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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 29, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
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System ID: UF00079914:00389
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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$12 Million Marco Polo Attraction To

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Marco Polo Park, a $12 million
t tourist attraction will be
; built on the Flagler-Volusia The

county line bounded roughlyby Flagler Tribune
the Old Dixie Highway
1-95 and U.S. 1, Jack White, ftco
one of the principals in the 'N py

j venture announced Tuesday. ,

White's announcement oft VOLi 55 26 THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1967 S3.50 A YEAR

the site of the 5,000 acre project '1'
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came after a visit Monday
k j i to Tallahassee, where a '* *

4 13 member delegation from

j plans Volusla to County Gov. Kirk.presented. the In

All Readiness for
The site Is at the southeast 4Day50th
I comer of Flagler and the
I northeast corner of Volusia
1 counties. Marco Polo Park

win probably have access
I roads from U. S.1 In the area
just north of the 1-95 overpass.
Anniversary Celebration
The Florida Development

;. Commission has expressed a
"great deal of Interest" In the
mutlmilllon dollar project and

was acquainting a sidelight the of FDC the trip with, ac It Fish Fry By BEVY OF BEAUTIES BIG FIREWORKS "Old Timers"

cording to White. DISPLAY AT BEACH

Timber Don't miss the of
photos
Growers
Burns who is manager and JULY 4th EVENING Airport Dance,
t 4f the beauty contestants on
vice president of the project *
,', told Kirk the project would be Monday Event pages. 50 and 51. $500 worth of fireworks
built around a $6 million ell- ( have been purchased by the Saturday NightThe

matron which he described as The Flagler Timber Grow City of Flagler Beach for the
the World's largest conserva- pyrotechnlcal display scheduled Country Club and Idle-
'/tory. The surrounding gardens, ers Association will stage TRIBUNE OLDEST for 9 p.m. Tuesday, July wood Clubs have Joined to.
Burns said would be fun (their annual free fish fry Monday BUSINESS IN 4, according to Commissioner gether to sponsor an "Old
areas with rides amusements afternoon from 5 p. m. to George WIckline, fireworks timers" Dance to be held at

and music. 7:30: at the Rayonler Headquarters THE COUNTYThe chairman.The the airport hangar Saturday
night. Weather permitting
v Although It was announced about 5 miles northon Flagler Tribune is the fireworks display will much of the dancing will be

originally Marco Polo Park US 1. This has been an an. oldest business in Flagler conclude the four day festivi on the open air apron in frontof
I'. would cost $9 million the nual event for a number of County. The paper was estab ties. the hangar. If weather is
price now has been hiked to lashed on February 6, 1913 as Inclement there will be plenty
J$12 million.A years and this year the tim the St. Johns Tribune. Upon F. B. FISHING PIER room on the inside. Tickets
ber growers agreed to makeit
the creation of
Flagler County have been on sale for
breakdown shows $8 a part of the Flagler Fif some
July I, 1917 the name was OPEN TO PUBLIC time at a nominal charge
.... < 's.a' million will be spent for the tieth Anniversary.Food ,changed to The Flagler Tribune which is hoped will defrayth
,.. *+climatron, $2 million for theAr JULY 3&4
During !the 54 years 9f
preparation is under cost of contracting the or.
; non botanical development and existence It has never missedan The Flagler Beach fishing chestra.
...A. the supervision of G. B. Kelly
$1 million each for the Japa ...
issue. will tof
who is assisted Mc. pier be open the public
by Harry
.. nese gardens and 'cost of the Danny High and the Shamrock
land. ,The $12 million price Kinney and P. A. Edmonson, ). B. Boaz was editor from 3.4'ln Monday observance and Tuesday of the Count July Orchestra\ .,'' who playedfor

tag doesn't, include lessee con Sheriff. Timber growers'in who the beginning until 1918 when ty's fiftieth, anniversary. The the recent Cabbage Ball,
struction. are participating sharingthe the will music for the
paper was purchased by provide eve
usual fee charged visitors and
expense of the fish fry are: R. L. Harper. January 1, 1924 far ning. The Shamrocks are noted
fishing privileges will
not
FLAGLER COUNTY PUBLIC Allen Lands, Inc., Bunnell M. B. Fuller and A. M. Me- for quality listening and
be in effect on'these dates, ac.
Timber Inc. Coun
Q>, Flagler
Daniel
purchased the business dancing music for all occasions.
SCHOOLS MAINTAIN ty Farm Bureau Hudson Pulp and served as editors and cording to the Flagler Beach -...
and Paper Corp., Owens-Ill City commission
published until 1939 when
ACCREDITATION A special feature of the
inois Glass Co. Inc.
Rayonler, ,
,
Mr. Fuller purchased Mr. Me- Everyone
can enjoy fishing
evening will be the beard
Recently received final an St.. Regis Paper Co., RaymonF. Wads Daniels interestAs free of charge July 34. Judging contest. There are
Tucker, and L. E.
alysis reports of school accreditation
about thirty local bearded
worth. publisher and editor the
classification list SELECTED TO ATTEND
"old timers" who will be
Fullers the business
Flagler County's three public There will not be a pro until operated competing for a trophy for
November 1966 when TEACHING INSTITUTE
schools-Bunnell High School gram scheduled at the fish fry the longest beard,best shaped
business
they sold the to L. R
Carver High School and Flag. since all guests are invited to Wilson the Mrs. Laura Reynolds Bun beard and funniest beard.
.
present owner.
ler Beach Elementary accredited attend ,the Historical Pageant nell elementary school teacher :Mrs. Freda Been, Mrs. Janice
by the State Depart later In the evening at the SUBSCRIPTION RATES has been selected to attend Murray; and Mrs. Joy Stefllk
ment of Education for the Bulldog Stadium in Bunnell. a seven-week institute were co-chairmen of the dance
school year 1966-67, accordingto INCREASED this summer at University of committee while City Com-
Coy G. Harris, Superintendent. HENRY M. FLAGLERGRANDDAUGHTER Florida dealing with the mlssidner C. B Elsenbach is
Subscription rates for the teaching of children from pooror coordinator of the dance pro
All schools maintained their Flagler Tribune will be Increased disadvantaged h 0 m e s. gram.
1. The last increase
accreditation ratings received July Teachers were chosen from 15
TO ATTEND 50th was made January 1; of the 25
last year. Each school pro counties participating SCOUTS TO SELL
greased in percentage ratingof :Mrs. Jean Flagler Matthewsof 1947 when rates were raised in the Florida Education
attainment from $2.00 to $2.50 per year. al Research SPECIAL EDITION
levels of and Nye New York and Palm and Development
in specific areas, the highest Due to the increase of cost Council an inter-county project of
hundred
Beach, granddaughter of Fifteen copies
for materials and labor it is
percentages possible were to promote research studies
the Edition of the
Henry" M. Flagler, has accept. Anniversary
reached. necessary to make the following in education.
Tribune will be sold
ed an invitation to attend the price change: Flagler
Marked improvements were The institute began Monday by the Boy Scouts> of Troop
\ made in the areas of instruc.f' Flagler Fiftieth Anniversary Ten cents per copy. June 19 and concludes 472. The boys will conduct a
tional materials and equip. Celebration. She will be visiting One year 350. Aug. 4. Upon completion, house to house sale beginning

ment by all schools. Subject In St. Augustine where Six months, $2.00. teachers are expected to take today, according to Jeff Seale
her lived for
f area offerings In all schools grandfather Outside Flagler County $4 positions either as curriculum scoutmaster.
t Mewed improvement. many years and was buried. per year.HAVE. coordinators or helping teach. Proceeds of the sale will be

i Inadequate facilities for the Flagler County was named ers. divided between the Flagler
..... the main deficiencies of Commerce
schools were for Henry M. Flagler when; YOUBOUGHT County.Chamber
listed. In Bunnell created in 1917. Mr. Flaglerhad Funds for the Institute are and tHe scout troop.
.r High School's case, mueh of developed the east coastof YOURS? provided by a National Defense The 36 page section the
this will show Improvement Florida by building the Education Act Grant. scouts are selling was printedby
i r in next fall's reporting, with Florida East Coast Railway the Tribune for the Anniversary
,, 'new library and administrative from Jacksonville to Key West BUNNELL DESCENDENTS TO Committee of the
facilities available. and building and buying luxury Spetial PenriitFlagler ATTEND PAGEANTMrs. Flagler County Chamber of
, According to Superlnten hotels in St. Augustine Commerce who sold all ads
dent Harris, attention is now Ormond and Palm Beach. County1* Mary Btiee ell Vaun land compiled the reading material
t befog given to the formulatfMi Miami and Mrs Susie Bun for tt.
, of long range plans forhnpcovMnent 50thAHnivtrsary nell Hall Hew Smyrna Bach
r 'r:;. + of oil education-: BUNNELL CITY daughters of Alvah A. Bun 7 LEGISLATORS
1 .1.:,. art tMlUtte.iD the school yir. nell, have accepted an invitation .
TO CLOSE REPRESENTED COUNTYIn
HALL
..... to participate in the Historical
The >.....u City Hall will July 1,1967 ; Pageant on Monday fifty yean seven toffel*.
" B. CITY MALL CLOUD be cloMd Monday and ,.... evening art Bulldog Stadium.Mr. ton have served' in the Houi
;.' Bunnell. operated mills of Representatives npisssnt-
4 HOLIDAY day July 34.
.. .FOR JULY in Bunnell and Eepanoia in sag Flagler County.dir.nolal Listed (p

The Flatter Beach City Hall There will be an early garbage Each button is nuab.aed the ISttta and 18W. but left order theyL we
.will be doted all collection Monday. All and war *ntltl you to caps here about the turn of the' L Moody A. S. Fowler F.
vila observance 01 = traeh and garbage will be collected .I the cash awards fMi century. HU mill Mrafahedwood Byrd, X. B. Warner, I*
'" Day, aoconUaf fcy the city crews before away Saturday at the CatttiAMB. .- fuel lor the early 7K w...... .. H. T. Co*

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THURSDAY, JUNE 29. 1967
TfelBUNE 50th ANNIVERSARY EDITION .
33 THE,.FLAGLEH '
,

DRIVERS LICENSE
br IHtagltr QlrtbunrINCORPORATED I
'

BUNNELL, FLORIDA FEES INCREASEDColonel H. N. Klrkman, director .

of the Department of Es

Public Safety, today reminded

LEN WILSON Floridians that starting ;

Editor and Publisher Monday, July 3, driver's license '.I ,'

BETTE S. McDANIEL examination fees will NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE
)
New. Editor Increase from $1.00 to $3.00 ; t.

for regular applicants and Bunnell, Florida .

Deaisaated MWSM. for all from $5.00 to $15.00 for ap '
Api AiTertl.U. plicants whose driving privileges ;

Entered .. second glass matter revoked.have been- suspendedor r k N G" :

February 8,. HIS. s t the post "These changes have come S P R I .
office at Bunnell. Florida, under about due to a recent law, :
'
Act of March 3, 1ST I. passed increasing by the all 67 driver legislature license,

"
10. Per Copy examination fees July 1,

OBA Tear ......-___..-.$34* 1967," said Klrkman.
Six Moath.-....._--'Z.00
"
Outside PUfler Coamtjr
...00 Per Year CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING CLEARANCE


LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT FLAG- _


JERRY LKH CIVIL Plaintiff COUNTY.ANNE R.ACTION HALL' FLORIDA No. RATE l---4c per word. Minimum iI SALE JUNE GOOD 29th I S A L E I HOURSThrough STORE I ,



CAROL: CAROL-Defendant NOTICETO ANNE HALL. HALL I SEPTIC charge TANK per cleaning issue 51.00.; drain JULY 15th 9:00 DAILY.to 6:00 ,

6401 47th Street
I
Court West fields installed; Rota-Roter
Tacoma,HEREBY ton 98466 snail shell. Reasonable prices.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce Call George Jarosz, 437.3410
has been tiled aganlst you, and 8-1-tf
you are required to serve a copy
of the your complaint answer to or the pleading Plaintiff's to WANTED: Will buy LIVE %
I
attorney LELAND B SHAW, P. Rattlesnakes, Coral Snakes "
O. Box 296, Bunnell Florida and
moccasins. Moody'sTaxidermy
original answer or and large 33 OFFMissy ,
1I1adre In the office of the Shop I die son s.
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or .
Ph. 437.3989, Bob r.
before the 17th day of u dlSJidetaut Building. 3 ..
If you fall to do so, an Moody. 4tp 6-15,22, 29. 7-6
will be taken against you
tor the relief demanded In the FOR RENT-Two bedroom
complaint..
DATED at Bunnell Flagler CBS house. Garage Patio and .- ., 1"
County Florida this 9th day of
Central Heat, $80.00
per .
June 1987> .j'l .
GEORGE :M MOODY month. Contact William Lens. Half Sizes, Junior '. ,
Clerk Circuit Court. Fla.gler .
sen, Von Bulow Ranch. Phone
County, Florida
(OlHclal 1'.1)By Janice Murray 4392371. 2tc June 22.29 Dresses . . ": .

'Deputy Clerk HOUSE OF SALE OR RENT- .' ,t'
LELAND B: SHAWP. '
O. Box 296 On Deen Road. Contact C. F. P' t' ,. t ?!f'
Attorney for Plaintiff "
Smith, 4373658. June 22&29:
Bunnen, Florida -;' '
;
I
Pant '';
4tc. Tops . .
June IS 22 29. July 6.- : l'
-Three bedroom, 2 bath house ,
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT furnished. Lot 200'x370'. Small 81' J. j t
lake, access to Inland Water. . f\< t ':'

IN TUB CIRCUIT COUNTY.COURT FLORIDA OFFLAGLEit way. Includes boat, motor , '. Shorts ... ." ., .f.: ,
dock and tools. Price $13,500. . .. '.t ::1tI

RUTH IN C'AHH MARIE! NO.PEEL 1BO. H. E. Jones, corner 17th St, &: I '. I '. '. ... ., .t .

PlaintiffWILLIAM *"'South Flagler Aye. ;Pedal Pushers .. '- .. -..
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\ 2tp-June 29-July ,6ysed d'y rtrd.t T' qRt y. "
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enl5g .,. ; 'I' GnA'c (1rt
j+ D ". lJeck t'ants. . ,
NOTICE TO IIEPKXD ,39 inch rollaWSy 'bed
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO tAJ '... ,
WILLIAM EDWARD PEEL -it+ witH clean innerspring mat ttr.I"
2 tress, $14.50. Jerry's Furniture 'r ;

I VP Norfolk fid NAS, Virginia & Appliances Old Dixie Hwy., :
You are hereby notified that a 2 miles S. Korona. Phone 437- ONE GROUP COTTON DRESSES :, \ ,
suit has been filed against you
3752. June 294t
In you the are above hereby entitled required cause to; and me MISSY SIZES $ JH99 (Extra Special) '>;
your answer with the Clerk of Motel maid wanted. Apply at *;.
this thereof Court upon and the to serve plaintiff a copy or Pelican Beach Motel. Half ,

plaintiffs attorney, whose name mile south of Marineland on \ .....:
and address Is: A 1 A. Itc ,
Hwy. -
James H I .' ;
Tucker Esquire i i ;:.
1'. O. Box 398
Bunn lI. Florida FOR SALE-59' Chevrolet 2
not later than July 27 A D, door new paint. 59, Ford station
.
las7 .
wM you fall to do so, .Default wagon. Will sell separateor SWIM AOFF : : :.
be entered against you for both together. A bargain. ;
the relief demanded in the bill 5 i. .. "... .
of Call 4392196. Itc.
complaint The nature of said
suit being, fort ; ; ;:
DIVORCE Two Antique pistols, one 4 SUITS I
WITNB8a coy' hn and M1 '
aid I Court this Und day of June barrel, 1 pin fire; CBS Colum PU"v.
A. D. 19ftT. bia cabinet TV. 4392020. Itp "v
GEORGE M MOODY
Clerk of '
said Circuit Court
(Official,1 Seal) White plastic single bed head u
Sf Janice Murray boards, $3.95 and $6.95 each. "

June 29.J *utr July clerk 6, 13, 30, 4tc. Jerry's Furniture & Appliances '

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT .,of Old Korona.Dixie Ph.Hwy.4373752., 2 milesS. Itc I SUMMER HATS 500/0 OFF I S : "; ; .

- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER!' : FICTITIOUS NAME Antiques: China, glassware
'
In compliance with House Bill I f. :. ',
No 1175. Chapter 20953 buttons, and other collectibles. \
F'or'1da.. Acts of 1941 as amenS- Open daily 10:30 a. m. Sunday BOBBY BROOKS ,. ". : '
undersigned will .
,
register 1:30 m., Monday and "
with p.
the Clerk of the Circuit t
SurAll> and tor Flagler County Friday by appointment or by ] '
Reg. Now :
Florida upon receipt' of proof of chance. Elizabeth P. Smythe, $475 ;. :
publication of this notice the SPRAY COLOGNE
I to'lowlng fictitious name: Deen Road, Bunnell. Phone $3.00 ,.
Measles Motor Court, located 4373285. .
at !" J South A-l- Flagler .. .
Beach, Florida I under which '
(we) y'Jl' engage in the business TO WHOM IT MAY CON "
A Motor Court V4 CERN: I will not be responsible '
the undersigned (are) the only -
persons interested in said busi for any debts made by ;

ness Dated, at Bunnell, Florida, this Elaine Bennett, or by anyone I LADIES HOSE Reg.5 Now 89 Pro .
12 day of June A D. 1967. other than myself. I.
Rex Cramp Larry Bennett .
R
June 27, July 6, 1J Cramp, 20 6 tp-June 29Aug. 3.



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CHAFBL AMBULANCES:
NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE


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.." THURSDAY JUNE 29. 1967 ,50th>ANNIVERSARY EDITION THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE ,!:PAGE 39
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTMr BUNNELL HIGH'. FACULTY ... ..
r
, ,"'Ao.
: ." FLAGLER THR CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT, FLORIDA FOR- MEMBERS TAKE SPECIAL 1 C '
. C 14 0 G. C. Own "BAR.O.QUED"CHICKEN

; ROBERT ACTION No. 141 TRAINING COURSE
C. HILL, OecwINC.,
Plaintiff...*' A Special Training Instituteon
GLENNA HILL, Psycological Sociological

Defendant NOTICE OF SUIT Problems of School Desegregation
", TO: GLENNA HILL is underway at Be-
Present addrnss unknown. thune-Cookman College, 'authorized $j
Last known address: .
1523 East 6th Street under Title IV of the each 9S

YOU R'M1j'iE New York.NOTIFIED Civil Rights Act of 1964.
that an action for divorce
has been filed against you and Sixty participants including

of you your are written defenses.to serve a copy. Board of Education members,

to it on LAWRENCE} W. BORN. superintendents, supervisors U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
Attorney for Plaintiff whose address principals and teachers from
Is 412 North Halifax Ave
nue P. O. Box 5217, Daytona nine Florida counties are attending
Beach Florida, and file the original -
the six week confer. '
'
with the Clerk of the above- ROAST 49'ib.
; Ib.
styled Court on or before the ence. I
17th day of July 198T. otherwise I4x:
a Judgment be entered
may Hilton Beasley and Mary
.
against you for the relief demanded "
tition. In the Complaint or Pe- Ann Beasley, Bunnell High U. S. D. A. Choice I I
School faculty members are
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court on this 8th attending the conference.
day of June 1181.GEORGE .
M. MOODY The program's objectives CHUCK STEAK 59
aa Clerk of said Court
;
(Court Seal) listed by Dr Joseph H. Taylor, :: .
'aQeorl'e M. Moody director of the Institute are: .
June 16. 22. 29.. July 6.;.4to .' JP ,
1) To develop attitudes of c ''
positive beliefs in the ability U. S. D. A. Choice 'fu'
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
of all children to learn and to

IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT FOR raise their levels of !aspira < ,
DA.FLAOLKH COUNTY. FLORI tion; 2) to provide education. RIB STEAKS / : lb1 79

CIVIL ACTION NO. .... al leadership with the infor ;',::, :

LELAND RO13BS.Plaintiff, matron Insights, and skills \ .I '
necessary to solve the human

GLORIA ROBBSDefendant.. relationship problems incident .
AMENDED NOTICE! OF SUIT. to school desegregation; Lean Western "BOSTON BUTT" Lyke's "Sugar Creek"FRANKS
NO PROPERTY 3) To bring about an intelli 1 .
To GLORIA: ROBBS gent appreciation of changing PORK ROAST

207 Elm Street, patterns in race relations In .
Ithaca. New York. "'
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED the United States; and 4) To Ib. 12 oz. '
that an action for divorce discuss ways and means of 53C : Pkg.Copeland's 39ft
has been filed against you the \ "
,
Defendant, and you are requiredto assisting in the solution of
serve a copy of your written social problems posed by de.
'.' defenses If any to It. on the
Plaintiffs and address attorney Is: whose name segregation. SMOKED (4.6 lb. Avg.) SLICED FREE
,
WILLIAM W. JUDGE Participants were selectedon ,
115 South Palmetto Avenue the ,basis of their '
Florida 32014 ability
Daytona Beach
and file the original with the to benefit from the programof
Clerk or of before the above the 24th.tyled day Courton of the Institute and their will. PICNICS lbM 41

July A.D. 1987. otherwise a ingness to provide leadershipin
judgment may be relief d solving human relationship
.. against you for the demanded -
.
in the Complaint or Petition problems occasioned by school

., \ ,"I. WITNESS. my hand. and the desegregation.50th Lean Meaty

day seal of of June.said A.D.Court 1961.GEORGE on M.. the MOODY 16th ANNIVERSARY I WESTERN SPARE RIBS Lb.,.......,.._,..,....,,"'.'."m 5ge I

Circuit Court of
Clerk.
Flagler County, FloridaBy GOLF TOURNAMENT
/s/ Janice Murray Showboat No. 300 Can
As Deputy Clerk PLANS ANNOUNCED
June%, 29, July i. 13-4tc. PORK Each
As part of Flagler County's AND BEANS fOe CRISCO OIL

:\ I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration '

.' TIDE CIRCUIT COURT EV- a two day, 36-hole mens Kraft 18 oz. Bottle

ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF golf tournament will be held BAR-B-Q Each 24 oz.
FLORIDA.FLAGLBR: COUNTY.IN AND FORJ on July 1 and 2. The tournament SAUCE 3ge Bottle 3?

V, ; CASH NO. 134 DIV. A will be restricted to residents .
LUERANA Plaintiff.HALL, of Flagler County. Bush Bavarian Plus Deposit(6Pak

I' 'rf VS. 1 with $5.00 or more food order
,," < W T lULL Tournament play will be BEER ( : 8geLimit

.Ji.. ;, NOTICE Defendant OF SUIT held'on' Flagler County's new 12 oz. Btls, Ea.
TO: W. T. HALL golf course, Ocean Palms
whose unknown residence and address Country Club, on South A1A. Jolli-Pao Giant Twin Pack

YOU are ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Bud Brooks, resident Pro of POTATO Each DELITE
that an action for divorce the club, will assist Chairman CHIPS 3ge
and
has been filed against you
you are required to serve a copy Walter Morris in setting up OLEO
of your written defenses If any flights and tee-off times for CHARCOAL 20 lb. Bag
t to it on Rob't H. Matthews, Attorney
for Plaintiff whose address the two-day tournament. Each
Is P. O. Box 1495. 109 Professional BRIQUETS 8ge
J Building New Smyrna Announcement of registra Ibs.
Beach, Florida, and file the original 6 $100
with the Clerk of the above tion fee and other Informationwill (in Solids)
styled court on or before the be forthcoming next
10th day of July. 1867; otherwisea FOLGER'SCOFFEE
Judgment may be entered week. In the meantime, any
aganst you for the relief demanded interested golfer in the County
In the Complaint contact the Chairmanfor
can
and the
WITNESS my hand FROZEN FOODS
seal of said court on the Hit additional data. -
day of 1sntEDi1tU( ODY According to the Chairman,

Clerk of the Circuit over thirty active golfers live I Ib. 47c Ore Ida 2 lb. Pkg.
Court Bunnell. Flagler in the County now and it Is Tin

County Janice FloridaBy Murray hoped that several more po FRENCH FRIES Ea. 39C
Deputy Clerk tential golfers will help out Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
June I, 4te.
In making this tournament a
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT success. In case a few golfers Howard Johnson' 17 oz. Pkg. 0

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PACE 40 THE FLAGLElt TRIBUNE 50th ANNIVERSARY EDITION THURSDAY JUNE29A1967: '

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FLAGLER BEACH PUBLIC ON DEAN'S LIST \

LIBRARY NEWSA Florida State University announces Would YauBELIEVE

LOCALS the Dean's list of the
plaque in memory of Mrs.
highest-ranking undergraduate
Florence Soule, donor of num
students during Trimester ; it Happened in Flagler ...
erous classics, has been placed
IL County 20. 30 40 years ago
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Allen Mickey Atkinson attended in the Flagler Beach Libja- '
Steflik daughterof
Mechele ,
have as their houseguests, Ray Graves Sports Camp In ry.,The plaque was presentedby Mr. and Mrs. Mike Steflik, 7
Mrs. Reginald Miller and Jacksonville last week. Mrs. Frank 'Brede, second the
Flagler,Beach, was among 1927
daughter Linda, Mrs. Zelda vice president, Flagler Worn.'an's students named to the dean's Beach had planned
Peters and Denise Walls of Boyce' Atkinson is visitingin Flagler
Club. list.
Green Castle, Pa. Mrs. Miller Bradenton with his grand. a fitting, celebration in ob.,
Other books recently addedto of Independence Day,
will be remembered as the mother, Mrs. Elsie Westcott.Mr. servance
STATIONED IN
former Dora Catherine Mourer. !the library's collection In. July 4. Entertainment fea

clude "Blow Negative" by Ed. PHILIPPINE ISLANDS tures would Include foot races?
and Mrs. Clifford Hlg- ward Stephens, a paperback; sack and potato races, horse
ginbotham and daughters 'The Fish In My Life" and Airman Second Class JamesM.
racing, mule races, a bathing
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cook, St.
spent last weekend in Tampa "Does It Always Rain Here" Brown is now stationed at beauty contest 'and a flag
Augustine, spent the weekend .
atUhelr Flagler Beach home. visiting with her parents, by Murray Hoyt; "Mary Celeste" Clark AFB, Philippines.. Jim, drill.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris E. Stults. by Charles Edey Fay and Mrs. ,
Their son 2nd Lt. David Cook, ; son of Mr. Averly (:) -
U.'S. Marines, Pensacola, joined "The Detective" by Roderick Brown, surprised his parents A turtle egg hunt which
Former Bunnellltes Leonard 'Thorpe and "All In The Fam
with a phone call Saturday
them for the weekend. was enjoyed by Bunnell and
,, > \< and Day Moody and ily" by Edwin O'Connor.ON from the Islands. Flagler Beach citizens was

:. Dr's and Mrs. Larry Carroll daughter, Lee of Alexandria, His address is A2C JamesM. one of the pleasant events of
Va., and Bo and Inez Manuel MEDITERRANEAN TOUR
Brown Box 106 1st Mob.
and children, Kathy, Marie ; the weekend. Those partici
'and and Mikeof
sons Stephen '
and Larry, Jr. of Hillsborough, Dunnellon, are enjoying a William C. Cauley, U. S. Comm. Sp.; San Francisco pating being Mr. and 'Mrs. T.
N..C.{,were recent houseguests two weeks vacation' campingand Navy, is an englneman aboard Calif. 96274.HOLIDAY E. Holden, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
of11,Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fruits, sightseeing, enroute to the USS Agile, on a tour of Jones, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sullivan .
in the Mediterranean. HOUSEGUESTS Miss Alta Jane Holden,
Flagler Beach. the 1967 Expo in Canada.Dr. duty ,
\'%$ Billy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mrs. Lillard White returned Boyce Rauleson, James O'Dell

'1 "'i:Sue Broadaway returned and Mrs. Richard Adams Cauley, Bunnell, Celebratedhis home Monday from a week'svisit and James' Camp from Bunnell
21st June 2 and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
home last Thursday from a birthday ,
and son Ritchie are visiting in Englewood, TenruWhile
weeks visit in Warner Robbins with her mother, Mrs. Jennie aboard ship. there she attended. the Marks and Mr. and Mrs. R. A.

