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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: July 9, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Walton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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State Supt. Bailey Walton's Summer1nrichment I r County Agent NotesBy

Expresses ThanksTo : Program H. O. Harrison DeFuniak Springs Freeport I

Commissioners SICK COTTON ,
Walton's Summer Enrichmentprogram
I Many Walton county cottonfarmers
M entered the third week i

State Superintendent the Thomas County with good participation being cotton recently.have called The us top about leavesare sick I
" D. Bailey Elections On
maintained in all phases of the City Tuesday
Commission this week, express- distorted and narrow. Tender

ing appreciation for their action program. growth on the cotton plants appears
.cuiroUment: in the swimming :
Yl In requesting the State Depart- Increased to 144. En- to have been sprayed witha
ment to convey to the State Park program weed killer. We have visited NOTICE TO BICYCLE RIDERS -
rollment in the swimming classeswas I Commission Endorses
DeFunlak Springs voters will
Board considerable acreage in numerous cotton fields when the go
closed at the end of the to the polls Tuesday July 14 in
south Walton. second, week. plants look real sick. Leaves are 4-Lane Proposal For Mayor Harold Goodwin asks
This makes it possible for the restricted. Squares and blooms that the annual municipal election,
The softball were enjoyed 90 331. us to announce beginning
programs I Highways with Mayor Clerk Marshal four
establish a state are not developing. We have ,
Park Board '
by everyone participatinglast a' t..% xy I Wednesday, July 10, the city Council members and
taken soil samples and had plants a cemetery
park in the area. ordinance forbidding riding
from the letter week. Girls softball on Mon- analyzed. Apparently the real The Board of County Commissioners trustee to be elected.
It can be seen bleycloa on the sidewalks of
that Supt. Bailey has been interested day night saw four teams participating cause of the trouble is a defici- Tuesday morning unanimously DoFunlak Springs will ba strict The election seems to be attracting -
all these years in preserving : beginning at 6:30: pjn.Two ency of boron. Recently, boron adopted a resolution commending ly onforeed. a little more than average -
games were played under Y aSC Bob Sikes for his interest, with a large vote
this fine tract for Walton k has zoomed Into the spotlight as Cong. Mayor Goodwin said there
county, and that he is happy to the supervision' of Summer Re- the most' widely needed micro- stand in working for an early have ben several I complaint expected.
creation Personnel. These games $ aMiss Voting; will be held in the fire
a" nutrient for cotton. four-lane on U. S. HIghway
it put to this use F ._ < y program about children riding tho
see The letter was addressed to lost for seven innings or One hour >_.. :...._..-......"<-_. '. .-y--, " <<.<,<.<>,.'. Many land grant colleges have 00 through this part of th sidewalks and he fools on It Isboot station in the city hall and in the

Laird, Chairman of the and fifteen minutes which ever -- discovered the tremendous need state and asking for a similar improvement to this
IQylea: comes first. Peggy Fuqua, a 1964 I I stop dangerous The City of Freeport, Florida,
for boron In cotton ferti on U. S. Highway 331
your .
Board: practice.Parents will hold its annual general election
In boys baseball, the Pony Lea- graduate of Walton high school, -
Mrs. J. T. lizer. through. Walton county. are urged to ..e to It on Tuesday, July 14 1964 to
"Dear Mr.\ Laird: gue boys defeated Freeport Tues- daughter of Mr. and
Farmers apply boron by The .Commission is sending
can that their children do not rid.
elect a Mayor, City Clerk City
acknowledge receiptof day afternoon. A scheduled: game Fuqua has Just been employed
"This is to adding to the fertilizer. This is colics of the resolution to Cong tho aldowalka
bicycle on
Marshal and
two Council-
with forfieted to + Helena Mont., as assistant tax City
resolution adopted by the Chipley was a: ,
the Road
too late now. (2)) Apply a ooron Sikes, the State Departmentand
of Commissioners of Wal- Walton Thursday because Chip- collector for the city. with in DeFunlak men.The
Board solution to the cotton your civic bodies Heads
Creel School
requesting that the Icy could not field a team. On John Freeport High Gym-
ton County insecticide or, ((3) apply boron Springs
aslum has been the
State Board of Education transfer Monday of this week. Wilton Bob Sikes ReportsFrom directly to the soil. This action was taken follow Advisory BoardJohn official polling place and will as be

and convey to the State Boardof I'ony League"" boys defeated Vernon Washington If we find any other leads;! on ing adjournment of the Board a*
from 8 to Election
of 3-2. I I open am. 7 p.m. -
in Vernon by a score:
Parka and Memorials the fol- the problem with your cotton we Tax Equalizers, sitting all through Creel elected chairman of; Day. All citizens: of the Cityof
lowing described property: Other games this week are with GOVERNOR BRYANT SETS I will notify you by letter and this week In that capacity. I I the Okaluosa-Walton Junior College Freeport, Florida, who have
Laurel Hill in DeFuniak Tues-
Fractional Section 16, Town- Grace villa in De- AN EXAMPLE other means. During the first two days of Advisory board last Thursday registered to vote are urged to
ship 3 South Range 19 West, day afternoon Governor Farris Bryant Is to meeting to hear tax payers not night as the board held its exercise their right to vote in
and Babe
Funiak for both Pony
in Walton County. FRAME CABIN PLANS has been received:
be commended in highest terms one complaint reorganization meeting. this election.
for the purpose of dedicating this uth games Thursday at 2 pjn.ill for the calm and capable mannerin You can get vacation plans and no one has appeared. !I I Creel, one of tour Walton county

area as a state park."I and a Pony League gainer; which he has handled the problems free: Not traveling plansbuildIng representatives on the board, West DeFuniak precinct In tho

submitted this resolution to Laurel Hill Friday afternoon.A arising front. the racial con- plans. This office Is offering Joyce Bishop New : will succeed Judge Charles A. building Just west of Casey's IGA
taken to Lake
the State Board of Education at trip was ilict in St. Augustine. It was an free plans for a 36 by 20, two "Miss\ Lake Jackson"Miss Wade who declined renominationto supermarket.
their regular meeting Tuesday,I Geneva last Wednesday. The trip extremely dangerous situation level "A-frame cabin that's the post. Voting will be by voting machines -

June 30, 1964, and recommendedthat this week will be a'guided tour between hired agitators and imported Ideal for nearly any vacation site. Jovce Bishop, daughter of Mrs. W. W. Lynn of Valpar In each precinct with the

this matter be referred to the ol: Fort Rucker.Registration demonstrators seeking to Two bedroom on the second level Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bishop! captured aiso, was named vicechairmanof polls opening at 7:00: a.m. and

Outdoor Recreational Planning for golf remains inflame Negro residents in St. and one on the first provide sleep- first place. Wednesday, June the board, suceediiig Liner; closing; at 7:00: p.m.
for their consideration small with, a total of 10 participating when he was crowded: Miss Candidates to be voted on are:
Committee Augustine and strong segregationists Ing apace for aiX.p.There's; 24, Campbell of DeFunialc biprings. j
and recommendation. on the dev- three days a. week. A who flocked: to St. Augustine plenty of"built in storage space. I' Lake Jackson", at Flora fa, during? Other board members are W For Mayor

elopment of this area lor public golf match was played in Crest- front other Southern states. By And, the ground floor provides the Ninety-Fourth Masonic Celebration W. Adams of Paxton Alston CECIL L. DORSEY

w recreational purposes. I have discussed view on Mondaywith Crestview refusing to yield to pressure from plenty of living and dining area, , Campbell of Laurel Hill Claude HAROLD GOODWIN

: : this matter this morning winning. either side and insisting that law a complete kitchen and a bath. First runner-up was Miss Toni Lee of Crestview. Eugene Barley CHARLES HOWELL

with Mr. Ney Landrum, Direc- Every>interested is urged to enforcement be retained in state For complete working drawingsof Stephens Miss Crcstview", and of Freeport and W. D. llarbeson, For Clerk

tor of the Outdoor Recreational participate in the program, especially end local hands, the Governorset this attractive: "A-Frame" vacation second runner-up was Miss The Sr., of Ft Walton Beach. SYBLE NEEL

Planning Committee, who will students, as the primary an example which could well cabin, write or see your resa Holloway, daughter of Mr. Dr. J. E. McCracken presi For Marshal

bring this. resolution to the attention purpose .is to try to reach the. b'i noted in Washington. Even. county agent. and Mrs. I.eamon llolloway of I dent of Okaloosa-Walton Junior H. A. "JACK" BODIFORD

of his committee at their children of this area. when confronted with unusual Ask for plan number 5965. Available Florala. College reported Thursday night JOHN B. DONALDSON

next meeting. federal Judicial proceedings: which I free on request. to college advisory board members HOWARD NOWLING

MMay I express to you and the Grey Wilson InvitedTo sought to hold him in contempt,I First Methodist Church Now I 160 students, 60 men and 80 N. J. "PETE" RICHARDSFor

members of the County; Commission Awards Banquet Governor Bryant preserved a rational -: Forestry Training Camp nev. Langdon Garrison, Pastor I women havo enrolled for the fall Councllman.At.Larg.
County personal demeanor and continued to' college term.Included VERNON COSSON
of Walton my
Wilson has been invited Opens July 12 at O'Leno
appreciation for your action Grey work for a reasonable settlement of activities Is in the 160 student total HEWETT LINDSEY
Florida Athletic Coaches A busy Summer
1 the
resolution since of the problem. This was one of ten registrations for evening HOWARD RICHARDSFor
in passing this Association to be present: at an The 30th annual Fore stry underway by and for the young n9 Councilman Ward 1
it now provides an opportunityfor his most severe tests and he came "volunteer" youth staff asses, not yet announced.
awards banquet to be held July Training Camp opens July 12 at people. A BENNIE ARNOLDFor
leadership it with flying colors and enrollment from various -
through Student
offer some
me to 31 in Gainesville. O'Leno State Park near High of college students and recent
of this area I with credit to Florida. members is as follows: Holt, Councilman Ward 2
in the development is heading the program. :
At this time he will receive a graduates CLYDE MORETZ
along our Gulf coast for public plaque honoring him as "All Star DoFUNIAK PILOT CLUB More than 230: Future Farmersof They arc Shirley Wise, Suo Drake, Santa Rosa Beach, Destin and GLENN E. ROWE

