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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: April 20, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
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System ID: UF00079914:00379
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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of Bunnell's oldest It Happened in Flaglet

landmarks, the Florida East County 10. 20. 40 years ago
Coast Railway building, was
demolished morning.In ? I
Tuesday 55 NO. 16 THURS DAT. APRIL 20. 1967 $150 A TEAR
less than half an hour, a
giant sized front- nd' loader 10 YEARS AGO .

had pushed the old landmarkto MISS DELORES DEEN Claude A. Barrow CANCER CRUSADE Mrs. Frances Edmondsonwas
the ground.By .
POTATO
QUEENCONTESTANT CHAIRMAN NAMEDMrs. elected president of the
noon Tuesday, every
Bunell PTA. Mrs. Louise Harris
visible sign of the structure Died Thursday M. B. Fuller and Mrs. named
vice-president
was
had been removed from the Leona Knight have ,been named .'
and MrS. Barbara Cody second
site by a wrecking crew. co-chairmen of the 1967
vice Mrs. Doris
W. L. Thornton and H. E. After Long IllnessClaude Cancer Crusade In Flagler Tucker president.elected
was secretaryand
Hales, FEC officials, told the County, according to Mrs. Mrs. Clarence Niesen,
Tribune 'the building was destroyed A. Barrow, 57, N. Martin McDaniel, county treasurer.
and the railroad rightof Orange Street, Bunnell, pass- chairman.Mrs. .

ways were being clearedof ed away Thursday, April 13 Fuller and Mrs. Knight (:)
debris, to comply with a at the Bunnell General Hospital will be in charge of the drive Carol Hoskins of the 6th

request from the Bunnell City after a lengthy Illness. which is scheduled for Fri grade at Flagler Beach won

Commissioners. Thornton also He was born In Glennvllle, day, April 28.Volunteers. the Championship Spelling
said "the building created a Georgia and moved to Bun. will visit homes Contest Jameslne Dawson of

traffic hazard at the crossing nell 23 years ago frpm Daytona and businesses for coimtbutlons the 7th. grade at Bunnell
by obstructing the view of mo Beach. during the community School was runnedup. Both
torists". The Bunnell Commissioners He was a member of the Crusade. students will go to Miami 'to

had filed a request Baptist Church. compete In the State Conteston
with the FEC: company for the Funeral'services were held May 3.
area to be cleaned of unsightly at the First Baptist ChUrch at
rubbish, and the old depot 2:00: Saturday afternoon with FLAGLER GASOLINETAX (:)
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replaced with a new building, the Rev. Charles Anders of. COLLECTIONSDROP Phillis Hosford was electedthe

in preparation of the county's '::4'1'0'1- ficiating. Interment followed Future Farmer Chapter
fiftieth celebration.A ,<' at Espanola Cemetery; FOR MARCH Sweetheart at the annual par.

new building of prefabricated Survivors include his wife, Gasoline Tax Collections in ent-son banquet.
Delores Deen 17 a seniorat
,
structure will be erected
Isabel; one daughter, Margaret
Bunnell High School is one Flagler County dropped be. Harry Stuckey and Charles'
by the FEC, neat! the Hwy. Barrow. Bunnell; five sons,
low the amount collected In
of the contenders for the title Trad received Star Farmer tro
100 overhead to
pass replacethe Donald, San Diego, Calif; Pat
the county In February. The
of Miss Potato Blossom 1967. phies. Billy Deen received the
old Thornton stated.
one, rick, Eglin Air Force Base,
March collections totaled $17
The annual contest is public speaking award and
The this spon
depot provided area Fla; Paul, Edward and ClaudeH.
373.37 for 248,191 gallons
sored by the North Florida Po James Kendall received the
with passenger, freight and ., all of Bunnell; 'two sisters,
which was $990.36 less than
tato Council and is financedby Farm Mechanics award. The
mall service for many years. Mrs. L. J. Bernard, Jacksonville ,
the amount collected In Feb.
The ha not been the potato growers in the awards were presented by Z.
building s and Mrs. L. L. Hilton,
This amount is 7507.
utilized since the services tri-county area In an effortto ruary. D. Holland, superintendent.
Glennvllle, Ga; four brothers, 64 less than the collectionsone
increase the sale of the
were discontinued several Lonnle Washington, D. C;
areas multl-million dollar potato year ago. The March 1966 Honorary Chapter Farmer
years ago.Thornton. Harvey Deland; Jesse and collections totaled $24,881.01. degrees were given to Virgil
also stated crews crop. Arthur, Savannah, Ga. Sales Tax collections: for the Decker, Lyman Gage and
were already working on Miss Deen, daughter of Mr.
Carl
county amounted to $11,957.17for Hornsby.
cleating the right of ways and Mrs. W. W. Deen of Bun. Pallbearers were Chester 'the month of March which

from the north to the south nell is a well qualified candidate Tranceynger, Herbert Anderson was $1,343.94 more than the 20 YEARS AGO .
city limits for the celebration.VFW for the (title. Her father, Jack Hall, Fred White,
W. W. Deen, Is a potato farm. Ralph Massey and Jack Lo February collections, but $3,* The following Bunnell High
882.43 less than the March
her grandfather W H. Ram School students qualified for
TO NOMINATE er, .
1966 tax collected.
the first chapter of the Beta
Deen was also engaged in the .-
OFFICERSThe potato farming industry and Craig Funeral Home of Bun Club to be established at the
nell was In charge of
arrange school: Marvin Gresham,
her great-grandfather, John B.
Veterans of Foreign Johnston was a pioneer In potato ments. Rain? Where AreA Paulette Carillet, Ruby Dun-
Wars Post 5213 will meet Mon- son, Odell Strickland, Iona
day pr 124 8OO: (. ..mAIQ farming in this .arejau CI' .: f "' :...;,...,. z. -". "
.. $: ., ifftwmt'MOTHER ; :. Moody Naomi Hosford, Myr
Blvd.the postJ ome on West Moody pie Two Miller otheTcohiestants of Hastings and p "- =.,S.SOLOMONDIES ,, .,..J .# ,ti'l ou? na Rodgers, Margaret Muzyka,
weather forecast predicting : Allen Reynolds Deede Rey.
Officers to serve the ensuing Anne Coursey of Palatka, are IN GEORGIAMrs. nolds, Carolyn Hosford, Celia
rain for Flagler County
also vying for the title.
nominated.
will be
year The queen will be crownedby Bessie Carver, 64, Brox- would be the best news we Dupont Betty Babbitt, Patsy
Johnston
Commander
Danny could ask for. The city water French, Kathryn Hamilton,
will the honorable Doyle Con. ton, Ga., mother of Mrs. Ferris
preside.All
to ner at the Sixth Annual Potato Solomon of Bunnell, died supply, the farmers crops, Joyce Durrance, Lanny Al-
members
are urged
attend. Festival and Barbecue Saturday, April 8 in the Cof lawns and shrubs are all suffering ford and Peggy Wray.
fee County Hospital in Doug from the lack of rain.A .
scheduled Wednesday, April 40 YEARS AGO .
26 at 4:30: p. m. in Hastings. las, Ga. after an extended ill downpour that would soak
ness. the soil would be most wel The Flagler Beach Civic

