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: October 15, 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: VID00250
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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Caro Named Club 1a t




Harmony SchuctzenkoenigGeorge 97eDE?



::) v J
Titt fired the lint shot Quarterback Club; To :.

at a wooden bird :Saturday: at Award Trophy To l'la>"er
:
>V.4S: a-m.. and the 17th annual ,

schuetzenfest sponsored by Ger- This year the Quarterback Club : .... 0 0 I

man Club Harmony got under will award a trophy to the mostalueable ..'--"") . ...... ... V .. Jj c;; : -'d

way. \ player on the Walton ,...Cc.:.. ") __ -
1ve hour and 12 minutes later, lootball team.Selections -
just 12 minutes before the dead- will be based on VOLUME\ 72-PUBLISHED_ EVERY THURSDAY' -- DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. 1 Fl.OItlDA( OCToilEU 15. 1961 x| 1 umber 45

une set for the event. Philip Caroof scholastic: ability goo dsportsman- I Held I DR. .HARRY MOFFETT- --' :
shot tne final ship and performance in all Commission 5
Pensacola: away
I
piece of the bird and became the games.: At the end of the seaosn, 'Routine MeetingThe Farmers To File ' ror

club's: 17th fc> uetzenkoen18.Mn. each: member of the QB club CpiSs
will be mailed a ballot for his
George Titt had the highest County Commission helda

score: in the ladies events, selection. regular monthly meeting Tuesday ':
and named 1964 Queen of the The trophy has already arrived
was : morning with routine matters
and will be on display in a down- Die
Cotton
festival.
shooting coming: up before the board.
Second place in this event wentto town store window.If William DeRolf. county forester i iI,1 Heavy Damage <
would like :
to make
you a
Mrs. Melatt, third to Mrs. ', made his annual report. e

Lynch and Mrs. Schneider won selection mail your membershipfee Sheriff Howard Anderson ask- __ __ I _

the ladies' plaque. 'of $300 to QB Club P. O. ed the board to provide a paddedcell Tivoli Thumps I fallow ern Carnival General
Box 544 DeFuniak Fla.Over Suggested
Springs e.
Other target events were won in the county jail to be used And Supper At nay School
as follows: Masters-.J. Yuscalk.J. 70 members ha.ve already for violent and mentally disturbed Chiplc.25-0 Farmers File ClaimsAbout

Sisk and B. Stahlberg. with: joined and are now eligible to prisoners. The Hay School wilt hold Its

Yuschalk winning the plaque. ote. The club meet weekly onTuesday The Florida Board of Forestry The Tivoli High School Tigers annual Halloween Carnival and SO cotton: farmer from
the School
.._ Marksman Caro, B. Kanel- Auditorium.nights at High signed a contract: with the Com ceieorateti<<, their' third victory as cupper at the Point Washington Walton and Holmes counties: attended -

lis and T.: Meiatt. with Kanelliswinning mission to clean UP In the Juniper they' romped over' Houhlac High School House Friday evening a County Commission

the plaque.PriceJ. Lake public fishing area once a Lien here- last hunday.. After October 23rd. There will be a Tuesday, with Cong. Bob Slkes

: Caro, W. Caro and J.Yuschalk. Halloween Carnival At I v-_k.A. M scoreless tint quarter and two tried' <<, chicken supper priced at and high Eglin officials: present.

with the Senior Pla- West End Elementary Soon lease by the State Boar of minutes before half a 20 yard SI.00 for adulU and SOc for hU- The farmers suffered damage

que win by J. Doering.As The West End ElementarySchool : Education to the Florida Park pass from King Uruwn to Allen dren. The carnival will follow estimated by Walton county: Agent

alwayas. in this aU-day is having their annual Halloween -' Board covering: a tract of about t aul neUcd' the first tally Ralph with many attractions for both It. O. Hrrlaon at $50.000 in Walton

shooting festival, highlight of the carnival October 490: acres near Gray; ton Beachwas .wvnkln added AT. An olf- young and old. including the county and $15,000 In Holmes
Saturday, -
day was shooting away parts of 24. at 8 sponsored by. the, received and ordered' recorded. .-Narv I anL.h .ranr.ah I tackle slant front the two yard usual>> cake walk. county. Their case was presented
the wooden bird to determine the pjn. <<' The tract has more than a line by Ralph Manning added b>' Harrison, who said the damage -

king of 'the festival, to reign for' P..J"e: A.will be booths for fan and I mile of Gulf Frontage. The Board' jt>r, Moffett, pastor of the F-wt 2nd TD. TUoll Homecoming was to their cotton' crop

the coming: year. entertainment where numerous adopted a resolution asking the pyrsbrt..riuit church Gastonia A shot up middle by Bob Paul Activities Thin Week which ranged from slight up to

Pieces: of the bird were shot off will be given Park Board to name the park the Ni C; will be guest preacher foeSpiritual from 10 yards line netted third very nearly total and caused' > by

by: Zepter. B. Stahlberg; sphere prizes Following the costume away.contest D. Stuart GUlls State Park. Enrichment service: at TO. Paul added> PAT.. A forty Thursday night at Tivoli athletic spraying by either 2-4D or
B. Doering; beak. B. Ritzman Sr.; There was no second: too. motion ' the First Presbyterian church yard gallop by Ronald Jordan flrltl. a bonfire and "The 245T.
will and I
there be a parade crowning -
tall J. Caro; crown: J. Doering; of the Halloween King and to pay Galloway InsuranceCo. beginning Sunday morning and and a thirty yard. pass for Brown Tiger Growl" will be held preceding He said the damage extended In

right leg B. Ritzman. Jr. head, Queen whose names will be announced the sum of $,320.SO for light; lasting ,through 'Tuesday night. A to Allen Paul resulted In touch the home-coming: game a belt running from just south of

T. Melatt; ten leg P. Caro; right ahead of time. of way work in connection: with I cordial >Invitation Is extended to down for the Tigers. Friday at Harbevon Field playing town running In a northwesterly

wing J.,,Yuschalk and left wing The public: .Is Invited to oJin highway! improvements her*. This,. Interested persons to Join with Outstanding for the Tigers Included Comb high school Ft. Walton direction" across the Glendale and

B. Kane" ts.Attendance. In the fun at the West End elementary was the third time the bill hoe them. 1 : Michael hall Russell Hallower. Beach. Darlington communities, . and Into
was fine at th come: up before the board withno Ulysses Wright, Fred Ashley The home-coming parade will western. Holmes countle
school October :24, don L I.I.L
shoot this year and at noon ai I forget the date.Astronomer action taken.Marianna Veteran'M Day Celebration Bob Powell John Brown be held Friday at 4 p.m. Harrison said the damage was

always, the clubhouse was filled r Wednesday November 11 Curt Bruton John Wright Doug definitely no caused by fire ant

with guests enjoying a real old *! Plan PTA To Oaten' John Campbell David City Plans Complete i dusting or spraaytng by local

fashioned German meal, prepared Fair Exhibit Fish Following Is a letter receivedby I Jackson, Lacy :Miiland. and Fred Vote Re-Registration agencies. of which there wa a
Sponsor Fry
by Mesdames Klein and B.rtOl1That Mr. George Stokr from the Llndfey.Walton. small amount.

evening the club hous wai Division Maj. Gen. James E. Roberts
In their monthly business meetIng chairman of the Merchants -
gain filled with couples enjoying on Wenesday night, October The Marianna High School: Mr Arnold Caylur of the Glee Club Selling The city council met In the Fgln! Field Commander said h*

the grand ball-the final event ol 7. 19 4. the members of the Wal PTA. will sponsor' a fish fry Fri. local Chamber of Commerce: U4K'Oul.ol Various :;longs shortest. meeting in ytara Monday had felt along that Eglln/ spraying -

the festival. ton county Astronomical club I ay Oct. 18 in the school cafeteria, Mr. George! W Stokes night-winding up at 8:4O-> was not responsible for the

Guests attended from Pensa made for their exhibit in the, liTuneiately following the homecoming DeFunlak' Spring. Ha.October. The Walton High Glee Club is but scheduled a special meetingfor oamaga ire pointed. out that Eglln = -

cola Fort Walton Beach. NIce-, Walton county Fair. : parade. 9, 1 lee4 veiling records of various song& Wednesday<" spraying. don at a height of

vlUe. Mariana and a number of o President Randy Baldwin formed An Invitation has been extended Dear Mr: Slakes they sang during the HMU-lfMM In Monday night' session, a 50-30O feet was carried' out at
other In addition to the t to members of the Walton high school Th from the Walton countyChamber I II .
places: a committee to report' on the You recently contacted the year. proceed from group least 2fl mile from the damage,
large number of local club members preparations at the next meeting school band to be special guests Walton County Chamber of Commerce t these records will be used to buy of Commerce headed and that a 60-50 solution of 2-4D

who make this yearly -event Taking advantage< of transparent jof the PTA for the, supper. Everyone as to the status of the ..music and help pay the ..- I by Ronald WU. president duruMml and 2-4-5T was uett. Dr. 1. A.

a must. skies and low humidity., Is urge to plan to have stores In DrKunlak Springs clueing pense for '.-..Uvala.Th. pnalbllltle of paving the Farmer of Exlln.: said three an-

Dancing: continued until a late we held star-gazes both before upper In the cafeteria precedingthe on Wednesday! November 11, Glee Club made.. straight municipal airport with a com .ly.** showft. only 24 D In the

hour with the farewell greetingthe end after our meeting. We were Walton Brave Marianna 1964. for. the Veteran Day celebration. superior In festival and slat mlttee to work wth the Count7Comrnl..lcn..r. amount of.04 pr' million In

usual "Auf wiedersehn." favored with a fine meteor display Dulldogs football game. Tickets last year so those records' just on this matter. damaged plant, with no 2-4-5T.

one "shooting star beingas will" be sold at the door for 11.00 t After contacting a number of have to b 4P good. You may. gel Th Council agreed with a suggestion Damaged showed up June 21

Old-Time WesternHanging luminous as the first-quarter for adults an high school students the business Troupe, we feel that your record fnun any Glee Club ma,l. by the Chamber of and 22. Dr. Farmer said a concentration -
and SOc for elementary' school member Walton Commerce that Hint were
or by calling more
of one-ten thousandth
moon. must of the stores would prefer .. .
At Casey'sNext Wayne Wooten, reporter Mudcnts.I to stay open on that day high school.WALTON' ns dal tor ('hnl.tm... decoe.llona. III a round to- the acre will-- cause
;," ; i:
It U therefore the opinion of and spend ft.OOO for Christma temporary damage that would

Saturday Oct. 24. Carey's ARGYLE HOMIIDII..ON.T"ATION Dunning' To Present u...: Chamber of Commerce that COUNTY SADDLE street llatit clear' up in two or three. wk.

