The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
January 1, 1959
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
29.4675 x -81.256944


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).

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Preceded by:
St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by:
Palm Coast news
Succeeded by:
Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune


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H' Bunnell BeachConstruction VETERANS AFFAIRS Both Basket Teams 'Flagler County Made Steady


ice Raymond officer for'Flagler Smith' county county serv-has Play Crescent City (Progress In The Past Year I

invited Joe A. Crawford to his !Here Friday NightThe I I
r- Permits Issued office as consultant to discuss I II When we look back over the
technical questions..veterans may Boys Varsity and Girls Family Night At year 1958 it at first seems to

\ Building permits issued by want answered. Basketball Teams play Crescent I Methodist Church have brought little change in
- i City here Friday night 'at 7:30. Flagler County. But closer
,, the clerks of Bunnell and Flag. Crawford represents the head Sunday Evening upon

ler Beach for the last six months quarters office of the Florida Department The Girls have played three I Family'Night will be observed examination one may recall thata

of 1958 are listed, and the total of Veterans Affairs at I games this season, winning alii I i next Sunday evening at the First great amount of progress has

for all of 1958' in Bunnell are Pass a Grille, and his' servicesare three. This 'should be a good Methodist Church at seven o' been made.

given. free of charge to all con- game. I clock. Family night is observed We would say the biggest

Bunnell City Clerk L. H. Drady cerned. 'each first Sunday evening at the thing to happen to the peopleof
The started for
said he had issued permits'for He will be in Smith's office I Boys practice Church and the program includes this county in 1958 was al
this gameMonday night of this
the last half of 1958 totaling from 1:30 to 4:30 p. m. January week. Mike Parker will not singing, and discussions on What most complete agricul-

158,600. Of this amount $98,000was 7. Appoinment should be made Methodist Believe. ture. Almost every farmer lost
play this week due to being out
for new homes, $4,800 for through Mr. Smith. : Following the service light refreshments money on last spring's crops,
of town for the holidays with '
alternation and repair, and $55 -... will be served. The and this was the second crop r
p r*pr ts. Ronnie Canakaris, Gary
.goo for commercial structures. nursery will be prbvided for season of losses. A great part
Burdette, and Jerry Burnsed will J
The amount of permits for the Dr. J. E.- Rose be added to the roster for this children too young to participatein of the loss was caused by the
first six months was $131,200, the service. unusually cold weather.As .
.and for the was, $289,800. game. Rev. Wesley Wilder has also
year marks of list
Dies SundayIn Crescent City has lost three I progress we
announced that the MethodistMen's
Flagler,Beach Town Clerk Rudolph I games this season, losing to the following as only exa/nples:
Club will be reorganized
t, Peterson reported today Green Cove, Palatka and I The Junior College serving
i, a total of $99200; in permits for PensacolaDr. All three of these HlIlard'l on the second Wednesday night Flagler and Volusia Countieswas

'that in the last half in January. .
municipality in
; strong teams, opened September as now
of 1959., Of, these $86,700 was J. E. .Rose ''bf Pensacola, The Bulldogs have won all has about 1300 students.

for new homes and $12,500 for former residents of Bunnell and five games and losing none. A Funeral l.For The' four-lane work on U. S.

........ .__-.... -commercial*%uildings.- The,first Flagler Beacb'lied,at:his home. large crowd is anticipated to see : -. Highway 'through the county .

six month's figures were not there early Sunday afternoon following -.these two games. Game time is .' is virtually completed. Work is
.- readily available. a long illness. He was 79 7:30 Friday night. "Mrs. Ferguson now' in progress in rebuilding

years of age and had been retired State' Highway AlA (along the

about two years. Held Saturday ocean) from intersection of State

Cowart Rites Dr. Rose was a native of Youth Recognition I Highway 11 in Flagler Beach to

Brewton, Alabama, and had Seville the Volusia
I 'Mrs. Carrie Ferguson of Flagler County line
Held In SevilleFuneral practiced medicene in Alabama Week Observed At mother of Mrs. Harry Clegg of on the south. In addition, paving

several years before coming to Bunnell, died in her sleep in the is In progress on the St.
Florida. He located in Hast-
was Methodist ChurchCollege early morning of Thursday,
services were held on ings and Crescent City before short (Continued on page 4)
December 25, following a
Sunday afternoon December 14 coming to Bunnell in 1941. Later Students of the' First 92 of
illness. She was years
at the First Baptist Church of he moved to Flagler Beach. He Methodist Church of, Bunnell,

Seville for Walter Edward Cow- and Mrs. Rose moved to Pensa-' who were at home for The age.Mrs.. Ferguson was a native of New Telephone

art, six year old son of Mr. and cola about a year ago. Christmas vacation, were in .LaGrange, Georgia and movedto

Mrs. Victor Cowart .of Bunnell. Funeral services were held charge of the morning services Seville with her family in DirectoriesOut
The Rev. Dr. O. Lafayette Walker from the Fisher-Pou Funeral I Sunday morning in observance
I 1900 where she had since resided.
of Stetson University officiated Chapel in Pensacola at 10 o'- of the National Youth Recognition -
She was a member of the Seville Next Week
at the service. clock Tuesday morning. Rev.E. Week. Methodist Church.

