Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Kathy StricklandThe Tallahassee November 5 to Tallahassee Saturday,

Classifications for membershipin November, attend the Dis-
Senior Clasi Is promotingthe
the Southern Scholarship and trict Meeting. The meetingwas

Christmas spirit, as well as Research Foundation, Inc.,have held in the auditorium at

boosting the class funds, with been adopted by the foundation'sboard the Tallahassee Memorial Hos

their Christmas Card sale, whichis of directors. pital. We enjoyed a nice dinner -

already in progress. They Membership classificationsrange at the Holiday Inn.

have a wide variety of styles to from $10 annually for an We are newly organized and

choose from, so, If you are Interested individual or family member- plan to get Into full swing in

contact any memberof ship to $2,500 for a permanent the next month. We are plan-

the Senior Class, if they scholarship. All donors become ning a Christmas project and J

haven't already contacted you. active, voting members of the hope that it will be a great suc
Class has started
The Junior foundation Dr. Mode L. Stone cess.
working on their play which will Those the
foundation president and Dean of meetingwere
be presented in January. At the School of Education at Flo- Latrelle Cray, Linda Pi-

the present time, they are sellIng rida State University, explained. gott, Carol Cray, Nancy Com-

oven cleaner and wall clean- He added that a goal of mander, Ilene Harrell and Rhon- i

er.The 5, 000 members has been set for da Qulgg. We are sorry that all

Senior Chapter of the National the 1965-66 fiscal.year. of us could not attend, for those

Honor Society held their The Southem Scholarship and who went really had a good time

monthly meeting Friday. Officers Research Foundation is unique meeting and talking to other

Don Taylor rides at the head of the Homecoming Parade and bean for this school term area among scholarship programs, Para-Medics. Mrs. Harrell, our Dr. W. A. Thomson, Dentist on Dental Mobile Unit from Florida

the American flag. President, Danny Miller; Vice Dr. Stone said, In that it advances sponsor, and Mrs. Earlene PI- State Board of Health, checking a child's teeth. The child Is from

President, Eric Mathis; Secre- no cash to students. "It gott, also attended the meeting. the Crawfordville School. The Mobile Unit will serve all schools

tary, Kathy Strickland; Treasurer permits students of exceptional in the county.
and Re- _
ability but limited financial

porter, Don Sparkman. The means to take advantage of what

Honor Society Banquet, sponsored the taxpayers have provided for
yearly by the PTA, has been "
higher education, he explain-
scheduled for Tuesday, November -

7:30 P.M. In the ed.Students
tiWC live rent-free at the
Members of
ih Foundation's scholarship houses,
and Senior
the Junior Chaptersof
where residents keep expenses to
National and
Honor Society the minimum by doing all the
their urged to attend...
parents are ,
cooking, housework and laundry
Panthers 4-4 In
The are now
themselves. The Foundation
football action after our victory -
over the Chattahoocb.ee helps students find jobs to pay
school fees. The Foundation Is
Yellow Jackets last Friday night.
non-denominational and allows I rCRAIFORDYIW'B
The Panthers the
students to choose their own
Jackets 26-7, In spite of poor |I
course of study, the educator ad-
playing conditions.The .
ded. I
Panthers meet the Yellow
Gifts to the Foundation were
Jackets of Sopchoppy In Craw-
announced at the board of directors -
l fordville, Friday night at 8iOO meeting. The Florida
P.M. for their last game of the
Federation of Business and Professional
season. The Panthers hope to
Women's Clubs has
finish with 5-4 record defeating
a by -
pledged$40,000 to buy I scholarship .
of the Homecoming Court Jan Pearce and the Jackets, who are now .. ,:1.
Senior representatives house ;> W. Pensacolai' ".

