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 3, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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,' .:.. :KELLY te best-known his man Saturday Lakeland her campaign Scott CAMPAIGN home-town TO to Kelly-OFFICIALLYOPEN citizens help One I for officially fellow governor.of of will Lakeland Florida's towns-return open r- a J I i\\\\j ii''! )t _: 1

Frances Langford, star of i

stage, screen, radio and tele-
vision, a native of Lakeland,
heads the list of entertainers at

Kelly's campaign kickoff rally

Saturday, March 5. The rally ,

..rdw+ridi and western barbecue is sche-
W. R. TAFF duled from noon to 6 P. M.

Tickets for the barbecuerallyare
y TAfF NAMED TO COUNCILBY being sold by Kelly supporters Ih

Y GOVERNOR BURNS in all parts of the state for tutsa
$1.00 each. I ,, ,1 r

Governor Haydon Burns named Miss Langford, now Mrs.
Wakulla County Sheriff W. R."Bill" Ralph Evinrudc of Jensen Beach, > e

Taff to the newly organ- Florida, and Tony Romanonow uTs
ized Florida Law Enforcement starring at Miss Langford's Out- '
Minimum Standards Council. rigger Restaurant at Jensen \ {/

TUCKER IN NATIONAL LIST The Council announced last Beach will fly to Lakeland Sat-
week that he recommended urday for the rally.A .
OF YOUNG OUTSTANDINGThe by the Florida Sheriff'sAssocia- singer and master of cere- r

tion and Florida Police Chiefs monies primarily, Romano it

Junior Chamber of Commerce Association.The also composer turning out w
of Crawfordvillj, announced object of the Council is such songs as "A Girl", recent-
today that Donald L. to study and establish minimum ly recorded by Frankie Lane

Tucker has been selected for Inclusion standards for recruitment and and "While You're Young", recorded -
in the 1966 edition of training of law enforcement of- by Johnny Mathis.

Outstanding Young Men of Am- ficers. Miss Langford and Romanc a 4r
erica. Tucker was nominated Named by Governor Burns to work together in entertaining

earlier this year by the Jaycee the Council besides Taff were guests at the Outrigger occasionally t
Chapter and has been selected Attorney General Earl Faircloth, with the latter furnish rJa
by a thirteen man National State School SuperintendentFloyd ing guitar accompaniments.THE ht 1

Board of Editors for the publication. Christian, Sheriffs Dale f I ., or.IAP""Iw" .
Carson, Duva Doug Blankenship, past U. S. Willis, Marion County; Reace '
Jaycee President ((1962-63)) whoIs Thompson, Monroe County; COUNTY ,
serving as chairman of the Chief J. P. Mullins, Tampa; AGENT'S CORNERBY
Board stated that selected Caldwell Pensacola les-
men were D. P. ; E.R. Wheaton,
between the ages of 21 ter Holt, Ft. Lauderdale; Willis County Agent
and 36 who 'had distinguished Booth, Clearwater.
I' The warm weather sunshine I
themselves In one or more fieldsof of the first part of this
endeavor to the point of being week certainly felt like springis Shown during a road conference held recently at the State Capitol are, left to right, Governor Burns, Rev A, It. Plckern, foster Clay
outstanding. WAfTULLA BANOUET HELD on the way, and the old itch and William B. Witt, all of the Panacea Chamber of Commerce Roads Committee The committee presented a resolution approving the

Outstanding Young Men ol of wanting to get outside and Governor's Southern 1-10 Route survey.
America is an annual biographical More than 72 parents and for
start turning some ground a
conpilation of approximately members of the CrawfordvilleCub garden was not felt by this wri- --'vi.wes-es- BISHOP MUELLER TO MAKE''
Id, 000 young men of outstanding Scouts attended a Blue and will
alone. Even
rank throughout the Gold here
Banquet Tuesday have more cold weather, this is
Nominees for the book 22 the CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH
country. night, February ,
the time to start preparations for Bishop Reuben H. Mueller,
come from many sources. How- School Dining Room. CHORUS TO SING AT
planting that garden. president of the National Council -
ever, the majority of the nom- Appreciation plaques were -
presented of Churches is scheduled to
Successful gardensare ,
inations are made by Junior to Highway Patrolman p
not accidental. They are Uf speak in Tallahassee while ona
Chamber of Commerce Chapters Charles Moore, district Scout
the results of constant speaking tour of Florida chur-
planning, Crawfordville High
and College Alumni As- Executive chairman of Wakulla
sociations.The County and Auxiliary Highway care and the will to make School Chorus, under the direction ches and communities early
Junior Chamber of Com- Patrolman Cpl. Chuck Deal for things grow. There are many of Skip West, will be this month (March).
factors which determine whe- The Rev. Dr. George A. Fos-
merce has long been active in their outstanding work In cub' special guests and participatein
ther or not a garden will or will of Lenten music to ter, Minister of Trinity Metho-
the recognition of outstanding scouting by the Crawfordville a program
not be successful. dist Church, Tallahassee, hasannounced
achievement America's Parents TeachersAssociation, be given at the Methodist
among Early Planning Consider the Crawfordville this that the Bishop will
men. Each since of the Banquet. Church in
young year sponsors size of and the speak at Trinity Church at 7:30
1938 the U. S. Jaycees have Speakers of the evening pro- your family amounts coming Sunday evening, March
of produce to be canned, 6 at 7:30 P.M. Congregational P.M. Monday, March 7. A
selected the ten Outstanding gram were William "Bill" Griffin ,
frozen, stored, or sold aswell as and choir specials by question and answer session con
YoungMen of America. Among scout executive of Talla- singing
that used fresh. Don't under i- a. ? cerning the work of the National -
the MYF Choir will also be IP .
hassee Scout 13
past TOYM winners are such Stephens, age estimate the work and personal ylr V Council will follow his talk.
a "life Scouter" of Tallahassee eluded in the program.It
famous F. ;
personalities as John
) I Mueller who is also
attention involved. Bishop ,
and O. E. Hendrickson is a real privilege to show
Nelson Rock- post-
Kennedy ((1946));
Selecta senior the EvangelicalUnited
master, Crawfordville. Choosing a Location I appreciation on the part of the bishop
Dooley( ); Hostesses for the evening festi- plot of good well-drained soil church toward the contributionthese Brethren Church, will

( ); val dinner were Den Mothers near a water supply. It shouldbe I young people display in be accompanied by Judge Wil-
((1945)) President Lyndon B. ,
: liam H. Manesof Jacksonville,
close the home for
con- withir
their leadership
Mrs. Glenda Sheller Mrs. growing
Johnson will write the forewordfor Peg-
member the administrativeboard
venience but should not be shad- the The vital relationship a
Deal Mrs. Rehwin- community.
the 1966 edition. gy Kathryn I av' Councilof
of the National
ed by tall buildings or trees. between the
kel, and Mrs. Helen Moore; all : com-
of Crawfordville. 4 Enclosing the garden spot with a munity in its social and politi- Churches and a prominent lay
fence is usually profitable.The cal aspects is tempered with a leader of the Methodist Church.
Garden Design Many religious consciousness. The All interested persons in the

gardens find it helpful to draw recognition on the part of the s#, area are invited to attend the
out on paper the location of church toward our young people program, which is one of several -

each row and the crop or suc- is a very positive deterrentto appearances being sponsored -
cession of crops to be planted. apathy and disinterest toward by the Conference Board of

U you plant tomatoes select the community life they are a Christian Social Concerns of
the Methodist Church.
those varieties such as Manalucie part of.The .

