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 14, 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: VID00228
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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JJBFIARY. OF FLORIDA HISTORY of FLA. HISTORY


WoodmenTo Paxton Student Attend

Present Plaques State Science Symposium

Members of Camp No. 10 Two Paxton-science: students, % DEFU
Woodmen of the World will pre- along with their Instructor were e ra
sent an Honor Plaque Designated chosen to attend the Florida Jun-
Citizen of the Year" to a per- ior Science Symposium held on
son they have selected as being the campus of the University of ...J
their choice for this honor fcr Florida in Gainesville on May 3,. 0
1963. Presentation will be madeat 4 and 5. All expenses for the 201 ..
Station WDSP Saturday. May students and their instructor from 1 :.
16 at 10:00: a.m. the entire state were paid by the ... 0
Local Woodmen have beenmaking U. S. Army. The Paxton students ;.J .:,: t: "y s 0 I D 0 0
.
these awards since 19S2. making the trip were Steve c.-I-. -Us! .. lf11 __ --
Those who have been honored Adams and Randy Baldwin acc I'& -_ FLOR 11.Y 1 f,1! r c Number 23.cam
with the Honor Plaque are: Fred companied by Mr. Roddy Harrison VOLUME 72-PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS

Hackett Walter Dannclley Rev.C. their instructor. Local Veterans
Own
U. Leach, M. J. Lightfoot All the students chosen have Our Poppies
Henry Koerber Rufus Daughette proved to be outstanding in ... Helped By -Buddy ( Council A war led Contract

Adrien Rlvard, Charles King science and other areas. "More than one-half of the net .
Howard Cawthon. Pat Covell. While in Gainesville the stud- proceeds received from tie sale
and Sam Rachels. Receipfent of ents were housed in dormitoriesand of Buddy Poppies remain here in '
this award will not be attended lectures by outstanding -
year's our own community to meet the Work
made known until presentationtime. men in science. These calls of our needy veterans and For Sewer Extension
areas of science included problems their families", Commander Rau
On the same program a Con- of space travel careers in of the local V. F. W. Post stated
servation Plaque will be awardedto science nuclear physics and en- in announcing_plans for the annual -
a man selected for his outstanding gineering. They also had a chanceto sale of Buddy Poppies on L Paxton FFA Won 1st "River Road" Has The Ralner.Holland Company,
conservation. work. visit many of the laboratorieson the streets of DeFunta'c Springs Inc., Winter Park Fla., was
the campus and abserve some "The Post maintains a relieffund. :: Sweetheart, Quartet Been CompletedConstruction awarded the contract for sanitary
Thursday of last week a flag of the outstanding research workers into which lit placed all 1 sewer improvements for the city
was presented to the Liberty as they performed their ex. net profits received: from the saleof I of 5.2 miles of at a special meeting of the
Elementary school by the local periments. They could also ask Buddy Poppies," CommanderRau The Paxton FFA Chapter has new roadway In Walton county Council held Thursday night.
Camp. American History Awards questions poncei'ning the processes said. This fund is available t an FFA Quartette that can sing near Bruce was completed May 1. The low bid was $130,416.19.
will be made to a student of the going on. to meet any calls for relief from like the beatles and a beautiful the State Road Department has Other bids were for $137,257.40
fifth grade making the highest Then was an honorable enjoyable our local veterans.. sweetheart name Tillie Brown. In announced submitted by Coggin & Deer-
grade in American history before and learning experiencefor A d As in previous years the Poppies April each year there are nine Road Board member William T. mont Chlpley and $159,046.53 by
the close of the school year. Also the two outstanding science will be sold ;>n the streets I sub-district contests heldString Mayo of Tallahassee said the Gordy Construction Co, Colum-
solid golid American history students from Paxton. Since both by a group of volunteer membersof Band Harmonica Sweetheart road-designated as State Road but. Ga.
awards wil be made to a student Randy and Steve are planning e the V. F. W. Ladles Auxiliary Quartette Public Speaking Parliamentary S-81-extends from State Road The sewer extension system
of the llth grade of the Walton career, in science they are look- They will be assisted by volunteer Procedure Soft Ball 20 at Bruce In a southwesterly serves the west part of DeFunlalc
and Paxton schools. These nwards I ing forward to the time they can .Southwide Baptist youth in the community."Most Horseshoe and Tractor Driving.On direction for 8.2 miles. Springs extending west from
are-on display at Wise Department perform research of their own. Revival. May 17-22 of the money that we April 17 at DeFuniak Springs Work on the $197.895 project 14th street to 25th street and
store and Darley Furniture collect in this sale will remain there were four chapters to com- included construction of a two- from Liveoak to Lincoln avenues.
Company. County Finance OfficerAt Revival meetings will begin on right here in our own community, pete in these various contests laned roadway which followed The West DeFuniak elementary
J. A. Childers. State Wide Meeting May the 17th and continue to help finance the relief and Baker Walton Paxton and Laurel the path of an existing graded school will also be served by the
Camp Secretary -' through Friday the 22nd. The welfare work which we have Hill road. extension which Is tied into the
Forrest McDonald county fin- time for the meetings will begin undertaken in behalf of our own I' A. B. Covell was the contractor existing sewer system.
attended nightly at 7:00 m. Paxton won first place In the the project. live in the
ance officer a meetingof p veterans in need and their de- on About 750 people
TiHANK YOU VOTERSI the State Association of FIn- The Evangelist will be JosiahD. pendants," explained CommanderRau. Sweetheart and Quartette contestson area to be served.
ance Officers at Sarasota last Allen Th. D. Professor of the sub-district level. On May Ponce de Leon Senior Play The sewer system was not con.
want to thank the voters of week in attendance from Wednesday Biblical Theology and Church The balance of the proceedsof 1, the Paxton FFA Quartetteand I ter-. structed in West DeFuniak at theme
the county for the considerationthey Administration at Baptist Bible Sweetheart went to Bakerto Senior Class of Ponce de
The
for through Saturday noon. this annual Buddy Poppy saleis [ it was built because of opposition -
gave me in my race He tells us 135 finance officers. Institute Graceville Fla. Dr. Allen used to maintain the nation- compete in the district con- Leon High School will present on the part of residents
Sheriff on May 5. I appreciateevery from over the state were In at- is a graduate or Clark Memorial -, wide rehabilitation service of tests. Paxton won both. Miss Til- their play Its A Great Life" ot the area.
wantto our
vote I received and tendance. Th top topics for discussion Colege Newton. Miss. Mississippi organization; for example we lie Brown was Paxton's Sweetheart Saturday night. May 16, at the Local funds are matched on a
thank the people of the countyfor dur- were the new state travel Colege Clinton Miss., contribute one penny for each and the quartette consistedof school auditorium. The play will 0-50 basis by a direct grant from
shown
every courtesy I am proud me of law and county budgets.A B. A. Buddy Poppy sold to the V. F. W. Mike Cox Danny Harrison begin at 7:30: p.m. the federal government for construction -
ing the campaign. to feature on the program for Dr. Allen has erved as Pastorof National Home at Eton Rapids Harvey Fister and Clifton Hall : of the improvement.
the vote I received and want They will now to the State
Thursday was a performance by churches in Alabama Louis- go
Mich. This home is for the widow
best wisher to the At Wesley l Church
extend FFA Convention Fish
my the Sarasota Sailors Circus a iana and Florida. and orphans in June at Daytona Fry
veterans. This is
other candidates. high school group led by Mrs. The pastor and members of Beach and compete in the Walton County
Joel T. Alford the only home of its kind in the fish fry Saturday -
will be
state There a
Freeman Invitation contests. Miss Shirley Kirk, Chamber of Commerce
nettye Cutter daughter Southwide extend a hearty "
world Commander
of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Freeman to the people of this Rau added. 'has done an excellent job of May 1. at the Wesley. Community Calendar

Mrs. R. E. L. McCasklll had as formerly of this place. commnuity to attend these meet- raining them. She is the music Memorial will Methodist begin Church.Serving at 5 pjn. May 14 May 21
guest over the weekend Misses ings. M.iss Betty Ragsdale of La- teacher at Paxton. Children
Evelyn McCaskill and Betty Mrs. Pauline Hodges spent the I. H. Martin Pastor fayette, Ala., spent last week with Mr. "Happy" Roche is the Tickets are: Adults church$1.00.Is locatedon May 14 Beach Garden Club -
Paxton The
Hooks of Jacksonville and Mrs. weekend in Dothan guest of rel- Southwide Baptist Church her sister Mrs. LaVerne Foster FFA Advisor and 50c. at 21st St 10:00.:
Mr. Ed Nail l Live Oak Avenue
of Pensacola. atives. DeFuniak Springs Fla. and family. Is the Magnolia Garden Club-7:00.:
Angtline Levy principal at Paxton. Everyone is welcome! Paxton P. T. A.-7:00.: .

OFFICIAL VOTE= DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY WALTON COUNTY MAY 5. 1964"tin Walton P. T. A.-7:00.:
Great Books Disc.-7:30.:
May 18-Register First Graders-
to i d j v ar t Maude Saunders & West De-
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d .. I m .. f g iI I 'a == .. I 8- May 16-Paxton Masons-730.:
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United States Senator :
Spessard L. Holland; 37 99 135 117 154 60 107 67 114 97 311 90 95 576 80 88 111 66 103 578 66 51 280 94 32 44 75 29 57 4 60 28 112 257 4274 Ja.yeeea7:00.May : .
tJrailey Odham. 9 17 16 11 27 13 17 5 15 7 36 25 12 156 9 9 1 4 10 12 46 10 18 39 16 9 5 14 4 15 65 14 28 28 47 778 2O! -Pilot*-12.00.. :
Governor Woman!! Club-3:30.:
Haydon Burns 18 34 63 27 99 18 60 12 31 44 118 24 15 211 26 37 64 27 55 186 16 46 131 30 18 12 33 17 35 0 32 4 60 96 1860 So. Walton Lions-7:15.:
Fred Bud Dickinson 12 30 34 25 47 12 31 19 54 16 72 33 35 174 22 11 27 21 16 160 16 38 73 52 11 11 18 9 17 3 21 5 25 49 1197 May 21-Valley View P. T. A.-
Robert King High 3 7 5 0 7 1 14 1 2 0 8 34 0 165 4 33 0 2 2 18 0 6 8 1 0 0 0 0 6 67 4 54 0 18 470 700.:
Karl 0 4 5 8 13 22 1 4 0 12 61 36 1 2 6 0 352 6 5 10 2 0 0 Paxton nurltan-7:30.:
1 0 4 0 1 3 1 15 206
FrederKickl1 11 51 94 96 106 60 44 40 99 40 243 38 63 317 43 49 74 27 44 297 42 39 221 63 17 31 37 11 10 1 32 3 50 122 2515
E.e 4 9 5 4 6 5 1 0 0 8 13 53 87 19 0 3 1 8 THANKS TiHE VOTERSI
John (Jack) :Mathews 72 1 2 13 4 I.. 1 4 0 4 0 7 0 6 27 324
Attorney General
Earl Faircloth 20 10 29 36 63 17 24 9 26 22 77 27 25 190 26 17 16 25 28 122' 15 20 105 30 10' 18 20 10 18 54 19 16 34 125 1303 would like to express my
James W. Kynes 29 103 122 92 129 69 95 63 86 78 286 88 73 587 82 75 121 61 80 590 53 64 281 86 25 33 57 22 55 10 56 42 105 158 3936 for appreciat'on In' to those who voted
Utilities Comm. me the recent election. To
Public
Fla. S. Brewer 11 19 23 26 39 ,15 21 20 15 13 43 20 20 126 7 28 15 18 23 89 18 12 61 11 15 12 32 8 30 45 17 17 31 79 989 the present' incumbent and his

Philip Edwin L.. (Ed) Mason 30 75 89 60 114 38 82 44 82 80 229 71 69 495 64 61 79 52 65 477 38 41 235 63 17 35 45 20 27 14 48 38 102 176 3255 iipporters. sincere congratulations all and
my hope of us will
Senator ((3rd Dist.) oorerate for improvement of our
State 16 34 69 15 7 19 19 58 48 346 17 52 166 67 12 23 31 24 116
Murdock N. Belser 1 17 11 77 29 5 17 12 5 6 1 3 6 42 57 1418 schools for the children.I .
10 29 40 40 91 11 30 22 44 42 53 37 45 277 16 15 63 22 35 242
Clyde Galloway 12 37 189 28 7 18 23 8 15 32 37 10 19 96 1644 am proud of the vote ynu
Howell 3 12 12 4 60 51 29 819 9 24 16 0 177 14 33 42 10 5 91 10 17 47 11 8 6 27 3 36 33 7 8 61 45 877 gave me and hope we can all
Shouppe Angus McDonald 33 55 91 20 54 16 65 19 25 5 26 69 9 264 11 30 26 10 40 245 19 60 133 63 5 4 14 20 9 2 35 27 13 102 1619 gracefully accept the decision' of
6 20 30 36 57 13 15 5 45 4 26 12 11 122 7 12 17 5 17 the
Sang Mitchell 96 18 19 69 22 20 11 14 1 4 2 9 20 5 24 784 majority. John F. Bludworth.
tresentative (Walton Co.) '
Re James H (Jimmy) Prescott 21 80 79 43 81 27 57 32 41 33 199 79 36 489 37 27 90 28 66 640 26 48 187 80 7 18 31 9 49 9 42 47 85 196 2919 Chapel Hill News
Adoffious Ward 19 21 78 92 113 50 45 32 127 31 87 25 26 205 33 60 52 32 27 132 30 40 124 34 29 34 32 22 5 56 32 4 16 62 1807 -
9 30 35 21 53 20 62 6 22 41 146 37 61 240 38 12 26 12 24 The Girl's
Johnnie Wright 96 19 ,43 187 34 9 3 25 6 8 5 18 20 33 71 1402 Basketball team, of
Chapel Hill won the runner-up
trophy In the Invitational
Judge Ala.
County Jack R. Gatlm 9 40 56 46 60 12 32 15 40 13 54 23 9 251 10 15 49 5 25 225 28 49 104 61 4 21 19 1 10 7 28 15 17 63 1416 ama-Florlda Tournament held in
Joe Dan Trotman 45 89 153 107 205 86 122 56 154 95 400 120 107 706 101 88 120 75 96 536 49 84 335 88 45 35 74 35 65' 64 69 64 119 280 4867 Florala several weeks ago.

Chapel Hill School also
Sheriff 5 8 66 71 70" 30 22 19 63 17 114 7 9 140 20 22 43 17 33 117 was
Joel T. 12 17 96 27 11. 39 19 3 20 1 21 1 29 48 1237 the proud winner of the second-
AlfAordd 28 46 72 19 83 43 65 38 25 61 166 68 24 449 46 48 53 35 37 349
Howard y Anderson 25 44 162 38 5 4 24 16 48 53: 31 57 65 116 2442 pace trophy in the District I
2 37 25 20 36 8 24 6 38 2 63 28 5 168 7 20 8 2 19 158
Aubrey McDonald 24 28 115 33 15 2 11 3 1 :3 9 8 6 50 984 Spelling Bee held on April 17,
Curtis R. Miller' 19 45 49 54 97 16 54 9 76 29 127 49 79 249 41 13 71 26 33 179 20 65 91 54 16 11 39 15 8 13 3f(> 14 39 137 1875 964 at Carver Hill High Schoolin

Crestview. Cynthia Stonom.
gehool'Superintendent 55 125 64 194 81 81 36 70 78 264 96 57 536 74 66 125 61 68 417 [
E. Baldwin 33 54 61 249 77 30 15 76 13 46 32 78 65 106 184 3667 winner of the county competition,
John 79 72 83 79 18 65 37 120 27 172 45 58 383 31 36 42 17 54 346
John F. Bludworth 17 27' 67 165 70 17 41 16 21 23 38 19 10 33 148 2476 won second place In the District.
The Spring Carnival sponsoredby
Tax Assessor 37 95 157 88 165 71 100 44 117 88 354 85 71 677 70 78 125 65 90 570 66 83 287
R. son 125 37 66 67 18 65 51 I 54) 58 118 243 4465 Chapel Hill on May 7 was a
Clarence Hubert Carpenter* **- -- 17 30 36 42 42 20 26 29 52 21 82 40 39 177 26 23 29 13 28 153 12 30 130 28 5 10 21 16 6 14 34 15 18 82 1346 huge success. The faculty wishesto

( u s- 1)) express very sincere appreciation -
County Commr. 40 93 87 111 39 86 40 103 50 256 33 27 464 77 30 83 47 64 434
Bishop 23 37 86 168 68 22 40 66 14 46 45 42 21 65 199 3106 to the business establish-
_ Marvin Marvin Rigdon 31 92 80 52 75 40 73 31 54 48 136 121 85 382 23 64 65 22 49 287 34 57 222 75 12 15 14 23 15 23 37 59 63 128 2587 ments donating to this project.
Thank you very much.
(Dist 3)) .
County Donald Comm. Adair 20 63 40 45 74 33 62 42 66 55 263 48 44 394 55 35 53 38 37 389 25 65 168 73 12 20 35 12 21 28 40 40 79 151 2605 Mrs. W. I. Stinson Sr., and
Jack 26 19 27 10 30 12 21 14 1 139 8 21 30 9 12 105
Barton 4 18 41 24 20 23 86 30 9 9 7 0 3 11 8 7 11 29 824 Miss Betty Owen Stinson left
Hayes Bell 19 21 80 27 86 23 27 4 57 22 76 56 46 198 21 12 66 19 18 144 7 40 104 24 12 10 32 17 8 24 29 10 22 74 1425 Tuesday for Jacksonville to visit
Hubert James Padgett 9 27 45 55 40 .20 24 17 39 16 56 14 22 165 22 33 36 7 55 113 24 10 78 20 9 16 8 7 29 3 13 12 20 62 1126 relatives.Jim .

(Dist. 5) Borders of Crestview was
County Comm. Cassidy 28 37 60 67 54 7 52 31 61 17 83 93 79 180 26 8 34 24 26 132 15 97 -88 46 25 10 14 19 13 5G 20 38 27 65 1632 guest of the Phil Harris on Saturday -
John Henry 2 27 34 21 63 63 12 17 31 10 105 16 2 160 17 48 44 11 10 127 20 18 97 22 13 5 22 8 14 2 25 11 26 64 1147 .

Albertrd 22 60 95 46 82 26 68 24 73 82 285 34 37 497_ 71 13 74 41 8O 462 36 19 215 76 4 33 41 8 40 10 38 21 85 179 3015 Miss Carolyn McCollough of

Ft. Walton Beach was home over

School Board F. Cawthon.Member Jr.Dist. 2 29 89 127 89 116 63 .104 47 113 65 240 78 53 609 72 66 111 57 93 611 42 87 272 95 28 40 59 28 53 24 43 33 57 243 3926 the weekend visiting McCollough.her parents.

W Lewis"BoardWill' Gambtembery 23 41 47 36 89 26 24 26 41 34 143 52 51 217 32 31 34 14 26 124 25 26 124 42_ 10 10 21 9 13 44 32 29 76 76 1648 Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Walter Teddy DeShazo

School A. Parker Dist. 4 30 104 114 130 61 24 73 36 122 37 15.5 86 61 494 59 66 68 22 84 384 29 78 210 65 21 33 18 16 24 52 43 46 77 174 3086 of Panama their City were Mr.home and visit-Mrs.H. .

J.Glenn C. Turner 17 25 67 20 150 66 48 36 46 61 193 40 39 326 40 32 91 47 29 296 45 46 181 77 25 20 66 19 35 13 40 2245 112 2415 ing. C. Hodges parents and Mr. and Mrs.


Constable (Dist. 2)) Z. DeShazo.Louise Kendall of Ever-
36 12 7 6 32 1 94 Mrs. :
Alford _
Carl the weekend In De-
88 21 60 29 17 1 216 green spent -
Cecil! lIarris" 63 5 16 0 25 Funiak with friends.Weather .
J. H. (Speed bal 1) 2 111
Max Marsh 86" 9 12 36 20 2 165
ReportDate
Dist. 4)
Constable {Davis 75 66 558 89 474 242 10 116 1720

Clayton Ralph Rushing] 62 14 291 60" 242 '172 33 67 941 Hah Low Rain
,
Constable ( Dist. 6) ..... . .- Ma7" 86 B7
... 69 218 32 r
George ,Arthur Carter .... I 42 9 360 7 86 55
Calbert Joe Clark 6 41 53 30 6 134 81O Bar 61

J. Victor Ward .. 42 187 29 " .' _.. .: .. _.. _._', : .__ 62 14 334 a 87 62 *
of the Peace 87 6t
Justice ;
Joel G. Thomas 193' : 17 62 86 48 4 390 11 87 57
Arthur R. Turner 54 26 29 3 35 1 148 xa: 99 94Local


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PUBLISHED: EVERY .1HTIRSDAT _, TUB DeFUNTAK 1IRALD-_ THURSDAY MAY -14, I964
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ANNAN COMMANDER ,TAQfthassce for! seme> ejtfbt :years. 'NOTICE Walton Menus ,milk. tnilk.ThurwJajr. :fishwich* tossed salad, potato
t6tnvivorsfnclatle: truat sons, Tuesday.-Hot dogs, hamburgers Meat balls with sticks, cake, J/i banana, milk.
Mrs. Anna P Commander, 78, ]Homer Commantter of ;;Jacksonvllle .1 Registration for children who TVIay 18 22 potato salad,. green beans, mashed'potatoes and gravy: ham
of Tallahassee, for many years a Frank: Commander of Tal- expect to enter the first grade peach cobbler, milk. burgers, frozen black eyed peas Eddie Brown and Miss Betty I
resident of Walton county, died lahassee and Buford Commanderof I I next school year at the Tivolt Monday-MacaronI and cheese Wednesday-chicken and rice, escalloped tomatoes, c hoc o late Paseur of Huntsvllle, were week-
Sunday afternoon ay 3, 1964 Howey in-the-Hills. ; three or Chapel 11111 school will be held with glazed ham slices, barbecueon ham and cheese sandwiches En- cookies, rolls, milk.FridayBarbecue. end guests of his parents Mr.
at Oak Grove Convalescent Home .... .. . *. .at Tivoll Schoo Monday, May 18, buns lettuce
.. .lit .'ft, Mi Cc. : :,10:;) and tomato salad glish peas pineapple pudding beef on buns and Mrs Wendell Brown.
following a long illness. of Sopchopjy, Mrs. W. ir. Clarkeof I 1964 from 8:30: to 12:00. and from applesauce, Playboy cookies, rolls peanut butter and crackers, rolls
Funeral services were held at Tallahassee! and Mrs. Howard flrOO: to 3:00: p.m. I -
.m
10:30: a.m. Wednesday at the Sierra of DeFun'.ak: Springs; and T. P. Campbell
Methodist Church in Sopchoppy: 10 grandchildren, and nine grjaU: PrincipalMr. .

with ficiating.the the Rev.Burial Rev. George Richard was Clark in Spragueand West of- trandchildreii.Pallbearers were Laurice Roberts and Mrs. Emory Baker, IT'S TRADE 'N' TRAVEL TIME AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'SFive .