Karen Nazworth, take their places In the parade lineup at the par- 35.The Senior Class will Street, one bloc from the Florida -; di iil'

ade gets underway. sponsora State University
Victory Dance In the gym immediately The house will provide scholarship -j Busty Cook(21) leads the my for Don Currlett la their M to 7 via over

following the game aid for 22 girls, the equivalent Chattahoochee lut Friday Night. Chattahoochee'a Roger Scott(85), Tie Elder(30).Baddy

Friday night. Music will be of $600 per girl, per year, Sal therein(65) and Johnny Cant ley((42) move In for the tackle. .
furnished by "The Roadrunnen",. ,
Dr. Stone sold.Kinnebrew .
Admission will be 75t
Tallahassee the Foundationa SOCIAL SECURITY
son.The gave
Crawfordville High School SATURDAYFinal
automobile IN PANACEA
new painted in
Band with following Resolution on
Marching along
FSU colors. Students will use Viet Nam the plans have been com-
eighteen other bands from this I passed by Florida
the vehicle for grocery shopping, White, social security Federation of pleted for Saturdays Turkey
area participated in the District Young Republicans ,
Dr. Stone said. He added.thatthe district manager in Tallahassee,
at the November Board Shoot and Fish Fry in Panacea.
2 Contest
Marching at Cap 304 students In 12 scholarship announced today that his office Meeting In Ocala Florida. The Panacea Chamber of Commerce -
ital Stadium In Tallahassee last ,
making an extensive effort to
houses formerly shared twovehicles. WHEREAS American and Panacea Woman'sClub
The -
Saturday night. Marching
reach those 72 or over
their livesIn who are jointly sponsorIng -
with are sacrificing
Pautherscam. out a rating
who have some credit for work
1 second Cash gifts were received from Viet Nam in order to the event, said that this Is
ofExc.UentlDthelr preserve
year the Tallahassee Junior Chamberof under social security but who the 14th annual i iCongre..man
freedom In the world and event.
of In this event. aoclai
participation '
: do not receive securlt
Commerce and the Creensbo- ) Don will!
WHEREAS resolution Fuqua
The Marching Panthers will also benefits. a joint
ro Kiwanis Club.A the President head the list of state and county
participate In Band Day this Sat- The Social Security Amendments by Congress requesting -
movie telling the Southern
to name November 27, offlcialt who are planning at-
urday. of 1965 reduced the amount -
Scholarship and Research Found
1965 in "Honor tend.
our Troops I
ation'.story, financed by Sears- of work credit some persons Viet Nam Day", and the President Proceeds from the affair will

Roebuck Foundation, was pre- 72 or over need to qualify has so proclaimed; be used to restore Panacea Min

CRAWFORD/HIE BAND miered at the meeting, hosted for monthly benefits,White ad- NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT eral Springs.A. .

RATES.EXCELLENT by Sears. The film Is plannedfor ded. He said that many persons RESOLVED that the Florida B. Taff of Tallahassee,
in this area have not beet
nationwide distribution, It i Federation of Young Republicans owner of the springs, is working
| able to qualify for benefits ii
The Crawfordville School Band was announced. go on record as expressingourdeepand with the local organizations to '
the past because they did not
In the District 2 AU Foundation members were heartfelt the back Into
The Further Band, under the direction of Drum Major Doug Wright participated have credit for enough work under appreciation put springs use.
assigned to serve on one of the
Marching Band Contest on Sat- to the American Servicemen Taff said that at the turn of
plays e snappy tame for the parade viewer six committees created at the social security. Now man)
urday night In Capital Stadium I> I in Viet Nam fighting for the century people traveled
of these people or their widows
meeting. Committees are endowment i ,
In Tallahassee. freedom, and hundreds of miles to Panacea for
Nineteen bands from the area and wills, student selection I ,.can receive a special be- BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat the medicinal value of the wa-
I neflt of $35 a month if
took part In the event. Class student administrationand 'j the Florida Federation of :er and at one time a large resort -
have credit for
less work than
C, CC, B, and AA performed. personnel, public relations, before. Young Republicans hearby request hotel operated here.A. .

