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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 17, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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t;, VOLUME 47; NO. 49 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DEC. 17, 1959 $2.50 A YEAR r

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:'::' 'UNlTED'WESTANDDIVIDEDWE'FALL'(By M. .B. Fuller) Bnsiuessmen's Parade- <. -1 1I


For too many years too many residents of Flagler County .

(, have had".an attitude of "everyone for himself and to heck with ,

everyone else." As a consequence have 'little civic pride, Is Successful .

t': little home-towri'loyalty, and little, if' any,' regard for the success I Saturday .

or failure of persons or institutions of our community: -

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I And another quotation applies to us: "If we do not hang -- -

together, most, assuredly we will hang separately." That wise CHRISTMAS J I Although the weather was .-<;
; Joseph Proved I threatening (in fact it rained) '.d
;... statement'should be taken to heart by us all in everything concerning STOCKINGSWe I I the Christmas Parade put on <'.
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:F. the welfare of our county. To pull ,apart is destructive; by the Bunnell Businessmen's
cannot be definitely sure
;. pulling, together is constructive. Simple, isn't it? Just think His Great Love how the custom of hanging Association was gratifying to

',; what the results would be if there were no cooperative effort stockings at Christmas .began spectators and business places. ,

:, in our homes, schools, and churches. I but almost certainly it The Idlewood' Club won first .
;;; For All Time is associated with St. Nicho< prize in the float division. Second
Y: What I am, trying to say is, we should, in every instance, [ last. r prize went to the Flagler .

possible, support each other, our institutions, our businesses, In the long history of human- According to one story St. I I Woman's Club,. and third to the ,

and every effort by any person or group of persons who are ity there have been many love Nicholas dropped some 'local post of Veterans of Foreign

now or may in the future be working to make our. community stories. The literature of the money down the chimney of Wars. Withoutdetracting' from
the
world is full of but noblemanand appearance of all other
them. But
,none a poor proud
?. and our county a more prosperous, progressive, and pleasant floats, it goes without saying the
approach that of Joseph and the money ,fell into
; : place to live ourselves and for others. Mary! stockings that had been float of the Businessmen's As-

'-;; When Joseph and Mary were hung by the fire to dry. sociation was the outstanding _

:2 would Other writers credit the one, ,depicting Santa Claus' :
espoused-as we say en : I
Short Term of Gifts To Be, \ gaged-Joseph was consideredan custom of hanging stockingsto Workshop. Of course it won no f-,
prize because all floats entered
old man and Mary a young the fact that the Hollanders

c Circuit CourtThe Given AwaySaturday : I I girl.He was' even thought of as horse blieved on Nicholas his gift-giving rodea were by members prohibited of from the 'association taking any

being older than he actually trips and, accordingly they prize.
',S fall term of circuit court I Whoever was responsible for
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I was, because Joseph was a sedate would put out their wooden
of the Seventh Judicial Circuit I careful man who enjoyed shoes filled with' carrots or the float is to be congratulated
: opened here Monday morning The drawing' for 'gifts given because it is obvious a great
the conversation and companionship -I I I other treats for the horse
with Judge Geo. Wm. Jackson by the, Bunnell Businessmen's I I of a group of selected hours of work and considerable -

. \ presiding. Association. will be held this money was spent to create it. \
,'. friends rather than boisterous
afternoon at 2:30. The I I I i In the decorated division
With no cases on the docket, Saturday pleasure. And he was a relig- bicycle -
,the court recessed'after about a drawing will take place in the ious man, too. > Bunnell O. K.S.I in which a large numberof
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I 4 30-minute' session. parking area of the block between He was very much in" love children ''entered, a' $5 prize
t: A date will be set later for'I Moody Blvd. and Lambert I+I with Mary and he longed for To Honor Past went to Jane Robertson for girls,

:. hearing in several civil cases I Ave. \vedding day. And then Mary I and 'a, like $5 prize to Gordon
'" which have been continued fork I There will be, it was stated,I I told him what had come 'toy Matrons, Patrons Worley for boys

some, time,and are scheduled to about.$750 worth of gifts awarded The parade was. a part of the .
: I pass. A* I I., The Bunnell Chapter of the .
before thU tent'of'court..'' 'brthe'businessmen.* Tickets I y Businessmen Association at-
'JIoocome *
.. I Here. is where, the great love obIs
Order of
"' Eastern Star will
;,6.y AT t. kti' for the 'mar.be secured} to
," drawing I I Joseph had for Mary was I I' tempt work together in the Interest
proven rve Past .Matron and Past Patron I
from any merchant displayingthe of the community as a .
i to all '
; mankind. all
time.
.. Carols Traditional .' sign in.their stores.- I What was he to think? Such I December Night 22 on, Tuesday Matron''night,I whole. Their first promotion is
One does not have to buy any- Worthy an indication of the possibilitiesfor
f On Beacon Hill thing,:or even register, to secure wanted things just didn't happen. He I Agnes Yelvington said today. more events and projects.
desperately to_ believe I I
All members are urged to at- %
tickets but you do have to be ''
\ Christmas has not always but at first he could not. He'only tend this
Mrs.
: meeting, Yelving.I -
present at the drawing to win,
!k been a "legal" holiday in this I it was pointed out. knew that' he; would never j i i I ton said. There will also be a Lions Pancake

f country. In 1659, the .general This is a feature'of'the Christ- make a public example of her. social, hour following the meet
court of Massachusetts Bay Colony And even this would mean much ing.CITY'.
f mas parade and shop at, home Breakfast Was
passed this resolution: j criticism of him.
L i iBusinessmen's v
event sponsored by the Bunnell j I
r: -- "Whosoever shall be found observing : Yet he was determined that '
E any such day as Christmas Association. And jhe I would protect 'Mary and 'the OFFICES CLOSE Fund Raiser
the items to be awarded to win-;j ,
l or the like, either by fore- r I I unborn child. He must have FOR CHRISTMASThe
ning numbers are donated by
t. bearing labor, feasting, or any [ suffered great mental anguish At their meeting Monday noon
the businessmen. city offices in the civic
other way, as'a festival, shall t as he thought about what he the Bunnell Lions Club reporteda
be fined five shillings." I I must do and how he would accomplish i center building will be closed total of $77 cleared on their
. / December 24, 25, and 26 for the
The first "legal" observance in it. And he prayed! : "pancake sale" Saturday morn-
this country is believed to have I TRIBUNE FORCE Then one night, ,after he had I Christmas holiday, an advertisement ing in front, of the courthouse.The .

