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: May 26, 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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Ralph Martin, principal! of r
I week the Museum the 'Old Fort' in St.
Within the next or two : at Jacksonville--Almost twiceas Crawfordville School, announces "
Marls will be officially opened to the public. many cases of German mea- that registration for

According to Virginia Newman, Director of Information of the sles have been reported in flo- children entering first grade this ;
Florida Parks Board, final work is being done on the exhibits that rida this year as in the similar fall in Crawfordville will beheld :
will the artifacts that have been found at the site.
display period last year, but the State Wednesday, June 8, 1966.
The realization of much work HONOR ROLL FOR C'VILLE Board of Healthsays this can bea One or both parents should
done during the past years by the I good thing."German. bring the child to the school at .
late Representative Bobby Russ FOR 5TH SIX WEEKS measles Is very 9:00A.M. for registration and

who Introduced the first bill to "A" Honor Roll mild," said Dr. Wilson T. Sow- an orientation program for par-

get an appropriation from State der, state health officer. "We've ents and children. The activity -
Funds for restoration of Castillode 9th Grade: Frank Rabenau. never known a serious case in will conclude at 11:00 A.M.

San Apalachee. 8th Grade Deborah Coxwell, children. It would be a good Parents are requested to bring

The first fort at St. Marks was Melinda Harvey.6th thing If every child could haveit fIe birth certificate and, if a-

built by the Spanish in 1679, Grade: Betty Green. especially girls, because the vailable, the immunization record -
hover, history dates that Nar- 5th Grade: Marsha Jcmigan disease becomes serious in later for each child to be enroll
vaezwlntcred in this area in 3rd Grade: Melissa Smith, Re- life if she contracts while
1527.F gina Oaks. pregnant. Her child could be parents and children affected -
; have flown this 2nd Grade: Michelle McCal- r
'e flags over deformed. This wouldn't hap- are urged to take advan- -i
fort, starting with the Spanish, listcr, Helen Wilson, Anna Wha- if she had contracted the tage of this opportunity to meet

then British, then the Indian Republic lilt pen disease 6IlIl'lierand became Im- the teachers, get some important +
of Muskogee, then the Grade: Patty Taff. mune." information, and spend a h (

Confederate States, and finally "A-B" Honor Roll The reason for the upsurge few minutes in the school. ;
the United States of America. F
far is the
nearly 800 cases so
With the efforts of the late 12th Grade Danny Miller, of susceptible

Bobby Russ and former Senator Kathy Strickland. growing children.amount The disease runs in THE COUNTY AGENTS CORNER
Luther Tucker, interest was focused 11th Grade: Leonard Bailey, about every -

on the Old Fort and St. William Cloud, Janette Poole. epidemic proportions The last nationwIde BYE R. Wheaton,
Marks, during the 1963 sessionof 10th Grade: Rhonda Bumette, three years. 1964. County Agent The Florida Association of Landscape Architects, Inc met in. Miami recently to complete
the legislature.The Barbara Raker. peak was in plans for a Civic Beautification Competition for Florida Cities. These will fall into four groups
Florida Parks board estab- 9th Grade: Line Martin, David Thus, there should be another Bulletin Service Available according to population. The competition closes December 31, 1966.

lished a marker denoting the Miller, Beth! Harvey.8th peak probably next year, Dr. The Florida Agricultural Extension On the plane steps, left to right, are E. S. "Bud" Reasoner, Secretary-Treasurer, of Bradenton,
site of Port Leon on the St. Grade Elena Combs, Bar- Sowder said. Service has available a Stockton Renfroe of Naples; Richard Johnson, Seminole, Vice President; jack O. Holmes, Tam

Marks, which was unveiled in bara Weeks. Scientistsareworking on and a Urge selection of bulletins cov- pa, Chairman of Publicity Committee; Charles Cullbreath, Tampa; James F. Griffin, Executive
1963 7th Grade: Cindy Russ. vaccine for German measles ering many subjects. These bul- Secretary, Florida Nurserymen and Growers Association, Key Biscayne, welcomes President Char

Later the Old Fort site was 6th Grade: David Thrown, Mi- it may be ready in about two letins are free from the County les R. Wedding of St. Petersburg, while Joseph C. Shaw, publicity co-chairman, South Miami,

brought into focus when work chael Council, Teresa Craw- years. already Agent's Office. You will find Mrs. Libby Sucarichi, Tampa, Mrs. Alice Smart, Leesburg (Director of Information) and John I.
was begun on the restoration ford, Kathy Harvey, Diane Ma- The medical profession information on ornamentals, Fritz, Miami, look on approvingly.
thers, Lorinda Nazworth, Marilyn has a vaccine against the
plans.Located. vegetables, gardening, beef cattle -
Nazworth Desmond Tucker other form of measles popularly
at the confluence of swine field crops, and
Eddie Whaley. known as Big Red Measles. CORPS OF ENGINEERS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE I
the St. Marks and Wakulla Rivers many other subjects.If .
inWakulla County, and only 5th Grade: Rebecca Posey, Government decline of this sources across report the county some- you would like to have a APPEALS FOR WATER HELPS RECRUIT TEACHERS 'GOLDEN PASSPORT'
Luther Rawls Pat
25 miles from Florida's Capi- Fagan. copy of any of these bulletins,
but the number of cases: ; of NOW ON SALE
tal City Tallahassee, already 4th Grade Jan Harper, Angela just call or come by the County SAFETY Tallahassee Florida State I
them has been a noted increaseof Evans, Cheryl Brimmer, Ray- slightly In so far this year is Agent's Office for your free co Employment Service Offices are
interest by tourists who are in mond Smith, Larry Wethering- than last year. py. We now have a good supplyof Corps of Engineers has appealed helping to recruit l,000teachers The new $7 Federal Recrea-
the area. ton, Deanna Jo Whaley. Due to the rising number of these bulletins, arfU If you to boaters and swimmersto for Jn National Teacher Corps, tion Permit a "Golden Pass-
Grades Townsend cases of Big Red, Dr. Sowder practice water safety at all port" to thousands of Federal
The newly built museum has as 3rd Jack want to know more about: specific J. D. Wright, Jr., Chairman of
its foundation, the foundation Gene Strickland, Cindy Strick urged that children who havenat subject, just let us know. times at Federally operated water the Florida Industrial Commission recreation areas -Is now on

the old Civil War Hospital that land, Dennis Worrell, Kathy had this disease be immunized. May Gardening Tips recreation projects and on announced today. sale.The

was in operation there during the Green, Cindy PIgott. Inland navigation streams under Members of the National Tea- wallet-size Is on sale
War Between the States.It i 2nd Grade Sonja] Council, May is a good time for propa- Army jurisdiction in the central] cher Corps will supplement, not at U. S. Forest Service offices
determined that this I Deborah Brown, Vicky Strick- gation. Cuttings of azaleas are Southwest. replace, regular teachers. They as well as at offices of certain
foundation was was still in good land, Randy Smith, Beverly lIfE[ GUARD CLINIC ready when bristles on this year's Colonel R. C. Marshall, Ar- will add extra talent and dedication other Federal agencies. It's

nough condition to be used 3owdy, Bill Harvey, Dennis SET AT FSU shoots turn from yellow to red- my District Engineer at Mobile, I in schools in disadvantaged called a "Golden Passport" because -
the foundation of the new e-I Tucker, Terry Posey.1st dish brown. This occurs during said that there were 27 water areas where better schoolsare of its color and the fact
Grade: David Gibbs, Craig There will be a life guard clinic this month and the next. fatalities in 1965 at five major desperately needed. Most that it's good for entrance to
seum building. Chambers Ronnie held at the University Union Cultivate, fertilize, and irrigate Corps of Engineers reservoirs of some 7. 000 designated Federalrecreat
Trails in the area of the museum Cowdy, Billy will work in teams one experienced -
will allow visitors to walk McCallister, Charles Carter, Pool, Florida State University in (1(if necessary) regularly. I cOMpared to 22 fatal accidentsIn teacher with one to on areas.
Tallahassee on Saturday, May Okra and Southern Peas shouldbe 1964. The Mobile headquarters Operation Golden Eagle is the
rthe bulwarks that Ricky Green, Royce Foiey, five beginning teachers.
around ea rn name given the drive to gain
Mike Mathers Oaks Rita 28, from 9:00: A. M. until sown now till the end of May. operates several reservoirs,
of the original fort. I Clay The experienced, or career
were part will be support for the to expand -
clinic con- program
This Control with the
P.M. proper including Lake Seminole in Florida -
Formal opening date for the I )urrance, Sally Bcgley, Naomi teachers, should have five yearsof
of the Land and
ducted the Tallahassee YM- but before and revenues
by insecticide, using any Georgia. Total visitation -
will be announced as soon Cheny. teaching experience or three
public I CA, American Red Cross, and pesticide--STOP-- THE to these reservoirs amounted with Water Conservation Fund. Money -

as possible. Florida State University Union LABEL to 12,445,300 at these projects the disadvantage and preferably from the sale of the permit,

