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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOLUME 67 liUIIRPg. II' : CRAWFORDVILLB. FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11.. 1W 32127 Price(10e Per Copy


I 'MARCHING PANTHERS' CRMFORDVfLLE HIGH LETTER TO THE EDITOR 1
,RESOLUTION MRS. ERNESTINE M. LEE SCHOOL NEWSBY THANKSGIVING DAY. NOVEMBER 25 1965
-BY
The Sopchoppy lions Club a- Doug WrightLast Mrs Ernestine Marcia Lee, Kathy StricklandLast Mrs. Fred Kelghtley Two weeks from today we'will celebrate Thanksgiving throughout -

doptedthe following Resolutionat Thursday and Friday were 24, died Thursday, November4th Editor,. Wakulla County News this land of ours. Over the years we have stopped in our busy
November I big days for the "Marching Pan- week, under the supervision hustle and bustle
their world
meeting. at Tallahassee Memorial Crawfordville, Florida evcrday to give thanks for the blessings that
WHEREAS American service thers". Thursdaynight the band the result of of Marilyn Alligood, president we have received during the past
Hospital as a gun- year.
the Pow-Wow. Friday of the student body, and Dear Mrs. Kelghtley As this
men and leaders of our nation played at shot wound. day approaches again let us all take stock of ourselves,
have been intimidated by dis- afternoon marched in the Mrs. Lee was a graduate of the ville Student Council, Crawford- With the end of the 1965 foot- let us ask the question, "What do we have to be thankful for?".

graceful protests against United third annual Homecoming Par- Crawfordville High School anda of High the School most experiencedone and ball season just one weekaway, Many of us can be thankful for our health prosperity, family and

States policy in Viet Nam by ade. Friday night we gave the member the New Light Holiness enjoyable Iwould like to expre ss my friends

various organizations, and alumni two shows. We salutedour Church in Wakulla Coun- outstanding of Homecomings in the thanks to the Highway Patrol Manyof can be thankful that we arc allowed to believe in Cod

WHEREAS, these organizationsare beautiful HomecomingQueen ty. She was a native of Wakulla history our school. Auxlllaryofthe local American and to worship Him in our own way.

now actively encouraging a Miss Kathy Strickland, County, and had lived in Tal- 1965 Festivities for Homecoming Legion Post for the fine serviceof I We can be thankful that we do not live In a country where we are

movement to evade the selec- in a pre-game show with the lahassee for the past six years. underway Thursday directing car parking duringour denied freedom of worship, free speech and the ability to choose
night November 4
"You'll Never Walk A- as loyal home
song, games. our friends and associates.
tive service system and are sol Survivors Include her husband ,
lone". Both Rickards and the students and fans gathered near Mr. J. D. Turner, Mr. Chuck Much can be said about those
others the law things that dislike
iciting to defy by Jimmy W. Lee, Tallahassee;her the band shell for the second we and thingsover
Panthers did a good an- Deal Mr. Cecil Nichols Mr.
Marching which we as individuals have little
their selective control.
destroying ser- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest nual Panther Prowl. However, if we
vice card and job with the halftime show. four Marilyn Barry Clover, and Mr. Jack count ourblessings we may find that we bad
registration Spears, Wakulla County; are not as off as many
Alligood Master of
WHEREAS, such action has Thursday, November 11, the sisters, Mrs. Don Stevens, Tal- Ceremonies, acting and as Smith, have contributed a large people we can think of In other countries.

given a false impression to the band marched In the Veteran's lahassee, Mrs. Jeff Davis, Indiana her, John Taylorassisting well measure to --everyone1 enJoy- So, on this Thanksgiving Day, November 25th, 1965, let us be
Day Parade in Tallahassee. It presented a ment of our games here. TheirsIs mindful of our Creator and His
world, making it appear that Donna and Beverly Spears organized and promises to us.
; spirited preludeto
was a spectacular parade in a voluntary service and the
the majority of the people of of Wakulla County! grandparents Homecoming Came. Skits
which we were proud to bea only reward is community gra
the United States approve of Mr. and Mrs. Namon the
were Senior
presented by
titude. I would like
to encour-
such actions, and part. Spears of Wakulla County and Class and Student Council. The
WHEREAS such false impressions Friday, November 12, we will Mrs. C. W. Harris, Tallahas- Panther Band entertained age expressions of this gratitudeby Cypress Gardens Family I I
with
can only aid and abet our travel to Chattahoochee and bea some of their fine selections the Individuals of our townto Campground central Florida's Florida ha? rn bonded in.
part of their halftime show. see.Funeral these men. debtedness or state Income tax
enemies by strengthening their services were held at and the cheerleaders the camping headquarters, h a steen

}propaganda programs and there- Well, Saturday is a BIG DAY 3:00 P. M. Sunday at the grave- spirited crowd in our school Sincerely] developed on more than Excise, sales and other taxes

by gaining support for commun- for the Marching Panthers. We side of the New Light Assemblyof yells. The climax of the even- /s/ Ralph Martin 14} acres located less than two provide i 65 percent of the
ism throughout the world and go to marching contest at Capital Cod Church Wakulla Coun Principal
Miss Donna mle state's total revenue.
Stadium in Tallahassee. Ing came as Lynn, i east of Cypress Gardens
WHEREAS, such civil disob-
1964
of
ty.The Homecoming Queen ,
edience and lawlessness is a dis- Twenty-five Big Bend Bands will Rev. Cary Cotney and the crowned her Home-
successor,
grace to our nation and shows march. Co! Support your Rev. Roy Bozeman officiated, Queen for 1965 Miss
coming I
bands. We all will
disrespect for our law enforce- hope you and McClendon Funeral Home Strickland.
Kathy Serving on
come for we need your support. .
ment officers, was in charge.VETERANS. the Court
Homecoming were
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT See you there at 8:00 P.M. ,
Miss Jan Pearce and Miss Karen
13th.FAREWELL
RESOLVED by the Sopchoppy November .
'
Nazworth, Senior -
representatives
Lions Club that this
body go onreCordasdenormcingthe
actions DAYOn Miss Fay Kittrell, Junior

