The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
December 21, 1961
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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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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.1 House UNIVERSITIESMiss Bunnell residents are requested Gets NominationsFor
Open : Nancy Walker, studentat to place their garbageout t
Stetson University in DeLand, ,
-:' :a.K early Friday morning as .
was recently named to Who's Officer Slate
Tuesday Who in American Colleges and city forces begin early collec- 'I

Universities.Miss tion Gene Barber said today.
'f The City''' Commissioners of Walker is the daughter ; Friday will be the last collec- At a meeting of the Flagler I
j Bunnell will hold Open House : tion until Thursday morning, Committee of 100 Tuesday evening
of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Walkerof
L at the Bunnell Civic Center on December 28. D. D. Moody was named
New Smyrna Beach, and the
:r' December 28 from 6. to 8 o'clock granddaughter of Mrs. Daisy The city employees will have chairman of the industrial com- I

/' in the evening. The open house Walker of Bunnell. Monday, Tuesday. and Wednesday mittee. Duties of this committee I
.' will mark the completion ,of the l off.Christmas. is to begin collecting infor- !
addition to the building. I : mation on industrial sites available -

Last year the commissioners !Flu Closes All CantataAt in Flagler County, along
completely renovated the build. r with maps and other informa

ing, adding a new lighting sys- 'Flagler SchoolsThe tion that is needed.
f tern, new ceiling and roof. Baptist The nominating committee,

This year they began Flagler County schools Church composed of Eula Fuller, How-

dition which included a kitchen, were closed Tuesday due to an SundayThe ard Wisehaupt, and Charles

and rest rooms. The old stage outbreak of flu among students. TED PANCHELLA morning worship service Creal, presented a slate of nine

was torn out and that area was With the number of students COMPLETES BASIC I at the First Baptist Church on names as directors of the com-

made into a dining space for absent, due to the flu, the Boardof MARINE TRAINING Sunday, December' 24, will be in J I mittee. They were James Ebert,
r the building. Public Instruction decided to the form of a Cantata, "A Carol, D. D. Moody, T. E. Holden, JohnM.

Open house will give citizensof close the schools three days I Marine Pvt. Theodore Pahchel- Fantasia'. Carols of Christmas Canakaris, George Moody, Sr.

Flagler County an opportunity earlier for the Christmas vaca- ,la, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony music and text arranged by E. Joseph' Paquin, Harold Massie,

: to see the improvements I tion. i Panchella of Bunnell, completed J. Lorenz, presented by an aug M. J. Sullivan, and M. L. John.

made In and to the building.OutdoorLighting ,IJ I I Schools were scheduled to reopen recruit training, November 23, at mented choir of 24 under the son.Nomintions

J on January 8, but becauseof :the :Marine Corps Recruit Depot, direction of Theodore Weber. made from the

II the early 'closing the datewas"setup"toTfanuary :Parris' Island,, S. C. This ..cantata has been widely floor were: Thomas Lenssen,
; 3. > ,The.12weeks- ofintensive used a number of times in' Howard Wisehaupt, Eula Fuller

training include drill, bayonet Cleveland the last two years and Charles Creal. Mr. Creal

Will Be JudgedSaturday Rev Jim TaylorTo training, physical conditioning, and includes: requested that his, name be
parades and ceremonies, the M-l "The Christmas Invitation" withdrawn as he felt he would
Night I I rifle and instruction in other Message of the Angles""The; not have the time to devote as

Those who have outdoor Rotary Club basic marine infantry weapons. Dark Silent Town"; 'Guided bya an officer. The directors will be
The Rev. Jim Taylor, pastorof New marines 'will next reportto elected at the annual meetingon
Star" Adoration"
Christmas lighting are asked to ; "The ; and I
the Bunnell and Federal. Camp Lejeune, N. C., for com- "Thrice January 17. .
Holy Day.
them Saturday night
keep on
i Point Episcopal Churches, will bat training. Eula Fuller was named to secure
Organist will be Miss Elaine
.v until 10:45 This is the night I
be the guest speaker at the Panchella was a member of information on places available
for the judging and with the Deen. Mr. Weber will be at the
luncheon meeting of the Rotary the graduating class of Bunnell i to hold a dinner meeting. -
number to be judged it will take piano.
some time. The contest is sponsored Club of. Bunnell on Thursday at High School last June. Soloists will be Mrs. Winnell It is expected that this meetingwill ;
12:3 0 P.M. at the Masonic time
be some in February. ,
/ by the Bunnell Lions Club. Improta, Mrs. Florence Schwenk,

Those who have not already Hall.Mr.. Taylor will speak on the Lewis XJ. Slaugh Mrs. Nana Hilsenbeck, Mrs. Alma
done so are asked to send in Sheffield, John A. Clegg, H.
Christmas theme and will draw
their cards with the address so H. Murray, David Hilsenbeck, Installation Of .j
attention to the religious sig- Beach
the judges will have the proper assisted by special soloists Miss
nificance of the Christmas sea- ,
location. Send informationto Samuella Whitaker and Sico
the son. This is in keeping with Bunnell Masonic
Publicity Chairman Leonard Passes AwayLewis I Deen, both music majors at the
the customs, of Rotary in, the .
Box 38, Bunnell. Florida State University in Tal
Moody, P.O.
United States of observing traditional Lodge Officers ..
There will be no meeting of J. Slaugh of Flagler lahassee. 7- i
Christian and National
j, .- the club next Monday, it being Holidays.The Beach passed away at the Hali- Installation of officers of the
Christmas Day.Christmas. fax Hospital in Daytona Beach Masonic Lodge will be held at
Rev. Mr. is him- '
Taylor ,
I 'Tuesday evening following a Tucker Is Again the Temple on Wednesday, December -
self, a Rotarian and holds mem- 'I
short illness. He was 59 years 27th, at 7:30: P.M. .
Service. bership in the Hastings Club.
Named :President The public is invited to at-
\ He will be introduced by Pro I old.Mr.
Slaugh was a native of tend. The following officers will
At Methodist gram Chairman Clifford :Mc-
Griff. Lancaster, Pa., and t was employed Of Cattlemen GroupAlfred be installed:
as a linotype operatorfor Joe Gordon, worshipful mas- \
Church Sunday a daily paper there for 23 Tucker was reelected ter; Sam Novick, senior warden; ,

The choir of the First Methodist Mrs. .Potterfield, years. He retired 12 years ago president of the Flagler County Don Moore, junior warden;

Church will present special Burlington, N, C., and moved to Flagler Beach to Cattlemen's' Association at their George Wickline, treasurer; Ru-

Christmas music at the 11 o' Dies in Bunnell reside. He was a member of the meeting last week. Elected to fus Miller, secretary;

.clock worship service Sunday :Mrs. Ann B. Potterfield of Bur. Catholic Church.He serve with him was Thomas L. Dean Peterson, senior deacon;

morning Rev. W.' L. Spicer, Jr., lington, N.c., passed away unexpectedly is survived by his wife, Lenssen as vice president. William Tidwell, junior deacon;
said today. in the local hospital Miriam of Flagler Beach; one Howard Taylor, Jr., was re- T. H. Wadsworth, senior stew

The topic for Rev. Spicer's sermon Monday morning: : She was: en- son, Elmer Slaugh of Flagler elected to: serve, as secretary, ard; George English, junior
will be "God's SupremeGift route to ,Cocoa when she was Beach. and R. W. Deen, Jr., was namedto steward; Shelton Brooks, chaplain .