BUNNELL Funeral services were held corned. League had a musical program .
CIGARETTE TAXDISTRIBUTED Monday, April 10 at the Carver The last rainfall recorded including a well trained
GENERAL HOSPITAL Chapel. Interment followed in here was on March 19 when orchestra under the directionof

ADMITTED: C. H. Knight, Carver Chapel Cemetery in only .20 of an Inch fell. March Professor W. W. Bruce of
Otis Hunter, Lillian Hersey, Don D. Meiklejohn, Directorof Broxton, Ga. 7, .40 of an inch fell making Daytona Beach.
Bunnell; Minnie Poole, Agnes the State Beverage Dept. re it slightly over one-half Inch Also on the program was
; Everhart, Willis McDowell of ports the following cigarettetax She Is survived by her hus of rain since the month of :the rendition of the classic,

Flagler Baech; Bll Bartow: St. collections were distributed band, Johnnie; !three daugh- February. This is only one. Hiawatha by Longfellow. The
Augustine; Walter Gibbs, Pa. to the various municipalities ers, Mrs. Luther Sears, Doug. half as much compared to last childhood and deer hunt of

latka; Eve Mae Walker, Crescent in Flagler County for the las; Mrs. Ferris Solomon, Bun- year's record. Hiawatha, the wooing of MIn-
City; Kay Lowe, Daytona month of February: nell and Mrs. Cumming Smith County Ranger, G. B. Kelly, nehala and the famine were
Beach; Eva Evans, Canada; Beverly Beach, $94.03; Bun Broxton; four sons, J. H., Car reports the wooded areas of portrayed through this musical
Charles Stevens, North Carolina nell, $2,413.56; Flagler Beach, ver, Wlllard Carver, Cecil Carver the county are extremely dry treat by Mrs. Christine
; Charles Turner, Georgia; $973.22; Marlneland, $74.38 of Broxton and Emory and If.a fire started it wouldbe Tolan, reader and Mrs. H. L.
William Tubman, Ohio. and Painters Hill, $14.08. Carver, Douglas, Ga. most difficult to control. Sears piano.

DISCHARGED: Agnes Eveh- The Three Crows orchestra

hart, Julia Bass, Phil Goffin, Professional Arts House composed of Mrs. Sears,
David Hightower, Beatrice Building Open SundayThe piano; Mrs. VV. B. Usllton,

Cockrell, Charles Turner, Otis guitar and whistling and Mrs.

Hunter, Joan Parrish and Celeste Tolan Fackler, violin,
Evangeline Colman. played the Angels Serenadeand

Bye Bye Blackbird, the
KINDERGARTENREGISTRATION latter with whistling obligato.
(:)
TONIGHT 7:30Registration The Bunnell Town Commission
for all children ,.w at a special meeting sold
who will attend the Bunnell the $100,000 worth of waterworks

High School Elementary Kindergarten bonds at a f&od prem
during the 1967.68 ium. The bonds were voted

term will be Thursday (tonight several months before.

) at 7:30 p. m. in the
The contract for
furnishing
sehool 'cafeteria. Pre-school
materials and construction of
children who will be five on
or before December 31, 1967 the waterworks system was
awarded to the Hooper Construction -
are eligible for registration.Prior
to the registration Professional Arts BuildIng 6200 square feet of furnished In the front area of the new Company.

there will be an ortwtatkm will hold Open House in offices for doctors, an attorney building which will be occupied

period for parents in order tofapfttariae their new building, 700 East a dentist and an apoth by G. S Anderson local
them with the Moody Blvd. Sunday, April 23. ecary. pharmacist UBBARY WEEK
kladtrgatien program.KtMargaiten Calling hours will be from 4 One section will be occupied There Is also a dental office PHOGLMMXDShalton
teacher. Mrs. to6p.m. by Dr. John M. Canakarla which includes a reception B. Barber Mayor of
WUdft Hargett and MM. Franem The spacious brick structure and Dr. Russell Blanton for room, laboratory and business the City of Bunnell proclaimed
WadMrorm. will dJacuacth is of colonial design. The their medical offices. The doc ... the week of April 3A-R !to
refs of the parents In pre- grounds have been attractively 'tors rooms are furnished with The owners and builder of be Library Week. AU citizens
their children for kin. landscaped with shrubbery the moat: modern, equipmentand this fine addition to Bunnall are asked to Join in an occasion

..... and the feadlnes and sod. A large ....... at the consist of six examining and Flagler County, are to be which will recognbe the
rq Utklea of the school pro :rear of the building is a paved looms, one treatment room, a congratulated for their iattt vitality and strength of the

..... parking lot to accommodate laboratory, business office, two in the gtowth of the rasa printed word In today's world
Parents are reminded $ itarettlea patrons. reception! rooms and two con- The Professional Art and its importance to surviv
are required for The paneled interior hU tIr- feience ....... Building and new Cit llrt al.
ram floors and central heat A suite of offices .to occupied Bank Building la fast ohaaf Communities throughout the

fatinm ated and air-oonditioning.The by Charles Tfcdell. attorney ing the complexion of Cart: United States are celebrating

mother, are urged to attend. building contains There will be an apothecary Moody Blvd. National Library Week.P. .

