The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00115
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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i.; : Flagler Beach I I Dr. Sayers Parents Invited I:Group Basketball City Proposes i

if'rr Town Election Named To Local To "Know. Your Tournament To Be Street Paving

Held Tuesday Health UnitDr. School" ProgramPlans I March 5-6, Here For This YearThe

James R. Sayers has been I Class C Group VI basketball
appointed as Director of the have been completedfor I tournament will be held in the
: Out of a field of nine candidates ; City Commissioners at a
[. Health Your'School" i
Flagler County' Department the "Know pro- Bunnell School Gym on March
1 running for, the three com He is replacing Dr. N. B. gram scheduled for March 10 at 5 and 6. meeting Monday night adopteda
mission seats in Tuesday's elec- proposal to pave a total of
,I Edgerton.who ,resigned to go In. the Bunnell School Cafeteria. I The first game on Thursday
tion at Flagler Beach, Thomas I Ir I jto private practice in Palatka. The School Band will march I at 7:30 will be Oveido vs Hast- 28 blocks of streeets' during.

Walker Duncan.K. N. 'Givens I Dr. Sayers .is a native of Oklahoma through town at 2:10 Tuesday ings. The second game will be this year.

and Johnny J. Seale were .elect- I and received his medical afternoon. All parents are givena ;Bunnell vs Seville at 9:00. They voted to complete the

i: ed. Given was up for reelection. I training at Oklahoma Medical I special invitation to attend On Friday night the opening paving project of 7% blocks

t Three men were in the contest ,- I I School. He served in the U. S. I this program and become acquainted -:game .will be Bunnell Girls vs from last year's project. This

I for the mayorship. R. L. I[Navy for 23 years, retiring in with the teachers and I the Oviedo Girls at 7:30. f project would include the following -

r McNab, the encumbent, George I I'April of 1958. He will residein I the school. I II i At'9 o'clock the winners of the ;, : Pine St. from Canal to

F Moody and J. L. Presswood. Mc- i'[ Palatka where he has had The program will last for one i;Thursday night boys games will .Booe St., Booe from: U.S. Highway

Nab won handily with 256 votes.I I a home, for the past ten years. I hour and there will be a nurseryset play. Winners of this tourna- 1 to Pine Street.
, had 88 and Presswood 7. I
Moody I I He will also serve with the Putnam up for the small children.A ment wil go to the state tournament Proposed for paving during
The votes tallied for
the candidates County Health Department. supervised play 'room will be i I this year also are the following:

f in the commission race JI' Norman L. Davidson, who was available for the threeand four. The Bunnell Boys closed their Cherry St. north to Ridgewood,

". were: T. H. Bruner, 14; Thomas in charge of the mental health year-old children for the parents regular season with a 59 to 36 six blocks; Howe St. from Or-

'j Walker Duncan 219; K. N. Givens work of the local health_ ,department who wish to bring the children win over Melrose last Friday ange east to ,Palmetto, three

172; Thomas J. Harkness 92; I has been transfered to with them. Five-years-old night. High point man for Bun- blocks; Palmetto from Howe to

H. G. Heydt 54;; Sarah E. MarI I Gadsden County Health Depart- (over children. will go to the gym nell was Sam Bertha, 18; Bob Moody, two blocks; Lemon St.

tel 59; Willias A. McDowell 79; ment in Quincy. where they will see a film and Cook, 12; Henry Wells, 11. This from Moody to Howe, two blocks;

Johnny J. Seale 208; and George be under supervision of John F.I made Bunnell's record 14-7 for I Fig St. from Moody to Howe,

Wickline 120. All figures are un Jones. I the year.New .two blocks: Drain St. from Moore

official. Bunnell'Host The program calls for "Open I i St. to U. S. 1, four blocks; Pine

The new commission will be ing of a Typical School Day," I St. from Booe to Drain St. two.

made up of Duncan, Givens, To District 8 given, by Mrs. Emma Murray.I And Old !I

Seale, Charles F. Charon and Supt Z. D.,Holland will give the I I I
Richard (Dick). MOSb "School Philosophy" and i I I

I ParentTeachersCitizenship .pal Carl:,Hornsby" will Prlncl-1 C Win Seatsr OnCommission County Board

:. Funeral For !I!I for a Better To. the A teachers.short explanation of sub- Appoints New

morrow was the theme of the ject I matter courses'offered and

John Deen District Florida comparison of achievement tests ,
,Eight Congressof One new man and one en- Health DoctorThe
Parents and Teachers held I scores with .other school will be cumbent won seats on the city

HeldFriday: here last week. .shown. commission in the annual for

The opening session was held 1 Members of the faculty have I,Bunnell Tuesday. John A. Clegg I Board of County Commissioners ..
., in the First Methodist Church of gone to a lot of extra work in ls'the "'member and ,Levi I Monday;appointed,Dr..J. "
.. ..:.-1o .,Jr..sfJn !ot.j*" Bunnell, and"Wds presided 'over" preparation"for'this program'and ,Brannam near Von reelection.; R. Sayers to' head the 'Flagler' -

and Mrs. J.'Curtis Deer.ol Bun- by District President Mrs. M. J.I it is hoped that all parents, and These men won with five in Coutny Health' Department in

nell died early Thursday morning Edwards. Greetings were extended others interested in the school the race for the two places. the place of Dr. Norman Edger-
in the local hospital follow- by Mrs. H. B. Rawls, of program, will attend. Clegg polled 140 votes and Bran- ton who resigned to enter private

ing a brief nlness.John' the Volusia-Flagler County Council Registration will begin at' 7:30 I nam 90.Others. practice. Dr. Sayer is a retired

who was almost nine of Parent-Teachers. The welcome and the program will open at I in the race and votes I Navy Doctor who had had*many
years old, became ill Wednesdayand I I I 8 o'clock. of
was given by Flagler Coun received were: Harry Atkinson, years experience in public
was admitted to the hOSe I of I health work.In .
Public Instruction
I ty Supt. 80; C. B. Eisenbach, 75; and H. F.
pital. He underwent surgery Z. D. Holland, and Volusia County Wray, 59. for other transactions the board
Wray was up re
during the evening and died during Supt. John H. Smiley. Re- Scout Pack'sSecond election.A approved the newly installed electrical -

the early morning hours i I sponse was made by Mrs. John total of 238 votes were cast wiring system in the

Thursday.He W. Morgan of Winter Park, vice Year out of the 406 registered. There court house which will cost a-
is, survived by his parents, !
president of District EightA were no "burning" issues in the round $13,000.
:Mr. and Mrs. J. Curtis Deen of I
of the It approved bids for
portion morning session contest. purchaseof
Bunnell; two sisters, Susan Jane 'The Blue and Gold dinner celebrating -
was devoted ,to a symposium I The newly elected commission. I new short wave radio units
and Minnie Mae of Bunnell the the second anniversary
; for
the the sheriff's
on recent legislative conference department
of the Cub Pack No. 172 was I ers will take their seats at the
maternal grand mother, Mrs.
held by the Florida Con which is required by federal reg
commission j I
I held at the Flagler Beach Scout on Monday,
Perry Hunt of Orange Mill; and gress in Tallahassee with Mrs.C. April 6. Holdover members I ulation. The cost to the county
house on February 28 at four- are
r the paternal 'grand father, W. H. W. Johnson, Tampa, congress I thirty. I Charles E. Creal, E. S. Morris, :will be approximately $2,100,