THREE EXECUTIVE CHANGESIN free of charge for pool owners, Mid-May to Mid-lime Weather in 1965, Colonel Marshall a master's degree. The beginning along with other fees and rev-
enues, goes into the Fund. The
AREA BOY SCOUTS swimming pool managers, camp The Thirty Day Agricultural said. of teachers, however, need Fund is used to help States and
of swim- Corps Engineers reservoir
MRS. CARL IE HARRELL Weather Outlook for the period only have a bachelor's degree
ming facilities and life guards. rangers patrol the lakes to furnIsh governments meet urgent
Tallahassee Three mid-May to mid-June for South and'an Interest in teaching or
major outdoor recreation needs and
Panacea The objectives of this clinicare warnings and assistance as to
Funeral services fo Alabama and children in -
executive Southeast with
for the working
changes Su- Georgia, poverty
needed acquire other Federal areas for
teach and available de-
to lifeguard qualifications are to
Mrs. Carlie M. Harrell, 69 wannee River Area Council Northwest Florida issued by the areas, Wright said.
Boy : recreation authorized
health and monstrate safe and as by
+ boating
were held at 4 P.M. Monday, Scouts of America, were announced Weather Bureau Advisory.Agricultural All teachers selected will receive Congress.
from the Bethel Primitive practices for facilities bath- swimming practices and lifesaving
Baptist by Dr. James F. Meteorologist, Georgia free pre-service trainingfor "
The $7 olden Passport" will
ers, legal liability guards and techniques, Colonel Marshall -
Church at Panacea. Station weeks
Carr, Council president.: Coastal Plain Experiment eight to ten during
admit the '
Elders Emmett Whaley and Cor- George R. Myers, director of management, crowd psychologyand Tlfton, Georgia, May 17, stated. In order to reach which they will receive a weekly in his car purchaser to designated and everyone Fed-
I behavior problems, techni- more individuals in the vast influx -
tez White officiated for the services field service for the National 1966. stipend. Later they will receive
with burial in ques and methods of lifeguarding I are expected to of water recreation seekers the eral recreation areas where an
!!, following Capital Area Council WashIngton Temperatures the same pay as regular -
the Panacea Cemetery'under the D. C., was announced special problems at swimming i average above normal over all during the warm weather, the school teachers with whom entrance fee is charged. The
I him self covered
direction of McClendon Funeral I a. the new Council Scout Exe- pools, special problems at of the Tri-State Agricultural A- Federal agency cooperates they work. I'i purchaser
Home. ''I cutive. camps, first aid skills, demon- rea during the next 30 days. wholeheartedly with water safety Further information and when entering these areas regardless -

She was a resident of Panacea Myers fills the vacancy left by strations and practical work for Dally mean temperatures should promotion groups in their efforts cation blanks may be appu-I I well as when of how entering he travels otherareasaotnormallyaccessible as

and a housewife. A native andr I, the recent resignation of David lifesaving. average between 73 and 79 degrees to reduce drownings. at any office of the Florida !
lifelong resident of Wakulla II U Liles of Tallahassee. He will Persons attending must be over Dally maximum tem- The organizations include Employment Service. by
County, Mrs. Harrell was a I'' assume his new role as the head I 16 years of age and must be responsible peratures are expected to aver- Chattahoochee Valley Safety tions: should be submitted by car. Recreation area*where the
be tied for
for his lunch. Council and the U. S. CoastGuard permit can entry are
foundersof own
member and one of the professional scourer for this age between 82 and 90 degrees May 31.
i administered the Forest Ser-
Interested should Auxiliary and U. S. Power by
the Primitive Baptist Church. : North Florida and South Georgia persons contact with afternoon temperatures
Survivors include her husbandthe I district June 1, Dr. Carr re- : their local Red Cross chapter reaching 96 degrees on 1 or 2 Squadron. Other organized vice, National Park Service,
; for further information. groups with water safety aims Fish and Wildlife Service, Corps
Rev. Tom Harrell of ported.Dr. days during the period. Dally TOLD
are urged cooperate, Marshall'said. : Engineers, Bureau of Recla-
cea; five sons, Fred Can also announced the minimum temperatures should '
mation Bureau of Land Man-
Harrell R. W. Harrell, Bartley between 62 and 68 de- ,
William Griffin :
resignation average
and FUQUA INTRODUCES The District Engineer particularly Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. White agement, and the Tennessee
all of Tallahassee
Harrell, of Tallahassee the district Scout grees.
cautioned boaters not to of Medart announce the engage- I Valley Authority.The .
Harrell stationed in LEGISLATION Rainfall for the period mid-
Sgt. Jimmy executive of the Leon Wakullaand
of their da ughter Rhonda Is until
overload their craft. Adequate ment permit good April
Mrs. Gen- Is -
six daughters mid-June expected
Korea; Panacea Mrs. Franklin counties district. Congressman Don Fuqua said May from to freeboard should be maintained Lee, to Pfc. Frankie D. Bright, I 1, 1967, and may be used over
Barwick to place place
eva Griffin, district executive for that he had vary all of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. and Also avialableis
Liberal Kansas today introduced legislation between 2.50 at times to preclude being son I again.
I but should
Juanita Mrs. Jackie ,Vause, Panacea, two and a half years 1 is resigning other which would preventthe I and 4.50 inches average occurring mostly swamped by the swells caused Bright of Chespeake, West a dairy permit good for one
effective take
Mrs. Bernice Nix,.Orchard Hills, July to .- collection of entrance fees as showers and thundershowers by passing craft, he stated, and i ginia. Vir-I day only ft costs $1. The permits
employment in Tallahassee.The at U. S. of should be allowed Miss White is employed at do not
Georgia Mrs. Louise Tryon, third Corps Engineer projects II on 8 to 10 days during the per- passengers never cover special user
and Mrs. major change announced such as Lake Seminole. to ride on the bow decks Lewis State Bank, charges' such as fees for guides,
Tallahassee Faye by Dr. Carr was the employment A recent directive from the iod.Sunshine of small boats unless protected Florida, and Pfc. Bright is stationed I boat docks and the like.
of Orlando three broth- the period is
Vaughn ; of Jerry Holt as the district Secretaryof the Army announced I during about 70 I ty a railing. Boat operators at Fort Gordon, Georgia. I
D. W.
McKenzie to
W. E. Scout executive for the new expected average I
that entrance fees would be with should! maintain a careful and The wedding is planned for
and R. P. McKenzie of possible no per-
McKenzie, Chadasega and Cadsden districts. charged at these facilities percent I constant lookout for swimmers Monday, June 6th, at Friendship I
and four sisters of extended cloudiness.Soil
all of Sopchoppy That district includes the Florida iods
ginning on May 30. be-I the in their boat's path, he cautioned Primitive Baptist Church, Me- SHERIFF
Viola Clements, High and liberty temperatures during TAFF GETS
Mrs. counties fo Gadsden
"We do feel dart at 7:30 P.M. Friends and
not that ,
Springs Mrs. Audrey Rudd, and the Georgia countiesof next 30 days will continue to coon AUDIT
swimmers and campers should Percentage-wise swimming relatives of the couple are In- I REPORTSt'tAuditorErnet
Lola Bates reaching averagesunderfourinchesof
Sopchoppy, Mrs. Seminole and Decatur. rise slowly
San- be charged a fee at undeveloped bare soil between ranks far be low boating and fishing vited.
and Mrs. Oma
Fort Myers, Liles resigned recently to accept -
sites along the 95 acres in in the number of particIpants checked Ellison
Ohio. 80 and 90 degrees. the
of Toledo, a the Su-
ers new position 24-states which would be cov- but accounts for a higher accounts and reCords -
Serving as pallbearers were I wannee Council as Director of ered undcrthis proposal," Fuqua percentage of water deaths each Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keightley TaU for of Sheriff W. R. (Bill)
Carl Harrell the
Steve Harrell, Development.Myers is and last weekend period from 1
said. year May a particularly Greg spent at, 1964
Fletcher Harrell, Tillman Rudd, i the new Council executive He said that they would dangerous month for swimmers, Dog Island. to May 31, 1965, andYre!
Everett McKenzie, Carl McKenzie started his professional difficult to collect and prove HOMECOMING AT according to records of the ported X18 they were wen Jcert.Je .

and Frazier Martin. Scouting experience as a field ,I burdensome to both the prove Corps PENTECOSTAL CHURCHThe Georgia State Came and Fish Mr. and Mrs. George Gibbs, report added that all colons -
Honorary pallbearers includedthe executive in Virginia in 952.He I and the public. .Commission. David C Donnle spent last week- of ftcord were accounted -

Rev. C. R. Kllgore, the is married, and the couple Fuqua pointed out that a number Colonel Marshall said that the end in Augusta, Ca., visitingMrs. for; staJldard accounting forms
Rev. Orren Simpson, the Rev. bal one son. of Congressmen had introduced Tower Pentecostal Holiness Mobile Etstrict will participate parents. were used; property records were
Roger Wood, the Rev. Nat Ward, He is a member of the American similar measures. Church of Crawfordville will celebrate In National Safe Boating Week, tept as required by law; and
the Rev. Melvin Herndon, and Legion, Elks and has been ,I their homecoming this July( 3-9. budgewero properly prepared
Eddie Norman.Mr. ve in school and communitywork I Sunday, May 29. and followed.

In his home city. He is a Dinner on the grounds will beheld Sheriff Directors of the
I member of the Baptist Church NOTICE' after the morning worship Mr. aid Mrs. Smith visited Board' of of the Flori

and Mrs. Kit Tucker havea and has served as an usher and service. The church Is located Mrs. Smiths uncle la da Sheriff' Association, along

new baby girl, born last Sat- Sunday School Teacher. Mrs. Richard Cowdy announces that vest of Crawfordville on the Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bergman Cherry Lake last Thursday. fithhisdutUs, has lad an ICt-

urday. The Tucker's are former flyers is a teacher in public the ASCS Office in Crawford- Aaron Road. The public Is cordIally from St. Petersburg: were guests Mr. in Florida SherLuV
residents of Crawfordville I chools. vile will bt closed from May. invited to attend. of Mr. John Paulig several days l visited Fred Carlan from Atlanta toys Ranch near Live Oak.

but now live in Hawaii. 16 thru 30. last week. I Smith Mr. and Mrs. Henry
'I'.I a few days last week.

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In the Circuit Court of the Second -

......_ WAbt1311. Judicial Circuit, In and w
For Wakulla County,'Florida.
In Chancery.
Terry Norris Davis. N

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r E. Langston, Lonnie Dispennett

Entered at CrtwfordvllU.! Florida. and Margaret Ann Dispannette, I

M second claai matter. Subltrlp Defendents.: l1I
I tion rg9vLQU\! per year! J ti'OTICEg'll' T. .

