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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: December 12, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
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Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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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 16 CRAWFORDVILLE FLORIDA Thursday, December 12, 1963 Price JOe Per Copy

Changes Listed For Panthers InBasketball A. L. Porter NamedTo I Crawfordville

'64 Feed Program OpenerThe Bar CommitteeRobert School News

Participation i nthe feed grain C.H.S Panthers open the M. Ervin, Tallahassee, Friday the thirteenth-December

program will be necessary againin 1963-64: basketball season 43at. nite has been named,circuit cochairmanon 13, 1963, that is-the senior elaae
1964 in order to be eligible for Dec. 14 at the local Gym. The Florida Bar Center Campaign Sa e' ; will present its annual class play.

price support on 1964-crop corn The Panthers will host the Laure, Fund Committee for the A Mystry-Comedy entitled Tun
and sorghum, Richard L. Gowdy, Hill "Hoboes" from Okaloosa county second juricial circuit. Serving in on Terror" by Jay Tobias. The

County Office Manager, Agriculture in a varsity contest: scheduledto with him are Charles S. Ausley k\ curtain will rise promptly at 8 pan.
Stablization and Conservation begin at 7:30 E.S.T. The "Ho- J. Lewis Hall James W. Kynes, in the high school auditorium and

t Service,reminds farmers. Minimum boes" are one of the tap teams in Jr.., Julius F. Parker, Roy T.fchodes. admission is 50c for students and
acreage diversion under the pro Northwest Florida and have a 6-1 and Charles H. Spitz all I 75c for adults. The play will keep

gram will be 20 percent of a farm's record' against some of the topflight of Tallahassee; Kenneth E. Cook- r r S you mystified through its entirety
total feed grain base for the two i and with the unexpected -
basketball teams in North sey Monticello; C. H. Bourke : V surprise you
grains. Producer signup will start st turn of events at the end.'
Florida. Averaging some 70 points Floyd Apalachicola; A. L. Porter, I
February 10, 1964. per game so far. Crawfordville; and Alton M. Tow- i + I This is an unusual treat that you
I Mr. Gowdy explained that the- I The Panthers will counter witha les Quincy. won't want. to miss.
"" program for the two grains will starting five composed of 3 veterans I Seniors received their school

be similar to the 1963 program and 2 rookies from last years portraits in color and black and

except for these changes: "B" squad. When asked for comment County Gets ; : I white this week and they are excellent .

(1)) The top limit on' diversion Coach Mathis had this to Race Track :, : \ i We never saw such a
is increased from 40 to 50 percent pav. "We scheduled this game last glamorous group of seniors.

1 or 25 acres whichever is greater. spring when we were looking for- Money HereTALLAHASSEEState I The senior chapter of National

i (2) In computing diversion and ward to having 4 of our 5 starters Comptroller rr Honor Society held its regular
price-support payments, the aver- Oaks meeting Monday and voted to sponsor
f back. Since this time Tommy Ray E. Green said today
age yeild figures will be based on of the real fine guards in the II their regular Christmas baskets -
one
checks fdr $11,000 from the racetrack
the 4-year ((1959-62) average instead area did not return to schooL tax fund will be mailed tomorrow ; : -: S .: Sr Several classes are exchanging
I of the 2-year (1959-60) aver- toys at their school parties and
Tommy was worth about 15 pointsper to each of the 67 counties. i
: age. Another minsfotune in then donating them to tile Christ-
game. The Comptroller said the total
((3)) While the total price sup the form of an injury to Jerry received by each county thus far : I mas boxes. The Society alto agreedto
ports for the two grains in 1964 Core our center will cost us several this fiscal is 46000. Thisis I decorate the general Christmas
.s are unchanged from 1963 levels, points and rebounds until we get $6.500 more year than each county Tree for the entire school. The

I a slightly larger proportion of the hi mback. Core injured a leg in the received for the same period last faculty voted on this communaltree
supports will be available loans Homecoming football game and -r > 'tai in the front hall rather than

t ,or purchases, with corresponding while he has healed he is not ready year individual trees in eaeh room.
I: decreases in price support pay- for the punishment of a basketball C.H.S basketball team plays its

ments; floor as yet. This places a real l Tax Roll i"r. first basketball game Saturday
(4)) Payments to any producerare load on our other two starters night, Dec 14 in the school gym.
limited to not more than 20 Jimmy Welch and Jerry Spears. Collections HighTax I their opponents for this opening

percent of the fair market valueof Glen Miller a letterman reserve Collector J. M. Gwir game are from Laural Hill, Florida.

any acreage involved; and guard from last year is expected ported that through November This is the first game in the Pan
((5)) The maximum payment rate to start for the Panthers. Two 84528 dollars has been collected State Senator Luther Tucker left and officers of Panacea Chamber cf Commerce discuss submitting Reso- .< ther's schedule and their only

will apply to all the -acreage diverted places on the starting five are up in taxes fo r1963. lution to Congressional delegation to extend Panacea Channel from Rock Landing to north end of Dick on game before the Christmas holidays

where the total diversion on for grabs and will be filled from Gwin said that this is the highest Bay. With Senator Tucker are Chamber! ,. Members W. S. Srhley. Durwood. Vause and President Witt. so come out and give theman

the farm is 40 percent or more of the following boys; Don Currie collection that has ever taken ,; early boost.
the base. Dusty Cook John Harrell Gerald place in the county.. 1964 ACP Sign-up See you Friday and Saturday
Support prices for grains included Reeded,' Bob Hamm, David Alex- He said that over 80 percent of Vets Income_ Time Dec. 9 nights at Crawfordville High i
in the 1964 feed grain program ander." the Tax Roll has been collected and Dec. 1 Began School.'r" .
Reporting
weife announced July 18, The "Hoboes" are on a Christmas over 3,000. dollars in discounts The ASCS County Office Manager I
19(>3. as follows: Corn (per bu.), tour through..our area and has etmade.. This yearXfc income reportingtime atiuJunced today that the
roll amounted to begins again on December initial period for the 1964 Agriculture .

$1.10. loan, 15-cent price support will play Sopchoppy on Friday' The total tax "-
payment, $1.25 total support. nite Dec. 13. 112.539.24 the largest in the history 1 for 44,253 disabled veterans and Conservation Program began "- 4tF .
of the county. the dependents of some 22,756 deceased on Monday Dec. 9. County Office .: >_ :< :

Attend veterans receiving VA pen- Manager, Richard L Gowdy, stated ,'
Many sion in Florida John Stamper, that in order to give every farmer:

FFA Banquet A POEMCopied Service Officer explained today. and rancher in the county suffic 'j
,Along with their November 30. ient time to submit a request for:
Some 150 people attended the by M. T. check, all VA pension recipientswill ACP assistance in solving con 5-i
FFA Chapter Parent life t'will soon by pastOnly
Sopchoppy Only one receive enclosed tabulating servation problems on their land
p 3'2e and Son Banquet, Monday night in what's done for Christ will cards. They carry the words the sign-up period will extend

the schools lunchroom. last. "please] do not mutilate." It is through Jan. 15,1964. 1i
Mark Roddenberry, chapter pdes- Only one life-a few brief years important that these instructionshe Every farmer and rancher on -
ident also acted as Master of Each with its burden of hopes followed.On record at the county office will N