Deen of Bunnell. president, moderating. I .and Paul Stanich. but the department will have
A Bobcat
Funeral services were held Participating was Mrs. Tom ceremony was conducted more units and ,of a superior
form the First Methodist Church I by Jack Abbott for Frank
Starling, Orlando, Orange Coun type. Under the new regulationsit
of Bunnell at two thirty Friday, ty council president; :Mrs. ,Dave Flurie and Mark Rose. Books I Adult Education is proposed that three sep
afternoon with the Pastor, Rev. were awarded to them. I
Nisbet, Merritt Island,' Brevard arate wave lengths be established -
Wesley O.' Wilder, officiating. County council president; Mrs. Assistant Cubmaster Abbott Classes in all counties. One for the

Interment followed, at the Es- Rawls; and Mrs. C. N. Prather, presented the following awards: Began law enforcement department, one
Wolfbadgers: to Dale Abbott,
panola Cemetery. Orlando, vice president directing for the State Civil Defense, and
Tommy Duncan, Bobby Gumble, Here ThursdayAdult
,Pallbearers were Tommy Ber '
committees on organization of one for' cities in which fire de
,tha, Billy Deen, Sammy Bertha, Gregory Ross, Gary Watson, and
the Florida Congress. Education Classes organization I partments, abulances, etc. may
S. J. Tilton Jr., Austin; Tilton, Mrs. Johnson gave an address I Ion Scott Wilder. at the Bunnell School be tied together.

and Thomas Minchew. Education Today and Mrs.]II Bear badges to Denis Clay and got underway Thursday evening Also accepted bid of Arthur
I Arthur McDaniel.. One
Craig Funeral Home of Bun Gray A. Strain, Orlando, citizen i year with twenty-eight registering for Babbitt to install hot water heater

nell was in charge of arrange; ship chairman of the congress,:.I was cub awarded annual to Dale Abbott. The the courses Ten of those who and necessary piping on top
pack reports were
ments. reported. registered are working for crediton floor of the county jail at a cost
given by Dale Abbott, Arthur
An address by Judge Marion a high school diploma.M. of not more than $300.
McDaniel and Mickey Sindelar.
Gooding of Jacksonville", juve- G. Rankin of the adult ed- Agreed to assist local band
Little Scout Regional Representative
League nile protection chairman ,of the ucation division ,of ,the Junior with expenses, but because of
George Wickline gave a reading
congress was another highlight. College in Daytona Beach was auditing, regulation, the band
"Just a Boy". '
Baseball Field A luncheon was served at the present for the organization of will present to the board bill in.
The following,Den Mothers for
Bunnell school cafeteria to 131. the class and he'was aSsistedby curred and the board in turn
the were introduced: Den 1,
The Little League Baseball This was followed by: a concert year Bunnell School PrincipalCarl will pay the bills. Last year the
Mrs. Lois Harkness; Den 2, Mrs.
'field at ,the ,by the Bunnell school, band. Hornsby. board donated, $750 toward the
playing Flagler
Lotus Wilder; Den 3, Mrs. Luella
Courses offered in the classes i expenses.
Recreational Park is
Beach near- Flurie; Den 4, Susana Abbott.The .
ing completion T. ,W. Duncan ard Lerch. following pack officers here are typing, shorthand, and The board' discussed with Dr.
bookkeeping. Classes are held Sayers a plan to ,acquire the
{ said today. The for the RecreationalPark and committee, members were
Mr. Duncan said the field is ,,located. In:Hillcrest section introduced: Constitutional repre each Monday and Thursday eve- poultry diagnostic laboratory for
nings from 7 to 10 o'clock. use of the health
now being limed and fertilizedin along :Highway 11, was given i.sentative T. J. Harkness; Cub
Instructors for the, courses are laboratory is not now in use.
for the
preparation grass seed- by Lehigh Portland Cement Master, Gary Gollen; Assistant
Ing. The footing for a thirty-six Company and they also furn CUbmaster J. Abbott Committee Mrs. Mary Hill and Louis C.

seat bleacher stand has been ished the black fill dirt for the members, ,are T. S. Wilder, W. McHughes of Daytona Beach. I APPLICATIONS FOR

poured and tiers will be laid. playing field Clearing and H. Whetstone, T. W Duncan, Both Mrs. experience McHughes i I NIGHT PATROLMAN,
He also said Committee President work has been donated inter- have had in adult
by R. McDaniel, J R. Moyer, Jim According to advertisementin
t Joe: Seale feels they have ested people of Flagler Beach as McGrant, and M. J., Sullivan. education, it was stated I this issue of The Tribune, the
enough money ,for the playing well as money to buy'materials. The'guests sang happy birth II I city will receive applications for

field and,they''are, now. ,in needof day to the Pack while the bIrth- Porcupines kill or stunt young night patrolman until March 16.

volunteers for the work to ,Naturalized citizens of the, day cake was cut. In closingthe I trees by gnawing into the' Inner! J. L; Irvin, patrolman, has re-

be done., United States are entitled to all cubs formed the living bark and cambium layerwhich signed the position and_the city ,

Those Interested: In helping privileges except; that' of becoining !cle saying their Cub Scout eir-I I are vital '''to the tree's growth wants applications for night

maysontacti Mr Seale or How.i. PresIdent.. \]jise and the law c of the Pack. the National Geographic says. (I I patrolman

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; .," FIFTH BIRTHDAY PARTYMr. SUPPER AT COMMUNITY Cows have four stomachs.

J,.:..: ,'. '..-....:,-- ..c' 11 : ., ..' I and Mrs.'.Leonard Moody MEMORIAL CHURCH TUESDAYA .
<" Z .eack 0" entertained last weekend witha covered dish supper has REFINANCE YOUR'DEBTSWith

,;f ag er birthday, party for their been planned for the Community a Long Term
daughter Eula Lee whose fifth Memorial Church for Thurs-

.' LUNA BABBITT birthday was February 24th. Mrs. day evening, March 5th accord FEDERAL LAND BANK

Telephone HEmlock 9-2096 Moody and Eula' Lee came for ing to Mrs. 'Elizabeth Tidwell.
the weekend ''from Tallahasseeand

. W M U WEEK OF PRAYER HOLT NAME SOCIETY MET I had the party at the 'home Lincoln was assassinated at W.'SBYAHProduction
MONDAY EVENING ,of her grand father George Credit Assn.
Ford's theatre while attendinga
The First Baptist Church W M U of the Holy Name ; Sr. -
.. The men Moody, I play entitled "Our American PALATKA, FLORIDA
is observing the Annie Arm- Society of the St. Mary's and Her father showed a numberof Cousin." Wednesday10:00Music '

strong Week of.Prayer for home the St. Stephen's Catholic movie films, until .the'special l'
missions this weep The 'theme Churches held a meeting k on birthday cake was' served with -
is 'Tarry-Te1V. The program Monday evening at the Boy hot chocolate and ice cream. Mrs. '

> opened Monday afternoon. ,with Scout House in Flagler 'Beach. Moody 'gave crayons and color .