Manapal, Indian River, Rev. Jesse L. Baker, pas- Mrs. James Thomas Welch
and Floralou, all of which have tor of the Crawfordville Me- IMPORTANT MEETING OF
resistance to Fusarium wilt, thodist Church, cordially in- Miss Sandra Ruth Harper white Bible.
gray leaf spot, and early blight. vites the public to attend. became: the bride of James Wearing floor-length empire COMMISSIONERS MONDAY

Tomato plants are very easy to Thomas Welch at 7.:30 p.m. sheaths with turquoise lace Moody Pearce, Clerk of the
grow from seed but if you are Saturday in the Crawfordville bodices and chiffon skirts the Circuit Court, announced today
going to plant less than two dozen INITIATES First Baptist Church with the brides attendants were Miss that a representative from the

t sw plants it will probably be CHAMBER i I'' Rev. S. A. Coxwell officiating Ann Moore, Crawfordville, office of Economic Opportunitywould
easier to purchase plants. PROGRAM I maid of honor; Mrs. Jim Matthews meet With the County

Prepare a good seed-bed at The bride Is the daughterof Tallahassee, brides- Commissioners on Monday
u least 2-3 weeks before plantingand The monthly meeting of the Mr. and Mrs Franklin matron, and Mrs. Jerry Pope, March 7, in the courthouse. J

fumigation is good Insurance Wakulla County Chamber of I Clifton Harper, Crawfordville Wakulla bridesmatron. They Mr. Green of the OEO will explain -
to help control nematodes,, Commerce was held in St. and the bridegroom Is the ton I wore short Illusion veils. what programs that are

especially for tomatoes. You Marks Tuesday night February of Mrs. Irma E. Welch, Craw. II The bride's sisters Jennifer available to the CO\U1tyandwhat
should apply 2-3 lbs of Dolo- 22, at the Fisherman Restaurant I, fordvllle, and the late James ,I Harper Cindy Harper and is necessary for the county to do
mitic limestone 100
per square with Bernard Wilson, Thomas Welch Sr.Arrangements Jan Harper, were junior to take advantage of these pro-
feet at least 2 months before President, presiding.A of magnolia bridesmaids and wore pink grams.

WORK Of DENTAL CARD OF THANKSWe planting be (gypsumlandplastercan committee was formed to leaves with Dative greenery floor.length empire gowns All interested citizens of the
used Dolomiteif
MOBILE UNITDr. don't have 2 months before contact all civic organizations accented by scrolls of white They wore headpieces of county are urged to attend.
you throughout the County to start a formed the background for matching pink satin
wish to take this opportunity planting but Dolomite Is by for the establishment ofa
project candelabra with white All the attendants carried
W. A. Thomson eight
Jr. far the best.
to publicly thank those who ) bed in the
25 hospital county.
Dentist on Dental Mobile Unit Fertilize the garden with a 6- tapers Fan-shaped baskets, scepters of pink roses Mrs Catherine Poll Cincinnati -
thoughtful during our ask the Post
were so Members voted to
explains the care and cleaningof recent sorrow. We thank those 8-8 fertilizer at the rate of one to add addi- of white gladioli, chrysanthemums George Rawls Ocala. was Ohio grandmother of
Office Department
teeth to children. and smaller mums best man. Ushers were Glen
30 of Dur- the bride the bride's cousins
who brought food and flowers. pound per feet row. tional rural mail carriers due to ; ,
Dr. Thomson visited each We thank those for their prayers ing the growing season side dress the load increase out of Craw- were also used. White satin Miller, Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harper
school in the county Dental and words of condolence.We 2 or 3 times with the tame ferti- fordville. The also appointed bows marked the pews. Johnny Harper, brother of the and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Harper
Health Week, explaining care will be ever grateful.The lizer at the rate of 1-2 poundsper a beautification road The fitted bodice of the bride. and the bride's aunts and
of the teeth, diet, and also demonstrating 100 feet of row. committee to contact the neces- bride's floor.length gown was The bride's parents held a uncles, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
how to brush and Dill Council Family Two free circulars are avail- agencies to improve the appearance cut with a Sabrina neckline reception at the Crawford. Miller, Cincinnati Ohio Miss
clean teeth to students Grades able covering the above subject sary of State and County etched with Iridescent sequins ville Woman's Club. The ROM Miller, Cincinnati and

1 thru 6. NOTICESThe of Vegetable Gardening. They Roads. The gown was of bride's aunts, Mrs. George 1. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harper.
Dr. P. H. Smith, Director of are 'Vegetable Gardening W. J. Redfern, chairman of Chants ly lace and featured a Harper and Mrs. Raymond E
Health Unit The bridegroom's\ mother
County states that Guide" and "Crowing Tomatoesin the communications committee bouffant skirt with chapel- Harper, assisted Also assisting
many children received care Student Council will havea the Florida Car- the bridegroom held a buffet supper Friday
Vegetable length train were
during the dentist stay in Wakulla bake sale and car wash Wed- den". gave a report on his appearance scrolled Mrs. Randolph Casey night following the wedding:
before the Public Utilities Her crown was a sister,
County. Dr. Smith wishes to nesday, March 9. Bake Sale at Come by call the with N. c. Miss rehearsal at the Crawford-
o; County Commission recently and orchid of lace edged Jacksonville ;
express\ appreciation to all who I the Post Office and the car wash rill Woman's Club;
Office and these two Tallahassee
helped make this pointed out that he felt becauseof pearls and crystal beads and Linda Lawhon, ,
cess.Total. program sue- will be by the Wakulla County circulars will be mailed to you. the hearing the Telephone held a bouffant elbow-length and Mils Martha Turner, Following a brief wedding"trip

Number Teeth Filled, News office. and deliver. service would be an improve- veil of illusion. She carrieda Miss Jan Pearce and Miss the couple will be at. home
524; TotalNumberof Teeth Extracted We will call pick Ulto up ment of that in the past. crescent cascade of carnations Marilyn AUlgood, all of m Crawfordville. air, Welch
95;Total Number com- Please 6-3301. washyour car, and orchids with tulle CrawfordvineOiiMtown. is employed by Councfl Broth'

pleted treatment, 72; and Total WA and bridal; ,satin wt atop a guests Included ers. Inct .
admitted for Treatment, 102.


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: .- :- r- -----4 WAKULIA COUNTY

the Court of the County
Notice is hereby given that PLIANCE REPAIR, AND ELEC- Judge, Wakulla County, Florida coin operated dispensers nubs Board of County Commissioners of Wakulla County met this:
r the undcrsignetfj l ringto. en- TRIC BLANKETS ---------- In Probate. area. No selling. To date in Crawfordville with the following presents Willard Carter' ,

gage in business undythe fictitious CALL TERRY HARRIS, WO 2- I you must have car, references, Chairman; George Young, Vice Chairman; William D. Walker,

COUNTY NEWS- name of St. Marks Real- 2422, SOPCHOPPY, FLA. In rei Estate ofJ. $600 to $1900 cash. Seven to I Ralph Strickland, John L. Davis, Commissioners; Moody Pearce,

ty, P. O. Box 97, 6t. Marks, 2/ W. Willis, also known as J. twelve hours weekly can net excellent Clerk; W. R. Taff, Sheriff.
Florida, intends to register the W. Willis, Jr., monthly income. More Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved.Dr. .

