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 11, 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: VID00232
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Judge CommendsCommission Council Took No

On Action On New

Confederate Flag Election Ordinance DEFUNIAK HERALD



Circuit Judge D. Stuart Gill!. After Instructing City AttorneyAngus

appeared briefly before the: Andrews Monday night to 4.

County Commission Tuesday,' draw up an ordinance changing .

commending them for the recent: election procedure for the coning OC.

action in flying a Confederateflag I municipal election, the City Coun .

by the Confederate monu cil at a special meeting Tuesday; -;) .> r7. ,

ment in the courtyard, oldest night failed to take action on the W_- .L .t

such marker in the nation. measure. - --
_
Judge Gillis presented them i a The ordinance was prepared by _

letter, reading: Andrews following a motion by VOLUME PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA JUNE 11, 1964 lOc Number 27

June 9. 1D64 Councilman John Frank Blud- --

The Honorable Board of County worth seconded by Councilman Chelco's Annual Invitational Golf--


Walton Commissioners County, Florida Vernon Neither Cosson.of these Councilmen Meeting of MembersSet Tournament Sunday Plans Completed I II ir City- \

Gentlemen: was at the special meeting, andit For SaturdayThe
As the sole surviving child of; was decided to take no action The annual DeFuniak Coun-

one Confederate soldier, I with until such time as these memberswere try Club Invitational, golf tournament *

to express my deep appreciation present. Choctawhatchee Electric will be held Sunday, V

of your action in providing a Meanwhile, City Clerk Neel Cooperative's Annual Meeting of June 14, beginning at 8:00: a.m. Wide Recreation

Confederate Flag to mark the must go ahead with the old procedure members will be held at Camp Nice Merchandise prizea will b* rogram !

monument erected originally in and accept petitions signed Timpoochee, Villa Tasso given In the championship and

Walton County's first county seat by 25 electors instead of the new yule on Saturday, June 13,, 1964, all ether, flights.

It is symbolic of the true spiritof method outlined in the ordinanceon at 9:30: a.m.. Central Standard The club courts Is In fine School Board Reception Honoring The summer enrichment recreational -

democracy in which our coun- which no action was taken. Time. All members and their fam shape now and onother good I Legislative Members program will open at

try was conceived and founded The ordinance provides that ilies are Invited to attend. tournament, .Is I looked for. Adopts CalendarThe 8.00; a.m. Monday, June 22. All
There will be an election of; will be a reception of activities
and of the principles to be found each candidate for a city office Ther types are planned for

these latter days, as Woodrow pay a fee equal to three percent three trustees and officers reportof Makes Walton County School I given In honor of Senator both young people and adult

Wilson, one of our really great of the gross annual salary of the another year of progress and Paxton FFA Board at Its regular meeting June elect John Angus McDonaldand with a large number of people

Presidents, once said "only in the office he Is seeking, and that no growth. Also several other itemsof Top Three Rating For 9, adopted a school calendar for R.pr., Jam H. "Jimmy" expected to take part in the program -
business will be discussed. June 11, at
South. Thursday, this
Prescott, summer.
petition be required in the future. the 1964-65 school Fall term.
Sincerely. The ordinance also Entertainment will be providedby Third Straight YearThe 7:00: P.M. In the National Guard The program is co-sponsored by
providesthat 19)
Teachers begin work August ,
those well known radio and
D. Stuart Gillis in the event no candidate for endingthe Armory. the Walton county Board of Pub-
John Brown, regional manager] an office receives a clear majorityof TV personalities, Jim & Jesse' Paxton FFA Chapter has and school work for June 196 11 days, 1965. The The publlo Ie I cordially In lic Instruction and the City of

for the Game and Fresh Water the votes cast another election and the Virginia Boys. There will been rated among the top three year August 26, vited. DeFuniak Springs. The program
begin
term
Fish Commission, met with the will be held one week liter be- be no charge for admission anda chapters in the state of Florida students June begins on June 22, and ends Aug-
for 180 days ending
Board And discussed with tnem tween the high candidates.!! free lunch of fried chicken will: for the third straight year it end runs Evaluation days will be Walton Summer School ust 14.

a 90-day extension in the time On other action at Monday's be served at noon. was officially announced this 3, 1965. Starts June 22 Personnel assigned to work on
25 January
for completing road work at the regular session: In addition to more than $450.00( week at the State FFA Conven- October 8, November the DeFuniak program are: Bur-

Juniper Lake Lake fishing area A complaint about dogs run- worth prizes to be given at a tion in Daytona Beach (June 9-) 22, March 8 and April 22. Summer school, primarily for vin Pugh, Milton Smith, Cleve

north of town. He will convey ning at large and barking was drawing following the noon meal 12)). This means Paxton will be Holidays will be September 7- make-up work, is to begin at Jones, Charles Paulk, Buddy

the request to the Fish Commis- received from a group from Lake every member who registers will entered In National Competition Labor day; November 11- Veterans 8:00: o'clock and end at 12:00: Supple, John F. Bludworth, Dan

sion.The Stanley and Council President receive a door prize. for National Rating in October at day; November 3-general a.m. Monday through Friday. Carroll Glen Neel Edwin Gillis,

650-acre lake was openedto Glenn Rowe named a committee the National FFA Convention in election; November 26, 27- This schedule will be followedfor Mike DeShong, Zaba Couch, Wil-

fishing for the first time two of Councilmen Jay McDaniel,, Sports Champs At Kansas City, Missouri. Tho top Thanksgiving; December 21 Jan 19 six weeks or thirty days.: State liam Trotman Gertrude Camp-

weeks ago. Vernon Cosson and Bennie Arnold three each year are entered into 4-Christmas; March 18 and regulations( call for one hundred bell, Marian Godwin, Faye Wil-

The Board discussed for the to investigate the possibility Elementary School National each year. In ID62 It was for FEA in Jacksonville. twenty hours work to be given kerson and Lee Andrews.

second time in recent meetingsthe of providing, a dog pound. Santa Fe, Ft. Pierce and Paxton: The board also accepted the during a summer session. The working hours are Monday

question of refinancing the The health department was Maude Saunders Elementary" in 1963 it was Paxton, Bartow, resignation of Milton Smith, Assistant We recommend that students through Friday from 8 am. to

county's Indebtedness, but took; voted $200.00 a month for the School boasts new champions for and Quincy; and this year it is Principal of Walton High having failed a subject during 4:00: p.m.

no definite action At this time. next year to help carry on its! 1964 track and field events basedon Santa Fe, Ft. Pierce and Paxton School to accept a 'Job as super- the past school term enroll and The program will consist of the

An agreement for aerial spraying work, with $200 voted for the I self-testing events recom- again. vising principal in South Florida. make up that work during this following activities. Swimming,

for mosquito and dogfly con- Little League summer program, mended on the U. S. Physical Fit- The Paxton FFA Chapter is The summer maintenance pro- summer session. Offerings in the (beginners, intermediates, adults),

was signed with Eglin Air and $250 voted foe, the Tivoli ness Program. Class Championsare well represented at the State gram was discussed and bout following areas are available: Minor I League baseball ((7-8

Base. The spraying has been car- summer baseball program. as follows: (The first name Convention in Daytona Beach made for work to start Mathematics, Science, Social Stu- years old), Pony League baseball

ried out by Eglin planes annuallyfor The Council also voted $400 in each group is the winners, this year. Paxton was rated in I, June 28.The dies and English. The cost to the (13-15 years old), basketball,

several years.Representative. for the summer recreation pro- with runner-ups following.) the state Farm Safety Program, Board also voted to build student will be $30.00.In football, Softball for adults, field

Jimmy i Pres- gram, 'jointly sponsored by the 50 yard dash: 6th grade: Bo top in the District Co-Operative dressing I rooms on to the Free- case you ere Interested in trips gym activities, reading pro-

cott appeared before the Board city and the Walton county Boardof Bohon, Bobby Holt David Pope,! Contest, receiving $100.00 for port Gymnasium to provide faci- attending summer school, you gram, library activities, driver

and said that he and Senator- Public Instruction.: Billy Ammons and Jimmy Holder. each l honor. The chapter was, of lities for physical education should jet in touch with the high training and music.

elect John Angus McDonaldwere 5th Grade: Mack Campbell, Er- course, top chapter in District I classes and athletic programs. school office and let us know the Swimming

setting up a conference with Casey's IGA Foodliner nie Vines Bruce Butts Lyle Gil- end received $25 for that, and Summer personnel were approved subject you need to make up. If All persons Interested in registering -

Cong. Bob Sikes to discuss!! early Will Be Closed Mondays lis, Eddie Shehee and BUI Barker. received $15 for being the num- and plans made to start you would like to discuss your for swimming instruction -

four-lanlng of Highways 90, 98 4th Grade: Leon Messer and ber three chapter In the state. June 22. child's work or grades, we also : should report to the Lion's
and 331 through Walton Ronnie of Clif- to to see us any
county. Kelly.
The quartette conslsing Invite you come
Beginning Monday, June 22, Gwendolyn Wilson was Club pool between the hours of
The Commission set the Throw 6th Fos- Mrs. between the hours of
period Softball Distance
: Harvey week
Hall, Mike Cox, the Walton day
Casey's IGA Foodliner will be: on librarian at 8-11 a.m., Monday Juno 22.
July 6-10 as the time for the Grade, Jimmy Holder tied Wen- er, Danny Harrison and Miss approved as replacing Miss 8:00: a.m. and 4:00: p.m.Burvin.
closed each Monday until further! School, Baseball
,
Board's annual meeting as tax dell Linton. David Pope and Kirk competed in the High E. Pugh,
Shirley had
notice. The store stays each who pre- will be
baseball
Anderson Minor
open Lucille League
equalizers to hear assessment Jack Richards runner-ups, 5th State Quartette contest Miss Til- lib Supervising Principal
I as
Sunday. taken a avallablle for 7-8 old
complaints. There have been no Grade, Jason Wood, Greg Floyd lie Brown competed In the State vlosuly looseion Waltonrarian boys years
The proprietors, Lloyd and the Interested In this
at All
complaints !in the Cecil Bowden and Takes boys part
presented past James Brown, Sweetheart contest, and the chap- iKKly Wiggly
Murphy Casey, that by being College should to
say of the
two years. Ernie Vines. 4th Grade, Dean ter scrapbook was entered In thescrapbook Junior Part In Area Contest program report
closed on Monday they will Instructional personnel tho Little League field at 9 a.m.
Commlsioner Marvin Rigdon 5s Oakley Glenn Miller and Ron- contest.: The results of All non -
in be able to stock ,the store completely for the county had previously described as Monday. Pony League baseball
seriously ill the Lakeside hos- nie Kelly. contests were not known Card A Rama,
pital at this time. on that day, giving better Standing Broad .Jump:. 60)) -at'these-the; tilwe-of-r service to the customers. Grade David Pope, Allen Ruther- announced later.> I only a few vacanclremained game." opens in the local Plggly 15 years old. Report 1:30: pjn.
The Monday closing starts on in the instructional personnel June 22 at Walton hlQh'school..
ford, Jack Richards Jimmy Holder Ronald Hobbs and'Larry Geo- Wiggly store Thursday, with area
!MaJCairns Graduate June 22.Homecoming. .
schools.A interested should to
the Boys report
for
the
In
George Bray and Chucky ghagan were the official dele- folks eligible to participate
From Staff CollegeMaJ. Gillis route for the bus in the South tho baseball field on the campusat
Williams. 5th Grade
Lyle gates, and Duane Staggers was temporary $2 .000 giveaway
: SundayAt Willie Jowers, Ernie Vines, Jason an alternate delegate. The group to be sent to the Okaloosa was Alabama Georgia, and Northwest 1 p.m. Monday.
William D. Cairns hus- Fall Basketball
Caney Creek Weed and Bruce Butts. 4th Grade, accompanied by Mr. "Happy" ton Junior College this Florida area.Invented .
band of the former Miss was start In should
Joyce Leon Messer, Buddy Perdue, Ron- Advisor. agreed on. The route to by Beverly E. Ed- Boys interested reportto
Bishop of Argyle, was graduatedfrom and Roche, North section of the county Card-A-Rama the gym Tuesday, June 23 at
nie Childers, Dean Oakley Jack Adams received his State the wards, of Geneva
the associate' at the Homecoming will be held at through Liberty
course follow 331 7 p.m.
"machine"
Orville Thomas. Degree in absentee. The at Pax tn. features a small con-
U. S. Command and Gen the Caney Creek church on Sunday Farmer Springs to Gym
Army Chin Ups: 6th Grade, Gary and sweetheart took and DeFuniak sisting of a metal box with a slot
eral Staff College, Fort Leaven-! June 14, with a cordial invitation Ward, Buzzy Douglas Quinn Bar- quartette big band shell programat Freeport and then West on road in the top. A card coded with The gym will be open five days
worth Kan. 8. extended to all to attend part In a This bus according each week. Everyone Is invited
May Valparaiso. Inserted into
I ton, Bo Bohon. 5th Grade, Ernie convention.Mr. 20 to punched holes In
The four-month course is designed the activities.The the board will need to to use the facilities available for
to customer.
Vines, Billy Earle Nelson, Gary Roche had charge of aU the slot by the store
to prepare selected officersfor 11:00: sun. sermon will be Holmes, Billy Carroll. 4th Grade: for the leave 6:00: ajn.each morning When one winning combinationof young people and adults.
publicity around
duty as commanders and delivered by the pastor, the Rev. the newspaper to get to the college Field Trip
gen- Leon Messer, Herbert Cox, Tho- in the Daytona r holes Is inserted, a bell rings,
eral staff officers. Robert Knox. convention o'clock When classesare Four trips are being; planned
mas Bruckner, Ronnie Kelly, surrounding areas. He by 8:00: I signalling a $1 winner.
Dinner will be served at noon, Beach and for rhildren this summer. All students -
The college, the Army's sen- Buddy Purdue, Pete White. of an FFA pro- stated to begin. The buzzer Indicates a $25 win-
ior tactical school, was estab- with a ting beginning at 1:30: The Girls Champions and run- also had charge Club luncheon.The Students desiring to ride the are invited to go on these