Crawfordville Is in the Class research, and statewide organ-. that the Governor of Florida B. Snyder is in charge and
These people should in
Division, along w th bands zatlon. touch with the social get the Hon. Haydon Bums, Phillip Hanson and Mrs. Irene

from Chattahoochee, Cotton- office security name November 27, 1965, as Vause are co-chairmen fur the
to find out if they can receive -
dale, Craceville, Greensboro, this Honor our Troops in Viet Nam fish fry.
special benefit.
Greenville, Sneads, and Wewa- JIMMY I SILVER I NAMED TO Wives of these workers can receive Day, and that each and every I Both the turkey shoot and fish

hltchka. MARCH OF DIMES POST a special benefit of Americanfly the American flag fry will start Saturday morningat
Cottondale and Madison Bands onNovember27, 1965, and participate 11:00 o'clock.
$17.50 a month when they are I
traveled the longest distance to Jimmy Silver, age 19, of Man- 72. In the activities around

the contest. atee, Florida, hasbeen appointed to Honor the Troops Viet Namso

The event Is part of the flori- TAP (Teen-Age Program) Another should good visit reason the district these people office that the people of the world COUNTY REPRESENTEDAT

da Bandmasters Program for chairman The National Foun can be shown an unswerving loyalty CONVENTION
White continued is because -
school bands In Florida. dation-March of Dimes for the and devotion to the cause
of "medicare".
Crawfordville rated excellent State of Florida, Basil O'Connor, Anyone of freedom and of the American '
65 or over, who does not receive Clearwater Wakulla and 631
by the judges.Their president of the voluntary health social railroad Serviceman Is dying for this other Florida Counties
security or were represented
performance was cheered announced cause ..
retirement benefits, needs to here during the annual
several hundred people In the first
by pioneering organized
establish their eligibility for state convention of the Florida
who attended the offensive birth
program. against hospital insurance benefits. At Farm Bureau Federation. The I'
defects, after making the conquest SOPCHOPPY HIGH
the same time, they can signup state's biggest agricultural or)
of polio possible, we of I for medical Insurance benefits 10TH GRADE NEWS ganlzation met at the Jack Tar
the March of Dimes
are very I the voluntary part of the Hotel from Saturday, November
'MARCHING PANTHERS'BY much that BY Linda Plgott
aware, today's teenagers ReporterWe
program. People who are 65 or 7 through Tuesday November
From left ,
to right, John Taylor and the
Crum I are of tomor-
Cay the parents
Wakulla County Horseman's Association rideit, representing Doug Wright "Mr. O'Connor over before January 1, 1966, the Sophomore Class and 9. The next state conventionwill
row said.
the rear of the ,
pande. need to sign up for medical Insurance sponsors, are proud to announce be held In Jacksonville.
I Last Saturday night' our bane "They have an immediate and before March 31, 1966, that we had the most parents at Among those from Wakulla

I went to Marching Contest la personal Interest In the preven- 110 that they can have this protection the first PTA meeting on November County who attended the con-
tion of birth
FAREWELL PARTYA NOTICE Tallahassee. Wewere real happy defects because when the program starts 11, and that we raised vention were Homer Harvey and

> to receive an Excellent ratIng nowadays more than onethirdof 'July 1, 1966. the most money for the United Thus Strickland, Jr., both of
party will be given Sunday, Due to nexTthuriday being which next to the highest our firstborn" are to girl la I People at the social security Fund Drive.In Crawfordville.

November 21, at the Florida Thanksgiving, Monday noon, honor. their teens. office will
give a
complete explanation the
having most at
Power Lounge for Mr. and Mrs.L. November 22, will be deadline Friday night the football team Young Jimmy, a senior at of "medicare" rights. the PTA will
meeting, we receive -
D. "Bo" John and for copy so that next week's paper South East High School, Is the
Taylor plays Sopcboppy. Both bands The Tallahassee district office the attendance banner and SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
Don, prior to their leaving for maybe delivered before will perform for the halftime son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Silver Is located at 306 W. Jefferson refreshments.In .

