-the Tallahassee .
USED ing for 66 yards, and contributed !(J Memorial Hospital re-
10 unassisted tackles in a defensive I| .
cently are Robert Harvey, Mrs.I
role. Guard Douglas Quigg :\ -- -. -..- D. Taylor Mrs. Howard Lard
was the big man up front for jj I I I and Mrs.
[
i Virginia Kelghtley. Remaining -
Quality Top Condition the winners, with 13 unassisted I t-
I : I at the Hospital are Mrs.
stops, three assists, two fumbles
I r E. G. Hammick, Mrs. Myra Carter
recovered and a blocked punt. I I: and Mr. B. F. Page.
The booth at the North Florida I ;. Mr. and Mrs.
: Oliverfrom
Wayne
.1962 T J Af;GE, 8 Cylinder, 2 door.; :, .$1 I till3 Fair operated by the SopchoppyWoman's *I Arlington Virginia, were
Radio and Heater,-Standard, ". Club was a successfor.first guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Transmission, excellent try anyway! President Ann ]Prince and Prince of the C.H.s. Carnival Johnny Golden and Marsha, Tully, last week.Representative.
Dunlop wishes to thank all donations -]Kay Moore of the 2nd Grade. Bobby ReM

of food and help, especially The] King was Jeff Davis and the Qveen was Virginia Timmons, spent Tuesday in New Orl-e8M at
$5 9 5 ':Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown, who representing the 11th grade. the Clinic.
1959 RAMBLER Station Wagon, Heater- spent the whole week at the booth.
Real Good Shape "Hodges Bait and Tackle" will
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be open for business in the new -

% CHEVROLET, 2 door, Hardtop Impala;' Power 1 building this week, which is owned
1961 7 9 5 and operated by Myron B. Hodge. .
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Steering, Power Brakes, Radio and $ also 8IG WEEK-END SPECIALS
Heater, Automatic Transmission, Hodge carries a line of groceries .
fresh fruits and vegetablesand
A Bargain ,
a supply of Army and Navy OME
( 59c
PORK CHOPS Ib.
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goods. The public is invited to -

1959 CHEVROLET V8, 2 Door Belair. S99&- come in and see the new place. GROUND BEEF, lb. _' __52c in inner or outer space
Radio and Heater, automatic, p Mr. and Mrs. Otis Dunlap and by ALICE CARTER
Clean .___ girls of Albany Georgia visited BEEF LIVER, lb. ___- '.' > 45c Along with the annual leaf
his family over the weekend. raking pumpkin cutting and
The fish supper sponsored by POTATOES,' 10 lbs. _39c window millions cleaning of American fall phobia will,
1957 FORD V8 Station Wagon, Radio and S295 the Junior Class was a great suc- spend their free time these coming -
Heater, Automatic Transmission, A cess and they wish to express BACON, !/ or Whole Side _': 35c weekends at the football 1
Real Good Buy their appreciation to all who par- stadium.
: -- ticipated.We American Beauty CATSUP, 2 for _____29c Last year, in fact, more than
26,000,000 people took time out

1961'FALCON 40 Station 'Vagon. $ 1 0 9 5 Richard regret Durant the, passing who died of sud-Mr. Session PEANUT OIL, 10 lb. jug $1.33 to Closely do just that.associated with this

Radio and Heater, Automatic, denly at his home early Monday Durkee's SNOWFLAKE COCOANUT, 7 oz. 29c world teams"of and first field downs goals, is"Yea the
.. morning November 4. He is sur-
One Owner
., : pre-game picnic. The pigskin
"" s vived by his wife, Mae and two DELICIOUS FLOUR, 10 lb. ___-_99c picnic can range from a park-
... daughters Linda and Joan. All ing lot feast-with tableclothed
1959 FORD VS, 4 Door,Station .- ;.. .-. .. 5995 of Sopchoppy. Kitchen Choice JELLY, 24 oz. _________ 29c able card table,silverware and port-
Wagon, Radio and Heater, Auto.-, .J...*..-. A youth rally will be held at container bar-to of coffee a sandwich at the and
One Owner ____- "" "..' the Congregational Holiness Fresh EGGS, Medium size, doz. 47c In many cases the picnic game.is
-- ./ S- Church Saturday night Novem- almost as important as the
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ber 9. We urge the public to at- game itself. Oftentimes elabo-
j rate plans are made to arriveat
1948 WILLYS Jeep Station $495 tend. SUWANNEE. STORE the game-site early, for a
Wagon, 4 wheel drive_ Mrs. Ann Dunlap. President of, leisurely meal from the back of
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the Sopchoppy Woman's Club reports CRAWFORDVILLE FLA. the car and a tour of the old
!("*-,' --; a very successful week with alma mater. A picnic jug of .
anything from iee tea to hot
their booth at the North Florida Mrs.Isabelle Forbes,Mgr. toddies is a
necessary carry
Fair and wishes to thank the Club over to the stadium seat.
'1956' FORD, Utility Body.' '-...-.-- members who were so faithful
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.. ., $695
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Ralph Brown took their Camperfor ..
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,_; ."' Radio, Heater, Automatic- $1495WE daughter, Mrs. Inez Yent. :
'. <...'. ,"::,;. Real Nice __ YOU CHOOSE IL 21

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: ', :. TO OFFER AT ,
HAVE MORE Bringing insulation up to recommended .
standards has been a

: : leading ect for many home years.improvement Families proj who.

ALFORD HEYROLETCOM install mineral wool insulation
throughout a house find that it
not only adds year-round comfort L4)b
but also helps cut heatingand

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