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: June 9, 1966
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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and Mrs. Charles Henry Taylor, Panacea, announce the engagement -
following essay was sub
in a seventh grade Eng- of their daughter, Alice Doreen Taylor, to Charles Jefferson .
-, class. Ralph Martin, Metcalf, son of Mrs. Jane M. Trull and Charles A. Metcalf,

High School Prin- Crawfordville.
that students The bride-elect Is a senior at Rickards High School, Tallahassee,
reports were
A- r.1g to select one of sever- a and will be employed at the Industrial Commission in Tallahasseeon
r June 10.
m 0 us thought-provoking
and write their in- Mr. Metcalf is employed at the Davis Oil Company of Tallahas

The students! I k see.
not supposed to guess' the The wedding will take place June 10 at the Bethel Primitive Baptist ,

intended meanings but Church in Panacea Park, at 3;00 P. M. The Rev. Tom Harrell'
to describe their own in- will officiate
Relatives and friends are invited to attend.

r Joyce Howard, English The couple will reside in Hudson Heights at Crawfordville.
for one section of the

grade, indicates that
1 is one of the most sensitive 1966 'SCHOLARSHIPS FOR VOLUNTEER FIREMEN
of student writing she LEADERSHIP' ESSAY
Rolling Stone Membersof the Wakulla County -
rt- Collects No Moss" gives us much pleasure to Volunteer fire' fighting teamsof

rolling stone gathers no ALICE DOREEN TAYLOR announce that, after careful Sopchoppy Panacea, St.
t "says one thing and means study of the essays submitted Marks and Crawfordville received -
It means that people from 57 high schoolsp.ttlclpat- indoctrination in fighting
are always traveling around ing in our 1966 contest, the brush and woods fire' in a Rural
get the better things of Judges have selected. the two Fire School at 8:00 P.M. on

..... "S-. best essays in the contest those Tuesday in the Florida Power
...t- first parents had degrees written by Miss Shirley A. Clarkof Lounge, conducted by the Florida -
J Auburn and South Sumter High School Forest Service.
< each had
....\110 jobs more than once, but Bushnell, and Mils Call Ann Charles R. Roblnette, Rural
.. were always looking for Gentry, of Northeast High Fire Department Training Spe-
jobs or places1 live. School, St. Petersburg, each of cialist of Tallahassee and Hilton

A Water Sample Is Drawn At The Wakulla High had cars, two yacht trips, FPM whom has therefore won a $2- Beaty, Taylor County Ranger of
's In all the bedrooms, 000 four-year scholarship pre- Perry, conducted the opening
George McCo//// Sopchoppy is on the drill, Revell looks on lots of other th fags, but we sented by Florida Power Corp- class. Among the subjects presented -
oration. to the Rural Firemen Included -
had a home or yard of our
Subject of the essays this year Nemenclature of a Fire,

School to many schools, but I was Individual Responsibility in Map Reading, Hand Fire Tools,
New went to a school long e- L Community Development. The Weather effects on Fire, Back
student writing the best at
to like the school or the essay Firing Techniques, Brush Fire
each of the 57 schools partici- '
Operations Radio Procedure.
I met and played with
boys, but I always had to pating has already received a Members of the Jake Pigott
A tive sections. certificate and a $25 United
CUB SCOUTS them and never see them American Legion Post 114 of
new era in education i II be- The shop area Includes the MEETING States Savings Bond. There were Crawfordville and the Wakulla

ginning in Wakulla with the industrial arts classroom and then I saw relatives. many very fine papers submit County Civil Defense Advisory
of Wakulla vocational agriculture shop The regular I ted, and your students are to be Council are cooperating with the
building County me they were Just some more ,
of Cub Scout : ill Congratulated for their efforts.
High School at the Intersection and classrooms commercialcourse who Iwobmeonre and s :'z Forest Service In the establishment -
of SR 319 and US.'98. area Business educa- held at the again. I never saw them MRS, JURY BEVI! Local contest winner "and recipient of the Rural Fire Fighting

Crews of the Williams Construction tion with offices and class- Lunchroom 730P.M. enough or often enough to Danny Miller of a $25.00 a Crawfordvillesenior. bond w adjoining also is on whether I liked them or ,
and Supply Co. of The theme for HOME ECONOMICS AGENT .
Quincy began leveling the site the center design. "Jungle Tales" FOR WAKULLA COUNTYMrs.
last week and Carl L. Revell, Home economics follows this performed the almost twelve years I was
Sopchoppy, Li digging the well design with foods and sewing of Kaa the stone, and I collectec I Mary Bevis will assume

to supply water to the school. laboratories adjoining. The B. Prince was the duties of Extension Home ALMA TANGOS THROUGH THE COUNTY
Contractor crews will follow adminfstfative area consists Cub Scouts I am a stone that has Economics Agent for Wakulla

this initial work to completethe of offices for the principal, cil Fire and in a fine place. I live County effective September 1, Wind in reported gusts at 100 miles per hour hit Wakulla County
I have
The I own house. many with her office located at the hurricane Alma bore Inland from the Gulf of Mexico. I
$836,945 school complexfor assistant principal, a lobby, Badge. Thursday as
of I have a Mo-
use in September 1967. first aid clinics for boys and Scouts also and my Father own.and a dog. I W County kulla Agent's County Courthouse.Mrs. Office In .the Rain which started around midnight Wednesday fell continuously till

