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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 22, 1960
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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 48, NO. 50 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC. 22, 1960 $2.50 A YEARBusinessmen's :

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I" ChristmasProject HERE COME THE CAROLERS New Blood Bank ':1j


Gets Off To Good I

Great SuccessBunnell &&EIEUiIr

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,.', Bunnell Businessmen Association 1L The Flagler County Divisionof

staged Saturday afternoon Bulldogs cOn Two Blood the Program Volusia-Flagler held Regional its' first .'
Its second "Christmas Proj-
r etc," when a. crowd ,of approxi taking at the Flagler Clinic and .N'" '
mately 500 persons gathered tot' St.. Johns All Hospital here Wednesday afternoon 'j I'
with a total of 40 pints .: I
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see if they were to be awarded .
: one of the many prizes; that, had Conference TeamBy "being given to the blood bank. ',
t' cid The mobile unit of the Volusia-
been donated by members of the '
,Leslie Pache / Flagler Red Cross came"up for '
'. association for: the occasion. ( ) I .
the taking with Mrs. .Spangler -
f' Santa Claus was brought Jnon Bunnell. Hastings St Joseph's and Mrs. :Morey in attendance. :
i a city fire truck. He distrib of St. Augustine and Baldwin / Nurses from Bunnell who as .

* uted gifts of candy wrapped nI I High Schools placed two players sisted in the taking were Gladys :,t
:. colorful plastic bags'to 'the children each on. the All St Johns River 7L Sturman and Mrs. Etta. Peterson :

and heard'many a tots Conference football team at a 5 l R 1 of the hospital, :Mrs. :Margaret ;.
I- wish for presents,'oh Christmas meeting of the coaches held last Cook and Mrs. Mary Boswell.

t. ._ eve night. week in St Augustine Dr. John, Canakaris was the attending \-y'
Prior to .Santa's arrival the: Taylor of Pierson and'Crescent physician. Hospital Ad. -:
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',-;;." High School Band, under direction City placed one man each. The ministrator Homer Bentley gave }.
,'f' f.-' of Walter Morris gave a squad was limited:to 10 players:, the first pint of blood. He also :

. concert of Chifitmas music. as only one all-star was chosenat assisted in thejtaklng.. _
tV Awarding,of, prizes to adults I the ends position.The ,N, 1 General Chairman D D. Moody

.'. started. << ;at'a80 'but the proceedings I feWewIng.make: .. up .the' --- ----- -'-----,.-- -- ,and_ Secretary: Gwen McGriff also' ...
twf( 4faterrwpted*' several 'A11CoePuc ..t aaortiiepas; B& vf --assisted with the 'taking. {
.. Rites
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1biptDf 1 Graveside
times by ,Dewing train and a season, : > i s Others assisting were LornaGallawajv f
f,. fire thatj roke out in the .south : Ends: Reid'Robertson., ttnnell. I i t I. GertrudeRamsey! ,
r: eastern.section of town But all '.(Only one end selected)?* Wednesday A.M. I I Held Sunday For Mary Ketus '" Holland, Freda

i in all-it was a successful event Tackles: Charlie Weigel,Hastings Deed, Naomi Pellicer, Jeanette

.. for the business group, and. they ; and Durb Cobb 'Baldwin* !In Local HospitalJames Charles M. King Bertha, Phyllis Barber, and Jo-
are,'already 'planning for next Guards: Ronnie I Canakaris,, of !! g.1 1 ann Crews. -
1
.year butat a Different location. Joe Local' takings will be held
; : Bunnell, and Sequl1 ,/,St. C. Blankenship Graveside funeral services for -,
i .
,' ''.Prizes awarded were contributed Joseph's. ler Beach died Wednesday mom- I Charles .M. King were held at each first and third Wednesdays :

by members of the association Backs; Mike Thigea ,Hastings, fng In the: local hospital. J f 3, p'clock, Sunday afternoon at j j'I of the month. The next one will
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f and.$86 In cash was contributed Jim Morris, Crescent City;, Frank- Mr.- Blakenship was a native Hope Cemetery. Rev. Thomas i be held January 4, 1961. :r

by other members. The I Jaquett-. Joseph's; Larry Hill, of Ashland, Ky., but had lived I'I Pinner, pastor of the First Baptist Those from Bunnell giving :.

.list includes: I Hill, Baldwin. irk "Flagler Beach for, a number, Church of Bunnell, officiated.Mr. i blood were Cliff Sheffield, Ray .
t' Biddle< Service Station, auto Honorable mention: Tony of years. ,He was 83 years of !I King was found dead in !, Carle, Joe White, Eugene Nip

floor .mat; Flagler .Hardware'l Wells, Taylor; Clay Gooch. St.Joseph's age and was a retired carpenter. bed ,at his home late Thursday i iI per, Shelton Barber Willard
i j I
electric mixer'set Baker 5 & Spivey, Jimmy Hargett,
; :
.' ; Joe, Parker, Hastings; He was a veteran of the Spanish afternoon. He apparently died',
l. storea, luggage sot and a child's :Bill Redman, St Joseph's; Joe American War. I a heart attack In. his sleep. DeWayne Metts, Sam Hay-
: tool kit. Moody Pharmacy, an Harreli good, Roger Edwards, George
; St Augustine D&B. Mr. Blankenship is survivedby lot was born in Perry Florida
equipped picnic basket. Durrance, Cecil Rider, .Rudye
I _. his wife, Mrs:: Emma Blank. had resided in Bunnell most
I-i' '. Fred Fruits, Jewelry a cookietray Shamblen, Charles Smith, WilLiam
I of Flagler-Beach and two
enship of his life. He. was 63 years of,
a charm bracelet for girls, fng reel; J&.J' Seafood & Poul brothers. Otis of Ashland,'Ky,I I I I age. Johns .J. H. Dawson, Louis

a bread tray, a key' chain fora try, one Chinese checker set; and Charlie of California Steflik, Walter Johns, Jim Craig, .
boy, a girls cross and' chain, !McDaniel Service Station, one: Funeral services will be held Survivors Include two brothers Gladys Sturman, Fred Geller,
and a: boys tie clasp. i trailer hitch t>tinn Hardware & C. B. King of Bunnell and : Homer Bentley, and Rob Deen. '
Friday: from the Community ro.
asister
,Rodgeretter Grocery, "a doll a Supply Co.; pair of skates and C. A. King of Tampa; From Flagler Beach were -

r- tey truck, and two $15 grocery II and a. ,deep fryer. :Memorial Church In Flagler I I Mrs. Ethel Howell of Orlando. Robert Schatz, Hugh Arnold, Bob
*trade; certificates; Western Auto .Cash contributions were; A. C. Beach with Rev R. W. Dickert Also surviving are two grandsons Kendal, Tom Galloway, Dean

Store, sc toy pistol, a skill ,and Rodgers, $10; Bunnell Timber' officiating. Interment will follow and several neices and Peterson, Stanley Springer,

action game, a doll, a spinning Co., $15;, Flagler Tribune, $10; at Hope Cemetery.The nepl ews. George Preston, Harry Kuleski
target''and a' radio. Allen Reynolds, $15.00; King's body will rest at the Craig Pallbearers were Home BrooksLouis ,I Aubry Spivey, Bert Lonngren,

'Shelton Super,Market,two sets I l Restaurant 5.00; Roy Buckles, Chapel from Thursday evening Woods.Jim Bray, Eric Lee' John Cannon, and Etta-Peterson.

:, of"'R&,H stamps of*$2,500 'each, $ .OO;' H. T. Cook j $10.00; J. J, until 12 o'clock Friday and at BIlly 'Wadsworth, and Rodgers. ... .From Ormond Beach were A J.
:.' two '12pound*hams and 2 toys I I Kelley,:$5.00? Hersey Body and the church from o'clock.. to the I Turner. .' Bailey Sevier Davis and Burtis

,, for children, :Harrris Appliance, Paint shop; $3.00; Tony Kahlert, funeral'hour. I Craig Funeral Home of Bun- Goodnough, and John Vaughn
.;, an electric .coffee percolator; $3.00; and Lewis barber Shop Craig Funeral Home, of, Bun I nell was "|n charge of arrange of 'Daytona Beach. '

'' Jones Sinclair Service .Station, $5.00: nell is In'charge of arrangementsBulldogs ments. E;W.. Eatman, Gertrude Ramy-
'gift certificate 10 one oil change Persons who did the work on sey and Robert Bratcher were

and one grease:job. comrpittees to stage the event -- / ; '. .. scheduledbut could not give

'Dixiana Restaurant, one dressed were A. M_ McDaniel and.D. D. Drop Kuleskl 7 for the Bulldogs. blood on this date. Thomas Pin .

t turkey'; Riverside FurnitureCo. Moody, ,general_ arrangements; : Bulldogs Ig ft pl. tp ner, who has a rare type of

., 'two '''foam pillo.ws'and one: Mrs.. Margaret Clegg, Mrs.. Vir- Second Game .- ';' CanakariS ;' 2' 13 5 blood i was held in reserve._ "
t throw'rug; .Black's' Flower Shopa ,-; ginia Moody;, Mrs: Robert Cook, Robson r 0-0 0 0
$5.00'gfft certificate; Bunnell Mrs. Dave Perryman.. and JUrs.Cv .
I Leslie Paths Morris -. 0 1 1 1 Outdoor Lighting -
Dry Cleaners, a $5.00 laundry', C. Shelton, preparation and (By ) tcMlllal"';:: 1 ::0 2 2 .

t gift certificate :and also a $5.00 wrapping. gifts .for"the children; The Bulldogs took a trip to Burned .. .J" : .4:2 0 10 Judging Friday
certificate for cleaning. Jack;Cleg, Stuart Eatman, 0 ---- <'
: dry Daytona Friday night to play Kulesk1 /' :. ..23- 3 T
Anderson's Drug Store, two- dell' Hersey, Mrs. Jennie Black Judging of the Christmas Out-

leather set'and 'a Timex watch; and Mrs. Mildred Kahlert', the Father Wave. The LopezHigh's Green Wave which Green Totals ,9 7 I 9 25 door Decorating Contest, whichis .
-Florida, Power & Light Co., "an Christmas tree, platform, and >' t .- sponsored by the Bunnell
had 1.19 season last .
electric knife sharpener; Bran- band; Mrs. Charles Creal, )Irs. scored a 'their second win in year,as Green *aves'.. t 'fg gt'tp Lion's Club, will be held Friday

'JWn's;Fooi :Market, _a fruitcake, M., B., McDs.ntel .Mrs. D.. _D. Kull 5 23 1 evening, December 23, members ,
the
taking Bull.dogs'
starts by -. .
.a .dresSedurkej", a, toy school, Moody, ,Mrs. 'Helen Sullivan, assembling many 4225. The Green Wave led Lager a ; .3 1 3 1 of the club said today. i
''bQs;-and a.'bag at:assorted toys. : gifts,. placing gifts, holding 16-8: ad- Jackson: i = :\ ,:.6 23'14 First prize offered is $10.00 in ;
all the ,
:Citizens Bank of Bunnell, aJ$50.00 'placing;'envelopes on tree. way at half time..a Koch', '' 1 2f ,Q 4 1 cash. _Cash prizes of $5.00 and
Savings Bond;' Rice'rv- D. D.. ,Moody, public address vnntage Myett -:: 1 i-1 3.$3.00 will also be given for sec

ice Station,',,two gift certiflcates system; Levi Brannam cleanup; John Jackson had 14 points pugh ",:0w0 2'0'' .ond and third place winners. ,
each'tor-3&:gallons of gasoline.. and John HaraHn to secure Santa and. Kull 12 to Joe' Kilbride'" 1000 2 f' All those who have outdoor
S t : ,, Bob : pace ,..,.,. '_... .. ",,,;, ,# ,- -- ,. ..- .I -
,Greens'Fuel.one,set of dishes; Claus;" "M. B.: Fuller, master of I Madden's Green Waves.. Jerry f Ijghting are asked to have their
Universal' Car Service,. one fish- cerem ieS. Burnsedhad 10 while Harry Totals :- -' 17 812 42 e lights on' Friday everting.