Edward died at the home ofF W. Ware, of. Graceville from- Jim Cook was leader of the .
Funeral services were held
his grandparents, Mr.' and Mrs. er pastor of the First Baptist service and Billy Deen was the Saturday afternoon from the A measure of the growth of

Ed Peterson in Seville bn the Church of Bunnell, officiated at speaker of the morning. Laura Daytona Beach, Bunnell, and sur-
Methodist Church of Seville with
twelth after a .long illness. He the service. Interment folllowed Fetterly was organist and.Diana the rounding communities has a
Rev. Francis Smelt,
was born in Palatka September there. McKnight was in charge of pastor, large increase in the number of
off"Mting. Interment was in
seventh, 1952. Dr. Rose is survived by his music and arrangements. They Telephone Directories being dis-
the Seville
He is survived by his parents, wife of Pansacola; a daughter, I I were also assisted by Gloria I I Survivors Cemetery.include two daugh tributed beginning January 6, .

'_ one brother, Walter; one sister, Mrs. ,Benny Black of Bunnell; McArn. to local subscribers.
ters, Mrs. Harry Clegg of Bun
Barbara all of Bunnell. Also two sons, Sgt.-Major Harold.Rose Rev. Bryant Spivey, who is Delivery will take several days
I I I nell and Mrs. Frank Calhoun of
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. of San Diego, Calif., and ,Ralph with the Baptist Youth weekin but should be completed by Jan
Seville son George Ferguson -
Peterson and Mrs. O. W. Cowartof Rose 'of Ft. Myers. Also surviving the University of South Carolina ; one uary 10, 1959.Approximately.
Seville sister 'Mrs. Berta
one ,
Seville.Burial are several grandchildren. in Columbia,. and who'was 33,136, new di-
Betterson, Seville two brothers,
was in the Seville Ceme- i vacationing at Flagler Beach ; rectories are'going to homes and
Charlie and William Holle of
tery. Pallbearers were Leslie Court Reconvenes with his parents, was introducedand businesses, according to Ray
LaGrange, Georgia. Also sur
Tucker Victor Buckles, Corbett gave a short talk on work I Leach, Manager for SouthernBell
viving are six grand children
Mew, and MyrI Henry. with the College Youth there. Telephone, compared with
Wednesday, Jan. 7 and eight great grandchildren. 28,473 when the last directorywas
Allen-Summerhill Funeral

'. The current term oft circuit I home of .DeLand was in chargeof delivered.The .
Mrs. Maszk Elected will reconvene Wednesday, Jan- Harry Bullock funeral arrangements. New Telephone Directoryhas

uary 7, after haying been in recess many new changed listingsand

.. President Of The since December 29., Shot Accidentally WOULD TEACH other helpful telephone in-
The present grand jury met formation. It is easily distin-

r Legal Secretaries again Monday morning but recessed Friday AfternoonHarry PIANO IN BUNNELLMrs. guishable from the old orange
later in the day. It will H. F. Atwood of Daytona covered book by its light grey

Mrs Eileen Maszk of Bunnell meet again next Wednesday.Two Bullock, 11-year-old son Beach will,come to Bunnell each cover. Enough new directories

has been elected president of the homicide cases are under of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Bul Wednesday to teach advanced have been printed to supply

Daytona Beach Legal Secretaries investigation by the grand jury lock of Haw' Creek, was shot accidentally piano if a sufficient number of every telephone subscriber and

... Association for ,the new: year, and what. other 'matters they at the family homeon students are available, Mrs. Wil- to allow for future telephone

Mrs. Maszk was ..installed'presi wish to consider. December 26 by an older I liam Wadsworth said today. expansions

dent at the. installation dinner brother who was doing target r 1 According to an advertisementin The classified section "yellow

and Christmas'; party of the As- BEACH COMMISSION practice.. { this week's issue of The Tribune pages" contain listings for busi

sociation held", recently at the The brother, Donald, was those interested ,in advanced ness telephone subscribers under

Daytona Plaza Hotel in Daytona POSTPONES MEETINGThe shooting at a target through the I -nstruction may contact headings alphabetized accordingto

Beach. Attorney Melviri Offing- town commission of Flag- doorway of the home when Har-.Mrs., Wadsworth. for more infor their business or professions.

er of Daytona Beach conductedthe ler Beach will not. hold its regular ry ran into the range of fire, mation. "The varitey of classifications

installation service. ,meeting tonight' but has his aunt, Mrs. K. L. Tucker said. ,It was said Mrs Atwood is a describing products, services,

Mrs. Mask will hold her first postponed it to a later date, The bullet passed through his graduate of New England Con professions and businesses provides .

board meeting; Sunday at her Town Clerk Rudolph Peterson body in the abdominal region.He servatory of ,Music in Boston. a convenient ready refer-

home on North Chapel St, when said today. was taken to the local hos- She is 'also a member of the Na ence guide when you want ''to

she will entertain. the group at The meeting was postponed pital where he is receiving medical tional Piano Guild and has beena locate a firm or'individual," Mr.

a luncheon. because of .holiday. treatment.rl piano teacher for 30 years. Leach pointed outrft

