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: November 5, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Walton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Walton -- DeFuniak Springs
Coordinates: 30.721389 x -86.119444 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 106, no. 20 (May 20, 1993)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028316
Volume ID: VID00253
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
oclc - 33857908
alephbibnum - 002059593
lccn - sn 95047382
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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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VOLUME 73-PUBLlSIIED EVERY TIiUnSDAY D.FUNIAR SPRINGS. FLORIDA NiV1'.1111hat: : 5. 196&I lur b QR

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To Be i Observed Wednesday.. I Polio Clinic Nov. 8The .I I



DeFuniak: Springs and Walton
county will find once again honor Highest Honor To DeFuniak Spring KJwaato
.
Veterans on November 11, the and Lions clubs working with -

days activities again sponsored by Paxton FFA MemberLeonard the Walton County; Health Department Fur the first Urn in the historyof Freeport Fire Dcpt Walton Has Zone

the DeFuniak Splines National and the Walton County Walton county, certainly at

Guard commanded by Captain Thorn son of Mr. and Medical society will sponsor another 4 least since the Reconstruction :sponsors Fish Fry Winner in Punt-

Edward J. Hammond.rirat Mrs. Ben I*. Thorn and a member Sabin oral polio clinic: on x-rkxl( $ following the Civil War Pass CompetitionDavid

Sergeant George Stoke of the Paxton FFA chapter, Sunday Nov. IS, from 1 until S Walton county on the basis of Th Kreeport Volunteer Fir.1Jcov.tJnen *

wW head the committee responsible ' has received the highest honor lrt complete unofficial returns has is spuiuiurliig a fiats nineyearold -
pm.This Schaefer
for the parade and other bestowed on a FFA member, the will be the second required circled a Republican as Representative. fry .'r.da. ,., Nov. 7, lor Use bcnIil *- R. the Maud Saunders -

activities. The following Is a American Farmer Degree. This doae In the aerlaa which a Sam Campbell brctyne of the lire eparUnelt.t student at school winner In
schedule of events that will award is presented annually at started Sept. 13. the first candidate In modern elementary
be ..rv'n' will be at 10.DO ant, In the Walton county -
of interest to all. the National Future Farmers of to achieve the feat when Ills age group
Aim of the county-wtdo; program times and l last until everyune whu .PaKlck: competition.
9:50: ajn. Sack Race. America Convention at Kansas h defeated incumbent Jimmy lunt
Is to immunize all the people wash.s has *alu.lite winner In the contest
10:00: a.m. Gopher Race City Mo. This award is presentedto of Walton county- against Ireacott by the narrow margin of also was a ten
lisle try' wll be held at In Jacksonville Saturday -
10JO: ajn. Greasy Pole Climb one out of every thousand PTA polio. It to not a business venturein 266B to 2827.. held
inn Contest. members.The sense and Is strictly a nonprofit This la the vote from all 33 Ik members, !has a itaw fire truce ,
any and all the u c asjty thought) ti* will compel
house
11:00 a.m. Memorial Service chapter is proud to announce program sponsored by thnu i t' ".". I precincts with the absentee vote anti lire It Is now to beheld
.
... .ul. In the area cuntett I
and Flag Raising that Leonard is the fifth four organization i i -294 for Prescott and 129 for H4uiptit D. C. the
1:30: pjn. Public Speaking member of the Paxton FFA Chapter the Campbellalso a added. This Is the she lent try' will b* hold' i iklMt In Washington
However to help defray
1 l.-OO to receive this whichthe mivikvcUuii: ul liiaMmajra *Juu & latter part of this month.
coveted award. In
: p.m. Parade in the county
cost of the vaccine, each Individual . '" : only race in age
i.I "' held
t :
All events ''will occur Main Frank Melntosh. William ApUn. .> 'p + absentee vote were counted.The . :.v>. low ta a jtowu uw Mtaiitiiv > Competition was
on donate 78 1I- .
will be asked to "" w t I BOO boys taking
Street In the vicinity of the Caw- Darrcl Hobbs and Robert WUkerson cent to help defray tile coat of . .. \ : .,, vot has not been canvassed help Cut Ui. sew lieu uv4>.riluvni 012. with about ctkmpelltion. .

thon State Bank. Cash prizes will are the past winners. the vaccine and other atP IML -: .. at thla time but all votes MiMi eitjuy' a Isles Plate uuu>.r part In the ctmnty-wld three groups
be given to the Harold Day President of the *rept' are all the iruiuntitjpi. In the first '
winners of the No one will be denied th* vaccine Brigadier General Winslow C. given her are complete, Washington Redskinsfoul
three events occurring from 8:30 Paxton chapter, received the though on account of in- Morse USAF Retired) of DeFun- for the absentee votes In the competing, given to the

UU, 1100: on,. Everyone is encouraged chapter rating for this past year. billy to contribute. lak Springs (Rout' 3). visited the other race Wulton'8 Scored hall Jackets winners were a place kickIng l .
to This was the fourth time the received more tint place
participate.
Lt. Goldwater
Robert
Air Research Records Center In Barry
Vaccine will be given at any second and an
Saltier will be in chapter has accomplished' this other candidateon SLULC's& highest device for
charge
of these of the following stations over the Denver Colo.. last week. General votes than any National L*a cue
events.' year. In 1949 we received the of the the Walton county ballot, with .urtve autographed
served commander cancer
county: Walton high lunch room More as la third' place.
k:t Cong. Bob Sikes will be the Cold Emblem; 1062 the Silver, Tlvoll high lunch room. WaltonCounty orgonliatlon for three years until 3507, Haydon Hums was a football for R-Donald
guest speaker at 1.30: p.m. Other Emblem; 1B83 the Gold Emblem; .1 close second' with 3401. !Hen.Spcasard Winners were age
his retirement from military service president
Freeport
Health Department. Jaiuea A. larauit; Dafunlsk;
ii. Mrs. West
high Florida and In 1864 the with I Ray Johnson.
National Bronx
Emblem. next
Guard of- Holland was
I ball In November 159. H* has ait4iii.iitw
.. ficials will be lunch room. Paxton city ul UM tiitiUxt vowmy Uiut Jesse Harrah Mautt Saund.ra.Frankie ;
present for the and Glendale school houaa. lived In Florida since that time. r 01 Use butt k>outuui: / Mt Zlon.Ac .
Public 3154.Of Skanea!
Speaking and Parade Include -I UUlith[ Wheat Named Crew A consent slip for each child The Air Reserve Records Cen the county candidates Judge ,",HU.ttUe l ul use a W4sue. iJIVMtuilUW ,-nllv"1 Hchaefer. Maud
I General McMIllian. State Lender For The 1964Ceniiun \ month through It ter to a headquarters under the Joe Dan Trntman was high, as Jr. '}
Adjutant I three years u /Vil..IMMlt: t.*''' r OUCMIIJfiIt .ull4lco", Joe MctAu.hUn. \ '
Commander General.of the Col Davis, of Agriculture must be completed and signed Continental Air Command rea.ponalbl usual with a total of 30AQ next votes with, .. _r. li.4AMk" .iV.ltU li Use busdais -\Mt Zion' ; lUibert Mo.,r*. Vreevort.Ai ,
2AOth
Engineer' be given. for mobilising the coun- Cong. Bob Hike was Or- ..
Group Lt. Cot. before the polio cast a stimuli t.wu.lr1ace ui in ,terry Morris, Fr*
gin.. Shelfer. 2 0th Lint -I Hutch Wheat has been turned a I ', ,try's Air Fore Reaorvlsts to aug., 3022. rust It "p.oasutw ttwuywt tsMIMW M.\or .rn.\d. 'ToU, .
Ft Group '
Kvvcutlv' Officer!. crew leader for ,the- IM4 Cenmu '" -' mant the..Hlw'dutvl' &At y hrs.. ;_ .Sieve aM the eompt.t.unof_ pntll .f ,
r L*. Col.: Wklkmswn.' ; ''Wfn'At Usia" Steel M.1M1Na.Mrs. ( Joseph Hk>'t'a*. Mt TUon.Ag
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Battalion Commander ssrrt Support) of Agriculture' one of about I,", Walters Brmv.f during< tint of emergency, During tidal. ) rvlulnat'realdeal. Carawn. wise' "wn a ftuit < II-btltl J*..koS Chpllint I .
and Major persons throughout the U. S. to Fence time th* Center maintain* Maude .
20-0 uelelyraacawu .3'erm.nt.r.
Plnson. 260th Engineer Crestview 121\ loans. sye.eer Th* ouoel :: Brat..
J, The reviewing stand Group S- receive; this applntment. master personnel records and Johnson 3507 swr+ws, .1aU eauwuawwd, ftaunders. ; Larry King. Frveport.Ar . 1
will also ire will supervise a team to administers the military carren Gad..afer llansen Freeport !
be honored with other 5001 Liecer \-w.u. 31.04, t.ru5eu.141.U1u015 / 12--Th..rln
DeFuniak Soring Walton pushed
various xlult all farms and ranches !nWalton of some 3SO.OOO Air Fore lt*. Cysts Darlington;
local and state-elected officials. county to collect officialcensus acroa two touchdowns to the servtot not on tended active Holland 1154 vl HatttM4 i.uwiity. WOe Jimmy Palmer
Decorationthe third UIJ ..K..WlUah.* BiytM Clan 'Iloberts. Mt. Zlon. { a
Buslnesi questionnaires to all rural second period and one ta the. duty. Kirk Culwf5S" tiy winnersIn
Fronts i* enceuraaged by the Enumeration will take quarter to defeat cr....... 3O0. During General Morse's com 0vri <* *t 55.101 hy' aware I of uult Plaques wen awarded 1 ,

Chamber of Commerce. The entry. place operators.: In Novembar' and early' In a Northwest Florida Conference mand. the Center Installed. anelectronic Bums *'fll! .*...tI.M aM c*.a tft Ut* W a Hulltwuittjr the ages !II I and 11 group. ,
of float !II'also encouraged. For contest Friday night. which HolUy 1112 'a uut.auotMii' : Oust luiMiMMMtm -
computer system
pecember. "
further' IniarmaVon in regards to Shortly.n *f Hovinber t. the Raay Gainy opened th increased speed and accuracy In LevlalatMre. f.auy.aau.a50wuau Official' StiHpencledIly

any, entries please contact Sergeant Bureau of the Census,, will mall Brave*. scoring with a all-yard the mobilisation process. Essential Prescott Iln lua MWMtvraiilp slid UMWtUffc City Council
;
Stokes.Ti census questionnaires to oil rural run .to tbe tttamA. period and Information. on each of the Individual Campbell 2469Ceaera. .. Ut a iiU i..lMU Ml VWiUlt4 .

: Week's festivities/ will be box holders. 'Those required to fill Mik .Jacob aeorod en es Ityardpans Roservlsto to. needed on ,eaa. ..*. was raiaini M.. a MarshaTTr T"P Richsrits t
climaxed by a Dance to be held out the forms should do so and from Tommy Jonas to gtv magnetic tape to the computer Pike* 2021 ....- .|_ tu rut* a. a ester City, ( .t*)

m Saturday night November 14. bold the! questionnaires. until a Walton a 13-0 load. at halftime.Bo .' system and .. used. for rapid mob- Ewereme C*..rt e._I .tIV \it will <|u Mit ", .,..- was temporarily suspendedfront ,
The dance will be held in the census enumerator comes to collect Bludwortb. cord. on a a- niratlon and for strength report Roberto II,. .... .... ..i rwonafu a 'vrU wyMI susNauf duly by, action' of th* city"

National, Guard Armory and will them. lard dash ta the third. quarter to higher. heado.ua tiers. Drew 1T4 .I. UM a u i. 01 .MfHi.. council' In a special' meeting Monday

commence Ucfcat at 0-OO: pm. Price for At that time the enumeratorwill t(. complete the lye..tog; rr' the Twice In raeont year the Air rrvinWlgglntnn: 201.A. night. ....

will be 200 per person help answer any questions Brave*. ....... Record* Center .baa been ........ c...... weal u.....,. City, Attorney /'InAfUe'Inch.

advanced sales and UlJO per per- that may have! proved trouble .Walt** 0111 TCrestvtrer .... tea*** by a national emergency.Drs HOIeseetary etesula clues ./teal says the action was taken In
son at the door. Orchestra will some. 0 0 S S... S the Portia situation ., 1M1' 0 *Sea... pnnK to criticism of wee.da

be furnished.' For reservation Sad tb* Cwban rrtoto In Ita Air Tom Adams 944S Local delegate. have returned mad to th* council and th.tviii

can WO trocka. to the National NOTICE ....... ..........* wer called to C.netretler. ttvtit a U>.n-uay CM%uit CIMI." . b* offered. an opportunity! hi
Ooard Armory or WO Griffith liverHOys active/ duty Each time with the Green 2442 wufi ttt J.in,v.na w..._a In newt Mndy night to give' *

at hit home. WO Griffith is in The annual meeting of W. A.. K. kiai'll' ...1. 8cwI help of th* computer led Center C.e.aell.eee ., AedewtwesCourse ......... ...... AcubUusf au Islet vrlon.Th wasby I

.charge.......of. this 'social event and S. will be held Thursday. Nov. 12. ThroB high-school Tigers nl*. met She challenge." 221. ,. ie......,. "re .nc rf1Ns.slef. Suestartwn motion F suspending Htud, worth,him council
John
your comments or at At tb time of his retirement Tre. ..r hl4U.t
sug. at the Walton school cafeteria ** Hseries.nce le eu..i I
awti M. Florida Scboot .ar bar the chair to
to ped General Morse awarded the Larson" 3IW ...... president! who. left
urged
7JO:: p.m. Members are Worked wee Ut* ItvyiHMN ItUlK&a1.
ow. .. ... A IWI.
Marianne Frttay It was 1IiM
Thompson will head up attend this Important meeting-' Legion. of Merit for aceomplUhajMMit . Atterey GeneralTalnlolh *.aw.i **M| lire U> U.,. were make the motion.
the World' War I veterans punt account**} by TlvolT* lint 3t>* eat by Coincltman Bnnl Arnold "
.
to ride during .. commend at the HlMHl. wale _tura. (MM** i51MWonsecse >
ta front of parade. Those veter. WALTON ,TA ANNUAL sioio.tarx. enee Air Basim Haiatea Cantor.December ...... h ..+aat. deat ants sla.e ..'......,641....... 4If. and th* vote was unanimous.illudworth's that.
MM wanting to ride In It jenneaai eaares Bailey 35O3 -. ,... aIM motion was
par-'odd DINNER.. NOVCMBIM aaa4 I use mw" ln n* hi
a** ", Baldwin time for .-. TtvusTe a.. ...... Utilities C....*Mlo. .l*<>.. Nalo Vl LKMt WIU IkMttlMM.* Richards **b* au pnd d him *
we
end 11th street by Imo: p,",. Wed. Walton PTA Annual dinner score wee by lUteb Inakla' eat. The. r-e... ...... Maann 3OOJ L ....ata. saw UM offUtnaUun elI duties. without pay a. of 13 pm.h

--.lap. November II. and they will be held Thursday, November ran In tram 1* yard* Jer. I 1O .to the tentative St... Aetevp I I. new m na..r. .M. a baptsan November' 2 and notified" that *
Wneali to
w- a* placed in the cars I In the, 12. from S till 7 pmIn the third tatty was by d... set for tbe Walton Brave. Fry I ItU service m totwuy *f Use tore.veathes. wilt b.* given an opportunity