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c ;_ PAGE TWO 'THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 22, 1960, .

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; Atomic Clocks May time to rotate around its axis. er is adjusted to vibrate at pre slowly as it Is moved closer to 1 I-IN TILE COUNTY- JUDGE'S.COURT" -. l t

Jx : I'f The globe now slowing down, cisely'the same frequency as the a, large body. .I i TY CASE FLORIDA NO.' 555 IN PROBATE*,-. -. S ',

I takes about one-thousandth of nitrogen, atom. This very, very These theories ,be t IN RE: Estate of }r
, : :> Lose Only Second I may t.ed.1| FRANCES STANISH. 4 .
a second longer to turn than it steady movement controls the eventually by;placing an atomicclock : 'Deceased. 5; s ;

did three years ago. The rotation motor of an electric clock. in a satellite and NOTICE OF FILING PETITION ." ;
In Millions of Years comparing FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OFi _.;_ !
,> is uneven due to a slight In 1960 Harvard University its record of time with that [i NOTICE EXECUTOR '_"'.' "
IS
HEREBY
Science is starting to tell time wobble.To scientists announced the devel- of Identical atomic clocks on [- I have filed, my final returns GIVENthat t I

'F.': with, clocks so accurate they make a really accurate opment of a still more accurate: the ground. Satellites not only as FRANCES Executor of the, estate of ,
flied j
. ; may lose only one second in d maser, using high-energy hydro travel at 18,000 miles an hour; :that I have my pet onsfor
r scientists eed distribution
clock
a phenomenon and for final discharge
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}. millions of years. *.**jh, that occurs, with gen atoms trapped in a quartz they are far less affected by I and that on January 5.., 1961 I will y
t' extreme apply to the
; The fantastic precision Is made regularity. They found It bulb. The oscillating atoms give gravity than objects on the Deen. County Honorable Judge of Duane Flagler-A.

the off a 21-centimeter radiation earth's surface. \County, Florida for approval of
" : possible by absolutely
'''. in the minute vibrations of the said.final. returns and for an order
; steady vibration of atoms, act- atoms. Each type of atom has chorus which is so steady that .,of distribution and for final discharge 1
as Executor
the clock is reported to have an of thewill of
,
ing as pendlums in timepieces FRANCES '
:
; STANISH deceased. 1
is own' particular frequency o( The boiler of the steam
:,, as revolutionary as the, sundial constant vibration. accuracy of one part in a'quad- parts PAUL ,JAMES SrANISH'Executor- I
incredibly engine, some of the'boiling vats '
,:, of 1400 Br C., the National Geographic rillion. This means, theoretical First publication: December 8. 1960. 1
- = Society says. In 1948 the National Bureauof ly, that it could measure time and the huge cane press-.of Da. Dec. 8-1S--9-4tc' t
ar t Standards built a clock vid Levy Yullee's mill IN' "
usingas sugar
with an error of only one sec COUNTY JUDGE'5FCOURT: t
: .: A clock tells time by recording its pendulum the nitrogen ond in may be seen at the Historic, Memorial | FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. "
33,000,000 years. FILE NO.ESTATE 586.
f : the regular recurrence of an atom. The nitrogen atom swings -'' / at Old Homosassa. ofGEORGE -% ,

; event such as the swing of a back and forth at the rate of May Check on Einstein I M. TOMPKINS .

pendulum or a cycle of alter. 24,000,000 times a second. Such superaccuracy will en. RCA I NOTICE TO CREDITORS Deceased.
electric current. A clock VICTOR TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
"nating Three years later Charles H. able scientists to study the minute LIVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST

counts the recurrences and Townes, of Columbia University; rotations of atoms and mol "LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE I SAID You ESTATE and each: of you are hereby ;i

translates the information in was sitting in a Washingtonpark ecules. It also may help determine IN TIlE WINDOW required to file any claims and demands -
terms of 'hours and,'minutes. Southern Radio & Television which you.. or either of you.
'; with "time on hands Einstein's
. my whether Albert may have against said estate in
Earth Runs Slow when he suddenly conceived an theories of relativity are 226''. E. Granada ORMOND-Ph. OR 7-2601 the office of Hon. Duane A. Deen, -
;
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..-:, : But neither the County Judge of Flagler County.
> swingof a even more accurate'ammonia correct.Dr. ---. at his office in the Court House in
t pendulum nor the-,current cycle Bunnell. Florida within eight cal-
clock. With his colleagues, he Einstein's special, theoryof endar months from the time of the .
in an electric clock -is regular devised a new timekeeper called relativity holds that the | first publication of this notice.
scientific 1 CommunityMemorial i Each claim or demandmust be in
.... enough for present-day a maser, an abbreviation for hands of a clock Jurn more slow | writing and contain the place of
/ work. Even the great. "pendu- I residence and post office address of
'" "microwave amplification by ly if it is moving. Thus a clock ChurchInterdenominational | the claimant and must be swornto

:, ;: ;' lum" of nature-the earth itself stimulated. emission of radia- placed in a vehicle traveling at I by the claimant, his agent or ,
t attorney or the sameshall be void.
take the
-does not always
same- tion." the speed of "light would come JOHN L. TOMPKINS,
AIR ,CONDITIONED Administrator of said estate.
The first maser worked by to a stop. According to the general First publication on Dec. 15, 1960.

:' .. '', I f picking up the radio wave theory, the rate at whicha Daytona Ave. Dec. 16-22-29 & Jan. 5- tc

I which an ammonia molecule clock runs also depends on the FLAGLER BEACH IN TIIE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN

/ i I' emits each time its nitrogen strength of, the gravitational Sunday School 10:00 A.M._ ,AND FLORIDA FOR FLAGLER IN PROBATE.COUNTY -

," atom vibrates. The wave recelv.I field it is in. A clock ticks more Church Service 11:00 A.1-1. CASE NO. 568
IN RE: Estate ofMARGUERITE

: I ---, I R. W. DICKERT. Pastor GLEASON.Deceased.

dill I EVERYONE WELCOME NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
S j : .......... EXECUTRIX S
t I TOF- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
INTIIE CIRCUIT COUt that I have filed my final returns .
tI FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA as executrix of the estate of
IN CHANCERY NO. -4172 MARGUERITE GLEASON deceased -
I WANDA MONTROY. ; that I have filed my petitionfor
Plaintiff, distribution and for final discharge -
"IS, and that on ,January 5.
( CHARLES LEO MONTROY. 1961. 1 will apply to the Honorable
Defendant. Duane A. Deen County Judge of
NOTICE TO DEFEND Flagler County Florida for approval -
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO; of said final returns and
Charles Leo Montroy for an Order of distribution and
Niagara Avenue for final discharge as executrix of
Niagara Falls. New York the will of MARGUERITE GLEA-
I Toil are hereby notified that a SON deceased.
-' suit has been filed against you in S/ ,Josephine Quimby Gadapee
; \ the above entitled ,cause; and you First publication: December 8, 1960.
I ......wFwFw..ti.r. are hereby required to file your an- Dec. 8.15-2-9-ttc
swer with the Clerk of this Court
. ; IP YOU HAVE NOTHING- and to serve a copy thereof upon IN' TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN

:. MORE TO GIVE\ :YI4AN the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY
F -
W
f is
whose and address :
name IN PROBATEIN
FLORIDA.
." A SINCERE GREETING; The Christmas card as it is tions is the personalized Christ* Ray Selden *' J RE ESTATE OFDEXTER'LOWELL .

,.> YOU'RE GIVING A LOT- known today, II appeared-In .Eng. mas cardthat features ..photo Selden Building/( */ KNIGHT '
800 Main Street deceased.
land during the 1840's. There is a graphs. Daytona Beach. Floridanot NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll

t l dispute over, who>" designed the Making them is not as difficult later than January.6th. A. D. Creditors of. the estate of
"' 1961. Dexter Lowell Knight, deceased
first card, but' .it is 'definite that as it may sound. If you fall to do so decree pro are hereby notified and requiredtofile ,
they-were on sale in London shops confesso will be entered against 'any claims or demands which '
f : We all take .this opportunity 1850. Snapshots of ,the children, the for the relief d Thennature the they may have against said estate -
bill
: by entire family, or your home will of complaint. of In the office of the county judge
r.. to wish you and ,your family said suit being for divorce. of Flagler County Florida in the
of
;: 4 The custom of'sending greeting convey your message' season'sgreetings. WITNESS my hand and seal of Courthouse at Bunnell. Florida.
i';". a, very' Merry. Christmas and cards has, spread until it is big Ior example, a pictureof said Court this :"Oth day of No- within eight calendar months 'from
a Happy .Neavv Year. vember.' A. D. 1960. the date of the first publication of
f business in this country.Over two children arranging alphabet '
.t.. (Official Seal) I I this notice. Each claim or demand
...o. and a half million will be 'mailed blocks to spell "Merry Christmas" RALPH E. HARBERT must be in writing and must state
r. favorite Clerk of said Circuit. Court ithe' place of residence and post
in the. United States this year. is'a I I'
Dec. 8-15-2-29-4tc I office address of the claimant and
.
.
They will cost, about a quarter Or the children or entire jam-. OFD must be sworn to by the claimant
< IN THE CIRCUIT it
his agent or Ills attorney or
. 2w billion dollars and will require the fly grouped before a fireplace FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA will become void according to law.

,,-- I Post Office to,hire ,an extra quay opening paekages'has proven pop IN CHANCERY NO. 4181 DATED this 29th' day of November .

a ter million workers to handle the ular with those who like to make. PHILIP E. GIBSON.Plaintiff MILDRED 1960. FLORENCE KNIGHT .

: .If.. CAR SERVICE tremendous volume. The postal their own cards vs. Administratrix of the estate of
'.: LELA W. Dexter Lowell Knight, deceased.
department will collect approx. Remember: to keep -it simple. GIBSON.Defendant.. First publication on Dec. 8, 1960.

rf. .: imately 90 million dollars in postage After you '!have taken the pictureand NOTICE TO DEFEND Dec. S-15-2-29-4tc' '
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: !
" .'. EQUIPMENT USED < I from these cards aone. have the necessary prints, Lela' W. GibsonGreensboro. I IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT FLAG-
your professional photographer North Carolina LER COUNTY FLORIDA. NO.

i.. I DtEWobD'73272 I Modern Card. ... can show you a selection of Christ- suit You has are been hereby filed notified against you that In a I HASTINGS 4107'AGRICULTURAL, -

I One of the more recent Irmova- mas folders. the above entitled cause; and you CREDIT CORPORATION a S
are hereby required to, our an-I corporation
.. swer with the Clerk of this Plaintiff, .: .-
t! and to serve a copy thereof upon j .
EDA.F: i the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney",,:, ESTATE OFVA! NILSON, de..-* i,.
whose name,. and address Is; deased; CHARLES E. CREAL. j
E*7 I H. T. Cook as Executor of the last Will., S
-' Floridanot and'Testament of Arvid.Nllson -
.' Tf"IJEWELER Bunnell. S
,.":,,: .' .. '_ .:. For Yourv later than January 13th A. D. deceased; SHRINERS HOSPITAL.
_
... T ..'; : 1961. FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN. ,.'
DIAMONDS- If you fall to do so. decree pro a corporation; CORNELIUS '
+ a > REPAIRING confesso will be entered againstyou PERKINS: ,JONS NILSSON;
. for the relief demanded In the BERTIL NILSSON and TORS. j
.. .-........._..--/'rI'rI'J'J"II.fI/4/\/\/tJ bill of complaint. The nature of TEN NILSSON "
t .. Holiday Package said* suit being for divorce. Defendants. .
WITNESS my hand and seal of NOTICE TO APPEAR.
: said Court this 12th ,day of De- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TOt ;
.,' Frank & Glad's cember A. D. 1960. JONS NILSSON BERTIL NILSSON }
and TORSTEN NILLSON.
Official Seal
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m :GOODS RALPH E. HARBERT whose respective address and place I
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SHOE REPAIR Clerk of said Circuit Court of residence la Vetlandavagan 11. ,
Eksjo, Sweden.
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Dec. 15-22-29 & Jan. 5- tc
l."': I W. MOODY BLVD. YOU ARE HEREBY. SEVERAL f
1 Block West of Railroad IN THE 'CIRCUIT COURT OF LY REQUIRED to file your respective I
: \ ;POPULAR BRANDS General Shoe Repair FLAGLEIl couNTY. FLORID answer to the complaint. i
IN CHANCERY NO. 4118 as amended, which la herewith !
served upon you with the Clerk
ROBERT G.
f: i BEER WINE & WHISKEY I FREE PAINT "Is.' FOWLER.Plaintiff, of thereof this Court upon, plaintiffs and to serve attorneys.a copy t i