recreational purposeFor the Past Coach 19 3." MEMBERS HERE America from all parts of Flor- Virginia Dannelley, Ray Drake Hurlburt Field, one each; Red For
Councilman Ward 3
fifteen years,- since I have been "It will be our pleasure to Stopping In Washington briefly ida will attend. Two Intensive' Rob ,Blue and "Whe Ue" Wheat.A Hay and Freeport, two each; C. A. NANCE

u member of the State Board of present the plaque to :you at this last week were five members of one-week sessions stress training high light each week Is "RAG Shalimar, four; Laurel Hill, five. For Cemetery Trustee
have been any the Pensacola Pilot Club enrouteto Mary Esther, six; Florala, seven -
there Time"
and )
Education, time" the invitation reads. "A ib practical: forestry method, tropical (refreshments games A. TAPPAN
number of individuals and groups beautiful plaque has been designed that fine organization's national foretry, gum. farming, forest held each Tuesday night from : aker, eight; Eglln AFB,

seeking to purchase th'1I property for you. Your past record of meeting In New York City. fire prevention and control, farm 7:00: until 10:00.: 'nine; Valparaiso, 13; Nlceville, 15;

for speculative purposes unselfish service. to the coaching They were: Mrs. Maria Douglass, forestry, tree identification, woods Plans are underway for Dally DeFuniak Springs 17; Crestview, Youth Choir Will

or for private use. Because of profession and the Florida Athletic Mrs. T. J. Reardon, Mrs. Alex lore, forest insects and diseases, Vacation Bible School planned 2, and Ft. Walton Beach 47. Sing At 1st Baptist

fey intimate knowledge of this Coaches Association: is hereby Caswell, Mrs. Paul Tealin and outdoor recreation and wildlife August 3 through 12. Mrs. Mar- -

Trot..titul Gulf frontal property. I gratefully acknowledged: it is Miss Gladys Rogers. I management vin Bishop Is the director. MARY SHY ANDERSONMrs. The Calvary Chorale of the

have n-every instance been successful sincere wish. that you will SUMMER EMPLOYEESI I Campers are vocational agriculture The Sunday evening servicesare Calvary Baptist Church, Jackson
by refusing to recommend be able to be present at the banQuet am very glad to have working students who hv demonstrated being well attended this !sum Mary Shy Anderson, age I Tenn.. is now on tour and will
any type of disposal of this pro- honored gvest." ici, my" office this, summer Miss an Interest in forestry mer. The youth choir and othersare 91, widow of the late A. L. Anderson : sing here at the First Baptist

pertIn having the Stat Boardof Guest as our speaker at the banquetwill Jeannie Williams, daughter of through school project. providing special music, Mr. passed away Sunday, June I church on Wednesday, July 15,

Education retain this area as be Darrell Royal, bead coachof Mr. and Mrs. W. Ralph WlUlamj Professional fcresters from the ,John Freeney is directing the 28, at her home after an c"t'nI-1 at& 7:15: : p.m.
state owned property. This is one the University of Texas. of' Chipley Florida. Jeanie is a Florida Forest Service, the Uni- congregational singing and the ed Illness. She had lived in De- Choir members are Junior high

of the very few areas of Gulf graduate of Washington County versity of Florida School of Forestry Pastor, Rev. Langdon Garrison, Funlak Springs: for the past and high school students. These

frontal property still owned by Y. F. Chit Chat High School and is currently attending and private industry make l la bringing the evening message years. 6G. lave been chosen to make the

the state which can be used for II. meeting of M. Y. F.subdistrict Florida State University up the instructional; staff Camp Everyone Is invited to attend Survivors Include: two trip on the basis of attendance,
The regular
public recreational purposes. held June 22, where she is a Senior. She Is majoring I counsellors include Florida vocational these inspirational services. Remember Angus"B. Anderson of musical ability and Christian
of was In Elementary Education agrfcultura teachers. a pleasant way to spenda ville Dan J. Anderson of Pensa- character.

"X can Interest assure in you having my con-this 1964. Rev. Renfroe The was annual in chargeof election and Mlnoring in Spanish.She is Operating expenses\ for the Summer Sunday evening Is by cola; three daughters, Mrs. N. W. The choir presents a concertof
tinued -
section of land dedicated for pvb- the program.held. a member of the Honors Program. Forestry Training Camp-oldest going to church. (Stella) Wright, of Sacramento. sacred and religious music, and

recreational use by the State was officers at FSU. I cf its kind; in the nation-are paid This Is the Sunday Calendar:' Calif., and Miss Ruth Andersonand each member has the desire to
lie The following were '
Education at aD early Also' working in Washingtonthis ; by Surest products Industries. 0:49: : a.m. Church School. Miss Lucille Anderson both God through his Kinging.
Board elected for the following year.President : gloms
under 11:00 Morning Worship. of DeFunlsk Springs; eight grandchildren -
that before summer my sponsorship : a.m. choir 1 is under the direct'on!
date. It Is my hope be Roy Sylvester, Vice- is Mr. George: Ralph Miller, 5:30: p.m. Youth Choir. and eight great-grand Kenneth H. Brlxey.

too many years this area may that it President, Kermit Wright; Secretary Ion of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis R. Miller For CouncilmanWARD 6:00: p.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship children.
sufficiently developed so Eleanor Yates Treasurer,
of DeFunlak Springs. George Funeral services WeN -
can be a center for yourth activities LaJuna Wright; Reporter Patty ( 2)I ) David Maxwells Now
30 at 10
Integralpart graduated from Florida State; 7:00: pjn. Evening WorshipMr. on Tuesday, June .
,- and can become an Vann. University In April and is plan- o'clock from the First Baptist Living In New Jersey
of our summer program in The banner was awarded to hereby tsa'cit: : your vote and ,
ning to enter Law School this fall. Church with' the Reverend Virgil
public schools In order that the Otter Creek. The meeting was While at tho University he wasa support for re-eledlon as Coun- Phillip Garrett is visiting ag.- Gardner officiating. Burial ''Friends of the David Maxwells

children of West Florida may adjourned and we were served i' member of Gold Key Student cilman, Ward 2, iu the July 14 in Miami with his daughter and followed In the Magnolia Cemetery will be interested to know that

have many outdoor experiences refreshments by the Freeport Government and Theta Chi social election. I have tried to serve you family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ban they are now residing In Rldge-
which: are so desirable for the Church. We closed with the I fraternity. I all to the very best of my ability croft, Jr. and his new granddaughter Clary Funeral Home was in field, N. Y.

fun development of our youth."I Friendship Circle. I and if you honor me with another Lisa Annette. Friends charge of arrangements. The Reverend Maxwell is Associate
would also hope that with Reporter, Patty Vann First Federal Pay I term on next Tuesday, I will continue will remember Mrs. Bancroft: ( as Chaplain of Columbia
mile of gulf frontage I to work for the Linda Garrett. Also '
almost .a Its First DividendFirst progress the former Walton County Presbyterian Hospital and is also
there would be other public recreational Everette Yates, Jr. (Sonny will I of our city at all times. Dr. Larry P. Garrett stopped by Chamber of Commerce a member of the staff at the

facilities provided for l leave Thursday for Houston Tex.I Federal Savings and Loan, GLENN ROWE for a visit, enroute to San An Community Calendar American Foundation of Religion

sill of our people in that area of He will be employed by the University as of June 30, paid its first semiannual tonlo, Texas this past Wednesday. July 9 July 16 and Psychiatry in New York City.
the state. of Houston as assistant I Rev, and Mrs. Maxwell are the
dividend to depositors, according -
1 am very hopeful that the sports news director, majoringin to executive vice-presi For MarshalI I July 13-DeFunlsk Lions-7:00. parents of one daughter Cynthia

Outdoor Recreational Planning Communication Art. dent Wells Nelson. r For Marshal Freeport Lions-7:30.DeFunlak : Ann. Mrs. Maxwell (Patricia Gat-

Committee may see fit to Include He said this first dividend to am announcing: my candidacy City Council-7:30.: lln) is -the daughter of Mr. and

some public funds In their next For MarshalI depositors, paid 'at the rate of for City Marshal of DeFunlak I am asking the vote of the City Election Day-7:00-7:00.: : Mrs. O. S. Gatlin of this place.

budget for the beginning of this am a candidate for Marshalin 4 percent, amounted to $8,000.00. Springs. I hays: worked as a people of DeFunlak Springs for July 14-Klwsnis-12:15.:
development. I shall keep your the July 14 election and will policeman for' the city for two another term of Marshal on the C. of C. Board-7:00.:

Board fully advised In the monthsto appreciate your vote'and support. Mary J. Derrloty PromotedTo years. The people all know me ,basis of my past service to you. July 15-Pilots-12.-OO.: WeatherReport

come of the progress of this Born and reared in DeFuniak Lance Corporal In May and know what I stand for.I I feel the office need's a young So. Walton Lions-::15_

project." I Springs. completed Walton High Lance Corporal Mary J. Dor- will enforce the law fairly and and vigorous man, and I will July IS-Paxton Ruritan-::30. Date High Low Rain

married one daughter Linda Sue, riety. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.D. impartially, and with reason. continue: to enforce city ordinances DeFuniak Masons-7:30. July' t 90 08 .02

Cordially yours seven. I am the son of former r. Dorriety of the Steele On .July 14, vote for me and I fairly and without favoritism. 2 .1 67 .25

Thomas D, BaileyState policeman Harrison Howling. If Church Road, received this pro- will always be at your service I will continue to devote my NOTICE a 88 88 .10

{ Superintendent of the voters elect me as Marshal I motion In May. 1964. when needed. full time to the Job, and will .4 88 67 .21

Public Instruction of promise to be a fall-time law enforcement Lance Corporal Dorriety is Vote for and elect appreciate your vote and support There will be a meeting of Walton Q 92 88 .12

Florida and Secretatry, officer. serving with the U. S. Marine R. A. (JACK) BODIFORD on Tuesday. Respectfully, FFA Chapter, Thursday, July 8 >88) 60

State Board of Education HOWARD NOWXJNO Reserve In Cherry Point N. C. MARSHAL I M. J. (PETE) RICHARDS 18, 1964 at 730: p.m. 1 87 59i



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Indian Creek Baptist Church ; '* "" ;;-. : "..' '.,'.:-,,. :" 7'r:!!: :"," . ".; >-jH .' .. "!",... "'." ',' 'W :.
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Wilbur Kelly Pastor _; ::--W '. ,. . I .:.<:; .. y" .;i. .. ,."'t.+ ".:.... '\" '
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Santa Rosa Baptist Mission : : .#',:.: :: ,' : ...
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Rev. Marvin Taylor 3' .' l' 0< \ . ;, ..
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First Presbyterian Church . d .. : :
CIrcle Drive-CeFunlalc Spg., Fla y : .+. ,!! .. ,y n. ...., .. iI4iWI+ ,'
OayUT.. Threlkeld, Minister : ; '' ': < >:>
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Xucbee: V. Presbyterian Church "' 'f < ' '' y' ", .., .:.>. ,::. ,
rreeport Presbyterian CburcuOlendale t '' '' '' t { .
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Presbyterian Church ; -' ':' '''
Red Bay PresbyWriau CliUicli a.t a !; 1. .,.;,
.John M. Ash, Minister s c > :'

tfalnt Acatha's Episcopal Church 1 ;
Uev. George Milam f..