Jr., Tom Maxwell Mr. and Mrs. Wade Bishop Mr.
Sopchoppy Cemetery. Clyde Morris
George Owens Mrs. ChaNes' '- different lines of cars-forty- .,.
Hardin, Reese
Born October 4, 1885 in Coffee Warren
County, Ala., she had lived in ,Langston and Kenneth Clark. Prescott and Mrs. John Donaldson i five different models to choose
accompanied the Senior Class on ...
their trip to Washington, D. C. from. Come early and trade great!

-- and New York City.POSTAGEPAID. w a11M Now that spring's in full swing;, you'll find
I cr new Chevrolets perfect for picking.
I Luxury-First, there's the big Jet-smooth
Chevrolet.Sumptuous and soft riding.Over
700 sound stoppers throughout the car to
II/fRJ'1J' ,. - blot out noise. Interiors luxuriously done
/1i1tf .VV t up in the newest and softest vinyls.
;i Trade what you're driving for one of
these, and you won't want to trade seats
with anybody else on the road.
* ., ' V V \\V Spirit-Next, Chevelle. The beautifully
1 in-between size car that combines smallcar
WITH A \\t handling oomph with big car comfort.
f Eleven different models that you can
BRIDAL SET equip with just about any extra-cost
-? option you can imagine. No place togo
to II this summer? Get a new Clievelle-
1. from you'll think of something.

..V V _: ;' Economy-Chevy II-the car that
k.V V
RHODESSee TOO x takes to inexpensive vacations natu-
I rally. It just goes and goes, and whereit
THAT'S -b V V 4 \\t it stops nobody knows. Eight models
J n= to pick from, including wagons with
SAVE-BY-MAIL enough room to swallow up an eight-
foot Christmas tree. (Plan ahead, we
SERVICE! always say.)
!, V' VJ Fun-Then there's Corvair. The fun
ex r selection of a ---- one with the engine in the rear for
men's and women's -- unbelievable traction. Spring mud
watches before you buy. SEND YOUR CHECK and account summer sand, winter snow-nothing

Rirthda;.... anniversaries ; ,. book in our ready- stops it.Corvette..
The enthusiast's
l car.
and graduation gifts. I .addressed, ready-stamped s Sting Ray Sport Coupe and Con-
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harmless to use art 3 V4 CM.ft.haavy canvas.. hopper. 8.95
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READ THESE SIMPLE RULES
100 WINNERS OF 1200 S&H STAMPS Effective
1.Save this weekend's cash register slips.
2.Check the numbers on Piggly Wiggly's Bulletin Board // WedThursFriSat.May .
3.If your cash register tape number is poster.
Cashier will give you 1200 S and II Green Stamps 13-14-15-16
4.No person under 16,Employees of the Piggly Wiggly nor
their immediate relatives may win.
5.Winning numbers will be posted for 3-Days,Mon.,Tues.,
and Weds., May 18, 19 and 20.No awards made after i Quantity Rights
ward. .
6. No purchase necessary to win. If "Just Looking" the Reserved
cashier will give you a courtesy slip,properly numbered
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Survivors:ilnclofle Uim cons, Tuesday-Wot dogs, hamburgers Thursday Meat balls with sticks cake >/& banana, milk.
Mrs Anna P. Commander, 78, Homer Cocnasaanfter of Tack.con-) children who TMay 18-22 potato salad green beans marhed'potatoes and gravy, ham-
of Tallahassee, for many years a ville, Frank Commander" of Tallahassee \expect to enter the first grade peach cobbler milk. burgers frozen black eyed pea, Eddie Brown and Miss Betty
resident of Walton county, died!' and Buford Commanderof ,next school year at the Tivolt Monday-Macaroni and cheese Wednesday-chicken and rice, scalloped tomatoes, c hoc o late Pascur of I[Huntsville were weekend -
Sunday afternoon ay 3, 1964 Howey in-the-HUls; three i or Chapel Hill school will be held with glazed ham slices barbecueon ham and cheese sandwiches En- cookies rolls milk.FridayBarbecue. guests of his parents, "Mr.
at Oak Grove Convalescent Home ._..-.L:tt_.'s. :.ti Cc. /- *. .10.3; I,at Tivoli Schoo Monday May 18, buns lettuce and tomato salad glish peas pineapple pudding, I beef on buns and Mrs. Wendell Brown
following a long illness. of Sopthop: Mrs. W. II. Clarkeof I 1964 from 8:30: to 12:00, and from applesauce, Playboy cookies rolls peanut butter and crackers rolls I
Funeral services were held at Tallahassee! and Mrs. Howard 1:00: to 3:00: p.m. -
10:30: a.m. Wednesday .t the Storrs of DeFun'.ak: Springs; and T. P. CampbellPrincipal a c
Methodist Church in Sopchoppywith .
16 grandchildren, and nine great;)

ficiating.the the Rev.Burial Rev.George Richard was Clark in Spragueand West of- grandchildren.Pallbearers were Laurlce Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Emory Baker, IT'S TRADE 'N' TRAVEL TIME AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'SFive .

Sopchoppy Cemetery.Born Clyde Morris Hardin Jr..Tom, Reese Maxwell Mr.George and Mrs.Owens Wade Mrs.Bishop CharJea Mr. . -. . . \ different lines of cars-forty- ..
October 4, 1885: in Coffee Warren
County Ala., she had lived in Langston and Kenneth Clark. Prescott and Mrs. John Donaldson :4 five different models to chooseY
Senior Class .
accompanied the on ..
and trade !
their trip to Washington D. C. from. Come early great

-- and New York City. fem. ---- ._' Now that spring's in full swing:, you'll find
new Chevrolets perfect for picking.
I iuxury-First, there's the big Jet-smooth
Chevrolet.Sumptuous and soft riding.Over
700 sound stoppers throughout the car to
AIJ 7ifiIF4.iPOSTAGEPAID ? ".-..- s- It blot out noise. Interiors luxuriously done
/1i1rf --_.-. up in the newest and softest vinyls.
: ., s. t' Trade what you're driving for one of
W. these, and you won't want to trade seats
1L with anybody else on the road.

Spirit-Next, Chevelle. The beautifully-
# in-between size car that combines small
WITH A II car handling oomph with big car comfort.
? Eleven different models that you can
BRIDAL SET f equip with Just about any extra-cost
p- -,. option you can imagine. No place togo
to I this summer? Get a new Chevelle-
? from I; II you'll think of something.

Economy-Chevy II-the car that
RHODESSee TOO 4 x -.- . ._ a takes to inexpensive vacations natu-
1 I rally. It just goes and goes and whereit
THAT'S stops nobody knows. Eight models
s : to pick from, including wagons with
N r enough room to swallow up an eight-
SAVEBYMAILSERVICE foot Christmas tree. (Plan ahead, we
always say.)
Fun-Then there's Corvair. The fun
0r selection of one with the engine in the rear for
men's and women's a unbelievable traction. Spring mud,
watches before you buy. SEND YOUR CHECK and account .. summer sand,winter snow-nothing

,Dirthda; anniversaries "- book in our ready- stops It.Corvette..
t The enthusiast's car.
and graduation' giftsI .addressed, ready-stamped Sting Ray Sport Coupe and Con-
.i. envelope now! vertible. Still America's only true
Rhodes Jewelers sports cars. They do for your driv-
First Federal ing what holidays do for kids.
,a* k 9t) 3 .- .e Performance-And with new
aKjeet Savings & Loan "-a any
b ma" *- Chevrolet you choose, you can
Nelson Phone pick from a wide range of stand-
Av. _TW 4-2321 ard or extra-cost high. performance
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..NnnM..,......."-- engines.Either way, whether you'vegot
': I.yR I I. some place special to go

,:.':. ;. this summer or not, when.
.. .4 you trade for
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HOW MUCH IS IT ,WORTH 'to : one rolet's of Chev five

great high
SAFEGUARD YOUR VALUABLES? j way per- TRADE11'TRAVEI
formersyou'll -

1J rr ONe rf11 \\ travel!

_. THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS-Models.hoWD top to bottom: Corvette Sting Ray, Corvair Monza Spyder Chevy II

____._.___ Nova Super| Sport Coupe,Chevelle Malibu Super_Sport..:.Chevrolet,!. ..Impala.Super.Sport._
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,J. V. LAWSON. OWNER
Rivard Chevrolet Company7th

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tis Street Nelson Avenue DeFuniak Springs, Florida TW6-257I

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1 (SWI i G.a'portable (. sen* Rusted lefts
your valuables against fire theft, flood, :

misplacement...and prying tJ'easIYc'D .M._ ....__..._......_ Gffffffff. can opener LIQUIDWRENCH
know where they are when yon want e ttraumTUMnin COUNTER !

them: Safeguarded at all times, yet conveniently STOOL .a : v' The super pentratlno *- I I
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Safe Deposit Box here today! FEATURE e Sturdy rn.m. chrome loosens ports
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love and war occupies we RevolvingColorfully give you easy,effort.... point corrosion, varnish, scale I II I .1.s....

cutting..aside I carbon or gum. hand praBers
its own place of honor! upholstered smooth..dgs.isaZiON. )Guaranteed l safe Comfortable vinyl coofeal .*...
THE FIRST ,NATIONAL BANK onI stat. j- $-eg an 011' dl... Fast "envlMyp/* uNiy
; ERMEST HEMNGtWS 12.95 l ... :.= ectlon. Positive lock.

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Amerlee'e best..!lino lawn rake IWON
ROCKET Spring beck construction.Makes
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Registered DemocratJAMES N.tr.we hedge. .. shears

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J. ALIASTJIMMY'JAMES typewritcrt motors, ".-.. Cemforl-srlp hemtlte
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FOR VISITING your FRIENDLY PIGGLY WIGGLY
READ THESE SIMPLE RULES
100 WINNERS OF 1200 S&H STAMPS Prices Effective
1.Save this weekend's cash register slips.
2.Check the numbers on Piggly Wiggly's Bulletin Board 1// Wed-Thurs-Fri-Sat
3.If your cash register tape number is poster.
Cashier will give you 1200 S and II Green Stamps May 13-14-15-16
4.No person under 16, Employees of the Piggly Wiggly nor
their immediate relatives may win.
5.Winning numbers will be posted for 3.Days,Mon.,Tues.,
and Weds., May 18, 19 and 20. No awards made after i Quantity Rights
ward. Reserved
6. No purchase necessary to win. If "Just Looking" the
cashier will give you a courtesy slip, properly numbered
7.You do not have to be present to win.

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THURSDAY, MAY\ "14. 1964
SPRINGS; FLORIDA -
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a Vote VOTERS Thank YouThank

MRs.i> yR
I want to offer my sincere thanks andjapprecia-
for tion for'the-manY'hornet'fritnds that voted for
me on May 5.
ANDSupport !Ot the votes tin i my tDiatrict and-1he.ones,that for the wonderful reception and the .
Mild not see if it to vote for me deprived the
One splendid vote you gave me. I appreciate -
peopleof a Commissioner that District
z : wanted to keep in office. the honor, and will work

Commis- the best I can for our whole school
'I have enjoyed serving 4as your
sioner in the Past and until my term is over in system. I want to thank you every-
2 s"1a 'January will continue to serve the people ina
v 1. ZR. one.
fair and..honeatway.Marvhi.
; Haydon' "

I LEWIS FRANK CAWTHON, JR..

: ;RigdonTo1 ; .
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GOVERNOR '14. THANK YOU

"VOTERS OF WALTON COUNTY.

!the-voters of Walton'County.:and ;

especially toNthose;, of"you'whovoted
I appreciate very much all those I

On May 26 ;7 I and work.for1JJe. who voted for me for County Com-

missioner in the May\ 5 primary,and
I askall; 'of"you to let's join rtQge-

I ther for a better''school;program,of .. want to express thanks for all the

Walton Co.r.for the-sake afourbQys) ! favors and courtesies shown me, and

'to assure the people, I will continueto
and education.
girl's:
Build With BurnsFriends do all I can for the progress of our

I again sincerely ank-.you aa ll.1 county.


( W. C. WILL'GANDYt: t John Henry Cassidy






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to express my appreciation to the many voters of Wal- Y 4 c---_

ton county who,supported and voted for me on May. I I @a ; BIG ZERO DEGREE FREEZER,

;;Y(;,, holds up to 84 Ibs.of frozen food!
To the many voters who supported and voted for RiS.'i

my opponents, I sincerely solicit your vote and supporton REFRIGERATOR SECTION
J WITH SLIDE-OUT SHELF
May 26. S :
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+ Tremendous Convenience... .
If you vote for and elect Ward, your reward will '*
i Only 28 Wide!
be two years of fair and impartial service-two yearsof

Representation'to' you-the voters Walton County. 3 Cabinet Shelves Porcelain
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L "2 Ice Trays with wire rack
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"< ; Shelves 12.1 Cu.Ft.Net Volume
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Wilbur Kelly Pastor STATELY -i MANSIONS! )


Davis Lane Baptist Church
Pastor Orvis tllller


Santa Rosa Baptist MissionRev.
Marvin Taylor

First Prtsbyterlen Church
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Circle Drive-DeFuniak Spc., :na..l. -
W. ThrelVeld: :Minister

dllll Presbyterian: ChapelZueheeanna .. e
Road
DeFuniak Spring, Fla. S
Oayle W. Threlkeld, Minister

Kucbee V. Presbyterian Church
Freeport Presbyterian Churcn
Glendale 1'retbyterian Church
Red Bay Presbyterian Church ''
John M. Ash Minister Ap

rislnt Agatha's Episcopal Church J i t N.e rn, x.
'Uev. George MUamTint ,. .Irr w. !a,1

Methodist Church
Circle: Drive West .. '
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Rev. Sam Shlrah "
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Wesley Memorial Methodist '
Live Oak Avenu.
Winston Jay t rV+a 1a

Freeport and Portland
Methodist Chinch
.J. D. Renfroe
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Bruce Methodist; ChurchJ
J. Snodcrasa

Alaqua Center Ridge MethodistJ. :;
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A. Anthony Jr.

Darlington Methodist Church
Rev. C,_ C. Coivin

Ponce de Leon Methodist Church

Rev. C. C. Colvin t .
DeFuniak Springs First Baptist
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LUvcoak & Eleventh Street "
W. O. WiUham, Pastor '

East Baptist Church __ \

Richard illoodworth, Pastor __ .
Baldwin Avtmie Baptist Church
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W. Baldwin Avenue
r Rev. Wilbur F. Cotton Pastor L

l NortliAlde Baptist Church

Rev. Glen Spence ....
Gaskin First Baptist Church I
L. G. Johnson, i'ubtor:
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Freeport baptist ChurchW.
L. Clark Pastor

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Friendship Baptist Churcb"
C. Lester Weekly Pastor
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Gaskin South Baptist Church
Tucker Aplin
Rev.
? Whether live in Yuma or Butte or Concord or Dallas
Glendale Baptist ChurchJ. : Recognize this building you .
B. Birmingham Pastor you know that this is the dome of the Capitol in Washington. And what is more, you would

Church be able; to identify the Eiffel Tower or the Taj Mahal without a second glance. All of us
Lime Stone Baptist .
Rev. Cony Black Pastor are attracted to and enticed by faraway places. And yet we I tend to ignore and take for
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New Harmony Baptist Church 'I I granted things and places of interest and beauty at our very "back door.

Rev. Kenneth Klcklighter i a Our lives too, have lofty domes and towers that we may be unaware of. We develop ,
Oak Grove Baptist Church think we've done everything necessary
Kenneth Wadle Pastor our physical bodies, our personalities, our talents, and wa
Paxtou Baptist Church ,. for'happy living. Yet it is a fact that unless the fclgker, spiritual life of man is

Charles Kerby Pastor developed also, lasting happiness is impossible.!' And when we live entirely on the materialistlc -

Rev.Pleasant James Judge Kinchin Baptist Church **** level,.wo are only half alive. ...

and look to t1 ':i' ;":)>'.!'?' (tall! volntial by joining and sup-
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Open your eyes
Freeman Smith Pastor : porting: the church of your cho!. -. ..
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Red Bajr Baptist Church
Rev. T. R. Padgett Copyright 1964.KoUter AdreHiwng esnssp'", t b. VA. '- -

Sowthwlde BpUst Church -T.e.aay I : ; i-'rlday: Saturday
Thursd-y
Wednesday :
Rev. Ivan Martin Sunday Jlou I
Mark
Genesls:1 King H'Kings< rsaiah Isaiah '
Caney- Creek Baptist Church. 13:8188:3880 19:20-2P ;.5-11 57::14-21 13:1-18: 8:10-17 I
Robert Knox PPastor .L -

Clear Springs Baptist ChurefcRerr. '
J. X* Harris

Rev.Darlington Aubrey Baptist Todd Church These Religious :.Messages are Beina ,Published Each Week in the DeFuniak Herald Sponsored

Liberty>> Assembly.. ei Ge* Ckeaefc

J. W. SingletaiT by Following Interested Individuals and Business Establishments:
ChUdr n'. Home AjwemM? e* OW
Pastor: Guas fowell'

Paxton W. A. Whiuker Atxmhly ol Oeel Veteran's GasCompany Fisher Hardware Co.A Fisher's PharmacyPiggly Quality StoreA. Charles PLUMBING M.-Prescott HEATING

GOOD HARDWARE STORE
West Tend Awemlul/< GM
"11' IT BURNS GA8-CALL U$"
Cary RichardsCluster 711 LIVE OAK AVE. Wiggly B. Covell
Baptist Church King & Co. CONTRACTORComander
Springs : TI ORIGINAL S.lf.Servlce Chevrolet
Harold Smith, Pastor FORD CAIN'S Rivard
Mossy Head Baptist Mission Standard StationGAS Company
Floyd Garrett Pastor OIL Peoples Water Service Da iley Furniture Co. Funeral

Argyle Baptist Mission WASHING GREASING Company Creel Ford Co. Home
Rev. Lee King OF COASTAL FLORIDA MERCER COMANDER. F. D.
Lake Stanley Baptist Chuna Gof's Ready To Choctawhatchee
Rev.. Harold R. Padgett ., Wear StoreN. Electric Cooperative,
RITZ 'THEATRE Wis DepartmentStore Henry KoerberYOUR
9th ST. Inc.
"GET MORE OUT OF LIFEGO -
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Pleasant Valley Baptist Church: PURINA DEALtn
OUT TO A MOVIE" BETTER LIVING-
T. R. Padgett PastorI Western Auto yOU ENJOY
EASIER LIVING WHEN YOU

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THURSDAY MAY
VOLUME 73-1'UBLISIbm EVERY THURSDAY THE: DeFUNIAK HERALD-BREEZE 14, 1964



: OF TAX BALK: 1 Description Bee. Twp Bee.Acres. Owner Amount Description Me. .Twp age.Acre owns ABaoantoe 14L

Notice hereby slven that on the 2Sth day of May.' 1B84. at the hour of by jo It come out of 0 d. thence naD SM ,
It OO noon, at the Court House door In PePunlate. Springs County of norland N W cor of my a acre K 7"t, r l'to Pun 18 2W U James L: Jfe1eDD 5

Ida, tax Mile eertlfleatea will be Bold on the following described to tract. that lies and 1* Coin at a pt on half bee -lJ
pay the amount due for 1967: taxes herein Met' opposite the earn. togetherrteatrlptlon dene aa Lout coot ft line Jl/4/ ft W of NB t i tAL byJoan

with all cost of such Bale and. all advertising acres in NKV4' of MWU our: ol bit1/: *. thence run March Worden
JACK LITTLE: of sea 8 being that. por- tt 29 dug .40 mm JB 118 "
TAX COLLECTOR tion bunted 8 Of &: of it. along W aide of Bt. D rVf/or, Pint Cl .,,"
WALTON COUNTY: present. County rd and d. No. fed to POD thence Information Ctntrr.