lished in 1881 as The School of pjn. ner-ups as follows: gram at a Quartette Rotary sang at a Civ- bus will meet the bus at designated ner.But when the small green light trips. For those who cannot go
FFA
Application of Infantry and 50 Yard Dash: 6th Grade, Vicki Club meeting. The group points along the route since flashes, the customer has 'Just the gym will be open for regular

Cavalry. Skirts and Shirts Adams and Vicki Sheaf tied for U.sn guests at several luncheons, the bus will not have time togo won $100, payable Immediately scheduled aclvltles.
Major Cairns entered the ArmyIn Donna were roads and get to the the cashier.DeFuniak. Library
1st place. Ginger Phillips, and dinners for the on side by
breakfasts
The Skirts and Shirts really The library will be open. Dur-
September 1952. He is sche- and Alford. 5th time.
Carter Kathy college on
duled to be reassigned to the 1st enjoyed a wonderful evening of Adams Suellen various honors received.A wishing to ride ing the summer program one has)
Grade Shirley whole week student
the ,
full report on Any of
Centerin the opportunity to see many
the Community
Battalion 327th Infantry Fort dancing at S Squaws
Nobles Charlotte Griner and date after' should contact the erIntendent'a
Ft. Walton Saturday night, June will be given at a later the bus the popular books which are usually -
Campbell, Ky.Examination. Bar- and leave his
Sheila Phillips. 4th Grade. to an end.I office
6th. We had almost four squares the convention comes .""l"@IIs. Still On Warpath In circulation during the
bara Brown Nancy Gillis, Marsha I and
will make three straight her nameSonny --------
from our Club represented there. This Or school year. A number or now
For Clerk
We missed the ones that couldn'tmake Hall, all three tied. years that the chapter will have The DeFuniak Squaws chalked books will be available.
At Post Office Here 6th
Softball Distance Throw with U..
Competition attended
National
been in who the Reading
it.This Yates, up another( win by defeating
Saturday night, we will Grade, Vicki Sheaf. Wanda Vines, the top chapters from other states.In of Houston is visiting his parents, Laurel Hill Rebels Monday night Summer reading Instruction will
Mrs. Marie Underwood, Post- Vicki Adams. 5th
Donna Carter Sil- .
have our own club at the Na- 1962 the chapter received Mr. and Mrs. Everette 19-9) at Laurel Hill. The Squaws be directed by Mrs. Campbell and
Master, announces a competitive' Grade Charlene Grimard, Char- Is nextto
Come Emblem rating; which recently Initiated as in return Mrs. Godwin. Children who need
tional Guard Armory. on ver Sonny was will meet the Rebels a
examination for the of 4th
position Club Reporter lotte Griner, Linda Hurley. the highest, last year It received Alpha Epsilon Rho June additional assistance In reading
down and visit with us a member of match here Monday night,
local board clerk in the
postofflce and Jane
Grade Warrene Ellisor which TV
Emblem rating Radio In
Gold to enroll
encouraged
Lurline Mason. Honorary skills are
National at 7:30
15 : p.m.
here will be held with applica- first. Donie Ann
Jones tied for We
nation.
I' h the highest in tLe Fraternity.Mr. Exciting moments were pro- this program. No credit is given
tions accepted until June 16
:
Woodmen To Hold Walker. will know in October how the and Mrs. Jeff Parish were vided with home runs by Vents but this program will tend to
Full information the position 6th
on Broad Jump :
and examination may be held Annual Picnic grade Standing Wanda Vines Beth Green, chapter comes out in National. home from Ft. Stewart, Ga., Ard, Charlene Bass, Mary Bonner assist In correcting reading prob-
Magnolia Camp No. 10, Wood- their parents, Mr. andvisiting and Bonnie Bonner Winning lems. This program will beginon
at thet postoffice. men of the World will hold I it* 5th Grade Sue Ellen Noble, Seven From WaltonOn Tom Andrews and Mr. and pitcher was Genny Crocker. Monday morning, June 22.
Gail Mrs.
annual Friday night Shirley Adams. 4th Grade FSU Dean's List the Squaws a Students Interested should reportto
Christian Scientists family picnic: ,; Barbara Mrs. Mark Parish. This win gives
Jones
Rutherford Jane
' BostonA June 12 at Wayside Park, U. S Chesser left Sun- 3-1 record so be sure to be on the lunchroom at 8 a.m.
'Met Monday in Brown and Susan Ward. Dean's List for the second Miss JoAnn win the Summer reading
90 West. The Ga. where she hand at the Little League park,, Along
All members, their families, Shuttle Run: 6th Grade. Vicki trimester has been announced by day from Rome, master's Monday night at 7:30: when they program at the Maude Saunders
her
call to use "spiritual power"to Shoaf, Joyce Hattaway. Wanda To be will begin study on will
members of the Woodmen Circle, Florida State University. will attempt to collect another Elementary school, reading
help solve the world's 'thorny Vines Loyce Newton. 5th Grade; List undergraduate degree, at Shorter College. by Miss Faye Wilkerson -
Dean's all be taught
and any one Interested in becom- on the scalp. Come one, come sup-
problems of human relations and Sue Ellen Nobles, Cythis Chand- Hobbs was home
Invitedto students must have earned a Mr. Stanley at West DeFuniak school
ing member is cordially the Squaws.
a port
race inequalities" greeted Chris- ler Sheila Uhllllps. 4th Grade, B higherin weekend visiting his parent June 22.
,attend. grade average of 3. ( ) or & for the building beginning
tian Scientists at their annual Barbecued chicken and drinks Janet Meadows, Jackie Pridgen most divisions (3.25 in the *. Stanley goes back to Troy Walton County Driver TrainingThe

meeting The election in Boston of Edward Monday.Frod- will be furnished by the Camp, tied. Donnie Ann Walker and college of Arts and Science: and to begin working for his MA Chamber of Commerce Driver Training program
Holder.
Martha of Engineering Science, Calendar will be conducted by William
the ladies are asked to bring School Community
erman as the new president of salads and deserts. and 3.5 in the School of Nursing) gree.Mr.. and Mrs. Glen Bishop and June 11 June 18 Trotman. This program will beginon

the"church for the coming year .. -J. A. Childers, SPECIAL NOTICE while carrying 12 or more hours. son Wyn; left last week after June 22 In Room 10 at Walton
His
announced. address to
was : Camp SecretaryMr. On the list from Walton countyare spending several days with her June 15-DeFuniak Lions-7:00.:: high! school.
the gathering described rpirlt- Special called meeting of De- Virginia If. O Htn- Muslo .
: DeFuniak Springs, parents, Mr. and Mrs. June .DeFuniak Eastern Star
ual perception" ns a necessity for Funlak Lodge 170 F&AM. Busi-
Is in of
Judith A. Rivard, Mike DeShong charge
Dannel- Carol Jones. .
and Mrs. Walter -7:30.Klwania12:15.:
meeting today's creat human res ness of the New Lodge Building. Rivard Angela M Sey- ton.Miss will music instructions. This program
C. Mcollough .
ley, Mr. and Mrs. John Creel, to attend Robert Carolyn :
ponsibilities.Mr.. Froderman Is a former Mr. and Mrs. Ed Puckett, Jr., All Brothren Thursday are June requested 11 at 7:30: mour, Vivian King Thayer, Bar- 'leave today for Alabama where .Tayeee.-7:00.: will begin on .June 22. Beginners,
A. Wilkerson; Freeport, her education, 17-Pllot.-12oo. Junior High and Senior instruc-
vice-president of a Chicago bank, and children John and Jan Mrs. bara the will continue .June :
and Miss Shir- p.m. Philip B. Porter. So. Walton Llon7:15.June : tion will be scheduled. A concert:
Howard Anderson at the University.Miss
the
resigning in 1949 to enter Folmar White, W.M. the
at comple-
will be arranged
Wise attended the graduationof will 18 Paxton Ruritan-7:00.:
ley Humphries -
of Christian Rosemary
Johnson Sec'y.Mr.
public practice J. T. ,
Science healing. Miss Virginia Dannelley from Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Spence leave Sunday for a visit In Atlanta DeFuniak Masons-7:30.: tion of the summer Golf program.

Shorter College, Rome, Ca., on spent the weekend in Atlanta
members attended. with relatives.
About 7,000 Gayle Threlkeld as the with their daughter. Mrs. Les'le People interested in this should
May 31.Miss Weather ReportDate
Richardson spent Minister-Advisor to the Planning Smith and family. Mr. Sper.ce returned Mrs. Wm. Schmiedcr Catherine ( sign up at the Gym on Monday

Mrs. EloIse Edwards was in I last weekend Mary In Marianna for the Committee, will participate in the home Sunday while Mrs. Beach) and two children High Low Rain June. 22.