......... lunchroom. Tickets will be toe dan who ailed In far 3" pea.1,'ootbn ......... apansersd" by *>..... D.f.eder be bestial the peel regular r
Theirs fteal tally wee a w. I Ml i mtlnsr on Mntviay. Novemberhn I(
| and children tlJBO adult the Qwartorbeck aA -. Fhltlle addfee held in
.. .... I Mitch ralmin. who took. tee MIl 'on eeyiu4e action will b* taken".
. T. Meet This. Is the only money making 204 ..... banquet romsnittoe to. now 04.5. .>**..* ..M>MMW t *.4 v......... u*.e.ales WlM. .. final local. hospitalat
proct the PTA bas and your from FHW quarterback .....tnc; arreng. *.nnto. and the M<|V The' next regular meeting of the support will be appreciated.Arthur . 24 yard fee his. --. mama of the speaker will b* *nnounead Ce..tr J.**e t aeMufeaed ,... 1ruesla peensee/ the. time. and ... not at the
tb Tiaers 48eking
Gotf Ida Coast chapter of the Floe- Gootibv. Pre Oirtsteniiksg for .Joe* Cemeban.RusasQ *t .later .*... Trotman Sent v) .... .*.....*, a/ lUnraMMK useSlims meeting.
engineering: Society will be Walton PTA Brown. Big BteeJH Tb Ouerterbacli. Club meets Cl..r*> Cl*...l. Cee.tAnd.ws e/a to* aiMlMitM. lit Ua. tn*.l
bald at the Climatic Hangar MoDowcy. Jobs .orb Tuesday at 7JO .... In the 3M .
.( 'T-4 p,, CgUn n Robert Pant JeJumy+ ,.,......,. Lie : ---... alas Meal uy ea acrtolttt Walton' Cmtttty ; a
Thursday night. gxi.nt aaioN or THANK 11b1L pill bUrboal. Auditorium.MgeSAOB slierAsrd.t4An/" Stew .. hon" as It wee iMMAtf *_ C. .
rtanry nf HM4nrr
The Bruton
laboratory> and Its SmMb Curt 2'IS CluiMber *
...
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seemedN 54mI.a44.I UM aa> aa
trfQ b* discussed and member We wf'uM like t* iepe.e our Bob FoweOLBy VPe4 u.e.r. e0A OF THANK ................ .4e sAe es.esO using weww/ were. COMMUNITY CALINOAMMOV.

arfil be given a guided tour of the thanks, and appreciation to an the ,,$r. ffarr .... I wish to thank the DeFwnlak ftaliw/n 1714 .-,..... utewes/.. W.... 5Qs- NOV. I* ",

........ The chapter secretary mane peepl* that have been so. The Department. end. all the .... T.. Aaueee4dklnews .a.rbea4 .,....... Nasanp.Ieee. pw. t! I

arOt be ....... at this time.e kind to u. sHire th* time of the P.,.. At Rid 1.v *.. wb* earn to my *id .lastWednesday 27 sin as aaarye., lama erueld'. v. DvFwnlak. M....--',: .

n.. that so. greatly, damaged our a..rdI when my hoeix. was C.n...., I here be. ....*! ems Iw stave U.*l Green Thumb Garden Club.
th *e Da- .* C.... p. Br 344 Seh.ot PTA-T.. C"N"
r hcen. and rmtHenl, n Little ***** tl M at>t<.M*.s a. if UM atoviM"U _-pay
Taana .*.<.. Mtwreay It to. so wonoVrful to live to a seta seal and -.ahLMS ..rPvtled .... Especially Mr*. Tlmmom, Mr. C.............. .*.*..* --** .<. p.*,........ neeea5 Psal.es M.-7; .

e..a tlrmnitr where rrw-t. .,.. a1. Is lye ........ d0 .04 BbMtworth and Fat far their. fast 13th. 1 1-/lam 2411Dut. 'A.aMala/y ten d.Mv.n .... Nov. -.ssmd 0- Palk. VaeeesI.v '

A Square Dane tiers for teenatfsn -I ways reedy to ...nd,. a betpHig hand FMebytoriMi ....... 7..... thaaame; an4 ell... Ale. t* Ft4-I t-A.da'r' 344 ...... .... _I'" III .............- "' 9-FiNport. u.-Ta. $.. .

wttl 1.. held each Saturday, tt the time *f rust. and. againvw day easing. .. 14.,.,. .. V... wfB b* mar WitM far teetering my .!....1 Diet. S-tiled' TM13TT n.Punish .........-'JOO. '

sarJng Nowenber. 14V frosts 2 to see thank von M veer imarts. served beweaa 0 aM T p.... with lefty and r-flgbting my he*.*r..j r ...ee4 ..... ...... ttt UM _unt, tie caw teas. n-i'\aftiall City, Council-70.:

41_ p-m. at the National Guard Mr, and M.... Kay MclUnneyAnd 1M revival M1swME seen ...... to ..,b fill yew say ....... thanksr.etya .1 PWt. s.-C-.thrlft ,-.... 5.04ae ..... ilard 4 beta ..... r1a.: .

Aewerp. Family .wards.Tb. Ifrr.bLooog ;) '*'. 6-P.Aer 20ft auv t,1 yls.easl SW and ,...w wse.u "... lO-Itsinbew" Glrl. *-?:_. KiKtwanla
n win b. wn rhperond ftIatfttI An raadiew for Jw IS.
and 13
Man of tb* Frsoaort el 45. : "
flat- >price per parses a. 33 cents a I Cee.1'"- Ta ca- will )eat JIrida The tin eI the Pad MEETING the f M*- and. Gwat.bwoe hors w-.u. w Pass won Us.w ..... Sinn. PhL-io: "j
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Age ttmrt I. from 13 ta I I pre. ebrtb 1ft peeantk t ate TNU. *) OAV MIOHTTber I,.tort4H. to these .stow rfbrtrtrt* i.e. ...._n&e...,.. earel.eh Qwarterbasfc; O"b-TH.: *'
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year*. OftMeaf In the Walton, countytn s4/ne/ ...r, wMril win also bo. a 4taaa.wrenlty win be. a register meeting. \ IN dtotrhrt ...*.. SM. candidate. s ..., Leases eo leg |***.UftM 43 asMJ /fov, 11-.Vtran Coy c:. >vWrkm.

coarrTosv4 w b* c1.ad w..- o....... for fb. Pod lyAtt of Lad* Na. 179 Tbsradxyy eight. sans wee. on tfc*. baling. Shore .... N ua..u..re. .

n.k'temWt KaraW Cfob ..........". 1IfIIW> J I. (T.ter.aa* DeyJ .._ J. .Uf.! *. mti" .. bJjta. *? at 7a.. w.. quite cede.tog ., writ* awe/ ur ** UM 13 c.-.u.Yla..sei .tww.1 ""I.WeatherReJ.
WIN )Mr Xevreabrr. 4Tb and ThwrMey and. Friday. N.v. F. abi<*rion Men eel We.ma AD ilnllsjsi beO ie hfrrttMf ..... orsset ,/arse. steeled m tHts
I- An***i*m*si I* ass UM MUw4u
.. x snd. :1 for Theakaglvbsg, ./ WattMi 4wamb. along with i FMmar WbH. "'..16.I. .,. ere a.a. ....s...... .. PeFMiak Senate ... T, JaAMMMM.garvicg Par i-.
C r ei. ttae4r friends. ... e 5e di.tlf i ? .f IAaa ..... .
dUb wOI bold th* !K>v miM>f sl H ANNOUNCgMCMTTr. ", v14sd.Tb.. It.ydo Pion., 'slits ..n.... -* aylamai t .
aaettog to the Cw> OOa Rnrwi, I nvt..L with tee ...... Jatt. orncg SCHEDULE V.ety by let atwwH a tw.. ... Iww .**> euaasoe CM br ,.' II"
.t a ...... tie Koirub Ws14.w ........... M. bis *U wWla.i wore MM4 *. fv. pro 2* 1* 57
-n. County > aver
4. 1JM. and Mrs Arthur K#*Vy *4ft. .. c. .. ..... s.obo. wU1nawtler MW Mrttn ..*... .. W a....J e g*w aaaa o14.vm .\ ;'
The a-iugjam ... TNtb Craltf' t2. .**i Ave. A.wenfa..trAI. > ea PrNef Mtar6 with ,Lear A.i Mesa.I. ,...s e rU4ui. rarriMl at proemst. w..wew.ae. .... "..... 30 SO as i; "
....... peDn.d'" by Mr. M. O afasno/lsr. m. blab ell a ....... 1M n..J wrn4ee a4 T ... /abdwe.. The emm wall M ...ae Sled ... sad Iron -.. tea 4aituvweeey 31Pfev 8. IS a"

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Pastor: Leo Mizell "

Indian Creek Baptist Church
Wilbur Kelly, Pastor \

Davis Lane Baptist Church
Pastor Orvls Miller

Santa Rosa Baptist Mission r

Rev. Marvin Taylor LE ?

First Presbyterian Church
Orel Drive-OaTunlak Spc- Tim

OUlla Oayle heabyt.rlaii"cast W.. Taretkeld, Minister

gyihsssnna Read -
DeVtiatak" Spring. Via. T
Oayle W. Taralkatd.. Minister Interesting thing about a rope-it rarely becomes tangled;when. iV eerving THI CHURCH FOR ALL... "

Buchee V. Presbyterian Church' + < ..., some useful purpose. It stretches firm and taut. . reaching. .. bolding;, ALL FOR THI CHURCH "', '
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Church so tangled cant even find the ends. M earth far the buildta! of chuo-
lied Bay Presbyterian you tar and load cUlMnditpt.ihouM I . ..
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;. ,, Life is like that! For some folks it seems an impossible tangle-of conflicts vtronc Cburdi. wither deBDoracy ,
tfaiat Afatna'a _........ CaurafcBev. . . worries and disappointments. They haven't discovered how to devote.their-strand nor cMliastloa out ear dr a Tbar .. .. S.
George Mllam lour Bound senor why- ewer
of years to a vital, constant purpose. pcnoa ahoold- attend.mnlutu .*...

Circle rant Methodist Drive' West Church: Hut for others life stretches firm and taut from birth to Eternity The tangles are tarly: (1)and) for upport. hi*own the Cburch...... (S They) For ,' e
Rve. Lanjcdon( Garrison& disappear. as men reach across time to hold certain the truths by which God would hddJldna. ...... ca) Fe. ....... .
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C. Colvln :'.. Life without tangles . life with purpose . discover it in'Church next MIPP I't.' Plan to ao to church refolariy -
Winston Jay ,
Sund r..r!\ awl read yeur Bible daD,
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Darlington Methodist Church
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East lllchard napUaChurch Btoodwortn. Pastor .''*=,j k... L ., : I \ ; ft 1! (-1,

Baldwin Avenue Baptist Church:
W. Baldwin Avenue .
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W. L. Clark, Pastor .,. .

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Glendale Baptist ChurchJ. ,
B. Birmingham, Pastor ,

Um. Stone Baptist Church
Rev. Cony Black, Pastor ; i i.1

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Kenneth Wadle Pastor

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Red Kay Baptit CJltre Deuteronomy 1'ebenitah .lets Acts Romans Romans 1 Corinthians

1 Rev. T. R. Padgettewthwtd ': :.. s 11-:11: 6a; u 8:26..io: 37u st I1 13:8.14: 3:16: :3 ., '.," .

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Robert Knox PPastorDarustgtan


CIeu.. J.tyrt11W1 i... ILer1e.el/Vat ClMrra. These Religious Messages are Beina PnUMied Each Week in the DeFuniik' HeraU 'Sptnstred \

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NNsy Rev. Aubrey v..k11 Todd' ell alt'CRIOSB by FoliowinQ Interested Individuals and Itsincss EsMffishmeils:

J. W. StottNarT .....
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Owe rna. '.. Fisher Hardware Co. Fisher* Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M. Prescott

A 0000 HANOWAMX TORt rn.UMBINO HaATINORlyard
Pasta AeessahhrW. ell a..I
A Whltaker SIP IT BURNS OAt-CALL USTil -

-,m, .......-2 West tlaN A-M' ell .... LIVK OAK AVa. & C 0- .Pfnl7 WlmrI7.
Cary Rlcharda& T) ORIGINAL Bae er leeKinff .
,'fr ; Comander Funeral ChevroletCompany 1
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Springs Baptist a.- RDdardC.lS\

' 'i l. .... Harold Smith. Pastor S..... Peoples Water Service Da, .4Cy| F1In tare Co. Ilome'
;, +} Mosey Head Bap that Mytar. Company
: Creel| Ford Ce. MIMC** COMANOKM L. r. tx .
' Floyd Garrrtt, Pastor GAS .
$-I j: OIL Or COASTAL FLORIDA
WASHING GREASING
-I'';; .Argyle Baptist MlaalonBe Choctawhatchee
"" '; :i 1t- *. Lee RUng
.t. RITZ THUtVTRE: WCT .. '
: \, Department Electric Cooperative.lac. .
.. 4 Lea Stanley Baptist a.-' Henry Koerbe*
+, ; ll+N. Harold' R. PadgettMaaaaat Gof. Ready To MOMC OUT Or LIFK- Stora .
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}<;;,: Valley Bapia Ci itrt' YOU joy rrrm. UVMN
T..JR. Padgett. Pastor N. tk aT. EASIER LIYI",. WMKM WM. *
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High Honor Song leader: Pat Williams. "

