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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 30, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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CRAWFORDVll.LE, FLORIDA THURSDAY JUNE 30, 1966 :.3Z32!
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.. CRAWFORDVILLE METHODIST TO .. .< ......." ...........-....,. .*,'.o J.,..
CELEBRATE 100TH YEAROn ,,,"{" ... '-''.. .''(' ,-';V',. : ).'i"j... ... : WAKULLA COUNTY'S PLAYGROUNDSpend
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W ,. ;.: a safe and sane 4th of July is the statement being
July 7, 1866 a site was purchased Crawfordvllle ":),?-' Jif' / .." made by all who through their work reach mass citizens
for a Methodist Church. The original location was southof throughout the country this week.
the junction of U.S. Highway 319 and State Road 369, on The traffic death toll being anticipated over the holiday
the west side. A + weekend causes many to wonder what can be done. .

The church building was destroyed by fire in 1907. A The Panacea Chamber of I

new church building was built near the present church site If Commerce will hold their ANN MOORE HONORED AT .

and was used until 1951 when the present church buildingwas .'. /'... ,. Annual July 4th Fish Fry Sat- ST. MARKS LUNCHEON
erected.A ,/ .rfEAtKwE l'> souveaas ,awes urday in panacea. Officialsof
parsonage was built to' NOTES OFF THE CUFFthe both the Chamber earnestly Miss Ann Moore, bride e-

south of the present BY Keith' Let invite all of the people in lect of Jack Henderson was
church in 1875 and served foi'', Wakulla and the surrounding feted with a bridesmaids
many years as the center of, The writer this week Is wf counties to attend. luncheon Saturday June 25 In
the circuit. The preacherwas publisher, editor, office- } They urge that you spendthe St. Marks.
in charge of large cir boy( Janitor and circulation. day or weekend on the Hostesses for the event I
cuit including all of the Meth- manager, my ELW (ever- coast where you can enjoy were Mrs. Emmett Purvis
odist work in Wakulla Coun- lovin wife) is visiting In family entertainment at a and her daughter Mrs. Jim
Ohio, Kentucky and Ten- nominal cost. Matthews of Tallahassee. A
ty.In commemoration of this nessee, any mistakes in this For the family one finds green and yellow color
long history the Crawford- issue are not purely coincidental fishing both fresh and salt scheme was carried out in'
vllle Methodist Church will ... The big thing going water, bathing at several the decorations. The lunch-
observe a Centennial Pro- this weekend is the long 9 beaches in the area. Just eon table was centered with a

gram on Sunday,July 10,with holiday that will be enjoyec plain looking at the Old Fortin eon. table was centered withan
Sunday School at 9:30: A.M. by untold numbers as the) St.Marks,St.Mark?light arrangement of white
Preaching service will follow Jump into their cars and hit house and wllfllfe refuge out gladioli, pompoms, and
at 11:00 A.M. The Rev. the road to see America from Newport, Minature golfat carnations centered with a

Luther R. Stokes former first, and we would like tc Wallets gift and souvenirs on U.S. 98 in Panacea it celebrating their first anniversary this the Aloha In Panacea, bride and groom.
pastor will be the guest add see America Thirst ii. weekend. The public Is Invited for free soft drinks and to register for door prizes. At Wallers Bridge fishing on the Walker Special guests In addition .
speaker. Dinner on the other words if you drink.don't you will find a complete line of gifts, candles and novelties, an added service recently installed Bridge over the Ochloknee to the wedding attendantswere
grounds will follow at 1230. drive if you drive.don't is Pure Oil Products for your car. River, pier fishing at Trade- Mrs. J. K. Moore and''
i A period of fellowship in drink ... We here in winds party boat fishing a- Mrs. Rebecca Hunter, mo-
singing will begin at 1-45 Wakulla County when one board the Kitty-Ann out of ther and grandmother of the
P.M. stops to take a perspectivelook COUNTY AGENT'S CORNERBY WALLER'S GIFT SHOP Tradewlnds, Charter boats bride-to-be.
THOMAS W. BEASLEY
In commemoration of this have a lot to offer the Owego and Spero. A silver cake knife was
historic occasion plates with folks if they want to spendan Thomas W. Beasley 73- E. R. Wheat OPEN ONE YEAROne For the nature lovers a presented to the honoree by
the picture of the church on enjoyable time In inexpen. year-old resident of Sop- year ago In panacea visit to Wakulla Springs Isa the hostesses.The .
the front are being sold by save entertainment... Fish- choppy, died at his home JULY GARDEN TIPS grading and construction was relaxing enjoyment at one bride-elect's gifts to
the Woman'sSociety.'Where ing, bathing, sight-seeing Thursday morning, June 16, July is the month when started for a business thats of the worlds largest springs.For her attendants were pearl
Cross the Crowded Ways', < good food restful atmos- following a short Illness. most of your garden activ- < celebrating Its first anniversary complete relaxation a necklaces to be. worn In the
history of the church,will also phere ... With all of the unrest Beasley was a native oC ities are slowing down. Intense this weekend. visit to Shell Point Beach affords wedding.

