Group Title: DeFuniak Herald combined with the Breeze.
Title: The DeFuniak herald combined with the breeze
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Title: The DeFuniak herald combined with the breeze
Uniform Title: DeFuniak Herald combined with the Breeze
Alternate Title: De Funiak herald combined with the breeze
Beach breeze
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: DeFuniak Herald combined with the Breeze (Defuniak Springs, FL)
Publisher: Larry and Merle Woodham
Place of Publication: DeFuniak Springs Fla
Publication Date: April 2, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Walton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Walton -- DeFuniak Springs
Coordinates: 30.721389 x -86.119444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 106, no. 20 (May 20, 1993)-
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Volume ID: VID00222
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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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,- Political Announcements :' HEEKLDS5



FOR DISTRICT CONSTABLE 4 %e DEFU


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I hereby announce as a candi- "

.... date for re-eiection to the office< r 0 Nl W

of Constable District 4. ......;; _

., I believe the number of year !

1 have served, as Constaoiitvea : ...'. 1r
w'R your .J 1. !
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the
quaiuication to give
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of !! -_ __. :
people tour more years good

ervice in this ottice on May bth VOLUME PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA IL 2. 1961 lOc Number_17

will greatly: appreciate :your vote, .

CLAYTON DAVIS. Red Cross Drive To... -Conduct, Revival,,, ,, .
vfe "' ''<< -' " '''''''''''
S. -& Saddle Club To Hold Its
Short Of QuotaThe &
r J K' rqY FOR SCHOOL BOARD ,

.' DISTRICT 4 ij

fund raising campaign for

X hereby announce as a candi- the American: Red Cross official ar I

e date for School Board Member ended in Walton county March :II. Show Barbecue y
Annual
District 4. but Joe Walls, drive chairman. ;

*1rst, I would like to take this point out that he feels there were a'rr /

opportunity: to thank the people come who were not contacted.

*or the wonderful vote that I received He asks that anyone who would ,

four years ago. like to contribute send their donations 'j ,Special: beautiful horses pretty }

Legislative ReportThis becona: I would like for votersto to Mrs. E. H, 'Taylor secretary Cancer CrusadeJI girls the worlds most uyuestnen

know more about myself. I was or Joe Walls, campaign chair-: (some of which wiU be good and ;

born in Opp Ala. Moved to Wale man. .l baia) with oarDiue served on !
I. a reprint from last the side will be tne, 1.
ton county: : at the age of six, Chairman Walls said the drive major lugn.
year's report to the people ofW.lton where I was raised on farm 1n is "still quite a bit short and we< Gets Under Way lights of zits weetteiid "nurse-
made
county weekly North Walton county.' Serving, certainly do not want to take during the past session of the f O R sue horseman's season will be
four :years in Infantry of U. S. chance: of losing our Red Cross
Legislature. by James H. (Jim. and If have chairman off with a L.enY this bunuay:>> afternoon -
World War chapter secretary. :you
II.
Army during Capture Escapees
Baker of the
Caswell
my) preecectt Member. of the do when the Local vtaiton iI
I member of Oak Grove not .made a donation please
House of Rprontatlv, Walton am a Cancer Crusade for Walton county . Near Santa Rosa county :baauie (.;&1.10'. coids its annual -
married and have so'
Baptist Church
county dated April 11, 1983: announces that he is getting ar-b--lIi. ana nork i now

two children that attend West tne drive under way April 1, and In the local arena iocai :u in tae

Dear Frlendac$ DeFuniak Elementary School. I Jitney Jungle Observes Its .amt that he is especially happy about Six escaped juveniles from, the Haroeson feieia bait pane 'a ne

The 1963 session of the Legislature am active In P.T.A. which made i It ta 11th AnniversaryAll Revival Service At the fine stall of co-workers that Industrial School at Mananna sixteen exciting (tree> events

got underway April 2 possible for me to see the needsof Northaide Baptist will assist in the campaign.Mrs. were captured near Santa ,Rosa I,will begin immediately after taebarbque
invited to
Is
with all the usual fanfare associated our schools, from a visit to Walton county Ellen Murry serving as ear!)' bunaay morning,_ loiiowing lunui.: is served which
I most of our schools in the county attend the llth anniversary cele- Revival services begin Wednes- then .
with such an occasion co-chairman: will organize the escape from the Marianna wul be irons i":.ia to i p. m. me
The lovely arrangements of flow- I am a tax payer of Walton bration of the Jitney Jungle located - day. April 1st, 700: pjn. at the residential groups, and calling on Institution earlier that nignt. I show normally last lor ttuout lour I

which, banked the county. Owning and operating my; across from the Walton Northside Baptist Church, three .
ers desks'of the business section will be Paul >tate irooper W. C. Kiipatrick hours, ana every minute. is luUof
every member of the House lent own business in Walton county: asa courthouse on Nelson avenue. blocks north of the Court House Teelln, Angus Andrews WWam spoiled the car in which tne six I : excitement.

an air of festivity to the very Mechanical Contractor.: So you According: to James Jones, manager Rev. .Jack McCullough pastor Campbell Ed Puckett: and Mrs. were coming: from .Panama City I Every: Weston county Saddle
I know the value of the tax the store will feature unusual of Westside Church of St. Marys, .
solemn task we have undertaken. see ; Don McIntosh near the intersection: ox U. S.- 341:: Club snow Item someuimg& lor tne
payer's dollar. I have long realized <- anniversary bargains day after Ga.. the guest speaker and James
The task of representing the Mrs. Perry Curtis Jackie) ana U. $. hit in south Watsoncounty. I entire xajruiy tor its snows contains
the importance of the school day throughout the event. "In Griffith, leading the singing. '
people of my county will not bean Rutherford will organize a road 'I I a general sampling ot every

easy one, nor did I expect It system to the future of our coun- this day everyone visiting the Jitney The pastor and people extend a block crew; Mrs. Beryl: Thomas ;iiiwy" had stolen a car: *.he said, type ol: event luuutuiioer: 11 omy.costs
be when try and recognize that ,it is theb..t < Jungle will celbrate with ui cordial Invitation to everyone: in-
to I campaigned for the and Mrs. John Dorsey will handle in iMMiiaouu, ana then aunnaunea you the iaugns anu enjoyment -
very office I now have the privi-- business in the county, demanding by receiving: present in the torn terested to attend the meetings the Eucheeanna areas. it ana stoien anotner vemcte in i you expend pies lood

ledge of holding.In a businessman to offer of food bargins"at special anniversary which are scheduled through Friday Other areas in the county so Manama City- and ourned out toe ''and reir=snmcnui." A .....w.r your snow

a joint session of the House sound management principles lithe savings, Mr. Jones stat the 10th. far arranged for area: Jane Sen- motor gn it just east ot the u- last year Had approximately, two

and Senate Gov. Farris Bryant spending of the school funds ed.For Glen W. Spence, Pastor Urfitt and Gaynell Jones Liberty Uir.tcLIQn: where irooper iui- thousand persons in aueiiuance,
the 11 this Jitney
laid down his and in the planning for future yean Basin CM.K was stttuoned.AtLis .
Legislative Program ; Mrs. Frank Finger gas some ol whack came arum us lar
Jungel has been in, operation J it MRS. A. O. SR.
CAMPBELL .
for the next biennium. budgetary: needs. Bayou, Mrs. Zlel and Mrs. Holley was about won. ., and when as a hundied roues to just get
has served local housewives by
I feel that my background and Mrs. R. R. tie urov up me ronu to where "some
Higher education was a primary Santa Rosa; Baden of that loud oie we. ernbarbque"
subject In the of experience qualifies me to serve< providing daily food bargins to Mrs. Kate M. Campbell, 89>> yearsof Seagrove Beach. the car stopped the youths jumped .
message the school board and to help help them in preparing whole passed Saturday
on age, away
the Governor to the people. He Other workers are giving of Horn the car and run into me
contribute to the planned growth some and nutritious meals the entire morning March 21, in a local
woods.
stressed the fact that the most their time and efforts to this Haydon Burns Speaks
of the school system; year, he said. hospital. Mrs. Campbell was born ,
in
called
will hu another Trooper
critical need we face in the next worthy cause and they At
Freeport 11
April
biennium is the need to make I am not at this time or will beat In Freeport, and was a lifelong appreciate any help given them I Ft. Walton Beach, the Panama

any time tied to any party or resident of Walton county making City snerut's oiiwe and Sheriff
in
sufficient provision for the higher by the people of the county
Walton Lunchroom
person other than the voters ot her home on Circle Drive formmany Howard "Andy" Anderson and Bill Sbultz Walton county manager -
education of the of this drive.
Florida. Gov. Bryant:young stated people that Walton county. If voters of 'Walton Menus April 9-13 :years. She was the widowof I I Ltepuues )'reQ Resoress. Walker ,1 > of the Haydon Burns campaign : -

county will give me the honor: the late Circuit Judge A. G. Casweil and Elbert Kichardson for tne Democratic nomlnatlon -
Florida Is falling farther and MR. L. E. GILL
to serve them as their School Campbell who preceded her in for Governor reports that
were soon all at the
farther behind in prividlng adequate scene, as
.. Board ember from District 4. twill Monday Macaroni and cheese death in 1939. was Constable R. O. Saltsman. Mayor Burns will be in Freeport!
educational programs for Mr. Louie E. Gill age 63, a
be grateful and will work Mrs. Campbell was a life-long Saturday. April 11. at 0:30 pjn.
its young people and he suggested with glazed ham slices, hot dogs resident of the Caney Creek Bloodhounds were brought from
for better schools in which our member of the Presbyterian A cordial invitation Is extendedto
and potato sticks, lettuce and the road Niceville
plans for the growth and expansion community for the past fortyfiveyears camp: near and '
children can attend. church and had always been activein all friends and the general
tomato salad fruit cocktail. Play- trailed
the
of existing institutions ol died at his residence Thursday they boys right down
GLENN A. PARKER the work of the church. public to be present and meet Mr.BUI'DI.olHe .
boy cookies, rolls, milk. the line right ot to
learning He spoke with great< March 20, 1904 following a power way
Survivors include two will make short talk
daughters
pride of the public schools ol Tuesday-Meat balls and gravy prolonged illness. A native of banta Rosa where they were all a
Local Art Show Proved Mrs. Love. Andrews and will be glad to
Merry answer
hamburger he had resided In rounded up about 0.30 ajn.Trooper ques
Florida: stating that they are better with whipped potatoes, : Gainer, Ala* '
+. than .the average in. the na. Most Enjoyable Event . *' and Letiilceand'-tomatoes, ".Vta.Carriss" : :M+ae..CamWaallt: the DeFuniak 'Springs area sine. Kiipatrick.: said.lie had Ions :J'r
: : , . : one .on.Mr A.-G.: Campbell, Jr.. Anyone wishing to have questions -
tfoiC English peas grapefruit and 919. Mr. Gill had served on the plenty of help In about 10 minutes
Th art exhibit held at the Wo. all of DeFuntak Springs; one sister answered by the candidateis
.
and the
peaches red velvet cake rolls, Board .of County Commissioners prompt help from the officers -
The ,
general feeling around the
man's Club last week was wet Miss Mary McKinnon, of St. from invited to give them to Mr.
milk. for 12 and was the District Walton. Bay and
Capitol however was that there years: J
accepted by the public and lo.cal Petersburg. Fla. Six grandchildrenand Shultz.
will be additional taxes leviedon artists. One of the professionals Wednesday-corn: dogs, minute seven greatgrandchildrenalso Manager of the Southern United Okaloosa counties enabled themto

the people of the state if the who looked over the works of teaks with rice and gravy green survive. LLife Insurance Co. He was the capture the whole group of r Group Completes