+;. taken place in Boston in 1686, OFF CHRISTMASThe exhausted, himself with tortured in this. issue of The. Trim money will be used by the
t" when Governor Andros conducted I Tribune force will take thinking, he fell asleep and the j|I: bune advises the public. club to buy a glass eye for Billy
:. services in the town hall. off for the Christmas holiday angel of the Lord appeared unto The offices will be open again Tucker and on other projects of

And it was still many years later I Wednesday through Sunday. him in a dream, saying,!I on business.Monday, December 28 for'I. their eye conservation program.

in 1856, that the State of Today (Thursday) is the.dead Joseph thou son of David, fear i The sale was judged a grand
x Massachusetts officially passed I line for selecting your Christmas not to take unto thee 'Mary thy' I success in every way and the

laws which permitted the observance Greeting ads.They must be in wife: for that which is' conceived 'I I LARGE VOLUNTEER i,club voted to hold "on the street

, of Christmas. lour forms Tuesday: morning. in her is of- the ,Holy SWEET POTATO pancake sales" twice a year.
I II
l. Ghost. I Proceeds from these sales will

'''" And when Joseph awoke, he I In The Tribune office this be used in ther eye, conserva-

did as the angel had bidden j week there is ''displayed a six- tion program.
TEEN-AGE SHOPPING DILEMMA
him and took Mary as his wife.I I pound ten and a half ounce Club President Leonard Mocdy ,

There has never been such 3.I I sweet potato: which-grew in the said- the club wishes to express

great display. trust, faith .and yard of the:Phodb Pellicer home. its appreciation to the -public
,' love. ? The potato grew by a rose for their patronage and to all
'.. w rsTwnR bush in the yard"and came,from club, members who worked on

.:. 1M GRIN,+q, ios.i I a volunteer vine, It was stated..:the project.

?. l1MtT tM A CRR? VPW SponsorsTurkey :--

Ilea G. '1Mtf'f FIRSIC, : I I BAPTSTS PRESENT ANNUAL
.i'">. ::fdifT R, I WIIt z; Shoot -

'pKt4.+ '" ,odr e'ryw CHRISTMAS
aua w sic tae ve CANTATA. SUNDAYThe
pu g..nwii This Saturday.1 ,. f ,
4S AnnUal Christmas Cantata will be presented lat
,, ,,,i.Mae ?t?? e Ap The- Flagler County VFW postis 1 the 'First Baptist Church, Sunday, December 20, at the 11

5- sponsoring a "turkey shoot" I :o'clock, worship hour. The: choir, under direction of Mrs.
on Saturday at the' Bunnell airport L S. Sheffield will -
I' : present the following program:
Commander Wilfred Hunter ,I, \
-THE-HERALD ANGELS SING"'Words
said today. ..
and, music by Lois Myers Emig
The shoot will get ,underwayat ,
11 o'clock that morning.Mr. Emmanuel__......___.__._Linda Harris arid Choir

S 'T Hunter said six membersof Jesus of Bethlehem ____ Wynnell Improta'and Choir '
r Sing, 0 Bethlehem, .. Margaret Clegg, Betty Jo"Revels, Choir
the
ONLY ONLY local. post attended a Lullaby __.i,...--..\_, _.. .... ._ Altos and Women's Chorus
meeting of district officers in
$79 __ 36.32WtknvuRcy Star of the East -___ Benny Black

AFRAIDTo IIW fsAua[Err FROM MwcE, I I Sanford Those from Monday.Bunnell evening. Singing Alleluia .....'_ Odell Cleg .and.Choir
Atlc MoT ,' Dnp's SoRt attending f
'- Find His Peace __ : *-. ___ Choir
Fel.rtioRa ecwst ilaSurwsoeuiwARp were: Harold Higginbotham
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+ rportss' I The Infant Jesus ,- w' Odell Clegg
Dale Brown Gene Barber Richard
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JKzs7Irww Sing for 'Joy ,..:_ ..: _--:' ,.? .:_.... -- ,- Choir- .
Palczewski, Ernest Taylor, ;
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; PAGE TWO _, ,_ : ., THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA( Thursday, Dec. -17, 1959r
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: : add more money as his needs!keeping with his age ability I,Subscribe to, .The Flagler Tribune I No matter how tough the

f'T/: ,, Ah, AllowanceFor I grow.- ,In this way, by the ,time j and/needs. It should grow with I -- 'problem, do- something-then try

he is a',a.teenager he should be:him and his needs. I YOUR CLOSEST OUTLET I again!

" Johnny .able to do a good job of money, Johnny has to learn to spendhis For Quality Furniture II

As soon as Johnny begins to I I management._ Perhaps even.;,to I money with guidance. It -We're Out of the
talk, he learns about pennies.And ,the point of selecting and should be in keeping with the Hight Rent District" Ilir 3Unglpr uJribunr

a short time a ,very short ing his own clothes. A buy'I'I family income. CHRIS'S FURNITURE ,
IUNNELL, FLORIDA
value if
.. time-later he learns what a shoes has'more 1880 Rl4 wood Are. Holly Hill ,
penny will buy.Soon it becomes, child- buys them 'for himself. FIRST LIGHTED TREE.
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nickles, dimes and maybe quarters t 'Johnny isynot born with the The first electrically lighted MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor
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and dollars. We' soon find I knowledge of how to spend jChristmas tree in this country is FOR
Designated Official Publication
we ,may be handing out a substantial I money wisely. He has to learn believed to have been the one ,Pabte '
for Notice of Flakier
: .' amount for' Johnny to So you must be patient with placed in the lobby of San Fran- i SHELL FILL & SAND County. Haalclpalltleo therein

spend. him. He will make mistakes. cisco's..Palace Hotel in 1896. It
and the State of Florida
: Should'we'give.Johnny; an allowance After all, ,how: many: of, us balance had 500: lights and attracted' DIRT CONTRACTSCALL

:;, ? our budget? 4 widespread ,attention. Entered mm second claim matter

::, There are''many things to con J 1 Another important, question: I February 8,1813,at the poatofflcc

sider before "we decide the 'answer Should Johnny be required to I THE OUTBOARDER- at Bunnell. Florida, under net of I
1 EMIL MISSINNEPhone
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'to this question. Will he I earn his allowance by doing I Authorized Evinrude DealerI March 3, 1876. '

; lose1 it? Will he spend it foolishly I, some chores? This is not easily I I DOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS HE 9-2094 -I

: :i How much should he receive 'answered. We might agree that I I Dockage Storage -' Free Ramp I One yearelx -$2.60

i,. ? What expense (if any) Johnny should do some; chores I II i WE FINANCE FLAGLER BEACH I II I I : months .$1.26 I 11 11I

should it cover? Should he earn at home. It is a part of grows 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona ,
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, it with home chores. s ing up of taking responsibility.But I ----
. Much depends on the age of I shouldn't it also be a part I

:'i a child and what his needs are.! of belonging'to the family.