be available for your pur. in our country today Ariton, Ala. and had lived in sun, hot days and high Waller's Gift and Souvenirs swimming picnicing,
chase. Members ofMYF will the above mentioned things Sopchoppy since 1936. He humidity prevail yet weeds was opened by Mr. and fishing, and the best In dining -
be selling these. would do much to relievethe was a retired railroad sec- and insects must Decontrolled Mrs. M. B. Waller who at the new Shell Point SOPCHOPPY NEWSBY
Many former pastors and tension ... In the wordsof tion foreman and served for and lawns mowed. A very came to the county from Albany Beach Restaurant.
members and friends of the Beatty Taff, where could many years as secretary of light application of fertilizer Georgia. Take advantage of boat Louise C. SappA
church have been invited. you find a better place to the Brotherhood of Maintenance on shrubs and annuals will be Having visited the area launching ramps at Newport,
The public is cordially Invited relax than at beautiful Shell of W ay Employees of the of benefit but remember to and liking what they saw St. Marks Shell Point, beautiful day while relatives -
to attend any or all of Point Beach, there you can bea Seaboard Airline Railroad.He water all plants well after they decided that they wouldgo Spring Creek Trade Winds and friends enjoyed
these activities. beachcomber, picnicker was a member the Sop fertilization. Into business here. and the Bridge. There are very much the celebrationof
Mrs. Sara Smith is General tourist, fisherman, or Just choppy First Methodist Cut blossoms from all annuals Waller's carries a com- also many fresh water former Mayor J. M. Ro-
chairman of this observ- plain citizlrf ... To those of Church. as soon as they fade to plete line of gifts, Florida streams and lakes for the berts' 80th birthday gatheredto
ance. The Rev. Jesse L. Baker you who have not seen or Funeral services were keep the plants in productionas souvenirs, candies, greeting boating enthusiast.For the picnic grounds of Otter -
is the present pastor noticed there is now a rol- conducted at 3 P.M. Sunday long as possible. cards, and beach supplies. the readers who will Lake. All ten of his
ler skating rink in C'ville from the First Baptist Day lilies that are crowded They Installed fountain be enjoying a long weekendthis children were present with
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT between Rehwinkel's store Church with the Rev. O.G. should now be lifted divided service where their trade In newspaper urges you to their families and full bas-
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee and Tully's. .. We are wait- Hall and the Rev. Emmett into single fans and replantedin milk shakes and banana drive carefully. Wakulla kets of food. Mrs. Veree
Roberts (Beverly Tully) announce ing to see if some of the Whaley officiating. Burial enriched beds.Harvesting splits has grown over the county invites you to spenda Dwyer, Mr. and Mrs. Con-
the arrival of a baby, older citizens try their luck followed in the Arran Ceme- and pest con- year. restful, enjoyable visit In nelly (Mabel), Herman Roberts
girl Leanne at Tallahassee on the boards, it is said that tery under direction of J.A. trol are the chief activities of Mr. and Mrs. Waller wishto our surroundings for a dayor Wayne Roberts and
Memorial Hospital on June the floor sure can get real Culley Funeral Home. vegetable gardens this month take this opportunity to days. Herbert Roberts, all of Tal-
16, weighing 7 pounds and 4 hard If one of your feet slip. Beasley Is survived by his but remember -- STOP -- thank the citizens of the lahassee, Highway Patrol-
ounces. Think maybe 111 offer prize widow Mrs. Clarise P. Beas- READ THE LABEL and follow county for their patronage REFUNDS MAY BE man Lawrence Roberts of
for figure-skating, open onlyto ley, Sopchoppy. four sons, directions before using during the past year and Invite Lake City, Mr and Mrs.
men above 50 years of age James F. Beasley Jackson- any pesticide.If you to come by duringthe OBTAINED ON Anderson (Ruby)) with their
CRAWFORDVIllE PERSONALS who don't know how to skate ville, Charles L. Beasley, you have chrysanth- observance of their an- 'GOLDEN PASSPORT' five grandchildren of Thom-

Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey that ought to be Interesting. Sopchoppy, Thomas L. Beas- emums, pinching back will niversary.The People who bought the asvllle, Georgia, Harold
Many of you have heard of and Hudson, a stepson of Texas
ley, Tallahassee, and Robert produce branching more seven-dollar 'Golden pass- ,
Shuster left Saturday mornin -
skating teams those who car Beasley, U.S.Navy Seattle! bloom this fall.Do not pinch home of Mrs. Blye port' annual recreation per- berts and sister-in-law,
their home in Alliance
for
do the tango or waltz tc Wash., three daughters back after July 15, or the Vickers In Tallahassee was mit for use at Corps of Engineers Mrs. Thomas Roberts of
Ohio. They will return music, G. W. Tully and myself Mrs. Vessle Whetstone.Tallahassee plants will fail to set blooms. the setting of a miscellaneous reservoirs pre- Sopchoppy, Mr. and Mrs.
in the fall. are thinking of formln shower given in honorof Hayward
and
[ .Mrs. Jewell Davidson viously designated as fees Ragan granddaughter -
a team, we plan to do our Ozark, Ala., and Mrs. Mrs. H. B.: Haskett, Jr., areas may turn them In for and two children of
Fred and
Mrs. Keightley LOCAL CORPORATION
practicing behind closed Beatrice Geiger, Arcadia, Saturday evening of June 25. refund at the office where Thomasvllle, Georgia; nephews -
son, Gregory, left Saturdayto doors in his garage ... Reports Miss Beas- FORMED HERESecretary Honored guests were the and lcices, Mack
one sister Lucy purchased, according to an
spend a week visiting relative are that business is honoree's mother, Mrs. H. Langston, Bainbridge,Geor'
Ala. 15
ley Ozark, ; grandchildren announcement made by Col.
in Cincinnati and picking up along our coastal and three great- of State Tom B. Barwick and her grand- onel R. C. Marshall U.S. gia, Mr. and Mrs. Keith
Kentucky and Tennessee.Mr. area.. Don't forget there grand-children. Adams today announced the mother, Mrs. Oliver Tucker. Army Engineer at Mobile. hodge, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew -
are two Fish Frys in the chartering of the following Hostesses were Mrs. Requests for refunds mus: Grant, Mrs. Elsie
and Mrs.Robert Stone county Saturday, one in Panacea corporation: Jlye Vickers and Mrs. Bob- be made not later than June Sholtz and Mrs. Inez Yent,
and children returned to and one in St. Marks.We C'VILLE WOMAN'S CLUB Wakulla County Public by Roberts. The honoree received 30. all of Tallahassee; Mrs. Al-
their home in Knoxville urge all members of TO MEET TUESDAYMrs. Health Advisory Council, many useful and beau- Refunds to purchasers ol myra Mathis and children
Term., after spending two the Wakulla C of C, Pana- inc., NP 11,059. c/o AnitaS. tiful gifts the annual permit have been City Police jClaxton Vause,
weeks in crawfordville. cea C of C, Sopchoppy Lions Fred Keightley.pre Townsend Post Office Box authorized because of a recent -, Jr., and children, and Plea-'
Club, and all other sident of the Crawfordvllle 335 Crawfordvllle Florida Mrs. John Beasley has
organi- returned change in criteria for ant G. Vause, all of Sop
Mrs. G. W. Tully returned Womans Club announced that 32327 Wakulla County). Filed -
zations to tell all of your ( to her home after a the Land and choppy; Mrs. Roberts' relatives
home Friday after spendingsome friends about our county and the regular meeting of the June 17, 1966 by A. L. visit with the Terry Land Water Implementing Conservation Fund (three brothers), R.
time in Tallahassee, how much fun they could have club will be held Tuesday Porter Esquire post Office family of Panama city to Act of 1965. Colonel Mar- C. Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs.
with her daughter and family here night, July 5, at 8:00 p.m. Crawfordvllle Florida.
on the long weekend. Box Alexandria City, Alabama, shall explained that under the B. F. Harrison and daughter -
and Mr.s. Walter All members are urged to I'I skilled
Mr. Drive defensively anc purpose: To provide where they visited Mrs. new criteria entrance fees and Miss Rachel Law-
Roberts and Infant daughter. don't become a statistic this attend as important plans nursing care. Subscribers; Land's parents, Mr. and will not be required at any rence, all of Marianna, Florida -
weekend.We will be discussed for the ensuing Patrick H.Smith Post Office Mrs. Earl Taunton. Corps of Engineers recreat- ; George Lawrence and

year. Box 128, Anita S. Townsend, ion areas within the Mobile Dock Lawrence of Grand
Miss Demark Trawick of are happy to know Mrs. Post Office Box 335 George Mrs. LouiseSappandMrs. District. Reservoirs within Ridge, Florida; Mrs. Arthur
Iron City, Ga., and her neice Ruby McKenzie is able to Mrs. Helen Michell and Young Route 2, Box 173, all John A. (Gus) Simmons whoIs District where entrance feet Graves and one child of Lake
Miss Glenna Godby of Brin- return to work at the Talla- two children from East of Crawfordvllle Florida. a patient in the Tallahassee would have been required under City; Mr. and Mrs. John
son were guests of Mrs. J.K. hassee Memorial Hospital, Northport L. I., arrived Memorial Hospital,Sun the old criteria includethe Lawrence of Tallahassee.A .
Moore Saturday. They attended after taking: a leave of absence Tuesday for a visit with her and family day afternoon. Other patients Warrior, Demopolls, and host of friends, including
the bridesmaid lunch- for five weeks and undergoing parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben and Emory Mrs. Mattie Green Metcalf of from'Sopchoppy are Mr. Al- Jackson reservoirs on the Pastor O. G. Hall and School

eon given for Miss Ann Roddenberry. Mr. 'Bert Is Sunday lard McKenzie and Mr. Black Warrior-Tombigbee Principal and Mrs. G. B.

