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: May 7, 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: VID00227
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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I'I I' Winners Spelling'ontest Listed ',%4 eI] .,)) F FUNIAK r HERALD'





The Pilot Club of DeFunial I I EVANGELISTT. :;'d..r ;: @ "

DeFunlak Springs sponsored two -.., .:);:)

Spelling Bees this year instead .> .
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peted for the awards in a,match VERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGSFLORIDA;- MAY 7. 19&1 10 i Number 22
PUBLISHED
held at 9:00: a.m. here in DeFun- VOLUME 72- !

lak.Saunders Charles Elementary Trotman school, Maud, 6th Walton To Share In 1

grade, was champion speller or: Rural Housing FundFlorida's : Trotman Baldwin Adkinson Bishop.

this day. Charles is the son of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Trotman of ,
three renewal counties -


DeFunlak lingsworth First runner-up Springs.Glendale, Wanda school' Col 5tli Holmes allocation: Washington are of: eligible Rural, Housing Walton for a specia loan and Laird Cawthon Parker Nominated

grade, is the daughter of Mr. and funds released Tuesday to the
ol
Mrs. Willie Collingsworth Farmers Home Administration. ,

Glendale. The allocation is for Rural R*- I -
Second runner-up. Lamar Ray,, newal counties only and the nation I LED TilE TICKET! I I County Judge Joe Dan Trot-

4th grade Liberty school is the has only ten of such cons .... .__. Latest Unofficial Returns State Senate Race man received the largest vote
son of Mr and Mrs. Myles Ray i ties. Farmers Horn AdminUtra '" rt2 .t Walton Holmes Washington Total) ever given a Walton county candidate -
of the community. k2( when he ran away with
Liberty
tion administers the Rural Renewal ""- Belser 1361 1322 275 2958
Other school winners in this which i* just } 3439 the nomination for County Judge
Program, 1387 513
1539
contest follows .,,' Galloway in Tuesday night's primary.
were as ;:
demonstration -
WILLIAMS under on a "
E. getting way 832 1150 473 2455
Paxton. Karen Pool. 6th grade;; basis.Availability. t Howell 3802 Judge Trotman received an unprecedented -
Freeport Cynthia Morgan 4th 1st Revival of the funds were :. McDonald 1515 601 1683 total of 4587 votes
Baptist
Crade; West DeFunlak Elementary. announced here Tuesday by WU f Mitchell 846 747 1442 3035 unofficial, of course, and lacking

Janet Blakemore, 4th grade;; Begin WednesdayRevival liam T. Shaddlck, State FH> < , the abentee ballots!!, in winninga
Red Bay. Linda Fay Monk, 5th Director. fifth term.

grade; Darlington, Stella Mae services beginning Shaddlck of Gainesville, said Here Are The Complete (33 Precincts) It is interesting to note that
Mathews, 6th grade; Valley View, Wednesday night May 13, at the Agency's Hural Housing fund the total vote cast in this race was
Ralph Bozeman 6th grade; Gaskin except Returns For All Walton County Offices of topping the
exhusted highest
First Baptist church of DeFuniak are currently _______ any-even. .... ... . .
Annette Adams 6th -
grade. Springs, have been announced by for the special new allocation fol' nujnoer cast' lor anerui" in wmcnthere
School winners in the 7, 8, 9grade Pastor W. O. Willham. the nation's ten rural renew a1 Here is the complete vote from Miss Paxton Contest were four canidates, and

contest held on Thursday The guest evangelist will be' counties. He said the none] It,k,, each of the 33 precincts in the Set For FridayThe Senator, in which there were five
morning to be quite a loans'to in the race.
proved T. E. Williams, Pastor of the would be available for county. The more than 300 absentee
match as all were good spellers. homes in the< been carried
North Dade Heights B'aptist build modest rural ballots have not Sen. Clyde Galloway
Vida Cuchens, Freeport school,; church, North Miami Beach. Rev. three West Florida counties. Hi it.; counted at this time and the Miss Paxton contest will his home county with a slight
8th grade came out the champ. Williams has alternated his ministry I indicated that he expects the allocation *; vote has not been canvassed, but be sponsored by the PTA. May lead over John McDonald, a former -
Vida is the daughter of Mr. and between fulltime evange- to meet demands in the< > these figures are from the of. 8, at 1:30: in the Paxton audi resident of this county, noW''

Mrs. Eugene Cuchens of Freeport., lism and the pastorate. He is a three counties through July; 1. ficial records brought in to the torium. Admission will be: Adults 1 11 v i ng in Chipley. Murdock\

Nancy Campbell first runner native of Mississippi, a graduateof Shaddick said the loans would( t: courthouse by the precinct man- 50 cents-Students 25 cents, pro- Belser, Freeport, ran third in
up Walton high 9th grade, Is the Mississippi College and Southern be repaid over a period up to 33 agers. The complete official vote ceeds to go to the school library. Walton county in this three
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Baptist Theological Seminary years at an interest rate of fow' Judge Joe Dnn Trotman by precinct will be given next Miss Paxton contestants are: county raceRepresentatttve

Comhpbell of Darlington.. Louisville. He has served per cent. Applications will be 1 \\eek. Juanita King, Mary Marsh, Wan- Jimmy Prescott -

Linda Collingsworth, 2nd run- pastorates in Mississippi, Kentucky filed at the FHA office in the Juniper Lake Opens Senator da Lindsey, Betty Palmer Nadine, Jo had a lead of about one
Jewel Hunt,
ner up, Glendale Jr. high, 7th and Florida. His evangelist Pridgen Building. Spessard L. Holland 4017Brailey Ann Bush, thousand over his nearest opponent -
grade, is the daughter of Mr. work has carried him throughoutthe For Fishing: May 25 Odham 731 Cooper, Jeanne Petty, Jeannette Delatha Adoffious Ward.

and Mrs. Willie CCollingsworth southern states and also into Walton County For Governor Laird. Judy Nelson County Superintendent John E.
Blackwell.
of Glendale. Ohio Indiana and Illinois. Chamber of Commerce The official date for opening Haydon Burns 1603 Flemings Braswell., Wynelle Helen Miller Baldwin easily won the nomination
Martha
Other junior high school winners The revival music will be un. Community Calendar Juniper Lake, the new fish management Fred Bud Dickinson 1150 Mae Palmer, Emily Jo for another term, as did
in this contest were as fol- der the direction of Mr. JamesW. May 7 May 13May area in Walton county, Robert King High 422 Verty Johnson Delatha Nobles, JoAnne Tax Assessor Hubert R. Adkin

lows: Lancaster Minister of MUsic has been set for May 25, 1964, Frederick B. Karl 2391 191 I Barrett and Myrtle Sue son, each going back for a second -

Paxton, Shorn Greer, grade 9; and Youth at the Seminole 7-Green Thumb Gardei according to John Brown, regional Scott Kelly I Senn. term.
Darlington. Jimmy 1 Andrews, Heights Baptist church, TampaMr. Club. manager, Game and Fresh John E. (Jack) Mathews 297 Miss Paxton contestants!1 County Commissioner Kylea

grade 9, Liberty; Peggy Jones, Lancaster is a.gifted musician Gray Lady Capping Service -, Water Fish Commission Panama For Attorney General- 1174 Little Deanna Geoghagen, Cindy Laird won a big majority over

.. grade 9; Gaskin, Betty Truett, and has had considerable 3:30. City.The Earl Faircloth 3778 are Jordon, Sandra two opponents, and there will be
grade 9; Valley View, Royce experience in evangelistic music. PTA County Council-7:00.: opening date, set at the James W. Kynes Frazier, Betty Thorn, Denice no run-off.
his training at Moody Contest--P.xtol'l:'. meeting in Tallahassee For Florida Public Smith, Barbara
received
Montgomery, grade 7. He May 8-Beauty Commission Carrol Williamson, Susan Commissioner Marvin Rigdonwas
In both contest the winners received Bible University, Kalamazoo. -7 JO.: on April 24, has the approval Utilities' Commissioner Woodhall, Bartlett apparently defeated by Marvin -
910 Caroline
$15. each and the first Evening services will begin at Civil Defense Demonstration i al. of the Walton county commission. Phillip S. Brewer CovIngton, Bishop in his bid for re-
Miller.
3079
and second runner-ups $5.00 7:15: p.m. on Wednesday, May 13, the airport-7 p.m. 'The opening gun will soundat Edwin L. (Ed) Mason and Belinda I nomination, and County CommUsioner -.
each. and will continue through Wednesday May 10-Mother's Day. 5:30: a m. on May 25, 1964," For State Senator Hubert Bell trails Jack

On Wednesday, Mrs. John D. May 20. Morning services May 1 DeFuniak Lions--7:00. Brown said, "Motors will be allowed Murdock N. Belser 1358 1540 Tivoli Wins From Donald Adair by about 900 votes.

Potter, Secretary, Chamber of beginning on Thursday Freeport Lions on this 650-acrc lake." Clyde Galloway 832 Crestvlcw Pensacola The two school Board members
Commerce, pronounced the words May 14, will be held from 7 15 Beta Sigma PPhl-7:30.: Daily bag limits for Juniper Shouppe Howell" 1517 running were each defeated -
and Mrs. Marie Underwood. Mr. 7:45: a.m. DeFuniak CiCty Council-7:00, Lake will be as foliowat 0 bass, John Angus McDonald- 760 T.!v'oil defeated Crestvlew's Will C. Candy being beaten by
Harold GUlls and Miss Maude "-, May. 12-Rainbow Girls-7OO.?,;, 1U channel catfish arid 39: bream. Sam Mitchell Carver High School 9-8 for their more) than 2,000 votes by LewisFrank

Saunders served as Judges.; Superintendent FRANK DALEYMr. BBeta Sigma Pbi:00Kiwanis12l5. : Total limits will be 12 I bass 20 Representative Prescott 2711 fifth victory, without a defeat Cawthon, Jr, and J. C.
John E. Baldwin presented : channel catfish, and 70 bream. James H. Jimmy) 1745 J on Thursday. Joe Campbell Turner trailed Glenn Parker by

the awards.On 71, a C. of C. Board-7:00.: The bass limit of 6 per day willrevert Adoffious Ward 1331 ed for the Tivoli high start-J about 600 votes.
Frank Daley, age
Thursday, Mrs. Rufus Dau- May 13-Camellia Garden Club.E. to the statewide limit nfj Johnnie Wright ,was relieved( by Allen Clayton Davis defeated Ralph!
died Tuesday
fihette., County Welfare Supervisor resident of April Argyle 28, 1964 in a I 10 per day after August 25, 1964.)) IFor County Judge- 1658 the sixth.:Singles by King Brown,, Rushing by about 2 to 1 in retaining -
pronounced the words and afternoon SUTTON fish at Juniper Lake a I Jack R. Gntlln Allen Paul Dis-
A native of MInnesota L. To 4587 Shorty Frank Henry, his post as Constable.
Mrs. Earl Eaton, Mrs. Marie local hospital.he had resided in this fishing license will be requiredfor I Joe Dan Trotman and Alfred Campbell, producedthe I trict 4, where he has served some
Underwood and Miss Maude eleven Mr. E. L. Ed" Sutton, age 65, any Florida resident between For Sheriff- 1189 first four runs. Doubles by; 30 years.
for the past years.
Saunders were Judges. Mrs. Marie area Funeral services were conducted a. resident of DeFuniak Springsfor 15 and 65 years of age and for Joel T. Alford Anderson 2326 Larry Johnson and Ralph Manning The second primary ballot will

Douglass presented the awards. at 2:0 Monday from the the past thirty-one years, all non-residents except children Howard McDonald(Andy) 931 and Base on balls to Ulysses carry run-off races in the following -
: p.m. I
graveside at Magnoia Cemetery died Friday night May 1, 1964 in under 15. This regulation applies Aubrey R. Miller 1736 Wright and Ronnie JoJrdan positions: Governor, Senator -

BUEL ORLANDO EVANS with the Rev. M. L. King of-' a Pensacola hospital. A native of to all fish management areas in For Curtis Superintendent of added the other five runs. Representative, Sheriff,
Mr. Sutton had Florida one CommissIoner District 3, Constable -
ficiating. Pallbearers were: Jimmy Ponce de Leon Instruction- Ulysses Wright pitched a
In the First Baptist Two public boat launching Public Tiger clipped Dist. 2 and Constable,
Mr. Buel Orlando Evans, age Prescott, Wilbur Gates, Jack been active John E. Baldwin 3483 hitter as the Tivoli
serving as a deacon atthe ramps, ]10 picnic shelters, 3 rest- Senior high Dlit. 6.
McDonald, Clarence church, I 2328 Washington
53, an employee of the Armstrong Little, Aubrey been John F. Bludworth
and John Bald- time of his death, and wasa rooms, and 3 wells have school 2-0. Base on balls to John
Co. died Friday night. May Carpenter Assessor
Cork For Tax
at the
DeFuniak Spgs. provided for public use and an
the
of base
I. 1964 in a local hospital. He win.He I member, 170. F. and A.M. newly created lake, which is i Hubert R. Adkinson 4222 Brown and a stolen first run. A First' Grade Registration
survived by one brother, Masonic Lodge 1364 produced the
resi- is error
was a native and lifelong ofthe west of State Road 83 Clarence Carpenter At 'Maude Saunders and
chairman located Allen Paul,
of San Francisco, He had served as Commissioner base-on-balls to
dent of Walton county .and wasa R. C. Daley School BoardIn about 4 miles north of DeFuniak For County West DeFunlak Schools
member of the Black Creek Calif. Comander Funeral Home Walton county District No. 1- Shorty Henry and a hot grounder
in charge of arrangements. 1945. Springs. 2907 Wright, the attempted double
Methodist church. was constructedend Marvin Bishop by Registration for children who
conducted Lake was
I Funeral services were Juniper 2441 missed a Paul scored
\ Funeral services were conducted from the is being developed by Walton Marvin Rigdon play was expect to enter the first grade
at 2OO: p.m. Sunday from the FRANCES L. BCASLEY at 3:00: p.m.church Sunday, with the county in cooperation with the "For County Commissioner the final scored. next school year at the Maud.
Black Creek Methodist church First Baptist Conservation Service and Is District No. 3- Saunders or the West D.Fun.lak .
officiating. Soil
with the Rev. Donald Guy of- Mrs. Frances L. Fannie" B.as- Rev. W. O. Willham in the Magnolia under management by the Game Jack Donald Adair 2454 4 Walton Students Schoof will be held at each

ficiating. Interment followed in ley, age '79 of DeFuniak Springs, Interment followed Comander and Fresh Water Fish Commis- Hayes Barton 793 From FSU school on Friday, May 18.! 1'84,
the Black Creek Cemetery. with died at her home Tuesday April Cemetery, with sion. Hubert Bell 1351 Graduate from 8:00 a.m. to 300: p.m.Edward .
Comander Funeral Home direct 28, 1964, following a prolonged funeral Home directing. James Padgett 1064 Gillie
illness. A native of Georgianna, Serving as pallbearers were For County Commissioner Florida State University todayannounced
ing.Serving as pallbearers were: Ala, she had resided in this area nephews.:' Joe Ammons, Stinson Lions Club NewsThe District No. ft- the name of 1142 Walton Band At
Joe
Kylea Laird, Cortez Cadenhead since 1945, moving here from Kaughton.: Robert Sutton ; John Henry Cassidy 1567 graduates receiving degrees at the Area Content Festival
Norman
Don Blizzard Murdock Belser, Santa Rosa County. She was a Kicks: Tommy. Stanley' and Lions Club and the Kiw- Albert B. Gavin 1082 end of Trimester II.

Tommy McCormick and Charles member of the Piney Grove Pri- Johnson. anis Club are co-sponsor the Kylea Laird 3028 Diploma were mailed last The Walton high band will be
hisrife.
Brannon. mitive Baptist church near MilK Mr. Sutton is survived by polio vaccine for the Walton For School Board Member week Registrar Murray W. Ken- I one of 30 north Florida l highHanrfa
T 1nw rI .<. > nnrl Willie L Sutton. I>e- ,..... the .. student getting a .
Mr *
Mr. Evans is survived by his ion, wiui ,T">"'Y.*r jiuyu v artui BHU "f." ---- hut- due' to ni..i LJisxnct'-'* MM no. 9*-- na '.1". to ann Bcnooi in..: meet on. wie
Ed
Freeport Monroe Motes officiating. hiakSprings, two sons: ;orders for: the sorumit Cawthon 3683 bachelor d-e---ree-141 a muter'sand
v'\ ife, Mrs. Denice Evans Rev. and back log on Lewis Frank Florida State University campusfor
one son, B. F. Evans, Free. Interment followed in the Church Sutton. Hattiesburg Miss., and will probably be September- W. C. (Will) Gandy 1572 I 21 a doctorate.Commencement. the 24th Annual Band Con-
I'ort one daughter, Mrs. Leota Cemetery with Comander Funeral Will Sutton, El Paso Tex., before it Is administered. For School Board Member o e r monies test Festival Thursday through
Edwards, San Simeon, Calif., ) Home directing. one daughter: Miss Harriett Sutton The Cub Pack charter for Pack District No. 4- were held on April 18 but since Saturday, May 7-9.
and a step-son, G. H. McCormickalso Survivors include two sons: of DeFunlak Springs. There No. 507 was presented to Jack Glenn A. Parker 2912 trade were not yet in the diplomas Sponsored by the Florida Bandmasters -
W.
i of Freeport. Also survivingare Wilbur C. Beasley, Pensacola and are three sisters: Mrs. W. Little and Milford BASS. J. C. Turner 2301: could not be Issued at the Association, organization

his mother, Mrs. Izola Evans Otha M. Beasley of DeFuniak Haughton and Mrs. Albert Anderson It was announced that there For Constable District No. 2- time. I of all the state band directors
( Freeport. five brothers Burl Springs, and one daughter, Mrs. both of Pensacola and will be a Civil Defense Demonstration Carl Alford 93 The four Walton county graduates the bands will compete for'rat.

Evans, DeFuniak Springs, Cecil Lena McLendon of DeFuniak Mrs. Paul Davis of Fort Walton at the DeFuniak SpringsAir Cecil Cawthon 215 are: Barbara Ann Wilker- ings in such areas as concert,
Beach. and two brothers: Allen Port on Friday May 8, 1964 Harris 109 BS business; Judith Ann
Evans, Destin Hubert Evans Springs. and J. H. (Speedball) son, march and sight reading. There
DeFuniak Springs, Herbert Evans There .are seven grandchildren. Sutton DeFuniak Springs at approximately 6:30( p.m., anyone Max Marsh 163 Rivard BME music educator; wfll also be solo, ensemble and
Sutton Phoenix, Art.z There interested attend. There No. 4- Maria Seymour, BS arts
Ebro and Arnold Evans of Leon may "For Constable District Angela stage band competitions.
Liberty. There is one sister, Mrs. Earl Mathews Returns are four granchUdren. will be a team of Para-Medics Clayton Davis 1604 and science; George Ralph Miller,, All state festival contest entries -

Lois Evans, of West Bay. Seven From 3 Month Cruise from Eglin field on hand to help Ralph R. Rushing 874 BA arts and science. have already; received superior -
grandchildren also survive. CARD OP THANKS with the demonstration. For Constable District No. 6- ratings in district band

Earl Mathews, Electronics Tech- George Arthur Carter .351 County Council of PTA'aMeeting festival competitions.Mr. .
STATEMENT FROM ADAIR nician. 3-C United States Navy, We the family of John B Rig- Legion Auxiliary Says Calbert Joe Clark 129 This Thursday

who is now serving on board the don, wish to express our deep Thank You! .T. Victor Ward 320 Ellis Williams, president of the and Mrs. John Koiirnik

Jack Donald Adair, in the USS Earl B. Hall (APD-107)),, end sincere thanks to each of "For Justice of the Peace Walton county Council of PTA'sannOUMes have returned to their home in
run-off for. County Commissioner home port Little Creek Amphe- you who gave of your time, your We sincerely thank every one District No. 2- that the West DeFun Harbor Springs, Mich., after
Base Norfolk, Va., has returned and assistance during who made a donation to auxiliaryon 388 iak Elementary school PTA will
Dlst. 3, made the following<< bious love your Joel G. Thomas spending several weeks here
statement to the voters: May I from a three month cruiseIn the illness and death of our be- Poppy Day May 2nd. Arthur R. Turner 147 be host to the last meeting of the with Mrs. Lucy Jean Morris'and
express my deep appreciation for the Carribean. : loved, husband father and fath- You were very kind and gen Council for this school year. other relatives In Georgia Flor-

the votes you gave me in the The Hall spent the major part er-in-law. I erous. Girls. Soft Ball This Thursday, May 7, at 7:00: ida and Alabama. They stopped
first primary and 1 want to tell of the cruise, standing by for May each of you have such Members American Legion I To 'Meet May 16 p.m. the West DeFuniak PTA enroute home and visited friends
supporters that I will try emergency evacuation of American kindness and love in time of Auxiliary, Pres. Mary Vivian will serve supper and you are In- In Memphis, Tenn., and South
to my repay them with good county personal from the Canal need and may God bless each of Thompson.PreSchool. All girls in the fifth grade vited. All I local school PTA' are Bend Ind. The Koslrnik's feel
government. Zone, should it have been neces- you is our prayer. through 12th grades who are interested urged to have good representation that this being their 20th tripSouth
Your vote and upport in the sary. Due to 'resumption of negotiations Mrs. Cassie Rigdon (Widow) RegistrationAt In playing soft ball this at this last county council in the past 29 years, this

second primary will be deeply with Panama. The Hall Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rigdon Freeport) year please sign up with Mrs. meeting. I I. the best all around that they
appreciated Jack Donald Adair returned to the United States Mr. and Mrs. Earl Godwin BI1 Ellis, TW '6-4013 or Mrs. can over recall and are looking
coming back by way of San Pre school registration for Harry Wallace, TW 6. 581. They THANKS THE VOTERS forward to their next visit.

