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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 1, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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DR. REYNOLDS
the corner of Moody Boule HUBER IS selected from a group of 11

vard and' Church Street, and extending WILL UNDERGO HONOR STUDENTAT young ladies in the Lions Club

(,. to Court Street has been PLASTIC SURGERYDr. FR. LOPEZGery sponsored contest this Friday

chosen by the White House in Allen Reynolds will enter Huber, son of Mr. and night at the Bunnell Community -

Washington as the building site St. Vincent Hospital in Jackson- I Mrs. Emil Huber of Flagler, Center -at 8 o'clock.
The Contest is
ville today (Thursday) for plas Beach, who is.l. student at being spon-
of the new Post office in Bun- sored by the Lions Club to select -
tic This is
surgery. a follow-up Father Lopez High School in
I nell, Congressman A. Sydney treatment for scars ,received .Daytona Beach, was elected a Miss Flagler County who

Herlong, Jr., advised Mrs. M. B.i when he was severely burned in ----- --- I president of the Student Council will represent the county in the
\ Miss Florida East Coast Contest
Fuller in a telegram Monday. an accident about a year ago. MISS BONNIE L. LEONARD Tuesday. He will serve in that
I Dr. said he July 4th at Flagler Beach.
Reynolds expectst capacity the next school year.
t An option has been securedon, to .be away about ten days but Nineteen year old Ocala Miss He was also awarded the Ruth and Leon's of Daytona
l the property and it is expected his business office will remain who was runnerup in the 1960 I Harvard Prize Book for high Beach fs also presenting a
that bids for the building will I Fashion Show in connectionwith
4 open during this time. I Miss East Coast Contest. Bonnie scholarship and character. The
be advertised in the near future. : the Contest. Models for the
During his convalesence he has brown hair, blue eyes and award was made by the Harvard
Several locations for the new I Fashion ,Show will be membersof
will represent the First Methodist hold several titleS: University Club of Cambridge,
post office building site have I the Idlewood Club of Bunnell.
Church of Bunnell
as lay I Mass. Gery will be a senior at
( been considered by the White Contestants and their
representative at the Annual the Father Lopez High School sponsors
House for the past several Methodist Conference in Lake-. Stetson Prof. next year.OPENS. are: JoAnn Morris, sponsoredby
weeks. The property selected extends land. J Shelton's Super Market; Ce-
100 feet on Moody Boulevard JI lestine tanish, sponsored by
I BARBERSHOPIN
and contains six lots, 285 Speaker At The Flagler Tribune; Lynda
feet, along South Church Streetto LEONARD MOODY I I RICE BUILDINGCarl Revels, sponsored by Kelley's
Court Street. It is the half ATTENDS 'LIONS White of Miami has Texaco Station; Mona Hornsby,
block west of the Flagler County CLUB CONVENTIONLeonard I GraduationCommencement opened a barbershop in the sponsored by King's Truck Stop.
Courthouse. Rice building on Bay Street. Jamesene Dawson, sponsored
Moody attended the I Mr. White is from Daytona by Fruits Jeweler; Susan Jane
exercises for
Lions Club Convention held in (I Beach but has been located in Deen, sponsored by the V.F.W.Post .
the 1961 graduating class of the
Tampa last weekend as a dele- Miami for the 10 before
( past years 5213
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Vacation gate from the ,Bunnell Lions I Bunnell High School was held 1? sponsored
Baptist
in the r coming to Bunnell to establish by the F. F.W. Auxiliary;
Flagler Gym Tuesday
Club. ,
i I' the business.Meeting Janice
I Lovelace, sponsored
evening with Dr. Harlan by
Bible SchooLDatesThe Mr. Moody is" 'past president _
I the, Bunnell Timber Co.. I
or' the Ibcar Club 'and*" also dam 'delivering the Ier-I, Jo
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Sandra G rdsPons red-
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annual Vacation Bible served as Zone Chairman the!ment adddress.
School will be held at Bunnell Tonight by the Idlewood Club; Barbara
past year.Meeting Dr. Merriam is assistant
Smythe,
Baptist Church the first, two pro- sponsored by McDan-
weeks in, June, according to an- fessor of education at Stetson Of Executive Iel"s Service Station; and Lynn
nouncement by Mrs. Imogene I University in DeLand. He has Orem, sponsored by Clyde Lewis.

Strickland, principal. of TheTeensters visited Flagler County on many Barber Shop.
Preparation Day will be held I occasions and had instructedtwo BodyofP.T.A.The Winner In the contest will be

Saturday, June 3rd, at 2:30 for extension courses here for ''I crowned by Miss Birthplace of
the opening assembly, registra Club I Flagler county teachers. Executive Committee of Speed, Betty Jo Revels. The con-
tion and parade. Regular day I Miss Alice Faye Bass, top the Bunnell Parent-Teacher Association testants will appear in bathing
sessions will begin Monday, IsCalled June 13 high student in' the class, gave will meet tonight suits and also in evening

June 5th, from 8:30 to 11:30 for: the welcome. Rev. John Cannon (Thursday), at the school houseat I dresses. The suits will be furn- I

two weeks. Buddy Taylor, president of the gave the invocation and bene seven thirty the president, ished by Ruth and Leon's and ,
The daily sessions will include :Teensters Club, has called a I diction. Special music was .by I Mrs. George Clegg said today. the young ladles will wear their
for' stories the schoool band. The committee will begin on I own evening gowns.
assembly worship; ,
meeting of the club to be held I I
sword (Bible) drill, Bible study, June 13 at the, Flagler Beach Awards were presented by the program plans for the meetings .
Principal James Craig and Supt. next and having i
hard work and recreation. Re- Recreation Center, at seven o' year anyone ""
freshments will be served dur clock. Z. D. Holland presented the anything to be presented at
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ing recess each day The purpose of the meeting is I Ito diplomas. the meeting are asked to con- Gen. White Is
Receiving the PTA awards tact Mrs. .
Children from all denomina make plans for the summer Clegg.Committee
tions are invited to attend as dances and also to make selec- I were' Miss Bass who received the chairmen announced -;j
long as it does not conflict with tions of' records to be purchased. .. top scholarship award of $25 in this weekby Mrs. Clegg are: I.J Rotary Speaker
their own church activities. All teenagers in the county are the College Preparatory Diploma budget and finance, John Cannon I
Teachers in Vacation Bible urged to attend this meeting.The group. The second award for ; hospitality, Mrs. John 'Gen. Gentry White of Florida
School include:, first Teenage Dance at the this group went to Polly Forson.In Clegg and Mrs. Mike Steflik; I J National Guard in St. Augustinewill

