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: August 6, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 106, no. 20 (May 20, 1993)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028316
Volume ID: VID00240
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
oclc - 33857908
alephbibnum - 002059593
lccn - sn 95047382
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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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are reminded that I tinued. This points up the urgency .,
slates of nominee for membership in getting out the greatest possible -. "yYOLUDfE
on ASC community commit- percentage: of farmers in

tees are being established at the community elections so that the .. .... . :---0j .
ASCS County Office. And a *r e- committeemen: they select will --"') .... ,' .
cial effort being made to secure more nearly represent the thinking -j c..;.. n--o .. tIo
the ereatest'pouibJe participation f of farmers..*
c> a majority
of eligible. voters ''n the A "farmer eligible to vote in I 72-PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY T TNJAK-- SPRINGS. FLORIDA AUGU ST 6. 1961 r ji"e Number 35I

tion. the committee elections." accordIng Squaws And Coaches Finishing- Touches On s
Fred Spann. chairman Agricultural to the chairman is generally
Stabilization and Conservation a farmer who is taking part or Ask For Support, Big FSU Stadium SuccessfulSummerP1

County Committee, said is eligible to take part in one Expresspprecintion -Will Seat 40,500 ogram fl
farmers who are eligible *o vote or more of the nation! farm pro-
In the committee elections also -
prams which the ASC committee
have the right to nominate as helps to administer. A person eligible As the playing season for baseball Finishing touches are being
candidates for committee imm- to hold office as a commlt- draws to a close the soft. added to a major league footbal i Enters Last Weeks Activities
"bership any farme wrho Is eligible teeman-among other qualifications ball season really begins to swing. stadium at Florida State )
4 and willing to serv. Such -is a local resident who is I In the past softball was a school sity. UDIV..I
petitions signed by six or more eligible to vote in the election. recreation and organized teams Construction= .has rr. .ved i i
eligible voters may be filed at Further Information on tl-ese and were few in number. Now even since it began last prlng, and the I
the county office any time before ether qualifications may, be obtAined the smallest cities and towns expansion of Doak Campbell Stadium Parole> Supervisor Installation Of Officer. I The Summer > chmenpro
August 12. the deadline date. : from the ASCS county of- have at least one team sometimes should be completed well in i I gram enters tie final two weeks
Additional nominations may be two or three. advance of the Seminoles* home paned for Area The iioU s\rrm.ion cnaptvr., Una week. 'this program hat btenvery

made by the incumbent ASC community fice.The election of ASC community This active sport is not confined opener with ,New Mexico Stat. truer: 04 iscfttouiy wui nv.. uii .U" n.&ul to lisle with a

and county committee: ; If committees: throughout Walton to men and boys but is University on October 3. Howard Young has been appointed uuiMUuii ol oiitcer on auuuay., large number of children participating -
these are required or determined county will be held by mall between enjoyed by both women and girls. The Tallahassee Chamber of parole anu probation nutust e, 1..... me u ii ;ers: ui in all the activities.

desirable. August 21 and September The game of softball provides a Commerce U- staging an all-out .up vr visor, working. in uus area, uv Instants are The Pony League buscoall boys
./ "We want the best men avail- 1. Boundaries of the three communities stimulating way to keep In shape drive to "Pack the Stadium" that uut wiun ..nu.eul. iu. time to be AI..ler.uu..c..ur.. Dennis. Kin completed their schedule last
"able to" serve 1m.our ASC com- are: get to know new people learnto night It will -Stadium Appreciation pent in Yvauoti county ."Y.; avaior Couniuor boo lltrcKw. week the season was culminated

mittees; Chairman Spann declared East Community include all work as a group and to per- N i E h t" at Florida aouiitf is a IVtU &.a.suat. ot ., Junior councilor, '...>ioi. with an allstar'game in t rest.
tlP'" "because the committee farms East of the Freeport Highway tom, a public service' by enter- Stat. University, and an attempt rloriu Mate \Ju"wral.neS ull\l'U'< cnplaui, i>ou_ Woouiuu view on Friday evuning. In regular -
system is the backbone of farmprograms and East of the Glendale I taming. many ball game enthusiasts will be made to draw football fans ,>iior to his appointment serve i ovnior: i>eat.oii, ,dun" ikowen.; juitotvwaru season play Walton ie-

those dealing wnn Highway to Sliver Slipper and JOlaner the regular ball from Florida. Georgia and Alabama .. juveitiie coumeior wltn the Lot ue.aJI" bU\Cn rlackelt. beruw lated Laurel illu in a double-
conservation of soil and water South of the Highvay from Sll season Is over. More and more I to see the Seminoles play' ioui.vy court system in Ottalooaatouniy. jonn n. uiuis, ,auiiio" i header .last Monday afternoon by
as well as the price support activities ser Slipper to Darlington. cities and towns are organising: their first game in the remodeled \. but bodcnjuisi. ; .tar_ I the scores of :3-1 and ".2. On
in various commodities. In Jackson Still Community in- I teams of men and women boys I arena which will seat 40.600 lie *a a native of Jackson coun- .stet i, Jiinnxy Uarrvii, Claimant Tuesday night Walton defeated

the last couple of years, the farm- .lude* all farms firm the Wes and girls' whose common Interest spectator ti, ana is v'''ry recvnuy married enuitvi. Crealview :i-U;, and on Thursday
er-elected committee system unique I and North line of East Community I Iv the sport of Softball. Since: the announcement of the A good pan ol Ins worn witcuiuui juiuivy Laird; a Almoner uu- afternoon rreeport was beaten by
in the history of'agriculture. to the Florala Highway North We. the Squaws of DeFunlak stadium's expansion reason ticket ul making lire-sentence: n* !>ouga.a; Orator H u o e r t the scores of 17.0 and 140. The

has come: under considerable scru tr'. the Alabama State Line and Springs are proud to be able sales at Florida State haveboomed. iiivvviigaiioiui fur cncuit judge, iioboa;. a'r& lc.'plor. ..., IXivmche lorry League boys completed their
tiny. Aa a result of intensive South to the L & N Railroad. to offer the people of our town Over 6.OOO have been old au they can have Intorinauoivaiiaoie ' "'a.., :and Urrg :.p..... ;pro season with 18 wins and :3 looses.
study of official groups the system West Community Includes al new recreation and a new enter- already: and the athletic ticket office bvioie making aispoaiUon ionuny Jones 4ut rfimniy i>*ntr- A trip was taken to Panama
Is not only being retained, farms West of the Florala. and tainment. Since our organisationa : reports that orders are being ot caave.Cletua tilt. am iionnle iturgeaa, vu. 'lony City on Wedneday. The group
but- has been greatly strengthen Freeport Highways. year ago we have played many received at a regular pace. Jonnson and '7Ui JMMII Harrikun. rayed at 10:00: am. and enjoyed
ed. Each community election: will game for the "folks at hom.. The Seminoles will meet New Garret lllttvn the puiuio U invited tu silent themselves playing
Here in Walton county Mr. choose three community comit-: We have carried our battle flag Mexico State. Kentucky.: Southern erg Huge ItalllrMnake this ceternnyne tiowvr lam tvfore lunch. In the many afternoon name