WANTEDYOUNG: LADY Juan Porto Rico, where they Fla. Engineering Society those children who will be enter- will meet with the girls Saturday,

free to travel assist me in circulation made a short top over. Will Meet ThursdayThe ing Freeport School first grade, May I 16th at 9:30: a m.. at Walton County Judge Trotman ask us Weather Report
campaign with large southern Earl is the nephew of Mrs. first time In September 1984. will Gym along with coaches for the to thank the people of the coun-

Co. Cash bonus also $2.50 Ruby Davis of this place. regular monthly meetingof be held on Thursday May 14th year. lyt for the wonderful vote he -- "
wk. training. Apply the Florida Engineering Society 1964, between the hours of 8:30am. : received in Tuesday's primary Date High Low Rain

draw.Owens 3 Motel Saturday. 9th 10 Mrs. Frances Florence of Gray- Gulf Coast Chapter, will be and 2:30: pm. at the Freeport SING, AT CANEY CREEK He says next week he will express April 29 85 65 .60

to 11 am. only. Mrs. Witt ton Beach,.was visiting in DeFun- held In Panama City ThursdayMay School House.! Don't forget the big Singing at his thanks In an advertisement 30May 82 49 _
Transporation am. furnished. Itpd ink Wednesday.Mr. 7. 1964 at 7:00: pjn. at the C.neCreek/ Baptist church Sun- but wanted to take this 1 76 59 .53
and Mrs. John D. Anderson City' Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle D. Math- day, May; 10, at L'30 p.m. Every- opportunity to let hem know how 2 86 63 1.82
Rivard spent the of Panama City, were visiting An Interesting film will be ews and children and Mrs. Minnie erie is Invited to come along and much he appreciaed the fine vote 8 83 56
Miss Judy
weekend visiting friends In Geneva Mrs. A. L. Anderson and family . [ presented as part of the regular Keen visited the Jeff Dvi bring ;your latest sons books. I and all the favor shown him 4 79 54
and Birmingham. Sunday- program. Sunday. Royce Gill, chm. during the campaign. S 81 50

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f THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1964
PUBLISHED EVEftY THURSDAY THE DeFUNIAK HERALD-BREEZE
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University's Department of Che- Mrs. Jim Booth of Fort Wal
Walton Menus sticks, rolls milk.Wednesday potatoes, eeKaUoped-X. tomatoes: ,. Special Science Training[ The students were invited, Harry H. Sisler, head of the Uni ton Beach visited relatives in
the
Hamburgers, cookies: rolls -..d. 2.lIy.mUlr. Given Bright StudentsThe along. with 94 teachers for vislty's Department of Chemistry town on Wednesday of last'week.
May 11-15 minute steaks with rice" and y 1 r first Florida Junior Symposium on the "Challenge: to Modern Mrs. A. F. Dullard visited Mr.
gravy, sliced tomatoes and let- Don Strikes of the University University of Florida and in the Science Engineering and Science and Mrs. J. F. Cooper in Orlandofor
Monday Meat balls and tuce, succotach, cake and straw- of Florida, visited( hi* parents fife U7: S. Army Research Office the Humanities (May 3-5): ), several days last week En-
gravy over whipped potatoes, berries, milk.Thursday here over the weekend. brought 207 of the state's bright: The group: was greeted by Tim Sutton and his teacher, route home she. visited her dau-
Hamburgers with lettuce and Roast beef and high school students to' the University President J. Wayne Patrick Sullivan, from Walton : ghter and family Mr. and Mn.
tomato, English peas, peachesand gravy hot dogs, frozen mixed campus Sunday. May 3, for three Reitz, Sunday evening:, and will high were Invited. D. H. Oswald in Ocala.
grapefruit, cake with pine- vegetables, cabbage: coconut and days of special science training. hear an initial address by Dr.
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..... ,$1" on *U Feat "envll-type1* artwl..
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130 BATH SOAP spring' lily/ flake boa-2 41e RAMS' R asp ,for .71
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130 UPSTICK( Mr.chln Lone tine. -.; ..2 f for 1.31 1 101 ENVELOPE ENYELOPES' nel.ef'.,."....2 fOf'l".2i1 I: ;';lypewrltnmoton. v balanced' Comfort trip handles!
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450 COTTON SQUARES Ktuil.2 for 48 BALL 'Of lUlU( ----2 far, .Mz '.--,....... endree.Ct.nietolports

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VOLUb1E-3-PUBLISIIED: i i>EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA THURSDAY.. _MAY.____ 7... 1984,

1000 S&H Green Stamps FREE : National Raisin Week Treat -i material on 2,909.0 acres of 1
farmland to permit the of
during: month of May with purchaseof legumes and grasses for soil use Improvement FREE--During May
1 and protection; the .
Air Conditioner improvement of 110.0 acres of 1000 Free S&H Green Stamps

s,1ro.'J coil established of watershed vegetative protection cover; then fur With the purchase of a

: I establishment of 2813.0 acres of Deep Freeze during the month of May!
temporary summer end winter
: 4'k cover crops for improving the
PHILCO Noiseless 1 j I soil and. protecting_ : farmland fromerosion. )

The county committee chair-
man also pointed out that a signi-
I ficant factor in the success of the
HIGH PERFORMANCEROOM $M 1963 conservation effort was the
fact that 65 farms and ranchesin
the county carried out conservation -
AIR CONDITIONER r Ij practices under the 1063
j ACP that had not participated in K 1
the program during the three
previous years. A special effort 3.
I is being made to encourage farmers -
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"- and ranchers who have not
NEW PHI LCD i
been carrying out needed' conservation -
Cocoa and eolfee-add ,Interesting notes to these! festive raisin work to participate in
FULLCIRCLE tarts. The velvety filling is richly accented with plump California the ACP: A
eclJ".-rallla..' These elegant tarts have been developed by
the California Raisin AdvisoryBoard, in honor National: Raisin 'Cost-shares earned by the
'West ,April :28 to May 2nd.' pkrticipaWng farmers and ranchers -
This-year marten. the'55th'celebration& of National RaisinVeek.. in the coxinty 'in 1063 totaledO8.250.OO.
Ja fact;raisins"wre-thevery tint food to have been honored la $ )( : This cost-share asslstaftce -
OUT-FRONT > all of the raisins used the is made
this manDt'r. California produces In -as an investment
.
AIR COrVTBOl United.$tat.e.These beautiful sun drenched raisins are the finest in I the public"* interest to help in.
wnrHWTroducetT anywhere In.tbe world. .i sure the'wise- use and adequate
w. MOCHA RAISIN TARTS !":. protection. of our vital natural
ft/3 cup dark aeedleie1 alslna.J4 teaspoon salt !r:" resource*. ACP assistance is lit
DIAL THE AIRFLOW, ijfc teaspoon u"fta"-d gelatin 2/3 cup milk |IJ|Auov limited'tor' conservation measures
1 tsbleepooa W****' J3Mfmntc which farmersand' '
ranchers
IN ANY DIRECTIONWALLTOWA& \A whole egg and 1 egg white "
ab u normally would not be able tooa.ry
/ teaspoon vanilla 4
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FOR IGW'.;FREE;. W Moon eefMk powder 8 baked 3-Inch tart shell T out to the extent necessary
If they had to bear the whole I PHILCO I
< ''Water and let stand 5 drain.t3ettate4tlstlfetn .
:OO00N.> Cbtra Ttalatfb'elrttk tK>I1IDC minutes;
ratatr. Blend half ef sugar with cocoa coffee, salt. cost themselves.
taMIc'&bCellS:yolk..Cook,stirring over moderate heattrtae11111fth8eienad. as low aa
S Pushbutton'Cbntrofr"..-AutaiTtaUdfPHILCO ; Remove from beat. Blend In softened gela- FOR SALE: UACK LAKE Masonry
else, stir ln#nst' vts'sad vanilla. Cool. :Meanwhile beat egg 'whites home 4 acres landscaped $219.95Terms
Thermostat Sp.c Vetitf atioill6IM' bra ftOtbjK'AdC'rMnalnlng" augar gradually beating until stiff. Fold 800 ft. lakefront. The finest residential -
I, IMWMbc.'WlKture.-Spoon carefully into baked tart shells. Chill at bank rate interest
trot Saver" Cabinet* location in North Flor-
Compact Spac* UNU.... Visa .H.lncb) tart.liVA170M7000NTY ._ __ ___ _ Ida. Full price, $22.500. ImmedI-
7AC43 Do-it-youmlftnstIhlMon'PHILCO '\ ate-possession. C. A. Porter 3227 CITY TIRE & APPLIANCE CO. .
: FARMERS AND NJ Orange Ave., Orlando. Fla. 120 West Baldwin Ave.
Chop ,fl'CMlt'7 Ph. 423-3068. 5:7,14pd:
DeFUNIAK

;. rtiitah.decorator your. room fronts.decor tow. RANCHERS HAD/A GOOD YEAR IN '63 -' ---,.-._ ;r.---,.-----SPRINGS-- FLORIDA--- --- -
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...t "ts=g..tatrfht.wea.KesHa 'Walton county's tanners and partnership. The g o v e r n m ent Shop Ca rp's and Compare!
+rw ranchers continued to make pro shares a part of the cost of carry-
L gress during 1963 in the develop Ing out the needed conservation Compare Value . Compare Quality .
I $169.95-\ ment and conservation, of thecvonty'fc work less than 50 percent in ,t Compare Service! You'll find Carp's offer
vital natural resources. most cases the farmers and
more of . of the
'1 he Agricultural Conservation ranchers themselves bear the everything every day
.program as in past years playedan major portion of the cost. Their "J" :ri!
liNeiw Philco important part in the con- contribution includes labor equip.. .
Germlcldal servation accomplishments, made ment and materials. "
DOUBLEonr 4 a washable during the year. 416 farmers and Some of the major conserva-
., 'filter has ranchers in the county participated tion practices completed under :
C
k q. two layers in the 1963 ACP and com- the 1963 ACP in the county were: : t1Jte 1))

S for better pleted v.'oodland approved and wildlife soil'conserva-water, the of permanent establishment vegetative of 13I8.O cover acres t"t"uMi .

Mering.rr .
tion practices.The frfr soil protection or as a needed
Agricultural Conservation land-use adjustment; the appli
Program is administered in the cation of 2,984.0 tons of limingDJIDi' GIVE MOTHER A PRETTY
county by the farmerelectedASC
CITY TIRE committee Fred W. Spann,
.MoncoCASTING & APPLIANCE CO.
(/ chairman of the county committee -
this week SUMMERTIMEDRESS w
vawE 120 West Baldwin Ave. released a report
,aecompHshjments -
J On the conservation
a DeFUNIAK4 SPRINGS FLORIDA made under the 1963 ACP. I

10% Discount on all Air Conditioners ACP The chairman is a farmer-government stressed. that the,
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size .L
sew through summer. Complete
range .. Petite 5 to 11; Juniors 7 to 15;
THE MAN WITH Women's 10 to 20 and Half-Sizes H'/t
For the fIne reception you .h 24YL
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i FlWRIL SAVINGS AND LOAN DOUBLE SATURDAY FEATUREMERMAIDS' :

Chooa 0.. .# C a>'. Stunning.

since our: opening: last Friday.We OF Straw Handbags
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THE T1BUROK
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appreciate much the confidence have
very you In Color .. faur'calllets of, I..

showed in us and invite your continued cooperationthat Plus ....... . eIegMIIJ'
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we'may'serve you and the area better. THE QUICK AND large. stig variety of sew.hter >. I


THE DEADThe I f! sWei.. agd styles 1.89

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( big war picture SWEET DREAMS FOR MOTHER!
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J dry fabrics, Dacron blends and nylons.
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LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION UP TO $10,000 Terrycloth Houseshoes

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i Solid color and plaid terrydoth .
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Corner Nelson Ave. &: 8th St. Telephone TW 4-2321 Starring: ; . t'' uppers' with soft. 99
Cliff Robertson ( ,4 comfort..aMe. sponge mwer 1

Jane Fonda soles. CimplttoJy. wash "' ?

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/cisdf/ : Today's Mom is a SMART Mom! She runs a big Small business"
F' .
1 (the home!), chauffeurs the kids around, plans and prepares over a thou
,} sand meals each year : and still manages to play her important part in
plGGLY'1
all the extra things that make up family life today. Mom's a smart shop-
-- per, too-and here are same value we KNOW she'll like when she shops
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r;., ,'. Quantity Rights Reserved I
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SHOP PIGGLY''WIGGLY FOR DELIGHTFULLY DEW-LICIOUS PRODUCE!
Grade "A"
Bee Pack
WholeFryers-
QUALITY SHORTENING WIENERS

2 ib Pkg 69e

CRISCO Pride

SALTINES
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3 Ib can
A Cut Up lb. 27cCUSTOMER'S
NEW .
Limit: 1 can with $5.00 or more order l> Product!

'Fresh FryerBREASTS Ib 49c
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CHOICE r II Fresh Fryer &

OAKHILL TOMATOES SOUTHERN THIGHS Lib 39c

brand Fresh Fryer

OR TRELLIS MAYFIELD CORN . ANGEL FOOD WINGS Ib 25c


CKSerIb: 19c
No. 303 Cake
PEAS Rath's Cedar Farm
Can Thick SlicedBACON
2 11bs 99c
EACH
LADY ALICE DETERGENT 48 OZS. 79c Rath's Roll -
I A 49c Value . SAUSAGE


I F R E E 12OOOOS Carl 3--1Ibrolls99c Budding's
Sliced Turkey Corned Beef
PET RITZ FROZEN CREAMPIES Sliced: Beef Sliced. Ham
$1' /
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FOR SHOPPING 15 33ikgB.
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''f 100 WINNERS OF 1200 S &,,H; GREEN STAMPS! CUSTOMER'S CHOICE OF ,,1"1
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Read These Simple Rules LEMON, CHOC. OR COCONUT! .,,,

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 .
Save this Check the If your No person Winning No Purchase You do Not
Weekend's Numbers on Cash Under 16. Numbers will Necessary Have to be SHOP
Cash Piggly Register Employees De posted To win. If Present to S J7fev (
Register WIggly's rape or the For 3 days .Just LookWin. II, YOUR FRIENDLY
i Slips. Bulletin Number Is Piggly 1\Ion.\ .Tues:, Ing" The S
Board. PostedViggly and\Ved.. Cashier /t WIGGLY
Cashier Nor Their May 11. 12 will give
wm give Immediate and 13.: You a
You 12000 Relatives No awards Courtesy IN . .
S & H Stamps May win. ode afterSUp,
Properly Numbered. DeFUNIAK

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Indian Creek Baptist Church
Wilbur Kelly, Pastor


Davis Ln BapUat Church
Pastor Owls Miller

1 11 q a c f .JPtS t;si
Santa Rosa Baptist Mission a F a b s3'' :'r #. ,
Rev. Marvin Taylor

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first" Presbyterian Church 1
Circle::: Drtv*--DFuniak Spg., Fla
Gayle W. Tarlkld, Minister 4

OO1U eh..nna PrsbjrtrUn Road Chapels ;:: : v : ; sa.

:Dd'aDJid'SprlD VTA
O9to W. Tbrlkld. Minister t

Kucha* V. Presbyterian Church
Freeport Presbyterian; Church
ale Red Bay Presbyterian; Church K. .
John M. Ash Minister .: .ffi R ao'Yalt: rJ r

...., A atba's Kplscopal: Church
Rev. George Milam

rant Methodist Church ads R\e #t i at axrT
CtrcU Driv, West
Rev. Sam Shirah
P
Wesley Memorial Methodist
Uve Oak Avenue
Winston Jay w D '
1 r

Freeport and Portland
Methodist Church ,
J. D. Renfroe

JanIce Methodist Church 1 '
t
J J. Snodgrass <

Al* ua Center Ridge Methodist ;rte .
J. A. Anthony, Jr. ''
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Darlington Methodist Church a '
Rev. C. C. Colvin : R ., ufSiaMs 4 xY of i Fd3.{BMt.J14 Y a ?,

Ponce de Leon Methodist Church
Colvin . : 1 tlh,. t
Rev. C. C. t, s rS
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DeTunlak Springs First Baptist
Uveoak &; Eleventh Street S
W. O. Willham, Pastor.

East Baptist Church
Richard Bloodworth Pastor .1 ,,, tiln 'iv \
Baldwin Avenue Baptist Church" %-?
W. Baldwin Avenue ." :

1 Rev. Wilbur'P. Cotton, Pastor ,>. ,.

Northsld Baptist Church 5- aEr; r
Rev. Glen Spence E

Gaskin First Baptist ChurchL. ,
G. Johnson, Pastor 5 Pr 1'
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Frwport Baptist Church
W. Li. Clark Pastor THE CHURCH POR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH

Friendship Baptist ChurchC. The Church is the greatest factor July and support the Church.: They
Lester Weekly, Pastor on earth for the building of character : are: ( ) his own snke. ( )
children' theisaks
and good citizenship.' It is a store his sake. ( )
Gaskin South Baptist Church i familyfisit\ house of values.Without j a of his community i an/l.rOaWn itrelf( ))
Rev. Tucker Aplln strong Church, neither democracy For the sake of the Church '
nor civilization can survive. There which need. his moral and mnlorlai .
Glendale Baptist ChurchJ. are four sound reasons why every support. Plan to go to church: regularly
B. Birmingham, Pastor person should attend services regu and read your Bible daily.

Lime Stone Baptist Church
Rev. Cony Black, Pastor They'll be here any minute! Ait soon as I finish the failed to give us the strength to meet them, and the

Nw Harmony Baptist Church flowers I'll go and sit with Dad on the front porch, so courage to go on again. '

Rev. Kenneth Klckllghter we'll be right there when they all Jdrive in. It'll be just We've always been a churchgoing family, and I know

Kenneth Oak Grove Wadle Baptist Pastor Church wonderful to see them again. the children never miss a Sunday even now. TomorrowDad

Paxton Baptist Church and I were-saying last night that we couldn't we'll all go to church together, and it will seem like the

Charles Kerby Pastorrtmmmnt have been blessed with better children or lovelier grandold days when.our family was still here at home. We

Ride Baptist Church children. We've been so fortunate. Of: course, there have have so much to thank God for, every one of us.

Rev. James Kinchin been some tragic and terrible times, .but God has never

Pleasant Grove Baptist Church
Freeman Smith, Pastor j'j't'l Copyright 1984,Keister Advertising Service, Inc., Strasburg,Vo.Sunday .

lied Bay Baptist Church
Rev. T. R. Padgett
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Mitsmid Baptist Church I ,
Rev. Ivan Martin ., Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday .
II Samuel I Chronicles Psalms Isaiah Jeremiah II Corinthians Hebrews '
Ok Baptist Church:::
CSOMT PFastor 22(21-81 28::1-10 71 :1-6 40:3-11: 81:7-14 12:1-10 1:5.14: .
Robert Knox I
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JUT. J. L. Harrss I

Rev.u'1iaPID Aubrey Baptist Todd Church # These Religious Messages are Be.nn Published Each Week 'in the 'DeFuniak Herald Sponsored

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j. W. SlngUtarytfm by Following Interested IndhrHiuls and Business Establishments
./* BSSBM) AFuton /.. L"r ed QM :
Pastas Osr ......

