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 22, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Walton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Walton -- DeFuniak Springs
Coordinates: 30.721389 x -86.119444 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 106, no. 20 (May 20, 1993)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028316
Volume ID: VID00251
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
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J Braves Scalp MariannaIn % DEFU HE-V F

Brilliant Second Half e Fa dl

The Walton Braves put on an 0

unbelievable performance in the Homecoming: Week to_ .- 0::
second halt for a great comeback For Walton Braves 2
victory: over lone-time rival Ma- .. -
nanna Friday by \a 36-20 acore. -11*.' :-: 'C= : :J .e

The Marianna team found boles This Is Homecoming Week at .....).....) : . n __ .
Walton and it Is one that will be
In the Walton defensive line and full of fun and excitement Here VOLUME 7 PUBIJSIIED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA OCfOIIEtt 22, Number 4f
them to c
put use by going In at
is a list of
the Coach half with a .-. toad. Thursday: night-: A bonfire and Revival Services At JOHN H. DICKINSON. ... I
Buddy the
team a pep talk Supple at the cave half and pep 6.30: p.m.Frida7 rally:. at Harbeson Field at :First Baptist Church I Game and Fish ((7iission

they came ,beck and put on -
performance that left the spectators Wlllham. :
The Rev. W. O. pastor
parade up town at 4.-OO: pm.Friday :

The gasping.defensive line did an excellent night-Crowning of the of the revival First Baptist services'Church will, g
Homecoming Queen for 1964 at announces On
Job in the second half and 7:15: and the Walton-Tate game begin Monday night October 26. Schedules Heari Lakes <

the offensive line opened holes In beginning at 7.30: p.m. and continue through Sunday: November T
the line which: the backs put to 1. Quest evangelist w111 e
The Homecoming: Dance will be .
very food use held in the Walton from 10 be the Rev. Beryl: Roberta, pastor -- -
Tom Jones scored four touchdowns gym and Sale At DR. DUNNING TO PR I fAT
to 12. with music by the Vibrations of Lake Carroll Baptist Church In W 0 u4 Steer Stocker An additional meeting to discuss -
for the Braves with runs' from Dothan. Tafpa. Rev. Roberta Is marriedto ;tea Paxton' Market' October 29 THE VALLEY CHURCH the renovation of Lake Stanley
of 4, 2. 2 and 1 yard. "Go Bo -
former Miss Neva Ruth and Back Lake has been
The Given Club will be selling the a o requested -
Bludwortb scored' the other with cushions at the game and the Anchor Rainer of this place. They have T The Paxton Livestock Cooperative Dr. Norman G. Dunning of London says Gene Smith Information -
a run of 41 yards and also was Club will be selling Homecoming tree children. by popular demand, will England who has been con. Officer with the Came
the leading ground gainer with at the The Guest minister of music will be heifer sale on Thursday October ducting a series of services at the and Fresh Water Fish Comm

ISO :yards running his total this I "W Club corsages la selling derbies game. this .J. Lloyd Landrum. from the Av- heifer sale o nThursday.: October Walton county Presbyterian sion and will be held Thursday

year to 799 :yards rushing.. : week at school along with Walton cndale Baptist Church Jaacksonville. w 2*. churches this week will concludethe night October 22. at 7:00: o'clock.
The Brave would like to thank Livestock series with service
sweatshirts. waj xi growers and dealersare a on In the commissioners' room in the
aU the tans -who have gotten behind Evening services will begin at manifesting a great deal of Thursday 7:30: pjn. a' the I Walton county' courthouse.

them this year and Inspired 7:13.: p.m. The morning services, interest in the sale, which will Euchce' Valley: Church. Qame and FUh Commission officials -

their playing. Members of the Sportaman Club New. I Tuesday through Friday will beheld draw numbers of buyers: and The public la cordially; Invitedto will be present at this

team said playing: la )taz anna from 7:15: to 7:45: In the Fellowship sellers from Northwest Florida at attend.Biff meeting to discuss poisoning& and
was almost like playing. at home In the past month several things Hal lof the church. A r.- well as Southeast Alabama. restocking the twin lakes in west

because there. were so many: Walton happened concerning the sports- breakfast for the men ot the NAMIO LOCAL MANAGa" DeFuniak Springs, and the pub

tana from here at the .game .mans of Walton county and we church will be held on Saturday WARS Holds Regular Carnival OpensAt lic ls Invited to attend.At .
The 'Braves will 'lave their feel that you: should know what morning.The Southeastern Telephone Company Paxton School a meeting held In September -
hands full this week when they. : stand your club taken on each public is cordially Invited district manager R. A. FtaSde Meet October 7 the County' Commission

take on Pensacola Tate in .the occasion to attend the services.: has anneunC'e'dbe' appointmento passed a resolution asking the
lINK Homecoming game.. First war the closing of a very / .John K. Dickinson to the po- Walton Athletic Recreational Thursday night October 29 at Gam. and Fish Commission to
The word from the Braves* large portion of the EgUn Air Walton High School aition of:local' manager to be located Society held Its regular meetingat Paxton School. 6 30 o'clock a Halloween take over the lakes and include

dressing room' this week is: "Wedont I Force Baa Reservation to hunt- Hallowe'en Carnival' here In DeFuniak' Springs. the home of Dr. and Mrs. McICInley ., Carnival will be open to them In the Commission's management

hate em, but we sure ,do Ing. This .land was all locatedwithin At Auditorium Oct. 31 He will be respnslble for operations Cheshire on Wednesday.: the public at the Paxton Schoolat : : area program.

want to beat 'em." Walton county and In. In. Freeport, Glendale end October 7, .t Tao: pjn. The meetIng Paton. There will be fun and Property owners around the
eluded all roads Ponce de Leon ae well aa In the well attended merry-making for the kiddies, the
entering the reservation Walton seniors wUl sponsor a was and several U.kes by a considerable majorityhad
Local Saddle Club on the north and *a tboundary. Hallowe'en carnival on Saturday DeFuniak Springs ..... Items of Importance were teenagers, and the adults. requested the action but
31 .t the city; auditor Dickinson began his career with attended to. Entertainment will be no probe the County Commission
October two
Member Takes "-11 Southeastern In 1.S. 'Installerrepairman lem. There will be fortune telling -
W. contacted EgUn and were lum. Doors will open at 6 pm. M an Mr. Fred HacketL Johnnie weeks later rescinded their action
In Tallahassee He I dancing the house of horrors
assured that then war Justification at' Hardy and Ray Spikes
Point Prize with the coronation ceremony appointed when the owner of the lakes
for the closing and that nothing 7:30 serve an Inca "Iservice man at a nominating committee bowling and many: others.This caked It be taken from' the management -
i could chang It before thissoening will be food fun and entertainment Madison until 1M, when he was to. replace tho.e board of directors will be the night for the
Walton County; Saddle Club had promoted' and transferred to Tal- Halloween Kings and Queens of program.
hunting season. and eM. whne term has expired October
fr young A Lake
the most successful show of Its : .. property owner on
We contacted Rep.b SIkes Lots of booths and game, with I&.; 26. at 7.30: In the Walton the primary: elementary: junior Stanley asked the Oame and Flab
Sour' year history. last Saturday high I and senior high schools to
and requested his support In ask He ha* been active In civic and Lunch room. ,
ot prizes. Commission to hold another meetIng
night although the weather was lugthe EgUn officials to re-open plenty An: Invitation is extended to community: Affairs through the'I'It."J'lm A motion was. made and carried be chosen. A deligntnii stage pro-' .. he had some questions he-

rawer chilly. The one-hundred.--. all area east of Road 212 except the fun. '.are. >j John_and! to donate $40.00 to the Quarterback tram will also be preevnted.'
and entriea. ot. tM:,.a- come on out .njoy Laura I I wished answered about the proJKt. -
that portion known as range 62. 2t are active members or the Club to help pay for and so thia meeting bAa been
hour show came from Blakaly.O Bapt ,tl'hurdle* and with their ;
In a very short time we receiveda Park. for the Walton IIraves Tivoli Bounces I set for Thursday night.
*, Mobile. Dothan and meats three' daughters. Patti. Katie and
letter from Mr. SIkes which Council Agrees On football players..:
more points In Alabama; Pensa I .la Oak Lawn Ft. Walton 32-7
stated that he would support our Garbage Can daily, ere living; The proposed Shchee Recreational '
to cola, Marianna. Panama City: and request and aa :you now know 32-GaL Square.Benefit. Park on back lake has been Local Civil Air

other .. laca in Florida towns. the area la open for hunting during Beginning November 1 1. residents cleared and WARS Is now In the I Tlvoll bounced Ft. Walton
y Everyone; that missed this show the coming season. of DeF uniak Spring must I.a...... FarTh process of getting the roots picked Comb high school In their homecoming Patrol Was ActiveThe

really missed a treat In free en We wish to thank Cong. SIkes have their garbage in containers Jtanior CBBagt up and clay hauled In. Anyone tilt 12-7. The local high

tertainment.Results for hla supporting our club and not larger than 32 Ballon wishing to donate any: of these school boys were led by Bob local CAP squadron tooka
of the show follows with the people of Walton county' Garbarge put In the big ftS-gal- The Walton county!' home demcnstratlon services' please contact- any WAILS Paul's two scores, Ralph Jenkinstwo very. active part in the recent

some of the entries winning by Other activities we are sponsoring lon sUe will not be picked' up. luncheon will be held member. It will be greatly appreciated. and a lone tally by Ronald Sard a Exercise. Capt. Duet
&eAUJa of seco d. Listed with -a turkey shoot every Saturday Reason for the change .Is that Wednesday. October. M at the city Jordan, Ralph Jenkins and two Mooney and First Lieut. lUll
the winner first. auditorium with.. the usual' PAT Hob Paul'a touchdowns .
night the big heavy drums are simplyto WARS would also like to ex. Kramer went to St. Petersburg
No. 1 .Mailer Mans. and Fillies: good country cooking to be waiteg. result of of 40 .
We are sponsoring the county heavy to handle by the men on preen our many many hanks to ware a sweeps via. Gainesville and picked up
.Harvey 'fees. .. a evwe. Ala. Leo Rattlesnake Rodeo starting soon the collection truck. . Proceed from the 1 luncheon Covell Construction: Co. for' clearing and 23 .yard Ralph Jenkins tallies simulated, blood plasma and then
Booner.; .-locomb.: Charlie. Ounnela.Opp. located In the lot directly: te front The mailer else cans- wit ". C" w,ted to the Okaatooaa. the land for" u.. wr. from' 10 and 6 yards out. ....uted. two simulated wounded
Ductnw woonvon.' OracevUle.anSTJam of.the..tty: ,.hall, and w want'to on'Xrlirtirfn kepx tow*.Bio, r'-.e-3tee.esY.R.RMngwee ...Dwt't-tertvt the "iinwaisl newt. CRonald ".41_'. .tone score weeCA .ee-> U. ....".--.. "<*** .
**'a1i s'tpp. ''.. 2 Hal thankthe',lot -....-er.or.***/.Bert :and' mo.qulto population. pmt. ...6l'jl.MIVIVAL UJOG. a.e, lag. .to" .beheld Wrd. Oe a .43. yard Jaunt. Playing In), There were tour simulatedJbadioJogfcal .
ter. Statuon and ueullngs; H. L. McCall for his support to the and plate wttl- be the lunchroom Tao pm. W. ire/ their last Homecoming ..... were Mlaatona flown over

Graham fernacoia. Tony Weld. club. First Methodist Church New, M all persons .Interested. In.the King Brown, Ralph Jenainc. JohnDrown. Northwest Florida to test radiation
DelevUie. Ala; Leo Bonner Slo- youth of Walton county to please Allen Paul. Curt Bruton here.The .

eomb. Mr*. thus KalUord Slo- Rev. Lano4n OarrteaM, ****** ....vle.. AT attend. You do not have 'to be a and Luther Smith. j CAJ whines& to extend
cojnb. Oscar crown, Siocomb.: No. Auxiliary' Offlccn The annual church loyalty: BALDWIN AVIMUS BAPTIST member of WARS to attend. their' appreciation the Bob For-

J, Western P.easure-19 and under Named For INS campaign was conducted: last RgVIVAL MggTINO AT baa and the Ham operators. In
: Stanley: Johns OracevUle, week under., the leadership of Revival aervlc* will begin Mr. and .'n. Francis MerrtMeld I WC6LIY MLMOn1Al.Everyone the are, aa well aa the Walton
homers Holman. Blakaly. Oa, The Amerlcaan Legion Auxiliary / chairman.The October It tturougn N... 1st. at and Mr. and Mrs Winston Wilkinson county Sheriffs Department and
Marvin. Bishop general: /
Sandra Anderson Panama City. unit No. 61 met Tuesday campaign! committee Is doing : the Baldwin. Baptist Church al sltended. the Auburn la Invited to attend :the FAA In Crmtvlw. for their.
Gerald M .. Grace ule DaynaRobosky night October 13 In the home of work this week and :30 each evening. Georgia Tech game played In revival services 1<< October 29th splendid cooperation In makingthe .
follow-up .
Bonlfay.: I Alice Wadsworth with 15 mem- will make a final report nestSunday. I Quest speaker will be ..*.. Alert Birmingham Saturday. through the 30th. at Wesley. Memorial mission. a .Uft'....