Ga. with her cousin, Newell, 164 Palmetto, Flag. His address is: William C. wedding of her niece, Miss Dunty of Fagler Beach.
Sharon Broadaway. ler Beach. Cauley ENFN, UBS Agile MSO Dorothy Kinser. She was ac- (I)
421, FPO New York 09501. companied home by her niece, Mr. and Mrs. J.. W. Mai-

Russell and Wlnnell Impro-- Gene and Frances Bowers Debbie White, Knoxville, phurs and family attended /
ta and sons Rusty and Dudleyof visited her father, H. Grady HOME ON'LEAVE ,Tenn., who will visit here sev the ,ball game ,in Seville

Birmingham, Ala., visited Lee, at the Lake City Veterans eral weeks. Other houseguestsof Thursday afternoon. Miss
RD 2
Bebe US.
Moody, Navy,
here this week with friends. Hospital Friday. Mr. Lee is the Whites are Mr. and Pearl spending the week
i reported improving and his Norfolk, Va. arrived Sunday Mrs. Roland Branch and with friends there.

I Sandra Scott and Gwen room number is 202, Ward 2 night to spend a 12 day leave daughter, Tammie, Knoxville, (:)
North. with relatives. Tenn. Charles Sedessle spent Sun.
King spent the weekend at
day with Mr. and Mrs. John
'.Men-lit Island as the guests of Bebe is the son of Mrs. Mar
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cook and LEAVE FOR SCHOOL Buckles and family.
., Bill and Sally Gl1ssendorf.if garet Moody, Flagler Beach
i \ y, daughters Tract and Lisa, and George M. Moody, Flag-
Daytona Beach visited here Julie Wllklns, Catherine BEACH METHODIST
1 : ler Beach.
and Mrs. Size.
| Bobby
,
Sunday with his parents, Bob Stanish and Sandra Scott HOMECOMINGThe
more and family are vacatinning
this week in Balsam, and Evelyn Cook. FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB leave July 5 for Cocoa where

N. C. they will enter Cape Kennedy First Methodist Churchof
Bill and Lora Bowers and The Flagler Woman's Club Flagler Beach will hold
family of Baxley Ga. arrived will operate a concsssion July Technical College.ATTENDING homecoming worship serviceat
Mr, and Mrs. George Clegg
and children are visiting in Saturday for a two weeks visIt 4. The booth will be north of 10 a. m. Sunday, with Reverend .
CAMP
here with the fishing and will be
with her relatives and pier Reynold N. Hoover,
SturgiS, Ky. parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Eberley Davis. friends. open all day.Homemade. Susie Peterson, Faye Hutch. preaching.

'i. : ,baked goods eson and Jeanne Hlgginboth- Dinner will follow at 11:30'a.
1
I* } H
4 Zach and Mary Ke us Hol George and Virginia Moody hot dogs and drinks will be am are attending the Twirl. m. Reverend Hoover pas. '

: land returned home last week have.as their hquseguests, Mr. available. Proceeds will be O-Rama Camp in Oxford, Fla., tor, is Just returning from a

l I .from a camping trip to Lin' and Mrs. JImjS Beaver and ,: used, loth, club project % Monday .thru Friday.: vacation tour In Europe. ,
'daughters Teresa
r.1 and Dianeof
,
vllle, Falls, N. C. They also Cincinnati w--- 1
Ohio.
s visited in Athens, Ga. with
'}' their son and daughter in law,
Lori and Diane
, Grant and Margaret Holland Gignac,
Boca Raton, arrived Thursday
?V and son Vince.
if v to spend a week here visiting ANNOUNCING
with their
grandparents, Bob
$ Robert Simmons, Palatka,
and
Cook.
Evelyn
*'*visiting\ here with his sister -
Mrs.. A. F.: Tucker, Deen
FINESSE BRIDGE CLUB
l'Road.. '

Mrs. Mary Gurnee was high

, Mrs. R. A. Castleman, Jr. scorer when the Finesse t ,>
", and daughter Patsy, Nashville Bridge Club met Thursday OPENINGOPENING
:": Tenn. arrived Friday for evening at the home of Mrs.
several days visit with her Bette McDaniel. Second high

I mother Mrs. C. W. Duncan, was Mrs. Mary Broadaway. ,
\ 'Massie Motor Court, Flagler
i Beach. A.. F. TUCKER ( THURSDAY, JUNE 29))

FAMILY REUNION

Miss Minnie Duncan, Flag.
ler Beach has as her house. Members of the A. F. Tucker

guests, Mr. and Mrs. Paul family gathered at the homeof
Hendershot and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.Gilbert Tuck.
Roland Martin and children er in Cocoa Saturday for a get JIFFY FOOD

of Pine Mountain Valley, Ga. together.
and Tommy Whittington of Those from Bunnell attend.
Atlanta, Ga. ing were Mrs. A. F. Tucker,
Elbert Tucker, Mr. and Mrs.

Robin, Rita and Rhonda Leslie Tucker and family and
Pelllcer returned home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Tucker

from Forest Park, Ga. and daughters.

*. after a week visit with their STOREt.
uncle and aunt, Moses and ATTEND OPEN HOUSE

Joann Atkinson. Their mother, Mrs. L. L. Brannam and Mr. 'S

Mrs. Hubert Pellicer, and and :Mrs. Frank Brede attend. "
grandmother Mrs. Mattie Pelt ed Open House of the new .. '. .
llcer, drove up Saturday to headquarters building of the I
accomany them home. Spaceport Area Tuberculosisand
Respiratory Disease Assn. FLAGLER BEACH f'

in Daytona Beach Sunday .- ..

I j BUNNELLTHEATRE afternoon.Mrs.. Brannam. and Mrs.

: Brede serve on the Board of
t Trustees of the tri-county as. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK :: ;.

sedation,
l'Thursday & Friday

"What Did You Do In '
the War Daddy"Starring ANNIVERSARYCELEBRATION 7 A. M. TO II I I P. M. >

.
.,
,
-'
,
I
Tony and Mildred Kahlert
James Sergio Cobum Fontonl.Dtek Akto Shown Ray celebrated their wedding anniversary '

'and both of their FAST FRIENDLY SERVICE :
la Color and birthday anniversaries with a

&IIavi.ien luncheon and swim party Saturday .
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at their home.

Saturday and Sunday Twenty-three invited guests MANAGER, Gus Goodman, Flagler Beach '
DOUBLE FEATURE enjoyed the gala occasion \
"AFTER THE FOX" with the boat ASST. MANAGER, Ed Filkin., Flagler Beach

-"--
..... Beat" It ha* been finally proven,
(We Will
'.... .k.the 1ui a few million time, that It te Appreciate Your Business)

tout ....d JQrssr harder to keep one's mouth
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JUNE 29. 1967 50th ANNIVERSARY EDITION THE FLAGLE3 TRIBUNE PAGE 41 i


H. M. REYNOLDS M. J. Canakaris .

RESIGNS AS BHS
Quantity RightsReserved
COACH Passed Away WE GIVE '

Howard M. Reynolds, assistant METTS *. OOd'

principal head, athletic football director Thursday Eve. TOP Price
and
Thurs., Fri., Sat.
Bunnell High School
coach of Michael John Canakaris, 83, VALUE and Monday,
his
resignationto
has submitted passed away Thursday afternoon .
the board of education and at Bunnell General Hos SUPER MARKET I June 29, 30, July
has accepted a position with pital. 1 and 3, 1967
of Kentucky In STAMPS
University
the Cooperative Extension Born In Greece, he came to 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201
their the United States In 1910. He
J, Service. moved to Bunnell nine years
"It Is with deep regret that
ago from Detroit
Mich. He
scholastic
Bunnell and
I coaching.leave However, I feel thatI was member a retired of the machinist International, a Armour (All Meat) Armour Star Lean MeatySPARE
owe it to my family to take
Organization
of
opportunity to advance Machinistand WIERNERSSMOKED /. ,
this a member of the Greek RIBS
professionally, Reynolds said. Orthodox Church of Daytona

successful Reynolds leaves coaching a highly career Beach. Z 12 oz. 89cs or Whole, 5ge Lb. 5ge
Funeral
with a lifetime record of 163 services were heldat Pkgs. Lb.
wins and 37 losses in basketball the Greek Orthodox ChurchIn
Waterloo, Iowa Monday,
and a football record of
32104. Prior to accepting the June Waterloo.He 26.., Interment was in Lean Meaty Armour Star World's Best
football Job at Bunnell, he PORK CHUCKSTEAK GROUNDSTEAK
held the longest unbeaten is survived by'a daughter
string, in both sports in the Mrs. Mary Alexon,Detroit, BEEFLb.
state of Kentucky. His basketball Mich.; a son, Dr. John M. Ca. '
team had won 43 and lost nakaris, Bunnell and four Lb. Lb. 9ge"
5ge Z
.
none during his last two years grandchildren.Craig 5ge ,
while his football teams had Funeral Home of Bun-
gone unbeaten in 23 straight nell was in charge of local ar
games. rangements. Lean Juicy Fla. Grade "A" Family BEEFSHORTRIBS
Coach Reynolds will remainin BRISKETSTEW Pkg. Cut-up
Bunnell until the end of CLASSES RESUMEAT
the summer program. He will FRYERS5Lb.
MARY KARL
his duties
assume new on Lb.
August L Coach Reynolds, his Eleven occupational pro- Lb. $179 45e
wife and son will then make grams will resume classes 3ge
their home ln> Danville; Ken July 12 at the Mary Karl vocational
tucky. division of DBJC.

Returning students report to
HOME COMING their regular laboratory sta 'FLORIDA GRADE "A" KRAFT 32 oz.

FOR CATHOLICS tions.enroll New are students to contact planningto the MEDIUM MIRACLE WHIP.

BEING PLANNEDThe vocational counselor any day
between 8:30 a.m. and 3.30 EGGS
Catholic churches in p.m. to pre.register. Qt.
Flagler County, St. Marys, St.
49
set to are
Programs re-open Jar
Stephens and the Flagler airconditioning, auto mechanics ,
Beach Chapel, will have a. business education, 3 Doz. 99 I
joint homecoming celebration typing, shorthand, bookkeep. Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or
: Sunday, July 2. ing and related courses, com Limit (3)) Dozen Please more food order
There will be a covered dish mercial landscaping, drafting,
dinner: at St. Marys Church, gasoline engine mechanics,
Korona at 11:30 a. m. and millworklng, photography,
everyone Is invited.WOUNDED printing and watch repair. FLO CANE KRAFT (18 oz.)
.. ,
'"t' BARBECUE .
IN .
-
COURTHOUSE OFFICES

VIETNAMFred CLOSED JULY 3-4 SUGAR SAUCE

Tucker, grandson of
All offices in the courthouse

and Mrs.son A. of F.Mr.Tucker and Mrs.Bunnell Gilbert will be closed 3.4 Monday in observe and 5 Lb.47 P 18 oz.Jars.
Tuesday, July
Cocoa, was
Tucker, the ance of the county's fiftieth 3 uJ0
wounded in action with
US Marine Corps in Vietnam.He anniversary.The Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or
is receiving treatmentfor Board of County Commissioners more food order Limit (3) Jars Please
meeting, scheduled I
the leg injuory In a hose
pital in Hawaii and will be .for Monday, July 3, has
,transferred to the United been postponed until Wednesday
States for medical treatment. July 5. at 9:00 a. m. EVERFRESH CHICKEN OF THE SEA

TWIN PKG. LIGHT CHUNKPOTATO

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR .


50TH ANNIVERSARYThe CHIPS. TUNA


The Flagler County Fiftieth Anniversary committee ap. Twin 3 Cans 89
'annlversary 49
proved a schedule of events for the forthcoming Pkg.
of Flagler County, July 1-4, at Monday nights meet' Limit ((3) Cans Please

Ing, according to John A. Clegg, chairman.The .
following events are scheduled for the four day semi.

centennial celebration: SATURDAY Produce Frozen Foods Dairy Items '


7:30 A. M.-Two Day Golf Tournament (1st AirportSponsoredby day) Golden Yellow ALL FLAVORS KRAFT FRESH
11:00 AM.200 P.M. Barbeque at Bunnell .
Cattlemen's Association, ICE
Flagler BANANAS lOc ORANGEJUICE
2:00 PM.400 P.M. Air & Stunt Show at Bunnell ,Airport. ,......

8:30 P.M..12:30: A.M. Old Timers Dance at Idlewood Bu nell Club.AirportHangerSponsored Yellow (Cooking) MILK
Country Club and
by
during Old Timers ONIONS, 1/2 GALLON
held
9:30 P.M. Beard Judging Contest to be 3 Lb. Bag.......... 33.... Vz GALLON

Dance. 59c ...
SUNDAY Fresh Crisp 4ge
at All Flagler County CELERY :'
Homecoming CORN KING
11:00 AM.1200 Noon -
: Stalk................... 150 I BORDEN'S

12:00-1:30 Churches.P.M. Dinner on Church grounds.; U. S. No. 1POTATOES FRYERPARTS FLAVOR
(2nd day)
1:30 P. M-COlf Tournament ,
at
2:00: PM.400 P.M. Air Review and Parachute' Jumping 10 Lb. Bag.......... 49.

Bunnell Airport. MONDAYAll Cello BagCARROTS (Asst.) DRINKS

at Flagter Beach. Lb. Box $ 79 Gal. $<*00Plastic
Ding Tournament 5 ( 3
Day ,- Recreation 4: 2 Lb. Pkg........... 290 : JL
(No sdseduld e\fItftU.)

'5:00 1: U.s.PX..7ao 1 Spc P.M.GNd_ PW1 bJ Untie J'IIy 'at 11mb Rayoal
: iltorleal Pant
I 7I.tler
8:4b PX..lOO P.M. -
I TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS
Stadium. TOMMY With Purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of

All Day Beach Activities: Youth CoMsifs, PWsngirwnt. 'J'wrM." $2.00 or more Com tk* Kraft Voiv.eta 2 Lb. ((2) Pan lUady Ctsttip

or D.ntal Suppttt Ch Me Spread Fry rs
Aqb.
W.mat
W PM. JeautY> 0DnteJIt by IT'.d 11P Coin V.M After C....M Void After C. tpofli Void After
__ P.M. r ft ..'" at J'IaIIer' Pdt PW lMa, July 3, 1M7 .hIIy J, IMT .htIr 3, 1M7THURSDAY. ,
.....
Gl fttPr
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10:00 P.M. Teert Dance at J'1qIer..>l.. City :a.er114Mft >1.11.



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PAGE 42 THE FLAGLER .

, : Methodist CAP DEMONSTRATION Barbecue Sat. HOSPITAL NOTES,
Bunnell
Beach 1st I Baptists "
J \' SUNDAY AFTERNOONCivil ADMITTED: Frank Bloom,

Church Observes By Flagler Johnnie Mae Allen, M. J. Ca-
s Air Patrol functionswill
Have Special nakaris, Richard Cantrell, Peggy .
be demonstrated by
50th AnniversaryThe Group 6 C. A. P. at the Bun. CattlemenA Worley, and Robert Worley,
; Music Program nell Airport Sunday after.noon. all of Bunnell! Judy Dunson,

a Rev. Oliver F. Taylor, Interest has been expressed special event of the An. Flagler Beach; Mildred Cleary,
: Reverend Max Hall, pastor pastor of the First Methodist In the formation of a niversary activities will be a Ormond; Louise Falter, Bald-
; of First Baptist Church of Church of Bunnell, said the Flagler County Squadron and barbeque sponsored by the
Flagler Beach stated that In topic of his sermon at the Cadet Squadron. Flagler Cattlemen's Associa winsvllle, N. J. Will-
Charles
addition to the Homecoming eleven o'clock Sunday morn Merritt H. Powell, well tion. The barbeque will be DISMISSED:
Service at 11 a. m. on Sunday, ing worship service will be known In Flagler County, Js staged at the Bunnell Airporton lams, Jesse Rice, Helen Nolte,
..: his church would have a spec. "People and Potatoes, Cabbage Squadron Commander of the the Flagler Beach highway Kedrick Cody, Jack Abbott,
: l music program on Sunday and Kings". Daytona Beach C. A. P. and from 11:00 a. m. to 2 p. m. Jack Kersey, Beulah Allen,
Judson Stryker Is will be present to discuss the is Jack Davis, Joan Parrish,
evening. said the Lyman Gage, president
Rev. Taylor spec Marie'Allen
Sanders Rose
choir director. The Beach Baptist about our relation. units activities.The supervising the affair and Gardner ,
ial sermon Allen
Mae
Johnnie
,
"I Church will also enjoy ship to God as we live In this C A. P. is a voluntary says it will be Just like Crack. Cecil 'Thacker
,
the grounds after and official auxiliary Peggy Worley;
.t dinner on county will be given and we, auxiliary er Day barbeques. There will and
therinorning worship service. as the other churches, will of the US Air Force. Its missions be a nominal charge which Louise Falter' Sophronla
Joiner.
have dinner on the grounds are dual: Search and will merely defray the cost of
I : To service. rescue of downed aircraft and food and supplies.
i : Rev. Pinner following: the worship ARRIVES FOR VISIT
training boys and girls In fly
: The Methodist Church, established Louis M. Stefllk, chairmanof
in 1909. was the ing and aviation subjects.All Board of County Commissioners Major and Mrs. Robert L.
Speak to Baptists first church to be" organizedin Flagler county residents, will be in charge of a Shaw arrived Tuesday from
f' the early development of male and female, 13 years special "Old Timers" program Hawaii for a ten day visit
Members of the First Baptist Bunnell, It was located on the and over are Invited to stop which will be a feature dur here with his parents, Colonel
Church of Bunnell plan corner of Lambert Avenue and v1s1t.FLACLER. ing the barbeque. He will be and Mrs. Leland B. Shaw,
,,' J a big day with worship and and Church street The new assisted by M. B. Fuller In'introducing Lake Diston.
t : fellowship on July 2nd as part sanctuary is located on adjoining BEACH YOUTH visiting dignitaries, Major Shaw will report to
M', .. of the Flagler Fiftieth Anni lots at the corner of RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP some of the older residents,, Fort Gordon, Ga., for temporary .

: versary. Lambert Avenue and Pine 1967 DBJC graduate, JesseH. original office holders of 1917 schooling, before departing
f The Reverend Tom Pinner, street. The old sanctuary and McKnight III, Flagler and hold the drawing for the for assignment with
a former pastor will speak at parsonage Is presently being Beach, recently received an wlnnr of the "Special Permit" the U.S. Army Infantry In
the morning worship service. used as the educational build $800 award from the Southern prize. Vietnam.
f Rev. Pinner Is now pastor of ing. Plans are underway for t Research, Foundation Inc.
First Baptist Church of Hia- the construction of the new Called the Raymond A. McCarthy
': leah. educational facility on the Memorial Scholarship,
I' Also, returning for the celebration site of the original church McKnight will use the grantto Flagler County Insurance
Is ithe Reverend JohnM. building.Rev. continue his education at

Dickson, a former pastor Taylor said "Let us all FSU.
who will assist In the morn- Inc.,
remember that the worship of He was on the Pean's ListfCYl' Agency
i service .Rev. Dickson Is ,
Ing his last'three
God should be foremost in semestersat
of Florida
now Chaplain the lives of his people, and we DBJC and earned 'a 4.0 (A)
All Forms of Insurance
In Okeechobee.
.School for Boys should assemble on this day grade average during the

will to give our thanks unto God spring semester. Also a memo 105 North Bay Street .:. Phone 4373171Bunnell
Dinner on the grounds
for our many blessings in life. ber of Phi Theta Kappa, Rational
,, follow the morning worship All members and friends of Junior College Honorary Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY
service. Arrangements are being
the church are Invited to join Society and won honorsin
handled by the deacons English and German while BONDS
with us In observing the 50th
and their wives. Jack Hosford
Anniversary of Flagler Coun a student at DBJC.
Is chairman of deacons. Many "
former members are expected ty. f.. I "

"i to return to enjoy the home :
CARD OF THANKSThe :"
coming. : .
family of' Bradford A. ;,rl.. J ,' ..
LOCAL MERCHANT Bowen wish Ito their \ "
express ttl.
:J.:1tiI.w
'I irrigatefor _
WINS TRIP heartfelt gratitude to the doc> !, ; {;'I f\ 'V r

Levi I.. Brannam, owner of tors and staff-of Bunnell Gen \,': .; r ."" .t I I,; l
Brannam's Food Market has eral Hospital for their fine .> .... .
won an all expense paid tripto care and attention to Mr. ..!. : ', profit. ')
California, as a result of Bowen, and to all the friends :; ,w ; .
participating In the recent and neighbors for their visLti'and

'. IGA "Favorite Boy Contest". kind expressions of sym "
Mr. Brannam, Dan Zimmerle pathy In our time of sorrow. ) electrically!

winner of the local contest, May God bless every one of
James Alan Brannam left you.
Monday via jet for the trip. Mrs. Katherine BowenWHERE

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For farms and groves, an electric irrigation

system will increase higher-quality yields.

.It's a profit-making, labor-saving produc: .' .

,ii.\; :tion tool that's right as rain 00 and much ... (

more dependable. Turns water on and off

,.
automatically.An .
do Juicy, tender pork chops come from Ask any
working on a swine project and he'll tell you that T electric motor gives year after year of Q' p
they come from the back of the hog. What's more, the hog pro- .' efficient trouble-free service. Simple
vides three kinds of chops: loin, rib and shoulder. He knows that pump
pork chops from properly fed hogs today have less fat and there- control with a time clock or float switch.

fore fewer calories than ever before. c ( See your equipment dealer or contact us.THERE'S .
But that's not all In a swI"p breeding project, he learns about "
breed selection, housing and approved sanitation and health.If sJ' i'.
he has a marketing project he keeps up with latest information
on feeding, weight gain, and supply and demand for live hogs.In .
between he finds time for showing, demonstrating approved NO MATCH FOR

practices, and judging lals and meats. FLAMELESS ELECTRIC. .
Stores of 4-H farm youth enrolled In the national 4-H Swine ......................... .

program get instruction in animal sciences such as anatomy, a IT'S CHEAPER, TOO
bacteriology, genetics and physiology. County extension agents
and heal 4-H leaders guide the young farmers in specific project
areas, and coach them In management and record keeping. They
alto explore careers both on and off the farm. r '" ." / ,FLORIDA t POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY
In addition to using this knowledge, the youngsters are encouraged .4 ,,' r
and for awards the : HOPING BUILD FLORIDA .
to do their best try provided by program "
Moorman Mfg. Co. "
sponsor > III
The award include six $500 scholarship for national winners >" : .- t
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chosen from all the state award winners who receive expense. : .
paid trip to the National 4.H Club Congress Chicago. A* many :' ". )". -:.... i. -. "':
a* four members per county can earn geld-Mled medala for .... *.\' ti \ ,( .;It .

