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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 24, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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(k.: Mercer'Reports. Mrs.- -Johnston's. 4-H Club To I ," 'ClJristm/s ,.: ,'

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Father Dies Organize A I (By M. B. Fuller) *
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Big ProportionOf In New YorkR. Riding Club Christmas is many things: bicycles and dolls; sun- '

shine and palm trees, a holiday from work ; the.light inchildren's
D. Moore of McGraw, New Members of the 4-H Club
Paid "
Taxes eyes; the laughter of friends; the joy of a
York, father of Mrs. Daniel made pans at their meeting
feast time of sadness for who remember
a some seasons -
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Johnston of Bunnell, died sud- Thursday afternoon to organizea
; With a 4 per cent discount denly Friday afternoon in Mc. riding cub. Members of the past.

.on real and personal property Graw. Club will be instructed in horse Christmas is even more : a time for prayer and worship -

taxes during November and, 3 Funeral services were held back riding by Club Advisor
; a time of meditation about, the story of the birthof
per cent during December, prop- there at two o'clock Tuesday Howard Taylor.
child in distant land unlikely ever to see.
,in I I a a we are
ety owners Flagler county afternoon.He The District Five 4-H Club
have been paying their taxes, is survived by his wife of Show will be held in Jacksonville Christmas is a combination of all these things, but we .

t J. F. Mercer, tax collector, reported McGraw; two .daughters, ,Mrs.! on January 2930. Memberswere feel that everyone, regardless. of religious beliefs, should
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i- today. Leo'Libby of New York, and Mrs. urged to have their calves celebrate the occasion in. some way or another manifest-

Up until close of business Daniel Johnston of Bunnell. Also ready for the show. Several are ing' love for our fellowmen. >.

Monday afternoon there had surviving are a sister a brother, ready now and more will be
St. Francis this Christmas spirit in his
expressed -
prayer
been, paid 8325 per cent of all and six grand children. ready in January it was reported.
taxes levied Mercer said.: Since I : ,"I may not so much seek to be consoled at to console ;
Achievement Night will beheld
property owners are entitled to Joins !I during January it was to I be understood, as to understand ; to be loved, as to love.
Bielejeski '
a 2. per cent discount during I I stated. The 4-H, Cub Camp will For it is in giving that- we receive, it is in pardoning that

January and 1 per cent in Feb Law Firm .1'I be held during July at Cherry we are pardoned ; it is in dying that we are born to .1
'. ruary, it is believed vitually all -
Lake Madison. "
near About half eternal life.
| taxes on the property rolls will
According to an announcement of the girls and boys are making ...
With these 'thoughts in mind let us take the time to ..
i t"- have been paid by April 1-the received this week John plans to attend Camp this ,

\ ., delinquent date.Another .' Bielejeski Jr formerly of Bun Levi Brannam Jr., Was given year.a give thanks unto Him for His' many blessings; let us reaffirm -

t -. nell, has''joined the firm of Sutton prize for selling the most ticketson our faith let us ask for His guidance.As .

. D__ _'1- I James, and Singer 'in Fort the Club project/'on Cracker individuals, and as a nation, let .us pn Christmas
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. .- --DII I Lauderdale.v. J ,*' -r ? Daiie _' :-: .' day pray for the less fortunate people :ofthe-world that
}1 v Mr. Bielejeskil'It'the son of Club member Tommy Kahlertwas
I they find hope It us' for : and that
Bun- may new ; pray peace
Mr. and Mrs. Bielejeski of
reported 'as a patient in the '
GameBunnell
the nations of the earth dwell in harmony.
nell and received his law train- hospital and members voted to may

ing at the University of Floridain send him a gift and cards. Pray that we may find this Christmas new vision,

.' High made Taylor Gainesville- courage and inspiration to face each tomorrow.
High of, Pierson their third victim -
Henry- Van Dyke wrote inspiringly on keeping Christ-
Friday night, 7348. YULE CUSTOMSIn
The Wildcats of Pierson made Scondonovlan: .iomfiies Redeemer Legends mas : "It is a good think observe Christmas Day. The

real close of it the first of times and when to
a game all mere.marking seasons, men agree
shoes
I are placed togetheron
half. Bunnell led at the end I Christmas Day-in the I'I'I .1 Common Among stop, work and make merry together is a wise and wholesome -

of the first quarter 1917. and I belief that this will cause custom. It helps one to feel the suprema'cy of the
at the mark 3629." After
halfway I I[American IndiansRedeemer
harmonious living
throughthe common life over the individual life.
the third began'th Bull
quarter I x
tin
dogs continued to increase their coming y ar. Ireland: legends were common "Are you willing to stoop down and1 consider the
' it is traditional that only a
k lead. among American Indians. 'needs and desires ,of little children; to remember the
snuff
woman named Mary some'were
The Bulldogs' scoring was led the candles on Christmas While aboriginal, weakness and loneliness of people who are growing old ;
by Jim Burnsed 'with 20 points, Eve. In countries. others probably were''greatly influenced much friends love and ask
some such with Europeans to stop asking how your you
contacts
by I
Robert; Cook 19, and Henry Wells
... with 17. Mike Parker and Buddy I I asNova, Scotia it is believedthat especially missionaries. yourself whether you love them enough; to bear in mind

Taylor'chipped in with 9 and: bad luck'win .come' if, One of these legends was gath- the things,that other people have to bear on their hearts;
the' Christmas tree is taken
;-' 8 points and did .a good Job of' down before the end of'New ered by the Reverend, EphraimS. to make "a grave for your ugly thoughts and a gardenfor
Meth- -
Alphonse, a Wesleyan
rebounding. v Year's_ Day. your kindly feelings, with the gate open-are you
odist minister who lived ambng
The Bunnell Lassies also
" willing to do these things even for'a day? Then you
the Valiente Indians for 21
scored a victory over Taylor Hi FIRST OBSERVANCEThe years.
4 7448. Joan Morris made 34 first Christmas observance The legend concerns the Ulikron I can keep Christmas."Are .

points, Annette Strickland 20. in this country took place (orphan of the Virgin) and how you' willing to believe that love is the ,strongest

Guards Shelia Westbrook and shortly after Columbus discovered he traveled long ago from the thing in "the world-stronger than hate, stronger than .