Principal, Mrs. Imogene Strick Center is planned for June 20. the General Education membership, Mrs. Dave Ferryman speak to the Rotary Club .
land; nursery, Mrs. Myra W dS- The center is undergoing renovation Diploma group the top award of ; P.-T. A. magazine, Mrs. 4 of Bunnell at their luncheon
,worth, Mrs. Carolyn Sheffield, painting and repairingin $25 went to Betty Abbott, and I Tommy Durrance; program, Mr. ]meeting today.
Miss "Nancy Brannam. preparation for the Summer the second high going to Carole and Mrs. L. H.. Church; publicity, General White is serving as
Beginners: Mrs. Constance recreation program which will Hoff who received $20. Mrs. J. J. Kelley; safety, Leslie the District Governor's Special

Wimberly, Supt; Mrs Gene open on June 15. Miss Tess Mas- Mary Jo Daugherty was also Pache and Joe White; year book, Representative for District 694.
Mrs. Katherine recognized for the state teaching Miss Gloria Martucci ETV Mar- He will the '
Cauley, Ferryman sie will be in charge of the ; speak on Challengeof
Mrs. Phyllis Herchi. summer program. scholarship.The vin Parker; Cultural Arts, Mrs. Rotary, program chairman
Primary: Mrs. Joan Peavy% PTA award for the highest Charles Creal; .room representatives John Cannon said today. ..<. ,
Supt.; Mrs.. Eunice Cole Miss standing for underclassmenwas Mrs. C. H. Gordon Mrs. The new Board of Dlrec o '"' ,*
Mary Susan Brannam Miss given to Allita Tucker. PTA Levi Brannam; Devotions, Laura for the Rotary Club of Bunnell( '

Sammie Whitaker. Rev. Spicer ITo I II. award given to the student I McDaniel; parliamentarian, Jim met Wednesday evening in the t:. .
Juniors: Mrs. Ellamae Cauley, I..showing the greatest scholaristic my Ward; School Representative, conference:: room at the Flagler ..
r Supt; Mrs. June Holdridge, Rev. Methodist I improvement during the year James Craig. l)Ie Thomas Pinner.Intermediates. was presented to Fred Harris. This year the PTA is presenting 'ganizational meeting and planning '..

: Mrs. Elnora ConferenceRev. Following the program, the certificate awards to all for the work of the new ...'.,
Pinner, supt; Mrs. Margaret I parents of the senior class mem- those who' were all A students year of Rotary which begins .
Clegg, Rev. Thomas Pinner. William L. Spicer, Jr., bers entertained at a reception forthe 'Year; to the one student J July 1.The r
pastor of the First Methodist ., in the school cafeteria. in grades 7 ,through 12 who Board for the 1961.62.Rotary
Church*of 'Bunhewill" leave 'Members of 'the graduatingclass made the most 'improvement in : year includes officers elect:

METHODIST J Monday for Lakeland to, attend' were: Alice Faye Bass, his or her grades during. the John Cannon president; Dr.
BIBLE'SGHOOL- the 119th annual sessions: ,the John OTfeil Craig, Mary Jo year.A John Canakaris, vice president; "-
Florida Methodist Conference.. D'augherty, Polly Forson, ''Dannie I twenty five dollar certificate Howard ''Taylor, secretary;."Raphv:
PATES CHANGED Bishop James W. Henly of Frailey. Carey Dean Holland is being presented to the top ael Sturman, treasurer.'Directors'

The Methodist. Bible School Jacksonville will preside at this Patricia Ann Niesen, honor student in both the College at large are Homer Brooks, Tony'
dates have been changed to conference for the first time. He Betty Ruth Abbott, Eulene I and General Diploma group,'I Kahlert, and Corbett Sullivan.
July 31 through August 4, Mrs. succeeds the late Bishop John Pearl Brock, Julia Carenlia Gordon A twenty dollar certificate is be- The new Rotary year begins

Tommy: Durrance; sal today. Branscomb. The Conference' will ,?Sandra open Monday"andcfoli inuc Hoff, Thomas. Millard: students in each groups. Th; be'Installed ::at; the' Ju4ys6 meeting -
The dates' for the Bible Schoolwere through Friday:' June 9.' chew; Theodore Pane heila, n.1 money will be forwarded to the' Mr. Cannon said. ..f.---' .
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changed from August 7-11 Representing the local Churchas Joann Preston, Joyce Marlene'college where they will go for -" -.' '.

because of;,several conflicting** lay representative will be Dry :Ricks; fe,!('Eugene "Robertson. further study, Mrs. Clegg con..; .More,than.200 sq>> !iPe- !.have- ,
dateS! ? it,Was. ., stated. I Allen 1le1 !oids._ hcal!denttst. ,and 'Jeffary' 5 ale. :' eluded. ; '
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PAGE TWO : 'THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA ; .;* Thursday, June 1, 1961
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' :> 4!..' 'y < .1'Daniel, Linda'' Smith; fourth j|FLAGLER BEACH '--:!, Tuesday for Fort Bragg, N.: c.-

:;'. T : c-i, 11 i2a .- ,,..".. .: grade, Doris Burns, David John-j'6-WEEK HONOR ROLL I after he and his wife spent nine-
It i : son, Buddy Moore, John Meigs, I days here with his parents, Mr.
.
For the sixth six-week periodof
; er eac Jr. and Mrs. Willie Lee Aaron. They '
the school
term those on the
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a also visited with her parents,
: Perfect attendance for two honor roll were:
'f..tA 1.\.- . LUNA ,BABBITT Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Stricklandin
",1.!': ... years: second grade, Debra John- Third grade Barbara Wilson, Korona. .
::; Telephone HEmlock 9-2093 \ t son and sixth grade, Christy Go- Ann :Meekins, Janet Sue Haines,
;::: I lien. Perfect attendance three Cathy Duncan, Howard McNitt, i (More on page
t: FLAGLER" WOMANS CLUB FLAGLER BEACH SCHOOL I years, Glenn Miller. and Norman Boswell. I I 6)a

