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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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.. iIIFlagler TribuneVOL. CONSERVE WATER Begin Sunday At

Residents of Bunnell are

being asked to conserve Baptist Church
water due to a shortage of
supply. The City Commission .
is requesting residents
55 NO 14 BUNNELL., FLORIDA THURSDAY. APRIL 6. 1967 $2.50 A YEAR to refrain from unnecessary F-

use of the water, such as

Board Approves HONOR ROLL12th Shelton Barber sprinkling Gene Barber their City lawns Water etc.

Superintendent reports the
Subdivision PlatA Grade-Brown Named 'Mayor By water table is very low and
"A" Honor Roll the pumps which have
Kathy Emery Diana Price. been pumping 270 'gallon
Monday MeetThe "B" Honor Roll Commissioners of water per minute now
Ann Hugas, Johnnie Ruth pump 160 gallons per min a

Board of County Com Miller Janice Seale Catherine Shelton B. Barber was elected ute. An increase of usage
missioners approved a plat Stanish Julie Wllkins. Mayor of Bunnell at the has also occured, as residents .
for the Deauville Develop. 12th Grade-Gurnce annual re-organization meet. who were using ISO,-
ment Corporation for a sub. "A" Honor Roll Ing of the commission Monday 000 gallons daily are now
division near WashingtonOaks Arthur McDaniel, Barbara night. He succeeds C. B. using 200,000 gallons daily.
State Park and Marine. Pache, Linda Skolar Elsenbach who has served as Water commissioner C.

land Acres, on North AlA, "B" Honor Roll x mayor the past year. Barber B. Elsenbach said '"The
when they met Monday.In Anne Bourne, Delores Deen, has been a member of the city is in the process of In.
other action the ,board Carol Fryman, Marvin Henry, commission for the past 5 stalling a new well and

rejected all bids on air-conditioning Becky Robertson, Jack Spark- years.- pump to relieve the situation
a portion of the sec. man. Martin B, McDaniel was but will not be completed .
ond floor of the courthouse.The llth Grade-Hardin elected vice mayor. Two newly for another 15 days".

board will readvertise for "A" Honor Roll elected commissioners, T. Rev. Junius Foster, Jr.Evangelist .
air-conditioning of the entire Tony Parker. H. Wadsworth and O. K. Herr
second floor. "B" Honor Roll were seated at Monday's PTA EXECUTIVE

Agreed to pave the roadwayin Ray Krutz. /1 meeting, replacing Dave Ferryman
front of the county Jail up. llth Grade-Brooks and H. V. Peavy who MEETING THURS.The .

on the request of Sheriff P. A. "B" Honor Roll had resigned.The executive committee of
Edmonson. Sue Broadaway, Sharon Pat. 'board received five bids ,the Bunnell Parent Teachers

Took no action on a request rick, Eleanor Shill for a tractor and mower, but Assn. will meet Thursday (tonight
from County Civil Defense Director 10th Grade-Barasa. the bids were tabled due to ) at 7:30: p. m. In the Y <
: Raymond smith, for an "A" Honor Roll the absence of Miller Teters, principal's office at Bunnell
addition to the courthouse for Nancy Hargett, Carol Lynda street superintendent who was High School, according to Mrs.

an emergency operation cen Townsend."B" unable to attend the meeting.L. Gordon Buckles secretary.All .
Honor Roll H. Church, Florida Power members are urged to .
ter.Approved the purchase of a Janet Cook Hal King, Ter.. & Light representative, .attended attend this important meet
mew outboard motor for the ry Lawton, Linda Llngold, the meeting at the re ing.
boat operated by the Sheriff's Colleen Tucker. quest of commissioner Mc.

department. 10th Grade-Craig Daniel, to discuss the changing )
Agreed to grade North 11th "A" Honor Roll of the lighting system on LAKE NEOGA SAFE M

street in Flagler Beach at the Gary Buckles, Terry Rawl- US Hwy. 1 and Moody Blvd. FOR SWIMMINGA
request of Claude Varn. ins. The board agreed to upgrade
Accepted the low bid, of "B" Honor Roll the present light system by sanitary survey and 'water -
Brannam's IGA Grocery Store Brenda Townsend.9th changing the existing lights samples taken from Lake

for stockade supplies. Grade-Hanyen ,' from 6,000 lumen to 11,000 Neoga by Gene Holly, County
Agreed to hire Philip & "B" Honor Roll f mercury vapor. Forty-seven Sanitarian, shows the wat
Wine Associates to survey the Janet Haines, Jeanne Hlg- lights oni US Hwy. 1 from the er safe for bathing and swim.
rock pit on Hwy 100 and to ginbotham, Ann Meekins.9th south city limits to the north ming. Due to the dry weatherwe
prepare a description of a Grade-Bayless city limits and twenty-six on now have the bacteria
proposed ditch near the Deen "B" Honor Roll Moody Blvd. from the east tot counts very low. In past years
Road and Bay Street intertion Becky Durrance, Faye Hut. the west city limits will be after the rains the bacteria Alan Celorla

on a !eejue!!%the... .. chanson; Bet Matherh"I aWilson changed. ..counts,, have been to* i j__ Song J..eader .
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-city ot'lJunn "' -- Evanton 5>i! "! !PUWtcL! 'be request or1id ). \,' m&te surffc* vaK&Sffioff Revival Sefvices will be

No action was taken by the egatlon from the Church of from the shoreline This conducted in the First Baptist
board on a request from the 8th Grade-Taylor God and Christ for a culvertto surface water runoff no doubt Church of Bunnell beginning
Federal Aviation Agency for "A" Honor Roll be installed on the church carries Into the lake animal April 9 and continuing
airport Improvements. Minnie Deen Catherine property.A wasted from cattle and wild through April 14.

Adopted a plan to regulatethe Harris, Chip Johnston, Greg request from the Com animals which are not considered The first services will be on
speed of boats In the In. Robertson, Kirk Robertson."B" munity Memorial ,Churchat as Injurious to healthas
9 at 11:00 a. m.
Sunday, April ,
tercoastal Canal. Honor Roll human waste.
Flagler Beach .to have a
8:00 and then *
and continue
: m.,
Marvin Clegg, Ruth Johns, rummage sale in Bunnell was No culture for fungus was p. Evening

through Friday
ST. MARYS CHURCH Pam McDaniel, Judy Patty tabled until a definite date is made. However most ear in. each
at 7:30: p. m. eve
Vicky Perritt, Kay Perryman, set. fection causes are probablyfrom
ANNUAL BAZAAR Betty Steflik, Jay Townsend, activation of fungi .al. ning. The public is cordially
Granted permission to the In the moisture invited to! attend. Special emphasis
Elayne Tucker. ready ear by
SUNDAY. APRIL 9 8th Grade-Middleton Bunnell Band Parents Assn. to from increased humidity, perspiration will be given to a good

The annual bazaar sponsor. "B" Honor Roll use the Softball field at Bull or a shower or bath program of Gospel Music.
ed by St. Marys Catholic Sandy Abbott, James Bryan dog Stadium for a Donkey Holly stated. Rev. Junius and., will
Alan
Church, Korona, will be Sun. Sharon Pache, Janet Scott Softball game, April 21. be the Evangelist
day, April 9. Mark Strickland.7th Mayor Barber appointed BAND CONCERT Celoria will be song leader
and soloist. A will be
The special activities will GradeHein"A" commissioner Elsenbach to the nursery
City Water Department Commissioner FRIDAY NIGHTThe provided for each service.
commence with Mass at 7:30a. : Honor Roll ;
Rev. Foster Is native of
McDaniel to streets a
m. There wil be a '"Bless Lila Allen. Bunnell High School
ing or the Cars" which will "B" Honor Roll and drainage, recreation, lake "Biggest Little Band in Dixie" Virginia; a graduate of the .
of Richmond and
take place at 12:00 noon In Karen Clegg, Craig Coates, fountain project, and a liaison will present its annual spring University
Crozier Theological Seminary.
front of the Shrine of Saint Nancy Creal, Debbie Johnston, between the city and county concert, Friday, April 7, at He the of
Christopher, following the Sue Ellen Seale, Kenny Tay boards; Commissioner Herr was fomerly pastor
8:00: p. m. In the school gym. the Nonrtew Baptist ChurchIn
recitation of the prayers of lor. was assigned to the budget, All band members will
par. Ithe First
finance and insurance Norfork Virginia,
the ritual for the travelers. 7th Grade-Beasley com
ticipate in the under
program Church in Miami and
mittee Commissioner Wads. Baptist
Holy Name Society memberswill "A Honor Roll ;
the direction of Addison Webber
worth will be In charge of the Stetson Baptist Church In
distribute cards with the Jeff Taylor.
band master.
prayers and a picture of the MB" Honor Roll taxation, public buildings and Also on the will Deland. He is currently pastorof
program the First Church of New
shrine to those attending Mary Cook, Sybil Jones properties,' sanitation! and be a vocal group composed of Smyrna Beach.
service. Everyone Is invited to Steve Jellnek Denese Tucker, City Beautification. seventh and eighth grade The evangelist Is married
have their car blessed during Kenn Tucker. girls.
\ and has four children. lie was
this special service. 6th Grade-Tonkin
The John Phillip Sousa twice decorated for meritorious
Ladies of the Altar Society "A" Honor Roll
17th ANNUAL Award will be presented to service as a Navy Pilot In
will serve a dinner beginningat Barbara Cowart.
the most outstanding band
World War II and Is currently
12:30: p. mf which will be "B" Honor Roll CABBAGE BALLSATURDAY member. ,
serving member of the
as
a
followed by a games party In Charles Cowart, Ronald
Board of Missions of (the FlorIda
St. Maryn! Hall. Herring, Christine Higgin- BUNNELL SCHOOL Baptist Convention.
The public is cordially invited botham, James Pounds, Davey The seventeenth annual
to attend. Solomon, Donna Steflik, Cherry Cabbage Ball sponsored by FAIR SCHEDULEDFOR Mr.the Celoria Music is School a sophomorein at Stet.
Wadsworth, Tolbert Wim- the Country Club will be Sat-
University. He has been
son
BUNNELL berly. urday, April 8th at the Bun. APRIL 13A
soloist for their touring
5th Grade-Morris nell Civic Center from 9. groups
m.
p. School Fair with all
GENERAL HOSPITAL and for their concert choir. He
"B" Honor Roll until 1 a. m.
grades, kindegarten through
Is also active in the University -
ADMITTED: Larry Buono, Gloria Bass, Chip Brooks, Danny High and his ten twelve participating' will open
Chorus and In the University
William Dewey Jones Jack Debbie Holdridge Elaine member band will provide the! Thursday, April 13 ait; 6i45 Madrigals. His homo Is in
McCabe Catherine Harris all Weeks, Mona Wetherinetsfi. music for the affair. p. m. at Bunnell High School
W1111 ton, Forkfe. He will di.
of Bunnell; Dorothy Gossell 5th Grade-Murwry More than two hundred exhibits -
rect the Bunneil choir and
and Agnes Evwrhart, Flagler "B" Honor Roll Reservations are still avail will be on display. The
Beads; Frederick McCloud, Paula Kiwala, Catty,, May. able and may be obtained by Fair is under the supervision provide special music throughout
Jacksonville. ; Florence Smyth, field, Jan Perryman.4th calling 437-3066 or 4373476. of Buddy Taylor and Lanier the revival.