PICK A PROJECT AMDTI7)) LEARN HAYS FUN DevoUonaJists: Marie Laird. "
NOW IS THE TIME TO Following is a letter received Council delegates Girl: Cathy
JOIN A 4-H CLUB HELP + OTHERS 4 Mr. Grady Clark from the FlorI Martin. ?IM DAS.r.io.01 IOPICS' j CaswellMotor
I I Ida Development Commission: Council delegates Boy: Larry I
I Tallahassee
z'=x VESTOCIC'CliTOAOLOGy : October 15, 1964I Bell.Mrs.. Clark led the discussion Year Doctor a UxtlciM.Yam ;
I Mr. Grady Clark and Mr. Tay- Uoel UMbeml Sooctv Md-th
'| of fair booths. She 1'1ericIe Medical. Awocwoon.
CArlDlJi '. 'DBA- Clark's Pure Service Sta. lor gave many pointers on our
% POUIfRY.H l.'C.4LtH i I 23rd Street and U. S. 90 West products which we shaU carry to SALTS ESSENTIAL TO
AcHICVcMCNrRAcrOlt I DeFuniak Spring, Florida the fair." We are all happy to ha.v BODY FUNCTIONSalt
HOME Ci r 1 Dear Mr. Clark: Mr. Taylor with us is the only, mineral SPECIALS
CONOMlCS/ i Congratulation being selected which men and animals instinctively
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PUBLIC Reporter, Cathy Young; either
$. seek to acquire
to
represent the State of Florida
WVIINa
for itself alone or to add.
.f' I a* an official Sun Host StaUon. News and
First Methodist Church to prepared foods Cheap 1959! Chevrolet
"- available in mOlt countries -
Rev. Langdon Garrison/ Pastor ream .
Incentive Awards Your scenic tour of Florida will salt .U referred to by Impala 4-Dr.-
4-H Friends, Members Join Forces, Educational trips, scholar begin with an Indoctrination period A Sub-District Conference. will medical& men at sodium chloride.
ships and awards: for outstanding at 8:30: ajn. October 20 hereIn Salt makes up a large part '
be held at the Bonifay Methodist of the mineral content of the $895.00
Expand Enrollment and Training .work in specific projects arc the Development Commission church November 9, ot 7:00: pjp boly.I One of the functions of :
given by other 4-H backers. headquarter, New State Office The purpose of the meeting-Is to salt is that of maintaining asa
They include: Allied Chemical Building Gaines Street. So that; table internal fluid environment -
discuss the new booklet 'Let'sTalk4ethodism 19.r.9 Buick 4Dr.
Members, leaders, friend of (-fl and the Cooperative Extension
Corporation, Arcadian Products we can provide accomoda.Uons for cell activity.
officials
your i : AU church -
Service are Joining forces to expand 4-11 Club membership in Allis-Chalroers Manufacturing Lots of salt is one of the
Dept; for this tour which w4U
in the nation. A concerted push is and, other, interested persons $795.00: )
every county and state Co., Farm Equipment tact through October 39please harmful factors in the case of \
noon urged to attend. ,
being made to offer 4-11 training to more boys and girls between 1 Division: : American Forest Prod. complete ,and return tbeDclo.ed -. Bjpe bursa: over a large area through
9 and 19 years of ace.;: ucts Industries, Inc..; Carnation, card. The.i Sunday evening' worship witch blood serum seeps out.
Current enrollment around duced along with home and Company;, Chicago Board of., We look to service begins at .7:00 p.m. and Much salt is given off from the 1956 Chevrolet ..
farwjprd cooperating in and for
body aweat. persona
members In 94,700 farm management;: I'ends-by BOO: pjn. A fitting! climax
2.224,500 Trade Cities Service Oil Company
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; with you to promotebetter tourisj Wio perspire a good deal when
Business firms which contribute to Sabbath is Attending $295.00)()
clubs.The the wor-
; E. I. du Pont de Nemours, relations in the State. doing muscular work in hot :
financial support to the services in God's House. The .
Cooperative Extension It Company: Inc. Elgin National Sincerely.Roger ,. frhjp environments, salt i is usually
Service heads the program;: and various programs have assisted Watch Company; ; Ell Lilly, singing! preaching and fellowship added to the drinking water.
Stake
U assisted by 362,000 men and Creatly in bringing about this and Company; HeUdorf & Nelson provide. an 'inspiring hour.During Mot living thing; animal
Executive. BAKER CASWELL
modernization, reports the National DirectorMr. October the following and vegetable, contain salt so
women who serve as unpaid volunteer I Farms, Inc. Hercules row
; ( Clark
chosen with
was that in the ordinary diet
leaders. Added to theseare 4-11 Service Committee.New classes, led in their, division in a reasonable
t der Company. five others out of the whole state amount of salt is nat-
more than l'&OOO older 4-H programs and sponsors Others attendance percentages The In. MOTOR CO.
humble Oil
are: & for this honor.) urally 'obtained. Reduction or-
have been added In
.. trainedin attempt fant I, Senior High. Grade 12 and
youths who ha' e been Refining Company; Ford Motor withdrawal of salt i is aometioiea,
junior lead"nbJp. to bring 4-H'ers areas of International the. Single Young Adult Class. indicated: In cues of high
Company Fund ,
During the last decade 4.11 learning that will aid them in Minerals and Chemical Corpora I GUndIe4-H( Club!; Schedule of Sunday Services: blood pre nre. In, certain .iilneis Free Parking
making vocational or higher 0:45 ajn. Church school. and often after operation
Clubs have been established in educational career choices. Uon; Moorman Mfg. Co.; Oliver The'Clendate 4-H Club held its 11:00: a.m. Morning worship. alt solution, i is, injected} : into: Air Conditioned. Show Room.
...urban and rural nof arm homes Corporation; The Pure Oil Com- organizational meeting Wednesday .
Some business firms and foundations -: p.m. the veins.Of
3:30 Youth Choir Rehearsal.
which today account for 92 per provide funds only for pany; Simplicity Pattern Co. I October 28. We elected our -the fifteen different minerals Easy Terms
cent of the total membership. Inc.; The Singer Company; The officers for the important to proper faneUMine -
following
college scholarships and for recognition year.Presidents :
0:00: p.m. Methodist Youth Fel- Iliway U. S. 90 West.
Science AddedConuquenUy of Individual members. Sill Foundation; Standard Kathy Brannon. of thehuman body, saltraoka.first
owship.7OO :: .
Brands Incorporated and Standard -
tome 4-11 programs Among them are: California Vice president: Jean McMlllon.
have been revised. to Chemical Company Ortho Division ! Oil Company (Kentucky. Secretary TreasureCathy. : p.m. Evening worship. I Iii Ii
%meet the needs of otT-the-fann ; Homelite. A Division,of If there is no 4-H Club !In the i
f members.More scientific exploration Textron Inc.; Massey-Ferguson community, parents or prospective --
,, now in carried on in near, I Inc.; Pyrofax Gas Corporation; members should write or .
ly all project. Training In economics Edwin T. Meredith Foundation; call their county extension office
Including producUon 'Sunbeam Corporation and The for Information advises the
and marketing have been intro West Bend Company. | Cooperative. Extension Service. I

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! Walton Men In Service SAMUEL D. BURGESS During the training recruits receive JOHN T. PARISH JR. Tile Count Brun tot and delicious refreshments
Casualty Ly Jerry Marcus were enjoyed by all
Army PFC Saumel D. Burgess, tests and interviews which Lieutenant Colonel John T.
I ).... CHARLES J. DAVIS son alt Mr.. and Mrs Sam Burgess,, determine their future asslgnments Parish Jr. son of Mrs. ohn T. The centerpiece featured choice
Charles *
,I .-. .. Mr. and J.. Davis 19, son of 20$ N. Eighth S;" DeFuniak: in the Navy. Upon completlng Parish Marlanna. is one of the sus.iuantas\
Mxs. William J. Davis Springs and other members of! the program they are a.- first two officers In the U. S. Air
Rt. 2. DeFuniak Springs, completed 1 the 11th Air Assault Division are i signed to service schools for tech- Force to be!> certified to .fly the to meet again on November 19
a 39 week at the home of Mrs Hans Eck-
warrant officer ; scheduled to participate in Rxeri -> Meal training or to ships and new fanjet C-141 Star Utter that
I ttlft < fixed wing aviator course at the i 1! else: Air Assault II The month- stations for on-the-Job training in was delivered Monday, October 19 -- -- manan. ,
}It Army Ala Aviation School Ft. Rucker. long field training maneuver will ft Navy rating; specialty. for operational use! by the MilitaryAir BIRTH ANNONUCEMENT
on October 9,
be conducted in the tri-state area 1 Transport Service.
I of Georgia North and South Car- MARY DOHBIETY
Davis was brained in t
various Dr and Mrs Ilarlcy Smith of
trying; techniques and the -Mna. from October 14 till Nov- Woman Marine Lance Corporal Colonel Parish has had a key
tacwirfiemployment Drcatiir
: Ga: have announced the
< 'ber 12. I Mary Dorrlety. laughter of Mr role In developing plans far .
; of: .
Army: ou.vauuu'NMI irrl\ al of n dnnuhter: Lourle born
and Mr!. Dewey Dorrlety of De- trainin MAT Sgcrews to fly the
utuity fixed wiu* utruuHe Burgess, a scout in Trop D, 3d Octfb :31 1984
of the division's( 17th Funlak Springs is serving as a new four-engine Jet that was
entered the /vimy in Sep Squadron Mrm::; !Ih Is the daughter of
member of Woman Marine turned over to MATS by the Air
Detachment tiri
tember 1C3 ana completed basic Cavalry will undergo extensive Mr. and Mr Richmond Smith of
In tactical and Two ot the Marine Force System Command Mondayin \
training at Ft. Jackson S. C. lie training support : DcFuntak Springs.
is a 1VO3 graduate of Walton l high problems during the exercise. ,I Corps Air Station Cherry Point Oklahoma.ceremonies at Tinker AFU. I j
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tthooL. Regularly stationed at Ft. Ben-, K.C.
ring, Oa. Burgess entered the Colonel Parish is the C-MI
"MARVIN t>. RIGDON Army last January and completedbasic JOHN F. RUSHING standardization officer at head-
Tfc
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I Pvt. John F. Rushin IR.
1'IItI' 'J&ted"-.noDe: the airmen who combat training at Ft. Polk.I son quorters of the Military Air
""'i f Penned staff I |i of Mr. and Mrs. Edward M Transport Service at Scott AFU.
sergeant at his AFU I La.The .
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Rushing Ponce de
r-\i. \;w I.:in-"Montana on October 1, 1964ivasltfarvtn 23 DeFuniak year-old Springs soldier high attended Leon completed South.an eight-week IllinoisA R E EOFFERS
lUgdon .This in.
powerman course' under the Re- graduate of Walton l .
high
!tr ::: 'formation: released : school
by CoL R. H.
11 \ terse; Enlistment Program at the school he attended Michigan StateUniversity !
:,xvWorreilJr*.. 'There .. Slat 'Bomb Wing.'twits CECIL R. EDGE I Army Engineer School. Fort Del. His wife Agnes is
',". iwt twenty-four A-1C Cecil R. Edge, volt Va. Oct. 13. the daughter of Mr and Mrs. \VJ. .
Staff
Sergeant
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j. toSp" During the course' Rushing received .
Laird t. J. DeFuniak
Springs
and Mrs W. N. Edge .lw
'A-TJr of Mr.
." Class ond In were up- son training in the operationand r? J
, ""* of Rt. 2. DeFuniak Springs, Is !
.)Iii. igtaded "to Airman "Second Class. maintenance of had ond ; '. FREE
"*'**.*$t. -=1.tarv1D-O.'Uiedon the son of: now on duty with a unit of the end maintenance of hand and .
v--. Mrs.-l1aivin Rigdon and the late U. S. Pacific Air Force in Viet engines and all kinds of electric: COMPLETE LINE Men's Matched

County Commissioner Marvin Nam. I generators. ZENITH HEARING AIDS SLACKS and
i lam. Rigdon of Red Sergeant Edge Is a food facilities lr JI+(ILawf
Fla.
Bay He completed' basic training at AND BATTERIES TO PIT
technician' and is helping Fort Jackson' S. C., and Is a 1WV4 ALL MODEL .iHCARINQ ".O THIN I SAID. MIUN CAttIS-{THAT WAS CIOII)-I .SAID WYovnti SHIRT SET
DELBERT V. LAWSON provide essential" support and graduate: of Ponce de Leon high AIDS MY rwiND YOUII VNOIMITANO THIN SKI SAID . ." WITH rUCHAM
Delbert V. Lawson services for USAF personnel who school. .
seaman. KING'S REXALL STORE Or ANY NIW
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. JohnV. are! training and assisting the I IIUU. The r........ ..w, --.
Lawson of DeFuniak Springs, Vietnamese In their fight against 1 McCULLOCHCHAIN
has talled'from'the United States communist asgrre lon. PACAF is 42JTOO WeN .11..... and 3.46O.OOO were Injured In i I SAW
"aboard the amphibious command responsible! for the training mission ,I Save! Save; Save! -- ---.- "KLONDISI, stataa a.. ei e .a.

a ship combat USS Taconic.training to operation take part called in defend and for the' providing U. S. and alrpowertc Its alliesIn Let us Install >our Heating 4i' OUR. Sa grove, leach flnrdcn I hundreds of violets she raises !In f>lo"II.ply.woorl n..combod Ions 1 1"IC""K" _.satsen r>ns. .Prov fobrlo....,Pwf.st rosdy

.' I the Pacific and Far East. Club Met Thursday her home in Panama City
Steel I
Pike in Spain. : System NOW Before the SHIM U of .tons-woorlnC Tot
The secant attended Walton I Mrs. Huebscher Is a member of au.lins.on Meltsabr1.. M ootore"Kloml
Ha .is a crewmember of the county schools He is married to I RUSH Start! The first meeting of the season the African Violet Society In 10 ....telt Ins ..ho. slacks... Sall.torttW .
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Taconic which is. serving as the the former" Barbara L. Borseth. of 1 ,. tt ,rS of the Seagrove heath Garden Panama City past president and tool
flagship of Rear Admiral George Minneapolis, Minn.JOSFPH w. y Club was held Thursday at the life member of the Dixie. and life
,I. W. Preasey. USN who. as Com I I V15i / i i t14 home of Mrs W J. Mathews, of member of the Natlonol African' S
\ mander. Amphibious( Group Two. W. FERRIS Sr was co-hostess. After the Violet Society., master African
will command several phases of Joseph W. Ferris, son of Mr. rAND Uy. M. O. -1h.dd.Y'' Warren Phillips Inlet Mrs C. If Moire Violet judge and cn-eilltor and
the operation. and Mrs. Leslie B. Ferris of Route business meeting conducted. by Art editor of the Dixie Society s
After taking part in the exercise 2. DeFuniak 5nrlns.. has been Louis Pasteur, a French Mrs. Cube McGee. president, Mrs quarterly magaslne. EMERGENCY
Joseph Andrews,
Taconic will visit ports inN promoted to Chief Petty Officer. schoolmaster must be considered secretary and Mrs. Max leaden of Jackson.
southern Europe before returningto CPO Ferris Is home at his pro- SAVE one of the greatest Mrs George Wilson 'treasurer" Ala, was Invited guest Mrs f:a:. LANTERN
to his psrents home the guest speaker Mrs Frank Paul, Schwark.'' of Kansas who .......
Norfolk. Va, In early Decem pertr next figures In the history of Huebscher formerly ., h. 1 el
was Intrtxiucet
ber. for the remainder' of this month ON medicine.! Although not a Mrs. Huebsvher City, now of Seagrove wet ( ;vi McCULLOCH
when he will report for duty at medical: man. Pasteur's effect gave African a comprehensive the new member and the follow ; "IeeeM.N"CMInCas
RUSSELL, FERRIS the USN Station at Davlsville FUEL program on vio ing regulars' were" present: Mrs ,.
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on medicine reached out let 1ft and rsises r- eld. wane
culture
enhanced' with color' .. ..
'..'. Russell R. Ferris photographic R. '. I In all directions, opening great slides of Yarned Unit Mrs Mary.. limns. sew scam wtI,." a .upe.M.. e/MMt/ ,
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interpreter third class USS. son new vistas of research and exhibits In Mower shows all Saucy Lantern ASSOIUTCLV PMCU.
:-f.: ... of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie D. Ferris JOAN M. SPATD I 1
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, ENJOY leading to establishment of ever this area She also .
WARM AIR HEATINO broughthlth
", .,1'} g+f Rt. 2. DeFunlsk Springs Is John M. Sr+atd' are 18, son of the highly Important field of her several varieties' of the f Mrs. Wilson poured coffee, Mrs MORE CUTTINGPOWER r
t participating In a training operation Mr. and Mm! Mitchell Boyd Spald AT ITS BEST WITH AN bacteriology -- "
- ,' called 'Exercise Union i Rt. 1. Frecport ha* begun basic -- !
Square" off the coast of California training. the Naval Training JbEmcNctaucf4r4AUTOMATIC Although a few probing
4..'. while serving aboard the attack Center Great Lakes! Ill J mind had long contendedthat McCULLOCH
1- aircraft carrier USS..Coral Sea The nine-week 1 training Includes -' many Illnesses. were due l\IAD'' -'rO.ORDEn 250 CHAIN SAW
, Training operations of this navnf orientation history' to infections It remained' for
type are held periodically to increase end organlratton. seamanship, WINTER AIR CONDITIONER Pasteur to supply definite uunnER STAMPS\ $1 S9.9R.,
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supplies rely on torvlce Drug ,. shat sew power. at a Nnan skrbNw .
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4 H FRED SAYS . \4 Grady Clark WinsA Martin.Reporter: Cathy Young. _f, L ,... ;
High Honor Song leaden Pat Williams.
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PICK A PROJECT AND . 1EARN HAVE FUN DevotionaJIsts! : Marie Laird. I
NOW IS THE TIME TO Following a letter received Council delegates Girl: Cathy ;
JOIN A 4-H CLUB HaP oTHEIRS i Mr. Grady Clark from the Flor- Martin. I gjopicsA ]. j i CaswellMotor
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: October 15, IBM Bell.Mrs.. Clark led the discussion S rrfa>e of Yo r Doctor at MxltctM.YOM .
L. I CNlollt C r I| Mr. Grady Clark vf fair booths. She and Mr. Tay- .........i.ec.1.t.l d.Cl M.4..caJ A.8 l Sonet eI.'_ mmd the
/ DBAClark's Pure Service Sta..
HCAI. lor gave many pointers on our
,"OIlL T/iy TH 1 23rd Street and U. S. 90 West products: which we shall carry to SALTS ESSENTIAL TO

