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BAYOU LA BATRE



DAUPHIN ISLAND GRAND BAY

ALABAMA

BAYOU TELEPHONE COMPANY
BAYOU LA BATRE, ALABAMA

SEE PAGES I TO 5 FOR INDEX, TELEPHONE SERVICE CALLS
EMERGENCY CALLS AND OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION



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THdyou ever stop to Mnk

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run errands . . . make appointments . . • visit a neighbor

down the block . . . handle matters of business . . ,

and receive an important call from someone miles
away. In the course of a month, you repeat this
performance many times. Day and night, around the clock, in
good weather and bad, the telephone serves you • • •
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TELEPHONE DIRECTORY

BAYOU LA BATHE DAUPfflN ISLAND

GRAND BAY
ALABAMA

NOVEMBER, 1961



INDEX

Business Transactions With the Company Pag® 2

How To Place Out-of-Town Calls Page 3

General Information P°^® ^

How to Use the Dial Telephone ^age z

Alphabetical Telephone Directory ^T^ ?!^^

Classified Telephone Directory Yellow Pages

SERVICE CALLS

Long Distance ^iol ;;o;; Operator

hiiormation— Numbers Not Listed In The Directory — ^IMal Operator

and ask for Information

To Report Difficulty , , Or^orrrf^r

with a Local Call ^°\ Operator

with a Long Distance Call Dial Operator

To Report a Telephone Out of Order Di^ Operator

and ask for Repair Service

Business Office— Telephone Company r.- i tb c 0999

Bayou La Batre rv^ , '?i« A 3

Dauphin Island -Dial "0 Operortor

^ and ask for Bayou La Batre TA 6-3222

Grand Bay Dial UN 5-3561



EMERGENCY CALLS

TO REPORT A HRE

Bayou La Batre 1^ 6-3462

If no answer dial



.TA 6-3092



If no answer dial



TA 6-2461



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_._UN 5-3321

UN 5-3314

UN 5-3732

UN 5-3400



If no answer

Dauphin Island

If no answer dial

Grand Bay

Day Time

If no answer dial

Night Time

If no answer dial..
If no answer dial..
FOR POLICE „- p„np„

Bayou La Batre TA B-Z887

If no answer dial TA 6-3431

FOR AMBULANCE ^^ g g^g^

Bayou La Batre r Aonn

If no answer dial TA 6-4930

If no answer dial TA 6-2747

If no answer dial TA 6-3742

For Telephone Number or Address of the Nearest n^nrrrior

Federal Bureau of InvesHgaUon (F. B. I.) -^_ - .^^^ -l^o^^T

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HOW TO USE YOUR DIAL TELEPHONE

1. Most local numbers are listed in the directory.
Look there first, please. If you don't find the
number, call "Information."

2. Lift the receiver and listen for the dial tone — a
steady hum signaling that the equipment is ready.

3. Dial the number as listed in the directory.

4. After dialing is completed, the telephone you are calling will start to ring.
If the line is busy, you will hear a rapid "buzz-buzz-buzz" soimd.

5. If you get a busy signal, or if you make a mistake while dialing the number,
simply hang up the receiver, wait a short time, and try again. If you get
the busy signal again, hang up and try again several minutes later.



HOW TO CALL ANOTHER PARTY ON YOUR LINE

1. Lift the receiver, listen for the dial tone, then dial the nimiber shown in the
directory.

2. After you have dialed the number, you will hear the busy signal. When

you hear this signal, hang up your receiver.

3. When you replace your receiver, the called party's telephone will ring.
Ringing of the called party's telephone will not begin imtil you replace your
receiver, after hearing the busy signal.

4. Wait about twenty seconds to allow the called party's telephone to ring
two or three times; then remove your receiver and wait for the called party
to answer.

5. You can easily recognize the numbers of other subscribers on your party
line as the numbers will be identical except for the last digit. For example
the Telephone Numbers — 1234, — 1235 are on the same line.

BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS WITH THE COMPANY





TELEPHONE INFORMATION— LONG DISTANCE SERVICE



SERVICE APPLICATIONS, CHANGES
AND DISCONTINUANCES

Applications for new service, changes, ad-
ditions to existing service and discontinuance of
service should be handled with our business
office. A telephone call will enable you. In
almost every case, to transact business promptly
and satisfactorily with our business office.