,lOA will have an old-tim. Wes CLUB MIT I. byt.rla. Hervice. Ji lHr* oa .iMk. ..Ma _.M..rtet.l .lo.in, .Cl.Ua. BXPNlva.. THANKS, MU\ Itybl Net. city clerk wibuthorUetl a hut. the praying' done front' KgUnwvvieas
tern1- henginar right *.. front of of any buiaca tn November II It, - by the Council to g
their store. This will be the final The Argyle Home Demonstration Dr. Norman O. Dunning will lN4. and thai all ator** will remain The Walton County Saddle ahead with plane for a rant .hides t Several ef .... farmers .wee e

vent in a freezer sale they are Club met Monday October prevent a series of service In open except for Individual Club would like to thank all of fll,* system fur city resrtatrallon" concerned. about what to des with

featuring with a free hindquarter 12. 1M4 In the home of Mrs the Walton county Presbyterian store that may decide to close ttww that helped make our first with a complete' re-rsrltrtlon the cotton remaining" In the field

of beef to be awarded to someone. Rudolph Mehlhorn. The meeting churches during the .week of during the par ad*. night show puMible. Without our for city voting when II I. set up. end some reported thai It would

They are competing: in this event was called to order by the presi October<< 18-21. We encourage and support the friend with helping hand and The plan will be similar to the eat jnnr to pick than the cotton
all this willing heart we could never one used| tiy Walton courtly, would be worth.
over
with IGA stores dent. Dr. Dunning of London. Kng Idea that all merchant decorateIn ;
part of the South and are offerIng The devotion was given by graduated from Cambridge ,University * tract of their place of businessIn have acrumplUhvd our many. The mlllace for the coming ft*- Cona? Hike told the farmer he !
meatcut project' in the last four cl year wa set at 19 mill the rppreclatet' the seriousness afproblem.
special beef prices on Mrs. Mehlhorn. The roll call: and 0 and for many yean was observance of Veterans Day, arena
allowed l under the
maximum covering
up and wrapped for freeser. minutes were read by the seertary -i an outstanding lawyer. Later. he Sincerely year th saying I II meant the difference
In addition employees win Mrs. Marvin Floyd. After a returned to Cambridge Universitywhere I) Arnold Cay ur. Chairman We wilt strive &q make 1943 an Florida statute and few* between making end
It has ben for quite a
valuable prised and customers' are discussion: of our Fair booth. Mrs. he pursued Theology and Merchant Division even better show year for you. same meet or "toting money or perhaps'

Invited 'to'' name their favorite Melhlorn gave a demonstration on Religious Education Subsequentlyh Walton county' Chamber of Walton county Saddle Club year,, going out of bulnM

,employee. how to cover lamp shades. ...was ordained an a Methodist! Commerce Harold Dlbert" Spence.Vice-Pre Ire., The rir' *. ,...h....M Ch....... NewsRev. Cong. Mike. Kgtln.,: after County listening Inrpart'frn
The meeting was adjourned. Minister In England.He I The following Information was Carpenter AgentIfarrumn
18 Delicious refreshments was, erd has In South ANrtti. released by Mr. Bloke. pertainingto Garland Weeks, Secretary' -. and a number of fsrmr -
Men preached
Young .. L........ a.'..**,.. Pate, aM
Treasurer It to him
Bud MilUr. appeared that
.
'
by the hostess. India. Australia as well as the day's activities: that are Th. annual Church al.lJ'C.mp.l.n '
Must RegisterYoung Reporter Mr. W IrK.r England and the United Statea. being planned at this time on will be concluded! .the Eglln operation might have

DC tor Dunning lectured .t ErnC. November II. I9 4. WALTON )nsu: IIl1nd.,.. October 18. Ptedg ... had. a part in the damage, and

men turning 18 years of I LIBRARY NOTC.S ." University Law School last beginning at 8 am. until 8JO OCTOBIH 1e.13MondayMacaroni waist the new church budget will asked Gen. Robert I to cheek their
t. .In.
renr< .
.
must register with the Selective :- year on private International- law.' am in front of the. Cawthon -
age !tar received' at the morning wor "
Service' System within five The Board of the local U: r..rjf. On October. II. Dr. Dunningwill State Clank there wit be a gopher and cheese, hip **rvlr*. During the afternoon 1f I un find a finger pointing

days following their 18th birthday has elected Mrs., Edgar Aiycr, *jtreasurer lead the 11 ..rn. service' at rare Everyone: ; I* eligible lo enter Vienna sauag*. hot dog. lettuce, of the church will call on lo any evidence I will be the flnt X
men
a spokesman for local Board to repJ.'no L.
No. 4. DeF'uniak Spring. said to- Eaton who passed away IU s stun- and: the 7 pjn. service at the Eu-' A $10 00 prit will be awarded: with orange. Icing, roll. mUk. pld e .*.."icM. Kavh: member .elaun and suggted for that farmersfile

day. mer. chee Valley Presbyterian church the winner. At 8 JO there wUI be Tudy-Weiner. and potato U being asked. . lo do fnor ntnte evidence damage with draw

Mistake ideas are held by sane It was with deep regret that On Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday "" a sack race with wlners receiving salad ham and che Mndwlch In ...

young men they may register anytime the Board acknowledged the October 19. ,20. 21)!) he I i lt priM' of $*.**O. 2nd I I. n 00 .* with potato stick, field peas, Ttw iymn' Dy. service .last farmers Ry Ealum.: a member .t.

during their 18th year; however death of Mrs. Eaton who for will held service at the Glendale end and will be $2.00.Al whole apple 'lenvm chiffon! pie, "Sunday. waning was an lnplra- the rontmltl that lnlgaled .

. the five-day limitation Is, years was a valued member and Presbyterian: church at '7 pjm. 9 a..... a greased pole climbing roll., rnllkWednesday. thin. to all who attended. Althoughthe nolarUd. damage claim for said h* had

Imposed by Presidential proclamation worker on the Board. The public I I. cordially Invited' con..... There will be $1000 ,Ian.potla goal of 9* mn was not r *ch' friars ahoul damages
"" M
of 148. the chairman said. The fall meeting of the District to attend u... service. I' atop the pot and anyone. climbing and whipped. potato. hamburgers *. -.! the 72 men present did a fin h* glad la file farmer them.LC. and would
Late registrations. among Flor State Library U to be held October to lop may. have the rony. .. << French cut b *fM. atrawb.rSte. )ob of singing "The Ninety ant
; Col. Frank. O. Ruo
'ida's young men turning 18 *ericwisly 8. at Panama City. In the Robert" Commander Promoted Anyone may enter this contest." and ck. roll. milk HJ.- CoL Arthur Averbuek! and

. hamper' Selective Service First National Bank Building.Last In Cadet IIn....) At II ajn.. there will be a Thurniaf-Cern ao-a. hambur, the freest Egllnattended #
cperaUona aimed at helping them year It was held her* in peaking In front of the bank cer. corn. okra and tomato oup" Wallet Cmtalr. meeting.

:and the Nation Btarte Selective! DeFunlak Springs.On Robert M. Commander of De- with a flag raiding ceremony" with carrot sticks. apple> rWder, Chamber. of c..Mft
A. II.
..,.,. Norris Named
Harold c..*... *tlck. (roll& with
Service Director Colonel Saturday October 10. IMt Funtak. Springs has been promoted Ma) Gen. McMillan will he the Community Calendar. Ho
***. Do Leeet Mayer
C. Wall said recently. the Library Board held Its regular In the Cadet Brigade at principle cpetker. doc). milk.delayTurkey. Oct. I 15:' on. Z2 k
and tuna
rW*.
More than. one out of three of quarterly meeting at the Library Marion Institute. Alabama's. only At Approximately' 11:30: .N. / A. If. Neerl..

'Florida's SJW7 young men registered on circle Dri... The meetingwas private I Independent military Junior the parade will follow the flag fish salad. EfMllUh peas "anti car.,U.. Oct. |IJ-Derw..k. Maon*--7JO.' : of Pence. ee Lan WM In ltod. the. Mayor
roohU annual
r
In July failed to do so withIn called to order' by the presi college and prep school. rsUlng< event.If rota. fretted"" j tla. ,....-. lUirttan-'7JO.; city election held there last

free days after their 18th birthday dent. Mrs. Paul A. Tevlln at a Cadet Commander has bees. anyone I N .lrHertod .In *n-. milk Valley" View PTA '7,CO. with 77 vote. Only week. i

*. Col. Wall said. Of loCH tot poi made a cadet sergeant 1st class. e.n"et In this. .......*. Oct. 17-P*.UOrt. .. ...-' 00. we rt one. wrltolnveto
registrant, only 27 were' declared Blanche. 1L Johnson, end he I I. serving la Company A. pi.... make. arrangement<< to de Northwest PI.*. HoortaraenAnaoal 1.-0P'M&ak 1 u--.eo. In the rce against for Ceuneltmanwith -...
Tur.. Hhoot.
wilfully delinquent.Examination Publicity Chairman tat Battalion.. as a. oon a* possible. You maycotMt rrp*et IT A-700.Oct. Ihr. lo *..*.. The veto
of 1",_-4ds 'The Clt-man Cadet Brigade t the parade, __It.... 20-D runiak Eaetern: StarITA II. was:
Dwtpe Allied 87
M ort- Ltor
doe not mean they fa. Induetlon . Walt*** Ktsjdewt. EnrolledAt . Marion ImUtate, .U composed of headed hy"Mr. George Stoke. The Northwest FlorMa -1M. .I 70 and Lyman If. : flail .
.heal Moss
the Immertiate tuts,. Pre- two battalion. of four nvn'. Club annual turkey 82.
In Hanlingdoei College. companU* rl-atnftaa. KI..J.-12:1.:
dependtnff will he hld/ IUUir .to 21-22. each
aent Induction ape with a brigade heae>iuartorfenntpatty. Jayr-1 10. with
on calla Selective. Service Enrolled In the four-year coeducational | Dr. end*Mr*. Tneeaae .,..... ginning at 4 30 p so.Laeettae west (!akin LTA-T.O. veto fiery for the admen council.Mr .getting. ..
reed
receiveS from the Depart- liberal art college at sad ehUdwem ,., ..0.0... M I the tint Glendale. . -'TOO. r.
off Dovnt. Huntingdon CoU... the. weekend here with theft of the Jacksem" social' lending .
vnent MontconMry. SETA CLU83 NtW spent" c.,1ert..r. Ch.Ib-'JM.: llarrie"
*. .Awarded
U, ... M.
Men turning IS wtQ report' to this year frcen' DeFuniak Springs .,.._.. Dr. and Mr*. H-, B. Spires ..-u.4 sell. Wf Oet 1.-l InfcK. Oub-I200JlA. InthMtry -
High HThe
local boar.*. If a toastv.atiaes are Mary Jane and Ura. a.. ..l.... This I I. a than. for ape etuaa ... -.
the neatest Campbell, dAUiChtor The Beta dub *f Walton ; old ,........ and Walton. Lion* .7.11Wojtian' : -
I ... their
as away treat ama* on of Mr. and Mr*. W, O. Camp school' held its regularTueaday. nwtnd Mr, and "" *. Clen. Ch...rand best turkey foe Out -3M. Nllenl. AM ettloM ef
.
th nNnlv** a
attending school or working ..ta bell. Jr. and Robert Doyle Put- Oct .. the Study Mail. """. Jeffrey left. TsMtrtdey for wits Ort. 22 -Dy LittHr-'TOO LW tfaderwetten ha awarded

tanrpmriiry Jwo. he hould re- ...... *c. of Mr, and Mr. William The following were tapped and two wfc vaeeUon which I will ThankaglvtAg.The ........ air-Gw.try dub. .... ef the .bvfutry highest.

dster and give his permanenteea. D. PuAwnv steepled as new vI' toe *oM.t to Meaaro. New Me ire 4. Lena Sent.r a... honor the National. Quality.

addrer. HI hometownwOl ItuntJnffdoM has opnd Its 0..... Cnnpb+(1. Judith Galny and Aril ma, aM J"--" WARP Award for ...... to Mr*. Mary ..
bored' receive hs ragtetratfcm lllth year. with the hasgvst. Crenda ..... .r.JI. REUNION SUNDAY
enrollment Gertntde Uftdwy, VfW' Llnoa Sheaf spell Sate r. Ita"". rprenlallv. of the Hew
card from the board takinghi tn Its Mrtflrr and many. Linda Pawl. Franroa Muss Pat,, Pensa.ala . OCTOSfM 18 Yowlll Uf Ineuranee
*.PO" ...u.c frtendA.Ml The Hinlxe. .. & Cl**. ef .PIMM A.Lees Co
rcgirtraUoM. HJe board of jwlsdktion new teethes have been add.*! to Sfh'sn. Tin 5utb..... There I 4
This ..
affsnaUe the 14th
** shepherd ., .woclst"J1as eaneaeullvear .
w-'I M ... >
.
high
spe Neil Snadey. On cMM 1 18, will
.
.never ehaag.e.Fath the faculty .to Beret the seed. of I Ilesk. Maria Dtckey. Karvn War W.etvllle.seeped HtMMtor' here ** and ".1... and the VJ,..... .... IV* Ward ftewtiliM. *l PruceftMM .* that Mr*. Karri* .ha* qualified .
rarftrtraat a* required to the Incr*.****. student body. ten and Chart Eataea:. ) I f& this
the goat si bur seed hen. LeslIe. night.. doter !.1. U Churth. e award.Weather .
inform hU local' hoard. leanwrflateThte .1 Mi.a>i.r..hJ|.. te. the ..... CW no.- 1Jo7rrWa, Th day will
ell M ...un.eIwr. Ft- Waalilnrte. at 73;: *) pin. .In .,.. high srhuolA4miMMi h* Wind! with singing and 4lMifrtn ,
I.Y changes Methodist based
tilt
ea .eb.tanarp, k.dee.ship Mr Md Mr*. M. E. Olney sad 1
S minetiew afteUmg i1.b13Ny. Cfcmrc T. Hold Revival' and a."...te. sw taymnn4.. vfaMed thee. .... a'-. will toe toe for .w- | everyone Invited. to attend. Date Report.
far .wtarI' Mr9W&. The Ft. Waehrngtan Methodist The Iflgh few Rain.
fiillt'iiag' tae
Chorrh wBxrm. ace peasant r. -r b er.nk..aweM :Mr. sad 4.. ... and 'I|I0 foe a4 a Revival jSMnibat Mary Ann Du .
on -
.
er. pta Mr CharU
..0".0wU2 I fHAM Mate Adewared tickets my be ...rtt.****. ) C.&TaRY Sunday ev mats October 23th. 7 **.-.c Jeer Teeth, -n- peeat
; raa yl ice Fleur SaM .
.. l.c
.sc eve. .. 40
*
.. i .nhod frojn bay Mmior any to aeyone desiring 7* M
..
.. wtUrfti winrhe nt..we. UIINudI dent J UaTra
-rr .
; tary
0. er..hasd. <
.. wrtt-! = where Clwte. ill fr etwterw. amid 7,. .. edolte.11fr. ****.. All thai I* requested Ie\ thatUwry !. 13 44 ;g
be 44 n* 24th wish l
a >< erp nerkes' .eats *-v- *er CatJfrr tUtrmtmj M1 \
04 at ..AJ.IqIM (.Sen.. i7sl st 11 leg af 7 .. .n.HueyD.Gay* ........ saws McCall: J. An. c.I- : ,:.'t1hA altMeeg deg' at -;; are In a good. -. and II 74 M
.. W H. seationS taken af
5. edy.' OcSbee 17.ttlbrt he passer ..... j .1 sate peMperfy 12 M.. r
VWa-
eess.erey ''tIIlwu. .. 3e.rlamn, Wes C W'.MfOaOej .
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y"....,...n........... 73. -PUBLISIIEI> EVERT THURSDAY n..FITNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA

.1;i. ,,; -- Demonstration Agent and Allen On Thursday of last week Lynda --
:Taylor Asst. County Agent were Paul Brenda Jones, Cathy)
the Agricultural: Extension Service Hlu.man Janis Peacock, Janie I
County Affenf Notes representatives and counselor Campbell and Jeffrey Owen pent andJAMES Re-Elect
for the 4-H club. the day in Pensacola: \ Vote For
The meeting was opened with Mrs. Gladys Roger had as]
Oscar Harrison the 4-H Ritual Ceremony. Thla guest;: Saturday, Mrs. Nina Watersof I
consisted of the pledges to the
Bonifay.
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devotion. followed by the Lord'sPrayer. 1I
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PUrMa$ AflrteMltMral. But***! rvtoe I
a recreation period.

w.tte" Cnnty. ...r*! of c."'..*....lei.,. C..p.r I" lowing The 4-H officers boys: President selected ,the Hulion fol- Ornamental Ironwork' :

Crowder; Vice president, Douglas Shop Located At GaskinAll I FRESCO T T
Jbrdon: Secretary and Council
FARM RECREATIONFun should have :SCO acres or snore of Delegate, James Mosley; Devotional : :
and profit from the newest I land.Other leader, Jim Price; Program
market, farm recreation are Important factors that must be considered chairman, Roger Coon.
to our farm people. Wise are insurance and roads. The 4-H girls elected: the following -
p use of leisure time will be one Today some people are looking officers: President, Hazel
of the most Important problems for opportunity to sue someone McKnlght; Vice president Mar
facing the nation 25 years from If they are injured or have a tha Campbell, Secretary and
mishap on'' your farm: they can Treasurer Carol Courtney, Re-
now.This su. porter; Sherry Courtney, Council
farm .
fast crowing
new I
"crop" recreation is helping send Good roads are also important. Delegate, Melinda Shirah. L .-
., People will not drive over rough .
c children to school, and make for ; J'
Among those attending the District ... ,
to to
better rural living. To grow this roads to get your property Lion's Cabinet Meeting In , .
hunt or fish or picnic.
pedal requires thatIs
a
crop person
Tallahassee over the weekend Work Owarantttd .
able to meet and work with i ..
LIBERTY 4-II CLUB MET were: Loy Carlan. Marvin Bishop.
the Interested farmers
public. Eddie Jones, Dr. Dick WleM, Jack Campbell Welding
The Liberty 4-11 Community4II : '
should first find out If there is
enough potential customers in' Club met'Tuesday, October6th. Paul.and Raymond Reeves.Mr. RU S,.Box 148, DePunUk Springs,' -' .v'
H and Mrs O. O Blake hadas
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their to make recreation ;
area pro- 'oJ"
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guest over the weekend their
and 18 girls.
fitable.To present 4-5691
daughter, Mrs. Alma Iflnote of Florida Phone riorala ,
be successful with a farm ,;Mr. If. O. Harrison, Countyr i
recreation project, a farmei Agent, Mrs. Virginia Clark, Home Montgomery. .. Z-17 : ". .- ,

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Drift Control i (ADC) a.y.\1.w 4ItiaI 1 wale I1r+rt-t + "
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Coupon Expires October 17th
BUND GRAND
FUZE, rlill FRESH ....

Save GRAND PRIZE STAMPS --i Ground Beef ;
FREE 25 STAMPS WITH EACH
iT'S JUST LIKE SAVING

MONEY S ; .7<=

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U. S. CHOICE HEAVY BEEF


k Fore Quarters lb. 45 Beef Rib _. lb. 79


Hind Quarters!' lb. 59 Half Side = lb. 49

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I Full Beef Loin lb. 89* .. Cut and Wrapped Free. :' -

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tion. Like the squirrels and bcceFILL; ''*YOUR FREEZER"FOR THE AN OLDTIMEWESTERN . "
LONG WINTER MONTHS AHEAD! .

(.HANGING

{i1f1w WILL BE HELD AT
During the IGA Roundup Beef Freezer Sale, we are competing with all I
IGA Food Stores in South Georgia,Alabama and Northwest Florida for .
first prize.The store will be judged on originality of decoration, and increased ., 4 p. m. October 24
sales during this event October I5-2d.. WE NEED YOUR SUP'j'j 4 -

PORT TO WIN FIRST PRIZE. ,M.*,>)* JUST BEFORE THE DRAWING FOR

4 :: FREE HIND QUARTERS' OF BEEF.

Place your orders for your Freezer with Rhett (The Rebel) Bedsole, or
Jim (The Texan) Robertson, naming your favorite employee as listed ., Come One Come All
below so that they will receive credit for the sale.The employee receiving
'.. credit for the most pounds sold will receive a cash prize of$12.00 a second" anil Enjoy the Fun
prize of$8.00 and a third prize of 3 Tablerite T-Bone steaks.


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Rolls 5 p.m.
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'T 3.Must be 18 yrs.of age to register
DAIRY V Al JES
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Gallon Shoulder Roast Lb. 58c

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FROZEN FOODS r SHORT

Sun GoldPATTIE TAHLKUITK: SMOKKD J RANCH THICK
OLEO 1.i: 5c Lb. 79 V SlicedSWII'T BACON hkKBISCUITS 2-Lb.: 89c

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4 Cans 19c \rnr""i"I" f\Tnrl\r rAr rl\ilMil il il\rl.,\ y PREMIUM TURK
Mustard) Collard Pork SAUSAGE '1i39C
IGA GREENS 'ft sz' 10c ... ..
Morton TAHLEUITE FRESII SAVORY
POT PIES 3 >;IiZ. 49c $

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PILLSBURY"OR BALLARDFLOUR Lb. Bag Regular, 1-Lb.
Plain Or Var.Can c:
Self-Rising Or 35 8 Drip

MIX OR MATCH NO K
Dixie Belle
'FOK YOUR CHUCK; : .vAtiON ROUND WHITEtatoes
Campbell's Vegetable SaltinesBamm'

Chicken Vegtable Noodle Beef SOUP 1-Lb.Box 19 ft 8 Lb. 35 c

Cream of Mushroom r"- Bag
300 Can Campbell's
AppleJELLY NO. i CRKKN:
SOUP PO RK- CABBAGE 2 Ibs. 15c

BEANS
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6 Cans Tall $1 8 Far$1pp Jar 29 ORANGES doz. 49c



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A recent Florida Supreme Court decision fM Tt.. OTRCTT1T COURT FW AVD' therein pendlnc bearing Docket No wit:
THE DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined LEGAL rots WALTON COUNTY FLORIDA 8441 /In which Clyde M Northrop and Lot 2. Block: D Seoond Addition of
may force the Herald-Breeze to changea IN....CHANCFRY NU. S4I1CLYDE Elizabeth .J. Northrop husband and Laird Subdivision a* recorded wttti
NORTHROP and -0. plaintiff, and M C Wright the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
with TilE BREEZE long-established order of business proce- NOTICES and ELIZABETH. wife J. NORTHROP nuabaod 8r and and wife Llnnlo and Merle R. Wright Mooney, husband are de Walton County. :.Florida.E Leo Andrew. ..

Del<'Unlak Springs, Florida dure. Every since we can remember, advertising Plaintiff fendant the undersigned. E. Leo Walton Clerk Circuit County Court Florida
Andrew Clerk of the Circuit Court
Published Every Thursday at rate cards we have used have carried VS.M O WRIQHT. 8R. and LTNNIB: RWRIOHT. UaJton County Florida. will on the 1t.OctlSI :
GENERAL ELECTION husband and wife and 29th day of October. 114 during Uie I
DeFunlak Springs, Florida the information: "Liquor, beer and fortune Pursuant Chapter 103 *>t Florida MERLE: MOONEY legal. hour of _Ie. In front of the Miss Marianne Hussey of Pen-
V-tuto* t.h-: foUcArUB u a list o/ Dofendant. Walton County Courthouse In DePunlak racola, was the weekend guest of
Completely Covers Walton County Trading Area telling advertisements not acceptable. Now persona a-Uw,**.. b, the board d NOTICE or rORECLOSLRB BALE Bprlnrs. Florida, offer for sale
County Oomnuaatotier, Walton count Motto. I* hereby given that pursuantto and sell to the highest and host bidder her mother, Mrs. Bert Hussey.
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico the high court has handed down a decision 1orlda * ....... .. election inspector Final Decree of Porccloeuro entered for cash therefor the following described Randall Cawthon of Pensacola.
and elnn *n the General Election: to by the Circuit Court of Walton County property, situate, lying and
Second-Class Postage Paid making it legal for fortune tellers to carryon po held onuhdlcNor.mb" 3rd, 11164 &A the Florida/ In that certain our being; in Walton County, Florida to- spent the weekend here.
preelDeta
II. C. STORRS Publisher 1824-1083 activities in Dade county, at least.In .r..lnc& he.\; 1 atrdt_ rlrsunl vkuey
"...... 01. MdoDallI Clerk
HOWARD STORRS Editor, Publisher a case coming. up from Dade county the Mn. Lf11an no.wtwr
Dudley
SUBSCRIPTION: high court rules that a Dade county fortune Bobby p.Ca..ldy Ltntoo No. .4 in a aeriesOur
I Precinct Ne 2
Walton and Adjoining Count ee___$ .00 Per Yea teller, palmist or what have you, contended i Marg.rat. Un.*-..Eucheesnn...: CUr