No. Western Pleasure 16 hers pt'e8IInt. Members who have not > . Churcbwell.. pastor of the Miss Anna Jo McDonald a Church beginning' at 7:30:: This. le I only. on of the many
and oven H. L. Graham Pensa Pres. Miry' Vivian Thompson toward the New Prospect Baptist Church at sophomore at Chlpola.' attended each evening ,a." L T. WUliam- mUslone& ef the CAP.

cola Jimmy Brown. 1il locomb; presided. Business was brought made church a pledge budget as< yet are requested Marl. Ala- Everyone at Invited. to the Florida homecoming' .In Gainesville son of Salem will be guest sprain An .Invitation. la e...nd< new I
Leo Bonner. Siocomb Paulino XI- vp to date. The president appointed the, church office. attend._ n __ over the weekend. .r. UMM interested to join' the CAP sand

lint Panama City; Jean Wynn a committ to collect Mrs. Walter Den ''J.T. acting help serve the county In ibis

Dothan. No. Walking HorsesamatntT -- membership due. Gladys Corer choir: director reminds everyoneof way.

Gordon OUmer, Opp la membership chairmen choir rehearsal each Wednesday '
Bobby Boutwell ElMo Ala; No. Each member was urged to at 7:00: pm. Anyone Intoreett . ::".' :. .Poses do. Leon .PTA

plantation CUM Junior bring gifts for Christmas Joy In singing In the choir .la Invited ', ", ., .c Meet. Tlu.,.. Oct. 22
Sr. Bobby boxes to th* chairman Ida Knrppr. <."""
,Y.. 7 Plantation Class / to attend the rehearsals.District "".,
Bountwell.. Elbe; Henry D. so they. can be mailed earlyto Conference for the \ Th* Pon.. .. de icon ParentTeacher -
Benton. Opp; Don Fleming Floral our three hospitals-. state. Marianne District will be held Association. will meet at

.; NUc Bruce. Samson .James Officers for' 1M as follows: Monday October: 26 at the Saint .the high school auditorium Thurs.

Bar Opp. No. --Tropky,than Prs*. Mary' Vivian' Thompson. Andrew Methodist church la I Panama I
Kenneth Crawford Hartferd' ; Vac.M.rIe Underwood; tad City.. Dr. E. L. llardia. District i supper from A.3O: to 7:00:
Samara Holman. Blakely; Mrs.. We-Pree. Ethel Lathlnghouse' ; Superintendent will preade I pja. 0* for adult and 29* for
Gene Haliford, Siocomb; Holly Secretary' Treasurer Abble l Bishop Kenneth Ooodeen will students. Advance tickets. are on

' yi-g and Pat Bell ot DeFuniakSprings. Spence; Chaplain Lett Brown" ; preach at the conference.' ....... tale or tickets may be had at the
Sgt..At Arm Gladys Covell; door.
List of Sunday services:
No. a Western Reining: Stanley Oirla State Chairman. Helen Har- Church School c.! The "feusln.** meeting begin at
a4S: a jn.
These were Installed by 7-6 pan with entertainment and
Vardas U. Mobil; Detbert Spence.DeTunlak 11:00: ajn. Morning Worship *
Springs Bobby Long.Bonltay. . weed.Past President Mart Under. I S.30: pjn. Youth Choir Rehear 1iJ. pen house following the bu .....

Clarence Davidson P.rynlakJlmnny .- ... !message
> Brown f"...*.. Plans 'were mad to have a I ..00 Methodist Youth Fellowship. ,
,.. Ie-jMMien Roping.Delbcrt -a.Dn. .- lunch stand up town. on Veteran's pm.. ....... new Trial. Ktr
.... ..... Spas Day.The; baiter. send. deliciousisfisehiiianta 70: pm. Evening Worship.' r* ...t...". October 21

Buddy I.omg. Losses. Wbitaker.Ory. -
Pannaa ; and Eteory Hammond. and the meeting was Walton CoejntrChamber Plaid. .trial.* for AKC ,.*'.Mred
No. 11 adjourned with prayer offered by mgtos. will be hew Saturday
PeTunlast Spring of Coeo."u *
r.e.rt. !bees '1'. J. acrer-, z.wau.. SUtlise .r. ,. CaJeevAarQcU of with. drawing for she trial.. to beheld

w.-.c ....i'. PIt.&I1Ip loping H. I* Graham. Lomax 22 Oct. 29 al JanMKT Irvln. *** horn at
Ala. IngramSaving 70 a.... Judging from horsebackwm .
INs..rbud Cfttr. W1aJtaIE_. Detbert Spence. Buddy -
LlbflaLdak and 8oci..t.tOO.Led'e ; b* Ifarvld ..yn* and Carl
MoesM. Low Eauoty Hammond. Oct. 22-Day Lily .
) .... dub. MeCultougn from Psnsaeola. Th.
jpaaorT 2O-King Lancing. : Emery: Day-Country
)Ws.:: Cepea'' Sdy -.. HDelMn Speoe; Russell Oct. 23 flay School Halloween eves will. be .held al Spring Lake
KUd .
Luan& 1tsiM Owen Madams; Owen and Le* Ingram. DeFuniak Carnival-Walton Homecoming J I
ctesl, S.r Bea: Parade and Game. ..' . <. will b* served at lit.c.atag . Spring*. N* 21 Flag '1'1; . '"
S *.!..: Mary Fed... ...... sad Race: Phillip I""'" Detbert Oct. 24-West' Defimlak Halloween .. ... II" ",., .. gr.aaad..
..... .
Seed MJ--.**, o.rIIak.r.: ....... Ne 22 Arena Bee: Carnival. a**. .. . Beagle ClubE'en

... 13_Maatcal Tires Dotnertr Lowell Davidson Roy sash Rue- Orl.' 2 -DeFumak Ltona-*0. : ,..;.. .,, .--.1>>
i9 Ta
.at r Mtt ..... Snasaa; sell Owen. Alan Bastes D.V\ a- Beta Sigma Phi-7-JO.= . .
e sits! AMsef.a4 taaea Ctty. a.- lair Sprtacs sad Emory fUnonomd.To Trseport u.7cot. -.. :71" .... FTavya**)
{ 'sT d ..d Bob SemiI.e .. hints point prts of a pair () 27-K>wiua-III: *. + Elsaisejtary Department
I -."'" *f bawotiful boots wa won by Beta Sigma phi" &***. will SBBnr) a "Hrtowe Fun"

(..pasRyea.19Le. ) : Delbert apes c* on hit .....,I Quarterback Club-7 0. ...> If"".".AtFrtday.. October 10. IM4TrvWTe
, ;: ., C........... 1H: to 19-39
...... Sloea.dsLmli. Trtgajer with a total of scanty Oct. 2ft-I torn* D.nhmstrsWs ,, i\:\,( :,*. .

.. ........ ...... City: It four point Ximner-up with upoint I Council Luocbeoo-II-0. ':,,.",". i." .' .'JL.,. . ,,; I p auAu .
.. . .. ,; students aarento and
ea.Lat ..adJ11as : _ _
L ____ : we Emory HMnsnand onLI I '' ''M. My '
: ..... .. .
.* ar* .. ... Come out and
14ewea. SIsese.e.r ... It-. bars*. Big Red. Both ef theses Old-Time Western T-33 Jet Donated To City I *a)) y tun. and laughter for yeuaajnd '
.... )fees (.pen): Dayn *.oteng. p -''ta>ans wr .hem town
..... arddV Loren DevWys Hanging At Casey av Cauawfl. n..Mse r**.*.xiy read and will t.. eeuated. m "**..; Mar**. I Ml .It wee a*.I eld.Ml .

ties DdMltd.k apttnhOC ICIMQ'' -....... led drain lee em ell. a permanent> dtes>Uy al the DvFUMte I'N LMgWy A.T.1t.. VUgiAie'
11.--I ..lfq Gee Cl* Te MeTb On Saturday Oct. 24. Carry'stGA craft tftftUey ttmnmf .. Uoae sear I Springs Air -rt. The CAP .fIIII es Angst J. ...... a ague ** Peeuy ..... wa home'

... 2Sl.dsesaalL-: : Debeim...", will base a. 14-ttta We*. M wee ....*. 7h us the Mal 1 U an *ng>e ** ..***.* Ift* It'.*. A.1S. t'*.... to" "' ....... r.4reewas .. .tats.. nu vteMbrngf. wttta her prWealker -
4 fiat lihulle'. regular /nhp11th1,. ........ .., tern' ........ I1ctaa .to front *ftfcr Ovtl. Air Paled aomdrs. M- Ml will av. a* seesm w Ifs Rheas.4 flow, USAF and.. pee. .
*.. 17-.jJ)( ...A...*. Jr. IS ..4 Ok* Bosttfay Gun Club wCl beheld I ....... This wttt b. OM ,-.1. ,......a.... wave Inds M ...... rum ... .aU.. sad foal owetrigI ..*...*,>n ft* tfc* City of PeTunlakP'

reader-: -r 1ti...... Babes.: Mils.S OrtoSMT 2*. at 6 .*a. .to tfc event to a fvevwr ..:. they here nets a oe.a.ttTbe erne a..n... been) e.-.*.*M....... A ........ Report. I
I....... De asLsk S.AsgR City Hall taco.H1.maay .. .1 beam ........... wits a free. ..*....' Meal QvU AW Psi.els ...**.,*. *... for <.a"i..!*... ... /'le' edwith the IN.aII are 0... K4gn Low lainOctober
a.-.a e..W..e: Doyn. 1Reb ..riw .* beef. to b* awarded _. W beer tIWF buy Seethe Irma. eat .. ",",9 II, .1 trees fort .. nahl; ew the wing 14 6*) 04 USI '

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First United Pentecostal Church, .

....... 902 Orange Avenue ' .
Fatter: Ray White *"it JT,

New Harmony Holiness Church
Pastor. Leo Mizell

Indian Creek Baptist Cburcb: I T
Wilbur Kelly, Pastor '. I ;" :.i

Davis Lane Baptist Church' lit : -
Pastor. Orvts Miller ,/ .
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Santa Rosa Baptist Mission U'r ,Y' f
nev. Marvin Taylor / '
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First Preabyterlaa Church ;--1 ,." r
Circle Drive-'DeFualak. SpaFla
Oayle W. Threlkeld' Minister :
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OUlla Presbyterian Chapel --
Kucheeanna. load 4.
DeFunlak Springs. Fla.Oayle ._ I
W. Threlkeld. Mlnlater $ j4
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Kucfcee V. Preabyterlaa Church '..
rreeport Presbyterian ChurcnGlenOala '
Presbyterian Church 'a, '
Red Bay Presbyterian Church
Jean M. Aah. Minister'

$.*M Agatha'a'Xplaeopal Caatahttev. ....
George Mllam ; t

Tint Methodist Churca. if ''i '
:.',t : lJ
Ctrele Drive, Weetlive. 4-
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Langdon Garrison. r :i .1 '

Wesley Memorial Methodlat . w. ;,
C. C. Colvin ? ;

Winston Jay .

rreeport and Portland '':'"'' ,
Methodlat Church ..' A rr' .r4 -1:
JT. D. BenfroaBruoa t
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Methodlat Chorea 'J
Hurley Guy, Pastor
Ala ua Center ...... MetheaartJ. .
., A..Anthony. Jr. .. .".
Darlington Methodlat Church ,, I
It.". C. C. Colvin 4/ ________
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Ponce de Leon Methodist Church
Rev. C. C. Colvin

DeFunlak Springe First BapUetLlvecak
at Kleventh Street t ;, f ;,3i . ;
W. O. W Wham. Pastor. s I Y
ae> : "it'1 GEw Y Y $7
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East 'U. Church' .' .
Richard illoodworth. Pastor ,-...
BaMwta A...... Baptist Chorea ",' f .S r.
W. Baldwin A...... --
Rev. Wilbur T. Cotton ....101'H..u..Jde K
Another new church! The newspaper article] says Bill's right. When people work together for their :

Olea Baptlat......ChurchRev. the population in Bill's suburban neighborhood is church . when people pray together for guidance v

Gaskln J First Baptlat Church growing BO fast that even more churches will'soon be . it can't help but lead to a greater spirit of tolerance; .

L. O. Johnson, Paator needed. Bill thinks this is just great. fellowship and cooperation in the whole community.

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W. L. Clark Pastor "A community is a better place when there .are In order to play its full part, the Church needs you,

Frlandahlp Baptlat Charah. plenty of churches," he says. "It's good for the children your prayers and your support. In return the Church .

