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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 26, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.I VOLUME 65- UMBER 18 eRA WFORDVILLE, FLORIDA Thursday December %;-1963 :: Price lOe P:f Copy

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I Cards Caine Forest Service To ... Talquin Electric: I I' _

-. _-L_ __. Season's'Firsts'
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I Meet in Tallahassee t
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Late in YuleTraditions Nearly 50 foresters, engineers $20,000 in cash refund to Talquin "

and other scientists of the United Electric: Cooperative Members.The AreTraqe'k

States Forest Service are meetingin Talquin Electric Cooperative -

Tallahassee December: 18, 19 Inc. made its first general

Many of today's Christmas and 20 to discuss the problems of : T Patronage Refund in the historyof t ; .
traditions began somewherein managing the three National .For ...... th eorganization Tuesday, December ;,

the dim past but the practice -; eats here in Florida. Those attend 10th.'Refund Shepherd -watehed, angels

r j of exchanging greeting ing the. 'meeting are from the .. checks were 'mailed, to sang and wise met.traveledfar
cards is Just a little over a centurY Ocala National. Forest at Ocala Cooperative members in Gadsden, to behold life Miracle of

l I old Maw and'"-Eustis, the Osceola National Leon, Liberty and Wakulla CoUn- the first ChrtipMk'
* In 1848 William Egley multitude
: Since that ho4 4flat
t I a "starving" young English Forest at Lake. City the Apalachicola : rj'i ties. Only those who had active of legeqdfiutil_customs a ,

,: artist, came up with, the idea National Forest at Crawford- accounts in 1949 received- checks both relights. Imtf secular,
of designing a Christmas card ville Wilma and Tallahassee, and amounted to'$20,00.There have of the
and reproducing on pieces the Forest Supervisor's staff in were 2605 members who < I once
of pasteboard for the public to Tallahassee. ,- : received checks. The largest check told, develOP. ob
The will of \ : amounted' to $243.67. The smallest e. and
discus r :
... buy.Egley's group ways : I ,
,card showed1-a family : 1:5: origins of many tradi-
.. improving the administration of -1 $1.00. The amount of refund was in though
formal
Christmas dinner t
tions are now lost in time 1
proportion to the amounts
the National Forests new-develop- paid
dance carolers, alms

c skating, other Christmas "first have I
ments in forest management and by each member for his electric
giving a Punch and Judy show ,; 4 been recorded for posterity.
and other aspects of a celebration protection and coordination of the .' 1. ',... _' 3 1 5 service that .ye' r. There are h&tQfcal Christ I
resembling the one in uses of the National Forests get This refund represents actual mas'.flnu,"attested by church I
Charles Dickens' "The Christ- the greatest public benefitfrom < earnings of the Cooperative after records and b.xig8tqMflc research
mas Carol" published a few the ,land. .' tI paying all expenses, taxes and interest into the
years previously. Unfortunately Man_ caused fires on the National #... on loans in 1949. Christianity as vrtffr_' "Arita"of
'" friends were not enthusiastic later history MI* "Antlx"
Egley's
The Electric :
Forests are still a majorcontern Talquin Cooperativewas
about his idea. : : = that blendfact' wflh *1 h.
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established in 1941
to
to the Forest Service. On the serve Y- :. -
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National Forests in Florida''each : :? rural areas .pf>> Gadsden Leon
"daddy" of all ,holiday ; and .Wakulla Counties. Selling the Dale "
yearthere twice Liberty
man
etched are as manY' :
and
cards designed : .
was ? Deegitttff IS "",, fast RII-
-. '. in 1812 by J. A. Boerner caused' fires as the Service feels ... ;From its. very./small start it has 81 -nf'd114- Thc .
I .; : a young Londoner who wanted the yean economically stand. One grown to over llboo; members and t,Plpl>latk1ltt.or: tlw NulMly in

no apologize to friends for his whole day of discussion will concentrate .. ,1 has a total f investment of nearly' abpuL..I'' : r a*) A.f1. Klwiralh
I..., failure to pay a New Year's on ways to reduce the \ .. G million doll rs. It has 65 em- .tnf"l'l f' Tf'KI;lI1wni"a s:written -

..-'It.-' .... Day"'vltit...) r. B9 rner'$ card number j>f fires. \" .'t '. j; >1oyeesand has jQfffces in Quincy, ,1n' lfI\lK lust rlwI.un
made it cleartlt''was tied to his The managementpf: wildlife habitat -,. : 'T lla asser awnlosford. <*r.tliati hixtnry,11w' rend ',
home by, depicting him with { d 1i 't t:nriri'. birth b ww
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locked on the National Forests will "] I rFi it s ..3 Talquin Electric is actually -
his coat caught in the known.
also discussed. The Leon-Wakul- 1 owfied by its members who receive
doorway of his house.In '- The present' clay wan nrlerl rrttKameaiw
Sir Cole a la and Liberty Game ManagementAreas electric service from it. Its policies: of ri
i 1843 Henry unifying tip < >-
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busy English "missionary" of are on, the_ Apalachicola ck are controlled by a Board of elected servunee* ftf 1..hrIstmras: "'hr.
culture, hit upon the idea of National Forest.: The: management ; : I 1 Lr Directors, representing each'of the 1J.1n. atr CThriftf:

sending out little missives at of the game on these two areas ....-.:. .., counties. The Directors serve without ;-11' + ..
Christmas. John Calcott Hors- is the responsibility of' the Florida ? f N ..3.' salary. Adrian C. Fletcher of' Hanging Storking'*

;. ley of the Royal Academy, famous Game and Fresh Water, "' om- LI ., Greensboro is President of the Story of the first cnrimtmnx

for his campaign against mission but the management the ,.. 'Board., stocking 'U associated with the:
nude art, designed the cards Leon E. Weaver is the"Coopera real St. Nicholas, a fourth century -
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and Sir Henry sent out 1000
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friends. Forest ,Service, Management praci -5 ; .tive's. General Manager. The Di- bishop
kind deeds Wishing to
It wasnt until t.he.eatly ices to' improve this land as' a .."''-.... rectors- are M. B. Bates Jr. of present many an anOnymous KI) to