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DEADLINE NEAR AIRMAN JOE BRUCE THIEVES LOOT 1967-63 FISHING LICENSE
DIES IN GEORGIAMrs.

FOR BOAT GRADUATES WITH FLAGLER BEACH NOW AVAILABLE
Fred H. League, 76,
HONORS Flagler: sportsmen are being
REGISTRATIONConservation RESIDENCEThieves mother of Mrs. Lee Bourne,
Airman Third Class Joseph urged to avoid the rush and
Director Randolph Flagler Beach, died suddenly
N Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. entered the William buy their fishing licensesnow.

Hodges reminded owners Joseph T. Bruce of 301 Con Barto home, North Flagler The new 1967.68 fishing Wednesday, June 21 at Mag-

of pleasure boats that the necticut Ave., Flagler Beach, Beach, sometime between license are available at ,the nolia Manor, Americus, Ga.

deadline for renewing the has been graduated, with honors June 1 and June 13, and,took Born in Augusta Ga. she
registration of their craft Is from the U.S. AhForce County Judge's office and au had resided In Florida several
valuable Items. The
technical training school at many thorized sub-agents. years, and since her husband's
June 30 1967. Boat owners Keesler AFB, Miss. owners were ,visiting in Mexico According to W. T. Mc. death in 1958, she had made

must reregister their boats He completed the course for at the time the theft oc Broom, chairman Game and her home with the Bournes.

with the county tax collector U. S. Air Force radio operators curred. Fresh Water Fish Commission For she was ac-
many years
before this date. the new 1967.68 licenseis
conducted by the Air TrainIng the tive in the DAR, Daughters of
Articles ,
missing from until June 30.
June 30th Is also the dead. Command not required
which
provides
1812 and Gold Star Mothers.
home Include a Royal portable
for renewal of wholesaleand McBroom said "Buying a
line technical
and specialized education
Samsonlte She was a member or the First
typewriter,
retail seafood dealers license now may prevent embarrassment
programs for the nation's B & L binoculars Methodist Church of Flagler
licenses and commercial boat aerospace firce. overnight vanity, at a later date
Beach.
licenses. These licenses are He Is being reassigned to Timex watch cameo when a sportsman may decideon
obtained from the License De. Shaw cuff links, (assorted jewelryand a sudden trip and find he Graveside services were held
AFB S. C, as a memberof '
a quantity of liquor. Friday June 23 at Westvlew f
partment of the Florida Boardof the Tactical Air Command. has no license. ,
in
Cemetery Atlanta Ga.
Conservation, 107 West Airman
Bruce was graduated
Gaines' Street, Tallahassee from Bunnell High CAUTION IN SCHOOL JOHN GELLER HOME She Is survived by two

Florida. 32304. School. ZONES REQUESTED FROM HOSPITALJohn daughters, Mis. Bourne Flag
-- ler Beach; Mrs. Robert H. <

Motorists are requested to Geller was released Clark, East Point, Ga.; one .

exercise caution when drivingin from Halifax Hospital in Daytona brother Charles W. Davis,

BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENSFREE the school zones while the Beach Monday.The form. North Augusta S. C. and six' ,
er Bunnell youth, received grandchildren.
summer program is in session massive head injuries and a

ESTIMATES Supt. Coy Harris said to collapsed lung, when his bicycle P. E.' GRIFFIN

CUSTOM BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS day. Incidents of reckless was struck by a car
driving have been reportedand March 21 in Daytona. DIES IN JAXP.

BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE FIXTURES to insure the chlldrens John has remained in a
E. Griffin 64
passed
Laminated Plastic-Fine Hardwoods safety the request is being semiconscious state since the
made Harris said. accident occured three months away Thursday, June 22. In

Now Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Areas, 484 students are enrolled in Jacksonville after a lengthy
ago.His
50 Mile Radius academic and recreation parents, Mr. and Mrs. illness.
School Fred Geller ask that his
classes. Bunnell High is
He survived by his wife,
Call Collect has 318 participating in the friends come to' visit him at
437.3513 Beulah; two step daughters,
Carver their 17 S. Oleander
and
summer program home
Mrs Barbara
Cody, Bunnell;
Junior High has 166 enrolled. Ave., Daytona Beach. Mrs. Betty Hardin, Macclenny.

Services were held Saturdayat

10:30 a. m. at Hardage and

Sons Funeral home in Jack-

sonville. Interment was at

t Eastlawn Cemetery. ,

Mr. and Mrs. avid Lewis t"

a Clyde Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. T.
SA K. McKnight and Mr. and

Mrs. Dick Cody attended the

funeral services.
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d LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

". JlF-C\UEST FOR nlU
The Flagler County Hoard of
A Y Public Instruction will receive
I : .1 j sealed bids up to 10:00 am. July
; 11, 1967 on the following:
Maintenance of typewriters. adding -
machines and calculator
Manual and electric.
V> '
Bread delivered In quantities .
to meet the requirement of each
school cafeteria.
Petroleum products for use In
the school buses, public owned
vehicles and school plants
: I* P. Oas for use at various
schools and cafeterias
Milk In one-half pints delivered
1 1 in quantities to meet the
dally requirements of each ca-
t feteria.
Specifications I may be obtainedat
: the office of, the County superintendent
of Public Instruction -
, County Courthouse, I'. O.
Box 755, BunnelJ. Florida. \'
Harold Emery, Chairman
f. t' Board of Public Instruction
,Flagler County
ATTEST: i
Coy O Harris. Jr.. Secretary ,.
Board of Public Instruction A
Flagler County ,I
s : :, June 29, July 8, 2tc. i
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., ; NOTICE(01' I\ml'JTINU l'OlT-!!

i.' S. ; 4ir: ,1'. The meeting of the FUgler
County Board of Public Instruction
'iS regularly scheduled for 9:00:
A M.,Tuesday, July 4. 1987 has
been postponed until the following
Tuesday, July 11, 1987, at:
.." 11:00: .A: M. .1-
,'' Il. Harold Emery. Chsjfcman
.5 :: S Board of Publt histlruc

", TTFJilIler lion County, Florida
:
: ,,' ',"
Coy O Harris, Jr. 9ecr. jr
:, Board of
". Public Instruction .
Flagler County Florida '

June16.. 196T '

LEGAL
ADVERTISEMENT
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: \ IV TUB (IHCUIT COURT OF*
: HAWANDA9LOIUPOTT147 KI.AULKH COUNTY, Kplll.


A FARABEE
Plaintiff ,.

JERRY DONALD
FARABBB. '
Defendant .
TO 1)f "'FJNn
TIllN :ATE OF FLORIDA, TQt
Y DONALD FARABBB ,
whose residence and Po.t Of-
flee address are unknown
;" You are hereby notified that
a suit has been filed
in the above entitled against cause. y and W '

you are hereby required to your answer with the Clerk if
this Court, and to
serve a
No wonder. His father rushed straight for ,/ planltlff's thereof upon attorney the, whose plaintiff nam!cewr or
*
the phone. To call two new grandmas. Two new grandpas. an4 Charles address J la Luke* II

Assorted aunts, uncles, cousins. Even, the ; Attorney MO at Law,

S registrar at the old alma mater. S Daytona North Beac Ridgewood. FlorMa Avnu*

It's only natural. When something happensto not later than July I*, A. ft.
'
you/you want to somebody. And that's what ( 6 you toll to do so,
do. Get the word around. Past. thewIIf rail.ntsr.Q against
-
telephones help you r Dei
;
of eom'=.1o,..enature .

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METHODISTS TEAM ( PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS LIONS INSTALLATIONSET
BE SHOWN IN PAGEANT
WINS 13th GAME OBSERVES HOMECOMING FOR JUNE 10

.
The First Methodist Church The Pentecostal Holiness Plans for the annual Bun 1. PARADE OF COLORSAs 14. BUNNLL
.
Softball team won their thir Church is fairly young In history nell Lions Club Installation-
teenth consecutive game over .. in Flagler County. Reverend banquet were announced at the Bunnell High School A saw mill operated by Al
the Wadsworth Lumber team John Lamar Lingod, pastor Tuesday Band sets the tempo with va A. Bunneu.. turpentine,
their luncheon
meeting
157. The church team needs says his church will participate march music a parade of railroad, brick tOad-that was
I three more wins to hold the in the Fiftieth Anniversary at the Bunnell Civic Center flags will be reviewed. The the making of the Town of
City Champs title. by having a special The banquet will be June National Colors will be raisedas Bunnell. The toVJwas laid
Dewayne Metts scored four homecoming service Sundayat 10 In baytona Beach and the band plays The Star out and promoted t>y the Bun.
hits, one going for a home 11 a. m., followed by dinneron chairmen of the affaii are Spangled Banner. nell Development Company.
run, and Jeff Seale had three the grounds.
hits. P. A. Edmonson, Walter Morris 2. EARLY INDIANSThe 15. KOAONA
and M. Moody.
..............._..... George
There are two games scheduled Thriftways 2 4 John Seay, Zone chairman, Timmicuan Indian first A real influence ttf the "Old
between the two teams Bunnell Auto Supply.....1 5 presided during the meeting. resided in !this area. They are Country" came to Flagler
and the lumber nine needs represented in ceremonials by when the Polt community
a both wins to catch up. YOUTH LEAGUEW Reports were given:' on the children from the Summer Recreation wrs established fct Korona.
i L various activities planned for Program of Bunnell The Polish Polka 1 Ig a part of
Mens League Standings Baptist Church '''_''_-,.. 2 0 the anniversary celebration. High School. their rich herltA,e.
1 ". :- WL Methodist Church .._... 1 1
Methodist Church ..._..... 5 0 Jiffy ....._....?....................... 1 2 There were seventeen members 3. SPANISH INFLUENCEThe 16. FLAGL B ;PEACH
Wadsworth Lumber ..... 3 2 Hall-Tumlin ..._.._.._....... 1 2 and nine guests present.
Spanish Governors located Ocean City oA the east side
at Cuba made grants of of the canal, then the ferry to
land to early settlers in this the beachside, several pros.
area. One of the earliest land perous homesteads and then
i grants was that of Abraham we have Flatlet sach. It was

Dupont. as good a place to watch bathing .
beauties In J920 as in
4. MATANZAS AREA 1967.

: / ; Earliest known settlers were 17. CREATION Or> COUNTYOur
$ In the Matanzas Area in
northeast Flagler. The plant. history war well along
ing of orange groves and the way when p'lagler County -
While They Last'J"GET building of sugar plantationswas was created out of St.
? their contribution to our Johns and Volusta Counties.
early history. The date was July 1, 1917.
:
fifty years ago.
,
5. SEMINOLES AND SUGAR
PLANTATIONS 18. FLAGUfl TODAYWe
SPECIAL SAVINGS ON'jCHEVY
: : The Seminole Indians werea have mad much progress .
definite part of the history in.thee Arty years:
pf Flagler. A ceremonial dance .Modem farm floods, indus.
IDE' depicts (the customs of the In. try, civic progress, progressive
dians who later destroyed the school system ranching, planned
: FLEETS fabulous sugar plantations. forest management, and
yes, late model Nothing beau.
.
.;:ptf..':" /;\.. I '<"N" ., :-;. ,::1.. 6. BULOWVILLE are ties.proud Flagler of.IS a. County we

: bestetimg ..cylinder pickup) : t:
:
CAmericas
.t::::jti : Bulow has a fascinating 19.Ifs PWJ\L1
and is still in
: history kept our
j\ ;:\><> : memories thru the Florida --
;
't State park now located there.
J' _
Audobon was a famous visitor not mofley,tjiat causesso
; with Bulow. much trouble! but the misconception
that A lot of it can
7. SALT WORKS be had for nofltiiig.

Flagler played a part in the ....
.I
Civil War through its salt
:, work: It was here that the O. ,F. AFFORD
+G, seawater was changed to salt Reglats e l
for use In preserving food for
Real Estate Broker
the soldiers of the Confede
rate Army. Bunnell. L'Iodda
srt I
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4. .6A _- .
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& The CRACKERS
': ........

i J JI Jr Inland, we find a different Y. -
fi atmosphere developing in
I I Flagler, that of the "Cracker". ROY'SSTEAM ;'
}: CLEANING SERVICE
9. ROADS IIODq,1Q itoIEs

-I IiJ. The Kings Road and others TILE RoOVS .1d SIDINGS
GQ.rm>te 4 t0 ,can Mildew
prepared the way for new set. AIR C01'V''ONIJR5CARPENTE" :
4 k. tlers. pd PAINTING
CALL AttttCl" ,iOO P.M.
10. ST. JOHNS PARK MR. R. 80tf Bunnell
:
; : '. \i: : Phone 4)7.3737
; :.
:: : : The beginning of our present .
the most : society was in St. Johns '1..".
1
L: .: .Nov.get: pacesetting savings.on Park. And it was there that
.
s we see much fun and frolic.
; ;:;..: :' popular 6-cylinder truck model: 12tonFteBtside 11. ESPANOLA


'pickup (model 1 CS10934) with, this. il{. Once a thriving metropolis, &HASTINGS UPHOLSf MATTRESS WORKS

\ I.pecial e uipment-: big 250 Six engine .A;, ; though peaceful now little a community.The quiet and. 710.12 IA mon St.

early home of many of Palatfc, Florida
\ custom. side moldings. custom appear-:; :L: our present day families. The Phone! EA. 5-9166
:: : .. early center of the turpentine Furnitw. "pJlo1teringBepa1re
'j ahce group. push-button ( : :t t. industry. d Refln shed

; 12. DUPONT AND HAW Mattress} ;$01C Springs
in for
: : radio! Come special
,.: Made to Or4 *, Also Renovated
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CREEK
y:r: savings, now, during thePacesetter <:}i1: Call Laura f' Drlis 437-3233
A railroad terminal and a After $:t tJQ P. M.
thriving agricultural area saw PRICES H2ASONABLE
the railroad developed thru
BUDGET PLAN JF NEEDED
Haw Creek. Many early families
iChevy still reside in Haw Creek. Just 04 uV ai your
Fleetside"f. 13. HENRY M. FLAGLERA Phone At pelt Office
; J new era came with the Drop U* told or Call
; ; railroad built by Henry M. Free Pick:-uA & Delivery
> > Flagler after whom Flagler
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1ft: County was named.

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METHODISTS TEAM 'f PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS LIONS INSTALLATION
BE SHOWN IN PAGEANT
WINS 13th GAME OBSERVES HOMECOMING SET FOR JUNE 10

The First Methodist Church The Pentecostal Holiness Plans for the annual Bun
Softball team won their thirteenth Church Is fairly young In his. nell Lions Club installation. 1. PARADE OF COLORSAs 14. BUNNELLA

consecutive game over .. tory In Flagler County. Reverend banquet were announced at the Bunnell High School saw mill operated by Alva .
the Wadsworth Lumber team John Lamar Lingold, pastor Band sets the tempo with A. Bunnell, turpentine,
their
luncheon Tues.
157. The church team needs says his church will participate meeting march music a parade of railroad, brick road-that was
three more wins to hold the In the Fiftieth Anniversary day at the Bunnell Civic Center flags will be reviewed. The the making of the Town of
City Champs title. by having a special The banquet will ,be June National Colors will be raisedas Bunnell. The town was laid
Dewayne Metts scored four homecoming service Sundayat 10 In Daytona Beach and the band plays The Star out and promoted by I hits, one going for home 11 followed dinneron
a a. m. by chairmen' of the affair are Spangled Banner. nell Development Company.
I run, and Jeff Seale had three the grounds.
hits. P. A. Edmonson, Walter Mor 2. EARLY INDIANS 15. KORONAA

r There are two games scheduled Thrlftways ........................ 2 4 John ris and Seay George, Zone M.chairman Moody., The Timmicuan Indian first real influence of the "Old
between the two .teams Bunnell Auto Supply. ......1 5 presided during the meeting. resided in this area. They are Country" came to Flagler
and the lumber
nine needs
represented in ceremonials by when the Polish community
both wins to catch up, YOUTH LEAGUEW L Reports :were gl ven' Olll the children from the Summer Recreation was established at Korona.

...,. .Men, League Standings Baptist Church ......._....... 2 0 the various activities celebration.planned for Program of Bunnell The Polish Polka Is a part of
'W L .. anniversary High School. their rich heritage.
Methodist Church .. ... .. 1 1
4 Methodist Church .......... 5 0 Jiffy................................... 1 2 There were seventeen mem 3. SPANISH INFLUENCEThe 16. FLAGLER
I Wadsworth Lumber ...... 3 2 Hall-Tumlin .......?........... 1 2 bers and nine guests presents BEACH
Spanish Governors located Ocean City on the east side
at Cuba made grants of of the canal, then the ferry to
land to early settlers In this the beachside, several prosperous .
area. One of the earliest land homesteads and then
grants was that of Abraham we have Flagler Beach. It was
Dupont as good a place to watch bath.
;; ing beauties in 1920 as in

'f .j'1tt' ;{ >>t Earliest 4. MATANZAS known settlers AREA were 1967.17. CREATION OF COUNTY

S1rfr in the Matanzas Area In
i northeast Flagler. The planting Our history was well along
.
of orange groves and the way when Flagler Coun.
[ While They LastFLGET building of sugar plantationswas ty was created out of St.
1'1't 1, :, their contribution to our Johns and Volusia Counties.The .
early history, date was July 1, 1917.
'i
: '} i'' t' fifty years ago.
: .) .. 5. SEMINOLES AND SUGAR
:: PLANTATIONSThe 18. FLAGLER TODAY
,SP.ECIALSA VINGS ONn
: ,, Seminole Indians werea We have made much progress .
definite part of the historyof in -these fifty years:
/ Flagler. A ceremonial dance Modern farm methods, indus
: ( depicts !the customs of the In. .try, civic progress, progressive
.
; FLEE.TSI'DE dians who later destroyed the school system, ranching, planned .
ICHEVY fabulous sugar plantations. forest management, and
'. yes, late model ,bathing beau.
n ::: '. < .' t'Wc. ,:,. 6. BULOWVILLE'Bulow ties. Flagler is a County we

'::'. \c.: America's: best'setting. 6.c /finder. pickup!):' Jt' has a fascinating are proud 19.of.FINALE

: history and Is still kept In our
; memories thru the Florida
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rl'tC < : : State park now located there.
Audobon was a famous visitor It's not money.-that causesso
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with Bulow. much trouble; but the misconception
that a lot of It can
: 7. SALT WORKS be had for nothing.

Flagler played a part in the
Civil War through its salt y

....works: It was here that the O. ,F. ALFORD
..., ... .
:: sea water was changed to salt Registered
4 for use in preserving food for
V Real] Estate BrokerBunnelL
I f the soldiers of the Confederate
:.),.',.' y K Army. FloridaBOY'S
!; \ .. ..
; : $ 8. The CRACKERS
.i ;" ti'' "
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\' t Inland, we find a different
'. Y Itl w. atmosphere developing In
'
\ ; M Y Flagler, that of the "Cracker".
f STEAM CLEANING SERVICE
'... 9. ROADS
; i' MOBILE HOMES
i TILE ROOFS .. The Kings Road and others
;-
: : G.an.teed t. Kill MII.ewAIR
prepared the way for new Set. CONDITIONERS
.
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;\ I
"""r ,-, tIers. CARPENTER and PAINTING
'j. CALL AFTER .iOO P.M.
"'VI 10. ST. JOHNS PARK MR. R. BOND, Bunnell
;' Phone 437.3737
: .
The beginning of our present

,Now-get pacesetting savings on the most It Park.society And it was was in there St. Johns that --

t '" ::. #;A:{ :popular cylinder truck model: 12tonfcFjfietside.pichup we see much fun and frolic.

11. ESPANOLA
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railroad
terminal and a After 6:00 P. M.
+ thriving agricultural area saw PRICES REASONABLE
the railroad developed thru
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED
Haw
4 Creek. Many early fam
files still reside In Haw Creek. Just as near as your
FleetsideY.y 13. HENRY M. FLAGLER Phone or Post Office

:A, Chevy "i A new era came with the Drop Us a Card or Call
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METHODISTS. TEAM PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS UONS' INSTALLATION TO BE SHOWN IN PAGEANT
WINS 13th GAME OBSERVES HOMECOMINGThe SET FOR JUNE 10

The First Methodist Church Pentecostal Holiness Plans for the annual Bun.
14.. BUNNELL
1. PARADE OF COLORSAs
Softball team won their thirteenth Church Is fairly young In his- nell Lions Club Installation-
consecutive game over .. tory In Flagler County. Reverend banquet were announced at the Bunnell High School A saw mill operated by Alva .
the Wadsworth Lumber team John Lamar Llngold, pas. Bunnell
their luncheon meeting Tuesday Band sets the tempo with A. turpentine,
157. The church team needs tor says his church will participate march music a parade of railroad, brick road-that was
I three more wins to hold' the In the Fiftieth Anniversary at the Bunnell Civic Cen flags will be reviewed. The the making of the Town of
City Champs title. by having a special ter. The banquet will be June National Colors will be raisedas Bunnell. The town was laid
Dewayne Metts scored four homecoming service Sundayat 10 In Daytona Beach and the band plays The Star out and promoted by hits, one going for a home 11 a. m., followed by dinneron chairmen of the affair are Spangled Banner. nell Development Company.
run, and Jeff Seale had three the grounds.
hits. P. A. Edmonson, Walter Morris 2. EARLY INDIANS 15. KORONAA

There are two games scheduled Thriftways .r..r................. 2 4 John and Seay George, Zone M.chairman Moody., The Timmicuan Indian first real influence of the "Old
between the two teams Bunnell Auto Supply ......1 5 presided during the meeting. resided In this area. They are Country" came to Flagler
". f and the lumber nine needs YOUTH LEAGUE represented In ceremonials by when the Polish community
', :: both, wins to catch up. Reports were given' on the children from the Summer Recreation was established at Korona.

.' f.:.:' .. Mens League Standings Baptist Church ......._..?...W.L 2 0 various activities planned for Program of Bunnell The Polish Polka is a part of
'.'" ... '1' W L Methodist Church ......:... 1 1 the anniversary celebration. High School. their rich heritage.

Methodist Church .......r.. 5 0 Jiffy................................... 1 2 There were seventeen members 3. SPANISH INFLUENCEThe
Wadsworth Lumber '..n. 3 2 Hall Tumlin .................... 1 2 and nine guests present 16. FLAGLER BEACH
Spanish Governors located Ocean City on the east side
at Cuba made grants of of the canal, then the ferry to
land to early settlers In this the beachside, several prosperous .
area. One of the earliest land homesteads and' then
grants was that of Abraham we have Flagler Beach. It was
Dupont. as good a place to watch, bathIng .
beauties in 1920 as in
4. MATANZAS AREA 1967.

',' Earliest known settlers were 17. CREATION OF COUNTYOur

northeast In the Matanzas Flagler. The Area plant In history was well along

last I] ing of orange groves and the way when Flagler County
hiIe They building of sugar plantationswas was created out of St.
their contribution to our Johns and Volusia Counties.The .
early history. date was July 1, 1917.
fifty years ago.
5. SEMINOLES AND SUGAR

GET SPECIAL SAVINGS ONFLEETSIDE. PLANTATIONSThe 18. FLAGLER TODAY

Seminole Indians werea We have made much progress .
r I definite part of the history in these fifty years:
I of Flagler. A ceremonial dance Modern farm methods, indus
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depicts the customs of the Indians try, civic progress, progressive
I who later destroyed the school system, ranching, planned .
fabulous sugar plantations. forest management, and
I yes, late model bathing beau.
4 6. BULOWVILLE ties. Flagler Is a County we

\ b (America'$ best*se11ing 6'cy'inderpickup) Bulow has a fascinating are proud of.

."..,.. .,. history and Is still kept In our 19. FINALE
memories thru the Florida
State park now located there.
Audobon was a famous visitor It's not money.-that causesso
' with Bulow. much trouble but the misconception
that a lot of it can I
7. SALT WORKS be had for nothing.

\ Flagler played a part In the
...- Civil War through Its salt -
work: It was here that the O. .F. ALFORD
4 k _____ ., sea water was changed to salt Registered
for use In preserving food for
I the soldiers of the Confederate Real] Estate Broker

Army. BunaelL Florida
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1 Inland, we find a different
atmosphere developing In
Flagler, that of the "Cracker". ROY'SSTEAM
CLEANING SERVICE
9. ROADS
MOBILE HOMES
TILE ROOFS and SIDINGS
The Kings Road and others
Guaranteed t. Kill Mildew
PI t prepared the way for new set. Ain CONDITIONERS
tiers. CARPENTER and FAINTING
CALL AFTER 41100 P.M.
10. ST. JOHNS PARK MR. R. BOND Bunnell
: Phone 437.3737
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beginning our present

:: !t :". .[Now-get pacesetting savings on the most)',' Park.society And It was was In there St. Johns that

'. ;%j} !:,:.,:?:"popular 6-cylinder truck model:" 12torfIJeetside : we see much fun and frolic. .

11. ESPANOLAOnce

t ,pickup (model 1 CS10934)'with this! \i:. .' a ,thriving metropolis, HASTINGS MATTRESS

:}' ::' though now a quiet and & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
" 250 Six
Special engine .iI
;\ : equipment-big ; peaceful little community.The 710<12 Lemon St.