Moore In St. Marks. Miss surgery. known for raising extra good with Tallahassee their mother spen-, Mrs. Elsie Steve Stevens.Mr. Waterway, Lake Lanier (behind tfonner, along with many o-
Oodby will bea bridesmaid The 'Ole Swimming Hole'In melons, the Congo and Gray Roddenberry. the Buford Dam) and ther friends, which their
her cousin's wedding on Sealey Crum and Mr. presence was
in the Sopchoppy River watermelons will be on the Lake Allatoona in the vicin- appreciated
Tuly 9.Mr. cross from the Methodist a- market this week his canta Mr. and Mrs. Douglas ROgers Hardie Revell have returned ity of Atlanta the WalterF. and enjoyed very much. Latest -
Church Is a lively these loupe crop was curtailed because and children of home after attending the fun George and Columbia reservoirs most greatest, was the
two
spot
and Mrs. Frank Tye eral of their brother, which on the lower Chat beautiful'table spread with
and children spent several summer days. Young peopleare of heavy rain but what Tallahassee spent the week-Mr was held at his hometown In tahoochee River, and Lake such a bounty of food. After -
days last week with herparents enjoying the diving board he had for sale were good. end with her parents, Baxley, Georgia on Thursday Seminole (behind the Jim which Pastor Hall in few
near Blakely Ga. and facilities and Mrs. Walter Harms. afternoon. words explanation of the
there, provided Woodruff Dam) on the APalachicola Joysof
by the Town Council. Ben Isler is confined to River. large families and closed
of Highlanc
This project is among many his home because of illness, Clinton Cox few days Mr. and Mrs. Terry Bar- singing hymns.

"The bluer the bankroll others which the city has but can have visitors. with View his is brother spending pascoCox a wick and daughter, Beth, of "A well-adjuited motorist.
since Pensacola visited his
the rubberband. provided being par- t
tighter
incorp
the
orated. of Smlthcreek ,who is ser- ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. la one who can enjoy the teen-
.ously ill. Barwick, Tuesday. cry while on a detour." )0
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i0LIRT74.Rw11 LEGAL NOTICE US FOREST SERVICEA plans "to offer 73 million
LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL "IIUCf board feet of timber
: THURSDAY JUNE 30, 1*.6WAKULLA LEGAL NOTICES public meeting will beheld during the for Bale
In the Circuit Court of the Second Notice lihercVjr given aifol- at Tallahassee July 15 coming year. A
In the Circuit Court of the Second of the County l arge pan of this
Judicial Circuit of Florida In fee Court lowS to discuss National Forest timber
la nd For Wakulla In Judicial and For Circuit Wakulla of Coun Florida Judge, In and Foe Wakulla nee running feral hogs must Timber sales for the coming will be pulpwood.The .

Count/ In Chancery.No. ty. In Chancery.No. County, Florida. be removed from the really year with all interested meeting Is designed
1371.MUNICIPAL. Estate of i Wildlife Management Area ey to help area timber
IN REa people according to an announcement operators
IN R t Petition of Franklin JOHN A. SANDERS, trapping or capturing with dogswilitn plan for the
by District Ran- Coming
McElnth PRINTING COMPANY of 90 days be-
Moody
Deceased.NOTICE a period year and to keep them
For the Adoption: of INC., a Florida corporation PETITION ginning ,July 1, 1966. Permits ger G. S. Gibbs today. At date on latest up-to-
COUNTY NEWS OF FILING developments
Geneva Strickland, a DISCHARGETo for removing said hogs may be the meeting District Rangersand in National
FOR FINAL 1 Forest
WAlat minor. Plaintiff, obtained from the Panama City Forest Staff Officers Timber
Tdgheee S4301 STATE OF FLORIDA TO vs.CHARLES. All Whom It May Concern: office or Lake City office of the will outline the timber sale date on latest developments

Herbert Strickland SHOAF, Notice is hereby given that I Came and Fresh Water Fish offerings on the National in National Forest Timber
Ralford State Prison Defendant. have filed my final return as Executor Commission upon presentationof Forests in Florida during the Sales. The Interest public
You are hereby notified that a Sanders, Deceased; that Thave applicant's legal claim to own- will discuss new Forest Ser- and times are available from
the Name
of the State of Florida -
petition by the above named iTOi filed my petition for final discharge ership of hogs in the area affect- vice TimberSale proceduresand the District Ranger of the
petitioner, hat been filed for and that I will apply to United States Forest service'
K lVtlr _,.. Mlt rEntrd the of CHARLES SHOAF L. Harper ed.The Came and Fresh Water policies. Gibbs said that
Virginia --:-:: adoption your daughter, 120 West Hiawatha Street the Honorable George in Crawfordville. I
Wakulla will declare the U. S. Forest Service
of
Geneva Strickland.You County Judge Fish Commission II
are hereby required tc Tampa, Florida County, Florida, on August 1, all uncaptured hogs on the Au- I
: at Crawfordvill Florid. file, (personally or by an attorney You are hereby notified that a 1966 for approval of same and cllla Wildlife ManagementAreato
second clue matter Subterip- ), with the Clerk of laid complaint to foreclose a mort- for final discharge as Executorof be wild hogs and to permit .
to rate $3.00 per ytr. Court, your answer or object- gage executed by George R. the Estate of John A. Sanders, their hunting during appropriateopen
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yon __ ions to such adoption, and to Langford and Marian L Lang- deceased seasons and under appropriate FLORIDA X STATE
serve a copy of your answer or ford, his wife, Harold Brown This June 27, 1966. rules and regulations of
objection on George L Harper, and Betty Brown, his wife, and Charles W. Crum said Came and Fresh Water Fish
Attorney at Law P. O. Box Wallace C. Martin and MildredW. .
of Commission.St. fcoDAY
of the Estate THRU: .SAL'Starts
If You Toed 366, Crawfordville, Florida, on Martin, his wife, to Lillian Executor Deceased.
or before July 5, 1965. Herein M. Kirch and assigned to the John A. Sanders Joe Paper CompanyWeaverLoughridge
4t-6/30. 1/7. 14.21. Lumber Wednesday
Office Supplies fail the
not or Judgment by default plaintiff, on following des- I "NEVADA SMI rrf
Office Furniture. will be entered against you. cribed property, to-wlt CompanyBuckeyeCellulose starring
Business Machines Dated at Crawfordville Wa- Lots numbered five ((5) and WISH I'D SAID Corporation MARY POPPINS"with Steve McQueenSuzanne