6IUS AND PAYMENTS

Bills are rendered monthly for local service in
advance for a one month period from date of
bill and long distance service for a one month
period preceding the date of the bill. Bills may
be paid by mail or in person at our business
office, Bayou La Batre, Alabama.



TELEPHONE DIRECTORIES

Loss of time and inconvenience by calling
wrong numbers can be avoided if you consult
the current directory before placing a call and
avoid the use of obsolete directories.

Between directory issues certain numbers do
not appear in the current directory due to
changes and new installations. These numbers
may be secured by calling "Information."

The use, in connection with Telephone Di-
rectories, of any auxiliary covers, tabs, stickers,
inserts or other matter, except such as are pro-
vided by, or with the consent of, the Telephone
Company is prohibited.

No liability shall attach to or be assumed by
the Company for any errors or omissions in the
compiling, printing or distribution of its direc-
tores. In order that the directory record may
contain corect listings at all times, notifications
of changes or errors should be given at once at
the Business Office of the Company.



HOW TO PLACE
OUT-OF-TOWN CALLS

There are two general classes of Out-of-Town
Calls, Station-to-Station and Person-to-Person,
explained below.

STATION-TO-STATION CALLS

(From One Telephone to Another)

A station-to-station call is one where you ask
to be connected with a certain telephone in a
distant place. However, if you ask for a particular
person or for an extension telephone reached
through a private branch exchange, as in a par-
ticular department or hotel room, the call is a
person-to-person call. A station-to-station call
usually is completed more quickly and tiie rate
is less than for a person-to-person call.

The time at the originating point when tiie
conversation starts determines whether the day
or night rate applies. Charges begin when the
called telephone is answered, provided the
calling party is holding the line.

TO PLACE A
STATION-TO-STATION CALL

First — Give the operator the name of the place

you are calling.

Second — Give the telephone nimiber you are

calling (if known), otherwise, the name and the

address (if known) of the party whose telephone

you ore calling. For example: J. W. Brown's

Residence — 425 Main Street.

Tlurd — Give your telephone number when the

operator asks for it.

PERSON-TO-PERSON CALLS

(From One Person to Another)

A person-to-person call is one where you ask
for a particular person or extension telephone
reached through a private branch exchange, as
one in some department or hotel room. The rate
for a person-to-person call is higher than the rate
for a station-to-station call.

The time at the originating point when the
conversation starts determines whether the day
or night rate applies. The initial period is three
minutes, after which charges for additional time
apply. Charges begin when the called person or
extension telephone reached through a private
branch exchange is obtained, provided the
calling party is holding tiie line. Charges may be
reversed without any change in rate.

TO PLACE A
PERSON-TO-PERSON CALL

First — Give the operator the name of the place
you are calling.

Second — Give the name and telephone number
(if known) of the person you are calling, other-
wise, the name and the address (if known) of the
called party. For example: Mr. J. W. Brown, at
telephone 2470, or Mr. J. W. Brown, at J. W.
Brown's residence — 425 Main Street.
Third — Give your telephone number when the
operator asks for it.



COLLECT CALLS

If the charges on the call are to be paid at
the distant telephone, you should tell the operator
when filing the call that, it is a "collect" call. The
charges, if accepted at ttie distant telephone, will
be billed to that telephone.



GENERAL INFORMATION

TRANSMITTING MESSAGES

Employes of the Telephone Company are for-
bidden to accept oral or written messages to be
transmitted by an employe over the lines of the
Telephone Company.

ATTACHMENTS TO TELEPHONES

To render satisfactory service, it is imF)ortant
that the Telephone Company furnish and main-
tain all apparatus and eqmpment coruiected with
its lines. Except as provided in the Tariffs, no
line, instrviment, appliance or apparatus not
furnished by the Telephone Company shall be
connected with, attached to or in any way used
in connection with facilities of the Telephone
Company.

RECORDING OF TELEPHONE CONVERSAHONS

A short "beep" tone heard over the telephone
about every 15 seconds indicates that the person
with whom you are talking is recording your
conversation by means of his electrical recording
machine connected to the line. The "beep" signal
is produced automatically by a device which
connects the recorder to the telephone line and
which is provided by the Telephone Company for
your protection.