,Spann points out. the impact tt teemen and two alternates. The neighboring cities and towns Mississippi North Carolina State - will be given and reire hmenta everyone: enjoyed the ride avail
ASC committee-administered programs -, chairman vice chairman and regular representing our town In m clean. i and Florida at home. Game. with Cletua Garrett 34. of Itouta 4. to lie Mr"wd afterward.'lh. cereniony able. The group arrived back in
on the.welfare.o findividual. member of the elected ASC wholesome On behalf of I will
manner. .
Miami Texas Christian. Georgia was reported In goad condition" begin at 2: p.m. in the DeFunlak Hprtrtg shcrtly after
formers, and collectively on the community committee will also all the Sqaws and our <'OIIC"our Virginia Tech and Houston will W wodn..d.y at the Wfeiion countyhoapital city AU lturlwn.I 3 p.m. A total I of 42 youngsters
life of the county. Is considerable serve respectively A sdelvgate alternate sincerest thank. offered for
are be played on the road. alter being bitten the I .
on made; the trip with everyone having
for instance last year 8423 acres delegate and second wonderful and
coun- support an MO".ONUNION'
your ate hand uy a tI rout i men diaIIILMIU a enjoyable time.
of farmland were improved under ty delegate to the county contention Invitation Is extended to all tocome Kennlnffton. Supermarket very
raiueaiiakne '
Agricultural: Coservation Program to be held soon thereafter and support the Sqaws .. on ttunuay. I Morrison 1-;; ;; On. other trip Is scheduled this
Open. Saturday, Red Bay b. C, Vatea' ul uaiea .ne.t was tell at I
cost-sharing arrangement. where the ASC count com- the season really gets underway. Metal Company said he .'once ue Leon borings on July summer to be held Wednesday
loundoarrwil
This cost $132.00000, with about r.lt'will be chosen Kennlngton Supermarket will bvaiue .*m. A uouniltui lurrn: Aa gust 12. U will be made toIVnsacola
was
half coming from the participating Mr. A. H. McCook is spending' Richardson Walter silting tne ueaa spiced at for a tour of the Naval
open for business .In Red Day on about noun
two .
naae tuna north truniak >
farmer, the balance from ACP. this summer in Waco. Tex. with Utau Air Station. The bus wilt leave
Saturday says Dick Kennlngton to wvtcume some back allhun.un
"So you can see that >SC commltteemen relatives. MY. and Mrs. ribert S. Richardson bpit/tgs, atftle Iliwayat who the high school gym at 8:1:IS a.m.
owner and operator of the new La.. been auiitaome .
at auuui / pjn. buiulay. t>arr -
in Walton county are Mrs. Rufus and return between 3 fInd 4pm.
Daughette returned announce the marriage of
,to_. years. Hope that
each
lt had hew to Juniper Lake t.. ul
In effect board members of Those who desire take
a Friday from a week's buslnes their daughter Gloria Ann to may
He he will can ,
handle a full you come .pain.
says lull. ana wa. walking nunte .".n Ayptwr.tatpaving "
lag. 'business. the chairman' lunch. others will be
given an
conKKKIMNO trip to Jacksonville Marvin Kenneth Walters son of ,
line of meats andoc.rl... and rte came upon the aiMke.He several' W.ba" not been
Mr. and Mrs. M. Walters of will celebrate the opening Saturday seta taarretl. son of Mr.and *VMMiaiy, H... an enjoyaoie opportunity to gt something to
eat either the base or after
on
.- Tac-ttma. Washington.The by giving. 19 free baskets of Mrs. Tom II. Uarrett of lit 1 was performed
ceremony groceries. 4. hart attempted kill the snake -"t irMntu.l.lt .
YO UR GOVERNMENT on desiring to make this trip
Wednesday evening at 8:OO o'-
: Two baskets will be given on with a short ,stick but that the ot tense attending, are as
J,. lock In the home of the bride'sparents the hour each hour beginning at snake. had bitten. hun once on the >04uws.: Mr' and Mrs. ...,. balep. be sure tu sign up In the gymeither
V
Monday or Tuesday ua..lI'O.
MEEKLY ,
e..A REPORT BYFARJOS by the Rev. Oayle Tbrel- 2 p.m. with three besketa given salt HMIU and tia kliUlati tits Marie Mortis. Uooby M..,... and I'.
l keld. In the presence: of theamily at 8 p.m. snake. .l\e rw rda. N auras fe4 iv.,. Hoy u....... u.arl.s ....u_... 1.. __
( at1rr11tee
and a few clew friends. Mr. tCMtnlnaton Wilt ue thU Yates lt.rr.tt ties wtuw at seals, wand.. u.n ot. Mey hwaw qt < ". 'I'.
Mr.W tu>r. Is n paduate of .. .......iw > --.M. euvcitytM.pttet :rnttulQlete7Th.waake .aeewee, ca tarwkw ut, Uurw j tJl activities
_. ,. :; Nl.tton/"high >r ool. \ *- ale" .; Bustles'ASUntgeri'thusLJnN : tJ."' '' 11)1I-J) >iriff
k that baa barn operated* at Red
had '4
.,.-'' -..... .. ,... ...... I I Mr. W.lt graduated from Bay 'for eo I.,.. and was sold a button, wee 11 'Inches:"rl"'in* eirtumfervnce 8IK- and Cinda: siartsug.. MA anaMm. has decreased alb ghtty since due the loveeaUonav
J ;; BRYANT high. school In Biloxl. ,Mis. ** end on account' of the owner's' advancing : and weighed tw.lPounds. .., A. O. Whiietoeea, ti., U. beginning of the auntemr
Governor ot Florida U presently attached to the years and ill health. Norris,, Mrs JJeUe hall. ".... In.as. ,comps r etc but a'large,
fvant
number continue to take: e
.r M. .-'.....' School of Aviation -Medicine The old store was mowed and Meredith Mr*. VersJe. lledoie. for tun
NAS. Pensacola. Ina.a .. .. i>onanl Knfingor.: 1.JJe. Curry ; age of this opporturlty ,
list has been considerably enlarged.A .
: UP WITH PROGH188Long of qaulified applicantslonger 1 I I>r. I- A. Roberta New.Chiropractor and recreation.
After a short wedding. trip the cordial Invitation extended WliJiam Weaiey WolUvn. 1M..
than it was before this couple will reside. at 17IO East : In eFuniak end MalUaw Udom alias Softball continua to be popular
befo-'n; ;; assimilate to the public to call by and visit Abigail
I ,expansion. program began. LaRua St. renaacota. Ha.Mm. the new supermarket.Federal a'"dgetl Mr. and 21,.. Hubert)with. the girl on Monday nights.
the trauma of one event Ten this state hadfive rascal A. Iloberts. .
impact or Dr.
years ego Jew.n. ail of lo.K.e g. Leon, Fie.Mr. two game are played. each Iolun.
in the cavalcade of progress 'n junior ;colleges. It ha build. Maddens lirrrnt IIHde Land Hank ] praetor, la opening his new ChJro-j: and "'re. 11--.. 1'adott and oey with 40 to Ml girls takingn
Florida another ha occulted 2f more at a faster rate than any Inspiration For Party Sat. AnnmaJ. Meet.in* Friday and plans. to be doing David JadseU, Mr and Mrs. W. active. part. The final& game
and demands its own adjustment other state in the nation but the either this ,week or ..... : O Norils. Mr. and Mrs. lUinaru .will be played Monday, August V.M .
Ia a very major sense we standalmost need for further addition and Mrs. James Madden (Pam Grls- Cong. Don Fuqua will be the neat week lie is located ai the K. .Oevla. and eon Hantly, U. W. .ns. softball la alas enjoyed
In every moment in a new pensions .Is'not yet met. wold) a recent! bride was. the principal. speaker of the 48U annual corner of Nelson and 8ih. ave. Mlnger. ail of Panama City. Mr. bJ' everyone playing althounn thetartlclpatlon I
world. New In the rate of change The multiplication of population honoree at an informal party Saturday meeting of the stockholders: Or Roberta moved her. fromChipley I end Mrs Frank, Clara and len 1s not a* great a* 1 1at
will become the common in Florida has afternoon when Miss! Muriel / where he has been lit.leg
which particularly of the Federal) Land Hank AcsoMatlon aces John Angus VlciXwiaUi. Clanlleaaeil. .Is with the girls The finaln't
denominator of life and new In assumed such: proportion as to Tarrance and Mrs. T. 3. Rear- of Marianne, scheduled since January lie la a graduate all of Chluley. Arlen.Meredith "' games will be played on
the to productive living & don entertained for her at the of Chlpley High/ School In
that key defy comprehension. for Friday August 14. at 10:00a.m. : of New Orleans. La. Thursday night. August U.
I, will be the ability to conipre- This state bat a lelurely 130: E. L. Holllngsworth home at Lake .In the county Courthouse at t I.M. attended Uncoln Chlrnpr -
,.
) ssid. perhaps antlripateand >ears In which: to accommodate U Stanley Pastel floral arrangements Marianne. The subject of Mr. tow College In Indianapolis, Ind. JoI Huuy Skipper. Lynnhaven All children are urged to take.
and Jwfut of Geneva.IXmaUl .
IIIaU use of the rapid rate Qf; the growth of the first 100 people were used In the living Fuqua's talk will be "A Review where he graduated. I Oancy advantage. of this program duringthe
eMII r !Today there are companies than 2O years to prepare for the The refreshment table was .'* years In the Navy, working. In the Mr, and Mrs. W. O. Morriaon sponsored for the benefit. of the
which make a business and a neat 100 people per square mile. covered with a hand embroidered The business. session' of the ,...,."1 Theraphy ''''pt. at the 'I,Mrs. 'key Leach. Mr. and Mrs children' of DwFiirlak Spring and
profit, not out of producing at The rate of change is six timesar cut work linen cloth and stiver' meeting will .Include reporta on Greet Lake* Naval Hospital. After'Arnte Pryor, Jr. and awn Keith, surrounding ......

lea cost than others, but out of great and will undoubtedly In- and crystal appointment were the aseoctaMan's: financial operatton. .leaving the Navy he was assort Mrs. Martha (Miwrtaon) Iryor. -
that haveneYC'f' used. Ivy. fragrant clematis and .t.... with Or Lembe In Marianne ell of WectvlUe.o
producing things crease. and the election' of two dlrector Mra. Mary B. larch
been produced before. Their only In a world of leisurely and comfortable dainty pink butterflies encirc'.ed: ; for the regular term of Dr. Haoerta will have the .atom far as l t. known Mr. William *
.
Jill..... .. $tar Club
Walden' of .... d. Leon
real asset is brains. and their. .evolution from one stage the punch bowL three ,..... A special I feature of facilities to work with and will Wesley
only sales appeal is change. to the next these was time to Misses Cathy Campbell and the program>> will be a drawingfor be glad. lo ....., anyone In needof was the nl>.fer.t person alten>lliife.
'Around Cape Kennedy. thou- gather around the potbelliedstove n
s semen of men are employed: performing to discuss tie few change of raspberry sherbet The Federal. Land Rank Association come around and get acquaintedwith el. son of Mr and .... Arnie lifted. aa a member of the 184
teak that a* few years that the next several. year would punch petit faun and salted of Marianne handle the him at their. eenve.tience. Ityor of WMtville. Mr Wa-Un: Star Club of the New York Life

.go did Dot exist. bring. There war time to debate nuts making and servicing of all loans .. M years ttt age and hairy" Inetmnco Company, according to
t Change. have already taken the pro and eons of different About twenty guests. Including for the Federal Land Hank of Mr, and Mr. Wteyne Bulge Pryer. 18 month. eld JelM T. Dallardeleben. generalaaAager

place. In Florida which have bvnan course of acrN: There we lime the bride.. mother Mrs.. Lyle Columbia In Ita chartered territory and son David Wayne left lletur of the .....n" Montomery -
rapid, and ao recent that we to adjust to changes In life in Griswold. enjoyed this happy which Includes IS counties day for a two week vacation I'n Judgee. and Mrs Alto Adams. of ffiee.Meambaralila.
have not yet adjusted .to them the way one adjusted to an a-occasion with Mrs. Madden. In this area. Kanea and Mlseuuri. Fort Pletce.. are here taw weekHervUe In the Star.. Club. 1*
and our present rate of adjustment casional new pair of shoe* which-& :: .Mulls- relatives.Wakyan. Laced en ....... ..... record and

I will be changed again\ wen basically the same a* thee I to composed of outstanding. agent

before we have accommodated totIMm. Id pair. Hut in ibis day of which of New YC/dI'LaI., which, ha. a

the Interrontlnentil missile .U beta ..114 Met MondAy Nlgnl. field' forte ol more than 7.000
Dr. Milton W, C..rother<*. and symKol. In which: the great rMll.'.* agent hi the United
Dr. W. R. Stickler of Florida rntagonlst is changing conditions Slate. and Canada.
State University, making a "'udy for which we are not prepared' The W...*,.." .....*. Guild of Aa a member of the liar. Club
for the Sent evn" Regional Education trirurcly adjustment' .U nc longer lee Fi'_t Meth dl... church met. Mr. Harris will attend an edureltona -
Board point m* that In crmpaUble with prKre.a or even Monday evening at the home of eanference November 4-7
Florida the number of college with survival. We nee! not Just .Mrs. Ale Caewell. en OrangeIMrea In Hollywood. Fin.Wake. .
students will more than Jouble It hot-tine to *!--. to deal, wtfti ..". Pauline .........
between now and 187O Thi weave .*tth the changes ir the mind dane .-..-..... M,. ftuneld. Wise. had ,
Cty
prepstrtng for. But they aUw man T the .r _*s of on ill charge ., the.. program. ..... Dee
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pwedtet that In FlnrMa tale Inereaae .* kon're: nted. f KJ'.-Une In I....*.*..m, p .......... .CIftd...... Camfllr C C.ttt.aqre.oLttettit Caleisdar.
.lon., Mr rttgtw
wmiduPUrat..t by rrs. ,E*.rxrrnw. thebesiege. w Billy d Atnlltlet 13
W. had century to prepare fnr Today' I* y..utomor rowtd secretary" ss>-
Dent. eelWe popnVttof tomorrow I*** i-awteJ osiers , ....itneed. that the District GulMMaking . r + 6'

We win have ten yeerv to pre- i*,. wn N... r I :y J.e terlngMuay g', would be held. the third August OeFunlak Mann.730. -

PS.... for the second inn percent *ryt n v a can tie d *eoc Sunday ,In August tn MerlaanaGuild .
ewI five year for the third.Tlhe .." by the mi-4. Uuwie w t' *...4perform ., projects) lot the year werevewMt Aug. T-Pas ton M.--'J: .
sense experience end p*< _' the teak. Natural' re- .. "'*" kr. the group andelti .... Aug. -OeFuAiak. u.oa.-:30.. : .

be erd tf. mwt yobtheimi. I' s w..e< are of no pare vshie. A .ee a0yontedruLnwtns Fre pott Lion -7:30.erunak ;
peel ean the Guild .......
... Onfng the UM tine.year. strategic ,dvanaate can be wlpdby .agot' City CounrU-TOO.Au ; .
tk-t "tae of Florida he out e >e *h 'eMb..s. A sfrfcran diction, the ,.,... ... .rv04 0 H-Kiwanla...12:1$.
beer-e eool te ererOur ....rl plate. and penrh.Cigarette . C. ef C. 1Ioud-OO: ,
ta.Ot as risen" ...!1.e of 4-l r>eaj l.he
.. U bw4T, tn. ndght WMten Cat: Comm .a00Walten
..... .,. Nave rvi
.. .. r....t'us hiatec< of the eny cure Tea eree. ........ C.....,. .............. Co.. ftihool. Board-ZOO: .

...... but rie need fry addrHnetaland that the lev erf God. wponMe' 11 (,...,.... T._
....... .. far aHjen facflfrtr* we CM re*> In t***** Uirbwtent Weather
w ItrMe Neat. ue-tfl IM W w+.rsyran. teams I* the ..h..**... s.A- giilMd 4j7 "' eases e i.Hae.ed .ka the Report
laerwaa.. by a dedicate pras re .. e. n.iVec .
tale ef Florida durfeg Juneuoted
Tea yen.n Pre n.''a rtate had lo ..._.nJ.lH-t..* bulk r.*. High Low Kain
I PTA AI
jjin,*ei for the: awntoQyThat of M diertt. rted to lrn.#|iarisIn <. ,lily 8* 88 IJO
rear4.ul. aaetltaitiert. he VgJaejr View Jrk.e4Creryone .................. t** state.Three MM 88 a .14
to .ctty. Three ......
tiseks ex>s..dert eer ------ ---- to Waft* enmtj'mhIty N NAY.
et10w __ these beets (tVV ..... A I* aaked *. ate yrea.al .hlswa IM lice Trecea"tins 1'1-' .. t .awp/-/sy .... ....,,. ledge .Trefaaass ftefi far thus taa sad were rein . I 80 79 .70
...... tt ...... e.wrhllr"-4.. facessml.rlt7 at the.VarW PTA m.King a* tineVsf. J.4.e *.d. Mr*. Jee OM Trey... ..... held there. J.Ii 34-2*.. I tuad.d .. ... ... Pg1tflf facOtk are ., View ..... Heeee AeTt .- >mat after he won f.wra. ataea ell Dew wee dnteeg made. ...1 I.. fMa wee teafiy a etttmei d.aw.ad D.Itpml.k] Ipwp, 8aVMM87 IAa. .. 2)a M" ',:

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George Milsm .'Mi,. __ '
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Kev. C. C. Colvln << ,i, .