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# i'I I Douglas Schatz left during the The Chinese, for example, believe arrived in Honolulu on that
: weekend for Maryland where he in getting the New Year off date after successfully laying
." Jlagler lSeqc is stationed with the Navy after to a good start by I paying up all down 2,000 miles of cable from
I spending several! days here with their debts on New Year's Eve. San Francisco to Honolulu.Mr. .
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert And the English claim it's a
LUNA BABBITT I Schatz. Fred Schatz came from good idea to start a savings account -

Telephone HEmlock 9-2098 Miami on Wednesday to spend on January 1. since what and Mrs. Clarence Weaver
several days with them. Fred you do on New Year's Day is and family motored to Taylors
what the ensuing
ville, N. C. last week to spendthe
ard Dolch on his trip here who year will be like. A round loaf holidays with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. George Miles The Flagler Beach Garden were on their way to Jacksonville of bread dipped in honey sym-
Moody announce the engage- for Christmas. bolizes Jewish
Club has scheduled its January I hopes for a
ment of her daughter Miss smooth (the roundness of the
business meeting for Tuesday, i
TV Service
Claudia. Gail Watson, to Mr. Taylor's
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burkholder bread) and prosperous (the
January 6, at 1 p. m., at the
Fred Charles Bell of Jacksonville, home of Mrs. Margaret Cook 'in :and daughter, Janet Sue, from honey) New Year. HE 9-239
' Florida. I Bunnell. South Bend, Ind., are spendingtwo I I The same spirit of hospitalityand DAYTONA at 29th,& St.
The is to be late in
wedding weeks here with their socialability that makes the FLAGLER BEACH
January. The bride-elect has I The holiday party and buffet
daughter and son in law Mr. Wassail Bowl such a success in
been attending high school in is to be on Saturday evening, I and Mrs. William Babbitt, and Scotland prompts Armenian
Jacksonville. The January 3, at six o'clock in the his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray housewives of Persia to get up
is majoring in engineering at home of Mrs. E. H. Threadgill.This .Burkholder.Mr. I I
II early on New Year's Day and Seed PotatoesCAN.
Jacksonville University.Mr. will be a covered dish sup I
!set about baking the traditional
for members and their husbands i
per and I New Year cakes.
Mrs. Harry Kuleski P. E. I.
and each member is to
and Mrs. Dewey Davis and entertained her parents, Mr. and The baking must be done .
their niece, Elaine Davis, from bring their plates, cups and RED'S
Mrs. Reid Williams, from Cassa- early for the New Year is the
Taylorsville, N. C., have been saucers. dago Christmas. They were accompanied day for visiting and entertaining. &
spending the holidays here with The club's committee for the by her grandmother, .
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. holiday home lighting contest Mrs. Justin Williams. SEBAGOES

Davis. was favorably impressed with FIRST CABLE CALLHASTINGS
the interest shown in home Charles Northrip, on vacation The first message was cabled MY 2.4981:

Miss Mary Furrer of Daytona decorations this year. There was II:from the University of Floridain across the Pacific on January 1,I BUNNELL ID 7-3443
Beach stopped over here Christ I I Claudia Gail Watson, to Mr. Gainesville, has visited here I 1903. The cable ship "Silverton"
mas day to visit with friends. I I a good response with the number II I several times while going to ,
She was on her way to St. Au- of homes entering the contest I Titusville to visit his mother, I I
gustine.Mr. I with more elaborate decorations. I i Mrs. Lee Burnsed. On his ,way INSURE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured
First prize was won by Mr. and 'back from theGator Bowl football
and Mrs. Frank Crotty and Mrs. William Buteux on South I I game in Jacksonville Sat
her mother, Mrs. May Hendren, Daytona Ave.; second by Mr. and urday, he' stopped over ,and I GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
spent Christmas Day visiting Mrs. Rufus Miller in Hillcrest; I visited with Judson Stryker until i

with" her son and daughter in third by Mr. and Mrs. Harry KUI-I Sunday afternoon. 'I H. T. COOK AGENCY
eski in Hillcrest and
law, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Har- ;
gett in Favoretta.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Chaffee on :Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Haines. Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida :
Central Ave. entertained during the holidays

Thursday. Nettie in Ormond.,Brusich Beach spent with Those Ivan Ingle designated arrived for from honor-Ver- Ivan Ingle arrived from Vef- .....l'.1'..................l'.-...-....,:'..........,:'..,:'.........-.-....,:'..........,:'....."...-

her daughter and son in law, able mention were Mr. and Mrs. mont to spend the winter here. : FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHF
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dzioba. Paul Vogel, Mr. and Mrs. Har- I

I Ir mon Wingrove, Mr. and Mrs. R. New Year Once Top AMBULANCE .
their son and daughter in law, E. Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Huber "-4-1625
: Mr. and Mrs. George Haines, of and Junior Hutchinson. Holiday In Russia SER'VICE' PHONE VAlley
Orlando, and their daughter and First prize was $10, second $7; I ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
son in law, Sgt and Mrs. Bobby) third was $5 and fourth $4. Welcoming in the New Year
Anderson, ,with their two sons in revolutionary Russia wasa I Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

from Fayetteville; N. C. rousing affair-a booming 1X *.*. always at your service with promptness safety: and

Norbet Hahn with his son cannon shots fired at midnigt -...
David and daughter Diane left In Petrograd, now Leningr .
Tuesday for their home in Wake- the streets would be jamr "*. n Resusitator and Inhalator

TV BobSERVICE man, Ohio, after visiting a week with merrymakers. After j.
I here with his sister and brotherin booming cannon ushered in G neral Home
law, Mr. and Mrs J. P. Stryker Ne v Year, the Czar would fc
P. i:. C' Accused Funeral Director
Sr. On the trip down e receive the good wish
y were accompanied by H 1 o h, hoc: ubjects. : ADT ASSISTANT
\ all .makes Mrs. Ruth Hahn, who ii an ert i. New Year's Pay the \... ........_...... ... .l'.I14........................."..........."......... .. ....... .