W. A.. Whltalter Ars.Wy erf 0.1 Veteran's GasCompany Fisher Hardware Co. Fisher's Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M. Prescott

A GOOD HARDWARE STORE PLUMBING HEATING
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went >dd4'r
'- "IF IT BURNS GAS-CALL US"
Richards;
Gary
711 LIVE OAK AVE. Piar ly Wiggly A. B. Covell
Cluster Springs Baptist Church' King &', Co.
CONTRACTORComander
Harold Smith Pastor TI ORIGINAL ..If.S.rvlce
FORD CAIN'S Rivard Chevrolet
Mossy Head Baptist Mlsslosl Standard Station
I Floyd; Garrett, Pastor Peoples I Water Service Company I
GAS OIL 'D a iley Furniture Co. Funeral
: Argyle Baptist Mission WASHING GREASING Company
Rev. Lee King Creel Ford Co. Home
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Lake Stanley Baptist ChUMss fPS Ready To MERCER COMANDER. L. F. O. Choctawhatchee .
Rev. Harold R. Padgett
l Wear Store RITZ THEATRE WJu DepartmentStore Electric Cooperative,
N. 0th ST.Western Henry Koerber
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r Pleasant Valley Baptist ChurchT. GET MORE OUT OF LIFE- I nc.
GO OUT TO A MOVIE" YOUR PURINA 'DEALF
Pastor
R. Padgett Auto
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VOLUME PUBLISHED: EVEftY THURSDAY THE DcPUNIAK IIERA.t..DoIIJtZh., THURSDAY. MAY 7, 1964

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NOTICE' : or TAX */U.BJCotte Description I Bee 2'wp.AeI'H' Sec Twp' Rgs.Acre. Owner Amount
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Is Hereby flvm that on tn. a'tn dar of May 1M4. at the hour of by ,u it comrs out of Owaat ...oaat 71

12-00 noon, at th* Court House door mODe *k springs. County of Florida NW i J. ... .u)' a acre ..e: 70" >711 yde> 7118 to SSf 1. aw James Nelson 568 I F boating p l.. I Ii
tsx sal certificates will be sold following described land to had that lies aud is
witch the t4aof SUCL w.6ia. : taxes Herein *st opposite the cam,'' together derv U. fOl: COU't fl c- .3174: Ii Wool J'iE'
all o all advertising.Descilptlon .".." u. N8.\/ 01 loIWI4! oor'of ssfc.: thence runa

of:1ot.I 20 deg it mm B: 118
:: atJr:; -r ft along W side of St.

present County rd and 113: to POB. thence
*.e. Twp. Rfe.Acrei Owner Amount duos not contain any d. 110. deg

Com B ch. B of NW cor laud North of the rdA 5 18 17 Mltter it Lona Adam ..n 28 min S:Nog ret 179ft.
of SWH of SWH run tract ul land deep as thence B BO deg OB/
E 13 chs. SIch.. E7 fol: Beg ul u pt 300 It min B: 3288 ft to rd
.-hs. 8 12.17 H. che. tt of NW cur ol NUU of POB In SH of
Northwesterly 20.50 cite Bh.,4! ul MIL O, tun tlieii- and to u aN 18 1.4 Thomas E. MartinInscription 118.12

to a t 12 che 2H Ike ce & I/SO it. thence B N of NW\ lees and ex-
B of t of beg run N along W bulk of Chuntuwliutihru 3t from the
:II.40 cetlnB there
30 L. Ward
1].17 cbs to t of beg 20 IN 17 : A. river 3OO ft. Beg at NW cor
M D. P. Simmon Ac thcuct' N .'..0 It, thence 101 deem B
run
W 057 ft of SWH 28 IN 17 J. R. Parish 16.10 W JOu it 10 urUJH. being 034 E. L. Olll of ds. 'SSnce: 8 179 yds

Pt of Beg TUe SB cor a purl ol. e 18 17 11.3'7WiJ'wo thenct W 280 yds. thence -
of 8eo. 27. thence go ; N.L. ,, ol SEtt and N 179 yds to placeof
along sea line a die of 01 b6S.nhWcur. axe 9acics exo a
99 Jack D. Adair bea wide foe
1269.35 ft. mol. to BROW I IN la 18.90 of land 66 ft
of Hwy No. 200, NH of NL,4 of SWliOf 9 Q. M. Jennings ROW across said tract
thence run N 68 deg felfaU 3 IN 18 '.88 sold to State Rd. Dept. I
O2 rain W along ad rd SH ol NWI, of NEU; rol. .
a die of 258880 ft to MM( of MW4! Of 86'K i SO O. M Jennings lUa and **o a strtpauf<< laJnd
center of graded road BEU of NWU of B&U 10 IN 18 20 ft wide along N
thence 8 08 deg 32 nun NWU' of BtfUxo 139yda aide of said tract to be
W along rd for a die of N Sc tt>I b143 yds used for County road
483.20 ft. thence along K, A W In toW cor ..f- cont. 10 acres MOL.
rd 33080 ft, thence a- NW'4 of NWU' of liE>4 begin at SB: nor of NH

long same rd 22 deg tee that part of NWV4ol of NEK run N 630 ft Pulling an outboard rig with the
39 mln W a dla of B&U: t, of Ited Bay. run W 420: ft. run S
153380 ft MOL. to In- te E.ucncciuina rd :12 IN 18 32 J. B. Howard U.82Nt 630 ft. E 420: ft to POD family automobile requires prac-

tersectlon of and with ;tart4nor 6WU* NW14 ofwt.Is 18 acres) 1 less that por- tice not special knowledge, main-
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8 line of ed sec lanes tVii cl Bi.14 27 i o Weller 43.59 tion of NH' '" of NE14!: W
die of 3051 ft to FOB 27 IN 1'7 loom D. P.J. R.Hlmmone Pariah lITo 3987 ; oi tjw-u of NWU ;32 : : : H, C..ardwel': 6,64: of DePunlak *"V'POTiiroad tain the Mercury outboard boating

NK%4 of NW'4 sac NEVi' 37 J. Com ut NW\/ cor of bSVi: a strip of land experts. This is particularly true of
% R. Parish at
of of of hl li S4, tUcuco: run K designated ..
NE',4 NWK 34 IN 17 : P. 1141mm tt wide
D. Simmons
Beg at old fence poet recognized along K bdry line of St. Rd. No. 10 28 2N 19 backing your trailer. The prime
as the BK cor aald. IL,; .'of :NE4 a EH of NW'4 of NEU of Frances K. Lambert 179.71 rule to remember is that you must
of NW% of NEVi of diet ct ..<\lt for POB, 0E34 : 8 3N 19
t'acoV 1V4 Gerald J. McDonald :3Mthenc turn the wheel of the car to the
Sec. 34. go N 78 deg thence k-uu B 10S ft online Beg a of BE U
28 mln W along 8 bdry l,ar-vlU the W .. of SWV. thence run left to make the trailer turn to the

line of ad NW',4 of NE bdry Jlufl of said 40 K 509 ft for pt of beg; right and vice versa. To develop
>,. a die of 12J69O: ft acme thcuce run E! 103 thence run N 275 It. ,
to run of small branch It ou line par with N run B 79 ft. skill in moving in reverse, set up

thence along the mean bdry line of Bald. 40 thence run 8 279 ft. some empty cardboard cartons on
aer of ad branch, generally acres thence run JN' 109 thence run W 70 ft to
aa follow: H" 23 ft on lint par with Pt of beg 14 3N' 18 Vi Mid-State Homes, Ino. 31.40 a vacant parking lot and practice
deg 5 mln W 212.2O to W bdry line of said 40 Com at SW cor of SE% backing your trailer between them.
POd where It Intersectswith a"re'., thence run W 101tt of SWM. run In an Easterly -
fence poet pro along the N bdry dir 900 ft. run ;N When towing your rig out on the

jetted,,. run N' ki\\J deg 49 lino of bald 40 area 279: ft tor POB. run N highway, allow more time for
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Uld
w POB ? 2N t/a Bt.t Homes inn 3710 -. ft 8
K Wong the fence ilia IS run iw .
NH! f"W'; iii 80 :B. 0. ) c ali--- 313: 19 braking accelerate more slowly
W2640/ ft to a pt on N 7 2N 375 ft, W 79 ft to POB 14 3N Woodrow w. Mltchem
tt '.08
bdry line of Sec. 34. EH! Of SWU: Of aw'", 7 2N' 18 20 B. O. MoCall .04 W. B. HARBERSON LUMBER and swing-wider on corners. Figure
thence run B 88 deg 48 NH Of 81of:; SWU\ 7 2N' 18 20 B. C. MoCall .04 CO. 8-D DeFUNIAK 3N 19
mln E along Ben: 1 a SW 4 of 81::% 7 2N' 18 40 B.. C. McCall 1134 Lot :3 A 3, milt 8 that you need twice as much spaceto

die of 990 It MOL, to NE NY ot SH of NE'.i! of END: pass another vehicle when you
cor of NW% of NEfc NW I. 11 2N' 18 S Henerltta Laird 4.00 Kara Akere 8-D 3N 19 12.14 Cecil Wiggins e." are pulling a trailer .
of See 34. thence 8 01 Com Ht SB cor of BW'4 Lot 31 A 32
dpg 10 mln W 1337 ft 27.2e D.P. Simmons lITo of Ni.' :;'4 mid run W Com at NW ooi of Lot
MoL to pt of beg 34 IN 17 .1. R. Simmons :12.30 on a line of 40, 208.79 -, 24, Kara Akere, run : Homer Anderson :263.39
NV of lots 2 4i 3 exo ft for POU. thence run 300 ft for FOB, run
the toll: Beg at an old N 208.75 ft. thence. run 100 ft. 8 135 ft. W 100 Dr. J. L. Anderson
fence poet recognised W 2011.7:J ft thence run ft. N 135 ft to POB
aa BE cor of Ht.U.. of B 2011.7S ft, thence runE END Alma Le. Holt 13.73 announces the opening of his
WWU of Bee. 31. A 208.75 ft to TUB 12 2N 18 1 Lot l. Olpson 6,31 AERO ROUES 8-D 3N 19 office for the Practice of Optometry -

W run along N 81 8 deg baIT 29 of mln NKU 20873: It .... m SE cot Lot Lot 2 8., Blk Blk a 1 Fiesta Unknown Rome. *r" 10890 in all Its phases. Eyes
4.72
a die of 143 M ft ot lW> : 12 21'1' 18 1 John D
515'ul5h1L Campbell 17.22 Lot 4. Blk 2 Neal J. Hardy: 108.59 examined glasses and contact
NW! ul 21'1' 18
35 \Vlleon
to run of email branch. 40 Ella 11.33 Lot 14 Blk 2 Fred
Wamble
thence along meander N 54 :: 56'11' 4 31'1' 18 80 Moaefe Parish 2U2 4.73 lenses prescribed.

logs of branch general. ..t :' ;% ColD where sec 23 crosses Office Moue:
a. follow; N 34 dec OS Alt '1th t hL;t" bbbtxof T 31'1' 18 40 V. Oadartan SU1tiW N line at sec nm E 397 Monday through
mln W a die of 2KO.9O yai ft for beg, run E 105 St. Saturday
ft. N 71 deg 21nunK: 04 loIW lying Nof 8 105 ft, W 109 ft, N 8:00: A.M. to 5:00: P.M.

a die. of 413.20 it to ru and all that part 109 Itt to FOB 23 3N 18 K Mid-States Home. 2860 Closed all day Thursday
oJ:
where WinahW.ofbW
pt It intersects Com where at. rd 83 cross
with fence Projected 3'4 lying W ot rd and ee N line of sec 23. 602 North Main St.
thence W 200 deg 35 alj tllolt I"u t of NW4of thenco run B: 902 ft for Phone MU
mln B along fence 026.41ft bW5,4, lying E ot I'd 8 31'1' 18 40 V. Oadarlan 14.03All POD run B 109: ft. 2-4014

to aPt00N' bdryof 11; ul ru ul tiW rx ot run a 210 ft. run W 210 Crestview Florida
Bee. 34, thence E NW tn cau U'l.i' acres 8 3N 18 10 Ardavtll V. Oadartan 43." run N 105 It. run B 105 ,
along sea line a die of Cum .L NLI>; cur; uf BW!: ft. FOB 23 3N 18 3.. Mid State Homes 3348
990 ft MOL to NE cor 01 lOW\-\. Lull \V 750 n Com riloot: : 0' NBK,
of NW4! of NE14 of to tluuuy Cluck." rd' 1 thence of NW%. thence run W
Sea 34. thence B 01 deg back to .tartllltr. pt.t.hcll. 42O tt to POB. thence
and 10 mln W a die of ... d "GO 1 t. W 0.10tt run E to ROW of St.Rd .

13.17.40 ft MOL to pt to bandy Crotock I'd. 11% William 8rynes 7.52 No. 110. thence run
of beg 34 IN 17 43 D. P. Simmons & theucalong r 8 3N 18 dir along
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southwesterly
420 ft N' B by 1050 J. R. Pariah 6987 Com kt NW cur 01 NE3:, ; sd ROW to half sec ./
ft E & W In WE cor 01 bJ: 34. tu"nce run ti of thencerun
line sd forty, .
BWU of NEK 24 IN 17 nil 40 1.1110 LiO a. thence
to where It Intersects -
WO B H of NW 4of 10 Bob ParUh 459 run 6: par. with the 1'1' HALF
SNWi4t Rd No. 80 thence
1490 D. P. Simmons icJ.
35 IN' 17 40 lino 'jJ It to YOB
W along ad line to
R. Parleh. Jr 864 run
Fract 8E'of BEV& (or thence run .tL par with
within 900 It of W line
8V4 of Lot 1)) 35 IN 17 32.58)1'Rayboru, 4c the N 40 hun U n,
William E. Wilson 5427 of ad forty, thence run
Com at NW cor of NEVi thence run 8 with "
par 23 3N 19 Theodore
N 240 ft to POD 3Vi finger 13.84
of Boo. 38. run 8 :2 the W 41.1 hue 150 n, of NW- SIZES
1 793 ft of SEH
deg :57 mln 30 sec W thence rUIl W 75 It, of
of 8WV4(
14509: It to FOB thence thence rUII N 160 ft to 341 w%.
continue 8 2 deg 67 FUB e a pail ofNy NE34 24 3N 19 34 F. A. McCaakUl 10.9S

mln 30 ceo W 461.85 ft of Nh ,.. 0f bE 18 31'1,18' Jessie D. Whiddon 10M Beg on a pt on northern tot
to W ride of rd thence Coot In 6" cur 01 NEy4 bdry line of L f* N RR
N 11 deg 31 mln E of bN54: .. run Ii 405 ft ROW of -ad pt beingBO :
508 ft. thence N 85 deg lot PUL. thence ruu N ft W of HarbesonLbr ,
53 mln W 812 ft In Banqual.: 711 ft.huuc.. run W Co old log road. make
FOB 36 IN 17 Runnel; O. O. Whit.e ''''.0''' 75 It.. thence run 8 ( _. .' run northeasterly along
Lot 4; Com at N W cor 75 tc. tb..nce run III i Planer 00. aetern bdry
Mid Stag ImVKtmen, Otir9 .....
of lot 4. run 8 :2 deg ''W1r.o H to I'OU l' }I 3N y 18 bdry line
of ROW of you
97 nun 3O moo S tot a Com at lIiW c.r t NE'''' { ""sr T Iliart BU Rd. 10. e
diet of 133.09 ft. thence 4454.! run III on 40 .. thence in a aoutheaaUerly s ,.
S 89 deg 53 mln E for line fibo It for 1OB dir along -ROW of "'t look
a diet ol 150 ft to thenco run E par with St. Rd. 10 to centerline t

FOB thence continue N 40 Hue 79 It, thence of Rarbeeon Lbr .
along bearing B 85 deg run B par with W Co RR ROW. thence
53 mmKforadiet of 40 line 150 ft, thence in a southeasterly dir( twice
40 ft thence N 3 deg run W 79: ft to 40 line along center line of log
57 loin 30 See E a thence run N 150 It topt road to intereectlon olM
die of 148 ft 8 In. thence of bog 11 31'1' 18 % William E. ltataway 14.01 bdry line of L N as
8 89 deg 30 mln W 2JO ft sq. In 8m cor RR ROW. thence run
for a diet of 145.48 ft : 21 31'1' 18 1 Unknown U' Northwesterly al and t. .
to POB 36 IN 17 W. J. Roberta 51.49 or1"IJZrbYLE & N RR ROW to lovely
Beg at NW cor of NE% Lot PPP 31'1' 18 Douglass Neel 43.01 21 3N 18 Olynn Richard 15.11II
of NIC%. run 8 105 yda Commit 8W cor ot NW 4
for POB, run 8 380 ft. E SENDNEtE% 01 BE34 8 41'1' 18 30 A. K Anderson ... 34 of Sec 27. nm N 0
run B to Western bdryof a 3.. ot tiE',. of BE';. a 4N 18 300 Ruby ell A. K. Andeteos ... lea 99 min B along
.t. Rd No. 81. thence 8 3of E a-4 01 IIW': ''' see line 808.3 tt to N
N-Weeterly along W of 4 W 3-. ROW of L ft N RJ* .
line of at rd No. 81 toW of :11WH\ tiot-8E'4 I 4N IS 30 A.. K. Anderson as.... for FOB thence 8 65 .

a pt B of ptth Com at bW 001' ot 8W'. den 20 mln B along L GOFF'SReadyToWear
thence p N ot SWi run E J80 yda 4. N RR ROW line 187.8
bdry line of sac to for l'OB nut 1'1' 210 ft to Quit OU Corp line.
POD (W of et rd No. run N 28 deg 91 .
t'2:1t.Eru; 0"J'21 t '
81 Ac 8 of Harnp b ftFOA JSnB along Quit OU
Montgomery property 22 2N 17 5 Martha Jo. Woods 13.24 t 4N 18
1 Wllt.nt Carroll 6.01 'o 98 g
Co':: Corp>> p -t'
Com at BW nor of NEtt ROW
} at b1V cur ot ace 33 ft to of <3Hwy
of 8WK,( thence run N thence run E on H border BO. thenc N 81 deg (Open Thursday P.M.)
along bdry line of said line of L.ld sec a min W along Hwy DO
forty a diet of 21O ft. diet of 110 yde for pt 9 101 ft. thence B 23: deg
thence run B par with of Br,(. thence run E 12 mm W '18.. ft to TW 8.52210- N. 9th St.
Northern bdry line ofsaid 70 yds. on 8 border line. FOB same toeing property -
forty a diet of thence run 1'1' 70 yda also deso. a* follows -
105 ft thence ofaJ'aaJ': thence run W 10 ydson : sold by H. E.
west bdry line line par With S border O. A. Btraugnn.
Jones
forty a diet of 210 ft. Uno 01 said eec. D Coin
thence W along Southern thence run B 70 yde to Arthur 'WW* ot
, bdry line a diet of ? back to pt of beg II 41'1' 18 I Mid State Homes ... at BW Cor thence north

I 105 ft to POB 1 3N 17 34 B" P Ino.. 34.40 AU W 01 graded I'd' otNE' ward Seo 27.793 ft MOL then-
Com at 8W cor of SEU of tlW1 NW'. oaMStward 108 ft MOL,
of BW'/i of eat 1 for : of S\V' 10" II Al'rCa In Refining Oo.property .
I POD, thence run E 80 " to Quit
cur and Irvs 3 acres
thence -
POB.
ft along the 8 bdry line -... nE E cobs II 4N II 38 A. K. Anderson 13.13 N 38 for dg 81 mlnT Eaton Real Estate &
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J of said eec. thence run NR's of Ni'4 Ieee I acrd
Florala HwyloTl.
N 205: ft on line par Cloy pit 11 4N 18 39 A. K. Anderson n.. 88 ft to
el
N deg
t with the W bdry line of NW'. of NE", 11 41'1' 18 40 A. K. Anderson U.33 thence ad Hwy
said eec. thence. run W A. W 82cor e mill W along Insurance Agency
,. tieydey'deN s':! I William lei n. thence 8 28
80 ft on a line par H In. r. lITo Thomas N.
with the H bdry line ot of NW" of NEy4' : 29 41'1' 18 Cobb 3.28 dee *1Z m.tD RW87ROW
& N
aid eeo. thence run et Beg at BW cnr of BW'.4ot to
ROW
J 205: ft on the bdry line NW''I run E along thenCe along ad AUTOMOBILE FIRE
of said ee cto POD 1 3N 17 40 line 2"rI yd". run N 4 deg 20 min Blar-
t Com at NB cor of SIC!: BevU. Shell Homes 34.40 to .t I'd No. J83 thence :} e 3 with RR of tract INSURANCEBONDS
and run a 474 ft thence In B-Wevterly dir along from center
bull
run W 210 ft for the ROW line ot at a die of 1112 ftpto
POB. thence run S 21O I'd' No IPI: to its Interaectiou Refining CopO a
ft. thence run W 420 ft, with the section Un. 302 It
thence run N 210 ft. line dlvlldlnlC see 29 above parcel o west- d

j. thence run E 420 ft to 6l 30. thence 8 along llo .of BW31of We represent STROUT
POB 7 3N 17 2 John Anderson William 3612 500 line'" 30 yde. MOL tern portion
NH of NEVi of NEUc3 to p013 29 4N 18 1 Roy O. Anderson :'.10 NW34 27 3N Ie Owen oil Company 133.
NEVi, 11 3N 17 S O. I. Hydl 37.BO Com 1C.5: n 'V of where. Corn _? JW Cot of8B 59 REALTYIn
r At. rei 1'70 20 crosses I ot NW14 ot Seo.
8%. of BEVi of NEVI of N on half eec f
t ofP 27, run .
NBVi8H 11 3N 17 1 Minnie Lee Sampson 804 nr'W% \: fo'i SE". C line 390.9 ft to pt on Real Estate since 1900

I of NWU! of NE of theatre Mln W 2'io ft. c ss VSS yo!
8'E 11 3N 17 S Mettle Orlftgs 804 then r"'" FI to N side' oLut RTN : New Location
of 8Wy4 of NE u4 of ::
of rA 111'1\ E: 8J'it: Ito *" JSFZAI&SiwT
NE 4 11 3N 11 S Mettle Orlgg 864 rOD bt'i"x. Iu E',1: 01 anal" Lake Stanley
N of 85'/4 of NWS: of 8W'4 E'4 -. o' end 100 .",.
Nat4 203M l' 5"V..te Whittle 11.113 E,,4BW fW'JW-r' of Althea .''' southwesterly there ,.
& James B
WH of NE'4! 20 3N 17 BO.I. B. C..eU 21.112. 20 IS 18 Tullte tram; theruxi .outhesBt- TW 6-4441
Beg at NB cor of WH Coint8; :?! ft tV nt whers. sa.ao: erly on .southern bdrylane
of BWU, of BE'i!: run rt t'd 1'7", 'o ,crosses. . E of ROW of Hwy DeFuniak ;
w 21O ft for POB. runt line or b. of 1'io of Vo. .... thence southwesterly Springs )'J'a.
W :21O ft. run S 210 ft. N\V" "r PW't< run N 114 ft for FOB. ....-
run B 21O ft. run N 200 Ct W 0214 ft run thence southeyaet56 s .
210 ft for POD 20 3N 17 1 B te f Inc. 4S.08 R tn N lI'dl' of Bt. ret ft U\ r. >

Beg. 495 ft B of NW N... 10:! e' a"h ft to POR rcu'- ft. thence
I nor of BW14: of NEVi 111- being a I" rt ot E'l. of westwardly 80
run B on 4O line 829 ft p.u rf ew'of\ NW'1 ;21 3N 19 Sam Bullock _
to NB cor thereof runS end t. of Etj{ 01 NW A telict 01 land out of .- -" f 38.00'"
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on 40 line 923 ft. +4 : 20 IS 18 Bevis. Coaatructloa 00. 33101: the 8134! of SB\4 of I
tf :V'r
W 829 ft. -
thence run Are nl BW'tcf t Ilea 1jcr.nMOL.
run N 953 ft to N line N\V'. run 'V ::130 ft. tDtr OJ3 .
of and POS LESS: 42O clan N 111'1! ft to hoe. run d_ as follows: Com at First National
ft N&Nby 10ftK: W 111'1 ft. 1'111'1 N 210 8B eor of Ilea. 33 3N
W m NW cor 31 3N' 17 8 Lens ts Burl Mouser a.54 ft' ; ill' ft 8 :! 20 15 \' J. 1. Ward 1. thence run N 1 deg.
i Beg at BB oor ofwhich I N% ; NWiy of \rr 34 28 20 Paul Cutts ::: 41 min .48 see W with
Kelly's property P'\S'M"N' t.\K'I' !! B-D 38 IS east 1159 of eel for a Insurance
is recorded I In Book 1 600 tot :. TutA W. M. Bishop .04 dte of 714.79 n to a Agency
oaae 233 thence run tot: ntk 11 tfnknowa : conm.ta JDOnument.
N ISO ft. this will be Lot 5. J'\c'O!\! JpbQ e. ADdnaa 6A4: thence TUB S 8'J d E SOm1n
the pt of beg thence. John R. Kiska: Charles W wtth r
run N 105 ft.. thencerun Let 21 krtEc E oeaa: Ocarina Woode M.2T north jtOW line of agr.dad ,
W 210 ft. thence Lot Nn Blbert R. Dew 9,048D rd for a die FOR
run 8 105 ft. thence of '7II.2T ft for an IrOn
run B: 210 n to POD bem. pipe for the I'OB. I
'In of NB'4 err aa.3d-UA thence run or 8'J dell SO
% 14IIof"i 31 3N 17 M Mid State W'4 of tot SC 6s lot 125 38 1 for a
of Homes. Inc. 8." : : Jam.. M Tasl.y 13.. dog 30 min W I BONDS AUTOMOBILE FIRE
Beg at 8W nor or NW"- Lot 255 38 Poster F. Burg... 1130 des of 130.00 n for .n
of SB% thence run B W% b Jot 210 38 38 la Virgil L. Ander.on 13.45: Iron thence N a: -
lfpem
12. ft for FOB thence 0 W for ....
' run B 7O yds thence o'orvff: ;; 8W<48EM B 2N 18 20 Ezra Brannon 21.30 die deg of 33UOO ft for an MARINE A CASUALTY !
run N TO ,.de. thence : NEV4 of Iron pip in center ?*
run W 70 yds thence 8EVi 13 2N IBNH 80 B. O. McCaU M.21 thence northStstNrith -
FOB 1 Mid State Homes, Inc. 87,73 8 1"; acrei of SE't of the. thread of INSUftANCr
s.J1001"w'l: : of W"n: 10 Jam. Dawaon 3.39: NW'.. lying W of Port- the Drench whose chord

:lot 1: Lot else 30 ft by ..nta New Home il: 18 2N 18 10 James and Marl ....... .4,39 txarlnc Is rf "M den 50 I
30 f t In NW nor of the Be SB cor of dog 25 sec and chord first National Bank
fol land tnla lot Is 20 of NNVVi. thence run N of 180.T4. ft for an
ft facing county rd and 420 ft to POU. then.further diets pip*, thence 8 7
30 ft deep this lot 30 ft N O'1 vds thence deg 28 mOn K for a Billy M, Becky A. .
run W yds. tnen- :8343 d IIUO ft'" FOB_ :33, 3N I., Jckh n*nm 25.2t .