Connecticut; Dorothy Wads- Qiuie. Tewaseerf- Beasley, both members at the
worth, New York; Charles MB" Honor Roll BHS faculty. BASEBALL MMCTIGC
Stevens, North Carolina. Karen Baker Susan Clegg BAND PAftCNTS" The :students projects will SATURDAY A. M.
DISMISSED: : Harold Jones, Rob Cowart, Carole Hardtn, MEET TONKHIT be arranged in the classrooms Little League baseball and
Catherine Harris, William Marcy Strickland, Eve Tuck*. The Bunnell Band Parents gymnasium and cafeteria batting practice will be Sat
Dewey Jones, Frederick HeClaud 4th awde ..M *er Assn. will meet tonight for viewing. urday morning from 9:00 a. m.
Florence Smyth Mar. "." HMMK Koll (Thursatefl at 0:00pai.th: Both students and teaehemhope Ill 12 noon Leslie Pad*, director .
gMt Cook, Walter Goodwin, Jeff Crews, Randy Mating tfw 1 Walter Wllk to. make this fee sett said today.
Caroline Starry Betty Ant Jenny McFarland Jan Dwelt ins Peachy ___ and biggest fair ever stage* in the county ale
Chase, Robert Brown, May Jay Rodgers, Dottie Tk- All parents are urged to at at .. tmwgedbois participate In the
Rant, Dorothy ....... fit. tend. Everyone Is Invited. )INIpIm.P. .






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2-THE. FLAGLEH IDHITlIURs... APRIL 6. 1967 HAPPY BIRTHDAY: LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT----

.. IN TilE COUNTY JUG.'!4 jj
Thursday (Today) Edward CO ItT IV AND FlU FLAG CHURCH
Oltjr 3Uanlr( mrtbunrINCOJPOJATJDD AGAINST FAILURE.The YOU FOR SUCH Fllklns, Ricky Dykstra, AliceE. IN LEH 1'RODATE.COUNTY NO.FLORIDA.B13

nature of this suit Is a Schaelfler. Estate of
Re
bill for divorce. In : HEWS
-- BUNNELL FLORIDA WITNESS my hand and seal FRIDAY-Rose Cabe T. H. CHRIS KILPER,
at Bunnell, Flakier Deceased.
Florida, this 16th day of Marc. Bruner, Robert F. McDaniel, NOTICE
LEN WILSON A. D. 1987 Eunice Bass.SATIJRDAYRalph. Pursuant to Section 735.06.
GEORGE M. MOODY, Clerk Florida Statutes, notice Is here- EPISCOPALThe
THOMAS
Editor and PublisherBETTS ST
Circuit Court Flagler .
Sears. by given than an order has been
& McDANIEL County Julia FloridaBy entered lUIIOfco declaring Rev. Robert Stuart
R.
: Harvey t the estate of
News Editor (Official Court Seal) SUNDAY-Bill Reynolds, Eleanor Chris Kllper as unnecessary. Priest in Charge

March Deputy 23,Clerk SO, April 6. 13, etc Kolar, Keith B. Wigle, 'Kindly govern yourself accord'rly Morning Worship 11.15 a, m.
Jennie Jones. > (s) T. K. McKnight Church School 11:15: a.m. .
De.isaated aewip.per
'er .nLe..a' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN Judge
o 9Jr. Communion first Sunday of
Advertrstag MONDAY-John C. Vogel. Date March 23,
Toe CIRCUIT COURT IN Mar. 23, 30, Apr. 6. IS 4tc each month. .
AND FOR FLAGLBIl COUNTY WEDNESDAY-Frank Three miles east of Bunnellon
Entered a* second class matter FLORIDA HutchInson
February (, IMS. at the post 'FRANK CIVIL,"TRAINER.ACTION 67 Mary G. Staton, Grady LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN highway 100.COMMUNITY .

office at Bunnell Florida, under Plaintiff. Prather, Jr., Roy O. Her- TilE CIRCUIT COURT
Act of March S, 1171. -ve- sey-Mary Hart Jannet Gail FLAC.LEK COUNTY FLORIDA MEMORIAL :
MARIE TRAINER CIVIL ACTION 56 '
Defendant. Peavy. OLIVER LOWERY. JR.Plaintiff.. CHURCH
0.. Year .....--20M NOTICE OF SUIT Flagler Beach .
Six )I.ahs IL2S IN THE NAME OF THE STATE vs. Rev. :R. W. Dickert. Pastor
OF FLORIDA: LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTCIRCUIT DARLENE H. LOWERY.
TO: MARIE TRAINER Defendant. Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 2(3 Northrop Street COURT Service 11
Cranston, Rhode Island FLAGLER COUNTY NOTICE Worship a. m.
IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT IN You are hereby! required to file FLORIDA TO: DARLENE H. LOWERY Communion every first Sunday .
AND FOR FLAGLEH COUN- with the Clerk of this Court Civil N.. ftS 1416 Buchanan Street of each quarter
answer to the California
TY, FLORIDA Maryvllle,
CIVIL No. M plaint filed herein againstCyo In Re: Change of Name of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
FRANK LANZARA, in the above styled cause, on or JULIE KAY LUSKO, that a Complaint for Divorce
Plaintiff before the 18th day of April a minor has been filed against you, FIRST METHODIST
A.D. 1)87, 1n'fE a copy and required to serve a BUNNELL 1BeT.
ona you are I.
DIANB'LANZARA thereof BECKS, LUCILLE ANN WILKINS
Defendant., plaintiffs attorney, herein, NOTICETo copy the of complaint your answer to or the pleadingto Plaintiffs ..Oliver Taylor. Pastor i

..iNOTICR OF SUIT whose Rldgewood address Avenue Is: 119 Daytona North : FRANK LUSKO attorney, LELAND B. Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. 1
IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF Beach, Florida. "F L A G L E R Address UnknownYou SHAW Florida,, P.and O. Box file 29 the, Bunnell originalanswer Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. '
FLORIDA
TOt DIANE ,LANZARA TRIBUNE"the newspaper It hereby in which designatedas this it Petition Are Hereby for the Notified Change That of of pleading In the office Methodist Youth Fellowship, .
Residence and address un- order shall be published once a Name of the white' female, of the Clerk before of the the Circuit 15th day Court of 6:30 p. m.FIRST i
known. week for four consecutive weeks. minor-child I JULIE KAY LUSKO. on or
You are hereby required to HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DE- was filed In the above cause ont April. 1967. If you fall to do so. 0'"
file with the Clerk of llrlf : t, FAULT WILL BE ENTERED e 17 day of March, A D 1967, a order of default will relief be takenagaln.t demanded BAPTIST CHURCH
for the -
your answer to the AGAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL- LUCILLE ANN WILKINS you
plaint flied herein against you URE. and you commandedta in the cOMplaint. Flagler Beach
In the above styled cause on or The nature of this suit Is a be and appearbJo the above- DATED at Bunnell, FlaglerCounty Max Hall Pastor
before April 26. 1X7 and serve bill for divorce. named Court on or before the 17 Florida, this' Uth day of
a copy thereof upon BERRIENBECKS WITNESS my hand and seal day of April 1967. to show March 1967.GEORGE. Sunday School: 9:45. .
plaintiffs attorney herein at Bunnell. Flagler C cause If any there be, why thePetition M. MOODY. Clerk Morning Worship: 11:00.:
whose address Is: 119 NorthRidgewood Florida this !9th day of Marc: for Change of Name Circuit Court, Flagler County
Avenue, Daytona A.D. 1967.GEORGE. should not be granted. Florida Evening Worship: 7:30.
Beach**Florida. "FLAOLEH TRIBUNE M. MOODY Clerk DATED this 17 day of By Janice Clerk Murray Wednesday Prayer Meeting:
is hereby as Deputy
designated Circuit Court Flagler County March 1967.
the newspaper In which this order Florida (Court Seal) LELAND B. SHAWP. 7:30.:
shall be published once a By: /sJulia R. (S) GEORGE M. MOODY, O. Box 296 .
week for four consecutive weeks. Deputy arIe'k; CLERK CIRCUIT COUuTFla.gler Bunnell. Florida .
HEREIN FAIL, NOT OR A DE- (Official Court Seal) County. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff ,> BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST
FAULT WILL, BE ENTERED March 16, 23. 30. April t-ITC March 2S-30 April 6.13 March 16, 23, 30, April 6 --4TC Charles D. Anders Pastor

Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Sunday
School.