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BEER AND SNACK METHODIST CHURCH ,
Flagler Beach
Reynold Nelson Hoover
7 Closed Monday Church School, 9:45: a. m.
Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
& Gas-Phone 439.9211 Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p. m.
Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:30

p.m, I
Men's Club meets the first
Monday of each month at I'

7:30 p. m.Woman's.
Society of Chris-
f HAT tlon Service the 2nd Thursday .

9:30: a. m.CATHOLIC .
I :

r CHURCHES

! Rev. Fr. Anthony Leon. Pastor
OFF ST. MARY'S.KORONA.
f'I' Sunday Mass: '7:30 a.m.
Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed.,
and Friday at 8:30: a.m.
FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL
Sunday Mass: 9:00 a.m.
Weekday Masses: Tues. and
Thurs. at 8:30: a.m.
f ST. STEPHEN'S. BUNNELL
Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m.
Weekday Mass: Saturday at

8:30: a.m.PENTECOSTAL. HOLINESS


I Rev. John Llngold Pastor
; : \ Sunday School,' 10:00 a. m.
t : Worship Service, 11:00: a. m.
Life Liners Service, 6:30p.
! ::
LAYAWAYS m. ,
Evening Evangelistic Service
POST OFFICE" 7:30 p. m.


, ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe
! f Rev. Robert Stuart.
} Priest in Charge
Morning Worship 7:45. i
: FLORIDA Thursday.Church School 3:30 p. m.,

Communion first Sunday of
each month.
Three miles east of Bunnellon
highway 100.COMMUNITY .

Now CAMARO PACESETTER SALE MEMORIAL


k Tt x Flagler CHURCH Beach .
: ; : Rev. R. W. Dickert Pastor

Sunday School, 9:45 a. ttu
3 i Worship Service, 11 a. m.
Communion every first Sunday
f of each quarter

u := t i 4t FIRST METHODIST

BUNNELL
/ lev. Oliver Taylor. Pastor

; P rf Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.
.
Worship Service, 11:00 a. m.
Methodist Youth Fellowship,
6:30: p. m.FIRST .
t
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>" r.tPti'k
BAPTIST CHURCH
Flagler Beach
1. Max Hall Pastor
Sunday School: 9:45.
Morning Worship: 11:00.
Evening Worship 7:30.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting:
7:30.
Camaro's l lower;widerheavierroomier

BUNNELL FIRST
BAPTIST
than any other car at its price. And starting today, Charles D. Anders, Pastor
." Sunday: 9:45
,
a.m. Sunday
there's another reason to buy right away : School.
11:00: a.m.
Morning Worship
f specially equipped Camaros at special savings. 6:30 p.m. Training Union.
7:30 p.m. Evening
Worship.
j. '. You get all this : the big 155-hp Six, !.! Wed.: 7:30 p.m., Prayer
Service.
11/1'/ 'Ij",r '. deluxe steering wheel and extra interior trim,
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... ,, : ..,\.. wheel coverswhitewalls, bumper guards,front and rear,. O. F. ALFORD
"
' ,; ". :: wheel and Registered
: opening moldings body side striping. "

?. oJ Real Estate Broker'


NO EXTRA COST! ... Bunnell. 1 Florida

,.__. Now,during the sale the special hood stripe
.
'o.. end oor-mounteclahlft for the 3-speed transmission. '
i are available at no extra costl! HASTINGS MATTRESS

See your Chevrolet dealer now and savel & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

710-12 Lemon St.
g \ '
Palatka, Florida
:;".: ;f # Phone EA 5-9166
Furnitu-ii. Upholstering
.
Repaired 6 Rettntehed
1 LJ MattreMM & Box Sprteg*
: Made to Onto Also fteBetaled
'.' ... 'N'4ARO CHOSEN..1967. !INDIANAPOLIS. ..WO, ,,PACE_CAR Call Laura Monte ...
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& Alter 6rOO P. )C.
PRICES REASONABLE
M-1W
BUDGET. PLAN IF NUMB.
Jut CIa near as ye sr
HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLETCOMPANY Phone or Port Office
Drop U. A Card or CaU
Fr.e Pick-up & D-u..r
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. APRIL 20. 1967

CLASSIFIED H IJT THE CIRCUIT COUNTY COUNT FLORIDA OPFLAGLEll "


ADVERTISINGRATE Bunnell CITIZENS, Florida BANK OF BUNNELU 0 1 C E s Fresh Florida Grade "A"U. VwII

A State Banking Corporation
t JI; Plaintiff
"I. .ew.iNC.

MIBCZTSLAW BETH KOCZW, and MARION ANSKI.MARIA ELIZA KOCZWANSKI. Baking s Hens

4c per word. Minimum Defendants.

charge per Issue $1.00. TO: MIECZYSLAW NOTICE OK SUIT MARION (4.7 lb. Avg.)

KOCZ WAN SKI
REWARD c/o John Moore I
LOST in St. Johns Park area, Houston 606 Wellington Texas Street lb. 39 i!

nickel finish Smith & Wesson and. MARIA ELIZABETH y

1 Combat Magnum pistol, hoi KOCZWANSKI
I, 10959\ S. Troy I
ster and belt Wilbur Hold Chicago Illinois .
t ridge. Call after 6 p. m. 437 mailing: P. O. Box 249
Oaklawn. Illinois
3705. Apr. 20,. Itc YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK \
that an action to fore.
close a mortgage on the follow..
) WANTED-Responsible partyto Ing property .In Flagler County i
assume low monthly pay. Florida ROAST : lb. 53
'
Being a part of Tracts t1Jn 8.
ments on spinet piano stored and 9 of Block B of 4.:
near here. Write Credit Dept. Township 13 South. Range 31 ,
East, according to Plat of Bun
file 832 Phipps Piano Compa nell Development o
ny, 7523 1 Ave. No Birmingham division, recorded In Plat nfiobi U. S. D. A.
at Page 1 of the Public Records
Ala. Apr. 20, Itc., of Flagler County, Florida, and