William E. girls and a teacher's lounge. Johnny rQOmand bed of own. Thursday night.
Superintendent and Cold Arrow a my Bevis is a native of
the school will Elaborate facilities are in ; aunts uncles, nieces, and I
Whaley says Brunswick Georgia, received -
Increase the educational op the band building. Band per, Point Wolf week.'A nephews, and cousins. I her B.S. Degree in Alma's full force reached the COUNTY CORNER

portunities to all students |In rooms are located In the row Bear ; all the clean clothes I can Home Economics at Florida mainland in this area around 1
Wakulla County More courses back of the gymnasium, Point Badge and all the food I can eat. State University in 1959. At P.M. Thursday.First BYE.R. Wheaton,
and so are choral rooms. ; Randy allowance which is reports this morning Indicated County Agent
will be available through larger Badge and an present she is completing her
enrollment in each class Under the same roof will much but Hike making go Masters Degree in Home Econ- little ;operty damagein
Bill Moore Four 4-H members will
the county and no casualties. repre-
be the lunchroom and kitchen. Educationalso at Florida
of way. omics
the assignment
and row Points; Jack Low-lying areas of the county sentWakulla County at the State
The auditorium is said by the I lots of other things, too. State University.Mrs. .
teachers to their specialityareas. Badge and 4-H Club at the Uni-
evacuated I Congress
school and I Wednesday night
designer not to have a bad like my Bevis has five years of
I row Points; it. I have a and early Thursday. versity of Florida, June 1316.
to keep successful teaching
seat on the entire floor. In very experience
Whaley said the Wakulla addition the auditorium hasa Badge; Jim ; a club, and a band. I of which two years was CD Director W. S. Schley had "Hand on the Present Eye on
County High School will offera Terry Nazworth good friends and I want to spent teaching Home Economicsat shelters open at the school house I the Future": is the theme for the
large lecture room in the
special bonus for the athletic Cold Arrow keep them. Crawfordville High School in Sopchoppy and Crawfordville 4-H Congress.Dr. .
back. Rehwinkle, Approximately 300 rode I E. T. York, Jr. provost,
program. With all the re- I was a rolling stone I and three years teaching at persons
Whaley said this will be row Points. out the storm In these facilities. Institute: of Food and Agricultural
sources of Sopchoppy, Sbade- not hear, and I did not Augusta Raa Junior High Schoolin I
vile and Crawfordville, the used for lectures for more Parents of all tell anybody. My teachers Tallahassee.Mrs. Efficient work by volunteer I Sciences, will welcome 600 4-H
than one class to save time members of the Wakulla CD I delegates to the campus. Barry
school will have stronger athletic tendance as I I was stupid, and I hated Bevis' responsibilitieswill u- I
and teacher workload. nit the citizens Informed Coldrlng Florida 4-H
of them for that. be to organize Home Demonstration kept of president,
teams. The block and brick school ors. I became a lodged stone Clubs throughoutthe conditions in the county. I Club Council, of Arcadia, will

New subjects required by building will be completelyair ears were treated. I could county and work with groups Ralph Martin principal preside at the opening session
many colleges for entrance conditioned. BAPTIST teacher. She was Mrs. and individuals in areas of Food Crawfordville School and Clenay Monday evening, June 11.
will be offered. Under present The athletic plant includesa MEDART my. I began to love her and and Nutrition, Freezing and Bonner, principal of Sopchoppy ; Secretary of State Tom Adams
too few in each School manned the shelter lo will give the opening address,
conditions, football field enclosed by a BIBLE trust her. She knew I Canning, Health, Clothing 4-
school want the courses; regulation size 440. yard Vacation learn and she taught me. H, and other areas of interestto cations. taking as his topic, the Congress
consequently, when not jointly track, tennis court a baseball 13 I am a stationary rock women in Wakulla County. This was the first storm to hit theme.
offered for students of aU start June at and I the Big Bend Area in full forcein W. W. Brown, state 4-H Club
field, two softball dia- tist Church: in a rolling stone, am a number of leader will preview of
years. present
three schools or alternately monds, two outside combination Classes for more moss every day the
week at the Tuesday
the schools it
offered at volleyball and basketball Intermediate. life. .
creates problems that the new courts. from 9:00 to : Van Derbur, former

school will solve under one The brick-exteriored plant Rev. Elrod, Miss America, will be Tuesday's

roof.Economically will be on a 55.6 acre plot. Pigott, Jr., ; keynote speaker when she discusses
the school Once in operation the school mon Cray, : "Coals and Dreams. "