Bee. Twp. Kie.Acre. Owner Amount duo not contain .any continue 8 20 deg .
Com 8 ch :B: of NW cor laud North. of the rdA a 18 17 Mltter& Lena Adam 8.87 20 mm n: along rd lilt Sports enthusiast in the fara-
of SWft of SWtt runE13ch.BCch.E tract of land deao a* It', thence tt I>> BO deg 09
7 full Beg I at a pt moo ft mm li, J"6.8 f t to rd Sly? A good sport keep hU

ch*. 8 12.17 H. chs. B of NW oor ofNls'.4 of to POB AD 834 of pear in topflight ahape. From
Northwesterly 30.SO chs I>>E',. of aeo 8, run then wa 23 aN U I.. Thames E. Mu1JD ".72 back yard to boat pine oU
to a t 12 cbs 2H Iks ce I U>> 9SO ft. thence 8 .NH vf NE/4 lea and ex.cvtlng cleaners and disinfectants '
along. W bank of Choetawliatchee from the go to
8 of t or bee, run N there
110 A r. Ward 3140: Work at
1217 cbs to t of beg 20 IN 17 D. river 300 ft. lot UDSO: Beg at NW oor cleanup job for the
68 P. 81JnD/ >Dn. & thence N U9O: ft. thence .
of NJI'M a.* run B 2SOcls sportsman, dissolving creaae;
J. n. Pariah xaio
W 1157 ft of BW! 4 28 IN 17 W Jtx it to FOB being gyp B. L. GUI lU3 >' thence B 173 yds. bnd banishing: dirt with a whisk
Pt of Beg: The !KB cor a part of lot 1 9 IS 17 thence W :40Q yds, thence /cf the .
of Sea 37 thence go WV4, of WL.U' ; of 8JCU and N 173 ;yd to placeof sponge.Here

along see line a dl of NW>. of SBV4. exo aacrea SS Jack D Adair 18.50 beg axe a strip of how:
120039 ft mol : BROW In NW oar 1 IN 18 of laud tut ft wide for BOATING The best boat-

of Hwy No 20O' 1154 of NJo'M: of SW% 8 O. M. Jennings 2.118 ROW across said tract :Keepers hold cleaning tools to :
of a,
Bit
%.
thence run N 88 deg. 3 ON 18 old to State Ud. Dept.in .
minimum: sc-ub
82 min W along *d rda S". of NW'/ of NEUl f vol aa page J3/ : brush wet!
dl. of 2588.8O ft to ',(, of NWU of aK-4j I 90 O. M .Jennings 1.18 and ceo a strip of land mop, plastic bucket, sponges, an.
center of graded road BK44" Of NWS Of 8EH 10 IN 18 20 ft wide along N all-purpose pine oil cleaner paper -
thence 8 08 deg 32 mln Wi/i of BBS .ao 135 aide of seed. tract to be towels an :
all-purpose
0' ,
W along rd for a dl. of OWl N dc I It>> by 143 yds Wed lor t-ouuty; road wax
483.20 ft. thence along NNWy4: W NW34Wofoh I>> t u>ut. 1O acres MOL and polish. Areas where pine oil

rd 230.BO ft thence along I of : begin at SB oor of NH :keeps a beat -shipshape are
same rd 22 deg eke that/ part of NW'2of of NKH; run N 8JO: ft. decks, galley, head, plastic up.
30 min W a dl* o? Si.* K: of Red Bay run w 4lU: ft, run B holstery and bottom
193380 ft MOL. t & Bucheeanna rd 12 IN 18 33 J. E. Howard 12.82 630 ft, B 420 ft to POD and top.
tersection; I of dtoWW.h .NK% of BWKJ NW% of ((8 acre) lea that. por- Bide scrubbing to keep boat free,

8 line line tlJo;.t4> EH Of BK(4 22 IN 18 180 Howard O. WeUer 4UII tion of NH of NB44. W of grime and marine ..
ofosrstt 108.60 J. R. Pariah
a dls of to FOB 27 IN 1'NEH & WM Df 8WU of MWU 32 IN 18 20 H. O. Well e.o4 of DeFunlaK Preeport FISHING Bait boW
bob
of NW 4 exc NEVt D. P. Hlmmons37HJ. 3987 Com at NW our of SB4 road a strip of land 88 and
R. Parlab of N E 14. thence pans everything fuhyi
01 NEU of run K ft wide designated a* )
MWU 34 IN 17
Beg ut Old fence, post recognized D p. Simmon 1141 along 'N' bdry' line of Bt. Rd No. 10 38 :3N 19 175.71 should get a pine cleaner bath..

u. use ..... Cut said fiBU of NEa BH of oofW 03tNEy of Prance* _. Lambert If you're cooking the catch, your,
01 ,... diet of 940 ft POB, : 8 SIT P kitchen will be '
WWl* 01 ;. Ofaec thence,' fee: ee"t 1'4 l OeraM A MeDoaaMU 380 a lot more fragrant -
run 8 ft :
.t., yu N 10 deg on BW cor of 8BU: if dump the
you
2tf min W awls' I tt>> barb line par with the W of aw%. thence run pans from
line of sd xtw a 01 lit":, bdry line of said 40 JC Ji09 ft for pt of beg: fish cookery into the sink Immediately -
U a dl* ot 1.d.W: it acre, thence run B!: 1O9 thence run N :273 tt;, : after cooking. Then;
to run of aiiiull breach ft on line par with N thence run B 79 ft;, while you're eating the
thence along the meander .k bury line of said 40 thence run 8 279 ft, catch of the prize
Qt ad urallch Ken- ,r . acre*. thence run N 105 thence run W 79 ft toCorn season soak the

orally as follows.; M ;43 ft on line par with of beg 14 3M 1* jYlt-atMe Bom**, too :n.to fun: in warm water with a..
aeli I a>> mm w :13./0: to W bdry line of said 40 at SW oor of 8B3& pine oil cleaner in It. Rinse':
ItjB where it intersect acre, thence run W 105 of 8W 14. run In an Easterly .
with fence post pro . ft along the N bury dlr 909 ft. run N well.TENNIS
jected: run N .44) deg J3 line of aald 40 acrea 379 ft for POD, run M Increase tennl
mm .&I. along the fence oJ Nto POB 7 2N 18 U Mid State Home Ino. 37.40 379 ft, run K 79 ft. 8 I\J\ ball life and refurbish the nap

94840 It to a pt on N .. : of HWU 7 21* IB 84 B O. Modal 3103 379 ft, W 79 ft to POB 14 3M 1.* U Woodrow W. laltebem l.os ,by tossing tennis balls into the-
bary line 01 ....c. 3*. a- E t: of SWg Of SW% 7 21* IS 20 B.: O.: MoOall2O 6.04: W. B HARBER8ON LUMBER (washing machine with the regular
tnence run .a: U deg 48mm Nye of Skis: of 8Wi4 7:1N: II B. O. MOCall4O ..04 CO 8-D DeFUNLAK 3N 2* wash. Vlsored
II: along boo t ama BW14! of 8B.U: 7 3N IB B. O. McCall 11.33 Lot 2 tt 37 Blk 8 ; caps can M
of SBU It AfULi to till: NU of 8V4, of NEC 4 of END 8JH. cleaned best with an old tooth-
cor of NWV* of NE 4 MW'-4 11 2N 18 3 Henerltta Laird 300 Cam 2111.-8-D SS 1. 13J4 OecU W2aIae 'Ibrush and a pine oil cleaner'

ot See 34. thence 8 Ol Com at. SB our of SWU Lot solution. After brushing
go over
deg 10 mln W 1JJ7 ft 27.20 D.P. Simmon tt of NB<4 and run W Com at. NW cot of Lot homer An4eroa 383.J9 the cap with a clean
MOL to pt of beg 34 IN 17 J R. Slm on 8 line of 40. 208.75 -, 94. Kam Aker. run a damp
,
N'of Lois 2 fc j eec wn. :a2.30 ft ,for Poll thence run 300 it for POB. run X gponge( and dry It In the sun.

tno toll; Beg at. an old N 2O8.79 ft. thence run 100 ft. 8 133 ft. W 100 To prevent warping, keep yours
.hce post reoognlcedas W 2O879 ft thence run ft N 133 ft to FOB bracket: in the press when not in.use. .
8E cor of NK.U; of 8 208.75 ft. thence runE ENDAERO .- ZBolt 13.13
NWJ 1a of Bee :Ji, ft. : : 20873 ft to POS 12 3N 18 1 Lottie Olpon 8.28 HOMES 8-D 3K Ie 1 SWIMMING '
run N 87 deS 29 mln Lot Balk Fiesta -one*, too.Cakaewn 108.SO Pools, backjyard
W along of NB 2CI8.75 tt IIQ. 10 SE oorof Lot :: Blk l 473 .variety Second only to

'.a a dis solaI3J.BO ft K .t 8W3 4 W NK1%. :: 2N f: 1 John D. Pben'n Lot 4 Blk 2 Meal 3. JUr4y 101.59Lot : [safety aroun
to run of email branch, 4 ..>,... NW14 of 1(11 2N 40 Ella Wilson ... Blk 3 Feed wam- 4.72 Jincsa. You can keep concrete
thence along meander Nye 4 3N 18 80 MoUe Pariah 21.112 )!
rfti
logs of branch generally Sys : bby4 of NEIQjN14 Com where sec 33 crosses !decks, ladder stairs, and other

aa follow. M 34 deg OS of NKy4 :' SKy4. 7 3N 18 10 V. Oadarlan Sf.21 N line of sec run B 397 Ipoolslde places clean and germ-:
loin W a ell* of ;JvOOO. All that part B% o1BWy. It. for beg run B 1O9 f tfree: by quick, frequent once.
ft. N 71 deg 21 nun B >> 01 NW'A lying H B 109 It. W 109 ft. M with
a dls of 61320 ft to ., 01 ru and aU that part. 109 Itt to FOB 33 311 U }" >MM-Ot*te* BOOM* aUO: (overs a sponge soaked Inpi
Pt where It Intersect of Ww ot NWyaof tlW Com where Bt. rd 83 crosses pine oil cleaner disinfectant:
with fence Projected ,'I' 14 lymug W of rd and N line of sea 23. I Otu tiOD.
thence W 300 deg 39 au oat part of NW'/ thence run :K: 902 ft for
mID B!: along fence tua.41 of 8W t4 lying E of rei 8:1N II 40 V OadarSan 14.83 POB. run B 10$ ft
ft to apt on N bdry ... AlA it: 01 I'd 01 I bWy>> : ofNW' run 8 210 ft. run W 31O
of Bee. 34, thence B: ... no U% acres 8 3N II JO .Ard.ylll V. 08dart"D a." run N 109 ft, run :B: 109
along sec line a die of CoIn a. 101M: Cur of BW14 ft. run N 105 ft to FOB 23 3M 19 3-4 MM State Borne :33,46..
SIlO It MOL. to NB!: cor 01 N W y4 run W 750> 11o Coin cur of NBH
of NWU of NE"or bandy Creek rei thence of lIIair.Eta run w

Seo 34, thence U Ol deg' baCk too starting pt. 420 ft to FOB thence
and 10 mln I W a die of thence 1:1 CI60 :t. W WOIt run E to ROW of St.

13J74O ft MOL to pt o Sandy Creek rd. 11G WUlIam Br'DM 7.113 Rd No 60. thence run
of beg 34 IN 17 43 D. P. 8lmmon. & thence along rd o POB' 8 31'1 18 In southwesterly dlr along HALF
420 ft N & 8 by 1090 01. R. Pariah 0987 Coin at NW nor of NK14. ad ROW to half see .ti'
ft E & W in NE oor Of 8X14.>> : thence run Ball line of sd forty thence
of 8WJ4 of NB14 24 IN 17 40 line ti60 It. thence run to where It Intersects -
of 8 H of NWt4 10 Bob Pariah 4.99 run 11: pu with the N Rd No. 60 thence
ofSNWy
39 IN 17 14.SO D. P. Simmon 4U line 75 ft to POD. run W along sd line to SIZES
Tract. BE* of SII:% (or J. R. Pariah. Jr .84 thence run 11: par. with within BOO it of W line
Stt of Lot 1) 35 IN 17 32.58 Paaco Rayborn & the 1'1 40 Ifne 76 It. of *d forty, thence run
Com at. NW cor of NBVi: William B.: WllaonJlmmle 9437 thence run B par with ft to FOB 23 3M 19 :>U Tbeotfore tofln er 13.*.
of Seo. 38, run S 2 the W 40 line 150 It. E l'l42t of SEH of NW
deg 57 mln 30 eeo W thence run W 75 It. ill i W'. of aw 14 of to

149.00 It to FOB thence thence run H 150 ft to "'I' NEVi!: 84 3N 19 :34 F. A. HoC kill 103POB
continue 8 2 deg 87 POB being a paR of
northern
mln 30 sec W 441.89 f t Not of Nhy4: 01SII: 18 31'118 Jessie D. Whiddon 10.5D Beg on line a pt of on L &e N RR makeyou

to W side of rd thenceN Coin a.. SAIl cur of NE14 bdry of sd pt being
11 deg 31 mln B of ett14: run N 405 ftbor roO'1t W of Harbeeon
6O8 ft, thence N 89 deg PUB. thence run N road.
83 nun, w,. Bia ft in Benquala; bavaae 75 f\, thence run W Lbr northeasterly Co old log alongFisher
FOB 36 IN Runnel.. C. C. White '4909 '. ft.r thence rue 4d' i run "
Lot J r. : ; 7 Co' eastern bdxy fIns -"AT ' _
t 4.! Com at N W oor ft thence run Mid State Investment 46.69 line !Mr".aelur _
00I'p bdry look
of lot. 4, run 8 2 deg 150 It to POD 18 aN 18 to 8 Rd. 10. '. .... .
Bt.!
97 min 30 sec B for a Coin at NW cor of NE14of of. ROW of .- S
southeasterly
dot of 13908 ft, thence885dey53minKfor 8E. run Ii on 40 thence In a of
ROW
: line 50 1> it for POD. dlr along centerline twice t tas
10 to
a diet. of 190 It to thence run E par with Bt Rd. Lbr
Karbeson
POD, thence continue N 40 line 75 It., thence of thence
along bearing 8 85 deg run 8 par with W 00 RR ROW. dlralong
S3 mln B for a diet of 40 line 1110 ft. tbenoe. In a southwssterlyintersection of
40 ft. thence N 2 deg run W 75 ft. to 40 line.thenco center line log
87 min 30 Ilea B a run 1'1 110! tt to road to lovely
die of 148 ft 8 In. thence . pt of beg 18 31'1 18 64 Wlpa..m B. Ha&tawa1J 14.CI N bdry line of L at run N .
B 89 deg 30 mln W 210 It; aq. in sm cor RR ROW. thence

for a diet of 14348 ft S Y \:. !TOWN BW% 28 31'1' 18 1 tlllltDOwn U8 boN ;';; BOW an4 o .
to POB OP ARGYLE
38 IN 17 W/J Robert lUSt *** ..*
Neel 43.011 Olyaa Biebards
Beg at NW cot of NE%. S Lot 238 31'1' 18 Douglass lUst
of NE'4. run 8 105 ;yds END Com at BW oc run 0N i!
for POB. run B 38O ft. E 3.4 of NE1e of 8E'4. 8 4N 18 30 A. K. Anderson 8.110 % of Beo: 27. N
run B!: to Western bdryof K 3-4 of SE'4 01 8E4 a 4N 18 300 Ruby & A. K. Anderson a.IID dog 99 nun B alone I GOFF'SReadyToWear

_10. Rd No. 81. thence B3.4ofK3-4: : of BW1t sun line 800.3 ft to N
N-Westerly along w of S 3-4 of W 3-. ROW of L & N RR
line of st rd No 81 to 1 of BEt43 BEt 8 41'1' 18 M A. K. Anderson 2..0 for POD. thenc.e1c nBg 99
wo
a pt B of pt of beg, Cent 20 L
run E 180Wydsfor
thence W par with N' of 8W'4 : : KR ROW llnelW*
bury line of sec to FOB run N 210 It to uulf Oil Corp line.
POB (W of .t rd No. ft. run E al0 ft. runS thence N 28 deg M (Open Thursday P.M.)
81 & B of Hamp 210 f run W 210 nto Olin B along Gulf 011
22 2N 17 S Martha Jo. Wood. 13 24Corn POD St 4N 18 1 Willard Carroll 0.08 Corp property 98 deg
fovraorrfe.tl: :: :: : % Com at BW .cot of 1IeC. 33 lit to ROW of 1Jd TW 652210: N. 9th St.
of BWU thence run N thence run :K: on S bor- Hwy BO. W alone' I00 deg
along bury line of Bald der line of said sec a 9 nun 90
forty a diet of 210 ft, S dust. of 110 yda for pt 191. It. thence d 29 deg
thence run B par with of Deg, thence run E! 12 mID W 78.6IS ft to
Northern bury line of I 70 yds on 8 border 11De. FOB, same being property
aid forty a dust of .. thence run N 70 yds also deao. as follow -

109 ft thence 8 par to I : thence run W 10 yds *: Bold AbStraughn.
welt bury line of said on line par with S border Jones *> O.
forty a dust. of 210 ft. line of said eec. to Arthur Dlppre Coin
thence W along Southern thence run B 70 7d. at 8W Car of NW% of
.,. 0 41'1' 10All 1 Mid State BomM 8.88 I
bar)' line a diet of back o pt of beg 27 thenoe thence
105 ft to POB 1 31* 17 y,; D" P Ine.Bevl 34.40 W of graded I'd or ward 703 ft MOL. -
Com at. BW cor of BK'/i NE'"t of 8W'41 N'W'4 eastward. 198 ft MOL
of sec 1 forPOB of 8W" lees 5 acres Inr to Oult Refining Co. Eaton Real Estate &
I thence: run B 8O cor and 1- 2 acre.o property for POB. thence .
3a
A. K. Anderson 13.13
: 0 eN 18 81 mID
It along the 8 hussy line c N 28 deg
of said aec. thence run NE14 fNK3: ( lees 1 acre 3. A. K. And_ 11,68 E 68 ft to Florala Hwy
N 209 ft on line par Clay pit 17 4N III 40 A. K. Anderson n.33 No. 1. thence N 81 deg Insurance Agency
with the W bury line of NW% of EN ',. 17 41'1 18 9 min W along sd Hwy

said sec, thence run W 56 'dd'N' W sV 81 1 William P. & Thomas 16.1Ae MaI" 191. ft, thence B 38
BO ft on a line par ) & cor Cobb 328Beg dell 91 min W 78.8 ft
with the H bdry line of NW' o f oroy4: :29of 4N 18 to L & N RR ROW AUTOMOBILE FIRE;
said aec thence run 8 8W'4 thence along ad ROW
2O9 ft on the bdry line NW% run E along 8 89 deg 20 mla B parallel INSURANCE.BONDS .
of said ae cto FOB 1 3N 17 40 line 50 yds, run Nw with RR and 90
Com at NB oor of BE:14, Shell Home 3..40 It I'd No. 183 thence ft from center of tract --. -

and run 8 474 ft then- in 8 Weetert; 1'0fr:; a cUs of 193 ft to Oulf
, co run W 310 ft for long the ROW line Refining Co property '
POD thence run 8 21Oft. rd No. 183 to n. loter- line 302 ft to POD. the 1 '
i thence run W 420 ft. section with the lIeotion above parcel. of land We represent STROUT
I thence run N' 210 ft. line dl9Udln see 20 located In the west-
thence run B 420 ft to & 30, thence B along tern portion of BW)4of )

i POD 7 3N 17 2 John Anderson WUUama 28.12 sec one 30 yds MOLo 29 4N 18 1 R01J O. Anderson 3e.l0 NWU 27 3N 18 Owen OU Company 1333: REALTYIn
or NE' of NEV4: of BB
". Com. at BW cor
No NE'" 11 aN 17 5 O. Ie RrcUe; 27.80 Com ]65 ft W 20fcrowhere % of NW14 of Sec. .
NO. Real Estate since 1900
St. net 27 run N on aeo
f of 8KI of NE14" of the E line or E% of line 390.9 ft hale on
8145 11 3N 17 5 MlDDI. 'Lee 8iplpsole ...84s E14 of NW'4 of 8114: southern bdry line of New Location

NEof NWyi of NE or thence run W B2t,1,, ft. 8t Rd. No. 10, sd pt
11 3N 17 5 Kattte Orice' 8.M thence rim S to N side of beg being at right Lake Stanley

of SW Y. of NEy4: of of rd run E 82'. ft with center line
GE angle
S 11 aN 17 Ii 1GtUe Ortua 8.M t.o POD being ID EYs of and 100 ftaouthwesterly
of Hwy
:01 BS'4 of NWye of 8W'4 of NW'4 & IItI: -:.::191'Wd there TW 6-4441
NSe, 110 3N 17 Ii Vsrle Whittle 11.113 of Eb4!: of NW't of Altb & .1_ K. thence aouthet-.
of ao IN 17 80 01. 31. eaaweU 21.112 20 18 18 u 38.110 from;
southern bdry
:
NII4 = 12 erly on DeFuniak Fla.
W or where Springy
.2 of WHof rd1No. line of ROW of Hwy ,
Cum E
8W'k3ofoE\4 run 20 rl"O S No. 46. thence southwesterly -
W 2 : ft. for POB. run line of E'i, of E'it 01 114 ft for POB.
W210itrunB21010frun NW'\ nf SW'\1 run N thence northeasterly 80 "
run N 200 It W B2'" ft. run : southeatwardly -
210 "Ef:10p :S 39 3N 17 1 B ft P Inc. 49.09 8 t.n. N elite of St. I'd ft. thence 90 ft. thence