Big Speed Queen wringer. follows more Northwest particularly: Beginning corner described of the at said the as i CK STEAKS lb. 63

washer and twin wash tubs Section 4, as a point of refer i
on wheeling table. $35.00. Call ence and running thence South
2* 46' 00" East, along the West
4373438. Apr. 20, Itc line of the said Section 4, a distance \ !
of 1322.50 feet\ ; thence Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED ((6-8 lb. Avg.) SLICED FREE

For Fill Dirt,, Shell and Light rhoertol; 32' 00" East, along
line of Tracts 7 ana
Dozier Work, call 437.3669, 9, a distance of 26S.O feet to the
Martin Harding or Jimmy point cription of: beginning thence of continuing this des PICNICS lb. 39Lean

Snyder. 1.12 to 5.26 p. North 87* 32' 00" East, along
the North lines of Tracts 7 and
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain 9. a distance of 737.0 feet to the
Northeast
corner of the West
fields installed; Rota.Roter half of the said Tract 9: thence
46 00" East, along the
snail shell. Reasonable prices. hlf
East of the West half of Western Small MeatySPARE
Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 the said Tract 9, a distance of
8-1-tl 1019.81 feet to the Northeasterly
boundary of the 66 foot right of PORK STEAKS RIBS
way of the Old Dixie Highway; ,
FOR SALE-2 houses on Deen thence North 70* 03' 00" West I
Road, both for $6,500 with along the said right of way lb. lb.
n distance of 789.08 4ge 5ge ,
500 down annd $60 per month. feet to rheap of curve of a
Move right in. Barker & Wilson 1* 58' 88" curve to the left;
thence North 71 02' 19" West,
Tribune Building, Bun. along said curve, a distance of

nell. 4373262. tf West 9.82 feet a; distance thence North of 716.31 2 46'feet 00" Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (22% I lb. Avg.) WHOLE NO LIMIT

to the point of beginning of this
HOME AND INCOME, Flag. description. Excepting however,
ler Beach, Three 1-bed room of the of
t tit fttIaJ
apts. furnished, 2.bedroom 9. lying half Northeasterly of of the a t

home, block from ocean. Good Northeasterly right of way FA _i Ib 29SMOKED

price for cash. Barker & Wilson boundary. Bearings of the are Old Dixie referred Highway to

Inc., Realtors, Tribune the Magnetic Meridian with no

Building, Bunnell. 4373282. variation tains approximately offset and 12 parcel acres con

has been filed against you and
you and each of you are required -
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT to serve a copy of your '
written defenses If any to It on NECK BONES TORKEY WINGS
NOTICE LELAND B. SHAW, Attorney forPlaintiff 3 $1"-
Ai provided In Chapter 20723. whose address la P. O. SMOKED HAM HOCKS- Ibs..............
Act of 1941. Notice la hereby Box 296, Bunnell, Florida, and
given that the tangible personal file the original with the clerkof
property taxes assessed for 19C6 the above styled court on or "
are now delinquent and begin. before April 29, 1967: otherwisea Del Monte fio303 Can
ning: with April lit such taxes Judgment
are drawing; : Interest at 1% permonth against you f.a1heberelrfte:;: demanded CREAM For $ tfOO BAKE. RITE
plus the proportionate in the complaint. CORN 5 I
cost of publtihlngr this notice (8) GEORGE M. MOODY STYLE
unless the amounts set opposite George M. Moody, Clerk, ..
each name below are paid before Circuit Court. SHORTENINGIb.
Del Monte No. 303 Can
the first day of May warrants Flagler County Florida. :,
will be Issued thereon directing: (Seal)
levy upon and the seizure of March 30 April 6-13-20 4tc COCKTAIL For $100 Ib. :
tangible personal property of 3
the taxpayer for unpaid taxes Tin 49 e
penalties and additional costs. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
The names of the delinquent Monte LIGHT MEAT 6 oz. Can

personal property taxpayers and REQUEST FOR BIDS CHUNK For Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
the amount of taxes and the The Board of County Commissioners TUNADel _
first month's penalty, are as fol. of Flagler County, 3 89c
lows: Florida, will receive sealed bids
Robert T. Bertha ......._.. f 34.87 at the office of the Clerk of the
Pauline Cooler _............. 6.68 Flag ler County King SizeJOY
D & B Amusement Co. .... 10.22C. g :mou.urtnu Florida,
B. King; .......... 41.61 until 9:00 A.M. Monday ,Each' Joe Grain' Grade "A"
Herschel C..King ......_... 183.04 1967, for pr ilalolbarrels 6ge
Kings Truck Stop of Type 1 cement.
and Restaurant ............ 66.65 The above quantity Is approximate SMALL
John Lain* .___.._......,.... 22.23 only and Is to be used for Del Monte 46 Can
Llklns Grocery................. 23.44 tabulation of bids and the Flag. oz.
Dill Moesser ?....._............... 20.61 ler County Commissioners reserve Pineapple For $
W. A. Oglesby .................... 27.41 the right If they so desire, DRINKS 3 EGGS
Parrott Village .._.......... 15.02 to Increase or decrease this Grapefruit
Rusty Buck ...___...._.. 8.42 quantity. Quote amount bulk
Six T. Ranch Inc. _.._.. 296.91 and In bags per barrel. Bid to
Wlmberlys Restaurant 80.78DALE be good for a period of six 3 Doz. $ff 00
B. BROWN, months. I
4-2Q.27-tc Tax Collector The Flagler County Commissioners MAXWELL HOUSE
reserve the right to reject I
any and all bids.
LOUIS M. STEFLIK, COFFEE

BOARD Chairman OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS FROZEN FOODS

RENEW YOURDRIVER'S LER COUNTY, L illtl.ATTEST Ilb.Tin. 49c
LICENSE : Mr. G. Frozen 9 oz. Pkg.

DURING YOUR OEORGB M. MOODY, Clerk
Ea.
Board of County Commissioners
BIRTH MONTH Of Flagler County Florida Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FRENCH FRIES lOc :
2tc-April 13.20, 1967

Sara Lee ALL BUTTER 12 oz. Pkg.