Other -S3.00 Per Year. that a ban there was illegal because it violated Mra Mr.. Bonnie L. Armstrong Me:Lain
Mr* Maggie Creamerrlncl
the state constitution. However, we ,,"0. J Oleadale
Gems of Thought . Nature KF Ealum. Clerk American Freedoms
believe will continue
we to ban all these ad- Buford Rachel
Nature is but u name for an effect whose Jec* KrrltWHum:
vertisements, as has been done during the H. Brannonrreeinct
cause is God. William Cowper N.. 4 UarllBfton
70-odd years the newspaper has been published J. B. Zoro Clerk
Nature is a more powerful force than 01. W. McCClnnlclt
here.
W. O. Oonner
education. Disraeli Monetta Ward
IJenjnmin
--oOo-- Precinct N., > pjton
Nature is visible thought. W. a. MclD\oeob cur
It is good to sec Mayor Haydon Burns J..d. Adam.Cl.rton .
-Heinrich Heine O.ogh.g.a
Democratic candidate for Governor in the Nell Uavla
Nature and wisdom always say the same. Precinct, No.' 5 Stella
November election C. W. Adam. tALv
Juvenal coming out In favor of Mr*. Eva Pen Keller Clerk

four-Ianing Highway U. S. 00. In a speechin Mary EU.n Hall
Nature is thin the of Luther H. Henley
too
a screen ; glory .
Panama City last week he said there is Prerlnct >' .. 1 Argla
the One breaks in everywhere. Mrs. E. N.. Bishop Clerk
no necessity to ruin economically, the area Mr. Glad,* Odoca
Italph Waldo Emerson I Beula $ bop
along U. S. 00; He added that Interstate 10 Mar 5..CummlnaPrecinct .* .4
oOo S steele Chnrra
will be built along the most southerly route T.. U. Bpene Clerk
Milwaukee SetH An ExampleThe ..... O. H. BpenceMr
possible and that he hoped something *. M B: Oalney
increase in crime is, beyond all doubt, can Donald Jam. lunng-er ARC}}
be worked out with Eglin to allow a more Precinct N 5 Gaafcln
one of this country's most pressing and J. A. WUkereon.. clerk
direct route through the reservation that J. B. Ifoil
difficult domestic problems. Senator Gold- L. E.: OsJn...
would not impair its security. Congo Bob Virginia rttdcenPrecinct
water has dwelt on it at length in the course Mo. I* PortlandMr .
Sikes got hearty and enthusiastic support Clara M. Oodwln ClerkMr. :
of his campaign President Johnson also has .. Ine Brown
all up and down U. S. 00 when he came out Mrs. Kath Uodwla F
pointed) to its gravity. It has been the sub- Anthony Oaawnrt
in favor of four-laning this stretch before Precinct He. II PreeportMr
ject of in-numbcrable articles, editorials, T. O. Johnson > Clerk
1-10 is built through here. Of course U. S. Mrs. Pyo MUI.rMrs.
columns, speeches. And the evidence bear Eunlc: HallMrs.
90 ought to be four-laned regardless of anything Mary Ella Parrtnrton ,
out this deep concern. The Federal Bureauof I Raymond King is&i
else. We know of no other highway Precinct N. I* Mod Bay $
Investigation has reported that during the Johnnie Mao MrUoutld Clerk:
I in the state needing thIs kind of Improve- Mary Ann Orlco
,... first six months of this year its crime index- Clarence Vaughan et ....I rrtiNY
ment as bad as our part of DO. Murleon OomllUonPmlnct ,
showed an ominously large nationwide H. I* Brace
--- oOo Mr. Donald P Simmon. ClerkMtn. :
increase over the comparable period in 1063. Owl Sharon THE CONSTITUTION OF TilE UNITED STATES, AMENDMENT IV States:
National 4-1! Week O. Tnftneer
The violent crimes, led by rape, were all up. Donald K.: MfOubbln;

So were crimes against property. National 411Veek was observed this Precinct( No. 14 Hear- E*>.t DcPviilakCourt "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and

Particular notice has been devoted to year during the September 2G-October 3 Hu Paul
period. And this is Mr Alma KlrklandRopao
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crime in the larger cities although, of course. one observance that every D. Doyle. no Warrant shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation
American, whether he live in J B Ooff
the rural and suburban areas have a serious in i the a city or Clarence Blue Turner and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons
country, wholeheartedly R O. .
crime problem as well. In city after city, support. Mr*. Mamaret P.' EketromerPrecinct or things to be seized.
The WaahlngtonMr
4-Il clubs No II Point
people, primarily women, are afraid to venture are, among many other .. Edith Burllo Clerk

i onto the streets at night. Muggings and things, training grounds for the farm peo Mrs.Mr. Clara Muriel Bell Evan: Ouehen .

: ple of tomorrow. They 'install Robe J. Olaa* '
i 31 rapes have become almost commonplace In petitive a healthy com- portion N Itlrhardeoon' -HeadPloronco Clerk To maintain the American Way of Lifo and pass it intact to succeeding

Homo sect!ions. In at least one instance, u spirit In the boys and girls who Wilma A. Warren
1! generations is the responsibility of true American.
make up their/ memberships all Mr. Dnrleno MtewartEllery every
neighborhood vigilante group was formed across this H HnnyProrlnrt

because of recurrent violent crime and a vast land of ours. They teach a wholesome Howard No.A. Jone II -*Eaten- Clerk

belief that the police Just weren't capable regard for nature and her processes. They J W.r....Coon. Dnuchtry I GULF POWER COMPANY

of coping with the situation. provide knowledge that Is essential to sound rreclnrt Lie Campbell No. II Santa BOMTobla _

Yet. a city can have safe reels, and at, and profitable farming and to the conserva- Mr. *porn J. Ponner J. BlahnpMr Clerk -- - --

<;,.. \least ono ,\\oe... U, H. New.. StWorld\ Report tion of our magnificent agricultural resour ... 'Yvonne tAM-u tl.pdna A. HaUryhr.
('ea.' They, .... .. :
in feature articlein promote l love and' understanding' .r- I Ct.'dL.r1CMr
fells that revealing! story n A. K. 7i
of the land, and all tho elements that 1 1.1 tie nomllllon (till
its September 28 issue. are a Homer AndenonJ
part of the land. O Promeon Do
The city is Alilwaukee, Wisconsin." The Precinct a : !No' to WeM Da..WI we really
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article begins with these words: "What that these clubs build character I M M Dra.lle, Jr Clerk ,.

makes a city lnw-nbidingt Come to Milwaukee -and that In an era in which juvenile de Mr*... Mary Marjorte Allc WleoMr HlekaMr need '

', one of the most law-abiding cities in linquency hall become a grave problem, I is Mr**.. C Joe U Da Done- aMedicare

; the U. S., and you find it takes more than one of the most vital of needs. Honesty, fur Dt : "
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honor ':::11'a. ., char
11 good police department, tough prosecutorsand good sportsmanship. Individual and 1 Paul Bun-e Clerk TaxHealtli

honest, judges.. It also takes' solid citizens group achievement, kindness, tolerance -i renro* M.MrOellanLowl Deurell' I-

Public officials agree that it is the these are qualities and goals\ that tho 4-H l precinct Ira Wlilier.. on t* KING, IIUIMr

whole civic climate In Milwaukee that keeps" movement emphasizes and helps to create ... Mao Clair Caeald Lowe.* ClerkMre ..' '... O I t

and sustain. Nothing could be Itettr Jean ,. ' .
crime down. more worth Merton A Oummlnp* .. -
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while Precinct JII*: ga Weot End ** .
The article goes on to examine in detail or more deserving of our support and ..... a M Hutchtnooa CtaPrank "',;,- .

tho city's methods of dealing with crime our respect. Mr*. Odell Snlke Oodwtn a :. i

of nil kinds. And that was u job worth The armies of 4-H members are fortunate Herbert Harold OoodwtnJonJk Cobb :Fr j o

doing-for, in its population division, Milwaukee that the movement exists and continue t to BolanndItalph A Dt .. .., 11145 cares .. :: :
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flourish' Prwlnct Nee -
Is tho most crime-free city In the -and so Is tile nation. M_ C 'T Oheeaerre . :,. r:...

oOo-_ ?twIAan Itonnl t I ItrlcM t"'oD- now available r ,
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land.One The E. Innnaernet f
major element Warren Commission in ':. No. II Children** It1.ele
In Milwaukee's .success made after their report ...... 0.... Olxaoa, Clerk for" ,
has been swift and certain justica. The a long inquiry into the assassi ('atvle Dell. Allen over 65Vwiio
Itowtle Lowery ,
nation
district attorney's office estimate that It of President John 1.'. Kennedy was Mi*. UiMlclm M ..UnderPrecinct ........
gets convictions in critical of both.th. tfitr.. o......i ..... n .,, .. Ravte 1n/ Clerk- . cannot: afford to Dav
05 per cent of cases In - - j>. Bocrei H.:_D. ,
Service. The FBI criticizedyfo ,, .... ., oJ'
which not was ; .. jo
guilty pleas are entered. And Milwaukee r a 'lock w'A. '
of alertness : ...._ .- ." 11':
judges, while fair, don't believe in wald in considering Harvey Lee O*. ri iln t.l lwrs'taa.' n- Clerk. S.rarre >.. If you arc over 65, fac ,1

the coddling of criminal They t bear down president a potential threat to the safety of the -WWkot- a.rteenlacklra Na3.oI1J. . ing medical expense andcan't

especially hard on repeaters. Then the court Chairman Warren might do well .- 01.0011 for it. it's
pay .
are abreast of their calendars. A judge told to look into this own house the U. S 55.04.01 V..... .N........t.--...... ca.a ... yours for; the asking; already ).
floroa
U. S. News that he tried a first-degree murder Supreme Court. If the Fill had gone so far (Wullara-.,... Ac"' ''- .. "'.., :l. "'. provided for by 1 .

cast! in July when the crime had taken as to place Oswald under arrest and place, *Hurtle S* M ManntMTrrerlae ......-. .....' I 1 ,I; Jaw The Kerr-Miils Act
l ooard" P Ilulrhl..A' t"IereMr.
place In May. Elsewhere, by way of comimriAon. him in jail, how long would it have turned ...... Alice,......L U Part....... offers a Health Opportunity .

1 courts often are many months and him loose again. They would have held that at L Steel MtelenetPrertel .. J .. Program for the Elderly
his "... 3..wale NaarM ,.
even yours behind the cane. loads. constitutional right were being violated Jame Wfeltam, ClerOtnrrer ::: with the federal

Milwaukee\ citizens are asked to help In and ordered him released.' The fact i I. that OUMlr' (Milton ta ea and state governments
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giving theollce leads on criminals and do. Oswald had not been charged with any !Me.'MtveePrwlort II 1 LakevedWUIIam sharing the cost.
crime Want Cier* ,
As an example, a gang which had robbed a at that time. Mr. Warren could spend OeKiiei Memderanai .- r. "
In
n P _-., ) .: most states this
hank was CAUght when, a mailman turned In some time to a very good advantage now Mr... K Tom Van ...... ,;": is .J
care far far
rr rla>rt !II. if poaniae* greater.
tho license number of one of their going over the record of his court and Jon. U liars ; -- .> ;
car*. not OSM- R : Ie C than that
.... offered by ,
lag the Klaa tIn hx;. .,1
times
City police are highway trained and their they have circumvented jus; A. Can s> eUtueat ,' 'f Medicare proposals. .
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training and studying are continuous. The by this arbritary decision. Justice and "N' .. II .'. ,........ and no additional tax is
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law MrMt Pw/e M. CMI4k .
and I
department commands public respect. Stern order have been neglected' In some' Ktalae rWra [15151. necessary!

and effective measures were taken when of the high court'. decbiona. And to v*I .. K_VTlUe ..1.MallViretata ."'....... J "
kv *r..r of in* ...... eI -, ''i L If t
misconduct and laxity on the put of a small many of u* heard on television on that'i I (la-ilaHimm in 050.. .1 ei...c-.a"1 4"! you are elderly

'I number! of officers were" revealed In 19&2. dark W&)'. &last November Mr. Justice'!I,, the|. na. Vtoard ar. of*4 cvtaa.r Onsnty' 'Aeal tlrkseere.- 0. e-: "'III'n and without funds fort J. ',-' .
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Milwaukee", naturally, has its juvenile Warrva hlm*.lf wa quit. badly mistaken';. K)1 WeI 3.M.K -', medical care ask .

crime 'problem. It attacks this aggr sively bout the President' killer. *"A great and "1_Leo' Ahem., your doctor about the "

and apparently. with a large measure of success good President has suffered martyrdom as tiers ParI w .....A-.Jok1JuaAW.- D.ietr Qara .. Health Opportunity Pro- ...... '.

through iU advanced educational *y.- *t. a result of hatred and bittern"'*.* that has ( s;; .'.- :ti1 gram for the Elderly or '/". ,
laISA nOTfS : : . call your local medical : ''
been injected! into : ; ''
tem. the life ; '
*.JVP 1I | of our nation)' a. epee. Of laa M4wd SI a.-tJ' 4i:7; I$> society. : '.
t So It :Milwaukee\ bigot, but his. ( 0aIon.aeero el w1Y4a O.oIp.Plea. ,. ',...
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gves. fight crime with memory always be an M. he.I. K 4e New II :' .. ,; ,: '"'''

t I e'efl)3 ible Wt"AI'On-lncludlltJr an alert inspiration of American of goodwill' every r 01.001.0.........Ne h and lea 32 adI M +:I

5 < : and Interested citizenry It seems to have where." said Mr. Chief Justice" Warren. It .Pearled...... w. .n....... WI D.11aVW' HCAU'M o *o rruNrTv PROORAlt4. FOR THE ELDERLV