Telephone WAlnut (-110IVinrlnit saldnarrii with the Clerk of the BUSINESS I OPPORTUNITY Deceased.To full time. For personal interview P. H. Smith, County Health Director, appeared before theI I'

1 Circuit Court of Wakulla Coun- All Creditor and Persons write P. O. Box 4185, Board and explained some of the services and duties offeredand

If ty, Florida.J. 1 Available and Canada.throughout A new the product U.S.A. Having Claims or Demands Against Pittsburgh, Pa. 15202. IncludePlone performed by the Health Department. as well as the Health Insurance -

Ben Watkins, which will sell itself. Our lineis Said Estate number. Program.
KtfKhtlry Editor Owner 100% a complete business within You and each of you <>rc here- Jtr,.2r24. ... Commissioner Strickland moved that the Board borrow $5,OOo. OU '
from the Lewis State Bank.
41-2/3,10,17. itself, no sideline investment by notified and required to presentanyclaims for tax assessment purposes motion -
'PublisherEntered Commissioner Young and carried. I
Fred K.Ihtl.y necessary. Space-age advance. I and demands FOR SALE 10" Bench Saw with was seconded by

Used by homes, hotels, farms, which you, or either of you, blades. Only used couple of The Civil Defense Budget was increased $150.00 on the motionof I
Florida with the
at Crawfordville. Strickland provision that there would bo .:
of Commissioner
government installations and may have against the estate J. Only $150.00.
OPPORTUNITIES times. the U. S. ,
At second data n .ttea Suburrip BUSINESS business. National Advertisingby W. Willis, also known as J. W. Reason for selling: Changed matching funds received from I
SPARE TIME? Company. Users may order Willis, Jr. deceased, late of and no longer need- Commissioner Strickland moved that labor be increased to $1.6:!

Linn r.,U. .:...$3.00.. ..per year... EXTRA INCOME! for ::13.95 per gallon delivered said County, to the County Judge ed.professions If interested, contact Jack per hour and that operators be Increased to $1.90 per hour andthat

Competent man or woman interested prepaid. of Wakulla County, Florida, at Griffis, Route 1, Crawfordville, Road Superintendent be increased to $375.00 per month and that
in making money now Exclusive Franchise. invest- his office In the court house of time be cut to 8 hours per day. The motion was carried on the second -
and In the future to refill and Florida. 1
I ment secured by fast moving said County at Crjwfordvillc, ? of Comm. Young, effective March 1966.
collect money from our new super moved that the State Board of Health be
inventory with a guarantee sell Florida, within six calendar Commissioner Davis requested -
HENRY WILLIAMS No coin soliciting operated original dispensers.accountsas agreement. months from the time of the first HELP WANTED to give Mr. A. B. Carraway $25.00 per month as expense i!

route Is established by us. $400 minimum 14758. publication of this notice. Two MALE OR FEMALE and it was so carried on the second of Commissioner Young.

REALTYReg. To qualify for profits and owner- 40 maximum investment.For copies of each claim or demand WANTED AT ONCE--Rawleigh The Board approved the vouchers before them and directed that '

ship you must have $600.00 to complete informationwrite shall be in writing, and shall dealer in Taylor County or Liberty warrants be issued in payment therefor.
10 call the of residence and further business coming to the attention of the I
$1900.00 to Invest and 6 to or : state place County. See or write D. There being no

Real' Estate Broker. hours wee k ly. For Interview Area Code 314-PE.9-0125 post office address the claim- C. Thrash, 1422 N. Blvd. Tallahassee i Board the same was adjourned. '
write Interstate Merchandisers, Franchise Sales Division ant, and shall be sworn to by the Fla. Raw- Clerk APPROVED: Willard Carter I
St. Marks. Fla.' Include 0-2 or write ATTEST Moody Pearce, ,
Rochester, Minnesota. claimant, his agent, or attorney Chairman
3024 North Lindbergh Blvd. leigh Dept. FA C 220 3, Memphis
Phone 741 phone. St. Ann, Missouri 63074 and accompanied by a filing foe Tenn. '
of dollar and such claim
one or St3317314721.
LEGAL NOTICESIn 7t217,24.33.10.l7.24.31.LEGAL .
demand not so filod shall be
The Circuit Court of thi void.

Second Judicial Circuit of Flo HI C. O. WillisAs FOR SALE: 1 Upright Piano,
Associate rlda In and For WakulL NOTICESIn Administrator of the Estateof good condition, $65.00; 1 Bur-

t. M. Hatcher Sr. County. At Law. the Court of the County J. W. Willis, deceased. roughs Adding Machine, $60.- FLORIDA STATE

Phone *4 : II' No. 447. Judge, Wakulla flo- 41-2/10,17,24,3/3. 00; 1 Smith-Corona Typewriter,
$ 1 17"
$50.00 TV
The Lewis State Bank, a Florida rida. In Probate.In Crosley ,
good, $45.00; or all for $200.-
corporation, re: Estate of 00 Box #/115 CrawfordvilJe
Plaintiff, LEGAL NOTICEIn ,
I' Mrs. Ola Tucker, Phone WA 63944.
If You Need. vs. Now Showln_
Deceased.To 3/3.
R. }J. Edwards, the Circuit Court of the Now Showing_
All Creditors and Persons Second Circuit of Flo-
Office Supplies Defendant. Judicial
[Having Claims or Demands A- CRAWFORDVILLE PARIS" Julie AndrewsAnnMargret
rida In and Wakulla "MADE IN
Office Furniture. Notice of Sheriff's Sale gainst Said Estate:
County. In Chancery.No. PERSONALSJack Plummer
Business Machines Christopher
I To Whom It May Concern: Youand each of you are here- 1370.

See or Cell Notice is hereby given that un- by notified and required to pre- Earnest LISENBY, Townsend visited Mr. and Louis Jourdan "THE SOUND MUSIC" .

RANEY WHALEY der and by virtue of a Writ o' sent any claims and demands Plaintiff, Mrs. C. L. Townsend, Jr., in
Execution dated December 14, which you, or either of you, VI.Fannie. Gainesville, Florida, last week
atCAPITAL 1965, Issued upon a judgment may have against the estate of end.
OFFICEEQUIPMENT rendered in the Circuit Court of Mrs. Ola Tucker, deceased Mae LISENBY,

CO. the Second Judicial Circuit of late of said County, to the Defendant. Capt. and Mrs. Walker R.