11:00: a.m. Morning Worship
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.Ip i 0' 6:30 p.m. Training Union.
41 .J. I,; Ht,
1 : o I 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship.Wed. .
,:, ( .: 7:30 p.m., Prayer
I.. r I Service.
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., )Meet Chevy's THE Reynold METHODIST Flagler Nelson Beach Hoover CHURCH


Church School, 9:45 a. m.

Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
Youth Fellowship 6:30: p. m. I
- Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:30

Suburban p.m.Men's Club the
new meets first

I- ,. ; .. .L 7:30 Monday p: m.Woman's of. each month at

Society of Chris-

.. tlon Service the 2nd Thursday .

9:30 a. m.CATHOLIC .
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-di'I '. .:........:.. CHURCHESRev.

fr Fr. Anthony Leon Pastor
ST. MARY'S. KORONA

Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m.

; Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed.,
1 and Friday at 8:30 'a.m.
FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL
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___ A..<.:., Sunday Mass: 9:00 a.m.
Weekday Masses: Tues. and

oj Thurs. at 8:30: a.m.
ST. STEPHEN'S BUNNELL

Sunday Mass: 10:30: a.m.

Weekday Mass: Saturday at
8:30 a.m.PENTECOSTAL.


HOLINESSRev.

W\ John Llngold, Pastor
% Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.

u Worship Service, 11:00 a. m.
: Life Liners Service, 6:30p.
m.

Evening Evangelistic Service
Available in M- and%-ton models. 7:30 p. m.

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS. APRIL 6, 1967
Returns

hon.

Are;Showmg

'.'\ '/i' home CHOICE Lean Western (Center Cut)

Many' ErrorsSome '' m CWINC., Pork Chops {

10,443 federal cake
turns without the Kip
W-2 withholding and TS
have 'been filed so far -
year by ,Florida Mrs. lb 69
and those In the 6 other West -
prising the IRS' Lin-
Region. This means a nnnU.
in the processing of S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
,'
until the W-2's can be
ed from taxpayers been'i the

to A. J. O'Donnell, Jr., IRS ROAST :Ilk 53
trict Director for Florida. ; .

When returns are
In IRS offices without a
far all Income on which last U. S. D. A. Choice
have been withheld, a
requesting document is
to the taxpayer. Until the will 63
Is received, or an the
explanation of why It cart
be supplied, processing '
return cannot be Copland's SMOKED (4-6 lb. Avg.) SLICED FREE
Copy B of the W-2 de
that employers are far ,
to give employees is the PICNICS lb.
that should be attached to used ,
eral tax returns. 39- '
One reason for /Ithe
issuing refunds, the
of taxpayers to include' Cen Valleydale "ALL MEAT" Valleydale "Dry Cured" SLAB
correct Social Security : had
ber on the tax return. of SMOKED SAUSAGE : SMOKED BACON ,
last week, Mr. O'Donnell total
ported, 2,666 refunds 'had lb. lb.
53c. Sliced Free 59c

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RATE-4c per word. Minimum FOR SALE-Reduce ,safe, sim
charge per Issue $1.00. ple and fast with GoBese
tablets. Only 98c i at your RIB TIPS-NECK BONES-HOG $1ffOO'

LISTINGS WANTED FOR drugstore. Jan19Apr. 6-12tc I MAWS-PIG TAILS-PIG FEET :JJ Lbs........................ ./ I
ACREAGE-small or large in
Flagler County. Have many FOR SALE-2 houses on Deen
good prospects. H. "Al" Soder- Road, both for $6,500 with Ga. Red No. 303 Can
lund. 404 S. Rldgewood Ave., 500 down annd $60 month.
per
Daytona Beach, Fla. :Phones Move right in. Barker & Wilson OiTkOj 6;Forx$100$ SNOWDRifT
.
255.2536, 252-0624. 3-30, 4-6,2p' Tribune Building, Bun-*'* .... ,
nell. 4373262. tf Our Value No. 303 Can
For Fill Dirt, Shell and Light APPLE For l
Dozier Work, call 437.3669, FOR SALE-1957 Plymouth SAUCE 6 1 3 Tin 49
Martin Harding or Jimmy two-door sedan. Heater, radio
Snyder. 1.12 to 5.26 p. and new paint Job. Excellent Omaha 3 lb. 'Bag
condition One owner. $195.00. LONG Each Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
SEPTIC TANK: cleaning; drain Call 4373820. 4.6-ltp. GRAIN RICE 39c
fields Installed; Rota-Roter
snail shell. Reasonable prices. CHILD CARE-Will do baby. Our Value Quart Jar -N
Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 sitting or will care for child SALAD Ea. KRAFTFROZEN
8-1-tf ren in my home. Call 439.2021 DRESSING 390
April 6, ltc
Let your Dog or Cat kill their Northern ( 4 Please) ORANGE JUICE
own Ticks and Fleas. Feed FOR RENT-Apartment-three TOILET TISSUE !kt: 29c
them TICK-RID CAPSULES, rooms and bath. Mrs. A. O.
Anderson Rexall Drug Store. Thompson, South US Hwy. 1. Quart Ci
Call 4373416. 4.6-ltp Bottle 23'
FOR SALE-Honda "300" 1967 MAXWELL HOUSE
model. Very reasonable. Call FOR SALE-Three bedroom
4377159. 4.6-ltc. home. CBS. 100x100 lot. Dou. INSTANT COFFEE
ble garage. Call 437.3223 after
MATURE LADY WANTEDTo FOODS
5:00: p. m. or 437.3351 from
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franchise of 6oz
become owner
9:30: a. m. until 4:30 p. m. 69c
Morton's APPLE & PEACH 20 Pkg.
new ladles dress shop to open April 6, Itc. oz.
soon In Bumnell. Pixie Shops, Each
with 104 stores in five states Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FRUIT PIES Zge
now has opening for franchise FOR SALE-One used dump-
owner In Bunnell. Pixie will body with hoist. In good con Frosty Acres MUSTARD COLLARD
dition. Can be at George
furnish $10,000 to $15,000 of seen
merchandise free. You pay Wickline's residence at Flag. Turnip GREENS
FRESH PRODUCE 3 :: 3ge
small amount for fixtures. ler Beach or call 4392254. Pk
Call Jim Robertsomi 378.2083, April 6, Itp. Large HeadLETTUCE
Gainesville, Fla.'or write P. O.
Box 157, Alachua Fla. Two Used Lounges, blue- Each I e
Mar. 30 and Apr. 6. green color. Foam pad and F A B
bolsters, both f<*. $34.50. Jer ,
FOR SALE-Mahogany Stereo, ry's Furniture & Appliances, 1 lb. Cello Bag
AM FM Radio Console Com Old Dixie Hwy., 2 miles S. of Each Giant
bination, three speeds. Needs Korona, Ph. 437.3752: 4.6-ltc CARROTSFresh .9c Size 49
minor repair $35.00. Call. 437-
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4.6-ltc
3340. FOR SALE 3 piece living GreenCABBAGE
lb. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished room suite, plastic sod bed, 5C
two bedroom du double bed hmerspring mat
plex. Screened porch and carport tress. Also potted geraniums
Call 437-3304. 4.6-ltc and ferns. Call ... 4-fc-lp
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7-Jttl OTEN SUNDAYS U.s. Ho. 1 BUNIHELL
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I 4-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. APRIL 6. 1967 SHOWER FETES

BRIDE ELECT

", J :Mrs. Lee Blakely and Miss
Margie Lee Blakely entertained b, rR
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: with a bridal shower hon

1 oring Miss Susan McMillan,
May Bride elect, Sunday afternoon
kJ LOCALS at the Blakely home,

I. !.u. 305 N. Pine St.
!o! The bridal motif was used
'" In the decorations in the living
Louis and'' Joy Steflik and Mr. and Mrs. George Gift- -dining rooms ensulte The
children, Martin and Holly bert of Jacksonville visit. serving table overlaid with a
and Tom and Anita Lenssen ed here Tuesday with rela handsome pink linen cloth
spent the weekend at Crystal tives. was centered with a picture
k River fishing. sque arrangement of white