Linda Revels did fine, America The Santa Maria far, far north. He talked to stout which
a job against evil, stronger.than death-and that the.blessed life
little men, to tallr red men, to '
forwards. beached Christmas,
Taylors was on ;; Bethlehem 1900 is the image
in
some
began years -ago :
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men
men ,
Bunnell record reads and Columbus and his men
now
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,:: and the Eternal Love? Then can keep
houses made of stone to men brightness-of you
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three, wins and one loss. The were unable to ttee J1er. The
wins coming over D&B 66.33, ahIp"was stripped, of as much who make broad roads and wear Christmas. And if you keep it for a day, why not always -

and when the fine soft clothes and pearls and ?" 'I
Fla. Military school 65-51 and gear as.possible,
Taylor 7348. The one setbackwas Nina was unable to accommo I I silver and gold. *The Ulikron We leave you with these thoughts and ,our very best

at the hands of New date' all of the Santa: Maria's ,passed among them long, long Christmas' and Happy New Year.
a
wishes for a Beautiful
and told the men to be
Smyrna '4333. crew:, some of them were left ago
The Bulldogs wil return to ac- behind in a fort. that in honorof good, to love good,' and to do i .

t tion January .5th. at_ the local 'the,, season was, called Le good. The Ulikron passed and I Shrine Club 'Christmas Closes

Gym against Crescent City.. Naridad the Nativity. talked. His, eyes ,were soft and I'I

---- seeing. His eyes s/w throughmen. County Offices
His eyes saw and saw and Installs

How To Say Merry Christmas men looked on and wept and !1 As has been: published, The ,-

stopped their wars. They stopped New Officers Tribune office will be closed

As.,Christmas is the. most' universally celebrated of .all world their hate. Thier bows,and arrows -: Wednesday evening,and will not -
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'holidays, so 'Is ,the expression"Merry Christmas" the most 'universal shot the' deer but- never.. :I The Flagler County Shrine be open for business again until

of all gr elngs'Here is,interesting game based upon man again. I Club met Thursday evening at Monday morning.The .

this Yuletide. 'sal taUon.' See_ ,if you.' can' match the, greeting, at. The Ulikron pointed to the i the Novak Restaurant on North Tribune tried to find out .
left*With: the proper ,language'- on the right: stars. He talked of the Crab, the! AlA as guests of the Divan from I if business places would, observe

Plough, the Great Bear. He talky:I Jacksonville. Following a din a unified period of closing for
"'Hawaiian
1. Buoa, Notolel n ed of the God above those stars ner meeting the ,new officers of the holidays, but was not suc
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2. Glad Jalesil : U ,
and he told men to be good and the club ,were installed. cessful.
'3. Tin. :Nierni, .' X-,_. .. -' 'ItaUan
: Hap '
he would come again 'forall Officers installed were O. F. The city\, and county offices
4. ChrystoTjnal, .' ... r.1 > ".': J;. Chinese men
good men; and ; began to Alford president; George Wick- will be closed almost. uniformly..
5.' Felix)jNatali .:- ,. '; __reek be good. All Indians. wait' for. line, vice president; Stanley Novak All offices in the court house

6. Joys'IIeSUPortuguese; ; the ""Ulikron. 2nd vice president Homer will close Wednesday night Until

7. K1ag.alrl.- : .. .., .. 'Ii" -Swedish Such is the story 'of'' the ,Ulik Brooks, secretary;,-'Corbett Sullivan i Monday morning 'except the

'8.,lIeJei. ".'-'":-'"t'>,-aI \',., .. !. it ,F .FrenchANSWERS -, ron, which:as you'can see, closely treasurer.:..:::*''-.. / I office of county judge and the
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; ..._,'2,Swedish; 3..chLes.4, Greek;. ,5. Por- :parallels,(and most'likely,. "-Is) ;Forty members of the Shrineand sheriff: They wilt close Thursday

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r AGE TWO ',-THE; .FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, "LORIDA' Thursday, Dec. 24, 1959

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141'years ago, that the carol was entation of a. musical festival sated priest.., Gruber, the school that the world would always be

, Two Men Gave sung for the first .time/': in Leipzig' ; Germany. I master, lived 15 years' longer, thankful ,for "Silent. Night. Holy

The background story- of this Great orchestras and great but also died poor and obscure, Night.

famous song begins'on a sad singers "discovered" the song perhaps-perhaps ,not-aware

': Silent Night"ToTheWorld note, for that night of Decem and in the ensuing years it has J

ber 23, 1881, Father,Joseph Mohr,j I become a part'' of our 'Christmasheritage. I mitt lnglrr WribunrBUNN
the parish priest, and his friend!, TOUR CLOSEST OUTLET
: Franz Xavier Gruber, school-I' For Quality Furniture LL. FLORIDA
I Father Mohrnever,, lived to see] .
-We're Out of the
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I master and church,organist had)iI the greatness the song would District"CHRIS'S
:Hlght Rent'
The words of that famous'ca made a depressing discovery: i achieve. He died in. 1848 and I MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor
Night,"I I that mice had eaten the FURNITURE
rol, "Silent Night Holy away his parishoners had to pay for
,will ring this Christmas in'"'many bellows of the church organ,I the burial of the poor but dedi- I. 1660 Rldgewood_ :Ave. Holly Hill De.lgnated OHeUl Pmbtleatlaa

..'different corners of the. earth. and there would be no music -- -- --- --- -- ,for Public N.Uee..f ,Flakier
In the mountain town of Obern for Christmas services. i CVBty. MMlelpalltle therein

dorf, Austria, however, they will Storm'Lifts INSNRE-Stay lamed .& Rest Assured and the State :f Florida
clearer and more I
probably ring As the two men were making

"-: distinctly. For it was here, someI their way through,the wind and Entered .. .eeo d, claaa matter

snow-swept streets of the village I GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM. February 6.IBIS,at tu **.t..H

" i it is said, the storm sud- ._ I at Bnaaell, Florida, under aet, of
denly lifted and suddenly alii I March S, 187C.
H. T. COOK AGENCY
FOR was serene. Father Mohr looked j I f

up to the snowy peaks and clear i; I One year._.._,_..--..n.lo
SHELL FILL & SAND skies and muttered' to, himself, Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida I I eix months .._.,.... -I1.1S I

'I "Silent Night, Holy 'Night. All)1
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DIRT CONTRACTS' I is calm, all is bright."
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'. ; CALL II I I struck Immediately words with, and the Gruber both same men Idea-the repeatedthe were I I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I I

EMIL MISSINNE
beginning of. a Christmas carol. .
f" 1 Phone HE 9-2094 The two hurried on' to the I J

schoolmaster's house and there, |AUTO BODY MILLAND HOTEL BAR FUEL OILKING'S

t, FLAGLER BEACU j for the rest of night, worked diligently I
ODELL HERSEY'SPAINT Come And Visit TRUCK STOP
and suitable
" on a melody -
Remembering that" & BODY SHOP AL AND. ELLIEAT PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS
verses.
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Complete Collision Service THEIR NEW BAR
Delivery in the
there would be no organ music,I County on
24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE "You'll Meet Your Friends Here". ,
they kept the melody simple, Body & Fender Work Fuel Oil, Kerosene Tractor Fue
. .- one that could be played easilyon I Tainting. Matching Free EstimatesU. FLAGLER BEACH I Gasolineu.
: 1 So. OF BUNNELL
a guitar. Days ID 7.3372-Nlte ID 7.3267 The Coolest Spot for the Coolest 1 N. Bunnell -. ID 7.3676

