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 19, 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: VID00255
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 7S-PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY D.FUNIAK SPIt NIGti. FLORIDA "' ..., ....
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David Schaefer Winner In National Contest r---- --.-.
City Will Hold : '
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Special ElectionCity ( Most Successful County Fair


Marshal N. J. (Pete) Richards :
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was dismissed from his '

position by unanimous action of -: .

the city council In. meeting And Veterans' CelebrationFishers

called his for suspension Monday night to conIder . "'..'.,\.. 1..1

Richards had been given a one- . .
week suspension two weeks earlier ; .. To Give Miss Warwhoop Contest"
I A crowd eatlmated
.f and this was continued the Thum. at around
Night November 19
following Monday night by the Turkeys; $25 Cash 10,000 filled the city In overflowing -

council. The time &U her again when 92 Wednesday for the' National I

Richards waa present with Saturday at I pjn. Fisher Hard young ladles of Walton high Guard sponsored "eierana Day
counsel and presented three wlt- '1\ ware will give" two fin school
s. away will be competing far the The Walton county fair. was In
nausea and made a statement to .
turkeys and $2500 cash In tits coveted title of Miss War**hoop
the Council. 'f!' ya first of the aeries. of weekly of 1943.I session. at the sent Ems! addingto

After hearing this testimony ". ':' events they will hold from now The contact will be Judged by the crowd and the Int..-....

the Council went Into a closed to Christmas. three lieutenant of the U. S. Air The da,'* events included a

session to discuss action to be All that U necessary to be Force The new Mi** Warwhoop parade athletic cant..... memorial

.I taken.. eligible to win U to go by the will be crowned by the outgoing' / .service square dancing and
The vote was then taken In hardware store and register forth M U* Ellen Hurley.. Th nw
session to Doualndre"8 On Qtgaaand speaking' by U.. Rtf Dob Skies
r open: with a motion I event.Two her royal court will be ...- ?
"dismiss for malconduct In of- Stale Textbook Committee turkeys will be given to Lured In th. IMS Warwhoop and Maj. Gen. 1:. U. Cassady

,'1 David Schacfer age nine (see r be prerented to the winner before fice" made .by Councilman Bonnie' the tint two names drawn .whether Yearbook. commander of the Mobil Air )A
and from right), was named one i''the 'week I la This Arnold, seconded by Councilman
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.. up. covtdf The State Department of Edu- the winner U prevent or Cot. This I I. the first time this an Material Area L'rwokiey Air
of the six District winners in the honor also Indicates Hewett LlndM .
f that ) The
I. young cation has appointed Douglas winner of the cash award rual occasion has been held at
Farce DaM.o.neral .
national! Punt Pass and Kick Davis is very much In contention Members were polled individually
be '
must prevent. night. It will be held
'In the
Andrew. local newly
competition I co-sponsored' by Ford I tor Area and National awards on the request of Richards' attorney, to serve These award will be made each remodeled Walton high school Ca..ady praised" living?
ac a lay member of the elementary au.dttorlum
Dealers and the National root-' j\I I whkh will be determined by November attorney, and all seven members i commute on the state textbook Saturday until Christmas Eve Thursday, November 19, veteran of ail war aa "constitut

"ball. League. 39.He voted In favor of the motion. adoption committee to select when four turkeys and one hundred at TJO: pjn. &ing the finest clUsenhip to be

.. David's sponsoring dealer Creel la the son of Mr. and Mrs. City Attorney Angus Andrews : the text up for adoption this liver dollars will be presented The Walton stag band and the found in the world." lie advised

Ford Company. Inc. reported that E. O. Schaefer Jr. of DeFunUkSprings. says a special election must beheld : school >earDouglas to Ole winner Waalton high glee club wl.l& tather that, "every able bodied man can
a handsome PP K trophy will within eo days to fill, the :1 There la no obU..Uon-Ju. to entertain So do nothing but
on. of I 12 on the commltte g.iby you. please profit from having
Marching Band To Mr. and Aln Galloway At %.CAne)'. *.)has been busy InterviewIng -! Fisher hardware and register. |plan to attend. Admlulon .n lac worn ,the uniform"
Prior to this action numberof
Annual Meeting Florida a publisher representatives furled If )0oyer 12 years of ag*. for students and boo for adults. The general said veterans have

Compete at Ft.Walton) AMOC. Insurance: Companies questions were discussed and last several week Local don. much to teach youth the
the Council voted to go ahead I Notice To Hunter. of
meaning
I Ia committees>> are also helping to the American flag.

Th* Walton high marching: f Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Galloway with 400 plans ft. trip to of quiet land the at the title end to evaluate the texts to be adopted I Walton lirnvcH Crush lie paid tribute to the mother

I Braves band under the direction attended the annual meeting of cf one of the at the city by ta* state this year During the pact few years many. and 'wives of men who fought lot
runways Walnut
by Drum Major Roger Smith and l the kiorida Association of Insurance airport. Douglas will go to Tallahassee people have mad eumplalnUi ol Hill 01-13 the United States

Edgv Stewart band director go I Companies held November: Councilman Undsey reported lit .January mr t with hi. committee persons hunting on their property ; It. said the greatness of the

to Fort Walton Beach Saturday,I It through the 11th at the Lu- that since the first of this month and select the text In thesera when such property was ported I United, States Ma on Its strong

November 21, to compete in the l cajran Heath lintel Lucaya of modern mathematics I would,, Ilk. to ask that each The Walton Drave, rusHd ot l.dam.Matton., physical>

Kortnwert Flertd' ,district march.& Pw+port? Grand BaruMnaXslaad.II : when Wn***tatd fee;:effect or garb.ga., tliare collection has! "beena 'antes' .Jlt**.*..lemadlasa"*,reada., person oii asrve.tho rtirht.of vthe. Walnut' tttll the JtIC'e""' >* Htvar\ tltnes\ Justice- purpose .and
.pdJ.I. rt"&it.tJ l I.d ..jandwriting,, and observo the defense. _
ftnT contest at Choctawhatche *'Is now the legislative consultant very .rnoticeable1' Increase In + ? 'Jentft4 rightor Con/erencv cbamiM. by a aeor
Stadium.Tb for this organisation. amrbag. dumped at unauthorized text aTadejTl-a. eferrnentary dictions them to protect their property.Last .f _1.U .last rrWuy.Th j 'Rep, Sike said the mn who

band will compete with During the four day eoAyeft oa. places within th* city limits, rle. .*. year there. wer. C'OW.1 Urave Dlt.."..* was paced have served their county In Ilk*

'two other class B ands Crest- Mr. Gs-lloway was th* presiding mentioning specifically the vicinity wounded and other live stock Injured I by lo liludMrorth' and lUyutorwOalney armed forces should be honored

view ,and'Tats There will be IS ntoderator for 'the panel. T-egts- of the West DeFunlak elements MARY MsCOLLOUOH I by persons hunting on.pro ', who together," accred every dsy and that for them to
bands competing in differentilassii lr.tiv.. Forum with guest legisUtors rv I school j party without the owner .,...m..... seven TD'a.llludworih. b* properly honored. ritisen

with the winners or Senate President Elect The Council Instructed the city McCol- Ion.Let' mfoemtt lour Claw on must not forget what they tough
Mrs. Mary Ella Fair ---
rated band receiving James E.: Connor House Speaker- I observe thelaw* and protest tuna of 79. 11 4 and
aupartor : attorney to draw up an ordinance laugh, 53 at 2 yds.Oalney for.They
age: passed away
in the state: Elect E. C. Itowcll. Past House I : the other persona property.ftlncrely .have made tie "Invincible'
the. right to compete aettinaT forth penalties for garbage her home. Rout 2. DeFunlak scored three tim** on
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contest. If they can: make a superior Speaker Mallory Home. Senator dumping In the city limits Springs Tuesday morning. November ( runs of 27, 44 and 7 yds. The tlm of war** and unafraid. to
time of
in the concert contest held Robert Williams. District 4. and : except at the city dump where 47. 1M4. Mrs MeCoilough Joe Dan Trotman other two touchdown cam on a peace, he said. .
Bike said
later In the yar. secretary of the Senate Edwin G. It will be covered.' 14 )'d. pass from Rodney hardy honoring veteran .la
has been a resident of the Cluster .
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Cass IC2A Are Winner a way of preserving the
like to DeItesak to Luther imageof
Tb band would see Fraser. Farmer and th* fu n-
for th
Springs Community *
Spring* ,wall represented lie was also a member of the In Promotion Content ble which llobert steno pinked. up the United. .. states a* the
familyKajattisr -Indu.atr"'. IXUlattv Mrs. C+fssz* I......... To past 71 years.Survivors Lloyd of "' and strongest nation. .ta the world and
at Bart W 1tan". ao get the. panel on ) Includet one daughter Casey, Caw) lOA returned It II ,IU. for a
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and back your local Proposala" with Past House Speaker Serve On state CoatmitU store, baa Just been notified that. touchdown. ho promised. never to vet for
Mrs. Ernest T. Hall of Dee
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bastd Saturday' night Nov. 21 .at W. V. ChappelU Jr.; Peter Funisk Four A. L the local store. won a thr-.tat* U.,,'. play was one af the relinquishing control of the U. ..

.*. .... to Choctawhatch Sta- Guarisco. Executive Director of Mrs. J. 1C. Canon, president of J. W, W.Springs.S, and H. eons II. McCoUlAUfh. contest sponsored by lOA store '..i.c.Mm.. of the) year. lust armed. force to the United.. Nations.

'..... II Set. Ray R. Sylvester- the CitUens Advisory Committe the Wlalton county cancer society all of DeFuniak Th* area Included store In by waUhlAg him us* his. untoInrvsbl *-
Springs.
baa been farrtted to sires aa a Memorial/ service. at .II. .......
l c>n Highway Safety. John S. Ripe 12 .r. dcblJdna. 22 end grand Alabama Georgia and Florida speed and balance MI .
> I\andell. Consulting Actuary of the member of the Florida PubUe children and three and the Non bar won first pl*... that run were .held by members of the
greatgreatCrandchlldren.
t Return Walton
.n. Brack Florida Aasociatlon of Insurance Education. Committee for the current Tb first priM consist of new Th Breve Who oat the Bonifty County Ministerial Aa.
...... a.aia Vacation Oaaal ondan In IP**. .......... .tottudlntf. Tb TAevv
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Companies: and Broward Cam. year red uniform for all ,employee Blue Devil. Friday aigtot. .to .
service
Funeral will be conducted .,. .
.. Mr*. Canon aarvod on a this Oayle ... pastor of the
panies. Mr. Caaey Bays th store were the last home game of the
.r. and Mi*. loon' Brack bar.jstm Present also at this convention committee .last year, and It .Ist.nuenal from at 23O the Thursday Cluster afternoon graded on decoration and sales: The Draw will have la continuw year Flrat iatjjlieai. church 0.....#.

retonsad from a ties day were th*,* booorabl and firs to be honored in this waya Church. Uurial' win follow Spring In the increase during lbs period of the'' to play good bail In order to Milan. .Rartor off St. Agatha Kpta.eopal .
Ctoctric Jamaica-Miami cures and Lena* Oarrieon
Qanaul ? an -
ascend Urn.
Beet conteat.FlaJl .
ram Bryant, Governor corn out victorious against. the
Holiday, for which Mr.won and The education committee of the church cemetery 'I' Jr, pastor *f the First
and Mrs. Haydon Bom. rawly crowned Panned! Confer-
Asa. IWnc above bismonaored Florida Division of the American Friends may call at the familyresidence. Meihodist ......... .
BUt Treasurer and Insurance Coma.Wat. """** champs.rreeaert .
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ttwwMa. by the Gulf Commissioner and Mrs. Edwta Cancer Society joists at the 0.u. A parad at |," pm. fatuVd
Holmes I
IIbid of General Dectrie: out than of the annual meeting and CreekA about M floatfs........ with.
Larson, channel toe small bouts
eg...., Orissa.i'L. \ salty one or twice more each' LOOOB MtCTINO' TONIGHT blasted. sees .......) 4HrHaiee abllti agsSeasat. draw Ma. se-

. ... pennrna enjoying the yniar. mouth. of through Holmes a Creek eandbar last at week th.* TneNha. .vlM. D.......,. bud.' gatedas .. hand. drill team

tram., left Try eastern Airlines Jet WANTED I I I There will be and Honor guard
MeetIng
a Lodge ty the Oaaaa and Fresh. Water
and two In the atntotl. event
November 10 spent TCCN AOK PAMCKMSA NOTICK *, Danny
wt of
Lodge No. 110 tonight at Fish | .
Ci-k-/on./
aordint t*
NatAsnav. .
Hilton Hotel II, and Alfas flsitfiarford.
Mat th.* Jamaica .oo p... November 1*. John. ..*.... regional ., The Annual Tlaanfcagving. ? *)tavem )
aaanager
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.. .. tan.
ZfcBtaarteaja' WhO there Ipso
Bay. class haa been started far "I'IMt.mea of the Home M atop
Farmer This will be Past Master. .
: night ...-. Oty. ... sponsored IfF P.espen &sate
much pleased. who attended s 2vrat high. ...asasd pal..
ail and those
very Administration
jfcrr were teenager to DeFualakSpring and work to the MM
Degree. All A U Star will. be fceld
appevlmately
Tkuraday
with the DunaRher class.. .. paeans i 1II'1IMMn III ... nph.
slid. Impressed the square dance Jay they seW fa* laaid on Theta Mason urged to be tan
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present. feet Wide and Ukrea feet deep Wevawber. . bctant. .. at 4
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and the BeMa ... pMa were 0... Ants Watter. 1 II and
Fan Cruise era having a wonderful but I and Friday ".. M and
say 27
....-e. this& Saturday. November 21 wta 1N4. .Faust T.. Schism.WblUt.Any.W. .t.J. "ws epwsd Nteu. .k a ........atywaa Ad rte 11. "'0. children Me.Kwaters ........ Kaftor. I*. 'They von Id
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r.A.-'" ... trip to Jamaica .be the last rhano' to gad to this sp may ..... a* you. are.tCam ant 14 rr.JI.-IY.

