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 21, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00229
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
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Rural Renewal Civil-? Air Patrol 8

Loans Available Will Hold Northwest DEFUNIA1 T1ERALDr

_ In Walton County Florida .Air Fair %e

Applications are being accepted DeFuniak Springs Civil Air

at the Farmers Home Ad- Patrol members decided to hole

ministration office here for n&ra1 the Northwest Florida Air Fall; 0

housing loans that have beooi: De July 5 at the DeFuniak Airport' r

available as a result of a special They; have plans for a big barbecue II "'tJ-

allocation made to the Nation. and aircraft display; from .. "tI .

10 Rural Renewal 10 counties counties.-lit some neighboring military fads-, :oJ .,,..-: :..: .-. t .:.v >(" ., JI
Three lations. Jf: C ' -aJ.L; i-. _.. .._ _...:!..-----r rYOLUb1E :<
and Walton L.
met There will be static displaY'sot
Number 21
are in Florida according to HeDr7 Search and Rescue equipmentand 72-PUBLISIIED EVERY TIiURSDAY Deh UNIAK SPRINGS, FLOR MAY 21, 196-1 J

E. Turney, County FHA Sup some'"Wildlife from the Egllr

visor. Turney said the fund wen Ranger school. Plans are also being Mother-Daughter Chamblee, Cromartie Eiected

made available last week to provide made for some aerobath Banquet At FreeportThe Honored By W. O. W. Heavy Turn-Out

loans for modest rural' homes stunt flying and parachute jumps.

in the three Florida counties. He The Squadron plans to meet members of the FreeporlF.

said theenC'a housing Joan every Thursday night from now H. A. held their first Mother- William Addison (Bill) Cham-

funds, except for the special allocation until the fair. Ia over." Daughter Banquet on F rid a;Y1 blee has been honored by Camp

had become exhaust A\ny one interested in Joining night May 8tn from 7:00: until 1O, Woodmen of the World, by For 2nd T uesday

He stated the special allocation Ja the CAP should come out to the 8:30 in the school lunchroom.The i being named the Walton County Primary
Citizen of the Year. He was
decoratedto pre-
demands JD'the lunchroom was
expected to meet airport any tint and will be given'
three-county unit until July I, th. details on joining and serving carry out the F. H. A. colon sented a handsome plaque signIfying -

and< suggesed. that interested per-: the community in a big of red and white. Each mother the honor at a ceremony: ;
war.There Sale Baccalaureate And The climax: of a long, and income
radio WDSP.
Saturday at
morning Buddy Poppy
sons should file their applicatioi, .will be more details of was presented with a corsage.
cases, bitter political campaign -
without delay. the fair In the near future. We After the guests were assembled Bill has been manager of the Set For Saturday; Graduation Set For comes up Tuesday May 26,
Gulf Power here
Co. for the past
"We are extremely fortuna, will be looking forward to seeing Mrs. Dorothy Guy gave the is
Seniors when the run-off campaign
14 and has been most active Walton High
fund, invocation. Frances Blizzard, pre- year
able to there.
in being you
"Wear a Buddy Poppy. It gives held for those Democratic candidates -
during that time in civic and
because of the great rural how sident of the F. H. Agave[ -
Mrs. Don- church activities, particularly' one that good leafing when which Baccalaureate services for Wal- not receiving a majority
ing need in our area" Mr. Turn* :Joe Bodrie' "Fastest welcome address and
from small contribution of the votes cast in their race
said. Frequently in the past the Gun Aline" Presents ald Bishop gave the response on Boy Scout, Kiwanis March> of comes a ton high school seniors will be

Agency's housing loan funds bave His Show At Rivard's behalf of the mothers.At Dimes, Heart and Cancer fund to a worthy cause. held at the Thomas D. Bailey the May 5 voting.
voiced ballot has been
by The
of the din- activities and others. This appeal was at 7:30 Sunday
acutely limited. the conclusion many; Gymnasium, : p.m.,

\been The Farmers Horn AdminL.- Joe Bodrie, Tit Vastest Gun ner, the following program was The award was presented by President Helen Doerlng of V. F. May 31, 1864. Rev. W. O. W1U- down considerably in the, only voting; Seven in
to Post 4437 figuring
W. Ladies Auxiliary races
administers the Rural Renewal presented: Maurice Roberts. Bill was completely bam, pastor of the First Baptist
tration Alive. will make a personal -
appearance Presidential electors -
rogram, which Is being undertaken at Rivard Chevrolet, on What is F. H. A. and how F. In the dark about the iu announcing the annual sale oS church will bring the message. I addition to the Committee
National "
which and
on a demonstration basIn Monday May 35 at 630: pjn. The H. A. members carry out their award until his name was announced V. F. W. Buddy Poppies iiev. Gayle Threlkeld, pastor of
members.On .
will be held on the streets of
a few carefully selected coup show Is sponsored by the dealer- purposes? Presented by; Glenda for the honor. the First Presbyterian church the ballot to be voted on
At the same time Joel Crom- DeFuniak Springs on Saturday; and Rev.
ties across the nation. Availabilit ship's Parts and Accessories de CasweU. will give the invocation: the two
Walton county
of the special housing allocatio: partment.'A* evidence of his right The Purposes of F. H. A. by; artie was honored by the Wood- May 23. Sam Shiran, pastor of the First in Governor-Burns;

was announced last week by; State to the.claim The FastestCmAlive. Joe Ann Wright. : men by; being named Conservationist She pointed out that one cent Methodist church will give the candidates for first '
the primary
FHA. Director: William T. Shad ." Mr. Bodrie bas sr notch Thar Objectives of F. J:3.! A., byiirtasar of the Year. A technician from the sale of each BuddyPoppy Benediction. Music will be directed : and High.received 1860 votes, with
to the V. F. Burns .
with the Soil support
Conservation goes
Matthew Ser- Mr. Michael DeSnong.
dick of Gainesville.Mr. on his silver-plated Colt ."1 rvoN by 470. Scott Kelly
Shaddiek said the loan ver for each ef the 13 challengers History of F H. A.. by Judy vice, he has been Interested and W. National Home for Widows Choral Director of Walton High High getting with 2515
the county ,
In and Orphans of Veterans at Eton
active kinds of
could be repaid over a period of to the world championship he many conservation school.
Elizabeth Shaw and Frances activities over the Rapids Mich.Another will be held at Har- votes. 1
33 years at an interest rate of has defeated. How fast Is be? Joe years Graduation to be voted on are
percent. Applications may be file has been electronically timed In blizzard presented vocal numbers, but he was specifically honoredfor i Important use of Bud- beson Field, Thursday; June 4, Other races John

at the FHA office Pridgen Building the act of drawing cocking and accompanied by Nan Simmonsand the work he did in the r-lan- dy Poppy funds is the V. F. W. 1064, at 8:00: p.m. This will be Senate,McDonald Clyde Galloway Representative,

said Joe Ann Wright. ning and construction of the Kehabilitatlton Service through class in the hUtory taigus ;
DeFuniak Springs. He firing his gun in-1u t -.17 of 'a the largest Prescott.
H. (Jimmy
'' The Mistress of Ceremonies Juniper Lake public fishing area. which V. F. W service officers hundred andforty Tames
his office has received a deb.eof second. For. comparison, 'a fair of Walton high one Sheriff Howard
Ward ,
inquiries since the special allocation average time Is abcR.1t.50 of a Glenda Caswell, Introduced Mrs. His plaque was presented by A. assist veterans in adjudication of seven students. ftdoffious ; Curtis R. Miler -

was announced last weal second! Bernice Caswell County Supervisor L. HOI. claims for compensation, pensionand The program and a list of the ([Andy) Anderson Donald
Joe.Bodrie spent several yean of Education, who made Camp Secretary: J. A. Childers other benefits from the Veterans graduates will appear in nextweek's ; Commissioner. Constable

in New York' and Hollywood tome remarks concerning the gave a report on projects carried Administration, President paper. Idalr., Hubert Bell;
Max 8.
Forest Service News teaching Western' stars of film banquet and F. H. A. out by; the Woodmen. Mrs. W. D. Doering pointed out. 31st. 2, Cecil Cawthon, Dist. 0,

and television how to handle At the conclusion Mrs. Ruth Douglass was presented a flagat "We feel that every loyal American "ilarsh and Constable, J.

-Balkcom County their revolvers and how to shoot. Cosby, advisor thanked the F. H. the ceremony.; will want to do his partto Byrd Wins Awardfrom :Jfcorge Arthur Carter and

Archie G. \. members, mothers girls who make life easier for those who Insurance Co VIctor Ward.Democratic. V
Ranger of the Florida Forest Some of iris most prominent pupils ballots carry a
served and lunchroom staff who gave so much. They will have
week that have been O'Brien
Service, reports this Hugh prepared the food for making the Walton County that chance to do so on May 23, The United Insurance Company :irate to vote for Presidential
county were< Wyatt Earp of TV fame), Glenn B.
the fires in Walton Pre-School Registration lectors pledged to Lyndon
ordered to
Banquet such a success. when Buddy Poppies go on sale jf America was pay;
much lower than last year and Ford and many; others. .bhnson and Republic ballots
of 100.00
a here in DeFuniak Springs. Marion J. Byrd the sum $
wishes to thank the people of Besides being the fastest gun DeFuniak Springs Pre school registration for .a month since October 2, 1982, I:nrry electors for Barry Gold-

Walton county for the fine cooperation illve. Bodrie Is a foremost expert Garden Club InstallationThe those children who 'will enter when he was gored by a bull 1 rater and unpledged electors.

that they have shown an the proper,method of handling school,first time, first grade this Charles M. Jenkins Retires an his dairy farm southeast of Three precincts In south Waon !-

in making this record possible.He and firing-weapons.- For several DeFuniak Springs Garden fall, will be held as shown belowon After 17 Years Service With :town in a case tried in Circuit county-Pt.; Washington, San-

reported that Walton county rears he hat Instructed:' hundreds the date and time shown: The State Road DepartmentCharles t3 Rosa Beach and MIramar
Club held its Zuurt Monday.
luncheon and
had 113 wildfires burin of policemen through'the country. nstallatlon of yearly officers! at the Gaskin School, May; 27, 1964, Byrd, represented by Douglas leach freeholders will vote ,on
this time last yea: While at RIvard' Bodrie wi11 Jenkins is retiring and dogfly project In
2,144.5 acres Country Club Wednesday May front 11 am. to 1 pm. Andrews, testified he had been Ii i mosquito

and that this ;year Walton count lemonstrate and explain tricks tth. The following members Glendale School May 28,. 1964, June 1, after 17 ;years service unable to work since that time. hat area.

has had 51 wlldllfes burning i a used by gunfighters) of the old sworn in: were from 11 ajn. to 1 p.m. with, the State Road Department, Ihe Jury awarded him a further A heavy vote Is looked for,

total acreage of 671.5. Last ;year West, and show the Hollywood President All parents should bring theseireschool stationed here all during that $100.00 a month until he releasedby with some predicting as many
Mrs. F.
Ray Hansen.
46 of the fires were incendiary: versions of them. He will also First Vice-President '[ children to the school period working in the bridge department. his doctor: but Judge Ernest: votes as were cast in the first 1
Mrs. John l
,. ...
and 24 of these were incondUrj' perform various draws and ..plnsthat C.: McCaskill. named.,on..datef".and Um* .;,., Mason, presiding,.struck out that primary' 1

this year *have'!.famous.made'Bollywood. .,. Western i .-Second 'Vice-President: ,'Mrs. H. show, so,They; may be'registered.. He and his family in moved 1945 here part of the verdict.: The jury was' t
-- from Geneva January ,
B..Frank Treasurer Mrs. Nelson out only 16 minutes. Bureau Official
f' J8' .' ; Farm
The Florida Forest.Service Win Admission, Is free. !Burton; Recording Secretary; Mrs. Argyle HomeDemonstration and shortly thereafter went to The award came to about f 1900. MJI Speak A t The
committee met in the< Club work with the road department.
i Prevention H. L. Prescott CorrespondlnSecretary Club MeetingWayne'
; \
this past week working in Washington, Holm .I Jllanafrement
Pridgen M. Y. F. Sub-Di trletI Mrs. Stealle Preachei -
chairman R. B. Underwood, The Argyle Home Demonstration and Okaloosa counties. PRE.SCHOOL REGISTRATION
with Meeting Is Historian Mrs. Henry Klein Mlxon. a state director
HeldW I
Ziel Pat Cov- There have been lot of
members Johnny I Parliamentarian, Mrs. W. A. Club met Monday, May; ol tho Florida Farm Bureau Fed-
ell, Harold Gills County Range] The last meeting of the Methodist Chamblee. 1964 in the home of Mrs. Love changes in our areas, and traf Pre-school registration for thos eration, will be the guest speakerat
Farm Forester I fie has increased tremendously, children who .will enter school,
Archie Balkcom, Youth held Smith, with eight mmebers pre
Fellowship was Committee Reports, (including: the May'meetfne of the Management -
Forester ; has all Interestin, this fall
DeRolf. I&E but it been first time, first grade ,
William at the Wesley Memorial Methodist the of the theCountrY'
; report outgoing president sent.The Club, to be held
Hunt and Assistant District: meeting was called tc work" he said. will be held as shown below on
Tom Church. showed
the made at 6:30
Club Thursday
Ralph Edenfield attend progress order by the president, Mrs. Kud- At the age of 68 he still feel the date and time shown:
Forester The Wesley Memorial M. Y. F by the club members, (during the
,for and plans to spend a goex Mount Zion School, May 29th,
Program good
Forestry Melhorn. The devotion ,teas
The olph
ing. put on a fine play, with good 1963-64 Year) in Horticulture, who owns a large farm
workIng until 3:0(
time in the future
was discussed deal of 1994 from 1:00: p.m. :
the next few years meaning to all ;youths. There was' Birds and Conservation and Ar- given by Mrs. Smith. I at Campbell, has been an active -
concerning in his yard, fishing, or maybe -
and other business a short time of fellowship after rangements. For its contribuitonsto Virginia Clark announced that p.m.All should bring these member of the Farm Bureau
sitting. parents
forestry was conducted. the program. the Florida Federation of Garden the County Council Home Demonstration for and has served on the
Club Dress Revue He and Mrs. Jenkins are fami pre-school children to the school I years
Darlington Methodist church Clubs, the Club received a liar figures at sings all over this house named above on date and national staff of the organization.
MotorcadeTo be held at the Glendale
McDonald was again awarded the banner foi Certificate of Appreciation which would I
and he says he Is not planning time shown so they may be re
27 1964. A Fair area
District Club house May ,
Tour 3rd having the best projects. Will become a part of the per to miss in the future .
The next meeting will be held manent records of the DeFuniak, Committee was appointed: by the many Chamber of Commerce
and Mrs. Jenkins have one will appreciate announcing -
for State Senate church president. They are Mrs. W, T. He you Calendar
A motorcade, at Otter Creek Methodist Springs Garden Club. Community
Jenkins whcis that
MaJ. Charles the above for us so
Angus McDonald ol Parker, Mrs. R. D. Smith and son, May 28
candidate John on the fourth Monday night Informed. May 21 -
working with Boeing at Cape all parents may be
will tour the Walton-Holmes- this month. The meeting will begin The Star Gazers Met Mrs. Marvin Bishop. Canaveral. They have two grand Thank '
county area Saturday; and We had a very interesting pro- you.Mrs. View P.T.A. -
Washington ; at 7:30 pm. every With Wayne Wooten children.Mr. ( .) Mary S. Spence PHN May 21-Valley

afternoon.' M. Y. F. is urged,to attend. groin, on Sewing Today's Fabrics. Jenkins is a member of Walton'County- Health Dept. 7O.:

The caravan is scheduled to be Kermit Wright The Walton county'' Astronomical The meeting was adjourned refreshments the local Masonic Lodge, the East DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Paxton Rurltan-7:30.:

in Chipley at 1 p.m., DeFuniakSprings (Reporter) Club met Friday night, May were served by the Baptist church, the Walton County May 23-Country; Club Dance -

at 3:45 p.m. and Bonifayat 15 at the home of Wayne; hostess. Singing Society: and says one CARD or THANKS 9:30: :

6:30 Wooten.' We had two May 25--Juniper Lake Opens -
p.m.Motorcade new members of things he hates about retiringIs
will be Annual Southwide Baptist
marshal W T. MITCHEMMr. I
Charles Kocisek and Alan 5:00.:
busi- Homecoming May 24, the fact that he won't be able We would like to express our
Woodrow Lewis Chipley; Chandler. We welcome new mem- to see a lot of his friends In he deepest appreciation to those that Beta Sigma Phi-7:30.
bers between 10 and 20 who William Thomas Mitchem: DeFuniak Lions_7:00.:
nessman. motorcade The and members of the are road department as much as he were so kind in our recent ber-
Lewis said the pastor seriously; interested in astronomy.If 88, died of a short illness May would like to.CARD eavement. For the many beautiful May 26-Election Day-No; School
forming at the National Southwide Baptist Church ex- 11 in a local hospital. To mourn Phi 8:00.
would begin interested please contact anymember floral offerings ,the words and Beta Sigma -
in Chipley tend to the:people of the community Arvin
Guard Armory in Walton or Paxton his loss are four sons, will Klwanis-12:15EXPRESSES
acts of sympathy we alwaysbe
with McDonald an invitation to attend ;
at 12 noon Saturday high schools. Mitchem of Darlington, OF THANKSWe
,from each their homecoming day'' Sunday Gaskin Robert ,Mitchem of grateful.
supporters Two members David Spence ,
May God bless ;you.
county in the three-county Third May 24th. and Wayne Wooten had new tel- Orlando, and James Mitchem of would like to take this opportunity The Family of TWANKS".To

District participating. Comead join us as we fellowship escopes. The night was good for San Diego Calif.; One daughter to thank all our friends Mrs. Anna B. Burch

Other supporters are expectedto : together in a good Gospel observation of the moon ,and Mrs. Elise Haydon of San An- and neighbors for the many cards, my many; friends of Walton -

Join the motorcade along the Hymn M"g Venus. tonia, Tex. Two sisters, Mrs. flowers! and kindnesses shown ; County.I ; .

clrcultuous route and some will Rev. L H. Martin PastorTO Members who attend,Walton Jane Cook DeFuniak Springs, during the Illness and recoveryof Mrs. C. H. Levy of Pensacola would like to thank each of

out along the way, Crestview. and Miss Evelyn McCaskill of for the good vote I received
probably; drop nigh school decided to subscribeto and Elizar Brewer, our son. ;rou
Lewis explained. Brief stops are THE VOTERS sky and telescope magazine There are 35 grandchildren and The Family of Jacksonville, spent the weekend throughout the countty.; Although

scheduled in each community, for the school library. eight great grandchildren. Leonard Llndtey here with their mother Mrs. R. defeated In this race I would

with the candidate speaking ,Here Is a message to the voters We made tentative plans fora He belonged to the Church of E. L. McCaskiU.: like to ask each of you to work

briefly at each place. of Walton county from Curtis; It. public astronomy party on the Jesus of Latter Day; Saints being Mr. and Mrs. R. M:. Brice of with Mr. Parker to maintain our

Miller "1 want to thank you for night of June 24. This is the High Priest, and a worker. CARD OF THANKSWe Orlando, arrived last Thursdayfor ; good school standards for our

"Finders Creepe'a" Senior the wonderful vote you gave me night that the moon will be in There are a host of friends to a visit with Miss MargaretSowell children.

Play, May 21 and 22nd. In the first primary. On May 5th total eclipse, beginning partial mourn his loss. wish to take this opportu- Thank you,
his to our heartfelt appreciation Mrs. Sarah George of Daytona J. C. Turner.
indicated desire for a eclipse about sun down. Make He made his home with nity express
Walton ;jrou your for the kindness shownIn Beach, Is the guest of Mrs. R. E.
Senior Class of Arvin Mitchem. He was
The change.. 1 invite the support your plans to attend our eclipse son,
nigh school will present "Finders McDonald and Mr. Alford party. borned and reared near Darlington the death of our husband and L. McCaskill. Miss Laura Lane of Ft. Wal-

Creepers", on May; 21 and May Mr.nd their supporters and ask that -Wayne; Wooten, ReporterTO on a farm. rather, for all floral offerings, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Flow spent ton, was In DeFuniak Springs

22 at 8pm. in the high school they; join ,with Us in a winning He was a carpenter by; trade prayers; and kind words. May Tuesday and Wednesday In Jack visiting Patricia: Goff during the
and Sod bless each of you. sonville. week.
auditorium. 24th. THE VOTERS and skillful work at it '
Tickets will be students, 50c effort I ask on thafyou May check. my, recordf was a faithful friend to every' -The Family of J. D. Broxson Mrs. William Powell and young<<
daughter of Macon Ga.. are DO YOU NEED YOUR
and, adults 75c. I knew how I wish to express sincere appreciation -
past'kxperletace. one.Mr.. Mitchem made a trip to CARD or THANKS guests of her parents, Mr. and SHOES SHINED
fine vote
to run' the Sheriffs office. for you;
WALTON COUNTY to visit his Mrs. Howard Anderson.Mr. .
VOTERS OP As Sheriff I promise to"work gave me for re-election as your Anchorage Alaska We the loved ones of Mr. William and Mrs. William Kennedyand Why not go through your closet
son Arvin In 1953, going by plane
of Walton State Senator in the May 5 pri-
I appreciate the fine vote you with the ysvng people the highest vote and staying ten months. Thomas Mitchem wish to daughter Tyrene Richardson and bring all your dirty; shoes

in the first primary inmY' ounty.; I promise cleanefficient mary giving me thank; one and all for their kindness and Mrs. J. J. Kennedy spen to the corner of 8th and lUldwn'Christo's !

gave campaign me for re-election for law enforcement' with fairness to, of the five candidates here in my; MASONIC NOTICE shown during the sickness the weekend in Columbus, Ga., (' 5 & 10c) on May; 23,

Representative ill. I need the help of the peopled home county. md' death of our dear ones also with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wardlaw rom 8 ajn. until 12 noon.
term as ;your -
another of all the
the State Legislature. I Walton county, In this race. I solicit the support Regular Communication. DeFuniak For the beautiful flowers that nd family. Let the Rainbow Girls do yout
in and feel
You know the record of both voters for ,
will be invaluable dirty work for you.Reporter.
experience Lodge 170 F & AM, were given.
feel my with as a mem- .
and myself. my GraduationThe
opponent Pa Spikes
second term, my The Mitchem FamilyNOTICE Kindergarten ,
in a .
to 7:30
me Tuesday; the decision will be'p ber of the important Legislative Thursday; : p.m.Folmar

and will help me to be able todo to Will you; vote for four Council and as designated Presi- White, W.M. will have Its
you. Kindergarten
for the people of my; J. T. Johnson, Secy. Weather ReportDate
more, clean and dent Pro-Tern of the 1965 ses
;fears of outstanding, Anyone desiring a ride to the graduation! exercises on Monday,
county. efficient taw enforcement? Will sion. I will be In a position to the high school -
call TW 25: at 7:30
vote election day Mav :
I will appreciate ;your on cast vote for Good Law serve the people of the District Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sellars and polls on 38 children will High Low Rain
,roil ;your auditorium when
May; 26 for a second term as ;your enforcement? even more effectively; In the next tons of Pensacola, were guests of 1-3131. their diplomas. lay 13 83 61 .05
Thank ;you all for Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wooten over receive 49
Representative. and courtesies I ask' only that you judge the four ;years.If BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Fifteen three and four year-old 14 80

the many; favors the entire cam- record and experience of bothshy honored with re-election you the weekend. children will give a brief pro- 15 80 48'

shown me during and myself and be sure of my untiring eforts of the 16 83 50
opponent go can and Mrs. Clyde Wells announced gram telling of a few
serve you
win ; SALE
I FOR : 47
and fairly; at sail times, to the polls Tuesday and let ;yOUI'coucIence for the progress of the entire Guernsey heifer, first calf. W. J. the birth of a son Kel- things they have learned. 17 88 47
honestly 90
always working for the best interests : : be ;your. guide. Thank' district.CLYDE Respectfully GALLOWAY Bell Rt. 3 Box 5S, DeFuniak I vin Clyde Tuesday; May; 19, in All friends of the kindergarten 19 18 .3 58r .
muc to
constituents. rou very the Walton county; hospital. are invited _
of an my; CURTIS R. MILLER Senator, 3rd District Springs, Fla. Itpd
'James H. (Jimmy; ) Prescott

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Glendale HomeDemonstration
.,'I Pt. Washington and ., ,.,bill Had e I1S, at Seagrov Mrs. -W. A. Holley;'-Mrs.: 'Albert' Club
Beach Butler and daughter Tereasa
The BeachesMiss Mrs Henry Wesley and Mrs.H sent Friday with Ms. Holley's The dlen'dalc l O SalUmaii were business brother-in-law _and sister, Mr. Club held its regular
To The Julia Strickland was a \litois m Fort Walton Tuesday. and Mrs. Jordan Lindsey'their monthly meeting Thursday, May
Voters: businss visitor In Panama City Mrs. Edward Harris of Bir- Sunny land Beach home. 14, 1964, at 'the Glendale Club!
Monday, May 11. mln':ham, lUtompanied by Dr\ Mr and Mrs. Gene :Infinger house.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilurdis Vaughanand and Mrs. Esau Harris of Bess- Mr ann Mrs. Levi McKlnney and Plans for dress review were
Mrs N. A.. McLod of Red mer, and Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey daughter Ann Mr. and Mrs. completed. The dress review will
Bay spent Sunday afleroon with O'Ncal of Charleston, W. Vn., Rhemes Scott and children were be May 27, 1964, at the Glendale
the Gene Infin cra. Others callIng nonl Inst week in the Argo home among those ehjoylng a fish fry Club House. Time 10:30: am.
during the afternoon were Scajirove Beach and also visited Friday night at the Florida Forest A special program on the beginning -
Mrs. Steve Barrett and Mrs. with Mrs\. Harris' parents, Mr. Service Headquarters, DeFuniak of Home Demonstrationwork
,r A Vote for John James Armour of Sea-trove'I and Mrs' Steve Barrett. Springs. in Florida and how it has
la ,, Beach. Mi. and Mrs. Henry Baker of ,Mr. and .Mrs., B. Bostick. Mrs. progressed. Everyone is Invited
Mr. and Mrs. Russell HocUn, Panama City, spent Friday with Mamie Hatch and Mr. W. R. to come.and brlnq a covered dish.
Jr of Houston, Texas, are hc the 1 Roy Burllsons end enjoyed Hobbs were shopping in Panama Club Reporter,
houseguests of his parents, the m: mpnno fishing. City Saturday,May 9. Laura Wilkerson
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a vote for economy I ..