Bonlfay, Florida.Mr. Thanksgiving.BIRTH'ANNOUNCEMENf. show. The Panther's show will I 206 20th Street East, Manatee Street and the telephone numberis raising the most for START TUESDAYThe

Taylor has been County r consist of the contest performance. Florida. 222-3515 or 224-6217. I the United Fund Drive money
in which
Agent In Wakulla County forth I Jimmy, deeply Interested in story In last week's paper

7-1/2 Mil work with -. ---- --- the National Foundation-March the school participated from regarding the holiday t
part years. Saturday our' band will to i 11
go October
the 4-H Club has brought state the.annual Band Day ceremonies of Dimes has had Polio twice. through 29, we will next week was in error.

wide the local Hewatold he would never walk receive a BIC-G-G SURPRIZE According to Superintendent
recognition to at F.S. U. That afternoon TURKEY SHOOT la the .
chapters.; We. and Mrs. Henry J. Harvey they will march In the parade again. But through help from had five girls attend the William Whaley, schools will

Invitation are not being sent, announce the arrival of their and that night all the bands will the medical profession, the The American Legion Post 114 District Para-Medical start their holidays at the close
however all of the friends of March of Dimes and hit own will Meeting of the day on Tuesday, Novem-
first child, Henry Jackson Harvey perform at halftlme. 'This is a sponsor a Turkey' Shoot this from our' class last Saturda'November

Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and John II, on November 11. He show worth seeing, all Big Bead! perserverance he interested air Saturday, November 20th, 1 13, In Tallahassee/, ber 23. Classes will start again .

and Don are Invited to drop by weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces, Bands working together.We and 1* BOW very in mile north of Crawfordville on Those attending Linda cc Mqnday, November 29. .

s between the hours of two and and was born In the Ft. Hood still have Band Booster helping the National Foundation the Tallahassee Highway at the Carol were Pl ,

five P.M. Army Hospital, Ft. Hood, Texas. Tags In stock. If you would like In any possible way to achieve fro Station, what was Curtis Quigg gott, Commander Cray, Rhonda
Nancy ante
J its goal*. Jimmy has been Beaton's
The to place. The shoot
grandparent an Mr. acquire one or replace will lime Harrell.
Habit Is like a loft bed-
working for the March of Dimes
and Mn. Dewey Caldwell, old one., see any band member. start at liOO P.Me
for the two We are proud of every meaner easy to get into but hard to get
Jacksonville, Fla., and Mr and Price $1.00. pest years. Funds raised will be used tosead of our class and our Dear
'T1me. \\m like money-von Mrs. Hayward' H. Harvey, Ivan .' a boy to Boys State. Parents, tool I out of It. Harold S. May, The

a aa only spend It once.'' Community, WakullaCounty. !Florence (Ala.) Herald.


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.. limply by lifting the top! Bathing giving business gifts, try When the gift arrives, it is handsomely ,
much more effective, idea suggested by the wrapped and securely
suddenly *as this new
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: complexions: and health. While it river picks the price range of the ing counselor: (see your Yellow
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could not compare V today'' recipient, who then receives a bro easily handled, always appreciated j I
modem, mild Dial soap-with hexachlorophene chure picturing a wide selection of gift program i I
to combat bacteria. gifts from which he may choose. I II
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L-Th1 H drying clothes ';

: lames A. Farley, the Ant"Grand-Dad of the Year,* Is presented with a '
sculptured portrait of himself by B. C. Ohlandt, president of the OU
Grand-Dad Club. The club, now hi Its 31st year, commissioned famed FRESH
sculptor Vincent Clinsky to do the work. Farley served U Postmaster.
General In the cabinet of Franklin D. Roosevelt, who wu the ltd 4. i
Grand-Dsd Club member.YOU. ( '

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4'1r: : combustion fumes to escape and be blown
AII ; through your laundry. Also no fading and
!:"* K no yellowing. No to either.
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r 14<' An electric dryer is flameless.

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I the'TSundry Or blow the line down?