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POUND CAKE 6ge
FRESH PRODUCE _

ON TIMECERTIFICATES MSBMMMSJ

501 Loose Yellow
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,lb'. BOLD DETERGENT
ONIONSLEMONS 3 25e

VOLUSIA MINIMUM $3.000-90 DAYS


BANK NATIONAL COUNTY RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY Doz. 3ge SIZE 99'


Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada Red Ripe .

Orxnond Beach. FloridaCRAIG lb. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
TOMATOES Zge

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Mr. and Mrs. Dale Myslnger Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Coffmanand APRIL 20-21-22 );-X

and son Steven of Tenn. are children of Morristown,
spending: several days at their Tenn., arrived Saturday for a Contents of old Alencia Hotel St. Augustine. .
Flagler Beach cottage. visit, here with her parents, ,
:Mr. and Mrs. Otis Nipper. beds sofas
Mrs. Lyman Gage and Mrs. Plenty of antiques, oil paintings, ,
William Givens were In Jack Harry and Carol Atkinson
sonville Tuesday and Wed. entertained wi th an old fashioned chairs, tables, dishes, glass, china cabinets, desks,
nesday to attend the WSCS Ice cream party Sunday

i convention.Mrs. afteroon Ave.at Twenty-five their home, Invited Magnolia tea carts, lamps, tapestries, oriental rugs, dressers -'

Mary Ketus Holland guests attended. chests springs and mattresses restaurant '
and Mrs. Amorette Wells are ,

' visiting this week in Baxley, ROYAL NEIGHBORS dishes and hundreds of other items.
Ga. with relatives and friends. TO MEET MONDAYThe rugs,
Royal Neighbors will
'Recent houseguest of J. B. meet Monday, April 24 at 7:30p. OPEN ALL DAYU.
and Naomi Pellicer, was her m. at! the home of Mrs.
brother, Leslie Bennett, who Irene Durrance, Hwy. 100.
S. HWY. No. 1 SOUTH EDGE OF BUNNELLHARRIS
has just returned after a year Mrs. Durrance. Oracle will
.; of duty with the US Army in preside during the business
Vietnam.J. meeting.All .
members are remindedto & MANDEVILlE SALES
B. and Naomi Pellicer and attend.
children attended a get-to-
gether of the Bennett and COUNTRY CLUB MEETS BUYERS AND SELLERS OF ESTATES AND
Price families in Jacksonvillelast WITH MRS. KINNEY
BUSINESSESSPECIAL
Sunday. Eighty-seven Mrs. Walton Kinney enter.
family members attended the tamped the Country Club Wed
gathering. nesday evening at her homein
St. Johns Park. Mrs. Tom. AUCTION
Recent visitors of Mrs. Julia my Bertha, president presid

Lovelace were her sisters, Mrs. ed.It )
Eleanor Baker of Orlando and was reported 150 attend.
Mrs. C. E. Currie of Palatka. ed the annual Cabbage Ball
sponsored by the club. Approximately SATURDAY APRIL 29

Mrs. O. F. Alford and Mrs. $80, netted from ,
John Clegg were in Orlando ticket sales, will be used by
last) Tuesday and Wednesdayto the club for their scholarshipfund. 1:30 P. M.
attend the annual State The scholarship is
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Convention of t he Baptist awarded each year to a sen
Womens Missionary Union. ior at BHS. A
Mrs. Kinney served a salad
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Toulou Gordon returned course and coffee to ten mem .
home Sunday from Lawtey bers attending 1
where she visited several days ',1
with her son in law and MISS HOSKINS TO
daughter, Fred and Julia Pen- WED PHILIP STACY
darvis and children. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D.

Hosklns, Marineland, announce 1 ,
Mrs. Joseph Harding return. the engagement and '
ed home today after a weeks approachng marriage of their .

visit in Holly Hill with her daughter, Carol Ann, to Philip v .. ," .. ',: .. .:".,
son and daughter >n law, Mr. Stacy of New Orleans, ,
( and Mrs. D. O. Harding. The ceremony will be performed .
In the Johnson Mem

Owen and Margaret Shelton orial Chapel, North Al-A, at .
of Ocala visited here Saturday eight o'clock in the eveningof -H1 ."'
with Bo and Bette McDaniel.Bob April 26, 1967.
Miss Hoskins, a graduate of )

and Evelyn Cook and Bunnell High School is a 1966 .
children, John, Janet and graduate of the Charity
Mary spent Sunday in Gainesville School of Nursing' New Orleans .
with their son and La. She is presently a !
daughter in law, Robert and registered nurse at Tulane
v Leslie Cook and son Steven. leans.Medical School In New Or. : '

Gordon and Maxine Buckles The prospective bridegroomis I
and children visited in Orlando an electronic technician at
Saturday with Mr. and Tulane Medical School.No .
Mrs. J. W. Dees and fame invitations are being
ily. sent, but all friends of the
couple are cordially invited to 1. rI
Dale and Rosemary Brown attend the wedding and re
visited in Gainesville Sunday ception.
with their son David, who is
a student at the University of HONORED ON
Florida. BIRTHDAYPat
Gurnee, son of Mr. and
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Fred and Jean Chambersand Mrs. Keene Gurnee celebratedhis I
son Pat of Jacksonville thirteenth birthday anniversary
ltl visited here Sunday with his with a Beach Party.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F J. Saturday evening.
Chambers, and Budy and Shir- Fifteen of Pat's classmates
, ley Chambers.Mrs. joined him for the celebration.

Cordell Robertson and WOMAN'S CLUB
.,Mrs, Curtis Deen and Mrs. ELECTS OFFICERSMrs.
Deen's mother, Mrs. Perry H. G. Heydt was elect
Hunt of East Palatka, attended ed president of the Flagler

the Antique Palatka Show HistoricalSociety's at the Woman's meeting. Club at the April ;DISCOVER precious peace of min f w ith "

Ravine Gardens Saturday. Elected to serve. the ensue Nameless Electric Water Heating 'T
ing with the .
year new pres- C ..
Lewis Wadsworth returned ident were Mrs. R. K. Hirst, j .