Use of a recorder without this signal is unlaw-
ful. If you do not want a record made of what you
are saying, ask the person with whom you are
talking to discormect his recording machine.
When he disconnects his recorder, the signal Is
no longer heard.

ADVERTISING TELEPHONE NUMBERS

The advantages of showing telephone numbers
on stationery, signs, cards, etc., are recognized,
though the growth and changes in the city and
the corresponding growth and arrangement of
telephone facilities may require the changing of
telephone nxmibers. For this reason, stationery,
signs, cards, etc., showing telephone numbers
should not be printed in large quantities.

ARCHITECTS' AND BUILDERS' SERVICHE

When building or remodeling, you may ar-
range with your architect or builder to provide
telephone outlets while construction is in prog-
ress. The Telephone Company will gladly advise
with you, your architect or builder. Just call the
Telephone Company and ask for "Architects' and
Builders' Service."



TO GET THE MOST FROM YOUR TELEPHONE SERVICE





HORNS— GONGS— SIGNAL LAMPS



Here cere some items that will make your tele-
phone service even more useful and convenient.
For further information and charges about these
items to meet your particular telephone needs,
please call the telephone business office.




COLOR TELEPHONE



Extension gongs, horns, or sig-
nal lamps can be provided to
help you to answer promptly,
even in the noisiest or most
remote locations.




SIGNAL LAMP



HORN




EXTENSION GONG



EXTENSION TELEPHONES

Either portable or stationary, these handy tele-
phone instruments save time, steps, and effort.
They can be provided in your home or office
for only a few cents a day. Extension telephones,
either in color or black, mean greater privacy
and fewer lost calls for you.



COIN BOX TELEPHONES OR PAY STATIONS

Instructions covering operation of Coin Box
telephones (Pay Stations) are mounted on each
Coin Box Station.



DIRECTORY LISTINGS

Other members of your household — Relatives
who live with you, teenage children, or room-
mates — or key people or department heads in
your business, can be listed in the telephone
directory.





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TELEPHONES



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SPRING CORDS

A four-foot cord on your telephone instrument
coils up into a one-foot length, thereby keep-
ing the cord out of the way and free from
being caught in desk drawers. These cords
can be installed quickly and easily at the
same time your main telephone or extension
telephones are connected.

ANSWERING AND RECORDING SERVICE

One of the newest developments in the

communications field is the automatic

answering and recording device. While

you're away or can't answer the telephone,

this machine answers calls made to you,

gives your message to the callers, and

records any messages they may leave

you. Or perhaps, you may want a device ^^ /^swER AND RECORD

with automatic answering only. telephone CAUS •

BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE RATES

Service subiect to the business rate -^J^^^.fJ^^^^^^^^^

suSi se^ice Ts used substantially for, or advertised for, business purposes, the
business rate will be applied.




TELEPHONE DIRECTORY

BAYOU LA BATRE

November, 1961





BIS— COE 7



BAYOU LA BATRE, ALABAMA

For Instructions on How to Use the Dial Telephone See Page 2.

TELEPHONE SERVICE AND EMERGENCY CALLS

Long Distance Dial "0" Operator

Information — Numbers Not Listed in Directory Dial "0" Operator

and ask for "Information"
To Report Difficulty With a Local

or Long Distance Call Dial "0" Operator

To Report a Telephone Out of Order Dial "0" Operator

and ask for "Repair Service"

Business Office — Telephone Company Dial TA 6-3222

To Report a Fire Dial TA 6-3462

If no answer Dial TA 6-3092

If no answer Dial TA 6-2461

For PoHce Dial TA 6-2887

If no answer Dial TA 6-3431

Calls From Bayou La Batre To:

Grand Bay — Dial Listed Directory Niunber



A

Adams C E TA 6-3333

Adams S M TA 6-3597

Adams Travis V TA6-3879

Adams W T TA 6-6324

AGNES' BEAUTY SHOP TA 6-6180

Ainsworth Barney TA 6-6549

Akridge Colon TA 6-2150

Akridge Jack H TA 6-2444

Akridge M W Mrs TA 6-2275

Alabama ABC Board Store No 87 TA 6-6982

ALABAMA POWER CO TA 6-3242

If no answer call TA 6-3802

If no answer call TA6-4473

Alabama State Dept Of Conservation Marine

Lab -TA 6-2114
Alabama State of

Dept of Conservation TA 6-2052

Alba High School TA6-3882

Alderman J C TA6-4139

Alexander Francis EJr TA 6-2235

Allen CW TA 6-2762

Allison James Rev TA6-3175

Ambulance Service of Bayou LaBatre TA 6-6561

If no answer call TA 6-4930

If no answer call TA 6-2747

If no answer call TA 6-4773

If no answer call TA6-3742

Anderson George W TA 6-4621

Anderson Jas N TA 6-3685

Andrews G S Sr TA 6-4949

Andrews Pat M TA 6-3715

Ankerson Essie Lee TA 6-3965

Arbo L J TA 6-2165

Archer Jon C TA 6-6641

Arnett Donald TA 6-6622

Arnett Howard J Mrs TA 6-3542

Azevedo John TA 6-2465

B

Baggett Nettie TA 6-3361

Baker Eugene T TA 6-6051

Banks Travis TA6-6942

Barber Dorothy TA 6-4117

Barber Wm D TA 6-4866

Barbour Freddie TA 6-2224

Barbour Raymond TA 6-2725



Barginear Sanford TA 6-2148

Barnard N C TA 6-4539

Barnes Billy TA 6-4396

Barnes Everett TA 6-4764

Barnes Richard TA6-3%1

BARNES TRAWL CO TA 6-4761

Barnes W J Mrs TA 6-3875

Barras E TA 6-3553

Bartlett Howard LRev TA 6-3025

Bates Jack TA 6-2284

Baxley James E TA 6-6132

Baxter Grocery TA6-6851

BAYOU CARPENTER SHOP TA 6-6552

If no answer call TA 6-3853

Bayou Ice & Electric Co TA 6-2022

BAYOU LaBATRE CITY OF

City Clerk TA 6-2882

Fire Dept TA 6-3462

Police Dept TA 6-2887

Public Library TA 6-2661

Water Works TA 6-4032

BAYOU LaBATRE TRAWLER TA 6-6252

BAYOU LUMBER CO TA 6-6401

Bayou Oil Co TA 6-2482



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DIAL THE TWO LETTERS and all five figures.
For example. Dial TA 1-1234.



Bayou Ship Yard TA 6-3137

Bayou Standard Station TA 6-2241

BAYOU TELEPHONE COMPANY

Business Office TA6-3222

Telephone Service Calls

Long Distance Dial "0" Operator

Information — Numbers Not Listed

in directory Dial "0" Operator

and ask for "Information"
To Report Difficulty

With a Local Call Dial "0" Operator

With a Long Distance Call Dial "0" Operator

To Report a Telephone Out of Order- Dial "0" Operator

and ask for "Repair Service"

Bazzell Nessie Mrs TA 6-2562

Bennett Otis R TA 6-6431

Bennett V J TA 6-2701

Beretich J M -TA 6-3393



Bishop Aubrey 1'^^"????

Bishop L A I-JHIS

Bishop W TA 6-4189

Blakney Ernest W """A 6-4944

BLOSSMAN GAS INC Theodore Grand Bay-UN 5-4731

If no answer call 1^^5-4581

Bodin Freddie I^^?S?J

Boone Marion E I^HS?5

Boone W E I^H???

Boothe H E TA 6-2641

Bosarge Agnes Richard Ia^'ISm

Bosarge Alexander Ia^"?2??

Bosarge Amie ItV" ^^^

Bosarge Arthur I^^??Z5

Bosarge B Erwin JA 6-4478

Bosarge Bernard Ia ^ziS?

Bosarge Burke l7?"?xS«

Bosarge Caivin I^M222

Bosarge Carey 1^^221?

Bosarge Cecil TA 6-4691

Bosarge Clarence E TA 6-3855

Bosarge Claude D I^r?S?

Bosarge Effie A Mrs TA 6-4851

Bosarge Elbert I^HIli

Bosarge Franklin D I^J'?S?J

Bosarge Freddie Ia^"??2o

Bosarge Garland ^^r^iit

BOSARGE GARLAND SHIP YARD l^^llll

Bosarge Gussie TAb-bjjo

Bosarge Gussie l^^'^ill

Bosarge Harold I^H?22

Bosarge Helen l^^lf^li

Bosarge Henry Allen l^^'^S.

Bosarge Henry M IJH599

Bosarge Herbert P I^HJiJ

Bosarge Herman Mrs I'^y"o^«?