Holiday Music I Draft Beer I
: I :There was music that ChristI AUTO SERVICE SANDPIPER BAR FURNITURE

mas in Oberndorf, after all, for I McDANIEL'S GIFTS LUNCHES REED'S
Father Mohr and Franz Gruberled On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles
-f. Service Station North of Flagler Pier Discount FurnitureUP
the villagers in the first pub I
Cool at & Millie's"PHONE
"Keep George
lic singing'- what has become STANDARD OIL:' PRODUCTS TO 507. DISCOUNTOn

'* perhaps the best loved of all Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs HE 9.2156 I I Furniture and AppliancesNew
k' Christmas Carols. and Used
f The organ that would't play II Bunnell ID 7.7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich Ave.: -Holly Hill

.:.. also figured in the popularization r
,. Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE FLOOR COVERING
:1'; of the oberndorf carol. The -

;::. I song became traditional' in the Building Supplies Tilecraft Company"LET

. ;; .. I i oberndorf region, but in ,the,year I GULF TIRES & BATTERIES CEMENT_ CEMENT BLOCKS US FLOOR YOU"
" : 1830 when builder %
',' an organ Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days STEEL Armstrong' & Kentile
came to fix the he J
organ
I heard' State&Lambert_US 1-ID 7- 190 Flagler Beach HE 9.2254 Sold and InstalledAll
the song, memorized it .. 'Work!.Guaranteed
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-.'.., ried it across the mountalns-I Colonial Service StationEARL Ormond Beach OR 7.3181
a and, to the world. CLEANERS
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.. One year after the organ E. RICE: ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION GARDEN SHOPGray's

".,:. [builder memorized the song and I II MOTOR, TUNE-UP BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Garden Center

. carried, it with him from town I GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES CLEANING Headquarters for Gardening Need

", May the holiday season to town, and village to village,I U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL SERVICE Ceramics. Gifts.Materials Dry Arrangement
t
I the carol was included in pres-
'::.. be filled to overflowing ? Hall's Atlantic Station Open Dally 8 to 6 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

f' with happy hours and Phone ID 7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS
Jack Hall, Proprietor
ANIMALS AND CHRISTMAS
147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
115 N. Bay St. Bunnell
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, and will fill
' joy good Possibly because animals have GASOILSLUBRICATION'TiresBatteriesAccessories ORMOND

:C your days.Gladys. always been associated with the CONCRETE PRODUCTS'" HARDWARE '
scene of the birth of the, Child 'ROAD SERVICE '
Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
t': Deen I Jesus: children in some ,parts of BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Your "Q" For Concrete JOHN DEERE

[Supervisor of Registration j I France believe that animals are I II J. L. Presswood Garage Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
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| I I{ given power to speak at mid- Dial CL 3-8113_ STEEL ,
{night on Christmas Eve. STANDARD PRODUCTS Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
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, General Repairing-Road Service DAYTONA BEACH i Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fitting.
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f':! Fy ty ry y g ry f':s g Tires Tubes A I LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
; Visit For Frozen Our Grocery Foods and Department Staples Quillian's Concrete, Inc. DEEN RD. Phone I" 73148

Cubed. Ice
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Hardware center
Village
HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACH
' ( i DRUG STORES
: H MERRY J HOUSE PAINTS
Sullivan's! Gulf Service
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\ Anderson Store Match and mix any colorBuilder's
: Drug
f GULF .
nMERRYAccpt.orwarmest .
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:r I GA80IL8LUBRICATIONTlRE8TUBE8ACCESSORIES .- Prescriptions Supplies Kitchenwxse
\ GIFTS GREETING
Beach Information Sick Room Supplies CARDS
i "Specializing. in Service and Sundries AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
; ij Clean Rest Rooms"In :-
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-CHRISTMAS j The Heart of Flagler Beach '' BUNNELL PAINT STOREJERRY'S ...

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HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT
\ Station County's Corner Drug SiorePRESCRIPTIONS
Service
Shield
\ One Coat Plastic,Finish
Arcadius Habel. ,Mechanic Stops Masonry Dampness
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS DRUGS-SUNDRIES Point Sundries

greeting for this' .Right ,Now 1We'U Overhaul and I| FOUNTAIN' SERVICEi 29 V(. Granada-Ormond BeachPh.
Repair 'Your Power Mower i I i BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 7.3661 OR 7.0761
Holiday season. And .
$, \ No Job Too Big Or Too Small .
:. r E. thank you for. 111 No. Bay St.BunnellEDGAR'S ORMOND PRESCRIPTION RADIOTELEVISIONDON'S ,

- l- GARAGE I PHARMACY
your many I
RADIO & TV .
I Sick' Room, Supplies-Sundries
f 24-Hour Towing Service
,, courtesies.. > : : t 24-Hour Prescription Service Zenith 'Sales and Service
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.... I COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS I Free in
Beach
Automatic Transmission Service Delivery Flagler "We Sell the Best ,
Wheel Balancing-Front End I Rt. A1A 1 mi. North of and Service the Rest"
1959 Alignment ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661
: f '24O Granada::0..D.-08 7-9803 AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTY
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-' AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Health Is Wealth ,

t : 1& ::, HOLLY HILLHYDROMA.rI Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS REAL ESTATE .- ,

"$ 1r .&.. : SERVICE I Margaret ,GivensReg +
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In Our Hands
: : So ;
:... Repairing. -Rebuilding 141 W... Granada-Ormond 7-1421 Real EstateBroker _
; ; \ Olf .ALL MAKES OR : Notary PublicSpecializing "

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS In ,-
: F 1239 Ridgewood Holly HU1
> .' .-' ) son 1-1111 FLORISTS OCEAN & RIVER PROPERTIES

a .. Phone
"i Mel-Flagler
: : y { :.. BAR'AND PACKAGE STORE .Blacks Flower Shop Ken Mar Beach
0( FLAGLER BEACH Phone IDJewood! 7334 PUBLISHERS & PROCTERS, :--