TOt Lonnie Dispennette .
Margaret Ann Dispennette
2713 Chevy Chase Drive

Montgomery, Alabama I ,
I Youare hereby ordered and required I e
to serve a copy of your ,
REALTY answer or other pleadings to the ra I Krh inner Carrui\e Kihhen" for limn Cranford

complaint filed .1 / I in.an,1 Decorative laminated plastic a product I
against you in I"A kitchen that j is fun tu work in. fun to live of modern
the above court on plaintiff's Wesley T. Marienthal, mechanical engineer from Livonia Michigan : : declares Designer Mirvin nlhnth technology according lo the Decorative I.aminatt'
Reg. Real Estate Broke torneys, Clyde W. Atkinson, walked off with top honors In a recent modeling contest In Toledo AID reliving of his Lil hen: designed for Miss Joan, Crawford Section of the National Flectrical Manufacturers

St. Marks Fla. 515 East Tennessee Street, Tal- Ohio, with this highly detailed replica of the old caboose In which I "..ills for a harry lomhm.ilion of niatcri.ils' Association. is able to withstand the inevitable knicks
lahassee Florida and eight men met In secret In 1872 to form what was to become the ( tlciDr.itno laminated and scuffs that busy cooks impose on it. The dense
Hayward this high-prissnrc
In idsc
Phone 741 V. Atkinson of Atkinson C Atkinson largest union of operating railroad men In the country the Brother coordinated with ,I.lnlc'Icel and nitural material resists cigarette burns, and stains from alcohol -
hood of Railroad Trainmen. Marienthal, who spent 250 hours on his plastic "(.image! Kitchen' ,it the and other substances It is easily cared for with
400 North Adams Street wood to cieale u striking!
,, detailed Interior.
brake and a completely occasional
model, Installed working gear New York just soap and"wuteror.an mild abrasive
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES Tallahassee, Florida, and to The contest, sponsored by the BRT. will reach a climax this Augustat Nation Design C enter in chosen according to Mr. soap such as Bon Ami' or Lava to remove superficial I
file the original in the office of the annual convention of the National Model Railroad Association in I animated plastic was to the contoured stains,

Associate: the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Cincinnati, where some 100 models of the caboose are expected to Culhreih walls und because curved counters of its adaptability and cabinets It also provides The Joan Crawford kitchen Is one of the "Ten
Crawfordville, Florida on or vie for top honors I Dressed Rooms" at the National
]. ty 'Hatcher, Sr. before the 28th day of May, A. the durability for Crawford carefree living! and the beautyfor Best Design CenterToday
star such as Miss
Phone WA 6-3201. D. 1966, otherwise the allegations -

taken as confessed by you. RACING BEGINS MAY 27
Dated at Crawfordville, Wa- 1
If You kulla County, Florida, this 21st Y Flame STATE
of Monticello Preparations for [ ] Miss Blue p- -1
: day April, A.D. 1966. Monticello's greyhound racing S
I' Office .Supplies Moody Pearce season swing Into the stretch this v yx
Clerk of the Circuit
Office Furniture I Wakulla Florida Court week with the arrival of hundreds !'JQ

Business Machines Byi /,/ County Beatrice, DuggerD. of the sport's swiftest dogs. GBy thru SaturdayRock
The track its season on
SH CaD thru
or C. May 27.Fourteen. Hudson Today Saturday ay

.i RANEY WHALEY Clyde W. Atkinson kennels have been Mary Whitman Claudia Cardinale 'DRACUIA'"BLINDFOLD"
515 East Tennessee Street signed by Victor Japour, direct "Far out the sea is as blue as
atCAPITAL Tallahassee, Florida or of racing, for this season. cornflowers ." the story begins. and
\ OFFICE and The list of kennels The little mermaid who wantedto
live in the world has helped "THE PLAGUE OF
EQUIPMENT CO. Frank Athanasaw Rock
Hayward V. Atkinson, of ,
I Atkinson C Atkinson Oscar Evers, Fred Bock, Har- make Immortal Hans Christian children. The THE ZOMBIES"PERRY

319 South Mama St 400 North Adams Street mon and Nasser, Bill Mosier, H. famed Danish among storyteller, as many

Corner E. PenaacolaTALLAHASSEE Tallahassee, Florida F. Herndon, Mulberry, H. High- youngsters know, is honored by a
Attorneys for Plaintiff house, Pot Luck, D. E. Rowe, shimmering statue of a mermaid
FLORIDA 4t-4/23,5/5,12,19. Rushaway, F. Whitehead, Ed who perches on a rock In the blue

Souza. waters beyond Copenhagen. HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
Highlighting new facilities Andersen's stories have tho
LEGAL NOTICEiIn 1 Is one of greyhound racing's quality of being forever remembered OUTDOOR ON WOOOVILIE HWY.
after having been read once.
most modern clubhouses -- a
the Circuit Court of the Second plush, red-carpeted, glass-en- Many are melancholy some are r .
DAVE HAMRICK Circuit In and humorous and quizzical. All are
Judicial : closed structure that fully air- CHICAGO Miss Blue Flame
For Wakulla County, Florida. poetic and have won a place Today thru Saturday
conditioned.Fans the children's litera pins a convention badge on T. H
INSURANCE AGENCY In Chancery No. 1381. will also view a number ture among of the great Slade, Sr. president of the National .

Keats Arthur Washburn, of other fresh innovations.The Each story ages.is told in vivid styleI LPGas Association. Slade, "ROBINSON CRUSOE Thursday, Friday G Saturday"MALAMONDO"

AUTOMOBILE Plaintiff, 14 kennels, bringing theU I I and in a simple vernacular that president of Slade Gas Co.. of "l MARS"and
vs" DIVORCE top stars in almost daily, will I broke with the literary traditionsof Starke, Florida, presided over the ON
BONDS -- have total of than 700 his When 35th annual convention of the
Verba M. Washburn a more day a story begins,
1 NLPGA, held in Chicago and attended "RETURN OF MR. MOTO"
CASUALTY Defendant. greyhounds quartered In Monti- "Far away, there once lived a king
bv more than 4.000 persons "HEROES OF TELEMARK:
cello throughout the season. with eleven sons and one daughter
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION ." engaged in the production, transportation "TOWN TAMER""MARRIAGE
MARINE Steve Andris, president and children can sense the and
TO: Verba M. WashburnP. general manager of the track, enchantment of a tale of soaring and distribution of liquefied i
I petroleum and gas fired ON THE ROCKS"e
FIRE swans and thorny nettles. Thereare .
5126 have
O. Box Monticello to
said expects appliances to more than 12.000.000 ,
lessons to share In fables like
PHONE 077-3108 Augusta, Georgia the keenest racing In Its history."W The Nightingale, when "Once, customers for 1600 different uses. I
You are hereby notified that a are looking for our best
I long, long ago, a strange and
,1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 till of Complaint for Divorcehas year, said Andris, "In every wonderful thing happened to a certain I
been filed against you, and way. Certainly, fans, should emperor of China" A reader __
TALLAHASSEE. FLA. you are required to serve a copyof find our track a much more enJoyable long remembers a Journey to the
> your Answer or Pleading to one. And the quality of land of the snow queen, or the -
the Bill of Complaint on the racing should match the bright story of the tin soldier who fell in
plaintiff's attorney, Honorable lookwe've strived for In our new love with a paper ballerina doll. *
SPARE TIMEa INCOME Richard O. Mitchell of Mitchell facilities. Where did the stories come oE.
Refilling collecting money S Mitchell, 103 North Cadsden from? Andersen drew heavily on
from :NEW TYPE high quality Scandinavian legend and folkloreas
Street, Tallahassee, Florida, .
cols operated dispensers in this well as on his own observations.
and file the original Answer or
rise*,' No' selling. To qualify Between 1835 and 1878 he wrote ,
Pleading in the office of the
you must have car, references, 168 stories in all. :Today his work
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
WOO to $1900 cash. Seven to has been translated Into more than
efore> the 13th day of June, r
twelve hours net eighty languages.
weekly can excellent
1966. If fail to do so, WAKULLA GARDENS +
income. More you It will be good news to fairy
;time.monthly For personal inter- Judgment by default will be taken LIQUIDATION SALE tale collectors to know that a collection -
\ against you for the relief of Hans Christian Andersen -
write P. O. BOX 4185
.vtevr demanded in the Bill of Com- We cordially invite all Wakulla favorites has just been prepared I
.'. PITTSBURGH, PA. 15202. In- pla Int. County residents to our Liquidation in a tween.age volume for

elude ltP-S/26.phone number. DONE AND ORDERED atCrawfordvlUel Sale of lots in Units I and 8 to 12 year olds, by Whitman I TRADE NOW AND SAVE! !

Florida, this 9th IV, June 11th -- 12th; sale start- Publishing Company of Racine
11:00 A. M. Lot Wis The new book is to be foundat
966. ing prices
starting$250.00, 5% down and variety stores everywhere. I
/Moody Pearce
FOR SALEi 3-bedroom modem Clerk of the Circuit Court $10.00 monthly. Approximately If the household no longer has SPECIAL

frame house on school bus rte. Byi Beatrice Dugger, D. C. 85 lots left (inside and highway dogeared it may be copies time to of restock these tales the PRICESI
Inquire at Gangway's CITCO interested
'tRichard: O. Mitchell frontage) Anyone home library shelfMINUTES .
service station 3-1/2 miles north Richard O. Mitchell of : prior to sale time may contact I r
I of Crawfordvllle $5500.00 Mitchell C Mitchell Joe Harlan, c/o Panacea Dev.