. early home of many of Palatka, Florida
: custom side moldings custom appearance -.!:: our present day families. The Phone EA 5-9166
1: early center of the turpentine
Furniture Upholtering
: \;: ::.:, group P push-button .:itkf; ; :,. industry. Repaired & Refinished
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", :, :)("radio! Come in for special a /kL : : 12. DUPONT AND HAW Made Mattresses to Order&, Also Box Renovated Springs

"::': ,..:..y* :. CREEKA
::',:savings, now, during the ':\ ,'<':> Call Laura Morris 437.3233
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thriving agricultural area saw PRICES REASONABLE
I the railroad developed thru
: BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED
: o' Haw Creek. Many early families
\ still reside in Just as near as Your
Haw Creek.
FleetsidePacesetter : 13. HENRY M. FLAGLERA Phone or Post Office
., : I ; Chevy j jL new era came with the Drop Us a Card or Call

1\ '. I:1 : railroad Flagler after built whom by Henry Flagler M. Free Pick-up & Delivery

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kraft and tissue paper and paper products, adds approximatelyone the lands managed by Hudson in Flagler County. Current prac- I
million dollars each year to the economy of Flagler* County. tices include the improvement of timber-growth potential through
Besides the management of 55,000 acres of p ned and long-term intensive tillage of the soil prior to planting of some 1,000,000
lease lands in Flagler County, Hudson purchases from other landowners pine seedlings annually. In addition, water control through the
some 30,000 cords of pulpwood to be.consumed by its mill development of a system of canals not only improves the capability -
at Palatka. of the flatwoods soils to produce abundant crops of timber

Large trucks and trailers, piled high with pulpwood, are a common but also allows local contractors, cutting pulpwood and sawtimberfrom
sight along the highways leading from Flagler County to Pa- these lands, to operate more economically throughout the
latka. In addition to stumpage paid to landowners and fees paid year. A system of company-built and maintained roads, aggre-
local contractors for cutting and hauling this wood, Hudson pays gating in excess of 80 miles provides the contractor ready access

local taxes and purchases locally most of the operating supplies 'to? timber stands. -
required in the management of its timber lands. Nearly all of the lands managed by Hudson in Flagler Countyare
Hudson's timber lands in Flagler County are part of the Timucua open to the general public for hunting and fishing. Portionsof 1
Forest area which is managed by Joe Chambless who makes his this acreage are included in the Tomoka Game Management .
home in Deland. Mr. Chambless, a graduate forester trained at Area which is a cooperative venture. between private landownersand
Auburn University, has been employed by Hudson for 10 years.' the State of Florida.



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,'Owens-Illinois; is a major producer and converter of containerboard for packaging, end

uses. As such we operate more than 1,000,000 acres of woodlands in the U. S and Baha-,

ma Islands to guarantee a continuing supply of our basic raw materialpulpwood.In .

Flagler County as in other sections of the country O-l woodlands tracts are scientifically i-

managed according to the "multiple use" concept. We continually plant new

seedlings to replace adult,trees harvested. And O-l woodlands also do double duty as

.' valuable watersheds and recreation areas. You or your friends may have already hunt-

ed or fished on our Flagler County lands.

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we also make our lands available for community use. It's one way of fulfilling our responsibility -

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Q. I filed for disability Q. My husband died and FORMER RESIDENT

Social benefits recently and was asked left me all -alone. He always
Securi'lyNEWS If I get Workman's Comp worked under social security.I PROMOTEDNed CHURCH

cation. Why was I asked am fifty-five years old. I Davis, Red Bay Ala.,
this? have never worked due !to my former Bunnell resident, has NEWS

A. Disability benefits physical condition. Will I be been promoted to Division j
are able to husband's social
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reduced for my Quality Control Coordinator of
Q. I filed for disability benefits worker receives any Workmen's month a security now? Blue Bell,_ Inc., Belmont, Miss.
a couple of years ago and Compensation.Q. A. A lump sum death payment FIRST METHODIST :
was denied because social security Is all that can be paidat Mr. Davis has been employ. BUNNELL I
said my condition was Do you have to be hospitalized this time. At sixty, If you ed with the company for ten Her. Oliver Taylor. Pastor
not permanent Has there first before medicarewill are not married, you can years and has held positionsIn Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.
that would for checks almost all departments.He Worship Service, 11:00 a. m.
been any change pay anything "toward apply monthly as I

permit me to receive a bene your extended care service? a widow.Q. is the son of :Mr. and 6:30:Methodist p. m. Youth Fellowship, I

fit? A. Yes. You must be hos My father was recently Mrs. B. N. Davis, Fort Lauder. 2 Blocks East of HighwayNo. I

pitalized for at least 3 con. transferred from the hospitalto dale, and resided in Bunnellfor 1, Lambert Street.
A. Yes. In 1965 a changewas secutive days and then ad. an extended care facility many years with his
made In (the disability mitted, on a doctor's order to under medicare. How much grandmother, the late Mrs. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe
requirements. A person may the extended care facility will medicare pay for his Ellen Lee.Businesses. Btr. Robert Stuart.
now get disability paymentsif within 14 days from the date treatment at the facility Priest in Charge
he has a condition that pre. of discharge. Treatment in A. Medicare pays full costsof succeed when Morning Worship 11:30 a. m. ,

vents him from working and this facility must be for the covered services for the somebody attends tot 11 e Church School 3:30 p. ro.,.
Is expected to last at least 12 same Illness for which you first 20 days and all but $5a small details that the average Thursday.

months. were hospitalized. day for 80 additional days. boss is too busy to fool with. Communion first Sunday of

each month.
- Three miles east of Bunnelh

on highway 100.

Florida State Parks Beckon July 4th Celebrators BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST

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33' CAhI., stt '' I "CUIICII
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T fLeumt r.11.I lAId I Worship.
r11N asCY tY G N SlLUIYI ,1 ISIAIt 8:00 pjn. Evening I
N clod \ Wed.: 7:30 p.m., Prayer i
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MAHI+ WO, o1.MN all services.
Nursery
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.. c.M..,. Iy \ MIII_ Worship Service, 11:00: a. m.
2 W j-, CI'IIAi IMI I .. n mcnnll/tut t111Y111A Life Liners Service, 6:30.
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w Morning Worship 9.30 a.m.
l B. ..bcl.y G.rdnl A. N (September May) 11 a. m.

Anastasia ""'"s1O's n S.t.LyAAMSI. N JACKiStANe rBulow ..".IBald. Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:45Men's

Honda k','"" MINw r a R nn' p.m.

Rulnl ... wrutA]tlvlt Club meets the first I
Florida s / OICp%11 ,t, A.. lASNWC. ''nom Monday of each month at

Cd"K.. .' ., n QL.a1.A.. 7:30 p. m.'Woman's. \ '
nMi.G:1. Society of.Chris .
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Colli.r S.minol. I .. 4? tion Service the 2nd Thurs.

Conltitutlon'J PARDKEL day, 9:30 a. m.
RIVeT IAMB. "" Avenue. I
Crystal t South Daytona

D.d. Bat+l.fi.ld s II
F.llinG w.t,,.. i 1 KDttsNAN i FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

D k.a 'I"F.nr ? Flagler Beach I
I Max Hall. Pastor
FI'GIr Buch : II II Sunday School: 9:45.
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7 a Morning Worship: :
Fo.t C.plt.I Cntr UNDER DEVELOPMENT "-' S : Evening Worship: 7:30.:

Fort Clinch Wednesday Prayer Meeting:

Fot G.dldn ..' 7:30. I
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Fort Pickenl
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Frank B.Butlr ti
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Gambl.M.nsion ..+......... I..... CATHOLIC CHURCHES
Gold Hud Branch ..'-- -- to /'Gra Rev. Fr. Anthony Leon. PastorST.
ton I,.c h UNDERDEVELOPMENT N K.rws IiiJIAHIAIIONOA 1 I MARY'S. KORONA
HiGhl.ndl H.mmock ) '1'I I ro' f '' Sunday Mass: 7:30: a.m.

Hillsborough Rv.r; ) (FromAAAlIohdayNewServlc ) ., .. I Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., j
./ and Friday at 8:30 a.m. 'I
HUGh Taylor Bkch.l" ORLANDO-Favorite spots for Fourth of July cele FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL
HUGunot brators In Florida will be the numerous State Parks and Sunday Mass: 9:00: a.m.
Jack bland UNDER DEVELOPMENT Historic Memorials scattered throughout the peninsula. Weekday Masses: Tues. and
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John C. lu.Iy iMus.um Thurs. at 8sd: a.m.
Governor Claude Kirk and the AAA Motor Clubs of
John Go rorr f. Florida which have joined In a massive Bring 'Em BackAllvel" ST. STEPHEN'S. BUNNELE,
,k.m Coral R..I Sunday Mass: 10:30: a.m.
holiday traffic safety campaign. Invited residents
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Jon.+han Dicle1nlon and 'visitors to get out and enjoy themselves on the Inde r., Weekday Mass: Saturday
KinGIIv; Plantation pendence Day weekend-but to drive carefully and come( 8:30: a.m.COMMUNITY.
Kor.shan home safely.

L.1ce Griffin The AAA will operate a "Holiday News Service" from CHURCH MEMORIAL

ID?!.Talbot Island Its "Holiday Headquarters" here during the July 4th week* j Flagler Beach

Mad. Biekl Mound end to keep travelers Informed up to the minute on road I' Rev. R. W. Dlckert Pastor
and traffic conditions and on holiday activities. School 9:45
Sunday
Ma nola; L.k. : a. m.
Worship Service, 11 a. m.
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Hour after hour throughout
Communion every first Sun.,
M alcka River the long weekend the AAA will .
day of each quarter.
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N.tural) 1lda, BeHIfiId; Issue bulletins giving latest In* Daytona Avenue, South of:

Nw Smyrna SUGar Mill formation on campsites avail i I. ..". School.
UNDER DEVELOPMENT able at the State Parks accom
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Ochlockon. Rlvr I. I I. frnodatlons available in resort ,
O'Leno I I. areas, road and traffic conditions : '
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Oscar Schr.r I 'holiday activities. The bulletins e I
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Reek IAveII I I I out Florida and will be Issued to

Rolll...s S..ct".rv I. I I. the wire services and news RuB E sS1A
S+.Andrewl papers. ;., P
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s.. ....r...M..$euas. Historic Memorials Is geared.
fir oa avalanche of visitors. _
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50th AnniversaryThe :.". .

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Anniversary will be one of I''j
the highlights of the semi-
centennial celebration planned

for Flagler County July b ,, ',
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thru 21 years of age ,will be "::1 ; ; j
vying for the title In the con- ) j j" ,' .
". test, sponsored ,by the FlaglerWomalrXClub. !fi, -t, l' :j'
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Mayor Fuller, .:JA: /I. # "
Flagler Beach will be masterof t.{ I "'+f:"' I f ve f i\ "'" .,
ceremonies for the beauty ", fry i1rc : ,,'.h '4 I ",.'LN ,
competition, ,which will beginat 0} '" ..:
6 p. m., July 4. Contestants iI '
jwlll be Judged in bathing N I 4
suits, and formal attire. Dur y
ing Intermission, awards for
the fishing, golf and beard : ar 4 r1
contests will be presented to '

the winners. :Ij$ :::
give Out the of contestants town judges points will iir.I: I

for beauty, personality and
poise. Shctrytt AbrahamAMERICAN'LEGION Donna Akins. .Elizabeth Allen Sue Broadaway
Prizes will be awarded the ; SENIOR CITIZENS BLACKS FLOWERS LAND 'n SEA FASHIONS

Queen and two runnerup
winners immediately following -

the judging: < "
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savings bond and a bouquet. ;,..", .. '. ';f to. 'S!\t
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The two runnersup will each I&i '
receive a trophy, sterling silver .; '', ','; I It.',} t' nJl.
charm braclet and a bouquet .. ,-JMJ '
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The participants and their !,,, \ "I '," I .i '

sponsors are as follows: k',
Sharyn Abraham, American ,I '
Legion; Donna Akins, Senior .\
Citizens Club; Sue Broadaway,
Land 'n Sea Fashions; Elizabeth
Allen, Black's Flowers; ( I
Faye Durrance, J D.'s Thrift r-
way; Delores Deen, The Flag i : 4 ',:,
ler Tribune; Rabeth Hersey, k \ .f .i f'I,." .,.."',:,'" )
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Civil Defense; Paquita Hugas, r'I "
VFW; Linda Knight, Thrift
I Self-Operated Car Wash; Peggy .
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Missinne, Band Parents "
Assn; Vicki Moore, Anchor I \ \ \ r.
Motor Court; Johnnie Ruth .a (,<' tiI"I \ ,
Miller, Howard Lerch General .. "I., ..,")t.< :
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Contracting; Brenda Murray,
UDC; Ginger Newell, Flagler I 1 ; -, :'
Beach Pier and Restaurant;
Faith Wilson, Flagler Fire Department .'
& Auxiliary and Jo
Ann Wilson, Wadsworth Lumber
Co., Mary Pache, Bunnell r:= Vi
Timber Co.FISHING. ,
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TOURNEY
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PLANNEDJuly

3rd and 4th are the Delores Deen Faye Durrance Rabeth Kersey Paquita Hugos
dates set for the Flagler FLAGLER TRIBUNE J. D.'s THRIFTWAY CIVIL DEFENSE V. F. W.
Beach Fishing Tournament,
one of the' activities plannedby
the anniversary committee.C. .
O. Magee is chairman of
the two day event.
All visitors and residents
are invited to enter their
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catch in the tournament for
edible fish. There will be two
first prizes awarded for .the
largest fish caught; one prize
for the smallest fish and one
prize for the most fish caught.
According to the tourney
rus all fish must be caught
from the Flagler Beach Pier.
All entries eligible for com v
petition must be filed with Z
the Pier attendant Entries
must be caught between the
hours of 7 a.m. 'and 7 p.m.
Mr. Magee will be assistedby !
R. R. 'Mosby and Mack Me-
Guire. R. L. McNab, co-ordl-
nator of Flagler Beach events
for the fiftieth anniversary
celebration, reports other
events scheduled Include a
beauty contest, Golf Tournament
Fireworks display anda
free dance for teenagers at
the Flagler Beach Recreation
hall.


EDITORS NOTE A PRESIDENT WHO CARES
All letters to the editor must
include a signature before .
thy can be accepted for pub At two ceremonies at the White House recently President; President asked. Holding the medal is Sgt. Connor's daughter,
lication. Upon the Lyndon B. Johnson demonstrated his deep concern for relaUves -/ Cecilia, while his, mother looks on. A few days later (right)
request of our fighting men in Vietnam. Preventing the Congressfonal President Johnson welcomed Mrs. Renate Lazear and her two
name will be wltMttld, but is Medal of Honor, our nation's highest military award to sons Peter, 10,,and Craig, 8, to the White Houee. Widow of let
required for records.We S.Conaor (left), the President noted Lt. Robert Lazear, Mm.La ear was denied citlzeiuhip at naturalization
received an interesting S. toto ceremonies because the documents did not refect the
letter this week, but we are 'Ff..SeDir a own nMtf toMr hlriW I death of her husband by wiper fire in Vietnam. JredStenttel
unable to print it due to the fawn owe flu 'intervention qufeM straightened the matter out.
lack of It the "., '
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'F ST. THOMAS CHURCH
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'j). 'I, at St. Thomas Episcopal
I e Church, Sunday, July 2, 12:30p.
4v gj ..:. sw; m. following the morning
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r' i "tt' yi The affair is being held in
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observance of the county's
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( Filteth Anniversary and all

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: r t" TO MEET
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the Flagler County Recreation

Advisory Committee, Monday,
July 17 at 8:00: p. m. in The
commissioners room at the
courthouse.

COMPLETES DUTY

Dan Frailey completed hJ)

.... \ active duty with the..US-Arnjy
,. ... I .! '''111 Reserves Milltaty Police, Judo
"." \' x',:i 11fi;, 9, and has returned to
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,I a forester with Union C14t"> i
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,Linda Knight Johnnie Ruth Miller Peggy MIss nne Vicki Moore Co. ''Y
, THRIFT-. SELF-OPERATED HOWARD LERCH BAND PARENTS ASSN. ANCHOR'MOTELBrenda
of
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the
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; CAR WASH General Contractor Mrs. Henry Shil, FInlfr

Beach

,or' 'J ,: ', )',,,,,'"", tI' HOME FROM VIETNAM
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4 Esther and children, arrived
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"I' ...)I in Bunnell June 12'for several
days visit here with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Worley.'j
He has just returned from
nine months tour of duty n
Da Nang, Vietnam. #j!
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Ft r .f1
Flynn Edmonson left Sunday -
'. for Tallahassee where'he

is enrolled in the summer se .

\ slon of Florida State Univer
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and Mrs. P. A. Edmonsw,
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',.'. The Ladles Guild 'of"the

Hu, ",' .. ,J ..,,,4ax : Community Memorial Churchof
Flagler Beach, will trtet
I" Thursday, June 29 at 2 p. )\.
at the home of Mrs. William

Cummins, 914 S. Daytona Ave.
i t, Mrs. R. W. Dickert is ip
charge of the devotional. }
Mrs. Albert Batten, president
urges all members to- attend.

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Murray Ginger Newell Faith Wilson Jo Anne Wilson centy returned from a trip to
U. D. C. FLAGLER BEACH FLAGLER BEACH FIRE DEPT. WADSWORTH LUMBER CO. Cucamonga, 'Calif where she
PIER and RESTAURANT visited five days with her

V brother, George W. Hain s.
VV
,. Salad Days Are Here AgainWhen She visited Disneyland and
Mexico while (there
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Mrs. Rudye Shamblem, Biml- ,
ni, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe

Brock, of Bunnell, are Mr.
IflIRL .V'_ and Mrs. Leo Meador, Mr. and
r"- Mrs Joe Meador and childrenJoe

Janice and Paula Mae of
FREE FUEL OIL Charleston, W. Va.; Mrs. Eunice
Weisberg and son John
of Orlando and Amy White of
Holly 1111, S. C. Amy is alw>

30 GALLONS FREE White visitng while wi thfrs.here., Evn


(Delivery Anytime In 1967) t

WITH 4 ATLAS PLYCRON 7y
We Make
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V nUT DIREIOT-SA

I the weather tarns warm, many homemAkers yearn for WilY PAY MORE
cool, easy-going foods. From the Borden Kitchen conies one
GALLONS FREEWITH such, recipe-a cottage cheese salad. It's a refreshing ring of GALLONS
10 low-cost. cottage cheese and peaches, piqued with lemon juice, 3 LATHX $5
then wreathed in crisp greens.PeachLenten Inter/or-Hterler

2 ATLAS PLYCRON PURCHASE CeHt a..e s.L.d Free Choke of Coloring
(Makes 8 to 10.-J
1 (1-lb.18-oz.) can 2 cups (1 pound) Bonta's Porch Trim & Deck EDGIIMiJ
GOOD JUNE-JULY-ONLY 8Ueed peaches creamed cottage ehe.*> Gallons
OFFER 1 (.Harmed-..) package gelatin lemon12 cup whipped heavy cream, .1 j All CMwsOutsUtWhito $698

2-4 tablaspoonsBeaLemon Salad grans aau.u sr-
BUDDY KNOXAMERICAN reconstituted lemon juice ?

Drain the aUcsd 'raNrre a few dices for OIL BASE FOR WOOD
Poor 1 cap of to nrftm into small saucepan;] cmtI' t.
SERVICEU. Stir Ia gelatto 1m l y ftcL. J. V. YEOMANJr
StIr ib. laenon juice. CoaL Add eo4ty,. neoolsd t'NATIOIWlDa...
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was familiar with the popular Few Individuals have pack. life In today's armed forces, his book which is dedicatedto
ballad. I knew little about the ed so much living In a few the Green Beret way of fight. them. -
Too Late wearers of the Green Berets short years with, one adven Ing in Viet Nam and con
and less about the songs of ture overlapping another, eacha cludes with another kind of Tom Mahoney who wrote
author S/Sgt. Barry Sadler until unique experience of a high glory road-the road to fame down Barry Sadler's story has
To Classify I read a recently publish. spirited, curious minded, and fortune in the entertainment written many books includinga
ed book by McMillan entitled !ready.for.anything youngman. world. biography 0 f Governor
BY Bussell Kay "I'm a Lucky One" written by George Romney of Michiganas
Sergeant Sadler with Tom Barry Sadler Is a lucky one, well as numerous maga
By RUSSELL RAY Mahoney."I'm Sadler first heard reveille at for although seriously wound. zine articles.
" Lackland Air Force Base, near
Probably the most popular for
" ed and hospitalized many
'a Lucky One" Is his
song to come out of the VietNam San Antonio, took his trainingin months he returned. He madeit There's an old saying that
war, Is "The Ballad of story of what it's like to fight radar and shipped off to back when many did not, money isn't everything, but
the Green Berets" which was with the Special Forces In Japan, spent his 18th birthdayin and his songs pay tribute to there are few troubles that a
written by S/Sgt. Barry Sadler Viet Nam and what his life Toyko where he made those less fortunate as does little money can't lighten.
while serving as a ,memberof was like before he wore the friends with a Japanese judo
the famed Special Services Green Beret, what happenedto and garate expert, who taught ---
unit. him in the months: since him these arts enabling him
.... Like most everyone else I his return to the states. ,to win the coveted black beltas
a master in this science of
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attack and defense. KNOW YOUR II1V1!

Finishing. his ,tour with the
THE BEAUTIFUL and PROGRESSIVE Air Force in 1962 he returnedto
civilian life, played and Radarman
ROBERT L. HANNAH sang with a three piece combofor
a few months until he re-
FUNERAL HOMES Inllsted, this time in the Armyto
,become a paratrooper.
Dedicated to dignity service and economy. Lowest cost From there he went into the
by far in the entire area on any service of your choice. Special Services where he distinguished
himself as a sol-
We invite your comparison. Serving all faiths.U. .
dler 'and set the stage for
S. 1-HOLLY HILL-DAYTONA BEACH future fame and success as a
song writer.In .
CALL WX 7611 TOLL FREE
his book he gives a vivid
account of the grueling trainIng .
required to become a
member of the Special Services .
NEED and explains the duties
this unit of service performsIn
the of warfare
new type
SWIM POOL CHEMICALS ? now practiced in Viet Nam.

CALLSoutherndire He explains in detail the
rigorous training a soldier
Chemical Co. must go through to qualify
for a Green Beret and de.
253.2537 scribes the wide variety of MOWW WAVAU JNGI m r
functions they perform not VDARMANINTOEXTREMEIMPORTANCE.KX .
AIRPORT AREA DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. only in guerrilla warfare but MOW WELL M $NIl'>>1 MAY
WE DELIVER ONCE EACH WEEK in a variety of civic action A1fICT THI IAFITY 01 Alt ENl/REFUEt
programs to aid the civilian TMWCH mi IYIS Or NIl WAX,THE '
DISTRIBUTORSLIQUID population in overrun areas. 09 StAWtlS,EOCATIANDWCXENEAYSNIf
CHLORINE-"H. T. H."-CHLORINE GAS PUN AND
"I'm a Lucky One" Is a MISSIUS Any txovctt m mflltr ...
"BIO-LAB" BALANCED SUPER CHLORINECRYSTALS uniquely American story, one m(If Ail OK lAMOf ATTACKS. ..
that focuses on the life of an --- --......
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THAT ARE STILL WITH US WHO HAVE RESIDED HEREIN '

FLAGLER COUNTY FOR FIFTY YEARS OR MORE FOR

THEIR FAITH AND FORTITUDE TO CREATE A HOME FOR.

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., THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY EXECUTIVE COM MITT I E'E.

Ii OUR ADVERTISERS WHO CONTRIBUTED TO THIS SOUVENIR -

EDITION OF THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE AND TO EACH

AND EVERY INDIVIDUAL WHO WORKED SO DILIGENTLYIN

MAKING OUR 50TH ANNIVERSARY AND FOUR DAY

CELEBRATION POSSIBLE. .' ,....