1860's that cards were:Issued .' home for deer' turkey,.bear ;and # Quincy, P. W. Shelfer, Jr. .of Havana help the daughters of an impoverished
for general distribution by a : small-, game will be among the:. Gordon Pichard of Tallahassee mtlrehant.l1t'threwa

large English publishing com-, subjects: 1 v i Haynes Herold of Miccosukee.C. : bag of gold down the chimney -
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pany. Other subjects to be discussed /r C. Cargal of Spring Creek, Dan where it fell into a stock-
Christmas greetings were are range management, timber"nanagement tJ iel Stoutamire of Hosford, E. H. ing hung up to dry.
Introduced into the United
The legend is reflected in
insect and disease Revell of Bristol and J. Wright
States by the Marcus Card today's: custoni of tucking
company of London. They be- i-ontrol. ah dthe Forest Service Clark,\ of Mt. 'Pleasant. .., ., "goJ came popular Immediately evident prevention program.>> Silent [ ] ', ,'-' -= into \ft tfe ef'a Chrttjna& -
and in 1874 Louis Prang, a ight t : :, ; Yj ioeiln. /. .
German immigrant,.started a Holy ni.,ht, At tin* ({omul' Tahli *'.* .

Christmas' card business\ at How the Tree Grew Traditionally, the first Trim "
Shepherds the Christmas feast in Englandwas in ing Tree.-"'* ,
Roxbury-Mass. When the German- prince, quake at sight. Trimmed Christmas trees ,
: held at the Round Tableof
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"toni *" Alfred married Queen Victoria
first appeared in the United i
,I At the turn of the century he carried the custom of the Glories. stream from heaven afar, : King date Arth is undetermined f. While the,specific references -- scales probably during the :
he ceased publishing rather Yule tree to England,and from American Revolution. Hessian :
to the famous in
1 than compete with imports there it spread by imitation Heav'nly hosts sing Allelui. medieval legends have king been .soldier* with the British forces r
flooding, the market. For the 'and immigration to the United started the practice to relieve ;
traced back to as early as 600
next decade 'or so -the customof States and Canada. Christ the Saviour i is born A.D. tneir notfaJgfe for their home- ,
exchanging cards fell out The German origin is appropriate -, land. !

of fashion. ,since it was Germany An early diary, written at :
Christ
Only after World War One that the English missionarySt. J 1 the Saviour is orn. Fort'DeatborrC:111., in 1804 relates
did American manufacturers Boniface formerly a monk NOTICE '" the practice of trimmingthe
begin (o achieve success in the named Winfrid first Instituted a wfllV'be: C1u'MtIIu tree with ornaments -
card business. Then inexpensive the decorated fir tree a 4 Tully Motor Service of the;time.
printing and lithographing tribute to the Christ Child as ;1 closed from Dec.- 24 through ;
processes brought Christ- a replacement for the sacrifices January 1st'for: the holidays.
mas cards- within everyone's made to the oak which President Sought 'Good OldDays' 'I
reach.'f'f was sacred to the pagan god
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Desplte'lts relatively recent Odin. At Christmas tune,nostalgiafor Most people today whose others set forth a table of
'. start in this country the cus- "the good old days" is as thoughts turn to Christmasesof treats in the home, ready to Journeying to Bethlehem I
t tom has caught the fancy of When Caroling BeganWith prevalent as turkey and trimmings yore would certainly settle share with callers. 1 II
the American public,to the extent the Joyful strains of decorations and gifts. for a date much later than The same is 'true of that I
P. thatit sends billions of "Silent Night"The First Everybody had more fun 1891 as the time when the "good old days" habit of mak- I
Christmas cards every year Noel" and other beloved carols or so the feeling goes dur- "good old-fashioned Christ- ing gifts. In this "new day" of
according to Mrs. Peggy Gilbert today's carolers carry on a ing those good old-fashioned mas" had ceased to exist. increasing interest In sewing.. 13s II
of, Norcross. Inc. meaningful Christmas custom Christmases when life was But If the spirit of an old- many lovingly homecraftedgifts
;. that originated centuries ago. simpler and according to tradition fashioned Christmas didnt are found under Christ-' 1

+ ','. As early as the fourth cen- the snow drifts were vanish as early as President mas trees and yesterday'sMom
tury A. D.. a musical poem was always piled high the foods Harrison feared it had, when would no doubt have> -
1 for feasting were always home- did It go? Or has it really disappeared been glad to trade her treadle ':
grown and home-cooked; the forever? sewing machine for one of.to I
., gifts and decoration always Most of all. an "old-fash day's electric models 63-MAT PAGE 27
... : lovingly hand-made and the ioned" Christmas is made up Can't Chop Tree ;' Christian Visitors Seek Church of Nativity I I

; ff tree, itself always chopped of traditions.Even in northern While Dad may not be able For Three Celebrations of Christmas i
down by the head of the houseon climates only hope luck and to chop down atree' for the '
t Or Wreaths a personal foray to some the weatherman can say each family (conservationists of. '\ Pilgrimage to Bethlehem Is Roman Catholic: Greek Or- !