Ponce d., Leon Methodist& Church: 1 I ,,.1. ....'k. _
Kev. C. C. Colvln ;
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rjeFuniak Bprtngs First BaptistLlvetak .-
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Italdwla Avenue fiapUel ChurehMr. F 4i W ri
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Kev. Wilbur F. Cotton.' Pastor i .,.

NorUMlde Baptist ChurehHev.
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Qaskln First Baptist Church: .- .
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I'll never forgot the day wo took this picture. The sun was shining brightly and we'd gone for a ride in

W.Freeport U Clark.baptist astor$ CIa__ .'. i ." the country, my husband Tom, Thelma and I. We came to this field full of daisies and we stopped, and I braideda /, r ti'1..

crown of flowers for Thelma's head. She was wearing a brand new dress and she had a new little parasol too. & ,. .,,;,';

friendship. Baptist" Pastor.ChurchC. I thought she looked like just about the happiest and prettiest little girl alive. .. >...
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Qaskln South Baptist Church: ,:Z How thankful I was! For our Thelma had just weathered her first serious illness, and for several weeks /,...*..,
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Rev. Tucker,, ApllnOlesMlaU . days nights anxiety prayer. :
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a ;,;,. ; of tho congregation, people whom I scarcely knew, had, rallied to our side during Thelma's illness. ,. ':::" F ,,';:', .
Lime Stone Baptist Church' ,; '
Rev. Cons Black, Pastor -&- .: li" Just having them just knowing that they were adding their prayers to ours, had meant so much. And now, ...._ <. : ." ?

Mew Harmeay BapUa a.nt, .::1:r 'I knew, they were sharing our jubilation :.,; "

Rev. Kenneth XlcklKhterOak How sorry I feel for people who don't go to church. For they miss one of lirc.'a great truths the knowledge ,;' ,'

Offwr Bapttel, ours .. that if you have the Church, you can never,,again be alone. "
Kenneth WadJe PastorCharles '"" 'i:.. . _

raata apttat Chunh:: ; ':, TM. CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH '- tin ( .
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Kerby, Pastor ,
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1'tasraat ..... asw taarei .- r <. on earth far the baildina; of 'barerare: ((1)) For his own aake. (2)) For '-
Hev. 3..... Kinchin 'It' Iw.... good citlsenship. 'M.store his children's ..k.. ((3)) For the sate ;. .'
Plcaiant Grove Baptist& Church house of spiritual values.Without of his community and nation. ((41' . ""'. "
Freemen Smith. Pastor j i strong Church., neither democracy For the aake of the Church itself .... '.
i\ nor civilization can survive. There which needs hia moral and material .. \.. ..
ad W assist Ckr.r are four sound r.....' why every sul'Swrt. Plan to go to church regu .. '. :
Rev. T. a. Padgett I Copyright 1904. Kelster AuVcrtiain i :Svrvic*. Inc.. Strut urgYa. Pn'r' :

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Rev Ivan Martin SuDIIIr Monday Tu.sdsy p itssyThur.d y Friday Saturdq 1
Guy Creek Bes>.M otrr p..m.a PN1ma Isaiahrile.1 lAke Luke Luke '
Robert Knot PPaator stilt.Ie 103-18: 51-11: T- s.4o.u 8:49-M: 12:22-31
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Cary lUcnards.... Aratarhtr tit lily .. If IT SUCs .psiyCALL Nil"A OOOO MAMOWAItB ..TO" PLU..Q H&ATI- '" ,

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llaruld auklt Pastor FORDCAINSUti' '1'1IIAL (dMlf.Ne.... CONTMACTOft ;

Mossy Had Baptist MIIIIIIa _..a_,, .' .. Ri Yard Chevrolet .
Floyd aamttt. PastarArgyle ..; va i.vsa"q *>.
People Water .
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.. T YHt&DAY, AUGUffT 6, 196-1
VOLUME PUI/LISHED> I EVERT THURSDAY BeFUNIAK> SPRINGS, FLOKTDA T
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THE DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined Word from a Negro Editor Social Security MayBe Service OfficeInformation .causes.of Spanish-American. WW of this opportunity. prevent use

The following is printed from last Due At Age 62 I !? WW II and Korean veterans, Children over 21 may apply
with THE BREEZE s.tur-1 I I and peace-time veterans whose themselves. Children under 21
day morning's Pensacola Journel
.' Defclmlak" Springs Florida : It isnt necessary to stop work -: disability resulted directly from must get their veteran parents to
Publhhed Every Thursday at "In these days of* racial turmoil and strif to get Social Security checks according -!I J.Service D. Wooten'Officer, Jr.,,Walton advises county that performance of active service apply. If you or your childrencan

I am wondering if we Negroes are thinkln to John V. Carey' Dlstrk in Washingtonmay from armed conflict, or from injuries qualify-, contact J. D. Wooten
DeFunlak Springs, Florida Manager for Social Security: In recent legislation
service Jf. the
of extra hazaardoua at adult school
seriously of where so-called leaders affect several children of building
Completely Covers Walton County Trading ATM our are Panama Cftnorlda. He urge after September 16. 1940. north of the,, courthouse on Mondays
serviceconnected -
attempting to lead Social Security and addeeveryone totally disabled
us. their
law provides up to $110 between 10 and 2.
From Alabama to the Quit of Mexico to check on veterans in Walton county. The
"When we clamor to patronize white establishments 62 or over whose per month full time training for J. D. Wooten. Jr.
Second-Class Pottage Paid "Some checks may be paid at 62 For years, children par- attending collegeor
we are saying we are inferio even though a person works fuD ent II. C. STORKS, Publisher 1024-1083 vocational training
to'the white man. We are saying that we time. It depends on how muc disability, have been entitled to approved Courses on high school
HOWARD STORRS, Editor, Publisher under the so-called courses.
do not have the"ability he earns each year. schooling allowed. limits Mrs. Vernon Parrish
SUBSCRIPTION: to build establishments ] The worker is considered: tuU71 "Junior O. I. Bill". This new law level are not Age and daughter -
set at 18 to 23, but in cer- Mrs. EHckk Evans both of
for ourselves. This to are
cannot believ entitlement
the
Walton and Adjoining Ccuntie,.__U.OO Per Year retired if he earns $1200 a 7ftI' gives same who tain cases exceptions can be made. Miami were here last week visiting -
added. Eve children of living veterans
to be true. or less, Carey
Other __HUSO Per Yeai.. though hi. earnings are more tha are totally and permanently disabled The limit of entitlement is 36 Miss Mamie. Storrs and other
"The NAACP CORE, SNCC. Martin Luther I120O a year some payment$ from service connected months. relatives.

Bible Verse King and Aaron Henry are using us for might be due him. One dollar i 1 1ft __ ____u_.___ .__.___ ".1 r <".! "" _. .. ..__
Now I have prepared with all my mlgh their own personal gain. While they have Social Security payments i is beld r.nf reln ,

for the house of my.GoJ the gold for thingto s grown rich and famous, the Negro masse back earnings for each between two dollars$1200 of and annual -

be made of gold, and the silver for thing,, grovel in frustration and reap the IIJwllJcreated 1700. Payments are withhel ;; : :: :

of silver, and tho brays for things of brass. by these leaders and organization. above
the iron for thing of Iron, and wood for "I believe in the Integrity of the races and' Payments can be made for

things of wood; onyx stones and stones to believe that racial amalgamation would destroy any month worker doetnt -.am .

be set, glistering .'.ones, and of divers colors both the black and white races tha over $100. regardless of the"
amount of his yearly earnings.
and all manner of precious stones, and God created. I believe in black people I an Carey continued. Self-employe . : : .

marble stones in abundance. Chron. 29:: proud to be black. people can be paid for month BUILD YOUR OWN HOME : ..;..-i
they aren't active in business. I ",
"Perhaps the NAACP meant to help u.
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05 can't lose anything
person "
There was once a path through the woods at one time, but someone got the idea they: he puts in his claim for Soda I. -; : ) PURCHASE AN EXISTING HOME =

could use the Negro as a political footba Security even if he Is worklr.i ,
Seventy years ago. He might lose if he delays hil _
Weather and rain have undone it again, to gain for themselves power and wealh. visit to the Social Security: of REFINANCE A HOME

And now you would never know "I have a dream about my people. I dreanof flee. A person age 82 may find .
for the that he Is entitled to some Soda ii" ,f ":
separate development races. REMODEL YOUR HOME ;
They shut the road through the woods Security checks for the three yea *
"The I little city of Mound Bayou (Miss.)) ..a'te'
Before they planted the trees: ,,- period before he reaches age 61. I.
proves that we can operate our own municlpalities. The Social Security: office at with loan from First Federal .
It is underneath the coppice and heath, . a ';
1135 Harrison Avenue. Panami
In Mound Mayou they do not have
And the thin anemones. City, has Ire booklets that explain -
Only the keeper sees a jail. This proves that Negroes behave bet these rules in destall. Care)' And it is easy and convenient to save here for
ter when left to their own environment and advises all workers "43' or eve
where'the
That, ring-dove broods who have not inquired to visit:.
without the frustraion caused by inegratcc i
And he badgers roll at ease, write, or telephone. (The telo retirement a college education a nice
leadership like they have in the Northern ci- number is 763-5331.)
phone
There was once a road through the woods. ;;!

-Rudyard -Kipling ties."1 am appealing to all Negroes that would vacation on whatever you own aim or purpose.

--oOo like to build something for themselves tc
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"Governments, like clocks, go from the stand on their own two feet and tell these We Pay 4% Dividend on Savings
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motion them and governmentsare .
give
men as Integrationist organizations to, get out and
made and moved by men, so by them

they are ruined also. Therefore govern- say"I out.propose that when these organizations- II ; FIRST FEDERAL + ;

ents depend upon men rather than men .upon ,
and demonstrate
send their professionals to picket '
William Penn Savings and Loan AssociationNelson
governments/-
in the South that Southern Negroes
oOo should counter-picket. It would be appropriate By: M. O. -BwAiyWanea Ave. - Phone TW 4.2321
Florida
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HopeAs
and would be a good means of expressing Strange, how in the days

was tot be expected, Senate-House con- how he Southern Negro really feels. when there were so very few
effort to rid doctors, bouse calls were the
ferees killed a Senate-approved "I further that when the 'Inva-
propose order of the day. Now that --IItIImtAlJm..ntllllMUJUJUll
the nation of a series of excise taxes whichare sion' of the South takes place this summer there are hundreds of medicos lkl4lt11'Itlt9ftrlt/ ) !'. } .!.'iF.!'>>.".".!.\JIU.I.UiUa..m" + ,

hangovers from World War II. They that Southern Negroes act. I propose that being graduated every year ,
then measures, . the old house call is De-
passed as emergency and
were when these white student are mingling .
coming pa. ..' Even the office =
and everyone supposed they would die when mixing in Negro establishments that theproprietors call by the patient U being .

the emergency died. But they are ,still on call the police and ask that they regulated to, take just a few

