THE ST. AUGU!
tiqhli.htsi THE CALENDAR I
.EEN MEEHAN I
6d this week for new year's
Outgoing officers this year
Freshmen: Chris Forson,
sident; Timmy Fleming, vice
sident; Louis Colee, secre-
; and Helen Thomas, treas-
Sophomore officers are Bab-
y McGrath. president; Jim-
y Byles, vice president; Bob
erritt, secretary; and Doug
Jack Cowan is current junior
ass president, and other of-
cers are Tom Webb, vice pres-
ent; Marcia Mussallem, secre-
ary; and John Salvador, treas-
Bill Langston is senior class
i idenit; Jan6t Andreu, secre-
ary; and Joe Oliveros, treasurer.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Or-
tagus, Route 2, announce the
birth of a son Wednesday at
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA,
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION. UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA, I-iaintiff, vs.
EARL L. GREENE t-a Earl's Laun.
dry and Dry Cleaners and Earl L.
Greene, a single man; et al, No. 69-179
- Civ-J, Defendants. ORDER OF SER-
VICE BY PUBLICATION This cause
came to be heard upon the motion of
Plaintiff for an order for service by
puoLicalton, and it appearing that this
action has been brought for the en-
forcement of a lien against real prop-
erty situate within the Middle District
of Florida. talt tne defendant, Earl L.
Greene cannot he served within the
Stale of Florida; that it iS not practi-
cable to serve him personally; and
that he has not voluntarily appeared
herein; it is therefore ORDERED as
follows: 1. The defendant; Earl L.
Greene Shall appear in tnis cause and
plead to the complaint filed herein on
or before June 23 1969. or in default
thereof, the Court shall proceed to
judgment in uins cau'e as if said de-
fendant had been !erved tunh pro-
Iceas within the State of Florida. 2.
7 p.m.-Weight Watchers, CDA home, King Street
7 p.m.-American Legion ex. bd.; 8 p.m., general meet
7 p.m.-Altrusa bd. meet, 8 p.m., reg. meet, Llambias House
7:30 p.m.-NCO, White Lion
7:30 p.m.-Am. Legion Aux., executive bd.; 8 p.m., reg. meet
8 p.m.KJHS P-TA, band concert, installation
8 p.m.-Cathedral Parish Home, School Assoc., school library
7:30 a.m.-Toastmasters International, Eddy's
2 p.m.-NARCE, Chamber of Commerce
2:30 p.m.-Grace Tuck-A-Bache class, church parlors
6-8 p.m.-Elks social, Elks Lodge
7 p.m.--Shrine Club officers-directors dinner mee, Floridian
8 p.m.-Al-Anon (Problem Drinkers' Families) hospital conf. rm.
8 p.m.-Ancient City Square Dancers, Information Center
7 a,m.-Prayer Breakfast, McCartney's
8 p.m.-AA, First Methodist Church fellowship hall
Miss Turney Feted
At Bridal Shower
Miss Patricia Turney was room.
honored at a beautiful miscel- Miss Turiey and her mother,
laneous shower by a group of Mrs. Mabel S. Turney, and the
her friends Tuesday night at mother and grandmother of the
the Methodist Fellowship Hall brir' groom-elect were each pre-
in Hastings. Hostesses were seated with beautiful corsages
Mesdames L. A. Masters,' pon arrival.
Charles McCullar, Joel Padgett, Several games were enjoy-.
B. R. Yarbrough, Albert Triay, during the evening and the
Edward Thigpen, and Addington honoree opened her gifts for
Nottingham. her friends to view.
The large hall was arranged Refreshments of cake squares
with chairs in a semi-circle fac- decorated in white icing witt
ing two tables, one at the east pink rose buds, fruit punch
end of the room was overlaid nuts and mints were served
with a white damask cloth and from the refreshment table by
held an arrangement of pink the hostesses.
roses and baby's-breath in a low Among guests present wer
silver bowl at one end and a the bride-elect's mother and sis.
crystal punchbowl at the other. ter, Mrs. Mabel S. Turney and
Lighted pink tapers in a silver Miss Mabel Turney, both oJ
candleabra completed the ar- Hastings, and the bridegroom.
rangement for this beautiful elect's mother and grandmother
table. The other linen-covered Mrs, James E. Phinney and Mrs
table, held packages for' the H. T. Phinney, both of Palatka
bride-elect. Roses in shades of Miss Turney's marriage t(
pink graced the piano, the table Neal Phinney of Palatka will be
holding the bride's book and June 14 at the United Metho-
other vantage points in the dist Church, Hastings.
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