representative, Miss Rhonda
of this small minority, and that PARTY Thursday of this week the Brunette Sophomore represent-

we re-dedicate ourselves to the people of Florida will join their ative, and Miss Darlyne Wild- .
preservation of liberty for our A party will be given Sunday, Americans
fellow in tri-
paying em Freshman
and and November 21, at the Florida : representative.
country respect supportfor
bute to the of this
fighting
men students
Friday afternoon ,
our law enforcement offi- Power Lounge for Mr. and Mrs. :
"Bo" and great country. This Veterans parents, and Interested citizens
cers. L. D. Taylor, John ,
for Day will have a special mean- linedthe streets ai the third annual
Don their
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat prior to leaving
Ing for many Florida mothers, Homecoming Parade got
of this Resolutioi Bonifay Florida
a copy and fathers sisters and brothers
,underway. Participating in the
be sent to the Honorable Spes- Mr. Taylor has been County
wives and sweethearts. This parade were the Wakulla Coun-
in Wakulla for the
sard Holland, Honorable Ceorge Agent County
Veterans Day comes at a time ty Horsemen's Association the
7-1/2 His work with
Smathers Honorable Don past years.
Fuqua when the world I is in the midstof
Marching Panthers, the State
and Honorable Billy Matthews, the 4-H Club has brought state- i
a turmoil when American Forestry Department, the Library -
wide recognition to the local ,
and be the
a given to
copy press
fighting men are dying in a far- Council, and grades 7-12
and retained in the min- chapters.
a copy
off land. from Crawfordville High.Classesentesingrnatswere .
utes of the Sopchoppy Lions Invitations are not being sent,
The observance of Veterans
Club however all of the friends of 7-A,
Day-November 11, 1965'- I 8-A 9 10 11 and 12. First
Moved by Lion Clenny B. Bon- Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and John ,
should be supported and encouraged prize in the float contest wentto
and Invited :
Don to
ner seconded Lion W. A. are drop by P
Strickland, and by unanimously between the hours of two and without reservation or ; the Senior Class, with 7-A .
consideration of personal con- taking second place.
five P.M.CHURCH.
of
passed atthe regular meeting venience by every Veteran and : Alumni of Crawfordville High
1 1965.
this club on November American citizen that lives under School gathered in the lunchroom -

/Robert H. Roddenberry DEDICATION the protective cover of our : Friday evening at 6130

President Constitution, and believes in I P. M., for the annual Alumni

Attests B. P. Revell The Crawfordville Primitive the principles for which it Banquet sponsored by the Senior
HOMECOMING QUEEN KATHY STRICKLAND EXTREME RICHT, AND HER COURT. BEADING
SecretaryFlorida' stands. deli-
Baptist Church will be dedicated Class. After enjoying a
FROM RIGHT AFTER KATHY ARE KAREN NAZWORTH JAN PEARCE FAY
KITRELL RHONDA
,
,
,
Sunday November 21st, All Floridians who are interested cious meal, prepared by Senior
BURNETT AND DARLYN WILDERN.
with dinner on the ground and andwho are able, are urged mothers the Alumni elected

the dedication following The to take part in local programs new officers for the coming

major agricultural Big Bend Sing will be in the af- observing th'. day. We, as free year.Immediately.

products are citrus and other ternoon. AmeriC', have a responsibility following the

fruits vegetables] nuts, tobac. The public is Invited, accord- tc the American serviceman Homecoming game, In which
ing to the Rev. Emmett Wha- vlio: is fighting to protect our security 'the Rickards Redskins defeatedthe
co poultry, dairy products and ley pastor. and welfare, and who is hometown Panthers 26-0

livestock. giving his life for the preservation Student Council sponsored a N

I of peace throughout the dance in the gym. Live music
SKI FIELDS AND FUN IN FRANCE world. was furnished by the Cobras.

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DUSTY COOK CARRIES FOR A SHORT CAIN AGAINST RICKARDS LAST WEEK AS THEY HELD

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The Vocallxer, a new hearing device to improve the voice of
TIGNES FRANCE Fine ski fields and handsome scenery rang. profoundly deaf children and adult. who previously were unable to

Inn from Tlgnes< Lake to granite peaks are only part of the pictureof hear and recognise "auditory clues" thus preventing< them from con

French winter sports resorts. Tlgnes, at an altitude of 5.938 feet trolling their voices was announced recently by E. M Kinney,
and 5 mile. from Val dlieie., Is one of many ski centers In the president of Zenith Hearing Aid .
Savoy region or the French Alp,. Sales Corpors ion.
official i ski runs and 124 professional In speech and hearing research
Val d'Isere, at 3.802 feet boasts "Scientists at leading International .
Instructors Other favorite shows a child can ream to talk
the world's highest< cable-car lift. schools for the deaf have
for
centers many are Moraine, even If he hears only vowel
It climbs 12600 feet above sea St. Oervals and for years been seeking to per.
Argentlere, sounds. la Zenith's pilot
program
level, according to Air France. Sallanches. fect a low frequency hearing aid
at a school for the deaf,
The popular resort also hu 20 A to meet these needs," Kinney
comprehensive ski tour program children wearing the Vocalliar
official ski 3 ski and said. "Zenith's Vocallser
run. jumps < covering these resorts hal new enables experienced Improved speech
21 ski-lifts, A score of hotels been launched by Air France, a profoundly deaf person rhythm.
range in price from small Inns at the world's largest airline. The to utilise just measurable hear. '
$5 per day to deluxe hotels at 123. ing for useful hearing" "Profoundly deaf children U4' -
program extends from January 2 { '
The French Alps are.ituddetj through April 3. Inexpensive 8- Changes In vole quality and Ing conventions! hearing aids

with famed winter sports centers. day package tours range from rhythm patterns by persons using have been unable to monitor

