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: June 4, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 106, no. 20 (May 20, 1993)-
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Volume ID: VID00231
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
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, Last Reminder AVoute ) Squaws Win In East: ALl STORE

slimmer Band PlansA InningStand Rp v ,

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reminder about the Summer The DeFuniak Squaws squeezed

Band Program, beginning Monday, by the Alabama Eagles 18-17 in
June 8 at 10 ajn. All students a last inning stand here Monday

having one year of instruction and night The Eagles made a brillant ..
who will be in the 7th or 8th come back by scoring 11 run In 0
trade next year plus present band the sixth inning putting them 0
members are eligible. Band will ahead of the Squaws by one run.
meet at the band room on Monday In the last half of the seventh i r oca ,jI;
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and Thursday at 10 a.m. and with runs scored by Ethel Ellis _:__ D I a a .. '--

will last for approximately two end Versie Ard the Squaws chalked > _- _ _. 0-C

hours. up another win. Genny Cro- T5_i>imi.ISIIED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK: SPRINGS, FLORIDA] 3 NE 4 1. 1961 lOc Number 26THANK
Private lessons will be taughtn VOLUME
cker pitcher of the evening + .-
all instruments and on all knocked in the winning run.

levels, beginner through ad We all those who
appreciate, To Graduate
vanced. To WaRton
I came out and cheered us on to High
them contact Miss Bonnie victory and the contributions they
Bonner at the band room after I
toward the We
Have, lighs. extend '; "
,June 8th or at her home anytime. a cordial invitation to one .. : {

and all to come and support the '. : ',ii a:1a :

Southwide Vacation Bible Baptist School Church At i' Squaws. Bonnie Bonner, Reporter. ....lA. '".'."'' ,..;:, Its Largest ThursdayWALTON

Piano Recital By Pupils '
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Of Mrs. T. G. Vaughn :' t. "' ; -
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Daily Vacation Bible School .i.iY :; HIGH COMMENCEMENTJune The valedictorian of the claM
will begin at the Southwide Baptist .
: is Virginia Johnson daughter of
Piano pupils of Mrs. T. G. '
church on ,June 8th at 8:00: ... ., .. '.' 4, 1964 Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Johnson,
. ''
Vaughn will give recital Friday of
a :.
the graduatingseniors
Exercises for
ajn. till 11:00: a.m. each day. Pre- .. Commencement
411 E. Bay Ave. The salutatorian
at :500 in the music :
: pjn. School will be held Thursday night, June 4,
paration Day will be on Saturday, ..... ,. r 9w Walton High is Judy Dalton, daughter of Mrs.
of the Maude Saunders ,
June 8 at 8:00: aort. room ',... 1964, eight o'clock at Harbeson Field. : Vincent of Santa
A closing program will be held elementary school. The public is ;.'.../. .., i. The program is as follows: Rosa Beach.

.. fit the church on the last day of invited to attend. .. . if': Processional . . . . . . . . . . . . Walton High Band I Ten other students are
the school, at 7:00 psn. Friday Pupils who will be heard in ?. : .. Invocation . . . . . . . . . . . . Cathy Alford I nized for outstanding academic recog-
Bight, June 12. recital are Syrlta Carnley, Janice r . Salutatory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Judy Dalton achievement. They are: Charles

:.. All children of the communityare Jones, Kyna Strickland, Elizabeth Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Walton. Johnson Kocisek, Bonnie Hinnant, Mike
invited to attend. Parents of 1 I Mary Green, Stephanie Ru- ". +:f Valedictory . . . . . . . . . . . Virginia Jackson, Mike Crawford, Kathy
the children and friends have acpecial tan, Linda Lodge, Tommy Pugh, ,>"< ..... Class Song . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Senior Class Alford, Elaine Crawley, Karen
invitation to come on the Maude Sawyer, Peter Balkom, Presentation of Class . . . . . . . . .r.: Burvin Pugh Cuchens, Voncille McInnis, Ther-
closing night of the school. Diane Suggs, Rhonda' Suggs. Re- YOUI Awarding of Diplomas . , . . . . . Mr. John Baldwin essa Price and Gloria Richardson.

becca Steele, Peggy Rains Mary John A. McDonald Alma Mater\ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Senior Class There are 147 members of the
Cook, Debbie Blue, Nancy Blud- would like to take this opportunity Carries Out Pledge Benediction . . . . . ". . . . . . . . Michael Shell class. This is the largest graduating -
Freeport) Baptist Bible worth Dona Carter Ann Henderson I to thank the people of - Recessional . . . . . . . . . . . . Walton High Band class in the history of Walton
School Starts June 8 Danny Griffith. Judy Martin Walton County for the vote that I pledged to the people duringmy
High School. Class membershipIs
Floyd Lathinghouse, Peggy you save ame in the May 28 Democratic campaign to publish my ex- Walton County Pt. Washington AssemblyOf as follows
Freeport First Baptist Church Green, Kathy Harbeson, W. A. Primary. Your vote has lenditures. Listed below are my Chamber of Commerce God Homecoming
Vacation Bible School: will begin Ray, Judy Bishop, Rhea Robinson proven to me that a man can and expenses for both May 5 and May Community Calendar Seniors 1084
June 8 through. the 12th. Classes Bill Wallis Martha Godwin, i should in the best way possible 26 primaries: June 4 June 1 The annual Homecoming of the Kathleen Abbl.s Jo Ann
Will 'convene each morning at 8 Sharon Godwin. I represent the will of the people.He 1. Newspaper advertising 337.05: Pt. Washington Assembly of God Adams, Fay Venita Adams, Cath-

r a.. and end at 11 a.m. I can move and act with re- 2. Campaign Literature $530.90 June 4 Walton High School will be observed Sunday Mine erine Faye Alford, Linda Lou
--. W. L. Clark, principal of Florida Nurses Hold liberation and confidence when he 3. Radio 132.00 Graduation8:00.June : 7th with a great day planned. Ammons, Larry Wayne Anderson,
the school, which will be held for Year's Last MeetingThe knows the people are behind him. 4. Gas and Oil 102.44 :5-Paxton Masons. Everyone cordially invited to I Shery Lawerence Barton, Darell
Expenditures for May. 26 come and bring basket dinner Rodney Bell, Margaret Ann Dell
... beginners age through young peopls have vote demon- June 8-DeFuniak Lions-7:00.(
You by
group, all those Interested last meeting of the year your clean primary $1,102.39 Freeport Lions730.: and spend the day. Sunday School I Sarah Margaret Belser, James
please keep this date in mind. for District 38 of the Florida strated that you want good Expenditures for May 5 DeFuniak City Council-7:00. 10 o'clock Sermon at 11 o'clock, : Carter Bishop, Joyce Ann Bishop,
and true -
Commencement exercises will Nurses Association will be heldon government I primary previously June 9-Kiwanls--12:15.: dinner at the church and singing Jendla Earlene Blake, Nancy Re-

bo held Friday night at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 9, in the Oka- will, work and I to pledge that to you we that have :Reported :558.81 Chamber of Commerce Board in the afternoon. I becca Bludworth, Sandra Lee Bo-
for the school.WILLIAM loosa County Health Department Total $1,659.20 700.: Rev. Claude McGill: Is pastorof land, Margarett Ann Bozeman,
in Fort Walton Beach. those things- John Angus McDonald the church and they are In' Doris Faye. Brown, Roy Allen
A special thanks to all the peo- with services Ann Willie
The of this meetitng Jackie Hodges Graduates Revival this Brown, Judy Bryan,
E. PATTERSON will be purpose to install the new officers ple who worked so hard In my Engineering SocietyTo Fashion Career Schoo night at 730.: Rev. Eddie Nelson Olin Bryan, Una V. Bryan Mallory -
behalf, and to the young peopleof Meet Thursday is the evangelist Dan Burt Mary Jane Camp-
the coming
Dfr. William Edward Patterson, There will be a covered year.' dish this county, my deepest appreciation Charles Isler, Attorney At Law Miss Jackie Hodges was among bell, Marcia Sue Campbell, Char-
90 .students graduating from
age 04, of DeFuniak Springs, diedMonday for the interest that will speak on Land Disputes to les Edward Carnley, Ezra Ervin
and all members askedto
supper are Patricia Stevens' School in Atlanta OP. THANKSTO i
morning i in a local hos- you have shown In this election. the Gulf Coast Chapter of the A CARD Carnley Daniel Alvia Carroll.
ill bring a guest who Is a non- You will be the voters of tomor- Ga.Patricia. GOD AND MAN
pital following a prolonged member. The mxneeting will be- Florida Engineering Society at Carol Anne Cartwrlght James
ness. A native of Houston county, row, and I know that our county, their next regular meeting to beheld Stevens' offers pro- Thomas Casey, John Daniel
Ala., he had resided most of his gin at 7:30: p rrr. invited state, and country will be in good Thursday, June 4, at 7.00pm. : grams in Executive Secretarial Dear Editor: Please allow this Casey, Aubery Lee Casldy, Char-
life in the DeFuniak Springs area All to registered attend. nurses are hands in the future because of' in the City Hall in Panama Training, Fashion Career and to appear in the next Issue of les Ezra Caswell, Janet Lee Clark
and was a member of the Assem- your deep concern for good gov Modeling. your wonderful News Journal Rachel Jolene Clark, Curtis

by of God Church. SACRED HARP SING ernment. City.Chapter election results will be Miss Hodges choso Fashion "The DeFuniak Herald" so that Cook, Jr., Charles Edward Cos-
Funeral services were conducted Thanks again. Your Representative announced and new officers will Merchandising as her" career and, my many friends will see what

at Wednesday afternoon The fifth Sunday Sacred Harp James H. (Jimmy) Prescott. be installed. received her diploma.. in that areaWilliam happened to me on the thirty first son.Alford Jefferson Cosson Susan
Cal- - | day of May 1064.
from the graveside at
Singing was held Sunday at Claire Covell, Michael Thomas
lowsy'Cemetery, near Panama Here it is-I announced in the
Crawford Carol Elaine Crawley,
Crestview at the City Hall. Chairman :'" ,
with the Rev. Theodore worship service at St. JosephA.
City, -
Dan McCloud called the \ \ Linda Sue Crowder, Karen Clan
II Davis officiating. *. Singing to'orderT't)leading two I. -. -... -. .-' ':"_-,,.. ...". . l1fL'?t', toM M. E. church on May 24 that Cohens.!' Wvnell Cheryl Cuchens,
; .
t"X""' Survivors Include his wileMr; lesson led +>> I would be 87 years old on May Annie Ruth Cummings, Judith
'Wary O. Patterson, DeFuniak'Springs : \J.sonsrs.! E. Robinson.Introductory by r Addison (Bill) Chamblee, manager of : . ,' 31, and at the close of morning Ellen Dalton, Johnnie Harrell