To Man." stricken with a heart attack and The Rosary will be recited at serve as treasurer. ; Keith Lovell, marshal; andL.

Sunday evening at 7 o'clock died shortly after. She was 64 ,8 o'clock Friday evening at the 'Directors to serve this year are M. Whitaker, tyler
of Chapel of Craig Funeral Homeof Lyman L. Gage, Raymon F.
will be the Christmas Eve family years age. I
She is survived her husband Bunnell, 201 Tucker, Thomas L. Lenssen, "
worship service, Rev. Spicer by East Moody 'McKENZIE HOME ;
added. All members and friendsof John .and two. sons, Edwin Blvd. Funeral service will be George Clegg, Harold Emery, 'I ON, CHERRY ST.

the church are invited , and John Robert, all of Burlington. -I at 9 o'clock Saturday morning and Joseph Paquin. I BURNS

tend these services. ., Also surviving are two t from the St. Stephens Catholic WEDNESDAY

brothers and five grandsons.The ![Church here. Interment will follow St. Thomas Will I i I The McKenzie home at 300 N.

COUNTY BOARD TO body was forwarded Monday I at Hope Cemetery. Cherry St. was damaged by fire

MEET WED. JAN. 3' evening?to Burlington for i I Pallbearers are Paul Stanish, Hold Christmas 'I early last Wednesday morning.
services and interment. Craig Brad Bowen, Roy McNab: Silvio I I The blaze was reported around

The stated time for the Boardof Funeral Home of Bunnell was Felice, Charles McCabe, and Leo Service 13 o'clock in the morning and

.County Commissioners monthly in charge of arrangements. Rife. Sunday I I was extinguished by the fire department

meeting is Monday, January I J The body will rest at the Craig St. Thomas Episcopal Churchof About three hours
1, -but since that is a holiday Often a candle 1$ too large for I Funeral Chapel from 5 o'clock Bunnell will have a Christmas ]I later the house was burning

,'the' board will not meet then the opening in the candlestock.To I Friday afternoon until the fune- Service and Communion i again and the fire department
.... 3 this the base of iral hour. 1 I I called second time.
but on Wednesday, January remedy dip Sunday morning, December 24, was a
it*was announced today. the candle .in very hot water, I* Craig Funeral Home* of Bun- at 11 o'clock. |j'j'I I The house was the home of ,

The meeting will be held at I then press. it gently into the i nell is in charge; ''.of arrange- I The priest in charge will be,the late Mr. and Mrs. W. .H. Me-

the usual,hour of ,9 A. M. .holder.. I ments.. Rev. James Henry .Taylor. ,:Kenzie.

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:Mrs. Claude Calvert of Davenport

Iowa, was a business visitor FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING {Whatever The Occasion

: here several days last week.I CO. i -Say It With Flowers !I II

I By'Leslie Pacha Of Daytona. Inc j I fromBlack's ;


Bunnell Bulldogs will travel!!.GAMES FROM HASINGS the School of Nursing in "We're Proud of Our Work" I Phone ID 7-3348 .

to Augustine Friday night to Charity Hospital in New Orleans, 330 Walker Holly HilU OR 7-6120 ;' 111 N. Forsythe Bunnell
,I .
Bray, right forward for the Is visiting with her dur-
play St Joe at 7 o'clock. The A&B White clicked for the FUEL OIL
Green and the AUTO SERVICE I
ing holidays.Mr will play. The game J
first score of the game in the -
with Father Lopez for Friday; I,first few minutes of play. Sec- McLXiNfEt'S I Ki G'S TRUCK STOP

December 15, was cancelled. t lends later, Virginia Bowers and Mrs. John Cannon and Service Station ,PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS

i tossed one through the hoop on son, Ben, are leaving Friday for STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS j. Z.: 'IRVIN, Prop. r

BUNNELL GIRLS MEET Ian overhand shot for two more a visit with Mrs. Cannon's par- I. LubricationTiresBatteriesFuel

ORANGE PARK NEXT YEAR I'I points. At the end of the fourth ents during the holidays in Atlanta Tires-Batteries-Minor Bunnell ID 7-7119 Repairs Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel

The Bunnell girls who have I quarter these two "whizzards" Georgia.Mrs. U.S. '1 N. Bunnell-ID 7.3498

won two out of three games will had rung up 29 points-15 for Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION 'I _

k be idle until January 9th when I Bowers and 14 for Bray. Euline Brock student GARDEN SHOP ,
,n the Orange Park team will cometo \
Bunnell. Wanda Trojan, defensive star I nurse at Grady. Hospital in Atlanta GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen I Gray's Garden Center ;

with their forwards dropping'the Ga., is spending 'the holidays 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days .Headquarters for Gardening Need.

SUE KING AND SHARON ball into the basket with con here with her parents, Mr. State&Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190 i Ceramics, Gifts Materials Dry Arrangement t

TOWNSEND TOP SCORERS tinuous regularity, the defence j and Mrs. Bill Brock. 1 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

i Sue King and Sharon Townsend performed in Stella fashion, with j Colonial Service StationEARL TORO LAWN MOWERS
Wanda Trojan the main Iti I .1 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051' o' '
t are leading the girls in cog. Miss Tressa Slovak, senior E. RICE ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION ORMONDI
due to the efforts of Trojan,
with Barbara Weaver;was ;
scoring student at the School of Nurs- I
!Janicki, Brooks, McKenzie, and I MOTOR TUNE-UP
\ and Sheila Westbrook not far ng at Charity Hospital in New I HARDWARE
I Cywinski that the ball was in GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES I
in back. \ Orleans, is spending the holi-
play in Bunnell territory 75 percent U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL THAT FAMOUS PAINT
,,;' Fg..F..Tp days here with her family. I
of the game and kept the at
S. Westbrook 6 6' 18 ED'S Exclusively
from getting set /
Hastings girls
S. King 19 11 49
S. Townsend 10 3 23 I.for an offensive drive. It was a I .Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Burrows PURE OIL STATION "--rt' FLAGLER BEACH

B. Weaver 8 2 18 I beautiful battle and the Bunnell have returned to their home Specializing in Wash & Waxing Dt1i,1wHARDWARE .

A. Tucker 5 1 11 I girls are out to do or die this here, 801 East Lambert, afteran Batteries-Accessories J Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
in Philadel- MINOR REPAIRS
year-1935. extended visit
H. Eisenbach 1 1 2 I
'U.s. Ilvry. 1-Bnnnell-ID 7-3138
phia, Pa. I
B Cummins 1 0 2 j With the cheers of the girls i Village Hardwar, Center


}nell boys team stepped under Match and mix any color
PHARMACYSick |the-arc lights on the outdoor want to thank the doctors, Builder's Kitchenware
BAR & COCKTAIL { Supplies :
HOSPITAL Room Supplies SUPPLIES-Sundries i court and began passing and nurses,. and hospital staff, for, LOUNGE I GIFTS GREETING CARDS
I sinking baskets with lightning their wonderful care while I was
24-Hour Prescription Service DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
j Free Delivery in Flagler Beach I speed until the bewildered Hastings in the hospital. I also want to FROM 9 f

I Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of boys were ready to fold up thank my friends for the beau- SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. ,1 i JEWELER
ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 tiful cards, flowers, calls and Beach'MILLAND
in the first half. Ocean Bird AlA Flagler

THE OUTBOARDER (I Fleet forwards' Joy Deen and food sent during my stay in the I BRENNAN Jewelers 't;