,, a program on 'Tell the Mission During the meeting, their speaker [books for favors and some of -
. i Multitudes" at the home of Mrs.J. was Jimmy Landrum operator the time was spent with the '

L. Presswood. At the homeof of the Florida Reptile Gar children coloring in their books.

Mrs. Russell Bass on Tuesday, dens on North AlA, who gavean Among the guests were Linda I
the subject was "Tell The Iso- interesting and informativetalk LIsa and Lyna Knight, Lady

lated Inhabitants". on reptiles. Rodgers, Teresa Owens, Ruth I .

Mrs. Henry Shill, president of The announcement was made Hunter Karen Clegg, Debbie SAT. SAT.

the W. M. U. conducted Wed. "that' there will be Communionat Johnson, Rebecca Mercer, Chris I '
nesday, program at the Churchin the St. Stephens's Church on Martel, Phil Martel, Jr., Dana y The Surf Riders S \
\ the evening and it was "Tell March '8th at 10:30: A.M. They Scruggs, 3rd, David Johnson,

of His Wondrous Works.' The will have a Communion Breakfast I Mat Mathews. Mike Kelley, and Dancing & Music
Thursday program on 'Through Restaurantin among the parents were Mrs.
at the Red Roof .,
Multiple Ministries"_ will be at Flagler Beach at 11:45 A.M. Ray Martel, Mrs. Wilfred Hunter 9 ,P. M. to 1:30 A. M.

1:30 at the home of Mrs. Arthur The, Guest Speaker will be A.A.I Mrs. Myrna Knight, Mrs. Gale Plenty of Parking

Babbitt. The concluding meet- Aliberto from Orlando.. All men Kelley, Mrs. Jack Clegg, Mrs.'harles MARK ROSE JR., Your Host
will be on Friday evening at invited to attend. Creal, Mrs.Ellen Scruggs
7:30 at the home of Mrs. Stanley II Mrs Charlie Mathews, Mrs.Chester Flagler" Beach, On Ocean Shore Bird. AlA.-...

Springer but the church ,will ,Rev. and Mrs Glenn Taylor Montgomery Mrs. Wanda ---- \i
be open all day Friday for those were accompanied here Sunday Mercer and .Miss Sammy Whit- -

who wish to stop there and pray, by her mother Mrs. Etta Pipes aker. AGENCY OPPORTUNITYMan

according to Mrs. Shill.. from Des Moines Iowa, who is
.. or woman adaptable & ambitious, seeking business
their houseguest for two monthsat Mrs. Myrtle Sireeter attended
Opportunity with good earnings & future as the full-time
Mr. and Mrs. George Schlosser their home in St. Augustine.Rev. the wedding of, her grandson commission represtentative of a Real Estate organization
made an airline trip last' weekto Taylor is Pastor of the. First Clifford Wigle to Marlene Berg. doing a national business. Established more than half

Nassau 'to. be. with their Baptist Church here. man of Selb, Germany!; which century.No .
daughter and son 'in law Mr. was an event of February. 19th investment or franchise fee required.
and Mrs. Donn Robbins and A/M 2nd Class Ken Kusharskifrom in the Chapel of the First Congregational Free home study course licensing assistance.
Must be aggressive and good worker with A-l reference.Car .
,their grand.daughter. Mr. and Aurora, Illinois, who is Church of Daytona
an ,,asset, better than average income can be earned
Mrs. Schlosser are from Grays stationed at the Navy Base '?n Beach., Clifford Is. the son of from support 'given by Central Office Headquarters.If .

Lake, Illinois but have been Sanford has spent the weekendsthis Mrs. Streeter's Son and daughterin your background includes training in work such as
spending the'winter here in the month here. law Mr. and Mrs. Newton insurance, dairy products, household appliances or real
Long Cottage on llth St Wigle of Holly Hill. The bride estate and you live on or near a heavilytraveled,-highway, I
write about yourself to
I Mr. and Mrs. 'Hubert Alligood and groom visited here last

Mrs. Corde Terrill, Mr. and .and family from Alachua were week with Mrs. Streeter. STROUT REALTY .

. Mrs. Percy Gooding from Trenton weekend guests of his sister and I Est. 1900 l' Greatest Name in Earth
-_ Ontario, who are spending brother in law, Mr. and Mrs. T. I
their fourth winter here with Mrs. J. Miller. Their mother,, Mrs. .<' S. W. STEPHENS, District Manager .
f"zRMEthin"T1ZOLD: 1 I ** *""'* ** .>'J6:
returned here Palatka
Myrtle Streeter, were sightseeingon Laura Alligood, P. O. Box- Ol Florida
the West Coast several days ) with them after visiting. with BV TIMERS 'y <
last week. They also attended them last week. I I.

the Passion Play at Bok
Tower. Of interest'to their friends here From Mrs. Elsie Wltte Philadelphia 1 1t
and Pa.: I remember whenI
will be the news that Mr.
used to go to the Saturday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson Mrs. Teddy Price of Seville' havea movies with my father and

returned last week to Chicago, new daughter that was born_ on the way I would stop at a t 1 '
111., after spending two weeks last week. candy store and buy a prize bag
. for two cents and you had a bag
here in their home on 21st St.,
Robert Schatz: full of candy. Sometimes on the'
'Mr. and Mrs.
and also their "son
visiting Jack
have been entertaining his way home Pop would treat me to GENERAL ELECTRIC
a big dish of'homemade ice
brother and sister in law Mr
cream that cost ten cents and
". and :Mrs. Richard Schatz from you got a nice glass of cold water "
)r Birmingham, Ala.,' .as house- with it. My big sister and I usedto D ill
FRED FRUITS guests. go around and wait at the D11Jrn[ Q [
corner for my father to get oft
I" JEWELER Mrs. William L.Hammill from the trolley car coming from work I

DIAMONDS-WATCHES Connecticut is spending the and we "were so glad to see him AUTOMATIC WASHER
.I winter here in the Gleason A- we would give him a hug and a

.... ...REPAIRING_._. ........ partment. kiss and we'd hold his hand all '.
------ -- the way home. The people then WASH SPEEDS
seemed so nice and kind to one *
another and I shall never forget SPIN SPEEDS
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Bill and Rmma LChe*d'S Texas: I remember my grand- -- (
mother wrapping me in a blanket
and carrying me,'a five-year-old
. through a scary dark hall to her
OCEAN''VIEW RESTAURANT S room. The' brightness, warmth ONLY GE HAS THIS FAMOUS a

\ 'and love that awaited me when NOH-aOC FILTER.