495 E of NW No. ::10. E 81'4 It to POD wevtwardly SO ft to ._
Hour ': being a pert. 01 IIi-!: of 3H ,*- arm >>
of 40 tin.. 82!1i NW'4 POB ulloek
run E on E'h nf 8Wor A tract of land out of 38.
t.h.reof. too and Eft!: of Eli of NW of SEU of
IfE cor the BE U
to 18 ..
ao 1S B.. Construction 00. 1311.04
8 on 40 line *a3 ft.aKt '4 of NW'( Sea 33 3N 19 containing -
W 825 Beg St. 8E cor elr 8W14of 0 8S9 acres MOL.
to N 1 NW'i run W 330 ft.. Com at
si deso as follows: First National
of :; LESS; run N 711B ft to be1or. nun BE cor of Sec 33 3N
109 W 110 ft. run N 210 N 1 deg,
It : &Nby :31 3N 17 9 Lene j, Burl Messer 8.54Be&g ft, F. liB ft, S ::310 R 20 1S 18 01. T. ward 4.40 49 19. min thence 48 run sea W with
NWcr 34 2S 18 20 Paul Catty 8.04
at : .of Mr. NlRo NW1,6 ofCNEttD 38 18 east line of sd sec for a Insurance Agency
:
STEN
which
lteU,'. propert, die of 714.29 ft to a
In Book 180 Lot. 3. hilt A W. K. Bishop 8.04 monument.
.. recorded concrete
I Unknown
e.04
tun Lot 4. Ark B 9O
thence 8 87 deg
thence run
page 2A will be Lot 5, BUt 0 John 8. .nclrua. ..04 W with
N 190 this John R. Kaaka 0barI Olin 30 see
the pt of beg. thence B Genn: & Douglas Woods Sf.2'7 north ROW line of a FOR
Lot 21. Dlk
N 105 It, thence graded rd for a dl*
run Davis
Alk E EIben R. 8.04
Lot 7.
run W 210 ft, thence of 7837 ft for an Iron
09 ft. thence END pipe for the POB.thence : .
run E2B 10 n to POD be- run 7 87 deg 9O

ofg8E4oofEB144' NK'4 31 3N 17 H Mid State. Homes Inc. 888 8-D WH, sec of lot 38-3H-18 98 O* lot. 138 3e 38 18 James M. Taaley 1308 deg 30 mln W for .a BONDS AUTOMOBILE Plftt
1300O ft for an
Lot 399! 38 38 18 Poeter P. Burgess 37.2O dls of

:Sat%8W thence oor of=1 W It of lot 298 38 38 18 Virgil L.-ADd_ 13.45END deg Iron cflpemt'he.t'e: : :30 a -.,.... MARINE CASUALTY

138 ft for POB, thence NH. of HW 4 of SW14 8 :3K 19 ao Tara: BraDIIOD ar jo dl* of 332.20O ft for an ,f
run B 70 yd thence BEt4 of NE14: NE1i ofBE Iron pipe In center of
run N 70 ,d.. thence 14 12 :2M 19 80 B. C. McCall 9437 a branch, thence northeast

1'UD70 W 70 FOB; once 33 3N 17 I Mid State Homes. Ino. 83.72 S 10 acres of SII:Portland .branch with the whose thread chord of INSUMANCI
rds to the
W of -
10 I Jame Dawson NWVi 1 lying
a.38
Wtt of W% of BWb 33 3N' 17 and New Home rd 18 :3NJ 19 10 James and Mart Rhode 4.N bearing: Is N 78 deg 50
Lot- II I Lot star 30 )' Beg at BB cor of 8E: 4of den< 29 see E and chord First National Bank
30 ft in NW oor cf the 14W%. thence run N diet of 180.74 ft for an
1* 30 420 ft to POB thence Iron pipe thence 8 7
ff tits ns oot ntsrd' and 28 mln B: for a
further N 70 yds then des BNy >k A Been L.
30 It deep this lot 30 ft o* run W 70 yda. then. dIM of 298.30 ft to FOB 33 at D leaaggm :>s11




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VOLUME: ?PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY THE DeFUNIAK IiEItALD-BREEZE THURSDAY MAY 14, 1964.

SACRED HARP SING \ I"
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FOR ALL YOUR DRUG AND the was fourth conducted Sunday by In the April following, 1964]'' Jack! Don ..rADAIR.

PRESCRIPTION NEEDS named leaders; Officers, C. D.
I Laird, president J. C. ]Helms
Keyor; R. R. Bowdoin C. M. lien-
dcrson, arranging committee: J.I,
C. Edwards, secretary, C. D.i iI
I Laird led two songs, Prayer of-' ; i
I fered bye. II. Edward J. C. 4 ;t
I Edwards led Introduction lesson r
: King's.Rexall Drugs three tunes. ". .r. FOR
Names of leaders for the day:I
C. D. Laird, J. C. Edwards. O., t I
B. Hicks, C. B. Edwards, W. !
I Wooten, L. D. Simpler, C. A't COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
Cook, E. N Chamberlin,
Dean. W. J. Nails Riley __L
C. M. Davis, W. W. Thames H.
F. Scott", Recess I
C. D. Laird, W. A. Wright,
.. Cosmetics Gifts- All Occassion Cards Fred Kelly, Pam Kelly, Martam\
Dean. Gloria Laird, Eleanor Dean, -
li"> Wavalee Bass, Glendernell Kelly, DISTRICT 3
Fora Padgett, Katie Weeklfrs.\ .
Phone TW 4-2281 J. D. Wooten. Recess.C. .
'..\ D. Laird Monroe Teal!, JohnT.
Bonner, Cleve Wicker T. E. Willing 'work.
IteFUIttAK SPRINGS FLORIDA Potter, J. C. Helms, Mrs. Bose- -
man. Alva Adams W. D. Ross, LEVEL-HEADED and ECONOMY-MINDED.
T. W. Loftln, C. M. Henderson. t

Afternoon D. Laird, Easter Early, anthem Zorne,, by T C.C. lIe favors participation in the surplus commodityfood

Padgett, Phonso Landlngham II.
C. Edwards, S. P. Wilkerson, program for the needy of our county.
Charity Padgett, H. D. Davis, M. .
M. Padgett, Mrs. Mary Wbodall, Although a diabetic he is a hard worker earning an
Nora Broxson, Mrs John Bart-
lett, Jack Vann, Miss Norel Dean, honest living by the sweat of the brow.
TO THE VOTERS :Miss Mary Bass, Eleanor Dean,
R.W.R.T.Bowdoin.Nail, Mrs.! T. CC. Padgettt, He will WORK for you as he does for himself.All .
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Of Walton. County. tt Then In by order request until No.the 412.fourth Dismissed the people of the county will be proud of this
- Sunday in April, 1963 by II. C.
........ Edwards. young man as a MEMBER of the BOARD OF COUNTY

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COMMISSIONERS.
LEGAL NOTICENOTICE

I deeply appreciate honor have bestowed '
you OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notion la hereby given that I. Howard JOIN HIM ON MAY 26.
"Andy", Anderson Sbertff of
on me by electing me (your" County Commissionerfrom Walton 1 County. Florida by virtue of
an execution iiwued from the Walton
County Small Claims Court on April Qualified through EXPERIENCE Trained through
Dist. No. 1)) and I take this opportunity to expressmy 23. 1964 In those certain cauarn therein
pending In which Fisher Hardware
,-':** '..*" Company wa Plantlff and Dewey HARD WORK. Capable through EDUCATION AND
heartfelt thanks. Wilson wa Defendant and have
levied on and will sell at public auction
to the highest and boat bidder
ABILITY.
for tech In front of the court housedoor .
in DaFunlalc Spring Florida
during 1. 1064, ,legal the following hours of described sale on June property Thank you for your vote in the first primary.
to wit I
I
Sincerely, One Used a M O Truck I. D.
No. F248219534: Tag Number 36- lIe will appreciate your help on May 26.VOTEFOR'HlM.
Bill OK-931.of Sale at coat! of pureh....'..
Howard "Andy" Anderson
r Kherlff. Walton County
MARVIN BISHOP 4t: May 7.1t.U.28VOTE: Sa

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the voters of the county for the splendid vote.they grave ing: nominating as a member of the Walton


me for another term as your Sheriff.I DURABILITY CHAMPION! County Board of Public Instruction.

appreciate very much this,confidence! .you showed

in me and respectfully solicit your vote and support for sales' 131- I will repay your confidence by working to the

; :" '' a second term. UP

' I, I very best of my ability for the betterment of every
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Glenn A. Parker

ANDERSON Still 5 priced out of below 6

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Amount Limited choice Your
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styles Discontinued t eIeIr tit J\IIctd Ends and Odds
Value $1 Regular 29.98 to

SOCKS MENS r.r Deportment i1SUffS.lW$ DRESSESValues LADIES I.

Group Special J._ Seltetila Special : Grout Special


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Pair' !now up Stock 5.87Pair y
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Choice Your .
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Cotton %100 Styles New ':
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Price Sale I Sizes Broken early here Be
width in. 45 to 36 $13.98F to Values ,1 only Sets 28
Colors Good E CLOTHS DISH ., Sizes Broken
y'S Colors Assorted I SHOES LADIES styles
1 6.98Good to Values
4 ,
I MATERIALS Purchase Special t
GROUP ONE SETS BERMUDA
Dry Drip !STOCK ENTIRE ;'

Value $1.00 Regular RE-ARRANGE AND DOWN MARK Pair GIRLS
Purchase Special 1.87Each THURSDAYTO DAY ALL CLOSED STORE 3.97Pair 2.97 Gr.DUP SMALL

sell to Priced 4
Styles and Sizes Broken 'lTIITITITl.i1R'fj: ;. ffiAATf"i1AAIT; llfAi1\Tj SMftilBra Style Sizes Broken .
Patterns Good
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Brands Advertised Nationally Featuring S
SHOES CHILDRENS
3. BLOUSESt !FAMILY ENTIRE THE., FOR SALE
LADIES -MONEYSAVING P&CE-SLASHING RIP-SNORTING TRULY $6.98" to Values Yir+r '1

Selection Special A !WITHHELD -'NOTHING STORE ENTIRE THE Selection
MERCHANDISEIN OF PIECE EVERY AND EACH
csnta- Per 20

57cYard 97cEach iON:: 4.87Special Reduced
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out closed be To I. Choice Your Tailored Well
Patterns Pleasing colors.. Assorted, Sues Broken Styles Good t
Colors r 36 X 24 Patterns. Good ..
MATERIALSAssorted back Skid Non WILL POSITIVELY YOU 8t.JIII Gal COATS SPORT *

ASSORTED RUGS SCATTER 1Iml\i "A" imAiI\1A'i Ai4\i lR1 _j SHOES: LADIES and SUITS .

Yard Selection$2.98 to Special Values Purchase -- !HISTORY, WISE'S IN DUCTIONS $8.98 GROUP to Vahws MEN'S
Pair RE.GREATEST ATTHE SALE ON GO WILL STOCK of Stock Entire
Pair
BRANDS FAMOUS ENTIRE OUR WITH THESE
1.87Pair SAVINGS. STUPENDOUS AT ITEMS TIMELY 3,87Pair
OF DOZENS ON MARKET THE SCOOPED WISE .
choice Your t. ,
sizes Broken choice'out,closed be To o'
colors Assorted .
Patterns. Sizes Broken
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$4 to Values Styles Better

PANTS DECK SHOES LADIES 1t S. w
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BOYS $7.98 to Values ''

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!go they Out 1.57Eaclt r Pushers Pedal
in Values Good tA
BlousesSets .. .1i.4... 2.87Pair Sizes and Styles Broken ,,
Skirts choice Year 6.98 to
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$12.98 to Values Styles Newest Il
$3 to i. !oat doeeq be : SPORTSWEARValues :
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2.1s SiIs *Sfc BrokenTo'.
Styles Broken LADIES'
LADIESSPORTSWEAR SHIRTS SPORT $5.98 to
Selection Special t' GROUP ONE
BOYS SHOESValues LADIES
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Materials Assorted e i I "Table One .-.. I and patterns colorsOn --
Patterns New I \' Assorted
materials Woven
ix?Sk DRESSES 0 Sleeves .


; \ Summer If CHILDREN'S Stock& Spring !SHARP 9a.m. FRIDAY STARTS SALE .SPORT'SHIRTSShort Purchase$2.98 HENS Regular Special ,




Tables the Bare Shelves-And the Racks-Unload the Will-Empty That Prices




ONCE I -AT SOLD:I ORDERED I ) STOCK OF BULK T ;


PercentEntire 15 1.00Each ,


Regulars and Reduced Patterns Htlfs! ,Juniors New MORE or %50 to 10 SAVE POSITIVELY YOU Summer$3 sizes Buys to for Broken Vanes Ideal Real

Styles New Styles Good

DRESSES LADIES SHIRTS KNIT

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Amount Limited
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$2.98 to Values SPRINGAND Numbers Discontinued
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Sizes Broken tt Ladies

PAJAMAS CMS SUITS BATHING


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ONLY- DAYS $1.87 and $1 y

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SELLING( BIG! 9 Choke Tow-is As Bays Wonderful
Buys Real t Summer for Ideal .1
styles and sizes Broken. Ends and Odds
Department Styles Good

SHOES LADIES --. IL _ iI DRESSES LADIES

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THURSDAY..MAY\ 14, 1964

VOLUME ?PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA: y

... ers, and the Employer-Employee entire high school in cooperationwith '.
Club an engraved plaque and fifty sliver activiti Second place was won
Walton DCT dollars This is the first year' by Bartow High School, and third Banquet. Walton Is one of the the Library Council. na'y _
Wins First' PlaceIn such an award has been given. place went to Apopka High few clubs in the state who invite Another major project for the
It was sponsored by the Sears School. Other areas of competi the faculty to attend the EE year was the completion of a
State ContestAt Roebuck Foundation and was tions", and "Statistical Survey". Banquet each year. All membersof conference room in the DCT
presented In silver dollar-s in "School Service", "Public Kela- the club attended the District classroom. The students celled the State Leadership Con- honor of the 25th anniversary of tions", and "Statl&ticala Survey"Walton Meeting in Panama City last the room, painted the walls, laid
ference of Cooperative Education Florida. Competition entered an exhibit in only November. They also entered the tile on the floor; refinished a
clubs in I
Clubs of Florida, the Walton DCT DCT to all clubs In the state the one area of "All-around Club 1 first prize winning float in the chair, desk and cabinet and
Club received\ the first place was open on the Activities". hcmccoming parade. Throughout purchased curtains. This was paid \fl comm l1th
award for having the best all- and was Judged lSO and percent CO percent Some of the activities in which (the year they have operated a for entirely by the students, and
around club activities program in activities program these the club has participated this school store for the benefit of was done during their free timeat
the state. The award consisted of on the exhibit portraying year included a fish fry spon- students and faculty on the night and on Thursday after- .
sored by the DCT Advisory Com- campus at Walton. In April they noons. No program of activities
mittee for students and ernploy- sponsored a book fair for theDescription would be complete without some
social activities. These Included
May a Christmas Party at Mom and

FREE-- During See. Twp Rie.Acres. Owner. Amount Dad's Fort Pickens Restaurant State and Park a picnic duringthe to The training and the professional discr.Blluon .

Beg at SW' cor of EH of both your pharmacist and your phy-
of SWU of sea 2 running spring holidays. avail
Green Stamps of the finest drugs
1000 Free S&H N 1087 H ft for extremely assure you
POU run E 102 ft. thence The DCT Club is for your particular malady. Remember:
With the purchase of a N 73 ft. thence W proud of this accomplishment and contains the order that{
102 tt. thence S to William P. ft Jeanne piece
Freeze during: the month of May! 38.10SoD wishes to take this opportunityto save a life or alleviate suffering: so. be
Deep POD 28 23 :21 O'Neal thank all the people in the pharma
OP EH LOTS 2Lo' 'you have it dispensed by your
been so
SWU OP BW% 28 28 21 community who have as your physician directed. You can be
10 Newton. O. Cox 1003 helpful this year. Without this to SERVICE
END of this when you go .
of activities -
WS20 ft of BHU 20 28 21 31H Unknown 1882 cooperation, this program DRUG COMPANY.
Com at NW cor of fractl would not have been pos
8W N. run 8 along 1 sible. Special thanks go to the One of the nicest services to be addedin
deg W along moo aloe
1405 ft thence 8 82 employers, advisory committee, this area in a long time is the new Cata-
deg 24 mln E 200 ft to school adminlstsation and Service by WESfEKN AUTO ASSOCI- F
FOB, thence run S tU and log J
deg 24 mln E 200 It ""- faculty. AlE STORE. You can enjoy the convenience
thence 8 1 deg W ':52 'of real "arm chair shopping". You
.
of Quit
ft MOt. to water .
of Mexico run N wrotech' BIRTIH ANNOUNCEMENTMr. can shop at. your convenience any hour of
along shore 1:ao the day or night. Just let them know what
1 200 ft MOL thence N 1 h
1i I den E 763 ft MOL to and :Mrs. Thomas E. Whiteof you want and they will do the rest. I know w.. ;

I II POB hwy exe No.: loo 98 and It ROWof Ainu. : Thomasville, Ala., are the .you'll find it easy . And fun. They guar- .
Com at NW cor of SK'i:' proud parent sot a daughter, antee satisfaction on every item or your -
run 8 1 deg W along Jeanie Loree, born at 7:47: a.m. back. .
Ids I n 82-o dell line 24 1405 mln ft. run E <00 8 on :May 8, 1964 weighing 7 pound. money FREE PLANNING advice is what you get
= ft. thence N par with They have one other child a when you do business with McLEAN FLORIST
W deaf. tine to of N line sea line of BW'i first son Wesley Howard White. DeFuniak Springs. They render a
thence W along said ceo. -- Mrs. complete catering service for aU occasions.
line to FOB 3i> ra 21 F. N Btallworth Jr 226.23 Maternal grandparents are
8-D OP 8OP BED 30( 2f 21 Geraldine Banks of Kansas City II They are equipped to handle all of your
Lot Lot 52 Jason Holland H M.Papanlcolas Carder 8.04 6O4 Kansas and :Mr. H. D. Banks of floral needs, so the next time you are planning
5
Lot 53 Mlllarrt D. Stewart 5.04 DeFuniak Springs. a edding party or special event don't
Lot IIJ: Russell. Bvron StackbouM 53.87 "about the problem of decorating, just.
Lota 113-114-129 & S:: 18 Herbert Wencel. 7C888 Paternal grandparents. Mrs. worry
It of lot 115 Back aue'...a>ent. for 1M1 taxes and the late Mr. consult McLEAN FLORIST.I .
END John White, Sr, will look most lavish
PRANQISTA BEACHeD White Sr. of DeFuniak am sure you your
John ,
33 28 21 this summer when you go to the beach or
LOt A 01 Prsnifl..t: Springs. devastating swim suit from
in :
J lake a ;
1 Beach S-D and the P'u-
terly 5 It 01 see 31 .,x- Ford H. Jones of DeFuniak CARP'S.; You'll have fun choosing one for I
tending from Southu'ly the- newest fabrics.-darling II
in '
been delegated by they come t
aide 01 US Hwy No. 08to Springs has
waters edge or Oult Life Insurance Company of cottons sleek nylons, lastex taffeta ana ;;
of Mexico. which ts 6ft others-all in the prettiest colors and
Cajoles the weet..rly'd. Georgia to attend a conferenceon many
PHILCO 01 ewe 33 Avlll G. FlnkelstelD eD.OS life insurance service May 20- Whether you want to be a mermaidof
Lots B-C-D &I E Avlll O. I"Inkel.teln 1056.15Lot. of the sand CARP'Shas I
F-O-H.l Avis G. Finkelstein 32.110 22 at the Broadwater Beach HotelIn tne sea or a siren
END Biloxi. Mr. Jones has been B charming swim suits for every figureT.FLORIDA:
''
as low as -!; FRANOISTA BEACH 13'rLo Life of Georgia agent since 1950. .I am not scure that
ADDITION 29 28 21
18. Bllt 0 P. a. Motley 8.04 He is a member of the company's GAS CO. knows everything there is to know
,
$219.95 Lots 17. Bill: D Foster F. Burgess 8.04t about installing a gas system but I am
of out-
Lot 4. Blk P Carolyn B. O'Danlel 5.04t Honor Club composed
'1. Blk P P. R. Motley 1..113JND standing agency leaders. sure they are as well qualified as any gas
Terms at bank rate interest t !: company in this area. Their many years of
II experience and constant practice of their

APPLIANCE CO. trade is one of the reasons you find their
CITY TIRE &
customers so well satisfied.' Give them a
call the next time you need Butane-Propane
120 West Baldwin Ave.

DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA \ DGETJirnCEhWESTINGHOUSE My family gas.and I are leaving on vacation -

1 B in the very near future and husband thought]
it wise to pay a visit WHEAT TIKE I
SERVICE and have a new set of tires put
on. He says "He has a lot of confidence in!11"
"R 1000 S&H Green Stamps FREE CHEST-TYPE, FREEZER Wheat and isc sure our new tires[
are the very finest money can
during month of May with purchaseof among dole J''"
Make your vacation a pleasant one by

Air Conditioner likewise. Did you realize that year after year more

CAPACITY! and more of your favorite TV shows are
BK NEW 1964PHILCO .. J RCA Victor New Vista Color TV gives you

1";'. more pleasure with every season. Come in
and see the new fine-furniture instrumentsin

Noiseless: . a wide selection of styles on display at
[ .
,.,." : RAINBOW ELECTRONICS, INC.


DAD'S RESTAURANT still has those!

fine steaks they are so well-known for. I
HIGH PERFORMANCE; can tell you from experience you won't find

.,rr11liJ a better one *in this area. The key-note at. II
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER f MOM AND DAD'S is cordiality and con-
sideration. These are the secret ingredientsto

a good meal or good party. a .