Dothan Thursday, where she met graduation of her two nieces Miss Leadership School as the Bible Spence and Mrs. Smith flew by: Stevie and Karen, of Minot, N. June 3 88 56 Softball

her mother. Mrs. J. B. Southard Macky McCasklll. daughter of Mr. study leader for the Florida Pres- 'Jet' to New York to spend the Dakota, are visiting her parents, 4 92 54 Softball will be played one

returning from Washington and and Mrs. Dexter McCaskill and bytery group. Mrs. Threlkeld and week while there they will attend Mr. and Mrs. Glen Beach. 5 90 63 night each week by'adults.
Virginia where she visited friends. Jeffrey will accompany him to the World's Fall and see some Mr. snd Mrs. Larry Padgett and .6 82 60 2.3ft
Miss Charlene Garraway, daughter -
Mr. J. B. Southard has returned Gainesville.Mr. Broadway shows. Pamela of Danville, Ga., have 7 90 60 .03 Mr. and Mrs. Emery Baker
of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Gar
from a visit with relativesIn : Charlie W. Padgett of Bar- Mrs. Alberta Powell and daughter been visiting relatives the part 8 91) 64 moved this week to Decatur, Alas

Dayton Ohio. raway.Mrs.. R. E. Lee and daughter,i iI tow, Fla.. Is visiting relatives and Tena. are visiting relatives week. I 9) 91) 62 Trace where Mr. Baker has a position

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Peters of Enterprise -' friends In DeFuniak and vicinity. and friends in Eufaula and near Mr. and Mrs. Albin E. Schot- Outlook for Thursday, Isolated Their many friends regret that

FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD Fur- I were visiting here Sun- Mrs. W. Ellis Jones and daughter. Montgomery.Mrs. troff and daughter Rosemary I'afternoon and evening thundershowers Cley' are moving from our town

allure appliances, two bedroom day afternoon with old time Susan of Gainesville arrived M. M. Bannister and Mrs. have recently returned from Ft. otherwise generally fair Miss Hope Rachels of Nashville

house large lot and pick-up frieit'.. M:. Peter's .mother, Mrs. Monday for a visit with Mrs. Lural White were weekend guestof Mamouth, N. J.. and are visiting; and continued hot. High between Teim. spent several days

truck. Ph. TW 4-2791) 307 W.I Lou Peters of Galllpolis, Ohio Jones' grandmother, Mrs. R. N. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Brewer, Mn. Schottroffs parents before I I 85-92 with sunshine 70-80 percent here last week with her parent.,

Park Ave. Itpd aceompenfecl IIMar. Tarranc and other relative. Jr. of .Pensacola. I deserting for Germany. r of the tint*. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rachels.



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Freeport and Portland #: ,. ..:.J") ",

Methodist Church ,. }:-a sx ,,, ?:.'" .
J. D. Renfroe .' ; -: ;. .
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Bruce Methodist: Church 1" J .: ,', .
J J. Snodgrass': :.f:. ._

Alaqua Center Ridge Methodist: '
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J. A. Anthony Jr.

r''n' wts "'" t THE CHURCH FOR AIL . ..
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Darlington Methodist Church ,. -
Rev. C. C. Colvln .' ALL FOR THE CHURCH
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Ponce de Leon Methodist Church I XS SSfr **$
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The Church is the greatest
Rev. C. C. ColviA
rte % i.r *< f*&<***..Ytv >x
factor on earth for the build
DeFuniak Spring First Baptist J Y r as d ing of character and good
Llveoak &: JUeventh: Street h x citizenship. It is a storehouse
W. O. Wlllham, Pastor. A of spiritual values. Without

East Baptist Church 4 $ a strong church, neither,
Richard Bloodworth Pastor .,, r x. a i '; ; democracy nor civilization
1 can survive. There are four I
Baldwin Avenue Baptist Church ,-s 'S'J I sound reasons why every
W. Baldwin Avenue i> 1, y f' person should attend services
Rev. Wilbur F. Cotton, Pastor A 4 i.. f y),. : a regularly and support the

Northslde Baptist Church a % gyp> wi-s fek x church. They are: ((1)) For his ,
Rev Glen byeace 1, _"xza. i.'. 'A ><' s own sake ((2)) For his chile
: ; : yq'N ; a '>.: dren's sake. ((3)) For the sake
Gaskin First Baptist Church ', .;Jai , of his community and nation.
L. G. Johnson, Pastor ;' ': M ?', ((4)) For the sake of the church

,,. a % ,.; itself, which needs his moral
Freeport Baptist Church ;* "": ''
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W. L. Clark, Pastor o <' R.? ua to go to church regularly ...

and read your Bible daily.
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Friendship Baptist Church a
C. Lester Pastor
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Rev. Tucker Aplin \

Glendale Baptist Church !Q ; :1e r ,
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J. B. Birmingham, Pastor "


Lime' Stone Baptist Church ;
Rev. Cony Black Pastor ,
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New Harmony Baptist ChuoreT t x ... _.": ,,, _
Rev. Kenneth Klcklighter '. ti t c.j'{1 ,,,t,

i Oak Grove Baptist Church j x t "_
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Kenneth Wadle Pastor R a' ; i ''
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Paxtou Baptist Church : .t t a "
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Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church t a j ( .i Vo"
Rev. James Kinchin \ ., I
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Pleasant Grove Baptist Church ,
Freeman Smith Pastor 'i !; "
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Red Bay Baptist Church -' 1 y \ #
Rev. T. R. Padgett <' : 1 h.3t d
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Southwide B ptlst Chunk \a : Copyright 1964, Keiater AJvertuing Service, Ine, btrosburg.Va. A

Rev. Ivan Martin .'
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday SaturdayRobert .
Gay Creek Baptist Chunk I Samuel I Kings Psalms lsalahIsaiah Matthew Galatlans "
Knox, PPastor, 1:3-18 8:54-61: 4:1-8 26:1-9: 57:14-21: 17:14-21: 3:23-29

Clear Springs Baptist Chunk
Rev. J. L. Harris '


t'. Darlington. Aubrey Baptist Todd ChurehRev. These, Religious Messag are Bemo Published fldt Week,. in the Def niak Herald Sponsored;; .

":" Liberty Assembly elf OM ca.nIi::

} ,.,. J. W. SlngletaryChildren's by Following Interested Individuals 1ll -'
and Establishments
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},i : Paxtoa. A. Whltaker Asesmbly e* OdW. .Veteran's GasCompany Fisher Hardware Co. Fisher's Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M. Prescott ;

S!t. West Lad A GOOD HARDWARE STORE '
Assembly e< Owl PLUMBING HEATING "" 01'
, Gary Richards "IF IT BURNS OA8-CALL US" _, o .
711 LIVE OAK AVE. A. B. Covell = 7 7I
Piggly Wiggly
4: Cluster Springs Baptist Church King: & Co. ..1' t' ;
..,. II Harold Smith, Pastor FORD CAIN'S .5 TI. ORIGINAL ...If."rvloe.CONTRACTOR. '_ .. I
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: ( Mossy Head Baptist Misslosft Rivard Chevrolet'Company of .:' .
Floyd Garrett PastorArgyle Standard StationQA8 .
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Peoples Water Service -
OIL Daaley I Furniture Co. Comander Funeral -.
., ;. Baptist Mission WASHING -
.I' firT; O.REA8INQGof Company. ; ',-
t" : Rev. Lee King Creel Ford Co. Home
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: OF COASTAL FLORIDA
!'w .' ,:' \ : Lake Stanley Baptist Chi, ,. Fs Ready'To MERCER COMANDER_ L. F. D. '
.; ,, Rev. Harold R. Padgett Choctawhatchee "' "
. Ifl"-, "" .". L,1.' :! wear Store .. "
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Cooperative f.
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Henry ,
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b:""'r \ :'J" I' Pleasant Valley Baptist Church "GET MORE OUT OP' LIFE Store .., p
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4 .s.'* p' :.. ,. '' X. R. Padgett.., Pastor Western Auto GO OUT TO A MOVIE" YOUR PURINA DEALER Inc.
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ri"-'' YOU ENJOY BETTER LlVINoJ. --
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,;J.: . EASIER LIVING. WHEN YOU'
' llto \\ .th Street The DeFuniak Herald Fit National Bank Moore Furniture Co. LIVE .ELECTRICALLY ,
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.. /OLtt&lE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY D.FUN1AK SPRINGS. FLORIDA THURSDAY. JUNE 11. 199 r
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BIRTHDAY INVITATION Mr.\ George Campbell pent Friday Mr. and Mrs. Lyle GriswoM and I
In Pensacola. t Mrs. J. E. Wooten spent Friday" ,
All friends and relatives are Miss Gail Alford is spending six in Pensacola.
invited to a birthday dinner fo weeks at home with her parents County AcnfB Note i.
James (Jim) Pitts, at his homeat during semester break at Troy I It7 -
Piney Point June 14. State College. D
Harrison UP TO THE
Mrs. Maxwell McKee spent Oscar /
SHELLY R. DURDEN Tech- Thursday in Fort Walton. I
nical Sergeant Shelly R. Durden, Mrs. Glen Chesser and son, U.l.rlda -
son of Mr. and Mrs. Shelly Dur- Jeffery spent the weekend in FJ th
den of Rt. 3, DeFunlak Springs, Hartford Ala., with her parentsMr. 2m1 *SimJS*
arrived for duty with a unit of and Mrs. E. E. Durden.Mr. .
the Pacific Air Forces at Osan Glen Chesser spent last "' Af r.uM.irl Bte_Uit **rvn lee 4 White Elephant AuctionDo
AB, Korea recently. week in Gainesville on business. W.rt. c.."." Board of CMmnttrmt_.*. M..ttwa '

Sergeant Durden, an aircraft Mrs. T. J. Reardon Is spendingthis -,. ... I
maintenance technician, previously week in Miami attending ..r I'HT
have to raise funds for something?
served at Mioody AFB Ga. His meeting of the Child Care Com SOYBEAN PLANTING TIME HOG BUSINESS UP you or your group I
Don't groan Just hind the fun in fund raising by puttingon \
new unit supports the PACAF mittee. Number one hogs brought fifteen a White Elephant Auction. You can't beat this for
mission of providing airpowerfor Mr- and Mrs. Pugh Holland Yes its soybean planting time cents at Paxton last week. Good laughs and you'll be surprised when, you count up the
defense of the U. S. and its anal daughter Kitty of Crestview in Watlon county. Research has feeders still bring good money to returns.
aWes in the Pacific area. The were visitors in DeFuniak Tues- been shown beyond a doubt that farmers. Good breeding stock is All you have to cTo fa ask each of your guests to bring
FROM '
sergeant's wife Sylvia is the day.. soybeans produce their best, a must in making money with a bird"Whita cage, Elephant"beach umbrella for sale last-year.pring an old-fashioned hat -lamp you,. THE
daughter of Mrs. Ola A. Hughes, Miss Margaret Murphree of yields in Walton county and hogs. namo Itl I The moro laughs it-. good for when put on the
Rt. 2. DeFunlak Springs.J. Gainesville, spent the weekend West Florida when planted be- block the b<-tter.
here with Miss Hazel Campbell. tween the dates of May 14, and WHITE FRINGED BEETLES Then get the wittiest most talkative person you bow to ., st )
June 1. Best varieties are: Lee White fringed beetles have been act as auctioneer. Pound the gavel and,away you gotThis !
makes for thirsty and hungry gurata. So. treat the
Jackson Bienville Hampton and discovered on several farms northof bidders to Apple-Lime Coolers. (For each Cooler pour 1 GET YOURS IN NOW
Ornamental IronworkShop Stuart. They mature in the order Darlington. These beetles are teaspoon lime juice and J/4 cup apple juice over Ice rubes FOR A FULL, MONTHOFOURIUGIIRETURNs.
listed here. Lee Is the earliest and most difficult to control. Dield- in a tall glass. Slowly add one (7 ounce) bottle of 7Up.
Located At Gaskin Stuart the latest maturing variety. rln is the best Insecticide for con- Garnish with a slice of lime.) Pats around a basket of hot .
I rol of these beetles. It gives you Parmesan French Fries with a bowl of Zippy Dip. 1
A 40 bushel crop of soybeanswill another choice in addition to .
,
Parmesan French frt tclth Zippy Dip JoPER
remove 400 pounds of super Chlordane and' DDT.
phosphate and 70 y cup flourteaspoon ANNUM
pounds of
V. LAWSON. OWNER potash per acre. If the soil is Broadcast 1% pounds of actual }4 chill powders "
teaspoon
acid-below a pH of 6.0 soybeans dIeldrin per acre. Apply with a pepper First Federal
WED.THURS.FRI.l.af11613L'Sti just won't produce their best even hand seeder. :2.botr(70unooseacb)) 7-up r
II if you do apply the superphos- Fertilizer with dieldrIn added 2; teaspoons Worcestershire sauce Savings & Loan !'
1 chili
phate.and potash. A soil test is therein. cup sauce
r most important to find out how Combine' first four Ingredients In saucepan. Nelson Phone
hlllbillll'Oddld to properly fertilize your soy- Dieldrin when applied in your Slowly add 1 7-Up, stirring' until smooth.Add Av. T\V 4-2321
beans. Tests also show that beansdo fertilizer will also control wireworms remaining ingredients, Blending well.
elvx'I A better when the fertilizer is cutworms bud worms Cook about 8 minutes stirring constantly. VINtiat
banded rather than lesser borer and Serve hot. Make 2/i cups sauce. I
root
11411 applied corn corn .1
For l'armt>san French Fries '
broadcast.Miss worms. French fries according to package directions.'J'J-.. i
All Work Guaranteed
1Mo Before serving, sprinkle With Parmesan d'n
Regina Williams of Sonny Yates of the Universityof cheese.
Campbell WeldingRt. urn University is visiting Houston Is visiting his par- 0_
AUb-j I
parents Dr. and Mrs. C. L. entts Mr. and Mrs. Everette Yates :

8, Box 143, DeFunlak Springs, liams. this week. I .
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DOUBLE SATURDAY FEATURE t II 0 uR.K Escape from the ordinary...