I Jack Hosford contributed. hospital and also at home. Your I BAR AND I Diamonds-Diamond Settingi
Authorized Evlnrude Dealer kindness has meant much COCKTAIL LOUNGE
points and John Clements, tricky Fine Jewelry and Gifts

BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS left guard, sank two baskets me. I Eddie & Mary Shultr. Props. ; Hamilton, Bulova, BenUS I I
Dockage Storage Free Ramp ( Luke Wells. .
and three foul shots. With Rob PACKAGE GOODS i Watches ,1.: .
ert Bertha, big center in the key- 9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m. Watches-Jewelry-Clocks Repaired :
825 Ballough RdDaytonaPAL Ocean Dlvd !60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-505
-Flatfer BeaelaBETH'S
stone position, the tip-off too Two New Plants for ZZBHHHHB! HB M! ZMM MIIM M HH ? !
Duane Deen and John Clements I SEASIDE I FURNITURE i iI
PARKER'S. INC. and down to Hosford and Joy State in NovemberA
Automotive Specialty Center t I Deen 'who converted for those I I FOR FINEFOOD ) Ormond Bedding and I

BRAKES RELINED $15.05 precious points. million dollar insurance' I I Furniture Co. {
layout and a million dollar can Substantial Discounts on All .
!! 910.95 I company led the parade of new 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA I BEDS-SOF FURNITURE
Armstrong sent in the substitutes I $10 Tradeln Covers Down,Payment
540 :Mason Ave. Daytona 7 A.M.-II I
plants to announce Florida Open P.M.
who continued to bury .1 I R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner j
I openings' in November, the Flor- 'I
69 Ormoad OR ;
-- Hastings. Junior and Richard BUILDING SUPPLIES Granada Bch. 7-8411
ida Development Commission I i-- -.
FREE PAINTOne Hosford, June Deen, Charles announced. !I '
Williams, Zeno Mercer and C.B. WICKLINE PAINTS '
extra gallon of your choIcer State Farm Mutual Automo-
J Eisenbach at center did a good
with each gallon you buy bile Insurance Company expectsto Building Supplies JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITISBURGH
The final Bun-
job. score was
; a regional home officein CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS ,
Mary Carter Paint Store nell 29-Hastings 6. The date- open )
.I December 1935.MARGE'S Winter Haven in September, STEEL I I Paints-Finishes
Also Westcate Shopping Center 1962, with up to 300 employees, Paint Sundries-Wallpaper !
___ ___ ..1 Flagler Beach HE 9.2254
while Reynolds :Metals Co. will 38 W. Granada-ormond

open a million dollar, plant for \1
making aluminum frozen citrus .-

juice cans in Orlando. I BOTTLE GAS f ROOFER I
Atlantic Cement Co., Inc., has BOTTLE or BULK EDGEMON ROOFING CO. J
plans for an $800,000 multi-state Manufacturers of I
distribution plant in the hopperfor HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
Cement Tile Roofing .
I next year on a fiveacre'tractnear PHONE ID 7-3551
Crescent Jacksonville and G. T. Help Flagler County Grow Fast Dependable Service )
i Wolfe Mobile Homes Co. will By Shopping at Home I
\u i HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
I open a $50,000 mobile home ORange 7-5177 71793 I'I
plant in Bartow, employing 50 CONCRETE PRODUCTS j

TO. people: Your "Q" For ConcreteDial RESTAURANT ,I
Major expansions announcedlast 1\
.. month included a half million
Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches ,!
i dollar: fruit packing plantin DAYTONA BEACH

Brevard County where Mims OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY :
Citrus Growers Association will Quillian's s Concrete; Inc. 152 W Granada-ormond Beach
o. L. Yeomans'J .
; add 42,000 square feet and CLEANERS Open 6 M.-ll P.M. at

Southern Belle Industries, Hia- I 146 S. Atlantic Ormond:
leah lampmakers, will have 25- BUNNELL CLEANERSWE

J 000 additional feet next year. GIVE TV STAMPSO RIGHT ON THE BEACH
Down BeatsLee Shrimp-Steok-Chops-Chlcken
Dally 8 to 0 ID 7-3188 Sandwiches and Shakes .
I t iilrr 3Uaglr SJrilmnr Sandwiches and Pies
on Drums; Slim on Bass; Otis on Guitar 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell BREAKFAST ANY TIME

DRUG STORES Ocean Spray Restaurant
AlA 1 :Mile South of Pier

Appearing Every Fri. 8-12 P. M. MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor I Moody's PharmacyFlagler Used Furniture-Upholstery .
County's Corner Drug Store

Saturday 9 P. M. to 1A. M. Coutr De.igaated I.. PcbUe* Mulelpalltles ITvtlee OffleUl PvfcUeattoa f.Flactev therein DRUGS-SUNDRIES PRESCRIPTIONS JOE WELLBORN'Furniture & Upholstery

and the State .< 11'1...... GOOD USED FURNITURE ,
BnnnelL Flo. Phone ZD 7-3631 New Bedding Mattress Renoratlng

I NEW YEAR'S EVE Entered aa daaa amattet Furniture UphUterlc'' -Trade*
OPEN HOUSE ELECTRIC SERVICE 1094 Flemish Holly Hill--CL. 8-2875
February S.ills at tie a.....BeeI
Hats Noise Makers and Favors I .
The Flagler Tribune .
MARGE' I One 1 |1M COMMERCIAL A MAINTENANCE' Publishers Printers .
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I her home here Sunday afteran WELCOME RETURN OF SUN I I ceremonies to lure the sun back. ;

; ; tager &ac extended visit to her former Many believe that the Christmas When the sun responded, in the

.: home in Oklahoma.Mr. tree custom may be tracedto ,natural course of time, they joy-
pagan celebrations of the fully decorated homes with
I LUNA BABBITT -.''..F'.:;" and Mrs. Harvey Strader winter solstice-the time when I evergreens, mistletoe, holly and
Telephone HEmlock 9-2033. ': from: Tampa are spending this I the sun ceases its seeming, drift ivy in celebration of the fact
week at their place here on
southward and begins moving I that warm weather would soon
WOMEN'S SOCIETY OF FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST Eighth Street., back north. return.

CHRISTIAN SERVICE I I CHURCH The ancients knew great fear[ ..
Rev. R. N. Hoover Is improving A Solution
The regular meeting of'th I The children of the MethodistS satisfactorily at the Halifax when the sun steadily moved
WSCS of the Flagler Beach nday school will take part in Hospital in Daytona Beach after away from them. They did not Christmas shopping bags always -
i Methodist Church met last i the Christmas worship service undergoing there last like the cold winds from the I seem to fall over when
Thursday at the home of Mrs.I:at 10:30 A.M. next Sunday. Thursday.Mr. north, the shorter days, the disappearance set down. But there's a solu
Bernie Wilson and Mrs. Emily There will be recitations, songs of wildlife and the tion. Place the top of a card-
Scene will be bare, shriveled of board shoe box in the bottom
and the Nativity appearance
, Bondy was co-hostess. The de- and Mrs. William Babbitt
; votional was given by Mrs. Har portrayed at the close. and famiy are spending the'trees and plants. 'of the bag.

