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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: September 3, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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VOLUME 52, JMO. 35 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1964 $2.60 A YEAR : !

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Flagler Beach Has I i Marsh Hen Season, 11 I Coaches Set i Flagler Classroom 'Flagler County !


Plans For City Hall (Opens. Saturday i Rules Clinic forTuesday Teachers MeetingMembers Pupil Enrollment I


Recreation Center I Marsh hen hunters will openFlorida's Next of the Flagler County
I I 1964-65 hunting season Classroom Teachers Associa. First Day Is 1224The

The City of Flagler Beach Is at sunrise Saturday, September All Interested fans of the tion enjoyed their annual social carefree days of summer

completing plans for a new City I,,5, according to A. D. Aldrich, di Bunnell Bulldogs are invited to Friday at 12:30: at the Dolphin vacation came to a screeching

Hall and Recreation Center :rector Game and Fresh Water attend a Rules Clinic at 7:30 I Restaurant, Marinel&nd. halt Monday morning when 1221

which will be constructed on the II, Fish Commission. The days I Tuesday evening at the stadium, Mrs. Daisy Moody, president, Flagler County students answer.

property facing 2nd street and hunting will end at sunset. : Head Coach Bo Manuel said "called the meeting together and ed the school bells at 8:30.:
Central avenue. The present I I today.
the rails first recognized Mrs. Charles
Hunting migratory
recreation center and City hall j I The clinic will be conducted Tonkin who beautiful At the Bunnell High School,
and galllnules (marsh hens) presented a
buildings will be demolishedand four football : a total of 604 students were en.
by officials, Includ
monologue on the member-
will be allowed for 69 consecutive ,
the new building will be days ending November 13. ing Coaches Cliff McGriff and ship and role of members of the rolled. In the Senior and Junior I
erected on the same site. I Bill High School 319 students registered
Bag limits for all rails and gallinules Tuten of St. Johns Junior I.I.I association. Mrs. Tonkin derived
Monday. In the kindergarten
I I
The new building Is designedto is 15 for a day's bag and College at Palatka. her idea from an episode observed through sixth grade .
dep'art.ment
30 for total I They will conduct the clinic while aboard ship recently .
house a recreation Center with possession.The which will demonstrate I a total of 285: students enrolled .
klatchen facilities, City Hall and rail will be the changes while on a tour around the )
clapper )
the first day.B. .
rules and infractions of
rules
Iln i I I Ii I world.
Commissioners room, and also a primary species taken. Other I this season. This will benefit F. Clifton is the county au. !

2-cell Jail. The building will be prominent species Include the ;i the teams and the fans, and I II I Making use of a beautiful pervisor and supervising principal I

55x88 feet and will face the Virginia, king, black, and sora I I also give them a look at the I floral arrangement, Mrs. Tonkin I I for the Bunnell school. Margaret I
Park on Second street, running rail. Hunters will also take the 1964 team. I equated members of the association I Weeks Is bookkeeper for

about 55 feet on Central Ave. Florida and purple gallinules I< I with particular flowers the school and May Whitney !Is
nue. It will be of concrete and Most of the successful marsh I I i The team will run a scrim. and a lighted candle to dramatize ] secretary.

brick construction with a pre. hen hunting is done in a tier mage which will be about half I II the relationship of each to i Faculty members for Bunnell ,

stressed concrete roof. of six counties along Florida's of a regulation football game. the office or role in the educational school are: Kindergarten, Fran

The old buildings are being northeast coast-Nassau, Duval, I! The first varsity game of I makeup of the school ces Wadsworth and Wilda Har- I

demolished by Howard Lerch St. Johns, Flagler, Volusla and the season will be at the local system. gett; first grade, Hazel Holland

and John Laing for the mater. I Brevard counties-and two I stadium September 18 with Walter Morris was recognizedand and Gerry Vaughn; second I

gals and with no cost to the City, counties along the western Gulf Crescent City. expressed the deep affection grade, Opal Craig, and Eloise f

City Clerk Virginia Sullivan said Coast-Gulf and Franklin. i' Coach Manuel said the B team. and apreciatlon of the organization McClure; third grade, Lois Higglnbotham I I
began
today. She also said the con. It has been estimated that practice with approximately to Clifford McGriff and Laura Reynolds;

struction time Is expected to be Florida hunters harvest from 35 candidates (from the who recently resigned as physic. fourth grade, Ruth Townsendand

about 120 days, with the City 45,000 to 60,000 marsh hens each I 8th and 9th grades) comingout al education teacher at Bunnell Wanda Mercer; fifth grade,

doing the work. season. Duck stamp is not re for the B team. lie also High School. Mr. Morris commended I Laura Morris; sixth grade, Inca

Plans were drawn up by Don quired for marsh hens. I said there are several in the Mr. McGriff for his ..InI I Manuel and Viola Tonkin. I
7th grade which will be allowedto
Moore who is a real estate broker cere and dedicated achievementsof I Teachers for grades seven
and Tax Assessor elect of I come out for the B team the past eight years In the through twelve are Millie Mc.

