The DeFuniak Herald – February 21, 1946

Isaiah S Gomillion passed away at his home near Liberty, on Wednesday, Feb 13. He was born in Walton Co and was 56 yrs of age. Funeral held at Cluster Springs church on Thursday, Feb 14 with interment in Cluster Springs Cemetery. Survivors include wife, 5 daughters, Mrs Anna Mae Griffin, Mrs Dore Mae Hobbs, Mrs Myrtice Kirkland, Mary Lou & Rhogene Gomillion, 4 sons; James E, Cecil, Joel & Carl Gomillion.

(Card of Thanks in later paper signed Mrs Adelis Gomillion, Mr Jessie A Gomillion, Mr Walter Gomillion and Mrs G E McDaniel.)

[Contributed by Lois Danley and Sharon Watson]

The DeFuniak Herald – February 5, 1914 – Page 2

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  • The health of the community is generally good- only colds.
  • Most farmers are preparing their land for farming, though some say it is too early. By the looks of it, spring is here.
  • Mr. Leonard Bell made a business trip to Florala last week.
  • The debate at Liberty last Thursday night was fine and enjoyed by all.
  • J.R. Turner and daughter Miss Vivian went to Mossy Head last Saturday.
  • The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Connie Jones is quite ill.
  • Mr. Tom Price, who moved here from Waycross, Ga., some two weeks ago returned last week. They leave but they have to come back to Florala.
  • Miss S.E. Ray spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks.
  • Miss Ruth Shelly left Saturday for Bonifay to visit her sister. BHer friends were sorry to see her leave, especially some of the boys.
  • Charlie Prater and Jesse Tompson were at DeFuniak last Friday.
  • Murie Bell and wife, from Glendale, were visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Turner, last Friday.
  • Notwithstanding the rain last Friday night the debate at Gum Creek was fine and enjoyed by all.

[Compiled by Emily Petroskey]