1 OA By: M. "Buddy" Warren - - :


I No disease comes to mind -
ROWUNDS clomlI5NMS that creates the horror and
.COLOR stigma of Hansen's disease
(leprosy). For centuries lep-
-PLUS- ers were considered unclean
and cursed by God. In the I
THE Middle Ages sufferers of this
disease were outcasts from
CAPTAIN'S social contact and declared. I
legally dead. In fact, at one
TABLEIn time in history it was the
leper's lot to wander hope-
Color lessly, hooded, and carryinga
Filled with Laughter bell to warn of his ap-

proach.In f
time, however it was
SUN.-MON.-TUES. learned that the disease posed '"-
extremely little danger of
communication and the possibility led"Z:
.f of arrest and cure 4r
offers more encouragementtoday
than at any time in

centuries. w
Supposing Just supposingyou
had lived. centuries ago
and couldn't run down to
tr Service Drug Company for _
the prescriptions which pro-
vide you so much comfort
and relief. Prescriptions area
I specialty at Service Drug

Company. -Try us. /

This week's Household hint: > sSYsr
Cleaning out your refriger- mar/
tor? Give it a fresh clean
odor by rinsing out with
A ._ lemon juice and water.






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Lmm -PUBIJSIIED EVERY THURSDAY DeFDNIAK SPIUNG& FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE II, 19C4it ( _


THE DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined us so easily as when we have oeqsed<. to* de? !Drifting[ Cargo-YOU.
sire them. Better pick "up that
Sturdy paddle g an4
with TIlE BREEZE Down life's swollen streamI
And some of us can be fooled. a lot easier, I. am slowly drifting, And, dip Into the rippling
blue
Del<'Unlak Springs, Florida Waters so
than we can fool others. ',Floating on in my Friends
But for me, (/Zasodaxecamme/!
Published Every Thursday at Fragile canoe, Please remember
DeFunlak Springs, Florida What wives don't tell their husbands and But, friends have you begun That where you may land

Completely Coven Walton County Trading Area what husbands' don't tell their wives would Your drifting Your fragile craft,
If not, let me tell one
be Depends upon your own
not
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico printable. Thing to you. Efforts and YOU. #%

Second-Class Postage Paid Most of us get what is coming to us, but You had better steer your
H, C. STORKS, Publisher 1924-1963 often what we get isn't just what we ex- Little craft Mrs. Glen Chesser has as hei ra
HOWARD STORRS, Editor, Publisher On a course straight and guest this week her sitter, Fred
pect.A ct.A Ever true Durden of Hartford. Ala.
SUBSCRIPTION: good companion is somebody who suits And f Just remember the one Mrs. T. J. Reardon is attending
Walton and Adjoining Co tJea$3.po Per Yea It is transporting the child Welfare League I ir As we head into warmer weather you'll
your mood, and says! and thinks as you do, Is a very Important Miami This week really enjoy the better living that can be .
Other J--: ._-_.._.?-----T?--...-.-...--$*.30: Per Year '
male or female: yours with new modern General Electric; ;
When a bore listens, he ceases. to become Appliances. The General Electric Appliance : .."'"
Bible Ver -e' guarantees modern conveniences that can't.. hw" .
a bore to you, and you probably become a
And the people said unto Joshua, The bore to him. II ranges be surpassed that make- smart-looking cooking so much automatic easier, ;.. ,:;i":.

Lord our God we will serve, and his voice In life, as in fiction, we all look forward with kitchens that stay cool. The place to "
will we obey.-Joshua 21:25oQo : see t them is FISHER; HARDWARE: COM.*-'*-
turns to a happy out otherwise.ending, and are resentful' if It !:! /ItPJfI PANY.

When God at first made Man, It's impossible'to dislike some people andI
.. .
.. Practically would prefer to drivea
Having a glass of blessings standing by; everyone
wish I were 'one of them.
brand if at all possible. Even if
new car
Let us (said He) pour on him all we can: If the owners of the stock market ad- you feel you can't afford a new car, you

Let the world's riches, which dispersed lie, visory services were really smart, they WITH Aft am can still drive a car: that looks and performs
into like new, if purchase it at RIVARU
Contract a span. you
would be rich and contemptuous, instead of
SET 6" CHEVROLET CO., There you can choose
So strength first made a way; begging me to take a trial subscription at BRIDAL "" .i I. from a wonderful selection of cars that have
Then beauty flowed, then wisdom, honour, ten bucks for three months. b 1. from been completely reconditioned inside and
pleasure: ,-** out. They are real: beauties.
When some men insist that everything 1 Is
When almost all was out God made a stay, splendidly
going along you're sure they'r. RHODESSee
Perceiving that alone, of all His treasure, concealing something ugly. I don't know about your home but mine
nest in the bottom lay. is always in need of some type of repair. ;,- ?::
If it's real fun it's
usually inexpensive : ,
Give home fresh look _
I ; your a new no matter -
For if I should (said He) The surest to acquire good will is to
way how old it is. It's merely a matter of
Bestow this jewel also on my creature, do good work.Isn't repairs. When you make home repairs It..
He would adore my gifts instead of me, helps to I keep the value of your: home. And .' ,

And rest in Nature, riot the God of Nature: O' r selection of f' FIRSTneed to worry about the money
that 1 1Ve included
(splendid oijly a for lend \
BANK, can you j" r
end women'swatches ;
.men 8 ( ;;
_So both would losers be. sampling from one issue. We omitted 'several before you I the money. *

Yet let him keep the rest; longer items. We find it totally impossible Dlrtl1daanniversaries buy. 1-

But keep them with repining restlessness' : to write anything like this, and, the andIt.duation; gifts. s s Summer, the time for beauty . and
Let him be rich and that at least right now when it/s most welcome you, can
weary, of is that we can't think of
reason, course, splurge on Revlon world famous I beauty
If goodness lead him not, yet wearinessMy the things to say but we suspect, too, that Rhodes Jewelers :? products that are beyond compare. Solid
toss him to my breast. putting them in their final form is as muchan colognes and fragrances; are ideal in sum
+ a mertime. You will find these and many
-George Herbert ;* Ui Bftj-eet
art as writing a sonnet. '" others at SERVICE DRUG CO. including
--00o- -. ----oOo : lotions that promote delightful golden tan

Amazing! .--. |1.-1| We Need 90 and 331 Four-Laned .. .. .. without peeling. -

Several trade magazines come to our In regard to the discussion that has come -- .
-- --- - -- --- As fashion breaks into print this spring,
desk each month and of them is far
one so about the desirability of pushing In-
up the girl or women who sews has. more than
above the others we thought it would be terstate 10 or having U. S. 90 four-laned we 'ever, the edge on her nonsewing sisters..; q "
good to share it with our readers. the desirability of-of haying She can choose the patterned fabric that's .
want to point'out 24 HourDEPOSIT exactly the right scale and the most becoming ' '
The whole magazine is the work of one U. S. 331 four-laned through here, too. color combination for her.' If you "wi.

man William Feathers-and how he can A tremendous amount of travel, a great part have purchased a Wizard Zig Zag Sewing '
Machine you can sew like a professionl . '!!:{'\< i'
keep it up month after month and year after of it from: Alabama, travels to and from SERVICE at WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE.If ._ rtw '
year i is completely beyond us. One our fine beaches in this and adjacent coun-

single issue of it would be an achievement, ties, is handled by this highway, and we<
you are planning a party or dinner in
indeed. To give credit to him and the maga- would certainly like to see this improvement the near future decorate with flowers that

zine, it is "The Imperial Magazine" and we carried out. A wide right of way already exists w .lend a gala atmosphere, to even the /simplestgathering
doubt that many of our readers would be the surface is getting in sort of bad NIGHT'DEPOSitORY ,. and send guests off remembering

interested in their product, as it is metal shape. and although the road department Use'ouif'coli venie t envelope drop. it most as really dramatic a special effect allair.ou if there's will a elation get the

for typesetting machines and ,related pro- has told us there is not enough traffic on the '. .; .,... between flowers and the occasion. Consult

ducts. Here are just a few of the thoughtsMr. highway to consider the four-lane improve- No key is necessary. Deposit suppliesare MCLEAN FLORIST.

\ Feathers came up with in the latest ment, we have hopes that perhaps it can be
magazine. We hope he keeps them up for done in the near- future. furnished and, your receipt will SPECIAL NOTE TO YOUNG TEENS:

many happy' years: We are no highway expert, as anyone be mailed. the, followingday.: new For the fashions summer from of your the selection young life of, choose Value "':..'.,.. ''

Whatever the daily starting hour would agree, but we do feel that the four- Priced! collections on display at CARl>":; :;:;:..
may lane improvement on 90 would do us a lot There's everything you may want in new,4:. "" .
be, it's too early for comfort, in my exper- more good than the early construction of BANKBYMAILAsk ; $ outfits. You can get the perfect casuals that ..to \t" ,
ience and opinion. are as good as money in the, bank . and ,,1t.,-4.
like to the improvement -
1-10. We would see better. t"f..
Some of us expect the impossible and on U. S. 90 carried out before 1-10 in built us for free, bank-by-mail? envelopes. w. v:

when we get it, grumble about the taxes.If through here.Congressman. Every mail box is a;. teller's window.CAWTHOH : I doubt if mny of the men actually realize

you're sorry to come to the end of the Sikes' position is made clearin that the satisfaction.. of a good meal at the
book or see the television program run out his weekly newsletter dated May 26, in end of a hard day was' actually caused by

of time, you're been well entertained regardless which he stated, "Your Congressman has Butane knows and Propane the> gas. The smart housewife -
d advantage of cooking with
of ratings or best-seller reports. taken the position that improvements to gt Butane and Propane gas for she can always
People' have quit struggling for an exist- Highways 90 and"98 with by-passes at con- STATE BANK q." have her meals redy on time and prepared

ence; the struggle now is to keep up with gested traffic points will be more valuableto DeFUNIAK SPRINGS; FLA. )' with the GAS greatest CO. of ease. Call WEST. FLORIDA

the automobile and gadget payments. Northwest Florida than Interstate 10. The

Every household thinks it needs an extra decision, however, is one to be made by the Member:: Most Tire Recappers use basically the

room, costing about $-10 a month, in whichto incoming State Administration,. and First Federal Deposit Insurance.,_ _,. _, Corp. same methods in tneir processes. However,
it is the quality and'amount of materials :
store empty pop bottles worth 2c each, District residents will do well to achieve a -' .. ----.. --- --. -- that go into tins process that determines m
old magazines, discarded light bulbs, and concerted viewpoint on the course to be fol- ii the quality of recap job you will. receive :

broken phonograph records. lowed." . . .." Low price recaps normally have a poorer;; = or f ': .
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Money may not bring happiness' but it This sounds logical to us, and we certainly - lesser counterparts.amount of material than the higher :;I'
price Safety'recapped Sake be
s
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brings such a good imitation that it is think the residents of the area ought to -- --- '-- .. sure to have your tiresFor by some

... often hard to tell it from the real thing.If get together, as he says, and work. togetherfor one like WHEAT TIRE SERVICE

she can walk to the car, any woman of the_ best for all of us. EVEKTHE. SESTMQWpf
I know yqu will enjoy doing business with
any age, even a hundred, will accept invitation oOo /"
any " HAN/WSERS/ NEED RAINBOW- ELECTRONICS: ; INC. for here
for lunch or dinner. An Interesting PhenomenonThe W 1 you are served by TV specialists who know
Unless the other woman is twice as beau- bitter quarrels and in-fighting that how to locate your set troubles quickly and
R kL 4 QANSa I.' accurately . and will make repairs you
wife half members of the Republicanseems "
tiful and wife's
as your your age goes on among can depend on. They charge fair and reasonable
don't tell your wife that she (your wife) most interesting to us.' The Demo- C prices and perform only necessary

looks like her (the other woman). crats have certainly had their differences, work. They use only quality parts and give,

One nice thing about close buyers is that and the struggle between John F. Kennedyand you ahead an with accurate any cost repair estimate job.I before going

they're usually good pay. Lyndon D. Johnson for the top spot on

A small child yearns for security and so the ticket at the last Democratic national l a'C think that almost every family likes to
does his father, and the father of his father, convention was quite a thing, but Mr.: John- $ y ; go out for dinner ever so often. It means
a pleasant .
change especially for the
R
and the great-grandpa. son accepted the vice-presidential nomination housewife who regularly has to plan and .".