On' The OCEAN at FLAGLER BEACH that door was opened enfolds me FILTER.I10 WASHING ACTION
two rocking -
to this'day. There were
chairs drawn to the hearth on >: }> 't ELIMINATES WIT, SAND, SOAP,

THE'HOME OF HOME COOKING which, the night before had been > SCUM AND SILT *
the makings of tea. Over A 'f
.. the flames the kettle sang merri '
drinking tea
ly. Soon we were .
. HOME FOLKS WHO APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE that was half creamy. ,country I I t.. .t. NOW \
milk and eating those big. old- :::::
fashioned soda crackers. Even I {I
" now. I can lunch most heartily on
,-18 hot tea and crackers; and my 495
=- companion always is a sweet,,lit =iODEL WA.850
: tIe old lady whom I see with raymind' 1
to(S Tk.M Oil.BtrilUa.Tt..... <*.to.thin... ,. .lara Frew LONG WEARING PORCELAIN WASH BASKET AND TUB J
1. .rric*.az 99,Fraakfrt Ktmtmckjr.) *FAMOUS G-I ACTIVATOR(R)WASHING ACTION, ,

-..he (God) giRth ui all life.

' $9,750.. $350 CASH and breath and all things;

Balance 20 Semi-Annual Payment Plus '6% 'Interest (Acts 17:25b, ) 't BUY AT THIS ONLY DEALER I

; .Interest and Principal Payable SemiAnnually.B. Listen j SIGN OFVALUE .

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.Hybrid Corn yellow ears that fatten. fine beef bring forth, five-inch ears will Scientific translators have a
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: cattle, and the puffed white pop- grow handsome large ears when i O. F. ALFOBD
"Record World corn sold carnivals all are crossed. Hybrids'can'be adapted big job. Government officials
Crop I hybrids. to growing seasons and can be estimate that 500,000 to 1,000- '

Hybrid corn, a giant grass Strains are Inbred made resistant to diseases. 000 scientific articles' are pub- Real Estate Broke

.. With a distinguished pedigree, Hybrid corn is obtained by Not surprisingly 94 per cent lished each year in languages BunnelL Florida
in little more than 35 years has inbreeding selected strains to of the record 3,800,000,000 bush- other than English.

.become the'most popular varietyof develop desirable qualities, then els of corn harvested in the i -
the ancient plant crossing the strains. Often two United States in 1958 was hy ,

When the first commercial hybrids are interbred to create brid. .

hybrid corn seeds were put on what is called-In the best senSeof American Indians, who culti- AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
the market in 1922, only 10 the phrase-a double cross. vated corn long before. Euro-

bushels were available. Since Hybrid corn can produce on peans arrived, did i I.not.try to de- .
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then, hybrid corn has spread a- three acres as much 'as old va- velop hybrids. Some tribes, not- I AUTO SERVICE BOAT SERVICE
cross the world, increasing corn rities produced on four, and.It ably the Hopi, attached an al-
production wherever it goes, is sturdy enough to be pickedby most religious significance to McDANIEL'S ORMOND MARINANEW
says the National Geographic machine: As most hybrids keeping strains of corn pure. COVERED STORAGB
Service Station for boats on trailers
Society. produce only one ear per stalk, Many American farmers acci Concrete Ramp
The succulent eorn-on-tne-cob machine picking is simplified. dentally or deliberately crossed STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS I MARINE WAYS-EXPERT REPAIRS
in the grocery store, the large Two runty inbred strains that corn, but it was not until the Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Boats rebuilt & refinished
I =I Gulf white gas & marine products
early 20th century that scientific
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crossing of corn began in

$150 Per Ear
Johnson's Boat Basin
Even as plant scientists were
however, popular "corn shows" Rented 7 days a week
Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days
put a premium on better looking Live Bait-Launching Ramp
corn. A grand champion ear of State&,Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Fishing Tackle
corn might sell for $150. One 10 mi. N. Flagler Beach on AlA JI

farmer tried to dupe a corn show Colonial Service. StationEARL I j

Saves urs of tedious hand-work judge by inserting .a metal rod E.:RICE., ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION BOAT SHOP
r in the center of a cob to makeit .
Largest and Most Complete
The handiest piec&ofequipment heavier. MOTOR TUNE-UP
in your yard I ICiv The influence of the corn GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Stock of Boats, Motors

your lawn thot "mantairtd show is still felt today. Certain u.So HIWAY 1 BUNNELL Marine Supplies the Area

look ?the easy way witha hybrid developers strive to.de St. Augustine-Ph. VA 9.2764
Trimmer Edger, mad
velop good looking ears at the
.,. by the makers of famous Snap Hall's Atlantic StationJack CLEANERS
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I' Benjamin 'Franklin was the IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND
} ,HomemadeSoups; ,AMERICANA Cftles To See I FOR KLAGLKR,COUNT .tb'LUH-
first postmaster of the United I IDA CHANCERY NO.' 3941

States. THOMAS DIAMOND and wife
j t (By ,Alice) Cromartie), Huntington West Virginia HAREKLJA' DIAMOND.

"t;,;, : The art of making good soupis' I I Plaintiff.
,simple but; The
;"" Notice is hereby given that .the"East and wife. KALLY ANGELAKOS, .
, .;", long list of ingredients in recipes Flagler Mosquito Control District Defendants.
of Flagler County Flag- NOTICE DV PUBLICATION IN
'is often discouraging, but the I ler Beach Florida, will acceptIealed MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE"'
:: comments of your family will be' bids at the office located Beachon SUIT TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE
, seven miles north of Flagler STATE OF FLORIOA
,.'. / most rewarding, and soup- Highway AlA up until 7:00 o'- TO: NICHOLAS. ANGELAKOS.
clock P.Yo on Tuesday April .7, and wife. KALLY ANGE
.-. making isn't, at all _time-con 1959, 'or postmarked prior to'this LAKOS, 500 Union St* Brunswick -
'. suming. While it bubbles time for furnishing twelve thousand Georgia
(12,000) gallons of No. 2 Fuel You. NICHOLAS: T. ANGELAKOS
-r you have time for other jobs' or I and wife KALLY ANGELAKOS. are
; Oil.Fuel Oil to be delivered to the hereby notified that an amendedbill
.activities. \01 *: I District's storage tank In Flagler of Complaint to .foreclose.

Soups are-one ol.the most:nutritious Beach, Florida, in quantities suit certain chattel mortgage and cancel -
of storage a lease and
able for the capacity option to purchaseon
:-, and inexpensive foods"to c- $ -F--- : 4 facilities, approximately 6500 gal- the following described property.
rtf", serve. The wide range, of kinds lons.Bids will be opened and read at Lot 9 and the NW% of Lot 10.