; one son, Lonnie B. Pat- Lesson led by H. S. Hall, M. C. the Gulf Power Co. here for the past 14 years, 1, ,w . f ,1 service I was lead. to the dining Danley, Ronnie A. Davis, Thomas
La. and three shown with the he received from the WOOd- : where I founda
terson.Angola: : Thomas, Ernest Cockrell, Mary plaque 1 } room of the church Edward Dickey, Linda Jane Don
Rosie Lee Smith men of the World, emblematic of his selection ,
daughters, Mrs. Galloway, Nora Galoway, O. B. as g table laden with every thing aldson] Shirley Ann Douglas, Jim-
and Mrs. Drucilla Hlckman, both Hicks. Arnie Galloway, Mr. Bass, Walton) County Citizen of the Year, an award made f t';: that could be used to make upa my Royce Foreman, Glenda Mar-

of DeFuniak Springs, and Mrs. H. W. Wilks, Mr. Daniel, J. C. by the group annually. The presentation was, made I ,. great and grand' birthday din- cia Fountain. Ramona Estelle Fu-
Susie Gay of Panama City. There by Maurice Roberts. q ner, and aside from that I received -
Helms, Willie Brooks, Fate Davis qua, Betty Faye Ganey, Clayton
are two sisters Mrs. Ethel Mos- C. M. Davis F. Wl Chamberlin, Joel Cromartie was named Walton County Conservationist a number of valuable gifts, | A. Gavin, ,John Marvin Once
ser, Bonifay, and Mrs. Ev Com- from the members of St. Joseph
J. C. Clark C. D. Laird. A. Amit- of the Year.-Photo by Shultz. Pamela Arrilla Griswold, Ernest
fort of Oldsmar, Fla., and one church and from members of
Willie McKen- Martha Ann liar buck Phil
te, Glenda Kelley, Haigh, ,
brother, Ashley Odom of West- j. other churches of the city.
ney, W// A. McGowin. C. M. Constants Harrison Sidney Ann
vllle. Henderson, Mrs. Blanche Wooten, The pastor, Rev. F. C. Griffin Harrison, Clara Jo Hattaway,
Three grandchildren And one Mrsv Opal Cook'Mrs. Berley Lee, .... .. .- -- and beloved wife, had much to Lacy Louise Hayes, Martha Lou-
.. great-grandchild also survive. G. do with the occasion. Many of the Elizabeth Ann Hen
Bob arnhill. Mrs. Ester King. < ise Hedger,
Comander Funeral Home was in W Cook, Bart Barnhill, Mrs. Edna :: j ;f' ifYyo aged members sat next to me at derson, Jerome Harold Henderson,
< : the table which I thought so muchof.
Deese. # : : : .t : Jimmy Lee Herring Mary Cath-
Miss Virginia Lee Dannelley Singing closed by the chairman.Dan Thank you dear ones and may erine Herring, Elborn Glen He-
Graduates From Shorter McLeod our Heavenly Father pour out wett, Bonene Beatrice Hinnant,
Committee upon each you his choice blessing. Louise Hobbs Sandra
G..W.,.Cook,. Dorothy ,
Your humble servant who gave Anita Holman Alton Lorence
Miss Vlrinia Lee Dannelley, ,
CHILDEN It to the A. M. E church 60 yearsof Howell ,Jeanne Leonora
daughter of Mr. end Mrs. Walter ATTENTION, Dannelley, received her Bachelor The Summer Reading Program +. s ....nb .J" "....'" '?f ' 7 unbroken service as an Itener- Martha Jo Huggins.
ant minister Rev. N. Z. Graham.
ef: Music degree front Shorter held yearly at the DeFuniak :, ;. % r.:..; "(; >' Ellen Faye Hurley, Rebecca Sue

College, Rome, Ga., on May 31. Springs Library will start June ': : ( Hutcheson, Hughie Rodney In-
The class of 81 seniors was 8, the Monday after school closes. J ; JL f-; f; KEEN REUNION 8UNDAVDon't finger, Linda Ann Infinger, Mich-

the largest In the history of the As in previous years .a record ; v .... to ;: forget the date, Sunday, eel Eugene ,Jackson, Bethany Ann
... mss June 7th for the Keen Reunionto
; '
all children who David
91 year old Institution. will be kept of I' Jacobs Johnson TimothyJohnson
Harlee Branch, Jr. of Atlanta, take out books and with each be held in Glendale at the Virginia Johnson, Cinda

,was the graduation speaker. five books read, a gold star will ., home of Mrs. EWe Vaniu Ann Jones, Barbara Ann Jones,
Dr. James Thornton Williams, be placed opposite that child's ,Joey Cecil Jones, Lunette Kelly.
:X* Grange, delivered the bae- name. ">RyI Weather ReportDate Charles James King III, Charles
ealuaureate sermon. So get busy, youngsters, and Kenneth Kocisek, Kenneth Lee
see how many gold stars you can High Low Rain Laird, Theodore Lawrence Laird
Robert Blue on Dean's List accummulate this vacation. And May 27 08 06 Delores Lucille Lawrence, Royce
look at the fun and enjoymentyou ::2' F 28 85 71 Melburn Lawrence, James Aden
Robert C. Blue, son of Mr. and will get In reading! I j ,. 29 85 J7 Madden II, Welton William Martin -
.Mrs. R. C. Blue, was one of 248 A score board will be on exhibition I 30 82..0 Joan Mellen. Thomas Alden
students named to the Dean's List in the Library and each 31 85: 85 Miller, Harley- Laxard Mitchem.

at the University of Florida for week, gold star winners will be il. . ''''/' /: Tune 1 89 54 Terry Lee Mltchem. Edith
,the winter trimester. published far the Herald. ,, .. !- 7 ...-. d 2 87 87, Elaine..Montgomery Joyce. Marie
Mosley, Connie Joyce. McBroom
Tommy McBroom Walter Me-
'- Cormlck Jr.. Rosetta Elizabeth
Complete Official i a I McDaniel Carolyn Marie McDonald
I Wayne' McDonald, Roselyn
Vote v x=
j.1: .e Voncille McInnis Annie Lou McKinney
w 9 GI -
i d 1: g 9; 1 Et J.ote Beverly Anita McLeod,
Here Is the complete official i .!t. ] s 1i= j, i J Billy Joe Nan Frank Anthony
:If !
Including absentees, in the a5 .@ :; e 1! 11t :a d i E a I i Nick, James Ferrell Norris.

May 28 primary In Walton county. a q A,:;a ; 11 q.e. jij m;a fI :a iJ t y Ei .a. =If w, tJ Bennie Llndle Phillips Helen

l J J l j 1 1 J. & 4 4 I 9 i Christine Prescott, Carlos Edward
.. R Price Theresa
.-. .. .. .. N N N N iJ h h Ann Price, Gloria
Ann Richardson. Eddie Lee Rush-
FOR GOVERNOR -- InK Ronald Clifton Rushlne. Don
Haydon Burns 51 108 190 135 263 97 122 75 182 100 410 89 111 693 109 100 164 78 109 690 75 132 '403 145 42 52 80 35 60 3 83 0 137 269 6392 Roger Ruryk, Woodrow William

Robert King High -521 8 6 19 4 28 0 8 7 32 60 4 275 637 7867_ 3 12 24 2 1 2 5 218601172 4 65 862 Sconiers, Truett Walton Senter-

flU Jr., James Riley Sharpe III,

FOR Clyde SENATOR-Galloway 11 35 41 42 92 24 28 38 ,56 56 159 45 72 327 20-33 64 35 39 253 16 30 160 52) 14 26 35 8 17 28 57 22 42 106 2057 Michael Clinton Shell, Linda Ann

John Angus McDonald 4592 152 101 193 76 127 39 134 48 283 99 44 616 52 69 71 '49 40 208 48 85 209 53 26 32 48 24 58 38 48 52 97 216 4160 James Shoaf, Wlllard Phlllls Ann Simmons;
Singletary, Patricia
FOR REPRESENTATIVE- Elaine Spann. Mary Ann

James H. Prescott 30 9-1 76 51 105 45 82 28 64 42 221 87 69 586 48 37 100 32 79 554 32 52 201 89 H 2:1: 36 13 49 21 53 56 106 245 3413 Spencer, Robert Simeon Strick
Adofflous Ward 25 35 112 89.163 68 63 48 133 63 187 46 46 313 87 71 113 49 78 508 63 121 26.1 9v;:) 32 29 53 29 19 44 40 15 31 93 2637 land Daniel Jesse Stubbs. Mary
Lou Tappan Richards Appleby
FOR SHERIFF- Taylor, Christine Tedder, James
Howard (Andy) Anderson26 66 91 60 138 66 85 52 93 69 258 87 24,620, 62 74 89 45 46483 39 53 253 95 21 12 3R 20 CO 52 62 65 86 160 3550 Kenneth Thompson, Gloria Jean
Curtis R. Miller 29 65 106 88 155 35 73 25 103 39 187 63 95 374 57 31 94 41 70 305 39 97 176 56 25 43 51 17 17 17 43 10 53 197 2876 Watson, Marjorie Ann Weaver

Nell Rea White, Michael McKln-
FOR COUNTY COlUMn- non Wilson, Leon Don Wood Paul
Jack Donald Adair 35 101 92 100 146 57 103 61 109 72 322 75 39 630 83 69 107 56 74 547 49 9.1 253 111)) 26 37 41 22 51 40 5.1 103 196 3962 McDonald Work, n, Boman E.
Hubert Bell 20 20 108 41 102 42 40 10 85 27 86 62 77 290 24 33 72 26 43 217 28 47 IG3 33 19 16 3.1 15 17 46 16 25 103 1987 Monk, Linda Faye Slay, Angle

FOR CONSTABLE Dist 2- Williams, Carolyn Johnson.Mr. .
Ceti1 Cawthon 150 2.1 65 25 43 7 314
Maz Marah 143 23 2-1 43 58 10 SOl and Mrs. B. F. Adklnson
and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Goff

FOR CONSTABLE Dist. 6- .- "':. . .. .'-- .. -- -, were in Brewton. Ala. Sunday
GeorIre Arthar Carter 48261 56 . : .' .. 61 8 424 visiting relatives In the MacMll-

J.V Ward 57199 60 ..r" ."- 72 lr' 403 lian Memorial Hospital. *

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Wilbur Kelly, FasterDavis \ A ,

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Pastor, Orvis Miller

Santa Rosa Daptlst Mission ; x ..
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First Presbyterian: Church .
Circle Drive-DeFunlak Spgs., ITU ; y4 .r :r r , ,', Aa. .,, ia 1 ,+ .\,!' j
Gayle: W. Threlkeld, Ministeraim .. I r r w r,, .-

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Gayle W. Threlkeld Minister t $ ::.

Kuchee: V. Presbyterian ChurchFreeport I' ;. .,....": -';; "
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Glendale Presbyterian Church '' f . .
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Red Bay Presbyterian Church. p x .' ....;.; "-IIo
John M. Ash, Minister . .' .... ;'f'.,I i
slant Agatha's Episcopal" ChurehRev. :.. '. :;' :
George Milam
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West' : : \' rit eaC. ati '.; ./ ::
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Wesley Memorial Methodist ... sh ,' Aft 1' .. I
Live Oak Avenue +#; 'is4r.x '"z yi yj .... . .
Winston Jay % ,. .
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J. A. Anthony, Jr. .b .. -rr '

Darlington Methodist CburchI : ,.. '.. :

Rev. C. C. Colvln ;;1 ;..,''11''

Ponce de Leon Methodist Church .' '. *a tr y .: ...
Rev. C. C. ColvlnDeFunlak l '""Yy t"" r 7 ; - I .! I ( ..

Springs First Baptist i 4r f.'
Liveoak 8t Eleventh Street .
W. O. Willhain. Pastor .'. ,::./!

East Baptist Church ,y. _0 .

Richard Bloodworth: Pastor .V h f, ,, M r, v ... ':";;:.1; a I

Baldwin Avenue Baptist Church \ '. .
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W. L. Clark, Pastor .y"p. ? wM \, .l'...:..:

Friendship Baptist Church ..... .";
C. Lester Weekly, Pastor .. : : -
Gaskin South Baptist Church '. _,"c ....r.,

Rev. Tucker Aplin _.._.. ..i''.:
Glendale Baptist Cburch: ':-' . : 'I
J. B. Birmingham, Pastor "'riIf,: '
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Rev. Cony Black Daptlst, Pastor Church . ..' Anzio . Okinawa . Iwo Jima? On which beachhead did they find it, that cross crudely drawn in the sand? '.;..r \::; : "

New Harmony Baptist Church No doubt it appeared on every bloodstained shore where gallant men of Christian faith have fallen wounded ,"IJ"I\! ;:

Rev. Kenneth Kicklighter "; or dying I .'",r" ,,
Kenneth Oak Grove Wadle Baptist, Pastor Church :: For the Cross on which Christ died has ever stood as the symbol of His Life and Truth. And often It has spoken ;::'.. .-.