Florida In and for Wakulla County Judge of Wakulla County Order of Publication Modlin arc now residing at 1805
Florida, at his office in the Wendover Drive HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
319 South Adams St. County in the above styled STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Fayetteville, PERRY
cause, I will sell to the highestand court house of said County at North Carolina. The Modlins OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWY.
Corner E. Pen a ola best bidder for cash at the Crawfordville, Florida, withinsix Fannie Mae Llsenby, recently transferred from Lin-

T LLAHASSEE, FLORIDA door of the Wakulla County calendar months from the C/o Ed Boyd, coln, Nebraska, to Fayettevillewhere
Court House, in Crawfordville, ime of the first publication ofthis 2219 Johnson's Ferry Road, Capt. Modlin continuesto

Florida, at eleven o'clock A. notice. Two copies of each Atlanta, Georgia. serve with the U. S. Air Fri. G Sat. Today thru Saturday
M., on the 7th day of March. claim or demand shall be in You are hereby notified that a Force. The Modlins have two

A. D. 1966, the following des writing, and shall state the complaint for divorce has been small girls, Randil Lynn and Lisa "LORD JIM" "THE NANNY"and
cribed personal property, to- place of residence and post office filed against you in the Circuit Renee. Mrs. Modlin is the

1 wit: address of the claimant, Court of Wakulla County, Florida former Linda Eraxton. and
; and shall be sworn to by the "LADY IN A CAGE""CINCINNATI
e 1 D-2 Caterpillar Tractor, In Chancery. You are
claimant, his agent, or his attorney file Miss Kay Cogdill daughter of KID"
with front end loader. hereby required to (personally ,
1 International TD-14 Single and accompanied by a or by attorney ) with the Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cogdill and and. .
fee of
Dozer, and iling one dollar and such Clerk of said Court, and send a St. Marks, was in an auto accident DIEl! DIE! MY DARLING!
1 Martin Chopper. shall laim be or void.demand not so filed copy of the same to the attor- last week in Chattanooga "THE J :

Dated this 28th day of Janu- ney for the plaintiff, your writ- Tenn. and is in the hospi- CAVERNS"I I
I A.D. 1966. /Allton TuckerAs defenses, if any, to the tal there.
Executor of the Estate of complaint In said cause, on or
/sf W. R. Taff Mrs. Ola Tucker deceased. before March 21, 1966. Herein Mrs. Commodore Taff has returned -

Florida.Mt23.10.17.24.Sheriff,. Wakulla County, kt-2/l7.24.3/3"lO. fail nOL!, or judgment by default home from Tallahassee

will be entered against you. Memorial Hospital.Mrs. .
WITNESS my hand and the seal
; of said Court at Crawfordville, Wooten Smith spent last 0

DAVE HAMRICK Wakulla County, Florida, this weekend In Pensacola visiting

I S-T'EVE'REVELL 16th day of February, 1966. friends. SPECIALS !
(Official Seal)
Hank Creech ca me home Sat-
ROBERT H. RODDENBERRY Associate /sMoody Pearce urday from Tallahassee Memorial -

'BONDS Clerk Circuit Court, SPECIALS FRI., SAT., MON AND TUra.I .
Wakulla County, FloridaJ. and Mrs. Jim Harper had I

CASUALTY FHA FINANCING AT 6% H. HudsonP. guests from Atlanta, Ca. for

'MARINE I ANY TYPE HOME BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE O. Box 66Crawfordville the Mn.1.ildred weekend,Sikes their and daughter, '
Florida. sister,

'FIRE SERVING: WARIJIIA COWIY AND DIE CONSUL AHEA Attorney for Plaintiff. Mrs.They Sallie attended Belle the wedding Wessinger.of MAXWELL HOUSECoffee 2' 9 i

PHONE 877-3108 4t-2/17. 24. 3/3.10. Miss Sandra Harper and Mr.

YU4-2601 YU4-7435 W02-2194 Jimmie Welch on Saturday night
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 LEGAL NOTICEIn and returned home Sunday

TALLAHASSEE. FLA. ..N the Court of the County Mrs. Catherine Poli, motherof

LET US BUY OR SELL FOR YOU Judge, Wakulla County, flo- Mrs. Cliff Harper, left Tues-
rida. In Probate.In day for her home in Cincinnati.

re: Estate ofThomas She came to attend the wedding

.UON; A. Moore, of her granddaughter, Sandra .69c
Deceased.To Harper, and Jimmy Welch. .

SERVICE/ I R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME All Creditors and Persons

." Clean Out Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director Having Claims or Demands A- I Cubed STEAK 89c
oil gainst Said Estate: HENRY E. BRYANT. SR.

Repair Phone 697-3366 You and each of you are here-
*New Installation by notified and required to pre- Mr. Henry Edward Bryant CHICKEN AND [DUMPLINS) 24 Oz. CAN 49c

The Best For Less CARRABELLE, FLA. sent any claims and demands Sr. age 83, of Carrabelle, t

.:- which you, or either of you, died last Saturday afternoon ina
have the estate of Nabisco 90z. 49c
Telephone may against local hospital following a CREME PATTIES
:Tallahassee 877-1773 Thomas A. Moore, deceased, lengthy illness.R. .
after I SERVING WAKULLA( COUNTY late of said County, to the L. Riley Funeral for
/ ((5:00: p.m.! County Judge of Wakulla County Carrabelle was in Home of A. J. QUICK GRITS, Ib. 2 19c

charge of ar- .
-- --- Florida, at his office in the rangements.

--.- courthouse of said County at Funeral s e rv Ice
Tallahassee BucliMM Firm s were held
Crawfordville, Florida, withinsix Monday at 4:00P.M. in the Assembly Stokleys CATSUP, 20 Oz. 291
calendar months from the of Cod
Church. The
time of the first publication of Rev. Charles Carroll officiatedand
DIRECTORYPatornlM this notice. Two copies of each for 49c
claim or demand shall be in green burial Cemetery.followed in Ever- TOMATOES, No. 303 can;. 3

and shall state the
writing He was a native of Carrabelle
Then AdvtrtU place of residence and post office and a member of the Assembly Giant CHEER 75c''
of the claimant and shall
of Cod Church. Also, a retired
be sworn to by the claimant, commercial fisherman.
agent, attorney and accompanied Survivors' are his wife, Mrs. POTATOES, _5 Ibs.49c
by a filing fee of one dollar Maudie
F R M Bryant, Carrabelle 2
Little Folks Store and such claim or demand not so sons, Jack BANANAS :
Bryant, Apalachicola 2 Ibs 25c
ray O. I.
I t Int.I GRAMLING filed shall be void. and Henry Bryant, Jr. U.

FEEDSFlint t Majors"The for Capital's Minors" & CO. Katherine M. Ferrell, S. Navy 1 daughter, Mrs. SHOPLOCAUY I AND SAVE
Jeanette Brack
I Ckitdrtn'i Funitwrt Toy, As Administratrix of the Estate Tallahassee 1
,. Gam HobbUt Out-Stop Scrrict for of Thomas A. Moore, sister, Mrs. Mandy Massey,
River Mills Baby Aoetttonft deceased. Carrabelle; also 9 grandchildren PIGOTT STORE
133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry and 15 '
OU 41-2/24.3/3.10.17.
S. Monn j>h. 223.0274 .:,. : great-grandchild MEDART
Supplies ren.Pallbearers
were Edgar Smith,
Garden Tools
Bruce Carroll
-' I Robert Carroll
sol: Ada.f at jtX.L.ii.R. Donnie Mock, William Crum
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Baker-Alford t .. CreasingPhone i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS and Frank Smith.