See or Call kulla County, Florida this Inc ten ((10)) in Block "D" of the : Container Corporation. Pleshette
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day of June, 1966. Town of Crawfordville, Flo- THAT"One
RANEY WHALEY fsMoody PearceClerk rida, as shown by map or JULIE ANDREWS Also
Circuit Court, plat thereof of record on DICK VAN DYKE "
CAPITAL OFFICE Wakulla County, Florida page 572 of Deed Book "C" MJ Neighbors CUE MASTER-

(Official Seal Affixed) C "D" of the public recordsof
EQUIPMENT CO.
George L HarperP. Wakulla County, Florida. of the big troubles to-
O. Box 366CrawfordviUe ALSO, the following personal -
319 South Adam St. Florida property, to-wlti day is there are too many peo- I
to make two and two PIRRY HIGHWAY CAPnOLDRIVE-1N
ple
trying
1 model
Corner E. Pena* ola Attorney Petitioner 8 linotype mach-
4t-6/9.16.23. 30. ine bearing serial number equal six.-Geo.B.Bowra,The OUTDOOR ON W90DYIUE HWY.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 4946lr one 1-xlS Chandlerand Aztec (N. Mex.) Independent- 'I

Price press with Kluge Review. I
NOTICEIN
Today tbru. Saturday
feeder, 1 Pony Mlehle Cy- I 1 Thurs.. Frl.. & sat I'

COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, linder Press, 1 Miller's saw "By the time a man finds THE SKULL '
HENRY WILLIAMS WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA trimmer #3811, 1 Liberty he can't climb MADAME X"INCIDENT
greener pastures,
Folder (#A 7136, 1 addresso-
File No.ESTATE. 117618 1 the fence.-Irv Scheel, The CURSE OF THE
REALTY graph machine # AT
OF JOHNW.FORREST, file cabinet, 1 double type Mabel (Minn.) Record. MUMMY'S TOMB""DRACULA PHANTOM HI11 '

deceased. rack, all type, linotype me- also
Reg. Real Estate BrokerSt. NOTICE OF APPLICATION tal and incidental composing "The most successful inves- PRINCE Wood

FOR DISCHARGE stones, reglets leade, tor is the woman who turns a of DARKNESS'i ;
Marks Fla.
ink and paper; one 26 inch "Okay,I'll take a bath-and .
$3 wedding license into a Christopher Plummer
Phone 141 All persons are hereby notified paper cutter, 1 desk, 1 L. $50,000 divorce certificate." contribute further to the 'PLAGUE OF THEZOMBIES' "INSIDE DAISY
that the undersigned as Admin- C. Smith typewriter one growing water depletion!"
cut off and all other Peggy Huntley, The Murray r.i.nvFR"
saw e-
istratrix c.t.a. of said estate
,
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES
has completed administration quipment and supplies now Hill (N. Y.) News. l

thereof and has filed in said used In the operation of the 1 I _
Associate: court her application for dis- tanks News. Also -- -
I. M. Hatcher Sr. charge. Objections thereto, 2 gas gas heaters,
Phone I* 6-3201 if any, should be duly filed. one window fan, all news-
After filing proof of publication paper files In the office and
showing this notice has been the subscription list to the
DAVE HAMRICK
published once a week for four Wakulla County News.
INSURANCE AGENCY consecutive weeks, the matterof has been filed against you and "GREAT GOINGS ON"AT
distribution of said estate you are required to file your
will come before the court. answer or other pleadings to the

AUTOMOBILE. First Publication On June 23. 1966 complaint with the Clerk of the
BONDS above styled court, and serve a
/>/ Floy F. GaNun copy thereof on the plaintiff's