1 Ceremonies.The and fears these cards beneficiaries be mailed an announcement of the
Y event one of the highlightsof Each with its record of good and must report all income received 1964 ACP including complete de 0

the school year ,is looked for- ill during 1963 and that expected in tails on the conservation practices:
ward to by members and parents As 'I please myself or obey His 1964. Income means everything including for which cost sharing will be i

alike. will. Social Security payments available. Mr. Gowdy requests that r
Ney C. Landrum of the State Only one life t'will soon by past! except of course, the VA pension any farmer or rancher who fails: s
Board of Conservation was the Only what's done for Christ. will payments themselves. to receive his announcement of the

[Principal speaker, substituting forConservation last. program contact the ASCS county
Director Randolph Give my Father a purpose deepin I office so that they may provide him
Rich Olshove shows Diane Strickland and Botch Taft Jet Propulsion
Hodees.
:: joy .Trull with one. The office is located
Ethel V.
work that !Mrs. General Motors Science Show at Crawfordrille last week
at
Landrum told of the Or sorrow thy trust to keep, CRAWFORDVILLE. Ethel .across. the street from John's Cafein Principal
has been done relating to the And so through trouble, care and
Bob Davenportr1 the Morrision building. Infor
V., Trull. 74, a native of Franklin
Y Governor's Outdoor Recreation strife, (county died Friday night at Tallahassee mation can also be obtained by;
and the long range plans thee in daily life.
program To glorify may Memorial Hospital following WA 63571.
that been made to provide recre- Only one life, t'will soon be past, short illness. Mr. Gowdy urges that agricul
a
ational facilities for both Floridians Only what's done for Christ will ture producers interested in par
She had lived for several years
and visitors 'to the state. last.Fish with her daughter-in-law Mrs.: ticipating in the 1964 program
The speaker was introduced by study the practices available in
Mrs. Louise Trull, Crawfordville, relation -
Representative Bobby Russ. and was a member of the Methodist to the most important con
The highest chapter award,"Star Church of Crawfordville. servation problefs on their farmor
Chapter: Farmer" was presented to [ ranch before
Fry inSopchoppy Funeral services were conducted coming into the 4V
Mark Roddenberry.Music I" ',.
office submit
the Revs. Luther R. to a request. This
Sunday by
furnished'by ,the Sop. Dec. 14
was
Stokes and S. A. Coxwell at 3 p.m. will help in deciding ,on which
FFA String Band, and a
choppy Christian conservation practices costsharingis
The Wakulla County at Arran Cemetary. Burial followedat
-' .5- vocal group composed of Adronna Youth Society will have a Fish the cemetery. most needed. Additional assistance

Anderson Randy Anderson/ and Fry., Saturday, Dec. 14, in Sop. Pallbearers were Macon Rudd. in conservation planning can

Judy Chason. choppy across from the Standard Ernest Roddenberry J. C. Harvey be obtained from the County
Officers of the Sopchoppy Chap- Service Station. $1.00 for adults, Commodore Taff. George Naz- Agent the Soil Conservation Service
ter include: Mark Roddenberry, 50c for children. Serving will startat worth and Willard Durrance. Technican, and the Farm Forrester. 4 stS + ,- fyy

t-5- president; David Roddenberry, 5 o'clock in the afternoon. This Survivors include one stepdaughter The Agriculture Conservation
vice-president; Jimmy Henderson Fish Fry is being held to raise Mrs. C. O. Harvey, Craw- Program is administered by

.T 'secretary; Larry Lawhon treas- money for a public address systemto fordville; two grandsons, five step- the ASC county committee and the r. .- II
urer: Douglas Quigg, reporter; of Christ. representatives of those other
Jack Wilson carry the gospel grandchildren and several nieces A
George Eddie Crum, sentinel; Ron- agencies
Everyone welcome. and cooperate by providing
nephews.
ald Fred Crum, chaplin; Tommy t Culleys Funeral Home was in technical assistance and guidance I Joe Ward, George Ladd. Duane Gowdy listen to Rick Obhore General

: Roberts, parliamentarian. charge of arrangements. to participating farms. I Motors Representative tell of Car Powered By Sunlight

1S Although funds are not availablefor
-,, cost-sharing on all needed con:

servation work every request will

t ; flIP5-s.;! a ::; the receive ASC careful County consideration Committee. by a


4'uk. CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONALS

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_5 1 Jack Ashburn, Jr. 3jx
; r Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blanton

Salesmen Attend. and family spent the weekend in

Troy, Alabama with their parentsand
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Salts Meeting relatives.

Jack Wilson and Bob Davenportwho Senator Luther Tucker and Fred

are associated with Alford Keightley spent the weekend in

Chevrolet Company attended a two Port St. Joe, attending Constitution -
day Genera! Motors Man Power celebration.
at the General Motors
x Conference Mr."Richard, Klink is a patient in
Center in Jacksonvillethis !
.l-' Training the Veterans Hospital in Lake City,
past week.
Florida.
also with Al- -S
Jr.
Jack Ashburn attendeda The Florida Bar statewide organuation lawyers and judges, has launched: a campaign among its members Mr, and Mrs, L. W. Porter and _
Chevrolet Company Bar Center above, in Tallahassee on a tact _
ford $565,000 for the construction of The Florida
to raise daughter, Sally of Palatka and .
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day'conference held by the to the Capital Center along the ApI1.Parkwa, (U. S. 27).The Florida Bar Center will house
one 5Seas Bar JOURNAL editorial offices, and disciplinary: Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Porter of David
National Automobile Dealers As ..eraaad continuing: legal education program Harrington and Charraaine Rabenan see Gyroscope Demonstration
'in'Jacksonville last week. ragram. It will also provide space for The Florida Bar administrative offices, meeting I'OOIDSt library, and- Ruskin, were Sunday guests of Mr. by Rick Olshore General Motor Represeatatire at Science Show
sociation" conference: rooms for out-of-town lawyers visiting the Capital City. ,, and Mrs. S. B. Forbes. Jr. last week at CrawfordTille School. -
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( IN
THE CIRCUIT COURT Or. THE !
the Sopchoppy River thence Westerly. SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 00 .degrees, SO minutes East1477tnfoee
2 SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Northerly and Easterly along the Sop; FLORIDA. IN AND FOR WAKULLA to the POB. containing S5:
Thursday, FLORIDA IN AND FOR WAKULLA choppy River to the Point of Beginning. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. or less in the Elk of Seetfoft *LJdSe2

BULLDOZER WORK I 1 COUNTY. IN CHANCERY* LESS ft EXCEPT THE rOLLOWINi: MELVILLE J. BEEM'and. ship 4 South. Rang 1 West.as | f!
NO. 1233 Commence at the Southeast corner of DKOOTHY CLEA BEEM. recorded at page 100 01 Deed fttmSi
Far Price Rouse individually the Northeast Quarter of Section 34, his wife Saving and Ereeptog &&
and u Executrix of the Estate Township 4 South. Range 3 Weft Wa Plaintiffs the foBowta*; de-
Tracts No. 4.
CLEARING and
LAND of W. J. Rouse deceased W. C. kuna County. Florida and run thence y I

i .. .-'.<" Rouse Jr.. A. B. Taff and C. Taff South 89 degrees 48 minutes West T. 3. POSEY et aL. scribed Begin premises at the to-wit northeast: comer of