103 North Cadsden Street i Corp., P. O. Box 7, Panacea
Florida Florida Phoie No. WA6.772
Tallahassee, ,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. S/19.(Crawfordville). .I.II TAKE THATVACATION 1414 S. Monroe LOT # A 333.MM

I 1963 Chevrolet $10952.dool'

VI with stick shift and
.; Tallahassee HiulncM Firma heater

: OF WAKULLA I IN STYLE!I 1963 BUS. air Volks Big Buy.. $995

26, 1966 No need to put up with an old 337 N, Adams Ph 134-3311 VI standard tranimlulon, 4
tal' when you tan take that v. door icdan.
Board of Commis- cation In on* o( the.. like 1964 GMC 1963 FORD $995thin
The County new carl. .ov $1295 .
These Advertisers sioners of Wakulla County mtt ,. Slop instoday ands hear W ton pick up truck, clean, on* 4 door VS sedan with automatic
this date in Crawfordville with how you can drive one of our owner trinsmlulon, radio and heater
the following present: Willard OK used can for your very own 1964 Chevrolet $1495 1961 FORD. $495

II Carter, Chairman; George VS 4 door Eclair Sedan, radio 3 door 6 cylinder with radio.
heater, automatic tranimlulon. healer, and automatic transiSsf
frRM I Young, Vice-OalrmanjW1Uiam; clean one owner
row Little'I Folks Store, .0. I. GJRAMLING I D. Walker, Ralph Strickland, '64 Volkswagen. $1195 Chevrolet. $995
lac. and John L. Davis, Commissioners 3 VI heater
I door radio, healer, one owner 4 door Station Wagon
,1 FEEDS "The Capital'sMajors for Minort"CAiUrnTf & CO. ; Moody Pearce, Clerk; BOTH LOTS OPEN TILL Sea Pit 1963 Chevrolet $1395 ind automatic
I Taff Sheriff and H. FOR YOU COHVZN1&NCZ 1964 Pick, Ir.namll.lon294
Funutur, Toys, e : W. R. ; J. 4 door radio l !heater, factory air
Oamti.o66i OM-Stop Srrk for I Hudson, County Attorney. Famous OK conditioning low mileage, one. Ford 6 c1II1d.rh low. ,idles'owserr
''# Flint River Mills Baby Aoetuontt Feed-Seed-Fertilizer i The minutes of the last meet- Quality I B truck"roai.'rolm, r'dloop
tH* s. Monroe .Ph. 133 N. Monroe St Ph. 2221146BakcrAlford : ing we e read and approved. 1-Year G-W Warranty ONv''aN1ar00rci':
323-0274 '---- '- .
: : I Poultry Supplies ; Motion by CommlssionerWal- LONG TRADES-

... Garden ToolsSo. I ke: to invest the $500,000.00 EASY TERMS Famous OK Quality1Year
I loan from the Secondary High- G-W Warranty
v'' .Adana at'CA.LR.R.Cro.q way Trust Fund in minimum
.. Co. I saving certificates failed for LONG
:t' Phone 222-4812 lack of a second. EASY TERMSALFORD
uTk Partt Ijoiue"Anything I Mr. Walker moved that the

for your auto, truck t i $42.06 owed the County by the
t' 'Ltakt Wtiekt' wul! Rigular or tractor. Also for your power estate of the Late Julius Duggar,
-r, j Jawnmoww, and much for I you ARE aETrra orr sy ru
CtkertH plonk FOUl. former Tax Assessor of Wakulla DI AN ALIORD CAl,
Hanson Wood and 208 I County, be written off as un-
N. Adam 8U 1'\1. w.USOL collectable. The
I motion was
Hoel Ind.; Inc. i duly seconded and carried.

S. Adami St. at Points I ; The Board approved the vouchers
,Tt|. ,22240.p, 0 Box Ml before them and directed
t that warrants be issued in pay- .

s ment therefor.
There being no further business i

coming to the attention of the

i v'Yeagtr I Board, the same was adjourneduntil
s + May 23rd, 1966, at the.
lac hour of 9:00 o'clock A.M.

Ir l Approved Willard Carter,

..... Chairman
'; .,...,.."..*w'BOII, .
Attest Moody Pearce, Clerk
f 14 8.,AeUmi $t.-TeL 222-4880 CHEVROLETf

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i hlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN"THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LAND OR SO MUCH THERE- David Smith Bound! on N by State Rd 10, by John McLaughlia -
IUB;OiraaflO) 0'CrOCK.NBON T THE COURTHOUSE DOOR IN THE COUNTY X* WAKtJI John R.NomunC.. l.a.upa. W 1/2 of NW 1/4 of NW 1/4, Ira E 1/2 .
I Sec. 9 S5 ZW 20, 0.63 ,

JAMES M. CWIN, TAX COLLECTOR Evan Begin at the SE cor. of NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 '
of Sec. 19 SS 2W and run N 210 yds to a r
... ; NAME AMOUNT point which the pals for the land berate i c.veyed I
DESCRIPTION AGI +DUE ; from said point of beg. run thence:
I fen R.. Langston El C2 or SE 1/4 or SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 N 2JO yds thence W 56 yds thence S 230
ofS.c. 19 2S IE 5 S ..3.24 yds thence X 56 yds to pob, being in OR 1 =
I R. LangimmIlifford W'4/2 of SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 C. "'-986 In See:. l85S2fSWl4ofSWl4ofSWl4 21/2/ la.991 f
olS.. 19 2S IE 5 3.24. J. Langsfion of See:. 34 .
L. G E. KellyiennethS. 1/2 acre la the above dMcrfntian Jn Si 2W 10., 6.63
Dec. 20251E 1/2. 3Z.90 Floyd W. Williams D5 S3, P-S37: s.c;. 10S2W l& 68.98.. .

Thomas Kl/2 of NE 1/4, of Sec.. 32 and the .. Jack Simmons, Jr. All land S of State Rd 372 in Sec. 2 .
Nl/2ofNWl/4, Sec. 32 2S IE 160 31.66 6S 2W 620.00' ,
;eorge.C. Hargrett Ai per DB 38 P-387, 1 acre in N 1/2 John Hoard DB 35 P-336 C 337 known as Bradham "
of SW 1/4, of Sec. 16 3S IE 1 3.5S Plantation in Sec. 35 4S 3W 115 24.63 t .

i. I heirs I of Wheeler Donaldson Lot 7 on W side of St. Marks R/W in I Surrey Gertrude Booth PetIa'IoIaAwe and OR 6 P-794, W 1/2 of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 1, [ ;
of SE 1/4 of Sec. 12 SS 3W
Sec. 2 4S IE 14 4.64 1 8.18 :
-fe nry'Triplett As per DB 34 P-137 C 138 described as Ford Lot 8 in Peter Scotts .*, in Sec. 12 SS 3W 4.1/2 6.63 :.
Lot 2, Barton Addition in Sec. 2 4S IE 1/10 6.09 Heirs of Bessie Bryant DB 27 WSS also in lot 3 as per plat filed .-
1 in DB 9 P-9 in W 1/2 of NW 1/4 of NE 1/4,
Mutual Home Owner acre in NW 1/4 OR4 P-877ID Sec. 19 )1
of Sec. 12 55 3W )
Mortgage Company 2S lW 1 32.90 114OR 13.27 I
ftnnle Ely Page hunt. in SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 C NE 1/4 of Ben. AbrahamR. 6 P-513100 x 100 in Sec. 12 SS 3W 2.62 f I
the SE 1/4 of Sec. 19 C 1/10 Int. In NW 1/4 J. Edwards Begin at culvert on SAL PR on a branch la f i
of SW 1/4, Sec. 20 2S1W 15 7.09 Sec. 1, then running southward E I
Rosa Lee Brown As per DB 55 P-443, Sec. 24 2S 1W 8 4.47 bndry thence of said rd 440 ft thence S digs E 371 t f I
N 11-1/2 dgs W 502 ft to a branch I
lames D. Donaldson OR 6 P-1O01n NE 1/4 of Sec. 26 2S 1W 1 3.55 thence 100 ft to R/W of said... culvert to t !
rank Ferrell As per DB 10 P-223 in Sec. 27 2S 1W 180 35.37 pob cont. 2-1/1! iwei lying partly in Sec. 1 ,C
Cora Lee Trotman 3 acres in form of a square in NE comer !U UB S8 P-26 Sec. 12 5S 3W 2 20.27 I
of NE 1/4 of Sec. 4 3S 1W 5 4.55 Gloria OdotGilbert ..w- DB 56 P-415 in Sec. 12 SS 3W .28 2.55

Isaiah'Thomai West 15 acres of N 1/2 of S 1/2 of NW 1/4 Langston DB 51 P-316 in Sec. 6 4S 4W 12.1/2 3.47 ,
Sec. 15 3S lW 15 IV' I
...vil Jack Pearce Lot 7 In Roberts Subd. DB 58 P-I28 I
Virgil Reddick 5 acres in NE corner of NE 1/4 of Sec, 17 in Sec. 4 SS 4W 17.45

3S lW 5 17.45 Jack Langston All land lying S of Spring Branch and N
Henry Crawford, Jr. 1/2 ac. in Mattie Crawford's land OR 4 of Yeoman Branch and E of Ochlocknee)
P-352 Sec. 18 3S 1W 1/2 33.90 Rlv. and E of Buck Lake less lots sold in

I Certain Teed 1/2 ac. of land ling in N 1/2 of SE 1/4 Sec. 13 3S SS 7 11.18t!
i Products Corp. of NE 1/4 Sec. i 1W 1/2 63.80 Walter D. Marshall, Jr. DB 56 p-l011D Sec. 13 3S 5W 7.18 ,

Midstate Invest.Co. 1/2 ac. of land, DB 60 P-422 in Sec. 19 W. C. SpoonerC. OR 2 P-34160x243 in Sec. 13 3S SW 14.36 I

3S 1W 1/2 17.45 T. Davis OR 2 P-89 70 x 100 in Sec. 13 3S SW 8.18 '
Midstste I> ve.. Co. As per DB 55 P-51 in Sec. 19 3S 1W 1/2 17.45 Jack Langston All that certain tract of land being N of
M. D. Raker As per DB 44 P-87 in NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 less Betsy or Yeoman Branch OR 6 P-339, in
3 acres sold in Sec. 19 3S 1W 15 6.09 Sec. 24 3S SW 14,48 7,09,

Martha Barter OR 7 P-3 in Sec. 2 3S 1W 1-1/2 7.18In TOWN OF WANETA,
Rachel Mitchell the center of Chris Howards land Ip
Lot HRS 3.1/2 8.18 Unknown Lot 12, Square 4 1.62

Leon Hargrett DB 53 P-140 in LotS MRS 12 4.09 Unknown Lots 7, 10 & 11 Square 6 2.55

Unknown In SE comer of S 1/20.13 1/2 of NW 1/4 UnknownB. Lots 8 and 10 Square 11 2.23W
I of Lot 23 HS 4 2.93 C P., Inc. 1/2 of Lot 3 Square 60 16.45

Noah P. Harvey DB 60 P-391 in Lot 24 1/4 10.27 TOWN OF ST. MARKS .