CASUALTY Ai Administratrix, c.t.a. of attorney Edw. J. Hill, 107
MARINE said estate. Midyette-Moor Building, Tallahassee -
6/23. 30. 7/7.14. Florida, not later than
FIRE the 26 day of July 1966, and ALFORD CHEVROLET CO
WANTED: Man or woman to that if you fall to do so a decree
PHONE 877-3/OS succeed Rawlelgh dealer In pro confesso will be entered against _
Liberty or Franklin County. you for the relief demanded -
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 Over 25 preferred and car In the complaint. Nothing To BuyUf!!! t.% Register Now At

necessary. Can earn $125 This notice shall be published
FLA.
TALLAHASSEE. and up per week from start. once a week for four consecu- Must Be 21 Yrs. Of : New Car Showroom! 11!!
weeks In the Wakulla County 4
FL 220 tive
Write Rawlelgh F
Age Or Older
TERRY HARRISHouse News In Wakulla 15th
1145 Memphis., Term. a newspaper To Through July
County, Florida. Register
Wring 0Appliance DONE and ORDERED atCraw-
\ ENDING ROUTE: Available fordville, Wakulla County, Florida '
Repair in this area.Will establish to this IS day of July 1966. .. Wayfarer Campers OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M.
Also Electric Blankets qualified person. Part time (SEAL)
work. Need own car. Will /Moodv Pearce Available Through for your
net nice Income. Age no obstacle Cleik 0 e circuit; Court K&R Trailer Center

Route 1. Box 34 ; $695 necessary. You Edw. J. HillAtterneyatLaw Tallahassee, Fla. .:.. CONVENIENCEThis
Sopchoppy Flnrtda will be fullv trained bv ua.LOSE .
Phone 10-a642


Refilling-"SPARE and TIME collecting INCOME money A-Diet Wakulla WEIGHT.Tablets.Pharmacy.lOt62. safely.Only withDex-98* at Attorney 4t-6/23.Tallahassee 107 Midyette-Moor for.,711.14.Plaintiff Florida Building Nsw Wayfarer Camper Can Be Yours


from NEW TYPE high quality
coin operated dispensers in this
area. No telling. To qualify FOR RENT 2 be<4room furnished FOR SALE: Roller rink FREE !

you must have car, references, house InWakulla Gardens. skates size 612. Mack's
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I CHURCH DIRECTORY --- CFIURCFI LAKE ELLEN OTTER CREEK RIVER SINK 5oPCNOPPYCONGREGATIONAL

L ? hA-.CwU. Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH HOLINESS CHURCHInactive
1 11 t pare by Sndey ScluNl
10100 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM ( ) NEW UCHT ASSEMBLYOF
Rev. Jess Baker Morxths Worship 11:00AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM GOD CHURCHRev. HOLINESS CHURCH

Cwvfordvllle Methodist Church EveDlng Training Worship Union 7:00 PM Training Union 6:30: PM Gary Cotney, Pastor Rev. Roy Rochester, Pastor .
8:00 Evening 7t30 WAKUUAl'AKULLA
Woman', PM Midweek Prayer PM PANACEA Sunday School 10:00AM Sunday School 10:00 AM
Missionary Morning Worship llsOP .*.MChrist's 11:00 AM
Union 1st Monday Service Wed. 7i30 PM BETHEL: PRIMITIVE Ambassadors Morning Worship \ METHODIST[
Woman' Men'i Brotherhood Young People'sService CHURCH
ARRM Missionary BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sunday 6:30 PM 6:00 PM

Society Friday Dorcas 1st Thursday 7:30 PM Cortex White, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:45 PM Rl\. Roger Stimson, Pastor
Circle'
PENTECOSTAL Men'.1Irot1terhood -
I TOWER Midweek Mr. Crosby, Church and
3rd 2nd Sunday School Prayer Midweek Prayer Lyon
CHURCH Thursday 7:30 PM
HOLINESS Tuesday 7l30 PM : Every Sunday 10:00 AM2nd Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Service (Tues.) 7:45 PM Community WOl'kerfor Wakulla

Rev. Noah Connell, Pastor The following held at 3:15: PM Weekend Woman's Auxiliary Wed. County. S