.\ Tom and Anita Lenssen hadas spring flowers interspersed
Fred and, Jean Chambers their overnight guests with greenery and mlnature Lj

and son Pat of Jacksonville, Thursday, Mrs. L. G. Simmons silver wedding bells, flanked )
'M spent the weekend here visit. 'and son Steve of Co- by lighted tapers. _
.,,: "' and Miss Blakely and Mrs.Gayle :
; 0\ Ing with his parents, Mr, lumbus, Ga.
p H"( "' Mrs. F. J. Chambers and his Mercer presided at the

,): '''i brother, and sister Inlaw Budx serving table. IDLEWOOD CLUB handbag, made of news
I c V,'" dy and Shirley Chambers. Mrs Leona Knight had as The honoree was the recipient papers, adorned with a min
"> her houseguests' her sisters, of numerous lovely gifts. MAD HATTER PARTY lature typewriter, pencils,
Mrs. Horace Locke and Mrs. Out of town guests were erasers, etc. Mrs.-W. W Deen's
Harry and Carol Atkinson
f k the, weekend in Atlanta Gladys Starkly of Tampa Sun. Mrs. Dot Dusenbury, Lake Cabbage leaves flowers, artificial hat, "Caroline's Grandma"was
: spent Anderson day thru Tuesday. Her<< nephew Helen; Mrs. Gayle Mercer, fruit, and potatoeswere covered with baby items'
with
,' visiting Andy
and 'Anderson. While David Locke, stationed Hastings; Mrs. Margaret Bly, some of the materials and received first runnerup,
Penny attended the Atlanta with the US Army in Savan Lake Helen; Mrs. Gertrude used in creating chapeaus for award. Mrs. H. C. King mod
there
: ".. 500 they car races. nah, Ga. visited here Monday. Apgar and Mrs. Bernice Wins. the Mad Hatter party given eled a. fedora. covered with
?,, i man of Edgewater: Mrs.,Mary by !the Idlewood Club Satur cabbage leaves and decoratedwith
'MInne Deen, daughter of Moore, Mrs. Iris Pindle, Mrs. day morning at !the Louis tiny Irish potatoes\vhich
Janice Murray and Kay Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Deen; Ellen Pindle, Mrs. Pat Moore Steflik home, Hwy. 100. Mrs. received the second place
Trad,were In Rome, Ga. over Rodgers daughter of and Mrs. Helen Wlnsman, all Steflik and Mrs. W. W. Deen Mrs. Madge Johnston's
Daphne award.
N the weekend visiting with
of Daytona Beach. were hostess for the gala af
Janice's daughter, Brenda, Mr. and Mrs. John Rodgersand "Cabbage Head", a hat covered
Carol June Smith, daughter fair. with cabbage leaves re
who is attending Berry Col.
... of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. JOSEPH SPENCER COLEMANMr. ceived third place.
McDaniel
lege. Mrs. Bette was
.
( .. Smith will perform in the and Mrs. Ronald Cole. named "Mrs. Mad Hatter" and Thirty invited guests enjoy.
Recent guest of Lloyd and March of Dimes Show, at the man announce the adoptionof modeled a hat and matching ed the delightful affair.
Peabody Auditorium in Daytona
Edith Robertson were her a son.
mother, Mrs. Inez Anderson of Beach Saturday, April 8. He was born Tuesday,,April ----
.I Baxley, Ga., and Mrs. W. T. They are members of the 4th and has been named Joseph
(:! Ryals also of Baxley. Grady.Louise Dance Studio Spencer Coleman.Mr. .
who is presenting the benefit
Coleman is a representative
;., Mrs. Cordell Robertson and '*show. of the Gulf. Life Insurance .
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Mrs. Wilda Cobb'spent last Company and he and .
weekend in Gainesville visit Mose and Joan Atkinsonand Mrs. Coleman have residedin

.: ing with their aunts, Mrs. Ned Butch McDaniel were in Bunnell for the past nine
/ Seville, Mrs. George Deen and Atlanta, Ga. 'during the week. months, moving here from St.
:... Miss Carrie Deen, and Mrs. end to attend the car races.. Augustine.

t ( Robertson's son Boyd, who is
a student at the University of Levi and Melba' Brannam CELEBRATES 7th BIRTHDAY

"..' I Florida. and son James Alan, George Carol Creal daughter of Mr.
11. .''\ and VIrginIa Moody P. A. and Mrs. Charles Creal, celebrated
i f Charles and Pat Cowart and (Zip) and Frances Edmonson, her seventh birthday
' .0\' ,\:' ... children, Rob, Chuck and and Ralph and Faye Massey anniversary with a party
I(k ::. Edee spent the weekend in and children Karen and Lisa March 22 at her home on r .k
Crystal River visiting with enjoyed a picnic at Bulow Stone Street.
R' Emory Cowart. Ruins Sunday. Games were enjoyed duringthe
' \. f .
I afternoon and each young
Overnight guests of Walter Recent houseguests of Col. guest received an Easter basket .

and Laura Morris Friday were, and Mrs. Leland Shaw were .party: ,,favor. .' n-,; 11X14BUST M_ ,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Col. and Mrs. Buck WaIter'and Mrs.: Creal served the"tra-x 1 r

I'ti. L. Salt and Mrs. Mae Smith daughter Georgette of Colum- ditional refreshments of cake PORTRAITLimit
of St. Petersburg. bia, S. C. and ice cream to sixteen of

Carol's classmates.Mr. .
of one free portrait per family, additional
subjects in tame family Jl.OO each,
group
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I. and Mrs. Joe Smith of $1.00
per person.
Bowling Green, Ky. are visiting .
here with her parents Full Length and Hand Posts$1.00 Extra.
Rev. and Mrs. Shelton Brooks.
504 Handling Char,. On Each Portrait.
Richard Yelvington of Miami
I ? AI spent the weekend here
visiting with his mother, Mrs. BRANNAM'S I. G. A.
Laura Yelvington.
TUESDAY, APRIL 11
'. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tuck.
HITE 11 a. m. Till 6 p. m.
: er of Naples spent the weekend
here visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. Willard Tucker.
YARD ,
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Webb

spent the weekend in Clearwater -,,
TRAC visiting with their D
ii daughter and son in law, Mr.
and Mrs. Franklin Street and QUALITY \THIPaESCRIPTION PHAaMACY
/i;, Ems. j sons and their son and SERVICE
daughter in law Mr. and Mrs.

u nt Eddie Webb and sons. IT NEVER WAS NECESSARY TO"Enjoy'
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Mrs. Lloyd Robertson was of
guest of honor at a luncheon
POOR
( HEALTH.Many -
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Tuesday at the home of Mr. .. .
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t and Mrs. O. D. Robertson. The -
tf' occasion was Mrs. Robertson's \ people seem to "enjoy"
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health.
birthday anniversary. -- poor They would not

,, Joining the honoree for the care to be without a cupboard.
f' celebration were Mr. and Mrs. ful of odd medicines for self- I

Hubert Smedley, Mr. and Mrs. treatment-some of which
Cordell Robertson!, Mrs. Ovieda may
Gilebert, Mrs. Ed Zellers and not be in keeping with competent -

O na daughters, Wendy and Sere medical advice.
i* (?!*
G na, and Lloyd Robertson. r The better way is to enjoy gul

i health-by careful
Expert lawn is chore with the handing Martin Tucker, who Is attending I planning.
care no easy starting, easy Consult your Doctor at regular
Homelite Yard Trae Deluxe riding mower. You trim close Maryvllle College in
within W of wall adjust cutting height from the driver's seat, Maryville Tenn. Is spendinga intervals;more often if required.1 I
have four speeds forward plus reverse and two safety brakes. !ten day school vacation He will prescribe only the
The husky 5 HP engine provides plenty of power and lets you here with his parents, Leslie preparations that you need-
do a variety of jobs easier with these accessories. and Doris Tucker. / preparations of the highest '

quality, such as those from the ,
Sheriff
P. A. Edmonson
\ .4 iJ .7? in Tampa Friday to attenda was laboratories of Park, Dark &
,J' seminar for law enforce Company-prescriptions which
ment officials. we will be
Lawn law Sew pleased to compound
\ ,: Sweeper Carr r9tf for you. The necessity for aMi-
3 GALLONS '4,95fTERIOR cation will and life with 1'
: TEST DRIVE IT AT: pan .
or EXTERIOR abundant taikh can freffgp ft)
VINAL LATEX pleasure indeed. = -
BUNELL TIMBER CO. (Plus TV Stamps) ?