COUNTY < > Contact Archie B'Iftck, Rt. 1, Box 66 : Q. Plaintiffs.Colin 24690 to the Center feet thence of Mm South Creek for 727O5 a Pointof feet Defendants.NOTICE TO, DEFENDANTS Z Section West 25.and Township run South 4 3141 South.fed Range? JJ

Fterida Beginning. From said Point of Beginning ORDER'TO said point
APPEAR
,Hosford : Mitchell et als. point of beginning:; from
,. 7 4 Defendants. run thence South 6* degrees THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Seglnning run therW:. West ...* feet to
: 53 minutes West 938.T feet thence North TO: T. J. unmarried whoM address thence South a distartee.of
PoaeYt point run
Telephone WAlnut ': SUIT TO QUIET TITLENOTICE" 20 degrees 53 minutes West 105.0 feet 11 Melton Road. care 410 feet thence: East a distance of.;* ..
., ',.= thence, South 69 degrees 53 minutes Capt. Redfern. Portgage. Indiana; feet. thence run North 410 feet to tae
TO ANSWERIN West 210.0 feet thence North 20 degrees Tommie L. P.Ne7' and Edna Posey point of beginning
53 minutes West 270.0
feet thence his wife whose address
THE STATE Or is Box
NAME OT THE
FLORIDA: North 24 degrees 53 minutes West 728.0 43. Schertz. Tau II J,. GREtIand Dorothy ilea

TO: W. S. Smith. and Doris Smith his feet, West thence 1950 North feet 51 thence degrees 23 minutes H day Posey and Nita K. Posey. bet m. "his. wife, having fluid 11 Wa
Florida Forest Service wife. Crp USAF Goose Bay Labrador North 20 his wife whose address is 32U8 Court their Sworn Complaint hereto
Keiithtley degrees 51 minutes East 128.0 feet
VirjtlnU : to Frankfort Avenue. Philadelphia of this Court estab-
a. C.; praying for a decree
the Center of Mill Creek
Eainf Report TO" .: Lillian S. Powell and Bm Powell easterly along the center thence line of South Pennsylvania; loping. quieting and confirming their
her husband. Charleston. South Creek to the Point of Min John W. Posey and Thelma B. title to the above described real proprty -
Beginning the Poaey his wife whose address is their tale
Carolina; removing clouds from
Forest Service reports the- ,. : ii. TO" : Stanley U. Cray and Josie Cray. being above in described Section 34 property. Township lying 4 South.and 1227 South Kootner. Chicago. Illinois for a decree holding such clouds nulland
.. his wife. Meadow Brook Road. ; \'Old..and praying for a !
Range 3 West. m1Injunction
Entered at rainfall recorded at Wkulla ... Richmond. Virginia: ALSO: Commence at the Southeast Dale Allen MonieUo and Paul against the defendants
y = TO: Robert Ward Cray and VerdeU corner of the Northeast Quarter Monlello her husband whose ao- each and every one of them herein-

as second class Towers for the week of December Cray, his wife. 30 Pleasant Ridge Section 34. Township 4 South. Range of dress is New 196 Boyd Avenue, Jersey above named and described asserting
City. 4. Jersey
Drive Ashvule. North Carolina 3 West. Wakulla County. Florida any title to or attempting to make aayCGn"eyance
the 9th. TOHerbert Reveli and Eddie Ilse run thence South 89 degrees and Emily P. Tucker and B. F Tucker of said real property hereto-
$3.00 48 nmirtt
tion rate: per through Revell. his wife. 311 Cotton Avenue. West 779.88 feet thence South 2600 her husband .whose address is 401 .I. above describe4, and praying for a

Tbomasville Georgia: feet to a point on the South bank of Greenwood South Avenue. North Charles decree of peaceable possession of said
TO; Horace Revell and Magdalene the Sopchoppy River said point be- ton Carolina real property in the said plaintiffs
or1vine Tower : : Revell. his wife. Rt. No. 3. ing the Point of Beginning From Ella Burt. unmanned whose ad- above named and for general relief.it .
said
:, dress is Route 1 Box
Thomasville Georgia: 2S6. New is
Point of Beginning run thence South therefore
Tower ,2p TO: J. E. Revell and June Revell. his 25 degrees 35 minutes West 320.0 Waterford. Ohio ORDERED that each and every one
if You ee ::20= wife P. O. Box 996. Fairbanks thence South 64 degrees 25 minutes East feet her Frances husband Burt and whose Dwayne Burt, of> the defendants above named and
Alaska address is
; 3450 feet thence North 25 designated described or referred to. is
/:_ TO Marie and D. C. God degrees 35 Route 1. Springfield Road Colum-
: Mrs Godwin
minutes East 225.0 feet to the South hereby required to file his written defenses -
Office= win her husband 215 North Miller bank of River thence Northwesterly bians. Ohio, to said Complaint, as amended
Avenue. West Ba1n rtdce. Georgia Soppy South bank of Louise O'N Sheppard. a widow in this cause and to serve a copy thereof
Business = Fire Report TO Revell and Taxis Mae said whose address is 1906 Tebeau
: Revel Sopeboppy River to the Point of Beginning upon the plaintiffs, or upon their
Office= his wife. 2433 N Castro the above described property Street. Apartment B. Waycross, attorney of record, whose name and
Tuscon Arizona; lying and being in the Southeast Georgia; address is W. J Oven. Jr.. Box M3.
Quarter
TO Blonra R. Keck and Ed Keck bel'hUAband of Section 34. Westorook Wright Walker and Ger- Tallahassee. Florida, on or before the
Call 1 19&3. Township 4
See or since Janurary 1023 South 3rd Street. Range 3 West. South. trude Walker his wife, whose ad- 3th day of December, 1943. or said
ZI Nile. Michigan; ALSO: EXCEPT: Commence dress Is 34 Fish; Street. Manasquan Complaint as amended win be taken
RANEY a*=e period last year-_ TO: Lucille H. Ulric and Brady ulrle. Southwest corner of Section 33. at Township the New Jersey; a. confessed and said cause proceed

this her husband RL No. 4. Box ITT. 4 South. Range 3 West and run Ethel rtoendad'r: Carey, her against each of said defendants accordingly
burned year husband,
Alabama s is 61 Pine
-- Opellka. ; thence North 00 degrees 23 minutes .
atCAPITAL i TO: Theodore C. Harris and General East 166.83 feet thence North 60 degrees Tree Way BeImUU New Jersey WITNESS my, hand as Clerk and the
burned Bame period last ye Theodore C. Harris his wife. 55 minutes East 569.10 feet to S. W. living, and if Seal of said Court at Crawfordvifie,