Paxton Baptist Church M, eloquently what human lips could not frame. :. ft, .

Charles Kerby, Pastor ". Is it not too little simply to honor those who, have fought and died for our freedom? Each generation must ,;", g .

Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church ''( inscribe its own prayer on the beachhead of history. ;" J'
Rev. James
Kinchin Religious freedom is the heart of our heritage. '
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church
.Freeman Smith, Pastor In a world in which Liberty must be armed to endure, faith must be practiced to be preserved. /,..

Rev.Red Bay T. R.Baptist Church Pray for yourself, your family, your nation, your world . in the church of your choice next Sunday. -. .:i ,... ,
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Southwide BpUt Church -r; ,. ;"''JR.i.
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Rev. Ivan Martin! Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday = "';:.i" '''''''' .

Can.,,- Creek Baptist Chureh Deuteronomy Psalms John John Romans Romans Hebrews : ; r
Robert Knox, PPastor 8:6-11: '4:1-7: 831: -38 14:15-24 4.13-25 5.1-11: 11:1-12 .:'-IIIIV.r.; ...I'' );;jIi .

Clear Springs BaptUt burs: r J:
Rev. J. L. Harrto .
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Rev.AubreyTodd Liberty Darlington Aae.mbly Baptist =: Church These Religious Messages are Beina Published Each Week in the DeFuniak Herald Sponsored ;,;:q)jt "

J. W. SlngletaryChildren's ..

Pastor Cues) Horn Powell* Aasemhly e* CM by Following Interested Individuals and ''lusiness Establishments: I, .. .

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S. Paxton Aasvmbly etf a.& "

W. A. Whltaker Veteran's GasCompany Fisher Hardware Co. Fisher's Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M. Prescott ,r

West End AaMcobly of 0..1 A GOOD HARDWARE STORE .- 'S:

Cluster 711 LIVE OAK AVE. Pi Iy'W'Iy A. B. Covell
Springs Baptist Church : gg
King & C
.Harold Smith, Pastor FORD CAIN'S O. Tl' a ORIGINAL S.If-S.rvle. CONTRACTOR. -: >) .
Mossy Head Baptist Mission Rivard Chevrolet : I.r
Floyd Garrett, Paator Standard Station : .
Peoples 1 Water ServiceCompany
GAS OIL Da 41ey Furniture Co. Comander C' '
Argyle; Baptist Mission WASHING CREASING Funeral : '
RevtLeeKing Creel Ford Co. Home ,
Rev.Lake Harold Stanley R.Baptist Padgett Chuna Gof a Ready To MERCER COMANDER. L. F. O. ...>:\

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N. tth Electric :
Pleasant Henry Koerber ,
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June 8, 9 and 10. No awards made after-
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TIlt: BDAY;; JUNE 4, a 19&.1
Wallace Cobb if attending jwr. ana Mrs. Wayne
of Tallahassee BU1iet
Pt. Washington Seiigroie Beach XffWlttft' .* ;*=.pietma+: together and Joy tWMVed' rt'it/J'fr1 Ms Nancy Jdmrcy friends here over i NCO School at Turner Air son Davis Wayne of aad!
cent houseeuesU! bef tlstcitv': Mr. All children ot Kindergarten, lovely gifts. visited. Force Base near Albany, Ca. dur- were visiting relatives anu hie' ._
And The Beaches Edward Sackb rai- .M*. br fttmry and Junior ages will Mrs. Saluman. assisted by her the weekend.Mrs. of Tallahassee ing the month of Jupna. Ills wife, In DeFuniak Saturday. (
daughter, Mrs. Donna Hartm&nxi I find this. vcbafet'' most interestingand mother, Mrs. _Mel Cameron" and Ina S. Thompson Tuesday hero as Kathy is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Paul Messen
Mr. and Mrs J. O. Burlicon of both of Cairo, 111; their son and: the small fee of 25 cents per Mrs. Albert Butler served the spent Willie D. Cobb while he is awayat three children of Or., er sad,
Panama City, spent the weekendof daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.I I child will help oVfray the expense traditional birthday cake and 'ire the guest of McMillan relatives.Miss of Pensa- school. arrive on Friday of r,.*JJ
May 24 at their Pt. Washington Russell laden, Jr., of Houston,'I ot material cream to the following little ones: Gene business visitor here Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vest who for a visit with her mo !
home. and their son-in-law and daughter Registration for the school will Teressa Butler Old and' Gay, cola, was a have spent the winter here left Cathryn Cawthon, whu, er, AID
Mrs Ollie Sue Godwin of New Mr. and Mrs Joe Dickens of I'I be the hours of 2'',to 4 on Friday Godwin. Stan and Elyce: Toole, Tuesday.Miss Margaret Gaston spent Tuesday for their home in Berry, band is in Washington' ler) ihus.
Orleans, spent the 1lemorlalwe Cape Kennedy. June 5 at the church: end it la Robert Wayne Infinger, Adrlanna in Pensacola. Ky. The Vests are parents of Mrs. business c n
kE'nd with her mother and Miss Julia Strickland returned lioped everyone will register: so Walline Denise Williams Cleve Tuesday and Mrs. F. W. Rlggs and Gayle Threlkeld. '
children. to her home Widay after spending the workers will know how marry: pnd Jodie Wesley, Jean Mary Dr.and Mrs. Sam T. Ingle of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. White Mrs. R. E. L. MeCa KIll u ,
the week in Montgomery nt to expect on Monday morning. Sue MIkl Lei and Eddie Earl Mr. the holiday and children Wesley Howard and Pensacola visiting her ,lau.hJ?
Mrs. W. A. Hollcy and Mrs. Montgomery spent Mrs. r.
Albert Butler made a business delegate to the Alabama West;' --- Morgan, and the happy honoree weekend!' with Mrs. Ingle's, aunt, Jeanne Loree of 'Thomasville, Angeline. Levey
Florida Conference of Mcth'XiUt: BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Joy. Ala., arrived In DeFuniak Wed- Mr. and Mrs.
trip to Panama City Wednesday.Mrs. I' delightful Mrs. W. W. Kinsaul and her son Bob Willits of
Lovely little Joy Saltsman Others enjoying this
Churches. at their cottage near nesday night of last week for a Miami, spent the
Mamie Hatch returned to I Paltsman! William her.
the honoree at affair Mrs Evia
a party Saturday were:
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Infinger few days visit with relatives and with Miss Lorene Campbell
her home Wednesday from at- afternoon when her mother, Mrs. (grandmother), Mrs. Ollie Sue Freeport. *?.
mule to
her brother friends. the
witht and EllisIngle
Sunday west
spent Bazar
tctnding the graduation in Dothan Toole. Mrs. Miss Denise coast tot.
R. O. Saltsman entertalne.1 at Godwin Mrs ., Bill
and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. spent the Mrs. Alta McArthur of Crest- months vacation. Mrs.
of her great-granddaughter. Miss their home in honor of her first Robert Infuicer: Mrs. Edd Wai- of Montgomery WilUu ii
Chester Carter, in Panama City. Cas- weekend with their grandparents,' view, was a business visitor hereon the former Lucile Murphy
Cherry Harrison She was accompanied birthday.The I Mrs. Gene Wesley and Mrs. from
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burltontpont Mr. and Mrs. J, Wilson Bowers. Friday. here.
home by her son and children enjoyrd playing scl Morgan
daughter-In-aw Air. and Mrs. B. Thursday in Panama City. aa .oN: )tI ......aaath..all._ .... ........___....._. .___I-tI"--- -01.---.-- -01/1.--..--.-.-..-.. '-A.,01.- -"..-.-U 01 0101 -. ---- -.. --...i.
Bostlck of Headland, who remained --
Mrs. R. O. Saltsman and daughter
Joy accompanied her mother The Pt. Washington Methodist
Mrs. Mel Cameron back to church will conduct a Vacation STARTS THURSDAY
Gulf Breeze Thursday and spent Bible School under the directionof ** >
the day with the Van Ness But Miss Julia Strickland
lers. Mrs. Cameron had been the ginning June 8 and will be-I
houseguest of the Saltsmans for rough Friday, June 12. The 10
R week. teresting program,: And :
Mr. and Mrs Bob Tarrance will be from 8:30: each morning I
spent. Friday with the Roy Bur limns i>ntil 1130.: Besides the study of
and enjoyed a fishing ttrip. the Bible there will be'art and BIG
Mr. and Mrs. Russell laden of craft; recreation and refreshment .



want to thank every one who We Guarantee These Prices To-Be i

As Low Or Lower Than Any In The Area! J
voted for me or helped me in any way
in the Democratic primaries.I '

appreciate the many favors Sport Shirts ..... 1
shown to me by the people of the J
county and will continue to serve
REG. VALUE 147 II' !
you all in any way I can to the very ggj $2
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best of my ability.Hubert. Handsome .plaids
JL PER 1 solids and fancies. Permanent sewn

tt &\ IHCH Ivy regular and crease side zipper.
Bell t "Jac" styles t I Sold colors. Sizes 8
Beautiful new pat R.: Sizes S, M, LMEN'S to 18.
terns;; all fast color. a SUMMER

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REG. 1.99
REG. 3.99 x s.

.. REG. 4.99 '7'" pair. ;, .Many varieties and ,
2. l50Ii colors hi short, .ran*
33 Q' ... : sleeveless
Walton County'Goes 3, .. .....,..;'.;..;'.::'.:.,::'.','..;..j'..::t; 65% Dacron and 35% + Slf..SI...... 32; to
;:: : v'-!:: ; cotton . also flnellne \ H.
Thick viscose tuftin j l twills. Wash *n wear.; sol k _

For BurnsHAYDON Ion hBeavYtlcotton"dbDCk?-'; id colors.. Sizes 29 to 36.Wens' Women's Summer Dresses

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VALUE- TO 2 For'7
WOVEN G2KGHAMS! Oxfords.:; and ... $5.99I I

79c YD. VALUE Cushioned Insoles; .288 .
3.,. I. Gorgeous wash 'n wear HZT Q sponge crepe soles. Brand. k new styles hi cottons
L woven plaids. 36 and 4 Yd. Sizes 6Va' to 12. omloals,broadcloths,
45-ln. wide. %irWOMEN'S. Bembergs and piques. Cap-
BOYS' sleeve and sleeveless

styles. Sizes 5' to 111
CHILDREN'S >h : Sport ShirtsOUR to'15; U to 20 and WAto

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Boys' Polo Shirts i v aui sold colon.f Sizes
canvas uppers, soft
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ors and plaids. Women's sizes fire ojBality. cotton
BURNS Total ; "
: 5392 5 to 10; children's sizes 8'/a short sleeves; crew 41 C Women PantiesAcetate -

ROBERT KING HIGH Total: 862 to 3. neck. Striped pat tricot I I .

tens. Sizes 4 to 14.CHILDREN'S elastic leg briefs.
WOMEN'S White and solid 5 for '. 11

Walton County Haydon Burns Flats Sports WASH 'N WEAR ,colors.and Lace tailoredWomen's trimmed

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nity to thank all Walton Countiansfor ana Sandals Solid> color: twUls *% ** Half Slips

the tremendous vote given in the VALUES TO 3.99 //Jj and. fancy print < for P Ibroadcloth. .
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May 26th second_ primary. . Ion and. cotton . also ace j
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Yankee mills-,or burn a U. S. consulate, and MR. D. H. PHILLIPSMr. dell Philip, Edward Bas ey', Edward -
THE DeFUNIAK HERALD this would pen up the treasury doors again. Peters and Benny Phillips,