FOR TilE t MEN I suggest you make
M1LLJ<,,U' the family shoe store your
headquarters for shoes. ,They handle the
r first quality line of Bostonian and for the
FULL _I economy-minded they have the popular Bob
:Smart. For the working 1 suggest a
]p pair of Red Wing Shoe lemon ci been popu-
CIRCLE .ar WIth the man who demands most
NIi I fi ... footwear.
OUT-FPONT ,roill You have bought the best quality baby

AIR CONTRCH chicks you could get at HENRY
.- You have started them on
to profit with all the care you them-but there's still a long way
DIAL THE AIRFLOW, before they can, start making JOEkII"DER'S.
you. If you get poultry feeds,
IN ANY DIRECTIONFOR medies and other poultry supplies at
RY KOERBER you'll find your !
DRAFT-FREE,, 1 easier and a tot more profitable. I"'

WALL TO-WALL COOLING Does your house need repairs of any
-
; kind Are voir planing to remodel or mOd.

Controls Automatic ernize your home? uSHER HARDWARE!
I Pushbutton COMPNAY: covers: all types of work and
Thermostat Special Ventilation Con. II' they are ready to give you a free estimate

on the job you have in mind. For more
Space Saver Cabinet..
trol Compact M.4i. root than a& years FlbHEKTS have satisfied

Do-it-yourself InstallationPHILCO e 740 Ib. CAPACITY OVER 21 ft. f. owners by giving them materials and labor
7ACU' .. SEPARATE QUICK-FREEZE COMPARTMENT w-. ._ __ that measure up to the highest standards }
Choose from 7 e RUST-PROOF PORCELAIN LINER PLUS I like all of the five popular models of

cmf: decorator front to 3.YEAR TUMBLER FOOD LOCK SPOILAGE WARRANTY Chevrolet but there is just something about. po;
match your room decor SAFETY SIGNAL LIGHT a Corvalr. I know you'll fall in love with 1"". ..
... .
"01..'..,. Models with, INTERIOR LIGHT this wonderful buy. Drive a Corvair on a ...;;.;{"
CERTIFIED CAPACITIES COOLING FROM 2 LIFT-OUT BASKETS stop-and-go shopping trip or jaunt in the .
A srsn .700 to 16.000 ftTUHftSPrices PACKAGE DIVIDER AND WESTINGHOUSE' country. Take it in any kind of traffic on ",
--- start a..low ss BUILT-IN QUALITY any kind of surface, over any kind of terrain

I in any kind of weather. There'll be no tw
$169.95CITY $ 95 doubt in your mind that you are driving a "
i very special kind of car. See them at RlV- -

299 ARD CHEVROLET COMPANY.

p.,we.a I am STUr.e.tnat a Savings Account at theIJ
I gw Philco T Gerlnicldal l A'--n FIRST NATIONAL HANK help make ends
= PeleeH meet. Whether it's money for expanding.
your home business, education for your:
e r r l a filter has children, or that "rainy day" fund for emergencies -
,1r t s "' two layers $19.95 VALUE save now for the future. With a

for better Savings Account: you can obtain that all "-
k filtering. SCOTCHPAK important feeling of security. Whether it'sa
FREE Savings Account a Low-Cost Loan or
H any of the other services offered

. '. I am sure you will find the easythriftyway
.. to cut time and save money is to shop

aroT/l.a TIRE & APPLIANCE CO., COMPAI AY Jl' at where CASEY'S you find IGA all DISCOUNT of jour food FOODLINER needs in

PHttcoi GULF POWER one store . And where theY are all low II .
i LYAc WEO 120 West Baldwin Ave. IL I FLORIDA priced to stretch your budget. Try CASEY'Sthe I
DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA APPLIANCE HEADQUARTERS FOR NORTHWEST next few times you po shopping for
_L I your. grocery need You will see for your.

10 Y% Discount on all Conditioners r you .h always*>. high[ find.quality and excellent savings -









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VOLUME PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.! FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1964


rwr pUun 11.e. 'rwp B'..'''.... Owner' Amount -
UvM-rlpiion! see. Twp Rge.Acrea Owner Amount Beg 105 rt N or center Ll unptloa gee. Twp ....Acre. Owner Amount
com, ME. "w cor of NW 1. 1M 18
uf E: line of Blk U:14 3.4 George 1. Caswell 4.21
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.. 01 I *.... run N boo run N 105 ft. W 140 ft. (lulu .t SB our ot "S'4
13t'A/JMb ib iwr rein. thence run for POB. 8 105 n W UI and run N 210 ydsw
$.tII ft ;AMI, II.. run b two it. 70 ft. 103 ft. E 70Com w yus. It: 210 yds.
UU U" A>U It, run W two ft to :0I h 70 r II 18 211 :3 Paul Cutta 211.00
T fort it W rub M :3N3N t. a Willie Wlggs 30.30 at BE cur of lot Creatvlo" Investment Co. 30.20 4.4151. ..t 5.1 1 con ot 54K14
'= TOWN UefUNIAK 11159 run W 60 n. run 01 Nw''\\.0, ot leG 10.
Loa fl'" 11 N 110 tt run W 10 ft, thence run W 00 4U
o os324 Beryl L. Tappan 8013 run N 60 It run W 50ft hue 01.111 ft.. thence run
U&AlrtS S-IJ OF LOTS runt N 60 ft. run E l' par' with we 4U line
) r0l. :3e. Ac 38V 100 ft, run B 150 ft. bW It to PUB thence
N',4; ol Loft 4. Blkl Robert Kirby: lOfl.58 to POBN Unknown 14 113 cuutwue N on said Ane
r rtiULut 50 It or lot 1064 Di. N. al.rtifl 27.20 JW at, thence W par
ell Roy Cawthon zeal Lot 1664 lees N 110 It 6.01Derneet : 'Wu.h the 4U line 75 ft
Est. J. J, Lmmit
by Clair. Parks *, 1-4 of Lot 698 Mrs. Lena Owen 27.io Bye of lot 1097 Dlllnllid d 21.20 t.h..ce run S par with
MN 1-4 of Lot fcUB Mary Wade 31.W: W 50 ot lot Green 43.09 the .11 llne 1\10 ft tb..n.ato .
J Lot 701 Hubert flicks 2720 B 100 ftft of lot 1174 and R"CIlIO I'un II: par with t.b.11l'W .
Lot 7U4, Mid tate Homes 27 JO It ot Line Uto POl3 1/J/
ot 18
E'At( lot It
*// of TnOO 70S.
.
% Roy L. Bishop 9.2'
Spring Lot 704 Bennie D. Infinger 41,04 Mid Stat 110111. 54.81 yus E: ds W by 140so.
Spring is Lot 7O4k. Mid State Homes 27.20 N 60 It of lot 1178 and NasSinSWcar! :
a season that' bud to 40 tt Of LLot 737 B. 0. McCall 11.33James r :>> It of W'At ot lot 431 tlWot\. SEyk: and
6esiat. Everything seenu to com W. W. FLOUKNOY SoD ioou Eat D..l1a Vann 12.113 h 626 It ot SE3 vf IiW
Oire during this lovely tine of year.. Loisl/J041./ N% of Lot 17. B n of lot 1788 and a .XCI: Corn 7u yds S
iocluding thee and me. Like Helen BrantleyCrestvlew : 14.21 B too n of W'At of lot u' Nell\ oar of and run
a KND 3759 23.12 v 140 yds 8 140
Elizabeth Jllli yd.
.jeweler setting! out trays of glituru Lots 1007. 1008. 1000 Investment 53.81 SoD OP BLK ne8 .N It .11; loW )'<1.. N 140 yda too
>g bargains, it tempt. us to be au{ Lot 1045 Elsie Brown ..04 Lot 5. BIE D Willie Jean Blackman 27.20 It'O IS 111
bit ezttavagant, to throw second! Cum at SB: cor Blk 1517 ENDAn of Jolly: Bay I'OadJ3 14 MaJakl McKinnon 11.52
thoughts the wind And run thence N Ol deg undivided % lot In of NWu ot I:5W: % of
roof: why deg a lain :E: 216.88 It. BUS 1811 exc 200 Orange 1l0)'r. 2.93An .. SWk 20 1B .
not? the "E fa \l1I. tNW'r: III
%. thence B: 87 deg 38 mla undivided int pile sQ la of 10 unknown a.slt
fun of being a W 167.18 ft to POB. 1811 ft Waketll"ld Ilayca: 2.93
20
woman is to right thence cont. B 87 deg 200 llen K ;&OwSOO 100 813 of NK34 oft NW" of IS a 2.4 Drew Pratt lisle 2.08

with 48 8358 ft, n N lit 8 In BE: : our of
temptation thence..nW02 deg; 46 min : Bile 1811 Unknown 4 511or25B 13.Ww1.ere .t Rd No. la2 96 IS 1. 5 William Fisher, Trustee 2.88

sad lose.Where. '' W ISO.21 ft thence N 814 88f Franc. Mosley.: aU7ot and county road going
do you 02 deg 13 min W 16763 Corn ft S NW cor w LaUrange Bayuu separatee _
begin First, by fffi ft to POB being lot 3 BUr Mln B 15 n K!: running along
removing all of Blnghams Palm LakeAddltlon 110 n. N 75 n. W 60 ftto County toad to W elde
i POS H. O. JlAmUton 44.811 ol
'
tract
13.24 thence N
V. Bingham to
traces of winterfrom ( \ 8-D of N eeo R of NW
Com at SB cur of Blk cur of. thence K too
your skin. If 1517. run N 01 deg O6 BUt 1849 3N Ie 8t nil No. 153. thence
your dI1i mln E 34 ft; for POB. Lot e. Blk :I Mid State llamas .3.09 tI along said Hwy to

arms : : D T thence cont. N 01 deg Lot 8. Bllr :3 WlIlIemI, 43.0'3.3"' pt or beg COn. ;a ao- "' __
06/ nun E 182 ft. thence Lot 111. Blk 01 Charles Uowd'n res' MOL and deep as -
seem to lack smoothness and soft B 87 deg 38 min W 83: .:SOft land being 1D the N
B"s1l1 at SB cor ot Blk.eI"
ness,you can get them back into condition thence B 3 deg 13 ". run W along SIwe part 01 a ..0 acre tract
by massaging them with Angel mln W 167.63 ft, thence lU11o U. Sur a'OBE owned b. Carl Maple.
87 IS: mln E 85 ft to With t.n. fo1
Skin Hand and Body Lotion afteryour deg : line lU tt, thence dew Com
POB being lot 1 of unrecorded 3; ch. 12 n N of tiW
thence run 1'1'
bath wow
or shower.This pac
delicately. Palm Lake Addition cur ot Jot 1. run If 10clak6cbs24it.S
run W with S line
par
accrued balm .
pink :
penetrates deeply James V. Bingham 12.M 201J It, thence B >par 3
and quickly to moisturize and soften A parcel of land In NW with W line 165 it. 1 It the to 12 POB.It W 7 C1b8 24

surfaces that appear to be dry.rough cor of Blk 1515 duo thence jjJ along tI line tract of land Entire ed

and weather-drained. Do this every as fol: Beg at NW our :24J It to pOtS Mid State nome. 32.20 lull Deg at 8W derv oar ot a.
day for at least week. of But lata; run thence 3sND herein
dew .
a :3
acre
B along W line of said Com 75: ft N ot SW car par.eel '.
At night before you go( to Led Blk 100 ft. thence tuna : art Blk 1857 run N 25 ft of land running ina .
treat your complexion to two appli- par with N line of : run N iW It, run S 25It. of northerly dr a diet
cations of Pond's Cold Cream. Apply said Blk 100 ft. thence run W 100 n to POD Harold Cloodwtn '..84E all 240 nsterly ft thence dir run In
it run N par with W line 2110 It uf W4 k exo 43ft : 131 It
once to remove make-up.then thence In
wipe of said hilt 100 ft to N K: 41. W by 1)11 ft. a Southerly
-It off with facial tia.ue. Smooth 0" line of said Blk 100 iiCorn 19 & S In NB "rl W lOn dlr 1142 O'l: :: countjrda

a second coat and spend a moment POB B. i* P. Ine. 33.80 ot Eta of Bllt 1571exo All dl.t W ClI Hwy ft No to POD 333: IT 18 Ie I D' P. Hale 31U2

working it gently into your akin. 1515 at SW cor of N Blk N. Mtl883 41. 1884 Jack R. Adair 1.44 and S of Ramsey: Branch -
thence run O s D Or
Again, wipe off any excess with ti8< deg 7 mla E along B: TOWN 01" Dek'UNlAK 31'1' Ie vI UOv' Lot 1. Ieee

sues. At the end of seven days you line of SoD 260 It. thence Nye of lot 18 Blk 2 H. LLT. Heel. 110.12 lung .dew Carl to W. O. It.Vruss .
should notice a definite improvement rua 8 09 deg :SO; mla I A parcel of land in 834 ot L Mapl. nd
oa the general condition and appear* E 500 (t for POB. thence b/Wa/ ot sea 34 lying Bdo : Ounl1rlur 2'1 18 19 D. P. Hale 1111.01

nee of your akin-a freshness that0 run 8 80 deg 58 nun "_' W ot BUt 111113 and Sof : "AUd IJ: 1:511COND: : AD.LIILLON .
E 50 ft, thence run N Blk 1110O and Ii: otlilk '
very much in keeping with the O deg 02: miD B: ISO ft. 11101 and N ot 5k HO ..... .. hilt D a4 18 II
eaton. thence run N 88 deg line Unknown 4.81 ..... 1. 54111. f' N. O. Wright aa./J7/
Celebrate spring with a new and 28 nun 500 seo W SO ft. 0000E18;; S-D 01" BLK ....... N cI5 15. DIE H H. L. Base 6.V4
aN 111 H. A. LaIrd
different thence run B: O2: deg 111111 LurUPlllb 0.04
quite hairdo. Look for
g. min W ISO ft. to POB Lou II ds e. DIE :3 Unknown a.3e BAY BROIU: S.D
In 2 2S It
picture a newspaper or magazineof
being the SH of the ,
,11111 a. Nil cr of Ii1E
owe you'd like to wear clip it out W yy of lot 9 Blnghama SoD fD BLOCK 19U sN: 19N V ill Puts Bay llibur.lolJ. .

and take it to your hairdreiser. This Palm Lake Addition No. ctI:' / 45Dt or Lot I Beatrice Smith 21.20 fUll oI2U U k W

will help him (or her) give you 2 Mid State Romes 83.2\ BLOCK L43u oI said 1511. run 1:1:
Com at SW our of BUt OAK PARK S-D.
xactly what you had in mind. 1515: run thence N along 1916 3N 18 Lea J. w PUB. th.uoesou

Ana finally: lend an exciting color O deg 7 mia E along: Lots 6 do 7. BUt ,A 1.1"'lOle Conner 27.20Wte Ice w b lull a Iw.run of k" loot.eau .June. R. Summerlin 41.
accent to your spring ensemble. E line of Oak Hgts EIIt Ellen yields o 13.111 l'I' Frank J.
6&-: lf kotBLiot Lain IOU U to PUB Brewer 10.24
S-D 260 ft thence B 89 12.
: 43
Choose Lot //J .t
a hat a pair of shoes, a scarf deg 58 mla B SOO ft. Hester Williams 27.80 strip ul lanG IOU It
4jf a dower in any of the clear bright thence S 89 deg 58 minE Lot Dlk .0 Elk D 3tto Mood 27.20tt wino and a..U n. long

ffejds. blues, greens and yellow that SO ft for POB. thence .1 1.3.3-4-5-6/ k 1. DIE r tll E. Lalrd 27.80END : AII auuss> N E sloe exua 01 Uurn BiA at V a. B. SUIDmerlln 1.2

fashion could have lifted from the N 0 deg :2 mla E 383.59 art bb nut of and rho itt
ft thence N 88 deg 28 ot E: 410.40 It
cod of a rainbow..and look. fresh, mla 51 leG won. W of 81.1 it 1930 Joe E. Beryl' L. Taappan 11.113 t 1W"uS06 W std.;1 torrn

as gay aa the season itself. I thence B 0 deg a mID That part ot BUt 111311-1940 It PUB. l
1.au W par with S line
W 385.20 ft. to POB of prolongationof .
lying E all 01 lua .... UIU 1'. ruaa Npar .
being EH of Lot 6 of Second at: and '
"Mrs. E. H. Reese returned Palm Lake Add 14.44 ll1U.llH2 leu a 10 wuu Walta. 01 I _
B. F. Anderson 1311t 10101 by .t s0 at.. run
OAK HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION land r ., ,
Thursday from a visit with her SN II acre along tract B ok. ci Ilk a. pas' with tI line vi ,

children in south Florida. Com at NE: cor of lot A tag II1J9-11HO. M1 10 acre.h..lnlZ 1118. .W It w W sloe of:
Lures 433 .t. tb.uce Saouug
Everette D. H. Wise and running 8 100 ft for more tuur: dean W lode
Yates Cli
POlio thence run 8 100 'fuller: Beg at. inter'sectton arm

Wilbur Gates spent Thursday and ft, thence run W 300 ? of .dtetlLhOnu Lilt air..:: 110 lark' tl"w PUB Luther Brown Jr 13.24

:Friday in Pensacola.Mrs. ft. thence run N 100 ft, line ot Soco : Ashley f.utch..u
run ,j.:III
E ISO ft thence run
run Prank.
oNBeasterly 1.01. 38 lUlL F H. Rwo'-iu 41.
Chalh and Mrs. then a-
Wesley N 100 ft. thence run B
a Seo- .... 4 .. 15. 131k II Ashley Il O a
Tails Chalh of Pensacola were 75 It. thence run 8 100 long B bd'l' line 01 .I.a.... Luther buwm: Jc. 3.00:
B 75 ft d.U4
ft. thence run V <>n<1 tn. pe.rfl' LAY u..c.UVIII IItT: ADD1IUa -
'< ,
Cecil Wise Sunday. e.aiwacdlf
la Oak Hgts '
visiting Mrs. to POD. thence .
: Mldj State'Homes "if- 0671 of 81k 4 2S 19
8-D tin.
Mr. and**Mrs. Torn' Nichols and lei with S 1
u.
/ 1113" IIH2: 811.3 Wti.O. 1 Mltte Moore
Walton Beach werevisi'Nng END % + '
son. of Ft. ., thence southerly r'9; 0.0.
lot H S-U u1 1'. S. Mltchener'eAuulifUN
(relatives in DeFuniak! ltatHt.coJ.J.t run N let with K line westerly o 1U SANTA! _
thence
Saturday and Sunday.Mr. IOU ft lor Poll run N along 1\143. 1:5: 1125.oll lases: nIJoA "A.Al\I"'A""UN II 28 15
l..ur 7
100 run E: 794 ft runS .
and Mrs. A. B, Tappan 1113"-1\14:1.:
of lot 2
Iar
120 ft, run W 185 ft. along BeoondD8tL. : /t. Patrick
and Wayne were called to Geor- run B 20 ft. rua B-Wes S3 acres W. A. Jernlgnn 4600 I. 3 lee. W 1.0 NUUarkev 11.3.J

gia Friday to attend the funeralof terly 65 ft. thence N 48 CAMPBELL'S B-D .. 110 END Carl D. Casino
ft, run W 100 ft. thence 11.3:1:
her brother-in-law Mr. OlinB. run B: 79 ft, thence W co Lots 4"U at BW cur of Lot Roland O. Illgglns 106.SO Luts: : : : '1 : :: f: 1: D. W. Xelog\(

Barlneau who died there In 300 ft. thence N 100 ft. 82.2 being part of !ilk t. a.YBATCIiEK Foster 1". 1"-80"
u 000. urAr
thence W laO ft to POB. 157. run b// 116 n for U"j; {
the Cairo hospital. He was a Leas road ROW being FOB', tun N 6U V run 11nAt.n, It-U: 28 28 1.
lots 1 thru 9 and 11 ft. W",1" tut 33. Wit 0 MR.
retired Navy veteran and had W 110 It, run to80HEIOHT3 Lilt B. A. Devi.
thru 13 lad of OodwinaHeights run E 120 n Roderick II. McKlnnon 30.20PALIoUI.No I. lJbA N J. M Or\nw& 1 8
been in n Government hospitalfor ; 8-D unrecorded: Mid State Homes a61.81 IiND 1.81:

several months where he had Com at SIS cor of lot H Warn. Oak Hgts B-D run dueE Lots 1 ea B1k D Ira W. McLeod 33" Latish. tI-lJ
been ill. 040 It for POB. run N TOWN : ULENDALK LAhUnEi'LE0: 1STA4JO :
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Spence 79 ft, thence run B 100 ORIGINAL l'LAT) 11 414 It : 28 2S II
ft. thence S: 48 ft thence at NE cur ot Lot U. Lilt. 4. milk 8 T. B. b Billie N. Vaughan
and grandson. John Richard of s-Weaterly: dlr 100 BOil run N 110 n to POB. j"ut J. 41. 7:1.: D1k e Jerk D. IUDS 5.65MAUOULIA 3.05:

Malvern. Ala., spent the week- ft to POB being lot 14 run W 200 ft .N 117lkit : .
of Oodwla Hgts S-D unrecorded E 200 ft. S 127H It 8-D 211 28 It t
with the J. W. Newton fam- .ut 8. Bak1
end
Homer Godwin '.111 POD Dl1bert n Laird 118.01 DaQ Huabe.
ily and attended the Spence reunion EH of Blk 1531: and all 1.0': 43 Tom O. French 1.81 LND 111.112
lying bof/ L. Ac N/ RK END \II IIacr. 30 2S I' 10 Unknown
over near Ponce de Leon., 420 JtNwtL ot NKKZ, Df 3.311c
at US Hwy 90 of BH: of 21 10 ft B dt W by
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis, Sr., accompanied BUt 1534 leas a strip ISO Sin: NW cur It !::: ': 34 28 II 1. T. 01. Love
reunion. ft wide off E side of of BWH! aN 2 Frank rrf are a.28 t bit our known as 839Awus
them to the said property Olynn Richards U.12 Start :at the BW cor of I.: Little Ias. and
Mrs. W. T. Morris and daughter B: 165 It of Wit 1533 Sot L. Sheppard: propertr. run l'I' 100 Ide.. W 100
returned RR Eat. D. MaJ1I10wll1t1 e.M thence run N 2OO ft. pus tI lVO 305, Z 100
Mrs. Shelby Smith NH of Blk 1536 R. L. Burton S3.CI1 thence run E 621 ft; to TOWN:: up 36 30 II
from Miami Thursday. Beg 75 ft E of NW cor POB. thence run N' 31Oft GRAYTON Lillian U. WhU. 8.44
Miss Carolyn McCollough of Ft. of Blk 1541 thence IUD thence run B 210 ft. BEACH: 8 2S 15
8 ISO ft, thence run B thence run W 2101 It; ton Lot 5. lilk 2 6. N34 of ;
Waalton Beach was home visitingher 100 ft, thence run N ISO POB 8K14 of BEU 14 18 10 1 James. M. Illnes 7.54Corn lot 6 and a parcel If ,
parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter It. thence run W 100 ft David D and Doris L. 14 cbs 4O Iks W laud uuw.dl.teiv W 'I I
POB L. Johnson 40.06Beg of BBU o' BWH, run cud adjoining lot t. M
McCollough. SO ft N of SW oar W 34 cbs to FOB Llk a surd parcel be-
of lot 1784. run N SOft. thence run S 210 ft; 105 a. part of W K Gf .
run E 145 ft. runS thence run B 31O ft. SLy of tJeo 5 to
50 ft W 145 ft to thence runWo'St 1t.to' uuace said lot have
POB being a lot SO It thence depth Vi :tOO U A. B.. Patrick
N at S by 145 ft E df POD It IS Ie Joe Campbell 8.13 W ,1) U of W 4 of lot ._ 84.32
r1UR.OKs. W In lot 1784 and W 51 Forest H. Johnson and SWt4- of SW'4 of NEfit" ,9IS II and the W 15 It Gf
of lot 1785 Carrie Johnson 7.58 of N ib ,8 19 3H Phillip W. Wise 064 lot 7. Dlk 2 Jack oil Louise Hod"
EH of lot 1785 exo N SOft TOWNOP FREEPORT 18 Lota :3 41. 4. Bik 5 t B. O. MeC&ll 1.34
and lot 1786 exo N B-D of Lots 1-2-3.: BUt :3 113..7
II SO ft Unknown IS.18 Lot D Drew Pratt Hale 2.08 JJU'I'LlCWS SECOND AD-
B UN END Ull iON 1'0 UIcAYTUNBkAclt .
RECORDEDTT 31* 10EH Lot 10 Blk 4 Town otellle. : BIIINO: A PAlIT
of lot 5005 J. W. Hotter G." Est J. J. McCaaklll 900 Uk''W34 o018.0: 11 38 19
West Fla. Enterprise of Lot : 8 Of branch .......te 6. 7. 8. Bl" 13 Laura B. Patrick 4.72
Lot<< 3017 Pensacola 4340 in Blk 18 Town .of Freeport Wt. II B 10 DIE U lUobard .1. Adams 11.3.1
together with a &lNUaUL.:
By: M. "Buddy" Warren END Strip off end of lot :3 d> ... SHORE. MANOatI.I.J
SoD of S 160 ft of 4 running along a line ... 333915
BUt 1554 :3N 10 a continuation of 8 line Lots. 21. 22. 23. 24. Blk 4 Alice 8. Roberta 2.87
1.otz1rD Est. Jennie Joe 3.39 of lot 6 and between j"uta a 41. 4. HIE It A1Joe 8. Itobert J.81
Little more than a centuryago that lot and lot 151 to IoUta III 41. 111. Bile 11 AU... 8. Robel'te 3.33BICAULtOVE
WARREN'S SUB-DIVISION 3N 10 pt of at E: lineof :
surgery was a gory, dismal Lots 18 4t 19 Jack Palmore 21.20 lot ending George Lee Caswcll 18.01 : BEACH leT
ADDITION II ::18 15
practice that saw few 8-D OF THAT PART OP 73 ft N dp B by 135 ft; Lot I. Ullt 1 veto Halcomb O.o-t
patients willing, to submit BLK: 1558 tt 1559 N B dt W In NW cor of lot ? ENDBliUVE

to the knife. Amputations OF L&NBR 6. Blk 1". Freeport. Fla. JRD ADDX-
Lots 17-18-19-29 L K. Laird U.lie Less and sac a par of 101 as u
last ditch measures to savea Lot 24 less :3 ft deeded land dew ae toll allthat Southern Builders &I

life after a compound frac- to city Willie Bims 37JoLotE36 part lying easterlyof LotEN5. Bllt II DNlp.n" ins 80.12
COmellus Baker 3.38 and within SO ft of ;
ture, were considered reasonably survey line of at rd No. 4IJ J. W. thlner: 4 Herman
safe mortality rates W. H. LONO'S SoD Of 83 said survey line being NK4 17 : InflD.er 11.113
J'Hf J' :: :
; that Part of BUt 1558 A dew as foil beg st BANGS VIEW 7
ranging from 25: per cent tc 1559 S of L ft N RR 3H 19 pt on.17Wn line of sin fur 1 to 48 Inc!. W& 1 Nldney Ha.kce at Jerome
harrowing 60 per pent Lot 3 Berneet Donald S3.67A3 is 734 to BW oor Klmm.1 211.70
a Lot 6 John Jordon Theater .67 thereof run thence N 1.< The great loss of life following L B. Laird :3.39 23 deg S3 mID E 11359 Klaun.l 28.76
even the simplest surgery 1.otE ft to pt; of curve concave Lots<< 1 to .8 lad Bit :3 s Kid D.) H..koe b Jerome
LINCOLN PARK SoD 3K 10 to North westerly .. Klmm.l 20.70
was largely attributableto Lot 14, Blk O Eunice McCall 2.a1 having a radius of 81903: fur 1 to 48. 1IIel. Blk 4 Nldney Haskoe &I Jerome
the so-called hospital dis- 1.0"15 see 16. Hit O Alfred McCall 4 96 ft, thence run N 47071 Klmm.l 20.70
Lot 8. BUt E Mid State Homes 2720 ft along the arc of said Lot 1 to 48 1IIel. Blk II Hld".F Ha.koe &I Jerome
eases" tetanus gangrene Lots 1-3 tt 3, Blk O Ada Ardls Latham aeo curve through a total; Klmm.l 241.70
blood poisoning and erysipelas Lots 7 dt 8. Blk O O. O. CampbeU ..611 center angle 25 deg S/ Lots 1 to 25 !lad DIE 6 Nldney. Haekoe &I Jerome
END mln to end of curve. I 1f.58
which ran unchecked 8-D of BUt 1581 31* It thence N 9 deg 4 min Lot I to 110 !tact DIE 7 Nlaaeey Na.koe 6. oI..om

until Dr. Lister ushered in N 2 acre. of w% Of Blk W 1251.67 ft to pt of 27.r.J
1561 exo a tract SO ft beg of a curve concave 'Lute I to 110 Ind Blk 8 Sidnneeyyllfaskoe. &I Jerome
the era of antiseptic sur- NA8b,320ftKMw to the easterly having a Klmm.l 2180
In NW nor dt exo eon radius of 955.3O6 ft. Lot I to 60 lncl DIE 0 Nldney Ha.koe &I Jerome
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gery. ------ -- I* dt 8 by 120 ft Edt thence run NE' 47O83 fi Kla-nmel 27.30
A safe and thoroughly W in Marco Manning along the are of said late 1 to 113 Dcl. Bllt 10 Nldney Haekoe &I Jerome
pleasant little operation Is to name Mrs. Cary James 14.113 curve through a totalcenter Kllnm.U 28.80
END angle of 28 deg Lot I to 112 Del. DIE 11 Nldney Haskoe &I Jerome
drop in at Service Drug S-D of BUt 1562 3W 10 IS mla to end of curve Klnun.l 28.80
Company for your prescrip Lot O Willie Wlgga e.tH thence N 28 deg Iinuo Lots 1 to 12 IDCI. DIE 12 tlldne Ha.kce ..II Jerome
Lot E Willie Wlgice 11.33 E 643.48 ft to aPt Klnun.1 7.10soJi'W
tions. Prescriptions of any Lot 1 Willie Wlggs 31.92 on center line of st !
nature are filled quickly and Lots 3-20-31 & 22* E. L. di Lottie Snell .69 rd No. 20 containing ORAb/OB/ VIEW 7 Ilf JO
Lots 12-13-14-19 <*. W. Smith 11.33 .03 acres MOL. Nldney He.koe dr Jerome
accurately at Service Drug END Orew Pratt Hale 2/J.5e/ Lot. 1 de J Bile I Kimmel 2.41

Company. MORR B HEIGHTS 8-D WALTON HKIOHTS B-D 10.. 1. Nldney JIuk_ S. oJ.Nme
DepuNiAK air 10 Lots 1-2-3-4-5 dt west H Lota I to 3. Del.. 811t 2 21.40Lot.
Lots 13 di 14. BUt aEND Fred Bwope 21.20 of lots e 1. Bet CLot Est. W H McConnlek 33,10 i,6..i; <'. 'J11:1Haakoe: b Jerome

____ThIs week' Household hint: 1. Blk E Cecil E. ManorHartley 1.04Corn,13.4J t to 40 Del.. DIE 3 Kimmel 22.112
to touch Com lao ft. N of SW cor dt Marl Nldney Haakoe &I Jerome
When nothing seems cf Blk 1616. run K 533 LotBlk K U Davis '.04 Lot I to 40 lnd. DIE 4 Kimmel 22.153
grease stains on fabric a ft. run N to N line of END Nldney Haskoe oil Jerome
with table salt Blk thence run W to chs N and II 38 Lots I to 40 lnd. Blk 8 = 22.112
brisk rubbing NW cur of DIE W of 8E: cor of 'NKH' : :. 81 dnagltiaeka oil Jerome
dissolved in ammonia, may rao the Walton County Sean a run 33 yds N lOd I Lot I to 40 1ncI. JI1k a ItbDme1 22.112

turn the trick. POlIrow Bureau...N a 39 .... 8 << M .85dsy .skoe A JeromeI ',










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73-PUHLIifIlEl> KVERV THURSDAY DeFUNlAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA THtfnSD* Y. MAY\ 14, 196

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LEGAL NOTICES ON'tlpUon tee. Twp ftc", Owner Amonntt I Description -Sec. "'IiND.2tgsAcre. Owner Amonnt4tW1A8 Description tee. Twp Rge.Acres Owner Amount
10 Richard Truts 56.10 Sidney Hasko: &: Jerome
Lob 1 to 48 inch DUe T Klmm 2(1.18( Lot 62-53 30 8uaa 63.117 LoU 1 to 33 tool Elk 6 > 'Kuumel 18.82

t A JeNnnol 30 ,Joe P. Ipsoagan. .& OebOme Sidney Haskoe &: Jerome
IN THC CIRCUIT COURT.LN ANn Lotoa I to .8 Ind.. Dllt 8 kKldneInellTsakce! 2e.10 Lot 34-53 &. 00 W 11.29 Lot; 1 to 66 Incl. Blk 7 Klmmrl :30.28
FOR WALTON. ('lJNT'' FLORIDA- & Jerome Lot to 10 M.: r.YO Bacon 3.39 Sidney Haskoe St. Jerome
IN Cl1ANCe.ItY. NO. 8221 Lota 1 to 4a Ind.. Dlk 8 lUdmmelHsakw 211.11S &..ND8D Lot; 1 to 60 Incl. Blk 8 Klnunel 30.28

BETTY 8UE WELLS, kidney, Haakoe & .J.rome OF SECTION .2s aa *>> Sidney Haskoe it Jerome
(fofm.rly Sr$. Franklin Pleluiting) Lots 1 to .a Incl.. Dlk 10 Kimmel .86 76Lote Lot 12 10 Martin W. Wenger ::1.39 Lou. 1 to 00 fed Blk V Klmmel 36.28

Haakoe di Jerome Sidney Haskoe .& Jerome
-vs.- I to .a Incl.. DIk 11 Kimmel Sidney/ 2e'llS 8-DhuD. &CT1ON;; .::18 ._ ao LoU 1 to 66 Incl. Blk 10 Klmrr.rl 30.28

FRANltLtN J. RVSHINOofendant. END Corn: 4t>4 It K: of NW cor Sidney Hasko tt Jerome
LoU' 1 to 66 loci :Blk 11
Com .L NE nor of SBCI 20.
or Lot I/, rout IB to Klmmel 30.28
NOTICE OF BALE run W UOO ft for PUB ditcu .
estate uitcJQ) runt Sidney Haskoe tt JeromeKlmmel
Notice is hereby lRi"en PH, }"P2 th"nce run tI W N side ... to t::* l Ury iui* of ad Lou" 1 oto 33 Incl. Blk 13 18.83
Final Decree: of partition of Hwy. thence run W lot. thouc run W to
:l4th day of March if*", and entered 10 It. thence rUn N t.oI wiUilu 4111 It W of Lot gout at tSB 1: !: cor of BE!..
in Chancery Case No. 8221, of the N thence IJIIB .Ul bAa ruu W .Mi\* 'tJur ;
Circuit tndolfoh.W First; Judicial I I I ruu BiiooOlt: ; ::0Po 20 3N 20 Gearae Bryan ,....".9 ruu N f'oA7., thence 3H Bessie Lee William 12.89LoL vuo, run M ....u It, r ,

Circuit fU I County, r. r W '" = W or "*0 lea Iii:> ft M e8 IUD W oaovi\
Florida wherein DOtty Sue Well >10 .. '. 1 311A of W\.to\. 01 ti. ruu K: ATtt.\- .
it
LAW an sw
the Plaintiff, and Franklin J. IUal',, I 92 9N 20 A, C. Taylor 11.83'h cor1117 : Harry H Thompson 4.59 luu M iu" at. ruu fa.; .
:
tug i. the Delendant. I will sell 1 1. W54 of NW 22 SN 20 Unhnowa 6.04 Lilt 17 IO 'Nelson P>. Bridge 3 38 .u.1: ; ruu S iiu tt. run
the highest and best bidder for ci. Lot ;38 IO Julian II Mltcliell, 3720: tk u> fOBittil 4 6N :ll Bonnl* Mae Rodgers 211.73

at the front ateps of the \\uliuu ,I .. Nk'Ai 011.I1. ot Lou ),4-L7.56 30 J. T. Brannon 5.97Ny4bof 4k>4VB It W of SB cor)
County Court House In DeP'wUake''II ,U w uby4! IIiN: 20 160 E E. McGraw 64.17cuj Wl'O' 1IU It, W IM (t.U I ,e
B during the 1rr? J:? ... ..... < 1.1. ir'n ut B Unknown 2.0a 1VJ It. JC VJ It to PUS
? ap. Lot; 10 '20: 38
; OO M ou Mprop.r ty 8 .. ,4. iLU w 2W 4. 1.0 Com at JvE cor of Lot 30 tu b4 '* Of BKM.i 4 aN u I B .& P Inc. aUT
hey described .,........ ft fluw..utaaluta
following( li41 U: lot a POs taetice >v.. a* .a pt on .eo floe I
Dicrt'Too'feet '.
Jet
forth In the ald Final ruu W on N ..r .w h 01 till: eer u(
., .... 11. w ;j. Vod i7 6N 20.I. Christine l'erel al 15.33. 01 .xa lot IoU bdry line ktMl. .. .......,.. tUU Mit. 00 '
100 feet lying In .uequar. 1Il'.U! 40 Edna Daston It. tticuiuutuu
by .11,4 Vl .... loti tueuce ruu W M tt.tuenoe .
u It. tucuoeruuu
the South end of the I. i wl.reo
on D1.
.4.11'0. at a L. UJ it, tuenoe run S 52 It.uivuce .
lowing described land. The complete .. .. to.. 1 ensue.a ,
.... uL' Lon W ou U Hue run E; 59 It, to
Cleatoe
of bdry of F. &
description as follows- NAt ... a. 1.wty 1u& ofu. boo 4b., iOj it ta PUB 29 -28 30 'AI Joseph 7.119 Pun m ba.i4( ol Sh.14:\ "SN 21 Mid State Home 30.80
W by tlJI: It. 81111115
plat 100 ft. E & ..-. bs1 S. yr b1,1a / S-U CH' lI.II.O'1'10l'! Nwvt\ 01 ItJfcifc 8 Cll'1&! :' 40 Micolay IngebreUen: 32.OO
8 ou the North end ol Lot :.i4 .. .._ /Cuu. W ....... u& Lot ;ia J3 28 M 6,04 A poor of land :210 It SKI
of
of Kem-Ake2'. a BUDUWBU.II ,.?. .v A 1'1)31. 1.1/ait1r 10 Frank E. Goodman 6.64 lu MW our of J4Sct .,.
KE'/4 of Section 1. faW4 of Sec ..w .. '" ............ "" Lo1D 10 8 Lewis .NW44' \ > BN 21 1 Louise Deckam
tion 22. NEW of Section :38 nnd .... ...... ...... ... 1:1. IT.tWi: ; VIEW!: Eye 01 bwU or NW3%: SEyaotNWyl.NyjoxNW 3.:18:
NWI, of Section! 27 lylUR NoitH ......< .... 4L ... "u c-U > 2:1: SN 20 I Mid state .Homes 47.89 ti-U HBIOUTS !

of State Roth<1 No. I (U B. llliil IS West>way .. s u. .....y1. exa. : bin... a.: sa :as..30 Ilnvest- is. ot e&a1f6; 10 8N 21 Maurice B. Gladstone 38.99
Range Mortgage
:J. N. Surety
No. 90, TP' Meridian u* .._ ". w ha4: w tiJO Lot 4, Elk 1 114.27 Nb Cli N.14.. 13 3N 21 80 Maurice B. OladatonaMlcolay .3W
of the by laiuuuMiee Owrlaiid Edwards l RaW .4. ........... 11111. W .... Lot *, ill*.. '/. more Partl- meat Co. W gf .....W\\ 1ft AN 318WU 80 Ingebretaen: 27.20:
platted .. ...... e9. erU Sir. 100 ..
being ol record In the oft ie0 1 .. cul .rly dow aa roilowe.: AayeW of N :. of _
of plat the Clerk of the Circuit Court .- .Vu. ,1 i.ur.-. Ooui at tin. cor of Bee. %! :. N a.4\ 01 tiE 14 17 AN 21 240 Nicolay Ingebretaen 101.89
of Walton County Florid" 1 .......... 'or. 1.1411" twuthe ;JJ:, tocuce run W 6titt NW,1 of 8W34:: ,' SB4, 01

Dated April 7, 1064 .A....'i yar94/e1. WetltIlwy . 11, titi.nc run N bil2 it bwi': 8W. of SE1:: %
Paul l A. Teelln low yur. .ucu. 8: parallel. with .Ii: bdry lees 3 acres 1D SW cur 20 6NlI 118. Maurice B. Oladtsone <15..5<
Win B (Billy I fountain 111,0 y1,.'' u,11u.r 1r IULu. mie ox uco. 3J; to a, MtaV of SJC\i, 49: 5N al 40 Flora Alf'xa Fowler 11.33
Baker. Caswell w u1gl1 d4Y :! ": 31 6N 20 138 Flora Alexa Fowler 43,26wi. 1'111taeuco run N I4O Cum at Btt; cor of sea 27
Commissioner . L1 ... cur 16, thence ruu W 100 and thence proceed N

ADAMS"t PALMERBy 111.9 ... ../e 0111 W_toW_ j it, tlii.uc" run a 140 along sec line 1484 ft
David W. Palmer "4 nit ,.. tMW u1 u.t ;3U. it, tiituce fun E loo it Surety Mortgage Inveat- to U aid of rd and.tneuce .
Attorney" for Plaintiff Lo........ '\\11 W ',u )''''. tu i-uu went Co. 80.27 proceed 8 73 -
....,... 1:1 ',,, 'yob' Lot 1" .
P. O. Box 95 CL.1 4. liiK 0. more partl- deg jo nun B along rd
Crest"lew. lorldn/ ...,..." ....a014 Al. u )dr cu ttiij ciutia as ioUowu: 1&It/ to aOB.. '.
. ".. l'O' '." )".1a State Home. 30,80w Cbid ai theuoe 8 I .
fit: Api 18 May 16 33 :>Nl1I 1 Mid bJ(; Cur of B..o.j -1 proceed del ,
___ /1/4 .. .., uo W UUK it t; alone :JO nun a 874 ft to a :
TO M.\Kr ..,. et ui ((19.2 acres a
NOTICE Ol> INftNTION: i u' bury hue of Ml _0. pt. thence proceed 8 67oeg
APPLICATION Mill FINAL y/.L) bra: uL NW'at ofu. : tlieuce so N 788' ft ou 43 loin w 201.3 ft I
IIISCIIARtiK: .... .- u.kucy "' ...." line piuuuel. witu E bdry to a pt. tnenoe proceed
F10IIIDA STATUTES; HI 00.: Vw 41 0004.; teat lino ol aco to POB. N 17 deg 34 min W along _
In Court ol the County: Judge! y.. 114 .'C..,E u. ..W,4v tlmiice'' run N 140 ft on clay rd to a pt
Walton' Countv.8i 114 "........ Truk (; 20 24.2 Raymond E. Williams 12.29 lane parallel with, IE: tf> of Florida ......... /1LiIY.1 35 6N bcU> Hue of ul. sec. proceed N 73 deg 30
JOSEPH FEOAaiUK: 4..... Yw.w C4. 14'it of SW t tJUonce run W 1UD ft on nun E!: along rd 3UO ft ,.
Deceased l,1e w o. 11.144w lint ... ,,, to POB <
\\04 u' IA : ; & .lIel With 8 bdry lying In EVi
In Probate. ._ 0.01. yet 01 NWIn 20 20.8 Carl Morrfseya 7.8. line ui cd BIO, tueuoei . In re the Estate To<< All Whom It ]May Concern: . .. 1"eie u' awlall l> L bdry cunt. 1.BO lie.... MOL ..
Notice Is hereby given that AnnnFedasluk 11.1'. in Aki "r .t 20 12 Vnknowr 28.40 iiuv ltLIU. B 1OO and com at SB of BOO
y Orushko filed her final! 3,.... 4 18: 6N It ou Imo parallel with 27-ON-21 and thane
report as executrix of the estate ol u' .Lo to& cor 01 fII": ur B buiy luie OL ad BOO proceed N along sec

