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: March 14, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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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).
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i VOLUME 64 NUMBER 29 FLORIDA Thursday, March 14, 1963 I *
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Entries Named For ST. MARKS NEWS 100 Exhibits
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Mr. and Mrs. E. By Myers and -

Sebring unConfirmed Mr. and Mrs. H. 1.. Archer were Shown AtScience
entries of drivers and 4A M f
I business visitors in Havana one
cars for the internationally famous day week. i M-x FairApproximately

Mr. Howard Perkins is spendingthis one students

here at Sebring, Florida Saturday week in Knoxville, Tenn. --_ in the tensor and junior divi

March 23 willpreaent to the fans Mr. Paul Watts of. Cordele, Ga., sions of Crawfordville High School

of the auto racing world a field of spent,the week-end with his brother participated in the 1963 Science .
drivers from all divisions of the Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Watts. Fair. I

sport. Mn.. Evelyn Harrell spent part : Exhibits were shown Tuesday
European stars, Graham Hill, of last week in Tallahassee at the :night and the winners were announced I
John Suttees, Hopkirk, England; home of her sister, Mrs. Alberta ; at the monthly P-TA i

M iresse, Scarfiotti, Italy; Herr Williamson.Mrs. .meeting.Mrs. .

mann, Earth Germany; Bonnjer Gladys LighCfoot, of Mala ." .-_ ,... Dorothy Miller was againin I

from Sweden; Rodriguez, Mexico; bar, Fla., spent last week with her -,:- .s '\' charge of this year's Fair.
Clark, Browne, Manerow, Lerch, sister, Mrs. Bertie Coggins. Mrs. -:.. .. -
Canada; A. J. Foyt, Hall, Sharp, Coggins has been a patient at"Tal '- She told of the many hours of

Hissom Texas; Parnelli Jones, lahassee Memorial Jlospital, but is iC: work that was put into the various

j Dan Gurney, California; Holbert, now at her home. Another sister, types of exhibits that were produced

Hansgen; New Jersey; Seaedar, Mrs. Daisy Ewing of Carrabelle ; i : by the students.

Ohio; Fireball Roberta, Daytona also visited Mrs. Coggins last "1i In the Senior Division Barbara

Beach, Hever, Kimberly; Wisconsin week. R Jernigan was awarded first prize

; just to name a few of the Mrs. Ailene Self of Atlanta is o '-. J }. followed by: Charmaine Rabeanau

more than one hundred! world spending some time here with her Jerry Core, honorable mention

famous drivers that will be on slater, Mrs. Thelma Clenny at the Q:4io yd went to Bobby Cutchin, Kay

hand for this star studded start St. Marks Cafe & Motel. Evans. -

ing field. Mrs Lee Work, of this city, is -s 'F.a _. In the Junior Division Eric

Ford powered Cobras Corvettes, spending the week in Jacksonville, y+ Mathis took first place followed by
Ferraris, Porsches, Chapparals, Fla. on a trip pertaining to his .,. Danny Miller, Doug Wright, honorable

Jaguars and a host of others are company's business. mention went to Martha

making up the already filled field Mrs. Betty Jean Archer of St. ,. ; Lou Turner, Marilyn Alligood and

of sixty five cars starting this Marks and her son-in-law and Allen Lord.'

terrific twelve hour grind at 10:00 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ,, Barbara Jernigan received the

A.M. Saturday, March 23rd. Dunn and daughters, of Crawford- Heart Award in the Senior group ..

The fast 5.2 mile Sebring trackis ville, were recent visitors in and Betty Ann Jones in the Juniorgroup.

ready for the onslaught of the Sparks, Ga., to visit relatives, Mr. .

world's fastest cars and drivers, and Mrs. Jack Coleman.

could be that this year the. Amer Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Council ti ,

j ican tntered power plants could and children spent Sunday with .. Need A Job?
take home the honors and point her mother, Mrs. Elza Forbes in. .

awarded to the winner. Spring Creek. ( .:;. #

No need for qualifying trials or Mr. and Mrs. Steve Coggins are i.J?!:: ,.. Try Roof Falling

consolation races, Saturday's race spending this week at Fort Walton .4 ., a.. :.:zr
for the Alitalia Airlines troph Beach with their daughter, Lt.-Col. .L. : .., J
will be to. the car and driver cap and Mrs. Albert Holcomb. :,.a.b "
able of standing the terrific strain Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Roberts THE TALENTED MERMAID at,''Weeki Wachee, Florida,.pose atop their new million dollar underwater .'' '* .;. :

of'the hair pin turns, fast and children of Macon, Ga. visited theatre which is truly a modern architectural wonder. This magnificent structure which is unmatched

straights, tricky right and left her mother, Mrs. Nora Bishop and anywhere in the world allows visitors to view spectacular underwater show that is 'uniquen\ all } I

hand corners that bring these sister, Mrs. Julia Floyd duringthe the world'. ., Ij

speeding missies from. 150miles week-end.
-- per hour down to 40 MPIJ is t71ir' -- .' ", & fav iY ii j

seconds, fast shifting)and jpeaking ,, ,
out of revs to a flat out speed I ir Rattlesnake KilledByYoungsters + J

the straights. Not one hour, no 1I

two hours, but twelve long hour: .' i$2.3: .. I

of concentration that the worlc Douglas Weeks and David Reh- "

may know which car, which drive winkel children of Ajrman First : -.

can take the punishment of th Class and Mrs. Charles Rehwinkel .
famous twelve. ;, C ,.. 4
killed a 5-foot rattlesnake last .* k' t E SIX GUN TERRITORY, SILVER