Bosarge Hilda Mrs I^H^?J

Bosarge Hilton I^H2S

Bosarge Irene X7V"?5«i

Bosarge Irvin I^H?2S

Bosarge Jas JA 6-2603

Bosarge James E I'!'H222

Bosarge James I ^^H51?

Bosarge John B J^ ^'JJf I

Bosarge Kenneth J 1^^"2^5

Bosarge Lena S Mrs I^HZ2?

Bosarge Levi I^H25?

Bosarge Margie TA 6-2201

Bosarge Mary C I^Hf^l

Bosarge Matt IaHI??

Bosarge J groc Itt'IqS

Residence JA 6-3932

Bosarge Owen lTy"2255

Bosarge Percy Mrs 1^?"5/25

Bosarge Pete TA 6-2602

Bosarge R Gerald l^^W^

Bosarge R L li^ 6-4824

Bosarge Richard I^HTZl

Bosarge Robert Sr TA 6-4104

Bosarge Robert Bobbie TA 6-3179

Bosarge Rufus I^HJIS

Bosarge Sallie I^H2^?

Bosarge Stanley TA 6-3534

Bosarge Troy JA 6-3021

Bosarge W B I'JH2f5

Bosarge Wade I^H555

Bosarge Warren W ^^^'Ull

Bosarge Wm E ^^^'^^^^

Bosarge Wilson 1? ^2213

Bosarge Winston I^H55Z

Bosc Paul I?fi3Z2

Bouchard R E Mrs I^HZ59

Boutwell Colon I^HSJi

Bower T I^HZ9?

Bowie John E I?H?5}

Boxx Alton K I^H&S^

Boykin Bama Mrs l^^'iil^

Bracknell Sabery I?H§i2

Brandt Richard I^HS?

Brown Judson C I^H21?

Brown Sarah I^H2J2

Brownlee John D 1^^5?3?

Bryant Alma Miss TA 6-2131

Bryant Buford TA 6-3272

Bryant Clarence Mrs TA 6-3601

Bryant Clyde TA 6-4418



Bryant Earl Capt I^H2?5

Bryant Emmett -~"I?^S?i?

Bryant George lil'll?}

Bryant Geo E I^HfSi

Bryant Herbert (Bobby) I^HJr?

Bryant Jack D I^HJSf

Bryant James lAAioSt

Bryant Leon I^^^SI

Residence JA 6-4997

Bryant Lester Mrs I?r^75l

Bryant Norwood l7y"7H?

Bryant Oliver J-fHifS

Bryant R L TA 6-2357

BRYANT SEA FOOD CO INC 1^^?2||

Bryant Sheet Metal Works I^M2?S

Bryant Willard I^^iSK

BRYANT'S DRY GOODS CO I^HIJ?

Bunch Billy D I^H§ZJ

BURCH MACHINE WORKS Ta H^S?

Burch Rufus I'^Hlol

Burkes James JJH?|?

Burns Lila Mrs I?H12Z

Burns Michael L 1^ HJ9?

Burns R M I?^?S3i

Burris Nolan I^H?2?

Burroughs Cecil I^?T59i

Burson John I^HSli

Butler James TA6-6235

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Cain Chas Jr TA 6-3813

Cain Herbert I^HJi?

Cain Jimmie Ta^SS

Cain Maggie Ta^S??

Cain Robert I^HIx?

Cain Vance I^H5??

Callahan R J I^H?5^

Calloway Jack I^HsS}

Calloway Randall l^T^Tii

Cannon John I?^?5K

Carpenter Geo R Mrs I,y"Z?J?

Carter George S Jr Ir?"5S?

Castelin B M TA 6-4425



TArrTAylor
DIAL THE TWO LETTERS and all five figures.
For example. Dial TA 1-1234.



Castelin Gilbert l^tilll

Cater Harley I?H?5c

Catholic Boys Home l^t^il

Cato William l^^'VS

Cauley Louis JJrxSS

Chance Albert G I^HSS

CHAPMAN M R groc Ta^SII

Childress Milton I^r?Ss?

Childress Wintzell V^T^W:

Church Of God Jf MIS

CITY PHARMACY ta aIr?!