.' hillside or lot.Christmas. year whether the traditionalsnow our"good old forests"wouldn'tapprover for thousands of Christians thodox and Armenian denominations : ;
f i ; r Using wreaths as decorations at nostalgia has drifts will be forthcom- J. a look at any place -1. '; each year the focal point off share the
r k I Christmas may be traced to the customs even been- known to affect ing. Other traditions however where trees are sold in the "I.: the religious observance of the Nativity Roa tE
Rf the four before heads'of state=; to be specific, may necessarily belong days before Christmas reveals : Christmas. Visitors of' many churches begin tile: ,.
of
r .Advent season Sundays United to the past. faiths make the to Bethlehem
a President of the only that choosing the tree Is stilla trip celebrations with mantes on
Christmas-.a time of preparation for the States.It .everyone's duty, Not All "$tore Bought" .personal all-family matter. now a part of Jordan Christina Sv.. December 2*.
coming.of the Christ Child. Traditionally the the President felt to make Preparing foods for feasting Involving' plenty of, old-fashr to the Church of the Nativity. Eastern churches observeChrist's
U Advent,wreath is made of branches, Christmas merry. He and his was doubtless fun and hard loned fun.'Almost. above the Grotto of the NativIty birth In January. FOr
evergreen : :- family he declared were goIng work In the good old days every nostalgic where Christ was born. the Greek Orthodox church,
t ".'"interlaced- with red ribbons. It holds four j., to have an"ol candles. One candle is lit at dusk on the first -
of Advent .the next threethe It Happened in 1891A "store bought." Many a the present. And all the story was an Improvised stableIn January 6, Christmas Day -
Sunday t\y Sunday,
t search through recent family cherishes the tradition while new traditions are building a cave hewn out of rock January 7. Armenian churches
; next and four on the list I Sunday before newspapers or even through of having the children "help- up as each family, each near the center of the hill celebrate both Ctttictmas and

t .-/Christmas. The"wreathniaysbe;; placed, ;.-, _, recent.history would provide Mother as the holiday goodiesare community creates and treasures town of Bethlehem. Epiphany on January 18. ;
t;;(... 14. .oa a door act.Qn n'tabte '* :. "' .no details, however.; about this concocted. its customs. .> \ ; 1, Christmas is observed three Those of the Protestant ,
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I\t ,. ;*? .re__ *? or" buagr 5. \ ... Xrt; I1'e.ror: : President: was Even the, readypreparedfoods :in another 70 years, perhaps --', -, times at Bethlehem and for faiths gather In Shepherds
,g; ,1 1 frqpi tile cemng.: 5p ; :gBef::: amin JJairisoa. who. on have their traditions.For some public figure may each observance the' Mandel- Fields the nearby site whet.
': *> t'-. -* .J|December :221R 1891. ahribunced instance some families' :say "It's time to get back to baum Gate bet ween,the Israel according to tradition,
o repbrters his plan deliver gift packages of 'cakes the good old ways of celebrat- and Arab sectors of Jerusalemis shepherds heard the angel
for a "good old-fashioned. or candles to friends 'When trig Christmas." So have anoldfashionedChrlstmasnow opened to admit the Christian the Lord come to tell of tle
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I i WAKULLA Thursday, December COUNTY 26.NEWS 1963' 5 < :;' .f:., :'.'. ::(' =.: 'iN*SECOND FLORIDA,THE' CIRCUIT JUDICIAL IN AND COURT FOR CIRCUIT WAKULLA" OF' THE OF the West choppy Northerly Sopchoppy 2233.8 River and feet to Easterly River the to Point,the thence along North of Beginning.Westerly.the side Sop of


: COUNTY IN CHANCERY. LESS & EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING
WORKLAND (: < :
BULLDOZER '
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j :WANTED ,'- ; _, Rouse No.- 1233 Commence at the Southeast corner of

., '. Fay Price individuallyand the Northeast* Quarter of Section 34. '
as Executrix of the- Estate ," Township 4 South. Range 3. West. Wa-
f WAKULLACOUNTY CLEARING .? of W. J. Rouse. deceased. W. C. kulla County. Florida and run thence w
Rouse. Jr. A. B. TaU and C.
v* Taff. South 89 degrees 44 minutes West
..... l Plaintiffs. 2469.0 feet. thence South 727.15 feet
NEWST I Contact Archie Black, RU 1, Box 66 :< : '. to the Center of Mill Creek for a Pointof

Hosford Florida ** Colin< Mitchell. et als. Beginning. From said Point of Be- 177)

t : ... ._. .' ... Defendants. ginning run thence South 89 degrees<< ))

WAlnut 6-ttOl '.-,, .,: 53 minutes West 938.7 feet. thence North CHEERFUL s.ei4lfiF
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,. SUIT TO QUIET TITLE 20 degrees 53 minutes West 105.0: feet.
'. --;,' thence South 69 degrees 53 minutes

'. West 210.0 feet. thence North 20 :13
r-; NOTICE TO ANSWERIN degrees

tit. THE NAME OF THE STATE OF North 53 minutes 24 degrees West 53 270.0 minutes feet West thence 726.0 ((442

FLORIDA: feet thence North 51 degrees 23 minutes
-t IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY O: W. S, Smith. and Doris Smith his West 195.0 feet thence North 20
Virginia Kefehtlej .: Editor JUDGE WAKULLACOUNTY.: FLORIDA wife. Cyo'USAF, Goose Bay. Lab- degrees 51 minutes East 1280 feet to

? IN PROBATE.IN rador. D. C.; the Center of Mill Creek, thence South-
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY' RE: ESTATE OF O: Lillian S. Powell and Fill Powell easterly along the center line of Mill
FLOR. '
JUDGE. WAKULLA COUNTY. ISHAM KINSEY her husband. Charleston., South Creek to the Point of Beginning the rceWaP
IN PROBATE.In Carolina
IDA. Deceased. ; above described property
lying and
-Estate of PERSONS TO Stanley H. Gray and Josie Gray.
re: TO ALL CREDITORS AND being in Section 34r Township 4 South.
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W. J. Rouse. Deceased.TO DEMANDS his wife. Meadow Brook Road.
Floridaas HAVING CLAIMS OR Range 3 West.
l Entered at Crawfordville. ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Richmond. Virginia;
ALSO: Commence at the Southeast
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HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS TO Robert Ward Gray and VerdeU
You and each of you are : corner of the Northeast Quarter
hereby of
second class matter. Sub rip AGAINST SAID ESTATE: fled and required to present Gray his wife. 30 Pleasant Ridge Section 34. Township 4 South Range
You and each of you are hereby notified and temandy which you, or either of Drive. Ashville. North Carolina; 3 West Wakulla County. Florida. and