Phone 437-3322 MARY CARTER :A .,/ .....,,
M4 MASOIT VII. plIo.l1M ANDERSON'S DRUG
A STOREs '.'
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BROWNIE JROOP. WSCS MEETING 5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS. APRIL 6. 1967 ;'

LEADER IJf.i
NEEDS "Christian Being and Do- ;

1\ Ing" was a book review give
The activities of the Girt
en by Rev. Oliver Taylor at
Scout Brown Troop No. 701
the Wednesday morning meet. '
will have to/ be discontinued Quantity Rights
due to the lack of leadership.The ing of the Bunnell Womens WE GIVE Reserved
; Society of Christian Service. .JLi'
troop does not have a T TS ***
Hostesses for the coffee ,
leader for the (ensuing year,
and unless someone volun hour were Mrs. R. W. Deen, TOP Prices Good

teers to serve as group leader,' Jr. and Mrs. Lee Blakely Thurs., Fri., Sat. .

the troop will not function.If Monday
is interested in LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT VALUE ,
worthwhile anyone SUPER MARKET A:1 7, 8 and ,'
this
program they IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF : '-
are asked to contact Mrs. FLAGL.KII COUNTY. FLORIDA 1967 !'
IN CHANCERY NO. TS
STAMPS '
Frances Wadsworth or Mrs. LLOYD R. FISH 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201 ,
Glenda Pellicer. Plaintiff yi
V.
RUTH V. FISH
FINESSE CLUB Defendant
NOTICE TO DKKKND .
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
.
ENTERTAINEDMrs.Rosely Ruth V. Fish FLORIDA GRADE "A" ,
.
2820 Coleraln Avenue '
Cameron enter- Cincinnati Ohio

tained the Finesse Bridge Club a You suit are hat hereby been filed notified, against that FRYERS Whole '.;' '.H ilIJ9-' ,

Tuesday Moore Street.evening at her home, and you In you the are above hereby entitled required cause to .' Lb. ....,....,..j. :...;..:......._......:.......' '
file your answer with the Clerk :" f'
High scorer for !the eveningwas of this Court and to serve a 'j : '1 ,f,, .
LEAN MEATY
Mrs. Tom Lenssen. copy thereof upon the palntlff ,: ,
or plaintiff's attorney whose :: I Ii
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name and address la: i w, f
MRS. LAYTON HONORED ROBERT L. WILSON Esquire SPARE RIBS .V 49- a
Rldgewood
411 South Avenue : : .
Daytona Beach yld28 Lb. .!. :. ........ ............._ :.,
Members of the VFW 'Aux. not later than ; 1967 ; .,I. .1....., ," 1
A. D.. 1J67.
honored Mrs. Stella
iliary If you fall to do so, decree BOSTON BUTT ;>'? t.t. ,'.'/ ,"
Layton with a surprise Bon pro confesso will be entered ..,.. .,
against you for the relief demanded \
Voyage party Thursday eve
In the bill of complaint.The .
fling at the post home on nature of said suit being PORK ROAST 49 i iI
1 Moody Blvd. for divorce. : Lb.L.------;;: ; ; : ; : ::
WITNESS my hand and seal .... ..... ..
Mrs. Layton will be leaving of said Court this 21 day of I ;,1't. -"" : ,; ,
March A. D., un.GEORGE '' '!Ii.. d. I
soon! for Montana to re .
U. S. CHOICE Boneless '
M. MOODY ( ) /, ;: "
side. Clerk of said Circuit Court

RESOLUTION (Official By Deputy Seal Clerk.Murray CHUCK ROAST 79

March SO, April 61120. 4 to Lb. ..........._...._... ......_.........
WHEREAS: It has pleasedthe ,"

Great Architect of the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
Universe to take unto Himselfour )
TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
revered and beloved FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA
Brother George R. Kendall, CITIZENS Florida Grade "A" (Family' Pkg.) Lean Juicy :
BANK OF BUNNELL, :1

and WHEREAS, : The departed A Bunnell.VI.State Banking Florida.Plaintiff Corporation CUT. FRYERS 5 Big $179 PORK, I STEAK. 490,


Brother Kendall was a member MIECZYSLAW MARION KOCZ- 'J

of Bunnell Lodge No. 200 WANSKI.KOCZWANSKI and MARIA, ELIZABETH U. S. Choice (Boneless) World's. Best '.:

for many years, Defendantl.NOTICR 'SIRLOIN TIP Lb.. Ground : Lb.
OK SUIT ROAST 990 BEEF Z 990 ::1
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED TO: MIECZYSLAW MARION RUMP
KOCZWANSKIco .
: That Bunnell Lodge No. John Moore
200 F&AM be in mourning fora 506 Wellington Street '
: Houston Texas Homemade (Pure Pork) Lean Juicy '1,
period of thirty days on the and MARIA kLIZABETHKOCZWANSKI
PAN Lb. Lb.
loss of our Brother who passed 10959 8. Troy SAUSAGE 4.4ge i1.T STEW 6ge

to the! Great Beyond, and Chicago: Illinois
mailing: P. O. Box; 249
BE IT FURTHER RESOL- Oaklawn. Illinois )

VED: That a copy of this Res. YOU that ARE an HEREBY action to NOTIFIED fore.

olution be spread upon the close a mortgage on the follow. Capital Lean (Pork) Pig Feet f
ing property In Flagler County.
minutes of this Communication Florida Smoked Lb Neck 5 Lbs. $*rOO Pig 4 Lbs. $< 00Sausage
and a copy be published. Being part of JriuJn 8, 49,. JL
in the Flagler Tribune, and a and Township 9 :f Block IS South.B Range ,31 4, Bones ;, Tails, ..

copy be sent to the family of East according to Plat of Bun .
nell Development Company Subdivision I
deceased Brother Kendall.
our recorded In Plat Book 1
at Page 1 of the Public Records
Submitted by: of Flagler County, Florid and
George M. English more particularly described as Giant SizeCHEER Sunlite ((303 Can) Shurfine ((303 Can)
follows: Beginning at the
John A. Clegg Northwest corner of the said FRUIT : i
Henry N. Scott Section 4, as a point of refer TOMATOES
ence and running thence South
2* 46' 00" East along the West Gt. COCKTAIL
line of the said Section 4. a distance 4ge 7Cana97e
of 1322.50 feet: thence BoxLimit Cans
North 87* 82' 00" East, along 4 97 e
the North line of Tracts 7 and ((1)) with $5.00 or

point 9, a distance of beginning of 265.0 of feet this to des the more food order Limit, (7)) Cans Please Limit (4)) Cans Please

cription: thence continuing
North 87* 32' 00" East along
the North lines of Tracts' 7 and Florida Grade "A" Kraft 18 Oz.
9, a distance of 737.0 feet to theNortheast GrainRICE
corner of the West Monogram Long MEDIUM BARBQSAUCE i
Tract 9'; thence
ftf2b4e6's 00" East, along the
East line of the West half of EGGS'
the said Tract 9, a distance of
Anniversary 1019.81 feet to the Northeasterly
boundary of the 66 foot right of 3BLb.' 37e Doz. 75e Jars
Z
way of the Old Dixie Highway; 3 9 c
thence, North 70 OS' 00" West 7
along n the said distance right of of 789 way.08 Limit (2) Bags Please Limit ((4)) Doz. Please Limit ((3) Jars Please

feet to rrhep of curve of a .
1* 58' 38" curve to the left; --
thence North 71 02' 19" West,
along said curve, a distance of Jim Dandy Kraft ((18 oz. Jar) Showboat 300 Can)
9.82 feet; thence North 2* 46' 00"
West a distance of 715.S1 feet QUICKGRITS GRAPE PORK ANDBEANS
to the point of beginning of this
HASTINGS MATTRESS description. Excepting however
that part of the South half ofthe JELLY
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS West half of the said Tract ,

710-12 Lemon St. Northeasterly 9 lying rth r; trlYOfot way the 5BLb.' 37 3 Jars 990 O Cans 97c

Palatka Florida boundary of the Old Dixie High e

Phone EA 5.9166 the way.Magnetic Bearings Meridian are referred with no to Limit ((2) Please Limit (3) Please Limit (8)) Cans Please
variation offset and parcel con
Furnitu'. Upholstering tains approximately 12 acres
Repaired & Refinished has been filed against you and
Mattresses & Box Springs you and each of you are required -

Made v)Order.Also RenoTated written to defenses serve ,a If copy any, of to It your on Produce Dairy FrozenCello

Call Laura Morris 437.3233 LBLAND B. SHAW, Attorney for ,
Plaintiff whose address Is P. O.
After 6:00 P. M. Box 16 Bunnell, Florida, and BagONIONS "
file the original with the clerkof Kraft Half Moon Winter Garden
PRICES REASONABLE. the above styled court on or ( ) ,

BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. before April 29 1967; otherwisea 3 Lb. Bag............ 350 Strawberries
Just as near as your Judgment may berelrfte Longhorn 4' 11!!! .

Phone or Post Office manded against you the for com lalnt.B de Fresh CrispLETTUCE CHEESE, Pkg..... ,e' 2 Pkgs................ :::1':1'.,
Drop Us A Card or Call ( ) OBORGB M. MOODY
George "'M: Moody Clerk 190
Free Pick-up & Delivery! Circuit :Court ...........
Plaffler County Florida. HF eadh..C. : Kraft (Half Gal.) Golden Gem -(6 oz..)
(Seal) rllp
March SO., April 6-18-SO 4tc CELERY ORANGE LEMONADE

Stalk..................150 JUICE, Btl......... 490 9 Cans..............990

Flagler County Insurance I


WE'RE NOT A BIG SUPER MARKETWE

Agency Inc.

DON'T CLAIM TO BE, BUT WE DO HAVE COMPETITIVE PRICES,


All Forms of Insurance CHOICE MEAT, QUALITY PRODUCE, AND GROCERIES, PLUS PERSONAL .


106 North Bay Street .:. Flume 437-3171 SERVICE AND FRIENDLY PERSONNEL. WHY NOT CHECK FOR

Bunnll, Florida 33010LIF.FIREAUTO.CASUALTY' YOURSELF.