Ac1ICVCM{ ,..,.,!, crOft j I DeFunlak Springs, Florida the fair. We are all happy to have BODY FUNCTIONSalt mineral
Dear Mr. Clark: is the only
Mr. Taylor with us. SPECIALS
r,_ / I IPrAKiNa which, men and animals Instinctively
1>tJBUceCONOMICS Congratulations on being selected ;
Reporter Cathy Young either
acquire
o to the 14t of Flor- : leek to
/ 1 I. represent SUt for itself alone or to add
...._ I .." -- .. 6 -f - tion.ida' as an official Sun Host Sta- First Methodist Church News to prepared foods. Cheap andreadily 1959:; Chevrolet
available in most countries -
Garrison, Pastor
4-H. Incentive ,Awards Your scenic tour of Florida,wil Rev. Langdon- salt U referred to by Impala 4-Dr"
Friends, Members Join Forces, Educational trips, scholar begin with an Indoctrination per- A Sub-District Conference will medic*) men at sodium chloride.
ships and awards for outstanding iod at 8:30 a-ro. October 28. hereIn Salt makes up a large part
be held at the Bonlfay Methodist of the mineral content of the $895.00
Expand Enrollment and Training work In specific projects are the Development Commission church November 9. ot 7:00 P...>. bOo IT. On of the functions of
They Include: AlUed Chemical Building, Gaines Street. So table internal fluid environment
Members leaden, friends of 4-11 and the CooperaUve Extension that discuss the new booklet "Let's 19f.9; ,Buick 4-Dr.
Corporation Arcadian Pl'OductaDep& for cell activity.
Service are Joining forces to expand 4-H Club membership In Allls-Chalmers Manufacturing we can provide your acconxyiatlons Talk Methodism? AU church officials Lots. of salt U one of the
; for this ,
tour .
which will" and other Interested persons $795.00)()
very county and state in the nation. A concerted push 1s Co. Farm Equipment last through harmful factors in the case o'l"ufIa : t
noon, October, 30 .. urged to attend.The .
being made to offer 411 training to more boys and girls between Division American Forest Prod, age : over large area through
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please complete and return the.enclosed .,
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0 and 19 years of age. ucts Sunday evening worship wit'ch blood serum seeps out.
Industries Inc Carnation,,
I with home and : card. Much salt .is siren off from the 1956 Chevrolet ..
Current enrollment is around duced along Board, service begins at 7:00 pan. and
Company Chicago of
; We look forw.ord to cooperatingwith body in sweat and for persons
94,7001
2,224,300 members In farm management. Trade Cities Service Oil Company cndsuby, BiOO; pjn. A fitting climax
; you to promote:.better tourist I w io perspire a good deal when
clubs. Business firms which contrib to Sabbath ta attending worship $295.00BAKER )()
the
E. J. Pont
; du de Nemours,, relations In the $Gtte. I doing; muscular work in hot
ute financial.support to the in God's House. The
The Cooperative Extension fc Company' Inc.; Elgin National SincerelyRoger services environments, salt U usually
Service heads the program, and various programs have assisted Watch Eompany; EU Lilly, < singingV<< preaching and fellowship added to the drinking water.
U assisted by 362,000 men and greatly in bringing about this and Company; Helsdorf tt Nelson Stake., provide an Inspiring hour. Most living things, animal
CASWELLO. [
modernization reports the Na Executive DirectorMr. and vegetable, contain salt .o
women who serve as unpaid vol. Farms Inc; Hercules Pow During October the following
unteer leaders. Added to theseare tlonal 4-H Service Committee.New : ( Clark was chosen. with claases, led In their division in that in the ordinary diet a rcasooable
der.Company,
five others out of the amount of salt is nat
more than J'&OOO older "4-11 programs and sponsors whole state rttepdfince percentage! The In'ant MOTOR i
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Others Humble Oil ..
: for this honor.) urally -obtained.> Reduction or
have been added In an"attemptto '
youths who ha'* been trainedin Refining Company; Ford Motor I, Senior High. Grade f2.and withdrawal of salt is sometime, .
junior leadership. bring to 4-H'era" areas ()f the, Single Young Adult Class. indicated .1i i in cases of high
Company Fund International
learning that will aid them in ; Glendale( 4-H Club,, .
During the last decade 4-H Minerals and Chemical Corpora. I Schedule of Sunday Services: blood preffure. In, certain illness Free Parking.
making vocational or higher 9:45 Church school. sod often after operation.,
: a.m.
established in
been
Clubs have '
Uon Moorman Mfg. Co. OliverCorporation !
and rural noa-fsrm homes educational career choices. ; : The Glenda 4-H Club held its 11:00: .,m. Morning worship. salt solution, U.. injocted into Air Conditioned Show Room.
Durban ; The Pure Oil Company organizational
Some business Anna and foundations meeting Wednesday the veins.
which today account for 92 per provide funds only for ; Simplicity Pattern Co. > October 28. We.elected our 5JO p.m. Youth Choir: Rehearsal. Of'the fifteen different min. Easy T'eems'' -
cent of the total membership. Inc.; The Singer Company"; The I officer for erals important to proper fonctiaoinjt -
the
college,: scholarships and for recognition following yeanPresident
8-00 Methodist Youth Fel- Hiway U. S. 90 West
Science AddedConsequently : of Individual members. 5&II Foundation; Standard : Kathy Brannon. : p.m. of.tbt. ,human body,.saltrasksJkat.
some 4-H pro- Among them are: California Brands Incorporated and Standard Vice president: Jean McMlllon. lowshIp.
*\.grams have been revised to Chemical Company, Ortho Division Oil Company (Kentucky). Secretary Treasurer Cathy 7:00: pm Evening_ worship. I''

'.meet the needs of off-the.farm ; Jlomellte. A Division. If there Is. no .4-H Club In the
members. More scientific exploration Textron Inc.; MasseyFergusonInc. community, parents or prospeo -- -
now is carried on in near .; Pyrofax Gas Corporation; five members should write or --- -- ------
r ly" all projects. Training In economics Edwin T. Meredith Foundation; call their county extension office l I
"' Including production Sunbeam Corporation and The for Information, advises the
and marketing have been Intra- West Bend Company. j Cooperative Extension Service.

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VOLUME 'PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA THURSDAY. NOVEMBER:\ b. 1964
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Walton MM In Service SAMUEL D. UURGESS During the training recruits receive JOHN T. PARISH JR. i Tile Casualty ount Bnm tea, and delicious re-
byJerryMarcus: frcshnttniscro enjoyed by all
Army PFC SftHimel D. Burgess tests and interviews which Lieutenant Colonel John T.
CHARLES J. DAVIS son of Mrs. and Mrs. Sara Burgess determine their future assignments Parish Jr. son of Mrs. ohn T. The centerpiece featured Choice
Charles J. Davis 19. son of blossoms of Mn Mathew's sus-
205 N Ktghth St.; DeFunlak in the Navy. Upon completing Parish Marlanna. is one of the
Mr. and Mrs William J. Davis 'luantas The meeting adjournedto
Springs, and other members of the
program they are assigned *
1 first two officers in the U. S. Air'
Rt. 2 I .
DeFunisJt Springs com' meet again on November 19
the llth Assault Division to service
Air are schools for technical -
Force to be certified' to the
pleted a 39 week warrant officer I fly -- ... at the home of Mr. Hans Eck-
scheduled to In Exer-
I participate training or to ships and new fanjet C-141 Star Lifter that
fixed wine avUtor course at the t cite Air Assault II. The month- stations for on-the-Job" training:; InC was delivered Monday. October IB -- o-: manan. st
Array Aviation School, Ft. Rucker long field training maneuver will Navy rating specialty
for operational by the
use MilitaryAir
Ala BIRTH
on October 9, ANNONUCKMKNT
be conducted in the tri-state area Service. ----
Transport
Davis. was Uaincd in various of Georgia North and South Car-1 MARY"I; jffirETY Dr. and Mrs.
"'1na till Nov- Woman Colonel Parish: has had Harley Smith of
frying technique from October 14 Marine Lance Corporal a key
and the Wuc:. t Dvcatur Ga.. have announced the
'employment of *'- bar 12. I Mary Dorrlety. daughter of Mr role in developing plans for .
Army oUtervauoufcua arrival of
n daughter, Lourie. born
Libby fixed W*..*; uucrwtk.. Burgess, a scout in Trop D. 3d and Mrs. Dewey Dorrlety of De- trainin MAT Sccrews' to fly the October 31, 1964
He .catered' the AJ buy in Sep Squadron of the division's 17th Funiak Sprinrs, Is serving as a new four-engine let that was Mn Sm th I is the daughter of
member of Woman turned over to MATS by the Air
Marine De-
tember 1903 ana completed basic Cavalry will undergo extensive Mr. and Mr Richmond Smith, of
.training at Ft. .jftckson, , S. C. lie training in tactical and support tachment Two ot the Marine Force System Command Mondayin I I DeFuniak Spring ;'
ic a Itna graauAie of Walton hi&nschool. problems during the exercise. ,,I Corps Air Station, Cherry Point ceremonies' at Tinker AFH
.. Regularly stationed at Ft. Ben- N. C Oklahoma.

*.*ng, Ga. Burgess entered the Colonel Parish is the C-141 11Jv
'"bCARVIN D. RIGDON Army last January and completedbasic JOHN F. RUSHING standardization officer at head
U't; tttof Thisi
Exciting
Listed combat training at Ft. Polk.' Pvt, John F. Rushtnt. IB, sonI
-among the airmen who quorters of the Military Air
do nkd staff sergeant at his AFB La 1|1of I I I Rushing Mr. and Route Mrs.South.Edward Ponce M.de Transport Service at Scott AFD
,to"Idontana ''on October 1, 1934wasVarvtn The 23 year-old soldier attended IllinoisA FREEOFFERS
Leon
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O. DeFuniak Springs high
JUgdon .This in-
powerman course under the Rererre graduate of Walton
high
( ?.. :formation 'released by Col. R. H. school Enlistment Program at the
he
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school Michigan State
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91ft Womb Win .'
..' 'There -.was : CECIL R. EDGE I I Army Engineer School. Fort Belvolr. University lila wife Agnes,, Is
t twenty-four; A-IC Va.. Oct. 15. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W
+i... "pTttnwted'to'staff,,,1 ninety-four to Staff Sergeant Cecil R. Edge,
During the! course Rushing received J. Laird t. 3. DeFuniak Springs }
'A-TIrtit Class>owl 109''' son of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Edgeof
were upZlade training in the operationand -
.. : 2'to AlrfuM 'Second: Class.itarvlwD.'Bigdon't Rt. 2. DeFuniak Springs is maintenance of had and 'I.Ssw.tAWthwJ. '. FREE!
: : ; the son of now on duty with a unit of the and maintenance of hand and .
Mrs.-t2! rvin RIgdon and the late U. S. Pacific Air Force in Viet engines, and all kinds of electric COMPLETE LINE Men's Matched

County, Coramlsftioner Marvin I Nam.Sergeant. I(I generators. ZENITH HEARING AIDS SLACKS and
Rigdon' of Red Bay Fla. Edge is e food facilities He completed basic training at AND BATTERIES' TO PIT
] technician and is helping Fort Jackson, S. c.. and Is a 1904 ALL MODEL .tHEARINQ SO THIN I SAto HUSH CAMTIK-{THAT WAS ClOtlVtAKJ, W SHIRT SET
DELBERT V. LAWSON provide essential support and graduate of Ponce: de Lean high AIDSKINQ' Yotru MY rwiNO. YOUIL UNOIMTAND, THIN SMI *AK> . .*' WITH rUBCMAHO
Delbert V. Lawson: seaman. services for USAF personnel whore school.
REXALL STORE ANT NtW
liSN. son of Mr. and Mrs. JohnV. training and assisting the -...- TfteTrawf*... leWp S.n*. '

Lawson 'of 'XMFuniak Springs Vietnamese In their fight against H_ :...--=- ---- \ McCULLOCHCHAIN
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KM tailed 'from the United States communist aggre: "-sion. PACAF is 42.700 were killed e>nd ?,"60.000 WeN Inured 'In y I SAWKAVAK"
"aboard the amphibious command responsible for the training mission Save! Save; Save! ;xLONOnet sLACKS .n N S N,,
'' and for providing alrpowertc .p v Co,4'b.d sat.., 1.brle, i $...tIttGn.
combat fchlp USS Taconte training to operation take part called In- defend the U. S. and its allies Let us Install jour heatingSystem t" Seagrme Ileach Garden hundred uf violets the raises In to _...'.1 ....,,".. f"re-cUf'. ...... 1w ni
in the Pacific: and Far East. .. 1 O'UR Club Met Thursday her. home In Panama City
Steel
Pike In Spain. :NOW lkfore the 4( SHIRT I I. at Iert..Ihy T
The sergeant attended Walton I .Jirl t Mrs. Hueb-cher I Is a member oi *. aurllniton M.ili. faorM.' tn tare
He Is a crewmember of the county schools>> lie Is married to RUSH Starts! The first meeting- of the seasonof the African Violet Society In to ....te" in* 'Ktontfih." .!.eh.*. Sw
Taconic which .U serving as the the former Barbara L. Borseth of t.\ the Seagrove Beach: Garden Panama. City past president and fo itU. toot
flagship of Rear Admiral George Minneapolis Minn.JOSEPIt ; Club was held Thursday at the life member uf the l>l lxl. and life
W. Fressey. USN who as Commander t l g i iw ; home of Mrs ''I. J, Mathews of member of the National African a
Amphibious Group Two. W. FERRIS Sr was co-hostess. After the Violet. Society matter African
'will command several phases of Joseph W. Ferris, son of Mr. J llyi M. O. -Iluddjr- Warren Phillips Inlet Mrs. C. II. McGee Violrt' Judge and coedltor. and
the operation. and Mr*. Leslie B. Ferris of Route business meeting, conducted: by oUt editor'! of the Dixie Society aquarterly
After taking the DeFunlak SnrinKs. has been Mrs' Cube McGee. president Mrs magazine
part tn exercise 2. AND Loula Pasteur a French" EMERGENCY
Joseph Andrews, "
Taconic will visit ports In promoted to Chief Petty Officer. schoolmaster must be considered secretary and ; Mrs. Max linden' of Jackson
southern Europe before returningto CPO Ferris Is home at his property SAVE one of the greatest the Mrs. Gf'OrpVI1.Cft.. treasurer, I Ala? was invited guest,. Mrs LANTERN
Norfolk, Va., In early Decem next to his parents" home figures in the history of Hucbscher.guest speaker Intrtxtuced.Mrs. Mrs. Frank I Paul Schwark. formerly of Kansas _Ii _It.. '.........
ber. for the remainder of this month ONJEL medicine Although not a was City, now of Seagrove, woa McCULLOCH
I when he will report" for duty at medical man Pacteur'a effect lluebscher gave a comprehrnnlve -. the new member and l the following .... ......." .. .
RUSSELL FERRIS the USN Station at Davlsville. on medicine reached out culture program, enhanced on t African violet regulars were prevent, !Mrs., C.nt. 1ft ens.N.c. ,. ..- sad. ....
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many of her prl e win.) Charles. d eI .'_ yell gbh, ,100 tntMt.ncr
Mr Nelson
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son new villa of research and ning exhibits In flower shows allC'v.r L'"'. aIOLunL" rata
of Mr. and Mr*. Leslie D. Ferris JOHN M. SPAID leading to establishment of this I Stiver.
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ENJOY WARM AIR HEATING area brought
Hof Rt. 2. DeFunialc Springs, isparticipating John M. Staid> ace 18. son of the highly Important field) of with her several varieties of the I Mat Wilson poured 1 1 t in training operation - Mr. and Mr*. Mitchell Boyd Spald. AT ITS BEST WITH AN bacteriology. --- -------- -
4 called "Exercise Union Rt. 1. Freeport has begun basic !
Square" off the coast of California training nt 'the Novel Training AwEmCANtwufarcfAUTO Although a few probing
4- while serving aboard the attack Center Great Lakes, III. I I mind had long contendedthat McCULLOCH
C aircraft carrier USS Coral Sea. The nine-week training Includes MAn c many illnesses were due l\IADI\ -'l'O-OHDER 250 CHAIN SAW
Training operations of this naval orientation history to Infection. It remained for
type are held periodically' to increase end organization seamanship WINTER AIR CONDITIONER Pasteur to supply definite RUBBER STAMPS $159.93
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the combat readiness of ordnance and gunnery military evidence that the germ' -theory ..? \t'/.ee..M.Tr a.e. =
fleet units. drill, first aid and survival ]t Uaisect. t,.<.Mlit'''| tfwltaf of disease was accurate ROTARY STAMPS\
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last.tid Supplies rely on Service Drug eMM ..'M e es at w4'IN, ...... ,
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SoybeansWanted "TTila week's household hint* DEFIANCK D.te.at. Bete entll,' .ne Mwtl .WIN
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Prescott Plumbing & Cellophane tape strips' placed
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: -VOLUBIE\ 73-:.PUBLISHED!_ !' EVERY THURSDAY .- ______ DeFUNIAK! SPRINGS- ,-FLORIDA __ __ ______ -_ __ __ __ THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 5 5., 1964 VOLUME 'PUBLISHED. EVERY THURSDAY _____DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA.. THURSDAY..\'\". NOVEMBER\ 5 G.. 196-1&
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- __ 1t: : ..THINGS DeFunialc: _ARE_____Springs__BUZZING________ % IN N ___-_______ ,__ p __ t [ County Oscar_:_Agent's_Harrison' Notes