tiQn rate: f3.00 per year to present any claims and demands have you. may nave against the estate afJ TO: Herbert Revel 'and Eddie Mae run thence South 89 degrees 46 minutes <
which you or either of ;you. may sham Kuuey deceased, late of Revell. his wife. 311 Cotton Avenue. West 779.86 feet thence South 260.0feet ,
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r against the estate of W. J. Rouse deceased County to the County Judge of Wakulla ThomasvUle. .Georgia; to a point on the South bank of the best of Christmas cheer .
late of said County. to Floe, County. Florida. at his office in the TO Horace Revell, and Magdalene the Sopchoppy River said point bering ;
County Judge of Wakulla County. court house of said County at Crawford Revell. his' wife Rt. No. 3.ThomasvfUe the Point of Beginning. From said
and hearts of
of fill the homes
house our '
ida at his office in the court ville., Florida within six calendar Georgia; Point of Beginning run thence South
said County at Crawfordv Florida months from the time of the first publication TO: J. E. Revell and June Revell. his 25 degrees 35 minutes West 320.0 feet.
If You Need. within six calendar months from of this the of this notice. Two copies of wife. P. O. Box 996. Fairbanks. thence South 64 degrees 25 minutes East frields'and patrons during the
time of the first publication each claim or demand shall be in Wl'I Alaska; 3450 feet thence North 25 degrees35 ,
notice. Two copies of each claim or demand TO Mrs.. Marie Godwin and D. C. Godwin
of
shall state the place minutes East 225.0 feet
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Office Supplies shall be in writing,and shall state dance and post office address of the 1 her husband. 215 North Miller bank of SopchoppyRiver, thence the Northwesterly South holiday season. It has been a wt

Business Machines the place of residence and post office claimant and shall be sworn to by the I Avenue. West Bainbridge. Georgia along the South bank of said
of the claimant and shall be sworn to his attorney and TO: Harley Revell and Text? Mae
la.mant. agent or Sopchoppy River to the Point of Beginning privilege and pleasure to serve
Office Furniture by the claimant his agent. or attorneyand accompanied by a filing fee of one .Revell. his wife. 243 N. Castro the above described property- .
accompanied by a filing fee of dollar and such claim or demand not so Tuscon. Arizona; lying and being in the Southeast
see or Call one dollar and such, claim or deiftsmd filed shall be void.TRUDD3 : I TOBlonza R. Keck and Ed Keck her of Section 34, Township 4 South Quarter you all during the past year. ? .
not so filed shall be void. STOUTAs husband. 1923 South 3rd Street. Range 3 West.

Fay. Price Rouse executor of the Last .Will Miles. Michigan; ALSO: EXCEPT: Commence at the
c RANEY WHALEYat As Administrator of the Estatesof .and Testament of Isham Kinsey. TO Lucille tV Ulrie and Brady Ulric. Southwest corner of Section 33. Town
W. J. Rouse deceased. deceased her husband. Rt., No. 4. Box 177. ship 4 South Range 3 West and run

First publication Dec. 12. 1963. First publication Dec. 19, 29. 1963. Jan. Opelika. Alabama thence North 00 degrees 23 minutes
4 issues-Dec. 12-19-29. Jan. 2. 3. 10, 1964.O. TO: Theodore C. Harris and Mrs. East 16683 feet. thence North 60 de-
Theodore C. Harris, his wife. General grees 55 minutes East 569.10 feet toa
CAPITAL OFFICE Delivery. McCall. Mississippi: point on the center line of State Road
EQUIPMENT CO. TO: J. D. Harris and Violet Harris his No. S-375. said point being the end of a
wife. General .Delivery. Columbus.
curve thence North53 degrees 43 '6AlMi.... a ti a .
Georgia; minutes East ,along said
center line-
319 South Adams St. : TO,: George Harris. Jr.. and Bernice 689.38 feet thence North 36 '-'
degrees 17
Corner E. PensaeolaTALLAHASSEE -' : NOTICETO :. : : : Harris his.wife. General Delivery.. minutes West 50.0 feet to a concrete
: Alexander City, Alabama: :
FLORIDA monument the Northwesterly Right-
'c" TO: The following defendants, whose of-Way of State Road No. S-375: (said
residences and addresses are unknown concretemonument being In the centerof
after diligent search and inquiry andif a branch) for a Point of Beginning.
any are dead, to their unknown heirs From said Point'of Beginning 'thencerun
devisees and assigns, and to the husbands -
North 37 28
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or of any such defendants: 161.0 feet thence North
wiSi 76 degrees 42
READY MIX THE CITIZENS OF Haines and Ray minutes West 170.65 feet thence South
Haines; Herbert Moore. Jr. and Mrs. 83 degrees 27 minutes West 160.70 feet.
Herbert Moore; Elizabeth Smith; DorisS. thence North 7 degrees 29 minutes

Holden. and Shay Holden. her hus- West 702.65 feet thence North 36 degrees 3f
F WAKULLA COUNTY band;
V 10 minutes East 115.56 feet
TO Robert Bradham. John
': Duggar thence North 18 degrees 47 minutes
and Marion Duggar his ''1fe. Almon East 161.84 feet, thence North 11 de-
zrI Levy and Ritty Levy, his wife Wm. L. grees 49 minutes East 338.50 feet
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
Duval Michael Burns also known as thence North 22 degrees 30 minutes w