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hcprlpL. oa llee. "l'.p ll&e.Ar"l Owner .a-un'
Description sec. Twp KieArre Owner AaogDJ' Beg 10:, 1 t N ur U"o 'rlJ". .
center < I 860. 1'wP ......... Owner
....
Com
at BW
cur or 2 W ui 1-. line
"I Ulk 1'01.
1624 111 11t 1" 44.25
t 1 B !ing..nps. V of Nit. run N 600 run N 105 It. W 140 n. Cum .It c ,I' oj ME',. : 3.4 George L. CaaweU

It fur POU. thence ruu for POB Ii 105 It W o' .t 11050.E "

N 3JO tt, run fa: too it. ; ft ttiU5: It. Ii: 10 \Y : . .. .lU a'da
*: : *- W.: : 7''
.Tto VZfw 111 18 2e
: : 3a 3N 1pePRLNUb Wllll Wlgg 30.20 Coot Itt M1: rue or lot er.atYI.w Investment Co 30.20 C.nn .. or Ms* 3 Paul Cutta x,00

TOWN D.FUNIAK 1639: 11511 W 50 n. run 01 ., y. .oo InuU .
3N 1B No W; .ii.', run 'V 10 n. 1111.1. ., w 40
Lots 323 A 324 Beryl L. Tappan 80.12HEATH'S run N 50 It MID W SO 11..... . nu run

8-U OP LOTS n. rUll N 50 It. run E N I >u lliiechence

387 3B8 & 389 l:' It run a:I 1:10: it. III.., ,. ,
10054
o. LoL' Robert Kirby
& *. Blkl FOB unknown 14.93 cut .O Une
M D N 1.0. 11 lot 1604 ,
loo .
1863Mr M. R, Martin 17.20 vv parr
151
Lot 411 Roy Cawthon. Lot
61 1 lose JII .
bU tt Wllt '
17.20 16t Est. J. J. Laa+n 6 04wv 75 ft
N 1-3 of Lot 608 *. Lena Owen ni in t 1097 d.Ll .. .
I with
Berne.t Donald d 27.20 i
NN 1-3 of Lot Mary Wade 21.91 .
tWJ lot 1720 tL. ,
37.3O 150001.t off R81r1I1. Ore-en 43.011 tliun*
Lot 701 Hubert Hick
8B \ lut 1774 and c" 1.... \.ell theo
Lot 702 Mid State Home 17.30 I rt or E'iI 01 lot 4 1 . ,
l v t'OU
0 O4 77OO 111 Ie III
Lot 703 Bennie D. finger 70'v 3i Boy L. Bishop e.as:
t Lot 704 Mid State Home 37.3OB. N Mid State Homes 54.81 by 1405t
50 tt ul lot
1778 and : <-> .. ... oW cur
K: 30 ft of LLot 737 C. McCall 1133Helen N M it "f Wa or lot I ;L'I. and
J" 1.,0.:4;
W. W. FLOURNOY SoD 1 1779 Est Dena VaDn 12.5:1: lu u.o I i, i>. 34.... uf BW
Let 10 N H Of Lot 17 S rt uf lot
ftrN 1788 and *
I..u
o. ?
/ ...21 u,35ds d
30k Brantley 8 100 It of W'rio or lot u} i.... w.. w and r..u

END 8437 sJ8p; Elisabeth HUI 23.12Lot W no Sue b4U" yds
Lot 1007, 1008. 1009 : Crestvlew Inestnxsnt Co. HI K 1798 '
..04 :N I' i. lid yd,. N I4u >'d* to
Elsie Brown
Lot 1049: 5. Blk D
While Jean Blackman 21.20 Puu
Com at SB oor Blk 1517 END AllV of Jully Bay road 23 18 10 14 Malakt McKlnnon .-S3

Any boat operating between run thence N Ol deg An undivided % let In tun deg 0 min B: :210.88 It. Blk 1R1IAnundivided rxc E 200 It Orange Hayes 2.93 u.Ll 1 L. ..t; 2.IS 30
.
i set And sunrise mutt thow DaVi,..;' thence S 87 deg JU mlu 3i: !rat In 911 .,1. 'y )N": cur Of 18 10ao 10 Unknown 5.S0

1 Itfoa light By color ud arranges' W 16718 ft to POU Blk 1811 nc E 200 n Wak.rleld Ha," 2.93 110\. ... '
thence cont. 8 87 deg 200 rt E & W by 100 8u\ ih.1 ,4NW 18 10 2.. Drew Pratt HaleS 7.a8
> 3: Of
meat these lights identify you to 38 man W. 83.39 rt. ft N /I R In 811: cur or .

I other boats and show the directionof thence S 03 deg 4O min llfl 1R11 Unknown : 39A DJ\o\\\,... ,u r L IU1 No 153'Hi 30 IS 10 William Fisher, Trustee 2,88
I W 160.21 ft thence N of B1k 1818 Frances Mosley 6 1515? .
d
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( your course. In most waters 02 deg 13 mla W 167.83 Cum 125 n S 01 NW toro Iv .,L ... ."lal' .u Kull1lr.

'minimum equipment Is aa follows: It to POB being lot 3 [ DUt nun iii 111 It E: 1,115, .."... aluug 0p,
of Blngham Palm Lake ;' 50ft.N73ft. W50ft:; t"to .
t'" . I w W
;OM bright white light visible two AdditionCom '" James V. Bingham -. 13.24 I POD H. O. JlamUton ....89 ( 'Ii"uc"i N side
to
miles in all SB: 8-0 of N 9110 ft of
: directions mounted u at cor of Blk N\\ L. '. l""II..e E to
Ugh 1517 run N 01 deg OS BIN 184ft :IN I' bI ..1.. i...1.) thruce
as possibly M the
stern; one nun B: 34 It for POU Lot 8. But 3 Mid State Homes 43.09 B lu ", t.uU
combination light visible thence Lot 8. Blk 3 WUU.m Rau 3.39 ? Hwy to
one mile oont N 01 deg pt "I ,.. tout J BO-
mounted near the bow. 06 min E 182 ft. thence Lot 19. Dlk 4 Charles Bowden 43.09I2L9.ii r.1I 1: 'L i. ,ClAd dcsc a*
showing 8 87 deg 38 min W 83.:99 laud 1 >I.,
UC in the
N
red to and II b... cur or Ink
port green to starboard. ft, thence S 2 deg 13 ........ I dLL W alun" Shot 1'''11 ii .ui) ucie tract
Each color must be visible from mln W 1C709; : ft, thence 180. ... a aUI' x013a. u..*."* iL. W.ill Aluplvs
87 deg 19 nun E 85 ft to W.ill. ., ..
dead I. ue ahead LLU 16.1 thence
to two a.
points abaft the POB. _
being lot 1 of un L..- i- ii. .N uf toW
'beam (the correct angle is built recorded Palm. Lake Addition ., LL.nLV W L00 Nor wiL1l 1'1 ylt S.la Winruu hne "v -i u. I. war N 10K

into the light). In mounting lights James V. Blngham 12.....-. ,.. ll. LLLLUU to par u ... .i" -. 4.u. a j
A of land lu NW LL'u .. . \V I wee I"
be sure that their parcel ",'ol N' I"'U llJot It.tucoCU .
visibility is not Hv I..... .
cur of Blk 1515: desoaa joo wuOg ti line .1515/0 sal
obstructed by other equipment advise tot: Beg at MW cur .sea H "w t"u1 Mid State Homes 32.20 L..... u.. .11.1 dual. Ms
the of Blk ISla: run theuoe "' .'oU lu1. ,.. j" .L. uu1' cut or .
Mercury outboard Az.L .. ..,,,
experts. 8 along W line ol said Con 1a. It N ur BW cur a MLAV p.r
Always have a powerful flashlight Blk lOu It. thence: ruu 'u: ul 13l18.1, fULL .toI 25 It.l'ULL vet u. "I..I. ..........." LnN

aboard. In some areas additional k.: par with N lln* of .1 1, I 0. LVV lt. fULL Ii: i5L u.. ... ?/ uu a tlisti.
said Blk 100 ft, thenc II... W lW at W Od Harold Goodwin 'J.8. 'J . i..i.'..vO lun IU *
lights may be required check run.N par with W liueot N \lUll a ul W\'Ia\ czo 4... CL. I..2 .... uit,

local regulations before buying. ', said Blk 1UO ft to N .. .ratline 'I tie eL W Oy 150 it, .. u uuuiuorlyu
of Aid Blk 100 ft N ': b Iu NE: Cut; W 103 lu' U. . > cuuuiy rUo

POB Inc. 3380 it ul .\11 01 alk 1871Sze d..L :;u.L: ''o it tu fOU 37 IS 10
co' B S. p :
:. at SW oar of Blk ,. N lu. NI IY 1.11 l<.v>. JJ1 1 D. P. HaleM. >>.3S

LIBRARY NOTES 1519 thence run N U . Ii:: _u Ur''. ltlB83 .& 1884 Jack R. Adair ..U Mud d w L..z..cy uruuio -
deg 7 mlu E along It. tOWj VI" U..1'. UNJAK aN la u. L..." L L..uL a. lees

line of S-D 2110 ft, then N3a u. Lot 111 1:1111.: a H. L. Hap 81.12A IUIIC ""u,' io W. 6. u.
During the past year many ce run s 89 deg 60 min puitcl u1 laud 111 83:: or Uw..;; L.art .daylu8. ud

excellent Informative books have< E 500 ft for POU, thence hie'':,. art a"o aoA lydlg Iil :: L Unuu/.af yt 18 10 Do P. NMs 80.87LAu,1.

run 8 89 deg 58 mmB .0;, ; ) ; W been 'i 'I ., ..,,
placed on the shelves 01 v..u AD-
5O ft, thence ruu N lila a..u. anal 111: 01 _
.
our local library by citizens or 0 deg 03 min E lt>o ft.thenc ;; Slk lWI and N u' 3. sec ",;:.'u:,'":, '. .u :34 18 10 '
eru N 8d bUG Unknown 4.81 O. Wright UJttOjO
a group of citizens wishing to 28 mID SOO see W SO IL. aovu; d SoD OF ULK L0L I. ... L H. L. Baa

honor the memory of a loved one thence run S 02 deg 1&1111 :IN 19Lo L00i.....?. .- J.. ?lk 11 U. A. Laird ..O4it

who has man W 15O it. to POii . ... Ii & 6. hilt 3 Unknown 3.3e 111. .
passed .L..zzoI S-U 2 38
away. being the bH of the 1.
tl'oU:
... ... .
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Following is a list of the book WH y of lot 6 Ulugbama: 8-1)art BL.OCK lil5 :IN 19N t.wu" .,. _.. ul Lilt
'" u. bhuleb
thus received, the author, the Palm Lake Addition Nu. q1 -!.. 45 I. uJ: but 5 Beatrice 8mlth 21.20 . .. ..._ to W

Mid State Home 63.2A EhD . .
Ju. .
donors and the names of the per- Com at 8W cor of Blk OAK "8' -U. nLOCK ''''', CUll Ui
ttAltK 3N 19Lot. A-J ' tiicuce1UU
sons so honored: 1515 run thence N aloug '
Odes 7 mlu E along 1I 6 d1. 1. nlk A Linle Conner 27.20Lu 0. 'U U. *ll( James

Harper's Bible Dictionary B line of Oak lints MII.'I.. IIlk a' Eat Ellen 2.165 63.111 IL : .'- :: ula. Frank R.J 8ummrlla 4suo.
. 1'156 Brewer 10.24
Madeleine Sand Miller Donor 8-D 260 ft, thence S UU Lot II dl; 41i u. ul Lot 12. A ,.
.
deg :58 mln E SOO ft, blk U Heeter WIlllam.a 17.80 I.' u u 1156 ftW.

The Ladies' Library. Association thence 8 89 deg 58 mill Lot 10. Dlk D Llllle Mae Reed 27.20Lut.a ::.. .. .: v LL, lung
.
In memory of Mrs. D. S. Gillis. E NOdes 50 ft for 2 PUB mill: E thence JtU.59ft l-.i-oi-o&--1I D: : 1. nlk P J. E. Laird 27.80 All.. _. ._ v.Lu01 6111 atiii U O. E.: Summerlla 7J4

Magnificent DesinY-Paul Wal- thence N 83 deg 28 W 82.8 It uf E 410.40 ftof . ... 144111 1101Lv
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lace-Donor, Mr. R. B. Under mID 51 sec W 0 It. UlIL 111.111 .Joe E. & Beryl L. Tappan lI.n ... .. .. w .LO/ lures
v'' Lv l'U1.
min 19394940iylug
wood-!In Wen:5.2On ellto2 That Inst. ul DIlL luuUi ...,
memory of Mr. Adrien POU IL ul plulougattonof h. U hue
... .
.
Rivard. all 1. .1 ". I..toI
being EH of Lot O 01Palm t.ocou" tit and
10 par/ ., -.. .. l"U or
Lake Add
B P, Anderson lU4 nlk lIju-aIl4 low a .......
Encyclopoedia .
Britannica True- OAK HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION acre tlll"t. ul laud IJ'- '. .J IY.. ruu
131k L Y/. .., .. .. ALUM vI
To-Life 3N 111 of
Books 'S .
(12)-Donors, The Com at NE cor of lot A 1910.1946\ : ed.l1n1eUb..11111 acres to. .. ? :_ I. .0.4" ul

\. Directors of the First National running S 100 It for 111010 jolly dew 8010. -Li ... .LILu..Y tI
. ..
. Bank of DeFuniak Springs-In POS. thence run S 100 ... a. .ulh. .lbS;_.a1. inter- .v.::: .. ., .: :, 1'Uu:UI IUrl11
' It thence W 3OO "' t -- '-
( memory of Mrs. Effie Elliot. ft,. thence run run N 100 ft, r't line fcvtiuiw of bccund St LV with- .INI oi"; ... 4. Luther Brown. Jr. 13,21

1 Set of Bible Commentaries run E 150: ft thence run S line o( Ulk: 19J9.: run Lot .. Ashley 3Tank Hutchewa 3.38
.
N 100 ft, thence run E N easterly. aluug au L HK-
thence
William Barclay Donors, Em- 75 ft. thence run 8 100 i. bdry line ol Sop- Low. : : .. .... 1HII. 11 Ashley 2.
ployees of Henry Koerber Inc.- ft. thence run P: 79 ft cud st a dist of 5OO fit. . .. lzuth.e Brown. 011''. 0.04:
LAY ......,.0115 fur ADDI.L .
In paral-
In to POB Oak Hgta thence c_ war IY
memory of Mrs. Lillian Hill. SoD Mid State Homes 98.71' lul with 1:1: idle ut BIll 1 W:. 4 :IS III
.
Life story of Abe the Newsboy; END > w315 -"'1941; 8719 reel01.15cu ft:' I ; > .a... -'..... 1 MUUe M_... -' -.- 5A4

-Abraham Hollander-sky; Don- Com at E cor of i lot H 1 ''' .des 4 k .1 1,1 with, K LiLLSqa Blk' F.r'r! .' ti-L ... t. d. M/4lLeuer'a -

ors, Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Staz Oak Huts S-U: run N If'-'l''If . 7.'. 1942 thence westerlyalouif <. nDIJaa1U.9 'lU SANTA
In loo ft lor POU ruu N tt. line of Bile ..u.... .....64..u... 1elS: I.
memory of their son, Mr. Rich- 1OO ft, run E 'llIt.. ruu .I 19:111-194:1.: to POB. 1_ LW "" "... ,
:
ard A. Statz. S 120 ft, run W IBS: IL. acies' along second "' L .. "'
:t. : : }
runa:I 2U ft, run S-Wea- W u. :.., 4 ': w uo Patrick MUUaruJr UoU
Ireland In Color-..W. R. Rod- *> W. A. Jernlgan 4090
48
terly 85: ft, thence N _. IL. CAMPBELL'S S-D hIJ.
gers-Donors, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. it. run W 1OO It, thence tots 49-80 ". U Carl B. Cuta110 UOU

Reardon In memory of our SOO run it S. thence 79 tt, thence N 10O ft W. Cu0.1.. ..betug t SW part cor of of Lot UlkloS7. Roland O. Hlggln loe.119 Luis :: :: u 4 : :: : : :W'r Eelogg

president, John Fitzgerald Ken thence W lau ft, to POU.: : : tuu N 110 ft for \.......<.. ..L. ..A a.UJfljjjJA ; p. bllrg es ft.0. ::

nedy. Less road ROW being lt>ii. luu N 60 It. run : ...1' L1 ....u 282$59:
lots 1 thru 9 and 11 W 1..0 It, ruu S 1>0 It. W',. of .,,;. .1, llJk 0 .
..... :
These and other books equally; thru 13 loot of aociwlaa run ii. 1JO it to FOB Roderick H. McKlnnon 9020PALMLU Lue l. 1.u I.<0'J. E. A. Dayle J.Bl
M
,... Urunna
instructive and Heights B-D unrecorded Mid State Home 251.81 l.NU! ; ; .u 1..1.
desirable to read Com at St. cor ot lot H \ 1UCIOHTSIJOLS LLLtai.... ,,..141'rUlllafl.

are available to you by getting Oak Hgts S-D run due 1 Ji Ulk UiOWN Ira W. McLeod 330 ... ... .....J.I.u.
;your Library card for E 040 It for ROB, ruu N : OLBNDALE ..L..Uui l 1195 1ST
a mere 79 ft. thence run 10. 100 ORIGINAL PLAT) 11 4N IV J.uu, 28 :IS Ie
$1.50 per year.Changes ft, thence 8:I 48 it. thence Beg at Nil: cor of Lot 10. Lot '", u.:, U T. z. Se BWJe H. VAuabaIa 3.N
S-Westerly dlr 100 ruu N 710 It to POB. Wt ',4. ui '101. Idle II JCOt D. &Lng
. tt to POB being lot 14 ruu W 4OO. tt ,N 127H LLD ....