The main reason why women 'live longer whe he found he couldn't get the other. COOK, prepre and serve meals three times (-.-...:

than men is that they don't choose to die. The Democrats will put. the. party" above personal afford a day. to And take don't you use out"the because excuse the, "I can'tl i 'ilj; : t

Sometimes I wonder if people, especially differences re always reasonable at MOM AND DAD'prices.'s;!, {: :-.l
women, have forgotten how to walk. On the But it seems to us, looking at it from & UESTAUUANT. -MFather's <->___

downtown streets where I do a daily trek, the outside: that Republicans 'would rather Unforeseen expense;can! disrupt the.p'ans.e.nd:

I am blocked and shoved twenty, times.. fight each other than Democrats--some- budgets of the best monomanagers.\ Increased gift I know Day had calls will for a really superior of
There are several bus stops and crossings. thing Mr. Godwater has be n complaining l i of appreciate a pair
, : shoes
faxes, family: !' emergencies,. cjveq sudden r.Vi.nIans from MILLER'S TH,
Many of the people make sudden, decisions. for some months. And whole Mr. Rockfel- I ,,' 9 FAMILY SHu TUKtt and you'll prove to
personal opportunities overtax one'scash '
The main trouble, however, it that they, of- ler's crack about the meandering stream of can Dad how much you appreciate him. Don't
been fun- reserve. That's when YOU( need a low-cost worry about his size, lor they have a way
ten can't decide. They seem to have a few Goldwater philosophy may have jf taking of
care his choice
dollars which might be spent for a soda, a ny, it wasn't calculated to bring about any Bank Personal Loan' Nyil'l:, cuick: service, easy- Y. ...of style too. You will seethe exact typeof

pair of nylons, movie, a bottle of perfume, sort of harmony, and of course he was well .repay tem':. STop 1 i' ''us your nerd! shoes that Dad will prefer.

a hamburger, a corn cure or a taxi home. aware of this. I

This reminds me of those days of long ago _._--oOo IIENIO-QUALITY! These two words

when a kid with a' penny would stare Summer begins June 21 and brings withit THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKMember pend hand on in first hand quality because when you can select always
you
through the glass of the showcase' for ten the special hazards of the vacation sea iresh poultry and eggs at your

** 'minutes before giving, up his copper. son. Be sure careful on the highways and I I grocer For over a quarter of a century gOIl

..,:One 'of' the bitterest things of life lies use special care with boat andon, the :water. : FederaJ: Degoflt' In anjice.,Corporation I been makers supplying of these the two poultry fine products needs of

..)nilti. ..discovery? that things never come to Extra care can save lives .in Walton county. people in this area.'ic .
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., Mis Wanda Gatlin of Bar Brunch and Kitchen THE DISCOUNT CENTER I
aura
I vIDe, Ky: is here for a few Shower We now have dacron and cotton
I ; M visit with her family before going Miss Judith Ann Rivard was seersucker, 43 in. width. 'Knit
SOCIAL I ACTIVITIES ttI to Florida State UniversityMiss guest of honor at a brunch and I shirts and short sets for girls.

.u A start work on her kitchen shower at the home of New pedal pusher set for ladles.
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Gatlin is an instructor in a Junior Mrs. Gid Morris in Geneva, Ala., Thick cotton training pants at a
Rahardt-DeRolf Engagement SUPPER PARTYA college in Barbourville. i Tuesday, May 26. Other hostesseswere real buy. New lines of ladles

Announced Mrs. E. R, Griswold, Mrs. W. Mrs. J. E. Johnson, Mrs. blouses at a real buy. Baby doll
supper party Saturday, Ma/ and Mrs. M. R. McKenzie -I Ceil Johnson and Mrs. Al Buch- pajamas for ladies. Expecting new
Maxwell
Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Rahardt 23, honoring Judith Rivard and R. of Montgomery spent insky. material in this week. Come on

announce the engagement and approaching I Johnny Harris was given by Mr. and Friday here as i About' SO guests were presentfor by and shop around In cool com-
marriage of their dau- and Mrs. D. II. Morris III and Thursday of the Lyle the eleven o' lock brunch fort. Nice stripe shirts that would

r.hter Ruth, to William Harry Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Denson guests for Pam's GriSWOldS'j served buffet style. The table make nice graduation gifts and

DeRolf, son of Mrs. Win. DeRolf Smith in Geneva, Ala. The'couple) jJ They came was beautifully decorated with a lots of other things that would be
Thursday.Mrs.
and the late Mr. Wm. DeRolf,. will be married on June 13. on centerpiece of wedding bells and teal nice for gifts. We now havea
and children -
The wedding will take place at A buffet supper was served.A George Fulton gardenias reflected in a footed seamstress who will pick up
of Atlanta,
6:30: p.m., July 11, in the Lutheran bridal theme of pink and Faye and Tom circular mirror. work on Monday-fit garments

Church of the Good. Shepherdof white was used on the serving spent last week here with her On the enclosed porch where Wednesday and bring finished
1 Brown.
Shalimar, Fla. table. The centerpicc was pink ii 7 i'r mother, Mrs. Johnnie individual tables were set up were work Friday. We appreciate your '

carnations and white candles. f'3d .- Mr: and Mrs. Harlan Mann of lovely arrangements of yellow patronage. Remember right behind -

The guests included Mrs. Ad- v New Port, Term., and Mr. Roy glads and white lilies. The bride- Owen's Motel. Itchg
Mrs. R. C. Blue and father, Armand Riv- of Oakrldge Term., are
rein Rviard, Mrs. McHenry elect was seated with her mother,
Mr. A. II. Bean left Tuesday for ard, Mr. Robert Rivard, Miss houseguest of :M>. and Mrs.. Jim Mr. Harris' mother, and mem- WANTED: HAY Baling, mow

Birmingham. Mrs.. Blue will con- Brenda Jones, Miss Cathy Camp- Carson of Inlet Beach this week. bers of the wedding party at a ing or raking. Call Morse Glen-

tinue to Dayton, Ohio for a visit. bell, Mr. Chip Traynor, Mr. and k. Dr. H. S. Wfgodsky and. son circular table centered with an dale 859-2262: preferably early

Mr. Ty Fleming, Jr. and Mr. Mrs. John McCaskil. ., John of San Antonio, Tex.,' spent arrangement which featured a morning or evening. 6lltfchgFOR :

Robert Fleming ere\ visiting their Others present were Capt. and the first of week in DeFuniaken bride doll. RENT: THREE BEDroom

grandparents, Mr and Mrs. R. II, Mrs. Richard Daum. Ft. Rucker; business and pleasure.Mrs. Gifts were displayed surrounding house. See Mr. or Mrs. Hugh

Pippin in Panama City this week Miss Faye Averett, Enterprise; Bill Murray and son, Burton I a paper doll, an image of Miss Adams, Ph. TW 4-4011. 6lltfchg:
Mr. Rob Blue left Sunday to Ellis Wise, Samson, Miss Lucy kx.&aa&k of Pensacola spent the week- Rivard, which was dressed as a
Weeks Enterprise; Tom Sayres,, end here with her mother, Mrs. bride. FOR SALE: CHEST TYPE deep
continue his studies ot University -
Enterprise. Mr and Mrs. Charles M. O. Warren. Coffee and Dessert freeze, 22 ft. Good condition.
of Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boscn- Turner, Bobby Harris, Bill Mor- Mrs Carolyn Melvin of Tampa I Following the brunch, guests Cash price. $200.00. Ph. TW

berg and daughter Nancy of At- ris, Miss Elaine Evans, Florala; ti:2 spent last week here with Mrs. from DeFuniak, and the familiesof 6-9461. George Cawthon. Itpd
Mrs. D. H. Morris, Jr.; Mr. and Nettie Daughtry. the
couple invited
were to the
more Ala., spent the weekend Mrs. John Harris, Jr.; Mr. and Miss Jean Cates of Atlanta, home of Mrs. O. L. Plttman for CAS FOR LATE MODELcars
with his father Mr. C. F. Bosen-
1' 1958 models
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Mrs. Ab Bryant. ;' + Ga., was the weekend guest of coffee and dessert. up. Buying for
berg. The honorees were presented Mrs. Johnnie Brown. Eastern and Miami markets. If

Dan Henderson who attends the with a gift of silver. 1"" Mrs. M. O. Warren, Miss Karen Rev. you have a used car to sell, call
and Mrs.
y. David Maxwelland
of Tennessee, is spend-I .
University
: James Hussey. TE 6-2271-3
f l,1t': Warren and Mr. Curtis Warren ajn.
ing this week with his parents, ? > / t daughter, Cincl of Hickory, till 1:30
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Accepted At Gulf Park ",:' & .. .t',# _. ere attending the World's Fair N. C., left last week after vaca- pjix. 1231pd:
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Henderson. .. ., a
!.S'.a'axF --w. s ma. v..uarwnwcmwaJ.rvw-
Miss Joan Humphries, a recent College K iIYM riWWd; r and other points of interest in tion here with her parents, Mr. FROM FAMED ENGLAND, the)
graduate of the University of g I New York this week. and Mrs. Obie Gatlin Sr. They greatest gardening nation on