Tint Methodist Church .. : .: i 1 4+' .
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Clrel. 'Drlv.. West :N, : :iJ.

Rev. Sam Sblrah I,. s { = JH.
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Wesley; Memorial MethodistLire : a as v '
Oak Avenue f. w .aa. ..j;:}
Winston Jay Y qY f1t

Freeport and Portland 4 5: ; -0 1

Methodist Church EV te, :. ,-4.
J. D. Renfroe 4

Bruc. Methodist ch
J J. SnodgrassAlaqua r t ;o x .

Center Ridge Methodist 3 .

J. A. Anthony Jr. .. .
Darlington Methodist Church a K'? 3 .
Rev. C. C. Colvin t *;

Ponce de Leon Methodist Church ...... ..
Uev. C. C. Colvin ..

DeFuniak Springs First BapUatLlveoak 2 "' .< '
6c XUveuUi. Strtet s
W. O. WUlham, Pastor. }Pj ; "- ;+

Blast Baptist Church
Richard Bloodworth, Pastor :lf' x ;I' ', g .
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Baldwin Avenue BuptUt Church
W. Baldwin Avenue "1 f% a .,.
Rev. Wilbur F. Cotton Pastor ?

Ifertkalda Baptist Church ;
Rer. Glen Spence When I watch the stone mason at his trade . then I'm sure I can shape a stone. If . I had the right

L.Gaskin G. Johnson First'Baptist, PastorFreeport Church tools I If . I could apply just the right driving force I .: .... >
I But my stone always splinters, shatters. : I
> Baptist Church'(: I I
W. L. Clark Pastor F'}. j; It should be easier to shape the future. Tomorrow seems so formless, so pliable.
>Friendship Baptist Church .': I. Yet there are so many tools. Which to use? So,many kinds of force, of power. Which will shape, not destroy ,
C. Lester Weekly, Pastor .
; my hopes? '
Gaskin South Baptist Church
Rev. Tucker Aplin I am realizing fast that the vital tools 1 must be spiritual.1 My Church is training me to understand, to usa

Olendale Baptist Cburch them.
J. B. Birmingham, Pastor ,
d. And centuries of Christian heritage convince me that the driving force ought to be spiritual.1 A Power

Lime Stone Baptist Church that flows from God . is grasped by faith . and in the reverent. hands of dedicated men will shaperatherRev.
Cony Black, Pastor
't .: than shatter tomorrow. ,:; ;_ ,
New Harmony Baptist Church- ." \, _. ';,
Rev. Kenneth Kicklighter ..1 ...<* ',:

Oak Grove Baptist Churola.1.. f -.(. -'..e' THE: CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH
Kenneth Wadle, Pastor ,

Paxtoa BapUat Church I Tho Church is the greatest factor laxly and support the Church. They ;
Charles Kerby Pastor ," I on earth for the building of charac are: (1)) For his own sake. ((2)) For
Pleasant. Church ": ter and good citizenship.It is a storehis children'a sake. (3)) For the sake ,
Ridge Baptist
Rev. James Kinchin .>i I house of spiritual values. Without a of his community: and nation.: ((4) ,.
'j ; strong Church, neither democracy For the sake of the Church itself -"
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church nor civilization can survive. There which needs hia moral and material
Freeman Smith Pastor are four sound reasons why every support. Plan to go to church regularly
Bed Bay Baptist Church person should attend services regu and read' your Bible daily.
Rev. T. R. PadgettBmithwld
Copyright;18G4,Keistor Advertising Service,Inc..Straaburg,Va. -
Baptist Church
Rev. Ivan Martin
:' Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Caaejr Creek Baptist Church. I Chronicles I Chronicles Jeremiah Matthew :Matthew\ John John
Robert Knox, PPastor 28:11-21 29::10-19 :4-10 9:1.8 28::11.20 :9.18: 10:19.30

Clear Springs BapUat Chunk
Rev. J. L. Uarrla

Rev.Darlington Aubrey Baptist Todd Churefc These Religious Messages are Beina Published Each Week in the DeFuniak Herald Sponsored

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A. Whltaker Veteran's GasCompany Fisher 1 Hardware Co. Fisher's Pharmacy 1 Quality I.w. Store Charles M. PrescottWest

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Cary Richards: "If IT BURNS GAS-CALL. US"
711 LIVE OAK AVE. Piggly 1 Wiggly I A. B. Covell
Cluster Springs Baptist Church King & Co.
Harold Smith, Pastor Tl ORIGINAL 8.lf.Service CONTRACTORComander
FORD CAIN'SStandard Rivard Chevrolet
Mossy Head Baptist Mlssioa
1 Station
Floyd Garrvtt, Pastor Peoples I Water ServiceCompany
GAS OIL D a alley Furniture i Co. Funeral Company
Argyle Baptist Mission
Rev. Lee King Creel Ford Co. Home
Lake Stanley Baptist CburaR Gof Fs Ready To MERCER COMANDER. F. D. ;
.v. Harold R. Padgett Choctawhatchee r
Wear Store RITZ THEATRE Wisa Department
N. 9th 8T. Henry Koerber;: Electric Cooperative,
'Pleasant Valley Baptist Church "GET MORE OUT OF LIFE- Store
T. R. Padgett. Pastor Western AutoAssociate GO OUT TO A MOVIE" YOUR PURINA DEALfA Inc.

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LAWRENCE-RESPRESS D\ rI and Mrs. Wayne summ FOR SALE: Three /lH. p. Jphn
WEDDING ANNOUNCED .VM Entertain In Marianna son outboard. Excellent firming

I: SOCIAL ACTIVITIES I Miss Dolores Lawrence became I Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hugglns condition.: '_Ph. TW 83566.7:9.16pd '

the bride of Horace Respress of Smith, former residents of De FOR

YGatScn: scs..lMs'RS! : K9( Y;:**SiMP 9t.r A":jr sKftesr** eaaaKEMsa,.*, Ii Lake Wales on June 9, 1964 In 4v '.'. .f 1 AL.Y Funiak Springs, entertained Sun- cooks two SALE at: one WAFFLE IRON
a double ring ceremony. Mrs. ; day at a dinner honoring members time in gOOd
Respress is the daughter of Mr. of the family of the late .Mr. condition. Only $5.00 cash. Phone

'; x and Mrs. George C. Lawrence of end Mrs S. E. Huggins, of Free- 6.3791 after 8 p.m.

q Rt. 3, DeFuniak Springs. The i portt at their home on the Camp- FOR RENT: ONE BEDROOM

bridegroom Is the son of Mrs. a s a'sS .6 belltdn highway Marianna. brick cottage furnished with

Eva Respress of Lake Wales, Fla Dinner was served buffet style bath and television tile

and the late Mr. Edmon Respress ,,1 in their spacious kitchen and White Castle Court, J. D. antenna
4,. 189tc4 t Pastor Charles Kirby read the Game room to' 23 guests Swimming Ph. 4-2567.. Francis,
ceremony In the South Baptist! in their pool was enjoyed _
; ? Church at Gaskin. , > throughout the day. FOR SALE: NEW JANTZEN
'ev :
'pxt The bride was given In mar ( Those attending from DeFun- bathing suit, ladies size 26 waist
: r'ape' [!' by her father. Her dres*. Uk Springs were Dr. E. L. Hug- Bought new for $19.95, sell for

was street length, white Chantilly gins, Mr. and Mrs. Haynes Q.Huggins $10.00. Tried en, but never used
bee and crepe featured Ions and Mrs. May Huggin. Fh. TW 8-,;91 after 6 p.m.

sleeves] and shoulder length veil. Catts. .
'. f, $ SPECIAL I I
Amending the bride as matron I

of honor was Miss Gay] Law- ; : ;+v. 9, 3 v Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Garrett I COLD WAVES $6.50 and up
rence, sister of the Blake mak- HAIR CUTS $1.00
bride. She Jr. (Jendla ), are
jR4i wore a blue linen street length ing their home in Melbourne, Fla.vUiere ELIZABETH BEAUTY SALON
a dress with small hat and veil, and Mr. Garrett is employedwith Two operators to serve you.

carried a nosegay of red roses. the ilorida Highway Patrol. Elizabeth Winslctt

George (Butch) C. Lawrence Mrs. Ira McLeod was visitor Carolyn Schottroff

brother of the bride, wan best in Pensacola on Thursday of ;.ast Downtown 5th & Baldwin
man. Ring bearers were Chuck week. Ph. TW 6-3141 7:9tfchg:

and Cheryl Sims twin cousins of "' Mr. and Mrs. John F. IUud !I FOR SALE: WATER FRONT' '

the bride. _. '7Y' "OV .. worth had as their guest this lots, and wooded In lots. On
The brides' mother chose. brown weekend Mr. and Mrs. David I I Choctawhatchee

linen.I.... for her'_dress_ _, with____match-_ __ J Engagement Announced Bludworth and daughter of Gainor.vlllA I I Okaloosa-Walton Bay county; located line on in
ftftftft.V& :' and, Mr.. Jade Bludworthof vln., ...... .& _'I.r.____ ...u .
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whitecarnations.. TheAbride's ---- ---- -- ..
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Perdue of CUJJmaD.AJa. |l Box 259, Villa Tasso, Niceville"Florida.
: ; r grandmother, Mrs. Ella Sims, N. 5th St., DeFuniak Springs, announce Ala.The groom is a graduate of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Griswold'] .
wore navy blue, white accessoriesand the and Pam spent Friday in Pensa- .
.. .. ......_. .._ _.. __ .... her engagement of their Choctawhatchee high school Ft. .
.7. .V vm..., ,. _.....It-_,__;,>;0.>3.'''''''', Y<_ corsage was of white daughter Phyllis Ann Clifton to Walton Beach and attending Fla. I cola with the E. W. Sellars Lam FOR SALE: NEW BEDROOM