:., [The Installation Luncheon, for I Graduation exercises .were For Good Cathe- Fourth grade-Susie Duncan
Citizenship:
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r the Flagler Woman's Club was con bine Monday evening with.1 rine Duncan, Ann Meekins, ,and I I Johnnie Meigs, David Johnson,! Rummage Sale
_,,-:? held last Wednesday .with 60 the final PTA meeting of this Janet Sue Haines. Monica Huber, and Diane Lucas.
: members and guests attending. year in the school cafetorium. I Fifth grade-Marylyn Mitch- ; 3 DAYS JUNE 1-2-3
Receiving guests at the door Seventeen sixth graders received Fourth grade, David Johnson, urn, Nina Frizzell, Jo Anne Wilson i I 8a.mto8p.m8 .
I were Past Presidents Mrs. Myrtle diplomas from PrincipalW. Diane Lucas and Joyce Ann Eleanor: Shill, Patricia Additional clothing added ,
'I Streeter and Mrs. Pauline Ma- E. Fennell, Jr. Large baskets Robinson. Roble, Vicky Ann Missine, Linda evry hour each day for
I
I. gee. of gladioli were* used in decora- Fifth grade, Tom Duncan, Jr., McNab, Ronald Thames, and the three days
I tions. ,I Marylin Mitcum and Ronald Tommy Duncan.
f '. A profusion ,of summer flow. Outgoing President Mrs. Ann !Thames. Sixth grade-Mickey Sinde Blue Bonnet Thrift

:" ers colorfully decorated the club :McNitt presided for the brief I Sixth grade, Dale Abbott, Jan- lar, Arthur McDaniel, Dennis
house and the tables were beau business meeting which opened ice Seale and Johnie Ruth Mil Clay, Janice Scales, Johnny Ruth Shop
tifully set. Soft music by: Ted I Miller, and Dale Abbott.
with the Flag salute'and a devotional -
, Weber at the organ was rendered ler.Certificates Spec. 4 Donald L. Aaron left Seville, Fla.
' by Rev. Reynold Hoover. -I of award (5times ,
and a solo by Mrs. Florence
Annual reports were read on honor roll): third grade, Norman -
Schwenk. Mrs. Frank Brede, out
and cooperation was gratefully David Boswell, Howard El- TRIP SURANCEGo
going president gave an account -
, of the year's accomplish. acknowledged. It was voted to bert McNitt, and Janet Sue Protected L
ments. The. new refrigerator support the summer recreational Haines. A new service that we are proud to offer at
program with other organi- Fifth grade, Victoria Missine. remarkably low rates. Whether plan to
which was being used was one 1 you
zations. I Honor Student Pins, \ third i be vacationing 3
example of the report. Mrs. F. days or 6 months See us
Mrs.. E. ?. Fleurie, past president \i grade: Catherine Duncan and about your tripsurance.H. .
Schwenk, as ways and means
was presented as install- Meekins; fourth grade, Diane,
TJ
committee chairman, reportedon COOK AGENCY
ing officer and the following of- Lucas, Monica Huber, Frances:
the special duringthe Citizens Bank
programs ficers were installed for the corning Duncan, John Meigs, Jr.; fifth Building
year. Two numbers were Bunnell, Florida ID 7-3361
year. Mrs. Robert Owen grade, Tom Duncan, Jr., Jo Ann'
j. sung by the club choral group president; Harold Smith, vice Wilson, Patricia Roble; sixth' r
under the direction of Emily
I president; Mrs. Charles Meekins, grade: Dennis Clay, Dale Abbott, ,
Gage. *
, secretary; and Mrs. Ray Martel, Arthur McDaniel and Johnnie
Mrs. Newell Davis of Orange&treasurer. Ruth Miller.
1
J Park who is district director of 1 Members of the graduatingclass Special Award (Cup): Sixth Every Saturday Night

j the Florida Federation of Clubs, taking part on the pro- grade, Arthur McDaniel (all A's I
was installing officer. Those gram were Ray Gordon, Dale and B's during grades from one COUNTRY STYLE MUSIC
installed were: Mrs. Phillip Kes- Abbott, Johnnie Ruth Miller, to six.

" '. ter, president; Mrs. Harold Mas- I Dennis Clay, and Arthur Mc- Tennessee Walt
sie, first vice president; Mrs. Daniel. Other members of the Visitors here Sunday with I
. Esther Heydt, second vice presi- r class were James Bross, Christy Mrs. Eda Hart 'Wilkins were I
! dent; Mrs. 'Jasper White, record- Cohen," Holly Goien, Polly Ann Mrs. Martha Poland and Mrs.I i & The, Country Cousins
ing secretary; Mrs. Grace Clay, Lowe, Glenn Miller, Bonnie Miller Eloise Morris from Winter Park. i
corresponding secretary; and Charles Morrison, Janice I They were on their way to Sutb- Featuring
Mrs. Paul Kelly, treasurer. I Seale, Michael Sindelar, Arthur binsville,. Ohio, and Western I J
'Mrs. Reynold Hoover was In- 'Wilson, Jr., and Linda Youmans.Mr. .I I Illinois to visit friends and rela- ,: JACK GILLIStucky's
stallation chairman and she] 'Fennell presented the di- tives this month. i I
presented a gift and past presi plomas and also gave awards to iI I Bar
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I, dent's pin to Mrs. Brede. Mrs."the following: Perfect Attend. Mr. and. Mrs. Myles :Meeks of]
Kester spoke briefly and asked I ance, first grade: Eula Lee Jacksonville are spending five.:
'i' full cooperation from all club I Moody; second grade, Bruce Ar- days this week in their beach' AlA Highway Flagler Beach

' members for- the- coming year. [nold, John Burns, Pamela Me- home here. -


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First Thursday night Flagler NEW THINGS TO SERVE YOU BETTER
Beach Firemen their first Harris 2022 6 I
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rk team which is still looking for I
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! scored 9 big runs in the second
Grade "A" Whole TOP S
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Robbie and A. Spivey led the, pital 13-2 to take over first place i FRYERS 'Ib 2S PUNCHand

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June 1-2-3 Bill Cummins got a triple for '
Western Large Head ,i
the Wadsworth team. Grade "A" Medium Fresh
Nothing on Tables Over Firemen Ab,R H LETTUCE ea. 19c \;

.50c Wilson 411 EGGS 2 69' ;

Blue Bonnet Thrift G. Atheson 221 doz. FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS II

Stryker A. ,Spivey 430 110 Cabot 10 lb. bagCHARCOAL ;
Seald Sweet 6
Shop Robbie .,. 433 .. oz. can 11

Seville, Fla. Grover *. .. 411 59'' LEMONADE 10 $100 !
for
Littlefield 411 : ea.
.. Winter Garden 24 oz. cello I
Kelly : 201_
THE OUTBOARDER G. Spivey *T 200 Our Favorite Brand BLACK EYE & FIELD PEAS 39c j