total context of the Governor'speech beans, buttered whole Irish potatoes Senior Deacon of the Caney Creek escapees who gave up without any
art declared that It was the best Funeral services were conducted First Aid
CourseA
is For tax fruited peanut butter Baptist church, and had served as trouble. !
: accepted. jello
show that bas been held in this Sunday afternoon at 330: o'clock
sources the Governor recommended area. and Jelly on crackers,,rolls, milk. from the Fir a t Presbyterian moderator of the Graves Baptist' They were handed over by
the sales tax of Association for three years.: Hewas Sheriff Anderson to Bay county: group has Just graduated from
present Ravioli with meat
The tcpmmlttee) \in charge with Thursday hurch.with the pastor, the Rev. the Standard First Aid
authorities where will Courses
member of the Natural they stand
3 be broadened to virtually
% and
Mrs. Ann Johnson of Ft. Walton sauce, hamburgers potato Gayle Threlkeld officiating. Inter
and Irldge'Masonic Lodge No. 108.F.&A.JIC trial for auto theft as well as taught by Mrs. Charles J. King
everything except groceries carrot
and Mrs. Daw- sticks frozen lima beans
Beach chairman ment followed in Magnolia cemeery. escaping from the school: in Jackson Jr. and Mrs. Jack Potter
medicines.As son Copeland co-chairman: : were sticks pineapple pudding rolls, .
county. They are now working at the
Funeral services conducted
of today 270>> bills have been well the tremendous were
pleased with milk. Actlire pallbearers, all nephews first aid room at the Walton
at 1 00. Saturday from (he
: pjn.
Introduced in the House of Re from artists all the hot of the ,
response over Friday fish squares dogs deceased: were Kenneth SAVINGS BOND NEWS: school and will receive their caps
Caney Creek'Baptist church,with
presentatives. It is generally estimated county, who entered their works potato salad' white acre peas, Campbell, Jette Campbell Ralph : ( and pins at a ceremony in May.
the Rev. O. Knox and Rev.
that over 4,000 bills will of art in the show and helped to peach: cobbler cornbread, milk. Campbell, William Olin Campbell, J. M. Qulgly Robert.officiating. Owners of Series F and Series Those completing the course are:
be Introduced before the session make it the it
success was. Gerald McKinnon and Joel Mc- Miriam Henderson Sharon
Masonic graveside services followed G United States Savings Bonds Hunt,
terminates. t .Mrs. Ann Johnson speaker for Supper At Glendale Unnon. in the church cemetery.: are urged by the Treasury Department Mable Nixon June Lindsey, Nor. 1'
I will keep you informed, from the occasion/: 'spoke* Abemenu J
Honorary pallbearers were Grey
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. to check the issue dates ma Prescott, Beryl: Thomas, Gran.
time to time on the status of bers and gtfests the Woman'sCub
og WIl.on. Melville Jennings .Joe W
will Agnes M. Gill one Royce' because all bonds In these Series. dred Taylor, Berly Thomas, Gran-
bills'of particular Interest to :you on Wednesday, tracing the The Glendale P. T. 'A. Williams Jr. Paul Langston ,. son., :
,
,
will reach their final ces Wallace Sue Weeks and Laura
April Gill and one daughter, Mrs. .Joyce maturity
*s citizens of the state and residents historical development.modern sponsor a supper Friday Douglas Owens and Henry Love
of Walton county. art, the nature and differences In Ini; in the school lunch room tea-; McKinnon. also nephews. Hudson,all of DeFuniak Springs,' very soon. These bonds ,do not Wilkerson.

I want you to know that I thee various movements: tuning some good old home cook. Clary Funeral Home was in one brother. Andrew M. Gill. De- earn interest after their maturity. Annual
The will consist Funiak Springs, and three sisters Owners of Series F bonds may Rummage Sale
to menu
will endeavor represent you Mrs. Dawson Copeland, -cochairman ng. ot;I charge I f'.ITan8ement.4' ,
", the people of Walton county for .was Introduced to the chicken dumplings, fried chicken: : Mrs. Louie Davis Florals, exchange them bonds for the dlv- SaturdaY..Aprill1

.the duration of this Legislative group. She entered seven oil baked ham candled :yams vegetables Walton County Mrs. Ronle Duke and Mrs.Esther Idend paying Series H bond and Ills. '

session and my term in office paintings and didxmuch of the cake coffee and iced tea. Chamber of Commerce Anderson Baker both DeFun- the Treasury suggests that the The Ritual of Jewels Chapterof
lak Springs. There two owners talk with their bank about the Beta Sigma Phi. will have
conscientiously and diligently and "Spade worttfV 4hat-.helped make Serving will begin promptly at Community Calendar are grandchildren -
the arrangements, ? their annual rummage sale on,
with your guidance and suggestions success' =- 5:00 o'clock.Following.
the show a : I
April 2 April 8 A report from the state office Saturday April 11.
Comander Funeral Home in
I know that we will realize Mrs Davis. C.wthon.'ho.pltaUty the supper will be a was
forward for the candidates charge of arrangements.MR. of the Savings BondsDivdsioshows '\ It will _be held at the old
great strides our speaking by running
chairman and her committee ,I April 2-Green Thumb Garden that Walton. Cauntlaru nurlchased burn.d- ut''Jitney Jungle build.
county. lervedxpuacbj"" datetBkcakes, can- for various offices. Everyone Club-3:18.: n'8 12i- : lug --
next to Fishers
In Savings Bonds Hardware
JOE
LINDSEY
close with of -
I will one my Is cordially invited to attend -
favorite quotations; "No man canrepresent ry saL'iMif*.>....... -group._. About8M.opJe ,the supper and speaking. Great Books Dl.c.7::3., z Mjv'Joe.. C. Llndsey. age,-08, during month of February bringing Store. Proceeds: will go to the
April..3-Rally. Glendale-630.:
the will of the people - - Eloise Laird. passed away Wednesday morning the two month total to better cancer fund.

unless the will of the people is .c:. --- :i: ,Publicity Chairman Bay School PTA700. March 18, 1984 in a Nlceville hos than $12,000. The County's quota Anyone who would like to

known to him." Ji, ."--O .ORRY-; I>>Paxton MaaoM-TJ.. pital. Mr. Lindsey was a for 1984 is 102000. (denote any clothing to this pro-
made r ,.. native
James H. (Jimmie)' PrescottPd. )t.'t -r--- :..wThat Peggy Krt.... Nomlnafecl 1 April 12:00.8-Horse Show't.1April oV Dinner. of Pike :County Ala.,. d;had I' A Ject, please call eithe rof these

Pol. Adv. thSj.T.amas CIviCLagae To Attend Course At Mercer : been a resident of Mossy4 dead CHAPSL HILL NEWS numbers C-1891, 6-9811 daytimes
6-Saddletbe--730.: - for the or 6-1481 after 8 pjn. All donations -
of Santa Rosa Beach can not serve past 12 yearsSurvivor.
Paxton City Council-7 JO.: The Health and Safety Commit will be greatly appreciated.
their Include his
EXPRESSES THANKSWe nipper for the Candidates Miss Peggy Evans who is a widow. Mrs. Alberta
I DeFuniak City Council-7-OO.: tee of which Mrs. E. C. Lewia'l18 _. _
Mends, and the residents of the I sophomore in the Swminsboro Lindsey of Mossy Head: six dau- I

wish to express gratitudeand Beach Area. We especially: asked High School: of Swainsboro. Ga.. DeFuniak' Lions-7:00. ghters Mrs. Nettle Akrid e of Elba chairman sponsored an i Interesting '.. RAINBOW NOTICE ..
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thanks to the many who have the Executive Committee not to has been nominated from her April 1-R.Uy. Choctaw: Beach Mrs. Ann Phelps of Pensacola, assembly program -en Marc S.

been so kind and helpful aDd schedule our Rally for the week history class to attend an eight 630." Mrs. Pauline Gilmore of DeFuniak In "The Dangers of Alcohol and 'All memberS of Friendship Assembly -
DeFuniak Eastern Star-:-30. Narcotics" The guest for Order of Rainbow for
speaker
done so many throughout things of April lSthr-Because the Green weeks' course at Mercer Univer- Springs Mrs. Marvaret Shiran of
Darlington PTA-7:00. the occasion was Deputy .JohnnieF. girls, arc: requested to meet in
Enterprise Mrs.
since the accident to our son Thumb Garden Club was having sity in Macon Ga.. this summer.To Nadine Ellison
Edsel Earl, last week. We particularly their Flower Show'at the .Jack Tar qualltfy for this nomination Liberty ..PTA.. -7.OO.Klwanis : and Miss Nellie Fay Lindsey both Baldwin. front of City Auditorium at 10:45:

: want to thank Mrs. Guy Beach House. We are disap- the had to have an of 95 12.18. of Mossy Head, two sons Roy J. The annual Sptlllne Bee Ele- am. Sunday April 8th. to attend
very average 3.ycee..7OO.: ) Lindsey of mention was held In the cafetorium church service at First Methodist
Caswell for her help. We thank pointed that this spec request Enterprise and Shelly
or better and be in the top 10
April Camellia Garden Club. church. This Is In
you all very much. Mr. and Mrs. was not granted. However light percent of the whole class.Peggy Ray Llndsey _of Mossy Head; one 4 AA B, %Monday jV March 30th at tW anal__.- __ .observance.. . of
Corkey Cadenhead and family refreshments will be available and brother. Noah Lindsey of New *;w f. M. veiisa Drown or: nrst '''w*-ry OK xuunoow.
is former DeFuniak girl
a MRS. CHRISTIAN RICE Grade will Sandra Wallace. W Advisor
we are looking forward to the Brockton.: Ala.; two sisters Mrs. represent the Primary
NOTICE .[ togethe attending the Maude Saunders Mrs. Christian Davis Rice age Pearl Ooodson of Enterprise and Department. The alternate Is Virginia Maude Mayo Mother Advisor
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Elizabeth Rouden: Elementary School: while livingherewith 90. a former resident of Freeport! Mrs. Beulah Brown of Dade City ( Andrews of Third Grade.

grandparents, Mr. died Thursday afternoon. March Fla. IS The Intermediate Department will Rockle Wilson from Pres. College
The Horticulture Society will grandchildren and
: two
hold Its regular monthly meeting and Mrs. M. J. Parish Sr.Robert 26. 1964 in a nearby hospital. She great grandchildren be represented by Cynthia Stonomof St. Petersburg, spent the
CARD OF THANKS was a member of the Methodist weekend with his Mr.
Funeral services Sixth Grade. The Alternate Is parents
Saturday April 4. 1964 at 7.30: If were'conduct.ed I

and Betty J. Pondren church
at
Freeport. and Mrs. Wilson.
Belinda Grey
at 2-00 o'clock Campbell of Fourth
p.m. Ttvoli High SchooLAll We want to thank our,friends Made Dean's Lid At Livingston : Friday afternoon -
Graveside services were con from the Grade. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wither
members are, urged to be kind Mossy Head Baptist -
and neighbors that were so
present.A. I ducted at 10:00: ajn. Saturd.ymorning Mission. Burial followed in Chapel Hill was also treated and children Panama City: were
nd helpful during the recent illness Word has been received from
at Magnolia Cemeterywith the Mossy Head Cemetery., Monday by an interesting talk on"Nutrition" Sunday guests of the Alex Cas-. I
of H. H. Hutchinson. We may Livingston State College that Robert -
-
'
I Rev. Sam C. Shirah officiat Clary Funeral from Wayne Wooten wells.
A. Meeting FridayAt : Home was Ineh.r.e
not be able to see all of .oubut and Betty .Jean Fondren have or. Walton high.

,.Presbyterian Education Room tanks for everything; *cards, both made the dean's list for the ing.Mrs. of arrangements. Commin events Include "Tom
Rice the a
----- was sole survivIng -
flowers. food. etc. -,11-, ,winter quarter. Robert and Betty Thumb Weather Report
Don't forget Friday" night at Sp.m. HI IL Hutchinson member of her Immediate Mr. and ,Mrs. Randall Wedding" April 3rd at
Mr. and Mrs. Jean are the son-in-law and daughter Ray and 7:JO at Pleasnt .
Grove Pres.yterian
p.m.
'
If you sure interested in attending and 'Family. of the T. .J. Lindsey's.Masonic family on Randy of Pensacola, were < Church Euchee ,

the Alcoholics, Anonymous "" weekend guests of Mr. and. Mrs. The wedding Is Valley. March: High Low Rain

meeting at the First Presbyterian FOR SALE: TEN ACRES LAND NoticeRegular We would like to thank all of Dan) Ray. Grade 3 and being 4B and sponsoredby Mrs. E. 25 76 85 .16

Education Room. .with a one bedroom bouse. Hunting our many friends for. their Mrs. Dawson Copeland spent C. Lewis. There will be no ad 26 68 83 1.8t

water electricity. kitchen communication DeFun thoughtfulness and kindness dur- Friday of last week in Ft. Walton mission. Everyone Is cordially in- 27 69 33 +*i

Mr. and Mrs. C. H.: Beach, of and bath equipped. 2.000 cash laic Lodge 170 F.&AJ. Thursday ing the loss of our loved one. We Beach on business. vited. 28 79 47 .70

Panama City, spent the weekend and $2.000CfJ financed for threeears. night March 26. 730: p.m. Visiting will never forget the acts of 29 72 47 -
many
with Mr. and Mrs.-; Glenn Beech, . r. DonaldMPJU.I brethren cordially: Invited. love which you bestow..s. Miss Roberta Robinson of Panama The school will also sponsor a 30 88 39 t

end'were also here for the celebration - teFunlak Sprina.&mLU i p- thfa "* "' -, -' -'Z. T. .Johnson WJff. The Family upon us.of I City visited her parents, Mr. "Spring Carnival" on May 8th. 31 68 29 '

of Mr. Beach's birthday. 7... "!' !!eU__.t ,Folmar" White. Sec. Zthard Toole 'week and Mrs.end.Taft Robinson over the Doris .Johnson Reporter Forecast: Outlook for ,Thursday,

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Olendale Preabytertan Church tf r' .
Red Bay Preabytertan Church ;. t't :. # '.'. : .
John M. ..' :
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....t Agatha'a Kplaoopal.ChurehRev. : !;;. "
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George Mllam "!:>'
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Circle Drive* W-.t' ;
Rev. Sam Khtrah 7 !" :

Wesley Memorial Methodist :. '"
Live Oak Avenue wgF4& ..f, .
Winston Jay \ a ..... -
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Freeport and Portland z, ti -{, q 'J.:
Methodist Church *
J. D. Renfroe .