: ,: ,:, : Shelton :Super Market ." HOTEL:;BAR P.O. Box 3. Bunnell, ;Fla* The Flagler' rib ePublishers.'Printers
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i I with American families today, around the feathers down to the putting' it nto'n.; Use J escape and prevents soggy
I : Preparation Is" weigh from 4,'to 6"pounds.. tipsof the quills with the ,forefinger'and three skewers. before closing the I dressing. "
{ The next .class, popular: with thumb of one, hand cavity. 'Tie ;knot after J And last, but important, give
a.square
,1 Important For larger families, weigh in from 6 and pulling the feathers straightout each skewer so 'the lacing won't I your turkey a.chance to cool be-
to 25 pounds 'and is composedof with the other hand. tighten. ThiS allows steam to I fore serving itIt will carve
Perfect Turkey toms and hens over eight Help Taste I much better if you do.
months of age. These older toms By using a pair of pliers you
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tend to be stronger in1 taste and can 'remove many' of the heavy
Turkey and all the for that reason the hens are tendons of the legs. This greatly .
-that's what makes a '
more popular. improves the cooking and taste!
mas feast fit for a king.
of the drumsticks.Stuff' .
The turkey, of course, is Top Birds .
t. most important item so A top-quality-bird should have your ; turkey just, before

care and consideration a well developed, moderately I
given to the selection and, broad breast, ,well.fleshed thru NI'VN I'V IO:! :
aration of this native its entire width.and'length. The
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ed the wandering,'minstrels in message yourHoliday
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> celebrating Joyous, Yultide on with this
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i7. the Hill. filled
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t .' 1 I From the brilliantly iluumi- great happiness. ? J| .
I nated State House to Charles '
Street, from aristocratic Beacon T I f ;}!

Street right over the Hill into $ Leonard, Daisy, and $7k I Garcia Funeral Home
the slum districtsold houses K I
j With Santa we send beam holiday tidings. Carolers Eula Lee Moody ft I I I ST. AUGUSTINE
j| all our' many' stream up and down the Hill, I f If
11 in this community past mansion fronts which are ;>> ;>> J ;>>

; \ greetings' and gaily' lights.illuminated,At Louisburg with varicolored Square- NNN N N 1

\\ for a merry guests toast each other witheggnog'

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PAGE FOUR" THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL"; FLORID .

Thursday, Dec. 24, 1959A5eacti
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: Rev. Reynold Hoover, pastorof I Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert. McClure :i i- NOTICE TO' DEFEND .

>; f the Methodist Church, has an- and sons spent Sunday'here visiting !
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IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
r ,. nounced that the theme of his! her aunt, ,Mrs. GladineiChalfinch. i I I i OF FLORIDA. TO:
: for I I I Daytona Beach Holding Corporation. -
sermon Sunday, December .
a i|i a dissolved Florida ,corporation. -
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127, will be "Where ,Do We Go .I|i and C. A. Randall. E. A.. Randall -
LUNA BABBITT (More and Li. A. McKeever. JLB director -
1 From Here? The services are CD page 8) I trustees of Daytona Beach

''lei hone HEmlock 92098 I held at 9:30 A. M. in the, Wom i I Holding Corporation a dissolved i iI I
I Florida corporation and each and
an's Club all the -
building. : unknown assigns successors
SCHOOL CLOSES WITH ORDINATION SERVICE : in interest trustees or other

CHRISTMAS TREE PARTIES I SUNDAY IN BAPTIST CHURCH II parties claiming by through under'or
Friends of Mrs. Mary Lowe against said 'dissolved corporation -
l none of whom can be located
The Flagler Beach school Rev. Marvin Steadham was' will be interested to know that ; I Ii and it not being known whether

closed for a two weeks Christ guest at.the First Baptist.Church I she underwent surgery, at the i there Edward are any Grimes surviving whose trustees last:

mas vacation with all the'rooms Sunday morning. Four -members Flagler Clinic and Hospital in I California.known address was Los ,Angeles. I

.. having their individual parties, were ordained as, deacons Bunnell' 'last Thudsday. They \ The. unknown heirs devisees i
legatees, grantees. creditors, lien- 1
before they met. in the cafe- j and Rev. Steadham conductedthe wish her a speedy recovery. i I ors or other parties claiming b3'.

torium for carol singing and a service. The new 'deaconsare ; Grimes through 'under Bruner,or John against B. Bruner.Myrtle

program. Room mothers pro : Robert Schatz, Robert Rum- r William Henry Bruner. also knownas
James C. Bruner
Henry Bruner.
vided refreshments for the mil, William Babbitt, and Stanley I I' j all deceased.
jI Jessie 'Alice Bruner. if alive andif
rooms. Mrs..Steadham
Springer. j
accompanied I dead her unknown spouse un-
Taking part in the program her husband here:] Bunnell TheatreFri. known heirs at law. devisees legatees -
I grantees creditors llenors or
were: Roger Dykstra, Monica from Palatka. i other parties claiming by. through

Huber, David Johnson, '''Priscilla ii i under or against Jessie Bruner, deceased -
i and Sat. Dec. 25.26 i i ; C. A. Randall and Klma
Gumble, Eleanor: Shill, Bonnie I iI iI A. Randall, his wife if living and i
if dead their unknown heirs devisees -
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Lowe, Linda3 McNab, Vicky "SIERRA BARRON" I legatees grantees creditors -

Moore, Susie. Duncan, Mark i ; lienors. or other parties
I IJ claiming by. through under or
Smith, Glenn Miller, Don Gum Community Starring 1959 against C. A. Randell and ElmaA.

ble, Stewart Rockette, Thomas II II I Randall his Graider.N wife,also deceased sometimes -;
Memorial Church Brian Keith, &. Rita Gam Mary Bruner
Missine, George Roble, John I II known as Mary Bruner
Int r-d nomlnatlonal D Greider if living and if dead her
Waterman, Pamela McDaniel, unknown 'spouse heirs at law devisees -

Rose Tidwell, and Delin Lucas. .Daytona Ave. I lienors, legatees or other grantees parties claim-creditors -

FLAGLER BEACH Sun. and Mon. Dec. 27-28 I ing by. through, under or against
the Mary Bruner Graider. also sometimes -
Members ''Flagler Beach I known as Mary 'Bruner
Garden Club, with their hus- Sunday School 10:00: A.M FOR THE FIRST TIME As we start the New Year ; Greider deceased; John T. Bruner

Church Service we pray will be if living and it dead his unknown ,
11:00 A. M you one I
bands, held their annual Christ. Starring spouse, heirs at law. devisees* lega-
of the many new friends tees, grantees creditors, lienors or
mas party in the Woman's Club R. W. DICKERT. Pastor other parties claiming by. through
Mario Lanza& Zsa Zsa we hope to acquire during
building last Gabor I under or against John T. Bruner,
Tuesday evening,
with a covered dish supper and i EVERYONE WELCOME .il 3 I .1 the year. And to our many deceased Any and; and all persons (save and .