Sunday morning near their home t r SPRINGS Fla There are many

Virgil Jerome east of Crawfordville.The interesting professions to be foundin

big diamond back, had evi : Florida's newest attraction. Six

dently just out of hiberna s
Allen Sr. come ; s. .
y. t Gun Territory but for thrills
tion as he made no attempt to r
Virgil Jerome Allen Sr., wel and spills) nothing beats the job
strike and acted groggy according ., i ,;
known Panacea businessman, die< of falling off a roof' half a dozen
to reports. '.;; 4 4
Thurs., Mar. 7 while in HomesteadHe When the snake was examin ;:: :,i' times a day. And Mike Murphy

was 56. : $ should know. Mike. 21. has done
it did not )have any rattleS-on its w
Allen was a fishing camp operator .- m almost every rough and tumble
for tail.Caution ..'.-.._ ,
many years and was i ii ..
is urged to be on th< job in show business for the last
the seafood processing businessHe 6 years, but is presently enjoying
"lookout for snakes at this time of
was a native of Columbus, Ga his job of 'roof falling at the Territory
the year as they will begin to show ;, -
Survivors include his widow : r .
after been in their den ; .
up .
Mildred 'f. "it Besides roof fallen, you can also .
; one son, .Jerry Jr. o all winter. ass.. : I
t find gun fighters. Indians, cancan .
Apalachicola f
a daughter Mrs
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Carmelite : girls, and authentic Old West atmosphere 1 ,: .. I
Caseay of CoronadoCalif. .
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: right in the heart of i
.* six Plans For .',,.
grandchildren hi Ready '
L Florida. Six Gun is located on SB ". i
mother, Mrs. Annie Kidd of Plain ,' 40 between Ocala and Silver -:::.. I
Ga.; his father, J. B. Allen o Hunters Club : .: 't. Springs, Florida. i

Panacea. : Anyone--interested in joining th w: ? Several times a day Mire and

Funeral services were held Sun Wakulla County Sportsmans Clul 3 t Tim Aycock bide out on one of

day ut 3 p.m. In' the First Metho should meet at the Courthou :. :;; Y the 40 odd roots in town, waiting _
It for the shooting to begin. When
dist Church in Sopchoppy with th Friday night March 22 at 8 p.m.
one of the hourly gun fights i*
Rev. Luther Stokes and the Rev I i Part of the program will b< staged, they are in there literally

Richard Sprague, officiatin !' taken up by the showing of a f iln # : F pitching. Sometime, they dont

Burial was in the West Sopchopp on wildlife.' fall if conditions aren't right, but

Cemetery with Culley's Funera A meeting was held Tuesday a .r after being "shot" by the town

Home in chaNe.Cemetery. the courthouse and final plans fo marshal, they stagger reel and
the club were made. pitch to the roof edge and almost
CleaningMarch _- .. 4 always, down they go.
,,{,:r. The dangers of a roof faHer can
16 CRAWFORDVILLE be many if you aren't too care
fut Tim is presently sporting awrl.st
Mr. Charlie Tucker announce: 11 ttM_ AI 1iE cast from a bad falLI had
PERSONALS 't. '.., ... .
that the Cemetery cleaning at th : .." IHt ".. a choice of my head back or wrist
Crawfordville Cemetery which wa C. L Townsend, Henry Crutn. /.1. ,and I chose my wrist to fall on".

scheduled for last Saturday, Mar Gilbert Gowdy and Bobby' Posey be said

9th was postponed on account o left Wednesday for Jacksonvilleto FLORIDA'S FAIR EXHIBIT Hugh Brian (Wyatt Earp), center star of the stage and television, esy

rain and will be held this week attend the meeting of the Flor: and Mary Ann Mobley, former Miss America who now is on the stage, inspect an artist's. conception of '

Saturday, Mar. 16.Sopchoppy. ida Association of School Board the Florida exhibit at the New York World's Fair in 1964-65. W. L. Stensgaard executive director of I

Members. the Florida World's Fair Authority, outlined the extensive plans for attractions and exhibits to CKBrian

PTA .Jack Pearce who is witb"the.a.i and Miss Mob k9 when they recently visited the authority headquarters at 207 Poinciana Plaza, Palm oa.wraM..

force and stationed at Charleston, Beach. -

Announcement S.C. spent the weekend with -his I .' .' wricJht
I The Department of Agricul
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moody .
The regular meeting of the Sop ..- FOREST KILLER! TROOPER BILL'SHighway ture's Extension Service pre
Pearce. .
L: dicts little in such
price change
P-TA wil Ibe March 21
choppy Mr. and Mrs. Mat Mathis and z Mr. Burnit, the malicious fresh vegetables as carrot, potatoes
1963 at 'I:30 p.m., in the schoo t I broccoli celery, head lettuce
their children, Erie and Ann- spent woods burner,robs us of our Philosophy i
auditorium. President Gray urge -Florida, Q! S and sweet potatoes. PorkIs
the weekend in Apopka, abundant Southern forests.
all parents and teachers to attem 1 --- approaching its seasonal low;
When he strikes scenic In this age of speed more people are getting cars: and more cars
lamb is another
this meeting as it will be the las They were the guests of Mr. and and spring
frawalreBibil beauty and outdoor recreation are getting people. thrifty buy
Mrs. Billy Howell and family
meeting prior to the Spring Festival in smoke. Lost *
which is scheduled for Apr! Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rehwinkel Ye therefore shall be go up If think The DieD Company of
perfect are valuable raw materials you safety can be preserved, don't try to pickle it in
26. spent the weekend in Pensacola as heavenly Fatheris alcohol. Greely, Colorado, packagers of -
your for industries that provide
The executive committee of th< with their son Mr. Clarence Reh "Big D" Great Northern beans,
t perfect.-Matt. 5:28) jobs and income.Mr.Burn- suggests you take a tip from
P-TA will meet March 19 at 8 p.m winkel and family. Little Miss The power to become God's it is ANYONE who maliciously "= Going in debt for a vacation dates back a long time. Even old New Englanders and serve Sat .

}n the library, two nights prior tc Julia Rehwinkel who spent Last perfect child is within all of bums a forest. Be Columbus went looking- for the new world on credit. urday night's baked beans on
the regular meetiqAU committee week at her grandparent's home ., 9- Sunday morning. .- perhaps ]
us. We need only to brush the lookout and
: on report
chairmen please remember thii accompanied them. Bought your driver's license let? Better do it if you were born in with codfish cakes and brown ''t
aside all the
disappointmentsand anyone you see destroyinga February.Oh bread.
date. Judge George Harper returnedto doubts and disbeliefs of forest. -
the past and join in silent And to add a touch of the
his home, from the Tallahassee ....IOL' yes a lot of us will always tell the truth no matter who it Old South to your winter menu
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Raker spen Memorial Hospital acid is improving communion with Him through .. RBI TUB hurts. -,' i buy loose-frozett speckled _butter -

the weekend in Fort Lauderdale. satisfactorily. prayer. IPMffiSTSsN beans 'cut okra, bteekeye

Miss Cindy Russ spent the weekend Mrs. ,Ruby Rehwinkel and bet l J'IH ITIIUS" .. The whooping,crane will never- by annoyed.i/itban, exploding peas lady creme peas field
"in Tallahassee with Misa Barbara daughter, Mrs. Knowles from Tallahassee .. .. :,1..;.. _1'80' fifrTef .. population problem There's only 32 left in America> ; they-say, peas with snaps crvwder peas
'= HUB! :< whole okra and cut pole bean
Stoutax&ire -.: were in Crawfordville They're packed in polyethylene
Monday on business. Miss Spring will be one of the most welcomed girls on. the American .' -bags by Soutataad Froaa.
scene this year. Foods. Inc., New York.