;:'," extends from clear soup, ,through office.7:30 P.}Ol. on April 7, 1959 at the I I ler Block County 17%. Town Florida-together of Bunnell. Flag-with

,fJ. many variations of consistency, s The successful bldd'er will be notified all the tenements, hereditamentsand

Y/. following the District's tabu- appurtenanCea thereto apper-
color and ingredients.
;o heavy lation of bids. taining.The .
varieties which contain enough The District reserves the rightto business known as the Dixl-
reject any and all bids and ana Grill together with all of the
.nourishment to be a meal in waive, any Informalities in bidding. kitchen and dining room furnitureand
,themselves. EAST FLAGLER MOSQUITO fixtures of every kind and
CONTROL DISTRICTBy character used in the operation of
< Fresh vegetables added to Lyman L. Gage. Secretary said restaurant business now con-
tT March 5-12-U-3tc tained In building situated on Lot
soup stock of brisket; 9, and the NW% of Lot 10 of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Block 17%, Town of Bunnell. Flag
: shinbone or soup meat and bone : FLORIDA. SEVENTH JUDICIAL ler County Florida, together with

will make an inexpensive main CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR FLAGLER the good will and all occupational
,', COUNTY. IN CHANCERY licensee. List of major equipment
dish. Soups are wonderful in MARGARET C. THOMPSON, mortgaged hereby < Is attached
.. Plaintiff hereto, and by reference Included
lunch. Fill small
a packed a
vs.OMA herein. (Equipment listed given below -
thermos with hot soup. Your M. THOMPSON.Defendant. ) ,
I I 2 Deep Freeze
I lunch-taker will welcome the NOTICE TO DEPEND 1 Reach in Box
\ THE STATE 'OF FLORIDA. TO: 1 small gas range
in the
: .' change menu.' OMA M. THOMPSON.. 1 Gas Deep Fryer '
,"c?:-,i Leftover meats and bones ResidenceUnknownIt .1 Small Steam Table
Is ordered that you file your 1 Upright Ice box
: : make go d'ioupstOcK. Add left Huntington, West Virginia, situated In the heart of the..Central Answer, if any on or before March 1 Working table ,

'., ,over vegetables and a cereal Ohio Valley, is,the metropolis of the industrial trl-state region formed Clerk 16th of 1959 the' at Circuit the Court Office at of Bun the 1 tached.6-eye range with grill at

_ such as rice or ,noodles or potatoes by the meeting of the boundaries of Ohio, Kentucky and West Vir- nell Florida, and serve copy 1 Slice (E) ,Machine

ginia. A city, of some 82,400 population, Huntington lies for the moat'part thereof on Plaintiffs Attorney Working, Table
to, make a tasty soup. An eleven-mile whose name and address appear 1 Toaster (Double)
The secret behind successful along broad lowlands bordering the Ohio River. hereon, to the Bill' of Complaint 2 Fans (Elec)
long floodwall protects the city, its residences and industries fromhigh flied against you in the above entitled Misc. Kitchen Utensils
soup lies in making a delicious, water. cause, the same being a. suit 10 Tables
1 Counter
for Divorce. W/7 stools
.; well seasoned stock before 'adding WITNESS hand and seal of 1 Pie Case I
vegetable. of The area surrounding Huntington with 45 gates and 17 pumping stations said Court; this 10th day of February 1 Adding Machine
r r any Any type
: is rich in solid liquid and The flood wall protects the A.. D. 1959. 1 Typewriter
stock .made of beef RALPH E. HARBERT Misc. dishes, glasses & silver
: poultry or .
gaseous fuel, limestone, brines, city to a stage three feet above Clerk Circuit Court. Z. high chairs -
,. ham bones serves well. A favor clay sand, gravel.and hardwodd I the highest recorded leveL Dams Flagler County. FloridaP. 1 Dish, Washer Sink .

r rite with guests ,and family is timber. Over' 150,000,000 tons of and reservoirs completed since 113. B.North HUFF.Fourth, Street. 37 1 Can Chairs Opener

: a .hearty soup made on beef coal are mined annually in West 1937 on the Ohio and its tributaries PalatkaFlorida.. 1 Drink (reach in) box

r I Virginia and the finest coals in above' Huntington reduce Attorney for .Plaintiff.Feb. 1 Cash Register National
stock. The recipe. is given be- 12-19-26 & March 5-4tc 1 Ice Tea Jug
I t. --ow the United States, having both the high level'of the, river during _-:0.-: 1 Air Conditioner
' : ;''hIh'and'ow volatility, are avail flood periods.Huntington's. ,IN THE 'CIRCUIT COURT OF .India Statues (Wall plaques)
: 'Vegetable, Soup FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN has been filed against you and you
able. recreational center CHANCERY NO 3045 are are required to serve a
t copy
:Bones left from rib roast or Huntington isVan ideal'distribution Is Memorial Field House, ESSIE L KELLEY' of your Answer or Pleadings to the

( 'a i ik3. ,(along with .drippings) point for raw'materials and which seats 8.000 to' 8,000. The v. Plaintiff Amended plaintiffs Bill attorney of Complaint H. T. on Cook the

h' "Water, salt, fresh ground pep manufactured products, u.well 20,000 square feet of floor apace SAM S. KELLEY; Citizens BankBuilding, Bunnell,

t as the trading.center,for a' three- can'accommodate indoor baseball, Defendant Florida and file the original An-
per. NOTICE TO DEFEND swer or Pleadings in the office of
1 No. 2.can (2.cupstomatoes. state; 13c0uDt7'area..' eight volleyball courts, four badminton THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
!The eleven-mUe floodwall protecting and three basketball Sam S. Kelley r- before the let day o* April.
7; % cup green lima beans is cants Address Unknown 1959. If. you. fail to do so, judg-
equipped that ment by default
; You are< hereby notified a will be taken
(frozen or fresh canned) -- -- -- suit has been filed against you in against you for the relief demanded

f. 1 .large ,carrot, peeled and the above entitled cause; and you in the Amended Bill of Complaint.
v This notice shall
a_< sliced. 1. Place bones- from roast or The width of the United States are answer hereby with required the Clerk to file of your this each week for four be publishedonce consecu-

% cup diced celery. steak in large sauce pan. Add ships is'determined by the Pan- Court, and to serve a copy thereof tive veeks In The Flakier Tribune.
upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney DONE AND ORDERED at Bun
1 medium onion chopped. drippings left over from cooking ama Canal, and the length by whose name and addressis nell, Florida this 23rd day of Feb
: ,,
ruary. A. D. 1959.
. ,
% cup green ,beans (frozen roast or steaks (or'2 ,tablespoonsof the Brooklyn Bridge.IN Donald E. Buck RALPH E. HARBERT
Exchange Bank BuildingSt. Clerk of the Circuit Court
fresh French: cut"or 'canned),, soy Augustine. Floridanot Flagler County Florida
% cup cut okra, (frozen or 2. Cook with water about 4 THE COUBT OP THE COUNTY later than March 27th A. D. (Circuit Court Seal)
fresh. cups), Put a tight lid on saucepan IN PRUUATK. If you fail to do so, decree pro Deputy Clerk.
'IN Re: Estate of eonfesso will be entered againstyou H. T. COOK '
:L' % cup finely chopped cabbage. and bring to a boil. Reduce SALL.lt ANN GERHARD for the relief demanded in the Citizens Bank Building.