,. : Sales, Tubes and I for a visit. On Sati in ice was open to soc. p ." '
Hahn and David, acco. "et i v reigned throughout the ,
t Antenna Installation by Mr. Stryker, motored: to the ...y and hospitality and charity Tired of Rent?
;. PHONE HE 9-2204 I central part of the state on a were the watchwords from pal- Paying
sightseeing trip for the day. ace to cottage.

Oven InfluenceThe COME SEE US
mythical Ovsen was sup-
posed to be around at this I time.

I He was usually depicted astridea
boar, symbolically' associatedwith
the pork served for New

Year dinner and the symolism
, ,
of Aryan descent.
. Ovsen's name (similar to the
t.' French word for oats) suggestshis

influence over matter per-

... taining to the harvest. Since \
earliest times Russian boys were .
accustomed to go from house to '"
f'f. IN Goo wt house encouraging everyone
"across" the gulf'between the

,,:' Past and the Future Year, while
scattering oats and other, grainsin
to ... petition for a bountiful har- NO DOWN PAYMENT!

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Extra Construction Features In All Bevis Homes

New Year Observed
Around The WorldNew

Year traditions' are universal SOLID PIER BLOCKS
,of every dollar: although there may be TOP QUALITY PAINT CHOICE OF COLORS /

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you earn should stay with! 'the one i
1 in the race and creed of
Y person who deserves it the most the observants. Built On 'Your Lot

r4: .: ',.' YOU. The .time to save is Low Monthly Payments ;
y : now ,. ., the place, right herewith .. Local Representative i
:;t"'J.. : ',our friendly help. Stop in! MRS. BETTE McDANIEL ,
DIRT CONTRACTSCALL Phone ID. 7-3206 Bunnell l, ,Florida' ;


If Bevis Construction Co. Inc. 1
i ,Citizens Bank Of Bunnell ,
EMIL MISSINNEPhone Call Collect EA 5-5317 .... Pal atka, Florida
'". + HE 9-2094 OPEN DAILY 8:00 $. M. TIL, 5:00 P. M.
, 3% Interest Paid On Savings Accounts LAKE OTT HIGHWAY; l/2 MILE WEST OP WYE AT ,

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bE'ITJth I PUNCH PARTY AT I Robert Cook of Bunnell left OP Notice STOCKHOLDERS is hereby' given MEETING that the

LEONARD MOODY HOME Saturday for Chicago where hew annual of the meeting Citizens of the Bank Stockholders of Bun--
Members of the Idlewood Club called by the death of his nell will be held at the Office if
the Bank in Bunnell. Florida,
and their husbands enjoyed a mother, Mrs. Robert Cook, Sr. Wednesday. January 14. 1959 at
from eight to ten 3:00 o'clock P. M. for the electionof
punch party
a Board of Directors to serve
1 n;. o'clock Wednesday evening at ENTERTAINS AT COFFEE for the ensuing year and for the
t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lekus of I I 1 as transaction may properly of such come other before business the

Leonard :Moody home, Venice I 537 N. Beach Street Ormond I meeting.
!| Howell V. Peavy. Cashier
Engagement ToldMr. Park, Flagler Beach. Beach are entertaining with a Jan. 1-8-2tc.O. .

and Mrs. Harry McKenneyof I REBECCA MERCER I coffee on Sunday afternoon on i i I I

this city announce the en- HONORED AT A ,John F. Jones, Sr., of High January 4th from three to five 1 f -. ..." -.v...
gagement of their daughter, BIRTHDAY PARTY Point, N. C., visited here duringthe o'clock honoring Mr. and Mrs. F. ALFORDRegliitered
Barbara Ann, to Mr. William Mrs. Ray Mercer entertainedwith Christmas holidays with Mr. Charles Tonkin.
Leonard r Morris Jr., son of Mr. a birthday party on Mon and Mrs. John F. Jones, Jr., and. Mrs. Lekus. and Mrs. Tonkinare

and Mrs. 'Wm. L. "Morris Sr., of day afternoon honoring her family. sisters. Real Estate Broker:
I 1421 Hubbard Street, Jacksonville daughter, Rebecca :who. cele-
brated her fifth birthday an- St. Stephens Church of Bun ORIGIN OF GRAPES UNKNOWN Bunnell,
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Miss McKenney is a gradu- niversary that day. nell and St. Mary's of. Korona Grapes have been cultivatedso I.
ate of Burmell High School and Seven of her neighborhood are sponsoring a benefit dinnerin long that the plant's placeof
attended Jones Business Collegein I'playmates enjoyed the afternoon I the Woman's Club buildingat origin cannot be accurately I A BUNNELLLODGE