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,u _______________ Walton.. .. Csunty.... ..."rri. of Cpnm"' ''''",.......r. "..Par rtli.,.f

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______ COMMUNITY SING THURSDAY ber II and until.\ noon Tuesday" ",
___. : .4 I AT____FAIR___ November Tuesday:: :afternoonAll 1 JO 0. Judging. will be

- I _A'i_____,_. *tw:4: __V _4 '/ C oca C 0 I Ia CandyBalloonsBubble d ___________________ 0 _____ ________________.__ -- ,.!, l# _____ I GRAND\ PRIZE. i I West Lovers. ;Florida. of ''C gospel and South I singing Alabama from bo\entered. livestock'' oil. Tuesday and. poultry morning' will,

. ,4. iII ___ t'' _______ ________ 5CKOOO.. I will .gather at the Walton, County November LIME\ AND r 10.FERTILIZER. CLINIC
II ; STAMPS. \ I Fair Thursday night November>r .
Gum __ ,, All farmers- ranchers and business -
I :_r __ I __ ---I.' ..-. I.singing 12 for a Those full two In hours charge.of will gospel"be men of. \alton\ county, are
__ __ urged to attend a lime and ferti
I !Howard Jones. R. E. Harrison andS
Technical Sergeant C. J. Hill the Tactical Air Command mission .-, .. Come In and Join the l'un-U. r.rrKht'd-\\'ln' \\' Grand Prize .. lUer' Clinic that will be held at
at the
(right), son of Mr. and Mrs... J.M. J.I (cf)t providing firepower and. Lolly L II Fri. Sat.S Thurs. Fit S Sat. I T. will Peacock.be Mrs.Assisting C. M. Jenkins., the County.. Agent. Office at 700:
& piano
Pops
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.Hill. Panama City. 1.1.1 I presented other.rlr' support to U. S. Army,I 1. _d .. Stamps lire radio broadcast from store prize and euprtM'8--' I Mr.. Warren Wright 'and Mrs. r.m' November 17.
a HoUoman certificate: AFB of. N.achievement M.. -, Forces. ______ Save on outstanding Values through Out (the Store.' I Grace Davis. How.!. .!to_,_read..your,.r soil.?....._.sample.. :......=..
at A of Blountstown high -- -- wnen' on ncwi'" umv. w
I graduate ;.J//IIIF// ;you
Sergeant Hill, a ,munitions. school, the sergeant has 14 ,years. .' _-__________________________________-________ w . AU .singers. are urged to books.attend much\ fertilizer will pay off on
maintenance supervisor receivedthe + I and bring your favorite ? These and
military service. ) Walton county crops
. award .in recognition of his This wife, Doris., .is the daughter . e. ';:t The: .fair r building:; will: be :open many other :subjects will.be. dis
';. election as Outstanding Maln- of Mr.and Mrs.L .M.. Strick'Iii 0a'Sunday, afternoon from 1 1:00: until (cussed.' Free refremhmentJ\ Makework
)>' ,j Jtcnance.' Supervisor of the. Quarter' land. (of)t 1503 Lincoln Ave. CoL 1 Ctns. 0 .6OO: p.m. for those who wish to note of this and plan now to.
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*'a.t t Yokota. Ha was chosen for theo . I II !: booths All exhibits attend., November 17 at TOO: pm.In
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Fran CollIns 386 th Tactical: on their
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honor for his outstanding duty Fighter Wing<< commander. Hollo- ) Coca Col I 3 King 'I I will be entered'' Monday.. Novem-' the County Agent's' (office.(
.r::. *t x duct.performance. Ills present and exemplary unit' supports)< con-. man, makes the presentation.' ; HOT a Size: ______________ I IRTH ANNOUNCEMENT LEGAL_, _NOTICES

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Walton Men In Service: ..
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Walton Menus ,1 I C. Neft of NOTUK.( ...i">.r siiEHirt-a.. ...UL*.
Army Pvt. Jerald. A. Grant, 23ton Nevembep, 9 C.11 1. SALE CHOICE BEEF .)!',. I Nashville.Mr. and. Tenn.Mrs...Robert have announced med...Mottrw.<"'"II"!'." h AnU.f.r...b,'-515511-l%'.' '.Mhrtft'. lh ol I. HowCOUNTRY Walton .-'-
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of Homer W. Grant Rt. 2 2. John Richmond $ riortii''. by-. vIrl.%% of
arrival of :
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MILL =ISO\ :* rUt':$n% th u'sU t Claim'... '
Ponce da and other' % ;
Leon mem ,, ,
Monday-Mashed 'potatoes and I I born October r 30 1964. \rf4ruIMM) wo.una'_*. .). .. on Oe,.. .-...
4.her of the lit Infantry Division meat bails. Hamburgers, English. I Mrs. Neff Is the daughter of aa.1. ,'IKM',,' l ic ''h c.ri.u,, \ e.u.s>. .,ttomla
were Exercise scheduled. Gold Fire to participate t t., a 10-dby.in.,.I peas Playboy. orange cookies. and, rolls pineapple, .milk.salad. Mr.DeFunlak. and Mrs.Springs.Richmond.('. Smith of .l.na4tt.:.'..':..:"fc*%,'MM'In'.:said....t.Mrh.'I'>.'iMo,. *nmwl,I.s.d" :(ton,$.*.':,.ll,,1an4\.U mrHtlnll'r wsm.:.u esI .-.>

'.ducted arc field! Wood training In the, Mb.vicinity exercise, beginning of to Ft.be Leon-Octo-con- and Tueiday stlcj.cheese. cabbage.'-sandwiches Turkey, carrot and with and rice,potato torn ham:- ROUND STEAK'& Lb. t t... DOGSEach 0 0 C S SYRUPSPARKLO S T H U P No.5 5 3 9 tr Lite FluffBiscuitsCnn I Joseph W. Ferris., son of Mr, .*.pr'n.seI'.:::''si:bMi Sotail:.nubIM,"plotsis.,.bl4l4f,..',ho.i,.,.,*.aurtuut...during.(.or..*,...*=.)..*(to,"l.el%.Ia..'Lu u'ah....>,I.5UIU&.hour.IU'I ....",.'\::.,: :ortultow:'
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with Joint Task Force S.dSIi.; .I t u) NC. :>
Sioux era Ferris recently' \ visited' hereto
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one of tho combat. forces Involved* Wednesday-Out for Nov. 1 llth B 5 5c C I.. pick- up his. family preparatory nut: :":.:e ..i.! .si, -' 01 "iwiihi''.... r
the Thursday Raavloli with meat .varil. "V'5t5
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exercise. About 20,000 men to moving to his station atDavlsvllle. : : ,
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sauce hot dogs and pickle sticks/ I ,. .. ,...
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will 11 take part in the maneuver. .. .. ... R. I. 41 toft*> 1.11..1 t*
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Grant .is regularly stationed .t< green. beans fruited 'jello rolls SIRLOIN STEAK Limit t Plra- I
Ft. flue,', Kansas* ., with Company milk. Lb. No. t
,. C. 1st Battalion of the divisions' Friday-Fish squares, hamburgers "
28th Infantry. He .entered. the ., lettuce. ,, and tomato salad, .io 89c MUST SEI IAIA!!
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Army in December 1983 and completed succotash potato sticks corn :
., basic training at Ft.. Polk, muffins., apple, milk. 5 c. h I Jug
La.He T1IESB-: HOUSES S ANI> LOTS.. 'WILL..
high'school was' graduated I In., 1959 from and workedfor Walton I CHUCK STEAK .. f ALABAMA ''t.. . ':-.: HE SOld) DURING) 'T1IK' NEXT" '
the Chemstrand Co., before : : '
t'I' f entering the Army.LIBRARY .L "'. .' FEW, DAYS.) ANY REASONABLE' '

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It A correction' should be made to ----- Air Conditioned Throo Bedroom('(
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4 the article(' In last. week's'. paper' E Evtrybodyt II at I B.itin;' I MEAL E A I Bag 2 9 c located\
Lot Conveniently
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I f A rather memorial. than' was Mrs.also D.. .given Stuart' to Glllls Mrs... WED..TIIURS..FHJ.DOUWLE ,. ,. < Made. with Real. 'Koaey;. '4'' I r. Fltt.Gpulc Floor** __________?_?
I Glllls hut year.. FEATURE SHOULDER Large 'Three Bedroom Homo \with
t Mrs Paul,, Teelln.. President. I 39c remodeled'
Ladles... Library Association: y-- I LUZIANNE R. T. Eggs Largo Lot. Completely
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watches- know .' ) Remodeled.( ( _

your jeweler GROUND BEEFLbs. WEBB'S' BEST .' Normal down payment., 1'Financing'
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VOLUME PUBLISHED': fiVERT Tmjjt3ijAY DeFlTNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 19 M ,',
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J'ofmnathemselves in fatal harmony;
f, THE 'DeFUNIAKHERALD That while she with her eyes my heart I I r

;;': Combined with THE BREEZE doth bind 24 Hour r

DeFunlak Springs Florida She with her voice might captivate my
Published Every Thursday at 'mind, r
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DeFuniak Sprines, Florldat I could have fled from one'but singly fair; DEPOSIT SERVICE WHY ,
'. Completely Covers Walton County Trading Area ,
My disentangled soul itself might save.Breaking ,
From Alabama to th* Quit of Mexico: '
the curled trammels of her hair; PLANT ) I
Second-Class Postage Paid
But how could I avoid to be her slave
II. C. STORES Publisher 1024-1083 .5 Thieves have ,
Whose subtile art invisibly can wreathe t NIGHIDEPOSITORYUse.our
HOWARD STORRS, Editor, Publisher r IDEAS I
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My fetters of the very air I breathe? : eyes

SUDSCRIPTION: It had been easy fighting in some plain convenient envelope drop. ._. 1-on-g" oars. . ',
Walton and Adjoining Count las._.13.00 Per Year IM aTB'epecial'yac-
Where victory might hang In equal choice A
Other ...13.80 Per Year ; No key is necessary. Deposit suppliesare these
tive during vaVnVGLMS -
But all resistance against her is vain r
Who has th' advantage both of eyes and furnished and your receipt will 1 cationmontfe/Sothe
:Menace To The Free Press '
voice less you show of vala'ables -
"A free press is free only so long ras 'it ; be mailed the following day. them
,.11__ -the more<
:And all my forces needs must be undone I
Is free from the interference of :govern.ment" IJIUUD of
in one
She having' I you safeguard'
19ained both the wind and sun.
-Andrew BANKBYMAILAsk our safe deposit aeetr- r
Marvell\ .
The words are those of Stanford'Smithgeneral oOo . the less likely your home> Is f.
manager of the American news- us for free bank-by-mail envelopes. 'be
'to burglarized.
Gems of Thought-Service ; ,.
paaper Publishers Association. He added, Ev.ery"mal1 box is 'teller's, Window. 1 .
Forget' self in
laboring for mankind.
"Unfortunately, In these days bf complex i. !
newspaper operations, government can Interfere -EddyAUservlce
with a free press without '!the necessity ranks the same with God.Browning. Rent a safe deposit !box here now

of license. The 'newspaper business l . of very small cost I
The manner of. giving! is worth more than CAWTHON STATE BANK
can bo subjected to pressures not anticipated 1;
in the Constitution. the gift. Corneille I< DeFUNIAK'SPRINGS, FLA.