COFFEEMAKER And how about frisky puppies, careless
f a gift to our customers who buy birds, and kids playing hide-and-seek
Ii ; electric clothes dryer between among your sheets and towels?
Oct 1 and Nov. 30 See Jour a"lr ,
( ) anti dtallr, belore the deadUnet You know the other advantages-the work,
Fiesta Perns t time, and with
You'll love your aggravatl.on you save anelectric
I Sponsored By 3.to SUP Fiesta-Perk In dryer especially on rainy days!

I colorfulaIJPrlpyllnl. ti But do you know that the average cost of

Panacea Chamber of Commerce $8.95 VALUE operating an electric dryer for our

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and' +, ';: ': :$,< *r\X Even less in most all-electric homes?


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son. That'i why this bearded ,
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time at this rfulf year, isusing
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THURS. FRI. S SAT. vacuum clearer to spruce up. .
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rODAY rHRI I. SA r. you're the typically busy
/ homemaker, you'll probably In the Telephoto Lens this week are two of Wakulla County's tree
want to improve appearances, farmers, Roy Rehwlnkel and A. L. Porter, receiving a citation
too-the looks of
your home, from Florida Forest Service presented by Florida Forester Dan Haus-i
tvlie Since so many holiday
are held at home: the man.
Steve McQueen John O'Hara's Eureka Home Care Institute
has these tips to help make
Ann Margret "A' RAGE TO your days easier and more fun:
I Tinsell"arlands. wreaths and
"THE CINCINNATI KID" other decorations will stay SCIENCE SKETCHES
sparkling with an occasional
I once-over using the dusting
hi'ush attachment on the vac KISS DONN4 JO LYNN
uum. The long, soft bristlesof i
the brush are safe for the
most delicate ornaments on ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED .
; OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWY.i i Keep Pido looking his holiday Mrs. E. J. Purvis, St. Marks, announces the engagement of her
hest, A special vacuum daughter, Donna Jo, to James William Matthews, son of Mr. and
attachment the Groom-A- Mrs. J. P. Matthews, Jacksonville Highway. Miss Lynn is the dau-
Today. thru Sat. Pet, is designed/ to gently air. Jvv, ghter of Mrs. Purvis and the late J. T. Lynn.
roday, Fri f Sat. clean household the pits.Snowcovered coats. of small SHAKESPEARE didn't write this The wedding will be January 11n St. Marks Baptist Church, St. I

boots and shoescan balcony scene, but it's an impor Marks.
"LOVE' AND KISSES" "BRAIN STORM" ruin a good carpet Keep font industrial act" in Chicago The bride-elect is a graduate of Crawfordville High School.
protective mats near all outside Three Home cutting machines, FORESTS AND TREES ore features Her fiance is a graduate of Leon High School and is employed by
and and doors and wipe up any designed by National Cylinder of the sun's surface Califor the J. C, Penny Company. _
The Beatles in "HELP" WOMAN wH'oBONUS spots from wet footgear at Gas, Chicago, are the performers, nialnstituteofTechnologyastronproducing
once After the rug is dry a cut steel omers have taken films of the sun
FEATURE WOULDN'T DIE" few strokes with the vacuum precision- parts showing "forests"' of raging fire,
will restore the on a balcony built during Most of the time the people
Fri. & Set at 10:45 and "Trees 25,000-100,000 degreenywhenspoceandbuildingmate -
War II by a -working com pa
hot fingers of gas,also rise from its who jump at conclusions, fail 11
""THE NEW INltKNS" "EVIL OF FRANKENSTEIN' Fishing will do a lot for a pals were difficult to obtain, surface. to land on facts. N. D. Wilcox,
man, but it won't make him The Elysian (Minn) Enter dO' S