PlannedIn of Godwin Hgta tieD Unrecorded It. E 200 it. S 127H ft 14I.., JLIA tJ-lJ 2e :25 Ie a.-.
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Lui ,
B.le PUB filbert D. Laird 11801ND u. .z" 1 -
Local ServiceThe EM of Blk 1531 and all Homer Godwin Lo': 45 Tom O. French 1.81 .....u Dan Nt15hN J&.a.

lying N of L A N Hit LoL ...u 30 a 1e 10
A US Hwy 90 of fc.% of 2101LE&Wb 420 ftN U u "..ODd oj NE'N 01 Unknown 3,38

BIll 1334: lea a strip ISO Jt a: In cot 01Ny NL ..N 34 2a Ie 1
limited adjustments In some ft wide off E aide of 24 aN U 2 Frank Pryor 3.28SteWSiat'th8W' Cunt; u. //It.; ; eoI' known a. 11 T. J. Love e.98

postal services ordered in Washington said property Olynn Richard ..3.12r : cor" of E. AI&.v> "tLle: ...... and
E 163 It of But 1533 S L. tlicyjjura property, II,. .. 160'' ya8. W JOOt. '
March 10, by Postmaster RR Eet. D. Mallaow.kl 5.64 thence run N 2OO:. It. ,. .1 lull yd.. Ja 100 .
t. .
John A. Grounouski to save NH of Blk 1530 R. L. Burton 53.67: thence ruu E 6J1: ft to 1 u... 3S 211 Ie ,. t.." -

$12.7 million will begin to take Beg 75 ft E of NW cor PUB, thence run N 210 1Ur1'i ,.' OHAYTON LI1Uaa H. W1a1te 8M
of Blk 1541 thence lun ft, theuca run S:: 210 It. 13aI1L3I 8 28 Ie ;
effect in DeFuniak Springs, and 8 180 ft, thence run E thence run W 210 tt to Lot :G:. UIK :2 &i 13334 or .
other cities May 4 Postmaster 100 ft". thence run N 180 Pont n Bfc-14 of BE'i 14 18 III 1 Jam* M. Hines U4 Lot U Nud a p..c..1 01
; ft, thence run W 100 ft David D and Doris L. Com 14 cbs 4O Iks W Laud .
Underwood said today. to POB L. Johnson ,".00 ILluioULrtely/ W
of !liE%. of SWU, run 81,0 allvuuug lot a.
Service changes planned locally Beg SO ft N of SW! cor .. W JB4 chs to POB u.., ....... parcel be.iii -
of lot 1784. N :SOft. 210 It
run 8
tneiic run .Y
: pw1 all wt4 of I
include: the following, Mrs. Un- run E 145: ft, runS thence run K: 210 ft. C 1:).'.:. all buo U to '

derwood said: SO ft, W 149 ft to<>> .thence run N 210 ft, hN..u. ....." lot here ;
POB being a lot SO It thence run W 310 It to .
",. .11 all. ;,,xl
Ii
1. Parcel Post Deliveries: There N&Bby 145itN5: A POll 14 18 Ie Jo Campbell a 13 W ... L L ..r w'n4 or lot A. B. Patrick_ X.III

will be no delivery of parcel post W In lot 1784 and WH Forest: H. Johnson and U9 Bwyvof < of SWV4 of NE14 .1... .".. W. IS ft or I
of lot 1785 Carrie Johnson 7.59 NE>4 IS :: 1: 131 Phillip W. 01015A4 r01: I.. 2 1
in the city, either residence or EH: of lot 1785 exo N 50 TOWN Oi" FREEPORT 19 Lora JI d. ;: Dlk II 1 Jwk Loin.. BcId .. 7.34
business on Thursdays except ft and lot 1788 eke N B-U of Lot 1-3-3. Ulk 3 a, O. McCall 579

uS. Lot Drew Pratt Hale 2.08 IlL 1..1.: '
First Class parcels, Air Parcel BiJ'ON PLATT UN. Unknown XEND: . .v m.COND uaAV"l'uN AD.hil.za -

Post, Perishable articles: and RECORDED 3N Ie Lot 10, Blk 4 Town of U..u, 41.4!.b A i"AU'r

special delivery" parcels. Rural EH: of lot 9005 J. W Hoffer 43.09 reeport Eat. J. 'J McCasklltOeorg 3.00 L.L l -( 17 35 Ie I
West I la. Enterprise of Lot 6 that lies S of branch Luul L.\ .: a: Ilt11'lCh Laura .. Patrlea
will continue to deliverall : I 4.ft
Carriers Lot 5017 PensacolaEst. 4309 In Blk 19 Town of Free- LoiY J 111& 131k 1.1 JUobanl J. Adams
parcels 6 days a week. port together with a LAu: UA
END: strip off end of lot 3 ft UUI.C. ol.UILE MANOlLub
2. v Saturday; Window Service: S-D of B 160 ft; of 4 running along a line -L 23 38 Iet

consolidated stamp and BIll 1554: 3N Ie a continuation of 8 line DUt
Only one 2.: 23 4

parcel: Post window will be openon Lot ENDWARREN'S A Jennie Joe 3.34 that of lot lot 6 and and lot between 19 to ". LU t. ;.1t... :. ik2l' = :: == ff:
LuLlL III! L. 113111 la
Saturdays primarily; for the SUB-DIVISION 3N Ie pt of ending. at E line ELu 1SLJIUtu4LI AUoe a. C0b.f1. 2.33

sale of stamps, delivery of General Lot END 18' A 19 Jack Palmor. 37.2O of lot 3 Lee Caswell ".07 ; BEACH 18T

Delivery mall and acceptance of S-D OP THAT PART OP 75 ft N dc S: by 135 ft Lou 1)a--l1.: : ": IS ::18 Ie t V.40 ..., .

BLK 1558 A 1559 N E & W lu MW oor of lot ioN 1) H.toomb 1.0.
Also there will be sale
parcels. no
orL.NRR 6, Ulk 10, ireeport. Fla. BNAIwVL 31tD ADD
of money orders in the post office Lots 17-18-19-20 :X. E. Laird lU8 Leas and sac a par of 'UUN 1. 28 U
deeded laud d.w ae molt all
or on Rural Routes on Sat- Boutnera Dundee
*
urdays.; The window will close at LotE38ft; Corunelius Bake" 3.3Y: of that" and part within lying SO easterly ft of Lot L5-.IINE UUt 11 DNloa.re, lea ..ft

surrey line of st rd No.
12:00: noon as usual. LONOS 8J auld to J. W. Oalaq 8.ralaa
W. H. S-D of survey line being -
!'t of UlVi 13 2"ao:
The postmaster emphasized that that Part of Blk: 1553: A close a* toll at '. lollop, 118
:fa. ''It4.ii \UOE VIEW 7 3M ao:
no essential major services are 1559: 8 of L A N RR 3N 10 pt on W line .s'- Lot 1 to .b lucl. Bin 1
Lot :3 Berneat Donald S3 07 13: 7J4: .17 ft to SW oor K mmNuso*; .* .Je-.
affected under these orders. There thereof thence N ... 3070a
Lot 0 John Theater 5307I. run ,
Lot 1 w 48 Incl Ulk 2
will be no change in home delivery Lot 38 E. rda 339: 25 deg 53 miD E 11359 Hldney Haako* A Jerome
ENDLINCOLN ft to Pt of curve concave KlmmelHldney *70
or special delivery for PARK 8-D 3If Ie' to North westerly Lot It.. 4'1 lucl. Blk: 3 Rasko .to .-.

example, and regular business de- Lot 14. Blk O Eunice McCall 2.87 having a radius of 819.O3ft Lot It"> 43 1. Incl DIll 4 Klnunel 3070 I
Let- Lots 13 A 10. BIll O Alfred McCall 4 !99 thence run N J7O71 NNIIdo..yMHaskae .> *-.
iveries will continue as usua. Lot e. Blk E Mid State Homes 37:2O ft along the era of said Lot 1 to 4J Incl, Bile a ..,*
ters and other first class mail Lot 1-3 A 3. BIll: O Ada Ardla Latham S0O curve through a totalcenter "ldn.) Rukoe .. Jerom

will be handled with the same Lot 7 A 8. Blk O C. C. Campbell ass etude 25 deg S/ Lot 1 t./ ? Incl. Bile 8 KlnunelHldney 31.75Lot.
mln to end of curve, Hasko A Jrom

priority; as ever. 8-D of elk 1501 3N 10 thence N 9 deg 4 man I tu ;0 Incl Blk 7 KlmmelHldney ..-
N 2 acre of Wof Bit: W 1251.67 ft to pt of Hasko Jerom

1901 axe a tract 50 ft a curve concaveto ,' Klmmel 749
'tbf Loh 1 to: lucl. DIll: 8
MAY 9 RAINBOW GIRLS N&Bby 120itNSe easterly having a C Hldney Baako A Jrom

SPONSOR CHICKEN DINNER W In NW cor A see 0O radius of B55: .J00 ft, t.ob l 1 > !. Ii.ct Blk: 0 KlmtnelHldney IT..
ft NSe8by 1215ftN( thence, run NB 41\!.83 ft Haako Jsram.Loin .

A W In :Marco Manning along the) arc of said I i ,; fan I Elk 10 KlmmelMldney 37 JO
The Friendship Assembly; Alterof name Mr. Cary Jame 1073 curve through a total Kasko & J4roms

center angle of 28 deg Lots 1 to 53 feel Blk 11 Klnunell 35,98
Rainbow for Girls will spon- B-D ofDBlt 1503 3N 10 15 mln to<>> end of curve. Sidney Hasko & Jdlams

sor a chicken dinner in the lake- O Willie Wlgga 0-04 thence N 28! deg 11 Lot.J,i I !/1 Inc.!. Blk 13 KlnunelHldney ....
Lot E Willie WttcK 11.33 nun E 543.48 ft to a Hull *w -.
yard on Saturday. May 9. Lot 1 Wllll Wlgg 31.93E pt on center line of at r.o'DSOtJ' Klnun*! .70

Serving will begin at 11 ajn. Lot 3-20-21 A 22 L. A Lottie Sash 8 00 rd NO. 20 containing 11 (',I'AVdE VIEW 7 3N 20
J. W. Smith 11.33 .03 arres MOL
until' 2 p.m. Lot END 13-13-14-15 ENDWALTON Orew Pratt Bate H.le Lot 1 s. 3 Blk 1 Aldny Kimmet_____ & .-.

MORRIS HEIGHTS: S-D IfCTCIHTS S-D 10 18 Ie I.U
NOTICE DeFUNI MC 3N 10 Lots 1-2-3-4-5: & wea' 34 Lot It n !iicl, Dlk 2 Kimmel HldDe" 5._s34 .. .1_

Lot 13 A 14. BIll 3 Fred Swop 2'7.20 I of Iota A 1. Jilt 0 .... W H. MeOormlck 3310 Sidney Kaako A J, U..
END: Lot 1, Elk E Cecil E.: Manor 8,04 Lot It 43 Irol., WIt: 3 Kbnmel _
Worker I0O ft N of SW! cor !1a
The Ladies Willing Com Hartley Mary E&skae
JH
Church of BUt 1016. run E 538 Lot 2: Blk E L. Davis ..04 Lots It ,) : I IT cI:. Blk 4 Airy_ Jrom
Band of the Beech Grove ft run N to N line of END; Ja.a

of God has postponed their fish elk thence run W to Com 13.41 rha N and 11 38 Lot 1 t 11 Ir "I.. Blk 9 Eimee4rt00= r .1.-
W of BE: cor of NZ'4 35.98
of said Blk.
and}'chicken dinner until Saturflay. r.nr> S to the WaltoD 00uDt7 ruaa runU'a.: N lOS yd. Lot 1 to 4l\> Incl. Blk 0 CIdney. ..Hatay r .1_
Bureau ....4 N35yd.S103ydew b.55
May 9. FOB /Htosp 888ra00 N ".1810..

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LEGAL NOTICES Jj..ptton Sec. Twp R..e.Aerea Owner .Amount Desrrlplloa ,Si... igl. i:1n-: '- OWIMT Amount -Description Sec. Twtf Rf.JJicre.* 0...... C

Lou 1 to 48 Incl. BUt" 46.45.48 G RltLald True a
Kimmel 1E.7dLots as ltfmmR
Lots
52.53 J 20yy p/pan Lots 1 to 33 tool Blk; 6 "fta;

IN/ THE CIRCUIT COURT IN HliSL I to 48 lac!., BUt a X 1 m IHaekoe Jerome 20.10 Loll S4-S3 it 80 30 Joe !, Morgan .. &borDe1I3.CI7 Lot 1 to CS lucl. Wit 7 T. bidney HgsYee A JMtpbeN
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FOR NACRANCtRYNNO.FLORIDA. LoU I to 48 iac1.. Blk e kidney IBukoe i Jerome 20.15 wt END Se 10 it W.; "MV PI"'Or Bacon ::1.39 / ............jMaLota '
WELLR, Lot 1 to 00 Incl. Blk 8 xunmet

BETTT Itorm.rly aVE Mrs, FrattklIf PlrlushIng) Lou .1 to 48 IDC1. BUt 10 11cr..lHukoe::::: & Jerome 2670 B Lot D I Os' SECTION g] III M :3.311 1 to 00 lucl. BUt'g' O1T o'. M

Js Jerome j 5n 1* Martin W. Wenger M.isM
-V8.- 48 Wcl. Blk 11 Kidnnee 1Haakoe 2G'16 I 8-D Sidney ltskue'Q! >! a
LotsND Of Lots 1 to 60 Blk 10
SECTION lucl. .
FRANKLIN J. RU8HINO. ,:28 Sa *. *mx
Defendant< Com .t NE eor of Sea 20, Com 204 ft a of NW oor Sidney! *fatkx* *. '
of Loc Lot 1 to 66 Inc! Blk 11
NOTICE OF SALE run W 900 It for POB.tbence 17, run to ',61,31

Notk'e Is hereby given pursuant to run H to N side 8 ditch to 8(Stat b ditch): run < Lots 1 to 33 lucl. Blk 123MU Sidney Bata** .,* ......
the dated of.
rinal Deere. of partition of Hwy. thence run W lot ad Klmelel ;.u.a
March 1064 and entered ( thence N toN thence run W too
24tb 1J n. run
In CnKcery Ca.. 8221.: of. the side see within 264 ft W of Lot Com MI bE cot of I;)EViot
thee 0oft. POwence line of I" fejiiU: run W iKil'at
Lot .
Circuit Court of First JudlclalCircuit run E to 20 :IN 20 Oearse Bryan a.glt thence '
run N to William 12.89 for t-ox rita M lprt..
Walton POB 31f Bead Lee
in and for f.ntratbe E'i af W's of' W'4 ofNWl41 .
Florida wherein Betty Sue I of WofNW' Lot 20 less 169 ft Na! roil w &>oft it, rips s

Plaintiff and Franklin J. Rush- Eye 22 3N 20 40 A. C, TAylor 12.53W',4 by 677 ft RAW' In SW' 310'. it, run E 27k H. ;
cur ..1I1t run N iu. it, run K;
I will Ben to Harry H. Thompson
Ing Is the Defendant. of W55 of NW4 23 3N",0" 20 Unknown;; 8.04
Lot 27 :3.39 Ibo
ifciKJn ft run it mi
best bidder for cash P. Bridges; it. run
and
the at the highest; front eteps of the Walton; I N'i ot NESS; NE4! of Lot 33 JJ juliaa H. Mitchell 37.20: H WJ it to xm 4 5N 21 Bonnie Mae ..... 34.73

County Court House In DeFunlak 'IW'.o; bW4a a O.E'4\ CI IN 20 180 E. E. McOraW' 14.27 Lot* S4-C3-SO 30 j. xT Brannon 03.67 Dug 4u4'ta it w or si: cor

springs Florida during the hour of Beg at BU: ; cor> 01 M'of 8ND ox M *UJ It. W WJ ft. .

11:00: and 1:00: P.M. on May 18. 1984 W'/.. ruu W .21U it to I NV4.. of Lot 10 g8 ._ =- maknovra 2.08 dh04ltEWtttoPUD( B & p" lea .
the following described property asset beg tlicuce run N 21O Com at NE cor of Lot to bat'a o! bfCi I : 4 SN 21 1SA7

forth In the said Final Decree It, W :210 ft. O: 210 It. 13: for a POB. thence -Beg at u pt oil'suo -line '
"" E 21l It to POiiof 7 IN 20 1 Christine Perolval' II 1gNJI. ruu Won N ,dry lln.' i"o 111v of Bni..; our toffcco 5

;Too feet by 100 feet lying In slowing ..,.. N.II: a 11 IN 2U 40( Edna Baston 11:33: of lid lot 132 Si. thence 4. tueuce ruu N S3it. :
on the South end at apt where run 8 lOll ft. th__ thence ruu W Sa ft. '
Thehecom- Buu-iliiK
described land. rloraia: Hwy No. .4 luicr- IIULQ E!: 132 ft. th.no* tneiic., ruu B ft> ft,.

plete descriptions as fallows-of sects K: bdry line of hull M ou K bdry line Joseph P. Clest Uieuvu ruu E S3 it, to
plat 100 ft. B: ft W by 035 ft. Nit Na51 of buu S. to Coo bee. -M. lee ft to BOII.: M3ft 99 M ttlmm ToIIg 1-Ud Iii to.t 4 01: bls': 4 5N 21 .W1d ./! tg e"4lol1Y"" ':ttJ t

B" on the North end of Lot 24 it Nfi; iruiu W nuo ot S-U 01SECTION: JJ 39ttD N w n: u1 hair a ON U 10 .1'iiooilllF' .... *!- ......
'. Lot 33
of Kam-Akers a subdivision ofEU Hwy to a I'Oil. thence '.10 Frank E. Goodman 6.01LND A pur ot laud 210 ft <"* .

*' of Section 1. 8WV4 of Section :21U It N, tlituco .*1U It Lot 38 .r .r. 10 S. Lewis 6,01EEACii lu MW cur tit NE'ta) l

22. NESS\ of Section 28 and W theOculi0; it s, 01 MW'i g IN 21 1 Loa- -BS.--'. j .....
NW>4 of Section 27 lylnff Northof theuce :210 ft K to POB23 SN 20 1 Mid State Homes 47.81J : VIEW!: HmOHTS Ek) o. tow'U Of NW17'SR'p ;
Road No. 1 (U. S, Highway of HW '
State Nfe ot 8KV: ': exc: Brg a n 'as it % Nye vi NW .
No. 90, 7y 3' N. Range IS West MB!: cor ol NbJU:! ol BM!: Lot 4 Silk Surety Mortgage Iinv.st- S5 tlI Sb4k 10 SN 21 :Jasurte "s. '0__" '!!It!.
of the Tallahassee Meridian as tbence run W aloud 1 meat Co. H.27culatly N}. 01W IS SN 21 8O ..Maurto -WaVWjMM* .
platted by Oarland Edwards, said 14, halt sec 740 yds to Lut 01, i>uc 7. more parti ys of NW ((4 is SN 31 80 Nioolay ing !1 27

plat being of record In the office E side of FloralaDuKuniaK . . .. deco a* follows N 7a CZ N'y: sw',4! ofo
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ? Cow at Si; cox of sec!' : 340 1bW'Sa
rd. theuco southeasterly M: thence NWti Mwt< OEV4 17 SN. :H, NVoaUr .IiMtSja-* .
Walton County Florida run w
of parallel with 669 of : :: : t
Dated April 7. 1B64. 150 yds. thence Heoo It, thence run N 682 ffc ; BW'N' EbEI4 .

Paul A. Teelln Hwy)'a.. thence Jn 14O\ 1'urailel with K bdry less n acres !n IiW: cur 20 SN 21 118 -.-Maura Bi'9lilefMD10"... .....1t1'
Wm. S. (Billy) Fountain une of See 32 -
,
to NESt tit
Baker Caswell yds' to 1 beg acre; IH In SB of con BEileus 31 SN' 20) 138 Flora Alexa Fowler 43.26 I POD,{ thence run N "O. Corn at KM blloy"cor of see 27 2:1: 5N S1' 40 .Flora Al._ .......rSt; _- \

CommUtiloners / it, thence '
of tlW',.. run w loo std theuce proceed N
Beg at NE cor ,
PALMER it, thence -.4
ADAMS Sf run 8' 14O along MO line }
32-4N-20. 1484 ft
:By David W. Palmer of thence IIW:: %run. sec W 7O )'d.. ft. u(ice run K: 100 xtLot .:.. Surety Mort..p Inve.t to a sid of rd and
PlaintiffP. w 1'l D ,
for .
Attorneys thence run B:: 70 yds. .1. 'alrnent 00. 80.27 theuce proceed S 73: ..
O. Box 1t5 4. luk 9. more ? .
thence run E O yd* part deg 30 ruin 11: along rd j
Crestvlew Florida culurly dead a* follows: 1 19U.S It to a
Bt: Apl 18 May 18 thence: POD run N 70 yardsto 32 JN; :20. l Mid State Homes '30.80 Com at KE Cor of Seo. thence proceed S POB deg ,

:32. BO VV !969 ft alone 30 nun ,
is
274 ft
of (19.2 acres to apt
INTENTION TO MAKE That put
OF B '
NOTICE :: bar) line of .
of MWU! of sd Bee. thence proceed B 87
BVi.
APPLICATION FOR FINAL, MOL : thence .
N 788 ..
Creek go ft on beg 43: loin W 201.3:
DISCHARGE BUU:! E 01 Caney llue It : .
FLORIDA STATUTESIn rd but W of road; that parallel' with E bdry f e to a. pt, thence proceed ,< .,
111
Hue
Court of the County Judge, part ot NESS ol NWUji tunics ct run sea N 140 to ft POB, ,* N 17 deg ait mlu W a- .J r.+.....tij. _ .; .
of fancy Creek 15 : on long clay rd to a pt.; ,
Walton Count. .
line ,
State of Florida acres MOL 35 SN 20 '24.2. Raymond E. William 12.2g parallel with K M -:: ou t* < rd, thence 1 1 n '

JOSEPH FEDABIUK That part ol N'i of SW theuce bury lane of ad aaot .* ; :.: ," : proceed J"Not/ dug 30 '. "" '...( :.1'( :' ; ; .
run W -
100 '
Deceased.In 14 ol NE'; W of road line ft on 'S1' :. 1 nun E along rd 2uO( It .>.- .".'' : I

Probate.In and that prt of NW3of .., parallel with S bdry .. to POB lying In jsv!: : ;,J.I
1.84 lliiw of ?
re the Estate' of SEa! E of road 33 &N!' 20 20.8 Carl Morrlsey ad sec. thence of fractional. of till
.;
ruu 140
To All Whom It May Conc..nuNoUce A part b of run of small : with ft on linepaalicl U of sea 27 6N' 21 S
la hereby given that Anna branch In BE cor of B bdry cant 1.90 acre :MOL,
::18 8N 20 12 Unknown 28.4 hue, thence run B 100 and ... .
Fedaaluk y Orushko filed her final Lot 4 ft coin at BS of sea . i . ::9.
on line parallel t
of wlttt 27-6N-31 "
report an executrix of the estate of Ben at NE cor of B'/i B and thence I
deceased that she S of Lakewood bdry line of sd sec proceed N along -
Joseph Fedaaluk. ; ; N s ot NEU! sec .
/ .
to POO '
MUton O. i 3.
filed her petition for final discharge, rd and run In Evelyn: llue 1646 ft ouV aide I : I
END .
.and that she will apply, to the Honorable southwesterly dlr yoO It Thomas 65.07 ol rd marked by an i

Joe Dan Trotman. County Judge to a pt thence B: SO S-D 01" SECTION 33 28",. Iron : thence proceed , . .
: '
Florida the 8th !: Com at SW cor of Lot 5 pfei3 30 .; : ;.
ot:Walton County, on It tor beg W .ltp and dec ruin _
day of May. 1964. for approval of 100 ft. B 100 fie run E 775 ft for'1'UB W 455 Xt oluug rd to .
and for final discharge a* executrix ft to POD 34 Mid State Homes 112.57 thence run N ISO FOB: thence 4 iftJI t
same N 1OO ; g g 4 ft, thence proceed S ;' i .' '_' :. '. '..1 t s
of the estate of Joseph Fedasluk.deceased Ni\\ of SWU SIN 40 Huey Si Irene Alberson 11.33 run E 75 ft, 73 Oeg--.it. .> Sun W along .