J To have the responsibility for II 1 en getting paid for a job can Oft-I I AREA BUSINESS DIR.ECTORYl I

; money to cover music lessons,I most'"enter, into the r .
school lunches,. Sunday school,f bribery. Mother needs the dishes I

church savings as well as some I done; now. "0. K," says 'Johnny, AUTO 'BODY MILLAND HOTEL BAR FUEL OILKING'S
i'money for his own, would ,be' "I;ll do them for a nickel." A
."" l entirely too much for a six:year- better idea is .to do ,the workas ODELL HERSEY'S Come' And Visit TRUCK STOP

old to 'handle. However by 12 a part of the family and i I PAINT & BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIEAT PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS

., years or maybe nine or 10 years get paid sometimes for the extra Complete Collision Service THEIR NEW BAR Delivery In the County on

, ,',., he 'might be able to take 'care jobs which come along. I .24-HOUR Body WRECKER& Fender Work SERVICE "You'll .Meet Your Friends Here" Fuel 'Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel

*of all these items. It is goodto Remember if Johnny is to get I Painting Matching Free EstimatesU. FLAGLER BEACH GasolineU.

start at an early age and to, an allowance, it* should be in II Days ID. :1 7-3372-Nlte So. OF I1UNNEL.L ID 7-3267 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676
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:i 0 DAD UP THE TREE II McDANIEL'S GIFTSLUNCHESOn REED'S
, PUTS the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles
Service Station North of Flagler Pier Discount FurnitureUP
" "Keep Cool at George & Millie's" 'I TO 50
% DISCOUNT
;.- By Eunice Cassidy Hendryx STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS '
PHONE HE 9.2156
On Furniture and AppliancesNew
t Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs, I I and ,Used
; 1 PIERSON'S firs'tt' Dad had a hectic,time fitting the
GEORGE Bunnell ID 7.7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill
t' when he stepped off tree into the stand. He was sure

* the bus was "The' kids are right. Jimmy had sprung it. His patiencewas Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOIILUBRICATION WICKLINE FLOOR COVERING '
1-. *s Ours is the only gloomy, place in practically exhausted before
# c -'- v the block." Windows in all ,the the, tree stood fairly' upright and Building Supplies Tilecraft Company"LET
other'houses, ablaze with everything secure. ,
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S were GU:1.F TIRES & BATTERIESOpen
, : CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
* S from lighted wreaths to Jimmy'' strung the light'cord3 US FLOOR YOU"'Armstrong
1 I glittering..Christmas, trees. No around while Mother and Betty 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days STEEL & Kentile

F.; wonder the' ,children protested hung'.'the glittering ornaments ton' State&Lambert US '1-JD 7-7190 Flagler Beach HE,,9-2254 Sold and Installed .
3': against following the old custom the branches. All Work Guaranteed ,
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j Aunt Maggie insisted on-not putting "Don't you want to help us, Sus-' Colonial Service StationEARL Ormond Beach OR 7.3181
.: 5'r ,the tree up until Christmas an?" Betty asked. CLEANERS
.pk S Eve; i "Sure-'I do, but I had to wind E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION GARDEN SHOP
.. Suddenly he recalled the nick- Aunt Maggie's yarn first." Susan I BUNNELL CLEANERS
" name he had given his old aunt answered asr'she placed the big MOTOR TUNE-UP Gray's Garden Center

,'I : years ago Aunt, Naggie. What a ball on the table. "I'll hang the GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES EVERY CLEANING Headquarters for Gardening Need.
r '.,. dolt he had been to make the kids icicles," Reaching high,' she fell U.s. HIWAY 1 _. BUNNELLHall's SERVICE Ceramics Gifts Materials Dry Arrangement
. give, in to her. Well there would against the tree and ever it' top-
Open Dally 8 to 6 Annuals Shrubbery -,Fertilizers
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;5' 5 be no' more of that! pled. Balls and lights tumbled Atlantic StationJack
:.. 5 As soon as dinner was over and about. Fragile ornaments broke Hall, Proprietor Phone ID 7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS
W.r Aunt Maggie had 'gone to her into tiny pieces. 115 N. Bay St Bunnell 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph.OIIMOXD OR 7-0511
;;' ; room. he announced dramatically Dad mumbled something about I. GAS-OILS-LUBRICATION
"We're going to pat up the Christc Aunt Maggie being right after all. Tires-Batteries-AccessorieS CONCRETE PRODUCTS' HARDWARE -

:, mas treel" Susan burst into tears and the i I ROAD SERVICE Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
Right now?"Jimmy demanded. noise aroused _Aunt Maggie who BUNNELL Tel. ID 73652J.
f.., Your "Q" For ConcreteDial
': ** "Right,now,", Dad promised. came and,stood stiffly lr the door Agricultural JOHN: &Industrial DEERE Equipment

t._ Hooray!,, Betty shouted.Let's way. L. Presswood Garage l CL 3-8113 STEEL
:- do it quietly" Mother ,"Just putting up the tree." Dad's. STANDARD PRODUCTS Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
k;" suggested, "so it won't bother Aunt voice held a' hint of defiance. General Repairing-Road Service DAYTONA, BEACH Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
p: Maggie.. We will let it be a surprise "Really" Aunt Maggie replied Tires, Tube & Accessories LAWN MOWER REPAIRS I

. to her." tartly. "If'you,don't'mind. I'll get Visit Our Grocery Foods and DepartmentFor Quillian's Concrete, Inc. DEEN RD. Phone J" 73143 ,
will like that" "She the ball Frozen Staples
"I think she came' my knitting. spied Cubed Ice
t: from four-year-old Susan. of yarn and fairly pounced upon HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACH Village Hardware Center

:. Five pairs ,of hands got busy it."I DRUG STORES HOUSE PAINTS
:;:. shoving the furniture around to wound It up nice for you'* 'Sullivan's Gulf Service '
make room for the tree. Susan boasted. GULPGASOILSLUBRICATION Anderson Drug Store Match and mix any color