Delivery McCalL Harris a point on the center line of State Road dead his unknown heirs devisees Wakulla County. Florida this 7th day
.. TO: J. D. Harris and Violet I No. S-375 said point being the end of legatees and grantees and all per- of November 19O.
wife. Columbus a sons claiming to claim
EQUIPMENT General Delivery. 1 curve thence North 53 degrees 43 or by. MOODY PEARCE
Georgia; minutes East along said center line through. or under the said S. W. As Clerk of the Circuit: Court
319 South TO: George Harris. Jr.. and Bernice 689.38 feet thence North 36 degrees 17 Maxwell; In and For Wakulla County. Florida.
Corner E. Harris, his wife. General Delivery minutes West 50.0 feet to a concrete Glover Posey (if other than J. W. By CAROLYN COOK
Alexander City. Alabama; monument on the Northwesterly Posey), if living and if dead his Carolyn Cook. Deputy Clerk.
TALLAHASSEE TOt The following defendants whose of State Road No. S-375 RightofWay (said unknown heirs devisees legateesand CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)

Lumber Co. residences and addresses are unknown concrete monument being in the centerof grantees and all persona Nov. 14. 21. 28. Dec 5
claiming or to claim
after diligent search and Inquiry and by through
a branch) for a Point of :.
.., If r any are dead to their unknown heirs. From said Point of Beginning Beginning thence or under the said Glover Posey.
devisees and assigns, and to the bus- nut North 37 degrees 28 minutes West Frances E, Reynolds (if other TO BIDDERS
ands or wives of any such defendants: 161.0 than Frances E. Alexander), if i NOTICE
feet thence North 78 GIVEN that
degrees 42 NOTICE IS HEREBY
Lumber- Building Supplies Frankie Smith Haines and Ray minutes West 170.65 feet thence South living and if dead her unknown the Board of County Commissioners
heirs devisees legatees and
mines Herbert Moore. Jr. and -
; Mrs. grantees I
83 degrees 27 minutes West 160.70 feet win receive sealed
of Wakulla
and all
Herbert Moore Elizabeth Smith Doris persons claiming or
office
; :
thence North 7 degrees 29 of the
minutes I bids at the- of the Clerk
to claim
by, through under
S. Holden and Shay Holden. her hues or the
West 702.65 feet thence North until 1:00
Owner'f band 38 degrees said Frances E Reynolds Circuit Court in Crawfordville
M ; 10 minutes East 115.56 feet Sills Allen if living and;if o'clock P.M .on December 19th. 1M3,
TO: Robert Bradham. John Duggar dead
4bijI Your thence North 18 degrees 47 minutes for the following
Need And Appreciate ; her unknown heirs devisees furnishing
'and Marion Duggar. his wife Almon East 161.84 feet thence North 11 degrees and legatees 1 New Crawler Type Tractor with
grantees and all
Levy and Ritty Levy, his wife. Wm. I*. 49 minutes East 338.50 feet persons dozer blade:
Claiming or to claim straight
3uval. Michael Burns also known as thence North 22 degrees 30 minutes under the said Silla by Allen throughor Interest to be included in bid price:
Michael Barnes. Lodwick E. Laird and ;
West 32700 feet thence North degrees and 3 extended -
15 Fannie Guerry if living and If Bidders to bid on 2 year
Caroline R. Laird his wife. George W. 45 minutes East .
feet
Business" Rich Dr. John Kost W. T. Duval. min dead her unknown heirs: deviseeslegatees payments;
thence South 88 degrees 48 East Single druir> unit front mount 3
W .E. Duval. John J. Cason'and M. I. and grantees and all persons bid
thence North 63 degrees 16 shieve. mount wench also
rear
minutesfeet claiming or to claim
his Cader by
Cason. wife. Kersey MaryBostcik.
221.45
feet thence North without read mount wench;
through or under the said Fannie
Mattie E Bailey, N E. Whetstone
70 degrees 39 minutes East 143.28 feet. With trmd-m old TD-14. also bid
Guerry,
1 P. A. Brinson. E. B. ReveU and thence North 67 degrees 42 minutes
without trade-in
Guaranteed Tommie Lee Johnson if
Quality and Price : Islah Roddenberry.Colin as guardian of John East 230.32 feet thence North 67 degrees and If dead, her unknown heirs, 110 H. P engine, alternate bids on
Mitche
McLaughlin. Robert
t 24 minutes East 167.04 feet 93 H. P engine may be submitted.
: ; devisees legatees and
_
,_ Mitchell in his own right and as grantees
:; thence North 63 degrees 16 minutes Tractor to be equipped with radiator
: and all
assignee of the estate and effects of the persons claiming, or to
' East 202.51 feet thence North 61 de- claim guard; 8 bottom rollers each aide:
'I mercantile house heretofore by. through or under the
: trading grees 53 minutes East 124.17 feet thence 20" shoes; engine oil pan guard; front
said Tommie Lee
Ross Hannon Owner: .-" under the firm name of "Carnochan andMitchell" North 69 degrees 38 minutes East 131.43 The unknown heirs, Johnson devisees and pull hook, tool ..box: dry type other
and as trustee: of the credo legatees -
I feet, thence North 67 degrees 27 minutes and cleaner hour meter; and all
grantees of each of
-4. } tors of said firm the
,
w' I East 74.60 feet, thence North 88 degrees standard equipment.The .
TO: Apalachicola Land Company. a I 09 minutes East 190.30 feet thence following named persons each of Board reserves the right to reject
I whom is deceased and all
co-partnership or joint stock company South 85 degrees 03 minutes East 101.82 claiming or to claim persons an yor all bids and to award to the best i
I
rr association composed or formerly by. through
feet thence South 77 degrees 44 minutes interests of Wakulla County.
composed of Peter Mitchell as Execu- or under them or any of them
East 478.93 feet thence South 15 de- Board of County Commissioners
BARBER tor of Robert Mitchell and John Car- grees 58 minutes East 114467 feet to wit whose: names are as follows to- Wakulla County
nochan and Peter Mitchell as Trusteesfor a point on the North R1 : Chairman.
J. D. Turner
I the creditors of Carnochan and State Road No. S-375. thenceWSouth- I Thomas J. Posey. (also known .s Nov. 28, Dec. 5-1J-19
Thomas T J.
or
Mitchell: Colin Mitchell. Thomas Ver- westerly along said<< Rightof-Way an arc Posey);
Little Pose:
Only milya. Benjamin W. Rogers and Richard -
Open distance 01: 1043.44 feet (Ute chord 01
W. W. Walker
SPECIALS Camochan Benjamin Marshall and said arc being South 61 degrees 27 ,
Tuesdays and WEEK-END John Graham and the survivor or I minutes West 1040.11 feet) thence South Ben Virginia Nelson.Green t
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survivors or successor or successorsof 53 degrees 43 minutes West along said
to Isbella
A.M. : Mathers
8:00 said ;
> co-partnership or association; Right-of-Way 1520.89 feet to the Pointof
TO: The Trustees and Shareholders Beginning containing 100 W. T Green: IN THE COURT Of THE COUNTY
moreor
Boys and Mens 49c 52c of Apalachicola Land Company namely less. The above described acres property S. W Mashers; JUDGE WAKULLA COUNTY FUOK.