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During* the course of,,my.campaign for State Sena- '. .' ,'':'':-.fll'' <4Jr'. ., REPUBLICAN,PARTY' Issuing .
tor, I have emphasized my-devotion economy in gov- .:;":; :i ,,:::'.. Stub No.2.Officer .

ernment. iI | *. ,4\'jjK;, ,! :'.: . _."" ...
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told you that I: would,;publish :a list of my cam- :" ..
paign expenses for the primary ending May 5. I : !$: ,'i! OFFICIAL'PRIMARY BALLOT ': I...' v...;'. .

My record of expenses, I believe, shows that I practice 'i...:'J* '''''/'''' it:: '' REPUBLICAN'PARTY 1 ? .. ,.

in my personal affairs-even in a political cam- I .,;'//JIj! :' .'r'=;. .fe.* .. MAY 26 1964 .. I'.. '-. -!.-.: ."
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paign-the same economy that I advocate for govern- .,....,:.,.:J.. : Walton County >"L., .
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These are my first"-primary expenses: .. ', ": Place a cross (X) in the circle at.the top'of the column
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I ; !; of the group of delegates for whom you wish to vote. ..
QUALIFYING FEE $60.00 I Candidates Candidate
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:' For President
POSTAGE $25.00 .. _.

TOTAL FIRST PRIMARY EXPENSES $556.81 _' .'. .".I"...,,.t...,,' .0:: ," I

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William D. Pawley '" ..
William C. (Bill) Cramer .
Organizing Chairman "
: Organizing Chairman .
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.-\, .;- '" William D. Pawley William C. (Bill) Cramer .'
.' ':p/.., ..'!''r.ti Tom Fairfield Drown Robert H.JElrod .. -

'- -- 1:':'"...... ;.,;'.:'_ .... G. Harold Alexander Edgar L.IKiefer .
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Basil M. LaVergn"r
Albert ,.
:: ":". : William T. Wakeman .
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James Wehrlels']
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'j -' ;q" Alary\ _Ellen Young
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May L. Harwood =-
I.... Thelma T. FischerHelena : OpalJkvSheltonEvelyne ;...

M. :Morris GimmeMarqulta ''\ ..
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Janet H. Showalter Emily M.,Boylston] : '1't
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Delegates ''District; Delegates .'. _
THANK First Congressional District .,
First. Coagressfamal District ; ':r
Paul Baxter .
I. J.,:HoliidyVeal '. ::;. 7 '
Margaret Dean '
Webb Time Mar'*Benson ..,.l ',< .',

t4. :. ,To vote for a person whose name is printed Mi'tbt.baU Mark a cross (X) .' ";:'. '
in the square at the RIGHT of"the MM ofthsiperaoarfor! :: whom you : .. '
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For Committee Republican woman National

Helene M. Moms f

Frances Salmon j .

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Thank you, voters of Walton-County, for the very fine vote you. gave: -:' ..]1' -;--:.l; -: :, '-- .
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me in the first primary,.giving,me a clear majority of votes cast in my


I appreciate the honor and the confidence you showed in me and ..._

pledge you all my best efforts for the betterment our whole county. *

Thank you all very much. .


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Walton Menus Thoe from this county attend- I
ing the West Florida Curriculum
May 25 29 Council in Fort Walton Beach I r 8M.7 HAYOON BURNS
I lost Thursday were: Milton Smith,
Monday--Spaghetti with tn at Edwin GillK Edward Nail, Jay
sauce hamburgers and potato McDaniel l>\vnn Bishop. Mrs I Governor of FloridaMayor
Sticks, cabbage salad, peaches, Cathryn Cawthon and Mrs. Derlilce -
rMah'' peanut butter and crackers se-'i Caswell. Burns Is the
same seed rolls, milk candidate In tha gov
Tuel'dnv--SC'cond; Election Day. r 't-J.I aAJ t ernor's race who has
Thank Wednesday: Hamburgers shown his ability to
ham and cheese sandwiches provide leadership and
.t wI rotash, sliced tomatoes and sue-j J I sT Pttp3 ,t y. t sound In His policy op
I tuce apple cobbler, cheese /- tw ponent can only prom.
milk ' ise what he might do.
and Haydon Burns has
la Thursday Potato naiad
weiners, chicken salad sandW'lthvreE'n -. been elected mayor of
You Cs. beans!, Mrawberrlrt spill, J. V. LAWSON. OWNER a ,. Jacksonville In the first primary five times by
i cake milk the people who know
.h .r Frlday-Mlnute steaks and nee dr him best and soundly
and gravy, fishwich and poCat WED.TIIURSFBI.SATURDAY a endorse his proven

sticks frozn lima beans, fruited ; leadership.
jello.-rolls-milk.- L I MAKE THE


Voters 0 tUR. THE

II Y ( Political "AJ' )

I want to arrtn -", -
express my deep appreciation and thanks to

the voters for the very fine vote you gave me for Sena- with A tall bell-shaped heavy-leaved flowers plant

tor, Third District.I which we know as foxgloveor
digitalis brought to medi-
cine a cure for hydrops of, DOUBLE FEATURE
more commonly, dropSy. This
feel greatly honored by the confidence you showed bloating watery medical sickness circle hJrtlstumgSed for CINeMZ coPE THANKSI

centuries. until the curattvepowers' :
in me and my platform, and sincerely solicit your of foxglov: ,' of .the A Sltw
same,plant family a) hlccftHfe oat
vote and support in next Tuesday's1\ election. and belladonna! were' dis Wrtu MusK
I will appreciate a consideration of my qualifica- Digitalis has been knocked
\ about' for centuries until it wish to thank every one for the
tions and platforms all voters, no matter for whom was admitted to the London
Pharmacopoeia in 1722. This wonderful vote received May 5th,
they voted in the first primary, and continue my pledgeto belated lived, however acceptance, and was digitalis short- JaneONNlNorrsld ( .44
Nominating me for Another term as
work for all the people of all counties in the Third embarked existence which on a yo-yo was to-con-like KEEN

tinue for many years with ilssurilli alrnru Constable.
District. Sincerely, the plant in and out of favor _
for various reasons.In PLUS -
favor (we hope) is the Thanks Again.Clayton.
quick reliable prescription IRON-GUTS GUYS IN ACTION!
service which we maintain at
keep up with the latest WAR MS
advances in the field of
drugs for your health and '
well being. Get acquaintedsoon HELL! Davis
at Service Drug Company -
This week's household hint:
Before throwing out empty :tc7a

plastic them a shampoo try as floating bottles toys give In i ............. ...
baby's bath.DADS. aPt. ,10 1 10H1 RUSSEll __ ..... -
mm mm STOP
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MOMS. KIDS 55c Box
SUN.-MON.-TUES. Red Worms - - - -
rOc Box
Pink Worms - - - -
MIRTHFUL! , hundred
MAGICA '" Earth Worm $1.50 per:

MIJSICALtc ..' Wigglers - - - - $1.00 Cn.

l \' Crickets - $1.00 per hundred

SEE "THE FASTEST GUN ALIVE" + $1.00 Per doz.
.' Shiners -- - - -

I I We carry n complete line of fishing poles and tackle.
Ice picnic supplies, gas, oils and licenses.

I Normal opening hours 5 a.m.till 8 p.m. Monday through
Monday' May 25 WAIT DISNEY Saturday, but due to the opening of Juniper Lake on
May 25, we will open on that date at 3:30: a.m. for the
. fisherman's convenience. Give us a try for all your
fishing needs.! Located 4!/, miles north of DeFunlak

63O' P. M.. Springs on Hlway 83: near Juniper Lake. I'h.TW 62268.

." hptNcCLOR Herrift>i OH Well Service Station |

.: at RtV AID CHEVROLET: : I ....l

Thank You VotersI

want to express my appreciation to all those who

..: STAR OF 'STAGE? SCREEN, AND TV WILL AMAZE voted for me on May 5 for another term as your County

YOU WITH HIS FIREARMS'; WIZARDRYHere Commissioner. I earnestly solicit the support of votersin

is the kind of entertainment that eve ijf. and safety, as well. So here's a chance for you the May 26 primary and ask your consideration of
one in the whole family will enjoy. Joe BoUrfe, and your whole family to see a real gun wizard
"The Fastest Gun Alive," wiB-display his light in action. Come and bring the whole family to my qualifications. I feel my experience will enable me
ning-like draw and put on an exhibition of fancy this special' event sponsored by our Parts and
gun handling and twirling. And he will conduct Accessories . to serve well the people of the county, and I will serve all
exciting demonstration of firearms' handling
the people of Walton County to the very best of my

. Don't Miss "The Fastest Gun Alive'And vote.ability.Sincerely When you go to the polls Twill, appreciate your

An Evening Of FREE Entertainment at HUBERT BELLCOUNTY


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Prices Effective S & H Green Stamps ?
1 Order I r e
MAY With $10.00 or More Food
One Coupon Per Customer (
20-21-22-23 I '''' ?"f'
(Good Thru May ,.
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Fresh, Lean, Ground

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GREEN = 'D':Z ''
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Fresh, Crisp

And Clean End Cut PorkChops
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,,;,, :o LettuceHEAD Lb.

; Center Cut Ib. 59c

r Rath's All Meat
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b 0 Pleasure. Shop Your
.. Bologna
Friendly Piggly Wiggly
Sunny Tennessee
For Dew-Licious Produce! Lb.
Frozen Rath's is a "Quality
Conscious" BrandSAUSAGE j

Strawberries 1

Register Pure Pork

10 Gz.
2 Pkgs. i-

Registers Sausage "Go-Steady" with Breakfast's Eggs!

.Mmmtwmu.wmmwwmMWMmwmKMiFREE' !, ':, .
NABISCO Cedar Farms Swift's Canned


FAVORITES 1 Intr. 99c 32.69 :


Aunt Jemima CHASE & SANBORN 120,000 !


5 Lb. Bag 100 WINNERS OF 1200 S & H STAMPS g
1 1LB. :2V Sa*'* this weekend's islet slips. 2>
:V.. Check the numbers on Piggy Wiggly's Bulletin Board 51
CAN & \ your cash register tape number is poster. t
HAWAIIANPUNCH ; Cashier' will give you 1200 S and H Green Stamps S*_
:sSeudfate 16 Employees of the Vlgsly Wiggly nor -
Limit: 1 Can relatives may win,1
5.1nni g numbers will be posted for Days, Mon, Tues. !a
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With $5.00 and \\eds- RIay 25 26 27No awards made afterI
-;** ward.,1 s
., Or More .7 G" \o purchase necessary to win. If "Just Looking" the S
Food Order Please -.. cashier WlllhKlve you a courtesy slip, properly numbered !;?'
You do
t-| to be present to win. ;?
3 - 46 oz. Cans il\.i.l\"i.\T l\, /W(i.inTAi.inm 1 .nmmrI\1.mRi'\.i"; i ;/ i"liAr'"pl:

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I Miss Jane Hickman, student at -
I u. S. M.,Hattiesburg, Miss. spent
the weekend with her parents.
Stanley Hobbs, Enterprise, Ala.
Roy visited HHobbs his parents over,the Mr.weekend.and Mrs. GIVE THE 3rd DISTRICT A VOICE IN THE LEGISLATIVE
Miss Francis Louise Wise, teacher -
n at Pensacola Jr. College, was
and borne Mrs.visiting D. H. her Wise.parents, :Mr. BRANCH I OF OUR STATE GOVERNMENT FOR:

r ted Farm Agency. Phone TW 4- '
1 7831. :.:.: ..,:: HONESTY INTEGRITY
,4 N WARD local investigator in Walton ,..,..."'. cf' .;. ." FAIR PLAY ,
County. Florida for nationally
known concern of high standing.Not ;..
a detective agency. Part -
CANDIDATE FORREPRESENTATIVE time only required. Prefer retired Vote For And Elect
'or"semi-retired. Applicant
should have knowledge of gen L '
eral business and property values. z JOHN ANGUSMCDONALD
v eIii Apply to O. L. Anderson, P. O. .
Box 605300, New Orleans, Lou-
lana. 2t 5:14,21:
I will serve you faithfully, conscientiously work timber owners. We pay the top
price for hardwood logs und
for progress of Walton County, and yet have a con- timber. Free estimate JACKSON STATE SENATOR
servative attitude toward the spending of VENEER CO. INC.. Laurel Hill,
your ,
Fla. Phone 2195 days or Louis
dollar. Lowery, 4-1821, Florala Ala., WALTON, HOLMES AND
nfah" 3:12tfch2.:
There is too much emphasis put on the ,
ot your tax dollar for recreation, such as parks, etc. lots, and wooded in lots. On
First let's create employment for the citizen of Walton Okaloosa-Walton Choctawhatchee Bay county, located line on in
County, so we can put food on the table, pay your debts, Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe Rt. 1 An FSU graduate . specializing: in administration
Box 259, Villa Tasso, Nicevllle
improve our school system, improve roads and if
there should be funds available then our develop, parks Florida. A Man who will WORK WITH and FOR ALL GROUPS and
picnic areas, etc. house, living room din i i n 2 ALL INDIVIDUALS.
room kitchen, bath and half
We need someone who will not spend your tax FHA, email down payment, call I I JOHN MCDONALD WILL SERVE THE INDIVIDUAL, AND WILL ACT
dollar unwisely just because appropriations are allocated collect Crestview.MU Fla.2-2950 or" MU 4:16tfchg:2-4390.I IN THE INTERESTS OF THEIR LIVELIHOODS

on matching funds, or federal funds, and some- DEPRESSIONI! PRICESI WE' .
one who will have the attitude, that if we don't spend selll cheap. Heavy-duty rotary 1. HE WILL AID IN FIGHT TO REPEAL THE TAG
the funds here it will go elsewhere. Also if we don't SCOTT$265.00 FURR each. DISCOUNT We deliver I TAX MEASURE; ALL CANDIDATES for the Gov-

spend the entire appropriation this year the budget FARMS Magnolia Mississippi. ernorship, except one who was defeated, are
will be out next fiscal year. Phon 7832917. 5:14-7:2pd: : pledged to sponsor such a repeal.

Don't be misled by promises or statements that it Faison And Ward
doesn't cost us a dime to develop a certain undertaking. Water Wells and Pumps
2. HE WILL WORK Conscientiously for 4-laning U.S.
Easy term.Call eoli.etDoe
Anytime there is dollar
a spent you pay your share. FaUon, Bonifay 647-2379 Highway 90.
You pay taxes every day, and part of your salary you Wily Ward, Vernon 035-2168
never see. I will sum up by saying that you don't get 4:16'10:16pd: :
something for nothing, so vote for and elect Ward. 3. HE WILL NOT UNDERTAKE TO DICTATE poli-
Your reward will be two years of fair and impartial cies and decisions to our County Commissioners and
service, two years of representation to you, the citizensof School Boards that rightfully belong to those Bodies.
Walton County. On May 26th, vote for and elect
Adoffious Ward Your Representative
HALF 4. HE WILL WORK WITH our three Boards of County
Commissioners and County Democratic Committeesin
SIZESto recommending appointments to local boards and
important positions.

! make 5. HE WILL SUPPORT LEGISLATION in the interestof

look IST development.


lovely will pledge to help all three Counties in any way,
f ; FOR and in connection with any matter in which assis-
- tance might be helpful.


.. 7. HE WILL HOLD PUBLIC MEETINGS with the Citizens
of all three Counties in matters pertaining to
(Open Thursday PJtt.) pending legislation which would affect the State as

TW 682210- N. Bib St. a whole, before making up his mind in voting on
DISTRICT 3 these measures.

Willing to work.LEVELHEADED.

and ECONOMYMINDED.He WANTED! ADMINISTRATION of the duties and responsibilities -
intrusted to him as your next State Senator.

favors'participation in the surplus commodity f.DEMOCRATIC

food program for the needy of our county. COMMITTIIMANWORTHY NATIONAL 9.HE WILL OPPOSE any increase in taxes. for the

Although a diabetic he is a hard worker earning an OP next four years.
honest living by the sweat of the brow. CONSIDIRATIONJIMMVJAMES

I 10. HE PLEDGES ECONOMY in government.
He will WORK for you as he does for himself.

All the people of the county,will be proud of this DISIRVINO OF 11. lIE OPPOSES the increase of salaries for high eche-
young man as a MEMBER of the BOARD OF COUNTY PROMOTIONrouts lon officials, while low salaried employes and the

COMMISSIONERS.JOIN. OFsIRVIa elderly get little.

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AUflTHHOFHl AND 12.HE WILL OPPOSE the interference of Federal and

Qualified through EXPERIENCE. Trained through huhF _.. State government in local matters.


Thank you for your vote in the first primary.He .

will appreciate your help on May 26. UNITY"

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them out or helping run the printing presses- CHARLES TROTMAN Becond-runnerup

THE DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined es that turned out all the new money. to WANDA COLLINSWORTll Grades 7, 8, 0 held their spell and na'yQJlatls
LAMAR RAY ing bee the following day
with TilE BREEZE make the welfare payments. For some red-'! VIDA CUCHENS winners were: Vida Cuchens,

Defr'unlak Springs, Florida son, the presses had to keep running faster I NANCY CAMPBELL!\ Freeport School mh grade student -
LINDA COLLINSWORTH came out chnmplon. Nancy' alG _
and faster.
Published Every Tburactz:! : "tDeFunlalc Campbell, Dtb grade at Walton rti ;

Springs, Florida ...01..... Lien if advertising adds to the Charles Trotman. 6th grade High was first runner-up and

cost ol some products, its absence could be student at Maud Saunders, Linda Collinsworth. 7th grade at t e.
Completely Covers Walton County Trading Area champion spellers of the 4, 5, 6 Glendale School, was !second run l1d8 .
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico pretty expensive too.-Wall Street Journal grades. Wanda Colliniworth of dmm

Second-Class Postage PaidH. oOo-- Glendale School, Sth grade, was In both contents the winner t+
Wear first! runner-up, and Lamar Ray,'' each received sn;1!' .on and runner-
C. STORRS, Publisher 192<<-1983 a Buddy Poppy 4th grade at Liberty School wall'ups each $5.00.

HOWARD STORRS, Editor. Publisher This Saturday the Walton county VFW --

Post and its Auxiliary will be asking cit- .

SUBSCRIPTION: izens to wear a Buddy Poppy. It is hoped
Walton and Adjoining Counties___S3.0O Per Yens FREE--During i May
that our people will contribute generouslyas I can tell you a* a housewife why so of us
Other ______________S3.50 Per Year may IT J'7'
they always have in the past-to this make It a habit to shop for all our fresh fruit and

and other worthy 1000'Free S&H Green Stamps vegetables at. Casey's IGA DISCOUNT FOODLINER f.. .
Bible Verse For here I I. where you are sure to find your favorites <
There is a growing school of thought that With the purchase of a . plump, Juicy fruits and tender young ot',, )
_ eyes were as a flame'of fire and the does vegetable that ere fresh can be. You'll enjoy sea ;...
government everything necessary. Deep Freeze during the month of May
on his head were many crowns; and he : Ing the produce department where there', such L:. ;
for,the welfare and
comfort of disabled vet- '
had a name written, that no man knew but good eating tot b* had. You might say "they lock .
erans and their dependents good enough to eat".
he himself.-Rev. 19:12: by providing r-r: ,,., .- _
hospitals and medical service for thousandsof
oOo A TIP TO THE LADIES: To keep! hair.
them each year. In a large measure this sr-p healthy, and to supply the care. it needs looking
Gems you
of ThoughtOpportunityGreat must
may be true. Certainly no finer care can be 4 .ttc have the right equipment. There are endless hair
opportunities come to all, but many # products on the market but some basics:
provided than that furnished by our Vet- eenttlal. >-
do not know they have met them (( Oppor- S II '. At the top of the list Is your rufr's best
erans Administration hospitals.But 'b friend, a hairbrush. Next, you'll want" ct least
tunities do not come with their value there is more to the problem than ;s7i n.. .. r ars or three sizes of roller. and naturally:! yeu need two a

stamped upon them. Everyone must be mere creature comforts those veterans who shampoo' for your type of hair (dry. oily, etc) and
challenged. -e a cream rinse. You will find all of these Items and
need hospitalization. A hospital can be a more at SERVICE DRUG COMYANY.

oOo--- cold place indeed without a frequent handshake ,
There be of ATTENTION MOTORISTS: Her are a few lutU
none Beauty's daughters
a cheery hello and the small, gift provided known facts about Davie Tires. They are throughly
With a magic like thee, largely by dedicated members of the tested In laboratories and are subjected to every -

And like music on the' watersIs type of driving condition In the entire country. t
veterans' organizations who regularly visit
voice Davis Nylon tire. take punishment on highways anu '
thy sweet to me: these> hospitals. It is in this field that the special test tracks from moderate speeds up0. Il"I I

When, as if Its sound were causing. famliar Buddy Poppy accomplishes so much. speeds over 100 m.p.m. for hour.* on end. Over 100

The charmed ocean's pausing. oOo-- types of vehicles of very description! have lesud:

The waves lie still and gleaming Davis Premium Sentries. They are available at yo.ii.I
A Golden Anniversary ;
And the lulld winds seem dreaming:
Earlier-this month the Agricultural Extension -
And the midnight moon is weavingHer I gladiolus arrangements dorn't; have to b*
Serive celebrated its golden anniver- massive. A few full blooms and soma bud tips make
chain the -r .
bright o'er deep -
sary. Now after 50 years of service, most an artful bouquet for a table. mace:. uprIght' stem
Whose'breast is gently heaving. with three\ilerets, In the center o; your container
people know about the Agricultural Agents
As an infant's asleep: rI Put one tapering stem with a few buds! showing
and the Home Demonstration Agents and color, the left,
to just above the rim of the bowl,
So the spirit bows before thee
the various services which they perform- and a third to the right, for a long horizontal line
To listen and adore thee; P ILCO In contrast to glcbelike bowls. You will find plentyof
however mention of the Agricultural Ex-
With a full but soft emotion, fresh Glad. at McLEAN FLORIST to brightenthe

Like the swell of Summer's ocean. tension Service may draw a blank stare: thisis Terms at bank rate interestas appearance of your home.A .

the name of the service for which the low as '
George Gordon quick visit to CARP'S ads one to believe that .