Joseph FodaMluk.. deceased. that she ., 'C .I NA'e: to iii LrkOu. to iOiiS.N1J Milton Q. .& Evelyn J. ... iin 1340 ft on N aid. .
filed her petition for final dltrhartte' .,.. I'" win I'U" .n ;: Thomas Vi>.07 of rd marked by an I .
and that she will apply to the Honorable ..".....w Joe Dan Trotrnun. County Jutlfu ,t Ya. "lovU" &a; flU Can at toW cor of Lot 5 I- ceed u:: 73 deg 30 mla
of Walton County, Florida, on the 811 .. a'" ....e". tue C 311.1u ; mid I\..., E: 775: ft for W 435 ft along rd to .-
day of May, 1964. for approval ol 1V0 11.. W ll1Uh. .
H. 0 1 Ou, tin'uco run N ISO POB thence proceed 8
same and for final dl charge as executrix .h. .w H tu PUi3 ?:I IN 11)V4) Mid State Homes 52.57v it, u cut-u Inn B 75 ft. 73 deg 30 min W along '
of the estate of Joseph Fodnalu'j. ?. bvl'a. ,. :u tiN Huey .& Irene Alberaon 11:33: 1.1011104 luu 8 ISO ft. rd 30 ft to apt, thenceproceed -
deceased, on tills 10th day of Apr.1. .1I1oO aa fOl -
u1v U, Yls 1.l. of tlPbtu 75' ft to Claud do Margaret N 16 deg 3O : .
100. 10we ; bug' .t irk: cur 1-Os r/Lot'X Hunt '0.99 min W 223 ft to the .
Anna Fedaxluk y OruslikD IY :s. lull lr 11W It Itl1" water edge of Lake .
executrix of tho estate illJosrh 1154U sec line. (..0&1. at to IN ot .
0 .uwig' cor Lot; Jackson thence K along ,";:
redasluk, deceased .... ll till 20 nett ti ,
", Inn 41.W lt tor.1u the chore of pod lake
CLYDE B WfcLLB; 1.11 (0.K1 IoU l'OU I'UUl..iI 4 t..nco. ru.t. E 751t to a pt thereon situated ...1'.
Attorney for petitionerp. H N. ilil us8 W to tlltuiw &'\11N lSU N IS deg 30 mln W to ,

O. Box 87 Florida4t V.. tun 0.1. 1t b IU dig IL, ,...........,u ruu W /5 u. POE thence lying In ..
DeFunlak Sprint: w. Lo&l: Y1.. ruu b bll ueaL tueuw ruts lllU Eft Of
CI 1t Wruu fractl BEK(, (.23 -
: Ap la-May 14 L.. ..... rUfA 1.111 l' N 11 1830 Thoma. Sell 12.04 141 ......1; 6 Jam. Robert Caln. 0.99 acre MOL 27 8N 21 3f Joe Brack Gantl; 'r; .q i 51.8 '
I1. o UV1t.. Ot 1411 9 -
D"'t'i: 3 Eerl: 'Irani V.toll
IN THE CIRCUIT COUnT OF :: NW'.4.
L 1 .. 9 Beg 640 ft N Of SW
4:11.1: w Out our
WALTON COHNTl H.OHIDA '//IU &to 1:1 ..... :I uaeU F. d4 Wanda< Fuller 6.0" "
of
lull .
tuull1.11 W a w oot4 14.14 BWU of SWU
IN IH\N('HIY NO. 8374HTLLIAKD U tWN"9't' ,oJ.\' \ C4ILuu . 6 Unknown 2.Ua thence run B 70 yd.

PEnny MELVIN Pt t1.nu00 od.t VI' SECTION: 34 ..as 20w thence N 70 )'ds. then -

Plaintiff 1.Kv", W the POD .. ,11 UI \v at Lots 31 ce run W 70 yd thence
VS.- ...... ruu IsU. U 1'1 I -
th. ce a.r .8 John R. Cox run 8 70 yd* to POB _
313
,
PEARL H. WARD MELVIN. thenceWnDl
loll nod W Iou a P". a/rD . being' a part. of 6WJ4
NOTICE TO APPFAK Defendant 1... a Ii ( 11'1)0. r,', 011144. U'W; HEIOHTSbu !: of SWA 31 ON 21 I I' Eugene J. & Shirley' r
.
U1.9 8. to a ',Sd30 Bell on a:: line of W. O. Simmons 1.28
NOTICE! TO Pearl H Ward Melvin ofNWe
: Aydtl (;..u1 AS Ntur Lot 4. :Lei A Elbert R. Davis 8.63 !Bummerlin land at apt -
You hereby notified that 8)Ut.
are swor
a N
\ tiauuur. lull LULII 1-0, liar A Ellaott u. Davis 4.1111 IO ft. from normal
complaint of divorce has been file thence
.. IN ubd: ft. W.e 5.C. Lue A 11.1burt water lln. run Southerly -
In H. &Jar.s 4..111
againat you the above title. W 21:+0II.
Court In the above cause and you ar ruu b 1 deg run 11124 u-/-d!, ulk A klburt 1t. Davis 7.10 10 ft to normal '_ '
,. our l"Ud..A..e. wt I. 101 &J water line of S line of '
hereby notified and required to sera. W nut. of . r J10IDurt U. Davis a.bl
upon of record for th' N b\J utf a H 1 uui 1. .1a .lJ J10Iben R. David 2.87 NS.14 of NK!:%. thence '
p tlehr"f :, whose name and ad. ,1,0 I\: wiuco it,rule L I : i: 1.01.4 40-1 b, bLt B Ji.lbert u.. 1)avls 4 1111 S UO ft thence B 382 .
( SeU euMS la15 11-.0. lux D It to NE: line of :,
dress appear below a copy 01 youlp na : .: Flbert N. Davie 4.911 SKS4 ,. a
y Y answer or written defense If any. t.. [1u H bd "'N 1 Uei .... : : .,J.w ... .- \- ::1o&L1' :U'.r. rsumt It Mavis 4.6Y of NE y4. thence N along ,
the complaint In said cause, and fill. l1., tUl..c ruu 11 18.10. 5th Richard I. pr_ 22,73A lAns. : ... 5.11x11 lt. Davis: 41). seo line to SW eon .
Ii the original flnaw..r or written dofenewith .. a w rUU 00W exiyW Loth 01-... 111. 0 filbert! I' O..vaa 409 of W. c. Bummelln land, :: '. .'.. r .. &
the Clerk of the above name All l'I ill liWy er w. 1>-". 14 a. U 1.1l1c&'t! l1.. Davis ..JII thence W to POE 33 21 .
Court on or before May 15. 1064 01 1.14C loll 11111: w Lute ''I-II. Laa U klblrt. U. lJa.s. 4.911 Com at NW cor of NWK 13 John M. Whlttlngton 3..40
r Tills notice shall b. published one 1.... CullaL Nk run Lute II-U. U6k. C Jbert U. Davis 4.29 01_ dlV" ot il: lbir 11.11.: Illx V thence run E 630 ft
each week for four consecutive week the II.lo..rt n. Davis ..I'J;, 4
In The DeFunlak Herald n wee]
newspaper published In Walton County tiltuec fun. Llow"l'UU lour IoW3a Luis N:::' stile CO Elbert it. Davis thence run S westerly .. .
Florida, Oi cruea. W Lulu ).ii / kdbert it.: Davis U 84 ft for FOB thence) .
In
WITNESS my hand and official son' burs tu J. T. Lane 11 IS ao 6a.47 Lotll 111-.... Wk C J.lbert: n. DAVIS 4.110 run W par wlt.b'N 40 v. ". .
Ave A. Wooten .
7y; "
this 8 day of April lf>64. b1 J atwrN14 or NE!: Lot 2&, balk 0 filbert Ii. Dar.r ab7 lln. 90 ft. thence run B S ,.
(Seal) E. LEO ANDREWS Bug cor slung Lutll ;1.144: late C .ll1el'C h. DAViS 4 IIIJ 21 ft, thence run B
Clerk: of Circuit Court 01 toW is: IUI' b 11citebun : Luts "...:911. bilk C .lbel'C It. Data. .91 BO ft to *t Hwy' 21 It Ito
Walton County. Florida g Lilt uf IOU forty. with L..tll:111: : boa C .Ibelt N. Davis ..110 FOB being a. part of .
By: Iva Adklitnon.' Deputy den) W 1'"rl\l1..1 to 1.01. 1. ula u HOIII8 U. Ifauser. //1.1111 NWH of NW4 33 Attorney for Pl..lntlff. : It: tuna of lid forty Lot 2. Lk D II.luert U. Davis One aq acre in SB oor 1 Myrtle Paul. Renfroe 17.93
RD. 9.8'1
Andrews' W ItUW hue 01 1 St.: LUIS -4.. jjlk D glbert R. Davis of SBtt of SWK 34 ON 21
4.9
8tuPtt
1I and Andrew. Nu. .U: thence tunNulthoa'trriy ad L<.:It&. 6-11. balk D Elbert H. Davis ..9\1\ Beg at NW our of see 1 David William 2.118
; along Lute 'I-D. lark D J.lbc&: u.. Davis 499 34, run E 8 eh SOIk
C DePhnlakxSprings, Florida Low hut LoU I'OU.or sub3 eto.li.c1 Lott II-IU. JlIc D J.ll.oert: U. Davie' ..,,:" to Holloway our) '
4t: 41623:10.1: to UOW In layor 13 lSlO: 79 Ford E. RedclLck 69.117 Lute 11-12. bilk P lbcIC: H. Davlr ..90 thence 8 :28 cbs SO Ik*, '

l'Io. 40 lMLIi la-14. Nile D kiLert. H. Davie ....11 to Geneva Oreatvlcwpublic
of St. Lots 16-11. Ulk. P 'Ibcrt n.. Davie. 4.119 rd thence westerly -
E1It!: of NW'.4 N lit 18 20 60 a. M. Jennings M.27 Lute 17-18. IOk D J.lbcrC: H. Davis 4.\111 with rid rd to B .

<1 N O. B.D 10 0' 21 hi :l0 Lute 111-211. Blk D J.lbert: H. ')aois., lilt line of sec 33. thence 8 .
MiIoH'l'IolS 2001t Lou 21-Y2 Mk Elbert it. Davla to sec line to SB oor
100 It E: 8 r. W by oor Let. 3J-4N. 111k Ip I' Eibert: lt.: Davin : = of 8E%' of NBtt, of .

CO : 1.Not 11 AIL LotSIX ) Johnnie U. Ambrose 7.2. Lute ..-IJ.;! Dlk D 'lbert) n. Davis 4 90 aeo 33, thence W 5 ch*.
I 01 ( blots :lrtJ.. Ulk D 'Ibert U. Davis< .119 thence N 3 eta 33 Ik*.
:3:13L:: ) 9 28 20 10 Foster F. Burgeee 3.31 )sate 1.3 111k E: Elbert: U. Davis 499 thence W 15 ch*. thence :

ij.''r' Lot the N ofIa mOo Lot ::1-4. Dlk E 1:11Jc&'t: .t. lIaYIII ..1111 N to said Geneva -
/ Deg 411: of N0Bay. LoOt b-6. Vlk E: Elbert H. D..YUI ..119 Crestvlew rd. thence
0' bdry
,
H 1
& poet : : to Lots 7-11. BUc E Elbert. U. 1.>a.\oI.. 499 with said 'rd Easterly
thence3returChN tnI'OU END 10 ch* thence N to Blln
4 of NBtt of NB 4
.....,. and run N .SO I 3-4 b.::'3. n. B. Brown <1.39< S.D Ok' Jo'RAOTL 8WOF "", of section 33, thenceW
} "ruu to ron :: : 8 lu'OTION: : 2 ..t8 10 20 ch to POB in

8_D Iii 80anta: SDb Lot 21 Paul Morton Stewart;. .Jr. SAG 34 31
Rosa a"nl'Jn.s\ : ::
i Lot :n. \: of l..ot .54 F. O. aJelby, 80.n L B-D 34 21 2U John M. WhlttlngtonBevl 39.20
Saves Me A Lot of Ins.: ,Il NW -D ,
'w : Lot 60 Paul M. Stewart 11.001sD" Lot 1, Blk X
8E1i O34Wt tipOB Shell Home 133.05
Tun II: W towatrr'e Ul' LOT 3 3 3820 Bw""ENDBWS( 35 eN 21
ft
un
Money Too! tllen'o ol1t,, g!:01 ChOO.touwhutrhe. Lot; Il.: O. M. Wdls 8.119 Beg at NW cor of see 22. 40 Nicolay Ingebretaen Ie.a
,18"
JrNDDUN Lot 1 BIll: B Of Cherokee8D
.. along we E ALLEN S-D OPLo Sheet :a of a afaeeta

Why not save some oft l'OutheWiterly diet 0' 75 811.0.I 4 sa 20 thence N 1 deg :33 miD
ter' edge a apt : 8 Jack Robinson HooteD 0.69 B 89O ft to a concrete.
W to
your haid-earned dollars ft, thence run IDBlk monument thence 88
of POs r': '
C with a policy on your thence due run south N 13 no to J. B. .JolanllCJA .& H. V. DUN ALLEN SECOND deg 2O mln B B64O to : --:< '. .. .
Anderson 10.59 ADDITION, S.D 01 486 10 a concrete monument t
(
:
: '_''' '
home that covers fire 1'OPIi on the W bank of mullet '
LoC :l-J. UIIC E OJe" & Edith Allen 10t1.50 .. . .
theft liability wind j END5Dot IS 2S 20 creek thence meander ."
Section 10 Unknown 3.38 SoD OF LOT 2 4 as' 20 southerly along therun : -
storm and many other Lot LAN LoC 8 -Jason L. McCawl"y 809 of mullet creek to "
risks. Not the slightest D 5154 20 2S 20 AOS Arthur A. Burke 338E'a4 Layat.ty Loan & Investment a pt t; due B of the pt of '
8'4 of b\V3's g! NW's or S. Sbannon & B. .A.BR'i Lot 10 Co. 1129 beg thence W to FOB ,
obligation in giving us a of Nh'k 20 2S 20 ".93 END lying: and being In

call. rim .aU7 Ralph J. .& P. Dewitt eeo 22 18 31 33 18 21
AU l Ot LOt 16 .m b 19 21 2S 20 Perry 27.80 Et) of S% at 8E4: ofNW4i ) MULLET CREEK 8-D 33 18 21 117 Fester F." Burgess 3003 '
lT
1.t l Iota 'T.8} '11 3M.21 II W. O. Marsh 2.88 Lot 8 Elk B

Harris Insurance TOOS OF 21 dr. :13: 2S 20 E'4': of SE'4 0' 8Wy4 1. 9N .as 20 Foster JI'. Burgers 604 ENDCHOCTAW 0 CTiarle Kandalll Uerrltt ..04
Drew Pratt Hale 13,45 S No. 1 '23.m 21 BBACH 8-D 38 IS 21
.
Lots \ to 2:2.tn: { 1.O lk24, Isii S YNttD( ) .8 A. Varner 53.117 Lot I. Blk D

Agency (tell Drew Pratt Hale 1292 : 0. BUll D lee R. Voting/ 5367
D1k8 4 & 15 ORA1NNGE, PAI'IK' S-J :Ie "e c -21 Lot 678.<< Elk D James V. Dowllng: HI 80.13
hate kli...:9. 3. Drew Pratt Hale 3.39 Lot 1-2-3.4. Hlk a Credit Finance Co. 4.99 !i'ADDITION! James DowllngJame 159.51
TW 6-2451' Dlew Pratt Hale. 197 Lot 1-2-:1-4-51-52-53: 54, n TO
Lot 6.Ltlk 21) Unknown 1 7I.ctr Bile .. John Raymone 9.82 CHOCTAW BEACH 38 IS 21
Lot I, !Ilk 22 Dlk 23 Drew Pratt Hale 710 Sldllcy HUkoe d1. .Jerome Lot 32, Blk 0
DeFunlak Springs Fla. : 1 to 12 in intl. Lot. 1 to 22 Bldney Hukoe & Jerome 2 tt 3. Blk K O. K. Preacher 669

HI I1lk 55 Unknown 233 Lot I to 33. PIE 7 Klmm..1 1881 ENDCHOCTAW Donald Cutta 11.33
;;' l Late 13. 14. Ink 110 Mrs andeen Nelson 1'81 Lot 1 to 28 hid 47 to 68 81K'nymNlake &I Jerome BEACH 2ND
Lots 1 k 2. Mabel M. Bacon 1.30 lalk 8 2'7.28r.r"Ji ADDITION 28 18 21
Lots 1. 3. 4.16'1lra(1:8: 20 : : to 37 ind Dl1c 10 'Capital Development Co. 604( Lot 15-18, Blk D

21 DIk' 03: Drew Pratt Hale; UIJt..o"t Lots 1 to 33 Ind BIle 11 C"pltal Development Co. 17.118 Lota 1-3-3-4.: Blk Q UnknownRobert <1M<
33-33 to 66 incl. B1Ic END J.
Blk Lots Kelly
18 19 21.112
Lots 6 7 9 10 Elbert R. Dart, 4.53 11 Capital Development Co 16110 CHOCTAW BEACH 3RD

Ornamental IronworkShop 4 6t 11, 13 to Loto 33 Intl Blk 12 Capital De".I"pmer.t Co. 111.!.:& ADDITION 33 IS 21
2 3
W. M. Biahop 11.41 Lots 16-17-19 Bile PLots .
Located At GaJdn:; to 22. DUe A4 64 Wilton J. BrO'k 1'81 ORANGE J!: lIJ:IOHTSn ::18 '4N at 2223. Bile F Charles B. Johnson 10.63
LLoot1333 BIk373D1k Billie H. WOOd 1'27 Sidney Ifdskos .5 Jerome Lota 24-25. Blk: P O. K. Homes, Inc. 11.33
'Ii Joe A. Ml1hon aJ'67: Lot 1 to IS.J incl Blk 1 Xlmmel 3Ue Lota 26-37. Blk F O. K. Home. Inc. 11.33
t.at 18. PIE Blk 79 Jacob PU.kID 181 Bldney lfaskoe di Jerome Lots 2 -l8.: Elk FEND O. K. Homes. Ine. I 1 33
Lots 10 k 12. h 15. Dlk Lots I to 62 \foci Dlk 2 r mlR"kOP :14: 18 O. K. Homes Inc. 11,33CHICKASAW
Leo 2 too 8. 10 Drew Pratt JlaI. 6.ti Bldney .Jerome
;; S2 Jacob Pllakln 1'81 Lot. 1 to 62. Intl BUt 3 8IFJ r-ymHln8k0 3.18 8-D 28 18 21
Tot 1I k193 BUc Marvin W. Watner 1 27Iots & !'reme Lot 8. Blk 1
4, nlk 83 Power P. Bllrace.. 3'93I.ot. Lot. 1 to 1S2 Incl. Blk.4 SI'J ymJaakoe 34.16 Lot O BIll: 3 Ole angered 880
9 to 11 '"el. Clem JI' Mef4ult.ot 287 dl JOronlr Lot 30, BIll: 3 unknlwn 8.6O
20 ,k 1'. J\lk 81 Takwhe Takllllan: 1.27 Lots 1 to 82 Incl. Dlk a -- KlmmelBldney 3Uel.oto. END Wayne Fuller 27.2O
I r Hakos d1. .rerema VILLA TASSO!'! 30 18 21
Lore 4i 2 3 7 R !0 10 92 1J ?g. Tadey 1 to (12 Intl Elk e 8laneyn; I 3416 Lot 13 ...B 14. Blk 1

Loli14&871/ 3'rllt Foster P. Buraee. lUl askoe & Jerome Lot 6, PIE 2 Joe Cnpeblanco <6< 04
ntk ) Oeorve C. Benton i.27 Lot 1 to 85 )col. 1\lk 7 ::; milAakoe 3:1.75: Lot ... Blk: 8 Lane K.'Stone 004j
Lot 20. Elk 03 sl Jt Jerome Lot 1. BIll: 16 Mver B Orr 39
Carl U. NorthLot 197Hsaale Lots 1 to 69 1n.c1. Blk 8 fJl''r'ymlaakoe: :n.84 Lot 12-13-14-15-10. Florence McCasklll 339
Lot 0.-.D !4 Harberman 1.17 lit Jerome 18
11 N Unknown 1:27: Lot. 1 to 1e Ind Blk 8 ..1.$7K Lo'I\: Blk 20 Florence A. McCasklll 1458
Lot, U Ijlk 97 L. Lewis 81AneyKlmmliel sskoe d1. Jerome Lot 14 to 22 incl. Blk 37 Unknown 1.81
Lot 7 ('I'In'I. 103 Oeorae vebre H Lots I to 85. Dllt let r'mH"'koa 46 33 Lota 11 *.. 12. Blk 38 Unknown 2 87i.at
8 toLot' .. Blk Frank Ooodman 177 eJd &Jeromo Lot 19 Blk: 34 T. V. Orr

All Work Guaranteed. leta 21"2. .e-0.10.11. !lIlt US Dr.w Pratt Hal. 5.59 Lot to .es, Dlk 11 Kammel 3369 Lois 3 4. Blk: :37 Troy L Simmons a.87
Blk 41vrrl
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6 DliP SFCTION 24 2S 20 10 Wlllle Mae Doles 32.50 Sldne! Haakoa &: Jerome TtTRQUOTSB BEACH 1ST

-Campbell'VeJding 144 flP 8 Foster P. Buree" s :2 011 Lots 1 t.o 73 Inel Itlk I SI'r ; ::194.1 ADDITION 13 28 21
Lao: n' Lot 24 t 10' Foster P. Burgesa 399 Iiukue A: Jerome Lot 21.: BIt: A Ronald F. Gets 11.:13:
30 10 Osborne W. Pryor: 3.39 Lots 1 too 7J hill Blk 2 ;'r'yml"k08' 3')..., END
t'' Rt. 3, Box 143 DeFunlak Springe) loOt 4G SI &: Jerome lot 5That 10 George VT Weber 3,36
Cons at eE eon nf Lot Lots 1 to T2. Blk 3 ;" 39iS "part of WH of .V4 4..
Florida Phone Floral 4r -&&" 48.. 6.e. 2. and inn BtCoAnney "a.koe A Jerome of SEU of 8WU N of
N 090 1&. thence W 440 Lots 1 t.o 72. Ililit 4 Klmmd :33,45 Hwy No. 98 iess B

ft thence B 1190 ft. ,.a. 100 ft of W :;333 ft and
th..ice run Z 440 It to Sidney Haokoe ft Jerome lea W 135. ft 37: 2S 21 10 Arthur E. Cobb 6,44r
FOB being 'put of Lots Lot 1 to 73 tod. 'Blk I : KImmel ".4& '. .