Southern Mississippi, is spendingthe Miss Barbara Jones has been I Mrs. C. W. Pollard is spendinghis spent some time at the beach earth, comes a fantastic discoveryStreeter's -
accepted for enrollment at Gulf week in Birmingham, Ala. while here.
Magic .
summer with her parents Gulf port. Miss. for An archway of Magnolia flow- 'sister, and the bridesmaid escort,' Mrs. Tom Andrews had as her Growth Pellets
Park College, Mrs. Robert I. Withey and developed by Fred Streeter
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Iiumphrle. winner
ers and leaves, surrounded by Ray Kelly brother of the bride.
Friday her sister and family
1964. guest
September, children were of than
Mr. and Mrs. Colen Gunn and Sunday guest of more 100 gold medals
pine trees [in the background Bridegroom chose his best
month ; enhanced as Bob of
this Mr. and Mrs. Love
Barbara graduated her
family from Gainesville, attended parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex plus the Victoria Medal for his
homecoming at the Valley Church from Waton High School. In high the interior of the Indian man, Jerry Meacham. Acting as Macon, Ga. Caswell. achlvement in horticulture. You

this past Sunday.Mr. school she has been a representative Creek Baptist Church May 15, at ushers were Lamar Bryan and., e Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jacobs Mrs. Alma Hinote of Montgomery can create super flowers and
to the Student Council sec- 8 pjn. when the ceremony was Keneth Infinger. i and children are vacationing in is here this
and Mrs. E. L. Bowers of week to spend vegetables the envy of your
Pensacola, are spending this week retary of the Senior Class, and a performed Joining In' marriage A program of nuptial music was, Okalahoma this week. some time with her parents, Mr. neighbors. Over 70,000,000 magic
Miss Louise Kelly and Robert E. rendered by Jim Griffith vocalist Mrs.
cheerleader.Mrs. Mr. and Bartow Williams find Mrs.
with Mr. Bower's parents, Mr. George Blake. pellets sold in England every
Morris. The rites were performedby and Brenda Simmon, pianist. Thbride's e and Linda and Irvin
daughter Mr.
and Mrs. J. Wilson Bowers. and Mrs. Bob Mead and week. In short supply at present.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Andersonand Elizabeth C. Paderick and Rev. Glen W. Spence. The selections included "Whl- Clark of Chattahoochee spent lat! sons Rocky and Michael, left Fri Contact Frank W. Peterson, Highway -
bride is the of Rev. and ther Thou Goest" and "Because'A .
daughter
daughter and Miss Maybellean Mr. and Mrs. John W Stiegel of weekend with Mr. and Mrs. day for a week's visit with relatives 90 West or call TW 4-5809.
dSarah Anderson all of Crest- Jacksonville have returned home Mrs. Wilbur Kelly. The bride- reception followed immediately James Carson of Inlet Beach. in Chicago. Your local distributor.

view, attended homecoming at the after visiting Mrs. W. I. Stinson, groom is the son of Mrs. Mercia I at the home of the bride's par Mr. and Mrs.: John Sims and

Valley Church Sunday. Sr., and Mr. and Mrs.' Howard Morris of Bartow. Fla. ents.Many family are visiting his parents, CLEAN CARPETS WITlH OUR UNCLAIMED REPAIRS: WE
Miss Gloria Stafford of Miami, L. Cawthon. Mrs. Paderick and Given in marriage by her friends and relativeswere Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Sim Carpet Shampooer FREE, with have three Singer Sewing Mach-

arrived Monday and will be employed Mrs. Stiegel are sisters of Mrs. father, the bride was gowned ina present to give the couple Miss .Pat Goff o' Fort Walton purchase of Blue Lustre shampoo. ines that were unclaimed. Pay
in the District Office of Cawthon. creation of white silk, covered their best wishes. Out of town Eeach, spent the weekend herewith Fisher Hardware Co. repair bill 1463. These mach-

the Department of Public Wel- Mises Flora Douglass McLean with embroidery taffeta, featuring guests included: Mrs. Mercia her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ines are in excellent shape. Write
a scooped neckline with long Morris Margaret Morris, Ester FOR SALE: THREE BEDROOM Service
fare for the summer month3. and Eloise Tervin had as guest J. B. Goff. home Manager Vogue Sewing;
Mr.: and Mrs. E. W. Sellars and over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. pointed fingertip sleeves, a small Faye Morris, Erlene Morris, Jerry Mr. Clyde Newton of Troy with Central Air Conditioning Center 404 E. Wright St.. Pen-

of Pensacola,, came over Harry Clardy of Talladega, Ala. chapel train. Her hadpiece was Meacham, Barbara Samples, all State, !is spending the summerhere and heat. Two baths hardwood I sacola, Fla. 5.28-7:16chgr: : :
tons for Miss Pam GrIswold's They attended homecoming at the of pillbox style with shoulder of Bartow. Mr. and Mrs. Millard with his mother. flooring, outside brick veneer
Thursday Valley Church on Sunday.father's length veil. Kilpatrick, Linda and Richard Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey and finish. Owner moving, will 1 SPECIALS
graduation. The brides attendants were: Kipatrick of Pensacola. Mrs. daughter Teresa of Montgomery sell for small equity, take up Cold Waves $6.50 and up
Maid of Lunette Joseph Parker of Donalsonville payments. Contact Milton Smith Hair Cuts 1.00
Honor Kelly, spent the weekend with Mr :and:
I sister of the bride, bridesmaidwas Ga., and Mrs. Marjorie DeLash- Mrs. Lyle Griswold. 107 Oaklawn Square, or call TW) Elizabeth's Beauty Salon

Margaret Morris, the groom's mutt of La Grande, Oregon. Mrs. BU1 Decker and children 6-3276. 6lltfchgMARY'S : Two operators to serve you.

d. day. Mrs. Clarence Hannah and eon, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Fuqua hadas of Pensacola relatives., spent Saturday herewith the Circle Drive BEAUTY in SHOP ON Carolyn Elizabeth Schottroff Winslett

..every .. Andy of Pensacola, were here their guest this week their son, Mrs. John Wooten, Miss Hazel be closed from June Freeport will I Downtown-5th & Baldwin
Thursday for the graduation of I Joe Dan from Helena, ontana. Campbell and Miss: Flora D. Mc through June 27 22. 1964 Home Phone TE 6-2543
1964.
It will 1 Phone TW 6-3141
Mrs. Hannah's sister Miss Ros- Their 2:6tfchg:
,., daughter Peggy returned Lean visited relatives and friendsin be open on June 29, 1964 for
etta McDanlel. to Helena with him. Greenville, Ala. Tuesday. regular service. ATTENTION
s Please call for : LOGGERS AND
I buyLB.YDi your appointments and your pat- timber owners. We pay the top-
icnage will be appreciated. prices for hardwood logs and
i Ir 6:11,18pd: timber. Free estimates. JACKSON.
_ y ( c4 __ I VENEER CO. INC. Laurel Hill
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F ; FOR RENT: COTTAGE Gray Fla. Phone 2195 days, or Loafs'
.;: i qy: ton Beach.
t; w4 1 come by home Write after P. O. Box 5 or, Lowery, 4-3825, Florala, Ala.,

t+, 55 Smith. 9pm. Alline nights. 3:12tfchg.:
3 6.11,18pd:
WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK A
a a ta .,g. FOR SALE: USED
Its tors Refrigera I full Line of duplicating and mimeograph -
all
sizes
all prices.
t Appliance supplies. Ink Duplicator
s't f # Exchange 6 ml. South of fluid, stencils and paper.

DeFuniak-Springs on Hiway 331. Colored inks and colored paperon
6:11,18,25,7:2pd: I
: special order, four day delivery -

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CHECK
WITH
THE

.v ,t rr yy 3719 for EXCHANGE.used Food Freezers.Ph. APPLIANCE TW 6-- I I Joe Walls&Business Service Machines

6:11,18pd: I Freeport Road-Phone TW 84141FOR

TWO USED I SALE: BEAUTIFUL three
>v wx aA E T' yE' SfL. AUTOMATIC'
x bedroom home two
Dishwashers for sale. ceramic tile
(5-3719. Phone TW baths, kachen complete with GE
wt 6:11.18pd:
built-in
appliances on 100' x ISO
FOR SALE: HAVE SEVERAL lot in Oaklawn Square. FHA flD-

used electric ranges. Phone TW anced. Call Sam Rachels TW ft-
6-3719. 2521 or Buddy Brazile TW 4-
a rt 6.11,18pdLAWNS :
[ f r yT.;.fir k 8746.
4:16tfchg: ;
MOWED $ .25
vv'i hour. Minimum charge $1.00. per FOR SALE: PUREBRED Duro

. e Charles Barefield. TW 6-9181 Call pigs. Gilts and boars. Prices rea-

r Itpd. sonabl Ellis Williams, Glendale

t APARTMENT Rt. 3 Box 266, DeFuniak Springsv

ted FOR RENT: Unl.' f.411ch .

America's Most Famous Values! 7831.Farm Agency Phone TW 4- _FOR SALE: FOUR ROOM

house, one acre laixl Cowing;

LEGAL well on Hiway 331, Freeport. With
... "B.V.D. KNIT ATHLETIC SHIRTS FOR DAD NOTICE or without furniture. Call Wade

Exclusive LABRO-SHRUNK process for guaranteed permanent IV THE COUNTY JITDOE'S Griffin SY 2-2414, Dothan, Ala.
IN
fit . soft, luxurious premium cotton. Sizes: S, M, L & XL. AND FOB FLORIDA.WALTON COUNTY COURT 64,11,18,25: chg.DEPRES810Nt.

TN RE: Estate of

3 for $2.05 ., CECILE NOTICE MAE OLSOK.TO CREDITORS deceased' selll cheap. Heavy-duty PRICE8I. rotary WE

Von and each of cutters, $265.00 each. We
"B.V.D." KNIT TEE SHIRTS FOR DAD notified and reoulred you are hereby deliver
dflll1h claims or demands to present any free. SCOTT FURR DISCOUNT
.
Full cut. NEVER-STRETCH COLLAR. Soft, premium quality cottons Wtm .'th..r.state of of' Oerlle Mn may b"ye which asalnat you. the or FARMS Magnolia Mississippi.
.. Mae Olson, Fhon
783-2917.
LABRO-SHRUNK; for permanent fit. Sizes: S, M. L & Xl. .'.>te.. County of Walton County. Florida deceased.to 5:147:2pdI :
Judge
"' of Waltnn County
1orld ,
3 for $2.65"B.V.D. hoi.M* In at Walton his office Count In y the. court Faison And Ward
within Florida,
the date six of lot the calendar month from Water Wells and Pumps

." KNIT BREVS FOR DAD Citizens of Walton County, may I take this opportunity this must notlrw be In E'W11t1nlf rh tint claim and ubllcatlon or mu..t.demand.. of I Easy terms. Call collect
th. "te
DOUBLE SEAT WITH 2-WAY STRETCH INSERT automatically to thank you for the vote of confidence you worn address place of of the residence claimant and and post must office be Doc[ Faison Ward. Bonifay Vernon 6472376Wiley 6382188
conforms to to
body movement. LABRO-SHRUNK. by the
Heat-resistant claimant hi.
or attorney, avent 4:16.10:16pd:
elastic guaranteed for life of garment. Sizes: 28 to 46. I gave me in electing me your County Commissioner for void According or": to the law cam. will become

District 3. 1904.ted this 5th day of June. A. D
3 for $2.65"B.V.D. HELP WANTED: WAITRESS
Attorneynfaorr O, Johnston. at Mom & Dad's Restaurant.

." BROADCLOTH SHORTS FOR DAD I will work to benefit the people of Walton County Davenport.' and Urquhart Johnston. Harris Administrators Must be 21 years of age. No experience -

Fine, long-wearing broadcloth . Nylon-stitched at pointsof by being available at all times to discuss matters con- :9f Attorneys>\ .Esst Fourth for Administrator Street, necessary. Itchg

strain . heat-resistant elastic Panama City Florida COTTAGES FOR RENT: Gray-
guaranteed for life of
garment, Sizes: 28 to 44. cerning: county government. ,,4t-Jun. 11.18,25-.JuJ a ton Beach call Gene Wesley De
I Funiak Springs 6-9586 after S
for Your vote and I The NOTICE!: IsOHEREBY OIVEN THAT pm. or Seagrove Beach 231-2621.
3 $2.65 support were deeply appreciatedand !I Walton Board of County Commissioners,
6.4.1 l,18,25chg
Co-mty.
,I I am looking forward to working with all of I the County Assessor Florida of together Taxes. with will
you meet
I In the ,
Commissioner" FOR SALE
UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED the. office In I : WATER FRONT
f Court
for a better Walton County. Funiak: Sprtnn House. at In the 10:-OO City A.M.of >De on lots, and wooded in lots. On

I Monday.Tax July 6th 1004 as a Board of ,I Choctawhatchee Bay. located on
hearing Equalizers complaints for and the purpose of Okaloosa-Walton county line in
recelylns; teat*
( J
mony real a* to the value of any property, \I Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe Rt. 1
(1EPARTMENTi or personal, a* fixed by
County Assessor of Taxes and the for Box 259, Villa Tasso Nicerflte.