__ I old friends, we send theseason's I' except the plaintiff herein) havingor
program. claiming any right title or interest -
Mrs. Reynold Hoover had ?S i5 *S '5 '5 i greetings. in and to the lands involvedin
'' I this suit and -hereinafter de-
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charge of ,the program and she ft Watch ft'k scribed.
\ For
read a Christmas poem with or- \\ A Very Merry Christmas $ 'Opening t\\ I dress Tne and respective residence post of each office of ad-the

gan music being'playec:\ softlyby ( / f| r. Date In The Tribune. & above named parties is unknown.here-
You and each of you are
Mrs. Ray Lehr. A solo was i and | 1 i by notified that a suit has been
against to quiet titleto
brought you
sung by Mrs. Florence Schwenk.Mrs. AlA Restaurant! the following described lands

Hoover directed games \ A ,Joyous New Year ITO situate to-wit: in Flagler County. Florida

during the social hour and this Parcel No.1: Commencing at' a
Glenn and Ruth Miller i' point in the north boundary line
was followed by an exchange of j of Government Lot 1. in Sec-
I tion 23 Vownship U South
gifts.
] Flagler.Beach Range 31 East where it is Intersected -
I; MY MANY FRIENDS by the East boundaryline
of State Road AlA (Ocean
Visitors on Sunday .with Mr. ; I Shore Boulevard), and run
tv IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT IN AND thence in. a Southeasterly direc-
and Mrs. Arthur ,Babbitt were FOR FL. GLEn COUNTY FLOR- tion along the East boundaryof
his aunt "' IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 3895 said State Road AlA a distance -
Mrs. Carrie Treadwell '
I Z. D. Holland MATANZAS INVESTMENT COMPANY I of 150 feet thence In an
from Atlanta, Ga. and Mr. and I -a Florida Corporation Easterly direction and parallel
I Ij Plaintiff with the North line of said
Mrs. James Richbourg from S1.I Supt. Public Instruction -vs- Government Lot 1 to the ordinary -
Augustine, and'Mrs.'Zilli$ Cheat-! ; DAYTONA BEACH HOLDING high water mark of the
; CORPORATION, a dissolved Atlantic Ocean then in a North-
ham from Jacksonville. Florida Corporation etc. et al westerly direction along thehigh
-- Defendant.Green's water mark of the Atlantic
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Ocean to the Nortiieastcorner
I of said Government Lot I, i
I thence in a Westerly direction
along the north line of said
Government Lot 1 to the placeof
beginning, and being Lots 1.
Fuel Gas 2 and 3 of Block 1 of Kanaha
Subdivision according to a plat
I thereof recorded in Plat Book
2. page 42 of the Flagler Coun-
ty, h IOrloa'records..
Parcel No. 2: Beginning at a
I point where the westerly rlj ht-
of-way line of State Road AlA
Christmas intersects with the north boundary -
Special I line of Sections 22 and 23,
Township 11. South. Range 31

East southeasterly and running direction thence along in a

the westerly boundary line' of
State Road AlA a distance of
100 feet; thence in Westerly
direction and parallel with the
Northline of Sections 22 and
,
} 31 23 'of East Township.li to where South.it Intersects Range
When You Buy This RANGE\ with the Easterly boundary line
; of Florida East Coast Canalrightofway
Range Features ; thence in a north-
westerly direction along 'the

S You Get This Twin 100 Ib Bot. East'East a Coast boundary point'Canal where line rightofwayto of the Florida East

boundary line. of said Florida
East Coast Canal intersects
1. All Porcelain. with the north boundary line
tie Filled with of said Section 22; thence in a
Easterly direction along the
north boundary of Sections 22
- ,and 23, Township 11 South
2. Automatic Oven Lighting ,Range 31 East to the point of
Gas and
beginning it being the Inten-
tion of the grantors to convey
NO MATCHES I Lots' 1 and 2 of Block 2 in
( ) [ l Kanaha Subdivision and the
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J InstalledFREE Northerly 100 feet of Block 3
in said Subdivision according toa
plat thereof recorded in Plat ,
3. Light In Qven. Book 2, page 42 of Flagler
; County. Florida records except-
ing therefrom that portion of
Lots 1 and 2. Block 2 taken .for r
'4. Oven Cooks Enough For I' road right-of-way.
,
; Parcel No.3: The Southerly
822.75 feet of Northerly 922.75
feet of that part of the unplatted -
Family; Of 10. Plus portion of Section %Z, East
s of Old Canal in Section 22,
.' Township 11 South. Range 31

: 5. Clock &, Timer, ;: r East the Southerly excepting 122.75 therefrom feet of also the

'. unplatted part of the Northerly
:' 922.75 feet of Section %%, Town-
: ship 11 South. Range 31 East.
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1. ) t In the above styled' court by the
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: !> above named plaintiff and you are
Fal.ry leCl.... ; hereby required to. file personally
t : .;. .: or by your attorney with the clerkof
, ,< :5/;, \ : .,; said court your answer or other
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",.., W defensive pleadings to the complaint -
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k 'p.. '- '- '' In said suit to serve a copy i
,1"I thereof uponV III a rd Howatt.
L \ $19950 ; / ). .'" j __ I plaintiff's attorney whose address
Oily i is 500 Exchinge Bank Building
f t.: '" .' S One ThermostaticallyControlled St. Augustine. Florida on or before .
the 21st of
: :, day January. A.D.
19uV and the Flagler Tribune
t which is a newspaper 'meeting the
I ;Electric requirements prescribed by Jaw
for such purpose. Is hereby desig-
nated as the newspaper In which


,:.. ; T ,;Green's Fuel Gas Service' ..':; \ Blanket. a Confeaso this Herein week notice for fall will"shall four pot be consecutive be entered or published Decree against weeks once Pro

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:: Thursday, Dec. 24, 1959 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL FLORIDA PAGE FTVB
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"Phillips:.HallMarriage -RETURNS-HOME /' ,WILLIAM O'NEAL JR. I Mrs.. John Canakaris returned t I I I FREE PAINT ';