>tsr, ...... gueeta. at the Seville. ..... The daM seW nm I* t* '.,.o David. Pew 12.: wan) *. for
nsl.. Miaad Beacn for four 19 week 1 line Note. to ta seek ..... Allen -

bye Dnrtad this time, ...,.1...... We have snore girl than boy f ftwtnerfr> *.Ul. seen f. and

l ag tflpa nighligbted.. the days. aa far, .. ccnv' on boy. Beta .,' ''; his ..... !I. ... ft.aVflHaW .

thWsruI eyteYa too a bu tour of Have a snowing; and learn a dance M M r 1 iyb' ...IWaf/ .aaWaWn'llI Mi hand

.. Miami B.. eb aDd a&t. tnt .la don world wide. .One M Ok* even* JftMvded: ..... Hen.National.

._ --1 towIW soul du. Also you' bays .graduated you are ry MeW ..iov....

a .... eruias aDd a yi.it to we.saa. to any ebb and It will CHsard AdMBM,'. General; Cot.Bafpn .

a__ p..e1'ed InOet i be: the aamo whefr yea) ... C. Ibvta.' Cnmaniltr: I : afUk

...... There Is IS or mate ........ k this. Moth Taistoai>tojr Group.
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Oa Saturday night a banquet area, ** are anor. wilt mak H d !

..waa bald for the group, w uh nuwe' ...aelthg.ts'e Y

-. giveaway said a floor will pick a deb n am. laterhev 0 ankh AFB.kwtudarf. .
ou.r. caw ...- lwtetrt-g 11ssd
... ..r atertamirtg. ,mmptetew and a president'ks-prod- .
MIa kato elasetsi. --- *.nt. aeeretary aad tr.aaarer. alee tfk. liar. OnytaTnrelmeld. W.
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gave tn .. ,
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throb. p-... they a reporter. .
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n and etedtrtion. A. O. i '
.r ... 0rt.aM at 4..**. Kovwtnberso and to a ...-". ..a, sigawtie .. ; Carp--'""
bell Jr. Motif ,
an very ....... IMd soM pleased tesltAn. eeeaneataty .
Capt Ed NawMsond I Guard...-..
Had 'n.- sign sibeve
ttr .ussiirftil trip they : > atready are r
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nder.
Pre-1d J "Jahn
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j t tIM'll" of band 21 wfli be ' ..
able t* __ heath< Ok* 2Cfa and ,. .f,.'. Map ILsts C'astaptloy.
i ; and If (fee. .... .....
Nrtw. \ rentlnoc. Thaw* are '..... Julreli trr any .. tftarrewd
If.t ? i hidden... tlorw ..
wen Idwt by Nt0
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At *. b* foelowvd and ell
tn* n I*..*f yes mlas two orMe ...... .. we aauldn Ssstn,

A apectal ti+.. tar....ela. Start. ft .ilv.* ctsssea. yea w0 net ,

.IM bass.. arw hie W.tdaYbs wIS fe aW. to gradwMr-ReperlK. . :

held m L.oav eve u.. lasrtlnasst .. t ,, . Weatltcr ....,t

sis..,.. K..... aa; to hire SHIKTH AND I. '' .r __ ;,.r >_ ,.._
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Ai to :_ TO fit, a4v*5 VyggMai TW .Jt spcar> was ........, aasfgaeit. t* Hrysss AFXTeaa CAP .'....a*.rtaUir, *. Ctm Hob Bat sew I.ew ....

All e....... sad aD fri..a bawd T>e *Fee. > Dow Oa wfBfcsJA Air .... Sore to Oh. Oryor ...*.* 0Cfcrtt .Raft. .. thou. least *. I* May, IM M. waaawajaed ath._. ..... NdJa. ssld. wis* N..,. II 'Fl M d' .

' ..LaMr.. laea .. -- JIf sB..etOify. n.**Maat .oand.Ir rariaaleai. >........ a* UM Ve Air 'atret.. .... Ifasy, *. Bae.. AFB Test. t* .... .... e.n /do-wld ana.y lie la .N' M "

m tsvMad. tt sg tag w18 b.at .. .fjl.! KaneeUtey 21. at Y .... attN e'aejs* Boy9 aow'ieaeex.esv' at wlias .........? Lsa.Jey new ft* IsVI and tee > tbs.Air rarm aea a* G**. K.ifaAfadfelMl :. 13 74 SS'' a'u

..aRsd 190 omb d.ttwot MaUMtat Oiimil Araaeey sirs. II __ 1w.- aaH .......bynr Ibis a uaft'SoU" wee aaopaed byw 1_ .Was. yy. S. .CtSweat>N speahe '" ''s' cite M kM

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VOLUME DeFUNlAK' STIUNGS., FIX>IUDA THt'RSDAY. NOVEMBER 19. 1964

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Fasten Ray, White. .
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New Harmony Holiness.Church ik 4 .
Pastor: Leo Mlxell; " v ;
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Indian Creek Baptist Church __
Wilbur Kelly, Pastor .' \

Davis LaDe Baptist Church
Factor, Orvls Miller ...
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Santa Rosa Mission :'. ,) '"
Baptist .
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n.....Marvin Taylor J''t. (.'
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First Presbyterian ChurchGarcia -.. **
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( Drive .u Ink 9ft, FlaOayto .., ,"s!
W. Threlkeld. Miniate .}fOillla "" .4..

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W. Threlkeld. MinisterEuehee . ">. '
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V. Presbyterian, Churchy. ..; ." f .
rreeport Presbyterian ChureaOlendaie
Presbyterian Chulpit?.
Red Bay Presbyterian' Churoh ,
.John M. Ash .Minister C ..1 "
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daunt Ap.....'. X...... .Chwrak +, tt .S ", i
Bev. George Mllam '"

First ".\bodJ8I Church.' ; . .
Circle Drive W... .
Rve LaoadoD,Garrison, :+
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Wesley Memorial \
Methodist
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C. C. Colvln .
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Winston Jay .

W. 1L Venters Memorial- ... ,
Methodist. of Choctaw Beach..r
J., D. Renfroe -

Freeport and Portland ;
Methodist ChurchJ.
D. Rantrea 1

Bruoe Mathodan Churafc, r-- (
Hurley Guy, Pastor ... t- AI ? . I
Ak ua Center ..... Methe4M. -
J. A. Anthony. Jr. 1'
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Darlington Methodlai Churoh,. ,
Rev. C. C. Colvin ."
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Ponce d. Leon Methodist Church
Rev. C. C. Colvin y"

DeJTuaUk tlyelapc Flret. .... i'UvM 4" , aLii) 0 .GUG. '
A il v.etr R.SeI. : : : 'Oo A'
W. O. Wlllham Pastor., t .,,. a }' ....->. |" *SP ft1. rty. >. ..

East Baptist Church. :
Richard' Bloodworth Pastor'.
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eJdwte A anu.t C>w1 .e
W. Baldwin Aveau* Not old enough for a novel, a dictionary, an encyclopedia.
Rev. Wilbur r. Cotton, PaalecNwthattf r (."'I'YfI&Ml9ti4
But old enough for the Bible! K.....lr AJvnrtUing ferric,Inc. '
JIQtIIft ChurehiJUv. ,
..OleaQaskln ..... 8tr..burg.V.
Forrtaithftjfe very-years before she fully understands! truth, a '

I... u. Johnson lint Baptist Pastor>> Church. childJe rns..tq respect God's Word. Reverence lfi b m. A sense.of the .

>...*....* --... Oars .. I impbl .ance-of. : religion develops. x
W, L. Clark PastorFrlatMlanh .
> Bap.... ovtti The.paasages.must be short. . and enalbl -dao n. Child!lb.but,

C. Lester WMkb',,P.... searchingquestions must be answered. Mother and,Dadwill, .soon discover ''

Gaakln South Baptist ChMr ,y. that explaining Truth to their child deepens .tbe1r,own.com; i t

Rev. Tucker ApUn prehension., ,. i .

Gleadale......Aeu. .'. ...
J. D. Birmingham, Pastor. ;"- Take-*adrantage/, a parent's ,rodst sacred :privllejM Iatrp4w ?

1 Lime Stone Baptist riuinaii.. 7O ,.ebUdto"God.lako, the .Bible,part of the...faaaily. *..Participate ...
!f Rev. Cony slack Pastor in and.ooperaU: .with the Church's. program of reUgiquj, t its., P a

Mew,Uarsaeny Baptlat Ch"* % '
Rev. Kenneth KlckUchtar. ,..' i A Child, ''f.wa.aplritu.Uyw'bo.e parents g waitt41.yI I I

Oak. Oreve Bap. .at tivsi, 6 _
Kenneth :WadK.Pastor J
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GOOD THINGS FOR .
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Have A Nice Thanksgiving!
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Reynold. Heavy DutPleasure Shop Piggly
Wrap 25 foot rollKellora'a 57c' '
Wiggly For .
For Stuffing
Croutettes 7 oz box 35c Smoked Hams, Fresh WILSON CERTIFIED I

Dole Crush-Chunk.TWbit USDA Inspected, Grade "A", YounffTURKEYS
: Hams, Chops, Steaks,
I P'Apple I 3 211 cans 69c
. Baking liens or Fresh
Camellia Ermp.
. Milk 3 tall cans 39c Oysters!


FreshCranberries
USDA Good USDA Good

Mature Beef Mature Heel

i I 1 Lb.Pklt. o RoundSTEAK ChuckROAST 45 s

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SpecThanksgiving iall 1 Lb. Lb.
Eastern Grown

Baking
. Sunny land WII+<>n.. Certified. ,(
' : APPLES L 15 Brand We ALto Have USDA tirade: Inspected"A" 16 Lbs. & Up ,

Lb. Pare PorkSAUSAGE Swift'sPremium 10 .to 16 Lbii, YoungTURKEYS Average Wt. .J.

MMM Good! ,, ::
One Lb.Roll39c Lb. The "Perfect Mate. For l Every Mate! j

Yellow Butterball 'Ocean Ocean Spray

ONIONS TURKEYS 37c Spray. CRANBERRIESSAUCE

21S _ _______ _ No.

3 Can 300
Lge. StlkH
Lb. Bag Limit Two Can.. At This Trice
Fresh
Tubby Junior Show Flake MrKtnzle WKrrnrlFrozen Hunny' Tvnn. I I'rurnSTRAWBERRIES

Coconut 14 oz. has: 39c And Corn
Queen Ann Diced FruitCake Crisp .
Mix 1 lb. pkg. 49c )
21 (> /III O .
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Diamond Baby Size
Walnut 1 lb. bag 39c l l\lorton'\ Vi Frozen
Diamond Di ed. Size
Pumpkin or Mince MeatPIES
Walnuts 1 lb. bagHoliday 49c
Brazil 2 Lge.-Stlks. s

Nuts 1 Ib. bag- 39c 2a Oz.
I J Size
Yellow Rose CriscoSHORTENING-


I .' Hunt' Tomato Hunt.Tomato No.300 Can
Catsup 20 oz.hot.99c Sauce 2 for 39c
......'. Whole. '.. No. 2\t I IM. Mont. Tiny.
3 Lb.Can 59 3 Lb. Can 69 --w Peache. can 29c Pea no.. 303 can 37c
w. Give HAH Htampe! W. Give HAH Ntan. p.l.

Cnatomer. Choice of One Can of Shortening Chaise & Sanborn
At or More Order

FHEUO COFFEEOne w


Lb. Can
3OO S6-H STAMPS :
Umltl One Can With ts.oo or Mere Oroer

With Specials & Coupon Belew .....nI or IMBoburr.. Nabisco.. Heal. CII<<. P.uml
Lustre Cr.**. t..a.In. en. Biscuits 6 for 49c Ham ll4 oz. cello sac
Spray Set $ saiuIpoA pVl...th Qvart Jr I Nabbco.......,1. 12 Ti <>'.
II Rea.and Sefl..yal4 Mayonnaise 49c PJitwhccU cello 45c
99c M 3oz.8te60cS We ci..HAH $ .... w. Give HAH Htamp!
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& II Green Staauw111th 1 :
thin teepee and S734. er>Mere Play WE GIVE
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platy /fwrt% Oiw ceep vA tMt nrlC..v-
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WEST END DeFUNIAK FOR SALE: THREE BEDROOM
'I I The Casualty Count i>y jerry Marcu.l lr P. T. A. TONIGHT/ AT 7 P.M. house bath and a half. Small
I' clown payment. Call collect, MU
West DePunla School P. T. A. 2-2950 at Crestview. lOtfchg: NOTICE
r will meet tonight, Thursday, November
.1 19, in the School Cafe FOR SALE: BAHIA GRASS
torium at 7 p-m. a Hay, well fertilized. Call Glendale
,i 659-2282. 1029tfch
I All parents are urged to attend -
SHOP
LOFTIN'S BARBER DAVIS
this meeting. A Vow Swrie of Your" Dortor of M.dici.. FOR SALE: toss CHEVROLET. -
Loral .dcal Soctety ud tfc
6 Florid Mcdral truck with
Anoetatio 1 and a half ton
I Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Garrett PLASTIC SURGERY : fourteen foot enclosed body. New-' BARBER SHOP -
...fUItK'Sc. Jr. (Jendia Blake) of Melbourne A BOON TO MAN ly painted. $505 cash. 301 20th:
'"" GlRAGtn : spent several day with St. It.
} their parents, Mrs. Eunice Blake SPENCE'S BARBER ..
Psychological effect of physical ,. -
Ali and Mr and Mrs. Henry Gar- defects vary tremendouslywith FOR RENT: FURNISHED brick
I rett, Sr. of Bay Grove. individual Some person house, one bedroom tile bath.
with but a slight facial or Hwy 90 West. J D. Francis Ph. RHODES BARBER SHOP'Will
I bodily disfigurement suffer far
1 I TW 42567. ll:29,26d
4 i r more mental V..e than
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other with i ot
FOR SALE: BLONDE Colored
y yl physical defect _... -
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chihuahua. Registered. Very be closed Thursday and Friday, Nov.
Plastic Ie I one of the
medical specialties surgery which deals friendly, .show dog stock. Will 26 and 27 for Thanksgiving.
with the surgical restoration of sacrifice for 2500. Call TW

in congenital order to and improve acquired function defect 8-3791 nights. Also will be closed December 25 and 26 for

and esthetic effect. Great advances USE OUR EFFICIENT Carpet Christmas but will remain open all day Thursday -