Bruce Methodlat Church f If
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J. A. Anthony, Jr. q, .

Darlington Methodist Church: ' J
Rev. C. C. Colvln r, ; ,. fx

Ponce d. Leon 'Methodist Church y' <;.. ... _E _
Rev. C. C. ColvlnDeFunlak ': < :{:
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Springs First Baptlat woe h v ..
Llveoak & Eleventh Street
W. O. WiUham, Pastor k ;

East Baptist Church :;.' a
Richard Bloodworth, Pastor ",. -r: '
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Glen SpeoceGaskln P,

'First Baptist Church
L. G. Johnson, Pastor .
CHURCH FOR All. All FOR THE CHURCH There comes a time, even in a chick's life, when;.the.way must open to a .

Freeport baptlat. Church ", 1" . The Church is the greatest greatly expanded world. When his confining shell no longer allows proper -.

W. L. Clark Pastor :i,' factor on earth for the build- growth, ,he..makes a ,point of throwing off; his shackles..''and.steps out into a big, .n;,
;A' ing of character and good .. .
world. .
Friendship Baptist Church citizenship. It is avalues storehouse strange ,
C. Lester Weekly, Pastor '
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Gaskln South BaptUt Church :.., I.. 0 a strong church, neither This comparatively simple phenomenon is paralleled!;hum.an.existence as f, ,:-
Rev. Tucker Aplln ., democracy: nor civilization each child grows toward adulthood, and reaches out Jtorvthe.wider.Jaorizon. What F r.et .
; survive. There are *
Olendale Baptlat ChurchJ. >.... can sound reasons why evfoux he finds there, wilL depend in great part on what he has been:taught.}, "1 :,...,:,. .,."
B. Birmingham Pastor person should attend services ,,I .
101- regularly and support the For'' this ,reason..the early and continued guidance r rChristian home and ,.j.
Lime Stone Baptist Church', own They are: ((1)) For his church From these the of faith i is built. ?".
Rev. Cony; Black Pastor '" .;;. ,K sake., ((2)) For his chil are all-important. things foundation' ., ""
chUl'd" ,, 1 dren's sake..((3)) For the sake! Through faith ,and understanding the shackles of fea '.and-bondage are dispelled, ' :

Rev.New Kenneth Harmony Baptist "t v of his community and nation. and your child grows spiritually strong to meet, the ever-widening! horizons and '. "; "
Klckllghter .} L: ((4))For the sake of the church ,: 1:.4'
Oak Grove Baptlat Churcla" itself, which needs his moral challenges.a modern.;world .' .-p 1.:!r
Kenneth Wadle, Faster and material, support. Plan : ,; 1 t-: .'
to go to church regularly d.. ,

Charles Paxton: Kerby Baptlat, Pastor Church. '. and read your Bible daily. ." _

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Ph+aa.nt IUd ge Baptist Church [n"
Rev. James Kinchin r "("'
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Pleasant drove Baptist Church ,
Freeman Smith Pastor Copyright 1964, Keister Advertising Service,Inc.. tra 1NrW.Va.--- \ ;" '

Red Bay Baptist Church '.. ; :,li.
Rev. T. R. Padgett ": ..\ Sunday :Monday Tuesday .Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday- A .
Psalms Romans '1 Corinthians 1 Corinthians I Thessalonians Titus r Titus .. :.
Rev.Southwide Ivan' Martin Baptist Church ' ,": 11:1-7 15:14-24 3:1-9: t3:10-23: 3:6-13: 1:1-8 1:7.16 ; .'

... Caney Creek Baptist Churah Y;; .. -.- '- ":. ._
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'r Robert Knox, PPastor K: ,'. "
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Clear Sprtnga Baptist Club ., "
Rev. J. L. Uaxns ,
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Children J.: W.: Slngletary* HeaM r.,17 eCOod by Following Interested Individuals and Business Establishments: '

Pastor: Ouae .-..... .

Paxton Aaaeaably: .
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W. A. Whltakex Veteran's Gas Fisher Hardware Co. Fisher's Pharmacy Quality-Store Charles M. Prescott

West Bad Asaaaib\y\. .( Ood BUCompanyRNSOAtI US"A GOOD HARDWARE STORE PLUMBING HEATING _
Gary Richards ,!"IF IT,
711 LIVE OAK AV[.
Cluster Springs Baptist Church King & Co. LIggly Wiggly AB.'Covell'CONTRACTOR. ;' ,
Harold Smith, Pastor FORD : ,The. ORIGINAL Self.Servlce .
CAIN'SStandard
Mossy; Head Baptist Mlsslcat .Rivard Chevrolet
w Floyd; Garrett, Pastor Station .
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Argyle Baptist MIuIoo WASHING GAS--GREASING OIL Peoples Water ServiceCompany Danley Furniture. Co. Comander Funeral Company ,

Rev. Lee King 'Creel ,Ford Co. Home
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Lake Stanley; Baptist riiiMaiRev. Goff's Ready To MERCER COMANDER_ .F,..D.
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Harold R. PadgettPleasant Choctawhatchee
.w ear Store RITZ THEATRE
N. Ith ST. Wise Department Henry Kperber EI ee trI Cooperative. ,
Valley Baptist Church "GETMGROUTOFt.IFE. Store
T. R. Padgett. Pastor Western Auto GO OUT TO A.,.MOVIE" YOUR PURINA...DEALJCW: Inc. .
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VOLUMEt73: L-PUBLISIIED EVERT THURSDAY THE DeFUNIAK HERALD-BREEZE THURSDAY. APRIL 2. 1964- .

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I .. New lunchroom Paxton
,,:... ; LEGAL NOTICESIN TERMITES
frA.T:
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k': Five Classrooms Freeport

New science room, one classroom Tivoli County Agent's Notes ; + 1UK -A."IJIA' Cuunr; IN AND' SWARMING?
W euat W.taaun "'U"',"&.., ....v.........
yHw RENOVATION AND REPAIR PROGRAM 4 ravel .u.suaaa. "'............& nu. .....
a x u., ...... a't.w.u Ut ......_ 'II a..a e..ii I : T f?
Gaskin, Darlington, Glendale lunchrooms Oscar Harrison wYUaO.Y.tt.. .. h.1&, ........... IM.Y Ye. {
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renovated and improved &u: 1.- ...iat.AvAiyVlli.aina"uln.1o. Jr i-"sc

Walton auditorium renovated 11.- You are he/buy uvuiied that the
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.I>wv. eu awwwuuwq 61_ tsar .<<1( ...Jir.
4s Gaskin heating system converted to &MOU a..a. n..a u.auatr -. have .
gas -
Pier-Ida Agricultural Bxtenalen eVervlee "? .....u a pewwuu ha w. _...... .... call G
.. Walton junior high senior high, twu/t tub we ................ t/i we W.o..rwuu I ..
r ............ w. ....01 yuu. ass a.-
Glendale painted inside Walton geued to 'uIN tau.u Wuf. tile _e RC 'r
County>> Beard of Cmmlr..lei..r* Ceper.tl"*) .......... &lU' us ta..MKA "II em,..... a r11Ilr
Pf Paxton, Liberty painted outside .......11 tea JrwUC' ............ hea..a.a. it u,. T1Ior
byre tnyue tl. NwW .... .................... ..rWvur the sake of your hem.
Major repairs Valley View ntwuvyr. AUf rewtwu... mow.
;r *y I I WATERMELONS UP on new land that is free of Bahia v..._ ]tea s", _.u..._ ........... ......
Major repairs Maude Saunders Elementary Thirty five acres of watermelons tsar. aiAU oy a....... kite ury.ur. ...._....
and Bermuda. Fertilize
common wit.it. tue tiara ...1 sate woivt wWAMI .......
Major repairs Tivoli are up and looking good on according to a soil test. Coastal a ueo..... Auay/ t>. .&1......... .......... pUr
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Minor repairs Red Bay Bay the George Miller farm north of loves nitrate. Don't forget to apply )'uo.a ktauteag. it.y saw haau auuphuu.Waanaeo eon.th. Seal o.

Glendale. Most of the melons are liberal quantities to your sail Court at tJwuii.as bprAUgs Waituu -
Minor repairs Chapel Hill, Mt. Zion I II'lof' the Charleston Grey variety, Coastal Bermuda.To UU.,....)'. riur.u A,. this UAe ..1 say n
I' oa atarcii. A U. A wo* i iBy
a good shipping melon. With good Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thomas a,. LAO ANDREWS:

FREEPORT HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM weather Walton county should go our congraulatlons for having ClerK Vvatvon; of Oouuty CiATCUAt. F'aurwa Court

Freeport junior high being converted toa have ripe melons by June 15. the best all-aound garden we By'I Its AUAtoAAeou, AM tuiy' l:AerauAr .

Several of the maygold peaches have seen this spring. They have SEAL
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senior et 6AprUai; >,lvs.
high one grade per year. 12th planted by Luther Ammons this I everything growing from potatoesto : 3I. O. "nuddy" Warren

grade to be added the 1964-65 school year spring have bloomed and now : cnlons. .
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aN 1'u.,; tanuuar t.uuasa V'"
have young peaches set. With over Saturday, April 4, at 10 a.m. is MI""v,,, .t.uu..aa, rt.u..Ah.
TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM I 300 of the maygold peaches in the time for our County 4-11 .. "'..........._. .u. .,tea Despite the fact that gout

I1.t . ----1 Paid for 4 buses 60-61 {|the county we should soon have Events Day. The meeting will be _Ib..m........'.-.hwo n.eaIWa....to anti. tees.t..el.. sufferers tured are popularly pic-
) early peaches. This variety ripens held at the county fair building. a aeuwie as paying the penalty
Purchased 2 buses 62-63 .- for Inordinately" high
about May 25. living
.... y.rwns claiming any estate. right,
'. RE-ELECT JOHN. E. Purchased 5 buses 63-64 (to be bid in It is not too late to apply two DRESS REVUE .....>.. Ur ......._. .... UA use UfcMMA.uavreot Wei"u. such is not the case. Gout is

.. April) pounds of a complete ertiliezr per I Deborah Martin, Karen Rach- '. i.1 ........ ue.ur.u.u. vI'11 pa.. a form of arthritic disease and

year of age to :your fruit and nut els Marie Laird Gail Peters eleuaanta is a defect in the body chem-
One bus route added Choctaw Beach 'trees. Pecans should havee a fer- Wanda Collinsworth and Margie AAA. BATE: OF PLunwa IV: acid in the blood and tissues.

BALDWINSuperintendent Improved services on routes and pick-ups tilizer containing zinc. Sexton will all be modeing their "' ..tea..., aaew.e WT AAAMeltMt uauutiaa AAA. u.say....U Mtate uy/WL. right. wq. Instead of being<< carried off

Arvin Mitchem should have bouses and skirts in the 4-H dress reef ptupvity. lAereAU' ur._. ur *AApaifc in normal fashion by the kid.
Improved maintenance
of buses
and added
UAVAWOAUAUklk
neys, the uric acid in gout victims
excellent vines for setting his late 4.
revue on April A 1I."tll I Irue
light signals for safety sweet potatoes. This week he has These Glendale girls are enrolled .*. nereby notified that a pro- crystallizes and windsup

Repainted 80 buses in county shop planted 10,000 Porto Rican and in their first year clothing ceeaAAitf tue WArcUAt u,:quiet Court Hue ol Has WaitouriurAua been brou uuuaaty ubui in the cartilage at the base

5,0000 Georgia Red sweet their auitAust all per_... as.mme of the big toe where the resulting -
pota and have completed
All buses checked by State Highway project say ........... ritfit. "title ur interest ..., inflammation Is one of
to plants. These certified and under the
are work guidanceof
project .
or lien UfuU, u> luituwiog aeeiribeunwu
OF Patrol before going out.-Given an free of disease. their adult leader, Mrs. William property situate in VVSAton County the most intense pains knownto

Excellent Jim Kemper of the Indian The met in the homeof >.u...... to-wit> man.
PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONFOR rating Young. girls huts A.t aud a. ol Section 34 Town Gout
Ranch ics planning on sprigging Mrs. Young for five afternoons snip .A touutn. Mange 4O West aocoiuing which is probably

TAX DOLLARS SAVED AND 60 acres to Coastal Bermuda grass after school and each one learnedto to tue map bl Mania: Moaafiantittiou hereditary, is most prevalent
Uompauy on lue in the
and
ALL WALTON COUNTY this spring. You will see a real oerate the sewing machine, oil ice ol the dors oa.D.. CircuitCourt among men the critical
WISELY SPENT of Walton County. Floridaflow ages are 30 to 50. Perhaps the
field of hay there this summer. I made a simple blouse and gathered ,
on fee in Plat book J a'i'q. kindest thing that be said
An average of $7,600 yearly saved by This is a great hay grass. Plant I a skirt. 4 can
"And Keep The 70c c.** Sign Up"JOHN ana you are hereby required to file for gout is that it is the most

competitive bidding of items not previ-. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Reese and YES YOU CAN BORROW OUR wills the. Clerk of said Court (persunally easily conrolled of the arthritic -
or by attorney) on or betoraApril
ously bid (total $30.000) children Eau Gallic, and Mr. and Carpet Shampooer FREE to clean 97. bloc your written delenses. Itauy diseases.