Jacksonville. with her in lawn games and a Flagler Beach on Thursday, determined.. Egyptians evidently G No. 200
Mr. Morris is a graduate of I I weiner roast. Mrs. Mercer was January 18, from one to five o'- !! grew grapes and made wine I F. & A. II. t<

Pierson High in Pierson, Georgia, assisted in caring for her young I clock in the afternoon. Proceeds 1 6,000 years ago. The oldest He- I. Meets First and Third Tuesday
and is now attending Massey I I I guests by her sister Miss Sammie will be for benefit of the two I brew, Greek, and Roman writ-
Institute col '.Technology and is Whitaker.Mr. churches. ings all refer to grape culture. I Dean M. Peterson W. M.
currently employed as manager
of a 7-11 Jacksonville.The I and Mrs. Haskell Dorsey : Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Higgin- ..
date of the wedding will and children, Jim and Elizabeth, i botham and daughters ,visited in ,
be announced later. returned to their home in Gaines- Tampa with Mrs. Higginboth- Piano Instruction DragliningBulldozing '
ville, Georgia, Sunday after a am's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mor
: .holiday visit here with Mrs. ris Stultz, during the Christmas
:MICHAEL HUDSONMr. I I'I Dorsey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. holidays. They also toured .Anyone interested in se-<
and Mrs. Michael Hudsonof .L. M. Whitaker. through the southern part of the
I Advanced Piano
Cocoa are the parents of a curing
state before returning home.
.son :born on December 22 at the I I Mr. and Mrs. William Deen Instruction each Wed-' Land Clearing

Patrick Airforce Base Hospital.He I'have as their guests Mrs. Deen's Mr. and Mrs. Pete Barber of nesday please contact !
has been named Michael and I parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Cam- Miami were guests of Mr. and GradingP.
is the grand son of Mr. and Mrs. eron of Belvedere, S. C. Also Mrs. J. D Barber during the Mrs. William Wads-

K. L. Tucker of Bunnell. Mrs. their son Billy Deen who is a Christmas holiday weekend. worth, Bunnell. A. EDMONSON
Hudson is the former Miss Jane student at the University of Phone IDlewood 7.3376
Griffis if Bunnell. ..
Florida in Gainesville.Mrs. .
:Hew Year's Was .1.

GARDEN CLUB MEETS .,Hattie King, Scotty Crews,
Once AffairThe
WITH"MRS. COOK Mr. and Mrs. James ,Crews, Ronnie CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

TheFlagler: Beach Garden Club I I Harris and.Jimmy Burnsed, celebration T>! the New
-will .meet Tuesday January 6th, motored to Jacksonville Satur- Year was once a Spring affair' H. CRAIG Funeral Director
at one 'o'clock at the home of day where they attended the in Egypt and Ttome. Ancient I
HARDIN Associate
Mrs. :H. ":". Cook, East Moody Gator Bowl Game. I Egypt used the overflowing of'
!. 'Boulevard.: the Nile as a calendar and cele- Am OXYGEN
Mr. and' Mrs. T. A.. Jones nave I brated the New Tear accordingly. CONDITIONED I LADY I EQUIPPED

returned to their home here The Babylonians began their CHAPEL ATTENDANTPhone AMBULANCES
( Dinner guests at' the, home of from Georgia where they were New Year In March, and the

"Mr. and Mrs. James Crews called by. the death of Mrs.tones' early Romans followed the BabylonIan I ID 7-3532
'Christmas Day included Mr.' and Father. pattern.

Mrs. Sparky Shepperd and four Bearing this in mind; the cus- I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDABrannam's .
sons, Mr. and Mrs. ,Barney Mul- Mr. and Mrs. James Crews bad tom of invoking the gods of fertility ---
linnix and son, Mrs. Edna Tim- as their house guests during,the at New Year's time-the
mons, "Mrs. Raymond Carr, a d'Raymond holidays Mr. Crews' mother,Mrs. origin of which is lost in an-
of Daytona Beach; also Violet Crews of Waycross Ga. tiquity-seems logical and ap Food Market
Mrs. Crew's mother, Mrs. E. F.
Murrayand son Steven Faganof Mr. and Mrs. Theo Fuller of Roman Masks

Fern Park.. :Her father, Robert Panama City visited here Mon- The Romans were accustomedto
Burnsed of Cocoa, also visited day and Tuesday with Mr. and hanging tiny masks of Bacchus -* Wishes ,Everyone

her on Friday.Mr. Mrs. M. B. Fuller. upon trees and vines, the I

Idea being to Impart fertility to I
-and Mrs. 'Jimmy Kelley, Mr and Mrs. Ed Steinmetzof every side of the tree to which A Happy ando
Jr., and sons :KTtke and Zane, Sycamore, m., are visiting In I the masks were turned by the
have returned to their home Flagler Beach with Mr. and Mrs. wind. 1

here from'a holiday visit in Ten- James Ward at the-'Ocean View In the old days,.Roman youths
nessee with Mr.KeTley's parents. Motor Court. Mrs. Steinmetz Is went from house to house singing ProsperousNew

a sister of Mr. Ward. and wishing everyone a
Guests at the borne of Mrs.
Mrs. Joe Niven, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William Marshall prosperous Scottish lads New Year.always had a I ,00 -3 Year. And

' Maude Holland during the returned to their home 1 n howling good time going about I
" George Geibert Sr., and son Hol- Onancock, Va., Saturday after a on New Year's Eve switching the