The free press has been 'destroyed-in TSmall!: service is true service while it lasts.Wordsworth THE FIRST NATIONAL ..BANKMember
nation after nation I In, modern times. 'lAnd, "Member
as Mr. Smith emphasized, the U. S. Government We are here to'add what we can do, not Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. FeflenU Deposit Insurance Casp.raU1iTMo
''tu Vet what we cdn Life. ...
has taken certain 'steps In the Barrio from -Osier -

direction. A salient example is ,a market oOo J -
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news service which the Department of, NationalVarm'City> Week

Agriculture started last August.'It)operates) Nothing does more to breed suspicion I

In direct competition with private ,neWs 'than"ignorance. That is true of relationships': -'
agencies. All contracts for the service are 'between ''nations. And it is true, as well, of -

continually subject to the approval of the ,country.theattitudes of diverse groups within a 'b4 MOiWLS 1 () M \ r ,I' IJ l J Y N () '," l\ !\ I.. S \\ l !
Department, and it can cancel them when- F
ever it so pleases. In other words,It'has full The 'corollary is that 'nowledge produces
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power of censorship, and the service can be understanding. And that is the reason for f4 "
used as an instrument of government'pro- the 10th annual observance of National l: : i

paganda. ''Farm-City Week which Is to begin this year T f

i This is just one more proof of the 'fact 'on the 20th of November'and end on the ( ", _'

that b.lg? government Is the enemy of free- 26th, Thanksgiving Day.'It will consist, as
\ dom. We don't live under a dictatorship yet. before, of a week'long scries''of events aim- ,_ ,"' .,.. "i illH! _'-

J' But we have been moving, step by step, In ,ed at bringing about better Understanding
that direction. And only an informed and between 'the urban and rural segments' of r, Z,. ;wgID r

aroused public can put a halt in the ominous society. "" ,, ,.j
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The : JJ.L' ; : 1'w '
trend. observance will be primarily local in I
J --oOo character.: ,But, It '.is a national effort directed AJI a I : '-.. l I IY { a
A Commercial Fable by the National Farm-City Committee
"Advertising adds to the'cost'of: the products made up of representatives of more than I ...J.o ;; .

we purchase.."-E. William Henry, 150 businesses, industries, farm,'professional ...... : i
chairman Federal Communications Commission. , trade, church youth and''' service groups,

educational institutions, governmental agencies
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Once upon a time some citizens of a prosperous ,publiahers'and broadcasters. Kiwanis

.< country began to grow increasinglycriUcSTof 'International? ...again 'will serve a* the coordinating \
%. .the qUallty' and :quantity of ad- agency. 'And; < "it pant'precedent FTO1R-FLO WASHER .7. FILTER"F1rWASHER!

vortlniiiff on the airwaves, in magazines and means anything, the Week is destined to' *
The they thought about it, 'be smashing last NEW MINI- BASKET
t"" elsewhere. more a success- year, for instance '
If' the cost . .Datignal' I for Dependability
r the more they began to wonder ,It observed In'more than 10,000 J
I,? of all that advertising weren't being'Yeflect- ''U. S. ''and Canadian communities, and FAfcftS:WtTER-FLO: WASHING SYSTEM Fir Washabte I

cil in the prices of things advertised. tically everyone In :English and Pr&c-I *, .rMWN. 12-POUND'CLOTHES CAPACITY : ..
Maybe If there were less advertising;they, peaking I North America read -r'- that ylit rI r
reasoned, prices would be WWer. 'Then If heard 'about It, or saw pictures concerningit. ----S -f-- 5- *' I
there were no advertising at all'why' VouW- _.1* Lint fun cnl ncapt.trtpptd NevefDat..

n't prices be at their lowest? So they persuaded What will go' on during the \\'ek-7 The r"" lh.. fiitsr.by PvwtrfulWMhinf flM holts In MaCr\klNeWa.k '.
their government, wtil h''wds''kmpathetic I'list 'of events Is long and impressive. Businessmen "" """ action laundtrs ; .

to their views, to 'ban"nU"advertising. will tour farms, and farmers will big ctaan.12-pound load.tmty Oefore!

tour factories and cities. Banquets and
''Soon 1 ixsople notice dTV rind radio' ..taUona luncheons will be given in honor of farmers. ,
were cutting back' on' their broadcast agricultural" officials, and rural youth. Joint St sl Tssrsrsera WAS hlWel. .

time; without ad revenue, more-and more of meetings will be held 'between farm and :ltRlu Tsaprtl rn t

them began going off the air entirely.''News- city :people, and views and Information will I f .
T\ papers and magar.lnell'ralsed thelrr prices'so be exchanged. County agents will demon. t ;s. Lead Custom Car Features Includes

sharply that most people bought them only strate new farming techniques. School programs p ; ti1'llfrMee .3 Cycle-2 speed e 3 Wash. .2 MimaTemperatures

l on special occasions. will be"dedicated*to the purposes of, .Water Saver Load
In Ohio, an inventor developed 'a 'radical 'the Week 'and church1''*efvices will ,stress' ] 3 "t I SelectionMUMtfc a Cold Wash-Cold" Rinte

4 now engine In his. basement workshop and .the ,Farm-City Interdependence theme.! .M+a k

triedU)n>ducln* It on his own. Without ads. Newspaper*, TV and radio will give space, $249Mee(1tWA450Y "Only '2,69
hoWt'Vel'. % he could not line up enough volume time and editorial notice. .
L
.4; 'to permit an attractive price. He ,waa Last year, in his endorsement of the ', ."' ., 'I '-'"W .

going to call some manufacturers to1 try to '*. &NMIkndllt* purposes, the ''late President! .. !
get' One of them to take over tfeevbhf, >JHuillt.XeWedy. .aaid: . 1 request that
but an alert' poM -man warned. hlm*ef .USe ttre' tojiitert of labor unions, civic assoclaNtftbJIileiheM -.

penalty 'for word-of.month'advertising.. < group' and women' club, "
\ ; The manufacturers: had len ,loktng Interest - and i'ttrcoBumera!} join In this observance, iTwnpt ratu* flCMtrol One Full caileJ r, '
hi Innovations and-*..p odl Bta'.anyway : oflbng'%itht farm and other rural people assnide
s I'' since they could'liot' 1'"""",' MiHibout I *. of the interdependence and the All.Deterpnt i

i them. They went'tnt'produelttg-the same old strong' tie that bind rural hand urban citizens. _UGH SPEED DRYER .

u car. and washing machlhea, and + people .".And there i I. no doubt that the need FREE 1.
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went on buying them-*>ut"*>nly t**'#|>la. *Mr*>tl.";*Vtdet/ possible participation grow'
t out.'tlM' ee"*.arteR t I\M-\ with t'ast1itRes'ikith With the purchase
producta that gore .down llfeattr. each 'panning year CtotHM{ *......*t with the correct
lleaded
; and employment oon all manner of social economW -
,>, Ing deere'.f dryness far maintaining l sl59 of '
ward. ''--il lrtttf' >ol\lcl Implication*, are taking place 1f lift. No harsh overdry- any .
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About the only thleVe'tttat'wet'e'bottlttwi' "*in rfaiiidHj."' In Industry, and in labor Too''
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Ina'were the 'governat4dit's, .-ltaft programs ,*Y>ffrn1tfcY are adequately-understood by the -he'tllnt+p = 6E Washer'ThE

which dldnVwd'' hadVItti.lag.. *- llHM ilo' sal 1\\ member of 'the** group Yet AUTOMATIC
fore long, most of the people. tn'trtotountrVwere all are'... .iant. and Inextricably .... upon'I tslsitttt irer
'r either drawin' weHe*.* tmenta,, each other. Each: ': has M .otory to teU-a"' 1
''helping"nin the printing Week the forum where j S
'' ,handing-them out., or Farm-City provide \
I presses that .turned\ 'out5ill'Te new the stories can be toM to audience! which

."'.omousy to make the welfare )IyrtJ, ta. Farr 'are'eager..* to listen and to learn. 'WHENYOUTHMk(

'. some, reason the P"'ISIIH had to'tatMp f Mi- TTfeht' 1: U a tremendous undertaking. The,,I .

'> \, nlnc.ta.ter'and faster. Farm-CItJr. Committee, on the national atatoa"1hc.ltl.nb
I ,iMormlt l Even if advertising add to th are active the year aroumiTH '' OF HARDWARE .
S chat 1 bf some product, its abenc'tOt ld be Week marks the climax of their work.

\ .pretty. expensive too. -Wall Streetfreurnal.To It I U to ee hoped' that every citizen the THINK OF FISHER'S
q, r 000'a yduH*. the elderly and thue In the In-be-

-, ....e YaIr'$Iqerf ttween yc4ro -win take a little time during

'" 'na *e'a\final>) conquest' of all 1M. it to learn of the problem, hope, ambition
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!The Casualty Count by Jerry Mucus Johnnie Rosa Beach Zield'a last took week.a ,well,while-the earn .

ed vacation.: They visited their
daughter Winona and family In
Key West and made the acquan-
tance of the new grandchild
born a few months ago. .
I lj1t'I Mrs. QUe Sue Godwin of New Chevrolet

I ( her Orleans family.spent the weekend with

The Revival closed: at the
Methodist Church: Friday evening.
''I The Inspiring messages each: evening ,
by the Pastor Rev. Guy
L1! t. and the good singing under the
;h 02Dt leadership of Mr. Brady Burke .
of Bruce was enjoyed by all.

4-H CLUB MEETS

Recently on Saturday, the
Chelco 4-H Club met at the Chelcc -
building.An election: of officerswas
held. Those chosen to serve ,. .
the club this year are; President
Wayne White, vice president
Roger White secretary and treasurer -
Larry Wilkerson program k r
chairman Keenan Powell repor-
ter. Judson Spence.
Members enrolling are: Keenan
Powell Wayne White.. Danny ; ---
I Waggoner. Randall Waggoner, *
Johnny Hurley. Stave Waggoner, ---I_
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,George Hatch. Quinn Barton. w
I c. -z t'9"J -" Mike Richards Red Griffith. Roger -
White. Pet Sawyer David
"TO std WHAT CAN I CO FOR TOUT
Hurley Steve Bruner Larry Kil-

,...,.. .. erson. Judson Spence.Mr. .
: J6er tefarjr fan* : Cecil Floyd is the adult
J I Seader. The county agent Mr H.
.Mat vehicles Invelved In excMenl. .* til 0.SebSltc. *4 O., Harrison and the assistant

: .._: _III...: county agent Mr. Allen Taylor.
were also In at ncLance.. '
,- Mr. and Mrs. B. Bostick of Judson Spence workpower
Pt Washington And
Headland and Mrs. Will Mae '
The Beaches Braswell of Fitzgerald. Ga.. spent "IIUSV BEE CLUB
several days last week with their
mother Mrs. Mamie Hatch and The girls of DeFunlak organized
Mr. Mnd Mrs. Edd Walline and
Mr. W. R. Hobbe. a new 4-H Club In one com
I uihter.litUe' Miss Adrianna.Denise accompanied Williams, Mrs.' Gene Infinger. Mrs. Edd munity. We met Friday at Char "tv.llls" right aver bumps and trouble
lotte Rushing home.
Walline and Mrs. Roy Burlison
nt Sunday October 25th Innaacola
attended the District Conference At the meeting officers wereelected Independent front takes the "truck" out of
as guesta of Mr. Wal- suspension
,. ,of the Methodist Churches: at the They are: President Char-
's .iater.Mrs. Eddie Ziel.
St, Andrews Methodist Church: clette Rushing. Vice president truck ride. It smooths rough roads protects truck driver
a:Kn. K. Harstevedt and son ,
4 Monday October: 20 and enjoyed Ilheria Jones; Secretary Jackie:
i George, of Santa Rosa Beach, areenjoying Bishop Kenneth Goodson's Inspiring Cornman. Reporter. G 1 e n d aAdams and cargo from excessive jolting.And on Chevrolet pickups :iI
'r; a vacation with Mr. and ,
Chaplain Aleela Joun.on
I message on "Why I Believe ; ;
,,Mrs. Gus Harstevedt in Milwau- and Mr Virginia it's with millions mHes :
WIs., in the Church.: our leader a proved system of of user experience .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Infinger Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Parramore and son Robert Wayne of Panama l We decided to name our Club behind it. Try it out on one of Chevrolet's great Fleetside or
r .gip d children-: Ocala spent last City, spent the weekend with her I "the Busy Bee". W. also dia-
i 'ee with her grandparent Mr. parents, the Van Butlers at I cussed projects we were going-tp Stepside pickups. It's one of the big reasons that Chevroletis
and Mrs. Steve Barrett in Seu- ..
ton Beach. Other work
guests w. on.
GraY-I _
"grove Beach. Van Ness Butler: family of Our next meeting will be hells first choice with pickup users from coast to coast
, ti. Mrs. W. A. Holley" and crand- Breeze.Mrs. eI| Itheria Jones' home.
G ,daughter, Teressa BuUer and Mrs. R. O. Saluman and Joy I Reporter. Gland Adams T.f.pJx n. your Cf .vrof.f cfMftr about any type of truck
Leonard Bailey "were business. and Mr.John Saltsmsn were business .-- .--.., ... ---
Visitors in OeFunlak Springs Fri- I visitor ,at EgUn Field Fri TREE REMOVED. ALSO,.*..
' .day. day. I pin and pruning. Call Charles
a ; Mr*. R. O. Saltsmsn made abusiness I Messer Van Butler, Van Ness McCarthy TE 5-J011. Freeport. Eli -d Chevrolet CO.
I vai : .. .
r trip to Pensacola Tuesday Butler and Albert Butler enJo.ellloanC'CfVnlna I, Fla. 10:29.1: lSpd: nfl
' I and also visit,;-d with relatives' !' and the football _
in Gulf Br_ e. Her mother Mrs.Cameron .I I I game in Gainesville Saturday. FOR RENT ONE BEDROOM
accompanied: her home, Mr. and Mrs Jack Cosbytnsnaged furnished house, on Freeport 7. Street & N.I.... Avenue DeFuntak Springs, Florida TW6-O57I
tut a visit. i I Zicl's store In, Santa Road Call TW fl-5413. UaUpd:
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Glendale Community Green Thumb Club Exemplars Chapter Met Plank' Nursery & Florist USED AUTOMATIC WASHERand

. 4-H Club Met WednesdayThe Sponsors Thrift Shop With Mrs. I'ugh Eglin Parkway dryer headquarters. Appliance
SOCIAL I ACTIVITIES I \i I, Shalimar. Florida Exchange. Freeport Road.

Glendale Community 4-H Bargains galore! Everythingfrom The Exemplar Chapter of Beta Complete one-stop Nursery and Call W g-3719. 11:5,12pd:

Club met Wednesday, October 28 Spanish hair combs to lawnmowers Sigma Phi met Monday, October Garden shop. FOR SALE: HOUSE AND LOT
Ritual of Jewels Chapter ?eairrove Beach Garden et the Community building. I, will be on sale at the 28 in the home of Mrs. Burvin Bargains! Bargains! at reasonable price. See C. M.

Met With Mrs. Irvine Club Shows Nice GrowthThe I The following officers were Thrift Shop sponsored by the Pugh. Weigelia. English Dogwood, Henderson at Henderson Feed
elected: President, Kathy Bran- Green Thumb Garden Club of: The president, Mrs. Charles Althea, and Sweet Shrub, 3' to MilL

The Ritual of Jewel, Florida, first meeting of the Sea- liOn Vice-president, Jeanie Mc- Santa Rosa Beach, to be held King presided over the business 4' branched. 3 of a kind.. $1.97. ll.S,12pd:

Gamma Sigma( Chapter of Beta grove Beach Garden Club for the j Millon, Secretary Treasurer this year on November 13th and meeting. Crepe Myrtle, Lombardy Poplar, ,FOR SALE: .IHUNTING JEEP.

Sigma Phi had a salad supper in fall meeting showed a gain of Kathy Martin. Devotional leader, 14th from 9 ..m: to 5 p.m. in Mrs. Clyde Kennedy presented Weeping Willow, Chinese Elm. Good condition.. E. C. Puckett.

the homo of Charlotte Irvine on seven members during the sum-],Maria! Laird; Song leader, Patricia the Club room of Clayton Resteurant. a most Interesting and Informative 97c ea.Open Itpd.