J. V. LAWSON OWNER World War were II when made new during method Shampooer FREE with purchaseof December 24.
for reconstruction of injured Blue Lustre shampoo. Fisher
WED..THURS.FIfI.AMERICAN area were developed and Hardware Co. They will be closed Thursday and Friday

tie. performed.Plastic surgery call for special FOR SALE: SEVERAL GAS December 31, and January 1, for New Year's.
INTERNATIONAL .. 'knowledge and skill. The icaters. Cheap. Call TWT 4-5809!
.' plastic surgeon needs an understanding tpd.
pr..efs<< of the patient'
personality -
T r 'lmJlasQ.UEofTHI a* well a* his FOR SALE: GIANT Kerosene
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disfigurement. In most case*,
i blow torch, used
: once. Burn out
physical correction also improves
RED DEATH the mental attitude. A stumps, weeds crack rocks. First
- eb10'iHicolDR person with a physical defect 2800 takes. Ph. TW 4- 809,
""' ccwI should consider front all. angle Frank Peterson, Iliway 90 W. Itpd 'I
I "t' the need for plastic surgical
I n THINK rvf IOCATID THI TftOUU.1." correction and also should be
TAMUMO THANK YOUI
cognizant of the difficult and
5 ) The; Tnrrsfer*..,." Xervfee VINCENT PRICE meticnlou work often required.
When a patient cooperate

J Driver error caused mere .than 3,000,000 CD'.Dbl.'I!! completely, the work with i I.the done plastic with surgeon the

INL \ _4J! most tie. satisfaction -to both par- CaswellMotor

f SATURDAYDOUBLE The plastic surgeon' field i I. wish to express my appreciationto
F Party Pretty And Delicious FEATUREIt by no mean confined to 'beautifying "
lie i is called upon to remove -
.., disfigurement and also to the voters of Walton County for
At The
Happened
restore structures Injured by
.:'1't, World's Fair, disease sons afflicted or accident with Many a physical per the nice vote you gave' me for Sheriff

defect have been lifted out of
In Color despondency and given new life SPECIALS of Walton County for another four-
through plastic surgery. l
Elvis PresleyPLUS year term.

FOR RENT SIX ROOMS fur- 1961 Chevrolet
ti 4y : nl.hed. three bedroom. All elec- I
rYIN10N tile kitchen automatic washer 4*Door I have tried to render the
BOBBr '+ And TV nntenna Included. $65 you
per mo. Call TW 44081.l:19tfcw ; 31095
: best ,possible service and will con-

,. ask FOR SALE: TWO WHEEL 1961 Dodge
{ tinue to do so. Please call on me at
utility trailer, four by
seven foot ,
'.Door
I three feet high new tires, two
I pares, canvas cover. 10000. 3895 any time if we can help you in.. any
8UN.-MON.-TUES. hone TW 42819. Ill9.28pd: *
way.
I HELP WANTED: STANDARD 1ft.
i Coffee Company will hire men 1960 Ford Pickup I
who qualify 'to operate home '

I A happy touch of Hawaii can ba part of your next party . shopping routes. Transportation 595BAKER
I firaaal' or informal whm you **rv* the** tasty TeriyaklXabobs. : urnlshed.) $80 week starting rrl\1-
Il lr<.!>iiiic pln.appl. chunk. are arranged with h...t Malt ary Write giving qualifications
' that has ti*.n \arinaiod In a flavorful aauco. then broiltnt. ThUv Dlmey To: W. K, DeShazo P. O. Box CIO,
U an e ptlonally Rood companion to pineappl, and, adds ewers Tnterprlse: Ala. CASWELL
just the tight amount aaltlnass to the appetisers. TttttlLtk 11:19.28.t2:3IOcbaPO": : Howard IAndy'Anderson

1'.Arabi. ..... SALKt ..u"$.. Vtf....... MOTOR CO.
1 pound top round or sirloin cup pineapple' syrup ;nary table model III FI phonograph.First .
aUak. % thick, cut into 3tS 11 cup soy aura
L $AS takes It. Frank Peterson
each ground -
cubes ,11 teat>oon guvKr rawaootar Free Parking
111 cups drnlnsd. pineapple and sugar Hlway 90 West or Ph. TW
i chunks (No. 211 or liji} \\ teaspoon Rarlio aaltZoama -8808.. Itpd. Air Conditioned Show Room
os.can) Bluffed green olive
Drain pinenppla chunks and reserve syrup. Comblna pineapple. FOR SALE Keroaen Heater, Easy Terms SHERIFF
yrup aoy aauc.ground ginger,sugar,and garlic salt.Add steak heap, $15.00 takes. Frank Peter-
cubes and let stand for one hour at room tmiperature.When .sun Iflway 90 W. Phone. TW Iliway U. S. 90 West
ready. to cook drain the meal Thread a rube of meat .c.S8O9. Itpd
a chunk on a skewer or bamboo slick. liroU 3:
.Kea r.in"pl. for 6 mlnutm; turn and hrokl 0 minutes more. ---- - -- - -
Add a stuff*d! green olive after lirniling. 8rrv imm.diat.ly. or !
a% v. la a chafing dlah to keep Kaboba tote (Olive is added afttrferottlBt
to prevent shriveling,)

Y au built-in
KILLED MORa DEER and Fresh Water Fish Commission. get .. ,
Archers took SO deer and 30
,'The special archery season' onsUn hogs in the two-week hunt. Approximately
t Air Force Base, ended Sun. 400 hunters partici ,- glamour without
day with a record harvest being pated. The kill last :year was 24 I
f igltered. according to John d er. I logs. were open this .*.- ,I. r
drown regional manager Game son for the first time.
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you voters of Walton County

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yekr'''Cleirk of the Circuit Court. 1k 69 .

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and the,many. favors shown me. h $2.08 Per Week Billed Monthly!

; u .; f' Just alias| If In the apses of your present rang . J',

Thank you all. + look built-In without the cot of remodeling your pr.. : '!

ant kitchen. f.buloua400"" feature Include u1o-
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matte dock. eYe! -Uvsl. porcalaln ov.n, broiler and control

We always welcome every opportunity I, *,, xclutfcr* iMbVtway cooking top. four mtutunft .

to serve you. ,, -'r+ w .M Infinite; cooking: top unto smart -.ustwtoy-
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PRICES GOOD TILL THANKSGIVING
FREE 50 GRAND!!! PRIZE "YlthPun-haseorAny
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CRISP-TENDER Armour's.' ._
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Stalks Large 0 Ce TURKEYSARMOUR 33 ;

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Copeland Pure Pork-Free Samples Fr(.&Sat

J' ; Onions 3 Lbs. 2Sc SAUSAGE = 1 39 C


OCEAN SPRAY U.S.Choice Shoulder Round Hob White Sliced

CRANBERRY IOcR oast BACON

SAUCE, ,Limit 2 With 1
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other big crowd that lined both sides of Racing Checks Are Taking Applications Miss Myrtle Barrow of Pan )''Ir. and Mrs. Everette Yates
THE DeFUNIAK HERALD 1 Bigger Than Ever For Census Enumerators ama City was a business! visitor spent the weekend In Houston,
Baldwin avenue aid adjacent thoroughfaresand here Thursday. Tex. They were guests of Sonny
Combined with TUB BREEZE the crowd had the opportunity of hearing State Comptroller Ray E. Green Hugh Wheat, crew leader for Mr. and Mrs. Mercer Commander Yates at the University of Houston
Del-'Untak Springs Florida high-ranking military and governmental reported today checks: for $39.000 the 1964 Agriculture Census made a basins trip to Pen- for the Homecoming game
I and next, with Florida State.
this month sacola last week.
are being mailed take place
to each of the
Published Every, Thursday at officials. 67 counties as their share of the' I I. now taking applications for Mrs. J, F. Daniel Mrs. 1C E. Miss Pam Miner of Jacksonville
DeFunlak Springs Florida General Henry McMillan, Florida National first payment of the race track enumerators, it is* announced by McConnell and daughter Kay, of,' a student of FSU, was the
Are tax fund for the the U. S. Census Bureau Atlanta. Panaama City, were guests of weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Completely Covers Walton County Trading Guard Adjutant General, General E. B. current fiscal
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period. Those Interested in this Mr. and Mrs. Curtis RutherfordSunday. Ray .Bannister and Mr. and Mrs.!
From Alabama to the Gull of Mexico Cassady, Commander of the :Mobile Air Ma- Green said the payment I is employment should g temporary I John M. Bannister.Mr. .
Second-Class: Postage Paid terial Area, Brookley Air Force Base, Congressman $5.000 more than each county touch with Mr. Wheat as soon Miss Linda Shoaf visited friendsIn . and Mrs. O. C. Paulk, have
H. C. STORRS, Publisher 1024-1803 Bob Sikes and a host of other received for the same period last as possible. Pensacola Saturday. I. returned to DeFunlak Springs to
:year. The tax produced the largest Qualifications necessary are: Mr. and Mrs. Jep Dendy of, make their home after spendingthe
HOWAIlD STOnilS, Editor Publisher local, area and state officials were on the return to the counties last year U. S. citizenship, 18 years of age Birmingham, are spending several paast six years in Crestview.
SUBSCRIPTION: platform. State Commission of Agriculture when total payments reached high school or equivalent, use ofa days with her niece, Mrs. R. C.I Mr. Paulk Is affiliated with
Walton and Adjoining Counties_$3.00 Per Yeast Doyle Conner could not come on account ofa $234,000. car. good physical condition Blue.Mrs. Liberty National Life Insurance.Miss .
written ex- Ann Jones
end ability to pass a John Floumoy spent Wednesday was home the
Other ____ S3.00: Per Yeu previous commitment, but Howard W. Ki- Mrs. Emmebel Jones Mrs. Grey rmlnatlon ; In Elba, Ala., and while paast weekend from Auburn University .
t nard of his office was representing him at Wilson and ,Rocky Wilson made! Employment Is expected to last there attended a memorial ser- visiting her parents Mr.
i Bible, Verse the celebration and at the Walton a trip to Pensaeola last Tuesday. three to four months, with dallypy vice in honor of her brother, the and Mrs. Elmer Jones.
l There shall be a handful of corn in the county Mr. and Mrs. Leo Andrews expected to average $ late Charles H. DrIggers. Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Ward and
i earth the top of the mountains, the fair.Sen. spent several days In Jacksonvillelast with 8 cents! per mUe car allot- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Driggersend children of Gainesville, spent the
upon John A. McDonald and Rep. L. S: week. sons of Elba. Ala., visited weekend here with her parents
fruit thereof shall shake like Lebanon:. and the John Floumoys on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow DeShazo.
(Sam) Campbell were presented by Masterof
they of the city shall flourish like grass of
' Ceremonies A. G. Campbell, Jr. The welcome -
the earth.-Psalms 72:16:
_---oOo-- on' )behalf of the city was given by ance.Hour I

Gems of Thought-1'aace Council President John F. Bludworth, who 24

What all men are really at'ter,1n, some stood In for Mayor. Harold Goodwin, who

form or perhaps only some formula is was absent
We hr probably seen about as many of
peace.-Conrad 3 the Armistice and Veterans parades as anyone DEPOSIT SERVICE WHl7

Nothing can bring you peace but yourself you can: names, and the floats in the '
parade ant the best we ever remember "
but/ see-
; nothing can b 'ng you peace. th'j
principleaEmerson '.* V "V: '"'IDa:. The number and quality of the floats Thieves have
triumph of ___ ...> .. :1 : NIGHT DEPOSITORYUse
vx 'I 'ft'l: . would hare. "done credit! to a municipality of mus sharp eyes ands10ng"
of deter-' ....any. size. The fine Walton band provided music .
and lives
men
The characters our convenient envelope drop. U ears.. .
during the celebration and 'for the
and life of na- pa
mine the 'peace, prosperity Ill A especially ac-
rade reminding us again that there is no- No key is necessary. Deposit supplies
tlns.-Eddy tive during these vaBUKGLJlMS -
; thing like band and -
quite
. a a parade
C( are furnished and your receipt will cottbnmon A0/S6the
Peace .f is not an absence of' war. It is a Capt. Ed Hammond, Guard 'Commander, less show of vaInIUIII -

virtuy;, state. of mind, a disposition for ben and' all members of the local company, wish be mailed, the following: day. '/ ables-3rou the more of them 1

evolence:--confidence,, j justice. Spinoza. to express their thanks and appreciation to safeguard in one of
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you
everyone who helped in to make ;
any way
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BANKBYNAILAsk I our safe deposit boneshelesshicelyyourhomeis-
There can be no, greater service to man- the celebration the success it was. In addition -
mission than devotionto they particularly want to thank the for :1.
ind and no nobler us free bank-by-mail 1 envelopes.
Sheriffs department and the city police department to be burglarised._
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world peace.-Truman Every mall box is a teller's window. j f J
oOo.. for the many services they rendered ""

The sky is silky with milkwhitostreaks I .during, the big' day. / -.III- tRent
And underneath "cool breeze brews; ----oOo---- a ttrfs> cf*posn box here now

My hair nwr/, my heart a flag in a iral&*- A, Fart Of Life BANK' .. of vary small celt I .
How can I help*thinking of one BO frail. Those who are asking a return to the good CAWTHON STATE V 1 1THE'

The moon plays with the '1lIiImmerln| "'"sea old days of government, when cities, counties DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA. -

And the pulsing ripples 'dance 'in- glee1; states and other governmental bodies FIRST NATIONAL BANKMeMbsr

, The silent evening spreads a "silver, sheen- looked after their own financial affairs, will :Member .
How can I help thinking,\ of my heart's be Interested In this report on the way government Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. -' Federal Corporationin
Bcpoait Insurance
queen? subsidies to Florida have increasedin

The stream is dappled with fallen flowers the past third of a century. tIn I .- - -- _._.. -

The fishes below never count the hours; 1030 federal grants to Florida amounted -

The swallows In pairs are twirling in airflow to about one million dollars-$1,022,000

can I help thinking of one so far? -or 83 cents for each person in the state.In .