Typical Is Chamonlx which 18350 at Chamonlx to $90 at the VocalUer have resulted their own voices. Kinney said.

has II .kl.llft., 6 cable cars, 4 Val d'liere plus transatlantic jet In Improvements In speech Kin. "The new Zenith Vocillxer now

ski Jumps and 2 skating rink. fares. There Is also a week all- ney said. These changes were enables the user to experience tn

Megeve. a short distance away Inclusive tour to Chamonlx and confirmed through the analyst acoustical playback of his own DON CURRY, *29, MOVES TO THE OUTSIDE DURING THE FIRST HALF OF LAST WEEK'S HOME-
has It ski.lifts. S rink and < Megeve. Free brochures and detailed of "visual speech" recorded by I voice as well as the voices of the COMING CAME WITH RICKARDS OF TALLAHASSEE. FANS HAD NOTHING BUT PRAISE FOR THE

kindergartens among many Information are available special laboratory equipment. others, sgaln contributing to PANTHERS AS THEY CONTAINED THE BIG RICKARDS TM IN THE FIRST HALF.
facilities. Courchevel numbers 25 from all Air France offices. Kinney stated new knowledge] more normal voice patterns.






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rt WAKJLLA COUNTY NfcW$ Sen KNAPP SHOES fuller pert I i ] .

* TKPMOAT. HOVIII8M II, 1(68 : time.on high Earn commissions$25 to $150 and a bonus.week'tl Rising To The Occasion .1 n. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME

I Steady year-roundbuslnees. < 7, .- ,, n""' .','...,'",.........,,""..""'. ,., ''"' Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director

WAKULLA Equipment furnished free. Writeto i
I J. C. Clayton, Knapp Shoes, ,'" Phone 697-3366

COUNTY NEW5Ttl I Brockton, Mass.
2t114,18.SALE. CARRABELLE, FLA.

.phon* WAhuil (.1311Vlrt "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"

FOR Large fuel oil heater COUNTYI
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with electric blower Also
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Ms K.lirktley ... .UKeifabllaher. 55-gallon tank. Contact Cutis I
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F.nttl'H.t C wfordYlII', Florida.m :
8D"01R: electric sewing
machine
swoiul elan matter. Subwrip ,.In 0CInI0Ieb1net.. Uk new. TALLAHASSEE THEATRES

lion yeul 43,00 per year sews forward and rerene.'An n
attachment tow makinf but FLORIDAJL STATE

I .titeb tonholea, atg.aggt, and fancy ; I .
deatgns Pony guaran I
teed. Can be seen in your ana. ______ THURS. fRI. & SAT.,
HENRY WILLIAMS Make eight monthly paymentsof iA TODAY THRU. SAT.
|4.t or will discount for
REALTY eae11 Write: Credit ICarutter,

133 r..ee.rwater Road largo,

Reg. Real Estate Broke 1 q t'i s i Burt Lancaster Rita Tuihlngham

St. (larks Fla.' the for demonstration of ruggedness: Lee Remick "THE KNACK. AND HOW I
In Circuit Court of the Secoed A new Ford Motor Company industrial tractor rises a
Phone 741 Judicial Circuit, In and The stunt is not recommended practice, but the new line of six rugged tractors and three match- "THE HALLELUJAH TRAIL" TO GET IT"

ForWakulla County, Florida.In ing sets of powerful backhoes and loaders does have more than 100 down-to-earth applications -

REAL ESTATE JALLTYPES Chancery.Case from golf course maintenance to such industrial jobs as trenching backfilling, scraping
No. 1174.
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Associate: Thomas Triplett, Agnes TrIp- I
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Phone tit 6-3201 Plaintiffs, PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
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n vs.Obedlah I OUTDOOR ON WOODVIllE HWY.

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If You Need. John Stamper and Ross NATIONAL 4-H CLUB CONGRESS tram Today thru Sat."LEGEfo.'D l|
ChiBiU*
Harmon et als.
Fri
Today C Sat.
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OfficeSuppliesBusiness
God
Defendants. Stir up the gift of ,
S Machines which is In thee. (II Tim. 1:6)
Office FurnitureSe !:!NOTICE Showcase of America's Youth OF BLOODYMOUNTAIN" "COUNTRY COYOTE
of do-
feel
When we capable
or Call TOt FRED L. TRIPLETT GOES HOLLYWOOD"and
2515 West Rlvervlew o 0 ing more than we have done
RANEY WHALEYat Dayton, Ohio let us not feel defeated. Know I and"AFFAIR

WILLIS TRIPLETT that the Christ Spirit is urgingus AT THE "WORLD OF ABBOTT

2515 West Rlvervlew to stir up the gifts that are FIORITA'IFri.Sat. AND COSTELLO"
CAPITAL 'OFFICE- Dayton, Ohio NOY.28 DEC.2 latent within us, ready to be

EQUIPMENT CO. You, your heirs and legal representatives used. Stir up those spiritual I Bonus Feature 11:00 and

III South Adam* St. are hereby notified eaaaar gifts as a painter stirs the pig- "TOBACCO ROAD" 'NONE BUT THE BRAVE"
Cornet Eo PeaucolaTALLAHASSEE. that Bill of Complaint for ment in the can bringing un-
FLORIDA partition of the following des- suspected brilliance to a drab .JL
crI property, to-wlti color. I
Lot 15. the West Half of Lot I 'I
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LEON SEPTIC TANKSERVICEl kulla 7, of Mansfield Florida Survey, Wa- Theme. The Most Talked About..The Most Unusual...
County, ,
\ has been filed against you, and j AND'WORLD The Most Needed Knife in America
ot you or your heirs or legal representatives YOUNG AMERICA AFFAIRS
Clean are required to serve
1
RepairNew a copy of your answer or plead-
Installation ings to the Bill of Complaint on 7500 .