-- oWe County Agents and Home Demonstration $219.95 everything about those new summer. dresses bespeaks :* ,...

Agents work. luxury-that I I., everything except the price: '
are glad to be able to report that the tag. Th fabrics . d
When Congress passed the Smith-Lever: are exquisitely woven The
Confederate flag is now flying near the old colors. and pattern are truly superb . The dc !;'t "
Confederate marker on the courthouse Act'May 8, 1914, the United States Depart- CITY TIRE & APPLIANCE CO. signs are all slanted toward an exciting, fashion '

ment of Agriculture, the many land-grant right summer . And you've seldom see such fl'h- ,>, ..(
lawn. As most people here know the mark. .
120 West
Baldwin Ave. lovable details dresses. ,
colleges (ours is the University of Floridaat on that ell for such mod! <
er, a marble shaft with a hand on top withan DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA prices.. LThere
Gainesville) and the local Boards of
extended finger pointing upward, is the
.. is
County Commissioners, joined into a co- ""'I"" z: one Item that I think ever> uody wants
oldest Confederate marker in the nation, .. and that is hot water . that's why no sr: ijle,, conI .
and was erected in memory of Walton' operative agreement to provide the manpower vlence doe so much for the who:" t ,1"1 .a.n

equipment and facilities to assist 1000 S&H Green Stamps FREE automatic gas water. Install an n c ,r ,' ,c WEST
county men who lost their lives in the Civil
farmers with their problems. ThU poolingof during month of with GAS gas water hearter which h. :: ,far 'three
} purchase
War. We think it is entirely fitting thatthe 4 time faster than any other sour-- ,gv when
flag be flown by the side of the marker financial resources at the national, state of Air Conditioner you burn L-P Gas. That _meanssmaller i buy a
and levels for educational work in ,I lea ..,
county ) expensive water he. the Job.
and want to commend the Board of County
griculture and home economics is a land A visit. toWEST FLORIDA. 'CAS Call ' ,lve! you
Commissioners for authorizing the tribute. the fact* you need.

The first suggestion that the Confederate mark in legislative agreements.The ,
flag be flown in this site so far as wo can Colleges of Agriculture were created ii1,11I, hIm to show WHEAT you around at WHEAT TIRE SERVICE ,' .'" "

by the passage of the Morrill Act in 1862. I I plant. H. will his modern tire recap
Simmons : '
learn.was made by Troy at a ses- explain to yo uthe complete 131"f.' f. :

sion of the Commissioners a few months ago. After the passage of the measure it became the of recapping.precision f am sure after seeing for you,.. ]

oOo apparent that professors as well as farm- workmanship that goes Into each :1:1:
every auto an dtruck tire
had little scientific information to processed you will b. pI"
very perly Impressed
A Commercial fable feel safe when
rely on. This led to the passage of the Hatch WIIftIILI4 iIJ 'Jj'll quality Rec.p.. riding on the f
"Advertising adds to the cost of the
Act, which created the Agricultural Exper- .- If
products we purchase.-E. William Henry 1 1 will be you want to make cure your vacation plansmusic
iment stations. a hugeages
chairman, Federal Communications "';:;;' then I recommend taking
But with the of time agricultural -h; .Iong. The Motorola'
passage 31pe.d
I"": t portable phono.
Commission. leaders felt there was a breakdown between ,,. _. ) Sort.hil. one of the very bat compact automatic
Once upon a time some citizens of a fs! 1 phonon made It- lucked l with more value
and this technical infor- features
research findings than
any other In its .
country began to increas- pria ran9 Plays
prosperous grow mation getting into the hands of the farm all speeds and all sizes ' 'I. cornplded' Jam peeked -
ingly critical of the quality and quantity of 1 l proof and
trouble free . And fe cost .I.
ers. So it was to take care of this Ag that ii'i.16 III low. Available, very
advertising on the airwaves in magazinesand at RAINBOW ELECTRONICS, INC.
County Agents and Home Demonstration 'L bi 1 1
elsewhere. The more they thought .
Agents began carrying on the work they '3 I know when you plan to dine out .
you would like
r :
about it, the more they began to wonder if to select one of the better
are doing in getting the latest informationto That .atlnG places In town.
the cost of all that advertising weren't being place could be no other than MOM e. DAD'S lot"
farmers and farm families. Walton and RESTAURANT.
reflected in the prices of things advertised. Whether your favorite dish Ie at
all other counties: in the nation are better L I thick, Juicy steak that' fork.tender, golden brown "
Maybe if there were less advertising, they fried chicken or one of the
for the work crried on by this fine group of entrees you eee on \helr '
reasoned, prices would be lower. Then if dedicted workers. : .., .,,,,,, menu- you'll get It at the peak of p.rfectlon. t- 6

there were no advertising at all, why Before you leave
DIAL THE AIRFLOWIN on your vacation this take
shouldn't prices be at their lowest? So they 000 =,fs my advice and visit MILLER'S, THE year FAMILY
persuaded their government, which was Flora and fauna notes: Our last camellia ANY DIRECTIONFOR for the STORE where you will lee vacation shoes
sympathetic to their views, to ban all ad- bloom this year was on May 16. It was Do- DRAFT-FREE, F e along with the utmost that offer In beauty.the utmost MILLER'S In comfort,

vertising. nation . Blue-i'tinners are being caught WALL TO-WALL COOLING I Ing.a special| coll.elon of good lookIng, JleVlhT.,

Soon people noticed TV and radio stationswere with pompano the past week. Sand fleas are smartly soft, light styled shoes that are hands mcly crafted

back their broadcast time almost find We the Pushbutton Controls Automatic perfect casuals' you can wear all day long In
cutting on ; impossible to . saw comfort. With the prices

without ad revenue more and more of first pretty skunk Friday we ever saw. He Thermostat Special Ventilation Con. extra money for your vacation. you pay you save

them began going off the air entirely. News- had long silky hair like a Persian cat . trol Compact Space Saver Cabinet If you have trouble
papers and magazines raised their prices This time a year ago the Gulf was full of Dott-yourself installation suggest on your next trip to your your favorite meals then J > ,

so sharply that most people bought them green moss; now there is none. (We don't PMILCO TAC43 that you pIck up several "H.nko" brand chick gror:: !
They -
only on special occasions. know whether this form of algea comes un- Choose from 7 by local are, processed Another right here In D.Funlak Spr'na a
decorator fronts to -people. good suggestion
In Ohio an inventor developed a radicalnew der the heading of flora or fauna or neither. T match your room decor chase farm fresh eggs direct to Is your to r gro.Tr- ..c.-'

engine in his basement workshop and Anyway, we wrote the Institute of Mar- Nol*'lo.* COOLINGCAPACITIES ., cer. Processed and distributed by Henry Koerber ,M. ",fj..,
tried producing it on his own. Wthout ads ine Biology of the University of Miami and FROM Voy ladl.a will {a.
6,700 to 16.OOO BTU/HRS get a lot of help from
however, he could not line up enough volume_ asked them what causes this pest we have Prices start as low as t'ARQWARE: COMPANY'S .house"'lIro SetcJtlon FISHER

to permit an attractive price. He was going been plagued with for the past four years. L your of Spring cleanlno' They have a wonderful array In'
$169.95 maglo aids for .
to call some manufacturers to try to get one They told us that for "seven or eight yearswe of timely spring homemakers Thc!,', are. all\ kind.
cleaning buys,
of them to take over the engine, but an alert pioneered in studying the fishery; and brooms and mope and palla. mlrac1.eponcee. Cleaners and chamois to use,

policeman warned him of the penalty for general marine biology of all parts of the on nlture rugs, drapes and upholstery, WOr'ul\ ) now fur.

word-of-mouth advertising.The Florida coast, under contract with the State Ntvw Pb'T' > Germicidal -, helpers waxes for your and spring polishes and ,cores of other
manufacturers had been losing in- Board of Conservation. We were forced to DOUBLEDRT washable

terest in innovation and new products anyway give this up, however, when the Board of y !"; L filter has automobiles Having heard at RIVARD so much CHEVROLET about the quality ii"-"

since they could not tell anyone about Conservation went to the expense of set- two layers I I decided to take a test drive In one of COM thdir PAt' _

them. They went on producing the same ting up their own laboratory and hiring a ,. for betterfiltering. model used cars the other day. If the response ,0.. ;

old cars and washing machines and people staff to replace us." The Institute does not I CURTAIN pedal receive, i i.when any Indication you touch of the Its accelerator overall dependab'then and ;!: 1

1 went on buying them-but only to re- now work on the west coast of Florida for AIR FILTEFY I am sure, you will appreciate value! .a' '

place products that wore out. Sales started this reason. We started to pick our beagleup much a* I do. Drop by soon.

and employment soon headed down- the the other day and she told us You
sliding by ears might ask yourself, "Why 8- 11 :at The First
ward. that she didn't like it at all. She's just partly j .tnanco.orlrss CITY TIRE & APPLIANCE i CO. Vt National' Bank?" You'll.. find that ","e full service

About the only things that were boomingwere beagle though; the other one-fourth part is tYAWta services mean a, wide range of verypros-..* -,1 and helpful
Baldwin '. all
120 West A\4. quickly and conver tcn!:'y available
the government's welfare programs, Walker hound. She said it hurt, and when it DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA ..11 under one roof . to meet your very: banking

which didn't need advertising. Before longs hurt her it hurt us. Her name is Shug. We 1 ''I J need. Whether its a time and e- rt saving or
10% Discount all Air Conditioners checking account, one of their many 1. ids of loan
most_of the people in the country were either also tried picking our biggest kitten up on .' for family
f .:.1"" or business purpose or any other of
drawing welfare payments handing the and she bit us. j their '
; by ears I ma"y..rvlce. Member. F. D. I I. L.VOLUME .

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Indian Creek Baptist Church
Wilbur Kelly, Pastor D a .kr

Davis Lane Baptist Church
Pastor Orvls Miller I ,4 <

Santa Rosa Baptist Mission I
Rev. Marvin Taylor '

Flnt Presbyterian Church I <'
Circle Drive-DeFuniak Spc-. nOa.l. -
W. Threlkeld. Minister ,:, r.,>
Olllls Presbyterian Chapel .
Kucheeanna. Road s .. : '
DeiTunlsdc Sprliif Ha.O y a
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.yle W. Thr ik.1d, Minister a aas,

Euchee V. Presbyterian Church
Freeport Presbyterian Churcn ;
Glenual Presbyterian Church :'p
Red Bay Presbyterian Church r4p
John M. Ash, Minister

htelnt Agatha's Episcopal: Church
Rev. George Mllam Ra ,.

first Methodist Church: n? ; 4"
Circle Drive, Wart .w
Rev. Sam Shiran _

Wesley Memorial Methodist *' y, \
Live Oak Avenue 'p t tts, > ..:.< .
d t. "
Winston JayFreeport 4 .: 'r; b' '.a c. = A t VFaa

and Portland k. t .a wi
Methodist Church j
J. D. Renfroe *
s: r ta'a x s ;

Bruce Methodist Church
J J.-Snodgrass
Ala ua Center Ridge MethodistJ.
A. Anthony, Jr. u x <:i r ; :r F'
x $ &3, q _
Darlington Methodist Church ) 4 ;a u.k. 3r,3ii1

Rev. C. C. Colvln 1t

Ponce de Leon Methodist Church
Rev. C. C. Colvin

DeFuniak Springs First Baptist
Llveoak & Eleventh Street ,
W. O. Willham Pastor. "' ,g A'

East Baptist Church r'r
Richard Bloodworth Pastor 1 x ,, \
Baldwin Avenue Baptist Church It: ;. ::. .'" ;i.> 'x h". '" 4 > ,, # trkrrg :sk '4i.r>t t ,t'wtat y, .,p} g'. .'.
W. Baldwin' Avenue :;;. : f t : ::;j
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Rev. Wilbur F. Cotton Pastor :, : .1-t ;',..: '

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Northslda Baptist Church ; 4x c' r 0,'4' + >;
Uev. Glen Spence if", E- K s s: .. A :
Gaskin First Baptist Church i': s fp".t + r' ?"y 5 x, f s a $

L. U. Johnson Pastor l1f <: '.

Freeport Baptist Church f,;a 4.t ,,$
S >
W. L. Clark Pastor ;r ;;it J'
Friendship Baptist Church Ki.P.6adBwirfFa. nA ro'tigA3 %.xA:5 1!' ;,31"} iE rk.. w .. ,JvAA t.B n.r.w. kar .
C. Lester Weekly Pastor All FOR THE CHURCH

Gaskin South Baptist Church Doctor? Lawyer? Merchant? Already Bobbie's parents are planning for his future. THI CHURCH FOR ALL

Rev. Tucker Aplin They're saving to give him the best education obtainable, because they want him to be The Church is the greatest

Olendale Baptist Cburch happy and successful . a son to be proud of. factor on earth for the building -
J. B. Birmingham Pastor of character and good;

It would be if education' 1 led and citizenship. It is a storehouse
Lime Stone Baptist Church splendid a good automatically to happiness success of spiritual values. Without;
Rev. Cony Black Pastor but unfortunately it doesn't. Many well-educated men and women have failed a strong church neither

Baptist Church utterly when it came to living a stable and worthwhile life, because they lacked the democracy nor civilization
New Harmony can survive. There are four
Rev. Kenneth Klckllghter strength of character that would have sustained them. sound reasons why every

Baptist Church person should attend services
Kenneth Oak Grove Wadle Pastor There is no better training ground for the building of character than the Chrisregular and support the

tian Church. There children are to follow of life that will not fail church. They are: ((1)) For his
Paxton Baptist Church encouraged! a way own sake. ((2)) For his chil-
Charles Kerby Pastor them, and respect themselves and their fellows. dren' sake. ((3)) For the sake
Pleasant Ride Baptist Chunk of his community and nation.
Rev. James Kinchin Give your child every chance to succeed.! Make sure that his education includes (4)) For the sake of the church
itself which needs his moral
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church a thorough knowledge of the time-tested Christian truths. and ,material support. Plan

Freeman Smith Pastor to go to church regularly .
Red Bay Baptist Chureh and read your Bible daily.
Copyright i l9GlKei.terAdvati.inaServiriLkltra.LurKVn.i I I I
Rev. T. R. Padgett
Southwlde Baptistursk a --
Rev. Ivan Martin Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday 'Thursday Friday Saturday C = ==
Caney' Creek Baptist Chore Exodus Deuteronomy Psalms Proverbs Amo.i Titus Hebrews J
Robert Knox. PPastor 15:11-18: 32:1.9: 112:1.10: 4:20-27: 5:6-15: 2:1-15: 13:7-16

Clear Springs Baptist CtMtrea> -
.... J. X* Harris

Rev.Darlington Aubrey Bapttot Todd CsNsrefc These Religious Messages are Beina Published Each Week in the DeFuniak Herald Sponsored

Ub.r Isa lr ., ... dsk

J.terSingltar7: : > insifchj .. .. by Following Interested Individuals and luswess Establishments:

Pastor Gtass ....

Paxtosi ssssa ry etf CM
W. A. Whitaker, Veteran's GasCompany Fisher Hardware Co. Fisher's Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M. Prescott

Cary Richards 'IP IT BURNS OA8-CALL US"
711 LIVE OAK AVE. A. B. Covell
Ptefifly I WfeglyTl I
Cluster Springs Baptist Church King: & Co
Harold Smith, Pastor FORD CAIN'SStandard .. ORIGINAL S.If.S.rvlo. CONTRACTORComander Rivard ChevroletMossy
Head Baptist Missies a
Floyd' Garrett, Pastor Station Company
Peoples Water ServiceCompany
GAS OIL Daaley Furniture Co. Funeral
Argyle Baptist Mission WASHING-GREASNG I
Rev. Lee Kin* Creel Ford Co. Home
i Lake Stanley Baptist Ch... Goff's Ready To MERCER COMANDER. L. F. O. Choctawhatchee
Rev. Harold R. Padgett
Wear Store RITZ THEATRE Electric Cooperative
: son ST. Wisft Department Henry Koerber ,
Pleasant Valley Baptist Church. "GET MORE OUT OF LIFE- Store Inc.
T. R. Padgett, Pastor Western Auto GO OUT TO A MOVIE"The YOUR PURINA DEALf"
tth Street DeFuniak Herald Pi t8t National Bank Moore Furniture Co. LIVE ELECTRICALLY



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TCOTICE :OP' TAX SALE 't Description, Sec. Twp a..AnN 0WDft llrhsaat escrlf>ri.B See, Tsp K.*uirr** Owmsrk '. Am9natre Walton Honor Roll

Notice", U hereby given that m tb. 39 tb day of May. 1904. at the tour of 'I by JO IL coma out ofNW b 10 )'dS thence: run rtelsonCom I.'"
18 2N: 18 3.1L
13:no noon at the Court House door In DePunlalc Spring*. County of Fiorid Wr I u.l b YCJY ,. 70 )'cts W POU 5th ReportingPeriod
*, tax sale certificates will b* old: on the following de.cilbd land to tract iris, : sod I.deaC at a p* on balf are

pay the amount du fur 1903 taxes herein Beet opposite the same. together '" ....1; 000 t 6euea lu>* 3174 n W ol lilac -
'1& ..ria\ 1.0' Nwt4ui cox 01 fea-i' thence run
with aU COM* of such sal* and all s/JTertlslnir
JACK LITTLE k" 5 t..u1' diet por1b0 to M deg ...( nun K: 110 Fifteen students at Walton

TAX COLLECTOR AUUMtvea II s b of I C" el*>r-tt W aide of sit made the all A honor roll the
WALTON COUNTY yreucut. tJuuuty N eud a No .tv] to FOB. thenre -

Description, See Twp. B.*.A -.. <*wt r \nc'nt hueS. I.U\ u....\.II1Q 5.07ieuO coatimwt ti jt9 oegM fifth reporting period. The stud
00m8ch.EofNWoar 1'/'J.tb id ..its r4 8 18 17 Water 8. LoDe Adams .87 ; nun a aloug rd, 17it. .:. ents are: Judy Dalton Leonard

of BW/t. of 8W% run: .. tra"L .... ........ .4Sra 55ful tAenc* a eft a.& oumm ,
.*. .3Mt: I it to rd Adams Gretchen Infinger
R: 13 cbs. 8Ccue. to. 7chs : u.,; at Y ;NW liB Mary
8 12.17 H cbs of 1rN our ,uJl tdk'1 u1.b4iB site to FOli lu BW of Andrews Peggy Green. Nancy
>Northwesterly> 20.50 eta .. ul MIl: 5. rho t4490CO W* :aN IS 1.. Thomas X MartinIS 88.72retutS

to a t 12 ctaa 2Vi .... 0>> IMI n. ......1&_ 5elwig : <1 v A of NB,k leas and Campbell, Lou Crawford Leslie

B of t of bag N W DY..k W "gcIoaw. !' there Irom t.I1. May Lynda Ann Merrill David
run A. Ward Uo1Q . ,,,, tot oeao. iMig at NW' oar -
.\<.J near :wo It.Utencu .
12.17 cus to t ot beg 1M U :: fc LusK
110 L. b" 'i 4 N i.4) It. tbfllDC.a 01 N&.W <* run 1C: 28t) Holder. Bill Green Kathy Las.