Sincerely .
FLAGLER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Louis Steflik ChairmanC.
H. Cowart
Otis Hunter I
George Wic hn. '"
Alfred Tucker
George M. Moody Clerk

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I Reminiscences of Saint Johns Park ))1)1ST. ,




JOHNS PARK: .
occupied by John and Grace
!Sometime In the 1880's Mat. Kinney. .
thew Davis and his wife and I
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one daughter moved from Ma. Another neighbor was Dr. "
tanzas to the St. Johns Park Ravenal Baker who Is especially
Students attending classesat
area, then known as Omega. remembered for the ton.
Gilbert School St. Johns
They first settled at what is ic followed by a dose of cas
amongthe
Park in 1917. Identified
now known as Davis Branch tor ell. Also living in the
and a few years later movedto area at this time were the group are Ethel Myers.Fltzhug'h ,
Annie
Malphurs
the Dead Lake area. Eleven Cass Prescotts.
Salyerds, Paul Unkefer, WildaCobb
more children were born to
The timber lands were Ruth Sange Lota Nlv-
the Davis family IncludingMrs.
largely held by George Deenof ens, Lee Sange, Eva Buckles,
Anita Akins Mrs. Daisy
Baxley, Georgia who leas. Hubert Frier, MayhewFrier.,
Buckles, and Mrs. Grace Kin-
ed the turpentine business to Clyde Lewis, Stewart' Pratt,
all of whom still resideIn
ney Various operators. Trappingwas Lucille Frier Z. D. Holland
Flagler County. on important part of the and Dick Harding. l'
l'I
Living In the area at that economy. Farming was Just -r
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time was Tom Squires who beginning to emerge as a new '

operated a sawmill near the business. The vegetables and S f. i.I 1
lake front. He had a dummy furs were transported to- St. .. .. I
track which hauled the logs Augustine by horse-cant via ,

from the woods to the sawmilland Matanzas. There was no boat I ..

then to the dock where traffic at this time. Though, '. .1 :
the lumber Was loaded onto In a few years, when Crescent t t.
.
J. B. Johnston was a surveyor housewives hoursIn
barges. Al West operated the City was settled, the St. Johns spent'many
and farmer. He later be- the preparation! of lavish
Park people would -thereby
dummy. Tom Squires builtth go i
boat for supplies. :ame one of the pioneers in dishes. Big political rallies
big two-story house now
Irish potato farming and his were held with political figures .
In the 1890's other families grandson Albert B. JohnstonIs coming from all over the l

began settling In the area. still farming his old farm state. NOW MUGNAaE "'
John B. Johnston and his wife which has been In continuous Square dancing was a popular ,
Mary Ketus Carter Johnston cultivation for 74 years. Of form of entertainmentwith tbu2 18.75oncsr n
ROBERTSONAUTOELECTRI moved from Carterville In St. the many Johnston descend- big dances held in the +2s B ,

Johns County, ito a farm a ents still living In Flaglerare hotel and general store while :f I i
few miles west of Bunnell. three daughters: Martha smaller dance parties were :
With them were their five Pellicer, Katherine Bankstonand held in homes. The excursion

children, Erniest, Walton who Letty Copeland. boat, The Crescent, had a
later became sheriff and county dance band on Sundays. One
judge Minnie Mae, Ish- Other families who arrivedat of the Instrumentalists: was
am Lafayette, Mary Louise this time Included the Jesse trombonist Dale B. Brown, Sr.
& PARTS Co.
and Martha Kazleh. Born later Malphurs the James Millers, Other families who came in
were Katherine Delores the George Deens, the P. F. during this era were the Dr.
and Hester Coates. Pellicers, the Joe Buckles and Browns, the Joe Hardlngs, the SAVlN6SBOND
the Akins. They were engagedIn Rudye Shamblens, the John
The first school was a one turpentine, farming and Klnneys, the Henry Salyerds,
Distributor of quality room log school house built stock raising. A post office the Z. C. Hollands the Will.

by J. B. Johnson/ Aldrich was soon established.The lam Lewises, andthe, R. T. ,1
Hunter and Jim Miller and :
automotive parts Hamilton
real land boom started
located about t''
a mile end a
half from the Johnston home about 1908. E. F. Warner, who : 1
accessoriesit later served Flagler County
and which was about, the center
of the county. The first teacher as State Representative, TAKE A NIGHT OFF I '
111 ,>, t* .1 bought about 25,000 acres of '
was Charles Dupont. Mrs. land from George Deen and EAT AT THE CORNER HOUSE RESTAURANT' r:
BEACH Major Lamber later !
was
412 NORTH STREETP. a
Davis. He and his f
teacher. The school term last. Matthew SEE 'CROSS & SWORD'
O. BOX 1329 associates organized one of
ed teacher only three months and the the first big land promotfons. & SPEND THE NIGHT AT r

usually lived with advertised In northern,: i i
They .
DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA neighborhood- families. The ,
Dollars
school also was used for papers with "Five FOUNTAIN COURT
church services. Down and Five Dollars 't ,.
Month". Much of the land was
110 San Marco Avenue- Phone 824-2871
sold by mall order. Known as
CONGRATULATIONSFLAGLER 'L Johns Park DevelopmentCo. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. :{

., 1hey sold land in 25 acre
COUNTYJ. parcels.A .

three story frame hotel .
was built on a 50 acre waterfront .
H MANUCY AGENCYREAL park. A large administration \

building was erected

ESTATE INSURANCE RENTALSPhone nearby general, store as was and a a two post story'of ,4 '9i/ .. .:Aw ., SSV ;. ,:v .

829.9671 P.O. Box: 654 WOODWARDLOWTHERFUNERAL
.. fice.The
operated boat : I"" .
11.E AVILES ST. ST. AUGUSTINE company '
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service for and
passengers HOME I
freight. Two boats, The Mc r
Neil and The Crescent, made
regular stops at Dead Lake Joseph D. Lowther, L.F.D. I( :

COMPLIMENTS OF bringing settlers mail, prospectors
and supplies and returning 167 Vining Court
with newly harvested ..
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F. H. ROGERO CO. "
'. farm products. 1 \C, Phone 677-0451 '
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pleasure the early social ac Ormond Beach, Fla.

: AUTOMOTIVE PARTS MACHINE SHOP tivities. Huge flshfrles were
served on long tables set up
MARTIN SENOUR AUTOMOTIVE PAINT In the park of

142 King Street Phone 829-3494

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

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FLAGLER BEACH HOTEL BAR BIMINI BAR


Jim. Fields Lou McCabe

I CONGRATULATIONSHERBERT

: '" A <; r /,'.:, < BAMBOO BAR WHITE EAGLE BAR

Chester Bryant Helen & Lee Drazba


THOMPSON EVELYN'S BAR BUNNELL BAR SAND BARE

'eIyn Walter* Ruth WienHce r..... Can edy .

FUNERAL HOME.
;yI MILLAND# HOTEL BAR LUCKY'S BAR


901 I SECOND AVENUE fettle A Fl.,el GeMll ........ Mel BIN SI.., >!*>' r


PHONE 2S3-16S1 : .MEMBERS OF THE FLAGLER COUNTY RETAIL


DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. LIQUOR DEALERS ASSOCIATIONI'



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TOWN. or BEVERLY BEACH 12 YEARS OLD U1. .
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The Town of Beverly Beach, appointed Town Clerk and arM111ic t ....1iI..tR61si dltIL.IIl
a community three miles Robert E. Williams was ap .. IrA"'- 1 .plM
'north of Flagler Beach, was pointed Town Marshall. 1 tai ,, .. fil.! ...>rIIR
I incorporated July 1955. There Claude G. Yarn was appointed a, ,----
were ten residents living In attorney.The w a .a 0R aW.
I the community. The subdivision
was developed by Claude present population of i3' 1 ,, :
Yarn In 1947 and was given the municipality is twenty. :
the name, "Beverly Beach" by Mr .Yarn. voters. < ---
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The first town commission The present town officials ; ----

meeting was conducte4 July 6, are George Johnston, Mayor; 1 111 a 1 ,t -:0.: :
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1955..Stanley Farnsworth was Cora Williams, Edna Farns ,
lected the town's first mayor. worth, Ward Martin, Frank "
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Town Commissioners elected Williams and Stanley Germakare J __:-
were Robert Q. Elfstrom: Vivian the town commissioners. ..--
Elfstrom, Cora Williams, Opha M. Martin is Town
Edna Farnsworth and OphaM. Clerk. \
Martin. Ward Martin was. 111 r

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Members of the 1928 Junior
Bunnell Methodist Church Class of Bunnell High School.
ANNIVERSARY Front row left to right are
;, Observes 50lh AnniversaryThe 'Jane Warner, Susie Burnsed,
Isabel Warner, Thelkbel
Rev. Oliver F. Taylor, corner of Lambert Avenue Caine, Katherine Lord, Ruby .
pastor of the First Methodist and Church street. The new Duttenhaver, and Lottie Stone.
:J.lagler County Church of Bunnell, said the sanctuary is located on adJoining Back row left to right; Miriam
topic of his sermon at the lots at the corner of Toff.Winie Lee,Shep Cochran,
eleven o'clock Sunday morn Lambert Avenue and Pine Louise Allen, Homer Biddle,
Ing worship service will be street. The old sanctuary and 'Helen Cody, David McKenzie -
Front "People and Potatoes, Cab parsonage is presently being Margaret Johnston and
bage and Kings". used as the educational' build- ,George Kendall.
One of the nation's oldest Federal Savingsand ing. Plans are underway for
Rev. Taylor said the special .. the Loan Associations sermon about our relationship educational, facility on the
to God as we live In this site of the original church Catholic churches In
county will be given and we, building.Rev. Flagler County, St. Marys, St
Aiaiip I / as the other churches, will Stephens and the Flaglei
D have dinner on the grounds Taylor said "Let us all Beach Chapel, will have a
:; following' the worship service. remember that the worship of Joint homecoming celebration
a God should be foremost in Sunday, July 2.
IaMAMCN The Methodist Church, established the lives of his people, and we
MAIN Off .
PI........... In 1909, was the should assemble on this day There will be a covered dish
..... first church to be organizedIn to give our thanks unto God dinner at St. Marys Church,
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the early development of for our many blessings in life. Korona at 11:30 a. rn. and
Bunnell. It was located on the everyone is invited.








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FLAGLERCOUNTY .

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HAW CREEK CONGRATULATIONS








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50TH ANNIVERSARYGO


BIRTHPLACE OF







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CHAMPION 2 YEAR OLD


216 Volusia Ave Ph. 252-3796



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| the future of this seaside community. Left to right, Mayor Collins; Commissioner Howard Lerch; Vice Commissioner
Herb Fuller; Commissioner George Wickline; Commissioner Willie Harrison. !t
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'J" t HERB FULLER, newly elected mayor, retired FLOYD COWNS doubles as chairman, building .<7* l:
inspector and parliamentarian. He has been:1..'. '
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i. loan specialist from the loan guaranty division of :
S working on new developments and built homes
j the New York V.A. office. for over 20 years. He is serving his second term., 1't'

GEORGE WICKLINE, county commissioner for HOWARD LERCH, another contractor, is known
1. 22 years, has the distinction! of being the oldest as the builder of the pier house, the professional S /
f county commissioner in the state. In addition building in Bunnell. He also built two new houses ,
S George has 26 years of service as mayor and this year. ,, ..
commissioner of FUgler Beach. ..
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," ,,Iv, "WILLIE HARRISON, a retird Marine warrantofficer '
't W. A. McDOWELL has resided in this area since having served 30 years in the U.S. Marine
his retirement in 1948. He has always been interested Corps. Retiring in 1957, resident of Flagler Beach ::1 "Ii' "
in city affairs. He is presently servinghis for 8 years. He is willing and has the knowhow : } ,
;, third term as commissioner. Mr. Mac was for to do anything to save the tax payer money. He. oJ. ,)a d '
:i' merly engaged in heavy construction work and serves as vice chairman of the Board of Commision. ,, .
!: general contracting. .
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In the last five years we have installed a new water system. At this time we have

an ample supply for years to come. Our water is the best on the east coast. We

55 have a new pier house containing a restaurant tackle shop and restrooms on our

800 foot pier. During this short period of time we have built a new city building witha

meeting hall fire station jail and library. We have a well equipped volunteer fire

department. Our two trucks and many hydrants make it possible to reach any build

ing with 500 feet of hose. In Flagler Beach we have 4 churches a grade school Laun-

dermat a new post office a supermarket a Jiffy Food Store and many good mo-

tels. A new championship golf course Ocean Palms is also located in this city. In

other words, Flagler Beach is a small city with a big future. Therefore it is a good

place to locate.
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i' THE TH 1flSDAT. rvNE 29. 1967
FLACLER TRIBUNE $Otbi ANNIVERSARY EDITION
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BING'S TOWNCIENDA MOTEL TONIGHT and every NIGHT!
and FAMILY RECREATION RESORT "
REASONABLE RATES FOR I ,t.' FOR THOSE
OVERNIGHT- WEEKLY MONTHLY ,n ,j.' .. WHO DEMAND
I J \ THE VERY BEST .
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q ,fit V DAYTONA BEACH'S '
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HAWAIIAN ENTERTAINMENT AND
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Tent & Trailer I "rl i L *:

Fishing Camping Fishing Guides. ..'tl\ir 255-5411
2301 S. ATLANTIC AVE.ChUdrtn's .
HAWAIIAN INN MOTEL -
Mobile Home Park
shols PM Sunday
Fashion Show Erery Monday nlte.CONGRATULATIONS .
Rental I Boats and Motors

Launching Ramp

Gas 011Ice Bait

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Complete Fishinq Facilities AND .;. '

Laundry Facilities BEST WISHES N
Coin 4 Washers and Dryer '
tacs

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BUDnel1 Dry Cleaners


f" and Laundry

SNACK BAR HOT SANDWICHES -
117 NORTH BAY
SOFT DRINKS GROCERIES
FISHING TACKLE 437-3188
Children' Playground

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.JUNE 2t.-UMrl 10th AJfX1VEasUT JDmOK THE: FLACLtB TBTBUmC FACE T I,
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-' the meeting in ,Deland when'I
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Turpentine Was A Business this area;'discussed- becoming
Big r ; A new county. ,>
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Some of the families living j
In Haw Creek Years AgoWhen '{ ;
.....; in the Haw Creek section at
: that time were ,the W. E.
the narrow gauge White also put! up telephonelines Knights, the Nathan Roberts 1 :I
railroad was constructed and all the homes had the Welter Codys. the Harry
through the Haw Creek sec- telephone service. All the Cleggs. (the John Kendalls, they' :
tin two families were living bridge timbers for the Key Cleve Kendalls the Klefers
in the area. the W. E. Knightsand West Extension of the Florida the Headons, Charles Thlgpen '.
the. Nathan Roberts. Mr. East Coast Railway was cut the Will Richardson, the Lee 1,<
Knight was raising sheep and from the Haw Creek section Richardson, the John Bur- ':>
doing some farming. Mr. Rob and >manufactured in the U. J. ', rellv the Frank Burrelb; the <
erts did some farming too but White sawmill at Dupont. j Zeb Booes the Warben Booes 1|
he had a fair sized orange This Key West Extension is the 61m Spears, the George 44
grove and a large Scuppernong the present Over Seas High Spears the Buzzards,the How. ;|
grape arbor. way. ant Irwin !the Potts the f,<

With the many working people In 1907 Mr. White planted HAW CREEK FLOOD IN 1924 Longs. D. and Robertson the DeForcsts.had moved TheO n,
Into the U. J.
coming area, Irish potatoes for commercial
White built three houses two purposes on what Is now the B. W. Cody General Stow in Bow Crook at th. fat rsoctlon to the Bimini section only a 1 J
of which still stand. He built Cody farm. of highways 11 and 304. All creeks la the area oyarflawedV 'Short time before that. :1
the house at Section) 25, the due to excessive rains. .
house that the George Cleggs When the Dupont Land ,
lived in, one at Section 30, the Company took over in 1912 Eisenbach ,'
Creek to standard gauge. This Brown was the
built the Inn
location of the fall they Tippecanoe AIMTEBS BILL
present connected with the Florida first teacher and George Wlck Ii
at Dupont. It was under the
shelter this burned
out ( house
management of 'Mr. and Mrs. East Coast Railroad at Du line was one of her pupils. The Town of Painters Hill .1 1
several years ago) and the Gomez Pacetti and offered pont. The "Dummy", as the The Wickllnes had moved was established through 1'
Section the
house at 31 where
Iplendld.accommoda.tlons for train was called made sever from Dupont to the house on House Bill No. 298 which was ,'
Dick Codys now live. This that day and time. al trips a day to Haw Creek Section 25 and Mrs. Wickline Introduced by Judge W. L 1 1
house was built for his daughter thereat had house there. ,,1
and the people living a rooming Wadsworth, then Representatlve
Lllla. She died only two They also changed the narrow that time boasted of mall Neva had a room there but on May 2, 1961 which Is' i
years ago at the age of 90. Mr. gauge railroad to Haw delivery twice a day. Many rode back and forth on the the date the bill was filed In
people, used hand cars to go "Dummy" much of the time the office of the Secretary- ;'J't
back and forth to their work for her family still lived at State. 'I''
and to Dupont. The telephones Dupont. Julia Ferguson Clegg '
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were connected to the was the second teacher. She Gov. Farris Bryant appointed .,
CONGRATULATIONSFLAGLER Bunnell Exchange with Blllle lived with the Wickllnes until Mrs. Julia R Harvey, Robert
,' Graham Mcintosh as the .telephone they moved to Flagler Beach. Fraser and A. G. Jones as j 1
operator.As Town Commissioners and Mr. ::1t t
COUNTY Turpentine became a big Jones was elected Mayor at
the timber was cut from business in Haw Creek. A the first meeting.The .
his became large turpentine still located
area the people was '
ON YOUR 50th ANNIVERSARY interested in agriculture. at Orange Hammock. Town of Painters Hill
I Northern settlers began to Emmet Deen operated this fora was named by P. S. Johnson
come and build homes. During time as well as Major Lam. who stated that when he grew
I the harvesting season bert. There was also a turp- up this section was known as
PURE OIL SERVICE CENTER
long trains of car load lots of Intine still at Rely operated Paynters Hill and the name'
i produce on its way to mar by D. B. Paxton. In the late was misspelled in the House
! KEROSENE & FUEL OIL ket was a common sight. It 1800's a stage coach ran from Bill. This location is also the
: might be interesting to note St. Augustine to Daytona 'highest point on the East
here that Walter Cody has Beach and they changed Coast of Flagler County.

, Flagler Beach Fla. farmed continuously in this horses ait Relay-hence the The town has eight registered -
,." 'area for the past sixty years. name. voters and eleven resi

John Red The school house was builtin Mae Kiefer and Nathan dents.SELLERS .
1918. It was used for church Roberts were in attendance at
services on Sunday. Neva, 1

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. owners pledging 824-3346



'L, allegiance to our 967 Fords? 49. AUGUSTINE South Dixie,HighwayST. FLORIDA


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COUNTY




I 1 WESTERN AUTO ';


ASSOCIATE STORE &


SERVICE STATIONPh.
Galaxla SOO/XL
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It's the best Ford ever,that's why I Even quieter than
( the '66. 54'Cnger, too. New grille. New luxury. DINO'SOPEN
We've added options like Ford's SelectShift manual/ Buy now

automatic transmission power door locks a Save now!
390-cu. In. regular-gas: V-81 And Ford Lifeguard- HEARTH CHARCOAL
Design Safety Features are standard. What's more, Our stock of new medals' new
color. was never battar. Sao us RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE
we're to beat deal in town. Right
trading high any today and saw on low pricai,big
now. Hurry I trad..ln.ande..ymontNyterm.to suit your budfat Big savingson On of the only real charcoal hearth la Daytoea
Hta baauMM ftrd Oa4*.l.SOO
Visit your -and ovary othar modal In th.IJii1iiti1i One of the Finest in Herr Western Beef,
'67 Ford MM.
Ford Country
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Headquarters Drive the leader.

today! DM'tMlewK. OCEAN FRESH SEAFOOD

j. EXCELLENT ITALIAN FOODM.tsi..aeat


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;- 253-9344
LUCAS PAINT STORE

BELUIR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 23 S. Atlantic. Ave.

2U5 N. ATLANTIC AVE.
DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. HILDA CADLE MEYER PHONE 253-9342





LLOYD RANEW
HUGH HUNTER PHONE 292-6034
Itl. 292.9282 .
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BIDWELL INTERIORS

ATLAS WELDING COMPANY, Inc. .f1mwwmrmmJ.WlIf1 ISI0INTIAI b COMMIICIAL lliaMINO

AND /LASTING MTALLINN I/A// CONIRt PRODUCTS
FURNITURE CARPET DRAPERY ACCESSORIES'
ORNAMENTAL IRON STRUCTURAL Till
BY BOYETTE)

JOHN AND MARI BIDWEU 36 EAST GRANADA AVENUE
BUSINESS I TELEPHONE 672-0313: : ORMOND BEACH. FLORIDA
PHONE 0OI N. NOVA ROAD
2897991 DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA JOE GOBER 112 MADISON AVENUE
owMsR DAY10NA lEACH FLORIDA



VACUUM CLEANERS PHONE 252-4779
COLTON'S
SEWING MACHINES

WHOLESALE "LET THE ANGELLS DO YOUR BAKING"
WfLcomE[ TRAVfLfRS fURniTURE CO. RETAIL


THIMOITONI' A I/J' n Ifngell
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rH.87700411 U. 8. HIGHWAY NO, 1 PHONO SPECIALIZING IN PARTY AND WEDDING CAKES
P..0, BOX 772 ORMOND 295-5961 77-927B: GRANT A. COLTON
BEACH FLA.
EXPERT REPAIRS 541 CAKIWCI.L' AVCNUI
ON ALL "MAKES Hotly HILLFAA.. KARL A. ANGELL HALIFAX SHOPPING CENTER
LUCY V, ANGELL HOLLY HILL FLORIDA


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BEN'S .

TRAILER PARK Army and Navy Department Store

2V MILK NORTH OF ORMOND BEACH Headquarter for Work Clothes Shoes (S* $ools HARRY CROUCH

Authentic Western Wear & Camping Equipment REALTOR

EI=IV. RIOOIWOOD AnNUli
RT. t. BOX es PORT
ORANGE FLORIDA
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OR 7.1320 ORMOND BEACH FLA. CHAS. tUKIMAN,frep. C.r_.f Oran,.Av.,

252-271 Dayton>.ach, Florida PHONE 787-1894 RIB 707-O235


For Eitim.'t.i Phon. 253-4807

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!Bond Ed fJ P 'I.P RETAIL PLUMBING
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yzivice.C. : :

STN YEAR SERVING THE HAUPAX AREA

MOTEN CARPET AND DRAPERY SERVICE 'PROMPT MOBILE SERVICE: Osceola

,' COMPLETE KEY & LOCK WORK

COMPLETE INSTALLATION SERVICE LEWIS KITTLE w Wrecking & Plumbing Co.

y,. HOLLY HILL FLA.
BB3 BS7 THIRD STREET
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A'ft. HOLLY HILL. FLORIDA
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24 HR. SERVICE:
H54'/i MASON AVE. DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. 077.8339

LARRY a SAM FANT
HOUSE WRECKING


"8 ECIALIZINC>> IN IRE: AND SAFETY. EQUIPMENT": TELEPHONE 252-0243
TELEPHONE
253-1484 While In Daytona Beach, Stop at .




Daytona fire Equipment, Inc. Glydi? d10't't' ZPk: "'. KAY'S

BOB DITTMAN BILL RAINES aimacy RESTAURANT

CO.2 GAS Uiuxcetted Food at Reasonable Print

Air-Conditioned For Your Dining Pltasurt
2B2-3l.. 41S-9773
Phon. CL 2-5652
Ol ORANGE:AVENUE 701 WAYNE: AVENUE
DAYTONA BEACH. PL... NEW SMYRNA BEACH. FLA. 701 NORTH: RIOGEWOOD AVE. DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA 734 Main Street

Daytona Beach,Florida
W. B. MERTHE. M
2153.78154

WEYMAN'S APOTHECARY POST OFFICE BOX 8118

DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING. *

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R. cnu Inels insurance Agency
WEYMAN
ETHRIDGE, R.PH. CONSULTING ENGINEERS

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TELEPHONE 672-0131 EM6RO NCY NUMBER 253-7603 711 BROADWAY
DAVID E. GOMOON
DAYTONA BEACH TM.EFHONC
FLORIDA
QUENTIN L. HAMPTON 293.9201r



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,', Members of the second grade, one of twelre grades attend I
ay, ing clones In the new school building. Pictured (front row
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(unidentified)* Audrey Barber Marjorie McKenile Duane
; .' Deen Chloe Thompson, Teddy Crrfcld and (unidentified).
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$ ,:;' t t- ford (unidentified). Bobby Moody William Gelger Johnnie
Stanish. Mildred Cornett Vera Holton. Back row standing. I
Grace Robertson. (unidentified) Earl Miller Floyd Harris
J. C. Ceiger Walter bol. (unidentified). CJu UD. Spark'
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Bethune-Cookman College is the result of a merger of two Florida ..' '' I
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Institutions for Higher Education The Cookman Institute 4
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and Industrial School for Girls founded at Daytona Beach in 1904
by the late Dr. Mary :McLeod Bethune. In 1923 these institutions ,
merged, forming the present co-educational institution. Bethune- '
Cookman College is related to the Board of'Education of the Methodist -
Church. It is a Class "A" College with full membership in the 4
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools-the highest regional
accrediting agency; accredited by the Florida State Department of
Education and the University Senate of the Methodist Church; ap You don't
proved by the United States Attorney General for non-quota foreign pay enough
students and teachers; a member of the American Council of Ed- for what
ucation; the Association of Church-Related Institutions of Higher you get .,
Education; Association of American Colleges; Associated Mid-Flo- other ;,.. "
Optionol extras on most cars coma :
rida Colleges, Inc.; and Independent Colleges and Universities of fret on the Vofltswogen Kormonn Ghla. '''iJ
Florida. Entros nke. disc broke up front." A window .
Offering Courses Leading to the A.B. and B.S. Degree efroeter hi the reor.Bucket MOttln(he........ '
With Major in And door pockets on the side.. ,,
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THURSDAY JUKE 21.115f
10 _THE: FLACLCB TRIBUNE 5Dth JUI1ftVEJISAS1'EDmOK _


I BUN It ELL TIM B ERe 0 M PAN Y 9 I INC..:.


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our office U located on the foundatioa of the first city &e 4 '
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As a part of the economy of Flagler County Bunnell E ; ;
Timber Company operates a dealership in Timber and '
pulpwood and chain saw sales and repairs. There are
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AS A HOMETOWN INDUSTRY WE--'


Operate a modern chipmill sawm31, planer mill, Wol ." .
m&nixed pressure treating plant dry kilns and pallet '' ..
plant -

Employ over 70 of Flagler County's best workers. -

Produce about 12,000.000 board feet of lumber a year
sold throughout Florida and some offshore isla.nds.