Sunday School ft DO AM Royal Ambassadors MtMRTFRIENDSHIP Sat. Eve. Worship; Jt30 PM West Florida CongregationalHoliness Sunday School 930 AM
Morning Worship 'OOAM Every Monday C Tuesday Sun. Mom. Worship 11OOAM SPRING CREEK Campground Morning Worship 1chOOAM
Girls _
Young People's Service 6:00 PM A lIXiliary PRIMITIVE Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM June 8 22, 1966
Evening Worship 7:00 PM Every Tuesday G Wednesday BAPTIST CHURCHRev. 4th Weekend: SHADY SEA BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
Midweek Prayer 7:30 PM Sunbeams Sat. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Earl Pearce, Pastor
Every Monday C Emmett Whaley, Pastor Sun. Mom.Worship H:00 AMI ZION HILLMETHODIST
Service (Wed.) Tuesday Sunday School 10:00 AM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
2nd Sunday I I Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM CHURCHRev.
11:00 AM
Service Fri.) 7:30 PM Morning Worship O. C. Hall, Pastor
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Prayer ( Evening Worship 7:30 PM 10:00 AM W. L. Prater, Pastor
CRAVfORDVnil 1 CURTIS MILLS 4th Weekend: I Midweek Prayer Sunday School
Mom. Morning Worship 11:00 AM 2nd I G; 4th Sundays
11:00AM 7:30 PM
Wed.
Worship Service ( )
CONGREGATIONAL Union 7:00 PM 9:30AMi,
Training Morning Worship
PRIMITIVE Sat.
BEULAH Evening Worship 7:30 PM
CURTIS MILLS COMMUNITY CHURCHRev. 8:00 PM
HOLINESS Evening Worship
BAPTIST CHURCHRev. CHURCH (Holiness) Sunday School 10:00 AM
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Steve Hanell, Pastor SPRING CREEK PRIMITIVE Midweek Prayer
Emmett Whaley, Pastort Herbert Thompson, Teacher Service (Wed.) 8:00 PMWoman's
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
Sunday: Sunday School 10OOAM Midweek Missionary SocietyEvey rtes ae.nut e7 Motrnae4.YMLsw.
Prayer 11:00 AM
Morning Worship W. W. McAllister, Pastor Other W d. 3:00 PM _
)
(
unday School 10:00 AM Evening Worship 7:00 PM Service Tuesday 7:30 PM Young People'sService School 10:00 AM Sunbeams '
Sunday -
Worship 11:00 AM Prayer Service Ladies Prayer 6s 15 PM
taming
Sunday 11:00 AM 2nd & 4th 3:15 PM
Worship Tuesday
Morning
7:30 PMd C 7:30 PM 10:00 AM
vening Worship Wednesday Friday : ServiceWednesday : Evangelistic Service Evening Worship 7:30 PM

: Weekend: Sunday 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer .

it. Morn..Worship l1:00AM MEDART ASSEMBLY Midweek Prayer Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM MT. BEASON PRIMITIVE ..
'vim
mday School 10:00 AM "VANIVAN I OF COD CHURCHRev. Service (Wed.) 7:30: PM BAPTIST CHURCHRev. ri r.-
11:00 AM
Worship
lorning/ening Worship 7:30 PM E. M. Carter, Pastor ST. MARKS Cortez White, Pastor W' q

ASSEMBLY OF Sunday School 10:00 AM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. 1st Weekend:
COD CHURCHRev. Sat. Morn. Wor. 11:00 AM
Morning Worship 11:00 AM A. V. Pickern, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
Henry Cooksey, Pastor 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM
RAWFORDVILLE METHODIST Evening Worship 10:00 AM Pastor
Sunday School Fred Harrison, 11:00 AM
CHURCHRev. Sunday School 10:00 AM Midweek Prayer Morning Worship 11:00 AM School 10:00 AM Morning Worship worldnews
Sunday 3rd Sunday;
Jesse L. Baker, Pastort Evening Morning Worship Worship 11:00: AM Christ's Service Ambassadors- Wed. 7:30 PM Training Union 6:00 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School; 10:00 AM
Evening Worship 7:00 PM Union 6:30 PM 11:00 AM
L i 3rd Sundays Winter 7:00 PM Saturday 7:30 PM Training Morning Worship
School 10:00 AM Summer Midweek Prayer Evening Worship 7:30 PM
unday 7:30 PM
7:30 PM
Service Wed.)
(
Midweek
11:00 AM Midweek Prayer
Worship
Corning Prayer
7130 PM OTTER Woman's Missionary Union Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM SOPCHOPPY CHURCHOF in
vening Worship Service (Wed.) 7:30: PM CREEK Thurs. after 1st Sun. 10:00 AM CHRIST

nd E I 4th Sunday Boy Scouts (Fri.) 6:00 PM
lorning Worship 9:30 AM NEW HOME PRIMITIVE Floyd McCullough, Minister'
MARKS METHODIST
unday School 10:30 AM WMDDCN LAKE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCHRev. ST. CHURCH Bible Study 10:00AM focus

Udwcek Prayer BAPTIST CHURCHRev. W. W. McAllister, Pastor BAPTIST Morning Worship 11:00: AM

Service (Wed.) 7:30: PM Emmett Whaley, Pastor Sunday School Rev. George Dickey, Pastor (Inactive) Evening Worship 7:30: PM
PM
7:30
Bible Study (Wed. ) :
fethodist Youth Fellowshipvery 2nd Weekend: Every Sunday 9:45 AM Suaday School 10:00 AM ---------
Sunday Evening 6:30: PM Sat. Evening Worship 7:30 PM 1st Sunday: Morning Worship 11:00 AM SMITH CREEK The Chrittlon Science MonitorOn.
'Oman's Society of Christian Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Morning worship 11:00 AM Training Union 7:00 PM SOPCHOPPY METHODIST Norway St.,Batten,MOM.02115PIMM I
ervice- 3rd Tues. 3:30: PM 3rd Sunday: Evening Worship 8:00 PM MT. ELON BAPTIST CHURCHRev. CHURCHRev.

len's Club-3rd Tues. 7:30: PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer William Flury, Pastor Jesse L. Raker, Pastor enter my tutacrlotion to th
Guild Service 7:30: PM Monitor for the period cracked b -
'cslcyan Service 8:00- PM Sunday School 9:50 AM 1st C 3rd Sunday: lo,. I ItnctOMl ..__... US.. FundilQ )
th Thursday : Morning Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 9:30 AM
Training Union 6:00 PM Sunday School 10:30 AM I YEAR J24 Q 6 months $12