222-4S12 I NAME LAW
11w "
Part H<*ut
Liffkt Wtigkt and Regale or tractor. Also for your power I that the undersigned, desiring AND CARRY '

Coiicrttf Block*_. I.mower boat.! and much for your to engage in business under the flU you have reached 65

Hanson, Wood and 208 N. 0 j fictitious name of PANTRY are not receiving social anion FORMERLY DURRANCE STORE
Adams St Ph. 223-3380 PRIDE, in the County of Wakul- or railroad security
Hoel Ind.; Inc. 1 Stone la, Intends to register said name and have not retirement benefits,
Capital Co.MARBLE signed
S. Adams St. at 4-PoinU with the Clerk of the Circuit now is the up for Medicare Shop Here For

'.T.l. 222.6840 P. O. Box satE 'late! 18:08: Court of Wakulla County, Flo- J'Frank White time, social for act-
rida. security -
manager In Tallahassee PARTS
--- -.-.----- BRONZE I FOOD FAIR STORES, INC., stated today. -
a Pennsylvania corporation, Further information \
MEMtjRIALS can be ob- -
I 7000 N. W. 32nd Avenue tained in person, by FEEDSEEDFERTILIZERSTANDARD
.., WWkxo/ mall, or by
E! real'e1" All Types Miami, Florida 33147 telephone from the SOCial

KM W. Gaines SC-j-TtL 2234)711) ,Aronovitz: Aronovitz I C Haver- \lity office In Tallahassee,sec-lo- OIL
Inc. Walter F. Biiehaa, Mgr. field cated at 306 W. Jefferson PRODUCTSWE

: ,1_".... sad BOII Attorneys 117 City National for Registrant Bank 3515.There The telephone number is 222 5t. ARE OPEN AND READY TO-SERVE.VOU

,y 4 I IL / will
" .214 8. Adam St..-T.l. 222-4680 Building at the a representative
J Jt. 25 West FLigler Street
Miami, Florida 33130 from 9:30 A.M. to 12'00; P.: PHONE NT*' 65501WAKULLA
4t-2/24. 3/3.10.17. Wednesday
i will be glad, March to 9, 1966.
I In any way 1 o+sible. You a

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McKEVZIE Joe Nicho 72
ELI last Thursday nlght tthishome. Kenneth Roberts of St. Marks

71-year-old He was a native of Wakulla announced that he will run for
County and School Board Member from Dis
died Thursdaynight lived here
tired farmer, all
trict No. 1
at Tallahassee Memorial'' life. Paulk. now held by Bobby .

Hospital. He was a native and Funeral services were held

lifetime resident of Sopchoppyand Saturday at 3:00 P.M. in the i isa
Otter .
a member of the Spring Creek Assembly of Cod VETERANS INFORMATIONSt. ;a
Church with the Rev.
Creek Baptist Church.Craveslde Roy Rochester -

services were hela officiating. Burial fol- Petersburg, Fla.
lowed M. T.
Saturday at 3:00 P.M. in San- In Old Field Cemetery Dixon, of the Florida
I, born Cemetery with the Rev. with J. A. Culley and SonsFun- ment of Veterans Affairs Depart
eralHome cautioned -
Wilder and the Rev. Em- in charge of arrange- *
Andy veterans
I ? today that
ments. A
mett Whaley officiating. J. A. less than months remained for
I and Sons Funeral Home Survivors Include his wife certain disabled
Culley Mrs. Daisy R. veterans to acquire M i 1WI
of Craw
was In charge arrangements. fordville up to $10,OOOof CI ins
Survivors include his wife, ; eight sons, Johnnie, ance. It
Mittle C. McKenzie, Sopchoppy I opchoPpy, Cordon, Crawford- The National Service Life Insurance I II
yille Panacea
; two sons, Varnelle and Bob Meddrt Noise, program, which reopened -
McKenzie, both of Tallahassee; Danville, Pat, Lake City, Franc! last spring, will terminate
two daughters, Miss Keturah Ark. Ned, Allen- May 2, 1966. Dixon all
dale urges
I S. C.
McKenzie, Sopchoppy, Mrs. Al- ,I and Cliff, Tallahassee veterans who are service con-
I Raker Crawfordville one ;one daughter, Mrs. Mag- nected, or are uninsurable I
lene ; gie Crum by
I sister, Mrs. Allie Syfrett, Sop- ther, Sim, ; one bro- commercial companies inves-
and 16 grandchildren. I Sopchoppy; one sis- tigate their potential eligibility
choppy; ter
I Sallie Carter, Craw- for this new insurance with the I t

/ I 62 fordville; 56 grandchildren; and VeteransAdministration, a Vet-
II I \ great-grandchildren. eran County Service Officer, or
I II this office H ,4j
at P. O. Box 1437,

St. Petersburg, Fla. before the
I termination date. _____





CHICK STARTER f\ FIRE TRUCK LEASE The Town of Crawfordville will get a larger fire truck for the town and for use in Wakulla County from the Forest

Service. The lease was signed recently and given to Willard Carter, chairman of the Wakulla County Commissioners, by Sam Lollie, for-

I est ranger. From left participants are front row, County Commissioners George Young and Ralph Strickland; Carter and Lollie; and the r
FEED back row, Moody Pearce, Clerk of Circuit Court; William Walker and John Davis. The new unit will be operated by the Wakulla Civil

Defense, American Legion and the Crawfordville Fire Department. ..
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CHICK GROWER CRAWFORDVIllE HIGH Jed Oliver, Richard Pelt, Dar- i

1! seraa7fa SCHOOL NEWS lyn Nazworth, Bruce Durrance, 1
Danny Hogue, Karen Harrell,
FEED Ye BY Wanda Metcalf Steve Posey, Marsha. Jernigan, I

Johnny Lilliston.
I Mildred Smith, Library Coun We wish to thank Mrs. Bobby ott I
cil's reporter, reported that they Posey and Mrs. Gary Council
I are sponsoring a drive to col- for the delicious refreshments lAt'bb

I lect paperback books to send to they served for our Valentine -' a.tf'J,
the soldiers in Viet Nam. The Party f

ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF Council's members have placed La ura Smith and Dwane Spark- G.J tif ,

i boxes in the courthouse, in the manhave birthdays in February.A o
I school library, and in several few weeks ago when we were

stores uptown, for your conven- studying about John Paul Jones, i?
FEEDSEED ience. The members have Debra Weiford composed the

volunteered their services to following poem about him: .4'4.1 w k _, I. ,. !.,, ,,' .
collect books, when asked, at John Paul Jones
FERTILIZERWE the homes of the donators. -a I
Who was the most famous seaman '
Anyone wishing this .
service may of all? I
call the home of Mrs. Lewis, twas r+fe" r
I after six o'clock, at WA 6- Why everyone Paul! 'V

ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY the 3611.council The are student responsible members for of And Johnny those famous words he spokeone : :by I I't. Hat

the idea of the drive ?
which Is ( c;
I one of the'worthiest "Sir, we've not yet begun to
. causes that '
RANCH ANDGARDEN students, in various clubs and Young fight.Johnny Paul Just wouldn't ,
organizations have
with this uj quit;
CENTER year.A He wasn't scared not a bit'! I
I committee of Student Council And when the battle was over
members was assigned tc
and done,
I2< W. G.!MI Street Phase 224-7197 provide the school with a "Codeof 'Twas John Paul Jones who had I

served on this committee were won.The Sixth Grade elected offi- FIRE DEPARTMENT AREA COVERAGE. I