",, established an example number of othercommunities turned" out he wa' wrong and the .'....1- ..."...--"9. N._ aa. as. +a ---1 IIELTMTIIOSS1IO NEED IIKU

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: :;y oI 6I and Ile..al. ... .... "...1
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{Jt'JeiHJcaI' 1 to u"' goldfish or carp for .ugreted. but by a man with a troubled .-.I ttww Of wonN "'.-" CaIM- WALTON COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETYVOl..UlIE

t bal : while fUhliur In Florida mind. Kyle tl ll.,
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Walton Men In Rico; St. Thomas and St. John; SEAGROVE GARDEN CLUB of the season Thursday. October Mrs. Gladys Holley of Quincy, CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSWe
Virgin Island; and Kingston MEET OCTOBER 29 _ 29, at 10 a.m.. .I> the- home of was a visitor of the DeFunlak 1 -

Service Jamaica, in addition It will con- I Mrs ''1'. J. Math, us of Phillips Pilot Club Wednesday night |, We would like to express our I wish to express our sincere -

duct amphibious training exercises The Seagrove Beach GrowClub Jnlet., Mrs C. II :Mi Gee. Sr, will Mr. A. 11 Dean- and Mrs. R. C.',''deepest appreciation and thanks appreciation" to the many
CALVIN F. PRESCOTT on the bland of Vieques. te co-hostess h" iv'rt. are uree..tto I Fluent several days this to '
will hold the first meeUiBAKER'S l ...I our many friends and relatives people for the flowers, cards
Calvin F. PrPeccott. boatswain' Puerto- Rico which is the Sec- attend.Mary week in Birmingham Ala I during the sickness and death. oli axed and all acts of kindness
mate second: class. USN of end Division's D Brunv. Miss
eon "Caribbean Testing Publicity Flora Douglas McLean, cur beloved mother- May God'.' shown us. during the illness and
Air*. Ernestine Prescott Rt. 3, Ground." Se>agl"\\ HcuhPoint spent several days this week in tchest bl 1""Mint,; beVUlt: death of our loved' one
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DeFuniak Springs, is attending Wa i'hington. Fla Pcivsacnla to undergo: eye surScry .I forvere you I

the Navy's Fleet Sonar School in Miss Betty- Joiner- attended- the- The Clifton I The Family of

Key West Fla. his technical football game in Gainesville Saturday Florida ForestersMet soTirr: TO CKMHTOIIBIOKII I I Mrs. L. K. Commander Family i| Mr. Henry J Martin
school trains naval officers and '
>\ UTATUTKa:
enlisted men. to operate and main- UPHOLSTERY In MiamiThe In the *'.urt t.f Ik* ..'....y jBd(*. ',
Halton C.aaty. ,-.nel.
tain' aerial
surface
and subsurface CHARTER
In ttvfeat
: sonar equipment. -ANDTRIM Florida Chapter of the In !. &....,. of REPORT NO. 74O4
OF CONDITION
KENNY JOHNSON OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
Sonar is the abbrevited name for Eaton Real Estate & Society of American Foresters . .Nsitaei. D.FUNIAK SPRINGS. IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA. AT THE
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"sound navigation ranging". It held Its fall coiner-" +- \t Miami Ta11.. Cfraitor ad CLOSE OF
SHOP BUSINESS
er. iMmaad. A/ataat .tld ON OCTOBER t, 1964 PUBLISHED IN
refers to all electronic under- Insurance Teach, October! ISannounced=! < E.41e.Yuu. RESPONSE TO CALL MADE BY COMPTROLLER
Agency OF THE CURRENCY -
water sound detection equipmentused Chapter Chairman licorKO:, WMosely and each of you are hereby notl-' UNDER
Ilea and rrquln to prMvnt da.mal) SECTION 8211, U. S. REVISED STATUTES
any
of .Jackvonx...
in ..
anti-submarine warfare. AUTOMOBILE FIRE -jArFurniturcUpholstery And Urn,an la. which you. or *tth.r of I Iix ASSETS Dollar Ct.
Merchandising.'. .1 products >u may hay. aiialnx .h. aautt, of
Krntv. Cash balance with other banks, and cash' items In
Jolmton d
-.d. late or old
I ICrninty.
WILLIAM JOHNSON INSURANCEBONDS was the thm'e1 \the todavconvene. to lh. rountjr. ........ of w..., process of collection 1083865.03
Marine Lance Corporal WilliamT. un Couuty. Flortdk. at tiu otflc. inho Unite States
Government
mtirt nous of _let County\ s5' obligations, direct and
Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Auto The first day's pi"innmMH Urrtiniak\ Mprlnmk riortJ. wuttia MB guaranteed (Net of )
Seats I any reserve 2,225,030.44Obligations
Ttaney' Johnson Freeport, Fla.. is We > .,moderated by John L (Srav. Director >(t&inuuttlu tram lh. lm. of the
represent STROUT of States and 1
tint. political subdivisions (Net
in of the School ptiMiroiton' ihu niMtr Two.
serving the Caribbean nf Forestry.
area
mptr. irocn data or dxnMvd .lMUtIKK I of any reserves) 672,70383
with the Third Battalion REALTYIn Covers University of Florida. with the t Itcll
(reinforced in wrlllns &ii< !at. ttto Other
place. of mMeiir and pint otftr ixldpri bonds notes, and debentures (Including
second' day's ,
Second moderatedby
). Marine Regiment Real Estate since 1900 program of th. claimant, . wed KtHUt. D* 250009.18 securities of Federal agencies- and
Second Marine Division, home *Boat Seats Don Adams Director of Agricultural .iwwtn to by 'he rlalmant.' hi* ..r en&.
. corporations not guaranteed by U. S.) (Net of
based at Camp Lejeune N. C. New Location "f'(>plmf'nt. Florida 'r ikOornrv and <&iil* .
fee of MM d 4l r Mid .el.ial of any reserves) 230,009
Ilis unit, a part of Battalion Lake Power' and Light Miami ," d. 'hsrd not as Rini ....n be 90&41. Loan
StanleyTW and
Phone TW 9.9211 Ads dints, dlacounta (Net of any reserves) 2,185,491
Landing: team 23. is deployed on The entire Dado Co legislative
Idol n.m lit mA > Fined assets 57.3333
an extended operational and 6-4441) Bruce .A,'enueUel'unink Delegation has been inite' to be ***outetaa ot til. Other- assets
"good-will" tour of the Caribbean.He guests. Bob Sage from Walton iatae of tit* !*. 7,540.22Total
will visit such ports as DeFuniaJc Springs Fla. : Spring Fla. county attended. The meeting, of Will rioxutrlm and Tii. m..l,

..on"...... de1w..N Assets 8,412.1'7'7.01
Ponce and San Juan Puerto Mrs. Sage accompanied him to Honry
rivet 1"\>"' """ ,kwi Cie.. .s, !.*.. LIABILITIES, ,
Miami. r
-4,,' _.. .'S.U.J1J-Nor, S-- Tenured. de pa II s o f tndl v IA ua1.-. pa ct nen. h l 1 pa.. a n d

corporation* 2.834,266

Time and savings deposits of Individual., partnerships -

and corporations 2464077.07
FRIGIDAIRE aoott WCO s Deposits of United- States Government 50,554.37

JET ACTION WASHER Deposits of States and political subdivision 369,130.44

wcD..a WOOIC. Tbday 7eu wW.a.lab .tie wrid. Certified and officers' checks' etc. 21,97903
1965 tu.t 7T Anton watiMr *y rrt unay YOU gage Total Deposits $>,'760.00d..eTotal
fond far...U I otd ih hear.. Ttuayimr
- --a....... .. ...-*your... w -j" -,.. demand deposits $3,190,454.04Total
\. J:. a,7 t11rN'11a11 M IM. awC'lt" .=..M. .E time and savings deposits $$2.569.334
I FRIGIDAIREWasher I I I ye r .atiMrtW u 1:'.l..l......-,.M.p1411 i.n....,..act.......r..IIt_'"WI'" Other liabilities 21>>.508.85

,,17 :', .:1'::''"':'=..-:-:' 1pt "" =
S drlk-Bto this .u thoM h yw .4n:{a..a Total Liabilities 9.969,31961
Vr. hand.. rx> rf>a lu<4 : h r ,= niu /M
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Jr< '1'' r llni and nun thy M CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
.AEIj W urfM neWiM ttMm Uw .* UM -l rnl
> -rm w
f .,,t ol in*t..add da.. n* drrrnrn Common stock-par value per share 100.00

i JET.. .. .* W:*n.= p u.U MmpitMtr r4 Mam basil.1." set..del..,i .. Total par value 150.000.00
il t'o55.a.
tu Surplus 150,000.00

Undivided profits W7.66340
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SOOA95FRIGIDAIRE Reserves 25.000.00


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: .wr h,, I. Lewis F. Cawthon. Jr.. Cashier of the above-named bank do

I 1d001t ...... hereby declare that this report of condition Is true' and correct to
the best of my knowledge and belief
FLOWING HEAT DRYER Lewis F. Cawthon. Jr.

Dryer ..... n"OIl..o. IIRATflw: .v u .M eat., drv.r Med.S. We the undersigned' directors attest the correctness' of this
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\\f VOLUME 73 PUBLISHED > V yriiuns_ >bAY PeFUFOAK- SPIOHGS. FLORIDA THURSDAY!.!.. ,. OCTOBER 15.. 1964I ....

-- GOLDEN ANNIVERSARYJohn Engagement AnnouncedMr. Delta[ Kappa Gamma XI Beta Delta ChCapter Nine Clubs Take
Chapters Hold Joint Met With Mrs. PrescottThe
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SOCIAL I ACTIVITIES I and Delila Wood of Freeport and Mrs.: Casey Rushing ]Initiation[ Meeting Part In Tourney
are celebrating their golden announce the engagement of their XI Beta Delta Chapter of -
anniversary at their home Sunday. daughter Myrtle Rushing, to Saturday morning more than Beta Sigma Phi met Monday. Nine Women's golf clubs parti-
Worthy Grand Matron WOMAN'S CLUB NOTESAt October 18, 1984. Herbert Rushing son of Mr. and 100 teachers from Escambia, Sept. 28 at 7:30: In the home of cipated in the recent annual Invitational -
Paid Official Visit To Mrs. Edward Rushing of Ponce Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton Mrs. Charles Prescott Tournament sponsoredby
DeFuniak Chapter No. 115 3:30: PJTI. on October 21, de Leon. I counties met at the CandlelightInn Mrs. Mary Carolyn King pre- the DeFuniak Springs Wo-
Woman's Club will hold its regular Garden Clubs MeetIn I Mr. Rushing I.I self-employed in Fort Walton to participatein sident, called the meeting to order men's Golf Association, with 54
Adele Robertson, Worthy monthly meeting at the Santa Rosa Beach and is a member of the Florida the Initiation ceremony of Del- and presided over the business golfers: turned out for this ev-

Grand Matron of the Grand Cha- club house, with the president, Nationals Guard. DeFuniak prings ta Kappa Gamma. session.
of the Green
t pter of Floria, Order of the East- Mrs. K B. Spire in charge., A Joint meeting Club of Santa Unit. Mrs. Ruth Rivard and Mrs. Mrs. Jean Kelly presented a ent.Clubs represented were Anda-

ern tar, made her official visit The program is to be given by Thumb Garden and the Magnolia. I The wedding Is planned for '7:00: Cornelia Crawford became members most interesting program on lusia, t)<\tban. Eglln Field Panama -
to DeFuniak No. 119 at the Ma- Miss Jane McKeever, Home Eco- Rosa Beach Club of Pt. Washingtonwas p.m.. October 1C at Nort hide of Alpha Omicron Chapterof "Florida under French Rule". City, Tyndall Air Force Ft.
sonic Hall on Chapter Friday, nomist for the Gulf Power Company Garaden held In the Lions Club Baptist Church. Ponce de Leon, Delta Kappa Gamma. Mrs. Nell During the social hour delicious Walton, Geneva: Opp and the
Oct. 9.Preceding. '1 he film "Four Seasons" Clayton's Restaurant in Santa room with Rev. Daucy Jacobs officiat- Sawyer, Mrs. Mattie Lou South- refreshments were serve by the local club.