,tea book. allthese years later, and they"are (toe4 removed." These, outalde white' agitators .minutes .. . ; GULF J= POWER COMPANY
rto all this of
"< Th V4Jt w
least n tnom .
at
destined ataybcre'f r : ,:-1 I 13otfthern'Negroea that
thoU\ d' tic ,told by : "toutaeMKa-'tn'UKft'poptOattonboom. \ ).
year th.'r'prell' < I might be argued that the ,taxes In question ciated. Jessie Gillespie publisher, Mid- the doctor to the extent that Proudly Prwconrs The
he must"make every!' moment
to luxuries. But that involves a
apply Sooth Informer, Walls, Miss. count . especially the preliminary -
definition of luxury that hardly agrees with oOo exam . which FRIGIDAIRE JET-
the idea most of us have about what is a could be a huge waste of time.Specialization .
A good friend of ours-and a good Democrat accounts for
luxury and wht l is nott. Among the Items. thl
there is one sure way to tell how the fast diagnosis In the ..office -
--says
are taxed, for Insurance, are handbags', lug. . what with specialists
this November., Just make a list ACTION
to vote WISHERFLOWIN
gage, watches and cosmetics. For a nation who can be called in to
In ho says', of all the good social and economic prognosticate complications. Itall
the taken pride announcing
has -
that over years
reforms that have been made In our nation constitutes medicalstreamlining ".D ,
to the world that we have the
: In order to care
In the past. 30 or so years, such as free
highest standard of living to be found, these for more serious cases in the
used school lunches for needy children, social security proper'manner. Folks must be G HEAT
and
necessities are
might be classed as '
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(make your own list) and then see patient from two aspects .
by virtually every family. these days, after all everyone
he adds
The Korean War also saw increases In excise what party sponsored them. Then, want. to spend less time at

tax rates-also billed as an emergency make a list of all the bad legislation that the doctor's. Someday with DRYER FOR 1965!
has been passed' during this time and list it with computer development a
such essentials as automobiles, ,
measure--on patient will be diagnosed
auto parts and telephone service. These too under tho party sponsoring this legislation. analysed typed prescribed .
lie says If anyone does this they will vote for and have the prescription sa 1
are still with us. . the I
Democratic ticket because this filled on spot.
the straight .
At the Mme time It U evident that thereIs Not for awhile )"ellFor
growing sentiment In favor of either repeal la the party that has been responsible" for all present day medical '

substantial' reducatlon in these taxes all he good legislation. lie also goes on and nH'da"17 on SERVICE ,'.,
or \ .
For fast -
he votes for the man-he votes DRUG COMPANY. ;
and the campaign will continue. The chancefor say never efficient service and reUJabl. tt
for the party the straight Democratic to
prescription filling com .
success next year, or possibly the year d r
party (In his case-because the party is so SERVICE DRUG COMPANY. ,
thereafter. Is considered t good by Washington doctor's .... :
Remember prescription .
much bigger than any individual, and the your than aaasaes ..r,t>....... Y
If this. to be the Is no better
case
consumers reporters.everywhere proves will benefit. And so candidates run on the party platform. We your pharmacists. ability to .......... r1 er Isa1 Ina Igie-.=1 "'; J-JI.

have suggested in a mild sort of way once fill It faithfully. .a.r aaaw Ie..-. ... -.... '
will workers and all others concerned-for -........ (I.
certainty rise when these* taxes or twice that he might be just a mite pre- -.............- ..-.... I .
sales will h tehf; I- -
judiced but he says no, we are full of prejudice ::- -=
are eliminated and the prices of the affect. sal .: -11arR 11r.'m / to"I ,
ournelf.Sike "- 1 1.mow I
ed down accordingly.
ware go y
oOo- Endorsee State Right Proposal A MW seta MIl 4 MW MM. ; == "': .

There Are No ..i "eral Funds" Con. Bob Sikes has come out strongly' in IIIIaat'taaeee I

The Senate recently approved 1 a proposalto ) favor of proposed constitutional' amendment \

write into all spending measure the aimed at giving each state the rightto SAFESAVE t

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pointed reminder that the money appropriated apportion its own legislature instead of ..................... Maid -
being told by the U. S. Supreme Court howIt '' -
comes out of the taxpayers pockets.' DRIVMIli I' iiiiiF

Let us hope that the House follows suit must be done. TIAWMMEWIJIa

and makes. this an established!' policy from Con;. Sike tokl the House Judiciary Committee I".

now on. For the term "federal funds' that the Supreme Court in its recent .. s,. ? .,. ,

which we have seen applied to all manner decision had destroyed "one of the basic, r
time-honored cornerstone of our system ofAmerican I -..1.v' a_ rWrlH
of activities, from highways to welfare pro- ...... :
grama.... obviously has misled many people. representative government. ON RY

They seem to believe that this money come In contrast to the court's decision of "one-

from some mysterious source twich has no man-one-vote SikH .said that a system, of

relation to themselves one house baaed on population and the other . oa car' ..---- -

Well, the federal government can get partially' or entirely by area (a* U the case with an.U swey ply dsM

d money only in two ways. One la by taxes with the U. S. House of Representative and tea ,... arise by y .

which hit us all hard. The other is by increasing Senate} I III "recornix/ed" / a* a sound and evena 1ri.i.t nn.v< ,.. -

the national debt' which will haveto vital' part" of our check-and-balance systemof .oat:

be paid plus Interest and administrative government/* Norm WeiseDF

k t cost, by the taxpayers of tomorrow. Our Congressman also pointed out that rww..r... .

,f The only money the government has, or rural area without area representation -.. -... i

ever,ha had *la that which It gets from would have no voice in use of road fund, .,......

; the taxpayer*. It's time much more noticeiven river nd harbor procramt'ducaUon., real I

this simple and ineecapable estate taxation and other matter ---n.-
to
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any group govern

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AUGUST 6, 1964S

The John Dorasy'* arsndoon
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES .r
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t { S; I Dr. and Mrs Freeman Bozeman

of Myrtle Beach S, C. the former
I Mamie! Ann Dorncy, are the proud
-- ----d parents or a son whom they!
.. I named after his
; father and grandfather -
I /Dip: WO.FFI I John Freeman Mr John

happened buck la 1931 Sara Kalton kicked off hU shoes on the i Dorsey and Mrs Emmabel Jonei
beach at nimjnl. Ulmlnl la a little Island near wher Columbus landed are back In town from a nice M
and about 60 mile east of Miami pastel palaces. Sam cam to I ret-acqualnted visit with the!
Blmlnl to rest. not fUh Fishing was something don from a boat In I| little' fellow its! a boy! And
a lake and after baaa. Sam bad hoped to find fresh water on Ulmlni to I i hi he! (cute!" are common" remark
1 try his luck. Despairing of tbis. b* took bla tw -plt'C. bamboo from heard
t Its cloth case, attached: a nickel stlrer-plated brass reel. tied,on aa i' around the proud grandparents -
S embossed spinner trailing a feathered treble book and flung th* these day. tt
| lure out Into the bearing brine. I Mamie Ann many friends. here
Expecting: nothing.,Sam never **'.n saw It happen. It must have are anxious to meet their ..)nand
shown on the anrfac as m large; t look: forward to the time
swirl. Anyway. Sam'a lln* suddenly ,\ when they
can brine the little! 1.1i ll l-
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I went taut. like 'when you ; l.l w down for a .
hook Into solid rock. This dl.. J' i" -.. visit r
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turbed Sam -'It being the first -
east -'and h* gave a real solid ) APARTMENT FOR RENT: Uitl.
tug. Well. It (bam still Is not .... ted Farm Agency. Phone TW 4-
I cure what fish It was) leaped '_ ...... 7MI .r ,
of the surf cast one dirty k' "_ - ..
look at Sam and took off ,. 1'. ,. ,
log with It 150 feet of the best F ,- L! --r:
: braided casting line then sold. ,c tic --- '- (.! .xSMOKEY
t: At first. Sam looked around I
for someone to tell, and seeingno I BEAR PREVENT
on*, pushed bis way- slowly I
through the water to the beach. I I \ FOREST FIRES HAW A aIT.I--C.t": Klna, *f Bartow. national watrml'
II* sat down not realizing h* was among the first to appreciate the tn..o. with a sllc *f melon during a visit
worlds hottest fishing spot. I ;...' IN TilE SOUTH! .a ra. rierMa Pavilion... at the Worlds Fair. The fair ..tepeveres. .
1 Blmlnt I. but one of the 700-odd Island of th. Bahamas .=.. the I aa a MaMlaht. .. .. hr. tvr .t Nrthrn prdwc. cntr
sportsmen's vwn ?O.O0O-squ re-mU* fish pond. There you can hook;
Into 35 different varieties along the reefs and some S60 more In tb** I S
open water. Of 49 species' listed by th* International flame Fish
Association, the Uabamaa has produced &0 record bolder In the

various btu marlin tackle and.Ia.bluefin... Among tuna.A .them are barracuda bonefish bonito CHECK WITH US ON ALL YOUR OFFICE SUPPLIES

year-round .pastime. fishing for on. or two varieties Is al..ay*
good. lftht", tackle favorites Like amb rack. trouper, snapper, and Staples, Staplers Stamp Pads, Gem Clips, India Ink,
yellowtail are plentiful In the reefs embracing vry Ilahamas cay.
The action bays to,antlers.passes Inlets, creeks, and beaches also- offer consistent Magic Markers, Lindy Pens, Pencil Sharpeners! .File"

I Flow-Smith Engagement Announced I About tackle for the n.hamd..p sea gear la provided aboard Folders, Columnar pads, Clip Boards, Legal I Pads,
charter boats. Bring at least one or two lighter outfits A .."enroot.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Flow cement; president Sigma Chi medium-action spinning rod like the Garcia Conolon Sola is Ideal. Carbon Paper, Mimeograph Stencils, Lettering Stencils,
of DeFunialc Springs, announcethe Social Fraternity president Alpha This tW -I'I_* tubular ttbericla rod works well with th. new
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engagement of their daughter. I Council Men's Honorary active Mitchell 400 fast"retrieving spinning reel' 8U- and eight.pound test Steno Pads, Instant Type Cleaner, Ink .Eradicator,
Flatyl monofilament lines balance perfectly with tbla combination.For .
Miss Cynthia Flow, to Mr. member Tallahassee Chamber of Scotch Tape.
somewhat heavier deeper water angling, take a ball-casting
William Taylor Smith of 332 East Commerce. Elks Lodge; Lions outfit.The Ambasa<1eur <(HH> reel with Its uncanny automatic trans.
Penning Street. Tallahassee son Club; assistant. manager of Flint mission and capacity of SOO >ards of 30.pound monofilament' tin*., Many more mWclUneotur. items In Muck now.
of Mr. and Mrs. Julian C. Smithof River Mills Inc. will, handl even big sailfish and tarpon.To .