Kathy Strickland, Marilyn A Ill- cers for the third six weeks per-
calf good, Jan Pearce, Wanda Met iod. They ares President, Stan CRAWFORDVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT

Diane Porter, Laura Jc Tucker; Vice President, Larry

codes Council and Danny Knight. The Posey; Secretary Patricia I HOLDS MEETING

71"Y- line for were students designed in their as a service guide- Moore; Treasurer, James Jones. The Crawfordville Volunteer Fire Department met Tuesday nightin

to fellow The February birthdays are I the Florida Power Loioige.
.'. :s' Y/ The beginning letter and of school. Rodney Davis, Diane Mathers Chief Hardy Revel showed the I,SOO gallon truck that was deliv-

',of ; .: ethic each John Smith, and Steven All. ered to the local unit Tuesday.
f> They spells Crawfordville High. bough. : The area for which the unit will be responsible has as its north
; aresConduct The class would like to thanl boundary line the Stiinghill Road and Bloxham cutoff to the ShadevilleSpring -
t. : i \: ourselves well at all the mothers who presented them 'i Creek Road on the east. The Lake Ellenarea and Homer -
;l1" ,-\ times. with a surprise Valentine party, Harvey's farm to the south. The western boundary will be In
R-espect others' property. and to acknowledge a nice let- I has set four quadrant areasI
; i the Aaran Section. The Department up
f : 1:>e.r 1 f i A-hvays vents. be courteous at all e- ter they received from Carolyn I i I headed by a Group Captain. Using Highway 369 or the Tallahassee -
: W-elcome Crussettwho moved from Craw- highway as the north-south line and Aaran Road and Lower-
iI'' criti fordville some time ago.It the east-west line.
1 f i".' cism. I Bridge Road as
F-ill the seems as though everyone is The quadrants are numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, with Group Captain Albeit -
I fs:k j'I rJ +t Offer need for improvement. traveling lately. The 6th Grade Moore, quadrant #1. This area includes everything east of

j, -t.. R-ealize assistance to visitors. I would like to relate to you their SRD 369 and south of the Lower-Bridge Road. Group Captain Max
., that concern for others trip to Central Asiai All aboardto Davis, quadrant #2. This area includes everything south of SRDi
Is the I |
'!,; D-emonstrate key to true happiness. South Central Asia. Our first i 369 and north of the Lower-Bridge Road. Croup Captain Cecil

good sportsman- I meeting will be in New Delhi, | Wright, quadrant #3. Tills area includes everything west of SRD
V-olunteer the capital of India. Here we 369 and north of the Aaran road. Croup Captain John Danilcs, Jr. ,
>nvest in our services. hope to view some of the thingsthe quadrant #/4. This area Includes everything south of the Aaran
knowledge. archeologists are finding out Road and west of SRD 369.
l-oyalty to our team. about India. Croup Captains will call on residents in their areas and explainthe
L-et visitors cheer their team. The Crawfordville Panthers program for the units.

E-ncourage honesty in all things. traveled to Rickards, Friday It was also voted upon at the meeting to solicit donations from

H-ave pride in our school. night, where they tried hard twin o I the people of the area to put the fire truck into operational condi-

l-mpress upon others the importance but the Rickards' Redskins tion. It was the opinion of the Department that if residents contributed -

of proper attitudes. rallied over themwith 78 pointsto $3.00 per year, which would amount to 25$ per month,
C-lve others a chance. the Panthers' 25 points. David the needed upkeep of equipment could be maintained.
H-eed the call for need. Wilson and Dusty Cook were Chief Revel called a meeting for next week of all members of
These ethics will be inscribedon top scorers for the Panthers. the Department. I

a plaque and hung in the hall They had 6 points each. __ I

27.01 MAR' !form 11 of the school. The Panthers JD'i were defeated -
Mrs. Howard's English Class but scored close to their "Sadie Hawkins Hoe d ow n ", BAPTIST CHURCH TO
has sponsored by the Junior Class.
just completed research opponents.
that papers This is a girl ask boy affair and OBSERVE SEASON PRAYERThe
were assigned at the

Need Personal Loan ? requirements beginning of the for six weeks. The Spring of next Holidays week begin, which Wednesday .gives- should all be reports.quite All entertainingfrom involved Crawfordville First Bap-
a each class dif- the students time
fered slightly in the formany holIday are quite excited In preparingfor tist Church will observe the Season -
amount of
words that .I festivities and money mak- the Hoedown, including of Prayer for Home Missions -
were neededto com- ing projects. To start the holidays Ladies and gentlemen and the Annie Armstrong
plete each sponsors.
paper. The students I off is a carwash and bake attending the dance are askedto Offering, next week, March 6-
TAX DEADLINE-APRIL 15The spent class time in the library sale, sponsored by Student come dressed in Little Abner 13, with W. M. U. and Brother-
for a week. This time Council. The
devoted was money earned at and Daisy Mae Style. Miss hood in charge of program each
to gathering materialon these
eventswillhelpthe Coun- Dix former C. H.S. teacher, day, as follows
their chosen topic, to be cil to send four delegates and a 10:00 A.M.
I will be asked to call the Virginia Monday Mrs.
'written down on index cards, sponsor to the Student Council Reel, and other Hoedown Katherine Strickland;
income tax deadline always has a way of creeping up later outlined, and then, in the Convention, to be held in Cape dances. Vittles will consist of 10:00 A.M. Tuesday Mrs.
student's own words, shaped intoa Kennedy. There will be cakes Mountain Dew andCracklin Thelma Jernigan;

report of 1,000 words, accord- and cookies, indlviduallywrap- bread (cookies). There will bea 7:30 P.M. Wednesday, The
even though you are aware of it. Are you 'down to your last Ing to grade levels. Topics ped, sold in front of the Post Of surprise entertainment, provided Brotherhood; .

I ranged from fashion designing fice. The carwash will be lo by anyone interested, and lfhOOAM. Thursday-Mrs.