The tall trees. shiver in the evening cold. 1002; 30 years later, these same fed
The wildfires flicker; and behold\ eral' grants to Florida' had increased to
The western orb Is flaming rid I $15RGOCOOO( or "$29.07 for each person in

Can I forgot -Liu Fu the state-.and there are a whole lot more

-------oOo--- people In the state than there were 32 years

t It Wan A lllft Day! ago, too.These..
Congratulations to all the officers and figures' are revealed in a study

men of the Walton county National Guard of state and local governments in Florida'

unit for the fine Vcterns Day cclebrtaion Statu University, written by Dr. Vincent

I held here last week. Thuraby and Miss Annie Mary Hartsficld.a .

s This revival by the Guard of the old Armistice research assistant. .tr"""" tosV
Day celebration has caught on in And Florida is not at ,the 'hernl'"of;:-the > '_

a most satisfying way. and cooperation with class, by any mesas, when .' ma.tq g;t-: ,

the event has been universal.The ting federal aid, as the national average.now '
large crowds which thronged the,city ,Stands t at $24.49 per capita. .J.

thoroughly enjoying' themselves) showed. Grants as a percentage of total revenue I Iof

that there Is still a place for n patriotic cel- state and local governments. FlorjdjM,I

ebration of this kind', and tliat'parades and amounted to 10.8 'per cent In 19G2.:the e \
band music and respect have not passed out authors said. This is fifth from the bottomof "

t of our way of life. the pile percentagewise, with Alaska
The athletic event., '('On\eat""nd..aquana.\ .Cranking.first-.more than one-thiniof, .total ..'4

dancing: exhibitions, as usual drew huge revenue coming from the federal govern psi t..

throngs: on Baldwin avenue to enjoy these ment. 1
t events. Tho memorial' service( actually ;the We just na well be realistic about It-: .

central idea.behind the ,wholo event held at when, the federal government sends us back b.-' -N1A '

11:00 a. m. by members of thoV 1ton some of the money we have sent it In th.e

County Miniatoilnl. ( Association. solemn form of taxes, the federal government will '
and Impressive and provided a fitting tribute tell us how to spend. It. and there is-no use c

for'all veterans. ij* \. :j. of fretting about:, this fact of life. When we

The speaking' ,that _afternoon! drew an- accept the funds we take the strings.HALF' .

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Henry Clemmons.' age.>.70. I''
of Ireeport. died Friday In local
hospital. A native of Geneva
county Ala! he had resided In
rreeeport' for the past IT year

funeral' services were conducted _, SIZES .....................
at II:KM aji\. Thursday from DR I VIE ... 1SAVE No two families use electricity
the Black Creek Methodist church ,
with Rev. iiuiicy i>. Guy <>r- to
IcteUnc. Interment followed In :.
the DUck Creek Cemetery. with makeyou the same way! '
Contender Funeral llama direct-: ''
In*. No two families decorate alike-live alike or even use electricity

Survivor Include three some ... .. in J just the MOM way.. ,
Bryant Clemmon. Freeport.. IL look iiOfilitvon You may have more appliances, use them oflcncr. entertain more t'
Clemmons. LAS Vecws. Nev.. and or have a target f.aJDb.n--saw only& a few of the many *14
Earl D..Clenvnona of the U. R. twice difference: that iafiunc electric tflis.KememW "'
I Navy .In Norfolk Va. There *rI0 . our loauranct '
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< grandchildren and two great t as with ,.7 that your electric bBl refects your way of living .h-S! '' ,, '
*n e.w pUa
grandchildren.Asmames. the modern comfort and conveniencv el.c tridt bring , ,,,
MIl tees rtfNorm ly
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Pastorate lovely tIrIn. "co.J. Sft asssoon Percent 15L5310OVOLmm ?$! -

The- R.... James Smith of : NO w)7)
Do-rer. FU. assumed the pastorate Weiss
V of the rrletwUhip Baptist .G fF'SReacb'TeWear Pridjten IIk1K. \;:
g::: iadb on October II.TOfcta .
d U hU nest church Ph. TW 4-2311 'L_" ". . -. .....
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William men. WALTON, COUNTY t' S . .
Guy Davis Jr. ae: President Cordon Blacks'111 s Chamber of Commerce To Instruct New Lawyers Governor Bryant has appointeda Committee on the Education of Community Calendar
committee of 27 women known I I Women" and this croup enlistedthe No. llKNov. 2fi(
William Guy Davis, Jr. Pensa- ( thinking of about 100 additional -
cola lawyer, son of Mr. and Mrs women leaders In professional Nov. 1 >-DeFuniak Masons-7:30.
Cur Davis of this place, will and business field in Rurltan-7:00.
instruct newly admitted lawyersin %: approaching the problems! and Valley Paxton View I"TA-7:00.: : CHECK WITH US ON ALL YOUR OFFICE SUPPLIES
how to c:
handle real property needs of women in a chancing I Nov. 21-Paxton Masons-7'30.
transactions at a legal education society. .
'Nov. S3-DeFuniak Uons7OOFreeport :
seminar this week in Tallahassee I Friday at the University. was Uon .
7-OO
: Staples Staplers Stamp Pads Gem Clips India Ink
The week-long course sponsored La&e4OI1.t devoted to lectures and discussions Beta Sigma I'hl-7:30.: ,
annually since 1933: by the followed by a banquet Nov. :34! -Kmanls i --1215: .
Junior Bar Section of The FlorIda hosted by President and Mrs. Deta Sigma Phi-8-OO: Magic\ Markers, Lindy Pens, Pencil Sharpeners, File'
r t Bar, is Blackwell of the University. On
designed to help beginning Quarterback Club-7:30.
lawyers bridge the gap Saturday with the Florida Lca'slature Nov. 23.-No School
between law school theory and at a coffee, a Legislative Nov. Thanksgiving Day. Folders, Columnar pads, Clip Boards, Legal Pads,
the actual practice of law. Recognition program and a bar- 3to School-Stores Closed

with Davis honors received from his the law University degree, ARE YOU TIRED slum.becue luncheon' at Tully Gymna Notice To Ut'Stde-n---' Carbon Paper, Mimeograph Stencils, Lettering, Stencils,

cf Florida College of Law where In the afternoon the group attended -I Of West DeFuniak
he was a member of the Order OF DEFROSTINGYOUR the dedication of the pew Steno Pads, Instant Typ* Cleaner, Ink Eradicator
of the Coil Phi Beta Kappa Phi University Union buildings and The newly constructed sanitarysewer
Kappa Phi Tau Kappa Alpha heard an address by former Governor system in your area is now
and Phi Delta Phi. lie also served Leroy Collins. This was followed in service. Effective" November 2. Scotch Tape.
assistant business manager for REFRIGERATOR? by a performance of the 1904 house plumbing may be connected -
the University of Florida Law opera "I Pacliacci presented by to the new sewer ...rvlceline&
Review He is a member of the the State Opera Association, of Many more miscellaneous! items In stock now.
Florida Dar American Bar Association Florida. Residents In the area will have
Now
and the Society of the you can defrostautomatically. I'Tb three DeFuniak women until February 2. 1965 to connect .
Bar of the First Judicial Circuit. No who attended this conference at tt., the neIystem without payingthe
Ife IB aslo a member of the Junior the invitation of President DlackJ customary tapping! fee. eFREEfFISHER'S HERALD OFFICE
Bar Section's Board of Governors fuss No mess No ,.ell and his committee are meat Those residents seeking to connect -
representing the first cir bees of the Pilot Club of DeFun- secure a permit and inspection
s cuit. bother. Simple and iak Springs. ,from the City Building Inspection
Department: Unauthorised
Conference On Education care-free as an electric r' Mr. Bernice Peacock spent tap-Ins will be in violation.
Of Women Attended clock.Get Friday in Pensacola. City Council
fly I
Local Residents --.- n___ City of DeFuniak Springs I

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Mrs. Mary B Harris. Mrs. Anna yours at . ---
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Reardon and Mrs Marie Douglass,
were among the..women of Florida -
attending a conference at HAYES GARAGERt.
Florida State University Friday
and Saturday to discuss", the problems 3,Box 19 on '
of women in Florida today, Glendale Road !
especially in continuing education

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see GIFT. OF 100 SILVER DUG
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t 71aA aow'iso toots. 1 ,

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roe* done toed, Two turkeys and n gift of $25.00 cash at 2 o'clock p. m. Saturday,
s ttm i* r st flw stars tan
use 'p a Jar<*r LOWING cou stturM November 21, Saturday, November 28, Saturday, December 5,
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tats Mans sad sstOOJOOOS Is.hM
'00''n -kd DAY.
tmaacrau.l' -
. f .tlr i 100 SILVER ,POLLARS. These gifts will be given away In front of
. ..tc. 1rlpl MiritM.a'r. the Fisher Hardware Store in ,DeFuniak Springs at the hour and

;: ''\.' ), ilwt1ti auMss Ma atntt.re sd AssI ha .m- dates mentioned to the persons whose registration numbers are

... drawn on the dates of the giving, subject only to the requirements -

.: .': : r > and conditions outlined hereafter. You will not be required to

.'i{ .ru j: ,. ,attend;the drawings to win a turkey. Your number will show on

l--" &the. register and the nice fat turkey will be delivered to jour home

.. ... ": .. i.., If you live in DeFuniak Springs. Otherwise it will be dressed and ...

.,.. .... r .. -.J plsced.IB.cold" 'storage for you until you call for it. However, It

,- A't .. / 'WILL BE necessary for you to'be present to be given one of the

'*":CASH)GIFTS, an thcy-irffl only be given when the person Is

whose is drawn. r
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IIIi o6; t' JJietrBardwara Store In pn*,n and rcM. 9'- to .....d t. ragtaUr.i .
1L 'aoatieM i ""or each cl...... the riiatwtfe you,wM a.t .. fweje tiedj .. par a ftHtny af I
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WORTH8 : :_ ONE riME for each drawing. ate+.nat mt TMV MHBtor* act y..r auaiber. ,
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II II I 160 SILVER DOLLARS on THURSDAY. DEC. 24 dA4 4' ,

I .'1 1964, are as follows AH of 'the registration cards" for <'I..,. ___tP 4\"'

I I '4i,1I the entire Reason of giving,.,including. all cards" drawn -

I l lI JH previous awardings, will he dumped !In one barrel or ..

I I on and from that will be drawn the card that receives V",..

p ;. the Grand Final GirL To receive this. GRAND FINAL .. ." p
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GIFT' the person MUST\ HE PRESENT and cards" will
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Walton Men In Service Airman Godwin a graduate of lowing participation in the largest Charles W. Fountain, chief First Methodist Church New WALTON MENUS J I NOTICE
Walton high Is being reassignedto amphibious combat training exer- radarman, USN, son of :Mr. and Rev Lsngdon Garrison, Pastor November 23.24MondayHamburgers !r
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IIARRY J. GODWIN Patrick AFB, Fla., for dutyin cise in the Atlantic since World Mr*. Henry S. Fountain of Route Welfare workers carry Identi-
Airman Third Class Harry J. his new specialty. War II. He U serving aboard the 3, I* serving aboard the attack Youth Night will be observed minute fication cards at all times. Any
attack cargo ship USS Uvalde. aircraft carrier USS Saratoga, r.ext Sunday at the church. The
Godwin son of Mrs. Odell H steaks and rice with gravy, sliced person who represents the wel-
Godwin of 701 W. Van Burcn WILLIAM: P. PAGE During the operation, the Uval: operating out of Mayport Fla. fourth Sunday ,of, each month is tomatoes and lettuce succotash, fare department has an up-to-
Ave., has graduated with honors Navy Commander William P. de supplied equipment to Marine Saratoga provides a mobile airfield teing designated<< as Youth Night. peaches, cake, rolls with steak, date official identification card
from the training course for U. S. Page, son of Mrs. John D. Page ground troops during and after : for more than 80 planes that Special emphasis will be on the milk. from the State of Florida Department -
Air Fore communicationi wiring of DeFunlak Springs is visiting their beach assault. Include attack bombers, and youth and the youth will provide I of Public Welfare. The card
specialists at Sheppard AFB, Tex ports in the' European area fol- CHARLES W. FOUNTAIN fighter attack aircraft that pro- special music, serve as ushers and Tuesday-Turkey; and dressing bears the state seal official signatures
vide a mobile striking force for lead in the service. Rev. Garrisonwill with cranberry sauce hamburgers and a card number.
Inland attacks on enemy Instal- preach the sermon on "Youth English peas, fruited cello,
t lations, in addition to air strikes and the Christian Faith. scooter pie, rolls, milk. The elfare., department issues
I ti i WOW! LOOK against ships and beach fortifications A special offering will be received this notle to warn against un-
during, a sea assault.FRANK next Sunday in memoryof Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Hinton scrupulois swindlers who oc-
Burlelgh Law, recently killed of Pensacola, were weekend caasiona'ly take advantage of
E. BIRDWELL. Methodist Missionary. in the guests of his parents Mr. and people *jy impersonating a wel-
ai: These Army Pvt. Frank E. Birdwell. Congo. The offering will go for Mrs. ir. O. Hinton. fare worker.
son of Mr.. and Mrs. Marvin EBirdwell scholarship aid to young persons
Rt. 3, was assigned to now in training to be a Mis- ,
Big Savings! 'the 101st Airborne Division at sionaries.
Ft. Campbell, Ky on November Gregory" Edward Sellers infant -
2. MADETOORDERRUBBER
son of :Mr. and Mrs.: Robert
Birdwell entered the Army in Sellers received Christian bap-
DRESSSPECTACULAR August 1964 and completed basic tism last Sunday. STAMPS
FALL
1 combat training at Ft. Jackson, Schedule of Sunday Services:
S. C. The 21 year old soldier is D.43 ..m. Church School. ROTARY STAMPS
i a IBfll graduate, of Walton high. 11:00 ajn. Morning Worship
:3:30: pm. Youth Choir Re- SIGNATURE STAMPS
EI BORN o. HKW1TT hearsal.
Army Pvt. Elborn O. Hewett, 6:00 pjn. Methodist Youth Fel- SEALS
b son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfice O. lowship. POCKET
r Hewett DeFunlak Springs was assigned 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship.
to the lout Airborne Division DEFIANCE'DATERS
f WE MUST 'CLEAR THE DECKS' OF OUR EARLY at Ft. Campbell Ky.. on Mr. and Mrs. Phil Harris spent
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November 2.
i FALL DRESSES TO MAKE WAY FOR NEW HOLIDAY Hewett entered the Army in several, Fla.days last week in Hollywood -

.. FASHIONS ARRIVING NOW! OUR LOSS, June 1064 and completed. basic, Mrs. Tj Fleming was a visitorin DeFUNIAK HERALD OFFICE
combat training at Ft. Jackson
Paanama City, on Thursday of
( YOUR GAIN! S. C. The 18 year-old soldier is last week. -
a 18C4 graduate of Walton high.