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-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. APRIL 6, 1961 ed a beach party Sunday af I' rju
O. F. ALFORD 3 GAL. FOR $4.50TOP
ternoon. The group was accompanied
QUALITY PAINTIN
CPL. ZIMMERLE IN MYF BEACH by their sponsor, Registered YOUR CONTAINER
Mrs. Mike Ensley.
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MARINE TRAINING ,.PARTY r Real] Estate Broker R. V. Yeomani, Onnond Beach I
Sunday, April 9, at 6:45 p. Corner Hand Are. *: t:. S. 1
Marine Corporal Charles M, Twenty members and,guests m. the members will meet at' BumulL Florida o:r-M>20 V .. m. to 5130, p. m.'
ZImmerle, son of Mr. and Mrs. of the Flagler Beach Metho the church for their "Secret .A f r I
II. D. ZImmerle of Bunnell, dist Youth Fellowship? enjoy Destination" meeting.
took part in field tactical
training exercises at Camp
Pickett, Va., as a member of
the !Second Marine Regiment, Dr. Frank Allen Reynolds DDS
Second' Marine Division from
.Camp Lejeune, N. C. announces the opening of his new office in the

The exercise was named Ehrmger Doctors Building Sa 1N5S ,
"Shamrock", and ran for two
weeks. While at Camp Pick . at
ett, the Marines lived In the I
.field, and trained in scoutlhg, 1184 Ocean Shore Boulevard A-1-A OpNS _

{*patrolling rifle manueuvers, conventional helicopter Ma. Ormond Beach, Florida NME 1 1 / 11 1

movements, and tank-infantry .1' .
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FLACLER nulUNE mURS.. APRIL 6. 1967 -, -

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r Viet Nam is getting on their STEAM CLEANING SERVICE

nerves the increasing crime MOBILE HOMES ) .-
Too
Late rate, waste and extravaganceon TILE ROOFS and SIDINGS:
both G.*ra .tc 4 t* Kill Ulldev* English Imports
the state and national
level Is causing concern. Unlimited AIR CONDITIONERS
To Classify CARPENTER ad FAINTING
spending an unbalanced CALL AFTER ll i0 P.M. !t'

MT Russell Kay budgets indicate an un MR. R. BOND Flagler Beach byBftUi CJiOehEIL

certain future. Phone 439-2275 P.O. Box 794

Now that the Governor has While we have been living ---

taken the oath of office and high on the hog for a number

has ,said his "I do's" maybehe of years It is hard for a Some of our Jolliest imports from England of course, arc ltd;** ..
will settle down and, start lot of folks to believe that we and food customs. 'Take tea always at its best English atyl. -
can spend ourselves into BUN NELL Start with fresh cold water and bring to a brisk boll before pour
ito remember the
trying prom. Ing over tea leaves (1 teaspoon per cup). Steep 3 to S minutes.Or .
ises he made us during his prosperity, take care of the THEATREOpen how about pumpkin pie?Long before Mayflower day,,the English !:
campaign.When lame, the halt and the blind, 7:00 Show 7:15 were enjoying with chopped apples added to the pumpkin.
provide medicare for Just Adults 75c Then there's famous Yorkshire pudding the "popover-llke" tide
it comes to travel he about everybody, subsidize Saturday dish for roast beef that's easy and elegant And for dessert, bo
has given Gulliver a run for everybody with an income Friday Sunday sure to try the English originals below Thfr custardy chilled

his money and as a promoter less than $3,000 a year, insure ALL COLOR PROGRAM cake with wlney fruit flavor called Trifle Cake and spicy.' ,

he seems to have plentyof every youngster a college education -7:15 ONLY-rf gingerbread. II'

friends who are willing to and do a lot of other "OUT OF SIGHT" ENGLISH TRIFLE into prepared pan. Bate 35 to

relieve taxpayers by paying magical tricks without windIng PLUS 40 minutes. CooL

the bill at the Governor's request up flat on our backs and IJ/j cups BisquickH
--:00 ONLY
Cut Into 10 pieces. Slice teach
as broke as a coot. cup sugar ,
"BEAU GESTE"Plus 3 tablespoons soft butter or piece in half horizontally;
This may be kosher and we Most of us would feel a lot 2 All Color Cartoons shortening spread slices: with raspberry
respect his ability to make better about It if we tried to 1 egg Jam; Arrange like sandwiches
friends and influence peoplebut do these things one at a time 1 teaspoon "Vanilla in square pan, 8x8x2 inches.
instead of all at once. This )' H,cup milkRaspberry Sprinkle with sherry flavoring.
I'm afraid the
taxpayers business of, trying to win a Win a Millionaires Jam Prepare vanilla pudding and
are still going to take the rap J/3 cup sherry flavoring pie filling as directed on package .
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war rich I
making ;
everybody
in the long run. 1 package (about 3J/2! ounces) except increase milk to
and educated whether they Backyard! Amcfrooi, vanilla pudding and pie 2& cups. CooL Pour over cake
Making friends 1 and influencing are ready and want it or not Sprinkle with almonds. Whip

people is fine if just doesn't make too much Win everything: big 16' x 32' J/j cup toasted slivered ere"m and confectioners'sugar

you make the right friends sense to the taxpayers who Spartan Pool custom patio almonds ; spread over cake. Chill

and influence the right people are paying the bill, and get. and barbecue, 14 pieces fine 94 cup whipping cream 4 hours.Top with cherries. Cut '

and right now Mr. Kirk tjng# a little edgy.In casual furniture, del U x c :3 tablespoons confectioners'sugar into squares. 9 serrings. \ i

might start thinking about my book the future does. Gravely Riding Tractor, Mag Chopped candled cherries Apricot Topped. Gingerbread '

getting along harmoniouslywith 'nt look too bright. We seem navox TV, steel tool ,house, From mix or scratch 'recipe,
his cabinet. and with the to be balled up and backlash- landscaping plus 23 top-quality Heat oven to 350 Grease and bake your favorite gingerbread
legislature. ed in Viet Nam at the same Ames Lawn & Garden flour square pan, 8x8x3 inches.In in square pan... Cover top of .
time we hope to do more business Tools and Ames Flow-Through large mixer bowl, beat Bis- baked gingerbread with slices '
So far It doesn't look too with our enemies who Hose Reel! Entries close June quick, sugar, butter, egg, va of bananas. Over It pour warm
promising. We must keep in are supplying the Viet Cong nine and % cup of the milk 1 Apricot Glaze: 1 can (1 Ib.4 ox.)
30th. minute at medium ,speed apricots with juice mixed with :
mind that it is the cabinet
with the arms arid ammunition Void where law. Bides and bottom'ofbowl 1 and r .
prohibited by scraping cup sugar % cup boiling
and the legislature to kill our boys in.the until .
Over 1100 Valuable Purest frequently Add remain. waters Boil thick like Jam. 1
most of the say-so When the rice patties. College students ills milk; beat H minute. Pour Veddy good! rt
chips are down. While a governor and professors march and Enter Here-Nothing To Buy ) ,

can suggest and recom scream about admitting Chinato ,f ',J; ,i
mend, if he can't get the boysto the United Nations and recognizing Flagler Hardware "" "' .
along with him there "t
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isn't much he can do about like we are going around in _____ n _u _n__ 4. ,
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election of a Republican getting no where at home or r
governor could never abroad.

have happened in this stateif Maybe I'm getting old and y ', --
the pople had not been sick Just don't understand, but F : ,

and fed up with one party brother I'm glad I won't be ,

control. I feel that a large percentage here when times comes to pay .

of the votes Kirk got ithe bill for it promises to bea i

were protest votes. Not'only dilly.1Thy. ..
protest against local Demo.

cratic control but against the

national program. ,/ '. i9 2 74

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FLAULEIt COUNTY, FLORIDA Science t,y'', __,,__,___,
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4'1VII. ACTION NO 60 "
GEORGIA MILDRED SUTTON
Plaintiff Monitor I..',
VI. $ Q
JOHN A. SUTTON, x

TO DEPHMl DefendantJfOTirn recommends ..
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: <
JOHN A. BUTTON L .
You are hereby notified that a 4 _
suit has been filed against you yon readyour _
In the above entitled cause; and v _
you are hereby required to file
your answer with the Clerk of local.newspaper I'f
this Court, and to serve a copythereof .
upon the plaintiff or
plaintiff's attorney, whose name
and address il: J
DONALD E. BUCK ESQUIRE
108 S. GEORGE STREETST. ,
.. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA /
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11054not Your local newspaper Is a wide-ran0e
1967.later than APRIL 15, A.D.. newspaper with many features. Its .

If you fall to do 10, decree proconfesso emphasis Is on local news. It also
will TI.n demanded nrJ reports the major national and Inter. ole
you for the r national news. '\'
the bill of complaint. The natureof \.
said I suit being: for divorce. THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTS YOUR
WITNESS my hand and seal LOCAL PAPER
of said Court this 13th day of
and interpreting
MARCH A.D 1967. We specialize !In analyzing
GEORGE M. MOODY, the Important national and -, J
Clerk of SAM Circuit Court international news. Our Intention is .
By Janice Into sharper focus. .. ,
Cleric to bring the news +
(Official Deputy Seal) The Monitor has a world-wide staff of (( i 1
2 correspondents-some of them rank '
Marcel6.: 28. 10 April 6-4TC among the world's finest And the DISCOVERthefunof 1"

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT! Monitor's Incisive, provocative editorials '
are followed just as closely I'

NOTICE APPLY OF TO INTENTION TUB FLORIDA TO by the men' on Capitol Hill concerned as they flameless: electric outdoor living. ,
STATE LKGISOATUHH OF are by the Intelligent,
19C7 FOR TUB PASSAGE! OF adult on Main Street.