E. BALDWIN THE MAN All items over $300 bid competitively 'Mrs. Grey Lee and children of your carpets with Blue Lustre. to tbe. on complaint W.. P.,Or and..to. file UeFuuia copies* Now who about a kind word

West Palm Beach, were guests of Fisher Hardware Company.FOR ofSpring.., blonde, attorney tor tAt for Service Drug Company?
Born September 7, 1921 An average of $10,000 yearly stopped Mr and Mrs.: M. T. Fountain. piauittirs. a* prescribed by law thereu. Our prescription service is _

Reared on a farm from going to out-of-county businessesand I RENT: ONE BEDROOM setting Interest up 111, the or lien estate upon, right, the title above 01 fast and friendly. Get acqu-

FOR SALE: WATER FRONT ref. and described property claimed by )'ou.H..an ainted soon at Service Drug
spent with Walton County businesses house on 21st St. Stove ,
tall not or judgment will beent.r.d
Married Monetha
Smithgall lots, and wooded in lots. On Company:
Ph. TW 64951.
air conditioning. against you by default.
Total 4 I
from Ponce de Leon, Florida ( years $40,000.00)) Choctawhatchee: Bay, located on 3t chi Mar 26; Apr 2. 9 WilNKHU my hand' &k&Dp the, seal ol
Okaloosa-Walton line in said court at .*. PlorIda This week's Household hint
Saved $45,600 from 60-61, 61-62 and 6263budget county :
Have two children in school- this March 24, A. D. lN4.
Villa Tasso. A. C. !lowe, Rt. 1 (Seal) K. LEO ANDREWS To avoid a musty odor in a
and matched $45,600 state building FOR RENT: GARAGE APT. 311 Clerk of the Circuit Court ot bottle
Rand-tenth grade, Ben-fourth grade Box 259, Villa Tasso Niceville, vacuum when not in
funds East Main St. Ph. 6.2951.3:26tfchg: Walton County, Florida }
$91,200.00)Distributed )
Florida. use place a stick of
Member and Sunday School teacher Hazel Howell Deputy Clerk gum
school business to 51 Walton 4t: 3.'28-., a. U, 10 (unchewedl) Inside.J. .
Methodist Church SALESMAN WANTED: OPPORTUNITY -
: FOR SALE: ie FIBERGLASSboat IN THE COUNTY JUDOS COURTIN

Member-Masons, Kiwanis, Ruritan County merchants 50 h. p. Evinrude motor, for full time Raw. AND rOK WALTON COUNTY

Member National Education Dispensed monthly payroll of approxi- gator trailer. Call TW 8-7141 leigh Business in Walton Countyor IN RE: ESTATE rLOKlUA OK FRANK WESLEY
Between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. DeFuniak Springs. Products KRIbO. DeceasedNUU .
.> Association mately $125,000, employing 315 persons 3:19,26.4.2: : chg. sold here over 40 years. Car <.K!: TO CREDITORSAll
crmlltors: of the estate of FrankWesley
Insisted on one dollars worth of No cash Investment re- r- rlJ -
necessary. Krtvg. deceased are hereby no
Member Florida Education Association 1M Za41
SPECIALS quired. For personal interview titled ana required to tile any claims

Member Walton County Education EDUCATION for each tax dollar spent Cold Waves $5.00 and up write Sales Manager, Rawleigh. !or against demands said which estate In they the may office hays o rr

Association OKALOOSA-WALTON JUNIOR COLLEGE Shampoo & Set 1.50 and 2.00 FAD-40-302 Memphis, Tenn. I the County Judge of Walton County.
Hair Cuts 1.00 "'Iortda. In the Courthouse at DeFu
Member Florida Superintendent'sAssociation PROGRAM 4:2,9,16,23: chg. nick Springs Florida, within six cal-
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Elizabeth's Beauty Salon end.r months from the date. 01 tint V. LAWSON OWNER
Actively worked for and cooperated in Downtown-5th & Baldwin NEW CREAM CURBS 1 publication of tills notice.. Each clam:
or demand must be In writing ant
Masters Degree-University of Florida securing a junior college for Walton Home Phone TE 8-2543 ACNE PIMPLES must slate the place of residence ant
Phone TW 8-3141 2:6tfchg: the post office address of the claim. WED.TIIUKS.Fin.VINCENT .
Master's Degree,plus Supervision and County area I AKTEX a new Estrogenic ant and must be aworn to by tilt
,. for treatment of Acne Pim- claimant his agent, or bAa attorney,
ATTENTIONI: LOGGERS AND cream or[ It will become void according hlaw. .
Administration-Florida State University Walton county boys and girls, for the first ples was evaluated and found to : .
timber owners. We the top
Twenty years school experience as time, can go to college and stay at homeat prices for hardwood pay logs and be superior to any product previously ELDON utor of LEROY the. Estate KRIKO.of: Frank Xxeo- .

teacher and administrator night-big expense to parents eliminatedfor timber. Free estimates. JACKSON tested." Controlled clinical Wesley Kra... deo....... r lI >
tests of AKTEX proved that 100% First publication on the III day 01
board and VENEER CO. INC., Laurel Hill, March. 1994.4ti I w
JOHN E. BALDWIN room. Fla. Phone.2105 days, or Louis of the young men and women :3:10-ttf. 4:3.9.
Agreed to run school bus to tested were completely cleared or
"TilE SUPERINTENDENT""A a junior Lowery, 4-3825, Florala Ala., IN TIIK FEIIERAt, COMMUNICATIONS 'fl
college daily if needed for Walton County nights. 3:12tfchg.FOR : definitely improve from ugly COMMISSION WAMIIINOTON D. C.
Acne Pimples. Thus reads a reportby File No. HAL-4B3 1
TIIAT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF" students I Base Station KIY-472
RECORD RENT: 100 ACRES Crop a New York physician which Remote pickup mobile station

INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM College to open September, 1964 land, cheap. United Farm Agency:: appeared In a leading Medical KK-ICZH Luverne KE.111211.Foster KK.1I&O Jr., : Receiver and KK-T911: baa:

Re-emphasized READING, WRITING, Planned it whereby Walton County Phone- TW 4-7831. 2:13tfchg: Journal. Now, released for the applied to the Federal Communications
first time without a Doctor's prescription Commission for approval of the trans'for

ARITHMETIC and SPELLING students will not have to pay out of county SALESMEN WANTED: MAN AKTEX CREAM for Woes of DeFuniak the license Springs of Radio Florida Station, 128O PRICE

Strengthened the academic courses in tuition wanted to supply Rawleigh Products Acne Pimples. There is no longer K. 0.... 8 K. W. (Daytime only.) toKueh. in Nathtnltl Hswthoms't
,
to consumers in S. Walton embarrassed be. Valley Broadcasting Company
the high schools VOCATIONAL AND TRADE SCHOOL any need to feel A Florida corporation of which Mrs.
county: or DeFuniak Springs. Good cause of Acne Pimples. AKTEX W. D. Douglass, DeFuniak Springs.Florida "TryJCEKHPPLUS

Conducted the first county-wide PROGRAM time to start. No capital required. will help you now. Expect and get President., la the principal stockholderand

curriculum improvement study in A survey has been authorized in Write Rawleigh FAC-4-815, Mem- amazing results. AKTEX is guar' Said application for consent to trana-
'I fr the aforesaid license was filed by
phis Tenn. Marl2,26Apr9,23pd
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anteed to work for
Walton County connection with establishing Vocational- you or :your Luverne Foster, .rl'.. Receiver and
money back. AKTEX sells for Such.. Broadcasting Company

Coordinated elementary-junior high Technical school in Walton, Holmes,. ANNOUNCING: NOW Location $1.98 with this money back guarantee .on March. October SO Uf.IB04.; 1963, and amended on TEClllauI' es"a '
at intersection of Bob Bikes and
senior high programs Washington area by Lightfoot Drugs, De. Any person: having any objection
Freeport Roads. Free estimateson Funiak Springs Mall Orders to said transfer should forthwith fil.same -
Expanded guidance programs This is badly needed in this county andI repairs also free pick up and Filled. tUms Commission with the Federal Conununloa-C.tAiveme COMPLETE

Expanded reading enrichment programs have and will continue to actively work delivery. JOE WALLS BUSINESS Foster,Dcnt.: t.er LISTON
MACHINES Sales and Service.Ph. EucnB eerie Bl'OAdeuttn. Company CLAY
driver Education for its establishment in Walton NOTICE OF ELECTION DOUIlI- en'
Expanded program County
TW 6.4141. Th Board of County Commissioner :J.a-: &. 4.3.. :. 4.9.4 FIGHT

Started college'night program for "ALL OF THE ABOVE WITHOUT A DIME of Walton COunt Jfioriait, ......0,. a.'
FOR RENT: GARAGE APT. dare tbat It baa aeteruiiuea tnat a Better Than A RingsideSeat
seniors and parents INCREASE. IN SCHOOL MILLAGE TAX" 3 rooms. 11 Guava Ave. M. T. petition his been auly .vued and_..
submitted by the requisite bum
Expanded summer enrichment program "KEEP!: BALDWIN IN THE Fountain. 3:19,28: 4:2.9chg. of registered electors woo arc Ireenolders -

Attained a unit for a speech therapy POLITICIANS OUT"A CASH FOR LATE MODEL described residing t'd: wttiiln pennon:ins, requestingtn territory' SATURDAYtrot
Control
a Mosquito
program to begin when a teacher becomes cars, 1958 models up. Buying for District therein and inert the creation college
PERSONAL .PLEDGEBY Eastern and Miami markets. If of such a district is ieasible and praotlcable
available to eradicate or cuutrol moaquitoea IM who
you have a used car to .sell call
and other arthropod. an saidterritory
vt
Worked for improved. libraries in aU James Hussey: TE 0.2271-8 mm. and that the) IHHAia of County
"JOHN E. BALDWIN"Thank ..plotfrfIbqysL.+
CommiMlonere ol Walton County, Pier'Ida
till 530: pjn. 1231pd: e
schools at ita regular
meeting on tne loth !
Il .
school you for the opportunity of servingas day of March ItxH<< fixed May 2otn. lINK >
Will continue to work for all our FOR RENT: TWO BEDROOM aa the data for' sad election and determined

to be accredited by the State of Florida Superintendent of Public Instruction house on corner of 21st and ahall be that the the South name Walton of the District County ANTHONY '

Southern Association for;the past three and one half years.If Orange. See Frank Mason. Mosquito Control Liutrict' should theelector.
and the 42,9chg determine to create such a
you are kind enough to re-elect me for a : district and that Its boundaries would World's PERKINS
be follow
aa :
PERSONNEL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM second term in this position I will continueto HELP WANTED: PART TIME The territory to be Included In the
Walton County teachers and draftsman or Junior draftsman. proposed district shall be bounded on SfW JANE FONDA
Employed Lightest
work for: the south by the dull of Mexico. The \
first when qualified Night work or weekends. Applyin : seas Boundary of the district shall be
other personnel 1. Quality education for all our boys, girls writing P. O. Box 32. De- that portion of the Walton-Bay County Direct-Drive PLUS -
line from tbe Gulf of Mexico
Have acquired the best qualified and and adults Funlak Springs, Fla. 42-9chg: : the Choctawhatchee River This line to t NIGHTPASSAGE

of instructional and hall then be projected northward
most dedicated group 2. Accreditation for all our schools SELECT YOUR NEW BIBLEat along the line dividing Range 17 West FARM CHAIN SAW

non-instructional: personnel, as a whole to 8. New and improved facilities at all the the home book store, all Live and corner Range of Section IS West 13 to Range the northeast is West, v

in the state of Oak Avenue. You will find over Township :a South. This shall be tbeDOnbt. I nColor
be found:.in any county elementary junior high and senior high 50 editions from the American northern. corner boundary of the da.tr.t.The shall, begin James Stewart I,

Florida schools to include such items as: Modern Bible Society, Holman, World and .t t the northeast corner and exte.dwesterly HOMELITE
select the best qualified Co. The along with section: line forming Audie Murphy
Will continue to ColUns Publishing pricesare
Science, .Language. .Mathematics, .and the south boundary of Hectlons 1.
-fill all positions fair trade catalog suggestedor 2, 3, 4. 9. and e. Range 18 West, Township XL-12 I
people to Social Studies laboratories less. In stock also 1* a fair :a South until said line Intersect.the ..
SUN.MON.TUES.MAN'sFAVORiTB
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and will continue to ad- N blgbwater mark at the eastern
Have advocated 4. Facilities to provide vocational and assortment of Christian books and tip of Jolly. Bay.. At thus point th.
vocate and work for adequate salaries for Rome church supplies.4:2,9,16,23,305tcht northern boundary shall follow the He + ws AUi the ananerS..
technical training high tide water mark contour around !
: Choctawhatchee Bar and It. tributariesuntil Perfect for every farm woodcutting SIZE LETS IDM THINK.Ia
all the school employees 5. Expanded library centers for all schools reaching, the Walton Okalooea chore ,