/, ,Til bring it in" said Dad., "Merciful heavens," the oldlady'exclaimed ",". Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
i:" Jimmy, you run down to the "you've completely ; TIRES-TUBES-ACCESSORIES Prescriptions GIFTS GREETING CARDS
4.. .\ basement and get the stand." ravelled the mitten I had almost. Beach Information Sick Room Supplies
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finished." I ''Specializing' in Service and
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Sundries
1 Mother offered to bring the box- .Clean Rest Rooms'iVIn -
: With the tree once more safely
.'.. cs of lights and ornaments down moored. Dad' directed. "Start the I The Heart of Flagler Beach BUNNELL PAINT STOREJERRY'S
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t music. Betty.'Susan turn on the -
hurried to their room to..get their lights." AUTO REPAIRS: Moody's PharmacyFlagler PAINT MART '
beribboned gift packages.
Lights bubbled ana a chorus of Corner Drug Store HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT
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County's
:' -, Mother held the tree while Betty voices sang dOd rest you merry. Shield: Service Station One Coat Plastic ,Finish
L.. called Dad up from the base- Gentlemen, let nothing you dis- Arcadius Habel. Mechanic PBESCBlPTlONS'DRUaSSUNDRIES Stops Masonry Dampness

r';. ment. ,Finally Jimmy returned ma -.a ai.!' Wires crackled, COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Paint Sundries '

!,:..-,, with' ,,the stand. sparks flew, and the, room was Right Now We'll Overhaul 'and I FOUNTAIN SERVICE 29 W. Granada-Ormond BeachPh.
Betty helped Mother sort the thrown into darkness.. Repair Your Power Mower i BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 OR 7-0761
' ;. sparkling trimmings and screw Out of,the dark. Aunt Maggie's 'No"Job Too Big Or- Too' Small

bubble lights Into the sockets. Jimmy voice: cackled, "Let, nothing you 111 No. Bay St. BunnellEDGAR'S ORMOND PRESCRIPTION RADIOTELEVISIONDON'S
it produced a ragged extension dismay." GARAGE i PHARMACY
tl cord which he declared was still And in foe,most.unChristmassyvoice. RADIO & TV
" good. Susan crawled 'under the ,Dad retorted, "you're 24-Hour Towing, Service I ,Sick Room' SuppliesSundriesI
f sofa to recover a ball of red yarn. darned right-we won't," REPAIRS j I 24-Hour Prescription Service Zenith Sales and Service
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BUNNELL, FLA. ,
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STORE. MON.. thru FRI.-8 A. M. til 6:45 P. M. '. '''"r-. + '.""" i MEANS MORE
HOURS SAT.-8,A.M till 9 P.M. r SAVINGS FOR YOU
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Christmas Trees andDecorations Swift's Butterball .
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Mince Meat 29c .. .
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Date Nut Roll 23c Pound

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PAGE SIX. THE FLAGLER TRffiUNE.
BUNNELL.
FLORID
Thursday
Dec. 17, 1959 l

--: '. WOMAN'S- CLUBCHRISTMAS --I Mrs. Nettie, Brusich- accompanied I! .The best'kind pf salesmanship l lis
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er The Annual Christmas Tea I Wilder, visited Moose Haven in [.- -- ,

a was held, Wednesday afternoonat Orange Park Sunday. Mrs.'Bru.sich's RCA VICTOR

:' LUNA BABBITT the Woman's Club building granddaughters, Nancy LIVING COLOR TV

Tileohone HEmlock 9-2098 by the, Flagler Woman's Club.I and Sally Dzioba, appeared with i "LOOK FOR THE PICTUREIN
r I Beginning at 2, o'clock, an, interesting '- their accordians on a program TilE WINDOW
I i by the, Daytona Beach Moose I Southern Radio & Television
METHODIST CHURCHANNOUNCEMENTS program was arranged.j
W. J. Rapp Dies
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; Club. 226 E. Granada-Ph. 'OR 7-2001
I Music was furnished by ORMONO:
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Services,, Monday I! dore Weber, a very Theo-I
Rev. Reynold Hoover pastorof --- --
William Joseph Rapp, 69, Arte- the.Flagler Beach Methodist I; ganist, and the Christmas story,
sia Park south of Marineland, taken from the Book of Luke
Church, announced that there I FLORIDA COUNTIES
was read. by Mrs. Albert Batten.
died in a st. Augustine rest would be a special Christmas
The sixth grade of the Flagler
home -
Friday. message at 9:30 A.M. on,December .
He, is survived by his widow, Beach school sang Christmas ca.
20th, in the, Woman's Club II Ifr
rols under'direction of PrincipalW.
Mrs.
Mary Rapp.
building. There will also be an
; E. Fennell....A solo was rendered -
anthem by the choir, a solo by k MARION
Funeral services were held I i by Mrs. Frank Schwenkand M
Monday morning from the Craig'I Mrs. Frank Schwenk, and church it was followed by group JiIi COUNTY
school will follow at 1030.
Funeral Home in St.: Augustine,: singing.

with the pastor of the Ancient.. On Sunday evening at six o'- : Mrs. Reynold Hoover, president I County Seat, 4

I City Baptist Church officiating.. clock the children will meet at : of the club, and Mrs. Vernon Ocala I

Following the service,the body I the Woman's Club building togo I I Haines, first vice president, pre
Jacksonville for Christmas Caroling after sided at the tea table. Mrs.
was carried to I
cremation. which they will be entertainedwith Frank Brede was chairman of 1

a Christmas party at the arrangements, and Mrs. Haines ,

home of Rev. and Mrs. Hoover was program :chairman.Mr. .

MOTHER PASSES AWAYIN with Mrs. Edward, Nye the assistant

PENNSYLVANIA hostess.A ) fig.1, 1
and Mrs., Gerold Combs Itli24).f
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Harmon Wingrove was calledto I of North' AlA left last week fora f ?
Midnight Candlelight Service '
Williamsport, Pa., on Sunday has been planned by the trip to California. ... t ft.W.II,j
after receiving word of the sud
:Methodists for 11 p M. Christmas .
Marion is of Florida\s and
County one
largest
Cora den illness Wingrove.of his Mrs.mother Wingrove, Mrs. .Eve at the Woman's Club tl"w- ..............................-."...........' more important agricultural counties, with a flour-
building, and' the public is in ishing farm crop income. Other sources of income
passed away there Sunday ev- vited.H. FRED A. FRUITS include citrus,beef and dairy cattle, hog and poultry,
ning and funeral services were thoroughbred horses, varied manufacturing plants