W 9S7 ft Of EiW"" 211 1M U .3. Par1ab' 111.10 3W upt .rVIU' .11011. g" S. 10. OUi 1.13Wa yds tbenoe 8 17ft thence yds.knenct ,. liter, John Elliot Peggy Spenceand
W 280
pt of Tb. bE r ..r /. 5 18 17 :yds,
liege cor N 17* yds to puce Lesa Thomason. Those mak
01 Beo 31. tbenc go J" t I .I h. ,. ul bk'. Sad

eon sec t.UDat.r die oL .J."IJ.'ll'o'" :"'cur t. 4x0 S 1 IN II 65 Jack D. .A4&tP 11.50 ol of laud beg: exo 8CI ft a ,.strip lde for of ing the B roll are as follows:

1289 35 w 8 NSS na.. ... III SW'A )L. HOW across said tract. 12th Grade A-Judy Dalton.
ROW of Hwy No. 20O : I O. Jennings a.ll1l
sold to tI...... Kd bept.
2 IN !81br B Jo Ann Adams
then run N ea deg 860 u-tW'4 of NEtn7/ In vol. tttt pap 1s3 Kathy Al-

62.. die mID of W 2&U880 alone ad ft rd to : y.y.wof1rw ti :: b'4tr1 so O. N .Jennings IUINW and *.c a strip uf laud ford, Linda Ammons Sherry

center of graded rondthenc K bey. 10 IN II *O ft wide along N Barton Dan Hurt Carol Cart-
side of said tract" to be
u. bb
.J. t, ts sac
8 08 32 LoIn .' .
dec yd.Nkbugl4ayd.4e5wtobWcurof.. used for County: road -, wright Mike Crawford Karen
W along rd for a dia of ....
'. ; coot IV acme MO1. Cuchens Glenda Fountain Martha
48320 ft, thence 0CU
NtvttS 01 hW'.W\0 II Oat. begm at Sl; oar of N Vsol
23980 ft. thence along LOSt: pore of NW'" ? NBfe run N 63O; ft. Hedger Mary Catherine Her.
Ham rd S3: deg .. j ta
III a.k ul ltc.l runIIi 42O ft, run 8
Bay ring Bonnie HInnant, Rebecca
:::33ntt: W ot dU of ;.r- .. butueianus r J la IN II 32.1. E. RowanS 12.82 fIjO ft. E 4JO It to FOlia

to Intersection ..Nblti.. of W'.1: NW'A 01AIo. < sores, leas that: potion Hutcheson Mike Jackson Virginia

8 line of and with ,.. l1.,5 w 00: '..j. 22 IN II 180 RowanS O. Weller 4389 of NV of NBSk: W Johnson Ann Jones Char.
IO:05ratt*eo Unaa IM.i 104.OO J. R Pariah 4D W t ,. ;sa IN II 20 H. O. Well a 04UuiO ot Uer\unian Freeport
dl4 to FOB 21 F Hlmmons 311.87 r1. to W cur pn'4+(, road a strip of land 44 leg, Kocisek Kenneth Laird Larry -

NK-4 of NWU exo NBJ4ol :37tJ R pariah *t of 1'... ,.,, tut-s ruts &J: It wide designated aaSt Laird Delores Lawrence Von-
NEt ol NWW 3. 1M 17 D. P. einxmona: UAI .lout l"4 0047 11o. II Kd No 10 24 3N: 19
tits at old lencv post re- 4540. bt'I' 1.11. NI.4. a EH ol NWV... of NE)4/ of Pt noss K. LambertBef 115.71 cile Mclnnis Billy Joe Nan

i4 nuutvu an u.. aa our 01st 0' Lru It for I'UB.UII' :.... : :**' ** James Norris Carlos Price, Gloria
AW 8fWSlcoV 14\* O.al4 J. McDonald 3.11D
01 01 I jil. of '"'.'' run as 105 It onlino # of SB:*
boa 01.*. KU M i. deg par with .h. W of SW 4. thenc runE Richardson Ronald Rushing

341: Milo W moug t* bait Idly line 01 Sold 40sarse ( 809 ft for pt of beg, Michael Shell, Linda Shoat Phyla
Hue ol W .
nw,4 o. NE u..a&&CO run E: 105IL thenc run N 273 it.
is S aw of 144d.IU .10 I" lure per with N tbenc run 8 79 ft. lis Simmons Mary Ann Spencer

to run 01 auutll breocb: bdry lu.e lit swd 4J( thence run 8 273 ft. Christine Tedder Ann Weaver

tneuce aMmgaer Ion. !item. I attw. thence run N 105 thence run W 70 It to Mike Wilson.

ol MI uiaucaorally : K"- It (111 flue par with Pt Vt beg H aN: H UItf. Born. toe. 31.40
a* foiJuws. *. 2J W bury/ lw. .f sad. 40 Dom 8W cor of SIU: llth Grade -Leonard, Gret

deg o luiu W UO; to acttS. theuce. tau W 103 .. of 6W I.. run in an lu; >.- chen
l-on .....
It eloug the l'I' bdryr0' terly our suo ft. run N
with leuis punt, proJected .. red W IOCrN 273 ft for FOB run N B-Roy Alford Steve Alford
. tun N *u den JA ,.. 7 2M II % WlcI S...... Somee In0.2l 92 275 ft. run B 79 ft. 8 a*. ,- ,

8":0, : ji. along Lbs itfuc ; 1 : M!.. ot$:: WN.. 7 2N II 110 B. O. UoOaU 273 ft. W 79 ft to POB 14 :3N 10 K Woodrow W. Mltchem l.os Tommy Bane Lottie Brown
it to pt ou M 1" y1 44.: 01 $ '" 01 8W'.4 2N II 20 B. O. UoOaU '.ot IV B. HAKBKRSON LUMBER Glenda Butts Dawn Campbell

bury. lens ol aec 34, 'I N lj ot as!!;'N. ..f 8 W i4 7 2M II 20. B. O. Man: '.ot 3O 8-D DeFUNlAK 3N 10 Jo Ann
..n..ceII/:: bit OIK 4ttmm dWih c.1 :13L7: 7 2M II 40 S. O. MCOaU 11.33 J JIII lot 2 & 3. Blk 8CsnfX' Collingsworth Mary
c.! along tooo 1 auu l' Ann Dickey Julia Ann
01 NEyof: '
% of U'III. Domal
> of &uo it ,"4Oi to Ni.' ; N w II 2N la S Helitta Latrd S.119 I S-D 3N 10 12.14 Cecil WIgxmsx eM Walter

cur of MWVt ol .1'1.',* Cum ut,1 BE cot 61 aW'A 1of j >ts 21 22 Eyestone Roberts Far-
ol ttoo:: j.. ..tUcuce/:: Olaeg
of Lot lington. Sue
NE's' cud run W 4 4on loin at Foreman Judith
Homer aeU5
aaWAk Anderson
lU uiln W 1-Uy ft 27.211 D.P. Simmons 8. b U". u. 40. :::01.73ft it. run K Gamey Hilda
stub to pt ol bey 34 IN 17 .1. R. Simmons 12.30 fur _l'U73. theuce run 300 ft for POB. run__:S: Hicks Rosemary
Nit of Ix>is w At J exotux 133 It w Humphries Ann Bren-
: N 0101111) H. "cuoo run 100 ft. a 100rNDN Infinger

lence loll: Hog at ao old .' .. W 2U6.76 It thrice run 139: It to POB da Jones Tommy: Jones Glenda
post rUC lKnlJwd"
6 208.75 It, thence runE Alma Lee Bolt U.13Lot
as US: cur. ot fto.14. or : UII.-.II II tu 1'0.11 12 2M II I Lottie OtpeoD 8.28 HERO HOMES< S-D 3N 10 Kelly, Dorothy King Frances

MWfe! ol Bee.: :Ji, A "A Lot 8, Bis 1 PI..... lea-Sts fao 10459
Lindsey Susan Frances
ruu Kf til dog 41/.* mln ..r .'''' 208.7':; It 1.(4.( In 1311: w. 2. Blk 2 472: McCall

W Vi along a CIa a:ol ixuy A.oIl1.1IO of MA ittu ..-". ,..... : NWII 1.l 4 .412'5 13 : :: 3 John D. Campbell 17.23.oa Lot 4 Bile 2Lot Neal J. Hardy 10469 McDonald Jeffery Ann Owens
1.l raid ; rb 10 Ella WU. 1133tl : !.. Blk 2 Fred W$0nble 472: Linda Paul Helen Prescott Cathy
run ol'fiflii
branch: ,
1 IN 18
10 Moaene Perish :aU12At&
tneuce along .......d..r. t. 'oftl4LL'.. II IIIE..... Com where sea 23 crossesN Ritzman Steve Saltsman Ed-

lugs of tiiaucu ueuerully i bb'N7 3M II 40 V. Oa4u1an 5427wt line of sea run E 397
aa lullows: N ;WJ deg Oo .,::: t lit'.f d'e: 01 It for beg run K 105 ft mund Schaefer Oneita Shirah

loin w a oft of JwJuo ,. btvt4: w NW',. 1).u N 1 B 10S ft W 1OS It. N Frances Stokes George Stokes

It. N 71 deg 21 nun K: "' (1 143 euU ...1 Lbee purtOf 103 ttt to FOB 23 3N' 19 1 4 Mld-Stat Borne :&9.10 Patrick Sullivan Tim Sutton
a ifs of .
itlJWO; It to : ... Wa .I hlli\06\ (11 8Wlfu Com where St. rd 83 crosses

pt with where It Intersects' . .. % ..f W of rll and N line of see 23. Sylvester Judy Taylor John
lento 1 rojectedtneuce : . uf IIIW S.of B: S02 ft for
en tuet past Thence run Teelin Henry Watson Frances
W 200 deg J3mm "' .0 V. Oactarlan 1493All ,
6W \1.e fwg 4 oa I'll 8 3M 18 POB. run B 105 ft.
a, along lence H2041 buta lit .W .. oINW run S 210 ft. run W 210 White.

It to a. pt bu N bdry H. l0.4 iwr, es 8 3M 18 10 A1dVig V. Oacta.rtaa. 43M run N 103 ft. run E toe 10th Grade A-Mary Andrews
of Bee. 44: tuence b; 2-4 Il1ct Stat Home SUII
:23 3N 19
Cam oe 1'_ bur vI huts! ft, run: POD
along. sec line a die of 01 NWt. lunV 1W lew Com at NE30) f NBH Peggy Green..
bid It MOi to NH.
of NWfc of MIS'; cor of .b.uruy. c..1"0 rd tlicncc of NWH. thence run W B-Linda Adkinson, Mark An-
W p1.tbencu 420 ft to POB. thence
1 0gOx "Loi&'tW"
Bee :J4. tneuce a: 01 deg derson Theresa Beck Lee
l H let U. W OW1e run E to ROW of Bt.Rd ,
and 10 W die of
1JJ740 mm a w w.Y td. Its R'.Ulam BI'JD'. 7,53then. No. 60. thence: run: Best, Lamar Bryan Susan Campbell
it MOLi to r'a':
pt 43 b. P. 8ImmoAS 845 c u..,. W PUB aColn 3M II In southwesterly: dir &-
of beg 34 1M 17 David Maurice
420 ft N & B by 1050 .3. R. Perish 4987 ..t .hv wr of Net4 ong sd ROW to half see Cheshire

it K: & w in NE cor of 0""", h."e fun : line of sd forty, thence Cosson, Cheri Balum Greg Doug.
,"uoJ a. theuce to where It Intersects
oW 1.12. run
of BWU of NEJ4 24 IN 17 10 Bob Parish 4 SB run 4: p.u, with the N Rd No CO thence las Mary Gressette, Randal

OV4 ol NWU 14 SO D. P. Simmons de ... 1011thou. sd line to
Wof957NW'4 39rract IN 17 40 111'11 Jt 100 run W along ringer, Herbert Haigh, Rodney
;.. J. R. Parish Jr ..M l r,..u 1; put with within 8OO It of W lln
BH! of 8E14 or Robert Victoria
( Hardy Hobbs
32 S4 Fasco Rsybom de the. J'j' 40 Irate 15 n.tllIue. of ad fort thence runE
UV4 of Ix>t 1) 33 IN 17 23 3M 10- a .'!beado... Xnflngvr 13.84:
William E WilsonJlmmlC 54.27 .. run U par with Jennings Janey Jones Nancy
Com at NW cur of HE 14 ;7931.tiotf BEt4POsof
W lulu 15U. It.tbenw :
tlrs "v
of 34 J Brenda
tore run H McCall Eddy McMillan.
Wb 1tlheiuu 01 tWK, of
i ;
leg 47 mm 30 BOO W
N 10 n touto MEViWV4 Mt'P.+A. Robinson.
143.09 It to POU. thence ruu "' ;':C' N't3INc 2. 311. 19' MoCaaklll 1095
continue B :A de"11/ Pali : '" a pure of 18 2M18 Jessie b. Whletdon 1080 Beg on a pt on northern 9th Grade' A Nancy Campbell
into 30 sec W 4U1.83 It Nisi: 01 bIt bdry lln of L *c N RS
to W aide of rd thenceN COin R" 1:111I: our of NE'Aof ROW of ad pt being . Lou Crawford, Leslie May Lynda

11 deg 31 mln IS: b.11Ni. .. run N. 405 J.N 60 ft W of Harbeaon ': / Ann Merrill. .

/boa ft thence N 85 deg S bur lV.bolle.. rUG ., ". Lbr Co old Ion road. .' Al .
thence I'un W . B-k-Charles Alford Larry '. ,
BJ mln W 012 It lu Benquals: Da"..* ?:5 H, run northeasterly along d'.
FOB 34 IN 17 Runnels. c. O, Wnlt 48.09 75 I.... t11eUCS. run 8L Fisher Co. eastern bdry .-.. ford. Mike Balkom Pat Bell

Lot .4. Com at N W cor ? t 412.1206 roil Li 11 3M II Mid State Investment Corp 40.8915t line to 8 bdry line 'Rebecca Campbell
to 1'Ua Brown Kay
deg' ROW of Bt Rd 10.
of lot 4. run 8 2 of
67 mln 30 sue K for a Com at NW ...r 01 NE74of thence In a southeasterly Marjorie Colvard Jacklln Corn-

diet of US.OU ft, thence blt'A; ruu b on 40( I dlr along. ROW of r Joe Sue Crawford -
bur 1'06.n'1 man Billy Cosson
Iwo 1.0) n centerline ,
10 to
U 09 dog SJ mln K: for St. Rd.
.. '
a dlst ot 130 ft to thence If par with of Harbeson Lbr Edwin Cuchens William

POD thence continue N 40 lluo 31 with. thence W- Co -JRR ROW, he dll'J ': Fuqua John Gillis. Janice Harper
along bearing 8 85 deg .. rULl 1:10: par In a southeasterly
4d this 150 ft. thence center line of log S Judy Harper Norman Howell -
SJ mAn K: for a diet of along r .
to 40 line.
40 ft, thence N 3 deg run W 15 It road to Intersection ot Gail Jones Jennifer King.
ti I ( uto ruts N JSU it wpt Of.. N ,
of L
67 mln JO See E edie .. ,.... 183M 18 'ds William E. Hatwa ItJIII N bdry line Pentecost
- of boil thence runorthwesterly Michelle Krlng Mike
of 143 ft 8 in. tfcence y RR ROW.

B 89 deg JO min W r. ;; ., 210 of tfIl''.sq.of ht UW'i us cor 28 (1M II 1 VDUOWD 2.'" : along and to t, "t. Charlotte Rushing Rosemary
for a diet of 143.4tt ftto N 1UI ROW
POD 34 IN 17; w. J. Roberts lUll Lo"'l' .N 01" AlUYLJiI 3M 18 DOUgIsss Neel 43.011 213M 19 Olynn Richard 1I.11D Sanders Maude Sawyer Johnny

Beg at NW ear of NEt4 ". .- Coin Ba' SW cor of NW Mae Stokes, Eugene Sullivan.
of NEtS. run 8 JOS yd. , END 30 A. K. Anderson ... Z7 run NO" -
801M II of faeo War-
of SJi:?. Fredrick
Nit: ..
E 3.4 Dawn Thomason ,
for FOB run H 3VO It, u 8..M 18 300 Ruby ... A. K. Anderson 8.89B oil 69 min-E: along
11: 3-4 of 0h'ih: .. 01 8h'; .. "
run E to Western bdry 8W'AOf sea line "J83"N* N 'en. Mary Watson Teresa Wheat
of st Kd No 81. thenceNWesterly r a-4 of 1:1: 3-4 of .. R** .
., : .1.\ bE141 1:1: 301 W 3.4of ROW of 65 William Paul Wilkerson, Charles
along W 30 A. K. Anderson 25.40Coin thence 8
8 4N II
ntOfE. rd No 81 to -: :> .5. ':.f 14 tlW uf,0E'4 for o eWll .. deg' 20 mln W along 147.8 L.' t Wood Donnie Woodall LaJuanaVright.
a of pt of beg. Nit line
E lRo yds 8. .
.1 6W'4 run
thence W with N' line,
bdry line pur of BOO to ..' : for POD run N 210 'r- tnenoT ft to Quit N OU_M Corp deg, ilL ' 8th Grade A-David Holder

rfD (W 801 st rd No; ., :. .s. lti"{ B It.210 ruh t.g run alO W ft 210 run fIo mID K along Quit 011Carp Bill Green. Kathy Lassiter.
it of llamp" 96 do r
Montgomery property 22 2N 17 '. a Martha Jo Wood. Aa 132.. w P II.M II 1 WUI.rct Carroll' + ..oa property of- : B-Mark Albritton. Shirley Al
. atDW cor 01 sac 33 ft to JOrtwv
Com of BW',4 at UW: thence cor of run Mt\4' Nforty . . '.: .' Cum thence run E on III bur- ., BO. thenceROW N ol deg* ford. Mary Burke' Beth Campbell.
Un. '. ": ': d'-'r one of said son a II nun W along Sandra> Campbell Mike Carter
song bdry oilut 1 for It. thence B 25 deg
dlst of : : dIU 01 ..10 )Ode pt 191 to
thence a run E par with .. ... 4 t.Northern of VtJ: t110uce tun E li: W 7896 ft , Eddie Cawthon.- Janice Commander
... :r.: 7 1>1 Ide. oli S bo.-d'r- line.thenuo JOB. aam being property Doris Douglas Robert Fountain
bdry line of fist ? 1 .t ", ,' <:.. ; ) N 10 yds alao deao as 101- ,.

said forty a diet of r.lllV run To yds low. : Bold by H E Elnor Garrett. Krista Get-
105 ft thence B per to Y. .J .. y;. 1 thence straugbntS -
west , ' 0'1 Une rot"" with S bor.der 8 O. A. lin, Cathy' Hann Dianne Holland,
r.IlalD:, 0:10-; <1". f'' ,: : "r ;;, Ih. 01 Bald IICC. . S Arthur DlpPr CoinS '
forty a of NW% of Edna Donna LaFrance
"' f " ', aieur) 4 run S 70 )'ds 8W Cor Johnson
thence W along Southern : S. :'v: t ... 1 Mid Ststc Homes age. northward "
II 4M II thence, pt of bag f see 27 Floyd Christine Mc-
.line diet of Lathinghouse
bdry a *. : tee *.*? ; 793 ft MOL. then- ,
: rd 01Na'
"B. i
109 ft to FOB I 3N 17' H P Inc.: : 34.40Coin All W pf traded eastward IM ft MOL ) Pat Moultrie Kennan
at BW cur of BEViot e L .jt8H : ". of \\1& NW'4of ce Refining Co.
SW14 of sea 1 for .., W',1 I lees /I acres In property for FOB then- Powell Burvin Pugh. Mike Richardson
a: acres
nud less
FOB thence run R BO r: fO crier D 4N II 38 A. K. ADet.noD 13.13 N 28 deg 81 mm Pia Roehm Rebecca Sanders -
It along the 8 bdry line !g, "; .', ,\ SP "oral HwyNo
of tall sec thence &'U'1'. '. NF.1 of NL'St less 1 acre 39 A. K. Anderson 11.60E 63 It to Wayne Sconiers Ricky
N05: ft on line par : ..., Cloy pit 17 4M 18 40 A. K. Anderson U.3I: min W along Sd1Hwy. Scott Terry Shoaf Marie Slay
. NW' ",f NP: e
with the W bdry line of C I. :Jt. . ,< d ay 82 191 ft,,* S 28 Christine: Sullivan Sandra Sutton
sold. : sec, thence run W i. ....f't r.'. ." 60 'diJ'N fi N iW;;[ sbJ tor 1 'W1U1am P. 8. Tbomaa N. deg' bl into W .., '8'to ft
: ;
80 ft on a line par ) Cobb J. D. Turner
NW' NE!: ,' 29 .N II .3028 t..8. 11Rft/ POW Sweeney Joyce

said with, Sec the, M thence bdry line run ol 19 a.1 '.. :,: { '-,' B..o,: rat, :\\vo car of BW14or thence along ad E ROW- Randy. Walker George Wallace -
. miD
'. NW'I run E alone 55 deg :0
205 ft on the bdry flue 4 Itnc 210 yds.. run with RS aDd 110 Jimmy: Wesley Alan Williams -

of aald NK ae c::r POD of BEVi 1 3N. 17 Bevls Shell Horses ::14.40 40 to u' It, No. 1113 thence ft rom center of tract ,}, >fc.Owens-. S, .
Com at Gulf 'w Y
dir sionv 4" of 192 ft to .
in 8 Wertorly S
7th Grade
and run H 474 ft thence line of St Co property A-John Elliott
the IlOW Refining .
run W 210 ft S :for 21O rd NO. 1113 to its intersection line 3 POD thence run
ft. thence", run W 420 ft. dhl1"lntr wIth\ the. Sea section 29 legated parcel In the "estI.'HW :-l. B Janet Brannon Cathyc
thence run N 210 ft, 8 along portion o. SWtt ::; Copeland; Susan Drake Catherine -
k 30, thence .
E 420 ft toNye '
thence run :M* '18 Oil
Uof 7 3N 17 2 John Anderson Williams 3413 roor 4o 30 7d. lineZ0 .N II I Roy O. &Id.noD ..10 Ci.t eW. car of SBH ,,21 f Company- 133.1. Gainey, Roger Gomlllion

NE'!. of NEtt f Cherry Hall Henderson.
of NE> 11 3N 171 S O. X. Hydl 27.80 rto w 10croesei of .xW14..of SeoSi : r
4 I amt F191d lola, :\ I run N on half see Debbie 'Hannant Jeanne Kee- .

\ of BCU:: Of NB',. of the F. line 01 R4! of ,. line"3909 ft to pt onsouthern ans Susan Martin Stephen
NEV4: UBV4 3N 17 8 Minnie Lee Simpson 484 Et4! 01 NWt.ot\ SE'4 bdry lin* 01tft ,

o* NWV of NB of thence run W 82'" tt, Rd. :: Meadows. Sandra Moose Sharon .
::f m.l
a to N aide : at 'rVn1 ..
ME:14 11 3N 17 5 Mattl Orlggs 444 'benco" run It .- Moose Sarah Myers Terry Preacott -
of NEVi of ot rd, rH n F. 112'-it, .
Sty 01 : LrSsCrwrw1southwesterly
NEVI. 11 3N 17 5 Mettle drifts 444 to pon hrl".ln. F.'AI of It < Teddy Roehm Nancy Sharpe r

of BEt: of NWV4 of 8W NW'% Re Eli .:11 9 111. there Benton Southard Anecia Sullivan -
\z' ,
NiE: % 203M 17 Ii VaselS Whittle 11.113 of NW 4 f .utb_ 8i Jsmes .. from: thence soutbeestIns -. "-
Wty ul IIIE', 303M 17 110.J. !. CNW.U 21.82 oaf +, 20 18 II TuUa. 38'89et OD eouthern bdry Freida Ward Cecelia ,
Coin 82 It W of where ot ROW of Hwy lYhite.
1 -
Dot at W'.eofASEO'4?% run rd N" 20 corpses' R No 44 thence eou'h- . l

W 210 It for 1011 run line .orn.x. ,Wcf: lcty of tNWI westerly Ito ft for FOB. .
run SOft - : : thence northeasterly:' ,
It 84'4 ft, tunB '
N 200 tbenc* 1r'e'Jrzsszjs
*: run 1 B'A P Inc. 40,09Be ,1t Bt. rrt .5 .
:tOpJf; 2e 3M 17 tn NfI'' c"r ft. '
ftP k. of NW No. :70. E 82'. ft tn PO11heietg 50 Eaton Real Estate .&
curio 5 .. R .. ot F.1. ofE'4 :,, ? ? Sam Buuoek. ..eo
: ... _
.poB. :
8Wlof 8NI: It of 6W'; of NW'-\ teeet of land out of .s,

U to run on NK fc. .cor 40 line thereol All: : run I.. .nd;t 01.F."Pt;f't'I't -rat f15: of AW'.t NW 20 IS. la Berta OODetrucUOD 00. 139.04peg 4 the 37: 3N 19 eont MOL I- . "'.-::'-lr." .." Insurance Agency ".,

rat et '
Si acres
W II"* n. 0.859
thence run of NW" a W 390 St, :Sao:: follow.: Com atRR .. d.'"
N 53.1: ft to N rt'it" aa :'
run bet, nun 3N
N 33
POD L.KS3: : 420 run ear of sec. AUTOMOBILEFIRE

ft N & H by 103 .t K 3N 17 W. P 110,n''t.. 1110 B 'nNft 210ft ( 20 lIS 18 ; 3. !. Ward 1,40N Ie, thence run._ N W 1.nth d"lt. '"
b Burl Nr 8M mln ,
..cur % er NWU7 kED .34 ,;:.1- 20. Paul Outta 001FABTP.N 45...t to Of lid eeo. for .. INSURANCE
Be ,.