Authorized Evlnrude Jtealor Johnson *' 3 1 1 .
Birds Eye
BOATS -ACCESSORIES REPAIRS Martell -: 422 CUT GREEN BEANS 3 for33c CUT ASPARAGUS W 43c i

Dockage Storage Free Ramp I II I
WE FINANCE 34 15 11
825 Ballough Rd. -Daytona (Continued on'page" 4) King Cole 2% can I

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... ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We QUANTITY RESERVED RIGHTS Ii{

are always at your service with 'promptness. safety and II

PRICES GOOD
experience.Equipped .
Thurs. Fri. Sat. I
With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator JUNE -2-3,1961

Garcia Funeral Home :: STORE HOURS I
t ;: r r DEPOT c Mon. thur FrL-8 AJ&-6:45 P.M. i
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1 P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director Sat. 8 AM. 9 P. M. i;

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Appliance .- Ab R H The Harris Appliance team -

rL Sportsp Corner J. Burnsed 320 which has hot I
won a game yet \

Gordon 200 is a better team than the record -j CRAIG FUNERAL 'HOME1\1

(Continued from page 3) H. Wells. 210 shows. Just as soon as P ni i

Metts 2 ;1 1 I ner gets into action they will ,, ,.'. A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director

WadsworthAl. R H Westbrook 110 do better .Westbrook did a good j '
JOHN HARDIN. AssociateAIR
Burnsed 310
Ward ,, 100 I job. Keep up the good work I \ r
Rodgers 010 Barrow !% '100 Cecil! Tonight's action will find 1 OXYGEN
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Hargett 110 Canakaris 200 Harris vs. Wadsworth and Fire- CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED I
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Sheffield '-? 310 Frailey 0 0 0McMillan men vs. the Clinic. ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
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White '.. 310 000

Cummins .*, 311 I
Phone ID 7-3532
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Hull 311
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'T. Durrance 100 R 1551 H E Sarah E. Martel 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .

Mercer Hutchenson. 211 120 Clinic 3.0 2 5 0 10 10 4 NOTARY PUBLICFLAGLER I I



.)1 i' R 20103 H E Harris Hospital -40000514Standings First Round-2 1 666 I i HE 9.2203-Lehigh BEACH St.MOODY'S 1 AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY ] !t I


Firemen 2 1 666
Firemen 3 3 O' 3 615.11 7 -- !
l Lumber Co. 2 1 666 FUEL OIL
010.3 AUTO SERVICE I IMcDANIEL'S
! Lumber 0 2 0 8 3
Appliance 0 3 000
Floral Service t !
BERTHA PITCHES Big Eight- KING'S TRUCK STOP

I SECOND ONE-HITTER G. Robbie !.5 710 Service Station i PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS !
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I 1 I MOODY-Ph. ID 7.3240
J. Ward 7-5 710 I Service Reasonable Prices STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS I ITIresBatteriesMlnor J. L. IRWIN Prop. I ILubricationTiresBatteries

Big Sammy Bertha pitched his D. :Metts 7-4 570C. Repairs I

second one-hitter Monday night Wall 4.2 500 I Bunnell ID 7-7119 I I Fuel Oil Kerosene, Tractor FuelU. I

and won 105. Sammy was a little B. Kendall 4.2 400 I
S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3678 1
wild but settled down in the Taylor 5-2 400J. J I RCA VICTOR Biddle' Gulf. ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I' 1I I

late innings, and his teammatescame Stryker 5.2 400B. LIVING COLOR TV GARDEN SHOP !

through,with some bingles Wilson 6.2 333 "LOOK FOR TilE P1CTU11E I

and scored 5 runs in the 4th. Home runs-Canakaris, Whit Southern IN THE Radio WINDOW"& Television GULF TIRES & BATTERIES I j I Gray's Garden Center I

aker, G. Cauley, Sheffield; Most 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 Open 7 A.M.-10 P. M.-7 Days 'Headquarters for Gardening Need.
Sammy struck out 7 for the Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement I
: triples-Robbie, 2; Most doubles, I OIIMOND State & Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190 Materials

night. C. Cummins J. Cauley, Ward, 2, Bertha 2; Most: hits- .. I Annuals -'Shrubbery Fertilizers

and Sammy got 3 hits each. Robbie 5. J. Ward 5; Most runsD. FREE PAINT Colonial Service StationEARL TORO LAWN MOWERS

Clinic- Ab R H Burnsed 6; Most strikeouts- I E. RIGS ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051'
1 One extra gallon of your choice ORMOND
J. Kendall 200
Sammy Bertha 20; Most wins- I

i. H. Kuleski 2 0 1I" Sammy Bertha, 2.1; Joe Kelly, with each galloi. you buy MOTOR TUNE-UP HARDWARE

Haynes 220 2-1; Gale Mercer, 21. Mary Carter Paint Store GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES I

Whitaker 2 1 0 I u. s. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL THAT FAMOUS PAINT
AlfloVe.tBate Shopping Center I

I" G. Cauley 220 AROUND THE LEAGUE I I ED'S ; Exclusively at

c. Cummins 322 Well, our first round of play rj-

I f l Taylor 201 finds 3 teams tied for first place. Rummage Sale PURE OIL STATION 1' DtW ,.1{ FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE'

Nipper 111 The first round believe gave Specializing in Wash & Waxing

B. Kendall, 111 I all the managers a chance to TiresBatteriesAccessories Beach HE 9.2103
Flagler
l Cook 100 i look over all the players. The Used and Useful Clothingand 1\ NOR- REPAIRS iU. I

J. Cauley 312 Clinic has James Whitaker for Household Items !S. llw>'. 1-Ilunnell-ID 7-3138 ,
Bertha 302' I with Village Hardwar; Center
tj manager the second round JUNE 1-2.3 BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO ,
HOUSE PAINTS
I starting tonight. I think the fans I

24 10 10 will find some good play. Match and mix any color
Blue Bonnet Thrift Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
BAR & COCKTAIL
i
IN TIIR CIIICIJIT COURT OPFLACLUR LOUNGE GIFTS GREETING CARDS
f .' COUNTY FLORIDA, Shop I I AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
J IN CIIANCI<:UY NO. 4249 CommunityMemorial DANCING FRIDAY 6 SATURDAY. i!