held there Wednesday. L. Wilkes is leaving this I. JEWELERDIAMONDSWATCHES I I and forestry products. There .are unlimited tourist '
attractions, such as world-famed Silver Springs and
week for Winston-Salem, N. C.,
Ocala National Forest Reserve plus some of the
CHRISTMAS BAZAAR to spend the holidays with, his .. REPAIRING best fishing sources in the State. This vast county,
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WAS BIG SUCCESS wife. Mr. Wilkes is building a 'S'LY 'M'rMrNLW Lf formed in 1845, 'was named in honor of General

new home on"Central Ave., andis Francis Marion.
The Christmas ,Bzaar which planning to make his .home In progressive Marion County and throughout
was held last Friday afternoon here after New Year's. I Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation
and evening in the Flagler TV BobSERVICE works constantly to assure the sale of beer and ale
Woman's Club, 'was judged a under pleasant,. orderly conditions. Believing that
Spending the winter with Mr.
strict law enforcementserves the best interest of
big success. Other'clubs, in ad. and Mrs. Walter Bennett is I the people of Florida, the Foundation stresses close -
dition to the Flagler Woman's their granddaughter, Carolyn cooperation with the Armed Forces, law enforce-
Club, were the Junior Woman's Bennett, from West, Springfield, ment and governing officials in its continuing "self-
Club, the Flagler Beach Garden Massachusetts. ,) all makes regulation" program.
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Club, the Catholic Women's f
Guild of Bunnell, and the Flag. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Wilder and ,Sales, Tubes and BEER FLORIDA'S.LIGHT :\\Sl; United States Breuert

ler Beach Community''Church son moved to Daytona Beach Antenna Installation_ I BRIGHT Eli1 s o Foundation
Guild. Florida DivUto
Monday to a new home they BEVERAGE 203: N.M.M Street
Santa made a visit' there and ,bought there. ,,". PHONE HE 9-2204 ,I OF MODERATION <(Is IOU Q Orkmfa, FUrUmI

gave out'candy:to every 80 chil -. '-- -
dren. Food was served to the
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public during the day and an -
impromptu songfest concludedthe
affair with the holiday spirit. Green's Fuel Gas

An auction was held at the conclusion

on the, merchandise that .
had been left.

/ Christmas '

LIGHTING GARDEN CLUB CONTESTMrs. Special


Leola Jones, chairman of
the Flagler Beach Garden Club's

Christmas Lighting Contest, an-
nounced that it is open to everyone /

living in the city limits of When You Buy This RANGE

Flagler Beach. The judging will .
be on December 22. There will T 'T Range Features

ning be three' displays.cash prizes The for club the hopes win You Get This Twin 100 Ib Bottle -

the contest will encourage, more ,

interest xin lighting homes and 1. All1 orcelain. Filled with

,J business places to make the .. s

our holiday community.Mr. season ."more colorful in. 2. Automatic Oven Lighting \ Gas and .


' and Mrs. Charles Keep of S. (NO MATCHES) S sj:J I Installed

' Philadelphia, Pa., have arrived ,
> t to spend the winter with their '
3. Light In Oven. :
daughter, Mrs. Kay Swayze. HOn > 'FREE

,M. IN"' TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF i-1 4. Oven Cooks! Enough :E'or' ,1L
KLAGLKR COUNTY FLORIDA,, ..
or; Ifr CHANCERY( NO. 353X .
;: SAMUEL LOP$Z. L- Family Of 10. ", r.< PlusFactory
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''. 'aa LOPEZ LIESEL. MARGA SCHNEIDER : L- 5., Clock & Timer. .y 1 r' "

L' NOTICE TO DEFEND Defendant. ,
it THE STATE OF FLORIDA.:' '

If. ". ''"Marga Lieael I* Lopez Marga also Schneider knownas I ;; : .j :: .: .
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:t"i.. ',' Harrenacker Lopez Darmstadt. West 12 Germany Rec.arewed-F-' ; -;,: : t &ii I'.'

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. ,.t I the above ,entitled cause and you 189" 'c:.".t.."" .I.' ...';o. ,;. rs:;' .'" '
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- the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney : .
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1... ,not 1959.later. than_December: 28th A.D. '
,'- +. If you fall to do *o. decree" pro. Gas Service : >' Blanket. .
confessowill be "entered against ) \
you for the relief demanded in the
I' bill of complaint. .The nature of .
j\ .... said WITNESS suit being my: for hand divorce.and seal of ';: }" ;
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Use Native Greenery I I !f5iJ rii1 IiiIiiliiJiiTiiliT"aiJ8J i1iTiiJ riiIiliiIi1 il'iJ ilirw.rail liiIiliiIiIiiIili JiTiilil iIiliiJ8l iIirul IiiJiTiilaI. iiIiB IiIiiIi.1 li1 iIi1iil'iI ili1iititiiIir.1;
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And 'Make Your Own short leaved species 'make :i ..'- .
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Even poorly.shaped trees and =; E NOTICE .,...,..1f1! -.,\ -, ....."-fr........ '''.'.-'-''''''J.i': ::<' "' ," =;:+=

cuttings and greenery side branches, may be used for I '';:<. > .,..;" ,'. ;.;; ,
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screens. The texture .. M
Christmas decorations accord. '" .; .
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ing to Erdman West, botanist .contrasts strongly with I -

Experiment with the 'Florida Station..Agricultural settias.bright decorations-such as poin- f I; ; Starting Thursday, December 1 17; :: $:

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the West decorative points material can be I ditional Since red colors and for green Christmastime are = i1i there will, .be a Deputy Sheriff f on !.
woods
and
obtained from fields holly is very popular at

near plants home.can be Many used wild to advant-green I of this holly season.foliage West and says the sprays bright I duty at night for work anywhere m

age.< One of the best is wild red berries are used in 'a wide '
smilax or green briar, especially variety of 'ways. He points out
the 'leathery-leaved species that there are several kinds of in' Flagler .Count .
that grows in swamps. The I holly, and all tle'us ful ones ".:;,' .
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many ways.Since i very striking, ,with largerberries .. .. .
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and darker green leaves, ,. .( .
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and' hollies are i
;. be made,into streamers to stretch Christmas> time in many partsof "' .- ;EN

, across The a most'room.prominent green No Florida.Christmas" West decoration adds. would >. This Deputy is being placed on night duty $HiHi


t 'I evidence be complete somewhere without ,mistletoe says the'botanist. in -i1i!| .. for greater service to citizens. To contact him it:

It is very abundant in IJI '
ir. ', Florida and mapy farmers reM: > call IDlewoad 7-3381 r I
t glad to get rid of some of. wXm 'w : .-
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shooting it down with a shotgun j' -, .
where it grows at a safe c -
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r : Greenery and other decorations,I I" ,: "\' z Homer Brooks i1i
for Christmas be found in :
may I ., ,-..
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r I II ida. "What you use," says West Sheriff of Flagler
I "depends on what is available m County'I'

and how ingenious" you are' in I .
making use of it."