Combined with TilE BREEZE "Fellers, wo'uns fit at the wrong time/ Daniel: Hugh Phillips, ace He Is survived by his wife, aa.( .
Author 57, a resident of Winter Haven, Mrs. Dexcrta Phillips, Winte
Dellinlalc Springs, Florida Unknown. Fla., died at his homo these\ -V dnesday -. Havu' two daughters: Mrs. Floyd '

Published Every Thursday at oOo '. A' naUre'of Oenev bounty . P. WhitHngton. Winter Haven, Ala., he was 'a former rest
DeFunlak Springs, Florida Thoughts on the Election . dent .-of this area, mad .-mwrOae r and Mrs. Thomas W. Dicerson oAufeunxUle t
Bill Philhps. -
Completely: Covers Walton County Trading Are. It will be a good thing for the whole of the Gaskin BaptUt Church. Wahneta; 'one, Fla son, two brothersDewey :

From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico state of Florida when every precinct uses Funeral at 3:00: serviceswere p.m. BU.n laT from-edndu)UM ted Philips, Winter Haven, (JlcPIJJ 4 .
Second-Class Postage PaidH. nothing but and Bert Phillips, Panama City;
voting machines. We are not Gaskin Baptist church with tM John Phil-
C. STORRS, Publisher 1924-1063 saying this because we think there is any-: Interment Rev. R. M.followed Md>nlcl in .the fttelatinf.Gaskin lips three-and Ralph Philips, both of

HOWARD STORRS, Editor, Publisher thing wrong with paper ballots-it is just Cemetery, with Cemaodr 'Fun- PaiMuna -City, and Rousle Phil-
that the results eral Home dlrectt lips of Samson Ala., and one
are known so much *
quicker. of
SUBSCRIPTION: sister, Mrs. John Farrington,
Walton and Adjoining Countlea__$3,00 Pet Year Of course there is a lot more chance for Landel Serving Casey eta RaT paJUb.PfcilUps ai<*Mv,,-9V*.r n-.: Wabneta. Weoften do many'things because it seems

Other _____________________$330: Per Year error in counting all the crosses on a paper tote uae-naMtrat tniag to do. With the turnMt -
ballot than merely taking the total off a .> ot: warmer weatner and summer, its
only natural that. you want your Chevrolet;
VerseWherefore machine and in the old days when all the '
JJible in top condition 'and it's OnlY natural that
also compassed precincts had paper ballots sometimes the your -Chevrolet Dealer'can oo the Jon best,
seeing we are
election officials would work considerably _;: eeaiise>lie knows'your Chevrolet: best! >vny
about with so great a cloud of witnesses, longer than 24 hours without stopping. Now C # i not make A date soon lor a spring and summer -
let us lay aside every weight, and the sin AfI 'crteclc-up' and let them give your Chevrolet ; .
which doth so easily beset us, and let us the results are known within an hour at "the works" . .In sewer wordsit's
the meet in the large precincts. We can remember time to summerize" at IU V AltO CilbV: -
run with patience the race that is set be- ROLET COMPANY.How .
years ago when the two big predate \
fore us.-Ueb. 12:1
: here .in town, when there was a )long long is ten minutes?. Not very long,
.. . oOo but long enough for you to get to know
i. i. --- ballot, '.might not be counted up until the WITH A i
ail about TttJB. flKST iNA'HO-uAL* U\i>iv rJ:.t:'
Gems.,of Thought . Wisdom afternoon 0f the day following the election. pian of automobue iinance. It's a plan tnat P

Wisdom is the right use of knowledge. Every preeinct had reported by around BRIDAL SETfrom can mean major savings ., *a plan that. ;:; r(

-SpurgreonTo 10:30: on election last night last week, and a allows you to select ,your own insurance t :
company and agent .< . a plan that lets: /II'
e this included three precincts: across the) you consolidate all costs into one monthly t 1.
Bay where a referendum on creation of payment. Before buy car invest i!;,
ask wisdom of God, is the beginning. of amosquito RHODES you institution.any .... :Jf
control district was voted on bya ten minutes with this
separate ballot. "Plewse, ,take It easy when you're out in
e the .for ,the ... this
am* u..o.s. nines sumner -
If you have knowledge, let others light Many times in years gone by we worked *% is the i........;.b! OA.KVICK: DRUG
all night on election night and then came 'WMPJNY ask m j ... to you tnisweek.
their candle by it.-Fuller by to help get out the paper. Last Tues- They: jut .\.",.. '-.. i mind you that
e day night we had phoned in the completevote See o* r selection of 1-j f. II s eetraM- 'atiowaaat .__ LC" ujth painful and
men's and women's 11 .WI..u.e 'ai.sias.t:'! t>y limiting time
Pupils must not be encouraged to think from the 33 precincts to the Associated t
watches before you buy; ;, '' ; ef->exposure a . saw'uPI+.J a protective
that there are short cuts to knowledge.- Press in Miami by 11:00: o'clock and were anniversaries cream or oil. Lotions uuu creams will be

Russell back home. That is still two hours past our Birthday and gi;ftduation gifts. .s r found at SERVICE DRUG COMPANY. '

bedtime. .:The next time someone says, "Lets go \
'fishijRfJ lie wire yoii'ce-ready .with all the
All too often we are giving young pea Another big change for the better, so Rhodes_ Jewelers equipment yen aeejl by visiting WESTERN:

ple cut flowers when we should be teach- far as our work on election night is con- 4h A4JXO AidOCLASTORE and pirchasj j ..

ing them to grow their own plants.Gardner cerned, is the very great improvement in 9 \ t..teet ing your nessls 'freestheir complete collection -
of fishlatg to.... tad aoeeasorie*. Whe-
phone service during the past few years. ther Expert e r *4 We can remember what a frustrating experience the right reel -aa* right rod. You'll also

Knowledge comes but wisdom lingers.- it used to be to try to get a call find the artifidel .fceii and lures that are
favored by fieh-trettaeg experts.
Tennyson through on election night and can remember

--oOo-- sometimes failing to get a call through. On -24 ftuaewwheat. a friend or dear one passes;
it'. ..iy natural to convey one's
When all the world is young, lad, the nights of first and second primaries we HourDEPOSIT ). yaapathyand to do this there's

And all the trees are green; called Miami quite a few times each night .Ir fiat cite compare with lowers tor
t .
And every goose a swan, lad, and never failed to have the calls completed III .C4enexpress your thoughts and than res-
beautifully and etiectively
And every lass a queen; in just a few seconds. '.ai 4o it. For fresh flowers that will
Then hey for boot and horse, lad, The overwhelming vote given the proposal SERVICE trve expression of heartfelt sympathy,

And round the world away; to create a mosquito and dogfly con-' plate y-it octfer+ with McLEAN }'LOUIS.

Young blood must have its course, lad, trol district in south Walton shows how A'tI'1!;NTWZY -JuAJMftM I:HI can enjoy,

And ovorv" dog Vila. day_ much these residents; fool the need nf some the summer/ wntt:tmtset* that spens! vacation
:lithe NIGHT DEPOSITORY lor you . nylon, cotton anu otiie ,
When world is old, lad, kind of action on these pests. If the mosquitoes launcs mat call for very minimum ot care

I And all the trees are brown; and dogflies could be eradicated in Use our convenient envelope . sots never .,never need ironging i u.', x
And all the sport is stale, lad, this area, it would give weeks more of vacation visiting C-Atvfao on your next _top u "

And all the wheels run down; ,time in this'part.' Last year both the No key is necessary. Deposit supplies town. situ yowl see the summers lavoriu.launcs .
. all so ool, comittaoie aim mouesuy
Creep home and take your place there, insects were such pest that there were day 9 priced with wee ana varied selection

The spent and maimed among: it was almost impossible to stay on ou r are furnished and your receipt will As everyone knows summer and hot wea-

God grant you find one face there, lovely beaches in the daytime; To anyone e be mailed the following: day.BANKBYMAIL .. ther Here again and you really owe it to
You loved when all was young. reading these words who has not seen ou r to Ret au the inlormation pos-

Charles) Kingsley Gulf beaches, we will simply say, withou t the many different ways in wnich live
and Propane gas can help you
000 reservation, they are as fine as any in the II'OUDi&&l more comtortaoie. Hut rather

Wrong Century whole world. talk about the many different,

"If the Civil War had been fought in We don't know how others feel about it,' Ask us for free bank-by-mail envelopes. benefits, WEST that FLOK1LJA butane and UA&propane l..UJ.U-

this century, the South would have become but we have a very real feeling of sympa Every mail box Is a teller's window. r Y invites you to see for yourself.

i the richest region in the world. thy for every defeated candidate (and us "Weti the quality ot materials nas nut _

'As a defeated nation, it would be eligible ully they number considerably more the to uo witn it. ine taiiterence jaeing mat

for foreign aid. Its homes and factories half the number running.) We know how uetter. quality tires win tend to I.IU "'...

would have been' rebuilt, livestock restored, they have put a lot of time as well as longer miner amtense conditions than win *.|
sower qua.Auytire. oinerence: cou
armies clothed and rearmed. Its railroads money and a lot hard of work into it. Of CAWTHON STATE BANK wen be tne difference between a uauKe.

would have been constructed free, rivers course the experience is not wasted for a DeFUNLUjpWNG;, FLA. OWl biowout,, blowout. bet that eA.

jammed and. Jeff Davis would be living in lot of them, but we have a feeling for them margin 01 satetgr wim ices from Wltrr.
'i'tltili ::sa.Kvdais S ,
p >ulence. with free yachts, airplanes and just the same. That's the only way it can be, Member
Federal Deposit Insurance I know when finally make mat uelIc& -
dancing girls. though, under our election system, and wedon't Corp. you
&. >n to purchase, a television set you look
"The. ladies of New' Orleans would have know of any better way to pick our top vsjuMy first! Because onlY a top

had restored to them the jewelry stolen officials. set can bring you the pleasures ,
oOo by Beast Butler; Atlanta, burned out by -- -
.set you can count on to stand up for:
i would have been magnificentlyrebuilt Free Press In Action -
hernian, -- ,' satisfyingly service. Naturally you
and be a century ahead in its fabulous AlexVashburn, publisher of the Hope want to save money if you can do so.

progress. (Ark.) Star, opposes the construction of a of these things can be accomplishedwhen '
leieviELECTHUmCS -
EVEN THE BEST you purchase a new Motorola
"Southern'youtll would be admitted free $500,000 federal building for a new post of- alou SrpigINItuW : 1JNC.

to northern universities, and comedians, fice in his town. According to the plan un-
MONEY MANAGERS NEED Of course we housewives always enjoy
"t and soft-shoe der which the Post c
bugle-blowers Office
torch singers, Department oper- getting the (opportunity to go out to eat,
dancers would be sent throughout Dixie to ates, post offices around the country are to I'ERSONALLOANSUnforeseen out 1 can honestly say thdt 1 believe tne

'illustrate the depth of Yankee culture and be replaced every 50 ,years. ,It makes no enjoyment.. : .sjrs.lsr in the hot and sticky

a to amuse the people. sense, in Mr. Washburn's view, to teardown in the Restaurantve.-111.the'opportunity. ere) of Mom to relax and .