on this' 10th day of April Lot tl. Blk; H, done as fol tbeiice run s 150 ft, rd SO ft to '_ ", .
of tin.-:':ico run W 79 ft to 'It.den3 :
1904. NE cor aagd A alrgaret proceed) N ,0' ,
Anna Fedaaluk: y Orushko. NWt4truntN 1194 ft JOB lu Lot 5 .uret 8.9g min W 223 It to the "

executrix of the estate of B: clung half ceo Hue Com waters edge of Lake '
at BW
Jowh Fedasluk deceased. I thence run 23 deg Huu S cor of Lot Jackson thence E along ,
run K 700
CLYDE B. WELLS d.-8 W to POB run .' ft for the chore>> of said lake
.Attorney for Petitioner 120:. ft N. 89 dug W to . r rPt t-o*>, thence run B 78 to a pt thereon situated 1 I.f .
lt. tneuc ?
J>. O. Box 87 run 123 ft B Ol digw run N 190: N 13 ticg 30 min W to
DeFunlak Springs Florida4t B 89 deg It, tliouco run W 75 ft.
to pt. run :: POB. thence lying in .
tui-jico run B 150 It to ,
Ap 10-May 14 E to pt, run 123 it N'a 20 10U iu Lot S EV4 of fractl "6K14' : (.23 '
11 IB U Thomas Bell 12.04 "
01 deg B to POD E ;3 acics of Lot 9 James Robert CaIne 8.99 acre MOL) 27 ON 21 1 .
54 Joe Brack d.bE .Lii'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Ben ot NE cor of NWli iJ.': of :3 Earl Pain P.fill .
WALTON (:COUNTY FLORIDAIN thence run 770 ft B along acres Lot 9 a Rusell P. Wand .Fuller G.oI( Beg 540 ft N of SW cor .
.
CHANCERY NO. SJ7Z half sec 3J"a; toN a :' 11n'! .,'l WillLuts 33-34: a Unknown 2.08 of SWU of SW'i

BILLIARD PERRY MELVIN, pt thence f t 89 S-L U1" .. theuce run IS 70 yd. _
Plaintiff dCIIy to the POD, u KECTIOIfWV4 24' 18. 2O theucu N .0 yas. thence
V8.- thence run 12O: It; N w ,.t of of LOU :31 run VT 70 -yds thence
0. 32<
PEARL H. WARD MELVIN 89 deg W to a pt, thence '/ John R. Cox :3f3;: run B: 70 yds to POB
Defendant OVLNDVIEW belntc a putt. of BWU.of .
run
NOTICE TO APPEAR W ol12deg Z14to!: 1D0b .. HEIGHTS SWU 31 ON 31 I Eugene ". t'1hdrtIIr.... _
NOTICE! TO: Pearl H. Ward Melvin ALSO Com at NE cor of Lot I.V :* 38iOr Beg on B line of W. C. Simmons .0,21 -

You are hereby notified that a sworn NW/4. thence run N HJ 1. Blk A Elbert R. Davis 8.63 Bummerlln: land at a
L'ota
complaint of divorce has been filed 1ell W 656 n. thence \ ;2-J. Blk ALota Klbert R. Davis 4.99 pt 10 tt, from normal _
against In the above entitled W 2350 4Ink:; A .
you run 1:1:: I deg 5ft Lots. 6-7-8 Elbert R. Davis 4.09 water flue ruu Southerly :
Court In the above causa and you are for POD thence run'l668itathcuce Ulk A JElbertKlbert R. Davis normal .
hereby notified and required to serve a dlat '" Lot 1. jtllk. BLot R. Davis 7.10 2.67 water IflntOftS: line of I "'i'
upon n of record for the a 1 3. lilk B .
tl1r.he run Lute. Elbert R. Davis 2.87 NE'.i of NKUi: thence '
whose name and address deg W 2u:. appear "below a of B 'M u-l0, Blk B
copy your
:: deg Loa Elbert: R. Davis 4.99 It to NE lino of SE'A
answer or written defense If any to Stnthence N 1 (\e* 11-12. Blk B
run KlbrtBlbvrt of NEU.
: R Davis thence N
tbe complaint In said and file 11 16 51i Richard X. Prs* ::12.73 loa 1-3. hilt O 4.99 a-
cause, O..
the E 290 ft to POU '. r .. \ Pty... .. Jute 3-4, Blk O seep R. Davis 409 long see Hue to SW cot I
,
original answer or written defense All N' of Hwy a. now ex- .)* HM lpbers R. Davis ,of \\. c. Sunixnollu landthence ,
I 409
lefts a-6 HI .1. .
with the Clerk of the above named of the foil deco . ,+ !. f [ O -r,- KlbrKlbert R.-Davl .. PO2 aft a "w "' r 'f
Court uts .. ,., "' .. ; w Lots 7-8, Blk C ,, 4.J9 W to 33 21 ;" : !"
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on or before IS 1 11HU. : ;
May HE: cosw
This notice shall be published once land l Com at n Lots 0-1O, Ulk. c R. Davis 4.99 Dom a& NW cor I.NWW-,- .- ..-...-._ .-..Jobn..... Wb$4$3latea's r3e .. t
of f'h.tlfNNr1' Lets Ethers: R. Davis 4.9: of NW'4 of eec 33 .
each week for four consecutive; weeks : *, chs 11-12 Blk C B3brt: R. .
Davis thence run E 636 ft
In The LOU 4.fI'J;
DeFunlak Herald, a weekly down run lj-14. Blk C '
KlbertKlbert
newspaper published In Walton County thence run POD lees Lots l;>-10, Silk; O R. Davis 4.9>! to.t Hwy No. 33,
creek to R. Dave thence S
of run
westerly
Florida.WITNESS. Lot 17-1 4.99Lots !
Blk O
to J. T. Lane In KlbertKlbert R. Davis 84 for
acre ft: POD thence
my hand and official seal' 4 12 18 20 7V4 Ave A. Wooten 58.47gag 19\ -;F0: Silk O 4.0!
BE roe R. Davis run W with N 40
par
this 8 day of April. 1964. Lot 21, Blk O 4.9C
NEVi
as NE!: cor of KlbwtKlbert R. Dads Una DO ft. thence run B
Seal 2.6'
( ) E. LEO ANDREWS Luis 23-24.: Blk o'
of HW'/i.\ ruu B:: Klona R. Davis 21 ft. thence run E
46
Clerk of Lots !
Circuit Court: 12 Wi-M Ulk O
line. of sd forty KlbertKlbert R. Davis 00 ft to st
Walton E Luta ) 4 *' Hwy 21 ft
County Florida with' 27-28 Bile O
Bys lye ..h.. run W parallel Lot R. Davis 49! to POB being a part of
Deputy Clerk 1. Blk D
Attorney for ::lroon.;; M line linedof Sty Rd.to. Lot :2 I. Blk U Rode R. Hauaar 8.09 NW ., of NWli! 33 6N 21

Douglaa W ROW Lots 3.", Blk D Klbrt R. Darts 2.8' One eq acre In SE, cor 1 Myrtle Paul __hoe 110 -
pnAJedr.w.; lun Albert: R. Davis of BEU of 34
Of Northeasterly J..t.a6.. Blk D 4.119>: SWU 6N 21 '
P. O. :Box 326.: along l ad Lots '7-8 Blk D ban R. Davis 4.1I1t Beg at NW cor, of 'sec : 1 Dana 'W'Uft' aiII 2..
ROW line to POUr ..u"Jto ) ; Klbert R. Davis 34. run E 8 oils 50 '
DeFunlak '. .
Springs Florida of St.Bd Lots. 0-10 Blk D 48:2 I : ..
4t: 4162320.ft7( ROW In favor n IB 20 2.2 Ford E. Reddlck S9.67 Lots 1112. BIle D El bert R. Davis 4."" Iks to Holloway cor, .: -0 "
No. 40 KlbertKlbert R. Davis 4.90 thence S 26 chs SO Iks. 1- ; :-

Lots. 1314. Bile D R. Davis to Geneva. Crestvlcw :: : ,
Lots 4.61 : ; 7 )
St. 19-16. Blk D
ONo 104 N of 20 60 O. M. Jennings b4.2T KlbertKlbert R. r>avl* 4.01 public rd thence westerly I' '
7rn E'4d 19 Lots 1718. Blk D >;5"y
.
:
\ 20 : R. Davis 4.K with said. rd to Eline : .1-; .
.
21 Lots
o 10
.5 B-D of -20. Blk D
MARTINS' Elbert: R. Dade 49f4M' of sea 33. thence 8
100 ft E & W by 200 Lola 21-22 Blk D Elberll R. Davl to ec line to BE cor w1

ft N A All In 11)oor Johnnie M. Ambrose 7.24 Lots 23-24. Blk D ,Ethers R. Davl 4 lilt of yE'i of NKU: of : j
Lutl
of Lot 11 ( Lot 25-26 Blk: D Klbert: R. Davis 4 lilt Sec 3,1 thence W 5 chs ..
END LLotS :H-lS. BIle DLots Ethers thence N 3 chs 33 Iks, . I
9 2B 20 10 Foster F. Burgess 3.39 12. But E R. Davis 4BI .
fi66 Lot; 58 Elbert R. Davis' 4.9S thf'ncO1 15 chs, thence
Beg'4' the N of H milepost Lot 3-4, Bile; ELot Klbert: K. Davis 4.K N to said Geneva -
It of BOO 6rC., Blk' E .
B of bdry KlbwtKlbert R. Davis 4." Crestvlew rd. thence _
and run E 3.97 chs to Lots 7-8. Blk E!: R. Days .. lilt with said rd Easterly
Bav. thence return to END 10( chs thence N' to S

POB and run N 4.SOBDloft0B ( line of NEK of NEVi,
2B 20 1 3-4 Mrs. H. B. Brown 8.31J
14
8-D OF FRAOTL
Ray SWU of section, 33. thence -.
:tlon 14 28 ,20 OF SECTION 3 J 781 90 I W 20 chs to PUB In.

Lot 37 Mania Rosa SDless Lot 21 Paul Morton Stewart Jr. 8.6. sec k 34
Saves Me A Lot of : beg at NW cor of . Lot S4 r. O. Selby 80.12 nt: rJltTB S-D 33 :: :l 22 V4 John 1C.Bvi ..*bikti ngta.il .y 30: t'

8E',4 or 'NW%,. thpnco . Lot 66 Paul XC Stewart 0.04 Lot 1. Blk BEND "
run E 760 It to POB. ENDSD '/ .. Bh0111oaled'v -J ..
i thence cont a 187 ft to 01 LOT 3 s' 20 I: SW yaSagatNW of SW'i 33 IN 21

Money; Too! water's edge 'Of Cfcoe- LotEND C. M. Well 8.ft cor of see 22. 40. NI delay IntebWslll". .. gt.i *L'

i tawhatchee Bay thence Lot 1 Blk S of CherokeeS
southeasterly along Wftter' DUNS ALLEN 8-D OP Sheet 2 of 2 shoots
Why not save some of of 73It. BbU. 4 a* 20' thence N 1 deg 32 minE

your hard-earned dollars thence rrUn1eW to a Lot. 1. Blk 5 Jack Robinson HootnClv ..89 I: BOO ft to a concrete
aouth of POB. END monument thence S 88 .
due
with a policy on your: pt thence run' N 75: rt to J. B. Johnson i H. V. DUNK ALLEN SECOI'D.. deg 20 mln E 264O ft to .. .
home that Anderson 10.59 ADDITION. 8-D or 4 ..''ad a concrete monumenton i

covers' fire END Let 23. DiE E * Edith Allsn 108.50 the W bank of mul-
theft liability wind, section 15 28 20 END let creek thence mean-
_
R.D 01 10 Unknown 3.39 .hurl., .. ? ..
.
StLOT ...
storm and many other Lot 47 2 4 .* : der southerly along the
Lot 5 l.t(7 Jason of mullet creek to . ,
risks. Not the END 20 28 20 10 Arthur ,A. Burke 3.39 I* aCoCawley ..09 run .... ?
slightest S'.. or BW'A of 8E i Layatty Loan ft Investment a pt; due E of the pt of
3 B. 8. Shannon. 4t B. A.SE'4 .
obligation in giving us a E'1r ot NE11 of NWULot of. 20.28 20 Smith 11.93 Lot END 10 Oo .2g beg lying thence and being W to POB In

AU of Lot; 16 an dill 487.87 Ralph J. St P. Dewltt seo 22 18 21 22 IS 21

call.Harris ft of Lots 18WN & IIJ 21 as 20..... Perry 27.80 ELI of B* f BE"of LEJk9EltK; : S-D :23 18 21 ST Foster F. Burg. YS. J.UC-
T O OF SANTA NW14 !! .:.Al b W. O. Marsh sea Lot _

Insurance ROSA 22 JII 23 as 20 Drew Pratt Hal 13.43 F.4. of BE'!: ( Of SW'4 K .!1' 30 luster P. Burgess .04 ENnCHOOTAW= 01511155 ................. .m
1n '1. Blk 3 M033YIIE.VD 1 28 aN al'
1 to 24 < ttDBo.:: BEACH 3-D 28 IS 21
Lots 1 to 13. 14 to 34. Drew Hal 12.93 Lot S < >4 ) : 6 Jones A. VarnrFlnanc 53.67 Lot 1. Blk D

AgencyTW incl., Blk 8 Pratt FNi) Lot S. Blk D L..'L4. ..ti. '.. ........ :a l
Lots 3. 4 A 15 ORANGE PARK S-D 341f al Lot 6-7-8. nile D Junes V. >jM. \
lilt2. Drew Pratt Hal 3.39 t
Lot 1.2.3-4. Blk :3
Blk edit Oo. 4.90 END Jameso att.1-
6-2451 Lot; 6. BIle 20 Drew Unknown Pratt Hal 1.27 1.27 Lot 1-2-3-4-51-32-33 34. FIRST ADDITION TO 'mj' .

Lot I. Blk 22 7.10 Ilk: 4 John Raymon 9.83 CHOCTAW BEACH 28 18 21
DeFuniak Springs Fla. Lc>tr 1 to 12 Incl. n11e 23 Drew Pratt Hal Sidney Hasko tt Jerome Lot 32. :Blk O
Los I to 22 incl. Bile 3:1: Drew Pratt Hale 12.39 Lot 35 thru SO Incl. Elk 4 H7mme1 13.74 Lot 49. Blk O 'aside A. 't.oet .-.'a aB4

2.33 A/d oe"e" .- Lots s 3. Blk E q }
Unknown
Lots 13. 14. 15 nik 59 Mrs Rsndeen Nelson 1.81 Lot I to 33. Blk; 7 K1ID..a 1883 ENDCHOCTAW DonK. c- .d'' 7-

Lot 1 *B 2. Silk 00 Mabel M. :Bacon 3.39 Lot 't' 1:88tncl.: 47 to.. Bldney Haskell AJettoy'" '' BEACH 2ND.
Lots I. 3, 4. O. Blk 81 ( alnnnet 27.28 ADDITION 28' 1/1/ 21-
Lots 8 10 11 ,12 ICI 18 20 Drew Pratt Hale 5.59 Lot 33 to 37 Incl. Blk !. 'Capital Development Co. 6O4 Lot 15-16. Blk T

21, BIle 02 I-ot.a 1 to 32: Incl. Blk 11 Capital Development Oo. 17.68 Lots 1-2-3-4..'Blk Q Unknown .....iCADI

Loa G 7 IJ 10 18 19 Blk ." Elbert R. Davis 4.83 Lots 33-33: to 66 Inc!. BlkLots END ,aobert-. ......... ...
Ornamental Ironwork -. Il Capital Development Co. 16.70 BEACH 3RD
Lot 234 8to 11, 13 to W. M. Bishop 11.41 1 to 33 Incl. Blk 12 Capital Developers .' 18.a, } 'if 18 "31 n

Shop Located At Gaskin to 22. Blk 84 Wilton J. Brock 1.81 END Lots! 16-17-19 Blk 7 .
64 OHANCiE 1!: HEIGHTS 8-D 31 u
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1:27: Lots 22-23. F
lk73131St Blllle R. Wood Cb&rtea.J.1: "
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Sldaay BiMko ft Jerom Lots 24-23, Ark F .
S3 67
tat 18. Blk 79 Joe Jacob"" A. Pllakln Mahon 1.81 Lot 1 to 62 fact Blk 1 A=eye. 3410 Lots 26-27. Blk\ F g: K.. ia"r

Lots 10 k n. Blk 'lit .r Jerora* Lot* 28-29. Blk FEND .
k 13. Blk Lots 1 to 62 Incl. Blk 3 slmm.1 g: !:
Lot. 2 to 8. 18 Drew Pratt Hal 6.11 8416 ___. t. tar
82 1:81: Sidney Hasc Jeratmt
Lot 11 14 Blk 82 Jacob Marvlu Pllskln W. watner 1.27 Let 1 to 62: Incl. BUt :3 Klmml 34 16 CHICK*SAW S-D 23 IS 21

Lot 4. BIll: 83 Foster F. Burgee 393 * .'_.' Lot 8. Bile 1
14 In<'1. 83 Lots 1 to 111 Incl. tIlt 4 Kimmelo H1H 3Lot
Las 9 to 84 Clem P. McNults 287 71.16 Lot 0. Ole l.alge9o' +
.. : nlk Sidney Baako Jerome 30. But 3 Vnknlwn 1iS-..
Takwho Taklklan 1.29
Wt4OLflk: 286 Lots 1 to 62 Incl, Blk S MdnglgasSa :34.18 Wayne PtIUer
Los 1 a 3 8 7 8 9 10 U James Jerome vnl ENDTA3SPI!" (} 30 18 21 2'UO

13 14 15 to 23. Bile 92 M. TaslerFoster 11.93 Loretto 62 Incl. Blk 1 Wlmrl 34.10 Lots 13 As 14, BIll; 1 .
F.
93 BurdensGeorge 1 81 Sidney Haako* Jerome Lot 6. Blk Ja Oapeb .
LotsZ0, kSlk 93DIk C. Benton 1.27 Lot 1 to 65 Incl. Blk 7 KlinJll 33.75 Lot 4, Wlk 28 Land E. Stun. ; 1Jr-

Carl V. North Sidney Basko A "Jerome Lot 1. Blk 16 Myel' a. Orr--
Lot; 9, Blk 94 Bessie' Harberman 1.37 127 Lot 1 to 69 Incl. Blk a ffTtwmwl "' .118 Lots 13-13-14-15-18. LRora5e.Ms a .. .S.-.
Lot 12, Blk 97 Unknown Sidney Baako Jerome Blk: in
Lot. 13 Blk 97SECTION L. Lewis 127 Lot 1 to 74 Incl. Blk 0 KlmmJ 41.37 Lot 1. Blk 9 e Pi0Ten5' A$10S1'H' 344s". /
Lot 7. Bile 101 131 Sidney Baako Jk-Jerome Lot 14 to 23 Incl. PIE! 27 Un"--
Lots 8 to 12 1nc1. Bile 103 Frank George Ooodman Webre 339 Lots I to 85. Blk 10 KUnmel 4633 Lots II Ai< 13 Blk 28 Uni'nemig
1 9*
Bile 103 Sidney Kasko* i'JeraBta Lot 19. D'.k 34 .'
Lot 24. T.v. Orr'
All Work Quar>ntd Drew
115 Pratt Hal 8.S9 : ,
Blk Lots I to M. Blk 11
Lot 2-5-7-8-e-l0-1I.. F.NnORANOE &Immel 3369. Lots 3 A 4. Blk 37 'Prop's.' al et+ t.

END 24 3S 20 HILL S-D :N 4q_11 Blk 41 Troy L. Simmon setsTURpt .
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S.D 10 Willie Mae Bole 32 SO! ATPv1
Sidney Baako Jerome BEACH 1ST
Campbell Welding Lot 110
: EH of Lot 24 S IO Foster Foster F.F. Rtirgrea, 3 OR Lots 1 to 72 moat Blk t t :3943 ADDITION" 13 28 21
Burgess 3 311Coe Mang Haskoe i Je8tae Lot 71. Blk A
Lot 30 Ronald P. Gei4
IO Osborn W. Pryor 3.30 Lot I to 72 inn Blk: 3 11.33
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Com. at BE A>and rerun .. ". "s" '. :-t'. lymaesiHaetoe i Jeroae t SThat 10 George w.. ..... 3118
:.k.a. Lots 1 to 72. Blk :3
|T4| >rlda Phone Floral 4-B691, 48,. sec. 24 :19.45: tart of WH of 11:';

N 990 ft. thence W 440 B35.Sakes i Jerome of SEU!: of EWM; N of
ft. thence B lIDO ft. Lot 1 to 72. Blk 4 ..45IIIdDq Hwy ISo ea less E

thence run. E 440 ft to KiO ft of W 225 ft and
Lot ....S 4 iesllor less W 123-ft 37 33 Artnur "
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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY TIlE( DeFUNIAK IlfiRAJLD-BBfiEZi: THURSDAY MAY '7. 1964


Washington Mrs. EttJe Rutan and her Mrs. Gene lounger and Mrs. land were business visitors In American .ForesterTo ..
And The BeachesMrs. daughter Loula. and her children Edd Walline and daughter Ad-. DeF unlak Springs Tuesday. Meet In Daytona and
I all ot Tampa visited her sis rianna of Gray ton Beach were Mm,'SBOTwBsjrrett. of Sasgev41 -
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ters Miss Julia and Miss Helen shopping in DeFunlak Springs Beach. (and Mm.. Roy StrivMand :' the Florida Chapter southeastern -
Albert Butler and daughter Strickland briefly Wednesday. Friday spent 'Thursday In, Panama. City section of the Society of
Teressa went to Panama They were enroute home from M-Sgt.- and Mrs. Robert W. and attandwii tkw birtMcy'' luncheon American Foresters will hold its QI/at alfl
City Thursday and accompanied Pensacola where they had attended Butler of Huntsville Ala.,, tar- at t*. DiaJ.*Sh.nmMii. honor.. spring convention at Daytona
her mother home from Li'enby r the funeral of Mrs. Edd rived Friday night and stayed in Mrs. Felix,..Jtfoates and Mrs. Beach. May 78.
Hospital where she had been a Rutan. until Tuesday with their brothec'' W. J. Bnunson. Others guests Forest Land Taxation is the
patient for a week. The local CA of the Assembly and sister-in-law, Mr. and were: Mrs. CMC**:: Badgers Airs theme of the 2-day meeting. A (
Mrs: Molly McGee of Seagrove of God church was well represented Albert Butler and enjoyed: Gene Sow.!!. ACra. ICanrjr Baker technical program nas been scheduled men sIf
Beech was chopping in Panama at the meeting at the First pompano, fishing. Mrso//'Mrs.. Corene Skipper and Mrs moderated by Frank A. ..!.,,<
City: Thursday and lunched at the Assembly in Panama City Tuesday Mrs. Henry Wesley Mrs. June Aaron. Albert of Jacksonville forest
Dixie-Sherman.I I night. Strickland and Miss Betty Our sympaUtyc is extended to counsel} for the Florida Forestry ilMij-1j.