He warns that if decorationsare b's'!!!!!i!lIll! !ll'l.n !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!jTiji.i.st, !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!irifriTiTiiI! I'.' !!!!!!.!!!! -tj
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f' from the owner before trespass- I
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I I as the "all-American" fruit I .}..> } .?.a r,';:
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woman and child.
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The apple's ancestry is tracedto *;!;
Just the turn of a dial starts immigrants.: Plant'students.
: amazing SUPER Floor Heat I[ believe the progenitor'I the I
t x traveling to every room in I modern apple appeared first In
your home. The oil input, southwest Asia, between the
blower speed and Siegler- Caspian and Black, Seas.
: matic draft are all synchronized Apples do not grow true( from
for perfect comfort, seed and for this reason most '
convenience and economy. seedling apple trees are worth. aNe ,:
less. Occasional, however, one ?
is found with highly desirable
SIEGLER PAYS FOR ITSELF
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WITH JHE FUEL IT SAVES be propagated- endlessly byapple M. c dG

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is the plant world's equivalentof 6E
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Poachers-Cattle I Society' says. surviving' animals .Recently, herdsmen of.the, Many biologists fear that Africa I national parks is such an attraction
are making a last stand in Masai tribe were allowed to
is losing one of its most I I to visitors that tourism
Threaten Remnants the national parks and reserves, leave wornout adjacent land
where effective protection is oft- graze their cattle in the park.In valuable natural resources. Properly i I has become one of. East Africa's

Africa's WildlifeAfrica's en lacking. a short time,,lush grasslandswere i harvested, the game herds leading industries.

Game Numbered in Millions converted tQ an expanseof II could provide a permanent meat
's magnificent wildlife, baked red earth. As forests supply in areas unsuitable for

the most varied array of ani- Less than 50 years ago, wild were cut and burned, watersheds I livestock. Wild animals are immune FREE PAINT

mals ever to walk the earth, animals ''many species blackened began to dry up. Wild from sleeping sickness,I I One extra gallon of your choice,

is rapidly disappearing. the plains of East Africain animals were driven from the I they require far less water than with each gallon you buy

African countless ,millions. Primitiveman eastern section of the cattle and they do not over- Mary Carter Paint Store
poachers use fire,
in numbers Serengeu.1 I their environment.
sparse was graze
poisoned arrows, and wire snaresto Cow Symbol of Ormend Beach at Coqvlna Darn
take a heavy toll of the merely another predator in nature's I The freely roving fame in the Also Westcate Shoppta Caiater.

dwindling game herds. Tribes i I scheme. Africans seldom slaughter

men's vast flocks of their livestock. They regard cat
cattle sheep, t' The advent of colonial rule
tle as symbols of wealth, and
and goats drive wild creatures upset the balance. European \
away from waterholes' and settlers wiped out the game in 'consider the size of a herd more

choice grazing areas. large areas. The African population important than its quality. Wildlife '
has always been the traditional -
About 90 per cent of Africa's skyrocketed, as war, famine source of meat > NOTICETHE
original wildlife population has disease, and the slave trade >
were eliminated. Cattle epidemics In Tanganyika, illegal
been exterminated by man's activities poaching -
the National Geographic were stamped out. I .of game has become an in

In dry East Africa, men and dustry. Arrow poison and wire .
I I CITY OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED DECEMBER
livestock have now multiplied snares are peddled from villageto

beyond the point at which the i I I village. Dried meat, or biltong '24-25-26 FOR THE CHRISTMAS HOL
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VjBtlfl land can support them. Over- '! brings a high price on the I

tytntlutum 1 THOUGHTS grazing by domestic animals is black market. About 150,000 IDAYS.
1 1 adding wild animals slaughteredevery.
new. wastes to the are

I I fringes of'the advancing Sahara. year in and around the SCHEDULE FOR GARBAGE PICKUP WILL
HAHAHA, TALKAZoor There is little room left'for wild- I Serengeti National Park.

A ME'S I JUST SPILLED II life.The BE MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY FOR THE
A WH&tEC.4Ac:;.Fyi Serengeti National Park
GeEAE! HAHAHAI in Tanganyika is Africa's last REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS HOMES AND MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND
With a Long Term
stronghold of spectacular game SATURDAY: FOR BUSINESS PLACES. r
herds. The sanctuary covers 5- FEDERAL LAND BANK

000 square miles of forest,

\ 3lT mountain, and vast golden FARM LOANR.

plains. A few years ag<>, 'mil W. BRYAN City OfBunnell

I lions of wildebeest, zebra, and Production Credit Assn.

antelope grazed in the park; to- WedDesdayIOOOPALATKJL

: day, fewer than 400.000 remain. FLORIDA
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Address Louise STATE Arnerl UnknownYou OF FLORIDA. TO: ,:: f : '

are hereby notified that a ,
suit has been filed against you 'In *
the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to file your answer -
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with the Clerk of this Court
and to serve a copy thereof upon Discount All -Cash
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney on Sales
whose!Samuel name and V. Holch address is: '

Highway. 17
East Palatka. Floridanot
later than December 26th. A.D.

r 1959.If you fail to do so. decree pro :
r confesao ''will be entered' against : (Except sJ" ,

bill you for of complaint.the relief demanded The natureof in the ( .' ,; ,r : "' --' ; ._.. ', .
said suit being for divorce. ;;. .{/ "".r: ; .
WITNESS my hand and seal of \ *
said Court this 24th day ,of No- :t -
: vember .&.D. 1959. '
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Clerk RALPH of E.raid HARBERT Circuit 'Court '! > Merchandise Is Our Regular Stock' :e :
Nov. .26 & Dec. J-1O-17-4tc :
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ROSCOE FLAGLER IN CHANCERY, 0. BRADLEY.COUNTY.NO.Plaintiff.3885 FLORIDA. t .-.;, ,' And Not. Bought For. This Special Sale r.