The Best For Less the plaintiffs' attorney, Charl- x
ton L. Pierce, 107-1/2 East Jef-
and Girls
ferson Street, Tallahassee, Florida Boys Participate
Telephone and the original answer or
Tallahassee 877-1773 pleadings In the office of the I
National 4-H Club Congress for the 44th
opens straight
after 6:00: Clerk of the Circuit Court on or THE
pm. before the 29th day of Novem- In Chicago, on Sunday afternoon, Nov 28, but the young Greatest Gift Idea Ever!
start into the Conrad Hilton Hotel
delegates checking headquarters -
ber, A.D. 1965. If fall to
do so, judgment by default you will on Friday and Saturday. Activities begin at once, and never AMERICAN MADE STAINLESS STEEL 12" LONG
be entered against for the stop until the final banquet on Thursday night, Dec. 2.
relief demanded in you the Bill of The Congress theme Is "Young America and World Affairs
Complaint. announced Norman C. Mlndrum, director of the National 4-H rf Use, the
Service Committee which the annual event in Use the
1 DONE AND ORDERED at arranges cooperation U SAW EDGE
Crawfordville, Florida this with the Extension Service of the land.grant universities, to tee frelte loess, WAYED EDGE
I 28th of October 19- and more than 65 business inns which support the 4-H program. sclh
day A.D. IHltl tlrtlsts, h uns tertll, slice
The 1,500 deleitea-all winners-will represent 50 states
0 0 0 65.Ill Moody Pearce Puerto Rico, and for the first time an "official" delegation of 10 list, Ill. neat, Iread, uptllUs,

Clerk of Circuit Court Canadian 4-H members, one from each province. The 4-H'ers will cheese, Inc.
t Wakulla County, Florida devote the better part of two days to forums on world problems.
by III Johnle Umbaugh During the action-packed week more than 200 youths selectedfor Mailed anywhere In the U.S,A.. Postage Paid And it's .
all .
purpose The waved
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) superior achievement will be designated national winners of This is the most amazing knife .1 edge carves turkey and roasts
4t-ll/4.11.l8.2S. educational scholarships. in America. Even an electric ay like a dream. Slices fresh bread
Three boys and three girls will be named to receive the highest knife will not cut through f roz. cheese vegetables, pineapple -
Forth n""t: I honor bestowed during the Congress: The Presidential Silver Tray en foods but the American- ? everything 12" long. Hardwood
aweUmows/ Powdery Gears award. These champions are the top pair in achievement, citizenship made double edge Miracle ) handle. Stainless steel blade never
.Mldwcit Manufacturing Firm Metal powders of nickel and and leadership programs. Knife zips through food pack. needs sharpening.
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We.an now offering exclusive formed by compression Donors of funds for the trips and scholarships are business firms ages, wrapper and all.

.dUtrlbutonhlpf for a patented. Iron and heat are into strong, light and and foundations. They contribute more than a million dollars each The MAIt {OUPON I I TODAY I
.rroduct. No compeUtlQ.a.ractory deep saw edge cuts I
for year to aid 4-H, said Mr. Mlndrum.
designed gears
trained will intricately cuts frozen meats, fish,
personnel
,assist In letting c tried small engines.. The award winners are all selected by extension personnel headIng baked goods, etc No I SEND CASH, CHECK OR MONEY ORDER.
you up the state 4-H the award donors wasteful No
and advertising and raerohaadliing program. Among are: more thawing C.O.D' Mailed anywhere In the U.S.A.
proven ADia-Charnian Manufacturing Company, American Oil Foundation. Cimatto Cut off what you need I
prognm. 1009temetic Compo CltiM Sank Oil Company. Conrad Hilton Hold. Cud.h, Packlnf Co., Put the rest, still frozen : milLLA COUNTY NEWS
up. Investment guaran- FOR SALE B. I. da Pent d. Namoura a Company. Elfin National Watch Company, FiraatonaTin back in the freezer. I CHAWFOHOVILLE. FLORIDA
t a a d. Minimum Invcitrnen I Rubber Company Canaral Motor, Harculaa Powder Company. Humbla Onft Disjoints chickens, Buy Several "
$1,000. Maximum $14,000 I KaCnmf Co.. International Hamatar, Inttraatlonal Muarala 4k Chamlcal Cor.oration. scales fish too. .r at This I Send miracle knives at $2 each
3 Bedroo. House with Umtock Conttmattoo. Inc.Othora .

AU Information replies confidentiaL write Director Fa 01: Large Living boa and ration, Pardon set Bdwin Caa Corporation.T. Maradlth The Foundation.laara-Roabuck Montfomary Foundation.Ward.Standard OUvCeepo.Branda, Low Price I Name. ...................._...........

Marketing, P. O. Box 14049, Family Rooi. On 3/4 I Incorporated. Standard Oil Company (Kantwcay). Tba Standard Oil Company
St. Louis, Missouri 63178. acre (Ohio). Srabaam Corporation The Waal Band Company, W.tlna"Itlectrl.. Usl lht I Address..........................................
UNITED MARKETING COM- Shady Lot In Hudson Heights Corporation and WilMa at Co., Int. Not Sold !inHardware tRONGEO :

PANY, 6286 Bartmer Avenue According to Mr. Mindrum donor support averages nearly 20 or iIP I City.. ..............................................
I St. Louis. Mo. 63130.14tc812llH. Call Walnut 6-3883. or years. The longest continued sponsorship totals 48 years. Dept. Stores I'hi a loll I
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114 f.Adams Bt...TeL tO-4S clear rinse, add an aqua blue tales f. hunters when On, fM leer
fabric softener. This will add Th. Ocala Hunt 1 herds in the gwth will be thI
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SECURITY SOPCHOPPY NEWS Pass The Turkey I -1 1 -- rTHUMDAT, UOtMBM 11. IMiT