Kelly'Srdadpertly>wtoicrt,k 160 i.ot Iot 4 3.: :glk: : i 717: w.Unknown Bishop ..Of concrete dis of 714.211 B mo 87 tnument See 50 . BONDS

run run
thence :=
naae 233 will be . Lot S. 1\111: 0 John 8. Andrua : thence 30 sec W with
N1SO ft. this John R. KSSkSZ mID
line <> -
.I bell. thence :n. 'tk'! E Oenn 845Dou.... Woods 540ft north BOW rd for a dUi We represent STROUT
JSnPN 105 It. thl'nee! ,:. E Elbert R. DaYb ..Of .raded Iron -
for an REALTY .
210 thence lo4ETNU1 of 7427 ft
:b : 105 I ifc:: theirS nine for the FOB __
deg SO
7 *7
run E 210 'iaffMs: J' 1 8-D sea a .3t'.la' hence run W for a

IlJJbz 81L44 31 3N 17 H Mid. Stat Romero Inc. U8 W'1i or lot :56; 41. lot 1211 38 38 la James No Taaley 13 89 die deg of 30 130:mln.00 ft for an In Real Estate since 1900
of Lot 2:15 38 3S IS Foster P. Burgess 27,20NtSLNf1ot : N 30
'Baa at BW cor of NW 2511 31 3S 18 Virgo L. Anderson 13.:1: iron cfpemlh.: W for a wr..
thence run K dog .sV"f:
BKV4: New Location
I of
124 *t for POB. thence oWb, of Bwtt t 2M 1. 20 ltyta BrannoD 27.20 die of S3ZOO: center ft for an of : .t'branch. .
TO thence : 11o ot Iron pip In .Lake Stanley
O! NEt1! NE'ti .
ruunnN TO yde thence .. -, bolt 12 2N 111 10 Do iC. KcCaU 8437NLVt thence northeast -
W 'TO yds. theno 8 1 10 at-rea C'f BE'{ of with the thread of . .- --- -
t run I Mid Stet. Ham... IDo. 93.72 "
333M'' IT the branch whose _. .1 -1 DeFuniak Springs Fla.
1'OB \ lying W at PortLnd I I ,
B 10 .Jam. Da..eoD 3.38
SW''tI.Ool"w'f 01 (tVby 333M 17 I and New. home rd II 2M 18 10 James Sod MarIe Rhodes 45111'Z bearing U N 74 dec, SO -S'S. + 1.x

i, tt L ot al" 30 . l1. BLr tor. of Bat: dec 25 see E and hord'.: -" ft...nn TW 64..1VOLUME
1 ..W ear of the ..'.. ::1--- : v' thence hin'14 .. Of_ .....,1.1. diet of 180.'. ft for an . .
10 Stit land this lot. is 20 "' .r 420 fe'to pon, "thence' --'.'. .. .. .. : .' Iron p P*. thence a 7 ,., s..0 e
) 18 mln E for a t4Uly 1L at lrok 7- A.
In act f fa otngcounty d..P.. this lot ands ..' .. . esw5 .. '., further run W.O 1'10 J'd.' yds 1&eA-thenN ---w- ... .-. oUt Of 2SOJO It to. FOB, 33 ,3V 1* _0'J0bne05t __ __ ::1.24 l J




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?: :Pt. WashingtonAnd rl: Bec'TWp-R s. Owner Amount 1)e.crlpflon 5(1( w 4., "", : On. --, Amount Ve""rlpUOD" ... .
; Von tlW 001' of NW Beg I' N of renter w ..."...... Owner Amount
Of F, I ." I'U
yi 0& ZII.%, run II CHIUn 01 Blk 1024II .'. JA Ie 3-4 Oeorg L.
The Beaches tor run. run run N I ,', W 140 ft. . Coin at SB cor of 1ol _%, CaswsU 437

H 3.1Q n, run .II: CHIO n. for I'll 8 10S ft W slid run N' 210 70.a

run tI 3121it; run W OW :: : J'r'I:; ;Ills ft. .s. 70 a W 1JUr( >u*. 8 21O yd,
Miss Ellen Pelham. of It to Poa '36 S WWI. ton u. 10 IS.III. 3..1aI Outt
m 111 3G.20
Montgo- W1ap
TOWN or. reFUNLAKbrltiNtttl Com 1. of 1 car of lot CrMtrUw Investment Co. 30.20 ..;uu at an: oor of NI!:%, 38,00

mery, was the houseguest of Miss : m 1.1I N SOif'' W 50 vttJo run 01 31W54 of aeo 1*.

Lois Maxon the first of the week., Lo.bJIOA'Ui. :UJ tIW,II-U; 32.OP eI"JI L. Tappan 80.12 run Nft ", urn u run w ft.80 line U.e.un JJO, tt, thence W on run 40

Mrs. Bill Toole and children, :.aft, 355 :45 3811 LOTS run :S '0 ft, run B: N par with 40 lln*

and Mrs. Van Butler of Grayton Nk 01 LoLt 4. atkl Robert Kirby 106,59ANLJ to 100 POll It t. 111S\ 150 ft. continue oSU: it to N FOB. thence
Unknown 1..113 on said Line
Beach visited the Van Ness But- N so f' ," lot 1 1604 Ito it,
; Roy Cswthon, 2662 Lot M. R Martin 27.2OKst w par
lers in Gulf Breeze Thursday and ::11l: of Lot 698 Mrs. Lens Owen 27.0- SVi 14111.I ,1. N 50 ft J. J. Laaon O.O4Berneet with th. 40\ lln. 73 rt

IIIN 1-3 of hot 61/11 Mary Wade :35.92Lot : w 500fft..,16117 Donald d 2720 tuuuo run S par with
got acquainted with newest 172O tu. 4u 1.n.
mem- 'lUI Hubert Hicks 21.20 8 100 rt :' lot Reggie Oran 4309 100 it then

ber of the family, little Van Ness Lot 'lu" Mid tate Homes 21.20 S 100 It
Reynolds Butler III. Lot 'lua Donate D. lnflncer 8.04 1773 !0 'Wtob FOB oIOI' 19 19 54 Roy L. Bishop
Lot 704 NId State Homes 21.20 N SO ft of lot 1778 Mid SUtt Home. 94.87Kst )u* B d' f1g

Mr. and Mrs. Burness Evans attended ..IJO\: : 11; of LLot 137 B. O. McOall U.33 N 50 ft of Wl" of and lot ft 5neNer8In8Wme bW> :
4 of bay: ( .
w. W. JI' BPLo 17'111 and
the funeral of his brother- 16a854 oLot17, S IOU' ft of lot : Delia Vann 13.93 If Xta It of Bin,y4 of MW:
and !
in-law, Mr. Buel Evans at Black 81k O BeleD BraDU87 H.27 S 100 ** of WV4 Of lot MM exc,our of land 8

aNDLot 789 run
Creek Methodist church Sunday, 11507, l00a. 1008 CreetYlew In".tm.n' 83.8'7 S-D OF UIK 17B8 Elizabeth Hill 23.12 6 loW rase a 140 7c1e
May 3, 1964. lot IOU E1e1. Brown 8.04 Lot D :IN J8 ; loW yd. lC lto 7c1a 1.0
17 JOOrang
.fNl:1k WUll.Jan Blaoaman
Mrs. Lillie Infinger Com at SB cor Blk 1317 AIr: ot 23 18 1.1I
14 Malakl McKlnnon
accom- Jolly .43
run thence N 01 dec An >n.fto"" panied by her brother, Mr. Ches- deg 0 mm B: 21088 It. Elk exo B 200 ft Hayes 393 Mud IIIW'4' of IIW") 011I

ter. A. Carter of Panama City thenc 8 87 deg 38 miD *' An undlYldpd' l< lnt ID ,, .ti rq*: Na NWq: 30 18 U 10 Unknown 8403J00
W 187.18 It to :FOB. SUe 1811 etc m 200 ft Wakefield Hay. 393 NW 01
spent-Saturday, May 2 in Pensa- thence oont 8 87 dog I 200 ft E &: W by 100 by. 01 4 Nl'3 of Jof:! ofI' 18 19 34 Drew Pratt Hal.

cola with relatives end attended 38 DUD W, 8349 ft, tlkN*IS in fit: oor of n W'4' NW3
thence 8 02 48 mln 4.1511S" :20 18
the wedding of their cousin, Miss W 16041 It deg theno N H. Of Bile 181R l'raDoee Unknown Moa1.7 13.0'7 1J> ''g.....wuer* st Rd No. 152 19 9 William PUbsr, Trust 2..

Martha Cosette Arbona, daughter 02 deg 13 mln: W 187.63 Com 125 It S of NW cor to Laurauy5 Bayou going!
ft toFOB being lot 3 of Elk: rim 8 75 ft E . sen
of Mrs. aiaiva .
Cosette Arbona. running .....
of plrnr****** Film. Lak 50ft.N75ft. W50ft !ITS. County ; 'W.e .
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Argo and Addition Jams V. Blnghama 13.2. to FOB H. O. Hamilton 4489Mid 01' tact ruad to aid
Mrs. Lucille Com at SB oor of Blk SoD of N 990 ft of thence N to
Lovejoy all of Bir- 1317. run N Ol deg O0 Blk: 1840 3N"I. bt rd our 11I0.01. 115 3.,51 wwapt
mingham, .spent last week at the min B 34 ft for FOB Lot 0. Blk 3 State Horn 43.09WUllem ti
thence cent N 01 den Lot 8. Elk 3 Rau 3Obarle .*. alOUW was Hwy to
Seagrove Beach home. rut DUD R 102 ft- thence Lot 19. Elk 4 Bowden 43.05Bukm LOS 01 1>1I., 0.nt. ..a _
Mrs. John Fonville, Mrs. Albert 87 deg 38 min: W 83.3V laud ADd dew --
alo bit of BUt being
cur la
Butler, Mrs. E. E. Comstock, miD It. thence W 10709 B ft.2 deg Uienoe 13 +..111513 W Yuug 811ue purt. 01 .a 40 acre to I tract* M

Mrs. Roy Burllson and Miss Julia 87 deg 1$ mln: B 85 ft to l9VO H lur 6'Od owned WILD the by cart.
r AU' 1412 a. thence Sol desoTuom
Strickland FOB. being lot 1 of unrecorded .
went to Panama ;
City Palm Lak. Addition LuehW 1 105" N par Wtnruu It N Of t.W
Thursday, May 7 and received W puc 011.0\ tI lws7JJ cur of lot 1. run N 10
James V. Blngham 12.114 : lt. t..c... ti par . cua aocb.34StB3; r
instructions from Rev. and Mrs. A parcel of land In NW with W u.... Ib3 15.tueuce Otis 12 ft W 7 24

Walter Ellisor of the Forest Park cor of Elk 1919 dMa If: wuug 1:1:: hue it to PUB. KnUrsT: ad

Methodist church fol. Beg at MW corth.n0. :4.j it t.u You M1cI State Rom. 22.20 tract of AUld deso as
as to Vacation loll
of Bit 19l run aDCoos Beg at aw oor of
Bible School. a along W line of Was ,a at N u' SW corul herein dew 3 acr par.
Mrs. John Elk 100 ft, thence run Bis lbs. a'W N Summerford of a, par with N Un of full r lW It, gull 1:1:: 75ll a northerly dig a diet.
Lumpkin, Ga., and Mrs. Marguerite said Blk 100 ft. lObeD run W lUll n IoU 1'UJJ Harold OoodwtD .,... of :40 it; tunc* run' talOn -
Loston of run N par with W lln a :&W 1ut W',. exo .45It : Easterly dlr 137 St.
Albany Ga. ,
were of said Blk 100 It to N a 61 ,V by' bU n. thence tu a Southerly .
the weekend guests of Mrs. Sum- line of said Elk 100 It .1'1 6 oI/: 1U ,,1\0110 curl W 105it dir 192 ft to county rd

merford's sister Mrs. Eunice Hol- to FOB B. *! P. Ino.WM 33.80 01 hya. ul U11L IBU AlldW'1 :1 leo POE rI Ja.. If
: No.
Cons at SW oor of Elk N 31w 335, I D. p, Hal. IU2
ley. 1919 thence run N 0 8.1.oO t" \IIIJ & 1881'SOWN Jack R. Adair a." and 8 of Kanuwy Bran.

The fish supper sponsored by deg 7 miD B!: along JII Ujo' DurtINiAK m.18 ch of last Lot l, lea-
line of B-D 200 N y4 01 lot; IB milk: a H. L1 L. B.. 80.12 .long deso to.W. 0. H>-
the CA of the Assembly of God c* run 8 80 *:1.0 A yarcel ul laud III 85 f1 ofNwy cross, carl Maple nd

church and held at the Ft. Wash B 600 It for FOB thence -. + u1 .0:0 a4 1)1 /8a : L uundrlur 27AlHOa J8.1 D. P. Hal BUT
run 8 89 dec 88 nun -- w ui Elk 1591 sad 8
ington School house was well B SO ft. Uienoe run. MO -- .. ut 1113 li/UU soil 51\: ofBUr. tia.COND: AD.

attended and enjoyed and netted deg 02 mla: B ISO ft 1-11II1 auc1 N at 'ria secline .. I...SIJN ,

the CA a neat sum for their mis- 28 thence miD 500 run see M' W 88 SO dec!(. ououS'/I/: 8-D 01: BLK Unknown ...1 A.". 10..ID/. I'H..,... L.0. Baa Wright UA7

sion work. thence run B O3 1111/1 aN 1. tins. at Elk H H, -.0.
POE A, Laird
Mrs.! mist W ISO It. to Lou II 45 e, nlk 3 Unknown 1.38 U 8M
Mary Grice and her mother .
being the 534 of the END BAY 8HOUB 5-0 3 aa U
of Red Bay, were the Wednes- of lot 8 Bingham 8-D of BLOCK 11115 3M. I. 1.0115 at Ms: our uf JilJL

day guests of the Gene Infingers Falm Lake Addition No. &K.Oom N 45 ft 01 l.uc I 5 Be-tri0. Smith! 27.10BIND u 01 l-.ifcs Bay tihor/:
2 Mid State Home. 83.2\ u-lj. ruu 419 tt to W
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rodgersand at SW cor of Blk OAK ?ARK 8-D, BLOCK line ot .&... Elk, I'&DI:
children of Panama 1919 run thence. N along 1910I.OLS aN I' lao it; to PUB tA_.
O deg 7 min: B along 6 d ". Elk A LIaaIe Oonner 27.20 iuu a Iuu it sun a> AM,
visited the Roy Burlisons Sunday B line of Oak Ugt .t.ot.e61.. ills lJ >Set. lWen Fields 13.fIT ik to n. line of Emit, Jams* R. unusutrlln ..
afternoon. 8-D 200 n. theno 8 88 l.o1; 6 8s .u 110 01 Lot U, run N' 100 it to Po>>.. Prank Brewer 1044
deg 98 min: B MO ft, Ilk 0 Heeter WWIaIIIa 27.. A strip ol land 1MI ft .
Mrs. Ollie Sue Godwin of New thence 8 89 deg 98 DUD 1113 B4'b6 wiue" ana **o ft. long:
Orleans, spent the weekend with B BO f t for Poll theno -" t:uts11.1 3 & 7. Hlk P Lull.Lai: domed = actons M siu* et Eli U O. B. auaunsrlln. 744

N 0 deg 2 mID B 382.5 . .kNDw83.0ftof All .us n.: exo l Com a'.
her mother and children. They ft thenc N 88 dec :28 _. _.. E410.40ft at.. bas. cur ot ana run '
shopped in Fort Walton on Sat- min 91 MO W 0 ft Joe 11:. Beryl L. 'J'aapp&D 11.1I3 .M .tuoug. w Side ot form,
thence 8-0 deg a miD That psaot talk U3g-It/40/ Uy *. juo it to POs

urday. ft. to FOB 1)l1u tof p..luUIl..t.lon. ., ... iuu w par, with 8 Ua

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wesley 5088',4 of Lot a. of 1:."' .'- of econd bt and all ... 01 .Bin a. Leo tt, run M'
business Palm Lak Add B. F. Andereon It." ULIL 11/41.1gU loss a 10 par with W aio of ,
visitors in
were DeFun-
OAK HEIGHTS S ''B- tract land Iy 101 lu by st I M tt;, rua '
lak Springs Monday. DIVISION all U .Lug acre"loug otm. of Elk ft. pit with a lui. of

.Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brett Com at MB cor of lot A h. III.lII-1114U. lid 10 acres usa 100! it to w some of .
and running 8 100 ft for auore fuUy 4050 loiui. oy' st. Uleuo .a _
sons of Carrabelle, spent Friday :FOB. theno. run 8 100 being Wile: Bell: s5 Intersection -. Mluun W ...d.. of 1 ona'

night and Saturday with the Bur- ft. thence run W 300 fIt I M ; of ..-.t.ern IAI"J""' a: :.Ki'8w;PUB -
thence run N 100 n, .", 01 8econd. 85 with OI Luther Brown, .Jr. 53.24We
lisons. run B 150 ft.. thence run .. lime 01 Ohs 11/.111. runtheut. Ashley lIuloCbn ".ae
Mr. and Mrs. Max Haden of N 100 ft. thence run II 8 line. N cosUr17 .- 312. 11l1L 1FIlk Prank H. Bualaou ..II
78 ft. theno run B 100 Sloe 01 6.0onU . 14 Il II: Ashley Hutchseoo 3."
,1-, %"' Jackson, Ala, were the weekend n, thence run R 75 f. long tit ill bc1ry a diet; 01 foOO It, uNOVZ .. a.U\ooD.r ..Hrowu. h. 6,04

guestr'of his brother and sister- in Oak Hgt u b EAk laT ADm-
LoDFOH Mid Bib Horn! ".71 thence &bJ\V'C'oY::: Elk ;. LION
4 .2. .u
watt -
in law, Mr. and Mrs. Russell '. 1.1 IIH:1: 1 ll..l: n. l.ut e, Blk .t ..B, {1.,4..
Haden of Seagrove Beach C.m 111.111 southerly parai- 5.01. 141111. Moore 4.01
B cor of lot B thence Elk 8-11 of 'r,
Mrs M. M. Argo, Mrs. Lucille'! Oak Hgt a-D. run N lul tvl I westerly 0 .'. + :' .Wtohea.r'snuuil 'O BA STw d'a' ,.:c..t'l..AlW"'A" ..0.Y..

Lovejoy Mrs. Steve BBarrett and 100 ft (or :FOB run N' 11/4:1./ : 6 B1k11).I11194a &15.91.5 '+UH U .. .u _. ..
100 It. run B 793: ft. run along to 80a 1_ ; .. uwwr 7
Mrs. Molly McGee of Seagrove 8 120 ft. run W 189 ft. tJeoond w ... lot a
Beach, spent Thursday in Pan- run 8 20 It. run BWterly **- fo.2 0.r. along t W4.: .wAL..f: 7 Less W 110 Peulck. MW1art.e u.u
03: ft, thence N' 48 SoD W. .A. Jrnlgan 44.50Cuntloo
Deb .
ama City and lunched at Dixie-!; ft. run W 100 ft. theno ; A.toaI/D t.Yi B. c.&eI1o u.uZ
Sherman. run 8 19 ft, thence W 49.50: of Lot. t Roland O. HlgglM I00JO .
Miss Ann 300 ft. thenc N' 100 ft. at tlW p..t cor. 01 ulk :.. : : : : :: = '.:: ,.71 B. w. Xeloq

McKinney returned thence W 130 ft. to FOB . 1117bruu 118it for VUj'AWAiATCHQ p P,.& r. ..H ?i 3157

Sunday from a 'wonderful week Lea road Wan'being PUB. ruu ;: 50 1t, run i .Brn",lt ti-U 16 23 15
at the lot* 1. thru 9 11 S bO n, w34 w lot U Ilk 0 "
World's run ,
Fair lau .
< having "
gone Godwin W ..... 11:. A. Darts
thru 13 tool of too POD LuL 1, JfI 1..1
UP' to New York with the Senior Heights. 8-D unrecorded Mid State Bom 16T.87 ruNtJ 1:10: It Roderick: .IL MoKlnnon 30.30 1U& ... M UI'UIUU 1.8&

Class of Walton High. Com at SB cor' of lot H HEIGHTS Gliuu aAWliATCljaEIIOAhat
Oak Hgta 8-D run due W.5 4 ) ti-V
DA Ira W. MoLeod 3.39O1t1151NAL
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lambertof B 040 tt for FOB run N !LOWN 't:' ULENDALE AuuUJU.1JB: 184i.05

Darlington Ala., accompanied 79 ft. thence run B 100 I'loA'r) U tit 15- 69 25 >t

by her brother ft, thonc /a: 48 ft. thence Bell\ at 141t: cor oJ Lot 18. 4, 131k 3 E. a BillS. N. Vkuahaa
Mike k7 : ,,
Maxon .
of a-Wetrly dlr lOG N nu II; t.o POB Wt 4 a. Elk 5 u. ==
Fort Walton Beach, were the It to :FOB being lot 14 run W ZOO It END n1g
run 'f:71nLo' : :
of Oodwln Hgta /:ID&D- ; MAUNuldit S-D .
weekend guests of their it, is 200 it, 8 U
aunt, recorded Homer O c1w1D" 8.19lying 10B DUben>. Laird ".07 .NS :8. Big I Laz
Miss Lois Maxon. Btt of Blk Ifl1..aDJ all : 49 Tom O. PreDcb 1..1 'wusbee' u.a

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burlison and N BR *: D 'I/j 10 35.3E \.11.10'11'1&. '
: .. U8 Hwy 90 of Bft of 10 I t : ft BN15 crw of N53 01 335
granddaughter Teresa Butler Elk 1334 lees a atrip ISO N ee 8din NWcur of : 34 H 35 U ,
spent ,Mother's ft wide off B aid of 34 8N 19 3 Prank: 'Fryort Coos at SIG cor known a. U T. J. Lure- 525
Day with
her aald property Olynn Richards 83.12E 8 tart'at\:i"th* cor of B. Amu. Ut"e Lot aDd

mother Mrs. Mozelle Bullard, in 109 ft of Blk.: 1933 8of J7 bheupard. property, run II AOO yda. W" 100

Panama City. RR Bt D. Mallnowakl 6.54N',4 thence run. 1'1' aw It 3 9 moO yo'. a lee
of Elk: 1930 001"R.. L. Burton 13.87 thence run B 021 ft to .. PTOWN 33 as L
Mr. and. Mrs. B. Bostick of Beg Elks 13$1 of NW tun" pou thence run N 210 or ONAYTON I.IWua LL WIaIt4. 614

Headland, Ala. spent the week- of theno* ft, thence run a: 210 ft. BEACH 5 35 U,
8 180 It thence run B thence run W 210 tt to Lot 0, Hlk r
end 'his 2 III N" of
mother Mrs. Mamie 100 ft thence run M' 18O FOB in BH.V4 Jf BEU 14 18 W Jame. M. Slaw 754 lot 41 and .
paroeI of
Hatch and Mr. W.:. R. Hobbs. ft, thence run W 100 rib L.DaYid Johnson D and JcrU L. 46,09. Com 14 ch* Ik* W land auunecl&a&el" Wand