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s ". said suit 'being for divorce. ,.
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PROGRAM SUNDAY NIGHT II| T SHOES
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CHRISTMAS PARTIES .I Hazen-Bertha friends are invited to attend. I II
FOR BAPTIST CIRCLE I I
Vows Exchanged, .
AND CLASSESMrs. Mr. and .Mrs. Walter Knight,j
Jessie ,Muzyka was host- Friday EveningMiss were business visitors in Jack t

ess to the Minnie.-Brown Circleat Phyllis Hazen of 'St Au sonville Wednesday. J .
the home of Mrs. John Clegg, gustine became the bride of Mr. I *t
'her daughter,for their Christmas Thomas Robert Bertha of Bun- Miss Virginia 'Wadsworth left I Your
Party. Gifts were exchanged. nell in a quiet and impressive Saturday morning for Boulder 1113 .i
The Holiday motif was carriedout ceremony in the First Methodist I City, Colorado where she will I # .
in the decorations. Church of Bunnell Friday even- f visit during the holldars. ? 4 # Dollars Work .

Thursday ,night at 7:00.the., ing. I I 5/
Dorcas Sunday School Class I II Raymond Smith is a patient' Overtime
The bride is the daughter of
Christmas Supper-Party will be i in the Veterans Hospital in Lake; I .
at'I 1'I Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Hazen Sr.,!
in the educational building City for medica} treatment. i
of ,St. Augustine. Mr. Bertha I AT HOME!
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First Baptist Church. At the (Continued on Page '10) j5)
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. -
same time the Fidelis Class will 1 i iI S
Robert Bertha of Bunn ll. z -I
meet in the home of Mr. and I
Mrs. John A. Clegg. of white
Tall baskets mums I
Monday evening, December potted palms and cathedral y Bunnell Theatre They help pay on taxes, support our churches .
21st. the Vota Vita Class will candelabra formed a pretty'set and schools make' our community a better
meet at the Church at 7 ,o'clockto ting for: the candlelight single I \ .place in which to live and do business. But the

go to St. Augustine for their ring ceremony. The pastor, Rev. I Fri. & Sat. Dec. 18-19 dollar you spend out of town helps no one. It's'gone
Christmas Supper Party. W. L. Spicer Jr.,' officiated. for good.
I Tuesday evening, December Organist Ray Mercer presented THE, HOUNDS ,OF .
22nd., the Golden Circle. Class I a 'program of nuptial music preceding BASBERVILLE"Starring Boost your community by buying and bankingat
Christmas Party will be in the the ceremony.The home. It pays dividends in prosperity for all.
; home of the teacher, John Clegg. bride given in marriageby

her brother, Frank Hazen Jr., Peter Cushing &
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t FRIENDLY CIRCLE wore a blue suit with matching Lee Christopher Citizens BankOF

t HOLD CHRISTMAS accessories and a matching I ,
I PARTY TONIGHT flower hat. She carried a white

The Friendly Circle of the Bible topped with' a white purple Sun. & Mon. Dec. 20.21 t BUNNELL
Methodist Church: will,have their throated orchid. I
:) annual Christmas dinner party Serving, as matron of honor "BIG OPERATORS" I .
tonight in the dining room of I was Barbara Graham., Best man Starring I The Only Financial Institution Primarily "Interested -
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t the old church building. I.was Sammy Bertha, brother of In The Development Of Flagler County.Happy .
f The dinner will be sreved at of the bridegroom. Usher was Mickey Rooney. & I
seven o'clock. Jim Cook, cousin of the bride I
Mamie Van Doren Afe Aph3u uiell B eH'4 tuH.

groom. I .
SENIOR CLASS Serving at the reception following '
l HOLD CHRISTMAS the ceremony was Mrs!! .
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Senior Class .is sponsoring Mrs. William 'Deen, and '- ..q. .
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Tradition Of It I burned to honor.the God Thor. superstition that all, decorations i I th night to prevent bad luck in

: The custom was adopted by the should be removed. ,by the twelf..... the New Year still survives. I
English as part of the Christ

I Yule! Log Is mas festivities. --

(Continued ,from page 9) I With great pomp and ceremony \
II I I INSHE-Stiy Insured & Rest Assured
of Past the best log that
Thing very
m-Y AND, TRMflYDELEGATES i
ATTEND i iI could be found was brought into I. '

the house and placed in the GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
WEENKEND, CONFERENCE$ I I I An old and honored Christmas I

tradition-the Yule log-has almost great ,fireplace.The .
Nancy Brannam, Harriet I vanished from our holiday fire was lit and the serv- I I
H. T. COOK AGENCY
Hatcher John Hoff, Wilbur I
celebration., Logs and fireplaces ants of the house gathered with ,
Sheffield, and Arthur Carle were I! I the master and there was much
I I are not as common as they were I'
delegates to the, Hi-Y Confer- once, but the tradition of ,the singing and celebrating the ,Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
ence held in ,Pensacola Friday ,
Yule log was carried on in En- coming of ,the Christmas holi-
and Saturday. They were accompanied -
land for centuries.
there by Mrs. Nancy I t I It was introduced into Great day.According to the custom of

Youree. Britain by the Vikings, who those days the holiday season
lasted twelve full days and the We are pleased to announce the openingof

I log burned during the entire I a new office in
Mrs. Levi Brannam was in \

Moultrie, Georgia Saturday attending J.lagler: &achContinued time. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
the funeral of their I At the end of the holiday, any

cousin, Jerry Hazzard. fragments of the log that remained MIAMI 32, FLORIDA
/ ( from page 6) were carefully collectedto

L. S. Cody has returned to his SURPRISE SHOWER I be used again the following

home here from a Palatka HONORS BRIDE' I year to kindle the new' Yule log. Effective January 2, 7960:
Celebrating today does not I
hospital where he received: ,medical Mrs. Thomas Bertha, bride of \
MR. GEORGE N. SHAW
last for twelve days, but the
treatment for about three last week, was honored on Tuesday -
I Formerly Director of Finance of the City of Miami and* apart
weeks. I
evening with a surprise ':".. President of the Municipal Finance Officers Association
misscellaneous shower when O. F. ALFORD of th. United States and Canada.

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kudrna Mrs. Gary Gresham and Mrs.: '.
Registered
and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hunter Harvey Gresham .entertained a I I I will join our organization as Vice President

were'visiting in Seville Saturdaywith group of her friends at the Ber- Real Estate Brok'erBwmelL ] i I and Manager of our Florida Operations

their aunt, Mrs. Catherine tha's beach :home. The back. Florida

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birthday anniversary that day. Christmas, motif. I As financial consultants to municipalities and other Governmental -
units throughout the nation we welcome inquiries aboutour
Bridal 'bingo was played and A -
BUNNELLLODGE
uniquely complete and completely independent services.
Those going on the GreyhoundBus winning prizes were Mrs. Louise G No. 200F. ,
tour to Jacksonville and I 1 Gresham Joann
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luncheon there Tuesday were Preston and Lana McCabe. Door I WAINWRIGHT & RAMSEY Inc. !