I ry Treadwell. I The Christmas Eve Candle- Christmas holidays in South J

I The program was given by light Midnight Service is to be Bend, Ind., with her parents, I
Mrs. Jack Meekins: assisted by !at the Woman's Club building Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burkholder.E. WINDMill.GRill : .
Mrs. Betty Johnson. It was en- I Sunday evening, beginning at I
titled "A Christmas Card" and P.M. The public is invited.
ill I L. Hart is going to Anniston Open 6 A. M.-10 P. M. "
segments were received' from I I'I Ala., and visit one ,week
missionaries all over the world.I' Mrs. Atlee Stevens spent several : there with his mother, Mrs. Eda BILL AND REECE t

,Mrs. Wilson's home was dec 'I days last week in Jackson-. Hart Wilkins. DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS .' $1.00 {
orated with Christmas arrange- ville. '_
ments. The serving table was!I Mr, and Mrs. R. R. Mosby SATURDAY, Country Fried Steak 1.00 \

covered with white.. lace cloth Mr. and Mrs. Harold Massie were ,business visitors in St. SUNDAY, Chicken & Dumplings $1.25 f
and the ornaments were gold left Friday for their cottage at Augustine Tuesday.
colored. Cofee was served with I I Mt. Pisgah, N. 'C., to spend two 2 Fresh Vegetables, Salad and Rolls 1
Christmas breads and fruit cake. I I weeks. They,were accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gary Greshamand Served with Each of These

by their daughters, Tess, who family from Palatka were
MRS. STEVENS SONORED )l came home' from Rollins College weekend visitors here with her Short Orders, Sandwiches, A la Carte Meals '\

Mrs. Atlee Stevens, wife of the I I and Trudie who came parents, Mr. and' Mrs. J. Pres- WE WILL BE CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAYAGiftForYou.
new Baptist pastor was honored from Howey Academy. ton.,
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Saturday afternoon with a
housewarming shower which ,

was given by members of the .,.
Young Woman's Auxiliary of

the Flagler Beach Baptist -
Church. .
The setting was colorful with {
the Christmas theme carried'out
in the decorations and refresh- t
ments. When Mrs. Stevens arrived i When You

she was presented witha _.. t-S.. ; r ,-ryMW--i9 =..
red carnation corsage. Punch
I was 'served with cakes deco. -" :'

rated in Christmas trees and Save with Us! ,

stars. The serving table was aF
decorated with red flowers,
candles and green fern. i

Appropriate games were played
and prizes were won by Mrs. "
Grace Mrs. Andrea Spring
er, Mrs. May Shill, Mrs. :Mar- Hospitality j

garet cie Weaver.Presswood and Mrs. Chan. jI

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Judy Stryker, Nancy Fleurie, I I
Diane Springer, Barbara Weaver -
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Mrs. Stevens was presentedwith
many nice gifts that had
been placed under a fancy red
umbrella. HOSPITALITY- '
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Mrs. H. G. Williamson arrived I Visit our lobby and see this beautiful .
Thursday: to spend a week visiting Just open a new account or add to your
at the home of her brother Glassware, individually monogrammed .
and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. present account with $25.00 or more .

Phillip Kester. Mrs. Williamsonis 'with: your own initial in traditional Old and receive one of these beautiful monogrammed -
from. South America but has "
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PARTY SATURDAY .week from her son, J. B. High,Jr. several weeks and he went ,.to

Ir i ii Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris ;who was in Berlin, Germany. Berlin for two weeks.
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(!r SUNDAY HOLDS OPEN AFTERNOON HOUSE I CHRISTMAS The VFW Auxiliary SOCIAL members I guests were assembled. 1 I I Flagler Truck & Tractor Co

(::' The Bunnell Rotary Club con- I enjoyed a social with a gift,exchange Dr. and Mrs. William Sturman MASSEYFERGUSONGrove
f.c. cluded its social activities of 'the on Thursday evening, of East Orange, N. J., Bill Stur- I I Farm Industrial Equipment

. year with its first Christmas December 14, after the business man, Jr., student at the University -I Bunnell Florida Phones: Day ID 7-3242'
party at the home of Past Presi- meeting. of Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. I II Night ID 7-3529
dent Louis Steflik and his Ro During the business meeting, William Marshall of'Onancock, '
Also the Va., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. : VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKER '
tary Ann,Joy. greeting :it was voted to sponsor an an-
: Sturmah for the holi- I 'Ownex: Parts& Shop ManagerRemember
guests were President John Can- nual supper for the senior class Raphael ,

non and his Rotary Ann,,Jeanne. I I to help with the expense of their. days. I I
The open house was. held Sun class trip. I a :

day, December 17th, from 4 to Gifts are being delivered to \
1 6 P. M. the Gold Star'Mothers for Christ- I

\\ i A special eggnog recipe was mas. The next meeting will.' be
prepared }by Rotarian James Thursday, December 28. I Dunn'sFor

: 4 { Craig, which his Rotary Ann, o. .

", Opal, served to the guests. I
,'e'( The Steflik home was beautifully -;.
decorated for the occa- I and Mrs. Bobby McCortof Your Christmas Shopping Convenience._

sion. Prevaling warm weather Jacksonville: are parents of a
enabled guests to mingle on the daughter, born December 16 at
patio facing the pool, where Baptist Hospital there. She ; GIFTS
1. poinsettias circulated in the wa- I weighed six pounds and eight I I .

f ter. A white and green ,lined ounces, and has been given the : "
cloth with poinsettias pinned name of Shirley Yvonne. ; ;OF ALL PRICE RANGES IN OUR EXPANDED .

along the side decorated the cir- She is the granddaughter of j .
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cular table. An unusual center- Mrs. Raymond Smith.Dr. GIFT DEPARTMENT. -
piece tree was created from tiny '
oranges entwined with green I J. R. Sayers of'the Health I :0" '\ ; 5 :
r net, and miniature flowers. I Department was host at the Saleslady To Serve You. 0 '.

\\f Rotary Anns in charge of(I Christmas party for department
1 planning the party included j personnel Friday at' his home
a Elaine Canakaris, Gladys Stur- I I in Palaka. FREE GIFT WRAPPING ..

1 man, Jeanne. Cannon and Joy I' Those from Bunnell attending
I Steflik. 'were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bos-
I well, Mrs. Louise Taylor and DUNN HARDWARE & SUPPLY CO.T

Johnny Mercer,- who underwent Miss Marie Muzyka. '; FLORIDA
I surgery at the Holly Hill ,
Hospital, is reported .as improv- Mrs. Homer Brooks was in

k Ij ing. satisfactorily.' sister Jacksonville in law,last Mrs.week Bertie with O'Brien her ?,yarv..,.,r.::H{,i:r:::?!: 1::ih! :!::?:::.:: rcwtcwraKwicctaGs3'Give; +r;roa : .!. t;':'if: :ir.:: :::!::: :::.!. !;: :l : ::::;:1::::: :: : #:: :::::::%:;:;: ff..{ "Wt: ;:f=mm1!