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CMtdrmn's Corner . against you in the above aamwl Court the teat tins of Mid BWi to It.
HISTORY IN THE MAKING. and ana ar* rQ\urd to Intereectlon with the Southern
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A serve attorney a copy rt.ht of way of the LoutarUl *
r PRESSED FLOWER PICTURES of your anvwar or written ( n.M nor .._h.IU. Railroad, thence alone
t rt .' ... - ..... tovrora U>* latn day .fd.Dvcocnbvr _lei R R ROW, 8 78 dee 4S min
-- -c A D. land. and to rUe the or'IIIDai W Iia thenoa a 10 dee ao
i The) Nobel Prizes, pro. :,!ed for I '{ i hereof with th. Chart of tnU court min K fts'o: ft alone th. Wee
,; }: Haratn tall not or a dMtra pro cone MOW line of Owen Btr to point
trader th* will of Alfred low welt b* .nt.r "<1 as.1netyou. of beginning of tract herein dee
\ ((', DON* AND ORDKRxb at DeFunlakSpHnsa rrlbed Thence M S3 de 40 mla W
Bemhard Nobel, Swe<.;sh 'J'v .Florida, this the 13 day of IO3.3 ft, tbenc a dee aft min
chemist and engineer, :t ".._m...... A, t>. lltM. M 10*S ft. theno a 75 dee 33 min
A Serrtc of Yar Doctor *t VeJtcIaeornr I : (**AL) K. two Andrew W 317.0 ft thenr a on dec O4mtn
are given annually! men \ Ix-t.l Medical Sean aae the Clerk of the Court 314.l rt. thenr N 78 dee
and who "ha\ Florida Medical A..rut.rHEART Walton County Florida 31 min t 434 0 rt, thenc N l3
women Art: ... L. R..rroe. o.p"., a.rla dee 3O min W S'3,7 ft, to point'
conferred the greatest benefiton SOUNDSYou C't."1'W'ltLL8 of beelnnlne All eltuat and lylne
or THONI'8ON A "wsxxa: In the BWU of 33, Walton
mankind." They were first "onl.ya .. Law County. Florida. A't: known a* sportion
don't bear P. O Bo. ST orbead
its aubdlrlalouand
distributed Dec. 10 1901 vrl'
on "motor" i* running. referring rl.ruol.k IIprtn_ nones. No. I.
th* fifth anniversary to the heart. Day alter .t. 11.14.21 13.310 you .ar* hereby required to rile
all and night 65 days with the Clerk of said Court your:
day .
day.
.f Nobel's death. written .
(personally o* by
for about 70 the IN THE CISirVlT COttWT or .pcun.
I IALiR.D a year years :anJ WALTON attorney mI".a p wrdla' on or
COUNTY FLORIDA : ;
average the heart does (Its J job. IN! CNANS'tRy NO. before IM4 and thereafter
During this lifetime of the heart JO BFH aTaWAHT.: JHV to nie aerrlce on th. oppnain
rouneel and file with _
let Clerk
P4.$ L it pumps approximately 250,000 .._ rtalauff written d.r..._. If any.. to the entnRalnt your.
tons of blood, resting only a at th* time* preecrtbert low.
All paraons etalmlne eMata. :: ::11 b'rt
sap rtsht.or
fraction of a second between.; tilts > eettlne up th* Mkt.
IntMMt. tn or Ilrf upon, the title or tntereat In, or lien upon the
beats. real pr p a hr.ln d..crtbsd. or
I 1.., Over 8O Americana There are sounds made by the part at.r.or. any abov. herein deanrlbed fall not property. claimed byyou.
or Judgment will
have won Nobel heart when. the valves open and TM8 .TATti n.r....._.. bntered ..'D.' "yo l by default'
blood k'Linda or ft.OtUDA. 'lU1 WTTrrSXUI my hand and the
close as the pasaee aval of
Prize Some of the*. Interest U heartsounds All pereon alalmlne any estate, 'h. sale COurt at Drrtmlak Oprlnn.
through them. Hcht. tilts or Inter a In. or lien upon.t Plodda _
are) Theodore Roo.. became .wupread following M. n.l_ 'r bent tI-.t1led. r this n..Hay t.n of 1.c::.=. r. 1144

: velt, Woodrow Wile the invention of. thei I dries and pre flower from her summer garden Se >erendaat a CM..Zlaear A. Clerk ofhs above
son, Jano Addams. stethoscope to 1819. Docto.I< make pictures which help Mr keep her garden all winter. You are hereoy notified; that .a pr*. styled Court.:
Ernest amming the heart batcn by ,roedln to quiet UU bas ..... broucbt ua la* M Andrew
Hemingway, means of this Instrument whithamplifies : In the Circuit Court for Walton: ooun 01 .,bell A .Andrew*

Ralph J. Buncho and the heart !to.:=:' i iNormal Linda like summertime ant finds that a good way to stretch. ty Ins Ftonoa.any ...scalaat*. ribt.all tlUe pereon or latereet alalm- DeFunlak I'. 0 .V..Bprlne 33* Florida
George C. Marshall. heart summer Into "winter la to dry aad nrea the flower from her gar In. or lien upon lbS rotlowla" dee.vrtbed at I.aw
strikingly similar In all peraoaa.l) den and make them Into picture With tbee on the walls of her, real W'pa.5p.. Shouted a.. w... Novis.3s. c3,1o _
Abnormal sounds, called bedroom, abe can dream of last summers garden and next summer' ton Or..nty ko.Plaid to-wit 1

murk may indicate a heart garden with no trouble at all. u : the PARCtL NC .ra.r of 1 1 the Cs.nechtr awls. 'II' ..at..
order or perhaps just a S. .Linda waits until the mlrfitl of the day. "when the sun has dried, aI, T-I-III, ".II.W. ... ego N
nst
way in which blood e de. S* mtn a IS9O .
Ins
the dew to pick the flower site Intend to dry. She remote the If
. don't know-
through one of the a t lln of sole *W,4 to ,.. you
chambers. Rate regularity a. I leaveS from the stems, because they do not dry well I at all I'U and Iniereeruon with th* *otittterartsht
of ,sounds are checked,( ''place the, flower between layer or paper toweling, coa&lng I of way of. the IjautaTUIe a> watches know
flat she d.,.. NaehMlle nallroad. then* alone
byte lay as so.
physician: while the paJ Ito( tOn eald MOW. line TS d.. 4S nan
treat U at rest la body: sad mind.; top of the flattened flower alt. places one or two 1>16. thick W alias rt. -... a li d.r Se your jeweler !
h The tests are then repeated after ,hooka..The weigh enough eo that.they grew the flower flat. If min a.) .. .....".* of 11.J ft to potn
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the' patient has take) a measured! they are left on sup of the bloom for a day or two. 'II'rHbed etnele..5. Tbenr .sirs TS des nereiit'4* win._
amount of exercise and the* By that time the flower are also partly dry. After removing the w sis* ry. tb* M>* a i* **. i* Before buyingany
tests are continued to determine book. Unda auorea the paper towel with the pressed flowers oo. mln S IISS f%, then* N ts des.
bow long.it take tbe heart toreturn them to a safe place: and lets them dry for a week more. Thenhe's M M nan mla *W tote IOSS fs. nth.e.S tben** M O*N...Si. watch

from the rate during aetsvity ready to make picture dee e/ mm C ioj|V *. tb. WW.terly .
I to its resting rate. . J A' frame, perhaps from the dine store, perkapa from an oM pie- MOW. .... W Owm .t,
Ion I Some heart sounds are described then*. IT I* dec S* ntln W tss*
tare that no one wants, a place of cardboard: that fit* Into the ask a
An historic first In television a* churning. clicking or ft t* point or bevtenl aU Mtw.at .
will take place this sl..htngA severely disordered; frame. aome glue: a piece' of cloth or paper for a background and.J and Stag to uU *WU *4 a**.
Doc. 12 when Zenith Radio Corporation will hire the flower are all that Linda! need to make picture S3. Walton 0Du...... Florida Ate*
heart say, make sounds a now* a* nortton .* MbMybeadnubdlTlelon watch
present a ono hour special-over, ABC-TV of tho 19M dove cooing: or a sea-gulTa Coo arranges the flower OB the background cloth or paper No SFANCU. expert
Nobel Awards, Including tho actual presentation raucous cry. A sound heart routinely form bouquet using spike flower or grasses at the top ...1 NO Si Cw....*__. Mth
makes quiet sounds. f rounded flower nearer the bottom. a* eomer of .... *WV| of ....
made lust 48 hour previously In Stockholm and 0.... M T-4-N, n.lt.W. U'*n** run N
When she bar them arranged a* ah* likes, she lifts them one II 1 ..... S* nun. P IS**. ft, aionaMyt fw people know how. watch 5ael /
In-law end daughter Mr. end ..... and puts tiny dab of gin underneath where the stem "were,' -- --- -- --- - .tsrsSee. or what m.ke. It tick."
Mr. R. O. SalUman.Mr then replace them one by one pressing each onto the glue.
N *Is ,
best to Wave this knowledge
SalUman accompanied her ; After the glue baa dried. ahe situ** the cardboard backing under
Point WashingtonAnd Her family visited her in the borne Thursday, .returning that i the picture place the frame with its ilas ever the picture and t Lt to exports--u) 1s you depend
The BeachesMr. Lakeside Clinic nearly every day fternoon. ,(cardboard, then turning the whole thing upside &down she ...-I eat your doctor or lawyer. tor pro
during her stay Mrs. Molly McGee and Mr*. ,tlttle nails called brads to bold the picture in,platy. V. 1 Nsslonst aovice.

Gene Mrs. W. A. HoUey and rrnd- Louise Barrett of Seagrove Beach, Linda lore to look at her pressed1 flower picture* and her friends -
and Mrs. Infinger daughter. Teressa ,and Regina were business visitors In Panama ask hetee to make some for them WeoKtft yon like to try snaking, Our Watch Csperts will help you
spent Sunday November 8. with pent the Veterans Day holiday CIt Wednesd__ then test ..BMt your nest watch and I In-

his sister Mrs. Ada Ammons and with her brother-in-law and sister Mr 7 *. Ollle Sue-' Godwin of New I 1 e lUre that you gt an accurate. do

family In Red Bay, Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Undsey Orleans spent the weekend with last. week In : : := ....Mansise.t' ut.d sal!r porntoM ovaMty. tlmepieco-one

Mr. W. R. Kobbs and Mr.. iu their 'Sunnyslde Beach home. her family. i with relatives. hi. wit*. e eum. you can wear or the with prldeJAt
Mrs. Annette Ward and Mrs. I ..... pep.rsy M. Ou 'TitMjWanam
Maml. Hatch were business visitor ; Mr*. Godwin and children. Old] Mr. and Mrs. Ctouniy, Phe1da+
in Panama City Tuesday.Mr. .. I Molly McGee of Seagrove Beach end Gay and her mother Mr*. Gray ton Beach -..... Is aa-- watch specialists we have thotataat
Jack were shopping in Panama City afternoon ) visitors In Panama ;: pubil. r.5ofda which afflicts election of quality watch**.
and Mrs. Cosby had Evle SalUman. spent Saturday 'I ;' .. Asthma some
Tuesday of last week. ..... Wt ar* always. ready to aoVtso and
as their guests last week her in DeFunlak where the Miss Julia : and aval ft' three million p.olll. In the

cousins Misses Lou Ella and Mr. and Mrs. Max Kllbourne, children enjoyed the fair. Monday in .the". C lleFunla asp 55 country U not a new d........ Salve you...51 no obligation of

Margaret Beasley of Miss Sim Kllbourne. Misses. Julia BurUson and tDOtw/e.
Nashville Mr. and Mrs. Roy I Mr. Edd Wai line ....,..,. The Greeks mentioned asthma
Tenn. and a friend Mrs. Elizabeth and Helen Strickland formed a granddaughter Teresa and fcirs.' ,.. Ctrvutl Coui as ...rl7be fifth : RHODES
Beach and Mr. JKWKLRSOth
DuBrouhm of Franklin. congenial group shopping In Panama Gene In finger enjoyed the dinner \ ".,. Florida century n c.* using this termto
turned Saturday .
( M% Ileputy Cler
Tenn. They" enjoyed trip to City on Veteran's day. and jng at Red Bay Sunday. Beach where they turn r describe all type of short- Htr tDeFunUk

Wakulla Springs on Wednesday.We Miss Lois Maxon spent Satur Mr. and Mr*. B. X.. Dullard ofWilmington three day session of nes. of b..ttIn fact the *

are glad to report thai day In Fort Walton Beach. N. C.. spent lat Antl-Moanulto AU word asthma la I strictly ClreetiIn Sprlnffn.FlnrltU .