, Christmas Holdays were Mr. and I holiday here with Mrs. Mar- trunks of trees and petitioning J We Express Our Appreciation for
land, and,Mr. and :Mrs. George t shall's father, Raphael Sturman.Mr. "a good, howling crop."
Geibert, Jr., and little daughter
Reflecting the fear of starvation
,Janna of Jacksonville. ; Mr. and and Mrs. Leonard Moody peasant families in various Your Patronage In The Past.
:Mrs. Gales Cone of Daytona and daughter, Eula Lee, visitedin parts of the world baked a special -
.Beach. Also Mr. and Mrs.>ave Eustis Sunday with Mr. and New Year's cake which they
Cowan and .children Davey, Mrs. 'Robert Dodson. MEAT
They were dashed against the door; mem- DEPARTMENTFresh .
I Douglas, an Kim of Orlando.Mr. accompanied there by Mr. and bers of the household hastenedto Grade'"A" Flo.

Mrs. Bill !Jackson who are visiting ; pick up a piece and eat it, FRYING CHICKENS
and Mrs. ,Benny Black in Daytona Beach. i prayerful that neither hunger nor m29rFresh

have returned to their home here I want should enter the house .Ground ,
I' from Pensacola where they spent Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John during the ensuing year.
a'week with Mrs. Black's parents, F. Jones this week are Mr. Jones' BEEP :.;. "f-- ; .3 ibs 1
. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Rose. brother in law ,and sister, Mr. THE WASSAIL BOWL :.' .
Swifts 'Premium '
and Mrs. C. C. :Murrow and two The Wassail Bowl is the center #

children, Jean and Mike of of adult festivities in 'Scot- FRANKS Cello Pak .- tt49C
, High Point, N. C. land. Its origin is lost in an-
FRED A. FRUITS U. S. Govt. Graded Good -
tiquity, but tradition has en-
I JEWELERDIAMONDSWATCHES Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gordon and dowed the ,Wassail Bowl with CLUB STEAKS lb79e:
boys visited with relatives in legendary romance. It is orna- .
: Cheraw. S. C., during the holi- mental in design and decorrated Golden RipeBANANAS .

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t.<: Social Security I IF. Potato growers of this and tion during the year through .. .... .. ...

most all other potato producingareas births and new residents moving

of the state came togetherand into the county. AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I
Dates Changed
adopted a Federal Market- Not as a mark of progress but

ing Agreement in the hope the of time, we note the passing a- ..............................................................,

t To Second Mondays agreement will help stablize I way of many old friends, which AUTO SERVICE .BOAT SERVICE

Representatives of the Social marketing.The should be the only note of sad-

... Security office in Daytona Beach county commission also I ness to mark the passing of the McDANIEL'S ORMOND MARINA

will be at the Flagler County I realigned their districts to conform year 1958. Service Station Formerly Al's Boat Yard
The above points out only a
r / Courthouse each second Monday with law, thus providinga Boats rebuilt & refinished
of January February' and March, more nearly equal population f few of the changes in this coun- STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS COMMERCIAL BOATS WELCOMEFree

ty during 1958, all of which were estimates-Reasonable rates
Service Officer ,Raymond I
Veterans in each of the five districts. Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Boat listings-Storage
t. Smith said today. published by this newspaper, Concrete Ramp
; I Bunnell ID 7-7119 1618 John Anderson Dr. OK 7-2632
and found reviewingthe
: The representatives have been A Federal Housing Project was were by ,

holding hours here on the first completed. All units are now 1958 file of copies. BOATS AND MOTORS

;" Monday during the past quarter occupied, providing excellent I Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION

. Smith said, and the date has housing for many' low-income UNIQUE CALENDARThe Johnson's Boat Basin

;: been changed for the next quar families. GULF TIRES & BATTERIES BOATS & :MOTORS
. ter. Citizens Bank of Bunnell observed The M 0 sIc m' calendar is .
Rented 7 days a week
its 20th anniversary by unique: the 12 months of the Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days
Live Bait
-Launching Ramp
having a banquet for all officers year begin with the approximatenew State &Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Fishing Tackle

PROGRESS MADE IN and personnel of the bank moon without any inter- 10 mi. N. Flagler Beach on AlA

FLAGLER COUNTY The fact that there has not calculation to keep them geared I Colonial Service Station

been a traffic fatality in this to the seasonal equinoxes. Thus BOAT SHOP
(Continued from page 1) I
EARL: E. RICE. Proprietor
county in more than a year anda the months, and New Year's, GASOILLUBRICATIONMOTOR

Johns Park road from inters half should be looked upon too-retrograde through the enI I TUNE'-UP Largest and Most Complete

tion of State 305 to Crescent with great satisfaction, and asa tire year in, about 88% years. I GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Stock of Boats, Motors

Lake. compliment to those officers U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL Marine Supplies in the Area

charged with regulating traffic.In IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
As a result of population In. another FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA lit St. Augustine-Ph. VA 9.2764
a separate story, CHANCERY NO. 358O
crease Southern Bell 'TelephoneCo. measure of material progresscan LEROY A. HOCH. Hall's Atlantic StationJack CLEANERS

has built and put into op- Plaintiff
be seen .in the building per vs. Hall, Proprietor
eration a new exchange (HE 9) mits issued by Bunnell and Flag.. OLIVE D. HOCH; Defendant.' BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY

at Flagler Beach. Thus relieving let Beach during 1958. NOTICE TO DEFEND GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccesories CLEANING
the load Bunnell exchange
on The Tribune itself added several Olive D. Hoch SERVICE