"Instead of rude, crude and crass minis- the three-story brick and frame build- Dade seems ato inane life a little

terial students who now visit us from the ing which serves the city of some 8,000 more bearable And their food is preparedso 's
: well that caaVt help 'being little "
just a
North to preach'hatred, a Peace Corps would people adequately just because it was builtin envious. $

move amongst us. Its members would be 1912. (If this sort of thing beomes a -
carefully trained not to disturb the man- common, we'll have to start tearing down ; M i Mest of us ea joy the summer months and
kaew yoa will enjoy them more when you
ners and morals of the'natives, but insteadto the house we live in now in just a very few tF 1.l ace wearing a pair ot: cool, soft, comfortable
teach the! backward ones all kinds of useful years.) casual shoes, selected at MILLER'S, THE

x, .things and, to coax them to do something But to get back to Mr.\ Washburn, what agree FAMILY that SHOE you have STORj4.never I know worn you lighter will,

:-themselves.. concerns him I it that ,Hope, Ark., is just smarter summer shoes than these, nor have
"White -this was going on, Liberal states- one of thousands .pf similar communities I you seen values than you can get now. For

men-would defend Southern civilization in- around the country'which, though not qualifying expenses eon disrupt tho plans and shoes so cool you will hardly know they,are
on your feet, be sure to stop by soon.
, steadjof. attacking it. Criticism of the in- as one of Pres. Johnsons' poverty budgets of the b e.t money managers. 'Increased -
dul.-t >treatment would be considered in. areas, still have not experienced marked'' faxes Some of the fineet chickens in American I
family emergencies even sud- are proceoed right here three miles :; ,
east of
humane."gtsir. growth or material change in many years./I den personal opportunities can overtax one's DeFuniak Springs in HENRY KOERllER' \ ..
department officials and editors To arbitrarily replace postal facilities in modern plant. It located
on a beautiful
cash reserve. That's when you need a low-cost S ring-fed i. lad
time worrying about I e is of II.
would spend much each communitywould be outlandishly cost-l one the largest
be Bank Personal Loan with quick service, plants f itsIkind to be found in the state
whjtf-the vanquished Southerners might ly. He states that the government has an obligation -' easy- of or i t
) term,. i i. .. .;:1 1 needs. without saying it Is a
would always be warning repay Stop :: us your major economic
thinking.) They much greater than the 50-year rule( asset to Walton county area.iI' .
theiire.coUstituents that they said or did of the bureaucrats-the obligation to keep!

might .cause the South to have misgivings as itself solvent so that our country can defend It Makes difference
whether are
North's nobility. itself in time of and honor its THE a Do-It-Yo urself you
'to the war social FIRST NATIONAL BANKMember or plan' to hire a contractor
i it
"And this paradise would cost the South security pledges in time of peace. k| lull is comforlag rellaaea : to know that you can place

nothing. Every' penny would come from the The Star's slogan is: "The tragedy of the COMPANV to lul1 in .*FISHER ah you quality HARDWARE building

pockets of the conquerors. If the county people is-We start off with, and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation! Materials..sit prices that are well within
,could'' confiscate a couple of wind with your limit. If jreer OU are considering putting
we up
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WALTON MEN IN SERVICE 28. son of Mrs. ROM L. Richardsof duated from the associate cours r DeFuniak Spring, participated at the U. S. Army Command and week r..,mmand post training ex-: sweetheart will be part of the Mom & Dad's Restaurant.
' THEORDORE U. STOCKER,,, in Exercise SPRINGBOARD a General Staff College Ft. Leaven -1 ercise. with the Seventh U. S. Represented ..A t Paxton delegation. Joe Stokes Must be 21 years of age. No experience -
Airman First Class. Thcordore R, two-week command post training worth, Kansas on May 8. Army . Stocker, whose wife Doris lathe exercise with the Seventh U. S. The four-month course is designed 30.. will also be making the trip as -- -
daughter of Mrs. Ruth C, in to selected officersfor beginning/ FFA\ members The
Germany ending April prepare / A ni tor sergeant in the company On Sunday, June 7, the Paxton
Baldwin of 310 W. Toledo Ave., 30. duty as commanders and general '. j" Mnnnrcim. Germany will leave for group will be accompanied by
DeFuniak Springs, Competed in Sergeant Hattaway, overseas staff officers. Major Gorbyis 1' 8nlt ,,,tered the Army in 1942 FFA delegation}Beach to attend the State Mr. "Happy" Roche, Paxton FFA Ornamental IronworkShop
the Air Force Systems Command since October 1961 on this tour scheduled to be assigned:! to the alit an?i J nod overseas on this tour The conventionheadqunrtC'rs Advisor.\ !
AFSC Talent Contest at L. O cf duty is regularly stationednear 1st Armored Division at Ft. Hood,J| of duty; in "'June 1962. His wife FFA will be the Day- The delegates quartette And Located At Gaskin
Hanscom Field Mass., May 4-8. Hanau, Germany as a medi- Texas. He entered the Army in t. HaHu. i i i" u-ith him in Germany. Hotel with the Missions sweetheart's trip is being sponsored !': -
Airman Stocker is a physical cal-section Chief In Headquarters 1C52.: tona Plaza by tho chapter; the Paxton

conditioning specialist assigned to Detachment of the 8th Transportation The major received his bache- I JAMES G. MELVIN: James G. I being The held Paxton in the FFA Peabody delegation Huritan Club: Paxton City Coun-
the AFSC Air Proving Ground Battalion. lie enteredthe lors degree in 1948 from Purdue|Melvin, aviation electrician's mate ,Auditorium.will be staying it the cil; and Mr Curtis Savage, owner
Center at Eglin. The center is a Army In December 1951. His University, Lafayette, Ind., and third ras! USN. son of Mr. and Thunderbird Motel. cf Piggly Wiggly in Florala. Sev-
major component of AFSC which wife Sarah, is with him in Germany his medical degree in 1052 from Mrs. James S. Melvin of Route Hobbs and Larry eral others arc also sponsoring/
researches, develops and tests Stanford (Calif.) University 1, Fw-ort! is serving aboard the Ronald will be the official the trip-they will be announcedlater
Air Force planes and missile systems ---:..:.....- I' attack aircraft carrier USS Geoghagan when the next Paxton FFA
will be
delegates. The Quartette in the .
EARL W. CORnY Maj. Earl I PAUL N. TOBALT Army Ser- Franklin D. Roosevelt operating competing in the state quartette write-up appears pap'r.BIRTH
W. Oortjy, S7'stm of MaJ. Gen. geant First Class Paul N. Tobalt,' In the Mediterranean' with the contest after winning the cub-dis ANNOUNCEMENTMr.
EUGZNE> L. HATTAWAY, (Ret.) and Mts. 'AJvtn L. Gorby, son of Mrs. Mildred Welter, of Sixth Fleet.Roosevelt. trict and district contests. The

Army- Sgt. Eugene L. Hattaway." -,-Santa- -Rosa-... Beach,Fla." was gra this place participated Exer-,I is scheduled to visit quartette consists of Danny lIar- and Mrs. Emory Hammond

ports in Spain Franco, Italy and rison. Clifton Hall Harvey Foster announce the birth of a son, Rob-
I Greece and Mike Cox. The FFA sweetheart ert Emory born May 12 1904 All Work Guaranteed
E'PRVOR Tillie Drown will also be weighing 7 Ib. 13 V4 ounces.
MR. WILLARD competing in the state contest The Hammonds have two other
Campbell Welding
DOROTHY RAINER SELLARS after winning in the subdistrictand children little Bit and Carol.
Mr Wlllard Eugene Pryor age district. The quartette and Maternal grandparents are Mr.
Rt. 3, Box 143. DPunlak. Springy
25, of Lakeland. Fla., died Frl-
sweetheart will both be accompanied and Mrs. L. L. Alford of Poncede
STUDIO OF DANCING day In n Lakeland hospital. A by Miss Shirley Kirk Leon. Paternal grandmother, Florida Phone Floral 4.5091
native and former resident of Paxton Music Teacher. Mrs. Mrs. Callie Mae Hammond.
Walton county, he had resided in

FLORALA, ALABAMAPresents Lakeland for the past two years.
He was a member of the Limestone .1
Baptist church.
Funeral: services were conducted -
at 10:30- : Tuesday morning from
the Limestone Baptist church ,
Zafeee tt/ with Rev. R. M. McDaniel of-j
9a e ficiating. Interment followed in PRESCRIPTION NEEDSKing's

1 the Limestone Cemetery with
Comnnder Funeral Home direct
Dance Revue of 1964 Survivor Include his wife:
Mr<5. Svblo Pryor two daughters
Syblc: nn nnd Sheila Ann, all
With a cast of 100 dancers and characters from r cf I,,ik] ; nd: his parents Mr. and Rexall

Mrs W'lard' Pryor, DeFuniak DrugsCosmetics
Florala, Lockhart Opp, Andalusia, Kinston,Elba Sprfr nd two sisters. Miss

and Dothan, Alabama; Laurel Hill DeFuniak ; JoAnn Pr 'or, DeFuniak
find \.rl.!\ Betty Graham sprlngS'j

Springs and Crestview, Florida.. ton Mass _.
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Thursday and Friday evenings : r Gifts All Occassion Cards
eight o'clock y r

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City School Auditorium t Phone TW 4.2281

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admission 1.00 tpy ".,
liy' O. "ifualdy"
children under twelve $.50 a SPRINGS

r f ... ,. 111 tiUiue, the btorv -
Tickets available from any student v .. ..vvuy, inures ill a

or at the door. ..'" .".,w.ui Uiluoa in the ,
f44i" I.. t, .j ui. meuicmu.;:: Crusue:
14'J .l le unUer bclkirk,
14 :> iu tscot: was rescued a K1.i, ?
...u.u" i xciiiaaaez. ; island early y y1a.
111 '"._. noun century by atuuinaa
"1',tt.u. Dover It
I Vol u, louver, a self-appointed
I,,, who "invented" a
'Uh" .U.UW: a combination
I 1.11. _''I..n t 1 .iut| ipecac which
I wa j: ...u uuuer the name of
1JOl'uwuer/ and to the

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HA.. pwdcr had some value WesIirighoe'S
l..i C.: ..n a variety of aches
4 e and i,a.ns when used In mod-
trat.'Jii. but Dover subscribed
(to( the belief: that if one grain
Is good, two are better. In 5,000 ..U.r NEMA CERTIFIED
fact tome of Dovers' dosages
ranged irons n horrendous 60
to 100 grains. As a result - _.
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b 1'f opium which had been use -
1 H, L for countless centuries -
8 it 9 SFs I since tile days of the early
a'tlb' r' :
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Sum mans-iell largely Into
I disuse because of Dover'
1 i indiscriminate use of the :r

,, A qc wp drug.
Getting back to proper and
prescribed dosages you
know of course, that fast,
accurate proscriptions; are a
j spcci.iiv. at SEHVICK DRUG t ww
roe+ ; t I COGAU'ANY Try Service
Drug( Company for all of your + rr ""

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Th;' week's Household hint: c --,
Mark from adhesive tape 4,, rl a W -
will be removed by rubbing '
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Social Security Office will return It to the Trea- ments were given a post cord
sury Department for remailint. form specifically for this when
Checks Often Delayed There is also the greater possibility they originally filed their clr'I
that the check may be lost Carey said that persons reporting -,I
Security beneficiariesthat or stolen. In either case, the a change hould show the complete -
Social hope to receive their Social beneficiary doesn't receive the address, including the ZIP
Security checks on time each chck on time and this may cause code and also the Social Security
him unnecessary hardsh'p if he number of the
monthh should make certain the person on whose
i dependent on it for all
Administration is part account the benefits are being
or his livelihood,
received. This, Carey
kept informed of their correct points
mailing dclross. Most persons receiving Carey ndvlscs!' that ill Ierc.nnsin ; will speed the process of change
Social Security paymentsare this area receiving Social Security and thereby lessen the possibility
alert and promptly report any payments notify the Sotia of lost checks. Also, all changes ,
changes of address; but many Security Administration of B of address shoud be reported to
according to John V. Carey, district change in address as quickly ns the Post Office. This will aid
Manager of the Panama City possible after any move., Those that department in forwarding
Social Security Office, fall to report persons whose checks are being the check or other mail if II
their new address when received at an incorrct addrs should be mailed to the former
moving. Others, Carey pointedout should hav it corrected Immedi- I address.
do not notify the Social Se- ately. If any beneficiary has any
curity administration when the Any change in the address questions regarding his address or Enter GE's "New York World's Fair Sweepstakes"
post office makes a change in the must be reported in writing over other Social Security matters, h! / ,
route, box or street number. the beneficiary's signature. This should write, visit or phone the Nothing to buy. nothing to write .
Many times when the addresson may be on any kind of paper, lucal office located at 1135 Har-
the check is incorrect, the Post but most persons receiving pay- rison Avenue, Panama City. The JUST COME IN AND REGISTER !
telephone number is 753-4331.
Skirts and Shirts