Flagler County, and Floyd Col. Funeral Services when more outfits are secured. school system. Mr. McGriff, In Coy, Averly Brown, Joel M. f
The football schedule will be
lins who is a member of the turn, thanked the associationand Molyneus, Bessie Esttes, Mary
Flagler Beach Commission.The This Morning ForMerlandEMcCabe I drawn up this weekend at the expressed his affection and Broadaway, Albert Ford, Theodore .
St. Johns Conference t
Commission passed a res. meeting respect for Flagler County and Heln, Ann Bay leu and Ray

olutlon at a meeting last week I which Saturday will be held afternoon.in St. Augustine Theschedule his colleagues with whom he had : Baylesa; Emma Murray, Jack .

t which will permit them to borrow I worked through the years. Hardin: James Craig,..Bo jiM. . '_
to up to '$25,000 for the" facil*' .- Graveside funeral services will will "bet of*, lx*games The following""'new membersof uel, Santa Bradley, Walter Mot.
I be held at ten o'clock this morning I with three at home and three "
wel
Ity. They pledged the cigarettetax the association were rls, John Cannon and Jeannie
to secure the loan. Espanola Cemetery, for away. corned: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bay Cannon. '

The present recreation hall Is Merland Eugene McCabe. Father loss, Mrs. Wanda Mercer, and FLACLEH BEACH SCHOOL

one of the first buildings to be Diego Conesa will officiate.Mr. BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Allen Reynolds. All of the Enrollment at the Flagler

constructed in Flagler Beach. It McCabe died in the Bun MARKS PASTOR'S new members will hold positionsat Beach Elementary School the

was constructed by George nell General Hospital Sunday SEVENTH YEAR Bunnell High School during I' first day was 117. -

Moody Sr., soon after he completed (evening shortly after being ad the present school year. William E. Fennel), Jr., Is the
the homestead require. mitted. lie was a member of the I{ Services at the First Baptist I Benton Clifton, general supervisor principal and sixth grade teach

ments in 1914. It was then used BPOE 2193 Elks Club Ormond Church of Bunnell this Sundaywill of the Flagler county er. Other member of the staff

for a garage and several shower Beach. lie was 50 years of age. I mark the beginning of Rev I schools, was Introduced to the include Rosemary Brown, first

and dressing rooms for bathers. lie was born In Plymuth, Thomas Pinner's seventh year association as a guest. Mr. Clifton grade; Suzanne Bourn, second I

The City Hall will move Into Iowa and had resided here about I I as pastor here. Introduced his wife Shirley, grade; Jennie Newell, third i
12 years. Rev. Pinner said he will speakat and his mother In law Mrs.
temporary quarters in the old grade; Ruth Somerfeldt, fourth
post office building two blocks lie is survived by his widow, the morning worship serviceon .Massey from Raleigh, N. C. who grade; Daisy Moody, fifth grade.
Lola, Bunnell; 2 daughters, the topic "One In Six. All is In his home. .
south on Central Avenue. I presently a guest : Betty Johnson Is school ..me.I
Sandra Weigle, Jacksonville; are Invited to attend. I

Mrs. Winnell Lana Courson, Valdosta; 1 son, tary.CARVER HICK SCHOOL
SC Club Names
Band Parents To
Jack, Bunnell. Also survivingare
Total enrollment at the Car.

Improto'sFather his father, Burr Oak, Iowa, Meet TonightAt Two Committees ver High School was 503, Principal .

Dies and 2 sisters, and one brother. Band Room : Leroy A. Hunter said to.
Funeral Home of Bun
John W. Branton of DeLeon Craig I There were 26 members and
nell is In of The Band Parents Association day.Members
Springs, father of Mrs. Winnell charge arrange. guests present when the Flag of the faculty In.
will meet tonight in the band
Improto of Bunnell passed away I ments. ler Senior Citizens Club held Its elude: Coretha M. Burls Hur-
room at the Bunnell High School,
Friday evening at his home. He i Bette McDaniel said today. first meeting of the fall and cles Benjamin, Beady Balsden,

was a native of Cottonwood, I winter season Tuesday evening, Rosa Lee Furgtnson, Llela Purcell *
Fish The meeting will be at 8 o'
Alabama, and had resided In Bing's Camp I clock. President Evelyn Cook !September 1, at the Methodist I Gloria Grtnham, Vlneda J

DeLeon Springs 30 years. He ; will Church building In Flagler Skipper Smith, Elsie May Gld- 1 1I
preside.
was 66 years of age. Contest Begins"Bing" I Beach. The group partook of a I dens, Ouie Lee Worsham, Ea.I '

He was a member of the De. potluck supper beginning at 6 I tells S. Thomas,
of
Shows Sing's Fish
Leon Springs Baptist Church and Camp which adjoins Blng'aTownctenda. will be a weeks vacation at I o'clock.A' I Charlie May Pleraon. Ronald

the Barberville Masonic Lodge. Motel and Trailer Sing's TownClenda Motel. This I nominating committee: com D. Mayhew, Beetle M. Lewis,

He Is survived by six sons, award will be announced dur posed of Mrs. Roger noose, Mrs Ernest Irwin Cortland S. Belton, I II
Park, North AlA Highway, said
Rev. Leonard, Altoona; Webster ing the first week of February Sydney Weskler and Miss Elsie I Charles Butler, Bessie M. Lewis, i
today "We are going to conducta I
and John Wesley, Jr., DeLeon 1965. The winner will be able to ,Sheriff was appointed by Chair Hazel Simpson, Evangeline II.
competitive fishing contest atSing's
Springs; Frullne, Carmichael, Fish Camp beginning choose the time he prefers with I man E. Lester Stanton to pre. 'I. nay Catherine D. Crawford WII.