:M' IRENE FOWLER. Messrs. Dowda. and Milllcan, whose j
One extra gallon of your choice De feadant.t address la 413' Lemon Street Pa-
I latka. later than Janu-,
Florida not
tp with each buy NOTICE TO DEFEND I,
AT POPULAR PRICES gallop you THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: ary 9, 1961.
The nature of the suit la to foreclose "
Carter Paint Store Irene Fowler real given
Mary 5118. E. Frierson Street a estate mortgage
by A.
Nllson. now deceased to

I ,:- TRY OUR DRIVE-IN.. WINDOW Also Westrat jthovplnc Center You Tampa are hereby Florida notified that' a Credit plaintiff Corporation Hastings a Agricultural corporation.
': suit has filed against in '
,, been you dated the 1st day of October. A. D.
t '*. -- : OR the above entitled cause; and you 1958 and recorded In Mortgage. i'
are hereby required to file your an- Book 33. page 193. upon the following -
WE WILL MAKE ANYWHERE IN O. F. ALFORD swer with the Clerk of thereof this Court. lands in Flagler County
DELIVERY and to serve a copy upon Florida, to-wit:
Registered the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney SE% of SW14. Section 9, Township I
I;, CITY LIMITS whose name and address is:
_. 12 South. Range 29 East containing -
: ,. u Real Estate Broker Ray Selden 40 acres. E% of NW" .
;y Selden Building Section 10, Township 12 South.
800 Main Street Range 29 East, containing 80 acres. 1
PHONE Daytona Beach. Florida All of above described lands
t. ID 7-3711 BaaaelL Florida con-
: not later than ,January 1', A. D. more or less. i,
-, 296 1 References
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Itf70U fall to do so. decree pro Records of Flagler County. Flor :
: will be entered againstyou ida.) .
THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized for the relief demanded in the IF YOU FAIL, TO DO SO decree 1
r L' 1 Charlie's Bar bill, of complaint. The nature of againstt you will be entered
Evinrude Dealer, said' suit being for divorce. for the relief demanded J
BOATS REPAIRS WITNESS my hand and seal of In the complaint, as amended. :;
:'" ACCESSORIES said Court this 7th day J&ecem-... DATED this November 29, A. D.
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Dockage Storage Free Ramp .
:;' : -, A. C. RODGERS, Owner WE FINANCE (Official RALPH Seal) EL HARBERT (Official RALPH Seal E.) HARBERT ,t-.i,

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a The New'Year's Eve dance by I ter home on the Intracoastal I I ,. .
Waterway after taking a three I .
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tour in
California.
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LUNA BABBITT rWOMAN'S IN
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the evening December 31, 9 .
Telephone HEmlock 9-2096 -...:.; 'Yf. n
: to 1 o'clock. Holiday of Mr. and E
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;: _, And See Us'
,=*". ':;-=;,, ,.- !I The' club has engaged Robert Mrs. Pal Parker, Sr., are his ;t

CLUB NEWS. JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB. ": Greenwood and his band from brother in law and- sister, Mr. t -at- I
and :Mrs. Guy Chastain of '
Daytona Beach furnish the
A-business meeting of the Regular business meeting of 'music and the theme to will be Miami. Also arriving on Tuesday I'I Sandy's Hideaway I It !

Flagler Woman's Club was held the Junior Woman's Club was I I Mardi Gras. Reservations be were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
1 Mile South of
last Wednesday at the Club held last Tuesday fn Bunnell at I I made by calling Carol Jean At- Weigle with their .two sons,,I FLAGLER PIER : ;
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house with Mrs. Frank Brede, the home of Mrs. Joann Peavy kinson in Bunnell or Theresa Scotty and Phillip, from
presiding. Prior to the meeting Mrs.,Laura ,Reynolds, vice presi I Humphrey at Flagler Beach. boro, Ga.( Mrs. Weigle swains-I I Try Our Tasty l:
the newly formed choral group, dent, presided. Mrs. Joann Crews !niece and will be DINNERS, SEAFOOD, '
under the direction of :Miss Emily read the Club Collect, Th dance: committee membersare as Miss Elsie Durham, a former SANDWICHES' I
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Gage, with Mrs. Ray Lehr at I I I Mesdames ;Joy Steflik, Juan- resident here. -
the organ practiced, for their j j I Plans for the New Year's' ita Heywood, \yard en Spivey COLD BEER I
debut in the near future. I dance were completed... It was I and Carol Jean Atkinson. ,More on page 6) Augie & Ellie Flcrthmonn 'I
I It voted to prepare a Christmas I I
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Letters from the Federation of I basket to donate to a 'needy I

Women's Clubs were read.stress I family and to give $40 to ,Mrs.*I : I

... ing remembering the mentally I Janet Murray for shoes to be j
ill at Christmas. The Christmas .bought for needy school chil ?ArWiiiay rfeafttmr- I 1
party for the, evening of December -I dren. They voted to sponsor the
21,, was postponed ,until December I Volusia-Flagler regional blood ; --
27. This party is to honor bank program.It '
members and their,husbands.The TOP VALUE STAMPS s.
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FOR GIFT WEARY BUDGETS ..
club will furnish the meat was announced that the AT SHELTONS : :
proceeds from the Christmas ,
dishes and each member.is requested -
bazaar:was $34. Christmas giftsare
to bring a covered dish I -
of either salad, vegetable or being made for Flagler Clinic I L TABLE RITE MEATS I WE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY;" ,
dessert. The supper will beginat & Hospital patients. The bride i ,
6 o'clock and a program has doll was awarded last Saturday I '

been planned.The to Nell, Johnston In. Bunnell.c The I I Armour Star & Wilson's' Certified Hen Comstock No. 2 can
Club voted unanimouslyto next meeting will be held at I I "

back the newly formed Flag. the home of :Mrs. Wardeen Spi- i I, TURKEYS 11 Il. i I..! 491INCEMEAT'PIE! -' 39c
ler County Blood Bank and to vey at Flagler. Beach on Janu Ivg. .
assist in ary 10th. -
any way possible. TOM TURKEYS 16 to 20 tb avg tb 43c Nestle 1 tb can
Mrs. Florence Schwenk reported I i
on the Festival of Fun show.ing Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lowe re- Lean Tender QUICK can 43cShurfresh -
: the club benefitted greatly ceived news last Wednesdaythat :
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law, Mr. and Mrs Edward Lowe : -
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all those who worked so dili 1 tb box '
gently: have a new daughter,'born that. Armour StarPORK 1
Christmas candies,were passed day in a Lakeland; hospital. She' SALTINES '19c

during the meeting and after. weighed,live pounds and seven SAUSAGE Ib. 39* 1! i
ward coffee and hot chocolate ounces. Campbell's
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'<# was served by Mrs. V. W. Haines, World's Best WsiconsinHAMBURGER 1

hostess, with Mrs. E. P.. Fleurie, Mrs William Babbitt: and son, DAISY CHEESE TOMATO'SOUP. .can," HeShurfine ,
assisting. The Club wishes all Willie, accompanied her parents,f I lba 1b -' :r
the members, and their: famliliesa i Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burkholder, to 3 $129 59 '
.and _t- .'',, : ; -303 cart .
. Merry'Christmas and ,a Happy St Augustine Monday Tues < -. New Year. ,.... day. When Mr--.arfd 'Mrs. JBurk- .. HENS '= DUCKS, FRESH HAMSf: ; : CRANBERRY SAUCE-;-15c** ..
holder made the trip down from Lesuer .
can
:. Sally and Nancy Dzioba Yr.k South Bend, Ind.,-last weekend I TINY PEAS3 'each- :,39: '
' mond Beach, granddaughters of they were accompanied by their American 'Beauty 303 scan

: Mrs.. Nettie Brusich: took part daughter, Janet Sue, and also' Reynolds Regular Roll !. h
... with their ,accordians Sunday his puarents, :Mr. 'and Mrs. Elza : .' ... '< Green & White ;.
ii, evening in a concert presented 1: Burkholder, who stopped, over ALUMINUM FOIL : ach 31C LIMAS 8 for $100.\

r. by Russ Barnes at the Daytona in Jacksonville. Maxwell House 1 ,tb bag

f Plaza Ocean__Room___ Mr. and ''Mrs. Ray Martel motored T! < Waldorf 4 roll pkg. ,
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i1 Douglas Schatz is stationed last week to ,Havana, FlorIda COFFEE 49 .
f. with the U.S. Navy in Jacksonville where they visited with her ;: TOILET. TISSUE 29CFROZEN

it, now after being on a cruise parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B, Limit one with $5.00 food order

i, near Panama the last month. Brock.. -

,:.. 'He had several days leave here' Christmas -oecratisis-Brick ,Can dies-Gift Wrappings-Spices
:o this week with his parents, Mr. Raymond Glaser from Seattle
"., and Mrs. Robert Schatz. Wash., stopped over here,during

;biZ': the weekend to visit with Mr. I Il F FOODS .1 PRODUCE BUYS .1.1I
Ross.
: When Mr and Mrs. Clarence and Mrs. Angus .. : .
'"' Duncan arrived home last week '
: I Birds 10 *: 'u. S. No. 1
Eye pkg.
s and Mrs. T. W. Massie oz.
t,. from Nashville, Tenn., they were Mr. '
'' accompanied by their grandson, from Sylvia, Y.c., arrived to STRAWBERRIES 2 49SWEET. POTATOES 2lSs25C
Steve Castleman. Mr. Duncan's spend the holidays in their cottage for ... j
,, sister, Miss Minnie Duncan, is on Flagler Ave. Winter Garden 24 oz. 'Lg. Stalk Pascal

L coming from Cincinnati, Ohio; MINCE MEAT PIES .ea. 39c>" ."<: -.CELERY 2 for 19c
'-, ,, to spend the holidays with them.. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Win- .1 Large Firm Heads. '
Birds 10 -
Eye oz. pkg. --
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BRUSSEL SPROUTS 2 for 69c LETTUCE head, ,19c
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul port Pa., where they will spend
Hendershot from. Marietta, Ga., the holidays in their former GREEN ONIONS RADISHES NUTS
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MERRY CHRISTMAS the purchase of .