Mamie Scott DB 60 P-5861 acre in E 1/2 of lot of Peter. Louise ShuffordJ. Lots 8 and 9 Blk A East St. Marks 7.18
Gavin land in Lot 36 HS 1 4.55 B. Came Estate Lot 6 Blk L East St. Marks 13.36N

Louise Peacher 2/3 tat in Lot -J peter Gavin Est. described }J. B. Came EstateSt. 1/2 of Lot 4 Blk M East St. Marks 4.09.

1H pint filed for record in Clerks Office, less Marks DevelopmentCorp. Lots 65, 66 77, 78 C 89 Blk 11
5 acres across N end, In W 1/2 of Lot 36 HS 134/3 8.71 Townsite ot St. Marks 57.62

Lawrence HarveyB. Lots 3 C 4 of Noah Harveys Est. in SW 1/4 oflot38HS St. Marks DevelopmentCorp. Lots 90, 99 100 107. 108, part of Wa kulla
30 7.56 St. Blk 12 lownrite of St. Marks 76.16
C. RandolphM. Lot 5 of Noah Harvey Est. in SW 1/4 of Walter Lem Lot 1 Blk 20 Townsite of St. Marks 4.71
Lot 38 HS 15 5.09
Thomas Ashton Lot 13 Blk 25 Town of St. Marks 5.33
Howard Williams DB 57 P-70 in SE comer of Lot 65 HS 4.6 3.55
Louise Shufford Lot 3 Blk 31 Town of St. Marks 7.18OR
Patrick Langston Lying N of W. H. Durance land boundE
: Joseph Brown 5 P-346, 100 x 47' Blk E
by land of Ira Jackson, W by NJ bndry West St. Marks 5.09
line of Lot 71 the above being of equal
width from N to S and extending between G. J. Langston Lots 18, 25 C 26 Blk D, Town of I
Eastern C Western bndry line in Lot 71 HS 5 9.55 Crawfordville 7.56
Gilbert Langston DB 43 P-189 In Lot 71 12 4.09 C. J. Langston Lots 1 and 2 of Isolated Blk D Town of
Crawfordville 6.63
Ernest KilpatrickB. OR 2 P-8, 1 acre in NE 1/4 of Lot 71 HS 1/2 3.55
Mid-State Homes Lots 142 C 143, 100 x 198' DB 01 P-123
CP,, Inc. OR 5 P-481, .25 acres in Lot 74 HS .25 11.27 Town of Arran 32.90

Mrs. C.J. Rose Jr. Lot 1 DB 48 Also DB 50 P-3171n

Heirs of A.J. Tully W1/2 of NW1/4 of Lot 76 less 2/61nt. HS 30 8.18 Robert C. Steindl Lot8BlkI 3,47
Mrs. Duck Lot 1 BIk 4 3.47
Eloise Langston As per DB 47 P-74(7.36( ac. for R/W) 19 5.71In Jean
Annie S. C Mullen LotlBlk7 LU
Mamie 1 2.55 Craig
Harvey NW cor of Lot 82 HS
Heirs of Lonnie Poole As per DB 23 P-41in Lot 82 less land sold HS 23 6.96 Beanie Ellison Lot 18 B11 7 3.47.
L. P. Bostwick Lot 9 Blk 14 3..7.
Gilbert Langston As per DB 34 P-454 C 455 In Lots 77 t 89 HS 4 79.25
Unknown Lots 20 to 28 B11 26 20. 78
. Lucille and.Belle Coodman In SW cor. of Lot 92,_less_1/4 ac. In Lot 92 HS 1 3/4 a..e I Opal Jo Cues Lot 11 B1k 29 3.47

Hannah and W.R. Dykes As per DB 44 P-69 I 70, 71/Z ac. of land on M. H. Cues Lot 12 Bk! 29 3.47
E side of Lot 105 HS less and except 62 ac.
8 7.16 Gilbert Langston SE 1/4 of Lot 77 HS containing 82-1/2 acres mil 17.45 : '
sold to R.E. Mauley C W.R. Cray, Jr. HS
Vetterlein C Co. Inc. Lot 6 B1k D Raken Additiorato Town of
William Russell PorterC. DB 26 P-295 In Lot 115 HS 1/5 10.27 Cnwfardvll1e ..8.35

.J.J Langston All that particular return of Island of W William J. BrewsterMidState Lots 4 C 8 Blk 13 Town of Shady Sea 7.18
side of St. Marks River and Light House in HomesR. Lot 58 Sopchoppy West Side 3190

the County of Wakulla and State of Florida SO 14.27 Wahhal Lots 52, 53, 54, 57 B1k 14 Sopchoppy East SieJa 14.34

Gulf State Dredging Co. OR 5 P-170, 41.76 ac. in SW cor. of W 1/2 John Price C C. Langston Lots 1 62 B114 Town 01 Psnacsa 5 63<
of Porters Island and 11.14 ac. in the E 1/2 Thomas Metcalf Lots 4 C 1183: 11 Town 01 Psnac.a 7.18
of Porters Island OR S P-247 C 248 17.36
C. J. Langston Lot 12 Bk! 12 Town of Panacea 4.09
Annie NewtonC. OR 6 P-889 in Sec. 23 2S 2W 2 1.62
John Price C C. Langston Lot 10 31k19 Town 01 Panacea 4.09Lot
S. StricklandMrs. All of Plot 95, Sec. 24 2S 2W 10 4.09
Worth Moore C R. White 131k 24 Town of Panacea 4.09
Clara J. Harris N 1/2 of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 S 1/2 of NW 1/4 Mn. Lovey Barwick Lots 4, 5, 5 C 10 Blk 27 Town 01 Panacea 10.27
of SW 1/4 SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of SW 1/4&
Bevls Shell Home Lot IS B1k 27 Town of Panacea 25.72
NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4, Less 4 acres of
Sec. 25 3S 2W 56 19.45 Blanche Archer Wild Lots 3, 4, C 5 Blk E N. Town of Panacea 31.510

Heirs of L. S. Tully 5/6 Int. in SE 1/4 of SE 1/4, less 13 ac. to AQUA DE VIDA SUBD. .
A. E. Tally in Sec. 25 3S 2W 23 8.25A D. H. C Kitty Mays DB 38 1474 ID Plat Bk 1 P.13 8,72 sLot

B. t P., Inc. lot 35 yds in SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 in DB 60 W. J. C Opal Hargrove Lot 40 BlJc D
P-207 Sec. 26 3S 2W 3.55 Julian R. C M. Dasher 5 B1k E .14 09.

Mid State Hornet, Inc. Iliac. in SW 1/4, OR 6 P-803 in Sec. 13 George M. C R. Fotonals Lot !A BlkE 411
4S2W 1/2 29.71 Winston L. C Betty Stewart Lots 31 and 32 Blk F "471 4 I

Heirs of H. M. Vann 1/6 Int. In all that part of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 Camille W. Titus Lots 19 aDd 20 B1k C
of Sec. 26 tying on E side of FCCARR cont. Thomas Poole Lot 1 B1k H 7 14!
35 ac. less 2 ac.I also begin at NW cor. of James H. Tarpley Lot 18 Blk H 4.09
SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Sec. 26 and run E along Myrl Todd Lot 30 B1Jc M 4.09Lot
N bndry line of Se 1/4 of NW 1/4 7.08 chs
Alex Metcalf 14 Bk! N I
26 3S 2W 38 11.53 47.35 ,
to pob, coot. 5 acres m/1 in Sec.
Rudie W. Christian Lot 16 Bk N 4.09lot
Lisle Hartsfleld C I
Daliy White SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of SW 1/4, of Sec. 25 Thaxton C. Yancy 27 Bk! N 4.09Lot
4S 2W 10 5.09 M. T. Cooper 6 BlkO 4,09 ;

Nannie Bert Jones N 1/2 of SE 1/4 andNE 1/4, less 35 ac. in WILUard F. Dukes, Jr. Lots 15, 16, 17 C 18 Blk 0 13.36 ,
Sec. 26 4S 2W 158.7. 32.90 T. D. C Clifford N. Perry Lot 21 Bk! 0 4.09lot "

C. J. Langston DB 42 P-276 C 272 also DB P-318 cont. David C Jane Denning 9 Blk W 19,54 ;1
29 acres m/1 in Sec. 1 5S 2W 29 20.92 TOWN OF PANACEA PARK .
Patrick C. Langston DB 48 P-471ID Sec. 1 5S 2W 2/3 1.93
P. C. Kelly C M. Taylor Lot 19 B1Jc 2 2.55
Alan D. Cameron E 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of NW 1/4, DB 56
Unknown Lots 29 and 35 B1k 3
P-502 in Sec. 1 5S 2W 20 5.71 4.09 I
Mrs. C. C. Thomas Lot 41 B1Jc 3
Maxwell CarrawayW. Lot 1 of Aqutlla Vickers Est. and being 2,55 4
otherwise described as the S 1/2 of S !/2 Alex Metcalf Lot 59 31k4 2.55
of S 1/2 of SW 1/4 of SE 1/4, of Sec. 2 L. C. Brown Lot 22 Blk 5 Z.SS
5S2W 5 8.09 Emma'Mae Cruse Lots 79 and 81 Bk! IS 4,09

C. Moore Begin at NW cor. of SE 1/4 of Sec. 3 P. C. KellyMidSate Lot 8 B1k 8 2.55 .
thence run E 297 ft, thence S 297 ft, thenceW Homes Lot 78 B1Jc 9 31.90 ,
297 ft thence N 297 ft to pob, cont. 2
ac. m/llD OR2 P-235 in Sec. 3 SS 2W 2 9.09 Sarah C Edgar McCay Lots 80 and 82 Blk 9 .I .45 J

Alexandra Nichols 1 ac. in above description in Sec. 3 SS 2W 1 2.30 Emmett L Crum Lots 172 and 173 04.09 !