the meeting a dinner will bo shown. Supplementing this at Rosa Beach Thursday evening, ing. Friends and relatives are in- ard and Miss Midyett were in- hostess. Prizes were presented by Eun-

was held in the Fellowship Hall film Miss McKeeve rwUl give October 8. with Mrs. Carl Storrie \ Kate into Eta Chaapter. ice Rachels to the following winners -
Methodist Church at details of the annual Citrus Contest following the InItiation Mrs. Nell Myers, Mrs. Claude and
of the First and rs. Roy Burllson acting a* Immediately : ( ATinner. runner-up
6:00 pjn. The dinner tables were sponsored annually by the hostesses. faculty Of The Okaloosa ceremony the group enJoyed Miller, Mrs. Rosa Langs ton and consolat in each flight).
beautifully decorated in Autumn local l OuU Power Company. WIn- decorated Walton Junior College a buffet luncheon In the Mrs. L. S. Cleveland, spent Fridayin Championship flight: Betty Mi-
The room was beautifully -
the last district
flowers. !, ning recipes of with boughs of magnolia Honored At Reception dining room of the Candlelight Enterprise guests of their xon Dothan; Jean Mlla, Panama
will be distributed to thosepresent.
contest friend, Mrs. R. E. Lee.
The chapter room was artistically DHtie Celano Eglln Field.
and arrangements of fall flowers City; ,
decorated in the East witha The Fellowship, Hall of the Inn.After lunch Miss Lucile Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Bud Miller spent
Anyone Interested 1* Invited to and roses. The flowers were arranged First night: Jean Kennedy.
white trellis entwined with as a guest on this occasion.!! by Mrs. Ethel Smith of Methodist Church, beautifuly decorated gave a memorial in remembrance Friday In Pensacola. Tyndall Air Force; Dot tie Matthews -
Ercenery and pink rose and the All come members are welcome to the Santa Rosa Beach Club. Miss with arrangements off I of our beloved Miss Maude Among those from here attend- Eglln Field and Ruth.
Worthy Grand Matron's motto Lois Maxon, Vice-president of autumn flowers by Mrs. Dawson Saunders, who was a very active ing the barbecue honoring Mayor HHardbarger, Tyndall Air Force.
"Truth and Faith Lights Our bring guest both clubs, presided at the meeting Copeland was the scene of the Delta Kappa Gamma. Haydon; Burns In Marianna last Second flight: Ruth Bland, Do-

Way" in sold letters on a field Mrs. May Cawthon who has and Introduced the guest reception given Sunday afternoonby I Mr*. Nathan S. Rubin of Pen- week were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde than; Rita Draughan, Geneva;
of blue. In the West was a red been visiting relatives in Pensa- speaker Mr. J. M. Piper of the the Walton county Chamberof sacola took us on an imglnary Wells. Gwen Grey Dothan.
heart, centered with an emblematic Piper Garden Center Fort Wal- Commerce and the Walton magic carpet trip to observe the Mr. and Mrs. II. If. Childers.!!
cola the latter part of the wKelSp Third Chris Taylor Ft.
star and the Worthy M.s-. ton Beach Mr. Piper subjectwas County Education Association for cultures of other lands. After our Mrs. Jerry Kelly and daughter flight: ,
tion's motto "Love One Another" I cola with her friend, Mrs. Hugh MCamelias, Azaleas and the faculty of the OkaloosaWalton magic carpet trip we landed Terri have Just returned home Walton; Jeanette Lindsey, De-

A stand holding an open Bible Scott.Mrs. Marie Underwood attended Bulbs" Jfe showed very Interest- Junior College. safely in America, the land of from a trip to visit relatives in Fumak.Panama and Clara llollinhead
and one single candelabra holding tug color film about all three as The occasion served to acquaint, freedom. Mrs. Rubin warned us Pennsylvania. City.
a lighted candle was In the an area Postmasters Meeting Octo- well as giving a very Informativetalk. the honorees with the people of to cherish and teach our children Miss Betty Ragsale of Lafayette I Fourth flight: La Rue Foster
East. In the West was a basket in Marianna on Saturday, Mr. Piper also provided tenor DeFuniak Springs and to cement'I t<> cherish and continue to build Ala. is visiting her sister, !, DeFuniak; Betty Morgan, Opp;
of Autumn flowers. ber 3rd. Ward mote door prizes, consisting of the relationship between the town our freedoms in America and Mrs. Vern Foster and family. and Catherine Tringas Eglin,
and Mrs. Fleming t
The Friendship Assembly of Mr. of Mrs. bulbs bed-mix and plants, which and the college which has been pointed out that teachers have Mrs. Edith Mehlhorn. Mrs. W. Field.
Rainbow Girls greeted and wel- were Ward'weekend guests Mr. and Mr. made the ladles very happy. and will continue to be an asset I the children In their hands to H. Shultz. Mrs. James: Caswell. Fifth flight: Jib Epperson, Eg-
comed the Worthy Grand !Matron\ parents DeShazo. During the social hour delicious to this area.Approximately. build and mold into future citizens Mrs. Elaine Sanders, Mr. Chester lin Field, Joan Nutts, Opp; and
Woodrow 150: people called Drombrowskl attended luncheonand Celeste Foster Opp.
with lovely and gift. refreshments of punch and bite- for tomorrow's America. a
a song
size sandwiches were served froma to meet the guests of honor: -Reporter. reception on Wednesday of Sixth flight: Paula Roehm De-
The meeting opened In regular Roberts, Grand Representative of beautifully appointed table Dr. and Mr*. J. E. McCracken: Dr. last week In Panama City honoring Funiak, Julia Wilson. Andalusia;
form at 7:30: p.m. with Artla Mc- Iowa; Dorothy Drown, Credential centered by an arrangement of and Mrs. A. W. Scrivner, Misal Mr. Mary Spence attended a Mayor Haydon; Burns. and Dottle Merrlfteld. DeFuniak.
nroom. Worthy Matron and liil4 Committee; Ida Lee Carpenter, mums and mexican sunflower Lucile Anderson, Mr. .I I School Health Conference in Mr. and Mrs. John Dickinsonand Special event wlners were Betty
4 dra McDroom, Worthy Patron, Rainbow Girl Committee Member yellow*, with crystal punch bowlsat Brewer Mr. Jack Bartell Mr.(I Gainesville on Thursday. family had as guest on Tues- Mixon Dothan Metallst; Paula
presiding. ; Eunice Hall O. E. S. Magazine each end and compotes of and Mrs. Glasgow Mrs. Flora' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan of day, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Dickinson Roehm De1 uniak, nearest to
Worthy Grand Matron, Adele Committee Member; Hilton mints, carrying out the color Halstead. Mr. Lanny heath Mr.I Pensacola, spent the weekend of Chipley. and Mr. R. A. flag on hole number 3; and Ber-
welcomed given Grand Honors Turner Committee on Endow- scheme of yellow and pink. and Mrs. Lewi lieckworth, Mr.' here with Mrs. M. O. Warren. Sr.I Dickinson of Richmond Indiana. tha Liddon Panama City, fewest
and seated In the East. ment and Investment; Frank Planking the scene were cande- Joseph Matthews, Mr. William' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Royals spent Mrs. Hugo King was a businessvisitor Putts.
Other distinguished guests Introduced Brown, Co-Chairman of the 1989: labra holding burning tapers Miss Roberts, Dr. Catherine Sorensen several days this week in Lake at Eglin Field on Tuesday The local club wishes to express
and welcomed were Session. Mason and Mrs. Phyllis Com- Mrs. Mamiruth Walter, Mr. Don- Wales. of last week. their appreciation to all who
Pearla Rogers, Past Grand Mat- Other guests Introduced were stock presided at the punchbowls ald Paterson Mr. Keneth Howell, Mrs. Wm. H. Shultz recently Mrs. J. R. Caaldwell of Thom- helped to make this such a successful -
ron; Onto Mae Stephens, Grand Homer Robertson Albert Stephens Lt. Bobby Emory, Mr. and Mrs atttended the Florida Profession asivlle, Ga.. is spending this week tournament. Special i
Conductress. ; Ruth Turner Grand and Hilton Turner, husbands About 35 ladle attended this Adres Ramos. Miss Carol Ann Photographers Convention in Or- here with her grandmother, Mrs. thanks to the merchants and
Marshal; Gertrude Purcell, Grand of Grand officers. delightful affair. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond lando. R. N. Tarrance. friends for the lovely door prizes.
Ruth; Margaret Kelley Grand Approximately 28 Worthy Mat- Block and Miss Victoria Law- r

Elects; Mary Matthews, Pas rons, Worthy Patrons Past Matrons I rence. *
Grand Marshal; Annie Evans, and Past Patron were in. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT The hosts and hosteses for the ; f ilA s Rift II1V Past Grand Ruth of Alabama: troduced and welcomed. occasion were Mrs. J. E. Creel, kfji ,
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Minnie Lee Peek, Past Grand, The Worthy Grand Matron Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McDon- chairman of the Board of the college ORI61NAl s-aei HMM __ a-ai #
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Martha; Maude Mayo, Past Gram thanked the chapter for the din. aId '(Frances Oalney) of Panama ; Mr. John Baldwin Superintendent 1GK y. r. it>
Warder; Elba Robertson Gram ner, corsage, gift and counter:, City announce the birth of a. of Public Instruction: 5 F
I Instructor District No. 1; Mildred and also held our attention wlttt I aughter. born September 24, 1984.I Mr. Ronald Wise, president of UM rizrsclzlrr., p..
Villazon. Grand Instructor, Dis- most heart-warming and inspiring Maternal grandparents are Mr.. Chamber of Commerce Miss Ruth y SALE Prenr.arnica .
) trict No.2; Detty Opry, Grand address.At end Mrs. Millard Galney. lAndersn. president of the Walton 4rla jrou.Its.ll
I Representative of Manitoba; Lucille the close of the meeting delicious Paternal grandparents are Mr.: County Education Association. Pa.rr..er.
Taunton, Grand Representa refreshments of puncl I and Mrs. J. N. McDonald all of Those assisting as floor hostesses -

tlve of Arkansas; John Annie I and cookie were served. DeFuniak Springs. I were Mrs. Jack Potter,, YJ 2.81.IIPANOYIiE MULTIVITAMINS
- - Mrs. Alex Caswell. Mrs. John, K R..S AE.OSOL .2 for 2.99
Baldwin Mrs. Emery: Campbell 119 :SACCHARIN: :
and Mrs. Langton Garrison. .IX All SHAVE a..eu1! 1000 U"tr .. ._ ..... 2 for 1.90
I IJ Mrs. Walter Donnelley Mrs. RUBBINGALCOHOL CREAM Me fUNCmx ,.AtM.t''.' ,.'. ,.., 2 for.99
Edward Pinckard and Miss Linda t.rs.d.r sr ,sdl. 1.50 COMPACT POWDER lIad..nc. 2 for 1.51
Pugh rendered musical selection $ w..tai.-.r 4 15 SUPPORT NYLONS

You Have Cleaner Clothes I, throughout. the afternoon. fi Cat.la.aslr p nnst 1lresU.us b I I ... M is. airs RETAIL C.rNor1.nm.e SHAMPOOS o Narne, 2 pair 4.96

J Th rfrehmnt of punch and ";::,-. ? Z for 9 C Chwc* .>4Me 2 for.93
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And Save Money, Too, planned by Mrs. Paul Thompson, 2 for SOc Can Now HAND. S lOTION fI l .< ,2 ,for .99
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Mrs. M J. Parrish and Mrs ,tXAll 2M CHEWABLE VITAMINS.
t T II. III noe. These tasty refreshments R.ul' MimittftUn.,
onto ---.2tOf2.10
With This BUDGET PRICED were served from two ASPIRIN aft IoITMUISION'I
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beautifully appointed tables by + STATIONERY n.Utttr.. I"Kt>*<, S 25c"' 1. ,... plftt _2 for 3.90
AOHSJV
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Mrs. Jetle Campbell. Mrs. ClydeI last saw .tries. tS.Hil2faT70e ... TAft
'11. ya ...
Washer From WestinghouselH I It I I Wells Mrs. Arnold Caylor. Mrs aM .se 25c TAIIITs ids.ENVEIOpi S- 2''for.26
Jimmy Prescott Mrs. Willis Kennedy ,; IIra I tier. ,
Mrs. G. A. P. Haynes. Mrs. f r 1 1.31 D'CAlCIUM' PHOSPHATE 2 t for.28