C. Lester Weekly, Pastor and the young people . it's good for everybody! offers you a priceless gift . the Truth that shall

Gaskin South BapUat Church < We all need some sort of anchor for our lives, and the make you free. .,, "

Rev. Tucker Aplla Church is the,best one I know of."

Olendala Baptiet CkAtreh J '
J. B. Birmingham Paator ;' .1

Lima Stone BapUat, Church THE CHURCH fOR ALL. ALL fOR THat CHURCH ." L
nevI Cony Black. Pastor
New Hanncay BaptlatRev. a.nt The Church: ia the greatest factor larlv and support the Church Thy ,',
.,Kenneth KlcklUthtar:"' . on earth lot tha building; of cboraoare: ((1)'For his own _Jut. (2) Fort .... If' ;
.r and food cUiamahip.a storehis children'a aake. (3) For the sake ,
Oak Otvra BvpMat a.... ''''''''' Jitlt. ):.. .houa of spiritual. ..... Without oIl a community and nation. (4)) '. ..
Kenneth Wadle. Pads atronc Church, neither democracy For the aake of the Church Itself "
....... Bapttal Churck .. nor clvillaaUon can ...-vlv.. There which ne da his moral and material _
Charles Karhy. Pastor plw, am. four Bound raaaotta why every 8Uppo Plan to go to church regularly
aloud attend services and read Bible daily. '..
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Pleaaant Grov Baptist Church coptriaM 196 K.......Adt kg s.n.... a.+ t
Rev. Floyd Garrett l-

... Say aa. ., Sunday )lonc.lq.J.Tuaday. Wednesday Thursday. Friday Saturday
Rev. T. R. .Padgettsthwtaa Pfcisish. ....I<-.,,. .' OaneaU Paalma Haggai. HaCKsl John II Corinthian Galatiana '
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Rev. Ivan Martta '

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Robert !Laos. PPaatorr.

......,J...JURev. ....rrssslsDsr .uaMM _- These :Religious Messages Beta PaMMiid. Each, Week in the DeFuniak Herald SP.IISOredb

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Also present were Mrs. Virginia Carnival At prizes will be given
cp. away.
raw Halloween
'I Matthews, Birmingham; O e n e Santa Rosa 4-II Club Met Demonstration
Clark. Home Soon Following the costume
End Elementary contest
Griffin Pell City Mike Johnson
; Agent and Allen Taylor Assistant there will be a parade and
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES and Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Henry] The Santa Rosa Beach 4-H End crowning
County Agent. The We Elementary of the Halloween King and
Johnson, DeFuniak Springs Fla. Ccwnmunity Club
I met Tuesday, Elaine Bishop, annual Halloween Queen whose will
The secretary: School having their names be announced -
Mrs. G. D. McCaghren, Sarasota,]October 13 at
the home
of Gwen-
\ read the minutes to the last meeting carnival Saturday. Octo- ahead of time.
Miss Meredith Camp Fla., Mr. and Mrs. James Itel- dolyn) Holly. clubelected
and called: the roll The by the
at 6 sponsored ,
I ber 24. p.m.
Weds Bradley Robert JohnsonMiss ming Jefferson City, Mo. Mr. I Vice-president Becky Grosh second 4-H Council The p iblic is invited to join
a T. A.There .
and Mrs. Wilburn Pruit, Mrs)|! called tho meeting to order. The delegate from the club Robert P. in the fi n at the West End ele-
John Adams and Miss Patsy Mrs. 4-H Ceremony consisting of the Grosh. will be booths for fun and mentary school October 24, don't
Meredith Louise Camp and thews of Birmingham. William Adams and Mr. and pledges to the American Flag and Record books were given out entertainment where numerous forget the date.
Dradley Robert Johnson were For her daughter's weddingMrs. Mrs. William Adams, and Mr. the 4-H nag were carried outKathy members on various projects.Mrs. .
united in marriage September 12 Camp wore an oriental blue end Mrs. Chas. Zehrung, all of Jones brought the devo- to Clark gave each member a
at 3:30: p.m. In Nowlin Chapelof crepe sheath with matching shoes Ashland Ala. I tlon. This was followed by the Civil Defense Packet to take home
the First Baptist church. nand bone colored accessories Lord's
Prayer. The
group sang an 4-H members
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Johnson wore a rose lace Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H Shultz songs together. so might the read parents up on the latest information Only atCHRISTO'S 3 Days*
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene S. Campof rheath with matching accessories were in Ft. Walton Beach on
i There were 15 at the on what to do If an '
Cadsdcn and the groom is the Both wore a cream: cymbidium business Monday afternoon present' ONLY, ONLY,
meeting Adult leaders should arise.
were: Mrs.C. emergency
son of Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Henry orchid cor.aee.Followlna '
Johnson of DeFuniak Springs the .. I; . n. Grosh. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. The meeting was ajourned and
ceremony a reception holly an Mrs. were served.
Donald C. Blsh- refreshments
Dr. O. A. Davis read the nuptial was held in Fellowship I ,..
vows before a white arch decorated -I Hall. The bride's table was covered : Save! Save; Save!
: with wedding bells and : with white satin and lace
flanked by candelabra entwined over a full net skirt and centered Let us Install your Heating
with greenery and holding lighted with a four-tiered cake decorated
white tapers. A background of with orchids and roses. System NOW Before the

palms gladioli and, tuberoses baskets and filled chrysanthemums with- with The satin serving and table lace and was centered:covered RUSH Starts! I n--------------(Q) lllJ fP (Q) 00 I .t .

on either side of the with a silver bowl filled with I I.OHM HIS COUPON I-
kneeling bench completed the tuberoses and pink radiance roses, I I : PIOMmY r y.r or..e E:> I
netting. On either side three-branched: I II
A program of nuptial music silver candelabra held lighted I It" t t r'' S
was presented by Mrs. M. E. white tapers. The registrationtable I I s 1 ,
who n o I
Stephens organist playedthe 8c
covered with matching ;
was a ?
and traditional Mrs. Joe wedding Morrow marches soloist cloth. AND I % yip r WORTH p I I ; '"'. \, I

Mrs. Glenn McCaghred of Sarasotar SAVE .. .. ...
who sang "O Promise' M.. "En- -.4 pwoIIeM w I ,.,,
Fla.,.aunt of the bride and ........ Q <
treat Me Not To Leave Thee" and : r .
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Mrs. Durwood Archer of Hunts ON LI'
"The Given Lord's in Prayer.marriage" by her vile, cousin of the bride presidedover I c I J' a"'. '- ,,lI'"Ie "",,, r of!-A'Z I
the bride's table Mrs. Rob- -f
father the bride was radiant Ina ert B. Camp, aunt of the bride, I I 'I 't , lt .' :
street-length dress of white satin I j .
accented by a lace jacket of and.Mrf. Jack Laulterrved [fALi! I.. I B ..J 4t .. '\ 'AU1"r" ; 8
imported handclipped Chantillylace Assisting tin serving wereMJsses AIR HEATING 'I .,
scalloped at the w.lstUn.04 / Ruth Wells.. Kay ,,C Awar;. I CLOa0LATg OHIP OOOK'' I ,. r,,. "x .... . ', ..
just above the elbows. Soft folds Donna Johnsont.$arbarw I flanilsrs I 1MW* pEGT WITH AN '. w '"t; 1111! ;
Ind Mrs. Pelham Fowlerttrs. I .iPtksl.laert/
highlighted" the skirt. Her shoul W -
der-length veil of silk illusion I!Registered@Ronald. Matthews the guests.For )of Birmingham. , CAIf"6Itaucfu4A.MlNlMnC I or any Jackson Q I BIG f/X l 14 PORTRAIT
was attached to a crown of seed 49. Package
pearls and she carried a white her wedding trip i the'brIde : 4i LlaUt Om c- T. A ,
wore a navy blue sllk. ahantun Four I ra"t''' .
orchid showered with tuberoses flavors
WINTE. *MR Offer spin* D.e..1 tlal
and satin ribbon. Milt with matching: accessories and Orocvri You au\b0rbe4 ...-
Miss Anita Camp. attended.her, the orchid from sister as maid of honor. Bridesmaids The couple will/ rulde'a4| $2 Oatmeal rprMntUvo will redeem
were Miss. Virginia Wiggins SCtluAvenue Bajth' Birmingham I . I_._eii... ,..", ... rltt bleat. tl>u coupon for So pnnoida4 ba .
and Miss Charlotte Beard. : Out-of-town J tjuesU: {include* taataawai. tsr. hi..lsd teal tsvlofi Chocalmons I O compiled you and U with>* euMomcr'he.....* ofttita I II
They wore identically ftylad' Mr.and Mrs R D. Archer-Mr. offer Proof of pur- fist M..II. ..W"II/ tCkrst
.. @ mancton* 40apekCM
gowns of mystic blue peau d. and Mrs Pelham Fowler William .t laity, safety. iMlsOrfCSTNUTEEASY" Lemon Jumble ebMM. Oft eo...... coupon. I Photo*)re,her Will ie At
solo made with basque bodices, Archer, Huntsville; MIr and Mrs NB TERMSPe Peanut Butter pr*.*nttf mud.....ww.. sow Q I
bateau necklines) and full skirts. Hilton Burroughs, Collins Mo.: \ and Honey I s dot honor red a m p t Loa CHRISTO'SMon. \

Their headpieces were' large Mr. and Mrs. 7pm Bradford.Mr I 0Mb through redempUGla outdd. tales.genet.of., 4iQ I ., Tues. and Wed., Octo. 26, 27, 28
matching bows and their bouquets and Mrs. Cecil)Bradford. J. F L -
were of white daisies,and T QmPsn.: Altoona; ; Mary AAn cott Plumbing: & I U Q'poD.11I...I-aoa..rt C.rtdat.w.MIPS. .... .C.. DeFnnlak Springs, Fla. '

tuberoses. Nations.' Rex Jqhnson, Jefferson ... .
I Richard Johnson served his City *. &>.; Col.!and, Mrs.A..,Car t: Heating Co. LIMIT- One Per Subject Two Per Family
brother as best man. Ushers were Bartling. ,Miss' Jane BarUlng.Mr. l QJ '! J I .Each Additional Subject.$3.95: I
Phone TW 4'2501
Hex Johnson and Mike Johnson and Mrs. Shllea,McCordj Weberd IMrr.flMteee I
brothers of the groom; Gene Griffin Johnson, Jacksonville; Robert Devleux. .
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findings to th n---h; l r
really is a favored area In a lot of 'ways i Niceville Are Site Okaloosa and Walton counties.As zatlons which have also recommended : board. j
THE DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined Nlcevlle site as being
We are high enough that there can be no a result of this situs ton. civic the for the permanent Sine no funds will be avail
Heartily EndorsedElected leaders in the NicevilleValparaisoarea best able for construction purposes
with TilE BREEZE conceivable danger of flooding in of the college are Included un-
as some spearheaded by the Chamberof location till after the 1063 session of the
Derlmlak Springs FloridaPubllah.d parts of Louisiana and our east-west coastline public bodies civic organizations Commerce under the leadership the following.NicevilleValparaiso. state legislature appropriates
Every Thursday at is safe from the severe erosion' that and Interested business of John Oerting Jr., president, instituted City of Valparaiso Chamber; funds for the phrpose there is no
and civic leaders throughout a drive to secure an ap- cf Commerce urgency In the selection of the
DeFunlak Spring, Florida has caused so much damage to the eastern northern Okaloota and Walton provable site in the Niceville: area. planning boards of both Nicevilleand permanent site.
Completely Coven Walton County Trading ATM coast of Florida. The federal government is counties have Joined with similar Two new sites have been offered Valparaiso; Niceville-Valpar- -okaloosa News-Journal
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico sending $10,000,000 or so to help out on that group in Niceville and Valparaisoto both of which could: be served OSlO Civltan Crestview Rotary city and council.Lions
have a newly offered site in with all necessary city utility services clubs; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford of Bonl-
Second-Class Postage Paid coaast, with quite a few residences and places Niceville proved ai the permanent and police and fire protec- Crestview Pilot Club. Numerous fay. has as their dinner guest
H. C. STORRS, Publisher 1824-1003 of business badly damaged. We believe I site for the Oltaloo -Walton tion. One site particularly, in <. other organizations are planning Miss Gladys Rogers. Other relatives -
HOWARD STORKS Editor Publisher there is no safer place in Florida during ,the Junior college highly protected and desirable similar action at their next regular attending were Mrs. Nellie
Out of 17 ,sites previously offered section of the Elgin Reservation meeting. O'RIddon of Ft. Pierce Fla. Mr.
SUBSCRIPTION: season of tropical storms than right here for consideration the per- which also abuts on the city Copies of the resolutions are end Mrs. J. W. Rogers of Miami
Walton and Adjoining CounUs$3.OO Per Yea In Walton county. manent site survey team from the limits of Niceville on one side being sent to the Okaloosa county Mr. R. T. 'Rogers of Nashville
Other MJM) Per Yea .-oOo state department of education approved is deemed especially suitable and school board whlchwUl.makethe the Tenn., 'Mr.' 'Roger Wood also of
only one.'and that subject' desirable as a college site. final determination on Nashville,and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
High Honor for Cong. Sikes I to several eoncIS tlons. This site has been given the Okalooea county school board' Davis of 'Andalusia. Ala., and
Where Were They When Needed? The Reserve Officers Association of the' was.approved' because immediate and almost unanimous which will make the final determination Mr. and 'Mrs ,John McNaNbb of
Where It in and organizations on the site, the state department -
were they? was the opinion of the sun tupport: of residents Tallahassee.
United States will confer on Cong. Bob Sikes northern of education: the state
As very team "the closest throughout the
every person in Suwanee county a place in the Nation's "Minute Man Hall I able site to Nicevlle which approv-has portion of Okaloosa county most survey team the Walton county
knows this community has been the victumof of Fame," an honor previously conferred I already I been described. as the f Waltn county. school board and the Nlceville- COMPLETE LINE
unwarranted unthinking and unfeeling only on Former President Truman and a I center.of this population area." This site has been endorsed by Valparaiso Chamber of Com- ZENITH HEARING AIDS
I The apprcwed'alte is more than the board of county commissioners merce. AND BATTERIES. TO FIT
between the races during recent select few high ranking military officers. 10 miles southwest of NicevlUe. and the county school board of The state survey team has indicated ALL MODEL (HEARING I
months. Cong. Sikes will respond with the principal which entails'an additional travel Walton county. and more than IS it will return to the coun- AIDS
of more than i of the county, ty as soon as possible to survey
We have seen agitators come into our address of the occasion, the honor to be be-I the many students miles from dally northern for civic Among organziatlons Okaloosa county organ- the new sites offered in the Nice- KING'S REXALL STORE ,