Miss Russ Mr. Zuber MarriedIn I traditional carnations. She also played the Mr. Phillip Martin, son of Mr. State Univ. at Tallahassee.The ily. ,'house, living room," diningroom

I I wedding music. Vocalist and Mrs. M. R. Martin of N. 6th wedding will be held In Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Venters kitchen, bath and half,

Beautiful CeremonyTrinity I was Miss Gwendolyn Cotton, St., DeFuniak Springs.The the Northside Baptist Church and children have returned from 1 FHA small down payment, call
who I
Her dress sang "I Love You Darling". bride Is a graduate of Wal- August 14th at 8 p.m. A reception Germany and are visiting Mr. collect MU 2-2950 or MU 2-4390,

Methodist Church. Elizabeth orchid and showered with ribbon of was white a pastel green with ton high school and employed i will follow in the church. Venters' parents Rev. and Mrs. I Crestview, Fla. 4:16tfchg:

N. C., was the scene of streamers tied with fler d'amor. corsage church carnations.The with the Southern Bell Telephoneand All friends and relatives are incited W. H. Venters. FOR RENT: THREE BEDroom

a beautiful wedding: on Sunday Miss Cheryl Russ atttended her with c'ndolias was beautifully and decorated Telegraph Co., in Mobile) I Miss Janice Clayton of Troy house. See Mr. or Mrs.
afternoon, June 14, 1964 at 4:00: sister as maid of honor. She green .'- State College was home with her Hugh
o'clock, when Mis Ellen Russ, wore a street length dress of mint ery. Bernice Caswell Marie Douglass Miss Mary Ann Strickland returned parents Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clay- Adams, Ph. TW 4-4011. 6lltfchg:

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. green cryitallne, fashioned simi- Following the ceremony Miss Mrs. Paul Teehn, Gladys home this week from a ton for the holidays. CASH FOR LATE MODEL

Russ, became the bride of Ray lar to that of the bride. She worea Ann Marguerite Boseman, Miss Jo Rogers, and Anna Rearcton of the trip to New York] and the World's FOR SALE: BEACH BUGGY cars, 1958 models up. Buying for

Allen Zuber, son of Mr. and Mrs. mint green veil headpiece, and and Adams Mrs. H. J. Peters, Pilot Club are attending the Pilot Fair and to Miami. cut down Chevrolet, motor runs Eastern and Miami markets. If
Mrs. '
Carey Stuart Zuber of Ponce de Grover Doseman, assisted International Convention in New Dr. and Mrs. B. J. Brown and good. See Cawthon
carried a bouquet' yellow roses in George a reception at the church. York at the Waldorf
Leon, Fla. children are vacationing in New phone TW 6-9461.
tied with yellow ribbons. After which Itpd James Hussey, TE 6-2271-8 ajn.
The Rev. Fred Davis officiatedat Bridesmaids were Miss Anna the couple left for I Hotel. They spent last weekendin York and the World's Fair. till 5:30 pjn 1231pd

the double-ring ceremony. The Russ, Mrs. Sheppy Edwards, sis- I a brief honeymoon trip. Washington D. C. where they Mr. and Mrs. Tommy White and WANTED TO BUY:: TWO Full
chancel of the church was lovely ters of the bride Miss Annette Mr. and Mrs. Respress will reside were met and escorted throughthe children of Thomasville, Ala. were size used boys bicycles. Also ATTENTION: LOGGERS AND

In a nutipal setting, the altar Zuber, sister of the groom. Mrs. in Lake Wales where he Is White House by Congressmanand visiting over the holidays with aluminum lawn lounge chairs. timber owners. We pay the top
,::es being filled with white Murray Barne. Miss Patricia employed as Investigator: for the Mrs. Bob Sikes. relatives and friends In DeFuniak Call TW 6-3791 after 0:30DEPREtaiON : p.m. price for hardwood logs and

dioli, white snap dragons and Boswell and Miss Loretta Smith [ police department. Mrs. Charles Howell, Judy, Springs.Mr. Umber. Free estimates. JACKSON
:. Seven-branced candelabra Norman James and Dennis are and Mrs. Wayne Bulger PRICES! WE VENEER CO. INC.. Laurel HUL
They wore yellow

wined with ivy completed the honor attendant, and carried bou- Mayo Fla., are spending a few with her slater Mrs. Charles K the weekend with relatives and cutters, $265.00 each. We> deliver Lowery, 4-3825. Florala, Ala..,,

...... -Yely setting. quets of yellow roses with mint days! with his mother Mrs. D. N Clark in Washington D. C. friends in DeFuniak Springs. free. SCOTT CTJRR DISCOUNT nights. 8:12tfchg.

Mrs. D. V. Dunham, organist, ribbons. Trotman. Miss Julia .Ann Cornelison of Mr. and Mrs. John Flournoyand FARMS Msj7, 'OII. Mississippi.
green Mrs. Eunice FOR SALE: ONE PIANO IN
Rachels and Mrs. Slocomb. Ala., spent last week Phon 7832917.
presented a program of nuptial children have returned home B:14-72pd:
Honorary bridesmaids
music were Silvia Moultrie, will join Mrs. here as guest of Miss Kay Ellis. after good condition. Call Tele. TW 4-
prior to the ceremony. At spending several at
Mrs. Bullard of days
the ceremony hour, Miss Abigail Virginia Autry- Moultrie's husband in Dover, Del. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chesser Sunnyside Beach. APARTMENT FOR RENT:: UnU 48701. 7:2,9pd:
vllle; Miss Glenda Hart of Eli-
for a visit. Fpent the holidays with their ted Farm Agency. Phone TW 4-
Hursey sang "O Perfect Love" Mr. V. R. Owen
zabethtown; Miss Sara Blackburnof was a visitor HELP WANTED: CUSTOMERS
and as benediction, "The Wed- Kim and Kenneth Hillard, chil- daughters In Rome, Ga. in Pensacola last 7831.
Lisbon; all cousins of the week. need service in Walton County or
dren of Mrs. and Mrs. J. Bute Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davis and
ding Prayer. Dr. and Mrs.
bride, and Miss Anne Allen. Hillard of New children Harley Smith and FOR SALE: USED REFRIQER DeFuniak Springs, full or part -
Orleans several
are spent days
The bride was given in family of Atlanta, visited Mr. and time.
mar- Little Miss Earn
Crystal Norris was ATOMS all $3.50 hourly and up.
% sizes all
visiting their prices.
grandparents, Mr. Seagrove. Ap-
riage by her father, W. L. Russ. flower girl. She was dressed in I ,.. Mrs. Richmond Smith over the For Information write Rawleigh
and Mrs. J. pliance Exchange 6 mi. South
She J. Hillard. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Seigler of of
was attired in floor
a length a costume identical to that of the FA-G-402003, Memphis Tenn.
wedding gown, which she made maid of I Dr. and Mrs- Adrien Rivard, Richmond Va., spent the week DeFuniak Springs on Hiway 331.7:2,9pd : ,
honor and carried 7:2,9,16,23,30pd
herself which featured a bodiceof white basket intertwined with a Jr., and little daughter, Ange- here with his parents, Mr. and BE YOURSELFI :

Alencon lace over satin scalloped mint ribbons. I line have returned to their home Mrs. L. F. Seiglet. ATTENTION LADIES: YOU
green in Atlanta after a visit with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Vickery UNCLAIMED REPAIRS: WE
neckline and lace sleevesextending Master Al Bridges ring am truly not an Old Time have can now buy LeRevell cosmeticsat
was three
Adrien Rivard Sr. at her homeon and children former residenu -of Singer Sewing Machines -
in points over the bearer and carried the rings on Tinker, that Burlies Beauty; Shop, locatedon
hands. The satin Peau de sole a white satin pillow. I Circle Drive. DeFuniak, spent Saturday and 1 did not even once play with repair bill were unclaimed. Pay Bay Avenue in DeFuniak
Mi, and Mrs. Christopher Sullivan here with friends. S14.63. These machines -
skirt Sunday
was made with unpressed The groom was attended by his toys. Springs. NQ need to go out of
pleats at the sides and back, and father, Carey Stuart Zuber, as were visitors in! Dothan Mrs. Ronnie Fannin was visitor But while this life I am passing Service are Manager in excellent: shape. Write town to buy this wonderful pro-