GET YOUR HOME PLANS Square dancing is more fun
than ever, our new class graduated -
Saturday night, May 23, and
OFF THE DRAWING BOARD this past week we were all one

roup. We had one, member, Mr. Want the finest freezer quality

Loans to buy or build and back Mrs.Saturday Bubba night Harrell after to about come !

one year of absence. Glad to have and invite visit back visitors with Bubba and Old come Betty.single on down, Still and ,at a low, low cost? J JGet

We missed one member of our i
club Saturday night, Mrs. Jewell !
WHETHER YOU'AB looking 1 Rushing who was in the hospital
at blueprints,or homes 'Speedy Recovery" Jewell and a v
for sale,our financingcan hurry back. We will miss the
Jacobs, Ellis and Prescott and all
help you take
thtat will be away on vacationthis FREEZER
prompt,sound action this ::.. __ week. The club is looking :
spring.Down payment forward to visiting Ft. Walton,
is moderate,monthly =- Bully Bow-legs Festival this Sat-
urday night, June 6. *s 229.95 t
terms fit yourIncomecostls Don't forget Skirts and Shirts,
the work shop will start at 2 p.m.
low.Let's discuss and our caller and wife Shirley, I (2Sw L \
invites us all to be at their houseat Ask about our easy terms
before that time. See you there.
youbuiId Club Reporter, : ?
Lurline Mason.
or buy. t 1 Holds up to

r West End PreSchoolRegistration Thursday 420 Pounds of. r

t Pre-school registration will be Frozen Food t
held again on June 4th from 8:30:
am. until 2:30: p.m. at the West ,
FIRST FEDERAL L End Elementary School. .'
This will enable those childrento Plus all these featuresCounterbalanced I'
Savings and Loan Association 4% ,register who failed to do soon '
the first pre-schol reglstra- lid .
Nelson Ave., - Phone TW 4.2321 tin. O Temperature control I
DeFuniak Dividend J. J. Cawthon, PrincipalAPARTMENT
Springs, Florida
I>'ald on Savings Spring-loaded hinges
FORted RENTS Uni- -
Member FedcrcotiHome. Lodn Bank System I. Farm Agency. Phone TW 4- Fast freezing

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Walton County : :F I' .

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This is Adoffious Ward. At this time I would like ONLY
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supported and voted for me May 26th.I AIR CONDITIONER

am very, very proud of the many votes I received The ideal balance of cooling and dehumidification ,' 119.. 95

which gave me the majority of the votes in more than for sleeping comfort!'- "r.; "

i 54 % of the precincts. As a citizen I shall continue to ii I Instant Installation. . built-in side panels.

work with any individual or group that will bring pro- Bedroom Quiet

Lightweight. . easy to handle. '. Model RP204A
gress to Walton County so that we may have more to
*',Quickly removed for storage. .
offer in the future.

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and courtesy shown me during my camp-

aign. I hope to continue the acquaintance of the many

fi people I saw during my campaign and again I say ...
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I SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Mrs. Eth len* Hurley uses age We want to thank all of our
26 of Norwood Road DeFuniak many friends for tho gracious:
_. Springs died unexpectedly Frl- acts of sympathy extended to us
-.. > aay night May 29, 1964. In a during the loss uf our loved one Thank You Voters
: aaa tk's.a local hospital.: She was a native May the Lord bless each of you.
The ;Family of
.. and lifelong resident of Walton
county and a member of the Wes- -,, j. Ira J. Kobinson
ley Memorial Methodist church.
Funeral services were conducted -
1 at 3:00: p.m. Sunday afternoon George Washington Alford.
c bssxst x1:3 from the Wesley Memorial Meth- age 72, a native and lifelong resident -
odist church with Kevs. Donald of Gaskin, was found dead
a Jay and Winston Jay officiating. Sunday morning, May 31, the
Interment followed in the Red victim of an" apparent heart attack -
Bay Cementery, with Cumander t
7e: ..; Fcneral Home directing. Funeral services were conducted -
f L ,' at 10.00: .m, Tuesday morning
N ryrs.s c4" Pallbearers were: Howard Anderson -
{ { f'rl Joe Shelley, Tobe Shel- fi'om the v Limestone Baptist
A4ol :i1; a 7 S church with Rev. R. M. McDaniel
ley, Henry Casidy, Marvin Bishop
officiating. Interment followedIn
and Keith Miller.
Wi. 't 4yA s r a 5e o k 1bis the Limestone Cemetery with
? She is survived by her husband Comander Funeral Home direct-'
Romey Hare two children: I
Donna Kay Hare and Troy Lee Ing.He. is survived by his wife ..
Hare her father, William Monroe Mrs. Annie Alford, Gaskin' one .
Hurley, one brother, Oliver Hur- sister; Mrs. Nancy Alford, Paxton -|
ley and two sisters, Mrs. Tullle' and two step-sons: Amos,
Howell and Mrs. William Dalton, Barks, Abilene Tex., and James
all residents of DeFuniak Springs Wesley Barks of Ft. Worth Tex.


Mr. Jefferson Robinson age Charles Edward Nelson' 73,
68 of the Liberty Community a resident of DeFuniak Springs
died Saturday morning May 30, since 1923: died Wednesday' morning -
dyi. .,.' .r .r 1('' A'r;? 1964 in a local hospital. A nativeof May 27, 1964 in a Pensa- I want to thank the voters of Walton County and
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< s 4't .a iw. aA s Yrk4 < cola hospital. A native of Chicago, "
Vernon Fla., he minister
was a
ig -*-* J4** r,E,.r ; *& .- i4l4l of the Congregational Christian Ill., he was a member of the De the whole 3rd Senatorial District for the splendid vote
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church and was currently servingthe Funiak Springs post of the Am- you gave me in the. May primaries nominating me as

l .i*>''**' l?'''* '''- *Aft" -%% f *'**, jV r s Baker Pryor and Chapel the New church Effort church near erican Funeral' were conducted your Senator from Walton, Holmes and Washington;
p' Y .a a : ::4 tto k 54/4" gn rt ,ykIRyY .__ at 3:00: P.M Monday afternoon
near Bonifay. He was a memberof Counties.
.*414tj''r' the Glendale Masonic Lodge from the Comander Funeral Home _--_
No. 22 F. and A. M. Chapel with Rev. Glen Spence
officiating. Interment followed in Your generous and whole-hearted support of my
Funeral services were conducted the Magnolia Cemetery
e r't A. at 10:00: a.m. Monday morning Serving as pallbearers were. candidacy convinces me more than ever that the peopleare
r" from the Cluster church Howard Flow, Joe Dan Trotmari,
a 'a Springs indeed ready for in government and I will
a a economy
with Revs. Emmitt Whaley E. M. O. Warren, Jr., Louis Rushing!
I Engagement Announced M. Hembry; and A. J. Dinkens Ewert Douglass and John Frank work for it in the Senate. In accordance with my pledgeto

-- services officiating.followed Masonic in! the graveside church Blud He Is survived by three brothers the people, I am in this issue giving you a complete

Betrothal of Miss Marsha Gale Fratenal Society. iss Jones I.a is cemetery, with Lodge No. 225 : Clarence A. Nelson and accounting of every penny I spent during both pri-
Jones to Lt. George W. Cox is faculty member of DeSoto Glendale conducting.He William G. Nelson both of De-
being announced by her parents County High School.Lt. Funiak Springs and Harry W. maries.
is survived by>> his> wife, Nelson of Park Ridge, 111., and
Mr. and Mrs. Homer L. Jones of Cox received a BS degreein
Punta Gorda Florida. Lt. Coxis business administration from Mrs. Bonnie Robinson, Liberty. one sister Mrs. Louis E Lange all the
Thank for fine vote and many
one son Bert J. Robinson, Jacksonville -, of Chicago HI. you your
a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. the Citadel in Charleston, S. C.
three daughters, Mrs. courtesies and the consideration shown me during the
Cox of Punta Gorda. He was a Gold Star student of
Lydia Fran McClenney, Fla.,
Miss Jones is the granddaughter the Honor Society member of the
Mrs. Mazie Schreiber, Lake campaign.
of Mrs. James E. Clark and Economic Honor Society the
Wales and Mrs. Frances Smithof
the late Mr. Clark of DeFuniak Junior Sword Drill and the< Sum- Panacea Fla. r- N4
Spring She is also the grand- mcrall Guard. Lt. Cox is stationed i r
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. at McClellen Air Force Base in There are four brothers: Nathan
H. E. Jones of Liberty Com Sacramento Calif., and now is Robinson, Meigs Ga., Steve Rob John McDonald
munity. attending school at Shepnurd Air inson Greenville Fla., and Algie Angus
A graduate of the University i'f Force in Sacramento Calif., oF and G. D. Robinson both of Pel-
South Florida in Tampa, the Force Base in Texas. ham, Ga. Also surviving is one :J. V. LAWSON.... ..OWNER
bride elect received a BA degreein The wedding will take place at sister: Mrs. Blonnie Harvey 01: --- -
business administrationeducation. 10 a.m. July 4 at the First Baptist Brooksville Fla. 14 grandchildrenand WED.THUItS.TRI.mGARALLAN .
She was president of Fides Church in Punto Gorda one great grandchild.

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I am inert gnUtni to toe people of Walton emmty ___

for the wwMtarf vote I received, nominating IRe for SUN.-MON.-TUES. ;-

Another term ae your Representative in the State'Legislature. -

I'm the 4
I'm the Incredible

I appreciate more than I can soy the splendid vote IncredfM MrvUmprtl w

of confidence you gave me and I am sure-I can serve r.Umpetl ; i

the people of all the county better than before, with the

added expedience' have. _u I want to thank the people of Walton County from

the very bottom of my heart for the fine vote you save
It ie:I certainly a wonderful feeling to know that so ,
nominating me for another term as your Walton
many of the people are me my program. ,

County Sheriff.

Thanks to every one who helped in any,way. This is the

SincerelyJAMES St funniestpicture This endorsement is most gratifying, and I want

,,' you all to know just how much I appreciate it. I am
you'll ever
< H. sea on land going to continue serving you all in the only way I

or see! bow the very best I can. Thank you all.