Angus Andrews and Mrs. Dawson LI M..s TAHITI....n 100' J: for 1.40i

t tV* /eomjfcU eon".aU c..,. wuhsMtty a4 oooovay ta aa aatcm-ua wash at a Copeland.Mr. SET,
I budget price. This WwrtlnihouM XIsftTy Drab Ltuadcoaat washer>k-a giaMcsp.dty. and Mrs. J. D. Wooten /N,Mte.Il.YealaS,,el sttenet ,.. 2 for .60 , ,
; rerved as the invitation committee sP.11 1NItt, 342forUO }
2 for
usualfoundelr Mtcs.N
...12 pound bad sad more...aa* I Is loaded with bate. ** r ".uu 5U Ir. BLUEORAL .
,r much mon exy.all r1 ... .. Ye-ll fled year doUu eoaw wit ct.aDer tUa ,te ua 1iNlt1 ,nNIIONACII Mi 31 KUHZO

f, .TV on ttousfct possible Cfcoie& ot OoM. Warn at V* water ..*_.*. "Thwe Mr. and M..., J. V. 1 King Will IN rNiN 1a111t, ...Nl.rs 2 for ..542tor2J01 e,Mar rjlO.INM. IF-u= .a.rt...., new-e. 1 CMl>" ,,.nlnsa.'.. ..
you CoUr.U' IOU Anniversary r-.M.T.oic o.-i. .+.. ......... r" \\i
position load a-Uclor. Cora la toOay aM see the best buy.Is total< l Oal4UMperwwk a.tw,0, ... RN ...
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N Mltf reNt 2 for 2.312forUt 2'2'" ... .2'fOe
f blued noaUklr.. Mr. and Mrs 1. V. King will 1 A ii'iwra il'iK'M.I IDc .:--... 7De
} celebrate their fifth annlversry a,,. ..
t Saturday. October4th.. with a as. M t .b.1,ra.h.VsS...- 2 for M ....11 ....
$ IflQ88 reception. from 2 until S p.m. at 4M1NiNe.w,i nf. r a. .a 2 for JO ..... MILK OFMAGNESIA .111 lIT hi.;:" '

their home. 107 West Main Street w'i'waiu 1.70 HAil SPRAY i
NO >i' DvFunlak: Springs Fla. \ .
I: ONLY ftSOVMTO All relatives and friends are 'J"n., !

Invited to attend.Mr' ,t .dSN.u. ,2f.fo. nS 2 f.r/Ocr';- '
::11115 rat 1STMN......-..I II..... ?:2 f for:n _
'' 'r't" { ,, Wood will be remembered .S*SMI. .,..IUN.._w.$.7.......... 2 lor M e e .
sS'i ta a* Betty F Wooten. The little fellow eN .!! SvaSIM M.CMM1 I
...... .... ... 1 lor f .70 REDf'
I will bear the name of John .. .... . RO..... COOL -
B. Wood JP iis0 w 4....'N..I.f//. 2 t'Of.40 N..au . BLUr SPRAY
Mrs. Hugh Scott and Mrs. May 1 N Neie1,Hiss. //wl N/e .ltO04
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An .
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Cawthon Walton l .,..,.
ip-nf Friday In Ft. .. ran ;
0515 SiTs .... II e.a. -.. .....
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VOLUME PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY -


I LEGAL NOTICES MAQOIE LKE CLIFTON .-.z:: ;. 4 .


IN Till i.IRC1..r. CUl RT or tn. Maggie Lee CUtton age

Nfnf'l 65olet ""ILttl* tUl+\1'" ILUNl4A Ca, a former rvsiocnt uf 1'enso- Take oO Seconds
IN UltNCIHV it O. S 4.15
TANZI:: V B KOUUk.1V et at. cola, died Saturday night Uctol << -

V'B.- PlatatUt r 3, ltftt4 in a LI-climate.SpcUigshu RKU1T, NOWTo

\ONDbKBURO.' rt .... 'pital. A native o( >ret pott
DcfandantNOTUK she had rvftided Penaacom the

or SLIT lest seven y ur and was a member let UH help )ou clearup
Notion to Uicuu...nt*. MAX VONntH.bUNU *
AND' tUkMHlfeflA M MANMILI of the Olive liar tut churchtn anv quetition you

uviU4 Dud il dead. inair uuauuwunetr TetifucolaKunoral might have> alH ut insurnncrs. -
*. uviara and Le.'- Dud any
I h I aud" all .--..... lirni. or ouruoraUon .ervic' s were conduct .
1 1F 1e 1t i cl...iniin> &J,. tbrouiii. t* unaar UI..., ed at 2 OO Monday atternoun
i 81 ' or r4ViuT of U.D" any .nd allIMMWUU& ; pan. w. live 1".",.,,"<:*. breathe 'Insurance .
firm, or eoiuurauona banimvr tom the Comander Funeral
Insurance . .
Mil
ctaunlu to tiara riabt. till, and
any Home Chapel with 1UV. A. It.
dauu or int.r..t in and to tna lolI0 handle every type of risk.' Ifth.r.
""nn. d.acrlb>d land la Walloa Norris and Kev. Jeff Itou** auolflclatlntf. help'
Is we can
l>MiONNurid... any way
Interment foUowed in
IA' I- 31: aud *J. tlocUon' as To..n.IIhIp you with a prebUtm It will b.
a south _'.. Ml w_,. and Ute Hatcher Cemetery with Cunt.ander without
to do
for ue sa
Uvt *4 aud Uia dt of Lot M. Funeral Iloine directing. a i pleasure
orUon la luwutlitp ttoutn icauaaJO obligation.
\Vt '. ail accxwwinif to Uia loop iservlnji a* paJlbearvr were:

ol aula Huaa **la laUou Oouiixmywu tlllton Hyrd. Clinton L..... t'aul' Harris Insurance
IUa in U>* blur* ol iba Olr&
01 abe circuit Court of WtatoniXniuty Ward. Aubrey Grave, I*. l>. Anovnun -

rlorida.tt ; and ,J. T. Padgett
:I""una c..u>&au,' tiavlna oaan ftl*.la '1""'"
..aiu>.a0" oy tha piaintlir la Utaauu Mrs. Cllmton U fturvived by Agency
.. ""1>... CNjur in U.. aoova atyiadmuao two ,()mi: Hugh Oor.y, ; Clifton,
.
ol acllau entitling planUll
to thl ,...._, you atM aach of your Mobile and Hilton Clifton IVnacula. .
......br nwtlliod Uiat ault baa ..... and two daughter' Mr*. mv d..t51De1''unink :!

lilrd "\'U by IM* :''In.. tna namad abova l>lau nanivdfourt >nrfaf t. K. Commander. IVmcw de L.un,

rklii. to ..u.., U a piaiuUll UU and Mr.. Mimry.'.}(oKinof, La y- l'rlng'M. Fla.r .

lu iluat Vh**. folloalnic lying. aud dvarribvd baud In.property Walton, tall Utah. --Th,. '.r. four l>ro-

"" ""I'. rlorida. luwlttAtta thorn ;,Jtm 'Nobler .PurtUnd.CUixlo .
31 sod 4J, Kortlon >S Townrtip -
)' John
s ftouih Hanita ao Wat. audboitlou HobbV'Wiight. a..
Lot H std "' O14'\ 01 Lou' W. (Grebe l>one de Leon and 'AlIxMrt .
:a e Towoahlp .a South! Han. '
I
Ala
Kobba of Uookhart
VO w/Vat. "all, ou---'.". to tho inauof ,
Mina Roe IHantaUon INunnanyl ; Three lntM.*. .. ..1110 l survive: 'Mrs.AMnie l
-. Ilia III tli. orilr of tn* Clr& Nel suet Mrs. ,Julia Fourt.tain i
WMtonOauuijr
of tha ttroiit Uo..pOf
)'lurl"" both lortUnd, and-Mrs.
.; and you ai* nvrvby IU.U'.... and yo- I l.lUabeth: 1'ltU of ......acula. 004Y
'ti... qulrfxt to aro MIMU Ui* attomvy ofrrord
-- lor Ui* uainlllla a cx$.y oi There are ,..,..-\.. dcandohildren
..ti; .a.f,; your ...*..r or wrtltn dfn,a. IIany alai two areatgrandrkildron.Mr. .
'?':t to It,. umMalnt< In aald -ua*
and to III* Ib* ortaluat of *ucn aua. ,
";'- :: veer or wrlttn d.triia* with thaMra and Mrs. Walter Tappan
., .... Circuit Ouult Ot WaItouVnauty
(. rtorlda lu D./''un0.0 hprlh .. vUltcU ,Mr*. JOM .Stubba who Ucuiinowd

t1oi1d... 400.0' ...f.r0 teyI." -.s. 14IxIN ,in llrewton. Ala. 110.petal .-
Corpe-wiUiew'StMfp-iiN ron/. AN" .aU.UtI'. '1l v1 r". 1. .
Chtrrol Impala Sport .
.on Jiunday.
etrtua41ottd' Uaa Mar ,b* 14Planb.r FREE!

... .. ;
'' t ke Ac tchccJL M. 1.11:0: ANtthl5lll: "* .IIIU"I.(:K Ttt rMRIIITON
rmlcu..flGIl Matched
what Men's
Iff you sec-moves. yon, (71st C7MYIt Cbnntf.t ar1N011t'n shields' 0LUM110A ar"TUTKitIn .

.... --,_ 44rpO1p'11.vI "". t"w/.15,4 of tfeo .'-r.: Jwdt'** SUCKS and
(val. ... *-,....' -.,, t ON rip) r ',hOne IaEAL1"' : kit an In"Vwaaty.h.Mtw t

Mown.p '''. 1'lolatltt:'' In t.
ri "Itetato" of SHIRT SET'jIf
400 the road feels like satinengineers be .onr:' Ah U4 U An4ry. W u._ Manta. Adalaontuu .
it's dVyd
look at those longer wider lines tells you I of hp.- oa 4 mM"6.i5 w "",... n.c-I.