'" home today from a weeks bus. first vice president; Mrs. 'F Today's high-speed automatic electric water heaters supply hot water"!
mess trip to Philadelphia and Frank Brede, second vice pres. ,,,,.,
; .. faster than the average family can use it up. '
ident
New York. ; recording secretary, r i
,) Mrs. E. P. Fleurle, corresponding Easily installed any place. Needs no venting. Just set it and forget it
secretary, Mrs. Vernon
\ Lew and Donna Wadsworth Haines and treasurer, Mrs. : Go First Class...Go Electric! The beet costs less. See yew appBaaca
have as their houeegueet, _' -.*""* -
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Jasper dealer,plumbing or electrical contractor. **- --*
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Woodell of Greensboro, N. C. stalled at a luncheon meet .
ing at the Bali Restaurant inOrmond '. -' -- ') ....
Margaret Taylor.' Flatter 1 '. ;
Wednesday, April X : S
County Public at 11:45 a. m. Mr*. Harold jiL ERE'S NO MATCH FOR 7,
spent Tuesday .. Ma : FLAMELE48' .
rie and Mrs. Phil Keater .r ElC'fRICK. .
: day at Suniland will conduct the inataUrtton. 1 A.(....bn.k '. dc" .

tor in Gainesville. Plan were+ made for Men- ... -...,... \. .- -
ben to attend MM uuml
X,.. Florida FLORIDA_ POWER &; LICHT COMPANY_.
Jay Oapo returned Federation of WMMM _r_.' e" ..-' -' .
home S.Mrt..y from Flakier Club convention at the Daytona ) HELPING BUILD FLORIDA

. Hospital Jn St. Attguttiiie Plaza Wednesday, April -' _. .
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MR. AND MRS. DOMENICO BUONOMr. CHOPS lb. 49

and Mrs. Domenico In law, Mr. and Mrs. James .
Buono of Flagler Beach cele Buono.
'brated their 'fiftieth wedding Prior to the celebration the TENDER SELECTBEEF
anniversary Sunday afternoonat couple renewed their weddingvows
a surprise dinner party at in a ceremony performedby
the Bunnell Civic Center, given the Rev. Father Anthony, LIVER 49
by their son and daughter Leon at Saint Stephens Cath lb.
olic Church In Bunnell.
VFW AUXILIARY The wedding table overlaid
MEETS THURSDAYThe with a white and gold cloth U. S. CHOICE
was centered with an artistically
Veterans of Foreign decorated three tiered
Wars Auxiliary will meet wedding cake. CHUCK STEAK 59
21 at 8:00 lb.
Thursday April : p. All of the couples children I
m. at the Post home on West '
were In attendance for the ,
Moody Blvd. gala occasion,. James Buono,
Mrs. Gene Bowers, president
Mrs. Walter Wilkins and Mrs.
will preside. Marvin Seagraves. I

FRIENDLY CIRCLETO One hundred sixteen friends FLORIDA GRADE "A"

MEET Friendly TONIGHTThe Circle will and tended.relatives Out of of town the couple guests at.in. LOOK V? FRYERS 5 Bag $179 I

cluded Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
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meet tonight at 8:00 at the
Vorase, Saute St Marie, Mich; Armour
(Campfire) ;
home of Mrs. Jeff Seale, 507 N. BACON Pork
Mr. and Mrs. Wllford Willettc, Lb. Pkg. "
Moore Street, for their regular
Mrs. Mary Radassi Mr. and Lb.
monthly meeting.Mrs. Mrs. Marvin Seagraves and PLUS NECK BONES 5 BagWorld's $100.f

Seale All members, president, will children Jimmy, Betty Lou ..!, .w. Mr'..,1... Doz... (Medium)
are reminded "
preside. and Tlmmy, Mr. aud Mrs. Pete ,*r. .
to attend. Lovell and daughter Kathy, EGGS .. Best
all from Detroit, Michigan Ground Lbs.
FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wheelerand Both For BEEF Z 9ge f

OBSERVES LIBRARY WEEK children of New Smyrna.

National Library Week will 95- ,
Armour (Capital)
be observed at the Flagler HOLLANDS ENTERTAINMr.
Beach Public Library, April 21 and Mrs. Zach Holland Limit (2) Bacon, (2) Doz._Eggs Smoked SAUSAGE Lb. 490
with a Tea given by the Wom were hosts at a cookout at
an's Club. their home Saturday evening.
Club members serving as Enjoying the occasion with E

hostesses for the affair are the hosts were Mr. and Mrs.R. Quality Shortening Everfresh (Twin Pkg.) Hawaiian ((46 oz. Can)
Mrs. Jasper White, Mrs. Ralph W. Deen, Jr. and Mr. and
Hirst and Miss Dorothy Ho. Mrs. W. W. Deen, Bunnell; Mr. POTATO PUNCH
mans. and Mrs. Bill Spaulding, Mr. SNOWDRIFT '
The public is cordially In. and Mrs. Bobby Williams and 3 HIPS Cans
vited. Mr. and Mrs. William Revelsof Tin5I7. TWin 3 8ft.
Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. Em. .i 4ge
mett Campbell, Hastings and Pkg. .
Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or Showboat Can
((300 )
FB WMU MEETING Mr. and Mrs. Cam McLean of food order
THURSDAYThe Prince Edward Island, Can more F o I ger'. (R ego or Drip) PORK and
Womens Missionary ada.
Union will meet tonight at COFFEE BEANS
Cabin Home (Plain or
7:30 at the home of Mrs. Betty CELEBRATESFIRST
Leggett, 111 S. Fifth St., for BIRTHDAY S. R.) Tin 4ge 8 Cans 97c
their regular monthly meetIng David (Dude) Chase, son of
CORN
and missionary program.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Chase celebrated Limit 1 with $.500 or '
Agnes Lee, program his first birthday an. MEAL more food order Fresh Crisp
chairman will be In charge of niversay last Thursday witha LETTUCE
a book study"First and Twentieth party at the Chase home. 5 Lb. Kraft (Fresh)
Century Churches". Joining in the celebrationwere 37e Head
David's sisters, Bobbie .. ORANGE Z5eClark'
and Wendy; Mr. and Mrs.
R O,Y' S. Peter".Phillips; Mr. and Mrs. JUICE
STEAM CLEANING SERVICE Henry Shill and daughter, Eleanor (Frozen) PRIDE' ,