California; Willie of Palatka these exceptions: Week of Daytona sent a slate of candidate for lie J. Mitchell, and school sec
September 7 and running
and Lamar, Ocala; three daughters Races In February 1965 or office In the club, to serve for retary Gloria Wilson. E
through January 31, 1965. Both
Mrs. Johnnie Mae Allen, week of July 4th or Labor Day the 1901-65 fiscal year The candidates I :,
dates are Inclusive and are for
Charlestown, Indiana; Mrs. Maggie I week in September. will be voted upon at PAT NIESEN RETURNSTO ,:
both trout and red bass. We will
Fore, Daytona Beach; and : Judges for this contest are the Club's first meeting In October
award to the fisherman who FLORIDA STATE
Mrs. Winnell Improta of Bun I,Charles Creal of the Citizens and will assume office at
I catches the largest trout or
nell. Also surviving are four Bank M. B. Fuller of The Flag. the second meeting In October Pat Nlesen returned home here
bass this
from ,
flshing
brothers, three slates 25 grand I $::5.00 each week. camp I ler Tribune, and Chester Rug- A committee consisting: of .last week from Miami where she j
children and four -grand and Mr, and Mrs. '
great gles, employee of the Florida Mrs. Weskler, Interned at the Jackson Memorial
Th fisherman is not required
children. John Schott was appointed to Hospital This was her sum j
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to rent a boat or buy bait fromus. State Highway Department al
Funeral services were held at I check and report on possible met trimester of her senior year I
4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon I I However we do require he so of BunnelLMr. I meeting' place for the Cub durIng She will leave next week for
Shows said U don'twant
launches here and also signs a you
from the DeLeon Springs Baptist I the period when the new Tallahassee where Is a senior
Church with Rev. Leonard'(special registration blank to fish come on out and re Flafler Beach Recreation Center student at the Florida State

Blanton and Rev. Cecil Lundy i The winners will be announc lax and enjoy the facilities of is under construction. The University She will Intern at

officiating. Burial followed In I led the following week. The fifth.erman the picnic area. He also said the Recreation Center has been the the Florida State Mental Hoc

the DeLeon Springs Cemetery. doesn't have to be Winter Garden Boat Club will be dub's regular meeting place. pita In Chattahoochee for her

|ent to win. prn.j at the Camp during this week An announcement concerningthe fall trimester' returning to FSU

Don't train your dog to hunt i The special award will b* for end. They: have reserved the entire September 15 meeting will for the final spring trimester.

turkeys as regulations prohibit.'the largest trout or bass caught MoteL 23 boats are expected I be made later, according to She will receive her BS' Degreer

hunting turkeys with a dog. during this contest. The award to be docked bere. Chairman Sttn "ft.. iaI1'tVlIin' .

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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 3, 1964

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seems to be something differentin champs are made of. City Notice assessment is hereby roll given will that the

this team. I have talked mltted to the Equalizing Boarduof'
year's Next I went over to talk to of Bunnell. Florida for
approval
to the players who playedon on Tuesday the 8th
; day
"t'i him
; Coach Manuel. I asked of September. A. D. at 8:00:
,'iWSPOR1EARLY the varsity and to some play. "how about the 1964 team." p. m. In the office of t ::61t Clerk.
ers who will come up from the All persons desiring to have corrections -
I "Excuse me, Leslie, I want to In such roll whether in
team. the listing the
B. or valuation of
- talk to the boys. When they
: property or otherwise, are hereby
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around he suerly required to Ale with the City Clerk, I
First I asked the question, do had gathered or at the meeting, their
. ,....' " I.,,.' . "fl r.! "" .: you think we will have a gave a talk that I wished I letting forth their objections petition to-

stronger team than last year? could have taped. The youthful such tions assessments which they and desire the to correc have

FIFTIES TEAMS make great teams of do the All the boys said yes. The next I I eyes seemed to ask "tell us." He made.Mrs.. Nancy C. Rodgers

CHALLENGED BY THE 19GOi I players. This question is de. question was, do you realize wasn't chewing them out. When City Clerk of Bunnell, Florida
Aug-. 27 & Sept 3 2tc
teams of bated every season. What do that every team in the confer. Manuel finished he came over to -
Bunnell Bulldog
you think. ence will be out to knock off me and said "what do you IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OP TUB
IN
AND FOR
Bo Manuel FLAGLER
1961.2.3, coached by COUN-
the 1963 champs. They answered want?" And I replied that his SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
are being compraed to the teams Another season is here and I TV, FLORIDA. LAW NO. 010
First we have to make the talk to the boys answered my
of the early 50'a, coached at that have observed the young athletes : STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT
varsity, and if we do make it, OF FLORIDA, an Agency Of the
time by Willard Knight. go through the routine (Continued on page 7) the State of Florida

From 1951 to 1955 the Knight "--- - V. Petitioner,

teams won the St. Johns Con. HELEN FIELDS, et al,

ference championship once and Defendants.
ALIAS NOTICE OF RULE NISI I'
two years were runnersup. The NOTICE OP EMINENT DOMAIN

Bulldogs in the five years won PROCEEDINGSIN

34, lost 11, tied 2. Coach Man Summer Sizzler Sale AUTHORITY THE NAME OF THE AND STATE BY THE OF

uel teams In the past three years LORIDA,
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -
21 lost 7 tied 1. The 1963
won and to all person and par
conference cham ties claiming or having any right
Bulldogs were ]
I 1 Walnut Bunk Bed with Matching Chest-2 Matching Sealy Bunkie title interest estate mortgage or
other lien to
pions. or on that certain
I Regular Price $149.95. parcel of land hereinafter de.
will the 1964 Bulldog
What scribed, and the following persons,
team do for the record That together with all unknown per
sons claiming by through or un
will be for us to wait and see.I CASH PRICE 99.95 der known persons who are dead,
or who are not known to be dead
wait. I
can hardly saw many or alive:

games the Bulldogs played un. 1 Only Super Deluxe Nylon Quilted Mattress and Matching Box Spring Geraldeen Tidwell

der Coach Knight Big gamesIn by Restonic. Regular Price $139.95. Adrea SRD NO.Unknwn 102.1

those days were with Green Harry IIDtok"nO Tldwell

Cove Springs, Macclenny and I SALE PRICE $QQ Qh CASH SRD No. 102.1

Cove and Mac
Hastings. Green r SECTION 730012401-2402
clenny are in a higher class to. STATE ROAD 9 FLAGLER
2 Sets Only-Twin Bedding-Inner Spring Construction American Beau. COUNTY DESCRIPTION
day. The Bulldogs lost eight of tu. Regular $79.50 set. SRD NO. IOU RIGHT OF WAY
to those three per LIMITED ACCESS
their 11 games That part of;

teams, losing only one game to Now5511iNJ The SE% of e t Town*
CASH PER SET hip 11 South, rr.azh: East,
Hastings. lying within
150 feet! of the sur
There outstanding Section of State Road -
were many 73001, said 8line de.
players on those teams and argu 2 Piece Living Room Suite, Sofa Bed and Matching Chair Loose Foam scribed as follows: survey