community to insult and inflame. Several stowed upon him at the 42nd anniversary -- I vUle area and will submit its

unfortunate instances have seen violence banquet at Omshaa, Neb.
averted only by cool heads on the part of --
the law officials and the good people of Rear Admiral Edgar U. Reeder a mem- I
both races in Live Oak. ber of the selection committee, said: "Con- 24 Hour

gressman Sikes is in a sense the living em-
Daily from the papers we read of the agitators LI
bodiment of the nation's Citizen-Soldier
pouring into our cities, engineeringstrife
where there is none. Ignorant and to- dition. DEPOSIT SERVICE

tally imbecile? trained agitators prey upon "In a rare demonstration of its meaning; c

the colored people and seek to threaten officials Bob Sikes has followed three careers-that I

and the people. of a Citizen, 'of a member of the' National 4

But they do this in the name that they Congress, and of a '''Reserve Officer. Each :,NIGHT DEPOSITORY

are helping. has enriched and made more effective his
Well, the big question in Live Oak today careers In the other two roles." ", Use* our convenient envelope) drop.

is: Where Are They? I a s .
Rep. Sikes is a Major General in the Ar- ,No key is necessary Deposit supplies t
Today a large part of the colored population -

of this city is homeless hungry, poorly my be''Reserve elevated, and to command In November the special is expectedto CapItol -!, 'are' furnished and your receipt will

clothed miserable and flooded out by the
Reserve unit. Said Col. JohnT. be mailed the
Hill Army ; day.BANKBYMAIL .
terrible storm of the past week. !
National Director of the Asosci-{
Where is the NAACP, where is'CORE. the
Student Non-Violent Coordinating Com- ation: "Bob Sikes has done as much as any
during his past twenty "''
In Congress
mittee, the Urban League SNICK and .the "ulr NATIONALBIBLE
multitude of other organizations that infest years to encourage, strengthen and make Ask] *us for free bank-by-mail envelopes. WEEK

this land? more ,effective the nation's reserve forces. ,Every mail box is a teller's window. OCT. 19-25
His'example has been an inspiration to all
can't find them. "
And who did the colored people of r8uA reserves and regulars alike. '
1 ;
wanee county turn to? As in all times past oOo THIS ADVERTISEMENT PUBLISHED IN COOPERATION

they turned to their fellow citizens !both Closer to the Walfare StateU. ;CAWTHON STATE BANK WITH THE LAYMEN'S NATIONAL COMMITTEE.! ., ..
black and white. S. News and World Report has published
' And we aided each other. a chart that every taxpayer might DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLA.

Had it not been for immediate assistance well study. It shows the incredible growthof Member THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKMember

from, the Red Cross and Salvation Army, the federal subsidies to state and local gov 'I Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
people\ of Live' Oak would have shared what ernments.In ]Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

'little was left. 1054 this spending totalled $2.7 bil ,

'There was no racial strife and unrest here lion. The figure. for the current year is 10.2 ,f. .
i last week. Just folk who have ,for years billion. Next year, according to official estimates '.

lived and worked in harmony determined to it wll reach $10.0 billon. o

let their faith in God, sympathy and under- A very large part of this goes for a long w

atoning, guide their efforts to bring peace, list of aid and welfare projects, along with

safety and normalcy to a bittered and flooded such innovations as federally-financed slum Chevrolet L

community. clearance and housing developments. And,,

Hut COKE and NAACP have aided neither. staggering as the dollar figures are they :

They art not to be found. Their,leaders can't tell the worst part of the story. That .-

are' doing nothing. They do not.seeminglyfind part lies in the steady erosion of state and .

it to their liking to'help' r(their colored local rights, abligatlons. and responsibilities.At I "

brethren when a disaster like this strikes. the rate we are are now gong, it won't I 9.., ..t' ,

They would rather spend ther time ranting be very long until non-federal governmentswill t"" ...... . >" "
and raving, rioting and looting, agitating be little more than meaningless names. }

and causing strife and turmoil. We may be closer to Welfare State thana

They'll be back. On this you can bet. great many people realize. And unless

We would hope that when they do, the the trend is somehow checked, the ultimate

colored people of this community will ask effect on the American people, as well as the

them a simple question. American pocketbook. may well be disaas-
"Where Were You When You Were trous.

Needed/*-Suwunnce Democrat.oOo .---oOo
The Lonely Fisherman ci
Capitalize Versus Communism
It's pretty bad when a person can't i
Russian hopes of soon overtaking the
United States economically received little If get anybody to go fishing with him and F.::. f
has to go by himself, but that
was our sit-
from the Soviet
any encouragement economy' -
performance,, during' the first half of uation last Thursday. We asked friends- togo i Lit
and might. have .
got somebody if it hadn't
19&J, writes Harry Schwartz in the New : :
leaked out during' the discussion :.
of the
York Times He observes that the outstanding
that we were going to the ,
fact to from the official Soviet Gulf instead of
emerge to the river. That ruins everything. It finally : .'". .. .
Union report on economic performance during turned out we had to go' completely- .) ..,;..,:.).). .
January through June was that the t
much publicixed slowdown of Soviet ...,..- unaccompanied and there we were with not rt
another person In sight along several! miles 1
nomic growth was 'continuing in many ar
of Gulf beach that we could sre. It's one
eas. of the nice times of the
lie gives a long list of figures to support year on our beaches Workp
but not many people' visit them this time
this summary. In various important areas
of the
of production Soviet output 'has actually

dropped; In others, the growth' ,baa.been at -oOo j
a lower rate than In 1966V All'\'in,all., with Shall I compare thr to a summer's day? JelJJ.
Thou art more lovely and more temperate iff two kinds
: .s
few exceptions, the Soviet;.Bsaomy seems of picfrupsshew
Rough winds do shake the darling buds TriIII ne.'I''.. :

to In be this going connection ahead at a It snail's is iaft*.*-. *-Jn'to'. recall of May PI- ... ( aho handy St.'. .... Pickup wHhlah ". ...... ha- ... j} ..
And .. ..
summer's lease bath all too short a I, .... aajd roar .....n. There 6
a much publicised fear of,,a>yearer so date: } are $&- or 8-ft. heeSes, ptut's. .

ago that the Russians might ..owrtaklnaua Sometimes too hot the rye of heaven shines "it 11111"ii. ... .1.... .f heavy wood planklnc. with. hi v.
4eiiclh. .
In the vitua! field of .lectrlepaweripro-i r .. skis d
And often Is his gold- complexion tiimmAl; ,srIPS.T:+U..awr.wbh.. .
duction and use but this .has. net turned out wtt.Ywm '
And every fair from fair sometimes declines
to be true, either. In the first *half of-this Ry chance or nature's changing courae untrimm'd -, _asp lU Iwiip..iMt. .. i..... s.......... and self,adjusting' mzIr r .
year, U. S. power output was well over twice r
t that of the Soviets 475.3 billion kilowatt ; ...... CfcMh ..! a Chewy pickup for your kind of job.Tilepheoi i 1
But eternal .
thy summer shall not fade, r ,.
'hours as against 223 billion. Nor lose possession of that fair thou yeer Chevrolet dealer ahe.t
owvt: may ty*% of le...
Economically, capitalism is defeating com-
F j ? Nor shall Death brmk thou wander'st in his .
miinlsm 1 hands! doGn.'r .

:; --. ---uOo When eternal Unea to time thou groWst:, .Ri., Chevrolet
.J 'recent hurricane which .
r "t.\\: ,?b. season-' Compggj
So long as men can breath, or eye can .... _
,. "!i, i, past- for this year-provides an- So lone Urea. this and this give life to thee. i
",' ,..,, r that our part of the state WHHam Shakespeare TiliaV J.I'II. ..' ..... DeFu..1c Sp, ..., wrrv TW+-257IVOLmfE .

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DATE KAMX1M3 AJL.R.-rIJIO O.PLClt8 CHAROKS AT TliCB OF ARREST .OT.TIUAI.w19 .DIFOSmON" OP CABS one bedroom private bath private -I Furnished and unfurnished apts.

May 13 CM June: A-4J* Lee Dart Baldwin. Dtp. BherUtBaldwin. Failure to atop at atop daft (rtnklnci 5314 Not s-ullty bath entrance. Gas heat and jI Palmer-Colleges Apt. See Mrs. O.If. .

Juno S3 Frank!; KellyJan. Dp. BherUt Drunk ...... Molla Froa. I gas stove. Reasonably priced. Ph.j I Wesley Apt. 3. Phone T\V I
.M3 A-' Tw.6.4021. lOtfchg j 6.3686. 10:1,8,15,22pd:

194 O. Fhnbrtek FlneUa County 8. O. Wortnleas Check S44 Hoi proa not tryabl In county court

Jan. WM Austin. Jonee Ca.waU. Dep. SherirfBaldwin. Drunk -0-11.96 Holla Froa.
A.Feb. '
.! Gertrude CHARTER NO. 7404
Bradley Dep. Sheriff Disorderly Conduct (Drtnklnc) ..4 $2S 00 or 30 days.

Mar. 25 WM Oeorf A-' W. ADd_ Anderaon. Bbertn.,." Drunk etietratine Not ptw. DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA AT THE

Apr.WM a? A-John f A. Pryor Revpreaa. Drp- Shirt Dteorderly Conduct-drtnklnc ..1341 Hot proa.3SOO CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON OCTOBER t, 1984 PUBLISHED IN

May } Oertrude
Bradley Baldwin. Dip Sheriff Drinking FrofanltyHo 0.11444B.Idan. or. ...d....
34 Cp Oertrud Bradley Dip Sherlft. Valid Driven LIe. ,. ........ 3SOO or ao ...... ,
ASSETS Dollar. Ct.

IS Leon Richard Alford. Dep. Sheriff Drunk -.. J 0044R..pra. Hoi preeofneer...... ..-.......