Mr. and: Mrs.. Oena Tnflni....- In Association. v
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r..ii'OLIF" :S the death, ofi his nephew Mr: A Chapter business session is .J < ',-i
Btufll'! r1lrasr.' ,, _rR Trnx The slatedfwrthemormng< + of May 8.
\WEDNESDAY./' ,\ attend''ttt .J Swteral Sundry" at? XLtemdit .!Polfl here. will be
r
r'l1 : , ; I QtthNOiia*>fe>jsjtfthodlst) church. ....... .mranry Farm: Forester YOU
S r are having Electdw!
a (anriJJjftau'Jtfaxwell;: I.. JO1- ML""IJelteit. any on Trouble ot
MAY --I1VM: bourne and' BTrs. Roy Burtlson your system your car then I suet you have , '
AL checked.
and granddaughter Teressa Butler Flerrria6. fd. Law student at needed If a new batter Is'I
were business visitors in l>eSprln0 the University of Florida spent I, AUTO then I suggest you visit WESTERN ;.
SOUTHWOOD SUBDIVISION .Taniale.' .. Friday. tha.w.ekend here with his fam- and Griffith ASSOCIATE their STORE and see How. '. ". :

will 1 recommend just courteous the Wizard! lie 'JI1:ir.<'
right
'' ily.LEGAL at- / .
Richard' Hesler ChosenTo NOTICENOTICE tery for your .rh.'
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA Attend National needs.T : ;

Science Institute ,Course or SHERIFStxocutlon -** '5ALRNoOce
Drive. V hereby ...en tLsa I. liawqcrd. Winter- the and this is the time
Located Highway 98 and Ethlyn "ADdy" ADdnon.. aAeriff. of : : season
Five miles from center of Panama Cityin Richard W. Hesler. teacher at Walton County. Flor4da by .trtue. ofan of year that permanent flowers look so
40 .Walton County- High School is iMued from tua WalteaCounty beautU .-. Elizabeth :and Ruth llahardt at
the community of Parker, Florida. Small Claim Court on April I I .
one of 30 high school economics 23. 19M In tboee certain eauaea therein McLEAN: FLORIST offer BEAUTIFUL WOODED teachers chosen to study this pending In which Planer Hardw c..t.lIIJ. p1ay..t permanent flowers that
e Only one block from beautiful St. summer in a National Science Wilson Company waa waa Defendant Plantlff;" and and Dew.nave they will, he clad to. arrange for you. If you
BUILDING LOTS Andrews Bay. Only one mile from Foundation institute at North levied on and will aell. at beat public' auction like they. have a. choice of flower containersto
to the highest and bidder
Property of International Paper Co. Plant. Texas State University.One for cash In front of the court house fit ,every room.
of two such programs in door lu DePuniak Sptimca. Florida
Roy Investment Co. during legal hour of1.. on June
the United States the participantswere .
Adjoins Southwood Shopping Centerin 1. 1004, the following described property Movie Starl'l.q-' i*, offers the look, that
This'! fine property is sure to increase chosen from more than 500 to wit: ;
and Allstate Bowling Lanes Fun applications that came from 44 One Used O M C Truck. I. D. the world's -Baost clamorous 'women: the .
\alue. Here is a terrific opportunity No. "482111534, Tag Number 36-
Center. states, plus the Panama Canal OK-931. svelte true-to-ferM> took thai. could be yours! !'"-
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for liuilders. Investors Speculators to Zone and Virgin Islands. Bill of Sale at coat of purchaser; ,Just slip into the.Movie Star "100" and see. ;. : 'o
buy this valuable property FOR THE Howard "Andy" Anderson Note its Hlinuainar. aides sleek and '
fjuavett
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The teachers will enroll for Shertff. Walton County
all business .
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HIGH DOLLAR.TERMS Ideally located for areas courses from June 29 to August 4t: May 7.14.SIJ8 shapely bra. like top, lithe action-back.. ,

surrounding Panama City. 8. The program is being directed yoke. The.them, la CARP'S. ..f.:

toward the needs of teachers who
LOTS FACE PAVED ETHLYN will teach a high school course
When call
1-4 1 DOWN you WEST FLORIDA GAS
: DRIVE, JUST one-half block from in economics in 1964-65 but who < COMPANY at 'TW 6-2271 you can be sure
BALANCE 3 Highway 98. Within one black of Have little or no formal course that a courteous route salesman or service
intersection of 98 business route and work in economics.Wayne .
man will be knocking on your door soon.
PAYMENTS 98 Bypass route. They have two way radio controlled trucks
EQUAL '
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Walden Pled 'edJ to dispatch a driver immediately to your
At Auburn University deor. Give then a call next time you need
Don't miss this sale. Call today for illustrated brochure and additional gas or service.

information. 'Tries***.. of Wayne ;WaWen will
be interested to know he was re-
cei tly. pledged to .Pi Kappa Phi The thought occurs to me that when a k
+ at Auburn University and that I Tire Recapping Company will make the offer ,,=,)'..
III wMorro"EL t I 1 1tMt he is majoring in C vii Engineering they guarantee every job they turn out that v /}
this year. they must be pretty confident that they have ; t '.
Wayne is the c nephew of Mrs. done a good Job on their recapping. This Is.. t i':'}

of Florida Inc. Bernice .Peacock. of DeFunlak the offer extended by WHEAT TIRE SER ,t r.? :
Springs. VICE. >
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1005 16th Street North Phone: 862-5518 St. Petersburg, Fla. I-

LICENSED BONDED .' INSURED IN MEMORIAM,, '"u When you are sick you quite naturally

rg ; seek a doctor to help you get well and when
Since our last issue of.LifeLine ti your television, radio or stereo is sick you
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we have lost a key :4tm- f want the best doctor in town to repair it.
ployee a big booster for Southern I That could only be RAINOW ELECTRONICS

< u,'.. ' .. . United Life Insurance Company I INC. They are qualified to repair any
'j.. ""f. .
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.f:4t ,.... ... < .....JI< 4'A and a fine Gentlejnan. ManagerL. 1 .
,.kj. H.. 'J"'f 'fo. <1.\0"\ make set and offer. pickup and delivery ser
''. "" } f 'L 1 < E. Gill passed away at his vice.
.. '. home in DeFusjiak Springs Fla.,
r. ,av4 ,:; j, on March 29, 1964.
"," There I am sure will find MOM AND DAD'S
>>tf! as* many memories, you
-' *r. > < ': ; fond, memorls* of our associationover RESTAURANT home of pleasant eating a :!
.. .. b n the yearn, that come to mind truly refreshing place to dine. They feature f;
-" What's H em we realia that no more will the Epitome in Cuisine that is only found )
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we experience that warm, firm in a truly outstanding dining establishment.
j ) the handshake. Ko more will we receive They extend the hand of welcome when f\. : \
that warm friendly welcome you visit them. tt
itch that Louie could extend.
rk A' I' There only are many nice things sates lIP The Shoe Center in DeFunlak Springs for

that we could say about this 131 % the Children is MILLER'S. They carry a

Meth I man. He was respected for his complete line of Charm Step and Ed White
fr- > YIPs drive and ability to get the Job r
done. He was respected for his .,., for.til*. girls and E. J.'a by ,Endicott Johnson

ti *' enthusiasm and his loyalty. He for both girls and boys. They also have the
s was respected because he has : world famous brand of Mother Goose for

never been known to fail to help both girls and hoys. So mothers put your
one in need. Many people are in J..**shopping worries away and just drop by
the insurance business today' because and visit this fine store.

of this man. He was, -a lae4

leader Breakfast is considered by..some doctors .**>*.
.
Oaa. outstanding characteristicthat as the most important meal of the day for .. .. you admired about this manU Wind's Champion-priced it is here you embark on another day. It is i"' < ,..
rubbed elbows with him -. Durability
:you
important that eat sufficient
you a amountof
i was his undying devotion te' his less than 5 Bit if 6 compact models! High Protein foods such as HENKO

family. He left no doubt in your GRADE A Farm Fresh Eggs available at
mind that he was always, proud 'Creel Ford Co. Inc. your favorite grocer. Be sure to pick up ,
of his,ygople.
of dozen.
To,..,.... voice ha*..Jman! tilled SO? .Wst Nelson Av. a couple
fI f that .will; be greatly ,saissed. ON1aaiak Springs,, FU.READ .
I ti The SsUhern Units ."Ue Line." '
If you are considerating building a new
i- TINt Southern United Family Jl "' home I
-- contact Tom Lassitter at
p - sugres.tyou
: I CO. They offer a
: 1i1 complete! planning service and will even
arrange for a home loan. You can add a
+ room hereof all a carport or maybe a bath
r THIS Convenient terms with up to seven years to

'- pay. .. >

,I IMPORTANT ,MESSAGE Chevrolet is again enjoying the praise of ;<
the American Public for their beautiful '> ..
i1 array of automobiles for 1964. Drop by
RIVARD CHEVROLET CO. and see the '
nFlltONE: HEARING CLINIC Five different Chevrolets being offered. f'J..t''I':! ? .1

Hank Douglass, Harry Seymour John Nee) !i""..t"as 1
It's an important gasoline discoveryMethyl* At'.rhe: Adams Motel Ron Pickett James Padgett, Bill Rivard or ,..'

Floyd Garrett will be happy to serve you. , ,y
steps up octane performance so effectively that it stops power-wasting ..DcFuniak. Springs Florida

knock better than any other antiknock compound. Methyl spreads :FrL.May 8th from 10 a.m. until 1 pm.: select
When! you a bank to call "Your
more evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine stands up under you should ask
yourself -do
extreme temperatures.' pod it's in Standard gasolines (Crown and Mr. A. W. Pjpti*,
Crown Extra) . at no increase in- 'will Give FREE iKmTrAfhIftSi5tl2Lls$ yes at the FIRST
. price! Another importantway. that I A* WJ1 fIA : ( They are large enough

we take better care of your cr. I| 9 | J% N DA R Dj Hearing Analysis. each to serve and you everyone and also of their small customers.enough to Whatever know-

Methyl \for anUlutock comeouad/ Inspection and adjustments of any model hearingaid. ,,' ; your banking needs give them a try.
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And demonstrating Beltone's World Famous Hearing ATTENTION MOTHERS: Feeding baby
tiJ Aids and Hearing Glasses. is not always the easiest job in the world "
but the problem can be eased if you feed :
If unable to come Call for home appoint- him the kind of baby food he likes. You .
,
IVITO I
will find
a complete selection I(f .
ment. For your convenience, Fresh Bat- of baby foods at CASEY'S IGA DISCOUNT \rtr''''

teries and Accessories. FOODLINER They also carry a good sup ;
M of other ... .
ply needs for the infants. ?;<<.
.../ tv in Standard gasolines-at no Increase In pricelJ. I

HEARING CENTERBELTONE The training and the professional discretion -

of assure both your you pharmacist of the finest and drugs your avail-physician -

A. McCall Agent able for your particular malady. Remember
that piece of paper contains the order that
} J. A. Craft. Director"South's II
I may save a life or alleviate suffering!, so be
Lar.t- sure you have it dispensed by your pharmacist -
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.. <: ,...' ..'. __ DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA 14 West Garden Street Pensacola. Florida I sure as of your this physician when you directe*o to. You SERVICEfOLUtIE can>be

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EVERY THURSDAY THE DeFUWJAK HERALD-BREEZE THURSDAY, MAY !, 1964

T BIRTHDAY DINNER Powell Infinger Birthday -
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Sweeney Celebrated Recently
1.0- SOCIAL ACTIVITIES of Mossy headu celebrated aj]I
birthday dinner Sunday, May Miss Tena Powell and Miss
HH for including their son. Melissa
seven Infingcr celebrated their
Jurell and wife Mavelene of tenth birthday on Friday, April
Miss Judy RivardEntertained Mrs Hugh Adams I
Marianna; her mother Bertlce. 24th at the home of Miss Powell
In AtlantaOn Hostess To Guild Nowling, her aunt, Beatrice In-|I Hostesses for the occasion were
finger, her uncle, Corbin Gainey, Mrs. Alberta Powell and Mrs. -
April 23: Mrs. Adrlen Riv- The Wesleyan Service Guild Rex
two cousins Rocky and Roy Infinger.
ard Jr. entertained Miss Judy of the First Methodist church Thanks I ITo
Gainey. Guests present were: Brent
Rivard with a luncheon at Yoh- met Monday night at the homeof Visiting Mrs. Sweeney were her J Senlerfitt Buddy Infinger, Ricky
in Lenox at Atlanta I I5treet.
Square Mrs.
annans Hugh Adams on College brother, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffers and Spikes, Sandra Bishop, Billy Gal.
Georgia. The table was decorated .
son, Dick of Pensacola, Clayton loway, Elaine Anderson, Pete
with a lovely Spring arrangement Mrs. Guy Davis, in charge of. Gavins of Mossyhead, Mavelene'sgrandmother White, Sandy Thomason, Sandy .. .
of pink tulips. The the program conducted a Pledge attended the cele. Wiess, David Sutton, Gayle Ruth-
following were guests of Mrs. Service with Mrs. Billy Wesley, bration and a host of relativesand erford, Sarah Infinger.
Rivard, Mrs. Paul White, Mrs Mrs. A. F. Bullard, Mrs. Rufus friends. Many games were played by
Ben Methvin Miss Virginia Dor. Dauchette, Mrs. Carlotta Wesleyand The evening was enjoyed, witha .all and refreshments of hamburgers
sey, Mrs. William Gibson. Mrs. Mrs. Alex Caswell partici ball game played and enjoyedby punch and two lovely pink
David Bates, Mrs. Ted Parker, pating.
all. doll cakes, one for each of the
Mrs. Gene Garrett, Mrs. Theron Mrs. Dee Henderson, president, I girls were served.
Brown Mrs. Sidney Yarborough, welcomed a new member, :Mrs.: BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr. I Gifts were opened and en-
Mrs. Almand Bullard and Mrs. Pauline Hodges and cleared: sev- and Mrs. Wayne Bulger of '
Joyed by Tena and Melissa and
Adrlen Rivard, Sr. eral items: of business. Niceville, are proud to announcethe :records were played, dancing and the voters of Walton county for the splendid vote
Following the program, Mrs. birth of their first child, more games during the evening.
Miss Faye Hicks of Tallahassee Adams served delicious refresh- David Wayne Bulger, born at Some of the little girls spent the you gave me Tuesday, nominating: me for another termas
was home for the weekend ments. 12:14: axn. on May 4, 1964, weigh':night with Tena and continued
visiting; her parents, Mr. and ing 7 lb. and one-half ounce. I the birthday party Saturday, anda your County Superintendent of Public Instruction.I .
[ Mrs. O. B. Hicks. Mrs. C. R. Garroway and daughter Maternal grandparents are Mrs. wonderful time was had by all
Mrs. Betty McDonough of Boni- Charlene and Mary Rich- Geraldine Banks of Kansas City attending.
fay, was a business visitor here ardson attended the funeral of Kansas and Mr. H. D. Banks of
|Wednesday.Mrs. Mrs. Ruth Oliver, a sister of Miss DeFuniak Springs, Fla. CARD OF THANKSWe
T. J. Reardon left Sundayfor Richardson on Sunday of last Paternal grandparents are Mr. fully realize the heavy responsibilities that go with
[ a several days stay in Jack week. Mrs. Oliver's home was In and Mrs. Claude Bulger of De- would like to express our
sonville. South Carolina. Funiak Springs Fla.My appreciation for all of the many best
thoughtful acts of kindness that this very important office, and pledge you my

were of our shown loved to one.us We during will the always loss efforts for the betterment of our schools ?wn every way

remember with deep gratitude
your expressions of sympathy.The possible during: my next term of office.I .
[ Family of Mr. Ed Sutton

Thanks To All Mrs. J. F. Daniel of Panama thank you all.John.
City spent several days here last
week as the guest of Mr. and.
Mrs. :J. C. Rutherford.

I want to express my thanks and appreciation to Mrs. S. M. Preacher and Mrs.
Fred Brannon of New Smyrna
every one who helped me in any way during: my campaign Beach, spent Wednesday in Mont-
with relatives.Mr. .
for re-election. I vote I received gomery
appreciate every Fred Mahan of Crestview,

and all the many other courtesies shown me during: the day was afternoon.a business visitor here Fri

campaign. Mr. and Mrs. John Neel spent
the weekend in Gainesville, Ga.,
I now ask the support of all in re-naming: me for with their daughter Miss Patsy
Neel, who is a senior at Brenau
another term as your County Commissioner, District College.

Mrs J. E. McCaskill, Mrs.
3 in the May 26 primary.
Henry Elliot and Miss Mary Elliot
spent Wednesday and Thursday BaldwinCOUNTY
of last week in Birmingham.
Mrs. Sue Sutton of PePnsacola,
Hubert Bell i visited her sister and family, Mr.
T1. the and weekend.Mrs. Robert Holland over

Miss Roberta Robinson of Pan- SUPERINTENDENT
ama City, spent a few hours with
4i COUNTY COMMISSIONER. DISTRICT 3 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taft
.7 Robinson before 'Journeying to
Judson College for May Day
Festivities this weekend.
Miss Francis Louise Wise of
Pensacola, was viiting her par-
.
ent:, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Wise over
the weekend.
re Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Eichorn and
children of Mississippi visited her
parents MY and Mrs. Olive
Thompson over the weekend.

FOR RENT: TWO BEDROOM

.. tact house H.block L. Prescott unfurnished., TW 42591or Con. Thank You Voters

TW 6-9151. 8:7tfchg:

Thank You AllI SALESPEOPLE: WE WAVE' A
few openings In local and sur-
rounding areas for salespeople to
work out of their homes selling
hospitalization and life Insurancefor
an old established company
with a good reputation. Experience -
not necessary. We will train. . for the fine vote you gave
We work on qualified leads, sell-
Ing only. No collecting or worry-
ing about lapse. If interested

want to thank all the people of Walton Countyfor write: E. Acres, P. O. Box 182,
Ponce de Leon, Fla. 5:7,14chg

the wonderful vote I received Tuesday night pt. WashingtonAnd HAYDON BURNSFOR

nominating: me for a second term as your Tax Assessor.I The-Beaches

Mr. W. R. Hobbs and Mr. LevI!
McKenney! were among those attending -
the funeral of Mr. Buell
Evans at Black Creek Methodist
church Sunday afternoon.
much this confidence showedin Congratulations to the newly-
appreciate you
very weds Mr. and Mrs. Richard

me and the way I have performed the duties of the Miss Strickland.Peggy' She Bates is of'the Choctaw former GovernorIN

Beach. Richard left Sunday mor-
office, and I look forward to serving: you in the futureto ning for bas duties with the
Navy and she hopes to Join him
the very best of my ability. Thank you all. soon In Jacksonville his new as
signment.Mrs. THE MAY 5 PRIMARYWe
W. A. Holley was a bust
ness visitor in DeFuniak Springs
Monday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Spann of Dothan,
Ala., spent several days last weekat
I'" their Seagrove Beach home.
Mrs. Van Butler of Gray ton
,_ ., 'L Beach, is spending this. week in invite supporters of the other candidates to join
Crestview to nurse her father,

'J ;a Mr.last week Frank from Enzor.Pensacola He was Baptist moved with us now in a drive for victory in the May 26 pri

Hospital; to the Crestvlew hos mary. We thank all who helped in any way for their

pital.Mr. .
and Mrs. Van Ness Butlerof
Gulf Breeze, are the proud assistance.
parents of a baby boy, born
Sunday morning in the Baptist art ,
hospital, Pensacola. He has been iWALTON
named Van Ness Reynolds Butler
III. Visiting them Sunday from r
Hubert R. Adkinson her were Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Saltsman Butler and Mr. .and Mrs. Albert

Mr. and Mrs. Mack Russ and
sons of Enterprise, Ala., and COUNTY COMMITTEE FOR
Mrs. Corene Skipper of Panama
TAX ASSESSOR City,' spent Sunday at Mrs. Skip-
pers Pt. Washington home. HAYDON BURNS FOR GOVERNORVOLmm"nPUBLiSnED

Mr._ Bill Toole of Grayton
Beach.' made a business trip to
Washington D. C., the first of
the week. Mrs. Toole and children -
accompanied him to Pan-
ama City Sunday and he went
from there by plane.