Purchase about $1,699,000 timber annually: in six counties -
through eight Independent producers with about
7S eee>ployees. A

Are tea yean old this year, bat plan to keep growing
I with Flagler County. AboTe-Wadsworth Lumber Co. millsite in 1957

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History Of The City Of Bunne.11 I IWith



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the organization of the County Seat of Flagler the turn of the century. As the I
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the Bunnell Development '. .
County. sawmill left, the turpentine.era
Company In 1909 by I. I. Bunnell Stop had served asa opened In 1903,.with Lam. I
Moody and J. F. Lambert, loading zone for a sawmill bert end purchasingthe ,
Bunnell Stop was on the way owned and operated by AlvahA. shingle mill holdings of \
to becoming a town and later Bunnell, who left around Falrhead and Strawn of Jack
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sonville. They operated this
along with the turpentine a
business.
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CONGRATULATIONS Bunnell Post Office was reestablished
in 1903 with I. I.
Moody as Postmaster and
George Moody as Assistant z
Postmaster. With the turpen. \

tine business on the wane,
I. I. Moody end J. F. Lambert

purchased 30,000 acres of land
for the development of a
farming area with Bunnell as
HALIFAX PAVING a town. I

The Bunnell Development )

Company was Incorporated In
1909, with I. I. Moody ,as Pres
CO. Ident J. R. Sloan of Jacksonville -
as Vice President ClaudeE.
office occupied th next
Stewart of Jacksonville as space The Bunnell Bahk Building. i
Boulevard.Dr. .
facing on Moody
Vice President and J. In 1910. The building Is .
F. Lam presently
L. A. Carter of Baxley, Ga.
bert as Secretary:: and Treas.. known as fhe Idleson
had his office and small drug
ured. Streets Building.
were laid out
store In the second space.
and the land
was subdivided
402 Clifton Avenue Into lots for business and Housed In the third space wasa
home Jewelry store. The George Moody home at
buildings. The present The first space facing Rail.road Lambert Avenue and Church I

DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA two-story Moody Boulevard Idleson Building and on Street was occupied ,bya Street Is now owned and occu-
Rail.
.road Street general store by J. A. Ross pied by Mrs. George Allen, Sr.
was built to house
PHONE 255-6541
and managed by John I.
the home offices of the ...
.n- Choate, who moved here from Many homes were built In
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 611, Holly Hill, Fla. nell Development Companyon New Smyrna. the next few years and still
the second floor. standing Include the Hardesty
Leonard Durrance,. President The first church of Bunnell home now owned by Hubert
The
Bunnell State Bank
opened was the First Methodist Frier; W. H. Cochran home,
In
1910 and
was located Church which was built In c. E. Sisco, now owned by
In the corner I
Bunnell space where the 1909 by the Bunnell Develop' Mrs. Susie Rldell; the E. W.
Department Store Is. ment Company, and given to Johnston and L. A. Carter
now located.
The Bunnell
Post the Florida Methodist Con- homes; the W. C. Heath home, J

-- ference. They also erected the now owned by Mrs. T. E.,
Parsonage which was Included Lovelace; the Howe home Is
In the gift. now owned by Mr. and Mrs.

CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHESTO Bunnell's first school was E. S. Morris; the Anderson :
also built In 1909 and was located home, now owned by Mr. and
on the comer of Lam Mrs. J. D. Barber; C. F. Turn. II'
'bert Avenue and Church er home, now owned by the
OUR MANY FRIENDS IN FLAGLER CO. Street. Miss Minnie' Johnston A. A. Walker family; the W. I

was one of the first teachersfor H. Deen home, now owned by
the eight pupils enrolled. his son, W. W. Deen; the Dot)-
'.' This building, with the addition house, owned by Virginia
of several rooms, servedas Wyndam; A. S. Fowler home
: a school facility for Bun. H. Kruger home, owned by
: :: HERSEY PAINT & : nell until 1924 when the present .' his daughter, Mr. Nina New.

< ,. ,.., brick building was erectedon some; the Ray Hendrlcks
>% four city blocks which was home, owned by Mr. and Mrs.

i'\I\I ? ,! t donated by George Moody.: John Rodgers; the Jess
SHOP"t i/ Later an adjoining block was Johnson home, owned by
BODY 1 glvn by H. T. Cook for the site W H. Wells; the L A. Jett

; of the gymnasium.The home, owned by the Lillard
,\\;: Whites; the Franz home, now
r first home in Bunnell owned L. S.
by Cody; the M.
,.. was built by J. F. Lambert on Stone home
\ "': 24 HOURS WRECKER SERVICE owned by the J.
: the corner of Railroad Street F. Mercers! ; the Osborn home
and Lambert Avenue and Is
owned now by Mrs. Earl
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owned Mr. and Mrs.
now by
Day Phone 437-3372 Nite Phone 437-3267 Gene In Brockett; the George Moody
Knight Following
home
now owned by Mr. and
close succession was one built Mrs. Don Moore
; the W. H.
by I. I. Moody at RailroadS Bacher home
owned by Mrs..
BUNNELL FLORIDA t and Moody Boulevard, Helen Sullivan, daughter.
now owned by Mr. and Mrs. Other homes were built dur-
Duane Deen who reside there.
but
ing these years are not

-- standing today.

F .-S The Bunnell
---r Development
Company built the Bunnell
Hotel which was operated by

the E. P. Eagertons. It If now
known as the Halcyon. They
.r ;, _i1I Land Company's branch offlte
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In Chicago, Illinois, under lUte-
management of Thomas A.

Verdenlus, brought to Bun
nell many new residents and
a business establishments over
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the next few years. Some of
these Included the followingM '::


Stone Department Store.

The Bunnell Potato Supply
Company Offices with J. B.
Boaz as Gneral Manager.

W. H. Boeher ekmtth

Shop.
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G. C. MoAm Grocery M re.F .

: A. Rich, who brought with
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la4 .ponies and engaged In

;FLOi ID '$ MOOT COMPIETE SHOPPING CENTER the if very ...... He.was
I" r .aJee. a mall carrier and lealstate
BELLAIRPLAZA II ;:LOCAT>ID M!i !WAY BCTWMH DAYTOHA MUCHAMD Dealer.

I \ Vincent's Barber Hup.lunnell .
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Garage and Auto
Open MfMr Ttt WI Supply Company.


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THURSDAY. JUNE 29. 1867
13 TRE: FLACLER" TRIBUNE 50th Alflf1VEKSAIT EDITION
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(Continued from Page 11) which is now the present Star
Route from Bunnell.
Johnson Lumber and Sup .I
ply Company. The Bunnell Home Builder
{ reports that Mrs. F. L. Byrd
L. A. Jett A Build
Company management of the
,'.. ., assumed
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ing Supplies. Bunnell Hotel recently and

Bunnell Bottling Works. remodeled, repainted and refurnished
it. Mrs. Byrd was
Bunnell Ice and Light considered one of the best hotel -

Plant, which furnished ice managers. on the East
and lights for the area. 7A Coast:

Bunnell Telephone Company. Demonstrating the happy

and friendly atmosphere pre.
Bunnell Cafe. vailing through the colony
were the many barbecues and
M. Kanner & Company. 3 fish frys held for residents i
throughout the colony. One of
Barrell and Crate Factory. the largest celebrations heldon

Pool Room and Bowling on January 30, 1915, when
Alley. he first brick of the new brick
road was laid by little Miss
Smith's':: Drug Store, later to Drothy Moody (now Mrs. Horace
be known as Holden's Pharmacy Locke), daughter of Mr.
owned and operated for and Mrs. I. I. Moody. The cere.
many years by T. E. Holden.It mony was held a1- the Intersection ITs GREAT t
Is now Moody's Pharmacy. of Moody Boulevardand

Railroad Street, with pub-
THE faBULOUS
There were two hotels In .
lie speaking by several dignitaries
Bunnell at this time, the Pine
of St. Johns County.
Cove Inn and the Halcyon.
This waS followed music
There were two physicians, by
and the serving of barbecue. RfiW I
Dr. L. A. Carter and Dr. M. StPeter.
The county's first sheriff;
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Many things of impotence
E. W. Johnston, was appointed
On 6th 1913 the
February ,
in >:.Cie development of the
first edition of he St. Johns by the governor July 1, WJiY COURTS MOTEL<
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Tribune, now Flagler Tribune: 1917 until 1924.Moody (Continued on Page 14)
was published. This was ... Cotl THE BENH; ) '.
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housed in the Bunnell Devel TWO THRILLING HOLIDAY RACEWAY SPECTACLES!
opment Company's building,
Ed
George Moody,
with J. B. Boaz Editor.
as X MIONITE JULY
Johnson, J. F. Lambert and 3rd ry
Bunnell's first town officials W. H. Cochran W. C. Heath 1st ANNUAL ,.' Offering the finest accommodations

(Councilmen) were I. I. was Mayor; J. B. Boaz was PAUl "'
Clerk and also treasurer. F. L. REVERE including
Byrd was Tax Assessor and E. 250 ,
bridal suites kitchenettes
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W. Johnston was. Town MarshalL
Congratulations From

?. TUES. JULY 4th meetingrooms
The rapid growth of Bun.
CITY PETROLEUM
OLD
cocktail
restaurant, *
nell and
surrounding areas
ANNUAL
221 W. KING STREETST. i
brought new churches. Among
AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA lounge, children'splayground
them was the Christian, Seven
Day Adventist, and Catholic. 4 0 0 f t.
ANDTEXACO Several new organizations also rI1
came Into being,' some of ocean front on the exclusive
DEALERSIN which were Bunnell Masonic
Lodge No. 200, Order of East. north end of
ern Star N. 93, Modern Wood-
Daytona Beach. The address
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of America and Knights
ST. JOHNS of Pythias.The ? 867 S. Atlantic
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Ave. Ormond Beach.
ity organized the Ladles Improvement 10 A.M. ,

FLAGLERCOUNTIES. Society, Ladies Aid For Free Guaranteed
Society, Stitch and Chatter 8m's your chance to enjoy the first double header

Club and many others. racing program the Paul Revere 250 tatting at Reservations Call Any
midnight Monday July 3, and then the Ninth Annual
Anothen Important Improve. Daytona Firecracker 400 starting at 10 aan. Tuesday. Quality Courts Motell 1
,ment for the community was. July 4.
establishing of R. F. D No. 1
Mall Route, which covered a QUALITY COURTSINTERNATIONAL
co distance of 27 miles going
West from Bunnell. Later a
route was established to Bu-
low by way of Ocean City 876 S. Atlantic Ave.

(now Flagler Beach) and ORMOND BEACH


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MUSIC CENTER INSURANCE COMPANYYOUR


COMPLETE MUSIC STORE STATE IRON
CONGRATULATES FLAGLER COUNTY & METAL CO.

ORGAN & PIANO INSTRUCTIONS
ON IT'S 50TH ANNIVERSARY tructurol Steel Pipe Machinery & Equipment

Phone 829-8515 1293 U. S. 1 NORTH
LEONARD C. MILLER Representative
133 St. Street
George
poems 829-6200 P.O. Box 1569
Ph. 829-8696 St. Fla.
Augustine,
ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA


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WELDING & IRON WORKS :! ; CartceftRESTAURANT

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PORTABLE' EQUIPMENT* FOR .' .4 .
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ON THE JOB WELDING | : & QUALITY COURT
BELLAIR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER
41 Masters Drive h. 829.8261'. MOTEL .'
Phone 677.0041'
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. : i 2500 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
DAYTONA BEACH
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QUALITY SODDING 0tk '* ANNIVERSARY
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1829 SEAGRAVE AVE. OUR SPECIALITY.all S H I V E R OIL

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COMPLIMENTS ON YOUR 50th ANNIVERSARY

COM'IJNEJITS or In Business Since 1926 I;'


B; CI'S FLOWER SHOP Cartwright & Sons I

a & F SUPPLY BUILDINd BAND FILL DIRT BLACK DIRT
COMPANY
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Slower 9of cAll 0caJioji3 .... DRIVEWAY MATERIAL ORAVEL BULLDOZER :'

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I DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA '" .' DRAQLINC CLAMSHELL
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P. O. Box 3-

PHONE 437-3348 >f'LU1t1UAItLOlAi:1L W. E. CARTWRIOHT p. a. sax LOSS
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THAD CONSTRUCTION CO.:: INC. II Decoretor Service Cover
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:::; 'tit .' COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION

RAaow BNeNw 349 S. Yoa (U. S. Hwy. 1))
Onnond Beach Florida
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710 Boston Ave. .

So. Daytona, Fla.
HELEN H. CLARK REALTY. INC. THAD R. SIZEMORE NEW ADDRESS DRAJE1UES GRAN 'N' XLLIN I
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MO ellVUa ..... OATTONA "'CN. FLA 114 HAONOLIA AVE. RUTH a JAKE HERBEIN
n..C THAWC FtAH Its d. WILD OLIVE AVIE.
EDWIN L. BmuL DAYTONA BCACH. FLA.
St>!1.0100 DAYTONA EACH. FLA. SSOISMUASI.1
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LILY GILLEY L. C. GILLEY I DIAL CL 2-6209 CONSULTANT PHONE .a.onl .


a PHONE 677-4587

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!Daurona !Bw.AAaJln.a; REALTY & ACCOUNTING

WOODY LEE REALTY J R.al Estate Investment R'g. Real Estate Broker
SALES RENTALS SERVICE,
NOTARY PUBLIC
ALL MAKES OF OWCE MACHINES Bookkeeping; Service Income Tax Consultant
NEW USED REBUILT
TEL. 2U-3B3S om it TUIS txriRiiMct OFFICE MAILING AOORESSl
311 N. ATUMTIO' Aft
4 Cociulns Avenue Peat Office Box 142
DATTOHA BCACH FLORIDA Tomoka Eatate* ORMOND BEACH, FLA.
W. R. SHILLING PIUIDMT IU ORANGE AVENUE '
ORMOND BEACH FLA.
255-2457 DAYTONA IEACH FLORID 32074


TRIUMPH BSA BMW DUCATI MOTORCYCLES 24 HOURS a 9-5171
CUSHMAN MOTORS _

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DU I DAYTONA
BIRCH'S CYCLE SHOP INC. DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
R lSS''oll AUTO PAINTERS, INC.
PARTS REPAIRS ACCESSORIES I
PHONE 262.1M7 I Amt! ...-.sa. P. O BOX ISSSSOO
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CLEANERS ..; "; lASS & SWAGGERTY

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PATTEN T.V. SERVICE
DRY, O LE A N I N 0 sue) LAUNDRY '
IAlllolasIs. Product
FUN CLEANING a. tf ITOIIAG E
Frozen Food


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HOLUf too*HIUU KINO FLORIDA ROAD PRANK V. CHASTAIN HOLLY HILL, FLA. .330 Cartwdl,, Avt. Holly Hill, Florid



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IC THE I'LACLER TJUWtnfE ISOth ANNIVERSARY EDITION ,. .!.' -
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(Continued from Page 12) County line end led them into
St. Augustine, the County r
area were happening this Seat were a hearty. welcomewas
l year. Another happy occasionwas extended by the Chamber '
celebrated on October.22 of Commerce. At noon the u.
1913 when the dedication of ___ -i
group left, traveling by Hastings -- :
the brick road was held In where a short stop was
Bunnell. After impressive cere*, made then Journeyed on to
monies were In Chicago, Illinois Bunnell where they were re-
en October 9th, officials ceived with much enthusiasm.The .
of the Dixie Highway Association
and friends left that city delegation cars were'
in automobiles with their ul parked in the area of the
timate destination being Miami Bunnell State Bank where Mr.
Florida. Moody gave a short address
welcoming them to this, the
On Friday, October! 22 Mr.I. 'youngest city In St. Johns
I. Moody Chairman of St County, stating that a short
Johns County Commissionersand time ago they had been welcomed .
some fifteen other cars by the Mayor of the
of county officials met the oldest city In the United
group a{ the St. Johns-Duval States and now he took great


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Cabbage shipping. Bunnell depot.
COCOA, FLA. 32922 ORLANDO. FLA. 32805 -

487 PEACHTHEE ST. 15 N. TEXAS

TEL. :30S/636-0211 TEL. :305/295-4581 pleasure In introducing
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to the Mayor of the
DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. 32014 PALATKA. FLA. :32077 city in St. Johns County DON BELL

811 N. BEACH ST. LAKE CTTT HIGHWAY nell.

TEL. 904/255-3621 TEL. 904/325-5732 Mayor W. C. Heath SIGNSHIGHWAY
Very warm welcome and
Charles Bookwater,
Mayor of Indianapolis
one of the officials of the
ie Highway Association, & COMMERCIAL

plied predicting with very a great fitting LIGHTED PLASTIC SIGNSGOLD

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METTSSUPER LEAF NEON REPAIN'rSDESIGNINGSALESLEASING.PLEXIGLAS
delegation to the
lative session in 1917
posed of I. I. Moody TRUCK & WALL LETTERING-PAPER
man of the Board of WOOD.METAL-SHOW CARDS-BANNERS
MARKET Commissioners of St.
County J. F. Lambert of
Bunnell Development
103 SOUTH RAILROAD pany, E. F. Warner of
Johns Development 2522454If
J. B. Boaz of the St
BUNNELL FLA. Tribune (now Flagler No Answer Dial 252-6573
bune) an N .E. Roberts 701 N. Beach at Madison
several days in s a N s

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ANNIVERSARY EDITION __
PACE ic THE FLACLEZ TJUIUKE. 50th

(Continued from Page+ 14) men throughout the State of i I
Florida were guests of Flag'
working for the creation, of ler County that day.
Flagler County.
Newspaper There was just one thingto
accounts said,
A "through the untiring effortsof mar the pleasure of those
Mr. Moody and others In gathered on this memorable
the party, and the hearty sup. occasion and that was the-
port of Senators W. A. Me weather. There was a pouring
Williams of St. Augustine and rain for three or four hours
James E. Alexander of De- and not until four o'clock In
land. Representatives DeGrove the afternoon did it, cease
and Corbett the bill creating After that time a number of Hs+a ...r e ii l
Flagler County passed the Addresses wer given., but for
Semite without a dissenting lack of .space we shall only
vote". The bill was Introduced be able to give a short resume
In the Senate by Senator Me- of what was said by three of
Williams the most prominent speakers
Governor Sidney J. Catts. Senator -
For the next ten years all, W. A. McWIlliams andJ.
County Offices were housed In E. Ingram, Mayor of St.
the present Idleson Building. Augustine and Vice Presidentof
the Florida East Coast
From an article in the Bun Railway".
nell Home Builder they stated:
"Governor Calls: In is speech 4
"On account of the creationof
took this occasion to pay tribute 4'S
Flagler County, a great eel to the late Mr. Flagler
ebratlon has been planned for for whom the County was
July 2, 1917. A number of named. He expressed It as being
prominent speakers will be quite a pleasure to him
present and special guest of to sign the bill creating Flag.
honor on that day will be the
Governor of the State of Florida ler County, for he felt sure
Sidney J. Catts. The that the new county would
services of the Deland Brass rank among !he best in the
Band have been secured for State and felt so positive of "} r
the entire day and evening. this that he purchased a 40 ,
Bunnell will have one of her acre tract of land here-he ...,'. :' .- :
famous barbecues on that day, said Ithat with cooperation '<0$.:'" '......,.. < .
and In the evening everyone Flagler County was destined
will be Invited to go over to to< be a leading farming county
Ocean City Beach, where there of Florida",
will be a big dance In the
Senator McWilllams mentioned Charter members of the
Ocean Casino"
City .
Escambla and St. Johns
Bunnell Chapter Future Farmers
Articles In the September Counties as the mother coun of America. Pictured left
Issue of the Bunnell HomeBuilder ties. "This youngest daughter to right front row are Joe Nor-
said, "Bunnell had of St. Johns starts out with fleet, advisor; Cordell Robert.
made great preparations for the promise of great prosper son, Gilbert Higginbotham, COMPLIMENTS FROM
the celebration. Several thousand ity". "Some have said that Zach G. Holland, Jr". Louis
people had gathered ear. Flagler County is too small, Simuson, and Teddy Krol.
ly In the morning to attend but", he reminded his listen Back row left to right Henry
the festivities and prominent ers that "it Is half the size ol Mikulka, Martin McDaniel,

-. Victor Cyzyckl, Brady Wads- SHERIFF P. A. EDMUNSONAND
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worth, Owen Thomas, John F.
Clements, Curtis Deen, George
Allen, Ralph Novak, Bill Dur-
rance, Marvin Tucker, Bill STAFF
BuitnsedH Howard Hunter and
Jra l olton..
MMMt M MBMMBMMM
MMDelaware
and Vblusia, with
PARNASSUS BOOKS & the portion taken out and
given to Flagler, still remainsan CONGRATULATIONSMIL4ON
area the size of Dela
PRINTSBUY ware". He also said that Flag
ler County would be Just what
Its people make it-nothing
AND SELL else-but he felt sure there .
was a united': sentiment for
PHONE 824-3091 building up the communitywith
all the best things of life
159 CORDOVA ST. and just as few as possibleof
bad things.
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.32084COMPLIMENTS MOTEL
Mayof Ingram said in part
"Whei the question of establishing
Flagler County was
discussed, I told the gentle. !
men who came to see me 1105 U. S. 1 SOUTH .
about It that Mr. Flagler wasa
man of high ideals and,one
ON whose standards of all kinds BUNNELL FLA.

were high, so much so that ,. _
he would not permit a poor
piece of work -stand.. To my
YOUR 50THANNIVERSARY own knowledge, I have heardof
work being torn down and
done over again because it did ORMOND BEACHHOSPiTAL
not come up to his standards,
and In establishing the county
that would be named after
... him, you must set your standards
high to realize his ideals,
which, I am sure you Will. For

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ACCREDITED GENERAL HOSPITAL

LEE RECOGNIZED BY ALL INSURANCE COMPANIES
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VONNIE HOYT
CURTIS H. RODGERS 'I PARTICIPATING IN MEDICARE


OwnerManagerTelephoM R.s.rv.tions S24-35M (LOCATED NORTH OF DAYTONA ON A-l-A)

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437-3227 See "Pky iciaas & Surgeea Orteopatkic"
City Yacht Pier
U. S. NO. 1 SOUTH .St. Classification Fer Our Staff Physicians
AUfIIMIII8+ Florida
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BUNNELL FLORIDA

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Railroad l Ave.
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA 32084
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LEONARD H. Nix P. O. BOX 187rr.
PHONE B14.ISSO AUOUITINC. FLORIDA 1660 S. Ridgewood Ave.
FRED H. BO lAm. Jr.OWMT .
184 Su Wuoo'
SOUTH DAYTONA, FLA. ,
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CONDITIONING
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Ormond Beach* Florid 02074 24 Hour Service Phone 253.2143

Phono.677-5711 Ways 1629 S. Seagrave, S. Daytona j a

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.. IDA AND LUTHER O. UPSON WERE
PIONEERS WHO HELPED BUILDFLAGLER'S
CONGRATULATIONS
Rice Maintenance Co., I Inc BUILD FLAGLER'S PAST. MAY FUTURE WE HELP

Janitorial Chemical Supplies ARTCRAFT HOMES INC.
Residential and Commercial )# ie Cleaning / .
Uniformed Bonded IiMt,*e4 Reggie Upson, General Contractor 110 W. FAIRVIEW AVE.

529 Orange AY AU* Offices located at entrance to the Tomoka DAYTONA BEACH ,
Daytona Beach, Florida Oaks Country Club, Ormond Beach. 252-5728'
Phone 677-5512 .




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MANUFACTURERS OF

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Congratulation To

I i I SUNSHINE MOTORS ALBERT LANE PRINTING INC the on Citizen Their 50th of Flagler Anniversary County

f ENGLISH FORD TRIUMPH 517 VOLUSIA AVENUE HALLIE E. MILLER

RENAULT -JEEP DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA Justice of Peace, 7th District

I i SALES- SERVICE TEL. 252-8723 Ormond Beach, Volu ia County

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: CRAIG MOVING & STORAGE. :5.

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St. Augustine Zorlc Cleaners
FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY
MUTUAL
INSURANCE & Laundry

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Ir 100 Seabreeze Blvd.
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Holly Hill Zoric Cleaners CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Daytona Beach &
t Laundry PHONE 677.8401

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CONGRATULATIONS

t i" IH I IE ILSJEWELERS Western Auto Associate Store FLAGLER COUNTY

.- ROBERT A. GREENE, BROKER
THE FAMILY STORE
Oldest Jewelers in Daytona Beach J. D. JONES-OWNER Phone 253.0211
550 SEABREEZE BOULEVARD
Diamond Watches Silverware 23 W. GRANADA, BOX 1015 DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA '
Ormond Beach, Fla. 32074 I Specialize in Brokering those better tracts of
t Oceanfrontage. All Sizes. Ask Me about Them.


I DAY & CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR
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Trophies of Distinctionand Phone 252.0005 '. CLEANING I>pr
Plaques. COLEMAN RUBBER STAMP :

STARLITE TROPHIES (NO EXTRA CHARGE) CO.