Mr and Mrs. O. B,, Green,' Mrs.V. prizes were won by Mrs. Jeanette Meets First and. Thud Tuesday Consultants on Municipal Finance

Martin, Mrs. Nellie Tweed, Bertha and Mrs. H. Murray. Dean M. Peterson W. M.

Mrs. Raymond Smith, Mrs. Stella Dainty refreshments were serve JOHN A. CLEGG. Secy. i

Zalewski, Sam Trad and James I I
ed by the hostesses,' carrying
McDonogh. out Cljritsmas theme. Gifts were '

presented to. the honoree. r'
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CARD OP THANKS potato growers
BAPTIST CHOIR
We,.would like to express our ,

heartfelt thanks and appreciation 'The Choir of the Baptist
Now can get"effective long residual = ,
for the prayers cards,'visits' Church met on Tuesday evening'and L .you .

flowers, and expressions 0 f the :director, Judson Stryker, ,-
sympathy extended in so many I invited the to see the : .
group ': a ;
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thoughtful ways during the illness ."Messiah" ''at the Peabody Auditorium : SOUTHERN POTATO .

and death of our loved one. I in Daytona Beach which >;' :

Mrs. Frances A. Akins and ., was put on by Stetson Glee Club. : :.

children, Mrs. C. W. Akins I .' i 4?
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Torreya State Park is ten inchesin the winter months' here. They ,',7 j ..' :. "

diameter at ,four and one i are staying in the Fleurie.Apart-- '
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Florida Yew is four I -; J L '.. :..,r., ... :
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inches. The. Yeuf is much rarer I I Mrs. Laura Alligood will return ,> ,#, ,':: : :,_, '''; :. ,". '. : '.

than the Torreya. here,next week after spend ;-'y'f .

ing several weeks in Baltimore, ,WITHDIAZINON ;:'

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3 cents per word welt laaertlea* Bordner Apartment on 4th St.
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FOR RENT OR SALE-Two bed. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Davis and tii l:
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: car garage. 65 Daytona Avenue. next week to spend the -

Rent $50.00 per month. Sale holidays! with ,his relatives.Community )_ INSECTICIDE SOIL TREATMENT ;
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ler Beach. 12-17-6tc is accepted for use as a soil insecticide for .
,4' control of Southern Potato Wireworm. Y

FOR RENT-Furnished 6-room Memorial ChurchInterdenomlaatloaal This is good news to potato growers. These

'\ and 3-room apartments $30.00 I, 4t four big Diazinon advantages tell you why. J

per month. Capitol Motel, Ko- DaytQna Ave, .. r.,, ; : 'fr ,' CONTROLS RESISTANT STRAINS-Diazinon does .

rona. ,Phone ID 73649. FLAGLER... BEACH the job where chlorinated hydrocarbons fail. ;
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FOR SALE-two bedroom house Church! Service. 1100'A..M. ; =s
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with four lots. Mrs. F. H. How- \II -
R. W. DICKERT. Pastor o SAFE-Diazinon is of the safer phosphate 1- '
ell, P.O. Box Q, Bunnell or one ... ,
phone ID '7-3528.. 12.3-2tp EVERYONE WELCOME r insecticides. ,F, ,'

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VERSATILE-Applied as a foliar spray
,. COUHTY JUDGE'S 'COURT i Diazinon is also effective against other insect-
Merry Christmas IX IX THE AND FOR FLAGLER COUN- .: ,-'t pests attacking potatoes, including flea beetles ;,:c
Help the family budget by pay- TY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. :;,
Colorado beetles and dipterous
Ing off those holiday bills. Be potato
CASE N.- b
the AVON Representative! IN RE: Estate of : :, leaf miners. "
Write Mrs Jean Milanich. box MARGUERITE GLEASON. I
%U. Lockhart.". Fla. Deceased. ,r, "Apply As ,Sell Treatment

'. NOTICE TO-' of CREDITORS the estate of ,, ':->",>. Apply effective safe Diazinon to potato fields
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;:' SEPTIC TANK-cleaning' reasonable MARGUERITE GLEASON. 'deceas- I ,''. Y f, as a soil treatment prior to planting. Use sufficient
ed. are hereby notified ,and required v" ; water to achieve thorough coverage. Then mix ;
', rates.. George'.Jarosz, Phone to file any claims' or demands ";t.',... thoroughly by di cing. or other means,.to the top
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:: ID 73410. 11-19-5-12=: tc which, they may have I ': three to six inches of soil depending upon the
said estate in the office of '- r
R+ against ;;, location of the wireworms. Diazinon's long residual
the County Judge 'of. FlaglerCounty : ", action protects the tubers until harvest. J
Florida in the Courthouseat .
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; ,Bunnell. Florida, within eight > '
' JOHNSTON'S calendar months! from the date? of ''' ... _.Iaal... Today '_ :
- the first publication of this notice. ._?' ., I Don't take chances on Southern Potato Wireworm I; '_.
FLAGLER BEACH, Each claim or demand must be in -. ... '
. REALTY, CO. -'i" .1. damage to your potato crop.There is no need to ..
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And 'must state the placeof ? -
writing '
LOTS, ,HOMES OCEAN FRONT, residence and post office addressof 4'_ r"' .. .,: gamble now that you can Jet positive! long residual'protection -.-:" 1
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the claimant and must be swornto with Diazinon insecticide-available :. ; x
- .. WATER FRONT. FARMS, by the claimant his agent or .... '; : emulaifiable solution or wettable powder. ,-ff \ :
("a' =J. 'ACREAGE, according his'attorney to or law.,it will- become. void .-.d. ::- !,. '.'"ATO". OP DOT INSECTICIDE Call your supplier right now! ifj ? ::1

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December
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See us TOOT

"., Office".Phone HE 9.2032Residences 'ecutrix Josephine 8Josephine of,Quimby.the 'Quiraby Estate Gadapee of Gadapee Marguerite Ex-- GEIGY' AGRICULTURAL! : L CHEMICALS .- 4;. f .., ;

Phones ID 7-3691 Gleason. ': Division of Oelgy Chemical Corporation :..
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