1520 Marion Avenue, Betton The wedding la planned for these outfits. add.a handful of yellow-colored streamers, small
Hill Tallahassee Florida. October 24th at 4:00: o'clock in the spoons, and plugs. DeFUNIAK HERALD OFFICEFILLER
Miss Flow attended Chlpola afternoon In the First Methodist Th. Islands are 150 minutes from New York by air. Prom Miami
College and is presently employedat church of DeFuniak Springs.A there are regular ferries and air taxis. Accommodations are plentiful "
Tallahassee Bank and Trust reception will follow Immediately and reasonsbl IJf ashore Is elrsaat and dignified; on the
water it.. tackle-straining: and record' busting t
Company of Tallahassee.Mr. after the
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with a degree In industrial man- All friends are Invited All-Out Dessert With Fr..h ..rtl.tt_


Point WashingtonAnd and family in Thomasville Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell I*. Kll-
The Beaches bourn were shopping in Panama ) '
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City Monday.Mrs. .. I .
Mr. and Mrs. John Fonville of Francis Florence of Cray-
Seagrove Beach, were business ton Beach, and Mrs. Hoy Burl
visitors in Pensacola on Tuesday. son made a business trip to Panama .
, Mr. liuey Infinger was the City Monday.Mr. . ti r
. guest speaker at the Pt. Wash and Mrs. W. L. l"aUenonand +

Ingtou Methodist Sunday, July daughter .o( pnsacol. are
. 26th during the absence of the spending sometime at their Gray- i : ifr
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pastor.; Mr. Infinger Is of Red ton Beach home. They were n. .
shopplvg In Panama City Thurs '
Bay.Mr. 1 e e .
and Mrs. Steve Barrett of' day.Mrs. _
SegroBeach, had as their OIUo Sue Godwin and It, a +
hutlseguests last week their eon friends Mr., and'M.... Bob' Whit IrI
Mr. Jack Barrett and his son and children, all of New Orleans. ,
Ronald of Norfolk Va. also>> their spent the weekend of July 26th at I

grandson Mr. Steve Barrett of Pt. Washington. ..eje
Ocala, Fla. Mr." and Mrs. Henry Wesley. M.w.{. -i ieg }
Mrs. Leita Brown. Miss Dorothy Mrs. Evle Saltunan and Old and o
Anice Brown and Miss Mary Gay Godwin were shopping' in

Wesley all of DeFuniak Springs, Panama City Thursday. I Fur thai gala occasion: >> when you want t* go alkavt .....r..
spent the weekend at their Cray- Mr. and Mrs. Bob ecnac.I: Pear Melba Chees PI-I* your ticket t* mtlaarr ta... Its a I FILLERBOOK
ton Beach home and attended Augusta. Ga.. spent the weekend party-fancy dessert. combining fresh California' Bartlett poor halves.
services at the Pt. Washington with her parents Mr. and Mrs groan raspborrte and cream chees. la a all. ca.UIe4..t.| . teethe TABLET MMOIPOCKiT h
Methodist church. Wilbur Evans. eye and palate.
Mr. and Mr*. Olin Duren have Mr. and Mrs. Winkle Thornton I When. buying fresh llartletts this summer look for yellw.aklaao4 ,.
'trust If yea want to us* It In a recipe' (lor eat It _t..<.....) wltala ,,
returned to their Huntsville Ala. newlyweds, are spending a few
Ureen .klnaed will tura yellow and ......
a day ar .0. pear II
home after a delightful vacation week,, with Mrs. Evan Holley.Mr atlag.rlp after a few days' .to..... 'In a paper 1 bag. at ream temper '
spent at their Blue Mountain *. Albert Butler and daughter. .tor.. Ilefrlneral. them *ace they ripen. 57 44 <
Beach home. Regina were business visitors of"
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P.AR MgLBA' CHI I'. PIE I.I AqM
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Mr. W. R. Hobbs returned home in DeFuniak Springs Fri
fresh California Bsrtlett 1 ....***** !sows Jwt..
Monday after spending a week day. pr U tessaoo ...,
with each of his daughters, Mrs. Mrs Mamie Hatch returned t .up* water 1 p*'ba. (C. *e.) weans
EJUs Jones and family In Gainesville home Thursday night from a visit 44 sop wear ....... GIANT PACK
and Mrs. Dick Caldwell with her daughter in FIU" *raH *..VIB* plain 0,lstln 4 Ji .v p ", nil 1
1.pashaa (10 ...) fr*..n r4. 1 Need, ...... ..|.... pie I 30 PENCIlS
rapbrrl..* ...ell t I *

Par. kal.* sad ear poors. In large shallow. pea eaatala.. ...... Mellrnh bsf,list ter''
and H cap .*tart: bring I* boll. Add pear) corer sad _*> watUrrk.teader. IitAe.l aLZI'
OPENING SATURDAY Sprinkle. gelatin over U cp .,n_ fraas raparrt. ..
I* alsta. Iteaor* pears from pan; root atlr % carp Mtllsa prIl I
*l4 lat* gelatin. Add: 1 H cup sugar. l* '*a file* a4 aalti stir I
ntil dl.. ......D....... la rasbberrle sad tbolr .,".. Calll aatll .....
tar ...*.. on ..-.,. Grsble cheese a4 atllk. iosrtag H **P* I I I
KENNINGTONSUPERMARKET .pre.. rmala4. lato ...... plo .bell. .**.r Hra. of golaiJa SPIN end
'.!stars late meL Tp with peers C'1It..P.. Cr.Ha riaiala. I I 64 CRAYOLA
log gelatin mister Lmllop reserved aoe** late caatara aff ...,. MNOL UT
QUI aatll **C Maka* d ..rvlags.snd I i, CRAYONS
I lmb 4 .Te teases1M pnle red. SWlemoe( s.o
: her eon In HdlarMl. Ala. LIMA 0" ; held pesA aria. a te..et 1.ldIMs t ISSM.w+tM/psf..
ler svn. Mr, II. UooUrk. brought Mr*. lAne Rosa, ag. l1. a resident m eat, -5-
I her ho n*. of lied Hay tae O>* pst 2r 00
1A ,......, psod away (yt a .feathw.ptal
PJIOAL ftMOWIP] &*>mdajr afUrrnonn. Mrs-
RED BAYA Mis Margaret lUner was the. ROM was a nail.** ot P..r. ROOK I1gAAf; SCHOOL .slug CANVAS
I hoooro at a lowly shower frl Und. Via. Mrs Ko4 was a men 'A INDfHrtASTfC
4 day night given. by the C A. girl bet of the. Jehovah* W11..**. COy pT IfaMV ISiWrfaWKaseWl
.st (Ih* Aasirnbry of OneS Church.' church. tkelMa IresaR }
FULL LINE OF -- Ate J JI . lfn-y opened and displayed. tkirrtvors. include ass daughter' tsar IM" I ,
JI I hoN many lovely gtfls from UM 25 Mr*. Harold A. WaOMra a4 Oor- OsttMa
I Invited guests. Th* girts served. den. Orov- CUf. aim -. Albert N
NUciaua punch and cookie. tu. R-. of tI.t--q aatd. La.; two ELF 2 1501M4. 77.

MEATS AND GROCERIES : JG.. Ifaney b.esrn. tit* brid br-Xher C44I OldmHh of
rrf Mr. Hick Sander trf rwi' Or...... T_*.. and Chart* O.W- ffXAiiPfNOLS FO 1 and) WOOD
1 ration Bx hi| Troy. Ala. $unday. smith of Rlversfcd. ". Calif. RuLSRS
August lad !fed grartdtattoort Funeral ervltw were eaediwt. IaNr.redcL.11 UIN
: I t>'o>'f.Ki M>.d. th. tmmiamr Miss ,awl Wednesday .,....... at 1JMfrom ate alb MgL teesa N hl peeN ed.r4
l '(aney to U>* tfaua4M.tr .f Ur And the grvld e to th* Rod
BASKETS! GROCERIES FREETwo :lie. .. flaafard Kaar of lt Ml flay Cem-rt-rry ***** Ie..loser.

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. _. - to investigate the location of a .l4.hOJ'ah'1f: Witnesses Annual Se s1011. Holme i I F I I r Mr. M. M. Adkinson had aaI .
.-" private nursing home in Walton County Sing Convention, i his cut last week his two dau- MALICIOUS
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4 county.A 1'q. : I I I ghters, Mrs. Hubert Hall. Temple. 'I
rn tf Agent's Notes committee composed of Frank delegates from this area The Annual Session of the Hol t,Tex. Mrs. G. E. Rushing and
Adams II. O. Harrison and Clint will be among the 8.000 in attendance mes County Singing Convention,taaUy. ot Lalt Charles, I a.. h.itWOODS i
Wright to investigate possibility at the district convention of uul be held with Poplar Head ansi: hi* granddaughter Mxa.Hotetrt .
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Oscar: ttarrfortjpr1culWNI{ \ \ six miles Brown and family of
of securing: Walton county Live- Jehovah's Witnesses scheduled forthe Methodist Church south,
I stock Market for an industrialsite. ) State Coliseum in Montgomery ot Geneva next Saturday night Ot: ds. California. !
.. ." Ala, I and Sunday, August<< 8th and 1i 9th.'
Rupert Ray, Olin Dukke and The convention which will beheld Everyone has a cordial invita-.
Clint Wright were appointed to 13th through 16th. '. :" Ion: to attend both session. Re-
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look intothe possibilities of securing for the purpose of Bible ed cat' I I fiefhments will be served Saturday
t a furniture factory for ruin' night and a bountiful,, lunch
,.glton. ..ord of CommNel.ner.l G. Peter Nelson presiding I1'J
lunty
( os aygt Walton county. I of the local congregation it' on Sunday. Come and enjoy some
County Agricultural Agent II.I "Our conventions are family mighty good singing and, sweet
I' O. Harrison reported that Dr. K. fairs. As a family group, we take I fellowship. v AfIJf'1
i. Ev.nU Coming* Up I the 23rd Annual l :Florida! Poultry If. Harvey was doing...,.great job Ad.v 0tag9 of. every G '
I farmers in Walton I Institute at 4-1I Camp McQuarrie, with the RAD sub-committee en to improve our knowledge of thf
I counties: who have akstibUor rear Astor Park, Florida. Interested recreation.MRS. Bible and then pass this Informa- CARD OF THANK k t| "
of J type,; are We wish to express our hjeart-v
) sours : persona should. contact tion on to the people In our com-
\9.\ meet at the GlendaloXt30 : their county agent. MARY LAVADA YATES felt thanks to all whom were am
munity.
.'_ fc p.m.. Friday night. Convention officials in Montgomery ...-.d to us at the<, Urn our deaa
t : ;" 11HJ4. RAO >ub.Conmlttee on I' Mrs. Mary Lavada Yates longtime said that volunteer workers love one departed, to be wiUfc WITH ABRIDAL
;+ information, on the cot- Industry M e.te resident of Vernon. died are now working around the Jesus It was hard to, give bun upt
i will be presented to Tho Rural Areas Development July 19. with services held Tuesday clock preparing for the giant religious but friends with cooxforUns)
!mm, Farmers and their sub-committee on Industry met at July 21, from the Pleasant assembly, the second for words, flowers and food helped ua SET
twn- nave had 'Injury to the Walton county Fair building I Grove church in Washington' Montgomery since 1956. to understand that our Iocs. wag r
or,' other crops are urged with. a large delegation present, ccunty.: heavens gain. We shall miss hi* from
this- important) meetlns. Mr Sam Campbell chairman. of For several l years Mrs. Yates smile and words of encouragement,
OO"p.m. August 7 at4lt the group was In charge of the made her home here with her Important Notice when we are down-b arted, bu>j
qI a1" hml,. meeting lIe staled that t thf. 'intent titter Mrs. Lucy Jean Morris and we shall never forget the- mane,, RHODES
of this group was to. make Wal- bad a host of friends here to kindnesses of our friend Majp
,,.. terlda Dairy Show ton county a mare, dniriV\ placeto mourn her passing. Pre-school examination for any God richly bless each of you. ,
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The, w.u. l Florida Dairy show live and rear a family.Mr. child entering any school in Wal- The Family u4oZ --
will be held In Chipley Thursday, John Carver explained in CARD Or THANKSWe ton county, first time, first grade, > nF. WtJkersc <
4UUJ& U. 1984. There will beClasses detail how the rural rerewal program r
for 4-H Club and PTA was with this fall,. will be done at Walton ,
: cooperating groups wish to thank the many FRoM LITTLE1+
4t1J11w'a
} See 0\ r a elect{ ion of r
members You will enjoy this end agencies In Walton county friends who were so good to county Health Department. North '\ 1
great da/ry/ cattle show. Some of Mr James KCcOsll gave a veryf.ne render services: food, and wordsof 9th street Wednesday morning, / .SPA RS. .. aad women's '
the best animals in West Florida report on rural areas development comfort during the illness and August 19 at 8:30: A.M. .e -&dMa. w. yon boy.T .
will be work in West Florida. ' ... .t.....
slppyvn. death of our loved one. Parent should bring child in ::7r tWIT 'w ajMivcxaarieiwl .
Mr. Campbell appointed Frank May God bless and keep 'STW1 .
you. s;feattaa itfta..
poultry I Institute Adams W. II. Brannon. and The D. R. Anderson Family order: that examination may be flf1U8
August ;4 to 28 !Is the dates tor Mrs Bill Shults as a committee done before school begins.
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v. ,.tTJD: 'PUBLISHED' EVERT THURSDAY DeTDTflAK SPRINGS. FTXSRH THURSDAY, AUGUST 6. 1964