heat. and simmer several hours. Deceased. hill.,of. complaint; -The nature of Bunnell, Florida
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL said suit being for divorce. Attorney for Plaintiff
3. Remove bones. Season stock PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS'" OJ&. DE-' I, _WITNESS my, hand _and seal .of Feb. 26 & March 5.1-19-4tc
with and salt to taste. MANDS! AGAINST SAID ESTATES said Court this 18th day, of Febu- TILE
pepper You and each of you are hereby ary A.' D.' 1959. CIRCUIT COURT, OF
Add tomatoes. Heat to boiling notified and required to presentany (Official, Seal) FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA IN
claims and demands which you RALPH E. HARBERT. CHANCERY NO. 3563
and then simmer 30 to 40 min or either of you may have againstthe Clerk of said Circuit, Court ANN KAMINSKI,
utes. estate of Sallie Ann Gerhard, Feb. 26 & Mar, 5-12-19-4te Plaintiff
F.EEtIi' t deceased late of Los Angeles ...
4. Add lima :beans, carrots, County. State of California, to the IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF STEVEN JAMES KAMINSKI,
County Judge of Flagler County. FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA IN Defendant.
celery and onions. Continue to Florida at his office in the court CHANCERY NO. 3652 NOTICE TO DEFEND

simmer 15 to 20 minutes. house of said County at Bunnell. HELEN W. HAYES.Plaintiff THE TATE, OF FLORIDA. TO: '
Florida within eight calendar Steven James Kaminski
5. Add lastly the green beans months from the time of the first .' Willow Place
r publication of this notice. Each ASTOR w. HAYES; Mount Vernon, New York
okra and cabbage. Cook' 10 min claim or demand shall be hi1' writIng Defendant. You are hereby notified that a
"O'0'DU. utes. and shall state the place of NOTICE TO DEFEND suit has been filed against you In
residence and post office..,address THE .STATE OF FLORIDA TO: the .above entitled 'cause; and you
6. Soup' is ready to serve, or of the claimant and shall be swornto Astor W. Hayes are hereby required to file your
bye the claimant his agent, or -Address Unknown answer with the Clerk of this
may be cooled and refrigerateduntil attorney and any such claim or You are hereby notified that a Court.and to serve a copy thereof
following day. demand not so filed shall be void. suit has been filed against you In upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney -
t' ROBERT B. PURCELL the above entitled cause; and you whose name and address
. 7. For freezing soups cut cooking As administrator of the Estate are hereby required to file your Is: .
,Try this tonic-:.an of Sallie Ann Gerhard. answer with the Clerk .of ,this Ray Selden
out-of-town phone call tot time in step 4 to 10-minutes Deceased. Court and to serve a copy thereof Selden Building
and in step 5 to 5 minutes.! Cool First-publication March Sth. 1959. upon the-plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Daytona. Beach Floridanot
'. : you-know-who.It works March &-11964tcIN whose name and address later than March 27 A. D. 1959.
\ And stationtostationrates and package soup in plastic con- j--! ,- -*_ Is: If you fall to do so decree pro
THE CIRCUIT CQCRT.. SEVENTH Samuel_V. Holch confess will be entered againstyou
. are so low! tainers or glass jars. Be care- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Highway 17 for the relief demanded in the
':. ful to leave 1 Inch head space.: THE STATE OF FLORIDA. AND P. O. Box 471 bill of .complaint. The nature of
FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. IN East Palatka. Florida' said suit being for divorce and cus-
8. To serve ,frozen soup, let CHANCERY NO. not later than March 28th. A. D.. tody or minor children. _
HUGO v. GODDARD; 1959. WITNESS my hand and seal of
thawn container about
( 2 hoursat
'Call Plaintiff If fall to do decree said Court
k Long you so. pro this 24th day of Febru-
room temperature) and then vs. confesso will be entered againstyou I I ary A. .D. 1959.
ALBERTA GODDARD. for the relief demanded in the (Official, Seal)
heat, but do 'hot boil. Defendant. bill of complaint. The nature of RALPH E. HARBERT
Distance: NOTICEIN said suit being for Divorce. Clerk of said Circuit Court
T THE NAME OF THE STATEOF WITNESS my hand and seal of Feb. 26 ,& Mar. 5.12.19-4te
To protect the life of the pres. FLORIDA: said 'Court this 24th day of Febu- -
/ft TwJce as Fast ident and to supress couterfeiters address and place of residence Is: (,Official Seal PLACLKR COUNTY FLORIDA* IN
. are the two duties of Unlonville. Ontario Canada in care RALPH E. HARBERT CHANCERY NO. 3539
to Call by Numb** statutory of Carrie Sellers. Clerk of- said Circuit Court FRANCES,
the U. s.' Secret Service. YOU ARE HEREBY' NOTIFIEDthat Feb. 6i .& Mar 5-U-lt-ttc JACKSON.Plaintiff,
a Bill of Complaint has been -- vs.
filed against you in the Circuit HERBERT JACKSON. JRDefendant...
, Court of the'Seventh Judicial Circuit .
of Florida. In and for Flagler rtunrA17NNELL. NOTICE TO DEFEND
County,' In by HUGO V. I ll1glfr c THE
; FOR ALL-HOURS-DAY OR.NIGHT GODDARD. The nature of this suit Herbert Jackson. Jr.
Is a Bill for Divorce. You are FLORIDAMRS. 80 Penwood Drive .'
hereby required to file', personallyor Trenton. New Jersey
I by attorney with the Clerk of ,1 I You are hereby notified that a .
said Court your written defenses. suit has been filed against you in,
AMBULANCE If any you have, to,said Complaint ., M. B. FULLER. Editor the above entitled cause; and you
and to serve 'same upon the under- are hereby required to file your answer -
. : signed attorney for. Plaintiff .on' or with the. Clerk of this Court.
:: ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA before the 20th day of March; A. D. De.Ipatei Otteial Fabliau.. and to serve a copy thereof upon

'-l:. __ _. ,_ 1959.GILLESPIE to-wit: AND GILLESPIE f.. labile 1I. .*' Flasks the whose plaintiff name or and nlaintlffs address Is attorney: ,

Herer be hesitant about eedllag o 'GcBda, Amhulrmm. We Attorneys at Law. Cmutty. .MmmMfmUttem+ tkevetsi W. Cecil Grant '
Bank of New Smyrna Building 407% Main Street
oaf cdway at your service with prompt&eesv safety end New Smyrna Beach. Florida. ..4 tfee State .f. FIrUa Daytona Beach. Florida
THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE Is .. w ? not: later than March 18th A.D..
k ,F- hereby designated the'newspaper ''Ust'

: -.' .,... .. in which this Notice shall be pub- Eateted. .. ,.eeed elM matte If you fall to do *o. decree pro
lished once week for four consecutive confesso will be
a entered
.Equipped.With' Oxygen' .italor ami Inhalator weeks. : ? r' .P'ebR.ary.f.111=.a'tb. ........ -yoU for the relief demanded In the'
WITNESS ,mr- han4"and, ,official. -;: ** / f d.; i bill; complalnt. The nature of
,. seal In BUnnell Flagler County. at BwW.tt/Fl. .HjiMarch ia Jet' said suit being for Divorce and
Gardia' Home
Funeral Florida, this 9th day of February 1M& custody of minor child
S. -
:t' \ -... -. -' A. D. 1959.. seal of
RALPH E. HARBERT said tSthis 6thnday of Febru-
Licensed Funeral Director
E. '
: Clerk Circuit Court aryA.. D. 1959.RALPH .
: i GILLESPIE AND GILLESPIE One ,year ..... ,1.10moDt E. HARBERTOmclSeSekalf
LABT By W. M. Glllesple et '1.H said Clrcult- Court
t- .. ... .. ... ; .. i Attorney fort Plaintiffx '. ;.-J-, '''''', : '. ,(
: ... .. .. .. .: Feb., 12-19-26: ,& March 5-4tc 7k Feb. U19JrIarch 5-4tc '

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.- RAYMOND, WAYNE JOHNSTON Mr. and Mrs.,Andrew Zalewski ..