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J son Jimmy of Quebec City, Can- I Vincent's Hospital. She is re- <

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Mrs Louis Trad. !! Miss Judy Lewis;$ student Something Special '

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Guest of Dr. and Mrs. Allen I I New Orleans, will arrive Friday 0.
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Reynolds for the holiday season ,to I spend the holidays! with her Special. ..r; 0
is her mother, :Mrs. Nettie Lam- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
f ,bert of New Ibera, La. }'I Lewis. S : To Show How Much You Cares II
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"I Cranberries Miracle Plays Part j J:Route to Bethlehem J ;f tl'. .fffrl'....rl'............rl'.l'........ ......-.ra

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\ .1 Traditional Of Brazil's Holiday, j I[Not Exactly KnownI s j! Registered I

I It' J I I 71 & $&M m&S 6&&MKAs 'I'
The Christmas season in Bra- !I The exact route that Mary and i eal Estate Broker

1 : At Christmas zil begins on Christmas Eve and I I;Joseph followed in traveling I Bunnell Florida '

ends with Epiphany on January I j from Nazareth to' Bethlehem is . ..... . . ... ;
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Cranberries, so much a part of y '
1 mertime (south of the equator) j i .
;, sour{ holiday dining tradition was j I festivities and entertainment I One route led along the sea- f RCA VICTOR

'<: i-bimi, or "bitter berry" to the j appropriate to summertime hold 'coast and through the plain of ,: : LIVING COLOR TV

.. \;Indians, who pounded the fruit sway throughout the season. j Sharon, but it, was shunned by I "LOOK FOR TilE I'lCTUHB '

:: with meat into a paste called pious travelers as much as pos- IN THE WINDOW
[ Miracle plays are performed i tin Southern Radio & Television
l pemmican; used cranberry poultices adoration of the Holy Child. sible because ,of heathen cities 226' E. Granada- Ph. OR 7- OOI

l on wounds and used- the Many take the form of elaborate I''and rowdy travelers.A OIIMONL .
. juice as a red dye. '
. I I dances
.. .: meticulously per second route, the shortest,
The Pilgrims, noting the ber I formed and accompanied by was via the fruitful plains of Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune

r.. cries were a favorite food of music or an orchestra. The I Esdraelon into the mountains of 52.50 A Year In Advance

cranes, called them craneberries, Dance of the Four Parts of the I Samaria and through Shechemand ,

i it and this eventually changed to 1 World is a typical' ,example. Bethel. Although steep, the : Jhllffl REQUEST FOR MID

cranberries.CranberYies. ,j j1 (I The roles_ are enacted by girls I road was not too bad. But Jews I 1961 I Sealed bids will be received in
1 dressed for the and insuc- I the office of the City Clerk of the
-1 _-: I part had little use for Samaritans, ; I City of Bunnell. Florida, in the
;I. were harvested cession, Europe, Asia, Africa and'and vice versa, so' this route ; Civic Center Building, on or before
from wild vines until 1816, when I I 12:00 o'clock noon on the 2nd day
America declaim.
I most likely was not chosen by I of January. A. D. 1962, for the following -
Henry Hall, a veteran of the I sion finally involves their re- '{ : -
'I Mary and Joseph. Ten (10) portable folding tables
i wild
Revolution, transplanted spective rights to make obligation with mar-resistant plastic tops;
: vines to a swampy site near I to the Christ, Child. Event- The Jordan route, which descended the Yule draws I I size Midwest of top Challenger 30" x 72"Table; height or equal.29"'.

Dennis, Mass. Hall had'observ into the Jordan valley Tan. .
II ually, Father Time appears and Color:
.; ed that the choicest wild berries settles the dispute 'to, the satisfaction and followed the river around near, we greet our sonite 100 all-steel 2600 Series folding or chairs equivalent.Sam-

were usually found in sandy of all concerned.vIDEA Jericho, was favored by the ma- Color: Bronze.
I ; Each bid shall be addressed to
areas, so he spread sand over jority of Galilean travelers. This friends everywhere. the City Commissioners, Bunnell

i t. his fields and produced an excellent 4 I route, fairly level, was even ; Florida. The City Commissionersreserve and
the right to reject any
J crop. FOR TREEIn then steeped in Jewish history. ; all bids also to accept the bid thatin

,I' Many other early plantings the "something different" Whichever the route, Mary Mr. and Mrs. best Its Interest Judgment of the will City be of for Bun-the

and traveled 100 nell, Florida.
department, why not use Joseph nearly
It failed in Massachusetts and a gay WITNESS my hand andofficial
,1 .New Jersey, before growers petticoat to replace cotton atj miles ,to seek shelter in the lone-I M. B. Fuller I seal. this 1961. 19th day of December.A. .

learned that, the cranberry the base of your Christmas tree ly stable where the child Jesus I LevI L. Brannam. Sr.. 3Iayor
born. City of Bunnell. Florida
J would thrive only under certain this' year? was ATTEST:
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conditions. This ""petticoat" can be made Nancy C. Rodgers. City Clerk.
t.t.'t I December 21-28-2tc

x Cranberry fields today are 'located quickly with felt and pinking INSURE-Stay I Insured & Rest AssuredGET 'I tIN TilE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
I in bog areas with peat shears. Cut hole in the middleof II I FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR
I IDA. NO. 834
the felt and slash from outer
soil,'the fields are well drained Citizens Bank of Bunnell

and can be flooded to protect edge to fit around the tree. THE BEST PROTECTION FROM I Plaintiffvs

r "" vines from-rcold and control in- Scallop,with pinking shears and: I Eva R. Burnsed, now Eva R.
and Iteece M.
Burnsed Wiser
sects; sang is plentiful, and decorate. I Burnsed '

J necessary to slow evaporation, When needles begin to fall H. T. COOK AGENCY NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S Defendants.SALE

I provide a good 'medium for root I from the tree? it is a simple matter Notice is hereby given that I,
to the and Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell Florida I Homer W. Brooks, Sheriff of Flag-
J growth, and keep down weeds. remove petticoat' .. ler County, Florida under and by
Birds are welcome visitors tot I dump them. .virtue of a Writ of Execution
.' I heretofore issued out of the abo'eentitled
', cranberry bogs. Some bogs are court in the above styled
t z &&G & & & &
cause, have levied upon the following .
'lined with birdhouses homes
-- I described property to-wit:
I ;';\ for swallows, which eat destructive Lots 3 and 8 of Block 31 in
Moody Subdivision of the Town
insects. of Flagler Beach Flagler.
County.Florida : ,
II And with the birds, are the as the property of the above named
bees who important Defendants, and that on the 22nd
are perform an ,
day of January A. D1962. between
j service: Cranberry pollen thq legal hours of-t sale.namelyeleven ,
o'clock in the-forenoon and
t'l Is too ,heavy to be carried | two o'clock in the afternoon, on
by wind bees said day at the north front door
so are
,, t :t. necessary of the Flagler County Courthousein
to pollinate the flowers. Bunnell, Flagler County Florida -
1 I will offer for sale and sell
to the. highest bidder for cash in
kti' Plant Your Tree hand, the above described propertyas
: the property of said defendants
Why not plant that living -k- to satisfy said execution.

4/J I Christmas' tree after you are > Sheriff HOMER of W.''Flagler BROOKS.County
9.y'; wr Fht:{: y

through with it this year? Besure' n .... .... ...:.x.i.4.iJ' .d.':. .: ..r'n:. S v.'L''n4 Y to get it in the ground as I p. x a ?( : ; : y; 4 : Bunnell. Florida
: ;:,vi Attorney for PlaintiffDec
( soon as possible after Christmas. 21-28. 1961 & Jan 4-11, 1962-4tc

: I The sooner it is planted, the better -
chance jt will have to sur FLAGLER ('OlJXTFI.OUIDA,
g < : ; JAMES DANIEL, JOHNSON.Defendant.

10 Main Street
Dloomln dale. N. J.
Wis You are hereby" notified that a
::1 suit has been filed against you in
I Ii. the above entitled cause; and you
I are hereby required to file your an-
swer with the Clerk of this Court
I and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
$ 1k\\ 7 whose name and address Is:
111iI ; : Selden RAY SELDEN Building

; Daytona Beach. Floridanot
r i., ; ;Ei;; b-W 1962.later than January- 11th. A. D.