Do coachesIN Cushions Regular $129.95. Commence on the South line of
ments today are: said flection 32 at a point 369.48
feet West of the Southeast corner
;Till CIIICUIT COURT OKKLAllLKR 570 OR thereof thence South 1820'19"
: COUNTY: FLORIDA CASH PRICE East 200 feet to the Point of Be
IN rilANCKHY: NO. .82.
PATRICIA LANG \VestnSf6111efeet to the NJ th0line
Plaintiff of said Section 32 at a point 2049.65
.... feet West of the Northeast corner

ROBERT LANG Defendant! MONEY TALKS IN OUR SUMMER thereof.

NOTICE TO DKKEND Containing 19.28 acres, more or
TUB BTATK LANO1t1DA. TO: lees

747 ROBERT 10th Avenue SIZZLER SALE OWNED BYEllzabeth: N. TIdwell; I
New York City New York Katy J. Tidwell Le \
You are hereby notified that a rand and Husband
cult hat been filed against you In Walter O. Legrande;
the above entitled cause) and you 1 Odd Matching Single Sealy Bedding, 100 per cent Foam. Regular Harry E. Tldwell! and
are hereby required to file your an* $89.95. Summer Sizzler wife, Ida Mae Tldwell:
ewer with the Clerk of thla Court John F. Tldwell and
and a wife Zora Lee Tld
the ral Uf.o rnttrttJ: Special35OO well; Maggie M. Tld
whose name and add rend li: CASH well Eatman and hus
SAMUEL V. HOLCH band Willard Eat.
110 North 3rd Street man; Tom C. Tldwell
1'aUtka. Floridanot James O. Tldwell and
later than October 1, A. I). 1(64. 1 Odd Mahogany Desk Regular $49.50 wire, Annette Tidwell
If you fall to do '0. decree pro : William
confeaao will be entered against ton Tldwell and wife:
you for the relief demanded in the $< Edith Tldwell: Marion
bill of complaint. The nature of I CASH 29.95Several Clinton Fields and
said cult being for divorce. I wife Helen Fields! ;
WITNESS my hand and seal of James Brewer Tld
laid Court this lit day of September well and wife, Betty
A. I). W4. Odd Living Room Lamps Tldwell; Muriel M.
(Official Real) saidlCircuitlCourt Tldwell Thompson
Clerk of and husband Frank
$ept. 81017244tc Thompson:; Harry By
$1.00 EACH CASH ron Tldwell and wife,
IN TIIM CIRCUIT COURT OKPLAULKR Geraldeen Tldwell! ;
COUNTY: FLORIDA Thomas Jackson Tld
CHANCERY: NO. 4UIT well and wife!, Frank
RONALD 1' RADMAN. Closing Out Summer Carpets. Two 9x12 Foam Rubber Backing1 le Lee Tidwell; Frances -
rialntlff Beige 1 Green. Marlon TIdwell
v.. Capp and husband,
JOAN B. ItADMANhf'tf'ndant. Kddle Capps; Barbara
Tidwell Cone and hus
NOTim TO DEFEND 25.00 EACH CASH band Duane Cone;
TUB 8TATW OF FLORIDA, TO: I S Anne Tidwell; Belle
JOAN 11. MADMAN TIdwell; Clinton
whose residence and post office Fields and any un
addrea! are unknown Odd Pillows. Regular $1.95 known heirs, devisees,
'. You are hereby! notified that a and/or other claimants .
suit hat been filed against you In under said W. J.
the above entitled cause; and you CASH 111'\ EACH Tldwell .
are hereby required to rlthr.o'an You, and each of you. are heed.commanded
ewer with the Clerk t, to appear by filing an
and to serve a copy thereof upon Answer to the Petition heretofore
the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney, 1 Higdon Baby Bed Complete, Beautiful Walnut Finish. filed In thla cause entitled
whose name and address Is: Court on or before October 7, 1964.
RAY 8ELDKNSelden to lien what right title. Interest

Daytona Building Beach. Florida .... CASH ONLY $29.95; :,' or In and! to you the above-described or any !of you.lands ave,
not later than September 14. A. D. and show cause why the same

196If' :you fall to do so, decree pro 3 Odd Sofa Beds, Nylon Finish 'J' andupur Aped ores set forth In the the uses Pe
confesso will be entered against tition herein.sadlCou ,
you for the relief demanded! in the and Seal of
bill of complaint The nature ofaid EACH" t on this 25th day of Au.
suit being for divorce. CASH ONLY $25.00| gust. A. D. 19C4.
WITNESS my hand and seal of E. A. HMTTHK
aid Court this lib day of August! Clerk of the Circuit Court

A.( D. lt(4.OHIclal Heal. ) IrjA..CISstint 1 Set Only King Size Giant Supreme Sealy Bedding. Regular $189.95 Florida In and for Flagler County

Clerk of Court 4 I
Aur. 181037 A Sept. 8-4tOTIIW I JAMES J. RiCIIAR WON *
CASH $145.00 HOLLAND BUILDING
ClltrtUT ( .' TALLAHAS8 FLORIDA
: I&Ir.\
i .AULEIt COUNTY, OF COUNSEL FOR PETITIONERS.
IN CHANCERY NO. 4.IO Aug. 37 A Hept l.l0.U-4tc
ALBERT LEU HOLLOW Various Occasional Chairs from $10.00 to $25.00 CASH.