Mid-State Homes, Inc. 50 x 75' In NE 1/4 of SE 1/4, of OR 2 P-525 Douglas Hop Lot 181k J Town of Suet 4.09"
in Sec. 3 5S 2W 2.60 Jan V. & Elaine Long Lot 2 Sec. D Ochlocknae Shies x ,72 i

Dottie Whetstone DB 40 P-344, a parcel of land 70 x 70 in George R. Payne Part of Lot 1 C Lot 2 Panacea $ued. 7,18Lot
Sec. 4 SS 2W 3.55 William L. Sheperds, Inc.: 12 Unit ,1 Panacea Sbons 25.72 I
Mid State Homes, Inc. DB 54 P-79, a parcel of land 75 x 300 in Gilbert Langston Lot 19 Unit ,1 Panacea Shores :. 19.Sf
Sec. 4 SS 2W 26.72 John M. Price Lot 27 t1D1t ,1 Panacea Shores 19,54

Cumbie C Sallle White DB 57 P.242 In Sec. 7 5S 2W 2 8.72 Q. C. Mclaughlin Lot 3 B1k F Rlvenbcn Helgbts 4,09

Mid-State Homes, Inc. DB 60 P-1881n Sec. 755 2W .42 10.27 R. WakhalCttar Lot 3 B1k C River Bend Sssbd, 50,44

Hampton: Rosier 1 ac.. in SE.1/4 of NE 1/4, OR 2 P.948, Brett Lot 11 Blk B Shall PolnUeada' 10.27
L in Sec. 7 SS 2W 1 5.09 Leastco H. Rivers Lot 25 BIk A West Point 5.14. ses,Tl

West Florida Enterpriser That pert 01 5E 1/4 of NW 1/4 lying S of John Price C T. A. Raker Lot 4.09Lot
Sass Rd. 10, Cont. 9-1/2 acres mIl, Evalena Pearce 44Bikk Hudson Heights 4,09
also 5 acres m/1 lying in NE comer of Carl L. Revellt Lots 1 Z 3 5 C f JDc Hudson :
J flal&b '
NX 1/401 SE 1/4, of Sec. 7 5S 2W 14-1/2 11.18 9,51

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W. Floyd Williams OR 2 P-531 Lot 1 Tarpon Shores 25.72
THURSDAY. MAT 28. 1966 '
I Thomas E. Rowell, Jr. Lot 17 Tarpon ShoresWAKULLA 25.72 Katie and Allie Vann Lots 11 C 12 Elk A 5.94

') GARDENS. V JIT 1 Crorgc M. C Joe S. Talbot, Jr. Lot 28 Blk A 3.47
37 Blk A
Max W. oW Theresa H. Idcll Thornton Lot
Thompson Lot 17 Blk 1 3.47 Edith Ruth Davis Lot 42 Blk A 3.47

Bertha W. Allison Lot 24 Blk 4 3.47 Mrs. Nell Dearing Lot 44 Elk A 3.47

Calvin A. Jones Lot 35 Blk 4 3.47 Virginia Fry Lot 47 Blk A 3.47
Emmctt Camp Lot 38 Blk 4 3.47 3.47
Lot 50 Blk A
Lester L.C: Kathrinc Freeman Lot 42 Blk 4 3.47 Ronald L. RockhiU 3.47
60 Blk A
C. R.' Green Lot 46 Blk 4 3.47 Kenneth Silke Lot
Kay Ann Roberts Lot 49 Blk 4 3.47 F. Mark C Marie Rhoades Lot 65 Blk A 3.47
Mrs. Ben F. Roberts Lot 50 Blk 4 3.47 Virginia Cornier Lot 96 Blk A 3.47

Milburn B. and Vonice Joseph W. Bailey Lot 111 Elk A 3.47
B. Waller Lots 69 C 70 Blk 4 47.35 Mrs. Hannah Gilbert Lot 115 Blk A 3.47
William R. Codwin Lot 84 Blk 4 3.47 3.47
Lot 117 Blk A
Romona Godwin Lot 85 Blk 4 3.47 Joyce Louise Land
Arcadio Collazo Lot 21 Blk 5 3.47 Carl Eldridge Lot 143 Blk A / 2.47

Raymond E. Lcgans Lot 27 Blk 5 3.47 Johnnie Ruth Mixon Lot 151 Blk A 3.47
Donnie R. Blizzard Lots 51 C 52 Blk 5 5.94 Malcolm James Hercamp Lot 9 Blk D 3.47
R. L. White Lot 3 Blk 6 3.47
3.47 Moulton Lot 10 Blk D
EJgar W. C Bessie H.
Owen L. Cychcs Lot 8 Blk 6 3.47
Rawlcy C Dorothy Coodall Lot 14 Blk 6 3.47 Ceorge Teyssier, Jr. Lot 38 Elk D 3.47

Irene Kinnon Lot 18 Blk 6 3.47 Ralph E. C Mary Weaver Lot 46 Blk D 3.47
Mrs. Lela Ellcnburg Lot 35 Blk 6 3.47 3.47
Edna Cttcndorfcr Lot 47 Blk D
Hollis C Dorothy Franklin Lot 36 Blk 6 3.47
Edward C Dorothy Zanier Lot 25 Blk 8 3.47 John C. C Lillian Davison Lot 19 Blk E 3.47 j'
Paul L. Lasseter Lots 6 0 7 Blk 9 5.94 Noel Leon Stasel Lot 23 Blk E 3.47 :

Johnny C. Hurgitt Lot 8 Elk 9 3.47 Pickncy W. C Margaret Wills Lot 10 Blk F 3.47
Ccrtha Stevens Lot 24 Blk 9 3.47
Thomas E. Halyburton Lot 11 Blk F
Walter Haney Lot 33 Blk 9 3.47
William K. Hamm Lot 33 Blk F 3.47
Oliver M. Evcragc Lot 48 Blk 9 3.47 .;
Ltndscy L. C Irene Maples Lot 7 Blk 10 3.47 Harold E. Shoup, Jr. Lot 34 Blk F 3.47

Hilton L. Willis Lot 6 Blk 11 3.47 Richard D. Allison Lot 4 Blk H 3.47

Billy Muse Lots 20 C 21 Blk 11 3.47 B. B. BushThomas Lot 13 Blk H 3.47

Mrs. Homer C. Cochran Lot 20 Blk 12 3.47 Chappell Lot 23 Blk H 3.47

Bryceson C. C Gary Malone Lot 46 Blk 12 3.47 Kenneth W.&Mildred Harshman Lot 40 Blk I 3.47

Bervin F. Howell Lots 31 C 32 Blk 13 5.94 C.N. Youngblood Lot 41 Blk I 3.47

Mollie O. Davis Lot 38 Blk 13 3.47 Mrs. Manic D. Kubcra Lot 23 -Blk J 3.47
Mrs. Saundra Newman Lot 47 Blk 13 3.47 Russell S. Myers Lot 2 Blk K 3.47
Mrs. Aileen Barefoot Lot 68 Blk 13
3.47 Martha C. Boyer Let 36 Blk K 3.47
Betty Allen Lot 4 Blk 14 3.47
Horace H. Estcs Lot 52 Blk K 3.47
John Archibald C Lot 22 Blk 14 3.47 C. D. Ragan Lots 11 C 12 Blk L 5.94
Robert Frazicr
Elizabeth S. White Lot 13 Blk L 3.47
Elizabeth Wyatt Lot 30 Blk 14 3.47
Wallace E. HcndcKn Lot 35 Blk L 3.47
Betty Cable Lot 57 Blk 14 3.47
Leonard D. C Louise Thorp Lot 47 Blk L 3.47
Fcrman M. Ciappj Lot 72 Blk 14 3.47
31 15 William T. McDanicls Lot 16 Elk M 3.47
Malcolm Reuse Lot Blk 3.47

Harold Edwards George, Sr. Lot 53 Blk 15 3.47 Pittman, Sophia,
Lot 33 Blk M 3.47
Kenneth C. Moore Lot 55 Blk 15 3.47 Jerry Hensley
Stclmach Lot 8 Blk N 3.47
James H. Clisson Lot 33 Blk 16 3.47 Eugenia Helen
Leslie D. Johnston lot 24 Elk N 3.47
Gottlieb C Anna Hcrmansdorfcr Lot 65 Blk 16 3.47
Ruby M. Willhitc Lot 38 Blk N 3.47
Ralicgh W. Morrison Lot 17 Blk 17 3.47
Mrs. Clco Hall Lot 51 Blk N 3.47
P.H. Wilson Lot 23 Blk 17 3.47
Claire P. Houser Lot 52 Blk N 3.47 '
Franklin Thurmond C Beck Lot 24 Blk 17 3.47 '
Claude G Helen Rumford Lot 1 Blk 0 3.47 I
Eula D. lowlY Lot 41 Blk 17 3.47
Hcruy W. Shimp Lot 23 Blk 0 3.47 ;l
Mary C John Spears Lot 67 Blk 17 3.47
Ben Shelton Lot 25 Blk 0 3.47
Ella B. Little Lot 21 Blk 18 3.47
Milton T. Adams Lot 36 Blk 0 3.47
Clayton C. Church Lot 55 Blk 18 3.47
George M. Rcisttcttcr, Sr. Lot 37 Blk 0 3.47
Lottie Kitchen Lot 75 Blk 18 3.47
John R. C Bertha Ciles Lot 29 Blk 19 3.47 Mary Lee Armstrong Lot 11 Blk P 3.47
Ethcl E. McGuire Lots 24 C; 25 Blk P 3.47
Elizabeth G Andrew Swincy Lot 44 Blk 19 3.47 Howard Barnthousc Lot 29 Blk P 3.47