Will continue to seek :ways of eliminatingthe FOR SALE: FISH. BAIT, LIVE County Lane. Only 12 lb. I... bar and
6. Continued sound business practices in i The west boundary of the district chain the XL.12 packs pro- to.
of teachers performing minnows, crickets worms different shall be that portion of the WaltonOkaloosa ,. and
necessity spending tax dollars for education types. Artiflcal lures and County line extending from 'ormene..salon.power per.
from the nigh tide water mark on the north
routine jobs which hinders them 7. Adequate financing for improving and I tackle. Herring's Oil Well Ser. shore of Choctawhatchee: to the Oulf Cut 12.Inch tree In 10 seconds. .

of teaching. Sta.. Hiway 83, 4% ml. N. of De- of Mexico.All fell tree up to 3 feetIn
their job maintaining present buildings and facil- registered voters. who are freeholders diameter
seek of providing Funlak Springs, call TW 8-2268. and reside within the above
Will continue to ways ities Itpd. described territory are eligible to rote HAVE A FREE .
facilities and materials for or against the creation of said Moe. DCMOMSntATfOM, TODAYt
adequate teaching 8. Work in harmony with school personneland FULL SIZE ELECTRIC qulto Control District and to elect the
Ii FOR SALE:
and teacher desks District Board of Commissioners HARDESTY LAWN MOWER
student HOWARD IIAWIS.....
including, lay organizations stove, $20.00. May be seen This by order of the Board of County. SERVICE
Commissioners of Walton County Florida
BUILDING PROGRAM -: $281,416.80 S 9u Continuation of Bible reading and daily at Herring Ser. Sta.. Rt. a, 4% In regular session on the 10th day Repairs on all makes of lawnmowers !
.' mL north or call TW 8-2288. ltd of March IBM
new elementary school Prayer In our schools I( Board of County Commissioner,

.. . One complete Elementary 10. The Welcome sign to stay up "Come FOR RENT: UPSTAIRS APT., ((8e&1) Walton r Leo County.An"....Florida.. AU work guaranteed SPORT? COLOR
-West DeFuniak 4 rooms gas heat, air conditioned.Ph. Clerk To The Board 902 Live Oak Ave. Ph. TW 4-8181
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Office in" . B, Forrest A. McDonald.Deputy Clerk I
Library on
: 78 Classrooms; Cafetorium TW 8-2151. 42tfchg. 451 :2".If.23: ';

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:?:,n: THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1944,
VWCtJME: 73-PUBLISHED AVERY THURSDAY DeF1.'NJ- SPRINGS FLORIDA
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hey have to say. :: at Mississippi Southern shafted

THE DeFUNiAK HERALDCombined -------oOo Miss Patricia Goff over the Easter and ..

with THE BREEZE Anyone who likes cats would enjoy the holidays. -

current issue of the National Geographic h. SIZES _

DeFunlak Springs, Florida 'magazine which has a long article, full of Dr. J.: L. Anderson QJIaJsJtJlI /.

Publish Every Thursday at lovely color photographs of cats-all kindsof r} announces tho opening of his 1Delivery 1------
DeFuniak Spring, Florida t0 office for the Practice of Optometry -
cats. The article was very evidently written r in all Its phases. Eyes
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Completely Cover Warm'. County Trading Arc who cats. We ; and contact (
by one appreciates got up Blake] examined glasses J? comm lJtIs'
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico and went out and let our cat in so she could n lenses prescribed.
Second-Class Postage PaidH. t r 1 Office ,IWour:
visit with us while we were reading the ar you Monday through Saturday
T1'
C. STORRS Publisher 1024-1963 ticle. It curled} up in the most comfortablespot 8.00: A.M. to 5:00: P.M.

HOWARD STORRS, Editor, Publisher in the room, however, and paid no at- loolc Closed 502 North all day Main Thursday St.

SUBSCRIPTION: tention to our interest in the aricle. We had twice Phone MU 2.4014

Walton and Adjoining Countes.$3.00 Per Year cats, and} lots of them, all our life, until a Crestview Florida orders, instructions and service

Other _______. Year calls receive immediate attention
-; $3.50 Per few years ago, when we did without one for asloy through
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. the of radio
and ( use equipment in the WEST
several years. Now we have a fine ,ono "
) FLOtS DA GAS COMPANIES DELIVERY
Bible Verse nre planning on another. A friend of ours Ornamental Ironwork TRUCKS. An organization is no better than

For the bed is shorter than that n man told us not long ago, and we are uure thereare j Shop Located At Gaskin p 6 the service it gives and that Is why WEST

can stretch himself on it: and the cover a good! many years of considertion be- {i Q FLORIDA'S available truly to skilled assure specialists you of peak are per always -

ing narrower than he can wrap himself in hind the statement, that cats are next to peo- _.._ .. formance from your LP eauioment.

it.-Isaiah 28:20: plce, and} we think that's right. i FOR THE ECONOMY MINDED trip to

000 oOo GrnrI : : WHEAT TIRE SERVICE'would certainly be

};ems of Thought . Tomorrow Favors Eastern Time worthwhile. In many instances a good re- b
capped tire will outwear the original tread.
That tomarrow starts from today and is The Public Affairs committeee of the Pen- J Rcruly-To-Wcar Hugh Wheat has been responsible for the ,j

one day beyond It, robes the future ,withhope's eacola Chamber of Commerce has voted tc savings of many dollars to the people of .
rainbow hues.-Baker recommend a proposal for Eastern Standard (Open Thursday P.M.) this trade area. Drop by WHEAT TIRE .
SERVICE and let them check your tires for
} Time for this art of the state. TW 852210- N. 9th St. possible recapping. Prices' start at $7.95

Often do the spirits of great events strideon We have felt for years this would be an plus tax.

before the events, And in today already advantageous change, and we would like to All Work duaranteed For unurpassed service to ,all makes and
., __ _'__ -_ Campbell Welding television-stereo-radio the place to
walks tomorrow.-Coleridge see it adopted at the next session of the go Is RAINBOW ELECTRONIC INC. They

'. Legislature.We Rt. 3, Box 143, D.Funl.k Spring, are well-experienced in the field of elec
Every tomorrow has two handles. We can know there may be a lot of people Eaton Real Estate & Florida Phone Floral. 4-6691 II'tronics,;and I can think of no-one better
qualified to perform this service. havea
take hold of it with the handle of anxietyor who wouldn't be happy with the change, but well, eqiupped shop with modern They testing

the handle of faith.-Beecher we don't mind at all getting up sort of early Insurance Agency facilities. ,Their' prices are reasonable and

and} would like the extra hour in the eve- THEINSURANCE they offer pick-up and delivery service, what

I am not afraid of tomorrow; for I have ning. AUTOMOBILE FIRE more could you ask for.

seen yesterday and I love today.-White oOo THERE IS NO BETTER' WAY to start
cmSCIB1CE n the New Year off than by getting in the
Books Clrsc; April 4 BONDSWe habit of dining;at MOM AND DAD'S RESTAURANT -
The man who wastes today lamenting yes- : on Highwaay 90, West. I want ;
terday will waste tomorrow lamenting to- Eligible voters are reminded by Secretaryof represent STROUT to warn you however that this is one habit II
State Tom Ac" Gyms that Saturday of thir that will be hard to break for th-jy specialize -

day.-Raskin week April, f.- t' ? last date to register for REALTYIn in delicious Italian dinners or if you like ;
-oOo they have choice steak Southern: fried
Even such is Time; which takes in trust the Mr.y C 6; II i Uy eli .:..!. Real Estate t since 1900 mOniTOR] t Say . Dad . do you have to stand in
See. / J.: n ; )o :nts Oi. .::1.1: ."i '; ':" "**"* I What makes Hush the
Our youth, our joys and all we have; New Location Puppies so easy on
'
tw > :.nl"1 oi .c tered volt.s I.. : :cIJ.:: : ; *;*:" feet and so easy to take care of? Pete Miller
And but with and dust Lake Stanley
aye us age cUv! but there are also t.:1: c "' ,ted Uu.ll::>. says there're like feathers'on the feet, just
Which, in the dark and silent grave, TW1141( Accurate brush dirt away resist water and stains.
a': J r ta ..ul'A> ve not rcTisU-.C'l.: thus de ,II That's Hush the place is
When have wandered all l-ulples-and
we : cur ways !
,-t: 'r : i i he right to vote. IJv"'iniali: Springs, Fla.i'ist MILLER'S. The Family Shoe Store. Hush
Shuts the of
story o-r days:
up
A'.n.TVS' ; fiat Florida's "distre.; /n: .blow Complete Puppies-for men, women boys, girls little
/,'d from the Earth and grave and dual; JIIIiII.ol-! boys and little girls-prices start at $7.95.
of registered vote-3 is t. .
percentage" ::
11.3 Lord shall:! raise me up, 1 trust. ':':--- ------ News
-Sir Walter I Raleigh primary reason ,for the fact tint Florida rema: LOOK FOR, the "Henko" brand of
oOo rnrkc'l:\ 42d among the state t *.'.,' : ut-or' Coverage try on your next visit to your
-- in th-i peiceiitage of citizens:: over .Ile) roe of j National ] grocer. "Henko" is processed by HJ<.: .

Coi.ain: 1 'ing To Our DownfallA 21 who cast ballots! in the 1060 general e'ec- KOERBER, INC., right here in poulFII.
Springs. This is truly a sign, of
lev! years ago, it will I be remembered, tion. Leis: than 50 per cent of Floridians Insurance Agency for they prepare their chickens under

tho bwv w. leaders promised, without cquiv- over' 21 voted at that time. highest standards possible.I .

,"C \t.lJH, ..tat the Soviet Union would sur- So if you havent registered to vote In the TORt ,

pr.3, tin. uniry in every major field of production coming primaries, go ,by the office of M. C. i.e i. . suggest that when you consider building

by 1970. Burke this week and become eligible to vote BONDS > AU1 OMODILE FIRE 1 s or fLn5SJLom-e'doing necessary remodeling repairs your that Present you contact home.

An am>..ir is provided by the authorita for your candidates. FISIIEn HARDWAUE COMPANY No

thu: ..:teil.::ence Digest, which is published --oOo MARINE A CASUALTY 1 Y.or $22 6 Months $11 down payment is necessary and they give
3 Months $5.50 you up to seven ears to pay. They will also
in
England and has a great reliable sourcesof Unilateral' Behavior I INSUHANCB ... Ctlp tkle dvertiMmen erne) consolidate: all of your current bills into one
information over the world. It states flat- "What ever happened to that old gang of setups money eider k t .with tiThe you check e1 low convenient payment so that you can

ly: "There was less milk in the Soviet Union ours" First National, Bank C On*tlH:..Selene(tree* MonltC* over-burdening pay for your construction needs without
in 1963 than in the before ...*... Mete. Oil IS your budget.
year and also This is the opening sentence, and it is an rasa
fewer eggs. It may be added that three- apt one, to an editorial in Life magazine --,_ __ to. You can start the year off right with a
quarters of all vegetables .. brand-new Chevelle from .
and four out of .oaamswoiWE RIVARD CHEV_
on the tremendous changes in the world ROLLET COMPANY.
every five eggs consumed in the This wonderful car
countrywere has
situation-and world alliances-that have new style new size
new spirit and t
is
supplied by the collective BUY ,
just
farm peas- taken place: in a very brief period of time. a new all-around car. It also has the II

ants they have from been the allowed tiny backyard to cultivate plots which There is small doubt that the extent of these SOFT HARDWOOD AND OAK test hevrolet-buiJt-ln, you'U be glad i reliability-you did. Drop by for a
privately.
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changes, and their significance in the cold '
Within the last year, the number of pigson PINg PULPWOODContact .
is far
war and other international problems,
the collective and state farms has been ":" I know yoU want to start the year' off
reduced by half, and meat from generally realized. right and there could be DO better
production in way
Life goes on': "We are thinking of the so- t. of doing this than
a
general, which the state Ian had Sarinrs Account -
stipulatedould called free world, led by the U. S. and linked Hurtis Vaughun fJ"I at the FIRST NATIONAL BAN ur
be 16 million tons in 1963, did not actually This could very well be the start on
your
exceed 10 million tons." by alliances from Berlin to Bangkok- against Phone TE 62477 or road to success. Incidentally the interest