".. Plaintiff.LOUISE One 8 Piece Maple Dining Room Set, Table, 4 Chairs, Buffet, Hutch.

O. HOLLOWAY Defendant Regular $179.95. JTtjr JFIarjIrr CrtbunrBl'NNELL

NOTICE TO DEFEND
TUB; STATE OF FLOIIIDA, TO: CASH PRICE 125.00 FLORIDA
1 UHJ1SU O HOLLOWAY
1&7 Covina Avenue
California MRS 11. B.
yJnre notified that a 2 Captain Maple Chairs $5.00 Each Cash with Purchase of Maple FULLER. Editor
cult hat been flled against you In
the above entitled cause; and you Dining Room Suite.
are hereby required to Ale your an n+*.la-a<.4 Official P. Ue.tlft.

and ewer! to with serve the a Clerk ropy of thereof this Court upon I We wish to extend this invitation to every citizen of Flagler County to f.r I.. lle *.(!" *f Flatter

the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney, come into our store and compare these values. It is our intention and 4>..ty. M-mld-Mllllea tk.rl.

whose PHILIP name and 1C.address: .. Avenue la: desire to give you the most dollar for dollar purchasing power avail Sal the State er Fiends I

au Daytona N. Oleander Beach. Florida able. Many of the prices in this sale are at cost or below.

not later than September 14 A. D. Entered aa second class matter I

1964' you fall to do ao decree pro February 5. till at the postofflce> I
coft... be entered against
will
:you tor the relief demanded! In the Riverside Furniture Co. at Bunn ll. Florida under act of
bill of complaint. The nature of March 187*.
aid suit l being I for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal uf

A.said D.Court'N.this 6th day of Augu't, 117 BAY STREET BUNNELL, FLA. I One year I ISO
;
(OQfelalClerks; of B.aald A,Circuit Court. Six month -___-__-_..SL2IPAGE

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Thursday, Sept. 3, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL FLORIDA PAGE THREE. I.
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WE GIVE E T T RESERVED QUANTITY RIGHTS***
TOP PRICES GOOD
I Thursday, Friday
VALUE and Saturday,
Sept. 3,*4*,*5, 1964
STAMPS 103 S. Railroad St.I .

I SUPER MARKET


WE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY rrr LABOR DAY ]I

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OR FLORIDA GRADE "A" WHOLE FRYERS Lb. 29
U.S.CHOICE (Flavor Aged)
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\\ RIB STEAK Lb. 79' CUBE STEAK Lb. 99

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CHUCK STEAK Lb. 59' GROUND BEEF 3 For. J29Lbs.

Azalea 12 oz. ALL-MEAT

ENGLISH BEEF CUT SHORT RIBS Lb. 49' WIENERS 3 pkgs.$100 I

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GIANT SIZE MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE HELLMAN'S (Pure) Everfreth COCONUT

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I Limit (1)) with purchase
Limit (1) with purchase
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Limit (1)
food order
food order $5.00 or more
more
$5.00 or more food order $5.00 or

,, PRODUCE SALE KRAFT (DAIRY Qt. Bottle)ITEMS Spark CHARCOAL 1B0, .?. 590
FRESH GRAPEFRUIT Hunt' Big 20 oz. Bottle
EXTRA FANCY ">. JUICE Bottle 390 CATSUP Bott"French 250
PEACHESBARTLETT 250 6 Oz.JarMUSTARD
KRAFT 12 Oz. Pkg. Jar
AMERICAN fOe
PEARS Lb. 250 CHEESE Slices,} 490 Everfreh Twin Pack
POTATO CHIPS 490
FANCY SWEET BAKERY ITEMS
Lb.
PLUMS 250 EVERFRESH DINNER FROZEN FOODS -
BRANDS) .. Fro Joy
(ALL ROLLS 2PI" 250
Lb. V Cal.
APPLES 250 EVERFRESH ICE MILK 4ge
(Hot Dog and Hamburger) 8 Oz. Pic,. Bait
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FANCY POLE(BEANS Lb. 250 BUNS :Ic Ct. 190 SHRIMP 3 pk"'. *1 00I

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FANCY VINE RIPE VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPSTOMATOES
Lb. 250 TOP ith Purchase of 0:: With purchase of With Purchase of
6 pk. Carton Dash 0 $1.50 Worth of Light / $5.00 or More Food
Canned Dot Food Bulbs Order
FANCY SWEET Void After Coupon Void At:4r Coupon Void After
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I membered here as the former :
I The Flagler Beach Parent Miss Deede Reynolds, a sisterof j
.Teacher Association will meet Dr. Reynolds. '
Tuesday, September 8, at 7:30P.M. i
In the school cafeteria.
Everyone Is Invited to attend I i
I MILLER QUANTITY RIGHTS
and enjoy the "open house" PRICES GOOD
which will be the highlight of ELECTRONICS THURSDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY, RESERVED
the evening. SEPT. 3, 4, 5, 1964
1744 Ocean Shore Bird.