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.,1, With all the Trimmings 25 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS

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PARTY SATURDAY NIGHT '"
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hve r Mrs. Isham Johnston ,
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tained a group of friends at -
I; : LOCALS$. dinner party Saturday night i EVERYONE
1 her home, East Moody Blvd. I
Invited guests included Christmas '
I Itt' house guests, Ethel and I i
, McCabe-Courson BUNNELL GIRLS 4-H .
Beach
Flury'of Palm ; also
:CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS I Cunningham' AND -r' :; I
Engagement, na and Ucal ,
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The Bunnell Girls. 4-H Club and Robert Pickett, Lona I
!. : Announced fnet at the courthouse for a business Harry Griffin, Audry and i These Savings : '
Q Mr. and Mrs. M. E. McCabe of meeting and election of of- Haigh, Clara and Ray : I
Bunnell -announce., the 'engagement ficers, with their advisor Howard thies,, Mabelle and'Cletus PLUS "
-S and approaching marriageof Taylor presiding at the of Daytona Beach; Margaret

their daughter, ,Lana,.to Mr meeting. H. T. Cook of Bunnell. ;. .
Tommy J. Courson, son of Mr.I Mary 'Susan Brannam was Mrs. Allen baked a STAMPS
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and Mrs. Q. W. Courson of.Jack- i elected president of the club cake for Mrs. Cook who .,
sonville, Florida.The and Heidi Eisenbach vice president brated her birthday that day. '.
wedding date has been Allida Tucker was'electedto DEPARTMENT '
p set for December 31, 1960., in 'serve as secretary treasurer. Mrs. William Marshall .
Jacksonville. All friends of the Nell Allen was elected as reporter |rived Monday from Onan Butterball. ;
and Brenca Tucker as chair.. Va., for a visit here with
couple are invited.
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t x I and Mrs. Raphael Sturman. 49e ;
Miss McCabe attended Bunnell man of the hospital committee.The 141bs
High School and was a member District Livestock Show, I Marshall will arrive A
S. of the graduating class of 1958. to be held in Jacksonville 'in I to visit during the holidays.CPO ,
She has resided in Jacksonvillefor January, was discussed and.it, .
the past several o.nJhswhere is hoped that several members Robert French or Whole" It, 490 ;
?: she is employed. will have their calves ready for Tuesday for a visit win is
the show at that time. ily during te holidays. He
The couple will reside in Jacksonville _
..I stationed with the U.S. Navy ROAST
39c:
DANIEL ,BRUCE LEE Washington, D. C. ID

Mrs. Flossie Richardson spent Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lee of Bun- PORK ROLL .
Mr. and Mrs. James Craig,
the past weekend in Holly Hill nell announce the arrival of a
with the Biddle and Upson families son, born December 14 at the companied by their 3 lbs $1 !
and John, left
She left Monday to spendten Halifax Hospital in Daytona Carol son
week for holiday visit in \
days in Fort Lauderdale with Beach. He weighed seven poundsand a
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kansas with
visiting
J; : her cousin, Mrs. Bruce Took. fourteen ounces and has.
1,I been given the name of Daniel : CANDY,
House guests for the holidays! Bruce. Lots of WINE FOR THE HOLIDAY., ,
at the home, of Mrs. George Allen I CandyIs I
Sr., include her son in law Miss Evelyn Van Cott left Fri II I FOODS {
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and daughter, Mr.,and Mrs. Arthur -j day to spend 'the holidays with Consumed \ I
Durshimer of Albanay, Ga., her parents in Ramsey, N.J. She 1
and also their son and daughter I I 'is a student at the Junior Col- By Floridians .
.' in law and Mr. and Mrs. Ar-I lIege in Daytona Beach and is I 2 49C ,
t- S thur. : residing here with her cousins, To fill Christmas I
'''"--- children. ;'Judge and Mrs. Duane Deen.DEC. next Sunday, and to satisfy
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:- Florida, required a sales I I
ume, at retail level, (
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k-', : alc rll at _$35 million this year, .
Florida State Chamber;pf-, 33e
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eat about 16 pounds of
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1: CROSSES PELAWARE. or confectionery products s'r 27c '
: < DEC 2.7.1888:PASADENA U nually. Adding purchases
9 I1 a ROSE BOWL GAMES STARTED. O visitors, total consumption i CINNAMON. NUT
PEC.28.1846: IOWA \ r in the state will come to j_
UNION.PEC.2.9,1851 *
ADMITTFPTO
90 million pounds by year's I 890
: FJRST YMCA
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% .DEC.-30.I90?; BOSTON.FlRF r consumed in Florida are m ,
I{ QU018tTH m&tl
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.' "t \ DEC.3I,189bELLIS ISLAND state," 'the State Chamber i CAKE 790
Christmas OPENEP DEPOT.A*; IMMIGRATION= "as. Florida producers I j

only about 12 percent pf I
market Even then, 55e
manufacturers turned out .
1 12 million pounds. of-sweets
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cluding pecan, peanut arid 590 J
nut candies, nougats, :
t F chocolates ,and a wide : : ., >
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"Although all types of Save Stamps

\ tionery products consumed .
: Florida could not your purchase of $5.00 or

I be made here, the more food order at f
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sugar-producing state," : I i
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Q spite of some storm "' !
weather damage, fall !
of cabbage, cauliflower,
: b broccoli, in Florida is !
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WHO WAS string THAT LADY. 3blb g4ge


May! !your: Christmas be flied with the'bee TOBY Curtis Jet Leigh csl '

., : and' happiness and eternal beauty of the first 1 Deem Mctrtia
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,_ 'Yif&FrfetKfe.. ewry where.....Memf Chftftmttf{ .

.' low and i Sun. &;M n. Dec. ".

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Electric i As an employe of the New I I i iI
Lights I
Continued trom Pace 4 Beef cattle prices were stronger j
ADS England T Telephone Co., he was
in 1959 than any year since
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,able several dozen
FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST to buy
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1 Lilting under thla headingare I Brought SafetyIt I I
: : 3 tent per word each I CHURCH I switchboard_lamps. To prepare'for L11 ,;. -
75 cents In minimum a safer Christmas, he soldered I
taaertloa.j Services held in Woman's!t New them, wires and covered i"
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WANTED- Full Club building. Sunday, England Telephone Companyman them with colored paper. TheBlackwell's TV SERVICE I II

'. 'S man in this area for world's I ber 25 10:30 A.Me Decem-I who made the first Christ- I I I
;: largest shell home builder. Call !church school and. worI mas tree lights. i 4 ALL MAKES i

at EA I ship service. Special music by I I Agent For ,
... ,Jim Walters Corp. I
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the senior and choirs. I Years ago, families used
:Palatka, Fla. .5.5971'1 junior many
4 Sermon theme: "The Spirit of wax candles to decorate their I Restaurant18th RCA & PHILGO i

HOUSE FOR SALE-3 bedroom, I Christmas Has Become a Necessity yuletide evergreens. The burning TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD

. air I ." tapers cast a beautiful-but St. &A1A :
1% bath, central heat and i AND INSTALLED i
The Christmas Eve Candle.!danderous-glow amqng the t
conditioned, 4 lots, red brick and Flagler Beach
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I I
block. Reduced price. ID 73327. light Service t1tl dThe Star tinder dry needles. i TUBES TESTED FREE I IE i E

Still Shines" will be held at 11 [ SHRIMP Ir
2tp"
Dec. 15-22
Ralph E. Morris of Laconia, r
P.M. Saturday in the Woman's CHICKEN
New Hampshire, began the TVBob'FLAGLER I
Club building. Come and bring BARBECUEFISH
*
REPOSSESSED PIANOS We search for a safer substitute for

'-- have' two spinet pianos in this your friends. ,I candles when one of his sons I \ BEACH I

., vicinity, one walnut and one Born to and Mts. William I crawled under his Christmas tree I. SANDWICHES : PHONE HE 9-2204 I
mahogany. These can be pur
Cummins, Jr., Tuesday eveningin ---
,; chased by person with good I II
the Halifax Hospital in ,Daytona
credit, by making small deposit,
and small monthly'payments.. Beach twin daughters..The "

Y Inquire Thompson Music 'Co., weight of one was four poundsfive AREA BUSINESS :"DIRECTORY
ounces and the other four
345 N. Orange Ave. Phone GA. ,
t. 5-4577, Orlando. pounds. Maternal grandparents I --- J I
'121522.2tc are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoff.; AUTO SERVICE CLEANERS FURNITURE

__ and 'paternal grandparents are 1
BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Ormond Bedding and '
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Cummins, Sr. McDANIEL'S
;' FOR S\LE-3 bedroom frame CLEANING Furniture Co. I
all of Flagler Beach. Service Station
home, "00' x 75' lot, $2800.00 on SERVICE Substantial Discounts on. All,

. ,Highway 11. Robert .L. Wilkerson Rev. and :Mrs. Bryan Spiveyand STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Open Daily S to 8 $10 DEDS-SO..AS-FURNITURE Tradeln Covers Down Payment I

ID 73673.1215222tp TiresBatteriesM1nor'RepairsBunnell Phone ID 7-3188 R. S. ROBENBERRY Owner
family from Columbia, S. C. '
115 N. Bay St. Bunnell 69 Granada. Ormond '
Ben.! on-8-111
= arrived Sunday ,to spend the ID 7.7119 t
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holidays here'with his parents, CONCRETE PRODUCTS
PRE CHRISTMAS SALE-Tremendous .. GARDEN SHOPGras
'reductions on new Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Spivey. Biddle Gulf Service '
Garden Center
.Baldwin pianos and organs. GASOILLUBRICATIONGULF Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Headquarters for Gardening Need

Come see us today fpr your Miss Judy Brock is to come by TIRES & BATTERIES CL '3-8113 Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement
airline this week from Green Materials
Christmas and year round pleas. Open 7 A.M-10 P.M.-7 Days .
ure. Open Friday evenings, December ville, S. C, to spend Christmas DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's I Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers I
State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190. TORO LAWN MOWERS (
16 and 23rd. Thompson with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. .Concrete Inc. I
147 Tomoka, Avenue-Ph. OR- 7-051'
:Music Co., 134 Volusia Ave. Day- Millard Brock. Colonial Service StationEARL ORMOND

,tona ,Beach. CL2.8215
.' Dec..15-22.2tc Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weaver E. RICE. ProprietorGXOILLUBRICATION DRUG STORKS HARDWARE

and family are spending %he .
THAT. FAMOUS PAINT
'TOR SALE-Your best buy in holidays in Statesville and Tay- MOTOR TUNE-UP Anderson Drug Store
'
town. New 2 bedroom home. Tile lorsville, N. C. GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Prescriptions Exclusively at

... :bath, electric kitchen, screened -U.s. HIWAY 1 DUNNELLSullivan's =4 Sick! Room Supplies I F
,, porch, terrazzo -'floor, extra big +;" Sundries 1Jtv.JtJ1.' HARDWARE
Gulf Service
'garage with shower and toilet

.'> on water front lot. Third house GULF .. BUNNELL Flagler Beach HE 9.2103

": on Avalon Ave., in Venice Park. GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES
"' Moody's PharmacyFlagler Village HardwarCenter
: AND Beach Information .
r, '3 bedroom home, 2 tiled baths, "Specializing' in Service and County's Corner Drug store HOUSE PAINTS
Clean Rest Rooms"In .
'' PRESCRIPTIONS Match and mix any color
electric kitchen Florida
/ big The Heart of Flaglor Beach
room, 2 single garages, and workshop \ DRUGS-SUNDRIES Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

i or boat house on water AUTO REPAIRS FOUNTAIN SERVICE GIFTS GREETING CARDS

Es front lot. Third house on Lantana EDGAR'S GARAGE AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
Bunnell, Fla. Phone ID 73661
I"; Ave., Venice Park. See 24-Hour Towing Service JEWELER

Emil Huber, builder, Lantana
ri. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
'
f ry4. Ave., HE 92196. 12-15 tf Automatic, Transmission Service PHARMACYSick O. F. BEACH
Wheel Balancing-Front End Jeweler
; BUSY BUYERS Scenes .
FOR SALE-Flagler Beach house Alignment Room Supplies-Sundries Elgin Watches-Diamonds
party furnished. Two bedrooms, like the one above are repeated 24O Granada Ormond-OR '7-O803 24-Hour Prescription Service Exceptional Gifts
all the land at this timeof
i :; CCB, large lot, located on Palmetto over Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt.
the year as holiday gift AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Watch Repairs-Engraving
It'., Ave. In Venice Park. Price AlA 1 mi. North of
shoppers throng in and out of ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 46 W. Granada Ormond Beach
;... 850000.. Call Ed :Mathews, department stores, toy shops, HOLLY ,HILLHYDROMATIC OR 7-2384
It' Gainesville FR 69064. and gift centers._This is part SERVICE Thompson PharmacyYour