IVFDRMrlON, BYMrs. Louise c. Sapp''rc It's Dinner At Grandmother's J
The
Enrollment of older people In Sopchoppy
lunchroom -
staff By Martha Logan
the new medicare program Indicates attended the OrIginal
that an overwhelming lunchroom meeting held at the
majority of those on the social Quincy High School Saturday v 7 : 4 '' '''' L '
,
security rolls are choosing to November 6. The meeting
participate In the voluntary statewide and was well attended wa-
medical Insurance portion of the i ii4

program, Frank White, social Mr. i4 I
security district manager in Tallahassee and Mrs. Jerry Hodge and
announced. faDllly of Tallahassee visited
Mrs
The Social Security AdmlniaaatloncompleteclitJ Delma Roberts Saturday
of afternoon.Mrs. .
mailing -se
information'and medicallD8UranCIIJ11'Ollmentcard. uvaDia .
to 151/2 Florence Winburn, Mrs. 1
million social security benefi- Birdie Winburn Roddenberry and Miss
ciaries 65 or older before the Mrs. of Havana visited -
end of October. aftemooa Nellie Raker Sunday -j

"Nearly 450 beneficiaries In

Wakulla County are eligible for Mr. and Mrs. John Beasley 0, S
medicare coverage "White returned home after spending
uid. "Throughout the country, several days at Vogal Park,
more than 85 percent of the peo- Georgia.
ple who have already returned I
the cards have chosen to take The Wednesday Afternoon Panacea
medical Insurance Service Club of the Am- :
coverage. erican Cancer Society met at L.w. : \:. ,
The medicare program, set up Mrs.
under the 1965 social security Bamett'shomewlth seven The way to Grandmother's house theae days leada over ex
I amendments, provides two different teen members present. Seventy a, through cloverleaf turns Nevertheless the warm
I kinds of health insurance pads were made. These meetIngs welcome wonderful aromas from the kitchen and travelers' ap ..
benefits for practically all Americans are enjoyed and worthwhile petites are as hearty as ever. a.
(! 65 older. The basic things are done. The meal, of course, revolves around the turkey
or plump, juicy and golden brown.. This year ADULTS ENJOYED THE FESTIVE ATMOSPHERE AT CHANNEL U's 1964 'HOUSE PARTY". THIS
Insurance plan will Pleasant
hospital pay Vause arrived homeon the Thanksgiving turkey la even more convenient YEAR WFSU-TV's DOORS WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ON THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18, FROM
much of the cost of hospital and furlough from his Navy basein to carry home from the supermarket Frozen 4 900A.M. UNTIL 9:00 P. M.
hospital expenses. A San Diego, Calif., to visit stuffed Butterball Swift Premium turkeys are
supplementary medical insurance his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clax- in a gold mesh shopping bag with a I
is available on a voluntarybasis ton Vause, Sr. Pooped handle which makes a good grip possible "
at a cost of $3 a month. on even the very largest turkey The mesh is INSURANCE DEPARTMENTGETS ,
This plan helps to pay doctors' Mr. and Kirs. Chauncy Classof open enough so that weight, price and roastingdirections SENIOR EXAMINER STEVE REVELL
fees and certain other medical Clearwater, Fla., are visitIng are readable through the mesh ,
expenses. The two health insurance her parents, Mr. and Mrs. The complete menu is turkey as traditional, stuffing,as cranberries the- Tallahassee Fla. StateTreasurerInsurance ROBERT H. RODDENBERRY Associate
trip to grandmothers;
programs do not begin Bert Roddenberry. They have sweet potatoes and pumpkin pie. Eachis Commissioner A FULL TIME AND COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE
until July 1966, and no monthly started making sugar cane syrup. as -to.date as a big super highway The turkey is a good Broward Williams laid
premiums for medical insurance example.up Homemakers can buy these beautiful frozen birds already today he hired Otis R. Richardsof
are due before then. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harms cleaned, pinfeathered and stuffed with a delectable old. the Alabama Insurance Department FINANCING ARRANGED AT 5 1/4%
Social security beneficiariescan spent Sunday in Tallahassee visiting fashioned bread stuffing The drumsticks are tucked neatly intoa as a senior examinerfor
sign up for medical insurance her brother and family, slit of skin at the base of the body cavity. This handsome the Florida Insurance De-. ANY TYPE HONE BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE
coverage Just by checking Norma Cox. Ronnie and his stuffed bird goes from wrapper to oven in one step Major leg partment. I
'Yc.." on the enrollment card, wife are proud parents of a new tendons iave been pulled for ease at carving time. Richards, a highly trained insurance SERVING: WI1JlLCXlNIY AM T11L OQVSTAL AREA
baby daughter. The youngsters find it mighty hard to wait for a drumstick. examiner hired
signing their name, and returning was in
has been asked it is time to pass the plates'Thin
Once the Blessing
Commissioner Williams'
the card in the prepaid, addressed pro- YU4-2601 YU4-7435 W02-219I
envelope which comet The Training Union of Baptist I Iran gram to beef up the Insurance
with it. The $3 monthly premium Church gave a fish fry Thurs- Department Examiner's staff by PANACEA FLORIDALET
will be deducted from day evening, which was enjoyed bringing in younger, highly capable
their benefit checks when the by members and friends. fIl lo men.Richards US BUY OR SELL FOR YOU
program starts in July. Mr. and Mrs. Durrance Clark of is a graduate of the I ,
Tallahassee showed films of
White also commented on Birmingham(Ala.) Business College -
some reports from a few sections theirtrip to Europe and the Ho- 1 and the University of Alabama I
of the country that unscrupulous ly-land, giving an interestingtalk He holds degrees in'Business Valuable Ores Metallic Lifesaver
about the places shown. Administration and Ac-
persons posing as social f More than 16 million tons To save the lives of children incases
security represeniauvesnave Mrs. Florida Roberts, Mrs. counting.Before of ore, from which 14 different where abnormal birth is
tried to trick older people into Joining the Alabama' element are recovered, were re
Ben Isler, Mrs. Mae Vance, Insurance suspected, doctors use a sensing
signing up and paying cash in 1 Department, Richards moved last year from the Inter.
Mrs. Alcona Berry, and Mrs. worked with insurance device to measure the oxygen
advance for medicare benefits. Ralph Brown attended the An- and companies national Nickel Company's Can supply to Infants before and Jus.
"There are no reports of such nual Bazaar at Community Alabama as Revenue an examiner for the adian mints In Ontario and after birth. A tiny fleck of platinum .
individuals operating In the Wa Department Manitoba. The ore yields nickel,
Church Lanark last Saturday. He is married and has three I encased in layers of glass
kulla County area, and only a The Sopchoppy Methodist '1 children. copper, gold silver, cobalt, se and silver and sheathed in a
few cases about 14 or 15 In Church WSCS will hold their s lenium tellurium, platinum pal stainless ateel tube is inserted
an-have been reported in other Bazaar December llth. ladium, rhodium ruthenium, iridium into a blood vessel for a direct
arts of the country," he stated. sulphur and highgradeIron reading of oxygen tension In the
'In several of those cases, alert ore. circulating blood.
older people have called the >
police or the FBI as soon as they SHADY SEA BAPTISTS