GEORGE T. FOSTER.Plaintiff/ I I Seville, Fla.NOTICE. I I FROM 9 ,
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vs. Church I I SUNDAY FROM. 6 P.M. l, JEWELER

BILLIE R. FOSTER. I I Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach j
-. Defendant.
,: NOTICE- TO DEFEND I,I InterdenominationalAIR : I l BRENNAN Jewelers

THE STATE OF FLORIDA. 'TO: I! CONDITIONED i MILLAND BAR AND !I
If I Diamonds-Diamond
Billie Setting
R. Foster Notice is hereby given that I
Residence Unknown j! Daytona Ave. I have posted in three public placesin I COCKTAIL LOUNGE | Fine Jewelry and Gifts
You are hereby notified that a the Town of Flagler Beach.
suit has been filed against you in I FLAGLER BEACH i Flagler County Florida for the Eddie & Mary Shultz Props. j 1 Hamilton Bulova, Benrus
the above entitled cause; and you past four weeks. a list of describedlots I Watches
are hereby required to file your an- : Sunday School 10:00 A.M. I and parcels of land situatein I PACKAGE GOODS <
swer with the Clerk of this Court. I the Town of Flagler Beach. 9 a. m.-2 a. -Sun.. 1 p. m. 2 a. m. j''Watches-Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
11:00
Church Service A.M.R. 1
and to serve a copy thereof upon Florida. on which the 1960 Town 60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-5056
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. Taxes have not been paid; set op- Ocean Illtd-Flakier Beach j 1
whose name and adddress is: W. DICKERT. Pastor I posite the description of said lot
Richard D. Bertone or lots Is the name of the owner
216 South Palmetto Avenue EVERYONE WELCOME and the amount of unpaid taxeson I BETH'S SEASIDE j;FURNITURE
Daytona Beach. Florida I said lot or lots; said lot or I
not later than June 20th. A. D. 1961. lots will be sold at public auction BAR & GRILL j
If you fail to do so. decree' pro IN THE' COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, on the 5th day of June. A.D. 1961 1 FOR FINEFOOD I Ormond Bedding and
,
confesso will be entered against FLAGLEIl COUNTY, STATE OF at 12 o'clock noon in front of the Furniture Co.
you for the relief<< demanded in the FLORIDA. I Tax Collector's Office Town Hall I
bill of complaint. The nature of Estate of Edward A. Kruger. de Flagler Beach. Flagler County, I Substantial Discounts on AllDEDFSOFASFUINITURE
said suit being for divorce. ceased. Florida to pay the amount due !
WITNESS my hand and seal of The State of Florida. To All Per- t I thereon together with all costs of 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AIA $10 Tradein Covers Down Payment
said Court this 15th day of MayA. sons Interested in the Estate of I such sale and advertising. Open 7 A.M.-II P.M.
D. 1961.OmclalSeal.. said Decedent RUDOLPH D. PETERSON' R. S. ROBENBERRY Owner
( E. A. SMYTHE You are hereby notified that a Tax Collector Town of 69 Granada. Ormond Deh. OR 7-6411
Clerk of said Circuit Court written Instrument purporting to Flagler Beach, Florida. BUILDING SUPPLIES I
May 18-25 & June 1-8-4tc be the Last Will and Testamentof June 1-Itc =
'said decedent has been admittedto PAINTS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP probate in said Court. IN TilE counT OF THE COUNTY WICKLINE
FLAOL.KII COUNTY FLORIDA You are hereby commanded JUDGE. FLAOLKR COUNTY
IN 0 CHANCERY NO. 42.T3 in six calendar months FLORIDA IX PKO1IATE. Building Supplies 'JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITTSBURGH '
FREDERICK FRANCIS MOYLE date of the first publication with-I IN Re: Estate of
Plaintiff notice to appear in said Edward A. Kruger. deceased.To CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS \
vs. show cause if any you can. All Creditors and Persons
MILDRED SIMMONS MOYLE the action of said Court in Having Claims or Demands Against STEEL i i Paints-Finishes
Defendant ting said Will to probate should Said Estate Paint Sundries
NOTICE TO DEFEND not stand unrevoked.Seal You and each of you are hereby Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 I -Wallpaper
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: ( ) McKNIGHT. notified and required to present 1 38 W. Granada Ormond
Mildred, Simmons MoyleHefldence County. Judge.' Flagler any claims and demands which I I f -
Unknown County. Florida. you, or either of you may have BOTTLE GASHARRIS ORange 7.0761
I You are hereby notified that a First publication on May 11. 1961. against the estate of Edward A. : i I
suit has been filed against you in May 11-18-25 & June 14tcIN Kruger. deceased. late of said
: the above entitled cause; and you County. to the County Judge of BOTTLE GAS j'r ROOFER
are hereby required to file your answer TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE Flagler County Florida at his of-
with the Clerk of this Court SEVENTH! JUDICIAL CIRCUIT fice in the court house of said BOTTLE or BULK EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
and to serve a copy thereof upon IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY County at Bunnell Florida within FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY !( ,
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney; FLORIDA IN CHANCERY eight calendar months from the Manufacturers of
whose, name and address is: I NO. time of the first publication of this HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY !! Cement Tile
RoofingALL
Joseph Hirschman EDWARD ELVRADO BARNHILL notice. Each claim or demand shall
407% Main Street Plaintiff. be in writing. and shall state the PHONE ID 7-3551 TYPES OF ROOFINGFast
Daytona Beach. Floridanot vs. place of residence and post office Grow
later than June 27th. A. D. 1961. GRACE. RUSSO BARNHILL. address of the claimant and shallbe Help Flagler County Dependable Service
If you fail to do so. decree pro Defendant. sworn to by the claimant. agent. By Shopping at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
I confesso will be entered against NOTICE TO DEFEND attorney and any such claim or
I you for the relief demanded in the IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF demand not so filed shall be void. ORange 75177. 7-1793
bill of complaint. The nature of I FLORIDA: /s/ Helen B. KrugerAs CONCRETE PRODUCTS I
said. suit being for divorce. TO: Grace Russb Barnhill executor of the Last Will =!
WITNESS my hand and seal of whose! residence and addressis and Testament of Edward A. RESTAURANT
1 said Court this 23rd day of MayA unknown. Kruger, deceased. Your "Q" For Concrete
D. 1961.Official YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat First publication_May 11 1961. 3-8113 I I SUE-Z--Q RESTAURANT
( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE a suit for divorce has been May 11-18-25 & June 1-4tc Dial CL
Clerk of said Circuit Court brought against you in the Circuit LunchesDinnersSandwichesOPEN
May 25 & June 1-8-15-4tc3Klnglrr Court of Flagler County. Florida IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's .
in Chancery by EDWARD EL- FLAOI.KR COUNTY; FLORIDA 24 HOURS DAILY
I VRADO BARNHILL. styled ,as IN C1IAXCKRY NO. 4247 Concrete Inc.i
'
above and you are hereby,requiredto MART"BRADY. "' 152 GRANADA-ORMONP BEACH
m hr ulribunrBCIUCELL file. personally or by attorney. Plaintiff 1095 at AlA 146 S. Atlantic .Ormond
I with the Clerk of said Court at vs.
Bunnell. Florida. your ,answer or FRANCIS BRADY.. CLEANERS OPEX 6 3111 P.M.:
,' FLORIDA written defenses. if any. to the Defendant.
Complaint in said suit on or be- NOTICE TO DEFEND I
Used Furniture
fore the 12th day of June. 1961 THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: BUNNELL CLEANERSWE -Upholstery.
0'- and to serve a copy* thereof upon Francis Brady
1-IRS..L B. FULLER Editor RICHARD E. CONNER. Attorney Residence Unknown GIVE TV STAMPSOpen JOE WELLBORN
for Plaintiff. whose address Is You are hereby notified, that a
P.O. Box 1566. New Smyrna Beach. suit has been filed against you in Dally .S to 6 Furniture &
Decimated. qaelal Pnblleatiea Florida. the above entitled cause; and you UpholsteryGOOD
THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE is are hereby required to file your an- Phone ID 7-3188
for Public Notice o f FUclev I hereby designated as the newspaper swer with the Clerk of this Court. USED FURNITURENew
County MomlclpallUe taerelm in which this Order shall be and to serve a copy thereot upon 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell Bedding-Mattress Renovating
published once a week for four (4) the plaintiff plaintiff attorney. Furniture Uplaol.terla-Trade
and the State .f Florida consecutive weeks. whose name and address Is:
HEREIN FAIL NOT OR JUDGMENT Ray Selden DRUG STORES ) 1095 Flomich Holly Hill-CL, 3315I
WILL BE ENTERED AGAINST Selden Building
YOU BY DEFAULT. Daytona Beach. Florida I PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS
Catered a..oeoad eUuu matter WITNESS my hand and seal of not later than June 16th. A.D. 1961.
February 0.1013,at the poatoffleet said! Court at Bunnell. Flagler If you fail to do so. decree pro Moody's Pharmacy;
County. Florida this
helief Corner Drug Store
Count
Dnanell. Florida, uder act eiIareb May A.D., 196L you for demanded in the Flagler, ,
: (Seal) E, A. SMYTHE bill of. complaint. The nature ,of PRESCRIPTIONS Publishers Printers
3 1876.'One
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Clerk of the Circuit CourtFlagler said suit being for divorce.
County Florida. WITNESS my hand and seal o f DRUGS SUNDRIES
I I -
., ,LSO Richard E Conner said Court this 10th day of.. May Phone ID 7.3282
year- Attorney at Law A..D. 1961. FOUNTAIN SERVICE
monthritL33 P.:_ O. Box 1566- (Official. Seal B* A. SMYTHE .
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... NewSmyrna Beach. Florida '. ,Clerk of said Clrcui -Court' BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 73661 \BUNNELL,.. FLORIDA
f: Mar 111SJune, U-Itc, May'18-25{& June: 1-8-1tc f ,