couldn't buy before without CAIIM up with a new Full Coil iue1iffsiot5 h. AM.ru.t. .e tai.P. .. To A" c-.aa... .._ r-_. ....,.. WITH rUtCHASSlOf
kind of .
the car you just niir-- U. )b3 ue t 0.110.. N 4.0s0d. AIMa.I lard. ANT Haw I
drive teamed it with a 'VId -Stance design, 1r0iuoia0 ov.t0d.. .ltord.l / 530400 I
getting into the higher price brackets. But one system, .l $ McCULLOCHCHAIN
Dud li Wo0. .0 horvbynoitfid
will tell a lot more. made our :famonsJct.rnooUi. 'ride! smoother. . ntH l -, ._ ----- .... ...>."...... to procont awy \ T
you 111E': ,'t4C1'tT' C"'M' nr TllO ....- and dontaod wttlun ,-. o. l i..t\l SAW
You've'got your kind of engine going for you.There's more stable than ever.Beginning WINO r ... .." I..L tlbl l'IT' eat mUw ol taut may liavo aaaiiwt U>* af *r.5 utf
tlkCRt trm
I iONDIMC
kind of ".,UUlI.' 1:0.: A'$ t..a..H alata of WSU.Manw4 Adklaun I :
an even half dozen of them available to feel like it's your I1.UNT1' '. IM I II tNr11'. 4040-.. Mir of .0MUy.oul/, Mr ><< l ,, ,++*
cart There'll be doubt about it when you J. 111 IJ"'wI".a.' .... _._ 0000? .nW. N 11' 1.0 C.4.ty P0.. Idtin4flW0I00500401.;:: N.4004/t..r
no
this year-anything you name from a quieter. L'$10111._. Oimpauy rtua. at hM oftlra In tlio court MO...
atyourChcvjolctdci It'r'8, : ,"," l or saw Uuuniy M iMrualaa .|wla.*. /0. .,ln. Ta
*
drive the ri al thing WdYilT SMIIITH a
_sweeter running 6 to a.V8,wjth the authority ; \HLIUIK. rtonda.. wtlaltt o. .....n1-it IMOUUMIrviii Hurl',$t t M's' f.r> tn coioretn /
M. asLLlr "' '''1...., 'uU"I IIM unto ot tn. iu.t UUM_IM>Mor :)l..0..1M
S4e d ... .'.. ... ,iI''IB: -fbrrolel "'l'A14a/Ylf. l'b4ary ll. ':/' '. Ira; Gt'arlrlte. wlt .nwr 4d4'pfpr'r Ol..Cl.. M.t* Ol VkllltalW Wl>''*' I "tin ....._.. Twu'ovtnao .. .OMhvlauu mtV n TterKail 4 "al.ndlo i
.111. .. ..... ... -.-...- ..... .. rvw0rd. and AtTii ...... -."'.. *r ._...... oboU.1.s la wrluaud ,.. lou
-.------ -- - --- 14f14rtulM"" .ItaU .....* .... |>taro of .........,.
btATM 'or n.oHIUA;' "Of &..IUleIaW. and !..os bin,. addroto of tno wuntant.
... lot ..." r _,'- ..,.. ..r.U.. .010k .... .....1 J>o owu>_ Ioa ay to launaut, 'r r
lei yard ChevroletCo..p wl N W1a0 i.I'a.. ...154 allurnay aud aanciwipanljd 00 a
j sad Allt100 lilin: ro ot OH. oollar and aurn rtaimor 4I
You aro ......., o HUtd that aro inand nut au luod ,auat ... .vtdA .
>ni>lalH, .... .....a row In .... abo*. .....,. KoL101.04 14._00.
_.000uS ._a...... vl toat *M,.4nurorttiM odiuiuwtmior of tnantant
TWb'=;2571 . aatoit MOVMMBI*; la1 A. '. a .
6 Street: O N.lsn Av.nue DeFuniak Florida .._>*t tlv* tull- .w> M Walou Couuly, Mot <16" tolxH of Wult.45 MNM i LANTERN
n .n'' es.0oLP1.000
MunibM IVM and loft a.aw l> 1"6W.--tVtuww I, 1004 ;icy-
4.r to BMP ot ItorunUM Mptin. 4i o.., .. .. is. n c *..lll.. |M."|.... of.
ru-rtda. drawn l>y W, 4. VaMiU. - . ... ._.- f McCUtlOCHfioMo
un .ale IM U.. olflr. of 'h. 01000 lal.w.al (;if Owaral', Maa.t.n..nl 1r1
BWIOG"'W4 ] , PARTY- portable
1 . Mortoaa 1_nian ..*...... .*... nub
MiMd *y wnillain. WI>H**.d .o dAiMUia tl.iid wo.aiyrlurtda .1 IIwvOa.4 41.1,0. fioMo loa ... i '!*'.i*. .your. ....... warn
SIZE can oponer WlUtattawt. In lavov ul J, M. Howard Mtema, kttllor awJmninlnt %._ *f Ma* ***m,
Deluxe imrav. itatnc k Mdrto> a* Clly Ft** Mauaalnti irdlix, N.... 4,and wa.1 ..._ ,.n* 'ft.. .fcOO tmor.on .
I. "1 u o a-t* 1 1 OWM**. Howard ._fa. Known 010.45rr4.0. .y tax, ,-. /"\1tutlt.lI4U
:: :., :n..a--.c-l.:..=:. tr : 00100 a ..Inqt .0..4.0.... aud otnvt a...4laa .+.
AUTOMATIC yvMawo*. utTta 1.104' 1..41514 IS. _..... __ t oar aont or 001.
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PERCOLATOR o W V uSMil.rvnko "|. .f.. rto; .r .5344 .. 4 10...: APM..1: Low
..A i.. or ofur* OroM il. la*. mII < 40100000 01 ra/d 4000.141.0. MW
t M IOM IM -"c'a'a.. ,.I..11My 11 4..01000. 1004. 1 / -"C1IueCH" aware .Otf'H
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Cii_* .w1 ,.10.i-wk.. M. .U..050ou .04..1 sod .... leuud Ion MAC
Smart _w rfntoi. ChwtMl Wtrim. .... ot./ y.0. -.,. ."..".., of rid mi4li. ., wiil .0. tak" a. "i' IAW-

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$1 .9:; ,01.ot" .4 0.D'L.wM0
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$2"CHROME' u 400.5 05 D.P0.0001. .. OIoS
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SecondIn Mrs. John Dickinson: and dau- Standard Chances Crown Mr*. Jeanette Hutchinson has NOTE OF APPRECIATIONWe LOT FOR SALE: 250 X BOO Ft. OCT. 1ST.H THRU OCT. 24TH
Florida ghter, PatU were visitors in Tallahassee Brand Name To Chevron as her guest for the next three TW 6-3261 on Hiway 331 .4% !! Special 1..t Men's Sport Shirts,,. up
Capacity
+ Pulp Thursday. weeks her son Tommy Hutchinson wish to take this opportu- ml. south of DeFunlalc Springs. to $4.95 values. Now 2 for $3.93at

s Among 12 southeastern states, Mrs. Dawson Copeland and Crown, a gasoline brandnameused of Andrew. AFB Washington, nity to express our thanks and I King and Company. Itpd
Florida ranks second in daily Mrs. Pauline Hodges spent sev- by Standard Oil Company who Is home for a convalescent gratitude to the many wonderful
pulpwood capacity according to eral days in Tallahassee last weekon (Kentucky) for more than 50 leave following results of an friends and neighbors of DeFun-: British 303 Rifle UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT:
Florida Forest Service. In business.Mr. years, is being replaced by a new accident.Mr. iak Springs who helped us with FurnUhod and unfurnished apts.
the Florida's nine mills had a and Mrs. Howard Cawthon name-Chevron. and Mrs. Raymond Rinse I gifts thoughts and prayers during $29.95 I Palmer-College Apt. See Mrs. S.
24-hour 1963, production capacity of are vacationing in the western "With the change to the Chevron I have returned to Atlanta after a.. the illness of our son, John. H. Werley, Apt. 3. Phone TW
tons. states for several days. name we are identifying our visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. We are happy to be home and! Fisher Hardware Co 6-3688. 10l,8,15,22pd:
8,250
This total was exceeded only Mr. fond Mrs. Earl Castello of retail operations with those of I Nance. able to say Johnny Is Improving FOR SALE: WATER FRONT
by Georgia's 13 mills with their Pensacola were visitors in townon cur parent company. Standard Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cawthon of rapidly. I lots s ad wooded In lots. On
total pulping capacity of 10,113 Saturday. Oil Company of California said Gainesville, were visitors in townon Please accept our sincere FOR RENT: SMALL FUR. ChocUwhatehee Bay. located
day. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald WIse had W. C. Smith, President of the Saturday. thanks. NISHEO house. Mrs. Fred Baker, Okalo-tsa-Walton on
tons The per largest pulp mill in Florida as guest over the weekend, Mrs.J. Standard Oil Company. "This I I Mrs. A. F. Dullard was a visi- Rosa andWilliam I 202 Circle Dr. Ph. TW 6-9511 or Villa Tasso. A. C.county: Howe.line Rt. In 1

belongs to the International Paper K. Wise of Opp. Ala., and Company and its subsidiaries had tor to Ft. Walton Beach on Sat- Sullivan TW 45651. 10ltfcbg Box 259, Villa Tasso, NicevUle:
Company in Panama City which their daughter Miss Shirley Wiseof been using the Chevron name in I urday. FOR SALE: THREE BEDROOM FloriJa.
has a capacity of 1620 tons per Macon. Ga. 28 states, Canada and Latin America Mrs. Wrri. Schmeider: and chil- house bath and a half. Small
day. Mrs. Marion McNenee: motherof before the addition of Stan- dren of Minot, North Dakota, COMPLETE LINE down payment. Call collect MU FOR RENT: FURNISHED APT.
Mrs. Marlon Shultz, is visiting 'dard of Kentucky's five states. have visiting for some time with ZENITH HEARING AIDS 2-295O at Crestview. 9:10tfchg: one bedroom, private bath, private
Mrs. Hugh Adan.s was a visitorto friends in Mobile this week. Work on this changeover has Mrs. Schmelder: parents Mr. and AND BATTERIES TO FIT bath entrance. Gas heat and
Pensacola on Friday, Carl Henderson, student at the I been going on for the past 90 Mrs. Glen Beach. She and the ALL MODEL (HEARING LOST: SEAL POINT FEMALE gas stove. Reasonably priced. Ph.
-" --- University of Florida spent the I days, and the change will be effective children left last weekend for AIDS Siamese: cat. Last seen In East TW 6-4021. 9:10tfchg:
weekend here with his parents, October 6th. Huntsville Ala. where they will KING'S REXALL STORE Live Oak Avenue neighborhood,
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Henderson. "There will be no change In join her husband and be making wearing- a silver collar and leash. FOR SALE: MILK roe per gai.
Save! Miss Patti Dickinson spent the station identification" Smith said.i their home In the future. Answers to the name Gidgette.If or 3 gal. for $2.00. Please furnish
Save! Save; weekend In Tallahassee guest of "As long as we have service sta- TOP THE Lubrication TWO BEDROOM BLOCK house found call Radio Station your own containers. Open from
COMPANY IN
Miss Dianne Harberon. WDSP TW 48361. Reward if 6-8 ajn. and 5-7 p.m. Vsrin's
Heating tions in our present marketing for rent or sale. Call II. L. Prescott re-'
Let us Install your Mrs. Pauline Hodges spent the area; they will be identified by ings available business In has this a few area open-for PPh. TW 6-9151. or TW 4 turned. Itpd. Dairy Hiway 83, Glendale Road.
System NOW Before the weekend in Dothan with relatives. the Standard Oil sign." model 2591. 10:8tfchgFOR : I0:15pd:
Mr. and Mrs. Don DaLee of men above 30 with late FOR SALE: LAKE FRONT
RUSH Starts! Atlanta, and Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mn. Oscar Wooten spent last auto. No Investment, steady income RENT: ON LIVE OAK Estate. Four acres landscaped. FOR RENT: BEDROOM. SEMI.
full time repeat orders Ave. furnished upstairs .4 room Masonryhome.. Priced to sell- private bath. Ph. TW 6-2151.
Hinton of Montgomery were week in Lake Worth, Fla., getting I ,
guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. acquainted: with her new grand I I pay full commission. Sales experience apt, gas heat, airconditioned.Ph. low low ,down payment, ready 934chg:
Hinton over the weekend.Mrs. son. The proud parents are Mr. knowledge of tractors TW 6-2151. 24tfchg.: finance: available. C. A. Porter, CASH FOR LATE MODEL
Whiter Tappan visited the and Mrs. John D. Wood. I and machinery and the surrounding 24TH, 3227 N. Orange Ave. Orlando, cars, 1958 models up. Buying for
THRU OCT.
area helpful. We train If OCT. ISTiH
Harvey Rodgers in Chattahoocheelast : I FFla- Ph. 425-3066. 10:8.15chg: Eastern and Miami markets. If
those attending the FIo-
Among
hired. For personnel Interviewsee Special lot men's Sport Coats up
week. you have a used car to sell, call
rlda-Missiulppi Football game in
L. W. values. Now $5.00 to
a Johnson Holiday Inn to $35.00
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Light- James Hussey TE 6-2271--8 .
John .m.
AND Gainesville Saturday were Destin, Florida, Saturday. October $15.00 at King and Company. Faiaon And Ward
foot have returned home follow Frank Dludworth Hal Crawford I till 5:30 p-m. 12Jlpd:
17 or Sunday October 18 at 10:30: ltpd Water Wells and
ing a four day visit in Columbus, end Paul Tcelin. Pumps
SAVE Ga., with their daughter Mrs. a.m. or 2:30: p.m. FOR SALE: Registered Blonde Easy term*- Call collect FOR RENT: UNFURNISHED

ON Ramona Fontayne.. From the FOR SALE: 20" GAS RANGE chihuahua. 18 mo. old female real Doe Falcon Bonlfay M7-2376 modern three bedroom' home two
baths, kitchen built-in stove andeven.located
Lightfoots went to Willachoochee: If you don't know very good condition.! Ph. TW 8- nice pet cheap. Phone TW 6-3701 Wiley Ward Vernon 838.2168 ,
East Avenuein
and visited Mrs. Qulda Drown, on Bay
FUELENJOY 7350. Itpd nights. 4:11.10:1'pd:
who is a sister of Mrs. Light- watches know the white section. Ph. TW 6-

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fatigue, overeating, head injuries advice.
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three will have a migraine are always' ready to advise and BIBLE WEEK
family history. serve you..,at no obligation of Every mail box ia a teller's window. OCT. 19-25
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people to believe that a virusIs RHODES JEWELRS9th ..
a rather new and always THIS ADVERTISEMENT PUBLISHED IN COOPERATIONWITH

J. V. I.AWSON. OWNER mysterious, all of us malady.are virtual Actually Incubators -- DeFunlak Street Spring. CAWTHON STATE BANK THE LAYMEN'S NATIONAL COMMITTEE.

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