Evening Worship 7:00 PM 2nd C 4th Sunday 01 months $6
Woman's Union Sunday School 10:00 AM
Missionary _.___
1st Monday after Morning Worship 11:00 AM Norn

i 1st Sunday 9:00 AM Evening Worship 7:30 PM Stint. ....____
Midweek Prayer
Service (Tues.) 7:30 PM City._ t

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r THURSDAY JUNE 30, 1966* iou

REV.VERSATILE PICKERN MANcan't OF PANACEAA S.PiCIAI2SSPECIALS: '


lower preacher clay row and making other FRU SAT.
live In a and hop I ALL
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to understand the need of kit Improvement at the springs.At
people. He needs to get in and present, be la working| .
work with them." with another Chamber commit-
Such is the philosophy of the tee striving to obtain a medical Sirloin STEAK. 'lb.79e
Rev. A. V. Pickera and one he doctor for the Panacea communIty
lives by actively as pastor of and is working with engineers -
Panacea's First Biptist Church and politicians to gain support Fresh Grade "A'! FRYERS 29c
He manages to keep a fiDget for construction: of a 12-far

j In this nearly resort fishing every community"pie" around on channel ty. through the communl I: GALLON HOMOGENIZED BORDENS Co IVI E : .

the Gulf. In addition to beingon "The deep water channc.1
call as a pastor, he lea lI la necessary if ever
I to action just as quickly as a grows," he said. "It would

I i member Fire of the Department Panacea, as Volunteer a ao Why help so Tallahassee.many interests" for a1-1 Milk,:uG::1 i 99cSlEET

member of the Wakulla Count) preacher?
I Civil Defense Advisory Committee The Rev. Mr. Pickern explains FISH FRYSATURDAY
I or the Chamber of Commerce his wide community Interests
i I Park Commission.It stem from a conviction' CUBED 12 OZ.
Is no longer unusual to see that "a preacher ought to beta : SALAD DELIGHT PICKLES 29*
the man and a citizen of his
Baptist parson riding the
community In order to be a good
board of the SHOWBOAT
running new Panacea -
fire engine on a sudden 'leader his and if a man draws. PORK AND BEANS 303 CAN 1 10 FOR 99*
living from the community
call munity or serving fish fry plates to raise at a money com ,the he should take,"an interestIn FROZEN HAMBURGER PATTIES LB. 69* JULY 2 In Panacea

for personal a civil plea project for, or voters making at a a "I have community always fet],that the' AMERICAN ACE TEA 8 oz. 59* ,
church, the civil organizations
political rally.Occasionally., the out of- and clubs should work together LUX FACE SOAP 3 BARS 35* I IWE' Sponsored by
I is for the good of the community
context
preacher a "shocker "
Rev. Pickern
said.
however. There
was the
I time Capt W S. Schley and "These organizations are largely PANACEA CHAMBER OF COMMERCEand
made up of our church memo
the Rev. Mr. Pickern raced U
: a fire call at a small framehouse bers. SELL
I, near Crawfordville. Tht The ReMr.'):" Pickern ever ITlfAY1URSI MONEY ORDERSSHOP
gears his sermons to timely sub i
pastor was handling the hose
Jects of interest to the
com
and made a dash into theroom
: quick
PANACEA WOMAN'S
munity-like the time the bug CLUB
'where the smoke was
whale beached itself just out
II thickest. side Panacea. The ANn SAVEPIGQTT'S
Outside, Capta.-i: Schley said pastor's topic LOCALLY
the astonL... ._ :.,nt asked. that the Sunday was "Jonah and
whale"As Proceeds for
"Wasn't that a preacher going STORE
in there" Schley nodded and a result of his work Rev. '.
Pickern is still in much demand METURTPIGQTT'S
the home owner promptly ran ,,'
into another smoke-filkd room as a missionary speakerin rl
and began bailing whiskey betties Baptist churches throughoutthe
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out of the widow. North Florida area. His wife
During Hurricane Alma, Rev. also fills such speaking engagements '
Pickern, encouraging, other, frequently.In CASH AND CARRY
civil defense efficials to make! the Florida Baptist As- PANACEA
arrangements to obtain 100 cots. sociation. Rev. Pickern fills still FORMERLY DURRANCE STORE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTPlates
in case they! were needed. The other posts of duty Including I
cots were obtained from Tal- that of Sunday School leader for) Shop Here For. $1.00
lahassee, 'but were not needed i the Wakulla Franklin County'area .
that night. I and as a. member of the ,
On still another occasion, board of directors for the Panacea ALUMINUM SCREEN WIR"EMAPLES
when the C of C park commission Encampment.
was planning a fish fry to He's a pastor of versatile CONCRETE PRODUCTS .
talents and one willing to em .
earn improvement money" for ploy them all To many residents I BUILDING SUPPLIES-AUT ARTS
!the Pancea Springs the pastor of the Panacea area, be
went on the deep sea fishing \ fM J
has thereby won a reputation of ,
trip to catch fish for the meal being a pastor who is a "real -FEEDSEEDFERTILIZERPHONE
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