; dollar"as a result of unforeseen emergencies, sickness, accidents the to the South.period of reconstruction catedbythe Wakulla County all hoedowners will sit on the a- Linda Coxwell.
Printing Office. The
price per vailable floor space, Including 10:00 A.M. Friday Mrs.
Mrs. Helms' 1st and 2nd grade car is $1.00 and small can, chaperones. Prizes will be a- Cherry.

or loss of work? If you need extra cash to pay your income classes ience last had an exciting exper- 754.Mr. warded for the most "Hillbilli-/ Everyone come and enjoy this
Monday. They made Pines 8th
grade history wonderful
est" girl and boy. There Is not fellowship and worship -
cupcakes) Some read the recipe class Is reporting on the
wars an limit, but boys and girlsare together with us.
tax, see us. A low-cost personal loan will let you absorbthe some measured, and some that the United States of Amer- age asked conduct themselves
mixed. Since her class has been ica have been in from 1812
up in an orderly faJiJon. Admission
studying fractions and until the
cost over months. in and talk over historically recent Korean prices are .35 stag, anc
a period of Drop your ments, Mrs. f Helms feels that conflict. The students
used .50 drag. Time will be from
such a concrete experience helps library materials, opaque 7:30 till 11)30.Crawfordville. competed with Greensboro Frit
requirements with us. You'll find us helpful and understanding. the students learn and remem- projector, pictures and maps in High School day night in the group tournament -

ber. concluding their reports before would like to welcome severalnew held In Havana. Flori-
"Moreover, it was fun and this class. Mr. Pine feels this students. They are Dar da. The Panthers were behind

L.EWIS STATE'' BANK'I tasted good, tool"' agrees the experience gives the students an Morris, 7th grade, from Pensa- with a score of 36 to Greensboro's -

; {participants.Fifth. insight of a teachers Job in try cola, Ray Anderson, 7th grade, 57 points. At the end of
i I I Grade News ing to get a point across to his Donald Anderson, 6th grade, the game, Eric Mathis led the

MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION I Congratulations to the follow- students at Interestingly as pos Patricia Anderson, 3rd guide, Panthers with 11 points, Don
ing people of )ur class for their sible. 1st Currie and Butch Taff followed
and DannyAnderson, grade,
J L ttlJdI.J perfect: attendance this terms The main event of the holidays from North Carolina. with 5 points each.WAKULLA .

Ipebble Mathers, Allen Pelt, accusing on the 11th, is a The Crawfordville Panthers r

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THURSDAT. MARCH I, nee I Vii '. ; FOR STATE SENATOR FROM ,5TH DISTRIICT CONFERENCE HERE NEXT WEDNESDAYThe evidence throughout of individual ''beaut1-1|

fylng" in conjunction with the
Announcing his candidacy for State Senator for the 5th District, "Whyt and Wherefore of Accreditation" will be the subject community-wide project.
which presently is composed of Franklin, Liberty, Wakulla. Gulf, discussed at the PTA District IH Annual Conference held on March .
I I and Gadsden Counties, is T. Drew Branchof Sumatra, having qual- 9 at Our Restaurant here In Chattahoochee. Pine trees, provided by the '
'MARCH OF DIMES' DANCE ified for the race Friday, February 25th, when he paid the necessary District III Is composed of Leon, Taylor, Cadsden, Madison, Jefferson Forestry Service, were plantedin
fees to the Secretary of State. and Wakulla Counties. the new part of the West Sop-
Saturday March 5. 1966 Branch is well known la the district, having been bom and rearedat The meeting will get underway at 9:30 A.M. with registrationand choppy Cemetery this past
8:00 P.A:. TIT Sumatra, where he now resides. He Is the son of the late GeorgeW. a get-acquainted period until 9:45 A.M. Coffee and pastries week. The Cemetery Committee -
and Mattie Branch. His mother before marriage will be served.
Branch Gregory the work. Those
Cratoforduflle' Women's Club was Mattie Gregory of Quincy (Gadsden County). He is married From 9:45 A.M. to lOt 15 A.M. will be used for the pledge of who supervised did the actual plantingwere

Music and has a daughter, Mary Carolyn, who is a teacher in Win allegiance to the flag, led by Mrs. Donald Brown, President of Wilmer Strickland, chair-
By! ter Park, and a son, Thomas Drew, Jr., who is employed by the Cadsden County Council; the devotional, by the Rev. John Bywater man of the committee; Warren
COUNTRY DRIFTERS Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as a bank examiner.The Rector from of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Quincy;and the "greetstags" .Harden; Robert Roddenberry,
others are engaged in the timber Cadsden County Superintendent of Public Instruction president of the Lions Club,
Music from the 40's g 50's Branch family i and in- business, live stock raising, Max Walker; followed by the Introduction of officers and county Kenny Strickland; Ernest Rod-
laws for s e v e r a 1 generationshave Residents. .
general agriculture, bee keep- denberry and Claxton Vause,
I.OO I per person beenwide-spreadthrough- Mrs. Nathan S. Rubin PTA I I ;
ing and school teachers. question and answer discussion .
out the 5th District, some of the Branch is engaged in Forestry, State President will speak at will be held from 11:55 AM to J* ___ __ __
clan earning their livelihood Construction, and bee keeping. 10:15 AM, followed by the 12:45 PM. The Men's Brotherhood of the
from the bay and Gulf by fish- Branch was elected to the transacting of district business I, A delicious seafood luncheon! Methodist Church held theirre-
ing, oystering, and shrimping; House of Representatives from until 10:45 AM. will be served at 12:45 PM, gular monthly meeting last
Liberty County and served 2 Beginning at 10:45 AM and with the speakertobe Dr. JosephW. Thursday evening, February 24.
I years, then was elected to the continuing until 11:30 AM, a Crenshaw, Director of Instructional Fourteen men met for a spag-
State Senate where he served panel discussion will be moder- Services for the Department hetti supper and program led by
TRADE NOW AND SAVE! two terms ((8 years), and retir- ated by Mr. Bob Beasley, presi- I of Education. the pastor following the supper.
i ed from the Senate undefeated, dent of Leon County Council. I The meeting will adjourned
I i due to the old rotation system. Topic for the discussion will be at 2115 PM. County Attorney Jewel Hudsonof
Former Senator Branch servedon "The Whys and Wherefores of I This promises to be a good Informative Crawfordville and his father
SPECIAL PRICES many Important committees I Accreditation". Panel members program on a timely were visitors to Sopchoppy last
during his tenure In the Senate, will be Dr. Lee Roberts, Co subject. All PTA members from Tuesday.
ordinator of Accreditation with the six counties are welcome.
Chairman of
them being I
among Mr. and Mrs. Earl Quantonand
the State of Educa-
Department Please inform the President
LOT NO. 1-- OPEN TILL 8 P.M.-LOT NO. 2 and Forestry Highways t Parks, Finance Public and Roads Tax- tion; Dr. Mildred Swearingen, Mrs. James E. Carry, 319 N., Ala.family, visited of Alexandria Mrs. Quanton'i City,
Professor of Education at Flori- Duval Street
Quincy If
ation, Constitutional Amendments you parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bun
Temperance, Welfare, da State University, who is plan to attend. She should be Simmons
and Came Fisheries.He chairman for Florida Elementary notified by today. It is hoped
is a Presbyterian, Sunday Commission on Accreditation for that at least two representativesfrom I
School Superintendent, and ar SouthernAssoclation: of Collegesand each school will partici- Mrs. Ethel Willis hasbeen visiting -
FROM OUR HEART adult teacher In the Sunday Schools; and Mr. Jim Diamond : pate. Luncheon'price is $2.25. relatives recently in We-
wahitchka.Mrs. .
School.In Principal of Chattahoo: I SOPCHOPPY NEWS I
It, announcing his candidacy, chee High School. Since school Sally Dykes is now residing -
We Thank You jIi' I he said: "I am running for the from accreditation is so important i BY Louise _C.. Sapp at her home in Talla-
elementary through high "
Senate at the request of many hassee.
327 N Adams LOT *Ph.1 2243211 For 41 Years ..'.- I, citizens throughout the five school, the district feels the The wonderful work of beauti-