Michael Barnes. Lodwick E. Laird andCaroline West 32700 feet thence North 15 degrees
R. Laird, his wife. ,George W
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DRY CLEANING AND LAUNDRY ,;.. Rich. Dr. John Kost. W.: T. Duval.: thence South 88 degrees East 48 minutes 371.85 East feet.
O165 :; '. ., W .E. Duval. John J. Cason and M. I. 230.50 feet thence North 63 degrees 16 ..Pl .
Call 222
Cason. his wife Cader Kersey Mary
ruinates East 221.45 feet, thence North
',' I Bostick. Mattie E.:: Bailey. N. E. Whetstone 70 39 Ii.
MftPUS CONSREIf I degrees minutes East 145.28 feet,
MAY BE LEFT AT P. A. Brinson. E. B. Revell and thence North 61 degrees 42 minutes
Isiah Roddenberry, as guardian of JohnMcLaughlin.
TALLAHASSEE East 230.32 feet thence North 67 degrees .
Colin
Mitchell Robert
24 minutes East 167.04 feet
THE WAKULLA NEWS OFFICE t' Mitchell, in his own right and as thence North 63 degrees 16 minutes;
assignee of the estate and effects of the East 202.51 feet thence North 61 de-

mercantile house heretofore trading grees 53 minutes East 124.17 feet thence,
under the firm name of "Carnochan and P
North 69 degrees 38 minutes East 131.43
THREE DAYS SERVICE Mitchell". and as trustee of the credi feet, thence North 67 degrees 27 minutes "
tors of said firm;
East 74.60 feet thence North 88 degrees
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TO: Apalachicola Land Company a 09 minutes East 190.30 feet. thence' j f
PANACEABARBER co-partnership or joint stock companyr South 85 degrees 03 minutes East 101.82
WILL BE GIVEN CUSTOMERS association composed or formerly feet thence..South degrees 44 minutes /

SHOP composed of Peter Mitchell as Executor East 478.93 feet thence South 15 degrees -
of Robert Mitchell. and John Car 58 minutes East 1144.67 feet to .

nochan and Peter Mitchell as Trusteesfor a point on the North Right-of-Way of ..r.
the creditors of Carnochan and State Road No. S375. thence Southwesterly .
On Mitchell Colin Mitchell. Thomas Ver- along said Right-of-Way :": .:> ..
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Open milya. Benjamin W. Rogers and Rich- distance of .. '
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Benjamin Marshall and said arc being South 61 degrees 27 : ,-
Tuesdays and Saturdays John Graham, and .the survivor or ;\inutes West 1040.11 feet) thence South ',/V .\ 4'

8OOA3i.lo8OOP.M.Boys survivors or successor or successorsof 53 degrees 43 minutes West along said ,.>' .'
'A said co-partnership or association; Right-of-Way 1520.89 feet to the Point .. '
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containing acres more "
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Haircuts $1.00 Iv; Louis McLane. John Charles Augustus DaVis Jotuph M. !
Township 4 South. Range 3 West,
Flat Tops $1.25BROWNING White. George Griswold. Joseph Dela- Wakulla County. Fla. \L"
fi..lr*. Lewis furti! Nathaniel Thurstnn'
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TO: Carnochan and Mitchell, a co scribed land, to-wit: o s
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partnership formerly composed of Commence at 'the Southwest corner m. r' '

John and Peter Mitchell if now in of'Section 33, Township 4 South. Range $ '
existence and if not now in existence 3 West, thence run North 00 degrees ;
to the surviving partners or partner 23 minutes East. 166.83 ,feet, thence l

I" and. to the unknown successors, assigneer North 60 degrees 55-minutes East 569.10 .. : :
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assignees copartnershipof
BROS. feet to a point on the centerline of i"
Carnochan and Mitchell; and' to the State Road No. S-375, said point being
unknown grantees, legatees and dis the end'bf a curve thence North 53 ; "
tributees of said co-partnership and to degrees 43 minutes East along said centerline :

Construction, Excavating the unknown,heirs devisees,.legatees or 221027 feet thence North 58 : .
grantees of either of the said copartners degrees 42 minutes East 1034.57 feet h'
and all persons claiming by. to a concrete monument the _.
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Clearing LltNa through or under them or either of boundary of said State Road No. S-375. ",;"

them; said; concrete monument being the <' ': : ;
TO John Carnochan. individually ''I Southeast corner of W. C. Harden' ..-1. ( ,:
Day Phone 222-9065 and as trustee for the creditors of Carnochan property thence North 09 degrees, 04 < ,

and Mitchell; minutes West 134.16 feet thence North 's FLINT RIVER 1 MILLS .: .
Night Phones: 224-8801 TO: Richard Carnochan.' William 67 degrees 51 minutes East 470X15 feet '
WISe Calder; thence North 75 degrees 51 minutes Tallahassee Fla. .
224-4893 TO: James Inerarity and/or John East 475.08 feet thence North 19 degrees ; '/ :

Men followeda Inerarity; 16 minutes West 1592 feet to an Iron ;. .
TO: Octavius Mitchell.. Peter Mitchell ne for a Point of Beginning. From .
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WOOVILLE, FLORIDA Star to seek.' 'Robert Mitchell: ', said Point of Beginning run thence ....

rO: Robert Mitchell and/or Peter North 89 degrees 58 minutes East .. :
.. to find and Mitchell as assignees of Carnochanand 1969.76 feet to an iron pipe in the center '::j ,,:
Mitchell, a co-partnership com- ; of a branch thence North 16 de- ',' ;c'
worshipHim posed or formerly composed of John _rees lo minutes tO seconds East along
Carnochan and Peter Mitchell and as said branch 1244.66 feet to the inter.
trustees for the creditors of :.,; :
said co- section; of said branch with the centerof
Barber so may. you partnership, if living, and if dead, to Mill Creek thence Northwesterly IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP ';THE s
Dees Shop his or their unknown successors in trust, the of y".
find thepeace along center said Mill Creek to a SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ..
d assignees and his or their unkhdwn point 300 feet Westerly of the Upper FLORIDA IN AND FOR WAKULLA]t }