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t,(, :'..::,2-JLJThrsdv.VAKULLA March COUNTY 14. 1963: NEWS...... >j'** t.'4'. '... ,"r'" ; Fishing' Derby o I SOPCHOPPY NEWS Annual l ReportTo I The Violin Tree .

\ ,. t\\1. "" Mackerel 'I By LOUISE C. SAPPIn Stockholders
: .' Tag .
.... .' 1 \ the State Basketball Tourna-
f _' .. :'. Y* TAMPA-What is believed to be I' ment at Gainesville, Sopchoppy "Constructive Progress" was the CHILDREN known to the power and goodness. Ckcua-i

the first. organized program ever Yellow Jackets defeated St. Pat- keynote c.t..Florida. Power Corpora 1 V*. writer were told the legend stances which challenge the .

l attempted to tag King Mackerelhas rick of Miami Beach 71-53, Thurs- tion's annual report to stockholders that to ensure delicate growth of a tree give opportunity .
been put into motion in Florida for 1962 just released by G. F strength the instruments for greater strength.
day morning at 9 o'clock on March which he made, Antonio.Stradivari Drenching rains, which wash
lit Greenbrier, 3 seat, 9 paso SI 695 with the capture and releaseof 7, and this win gave Sopchoppy a Foley, senior vice president, secretary the great violin maker, earth from the roots, and the ;

."senger ;. 200 King Mackerel carryin' place in the semi-finals, Friday, and treasurer. used wood from a pine which pull of the swaying tree tend to,

tags of the Schlitz 1963 Florida .March 8, at 4:30 p.m. Sopchoppy According to the report, the grew on a hillside near the make those roots grow deeper.

Fishing Derby. Yellow Jackets played Poplar State of Florida and Florida Power town in which he lived. The Trials are not obstacles to
1 ".' '" The Mackerel have been taggedin Corporation continued reason for his choice that hinder
\ : Springs, a team with only one loss. to grow in was progress. They are opportunities -
the Florida Keys in recent 1962 at a pace well above the national trees long exposed to storm to prove the Father's
The Jackets lost this hard fought
I 1953 Ford' V8 ,Convertible! weeks by a tagging team of the 7054. average, but at a slower and to the fury of the ages are loving protection. Christ Jesus
00 Board of Conservation game said to produce strong and firm triumphed over misunderstanding -
door special ._ $1- Florida State rate than during 195569. Gross
We are proud to say that Sop- wood.A persecution and the cross.
it announced by RobertM.
was revenues were 8.5% higher than
choppy Yellow Jackets were .top- He attained a higher sense of
Director of Research for pine stands erect on the
Ingle, in 1961 after taking into
seeded over all of the teams in accounta hill behind the house where victory as each obstacle was
the Conservation Board. Ingle $3.4 million voluntary reductionin overcome. Mrs. Eddy writes
District 2. Coach Sanders and the these children play. They like
pointed out that to his knowledge, boys are proud of the interest revenues as a result of the rate to think that the tree is of the (ibid.. p. 419), "Meet every ad-

not only has this species never shown by the telegrams received reductions that went into effect same variety from which Stradivari verse circumstance as its
!I 1960. Plymouth l ,'4 dOOr $1195 been the subject of an organized and the many spectators from our last May 1. FPC's customers in- made his violins, and they master. And further in the''

l < tagging program, but also that no community who attended the jcreaaed by 12,023, compared to call this-stately pine the violin "Think same paragraph less of material she conditions adds,

tagged King Mackerel has ever games.T. 10,722 In 1961, and 19,806 in 1960. tree.Just and more of spiritual" :

been reported caught. Drew Branch of Tallahasseeand The company spent an average as the children's violin A student of Christian
The King Mackerel, or "King- tree and other pines develop Science found
formerly of Samatra visited of more than $100,000 a day for it necessary to
fish", is onj of Florida's most new construction during the strength and usefulness in prove the availability of daily .
his sister Mrs. Catherine Olah in year.
59 Ford 6 cy. 2 door radio. $9 9 5 prized fishes, being noted for its Sopchoppy Thursday of last week. ccording to the report, FPC will storm standing, so firm mankind through, wind standing and supply when her children were :
growing At
heater, standard trans. legal qualities in both sport and spend more than $39,000,000 for firm in adversity up. the time, she
Many friends as well as relativesof gains courage was tempted to resent the re- .
commerce. Although a migratorylspecies new construction during 1963 to and dominion. .
Mr. Branch were glad to see currence of financial problems
| its migration patterns are him looking and feeling so well stay ahead of its customers' demands The lesson taught by the pineis rather than to see them as bless-

.,at present merely "educated spec- after a very serious illness; he is for power.In the lesson which the Apostle ings in disguise. But in later ..
Paul In
taught. his letter
ulation. the report, FPC presidentW. to years she found strength and
also our former senator of Wakulla -
; "We hope," Research Director J. said that : the Corinthians he said (II Cor, encouragement in these helpful
Clapp 19623
57 Ford 8 Convertible peak-
Coupe and Franklin counties.
cy. Liberty 4:8, 9), "We are troubled
: of experiences. \
"that the
said Today
.. radio heater automatic $795 Ingle recaptures visited hour load was 960,000 kilowattsand strug-
.Schlitz-tagged specimens will sup- Mrs. Tena McPhail Mrs. every side, yet not distressed; gle and victory of those years
Florida Roberts Friday. represented the largest nu- we are perplexed, but not in
are daily reminders that
.ply the first link in our study of as a
4 i. | Mrs. Mae and Hattie McLawhonhad merical year-to-year increase ever despair; persecuted, but not child of God she is heir to in.