were approached for money. SET HOMECOMINGThe I
That is the correct procedure, I
because no legitimate represen- Shady Sea Baptist Churchof
tative of the Social Security Ad- Spring Creek Florida, are I )I. whet Imppeni when II manufacturer an .d agency
ministration will ever ask for having their first Homecomingon nil film producer art together unit decide to lent the depend-'
21 1965. of product in what i is probably "the toughest TV lent
money for his services, or offer November They bililjr *
kind of 'special deal1. have a great day planned, a big ever". Zenith derided to drop iU new Royal. 1290 butteryoprrvlrd -
any I with the ) from
portable TV Hi by parachute I ( picture on
White emphasized that people fish fry and fellowship. Also, an airplane i to find out whether. the eel could .urvive the impart My bank
65 or overdo not have to be eli- they want to Invite you to the of the chute opening, slam l into the round, bounce, roll, tumble ;
gible for health Insurance bene- Revival which will be held on and' mill come up working Out of all 30 parachute; drop
fits. Those receiving public assistance November 17, and carried on tests, there wa. one failure the parachute didn't open.
payment will be told until the date of homecoming.The I
how to apply for health insurance Rev. Mr. Tomberlin from knows all
by representatives of their Seminole Baptist Church, Tallahassee pv
public assistance agency. Florida, will be the I r' NOTICEI N
Those who are Insured for social guest speaker. I
security benefits but who The Rev. Earl E. Pearce is FRI, SAT, MON. AND TOTS. 1
the
of the church, and Han- I answers.
have never filed a claim because pastor ,
they are still working, nah S. Dykes is Clerk. I
those who have not worked at all Please come out and have a
under social security, and those wonderful fellowship together. MAXWELL HOUSE 79cOFFEE
who have not worked long Try it. 4e
enough to. qualify for cash benefits .

can get the basic hospi- a
tal insurance and the voluntary SCHOOLS OUT TWO DAYS

medical Insurance protectionsonly FOR THANKSGIVINGWakulla ( IB. ON
If they apply for them. ,
Application can be made at a County schools will
social security district office or close for the Thanksgiving Hol-

I In communities visited by social idays at the end of the school NECK BONES, Ib. 19c
, security representatives."I day on Wednesday, November
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: urge these people to get in 24. 69c ,
touch with the social security office Students will report back to T-BONE STEAK, Ib. .
at 306 W. Jefferson St. in November '
classes on Monday, -- -

healthinsurancebenefits Tallahassee to apply for as their soon 29.The County Courthouse will Smoked HAMS whole or Y2 lb. 69c