Mrs. Ian Strickland a.I recuperating Mrs. Mel Cameron has returned week with her sister Mrs. Eunice part of the "'" IN sCsb origin and come from the

nicely after being hospitalized to.her.home in Gulf Breeseoaftcr Ilolley there the group was : : : :l i h FS//n11.A see., 045, word meaning to "gasp for "..
In DeFuniak Springs for a week spending a week with her eon- Mr. and Mr*._ Chris Deck pent. tour Cape Kennedy.Aaewmee breath. n11 racommond BULOVA
- --- - ---- ---- -- M.latlf/.. Still earlier mention of this ..rV

Ors OM. allergy Is noted as far bull
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The Rev. James : "' "A..r UOOM relief was sought In inhaling

LET US HELP YOU Dover Fla.. has. a I ha_ vapors from burning plant

pastorate of the ... Shot s f+rur.. drusesWhatever. q a
tilt church 14 mile bee. fund your pr bt.m. It'sa

her. cinch you aren't .Hers;to to

I I Now In his first tho friendly service you will
Bills Bible Institute this) find st Urvlc Drug1 Cum
Pay Your perforate.LEGAL. pany Preecrlptlons' and medUcal 1 ,
supplier' ant our moat

Important bualnea at Service

a. Drug Company. t"1tM-m
me

Does ;Jhis Look Familiar IIIOT.ra or ...... e This week's Ifovsehofd'hint} M> IJ
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.Maw s Her ear nilter tasting mvdlcln will

Television Payments $15.80 per month =.:: lasArly.Aeer' Piste., W. tasteless and more, pU- :=.
M weW.e L..rd table If a little salt Is first IM=:a
r.IaN court .f Walt* .
Automobile Payment 4f $66.00 per aioath'Furniture N..-.e.i. .. l4.. ss. .ten. else( -s arysrl ad....a kn..r.r .
.caw ahrasa .* month Ola./ssny w.
Payment $25.00'per na.u .
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Total Payments $1G6.8O> per month .... --.- fee ..... as ad
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IT IS POSSIBLE TO CONSOLTOAlte ALL OF THESE _l.= prsrSy card .':..5/51 tw.4.

BILLS AND STILL HAVE TEAT MUCH NEEDED n- j.Nw D.. s.t.fLa.TT Me. aM ANY/rw
a.II&U. a.wa'f.( .... I
as MN a .ors es '
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HOME IMPROVEMENT . AND REDUCE YOUR _rf. lAW Than* You
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PAYMENT! ........

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Your ... to add as h1 rtitllNt'bow a ..... r r.*ruT> toe. : WI

SUPPOSE a .? .. .u.e .... Layrov.arEst r ...tlati. -1. _...... its LCD!".' cntzrvarrarsi .


Yoga hat ether ..... aas.t.rti.. tea ....... $1S 1J. Sall a /5rtes rpefns5..w, .

BUT "Yet1a17 payra.lat.. t .-. .1..... ; . ... .. tllrMr .1&cwa..crw0........ L. wI ino'" .. I want to thank the people of Walton


Ie...,. elf.. year btfb. ... ..... ,... frjjMw..rstr ; y

NOW .... PSMM.SO rsMRu.a rr TW1I-r':Te.lpsrwwnsart ii County for -.e fine vote you rave


FtmWr teas ..k&> yolk a IWHI .. etw.V .'.,.,.....' wtdl wie.e5......s..JA/fae. --.. ; me electing. me aefyOtir County Superintendent
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| BuSMlMr f..7VM-t-> .* ..>b . ....... :..-_. w i1paY -..;; of Public Instruction

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CALL US OR COME IN AND LET US TELL 41.0 sad M a. _..._- saesse M .
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YOU MORE ABOUT THIS PLAN ..... se.e .d. so your
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'fTAY. NOVE3mER 19. 1964
2v'Rt> TiiUfiSlYAY DeJI"I1MA.It.sPBnfGBrLOBIDA
VOLUME _L & _. _
:Mr. Robert Hackett was a visitor -I Carl Henaerson, student; at; ine' Salad flakes The Meal *fa
Florida the Y A Tasty
of spent
University
.. in Pensacola on Friday of last: Mrs. EstheJ AnjrerA
PnbUatiieSMrs. eekend here with his parents,
week. Recipe
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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Mrs. R. F. Spikes was a vist I Mr. and Mrs. Conward Henderson.Mrs. .
tort Pat Covell has returned
in Andalusia on Friday of Esthel Anger of Freeport
week. recently of the lucky from several days visit in Pensa- "
. was cue : ;sec
l ... .. "
I. Mr. a Mrs. John E. McCaskill ladies of Florida to have a re- cola.Miss r au
have returned from their vacation cipe, which she sent by request.,, LInda Kelly of Montgomery

on the Pacific Coast and the to be published in the 900 page spent the weekend herewith
Hawaiian Islands. j cookbook called -Favorite Recipes -I her mother. Mrs. Jean Kelly

I Mr. and :Mrs. Walter Tappanhad of Florida". Rocky Wilson left Wednesday

C\o. as guest last week Mr. and Mrs. Mary Anne Rogers, Stan for Atlanta where he has aci -

f{ Mrs. Dan King of Bainbridge Home Economist, in charge of i cepted: a position. ,

Ca 1 getting the letters out to the various -1. Mrs Margaret Lassiter and

I I Mr. and :Mrs. Ralph Edenf eld women over the state, wrote daughter. Laura of Birmingham

of Panama City were weekend Mrs. Anger asking for her favorite care spending several days with .I .
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Buddy recipe and also her second: choice. her parents Mr. and Mrs.I Ross '.

I Brazile. She was contacted by being a Tilly.Mr. .r-
Mrs. J. E. McConnell: of Orlando Leader in the Ladies Auxiliaryat ; : and Mrs. Wyatt Thomaswas *

spent the weekend guestof the First. Pentecostal Church in I in Auburn Saturday attending 1 .

r aS the Gallagher family I Freeport. the game. y a".
Bubba Shultz spent 'the weekend Ladles of different organizations, Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Hinton t' ;J

{ in Mary Esther with his& holding offices in 'various clubs visited their son and family Dr.

t grandparents. I over the state were picked to I and Mrs. Andrew JUnton In 1
hh the weekend.
.. Pensscola over
submit their favorite recipes.
Loftin'a Nursery Ross Tilly, Jr. who is stationed -
Mrs. Anger sent in her first, Pfc. zest and appeal to
as salad will add eye
molded
I Azaleas, Dwarf or large type at Ft. Hood, Tex, is home thjbnW.
choice New Orleans Fruitcake lime as
\ a meakrchopsTor meat roasts. Using fiavorhgelatintomatoes
39c 1.00 several days visiting his parents -
for and
and second for marvelous-tasting.
vanilla ice
'. Jt . Camellias 75c to 3.50 cream. Mr. anMd Mrs. Ross Tlly, it teams the
She asked that known the .
I it be
I f Saaanquan, white or pink I fruitcake recipe was not heroriginal Sr.Mr. **l5e'r '. a"salad with a truly lively flavor that complements almost
,
50c to $1.39 : and Mrs. Glen Bishop .of meat.
I Golden Rain Tree 50c to $1.25 she used one that bad Tuscaloosa, spent last weekend any. Molded Guacamole !Salad) l
been It. O.
given to her Mrs.
Amaryllis Bulbs 25c to $1.00 by with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1package ((3 os) lime 3 tablespoons lemon Juice '
Hinton tried it out and it immediately ,.
Hydrangeas 25c and 50c: H. O. HInton. flavor gelatin 1f% teaspoons grated onion
j, Gardenias COc to $1.00 I became. her favorite :Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Woulln of teaspoon salt of. or 6 drops Tabasco sauce
thus she It In and it mashed until
sent was
chill powder 1 .
Spirea 50c-75c Ilannna shrub Pensacola, are visiting their. dau-, tean nth
used in the recipe book. The ice I
1 boiling water
1.00 I I i ghter. Mrs. Wynel Sellers.I cup drained "
SOc- 1 diced tomato
which thinks cup
cream recipe she cold water
%
Box -Dogwood. Red t I Mrs. W. I. SUnson. Sr.. visited .. cup Addy,
has to be of thebest
Hud and other plants. AtLoftin'a 'proven one Mr. and Mrs. Herndon In Tallahassee Dissolve gelatin. salt and chili powder in boiling water.Chilli*
'j was submitted by the Home rated onion, and Tabasco
Nursery DeFunlak last weekend. cold water lemon Juic* :
I !:c. Class at Freeport high school. thickened. Then place bowl of gelatin in Ice and;
Springs Fla. 11 1M.| .. J. R. Caldwell and daughter until alichtly :
:19.26eh.
It .Is hoped that In the near of Thomasvtlle water and whip until fluffy! and thick. Folduntil I avocado and--
Carolyn '
r f I i FOR SALE: BLONDE colored future this book may be avail- here with tomato. Pour into lgwrring mold. h firm. Unmo&d'.nd &
08. the weekend '
spent
: ble for Interested' In obtaining garnish with salad greens. Serve*wit msyonnaise. Make
..'., chihuahua. Registered. Very anyone Mrs. Caldwell's grandmother rMs.R I I
5k r rMs. ,... .., "> ;< .I..., friendly show dog stock. Will one. possibly aa a futd-' N. Tarrance. 6 to 8 servings.
---------- ---- : Brown of IteFunlak sacrifice for $25.00. Call TW raising. project. It U a beautiful Black-
Wendell
and Mrs U. W. Psseur of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Owens Cross Roads. Ala., an- Springs Florida. The wedding e-3791>> nights. took with a colored plastic spiral I I well and son. Tommy of Montgomery CapitaCity I

of 23 November' over, contents containing anywhere weekend here ________
wUl be the
I engagement of their I an event I spent
noun the << USE OUR EFFICIENT, Carpet from appetizers bWwn .. -
daughter. Betty Ann, to Edward .. I'I'IDe. Shampooer FREE with purchaseof .soups and through miscellaneous with relatives.Mrs. and
Curtis Rutherford Mrs. i-9rrr
Mitchell Brown ton of Mr. and Blue Lustre shampoo. Fisher desserts. Recipe from oriental 1 G. M. ,Jennings spent Friday In ;

KnUrUlna CpL Mary Dorrlcty Hardware Co. places and such delicacies as
Comstock
Mr*. Pensacola. .
Magnolia Garden Club Charge Of Sword At Ball I FOR SALE: SEVERAL OA rubber cake and ODe for a grass-' Xarle Eaton returned the first t f ..
hopper pie be found in-theontenta.
may from visit with tiN'
heaters. Cheap. Call TW 4- 801.I of.he week a -
The November meeting of theMagnolia In 1903 and again this year, Itpd. friends in the southern part of .
Garden Club of Pt. CpL Mary J. Dorrlety was honored -:I Mrs. Anger also received a the state.

Washington was held 1 in, the bona. by presenting the sword at FOR SALE: GIANT Kerosene certificate suitable for framing I Mrs. Brady Lee Brown spent

f of Mn. E. .E. Comstocfc at 'Choc- the Marine Corps Birthday Ball blow torch used once. Burn out and a gift copy of the cookbook the weekend in Tallahassee where

tawhatcbeo Deach. Miss LoU in Cherry Point, N. C. to Brigadier I stumps, weeds, crack rocks. First 'which include measurement, she attended the FSU-N. C. State

Maxon presided over the first General Norman J. Anderson -: $28.00 takes. Ph. TW 4-3809.>> substitutions, oven temperatures football game and attended the

part of tho meeting IntroducingMrs. and George 8. Bowman, Jr.,I Frank Peterson Hi way 90 W.ltpd can content Indexing, etc. I various functions in connection

R C. Blue of DeFunlak Commanding Generals of Air, Following .la the recipe for the with FSU Legislative Recognition 'Atzhl
gracious Generals of Air Station and 2d I FOR SALE: THREE BEDROOM New Orleans Fruitcake which Day "
I In
who a very
Springs, I
Installed Wing respectively to cut the house bath and a half. Small Mrs. Anger would like to pass .
and charming manner traditional birthday cakes at each I I down payment. Call collect MU 00 to everyone; sine the holidays J1II TIIII CIRCUIT COUNT or L,t
the club'a new V1
Mrs. Comstock as 2-2930 at Crestview. B.lOtfchg: are so close now and this Is so W1 'I'OcA PHJLf4DA: :

pone .Comstock immediately ball.The cake cutting ceremony began I FOR SALE: BAHIA GRASS easy to make, that Just evel''On.could JOSEPH M. STEWART. JHvs .PUtou" Ili1- A(1 -
at the Enlisted Ball then to enjoy a fruitcake this year. !
assumed her duties and following I I liar well fertilized. Call Glendale NEW ORLEANS FRUITCAKE A 11 p.e.oe 5 olalmin5 estaN, right.
the reading of the club's collectA the NCO, to the Staff NCO Bell 839-2202. 10.2: tfchg title or Int.n.t. in or Drl. upon, the
named and the Officers Ball which I 1 Cup Flour ral herein dMCrtbedo 01' any
Prayer"
Gardener's for the rounded out at 10:30: p.m. FOR SALE: 1955 CHEVROLET 1 Cup Sugar part taw.of Defendant
the Committee Chairmen
Program: Cpl. Ooniety is the daughterof I 1 and a half ton truck with Half Teas. B.P.= TIt! STATE OF FLORIDA. TO
new year. They are: and Mrs. D. F. 2 lb.. Dates quartered All parsons claiming any oitaterlcnt
Mr. foot
Dorrletyof fourteen enclosed body. New :
Maxon Social and Membership title or tntereet in. or lien upon
Lois ,
1 and DeFunlak Springs.having I ly' painted. $303 cash. 301 20th 1 lb. Candled! Cherries, diced too real property herein doecrtbod. of ( II.'p f fII
. : Helen Strickland; Ways 1 lb. Pecans chopped any part tnereofeeedtne .
k I
St. It.
Means Mrs. W. A. llolley and of her D.f'daata, '.'' .
: brought many own 4
eggs beaten well
t I Tots sn hereby notified that a proa
Mrs. E. Baltsmsn. ; Publlcltyt Mrs. creations to show what could be, FOR RENTS FURNISHED brick I Combine flour, sugar and baking to .quiet. title ha.* been. broughtIn iri
hay Durllson; Landscaping and done which Inspired the members -|i,I i Itouse, one bedroom tile bath. powder. Add fruits and nuts: .the Florida Circuit acalnet Oourt for peraon Walton.., elalnvla Ooua.ty
Park; Mrs. Chris Beck and Mrs to plan to make gifts for,I Hwy. BO Wett. J. D. Francis Ph. dredge well. Add eggs and mixwall. any 'eetoAe sYi.gfOf::Uu Interact
t Evans llolley; Lltlarbug. Mlas exchange a%.the Christmas' party.I ITW 4-aao7. 11:28.2e4 Pack In .pn....:"Skied tube In"; e* Uen' property_ altuatod la>tl w.dee... !.
Julia Strickland, Mrs Roy i>w- Miss' Maxon also showed the >an. Bake one hour and forty- ton007u": Flortoa, to-wltt.