October 13. mer. {;,Williams: Reporter, Kathy Young program on "Confederate 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon. thru
I I As Is customary, clothing will Rule and Part Walton County to 0 Sunday. WANTED 21,219 CHILDRENto
Council Delegates, Larry Bell and Sat. 1 p.m. pm.
All members were present. Each The new members are: Mrs. R.'- .
attend
be offered for of the Kid's Day at
all members In War. Walton
'I I Played *'
brought salad and later thegroup S. Hinton, Tuscaloosa, Ala., Mrs.! Cathy Martin. "
cne a l I Enrollment cards were filled out family, la a large range of sizes, During the social hour delicious FREE USE P OUR CARPET County Fair. November 14, from
des Frances Grubb Dothan. Ala.
delicious .
,
enjoyed a I and what to bring to the Walton according to Mrs. Carl Storrie, refreshments were served by the Phampooer with purchase of Blue 1:00 until 6.00: p.m. Most rides
sert the social chairman Mrs.. Frank Yielding,
by
prepared -
I chairman. exchanged and Fisher Hardware reduced on this date.
Fair discussed. I But decorative accessories hostess. Gifts were Lustre shampoo. 11:5,12:
Sue Bradley ham, Mrs. Alice Haden,Dlnnlna-I, county was .
The club elected to meet on housewares and various secret sisters were revealed. Co.
After a short business meeting, Ala. Mrs. John T. appliances, along with jewelryand LOST: PHOTOGRAPHS ON
:leggy Caylor presented a very Orleans, Mrs. Joe Baird, Seagrove the fourth Tuesday of every gadgets, will also be avail RITUAL OF JEWELS FOR SALE: BAHIA GRASS counter ?'n ChrUto's 5 & 10 store.

Informative talk on the hair styles Beach, and Mrs. J. O. Fraker. tronth. able. Proceeds will go to com- MET TUESDAY NIGHT Hay well fertilized. Call Glendale Anyone finding them please call

of :yester-year up to the present. Marshall, Tex. munity beautification projects. 859-:"_'J2. 1029tfchg: the DeTunlak<< Herald or leave
Mrs. Fraker .ls now a year-I Fertilizer For Shrubs The Ritual of Jewels Chapterof them at this office. Thank :you.
round resident of Seagrove Beach. By H. O. HarrisonMany SELECT YOUR NEW BIBLEat
Itpd.
Mrs. Healer Named Wheatle Wheat, student at Fat!, Beta Sigma Phi met at the 611 Live
Fla. Public Health V-P . people misunderstand the cpent the weekend here with his home of Shirley DeShong.. Tues- ttu Home Book Store. NEED A NICE
books
Date Of Women's Club C'-t. Ave. Also many good ELECTRIC
feeding of plants. Home para en ta, Mr. and M Meeting Changed I: l.roper anti at'Us for all occasions. priced
Officers of the Public Health confused Wheat. The Halloween theme was car-
often are right Check with
gardeners hi.cl a few old editions Bibles the Appliance
Nursing Section of the Florida Robert I. Wlthey of Panama ried out throughout the decorations "
Public Health Association electedat The November meeting of the about fertilizing the landscapeplantings and refreshments. and Lcoks, reduced In price twen- Exchange. TW 0-3719, daily except ..
homes. City, spent two days here last
Woman's Club will be held Nov- / around their ty percent. Chg. 10:29-11:28: 4t. Tuesday and Sunday.
the close of the association' short business meeting
that week on business. After *
There Is a general feeling U:5IpdFOR:!
ember 18 Instead of November 11
36th annual convention in West fertilization should be stopped In Messrs. Cecil Dorsey and Ty Anna Kay Drake presented FOR COMPLETE LINE OF
stated In the Yearbook; ,
Polm Beach over the weekend included as will'1 the fall and throughout the win- Fleming attended Visitation Day program on jewelry._ Ceramic supplies, visit the Hobby SALE: ONE ACRE OF
Ruth R. who
Mrs.
: Barbara Lewis, Crestview, DeRolf. ter months. of the Lions' Club In Panama Cityon House, behind the Taste Freez. land. 3 miles southwest of Freeport -
chairman; Vclma Heneler, DeFun- have charge of the program, will Most people feel that fertilizing Thursday of last week. Save! Save; Save! Firing, Greenware, Instructions.I 'near Alaqua Creek on the

lak Springs, vice chairman; and talk the on "Seasonal"* Arrangementsfor Mrs. DeRolf''Iplans during these times make. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Williams Let us Install your Heating Glazes. Also Artists supplies and new Piney Point J way. Priced

Harriett Brooks, Tallahassee, sec- Holidays. plants more susceptible to cold have returned home from a vacation System NOW. Before the models, etc. Phone TWi' tJ- 881.J reasonable. R. E. Johnson, 411
describe table favors and
retary-treasurer. Thanksgiving to decorations and Injury. However, just the oppositeIs in Indianapolis Ind. RUSH Starts! J 0:29tfche.: Pay Ave. Ph. TW 47546. ltpd

Wesleyan Service Guild door, mantel and table decorations true. A good fertilizer program Flora Misses Doucrlaass hazel McLean Campbell have and re- FOR RENT: TWO BEDROOM TREES REMOVED. ALSO topping -
should be a year around program.
I Daniel for Christmas. She will have ti.rned from house with den. Call W 6-3721 and pruning. 'Call Charles
Meets With Mr*. f Most ornamental plants should : a week's vlttt in
I some of these arrangements for three Pensacola. after 5 pjn. 10:29tfchg: McCarthy, TE 5-2011, Freeport
her audience to and will de- b. fertilized about every Fla.
On the Wesleyan see 10:29.113pd:
I Monday night months. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gott were
monstrate how to do others. This, CLEAN CARPET WITH OUR
Service Guild of the First Metho- And It doesn't really matter business visitors In Atlanta last FOR
RENT
program will prove both timely! rJ: Carpet Shampooer FREE, with ONE BEDROOM
'dist church met at the home of week.
and helpful. I from which month you start figuring AND purchase of Blue Lustre Sham furnished house, on Freeport
Mrs. G. G. Daniel on 13th Street this cycle as long as you Mrs. Rufus Daufhette Mrs. Fisher Hardware Co. Road. Call TW,65413. ll:5.12pd
for the regular monthly meeting The Woman's Club began Its] Anna Beardon poo.
keep.It up regularly. I and Mrs. W.: D. SAVE
Mrs Dee Henderson, president, year In October when Miss 3an.: I Douglass attended a seminar of FOR SALE: REASONABLE, FOR SALE: WATER FRONT

conducted the business meeting HcKeever, representative of Gulf Jane Hickman of the Univ. of the West Florida Cancer Association ON 10 foot meat display case and a Iota, and wooded In lota. On

prior to the program presented by Power Company showed a color Southern Mississippi, was home In Pensacola last Thursday. five and one-half foot Ice cream Choctawbatchee Bay. located oa
Mrs Daniel with several of the film, "Four Seasons," which deals visiting her family. I I Mrs. Tom Beasley returned last FUEL box. Phone TW 6-2121 or TW 4- Okaloosa-Walton county line In

group participating The Marianna ..-..th lighting prblems and possibilities Mr. and Mrs. Randal G. Ray of' week from a business trip to At- 0241.) Jtpd Villa Tasao. A. C. Howe.; Rt. 1

District Meeting in Blountstown In the home. Pensacola, were In DeFunlak lanta. Box 259. Villa Taco Nlcerllle.

was announced for November IS. visiting relatives over the week-! Mrs.' Alex Caswell spent the FOR SALE: HOUSE, completely Florida.
Several Guild projects were discussed Monthly Meeting Of end. |I weekend In Glenwood. Ala. visit- ENJOY WARM AIR HEATINGAT furnished on one acre ground, under

at length. Nurse's Association Visiting her parents from InR friends and relatives. ITS BEST WITH ANAAERICANtaat4u4 fence with shrubbery, butane FOR RENT: SMALL FUR-

After the Guild benediction, Blountstown, was Miss Montez Miss JoAnn Chesser. a Pryor tank Included located Red Bay NISHED house. Mrs. Fred Baker,
Mrs. Daniel ..rved. delicious The monthly meeting of District Bura.... I Jr. high teacher In Ft. Walton, Cal TE 6-2482. 1052 tf chg 202 Circle Dr. Ph. TW 6-9511 or

salaad and coffee. 38 of the Florida Nurses Assocla- Roberta Robinson of Panama was home for the weekend visiting CASH TW 4-5651. 10ltfchg:
tion will be held on Tuesday, visited with her with her parents. FOR LATE MODEL I
City parents,
,
cars 1958 models up. Buying for i
November In the Okaloosa Mrs. AUTOMATIC
10 Elizabeth
LKOION AUXILIARY LUNCH Cockran of
ifr.. and Mrs. Taft Robinson over Eastern and Miami '
STAND, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11 County Health Department In the weekend. I Hollywood, Fla visited her sister WINTER AIR CONDITIONER have markets. If Fore Sale: Pure GuernseysA
you a used car to sell, call
Fort Walaton Beach Florida. and
family, Mr. and Mrs. If.
Miss Carolyn McCollough was James
? The Women of Legion Auxiliary James Morris, Pharmacist In lome from Ft. Walton this week- C. Hickman. over the weekend. Cwapscf, ***d-tovfn| drip till 5:30 Hussey, TE 8-2271-8 ajn. Pair .
pjn.
will have a lunch stand In front Fort Walton Beach, will speak on nd. I Miss Dot Stewart, a sophomoreat 12Jlpd: ( ull 23 Months Old
Civls*** with ,*wfut( ,quit Howlaglaterd -
of Service Drug store on November the Pharmacological Aspects of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Campbell Chlpola Jr. College visited ,c
11."Come. furslng. spent Thursday in Pensacola. I Miss Dianne Goff over the week- fr hlghttl (ul Mrloft Heifer-20 Month Old. Will

and cat good homecook Th. meeting will begin at 7:30: Dr. and Mrs. Adrien nlvard, A Walton high school graduate e. folly, ,kUy IstlaOt! COMPLETE LINE Freshen January 15. BothIn
ed food.MID.WINTER. p.m. All Registered Nurses are and Angela are visiting Dr. nlvIIard'l has several copies of the Walton ZENITH HEARING AIDS

Invited to ottend., mother, Mrs. Adrian A.Rivard ., annual "War Whoop" available, flU ESTIMATE-EASY TOMS AND BATTERIES, TO FIT'' Fine:, Shape.

1 FORMALAT Sr. I for the 'years, 1948, 1957, 1938, ALL MODEL (HEARING E. Bert Riddle
WALTON HIOH C.HOOLThere Mr. and Mrs. J. C. West and Phil Harrison, Tommy Ken' 1959 and 1900. Anyone Interestedin Prcscott PlumbingIlcating : AIDSKING'S (Near line
county Garage)
daughter, Debbie of San Antonio ,nedy and Billy Moore were the having a copy of one of these Co. i
will be a Mid-Winter Tex. have been visiting the past weekend guests of Don Harrison years, phone TW 8-3911. REXALL STORE Leonia. Florida

+ + Formal held Saturday, November week with Mrs. Bessie Cosson. and Rob Blue In Gainesville. They. - ---___Phone TW 4.2591
4 14, at the Walton high school gym.Vtegtnnlng They. left Tuesday enroute for attended the Auburn Florida

ai a pan:: until IS mid their home.Carolyn football came on Saturday.
night.. Sehottroff, wife ol BP- Ml. Ruth Anderson and Mra. \ at
+The dance will be sponsored by 8 Albln E. Schottroff and her Howard Storrs attended an FEA ., ..

the Key Club with tickets at 75c daughter. Rosemary Humphries meeting In Tallahasee the past

Ingles and $1.00 couples.iI left by plane from Eglln Field Friday and Saturday.Mr. .

Mondasy night for McQuIre AFB, and Mrs. Hansel Geohaganand
Clyde Dempsey Golden of N. J, where they will spend Tuesday family visited In Gainesville
Plant City, ha. accepted! the cal nlfht. Wednesday they will over the weekend. WALTON COUNTY

of the Southwlde Baptist'church fly to Zwlbruken. Germany to Junior Adkinson and family of

to begin November 1. Join Mr. Schottroff: at his base. Crestview, were Sunday guests of

for the next three years. relatives and friends In DeFunlak

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Rob- Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Pippin of .

inson, parents of Mrs. Robert Panama City, visited their dauuh- I

1 Mead, from Westmont, 111., arrived ter and family on Sunday, Mr,.
Saturdaay afternoon to and Mrs. Ty Fleming. GOES FOR BURNS 11 "

FREE spend the winter In DeFunlak .. ;
Springs. They arc pleased to be I I :
back here and are looking forward -I a

OFFERS to renewing acquaintances ,,_AL ,'ggM

Miss Gloria Stafford and Mrs. ..
T. J. Reardon attended the concert '} < 'f"

of the "Clebanoff Strings Or ." i. .=t

..... night.orchestra In Pensacola Tuesday / IOPICSA ; } "),...,'. '

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SHIRT SET 10\-- PHYSICIAN PLACEMENT! ,>. 'J!: > ,
A JIGSAW PUZZLE
will ruacMAM : ,j "
"John Doe' M.D. announcesth.
Of ANT NlW 666 opening ol. his office for .j' tf..... ,
\ McCULLOCHCHAIN :t6k the practice"of medicine at 100
Palm Lane.
SAW lirhlml that familiar and Ire

'iP tttOMOIKCt SLACK are *j| M,, simple announcement may lie
: 1-ply aaeb.d sat... Iw.ls. Psfi.1 months and often )year olrarrhmii '
t ..u.... IM.e.aNrtry, ....."""-, nay.. IM TJB cmcviT x' imr upWALTUN 'for and *rlc lina a .i ,\. .
i M -I touMTV. rxoatitAIM suitable practice t< \' VXAVAK SMUT :I Ie M tnug wearing Vo tANta5Y ,ho. eisarN1NAt chance are that .in his search !.j
*. MTIMS**'* MIII factN. IK .T* a D U. UOOWIN ..awlCATSHIN the doctor reed or was helped .
..... uur/w1N.
1 M rn.NN IM "aNMrM" alasaA
t.rlt.N. buswd ... tire by>> the Florida" Medical Asia
.....ur,. dlatirtn'a{ physician' placement ,

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All p wa i< inHng :t.--: Hah 4I 450 pnylcian were ..
tltl as intanM In. . MMPM In I .
/1 | pes.rty lm.>. w wtlMe. w say' a*...t..1 l by the service in find .. .j..;..
I Ij part U>..rW.T ins Initial practice $lotattone .InPlorfcU ' ("
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D.fadsals OiasYa.slD.h.ma.1. or ,In moving withui
M an h.sh' seemed UMWtlK .. the stale Burin<< the same pettod. ,
IMMOINCYLANTMN I. nutot MU* baa :..: a total of fit opening' oropportunities !: 'rro
c .l M MM Oour wete lasted with 4 ""
Cle.Wla I.W.aa
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service.
w. =r 'arwfdaeWS. IiY the
wIM pueraa.N lwva ... use -.-. u.. W.Wals Every year, many _.... -
asu1s
-- "" flea from rena< U to Key
/IAti1LLOC11"IpS I. ; ;: ( .:Y..c-s-Wi, West with no phyitcian or anInaJe The complete unofficial vote for Walton
shows
+t ; r Ma/"Shl. ., 110.... ..lM4a,. N ,Malt uate nnmhvr are helped county
aNw 11M llwy M tsewwy
ih"+ p1iM M slid ....... ,... ..... lrafa III a**. i)-n........ iaaawww by the placement enrfee in. obtaining -
,, q : ..... "e"f t for ert raw. .|M M. .W e m n. nece** fy s4JttonalmedNal l Haydon Burns leading his opponent about two to one.
Maw
A' a.e MUap" sea:: nun.u..n tsw toe 918 ::- ':: care. Information on
It .1af r"Iat.ra :OLYTTLT .. ;ra. & .. these and all other type olnedkat
a. ells it sae tail W
:: MOM annr18POWERI I'SI'' ....M.1betesh.., aalt.hla1p opportnnitwr M the
state U seat out re..Uy( t* .Burns 3461
.R I' ......'ss. 15. all doctors applyfc to the -
-.1......I-T5-aJSM.... -Nwy M5I 15.a.Nw1t ._. aervke foe placement ai.tanee.A .