.2218 Sotfdi MoansBOYS and joy of heirs devisees legatees and grantees Mill Dam Site, thence Southeasterly .COUNTY., IN CHANCERY.No. .
: cestui que trust and cestui trust and 1930 feet
more or less:to the Point of 1247 :
HAIRCUTS $1.00 all persons claiming' by. through or Beginning.The above described T. A. RAKER. *
property .
a holy Christmas.WAKULLA .
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or either of them the said tying and being in Sections 33 and Plaintiff. .
Robert Mitchell and/or Peter Mitchell. 34. Township 4 South ,,'
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Open 6 days a week Friday ...,' as such aforesaid assignees and as such trusteesas Wakulla County. Florida. West, Eddie DONALDSON JR.. et als..
; TRACT NO IT. Defendants.
Till 8 p.m. TO: Benjamin Marshall. John Mc- SUIT TO QUIET TITLE 'lr
Nish. Nathaniel Turston. Thomas Ver- Commence at the Southwest cornerof NOTICE TO DEFENDANTS
milya John P. Williamson; Section 33 Township 4 South. ORDER TO APPEAR
Four master barbers to : PHARMACYcrswfozdville TO: John Beard as receiver of the 3 West. thence run North CO degrees Range 23 THE STATE OF FLORIDA. To
Apalachicola Land Company: minutes 16683 Emma
serve you. East feet thence North Mathews and John Mathews.
Fla.. TO: Any and all parties persons, 55 minutes East 569.10 feet to a point her husband each om whose address is.
;: firms corporations trustees cestui: que on the center line of State Road No. 31? Iceland Str et. Dayton. Ohio: and .
trust. beneficiaries
DEE COOK. Owu.r bv. under or others claiming S-375. said point being the end of a I Any and an persons having or claiming -!
of the through above or named each any or all curve thence North 53 degrees 43 I to have any right title. Interest or;
known
defendants; minutes East along said centerline I e'tat* n TO The ,
: respective wives of such of 2210.27 feet thence North 58 degrees In or to the following described
the said male defendants
as are living 42 minutes East 103457 feet land or thereof
and to the to a. any part situated. lying -
TI respective widows of suchof concrete monument on the North boundary and being in Wakulla County. Flor
the said male
., dead defendants as are of said State Road No. S-375 said I ida. more particularly described as

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husbands
of such corner of W. C. Harden's property. Begin at the SW corner of the NW '
of the female defendants as are living: thence North 09 degrees 04 min.tea :--of Lot 24 of the Hartsfleld Survey: oil
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: Any and all persons having or West 134.16 feet thence North 67 de- Lands in Wakulla County. Florida and

'. Tallahassee Business ,Firms adverse claiming to any the right title or interest grees 51 minutes East 47005 feet. I. run North 72 30' East 502.5 feet to C/o worship in the
plaintiffs herein in I the Point .
thence North 75 degrees 51 minutes of Beginning. From said Point .
and to the real
property; or any part East 47508 feet. thence North 19 degrees of Beginning run North 17* 30' West
thereof, and each and every parcel 16 minutes West 15.92 feet to an 866.7 feet; thence run North 72 30 East church of-yotfr choice Vi. .

; thereof situate lying and being in the iron pipe for a Point of Beginning 502.5 feet; thence run South 17* 30' .
County of Wakulla and State of Florida From said Point of Beginning East 886.7 feet; thence run South 72 the
and more run 3? to hear fe
; DIRECTORY : lows. to-wit particularly described as fol thence North 89 degrees 58 minutes West 502.5 feet to the Point of Begin

: The : East 1.969.76 feet to an iron pipe in ning containing 10 more or less. ... ., "
I ; following described lands situate, the center of a branch, thence North *rt bring situate athe } of the Christmas story. to
lying and being in the
kulla and State of County of Wa- 16 degrees 15 minutes 40 seconds East NW/4 of Lot 24 of the Hartafiefd Survey
Florida to-wit: along said branch 1.44.6G feet to the of Lands in Wakulla County Fltrida. Christmas carols. .
TRACT .
NO. I. sing
; intersection of said branch with the GREETINGS:
Patornize These Advertisers ,_ AIl of Section 33. Township 4 South. center of Mill Creek thence Northwesterly T. A. Raker, having filed In this
3
Range )West. Wakulla County. Florida along the center of said Mill Creek Court his sworn Complaint herein pray to greet your
: ." -' : Also all of Section 34. Township 4 to a point 300 feet Westerly of the Inc for a decree of this Court tileconfirming
South. Range 3 West lying Southwest Upper Mill Dam Site, thence Southeasterly lishing quieting and
; S of Mid Creek. West of. the Sopchoppy 1.930 feet title to the his !friends and neighbors&
more or less to the above described lands, re-
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.. ; ..: ; \ -; ? River and Northwest of Duval Branch Point of Beginning. The above described rSoving clouds from his title, for de

more Commence particularly described as follows: property lying and being In cree holding such clouds nun and void 1* to share the joys oft Q
at the Southwest
FRM corner o f Sections 33 and 34. Township 4 South. and praying for a perpetual Injunc

.. .. I. GRAMLING Section 33. Township 4 South. Rang Range 3 West. Wakulla County. Florida. tion against the defendants. and each i
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.f/ '. ". ,' ', 3 West and run thence North along the GREETINGS: and every one of them. herein above the season-with f
>.... .- Section Line 6173.0 feet to the Northwest You. and each of you are hereby named and described asserting any title ;
Little Store corner of said Section' 33. thence required to file with the Clerk pf the to er attempting to make
FEEDSFliitVRiver Folks & CO.. : East along the Section Line 521)6.0 feet above-styled Court. and serve on A. L. veyances of said lands bereinabove any 'con de your loved ones. .

Inc. to the Northeast corner of said Seetion Porter. Attorney-at-Law.; CrawfordvfOe scribed; and praying for a decree of ..
# 33. thence South along the Section'Line Florida attorney for Plaintiffs your peaceable possession of MM lands tn.th* that's Christmas and "
The Capital'sMajors One-Stop Service for 1535.0: feet. more or less to the centerof answer or other defensive pleadings to said plaintiff above named and for .
for Minors" said Mill Creek thence Southeaster the complaint filed in this cause on or oral, relief it Is therefore. gen .

CiUre's Furniture Toy. Feed Seed Fertilizer along the center of Mill Creek to the before the. 9ti\. day of January A. .D. ORDERED that each one t" may you and yours

Mills Hobbies : Sopchoppy River. thence Southerl. 1964. If you fall to do so a decree pro of the defendants above named and
Gaines : Poultry SuppliesGarden along the Westerly side of the Sop confesso wiU be taken against .you for designated described or t
I
it the fuHestlDIE'S
2615 S. Monroe .Ph.'223-0274 Baby Accessories choppy River to the center of, said the relief demanded in the said com- U hereby required to file rg.enw:1I enjoy to .