$ BEEF ; Louis McLane. John Graham lying and being in the Section 33. L. Wayne Lawhon; IDA. IN PROBATE
Haircuts : Any and all
Charles Augustus Davis. Joseph M. Township 4 South Range 3 West persons firms corj re: Estate of
Flat Tops $1 White. George Griswold Joseph Dela- Wakulla County Fla. pona tions, trustees beneficiariesand W. 3. Rouse Deceased.TO .
BEEF all meat Ib. '57c field, Lew -Curtis, Nathaniel Thurston;: ALSO EXCEPT the following described others claiming or to claim ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS
,. ., TO: Carnochan and Mitchell. a co land, to-wit: by through, or under any. each HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
I I partnership formerly composed of Commence at the Southwest corner or all of the above named known I, AGAINST SAID ESTATE
5Oc John and Peter Mitchell. U now In of Section 33. Township 4 South defendants; You and each of you are herebY notified -

CHOPS Ib. ._ ....;.: ;I ,:. existence and if not now In existence, 3 West thence run North 00 degrees Range The respective wives of such of to present any claims and demand
to the surviving partners or partner 23 minutes East 166.83 feet thence the male defendants as are living which you. or either of you may have
.15c and to the unknown successors assignee North 60 degrees 55 minutes East 569.10 and the respective widows of such against the estate of W un Rose.the
BONES |lb. .. ; ,.r assignees of the said copartnershipof ] feet to a point on the centerline of of the male. defendants as are ceased late of said
Ftorda
BROWNING Camochan and Mitchell: and- to the State Road No. S-375. said point being dead; County Judge of WakuUa County. -
y3g unknown grantees legatees and die the end of a curve thence North 53 The respective husbands of such at his office in the court house of
'POTATOES 10 Ibs. tributees of said co-partnership; and to degrees 43 minutes East'along said cen- of the female defendants as are said County at CrawfordvtUe. Florida,
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f Construct 'l : the unknown heirs devisees legatees or terline 2210.27 feet thence North 58 living; and Within six calendar months from the
'if grantees of either of the said copartners degrees 42 minutes East 1034.57 feet Any and all persons having, or time of the first peach of thto
and all persons claiming by, to a concrete monument on the North claiming to have any right title, notice. Two copies claim or demand
'and Land med. 50 LARGE .. :'. 55c through or under them.. or either of boundary of said State Road No. S-375 interest, or estate adverse to the shall be in writing, and shall state'
them; said concrete monument being the title of the plaintiffs in or to the the place of residence and post ornee

; 25c TO: John Camochan. individually, Southeast corner of W. C. Harden's following. described land or any of the claimant, and shall be sworn toby
Day Phone 2 Ibs. and as trustee for the creditors of Car- property thence North 09 degrees CK part thereof situated, lying and the claimant, his agent 0 rand ate
nochan and Mitchell; minutes West 134.16 feet thence North being in the County of WakuUa accompanied by a Dhoi tone
Phones TO: Richard Camochan William 67 degrees 51 minutes East 470.05 feet and State of Florida more par- dollar and such cktA""d
Night : LARD-.51b 39c Calder; thence North 73 degrees 51 minute: 'ticularly described as follows to- not so filed shall be void
Hog jar TO: James Inerarity- and/or John East 475.08 feet thence North degrees witTRACT : Fay Price Rouse
Inerarity; 16 minutes West 13.92 feet to an iron I NO.1: As Administrator of the EstatesOf
TO: Octavius Mitchell Peter Mitchell, ''DC for a Point of Beginning From 1 I Begin at the NE corner of Section W. 3. Rouse, deceased.
WOOVILLE, FLOUR 10 lb. bag. 99 Robert Mitchell; said Point of Beginning run thence 23 .Township 4 South Range 2 West First publication Dec 12. 1M3.I .
TO: Robert Mitchell and/or Peter North 89 degrees 58 minutes East I and run thence South 3141 feet to the 4 I issues-Dec. 12-19-28. Jan. 2.
Mitchell as assignees of Carnochanand 1969.76 feet to an iron pipe in the cen- Poll From said POB run South 300
50c Mitchell a co-partnership com- ter of a branch thence North 16 degrees feet thence run West 2311 feet, thencerun
posed or formerly composed of John 15 minutes 40 seconds East along North 300 feet thence run East r
Carnochan and Peter Mitchell and as said branch 1244.66 feet to the inter- 2311 feet to the POB. containing 16
trustees for the creditors of said co section of said branch with the centerof acres more or less in the SE>'4 of Section
Down CAKE FLOUR 35c partnership.. if living and U dead. to Mill Creek thence Northwesterly 23. Township 4 South Range 2 TidesOCIILOCKONEE

Dees his or their unknown successors in trust along the center of said Mill Creek to,a West as per deed recorded at page
I assignees and his or their unkhdwi point 300 feet Westerly of the Upper 87 of Deed Book 41.
2233 Sortdi RAISINS pkg. ;. 33c heirs devisees legatees and grantees Mill Dam Site thence Southeasterly TRACT NO 2: BAY TIDE.s11I011
cestui que trust and cestui trust and 1930 feet more or less to the Point of Commence at the NE corner of Sec LOW
all persons claiming by. through or Begining. The above described lion 23, Township 4 South. Range 2 pn
property am
BOYS -29c' under them or either of them. the said lying and being in Sections 33 and West and run thence South along am pm
Robert Mitchell and/or Peter Mitchell. 34. Township 4 South. Range 3 West. section line the distance of 3141 feet, Dec. 1 1:40 3:23 8:51 I:.
.ope n days a as such assignees and as such trusteesas Wakulla County. Florida. thence run West the distance of 1678.3 Dec. 2 2:17 4-09: ':2S 9S14
aforesaid; TRACT NO. n. feet to a point which is the point of Dec. 3 2:56 '4:" 10:08 9:55
TO: Benjamin Marshall. John :Mc- beginning of the land herein described Dec. 4 3:37 5:43 10:54 10:39
Till 8 STORE Nish. Nathaniel Turston. Thomas Ver- Commence at the Southwest cornerof run thence West the distance of 220.2 Dec. S 4:21 6:34 11:44 11:35
SUWANNEE milya John P. Williamson; Section 33. Township 4 South. Range feet: thence run North 14 degrees west Dec. 6 5:17 7:30 12:39
Four master TO: John Beard as receiver of the 3 West thence run North 00 degrees: 23 the distance of 347 feet, thence run o.c> 7 6:28 8:31 12t50 1:40
Apalachicola Land Company; minutes East 166.83 feet thence North North 89 degrees 30 minutes East the Dec. 8 8.05 9:27 2:26 2M
aene CRAWFORDVILLE, FLA. TO: Any and all parties persons 55 minutes East 569.10 feet to a pointon distance of 266 feet; thence run South Dec. 9 9:53 10:14 3:56 3:"
''" firms corporations trustees cestui que the center line of State Road No. 6 degrees. 15 minutes East the distanceof Dec. 10 11:19 10:56 5:. 4s58
trust beneficiaries or others claiming S-375 said point being the end of 346 feet and/or to the point of beginning Dec. 11 12:22 11:34 5:52 5:48
DEE COOK. Mn.laabeBe Forb$.Mi r. by through or under each any or all curve thence North 53 degrees 43 a containing one and six tenths Dec. 12 _'" 1:13 6:39! 6:30
of the above named known defendants minutes East along said centerline cl.6) acres, more or less Dec. 13 12:08 1:55 7:12 7:08:
.. TO The respective wives of such of 2210.27 feet thence North 58 degrees in the E'; of Section 23. TownshIp4 Dec. 14 12:42 2:32 7:47; 7:42