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THE FLAGLER
Thursday, June 1, 1961 "
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I II Mrs. DUane Deen and daughI r-" Raphael Sturman returned to I and also her brother in law,
I ters, Elaine and Suellen, left his home here last week aftera John Bielejeski.The .
k Wednesday for a visit in Stark- short visit in Norfolk, Va.,
ville, Miss., with her mother, with his brother and in South shell color_of eggs does:
Mrs. Alvah Lewis. ,Boston, Va., with his sister. His not affect the flavor, nutritive-
JLOCALjJ.EOYCE daughter, Mrs. William Marshall value, or the cooking results.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Atkinsonwere of Onancock, Va., joined
I in Charlotte, N. C., duringthe him in Norfolk for the four day
( past weekend attending the visit.i TV
ATKINSON UNDERGOES .SURGERYMrs. I Ii i Rebl 300 Races.BURROWS SERVICEALL

CELEBRATES SECOND I Ethel Lord is, a patientin i Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller were MAKES
HAVE
BIRTHDALY ANNIVERSARY .1 the Flagler Hospital in St. WEEKEND GUESTMr. i jin Lake City Sunday visiting Agent For
Boyce Atkinson, young son ofjMr. ]I Augustine where she underwent with Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Moody,
and Mrs. Harry Atkinson, surgery last*week. She .is reported and Mrs. Allen Burrows Howard and Nancy Moody. Dur RCA & PHILCO
celebrated his second birthday I as improving satisfactori.. had as their weekend ,guest Mr. ing the afternoon they attended TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
anniversary with a party at the ly. -,* Fritz Glaser of Hamburg, Ger- Nancy's piano recital and in the AND INSTALLED
| home of his parents, N. More many. evening they attended the Bac
St., on May 18. I Mr. Glaser is se road engineerfor calaureate Service for the Co- TUBES TESTED FREE
1 Mrs. Jimmy Knight of Jacksonville "Esso" Company of Ham- lumbia High School. Howard is
Games and swimming in a spent the past weekend I burg and traveling throughoutthe a member of the graduatingclass.
i playpool were features of 'entertainment here with Mr. Knight and United States doing research TV Bob
during the after Charles. I
work for his company. He is a
noon. cousin of the Burrows, and expects Mrs. Ed Bielejeski is visitingin FLAGLER'BEACH
Enjoying the ,afternoon with' Miss ammie Whitaker, student to return to Germany the I Fort Lauderdale this week PHONE HE 9-2204
at FSU in Tallahassee, -
Boyce were Trcia Peavy, Cheryl latter part: of June. with her sister and her family
Zeller, Robbie, Melinda, and spent the past weekend with
Marilyn Mercer, and Mickey At her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. .
kinson. Whitaker. She will return soon i- .,
gr wt ftT% TWrVIT'1%
f for the summer and will teach
: PETER
Mrs. Atkinson was assisted in
: I private lessons in voice at her ii.
LAWFORDo
caring for the guests by E ; ;
young 0111 IC
home here. She is majoring in I i. .. o*your
Mrs. H. V. Peavy, Mrs. Eddie THEKIRBYSTONE SUMMER
+ I music at FSU and will be a WHAT '
fl
Zeller, and Mrs: Gayle Mercer. COOL POUR. .,. ... ...
I I Junior there this fall.
ox Tv
I- ; THE ICE.CAPADES .,..,, ,.t. yw.w,
STEVENS DAUGHTERJim ON ICE !
Mr.: and Mrs. Ed Copeland -. !
and Corrine Stevens of visited Tuesday and Wednesdayin :
West Palm Beach are announc- Lake City. While there they I .: '
ing the arrival of a six pound attended the graduation exer JUNENBCTV
nine ounce .daughter born May I cises of the Columbia High I I
I School. Billy Reed was a mem-
27.The Stevens are former residents ber of the graduating class.-
of Milwaukee, Wis. They! i
were patients in the Flagler I George Moody, Sr., and his'i : I i
Clinic and Hospital for treat-I I daughter, Mrs. M. B. Fuller, were: ij
s ment following an automobile i I in Lake City Tuesday evening: :
I accident about a year and half I for the commencement exercisesof I
I .ago. The accident occurred. the Columbia High School. ,
while they were on their honey: Mr. Moody's grandson, Howard
moon in Florida. I Moody, was a member of the
I graduatingclass.
I :Mrs. M. H. Gist of Scottsboro,
Ala., and her daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Holland .
i Robert Johnston and little were in Jacksonville Sunday aft- .F OR'DA_ lvni'ON ,
t daughter, visited here three ernoon visiting with Hoke Cobb 1 UNITE[ $T IESJJREWERS' ASSOCIATION, tNC.t ..
days this week with'Mrs/Tlos-I who is in Riverside Hospital. for It''O LA g-O"
sie Richardson. :medical treatment. t _J I
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CONDITIONED FOR YOUR I BRANNAM'S
SHOPPING PLEASURE. BRAIMIMAM S RED & WHITE