will offer savings In some will offer advantageous use of Denzil Cray, During the Congress the State
areas while expansion in other the three other schools in the W. Langston, 4-H Council will be in session.
areas will add to the cost. In county. Converted to elemen- Annie Cray, ; 4-H'ers will hear the Philadelphia -

overall administration, the tary schools, the vacated Pigott, Pianist. Orchestra, withStanislaw
Wakulla School District will rooms and facilities will lend All children :. Skrowaczewski conducting present

save money, Whaley aaid. themselves to the expansionof tend.tend. Schol School} Ing. a concert on Tuesday even-
the elementary school education
While the Wakulla schoolsare tend. School 4-H'en will participate in dairy
accredited by the state according to Whaley. until June 22, judging elimination, dress revue,
will be able
Overall Wakulla a
school will permit Nif
the high ment night food and nutrition demonstrations
to provide adequate educationfor
Application and eventual approval parents are a vegetable judging contest -
the student who will not
from the Southern Association gram and to see and cooperative demonstra-
of Colleges and go on to college and the student tions. Winners in these State

Schools. The existing schools who is going to college. 4-H events will be announced

are under the association Whaley said foresight and CRUSADE I at a Recognition Program.A .

standards from the standpoint leadership to meet these two SET FOR I "Share-the-Fun" program,
of space and lab facilities.One complex demands came from sponsored by the Folger Coffee
hundred and seventy recognizing the shortcomingsof The Wakulla sd Company, will feature district
the by Wa- erican Cancer "Share-the-Fun"
will lead In and out of present system winners.
doors school kullans and the school board a Crusade Dr. M. O. Watkins, director,
a functionally members, S. E. Roddenberry, Power Lounge Florida Agricultural Extension
by Robert Maybin and easy access chairman; B. C. Posey, B. G. 14, 1966. Service, will address the Con-

Paulk Henry Crum and T. A. grew Thursday morning.
I I for administrative purposes. Strickland "Operation Teen-ager" will bt
1, It is designed on a "learning WHITE presented by the Florida State
center" theory acceptable by SATURDAY, e M PrUon at the Thursday assembly.The .
the accreditation agencies REGISTRATIONBOOKS General Telephone Company -
The White Fa
Whaley said OPEN will be held of Florida, the Folger Coffee -

The learning center has Mr. New manHarper announces at Otter Lake. _:- ,ion Company, and the Product-of flo-

the social studies, End that the Registration Books are All members Alma dumping wind and rain on the Panhandle Thursday kicke up the water arormd1, rida Credit are Associations scholarshipsfor
mathematics, biology, now opet end will remain open urged to attend. the ibove photo was made just before the brunt of the storm hit land Thursday afternoon the State providing 4-H Congress.
science, chemistry and physics until OctjL: r8th.. Complete House-boat had drug anchor and came ashore at the foot of the fishing dock in Panacea. Winds

areas, languages and announced next clocked at 90 miles per hour when this picture was made. Photo by Kelghtley.