TO LOCAL WHOM LEGISLATION IT MAY CONCERN: WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE MONITOR r Open up a new world of fun for your whole fai 1y. Outdoor electric .

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of You probably know the Monitor's professional lighting fixtures will glamorize garden patio terrace or poolside..
the Intention to apply ooFI J tneLegislature reputation as one of the your ;.
of the State In theo world's finest newspapers. Try the yet cost BO little.
session
ida
at Its regular
year 1967 for passage of a special Monitor see how it will take you ,
local bill or law the substance above the average newspaper reader. Electric rotisseries and grilles make cookouta a family picnic-day'
of which contemplatedlaw Just fill out the coupon below.
la an act to amend Chapter or night. I .
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Acts of IMS. the same being "an ChrfetiM Sehflw Masitorpee I ITHHMTS I
act to abolish the present municipal Street See your electrical contractor, appliance dealer,or Kgbtfeg store now i i
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Flagler Beach, in the Count of Boston,MeuaOiusetU. ,USA 02116 \ '
Flagler. In the State of Florida, .PtaMt. sleet ny Mwitor Nkwrlstten f rtM
to Iegah\ and validate the ordinance of ptriId ohMtod ..... I seesss I
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thereunder; to create and establish nUl.> .....lio its
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Mrs. Mike Ensley.
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Marine Corporal Charles M, Twenty members and guests m. the members will meet at Florida 67T-8020 V a. m. to 8i3O p. m;
<. Zimmerle son of Mr. and Mrs. of the Flagler Beach Methodist the church for their "Secret ...
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Damp Lejeune, N. C. anhoiinces" > the opening of his new office in the

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ROY'S

Viet Nam is getting on their STEAM CLEANING SERVICE

Too Late nerves the Increasing crime MOBILE: HOMES ...J '
rate waste and extravaganceon TILE ROOF and MDIXONO :
both the state and national .'raatec4 t* Kill MtldeM English Imports '

To level is causing concern. Unlimited AIR CONDITIONERS .
Classify CARPENTER and PAINTINGCALL :
spending an unbal AFTER 1.00 P.M. .

t>T Russell COT anced budgets indicate an uncertain MR. R. BOND Flagler Beach by'BkU OtoclEIl

future. Phone 439-2275 P.O. Box 794 Z

Now'that the Governor has While we have been living -
taken the oath of office and high on the hog for a number ,

has said his "I do's" maybehe of years it is hard for a Some of our jolllest Imports from England,of course uo ttdpes
will settle down and starttrying lot of folks to believe that we and food customs. 'Take tea always at its best English sty*.
: !to remember the can spend ourselves Into BUNNELL Start with fresh cold water and bring to a brisk boU before pour.
promises ing over tea leaves (1 teaspoon per cup). Steep 3 to S minute.
.he m de us during his prosperity take care of the THEATREOpen Or how about pumpkin pie?Long before Mayflower days the English :
campaign. lame, the halt and the blind, 7:00 = Show 7il5 were enjoying It with chopped apples added to the pumpkin.
provide medicare for Just Adults 75c Then there's famous Yorkshire pudding the "popover-llke" tide
When it comes to travel he about everybody subsidize dish for roast beet that's easy and elegant. And fdr dessert, be
has given Gulliver a run for everybody with an Income Friday Saturday Sunday sure to try the English originals below. The custardy. chilled

his money and as a promote less than $3,000 a year, Insure ALL COLOR PROGRAM7115 cake with winey fruit flavor called Trifle Cake and spicy

er he seems to have plentyof every youngster a college ed ONLY, gingerbread.

friends who are willing to ucation and do a lot of other "OUT OF SIGHT" ENGLISH TRIFLE Into prepared pan. Bake 35 to

relieve taxpayers by paying magical tricks without wind. PLUS' 40 minutes. Cool.
the bill at the Governor's request ing up flat on our backs and 114 cups Biaqnlck
0:00
ONLY Cut Into 18 .pieces. SUcV bach
as broke as a coot. % cup sugar .
"BEAU GESTE" 3 tablespoons soft butter or piece in half:: horizontally;
This may be kosher and we Most of us would feel a lot Plu4 2 All Color Cartoons shortening spread slices with raspberry
respect his ability to make better about it if we tried to 1 Jam; Arrange like sandwichesIn
friends and influence do these things one at a time 1 teaspoon 'vanilla square! 'pan. 8x8x2 Indies.
but I'm afraid the people instead of all at once. This }.tcup miltRaspberrrJam Sprinkle with sherry flavoring.
taxpayersare. business of, trying to win a Wi" a MillionairesBackyard Prepare vanilla pudding and
.still going to take the rap flavoring directed
ys cup sherry pie filling as on package
in the long run. war making everybody rich !I from' 1 package (about SJ/2: ounces) except increase milk to
and educated whether they times Tool vanilla pudding and pie 2V4 cups. CooL Pour over cake.
Making friends and Influencing are ready and want It or not filling Sprinkle with almonds. Whip

people is fine if Just doesn't make too much Win everything: big 16' x 32' J/3 cup wasted slivered cream and confectioners'
you make the right friends sense to the taxpayers who Spartan Pool custom patio almonds sugar; spread over cake. Chill
and influence the right people are paying the bill and get. and barbecue 14 pieces fine % cup whipping cream 4 hours.Top with cherries.Cut ;

and right now Mr. Kirk tjng a little edgy.In casual furniture, del ti x c 3 tablespoons confectioners'sugar into squares. 9 servings.Apricot ;

might start thinking about my book the future does- Gravely Riding Tractor Magnavox Chopped candied cherries Topped. Gingerbread '
getting along harmoniouslywith 'nt look too bright We seem TV, steel tool house From mix or scratch 'recipe,
his cabinet. and with the to be balled up and backlash. landscaping plus 23 top-qual- Heat oven to 350 Grease and bake your favorite gingerbread
legislature. ed in Viet Nam at the same ity Ames Lawn & Garden flour square pan 8x8x2 Inches. in square pan. Cover top of
time we hope to do more business Tools and Ames Flow-Through In large mixer bowl, beat Bis- baked gingerbread with slicesof
So far It doesn't look too with our enemies who Hose Reel! Entries close June quick sugar butter, egg, vanilla bananas. Over it pour warm
promising., We must keep in are supplying /the Viet Cong and tt cup of the milk: 1 :Apricot Glaze: 1 can (lIb.4 ox.)
30th. ,
minute at medium speed apricots with Juice mixed with
mind that it is the cabinet
with the. arms arid ammunition Void where aides and bottom-of 1 and
prohibited by law. scraping cup sugar % cup boiling
and the legislature that has
to kill our boys In,the Over 1100 Valuable Prixesl bowl frequently; Add remain water BoU until thick like jam. '
most of the say-so when the rice patties. College students tog milk:; beat ft minute. Pour Veddy good! ,
chips are down. While a governor and professors march and Enter Here-Nothing To Buy f J .

can suggest and recom scream about admitting Chinato f I \
mend, if he can't get the boysto the United Nations and recognizing Flagler Hardware "r I" Y

go along with him there her. It looks to me .', .. 14t1. tI
isn't much he do about I j. .
can like we are going around in ---- -

it.The bigger and better circles and \
election of a Republican getting no where at home or

governor could never abroad. .7r
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have happened in this state Maybe I'm getting old and '

if the pople had not been sick just don't understand, but rI ',
and fed up with one party brother I'm glad I won't be ---I I 1* t
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control. I feel that a large percentage here when times comes to pay ,
of the votes Kirk got !the bill for it promises to bea Fr r
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT "" I Christian 0 .f ,


IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF l' ,,
FLAULEH COUNTY KLOK- ScienceMonitor >1,' -'-
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CIVIL ACTION XO 60 !'
GEORGIA MILDRED BUTTON, ,
Plaintiff "
VII { i f
JOHN A. SUTTON t

NOTICE TO DEFHN1)Defendant recommends
THE STATE; OF FLORIDA, TO:
JOHN A. SUTTON .
are hereby notified that a ?s ,
IU Ito has been filed against you readyour
In above entitled cause; and yon
Jhr hereby required I to file
your answer with the Clerk of local.newspaper I
there urt, and to serve a copy .
upon the plaintiff or
I plaintiff attorney, whose name ,. >
I and address la: I L
DONALD K. BUCK ESQUIRE '
108 a. GEORGE STfIIETST
AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
UOH Your local newspaper Is a wlde'-ranga
not later than APRIL 15, A.D., newspaper with many features.: Its
1967.
If you fall to do so, decree proconfesso emphasis Is on local news. It also H
will be entered against reports the major national and Inter.
you for the relief demanded in
national news.
the bill of complaint. The natureof ..
said suit being for divorce. THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTS YOUR
WITNESS my hand and seal LOCAL PAPERWe
of said Court this 13th day of specialize In analyzing and Inter.
MARCH A.D. 1967.
GEORGE :II. MOODY. preting the important national and I
Clerk of said Circuit Court International news. Our intention is
By Janice Murray Clerk\ to pring the news Into sharper focus. \
(Official Deputy hal) The Monitor has a world-wide staff of ( ,
er No. 2 correspondents-some of them ranK 1\1'
Marc 16. 28, 80 April 6-4TC among the world's finest. And the DISCOVERthefiinof :

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE Monitor's Incisive, provocative editorials .