METHODIST Church school CHURCH time 9:45: A.M. REPAIRS ON TV'S CLOSED LABOR DAY MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 1964
WASHERSDRYERS
each Sunday. Next Sunday, Sept.
6, promotion day will be ob STOCK UP FOR A LONG WEEK END
is 11
served. Worship hour at
Call Collect 672.0377
o'clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover I
minister. A covered dish din ALL WORK GUARANTEED WILSON'S TENDERIZED SMOKED FLORIDA GRADE "A" D & D
ner will follow the worship hour
t and the official board will meet HAMSARMOUR O JSfkLb. 49 FRYERS Whole 900
j after the dinner. Only Lb. simU
I' ;
Methodist Youth Fellowshipages Community CENTER SLICES ........................Lb. 89c Limit 3 Please
( 12.21 meets each Sunday
evening at 6:30.: Memorial ChurchInterdenomlaatloMl VAC. PACKED COPELAND'S PURE PORK
The adult choir meets Wednesday
at 6:30 P.M. and the SMOKED
AIR CONDITIONED I FRANKS 49
Chapel Choir at 3:30 Thursday
afternoons.Mrs. Daytona Av. tb SAUSAGE 59
FLAGLER BEACH PALM Lb.
D.It. Kaufman and Sunday School 10:00: A.M. RIVER Save lOc Each
daughter, Donna, have returned Church Service 11:00: A.M. SLICED
from Evansville, Ind. where they R. W. DICKERT, Pastor i STREAK O'LEAN WHITE SALT
spent a week visiting with Mrs. BACON Ib 49
KVBnYONB WKI.COMBHASTINGS
Kaufman's father and other t ... \.1 RA' BACON 39''
relatives. MAXWELL HOUSE Lb.HERSHEY'S .

1 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Martell and MATTRESS
children have returned home & UPHOLSTRY WORKS COFFEE .
after a visit in Quincy with 710-12 Lemon St. SUGAR
relatives.Mr. Palatka Florida

and Mrs. John Sutherlandand I Phone EA 5-9166 1 Lb. LiCe !
Furnitu '. UpholsteringRepaired Can \
family of Vero Beach were & Refinished 5 Lb. 390
recent visitors at the Elsenbach I Mattresses & Box Springs Or Your Bag
beach home. Made to Order Also Renovated MAXWELL HOUSE
OR YOUR
I CHOICE
Call Laura Morris 437-3233 INSTANT
Dr. and Mrs. William Brous.sard COFFEE
After 6:00 P. M.
are visiting with Dr. and
CRISCO
I PRICES REASONABLE. '
I 6 79'
'j I Following their visit here they Just as near as your Jar
will leave for Germany where Phone or Post Office Limiwith $5.00 or more food order 3 Lb. 59''
>.Dr. Broussard will be stationed. I Drop Us A Card or Call CanLimit
Free &
41 ,} Mrs. Broussard will be re Pick-up Delivery BETTY CROCKER
r I 1 with
$5.00
or more food order
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'(I CAKE MIX All 3 $10041e 12 OZ. VAN CAMP

: NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY CLOSES SOON Pkgs For CORNED.
Limit 3 Please

J : 2 PURPLE/ CAN VALLEY BRAND WHOLE BEEF 2 For 89'


46 Oz. STOKELY'S PINEAPPLE

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1 21/1 CAN SHURFINE FRUITCOCKTAIL
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\ 2 For 79' 303 COLLARD BUSH TURNIP-MUSTARD AND


DELMONTE LIGHT CHUNK

I TUNA 3 l/2 Cans Size 89''P: GREENS Each 10

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Changed Listings, Additional Listings, Ads in Yellow Pages FRESH PRODUCE _
'0\\": Don't wait! Call our Business Office now to Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

change listings in the Telephone Directory. And FROZEN FOODS LARGE FIRM HEADLETTUCE
:' remember-additional listings for members of
' ( 9 Oz. Mr. "C" FRENCH 19
your family or firm may bo included for little
Each
extra cost. FRIES W SWEET JUICY BARTLETT

Mr. Businessman Bo sure you're represented Pkg.
Limit 5 Please
in the Yellow Pages the best way to tell PEARS 19"
people how to find you.Smart Shoppers heed the 6 Oz. SEALDSWEET PURE ORANGE Lb'

advice to "Let your fingers do the walking . JUICE 3 THOMPSON SEEDLESS
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Your purchase of One coupon
19 V Your
purchase of
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I Fresh Florida Grade "A" .

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MRS. CREWS HOSTESSTO I DEBORAH JANE McGEE I GIBLETS 49C
FINESSE CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Richard McGee D Lb.
Mrs. James Crews was hostess I of Augusta, Ga., announce the WINGS
29C
Monday evening to members of arrival of a six pound ten ounce Lb.
the Finesse Bridge Club at the daughter, Deborah Jane, born .,Ic. NECKS & BACKS
I
Broadaway home, North Ander- I August 23. Lb. 9*
son Street. I Mrs. McGee will be remembered .
Winners for the evening were as the former Miss Eula Jane
Mrs. Bo Manuel and Mrs. Louis I Hughes of Homerville, Ga., who U. S. D. A. CHOICE IOWA & NEBRASKA BEEF
Steflik. Mrs. G. D. McCoy will, has often visited here with the
be hostess for the next meeting.; M. B. Fullers. Her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. M. Hughes, are CHUCK ROAST. lb. <
.. Visiting here Monday with I I I former residents of Bunnell. 49
friends were Mrs. Betty Koby.
larski and daughters, Linda and Mr and Mrs. L. L. Harris accompanied -
Janet, of Cocoa Beach. They their son and daughter 1' Round Bone ROAST 1
were accompanied here by Bet. in law, Mr. and Mrs. Ken 59
ty's mother, Mrs. Sofia Kowit, neth Harris, to North Carolinafor .
who will be the guest of Mrs. a visit with them for several
Marcinkowski, Highway 11. days.
CHUCK STEAK lb. 53
Visiting here during the past j i Mrs. Harry Bullock and son,
weekend were Mr. and Mrs. La- Donald, were visiting in Cocoa
mar lIarris and sons, and Mrs.I last Tuesday with relatives. Lyke's
Sugar Creek
Lizzie SeDessie of Panama City. G. c.'. SPECIALTY 12 oz. Pkg.
They came to attend the Harris- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Newbill of . FRANKS ((3 For ".00)
39c
I BAR B QUED
Whitley wedding Sunday. The Atlanta, Ga., visited here Mon .
bride is Mr. Harris's sister. Theyare 'I'day with friends. Mr. Newbill CHICKEN Armour's Sliced SPICED
all former residents of Bun- is a former resident of Bunnell.
nell. i He and Mrs. Newbill are vaca. LUNCHEON MEAT 2 lb. 8ge
tioning in Daytona Beach this 98e
Henry Gilbert Anderson of week. Each Wilson's "CORN KING"
Reldsville, Ga., was the guestof
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Yelvington Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McKnlght HAMS 3 Ib. s239
last week. lie is Mrs. Yel. had as their dinner guests Sun OUR VALUE (Mix or Match) Can
vington's cousin.Mr. day, Mrs. McKnight's sister, Mrs. Case of 24
PLUS DEPOSIT
I Pearl Nauright, also her nephewand TOMATOES
and Mrs. Clinton Harris niece, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby ROYAL COLA $x09CORN _
of Gainesville were here Sundayto I Arnett of St. Augustine. Also -OR- CROWN Each
attend the Harris-Whitley I her mother, Mrs. Bertha Grimes,
Bunnell. CREAM
wedding.Mr.
I Mr. and Mrs. Arnett also attended STYLE MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grind.)