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lett is the son of Mr. and Mr*. and Mrs. William W. Rushing an .i'
Willett M. Beyea of Tomktn daughter Charlotte. Mr. and P.II'II.
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Cove. New York. John Bannister Miss. Pam Elite OKALOOSA-WALTON JUNIOR COLLEGE
her father and Mrs. John Irvine all.of D<-
Given In marriage by -,
Fla.. Mr. and VALPARAISO. FLORIDA
Funlak Springs.
the lovely bride wore a gowt
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of white silk organzia fashionec Mrs. Joseph S. Rosenthal of Per
with a bateau neckline and cape- sacola. Fla.. Mr. Charles w.1 i
let sleeves edged with Venlse lace Rushing( of Tallahassee, Fla., Mr. EVENING PROGRAM
The lace was repeated on a deep and Mrs. H. U Bass and Mr.' 1
border of the bell-shaped skin and Mr*. ,Howard McLco.1 cCrestvlew.
which featured a detachable train Fla, Mrs. W. K Jim s REGISTRATION AUGUST 21 & 22
A lace pillbox held her lengtt and daughter Nancy of fXs ..t''.
veil and she carried a cascade ol Fla, Mr. and Mrs. Wll.it; :ABeyea < .,
miniature yellow roses and and son. Bill of To-nkln Credit Courses
York. Mr. Paul On
stephanotis. of Cove.Niagara New Fall. New York I Ap 101 Typewriting ((3)) Co 201 Crt'ntlveVritlnsr ((3): )
r4i Attending the bride as matron Co 213 English: Literature ((3)
of honor was her sister MrsSonja First Methodist Churvh New Ap 103 Shorthand (3) Sm 107 Foundations of Advanced

Rosenthal.of She pink wore swiss a floor organzia Rev Langden Oar"I.*". Mlnlst' Ap 101 Electronics ((3)) Mathematics ((3))

length and gown a pink veil accented InI I Ap 219 Community Health &: Sm 131 General) Botany (.1))
Vocation Bible( School is Sm 201 Plane Analytical Geometry
and tear.drop
with a large pink rose Recreation
((3))
progress this week- at the church (3)Differential
pearl. .
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Mr. Paul Oral of Niagara Fall Mrs. Marvin Bishop director, reports Ap 235 Business Law ((3) Sm 203 Calculus ((3)

New York a close friend of the a good The school turn-out will (of contlnu boyaand : Ap 237 Kusines Management ((3)) Sm 231 Genetics ((3))

N' groom was his best man. through girls.next Wednesday meeting Ap 251 Accounting' ((3)) So 211 World Civilization. ((3): )
t Mrs. Bannister. sister of So 211So IrentVurlll Problems
Jacque from 8:00 1 to
each morning : Co 101 English! Composition! (3)
the brlde'i
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the bride presided evening ((3))
book.Mrs. August 1030.: On 12. a Wednesday special commencement Co 105 Effective Speaking ((3)) :231: Educational: Psychology
Kenney chose for her dauchter' service will be held. Co 125 Elementary Russian ((3)) ((3))
wedding a beige lace dustwith
An outdoor bulletin board ha
M.r wrist length sleeves and been installed in front of the Non-Credll COUrSCVNe ,
She a
beige accessories. wore
church facing Circle Drive. Th
sage of. white Beyea.carnations.Mrs. mother. of the bulletin board lighted' at night. 1 Data l'rueessing' Concepts Nc 8Nc Interior Decoration!
will contain announcements of Nc 2 Russian
groom: was attired' in a floral, activities at the church. You ar Contemporary I) Glamour Clinic I
silk street length dress and white Culture
Invited to ride by and see thl
accessories. She also wore a forage -I new addition. Nc 3 Ceramic Nc 10 Irep. of Income Tax.; Forms

Ushers of white for the carnations.happy occasion Remember the evening worship] NcI .Flower Arranging' Nc 11 Practical Politics
begins at 700.: Three services -
service
Rosenthal of: Nc'l r Clothing Construction
were: Mr. Joseph R. are Informal and design Nc 12 Calculus Review
Pensacola and Mr. Rolland Nc C1 Upholstery
Frink of Eglln Air Fore B....R.I' to minister family. to Why every dont memberthe you and o( Nc 7 The Decision-Making' Game Nc 13 Drivers Education:

The bride chose as her coral". your family worship with us thl (Computer Base) Nc 14 Nutrition ,
ing ensemble a two piece
: I Sunday evening. A pleasant way
linen dress and white accessories.
to spend a Summer Sunday evening -
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Her corsage was white carnation Cut here
is going to church.
t. Schedule of Regular Services - - -
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After a short honeymoon at,
Silver Springs Mr. and Mrs. 943: Sunday School
M r. cq Ronald W. Beyea will make their 11:00: Morning Worship. Please complete this form and return' It tn the college.
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home In Fort Walton

Following the ceremony the ship. NAME.--._._________-_ ADDRESS----: ______.______
Miss Janice Marie Kenney Weds reception was held at the home 70: EvenInCnJnhlp.

I Mr. Ronald Willett Beyea of The the bride's brides parents.table laid with a i Olenaale Baptist Church TOWN: _ ..______________-.__-_____..- I'IIONs--------------------
Melds. A Revival Aug. t>1S
white lace cloth had as its focal
Marriage exchanged li*. Major Glenn Hammer was . ....
vow were point the three tiered wedding INDICATE IK YOU NEED AN AITUCAT1ON: -- --- ----- --------- ----
at 2: P.M. on Saturday July 25. the organist and Mrs. Robert rake topped with a miniature. Glendale. BaptUt Church wl
1M4. In St. Mt+ry'a Catholic Stewart, vocalized' Mother At bride and groom and an arrangement -' bold a revival beginning August
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hunch In Fort Walton Beach by Your Feet We Are Kneeling-. of whit ...d1oUa. Mrs.'I tth and continuing through Aug- PLEASE LIST ANY OTHFR COUHSF. OF INTERKST: : -- .0--
Ice Janice Marie Kenney and "Prayer For A Perfect Life", and Nancy Jones and Miss Pant l XI-: pst 18th at 7JO P.M. each even-
r. Ronald Willett Beyea. The "Oh Sacred Heart Oh Love DiV- lint served at the bride's table. ng. The visiting speaker will be
ipressive double wedding ring ine". The punch table which held the' Rev. W. l- Clark pastor of the .-- - -- .-- ._ -_ -
any was performed by theend Janice Marie It the daughter crystal punch set was presided Freeport Baptist' Church. .
Joseph C. Underwood. of Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Ken-i over by Mrs. John Irvlns. I I August leth we will celebrate!
The alter was decorated with rey of SOS Forest Drive. Fort' Out of town guests were: Mr. our homecoming.
' ted candles and white gladioy Walton Beach. Fla. Ronald WU-: ____ I I Everyone is cordially Invited to Strict Up.... Tier rill V.rtot. WlHi'" Corf ,
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ANNOUNCEMENT- Fashion FlatsI

Mr. and M.... O. A Norton
(Lan'ce Jones) of Riloxl Ml...
announce the birth of a daughter .
e Susan Carol Norton In tb. 1lnwrrf S. Muck VolHOl'

\ .. Moth M M*mri'and.\ 'H.u&ht-..4t" .\<.<'.U\n..a.1naa,. 're.. I (t It'S.c' Low Price l lAMVI 3qq t

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c( rout...you paying. ooxfc month? r''' Free I
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w yovnolff and family I At the :;"'-:::; .
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Off roof ocelots bat no HOMOS.WHAT < Ides yow may ..... ..W OMl ..<. FEATURE

< $2.00 A DAY" CAN BUYI I suitable homo foe yovneH and foaaVy v*.....
but to. prove..that. yow to" writ. for ovr latest ....... wttdi ... win MNI . You NIW
..MOW hard to believe which, Is easy.ION than $2.00 a hales our 21 aooel ......, ..... fttOf plo.. :
oWr $SO a month, MOnth and gives detail of tamstrveda I ,... Oat OW M
day,a. *..*. &jootoi2r ears.$60 $ lief this be&hL.. Yw -
laonth few charge. i a c" gad Qft
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12yeOTanMwfiM tall dedvcSbM .home yow con i Oe1 few .. -r yea w Bear
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port of your MOnthly payments paytnq for ...... W. .... btAt ... 184.011
So...no awnor ,how tile you ewe poyinaBiaonth -I'I.tj
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the tlt.y-
that by 12 months .....throuph.d egsrstrr
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.hoar moth atoxsry yea i wtt pay a You wM bo thowa every i.....,. ABOUT
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_D ... __- CTRN. u7 I FLORIDA Whole 15

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6 bottle carton Prices Effecth.eAupllt ,
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FREE With 12 purchaseof btl. 5,6. 7 and 8
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Hard,Green HeadCABBAGE LEGS LB. 39c
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FRIDAY. 9 A. M

EXTRA SPEfJIAL .
ALL DAYTHURSDAY
I GREATEST SHOE BARGAINS IN 1Ak&' .;\ \ STORE CUTS LOOSE 'WITH A\ ;BIG
b .SluSItiNG\. . MONEY\ SAVING\
WISE'S' HISTORY DON'T' FAIL TO 9 1 I CLEARANCE.: JUST IN TIME' FOR SCHOOL AND\ !) PLENTY' OF I I'I
SUMMER' \ ..AIII Af). ALL\ ... SUMMER\ \ MERCHANDISE\ IN THE
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) MERCHANDISE\ ARRIVING\ (; DAILY) '
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STOCK Large GroupS LARGE .All Men's\ '
ENTIRE First Quality Solids & Stripes GROUPSHOES One Group
r Girl's' LadiesDresses SWIMWEAR

LADIES...
SWIMWEAR CANNON TOWELS Entire Stock'
ALL BOYSSWIMWEAR .While Your Choice They' Last LADIESSWIMWEAR
Youf'*' choice

J Sizes 2 to 14 SIZE 20 x 40 . 2 FOR $$1.00 .Men.'.. Women's' ,Children's' HAND8AGSHalf
.UK HERE EARLY! .Assorted
SIZE 15 x 36 . 3 FOR $$1.00 Styles *
Discontinued Numbers 5-'
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Entire Stock IJmlted "AmountHalf' SPORT SHIRTS

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GlpMAMASreUrok.n
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price Assorted. Pattern' "",
HJ e* .1H. Choirs1N57
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'PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY PeFUWAK' SPRINGS. FLORIDA 'T THURSDAY :AUGUST 6, 1964


Hodges-Harbin Wedding' ,I
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Saturday August 8


The wedding of Miss Jackie 1
Hodges, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R}

Henry Clanton Hodges of DeFun

lak Springs and Mr. Michael :<
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Harbin son of Dr. and Mrs. Henry -

William Harbin of Augusta Ga. y t
6J will be solemnized Saturday August ,yf
8th at 4 p.m. In the First f

Baptist Church. I f
No invitations are being sent In !
town but all friends and relatives)I ?n.Maf /rY; s4f

are invited A reception= will follow
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/J ?: | Freeport Road.EngagementMrs. Ilell-Adamlt 1 s f Ar x I



AR Y O. L. Dell of DeFunlak
S { Springs, announces the engage 1 I tn 5 R pi

ment of her daughter Margaret I t

Ann to Ronnie E. Adams of De :s

Funlak Spring, son of Mr. Z. :

Adams of Balnbridge, Ga., .
Mrs. Jennette Collinsworth A'I ./ rf
Darlington.An .
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August wedding Is w.. b.'
r.i4' They will reside In Wichita Falls /AA

Texas where he will be stationed < 4k.
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r Dr. and Mrs Larry P. Garrett I .1A' ;,

moved and son to San Robert Antonio Eugene, Tex., where have -: '1 1I .;>,,*;.,... < < t ',. ,. ., '1B: 1':;. '

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Dr. Garrett .is a Capt. In the U. 1Ma
/. .. '. S. Air Force. --' .. .- .. .<,--j : >1 \ wr'I rl

,', : ../'>/ 4: .r, Sp. 4th Ben R. Shelton and Gierlach's] Celebrate Golden I engagement AnnouncedRev.