ended in a slight train. Her veil, best man. Ushers were Jerry Thursday. in Fort Walton on Thursdayof Please let me loiter and linger Vogue Sewing duct, stop in at Burlie's Beauty
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Pipoin' Sr. last week. Center 404 E. Wright St. Pen-
attached ;
to a crown of seed Tatum Terry Cain, Harvey Sas- | with the boys. Shop today. 7:2,9cbg:
pearls, was appliqued with lace and Billy Russ brother were weekend guests of Mr. and j Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Adkinson, sacola, Fla. S2: $-7:16chg:: .
ser of
Mrs. Wm. T. Fleming.Mrs. Jr. of Crestview visitors of The girls they have the real FOR SALE: NICE s BEDROOM
medallions. She carried a white the brides all of Elizabethtown. I were has..4o FOR BALr.. Ml.ari, n LIJV. ".., "" '-_..__ ._.__ .'.._16&V" _'-__ __...
Prayer book, topped with a white Mrs. Russ chose for her daugh Velma Hesler and chlll -. Mr. Macon Adkinson and family 35 -- ---- -- & '"' -.-._ .J.Io .u. anu
Seen husband And every thing else mm projector in carrying case, living Third house left
tcr's I accompanied her on Sunday of this week. to boot room. on
I wedding dress a navy blue shan-J Richard Hesler, to Denton. Tex. Mr. J. M. McKee was a visitor For everything just seems to with airquipt magazine and case, behind Tastee Freer in DeFuniak.
tung with pink accessories, last week. Mr. Healer will be attending in" Geneva last week. suit. sufficient for 828 slides. Com- Springs. Contact Mrs. W. C. Wells?
and wore a corsage of pink carne North Texas State Uni- Mrs. Lena McCollum plete outfit bought for $141.20, Jr. Ph MU 2-3228 in Crest-.
accompanied : -
tions. Mrs. Zuber, mother of the The girls when dressed still like brand
I are real new for
versity for the summer. Miss Elaine Cn.ulcy and only 7:2,9,16,23che-:
groom, wore a light blue pretty
fJ whipped 6500. Call TW 6-3791 after
Mrs. Wyndol Shaw and children Miss Pam Griswold to Montgo- 6
cream dress, with white With ,
proper clothes
accessories powder p.m. FOR SALE: LARGE DINING
I formally of Newport, Tenn., are mery, over the weekend. Elaine
and she j paint and
wore a corsage of such table and six chairs. Also a china
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Al-
and Pam will attend business
white carnations. I But while ;you thus HELP WANTED cabinet. See
I bert Shaw while her husband school there. parade our : FEMALE In. or call Oswald
Immediately following the cere- city' terviewer wanted for part-time Brown, TW 61918. .6:25tfchg.: :
:J. V. LAWSON. OWNER mony, the couple received in the j!lis working in Colombia S. America George Owen attended the 49th Don't expect of us boys anything telephone survey work. Give
Mrs. Shaw will return to her
annual convention of Kiwanis International
vestibule of the church. For traveling -I too much. hone number. Prefer LAWNS MOWED: CALL GIL-
home !in Alabama after her visit private
i held at the Sports
the bride changed into a -Harry Moore. line. Not a selling Job. Air mall LIS Douglass. TW 4-7467.
floral whipped with here.Mr. Arena in Los Angeles, June 28- letter Jun
WED.THURS.FR.SATURDAY cream white 18-Aug 27 chg.
accessories, and the orchid lifted : and Mrs. :J. J. Hillard Kim July 2. A total of about 16,000 LEGAL NOTICEIN experience education work .
from her Prayer book. Hillard. Mrs. Bill Hosay and Susan were on hand for the affair, one to and names of references DIANNE'S BEAUTY SHOP..
: American
Renee Hosay; have gone to of Kiwanis' largest. TUB CIRCUIT esearch Bur- invites
Following a COURT OF ;you now for- appointments -
I wedding trip to the WALTON : uea, Field Staff
mountains of Tennessee, Mr. and visit the Dr. Hlllards and the Among those from here attend- CIRCUIT: : OF COUNTY FLORIDA FIRST IN JUDICIAL Beltsville. Department where you'll be satisfiedwith
Mrs. Zuber will reside Eli-I'I J L. Hosay's In Nashville Te 1n.I ing the Geneva county Horse Club NO. S41 CHANCERY: Maryland. Itchg results. Ph. TW 6-5131 N.

i I t zabethtown. near I I I They will visit the Henry Hil- I in Hartford, Ala.. Saturday were WILLIAM W. ORIOOS MUST SELL Automata washer 9th Street. 6:23.72,9,16chg-:
lard's in Jackson, Tenn. Mrs. Bill and VS. Plaintiff.
Those attending the Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Spei
I II tlir from out of town were: and Hosay Is also picking up her son, children. Mr. and Mrs. Harold DOROTHY PAY ORIOOS. rugs couches, dishes ,lawn beds-, Faison And Ward
Bill Jr., who has been Sterl ant
visiting Carpenter and children, Mr. NOTICE APPEAR
Mrs. TO mower
Bobby Norris and children TO vacuum cleaner, chest of Water Wells and Pumps
with his grandparents in Nash- and children. DOROTHY FAY
of Greensboro<< Mr. t*, Ingram ORIOOS drawers, clothes
; and Mrs Allen Defendant herein size 10. 203
: terms Call collect
I Moss: and Miss Linda Farrell of ville.Mr. Among those from here attending you.. hereby notified that Scribner, corner Minnesota. Itpd I
Spring Hope; Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. John E. Reeves the all night sing in Bonifay, I aaaluat complaint for divorce ha been filed a Doe Fataen, Benlfay 547-2376

3 BIG FEATURE Moss of Rocky Mount; Mrs.Bobby Wil- and daughter from Eau Gallic are Saturday night were Mr. and Mrs. and cause you, In and the you above are named.. court FOR RENTS SMALL FURN. Wily Ward,'V.rnon'538.2168_
bert Evans of Lumberton visiting Mrs. Reeves' parents, Mr. Clarence Carpenter.Mr. aerve upon Plaintiff attorney required: to a house. 202 Circle Dr. Mrs Fred 4:1: I.10= 'pdWARNING
((1) Glad Hard of Pleasant Hill; and Mrs. Albert Shaw. Mrs. and Mrs. Woodrow DeShazo fen.copy..of on your or before answer or written de. Baker, Ph. 6-9511. 72cbgtt:
Mrs. the
SANDRA ; Reeves will be remembered as were visitors In Bonifay Saljr- August 1084, and to file day of
ME: PETER Helen the
Kennington and
FONDA son, Den- Virginia Shaw. thereof with the Clerk of original
gY nis Wilson, and Miss Anita Rush- day. !Herein fall not. or ad...*,...thU-_court__
ig all of Ponce de Leon Fla.: and you.your win t>e entered-herein'agalnat' : i

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown of Lex DONE and ORDERED at DeFuniak
ington. Springs. Florida thl. the 7th
Y tAeyMAMCALt71R I July. IBM. day 01
((2) Mrs. James Russ and Mrs. Fred Clerk of Circuit
: HOCK HUDSON-3 Sugg honored the wedding party, By Walton: Colleen: County McDonald, Florida: : I

guests and relatives with a cake W. Paul Thompson Deputy Clerk
"1i cutting in the fellowship hall of Of THOMPSON & 'WELLS

.)I'JATH mia the church Saturday night following HAROLD GOODWINMAYOR P.Attorney O. Boa for 87 Plaintiff

the wedding rehearsal. > DeFuniak
I i OPBilG.rES: A color scheme of green and 4ti July ...iNOTICE, ,.cFlortda

I white was used in the decora- TO
= la tae
The table was attractively Court. of the County Judge
arranged Walton
(3) with a bowl of white cut In In County Probate.Florida, City ordiance forbids riding of
re: Ktat
flowers in the center, and light Willie
THREE STOOGES green candles. A large arrangement To Claim AU Creditor. and Porous Deeeaaed.Hartns bicycles on sidewalks
or Demand in DeFuniak
of white cut flowers was Mates Acalnrt Said

GOES AROUND THE used on the piano and beautiful You and earth of you are hereby Springs.
magnolias noUfled and required to .
completed the decorations. preeent
olaUne any
WORLD IN A DAZE CITY OF DeFUNIAK SPRINGS either of and you demand, may have which against you. the or

The guests were greeted by of eetate...d of County Willie. to Wlsm.the deeeaesd. late
Mrs. Richard County Judge
Bridges.A of Walton County.
Florida .
SUN.MON.TUES.WED.tiREGORYTONY beautiful three tiered wed- office In the court houae or at aald hi Beginning

ding cake, topped with :a miniature within calendar DePunlak month Spring Florida Wednesday July 15.

t PECK and served bride and by :Mrs.groom W., was L. Russ cut Your vote and support in the July 14 demand bOU time_of. Two shall the copier fire be. in pubUcatlon of writing each, from claim of tola the or This ordinance will be strictly en

/ and Mrs. D. A. Hutchinson, after j eta to the place -r and aball
the bride-elect and groomelectrut office' addreae oot the adracn.-: : port and/ forced.
aball be
sworn' to by the _
/CAPTAIN the claimant
first slice. event attorney
NEWMAN.i Mrs. C. S. Zuber poured punch. election is solicited and will be sin- claim a ruins' fee of on.and dollar accompanied and" mien by
or demand not ao filed
Mints and nuts were also served. be void. ahailClyde

iUsfsf* ffHsBB POCjQJlN&E Assisting in serving were Mrs.' A I.. B.administrator Laird. -. HAROLD GOODWIN

ftCKINSON Robert Bourne and Mrs. Grace Mate of Willie of R lass the, N
cerely appreciated.
Coleman. deceaaed. I
t .a. >B. Well*
Mrs. Clyde Sadler of Mossy- P.Attorney O. Bos for 87DeFuniak Plaintiff I

head, was a visitor in Pensacolu: Sprint Florida
bat week. Pint publication July 9. IBM .

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aerniiYEB' &wrr 3eiafcdr. ' HERALD The "Thomas D. Bailey Park" Revival." ." At Beech GroveA Florida Merit and guidance, or who have may be obtained directly frOnt c
, THE -' The state park to be constructed in southern revival will begin at the Exams August 8 Atll-UBR this course atdi work counseling: and four-years lxpet'1eZiceYliroulQ Dunc1fn&the Florida Tallahassee.wuon Merit
Combined with THE BUEKZE Walton county, while made possible by beech Grove Church of God July Statewide'exattlnatlonll' ( "t To* : itobmlt a transcriptand
Defunlalc Springs:, Florida .: action taken by the Board of County Com- llth with Rev. and Mrs. doing John August 8 cover a variety of office application' by July 22 tot BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr.
Published Every Thursday: at missioners after the proposal was presentedto Floyd of Bainbridge, Ga. skills in state agencies served the August examination the. director -
DeTuniak Springs, Florida the preaching. at by the Florida Merit System* Laid1hA' and Mrs. Joe Bancroft Jr.
them by County Paul Thompson Services will begin nightly
Attorney invitationto end la addition qualrded' applicants Jla t>>eciafea employment of Miami. :Tie. are the proud
Cover Walton County Trading Are 7:15. Everyone has an
Completely will always be tribute to former the EMployMent parents of
a a attend these services. win be admitted to MTvfcw work rendering counseling a daughter Lisa An-
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico Walton resident and one who has helped Rev. Claude Sauls, Pastor Councelor X exWnlMrtlon : tfWrvic 't6r those in need of nette Bancroft, born June 24, 1904
Second-Class Postage PaidH. According to Florida: Merit vocational guidance carries alary' weighing 7 lb. 2 oz..
the in
county a great many important ways ANNOUNCEMENT Director Gerald L. HowelL ts*!*. from' $380 to $480
C. STORKS Publisher 1024-1963 over the years-State Superintendent Thomas I Commissary BIRTH 2nd Class and Residents who meet the pwsl-: per rriWitfr. Additional information FOR SALE: ONE PIANO IN
HOWARD STORKS, Editor, Publisher D. Bailey Mrs William. L. Squire (former tion's minimum quallcatlons of a and application blanks are good condition. Call Tele. TW: 4.
SUBSCRIPTION: Frances Reid) of Middle- college degree which included 15 available at local offices Of the 48701.
Mary T:2.9pd:
Mr. Bailey, since serving in the positionhe I
Walton and Adjoining Countles___$3.Qa Per yea town, R. I. .are the parents of a '---'''' '- --
holds has been instrumental in helping son, Wm. Randolph, born 20, 10fl
Utber __ _ __$3.80 Per Year
-? -- Naval Hospital,
hundreds of Walton county students to go at the Newport

on to college from high school and as a Newport Mr. Squire R. I.formally of Dunel-
Bible Verse
member of the state cabinet in voting to len, N. J., Is stationed aboard the Sample Ballot
But judgment shall return unto right establishing the park he was able to render U. S. S. Stlckell, homeported in
eousness: and all the upright in heart shall Newport.Mr. .
another service this county as well as carry-
? follow it.-Ps. 94:15 and Mrs. 1(. L. Reid. 1401
I ing out his duty as a cabinet officer by Live Oak Ave. are the maternal OFFICIAL BALLOT FOP COUNCILMAN.AT.LARGE
--oOo devoting this fine tract of land to its highestand I grandparents.FOR (Vote for One)
Gems of Thought-Circumstances best use. I GENERAL ELECTl6r* VEltNON COSSON