-: Dec; 1-Tf.. of the fan of getting ready for Repairing'Rebuilding Health Is Wealth PAINTING CONTRACTOR
Christmas and the crowded
< Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS
,--: ., .. FOR SALE,Charming new 2 streets and stores only seem to Central AUTOMATIC Florida'TRANSMISSIONS tint peelallat! In R. Moody
'- '. 'bedroom'home in Flagler Beach. add to' the enthusiasm. 1239 Rldgrewood Holly mil
In Our Hands
f.: OR 7-1381
Tile roof terrazzo floors, stylishkitchendining
Ormond Drugs A Prescription Shop PAINTINGPhone
room. Sodded 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421
BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO
.'waterfront .lot; direct access to ID 7-3240

t"'; 'Inland: Waterway. Take 2nd St. GILL'DRUG COMPANY BUNNELL, FLORIDA

'to end, turn rt. $12,800.( Contact RJR Walgren Agency'PRESCRIPTIONS -
,
.S' local broker or P.0. Box 457, R pS BAR & COCKTAIL IU\Dlo-TELEviSIOK

;.< Flagler Beach Fla. Dec. 1-tf S SAM LOUNGEOpen
Sick Room Supplies Sundries PAUL'S RADIO & TV
TOR RENT Unfurnished large Under New ManagementCome 19 W. Granada Ave. Ormond Beach Atenaa Sales & Installations

bedroom In and Acquainted OR '7-525O
garage apartment. Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe

.._ Call HE 9.2318, ,or Zeke .
see Beach I
Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler FLORISTS repair all other TV A Radio act
" r Chaffee. 11-17-tf Prompt Service I 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA

y S FOR RENT furnished 2 bedroom I PLACE YOUR ,ORDER WITH US FLAGLER BEACH Blacks Flower Shop I Ormond Beach OR 7-2852

one bath house', Daytona Ave., The Flagler Tribune HOTEL BAR 2 blocks west of Railroad on I NURSERY

/ Flagler Beach. Completely ren' Phone IDteWOod3382 "The Meeting Placeof Moody, turn rjght on Forsythe
ovated. $65.00 ,per month. Keys I Wagon Wheel Nursery
Bunnell Florida Flagler County"Jlm
Ocos&loas
Flowers for All
t can. be picked 'Up at Sullivan's Shade Trees. Potted Plants

l". Gulf, Station._ Nov 10-tf aid Yvonne Servteg" Bunnell Phone ID 7-3348: Shrubs
-- 1.000 plants. free; one with every
;: :FOR RENT on, the ocean 1 .and j albs JHaglrr SribunrBCIC1TBIX. dollar you spend. Thousands of
BOTTLE GASHARRIS FUEL OILKING'S verities at 'reduced prices. Best In
2 bedroom,,,apartments completely FLORIDA town.
.. .rarJ el:.ed. utilities included. BOTTLE Sr TRUCK STOP P48 s. 11.S. 1 Hwy. OrntOBd Beats

:' ,Sensible rate day, week, month, BOTTLE or BULK PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS TRAVEL AGENCY
MRS. M. B. FULLER, Editor
or permanent., Sun Sea.. Motel FLAGLEB COUNTY'S ONLY
formerly FlaglerManor).- HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Delivery In the County on ORMOND BEACH
' ; !)*.!*. ted' OIBelal P bUeatt*. Fuel, Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fue
7-3551
9-15-tf PHONE m TRAVEL AGENCY, Inc.
.tlee Gasoline
for PnfeH 2f t Flade
Help Flagler County'Grow Air. Bus & Steamship Tickets
-v- x->< > > %x-> Omty, M..lelpalltle. therein' at HomeBUILDING u.S. 1 N. 'Busaell ID 7-3676 Tours and Cruises-world Wide
r JOHNSTOFSTLAGLER sad the State .( FUrMa By Shopping --.. Domestic Airline Tickets Always
_
Available at no Extra Charge .
,\ BEACH REALTY CO. SUPPLIES FLOOBOOVEJUXG Next to coquina Barn Ormond
=LOTS, HOMES. OCEAN FRONT. Entered as .**'Oa4 elaaa Matte OR 7-5252

WATER FRONT FARMS February ..I01s at tike .*.totiee WICKLINE Tilecraft Company PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS ,

-ACREAGE at BnnneH, Florida. .ader set .t Building SuppliesCEMENT "LET US FLOOR YOU"Armetmng

.tSee'" Iet, ill est-ate nee 'aarekL 1'". Kentile The Flagler Tribune t
.; ...... CEMENT BLOCKS -
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Installed Publishers
Office.Tent: HE 9-2242 Sold and Printers
; 1 Residence Phones .ID 7.3691 One year-, -SLftO .jl STEEL All Work Guaranteed Phone ID 7-3282
-' .- ,- 'olx :oaonttia.._._;L31i' HE 9-2254 Ormokd' OR 7-3181
: or ID 7.3517 'Flagier Beach Beach Bunnell, Florida
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Thursday, Dec. 22, 1960. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVENi
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!Social I Security Has I because you' are not yet. 50.years can't receive benefits on your
A LEGEND OF. THE CHRISTMAS TREE [f old? husband's account because you

I New Rules NowYour 3. If you area widow. were I,haven't yet been married to him
i' '.. you ever sold that you couldn't 1 for 3 years?'
I Is qualify for benefits on yourhusband's Read the questions carefully,
social: security now
: social security account -J and if your answer to any'one
better than ever. Because of the
+ I I because he died before I of them is "YES", get in touch
I has
1960 amendments coverage
.. ; 1[11940, or had not worked long I Ii with your social security office
been extended, less work under: !
i t i enough under social security? right away. There may be good. "
social security is needed to I .
|I I 4. Have you been told you. new for you.Completely.
benefits, and
I qualify for aper- ]I
son no longer need be at least 1--- r
; 50 years old to receive disability r I
1 insurance benefits. !
!" .. I
Mell D. Eadie, district manager -
of the Daytona Beach so- .1
I cial security office said today New!, :
I that there have. been large -
I El I If I
/ I crowds in his office ever since I f
f iY.l A I the law was changed, and it: Completely Equipped!
shows no sign of letting up. "We S
welcome everyone who thinks :
I ( he might qualify under the new '
law," Eadie emphasized. 'In
I fact, we're glad to see such ,Priced and Designed '
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r+ JatEni,Ma y+waA Ora INFAKT tfuD,cuawc m f:1 rPT,ANDr' BE; crowds because it means wordof .' .
oMUTAKu1 $y P iuING SotDiERS Qr 4-k CP1bQK REUGL UMDtR AVINLTREL "
I the change is getting around. .
,49ZiGOLD[2$ APPRoAeN.DTuLB2EEBENTr>9BPANC41E4 for the farm. ."
TocvHCEAL,4NOSA ,1IlEIlccyIc4suy #Fr.R-tD4 W.w+D >awS&D,
I 4l CN1 D LUW'INa Taii .4uD.l iR fit: 41iP&I CE IF SLICED Eadie suggests that anyone
uurw wist,TaRoucH, tr? 'IrRLR>SHI 1i jm y wwrrt WPPESJ CPA c j. V4 fr w Eg ing question "yes" get in touch t
r __ ,with the t aytona Beach social r

security office as soon. as pos- A POULAN CHAIN SAW
I : I 115.IE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured t sible. QUALITY

1. Have you ever had your
GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM -', application for social security '
denied because you, or the
I I breadwinner in your family, i iI t $14995 ,.
H. T. AGENCY 0. ,
COOK hadn't worked long enough un I I ;
der social security? ,I
: Citizens Bank Bldg Bunnell, Florida I i I 2. Have you delayed filing !I w
for disability insurance benefits:
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: + FREE VALUABLECHRISTMAS '

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: Here Is professional quality In a direct drive chainsaw
: GIFTS made especially for farm work. Poulan's 'KD' is
designed and precision-built for dependable, easy '>
use In cutting firewood, fenceposts, pulpwood, for
FOR EVERYONE JOINING. SANTA AT THE saw logs, for landclearing, construction or orchard
t .
' work.

; GIGANTIC :..; Lowest price ever for a precision-built Poulan chain, .
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saw-$149.95-includes 12-inch guide,.manual oiler
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k" "MILLION 'GALLON"Christmas

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_"Ovejr?.$2200 Profit !in 30 days.with my -. ;:o-
Bellair Plaza
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f" Party r' MEL.ITE.CHAI"1SAW" ;

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t. 'NEAR. WALSER'S PHILLIPS .66', SERVICE STATION .-:' ", + JOHN H.MILLER. s .s '" S.i :.,::... ,

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,: ; FRIDAY. DECEMBER 23- 7:00 P. M. 1'
,_ ., NEWHOMELITE ;'. ," .

&,": '_ ,/.' THE WHOLE FAMILY'S INVITE:' : .. -

.:; SANTA HAS A BIG GIFT FOR ALL ; .
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.:' ': FREE: FAVORS, PEPSI, COKE, COTTON CANDY, SURPRISES CHAIN SAW ";. I

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r' ', .*. SEABREEZE, RUBBER to- BAND ., : %z- .z
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: :. ,. TOP! ,VALVE. STAMPS-33 BIG 'WINNERS. : ; ; r.o.n.FactDrr 5
"-. Mr.Jean Miller is a good example of what .cuts 16 trees in
'L:!.. :.:". .. yen can do with the HomeCte BUZ chain 16 seconds
: : sear to making extra cash.It's simpfe with .fens trees op to 3 feet
. .' ? Our Way Of Saying the new BUt tecasse it cuts so fast,te soweed ia diameter .
ea9tr Ie. haadla U.it for ftRCl,uls.Gerd. ;: -
p : cuts.1 level with pound
., Win lumber and deerin*camp-
5: ::t : MERRY CHRISTMAS And THANKS A MILLION FOR '., .., ,tee., Ask for a free' deaefstntion. (only less bar pCU drain) -


',, ;;: HELPING US BUST A MILLION GALLONS IN DECEMBER '
., : THINK FIRST OF QUALITY
1::: ... ...THINK FIRST OF HOMELITE
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*, t" Fourth grade-Charles Clegg, ria Johnston, Linda Kbbylarski) ; On South Main St. I DEAR

'- John Cody, Patty French, Hal I Kandyce Lovell B uz zy :Mc. f This Is a story that will cause I READY

' King, Charles Herr, Carol Linda Knight, Mary Pache, Cheryl Sko- ,some hunters to turn green with
.' Townsend, Carla Tucker, Glen lar, Saundra Stupka, Mary Ty- envy-after tramping miles over r -

:,. ', 'c rle, John Cook, Nancy: Hargett, dings. I rough terrain and then failed to

'1.::',. George Kosczwanski, Kennetht Ninth grade-Mickey Ramsey'l get a deer. this season. Here it
$- ., 'Simpson, Timmy Spicer, Brenda Tommy Kahlert, is:
'; Townsend, Colleen Tucker. Howard Emery, Sue :King, Kent I
2-t')' Holland. Nell Johnston, Donald Sunday morning about 9:30
;'.{:: :> Fifth grade-Ben Cannon, Sue Barrow, Allida. ,Tucker, Gloria J City. Policeman Wilfred Hunter I \ SOON.AS. T PIN.1SH

....r -l. Broadaway, Clifford Wethering- :Moore, Kathy Barber, Robert i said he was cruising-on South II THE NEWSPAPER..
; '-.'v ton, Linda Knight, Karen Moody, Tucker, David 'Sheffield. Gail Main St in the southwestern ADS. THEY ARE'So

:<* tTony Parker. Wadsworth. section of Bunnell when he saw FULL OF BARGAINS/
.g
,- .' .Sixth' grade-Suzanne Bourne, Tenth grade-:Caroline Clifton two buck deer. He got within