( ; Mrs. Den R. Shelton, two children I I
'; #:tf' i:( and
Gary Donna Lynn have been WeddingAnniversary
and
Mrs
I fiF't; "''r' I Aubrey Brannon Ugh: school and is now serving!
__.. __. ._ > recent guest of his grandmother
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announce the engagement and in the United States Air Force.
Engagement Announced Mrs. W. J. Van Sant. They werecnroute I Mr. and Mrs. Mike CierlachI den
. candle-sticks holding yellow forth-coming marriage of their The wedding will take place
I to army station at Allied I celebrated their golden wedding tapers. daughter Aubrey Jean to 2-C Roy August 23rd at 3.30: p.m. In the

Air. and Mn. Ewell Edgar ployed at Stylette Beauty. Shoppe France.Supreme Headquarters in Paris, anniversary Sunday the twenty- On one end of the table was Rodgers, son of Mr. and Mrs. First Free Will Baptist churchof '
Berry Ala, announce the engagement Troy Ala. I Ben's mother Mrs. ViolaSawyer I,sixth! of July, 1964 from three to the gorgeous crystal punch bowl William C. Rodgers of Geneva. Samson, Alabama.No .
and approaching marriage Mr. Cornelison graduated from visit before was here for a ten day six, o'clock In the afternoon at the filled with gold colored punch. The bride elect .Is a graduate invitations will be sent;, but

of their daughter Miss Mary Walton High School. DcFunlak In returning Calif. to her home II! Woman' Club on Sixth Street. The other end of the table was of Walton high school: of DeFun- all friends and relatives are In-

Helen Derry to Mr. James Artery Springs and li a graduate of ChI- Ontario Sunday morning during Mass in well laden with mints nuts, cook lak Springs Florida. The groom vited.
Cornellson son of Rev. and Mr. pola Jr. College, Marianna. He James Sharpe and family of' St. Marguerettes Catholic churchon lea pecan rolls and toasted egg to be is a graduate of Geneva
James Arbery Cornetlson, Slo- attended Troy State:: College Troy Decatur Ga., also were here for! Nelson Ave, Rev. Father Joseph cookies.
comb .Ala. and presently is employed in a few days visit with his mother Notorpole gave them a special The cake was cut by Mrs. Marie NOTICE ELECTION State Senator Third Senatorial District
One <111 Member of U> Houee of Be-
and *
Miss Deny i I. a graduate of Auburn, Ala., with plans to enter Mr. Van Sant. ceremonial and blessing. Overhelser. Mrs. John Hanus, Sr. Be Ie known that I. TOM ADAMS preeentatlree

Charles Henderson High Troy Auburn University in January Dr. Hiram Sharpe and wife of They were married in 1914 in poured. Mrs. Ray Markus presided Florid 8ecntal7: do of hereby Stan ,rt of.* the notice Btat that of a County Judge
Clerk of the Circuit Court
and attended Chlpola Jr. College The wedding date has been set Amlte. La., were guests of Mr. the Catholic church in New Castle over the guest book and OENERAt .JCLKCTION: will be held In Sheriff
for 13 and Mrs. Van Sant. Pennsylvania. Mrs. Lucy Jean Walton County Florid. on TuMday Tax Assessor
Marianna. She is also a graduate September 1004, at gOO; Morris was floor next micc of Trl-Stato Beauty College Do- o'clock in the First Baptist Churchin Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Van Sant1' Mrs. Glerlach had on displayher hostess.In NoTmbr. A. D.. 114M. th. aald Tuesday County Tax Collector Superintendent of Public

than Ala., and .Is presently em- Troy Ala. and granddaughter of Bfrming- I original wedding gown which the receiving: line with Mr. to fill bring the the following third day office of :November Instruction
I
ham of his was a thing of beauty and well and Mrs. Glerlach United Huperrlsor of Registration
were guest uncle, Mr. was their daughter 8tata Senator Three ((3)) Members of the Board or
and Mrs. Mack Anderson Mr. and Mrs Lewis Cawthon preserved. It R.pr..fntatlT. In Oonicraaa for theKtnt
I Mr Van Sant. was truly an attraction Miss Jennie Glerlach of County Oommlssloaere, District) 1. :3

I and chuarenl left last week fur were visitors* in Panama City on Among those from here attend. to everyone. Panama City. Their sister-in-law Concmaional(131* Ju.tlo. DI.trictThree of the Supreme and Two a((21 Member* of the Board of
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I their home in Orange ,.X. tiller Saturday. ng the Horse Show in Gracevllle The club house was artistically Mrs. Helen Glerlach and their Court. Oroupa 1. a and :3 Public Instruction. Districts: ) a and 4
One (I.) Judcaof the Dtatrlct Court
a vacation visit witn Mr. Ander- Mrs. Vallie Fannin was a vlsior Saturday night were Mr and decorated with yellow mums gold niece. Miss Frances Glerlach. both of Appeal for tb. First Appellate EMa- Six!. 4, Justice., of the Peaoe. District

sons mother Mrs. Burl ituuley In Fort Walton on Monday. Mrs. Sterl Ingram and sons, Mr. mums gold tinted and green ivy of DeFunlik Springs. trieS OovernorBweretary Eight a'i) Constable*. District 1. 24. .
and other relaUvand a pleasantstay Mrs. Joe Nelson was a visitor and Mrs. Delbert Spence and and large pots of fern. Soft music was played during of State S. c. S. S. 10

at the gulf. In Geneva Ala on Saturday:: of girls, MJr. and Mrs. Harold Carpenter The table was covered in yellow the reception hours Many friends Comptroll.rCommlrlonsr of Agriculture County Testimony Surveyor Whereof. I Leas benunto
U*'. and tirs. W. D. Cawthon at- !lISt< Week. and girls. Mr. and Mrs. overlaid with a pretty white lace called to congratulate this worthy. Treasurer: i iA'torn.y set my hand and lbs O test Seal tithe
of th* Btat* of Florid a* Tallahaeeee.
Unaed the dedication: of the new Mr. and Mrs Grant Campbell Hen Chesser and guests Mr. and cloth. It was centered with a and happy couple and to view the OsneralSupertntend.nt of Public Instruction capital, this the ttolrty-nrst day

hospital at Uraievtlio bunUay.Mrs. :: c..f Clearwater were visitors inJcBunlak ffrs.. Jerry Moseley of Hartford. beautiful three tier white wedding many beautiful gifts on display. Florida Public Utilities Oommlesloner. I ' July, A.ADAMS?'lIeeretarT Of Sate
I fc. H. Walker and MI..eaI over tho weekend.Mr. Ala. cake with gold flowers top- As the sun set In the Wet it State! Attorney of the First Judicial lflEAL.4t TOM.) ..
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.I4, ....,...__ \u "3 will attend the ''WortCi' rate.'rh.y their vnamUoet tt.,.1'iuniHURev. -with carrying ea--...4o.OO. emblem. On either: side were solj Mrs. Glerlach. I
will also visit in Bridgeport., and Mrs. Itichard Blud- Just like new. Call TW 0-37011
Conn beloro returning home. worth and children will vacation nights. WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT _.
Mrs. t.. A. ttan/ord: left Saturday Mt Jildgccrcst: Baptist Assembly. I THE BEST BUY
fur Cheshire Cui n., where Kldgccrest, N. C. this week and THREE BKDROOM HOUSE for Mr. and Mrs. Trevls Cipson of
she wul visit her son-in-law and will attend Home Mission Week rent $50.00 month. 4.000 to sell, 3eFunfak Springs, Florida Route I
'third house on left behind TasteeFreez. 1 I, have the honour of
daughter Mr and Mrs. Tom Benton here. announcing -
and two sons. Mr. and Mrs. H. Q. Carnley Call MU 2-3228 in Crest- the engagement and approach-

Miss Hazel Campbell left last wero visitors In Petisacola las view after 8 pjn., j Ing marriage of their daughter IN TOWN
Saturday fur Lcesburg for a visit week. 7:30: 88.: 13. 20 chg. Delora Travee Glpson to Pfc. .
Clarey
with Mr and Mrs. W. II. Asbell Mrs. Eileen: Braslngton of Ponce CASH FOR LATE MODEL and Campbell, the son of Mr.
Mrs.
and family. d. Leon and three lovely daughters cars IBS models up. Buying. for r Cam Campbell of Panama _
Mrs. Hal Richardson has returned are visiting Mrs. Braslngion's ., Eastern and Miami markets. If ,, ;r. City, Florida.

home after a visit will sister., Mrs. Waldeeu Spence you have a used car to ..U. call Miss Glpson I Is an advanced

Mr. and Mrs Uoy Morris In Panama and family In Magnolia Miss.. .James) Hussey TE .U11-a ajri. Junior at Jackson State College LADIES COATS

City. They were accompanied by Mrs.. till BJO:. p-rn. 12Jlpd:. In Jackson Mississippi. Pfc.
Miss Chris Morrison of Sliver Joy Mosely and four charmln I ;: Campbell Is a graduate of Florida
,
Spring Md., arrived Saturday fur daughters of DeFunlak Springs. FOR ALES WATER FRONT 2 f A and M University's. School: of

i a visit with her uncle. Judge 1>. Carol Jones of Fla. State Unlv, iota, and wooded In. lots. On Pharmacy He is now In the U. S.
Stuart aUl..... went to lllloxi on Friday to welcome .: Choctawhatchee: Bay, located on Army and enroute to the Officers
I t i'. Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Dluo hadas her new niece and namesake .. Okalooaa-Walton county line In : Candidate School In Ft. Denning.
.! guests last week at their Blue Susan Carol Norton. Caro]i Villa Tasso. A. C. )low.. RU 1 Georgia.

Mountain Beach Cottage Mr. and and Miss Maude Saunders who I: Box 239, Villa Taco Nlcevllle: t The wedding .is an event of

Mrs Tom Crawford lynda and had been visiting the Norto I Florida. August 8. 1984 at the home of

Tommy and Miss Peggy Redman drove home on Sunday. Carol ro- FOR SALE MILK Joe per ..al.or .. M. the bride at 7OO: pjn. No Invita
ConnonCelebrate.
Ala.' turned to FSU. nay : tions will be sent. Friends and
of llueytown.
'I Mr. and Mrs. Itufus Daughett Carol Jones niece of Miss. 3 gal. for $2.00. Please furnish I ; !. 12th Birthday relative of both :families are

; F' spent the weekend at their cottage Maude Saunders will graduate o n your own containers. Open from I' cordially' Invited to attend.
August II from FSU with .. 8-8 ajn. and 8-7 pjn. Varln'sDairy. Ray M Cosson. son of Mr and :
; at Inlet' Beach. a BS Reception will be given at the
Hi way 83. Glendale) Road. Mr. Vernon Co celebrated
Misses. Elisabeth and Bell Davis Degree In Elementary Education: on. ride's home Immediately' follow
of Jacksonville are housegueats 01 Carol will 'teach the fifth grad 731.:. S.iepd.: his 12th.' birthday July 27th. ing the ceremony
Ray will be In the seventh
this week. In Iluettlger Elementary School I
Mrs. W. I. Stinson FEMALE HELP WANTED In.
I Mr. and Mrs Charles King. Sr. Tallahassee during the 64-01 3 t tervlewer wanted for parttime grade this year, attends Sunday
school term. school& and church at. the First
Lave as guest their granddaughter. telephone survey work. Give
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. White 01 t I Baptist He Is a member of the
King of Chlpley.
Kay phone number. Prefer private .
Miss Vlckl Jennings had as Thotnasvllle Ala, and two chi) line. Not a selling job. Air mall Scout' Troop 23, and enjoys help it C

I't ti guest last week Miss CathrynGarravtay dren""" Wesley Howard and JeanleLoree ) I letter Including education work| time Ing his at the father shop.during his spare CaswellMotor .z H

,, of Marianna.Mr. were In DeFunlak this part experience& and names of references ,
He has friends who wish
the week" visiting relatives I many
and Mr. Olln Duren. and to: American Research Doteau. him
many many happy returns of
friends.
the past
former Jean Duffy spent Field Staff Department. the day.
two weeks at their Dlue Mountain Mr and Mrs. flay Maples oFrvepcirt Beltsvllle. Maryland. Itchg

c Beach Cottage. returned' Saturday from I TO WHOM IT MAY .....-. I
p I Mss. Sara btlnson has as guest vacation In Washington D. C. NOTICE
Pollard M. WoodaU will not be
this week his Mary Cathryn Wllllamtburg. Va.. and the North ..REGISTERED ARABIAN SUI.
Fla. lion at stud. Finest blooj lines. leeponslble for any debts made
Lamlnger of Fort Pierce. ami South Carolina i SPECIAL
Mr. and Mr. Phil Harris .visited. Miss Catherine Henderson 01 Carl Young. Ph. Glendale 839. by anyone except' myself.
W. I. Stinson. Sr 2333. Aug. 8.13.20.27pd. 733.30.a.13pd.: ;
I their aunt. Mrs. Milton and John Edwards of 1959 Chev. 4doorA
'. In Fort Walton Beach Sunday. JlOI), were the guests of Mr. FOR SALE: MAN'S DIAMOND HELP WANTED TWO V..".