and Mrs. James O. Craig, the Harris.Whitley wed $ John Craig and Miss Patty Nie- I ding at 4 o'clock in the after 8 Cans JL COFFEEBorden's
sen spent Sunday in Gainesville noon.
with Mr. and Mrs. Billy Deen. I tContinued on page 61BUNNELL EVAPORATED Tall Can 1 & 58C

MILK I 8 For $100
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
THEATRE
Our Value Qt. Jar

Box Office Opens Phone 7;15 437-3681 Show Start 730 SALAD DRESSING 39e DAIRY SPECIALKraft -

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She plotted a strange vengeance that
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M j GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS< ( BOOBY SOCKS @ 98c Order
Tuesday & Wednesday Coupon Void After ) ( Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

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1 -- the top three. She did receive; Ing and the Florida Chapter Subscribe to The Flakier Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance
t CONSERVATION $25 for being there and makingher meeting of the Soil Conservation
I'
speech. Society of America on August
21 and 22. Both meeting had
I20
By Farm Planning:
good programs and were very Artistry In Flowers
NEWS Tllmon W. Robinson One plan for 2000 acres has Informative. I .. I .
been completed during August. ,j.
District Activities: Work begun on two others. by .
1 It was a very successful meeting Application of Conservation .. TEXACO'I-'I'
of supervisors of the Florida Practices: .. PETERSON .
Association In Sarasota on the Cooperator Alfred Tucker has SERVICE fo4eph" FLORIST 'r
19th, 20th and 21st. Thomas T. started planting considerable ROAD SERVICE

Ford, Nassau SCD supervisorwas acreage to coastal bermuda Light Mechanical Work I WEDDINGS FUNERAL DESIGNS
1964-
for
elected president grass pasture. lie also has completed Phone 437-3441 Bunnell
65, replacing Robert N. Morrisof construction on 1800 lineal HOSPITAL ARRANGEMENTS
Tampa, Hlllsborough SCD. I feet of drainage ditch for -

As always one of the high. the drainage of cropland.S. .
Bunnell and
lights of the meeting was then J. TIlton, Jr., has completed Serving Flagler Beach
speaking contest, featuring high construction on 1% miles of o i4
1 school students from each of the drainage ditches and approximately Q- I 140 W. Granada Ave. Phone
In the state. Betty 1 mile of irrigation ditch.
eight Lynn Bourne areas representing Area lie has also enlarged a mile of opp; Y Ormond Beach, Fla. 677-8844

\ 4 and the Flagler County SCD, outlet ditch to bring it up to I o made her speech real good. specifications. / :
However, the competition was Assistance was given to L. E. t

so great she did not place InWWVWWWWVWWJWTO Wadsworth on fishpond problems FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
I'I'I I'r during the month. Also to
I I'I ; Claude Varn.Assistance.
> O. F. ALFORD J.f also was given to: AMBULANCE
I Registered L. O. Robertson, drainage problems PHONE VAlley 4 1625
Broker ; W. II. McBride, pasture FIND SERVICE
(r: Real Estate planting; and to WetumpkaFruit THE BEST ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

8unnelL Flodda Co., pipe drop structures. 9 BARGAINS IM Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
SCS-ASC Activities THCNEWSPAPER
: are always at your service with promptness safety and
Nine ACP referrals have been >;
received for second half program ADS... experience.
CLASSIFIEDADS .1
year. Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
Informational Activities: U'
Four news releases written Garcia Funeral HomeP.
and published during August.

\ ......... ..... ft. *satlag at* Miscellaneous: E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
eesta per wM *>ch ...rtlo.. WUC Robinson attended the LADY ASSISTANT
TB rect. _U BtlalBMM ekarc RACD Supervisors annual meet. -
I 6 MONTH OLD ZIG ZAG -- -
Repossessed 64 model swing need.
le Dlal-O-Matlc Zig Zag,like new,
makes hundreds of fancy stitch.
es, makes buttonholes, sews on
buttons, blind hems, mono*
CALL
I grams, darns, patches, etc. As. .
sume 5 payments of $7.95. Ph
Credit Mgr. Daytona 2538106.

Sept.---3.10.-------
FOR SALE-at Job site every
BUNNELL MOTOR CO.
day used lumber, electrical and
\ plumbing fixtures. Used windows .
doors, etc., city hall and
recreation center, Flagler Beach,
Florida. Phone after 5 P.M.