( I ) the nerfectln. assessment reviewing roll for and the. eonallrlns year 1904;i Florida.

r 4 4n. R Jack D'onaldAdair as The through Is Board necessary.July win 10th.continue 1904 or In ..Session Ions I j| house FOR, SALE living: NEW room BEDROOM, dining

9th This 1984.by order of the Board on June room kitchen, bath and half

Kyle Laird. Chairman FHA small down payment call
4 ., ., Phone 4-2061 Board of
w. County Commissioners. collect MU 2-2950 or MU 3-439O
at Walton Count,. Florida
:It-June 11. IS Crestview Fla. 4:1Ittcb&,
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IS;:?I SLAB BACON Lb. 29c

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ROASTBONELESS
MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT

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YOiLUMlB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY TBB DvFUNIAK" IIERAZ.D-BREEZK!: THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1964
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Pt. 'Washington SeagTQv Beach. home. Wosington. "Eden" home. Pt. Washington Homecoming DONALD J. MARKUS Mar-
We welcome new neighbors to Coir congratulations to Miss Mr. and Mrs. Max Kilbourne The pupils delighted the parents 'lo Be Hem Sunday ine Lance Corporal Donald J.
And The, BeachesThose Pt. Washington. Mr and Mrs. Ann McKinney and M*. Robert I and daughter Miss Simeon were and friends who gathered to Markus, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.
Mike McCoy and two sons have Strickland who were among the shopping at rglln and Fort Wal- hear them play.. The following The Methodist church of Pt. B. Markus of Rt. 1, DeFuniak
from this section attending moved Into the community and graduating class at Walton high ton Beach Friday.Mr. participated: Ma$' Sue Morgan, Washington will observe annual) Springs, recently returned to the
In Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harstveldtand night. Ann is the dau- Morris, Homecoming next Sunday, June
the Singing Convention Thursday : Pop Hobbs was a business Regina Chancey Cathy Marine Corps Facility New River
Red Bay Sunday, May 31st were: son have moved into the ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Levi McKinney visitor In Panama City Tuesday.Mr. Jean Morgan, Gayle Godwin, Gid 14th ac.d wishes to extend to all N. C., with Marine Aircraft Group
Mr. and :Mrs. Gene Inflnger, Mr.. Gardner house. and Robert the son of and Mrs. Roy Burllson Godwin, Simeon Kilbourne and a welcome in Christian fellow- 26 completing training exercisesin
and Mrs. Ed Walllne and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Russell Strickland.Of spent Friday ,in DeFuniak Spgs., Helen Strickland. ship.Our the Caribbean.
Mrs: and Mrs. James Armour of
'Adrlanne and Mr. and Mrs course, their families attended and were the.dinner guests of the pastor is Rev. Hurley D.
Roy Burllson and granddaughter, Pensacola, and Mr and Mri. F.z graduation.Mrs. Bob Tarrances.Mrs. Parents and guests attendingwere Guy of Bruce. The program will Squadrons based at New River,
Flowers of Dothan, spent the Mr. and Mrs. Casel Morgan,
air for
Teresa Butler. begin with the sermon by him provide support the in-
Glenn Breeland and chil- Steve Barrett of
weekend at their Seagrove Beach Seagrove and children Eddie Earle and fantrtymen of the Atlantic Fleet
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Russ and] homes. dren of Houston, Tex., are the Beach, and Mrs. Roy Burllson Mikl Lei Mrs. Ike Morgan and at 9 a.m.
Marine Force based at Le-
10:00 o'clock will be the Sun- Camp
children of Enterprise, Ala., and of her parents, the :
houseguests spent Thursday In Panama City Miss Rita Strickland, Mrs. Albert -
Mr. John Fonville, Jr. spends day School hour. jcune, N. C.
his sister, Mrs. Corene Skipperof lke Morgans. and enjoyed the lunch-
birthday
Butler, Mrs. W. A. Holley,
weekends with his parents at 11:00: to 12:00: the program, will
Panama City, spent the week- Seagrove Beach while at the Mrs. Billy Wesley and Miss eon at the Dixie Sherman honor- Mrs. Charles Ray and son Gilbert bo dedicated to the of Huey Ray, formerly of DeFun-
end of May 31st at the Skipper Naval Base in Pensacola.Mrs. Hope Rachels of DeFuniak ing Mrs. George Rodgers. Mrs. Roy Burlison, Mr. and Quince and Ida Casey memory who have iak Springs, will attend the En-
cottage at Pt. Washington.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Will Mor- gineer Officer's Basic Course at
Thelma Brown and Mrs. Springs, were brief visitors in Mrs. Russel Haden left Mrs. Jack Morris, passed' away since last homecom-
and Mrs. Edd Walline and business Pt. Washington Wednesday.Mrs. their Seagrove Beach home last ris and Mr and Mrs. Smith Mrs. The will include a Fort Bclvoir, Va. The school will
Sarah McKinney were irg. program
daughter, Adrianne of Grayton visitors in DeFuniak Springs Fri Lucy Tungberg of Santa week for Cape Kennedy where Ollie Sue Godwin, Mrs. Evie recorded: sermon "The Glories of begin June 11, according to Information -
Beach, spent several days las Rosa Beach, is recuperating nice- thy will make' their home for the Saltsman, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Methodism by the Rev. Paul received from thte Ad-
week in Pensacola.Mrs. day.Mr. at Lisen- summer' months near their son- Saltsman and daughter Joy, Mr. jutant's Office of Florida. Lt. and
and Mrs. W. L. Patterson ly following eye surgery Duffy, pastor of First Methodist
Eloise Williams of Colum- end daughters Susan and Sally by Hospital. Among those visit- in-law and daughter Mr. and and Mrs. Harold Saltsman Mrs. church, Pensacola. Dinner will be Mrs. Ray will return to Tallahassee -
biana, accompanied by her bro- and their son, Mr. Malcolm Patterson ing her last week were Mrs. Carl Mrs. Joe Dickens Mr. and. Mrs. Steve Barrett, Mrs. Mamie Hatch, served at noon and singing in in August where he will be
ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and and family all of Pensa- Storrie of Blue Mountain Beach, Max Haden of Jackson, Ala., will Mr: and Mrs. Maxwell Kilbourne, the afternoon. attending Florida State Univer-
Mrs. Skelton and family, spent cola, are at their Grayton Beach and Miss Lois Maxon of Point occupy the Haden home at Sea- Miss Brown and Miss Julia Please keep this date in mind sity.
the Memorial Day weekend at grove Beach while they are away. Strickland.
and come help us make it a great
---- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dudley and I
daughter of Seale, Ala., spent last During the social hour Miss day.
week at the Argo,.home in Sea- Maxon presented the pupils and
grove Beach. the children with gifts and the I Mr. and Mrs. George C. Mc- Builder
in turn her lovely Ewen of Nlcevllle attended homecoming orInvestor
pupils gave
SATURDAY JUNE 20 Mrs. Bruns returned
I Mary last gifts. at the Valley Church, this
week to her Seagrove Beach home I ?
past Sunday.
4 BIG BARGAINS. AT from an extended visit with her Delicious refreshments of cook- Mr. and Mrs. James Burgess
P.M. 3 P.M. children. She was accompanied ies and ice cream were served to
10 A.M.1 returned this week to their homein
Property of
home by her the children and the hostess
daughter, Mary assisted -
Mount Clemmons, Mich., aftera 65:; Acres of
W. A Laird & H. A. Laird, Sr. Catherine and her baby. by Mrs. Evie Saltsman and visit her with her parents, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Andrews of Mrs. Albert Butler served punch and Mrs. J. W. Alford. Land on 2nd .
Seagrove Beach, were business and cake to the adults.
VALUABLE BUILDING INDUSTRIAL SITE visitors in Panama City Friday. Mrs. Cordel Williams of Or- Street in DeFuniak
I lando, Is here visiting with Mrs.L. .
Mrs. Talmadge Snow and dau- BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr.
VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS INDUSTRIAL SITE ghter, Caroline will make their F. Seigler and Mrs. D. W.. Springs $60,00.00.

home In Seagrove Beach this and Mrs. Thomas Grady Miller of Freeport.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Alford and
summer while Mrs. Snow operates Spence (Jacque Spires) of Miami, Gene Keen RealtyP.
Gail visitors in Dothan
SALES the Gift Shop. Mrs. Snow have announced the birth of a were on
At 10 A.M. . 60 BUILDING LOTS will go to the high bldcUrl will Join them weekends. daughter, Laura Lee, on June 3 Friday to attend the wedding of
Location: Laird Subdivision on Highway 331, four miles south of I in Doctors Hospital, Miami. their daughter Nina to Mr. Jerry
10 A.M. Freeport In the great fishing Gulf Coast area. PIANO RECITAL Grandparents are Dr. and Mrs.R. White of Darlington.Mr. O. Box 552
.
Miss Lois Maxon presented her B. Spires and Mrs. Cleo and Mrs. Kennie, Kraut of
AT 1 P.M. . A ROOM, BATH HOME, 10 ADJOINING ACRES
Panama City, were visitors with Florida
AND piano pupils in Recital Saturday Spence Smith and the late Mr. Crestview,
and a APARTMENT MOTEL in the heart of Freeport. The 10 Mr. and Mrs,Ty Fleming on Fri
night May 30 ,at her lovely T. Grady Spence.
acres go with the house. Motel Is located near the postofflce. I day night.
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Prize building lots . wealth-producing: acreage . fine home and motel . Ideal I
for investors, speculators developers builders and home makers!
LAST FOUR DAYS!

3 P.M.

At 3 P.M. . 100 BUILDING LOTS In Believe Subdivision. Lots SALES WKW SALE. .

are located on LaGrange Bayou Just off (Highway No. 20, west of
100 LOTS
Freeport. Follow auction signs. Flowlng.well water plenttlful. ENDS

ALSO AT 3 P.M. .. ACRE INDUSTRIAL SITE, IDEAL FOR 5ACREalmost

any type business enterprise, and a perfect spot for deepBUSINESS MONDAY

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the heart of an expanding area where invested dollars can't miss! Check every s\

detail, every profit potential, then come to the Auction.