'1961 If you fall to do so. decree pro
: confesso will be entered against
., f fi w. 1ccp1t41' 1c- you for the relief demanded In the
bill of complaint. The nature of
l'f said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court thin 7th day of December -
A. D. 1961.
(Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHK
Clerk of said Circuit Court
f'' Dec. 14/21/28 1961: Jan. .a, 196 -Uc
CARL '\"JLLL1100 I><'OC K.
Plaintiff.GRACE .

'.... POOLE vs. WOODCOCK.Defendant.

"j'} Merry Christmas Grace Poole Woodcock whose
last known residence and address -
,P:;1 I and ,a Happy New was 524 Boyland Avenue

: ., I Year to all our Raleigh. North Carolina
: Thcre's You are hereby notified that a
: a magic to Christmas that will suit has been filed against you in
I I friends neigh-
: and i the above entitled cause: and you
: are hereby required to file your answer -
;*. bors. forever touch the hearts of all mankind. I with the Clerk of this Court
'. and to serve a copy thereof upon
:.:' '- j '' this all. 'o' the plaintiff or olaintiffa attorney
'May magic bring joy to
; great you whose name and address Is:
;, Onas F. Lowery \ Richard. E. ConnerP.
I O. Box 1566
5 New Smyrna Beach. Floridanot
and later than December 30, A. D..

5 19'1.If you fall to do 80, decree oro
: Barbara & Judson confesso will be entered aeralnst

John Elaine Ronnie and Mike Canakaris Bill yOU for of Complaint.the relief demanded The nature in the of

Stryker \r ealll WITNESS suit being my for hand divorce.
t said Court this 22nd day oseaiNo

;>. Your i vember(Official A.Seal D.) 1961.E. A. RMYTHK
1 1; : Distributor : : Clerk of said Circuit Court
News-Journal .
.:i : 4 'D-puty yJ'ulla Clerk R. Harvey

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: Swedish Holiday I CHRISTMAS ROSES Dickens Believed ,
I"would knock 'the Carol out of j --...
Once a year, man remembersthat
One of the most beautiful : "Chimes" His Best the field.".
: Features 'Lucia Day I Christ was born so all man
legends associated with Christmas Dickens, of course, ,was wrong. 1
Historians often credit Charles kind might attain eternal sal
r. A Swedish custom 'of longstanding ._ is that of the Christmasrose. f Dickens' immortal "Christmas "The Chimes" and "The Cricket"have |vation.
..' each taken a back seat to
is the
: observance I
Carol" the
as being perhaps'
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"The Christmas Carol, the
December 13. The I
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Day on
According to the story Made- most effective single force be- :
fi cheerful Christmas of
I. ,celebration takes its name from hind England's return to the, ob- Tiny I r 1
'I 10nthe', child of a shepherd,
Tim and his friends.
; .. Lucia for ft&t
St. or Lucy, martyred .saw the Wise Men pass toward servance of Christmas. Yet, Dickens I
\ her-faith and virginity in Syracuse It. j did not consider it his
Bethlehem, laden with gifts for great- Once Each Year Mankind I II lerry f
in 304 A D. 1
t. est work it the best
the Christ Child, and she wept nor was Remembers Bethlehem
(F Pretty blonde girls compete because she had no gifts to of seller during his lifetime. I I I II t Chri6tma5 !1

for the honor of being elected a fer.An The most popular of In these modem times, man I |

[R t: "'Lucia"-with fair hair, good angel appeared before her stories in his day 'Dickens"1 I looks often toward the heavens,
is disposition and high character and asked, "Why do you weep?" I Cricket on the Hearth" story searching for the latest satellite. Vo cAll \f

? being outstanding recommendations I "of ''a father who tries to shield Centuries ago: lonely shepherds -
"Because, Madelon replied, as I
' I his blind daughter from the on a hillside looked ,upward
she brushed her tears, "I Homer (
away their beheld jJ
r II realties of life. "The Cricket" but eyes a
_Wearing a traditional costume have no gift for the Christ different and
made its appearance in 1845 light, a holy light, Mabel |
., 'long white robes and crowns of Child." and was an immediate suCcess.It with this light a message, a
:lighted candles) the "Lucia" "A gift ,of the heart is best of I that wonderous ft
sold twice as fast as the now- given sign a Celia "P
visits the sick; leads carnivals, all but I will give you some .familiar story of Scrooge and event had taken place in the .
and attends banquets and balls thing to carry to the manger," City of Bethlehem. Walt I
I Tiny Tim. Less than a month I
accompanied by her-"handm id- and with this the angel disap-
after "The Cricket" reached Once, but once a year, man's
peared, and in the same spot Ii Ace
ens. ,
bookstands, dramatic versions of thoughts turn elsewhere as he
\ there appeared a beautiful rose,
;: The, ancient custom concides filled with white blooms. it were playing in 12 prominent raises his eyes to the sky. He I 4 Richard #.
with the' winter,, solstice, when London theatres. thinks not of space ships and

the sun swings toward the earth Madelon gathered the blossoms Despite the immediate successof satellites, nor of platforms in Diane and Isabel

'once more and the days begin and Joyfully went to Beth-, "The Cricket" and the relative I the sky. fia

t *o lengthen. lehem. At the manger, she stood I popularity of "Christmas Once a)year, man comes again I FLAGLER COUNTY Ij{
i in the background as the Wise 'Carol," Dickens did not' believe to realize that there is a greater SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

:HAWAIIANSPAINT SNOW men offered their gold, frankincense -'I either to be his greatest work. I reward than life on earth and a I t J I

ON CHRISTMAS TREES and myrrh. She hestitated, His, personal favorite was 'The higher purpose than reaching I

doubting that her small gift I _ - - - -
Although many Hawaiians would be acknowledged or ap-I < < ,'

have seen ice only as frozen in preciated. I .

refrigerators, the trees used by j Mustering her courage, she i 1"
the islanders for Christmas dec. stepped forth and lay the roses I
orations are painted white to before the Christ Child. Imme

.simulate diately, the flowers turned from M, a< ,

dinner is an elaborate j I white to a most beautiful pink,'I Ii;

affair, enjoyed in the privacy J the first Christmas rose. ;

r z. of,-thehome.. i iGiftgiving I 1
is in order and I j .ta Yn: Las '
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everyone exchanges inexpensive f THE APPLE TREE j ; :rriyr Y'i ;; ?

I presents. Even servants in hotels According to an early legend, ; 0 *
expect and receive gifts the first Christmas tree- was j

from overnight ,guests.ADS really an apple tree. And, although j
the fire tree has long ;
: since supplanted its predecessor .