I'1 439.2413-439.2395. 9.3.2tp 437-3301

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tires and 2 wheel discs, $15.00.
Call 4392061. 9-3-ltc
A t'
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HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom For
with bath, reasonable, $1500.00
down. Inquire at Mrs. Marcln
kowskl, Highway 11 or Call
4393719. 9.3.5tp Gas

FOR SALE-I960 Impala, green "
and white, air conditioned, pow.
i er steering auto transmission,
always locally owned, reason Fuel OilLubrication
able. ID 73347. 9.3-ltp

WANTED-A woman 18 ; 40
for counter and sales work. Needs '
Must have transportation. Ap
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land Fruit Shop. 8.27.2tc

I FOR SALE-2 bedroom masonry
home, wall heater Insulated,
garage and other conveniences, COMMERCIAL -:- HOUSEHOLD
located on 100 x 100 ft lot NE cor
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Aug. 27.2tp

WANTED IRONING to do at my
home, reasonable. Pick up & de
livery. Phone ID 73669.
10-24-tf<

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain ,
Low Fast
fields installed; snail shell. Rea. Quality
sonable prices. Call George Ja
roz, ID 73410 8-1-tl


To .CONSTIPATED.. Flgit k ttann im la'n'n.Prun. world' .* Products Cost Service
6mo.o-thest. Met and most natural
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Office Phone HE 92242
Residence Phone ID 73691
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I(some of the fundamentals of wants from a player is some I Golfers still follow the 13 I gentlemen"- who organk the
I LWOR7S football. j good football. Also that he will basic principles of "gowff laid Royal and Ancient Golf Club of I
J The Bullpups will have 11 give every boy that hustles a down by the "22 noblemen and I I St. Andrews In 1754.
boys back from last season. Several ,chance to play. .
-- -
I of these are going to make, The Bullpups' schedule will --
mighty fine Bulldogs players In 'be released soon. They will open I'
(Continued from Pace 2)
question. I 11906. "the 1964 season and be lookingfor CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
their thirteenth straight win
I met Coach Bayless after his
BULLPUPS GREET COACH busy session with the boys. lie In their opening game. They H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
tasted defeat the last time
WITH BIG TURNOUT is from Jefferson City, Tenn. He I on JOHN CAPO. Associate
October 17, 1961. Good Luck to
Roy Bayless, physical educa. played four years as tackle for:,You All.
tion teacher and new football Carson Newman College. Mike AIR LADY OXYGEN
coach for the Bullpups, Issued McMillan, former Bulldog end CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
equipment for more than 30 and center, played some ball on No species of bat found in the ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
boys. Coach Bayless started the same team. Bayless was United States bites humans, except
practice Tuesday and will get very pleasant. in self defense. Most have Phone ID 7-3532
most of the team rolling next lie said he was well pleased teeth too small to puncture the
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angular in shape and fashioned \ Mrs. Phillip Michael Whitley
of white roses, Frenched
f carna.\
tlons and ivy with I
white satin ribbons tied in love !

(Continued from pace, 5) knots with tuberoses.
I
LINDA 'HARRIS WED Mrs. John W. Hornsby served
I as her sister's matron of honor i j I
TO PHILLIP WHITLEY l I and she was gowned In a floor
length dress of Capri satin de. j
SUNDAY AFTERNOONThe "
(signed with a rounded neckline I
First Baptist Church of i and i a bell shaped skirt. She I I It .
Bunnell was the setting at four carried a nosegay of pink French- I I
o'clock in the afternoon of Sun. !I Jed carnations, daisy ponpoms IJ J
day, August thirteth, for the and pink roses with long loops II
I wedding of Miss Linda Lou'I'of pink ribbons to complete a I I
Harris and Phillip Michael dainty design. j f
Whitley. The double ring cere Miss Celestine Stanish was t
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mony was conducted by the Rev. maid of honor and her attire 6
Thomas M. Pinner, Jr., pastorof I was identical to the matron of I :_ !
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the church. honor's except that the color' f
The bride is the daughter of J was of deep sea-blue. She car. A- I
Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Lamar Harris rled a nosegay identical in design IJ J
Sr., of Bunnell. The parentsof I and color to that of the p II
the bridegroom are Mr. and matron of honor.
of i I
Mrs. Howard Lucian Whitley The bridesmaids were Miss
St. Augustine. I Elaine Deen and Miss Janice
I
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.. Organist Ray Mercer played a I Lovelace and their gowns and I
program of selected nuptial mu nosegays were Identical to those I
sic, traditional wedding marches of the maid of honor. I 1 \ Tjk I

", and accompanied the soloist, Tammy Hornsby, niece of the ; f
Andy Yelvington. bride, was flower girl. .
Given In marriage by her Fred Whitley served as his I f
I father, the bride was lovely in I brother's best man and ushers
.: formal white gown of silk or. j II were Walter Johnson and Jim k 1'g., fJ
ganza over bridal taffeta and I Craig of St. Augustine and Edward t J fJ
r starched net. The moulded bodIce I Zeller, Bunnell.
of the gown was designedwith After the church ceremonythe
three-quarter length sleeves parents of the bride were a 1''s J
and its Sabrina neckline was hosts for a wedding reception in
enhanced with embroidered the social hall of the church.
Alencon lace appliques, accent.ed .
with seed pearls and Irides. John Craig plans to return to J
cents. The voluminous skirt, Arkadelphia, Ark., during the
which terminated In a chapel weekend to resume his studiesat
train, was styled with an enlarged Quachlta College. This is his
duplication of the Alen. senior year. lie has spent the
con lace appliques of the bodice past several weeks here with
I in a. floral motif In the front his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
j\ center and a lengthened bustle O. Craig.
effect In the back. The bride's
elbow length veil of sheerest Visiting here Sunday with jR' x u H
bridal Illusion was attached to Mrs. Jennie Black were Mr. and I
a princess crown of seed pearls. Mrs. W. W. Brown of Daytona
She carried a bouquet of tri Beach.

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