56 Chevrolet 8 cy.- 4 door the dynamics of the species. He as their guest Friday Mr. and experienced. It occurred duringthe forsaken; "cast down, but not finite resources of good. E.These .
added that this first tagging oper- destroyed. Paul's words havea -
Mrs. Guy Revell. Mrs. Revell is record-breaking cold wave last resources are availableto
radio heater
Wagon, auto-$345 ation is only the beginning of a [ December. practical application in daily all through an understandingof
of Mrs. Mae Law-
matic1959 the daughter
today. Baker
-- Mary Eddy,
long-range, large-scale tagging Clapp said, "The more measured God as infinite Spirit, omni-
that will be begun soon the Discoverer and Founder of present good
; hon.We perfect Principle.
program in 1962
pace a
were glad to have Mr. and welcome Christian Science, writes in Through such
by the Conservation Board. time for the company to put into "Science and Health understanding,
in with
; Mrs. Bob Altman Sopchoppy Key one is able to meet all adverse
It is difficult to tag King
very Friday. The Altmans have a lime effect some long-range plans to to the Scriptures" (p. 426), circumstances. God createdman
2 door Mackerel, Ingle explained. The strengthen our system and improveour "The struggle for Truth makesone in His
Plymouth, Hardtop, $895 here but are making Tallahasseetheir own image; therefore -
King is well armed with teeth, service. Increased strong instead of weak, .
Heater, Automatic trans- residence.The work effi- God's man is unfallen, perfect
mission __ -- making it dangerous and unpredictable Robert Griffins were in ciency is being encourged and sup- resting." instead of wearyingone. and complete. This real
----- to handle. In addition its man in God's likeness
plemented by increased automationand reflects
i Sopchoppy last week. Mr. Griffinis As the
1 stalwart pine resists ,
I is delivate and Him
I respiratory system so mechanization in office and expresses and has do-
getting his watermelon and corn the storms and
tempests, so can minion.\ <
that a specimen will die i in a mat-
accounting procedures well
t crop well underway. They re- as as each individual learn to standfast When one is tempted to
ter of second out of water or if its in distribution give
4 turned to their home in Ochlackonee transmission. against the tempests of in to the storms of error, it is
free movements in water are Georgia for the week-end but 'The company is in a good positionto evil confusion, doubt, bewil- helpful to remember the violin
hampered.To handle the continuing growth derment, and misery by under- tree
straight and
door plan to return to Sopchoppy on
1954. FordS Cylinder, 4 $195 accomplish the delicate tag and expansion and to obtain out- standing that God, good, is All strong on the windswept hill-
This weekend special -- Robert and by relying on His protec- side.
: ging Topp, ,Consultaht used a modification Biologist_ of the Wilson Whetstone of Tallahassee side money rates.for" the growth. at reasonable tion in the daily proving of His Monitor- The Christian Science

and formerly of Sopchoppy
technique employed by the California The showed
report that Florida
visited in few
Sopchoppy a days
q' Fish and Game Commission Power Corporation paid $18,395- Standing Alone With God

.., in tagging Pacific Albacore. Praising ago.Mr.. J. R. Carter M4dart wasa ;713 in federal, state, and local

..,.. '. Topp for the project, Ingle said visitor in Sopchoppy Saturday.The taxes during 1962 .. a figure

Topp had found it necessary to gospel sing apd ,bake sale, that was 18% higher than net TALL elm tree stands, in The teachings of Christ Jesus 1

,1960 Chevrolet Station Wagon, wrap each captured King in a we held Saturday night March 9 at income. A the midst of an open pas- were at variance with those of
r '4 doro, Heater, Automatic towel while affixing the tag wit the Congregational Holiness ture spreading its the high officials of the syna- t

i TransmisLson, one owner --- the greatest possible speed. It's i Church in Sopchoppy was a real branches protectingly. in all gogue. To mortal sense ke !
I matter of speculation where th directions. It is the only tree stood alone. Yet in reality he
Schlitz-tagged King Mackerel wil success. It was sponsored by the i in the pasture but it is not was not alone. He spent many I

,- : None has been reportec Young People of the church and HEALTH alone. The birds build their hours iQ communion with God, '
turn up. the proceeds will be used to buy nests among its branches; cows his Father. His life was one of

caught yet."Route. new hymnals. I : ;; seek the shelter of its foliage giving as he went among the <

56 Chevrolet 6 cy. 4 door, heater $395 There will be a social at Mrs.B. -: during the noonday heat; the multitudes, healing their diseases ;

66" To Be W. Brown's house located at TOPICS\\ faithful laborer eats his lunch and teaching them of the
beneath its outstretched kingdom of heaven. "And the
John Davis' fish camp on Och-
branches. During the day common people heard him
t Filmed in FloridaWeeki lockanee River next Saturday A Service ol Your Doctor ol MWICa e. children play their games in its gladly" (Mark 12:37) His r
Your Local Medical Society and the
< night, March; 16. It is given for 'Florida Medical teachings and healings are as !
58:Plymouth 6 cy. 4 door Wachee has announce Association. welcome shade. .
\ $295 that the popular CBS televisio the Young People of the Congre- EPILEPSY Year by year this elm tree has practical now as they were in

; show, Route 66, will film a on gational Church and is sponsoredby grown in strength and beauty.It his time. They find expression J'
their teachers.Mr. Epilepsy i is usually character- has room enough to expandin in Christian Science healing ,
hour show location at the :prinfj
Oscar Crowson'has returned ized by some type of seizure or all directions because there and living today.
ALFORDCHEVROLET for one week, starting March lltlj home from the Tallahassee Me- Convulsion which i is related to are no nearby trees to crowd it Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer ;
(Monday). a Drain disorder. its shape or
morial Hospital. We hope he gets or mar perfect and Founder of Chris
I Martin Milner, a female gues There are many causes all hinder its development. With tian Science 'knew what it ;
I along well. associated with damage to the '
CO star, and the entire company o. brain. There is "cure" but its top ever pointing to the sky meant to stand alone. The
hear that Mr. no I
We are so to
1 65 people will shopt the newes sorry complete or almost complete it has reached upward and : world did not understand her '
John Davis is in the Tallahassee
spread in a symmetry that teachings falsehoods and mis
episode of the popular series enc control can be obtained in half ;
Memorial Hospital. We hope he crowded trees never attain.If : .
day front 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.nj of all patients and another 30 representation dogged her foot
has a speedy-recovery. per cent can obtain partial con- there is an individual who steps. But she kept steadily on, '
Valerie and Joe Hodge childrenof trol of the seizures with proper feels that he is standing alone knowing that God would sup- I

.r- 1 t ( Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hodere.. of ment.medical There diagnosis and number treat-of without companionship that he, i port her and enable her to accomplish :
are a
is misunderstood or misrepresented her mission. Today .
Tallahassee, were the week-end j anti-convulsant I drugs now I
thinks he needs !
or who thousands gratefully acknowl-
of their cousins J. L. and available that are safe and non-
guests habit forming which may he the presence of others for his edge what she has done for '!