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A PICTURE OF PROGRESS By Mary magazine WhitmanA points out

that new Jigsaw fad. puzzle. parties, area

High'echoolers, the college
w "' .
'w I -- "lG r crowd or young careerists likem
: 1 t $ to get together for an evening
w A'ww tussle contest The host or
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; hoHtess ran provide dessert or
'hs t .... .. dolt.yourself soda fountainiiiuks I
t .
I F- 'ti r New puzzles, available at all
t Y NIYt f'f0 ti '. ;u variety stores, are popular for
S ; these parties. Staunch fans alII '
I } like to use old puzzles, wfrel'OI'dM. },
I names and dates written
,I oil buck of the box A puzzle
party In a good mixer if you as-
(jK. :. r b sign; boy.girl teams Prizes can he
i epoHtermiH; white elephants,
9 .Luau re 'r"
d ,, a4' IIftwl'ap\led, do very well.
.rf r r, "Puzzle parties would work
For any age group" points out
product manager John Rocknow
w,1 ,'_ 4' +hoe ski' of Whitman Publishing Com
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Inter of leisure activity Items. I
I'uzzles from five to live hun
dred places give wide choice. M
Young; adults will want to
fa watch for puzxlea In new shapes t
and tuts now being designed
The grammar school set goes
for Juvenile puzzles. Ideal for
1925 1965 parties or every day. These puz--
sins are no strongly! Interlocked
that they can easily I be moved
from one room to another by

A USED Lot Has 40 Years slipping under a light them.piece of cardjourd -
Changed During For pre'schoolers there are
CAR) frame-tray' puzzles with big I ,
bright: pieces. Handy: Because

PROOF POSITIVE THAT ALFORD CHEVROLET CO., IS A PROGRESSIVE DEALER clear the( puzzles plastic, they come can wrapped be used, as in

A DEALER THAT PLACES YOU, OUR CUSTOMER IN OWNER SATISFACTION FIRST! jlacemats at they a birthday serve tableUnwrapped as a

game, with a prize going to the
MAYBE IT'S TIME YOU CONSIDER A CHANGE? youngster who completes his
puzzle first Later, the puzzles
Take advantage of a combined total of 224 years of selling experience in helping you to-select the car that fits your needs at ran favors be taken home in party bags

Be a progressive buyer step up to an OK used car or truck from the selection below Also pleasing to youngsters
are "action" puzzles. These are

All Prices Cut for This Special I Sale I watch of several for consists kinds. A of new puzzles series that to.

224-3211 Lot #2 1414 So Monroe St. Phone 222.5656 can be moved by a frame device
Lot #1 327 No. Adams Phone to provide some animation to the
1964 CORVAIR 1962 OLDS flnUhed scene
MONZA heater 4 trammission. 1495 4 door 98, factory air conditioner, radio, heater, $1295 There are p u x sj e s for all
COUPE radio speed
.. automatic transmission. One owner, nice car. ................ .. juniors l seniors and Inletweenera -
low mileage' one owner car. ..........."".... ..... ..... ..... .
1963 CORVAIR' MONZA COUPE 1962 FALCON Giving a puzzle party may be a
4 speed transmission, radio, "heater 1195 2 door 6 cylinder standard shift 695 perfect solution when you wantand

a one owner low mileage car. ............................" .a. sedan, has heater .. .. ..................,....................................... to get the crowd together
1963 CHEVY II 1961 RAMBLER -
9-passenger station wagon, low miles, radio, heater 1395 American 2 door sedan with radio, 395 EASY ON THE EYES

and automatic transmission. One owner heater and automatic transmission ..................................... .....
4 door 6 cylinder standard transmission sedan $1 1095 4 door station wagon, V8 .nglne' $345

with radio, heater. One owner auto ,. .. ...................... radio, heater A automatic' transmission ..................................
6 cylinder 2 door.wlth heater, standard transmission, 1995 CORVAIR' CONVERTIBLE miles radio, 1295
one owner,
I one owner low miles.' Big savings ,.... "......... ..... ....... .. heater and automatic transmission. .....:..........."....."................
1963 CHEVROLET 1595 1960 CORV AIR 500 COUPE
4 door, 6 passenger station wagon, heater and standard Standard transmission, $595'"

economy transmission. One owner low miles radio & heater. ... ....................................................."..." ...
1965 FORD 52095 1962 LARK )

I I Custom 500 4 door with radio, heater, ......... .. ... 2 door sedan with heater, automatic 495
I automatic transmission Low milea,.. transmission One owner. ........" '............... ............ .. ..