Expert Engraving BODNEY CLEANERS CustonvMade Rubber Stamps-Marking
1128 State St. Devics
348 N. Beach St. C31 N. Crandview Are.Weitgate -Nameplates
Jim Altavilla Holly Hill, Florida Shopping Center 1914 S. Atlantic AT*. Telephone 253.1206
Holly Hill Haia-Shopping Center (Setter's Arcade) P.O. Box 1249 169 Madison Ave.
Derbyshire Plaza Shopping Center Daytona Beach, Florida


Septic Tank Systems Landscaping & Sod

WHITE Installation Repairs Brick & Stone Sales MILLER HIGH LIFE
RADIO DISPATCHED TRUCKS .
OPTICIANS S. R.
PERROTT
MANUFACTURING AND DISPENSING Sanitary Engineering Co., I Inc. INC. .
Sine 1946 30 NORTH WHITE ST.
Harvey E. White 220 S. Beach St. 230 MELROSE AVE. PH. 677-8220 P.
P. O. BOX O. BOX 836
875
i 252-0546 Daytona Beach, Fla. 677-1791
ORMOND BEACH, FLA. ORMOND BEACH, FLORIDA

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!i, RADIATOR WORKS TM..OODY..IITI..U..CO..ANY. REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE

Cleaning Repairing and R..orinl. 812 Broadway Daytona Beach Florida

: 830 N. Beach St. P. J. MOREN 14 DAYTONA*N.MIOOCWOOO BCACM, n.0It1D4 AVCMUt I Phone 2S2-7S98-2521960COMPLIMENTS
'Toms .
f Daytona Beach, Fla. MANA.KM PHONE 52.7111


COMPLIMENTS OF

I OF THE INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
I., STANDARD PRINTING ASSOCIATION OF ST. AUGUSTINE B I ILL S

and Offtee Supply Inc. EUGENE L. BARNES SON COMMERCIAL AIR CONDITIONING
CURTAN.CALHOUN AGENCY _
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J. H. MANUCY AGENCY 4il Commercial ife.4rial
t Adding+ Machines, Typewriter Repair6S .
VERLE A. POPE AGENCY ........l i_ 'WatWNIIIC."
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those of us who loved him
deeply I want to thank you .
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for honoring his memory".

Among many prominentmen
througout the State of
Florida attending the celebration -
of the creation of Flagler M t
County were: Governor Catts.
Attorney General Christian, 5Hl '
Senator McWilliams Senator :
James E. Alexander, Repre L
sentatives Amos Lewis of
Jackson County, David Shultzof
Volusla: County, Frank M.
Corbett of St Johns Counyt, J.
A. Riley of Ormond. From
ji
Jacksonville were: Judge J. H. 1 1't
Mackey K. F. Pederlck, David .
Mayfield Attorney General 4.r CURTIS tEIf. BAT BOY
Frank Dancy, J. A. Cranfordand
H. C. Cooper. feostboll was still a very
Sheriff Joe Perry,-A. W. Cor ;v popular sport In Bunntll in
bett, Clerk Abe P. Goode, Vice 1934 and Bat Boy for the team
President J JSL Ingram, JohnF. was Curtis D* n. Fans gathered
Dismukes, H. W. Davis, Rev.D. at Stafford Field to cheer
H. Rutter, D. D. Corbett,Tax for the IUlUMU nines
Assessor W. B. Edminister, The J. B. Johnston home.
County Demonstrator Cheetam Mike Stone was Justice o( stead In 1910 located on High
; Commissioners Mahr and the Peace District No. 1; Nor way 100, (three miles noith-
Roberts and Editor Henry L. man Keller was Notary Pub west of Bunnell. Pictured in
Brown.., all of St. Augustine.T. lie; W. C. Heath was Justice front of the home are left to CONGRATULATIONSRIDGEWAY -
E. Cobb of Tallahassee andJ. of the Peace District No. 2; C. right Emma Olson, Mattle
L. Middleton of Elkton. G. Yarn was Attorney for the Johnston, George Yonkers, Joe
Board and J. L. Pelllcer was Yonkers, Isham Johnston Lee.
The first elected county County Road Superintendent.School Davis, Letty Johnston Kate
officers were: I. I. Moody, Johnston, Miss Olson, Minnie
Member of the House of Rep Board Membczs were: Johnston, Ellen Olson Edith
resentatives; W. Lee Bartlett, J. J. Buckles, F. L. Byrd and Yonkers, Charlotte Yonkers .
Zeb E. Booe. C. G Varn also
County Judge; C. F. Turner, and Adelaide Yonkers.
Clerk of Circuit Court; E. W. was Attorney for the Board.W. .
Johnston, Sheriff; Adolph II. McKenzie was named
Deen, Tax Assessor; C. E. Pel-' Truant Officer.
The Board arranged with
lIcer, Tax Collector B. F. TRANSFER &
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of The first meeting of the the Hon. Robert'F. Gray, who
Buchanon, Superintendent
Board of County Commissioners was at that time employed In
Public Instruction. The Boardof
was an organizational the State Comptroller's office,
Commissionerswere INC.
County Z. G. meeting held on July Is*, 1917. to spend two days here to as STORAGE CO., .
: George Moody; George Moody was elected sist them in making up the
Holland, Sr., Z. W. Richardson,
Chairman, and served In that first budget for Flagler Coun- EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR
H. A. Eisenbach and N. E.
Roberts. capacity for many years. ey. Mr. Gray was later elected Mayflower World-Wide Moving Service
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Secretary of State and servedIn .
that capacity many years C. A. Thompsoxv President

before retiring. 15 N. GRANDVIEW AVE.

Flagler County assumed 16 DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. 32018
percent of the road Indebted. Phone (904) 2523676CONGRATULATIONS
ness from St. Johns County
also assumed 1.92 percent of
the money on hand in' Volusla

4 things i go County$1,000.00.which amounted to


Research and written by:
Eula Fuller and Leona Knlg t. ON YOUR

AIR ,SHOW SATURDAYAT 50TH ANNIVERSARY

BUNNELL AIRPORT ',-

betterwith According to announcementby
George M. Moody, coordl. '
nator of air events for the Fiftieth .. ID
Anniversary Celebration, _1
there will be an exhibition of .. ..
parachute jumping at the
Bunnell Airport Saturday at
2 p. m.* Immediately after the
Coke barbecue.On GORMAN COMPANY, INC.

Saturday afternoon at.2
p. m. the Civil Air Patrol willbe Wholesale Plumbing & HeatingJ.
in charge of air activities.

These will include spot land. D. ''Joe Bryant, Manager
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Several homes were
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knownas ters area. This was later soldto
built the cottage now
J.4-tfr TLACLTR BEACH 1315Right. the Kay Knight home. S. A. Baker. Sr., who addedan
ocean fishing pier to .the
Others building summer
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and pier
includedMr. property
.: George Moody; ctnter.. summer homes at the beach
stroyed in the mid 20's by a
horn of L L Moody tol t and Mrs. J. D. Barber, Mr. Municipal

and Mrs. Bill Lewis, the Simpson hurricane. The present
cottage\ where Bill Lewis re- is locatedone
Pier
Fishing
sisters Rev. Eads and the
.acted.
block south of the first
Center home Is still standing Brunner Brothers.
and known as Kay Knight pier.
During 1916 George Moody
home located from of the-
across
Beach After completion
built the Ocean City
Pier and Boardwalk. casino as a recreation center, homestead agreement Mr.
The building was 75' by ISC'' Moody had the property subdivided
and facing the ocean with a Into lots and the
side entrance on Moody Bou street property was given to
had all the town. Mr. and Mrs. Milo
levard. The building
The Ocean City Post Office
was established In 1915 and floor for dancing and skating, Seckner 'was the first custom-

housed In the WIckkie! store. a refreshment center, fifty (Continued on Page 22)"

Mrs. Wickline was appointed
Postmaster.

MOODY BUILDS FIRST
During 1913 the Post Office m
was Moved to the beach side
and renamed Flagler Beach..
HOUSE IN FLAGLER BEACHWith The Wlcklines moved also. ACCESSORIES

They built a two-story con
the fast moving development boat large enough to transport crete block building on the-
of Bunnell and the an automobile across the corner of Central Avenue and urn Fill MO AUSTIN REALLY VOLVO MOM1S NII9I

surrounding farming area, canal, and a corduroy road Fourth Street to house the SEQUIN FORD VW OWL- SLIMILY -SPIITI.
George Moody envisioned the across the narrow part of the Post Office ond a modem new FIAT niUHPH. AID MAlT MOLE
development of the coast line marshland. Mr. A. V. Wick." department store which they

as a beach resort vacation line operated the ferry for operated for many years before
and land tourist area. After many months. retiring. The second story
Investigation he found the was used as their living area.
land East of the Inland Navigation The beach proved to be avery
Canal could 'Only be popular spot for the'people Other residents of Ocean
acquired through homestead. of the surrounding area City settling there during the 8
Ing and September of 1913 and Bunnell where they enJoyed next few years "included Mr. I Iw

he made application to home picnics, surf bathing, and Mrs. R. W. Raulerson, the
stead 169 acres of land which camping and fishing. Mr. Dave Roberts, Mr. and Mrs.
Included one mile of ocean Moody soon added a garage, Cato with a photograph shop, II
frontage extending West to showers and dressing rooms Palm Dairy Farm and Chickeft -
the marshland. for the convenience of the vis- Ranch, owned by :Mr. end
itors. Mrs. H. S. French (Patsy Dur- rfolusla I
With the raw, undevelopedland rance's parents) and their
Within the first W. A.
to the year uncle
and no access George Moody. There
Cochran had homesteaded a __ _
beach came the tedious task was a store owned by D. D.
mile of ocean frontage on the IMPORTED 0
of transporting needed mater. Moody and store owned by
ials to erect the buildings in north, L. O. Upson and John Mrs, L. O. Upson and many
the homestead agreement. Ce M. Fuquay of Daytona Beach, others. PARTS 531 KO. BEACH ST., OATTOIU BCH. )
each homesteaded a half mile
ment"and other supplies were
Jacksonvilleby of ocean frontage to the southof Mr. Cookman sold his orange
shipped from OPEN 8-5 MON..FRI.-t-l SAT.
freight boats which served Mr. Moody, These home- grove to W. H. McKenzie in METMCwarworn
Jackson stead lands and the Ocean 1917 and was appointed Cap. REPAIR/
the waterway from A
ville south two days each City area comprise today's ain of the U. S. Coast Guard 2538118NFORNUTION
week. Flagler Beach. Station which was located TOOLS AVAILABLE
south of Flagler Beach on the JOSEPH J. DOUGHERTY
After the concrete blocks Ocean City was a small set location of the present Flag-
tlement cct the west side of her Beach
were made Mr. Moody's father State Park.
the canal. Mr. and Mrs. W. A
Leonard Miles .
-in-law, a
brick mason of Baxley, Geor Cookman purchased seven,
down the acres of land from the Bun
to
gia, came lay
blocks for the first home to be nell Development Companyand
built in Ocean City Beach, planted an orange groveon
which was to become Flagler Lambert Street' about a
Beach in 1923. The five-room mile north of the presci.1t' draw ON YOUR 50TH ANNIVERSARYCOMPLIMENTS '

house was located on the bridge. Mr and Mrs. A. V.
Wickline, who had resided In "',"
corner of what is now knownas ,
A-l-A and Second Street Dupont and Haw Creek for a '

just North of the present mu. short time, also purchased
several lots and built a home
nicipal pier. The family moved
there In 1913. They were located
into the home on February
1914. on Lambert Street about
300 feet north of the present OF:
To make the beach access. draw bridge. They later addeda
able, Mr. Moody built a ferry room to be used as a store.


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< 'X to lots from Mr. \ .
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S additions were made over the y & Fiftieth
next!: few years. The first draw .. ,, : tion a
bridge over the canal to the .. golf
t beach was completed In 1920. m .-.. -, .......-...S lI on July 1 -
,... ment will
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Construction of the Flagler ,
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Beach Hotel was begun by D. ,f .V. dents of
F. Fuquay and George Moody.
Mr. Moody sold his share to be
'] Mr. Fuquay before It was
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on
completed In 1924. A gala opening *
celebration was held on golf .
i July 4th, 1925. 'asb Country
of
1 Bud
\ Mr. Moody began construction -* the club,
of a business and hotel Walter up
building across the highway: flights for
from the pier but only a quarter the two-
of the building was erect.
\ ed before the famous boom
J busted. This was sold In 1945to
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Land-
tion fee

ers.Flagler Beach became an Digging potatoes on the r will be
week. In any
The County built the
Incorporated town on April 16, years. W. H. Deen Farm in Flagler .
ti present building In 1925. Sev interested
7 1925. The first town officials County h 1936.HOMECOMING. Beach I 1st BaptistTo
eral class rooms and the ca ty can
were: George Moody Mayor;
for
fetorlvtm was added In recent
Councilmen were Charles Have
Parker, H. W. Sessions, B. W. years. Special
1 George Moody at the of
age SET
D. D. and
Raulerson Moody
34 began the development of 'Music ProgramReverend ,
L O.
Upson.
I Flagler Beach. He was active. FOR PENTECOSTAL over live
j The Flagler Beach State ly identified with the. town's HOLINESSThe in the is
I Bank organization plans were development during the years hoped potential -
completed and the building serving as mayor and also as Max Hall pastor & out
was under construction on the a member of the city com Pentecostal Holiness of First Baptist Church of in a
corner of Moody Boulevard mission for many years. At Church Is fairly young In history Flagler Beach stated that In success.
and Central Avenue by Ed the age of 74 he began the in Flagler' County. Reverend addition to the Homecoming are
Johnson and H. W. Sessions. development of the marshland John Lamar LJngold, Pastor Service at 11 a. m. on Sunday, play, the
This became another boom north of Moody Boulevard says his church will participate his church would have a special System will
fatality. The remains of the which is known as Venice in the Fiftieth Anniversary music program on Sunday give all or
building were torn down re Park and Palm Harbor. Most by having a special evening. Judson Stryker is not a & the
cently.A all of the lots In the subdivisions homecoming service Sundayat choir director. The Beach Bap several be
are designed for a 11 a. m., followed by dinner tlst Church will also enjoy offered.
one room school served street frontage and a water on the grounds. dinner on the grounds after
1 Flagler Beach for a number of frontage. the morning worship service.





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BEACH METHODIST

SHOCKNEY REALTY HOMECOMING AT 10 ,

& The First Methodist Churchof 1
ACCOUNTING Flagler Beach will hold
homecoming worship serviceat @
10 a. m. Sunday with Reverend \ 'f ii'. ,. ; A .
: 4 COQUINA AVE. '"'=::. "
N. Hoover
Reynold J
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CONFIDENCE .
BRAND ,. a .... FLAGLEB COUNTY BASEBALL
NAMES ,. Queen CrowningBig TEAM IN illS

SATISFACTION Flogltr County first ergon
Event for the bed ball team in 1915. Pictured -
front row seated left to
50th right. Hobart Barber Larry
Anniversary Cody and Charles Bunued

G Second row H. Phenoa and
The of Miss 50th
0 crowning Omega Durrancel Back TOW
Anniversary will be one of left to right Walter Cody. Bill -"
the highlights of the semi. Booe. Del Miller. Uttey White
centennial 'celebration plan. and VTabum 100_. T. E.
ned for Flagler County July (Buck) Lortlace was the team
14. Sixteen local beauties 16, mascot
thru 21 years of age will be _

156 SOUTH BEACH STREET, DOWNTOWN vying for the title in the con. intermission,. awards for
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test sponsored by the Flagler
;the fishing, golf and beard
'""'"'""'-"""'" Woman's Club. Mayor Fuller
DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA PHONE 255-4526
to
will
Flagler Beach will be masterof contests be presented
ceremonies for the beauty the winners.

competition which will beginat Out of town Judges will

t.1: 6 p. m. July 4. Contestantswill give the contestants pointsfor
be Judged in bathing beauty, personality and
suits and, formal attire. Dur-'
poise.
Prizes will be awarded the
Queen and two runnerup
winners immediately follow

ing the Judging.

: 1'1}PiJtH- ? ,\ :,ffi?l" {i'4li9rfli ft ;;Th<<\ to Bank at The Atlantic'WESTSIDE
receive a crown trophy, $25
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@ ATLANTIC BANK savings bond and a bouquet.The
NI\JlQN: 'n NiQf1>aY p V two runnersup will each
OF DAYTONA{ BRACKCOMMERfcfAH
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_.M_' ., ,...'.... ....... .. : ...... .. Sharyn sponsors Abraham. American

'", l..'. Legion; Donna Aklns Senior
:.' f i i.:+ Citizens Club; Sue Broadaway,

:.. .1',.: Land 'n Sea Fashions; Elizabeth
Allen Black's Flowers;
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':" Faye Durrance. J D.'s Thrift.
.- way; Delores Deen, The Flag ..
P ler Tribune; Rabeth Hersey,
Civil Defense: Paquita Hugas.
: : VFW; Linda Knight Thrift

li :NATf HAtlrANK: Self-Mtssinne.Oaerated Car Band Wash Parents; Peggy .

Assn; Vicki Moore. Anchor
BAN Lf AT DAYTONA BEACHt :o.oaf- : ,H I AN GE.I Motor Court; Johnnie Ruth
1 %. DAYTON FLORIDA Miller Howard Lerch General

Contracting; Brenda Murray,
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UDC; Ginger Newell, Flagler
Beach Pier and Restaurant;
[1'" ".'-. Faith Wilson, Flagler Fire Department -
3.,
V'- & Auxiliary and Jo
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dates set forthe Flagler

C Y VOLUSIA Beach Fishing Tournament,
.... ,!,, '0' COUNTY one of the activities planned
NATIONAL by'the anniversary committee.C. .
O. Magee is chairman of
'I;. .. .. BANK :,' ., the two day event,
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All victors and residents
;':::;:. are: Invited to enter their

; /' .. catch In the tournament,foredbledish.
.. f "" if' ;. '" .> t ) $ There,will be two
/' first prizes awarded for the
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,. largest fish caught; one prize
for the smallest fish and one I

.. prize for the most fish caught.
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FLORIDA BANK T'IN11 rules all fish must be caught

.. .. from the Flagler Beach Pier.
.M1kWt wr "- NATIONAL BANK
and Trust Co. All entries eligible for competition
must be filed with
B at Dayton...eh the Pier attendant Entries:
'!At &,//, yore glossy" must be caught between the .'
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by R. R Moeby and Mack Me-
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1. A few of the Sunday
Classes In the Methodist
t Church of Bunnell. *
2. Portion of the Men's Bible .
Class at the Bunnell Methodist -
o Church. Front row left to

right George. Moody Mr. Me-
Duffey J. D. Barber R. L.
: Brown, Charlie Jordon and J.
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& F. ]Lambert. 2nd row F. A.
Rich Rev. R. L. Ramsey B. L.

Lambert Harry.Sessions, next
unknown and E. P. Eagerton.
Center back row J. B. Boaz.
3. Mrs. Lowrldge's Class in

Sunday School.
4. Mrs. Sessions Class Severalnot
t dentlfled but included are
Ellie Barbert Gladys Moody

\i Jennie Moody Loara Rich,
Lucille Smith, Luna Moody,
I Sunell Dowdy.
5. Boys and girls of Mrs. Ab
botts W.C.T.U. workers.
6. Class of young ladies Mrs.
W. C. Heath teacher front row
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lie Cochran; Center Bell Barber -
; back row, left to right

.F Beatrice Sessions; Eula
Smith, Myrtle Brock.
7. Primary Class with Mrs.-
Miller and Mrs. B. L. Lam .'.
bert teachers.
8. A group of people at the -
close of preaching services on
the beach at 'Ocean Qty ',
Beach where Rev. R. L. Ramsey
held services every Sunday
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In 1880 this! little community William Henry Deen and brought his family here in wwds to haul In the virgin ry M. Flaglr who changed it
'c! boasted three families and son Carter came from Baxley, 1905.It. timber to be sawed into lumber to a standard gauge railroad
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was called "Wlndemere". No Ga. in 1905 to lease the still. was during this time that for the northern markets and called it the Florida East
E waterway, no paved roads, or near. Espanola and one located ,Wlndemere acquired Ma new Coast Railway (By this time
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at Dinner Island. He was L. S Cody and J. B. Boaz
railroad to attract anyone. name, Espanola. Its large sawmill Espanola was a thriving community
joined the next by his operated a stave mill at Espanola
year erected with -
was of
These families were the Hunters -. many about 100 people.
Helms and Raulersons. brother Robert! William Deen branch tram roads scattered for some time. When
Descendents from these families and family. After spending through the surroundingA the partnership was dissolved: Later, as the railroad was
still live in Espanola to- some time in the turpentine Mr. Boaz went to Hastings. A completed and the mills began .
day. business the Deen brothers group of old time residents few years later Mr. Cody and to close for lack of timber
later became early potato shown enjoying the surf George Allen, Sr. operated a the community economy
In the early 1890's news farmers. Their sister and husband at Matanzas. Pictured left to similar mill in the Bimini became depressed and manyof
spread that a railroad was the Worth Richardson right are Minnie Johnston area in the present site of the the people moved away,
coming through to Wmde- operated a still near St. Jos Myrtice Richardson, Mrs. Liz. Alfred Tucker pasture. Then in 1915, Espanola beganto
mere from East Palatka. New eph. Jepth D. Barber came in. zie Richardson Ka-'e' Johnston, boom again as the ,new
families came to settle near 1903 to assist George Deen in Mary Johnston, Worth Richardson The narrow gauge railroad Dixie Highway was built.
the railroad possibly to seek saw mill operation at the site Letty Johnston and White originally built by Utley J. through Espanola. This was
work. George Durrance family of the old Holland home. He Mattie Johnston. was purchased by HenfJ" .a narrow brick road, which

came over from San Mateo. still exists north of Espanola.
George Burnsed came from Florida Farms Development
Matanzas. George Deen of Company began selling farm
Baxley: Georgia bought sevFeral tracks to new settlers coming
large tracks of land In fax from the North. .
this area and established turpentine ; "

*. I stills which he leasedto t ,..? Espanola then had a hotel
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His
operators. brother Mon i;;:
{ roe Deen and family moved house, barber shop dry
1 onto one of the turpentine Roods store, grocery store
{ MIll sites near Espanola. Later school and mail route. Elsie
t he moved to a camp known Hunter, using a horse drawn
t as the flappUngs In the Haw .1.1 cart was mall carrier. FarmIng .
became an important
r Cvwk area.Daatt part
et the economy with Irish
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Martin Dssn. another corn and nardsms
,I .: hwfear. came from Georgia -- :- tombs being shipped from Efanola ..
IK 1MB .. tease a stiU Just ...... with Bimlni becoming
west fit Hunter Branch and ..- a major potato farming ..*..
taWr\r his sow-..Jaw. Tourism
became another
$ mut G. Holland and ramitar important ....... ., the
tfcsf to'operMt the ItUL
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art bison an strly faminepSMfttoa m
night tourists
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Vol. 2 December, 1913 JVo. 1 Magazine





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Letter of Appreciation To Executive Flagler County's First Public Officials Were

I Committee Of Flagler Anniversary I

Many people have contribnator of Properties for Various Appointed By Governor UdttS in 1917
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tions for the celebration of the Flagler County's first public French Grandson; County rayed by Mayor Shelton
Fiftieth Anniversary of FJag- They have contributed: many officials! appointed by Governor Judge W. Lee Bartlett por Barber and J. L Pelllcer Road
ler County. We appreciate the hours of planning sessions Catts in 1917 will be portrayed trayed by O. K. Herr, Grand. Superintendent, portrayed byJ.
various contributions': of ,all in developing their special by their descendants, son; C. L. Turner, Clerk of B. Pellicer nephew.
these people. events. or the present office holders, Court, portrayed by present
in the Historical Pageant to cerk George M. Moody; ErnestW. ESTAXOLKContinued
The Executive Committee Sto the above Executive be presented during the anniversary Johnston, Sheriff, portray.
that has been working on celebration Committee members and the celebration. ed by A. B. Johnston/ ton; ( from Page 28)
plans since January many people who helped Representative: I. I. Moody Adolph Deen Tax Assessor;
when appointed by Flagler them we say "Thanks". Without will be portrayed by Bobby C. E. Pelllccr, Tax Collector, One camp was "Live and Let
Chamber of Commerce is duea their dedication this Fiftieth portrayed by Pi P. Pelllcer, Live". Another was "Rooster's
special word of appreciation.They Anniversary of Flagler brother; B. F. Buchanan, Supt.of 'Inn". During this time new
are: County could not have been Schools, portrayed by Ray families who settled In Espanola .
celebrated in such a grand Pictured In front of one of Mercer- Postmaster and C. G. were the Knox Jones
Lee Drazba, Coordinator manner. Bunnell's early automobiles, Varn, Attorney. Kudrnas, Teeters, Pellicers
Publicity and Anniversary owned by J. E. Deen are J. E. County Commissioners were: Prlngles, Cauleys, Gttllns
Edition of the The Flagler Deen Lester Deen Chairman Whlttons, Thompsons, Burnsides .
Tribune.P. Sincerely, Clyde. George Moody; Z.
John A. Clegg. Deen, Thelma Deen ahd Kate G. Holland portrayed by Deen Blounts, Millers and

A. Edmonson, Coordinator General Chairman. Poppell. The photo was taken Holland, son, Z. W. Richard. Cobbs.
of Fish Fry and-Traffic about 1911. son, portrayed by George The Harry :Murray family
Control.C.' Wickline present commission. settled In Neoga. The Karl
er; H. A. Eisenbach portrayedby Lord family bought the Aldrich .
B. Elsenbach.- Coordinator .- ( !' his son C. B. Eisenbach; Hunter place and ran a
of "Old Timers" Dance. \. N. E. Roberts portrayed by C. dary farm. Also, moving into
Mrs. II. Cowart, present commis Espanola were (the Emerysand
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Eula M. Fuller, Co- 4; sioner.
Harts. .
chairman and member of several School Board Members were:

committees.Mrs. J. J. Buckles, pmttttyed: by Espanola was depressed

Leona M. Knight. Go- Gordon Buckles, grandson; F. gain as the "boom" cam to
chairman and member of several L. Byrd, portrayed by M. B. an end and the Dixie Highway .
committee Puller former Superlnt d. was moved to bypass Espanola .
and Z. E. Boor portrayed by There remain in Espanola
Tom Lenaesn., TMMUMT. a Jojr. been, great grandson.Traant three homes that are
a e officer was W. H. MeKenzie landmarks of the early days:
R. L. McNab, Coordinator of portrayed by H. V. The Ettie Hunter home the .
Flagler Beach Activities. Peavy, prtatnt' school board Aldrich Hunter home now occupied -
member. by Miss Celia Lord
George M. Moody, Vtoe- and
Other officers the "Shore NufT Johnson
chairman and Coordinator of were: Justice
Air Shows and Church Activ .. e* Pears, Mike !Stone, portray. home now occupied by G. W.
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Itles. .S ed by Otis Hunter present Strickland. Today Espanola
.. .J3ii.' :. :'" : Ot commissioner; Justice of Peace remains a quiet and peaceful ,.
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Louis M. Stcflik, Cbonttna- :;).:. portrayed by Alfred Tucker, little community where they
tor of Barbecue and Program. present commissioner; Notary speak of fond remembrancesof
Public Norman Keller, por.r the days gone by.'l'HUKSDAT .