Delbert Roberts of Sopchoppy. prtscribed by a physician. Most happiness, let him learn a lesson them. : I

: : j The new brick home of Mr. and people with epilepsy can lead from the tree. As he learns As we live each day to serve j
: k-t ...1: Mrs. Delbert Roberts will be com- normal lives; they can attend more of God's ever-presence he God we grow in usefulness

; "; :::J: pleted by the end of the month. school, participate in sports and will learn that man, created by and reflect more of the qualities .. '

The house, contracted by Mr. Earl i games Should, and someone get and nearby hold a havean job. God in His image and likeness, of patience and unselfishness, 'I
is alone. And he will others attracted '
''I r Vause, has three bedrooms, a fam- epileptic seizure keep calm. never and are by j
rr kitchen and dining He usually isn't suffering or in grow in spiritual symmetry and these qualities. Thus we find ,
ily a
danger. Help him to a safe strength. true companionship. i
:: 9wa4 I room, living' room and a bath anda place but do not restrain his Each one has talents that the Mrs. Eddy tells us in "Science i i!

'. half. Everyone is invited to movements. Loosen tight clothing Father has given him. He reflects and Health with Key to the :

.. .. stop and see their lovely home. and turn him on his side. all of God's characteristics Scriptures" (p. 518), "Love j( ,'
J.I. F, We are glad that Mr. Quinton Do not attempt to force a hard in their fullness but he giveth to the least spiritual idea I II

I ud6 one Burns has returned home after not object give between him anything his teeth to and drink.do needs to use and share them, or I might, immortality, and goodness i
r 1 will become useless. Happiness which shine through all I
; .. [pending a .few days in the hos- Stand by until the patient has '
'f fully recovered consciousnessand does not depend on out- as the blossom shines through ,
tpital. from the confusion which ward circumstances; true hap- the bud There is no room .

.... The Spring Holidays start usually follows a seizure. As- piness comes from a conscious for loneliness when we realize j!

(Wednesday. for the Sopchoppy sure him all is well and encourage awareness of. God's everpresence. that all space is filled with f
School. him to rest a bit When we express hap- God's presence. Ai we express
r Miss Brenda Crowson daughterf before going about his regular piness from the fullness of our more of the ever-present God- I
> Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Crowsond epileptic. seizure is a hearts, we shall draw others to like qualities, we shall, like the "
'. share, as the tree drew the elm tree, find growth and >.
a senior at Sopchoppy High frightening experience to those
4 : scholarship for who are unfamiliar with the birds, the children, the laborer, beauty in the joy of service. !
l School, won a condition and its manifesta-. and the cattle to its shade. The Christian Science Monitor *

\..- beaching. She competed: with the tions. But the patient usually t
,. .. / thers from Sopchoppy ,School and recovers with little or no harm. SHORT AND .
wfordville School. Brenda Epilepsy is a widespread con- SWEET i
i Wish i Hadn't Said j
University i- dition. Some authorities esti-
attend Florida State
plans to
mate that 1 in 100 persons aoLy
'.' t in September after graduating suffer from seizures of varying < That Department: !II

;. 1 I from high school in June. degree; which would mean almost / "I do not believe thai !

Mr. Wilson McCallister and 2.000,000 individuals in a.r .;
should do far
l.l. : attended the United States. If someonein ..... Washington
Miss Sarah Strickland
your family has epilepsy, be the people what they can de
}. She's been looking for a I he circus at F.S.U. Friday night. sure he sees a doctor accordingto Washington's second In- for themselves through local
for weeks- has returned schedule. The anti-convulsant
new coat Mrs. Mae Crum
suitable for daytime but the in Thomas- drugs likely will enable 1 the pa- augural address, though brief, and private effort. There te
home from hospital, tient lead normal magic attached to tax dofl-
to a relatively was not without a touch of his no
for after fiver too. r
., ... dressy enough ville Georgia. life. wry sense of humor. He said: lars that have been to Washington
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crum and l
and back.
"If it shall be found duringmy
To someone so practical a checking account children of Thomasville, Georgia administration of the John F. Kennedy, 'j'

Y here is a big satisfaction: she can visited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Crum Government I have in any Oct. 12, 19tO.
over the weekend. My Neighbors
I r ,pay anyone, at any time or place. Days Miss Connie Wilvm! of Smith instance violated willingly or I,
knowingly the injunctions
nights;holidays or Sundays, at home or Creek, was the overnight guest of thereof, I may (besides incur Expensive Nod

vacation she draws a check putsit Miss June Roberts, Friday night.
on just iff .r ring constitutional punish A nodding acquaintance
attended the basketball tournament I
in alit envelope, slips it in the mail. They Gainesville along with d, ment be subject to upbraid with the man in the moon to

V at "U inga of all who are now wit going to cost about :20 Wiliest

\ Her checkbook gives a record of expenditures many others. nesses of the present solemn dollars, according to reports

i' canceled checks are receipts and # Mr.son and Gregory Mrs were Harold visitors Barwickand of ceremony" on Project Apollo. .I
Of those making more The advent of the spate age
'; she doesn't run cash-carrying risks. the S. E. Rodenbery family Sun- than one inaugural address already has pushed federal

Why shouldn't you have those advantages day. We are happy to see (Bettie) James Monroe was among the spending for U.S. leadership i

.' _,_.- -starting here right away? Mrs. Barwick out of the hospitaL very few whose second speech in this field to record high I

-,," : i" was longer than the first And while there Hem to be ,

Theodore Roosevelt was the uncertainty as to whether to

N 11lE Old 1imzE1i.1A1j1NG *-* ,briefest of the Presidents who put such spending under civil
..... '" \ \ served since the turn of the benefits or production one
SZSREIGNEFiS "Now I have to go home and century. His inaugural address thing Is sure: CoftU wit rifle.