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Wakulla Pharmacy. James J. =
In the Circuit Court of the Second lOt-6/2. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Roddenberry. Citizens of Wskulla County LanarkIn g"of
: Judicial Circuit, In and Members present: Mr. Posey and Mr. Strickland. Members absent won high praise Friday from Wa- 1.
For Wakulla County Florida. : Mr. Crum and Mr. Paulk. kulla County Forest Ranger Sam He was of FSnkuaCounty
to Chancery No. 1381. FOR SALE Spinet piano. Used The minutes of April were read and approved. Lollle In the County Monthly I for the part nine years,
(LACOUNTY Keats Arthur Washbum, but like new. Can be seen in The meeting was opened with a prayer by Mr. Whaley. Fire Report which showed not I coming from New York. Hewai
Plaintiff, this vicinity. Cash or terms to Superintendent Whaley presented the Trustee recommendationsfor one Forest Fire of any type a retired policeman and aJjMin-
NEWS -VI- responsible party. Forinfonna- teachers to the Board. The following teachers were recom- throughout: the county in May, ber of the Sacre'dHeih''Catholic:
Verba M, DIVORCE- ion: without expense or obliga- mended: which the Ranger credits to the Church.
TAgMwIVAlart: 68111Virihds Washburn.Defendant. ion, write Credit Manager, Mis. Ann T. Burks County Wide people of the area taking extreme Funeral services were held at
NOTICE "S1Q7Florida Avenue Tampa. Mrs. Sylvia PrIce Buckhom ElementaryMrs. precautions in handling 11:00 A.M. last Saturday la the
OF PUBLICATION Betty Low Ponder sll types of outdoor fires. Sacred least CatholIc Church.
TO: Verba M. Washburn Mrs. Arlena Anwyl Cravrfordville High> Ranger Lollle in speaking of Father Patrick Madden officiated
P. O. Box 5126 WAKULLA GARDENS Mrs. Katherine Fields ,, "fo' the excellent cooperation resi- and burial followed Evergreen -
Augusta, Ceorgia LIQUIDATION SALE Mrs Johnnie Helms (Continuing Contact) dents of Informing the Forest Cemetery. .
You are hereby notified that a Mrs. Mary Nelda Russ Service at anytime they plan to R. L. Riley Funeral Home. ofCarrabelle
Bill of Complaint for Divorce cordially Invite allWakulla Mrs. Annie Ruth Ferryman burn trash and keeping a watch- was In charge of ar
elVtlej' ........--... Drills has been filed County residents to our Liquidation Mrs. Ross Foss ful eye duringthe time the trash rangements. .
against you, ant Sale of lots In Units I and s' a isbuminghave
Howard increasedthe widow Mrs.
economy -
you -re required to serve a Mrs. Joyce Survivors are his ,
copy IV, June 11th -- 12th; sale start- e It of of the 2
of your Answer or Pleading to Mr. Edward Bailey operation ser- Edna Shaughnessyr, Lanark
Cr wfordvllle. Floridiclass the Bill of Complaint on the ing 11:00 A. M Lot prices Mr. Richard Peine .". vice by saving many needless. sons, James Shaughnessy! and ,
a' and '
Zntared 596 down
starting at$250.00. runs.
West III both 'of
Subscnp pLiihtiff's attorney, Honorable Mr. Erdman William Shaughnessy .
al aewnd m.tUr. Richard O. Mitchell of Mitchell 1000monthly.( Approximately Mr. James Anderson Volunteer firemen Sopchoppy New York; 1 brother, Edwin
rate: $3.00 ryiar 85 lots left (inside and highway Panacea Crawfordvllle
'Jon t Mitchell 103 North Cadsden Mrs. Lynn Kagey and Shaughnessy of New York and
Street, Tallahassee, Florida, frontage). Anyone interested Mrs. Pauline Ann Foshee St. Marks, in cooperation with 3 grandchildren. .
and fjlc the original Answer or prior to sale time may contact Mrs. Betty Farmer Shadeville High Wakulla County Civil Defense Pallbearers were John WaJIiDl
Pleading in the office of the Joe| Harlan, c/o Panacea Dev. .Mn. Dorothy Mosley Units, Ranger Lollle said should Clarence Lumpp, Charles Peterson -
If You tJeed. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Corp., P. O. Box 7, Panacea} Mrs. Frances Wagar Sopchoppy High receive much credit in their Larry.Simonettl, William
before the 13th day of June, Florida, Phone No. WA 67721'Crawfordville Mrs. Ann Hall lf continual efforts in 'Tire Prevention Dolan and D. Carroll.
(' ). Work" in the County. .
Office Supplies I9b6. If you fail to do so, Mrs. Sarah Housley -- --
Office FurnitureBusiness judgment by default will be taken 5/19. Mr. Glenn Hall "
Machines against you for the relief Mrs. Freddie Mellichamp
demanded in the Bill of Complaint LEGAL NOTICEIn Mrs. Mary F. Kittrell First person to complete the Aircraft manufacturing and
S*.t* Call Mn. Jackie Busch r 14-mile Chain O'Lakes swim modification Is big business and
RANEY WHALEYat DONE AND ORDERED at the Circuit Court of the Second Mrs. Carol Gardner .' from Winter Haven to Florida getting bigger in Florida. Employing -
Erik. nearly 2000 workers,
Gardens was Ted
Judicial Circuit of flo- Mr. Houston Taff Cypress
Florida this 9th
son of Chicago, who made the only actual aircraft manufacturing -
1966. rida In and For Wakulla Mr. Robert Greener
day of May, in the state
trip in four hours and 44 minutes facUlty
CAPITAL OFFICEEQUIPMENT /Moody Pearce County. In Chancery.No. Mrs. Malene Maddox t on Nov. 22. 1961. Erikson is at Vero Beach but plants at
CO. Clerk of the Circuit Court Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded by Mr. Posey, that the Board also was the first person to Fort Lauderdale and Sarasota
By: Beatrice Dugger, D. C. IN Ri"'Ji Petition of Franklin employ those teachers as recommended. swim Lake Michigan, and the r completely change and modify
319 South Adams St. / / Richard O. Mitchell Moody McElrath Voting for the motion: Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. Posey and Mr.. first American to swim the basic aircraft to make them
Richard O. Mitchell of For the Adoption of Strickland. I English Channel both directions I safer, faster and better-appear
Corner E. Pensacola Geneva Strickland a Mr. that Annie Ruth ing.
Mitchell C Mitchell Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded by Posey
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA Iu3 North Gadsden Street minor. Ferryman be transferred from Sopchoppy School to Crawfordville.
Tallahassee, Florida STATE OF FLORIDA TOi Voting for the motion Mr. Roddenbeny, Mr. Posey and Mr. '
Attorneys for Plaintiff. Herbert Strickland Strickland.
Raiford State Prison I Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded by Mr. Strickland\ that the Board MCCLENDON
Raiford, Florida i accept the resignation of Mrs. Geraldine Gowdy.
HENRY WILLIAMS You are hereby notified that a Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded by Mr. Posey, that.bids be
LEGAL NOTICEIn petition by the above named awarded for equipment as follows: "