The FOB of 611\4:\ of .
adouung lot E
Magnolia to"poS
Garden .
Club will M of 8W
Beg 90 ft oor W ".114 cb. : "*155 I raid 9.83.1 tie-
hold its of lot 1'1'". M SOft. ft
annual Installation of run there run 8 210 mug a part of o
officers at run B Its ft. runS thence run B 210 1'. br'/ of bw WJ' tomar.
a dinner meeting 50 ft. W 143 ft to thence run N 210 it IT? eaId lot hareaspib
Thsurday evening May 14 7 FOB being a lot SO ft thence run W 210 It to 01 ;jOQ
Na8by 145ftB&W 14 18 U Jo Campbell au It A..' ... Patrick M.I2
P-m. at the FOil W '
Hut lot
In DeFuniak in t.lof'lM and WH ..ftn.t H. JobDaoD aDd 8W34 0' 8014!, of NE56: 8 :OJ'.0 fto Iris .
Springs, Mrs. R. C. Blue of De- of 0IIIT1. Joma-n 7J9 j; 16 28 1: 3U Phillip W. Wls 454 101 7 8 1
Funiak Springs B H of lot 1789 ego M SO TOWN 05' FREEPORT 1, 18BI 3ou3'4Elk 5 'i. .. OsE oqe.
will be the Installing It and lot 1780 no MBRANNOM > of Lots 1-2-3. Elk 3 53.67

officer. Unknown 19.18 Lot END Drew Pratt Hal 1,05 SUTLER'S 8&OOID AD-
WALTON COUNTY Of lot lOGS 3. W. Hoffer 4309 Freeport Cat. J. J. MoOMkm aM W 01 nee 17 Ie
FLORIDA .- Wt..: :. BntorprU ofKt Lot 6 that lie. 8 of branch Lou. e. 1, 5. 8111 l' I Laura B. Psrktt. ..ora
IN PROBATK Lot 9017KND 43493J9 in Blk 18 Town, of Frport **- l..ot.e. EC I 141 B1k U AaeaanI J. Adams 14.57OUBL
**> --t* o'.manJrOTICB together with a '
Altrafeld .... strip off end of lot 3 *. .. .HORN MANOR
"** 8-D of 8 10O ft Of lure .
TO CREDITORS 4 running along a ,) as 3S M
All Elk: 1994 lit U I3MV.UI a continuation of 8 line Luca ai, 22 23 .
creditors of th* estate of Hr- 24. .1k All.. H Roberts 337
flan A1&eD'eld.> deoe.s.d.r.. herby Lot A : Jennie Joe of lot 0 and between 1.cIUI 3: 45 4, Elk a AJW B. Rebate 1..1'
notUMfl that lot and lot 19 to Wu 111 45 19.
tad-required to BUt U AUae R JIoIMne a.a3
..... -er demand which they any WARRBN'8 SUB-DIVIBION pt of ending at B line END _

hays **JSit said satab In the offlo may Lot* 118Dp!*..19 Jack: Falmor 37.30 of lot :3 door** L** OamraQ J' MjOT 8EAOmsOVE BaACK 15?. _...r..r

of th* County Judo of Walton Count u. 35 ._
8-D OF THAT PART Of lIftN&8bVl3Sft Lot L1. % -
.orIda. In the. courthouse at De- BLK 1990 A! 1999 NOr B Ac W in NW oor of lot ry ;.' END V'.aoo.It I..ot
JunUa Calendar* Spring*. Florida, d u (e) L N RR O. Blk 19 Freeport. Fla. SIAUKUV.: UU ADO-
month from the of Lot 17181920Lot r. B. and ese a par of "
Lalyd Less :
thflrt U.90 : TI0N I. 35 ..
nolle t all t.. . :
( dddto fol
dssmandfmust 3 t land deso rest '-f; ,.
Each 5
claim or b* litwrlUDI' ciyw eim. outwheYrs B1d1d. ..
-wuu. that part lying easterly ,, .
Lot S, Hit II
rtdne and must eta the place of Lot 30 Cos--Hu. Bake. j,3. of and within 8O ft of END' ,i ... 8O.ft
and post-offV addreee of BND line' of it rd Mo.
survey ,
if51e1' .It.- t.
th*'Claimant and mart b* worn to W. >H. LONO'S 8-D of 83; sold surrey Un beIng NIC y of 81-: aa m >It 69IJaf oj.eei. Heemaa ,

by-the> claimant hi. agent or hi* that Part of Elk: 19S0 .it I dew a* foil beg at t ttp -' .. rPt 14015TH OEA240B VIIIW Y" Se II"
attorney or It will boom void ..0eonIJnc m(15 W tine of .
158a5ofLANBH! ; on aeo .
Lot 1 to 45 IAaI. Ilk I BIcID., Kuaoe a ..r.lUmmei .. .
to I -
law Lot 3 Berneet Donald U fIT 15 1.14.17 ft to SW oor" .. .5r
Bly 1 Lot 0 John Jordon Theater e N ..,JL;::: _t : 35.?
.Administratrix lDewn. TVstamentpAnnexo N 81 t.sI"iothfru Lot 1 to 15 lad. BIlE a A J44o1M
Lot 33 Z.: a. Laird 3-: 23 dill t r ., Hiidnn..yBsekoe .
of the Estate o* BND ft to Pt of our eon- 2676
'' S' Lot.e I to 46 lad Blk a Sidney IIMkoe .. J.Lot.e .. .
. Herman Altnf.ld. deceased LINCOLN PARK 8-D lit Ie 1 care to North westerly : ';;$ '. ... .
nrrt ..?
Publication of Notice Lot 14. Elk Bunlo McCall having a radio of 810.03 1 ViiNiRImmel ',
May-14 .OBUt 387 to a, lad. BIll: 4 Bathe t Jerome
1004 Lot 19 ai O Alfred MoCaU 4 YD ft, thence run N' J7O.71t rcot!

41: May 14. 21. 28. Jun 4 ta8..2BlBkOLot Mid State Home 17ao:: ( along the are of said Lots. 1 to a IDol, BUI 5 HlclDev XImaaeI IIaeIIoe 1.r 07_ 690Lot.
.. ,
: Ada Ardl Letobaa aM curve through a total :y. ?
7 *! 8. Blk: O O. O. Campbell 8.6a certcr anKle 29 deg 37 a .. .. 1 to 21 IDc1, BUt 5 elidnn yi18 akoe .II. asrom.
END mln to sod of curve to _

B-P of BUt 1901 >KYu thence N e deg 4 min r- Lot I to 60 tact, BIB T e8ti..yj Bathe .II. .J_. J4M
First National N 2 acr: ** of WW J of Elk W 1251.07 ft to pt of 1730

1941 esa a tract to ft beg ot a curve IOn: _"* '. f "p..! . Lot. I to 60 IDc1, 50* a ida ylBate.. A .J_
NcIIBb! l20nBcIIWIDNWcorcllo8O! to the easterly' }:. : .1 aT"

- radius of 453.366 ; Low I to 110 Incl Elk 5 1dDe7 Ballkoe ..II Jerome
Insurance Agency nJrcll8b7120n.! thence, run. NB 4/O43: ft : rI 51Trot.
*! W In Marco StanMf along. the 'are of said Lot I to 112 lad Elk 10 Nldn.ylffi1.ko.. fef .Je-
a Cary Jama* 1..83
through total :
curve a .. ....
DIn.laD&ID. center and of 28 deg I to 112 1Dd.! BIll: u 111cID.7 IIaeIIoe .II. Jerome
S-D of BIll: 1983 3Mr U '' 1\ min to end of curve, Itlrnmel
FOR Lot O WU1Ie 'W'IcP 8.04 tl*. nce N 28 deg 11 Lot I to II 1DcI: Elk 12 IIldD.,. Haekoe a Jerome
Lot BLot u Wiggs: 11J3 mln E 943.48 ft; to aPt XIeI
: 7.10
MARINE CASUALTY 1 him. 31.93 on center line of strd END
Lot 3-20-21 *! 22 B. 51.A! Lottie IID.u .... No 2O containing SOUTH ORANOI VIEW YaM"

Lot 12-13-14-19 t. 11.33 ENDre6 14OL --: flldney Haako III .r._
OTew Pratt Hal.
JDfDMORRI8 If35 LoU I 2 Blk 1 KlmmelHldney -.u
DeFCNIAK NI : Ie Lots I 1-2.3-4-9 west H. } Lou 1 to 30 Incl.. alt 3 11....

Lots 13 *! 14. BUt 3 Fred Swop rI.20 of lot 6 7. Blk O Bet W. H. MeOonntekOaeU 3UG . .# AI tiY7o0. .* Jrom ,
INSURANCE KND 1 Lot 1, Elk B ; B. Manor .AM Lot I to 40 Incl, Ilk 3 ItImme1 aa.a

Com 100 ft. N of 8W ear' I Bartley es Mar7. Sidney Ha>_ ..II Jrom
of Blk 1010. run B 938 I Lot 3. Blk: K L. Davl .AM LoU 1 to 40 ,IncL BUt 4 Klmmel .....
ft. run N to N line of ... Sidney ..... ..II "*-.
c.i First National Bank BIll: thence run W to r, : 4 Com 13.41 ehs N and II 30i Lot 1 to 40 Incl, Blk .. aUltUBaMatdney.HMko aa.a
NW oor of said Blk. 1 17 U'' i W of SB cor of N':'4 C. .
r ;.1"I.; .
.. r J..... Y
Walton f farm +- I '
e. rus a to th* ounly run Ids N 1O9 yds. LoU 1 to 40 Sad Elk 5 ; ....
tFs 3511.89 .... 133 y


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LEGAL NOTICES. ..Description see. Twp ..*...... owls. A6leant. m o 8eev "7'p NeAeres Owner Amoansen'J Dortptlon *ec. Twp ....Ac..*. Owner .r.romelUl'1ouns
___ s 10 Richard Trut Sidney Hakoe $
Lot 1 to 48 tod. Bit T Jt1m.meoI 28.7. Lot M-S8 2O: ana! Olpson, S3.6SO Lot 1 to 36 loot, Elk 6 K1Jnm.1 18.83
Ifs kOie .. oIerom.e jo* P. ft Osborn 8ldne Haskoe .. Jerome
NOTICE OF aREltIFJl'OS'LE Lot. 1 to 48 Incl, Blk 8 28'78 Lot 84-SS ft. OO W. r,Mrorgm '- 1t.211 Lot 1 to 66 hoi Blk 7 Klmmrl 3(1.28(
No.lew: U hereby given that I. How.1 BndIlrkw .. Jerome' Lot 10 M. M. Bacon, 33 Sidney Haskce .. Jerome
and "Andy", Anderson Sheriff, of Lots 1 to 48 Incl, Blk 0 It inrad. :as.'. :0 Lot 1 to 66 IDol BUt Klmm..1 3CS.28
Walton County: Florida by virtue of aidnyKlmmal Znckn. .. Jerome 8-D OP SECTZQIf at "" Jerome
aB ao
an execution issued from the Walton Lots 1 to 48 Incl.. Bile 10 28" Lot 12 10 Martin W. Wenger 3.3 Lots 1 to 60 end&. BUt 9 BlKimmei 3CS.l8:
County Small Claims Court on April Sidney: Kasko ft Jerome KND8D Hsakoe .. Jerome
21 1004 In those certain causes there :.o > 4. .01.. D::CI Elmmd. :2878; OP SECTION a. ao Lot 1 to 66 tod. Blk 10 3638Kimmel
28. dBldney
pending in which Fisher HardwareCompany tND I Von 34 ft B of NW cot 81 ey Haskoe .. Jerome
was Plantlff and Dewe Coin at NE oar of Sec 20. of Lot 17.aD m to Lots 1 to 66 tod.: Blk 11Lots 3e.28

Wilson was Defendant and have run W 0UO It for PCB ditch. (State stitch) Sidney Haskoe rill Jerome
and will sell at publics .action -I run 1 33 tod. Blk 13
levied on thence run B to N side si to of sd h Kimmel 18.8a
to the highest and best bidder of Hwy. theno run W lot, WenruuLineR. W too'
for cash In front of the court house 10 ft, thence run N to within 284 ft W of Lot Com. at bB cur of BBVti :
door In DeFunlak Springs, Florid N sldo of sec thence toikU 1"W dOlB it
during legal hours of sale on June run *. M it to POli 20 SN 80EH Oeorg Bryan ..N ills Nfto LPOH7. u.-- 235 Beasl Lee Williams 12.811 fur run, run tt ;jitt it.

1. 1064 the following described pro I of WH of WH of Lot 20 less 103 ft N4tS' run W SSu*. it, run 'U
party, to wit: NWV4S E,4 of WH of by 677 ft XftW to 310 te It. run ... 47V it.ruu .
On Used O M O Truck, I. D. NW14 22 3N 20 A. O. Taylor I:: oorLot SW Harry H. Thompson 4.59 M Iu4 it. ruu a, '
No' F248219334 Tag Number 38- WW of W% Of NW14 22 3N 20NVa : Unknown : 37 10 Nelson P. Bridges 3'39Los : loo ft. run 8 lu2 it, runE
Bonnl. Mae
OK-031. 38 10 Julian H.: Mitchell 2721 WJ it to Pub 4 aN 21 Rodgers 30.71Beg
BUI of Sale at cost of purchaser. ol WKV< ; NEU Of Lot S4-SS-S6 30 J. T. Brannon, 630 4a4Vs tt W of SB cot
Howard "Andy" Anderson nW'M; *>Wi .N"NE5a 6 SN 20 leo E. E. McGraw 54.27 KNDNU ol N 104. ft. W U ft.t .
Sheriff: Walton CountyOtt Lick at Ii: ,. out oi of of Lot Unknown 2.08 104 ft. B WJ f t to POUin -.
May 71421.28. oWVt. ran W 41t) U to Com at MB 10 oar of Lot 39 28 20 bdi; of fclBU: 4 aN al D" P Inc. 66A7Beg

beg, tUtmo run N 21O 13 for ak M pt ou sea line
it, W ail it. Id: 410: It, thence *..a it Vv oi t'>Jk.. cor oisuo
Ik 21U It to fOi: 7 SN 20 I Christine Perc1yal lI'1e run of W on N bdry ,Una 'II. thence run N t>a

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF' WALTON : NS.VS of Nik' \14 11 6N :4Obuuuug 40 Edna Buten 11.33 run sd S lot 165 112 It ft, thence it, thence run W 64 it,
frLORJUA whereluiuia thence thence run d Sa
COUNTY at a pt rnun K 132 aL,
IN CHANCERY NO, 8340 *. Hwy Mo. :4 intersects run N ft. theno t..u" run ... al: It. to
J. F. LIDUON, '. n, bury line of 5eo.: 29.on.S 143 ft w line..BOfU 'At Joseph F. Ac Clest UIIF Pill: in tla34 01 88.14 4 61'1' 21 Mid State Homes 30.80
Plaintiff rtu.v oi boo b. go 6ttOit SECTION as 20 Simms NWtt 01 Nay... 0 01011: to NIcolay 32.50
liJ iroiu W sole of Lot 33 aa 28 20 6.04 A par of land 210 ft sq
HEIRS OF FRED KRUPP, deceased: tiwy toU.II.: tiitiuc Lot 3O 10 Prank E. Ooodman I.o4 h. N W our NE'of :
known. and unknown LOUIS KRUPP. 41U it N' thence 4iO it XNDBEACH 10 8. Lewis" III W'/: 9 aN 21 1 Louise Deckam 3.28
JULIUS KRUPP. MAROARET8TENBERO. W thence ,4io it U.tneucu : : VIEW EU ol t>w"4 of NWi4: SBft '
a-4-a MAKOARET KRUPP. WA LTER BTKNBERO N y. ul ba ya :o-O: beg at :n 2S 20 Ilnvestroent is of Oh.wNV : : 10 51'1' 21 Maurice B. Gladatone 38.119

.-..-a WALTER KRUPP ADOLPH i"Jb; Ol>i Oi jUjV4 Oi bed Lot 4, Blk 1 Surety Mortgage M.I'7: 01 NaSa U IN 21 110 Maurice B. Uladstone 4:1.01t:
KRUPP LOUISE KRUPP EICHEL- to..* Lou. W felting Lot a. Hi: 7. Co. W ,.. of MW 14 U fad'l: 00 Nloolay IDgebretaen a1.20
KRAUT, MICHAEL KRUPP EMILIE hail MO <*> yds to cularly deso as follows Lila. * *? *.. S BWJ ot ,
8CHENKEL. HELENE MRZOCK. h siu* oi iluraiaUauuutjk Com at t K oor of rieo.:. NW3a1.. ; Naya or dE,* 11 SN 2J 240 NiCOlay Insebretaen 10..8&
and LOUISE HEIN. If they are ru. tUviALe south- 32, then run W NW54 vISW"/ ItE\4\ ofbWya
living and If dead their unknown earww/ perauel' With ft. thence. run N aaa ; BWir.. 01 bE,*
heirs legatees and devisees, and any hwy laO >WIo thence .!: parallel with 683 ft less 4 acres to SW our 20 SN 21 liS MaurIce B. Oladtaone 85.45

and all persons, firm., or corporations bull yes uisuc H 1fess" "" Line of BM. :: to bdry L Nik)* of aik4VMIIU % al IN.J: 40 Flora AI..xa Fowler 11.33
claiming by. through or J Otis. elli :' 5a; 138 Flora Alsxa Fowler 4302. POE thence run M 14O at Bn. cur" of sec 27
under theM. or having or clalmlnllto :: cor 31 SN 20 ft, thence and thence proceed N
have any claim or Interest. In Hey at ...nwrnui ttWVi: ft, thence run W a 100 ,.., along sec line 14U4 it
Lots 1 and 2. Block 3. Townslte of U-lIl'I-.U, : 140 to
"lOW\ ft. thence 00 Surety Mortgage Investment tI: sia* of rd and
Villa Ta eo. Walton County. Florida tucuc run W 751 yus, to POB It Co.Milton 80.2'7 tnenc proceed 8 7J .
Defendants thence run tt: 0ruu yos.yus.' Lot 4. Blk 9. more deg ;jo nun & along nI '
NOTICE' OF PARTITION L00004 ik: O deaa a* follows particularly -: 1M>.S ft to aOB.,

SALE run M 70 yatas 1 Mid State Home > ::10.80 Com at sic Cot of ao tueuc proceed S deg
virtue of an order toeu'U :32 5N 20
Under and by
;jo nun .
: 3a.COWg f* ik 4: <4 ft to apt
appointing a Special Master mad _i...t p a 10.2: acresJWOL bdr line of wl alone thence proceed tt 67
above-entitled action ofbaVt *.o.
and entered in WW
; : thence 7M ft LicE U mm w :4ul.ft. it
for partition on May 0. 1604 Creek Liu on
Ik o* cauey lln* & with K bdry to a pt thence proceed
whereby the undersigned was appointed W ol ruttd.: that '
ru out line of N 17 deg ;30 min W along -
sac to
Special Master and authorized and Nlfcli ..t WWVs .
part clay rd
thenc N to a pt
run 140
empowered. to make sale of the following of UaOeY;. / V,.." 'II ft on
on 8 of
aThat l2.2I line aid rei, thence
described real property In Wal 35 6N 20 242: Raymond X. Williams parallel with B
acres XaOJUi proceed N' 73 deg auDLI.D
bdry line of ad aeo.
Florida, to-wit: of SW
ton County Nit
part thenc W E along rd 2uO ft
run 100
Lots 1 and 2. Block 3. Townslt Florida of '/((0 oi felk'A'. W oi rON lln* parallel with B bdry to POB lying to EM .
Villa Tasso Walton County NW
and that. 1'1'01 1M lln* of sd of fractional of ait
35IN/ 20 20.. Carl Morrtssy seo theuos
of road
NOW THEREFORE. I. W. F. Green oi Ufa.',* K small run 8 140 ft on line i% of sea 27 ON 21
andpursuant A pail b 01 run ol parallel with K bdry c<>nt. 1.5O acre MOL
this cause
Master In ol
Special blfi tar
as biaucli in 28 4BV4 < line thence and com at SB of sec
38 6N 20 12 Unknown run B 100
and lgiveednoticeothatl or Lot 4Be ft on line parallel with 27-0N-21 and thence
announce of Bit a
at NE cor .
at 11:00: A. M 8 b11n.. 01 b see proceed N along sec ,
Monday. June 8. 11I 4. 8 ul Lakewood -
door of JMfe. vl Wlt',4 to POD Q & Evelyn J. line 1346 ft on N' side
of said day before the front in
rtl and run 85.0'7
of rd '
Thomas marked by
of Walton County lUG It an
the Courthouse southwesterly dir B-DEOP
Florida. DePunlak Springs: Florida, as thence Ik SOit SECTION 33 23 20 Iron pipe, thence pro
said Special Master and In obedienceto to a pt thence K Com at SW ear of Lot Sand ceed t* 73 deg 30 min .
lot beg run B: 77S W 435 ft along rd to ,
said order and sublect to confirmation .vO St. W 111IINl ft for
said. lUO H. 20 FOB thence N FOB thence proceed 8
1M run
of my acts by the t'oii: 32 150
N 10U It to U Mid State Homes 52.57Lot
above-dcscrlbert 2O ft, thence run JC: 73 ft 73 deg JO min W along
Court will sell the ; 34 ON .5
; oi BWi4 40 Huey 4c Irene AlbersonThomas 11.:13
theme rd SO ft to thenceproceed
real property to the highest and best i lk. H. dew a* follows run 8 150 ft. ,
bidder for rash In lawful" money of &I. lien at. Nil! cor of thence run W 11 It to CI.ud I Margaret N 16 deg 30
: POD ID Lot min W 223 ft to the
the United States.Dated N 110S ft S Murat e."
this 12 day of May 1084to NW ya e. ( water edge of Lake
DeFunlsk Springs. Forlda. U: \ Brunhalf: 26 edcii U Com at BW cor of Lot Jackson, thence B along
Special MasterS hence run a. run it 700 ft for the chore: ot said lake
- W. F. OREEN Byi den W to W t. *-OB. thence run B 75it. to a pt thereon situatedN
alii dog
W. P. Green. Esquire UO 1. N ft B 01 dig thence run M ISO 16 deg 30 mID W to
Attorney at Law. pt' run .run : II" aell" ft. thence run W 78 ft. FOB thence lying to
DeFunlak Springs, Florida2t W' to pt. 12B 5 It w thence run a 150 ft to Eat of fractl SBlt: {.2$

: May 21. 29. 1084 H tap t-o1J 11 18 20 '" Bell 11,04 POD in Lot S James Robert Caine '.1111 acre MOL) 27 6N 21 'Vi Joe Brack GauttIS 5..80
01 B 3 acre of Lot 9
atgNH nor of NW%, 3 Earl F'aua 1.61t:
Beg : 77O ft 8 along all: .3 acr. of Lot S 3 RuaeU F. &I Wanda. Puller e.O Beg 8401 ft N' of SW our

thence half run sec Ito to aPt W%Dh Lots 33-" S Unknown 3.08 of SWVi of SW,*
8It thence run B 70 yd.
tfcenc 385 th* tPOD. 8-D OF SECTION: :H aa aoW thence N 7O yds. thence
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK WALAUM deg W to 130 It N % of WI t of Low 31 run W 7O yds thence
,-v"l'I'l"k. ..a.vaUu4AN thence run thence 44. 32 II John R. Cox 3f2 run 8 70 yds to POB ,
W to a pt, .I'IV. sa90 BU deg END COVIEW being a part. of 8Wi4
J. M. ,>i o.... iiiuivlduaily, Wn01 degtHtltolPOli::: : HEIGHTS. of SW14 31 .sN 21 1 _Eugene J. St Shirley

Otto J. M. ooiUs..., UDcI'ry at NB: cor of B-D 138: act Beg on 8 line of W. O.Bummerlln Simmons gag
a flMArtCs. CUStAN If. ALSO. Coin run Lot I, DIR A Elb.rt R. Davis 8.63 / land at a ,
PlautilfWILNON IS W .41 t.benc.flU It, t nCe Lots a-a. Bit A Elbert H. Davis 4.11II pt 10 ft, from normal
vs. dell W W 2350ence Lots 4-6. BJk A Elbert H. Davis 4.00 water line run South
NOWLIliG.k-. WOOD- run B 1 dell" run Lots 11-7-8. Blk A Elbert H. Davis 1.10 erly 10 ft to normal -
WUJJOw MOWXiMU and It. POB. Lat Blk B water line of a
HOW 801 W a 01st ul I. Elbert R. Davis 2.67 line of
MAUOlk.: MOWLiNC a-K-a M.U3CJ1EMAS. N ell thence run S 1 Lot 3, BUt B Elbert R. Davis 2.81 NEt of NE%. thence

noWLiiNc husband. and wine, J6S/ ft.W 2UU: \ It, thence Lots 0-8, BIK B IIlbert: R. Davis 49" B 116 ft thenc* B 382 .
MuuhattN. Aa."MlNUM bUla..UK.aW delE 1.0. 9.10. Elk 8 ft to NB line of : x
deg K 713t. - Elbel't H. Davis 4."" BE"4 .
.UH*-KATiON, a Florida corpurPKl&feS : Utblle:: 00 run N 1 d4 : = Lots 1l.1a. Blk B Jt:1bed: H Lavis 4.90 of NEU. thence N along : ... .. .."'..
ataoD WA' OLUIfWA .N.- 11 18 20 a% Richard I. Prssi 22." Lots I-a, Silk 0 Elbert H. ...
: Davis seo our .
490 . .
POB t ..
29O ft to :unm'I'Y-:: t ""fIIo-- "'. ... .
: : Or' PANAMA (,;.1., ...C.. Alf as Late 34. Blk 0 Elbert R. Davis 4 011 of W. O. ,
a Florida Corporation, EVUITAHLE N of Hwy tb* nowdeso Loa 51.<<1. BJk 0 Elbert R. Dayle 4.JIJ thence W to POB 33 eN 21
CKH.IJ11; ANU U1C.COUN1' COMPANY, i-ts of Com atilE/ cor Lata 1-8. Blk 0 Elbert R. Davis 4.99 Com at NW our of NW% John M. Whlttlngton 34.40
a Pennsylvania corporation, and land l of NE%; run Lots -10.. BUt a Elbert Ii. Davis 4.911 of NWK of sea 3J __
all parties claiming any right title of tiW hs, N 11 V the Lota 11-12, 8lk a Elbert R. Davis 4.119 thence run B 636 ft
and interest in Lots 11. 12 and la, W 10 :run down run Lots 13-14. Blk a Elbert R. Davis 4.1/9/ to.t Hwy No. 33.