: 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 ., Tools Duval Branch. thence _Southwesterbalong plaintthe -nature n3f said cause defenses to said Complaint tn this cause
:: the center of Duval Branch to the a suit to quiet confirm inns and to serve a copy thereof upon J. H.

., > ". So. Adasas at SJLLJLR.Crossing Southeast corner of said Section 33Idrie,. title in and to the above-described land. Hudson Attorney..t.Law, P O. Box
thence West along the Section said my hand and the seal of M. Crawfordville, Florida on or before
S8O.0: feet to the Point of Beginning. at CrawfordvfDe. Wakulla the 2Tth day of January UM. or said i

# Phone 2236173Capital County. Florida this 3rd day of De- Complaint win be taken as confessed
ALSO Commence at the Southeas cember. A. D. 1963.Moody and said cause proceed against each of
corner of the Northeast of Section PearceClerk said defendant accordingly.

... 34. Township 4 South.Range 3 West and
'!orSeedsFertiliel'Bahy '.,' of the Circuit Court : WITNESS my hand as Clerk and the
SUBER & ; run thence South 89 degrees 46 minute of Wakulla County. Florida. Seal of said Court at CrawfordvCle.
West 1980.0 feet thence South 00 degrees A :L. Porter. .
Florida this
lth
day
and Regular *' : ;;so.- -0.' 02 minute West 194.0 feet to CrawfordvUle. Florida of December .

Ligkt Weight Chicks .. the North side of the Sopchoppy River Attorney for Plaintiffs. !MOODY PEARCE 4.
Concrete Blocks .. for a Point of BeJ U l1e. From said
CIRCUIT
.. COURT SEAL Clerk Circuit
'. ) Court ofwakuBa
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Farm SuppliesCor. '. 'y- i 1. .c-- Point of Begining run thence North County. Florida .

Haaseft Weed and 00 degrees 02 minutes East 194.0 f sec< (dreuit Court Seal)

Gaines and Woodward Sts. .. :...- .r. thence North 89 degrees 46 minutes J. H. Hudson
Heel Inin Inc. 2225960'RakerAlford : East 31224) feet to the West side of the P. O. Box MoAn.uford '
Tel. MAN WANTED to and
Sopchoppy River thence Southerly and manage Florida.
S. Adams St. at 4-Potnts. Westerly along the West and North side retail Watkins fine Plaintiff. .

TeL 2fi&e40 P. O. Box 661 ? Stone Co. of Beginning.the Sopchoppy River to the Point of operate Route in a this area. Earnings Dee. I*. 26-T1n. 3. 10. ,

ALSO: 300 acres more or le**. b-tnc BAlBi* SHOP
Since 1908 in Sections 34 & 35. Township 4 South. of $125.00 per week from the ; ..t'

Range 3 West. and in the Northwest !4 _
the beginning. Write Mr. < .. :'_ ,
very .
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MARBLE GRANITE of Section 2. Township 5 South RangeWest. >_ S .-? :/ 2238 a MONBOfi'TALLAHASSEE
Wakulla County. Florida more McGarity, Ro. Box 627, Wfl-
>1 BRONZE particularly described as follow Commence
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i .(:YoIj: 'r,: Co:; ;' 'MEMO-RIALS at the Southeast corner of the liston, Florida.

\< ..: he..r-# Northeast !4 of Section 34. Township -T > | "- If IIOASTLNC' PEACOCK .
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.. 4*South. Range 3 West and'run,.thence : : X'l ,' u.. .
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"Tk Port Har Cemetery ,Work of AU Type North 89 degrees 46 minutes East "J Roast>eaCOCk was fa".J'U1 0 r -i ,..9 '

track 1127.62 feet. thence South ..73447. HARD {\ APRIL -: delicacy in jnedlevaJ j -
f Anything for your auto, MS W. Gain SL- TeL 225-0719 feet ; : r'j ; :England IN BETHLEHEM, GA.
to a concrete monument on .the SoutiV;
f, tWe oi Bond or tractor. Also for your power'1aWmno..er KaT.1 easterly side of the Sopchoppy River HandeTs.Messiah1 often Jin early recipe directs careful; ** ?
F. Bachan. A tJO the
i J and reach f-er,year Walter ". >. o<* star lights
; for a Point of Beginning. heard at the Christmas removal of the peacock head-
St. -Tek .t68t1. boat. From said Point of Beginning run season and countryside around Bethlehem -
,A 1ta was begun In skin so that the roast bird
.s. August
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thence South 40
degrees 38- minutes finished Ga
at Christffl&sCA
;.268 N. Adams St. Pfa.2fi -38eo ; f East J3:2:0.feet.: : _thence South 77 ,degrees in September and first can be sewn back Into It before esiral -
*vf % ; 4< minutes East .1571.02 feet per- service is Taoist beaqalfa the
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formed sewing. r .1.
In .
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Thursday, December: 26, 1963 \ r i S g : Christmas Rose Snow Scenes


I Famed in LegendBlooming
I "IfsChristmas"
In the heart of Say,

w \ciL- :*: winter and sometimes even in
?
the snow, the Christmas rose
is a plant famed in legend.

x According to an old story, a By ANNA: M\!>G
poor little shepherdess had
rrtk no Where the sun shine bright.,
k to offer the Christ Child
gift
the air Is balmy and never fc
e't and she When her
so wept. heard
the dteouraglng howl of
/ tears touched the ground,
a blizzard, Christmas Is still
flowers sprouted. a winter wonderland.
Delighted, she plucked an In northern climes the
armful and hastened to the plaint is, "We Just don't have
Infant. The caress of His fin- snow for Christmas the way