I 1964 Impala' CHEVROLET 2 door Hardtop V8, radio, heater, 1962 FORD 895 s
2295 V8 4 door sedan,
air nditioning.
A automatic one owner transmission low 'mileage, factory car ........*. .." one owner clean automobile ..............:............:........................ I

(Sorry, We Have No 1925 Models Left) r' ,

A '.. .,
Pert Marion Sinclair hoists the
first of Miami Beach'i new re-
nertlve street signs The tourby -
20 Inch sign will make U
' ALFORD CHEVROLET CO. caller for tourist visiting the
glamorous resort city to find
their way around. The new signs,
twice the size of the ones they
replace feature white reflective
(Another reason why ALFORD CHEVROLET CO. M!II I moat new & used can than my .othlr'dulir In d tru Big ItncflAro: ) ground on a light green back.


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Sunday was observed I i SOPCHOPPY MENU

SHOPPERS' GOOD NEWS I .: Methodist last Sunday Church.in the Crawfordville The M.Y.F. FOR NEXT WEEK .

members had complete charge Monday. November 22
of the morning worship service. Flih Sticks
i 4 Eric Mathis gave a very fine Grits
message, also the singing was String Beans
1 Christmas Club pays ......., excellent. Cabbage Slaw
I I Com Bread Muffins w/butter
needed Mr. and Mrs. George Clbbs, Jello w/Fruit
shopping David and Donnie, returned Milk
/27P* home yesterday after a trip to
dollars NOW Washington, D. C., to visit Tuesday November 23
i c fi t aye m,ai Mr. Clbbs1 mother. Turkey Dressing wi Giblet
Mr. and Mrs. George Stafford English Peas
( spent the weekend in Port St. Tossed SaladCranberry
{. Joe visiting their daughter and Saucd
family. Sweet Potato Pie
Eza An Apple
G \ Happiness[ is a family gathered around the open fire singing Johnny Harper, son of Mr, and Bread Butter Milk
carols a child's anticipation of Santa's arrival a merry Mrs. Cliff Harper, is a patientin
group of friends and neighbors enjoying Holiday Surprises Tallahassee Memorial Hospi- No School Wednesday Thurs-
Each rich oatmeal cooky' is filled with a candied cherry, pecan day and Friday.
half or date It's fun to guess which goody' is inside each tal.Mr.
Happiness is children helping mother make Christmas cookies and Mrs. E. C. Ferrell
l ..especially Holiday Surprises. After the toasty oats are stirred attended the funeral Mr. Fer- CRAWFORDfLLE HIGH
into the dough, !give the children the fun job of shaping the tiny rell's niece, Mrs. Ruby Mc- I
cooky balls around the tasty surprises They'll love helping out Leod Barber, in Madison! on SCHOOL MENU FOR.
and it will keep them out of mischnf .
Don't forget to save a few Holiday Surprises for Santa whenhe Saturday.Mr. NEXT WEEK
comes to call and leave a carrot for the reindeer. and Mrs. Chauncy Schus Eloise Harvey, Manager