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For additional Information contact:
US. WE SELL THE WORLD.
THROUGHOUT THE STORE
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EVERYTHING GOES J.LTODD wworis Eai;AUCTION t CO. M FIRST QUALITY "

AT THE PRICE YOU SETAll

REG. SEAMLESSNYLONS
Of Florida. Inc. rr4c-'wr
j this bargain property will steadily '19.99
1005 16th Street :. ,," .'v,' it" MEN'S PIMA COTTON
improve In value! N. St. Petersburg, Fla. Phone 862-6548 r ., q d r

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pepper skid foam robber WOMEN Coal' short' sleeves'

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Sanitized runproof tricot. .
t 12 FOR 99c Carp's. own brand. White PRg, 323
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-- '" black, red and new ,
Heavy terry wash cloths In shades Sizes 5 to 10.
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and hottest and it's here right now! Neither"do you need a computer to figure Slim cut with tapered

,. ." the price of options-our low figure includes all this equipment and more: quality. GIRLS' 2PIECESportswear legs . continental

I \'< a INDIVIDUALLY ADJUSTABLE BUCKET SEATS WITH CONSOLE Sets waist. Handsome irides.WOMEN'S

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> -. WHEELBASE AND 14* WHEELS HEATER-DEFROSTER CHROME BUY NOW FOR

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VOLUME PUBLISHED EVERY TUUU3DAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 19"_


LEGAL. NOTICES rest the nature of which Is the fareclosure Mr. Rex Askin of Barnefjville
of a mortgage against the fol ..
lowing described property situate* ly. da., spent a week here with hit
.I.N :THh CUtCU1T cuuux; o.' WALTON tu. slid bereft la Walton Couaty, daughter and family Mr. and
Florida,
WUN'T1, t..uWUA to-witt
1l'OU wttaMa' NU..Jae Low. B. 10. II. 20. 21 and 22 ia Saves Me A Lot of Mrs. Jack Potter.
J. M. JJOttteJtX.: Block: "O" Forrest Beach a aub11Y1&100
UiUiViauaily, Mr. John Venters of Huntsville FOR ALL YOUR DRUG AND
and J. As. oitJMtX:, ula> CITY < in Walton County, Flor
AboCJaVM tU*If, ida according to the plat there Money Too! Ala., spent last week here with
rlaututvs. of Clerk on of file Circuit lu Use Court.Office of Walton the his parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. PRESCRIPTION NEEDSKing's

WILSON NOWIONCJ, &.IL.* WOOD. O<>Wltr.: Florida, and recorded la II Venters.Mr. .
HOW WlUaUM l\o )WL.aoU KUUMAOOLtk and Plat Book No. 2. at page to. Why not save some of end Mrs. E. G. Bishop entertained -
you are required to file
vwWlouMo.-.. ActualsMA : your
answer or written defenses to the hard-earned dollars friends from Birmingham -
*; JNOYVluitu Uusouud and wile your
MUL1LLLLV A4..oIJAUboIJM IJI.lu.U1I.1i.d ; complaint herein riled with the Clerk and Tuscaloosa at Seagrove

O.Jk.&t tATAUN. a 1'.111&.NrJ. ,>l..>r. of ty the rlorlda Circuit D Court Fuulak of Springs Walton Coun Florida with a policy on jour Bench over the weekend. '
auou WitbA H.OUUJA fcJMlaut
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PUlttJka: VII! I"AboAMAIT: LNU. and serve a copy thereof on plaintiffs home that covers fire, Mrs. Pauline Hodges spent the

a> Plurals AMU Corpurauuu.; kWUiiAUJLliCIUkUXJL below attorneys on or:before whose June names:24, 1004 appear" jail- theft liability windstorm weekend in Dothan with relatives.Mr. .

1"e1UlA1YuI 1.110'01.1:01.UAU': olaUou:; and l'IY. lug be entered which a against decree pro confessa will and many other and Mrs. James W. Swaf- RexaU Drugs
you.
all paruea cimmiim any n lit, title This notice shall be published once ford and two children of Cincinnati -.
out interest lu Ixiui. 11, U risks. Not the slightest
and la., each week for four consecutive timesof !, Ohio, arrived Sunday for a''
Block I, bulxuvluum oX Block
1924and :
publication lu The DeF ualaR tieraid obligation in giving
us acan.
visit with her brother
IfUtt, 1'uwn vl UcfrluuaK Spring, two week
County: Defendaota.Ivo'f1Ult of w.uum.. "butt" 01 Fiona This 13 day' of May 1004K and family Mr. and Mrs. Daw-|
:. LEO ANbazwsClerk
OF SUIT Circuit Court son Copeland. I,
Notice to above named defendants Walton County: Fla.REAL Harris Insurance Mr and Mrs. R. H. Pippin of
You are hereby uuuiled Was a complaint B:* Eva **. Reurroe. D.C.Af the weekend
Panama City, spent
in loreclosure has bean fled ( )
by: tree avbove-utuuea plaiutUI lu the o "": here with their daughter and
soovs-eimUed Court lu the above entitled > Of .w.U'.JI'NDBlWS, : : I
Mr. and Mrs. Ty Fleming.
Agency family
cause ol action )
entitling the P. O. Box :320DePuniak :
plaintiff to this notice. you ana each. Springs. 1"101111.Attorn.a Mr. and Mrs Horace Watson' Cosmetics Gifts All Occassion Cards
of :you are hereby. uukliud that 'a for Plaintiff and nephew Butch Weaver fromFlomaton
mortgage foreclosure,= cult bus been filedagainst 4t: May 21. 28; June 4. 11 TW &.%&51 I Y
you seeking I v> foreclose the
plaintiff lieu on the following described IN TUB COURT OF TUB COUNTY ;'f'Valerfa Henn and Miss
property: lu Walton County.: JUDGE OF WALTON COUNTY DeFunlak Springs, Fla.
Florida to W u. FLORIDA IN PROBATE Christy Noel from FSU, were Phone TW 4-2281 IIJ
Lou U, 14 and 13 Block 1. Subdivision Re: Estate: of SUSAN C. ADAMS. weekend guests of the R. W. Hes-
of Blocks 11U4 and 1028.: Dec>-.cI
Town of DefuuiaH Springs, Walton NOTICE OF PROBATETO lers.Airman II
County Florida ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN 1st Class and Mrs FLORIDA
JfeFUNlAK SPRINGS
and THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.You ,
you are hereby notified and required -
to verve upon plaintiff s attorney are hereby notified that John Adkinson of Albany. Ga.
a copy of your answer or other written instrument purporting to be went the weekend in DeFuniak "
written defence if say: to the the last; will and testament of said
with relatives.Mr. .
complaint lu this cause: and to file decedent has been admitted to probate First National Le ==
the original of such answer or written in this court You are hereby: and Mrs. V. II. Cuchen --- ..-. -
deitnse with the Cleric of CirCUit.OoUl't. commanded within six calendar .
have as their guest this week - -- - - -
of Walton county Florida on months from the date of the firstyublicaton
or before the 15th day 01U1.., / of this notice to appear Insurance AgencyFOR their son Henry
1904. In this court and show cause. if anyin Mr. Joe Southern of Tallahassee -
This notice Mall be published eachweek : the action of this court
for four consecutive weeks in The admitting said will to probate Is spending this week' here
DePunlak Herald a weekly newspaper should not stand unrevoked with relatives.
published in Walton County Florida.' DAN JOB TROTMAN
Done and Ordered at be9'uniskapringe : County: Judge .
1IM4. Florida, this 12 day of May. L-:: '::1"n May.. 21. 1B644t. MARINE A CASUALTY ..Is. .. WORK FIX-IT WONDERS

E.Clerk LEO Circuit ANDREWS Court "DRAGON" with this AMAZING NEW

By Walton: lea Adklnaou County rlorlda NOTICE FLORIDA TO STATUTES CREDITORS BONDS S AUTOMOBILE FIRE HEDGE TRIMMER (i PLASTIC TREATED FABRIC

Deputy: Clerk la the Court of the> County "Judge,
SEAL) HALF
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Walton County: Florida, cis.
Attorneys: for PlaintiftiDouglas In Probate.In INSURANCr e fixed .11 position handle
M. AndrewsOf
eel Estate of .lightweight
CAMPBELL!: it ANDREWS cCOMIIITI
LOUIS EDWARD OILL. e is V4' hardened cutting blade "
P, O. Box 32DeFunlak :& handy.pa
Springs :Florida4t To All Creditors and Persons Deceased Having First National Bank SIZESto! >f
; liar 21, 28. June 4. 11 Claims or Demands Against Bald Exclusive handle design; gives firm, natural
Estate grip! balanced control In all posit,ons. .
IN THE COURT OF TUB: COUNTY You and each of you are hereby '. Twig-Interlock tooth design for even cutting -
UDGE" OF WALTON COUNT notified and required to present any e slips Saves hours of time i gives ,
FLORIDA IN PROBATERe claims and demands which, you, or I ...
.t.r look to shrub ...
and "
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: Estate of BUS AN C. ADAMS. either of you, may have against tbe $24.95
CREDITORSAll estate of Louie Edward Oill, deceased, make
NOTICE TO late of said County: to the County:
creditors of the estate of Susan Judge of Walton County Florida, at Eaton Real Estate &
O. Adams, deceased are hereby notified his office In the court house of said
and required to file any' claims: County at DeFunlak Springs, Florida you
or demands which they: may have within six calendar months from the
again the estate In the office of the time of the first publication of this Insurance Agency
look
county Judge of Walton County., Florida notice Two oooies of each claim or NEW! PS30 '
within six (6) calendar months demand shall be in writing and shall -
from tbe date of the first publlcatloaof etate the place of residence and post !
this notice Each claim or demand otllce address of the claimant, and AUTOMOBILE FIRE twice WIlES "FALLOUT1"fleoss
must be In writing and must state shall be sworn to by the claimant, PRUNING SHEARS
the place residence and post office agent attorney and accompanied by INSURANCEBONDS
address orb claimant and must besworn a filing fee of one dollar and such as if nuts bolts i s wt
to by the claimant, bis agent, claim or demand not so filed shall ( ,
or bis attorney, or it will become be Told. Ull
Told according to law.Edith (s) Agnes Myrtle; Oill lovely ,
C. Fey As Executrix of the Last Will
W. F O..eenExecut.ora and Testament of Louie Edward We represent STROUT a KIT
of the Last Oill. deceasedt PLASTIC
Will lOUd Testament of < : May 21. 28, June 4, 11 REALTYIn Pow r-bite pruning shears
Susan C. Adam.. DeceaaedJI'1nt' less.
Publication on May 31, 18O44t. for clean cutting with LOCK

May :2128June411IN NOTICE Real Estate since 1900 effort. Handy rn 91
GOFF'S
THE CIRCUIT COURT: IN AND Notice is hereby given that pursuantto thumb lock. 3.t .+.
FOR WALTON COUNTY FLORIDAIN Chapter No 869:.00 Florida (statutes: WASHER:
CHANCERY' :: NO. 1311& the following will on June 25 1O04" New Location
MARY L. FORREST register with the Clerk of the Circuit Rcjadyj/To/Wear e eewlrs large Heles L *ks
. Plaintiff Court of Walton County Florida" the ,Laka.Stanley.. .v._: : mint Rutted O..t Areas
.. fictitious name of Walton County ""! e Adheres T* Metal, Weed),
MAURICE E. WOODSON. Credit Bureau said fictitious name 1:1aTW < : "
.Defendant. being the name under which the DeFuniak Springs, (Open Thursday PJVI.) JEY Rubber. Canvas I
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NOUCt. TO APPEAR undersigned is sole owner and carrying Never gums, gets* svr
The plaintiff having filed herein a on business in the State of florida -, 6.4Hl TW Deteriorates
652210 N. 9th St. I
worm statement entitling her to this the principal place of business 50' BANNER TAPE e Can .. Sand Papered eadP.Inted )
notice you are hereby notified thatsuit located in DeFunlak Springs. Florida.Ronald I Ii
baa been filed against you In the o. Plckett4tJuna I L1..C.... :;;;; '-_':._ :-. N. heat e._ I
above styled cause by Mary L. For- i 4-25 _. .- e For accurate teols e*

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Trade 'N' Travel Time is running out at your Inside, the upholstery over its wide foam- 1"::' ; vas Jean tvlnxalae''''. dip' ;peel tad

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chance} to get in a whole summerful of fun with "We don't want anything playing havoc with NEW! HSIO /1 ; tianoles Held.drs U pace rsr

Chevelle's good looks if we can help it.
a beautiful buy like a Chevelle Malibu wagon. < AIWIES
Let us point out some less obvious pleasures. TRADETtum: All in all, there are 11 different Chevellea htti
HEDGE
It has curved side windows-not just for TIME: being offered during Trade 'N' Travel Time. 6.hac..IIM 1

looks, but to give you more shoulder room. Wagons, coupes, Super Sports, convertibles, SHEARS "1I1"a., >css

It has those self-cleaning rocker panels MM INK CHEATrMCMWW sedans. One's a* beautiful a buy as the other. 2.95 One drop doe n all with Plastic

beneath the doors that resist rust. MMMMMIIS. It'a up to you. But hurry, whatever you do I ICktftlU lock Washer, new miracle nut.

an" hono_ Up bolt acre sealant Just apply a
Macon e-Pantnytr Station Wagon Big drop to set any wood or mtlsiS
r o e n d Mode., fastener. Vibration won't shake It
notched ond ..,.. loose not affected fcy strata,strain,

dated to hold foliage. ,fasollne. water or oil. No moreExclusive

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plywood). cutting, saws are> $2.25woicrws
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mists rust, grime and STRONGESTRura,

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