FROM HOSPITAL I Mr. and :Mrs. William O'Neal] to her home here Sunday after One extra gallon of your ebota.
I
IsAnnounced Dean Holland has 'returned to of Flagler Beach are the parents j!| a 'visit in Chicago, Ul., with her with each gallon 'you buy
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;r \ his home from the hospital I of a seven pound i'| parents. Her mother recently Mary Carter Paint StoreOraona -
,; where he spent four weeks. I'son born at the local 'hOSPltall!. underwent surgery there and is
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Of interest to their friends is
Beach at Co.alaa B...
- I December.21. He was given the I i reported .as improving satisfac-
the announcement of the mar- Also Westgate Shipping O.terMraflrtfUVWWWSrt.
Mr. and Mrs:. F. H. Howell are j name of William Jr. torily. --
riage of Mrs. Jean Phillips to I! ......
C. Jr., spending' the holiday season inFort I '
Mr. John Hall on \
day evening, December 19 Satur.1 Myers visiting with relatives. -I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kelley Jr.,:i CARD OF THANKSI FRED A. FRUITS
will have as their house guests would like to extend my
The wedding vows were exchanged I during the holiday season his sincere thanks and appreciationto ;: JEWELER
in a' quiet ceremony 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. KelleySr. I my I friends for the many
and I DIAMONDS WATCHES
Mrs. Kiley son
Joseph _
l at the Pinner Home, North ., of Nashville, Tenn. Prayers, cards visits and flowers r
Anderson Street. Rev. Thomas Jimmy of Quebec, City, Canada, sent to during recent .. REPAIRING. ... . .
arrived, last week for an' extended y I me my .-.-. .".... J"IJ ':-':-.. .
Pinner officiated in the single Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller are illpess. Your thoughtfulness is
visit withher parents, Mr.
ring ceremony. spending the Christmas holiday very much appreciated. : :
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and Mrs. Louis Trad. Mr. Kiley
The bride was attired in a weekend in Panama City visiting I Z. D. Holland
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;.- light blue dressmaker suit with "::5--' =- --.4
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.. black' fur trim. Her accessories sister in laws, Mr. and Mrs. Men -who give in if wrongare -
',_ were,. black and she wore white I t Lt. and.Mrs. Charles McKnight I D. Fuller and.Mr. and Mrs. .B.I wise; men who give in If.
gloves. Her flowers was a visited hereseveral' days this 1 :"" = !
t Fuller. right-are married. t
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of sweetheart ,week with his parents, Mr. and
sage pink rose ; i -

buds. Mrs. ,T. K. _McKnight.________ i ii 'dDJ

trip Following the couple a are short residing wedding at 1. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Corley are i]I 'Each of Us Here Wish For You A _. 3'=- ;; -'' I I'Ys. ,
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%f:. the Hall Home, East Ridgewood spending ,the holidays Greenville ) I R -- --- ---4$ _.-=
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; Mrs. J. A. Babbitt and Mrs. M. i
B. Fuller were visiting in Jack. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis 1
sonville Trad for the holidays includeMr. il /
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Mr. and Mrs. ,George Trad ;W
I and daughtesr, Sharon Lee and '

Cecilia Ann, of Parsons, Kansas. And A Happy 1/ \\lU 1959.' I

Guests, of Mr. and Mrs: O. D. .
Robertson for the holiday season And VeryProsperous /

include their daughters and their
families, Mr. and Mrs. Robert -- May the peace,

Smedley and family of Silver t .. :41 I love and good -
Springs, Md., and Mr. and '''Mrs. t.>: New Year will of that first*
Hubert Smedley and family of Christmas 6eJ-

Jones, Alabama. i .
yours forever. :

Mrs. Lady Allen left Saturday Dixicma RestaurantMr. i
for Jefferson City, Mo., to spend I M. B. and Eula |
the with her brother
I holidays I
and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Tom Diamond I Fuller I
'Ralph Choate.
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spent the past weekend in Columbus .

Georgia visiting with j'vvLake.tta.

relatives.Mr .. .
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We grczl all our good and children, Michel and ,Gordon W I .'

friends and; customers of Marathon, Florida, are "- ,
and extend our thanks I visiting, here several days this .
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Mr. and 'Mrs. F. A. Tally are
Black's Mower Shop .1
spending the holidays in Eustis H
Jennie Black with their son in law' and
"' daughter, Mr. and" Mrs. Orval
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'' Water Heater. Oceans of piping hot water at
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:. :'.- ;:'''Fob a.Florida..egg.to.be graded i i -Residents l I lof- 'the interdependence- of farm-- GREEK TRADITION :wife
f fresh, It has to be graded ."A"of'betterthe'size City- i Havebnporpuit. -I I and city. : J | makes a hand print on'the
; :. : : A traditional preparation in !:: surface of the dough and :it Is
not. being a Stake 'in or1 I
<# Greece is "Christopsomo"
:._' 'factor*; I I said that the hand print Is proofof
f_ ,t, REFINANCE TOUR DEBTS "Bread of Christ. Before baking
Farm I With J
Term
Products Sales a Long
this holiday treat, the house .
: '.. I f* I FEDERAL LAND' BANK I .
City residents may',not realizeit I

,I but they have an importantstake FARM LOAN
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hJ i9s9ti in the better marketingof R. W. BRYAN t '
'. I Production Credit Assn.. r ", Chiist.4ff
Americans,
:. farm .products. WedDescayl0:00PALATEA.

buy, each year, around $100 billion FLORIDA

,. .g worth of products that
., I started out on farms somewhere.'
: .:. That's more than a third of all
; the consumers spend.
.: money' .
Three-fourths of this bill for We send
you a g
{ farm-derived products goes for
L marketing services, rather than thousand gifts of '

!:t':.f 1 production services. I II joy, love and

i." 1L'r Agricultural outlook reports, i i contentment fa
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market reports and; similar releases -
by agricultural ,agencies w .A during this Yuleseason.

r: comprise a sort of economic intelligence i a r: .
service for farmers:
This service helps them plantheir II tom. 1
': operations more efficiently, \ a. 1959 JJ

. I giving consideration to present .
: and possible future 'demands.It I I

/ helps the producer fit his production ; k
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and marketing to the We extend ,, ,
" 1! needs of his customers in the

r. Glad greetings /j! I city. Along with the producer, to all our 'k
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: efits. .c2 :' q ...
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Urban people also share in 1 of the f ,l'season. I 45k :

the benefits of. research,in agri- # c ? '
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rt cultural marketing. It has con K May you I
t "Smiling Jack"Reese tributed to savings of millionsof find true
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dollars a year in packing and

t. D., Close handling1 various fruits and vegetables 1 [I happiness.MilTon. I ,

r ,- in handling and storing I .
!", -.' I I grain, and in marketing other
. Hi. Mil & Glad 'products it- has helped give

r I buyers exactly what they want, I Motel Flagler Hardware NNJ
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a's! IW TilE CIRCUIT COURT OP marketing. I 1y
KLACLKIl COUNTY FLORIDA. 'I J ?T i ?v iv ? N_
CHANCERY' NO. 3888 Consumers'also benefit direct- --- -- -
OLIVER NORMAN BUGBEE i ly from Federal grading of many