Oct. 25 OOlfnnJack.oo Cash balances with other bank, and cash Items in
Dep. SherlfrReepreea. Drunk I 0.041 tas OO eaen VMK ....
WK1M3 '. .4 .,;; process: of collection 1083865.03

Oct. U Fffle JackaonWF 4.-: ..: ; . United States Government obligations, direct and
Dep. Sheriff Drunk .... MS.00 raaah bond oat
..i. ,J ri. guaranteed (Net of any reserves) 2,225,030.44ObligaUoni
HOT. 4 Jerry L. Wolfe Caawell. Dep. SheriffMilee. Wort him check e-u-M Make reetltwtton of ....1. and pay of States and political subdivisions (Net

Hbv.34 Tommy Lock Conat.Mllea. H. D. L. ',4. -.a..... MOO or..aetee. VDL.3 snontha.Mubject of any reserves) 6'72.703.83Oth.r
WM A-1a bonds notes and debentures (including
Dee. lIWM 12 Dou.trlWOOD A-33 OonatBaldwin. D. W. X.Dtaorderty. .naoo wh. Need. ..__.... 9230,009.18 securities of Federal agencies and

e Aas -f HasanCM Dep. SheriffRlchardeon. ConductDteardarlr ....... Hot I'\&a.... corporations not guaranteed by U. S.) (Net of

L J. Henry Drp. Sheriff Conduct.. N-IN1 e.S 00 or s of any reserves) 250OOlUB
1004 CM A-47 ,. Loans and discounts' (Net of any reserves) 2.185.491

Mar. 3 Oeorg* O. MeOowanWM 1Icbar.sDrp.: Sheriff 5.aavlag .Mortg.g.d 4+4.0 tl ......... .Mea PrO.NotaP.o..c.. Fix ad opts 57,538.35
Other awls 7,540.22Total :
6 LLester Baker Hamilton Co. Bherlfta Off. .. Board BUI ......5.1HSlprt ".'-p1A'_.... .____

Apr. 9 WP Cynthia A-3S Lout"Aabwrat tck. FRPKllpatrlck. No ValidDrl..r, U*. ........ Hubjecv.. .VDI. -,,.aaa ....... ......t8 6482177.01

1. Haael L. RaUett FHFOrlfftn. N V D, L "....... Nol pros, Subject pas VOL. LIABILITIES
WP Ads Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and

May IS WM: -a3JUebard''oa.... FHFarUfln. op.rrt-M Uo. 'VsbIQ. without 0.544 ...! .. wr 90,. e.,.- corporations 2.834,266

IS WM Burrua Richard Johnaon FRFn D. W. : .. .sd1 IMOO or :30 daya.I Time aod.w.iags deposits of Individuals partner-

Juno 8 Hubert MorrlaonWM ria.e. Dep. Shertff Drunk -..... I SSI 00 of United States Government 50,554.37Depsita

14 Samuel Snail Baldwin. Dep. Sheriff W. . au..eo.p. N._. 91160540 ...'pays 1110. of States and political subdivisions 369,130,44
CM A-' .
,)0 ......
Juan. -........ Certified and efOcviV checks, etc. :21,97903
17 WM Dewey A-? Tnamea ... Sheriff Drunk ., ...... $3596 96414L01110014m Total Dapwita fS.7DO.OOfl! W

as Harold A-3S Lloyd BrownJuly Ortfln.aPEPD.iring.wl3.1.l.d. ...ald t' ''''. ...... ---.... Total demand deposits $3.100.43302
Hub Total Urn.aad savings deposits $2.060.034
T WM AfT Morrlaon IU......... Dep. ISIMdf 1--- .' ;t:A Ie t + .r.. 05196 w 96- w$35.96w9dy. Other IlaUUtiew 209,506.65
Inea MorrlaonWF Ucnardaon. Dap. ananrtFarrlor. Drtruk t '!!' ,, 5441. .. _
." 9,813,61
15 Daael Oene Little FHFBaldwin. 1f "Y"T2 L 0.541 $3496 .....SrS.aslMot. Total Liabilities .
"'"r 29 Dorothy. Wllaon Scott Dep. Sheriff Worthies cb.ok ...... ILm.rr41 SIf1.......
CF A-' Common .
as John A-43 Wallace DaaneaUWM Orlffln. FHFOrtmn. N D u- tir4M/ $30596 ..........t ... Total par.-Ne 50.000.00

30 Fannie Joye Alt FRP 0.-- IIV. wl..-..'...... -d. ,+; +t/rwll $3696 rotor .&. SutBlus 150000.00
WF A-31 '. .... Undivided' profitsRaatrve 287.683.40
., 30 Thomaa Xucene HawkWM Orlfna.'VHFMeOutre. Valawhal Sp.d 1..M1 $31.96 a.b ,ba.d ... 25000.00
....j. Auc. I nad Chart WhIUey FHF 110 b1.. U- ' I: dMM 035.96 -.6.t Mr .aa5.
HM A-39 .
.' WM 7 Harold Foreman' Oanrell.. Dap W. C. 45.4 ..... ....-............- T.. ..6 Total Capital..Aoeounta a 12.413.40

a Robert Scoorteld Dep. I Bnarlff Drunk .. ,......... $3596 ... .4.314 Total LIabUttlo.nd Capital Accounts .,3.1770l

WMCarl WI'con Brown OaewaO., Dep.\ SkerUTCaewell. Drunk : .......... 961.96 w-30 ..,.. I. loads r. Cawthon Jr.. Cashier of th. above-named bank do

IS Darwin A. Tucker Dep. Snertff' Public Drueta.a. ,:. ....... $3196 wit" 06d ......... hemby declare) that this report of condition Is true and correct to
WM A-f knowledge and belief.
of my
104Auc. ao Annie Cook Watford. art,.... F!FOrima. V. a. 4 .. .....1.... $3196 __ ,bald...... Lewis F. Cawthon. Jr.

WP A-2T .........' PIlI' I..p. Len T1r. :....... $3196 ...... two _.. We. .the undersigned directors attest tha correctness of this
2O Raymond M. K. 4Mto declare that. It has been examined by ua
WM A-M ... ape.-.u..c ....... ........ + 041.4lip.ekk. 1uk/.o1 5 'nL. .,... ...... 1"" of condition and correct.
21 Ronald Ralph Smith Drt9. .... and to the beet of our knowledge' < anti belief ,Is true
31 WM Robert A-37 La Herring R PKFBaldwin. II V D L ,,.0414 IU" ...... t..d IM.I_. 496 ....... Henry Elliot, Jr.. W O. Campbell E. L. !Itugglns. Directors

WM A-31: ,"nortffKeOulre. V. S. 4....... $3196 c.ab bond ou.a6.4..3i .
. 23 Jamea Hubert Fletcher -

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A-3 I' Y D L .0944 $31.96 ..... ked .1N.4.w
F.FKllpatrlck. (
23 Robert Blalock .'
. WM A-2. FHFAnderaon. N Y D L = ..;' ;b .14404'4 96 ....... .... 055 fine
23 Jerry Hush WTncard .I ',",. . Sees our
WM A-' Dao d.rll Oa u.t M........ 3196 ..d1 both ...........
34 WUIard HowUnWM .
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Non Support o.rttll": : : Selection of
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S Edwin A. Meben. Jr. Dep.
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Homer I... Jones Joins school principal six of them, tit lie is the son of the late Mr. catlonal fraternities. A NEW toe POP A New eABIONESV I
Collier Co. School System Urooksvllle, and, served as Charlotte end Mrs. Horace E.; Jones. of Lib- He has been a contribute" to
county superintendent of erty. the American School Board Journal County Agent's Notes '
f'' Homer L* Jones formerly of schools 1953-61. He has been I To is a past preside! i I. of the and a member of "Who' Who
Walton county a former county teaching mathematics In the Punta G rda Lions Club past ) in American Education.".
superintendent of school In Charlotte county school system grand m i-u-r! In the IOOF, and Oscar Harrison SAFE :
Charlotte county has Jou:ort the since completing his second term a member ot a number of edasnores. Aichor Club }Met
Collier' ..........'..'......'
i, rupcrvlsory" staff in the a* In Tallahassee SaturdayThe
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... ..-+W
j county school system: and wIll' summer he bttendcd a Student Union --- DRIVEE3S L I
h.. in charge of Instructional materials National 1 Science Foundation Florida State BUildlne'l
.ndreseu In this position, Jones will give lin and Marshall College in Lnu-\ Saturday. October 17. 1964 for
Attention to textbooks, attendance: caster, Pa. r the Anchor Regional Meeting I Walton County Board of CommMcionora Vo f>orotlnajI '
rt port Inc. National Defense Education -\ Jones Is married and has four I This was for Anchor Club members SAVE
Act III NDEA V, audiovisual children, three daughters and a, and their sponsors throughout -' 1

.. education Hnbrary, and doC son. Two are graduates of Yt.1daf :< Northwest Florida. I COTTON DAMAGE I I ot small grains for winter araz-I .....................
research work (In each of the] > University ono a graduate Anchor Clubs are an International -* who had their cotton ing. Seminole Is an '
fields. of the University of South organization of unmarriedgirls Farmers
1 for Plant
early grazing.
The new department dead has Ida and the fourth a from the Sophomore, Junior': injured by 2.4-D this past summer bushels of reed and apply 400 to I
until notified by
,.1. had 13 years experience a* lilsjh the University' : of Florida. Jnor-I and Senior classes of high school: should wait
for 600 sounds; of seed per acre for
office when to apply insurance
---------------- J They are sponsored by the Pilot this I . on car -
best grazing.
will be
j FREE! damaesu One application
sstermrEEa s ust __ Clubs In their local communitiesand with an*//mu plan that
When varieties Include
made up and sent through. Mid-season of oats -
similar in organizationand
Men's Matched'SLACKS ideals are to the Key Clubs for all the necessary information required Floriland. Radar. Radar 2, **/* your' rates by your
and boys. by the government is sup- and Suregrain. Red Rust prof 14 driving record. See me
all other applications Is good late oat.
Attendng this Important meetIng plied then a soon:
SHIRT SET from the Anchor Club of Wal- .vlll. be made along the same line Florida Black. Gator and
r WITH rUHCHASIOf ton high school were Pres. Brer.da with the same information.In Wren's Abruzzl are the best adap- Norm Weiss

1't e x 1 1 ANY NIW Jones Linda PaPul., Jeffrey Ann the meantime each farmer ted ryes for grazing. Up to 2 Pridgen Bldg.
1J'l 0't' la Owen an dthe Pilot Sponsor Mrs should secure his 1961. 1962 and bushels of seed per acre give beat OJ
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has poured millions into Florida'sHOLLAND economy to match the "Klond ks' Black. Sn
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Space Science Committee, whose prime responsibility ,
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resident of Florida shares in the benefits
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I' SOCIAI( ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs. Bill King. Free. ;_ : -.. >.
fort Road this city announce the :
marriage of their daughter Dor- ,_ g:: ., -
othy Jean to Bobby Lee Edge -
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Edge
of West Highway 90.)

The wedding took place Sund-
day, October 18 .t l.-OO p.m. at 1VED.THURS.F1U.7'1c .
Indian Creek Baptist church with ....
r Rev. Glen Spence performing the .. ...
ceremony i :;.1_
t} The bride wore a street-length "It '- __

white dress of shantung with VS-'Vr. '