as possible, White said. "Our be closed Thursday, November 9
representatives will be glad to NABISCO WAFER CREMES 12 oz. ,39-
take applications from people 25.All Federal offices will be
who are confined to their homes closed Thursday. Bama MAYONNAISE
if they or their relatives will just State employees will have pf. 29c i
let us know where they are. Our Thursday and Friday off for the SHOWBOAT -- ----.-- ----- r .llIo"e!
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4. WL,"' .LA (:luNtr iJW. CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH '
FLORIDA PRESBYTERIAN/ FORESTRY FORUM IN
I, THUMDAT NOVEVBER, 1163 Unique Chemical All ELECTRIC COLLEGE SCHOOL MENU FOR I PANAMA CITY Delay
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i NEXT WEEK
Stops Clogging Americas first all-electric M. C. Nelson of Panama City -''
Institution of higher learning Eloise Harvey, Manager : President of the Florida
I MMMMI fv Florida Presbyterian College in | Bankers Association, announced
Do you live in one of the St. Petersburg-wai honored today _Monday | today that .more than 100 west LikelyOn
d i 22,190,000 homes in this country by Florida Power Corporation Hamburger Steaks i I Florida bankers, forestry leaden -
I that depend on septic tanks or during special campus cer- Steamed Rice ,1 and Industrialists are ex-
cesspools for necessary sewage emonies. Spinach pected attend a one-day forestry -
facilities? If so, you're probably A large bronze plaque, locatedat Peaches ,' forum In Panama City on ParkNo
In Florida well aware of the misery the campus entrance, was Bread ButterMilk I November 16. It will be cosponsored '
that can be created by back-ups, unveiled by Florida PresbyterIan I by the Forestry committee -
clogged and overflowing septic College President WilliamH. Tuesday I of the bankers' group and
after golfbeer's tanks, cesspools and drainfields. I Kadel; Frank M. Hubbard, Meat LoafButtered the International Paper Com- Cash to Buy
Fortunately, this can now be chairman of the College Boardof Corn pany. f,
the one... 1 prevented with the use of a I trustees; and other membersof Creen Beans I Bob Roach, forestry committee : Cape Florida
unique, inexpensive chemical I the board of trustees. The Mixed Fruit I chairman. the FBA. has
for good taste iU \ called Cloroben which not only "All-Electric College" award Bread Butter I lined up E. R. Howard, Worm- By BILL MANSFIELD
,
combats the problems when they was presented on behalf of Florida Milk ation Chief of the Florida Forest CMIUI, .uran cuss
occur, but also, by the use of Power by President W. J. Wednesday, I Service, to speak on outdoor recreation TALLAHASSEE The
good fun small quantities regularly, helps Clapp, Senior Vice President J. Smoked Ham and Dr. Robert Stan- state couldn't come up with
prevent septic tank and cesspool Shirley Gracy and Vice Presi- Sweet Potatoes I| ley of the School of Forestry at the cash to close the Cape
mishaps. dent W. B. Shenk. Turnip Greens ; the University of Florida to talk Florida park deal Wednesday -
Cloroben available throughmost President Clapp said "Florida Peanut Butter Cookies I about recent forestry research. *,and will have to ask for
plumbing contractors, is Presbyterian College is recognized Bread ButterMilk I Norman Gamso, Regional Man- an extension of time from
guaranteed to dissolve grease, in academic circles ager of the International Paper the owner
fats, soaps, slimes and detergentsthat for its outstanding accomplishments. I Company, will explain IPC's "Every member of the Cabinet
clog septic tanks, cesspoolsor And the Edison Electric Thursday program recognizes the need for
drained soil, restoring Institute in New York reportedthat Hamburgers I A forestry field trip will feature '' I'hl* property and the need
system to former operating ef-I I this College is the first ful- Lettuce Tomatoes : an on-the-Job exhibition of for haste in acquiring it,"
ciency. Where soil has already ly-operational Institution of Potato Chips I the Busch-Combine, huge sold State Comptroller Fred
been clogged, this remarkable higher learning In the United Apricots wood-harvesting machine which Uirkmson.
.. ..,. chemical can be applied in shock States to meet the rigid all-el- Bread Butter enables the operator to do the "We are going to work out
I .\ doses to reopen the pores of the ectric specifications set forth by Milk work of several men. nome plan Rome way to get
soil and once again permit free the Institute Other all-electric Friday Registration and indoor sessions ("ape }Florida" State Treav
] a hard-played 18 holes, it's good to drainage. Costly pumping can be campuses are either under con- Cube Steak will be held at the Martin urer Brouard Williams' add
'After reduced eliminated. struction or on the drawing- Mashed Potatoes House, a lodge on the propertyof ed.
down on a soft chair in the club or
But both said thry felt the
Cloroben also controls boards. Sliced Tomatoes International Paper Company,
and add up the score with friends. odors by eliminating unpleasant the The campus' total electric Orange Sections The event is an annual one, beIng Cabinet would first! ask for

What better time for the drink that scores with cause without harm to the digestive load is approximately 7,000 Bread Butter held last year at Buckeye or an the extension 510-acre from Key the Biscaynetract owner
kilowatts. In addition to all-
almost every golfer-cool, thirst-quenching beer? proper functioning bacteria so of essential a sewage to electric lighting, space heat- Milk Every county the Florida

Yes, beer's great to relax with, great for refresh. system.A ing, water heating, cooking ap- panhandle will be represented Din. Elena Snntelro (Sarila -
heat swim- from Hamilton
pliances, pumps, including bankers .
ment, great for taste. So vrlmever your sport- ming pool heater, etc all Suwannee, Lafayette and the owner, took the properly until
the market
off
tennis-relax buildings on the 285-acre Dixie Counties westward
boating or baseball-swimming or large scale (l/8th actualcar I 1 Nov. 1 to glue the utateihanre a
are air conditioned. The 77-year old banking association -
afterwards with the zestful taste of beer. aize) model of America's campus College President Kadel said has more than 440 to make a firm offer.
only true sports car, the excit- that "studies have shown that member banks.
UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. @ ing Corvette Sting Ray, is now air conditioning makes for a Monogram Models, IndsFerrari It's now apparent the
Mite wont he able to make
.P.0 BOX 273. WINTER PARK FLORIDA available from Monogram. more efficient and healthful environment 330/LM and Ford GT,
of this superbly- the or for by that date, next:
part
Every in which to under- originally available only In the ;Monday
detailed authentic model is precision
I take the educational process, Le Mans Road Race Set, are Dickinson via ready to
Foremost Foundries engineered from and gleaming black, and also enables us to utilizeour now available separately. Both Tennis is fast becoming a recommend' to, a Tuesday
chrome plate
Foundries In the United States Nickel MarketsThe white, clear and blue body-color facilities all year long. cars are 1/32nd scale and are year-round sport, in large part, Cabinet meeting. that fund
the world's leading largest market for nickelis Special features include powered by the new Tiger X-110 because of the increase of in- in the land: acquisition trust
ducers are of ductile iron, a tough.I I in production of high-quality plastic.retractable headlights, steer- motor which produces up to door courts available. A new fund he used to take an option
cast iron invented by stainless steel, some 215 million able front wheels,opening hood, 40,000 rpm's. The one-piece twist is stringing your own on the l.inrl
strong Nickel
International Nickel's research .pounds of nickel, in 1964, going semi-pneumatic rubber-like Seagoing bodies are constructed of high racket. Pro shops let you rent But he withdrew the recommendation -
staff. In 1964, U.S. producers into production of the versatile tires and the super-detailed More than 100,000 pounds of impact plastic-very light and time on their racket stringing after learning
turned out a record 610,000 tons alloy throughout the free world. fuel-injection engine. 1065 nickel are used in a modern ocean very thin, but very tough. Also machines and you can adjustthe tht'I'f'II a possibility a suit
the tax that feeds
The second largest market, an liner for corrosion-resistant featured are slim adjustablebrass tension of the strings- contesting!
iron castings.
of ductile estimated 93 million pounds, is equipment made of nickel alloys frames and a swing pick. tight, loose, or inbetweentosuit that fund. might he taken to
and in rechargeable nickel- with ten. the U S. Supreme Court.
in nickel plating. up adjustable spring your game.
cadmium batteries for emergency sion. The cars are fully assembled "That'n. the reason we're
power sources. and completely brokeninand having to take a second look
I road-tested. at thing," Dickinson conceded .
Wednesday.


the Williams extension wa of time confident wouldbe

A PICTURE OF PROGRESS "cranted.1\Irll. Garcia wants the

land to be used as a state
park," he said "and It lent
,
wvr ++ ," s firtd w ;Mrlew wwNWhwr +wrs
as' if the state hadn't been
taking any action.
The treasurer' said Gov.Ha ,
>don Burn planned to
handle the negotiations persona
lly, and that he, too was!
confident of getting extra
er .I ;a ysF ,
time
William and Dickinson
both said the Cabinet
Y/11 ( planned to go ahead with the
purchase despite the fact the
RrP suit asainst the tax could
nsihly l> eliminate the fund
the state had expected: to use
t tll< complete the $85 million
wear pUt('hll t'.