"It V8. Plaintiff. farm products-butter, eggs '
LOUISE BUGBEEDefendant.. beef, 'poultry, and canned or
'" NOTICE: TO DEFEND frozen fruits and vegetables.Meat 'J :
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t 'Bennet bee inspection insures a whole-
t; Rochelle 24 Park.Avenue New! 'Jersey some ,supply of this. importantfood.
/:' You are hereby notified that a .
s, suit has been filed against you in
the above entitled cause; and you
Jf' are hereby required to tile your an- Food distribution programs,
swer with the Clerk of this Court .
,', and to serve a' copy thereof upon I conducted by the U.S. Department ;
, the plalntlf or plaintiffs attorney of Agriculture for the past kI LI a IWJIi IUI/IW
l: S whose name and address is:
W. Cecil Grant I several years, have benefitted a i
'. 407% Main .Street
,: Daytona Beach. Florida vast majority, of'urban people. I
not later than January 21. A. D.
:: 1960. The school lunch program has :
:;, If you fail to do so. decree pro
'-. confesso will be entered against helped more' than 14 million
', you for*the relief demanded In the -
children. Surplus .foods, be-
bill of complaint. The nature of are l .
:' said suit being for divorce. ing' distributed to more than
WITNESS my hand and seal of
r l said Court this 17th day of December seven million needy persons.
A. D. 1959.
(Seal) 11ALPH E. HARBERT
This is instance
,,1. Clerk of said Circuit Court just one more
t: Dec. 24-31 1959'& Jan. 7-14 1960-Itc f Ss. ,

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_Thursday!, Dec. 24, 1959 THE. 'FLAGLER: TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA 'c, .' --. ,PAGE':SEVEN' :
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( lfIt!__' Ut! R! : BURN A BAYBERRY If the flame burns-bright ; Good .Luck will be yoursthroughout
Who Really.Sent 'md'i I --
I the light shine ,clear. the year.
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..ki. ., '" ,'i2'. .4;," .]: That Very First burned a bayberry candleon t@. !'. fa@. ...".. ..t@I. f!@!" .. ;". tIIIl". ". ."
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1. Christmas Card? life and ''a happy one. Good wishes for the Season,

What Is generally conceded to And old verse reads: I -ft

I t 11 With all be -the first card specifically designed To learn your luck for the Good :for ihe Year,

Christmas greeting they' ,Ill ,.'
t our hearts as a year say
I the card designed in England by Burn a bayberry dip onChristmas ;:
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s we wish Good wishes for a Lifetime j
J. Horsley for Sir Henry Cole (in : Day. ,
t each of you I 1843)-did not meet with an en- ,

I ,f."v joy this thuastic reception. Sent to his I i Filled with Happiness and: Cheer.J. &

Yule season.Moody's personal friends,. Cole's card had THE OUTBOARDER .
side panels which depicted the
w Authorized Evlnrude DealerBOATS J
feeding of the hungry! and the
ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
clothing of the naked. This was I
f Dockage. Storage Free Ramp
Frank and Martha Mercer
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well and good. objections WE FINANCE '

lw 4 j to the card arose from the illus 825 tfallough' Rd-Daytona I' ,.

tration in the central panel-a I _
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scene, in whcha; middle-class -- '. "
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I! Moody's society a woodcut of St. .Nicholas : "- ,. ... of. .
which bore a Christmas '\.\11/ '

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f 1 TY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. by John M. Wolff Philadelphia : .' .' /t.1/ -' j; '"" .

f IN CASE RE: No Estate of printer. The sheet, 10 inches by :fi.. ". ; F i', ', IN ,:.
5 MARGUERITE GLEASON 15 inches, featured \ -n. .i -
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS Deceased. I of, C.C. Moore's ''The Visit .- 'l 1 1
All creditors of the estate ,of of St: Nicholas" and as well carried :; : : : 1 ;It !
MARGUERITE deceased ,
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are hereby notified and reQuired I the 'greeting, "A Merry ..'" ,: t :.
to file claims or de- .,4 P
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mands which they may have Christmas and A Happy New '
against said .estate in the office of Year." I a
the County Judge of Flagler \ :
County. Florida in the Courthouse The first commercial venture 91'Jj: \ *
at Bunnell. Florida, within eight ( .
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the first publication of- this .notice. made in*1863+when,an Eng : /I, .\ -'; .
Eachclaim or demand must be in .
writing and must state the placeof lish firm hired Punch cartoonist i- '
residence and post office address \
of the claimant and must be sworn c.H. Bennett to illustrate a se- 'r.

I to by attorney the claimant, or it will'his become agent void orhis ries'of cards which were sold in I \ J ,1 ",
according to' law. that year as "Christmas compli ';/ J ,! "
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guerite Gleason. MINCE PIE t. $ I .
First publication on December 17 '
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resents, the gold brought by the I. ..c'i. i ,
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IF) ._ F.. 'L., Brannam R. L. H.awkins'W.," ; ''H. Rutledge ,-- ;
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of all' the good things that make a joyful, happy, and :t I F. G.' Francis : Miss Mary Harvey A. Wright ..

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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 24, 1959METHODIST

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9! /Lh L T.u. CHRISTMAS PASTY HOLIDAY CUSTOM candies, nuts and fruits and 'is In its earlier years Detroit was f

ge, Mrs. Chester Montgomery en- I In Czechoslovakia, the Christ surrounded with singing and proclaimed as "the Constantinople -

teratined members of the Intermediate t mas tree _is/the center of much dancing until the, New: Year at of the Western World."

TO: HAVE Baptist Training Union i attention during the holiday which time the.children, eat the

:PECIAL CHRISTMAS SERVICE Class at her home on, Sunday II season. The tree is decorated goodies before the head of the IN TilE CIRCUIT COUIIT. SEVENTH

+' The Flaglre Beach Methodist'lurch afternoon with a Christmas par- with many candles, assortedBUNNELL household discards the' tree. AND FOR JUDICIAL FLAGLKH CIRCLIT COUNTY.FLORIDA IV.

will have a ,special ty. Mrs. Ethel Mellor assisted I ,, IN EQLITV. EQUITY

Christmas service ,of carols .and Mrs. Montgomery in serving 1'I I OSCAR NO. 3883 RALPH FOLDS '

candles at r11 P.M. ChristmasEve meat sandwiches, potato'salad, Plafntlff.vs. .
G LODGE No. -200 .
Electrical Work
at the Flagler, Woman'sclub pickles, hot chocolate and cake F. & JL II. 1'1 TOMMIE RUTH FOLD