Jess Martin C Elva J. Price Lot 2 Blk 20 3.47 J. W. 0; Syble B. Tucker Lot 47 Blk P 3.47

Margaret Bows Lot 16 Blk 20 3.47 Jack E. Fujsell Lot 9 Elk\ Q 3.47
Franie Brooks Lot 44 Blk 20 3.47 Nellie Mac Brunt Lot 22 Blk\ Q 3.47
M. E. Weldon L R. \ 29 CIA
21 Brunson Lot Q 3.47
Donald F. Burchficld Lot 67 Blk 3.47
21 Hugh Tyre Lot 3 ilk R 3.47
Pauline E. Emmerick Lot 7 Blk 3.47
Norman D Joan Stephens: Lot 4 Blk R 3.47
Howard R. and Jess Wilson Lot 14 Blk 21 3.47 '
Pearl Nielsen Lot SIlk/ R 3.47
Craig W. Millingcr Lot 20 Blk 21 3.47 Anne E. Sanders Lot 7 Elk R 3.47

Frank Namie, Jr. Lot 35 Blk 21 3.47 Lois T. (6 JamesA.CasonJr.Lot40, 1 I5lk R 3.47

Jack Dunn Lot 75 Blk 21 3.47

Anne Embleton C Robert S. Graham Lot 22 Blk 22 3.47

Robert E. Lawrence, Jr. Lots 64 C 65 Blk 22 5.94

Esther I. Yarberry Lot 14 Blk 23 3.47

Loren J. C Velora Cole Lot 22 Blk 23 3.47

William F. C Helen Miller Lot 29 Blk 23 3.47

Michael J. Fulford Lot 43 Blk 23 My hank "

Russell Tolles Lot 44 Blk 23 3.47 a
Leo C Mary Hcrmosillo Lot 53 Blk 23 3.47 '

Caren Moletech Lot 2 Blk 24 3.47 knows all : -

Michael P. Burke Lot 8 Blk 24 3.47

Bobby Matthews Lot 23 Blk 24 3.47 '

Nicholas M. White, M. D. Lot 28 Blk 24 3.47 the answers.
Stella M. Conner Lot 34 Blk 24 3.47
Clyde H. McArthur Lot 37 Blk 24 3.47 .
Carol Ann Hardcnburg Lot 8 Blk 25 3.47 pry It.
Leonard W. Mitchell Lot 25 Blk 25 3.47 .
Daniel Pope, Jr. Lot 33 Blk 25 3.47
I Wilson R. Swartz Lot 47 Blk 25 3.47 '

Ervin E. Clay Lot 54 Blk 25 3.47

Sherry L. Blair Lot 55 Blk 25 3.47

Grace OrthFerdanand Lot 57 Blk 25 3.47 ,,

C Anna Knoop Lot 67 Blk 25 3.47'

Mrs. Dorothy E. James Lot 69 Blk 25 3.47 ;

Randolph L. Broache Lot 73 Blk 25 3.47

Jerry Diglrolamo Lot 9 Blk 26 3.47

Randolph L. Broache Lot 42 Blk 26 3.47 /

Hugh Clifton Garrison Lot 72 Blk 26 3.47


Billy M. Reece Lot 3 Blk 3 3.47 / hare!

George N. River, Jr. Lot 15 Blk 3 3.47

John P. Minnick Lot 44 Blk 3 3.47

Everett C Valeria Sands Lot 73 Blk 3 3.47 And you're'

Judith F. Martinez Lot 22 Blk 4 3.47 i

Crews E. Breland Lot 43 Blk 4 3.47

J. B. Matthews Lot 47 Blk 4 3.47 right, as usual!

Dorothy Louise Bussey Lot 49 Blk 4 3.47

Jacquelyn J. Barrett Lot 55 Blk 4 3.47

Imogene Byer Lot 63 Blk 4 3.47 1

Herbert L. Jacobs Lot 14 Blk S 3.47 There
be few
a things we don't know
James C Virdie McGee Lot 22 Blk 5 3.47 but we
know everything about banking! That's
Frances C. Tuttle Lot 27 Blk 5 3.47 why you're so confident
Arthur C. Rhodes, Jr. Lot 46 Blk SLot 3.47 you come to us. You know that we know what we're doing)

Bert Thompson 59 Blk S 3.47 Savings Accounts Checking Accounts, a Complete loan Service,

Carl and Madge Carter Lot 31 Blk 6 3.47 Safe Deposit Boxes, Travelers Checks, expert Financial Advice:

Mrs. L. B. Cibbs Lot 23 Blk 7 3.47 whatever your banking need, were' ready to help.
William L. Vickers lot 46 Blk 7 3.47 ,

E. Guy Bagwell Lot 59 Blk 7 3.47 Remember the name of our bank the next time you're .

Mary R. Harrington and Hugh Lot 74 Blk 7 3.47' looking far-Full Banking Services. Many fine people dol)

William M. Graham, Jr,, Lot 87 Blk 7 3.47
Mrs. J. Hubert Griffin Lot 17 Blk 9 :
David L. Ravencraft Lot 20 Blk 9 BANK

Helen S. Fort lot 48 Elk 9
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Mllbum B. Waller Lot 2 Blk 25 3.47 .. '
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ne Alabama-West Andalusia, Alabama It Yoe the I
Conference of The Methodist : of school ctr iia
This past week has really beena announced that a Youth Annual summer
Churchwinhold to One kindred E MondayHamburger, Junior :
bury one for the Juniors In Conference will be held June 13 College ::
thirty-eighth Session la Montgomery for the Junior-Senior preparation Jackson, S.C.-Pvt through 18 at the Blue Lake Assembly Steaks college credit ft-Seats, D-:.
beginning Tuesday, May Banquet and Prom tonight and Maurice R. Watson, son of Mr. Grounds of the Alabama- Mashed Potatoes crease of approximately ten ftte'
31.Two for the Seniors returning from I and Mrs. Elgin B. Watson, Wood- West Florida Conference of The in: Buttered Broccoli cent over the 1965 figure ....,
evening sessions of the 4- Nassau on Tuesday. ville, Fla., completed Army Methodist Church. Assembly Peaches Registration for the re' ").,&!
'i day conference will be at the The Haydon Burns Scholarship administration ean. Fort Grounds are near Andalusia, Al- Bread Butter term Is Kt for lone :2*. .
Normandale Methodist Church Milk ested students AouM K 1:1':
Balls held this Jackson, S. C., May 20. abama.
past in various -
and at the Capitol Heights Me- year the four-week course, admission without delay. .
cities within the state, allowed During This is a new Agency com- Tuesday ?
thodist Church. Another meetings two hundred dollars to Watson was trained in management bining the offerings of the Con- world Fish Steaks A total of 34 courses ate wt-
win be held la the Chapel student in this one of records and military vocation and of the Officers' Catsup duled to be offered duct g-
at Huntingdon College. Wayne Langston count/, a graduating correspondence. Work Shop in a more meaningful Cole Slaw term beginning June 21.'. -n rest
Presiding will be Bishop W. senior, was chosen: as the recipient The 19-year-old soldier entered and helpful way. It is designed newsin Green Peas include elementary
. Kenneth Coodson Resident Bishop .of the Haydon Bums Schol- the Army in February 1966 to meet the needs of M.- Peanut Butter Cookies general biology, busbies' (!or
of the Birmingham Area of arship. has been and completed basic training at Y.F. Officers, Sub-District Of- Bread Butter respondence, chemistry,' bade
The Methodist Church. Confer- by the Wayne Tallahassee accepted Fort Benning, Ca. ficers, and of Adult Counsellors. Milk composition, conumndcfltionv*
ence Preacher will be Bishop' College where he Junior Watson is a 1964 graduate of Registration forms are now in Wednesday skills, survey of English liter '
Earl C. Hunt, Bishop of the in journalism.More plans to major Leon High School, Tallahassee, the hands of the local churches. Sliced Ham ture, American literature,
Western North Carolina Confer- about the Prom.. To- and was employed by the Florida Only a limited number of spaces focus Potato Salad French, health, western Civilization -
] ence. The Reverend James E. night the Seniors will be honored Revenue Commission in Tallahassee will be available. Applicationsshould Green Beans American history: humanities =
Tate of Auburn is the Conference at the Junior-Senior Banquetand before entering the Ar- be sent to the District Je110 wFruitCookies mathematics, physical :
Secretary.The Prom, in the ballroom of the my. Director of Youth Work, Box education, state and local:
Conference will open at Floridan Hotel. A to 700, Andalusia, Ala. ---------- Milk-Bread-Butter government, physical sciences,
2:00 P.M. on Tuesday May 31 reign over the Prom will queen be announced The Conference on Disciple- The Chrfetlon Scnc! Monitor Orange Juice psychology, social science,'
at the Normandale MethodistChurch and crowned. The ship will be from August 1 thru On. Norway St., Boston,Mau.02115 Spanish, speech, and drama;' I'
with the Sacrament of of last Ausust 5; Senior Assembly from Thursday Reading clinics designed: for
reighlac queen year'sProm 13 PIMM motor my wtMCrlptton to the Fried Chicken high school students are to b* ,
the LcI'dlsSupper: andthe organ- "1\, Deepest Mine Shaft August 8 thru August ; and
nan Holiday", was
I Monitor for the offered 3-24 tad 5-
of the Conference. Af- Sophomore Assembly from Au- period checked be- Steamed Rice June July
ization I Sandra Harper. The deepest continuous mine ...._.. 26. students who wage ;
the Conference will gust 14 thru August 20.NickelCopper low. | endue $ (U$ Funds Tossed Salad Only
ter this, I The Banquet begins at seven : shaft in the Western Hemisphereis PeachesIce assigned to grades 8 through 12
meet at Flowers Hall at Hunting o'clock. currently being sunk at Inter- Q I YEAR $24 C' month. $12 Cream for the 1965-66 school: year will '
don College ce1ebratethe Bicentennial : Graduation is coming up soon! national Nickel's Creighton 'ine D 3 month $6 Bread ButterMilk be accepted.A .
of American Meth- in the Sudbury District of On. WoolA
the HistorIcal .... _____ school for high
odism with a Drama by tario. Reaching 7,150 feet be>w tough alloy of nickel and Nam Friday school students will be held durIng -
Society and an address ground level, the shaft will p. copper is machined into a wire Street.._.....__,.__ Hamburgers the period June 6-17. Students '
by Bishop Earl C. Hunt. mit single-stage hoisting of men, wool for use as a padding to City...___ Lettuce Tomatoes assigned to grades 10, 11,
ore and supplies from depth directly cushion the vibration of jet en- Potato Chips and 12 forthe 1966-67 yearm.y
to the surface. gines in supersonic aircraft. State.____ ZIP Code_ Apple Crisp enroll for the first week. JunIor -
high school students
Bread Butter (grades
MilkLANDSCAPING 7, 8, and 9 In 1966-67) may
enroll for the second week.
Rooms in the college dormitory
will be provided along with
w meals.
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"SECOND PRIMARY .... 0 zMeI :-c:I II:: a 0 a l) H E-o County A gent Wheaton will EASTERN STAR SETS
v m
24th P !3!I < S2 .. -c show films and talk on land- FISH FRY FOR JUNE II
0 0 E" k x H scaping at the next meeting of
a aroa
0 en 111 flJ :E tot cC > 01 -= < the Crawfordville Woman's The Crawfordville Chapter,
Club. No. 242, Order of the Eastern
GOVERNOR 1"4 a M .w to m La co C6 :: r ;!: I Hflaydon The meeting is scheduled for Star, will have a fish fry on
rri ri June 7 at the clubhouse starting June 11 at the new Masonic
-- atS'OOP.M.All' Temple in Crawfordville.It .
.. will start at 6:00 P,M. and
-- --.-- I are urged to attend -
Burns 7 /C 82 31 n3,5S 1194S'9 19 55 '73 99"//1--97" informative and bring program.a guest for this the for children.price is $1 for adults and 504