"With ,,11thI' Interest In
this project. I ass sure there
would he no problem In getting -
the money from the

next state 'IrgklntureVlt-
llama said "That would, of
k r- +w Ip course, lie a lust resort"

This mean' the state
1925 1965 would C<> nhnid with the
1'iipc Florid park even if It
has to abandon an overall

A\ (USED Lot Has 40 Years outdoor mntdining recreation 1M projects.The !(program.

CAR) Changed During tern I program(financed was by to bonds have

I pledsmc::: 1:: revenue from a

PROOF POSITIVE THAT ALFORD CHEVROLET CO., IS A PROGRESSIVE DEALER >repayment|I'rt Insr-snods: 'tax_for I heir


A DEALER THAT PLACES YOU, OUR CUSTOMER .IN OWNER SATISFACTION FIRST! WILLIE HOWARD WALDEN.


MAYBE IT'S TIME YOU CONSIDER A CHANGE? Willie Howard Walden, age

Take advantage of a combined total of 224 years of selling experience in helping you to select the car that fits your needs 21, of Carra afternoon belle In died a local last Wednesday hos-

Be a progressive buyer step up to an OK used car or truck from the selection below pital. He was a lifetime resi-
dent of Franklin County and a
AllLot Prices Cut for This Special Sale member Church. of the Assembly of Cod

#1 327 No. Adams Phone 224-3211 Lot #2 1414 So. Monro. St. Phone 222-5656 Funeral services. were held Friday -
afternoon at 2:00 p.M. In
1965 CHEVROLET 1963 CHEVROLET
the First Baptist Church. The
I 6 cylinder, 2 door with heater, standard transmission, 1995S1495 CORVAIR CONVERTIBLE' low miles one owner, radio, 1295 Rev. Charles Carroll, the Rev.

one owner low miles.i Big savings i ...........................,.... ...,.... heater and automatic transmission, ........ . ........... Henry Plckern and the Rev.
1965 VOLKSWAGEN 1963 CHEVROLET George Dettman officiated, and
2 door, radio, heater, very low Belalr 4 door V8 station wagon power itttring factory air 1795 burial followed In Evergreen

miles, one owner car ..........................:.. ... conditioning radio, heater, automatic transmission. ................ Cemetery.R. .
L. Funeral Home of
1965 FORDCustom Riley

500 4 door with radio, hearer, 2095 2 1962 door LARK sedan with heater, automatic '495 Carrabelle was In charge of ar-

1964 automatic CHEVROLET transmission. Low mileage ........................ ..... transmission. Ono owner ......?,............................................... rangements.Survivors are his wife, Mrs.
1962 FORD Mary Jane Walden) his parents,
Impala 2 door Hardtop V8, radio, heater, V8 4 door sedan TO Mr. and Mrs. Umuel Walden;

A automatic transmission, factory air condltlonln,. $2295 on* owner cle.llautomobI., ...............................,.................... one sister, Miss Clara Walden; !
one owner low mileage car ..................................... and one brother, Wlndell Walden -
1964 CORVAIR 19620LDS. all of Carrabelle.
MONZA COUPE, radio, heater, 4 speed transmission. 1495 4 door 98, factory air conditioner, radio, heater, 1295 Active pallbearers were Har-
automatic transmission. One owner, nisi u,. ........................ old Matthews, J e I lie Cordon
low mileage one owner car. .............. ...............:.. .,.. .
1964 CHEVROLET 1962 FALCON Smith, Thomas Lee Brannon,

4 door 6 cylinder sedan, standard transmission, '1095 2 door 6 cylinder standard shift 695 Rufus Eugene Messer.Wheeler, Buz Pumal and

radio A heater. One owner, low miles I ..........,. sedans his hoater. .......,.....................................
1964 CHEVY III 1961 RAMILSR ,
'-p..hnt.r station wagon, low miles radio, heater 1395 .' American 2 door sedan with radio, ", 395 ,e CRAWFORD V I LLE

and automatic transmission. Ono owner heater and automatic transmission ........................... ". .... .... '. PERSONALS
1963 CHEVROLET 1959 CHEVROLET Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stone and
4 door 6 cylinder standard transmission' sedan. $1 1095 4 d.or sfatoi! .>*ragon; V8 *ngfn*, 345 two daughter from Knoxville,

with radio, heatir. On* owner auto .... ......... radio, hoafar. It utomatitf trtnsmliafori. ........,,.. j ........... 'r Tenn., arrived Thursday nightto
spend the weekend with Mrs.

(Sorry, We Have No ,1 1925 Models LefA) ... Stones. L.the Rehwlnkel parents homecoming, Mr.; also at and, Craw-to Mrs.C. attend -.

fordville school. _

Mr. and Mrs. Moody Pearce ;
;' and Jerry spent the weekend in

CO Jacksonville attending a Clerk's

ALFORDC'HEVRO'LEI Conference.


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and

(Another reason why ALFORD CHEVROLET CO. tilts"nttiri'n.w t- used tm than iny' other dulir irrti( 'erg, Brt Arti)' grandson soalttt Sunday, Tim,to went vidt to relatives.a Madl-. /







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