The circumstances of others seem good This tract, located on the Gulf of Mexico !house. 202 RENT Circle: SMALL Dr. Mrs.FURN.Fred July 14, 191! HEWETT LINDSEY
to us, while ours seem good to them.-Syrusc Baker Ph. 6-9511. 7:2chgtf: RD RICHARDS
embraces 356 acres and has a shoreline on CITY O0DeFUNiAK
< the Gulf of 5500 feet with 13,000 feet of ...Mit ----
Man\ is not the, creature of circumstance ..... u ,
lakefront wntprHne. The sand dunes along n FOR COUNCILMANWard
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circumstances: are the creatures of men.
the Gulf are from 20 to 25 feet high.It 1
Disraeli Instruction fp.Volltl1 ...W.... (Vote for One)

Circumstances never made the man do that 150,000 people will use the park during rrO* *AVOW B

right who'didn't do right-in spite of them. the first year of operation. f,
Kernahan The St. Andrews park 20 miles east has CECIL FOR COUNCILMAN'

lie is happy whose circumstances! suit year more than 100 familes a day were CHA =- _.. ---- CLYDE MORETZ .

his temper; but he is more excellent who turned away. ---..--.--- .- GLENN E. ROWE I R

can suit his temper to any circumstance. When work is completed plans, now tentative ;;aw'ft i K I I
Hume: call for roads leading to the beach (Vote for O4)' -

It its our relation to circumstances that stand, a" bathhouse first aid station beach 8595.00 El B Ward 3
(Vote for One) _
determines their influence over us. The ve- shelters.

ry same wind that carries one vessel to port There will be family over night camping PoR MARaMAL. C.NANCE- EI1F
1957 Chevrolet 4-Dr. (Vert.'f. On.) _
may blow another off shore.-BoveeoOo area with rest rooms wash rooms showers A.;.' ACK" IFORDHN
--- and recreation hall. S495.00 CEMETERY TRUtTEEV
DON SON ._ ( te for One) __ .
I shall be friend again with roses; J -
never There will be a picnic area with tables, iiOWAI NO WING L it.
I shall loathe sweet tunes, where a note grills, shelters, restrooms and more parking 1956 Ford 4-Door J. TE I RDS Tappaa .,E3

grown' strong space. There will be a boat launching ramp
Relents and-recoils,.and'climbs and closes) and a pier in the fresh water lake nd parking $195.00
As a wave of the sea turned back by song. for trailers.

There are sounds where the souls' delight The Florida Board of Parks and Historic BAKER CASWELL

takes fir* memorials plans to spend more than $200- -
Face to face with\ its own' desire; 000 during the first two years to get this MOTOR CO. .
A delight that rebels, a desire that reposes; construction completed. Income will be from

I shall hate sweet music my whole life a 50c a car fee for entrance a 75c fee for Free ParkingAir f ill CottwtloflCAWTMfO

long. boat launching and $1.50 per sit for overnight
The pulse of war and passion of wonder, camping. Conditioned Show Room StATE BANK

The heavens that. murmur, the sounds W. A. Coldwell park planner with the state Easy Terms .. .,.....
that shine, Florida
board designed three plans and presentedthem
Iliway U. S. 90 West
The stars that sing and the loves that thun- director who
to N. E. Miller, executive 3Sttiitr 1911
der, has been very muchinterested in the park, to : 1" .
burning at heart like wine ,.... ;> '
The music with entrances coming in from the Gray ton *.'t1
An armed archangel whose hands raise up side, from the north and from the Seagrove

i, All senses mixed in the spirit's cup side, with the statement that the Gray ton Cash and Dttb\ ftfcfe B Ink' $ 568,715.75

Till flesh and spirit are molten* in sunder- entrance is ':'probably the most desirable." I 0 UR. United'Stfctteft SMttHtfes 1,986,768.52
These things are over, and no ignore mine.A. all' Other Sectttfttei'
Rangers will be on duty at the park at Ifr";928.1 ,m, 1i.68
C. SwinburneoOo times. Loans and PtacoWits 6.BdB6.77
--- -- r 'r t Banking House Furniture and1 iftt\ww
This was the last state-owned acre-age rG : ; 18,984.12
Something Good Out of WarIt left undeveloped on the Gulf, and' this more-

is pretty well agreed that no nation than-a-mile of Gulf frontage is as fine ns 3303463.57
ever won a war-that everybody involved will he-found. Vyz M. O. "Buddy" Warren

in i one losses, but the GI Bill that came out We think-. fitting designation for the Liabilities

i .J of World War.II has, proved that good- can park, in recognitionof the aid he providedin Whether we like to believeit
(I come out of _al"'r.-evfls.. obtaining the park for the county, wouldbe or not, heart disease la Capital Stock 100000.00
to a great extent a byproductof
This is anniversary of the Bill and "Thomas D. Bailey Park' Surplus
-to name it'the prosperity. In short, the 100000.00
it is heartening, to see' what thas! been accomplished ------oOoKikow ----- I more and the better we eat, Undivided Profits 68,561.64 $ 268,561.64
'through this piece of legislation \ What You're Voting For I the uicker we go. Interest Collected but Not Earned 13418.26
in the of l letting<< these service men According to an expert on
way Deposits
Vote" campaigns are
The "Get Out the the grim killer of the 20th 3013495.80
get educations'they could not have afforded beginning as November approaches. ',One Century, coronary risks are Certified( Offlcer.r-'CJ reesla'OtherF 7948.0!

without this help and in the homes they attractive leaflet Is entitled "Just One Vote" more those than who one can of lay the claim follow-to LBlbilil1As 39:7: *

t have been able to own. and is aimed squarely at the eligible voters ing: ((1)) High blood pressure
In fact, we can't think of anything that who stay away from the polls. And they ((2) High cholesterol; (3) Diabetes 3303463.57
has done more to change the way of life of disgracefully large number. In ; ((4)) Obesity; ((5)) Kidney i
amount to I disease; ((6) Heavy smoking; a .
the REA which .
J ( so many people, except gave 1960 a presidential election year more thana ((7)) Tension. - -- -

electricity to so many farms, and by so do- third of the voters failed to exercise their I Speaking of tension reminds = -=-=- - .
ing, gave them all the advantages, conven- right of franchise-a right which is at the i us-there will be no --=
cause for tension when
and comfort of urban living withouta you
iences very heart representative government and. take your prescriptions to
great many of the disadvantages. free society. In the off-year elections of Service Drug Company. Our Statement
a of Condition
This.GLBill,.signed into law by President 1962 the showing was worse still, with more: (thoroughly service Is fast accurate, efficient at Ser-and

Roose 1t' just after the Normandy beach- than half of the eligible voters staying vice Drug Company. TI1& FIRST NATIONAL BANK

head1!Was secured; provided the same bene- away from the polls.=' DeFUNIAK SPRINGS
fits to veterans that had been provided after How important is one vote? It can actually Ladles This,week's household hint: FLORIDAAt
you can put straight
World-War I, but it also provided loansto determine the result. In recent elections, a pins through coarse material the Ck ..r Btttfatem I June 30, 1964

boy homes and educational allowances.The mayor, a city treasurer, a councilman and easier if you first wet and
bid was passed unanimously in both the as ''state legislator won office by just that soap stick them through'a bar of Loans and Discounts

IIbuea'and'the' Senate, and since that timeit margin. And moving up the ladder, the late Overdrafts $2,123,612.08
has Helped build more than six million President Kennedy's plurality in 19GO was U I Banking .House 719.49

homes, but the even better ,thing about it less than one vote per precinct. His marginof Furniture" and Fixtures 27,173.52

was the educational allowances which permUted victory was less than 120.000 votes out Ornamental IrOoWork t Stock Federal Reserve Bank 29,899.33

more than two million ex-servicemen of almost! C9 million cast. United States Government Bonds 6,000.00
\' to go to college. Almost half of all veter- So murh for facts and figures. Another Shop Located At Gaskin Other Bonds and Securitiaa- .- 2225383.66

4. ass went to school of some kind. This mea- point needs strersing. The country doesn't Cash and Due from'Bfcfefe*. 921,161.77

f, sure gave on-the-job training to nearly a need "Just Vottt.: ,,". It needs "Informed Other Assets 1,064,347.51
million and a half, and from training tofl Votvrs-men nnd women who study the issue 283.11

700,000 men. .'* and the positions of the candidates, all TOTAL >"i '- lG.47

Due to this bill, we now have in this coun- the way from town and country to Capitol w..iks. -

jtry> through their college training, 450,000"engineers Hill 1'the White House and know exactlywhat Capital ...