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A short reception was held for
the couple Immediately after the' ROKKTSGHSATURDAY COLOR
home of the''' t'
wedding at the --- .
bride's sister and " '' '
Announced \'
brothf'r.ln-l.w'l Engagement .
Mr. and Mrs. W. ,,, ".fi.h.
West Highway 00. Friends and ':
'.ng.gvrnent .. '
? MI relatives attended. I The RoxyannaXing i f > DOUIU.K: KKATURK8UN.MON..TUKS.
to.James Reeca Porter' son
Walton '
Mrs. Edge Is a senior at:
of Mr.. and Mrs C. A Porter of :
currently '
assigned high. to Mr.Ft.Edge Dra< the bride-elect's mother Mrs. lie holds the rank of SP4 with
r: . the Army Special Forces, and John B. King of Crescent: City. Lngazemcnt Announced ,
Just recently returned home from I Miss Icing was graduated from
a tour of duty In Viet Nam, After -!i Crescent City high( school and
a short wedding trip the, St. Johns River Junior Collon* Mr. and Mrs. M Strickland of They. plan to visit the ..her 'i y.ifJ couple will make their horn In In: ;Patalka. She is a senior at 212 N nth street. announce the father In Bogota, Colombia, and
North Carolina.'edding Florida Southern College major engagement and forthcoming marriage on their return will live In Tallahassee :
ing,In English. of their daughter :Mary where ha will attend FSU r
The bride-elect Is secretary ol Ann. to Nick Davis son of NedDavis and she will attend Alice'. Beauty .
Plans AnnouncedThe PI Delta Epsilon national honorary -,
Miami Beach financier a College. .KMhs.
journalism fraternity ties.surer former resident If this place The wedding will bean event' L4r
wedding of Miss Cynthia of Sigma. Sigma<< Sigma social A-IC Ed N. Davis III. la stationed of October 25 at 3 pjn. In the
Flow daughter of Mr. andlIrs'l, I sorority and holds membershipIn at Eglln: Field and he la First Methodist church' with th.n.v. .
Howard C Flow of the Girl's Choir and Student Vann
scheduled for discharge next June Harbison performingthe
Taylor Florida Education Association. .'r Km ,,..
and William
Springs when he and his bride plan to, services No Invitation an
Smith son of Mr. and Mrs. JulianC. I' Formerly of DeFUniak Springs take a delayed honeymoon tripto being sent, but all relatives and .... IMIWWIIA Y'CIWIEY
Smith of Tallahassee wUl take Porter was graduated from Walton Central and South America, frlcnda are cordially invited rr e
place at 4 P.M. October 24 at county high school where he -vii=__ b .
,._ the First Methodist church In .De- was a varsity football player. He POINT WASHINGTON Mrs. Mel Cameron has ,returned ...
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I Funiak Springs Rev. William O.I attended the University. of Florida AND TIIK: IIKACIIKS; to her horn in Gulf llre.. after 1-1.US ---
I Engagement AnnouncedMr. Powell of Macon. Ga.. and Rev.! and Is now stationed at Ft. Jackson spending the past two weeks with
I John M. Dlck.on.Jr.. of Okeecbo-i I S. C. with the United States Mr. and Mrs Fred Brett and her axt-In-law and daughter Mr
tee. Fla.. uncle of the bride will Army Reserves. sons, Bryan and Gary tif Carra- and Mr. R. O. Bailsman.Birthday .
: and Mrs. Robert Oscar tol and the late Mrs. Bristol of perform the ceremony. I I| Wedding plans have not been belle, were the Saturday. guests of : : : ::
:rage Jr.. of Opp. Ala.. announce San Antonio and the late Mr. Th bride-elect will be given( In announced.' her father and Mrs. Iltirlliun. CelefcratUnThes I I11tIIJUClll.IS'
the engagement of their daughter, and Mrs. William Taylor Carver marriage by her father. Miss I Mrs Molly McOc. Mrs Villa horn of Mr. and 1\lra. W. "...\ ". ''Ult;
Joan to L. George Allen Carver of Romee Ga Shirley Wise of Macon. Ca. cousin Cox and Mrs. Mary Urvins all of A. J loll.) was the coons of a gay. MM rn eNW
Jr., U.S. Army son of MaJ. Gen. He attended Tulane University of the bride, will be maid of Green Thumb Club Met.With Seagrove Reach formal l a ron- family! gathering Sunday October
and Mrs. George Allen Carver prior to entering the United States honor. Miss Virginia Lee Mr*. Eric: Alien genial party shopping In Panama II in when" Mrs Honey entertained
of Birmingham. Military Academy at West Point Icy' of Atlanta Gas n.nnel-I! City Saturday. October lOlh. In honor of her husband's
Miss Page attended Auburn where he graduated in June. He Davis of McDonough. ,' .' The October business meetingof Mrs Dick: Caldwell of Thomasvllle. birthday. The bountiful dinnerwas : .
University and U the granddaughter Is now undergoing Ranger trainIng Diane Smith of Balnbxige. Ga, the Green Thumb Garden Club Cl., who spent last weekIn served on picnic tabl. outside
of Walter Stendil McDDuffla at Ft. Bennlng. Mr*. John W. Morgan Ill and of Santa Rosa Beach was held In DeKunlak Spring with her and these enjoying tots dellghtfu
and the late Mrs., McDuffie of Teh wedding will be December Mrs. William A. Joyce. of Tallahassee the home of Mrs. Eric Allen Jr. grandmother visited with her tx-casloit were: Mr. and Mr*. W. .
Samson and Mr.. and Mrs. Robert 13. at the First Baptist church In will be attendants Miss Lois 1\1 a.on.. Vice-president father Mr. W It I| )bbs and A. 1I0U." and their children and tl *mMs!.MHRRH VS IM P*
Oscar Page of Opp. Opp.Miss Diane Smith will serve h s presided.The Aunt Manly !Hatch Tuesday evening grandchildren Mr and Mr, lludUy .
Lt. Carver Is the,, grandson of Uf1\ I Page is the niece I of SherI brother as best man. Usher- members most regretfully<< | llolley. and' children Cynthiaend
Col. Matt Combes Cavendish Bris- I and Mrs. Howard Anderson. Groomsman will be John Davisof accepted the resignation. of the''I| Mr. and Mrs. Gone Inflnger Richard and Mr. and Mr*. N+
McDonough. Ga. Clark Wal President Mrs. Vincent Germane ; were hosts Sunday October II Charles Kay and ben. Gilbert oNlcevllle
Saturday 60h! Anniversary WALTON MENUS. OCT. 21.30 ker. Murray Wadsworth William A nominating committee was Ic) her brothers, Mr and Mrs Mr. Matll Hell Butler 7".
Celebration For The King Rpvloll with meatsauce A Joyce. Robert Davis and John appointed for the selection of a ,i Chester Carter and children of ami children N..... Iteglna slut -
Monday: W. Morgan Ill of Tallahassee, president to fill this vacancy | Panama City and Mr. O IXHI Tervsaa, also Mr. and Mrs. A. Hllulle .. ,
Mr and Mrs. J. V King extenda hamburgers and potato John Pat Marshall of Boca Raton Mrs. TThurber Phillips offered Carter of IViiMcola.! the occasion & >', and Mr. Randy llolley
warm welcome to their friends sticks, green beans, peaches, cake and Skip Mr. and Mr. Pet ..
I Fla, Jim Richardson congratulation from the members" 1 Acing In honor nf their birthdays, and children
and relatives! to 'Jo n them Saturday with chocolate icing rolls ham, milk.and l.ampe of Jacksonville Fla, Tony to Mrs. line!: Allen Jr. upon her,I both the brother having October II Al|>au.h. Mr. out Mr*. Freddie'' .cas...
October 24th, between the Tuesday: Hot dogs, Amos of Atlanta and Ray Kunser recent election to the office of' birthdays. Bert McDonald and two daughter ... wlAuIeWU. II
hours of 2 and 5 p.m. for a reception cheese sandwiches potatoes auKrautln. of Birmingham. director of District, I of the FlorIda I, Mr, and M.... Tiny tlurtUonsprat and lt.v. and Mr*. Claude 1 losAtM, tsrw0;;'..ffNAYIdAN'es *
In celebration of their English peas apple rc>b- ,
all ofpanaiiia
Federation rat Oarrien Ctutm. I Sunday Ori a.rr llth In MrdUL and th> daughters
sixtieth..wedrflnt anniversary. tier rhee*. strips, milk, ; FroNptlal. Parties f Plans were discussed for the. Panama City to help celebrate the CUyj .1 r. Calvin' alley/ -.Clip IlCNIIrl A p..C I'II8K' nN
The reception' will be held In Wednesday: Fish squares, hamburgers Mr and Mrs. Julian C. Smith Club's annual Thrift Shop which flSth' blrthar of her mother Mrs.Motell :. and son. Wayne of Nlcevllle./ Mr.!r l JlQI8t."FAp11 WAMLI 11MRC'
their home at 107 West Main barbecue beans, orange< I. of the groom will honor will .be held In November Ilullard and. Mr. J. C. Cuchlna and --- -
Street. pineapple coconut and marshmallow affianced couple at a buffet New Ideas about getting library, Mr. .and Mr. Van flees Duller and Mrs. Jack Cushy of .*.. .Mr'j
salad spinach rolls, and at the DeFunlak Spring I material tn Garden Club m".j I and children of CJulf Hreer. and ington and Mr and Mr.
Mrs Hays Parton. Miss Laurlt"e milk. Club following the wedding -, hen were prevented. by Mrs I Mr. and Mr*. tlobrrt+ lounger of IJndMry of Elba: Ala
Barton and Quinn Barton Thursday Turkey and dumplings Country rehearsal. I I I Houston Lucia Club Librarian. i "Panama City. were the weekend honor with Mr .IU4l. .llhartnll''
spent Sunday In Tallahassee hot dogs frozen butter- On Friday 23rd Mrs WalterjDannelley. I )Horticulture' plans for the ;year Nests of their parent. The Van Mr. A. H llolley and
-- i beans, candled sweet potatoes Mrs. Howard Anderson I Include plantings In home grd.nato flutters at Graytnn Iteach 'Alaugh who also have October
FOR RENT: UNFURNISHED' peanut butter cookies, rolls milk. ,William O. Powell and be Judged for priirs 'In the Dr and Mr*. Edward Harris of blrthttay
modern three bedroom home two Friday: Mashed potatoes and Mrs. Lee Dannelley willentertain spring Birmingham w.r. ho hou..
bath, kitchen built-in stove and meat balls fir hsquares and potato Miss Virginia the bridesmaids -at a A pleasant social hour was enJoyed Nests last week nf her parenU, P.. -M.thedi.t. I
"even l located on East Bay Avenuein stick lettuce and tomato salad In the Coach Room at over coffee and pie served Th St.". Barretts of .BeagroveBeach Ta Halrf' Revival
the white section. Ph. TW flS478. cupcakes fresh grapes, rolls, luncheon Restaurant. by the tuwt.**. A 9-10tfchg milk. I I the Hut Th. following<< members we*. Mary Ilruns and Mr. ! la all to attend th. Revival al,
present: Miss Lola Mason Mrs MrGe. of B *gn>v. teach: the It. Washington Methodist I I
Elmer eomst C'1I. 'n. A I* were business visitors In Panama thurrh which will begin on Sunday -'
Gorby Mr*. James William Mrs City. Tuetar.. evening October ISth and 4KEW
Ralph King. Mr*. Bruce Oils,*. Mr Hartford Morgan has n. continue through the Oth with
Mr E. D. Chontaiar.. Mr*. Ilou. turned horn after spending' a with serviced each evening at 7
Your bw Lucia. Mr. Thurber Phillip weekend with his brother In P m. Tb puts ft.". Burley. D.
Winterize Mr. O. L. Smith. Mr*. Frle Allen. way,?... Ga, and envying) a Guy will be bringing the "...*. w
Jr, Mr. Carl Btorrl. family reunion at J at per.Mr sag each evening. said thra will
.. Villa Co. left hr Beagrov be special mual' ,. 1 1MMM
Peach home Thursday for Lealng-
IAOMOVB OAftDgM CLUBMEET ton. Va, where abe will' spend the Mallawaan Carnival, And I
Wardrobe winter nvocith. ..t t ee Al Bay Ba>a.l b1
-. Mr. W A. lloll. and g..nA. Friday night October 93rd. lathe
Th GroveClub '
daughter Tereawa nu't.pMt. the bl" night at the Isay B will hold the first mining
weekend In 1.1.: .... Ala with her ", twnTA will aponanr th
of October
the season Thursday.
2t. at 10 a. .... ., lh* horn of brother-in-law and slater Mr : annual Halloween OarnHral and
and Mr. Jordan Lln4_y. sup,.?, I
Mr*. W J, MatKew of PhUUp
from 9.95 Mr. W n. Hofab and. Mr A fried chicken" supper" will, b.t
Inlet. Mr* C. H. IIeaSr., will
JACKETS .- Maml Hatch spent Friday. 'In serve at. pel*. .f 91.M *or,
be co-host**. M amber* are urged
: DeFunlak BprlngsMr adult and M ea.... See MI4r,...
to attendMary *. Olll Sue Godwin of New Th carnival will fellow with all
D Druna. Publicity
Reach Or......*. spent the weekend. at the fan' .n.Udli.aT the flail. >onl.i
SsgTev. harne.Mr.. ..... walk and .....getl .t will.
SWEATERS from 7.95ALL Point Washington, FlaMrs. and Mr. Ct.. MrGe Jr "Iatet..t beh eM gad .,..... -n-
of ...c,... fhNkch, erw)fed fo H- public la ror4tally Height U ease
George W\ MUaxn. ftr *f tall In Illrmlngnam She.. pal and help. a...... taJa. i S
Jacksonville .U visiting. with bit. weekend whit. guests .f their The peace*!*, wiU .|,..1., .ed fov
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Roger Riddle Route 1, U one' Miss Janie Campbell of Huntington -
i4 of 96 students enrolled at the] College in Montgomery DATE NAME ARaWTn.o J5?Ja.CAS. W"MCHl&' ,:,113Q II.oRIDA-scREMItER OF ARRZST INS DATZ OF TRIAL DtPOSWTOIf OP CAS.iawSlfAal .