Mr. and Mrs. Danny Johnstonof had as their house' guests last

Bimini are the parents of, a i week'Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gorny TVBob

son born at the Halifax Hospital i of Detroit; Michigan." Mr. Gorny

.I I in Daytona'Beach February :is a cousin of, Mrs. Zalewski's I
. I
LOCALS 25. He weighed nine poundsI .and she had not seen him in. SERVICEall
1 u. I I eight ounces and has been given thirty-one ye rs.

I the name of Raymond Wayne. makes

I. ;. Judge and Mrs. Duane 'Deen .
Daniels-Zeller wig hat. Her flowers was a I II were in Jacksonville last weekattending Sales, Tubes and

of pink carnations.Mrs. HEATHER LOUISE CAULEY
Antenna Installation
Wedding VowsExchanged : the midwinter Judge'sConvention
Robertson, grandmotherof I Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Cauley :
which held at
the bride, was attired In'a announce the arrival of a was PHONE HE 9-2204
the Roosevelt' Hotel there.
Catholic Church
St. Stephen's blue lace dress and wore a blue daughter on ,February 16 in New .
at' four o'clock. Continued on Page 6)
was the seting hat and a corsage of pink carnations York. She weighed 6% pounds

Wednesday afternon, February i and has been given the name r .

twenty-fifth, for the wedding of Mrs. Zeller, grandmother of Heather Louise. ,

Miss Serena Marsha Daniels: to the bridegroom, was attired in a She is' the grand daughter of igliningBulldozing ''FOR
Donald Zeller. Father '
Mr. Edward pink crepe ,dress and wore a Mr. and Mrs. Don Tiffany of SHELL FILL & SAND
Smith officiated in
Vincent pink hat with white accessor- Levittown, N.Y., and Mr. and

the double ring ceremony. ies. Her flowers was a corsageof Mrs. J.W. Cauley of Bunnell. I DIRT CONTRACTSCALL
Parents of the bride are Mrs.
pink carnations., !
H.O. Smedley, Jones, Alabama, Following the ceremony Mr. Land Clearing

Daniels, ,
and Percy M. Wadley and Mrs. O. D. Robertson entertained -

Georgia. She is the grand the wedding party and I this EMIL MISSINNE.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. guests at a reception held at the week's A Grading
The bride- Phone HE 9.2094
Robertson, home of Mr. and Mrs. John F. patterns... P. A. EDMONSON

groom is the .son of M/Sgt. and Jones, 107 North Orange Street. wiTAI DUYLANEL41 FLAGLER BEACH
Mrs. Edward,S. Zeller, Honolulu Phone. IDIewood 7-3376
The brides table was covered .
Hawaii, and the grand son of with a white lace cloth and the
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Zeller, Bun-
center piece was an arrange-

nell. ment of white mums and stock
Baskets of white; gladiola, incircled with white tapers. The TO THE CITIZENS OF BUNNELL

statice and greenery formed the white embossed cake
four tiered
.setting for the ceremony. The Appreciation is expressed for the vote and
was placed in a circle of orange
organist, Mrs: Claude Barow, blossoms.In I support given me during the City Election. The ..
0Q reQ
gave a program of nuptial music the receiving line with the confidence you expressed makes me even more

and the traditional wedding bride and groom were Mr. and 30q humble in my desire to serve the citizens of Bunnell.

marches were used. Mrs. H. 0.. Smedley, ,Mr. and With continued interest and
best Paul 1462' o. 1 1t2K your support we may
Serving as man was Q
Zeller and Miss Gies.
Mrs. Henry e < 0 look forward to term of harmonious and
White. Ushers were Richard -2e a con-
Greeting the guests at the door I IL I
" and structive Government.
Mercer, Johnny Lynn. City
were Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Robert I.o
The bride had as her.only at- .
son. Assisting them in caring JOHN A. (Jack) CLEGG
Miss Barbara Gies who 0
for the guests were Mrs. Cordell 4 e T. .
; Q
served as maid of honor. She
Robertson, Mrs. Lloyd Robertson,
wore a street length ,dress of
and Mrs. John F. Jones. :
blue taffeta with-lace insertionsat '

the waist, and a full skirt. cake Miss and Beverly Mrs. Gales Emery Cone cut pre-the Q e.c I I IHSHE-Stay Insured & ResgAssarei

She carted a bouquet of pink sided at the punch bowl.. Miss a O.Q p. o W.

rose buds. Mary Jo Daugherty kept the 0'0. r 4fn GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
The bride, given in, manage brides book. -
by her grandfather, selected for T
Out of town guests included: o
her wedding a waltz length t : rwr H. T. COOK )\.4Citizens
I I Mr. R. L. Smedley, Jones, Alabama AGENCY?
of moire faille fashioned
gown ,
; Mr.. Arthur Mercer, Bax- _. -r. -
along princess lines'with a but ley- Georgia; Mrs. Will Hall t Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida I
terfly bow in back. Her elbow
Pikesville, N. C; Mr.: .
length veil attracted to
was a Gales ,Cone, Holly Hill; Mr. and
half hat of ribbon outlined with
Mrs. Hanson Wood and family,
pearls. Her bridal bouquet was
Daytona Beach; Mrs. Rosie Zan-
f made of white rose buds.
owitcz, Daytona Beach.' BRANNAM'SFood
t. Mrs. Smedley chose for her ;
Mr. and Mrs. Zeller are resid "
daughters wedding a rose boucle
. ing at 201 South Forsythe Street.
dress with draped bodice. With
this 'she wore a rose flowered MarketYour

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? < Red & White Store

GENERALELECTRIC.; Dress Pattern Ho. 1462-AN offrocffr
thlrtwaitt drest thai button neck to him. !
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. ; Malzone-Lonngren, Mrs. Lily Creal had as her Geographic Magazine says. A I I

: Announcement house guests during the past spot near Lebanon, Kansas, BUNNELL
,h, ) weekend Mr. and Mrs. Sidney still marks the theoretical balance 4 LODGE No. 200
Of Interest''' to their friendsis Smith of Hodgeville, Kentucky. point of the 48 contagious F. & A. JI.
';- ,(Continued'from 5) the announcement of the mar-
page States; a place near Devils Lake, Meets First and 'Thud Tuesday
: I riage of Mrs. Angeline Malzone Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith North Dakota, that of the entire
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Dean M. Peterson'V.. M.
Pittsburg, Pa., to Mr. Bert R. and sons, Sam and Ray, motored :- North American continent
Celebrate Golden Lonngreen on March, 2nd, 1959. to Gainesville Sunday for a i JOHN A. CLEGG. Secy.
Wedding Anniversary The ceremony was performed in visit with their son in law and __
the county, Judge's office on Mon- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim! '-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook held day afternoon with Judge,DuaneA. I I
Wilson Jr. They returned by
house from seven to ten Deen II I Opportunity for man or woman $350-400 per month work-
open officiating. Lake City where Mr. Smith remained Ing in spare time servicing and collecting cigarette vending machine
Sunday evening at their' home, Their 'only.attendants were route.
at the 'Veterans Hospital Experience 'not but
necessary must have the following qualifications:
North Railroad Street, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. Jonesof 1) Automobile
" :Mrs. Cook's parents,' Mr. and Flagler ',Beach. for several, days. 3)t) References 10-12 hours per week available time.