MOBILE: HOMES 'Mrs. Thelma Barnett, CHOPPED VZ Gal. 4ge BROOMS
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TILE ROOFS! and SIDITfGS Mrs. Eva Sullivan and daughter
Guaranteed t. Kill Mildew Lisa.
SIRLOINS Each
AIR CONDITIONERS Niblet's89c 8ge !
CARPENTER and PAINTING FOR SALE
Pkg.
CALL AFTER 8100 P.M.Beach 17 cubic ft. frost free Kenmore W K.
MR. R. BOND. Flagler
freezer, 2 yrs. old in excellent U. S. No. 1Everfresh
Box 794 CORN
Phone 433-2275 P.O. condition. Call 4373948. 4-20c

POTATOES
(Reg. Loaf) Cans
4 97c

BREAD 10 Bag Lb. 4ge

Insurance Borden' (New)
Flagler County
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Loaves 1/s Gal. Plas. $00 1ft Cal
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LIFE-FIRE-AUTO-CASUALTY BONDS SLIP. (WE DO CARE AT METTS).

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would like to take this .
opportunity to express our When you .
appreciation to Janet Way;
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wheeler DISTANCE
"LETGE Announcing ,-
and daughters, Sharon and
Debbie; Ginger Newell; Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Wilkins and MEANS
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kahlertfor aG DO IT//" The opening of the Flagler Beach

helping party.us with the anniversary NOTHING! s Po

W. Pay Postage Both Ways BARBER SHOPLocated
We would also like to thank
everyone for ,the lovely gifts. Use DBF'"Save-By-Mail" Service
Mr. and Mrs.and Domenico Buono OM l ii.iU.it Mwil S..51 eW L..b".l.h.
Jimmy and Betty Buono
Open 9:00 a. m. til 6:00: p. m.', ';
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INTERIOR or EXTERIOR Weekdays

VINAL LATEX .
(Plus TV Stamps)
MARY CARTER FSTOIRE Closed All Day Wednesdays
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fist MASON AVE. PRo 253-0111
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7 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. APRIL :20 1967 you In the above entitled cause; GEORGE M MOODY By Janice Murray,
and you are hereby required to Clerk of said Circuit Court Deputy Clerk.
file your answer with toe Clerkof (Official Sea) March 8l1, April 61320. 4tc
this Court and to serve a
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
copy upon the palntlff
plaintiffs whosename
PUBLIC NOTICE OF SALE IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF or attorney
By virtue of an Order signed FLAGLEH COUNTY. FLORIDA and address Is:
and entered under date of the IN CHANCERY ;NO. T3 ROBERT I.. WILSON Enquire
8th day of April 1967. by the LLOYD R. FISH 411 South Rldgewoo.I AvenueDaytona
Honorable T 1<. McKnlght, Plaintiff Beach' Florida
Judge of the Flakier County vs. not' later than April 28, 1).S7
Court I will offer thetwothirds RUTH V FISH X D.. W7.
orha '
Interest Estateof Defendant / If you fall to do so, decree
lpeneJiy D Moody, In a one- pro confesto will be entered
Interest In the NOTICE TO DEFEND against you for the relief demanded -
following described real estate THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: in the bill of complaint.
for cash to the highest and best Ruth V. Fish The nature of said suit being
bidder on the 12th day of May 2820 Coleraln Avenue for divorce.
19(7 between the hours of 11:00 Cincinnati. Ohio WITNESS my hand and seal
A.M. and 2:00 P.M. on the north You are hereby notified that of sad| Court this 23 day of
steps of the Flagler County a suit has been filed against March A. p. 1967 KEEP
Court House to wit: --- -- ..
"A two-thirds Interest In an
undivided one-half InterestIn
the following described
property: :
Hocks 104. 10S 106 107, 108 / I a.
Town of BunnellBlocks IT M
01ZbJ ne'1' 75 and '76
Town (
Lots 4 and 9, Block 2. Colony :
Park r
The North 'H of the NEU ,
of the 8EJ% and the Swg
of the NEliof SE,4 Section
36, Township 11 South. Sa
Range 29 East Nn 1'J'
Murtlce Richardson Moody 0
Executrix of the Estate of A<< 1 .
Dewey D. Moody deceased
4tc-Apr. 1S-20-27; May 4 OpNB 1 :

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTBIDS HOME

FOR AIR-CONDITIONER ,

Board REQUESTEDThe of County Commissioners America the Beautiful. ..
of Flagler County Florida T
Is interested In receivlngsealed Is Everybody's Job'
bids for supplying and
installing a central alr-condlti- It's the job of every faniily that spreads a picnic on a
onlng unit for the entire second THE BEAUTIFUL and PROGRESSIVE roadside table.
floor of the Flagler County .
Courthouse It's the job of every boatman who cruises the

The, condensing bid shall Include unit electrical compressor ROBERT L. HANNAH lakes and waterways.

switches, switch box wiring, Every driver, every walker, every flier.
fuse panel, necessary ducts, return FUNERAL HOMES That why our Association throws its whole.
air system with grills and hearted support each into the Keep America
other necessary Items for a complete year
system with or without Dedicated to dignity. service and economy. Lowest cost Beautiful campaign.Love .
Insulation to building "
Bids will be received until by far. In the entire area on any service of your choice.
9:00 A.M Monday. May 1, 1967 o
at the office of the Clerk of the We invite your comparison. Serving all faiths. //country we have h* e. Let's keep U that way. ,
Circuit Court. Flagler County @
Courthouse. Bunnell. Florida. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. 1
The Board reserves the rightto U. S. HOLLY HILL DAYTONA BEACH P.O. BOX 273, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
and all bids.
reject any CALL WX 7611 TOLL FREE
LOUIS M. STEFLJK,
Chairman
BOARD OF COUNTTCOMMISSIONERS
FLAG- -
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ATTEST:
GEORGE M. MOODY Clerk
Board of County Commissioners
Of Flagler County :Florida
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BHS BAND SPRING CONCERT 8-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS. APRIL 20. 1967