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: EVERY: THE DeFUNIAK THURSDAY.' MAY 7. 1964
VOLUME 73-PUBLISHED ,THURSDAY HERALD-$RE S
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OPEN NOW- ALL MY FRIENDS WELCOMEto FOR.SALE: NEW BEDROOM SPECIALS FOR, SALE BEAUTIFUL., three
CORN PUDDING WITH A PLUS CAMPUS CLEANERS a Free Fish Fry May 2nd from apartment, livinen i room, dining Cold Waves $4.00 and up bedroom home, two ceramic tile
across street W. of Tivoli School. 11 'a.m. until 4 jn. Nick's Fishing room,' kitchen bath and half. Shampoo & Set 1.50 and 1 2.00 baths kitchen complete wluVCE'
Cleaning moth proofing etc. Lodge,'Basin Bayou. 4:9,16,23,30pd: FHA, small down, payment, call Hair Cuts 1.00 built-lir appliance -on 100':.x ISO
1 Day 8.rvle. collect MU 2-2950 or MU 2-4390, Elizabeth's Beauty Salon lot In Oaklawn Square. FHA financed -
4:3: 57: pd. ARE YOU INTERESTED' IN Crestvlew. Fla. 4:16tfchg: Downtown-5th & Baldwin Call Sam Rachels TW 6-
flowers so breath-taking, you Home Phone TE 6-2543 2521 or Buddy Brazile TW 4-
FOR RENT: FURNISHED Gar. never dreamed they could growin CASH FOR LATE MODEL Phone TW 6-3141 2.6tfchg: 874 d. 4:16tfchg:
t f tK age apt., air conditioned private your garden? Or would you cars 1958 models up. Buying for
w entrance. Located at 311 E. Main : like to create super vegetables Eastern and Miami markets. If WE NOW HAVE! IN' STOCK A SELECT: YOUR NEW BIBLEat
Call Clyde M. Baker TW 6.2931 huge beauties to thrill your family you have a used car to sell, call full line of duplicating and' mi-; the home book store 611 Live
before 8am. and after 5 pjn. with the sweetest Juiciest James Hussey TE 6-2211-8 a.m. > Oak Avenue. You will find over
mccgrnph supplies. Ink. Duplica-
tenderest till 5:30 pm. 12.31pd: 50 editions! from the American
tet 4:30: tf chgFOUND vegetable. you've ever : tor fluid stencils and 'paper. Bible
t I Society Holman World and
know? And do
this for .
pennies a ENGLISH Colored inks and colored
OVER 4,000OOO gardeners paperon Collins
: A BOAT ADRIFT. plant. Box of 100 Publishing Co. The pricesare
over pellets only '
four de-
perhaps the most critical special order day
Aj-prox. 12'. Owner may claim by $2.98. Start using Streeters Magic I fair' trade catalog suggestedor
in the world, livery
people
identifying. Clifford Godwin, Pellets at once. Contact Frank W. gardening less. In stock, also Is a fair
Streeter's Joe Walls Business hlnes '
use and say that Magic I . .
assortment of. Christian books and
: M Portland Fla., Ph. TE 5-2687 Paterson Highway 90 West or Growth Pellets are the greatest &' Servie'eiFrerarort -

e after- 4:30: p,m. 4-30: 5:1.: 14 3t phone Springs TW Fla. Distributor.4-5809 DeFunlak gardening discovery: In the past n.ad..P." ne. TW64141: 'I$some::2,9,18,28,30-5tchg church supplies..

a Contact Frank W. _
half century.
:
'
f APT. FOR RENT: FURNISH. -
Peterson, Highway 90 West or I' FROM FAMED ENGLAND the "/ATTENTION: '
ED. Private. Mrs. Curtis B'fhop! NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE : : LOGGERS AND
Joft4.1h/ .; 200 Florence St., Ph. (,. _?..,,. your painting wood finishing, phone TW. 4-5809. Your local Dis- ,greatest gardening'nation: on timber owners. We pay the top
tributor. earth, comes a fantastic discovery- prices for hardwood
} 5:7: tf chg wall papering Interior or exter- logs and
r. Strecter's gle'Growth Pellets timber.) Free estimates. JACKSON
ior work done. Call
Ewald 'Ra-
APARTMENT FOR RENT: United
r.tg -
'. H "' OPEN:' OLD WHEELS Florist hardt TW 4-5341.: developed by Fred Streeter winner VENEER CO. INC., Laurel Hill,
:
Phone TW 4-
Farm Agency.
10'"o"
:> with growing potted plants a of more than 100 gold medals Fla.' Phone 2195 days, or Louis
CORN PUDDING BECOMES AN ENTREE woes tanned tormtd feature for. Mother's .Day also 7831 plus the Victoria 'MedalJ for his Lowery,. "4-3825, Florala' Ala.,
tomatt
and vtgttabltcombtnthandtomtly
it addtJ. The flavor of meal
1..1 *dish for all ,." ". aCorn all types of artificial potted Faison And Ward I WILL NOT BE Responsiblefor achivement In horticulture. You nights. 3:12tfchg.: :
flowers and, plants Mrs..Olsza- any"debts made'' by anyone can: create super' flowers and
pudding i is usually served at a 'vegetable accompaniment to nowicz at Basin Bayou Freeport Water Wells and Primps person' other than myself. JamesM. Vegetables; the' envy of your FOR SALE: WATER'' FRONT
entrees. Add corned beef and il becomes the entree itself. a dim with 1 ttpd. Easy terms Call collect .. Thomason 'or Mae Thomason. neighbors. Over 70,000,000 .magic lots; and wooded in lots. On
exciting new flavor texture and heartiness. Beef Doc Faison Bonifay B47>2376 4:23,30.3-.14pd.: ; : pellets sold 'In England everyweek. Choctawhatchee Bay; located on
Because it combines meat eggs milk and vegetable. Corned IT COSTS NOTHING TO USEa .
Wiley Ward Vernon 63S-C10B .' In short supply present. Okaloosa-Walton county line in
i ia healthful choice for all in the family. Its easy mixing -
Corn and Pudding short baking a period make it a boon to the homemaker "with Blue Lustre Carpet Shampooerwith 4ie.lOM6pd: FORWENT: THREE BEDROOM Contact Frank W. Peterson. High- Villa TasBO. A. C. Howe, Rt. 1
little time for cooking. From the standpoints of flavor and interest, the purchase of Blue Lustre. house.' 423 S. 13th St., Ph. TW way 90 West" or 'call TW' 45809. Box 259, Villa Tasso, Nlcevllle,

pudding rate a prominent place on the festive occasion table. Fisher Hardware Company. 4-4196..___ 4:23chgtf: Your: )local, distributor.. Florida.. .. _
Note that the,baking i time*J* about 3D minute*. This I* only > -L .
The
long enough to set the pudding. corned beef i b fully precooked in I
the can to tender firmness that add texture interest to the delicate
pudding. Use-the beef a* It'comfi from the ran at room temperature-
that way it i i. most easily separated into flake with a fork.
CORNED BEEF CORN PUDDING
I can (1 pound) cream style 1 teaspoon grated onioncorn
1/3 cup chopped green pen.icr; I
3 eggs, lightly beaten 1 cup coarse cracker. crumbs f
teaspoon sugar 1 cup milk The PerfectGIFr for Mother'

1 can unchilled(12 ounces flaked) corned L...:, 1 tablespoon margarine butter or :

Combine torn.eggs sugar and flaked corned beef. Add onion, green
pepper cracker crumbs and milk. Pour into 6 individual casserole'
Dot top with butter and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until set.

Make 6 servings. General1 Electric Mobile Maid Dishwasher'

Paxton Receives FHA State'a Chapter,Honor Roll Take An InventoryBY

Degree At ClearwaterThe FRANK' BOSWELL

It is a food idea to take an
Association of Fu-
Florida
Inventory at intervals and throw

ture held' it.Homemakers annual convention of America last away outdated everything In the that medicine is stale chest.or :
week. Headquarters for the con- Iodine, for example grows dan- SPARKLING DISHESwithout can 1
vention was the Jack Tar Harrison gerous stronger with age. ,
It Is
Hotel in Clearwater.
Throwaway prescriptions as
estimated that over one thousand soon as the illness for which Dishes tI

people state's 322 attended FHA representing chapters. The they jar box were and ordered bottle is over.should Every be rinsing'e when the go in

theme of the meeting was "steps clearly labeled. Mark any pro-
Toward Success", with special
external use only;
duct Is for
emphasis upon "Preparation for this can be done by using a bandof WI 'SN'. :
-I THORO
Marriage and "Education. 2. :
adhesive tape or an "X" marked Ii ;
,

Courtenay The main pastor speakers of at the the First con- with drugs red should fingernail be polish.All kept .out w-0 I I'': I gives 'you sp'arklingl clean' A,,,, : l :P> ; .

church In Nashville.
Presbyterian of reach of children. In case of: ..-. !
dishes without hand : { ?
Tenn., and Doctor Herbert True. serious accidents you will :of ) -- *,t;, .

noted Educational Constultant course, call your family physician II I rinsing or scraping ;::t,
and author of severa !Ibooks. Each but small children have a way I i ; a;, Ii

t man authority Is an accomplished In his field.speakerand of acquiring small cuts, burns I!r(1FI I .TMro.W.."mans n'.d.4t.J,1...IwN 'i.-t.:})t-:::::;\: JIN

be treated
.
end bumps which can ; .
(
\
The Paxton chapter was parti- :
at home.Therefore 'f'1
safely
cularly well represented since : :: DISHWLASHER
you should have on ': -
Clara Rasberry State Vlce-Pre hand-absorbent cotton antisept'c :FAUCET-FLO... gives! you Water .I I
sident is charge of Recreation. adhenslve bandages other uses while unit Is operating ,, f.:.;'"
prepared ronu"'I..W >
presided at the Friday evening sterile gauze adhensive RINSE-GLO...gives dishes ,
session. She also led the "Relaxers" Beautiful Sunburst Textolite .
tape scissors.Take THORO 0 WASH
throughout the entire
to .ure'You
an inventory baid MODEL SM-500Y MODEL SD300YMake.loadins.
three day session. Other representatives are ready when firs Is plus UfT-TOP RACK
of the Paxton chapter Sparkling dishes without '
who attended were Joan Barrett, needed at -home.Frank J. Boswell! rinsing or scraping ,
retired Stae Vice President 1 In Walton County Safety Officer and unloading MOBILE! MAID 3.12DISHWASHER Easy-load twing-dowa door only 3 00
charge of Degrees Juanita ,King. of dishes asy. 1 Choic of color door .

Ann Hall and Mrs. Monetha Mrs. Oulda Clark, Mrs. Pauline Lift up with pawls
Baldwin local chapter advisor. lid..almost Per Wk
and
Junita King and Ann Hall served Mrs.Hodges Louise, Mrs.Kendall Marie Louglas spent Sun- ; hands you the ..,.,.,..W tt____....._IwSN Per Week

as official delegates Miss Ras I I day In Fort Walton Beach._ dishes. 0 .......n..c1Ioft_,1M WftII f1Wh8werdr.IIW
berry's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. William wooinson 0 -
and Mrs.
Mr.
F. Rasberry also attended. returned to
of Westmont Ill, '
I r
The Paxton chapter with the
their home last week followln
Assistance of the Walton and in DeFun- SPARKLING DISHES
extended
Fonce de Leon chapters, presented an vacation and CONVERTIBLEO4t&3&t&
the "Response" that was received iak Springs w'the
have made
friends. The Robinson l; Free
so favorably at the District -
friends In our area
meeting in Pensacola last many new forwardto i ICh Of
and we are all looking 'DISHWASHER 1
November. This was used at the Florida. !
their next visit to
opening session of the conven- a switch! .

tion.During ANNIVERSARY SALE: IN appreciation ,

the Friday evening session of the past patronagewe e .. $ .95.
all of the student representatives are offering all fine Jewelry h J. :.

of the Paxton chapter appeared Watches. Diamond Sets Rings, =-BUILD. .
on the state at the same discount dur- USE IT I \ /
etc., at :50 percent l 2n
t time. Miss ,
Rasberry presidedover
the session. Juanita King ing the month of May. CROWN MODEL 1[ ''g a trrr-s._->=. 'mot-mat. : r\
ASA
9.7.14chg .
WATCH SERVICE. :
and Joan Barrett sang In the SC 600Y : ; fDROP f

I "State Chorus", and Ann Hall FOR SALE: FOUR REGISTER. DOORPORTABLE t R 4-Pc ?
t accepted the "Honor Roll chap ED polled Hereford bulls from .
ter" for the Paxton 1 0 .
chapter. 1
dependable cow families. Best of g; -
Forty two ...
chapters throughoutthe I breeding, ready for service $200
t coveted state of Florida received this each Sandy Creek, 6 miles south, Wear-Ever
award. This certificateswas
east of Ponce de Leon on S-181
also -i warded to the .
Paxton near Morrison Springs. See Carl Cookware t
chapter at the convention In
Ward Joe McCormlck.
rr
\ Jacksonville last st
r The girls made a year complete report 4:30, 5.7: 14, 21 chg. ____ u SetWith t

; of the convention highlightsat FREE: ESTIMATED 100 Ton
the regular monthly FHA or more rich barn yard fertilizer spotlessly clean dlshesBi.: . iS table-setting capacity the Purchase

meeting held In the school audi- free to anyone who will come ,. I (N Mnal Electrical Manufacturers' MOBILE MAID*
torium last Thursday morning. and take it all 6 miles southeastof '1''s' ?. :'! thanks to ...: ",,"i$; ;A.MraUon Standards) of any
Under the guidance and direction Ponce de LLcon Sandy Creek It .'EasyMoad) swing-down door DISHWASHER
of its advisor Mrs. Monetha 1t-. G. E. MobileMaid
Ranch on S-181 near Morrison : Beafttiful Sunburst Textolite
Baldwin the Paxton FHA Chap- Springs. See Carl Ward or Joe --.ORO 0 WASH .
couiNertopCh6He
ter has made much progress during Dishwasher
McCormick. 4.30: 3.7,14,21chg:
!i'J the last several years. It has .' of white or dark 209.95

,, received both local and state recognition WANTED: MAN TO TRAINfor 'T.n.M: -:iouon-:iSN wu'n s15aW57"""". --e PdOfl5$
i and Is rated an out- variety store manager. Ex-
;s standing chapter In the state of perience helpful. Write Box 32,
Florida. It has a membership of DeFunla'k Springs, Fla.
30.95
r M 1 72 mermbers. 4:30. S.7: chg.


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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA

TinmsnAv_. TITAV. i.._ 1QIU
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County Agrenfs Notes The entire Federal-State pro- as much as they can use constructively Beech Grove Willing POD 28 23 aijswu O'NuJ
Is to These 8-U or" E% LOTS 2 38.10
gram geared making maximum foods are avail Worker Postpone DinnersDue or" ewvi as 28 21

use of national regionaland able to any nonprofit school that Newton O. Cox lees

locally abundant foods. has a lunch service whether ;it's to hendrences beyong our WS2O END ft of 8EU
Oscar IIarrison Four-flftha of the food for the in the National School Lunch control the Ladies Willing Worker Com .t N'.V cor of fractl 20 23 21 31% Unknown 1002

National School Lunch Programis Program or not. Some of these band of the Beech Grovo deg SWU W. run along a aao along ilnoHO3 1

purchased by school lunch foods are dry beans cheese corn Church of God has postponedtheir ft thence 8 83

...- managers from their local sup grits corn meal !flour lard pea- fish and chicken dinner I Poll del 24 thence mln E run 200 8 ft U2 to: _

pliers. The Federal Government nut butter potatoes, rice rolled which was to be held the 9th of deg 24 mln K 200 it
contributes approximately one wheat May until the 16th of May. thine 8 1 deg W "55
ft MOL
to water of Guilt
Florida Agricultural Ext."..... ....1_ fifth of the food to encourage the New foods are introduced frequently Serving will be between 11a.rn. of Mrxloo, run N wo.-
",, consumption of a variety of This for and 2pm. and they would trrly along ahcre 1:aa
year
Walten ": example 200 MOL
County Bard ft
of CenrNrk.l.n.r.. thence N 1
CooainrejtlatfjI nutritious foods and to help thousands of children in the I like to say to the ones that! hns deg E 765 ft 740L, to
,
managers serve well balanced North East and West will geta bought tickets for this dinnerto POll Clef 100 ft ROW
of hwy No 88 and also: '
lunches at low cost. chance to enjoy that traditional please forgive us, and come Com at NW cor of 8B',&
I GOOD SCHOOL LUNCHES I dren enjoying lunch under the'I I Some of the food purchased and Southern dish-corn grits. on down to the lake yard May\ ,run U: 1 drg W aJjiirf.:

That is what ;your child gets National School Lunch pro donated by the U. S. Departmentof Schools in Maine Massachusetts 10th and get their dinner. Kro 82 dog line 24 1405 min ft. run B: 400 8

I when ton county,,he eats School In one of lunchrooms the Wal-I gram eat a variety of good tasting Agrculture! through its Agricultural Pennsylvania. Kansas California Thank ;you. W ft. tine thence of ego N par line with flrntdeno

good quality foods served In Marketing Service cornea Rev. Claude Pastor
Oregon and "WHshtrtrtwi Sauls to N line of SW!4
than 10 million
The more chil well balanced meals. i I I from supplies of foods on the as well as Guam and American thence W along Bald aeo .
line to 30 SB 21
market that are currently plentiful Samoa have accepted an offer Mrs. Louise Kendall of Evergreen 8-D or SEV4 Bop SEC 30 2f> 21 r N. Stallworth Jr. 230.23

They are purchased specifically to try out enriched corn grits in Ala., spent' the weekend Lot 56 Jason H Pepanloolae
6O4
Lot 7e
< to fulfill the needs of schools school lunches. If the children here visiting friends Mrs. Kendall Lot 02 Holland M Carder! OO4
PWE NEED 4 participating in the program. Lot 93 Mlllarcl D Stewart O.O4
like the grits more will be pur- was employed here with REA Russell Bvron
These foods the Lou 113-114-120 A X 16 Stacknouno: S3'07
are purchased by
chased and new outlets'will be I for'several ;ytIIII'SM'rs. ; ft of lot 115 Herbert Wencel 763.08

I 10 NEW HOMES TO BUILD Government States according and allocated to the numberof to the I created for this com pradoct. E.: H. Reew-s'\ l.IrsWill\ PNHFRANOISTA: BEACH Back aaacaament tor 1B01 taxes

Morris and Mrs. Shelby Smith 8-L 32 28 21 .
THIS MONTH I youngsters eating lunched un- Dr. and Mrs. Bill Carter and haw'returned home after a tour Lot A 8-J'.nd Fran seta
der the programs in the States nenrh the> *-
'
children spent the weekend at Florida. visited
of They relatives terly S ft of wo 31 extending
Some of these foods canned
< are Seagrove Beach guest of Dr. and throughout their tour and went from Southerly
applesauce canned a p r I c o ts, Mrs. B. J. Browra aide of U8 Hwy No 96
a.far-as'Key West.
to waters edge of Gulf
reen beans frozen ground beef of Mexico which la 5
frozen cut-up chickens canned ft adjoins the westerly
corn, canned pork and canned aide of coo 32 Avis O. Ffnkeldteln 09.OS
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Lota B-O-D B Aria O. nnkelitelnATla 1059.IS
Eweet potatoes. D..IrtptJ..a .... Twp> .....saran) Ovmer8W Amount Lot END r-Q-H-I O. rinkeletelnr 32.:SO
The other donated foods are
m A NO!OTA! BEACH lIST
Be st oar of IH
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acquired through USDA's Ir
surplus SWH of aeo 2 running AUDITION 29 28 21
removal and price support N J087H ft for Lot 18. Bin O R Motley 004OM
COUNTRY SQUIRE FOB run E 183 ft. then. Lots 17, Blk D Footer r Burgess
20 These foods offered !
$ programs. are on N 75 ft. thence W Lot 4, Blk r. Carolyn 8. Daniel OO4
Inside Finishing Extra. ''CS, > Per 1\10. to the States which take. lea ft. thence 8 to WlUUtft P. Jeanne Lot 7. BIlE rEND r R. Motley 10.eaT

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Will Have, a Ball Shopping 'at: Your IGA Foodliner


Until further notice our Bonus Buys will run
FROSTY MORN WHOLE
I from week to week.
These prices good from May 7 thru May 13th
Pts. Smoke- piCi'1iC S Ib 2 5 tr
Blue Plate
Tablerite Tablerite Lean
Mayonnaise: 27c CHUCK STEAKS ;ALB. 49c GROUND BEEF 5 LBS. $1.99

Blackburn Tablerite (For Bar-B-Q) Tablerite Boneless
PerfectionRICE SHORT RIBS LB. 39c CLUB STEAKS L6. 99c
SYRUP
Tablente TablerJte
3 Bag Lb. 33c No.Jar 5 39c F FRANKS 12 Ol.PKG. 39c SLICED BACON LB. 49c


TABLERITE DAIRY
merge Package 1-Gallon Jug*
Solids 1 Lb. Pkg.
Sungold
F A B CLOROX AURORA


OLEO lOc 191.; 551; 2l 1 trq

Pkg.
FROZEN FOOD VALUES

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$ Round White Fresh Green

Frozen Handy-Pak French FriedPOTATOES POTATOES Cabbage Ib 7 C Dixie Belle


101bs. 39C Radishes pkffs-I5c SALTINES

2 Lb. 1 Lb. 19tr
4Morton's Pkgs. $1 BoxPal

Armours

COOKING OIL EVERYDAY LOW DISCOUNT
POTPIES 3--8 OZ. PKGS 49c TREET PRICE ITEMS
y Gerbers Strained
McKenzie No. 10 8 8 r Baby Food 6 for 55c
BABY LIMAS 24 OZ. BAG 49c .Jug 12 02. Can Wafers Robert's Vanilla 18 oz. Pkg. 29c

lc Sale Regular Bars
Protex Soap 3 bars 25cAPPLE
SUN AID
291135c. Giant Package. -' ,
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JELLY JaI Dry 22 Ounce Trend Size -. Only 39c
Liquid Trend Only 39c
IGA-IN HEAVY SYRUP -. Cashmere
Yellow No. 2 Y2 Snyder's Bouquet Soap Bath Bar 13c
3 89tr
Peaches Cans Toilet Soap
Cling CATSUP PalmoliveGiant Bath bar 13c
a TRUE-FRESH SLICED _r1, Package x
Ad Detergent Only 69c
N. 2 19 20 oz. Bottle '_22 Ounce Size .
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' Pineapple Can 3 For Vel LiquidLarge Only 55c
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)IIM MAXWELL HOUSE 59(: SizeAction Bleach Only 65c

InstantCoffee 10 Jar oz. $1.29 Gloss Argo Starch 12 oz.pkff.( He

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