of Business. counties, and through my previous need for much publicity on the fying the community of Sop- Mrs. Nellie Raker visited relatives -
legislative experience, subject. Educational Reporter choppy continues with exuber- in Medart and Crawford-
1965 Mustang. $2041 1414 s. Mons :.b. 22l.58M will endeavor at all times to from the Tallahassee Democratand ance and enthusiasm. The men viDe a few days ago.
Radio, heater 2 peed trammiislon. I protect and promote the Interest the Editor of the Chattahoo- of the community, notably those
low white. w.U Urea and I of all citizens of our district". chee News have been asked to be of the Lions Club, have diligently Happy Birthday to the follow-
mlliage 1965 I II! $199iNOVA
present. applied themselves to ing: Katrina McKenzie, Mrs. \
1965 II $1841 rut
4 door Chewy Station Wagon. with nice low 2 mileage door Hardtoo.ur, !. After a ten minute break, a I the task of setting out the trees J. B. Carley, Carl L. Revell,
radio, and shrubs along the streets of Jr., Fred B. Sector, Wanda
Fairlane $1741
:-doa.: erlr :::.I.r. .
mileage ONLY 2 DUMPS the community. From the entrance Darlene Crum, Ruth Sanders,
4 door. clean, ont owner low ,
1961 Chevrolet $841 LEFT '58 MODELS on State Road 375 tothe Wattle McKenzie, Thomas L.
2 door Hardtop t cylinder, l963lCorvair95.$741Panel Sopchoppy River, young dog- Crum, R. P. Revell, Nancy
standard aruft with radio *
h.ier CHECK OUR OTHER!: USED CARS with low low mllei ready wood and Juniper trees have Petrandis, and Susan Teresa
ALL HAVE BEEN REDUCED FOB to work and clean. WANTED been set out this past week. Hodge.Mr. .
1964 Studebaker $1141 OUR ANNIVERSARY SALE.
'', ton pickup, low ml1.. one 1964 Chevrole' $1641 Claxton Vause, Jr., town marshal
owner radio t buter. Real BOTH LOTS OPEN TILL S 00 P M Belalr 4 door VI with radio LISTINGS ON ACREAGE has become the leading and Mrs. Raymond Cat-
nice truck. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE heater and automatic tran.miI1963 lin
sloe horticulturist of the community returned home after
Corvair $1041. Famous OK Quality 1964 Spider. $1741 FROM S ACRES UPE by seeing that the trees and spending several days at their
CONVERTIBLE. Monte Good Orlando residence.
buy, 1-Year G-W a door with radio, heater and 4apeed shrubs have been properly watered -
truntmlislon. and cared for. He has
1959 Chevrolet. $541 Those who have returned home
LONG TRADES1960 Chevrolet $741
been assisted by several other from
4 door VI Belilr with radio Memorial
heater and automata tranimUlion. EASY TERMS Impala VI 4 door Hard Top STEVE REVELLPANACEA men in this important task.
with radio, heater, automatic Hospital are Mrs. Ted Roberts
Rouse able chair-
transmliilon. Red and white Faye and Myron Hodge.
finish. man of the beautification com-

mittee, states that more plant- I Mrs. Grace Patton will be
ing will be done in the near future patient at the Florida Medical

as long as money is avail- Center in Gainesville to com-

WHEN YOU TRADE AT able in the project. plete a testing program.HappyAnniversary .

The spirit of beautification is to Mr. and
I contagious. Tom Kemp, new Mrs. Robert Roddenberry, Mr.
manager of the Gulf Service and Mrs. Theo Rudd, and Mr.
Station at the entrance to the and Mrs. Clarence Sanders.

community proper, has remov-
ed the old can and other odds Mrs. Ruby McKenzie has returned
ALFORD MCCLENDON FUNERAL and ends from the triangle to home from New Otleani:
t give It a neat appearance. It after visiting her brother, Hen-
HOME may be feasible turn this spot drix Willis, who is a patient al
Into a public park. Several the Oshner Hospital there.

24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE boxwood hedge were planted in The Woman's Society oi
the triangular piece of land In
Christian Service of the
front of the Methodist Church. Sop-
and Crawfordville Me-
CHEVROLET The Rev. Jesse L. Baker, pastorof I choppy
PHONE 305-1161" Tallahassee" thodist Churches held a special
Fla., the Methodist Church, along I
at the -
one-day study Sopchoppy
with Mrs. Frank Jones, Henry
Church last Feb-
Jones, Mrs. Faye Rouse were
23 entitled "The Realmsof
ruary ,
instrumental In their planting.
!- Our Calling". The leader of
the study was Mrs. R. E. Rut-
land, Sr., from Macintoshwhere
her husband, a retired
Tallahassee Furniture Co. Methodist minister, serves the

.. workthere. Herenthusiasm and
vitality stirred those who came.A .
covered dish luncheon was

508 West Brevard St. DIAL 222.0226 served. Those present were
Mrs. Betty Levy and Mrs. Mar-
tha Davis of Crawfordville;Mrs.
'Ii Elsie Roddenbeny, Mrs. Norma
Rudd, Mrs. Certie Brown, Mrs.
Susie Roddenberry, Mrs. Juan-
ita Roddenberry, Mrs. Florida
Roberts, Mrs. Lydia Isler, Mrs.
Audrey Rudd, Mrs. Faye Baker,
YEAR STOREWIDE ?" all of Sopchoppy) and Mrs.
ONCE-A- Thelma Crosby of Greensboro.

i Members of the Womans Mis-

sionary Union participated in a
held at the First
\ "-.t.: study Baptist
Church in Carrabelle Monday,
February interesting program -
f loud' was enjoyed by all who
.1' went the Rev. and Mrs. O. C.

., Hall, Mrs. Mary Tucker, Mrs ,
'!'.r.: Bessie Kemp Mrs. George I
1 Tucker, and Mrs. Frank Law-

hon.The Sopchoppy Cemetery I

Sa Committee met Monday even-
ing, February 28, at 7:30 P.M.)
at the Sopchoppy Methodist
Church. Those present at the
meeting were Wilmer Strick
land, chairman; Mrs. Norma
Rudd, Warren Harden, Mrs. L.
Maths, Mrs. Faye Caraway,
and Robert Roddrnbeny. The

PRICES GOOD ONLY Committee procedure and discussed'rules the coming project of-

of setting out plants in the
THROUGH MARCH 9th new part of the cemetery.


'- STORE HOURS: 8:00: a.m.-8:00: p. m. Through MARCH 91h IN WASHINGTONRobert F. (BobMunroe, Conservative -

Republican candidate
for Senator la the now 5th Sen-
.to- atorial District of Florida, left
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I. today for Washington: D. C.,
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pcwi4. .
where he will attend a three-

t't: ,; ,' ., PRICES ON 'ENTIRE STOCK 1 day Security meeting Council.of of the the National American
r :
; SALE Legion. Included in the Itinerary -
... is a full day of military -
..: :.; -' 'j briefings at the Industrial

College of the Armed Force
which Is located: at Ft. Mc-
Nair. Mr. Munroe is one of fix
Florida Leglonalrres representing
Florida on The National Security -
Council.D' -


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