lison and Mrs. Cassel Morgan: "Heritage Wreath" which the| FOR SALE! WATER FRONT five minutes at 300 degrees. Remove PAacvX. NO.. 11 th Oommenetne'. ef ...at... PAolo Courteiy Canadian 1'II"0"ClIlCIUICGJo'
lots, and wooded In lots. On the MB earner of swig
Christmas& Been; Mrs. R. Magnolia Club wan making' .. a from oven. Cool and serve. 53. T- -H. B-2 1-". thene run NAm
Mn. John Fonvllle project and will be raffled off Choctawhstche. Bay located on e g U. min E 150 "r* aloof tttm Ottawa la Csnada's capital' city with an atmosphere that symbollsoathe
Saltsman. : 0.1 I Okaloosa-Walton county line In iMtUn.: of -.i4-awl Ii&* blending ef two .or..t races French and Engllth. The House ..fplarlla".t
Mrs. M. Bellser. when finished I,' Mrs. Angus Anderson of Jacksonville Southern which overlook*
tnteraortion wtuabe center block and. Peace Tower above)
Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe. Rt. 1 (
business .... and Mrs. rlaht of of She LoutevUle eaNaihrUl 'In
During the Mr. Robert Johnson spent the weakened herewith way the historic Ottawa River reflects the dignity .f Government
r/Inutes of the previous If. Hsgsn were welcomed Into Box 239, Villa Tasso Nlcevllla, his listen Miss. Ruth and MOW* Hallroad.line a TS thence de 48 alongISIS min stately. Gothic, architecture. Ottawacity of .......".rd.. Park-

were read and a financial report the club as new members.A I I I norlda. -- Luclla Anderon.- --- W 1IMS it. theses 0 16 de. SO ways. Impressive. national' memorials and embassies." It Is also, the

y was given. Items, of business concerning pleasant social hour was enjoyed I I FOR RENT. SIX ROOMS furnl.hed Mss Laura Anderson has as .min r .....tnnln a dlvtanee of or tress n..S herein ft.to point d... Home ef Canadian Natlonal'a world famed Chateau Uaurler Hotel P.N.B.

the coming year were over delicious pie and coffee. three bedroom. AH electric guests over the weekend the Jim ertbed Throes a TS .... .. min

discussed by the group and it The following members kitchen, automatic washer Booth. and Roy Scarboroughs of W sue a atSS ft. beiges ft. tneno a. to H dog TS deaSI ISmln

was voted to have a Fashion Show were present I and TV anntenrut Included. ,$43 Fort Walton Beach the Stanley -.a::. B I07a ft. tbenoe M e. dec si

in the Spring and the necessarycommittees Mrs. Comstock Miss Msxon, per mo. Call TW 44081. Cngleharta. and Dan Jerkins: of dec M 4O mln W a IOSS 103-1 TV ft.. tnoneo to. ttae H Wee.terty I High Ranking 4air I II
were appointed by Mrs. Blue. Mrs. Ilagen. Mrs. ll:19fchg.i : ( Dothan. MOW line of Owen at.
tussle N IS de. SO Mia W ttlSft
the president Miss Maxon Pro- Johnson Mr. A. D. Eubans. Mrs. Mrs. Walter Schmidt: of Fort to point of .......... aU situate
cram Chairman, also handed ;out. Max KilboUrne Mrs. John Fonvllle i FOR SALE TWO WHEEL Lauderdale is her visiting. Mrs. and trine In the Swig of Be*. ,I Records of two Florida 4-iracs
Miss Helen Strickland. Mrs. utility trailer, four by seven foot, Josl Evans. S*. Walton .. Florida Alec
the new Year Books. known ae a portion 01 MoeeybeextBttodtvlaton who lived up to the 4-H motto.
The highlight of the evening W. A. llolley. Mrs. B. B. Murray threw feet high, new tires, two Mrs. A. F. Dullard. Mr. Tom MoT a.FABCBI. make the best better-will.be

came when Mrs. R. C. Blue guest Mrs. E.: Bailsman. Mrs. Carl spares, canvass cover. 10000. Murray and Mrs. Alex Caawall attended aa .eomer MO of S< the Commencing aWH .* Sao.S3 attn lodged for national honors at

l speaker, told the club members fttorrle, Mrs. Roy Burllson Miss Phone TW 4-28IB. Iltl9.28pdI : the District ....ua.- of -a.N. .-...W. thence run l, the National 4-N Club Congress II II I

about the many lovely Christmas Julia Strickland and Miss Gay I I HELP* WANTEDI STANDARD the Wealeyan Service Guild B Is.ga as ail Un-"of. .oatd tseos SWH ft, Sys isitaw..etla. la Chicago Now. 20 through

C decorations that could be made Godwin.THANKS. Coffee Company will hire men Blountstown. on Sunday. with. ..... oowvnerart Dos 3.Theresa. -
J .ht of way t tno LaulerUle *
'who qualify to operate home Jy Ttts ciacvrr cotiw ... .T... Mean rUle ........... thence. alone Downey. IT. of '4901
shopping routes.' Transportation ..".-funiciAL- rmcvrr m A.. aid ItM... avow TS do* 4S sits NW 5th Av, Miami and George
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trop W ft thonee a 16 SO
ToN IIMa def -
JI furnished $80 week: starting sal twa a4NCeaty cotmrvSr NO.. n.oIUDA eels B MM.S ft. along tno Ire 1A Der.,, 13. of Mlcoaopy: ban Q erf ..... TVeroM t Deeaey
ary. Write giving: qualification PAUL a. .aria sad aue L. MOW Una of ow.to potntof been najaed the state's top girl -

i To: W. K. DeShazo, P. O. Bos 61 19. W ................. .elaalne.d. Tbonoa: of S tract a...herein OS mtn derl W and boy winners la the 4-H the University of Miami won
*" the Dade County 4-U health.
Fnterprls' Ala. VII. laS-S ft. U eno a se doe M mln achievement program.'
Au a less IX u..... S TS *.. *> .!. award earlier this& year and tha
11:1t.2'.II:3lkh.I: : rah t-.au. ..: =w..t-Iri Na'II. W-'I ft. tnoneo a e5 d*c e4 Miss Downey aDd Leitntr will Council's
usu eMI ...... 'I thonro M T dec compete far one of U $30O col. Home Demonstration
p prrq 01'\
I wALEt s oautlful Webeer, I---.. se a.y part .....,.. as ala M -a- w ft.. ..ft........ M lSM.1 lap ash 1arshlpo and for silver award as tile top .high school
table model HI Fl phonograph .T. SMl D. .M M All sit.w W lying 'traya' frasa the President of the senior la the achievement pro.
H First 'I'I' 3 takes It,. Frank Peter I :f pieta-,..:,W..cI ssssto I. ... M .... 57 ... Ualted States that will be gram.
I --a ... yen ISMse 0...... lIMo kwowa es She placed second at the 1064
West Ph. TW _
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90 or net
1 )n. way .
....... .. tl..1 s.a..rkmd SSkal1u awarded at con grass.
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4-5809. I I pel.I =:. w pusD : state electricity roundup and
.,........ n..r earn yw Ys ... is file MIle Dawaey will receive atrip last year was named a memberof

I FOR SALE Kerwsene Healer. y- u, k..... a est W teat a sell calla s.Y.epG.aawr. .J'.a,.. -yI.t.. ts tile exciting. Overlay aa honor group la the stagt
ea1.e ; froas the Ford. Motor
caw ar aaadag
= l is M eepsi. .
cneap. $1900. taken. Frank Peterson. .hl., $. C'vW$ Q1.lt r = .,. Dm..ek.e.., eea..pimsadtse.. ..... sad lh.ienftor Cftsapaay stand spansor at the recreation program.
'- w'att . .
Phone TW I 0 eety. P I5W Leitner. tha SOB of Mr. and
Illway 9O W. aaale t. net miilui on .... ........ aaUoawida achievement. .
Ut,.b e55SM ..... it .war and fUo seta aaM Clerk pro Mrs. G. P..lAUDer woo tha 1964
Walton 4-''0*. Itpd t.: you .
I want to thank the people of 1 iepata .... wrea.. S..-. tf -.. to .... grass Oat tacUtfes IJOOMO4Hars. achievement
s=: : 75o _e 5s ... tlw ..-..... by Mat.. boys agricultural
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I roil COMPLETE LINE OFCernmlo ....... -... uu. las o.M flgbl' award la Marion County Ha,,
County for re-electing me as your I suppllea visit. the Hobby stetR.M.[ ..... ,.. .... d15ett1W ':;..::...... .ia..dilia LaJtnar will aot attend con- placed second In thai 4-Ht;
aims ate
House, behind the Taste Frewsi w515 ., .... ttwswe at P 1. bads m .... v J.,.::t wtZ Qua,belt. will bo eligible fee the lamp contest last year. lass

Tax Aatt _aer. I will show my ap- I i Firing anrenwar. Instructions.Glaaea. 1-hi. tie M e.NIrt4 s L.of .... aqs.5MI, be ..ides ::.-a-.r--. ..r- nsttonal awards." Ha will receivea shows the grand champleaalier.ford

Also Artists supplies and p1 -.. ........... t..WI. med Tanr c t at 0.-.... -....-o4 special cactiacata.Mlas female. at the Florida,
precUtion of this honor by serving models, etc. Phone TWX\ .-"'1.I 1. NeetS 1as. -..W: .:: ...... ..... 17 r,. of N..mi.. $514 Daw as/, the daughter ofMr. State Fair. His parents ..-"..,
R1Mt.a.wr of a1 a- ____ aad Mrs. Jack Downey got 330-acr fans.Miss .
I I0:29thhg. It5 5ty all Snr Mktt o* /WI Cimt ., lbs sees.C a
= .bt S ...r1 oaT t. a aytag start la 4JI la Downey will join UOD
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l you-all the people of Walton County FOR SALE "oua. ees.letely. sh&SFSSLJSSitl aw ... UST waaa sa. was named the other delegate from every sttta

furnished on one acre; ground" Under till ,a.& : Of ' A-. atstaaellag ant year. girl la sad Puerto Rico at coegreaa
t -to the very best of my ability all fwacw with shrubbery butane 5N wow ..... lase ., ... 0.. P.o.'i : : lifer eras.Ml. The winners were chosen by the
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i tank: included located Red Bay 5::r= =-=r--. .:=..... DeP.e..im.yt. ..wt"-Wa D.was7: a IreeImwa .t Cooperative Extension Servir
I the time Gal TK SO4S1. IOU: tf chg .... N1t-=-a.. .h .sloes l lI. ASm1e.. l DiwaN

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CASH FOR LATE MODEL ...--.. (Miw
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thank for the vote and also lass. IBM aaodwla up. Buytag far a1- ... ....we -
I you Rallies and Miami markets, tf twtrews its, fse -- -

you bavw\ a used car to sell. can = M =-.:. f C1ty t1 Mw HOUSE

the many favors shown me. And appreciate J..... Ituasey TK 5.331i--S sass Ar':ty.e: __y Me OPEN;

till :30 )rata IMlpd: sale tae C1.r5 a sled. C515 ,...
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k very much the fine coopera -- wYp.M w ..

'S at ELECT Ue Horn YOUR Book Store NEW, .tl BIBLE.Lhr alte'ay a.M:- : e .r rm" 5Ms.M eel, OF THE NEW

# lion I have received from you. Oak: A.... Also many. good booai ...r. eel ram eta--....-

: and cards" for all ecctkskasa. Itavt, ............al 55rw..q... ...b. _..-M-.. Ste. c.t Ise=,t LElAH G. WAGNER NURSING HOME
on hand a few old editions Bibles __ .......
and Books. dutdd in prWw tweet. t't.st -
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TAX ASSESSOR ALL MODEL NEARING' u.a'r4 ew'st EVERYONE INVITED

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; PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA. THURSDAY.: NOVEMBER 19. 1961r.JEOAi.