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eon;MB NT: FURNISHED APT. FURNITURE FOR .ALEI: I R.. FOR'RENTTHREEB: DROOM SPECIALS -trOR"ACE: POUR REGISTER. FREE: ESTIMATED 100 ""oe'; ARK YOU INTERESTED tN
I Large.ihNe' room and bath.,inlah furatiasw'C.' *T. MeQuln: I house,' 423 S. ISUi'St:;' Ph. TW. Cold Waves $4.00 and tip ED polled Hereford bulls from or more rich barn yard fertilizer flowers so breath-taking, you
$35.00. 12 Orange Ave. Utfchg: _corner Hth and Chafin. Itpd 4-4198. 23chgtf: Shampoo & Set 1.50 and 2.00 dependable cow"families. Best of free to anyone who will comet never dreamed they could rgrowin
.. Hair Cuts 1.00 t.reedlnCready for service $200 >nd take it all. 6 miles southeast your garden? Or would ;you
Elizabeth's Beauty Salon each Sandy Creek, 6 miles south of Ponce de LLcon, Sandy Creek like to create super vegetables -
Downtown 5th & Baldwin east of Ponce de Leon on S-181 Ranch on S-181 near Morrison I huge beauties to thrill your fam-
Home Phone TE 6-2543 near Morrison Springs. See Carl Springs. See Carl Ward or Joe : ily with the sweetest Juiciest,
Phone TW 6-3141 J 6tfchg: Ward or Joe McCormJck McCormick. 4:30, 7,14,21chg: tenderest vegetables you've ever
4:30, 5:7: 14, 21 chg. know? And do this for pennies a
WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK A CASH FOR LATE MODEL plant. Box of over 100 pellets only
Thank YouThe full line of duplicating and mimeograph WANTED: MAN TO TRAINfor cars, 1958 models up. Buying for $2.98. Start using Streeter's Magic
supplies. Ink. Duplicator variety store manager. Experience Eastern and Miami markets. If Pellets at once. Contact Frank: W.
fluid, stencils and paper., helpful. Write Box 32, you have a used car to sell, call Paterson, Highway 90 West or
Colored inks and colored paperon DeFuniak'Springs Fla. James Ilusscy TE 6-2271--8 a.m. phone TW 4-5809, DeFuniak
special order, four day de- 4:30. 87: .Chg. till 530: p.m. 1231pd: Springs, Fla. Distributor. __
livery I -
Joe Walls Business Machines iii.I .
& Service
Fre 4oort Road-Phone TW 6-4141

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FROM FAMED ENGLAND the ,
!ff greatest gardening nation on
1.7 earth, comes a fantastic discovery-
i'' Streeter's Magic Growth Pellets -
developed by Fred Streeter, winner y Yk
of more than 100 gold medals
plus the Victoria Medal for his
achivement in horticulture. You
can. create super flowers and
\'eg tables, the envy of your :' :
neighbors. Over 70,000,000 magic 1'
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pellets sold in England every ,
week. In short supply at present.
Contact Frank W.Peterson,'Highway >
90 West or call TW 4-5809.
Your local distributor.FOR I,

SALE: BEAUTIFUL three
bedroom home, two ceramic tile I
baths, kitchen complete with GE
built-in appliances on 100' x 150' \
lot in Oaklawn Square. FIIA fin- i
fine vote you gave me last week and the reception anced. Call Sam Rachels, TW 6-
2521 or Buddy Brazile TW 4-
.. 8746. letfchg:
'you gave my campaign for re-election as your
FOR RENT: TWO BEDROOM

Representative in the Florida Legislature was most tact house TW H.block 6-9151.L. Prescott, unfurnished., TW S7tfchgSALESPEOPLE :42591or Con- 4IJ o l 0/


:heartening and inspiring.I .
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few openings in local and surrounding
to work harder run-off areas for salespeople to <
am going even during the 7141417
work out of their homes selling
hospitalization!' and life insurance gounly-
and respectfully solicit the support of voters of the for an old established company
with a good reputation. Experience -
not necessary. We will train.
county that we can go forward to victory on May 26. We work on qualified leads' sell- :i AM GRATEFUL:
ing only. No collecting or worrying -
about lapse. If interested
Thank you all, very much. write: E. Acres, P. O. Box 182,
Ponce de Leon Fla 97,14chg: Thanks to each of you for the confidence you have

WE GLADLY LLOAN A BLUE placed in me.
Lustre Carpet Shampooer with
purchase of Blue Lustre Shampoo.

James H. "Jimmy"PRESCOTT Fisher LOGGING Hardware EQUIPMENT Co. FOR I shall always strive to give the best possible ser-

Sale: One Loggers Dream Skidder *vice to you.I .
$160000; 1 F 600. 2 ton. 1961

Ford 1-n 170.with 2Va log Ton trailer, 1961 $190000 International ; enjoyed seeing each of you and talking with so

Pulpwood tandem truck
with new loader, $2000.00. 1-T many of you.AGAIN.
340 International Crawler Trac-
REPRESENTATIVE tor, 1961 Model $2500.00. All this
equipment in good condition call
Caryville :548-3131 after 6 p.m. I
John E. French. 5:14,21,286:4pd: ; : THANK YOU.
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*q} < .aed 4 glsaies, and won S-more than And the good looks priM at the same time.
x any other make of ear. (Remember when See your Buick dealer about it.No doubt
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i VOLUKB 73: --PUBLISHED EVEHY THURSDAY THE DeFUNIAK HEALDaBIRE'a'Z1' THURSDAY. MAY 14. 19C4i

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i . Graduated with 98 Degree Airs.\ A. F. Bullard SpeaksAt MAN WANTED TO SERVE as Final All that Decree tract, to-wit or parcel. of land The DeFuniak Herald
-- Woman's Club MeetingThe local invnt..tor.in. Walton North of said hishway of as la
'Ij; SOCIAL I ACTIVITIES I .sJ Mrs. Helen Moretz Young. County Florida for nationally yards South ot halt Southwest(8 H of Quarter the Zest(8WK tiS Combined with The Breeze

: ; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde regular monthly meetingof known concern of high standing of the Southeast quarter (BE Published every Thursday at
LAW LLW .. Moretz graduated from Florida the Womans Club will be held Not a detective agency Part 44)) Section 10 West 14 Township 1 South. DeFuniak Springs, Florida

,J State University on April 18, witha Wednesday, May 20 at 3:30: p.m. time only required. Prefer retired Being Range the land described In deed Second-Class Postage Paid
Bachelor of Science degree i In Bullard will speakon or semi-retired. Applicant dated the 24th day of October.
Mrs. A. F.
c. Williams and
1937: from Ralph Howard Storrs, Editor-Publisher
3' 4 Home Economics. should have knowledge of gen
> The Changing Status of Women" wife Patricia Williams to Ben
Presi- eral business and property values. Oooden recorded on the 7th day Subscription Rates
Mrs. Ellery Harvey 1839: In Book IAS.
of November
9" SHIRTS AND SKIRTS dent will preside at the business Apply to O. I.. Anderson, P. O. pan 18. office of Clerk. Circuit Walton, a ;joining counties $1 yr.
session. Box 605300: New Orleans, Lou- Court Walton County Florida, Llsewhere, $3.50
of A. D. 1064
Dated this 7 day May.
We enjoyed an evening of There will be an installation of isiana. 2t 5:14,21: E. Leo Andrews

square dancing Saturday night. officers by Mrs. Everette Yates, DEPRESSIONI! PRICESI! WE Walton Clerk County Circuit. Court Florida
We had the new class join rightIn also a memorial service honoring selll cheap. Heavy-duty rotary By Iva Adklnson, D. c. ATTENTION, "' : LOGGERS AND '

with us in which made us 5 or members who have passed away cutters, $265.00 each. we deliver (Circuit 14 Court, 1C64 Seal) timber owners. We pay the top ..
>GF 6 squares. Also we had visitors during the year. This will be the free. SCOTT FURR DISCOUNT It I May prices for hardwood logs and

from Crestview, Dothan and other last meeting until September, FARMS Magnolia Mississippi. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY timber. Free estimates. JACKSON

places. You urged to be present Phon 783-2917. 5:14-7: :2pd JUDGE: OF WALTON COUNTY, VENEER CO. INC.. Laurel Hill, .
are
The caller, Joe Sparrow and FLORIDAIN Fla. Phone 2195: days, or Louis
O. Knepper, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT PROBATE
wife, Joyce from Dothan, called Hostesses: Mrs. P. Mrs. Jen- FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Re: Estate of Herman Altenfeld.Deceased. Lowery, 4-3825, Florala, Ala.,
three or four call's four us and Mrs. Kenneth Irvine, OF THE STATE OF FLORIDAIN nights. 3:12tfch: *.
kins Hlllard, Mrs. Harry Neal. AND FOR WALTON COUNTYIN NOTICE TO CREDITOR
let caller Johnnie and Shirley '
our : CHANCERY estate- of Herman -
All creditor of the SALE:: : FRONT
FOR WATER
i Everett enjoy dancing for a HOME FINANCE COMPANY Altenfeld. deceased, are nerby
f change. Friends and relatives enjoyedthe ''a corporation notified and required to file any lots, and wooded in lots. OnChoctE.whatchee
.. and Tues- Plaintiff. claims or demands which they may
Monday located
1'f Visitors are invited any Sat- short visit VB.- have against said estate in the officeof Bay on
urday night to come watch. No day of Mrs. Geraldine Banks In BEN OOODKN. the County Judge of Walton County Okaloosa-Walton county line in
Mrs. Banks Is Defendant. Florida. In the courthouse at De- Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe Rt.
1
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r !qy charge and feel free to leave at DeFuniak Springs. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE Punlak Springe Florida., within (8')
anytime. By watching you might employed by TWA In Kansas FORECLOSURE SALE Calendar months from the'-date of Box 259: Villa Tasso, Niceville
new in to Eglin TO! WHOM IT MAT CONCERN! the first. publication of this notice. Florida.
and
L : be interested in our next class. City, Mo., Not 1Cis hereby given pursuant to Each claim or demand must be in
;:: .s wv r y ry% Be sure don't forget to come down Field this past Saturday.Mr. a Final Decree of. Foreclosure dated writing and must state the place of
s FOUND
: A BOAT
Brewerof th 7 day of. May 1M4 and entered residence and post-office address of ADRIFT.
Howard
for our graduation, May 23. There and Mrs. In Chancery Case No. 83OS of the the must be sworn his Approx. 12'. Owner may claim by
:L will be refreshments at the Armory Pensacola. were visiting Mr. Circuit Court of the First Judicial bv thelclaimant his agent, or
i M v :z.2i down. Bannister and Mrs. Circuit, in and for Walton: County attorney, or It will become void according identifying. Clifford Godwin.
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w'i.' So come on and Mrs. Ray Florida, in the above styled cause, X ; to law. Portland Fla., Ph. TE 5-2687
Club Reporter, M. M. Bannister on Sunday.Mr. will sell to the highest and beat bidder BUy KleinAdmini.tratrlk
after 4:30: pjn. 4:30: 5:7: 14 3t
for cash at the Front door of the Cum Testamento
Lurline Mason
7t .. and Mrs. Wm. Forehandand Walton County Courthouse in DeFun- Annexo of the Estate of
children of Americus, ue.. afc Sprints, Florida, at. llroo: o'clock Herman Altenfeld. deceased
Miss Gall Hinote of Atlanta, of Mr. ana A. M. on the 85 day of May IBM.i First Publication of Notice NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE
I were weekend guests the following described property in May 14, 1M44t
fs spen tthe weekend here with her Dan, Ray. Walton County, as set forth In said. : May 14, 21. 28. June 4 :your painting, wood finishing,
a parentsMr.> and Mrs. L. A. Hin- Mrs. Randal Ray and wall papering, interior or exter-
Mr. and Mrs. F ior work done. Call Ewald Ra-
the weekend -
spent
ote.Ralph Andrews spent the last goiTof Pensacola hardt TW 45341.:
relatives.Mr.
t, two weeks here with his parents, here with of Pensa-
I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Andrews en- Wayne Tappan
weekend herewith "PIPE" This
!1 L 9. route from New York, to Key cola, spent the and Mrs. Faison And'Ward
r1 aFltf ar '+a .. oaou'' .. .5o S3. his parents Mr.
West where he will now be sta- Water Wells and Pumps

\k Engagement Announced tioned. A'M3rsTSueas'utton and daughter,
Easy termCall collect
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Mrs. G. E. Shehee who is a Sunday Choctawhatchee Bay Area's Newest ServiceTo
I student of the University at Aub- Linda of Pensacola, spent Mr. You Doe Falcon. Bonifay 5472376
here as guests of her parents : Wiley Ward, Vernon B35.2168.
L urn, spent the weekend here with .
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stephens, of Florida, August 2. and Mrs. F. C. LeLavlns. 4ie-10:16pd: :
Ponce de Leon, Florida, announce Mr. Martin is a graduate of her family. Miss Annie Lou Jeffries who
i \ Ponce de Leon School andis Mrs. Fred Barker (nee Karen
High Washington,
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In
PLUMBING
the engagement and approaching has a position
I. Hinson) and baby of Rockford MADDOCK
the State home
now employed by arrive
i marriage of their daughter, Kathy Road Department of Pensacola, 111., visited her parents, Mr. and D C., is to expected visit her to sister, Mrs. & HEATINGof house FOR SALE: NEW BEDROOM I
living dining
Dele to Mr. James Watson Martin Florida. Mrs. Max Hinson on Twin Lake Sunday Alma room
Rosa Langston and MissJeffries. room, kitchen, bath and half
son of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey The wedding is planned for 4 Drive this week. Karen's many has a host of Basin Bayou (near Freeport)
learn that She seer FHA, small down payment, call
friends will be glad to
Martin of Westville, Florida. p.m. August 9, at Northside Bap- friends who will be happy to collect MU 2-2950: or MU 2-4390
Miss Stephens is a graduate of tist Church in Ponce de Leon, they will now be living In Jack- Crestview Fla.
come her. 4:16tfchg:
Ponce de Leon High School and Florida.All sonville.Mr Mrs. H. Q. Seale of
will graduate from Sacred Heart friends and relatives of the and Mrs. J, E. Donfingerof Jacksonville Mr. and are vacationing in Master Plumber Licensed in both DeFuniak OVER 4.OOO.OOO ENGLISH gar-

|,<{, School of Nursing in Pensacola, couple are invited to attend. Cleveland Tenn., were visitingher DeFuniak Springs another deners, perhaps the most critical
Freeport, Springs and Fort Walton Beach Walton and
and
f sister, Mrs. R. M. Sawyer this week. gardening people In the world,
nearby places
"HOWDY FOLKS"The EngagementAnnounced the weekend. Okaloosa Counties.
family over
Geraldine Banks of use and say that Streeter's Magic
Miss Gail Hinote of Atlanta, Mrs.
arrived by Growth Pellets are the greatest
Saddlcttes met at the home the weekend here with her Kansas City. Kansas
spent for visit with Ready to give prompt efficient and reliable gardening discovery in the past
f of Mrs. Delbert Spence Monday Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur Kelly of parents, Mr. end Mrs. Pete Hin- plane Saturday a Mr. and you half century. Contact Frank W.
night. May 11th. Our most IntEresting DeFuniak Springs, would like to cte.Mrs. her daughter and family in ,Niceville service on new construction, remodeling: or re Peterson Highway .90 West or -

subject as many of you announce the engagement of their Don Stokes, Jr., of Pen- Mrs. Wayne Bulger and friends. pairs. phone TW 4-5809. Your local Dis-
know was the Spanish Trail Festival daughter, Lonise to Robert E. sacola, was the weekend guestsof and other relatives for tributor.:

,. Rodeo to be held in Crest- Morris of Bartow, Fla. Robert is Mrs. W. D. Douglas.Mr. She will leave Wednesday short
view this coming weekend. the son of Mrs. Merica Morris of and Mrs. Glen Chesser and Thomasville, Ala., for a and Telephone TE 6-2447. APARTMENT FOR RENT: United -
i The following Saturday at 7:30: Bartow. Jeffery spent the weekend in visit with her other daughter Farm Agency. Phone TW 4-

p.m. May 23rd the old Spanish The wedding is planned for Hartford, Ala. 'with her parents, family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. 7831. '

Trail Beauty Pageant will be held May 15. 1964 at 8 p.m. at the Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Durden. White. "Our Plumbing Pays Because It Stays"
Rev. and_Mrs. Bill Powell and I WILL NOT BE Responsiblefor
in the Armory building in Crest- Indian Creek Baptist Church. All
of Macon, Ga., visited debts made by anyone
\ daughter any
view. The Walton
Saddle
county invited. TOM Wm. MITCHEMMr.
friends and relatiives are 5:14,28:
and Mrs. How- other than JamesM.
myself.
b I Club and Saddlettes are sponsoring -, her parents Mr. I person

se Mary Ann Strickland as I CARD OF THANKS Tom Wm. Mitchem, age 90, ard Anderson,, for several days 1 Thomason or... Mac...Thomason.
11 last week. 4:23,30: ;8,14pd.
MUs Saddlette of Walton county passed away Monday, May ,
4( Will see you there, until then- We would like lo take this op- 1064 at 2 am. In a local hos .
this is Myrtle saying, so long for, portunity to thank all our friends, pital. HAVE REGULAR $3.96 Young "-
now. and neighbors for the many kind-, Funeral services will be held mens walking shorts, NOOW only
I nesses shown us at the time of f in Orlando but are not complete $1.98, Solids and stripes. New

,.. Mr. Alex Caswell left Sunday the death of our loved one. at this time. supply of men's work pants, dress
i( to attend a three-day conference The family of Mr. Mitchem is survived by pants-2 pairs for $6.00. New
in Orlando. I Mr. Buell Evans.Ii three sons, Arvin Mitchem De. plastic upholstery priced at Dis-

Funiak Springs; Robert Mitchem, count Prices-and for the weekof
Orlando; James Mitchem, San May 11 tho all material lOc per

Diego Calif., one daughter, Mrs yd. off regular price. Have spe- Thank You Voters
Elsie Haydon San Antonio, Tex. cial price in men's and boy's

Ii Two sisters, Mrs. Jane Cook, De- shirts. Come early while sizes are _
24 Hour Funiak Springs and Mrs. Elsie] large. You'll save more at your

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I I am most grateful for the fine vote I received for

II STATE BANK A variety of colors and patterns Sheriff
I putting me in the run-off campaign. I ap-

DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLA.
Remnant Ladies preciate very much the support of those who helped me,

Member S SAll
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Remnants I Reg. 1.99 were for other candidates in the first primary.

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ANNIVERSARY SALE .. Fri., Sat. $1.11 With your help we can win a victory on May 26. I


I offer you a proven record of honest law enforcement.

t ATTENTION GRADUATES! GIRLS COTTON ANKLETSSizes


9/,-!!-White only ._ _-

I In appreciation of the past patronage we are' Reg. 39c Pair

1 f offering all fine jewelry watches, diamond sets This Weekend ,


rings, etc. 4 PAIRS $1.00 -. Curtis R. MillerIj


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PAL PEANUT MAXWELL HOUSE ....__

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