REALTY petitioner, has been filed for Knight Paper Company 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
the Circuit Court of the Second the adoption of your daughter, 1480 reams 8-1/2 x 11 20Ib. duplicating paper '* 1213.60 .
Judicial Circuit of flori- Geneva Strickland.You 220 reams 8-1/2 x 14 201b. duplicating paper 228.80.
Reg. Real Estate Broker da, In and For Wakulla Coun- are hereby required to Newton Seating Company' .
Tollahasiee Fla.
ty. In Chancery.No. file 23 drawer cabinets S76.99 PHONE 385-1161'
St. Marks Fla. (personally or by an attorney two filing
1382. ), with the Clerk of said 4 four drawer filing cabinets. 233.76

Phone 741 Joe| Ann Brown Plaintiff, Court, your answer or object- Modern Business Machines Corp. .
ions to such adoption, and to 6 Olivette Underwood Electric Adding Machines 897.00
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES vs. DIVORCE serve a copy of your answer or '
Royal Typewriter Company
objection on George L. Harper,
Alton Brown, 7337.00
James 46 Manual
Defendant. Attorney at Law, P. O. Box SPECIALS
Associate: 6 Electric 1732.50
Order of PublicationState 366, Crawfordville, Florida, on
I, M. Hatcher, Sr. or before July 5, 1966. Herein WIl-kin Supply Company
of Florida tot
Phone Wi 6-1201 Brown fail not or judgment by default 2 Dry Mount Press 222.86 .
James Alton will be entered against you. 18 Projector stands (overhead) 362.88
Address Unknown. Dated at Crawfordville, Wa- 6 Projector stands (TV 16mm) 233.70 SPECIALS Fill.. SAT.,
You are hereby notified that a kulla County, Florida, this 2nd
DAVE HAMRICK Thompson Company
complaint for divorce has been of 1966.
day 5 BcD t Howell 16mm projectors 2225.00
filed in the Circuit
against you /Moody Pearce
INSURANCE AGENCY Court of Wakulla County, Florida -
Clerk Circuit Court
Voting for the motion Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. Posey and Mr.
In Chancery. are Wakulla Florida
}+ AUTOMOBILE hereby or required by attorney to file) with(person-the (Official Seal Affixed) Strickland.Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded by Mr. Posey, that the \Bo rd
ally 000.00 from educational films to be used In the instructional ;
BONDS Clerk of said Court, and send a George L. HarperP. purchase $2, SUGAR ;
O. Box 366Crawfordville
of the same to the attorneyfor I : program.
CASUALTY copy plaintiff, your written defenses Florida Voting for the motions Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. Posey and Mr.
for Petitioner Strickland.
MARINE If to the complaint Attorney
any Moved Mr. Mr. Strickland that the
in said cause, on or before July 4t-6/9. 16,23,30. by Poseyseconded by Superin-
'PIRg. 5, 1966. Herein fall not or tendent proceed to purchase P. E. C Health Education Equipmentfor

PHONE 877-3108 judgment defaultwlll entered LOST Thoroughbred chinaunau Voting the schools.for the motions Mr. Strickland Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod- '
against you. dog, female, light brown with I Sirloin STEAK lb. i9t
WITNESS hand and the brown denberry.Moved
my dark black nose, eyes
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 by Mr. Strickland, seconded by Mr. Posey that alternate
Crawford- No col-
seal of said Court at answers to name Fawn. Architect
#4 for the consolidate school be rejected. The Is hereby '
TALLAHASSEE FLA. ville, Wakulla County, flori- lar or tag. Very shy. Lost at instructed to prepare change order on this alternate. 'PORK CHOPS Center Cut I Ib. B9c
da, this 31st day of May, 1966. the Wildlife Refuge on Highway Voting for the motion Mr. Strickland, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod- .
(Official Seal) 98 Saturday 28. If found denberry.

/Moody Pearce contact Sheri W. R. Taff, Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded by Mr. Posey, that the bills $1
Moody Pearce Crawfordvllle. ROAST
TERRY HARRIS Court be paid as presented. CHUCK LB .
Clerk Circuit Voting for the motions Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. Posey and Mr.
e Wakulla County, FloridaJ. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITYwith Strickland.