IIOIIDAY SURPRISES ter have returned to Crawford- Monday. November 22
Makn 4 dozen ville after spending the summerin Spaghetti
e' l 1 cup butter or margarine, 2 cups sifted all-purpose Ohio. We are sure glad to Meat Sauce
soft flour see them back. Buttered
1/2 cupsifledconfectioners' 1/2 teaspoon salt Spinach
sugar 1 cup rolled oats (quick or Pineapple Tidbits
1-1/2 teaspoons vanilla old fashioned, Mrs. InezWalkerwent to Jacksonville Bread Butter
uncooked) last Tuesday visit her Milk
father who is seriously ill.
Beat butter until creamy; gradually heat in sugar Blend in Tuesday, November 23
vanilla Sift together flour und salt Add to creamed l mixture; Mrs. H. F. Mills of Newport Turkey & Dressing
OTHER SERVICES : H9'SSilSavings \ mix well Stir in oats Shape u small amount, ,,of dough I to form returned Monday night by chartered Giblet Gravy
1-inch ball around cut caiiilml rhirriiii, p Place on unirrtasid cooky sheets Bake in preheated slow oven plane Amboy Green Cut Beans
*>. 25 JO minutes. While warm, sift coiifictiomrt' New Jersey. Mrs. Mills spent
Safety Deposit Checking ((325 ) to sugar Grult Salad
CHRISTMASCLUB generously over cookies.STEVE. the past six weeks with her sis-
ter, who Is convalescing froma Bread ButterMilk
Auto Loans Home Loans Personal Loans
serious Illness. Her sister was
Bank Money Orders Banking-by-Mail REVELLROBERT Immediately transferred from No School Wednesday, Thurs-
the plane to an ambulance and day and Friday.

NOW OPEN H, RODDENBERRY. AssociateA entered .Tallahassee Memorial
: 'vA"d: ::: ;;
William Gibson has returned REEF PLANNED FOR

FINANCING ARRANGED AT S 1/4% Memorial home from Hospital.the Tallahassee ST. MARKS AREA

ANY TYPE HOME BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE Another artificial fishing reefis
LEWIS STATE BANK Holiday Apron planned off St. Marks light;
UMV WNKIILA OflJYrV AM) TIC CONSTAL AREA Looking for an inexpensive Marks.It according. to city officials In St.

YU2 Ot YU -7433 W02-2194 Christmas gift you can make yourself is reported that the Wakulla
love to receive?
Florida's Oldest I White, fashion consultant County Development Authorityand
Virginia the Town of St. Marks have
1\\ I Iil for the Faultiest Starch Company, completed plans for the
Member. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation "** \ suggests making colorful hostess new
il reef In Wakulla County waters.
1 LT US, BUY OR SELL FOR YOU Use festive
I and easily.
.. aprons The two existing reefs in the
reds and
-or holiday greeni
county proven good fishing
Simply take a half yard of cloth
grounds this past summer, and
\ for each hem the bottom, gather an additional ree, f will bring
the top,and sew it to a matching or more sportsmen to the county.
.. contrasting waistband made of two Work will be under the super-
., yards of two-inch grosgrain ribbon. vision of the State Board of Con-
A whisk of spray on starch and a servation, Division of Fisheries.
touch of the iron is the finishing
touch to make the apron gift-




I II I FRYERS ib.29c

T BONE STEAK, lb. .. 69c,

Smoked PICNIC SHOULDERS lb. 45c,

Bama MAYONNAISE, pt. 29c

PICKLES Swt Mixed-IB oz 29c

Lindy Cream Style CORN,. ,2 for 33c

BLUE CHEER' Giant Size 69c


Our Christmas Club makes it easy to save BANANAS . 2 Ibs. 25c

for the things she is dreaming about Thanksgiving SPECIALS

Like the teddy bear of that cuddly doll or 1966 Christmas Club now and enjoy a pre TURKEY

whatever magical thing it is that will bring paid bill-free holiday next year. Just anothe HENS IOTa 12 IB. 49<

that Christmas E morning glow to the faces of way to have a nice day I Frosty Morn SMOKED Haiti 79$

,those you love. Our Christmas Club makes it .
Fresh HAMS whole or '/ 7c

jso easy to save. Just choose the amount you save 50c weekly, receive 25.00

want to have next year and make small weekly save 1.00 weekly receive 50.00 BONELESS BEEF ROAST 69c

;deposits at the Capital City First National save 2.00 weekly receive 100.00 BAKING HENS 49c

;Bank. When your check comes next Novemsave 3.00 weekly receive 150.00 CRANBERRY SAUCE I ,LB. CAN 29c

ber it will ''be like "found" money, already set save 5.00 weekly receive 250.00

aside for the things you want to give! Join our save 10.00 weekly receive 500.00 SHOP HERE'.FOR'YOUR .

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