,; : Way ton Cowart, Delores Deen, Sue Cobb, Delores Dickey, Sandra half a'blo k and killed one of
:Kathy Emery, Viki Hein, Vicky them-an with his
Gumble, Carol Hoskins, Don 8 pointer-
.
ATTRACTION There's
....King, Barbara Jean Pache, Linda. na Miller, Barbara Smythe, Michele service. revolver.We something about a; Christmas

;Skolar Steflik, Barbara Weaver, tree, burning brightly in the
dare not doubt his veracity
; Seventh grade-Betty Lynn Quentin Emery.. night, that warms the heart, no
Bourne, Margie Lee Blakely, Lor Eleventh grade-Mary Susan (especially when a guy kills a matter 'how chilly the weather
buck with pistol at 250 feet) I
a may be. Reflected against a
raine Brunk, Sue Ellen Deen, Brannam, Ronnie Canakaris, -
r Sue McMillan, Stanford :[Robert Jamesene Dawson, Elaine Deen, but that is his story and he said background/. city lights this t
he Is sticking to it. He did say, tree is a colorful reminder of tI
son, Brenda Tucker, Linda.Weav. Peggy Hoskins, Dorr McNab, the
significance of this great
however, that he was one .of
,:. er, Sherry Hargett, Marilyn Mc. Boyd Robertson, Connie Shields, hunters who had into the holiday season. I _
gone
Nab. Susan Wadsworth, Florence Williams I.
woods this season. and failed to
-. '; :Eighth grade-Jack Abbott, Terry Sheffield.i get a deer.
,. Ernie Spivey, Janet Salyerds, i Twelfth grade-Mary Joe

:' Linda Dickey, Ida. Allen, Cyn. Daugherty, Polly Forson, Joan We' know that on occasion one PERCE STRINGS row

; thia -Cobb, Betty Cowart, Scott I JHoff. Cary Holland, Pat Niesen,. may find, not far from Bunnell I :
,
Crews, Heidi Eisenbach, Marie Joann Preston, :Marlene. Ricks, both deer and bear, but for one i A MUCH DOES f AlsJO FROM oc TAKE TME ADVAMTAAE MAID" VALUES

.. :IFleurie,. Haywood Gordon, Glo- 1 Kathy Anderson. to 'be found feeding near residences ; UCEWSE CO6.S THEN ON- FLAGLER.
,. ? ALL YOU
; -- in town is unusual, to. MAKE. HARDWARE

S lucky winners who will share a say the least. Hunter, however, i oow RS
Christmas I DOWM-
: Party .
lived to his name-Hunter.
;
half million Top Value Stamps, i I up HAVE 10 OFFER.
'. : grand prize ''In the company's b; : 'iOt.n.L SAve
.
Friday Evening by AND
i : MOKEY:
; "Million Gallons in December HAVE THE

J I Promotion. Two eggs supply one-third of ..... BESTIS
Oil :
Hughes CompanyReid
? The'area's Phillips 66 family I the protein needed daily by S ,_ ;,h. TO BOOT
B. Hughes, president of is holding this .party as a way I adults .
of expressing their thanks .to I
Hughes Oil Co., area Phillips 66
distributor, announced plans ,for everyone for helping them to I I. :

,r fitS company's gigantic "Million reach thier goal in the cam : : TGO: 0 D N EWSforpotato. '

3allon" Christmas party. paign. growers .
: :,
The party will be held at i i
:TJellair Plaza near Walser's-,! MOSLEM BELIEF J; Now ffective residual .
.- Phillips 66 Servicenter this Fri." Some 5,000 workmen toiled for .:\ : you can get- long :

-day,. December 23,;at 7'P. M. A six' years to build the Great : "
has 'been Mosque in Delhi, India. The :;t; ;<
gala evening planned :-y : +'
the relics of SOUTHERN POTATO ,
mosque preserves :
with Santa himself on hand to ,
,:. distribute free gifts free to the Prophet Mohammed, including r .. ,...;-<-.-.. ." -. .. ., \ ? ...... ''Ij.Ji: : ,. ..,.......,.. '
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;ii.; a'hair Itrorn his beard, his ;
everyone.In : '
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: sandals, and the imprint of his :

111 r:'; addition, the Seabreeze.Rub"ber foot in stone Many Moslems believe ":: < :WIREWORMvCIIT' E ; ,

Band will perform. Highlight that, a grayer' in the Great, ; ,
(. .' of" the evening will be :Mosque Is" .worth 25 uttered-at *t 7 !if\: : v : :,

the 'drawing'of: the .names of 33 home_ or in a lesser mosque.b" /? :. ,\;...; f. -. :" :,' : ., .

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Now versatile Diazinon The standard for "
t..:. ..: : Radia:complete! with ,.: .- .' multiple insect control on fruits and veg tables

f\ ". .batteries given with :LOW 'AS .. : ':: ; ,.. ,- .-...w--.;''..' ia-control'accepted Southern for use as Potato a soil insecticide Wireworm for -

each. McCuIldch. .,' t This is good news to potato growers. These fj
,! '" ; :1-41 chain-saw pur- 5 -;- t- : four.big.JDtezinon advantages tell you why. ;

chased before ,De- $1499' CWTTROLS .
"' e' RESISTANT STRAINS-Diazi OD does.

f"c. : mber25I! -- *- .' Ii: + t 'a.. the-job where chlorinated'hydrocarbons afl. ; : :. _
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.J L0M6 R SHM)AL ACTION One application of .-

t ,: br ,t,'; P DiaziaoB prior'to planting protects tubers .
1: 0r :. I. until harvest.
: J THE NEWMcCULLOCH '
/ ,. s. SAFEDiazinon is one,of the safer phosphate: '
-'Z ,i insedicide8.. ,.
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,..' .. : ONE1 CHAIN SAW .'' : pests attacking potatoes including flea beetles;;" J. .t
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The custom of lighting Christmas ,-' A I
Gave candles is an ojd;one and of, .. .
Popular '
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::1'T; Image of Santa i i holdover contends from the baronial custom days is a ,. = sh for You'.from V
when ahuge candle was Sunshine Service and neighbors.". _
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bring, Joy to, millions ; '.J : : << : ; .
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of children this year and whom ..... .- Q .tjii .. '.-.. {H
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"A visit from Saint Nicholas." '

There was, of course, a Saint- ,I religious were said beliefs to have Irish placed: familes lighted ; >>f{ ;; :
holas.- He is the patron saint ; : ,
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of. children and known for his ,, '
the hope pt guiding a priestto : ", .' -
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transformed plump, rosy.cheeked him into little a jolly man, |' custom: today it has becomea irTIstiiia S : : :

s' : traditional part of our holiday ; ;
: with reindeer and sleigh. -
.I, observance-our: guiding
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"' Moore's home. -Chelsea HoUse poem for his .children'and' .'

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friends In' nearby; 'Greenwich VII- the Santa' Claus as we .;Ii ., ,'. ...
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I. ed for Pet r,. an ..old Dutch.] ..copies. It has been.translated 'l< ;; V' z
t>: '_ handyman on the estate, hitched .into scores of languages. ,, and .' -;:
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;,.' two were 'off on the, Christmas i j It was in this manner that _; .\; :3::; {..,

mission. j I Nicholas, a serious Fourth Century .- .:1. ,- .. .
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t : he had seen Santa Glaus. The pulled by .reindeer: dressed In L'zt- ; ,

> : sound,:of'bells. -in the-clear crisp I furs, smoking his pipe and going "....., z-- .. ,;-,

.y. air produced a. vision of. reindeer down chimneys to give little : : :.
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.r moon," so that it might be cut mid-summer and is 'associatedwith

with a golden scythe and caughtin picnics, ,fireworks displays,
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the flowing robes of the fiestas, and other outdoor events. .:
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priests. Thus gathered, and following The religious observance however ;

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bulls to show gratitude for the with. home and church decorations '
There's more to misteltoe than i{'gift, mistletoe was supposed to centered -around a "pres- ,... .\
just its reputation as "the kiss (POssess all sorts of magical. plo"-a representation in miniature ;
j jt ing plant." Everyone knows-, of.powers. of the holy nativity of ;

course, that, for some reason no The Greeks are generally credited Christ. A procession of priests: Ij

1 1f' one of these sprigs of green with, with associating' mistletoe in full ecclastical regalia, lead
t missable for a boy to kiss the with love, 'as it was -used in the way to the cathedrals for 'l
)young lady so unlucky (?) ,as their marriage rites and the midnight mass.
to be caught standing beneathone ceremonies of Hymen are reputed -I ;
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white berries (a plant, someone present usage as a kissing plant. .
has placed on a chandelierforsome Christmas tree custom '
. .' young girl to stand under, I MIGHTY MISTLETOE was started in the United States
, GREETINGS Folks in other parts of theft to be kissed by some young lad by Hessian soldiers fighting \t 1,
c. country may be shoveling snow, but down in Florida it's easy to unexpectedly: of course). Perhaps the reason that most with the British Army in 1776. (
. I offer holiday greetings in this fashion. These pretty water skiers young ladies do not object too German immigrants who later I
<, are appropriately dressed for the season-down Florida way, I All this notwithstanding, it is strongly to paying the penalty came to this country continuedthe
that is. supposedly an all-healing plant I I for standing beneath the mistletoe donein
custom as they had
:. I Iill that will ward off poisons and stems from an ancient su-. "
the "old Christmastrees
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"' -, .,. ;iTIPS FOR keep animals healthy. At least, perstitlon-that the maiden who were in general use In
1 this is what the superstitious believed was not kissed at least one time
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DECORATING in earlier days. Some beneath the mistletoe at Christ. "-
tury. The first White House
ill considered it a present from the I mas would not be married in
Lawn Christmas tree appearedin
You don't have to spend all I sun, others a gift from Jupiter the following year. In olden
-I -I I 1923, placed, there by Presi;
your money to have a beautifully In voodoo rituals, it's the accepted times, a berry was pluckedfrom dent. Calvin Cooolidge. t decorated home at Christ- antidote for palsy, apoplexy, :I the misteltoe with each kiss. '. -
mas. Use ingenuity. Make mostof I .
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decorations. In addition
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I that it's fun-and highly satis

fying.
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For example, stir,up your own
I tree ornaments in a mixing If
: bowl. Combine plastic starch if

t and laundry detergent to makea
stiff mixture. Then make f -$
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pins into the mixture. A loop as $

I of string tie F through. the closed .
end of the bobby pin serves as !T:
a handle for the dipping and t % ;

,: t as a hanger to, put it on the : '.:aM; CCT.r .

.' tree. I
J Burned out flash light bulbs I
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: I rl 9V in gay colors. Stick on colorful i : J aft
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Popcorn strings, an old favpr- fiF n.4
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r our many friends everywhere the I tropes if you pop the..com two or I c' of old-fashicned three days before stringing, and I N'q., a:v sy ac; : '.Gw x % y" tX,
joys an merry I }:rS; ,
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dip a thin sugar syrup v
Christmas and holiday season. colorln'g.1 ;
colored with vegetable

t< Save lids from paper ice I ..S1"t

cream cups, then trim by past-I t : : I
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: Mil-Ton. 'Motel i old Christmas greeting cards.

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t Select Toys That : ":. 1 I'i'vide,much quiet entertainment. '\I\Q fit the children and'find' old

;;" Zr ..I A; Little girls like to play dress j;gloves, shoes and hats. -. .