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, Rivard-IIarria Miss Kitturah McLeod has just FOR SALE: PUREBRED Dur oa OPERATE YOUR OWN .U.I- CASH FOR" LATE MODEL
Wedding Prices NESS-The fastest growing Cos- cars, 1958 models up. Buying for
June 13 1st Methodist church returned from four months pigs. Gilts and boars.
ACTIVITIES a Williams, Glendale metic Company In 'the U. S. will Eastern and Miami markets. Jf "-
I sonable. Ellis
vacation, which took her to
SOCIAL finance In Walton County ambi- you have a used car to sell callJames.
I' The wedding of Miss Judith Washington D. C., Baltimore, Rt. 3 Box 266, DeFuniak. 4llchg.Snags. tious woman with organizational .Hussey, TE 6-2211--8 ajn. ...
Ann Rivard and John Herbert Md., Rochester, N. Y., Niagara ability'' and pleasant appearance. till 5:30: p-m. IZ:31pd.:
, Harris, III, will be an event of Falls, through Canada backto
"', up FOR SALE: six ROOM Home, Complete training' in sales, pro- --
,. Saturday June 13, 1004 at 8 New York City and the 11'way 90 E next door to Scott motion, and administration will FROM FAMED ENGLAND, the
.",",,u, ' p.m. in the First' Methodist World's'' Fair. She reported a Pure Station Contact Vernon be given person chosen. Stats greatest gardening rut Jon on
"'l'Jj't Church. wonderful vacation. Infinger, after 5 p.m. or on weekends qualifications for personal Inter- earth, corner a fantastic dlscovery-
r A reception will follow at the Mr. and Mrs. Alex Caswell ltpd view. Write Lurline Bush 1011('" Streeter's Magic Growth Pellets .
bride's home, 506() Circle Drive, spent the weekend in Panama West Jefferson, Tallahassee, Flor- developed by Fred Stretter, winner .
t Immediately following, the cere- City. They attended the kinder- CLEAN CARPETS WITH OUR ida, for complete details. of more than: 100 gold medals
mony All friend are cordially: garten graduation of their grandson Carpet Shampooer FREE with 3.28: 6:4: plus the Victoria Medal for his
invited to attend the wedding and Bryan Withey, on Saturday purchase of Blue Lustre shampoo achivement in horticulture. You
reception. evening Bryan returned home Fisher Hardware Co. ATTENTION: LOGGERS AND can create super flowers and
Lb with them, for a two weeks visit: timber owners. We pay the top vegetables, the envy of your
Exemplar Chapter Had Mrs A. F. Dullard returnedlast I FOR SALE: FOUR ROOM prices for hardwood logs and neighbors. Over 70,000,000 magic
Enjoyable! Outdoor PartyThe > week from visit with her house, one acre land, flowing timber. Free estimates. JACKSON pellets sold in England every
i t x ; Mr and Mrs John Bullard well on Hiway 31, Freeport. Withor VENEER CO. INC.. Laurel Hill, week. In short supply at present.
member of the Exemplar sun without furnishings. Call Wade Fla. Phone 2195 days, or Louis Contact Frank W. Peterson, High-
end their on
family at" cottage
Chapter of Beta Sigma, Phi en- Mobile Bay. Mr. Bulard, trainedin Griffin, SY 2-2414, Dothan, Ala Lowery, 4-3823:, Florala, Ala. way 90 West or call TW 45809.
Joyed an outdoor party May 18 engineering, 'Js building a 6:4,11,18,25: chg.DEPRESSIONI. nights. 12tfchg: Your local distributor.
at the home of Mrs. Chris Prescott -
y wars bridge across Fish River near PRICES1 WE WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK A LOGGING EQUIPMENT FOR
there. selll! cheap. Heavy-duty rotary full line of duplicating and mi-
the fol- Sale: One Loggers/ Dream Skidder -
Special guests were
> lowing members of the Ritual of COTTAGES FOR RENT: Gray- cutters, $265.00 each. We deliver meograph supplies. Ink, Duplicator $1600.00; 1 F 600 2 ton, 1961
free. SCOTT FURR DISCOUNT fluid, stencils and paper. Ford with log trailer $1900.00
Jewels Chapte rwho nre eligiblefor ton Beach, call Gene Wesley, De- ;
s t FARMS, Magnolia Mississippi Colored inks and colored paperon I-B 170, 2'h Ton, 1961 Interna-
membership the Exemplar Funlak after 5
Springs 6-9386:
7832917. 5:14-7: 2pd:
Phon special order, four day delivery tional Pulpwood tandem truck
Mrs. Barbara Prescott, Mrs
: I pm. or Seagrove Beach 231-2621.
I with loader .00. 1-T
a" new
Ann Jone. Mr Mildred Bi hop 4ll,18,25chg:
Faison And Ward Joe Walls Business Machines 340 International Crawler Trac-
end Mrs. Ellen Murry.
& Service tor; 1961 Model $2500.00. All this
NOW IS Water Wells and PumpsEasy
The business meeting was pre- THE TIME TO HAVE
Road-Phone TW 6-4141 in condition call
equipment good
.91r Mr. painting wood finishing Call collect Freeport
s'ded over by Mary Carolyn your term*-
King, the president wall papering, interior or exter- Doc Faison, Bonifay 5472370 FOR SALE: BEAUTIFUL three John Caryvillo E. French.548-3131 S:after 14,21.286.4pdFOR 6 p.m.
II I Mr. Mary PInrkard was in ior work done. Call Ewald Ra- Wiley Ward, Vernon 636-2168 bedroom home, two ceramic tile ; :
5 'charge of the program and led hardt, TW 4-9341. 416-1016pd: : baths, kitchen complete with GE SALE: NOR-LAKE ICE
the group in singing. Deta Sigma built-in 100' 150'
FOR SALE: WATER FRONT appliances on x Cube maker with storage bin.
< Phi songs. lots, and wooded In lots. On lot in Oaklawn Square. FHA financed Also Speed Queen ironer in good
'lA.xY t t Choctawhatchee located LEGAL NOTICENOTICE Call Sam Rachels, TW 6- condition J. D. Francis, White
J Bay, on .
tR'sr 9s'ik j Miss Maude Saunders will Okaloosa-Walton county line in I 2521 or Buddy Brazile TW 4- Castle Court, Ph. TW 4-2567.
leave Friday for a vacation at Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe, Rt. 1 Notice Is hereby given that punuantto 8746. 4:16tfchgSPECIALS : 28-6: ; 4 pd.UNCLAIMED.
} : rr" Sea grove Beach. She will] be joined Chapter No 86509 Florida< Statute,
there by Mr and Mrs Orea Box 259 Villa Tasso, Niceville, the following will on June 25 1864 I
M Florida. register with the Clerk oL the CircuitCourt
y Norton and son of Biloxi, Miss., Ow:1.n: County. Florida, the, Cold Waves $6.50 and u; Iotl"I'"'' Singer Sewing Mach-
and Mr. and Mrs Joe Agce and FOR SALE: NEW BEDROOM I said of Walton fictitious CountyCredit name Shampoo & Set 1.50 and 2.01( ines that were unclaimed. Pay
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family of Athens, G-\ house, living room, dining bring the name under which theundersigned Hair Cuts 1.Oi repair bill $14.63. These machines -
Irr I Dr. and Mr. Robert Drown and room, kitchen, bath and half, I on Dullness U sole In the owner State and of carrying Florida -I Elizabeth' Beauty Salon ai (in excellent shape. Write
daughter, Kathy of Columbus FHA, small down payment, call I the principal place of buBlness Downtown 5th & Baldwin ::..r. "p >T iger. Vogue Sewing;
Ga., were weekend guests of Mrs. collect MU 2-2950 or MU 2-4390, located lu UeFuulak Springs: Florida. Home Phone TE 6-2543 '"n'r. Wright St. Pen-
Ronald O. Pickett
B. J. Brown, Sr. Crestview, Fla. 4.16tfclig: I 4tJune 4-25 Phone TW 6-3141 6tfch.: uacola, Fla. S.28-7.16cng: :
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MARY IN I.. CIUNCiKY FuaaamT: 1010. U" IN XIIK: COURT.LOR1UAIN Or" THE COUNTY Capt. Charles E. Drake, son o t, ate Bobby J. Daughtry 21, sor i ',._' "i 'r-lent, a graduate of

FAatatittMAURICE PROBATE A-IC WILLIAM McRAE: Air- Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Drake of De- of Mr. and Mrs. Alex C. Daugh .-'r tivjjiu, High School at

Registration Book Junllr L I Y. a. WOODdON. me: Bstat et Herman Altenfeld. man First Class William W. Mc- Funlak Springs Is participatingIn try, Rt. 2, DeFuniak Springs,,,.1/1'/ '. d 1 the University of Mary-

op nuor Voter of UegUtratlons ftroeport Florida. Re. Defendant. NOTICE TO =,: I Rae son of Mrs.\ Margaret: L. Mc- Exercise SPRINGBOARD a completed his basic combat training i I> I V.r wife, Nana. is the

-.denU to the or City......port who are QualUled.0 The plMlnutf NOTILK;having TO APPEAR filed herein a man All creditors Altenfeld.of deceased the. estate are of herby Her- Ray of Louisville, Ala., has gradu- two-week command post training at Ft. Jackson, S. C., on May ':. ," if Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
-. YOW In county and Slat rAec dons sworn statement entitling her to this notified and required to file any ate from the U. S. Air Force exercise with the Seventh U. S. 1. 1964. This is tho first phaseof r. I In, ,Im, fill E. Bay Ave. De-

.re auaUIled may to regUter uo. eo at lor nisi Uie FVee City. suit notice has you been are filed hereby notified In that the bate claims against or demands said estate which In they the office may Noncommissioned Officer Pre- Army at Stuttgart, Germany, his active duty training anda r'uiu.,ik! st t i'Hiss' Fla.