., CLASSIFIED I for tinsel Christmas baubles use which, the popular bedeck t jI I ? dL I

T modern Christmas trees represent I
I the fruit which for early I

I I Christians symbolized the fall
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needs tuning, 5000. Also good a9
Christmas present for child free :\ '
for a .good home, half Collie fe- WREATH EASILY !9f':
Juppy. Call ID 7-3347 '

:12-21-ltc wire "coat hanger, a few
of and few
:FOR RENT-Unfurnished 2 bed- sprigs evergreen a
I minutes ,of your time-that's all
room house near school, a
you need to fashion a decora-i
Churches and shopping area $50
tive wreath.
:per month. Telephone ID 7.3317 evergreen
after 5 P.M. Dec. 21-ltc I Leaving the hook at the top, ,'"
simply fashion the hanger into

SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason- t ja. round ring. ,Fasten the ever-
able rates. George Jarosz, phoneID greens to.the ring with heavy I'
73410., 11.2 to 4. thread and a large needle. '
Sprinkle the with I
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aerosol snow before hanging
groom house at north end of Pal- I 1i.a.
the wreath. .
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canals, cool pleasant living, ex.ceptional -t<:. -t<:. ".
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\ Great who did wrong "or were in any Christmas Decision I mand: ""This 'is it, gentlemen-I TIME TO REFLECT
Story way ill. and "'miserable, as He victory or death.
In the midst of it all, with
was. Christmas is always the most only watchword.
once-ornate decorations reduced
Was Hidden "And as He is now in Heaven, important day of the year and I I:
)1 I the discouraging to. floor litter, with toys scattered -
"Notwithstanding -
) 'where we all hope to go, and all I
one particular Christmas day, in
all about the house, in the
: accounts, I de-.
am i
meet each other after we arc I
the 1776, greatly affected +
For Centuries year
tumult and the din of it all,
termined to the river and
I cross
dead,and there be happy always .
the course of American history.On
\ there should be one moment for
make the attack Trenton in I
together, can never think on
you .
Iii his unforgettable Christmas of the the morning." quiet meditation, for reflection,
Through what a good place heaven is, I ,day 1776
Christmas stories, Charles Dickens without knowing who He was struggle of the new American and for thanksgiving; not for
: The rest is Washington the gifts, nor the well wishes of
the of Christmas
;v brought spirit and what He did." I republic for independence seem-
to millions, and achieved ed almost hopeless. Tattered, and his ragged army ignored the givers; but instead for an-
'much fame during his lifetime. I Dickens left instructions that hungry, riddled with dysentery, the snow, ice and sleet to other Christmas-lest we, forget
'"The Life of Our Lord," not be the American Army was barely make a dangerous river the real purpose of it all.
. One of his most moving narratives commercialized and it was nev- hanging on, with little left but ing and an agonizing cross-I
however, remained, hid- er made public until the year!hope. Along the banks of the Trenton. Under \ Original Gift
t' den from the world for years, 1933, after death of Sir Henry !Delaware River, some 2400 men inspired leadership, the
, at his own request. Some one I'I Fielding Dickens, the author'syoungest I huddled, many shoeless, this cans humbled the Amed-I Want to give mother and her
hundred years after it was writ- child. bleak Christmas night.In i sian mercenaries and little girl an original gift? Make
ten exclusively for the enjoyment The literary prize was then of the most glorious pages in them both aprons of similar design -
-of his children, Dickens' purchased by the London Daily this setting, General George I the American history book. I and material. Make one for
1 1 t "The Life of Our Lord" was first Mail for the price of $210,000- Washington said to his com I .the .doll, too.

presented 'to the world. or $15 per word.Christmas .
' The author's deep veneration I

rj j for the life and lessons of Jesus .
, Christ are found in these words: Is Not"X's" ,
: :
, "Everybody ought to know Jti' ,
,\, about Him. No one ever lived Birthday I ,

I.., who was so good, so kind, so ; ....: .'. A Holiday Wish for You from Your .
gentle, and so sorry for people. Today is the day of commer- .
a cialization and advertising. ,.?,!; Sunshine Service friends and neighborsT1yTYoI1r.'. .
Throughout the year we are -
bombarded with ads and ::
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motions- kind another
one or
proclaiming the merits of every- -
I thing from shoelaces to $10-

f 000 autos. Everybody has some- ,
thing to sell and Christmas is
the biggest selling season of all. \
or s In our efforts to buy and sell, I
we too often lose sight of the f
+ true meaning of Christmas. We I
c# seem, some of us, to forget II
I", .... who's birthday it is. Evidencefor ]LSti'T1aS :
this can be found in the .
word "Xmas." It's easier to say,
and much easier to write on an :
N1 Iis ad layout or sign. However, we
are not celebrating X's birthday. .

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Christmas comes to Brazil in
mid-summer and is associated

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-1? _firewojks! -f "':';' "
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f Peace be with you f ever, is quite similar to ours, :
, ., with home and church decora-
I and yours Ibis day. I tions centered around a "prese- .
pio"-a representation in miniature -
ft Mike, Betty, Grace of the holy nativity of
i ft. Mechele, Mary Ann I Christ. A procession of priests, .:. '
!i ft and Betty Louise +I in full ecclastical regaliar, lead .{'-,:( .
the way to the cathedrals for ; -
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comes from Arabia. Most frankincense MISTLETOE CUSTOMSThe COMMUNITY TREES
Personalized Gifts | J
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What AboutFrankhicense .comes from a small Four communities are believedto
shrub-like tree with a stout t tI A little bit of time and aj I ancient Druids worshipped have thought of the idea of
!I trunk and pale brown and yel- small amount of paint are all iI j milsteltoe because it grew on an outdoor community Christ
their sacred oak. At the end of
low bark. Its flowers are grouped I you need to add a distinctive mas tree about the same timeas -
in slender clusters and the personal .touch to gifts for some each year, a ,Druid priest would early as 1913. Two of them,
. And ? cut down the mistletoe with a
Myrrh fragrance of the blossoms is discernable II of the "special" individuals on McDonald and Germantown, I
golden sickle, and not one twig
for a considerable dis your Christmas list. were in Pennsylvania. Salem,
touch the earth.
allowed to
Gold has always been one of tance. was Oregon, decorated a Sitka spruce
man's most treasured posses. ? I By adding a few' decorative Later, sprigs of misteltoe were and Riverside California, featured ,.
The resin flows from natural designs with paint you can fastened .over doorways to ward
sions; but what about frankiry- I a large evergreen, an
cense and myrrh, the other sub fissures in the bark of the tree, i transform a simple !item into a''I off evil spirit Aracuria. i
stances which the Wise 'Men or from man-made incisions. It treasured present. Little designs,
chose to offer ,as gifts to the In. emerges as a whitish, viscous first names, initials that you t I -
fant Jesus? Why were they so liquid that turns yellow and can do so" easily yourself are l
highly valued? clings to the wound in the tree extra-cost items if you purchase I '
few the them VY1'tMgC r t tJ
like tears. Every days as ready-made presents.Gift II IIji
Frankincense and myrrh are resin is collected and.the wound ''
shops, novelty and notion
resins taken from trees and ;in the tree is freshened.
with ,
shrubs found on the dry rock. counters are brimming f
Ancient Arab traders introduced possibilities for making attrac H RIMAS
strewn hills of Somaliland and ,]
southwestern Arabia. Peoples of frankincense to many I I tive. presents. Small apothecary TI

antiquity used the two sub peoples. Today, the yellow tears I! jars enamelled in gay colors J I
and brown lumps of resin are make ideal spice sets. When the
=stances embalming for a yariety and of purposesfor in cosmetics sent to the seaport of Aden to II enamel is dry, label each jar ji\jij\ j j jll\\l\l\lll\\l i\tt\ I

t perfumes, medicines, be shipped to Europe, America, j Iin large, eas contrast-
and incense. or' Bombay. ing letters. A just-right gift for!I 1 9Y 6 1