WE GIVE 1 SALE.QUALITY, PLUS.

50 FREE EVERYDAY LOW PRICES
BETTER FOODS FOR BETTER LIVING-
SUPER SAVE I R D&
I WHITE AT LOWER COSTS Red & White

STAMPS I FOODS"' 119 N. BAY ST. PH. IDLEWOOD 7-3496 I
MILK 6 790 I
With $5.00 or more J cans
) food order to everybody - I
----- -- ]Red & White 212PEACHES I
WHOLE ALL TENDER MEAT JUST ARRIVED NEW CROP
Red & White 14 oz. J'
GRAPES, CHERRIES, and PLUMS 290 i
CATSUP 190, ]BEEF TENDER. lOIN tb 7gelI.
Large GreenCELERY J Red
& White
1. S. Good BeefCHUCK 4 oz. I
Red & White 24 oz.

GRAPE JUICE i ROAST. ttJ 390 2stak,290 :BLACK PEPPER 390

Golden RipeBANANAS
35e lI. S. GoodCHUCK I
Red & White 18
oz.
Red & White 303 FRUITCOCKTAIL S'fEAKS'tb 490 '. 2.B.190 :APPLE V !

Lean FreshGROUND New Crop SWEET YELLOW JELLY 290

i 4 fo/100 BEEF 2u>,890Armours ONIONS :3ib.190SPECIAL 4 J Red .& White 18 oz. Glass

CampfireFRANKS GRAPE
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Red & WhiteMAYONNAISE

.1 Zb g 790Birdseye ]PRESERVES 39
Grade "A" Small

290 10 oz. V Red & White 12 oz.
Pint WHOLE OKRA .Z5e EGGS 3 Doz. $100 :PEANUT
Red & White ,

SALAD OIL ]Birdseye 10 oz. V. Red & White 303 GARDEN ]BUTTER jar 29

490 ]BLACK EYE" PEAS. :. 250Birdseye PEAS 2for37g :Our Value 2l/2 .

Quart 11 -oz. PORK &

Red & White 26 oz. CHOPPED or LEAFSPINACH Red & White ]BEANS
190
SALT Z 190 .
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for Z 330
,{ APPLE. SAUCE Red & White 303

I JewelSHORTENING 4 CUT GREEN
15 Jar 303ACan
oz. or

j SpunMARGARINE 2 .b.390 for3S0 BEANS 2 for3c

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3 490 ;Vf axwell House .. led & WhiteLIQIDD
Limit 1 with $5.00 order Red & White 12 oz.
INSTANT COFFEE SWEET MIXEDPICKLES STARCH
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PAGE SIX THE FLAGJ.ER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA June
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t..'i', j'"MEMORIAL DAY will be Mrs. Paul Kelly and. Mrs. public is Invited. Regular congregational the absence of the pastor, Itev. I i''
"SERVICES-HELD: ATT I George Bondy. business meetingwill R. W. Dickert Rev. and Mrs. "

Iil ESPANOLA CEMETERYMemorial The ,Florida Annual Methodist follow the supper. Dickert are taking three weeks \
yi
li 5 Y Day Service was I I Conference will conevene in The pulpit of the church will vacation In Ohio and Pennsylvania '

lt t: held at the Espanola Cemeteryat I I I Lakeland on June 6th and Rev. be supplied next Sunday morn visiting with relatives and

....- 11 o'clock Tuesday morningby and Mrs. Hoover are planningto ing by Howard J. Wisehaupt in friends. 1\
..' members of Flagler Post 115, ,attend. I .
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f.tr The American Legion, and Post J
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5213 Veterans of Foreign Wars. FOUR GENERATIONS
W vY .
fl rh rfi.I Serving as commander for the I GET TOGETHER "

r: II service,was Dale Brown, Jr., and :I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shill entertained MOODY'S FLORAL SERVICE

officer of the day was Raymond I on Sunday her parents, I I
.r Smith. The service was held at I Mr. and Mrs. James Phoenix Sr.,

F .. the grave of a veteran. I from Amesterdam, N. Y., her'sis.
r ter, Mrs. Ellen Jennings from

:Jlagler&ac I Orlando who was accompaniedby OPEN HOUSE
her son in law and daughter,
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.. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Chase and 'I t.
(Continued from Page 2) I their daughter, Robin Diane. I .
Mrs. Jennings and her parents I :
FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST : Friday June 2
CHURCH were residents here several years : ,
ago.
Rev. Reynold N. Hoover, min 1 Mile Old Haw Creek Road '
. ister. Sunday school 9:30, and; Mr. and Mrs.' Robert Shepard on

/ worship service at '10:30. I from Jacksonville spent several JI JII j
Communion "service and in.
> days here last week. '
y stallatinn of WSCS officers next I I i Prizes -- Refreshments