yporttuPose Office from June. unWon above styled cause byuitMary U Forrest of the Count! Judge of Walton Oounty. paratory School at McCoy AFB, ending April 30. part of tho obligation he incurred __ _
or about Juue :10: m* the nature ot which Is the tnre Florida in the courthouse at. De- The exercise is designed to enlisting in tho U. S. -- H
at May28IJune4_ closure of a mortgage against the fol Punlak Springs Florida, Within (0) Fla.Airman upon f -Y
l :1onellCtf O: property situate, ly- Calendar months from the date of McRae, who was perfect standing operational pro- Army' Reserves.
IN 'IHK CIRCUIT COURT OF WAL- In Walton the first publication of this notice
County, is graduate
TON COUNTY, URIUA Florida, to-wlt: Each claim or demand must be 10 trained in leadership and management cedures and evaluate communication Privato Daughtry n -
IN CHANCERY: NO. IIJ6V LoU 9, 10, 11, 20 21 and 22 In writing and must state the place 01 is a weapons merchanic procedures. Capt. Drake, a of Paxton High School of Saves Me A Lot of
J. it. DORBKY; : IndlTldually. Block "0" Forrest Beach. a subdivision residence and post-office add..t here. JUs wiSe Alice, is the pilot in the 600th Aviation Com- 1060. Prior to cntcrting the ser-
and J M. In Walton County, Florida the claimant and must be sworn toby
FA4M4CltOOM; PAN C.vs. according to the plat thereof the claimant his agent or his daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.. pany in Germany, entered the vice he was employed as a warehouseman Money: Too!
Plain ttJI on file in the Office of the attorney, or It will become void according Mathews ">f DeFuniak Springs Army in June 1053. lie is a 1948 and shoe salesman I I.y ,
Clerk of Circuit Court Walton. to law. '
WILSON Nowr.n4aka WOODROW County. Florida' and recorded In ally ElelnAdministretrix graduate of W. H. S. and a 1952: Sears Roebuck, at Ft Walton
WILSON NOWLINC and Plat Book No. 2. at page 40. Cum TvstamentoAnnexo DONALD J. MARKUS: Marine graduate of FSU in Tallahassee. Beach. '''n.)' not save some of
UAQOIE:: NOWLINC _IL-a MAGGIE and you are required to file your of the Estate Of I
NAB NOWIANO. DTJILDER8t, answer or written defenses to the Herman A1 nfele1. deceased Corporal Donald J. Markus son your hard-earned dollars
MODERN ALUMINUM complaint herein filed with the Clerk First. Publication of Notice of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Markus of ISRAEL J. DANIELS: Army with policy
Charts a on
CORPORATION a Florida Corporation of the Circuit Court of Walton County May 14. 1964 CHARLES R. :
: WEST FLORIDA ENTERPRISES Florida. DeFunlak" Springs, Florida 4t: May 14. 21. 23, June 4 Rt. 1, DeFuniak Springs, was I Specialist Four Israel J. Daniels R Boland. seaman USN, son home that covers fire
OP PANAMA CITY INC. and serve a ,whose on plaintiffs promoted to his present rank in eon of Mrs. Marie W. Daniels 107 and Mrs. Charles A. Bo-
a Florida & ; attorneys, names appear of theft, liability win i d-
AND DISCOUNT coiu t y. below on or before June 22. IBM failing IN THE COURT OF 1HE COUNTY April while serving with the Dorsey Ave., DeFuniak Springs/ land of 810 W. Van Buren St., De-
a Pennsylvania Corporation, and which a decree pro confesso 'will JUDGE OK WALTON COUNT, Eighth Marine Expeditionary Unit qualified as expert in firing the Funlak Springs, recently partci- storm and many other
all partle* claiming right, title be entered against you. .'LORIDIN PROBATE i M-14 rifle in 20 Ks. Not: the slightest
Germany, April ri>
and interest in Lot 11. 13 and 13. This notice shall be published once in pated in a major Pacific Fleet
Ret: Estate of SUSAN C. ADA1 S.
Block 1, Subdivision of Block 1024 each week for four consecutive timesof DeceasedNOTICE graduate of WitS in DeFun- Specialist Daniels, a driver i in exercise called "Operation Rod obligation in giving us a
and 1828. Town of DeFUnlak Spring. publication In. The DeFunlak Herald TO CREDITORS. the 533d Transportation Com- call.
. State of FloridaNOTICE lak. Markus entered the serviceIn Cloud' aboard the destroyer: USS
County AU the of Susan
creditors of estate
defend at.. This 13: day. of May, 1004K C. Adams deceased are hereby, notl July 1960.CHARLES. pnny. 125th: Transportation Battalion Weddlerburn off the coast of
LEO ANDREWS Harris Insurance
OP SUIT fled and required to file any claims 10th Transportation Group
:Notice to above named defendants Clerk Circuit Court or demands which they may have Southern
You are hereby notified that a complaint , Walton County. Fla. tate A. WARD: CharlesA near Augsburg entered the Army
In foreclosure has been filed B' Eva *.. H1" D0- county judge of WatoneCounty.iore- Ward sonarman second class In March 1956. He was last sta- AgencyTW
by toe above-named plaintiff In the (SEAL) ida, within six calendar month D. EVERETT Staff
18)) JAMES
.. Jr.Of tioned at Ft. Rucker Ala., and
above-entitled Court In the above entitled CAMPBELL from the date of the first publication USN son of Mr. and Mrs. AlbertF.
cause of action entitling the ANDREWS of this notice Each claim or demand Ward of Freeport Is serving arrived overseas on this tour of Sergeant James D. Everett, son 6-2451
plaintiff to this notice you and each P. O. Boa 328 must be In writing and must state duty in November, 1962. lie is a of Mrs. Jack Everett of Roberson-
DePunlak Springs FloridaAttorneys USS Norris
of are hereby notfled that a the place or residence and office aboard the destroyer
mortgage you foreclosure' suit has been filed for Plaintiff address of the claimant and post must besworn presently; in the Boston Mass., 1955: graduate of Tivoli High vile, N. C., has graduated from DeFuniak Springs Fla.
acalnst you seeking to foreclose the 4t: May 21, 28: June 4. 11 to by the claimant his agent School and his wife Cettle b i the training course for U. S. Air
lien on the following described his 1wUl beoume Naval Shipyard undergoing over-
plaintiffs or attorney or tcchnl-
property In Walton County NOTICE TO STATUTE CKEDlTO..aFLOBIDA void according to law. haul. with him in Germany. Force dental laboratory ,.:. '
Florida to wit- Edith O. Fey -- --
Lots U, 12 and 13 Block 1, Subdivision In the Court of the> County Judge, W. F. Green - -- -
of Blocks 1824 and 1028 Walton In County Probate., Florida, Executors of the Las CARL M. DAY: Carl M. Ray. - -- - .-.
Town of DeFunlak Springs Walton Will and Testament of i'I -
County, Florida. In re: Estate of Susan C. Adams Deceased machinist mate third class, USN
and you are hereby notified and reaulred LOUIS EDWARD OtU. DeoeuecI. First. Publication on May ai, 1984 son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Dayof
to serve upon plaintiff s attorney To All Creditors and Persons Having 4t: May 2128June4.11 Rt. 1, DeFuniak Springs, is a

written a copy defense of your If answerer any or to oth the Eetatel Claims or Demands Against Said member of ,the first crew of the I .lss".M WORK FIX-IT WONDERS

complaint In this cause, and to file You and each of you are hereby, IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY guided missile cruiser USS Chi II
the defense original with of such the Clerk answer of or Circuit written claims notified and and demands required which to present any ,JUDGE OF WALTON COUNTY, cago commissioned on May 2, at "DRAGON" with this AMAZING NEW
Court of Walton County, Florida on either of you. may have against the Re: Estate of SUSAN O. ADAMS. San Francisco, Calif. Naval ship
or before the 15th day of June estate of Louie Edward alit deceased Deceased I PLASTIC TREATED FABRIC
llNK.- ate of said County, to the County NOTICE OF PROBATE yard. HEDGE TRIMMER
This notice shall be published each Judge of Walton County. Florida, at TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN L
wetik UePunlak for four Herald consecutive a weekly weeks newspaper In The its office In the court house of said THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.You RALPH D HEWITT: Ralph D. I fixed.. aU|| position handle ,
County at DeFunlak Springs Florida. notified that a
are hereby t
published In Walton County Florida. within six calendar months from the written Instrument purporting to be Hewett fireman. USN, on of Mr. lightweight
Done and Ordered st DeFUniak time of the first publication of this he last. will and testament of said and Mrs. A. G. Hewett of De- e 1JV4* hardened cutting bladeCsctustve
13 of ,
day May
Springs notice. Two copies of each claim or decedent has been admitted to pro-
1904 demand shall be in writing, and shall bate In this court. You are hereby Funlak Springs Is serving aboard : handle design gives firm natural
B LEO ANDREWS state the place of residence and post. commanded within alx calendar tho anti-submarine aircraft car- grip, bslsnced control In' ell positions. r ava
Clerk Circuit Court office address of the claimant, and months from the date of the first yTwigInterlock
t' .
March tooth for cut
design even 1Q
Walton County. FloridaBy rier USS Kearsarge which
shall be sworn to by the claimant notice to appear
Iva Adklnson I agent, attorney and accompanied by r:blltC.tI.nuri"la.b. cause If any 30 searched for nine passengers ting. no slips Saves hours of lime gives' _':I- yr
Deputy Clerk i a filing fee of one dollar and such you can why the action of this court owned aircraft nester look to shrubs end htJses:: E' $24.95
(SEAL) claim or demand not so filed shall 1n admitting said will to probate of a privately
Attorneys for Plalntlft: be void. should not stand unrevoked aircraft( which was forced to ditchIn
Douglas M AndrewsOf Agnes Myrtla OlllAs DAN JOB: TROTMAN
CAMPBELL ff ANDREWSP. Executrix of the Last Will County Judge the Pacific Ocean.
O. Bog 326 and Testament of Louie Edward First Publication May 21, 1M4t. I -
DePuntak Springs Florida4t Gill .: May LAWSON Del-
: May 21, 28. June i. 11 4t: May 21. 28 June 4. 11
__ bert V. Lawson seaman. USN,, NEW! PS30 frtoTVBNT
lion of Mr. and Mrs. John V. Law-

son of DeFunlak Springs parti- LAMES "FALL-OUT"

cipated recently aboard the am- PRUNING SHEARS

phibious force command ship USS of loose nuts,bolts and screws -

rS-7-- t. Taconic, operating out of Norfolk I

Va. In exercise Quick Kick V, r C N O il Lis COMIItiEx1t
a large-scale combined-forces sea -I?
assault landing exercise held at

Onslow Beach, N. C. Power-bite pruning shears PLASTIC 4', o

for clean cuttingwith less LOCK 5se:
EDWARD E. LUSHER, PFC effort. Handy ?
Edward E. Lusher, 19, whose lock. >.r.O
wife Pat. lives on Rt. 3, De- thumb WASHERFor
_ _ _
Funlak Springs completed an ae".lra 1.0'11. Hobs. leeks
eight-week small arms repair I ...r.d Rutted Out Araa
4 ., w .. .
Quick course April 24, at the Army FL IN e''AdSec' .s To Metal. Wood
..unbar Canva* I
Aberdeen Proving
ordnance Center -
Never Ru" Rat,
Ground, Md. Dalarlerata
Lusher was trained to repair TAPE ) o Can aw Sand PapararfPalnlad sad
Pick a Chevrolet and fill in the spaces hand, shoulder and crew-served 50' BANNER I

fIrearms. lie entered the Army In Na eels>, heat *r fI._
and received basic accurate,
June 1062 y.arRaed. teeedrede
raining at Ft. Leonard Wood, long-disl3nce r ef aieeey ...'leg
Now's the time to see the great outdoors in a great Chevrolet buy
Mo.. he has also served In Korea. measuring. ." .>... far tkle.u.'
He is a: 1962 graduate of East > Exclusive, read cut /.5t.r.a.d laarts.Ift .
Here you are on the brink of vacation typically Chevrolet array of extra-cost a* eaty t* use
HIgh School, Kansas City wilts
time. There's your Chevrolet dealer in options.the line. adf-s.IhrMgp.4.kth
'N' Travel Time. Plain Impalas anything but. They Clad9 ..t Uses every.thin .
midst of Trade are ROBERT WILKERSON: Pvt. fe. a rased .
You two should get together! Objectcome in all popular body styles, including Robert Wilkerson son of Mr. and qg w evt* hle k. a*

celebrating the joys of summer in a new wagons. They're dressed up to a fare- Mrs. Ira C. Wilkerson Rt. 2, De- VibraUoa avte feedy. le S Sao.

Chevrolet. thee-well: fully carpeted interiors, uphol- Funtak Springs, completed advanced 1 Gi tV I ice'f.Jest...rarlmatlaf cvt. die e m....4.

Why a Chevrolet? Well,Vrith 15 models stery as durable as it is training .s. Hercules Ott h sees p.....

in four series, what possible reason is there Airs and Biscaynes, the lower priced Air missile Defense crewman School at the Ft. Army Bliss, NEW! HSIO I knell.i..d..d.r..ptace

to look further? Chevrolets, make a practice of Texas! in April. AMEN JI

Take the Impala Super Sport hiding it. All the conveniences Wilkerson was trained In fun- HEDGE rrl1aiJ

(and a lot of people do just that). no sacrificing comfort or style. damental electronic theory and t u -tliht

Comes as a Sport Coupe or Did we mention that Trade missile electrical systems. He entered SHEARS hinges,lock

Convertible. Has trimmings like TlADEY1IAVD: *N* Travel Time won't last the Army last December 2 95 On drop does aRlw with Plastic.
basi cat Ft. Polk
and completed Lock Wtsfur. mlrocto
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front bucket seats, center conliME see your .

sole special trim-all as standard Chevrolet dealer. Then go fill La.The 22 years old soldier"Is 'a Big .W' hollow Nground Up drop to getsnygnwooJustdd orDmi el

equipment. And offers a * in the spaces. 660 graduate of Paxton high ajotchad cad blades..r-,,.....!.,.. Vlbratta won't shake It

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