\ 'N convince my wife to cut downon ran to 1,000 words According to Tax Foundation

_:; C'i FO E"1 R her spending. .." about the length of a single Inc., the cost of spaee
5 standard-sized. newspaper col- research and technology baa .

\HG1.1 increased from $60) raWten IB
:: =- -.f. umn .
j:3YA'1F:: STATE BANK: // : -- a ,\ t.r The shortest address made 1954 to $1.3 billion IB l&B

t / =-' >.1 \..... by a multi-term ,President- and will go to $!..4 billion in

I Member FJXLC. i "No matter what other nations 'I since that of George Washington 1963.

o ...I -was..'the.. 593 word
t 1 say about us, immigration .

t is still the sincerest form speech of. Franklin. D.. Roose j
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COLD SUFFERERSGet "Many a man finds that t
d ?l burning a candle at both ends
.. l will make it twice as hard to
..- fast relief from that ache-all- .. rp I
'J Hannon Owner keep his wife in the dark.- t
over worn-out feeling due to adds.STANBACK'S
ROCK, N. The white-
William L. Zeigler, New Ox-
combination of medi With the exception of tie they surprise us by the haired Carl Sandburg, celebrat-
ford (0. Item.
: cally-proven_ingredients reduces Man o'War, Swaps and Kelso, rapidity of their flight and ing his 85th year has been fetedat )
fever and brings relief the of horses havoc with the "
.. comforting names holding play seconds. many recent affairs. His new "One argument in defenseof
,. Use as a gargle for sore throat due to American and in some cases He went on to list some of book, a collection of poems deal-
'.. colds.Soap back with STANBACK. World records for speed, will the records of that day which ing with his four favorite sub the chewing of tobaeeo is
I not be found in any but a included six..furlongs in 1:17 jects-birth, love, death and that it never started any forest -
Surely personal Hall of Fame. by Narragansett in 1868. Last work, was published In honor of fires.?'-Terry J. Carlson,
greats as Citation, summer at Del Mar, an ex- his recent birthday. Sykesville tt. a.> Pe t.Di-s-
IhE Old Native Dancer, Assault,Alsab, claimer named Crazy Kid cov-
*m&z Colin, Count Fleet and Exter- ered six furlongs in 1:07 4/5 patch.
minator earned their in (41.66 miles hour
place per ) to
horsedom's Hall of Fame with- break the World record set by "Dont-worry About finding
5UThe A out setting any enduring speed .Humpty Dumpty at Golden A Swingin' Time! your station in life. There'll
,r records. An anonymous writerof Gate Fields in 1957. The fast- always be somebody ,aroundto
At Panacea Bridge a paper on "The Running est mile listed in 1870 had tell you where to get off.
Turf in America" in Harper's been run in 1868 by Herzog in
-E. 31. Remsburg, Vista
i I New Monthly Magazine, circa 1:434. The mile record today
THE OCHLOCKNEE RESTAURANT ., 1870, observed: "A horse cap- is shared by Swaps and Inten- (Calif.i Press.
able of making fast time may tionally, both of which were
has score victory after victory clocked in 1:33 1/5. Whatever "It's always the henpecked
only voice a man
without astonishing the world cynics may say about the "im- husband who crows loudest
in the decoration of his homeis ,with a performance that ten- provement of the breed", the away frOm home."-Ray :15.
I the invoice." ders necessary the revision of improvement of the speed is f Francis, Cherryvale (Kans.)
All the Mullet you can eat a time record. When some a good 10 seconds. Republican
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:, 2238 South MonroeMeat' OPCHOPPY HIGH SCHOOL I By EVA COSPER .

SOPCHOPPY, FLA. There will ba brotherhood
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>I COUNTY NEWS'i"i' DEE COOK. wnerBABYSITTING FINANCIAL REPORT- Church, of Medart of all pastors :
; 7:00 ..
I. Rtc'ipfss Amounts past pastors, and retired pastors,

.;., Telephone WAlnut.fi-3301 Feb. 26, 1963 _.. $ 26.75 on Monday April, at 8:00 p.m.

Feb. 27, 19C3 __ 94.5( Mrs. Emily Hiles had as her '

(, 'T .' Feb. T>8, 1963 .. 129.25 guests Mrs. Mae Brown.Mrs. Agnes ing : -
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Will care for March 1, 1963 u 244.7 Coxen, and Mrs. Lucille Cum Mr.

*VfrgnIaKightfryq: small children in my home for March 2, 1963 _._. __ 271.00 mins. After a business' trip to

'. working mothers, daytime, Total Gate Receipt $760.25 wen
-v .. Tyndall Field the group then
-', l' evenings by appointment. ) rs., II.. Exjtfnditnrfi; on a shopping and pleasure trip I,'
Jacl: Solomon Crawfordville 1. Officials: with lunch at the '1 Seas Restau

'>rtIu,. Flon- Kelly. Brock __ _. ..$125.00
Entered atCrawordvB1e.
.. J. Herman Shaddix 12500 rant.Rev.. Steve Harold of the Otter i i

as second class matter. Subscription 2. Minor Officials: Creek
Assembly of God Church ,
rate: $3.00 per year. If here below .- William E. Whaley announces that there will be a re-|soy,

You'd like to'stay. .. Timekeeper .. 20.00( rival conducted at his church by]

. Around in traffic William M. Payne, Evangelist Harold G. Cline, Jr.

Please don't play. Scorer _. .. .__ 20.00( from March 3 to 24, beginning at belle

If You Need. a. William E. Barfield. 7:30 p.m. The public is cordially

Safety tip of the week from Tickets _" ...." 10.00 nvited. wish
.. Office Supplies FHP Bossman H. N. Kirkman: for
Steve RevellTickets
Pete Barwick brought his family
Business Machines Drive with care.today if you care the '
._ .. T. ._ 10.0(1 :back to Panacea to stay until the
to drive tomorrow;
Office FurnitureSee ,
.. Wayne Lawhon- jnd of this school ,year. Pete, of "
or Call Janitor' ._., _._ 10.00 course, will stay in St. Augustine. .