If no answer call I^r??i4

Clark A R ri t^Jln

Clark C Y I?H2?2

Clark Carl Edward IJ^?SSJ

Clark Edw ta ^"1X21

Clark Electric Co I^HSS?

Clarke Chas A bidg mati I?r?2?5

Clarke Chas A Jr I?H?J;

Clarke Chas A Mrs I^Hlii

Clarke Edw C I^^ISS?

Clarke Emma I^M??i

Clarke Leslie "I??"?!??

Clarke Levert Jr JA 6-4531

Clarke Phillip Ia^?^?!

Clarke Robert F If HII3

Clarke W M ""I^fiTS

CLIFF'S FISHING CAMP r J^H?2?

Clowder David L lU'llll

Coarsey J R ""T^MSSI

Coden Bible Church If HTZ?

Coden Methodist Church Parsonage - -lT?"^i;5

Coe Ida If ^"tSc

Coe Johnny — - If fi??|

Coen Carra Mrs -TA 6-2752



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Coheley Edna TA 6-4419

Coker S B TA6-4180

Cole T TA6-4428

Coleman Crawford TA 6-4522

Coleman Richard TA6-6684

Coleman ZeflFie TA 6-6603

Collier Ervin TA6-4925

Collier Eugene TA 6-4365

Collier Fredric TA 6-4777

Collier Harold TA 6-3557

Collier Herbert TA 6-3271

Collier Leaher Mrs TA6-4800

Collier Leiia Miss TA 6-2983

Collier Leon TA 6-2912

Collier O'Neil TA 6-3864

Collier Pat TA 6-4363

Collier Tete TA 6-9192

Collier Wayne TA 6-4694

Collier Weldon TA 6-3194

Collier Willie H TA6-2705

Collins B M TA6-4162

Collins Geo Mrs TA 6-2672

Collins Robert Benjamin TA 6-2671

Colmer H G TA 6-6771

COLONIAL SEAFOOD TA 6-6041

Conway Wm Mrs TA 6-2011

Cornelius C C TA 6-6150

Cottage Hill Nursery TA 6-6021

Courson Jack TA 6-2861

Covas A N - - TA 6-4730

Covas Henry E TA6-4464

Covas J S Jr TA6-4728

Covmgton Paul TA 6-2807

r°'' ? "^'ru TA 6-3141

Crawford G H TA 6-3431

Creel R M Rev TA 6-3251

CRYSTAL ICE CO TA 6-3972

Curran Leo TA 6-3275

r"**!!^ K ^r"; TA 6-3899

Curtis Malcolm B TA 6-6033

CUTOFF FISHING CAMP TA 6-9195



D & H FURNITURE CO TA 6-4672

Daniels Tung Oil Mill TA 6-2892

Darby J E- TA 6^2273

Darby Lloyd TA6-4385

Darby S R TA 6-2067

Davis A J - TA 6-4430

Davis Alden Jr TA 6-3282

Davis Alden Mrs TA 6-2585

Davis Bernard Jr TA 6-6034

Davis Edison TA 6-4322

Davis Estella Mrs TA 6-3943

DAVIS NURSERIES INC TA 6-3282

Davis Scott TA 6-2325

Davis TW - TA 6-3802

Day Bobby F TA 6-2896

Deakle Albert ta 6^6475

Deakle Calvin M TA 6-4412

Deakle Clifford R TA 6-4393

Deakle Emory TA 6-4453

Deakle Ernest L TA 6-4202

Deake Evan TA 6-2683

Deakle Frank TA 6-6952

Deakle George TA 6-3532

Deakle Jesse A TA 6-4205

Deakle Merrill TA 6-2212

Deakle Modesta E TA6-3113

Deakle Service Station TA 6-2951

Deakle Vernon TA 6-4207

Deakle W L TA6-4201

DEAKLE'S GROCERY & SERV STA TA 6-6475

Decambre Clifford P TA 6-4566

Dees Clinton TA 6-4533

Dees Stanley E TA 6-4520

Degeer Lewis M TA 6-4591

Delcambre Ebrard TA 6-4565

Delchamps E C TA 6-2805

Delchamps Maude Mrs TA 6-3772

DelcomynLC TA 6-6443

Devlin Phillip TA 6-3894

Dewey A— -TA 6-6703

Dickinson Earl TA 6-4342

Dickinson Randall TA 6-4338



DICKINSON SHRIMP CO TA 6-6293



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