There is much other evidence of Soviet Commnulst aggression. The rest of the at home at Red Bay they pay could come in handy also. It would
world was easily divided into two other pay you to investigate today.
failure to meet announced or writ
goals. An out_
thirds. One 'was the Communist bloc, benton
standing one was a major cutback in the You can be sure that all of your meals
enlarging its realm by conquest or sub- will always turn *-
LAIRD TIMBER COMPANYP. out just right _
production facilities of a huge dam your purchase
power version. The other was the-impotent but Irritating all of your meat from CASEY.S IGA
which was supposed to assume the lead in O. Box' 1908 DISCOUNT FOODLINER. They feature the
'neutralist" world of India, Yugoslavia
overtaking the vast superiority of American finest Tablerlte Meats that is guaranteed
electric capacicty.So Eqypt, ,etc., which 'tried to stay out PanamaCity.. Florida to be fresh. Mr. Casey will be glad to specially -_
of the cold war while exploiting it for na_ cut your meat for any occasion. Watch
to make up the lack, the Soviet Unionis tionalist for weekly special prices on sausage oy'Tab-
purposes.
now ,trying to get her needs from the lerite Swift, Registers and other leading
West This is all part of history now. That picture brands.
through long term loans and credits.
In Lifes words is in ,
"smithereens.
The Digest's concluding line: "All that'we ., You benefit because SERVICE DRUG
And this is not confined to the western COMPANY specializes! No kitchen,
send them will be a direct contribution to appU-
world. The Communist orbit is in similar dilficuhties ances; no garden hose no pots and pans _
our own downfall. similar situations of drastic change f(I1fAp vl their pharmacist specialize in compounding
oOo prescriptions and dispensing drags and
arm drastic new.problems. From the point f II medicines Just like your doctor, their P bar
Campaign Officially Under Way of view of the West, the action of DeGaulle macist's entire attention is devoted to,providing

The 1964 political campaign got off to an lit itcognlzmg lied China and its policy olucvc.oi.nitf family.for Where the health care needs of your
have
you prescriptions
official start Friday night, when the first trace with any and all willing filled does make a difference.your

of the rallies sonsorcd by the county Dem- ,,cv _;...!Ut.uta has been the most mportant WITH A FOR THE DO IT YOURSELF 'MAN

ocratic executive committee was held at the ..ua cu3aciysnlic: element. On' the other side, ''i': WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE

traditional opening p'aceat Bruce. And &* .i.u gnu ueiA>'een lted China, and' Russia, at ( BRIDAL SET they has a have complete line of Wizard power tools.

always at this favored spot, tho food servo::1 I "....: b iau though to be the firmest of allies a from and tools to saws fit any drills sanding-machines Before II

by the ladies was one of lha ]hi.' )<:;li 19h'&- of -.. "....v..I..Y.. tt.iu. purpose, seems to deepen al- purchase any power tool urpose.you really) must you see
the occasion. . w : and compare>> the quality line of WizardIf
"-* ui.o U'U ou top of this, alll the old t RHODES from WESTEN ATO'

The committee scheduled 11 of the rallies: '\wvu war iToius are still latent, as in Berlin, ,

this year-five north of the railroad, five -w biuulaenrlg'\ as in Cuba, or very hot, as J you want to surprise any-one with an
south and the final speaking here in D Fu- in \',ell1am'." > IU unusual gift I suggestyou do it with flowers -
niak Springs. These rallies Luc: the from McLEAN FLORIST. Telephone
n part of tho explains new situation: "The key Elizabeth
or Ruth and let them whip up
campaign picture here for many years, arc 10 the new pattern is unilateral behavior- See o* really an important part of the campaign, i.e..: stekmg.your own national interest with- men's and women's wire flowers for you anywhere.in the U. S.

and give voters all over the county a chanceto .ut clearing it with your allies, even'if yournllyis':1 watches before you buy. for they of are Florist members of the national organization -

see nd hear the candidates face to face. nuclear giant." And this is, to say liirthda'-s: anniversariesand Telegraph

Walton county voters also are famous for the 'least, creating confusions and dangersof gi, .duation gifts. ITS A FACT
that when it to
comes
taking a great deal of interest in the campaign every conceivable kind. And the problemsis .I ing for the entire family that you are
and it .is right that they should. The creates for the State Deartment stagger Rhod es Jewelers ; tain to save money, at CARP'S. When Delivery.II'

campaigns are serious thing with the can- the imagination It'ls hard' to envy Sea Rusk 'Uh-Street i r I see think the a sale prices is here in you will at 'all be Inclined times.

didates, and the voters owe it to them to give his job at the present time. the cold weather progress BUll ahead I suggest )'

.attentive and serious consideration to what Even without ,Sen. Fulbrights ,help. '-," .'_ .- see$1.99 their to 299.men's flannel shirt priced._ lro






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FOR COUNTY JUDGE .

I r. Political Announcements : ,a I : "

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FOR SUPERINTENDENT 0.I 'k :

PUBLIC. INSTRUCTION

;ju.ij-'U to the wishes: of theu

1 s iii the corning: election 1, I i.',
sY '+cta.. 4P
M u F. Itlndworth wish to an-

!i:''- all.' dH:! us a cniididale for ? .
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i .:(druZcnt: of Public Instruci 4. ,v
< .j i :.i i ':'alLon county Florida. I r..5. 4 ; \ i I r

that ;A .,, a
i c.i' my experience as a .
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eichir: ] coach, former Superin- I S 3t .a ,

ndent end Junior High Principal L -k n" t I i
las: given me a better understand- ;

nil of problems which face our i

..hool system.I i
i.T ap
'I >f
W have a D.S. Degree from the i

; ,a University of Alabama and a .l r+. t.f ,
Masters Degree from Florida State

Jn'vcrsity in Administration and :

supervision on the Secondary and L..,
Elementary: level. I wish to serve I FOR SHERIFFI FOR SHERIFFI FOR SHERIFFI FOR

you with no allegiance to certain I hereby announce as a candi-
schools but with allegiance to hereby announce as a candi- hereby announce as a candi- hereby announce myself as a I am running date for re-election as County ti

each and every school and all the date for Sheriff in the Walton date for Sheriff of Walton county candidate for election as Sheriffof Sheriff of Judge of Walton county, subject ;
.
:children in the Walton county county Democratic primaries in subject to the May Democratic Walton county subject to the against the to the action of the voters in the

to FOR COUNTY School System. I expect to fonfidein May. I am a life-long resident of primaries. I am 34 years of age wishes to the voters in the Demo- I have served Democratic primaries.If .

,,cSUPERINTENDENT( and work with all the school thu county and have always stood have made my home in Walton cratic primaries in May.I in the past, the voters of the county honorme

OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION connected personel and other for what is rlpht. I promise you I county practically all my life. I I have received a great deal of portunity to with re-election to this office

citizens on all levels to have a that If you honor me with reelection -:' am married and have four children ,encouragement from my friends year there is I will continue to serve the whole

I hereby announce my candi- smooth operating school system. I as your Sheriff I will all in school.I 'and former supporters as well as the Sheriff's county to the best of my ability,
dacy for re-election as Super- respectfull solicit your supportand continue to be for what Is rightin have seven years experiencein from many who did not supportme seen all of us and feel that my experience as

intendent of Public Instructionof help in the coming electionto enforcing the laws of the law enforcement and am a four years ago and If honored of us as County Judge will enable me to

Walton County subject to the enable .me to become your county.I graduate of the FBI National I with the office. I pledge to them, Deputy. I ask serve you better. I will appreciateyour

May Democratic primaries. Superintendent and work: for a feel that my more than three Academy Washington D. C., and I and all the people of the county what you have consideration and vote. -

Having served one term as your Better and Unified Walton County years experience as your Sheriff have attended several other FBI, I,clean honest and reasonable) law your next Joe Dan Trotman.

superintendent I feel more than School System. has enabled me to qualify myself Florida Sheriff's Bureau and State enforcement. of eight

ever the tremendous responsibility -John F. Bludworth.FOR to serve you better. I have attended Fire College training courses. If I I am grateful to the people for fair to the

and sacred trust attachedto several FBI courses in var- elected your Sheriff I promiseyou I the many favors I have receive county. If

this important position. SCHOOL BOARD ious phases of law enforcement four years of competent im- I and feel that I can point with with each

If you are kind enough to re- DISTRICT TWOI und also several courses taught partial and dependable law en- ,pride to the record made during the need for
elect me to a second term as your by the Florida Sheriff's Bureau.I forcement. ,the time I have served you ar protection of its

superintendent I will continue to W. C. (Will) Gandy, take this have taken every opportunityI I solicit your vote and supportand your sheriff. I am a lifelong re Inesses and
stress quality education for our opportunity to announce to could to make myself a more will appreciate any help you ,sident of Walton county membet crime in that
you,
boys and girls and adult citizensof the people of Walton County thatI efficient law officer and I feel may give me. Sincerely Joel T. of the First Presbyterian Church never run for
Walton County and dedicate this training and my experiencewill Alford. Masonic Lodge 170. and the Ode other than
am a candidate for reelectionto
myself anew to this noble task. allow mo to serve you better.I Fellows Lodge. (IOOF). Is the office
the office of school District
board.
--John E. Baldwin. I will appreciate your vote. and Hubert R. Adklnson I I will appreciate your vote and qualified. I I
Two, in the May 5th Dcmo-
help in the campaign. Sincerely, support in the primary elections Motor Vehicle
ciatic primaries.I .
,FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER want to thank each and every HOWAIID "Andy" ANDERSON.To Sincerely years served
I CURTIS P. MILLER. way
DISTRICT THREEI one of you for the wonderful vote The Residents Of The as Sheriff In

of confidence that you bestowed Third Senatorial) DistrictI 6 years. When
wish to announce that I am upon; me four years ago. If reelected 1--
to candidate for re-election to the I will strive as before hereby announce my candidacy Foraw obligated only
t "Cg of Walton
for the office of Senator
.office of County Commissioner to and children the
give you your .
from the .
Third Senatorial Dis-
District Three. I appreciate the type of representation that the
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trict of the State of Florida. I ? .
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favors done during the
many me people of Walton County so justly FOR COUNTY
year I have tried to serve you to deserve. have qualified as a candidate' for

the very best of my ability, andI It has been a pleasure servingyou this office' and will seek nomination -

earnestly ask: your consideration and children for the In the Democratic: primaries ;
your I wish to
in May 180*. I earnestly solicit
in the future. If honor
you three I asking
past years. am you tion for .
vote and in
another term to this your support my
me with to give me a second term in' campaign.I xrx of County Adoffious Wavd, candidate for f
office I will continue to work .sucession as a .member of your ton County House of representatives from
for the best Interest of nIl our shall provide a program of
School Uoard.I subject to the Walton county. X was born in
service based on the following: [
at all times. Sincerely
county retired from trade in 1958
my of Walton Darlington, 2-0-27 and attended
Hubert BellFOR 1. Shouppo Howell will introduce -
ys and( I em not employed by any A bill to nbol'sh' the increasein primaries.I Darlington school. I entered military -
;!.victual or company and I can have been service, served time over-
"'< I cnr and truck: tag: prices tint I
DUll will devote my full time and I became effective this year If new I of Walton seas; after my military obligation -
nfurt' if necessary to the fulfillment money is necessary then other to this post I I returned home and did

t ot the duties of this office mean should be found that will I to the people various work. I then completed

\ and the hchool uflalrs of this be shared: by our tourists as wellas a whole as high school and then entered Troy
s ccwnty. \ residents I of District State College, receiving a B. S.

:My past performance> is a matter 2. Sin".upp IIoV&11 will work for FOR TAX ASSESSORI have the best Degree in Business Administration. -
ox' public re open
: an increase in aid to the older I'I
i tel.s for inspection; at any time. citizens of Florida. I hereby announce as a candi- will work I am at the present representing

I I I m a war veteran a member 3. Shouppe Howell will\ oppose date for re-election as Tax As- ciples I further an insurance company which takes

L (of f /.:> Ticaii Legion Post 61, a the interference of the Federal sessor of Walton County subject FOR TAX ASSESSOR ty and me over Walton County and I
+ nu' . : oi the Methodist Church Government in any area to the action of the voters in members of see the various need of the citi

." i m' -mber of your present 4. Shnuppc Ilowell will advocate the Democratic primaries. Clarence Carpenter has qualified best Interest of zens of Walton county.
',' unly School Board I have made every effort to in such With educational back-
ccinmi./\ , f.tato:; Government \>y this week as a candidate in the my
: '. candy: on May 5th. ThankFOR competitive bidding living: within serve the people of Walton County May Democratic primaries for tax your vote and ground I feel that I can represent

''you, prescribed budgets and by reor- and the general public faith- assessor of Walton County\ confidence and everyone with fair and unbiased
I fully and honestly In the past the job If representation.I .
ganization of any phase of State Born In 1912 on a farm he was
I
government that proves necessary and pledge myself to give my best the fourth child among a family am in favor of democracytrue -

5. Shouppe Ilowell will vote to effort to merit approval of the of eleven children. In 1914 he IN THK CURT :: democracy where the maJ-

retain an adequate voice in the public if re-elected. married Era Gallmore and began JbmK ur*W.. ority rule. I will never submit

t ; legislature for the !smaller rural I will greatly appreciate your his family of two childrenHaroldand IN HJ: kit; 'rA'.. to a pressure group or a minority
.&: counties. vote and support in the coming Griselda both graduates\ of e_...... u.._' I will stand for the majority.I .

6. Shouppe Ilowell will not voteto primaries. Sincerely" Hubert R. Walton High School. All cr nuAtCa..u.irs, ui* : have always had a conserva-
do away with homestead exem- Acikinson. Wuvy' .**u.r, a"" tive attitude toward the use of
He is a property owner! and tax-
--- I II ption since this would Injure the ayer of Walton County and there or L.,1 uMiMhuiM au HM4ui%.... . ' public funds and I will stand for
COUNTY CoMf.i'iij.wKeR, older people and lower income FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER fore, has acquired a knowledgeand s M..aiii.. -.& esutte ill state or county constructionto

DISTRICT 3 I group. DISTRICT 3 an Interest in the taxayersof Owuuty........ AD"rfuutte tu. UA / be awarded after competitivebids.