NOTICES,, Motifs' TO 4 Lisrss LAR east HIRAM H. SPEARS I a life lone resident" of LoonIa.! >' Springs Mr' Lov U. Wilkcrson,. CAno OP THANKSWe on Oct. 28. -
TO: JAILS: WUITK OOOIM1AN Funeral services were held Friday NiceviUe. One brother Sam May God's richest blessing rest
.N..IL'To THE: (CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT Ort Tou D"am andiut r..b baratn,. noUflad: IbM a own Mr. Hiram II. Spears age 69 at 2 p.m. in Leonla Baptist {-p*an. BonUajr* one sitter Mrs. with take this means of en each and every" one Is our
1N CU&MCMtY MO.. SMSCATUKHtMS plaint toe dlvorca baa beaD Uad passed away In Lakeside hospital Church, with Rev. Floyd M. Garrett OU DurffeM, I>onla. Twenty thanking each and every' one earnest prayer. I
DO'IIf.u..u L. UODWLN .nd ..atna you In tb* abovo .........l court at 7 p.m. on Wednesday. October and Rev. C. M. Leverett of the crand and one great grandchildren who was so wonderful to us during
b1bNI4 aid: OOUWIN.'WUC) and aerra oauaa.upon and plalnUfTa FOare attorneys raqulrad. : to a 28 aftter a long iUne&t. He was ficlatlng. I urvlv*. the sickness and death of our Mrs. Hiram II. Spears
nalatlftsVS. oopy of your' anawar or written dalanaMi Active nallbeaers were Orwin dear beloved husband and father and Children
on or bafora tb.
S of
All paraona elaiaOog any aatata. rtfbt, D.o rnber. ...... and to fua tb day. ortS Jones, Ben Jones Melvin Gillman
UUa or tntraa t ter. or Ufa upon tbaraal nal hoof with u.. Clark .( UU I W. T. Baxley, Daniel Spann. Tal- 7oz. ------ -----
property barain d senb.d. or any Court. Haven fall not or a daeraa Save! Save Save! lie Phillips. DS --
par tbaraof.Dafandanta. pro conlaaao will ba. _tenet ac.u..a ;
Dstadaot. Honorary' were B. D. 'Pad't"tt.301m ,
OraaUnc: DON AND ORDKRXD: at DaFMnlaK Let us install your HeAting Carroll Dr. D. J. Drown C.
You ara barabr nouflad thatprooMaJng aprinca.! Wxida. Ibis 4U day of "
to qulat UUa turn tbroucb .. NoTambrr. A. B. 1BS4.B. System NOW, Before the A. Chesser, Cleve !Miller C. T :666EatonuReal See our fineSelection
in ta Circuit court of Walton I.o And:,.. HUSH Starts I Chesser. : 1
County. rtarMa. aealiut all pen Clark of the circuit Court '
coo claiming: any yeas rlcht. UU Walton County Horde Survivors.. his wife Mrs : :' : of .t
or tntaraat in. or llan upon" tbs rot (lNaJ) Omle Spears one son Stuart
3owtoy dnarttMxl raal property attuatcd ODU.. McDonald, D. C.
in Wai too County rtorwia. to wtti VT, Paul ThossTHOMPSON vF'M Spears seven daughters Mrs Gift
PAJtCKL. "'0. 1: Beginning ., .tba, 7VxXLaAttomay Lucille Riddle. Lynn Haven Fla.
B II oornar of u.. H..w t* of Vba for Plaintiff _
WW' 4 of 80. lS.Tia.B30W. Uwno McLaan Bulldlnc Mrs. Lorene Adams. Darlington
wet for .TT fct. Uianc M oc P. o. BOB 87 Mrs. Ruth Dell Pensacola Mrs. Estate & Ideas.
31 nun 23 MO S lor 7a> .... thanoa Ewrunlak Hiprlnn. nor Id. .
Kaat for 477 f--. u'e,,_ 5 O ca.. 4t Nov l .fs.MJO i(. AND Flora Miller\ Leonla. Mrs. Vivian .
91 mla 33 aao W (or 714. faat to tbs vnikerson. Panama City. Mrs. Insurance Agency
'point 1.aQ; _of_I b. liuUB$. comprtainc District. FIIA Ilomemakera SAVE.ON L o r.11 a :Mooney DcFunlak Lay-A-Wny now for Christmas and
PA&CU. "'0. 2: Baflanl&c at,the Met In Milton Sat. AUTOMOBILE FIRE
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erg
corns of u. NWSl o( tba
NW14 ot Sao -Tl.- Utauc Other occasionsCome
Kaat for 314 test tttaoca WH 1 ear Diatriet I Future Homemakers INSURANCEBONDS
41 min 40 ..
M4 S tor lUll ( tnanoi FUEL
M M dye M mln W for 337JOfaak of America meeting was held in Take GO Seconds
taanc* U 0 deg al mID 33 aao W tot Milton November 7.
1W7J7 (*rt to U a point of * ., RIGHT NOW w.. .
nine. ooanprUlDB Jfl e .... The meeting was opened by the represent STROUT + by today
and you ara ivtrvbjr raquirad to flla presiding officer Olivea Ham ENJOY WARM AIR HEATING And select I your
wits lbs Clerk o( rid court To let ua help you dear 1UBALTYIn ,
wrlttan app sranos paraonally. your. mack state secretary from Vernon > Gifta early . .
: or br
: AT ITS BEST WITH AN
attorney. ....in.. rid_ procaaaio.; on or him up any queeUon youmight Real IiE, Ut. mace! 1900 4
I..r.ance.
wwv ui omy n uaoamoar. ISM-. hare about Rhodes
ana tnaraaftar to gas Wrrto. on ..... Mr. John Perry principal of
New Location ,
:
oppoatnc oounaal aod ttla with mn MJlton high welcomed the :l\MWcu-u..1Ir4 .
. d r r your wrttt n d..t.era.. u any croup We,live Insurants, Breathe Inswr.no Lab BUnley Jewelers9th
and the
to tbe Complaint ., response was given by
tno tlmai praa- and Mil .Inewrane . . Street
erlbwl. by law. tbLDtUDe up tbs the Ruckelettes from Ruckei AUTOMATIC ef He.. If TW ...
-tat. Hcnt. tlUa or latmat la. w Junior handle every type u ..441DeJI'aIM
lun. upon tna .above oaacrtbad prop. high.F.scambia WHfTER AIR CONDITIONERnplM hare to any way w. ean help DeFunlak Springs Q
-art,.1--clalntad..t by..au you.be Uaratn-terecI all.**_... Chapter and Santa Rosa FlIA r yaw with, a prebl.."" h will b. Sprln .,. Fla Fla..
you b" d..ta\<. presented "Deslrns for tMM4... .. ..1,.... a pleasure far-ua t. d* a* wlu.-t I
WTTKtaa my band and tbs aaal ot LJvinc From Whence They' Do
said Court atbarunlafc aprtncB. nor. .tipl s4e1dI ....Nsesre ebllgatlen.Harris.
Come In p.etfb,1
..... this a day of HovambaV' ; ..... ., which they emphasized - -- - --
(0o l> K.rkCircuit LJO; ANOXWS the seven most important values : VM itf iMp4Mt. PMI MvtafililfMMIIIAST I InaarancaAgency
Court in life.
Walton Oounty.: norldn .tilslr .htds05/
,wlddr
.As Clerk of Uw abovo styled Court.talot.L Paxton high then lead a 'very I II
I&leJs y' Les Mn'0O' D. C.NoTICS enjoyable relaxer "The Three
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UtUe Pics." I I t 1

or sswlrr. .s ...... The pest speaker. MJssxRuth to TW WCIIDeFaDiak FOR ALL, YOUR DRUG AND
MoUo to b..b, (Ivan lost I. JIo.-
ard."Andy*. Andarauo, HborUf of WAI00uIa& Storall. a. Macazine Writer then Prescott Plumbing: & Sprlass FIa.i .

too....,.u.a .,......rtorlda... from" the by: y OmaU virtu -of.i-aa Yourself.presented"L a speech "And Value Heating: Co. PRESCRIPTION ItIIGng's -

,r Court pandlnjr 120....of la la Walton tboa wblcn eartaln County Drs oauaa on*Ootobar tnaraln Ponce de Leon presented a.'very Phone TW 4.2591 I

Plaintiff and Don Ooatoo Ballamy waa waa da.andaat clever skit on the. totals ,for,Uw
( and bava lavlad on and win attendance and
scholarship fwod.
.all at.._-public_._auction.. to the_liirhan Next Came the hlltlnrwi..amaalnai I :
NATIONAL
- -- .W oa.o ID irons aC FIRST
&be court bouaa door In DaPunlak and butaJIatJonoitb.n..;,>da>* i Rexall DrugsCOSMETICS.
Bprlnam. Plaids durum leca1 hours at
tract
officers. Celetha
aal ooNoirMnbar 3D. 1SS4 tba allow.ir Alpia of the
>Ooa dvaerlbad Vaad IDSoprlt. .to tJI.. Paxton chapter presided over the ( INSURANCE AGENCYFire
....... X. D. No.' 373S7SU. Tac 4-Door.... business session and Olivia lo,
H-uae. stalled 'the new officers. Judy
BIll ot'Sala at Automobile Bonds
cost of purebaaar. Oak.
; from the Bellview
Howard TOA .
"Andy"
Andarao
eh.rlft. Walton' County chapter was elected as the new Marine & Casuality' GIFTS AND CARDS
et: 1'bY. ".13.11.35 district chairman and Betty Nor .

IN THB CimCUIT. COURT IM AND' rOM ton, from Ruckei. accepted the : Rest Assured Drlr Insured
WALTON JUDICIAL COIINTV CIRCUIT, rix IN>aMDA.CHANCUY naxsT responsibilities of district reporter A Fire Needn't Mean Financial Late

MART W.OOODK.Uf.NO.' sua Our:FHA District Adequate Insurance Pays FOR ALL OCCASIONS .

va. PlalnUfrJAKK 064-63 ended as aU meeting the girls for FIRST NATIONAL DANK BLDG. 1

Will IK: OOODUAN. .solemnly repeated their creed. Phone TW 4.2281
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..PARTY-SIZE MIRROMATIC BI1jIPG' 'IIMporl.b') I DeJTUNlAK SPRINGS FLORIDAi


Deluxe can opener

AUTOMATIC =
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Sf l-Cooking la Styb/11Sawrl
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.It's 4s.ale. >es rs4 to

sew Wsa., Osiesst else I .... yell ...y. ........ i
fete, tow sac
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I .' ,. POPPIR can opener NOTICETHE

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Ig omr =- 1964 TAX ROLL IS'NOW' OPEN


>$1735 if* gw...ti'ss.... IN THE OFFICE OF THE TAXCOLLECTOR; *

lab!. fit -s Al .........e..jretfM.......

ICe, crush.r- eels_ i .........y M5 .or... Dtoeeuat Allowed For Prompt Payment (



Of'Your Taxed Will BerAFefowit I

enst4seraill. .
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DURING JANUARY - - 296\
lec ctrl. rs/M si3latifl s M tt.lr. S die ut Ie. :s' ,(
Ps./.ftl.ht..aliealeaCrw.aws espy. earUS.rkaipacal0 .

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VOLUME 73-PUAL15nE i VE.I1Y K ftAY rwrr r DeFUNIAK. r.,.SPRINGS.FLORIDA I'.


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Want to enjoy delicious taste

tempting? Then foods shop on at t your Thanksgiving friendly ,

.. Day IGA..where quality. is high. Tender r keys!
selection wide, and prices low! Plump


$5iP TableRite!
+ 16. :To 20 ..., .
Yew 11M l howe. no qualm' about qualitywk w
..you MOT TabURtt' .Tom for'your .'.Lb.Fancy tI- ,
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fact ... they n..,. .
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THAN IVING ...' t f, ._ Lb.


,'Plump Grade "A"

'' ( VALUE I ?' Baking Heis, 5-7 Avg.p Lb..

Pal Ib 39c


Cooking<< Oil.. Tablerite Whole, or'Shank Half'
pound

I No JarReynald'a 10 SSC / ,; SmokedliAMS'4'c

> ,,,, a , TableriU Center'Cat
HAM SLICES LB. 83c
Heary Duty. 25Ft. RollAluminum /4 s Tablerite Pure,,,
",' PORK SAUSAGE LB. 35c '
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Foil I 57c Tuiblerite or Swift Premium

*, 1/4 SLICED BACON [LB.. 49c:
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TaWerHet;: 'DaJek..Iui Top
IGA Fruit SIRLOIN STEAK LB. '83c
Tablerite Pure Lean'Ground-
\\ I COCKTAIL 3 .303 Can 59c ROUND STEAK IB. 73c ,
STOKELVS TOMATOJUICE
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!i 16 Oz'
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j HELEN CURTIS SUAVE I Can 29c
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\ IGA Bi.UE.AKE. CUT: GREEN
HAIR
SPAY 30'
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', ; ,. BENS Can;;{. if c

i I Size Reg.99c 79c: Plax' I Seabrook Farms

I I Petite" Limas. '
IGA Dclicous -
DAIRY VALUES .,. or I1IIMrd.. PUi. %.or5Lb. SsK.Rlaia. CRANBERRY ' 10 Oz.

Philadelphia. SAUCE. ". 29c'
39e .FCAR ,
((1ok.a I3Aj' Citf ./? ?- <* .,, .<
.", f Cream Cheese .2 303 ftiJ SHELLS;
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i!q 8 OZ.PKG.33c .
; 5 '. -. L' ..Pkg. 29c
Tablerlte' > tOf 2
ICE MILK ::' .::1 'r( .
t\'\ , \'. MORTON'Stt l .
KRAFT QUALITY -
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PIHabury Creacevt,.. ;"i fIIo MAYONNAISE. \y" ,",3.for $1.00MOKTONS .
KRAFT
Or Battacftak*JNMMr, .
- -: Ibyonnaise .;..... ','"
Rolls 4 'Can $1 Quart. ,. ,+ '

GEORGIA NO.: SWEET' "ar 39, !C' ' Cream_ ', -,
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SWEET" : ,,, '' no ',,3-for 89f
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5 LB. BAG FACTORY PACKED CANE 5 LIt. Bee
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I .. ,,. CRANBERRIES FLORIDA NO.1.1 1ll.BOX. 19c 5UG. A' 'R' 3'9'LIJ.
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lR 'CELERY 2 LARGE STALKS 33c '

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