wool tar Me *..*. ,...... M I ... mtant' be e.pH..... ner4 -
.. McCUUOCN 41 *>* M..alee ISM -MTaf t.. pi a N :M M nun w he ura* tea. .mt> r ol. opportwnit*** ... ..
He CHAIN laW lh.a.e C wee a. ... w w w ... phv4CUntkins.. ; locations

> .. .IM.lilt,,iaaaalM Nw M Ills.=-:.::..h at.. I (2l7 sail" IJ4 .in IMJl rep*<- Halley 1762The

. wad r.. S. -...... ......... M rayaefts tiTely). lnternl meUktne. .. -
t Mr mat ... CINe" aaa .....elwalk. .... the .le. t. l both
qbr .. ap '' Ip..e.oallrI Ms5fl.tl .....
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ee iaa ifs tar .. a--".,. ..... c altw* show lMf>*rity between
: sad t5.larpre to rue M I.. the' nmnbee = .pe.kiss and Walton County Burns for Governor Committee
_.aa.a .aa5 Sam tue tans .ald a *o UMe 4 1m that spe-> I

.e N a aMa eMM car u.%.p....a......ette.a...., a.IM......Ita.w., u p.sae.M ... ctalty.demand in nxwt. eases b.slaseeIWitw. the. sepplyass wishes to thank all those who voted for and supportedGov.
I anart nt .. alhew be Saw. eSeia .MI.m w W. nearly
.s ., I u Ia5.N and ........* ol the
t E. wra....T LrSS- = __ lt =-= m.uatad ::..= placement. mvtce .,. directed Burns and aided in the campaign in
and wee ....lase'I eel' ---.. N tw1. Na.la tea. by the .._wl_'* Coaun.tee any way.
a a ;:..rMa :;7.5ztl1 be s5e.. ....... tee on '*.... an rt.c n ent,
-l-rw as"? ..... 555 15. sasS remaped. el. .live .docvce swae. Thank you all for >wonderful help and support.
', ,: .... Cteurt .* D+r.>.._ mswaa. I n.:: Uctnc *. .tsrl.a5 area .! the .
; : WESTERN AUTO ..._ Isis 1 mat .. N.a.a.ir ia4.. I' .tat*. Tbe alacement .......'.
ta.all (M.*ts aw'iapw) I Jo ba. fcm. d.aeribed ** a

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1OC.SRE: A. f.wt a. I. air..s .riiaXTS an evee-e banging ...ttc
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DFUNIAK SPRINGS
VOLUME 73-PUBLISUED EVERY THURSDAY r


no of the Count? JUdr of Walton. !I KABIER.DA&II1IRT.: said fictitious BAOM I J1CK ADAMS i John C. Adams and Brady W. BETHLEHEM FFA NEWS
LEGAL NOTICES County Florida In tb Oourthoua being \.b. Dam. under which UM Adams both of DeFuniak Springs
DeFunlak eprlng Florida within eta UD ocIry1D.. on buatneei Franklin Adams, of Crestview.
and
calendar month* from tb* date of tb. In tb. State of Florida our orlnolpalplac Mr. J. W. Jack) Adams age The FFA department Is proud
IkOTICK first publtcUoo Kacb of bualnea being la DeFunlat resident' of 1502 W. Orange Three! daughters also survive: Mrs of their new advisor Mr. Leroy
must 88. a
551In
uc.a '
toMg claim or demand writIng Spring. Florida." I Nancy Danley. Samson, Mr MAt- GUlia. The whole
B&4.O Florida Statute* John K. Prnj;' died Wednesday afternoon departmentthinks
and must Mat tb. plao* of reel : Avenue, HALF
th* following will on November a 1.*,/ d0hon and post otffrra aJOF..U of thrlalmant Ada. Comander4t October 14. 1964 ot the:1 i tie Dirice Lockhart. Alo., and Mrs. he Is a very good advisor
dark of U Clrcui .
tb *
.it with
re r OrO2.S9JfovS.I2
and moat be sworn to bp i Dora Sasser, of Florata. Ono brother They tine with him
along
Court of Waited County Florida. U. tb. claimant, bl. **eot or bi* attorney home of his son, John C. Adam., I get
flctlllou nam of Bruc Baker'. UpboUtery Bald or It will become void ...according follwlmr a prlongctl Illness.<< A i'i Jeff Adams of Mobile and The new chapter officers are:
and Trim tsbop. Avenue. lawOctober. . NOTICEOctober sister Mrs. Susan Hrook of
flctlUou tuuu* being the (nam under to 23. 1M4LUt native of Covlngton county" Ala. .ne President. Gary Kirkland: vice-
wbtcto Ui* underaicned ta1.. owner 14.W. 1M4 ELLIS JONES of uauaabl property ownod bytb resided In DeFunlak I Ii 1 Florala. also surx-lve. There are. president Jerry Baker: secretary SIZES
B 1'.1. to b. aold he had
and carrying OQ buinea In the State Walton county
Administrator of tb* Etat ot 36 grandchildren (81 '
o( Florida. U* principal plae* obuainee Maud. Baundera, deoaeeelFlrat by aealed bid at th* regular *cboolboard Springs since 1963, and was frreat-grand- Tarry Motley: reporter nonaldK
located In DeFunlak Springs publication on October 33. 194. . meeting Not*mbsr 1O. **. 1 Mif i memebcr of the New Hope Baptist .1||I children and six great great ;rkland.: treasurer! Richard to
Florida. C..T.
Mr and Mr. WUbur C. Bk. Oct 22. 29. Nov. a. 12 __ paaeng School bus "0. 100 151Cbevrolet church near Green Bay Ala grandchildren. \Vhltiker; sentinel<< Thomas Crews

Oct.IS-NovS NOTICE OF INTENTION 'TO MABJS (tnrpvd. ) t motor 1'Ig.X&A He was a member of the Hacodol 1 I I Comander Funeral Home walt' and chaplain,. Jerry Seller

NOTICE TO CkWIT'OR5FWRWA APPLICATION UICHEOB run FINAL 1-- paangr 404323) school bu NO U 1.4T. Masonic Lodge No. 631. F and In chare of arrangements. So far this year the FFA Chapter makeyou
aTATUTM FLORIDA" STATUTESIN ' Ford" ,tripped* (motor No. Mil M. I' been
A. has buy buildinga
very
Court Gt tae "ade.
1 lid touatyH
COITMT OF THE: COUNTY JUTXJB (03611)
; Florida M 1M2 Funeral services were conducted ........1
alien Count WALTON COVNTY. STATE OFFLORIDA. 1-411 pae.wnger acbool bu No. new concrete hoe parlor which
la rtvaat. "..... l trtppe d) motor No. at 2:00: p.m. Friday afternoon they needed badly. The-

HJENRT In r.: Lap JOHNSON.of IN RE THE P ESTATE WARD. OFEAKLJNK 1-KEA 4_ paawnger.0.029) school bu "0. :11541 from the New Hop Baptist Eaton Real Estate &: I I chapter la also very proud of the float look

Prr.o.' 1)5050504.ORAn Chevrolet. (tripped) motor No.I church Cemetery, with Masonic they prepared" for the rodeo
and llavtaiclaim '
To All Creditor ,
"ItA .T1Wr)
e* iMmaad* ::.::.. aUK TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: __ paaMngw acbool bus !to. 103 1'4* eervices. Insurance Agency parade twice
.tat*: Notice I* bereby given that. Adofflou International (trlpped) (motor He .U survived by three son:
Some of the others things theFFA
You and each of you aro hereby _U. Ward filed his final report. a* Ad. No. 8D 2401imi
fled ana required to preeent any claim BUnltrtor of tb* Nap of -.-un.P. I__ paaeengvr School bu No. 2 1." AUTOMOBILE F1UEINSURANCE chapter Is participating In it as
and an you may bar* again tb* .etat 01 petition for final discharge. and that JaA mnl' a safe corn harvest pl'Oln'Rm.ThEO .
Henry ....bDM>D. _-...d. lat of sale he will apply to tb* HonoraM Jo --*a paawnger achool bu MOo *O 1M1Ford FFA held their first night[ lovely
County, to U>. County Ju4 of Wal Dan TroUnan, County Judge of Wai- tripped) (motor No.
aton County Florida' at hi. offle* la too County. Florida, on tb* ltb day BJHIKM I62TO) Take 60 Seconds BONDS treetlng on Thursday, October :2 .
tb. court: .oua* of ald County a* of November. I***, for approval ofam 1-Oump truck No. 104 tat O M.C.trtppMl It was well attended.
DrFunlak Spring. Florida" within atm and for final dlaeharg a* Ad. 1* ) I motor No. W41223 RIGHT NOWTo we.represent STROtIT .
calendar month from tb. tlm of the nun. ....tor of tb* **tat* of Karlln 1-4 door paaeenger car No. ao 1.40 The? active chapter cooperatedIn '
1 first publication of tbl> notice. Two P. Ward. -**'". ott Ibis IStb day Chevrolet. lean drtv away) REALTYIn helpin gth FlfA sponsor Fun
eopto of each cU1DdOlDADd shall of Oelob.r, 104.ADOmOUB' motor No. UOAP ITM34 let us help you clear GOFF'SReadyToWcar
too In writing, and shall sap tb* WARDAelmtn..tTa door ....an paaaengvr car No.T Itlght.
I Pour
place of residence and poet offlo addrm of the eetat O.EarUn. 1..1 model Pontla (etrtpped) up any question insure Real Estate since 1900 Reporter Ronald Kirkland
of tb* claimant and shall b* P Ward -.. (motor No. 2SO4S might have about
worn to b"b.* claimant bl. arat. 4tl Oct. 22. 29: "0.. .. 12 Bid form may b. picked up .at tb* New Location
or attorney and accompanied by a Superintendent offta or at tb* bu ance. Mrs. Mry II. Harris has qualified -
filing fee of on* dollar and *ucb claim r* 'THE cimcuiT COURT OP Lake
in an Stanley
abop Bid ahould 55 placed IIv. Insurant, breathe Irtauranc as a member f the IOU or demand DOt *o filed shall b VOM. WALTON COUNTY FIRST JUDICIAL aaalad and tn* number of w.
Ada. DavlaIdel Donaldaon CIRCUIT NO.OF..S8 FLORIDA. envelop......101. bid placed on tb* outatd. Turn and all Inauranc. . . TW 6-4141 Club of New York Lit. Insurance (Open Thursday I\M.)

A. ..aeouuu.be LOON CHESTER WINTERS.FlalaUff. bid .la to th* Superintendent. eentral otandard. Of rHob.for. "a"dlo I vry typo .f rlh. I Ithra It Company As a member of the

Will_tate and of Testament the It Urn. November I:JO P.M.10. .... 11\0 vehicle* I U any" way" wa can help DePunlak Springy' ."1.. Star Club. Mrs. Harris wilt TW saaaio- N. 0th at
VS.MAXOARKT
of *Kcutrlx LOCBXLA WINTERS may b* eeu In tb* School bu floss yard 'oth 5 yaw" "with", a probUlm. It will bo tend an educational<< ' 'at-I

First Publication Henry Oct Jobnaon.la. I"M.4t dead. MOTICBIM Defendant I AM-* rear to 1 of P.M.tb*w.**ourtboua k day. All tranartlon .aolda .- a pUasur for u* to do a* wlthvu November 4-7 In Hollywood

: Oct. IS.22.2>> )(0.. THE MAVTB O* t-Hm HTATB COf will b* rash and unltobOF abllgatlan. ---
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-- \ are No bid of lee. than. t3SOOu --- - - - ..
FLORIDA
NOTICE or IVTENT10N! 'TO MAKJB TO: MAKOARET LOUELLA ''WUI'TIrRayou. ... _ptood tcw any lOr tbs unit.Tb.
..... to Harris Insurance
903501
APPLICATION run FINAL.UIKCMAROK are bereby notified that i S board r..rvns rtab'
Sworn Petition for Modifying Final any or all bIcI.
rLOltlPA 8TATtrraa Deere* ba been filed by tb* aeov. .* John E. BaidwtaAupsrtnt.n.5a5
IN COURT OF THB COUNTY JUDGE named plaintiff agmUut you In tb* Agency
WALTON COUNTY. STATS OF abov* styled eaua. In tb* abov* named Public iDetnM'tIoaa
FLORIDA Court and your realdenc I. alleged Oct. Jt*. No. 5
IN RE THE ESTATE: OF therein *. being: e-o Mrs R. R. TW .%451 FOR AM YOUR DRUG AND
ALVA LEWIS BLObNT.jjoeaed Crum. 10301 E. Beverly Boulevard.Wbltuer. .
California, and you are ber. FOR SAL: THREE BEDROOM D.Funak! Spring Fla
IN ntOBATB. by notified the a hearing on the said. house bath and a halt. Small PRESCRIPTION NEEDSKing's
TO ALX WHOM IT MAT OONCXRN: Petition will bra bald before on* of the
Hour I* berebr glTen that Wavtn* Judge of the ......* Court la tb. down parmcnt. Call collect. MU
Bloun Cooper fUed. br final report Circuit Judge Cbambar of tn. Wai. 2-28SO at d ftvlw. :10tfcht:
a* Admin latrmtrtx 01b.. Katat of too County Court Uouee at DaPunlalIprtac .
Ala Lvwl lilount. decadi that filed .. Flotid" at iotM: ...... on \.b.
her petition for final dlaobaif*. andtbat 2Otb day. of Novomber. A. D. I.*..
ab* will .apply to U>* Honorable. It .. furttier ordered tbat tnl notice
Jo Dan Trolman. County Judge of and order b* publlahad oar a wk NATIONAL
Walton County Florida oa.b.. ISIS for four conaeutlv.. _... four time FIRST Rexall DrugsCOSMETICS.
day. of November I.*.. for approval' of publication eufflclent. In tbs
-.mf
of amm and for final dlaebarg* a* DeFunlak .. weekly newepapermbllabad
Administratrix of th* Map of Air In Walton County. Florida INSURANCE AGENCYFire
Lewi Blount d--",. on tbl ltb this tb. 2O day of October. A. D. I....
day of ';qlrlot1NT .Seal) E Leo Andrew
OOOFKHAdministratrix Clerk of Circuit Court
of the *."'tat *f Walton county Florida Automobile Bonds
ALVA LRWI1 BLOUNT. et-.d By Iva. AdkID_. D. O.
4t: Oct. 22. 28; NOT. 5. 12 W. Paul Thompson
Attorney. for Plaintiff Marine & Casunlity GIFTS AND CARDS
IN THK OCR-TOP TIIK COUNTY' McLean Butldlng-P O. Boa tflDeFunlak .
JUDGE! OF WALTON COVNTY.: : Bpnng*. Florida Rest Assured Drive insured
FLOKIUA 4\Oct JT J Xova.12NOTICE
maE' A Fire Needn't !Mean Financial Los'"
Etat: of MAUDE BAUNDER8.Deceaard OF FICTITIOUS NAME FOR ALL OCCASIONS
l'as
)Notlc I* that pursuant Adequate Insurance
All Creditor or.be *alat* of Maud to Chapter No.ots"'c 90 Florida Btatutea.tbe .
Baunder*. -ct. are bn underalcned will on November' 12, i FIRST NATIONAL BANK IILDG.
t.... and requu1r to ru. dupleany I.... reguter with tb* Clerk of the
eiatmJ K"de.-r: : :: tidy Circuit court of Walton County. Florida I'hon. *. TW 42281IU1
,. mat ha,. Ilis of. tb* fictitious name of THE I

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DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE- Ground Beef 3 Lbs- 99c

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