'-,' .. "'" .. the said male defendants as are living. 42 minutes East 1034.57 feet to a South. Range 2 West, as per deed recorded Dec. 15 1:12 3:06 3:20 8.13
\ and to the respective widows, of such concrete monument on the North Boundary at page 10 of Deed Book 47. Dee 1ftDec. 1:43 3:38 8:50 8:42
of the said male defendants as are of said State Road No S-375 said TRACT NO. 3: 17 2:12 4:12 9:22 9:12
: dead; concrete monument being the Southeast: Commence at the NE corner of Sec Dec. 18 2:43 4:47 947 9:44
; 4 +< TO: The respective husbands of such corner of W C HaroVn's tion 23 Township 4 South Range 2 Dec. 19 3:17 5:25 10:. 10:21
: ,:0" of the female defendants as are living; thence North 09 degrees 04 property minates West, and run thence South, along section Dec. 20 3(56 1:07 11:18 11:eo
.
TO: Any and all persons having orclaiming West 134,16 feet thence North 67 degrees line the distance of 3141 feet Dec. 21 4:42 6:54: 11:68 -
any right title or Interest 51 47005 thence run West the distance of 1676.3 Dec. 22 5:42 7:44 12-.1O ":50
.. Tallahassee Business Firms '": -: .. .' adverse to the plaintiffs herein In thence North 7S adeggrrees 51 minutes feet. feet to a point, which is the point of Dec. 23 7:00 8:35 1:27 1:48

'::' ;; t : and to the real property or any part East 47508 feet thence North 19 degrees beginning for the land herein described,; Dec. 24 8:36 ':26 2:11 2:55
t : thereof and each and every parcel 16 minutes West 1552 feet to an run thence East 42 feet, thence North Dec. 25 10:18 10:16 4:10 4:05
: thereof situate. lying and being in the iron a Point of Beginning to W. J. Boynton land thence North- Dec. 2t 11:43 11:05 5:16 5:11
County of Wakulla and State ofl'1orida. From aidfor of Beginning west to an iron pipe, thence South 6 Dec. 27 12:51 11:52 6:11 6:08
.. and more particularly described as fol thence North 89 degrees 58 minutes run degrees and 15 minutes East the dis eOec.28 ?u_ 1:48 7:02 ':H
DIRECTORY lows. to-wit: East 1.969.78 feet to an iron pipe in tance of 346 feet and/or to the point of Dec. 29 12:18 2:38 7:48 7:45
The following described lands situate. the center of a branch thence North beginning, containing one-fourth tVtt Dec. 30 1:24 3:23 8:34 8:28 :
lying and being In the County of Wa 16 degrees 15' minutes 40 seconds East of ah acre, mor or less, and lying and Dec. 31 2:08 4:04 9:1. 9:09

kulla and State of Florida to-wit: along said branch 1244.66 feet to the 1 being in Section %3, Township 4 South. CORRECTION: For Cedar Key:
r TRACT NO. I. intersection of said branch with the Range 2 West, as per deed recorded at minus :M minutes; for ftawaste I
Patornize These Advertisers AO of Section 33. Township 4 South. center of Mill Creek thence Northwesterly page 12. of Deed Book 47.; river entrance: minus M intantej.
_, Range 3 West. Wakulla County Florida along the center of said JoWl Creek TRACT NO. 4: for Steinhatchee Oeadman's Bay
; Also an of Section 34. Township 4 to a point_300 feet Westerly of the i Begin at the NE corner of Section minus 14 minutes.
I South. Range 3 West lying Southwestof Upper Mill Dam Site. thence Southeasterly : %3. Township 4 South. Range 2 West

.. .- : Min Creek .West of_ the Sopchoppy 1,930 feet, more or less, to the and From run South 3411 feet to the feet.
.. 2 ,: t River and Northwest of Duval Branch. Point of Beginning. The above described said POB. run South 300 .
thence run West 2311 10th
: described feet thence North 3rd
.. more particularly as property lying and being in
Commence at the Southwest WSJ Sections 33 and 34, Township 4 South 300 feet thence run East 2311 feet to
'' ;ft'R M" Section 33. Township 4 South. Range Range 3 West. Wakuna County Florida the POB. containing 16 acres more or I
,
O. I. GRAMLING less in the SE!4 of Section 23.
Township
: 3 West and run thence North along the GREETINGS: -
: fat Section Line 61730 feet to the North- You. and each of you are hereby 4 South. Range 2 West, as per --- ----
deed recorded -- --
: west corner of said Section 33. thence required to file with the Clerk of the BoOk 41 at page 382 of Deed

'FEEDS Little. Folks Store, & CO. East along the Section Line 523 .0 feet above-styled Court. and serve on A. L. TRACT NO. Ss
to the Northeast corner of said Section Porter. Attorney-t-Law Crawfordville,
Inc. 33. thence South along the Section Line Florida attorney for L.Plaintiffs your From the SW corner of that certain
"The Capital's One-Stop Service for 1539.0 feet, more or less, to the centerof answer or other defensive pleadings to tract of land conveyed to-w. J. Boynton
and
said Mill Creek thence the complaint filed in this Son Inc. by R. M. Spears. et ux.
Majors for Minors"Ckildm't Southeasterlyalong cause on or deed
Feed Seed Fertilizer before the 9th of by dated February 2. 1949 and
the center of Mill Creek to the day January A. D.
Furniture Toy, 1964. If fall to do recorded at page 449 of 32
Sopchoppy River.
Flint River you so a decree pro aleBook
Mills of the
entheme
public records
Garnet, Bobbin Poultry Supplies along confesso will be taken aafnstyou for of
2015 S. Monroe .Ph. _0 Baby Accessories choppy Wrtythe center of said i the relief demanded In the said com- ty. Florida thence run South 1181 feet to a
02'14 point East
Duval Branch thence plaint the nature of said 2874 feet to a txttnt
Southwesterly ;
cause
N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 Garden Took being thence South
'''' 133 along the center of Duval Branch to the a suit to quiet and confirm plaintiff 47 degrees and 45 mini
,;?! .J.. Southeast corner of said Section title in and to the above-described Lad -utes East 4486 feet to a point on the

'-... '" So. Adams.' at SJLLJLR. thence West along the Section Ltae WITNESS my hand and the seal of to north the side south of Lake Ellen thence South I .
Croasaac 5280 feet to the Point of Beginning said Court at Crawfordvffle. Wakuna boundary line of the Glover
.. .
.. Posey
property in said
.. lake
thence
County. Florida this 3rd
day of December I
:" Phone 223-0173 ALSO Commence at the Southeast A. North U degrees and 45 tommeSE East
corner of the Northeast tt of Section ),1963Pearce along said property line corner

= 34. Township 4 South. Range 3 West and Clerk of the Circuit Court of Glover Poeya property and the

SUBER & JOHNSON '2 -L. ,'0 run thence South 89 degrees 48 minutes of WakuUa County. 7iatt&A Southeast corner of the tract of land rs.
West 1980.0 feet thence South 00 decrees .L. Porter.Crawfordville.. herein described. thence North 7 .t.-