APPLY OF TO INTENTION TilE FLORIDA TO by the are men followed on Capitol Just Hill as concerned as closely they flameless electric outdoor living.'I "

STATE LEGISLATURE OF1D6T are by'the Intelligent,
FOR TUB PASSAGE OF adult on Main Street.

TO LOCAL WHOM LEGISLATION IT MAY CONCERN] : WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE MONITOR) Open up a new world of fun for your whet family. Outdoor electric

NOTICE the intention IS HEREBY to apply GIVEN to the of You fessional probably reputation know the as Monitor's one of pro-the lighting fixtures will glamorize your garden, patio, terrace or poo1 ide ... .

Legislature of the session State of in Florida the- world's finest newspapers. Try the yet cost so little.
at Its regular
year 1947 for passage of a special Monitor see how It will take you '
or local bill or law the substance above the average newspaper reader. Beeferic iotis erie .and grilles make cookeete a ftsaiy pkaic=deny '
of which contemplatedlaw just fill out the coupon betow.
Is an act to amend Chapter ---- or Hight. I
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act to abolish the present municipal Tin See your electrical contractor, app)ienee dealer,or Kghtiag Aces )] I
government of the Town orFlagler One,Norway 1dH .
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MOTHER OF MRS. CHICKEN SUPPER ENTERTAINS WITH 8-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. APRIL 6. 1967

GADAPEE DIESMrs. TONIGHT BRIDGE LUNCHEONMrs. -
R. K. Hirst entertainedwith REBECCA DILGER BUNNELL HIGH
Amy C. Quimby, 85, The Ladies Guild of the a bridge luncheon DIED TUESDAYMrs.
Tomoka Estates, Ormond Community Memorial Church Thursday at her home, 311 N. Rebecca Dilger. 49, SCHOOL NEWS
Beach, mother of Mrs. Jose. will serve a fried-chicken sup Flagler Avenue. High scorer Shell Bluff, died Tuesday, Senior Class
phine Gadapee, Flagler Beach, per tonight (Thursday) beginning for the two tables of bridgewas March 28 at the Bunnell Gen-
passed away Sunday at the at 6:00 p. m. in the Mrs. Floyd Tingley.: Mrs. eral Hospital after. short ill. Well here It is this time of
Bunnell General Hospital Fellowship Hall.Following Inez Crenshaw and Mrs. C. O. ness. She was born In Bax- the year where you hear the
Born in Montreal, Canada, the supper there Magee also prize winners- ley, Georgia and moved to Seniors''' counting the days
she moved to Ormond from will be a short business meeting Other invited guests were Flagler County 12 years ago. and weeks. Just think Seniors,
Old Orchard, Maine. She was and devotional service. Mrs. James Hall, Mrs. Hal Jor Funeral services were heldat 8 more weeks or 40 school
.a member of the Prince of There Is no charge for the dan, Mrs. Emma Kulp, Mrs. 2:00: p. m. Thursday at days left until we will be an
Peace Catholic Church. supper, but a donation is welt Frank Schwenk and Mrs. Masters Funeral Home In Pa- alumni of B. H. S. We re-
P She is survived by her comed. The public is cordially I Robert Read. latka. The Rev. John Strick ceived our supplies for graduation
daughter, Mrs. Gadipee; a invited to attend. land, pastor of Faith Baptist on Monday The Senior
son Harry C., Brooklyn, N. Y; ART-MUSIC-PTA Church officiated. The body band members are looking
three 'grandchildren and six INSTALLATIONNEXT was forwarded to the Strick forward to our last! Spring
FLAGLER BEACH WSCS '
great grandchildren. MONDAY land Funeral Home, Baxley, Concert which will ,be held at
TO MEET THURSDAYThe
Robert L. Hannah Funeral The Flagler Beach Elementary Ga., for burial in Ten Mile the gym this Friday. We are
Home, Holly Hill was in Womens Society of School Parent Teacher Baptist Church Cemetery. also looking forward to our
charge of arrangements. Christian Service will meet at Association will hold the last Survivors Include a son last Prom which the Juniors
9:30 a. m. Thursday, April 13 meeting of the 1966.67 school Clinton E. Lewis, Bunnell, a are hosting.The .
RUMMAGE SALE in th Fellowship Hall at the year Monday, April 10th, at sister, Mrs. Ruby Stephenson, following is a poem
PLANNED Methodist Church. 7:30: p. m. In the school cafe- Baxley, Ga; and two brothers which I have written but I'm
The Ladies Guild of the "Dialogue Through Sharing"will torium.A C. B. Lewis, Jacksonvilleand sure the Seniors will Join me
Community Memorial Church be the /topic of the program special art-music pro J. C. Lewis, Baxley. In thanking everyone for help-
will have a rummage sale presented by the officers gram has been planned by ing us In completing our 12
soon and anyone who has articles of the society. Miss Anne Adams and Miss SISTER OF LOCAL years in school. I'm sure all
t to donate are asked to Hostesses for the coffee hour Barbara Fields, faculty mem
RESIDENT DIESMrs. Seniors are happy, but yet
contact Mrs. Batten for pick will be Mrs. LeBaron and Mrs. bers. Exhibits of students art
Flora M. Sykes 80 sad, for we will be leavingour
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up. Blgelow. will be shown as well as
Beach sister of Mrs.P. old friends, yet we will be
group singing by some students Daytona ,
from each grade. P. Pellicer, Bunnell, passed meeting new ones.
THE BEAUTIFUL and PROGRESSIVE Officers for the ensuing away Saturday after a brief "Years Ended"Here
I year will be installed.All illness at the Daytona Beach we are, the( graduatingclass

ROBERT L. HANNAH parents are urged to at General Hospital. ;
:, tend. Funeral services were held Whom, we are proud to say
FUNERAL HOMES at 2 p. m. at Baggett-McIntosh have almost passed.We .
Funeral Chapel with 'the have struggled together
Dedicated to dignity service and economy. Lowest cost STUDY PROGRAM Rev. Ralph C. Francis, pastorof through the past 12 years;
There will be 4 study program the Assembly of God I We've become the greatest of
far in the entire service of choice.
by area on any your
conducted at the Flag and
Church officiating. Burial fol. friends through sadness
We invite your comparison. Serving all faiths.U. ler Beach Methodist Church lowed in Cedar 11111 Cemetery. through cheers.
Sunday evening, April 9. Rev.
.. S. HOLLY HILL-DAYTONA BEACH Reynold Hoover, pastor is in TWENTY-THREE NAMEDTO We have memories, that will
CALL WX 7611 :TOLL FREE charge of the program entitled FB HONOR ROLL linger on
"Keepers of the Poor", Grade 3Brady
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Of Bunnell High, once we are
Fennell, Charles Co gone.., ,
ble, Mike Cannon, Dennis Our old friends we will leave
Combs. behind;
Grade 4. But new friends we will seekto
Jon ,Wilder, Carl Lerch, Pat find.
Looking Forward To ty Jeff Reynolds Thomas., Cheryl Hoskins, Our future is now what we

look forward !Ito;
Grade 5.Cherrie.
As we take, another big stepin
Hanna, Frank Bry-
life toward what we'll do.
Serving You on Jackie Robinson, Peggy
Reynolds, Pam Thomas.
Grade 6.Ralph. \ On graduation night you will
see us in our caps and
Abraham RosemaryBross
Gerald Combs, Pat Gur. gowns;
nee, Thea Hein, Debbie Meek- As we represent the future citizens -
ins, Tracey Prevatt, Jack of this little town.
Rawlins, Sharon Spivey. Through our happiness and
our tears;
Mrs. Elizabeth Tidwell, who We will never forget all of you
recently broke her ankle, is throughout :the years.
A recuperating at the home of ;
g her sqn, Johnny Tidwell at So we the Seniors, would like
b M Merrltt. Island. to
# ,h 4t say;
\
nax We thank our parents and
Mr. and Mrs. William Giv' teachers each day.

ens spent the weekend in For being so thoughtful, understanding -
i : Clearwater as the guests of and dear;
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gates For guiding us through the
and Rev. and Mrs. Dwight past 12 years.

bhp l Shellhart. We also extend our thanks to
i our friends and relatives,
who have played a part;
Mrs. Marc Dunson is a patient So we thank "All of You"
at the Flagler Hospitalin from the bottom of our
St. Augustine where she hearts.

s < underwent major surgery Senior Class Reporter,
Wednesday. Catherine Stanish.

R. 7'j... Helene Bryan, daughter of
A. Wilbur Blackburn ,- Mr. and Mrs. Keene Gurnee
will perform in the March of
__, :1::; Dimes Show !to be presentedby RENEW YOURDRIVER'S
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the Grady Louise Dance LICENSE
Studio In
Daytona Beach Sat.
urday evening at the Peabody DUMB YOUR ,.
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4 : : Auditorium. .

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