Block I, subdivision: of bloc 1944 hence ek to POB lssH Lob II-Ie, Blk 0 Elbert R. Davis 4." thence run a westerly
and 1044. Town of DeKuulak Springs ot acre to J. T. Lan In Lata n.IB, Bile 0 Elbert R. Davis 4..11 84 ft for POD thence
County of walton Ulat of Florida 12 18 20 7H Ave A. Wooten ...., Lob III-aO. Elk a Elbert R. Davis 4.99 run W par with N 40
Defendants.NOrilB SE: ;::1'NE cor ot NEVi Lot 21. Blk 0 Elb.rt R. Davlr 2.b7 line 90 ft thence run 8
OP SUIT Beg. Lots 33.24Blk a Elbert R. Davis 4119 21 ft, thence run E
V Notice to above qutlued. .Coin- of HWV4.of run sd :8.'r aunhf Lots a -ae. Blk a Elbert R. Davis 4.9' 00 ft to st Hwy 21 ft

You are hereby fc. line W parallel with Late 37-aa. Blk 0 Elbert R. Davis 4,99 to POB. being. part of :: !
plaint in foreclosure has titled chs, run to Lot .. BUe D Roe1e R. Ii..user 8.0" NW4 of NWM,, 33 eN 21 sI
bY the above-named plaintiffbeen in B ROW llnsdofforty Rd. Lot 2. BIle D Elbert R. Davis 2.87 One sq acreIn BB: cot 1 Myrtle Paul Renfroe 17.93
aoove-entltled Court In the abcv en- W thence lun Lob 3-4, Elk D Elbert R. Davis 4." of 8SK of SW14 34 elN 21
titled cause of action entitling the No North..terl.Ions 20. / ad Lata "II, BJk D Elbert R. Davis 4.99 Beg at NW car of sec 1 David Williams 368
plaintiff to this notice, you ana each line to! POB. sub) Lots 1-8. Bile 0 Elbert R. Davis 4" a. run E 8 chs 50
of you are hereby notfled that a ROW in favor of St. Loa e-Io. BUt D Elbert R. Davis 4.11" Ik: to Holloway car,
mortgage loreclosur suit has been filed to ROW 40 12 18 30 1.3:I Ford .. Reddlok 5081 Lata 11-12, Blk 0 Elbert R. Davis. 4." thence 8 20 chs 80 Ik*,
against you seeking to foreclose the Hd NO. Lata 13-14. 8lk D Elbert R. Davis 4."" to Geneva Crestvlcwpubllo

plaintiff lien on the following described of NWU N' ot Bt. Lata IS-I" DiR 0 Elbert R. Davis 4A5 rd thence westerly
property In Walton County, Kd No. 10 lit 115 30 00 a. U. JenningsJohnnie M.27 Lette 17-Ia, BJk 0 Elbert R. Davis 4."" with said rd to B
Florida to wit- IS 2O Lots 11t-20, BIle D Elbert R. Davis 4811 line of seo 33. thence 8
Lot II. 12 end 13 Block 1. Subdivision MARTINS E t"DW b, 200 Late 21-22, Blk D Elbert R. Davis 499 to sea line to SB oar .
of Blocks 1944: and 1U28. 100 1t cor Late a3-2.. ISIIe 0 Elbert R. Davie 4811 of SE>4 of NBK= of
Town of DeFunlak Springs, Wal- of It Lot N ft 11 (11hot 11)) M. Ambrose 714: Late as-28. Blk D Elbert R. Davis 4 811LLota sec 33. thence W B r-hs. .- I, '. ..i I .. ,

ton County Florida 27-2a Bile 0 Elbert R. Davis 499 thence N' 3 cbs 33 Ik*, .L _. 1''. .-'
t and you are hereby notified and required END 8 20 20 10 Foster P. Burger 3.- Lata 1-2. Elk B Elbert H. Davie 4.99 thence W 15 ch*. then- ::,. :,:: & .' '

to serve upon plaintiff a attorney . Beg iS ch. N of % milpost Lot 3-4. Blk E Elbert 1'. Davis 4.W c* N' to said Geneva. to '...:855.
a copy of your answer or other 8 of bdry ot **o Lot 0-8. BIle 5 Elbert R. Davis 4.W Crestvlew rd. then -.. '. : '

written defense If any. to the run B 3.07 ch* to Lot.7Bik E Elbert R. Dates 499 with said rd Easterly . ..__
complaint to this cause and to file guy return toPOB END 10 ch thence N' to 8 -
the original of such answer or written thence run N' 4.ooch line of NBtt of NB% -. .
defense with the Clerk of Circuit J? 28 20 1 3-4 13:7. B. B. Brown 815 8-D or PRACTL SWW of section 33, thence
Court of Walton County Florida, on to Section Bay 14 28 30 or SECTION: 1 38 :ao W:2O: ch to POB in

or before the 13th day of June, S-D of Santa Rosa 8-D Lot 2. / Paul Morton Stewart 071' 8.6& 34 ft 33
LU g'm:1: :
1964. Lot beg at NW cor of Lot 54 r. G. 8elbv:: lO.n HEIGHTS 8-D 22 H John M. Whlttlngton 3920Bevl
This notice shall be published each less BM4 of NW'4. thencerun Loel Paul No Stewart. ..01 Lot i, elk BEND
week for four consecutive weeks In The E 78O ft to POB. Shell Rome 133.05
DeFunlak Herald, a weekly newspaperpublished cont B 187 ft.. to 8-D or LOT 3 335 ao: SW14' of SWVi 35 eN 11
In Walton County berunlakSprings. Florida! thence edg of Chootawhatchee Lot 13 O. N. Wells ..G Beg at NW our of sea 22, 40 Nlcolay Ingebretsen 1662
Don and Ordered at water Bay thence Lot 1 Blk S of Cherokee
Florida this 12 day of May along water'a ALLEN SoD OP 8-D Sheet 2 of 2 sheets
***4'E southeasterly edge a dlst of 75 DUNS. .4Lot 38 :ao thence N 1 deg :32 mID
LEO ANDREWS thence'run W to apt I. Blk a Jack Robinson Hten ..G B B0O ft to a concrete
Clerk Circuit Court ft. south of POB.ihence END monument thence s 88
Walton County FloridaBy du N 75 tt to J.B. JohDMIA .. H. V. DUNS ALLEN >ND deg 2O nun B 3640 ft to
run Dur
Iva Adklnson IOM ADDITION, .4 15 30 a concrete monument
Deputy Clerk SEND Lot Bile II; Cl.n A Edith Allen 108.8& on the W bank of mullet
(SEAL) Section 1 35 30 E3' creek hence meander -
Attorneys for Plaintlft: Lot. of 10 Unknown 321 SoD OP LOTS 43.38 southerly along the
Douglas M AndrewsOf 47B LoS II McCaw 8.G run of mullet creek to
CAMPBELL: ft ANDREWSP END SWU Of BEST 80Btt 35 30 10 Arthur A. Burke 5.15anon LJasonoyalty Loan I :Investment a pt due E of the pt of

O. Box :328DeFunlak of of NBU of NW'h ot 9 Ben .. ft B. A. Lo' Co. 828 beg. thence W to POBlying
Springs Florida ? 78 20 11.3 .,2.\1 and being toaeo

.t: May :21, 28.; June 4. 11 ;of;- 16 an 467.87 Ralph J. ft P. DewItt ....C r.E14 22 18 31 22 18 n
Al Lot i5 11 48 30 Perry VIM of 813 of 1SEi4 of MULLET CREEK 8-D 22 18
lots 17 & lit r.O: ,:: :,, n 57 Foster P. Burgess
It of BANTA NWI4. II ::1M al a w. o. Marsh 1.N Lot S. Blk B 3993

TOWN MA OF 22 w U 25 30 5% of Bitof 5W'( 14 :: :l to Foater r. Burp 5504MO88THEA END Charle. Kandalll Merrltt
ir> 604
lnclv Bib Drew Pratt Hale 1349 5-D 140. 1 33 CHOOTAW BEACH 8-D 28 18 21
COURT IN AND 1 Lots 1 to 24 12. 14 to 21 Lot In'-). Bik a Jones A. Varner 13.... Lot 1. Bile D
Drew Pratt Hal 12 n: Lot e. Blk D Lee R. Young
FOR WALTON COUNTY FLORIDA Incl. Bib 8 ORANGE: PARE 8-D 38 4M U Lot --7.8. BUt D S3,fJ'7
15 ; V.
ft Do..liDe
4 m
r IN CHANCERY NO. $388MARY Lots 1. 2. 3. Drew Pratt Hal 336 Lot 1.2-3-4. BUll 1 Credit FInance Co. ... BNl> Janes no"'liDll" 80.13
L. FORREST DiM 19 Drew Pratt Hal 127Unknown Lot -2-3-4-III.U.U M. FIRST ADDITION TO 1 8.SJ
Plaintiff Lot .. Blk 20 127 Blk 4 John lUyrnone 8.83 CHOCTAW BEACH: 28 18 n
". LoVlt'Mncl.BlRaa Drew Pratt Hal 1.H Sidney Haskoe. .. Jerome Lot 33. BUt O

MAURICE E: WOODSON. Incl. Blk 32 Draw Pratt Hal. 1326 Tot 31 then SO l.cL IDk .4 m 11.4 Lot 49, Elk O James A. Lauderdale
Defendant Lots 1 to 22: Sidney Hasko. 111I "erome Lots a ft 3. BIll: BEND O. K. Preacher 80.13 aoe
NOTICE TO APPEAR 55 Unknown :a23Mr Got I to :s3. Blk or KImmel 1883 Donald Cutts
The plaintiff having filed herein a Lots 1112. BlkHeck Randeen Nelson 181 Lot 1 to U IDol, 4'7 to N Sidney Haekoe at Jerome CHOCTAW BEACH 2ND.. u.33
sworn statement entitling her to this Lots Mabel M. Bacon 328: IDcI Dtk 8 X1Jnmel 1'P.28 ADDITION v.aa 18 n
notice you are hereby notified that late 1. 3. 4, 6' : eet8 20 -. .w....i Lot :s3 to 3'J IDeI, Elk 10 Capital Development Co. 604 Lot 15-16. BID D .
suit has been filed against you In the l 1l BlkO 621 Drew Pratt Hal. SJ9Blbert I to Capital Development Co. n.G8 Lot 1234. BIle O UnknownRobert
above styled cause by Mary L. Furnet ;3.0 Lots W lDeliDBIk It1111 END 604
the. nature of which Is tho forc.loeu. ,,, Lot. 6 7 18 10 Blk B. Davis. ..13 : 33-38 Capital Development Co. 1610 CROCTAW WOK 3RD J. Kelly 21.83

.. of a mortgage against the following lito 11. 13 to Lot 1 to sa mel" 51k 12 -. Capital Development 00. 1s3ORANO : ADDITION aa 18 I.
described property situate, ly Lot. 2 3 4
W. at. Bishop 1141 Lots 16-17-19 Blk P .
ing and being In Walton County, to 22. H244 04 M WilteD ". Brock 1J1: HZIGBTII II-D 35 4N ::11 Lot 22-23. Blk PLot Charles B. Johnson
Florida to-wit: Lot. 23: R: Blk Bllll Sidney Hut AI 1002
R. Wood 127 os Jerome 2425. Blk P O. K. Homes
Lot 9. 10.*, 11. 20. 21 and 22 In Lot 13. Bib 73 Joe A. Mahon S3 87 Lot I to a &Del" BIk I KimmelBldneymHask 3U8 Lot 26-27 Elk P O. K. Homes; Ine. JJ:22
Block "C Forrest Beach a- subdivision EWBik? ? ,. Jacob Pllskln 121: 0. &I Jerome Lot 38-29. Blk P O. K. Homes, Ino 11.33
In Walton County. Plor-
: Vote 1 to a Ind BIk I S'U8 END: O. K. Homes
Blk aa'nunl"'k Ino.
ida, according: to the plat thereof Lots 2 to 8. 10 er Drew Pratt Hal 4)11 _'A; Jerome 11.33

on file in the Office of the 112 Jacob Pllskln ill: Loa I to a. lDeI" BIk 3 Etmmsi 3416 CRICKA8AW 8-D 34 115 II
Clerk of Circuit Court Walton Lots 11 &1.4 Blk 82 Marvin W. W tnr 1,27Lot Sidney Haskos A ,..rom. Lot a, Blk 1

3 .w\Ooo\ ., and recorded. In 4. Bile 83 Int'l. Blk U Poster P. Burgee 399: Lob I to a ino1. _lit 4 EiSidneymneymel: 34.18 Lot 6. Blk 3 Ole L.ngered $59
No, 3. at page 40.and to 14
Lots 2 Clem P. McNulta a.87Takwh at Jerome Lot 30. Blk 3: Unknlwn
you are required to file your 4.08 : 21. Blk 8. Taklklan 121 Loa 1 to a lDeI. BlIIt I Kimmel 3..8Lo. Wayne Fuller beg
answer or written defenses to the Lots 4i kRi ::11. "dD. .Haekoe .. Jerome vnL TA8SO"" 30 18 II I 27.20

complaint I'C'i:: filed with the Clerkof Lots 14310 to ,23. Hit 93 James 1C. Taslsr 1193 I to a bacI, BIk a Kimmel M.18: Lots 13 ft 14, Bile 1
the Court of Walton Coun 13 Poster P. Burger l.i.Lo' Sidney Ha.koe & Jerome Lot 6. Blk a Joe Cnpeblanco
i ty. Florida DeFunlak Springs Florida Lots fl Ac 7. Bile 93 Oeorg C. Benton 121 Lot 1 to as lDeI", DIE 7 3Simmel 31.75 Lot 4, Blk 8 Lan K. stone 6.04 6.04
? and serve a ,whose he On plaintiffs 20 Blk 03 Sidney Hssko..h .r.rom. Lot 1. Bile 16 Myer E. Orr 331t

attorneys, names appearbelow Carl O. North 1.37Lot Lota I to M Ind. Elk S Kimmel 3'7.8C1 Lots 12-13-14-15-16. Florence McCasklll
on or before June 23, 1084 fails Lot 9' Blk 84 Bessie Harberman 127 Sidney He.koe A Jerome Bit 18 3.3e

s In* which a decree pro confesso will 12. I9'f Unknown 1.JT Lots 1 to 76 lDeI", Elk 9 Elmmel 4..1'7 Lot 1. Blk 36 Florence A. McCasklll 1453t
be entered against you. Lot. 15 Bill 97 L Lewis 127Oeorge Sidney Haakoe N Jerome Lot 14 to 22 trod Blk 37 Unknown .BI
This notice shall be published once Lot T. Bile 101 103 Webr 329 Loa 1 to $3. B1k 10 Ximm..1 4633 Lot II ft 13. Elk 38 Unknown
1 each week for four consecutive times Lots 2t to 12 incl.. BUt Frank Ooodman I Tt Sidney Ha.koe A ..Jerom.Lota Lot 19. Blk 34Lots T. V. Orr aaT
of publication In The DeFunlsk Her Lot 1aII.11lt-lo-11.Blk 101: Bile 115 Draw Pratt. Hal a.. 1 to .4$ BlIIt 11 lt1m.mel 1309OIJ 3 ft 4. Blk :37 Troy L. Simmons 387
aldThU 13 day of May, ll1 4. END SILL II-D 4R al Simmons ..T.
b 10
LEO ANDREW4 S-D OF SECTION 34 2 10 Wllll Mae. Doles 3110 Sidney Rukoe & J.rome BEACH 1ST V
Clerk Circuit Court Lot SOEH 8 Poster P. Buisus 3.08 Loa I to T2: IDoa. BlIIt I Eimmel 3..0 ADDITION 13 215 21 .1
Walton Count Fl. of Lot 24 1O poster P. BufjissW. I.- Sidney Ha.akoe .Is Jerome Lot 33 Blk A Ronald P. Gets 1123
By Eva L. Renfroe.nDO. Loot: 30 10 Oabom Pryor 3.38 Loa 1 to 1:1: IDeI. BID 3: Hx..Ie "..0Lo" END
(SEAL) 4O Sidney & Jerome Lot 8That 10 George W. Weber
A O. Campbell, Jr. Com at SB COT of Lot 1 to 7:1: BlIIt 1 XlmIDelta.kce lita: part of WH of BH 329VOLUllm
O< ,CAMPBELL ft ANDREWS 48., Sec. 24 and run ":k A Jerome of 8BU of 8WU M of
r. O. 9oit 328DsTuiilsk N' OOO ft. thence W 44O I Loa I to 71.: B1k 4 lt1m.mel 30.43 Hwy No. 98 teas B
Springs Florida ft. thence 8 99O ft r-- 100 ft of W 225 ft and
for pfalnttff4tl thence run K: 440 ft to $14567 HuJtoe .. Jerome '
Attorney lees W 133 ft 37 IS 21 10 Arthur E. Cobb .
I, .. **ajr 31. Mi: June 4. 11 POB being part of Lot a- I to 7:1: IDcI Elk I 'w &ImIDe& .... ,,_,,t 9,44
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Mr. and Mrs. E D Pinckard Miss Roberta Robinson of Pan . .
I rind children spent the weekend ama City was home visiting her

Ornamental Located At IronworkShop Gaston Lyda visiting in her Frisco mother City, Ala.Mrs. II. M. son.parents Mr. and- Mrs._ Taft obln- Saves Me A Lot of SAMPLE BALLOT

Money, Too!

MADETOORDERRUBBER your hard-earned dollars NO "..-...-..-..- SOUTH WALTON COUNTY ISSUING
with a policy on your
STAMPS home that covers fire, OFFICIAL
theft, liability i d- STUB NO. 1
w n . . .. .
ROTARY STAMPS risks.storm Not and the many slightest other Signature: of Elector I . . . .. . . .. . .... .,
SIGNATURE STAMPS obligation in giving us a

All Work Guaranteed
Harris Insurance
Campbell Welding AgencyTW NO ....-....-..-..- SOUTH WALTON COUNTY OFFICIAL

Ptt. a, Box 143, DeFunlak DeFUNIAK 6-2451. STUB NO.2... .. .. .. .................
Florida Phone Floral sprlnge'j DeFuniak Springs, FIa.I .


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LM 1. Shall South Walton County Mosquito Control District,
Walton County, Florida, be created .

,4) NIGHT DEPOSITORYUse Make a cross mark (X) before the answer of your choice.

>" .. . .. .. . .. .. .. . . Yes
; I our convenient envelope drop.
; .,.. Q. . .. .,.. ......... .._. No
.... No key is necessary. Deposit suppliesare
:: "' 2. Shall a separate or special board of commissioners
furnished and your receipt will conduct the work

be mailed the following day.BANKBYMAIL .... .. ...... ..... . Yes

Unforeseen expenses can disrupt the plans and .... . .... .... .... . No
budgets of the best money managers. Increased
taxes, family emergencies, even sudden Ask us for free bank-by-mail envelopes. DISTRICT
personal opportunities overtax one's
can Every mail box is a teller's window.
cash reserve. That's when you need a low-cost VOTE FOR TIIREE WRITE IN VOTES
Bank Personal Loan-\' nuick service easy-
repay fp r-.. *..,- us your needs ( ) Vernon R. Bishop ( ) -

CAWTHON STATE BANK ( ) Lois G. Maxom ( )


:Member ( ) Edwin R. Walllne ( )
z Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

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full line of duplicating and xni- bedroom FOR SALE home: ,BEAUTIFUL two ceramic three tile ED polled Hereford bulls from I house 423 S. 13th St., Ph. TW j 1-Large three rooms and bath.

,jneograph supplies. Ink, Duplicator baths, kitchen complete with GE dependable cow families. Best of 4-4196. 4:23chgtf: 3500. 12 Orange Ave. 5:14tfcbg1 :

fluid, stencils and paper. built-in appliances on 100' x 150' breeding, ready for service $200 .. rtpUOD ase. Twp ar8. Ae... Owner Amount
THANKS Colored inks and colored paperon each, Sandy Creek, 6 miles south,
lot in Oaklawn Square. FHA financed -
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special order, four day deli Call Sam Rachels, TW 6. east of Ponce de Leon on S-181 8W'4 of see. :2 run-
very I near Morrison Springs. See Carl nine N 7087ft. for
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Joe Walls Business 8746. 4:16tfchg Ward or Joe McCormick. N 1S tt. thence. W
I want to thank) everyone of my I & Service : 4.30: 5:7, 24, 21 chg. 182 ft, thence 8 to William P. do Jeanne

Freeport Road-Phone TW 6-4141 NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE POD 28 23 21 O'Neal 38.10
friends who voted for me as their B.D OP E% LOTS 2
FURNITURE FOR SALE: 1 Re. your painting, wood finishing FOR RENT: TWO BEDROOM 8w14 OP BWy4 28 28 21
for State Senator in the finish furniture. C. F. McQuIn, wall papering interior or exter- house, block, unfurnished. Con. LotE10 Newton C. Cox 18.e2
candidate corner 11th and Chafin. Phone ior work done. Call Ewald Ra- tact II. L.. Prescott, TW 42591or wslJNtr: ot BE'L: 2. 28 21 31'N, Unknown 18.82
859-2315 after 5 hardt, TW 4-5341. TW 6-9151. 5:7tfchg: Com a"NW 001' ot n.ctlBWtt4W .
May 5 primary. I appreciate every p.m. -- .---. deg W. run along 8 _along eo IIDe140S 1 ',

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one of the votes I received and wantto dell POD,24 thence min E:run 200 It 8 tI3 to .
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thank the people of the Districtfor thence IS 1 deg W 155
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the favors shown during the along whom 1\4.\ .
me NEEDSKing's 200 n MOL thence N 1 ..
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campaign. ot hwy No. I 98 and ale:
Com at NW 001' of 854:'
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MURDOCK BELSER DrugsCosmetics 5 Sins D OF oB (BOp 8Ea : ;: 21 21 P. N. Stallworth, Jr. f 228.23

Lot ae .Tuon H. Papanlcolaa 8.04
Lot ,8 Holland M. Carder 8.04
Lot n Millard D. Stewut 8.04
Lot e113.114.125 Russell Byron tackbOu.e 53.67
". & B le Herbert Wenzel 768.68.
I n lot U' Back assessment for 11161 taxes
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Gifts All Occasion Cards from Bouth.rly
aids of uB 18wy No. 98
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aids of sac U Aria G. Flnkel.teln 89.05
Phone TW 4-2281 Lote B-o-D i E: Aria G. Flnkelat..ln. 1051.15
Lote P-G-H-I Ayta G. Flnkel.teln 32.110
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We can save you time and money tool Get away from It all In e Super Torque Ford Hardtop bred In open competition, built for the open road.