House Wiring aAppliance H. HudsonP. growing Tallahassee Instructional Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded by Mr. Posey that the board CUBE STEAK . lb. 99e
Repair O. Box 66Crawfordvllle concern. We are adjourn. ,

Fla. big enough to pay top wages and Voting for the motions Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. Posey and Mr. '
Also Electric Blankets Attorney for Plaintiff. small enough to give you a Strickland.S. (IMIRE( (ANE SYRUP % gal] .89c
4t62,9,16,23.FOR friendly place to work. Seethe _.. n. ,
final results of your efforts in E. Roddenberry, William E. Whaley,
Route 1. BOX 34 building quality mobile homes. Chairman Superintendent Bama SANDtfICH 1 SPtfeAlV P t., 21
Sopchoppy Florida Top Wages, benefits. You may
Phone i to-22542 RENTs 2 bedroom furnished qualify for employment at Vin-
house Wakulla Gardens dale Corp. Apply in person at .. American Ace TEA Vi lb. WITH m.ASS49c

$50.00 monthly. Phone WA6- Vindale in Tallahassee at Dale

time.Sell Knapp Earn $25 Shoe to $150 part a or weekon full 7721. Mabry fice. Open Field week employment days from 2 of-:00 R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME BLUE CHEER Giant./ Size; 75c

high commission and bonus. P.M. to 6:00 P.M. Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director

Steady year-round business. OR SALE 3 bedroom brick Aunt Jemina GRITS I Ib 2 fog 19t
Equipment furnished free. house. Air conditioning and Phone 697-3366 :
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Y.1ClUl" C. Sapp Funeral services forEley Jackson Funeral
Langston, 92, who died Sat- services for Robert R.
kar Another of our beloved Fold I Charles W. Tully, F 1/C, US- urday at Tallahassee Memorial Ready were held at 3:30 P.M.
timers" was laid to rest Tues- I N, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hospital were held Monday at Church.Sunoay at The the First Baptist EVERYOK
i day afternoon. "Uncle" Ely Tully of Medart, departed Nor- 2:30 P.Me at the Mount Don well and Rev. S. A. Cox-
Langston of Smith Creek was a I folk, Va., on June 1st aboard Missionary Baptist Church. Burly officiated.Elder Emmett Whaley
highly respected and fine Christ- the destroyer, USS Beale DD- 1 was at Smith Creek. the Crawfordville Burial followed In

ian gentleman raised a very 471, for a 7-month tour of dutyon Langston'was a native of Smith WithJ.A.Culleyanddu- USED CAR !
fine family. Mr. Langston was the South China Seas. Creek for 92 years. He was a eral Home of
one of the ploneerbeekeepers of ,I member of the Mount Eton Missionary charge of Tallahassee in BACKED BYALFORDS
Wakulla County and lived to be I Mr. Kit Tucker from Hawaii Baptist Church and serv- 66
92 years of age in lastyean he I arrived last Friday to visit his ed as the clerk for many years. TR"dy Memorial died Friday at
did most of his own housekeeping parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Survivors include three sons, Survivors include Hospital..
and was a happy and cheerful Tucker and other relatives. Amos of Sopchoppy, Gilbert of Mrs. Iris W. Ready his widow,
Gainesville and Alton of Tallahassee ; dau-
ghters, Miss Barbara 42 YEARS
His obituary will be found else- Mrs Bill Merryman and daughter ; two daughters, Mrs. Eva Ready, Miss Juanita Ann
where in this Issue Debbie, from Nashville, Haynes of Tallahassee and Mrs. and Miss Theresa Ann Ready, OF SERVICE
Tenn., left Monday after a Mamie Revell of Bristol; and all of Crawfordville ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown at- week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. one sister, Mrs. tills Maxwellof ters, Miss Ollie C. ; three sis-
I tendedthe funeral of Mrs. Olive Ready and LOT i
Fred Tallahassee thirteen grandchildren -
Keightley. ; Mrs. Mattie R. Carter, both of m M Adams Fb 2243111
Haskins of East Point last Wed- and twelve great-
i I nesday. grandchildren.The Jacksonville R. Haw ,of and Mrs. Ethel 1965 Chevrolet $1995
: The Rev. Luther Stokes from II Tallahassee
The Brown fa mill of East ; a
II J. A. Culley and Sons Balair 4 door Vt with radio
Point visited the Brown and I Asbury College, Asbury, Ken- Funeral Home of Tallahasseewas stepdaughter, Mrs. Larry Hals- heater automatic tranimlnlonclem ,
Harms family Sunday afternoon. tucky, was a visitor in the county tead, Bainbridge; a brother, one owner car.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kllbourn I'I Sunday and Monday. He attended in charge of arrangements. Fred B. Hodges, Donalsonville; 1965 Elcamino $1895