S gers turned the petals pink. we used to," and even in climates -
l erv. Botanists class the Christ- where decorated palm
R mas rose as a member of the trees substitute for evergreensand
buttercup family Native to holiday picnics are more
.J Southern Europe and western likely than sleigh rides, snow
Asia, it has leathery, dark and plenty of it seems an

# green leaves and large, saucer- essential part of the vision of
0 shaped flowers with white or the Yuletide
; a rose-tinged sepals, according Country snow scenes are
r to The Encyclopedia Ameri- popular greeting card subjectsand

cana. Christmas Illustrations in

,1 I K With grateful thanks to our friendsfor Southern states South Ameri-

F' ,' the pleasure and privilege of serving you.PIGOTT'S can countries and many other
places where snow seldom or
IN !NOItWAYNorwegians
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; ; i Glad 'tidings to all and our .: : hide an almondin tell of a Christmas world
STORE.MEDART the Christmas pudding. wrapped in wintry white
wannest wishes for the ]happiest Tradition says the finder will 11 "'a" ,
KqL&yJra on
be married in the next year. :
of Please The popularity and persistence '
,." : holidays. accept -
of the "winter wonder- I
sincerest thanks for
our land"
idea seems more remarkable I
since "snow forChristmas"
your friendliness and patronage 4 ">> I
must have been I

x t this past year. It has : ewr improbable, If not impossible,
... .. $ as a part of the Holy Night
.i heen a pleasure to sen'e you. Rain was more likely, especially -

p. 'nMv on the date officially cele-
brated as Christ's birthday.
December 25 is right in the

..$ ,midst of the rainy season in
oa Bethlehem.

.. 3 .'Early art depicting the Na-
tivity and the events following -
it was faithful to the prob-

abilities. In these paintings,
the shepherds watched infields
free of snow and the
t'
:;,.: 4 Holy Family fled to Egypt
under sunny skies, their route
marked by palm trees. Later

a snow appeared in paintings: of
ri the Holy Night.

White. Mr. .
Purity
n
TALOOIN! ELECTRIC COOP.,,;INC. ,, -..: : FASHIONED Christmas sentiments coming to Part of the explanation may
;
/, be that white, rather than red
: / you with sincere gratitude your kind patronage.
and ,
green was early chosenby
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: lJj churches as the color of
}
: : .; ; :, Christmas White Is, of course,

':'" CLARK'S OLD COLONY SHOP the symbol of purity and In-.
: '." nocence, and a landscape
\ / :e ): : ::<: '. Tallahassee, Fla. white with snow thus-becomesa

1J. :, .:. ; : <: .,jT4r}' .. true proper spirit expression of Christmas of the


I 1_ .., _._..._ ..,.. _. __ Other explanations may be
- --- -
;.. .. ,: -.4, found in the origins of Christmas -
.1 :
. customs Many of the
pagan rites which were absorbed -

{ t l r l into the Christian celebration -
oT
came from Northern
{; Europe and if not associated

directly with snow, at least
reflected the need for warmthin
F 4 winter. .
da -
The Yule log, for instance,
.q Y.+ became a part of the early

t. +; ,.. 3t Christmases,-and certainly an
p." : open fire indoors is enhancedby
:
T
: 2 a blanket of snow outdoors.
:c. Had *now y Source

i'.,"... Consider, too that a numberof
Itil 1 ql
L W r 4 I modern Christmas customs

the tree and its lights, for
I i A .. Instance
came from Germany -
;
'4 where cold, snowy win-
$ : r. ters might logically contributeto
.ro I ; w jv S'F S the legends and lore of the
1. season. The first lighted tree
,r ..,
f was, supposedly, created by
!' fI Martin Luther as a symbol of

'I a starry sky on a snowy night
In modern
1.L& times Irving Berlin -
I's and Bing Crosby have substantially -
strengthened the
vision of a'"White Christmas"

i -Z'' song is now a traditional part

r of the Yule season

i While many, perhaps most,
people may be able only to
'T. x
dream of a white Christmasand
'
,.. create its semblance with
<
cotton or spray-on snow it'sa

4 safe assumption that the
happiest season will continueto
be envisioned as a snowy
,' winter wonderland.

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[ ._ t Ta
-.' >;$ Y
--.. S ". .k 1 ,7
< < Bells,

U+: Bells] BellsTbrDUlh

Y
\

-, ,', 11111111 1 au i- 0 have served the many ages.Hell .
.
'. m
> : : purposes announcing
the approach of vehicle -
*, for instance, or sign -
+lieg the beginning of
S'S Cttffew Early a'wociaiedwith
churches. by medieval -
: 4 u rimes the pealing

..... of 'I he belts hud come <
_to signify the rejoicing
"= ,.
t.
of the Chri.tmatason.
1 i L .
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An
early custom WM
Ij lowing as a cheery hearth .1. the totting of church
bell oa<< Christmas Eve.

bright as a gaily-lighted tree during the "hour before
midnight The lolling
announced I he death of
h warm-hearted (
'"' are our Satan, and at midnight
f ;SS W @ k wishes joyous peals told of the
r I" u for your joy and contentment at ri birth of Christ

S this happy holiday season. We greatly;enjoy 1 w. bell-ringing In England is ,an where honored -

%** : I4L '.:.. ((1U\ 11' mIW tF1 m. our pleasant business relations the .tuneful family-taught bells. ring art -

I :r.;. with',you, and hope that they may long out Christmas at keven-lhwty morning. on
II 5 It takes of
training
yean
I- i :_ m N1gW@l1!) Alli Conti i ue.'' To you. our most grateful thanks.DANLEY .' and practice to learn
the
: of
.. complex
"." : -- ringing
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il1"
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I .,.. .- T' j; chants and tonal

:t '; .. 1iUJ1;' f. JtIJA w ftWlm t\1l\ / combmalions calledCHOUING '
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'. !':.- .' v:. ;.; '. A holly tree grows 15 years
before It produce, but its life

S :> 1414 South Monroe ,- -':< f -r :.. Ph.iis222.556 ._ :. ,! t, .' ,.." c ..F_. ._...- :: maybe Along; as 125 years.WAKULLA .

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