BUdget terms can be arranged

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NO MONEY DOWN KITCHENS our price you can afford both !

i Get away from old car worries. Our sales are at a record high so you can count on

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Performer from Ford. Head for the hills . breeze to so you'll find the ideal model for your family . your

..aa1I .. the beach . with that carefree feeling you get from a finances. Come in and test-drive a Ford, Falcon orFairlane.

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Beta Sigma Phi Engagement LAWSON'S CELEBRATED should not stand unrevoltrd DAN JOB TROTMAN ,I 1 county t 1 Judge the; estate of Walton' e of Florida the 'u.

Holds Convention Announced. SILVER ANNIVERSARY County Judge within, six ((6)) calendar months
First Publication May :21. 1W44t from the date of the drat publlcatlo i
Florida c hap t e rs celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Ewell B. Luns- : May 21,25June4I1NOTICE of this notlo', Each claim or demand ANNIVERSARY SALE
Mr. and Mrs. J, V. Lawson TO IKMHTORSFLOKII must be In writing and must state
their silver anniversary in Clear- ford of Ponce de Leon, announcethe celebrated their silver wedding >% STtriUfrH; the place or resldruce; 'IJ'O officeaddress be'-
In the Court .>f the County Judge of the claimant
water at the Jack Tar Hotel .
May forth-coming marriage of th claimant his anentwill
anniversary Thursday. May 14, Walton Count; Florida, sworn to by
15-17. The DeFuniak Springs their daughter, Gayle, to Harold 1964. They were married 'n 1939 In Probate Jold"or hla( attorney. to, or.. lt become ATTENTION GRADUATES!
chapters were represented there Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. in Chattanooga, Tenn. LOUIS In reI; EDWARD Estate of GILL .;(111 wc F.yV
Mrs. Christine Prescott Mrs. Allen P preen
by of Atlanta, Ga.
Ellen and Mrs. C. The Lawsons moved* to De- To All Creditors and Persons Deceased Having Executors of the Last In appreciation of the past patronage we are
Murry Mary The marriage will take place at Funiak Springs in 1963 at wh'chtime (lalms or Demand Against Said Will and Testament olBusnn
Pittman. the home of the bride on May 23. :Mr. Lawson purchased the Estate, Publication on Cdan May \.21., DeceasedFirst 1904 offering all fine jewelry, watches diamond seta,
Guest speaker was Mrs. E. H. The ceremony will be performedby You and each ofou are hereby
he 4t May 21.28.1une4,11POSJ'AGE.PA'D
Ritz Theatre which now notified and required to
Ould of Roanoke, Va., a speakei Rev. Clyde Colvin. operates. claims and demands Which present you,any or ring, etc.
who is in great demand all over The bride is a student at the either of you, may have nttntiist therstate
of Louie Ldward 0111, derrnsed.Inte .
the nation. Florida State University in Tal- Miss Carol Jones!, student nt of said County to the County a At 50 pet. Discount
On Sunday over 1000 member lahassee and is majoring in Home home. Judge of Walton County, Honda, at )
FSU, spent the weekend at his office In the court house of said
participated in a moving me- Economics Education and the Mrs. Pauline Hodges spent. Sun- County at DtKuniak Upiiugt, florldu,
morial to six members who groom a student at University of friends. within six calendar months from the During the Month of May.
day In Opp Ala, visiting time of the first publication of this
passed away since the last con- South Florida in Tampa with a Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Flow and notice. Two copies of each claim or
vention, this being followed by major in Physics. demand snail be in writing, and shall
Creel returned -
the closing ritual. Mr. and Mrs. John state the place of residence and post CROWN WATCH SERVICE
from a trip to Jacksonville -i office address of the claimant and
Seagrove Beach Club several shall be sworn to by the claimant
where they spent
agent, attorney and accompanied bya
Junior Garden Club Entertains LuncheonThe I "
at days last week. filing fee of one dollar and such >tbn
Flower Show May 30 Charles King: claim or demand not so filed shall
Mr. and Mrs. .... -
Ba- be void I 111.1 T J1
Holiday Inn at
new and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Harris (s> Agnes Myrtle
Don't forget our big Junior hama Beach was the setting for have returned home after a few As Executrix!: of the Last mand

Garden Club Flower Show on the final ;meeting of the Seagrove days rest at the beach in Panama Testament of Olll Louie deceased Edward!: Fellow Citizens ate

May 30 in the Coca Cola Club Beach Garden Club when the City this week.IN 4t;: May 21. 28. June 4. 11
Room, DeFuniak Springs. Pupils members entertained at a lunch-
from grades one through 12, are eon at 12:3: p.m., Thursday May THE CIRCUIT COURT EMEROLNCV 16S (64-28); ORDER ,
invited to enter horticulture and 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN Notice Is hereby given that the WALTON COUNTY .
14.Guests AND FOR WALTON Dame and Fresh Water Klsh Commission THAT'S
exhibit. This is
arrangement seated at
were banquet
COUNTY FLORIDAIN 01 the btate of Florida acting .....
open to all pupils in Walton tables arranged to form a T, with CHANCERY NO. 8332 'ter: authority conferred upon it by '-

county whether you belong to places marked with attractive a B corporation AND P. INC. Florida Chapter 372 of Florida the (statutes"state of SAVEBYMAILSERVICE

the Jnnior Garden Club or not. favors of nylon net pom-poms in plaintiff and by Chapter 165-7: .oa of the Rules ,
Mrs. Margaret Wooten, Junior many pastel colors. Mrs. W. J. VS,- snd Regulations of the Commission d
JAMBS O. TOWNSEND and I does hereby establish as a Fish Management -
Garden Club leader, invites all Mathews and Mrs. George Wilson LORETTA Area the following area In --- .
TOWNSENDDefendant. -- : ; '
interested participants to meet decorated the tables with large Walton County, Florida presently ---- ,
NOTICE OF SALE closed to fishing by Order dated 'z
with her May 26 at 8:30: a. m. at I floral arrangements gathered from Notlc U hereby given that pursuantto : February 28. I96J: and f
her home, seven miles north of I the mbembers' gardens. Mrs. a final decree of foreclosure enteredin Juniper Bay Lake In Sections 2, SEND TOUR CHECK ac- [Ja ;
the Circuit Court of Walton County 3, 4. 0, 10 and 11 of Township 3 '
book in ready- 'Ra
DeFuniak You will count our .Ltlas"
Springs. see James Carson
presented each of Florida, case therein pending North. Range 1* West Walton : R
thousands of daylllies in bloom. the officers with corsages made wherein B nan"t P. Inc. Is the plaintiff. County, F da25. addressed ready-stamped r1 ate't
and James O Townsend and Loretta Effective May 1964. fishing will >
Each child will be given a day- up from; beautiful Lowell Thomas Townsend are defendants, the case bit allowed as provided In the Wild envelope nowlFirst .
lily plant In bloom. roses grow nin her garden. docket beng 8332 I will offer for sale life Code of the State of Florida and : .
and sell st public outcry to the highest by regulations adopted for the Jumper "
Following the tour we will Mrs. C. H. McGee, Sr.. Mrs. hours Federal '
cash bidder during the legal Bay Lake Fish Management Area i t > .
have a work-shop on ''preparing Russell Haden and Mrs. Joseph 01 sale on the 8tb day of June, 1964. O E: Frye, Jr.Assutsnt "'' 4. *
arrangements and pants for ex- Andrews formed the committee at the DePuniak front door Bprtngs.of the Florida Courthousein the IS. 1964* DirectorMay Savings & Loan :.<; \'''' .: ,
hibition. Those planning to enter responsible for the luncheon arrangements following described mortgaged property It; May 21. 1964 Nelson Phone r--l, i', ''i'\,8< : ";!; I
situate In Walton County Florida ". ;;
arrangements should notify Mrs. i"J
with "
Mrs. George Av. .TW 4-2321 "' '
Wooten by May 26, that she may Rowe acting as telephone chair- Beginning: at the Southwest Corner IN JUDOB THE COURT OF WALTON OF THE COUNTY ttai. 4 .j
make final of the Southeast Quarter of t unlleINI .if.
show-staging plans. man. Grace before luncheon was of Section FLORIDA IN PROBATE INiKI "
You may also contact Doanna said by Mrs. Mathews. the 22. ,Township Northeast 1 Quarter South Range 21West Re Estate of SUSAN C, ADAMS '; ':
Carter TW 6-1101 Rob- thence Easterly along the Deceased !
or Danny Club president, Mrs. Cube Mc- NOTICE TO CRFD1TORH i '
bins, TW 6-2081 prior to same South boundary of the said SEH All creditors of the estate of SusanC. I hen..4-
Gee, Jr., introduced guests Mrs. of NE'4 of Section 22. 420 feet e Otto sF
date May 26th.Margaret. thence North 210 feet thence West Adams deceased are hereby notl- :
Stanley Den Herder of San An- fled and required to file any claims I I
Wooten, Leader tonio. Texas, Mrs. W. D. Lanning, th the point point of or beginning.beginning The The said said or demands which they may have | ..A f ,_
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Birmingham, Ala., Mars. Frank parcel lying and being
Miss/ Lawn To Graduate Murphree of Lakeshore Estates, 22.West Township in Walton 1 South.County Range Florida.21 Again I want to thank the peopleof

From Bryon College Mrs. Hans Eckmann and Mrs. Deed at cost of purchaser. Walton county for the fine vote ;
hand and official seal
Joe Baird, new residents of of this Court this 19 dav of May. 1M4, SaIurdayJwo foifljSALE"TASTEEFREEZ ]
Jane Louise Lason of DeFuniak Seagrove Beach. E. LEO ANDREWS I received in the first primary. Since ,:

Springs, will be graduated on Lovely Miss Judy Short, 1964 ClerK Circuit Court
Walton County Florida I have worked for both of the men
June 2 from Bryon College Miss Alabama, visited briefly It:May 21 .. MAY 23
Dayton Tenn., with a class of 49 with the luncheon guests and CONES that are in the run-off for SheriffI
seniors. Louise! will receive the B. graciously drew for the door IN TUB COURT OF TUP COUNTY
A. in English. During her four prize which was won by Mrs. JUDGE FLORIDA OF WALTON IN PROBATE= COUNTY BUY ONE-GET ONE FREE! would at this time like to say that

years as a Bryon student, she has Russell Haden. Re: Estate of SUSAN O. AIJAMS. COMPLIMENTS TASTE-FREEZ COMPANY for the best interests of the people of
worked as recorder for the Registrar Deceased
NOTICE OF PROBATE Walton for Honest Reasonable -
at Mom Sc Dad's Restaurant. Age THE: ESTATE OP SAID DECEDENT. Courteous and Efficient Law ,
You are hereby notified that a ,
Mrs. Mary Forrest of Fort 21 or over. No experience neces- written Instrument purporting to be iasiee-freezf :
Walton Beach, attended the Pilot sary. 5:21chg.: the last will and testament of said Enforcement, I want to endorse to 'j.

Club Installation Banquet hereon IT'S OUR PLEASURE TO Loan bate decedent in this has court been;.admitted You are to hereby pro- aW my friends and supporters CURTIS 'f;t'
Wednesday evening. Carpet Shampooers FREE with commanded within six calendar ;cGIFT FESTIVAL '
1 LeGrande, Oregon is visiting her purchase of Blue Lustr Carpet months publication from of the this date notice of to the appear first ( R. MILLER for SHERIFF.

-1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. K31- Shampoo. Fisher Hardware Co. 1n this court and show cause If any

u t patrick. Mrs. Margie DeLashmutt from T-a Admitting can, why the said action will of to this probatevou court I DIFFERENT FKCl JOEL T. AI I'' On.t)

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W IATW FUN /fer tW FAMILY .:_, ./ ,

One 4-piece Sectional Sofa 209.95N149.95 tata-frm ti. WITH
CONaM WN.At/ Sees Set

One Bookcase Desk MALTfMAllll S91Ag
39.95 29.95 .ae W ills- :' IMhlrnr

Swivel Rockers 39.95 29.95 t HAYDON

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One 2-piece Pillowback Livingroom r ..........s.:

Suite by Sealy 139.95 i7 '' WIN THISGIANT ,4'ar

One 3-piece Bedroom Suite 199.95 149.95 : King's BURNSAS
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One Early American Platform Rocker 64.95 49.95 ": POODLE : III-Way 90nlr x
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One 2-piece Living: Room Suite 199.95 139.95 : r.

One 2-piece Livingroom Suite by Sealy 289.95 199.95 TW Call 6-5861 YOUR GOVERNOR

Two 5-piece Solid Maple Dinette Suite 129.95 99.95

One Room Divider -- 39.95 29.95OneFourth WE WILL BUILD It agsag "',nytTOTiVote .... rI -..... \'

All Pole Lamps Off 1 ON YOUR LOT !. May Z6AMERICA'S

Two Occasional Chairs 49.95 20.95 ., .,;., ANYWHERE I

One 2-piece Plastic Livingroom Suite 159.95 119.95 I

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One 2-piece Livingroom Suite by Sealy 299.95 239.95 r .::1.>.=

One Drop-Leaf: 7-pc. Diningroom Suite 209.95 169.95 --- Tit*BKL.MONTNo ..

Two 7-piece Dinette 129.95 99.95 Money Down

100% Financing 1-4 Bedroom

One Barrel Back Chair 89.95 69.95 i 21 Models To Choose From ONLY

Two Early American Bedroom Rockers 39.95 29.95
$55.20 Per Mo.
cash Prbe .
Inside Finishing OPH..I.32.pai
Two Bunk Beds complete 99.95 12 Years .i sMll

Five Child's Platform Rockers 9.95 6.95 F EE cololojof

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All Merchandise can be purchased on Easy Terms U. S. Highway 90 East P. O. Box 574 DeFUNtAK SPRINGS, FLORIDkVOLUME \

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miry, spent the weekend her., :I J'i''I. ,>I'< ,' ., a-.d MrtT-R C. Wesley I CASH FOR LATE MODEL I I FROM FAMED ENGLAND. the
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs t.' ".. v-oie 0:, guest of Mr.\ and :cars, 1950 models up. Buying for .greatest Bard,' i iJ', nation on
George Blake. I I '.Lrr.+ D. H. Wise over the weekCtrl. I Eastern earth comes a fantastic: t discovery-
and Miami
markets. If
I Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Ham. Streeter's Magic: Growth Pellets If Ht the prfce)...*}..... ?
mock and daughters spent 'he;I -.Irs. Jr. R. Favors" of Augusta I you have a used car to sell, call developed by Fred Strooter win. or location but tfc. wonderful

weekend with her parents, Mr.I I: C: the vcrkend hore with James Hussey TE 6-2271--8 ajn. ner of more than mo geld medals ELECTRICAL COMFORTS that dirtlegr, r' y
and Mrs. T. H. Hinote. rr--. m..-her.. Mr Ruth Dowers I till 5:30: p.m. 12:31pd: plus the Victoria Mcilbl", for his :
- '- achivement in GOLD"
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]j car. create mpi-r f.n! \ l'I'a and
vegetables, the < of MEDALLION HOMt
iy your ,
Meet neighbors. Over St;(1'' ri 0.000 magic ,
you ? ROW Jfeep'Creel ; taller
1 H I pellets sold in 1 i -uul: 1 every
week. In short Ij'h't\ present.
Contact Frank] V C. iv i'r''''11. Hijjh-;
90 West or T\V t : \Z'
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Ford Your local d18tri 'lt u-
COBmpany ineaDeFulliq I :, :_,_ .
FREE: ESTIMATl 100 Tons ;
or more rich barn: <-,II'd fertilizer
/ free-to anyone \\)1\\msiil. come 4. -
r f I1.il1lgs, F2o-itla and take it all. (fl nil-'; c southeastof L3H.
Ponce de LI.con. Sandy: Creek
Ranch on S-1 fi l nmr Morrison\ :

Springs. See Cart \\'.Ird or Joe _
invites you to come in and see... i McCormick. 4\: ;' 5:7.14,21ch:
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Sale: One Logy:: ':t'rc! air,-Rm Skidder '"' t
$1600.00; 1 F GOO. 2 ton. 1961
Ford with log trailer $1900.00;
1-B 170. 2 Ton. 1901 Interna-
tional Pulpwood tandem truck ntj pYSO'owrM
.. : with new loader $?000.00 1-T + Tua, Lntrwt

340 International Crawler Trac- '101 ' If r*.*>.b.. ..tnmmlnt. strut wrntnir. rally mwlMii MxhllkmHWM .
: tor, 1961 Model $2500!) 00. All this bat tlMmiKI. It .a-.b.>-o..4.four mnm. jrw.'.. I I" fur a .Wit.
equipment in Rood condition call .srat'S .
Caryville 548-3131 after 6 p.m. .
John E. French. 5:14,21,286:4pdSPECIALS: ; : A Cola...-a.....H._-r lot.I any. ....." "a,prIr-to a.bag
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'TRI Mtw '...P' WAGONEER-the first real station wa THE NEW'JEEP-OUTOft-the first 4-WD truck to ......... IIorhU..,;, aul Jnr .pplla_ sad .......... Aare bows. aIoeJ1.J
gon to offer the comfort. looks and performance of offer passenger car smoothness on the highway Cold Waves $6.50 and up Mwr; :'" :::f = ...." haw. a.........,,......awurytna. .f's 1M Adaal.a' Aaarl.n ,
a passenger car: PLUS 4-wheel drive traction and and sure-footed 'traction off the road.Comes Shampoo & Set 1.50 nnd 2.00 = ......,.51 S unr.w ill it Sara ca"wrnpf.. .IkeM
safety. It'. also available 2-wheel drive models. In two series with GVW's from 4000 to 8600 pounds. \ Hair Cuts 1.00 '" M brtse_hw 1r full.....1I1oJo.......'-

Downtown-5th Elizabeth' Beauty ft Baldwin Salon t:,. 0 U L'I' t "t'' I \' M I i.f. C ,f C A L I .,.

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Tm Vlir UIIIY..IAL-th.most famous member TME'JEEP' to-179_the 4-wheel drive vehicle with
..#.*.'Jeep Awheel drive family of vehicles. Has forward control design-has the greatest cargo: ,
three power take-off points and a wide range. of area and the shortest turning radius In Its weight No. Initials of
-a.Mel 1 equipment to suit every type of operation class.GVWs UP to 8000 Ibs.with dual rear wheels.' DEMOCRATIC: Issuing

Signature of Elector OFFICIAL, PRIMARY BALLOT Officer

quipped. to serve you. When you drive your 'Jeep' vehicle out of the showroom you Stub No. 1

tiafcftvwith you our lasting interest and that of KAISER Jeep CORPORATION. Our me- j t
Cftanlcs are always at your service with a completo range of 'Jeep' approved parts and

___equIpment. Come In and see us today! Initials of ;

CHiMf& Jeep cof7fc7fAT/o/\f Jeep "t', DEMOCRATIC OfficerDEMOCRATIC Issuing


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;;; ) PRECINCT NO.. . .
.:.."'ON '\'; To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark' ,

band DSS"'ON i_ a cross (X) in the square at.the RIGHT of the name of the person for
pruners !lopping shears
desire to vote.
V J.-- Fast "."vI"'pe" cutting and *l.el construction. Hard
._..... PoeIUve local. . 'I'
n d cutting blade and hook
Is made tike NationalCcmmltlccnmn
No other scat a Candidates For Democratic "-
1.95Cffffffff. 3.95 I j Borg.Many beauUfulcolors. State Preferring

FOR GOVERNORVote (Vote for One)
[SWnG'A'WA;( ? ) portable Loosens Rusted Bolts ( For One) For President -

; can opener LIQUIDWRENCH UAYDO BURNS Place>> a cross (X) in the circle Richard D. nrkcr' - -J[

iooUNT.roo.." III at the top of the column of the

.- .. o X..THI SUHR The riNITRANT. *. I ROBERT KING nIGH group of delegates for whom you A. G. (AI) Ih'olersonLegislative -
troting nest iol.awNar wish to vote.:
......... ...... ""i vent that quick.ty 1 Napoleon D. IJroward
...... loosens parts
,.iRse' It's double-geared to' frozen by fust, FOR STATE SENATOR
N= tai aiffortlt. eorrosJoo scale, e
give you easy i point, varnish, (Vote For One) o
.. .. and a carbon
............ cutting smooth edge. r Guaranteed or Grover Cleveland
h" $1"$ wee) CM CLYDE GALLOWAY
12.95 h ooe
Jim Fair
Delegates At Large
Warren M. Goodrich
Chairman I
:SSTON Organizing
le.". 24 tooth rakeAmarlca'a John J.
imum .. County Farris Bryant KennedyVote
best Illng lawn r h .....WON
KIlt ROCKET Spring back construction.: Rakes ( For One) Spessard L. Holland
51, 15. Teeth can't work loos.. grass shears S. L. KfJgore
HAMMER Comfortable >> hart* George A. Smathers ...
dome.Sall- h"o: :;; : JAMES J{. (Jimmy) PRESCOTT Tom Adams
1 ground blades hold eOae.
'. 1 'ifOliaOW "RocbtM James W. Kynes Bill McCoy

.-.._. balance ADOFFIOUS WARD Thomas D. Bailey

drlvta. *power Doyle E. Conner J. n. Rodgers, Jr.
. low..... County
Ray E. Green Elliott Roosevelt .
FOR SHERIFF J. Edwin Larson
1 t tr (Vote For On.)
Warren M. Rex Sweat

Walter O. Gibson Jr.
3.50 Richard A. Petttigrew Leon Whttehurst Jr.

Robert E. Knowlea
Lawton M. Chiles, Ji J For Democratic NationalCommltteewoman


SUPER OIL "edce.heara District,, No. 3 James Jimmy James (Vote for On.)

___ ls.vow Cut ...u.,. S.lf-..harp.nlna' ; (Vote For One) Alice McMahon
,_1<_ ......+.. fftahLubri.- \ bladom. Llsh""h.l rarfaetlybalanced. Fae B. Owles Raker
'wM.hICiK: .... .Comfort-grip handles
'._ _' ,..fI'IOtOno' > ... r JACK DONALD ADAIR Ann Spears Stover
etc. .. Ann M. Cramer Ann 51.\ Cramer C' -

daons .nd I HUBERT DELL. Nylah Bell
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... .... r"I:MI!'! -. ...-1 I _--- FOR CONSTABLE Mrs. John P. King Nancy W. Evans' .
: Ieell0/t. .*<1 .. Canvas liopp..r.r -
3'/ eU. ft n vy Catherine C. McCallVOLtpllE
;"ataga111Maa N -a. CIf\ as inforcd at s..m. Stores ..* (Vote For One) Mildred M. Feller -
.siim-elglelf.: garage or basement wall. Mrs. Robert Williams -

39cUp 8.95 2.50COMPANY Miss Louise E. Pickle !

MAX MARSH Mary K. ParHah( ;
Catherine W. Willlford

FOR CONSTABLE Catherine C. McCall

v. 00 CAMPBELL District No. A .. Mrs. Sydney Weintraub
(Vote For On.) Judy Wcissenborn .

District Delegates '
KARDWA lIlE L GEORGE ARTHUR CARTER First Congressional Ditsrict

William Frye 'Y ;;..... .
J VICTOR ARD Regan r -
::J" Ouida Baggett



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