DONKEY BALL SHOWER FETES

BRIDE ELECT
GAME FRIDAYThere
Miss Elaine Deen whose
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will 'be a Donkey Softball
Game Friday night at wedding will be an event of

Bulldog Stadium at 730.: The I April 22 was complimented
game Is sponsored by the with a bridal shower Saturday
Bunnell Band Parents Assn. afternoon at the home of
1 and proceeds will go' to the Mrs. Scott Sheffield. Mrs.
tt Uniform Fund. Sheffield, Mrs. Philip Whitely,
h Tickets may be obtained at St. Augustne and Mr Bob
w the gate.RECEIVES. Davis, Gainesville, were hos
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tesses.
t t DEGREES A pink, green and White
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L Grace Olivia Steflik and color scheme was used In
Katherine Mechele Stefllk, the decorations throughoutthe
X daughters of Mr. and Mrs. home.
y h Yvr Mike Steflik of Bunnell will Gifts for the honoree were
receive their Bachelor of arranged around an attrac
Science Degrees 'at the com ,tivly decorated umbrella.
mencement ceremonies at Guests enjoyed games and
Florida State University tonight
prizes were awarded to Miss
at 8:00 p. m. Mary Susan Brannam and Mrs

Mary Maxwell.
MISS FILKINS Tempting refreshments were

MR JOHNSON served to 25 Invited guests.

t % EXCHANGE VOWS ;' .
_E.; ,' -.! ..:..... -- i M Vir. BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON
The marriage of Miss
ginia Filkins to Mr. Carl H. General D. Woods was guestof
Catherine Stanish, a Bun oboe solo In the district con. Catherine Stanish, Anne Johnson was at three o'clockIn honor at a ,birthday luncheon .
nell High School senior, received test. Susie Peterson and Faye Bourne, Barbara Pache and the afternoon April 11, 1967. given by his wife Pearlat
the John Philip Sousa Hutcheson also received su Sandra Scott. The ceremony was performedby their home Monday., April
Award for the outstanding perior awards for their twirl A choral group comprisedof Justice of the Peace, Levi 17.
member of the Bunnell High Ing competition. seventh and eighth grade Brannam.The Invited guests were Mr. and
School Band at the Annual Walter Wilkins, Band Par- girls presented a vocal pro. bride Is the daughter of Mrs. Lewis Woods, Mr. and
Spring Concert presented Friday ents Association president, gram. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Fll- Mrs. J. W. Medders and sons
night In the school gym., presented trophies to band kins of Flagler Beach. Joey and Jerald Mrs. Rosa
under the direction of Addison members who will be graduated FINESSE CLUB The bridegroom Is the son Durrance, Mrs. Stella Cauley,
Webber. Miss Stanish was also this year. Receiving tro Mrs. Frances Wadsworth en of Mrs. J. B. Pelllcer of St. all of Bunnell and Mrs. Elsie
the student conductor. phies were Ann Hugas, John tertained the Finesse Bridge Johns Park. Moran of East Palatka.

Other awards were presented nie Ruth Miller, Julie'Wilklns, Club at her home Monday The couple are residing at
to Vicki Heln, who receiv Vlki Hein, Dale Abbott, Dennis evening. Mrs. Opal Craig was 500 Moody Blvd., Flagler HAPPY BIRTHDAY:

'ed a superior rating for her Clay, Arthur McDaniel, high scorer. Beach. FRIDAY-Marie A. Michaels,

Peter Phillips, Mary J. Etua,
Lee Black, Dave Perryman.

SATURDAY-John C. Sears,
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SUNDAY-Wendy Chase, Mit

,. PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING MONDAY-Fran tie McKlnnon. M. Formato

Mary Vandllng, Davey Solo
mon, Richard French.

700 MOODY AVENUE TUESDAY-Mimi Clark, Clifford Taylor Denlse, William

Hafer.WEDNESDAYW.
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THURSDAY-Geraldlne Vogel.

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Words cannot adequately
express my deep appreciationfor
the many kind and sym
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-- at the time of my recent bereavement
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norm" Mrs. Geneva Solomon.
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to those who ministered .
In any way to our loved
one during his illness and
to us In our deep sorrow. In
his sentiments, we are grateful A
for the privilege of beinga
c+A .L 71 M. IJYS rl ,1 $ .I a Yp 'i ilro part of so many Christian
people.
The Family of
George R. KendallIN

MEMORIAM
George Kendall, Past Patron
Bunnell Chapter No. 93. Orderof
ANNOUNCES OPEN HOUSE the Eastern Star.

WHEREAS, on March 27,

( ,StJNDAY APRIL 23 1967 4 to 6 P. M. 1967 Universe the, Great In His Master Infinite of Wis the

(1 dom, saw fit to call Brother
George Kendall to that City
not made with hands.
-t'V : "God saw the road was getting
: ; '
,
': ( .
.. rough
S I t, .r" HOWARD F. LERCHV: The hills were hard to climb
,
.: .',. ;, lie gently closed his weary
I 1 ,. eyes
S. f And whispered, "Peace be
'
: GENERAL CONTRACTOR
S .. Thine."

We do humbly bow to sub-
'' : mission to the will of Him
'BOX 426. FLAGLER BEACH .. PHONE 439.2395
? who doeth all things well.
'.;. .. "
: "
;
wi } We extend to Sister
f .' ; "J AND RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION Edna,
.1. COMMERCIAL
: ",,. hfe wife, and the members of
.
: ; ..i"" .k. Hi family our deepest JoveMcl
.
i. :
: ...... sympathy and pray our
-T : J ..venJy Father will comfort
'
'a ,, them in their sorrow.TEREFORE .
X
-, BE IT RESOLVK .
> that our Chapter be drop-

DRUG STORE BUNNELL RESTAURANTBUNNELL .4 In mourning for thirty days
la loving memory; that A copy
b*ptnt to the family, And thatA
fbpy be sent to ttie Ttagler

" COFFEE SHOP &: MOTOR LODGEANDERSON'S TriteaeLovtafly, .
and
Fraternally,
Wanda Mtrcer, Worthy
Matron

\.1.t, :... .... Henry H. Scott, Worthy
} PIIIIaa
,
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Myra I'WbtowotthChaplate. .

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