I hereby announce myself as a 7. Shouppo Howell will work this county. Also he has served apruitfo. jrtortuit. .
i natural I candi- im.iiui. Irvu* .... I the need for road improvement
candidate for County Commis- for the conservation of our hereby announce as a three terms as a member of the pUWiUMtUUU 01 till see
sioner District 3 Walton Countyin resources and th_ development of date to succeed mmyself as County Town Council of De Fu n la k or ueiuaua i.LWL in Walton county, especially -
the Democratic primaries to be ( fsi '. this area's business industrial and Commissioner Walton County Springs acquainting himself with must nt fit .pitebWAlAQe..... tue. .. our rural roads.I .

held in May 1964. : ? recreational potential. District One, subject to the actionof the problems of the people asa .u. ...... xuut. / will work toward better

In announcing my candidacy I 8. Shouppe Howell will work the voters in the Democratic whole. or t.iitiinitiit. tt. Wlil, UM_.M"... schools: In Walton county, for the
earnestly solicit the vote and sup- and vote for increased benefitsfor primaries. I will appreciate :your He says he Is sincerely grateful law. betterment of the future genera-

port of the people of Walton . all citizens in the field of vote and support. Respectfully, for the friends he has made these .....0 aay_w.of.......... ' tion and the rapid Increase In

County.I \ education and especially in the MARVIN RIGDONFOR alt years and if honored with ajUMJuUAA. . population.I .
field of vocational teachnical education 'A55.ru,5ub will work toward compulsory
for County
am not a candlate r COUNTY COMMISSIONER this office will strive to serve JTlMIMT, ...
Commissioner because of the ) ..f for boys and girls of the DISTRICT 0 the people of Walton County to FIT" ** ......_.... legislation for the State Depart-

solocitation of any group of individuals :,(, '' a Third District not planing to attend the very best of his ability at all .ataru.. _.... voo.,". ment of Agriculture: to require
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nor any clique but I 5t ii\ .;.: 1 college. I hereby announce as a candidate times. all meat and meat products to
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am a candidate because I want "' """ -"""" 9. Shouppe Howell will consultwith for County; ; Commissioner. Your vote and support will be nuT161i. ur meet; the' same"; rigid inspection" mm

and need the Job. SCHOOL BOARD all elected or appointed District 5, subject to the action appreciated! to NOWMI t***.pi..u1.r .#j*..r...uy*.' Florida producers are required to
Twill specialize in working for DISTRICT FOURI boards concerning any decision to of the voters of Walton countyin CLARENCE CARPENTERFOR tU. .....*.ttUBMMl do.I
:yOU. Respectfully, be reached at the State level and the Democraic primaries. I have uuogs u.a4a.r. of wtui Walton..... will expedite every feasible
Jack Donald Adair. hereby announce as a candi will not attempt to dictate or made my home In Walton county iivtatxma IIIMII effort to bring vocational and
date for the Walton County Board force any decision upon them. He for the past 43 years and have COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1M.......... ""'........,..,. technical schools to Walton county -
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REPRESENTATIVE of Public Instruction subject to I will abide by the decisions made three children In school here. Jam DISTRICT FIVEI uuuvrwKuMt o .ar iti-m.*. I so that Industrallst will be

FOR I the wishes of the Democratic by a conference with: local peopleo familiar with the needs of the in tti. ...'....01._ more favorable in locating in Wal-

myself a voters in the county. the county concerned. whole county and will serve the wish to take this means to<< pLace05 epruic*. ..ou.u....... ton county.
:I hereby announce the office of Houseof I have lived in 'V"altonconty 10. Shouppe Howell will serve whole county if you honor me announce as a candidate for elec. I will support our senior citizens -

candidate for subject to the r for the past 21 years. I am mar- ;you honestly, faithfully and intel with the office. Master Mason, ion as County Commissioner District especially the blind dependent -
Representatives in the Spring ried and have two children, ligently so that the Third "Senatorial Church member and Sunday Five subject to the wishes IN THe and aged. If there shouldbe

wishes of the voters 3rd. General Elec- :served in the U. S. Air Force in District will improve and School teacher. I will appreciateyour of the voter on the Democratic WAI.AUN 1M -.:... --.: an Increase In pay for public
and November the Korean Conflict. If elected to prosper. vote and support. Sincerely, primaries. I have served the peo- J. S. Oanrvtt official state or
tion. to work this office I will serve the peopleof I hope to contact each of you John Henry Cassidy.CONSTABLE ple of my District before) and the va_ increased let it be increased for
promise
If elected, I of Walton the county in a fair and in person and I sincerely solicit whole county to the best of my AU person* the senior citizens accordingly.
bard for the people work diligently honest way at all times.I your vote support and help in the DI8T. 4 ability and feel this experience pile property. or interas hrsa Master Lodge No. 225 member

county. I will Florida and will appreciate your vote and Democratic primaries during May will help me to do a better JobIf UicrwfTH YDO Club. Adoffious Ward.
title the Governor of in this 1964. I hereby announce<<: myself as a
to support race.J. you favor me with your vote. STATE Or
1 1 other interested people C. Turner 10. Shouppe Howell will help to candidate for Constable, District I will greatly appreciate your All pcraoas & .
EL 'of Industry into our county soS improve the roads of the district. 4, subject to the wishes of the vote and support in the coming title, or Interest LEGAL NOTICE
v 1 all our citizens may be gainfully FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER voters in the May !5th Democratic I tne real property tnereofUreetingst .
part
primaries. any
ejmplolyed. DISTRICT THREE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER primary.I GAVIN IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT Iff AND
ALBERT B.
Political Advertisement DISTRICT I II am a life long resident of You are tiereby FOB WALTON COUNTY FLORIDA
Paid CHANCERY. NO. MM
IN
ceeding: to quiet
T, S. "Sam" CampbelRt. I hereby announce as a candidate hereby announce as a candi- Walton county. I am married and In the Circuit \ AVERT: H. BMITH.
2 Box 154 Cp1I'un1 for the office of County Comm date for the office of County Commissioner have two children. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER a,. Florida against Plaintiff
Springs. FloridaJack to the District No. I, Walton the past six I have DISTRICT J any estate. right, VS.- .
'ak ssioner, District 3, subject For years or lien upon u. LILA PATS: SMITH.
wishes of the voters In the Demo- County subject to the wishes of I been employed as a policeman by real property "'\ D.fend.nt.NOTICE .
FO R COUNTY JUDGE cratic primaries. the voters in the May Democra- the City of DeFunlak Springs. I am a candidate for County Florida The eouth_..1'1 half l On or before Monday TO DKFEND, the 2Oth day:

;J will appreciate your vote and U cPrimarles 1964. This gives me much<<: knowledge of Commissioner from District No. Quarter (Htt of of April 1 O4. the defendant. LIla
**. Gatlin take this this 3. Brief history: Native of Walton M. Township 4 I Faye required to appear I la
I. to support. Respectfully, I am a life long resident of the need for your Constable to West this r.i'n4": serve upon B. C. Howell -
opportunity to announce you JAMES PADGETT county and the son of the late be active under certain conditions. County. Served in World War and you are the plaintiffs attorney, whoa.

the people .,f Walton county the office that !I G. M. Bishop of Argyle. I am married 1. To help to protect life and Two and was honorably dis uiuilly v. ..i the or Clerk by ( ) adrese. 1s. and P. O.file Box with 27S.tne Clerk Oeneva.Alabama olsaid .
for FOR RENT DOWN. automo
I am a candidate ; : LARGE to the former Muriel Paul property. charged. Worked as sn April 27. 1M4 Court her written dcfenene or
of County 3'udge. In write ntoseek ;iTr-j apartment Inqure at 311 and have three children.I 2. To cooperate with the other bile mechanic. Now own my own li any to the answer against to her the herein Bill. of praying Complaint for a filed div .
the Opp01-tunity Circle Drive. 3-4 feel I am well qquallffed to law enforcement agencies of this business and have made success copies Funlak of Springs.same orce.
the I .
the lives of, aIr of the people I .. ,. serve as Commissioner! and if you town and county. of It. the r.1&1DUff. a* This order I* to be published once
and will : .-. I- J .. four consecutive weeks
for
them of dollar 'b. $ each week
value a
the
I know
love this of all not
to most
that t honor me by electing me 3. 'And prey Intrat .
fad h title. or In tbe DeFunlak Herald a nswipaoerpublished
and n-I :
fairlY e hard for for the little fee and when you elect me your described : nor-
justice office, I will work progress upon the public above In said Walton County
dispense will
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among thc: n. If joy 7Dt 9Sf66 In the County and will serve which has been used too much in County Commissioner 111 see that you Herein.fall. .
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esty In the be entered Witness hand and official seal
honor me with this J the people In a fair and honest lots of places In this county. Waalton County get a dollar'sworth WITNESS arb. ; this :21 day my of March. 11184.
primaries
for dollar expended.I aid court ANDREWS
5th Democratic way. My past record as a policeman every B. LEO
May I .... March
'bia
ledge my strencth and ability I will greatly appreciate your here qualified me to make you a want your vote. It will be to ( ea1) : Walton Clerk of County.Circuit. Florida Court.

p alncerely solicit your vote and ] vote and support. Constable that you can trust. your Interest and Walton County' Clerk of :By Ia 'A41&........ D. CMar3&At117.ada .

will appreciate any heir you s. Sincerely Your vote will tx appreciated. Interest to vote forK Hasel (BBAZ..' )
MARVIN BISHOP RALPH RUSHING ye. Barton gal: I. 3C-4 :3. 9.
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Washington I Hobbs Saturday afternoon. Miss Adrianne Walline were th eley Mrs. Mollie McGee Mrs. Lou- Miss :Jackie Hodges, who is attending MRS. MISSOURI CAULEY ]Mies Miriund.'rs: : spent; the.
.And'The Beaches I Mrs. OJUie Sue Godln of New "dinner guests of the Roy Burli- ise Barrett, Mrs. Haden, Mrs. C. the Patricia: Stevens Enter! h,,')'K l v in/ A hens Ala.,
Orleans spent the Easter weekend sons on Wednesday. March 25.: I H. McGee, :Jr., Mrs. Betty Morgan School of Design in Atlanta Missouri .
:. was Mrs. >y, 86, a resident l- UiMn** h"r ni-ee, Mr,. Joe Agee
Mrs. Mel Cameron of Gulf with her family here I,Mrs. Edith Burlison and grand- home for the week end. of Winter Garden, died art and Mr. Agee.Saves .
Breeez as the week end Mrs. Evie SalUman, Mrs. Henry STORK SHOWERA 'daughter, Teressa Butler, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bishop of Thursday In IIn Orando hospital. -
her son-in-law and daughter guest Mr.of Wesley and Mrs. Harold Salts- lovely party was enjoyed in Harold Saltsman, Mrs. Evio Salts- Tuscaloosa were here visiting her She was a former resident of De- ;I .!I"'l.-' : "'""'! J' ;;;
and Mrs: R. O. Saltsman.Mrs. man were business visitor in De- the Sunday school room of the mand, :Mrs Ollie Sue Saltsmanand parents over the week end. Funiak Springs and was a member -
Fumak Spring on Friday Pt. Washington Methodist churchon daughter Gay. Mr. and Mrs. :Jerry Wood from of the Deuloh Baptist ehnr h.
Lillie Infinger spent last Miss Lucy Kilbourne and a Saturday afternoon, when Mrs. Sending gifts but unable to attend Dothan, visited her parents Mr. Fhneral services were conducted Me\ A Lot of
Thursday in Panama City guestof friend from Tallahassee spent Albert Butler and Mrs. Dick were: Miss Helen Strick- and Mrs. Zack Robinson, over the Saturday at 2 p, m., from the CDS. I .
her brother and sister-in-law. Good Friday and Saturday with Saltsman entertained with a shower land, Mrs Evans Holley Mrs. Co- week end. ter Springs church with the Rev.< l'foacy' Too!
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Carter her Mrs. Van Ness Butlerof rene Bishop and Mrs. Winn and Richard
parents the Max Kilbourne's. honoring Mr. and Mrs. W W Green Bloodworth offlclitng: .
Mrs. Edd Walline of Grayton Houseguests of the Van But Gulf Breeze.Arrangements. i children from Dorchester, S. C., Interment followed)) in the Cluster \'
Beach suffered a broken ankle lers at Grayton Beach for the of beautiful spi- Thomas Hugh Andrews of : ZiCI'1 visited Mr, and Mrs. Alvin Mil Springs cemetery, with Comander 'hy not save Mime of
when she fell at the church Sun- Easter week end were Mr. and rea, gladioli, wisteria and Easter sonville was home for the \ ler over the Easter holidays. Funeral Home in chirge I your hmd-carned dolarsttih : -
day March 22. She was hospitalized Mrs. Van Ness Butler and daughter lilies were placed at vantage end. I She is survived by four sons u j oJ.ty en jour
several days in Panama City, Donna of Gulf Breeze and Mr points throughout the party room. a broher and one sister. II I'o (Ih;' 4ovcrw me,
until a cast could be put on. We I and Mrs. Robert Infinger and son A lovely corsage of pink and theft! I Lubiliiy, win i dst -
are glad tOreport that she is recuperating Robert Wayne.Mr. white azaleas was pinned on the I I Mr and Mrs Teddy DeShazo of < mi n-.d Truly, other,
-nicely at home now. and Mrs. Albert Butler Pt- honoree by Mrs. Butler. Mrs. Rus- Panama City were vtslt'nt' their risk; *. Not! t*,c K! shtestolifrit'on
Her litle daughter Adrianne, was tended the Toole funeral in De- sell Haden won the prize in both parents over the week end ; : ;iti giving us aca'l. 't
the house guest of Rev. and Mrs. Funiak on Wednesday.Mrs. the contests enjoyed during the I : .
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C. She was accompanied by Miss :J. C. Cuchens spent Easter social hour, after which Mrs. But-
Mrs. ',Walline was in the hospia) week end in Pen&acoia nurs- ny lovely gifts for the little one- Harris insurance
Mile Lois Maxon has retimed ing her brother, Mr. Calvin Hoi- to-be. N. A. DIXON
to "Eden" after a delightful tour ley, who is still in the hospital The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Well Driller Agency
which took her as far as Aiken S. there recuperating from brain sur- ler opened and displayed the ma-
CC. SIte was accompanied by Miss gery. Butler's daughter, Regina and the I[ specialize in 2, 3.and 4 in. wells. orw G.151
Ellen I Pelham of Montgomery.They Mr: and Mrs. Chester Carter honoree's daughter. Donna, served Rotary equipment. Call 535-2048: "
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children of Panama City were delicious commee and home-made
f do softne shopping. the dinner guests Sunday of Mr. cookies to the following, Mrs. Butler Vernon Florida
Our sympathy is extended to and Mrs. Gene Infinger and Mrs. opened and displayed the ma- .
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Mr and Mfs. Bob Tarrance of Lee Carter of Pensacola Joined son, Robert Wayne, Mrs. Dick
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DeFutaiak Springs visited Mrs. them there. Saltsman and daughter, Joy Mrs.
Mamta Hatch and Mr. W. R. Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Syfree and j Max KUbourne Mrs. Alfred Hol- I BEST FRIEND A GIRL CAN HAVE I I