University of South Florida at spent the weekend here with her ? IAe *nd' Ortffln. PHP Speed too fact for condition; S-ao-4 0=s.00 cash botod Xst.
Tampa, under a state scholarshiploans. parents Mr. and Mrs. Molin

The loans are awarded by Campbell.Mr. ept.10M IS Vincent Dtxon ,-a--44 {2s.oo cash bond Eat.leWMA .
Kllpatrtck. PHP If V D L
the State Department of Educa- and Mrs. Earl Castello of Sarni
r ...-*. 2$00 cub bond _
tion. Pensacola: were visiting friendsin 8.-; >'Tto .. .*-. Dep. Sheriff Drunk

1 Mrs. George Stedman of town over the weekend. Donald' Besener Respreee. Dep. Sheriff DispJaflng Another Driver UceD.M..25-44 SOOO or JJ dars.WM .
sota is the guest of her .s.r..1 Mrs. Ray Nethery and Mrs. A-t 60 .
* Donald B..en.. Keeprees. Dep. Sheriff Attempted Larceny -aS- 4 $1SOJ or day
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCall. Baker Caswell were visiting In WM A.1
Mrs. J. J. Melgs left Tuesdayfor Fort Walton Beach on Thursday 2 Albert (ttBount lBonU Reep.Dep.. eberttf. Attenvpted' Larceny f-as-44 (15000 or SO cIA,.,

Tallahassee where she wllli of last week. 21 John.:. '.*.yeu'Fe&I' ........... PHP Unlawful Speed *---61 Saa.lO or 30 tf r-
I Miss Gall Alford student at WM A :
visit friends. L. WBlf Anderson. Sheriff Worthless Check .-aa.4 Mak. reiUtuUoo and pay tao.oo or
A-1C and Mrs. Wayne Bulger, Troy State Teachers College a\nrT': 2 months.
and son David were visiting relatives . spent the weekend here with her "wM Jerry *.. W". Anderson Sheriff Worthies Check: .-M-*. Meeks 050.00 r..tltut/of or 2 tnoSSS?') and par

and friends in DeFuniak. parents. Jerry L. W0jf And_. Sl rlff Worth.. Cheek 2a4 Kak:50U"U uWonjSMW) and pay
Springs over the weekend. |I I Mr. C. C. Powell attended the wM 30.00 aah )
24 N. Brown Rlch"Dep.. Sheriff Worthless Check '-3e4 ( bond est.WrlW .
Mrs. John Wooten, Mrs. Burl Georgia-Auburn fotball game in ?;
Underwood and Miss Mary Elliot,, Athens Ga., over the weekend. 27 Char!.. Alvin ****. Parrtor. PEP No Valid Driver License -2e-e4 Subject.* purchased' VDL.
attended Presbytery in Madison) Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Williams leftWednesday WM A24Mrs.

for Indianapolis, Ind. -
Thursday and Friday
on I Gladys Rogers visited Mr. IN' THE CIKCVIT or FOR SALE: WATER FRONT
Mrs. Dick Smith. Mrs. E. H. to visit Mrs. Williams' mother COURT FOR SALE: HOUSE completely
and Mrs. Albert Strickland in WALTON COUNTY FIRST JUDICIAL lots and wooded in lota. On
Walker Mrs. Emmabel Jones' Mrs. Fronl Crawly. CIRCUIT or FLoRIDA furnished on one acre ground under
Mrs. Ethel Ellisor of Mobile Is Donlfay over the weekend. fence with shrubbery butane Choctawbatchee: Bay located on
Mrs. L. M. Flow and Mrs. te
Wilson! spent Saturday in Do Gre"l I; visiting her sister here Mrs. A. Mrs. Mae Walker and Mrs. Dick ELDON CHKCTU NO. S.S tank included located Red Bay., Okalooaa-Walton county line In
Smith were visitors in Dothan on Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe, Rt. 1
G. Douglass. FlalatlffMAROAAKT Cal TE 0-2482. 10:22: tt chg
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Blue and .
I Elll attended Homecoming. In I I .Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Blue attending Saturday.Mrs. LOUXXLA WINTERS I Box 239 Villa Taaao Nicerlll: prA
Alex Caswell is attending Florida.
Gainesville last weekend. Homecoming at the University NOTICE PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS Is
a joint Reading English and
t Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Arnold I I of Florida over the week Speech Conference in THE NASA or THE vrr or looking for women for sewing in FOR RENT: BEDROOM SEMI.
Hollywood I'"LORlDA
and son. Dee of Belle Glade end. Fla., TO: MARGARET LOOTOXA WINTERS their home. If you have a good bath. Ph. TW 0-2191. By: M. -Budtfy-- Warren
on Thursday and
spent several days here last week! I Rev. and Mrs. William Powell you... hereby: notified that a power or heavy duty sewing machine private: It will be to
J Saturday of this week. interesting see
of Macon, Ga. fIana Petition for .
and two daughters Modifying Final
Curtis will in business.
as guests of Mr. and Mrs v.erb... we put you
Miss been how the "executive's .
filed .UUctlon"
Cynthia Flow of Tallahassee by the above -
her last week, Mr.
visited parents CASH FOR LATE MODELcars
named Call TW DeFuniak
nutnerrora. plaintiff against Inb. 8-1301 Springs
:you .
Is home with her the stomach ulcer
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McCaskll: I and Mrs. Andy Anderson. parents Mr. abo. styled cause, to tbe above named Fls. "Help BuUd a Freedom 1958 models up. Buying: for :
Judge and Mrs. Joe Dan Trot- and Mrs. Howard Flow. Court ap.d Pour: residence U alleged Eastern and Miami markets. If responds to the freezing me- .
left Tuesday for and therein s. Ranch.
a business. < | c-o Mrs. R. R.
vacation trip to San Franciscoand man and daughter spent the Mrs Emmabel Jones and Mrs. Cruro. 10901 E. Beverly Boulevard. you have a. used car to sell can thod of treatment. In this
weekend In Panama City. Leslie Flow spent Saturday in Whittler California, and you are here James non-surgical technique created -
Hussey TE 8.U71--8
Los Angeles. They plan a by notified that ahearln the said .
cruise to Hawaii also while they Mr. and Mrs. W. I. StlnM>n. Jr. on business.Mr. Fetltlon. will be held before on. of the till 5:30 p.m. 12:31pdBAKER'S at the University of Minnesota -
and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and Mrs Glyn Pope enjoyed Judge of the above Oourt lab.* house. Mrs. Fred Baker i aomach emperaure is.
are away.. attended the Auburn vs. the homecoming festivities Circuit Judge Chamber of the Walton 202 Circle Dr. Ph. TW 6-9311: or lowered to almost zero for
County Court House at DePuntakSprings.
Mrs. Richard Lane of Milton Georgia Tech game held in Birmingham displayed. by the Florida Gators Florida, a* 10:00 am. on the TW 4-3831. 10ltfchgFOR : : close to an hour. If the high
was a business visitor here last over the weekend. I ;JOtn day or November A. D 19S4
Tuesday. : over the weekend. It U further ordered that; this notice RENT FURNISHED APT. hopes held out for this treat-
Lillian Steele is a patient and ord. be published ooee a week ment live to expectations.
Mrs. up
Miss Cathy Campbell a studentat NOTICE or riCTITICUra NAME tor four __U.. week*, four Uma one bedroom, private bath, private
In the Hospital in Penia- Notice U hen Riven that pursuantto it will be welcome news for'
FSU at Tallahassee, spent the Baptist MSOa of publication being sufficient la the, bath entrance. Gas heat and
Chapter No noruia BtatuUia, .
weekend here with her parents cola.Miss the undvrsliined will on November. 13, DsFunlak Herald In Walton, a weekly aewepaperpublished gas stove. Reasonably priced. Ph. UPHOLSTERYAND many of the nation's two million
Janice Peacock and Jerry, 1M... rcKlster with the Clerk of theClrcult. County. Florida ulcer sufferers.What .
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Campbell Jr., this the 20 day of October. A. D. ISM. TW 64021. 209 Crescent St. 9:10:
Court of Walton no-
and family. Lane Campbell spent the weekend rids, the fictitious name County of THJBHAHERDASHKItr. (tteal) sf. Lao Andaweirrcuiourt exactly is a virus?'
McLean In Quincy visiting with Mrs. Mid fictitious name Clerk Walton of UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT: In some respects: it is a living1:
Flora Douglass County. Florida
Misses :
M. L. Casey. being the .name under which theundrnlgned By: lee Adklnana. D. C. Furnished and unfurnished apts. organism, in others it is at.
sin Pen- are carrying- on buatneas
Hazel Campbell ar
aacola this Miss McLean Visiting with her parents last In the Btate of Florida, our principal W.Attorney Paul for Thompson Plaintiff Palmer-College Apt. See Mrs. S. TRIM SHOP pure chemical.: At any rate.
week. last week weekend was Miss Patsy Neel of Blare .of, Florida.hunlnoae being In DePunlak McLean BuUdlu -P. O. Boa n H. Wesley Apt. 3. Phone TW they are infinitely small; the-
underwent eye surgery
Mrs. Ruby Swanson of Panama John N Freny 4t Derunlsk:Oct.2T.3S.ftovS.13' Bprtnga, Florida 0-3886. 10l,8,19,22pd: head of a pin easily holds 25.
Ada Contender "AFurnitureUpholstery million polio viruses, and they
City was a business visitor hereon 41:octa3.a0Novs.ia GIVE A SMALL DOG FOR A ,
Friday.Mr. FOR SALE: NINE OOATS. 4 Christmas or birthday. gift. Have have the faculty: of self-dup

and Mrs. Robert Martin and Atlanta.Caswell of ewes are bred the billy .is of a pretty registered! blonde colored lication. Some schools of
children of Cantonment visited milk goat stock. Also included female chihuahua for sale very thought maintain that the-

relatives here over the weekend U i enough hay for the winter. See reasonably priced. Very loveable *Auto Seats first living things to appear'

Mrs. June A. McLaine of Panama Archie Lloyd Box 23, Ponce de and playful, ideal for elderly on earth many millions of
City spent Friday afternoon HALF Leon. Fla. For further directions folks or small children. Call TW Covers years ago were very similar
to the viruses we know to-
Padgett's Service Station. Ipd 0-3791 nights.
here.Mrs. Sale and Mrs. day. From these living chemicals ,
Charles Overman. Jr. of Panama Motor FREE" LOAN OF. OUR Efficient FOR RENT ON LIVE OAK *Boat Seats sprang other and more I

City were visitor here on Mon SIZESto Carpet Shampooers with purchaseof : Ave. furnished upstairs 4 room complicated forms of life.
1 Blue Lustre Shampoo. Fisher apt, gas heat, airconditioned.Ph. Complicated or simple the
r I day.Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Griswold SPECIALS Hardware Co. TW 6-2131. 924tfchg.: Phone TW' 6-9211 necessiry: drugs to fill your.

the Bruce Avenue prescriptions are available at.
and Mr. James Madden spent FOR RENT! THREE ROOM "FOR SALES THREE BEDROOM Service Drug Company. Personal S

'1 weekend In Montgomery with 1961 Ford 4-Dr. furnished apt and bath. 304 W house, bath and a half. Small DeFunlak Springs, Fla. attention to your needs .
and Mrs.
Mrs. James Madden Mr. make Park Avenue. Call TW 8-9131. down payment. Call collect. MU is our'main stock in trade at
W. R.. Maxwell and other relstives. $1095.00 J 10.22.29ch.: 2-2950 at Crestview. 9:10tfchg: Service Drug Company. .

I, Senator Clyde Galloway return you

ed three over weeks the hunting weekend from trip In a 1957 Mercury 4-Dr. look

Wyoming. and North Dakota. He
I was accompanied: by his. father $395.00 twice SAMPLE

In-law Mr. Cecil Davis of BALLOT
BrooksvlUe and Dr. O. X. Shahee. 448w I
'Mrs*" Jttlte.\ BludwertH ot AS 1956,,Chevrolet 4-Dr.'. -- .." Dx.. 1I1 .... S
vie has as guest Mir. and Mrs. $295.00)() 't".fl lov lyI I "'ft. Jlfl. <- J '#, . I

J. r. Crona of Tallahassee.Mr. .. I
and Mrs. Ty Fleming had OFFICIAL BALLOT ;

at.. guest Sunday Mr. and Mrs. R. i

Mr. Fat Jerkin of Selma Ala. i
Among those from here attending CO. GOFF'SReadyToWear NO' . . . . .. . .. MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT INITIALS OF '

Homecoming In Gainesvilleover SOUTH WALTON COUNTY ISSUING 'r I

the weekend were Mrs . . . . .. .. .. . . .. .. . . PRECINCT NO. I
Qulda Clark and Miss HelenPrescott. Free Parking Signature of Elector OFFICIAL i
Conditioned Show Room NO.1. .. .. .. . . . . . . .. .. . ..
Air (Open Thursday P.M.)
Easy Te... - - - - - - - - I
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If you don't know Hlway U. S. 90 Weal TW SM110- N. 9tn 8t ...' i?.,.. j
watches know ,/ ;, .' OFFICIAL BALLOT -.4

your jeweler f ""I" -" ,..i: :-oo, ..., I
,;fi" Jwi"; ,;;\; ,"fl' GENERAL ELECTIONMOSQUITO .. IIot
yy >fo. . .. . . ::. .;*; :r CONTROL DISTRICT ;
Before buyingany : I i

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watch '.
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askwatch .:.: STUB NO.2. . . . . .
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expert! dwelear - -..-', -'. ;"t-:. - - - - - - - - - /I

t....- .ee..e.. Iratarl eoeen s e wee ta..lR a eelwln ,
few people know how a watch I
operate. or "what makes It tick. .

It U best to .leave this kno-l_s a ; ; CONTROL DISTRICT .... .. ;

to expert.-u) as you depend. ,, k'
on your doctor or .lawyer for .P5... i,:.1oot f WALTON COUNTY, FLORIDA -:- :" '/"" 1
faailonal. advice. I

Our Watch Exports will help you '.' I. : GENERAL ELECTION 'NOVEMBER 3, 1964' ..

select your nest watch- and m. It '.611 ; i.. ,
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sea's e "tcM
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aura that. you get sn accurst expendable. A wawt Leleaa toa11M a ;. PRECINCT NO. :...:'.