R'I1v.14r x .: 02 minutes West 194.0 feet to Florida, grees and 45 minutes East 22.S chains
LaQks Wri lt' pd Seeds-Fertilizer-Baby Chicks : rtec -:, the North side of the Sopchoppy River Attorney for Plaintiffs. along the east boundary of the said
Coact'4a Blocks t for a Point of Beginning. From said (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Glover Posey's property to a point 4
,
Farm Supplies Point of Begining run thence North thence West to POB Said tract lies In
Weed and 00 degrees C2 minutes East 194.0 feet. the E'.; ot Section 23. Township 4 South

Halm Cor. Gaines and Woodward Sts. thence North 89 degrees 48 minutes Range 2 West, and contains: 21J acres
IRC- East 3122-0 feet to the West aide of the more or less. as per deed' recorded at
8eI..1H.
: fc .Tel. 2225960BakerAlford' :" Sopchoppy River thence Southerlyside MAN WANTED to manage and page 303 of Deed Book 52

r St at 4.Poiatsl.b8W Westerly along, the West operate a retail Watkins TRACT NO. 6:
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ASo'A.... of the Sopchoppy River, to the Point of From the NE corner of Section 23, '
:: P. o. Box 661 ") .. ,Capital Stone Co. Beg1Dning. Route in this area. Earningsof Township 4 South. Range 2 West, run HOW TO DELIGHT A SMALL

." '- .. .. ALSO 300 acre, more or less lyingin $U5.OO per week from the South along the eastern boundary tine: GIRL-just enough elegance to
.. .;"' ,Since 1908 Sections 34 & 35. Township 4 South of said Section 23 the distance 1164 "grownup"is
: Range 3 West and in the Northwest K they beginning. Write Mr. feet thence run North 89 degrees 30 make her feel quite
MARBLE GRANITE of Section X Township 9 South Range 3 Box minutes West 681 feet to the POB From illustrated by Les Petites
West. Wakuna County Florida more McGarity, PA 627, Wil- said POB run North 89 degrees 30 min Filles quilted robe. Flared

.' BRONZE particularly described as follows: Commence liston Florida. utes West 6803 0feet South A-lme of the
sleeves echo the
:' ,_ -r..g8r/ ,,' Co. at the Southeast corner of ti* 5 degrees and ttwrent that
MEMORIALS Northeast *i of Section 34. Township feet to the north boundary line of that robe while satin piping pieki up

4 South. Range 3 West and run thence certain tract of land conveyed to Melville one of the colors) in the delicate

: )t TJU Part HC1II.I Cenutery Work of AU Types North 89 degrees 48 minutes East!: Classified ::; J Deem by A. B. Taff. et als. by clover jrfBl. Dainty bows a.-
: ; track 1127.62 feet thence South 734.97 feet deed dated June 10. 1952. and recorded waistline
: for aato dlar -
: 4f Anything your the Empire
cent
225-0719
; : 506 W. Gaines St.-TeL to a concrete monument oa the South For Sale Refrigerator, $30. Cash. pupublicgerecoorrds0of Deed Book 41 of the ,
or tractor. Ako for your power Mgr. easterly side of the Sopchoppy River WakuUa County Flor and Eastman Kodel

:, .:: t- lawnmower; and much for year #Walter F. Buchaa Fromoisnaaid Beginning. Runs Good. Contact Her. Fort ida; thence run South 89 degrees.. 30 aee used a insulation -

_TeL 212-4&80 boat. Point of Beginning Tun minutes East along the north boundary fl
Whaley Highway 98 weightless
214 S.A w thence South 40 degrees 38 minutes : t H line of said land conveyed to Deem by ,

'. 288 N._Adams St, Ph.222-MeO East 1320.89 feet thence South 77 de- mile East Pigot Store.Medart. Taff to a pant which is South 00 degree warmth?an4 durability.r .

\ grees 48 minutes East 1571.02 feet '- and 30 minutes West 1477 feet
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the spirit of heaviness." in which to renew energies, to
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67 Eva'Cosper SOPCHOPYP NEWSBy -,,,
Dr. and Mrs. W. D. North Jr.

WAKULLA GAS INC from Newman. Georgia, were Louise C. Sapp '. '
LP weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sarah Jenks Mr. and Mrs. S

W. D. North, Sr. John Henderson, Jack and Jimmie --H

Mrs. Lottie Witt had, returnedto Henderson spent Thursday with

her home from the Mr. and Mrs. Avery Scott and
Ready to serge with LP for hospital.We
you gas your ::1 wish her a speedy recovery.Mr. family in Tallahassee. ,

and Mrs. Forest Cozen, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Budy Savior of LINE OF

heating or ooking'needs.. We invite had as their guest over the weekend Cocoa Florida visited their parents -

Mr. and Mrs Forest Cozen relatives and frienda'last. EARLY AMERICAN

: you to-let us' furnish, your gas: for any.service. .-*.. ... Jr. and family from Tallahassee! them.week-end. We were happy to see

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Mr. and Mrs.Jimmie Burges and

family spent Thanksgiving day FURNITURES

'.<..' <. ,' -- MAIL EARLY with Mrs. Burges mother at Lake

WITH Talquin.Mr. .
)Locally Owned and Operated Franklin Jones has returnedto Boston
.
.. CHRISTMASSTAMPS Mississippi, where he is attend- ROCKERS

:: : WAKULLA LP GAS N ing school after spending Thanks-

; '. giving holidays with his parents,
\ .,' _... ...... 5C Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones. I /TUdt
Mrs. Louise (Pam) Revell and rnZJime
; Moore .mrg..a.
: Billy ...
\ ?I3.-e.. children Revee and Montgomeryhave
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: : .: .... returned home after spending
t. ,. Owner-Operator : ,
;. '. several days with Mrs. Revell's :/'orChrimao
1" ,,:iT* "; c sitter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
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:? PHONE ST. MARKS 547 .. Francis Zorn in Jacksonville. '
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": "' '--m- ."" v Willie Ray Pigott of Medart and

I AND ON "!. Chipley was a social visitor here

...",., ..''. .." ,' ORW$63301 ,,- THE BACK .i over the week-end.
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....... .-' Florence Payne visited friends

and leave your order { '- USE CHRISTMAS SEALS and the relatives weekend.Mr. in Panama. City during -

FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS Sam McKenzie is ill in fEe
and other Respiratory Diseases Tallahassee Memorial Hospital We

-- wish him a speedy recovery.