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73: -PUniJSIIED EVERY THURSDAY THE DeFUNlAK HERALD-BREEZE THURSDAY APRIL 2, 1964SOCIAL ..

IP'' Mrs. Jeff Parrish of Fort Stewart Mrs. Harriet Parish spent the Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Ingram Mrs. Mary Elliot Mrs. Oren '
I S \ I Ga, spent the weel-end here Easter holidays here visiting her and son visited his parents over Griggs and Mrs. Willie Bailey 'i
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AcJjyLL1,1MARRIAGE with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. family. the week end. I spent Monday In Pensacola. . ".. 'a
_ } Tom Andrews and Mr. and :Mts. Misses Jane Hickman and Sue Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Sellars I Mrs. Clyde Hurbeson spent 1
f M. J, Parrish, Jr. Humphries are home for the holidays and boys of Pensacoa, were: Eas- Thursday of last week In ensa-
ANNOUNCED J Ilrtlulay Dinner Reunion Miss Jackie Hodges of Atlanta, from the University of Sou- ter visitors of the J. E. .Woo tens. cola.
I I'or Mrs. L. K. CaseyOn spent the Easter holidays here
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wesley of with her parents, Mr. and, Mrs.
Point Washington, nnnoume the Sunday. March 22, 1964 Henry Hodges.
marriage of their daughter, Janio Mrs. L.. E. Casey celebrated her Mr and Mrs. Wilsin Gordon
Hammonds, to Eddie Richard j birthday at tho Wayside Park in and children of Gainesville, spent
The marriage wns nn event of DeFunlak Srpings, with a Birthday the weekend here with her brents. -
March 26th In Lake Charles, Ln., Party-Union. ley .. Mr and Mrs. John Richardson -
where they will make their home. Friends and relatives gathered ; .
at the park about 11:00: o'clock. Miss; N.mcy Rigcll of Panama
Mr. and Mrs Pat Covell had Soon there after preparation was City. sent the Easter holidays herewith
ns their guests, lat!! week their made for a bountiful dinner. 'rirnds
grandchildren Jan and Jill Jer- A beautiful birthday cake was Miss Catherine Cain of University ".
nlgan of Crestvlow Bill, Jean her of Florida spent the weekend
Mrs.
... Dr. presented to Casey by
and Jim Covell of Pen-Nicola children. After the blessing by her here with _her arents, Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Covell accompanied ,
and brother Mr. C. W. Barley Happy Airs Ford t am.
Burl Under- r
Mr. and Mrs
Birthday was sung by all. Mr Thomas Hugh Andrews nf:
wood to Houston, Texas for several Those present to help make thisa CHOSEN Jacksonville, sent the weekend CUSTOM STYLED. READY .TO HANGDRAPERIES"
days vi'it. happy occasion for Mrs. Casey MITZIE MASON here with her parents Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs Beverly Tuckerof PIP KAPPA PlHI ROSE QUEEN
Mrs. Tom Andrews.
her children: Mr. and Mrs.
S,C.. and Myrtle were '
,
Spartanburg A
of Mr. and Mr Dan Moore of Perry, spent
James Casey Perry
Nesbitt of Greenville, S. C., were Miss Mltzie Mason was chosen
the weekend here with his father
of Lake ,
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City
Lewis Casey
housecuest of Mrs. J. S. Gaston Mrs Pt Kappa Phi Rose Queen at the
Clarence Mc- Mr. Harry Moore.
and Mrs.
and Mr.
end Margaret recently. Fraternity's annual Rose Ball re-
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Caylor nnd Donald of Red flay Fla. cently. H. n.s <
children spent Easter with her Grandchildren: Miss Peggy Cas- Mitzie will reign as their Sweet- .> Spun Dyed Acetate! "
parents in Union Springs, Ala ey of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. heart until next March 1965. Sheis
Charles Benedict and Sharla presently a sophomore at Flor- s > 2-Year Guarantee against 9 9 1 -I.
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. McSween of Ruth of Gainesville Kelly and ida State University and a member fading! i ,
S Pensacola, were visitors here on Allen Casey of Perry Miss Norma of Kappa Alpha Theta Sor- .> White BeIge Gold Aqua 2 g t
Sunday. Jean McDonald, Wayne, John L. '
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hamilton and Roger McDonald of Red Bay ority.Miss Mason is the daughter of n, H and Rose! ; ; '
and J\ rs. Neil Williams of Grace- Brother Mr. C. W. Barley of En- Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Mason. 4ox8UnJ
vl'le.' were here for the funeralof terprise Ala., sisters, Mrs. Joe
Mrs. A. G. Campbell, Sr., on Raley and Mrs. Earl Dudley of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Underwood .'A Blend of Rayon and Ac t, rt
Sunday.Mr. DeFuniak Springs, Fla. accompanied Dr. and Mrs. A. B. etate! 99
and Mrs. Gerald McKin- Other relatives and friends pre Covell. Jr. of Pensacola to Houston ,.
non and family of Gulf Breeze, sent were: Mrs. C. W. Barley and Texas for a visit with Dr .Florals Modems, Scenics 3 '
visited relatives here on Sunday. Mrs. Andrew Nichols of Enter- and Mrs. Aubrey Robinson. and Sdid Colors! aea't
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perry and prise, Mr.' Joe Raley, Mr. and Among the out-of-town relatives .. .. .> 41x90-in. "U 1'' = 1 1r
family of Silver Springs, Mr., have Mis. James Griffith and childrenof here for the funeral of I
been the Easter guests of Mrs.\ DeFunlak Springs, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Campbell Sr., on Sun-
Perry's father, Judge D Stuart Mrs. Leon Raley Sherry and Donna day were Miss Mary McKinnonof # g
G Illis. Mr. Earl Dudley oft DeFun. St. Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs.
M'ss Evelyn McCasklll\ has returned iak Springs.!! Mrs. Eva M. Barley Luther McKinnon of Greenville: Draperies Reg. $5.99 yr
In Jaric' nnvrl'e' after spending Mrs. Bill Bonifay Mr. and Mrs. 1 I Ala, John E. McKinnon of Hous. te I
the Easter holiday here with Ralph Barley Jr., and baby and ton. Texas and Mr. and Mrs. Leo '
Now
her mother, Mrs H E L McCas- Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Conway and I I Andrews, Jr. of Gainesville. __ _n, Only $3.88WEEKEND
kill and sister, !Mrs Arthur Paul- 'rh'Idren of Pensncola.' Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jernigan and chllTfn NEW AUTO PARTS STORE .
rrn Mrs. Roscoe Smith of Enterprise, <* of Crestview, snent Easter OPENS APRIL 1st 1964 :
/mon th" o'lt-of' town rel- Mr and Mr*. B D. Smith* and here with her parents Mr. and Claude Buler: announces the
B''VB here for fi'n' '!ral of Mrs. Roy Stone and boys of Lock- Mrs. A. B. Covell. Sr. opening of Bulger Auto Parts Co. SPECIALS
Mrs. Christian nice, who was hart, Ala. I I Marie Callan a*.d ,*"n. J<'hnnv en April 1, the location the former
luricd at HatehT: Cemetery near Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ward and of Ch'car. arrived in DeFunlak *7asweH; Construction Co., office
I'reeport on Saturday, were Misses children. Mr. and Mrs. Will fishing Springs Friday to spend Easter Baldwin Ave and 5th Street. MEN'S SUMMER':' Girls7 Spring
He'le and Ellrabeth Davis; of Jack- of Red Bay, Rev. John Aoh holidays and s-r'rc vRA't'r'n v1 1 v. Pulger hat been in the parts .
rrnvllle, Forrest Davis and Phil- Rev. and Mrs. Nol.s and children. Mrs. Callan's sister, Mrs. Robert : M's'ness for the past 22 years, t Sport Shirts
lip Davis of Quincy Rev, Davis Rev. and ,Mrs. Wilbur Kelley of Mead and family. 20 ,rira with Taylor Parts and DRESSES OPEN
Martin of Montgomery, Mr. and DeFuniak ,Sprlnpi.: I Mrs. A. S. Miles spent Fnttei for the past 10 years has been t i
Mrs. Robert Martin and familyof Mrs. Casey received many lovely Sr Tampa with her daughter, M'ss manarcr: of tho Taylor Parts Store F
I Cantonment, Mr. and Mrs Rifts and cards from friends. and Anita Miles, who is attending: the here.He Reg 2 0 $5 55 1 44 All DayThursday
Lindsey Martin and daughters of relatives. University of Tampa. savs ho will still "Give the 2.99 R
Ft. Walton Beach. Everyone departed after a won- Mrs. Glen Bishop of Tuscaloosa, same prcmpt and courteous ser- REG.
Mrs. Rufus Diu" hctte Is spend- derful day of fellowship and visiting spent several days last week with vice day and night and invites Handsome plaids,fancies and 1.99 244
ing twg.weeks In Jacksonville attending wishing Mrs.\ Casey many her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H O. his' friends to continue their automotive .
a special training course "Happy Returns of The Day.. Hlnton.: trade with him.. solids In fine wash 'n wear REG. $3
for Welfare Supervisors.Mr. Mr. Sonny Yates of the University ;! Bulger says he will have all fabrics.Newest collar styles. 3.99 .
and Mrs. L. M Flow spent \ :Mr. Randal Cawthon ..if Tal- of Houston, spent the week- standard parts of highest quality Sizes S, M, L, XL Slzes1to3,3fo6x,7tr14.1
Sunday In Pensacola with rel lahasce spent the weekend: herewith end here with his parents Mr merchandise with plenty of A.
atives., relatives and friends. end Mrs. Everetto Yates. parking space.: ,

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LOAF Register 'Viggly's rape Of the For 3 days, "Just LookWin..
SUps f Bulletin Number Is Piggly Mon.,Tues., ing" The
Shop Piggly Wiggly For t Board. Posted, Wiggly) And 'Ved., CashierQuality
And Economy! Cashier Nor Their April 6, 7, 8 Will,give
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BLACKBURN SPECIAL SYRUP Jug;; 39c Numbered. -


Quality Conscious! Fresh, Florida Fryer
Wings LB..29C
Grade,"A" Whole
YELLOW ROSE Backs Fryer B 19c

Brand 'i ..Leg a&
FRYERSCUTUP..LB..29c Thighs LB. 43c
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2 Lb. Pkg. 99c
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YELLOW ROSE MEAT

COOKINGOIL : IN

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FESTIVAL OF STARS
Morton's Frozen T. V.DINNERS.
$ Local Talent is Performing for a chance at
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Quality Conscious! at the DeFuniak Springs High School Audi-
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YELLOW ROSETEA 3 For BE PRESENT AND,;ENJOY THE
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Medium Size Bars n". Personal S1z "Bar Highly Un aturatedCRISCO ,. Blue Detergent
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