180.00O doctors, 300,000 school they are voting for. Surplus ()( +
:teachers 150,000 scientists 107,000 law- So--vote, and vote intelligently for the UndivH 1 rtfefH* 15b,00tM

{ .t fyers, and amidst a host of others, more than people and the principles you believe in. Reserve'fbr .IJ 1.5 24CRMJW;
Reserve fb* TAirrir" yh ,,,
businessmen. -oOo -----
\700,000 ,. l." att
?f"i* The Veterans Administration has figuredit Already time is nibbling away at the All Work Ct........ Reserve' for thtefSBT CMt9lllHf tfMMitta U-"r1' "

out that the bill is now paying for itselfrat daylight hours, and one closely enough at- Deposits Liabilitte 584t1T5.19'

close' to one billion dollars a year in in- tunted to nature is able to detect the first CampbcUWefdingRt. Other 36.45

a ed income.taxes due to the addititonal feeling of fall in the air, the shorter days, 3. Box 143, DeFunlak Sprinff TOTAL
.j power of those who benefitted from the feeling of another year passing by, and Florida Phone Florala 4-Mtl $6,398,580.47TdL1UME
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Our Men I I JAMES G. MELVIN, aviation -crewmembers: will have an opportunity support to the Third Marine Division -was-recently promoted at Camp SING AT CANEY CREEK Students from DeFuniak
t'ctrlcian's!! ( mate third class, I l to visit ports In France Springs who made honorable
. at Okinawa In their field Lejeune. ; N. C.
; In Service o'SN. son of Mr and Mrs. James and Greece as well as Italy. problem. and training operations The regular second Sunday mention at Troy State College
J JJ S. Melvin of Route 1, Freeport I, I I as part of America's Force in He is serving with the Third Sine at Caney Creek will be held during the spring quarter, are
recently visited Naples, Italy JAMES F. McLEAN. Marines'I'the Far East. Sergeant McLean Battalion, Second Marine Division Sunday July 12, beginning at Penelope Moore'and Donna Gail
aboard the attack aircraft
Navy Richards.
Sergeant James F. McLean son entered the service in January Fleet Marine Force, basedat 1:30.: A cordial Invitation to all
carrier USS Franklin D. Roosevelt of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd G. McLean' 1034. As memberof Raymcnd Lance Hall Jr. and
Camp Lejeune. a interested to attend.
t operating: with the Sixth of Freeport, was promoted to his the division he participated: in James Kelley Hall of Clanton
r Fleet in (he Mediterranean. present rank June 16, while serv- WILLIAM T. JOHNSON Mar- amphibious training exercises on Ala., end Charles Edward Williamson -
WhiJe serving with the Sixth ing with' Marine Air Base Jr. and Ann
Squadron Cynthia
ine at
I Lance Corporal William T. the shores of Onslow Beach CARD OF THANKSWe
1i Fleet Roosevelt is the hub of a II, Marine Aircraft Group 11, Johnson son of Mr. and Mrs. Camp Lejeune, in the Caribbean, Williamson of Montgomery, are
lest: carrier striking force corn n unit of the First Marine Air- spending the week with their
1b Toney D. Johnson of Freeport, and in the Mcdltt"rranean.I wish to express thanks to
ffccd of surface, sub-surface and craft Wing at the Naval Air Sta- all grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellison .-
i for their many thoughtful acts
air unites designed to launch a tion, Atsugi, Japan. Hall.
and kind of sympathy -
ta r full scale attack from their position The First Marine Aircraft at the expressions time of the loss of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Irvine are
In the Mediterranean. Her Wing's mission is to give aerial our loved one, and for the many spending the 4th of July holidaysat
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.. lovely flowers. They are all sin Grayton Beach.
.-'-" :r Pauline Hodges has returnedfrom
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KENNETH t). BROOKS, son of
Mrs. Thelma Brooks of 329 W Fri., July 10 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m:
A" Hutchinson Kan has been
promoted to 1 HhnicaL; '' sergeant in Mr- A. W. Pigott, certified( Hearing Consultant WITH A
the U. S. Air Force at Patrick
AFB Fla.Sergeant. Will Give FREE .'
Brooks I 15 on aircraft SD 84 Hearing Analysis. BRIDAL SETfrom
instrument maintenance technician -
in a unit that supports the Inspection and adjustments of any model hearingaid.
Air Foice Systems Command mis- .
I sion of research, development and
testing of Air Force planes and DELIVERY FAST CREDIT EASY TERMS! And demonstrating Belt one's World Famous Hearing RHODES
missile systems.The Aids and Hearing Glasses.
sergeant, whose father U
Harry I. Brooks of 4001 N.W. 23th CREEL FORD CO. INC.
St, Oklahoma City, Is. a graduateof If unable to come, Call for home appoint-

Hutchinson High School. FLORIDA. ment. For your convenience, Fresh Bat-
His wife, Agnes, is the daughterof DeFUNXAK. SPRINGS,
Mrs. Essie L.. Glllls of 306 N. ., teries and Accessories. See 0r selection of r-l f,
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I Mix' Francie Mae Evans. lea Anderson. McDonald of Panama City are I I Miss, .Julia Strickland waa a Mrv.. Pianc'" tar Florence' of Gray-I loo, Ala. He was married to tae
Washington: Mis Louise Barrett of Sea- Mr. and Mrs. Van Ness Butler I the proud parents of a little girl,JI business visitor in Fort Walton I ton Beach, and Mrs. Edith Bur- former Temple Russ old time resident -
And The BeachesMr. )grove Beach and Mrs. Edith Bur- ond children Donna and Van Karen Marie. J I Wednesday. lison spent Wednesday in Panama', of Bunker.
Uson spent Tuesday in Panama Ness III spent the 4th of July Mr and Mrs. Robert Tarraoee I
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burllson City. weekend with relatives at Gray- City.We regret to report the death of DeFunlak, spent Tuesday afternoon -
and granddaughter Teressa Butler Mr and Mrs. Max Kilbourne ton Beach of Mr. Crady Wesson of Water- with the Roy Burllson".

spent Friday with the Bob end Simeon spent Tuesday in De- Major and Mrs. Paul Wilcox
and children of Maxwell AFB, --
Tarrance In DeFunlak Funiak Springs.Mrs.
Ala., the houseguests of Mr.,
A-3C John Saltsman of Lowry Harold Bailer and chil- '
and Mrs. R. O Saltsman last
AFBB. Colo. spent 12 days leave dren Jill and Robin Mrs. Olllic week. I
with his parents, leaving for his Sue Godwin and children Old and
Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Bert
base Sunday. Gay and Mrs. Evle Saltsman were I FOR SALEModem
Mr. and Mrs. Bob White and shopping in Fort Walton BeachTuesday

children of New Orleans, enjoyed LEGAL NOTICEIN WllyNo . .
vacation last week at Pt Wash- Mrs. Francis Florence has returned -

ington. to her Grayton Beach Bedroom Home and 12.5
after spending several days IN TIIB CIRCUIT COURT 2
Beck and Miss home friends
Mrs. Chris lilT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT join
Frances Strickland motored to in Pensacola with her sistfef.MM. IN AND FOR, WALTON your Acres of Land on Pretty Pond 6
and chil- r (
Birmingham Saturday June 27th Albert Butler IN CHANCERY MO.D:33aBAND
and were accompanied home by dren, Ned, Regina and Teressa P. INC. and. neighbors Miles from DcFuniak near Lake
Mrs. Beck's son Billy Beck, who were business visitors In Fort a corporation Plaintiff ..

will make his home here for a Walton Wednesday.Mr. Jones -JAMES VS.- C. TOWNSEND and Juniper, 2 Baths, Built in Stove and
*hile. and Mrs. Preston
Bob Coombs, who is taking Of- hEad as their guests over the 4th TOWN8ENODefendant: in 'getting better than average Oven. ...._
ficers Training, spent last week of July her sons, John and Char- Notice ta NOTICE hereby given Or BALK that!: pursuant
here with his wife, the former to a final decree, of forrrlomira enteredIn dividends on your savings.Our .
the circuit Court of Walton County.
Florida, case therein pendingwherein PRICE $17,500.00
B an'd f, Inc, 1* the plaintiffand
James C Townaend and Loretta