., Kenneth. Strickland John and Doris Havrilak and"
RANEY Janitor ..____. 10.0( heir; children. Judith Lynn Doris,

CLASSIFIEDFOR 3. Basketball No. 100 I Lawrence and Da nlce, of Tallahassee .
Block 9.
SALE-Lot 123. Spalding ... 23.95 visited Mrs. Havrilak's

OFFICE Panacea Park Panacea. Fla. Scorebook ... _h _. __ 1.50 mother, Mrs. Faleti. They also (
CO. i Contact Mrs. Minnie Lee Me- the
EQUIPMENT Winners 40.01
5. Trophy visited Frank and Eva Cosper.We .

319 South Adams St. Call Cario Georgia. G. Trophy, Runner-up 35.00 regret to report that Mrs. -

Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEEJLORIDA 7. FHSAA (Ten percent Maggie Vanzant, of Wilmington

'I'PlS' Gross Receipts) 76.63 Delaware is very ill. Mrs. Van- U

.\ .. .. .....:, ;:':' :.i.L-. H. Telephone Calls ..' .._ 4.17 zant is Harvey Middleton's sister,, .
L Total Expenditures $511.2 and unfortunately Harvey has not ;

IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Gross Receipts _. __ u $766.2'Total sufficiently recovered from his recent -

JUDGE. IN AND FOR WAKULLA. Expenditures _... __. 511.2 illness to make the trip to see

COUNTY.RE ESTATE FLORIDA.OF J IN. H.PROBATE.IN To be divided __. ., .$255.00' :

REHWINXEU NOTICE TO CREDITORS DECEASED. iO,4; between 9 member her.The Panacea Cemetery Committee 3:

AU creditors of the Estate of J. H, schools $127.50=14.20 elected Tom Harrell to serve
Rehwinkel, deceased are hereby notified MARIES CONCm .
and required to file any claims .0'; for travel 127.50=G.9t !as chairman for the year, at a re- !.

'or against demands said estate which in they the office may of have the per mile travel rent meeting. Th committee is

County Judge of Wakulla County. having the cemetery harrowed and .
Florida. in the Courthouse at Crawford-
ville Flonda. vnthin six calendar Travel disced. .

months publication from of the this date notice of the Each first : FEET Gate I H. O. Turner, of ;Pavo Georgia T' I I

claim and must or demand state the must place be of in residenceand writing jj't SCHOOL Receipts Amounts caught a 10-pound channel catfish bills .

post-office address of the claimantand ; 1. Sopchoppy: with a cane pole while fishing in
must be sworn to by.the claimant, 1i % <
hi* agent or attorney. or it will become '.: Travel.. _____ 0.00 Otter Lake on March 2.
HURT ? ;
void according Executor of to the law.Estateof '\::;1:: ,CUSHIONED INNERSOLE 50',, Share ._ $14.17 $14.n Harry Pelt of .Crawfordville, dy
J. H. Rehwinkel. Deceased. ir f'" 2. Crawfordville' caught a 6-poundbass from Otter I
Carl Rehwinkel I .
Feb. 28 March 7. 14. 21 ,tl YOUCAHWALKINSMUNDCOMFORT Travel: 26 miles .79" Lake on March 1.
1:! 5Q'; Share 14.20 We wish to express our deepest
: f .KNAPP SHOES I sympathy and condolences to the
Notice is hereby given of our intention N 15.99$15.9 : .
to have introduced in the Legislature S.Greensboro .0i family of Mr. Virgil Allen who
a Bill to create establish and #' FOR MEN AND WOMEN : % I I
organize a municipality to be known Travel, 378 mi. 26.08: passed away last Thursday.We .
and designated as The Town of St 'I;L with velvety-soft. .ir-cushioned! .
Marks. Florida, to define Its territoria ." and 50%; :Share _... 14.20 regret that we have a long \1
boundaries_ and to provide for its gov >: Innersoles buoyant support "sick list" this week
'. For 40.28 $40.28
eminent jurisdiction, powers.. franchisee to the arches
effective and date.privileges and providing an ..."...,. savings and expert Factory. 4. Chapman: Earl and Irene Vause have beenill
DATED this 28th day of Februa :% Fitting Service consult Travel 288 mi. 19.88 with the 'flu.' : '

A. D. 1963. I_. C. TUCKER- State Senator 5th District ::: 34.08 $34.0 Hospital at Adele Ga. The reportis
Wakulla County. Florida :'*.: MR. WILIAM H. METCALF
BOBBY RUSS <( State Wakulla Representative.County. Florida ,:&. PANACEA. FLA. Travel 42 miles 2.90 Stull is in the Carrabelle to

':'Rr .,:: ,21 50' Share 14.20 Community Hospital. The reportis i
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= /.: ?, ; < 17.10 $17.1C double pneumonia. totaled

RELIABLE PARTY FOR ADDED 9 ,;. Wewahitfhka: Wheeler Nichols is,,in the Carra-. ized five

INCOME FOR PART OR FULL the Put children's a laugh picking into the chore their of Travel.180 mi, 12.42 belle Community Hospital seriously pox heritage.:2 same
up "
TIME WORK ill. .
rooms. Tie huge colored bows to !r.0'. ; Shore 14.20
TESTERS the handle of small sandbox '26.62 $26.61 Eva and Frank Cosper both are like
shovels. When a room looks cluttered ill with 'flu' at home. Frank regrets -
7. AI ha as thE
Male or female wanted for this hang a shovel on the door. : i ..;'
'area to service ,route for. Sylvania It's a gentle reminder and good Travel: 252 mi. }7.39 any inconvenience that closing -
& R.C.A. television and radio tubes for his Panacea Barber Shop may '
table small talk. ?(* .,, hare 14.20 r,
sold through our latest modern
have caused his friends and customers -
method free self-service tube test 31.59 131.51! cur
ing and merchandising units. Wilt : IN SECOND THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT.OF IN THE AND 8. Greenwood: this past weekend.We ; ,
not interfere with your present FOR WAUKULLA-COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN Travel I: 192 mi. 13.25 wish to express our best the
employment. To qualify you must CHANCERY.KETCHENS CASE NO. fill'.. Share 14.20 wishes for a speedy recovery to all -
have 1476.60 to $2,953.20 cash WANDA PLAINTIFFVS. 27.45 .. 27.15 those on the "sick list", and will col-
available immediately for Inventory -
and equipment investment HORACE KETCH ENS J 9. G'andridge: .-. be glad to see all of you up and : per