We have prepared several drafts of Panama City and Miss Terrysa Baccalaureate services two listen, Mrs. A. L. Hay, lion( cylinder, radio, htater standard tranimla-
Crawfordville 'PANACEA Donalsonville and Mrs. M. M.
Kilboumof Tallahassee Sunday night at j BAPTIST 1964
to spent II Chevrolet. $1495
express our gratitude to the thousandsof School. I I Fender, Greenwood Fla., 12
weekend with ,
Mis. Annie
who voted and PROGRAM MONDAY NIGHT VS 4 door Belalr Sedan, radio,
you worked for me in the recent Harms. grandchildren; three great heater automatic tranamlailon,
Campaign, but our attempts have been feeble and i Kenny McFadden from Bowling : A New Life and Work Curriculum grandchildren and a stepgrand- clean one owner
even this gesture we'are afraid will We welcome back the Rev. Green, Kentucky, is visiting which is to be put into effect child. 64 Volkswagen $1195
not expressour Jesse Baker and family. The Greg Keightley. during the last quarter of this 2 door, radio heater. one owner.
deep sincere appreciation. Methodist Florida Conference assigned Mr. and Mrs Tucker year in Baptist Churches throughout 1963 FORD $1095
them here for another Aubrey this area will be explained Fairlan SCO VI with automatic
In our everyday work-a-day world, time and from Baltimore, Maryland, are GOOD WOODLANDS GRAZINGGood tranimlislon radio and heater
year. Mrs. Baker's parents returned Monday (June 13)) at 7:30 P.M.,
circumstances limit us in to know visiting his mother, Mrs. M. L. 1962 Corvair $595
getting as many Rev.
to their home in Missi- by Leroy Curry, Pastor of
people as we would like to.. So you might realize ssippi, Monday morning. the Tucker, and. other relatives in the First Baptist Church of Mon- native grasses can be alandowner's wall Coupe Urea with and radio clean, heater while

what a wonderful opportunity it has been for us county.Mr. ticello, to representatives the best friend. This is 1961 Valiant .... $295
to meet and talk with in the Mr. and Mrs. Nell Kit re 11 Baptist Churches Wakulla and becoming more evident 4 door with
so many people 24 and Mrs. Henry Smith returned throughout the Wakulla Soil and radio heater and
spent the weekend in Bonifay, Franklin counties at a confer- standard tranamiislon
[ district.
county home from Atlanta Sunday
Florida and attended the wed- ence in the Panacea First Baptist Water Conservation District 1960 Dodge $545Coupe
where visited their
ding of Mrs. Kltrell's sister. they since we can offer technical assistance ,
Having devoted my adult years to business endeavors daughter and family, Mr. and Church. to landowners in managing I 1959 Chegvrolet $695
I was empressed during the Mts. Fred Carlan. Their grandson The new system will corelate their .
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp spent "the of the Women's native forage resources Impala 4 door V8 Hardtop with
campaign with the mulitude of opportunities Sunday visiting Mrs. Sapp's son, Cary, returned with them programs Our Soil Conservation radio heater automatic trana
this Terry Land and family in Pan- for a visit. Missionary Union, Sunday Service technicians furnish million and new u,.
area offers. I hope to be arle to con School, Training Union and can
ama City. Terry, who Is in theAccounting technical assistance in # f
tinue with of Morro
working you on some these. Department with International Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Posey and and is the first basic plans of conservation 1414 S. Pb 322 MM
major change in teaching since
Paper Company, children spent weekend with where the use of native forages 1963
Pauline and I wish you our best! We hope that Panama City, told of Mrs. Sam- Mrs. Posey's parents, Mr. and 1845. play a vital role in the overall door VS $1095
the year -' ..H bring improved school systems my Roddenberry beginning workin Mrs. I. W. Coker in Whigham, gates Host from Pastor two to the visiting,4ple-! forage program. The plans for with atlck ihllt and1963rVolks.

( increased industrial development, safer and bet- the I.B.M. Department, also Georgia Rev. A. V. Picker, pastor of proper woodland grazing include . $995BUS
[ter highway, a fairer portion of the retail dolt with International Paper Com- the local: Baptist Church. proper uses of native grasses, Big Bl. Buy
liar to our farm families and fishermen, and that pany. Mrs. Roddenberry is the Mr. and Mrs. Buck Miller have deferred grazing, brush control, : 1964 FORD $1295
former Louise Edwards. Her hus- as their guests Mrs. Miller's firebreaks, and controlledbum- VI standard tnnimliilon 4
(something is done to stop this ever quickening band, Sammy, is connectedwith parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold 22 WAKULLA STUDENTSIN ing. door sedan
(inflation the State Road Departmentin Reynolds from St. Petersburg. FLORIDA STATE Identification of the more desirable -' 1963 FORD $995
'I 4 door V8 sedan with automatic
City. native grasses is only the transmission, radio and better.
Again we thank for letting us Tallahassee, May 26 -Wakulla beginning phase of assistance to f I 1961 J Chevrolet $ )95
you participatein Mr. and Mrs. Gene Beasley of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carpenter, I County contributed 22 of the a landowner with livestock'
the democratic process. We hope to see you all Attalpugus, Georgia, visited his from Ft. Worth, Texas, were 13,200 students who enrolled in The landowners soon discover 4 and door automatic Station Wagon trammiailon VS heater