I Arriving for the holidays were
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ROCKING
CHAIRS,
Randolph Roberts Mrs. Randolph ...
Roberts and sons, Dick and Mike '

from Biloxi, Mississippi, while here tfjf! ..
they visited Mr. and Mrs. Roberts INCLUDINGIl'

t parents and relatives.
1 9'Ji'J Thanksgiving dinner was held at

the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert

Roberts, Thursday, November 28.
Guest included Mrs. Delma Roberts CLARI'S

Miss June Roberts Mr. and Mrs. t
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... Jetty Hodges and family of Talla .
hassee; Mr. and Mrs. Delton Colvin, '

: ELECTRIC GIFTS' Medart; Mr. and Mrs. Randolph 1901 N. Monroe St. '

; Roberts, and family, Biloxi, Miss.; .Phone. 385-1222 P. O. Box M. S. S. 3011-

I #'- Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Earl Roberts TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDASPECIALS
and family, Tallahassee; Mr. and
From tooth brushes to broilers hair care to"HO" scale toys Mrs.. Wesley Smith.
( there are hundreds of powerfully pleasing electric gifts available .. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Crawson are
V 'W to Santa's helpers this season. Browse among the marry the'proud parents of baby. daughter
suggestions listed here. Then be sure to visit the stores featuring ,
born Dec 2 in the Tallahassee
; electric toys and appliances. Choose gifts that keep. on ,
better : Memorial Hospital. "
1 giving living. electrically
We were proud to see Mrs.Vessie .
Whetstone of Tallahassee in Sop- I $7.50' .,
BLANKET COFFEE GRINDER FOOD WARMER choppy Monday Dec. 2. Accompanying $10. Halliwell Gem Permanent :.
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: BLENDER COFFEE.MAKER FOOD WASTE DISPOSER -':;< !o ,
:. :':.':s BOTTLE WARMER CURLING IRONDARKROOM FREEZER her was a friends, Mrs.
i' -S BROILERBULBSASSORTED EQUIPMENT DRYPAN Johnson, also of Tallahassee.Mr. .
.' DEEP FAT FRYER GRIDDLE
,. CAMERA FLOODLIGHTS DEHUMIDIFIERDISHWASHER HOT DOG ROASTER Lindy Beasley son of Mr.
CAN OPENER HOT PlATE and Mrs. T.W. Beasley, has arrived
CASSEROLE DUCTLESS RANGE HOOD HAIR DRYER '
CHAFING DISH DUTCH OVEN HEAT LAMPCHARCOAL home from Germany, where he was EXPERT HAIR STYLING ', -
CLOCK LIGHTER FAN EGG COOKER > JUICER IRON (STEAM & DRY) serving with the U.S. Army.

CLOTHES DRYER FLOOR POLISHER KNIFE SHARPENER Mr.and ,Mrs. John Beasley spent

.. CLOTHES WASHER FLOOR SCRUBBER'LAMP l:;' MIXER .- several days in their Port St. Joe
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MOVIE PROJECTOR '.. home last week. They returned
r' NIGHT LIGHT from Port St. Joe Sunday night,
OUTDOOR LIGHTS Brow and Arch
,Dye
RADIO Dec. 1. Eye .
RANGE Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Futch of
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RECORD PLAYER
I Panama City returned home Mon- :
Do m. O REfRIGERATOR.FREEZER $1.00
ROASTER day after a 2 weeks visit with .
SHAVER
STEREO HIFl Mrs. Futch's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
TELEVISIONTOASTER Shelt Roddenberry.
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5 TOOTH.BRUSH Attending the Tallahassee District -
-- OZ :: f TOYS Conference of the Methodist Budget Wave $6.00
.; VACUUM CLEANER '
Church in Apalachicola on Mondaywere
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', Rev.. Richard Spage, Rev.
,1 W. H. McComas, Mrs. Florida

..:: 7 s ?? / Roberts and Mrs. Ralph Brown. .
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Mrs. Harriet Wilder left Saturdayfor 1 .:. ;-:
S 1; FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION Boston Mass. where she will
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-y ro,. ,..-..... -wn'QII-Cf/IC D I'lc"t: c-, <; Tinting
n visit her daughter until after the

i holidays.Mrs. .
@ LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY .. Richard Sprage's mother
Care $350
and 2 sisters from Cedartown, Ga., Loving

..; spent Thanksgiving with the
Sprage family.
Due to inclement weather last

Saturday the W.S.C.S. bazaar hasa

lot of gifts and cards left to sell.
:-' ROGERS SLIPS YOU INTO STYLE! They will have a display down IRENE'S BEAUTY SHOPAt

: town this Saturday morning and

i will sell everything at reasonable The ICE PLANT
prices.
5 5 5 5 Sometime there's many a slip betwixt ,;: I I Mr. and Mrs. David- Lawrenceand Operators
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the cup and the lip> but there's neyer family of Tallahassee spent Phyllis Brakebm
Thanksgiving weekend with his CRAWFORDVILLE, FLA.
doubt about these fashion-right 5
any Eveleen Crawford
mother, Mrs. Mary Roberts.
fashion-sure Rogers slips. One and ." t ; Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Timmons of Elaine Spears

all of Rogers' own nylon tricot. Style y ,. ,',,, Medart have moved to Sopchoppy
living in the Braxton Bar- -- ,-
and
.: ;. up and'sleek down treat yourself a i y are
wick house. Mrs. Timmons is the
., to. a mere slip of a slip by Rogers. : x x- z former Mamie Simmons.
5 ; Keep Stores Free

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", Rogers' own lace, dyed and finished for perfect > 'y'f' : I -
c ,: match flows over deftly molded bodice panels I OfFi'ire Hazards
.-;......: and the hemline of a luxurious cored slip. 1 a For, the Man Who Has Too Much or Everything
Proprietor of the nation's retail
." _!_ ': :Hade of Rogers own Nylon Tricot of course. .I I f a .,r k4 stores were urged today to observe
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:; ,-"i i ---..Style 4017. ,Sizes: Short. 32-38. Average, 32-40. 4 special precautions to keep their
"Colors: White Crane. Tea Rose T stores firesafe during the busy
.' .: ".: ,. <' Christmas shopping season.
: $600 By'following simple precautions,

: .... _. A Bouquet of applique! Appliqued satin : 5-- : the possibility of fire in stores
crowded with shoppers can be keptat
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highlight
; -' Sewers and tone-on-tone embroidery .
a#: .: ,.' the curved top and the hemline of amply a minimum, the National Boardof
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1- beautiful fitted slip by Rogers. r Fire Underwriters said.
s
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:' ,i'. Style 4005. Sizes: Short. 3238. Average ;,. __ Fire Safety Tips
3 -40. Average extra sizes: 42-46. Colors:

.. .-:, .,-",..:Wbke. Black. Creme, Frosty Mint. $600 suggestions The National: Board made these

b, ::' Extra Sizes In average lencth$700 5: > Enforce no smoking rules.Sinking -
:;;-, -, < by both the public and em-
I ployees should be prohibited on the
r. :;.- Rich-1! Je-rich-girl luxury! In the mood selling floors and restricted to -
specially
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i : luxurious slim-stemmed slip of Rogers'own .
to....: satin-glo tricot. Lush lace molds the designated areas.As
the hemline. A fold counters and shelves are
.-; -' eHag-iag> bodice paves 6' r
.;- of sheer details the neckline underscores stocked with fresh merchandise
!'%. S, 55 ,t&e lace-coated: h miine. empty paper cartons and boxes
;I"' '. should be removed from seWng
if" ; '. 5072. Sizes Short. 3238.. Average, '
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; ..,Style
Floors and disposed of
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; 38-36. Colors: White Black Creme, Frosty immediately
'l 1r. the same day.
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goo r
-S S Store decorations should be

;>:, ,;:;.: : .,. .. made of non-flammable or fire-re-
istant should
and
materials, care
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-.,. '. be kept clear of stock,.hand trucks
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