'I Suit Children And i up and it is a clever parents i I Above all, however, consider
yr I who can fashion an inexpensive \ appeal to the child rather thanto
: t 1 Not Their Parents : gift by cutting off old clothes j)'! the adult. '? '
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;, mas that the use of the toy is

\1f...- iJi sider.the'most important thing to con- "

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toys that appeal to them,- for-
getting to consider what the
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toys have a limited use since
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, very apt to get broken quickly.,

- t BETHLEHEM RECREATED .'. One of the most popular all Useful ToysA
Christmas decorations is the Nativity Scene. In settings such
, as the one above at the New York Botanical Gardens, the Nativity toy with a variety of uses
p. r is recreated with life-size figures. In the arrangement above, would be best. Blocks and other
.5. three shepherds. are shown approaching the holy birthplace. I construction toys can be used in
;..: ) many games and do not break
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,:. KNOW YOUR TREE I long been preferred. In the West, and transportation toys while a F1 ..THE time .
'''''. first and cypress are the, choice. girls like toys that Imitate moth- for joy and
.J .In many states, it is possible
Here is an to distinguish er's appliances. spirits is .
: -to distinguish different types of easy way good

c Christmas trees, as' they are between these trees: Beautifully dressed, expensivedolls I with us again (tiI
: Needles of, the fir are 4-sided,
are a temptation, but most a
graded, inspected and tagged blunt and soft to the touch. little girls like a doll that can I And it is time
:i. before being marketed. In the Spruce needles are usually stiff be handled and carried about I to wish you alla
:a East, Balsam and Douglas fir and sharply pointed. Pine need with them. Merry Christmas.

t... and spruce are the favorites, ,les are from 2 to 5 inches long,
with pines becoming more popular supple and attached to twigs in They are noisy, but peg \

f each year._ In the mid- bundles of 2 to 5. boards, hammers and construe: ...
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,i}- toys-wagons, toy horses and

.is.:...<,.;.'.. sleds. H. T. COOK AGENCY

r School*age children,like games
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f! RESTING We aren't sure
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( whether Santa is resting up for .
_. the big Job ,that he will have 1960 I
I this Christmas night distributing r -ii: -
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: children everywhere; or, per- ( 'Jof
t- haps, he Is, still Ured out from
:' last year's ordeal. At any rate, ,1
it Is a safe bet that he will be on the SEAOM4Among
,;;; his toes when Christmas Eve
rolls around and, in the hush of
I" the night, make his merry way our assets ,
'_'_ to most every home in town. value
I!" .. I we your goodwill
_, I II I a'' We thank you I j|
:"t. MILLION GALLONS A MINUTE i
;. One of the world's largest I I and wish you well
t '. :: steam plants stands near Kings,:
f;' "- ton, Tenn, Pumps in the plant R. C. Tillman
which generates electricity for

t-f. .,. ,nuclear _installations at Oak -Exterminator
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f a million gallons -of water a
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Gift Giver Has_' DONT OVERDO I the most expensive decorations

<_ ,' Be ...overdo will have this effect if,not?used
careful not to your
Different NamesThe in good taste. Harm'and.
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outdoor, decorations. Your house '
simplicity are the key words in
Christmas-time gift giver and yard might end up looking I planning an attractive.'outdoor
bas different names in the like I '
many an amusement park. Even display. -
various lands 'of the world, and --- \
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Kolya (Nicholas t ,is,' supposed' _
to go about Russia.on'. Holy :% ::1
Night, leaving tiny wheat cakes ton
the windowsills and.. in addition -;{

there is "Babushka" who_ 'x > vwolffw
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girls (in repentance, a. legend [' the world that He gave His only added through the centuries. The II
says, for supposedly misdirecting Son." sad part of it all is that;some have
the, 'Magi on their trip to As we prepare to celebrate an.. become so fascinated by all the 1 1I
Bethlehem). other Christmas, how many of us ,embellishments that they have %
Italian children await the remember these wordS-or are lost sight of the true meaning of ,
arrival -
our thoughts too completely oc Christmas: Christ's-birthda .The,
-of "Lady Befant, a fairy
cupied with a present for Uncle day on which Christ was born. I I
queen who presents gifts. Some ::: JI \ k / J\\ i I
John and Aunt Susie, with the The day of the Redeemer. A Holy f
Spanishchildren believe' the preparation ,of lavish and expensive :Day.; A Spiritual Day. :? w.'I .
gifts come directly, from, the decorations; with the table Let us keep' our bright Christ- j II
child Jesus-"et Nino Jesus." settings for a sumptuous feast' jnastrees, the colored lights and fikrk $ :; j
God did .so love the world '..-. deck the halls with boughs of j I
that He gave us His Son that holly.Let us set a table that would !ilh1"jV
He gave us this day"that we call please the palate of a king. But,
CHRISTMAS. This He gave us; with-'it all. let us find the time to ;; \
nothing-more.- He did not supplythe search hopefully for the joy and -
traditions; He spoke not of peace 'that was Christ's purpose )
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and feasting.The'many things that thirty years' and three He walked t
have ,come to be associated with the face of earth, the highest-ex l *
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Santa- \ I f bring contentment .and joy and \

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f Claus." true. But, we don't see how anyone .'
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the pleading, almost tearful inquiry Santa Claus. He belongs to the
.- 1360" of a,.young, girl, "Is therereally very young, to the unspoiled, the ,
hopeful. He gives some meaningand 'j
a Santa Claus" is repeated
'. a May the !right of the Cftrisf yes year after year' a MA probably will purpose, albeit not completely .
shoe be-a thousand :rew .from now.There understoc d. to those too young to F wJ.
der y"r.home bring- +
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is. indeed, a Santa,QausrAnd
I tog t.yw owl!yours cofltentment, he is real as real as we can purpose! of Christmas.
.- peece and the joys:of the season. expect him to be. And he con.. And in all ,fairness, it must be ;
', tinue to exist because there is a said that only the deep religious V V F VV Y
real need for him. significance of this great holiday FVV' '
-I' The Steflik is more rewarding to so many: .
; FamilyMike
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Betty ,Grace Most of us argue that Christ As the Jiew York Sun editorialso
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mas is too commerciaL The send aptly ,said, "A thousand years I
'.. Michele, Mary Ann ing of Christmas cards to everYbody from now, Virginia, nay, ten
.( : Betty, Louise in town is grossly'overdone. times ten thousand years from
" There is too much emphasis on now, he will continue to make.
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:: f 1 countries as Norway, France,

i Germany Italy, Spain, Sweden,
4\ f Hungary, Poland, Lithuania,
:. > Czechoslovakia. The cards are
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Actually, manufacturers say, Christmas stocking _' .
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: cards as we here in America: t
The Three Wise Men, for' ex. We add our thank 60 J I

ample, one of the most popular I you for. your patronage thispist f
f:; : I motifs in the United States is I
; To wish you joy and I also greatly favored by people year and, in the future.Harris i i

c, happiness for Christ" I of to-reignland&_ Church scenes, V e '!
[angels, bells, and Christmas i -L I II
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Ion American cards-are prominently "- .'.: ;.
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;".., : '" '. '1 I r-theory- is that-the tas-' supply- I able temperature-sets off-helium-
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_.. of hydrogen becomes exhausted.As fusion processes and the- star '
t I :: the star contracts, the core becomes a huge nuclear fusion: I
g, Still Puzzles I temperature 'rises to 110 million I reactor which eventually flies to
degrees centigrade. The incred pieces '
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;)T SiFWPth Star of Bethlehem has for centuries .. -
intrigued scholars and as-
:"t', ,'. stronomers. -- 'i
Some scholars believe it .
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: have been a supernova, or exploding v if
t star. Others think it .
i.... I might have been a comet or per

'r;' will you ,stuff your ,holiday ,- ,your menu Turkey without_ haps a conjunction of ,the bright -f
.. and Saturn.If
I turkey? One certain way ],stuffing is like a. cake without planets Jupiter
r' of insuring a successful Christ frosting. it was a supernova in the I
mas dinner is to include generous i t Every family has a favorite, llllkyVay, astronomers say it I
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serving of appetizing and # recipe for stuffing turkey or oth would have unquestionablyfilled
tempting stuffing. j jtr. er fowl. We would like to share' ancient stargazers with
No matter what method you a stuffing recipe with an ex awe and the feeling that a great ,
';' select to cook your turkey, 'you citing, taste.,a special holiday event might be taking place.
: will find carefully prepared savory I treat. A "nova" implies a new star,

.. stuffing a ,popular part of,' Here's how you go about it; but but actually is not. It is ratheran
(-, be sure to remember that stuffing old star that suddenly flares
,II J expands during the roast- up in a display 20,000 to 50,000 II
I times brighter than the sun. A a. [
ing process. So be careful: not :
V- D CHRISTMAS WISHES to overstuff the bird: supernova is about 100 million
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a times more brilliant than the r1L r4 ;
& Wild Rice 11 Franks Stuffing {.
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1/3 cup chopped onion
Japanese and Chinese documents H
I 4 tblspns butter
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report a "guest star," so
mushrooms
L 1 cup chopped
t bright it could be seen in daylight
& tspn thyme ;
if in 1054.
appeared July
% lb. skinless frankfurters; "'
sliced in strips. '. This, no doubt, was. a supernova, : ff

t 3 cups par-boiled' wild, rice astronomers say.Astronomer. you at Christmas with warmest 9
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2 '.beateneggs.., what causes a supernova. One good wishes for a Yule filled with
.. goodwill and the spirit of this'Holy time. f
NOTE: You may use fresh, A SOLUTION ) f
canned or dried ..muShrooms.Dried 1 $
mushrooms should be Christmas shopping bags always r
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'soaked overnight and thoroughly seem to fall over when set CRAIG FUNERAL HOME ;
down. But there's a solution. ,
a washed before using. '
Par-boil wild rice' until it is I Place the top of-.-\va cardboard : \ t ijrBunnell & St Augustine, Florida
almost soft. Drain thoroughly.. shoe box in the bottom of the -
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to make rice completely palat NN N.NN N
: able. Saute onion in 2 table. "!r V
spoons butter until lightly brown { J {\ V : V
and set aside. Cook the mush ; \ J,: .'"-,: c" ,.,,"',,'' _" ,
r, .. ,rooms in remaining 2 table ; ( '
spoons of butter for about 5 ; : ; :
; :sUrring" .' and /f F9- :" .I
Tistheaso't& minutes Constantly '
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Beat slightly. Slice the .-
eggs : ,
': say thank' you for your SKINLESS' frankfurtres in strips: : .:: '; :+ : :
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Remove from neat and toss all I 'r,: } ',':::' .
year. ingredients, including sausage, .. ;.'. l" .?
onion, mushrooms, wild rice, -
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beaten. eggs and seasonings. '.
Stuff bird between crop and tail, >' :
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tions turned your home 'into afire ... 9c v\\\ s ,.''.-.:," ,
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this season of joy Into one of -;
mourning.The .# .- 1
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1NIN45t tiful as it may be, is a potential
torch. To be, on .the safe side
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make sure your tree is freshly II I
cut. Keep it in water or wet II
sand as.long as t'sJn, the house. I I
Locate your tree away from all I
sources of heat and throw it a- I V V \ : I I

way or replant it very soon aft V V ; I I
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It is the custom in some placesto -- !
use candles in place of tree 'c1 I
FoR lights. This is not only danger. F ;
ous but foolish. The candles

1960 may incense the atmosphere but ,.-. .'-
they are also very likely to send 'I .

1; C+t1VTMS. you smoke., and your home up in .

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Make sure that all tree lightsare ,
Your'friendship is laboratory approved and Our
a valued possession that there are no frayed cordsor warmest greetings are extended with the hope }

for which( we thank good damaged idea to_sockets.use the It's same not ex-a that this Holiday; se son"brings you good health and .

,you most sincerely. tension cords year after year. '
Get some new: 'ones. Be extra .: much happiness. And -may. the joys of this Christmas

circuits careful not with tO'over additional oad electrical lights -be yours for all time. &'Merry Christmas everyone!