I )Miss Mary Richardson visited. and Mrs. E. t,.. lollingworth on ring al.. 9. 400 N. 9th St. Itpd men<< age 18-29, with are for nice: Car
I ,, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oarraway Sunday. rout. ..I.... See Mr. Taylor. atpostofflce.

1 :n Marianna last week. Roger Bait son of Mr. and Mrs. FOR RENTt$ THRII BEDROOM : Thursday. and Friday 895

Mr. and Mrs. Dewson Copelandand Braden Ball of IVnsaeola. 1s. visitIng house with built-in' kitchen. East between 10JO: and 11 a.m. Salary .
daughters visited Mr. Cope- Mr. and Mrs Bob Anderson DeFunlak. near church and .tore. discussed' during interview Itpd
.1 land's parents and sister, In Cln aid Maggie 'this week. Located Inside city limit. For' 1958 Chev. 4-door
FOR SALE OR TRADE ONS
and Madison. Ind. Information
clnnati. Ohio call TW
8-9381.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. U Spence 01 her." John Ah accompanied' a age weight about 180O: lbs,
Orlando spent several days las group of young people from the FOR SALES SMALL. TWO "4-) Would like to sell or exchangefor $595
.
\' week with Mr. and Mrs. U F.Stlel.r. First PrWbjrterian ChurchMontreat to, room cement block house, lot 118 another. Murdock Ray Rt .4.
j.A... N. C last week where a 210 feet. Four mile' to centers' Box 93.. DeFunlak Spring-. Via.I < .

I --lira. T. J. Reardon spent Wr ilttesday they are the houaeguvat of Miss of town. $393000. $33O-OO down. 5.l,13.2tpd. 1957 Pontiac 2-door V? : I
I In Chi,,,.,.. attendingmeeting a Mary Elliot and Mrs. Henry El.I 13300 per month. Call TW 8.T838 '. 'c '
hot Jr. They. I ... YOU CAN BORROW e.. Hardtop ;: .
of the Welfare are participating I to sew T.3O.8,13.3OrhgFOR :.
Dept. Carpet Shampooer. Free to clean
and a Workl Missions. Conference' a I'I
Mrs. Wlllard Munn the General Assembly headquarter 'I SALE: THREE aNeeoat, your carpets with Blue Lustte. $295BAKER
t .... Teresa left this week to visit Father .
and Mrs. of the Southern Prrabyteria two story horn*, with very large Hardware Co.
9 her eon and family. Mr. lot. big spaetous living all
) Church Thove participating I room
.
1 John Munn Ehulls In CaISM'r.)0.returned home this inspirational experience are 0nwdern, coonatN klft. Two er Dr. Pascal I Roberta CASWELL

Uti.k Bubba after ten days at. Camp Dawn Campbell Jert Lane Camp carport limits. Ideal location. Inside city Announces the opening $14.99 UPCHILDREN'S
bell. John Jette CampbelL flublisekett. on Freeport Road. Ph. TW
Weed. SU Teresa Beach.Mr I. 4-431 for further Information.TJJtfrhg hU office for th*>
Jimmy Laird. Tee
1 ?and Mrs. P. O. Knepper returned tree : practice of MOTOR CO.
;t borne this week sifter a McDonald, Tim Sutton. Lr* Thomas ,

visit with her sister In Blrmingltt0aW and Cynthia Yarberough. ChiropeltetySaturday. COATS 1.99 UPMILLER'S

w -;e .. VlfliIlfr. Mrs. thigh Adams returned Friday .. FSJSXMI- AM WardWater Au* 9 Free Parting
+ It) Mrs. Glen Cnesser' had 'nftOPtt with Mr. and' Air CWidltieawd Show R.
11I';M,, and Wetta as*! Pa... ..
Mrs. Adrian
1iha"! 'ttb.ar and gwst taIa11T.this Mr.weekend and Mrs.d.t her. .. T.Fuole.... and familyGeteevtU at I' Easy ........ Call eellest" Office" open TMed.a7.'T"bund.a7. Easy Tersa
Saturday
of "artturd. Al. Mr. and Mr. Wfevyne Rul Dee Pats... ...Ufa. 8478178Wttey .
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Jtr'7 ..12 and IS* t. -3O
Gloria jit.aftunS visited and son David Wayne left Saturday ' Ware. v..... M$.ttM Hiway U. S. 90 West

1 1 ..*fJ*>>16/aa B iai..iaa a, la ,rgniamli. over the for a two week. vacation la I 4(1818X18M 191 Nekton Av-...* 8tb St. .. ANNEX TO MILLER'S SHOESVOLUMB

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EVERY THURSDAY DaEUNlAX* SPRINGS. FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 6, 1961
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son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. Wli- Ir
Serve Oat Burgers Next Cookout kerson of Rt 2. has completedUlM I.KC3AL. NOTICES
tint phase of his Air Force basic
military training at Lackland -r
AFB. Tex.Airman. AaJo.NOTWaas Lt ....u.a FOR" ALL, YOUR DRUG AND
Wilkerson has been .....b e1514An .
.t.ctlon to d.trmta.. whetheror
selected for technical training asa ma At.a Numb a. a porTwUoMa of PRESCRIPTION NEEDSKing's
land located 1s ..o. 33. So.a.ag. .
transportation specialist at the
al W. 11..crlb.d .. u.. w.
Y Air Training Command (ATC) % or the sod UM aM.' wSt
y: school at Sheppard AFB Tex. lilt the 'fJ a. uen 33. Tw Mt.Haag. .
al W. ontatatag 333 at..inmos.
Yew unit is part of the vast ATC or tar. am the North A.N. "
system which trains airman and of the North WM W sad u.. North;
bt ..., W of b.cuo.
of UM Nortb .
officers in the diverse skills required Rr ta. Nang Si W. oootJnto l
by the nation's aerospaceforce. .CTM mor or Ion. SASS W oN. Rexall DrugsCOSMETICS.
W**, U of U>. NorUa w. t4 or.
..coos I. TW .... 1taa.. al w. con.tb
The airman Is a 1M4. gr.. aa taatag oboes 40 Un.r.SS b coondJO.*'"oprM.ot 'W the
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of Paxton high school. tooorpomuoo or Uvjot 7bws
1 P.a ott.. Walton l County pseuds.mRs .
wUI M bald &.b. -
Army Sergeant First Class KJ1- sod T\aMdQ aectloo IIa a.>-b.r .which toot

lard Johnson Sf, whosa wife* ::. ah 4.1 If tb. -Sr.wmn =* -_ of .:=-u:: !
Dorothy lives at 1439 29th' St.. Ho. a would appro. OP r J." _D_
Columbus.. Ca, and other member I lag or said .* la the &DSrper.M. GIFTS AND CARDS
ot raaPail.
USSR* ot UM Town .
of 3Mth Transportation Company of
win b.
to t = = .
provided support- for the J0. STTI>oi Tb..
will 0.a' t:UIJ Sin.e
transfer and rotation of troops-01 pisS
the Berlin Brigade. !tni Oetwjassj -r db.euos Tea as t.--These Cwwotl.Ja1r -- FOR ALL OCCASIONS --
>*
J.w,. O.l Borac-r, lopped 1 with beeM or onion re aoooMd bun with' leisure and ",II." ra.k. a filling entre for an ../I MelDtoel'
wld-..ppn-. a platoon rcamt%>in Gmrk.Tb.o of Paalonopb Phone TW 4-2281
This zecJne for Patio Oat Burgers has been developed for cook- the company' regularly stationed Manor. TowD A. Ad of ....""'
IDa on outdoor' crill. There U just the diM amount cf liquid near Augsburg. Germany enteredthe
for molat burger,,but not too much to make handling difficult. Army In January IM1.
Tb. liquid tiiMMe dds an interesting flavor but thVUnot r Sergeant Johnson son of Mr. DeFUNU SPRINGS. FLORIDA
and Mrs. Leonard Johnson Route
?{ Thrifty.hanereatera know that rolled oat are an excellent 1. is a 1950 graduate of Tteoll Seconds
--_ "iffiCS11/' mb ntrm. Not only do rolled oata Men school. Take 60 I L
Wp _malt. I '! go further but. at the Mm time.
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tbIry improve the nutritive value by,the addition of protein. imlvitamins RIGHT NOW : -
podaDt D essential minerals and food energy Omamentallrou"ork i iTo I If

I',,' Oat Burgers
1 pounds ground l>crf 2 teacpoons saltcup Shop Located At GacUaAH let ua help you clear yd_ _
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;1 rolled oats,unasked t f i teaspoon up any quwtion you
pepper Insurance.
Q.kk: or regular 1'4 teaspoon or bquict amoke' might have about -
'cwp chopped onion optional f
_"I.ear % CUP milk or tomato juicohape rlsissoNt WORK FIX-R WONDERS
tnnan lades. in diameter. Cr t ,t-.ir'; to; '1.il: doneness: over low W.a and Mil ,lt,., ,,.. . . I "DRAGON"HEDGE __. with this. AMAZING NEW
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glowing coal., turning nChlli S :e plain' or on bun topped with .f risk. I If ( PLASTIC TREATED FABRIC
type
handle'
avsry
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sauce c.If' t.r Bur cream, .. desired. Yield: help TRIMMERS
w can
a patties.News. them. I. any way
.'lat. 'It will be
with probl
a
yu S a..d..a p.WIM MadleC
of, Walton Johnson received instruction In a pleasure for us t* da se vvlthsu ll.htw.laaltall' r

Men-In Service the testing and Inspecting of A .bllgstUn.Harris. M.d.n.d wtUne blade ./ _. \\1-\\atcb I

Army helicopters. rutlvhr.b.sdl.da.,.......".. ,".....e.1.N. ,e
He entered the Array in September ._,.. .
Insurance .. balast d 1 n all po _..
Sp-5 Tonunie C. Johnson, 23. : 1058 and was last stationed Wertc Oaarantaad ..ri.tk loath ...'<." 1w ..... wltlsawe f 4
.. Clenda. lives at 103 at Fort Ruck r. Ala. taps, ...... hurt a. "-, g'....
I Coin St., Bonltay, com Johnson l Is a 1938 graduate of CampbelLWeliiasr.Rt. Agency Hats --- N ....?" sad a. J.1., or $24.95
a five week rotary-wina Walton high school. .
hsrgal Inspector course at the His parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack TW t-Ml)
s. a.x 148. WlanMk Spd.i..
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Transportation School Fort C. Johnson live in Freeport.
I PUrlda' s he... riorala 4.Mt1America's DeFunlak Sprlap. FU.
Va, July 27
ZKaHna' the course Syedall lt I Airman Chester W. Wilkerson. ,r tI
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