(again real 'soon uncle, John and Helen Beasley, guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Florida State University for the that "all grass is not wiregrass". 1964 Pick Up $1294
the weekend. The Beas- Gibbs the first of the week.
over academicyear 1965-66, the office The growth habits, value and Ford 6 cylinder low mileage
I Thank you most of all my fellow Floridians for leys are teachers in the Attal- of Institutional Researchand management of the more im truck radio and heater

your work, sacrifices, laughter and tears sc that pugus School. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Barrow Service reported today. portant native grasses becomean 1958 Dump Truck $895
last weekend in Panama 2 apeed :2 ton VI Ford.
spent The lOcountieswith the great- important item to the grassconscious I
may live. SCHOOL BOARD TO CONDUCT City visiting Mr. Ted White. est number of students were landowner. His knowledge BOTH LOTS OPEN TILL I.00 P.]t
SUMMER REMEDIAL Leon, 2,046; Dade, 1430, Du- that a cow is a selective FOB YOUR CONVENIENCE:

Sincerely, PROGRAMThe val, 915; Pinellas, 698; Bro- grazer soon becomes very apparent Famous OK Quality
School Board is planningto ward, 581; Orange, 450; lulls- when he observes that his
Cecil" A. i Pauline Kennedy conduct a six-weeks remed- CARD OF THANKSWe borough, 439; Palm Beach, 367; better grasses are always selected 1 Year G-W Warranty
ial program this summer. The Escambia, 344; and Polk, 291. first. It soon becomes a pLONG TRADES-
program will begin on June 20, would like to take this opportunity Of the 13,200 students enroll- parent that proper woodland EASY TERMS
and close August 1. It is aimedat to publicly thank those ing September, 10,57Swere grazing is not always "bum and
I I It helping those youngsters who friends and relatives who were so from Florida. There were 2- graze" but one of correlating the
need remedial work in one or kind to us during our recent sor- I 459 from other states, 24 fromU. timely and seasonal use of native ALFORDCHEVROLET
more subject areas, and will be row. S. possessions, and 142 from forage with good improved
limited to grades 1 through 6. Your expressions of thoughtfulness fuse gn countries pastures and animal husbandry. CO.
The Board plans to hold classesin meant more than we can foreign countries.
t each of the 5 schools. They say.We I YOU ARE BETTER OFF BY rAtt
for Cod'srichest I W AN AU-ORO CAL
bus pray
plan to run a to Crawford-
vine, Shadeville, and Sopchop- blessings for all of you.

py. These busses will travel only Sincerely,
on the main highways, thereforeitwillbenecesary The family of Mrs.
for Tom Harrell
children to meet the bus at the

highway.It I FEDERALannounces
is expected that class will LEON
begin at 8:IS and close at 11:45.
L\D1cheswill not be served; how-
ever, refreshments will be avail-
able at mid-morning break.
-- eK.lea4AN.66 Mr. Whaley, Superintendent of am dividends 1
Public Instruction, suggests that .

you cific contact instructions the schools concerning for spe- HI lesslttaSend INCREASE IN DIVIDENDS

registration for the summer session _

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? For,, 79 Jack LEGION Richardson POSITION, 2nd/ District A NEW DIVIDEND I I RATES

Commander of the Florida Am-
Commander of the Florida American -
A TIMELY LOAN Legion Monday named W.
S. Schley, Wakulla County Civil
Defense Director Panacea,
chairman of the Civil Defense cp1v

CAN PUT YOU ON Committee the Florida of the American Second Legion.Districtof II -

Director Schley during the past
three years has completed courses
SUCCESS STREET! In chemical, bacteriological,
radiological and CCS perception
defense at the U. S. Army
Chemical School at Ft. McClel-

'Know of lan, Ala., a Radiological Instructors savings to
a good deal comingup Course and Shelter Management -

should take Instructor: Course from
you advantage of? Florida State Extension Course in

Let us help you 'strike while theiron's Civil Defense plus courses by the
LEONFederal I
American Academy of Ortho-
hot. Let us negotiate a loan, paedic Surgeons, Miami, Fla.,
on the advanced emergency care
tailored to your needs. Interest and transportation of the sick and

rates are low. And injured; plus a course In Rural
the stakes are Fire Fighting of the Florida For-

highl I Ik est Service. Schley is a memberof _
both the 40 G 8 American: 'v

Legion, being post commander TAUAHASSEEbyJuWlOth
One of our proudest "pro- twice of the Jake Pigott Mem- __

ducts" is service to enterprising orail- Post 114 of Wakulla County >VI AN* AMOUNT a

business The Second District of the American -
men. Make finan r a a il
us your Legion of Florida Includes 1s

cial partner! Leon, Jackson, Wakulla, Liberty
Franklin and Gulf Counties. s / I rt




The Crawfordville Chapter, and loan Association LEON
No. 242, Order of the Eastern FEDERAL 1 SAVINGS

Star, will have a fish fry on 1 CONVENIENT omen
June 11 at the new Masonic
STATE BANK Temple in Crawfordville.It 111 South" Monroe AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

will start at 600P.M. and Faritwoy ShoppinGnlw

the for children.price is $1 foradults and SOot 1704-W. TwnwswTAllAHAJSII HOME OfflCfe 5 111 S.uth MnrV ftl KWAY IMNCH; f-rkwiy Slirng fntr

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