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THURSDAY. MAY 26, 1966 PANTHERS PLACE ON ting.404 this season with Porter a madeit hefty M AB H B B H BI 0 IE AV PO
percentage. Miller, Dan 44 10112 2' 0 7 10' 8 .273 103 11 8
ALL-CONFERENCE hitting an even 01
tight ,
400. race Sparkman, Don 4S 12 8 0'I 2 7 9 12 .178 18 3 4
Five C.H.A. Panthers were Cook also led in runsbattedin Cook, Dusty 52 1721 1., 1. 3 21 6 3 .404 14 86 7
*Porter, Bob 40 12 16 2 2'': 0 12 3 7 .400 12 52 8
Monday night by plac- with 21. Mathis had 13 RBIs '
*Mathis, Eric 41 9112 1 1' 0 13 14 11 .293 I 0 3
I ing on the All A.V.C. Team. while Porter had 12.
Wilson David 31 9: 9 1 21 941
0 8 2 18 .290 20 9
Selected to the team for the The Panthers finished 2nd In \
*Tafl, Butch 36 6' 6 1 1 0 2 16 10.167 51, 1 2
3rd consecutive was the Sub-Croup 1
year A.V.C. were
*Harvey, David 38 9 81 0 0 1 3 13 8 .211 18, 47 8
: Cook, who has been outstand- Champions, and brought
HOMELicensed the in several home the 2nd in Langston, Wayne I 40 8 12I 1 0 0 4 12 0 .300. 17 3 4 :
'I R. L. RILEY FUNERAL ing over yean place trophy
( positions. Selected for the 2nd Croup II-B, missing a State *Loftln, Allan 14 4 210; 0 0 0 9'' 3 .143 6 1 01
Embalmer &: Funeral Director consecutive season were David Toumy berth by one game. >tCowdy, Duane 51, 1 2' 0 0 0 0 1 0 .400 0 0'Caby '
Scott 1I 0 00 0 0 0 0 2 .000 0'' 3,0', '
Wilson, Danny Miller, and Eric This was the Panther's 7th
Phone 697-3366 Sessions, Barnard 0. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 2' 0''' 0
Mathis. Wilson
repeated as an consecutive winning season as
j Infielder at shortstop this they finished 135. Caruthers Jeny 1 : 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 21, 0 0
year. *Miller, David 3 : 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 .000 3'' 0 1
Miller his nomination Seasons statistics as
as arc
got *Rabenau frank 1 1 0 0 0 '
; 0 0 1 0 .000 0: 0' 0
cathcher where he hasbeen a owsi
24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" steady performer. Mathis was .tHarper, John 2 j'{ 0 0, 0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 1

selected for his play at 1st base Seasons Totals i3949910.9! 7 6 77.100_ _.275. '312 275S
SERVING WAKULLA'COUNTY I, both years. All-Conference for I SOPCHOPPV NEWS I*Will retrain next season.
the first time Bobby Porter was .. ow I
picked at 3rd base. BY.Louise C. SappAn
Cook led the panthers in bat-
Officers Workshop of the
Woman's Society of Chrisfan;
Service of the Methodist Church )4 4 a
was held in Apalachicola last ,
Thursday. Those attending from T
I the Sopchoppy Methodist Church a + e
were: Mrs. Norma Rudd, Mrs. .
.Ralph Brown, Mrs. Florida Roberts V
I Mrs. Elsie Roddcnbcny, ,
ThanksTO and Mrs. J. L. Baker. Zr

The families of J. Q. Davis
and Luke Bass of Moultrie, Ca.,
spent the weekend in their Ri- I
YOU WHO SUPPORTED MY CAMPAIGN verview homes. The Donald II
.Prices of Tallahassee are putting I
the finishing touches to
I I WILL their new home. '

; ALWAYS STRIVE TO DO THOSE THINGS Alfred Roddcnbcrry and his
: family are building a new homeon
the site of his grandfather's


Sunday guests of Mrs. Florida
Robertswere her daughter, Mrs. .
FIDENCE.LET Inca Yent, and her son and family ,: +
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Yent
and son, Robert, all of Talla- ro
hassee. /

US WORK TOGETHER FOR THE BEST IN- Mrs. Claxton Vausc is home U f- :' //

after a week's stay in Tallahassee -

TEREST FO R WAKULLA COUNTY. progressing Memorial well Hospital.following an She eyeoperation. is


Officers of the Woman's Society s
were consecrated at the
JAMES G. TAYLOR morning worship service Sunday S 5 c1otAL
The officers for 1966-1967 arc:
President, Mrs. Norma Rudd; I
COUNTY COMMISSIONER Vice President, Mrs. Ralph I Cf

DISTRICT 4 Brown; Secretary, Mrs. Thco 4 itrc t! f / t01
luddj I Treasurer, Mrs. Doug a
Strickland Sec. of Campus Ministry -
Mrs.; Robert Roddcnbcrry; I pl.t"il1uh4Cti RACING NIGHTLY (E>
.......................... ...................... .... ...................... Alfred Sec. of Social Roddenberry Relations; Sec., Mrs.of i 'Wanin in) POST TIME.,.. 8:15:
Membership Cultivation, Mrs.
Seen Becton; Sec. of Program EVERY5ATUW..2I5( :

Materials, Mrs. Ralph Brown; i 8. 6jfStA50N( SORUV.NO S"
S e c. of Missionary Education,
WHEN THE QUEEN OF YOUR HOME Mrs. Jesse Baker; Sec. of Spirit- .
ual Life, Mrs. Elsie Roddenber- I .rQ :
THE HEART OF HER HOME... Doug Strickland; Sec. of Pro- =. j h,CJi.fi' \i47tU I dlnitt l ,
motion, Mrs. Ben Isler; Chair- 6b 99 rC
man of Local Church Activities, j jI I ASt [ 'UWt cin.ik:, EV Air'CCI1dHiolltt{ .
/Irs. Norma Rudd.
Mrs. Carlton Evans was honored I I (t rs4 hzJ /J/J .11
with a baby shower Monday
evening at the Methodist Church 'jiill :: tVU V
: '
Social Hall of Sopchoppy. The .tizi& EVERY I'ERfORMAMCt (} ; "
shower was given by Mrs. Lydia
Isler, Mrs. Helen Beasley and
Mrs. Thalmadge Crurn. A special j j
: guest at the party was the
honoree's sister, Mrs. Mary Ni- I

Miss Carolyn Sue Roberts returned -
home after spending last
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ter-
ry Land in Panama City.

Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Earl Roberts I WANT TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO
and daughters, Desi and
Dawn, of Tallahassee, visited
Eddie Earl's mother, Mrs. Delma
Roberts recently. lie was telling THANK YOU FOR YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORTIN
of the week they will spend
sight-seeing In Washington, D.
C. They left Friday.
Strickland and BOTH THE MAY 3th AND MAY 24'th' PRIMA !
: Mrs. Annette
Xx : little daughter, June, of Talla-
hassee, arrived Sunday afternoon
for a visit with Annette's:

: ter.mother, Mrs. Willie Mae Por IES. I AM DEEPLY HUMBLE AND GRATE-

Thomas Porter, Jr., visited hi S '
father In Tallahassee last week-

and Mrs. Cus Simmons returned -
home after visiting relatives .
in New Orleans, La. Sorr
Mr. Simmons' physical condi YOU HAVE PLACED IN ME.
tion is very poor.

The Sopchoppy friends of Mrs
l Audry Rudd, R. P. McKenrie
D. W. McKenzie and W. E
: McKenzie, wish to express the!
deepest sympathy during the lo!
of their beloved sister, Mrs
Carlee M. Harrell of Panacea,
t} who died at the Tallahasse af e. MAY WE BIND OUR EFFORTS AND INTERESTS
ternoon.Memorial Hospital Saturday .






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