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i HISTORY OF KORONA AND ST. ,,

,! ML MLt t ., Polish immigrants in Chicago, Detroit and other cities, recent arrivals In this free land of ours, t-o.: 1.:t,
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1 :( were told of a fabulous land called Florida. The land promotion gimmicks of fifty years ago Xl'' ," j :

: f j ; ," :" .' \' '. ., were employed to spin tales of three crops a year, no snow or ice and ideal farming conditions.The '.>1
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J 'I'i' 4 ( j' ,' !':' desire to find a new life in the south spurred .them on. ., :.

'111; ., The first 35 families arrived early in 1914. Among these were Stupecki, Waszewski, Strach, ,1; ;: r:
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J{)1; ,' Trojanowski, Mazurewicz, Cyzycki and others. They began building their homes and a duplex '0' \(

I ::11 i ,;; home for ,their priest, Rev. Father Andrew Baczyk. Part of his home later became their first Post vl .:,.<,.: ..'t ::;.. '
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', Poor drainage, hordes of mosquitoes and no roads or farm tools forced some to return to Chi r

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\\. Ir homes began dotting the countryside. Potato and vegetable crops helped build the economy .

\ of Korona. In later years many of the residents went into the poultry raising business.
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I ; others. The Michons, Novaks, Pikulas settled in Codyville; the Krols, Kaczanowskis, Mlotkowskis, ,\,
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;: was turned into a beer garden and a large dance floor. Here, for many years, dances were held :, .
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\ J the major holidays. Church suppers, club dances made this the gathering center of the area. This ; ,' ;.\

.1 I building was torn down in 1959 to make room for fourlaning U.S. 1.It 1. \":' j

1.\\ :I was a happy day when Rev. Fr. C. Hoffman became resident pastor. His personality and drive \".". -',

,i I. made friends for him all over this section of the state. His desire to help his church caused him '.. .... ,

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.I .I." St. Marys Parish was attended spiritually by

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I : Beach until 1954., That year the parish was .: .J(' A, .. ri '.
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I July 2,1917, Flagler County's 1st Day .1






At the regular meeting of the Town
Council Wednesday evening CoL Geo. B.
))1' R Everson was employed as city attorney .
.y aMO he to have charge of all the ,legal affairs
of the city. ,
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arrived in Bunnell last week and has .I" ,
purchased 20 acres of land from the Bun'r;t
nell Development Company east of Bun '
nell. He states that he expects to remain -
here and will begin the cultivationof
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That Flagler county is patriotically .
inclined is proven by the fact that the r
people were asked to donate at least five
hundred dollars as their share towardsthe
t? Red Cross Fund. Rev. Ramsey took
4 { it the matter in charge along with some
of the other prominent men and in one ',:>'
E 1IJ day they collected $681.00 for this .j.J" ;
J worthy cause. ;:,? a: "
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I The fanners of Flagler County are re- : \ f.: '. '
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5 ralM0IMM4 jwopb,0' .n d arty< M. "
mwftto( etUvttluftMrtolnandtromlntnt mtn Urwkovt Bunnell Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock \
O State oSfloridavtr."..utI./riat lirtnitvUiutcl
> Many prominent men throughout While attending the big celebration in for a barrel factory for the coming sea- ". t
Florida were visitors in Bunnell at the honor of the creation of Flagler
county son.Every
time of the celebration of the creation of Governor Catts of the State of Florida, 'grower of potatoes should be
Flagler county, among them being bought forty acres of Bunnell potato present at this meeting and help to organize I
Governor Catta Adjutant General Chris land. The Governor stated while he was a company for the purpose of
tian Senators W.. A. McWilliams of St. in Bunnell that he liked our colony manufacturing barrels and avoid the. f .'
.: Augustine and James E. Alexander of much and may consider the erection very ofa shortage they had to contend with the ,
,\";{ Deland; Representatives Amos Lewis,..of winter home here. Senator W. E. Mc- past season.
Jackson County, David Schultzs of vo- Williams bought one hundred acres, and '
lucia and Frank M. Corbett, of St. Mr. D. D. Corbett, Superintendent of Mr. M: C, Reynolds and family, of t, :\ '
Johns J. A. Riley of Ormond Judge J. Public Instruction as well as several Jacksonville, who own a nice twenty x .: !
H. Mackey K. F. Pederick David May- others purchased farms near that of acre tract just south of the home of Mr. ,;;."
field Attorney General Frank Dancy Governor Catts. These farms total four Durrance on Moody boulevard, have arrived ''iJ:;,., ,'
'I, and J. A. Cranford of Jacksonville; hundred and acres and will be and are having their land cleared ?'", .
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." : Sheriff Joe Perry A. W. Corbett Clerk cleared and fence and immediately put 'with the expectations of planting .it this
:.;. Obe P. Goode Vice-President J. E. under cultivation. winter. "i'
Ingraham John T. Disnrakes H. W. ---- "
'. / Mr. G. A. Anderson who has been the
Davis Rev. D. H. Rutter D. D. Corbett "
Tax Assessor W. B. Edminster County Three very prominent men have organized cashier of the Bunnell State Bank for )'..
,I ; Demonstrator Cheatham Commissioners an abstract company known as the past three years has severed his re- 'ii.I'
Mahr and Roberts and :Editor Harry L. the Flagler County Abstract Co. The lations with the bank, and has left for s
\ Brown of St. Augustine; T. E. Cobb of company's main office will be located in Baxley Georgia to assume his duties ;j
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Tallahassee H. C. Cooper of Jacksonville Bunnell and the capital stock of the company with a new bank which is being organizedby
and J. L. Middleton of Elkton. will be fifteen thousand dollars. Mr. Moody.
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1Mi The City Council took the matter up ,
which met with the approval of all.

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; interest in the Bunnell Garage and Auto
", :," Co., has assumed entire charge as i
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and Perry Hall 1924Aug. 21, Ralph E. Harbert 1946.1960. Sr., T. E. Lovelace.
Fifty years have passed 1927. Killed in office. Emil A. Smythe 1961.1966. April 14. 1924 K. K. Knight A. G. Thot p.
many have served as officials 19274928. George M. Moody 1966. Z. G. Holland Sr., D. L. son K. W. Lord.
Williams
in the county offices. Officeholders Will J. H. McKnlght, Sr., 1928- Board of County Commission Gage. George Moody G. A. Joauorf 20. 1941A.
appointed and elect- en. July 1917.N. Pacetti J. L. Jones. C. Rodgers D. B. Roberts,
ed during the 1917.1967 period 1932. Ross Whitaker 1932- E. Roberts Z. G. Holland January 11, 1996 K. K. Knight A. G. Thompson
were: H. S.. H. A. Elstl: bach, Z. W. J. L. Jones C. E. Slsco J. F. Lewis Wadsworth

Tax Collector 193Ernest W. Johnston Sr., Richardson George Moody. Mercer F. W. Hooper, Z. G. Januorr IS. 1943
Clarence E. Pellicer 1917 Sept. 1918 Holland Sr. A. C. Rodgers George

1932.J. 1986.1940.W. Wells 194049ML G. A. Pacetti, R. Hamilton January 4. 1927 Moody K. K. Knight, R. T.
Frank Mercer, 1982-1962. Henry McKnlght 1952- Z. G. Holland Sr.. Z. W. Richardson J. L. Jones J. B Johnston, Hamilton Lewis Wadsworth.
Gale Mercer, six months T. Kendrick George Moody. George Moody, J. W. Mal. January INS

prior to D. B. Brown's appointment 1956- W. Brooks 1956- Jon. 6. 1919. phurs, E. A. Hunter. A. C. Rodgers K. K. Knight,

Homer 1966. Died in office. N. E. Roberts, Z. W. Rich. January S. 1929 R. T. Hamilton E. A. Huater
Dale B Brown, Jr., 11.6.1962. Marc 23 1986. ardson Z. G. Holland Sr., Ed Johnson E. H. Lott, W. George Wlckline.Joauorr .
Tax Assessor P. A. Edmonson. George Moody G. A. Pacetti. E. Knight Z. G. Holland, Sr.. 1944E. i

Adolph Deen 1917-1920 Juns 1, 1911George E. A. Hunter. A. Hunter I. & WadsY
Ed Johnsom, 1920.1_. Board of Edeeethm Chairman. Moody, G. A, Pacet January 6. 1991 worth R. T. HamlMtm, R. W.
Hobert Barber 19tt4s. W. H. D en, ti, Robert Hamilton Z. G. Holland Ed Johnson G. E. Allen, Cody George E. WiekHne.J .
EisenbachJ.
died in office. H. A. Sr., A. J. Batman W. E. Knight, Z. G. Holland, Dewey Moody lft2-l4 J. Buckles, Jan. 1C. Itti Sr., J:. A Hunter. R. W. Cody GeorsjsvWkkline -
Supt.
died in office. D. B. Brown N. E. Roberts, Z. G. Holland, fssmsay M. ItMId R. T. Hamilton, L. C.
Don Mom!." 1M4.ConAtY Trust*** Sr., George Moody c. C. Jordan : Johnson G. E. Alias W. Wadsworth E. A. HuiMST.Jmmmmf .
JveVfe J. F. LambertT. J. A. Hunter.Merck E. Knight Z. G. Holland, *. a-
W. Lee .Bartlett IMT-ltm E. Hoiden 4. IMI A. G. Thompson John A Clegf, E. A. Hunter. t'

George R. ....... Msi. Marjorie A. Vans N. E. Roberts, George Moody J-- t. 1- c. H. Cowart Alfred Tttctor,
Sep. 1931. Erected |In 1924.TalleY AMfcT. Z. G. Holland Sr., Knosc Jaws, G. E. Alton, Goorsje Ms*.*. Geocffs Wlckline.JMMMRV .
H. A. Eisenbach. Oet lift. W. B. A W. D. C. C. Jordan. Harry Ctoff. Bobstt. Hurt.ton IMs)

Juy 1945. Died la ... I.... Conbs. Jt.f-t S, Mtl J:. A. 8...... George Wlcklne Mm A.
E. W. Johnston ST.. Jyr A. Z. Ittner Ca. mont N. E. Roberts, S. R. Fields, Jersey I- Ctefg C. H. Cowart, matt
1945-1956. Cloak .4 lees CInIItt 1117.1111. C. C. Jordan Z. G. Holland, G. X. Allen. Ed 101....., 1C.1C i... Alfred Tucker.

Duane A. Dean, IfB ..1MLT. C. Turner, 1919.leb. 1. ST., Knox Jones.JsaitssY Knight Robert Hamtton, J--.y 1- .
K. McKnlght 19& J. C. Geiger 8- lilt H. A. Hunter. Otis Hunter, Alfred Tudtsf
Sheriff 1998. Died in office. Sr., 1938- George Moody, c. A. Pacetti J....., I" 1941 George Wlckline C. H. Cow
Ernest W. Johnston Sr.. Dale B. Brown J. L. Jones, Z. G. Holland A. C. Rodgers D. B. Roberts art Louis Steflik.l .
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COMMITTEE DEVOTES Town of Dupont

Public Instruction Speak to BaptistsMembers MANY HOURS TO PROGRAMOne Busy Community

Members ListedFirst of the ..
tlst First Bap- of the first activities of pleted, came the task of selecting
YearsNear
Church of In
Bunnell Early
plana the Executive Committee of scenes to be portrayed
school board meetingwas big day with worship and the Flagler Fiftieth Anniversary on the football field while the
held on July 3, 1917. fellowship on July 2nd as
part
read the
was the hold a public histoy was being over
the of the
of the turn century
Flagler
of the Boardof Fiftieth
First members Anni- meeting to get the views of public address system. After Utley J. White moved

Public Instruction of Flag. versary. the citizens of the county as the.scones were selected, they from Hastings, Florida, to Du.

ler County: Florida, appoint. The Reverend Tom Pinner, to how they would like to cel had to find many people needed pont He had come from Illinois .

ed on' the 25th day of June, a former pastor will speak at ebrate. A group of ladles was to act out the scenes, prepare to Hastings and had

1917,were: the morning worship service. present to suggest a historical costumes. locate properties built the White Towers Plantation .
B. F. Buchanan, Superintendent -
Rev. Pinner Is now pastor of pageant. etc. there. He was the first

First Baptist Church of Hla- The chairman When all this had been man to raise Irish potatoes on
F. L. Byrd District, No. I, leah. general acknowledged
Chairman of the Board. the idea to be done the awesome question a commercial basis in that

Zeb E. Booe, District No. 2. Also, returning for the eel- good, but asked, "Do you real- comes up "Now, what if it area. At Dupont, he went Into
J. J. Buckles, District No 3. ebratlon is the Reverend John ize how much work is required rains?" If rain does come the logging and lumber bus.
to do ?" Mrs. Monday night, July 3rd, the iness. He built a large saw
E. B. Loughridge, Superintendent M. Dickson a former pastor a good Job
August 3, 1918. who will assist In the mom- Emma H. Murray spoke up pageant will have to be postponed mill as well as a planing mill
and 'said "Yes know it to July 5th. It is too and stave mill. A railroad was
Ed Johnson, Superintendent ing service .Rev. Dickson Is we
December 20, 1918.I. now Chaplain of Florida 'lakes a- lot of work and we big to be moved indoors and 'necessary to carry on this
work, so he first built a tram-
do It". other activities are plannedfor
H. Fder, Board Member School for Boys in Okeechobee. can
road to Green's Island
4, 1919. July 4th. So, at presstlme near
January
Mrs. Murray was then appointed of the anniversary edition, the Flagler Beach. He then constructed
W. E. Knight Board Member
7 1920D. Dinner on the grounds will chairman of the Pag committee is praying, "It Just a narrow gauge rail.

August. B. Brown, follow the morning worship eant Committee. She selectedthe can't rain after all this work'. road to Haw Creek. This extended .
Superintendent
service. Arrangements are be- following members of her as far as Tlpperarya -
8 1921.
January Ing handled by the deaconsand committee: John A. Clegg, place Just across Little Haw
McKenzie
W. H. Board their wives. Jack Hosford Prances Edmonson, Eula M. Creek on the Seville road.
Member January 8, 1921. "Old Timers"Airport
is chairman of deacons.Barbecue Fuller, Mary Ketus Holland,
W. R. Malp'hurs.' Board and Leona M. Knight. Dupont became a beehiveof

Member January 8, 1921. Dance activity. Mr. White built
W. II. Deen, Board Member Sat. The first Job of the commit. homes for the many white

October: 1, 1921. tee was to select the historicalareas Saturday NightThe people employed there and
H. A. Elsen bach, Board to be used as scenes in the "quarters" housed more

Member January 6, 1923 By Flagler the pageant. Eighteen basic. than two hundred fifty colored .

July 5. 1924D. areas were selected beginningwith Country Club and Idle- folks. His own dwelling

B. Brown, Suoerlntend- CattlemenA the early Indians and on wood Clubs have Joined together The Mansion House was a

ent; W. H. Deen, Chairman; down to Flagler in. 1967. to sponsor an "Old show place. He had a large

J. J. Buckles, H. A. Eisenbach. special event of the Anniversary timers" Dance to be held at commissary which Walter
Next the committee had to
Nerembu 4. 1924D. activities will be the airport hangar Saturday Cody operated for him' from

B. Brown, Superlnend- barbeque sponsored by the a write "scripts" or historical night. Weather permitting, 1903 until he sold his hold-

ent; George L Blddle, Chairman Flagler Cat emen'! Associa background. of the eighteenareas. much of the dancing will be ings. There were two boarding

District No.2; Harry tion. The barbeque will be on the open air apron in frontof houses, one o:* either side of

Clegg, District No.1, Henry staged at the Bunnell Airporton This required research of old the hangar. If weather Is the railroad track.

Salyerds, District No. 3. the Flagler Beach highway records, land grants, maps, Inclement there will be plenty Some of the families livingat

January 8. 1927D. from 11:00 a. m. to 2 p. m. deeds, newspapers, family room on the inside. Tickets Dupont at that time were

B. Brown, Superintend. Lyman Gage, president, .is pictures, etc, Great effort was have been on sale for some the L. S. Codys, the A. B.
time at nominal
ent; George L. Biddle. Chair supervising: the affair andsays made to see that the accounts a charge Wlckllnes and Dr. Brown and

man; Harry Clegg, John O. It will be Just like Crack were accurate and factual. which is hoped will defrayth his family. Dale Brown, Sr.
cost of the
contracting orche.tra.
Buckles. er Day barbeques. There will Questionalies were sent to all helped out at the commissary
November 6. 1928Z. be a nominal charge which "old" families and "later old" some of the time.

E. Booe, Superintendent will merely defray the cost of families to get background in Danny High and the Shamrock

; W. H. Deen, Chairman', food and supplies. formation. Many respondedand Orchestra, who played Around\ 1910, the Cody

Dlstlct No.1; Harry Clegg, others had to be Inter for the recent Cabbage Ball, brothers, Walter and Larry,
District No. 2; J. O. Buckles, Louis M. Steflik, chairmanof viewed. will provide music for the eve. homesteaded some land at

,District No.3.HO"mher Board of County Commis. ning. The Shamrocks are noted Codyville. Later they operateda
stoners, will be in After scripts were completed
4 1930 charge of a for quality listening and shingle mill on their property -
special "Old Timers" Mrs. Ruby D. Cody graciously
Z. E. Booe, Superintendent; program dancing msulc for all occa. : .
M. B. Fuller, Chairman, District which will be a feature during accepted the task of sions.
the editing the manuscript to put A one room school house
No 1; K. K. Knight, District barbeque. He will be
No. 2; Grace S. Lord, District assisted by M. B. Fuller in In. together a harmonious historical A special feature of the was built. Mimic Burnett was
No. 3. troducing visiting dignitaries, work out of eighteen sep- evening will be the beard the first teacher and Ruth

April Z. 1932 some of the older residents, arate scripts. She wrote the Judging contest. There are Trissell Cody the second.

W. J. Kinney appointed to original office holders of 1917 story of Haw Creek and Du. about thirty local bearded When the building burned

flll uhexplred term of Mrs. and hold the drawing for the pont. "old timers" who will be the children were transportedby

Grace S. Lord.1o.emb.r winnr of the "Special Permit" competing for a trophy for "dummy" train to the
Then, with the history corn- ,
school in Haw Creek. "
8. 1932 prize. the longest beard, best shaped

Z. E. Booe, Superintendent; beard and funniest beard. The Dupont Land Companyof

K. K. Knight. District No.2, Mrs. Leona W. Elssnbach King, J. H. McKnight, Jr.; Har- Mrs. Freda Been, Mrs. Janice Scranton, Pa., bought out
CaJrmaw; W. H. Deen, District ;served at Acting Seeretary to old Emery. Murray and Mrs. Joy Steflik Mr. White's interests in 1912.
were co-chairmen of the dance
No.1 W. J.
; District
Kinney, the Board of Public Instiuc-
No. 3.Ifnember. tlon during the lntelm periodof July. 1958 committee, while City Commlssldner -
C. B. Eisenbach is
Donlla D. Chastaln Super.
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February 28, 1946 to March
8, 1934 coordinator of the dance
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intendent; W. L. Dunson, Harold pro.
1946.
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Z. E. Booe, Superintendent; Emery, Herschel C. King, gram.
1 Uirch: 1. 1946 Americaneeds
District No. ,
G. L. Biddle,
John A. Clegg, Superintend- J. H. McKnight, Jr., RaymonF.
Chairman; K. K. Knight, District
Tucker.
relected for 2 T. K.
years.
No. 2; J. O. Buckles, District 15. 1956
McKnight. Chairman of the August

No.3.Jcmuary 5.. 1937 Board; George R. Kendall, Z. D. Holland appointed Fish Fry By ,
District No. 2; W L. Dunson, Superintendent upon resignation
M- B. Fuller, Superintend.em
of Donella Chastain.
; G. L. Biddle, Disc lct No. District No.3.Ko..mbar 4. 1947. January 8. 1957 Timber Growers

1, Chairman; Hazen M. Benson John A. Cleg, Suprlnterdent Z. D. Holland, Supeintend- yourhelp

District No 2,5: F. L. Mai- T. K. McKnight Chair. ent; W. L. Dunson, Herschel Monday EventThe
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phurs, District No. 3. man; W. L. Dunson, George R. C. Kng Raymon F. Tucker,
January 3. 1939 Kendall. Harold Emery, J. H. McKnight, !

M. B. Fuller, Superintend. Two new board memberswere Jr. Flagler Timber Grow

ent; G. L. Biddle Chairman; appointed by Governor 6. 1859 ers Association: will stage

.Hazen M. Benson, O. O. Thom Caldwell. They were: Z D. Holland Superintendent their annual free fish fry Monday .

as. Harold Emery and M. L. ; Herschel C. King, Ray' afternoon from 5 p. m to Put your money
January 7, 1941Z. Johnson. mon F. Tucker, W. L. Dunson, 7:30 at the Rayonler Head

D. Holland, Superintend. January 5. 1949<< Harold Emery, Roy E. Llkins. quarters about 5 miles northon where heartIs
ent; Claude S. Deen, DistrctNo. John A. Clegg, Superintendent : February 22. 1960 '.- US 1. This has been an annual your

1; George R. Kendall District T. K. McKnight, Chair. Ria A. Johnston appointedto event for a number of in America.
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No. 2, Chairman; F. L. W. L. Dunson, Gecrgc flll unexpired term of Her. years and this year the timber
man;
Malphuis District. No. 3. R. Kendall, Harold Emery and schel C. King. growers agreed to makeit U.S.Savings
January 5. 1943 M. L. Johnson. January 3. 1961Z. a part of the Flagler Fiftieth Buy .

Z. a Holland, Superintendent 8. 1951 D. Holland, Superintend. Anniversary.Food .
January
t; Claude S. Deen, DistrictNo. Superintendewt ent, Mrs. Ria A. Johnston Bonds
John A. Clegg,
1; George R. Kendall, Dis.- Chairman Walker L. Dunson, Roy E. Llk-i preparation Is under i .
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trict No. 2, Chairman of the Harold; M. Emery L. Johnson, W.,L. Dunson, ins, Raymon F. Tucker, Harold who the supervision Is assisted of G. B. Kelly and: ,the new
by Harry Mc.
Board; F. L Mai phurs.llcvcmt'ar Bow. Emery. +
Harold
T. K. McKnight, and P.
Kinney A. Edmonson,
30. 1943Z. January 8. 1963Z. hlghor4nterestFreedom
D. Holland, Superintend den. D. Holland, Superintendent Sheriff. Timber growers who
30. 1952
ent. Called ir>"o Military Serv June Superintend ; Herschel C. King, Ray. are participating In sharingthe Slteres.*
A. Clegg,
John
expense of the fish fry are:
ice, granted leave of absenceby mon F. Tucker, James E.
L. Holl ent, resigned. Harold Allen Lands, Inc., Bunnell
Governor Spessard Crews, Emery, Mrs.
Cha-totaln was
Dcnnella D.
Timber Co. Inc.
Myrtle C .Rice. Flagler Coun
and.Hazen appointed by Governor Warren ty Farm Bureau, Hudson
M. Benson, Superintendent January 4, 198* Pulp
the unexpired term
to fill, and Paper Corp., Owens-Ill
Board of PHMte In. Coy G. Harris, Superintend
,fill of Mr. Cleg Herschel inofe Glass Co., Rayonier, Inc.,
Btrucion appointed list to em; C. King, Ray-
unexpired term of Mr. Holl Jwiisry 1968 D. Chaetam, Superintendent men F. Tucker, James E. 9t Regis' Paper Co., Raymon
Donella F. Tucker
and L.
E. Wadswertn. -
Crew Harold Mrs.
and. ; Harold Emery, Emery, .
January 2. 1M Chairman; W. L. Duneon, H. Myrtle C. Rice.January .

?. Brady Wadeworth, lupK'tnteadent C. King, Raymon F. Tucker, 4. 1967 There will not be a program .
; George R. KewWI. M. L. Johneon. Coy G. Harris, Superintendent scheduled at the Mi fry
Chairman of the Board; Z. K. 4.2961Donnela ; Harold Biueiy, MM. Myrtle ainee all fueata are Invited to -
January
Booe, F. L.,Malphurs. D. Chastaln Superintendent C. Rice, Rytnon F. Tucker, attend he Historical Pageant

February *<. 184. ; W. L. Dunson, John D. Ferryman Howell V. later in the evening at the

J. Brady Wadsworth. Superintendent Chairman; B. F Tuck }J. C. Peavy. Bulldog Stadium in Bunnell.

resigned.

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