secured. Car 5 spare hours 'week .S..s DEFENDANT.. Travel: *486! mi. 33.53 around again soon. 4: cor
ly. could net to 6000.00 .. .
up per S C We were very happy to see WillE.
year in your; spare .time, should be DIVORCENOTICE !.O't Share 14.19
Trimble and around after
able to start at once. This company i TO APPEAR 47,72$47.72 ...up per f
will extend financial'as- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO & his recent illness.
Mr. Horace Ketchens- re-
slstance to full time if desired. Do New Orleans, Louisiana Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Grover, Sr., I I
Total Travel l &
not answer" unless fully qualified You are hereby notified that a suit
of Tampa, who are .the of
for time and investment. Income for divorce has been brought against 50',. Shares $255.0C;:) ( parents do
vou in the Circuit Court of Wakulla Eva Cospel, will celebrate. their
should start immediately. Businessset County Florida In Chancery; by 50'; Share 14.20 for
up for you. Selling, soliciting Wanda Ketchens. and you are hereby 51st anniversary or\ March 19. position
or experience is not necessary For required to file with written the Clerk appearancein of the .... The .Intermediate G. A. met at
Circuit Court your in
personal interview in your city- said suit and to serve a on copy or before of You can easily clean those the First Baptist Church Thurs ;
please include your Phone Number same on Plaintiffs attorney
and WRITE: the 4th day of April. A.D. 1963. hard-to-get-at corners of painted day with all members present. The there
Herein fail not or the Bill in this cause window frames with *ia paint
U. S. ELECTRONICS CORP. confesso officers were elected as follows:
will be taken pro favorite a good
brush and according
6267 NATURAL BRIDGE Witness the Honorable W. May Walk your Linda Strickland President.
PINE LAWN 20, MO. er Judge of the said court. and theMil to The Lindsay Company with
thereof- at Tallahassee. Leon largest manufacturer of Shirley Johnson Secretary. : and
County. Florida. this 4th day of March.A. home-owned water conditioners.Dip Linda Thomas Prayer Chair. '
WANTED 100 acres or less of Moody. D.. Pearce 1963. : the brush in soft water I
ridgy hilly Clerk. Circuit Court swipe it across the soap and man.Kathy alee f
land rough
rocky ,
Wakulla County. Florida: clean up the corners like magic. Whetstone Program -
gully. R. Walthall Box 187 George Attorney I..at Harper LawCrawfordviile. Rinse the brush in soft water and Chairman. as

Sopchoppy, Fla. Up 7-14-ai-2S-63. Florida then rinse\ off the corners. Mrs. James Burke, Counselor. !
Plans were made for future
I Nfl..
meetings and the'girls studied
: an in "
their Forward.Steps.The .
Tallahassee Business Firms
# Junior G. A. met at the I lat
with their
'. First Baptist Church of
Counselor, Mrs. Burke. The meet- 21 I the

DIRECTORY ing was opened with prayer by $6 -,-
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Ethel Stokel. were pre
.eans fruit to a shut-in next.
I Patornize These Advertisers
Rev. and Mrs. Henry Martin of .to I
of Rev. I
Carrabelle were the guests
I : I
.and Mrs.. James Burke last ] I ;
Baker-Alford Co. O. GRAMLING Proctor & Proctor Vetitia Macmillan's health a- "

'TA Part house" Inc. seems to be about the same no
noticeable !
truckor & CO. improvement.The
Anything for your auto I
Cadillac Pontiac I
Primitive Baptist
tractor. Also for your power Newhome !
lawnmower and much for your : One-Stop Service for Vauxhall Church will meet Sunday, March j

boat. Feed Seed Fertilizer \ SALES AND SERVICE 17. Church services at 11:00. Rev. -
208 N. Adams St. Ph. 222-3380 '
Poultry Supplies MERCURYOUTBOARDMOTORS Tom Harrell extends an open -
tation to all who wish to attend.

Garden ToolsSo. Factory-Trained Mechanic Mrs. Wooley and Mrs. Raker ,

Adorns S.A-L.R.R-. 215 NORTH ADAMS STREET visited in Sylvester and Albany:

Crossing Phones 222-0830 223j989F.RM Georgia, on February 28. Mrs : a ,
Little Folks Store Phone-223-0173 Raker's sister, Mrs. I. H. Jones :
.- Inc. returned with them. Mrs. Jonesleft ly
:., Majors"The Capital's for Minors"Children's last Tuesday for her home in who

Furniture, Toys, Jacksonville, Fla. fee
Game, Hobbies Mrs. Abbie Snyder is still in the "

133.N.. Monroe Baby .Accessories St. Ph. 222-1146. Light Weight and Regular Carrabelle Community Hospital.We eco
(Concrete Block FEEDS regret to report that Abbie has y

Hanson, Wood and shown little or no improvement. d

1/- Hoel Indn Inc. We'd all like to see you back home
Abbie so we do wish you'd. harry;
'. S. Adams St. at 4-Points -
and well. to
Flint River Mills up get
,. 661
TeL 222-5840 P. O. Box 2015 S. Monroe Ph. 223-0274 The Panacea Woman's Club met and

at the new Woman's Club building -

on Wednesday March 13. f

Capital Stone Co. Mania Thomas and Leonard a

Crum visited their families whileon
Since 1908
:Yeager: SUBER & JOHNSON&edsFertilizerBaby a 72-hour pass last week from love off
Norfolk. Virginia.
Chicks en- .
T J" :" Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cook, and

MEMORIALS ,1 Farm Supplies Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hinde, have I

Cemetery Work ef All Type Insurance" and B.. .r';',,.' .i Cor. Gaines and Woodward Sts. returned to their homes' in.Mis i

.566. W.,Gaines St. Tel. 223-0719 214 S:Adams; St.-.Tel/22fcV4ttQ: Tel. 222-5960 nesota after a two month stay at 1: k 1
the-Panacea Court: *. es
_Walter F. Buchan, Mgr. i -'S'. ..,-.,- !

I wonderful reservoirs of courage looks brighter than ever.l ;



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