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food & Poultry? angd'Make,are'hair sure noaanuacLble., and that,other,all.decorations 'Do tinsel notleave -, ,'' Dunn Hardware & Snpply: Co.. ':


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La;, ;. ., CHRISTMAS QUESTION J Payola- ScandalS.' business gift was about $7.50, .t

-. For some reason, most of us t \ .f BGAC reports, down from $14.00 (
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:; :.. have come to look.uP<'n the first Will Have EffectOn i only five years ago. But, the t
to.':':., day of the year as the ideal I number of individual gifts is estimated

: time for examination<<: of 'conscience Business Gifts to be running 22 per _j'
f.- -- and for the setting up of -7L; : ; cent above last- year; 110 per

t",' a new set' of ideals. Would not Businessmen will give Christmas cent more than five ,years ago.
: Christmas be a much better v k gifts in greater numbers

:;; '.... time? What better. ,time than I I this year, but the value and Because of the considerable
, ::' Christmas for all of us to ask i What species of evergreen is i I:suitability of each gift is being 1 1i increase in number ,of gifts, the I

;";',"',,' this question of, ourselves; best for use as a Christmas tree? examined with greater care, according sales volume of the business gift I
"What 'am I contributing to my Forestry experts and U. S. Department -;i| to the Business Good Industry will be close-to $300- tt

fellow man; to Christianity; and of Agriculture experts ,t will Advisory Council."Extravagant 000.000 this year; up from $253 \C
-- to the world in which I live." say that there is no "allround"best business gifts of 000,000 last year and' $276,000- I
OOOthe before. And these
year
, species I the associated with thej'payola' I I
type
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.. Here are some facts about the figures do not include liquor \
; are on their way out, ,
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"' '' most species which and other gifts purchased thru
!> CHRISTMAS RECIPE common :
replaced with modest gifts se-
may be helpful in selecting the I retail stores. .. i
Take equal amounts of joy lected' with an eye toward, val-
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right tree for your home: 'The 'payola scandals have
: end mix well until thor ue and good taste.. That's the
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peace; ?
Balsam fir once the mostcommonly alerted businessmen to choose
'Oughly'blended.. Spread'evenly (,finding of this _non-profit re- I
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used, is now relative their business gifts with greater
search organization supported
'across the whole world. Add
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... I !ly scarce. It has short, flat dark care," a spokesman said. "BusiI -
:equal amounts of faith and i by gift-conscious sales managers I
needles attached to I nessmen striving
THAT'S FOB ME This Is green opposite are now earn-
the business gift industry's'two
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Tfo ingredients
"hope. are the time of year when young I sides of the limb in a :estly for tasteful gifts that can I fi
needed, except, perhaps, a playerto national trade associations
eyes have a special glow when I featherlike arrangementDouglas I -i;!be presented In a truly thought- !
information
and the trade
insure there will be Industry's -
a gen- they stop to admire the bright
I fir-the top commercial -i ful manner as honest! tokens of ,
erous share for all. store windows along Main service. I
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tree. It has blue-green or appreciation.
Street. The sight of a girl anda I soft I The average cost, of a 1959 I Iv
needles,
dark
doll well, that's a part of yellow-green -- ==_
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a bushy, full appearance.
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I Scotch pine-long needled va

I riety. It has needles which are
/ a i I arranged in clusters on the
I branches. It holds its needles

exceptionally well.
Black spruce-a hardy tree, I

but has a dark, un-Christmasy l
color. It is widely used for dyed
HcHtfi
: and treated trees.

White spruce-another hardy, I

attractive tree, but unfortunately -
it gives off an unpleasantordor. i

t .f w. t.. ,
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Some things to look for 'in se-
lecting a tree; retention of need- x1i WJ

les; full symmetrical shape;
limbs without sagging; fragrantodor
SCENE One springy branches.. -
of the things that most of us,
especially the young, like best t1-1c : I'S r WWT t '
about Christmas Is that our
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rt everyday, Into scenes colorful' are wonderlands 4 FV } ,'?
that come aglow at night
with;hundreds gaily colored { !
f lights. The outdoor Christmas *
: j Here's d holiday tradition i tree, now an established American FR6.a ik rtth" (
: we really cherish tradition, Is to be found In t 'lf
and hamletin .
most everyvillage .
: -. time out to tell; you the land. 3 4?:

F J how much we' appreciate -
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." i patronage.. Do you have trouble gift- hi
wrapping such items as vases -
s:: '' ;! and bottles? If so, aluminumfoil -

.' ;i will solve your problem. The .. I
;rr Moody's Pharmacy foil molds easily to the shape t. ;
and makes a very attractive TO our many good friends, patrons
'- H
r package when set off with a U ; neighbors we extend our most

, pretty bow.
t'r -3 : !. sincere greetings and best wishes fora
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t &,. a -. happy Yuletide endowed with joy


.... 0'.. .t'l e.r.. WSi and song and good fellowship.
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f -.A ; to take advantage of today's, No Birthday Party- too.. But it was not until. the;j anniversary of the -,birth'-of

! Family many beautiful ornaments and ,I I SCO's that the birth date of 1 Christ and from that date. untiE:. -
decorations made possible by I
without Christmas Christ was even noted.' In the now, Christians have observed'this '
1 Christmas modern industry. Yet, we J .
.;:, i can |I year 354 the Bishop_of Rome de most wonderful of all birth-
-r still recapture a little of .that old f clared December 25 to be the t .days.I
; We hear many complaints time Christmas spirit by making! :: of Christmas-the greatest of all

,< day about the modern to-j 1 some of the decorations as a ;I II I: birthdays-there would probably

r., .- tion's lack of that old-tim' e I family project. j jf ,| be no birthday parties throughout I .,
<. Christmas spirit. Maybe' this is I I A variety of ornaments are ::, the rest of the year. In an-

'\' because in time-past, much of 1,f possible from such. materials as ;i' dent times, only pagans took ;t;, s
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( the pleasure was derived from plastic foam.< A .cookie. cutter, j part in birthday festivities. Early ;. ;

r!:r preparing for the .hol day. :The for instance, can be used to outline -. ]I'Christians associated birth with '_ ,'?;':,

-. whole family worked togetherin such shapes as snowmen, !I I the assumption of original sin '' ',. .,.;

<. in order to get ready; 'Santa Clauses, gingerbread( men, J j I and therefore did not look upon : a r :
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"- ready made Christmas one inch sheet of plastic foam. I I celebration.

f The men of the family trees-I After the shapes are cut out I The Pharaohs of Egypt cele

;.. the nearest hillside or: wood plot with a sharp knife, each member brated their own birthdays, and I

i :' and chopped one of their liking.I of the family can decoratean : we are told that King Herod did,

r > Tinsel, angel's hair, ornaments, ornament. N

_' and electric lights' could not be I r They can glue sequins to the I GOLDEN BOUGH 1

.yM bought anywhere. All the tree figures to form features. The
The "golden bough" which the
= decorations were hoine-made i I;foam can be tinted with food I I :
legendary Aeneas is fabled to t 1960
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Y. and it was custom for the en coloring or felt can be glued to .
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have plucked to insure his safe
tire family to take part in their the ornaments to add extra de I
to the petherworld'most
; preparation. tails, such as hats, ties, and but journey .
r; I likely was the green mistletoe 1
It would be foolish indeed, not tons. A pipe cleaner inserted
I with its white berries. The, ancients i
and glued i* the top of the ornament credited mistletoe with .

ttI. .. Decorating provides the tree a hook., is ,usuallya many strange powers. In reality, i.. .:;.......;.:;. And good I :"

...;,.,. .."? ....rF_.<;.:;:r.'.::.ss...... family project, enjoyed by mistletoe does have medicinal .'r r V: will toward
Its active .. ..1': :.: ..SS., .
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Preparing :
both and
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11Mfd. orable. -' of old age. we extend '

:; MAKE CANDLE FIT i t our sincere

1t :; \ ;:\\I NOVEL GIFTS best wishes and regards
\ .I i Often a candle is too largefor .
,. ...: ..:... i1.i.f.I:........;...;,... You can design and create the opening in the"'" candle .

.. a novel gift wrappings with soap- stick. To remedy this, dip the : Shelton Super Market
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that will stick to your wrap water, then press it gently into .
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.fa.d i detergof ORIGINAL GIFT FRED
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R* :}i water .into a mixing bowl. Mix Want to give mother and her .. NINA ." e ,' _' "

little gift? ,,Make FRANK'HERSCHEL JR.
I them thoroughly with a hand or girl an original ...
electric beater until the suds them both aprons of similar. de- MARGARET ANN

have a working ,consistency of sign and material: Make one .
I for the doll too. .1
stiff meringue. Put your 'snow ;;>>;;:a.! ;;WJ ;;:a.a.a.;: ;: !

in a pastry tube .and_ you're, -&5-*-e&S& &3& & .,
ready to go. .1
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on packages. You can also i thristmas :brings us inspiring faith _

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t"'Ohristmas' Is-'Not4X's" : <' I Christmas Cards I and have the necessary prints, ,
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bombarded with ads and 'promotions land during the 184Ks. There is

of one kind or. another a dispute over who designed the |I \
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:. '" proclaiming the merits of, everything -, -
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autos.' Everybody something' 1
-_ to serf ,and Christmas is 'the The custom of sending greet- 1 .X V

biggest selling season of all. ing cards has spread until it is.

In o efforts to buy and.sell; I .-.---- _. I .. big business in .this country. I 1 L t
.. we too often lose sight of the Over two and a half million will L1w-
It's not necessary to wait until Spread the lower branches. Utheyre
true meaning of Christmas. We be mailed in the United States
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seem, some of uS, to forget ,mas tree. In fact it's smart to they will'.hold the weight of orna- this year.. '
.' who's birthday it is. Evidence get .your tree early, when the menu. Spread out the lower They will cost about u;'quarter I HkiiI
lor this can befound, in the word"Xmas. choice Is' wide. The important branches should measure half the billion dollars 'and will require 1

.:'.-" r' .-': ." It's. easier .to say and, thing. is to ,test the tree for fresh. height,of a tree the stump shouldbe I the post office to hire an :"exfra I % \ \ tH- -5-

.I./;...; much ,easier to write on an ad ness before you buy it. at least 6 to 7 inches long.. quarter million workers tojjian- *A
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,.', -': layout or sign. However we are Other healthy: signs: good color, dIe the ,tremendous volume. The
the tree fails to pass this exam* full needles, a, fragrant odor.
not celebrating 'X's birthday.
will collect
ination pass it over and look for Warning of brown postal department
sign: patches
'. Who was, or is "XT'' Put the 'another: bounce the butt end, of needles a sign of a sure-fire fire I approximately 90 million dollars
"Christ" back into Christmas. the tree on the ground If the ,hazard. in postage from these cards
needles shower down, the tree -
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After buying the tree, cut an -
has already begun to dry out. inch ,or two on a slant from the I lOne' of the_more recent. innovations ,;
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butt then peel back the bark an- is the ,' personalized
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......4 '. ,easily, the. tree .has already' '- other cool'inch.water Keep'tree until you in are a bucket'of readyto ; \Christmast. card; that features. 1 I MegYt
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Doctoring DollsRewarding' I does everything: from repairinga convey your message .of sea- JL o all our valued

damaged head complete e re: son's greetings. For example, a friends we extend

Task finishing: { doll's surface (skin). picture of children arranging
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alphabet blocks to spell "Merry greetings
His busiest season is from December 1
I Tears filled the,eyes: of a little Christmas" is a favorite. I our best wishes.
girl as she handed her doll to { through February. In J Or the children or entire family I

,.. the "doctor." < I December, dolls. are brought into grouped before a fireplace \ 1l
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"My Nancy is hurt.. ,Can you opening packages has proven
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}'\ ,help her?" : ,' ing used Christmas as Christmas,. his gifts."hospital"Follow-is popular with those who like to l IBunnell Dept Store!
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worry, ,make. their own cards.
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her, "Nancy will be' all right" Remember to keep. it simple.
broken dolls. Il
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dolls:-Irving' Chase, y .S everywhere. May you be 1 blessed anew this YulewitEjthe "
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good will.. of'.the first jj tients" 'from, ,all over the globe,.j true meaning Christmas. as'you and -.
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.Christmas"be'with you d| New York,. Ws home base. l ,-. your,loved: ones gather about your family: : tree.' : ", .

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