building. '\ to the group. Phone ID 7-3589 can NOTICE TO APPEAR Defendant AND
'. Rev. Reynold Hoover, pastor,I those Meets First and Third Tuesdar II or ANSWER
Among present were:
HARRIS APPLIANCE CO.
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IN 1HE NAME OF TRia STATE
Extends invitation to the :
an Dean M. Peterson W. M. '
Della May, Linda Mellor, .Mar Harold EmeryMerry I OF FLORIDA.TO .
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public for this event on Thursday JOHN A. CLEGG Secy. : TOMMIE RUTH FOLDS
: gie Schatz Diane Springer Bar- G Sells Avenue
evening. The new 'choir -- -- -
bara Weaver, Nathan Bruce, Ben Atlanta. Georgia
will take in the 1 < c P:! t':! You are hereby notified that a>
part program
Benson Dave Snider ana Rich suit has been brought against you
and refreshments will 'be. servedat ? r In the Circuit Court Seventh Ju-
ard May. dicial Flor-
Circuit. Flagler County.
the conclusion by ladies of I ida in Equity by OSCAR RALPH "
'the church. jj FOLDS Plaintiff and you are
Ivan Ingle arrived from Barton hereby required to file personallY.
Vt.,. to spend two months. Christmas or by Attorney. with the Clerk of
j( said Court your Answer or defenses -
I' to the Complaint in said
CLASSIFIED suit on or before the 2nd day of
.Mrs. Nettle Brusich was a I & February. A. D. 1960. and also to
serve a copy of your Answer or ,
weekend visitors in Ormond
defenses upon Messers. OSSINSKY
Beach with her son in law and I'O "& KROL.. Attorneys for Plaintiff
ADS }j at their office at 411 Main Street.
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Peter Daytona Beach. Florida on or before -
I the 2nd day of February. A. D.
Llatlw u... ala lead. ... Dzioba. I .,' I 1960. as required by the Florida
2 eeata per w..* each tmmvrtlmm. i! Rules of Civil Procedure and herein -
SO eeata U mIR lB nm eharce fall .not or a Decree Pro Con-
,Mrs. Myrtle Streeter has returned Brannam's Food Market fesso and Final Decree. will be en-
FOR SALE-3 bedroom house, to her home here after I|| tered against you by default. _
are further notified that the
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corner lots, priced $8,500. Contact I spending several months in Detroit naoeu of the Court in which said
H. E. Anderson, 410 N. An I $ I suit has been instituted is the Cir-
i I I cuit Court. Seventh Judicial 'Cir-
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derson. 12-24-Itc V. Levi, Sr., Melba 'jj cuit of Florida in and for Flagler
I I I \ County in Equity and that the
TORRENT: bedroom furnished ,Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brede are f title of said suit is as hereinaboveset .

house with garage. spending Christmas In Orlando ii : Nancy Mary Susan You are further notified that the
4 _' nature of said suit is a suit for
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tral Ave., Flagler Beach. with his 'daughter and son in f divorce a vinculo matrlmonii.

HE 9-2318 or see Zeke law, Dr. and :Mrs. William H. \\l Levi Jr. James Alan office WITNESS at Bunnell.my hand Flagler and County.seal of ,

12-24 tfc Kelley.Mr. 1 r Florida, this 16th day of December -
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A.D. 1959.HALPH
N ,Ed Powell Anna Wetherington E. HARBERT
FOB SALE-Strauffer Massage ,and Mrs. Wilson Lowe As Clerk of the Circuit Courtof

Table, 1959 Model. Call HE and family were visitors in ji3j ( Court Flagler!Seal County.) FloridaCircuit

9-2318, or see Margaret Chaffee, I Winter Haven last Sunday with *- Howard Swank, Jr. OSS1NSKY Solicitors for& Plaintiff KROL I

Flagler Beach. 12-24-tfc relatives. M. .411 Main Street
I l I Daytona Beach. Florida
Dec. 24-31 1959 & Jan 7-14 19CO-4tc
Rawleigh business now open
I I :Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mark -
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in Flagler County. Excellent op. t
portunity. Write at once Rawleigh's I I I and family from Marathon, FlorIda -
have been several :
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days at their place here on \ for potato
phis, Tenn, 11.26 & Dec.-10-24-3tp Daytona Ave. growers .

FOR RENT-Furnished 6-room

. and 3-room ,apartments, $30.00 Mr. ,and Mrs. Clarence Weaver '' y' Now you can get effective long ,residual -

: per month. Capitol Motel, Ko- and family are spending the : '"

rona. Phone ID 73649. Christmas holidays in North (

1.2.1O-U Carolina with relatives.Mr. : :: 't ,0
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SEPTIC-- TANK- -,-_.cleaning reason<# ,.: SOUTHERN POTATOWIREWORM _

and Mrs. Walter Eber- ; : .
I able rates. George Jarosz, PhoneID :
\ hardinger are receiving congratulations : ; ;J
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JOHNSTON'S, I I I new son last Friday morning.: ,.' ( ; \ I'I I


Dave Snider and Ben Benson, "
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FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. stationed in. Jacksonville with :Ji ;

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, the Navy, spent the weekend :\ L. >
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WATER FRONT, FARMS, here with Mr.: and 'Mrs. Robert ; ,, ..' ,
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Office Phone HE 9.2032 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Preston :#: WITH .: >:

I Residence. Phones ID 7-3691 drove to Jacksonville during the'I ') _' "' ;.J; .
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"""-"" Miss Carolyn Preston, who is in I -' .: "'"

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Carolyn is to be home for Christ-.I :, .


I TV Bob I mas. MISTLETOE', FACTS r < FAll NO N NSOIL .'". '". .


SERVICEall J' :-. ;,
Mistletoe traditions are said

makes to have begun with the ancient ii, INSECTICIDE, TREATMENT H1 .

Druids, who' attributed great ,.
Sales,Tubes and powers to the plant.< It was supposed .. ;;. -
: Now versatile Diazinon-The standard for !" ,
Antenna Installation to keep away witches and ::: I, multiple insect control on fruits and vegetables -: "

prevent diseases, to encourage -: is accepted for use as a soil insecticide for r. ,-. .;.. .:
PHONE HE 9-2204 fertility and good luck. Mistletoe 4" control of Southern Potato'Wireworm. ,'

. .| means. "all ,heal.", ." ',- f"N This is good news to potato growers. These "- '
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Merry Christmas t" :'' 1 t P Diazinon prior-to' planting protects tubers t

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c .\ -, pests attacking potatoes including flea beetles '_ ."
xl: ;: Colorado potato beetles and dipterous '" '
be complete 'without ,an ex- LL leaf miners. Ii>: i
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s '4's safe Diazinon fields :
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.. 'pression': of sincere hanks I .. :;, .- -f': ; .5 'as a soil treatment prior to planting..Use sufficient -. ".
'. 'water to achieve thorough coverage. Then mix "..
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: i for'our many good. friends 'k location of the wireworms.'Diazinon' long residual., :',-
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!" ,- f! .' damage to your potato crop.There is no need to '

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,- protection with Diazinon insecticide-available ,_ ,
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'Rit' C'1oDial ;:: i or DOrINSIrCTIGDLS Call your supplier,right now! : '
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