. .sjvsUty.. ttmsplscs. -on* ''T' :*"'4 ,""",J'.,'l"

you can wear or e.lve with. prteM. + ,irt ..rar '- ". 1. Shall South Walton County Mosquito Control District: ; ;' .-,

As watch specialists, wa teens. th v r ,A i ir : -w". Walton County Florida be created '.'i ;'

latest selection. ot ojuaWy. .*tchis.W \ Make a cross mark (X) before the answer of your choice.'I" V
ale always ready to soVtss. and ,

ara. WOCoI..... no ..._- of ., . . . .. . .. .. . . Yes ;,.,''."
coura: "
. .. .. . ... . . . . No b!1 'J"

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RHODES JEWELRS9th furl.. seem ew teem lee a eseq twee rover 2. Shall a separate or special board of commissioners

r conduct the work?
tDeFuniak :
FlorUk's ItatftcratkDtUjation COfIII'8SSioMi
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Florida .
Endorses "
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PrtsidtMt. LYNDON I. JOHNSON .i il' FOR ;':

The member of Democratic Conoretlonol DU- It., .. . CONTROL

potion from Florida ore proud of the owHtanclIng VOTE I ;

of lyndon B. Johnson o' President .< J' ,;'" ._
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yp commend him to t ,,; ;" .If.. .,I'
of the United,- Stotel. They : VERNON R. BISHOP.l "i.,) . '....
administrator and asa r
you o' a .tobJ.. efficient )

proven friend with an understanding of the LOIS G. MAXOM .
effect Florida' r 1
program whkh vitally economy.

President Johnson ...
vv, .? Needs '

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LEGAL NOTICESIN and post office addr* ot the caiman NOTICE or INTENTION! 1'0 MAKE Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Myers attended :Many Farm Workers part of 20 or more days duringthe I Mrs. Grey Wilson Mrs. E. U.Walkf'r. .

agent and abaci attorney be sworn and to acounpanled by the Claimant by a. API"LlCA.TION" DttCIIARlg\ ; FUR: "I AL the U. of FJa.-Mtss. football Lose Social Security year for cash wages figuredcin j Mrs. ErruriAbel, Jones

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TILL ruing fee of one dollar and such claimor FLORIDA. *TTtTTESIX I gone In Gainesville on Sat I I a time basis by the hour da"1 Mm. L. M. Flow and Rocky
FIRST JIl; >ltlAU CIRCUIT UP demand not eo .1led anal be _w.. COURT OF TUB' COUNT .JITOGE OF urday. | "A great many farm workers I etc. The amount paid doesn't Wilton spent Saturday In Pensa-
COUNTY IN CHANCERY As administrator of the rt.4>Mll>.. John Pentecost and son Mike don't get credit for their work." matter. cola.
J. H. OOR8KT. doubt business as Ea&aw'A executor of IN RE Tme E8TATK OF Sam Rachels and son. Sam Jr. according to John V. Carey, DIs-
Miss Janice
city Finance Company the Last Will and Teetament ALVA LEWIS BWUNT.Deceased. To be sure a record of wagesis Clayton and Miss
FtalntlfLI1.1 or wtulam carton o attended the FSU-Kentucky football I I rict Manager of the Social Security available at the end of the year I Sandra Hughes of Troy spent the
Adklson. drreased. In Tallahassee Sat- Office in Panama
TE M. BELLE .. administratrix First publication October 1. IBM TO ALL, WHOM IT V-OONCEftM: came on I I City Carey advised farm employers to weekend with Miss Clayton's parents -
of the estate of William- WhU,......... t.: Oct. I. .. }I, *3 Notloe la hereby given that WavlneBlount urday. "Farm wages are reported only keep a list of their employees I Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clay
and Alattha whltebeedDefendants Cooper filed her final report "
deceased I trace a year. he explained. "Fur
of the Eatat 01 Is made ton.
MARE as Administratrix each time a payment ,
THE BTATB OP FLORIDA. TO: U11MM. NOTICE\ AtTLlCAllON: or INTENTION! Tt Alva Lewis mount deceased: that filed IN THE: COl'HT OF Tin: COl'NTV ; this reason, some farmers forgetto should be shown on the list.
rOK tlNAl
administratrix of the. estate' her. petition for final dlacharv. and .. CtHNTI I "I
Delia as blSltiAKUE.; IX>felU% STATUTES JUDGE OF W LTON j keep a complete record of the
that .... will apply to the HonorableJoe
of William O. WhJ beado deceased, la Cart ef FLORIDAIN' I .
and Aleltha Whitehead ta Cauaiy Jadgs. Dan Trotman. County Judge ot wages they pay their workers -
Malten Caaaty: .tai. ot REEstat.
Walton County.' Florida, on t"laut
You are herbsnotlf.d that of MAITRE 8AUNDKRS. I If total less
Fra wages are
complain has been filed in the above In .. the Estate: a.e. day of November. I.... for approval D-. r Ornamental IronworkShop
court for foreclosure of that certain Jake Morrison of of same and for final discharge as All Creditors of tne estate of Maude] $150 for the entire year and the
mortgage dated November,, IS. 19ilagainst : T. All Whom It 5147 CeicersTj" Administratrix. Bloun deceased of the, estate on this o f Alvaawi. lath _uAd...., deceased are hereby notified employee. did not work. 20 days,
tba following described prospertr to ale In duplicateany Eaton Real Estate &
In Walton. County, Florida' to- D.Notice Morrison Is hereby filed sivsn bis nnal that report Clarence as 'day. of 01105w 1964.WAVINE BLOO'MT. COOPERAdman..trt. and claims required or demands .to...theofh. no Social' Security tax Is due on Located At Gaskin

wit Executor of the estate of Jake Mor of the estate of ... nave against said estate In that worker. "Keeping a record
Lots number 1070 and 1011 according rison deceased; that tw fued his rice of the County: Judea of WmltonCounty. Insurance Agency
peti deceaesd4t the
curing takes
to map of DeFunlak Springs.Florida tion for final dlsctim. and that he Florida tn the Oourthoua* atDeFuntak year guesswork -
"' drawn by W. J. Vanklrs. will apply to the Honorable Joe Dan : Oct. 11. 39; NOT. S. n Springs. Florida within ala out of reporting. Greysaid.
on file In the. alfle of the clerk TToUnan. County "....SR. of Walton. calendar' month from the date of the "The farm
of tba Circuit' Court. Walton County. Florida, on the ssnonil day first publication ef this notice. Bach __ employer I AUTOMOBILE FIRE
c uat7. .;'iortILam of November. I..,... tor approval of claim or demand must be In writ pays only. the taxes that are due
executed Whitehead and same and for final must state me piare of rtudfore -
discharge as Kaecutor log and and the worker full credit INSURANCEBONDS
Aleltha Whitehead in favor. of J. at.Dorscy of the estate of Oats Morrison, and post office address of the]
: doing business as City Finance deceased on this end day. of October claimant and must be sworn to bytbb fur his labor.
Company, and you are hereby 111M. Take 60 Seconds claimant haa agent or toaa alice0 -
notified and required to serve a. copy Clarence P. Morrison. y or 1& will beC'oIn. voSA .. I".., The Social Security office at
of your answer or other r"e': ; Executor: of the estate of to law. I 1135 Harrison Avenue Panama
the complaint on p .J.k. Mort/bt. RIGIIT NOWTo Octobar ... 1964w.
W. F. Oreen. DeFunlak Springs. Florida 4':Oct a.IS"U.nt: 51.1.25 JON0 I City, has free booklet that ex- We represent STROUT + s
on or before October 31. 1B64 andto Administrator of the Estate of plsln these ruler in detail. Carey. .1 AI
file the original answer or pleading let us help you clearup Maude Saund n. decraaed
in the office of the. Clerk of the LEGAL OttCK question you First publication on October M. 1SSoct. uclvUes all Interested farmer to REALTYIn
Circuit Court: otherwise the allegations By order. of the poard of County any *3. g Noe. > 11 contact his office for further ins
of said com plaint will be taken as lbu locaiioA Walton PollseW might have about insur Real- Estate aince 1900
con tsasd. Florida of the HOTICK\ OF 11TKNTION TO MARLArrLICATI4) formation. The telephone number
ance.W .
This notice shall be published once Precincts No. :33 and No.' 33 will be N r m FINAL is 783-5331. All Wer* oeaF.fetOadCampbell
week for four consecutive weeks tn as follows: .. '
a U.u.
1. ( "
the Herald, a newspaper published InDrFunlak Precinct No S) West DeFunlak live 'Insurance, br.athneur' FLORIDA "T".Tt'TF Carey list. two rules that determine N.w Location
Springs. Florida. Elementary School nee and sail Insurant . . IN lL.tORip when farm wages must Lake Stanley Welding
none and ordered at DeFunlak Precinct No. 33 Choctaw Com.munlty WALTUNtirOI NTY.11STATE' :
Springs Florida this lath day: ofSeptember. Center handle every type of risk. If %. be reported for Social Security
A. D. IM4.(8KA1. Polls" will open at rein: o'clock am. there Is any way w. can help' IN WE THie rwTATa1 OFXAMONIC These are: TVV 64441DeFunUk Rt. *. .0. 143. Depunlak tprlnga
.) K. LBO: ANDREWS at the above listed ptwcinrts for the
will : r. WARD.
It baa
Clerk Oeneral Election to you with a prabUlm, 1 It the worker Is paid a totalof
Circuit Court b* held on Nov.Seal Springs Fla. Florida' Phsn PUrala' 4-"91
Walton County. Florida rmber are. Isar pleasure foe us to da ao without D""IINd'PRORATE S15O or more in cash wages
4t: Oct. 1. .. 19. 33 ( ) Board of County CnmnusslonersWai TO ALL WHOM IT MAY OOHOmNtNouor
obligation.Harris during
too County Fluids, la hereby siren that Aaofftous year or
NOTICBNotice Kylea hurt Chairman Ward filed his linal report asAd.mlnlstrator 2. If the worker works some
.. hereby given that pursuantto t :ItOcUSe22:: Insurance o t the estate .fIHi?. -
- -
- --- - - -
Chapter No. 1I 3.O9 Florida Statutes. f. Ward elsreased. that ha rued His
the following will on November S 19.*. NOTICE TO riteniTnRaFLUKIUA : retltloa for final der"d thathe
register. with the Clerk of the Circuit STATUTES: will apply to the H___'a/S*
Court of Walton County. Florida, the la the Ceart .. tae Caaaty Judge, Agency Dan Trotman. County 'Judge of -
fictitious name of Baker's UphoUteryand Walton C_.''', 930,14.Ia ton County, ftorirta.' on the ItUi day
.Trim Shop Bruce Avenue, said ..,...... of November. 1904. for. approval o[
fictitious name being; the name under In re: Estate ot mmatranaldoffus the discharge as Ad-
wbtcn the undersigned Is sole owner HENRY .I0HNItON. TW 2451Dafunlak estate of Itarliae
and Marrying on business In the State p. Ward of Florida, the principal place of Ta AU Creditors aa4 ptraoas 11 sat cof Or.....,. IoMAIIOPTIOUB
located In DeFunlak Springs. Churns er Uemsaes Against Bald Fla. WARD
of estate
Estate: Adn\lns rat r the
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur C. Baker You and each of you are hereby. DOtI- Varllne P ward. deceased. PRESCRIPTION NEEDSKing's
Or1.1a-NoeS led and required to present any claims 4t1 Oct. U. M; Neil a. U
and demands which you or either of
you may have against the estate of
BTATims Henry Johnson, deceased late of mud
In the Court ef led County I...., County, to the. County Judge of Walton
Walton r=:. riertaaIn County Florida, at his office In
.. the court noose of MI4 County at FIRST NATIONAL Rexall
Tn ret Es William Marlon AdklsooClaim I calendar months 11'01I&b.. time of toeIrst
publication of U>ls IOt.Two
T. AR Credit., and, Peresa.'Baadet copies of each claim or demand shall INSURANCE AGENCYFire
or Demands Against Bald
be tn writing and shall. state the
Estate place of residence aixl past office ....
You and eaen of you are hereby' d.o' the claimant and shall beeworD Bonds
notified and required to present any to by the claimant his agent, Automobile -

ether claims .and f you demands. may h.which". against you lb.or or filing attorney fee of on.and dolls anconHMOltd and such claim by a Marine & Casuality GIFTS AND CARDS
.w ot William YArtOA Adtl.op.dsc o r demand not so filed shall be void, .
as.d. late of said County, to the Ada IAvtId.l U
County Judge of Walton County. Florida Ponaldaon Rest Assured Drive Injured
at his office In the court bouse As ecaeutrtxs of the Mean .Financial. Low
e of said County at DeFunlak" Springs. Kst.t. ot the Last A Fire Needn't FOR
Florida; within six calendar months Will and Testament Adequate Insurance 1'ayn
from' the time of the first publicationof of exvcutrtxsHntry
this notice. Two copies of each Johnson deceased NATIONAL HANK IILDG.
. claim or demand snail bon writing, First Publication One I*. FIRST
.t' and shall state the place of residence Oct. 1I"U..21 "0.. 5 Phone TVV 4-2281


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