Mrs. Bruce Johnson. The 'occasion Mr. and Mrs., 4) 600-$2100 minimum Investment secured by merchandise
Lonngreen are CARD OF THANES I inventory.
was in celebration of, the residing their,home-on' North ,:May we take this method of Please do not apply unless able to meet above requirements and able
Johnsons Golden Wedding an- to. start work Immediately. Write Box 13301. New Orleans (25), La.
Lehigh Street in the Harber expressing to,our kind neighbors I I!
niversary. Subdivision Flagler Beach, Flor- thoughtful- friends our heartfelt iI i I _
Gold colored mums were featured ida. Mr. Lonngreen is employed thanks for their expressions j I
in the decorations and the I i, .
with the Lehigh Portland of sympathy. i
' refreshment table was in the Cement Company there. I: FOR
For the beautiful floral offerings j
traditional gold and white. Mrs.
and many other kindnesseswe i!
Prompt Dependable Courteous
Cook served ,the cake and her
are deeply grateful.The .
sister, Mrs. Fred Lange, presidedat Mr. and Mrs. Amil Johnson' I
the punchbowl.. Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Stanish Family. I HI-THERM GAS SERVICESEE

Out of town guests during the ence Scheer of Clinton Iowa,

. evening were Mr. and Mrs. Amil arrived here' last week for a KANSAS CONTIUNES TO ,
Johnson, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. visit of, two:weeks,with Mr. and HOLD BALANCE
' Clarence Scheer, Clinton, Iowa; Mrs. Bruce: Johnson and Mr. and With Alaska's admission to HARRIS APPLIANCESPhone

Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Lange, St Mrs. Robert Cook,.and family: statehood, a bleak plain below I ID 7-3551 Bunnell

f: Augustine; ,Mrs. Fred Lange Sr., I Two Top Peak in western South I I
of Chicago; Mr., and Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs., R., :D. Moore, of : Dakota;is the United States' new Countywide Delivery Service
Vanderbent; St. Augustine; i McGraw, N.Y.,' 'are spending geographic center, the National GAS CYLINDERS GAS APPLIANCES

'" and Mr. and Mrs. William- some time here visiting with .
"; Uaughton, of Palatka. their: son.In law and daughter, 1 J
" Mr. Amil Johnson is a brother Mr. and Mrs. Danny Johnston:

of' Mr. Johnson and Mrs. Scheer Bimini,'and also, their daughterMrs. City of, Biiiell il r CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
i is a sister of Mrs. Johnson. Leo:Libby of Flagler Beach.
Also visiting with the Johnston be receiving applications I
" H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
f Mrs. Margaret Wilson is leavIng and Libby families are Mr. fora i I It
Friday to join her husband and Mrs. C. L. Waldman of McGraw JOHN HARDIN. Associate

t' in Massachusetts. ; N. Y. They' are uncle Night Pitrilnai AIR OXYGEN
and aunt of Mrs. Johnston and LADY
Mrs. Libby. They accompaniedthe ATTENDANT ,
: CLASSIFIED Moores here and have also AMBULANCES
'I. enjoyed a trip down state,' and March 16, 19.$9
ID 7.3532
returned for a visit here before Phone
ADS returning to McGraw. 'f 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUN, ? ELL. FLORIDA .

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a eeata wed .*eh la..ttlaa.
i. BO Beats per U ..i.iii oa. ekarce !! ',. .
DOORS FOR SALE-5' outside I
hard wood doors with locks and ,
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hinges. Five screen ''doors with"I '."!" ...., -.<1.-_ '
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hinges. Reasonable. Clar El

Motel U. S. Highway 1 Bunnell. .' "
. Florida. 3-5-ItpTOUND

, -Two dogs, one tan
: hound, and one tan: black and "sSrpp '
;- white hound. 'Owner contact ..

f' Mrs. George Jarosz Highway"11,
" v Phone ID 73410.: Mar 5-ltc %
Y ,
f SHARE HOME-Widow would

!, like to share home with couple "
r or lady: Private bedroom with I\

kitchen privileges. Real home .
for the right party.: No children f : flu

and no pets. Mrs. Shea, Phone

.. ID 73739. 3.5.ltc
FOR SALE-Okra'Seed. IDlewood

4 73664. 2-26-tfc

F, '
FOR RENT -3 room furnished /

, apartment. Inquire upstairs in )

; Idelson Building. 2-19-tfc,

:FOB RENT-Space in.. Idelson
: Building. Was occupied by beauty -
i shop for 20 years. Inquire

r at Sam's Bargain House or write

; M. Idelson, Leesburg Fla.
;:. 2-19-tfc -

(, Income Tax Consultant

;,', '1 mile1 west of Bunnell
Highway 100.

t Phone, ID 7-3307 1-1-tfc. Impala Sport Coupe-like every Chevy-Jua Safety Plate Glass all around
. FOR SALE-2 bedroom CBS

home in Hillcrest, Flagler Beach. Chevy stops quickest.goes farthest on a gallon '

Large ,lot and large garage, vacant -
: Call H. F. Lerch, HEmlock '
92395. '12-4-tf Chevy showed the best brakes of,the Here's a car that knows how to get ability its new brakes(withmore "' :r

leading low-priced three in a test of the most,out of a gallon-'And it's the ing area than otherlow-priced car). .. ,
FOR RENT-At ,Flagler Beach repeated stops highway speeds eononly car, in its .field to, bring you But why,not stop by your dealer's and { ;
:: 3 bedroom unfurnished house. ducted and, certified by, NASCAR. hydraulic valve lifters in all popular let Chevy do its own sweet talking! .< s 1" ,
I. See Harold Massie .at Flagler Chevy also won over the other two in .engines-6 and V8. This means ;," ,

Beach. 11.2'(-tf f a NASCAR economy'run-with,the smoother, quieter performance for you. Ei CHEVROLET ":.:- .

_- highest gas mileage for 6's and V8's at There are many other advances just J :: p.-,
cruising speeds of just over 55 miles as fundamental the efficiency of >. -, T -;
t JOHNSTOFSFLAGLER an hour. Chevrolet's.engines,and the depend- ma flntarck. iMt 1- B'* c"ta'""IeSZr i, } ,:

LOTS, ''HOMES, OCEAN '"FRONT, : I : see your'local authorized Chevrolet( dealer.for'quick appraisal-early delivery! ,. ,,;i0- ": '

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f Office Phone HE 9.2032 ;, .'
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