, IDlewood 7. thousands dollars worth of Haddon Hills Apartments ROAD SERVICE
" Haddonfleld New Open Daily 8-5:30
Florida Power & Light Co.,has new automatic equipment to You are hereby notified that a BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Saturday 8-6:30
about completed a new distribution suit has been filed against you In
provide the businesses of this the above entitled cause and you 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell
plant and office here, with area with faster service and are hereby required to file your an-
f swer with the Clerk of this Court JOE MORRISPURE
increase in consumption of DRUG STORES
an more versatile work. The newspaper's and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney OIL
power. list of, paid subscribersare whose name and address is: Anderson
The new Methodist Church highest in its history. Ray Selden GASOILLUBRICATIONTIRES Drug Store .
was officially used by membersin Crime in the county has been Daytona Beach. Florida ACCESSORIES Prescriptions
May 1958. It is complete except not later than January 9th A. D. Sick Room
neglible (in relation to Supplies
population 1959. Open 7:30 A.M. to 9 P.M.
for the lighting system. ). There were two homicides If you fail to do so. decree pro Sundries
confesso will be entered againstyou FLAGLER BEACHJ.
The Commission
County during the year, and the for the relief demanded in the BUNNELL
having the court house com- bill of complaint. The nature of
of court will ,
present rm probably said suit being for divorce.
pletely rewired, various parts of dispose these cases. WITNESS my hand and seal of L., Presswood Garage
said Court this 3rd day of Decem- Thompson PharmacyYour
of the and improvements '
building repaired
The "schools continue to grow, ber A. D. 1958. STANDARD PRODUCTS
made in the circuit (Official Seal) I II I Health Is Wealth
and The Tribune finds that the '
General Repairing-Road Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS
court chambers and court room. greater majority of parents are Clerk of said Circuit Court
The commission bought five: Dec. 11-18-Z5,1958 & Jan. 1. 19594tcIN Visit Our I Grocery DepartmentFor
well pleased with the
voting machines in 1958. These the schools. operationof THE COL-RT' TilE COUNTY Frozen Foods and Staples In Our Hands

were used in the last elections The'county .gained in popula- FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN
Re: Estate of
and provided much more rapid TABITHA PIERCE HARRIS FLORISTS-
i tallying of votes cast. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Deceased.To Sullivan's Gulf Service -
NAME LAW All Creditors and Persons
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Having Claims or Demands Against GULF Blacks Flower Shop
Notice Is hereby given that the
Said Estate:
Phone IDlewood 7-3348P.
undersigned pursuant to Chapter You and each of you are hereby GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES
CLASSIFIEDADS 0953._Laws of Florida 1941. will notified and required to present any .O. Box 3 Bunnell, Fla.
register with the Clerk of the Cir- claims and demands which you or Beach Information
cuit Court in and for Flagler either of you. may have againstthe "Specializing Service and Flowers For All OccasionsWe
County. Florida upon receipt of Clean Rest Rooms"In
estate of Tabitha Pierce Harris,
proof of publication of this notice, deceased late of Sullivan County The Heart of Flagler Beach accept orders for Delivery
the fictitious name to-wit: State of New York to the County Anywhere in the U.S.A.
Flagler Beach Trailer Park under Judge of Flagler County Florida,
which we are engaged at rent- at his office in the court house of
Llatlaga made tUm leading arc ing trailer space at Flagler Beach. said County at Bunnell Florida WILSON SERVICE
9 eemta per word caek lucrtioa* Florida and that the undersignedare
within eight calendar months from PEOPLE DO
B4 cent !. minimum charge the only persons interested in the time of the first publication of STATION
said business. this notice. Each claim or demand
INCOME TAX RETURNSED Dated at Flagler Beach. Florida shall be in writing.,and shall state RICHFIELD PRODUCTSGRANT READ SMALL ,ADS
BIELEJESKI this 11th day of December. 1958. the place of residence and post office -
RAY FINCH address of. the claimant and
Income, Tax Consultant CHRISTY FINCH shall be sworn to by the claimant WILSON Owner YOU DID.
Dec. 18-25 & Jan 1-8 Itc
his ,
agent or attorney any
1 mile west of Bunnell
such claim demand filed
or not so
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. South U..S. 1 Bunnell Fla.
shall be void. 7-3282
Highway 100. Call ID for Details.
Phone ID 7.3307 1-1-tfc IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY Administratrix CTA of the
.. Case No. 3591 Tabitha Pierce Harris deceased FLOOR COVERING
FOR SALE-Thor wringer type ANNETTE, FORDHAM. First publication December 18.
washing machine in good work- Plaintiff 1958. Shield's Service Station
vs. Dec 18-25. 1958 &>Jan. 1-8r 1959-Itc Tilecraft Company"LET
JOHN F. FORDHAM. JR.Defendant. _._
ing order, $30.00. Call IDlewood Chester McKenzie Mechanic
US FLOOR YOU"Armstrong
WANTEDSecretary with ability JOHN F. FORDHAM. Jr. CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL Right Now We'll Overhaul and Sold and InstalledAll
Route 1 Plaintiff Repair Your Power MowerNo
to take shorthand. Salary open. Cochran Georgia -vs- Job Too Big Or Too Small Work Guaranteed
Please submit application to a suit for divorce has been JOANNE BENNETT and RALPH. 111 No. Bay St., Bunnell Ormond Beach OR 7.3181