HONEST SOBER docket Townsend belDIi are No.defendants 8332 I will the offer case for First dividend of 4% paidas CONTACT TROY L. SIMMONS
ale dc at public outcry to the of June 30 to all
highest :: bidder during the legal savers
Vote hour of sale on July 20th. 1064, at the
front door of the Courthouse In De-
Punlak Springs, Florida. .., the toll ow- .r 0 .BOX 509
Inn described mortgaged property; Funds received before the 10th of any month
situate In Walton County Florida: DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA
JOHN B. DONALDSON Beginning at the Southwest Corner draw from the first. ,
of the Southeast Quarter: of
the Northeast Quarter of Section
_ 22 Township 1 South Range 21
West thence Easterly along the
FOR YOUR South boundary of the amid 8E'4
of NE4" of Section 22. 420 feet
hence North 210 feet, thence West .
420 feet and South 210 feet to
Town MarshalYOUR the point of beginning The said "
parcel lying and being In Section FEDERAL '
22. Township 1 Southt Range 21 BRING TO LIFE 1
West In Walton County Florida.
APPRECIATED Deed .at cost of and Loan AssociationNelson e- i
VOTE WILL BE my hand and official seal
of this Court, this 6 day of July 1904E AT** - Phone TW 4-2321
SEAL) Clerk. Circuit Court DeFunlak Springs Florida
Walton County Florida
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS ors deer court. Herein therein pending In which Fisher r-- .t
LEGAL NOTICES riXMUBA." sVCATUTIU OOI1feaeo WW pp doter Hardware Company was Plaintiff and
la Uae Court of the ceunty J.".. ed herein Johnnlo Adams alias Johnny Adam
Walton County.. Florida DONE rTS1UORDE in ** Derunlak was defendant and have levied on
la ("...... Springs.! Florida this the 30 day of and will sell at public u ne:1\
IN In Estate Jun. 1MM. best bidder. for In
WAL'lUN UUNTYTFLORWA re: of highest. and
FUR Fialr JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Charles Edward< Nelson. .K. LEO ANDREWS front of the court house door In FOR ALL, YOUR DRUG AND
Deceased Clerk of the Circuit Court DeFunlaK Springs Florida during legal
IN CHAN CUt: NO.' MMCM. Ts AU Creditors and Persons. Having of Walton County. Florida bows of sale on July. 27. 1964 the
WILLIE: FRANK'/ Claim .r Demand. Against Said By: 19. Adkln.on, Deputy Cl.rk followlptr described property to wit: PRESCRIPTION NEEDS
plalntut bstatet Clydft B. Wells One 18V Pontlnc. 4 Door Sedan
VB.3CkL18SA. You and each of you are hereby of THOMPSON-WBXLH Br-T'ftl' NO. A8XH13M3 Tag No.
; MoCVLLOIIOHDeL enfant. notified and required to present anyclaims Attorneys for plaintiff 3fiW-1836
and demands which you or McLean Bids. P. O. Box 87 Bill of I
NOTICE TO APPEAR either of have the : Florida SHowardCoeAndy'puAnderrsonlSheriff
TO: MKLISJaA: McCUlXOUOll LEE estate of u.l.a'-a. = deceased DeEluriai108prkings.! : Walton County.
You are hereby notlliect that an .. late of said County tobe'- 4fJuly 2. 9. 1C. 23
amended complaint for divorce baa County Judge of Walton County. Florida IN THE COUNTY .UI GE'II COURT
been tiled against you in the above at hi* office in the court Douse:I OF WALTON COUNTY FLORIDA ATTENTION: LOGGERS AND
named cause, and you arreaulred of said County at DeFunlak Spring IN RE: ESTATE: : OF RODNEY H
tutaerve upon Plaintiff attorney Florida within six calendar month* MITCHELL. deceased. timber owners. We pay the top Iing's Rexallrugs
a copy of your answer or from the tme of the first publicationof NOTICE TO CREDITORS prices tor hardwood logs and
written defenses on or before th. this Dotloe. Two copies of each All creditors of th. estate of Rodney
25th day of July 1904. and to Xile the clfLtm or demand shall be in writing, H. Mitchell deceased are herby notl timber. Free estimates. JACKSON
original thereof with the Clerk of thisoourt. and .1..f residence fled and required to file any claimsor VENEER CO. INC., Laurel Kill
Herein fall not or a Decree and post office address of th. claimant demands which they may have
pro Conteaoo will b. entered against and shall be sworn to by the claimant : -', against said estate In the office of Fla. Phone 2105 days, or Louis
his agent or his attorney and accompanleu the County' Judge of Walton County Lowery, <4-3825< Florala, Ala.,
iJoNE AND ORDERED at DeFunlak by a filing. fee of on. Florida. In the courthouse at DeFun 3:12tfchg.
Spring, Florida, this 24: day of June dollar and such claim or demand not lak Springs Florida, within six calendar nights. :
so filed shall be void.Clarence.
months from the data of the
fsttli) E. Leo Andrew Arthur Nelson first publication of this. notice. Each UNCLAIMED REPAIRS: WE
Clerk of Circuit Court of As Administrator of the claim or demand must be In writing have three Singer Sewing Mach- COSMETICS. GIFTS AND CARDS
Walton County. Florida Kstate: of Chnrles Edward: anrr'let state the place of resl1 -
By Iva Adkiuson. Deputy Clerk Nel. iou, ......'..s..d. "r '' post-office address of the ines that were unclaimed. Pay
Clyde B. Wells By Clyde B. Wells1'honrpsun ..11\-' and must be sworn to by repair bill $14.63. These mach-
THOMPSON: ft: WELLS &I Wellsnbtorucys 1 the cuimnnt Ms agent or his attorney
of Attorney for Plaintiff ftt Law or it will bocnme void according ines are in excellent shape. Write -- FOR ALL OCCASIONS --
McLean Bldg P. O. Box 87 Liefuuiak springs. Florida to law. Service Manager, Vogue Sewing
First publication June 1M4
Floilda4t 18. June ( 1904.
:June 25 Springs.. July 2, 0, 16 4t-June 18. 2s. July 2. 9 I 3thB Joyce Mitchell Center 404 E. Wright St.. Pen-
I Administrator of the estate of Phone TW 4.2281
I NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Rodney H. Mitchell deceased
NOTICE OF CCNtttAI Notice Is hereby given that I. How First publication on July 2. lINKNOTICE
The regular annual election of City ard -Andy" Anrlereoo. Sheriff of Wal. i 4f JulyZ,910.23
officers If and for the City of De- ton County Florida by virtu* of an
FuniaK Eorin"'lor1da., will be held execution Issued from tne Circuit FOR BIDS DeFUNLAK SPRINGS FLORIDA
in the building: between Casey'sLaundry Court of Walton County en April 7, NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT ,
and the Spikes Grocery on 1B64 In those certain causes therein THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. -
Live Oak Avenue and In the City pending. in which Klvard Chevrolet Walton County. Florida,
Hall precinct In the fire station July Oompay was Plaintiff: and O. D. Williams will receive scaled bids until 10:OOAM t HALFSIZES
14 1 84, between the hour of 7:00ISonKemland00S and Margaret Williams were defendants C. S T., on Tuesday. July 14th I: __
. : . anal nave levied on and 1964 at their office in the CourtHouse _
u.l'ed by the City at publla Auction to lb. high In DeFunlak Springs Florida - -. -- - - --- -
Council lu special session this 18 day :.1fJ best bidder for cash In front for the following
of June 1904. of the court house door In DePunlak Not less than descriptions) and &p .- illJL- .- --
sybie. Neel Springs" Florida during legal hour specifications as follows: .
City Clerk of sale on July 13, 1004. the following 1-3-4 Ton Pickup Truck Cab and
' 2t.:July 2, 9 described property to wits Chassis .He DPi a Cyl Engine
On. 1960. 6 cylinder Chevrolet Pick 7no x e" Tube Type TiresSpare to -
NOTICL OF SHERIFF'S BALE up Truck. Model No. K14O4. Manufacturer's Wheel: and Tire same alee
Notice is hereby given that I, How Serial No. OKI44A 112855. Automatic Transmission r .155..0.
aid Andy Anderson sheriff of Walton Bill of Sale at Cost of purchaser. Alternator makeyou WORK FIX-1T WONDERS
County I'lorldlby virtue of an Howard "Andy Anderson H. D. Shock Absorbers Rear
execution Issued from the Small Sheriff. Walton County H. D. Springs Rear 64ip q with this AMAZING NEW
Claims Court of Walton County on 41.1: June I*. 20. July 2. .0 Turn Indicators front and rear I "DRAGON"ioI
February 29. 1064 In those certain Oil Filter and Oil Bath Air Cleaner
causes therein pending In which IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF WALTON Truck painted Red ( PLASTIC TREATED FABRIC
Lamar Bowers, d-b-a Highway: Super COUNTY FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT The Board reserves the tight to HEDGE TRIMMER\
Service, IJerunlak Springs Florida was OF FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO. 414 reject any and all bids. look
Plaintiff and H. H (Hub) Davidsonwas CHRISTIAN: KITTURAH Immediate Delivery.This e fixed, an position handle,
defendant ad nave levied on by order of the Board of e lightweighte '
and will sell at public auction to the BZCAEPANSKI.Plaintiff.. County Commissioners. of Walton twice /
highest and best bidder for cash In VS.- County. Florida In regular session on 13 V4 hardened cutting blade _
front of the court house door In De RAYMOND O. SZCZKPAN8KI.Defendant.. the ftth day of June A. D. 1864.
Funlak Springs. Florida during legal Kylea Laird, Chairman as Exclusive hsndle design' gives firm natural !
hours of sale on July 27. 1904 th.following NOTICE TO APPEARTO Board of County. Commissioners t1 grip balanced' control In ell position. .
described property, to wit: I : RAYMOND O 8ZCZEPANSKI!: Walton County Florida2t Twig-Interlock; tooth design for even cutting 47 1Q
One Used (About 1052 or 1953)Ford ) Defendant herein: :July 2,9NOTICE .
lovely -no slips Saves hours of time. .k '
dual Wheel Truck with cab You are hereby notified that a suit givesneater
for !: OF SHERIFF'S SALE look to shrubs and hedges, :
and wooden body. Serial No. divorce has been filed against you $24.95
F50R3A 18818. Wheel base 154 In the Above-named court and cause Notice. Is hereby given that I, Howard -
Inches'. and you are required to serve upon "Andy" Anderson. Sheriff of Walton
BUI of.'Sale at Cost of purchaser Plaintiff's attorney a copy of your County. Florida by virtue of an
Howard "Andy" Anderson answer or written defenses on or execution Issued from the Bsoell
Sheriff. Walton County. before the list day Ottbii 1004, and Claims Court of Walton County on
July: 9.19.23: to file the original with the June 23. 1004 In those certain causes GOFF'SUeadyToWear


a a AIMIES '.rilL.OUT"

dealers sell PRUNING SHEARS ...... us
Chevrolet more (Open: Thursday P.M.& ) ;

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than anybody PLASTIC '
cars Power-bits pruning shears ""km DO

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Because they sell great cars ..n"l _. effort.thumb Handy lock. 3.rO:: WASHER

First National Repairs Loge Mete, Leah.
and Rusted Out Areas

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M Insurance Agency Deteriorate*

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MARINE CASUALTY el aseeey savlafl
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BONDS w AUTOMOBILE ""RioIN8URANCI' rti j . '* e. easy te r
easy Whit. I ...IfClaa -selderleg. sets*
Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe line.g49. ikei. Uses ever*'.

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drop doM It HI wttt PUsUo

Insurance Agency 2.95 Lock Washer new mlraeto nut
ChevMe Malibu Sport Coupe .
1TImW hoft.w'U bolt, crew Miluit Just apply a
Kg p drop to Sit any wood er metal

: ....: AUTOMOBILE FIRE e r 0 Sttblode*. ftitenar. Vihntkm won't stake. it
botched arid ..froted '....setetl.ct.dEpeb.qstrela.(( .

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Real Estate since 1900 =....oN Kerke twlfl

( clad reovee. without ia-

Chew H Nova Sport Coupe c New Location CHROME PLATED (IltCU1ARSAW.lADES )PUidbla vry > gratt steel root tinoa,

Lake) Stanley I bck.d ta rigid brae*
'. 0m.. Cut off, rip, combination,
*ia fine volte.
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II : DeFuniak Springs, Fla. I planer*,flooring and apsiclal

I, 'tr plywood cutting tow are $2.25
all available In ..lx*)s 5V4" to
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; 12T. Each blade .to long fart woRlc'aSTRONGESTrfurR
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Chevrolet has brought a whole new kindVhether you're gobbling up a tracks hill in Money,. Too! NEW! wM.. i

II making
Chevy or
of excitement to everyday driving this a thrifty
of and on a sandy beach with a rear-engined Wny not save some of CUT GRASS SHEARS
year-with 6 different lines cars hard-earned dollars GS40 DRAW :!!
Corvair, you 11 feel it.Impala your t i

45 And different whether're cushioned in the So why not atop in at your Chevrolet with a policy on :your Crisper cutting action with I.. I' :: f

luxurious Chevrolet dealer's soon and see what we mean. home that covers fire, effort. Cushioned grips forcomfort. E a" 'J
bucket seat of a wuii
Super Sport or behind And don't be surprised if you theft, liability, windstorm OJdto .
neighbor there. Moreyou'll other
see your many
the wheel of the roomy ,
people do. risks. Not the slightest
feel it. 3.50
obligation in giving us a u Lr&EACa
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