. r ; X Y .:hiy I Sunday. Services are held in the Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Martel .
Woman's Club building. and family spent the weekend
.- H in Quincy with relatives.E. .
r f <,.{..y# I Monday, June 5th, at 6- P. M. I Come Out Look Around

ry a Fellowship Picnic Supper will L. Hart and his mother, .
FASmON SHOW There's be held at the home of Rev. and I Mrs. Eda Hart Wilkins, arrived'I N ))
Mrs. R. N. Hoover. This will be from Annis-
.. not much room for complaint Saturday morning
about the embroidery that trims followed by the Official Board ton, Ala., after he had visited MODERNISTIC TABLE PIECES ,i
',: this brief bikini swimsuit froma Meeting. Please come and bringa there with her three weeks. Mrs. I

1961 Paris.collection. dish'to pass. Wilkins will spend the summer Supplies and. Flowers of All Kinds '
Thursday,,June 8, at 9:30 A.M. at her home here. I
Eggs are second' only to fish the regular WSCS meeting will 1
a, liver oils as a _natural source of be held at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Laura Alligood was a ORDERS-
FUNERAL A
SPECIALTYWe
; vitamin D. Robert Henderson. hostesses visitor with relatives in Lake I

" --- I City last week.COMMUNITY .

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: MEMORIAL Deliver
CLASSIFIED CHURCH NOTES
The ladies of the Community

Memorial Church Guild .will I
Robert
ADS serve a buffet supper'Thursday, Moody
June 1, at 6 P.M. in the Church
Fellowship Hall to which the
Listings under this beading are 3 cent per word each Insertion, .
75 cents 1. minimum charge.
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I FOR SALE-4 unit apartment

FOR SALE-16' Panacraft Boat, I house., Main St. Flagler 'Beach, ..
windshield' top, 30 HP Evinrude.,1% blocks from ocean. Priced to p : ;?stihs

Electric Starting, ,Motor. Tilt :I sell. C. Leslie Ginn, 421 Lemon ..,
trailer, water: _skis and other i St., Palatka, EA 53534.
boat ,and skiing -equipment t April 138tpWANT \
$600.00P: one ID, 7.7154.61ltc" .

TO TRADE-22 automatic '
Remington Rifle for a 38 re- .. ,. .
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, FOR SALE-Home cabinet sew- volver Smith-Weston or Colt c
ing machine, good condition with short.barrel. Call ID 73168. .;:::., '.'" i. '

$25.00. Mrs. P. R. Vogel, Central 5.25.2tc .
Avenue between 6th and 7th
streets, Flagler Beach. ATTENTION-Man or woman: Please Accept Our"Cooling"
' Serve Consumers with Rawleigh "
June 1-ltc : '
Products in Flagler Co. Must ,
t HAIRY INDIGO have desire to earn $100 per Card! \: ;
".'. The ideal cover crop and soil week & up. See C.D. Gall R No.

I builder. x 2, Box 223, Palatka, or write ,t .
Regular, per 100 lbs. ...__. '25.00 Rawleigh's Dept. FAE-360.27 SUMMERGRAMS HELP FLORIDA GROW. \

"' Early, per 100 Ibs. ._..$26.00 Memphis, Tenn. 518.3tp .. ,
- Delivered to near by points. _
A.M. Prevatt, Phone 749-2115: TRADE OR SELL-equity of 3- I
Seville, Fla. June l-4tc bedroom home, 2 bath, Florida : SEND YOURS NOW!
-- room, 2 car garage and'work i : .
LIVE AT, FLAGLER BEACH shop, two years old, on 92 ft ( .. .
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THIS SUMMER waterfront lot in Venice Park for :. :. : '.' ;

Furnished 3-room aparts. and smaller home. See Emil Huber, '::, ,. ;, :'-;
efficiencies, $45 to $65 per builder, Flagler Beach. -
month, plus utilities for June, 3.30-Tf ":' Your out-of-state friends .

July and August. HE 92122. SEPTIC TANK-cleaning -reason-- : ., will "get the message" about .j ,

May 25-4tc able rates. George Jarosz, Phone #4 J ,, i AIR-CONDITIONED \ :

FOR SALE-48 Jeep 4 wheel dr. ID 7.3410 3-2 to 8-24-tp FLORIDA'S SUMMERTIMEf : :
condition. Can be seen at
good I
E. L.. Bell,,Deen Road. !'FOR RENT furnished 2 bedroom h: r\ PLEASURES! Pick up a batch .
one bath house, Daytona Ave.,
<
May 25-2tp <' of ..
"SUMMERGRAM"
; color
Flagler Beach.,, Completely ren
IF YOU OWN A LOT"-Anywhere. I ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys ;.. : postcards at your FP&L

In, Flagler County, call HE 9- I can be picked up at Sullivan's -U- --- ', office. Invite your friends' \
2073 for information about have Gulf Station. _Nov 10-tf -.
to vacation in Florida this '
built
ing a 2 or 3 bedroom home
: with no down',payment at only FOR RENT on the, ocean 1 and A summer...and to explore{ .

$56 a month ,which covers all 2 bedroom apartments completely Floiida's limitless business
furnished, utilities included. ,
May costs.25.4tc Sensible rate day, :week, month, j(_ and professional opportunities.

. or permanent Sun Sea Motel ::..:} ''' Remember, today's tourist istomorrow's
. FOR\SALE 45 Registered Angus formerly Flagler Manor).- ;- : :
: ;: : :> : ;: __ neighbor. Send .
bulls..'24 ,to'30 months.. Calf hood 9-15-tf ',
:,.
vaccinated. T.B. Certified. Exceptional ; your "SUMMERGRAMS" now!
breeding. Knollwood I FOR RENT-Unfurnished large J $+C'b G. ,

Angus Ranch, JJartow. ,Florida. 2-bedroom garage apartment.
Phone 5333665. Off Route 60 Call HE 9.2318, or see Zeke. ,, '-',' '

midway: .,Between Bartow andLake qhaffee. U-17-tf "tt
Wales. 5.18- FREE -
2tcJOHNSTON'S ;4 < ?(
BARGAIN MONTH .. :
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.at your FP&L Office TODAY : .
REALTY
:MOT 15th-June 15th FLAGLER BEACH CO. : TFLOIDkir.w.
LoTs, HOMES OCEAN FRONT. **"*.
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'Thpmpson Music Co.. J? .
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: WATER FRONT, FARMS, : ,
134 'Volusia Ave.
DAYTONA .BEACH ACREAGE I LIGHT ,COMP'IY.6;
CL 2-8215 See us for your real estate__ueedz ,
: Telephone. Office Phone HE'9-2242. : Helping Build Florida .
kSave much as$3OO -
, "* as ; Residence Phones m'13691 -.i.
., "on a Piano-or, Organ or ID 7.3517' .
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