,""Secretary care Flagler Tri filed against you In the above en- D. GOLL and, wife. ELLEN E.
titled cause and you are hereby GOLL. Smitty's 66 Service HARDWARE
bune. required to serve upon Plaintiff's Defendants.
Attorney whose name and address NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN
I! hereon. written defense MARTGAGE FORECLOSURESUIT Phone HE 9-2321 Flagler Beach Hardware
FOR SALE-2 bedroom CBS appear your -
l if any to the Bill of Com- TO FORECLOSE The Most Complete Modern
.. home, in Hillcrest, Flagler Beach. plaint. ,In said suit on or before STATE OF MORTGAGE FLORIDATO Auto Service on MASURY 'PAINTS

Large lot and large garage, va- the 31st day of January. A. D. 1959 : RALPH D. GOLL and wife. FLAGLER BEACH FISHING TACKLE
else decree pro confesso will be
cant. Call,H. F. Lerch, HEmlock entered against you. Pleasant Valley Road General Towing Repairs-Wheel& Wrecking Balancing I Duralite Paint-That Good Paint
WITNESS hand and seal of I
92395. 12-4-tf my Cleveland 30. Ohio. TV Stamps
said Court this 30th day of December You. RALPH D. GOLL and wife ; I HEmlock 9-2193 Hiway No. 11
A. D. 1958. ELLEN E. GOLL are hereby notified FLAGLER BEACH
FOR SALE-Oranges and grape. (SEAL) that a Bill of Complaint and AUTO PARTS-USED
fruit. Call ID 73664. RALPH E. HARBERT Amendment to Bill of Complaint to .
As Clerk of said Court foreclose a certain mortgage on the 1 .. REAL ESTATE
Dec. 18-tfc By AUDREY B. McKNIGHT following described property, to- StationNEW
Vet's Service
Deputy Clerk wit: I
W. L. WADSWORTHP. Lot 10 In Block 6 of the Fu- Margaret GivensReg.
FOR RENT-At Flagler Beach O. Box 396 quay Subdivision of the Townof & USED PARTS

3 bedroom unfurnished house Bunnell. Florida Flagler Beach Flagler County Top Prices Paid for Wrecked Cars
: Attorney for Plaintiff. Florida as per plat of said Real Estate Broker
See Harold Massie at Flagler Jan. 1-8-15-Z--4tc Subdivision on file and of record 24-Hour Towing and Wrecking Notary PublicSpecializing
in the office of the Clerkor In
Beach. 112''ltIFOB the Circuit Court for Flag- ServiceU.

ler County Florida. In Plat .S. 1 South ID 7.3557 or 7.3470
HEMT6 room furnished mlJt Jflagltr crrthutaBUNNBLI Book 1 at Page 26. HEmlock 9-2035
has been filed against you and you Ken Mar Motel-Flagler Beach
apartment;, 3-room furnished are required to serve a copy of
FLORIDA your Answer or Pleading to the BAR AND PACKAGE STORE
apartment, $30.00 a month; groom Bill or Complaint and Amendmentto BUILDING SUPPLIES

furnished apartment. Con.. Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs .
attorney H T. Cook. Citizens LUCKY'S BAR
tact Capitol Motel, Korona. MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor Bank Building. Bunnell. Florida. WICKLINE
and file the original Answer or
Nov. 20-tf Pleading the office of the Clerk FLAGLER BEACH Building Supplies .
Designated, Omelal ......tI... of the Circuit Court on or before
the 31st day of January. 1959. If Dancing Saturday Nites CEMENT ;=- CEMENT BLOCKS
I for Public Hettee .f FlakierCuty. you fall to do so. judgment by default -
thereto will be taken against you for Jam Session Sunday P.M. STEEL
JOHNSTON'S the relief demanded in the Bill of .
sad the State ., ......... Complaint and Amendment to Bill, Flagler Beach -. HE 9-2254 '
This notice shall be publishedonce

; LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, Batere4 class Matte weeks each week In The for Flagler four consecutive Tribune- BIMINI BAR ANDPACKAGE RESTAURANT

WATER FRONT, FARMS Fefcrvary *, the pMteflec DONE AND ORDERED at Bun-
nell. Florida this 29th day of December SEASIDE MANORGAY'S
ACREAGE at Bu.elL .,....... seder act .! A. D. 1958. '

See us for yOur real' estate needs March 3. J8'I'L1 RALPH Clerk of E. the HARBERT Circuit Court 1 MILE WEST OF BUNNELL PLACE

Office,Phone HE 9-2032 Flagler County. ,Florida. BEER ON TAP,
(Circuit Court Seal) : WE DELIVER BEER & WINE TO GO
.. or' ID 7-3517 aIx moDt"_ fLU H. T. Cook Attorney for' PlaintiffJan. ID 7-3307 Flagler Beach HE 92141r
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