Somaliland is chief producerof :Myrrh' is obtained from treesof The the culinary same assortment expert on your of jars list.} '::.::::fg!:!it! !!!!!!!1jjt1jftjjt1@!! !i iHf I I

frankincense, although someYtaJ I several species and most of labelled for nails, bolts, screws FI'i
it from Somaliland. Someof
and the like will make a fine
the trees are from ten to thir
present for a do-it-yourself en-
v ty feet tall, other myrrh producing thusiast.To .
plants are mere bushes. nwr961
flows from a I please a garden enthusiast, 11"111
Myrrh freely j
pick up a few gardening toolsat I I IWe
break in the bark of the tree or'
the hardware store. Coat the
plant and is collected in brownish I I +
!I handles in a bright colored
yellow or red brown masses
enamel, and later add a few .
that may be as large as a hen's
decorative designs: You will actually to wish
pause you
egg.The ancients used myrrh in be doing the receiver a May the joys of this
double service, for the colorful peace and joy. May
t! r embalming; the Egyptians usedit Christmastime be
handles will make the tools
i it in the mummification process these gifts be with
iI iI t I and Roman physicians prescribed .easier to spot in the grass and you I yours evermore. .
I 'serve as identification for borrowing today and always.R. .
, myrrh in treatment of dropsy,
earache, eye diseases, bladder I neighbors. I Leonard, Daisy
Paints which come in handy C. Tillman
stones, abscesses and broken
heads. aerosol spray cans are ideal for / and Eula LeeMoody
Exterminator I
painting small items,
are as
Frankincense used
was chiefly
simple to Daytona Beach F
use as shaving creamor
for incense, yet was an early I
ingredient in prescriptions for hair spray. ;:i)
chest pain, hemorrhoids, hem. "" "='= <<::"='= "='= <<::<<::<<:: "='= "='=
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throat, broken heads, paralyzed J.

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I wishes to all our Be careful not to overdo your I ,2 y.Y. ,o.k r'Fa: F gRS f ;: ,:y h.h:
I outdoor decorations. Your house

I friends and patrons. ,; and yard might end up looking : ofwy P V4cS
I like an amusement park. Even ,
the most expensive decorationswill rk t

J Mil Ton I have this effect if not used
I in' good taste. Harmony and I
, Motel ; simplicity are the key words in '9'1
i I planning an attractive outdoor wX

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hours loved this Holiday ones. Merry with friends Christmas and! your of happiness, affection and goodwill for you' I

and your family. To all a Merry Christmas. .


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q in IIJI ida What to 'plant depends on II sunny weather. He suggests ad- Subscribe to The FlaKIer Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance
conditions within your home. justing fertilizer applications to, .
"Cast-iron" plants that will the season of the year.
(By Hervey Shape) I
Insects and diseases attack indoor -
I withtsand abuses and adverse
"This is a big weekend for the and outdoor plants alike.
conditions: such as low light
Yuletide gardeners. These are In-I'I Careful inspection of plants reg-
tensity and warm, dry
r a special breed of green-thumb include ularly will catch these introud-
J experts who make annual at- agaonema ers at the first sign. This will
bromeliads, dracaena, monstera,
tempts to grow mistletoe over I I do more toward saving your I Ii
pandanus peperomia philodendron -
the threshold. plants than all the chemicals II
bipinnatifolium sanse- I
you use after a great. deal of
) II you are to join your clan vieria and scindapsus. 1 1I damage hiss done.v
and make a safari to locate I I s i /
Plants that will grow under So"i1e'of, the bugs you may N m
of the 'romantic I
sprigs plant.
adverse situations but need flr/l on your house plants are $

Some aggressive holiday farm more light and humidity are" Sed spider mites, thrips, white-
ers save making the trip into dieffenbachia, fiscus, .irris, flies, mealy bugs, scales and i
the wilds by growing the icenseto. syngonium arpnilodedrons; aphids. In general, malathion i Ie ntJligbt $

-kiss greenery in a back yard cordatum, .Jvastatum, imbe, hybrid spray applications at 'ten-day $
tree. If you plan to establisha "Orlando," panduraeforme intervals will stop an insect a i
handy supply of mistletoe, and selloum.A pest attack.
remember that the parasitic I Diseases to look for are stem i
plant spreads easily and can become few of the many other I and crown rots, leaf spots, i
a kiljer of your prized or- plants that will thrive indoorsare powdery mildew and blight. May the I
African violets, Chinese I peace
namentals. The best treatment for stem and
I evergreen, Rex begonia/fittonia, i crown rots is to cut away all and' great joy of N
Since there is little chance wandering jew, jade plant, I the diseased tissue and then Christmas be now
that a threshold planting will and
lady's eardrop Asparagus
I spray with copper fungicides. and
thrive longer than the holiday yours.
plumosus. I The leaf spot can usually be
season, it is more practical to
consider other indoor projects. Chances are that a year- I checked by removing the in- ?
round veteran gardener may fected leaves as soon as you I

have some trouble with indoor I spot them. i
I plantings, so here are some tipson The mildews are controlledby i

joy plant diagnosis by I;)r. E. W. dusting the plants with sul
McElwee, University of Florida phur. '5 5if
to the ornamental horticulture depart- Blight has no practical cure. l
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worldJLhe before the ailment spreads to Ii 1961 3
: Brown tips or burned marginsof other plants. *
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tilizer, dried out roots,
windburn or cold injury. Yel- Wrapping Hints
I lowing and dropping ,of leaves Do you have trouble gift- I I. $5
u.'r hint that, the soil fumes, gas wrapping such items as' vases
fumes, chilling, over-watering, and bottles? If so, 'aluminum Craig Funeral Home j!
'or poor drainage and poor area- foil will solve your problem.The ij
tion may be the trouble. foil molds easily to the ft
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tight or
package when set off witha
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Weak growth or light greenor
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light, lack of fertilizer, root rot
or possibly root injury. Small

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of the holy season caused by too little light or too
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Adding as little water and
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I crop of ulcers. Campbell is a retired Pennsylvania [ 'CANDLE LEGEND :(
Christmas Custom .
Season l
Holiday i Many holiday ulcers could be I I State University professor The first use of Christmas -' i

I controlled if the victim were to Some folks pick up a box of ,. who for nearly 30 years. I candles is not recorded in the

Time For Ulcers. ;restrict his diet to bland, unin- Christmas cards and mail them J I taught engineering drawing. annals of any nation but, ac- .

teresting foods-a task most dif- out. ". j j orice I cording to an old legend, the
Now, he is a -a-year au-
ficult to achieve when the rest Others of the !
I snap a picture "Christ Child Candle" is burned 1:
thor and some 500 friends of
of the family is enjoying those children under the tree to illustrate j( in the window on Christmas Eve
The holiday season approachesand Dave and Madeline I
huge and spicy Thanksgiving, I their Yeultide g camPbell-I to light His way if He makes ':
with it come toys, candy, eetings'l in a half dozen .
Christmas and New Year's feasts. But for 25'years, a t an earthly visitation and in
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fun and merriment for children.For t tries-refuse to let the dynamic '
Another preventive measure leg, Pa., couple have I atonement for the night of His 1i 1\\
adults it usually brings over- I Campbell Christmas letter give
would be a slow, relaxed pace- it differently, and their friends I i birth when there was no room
indulgence in rich foods, and 'way to a conventonal card. "
almost an impossibility when won't let
them stop now. i for Him. y.
spirits, shopping worries and- I
Christmas shopping must be :
alas-bills. While the total ef- I They are David and Madeline I IH (C: 1
done, and bills must be paid. ,
fect for children is the happi- Campbell who for the past quarter -i a
Instead, most ulcer patients will
ness highpoint of the year, for of a: century have collected t
turn to medical help. J
many adultsthe holiday season zesty little bits of news from I H YQU'REr

means tensions, 'gastric distress, Consequently, doctors will be I mutual friends-who broke their THE { i

and debt. prescribing more drugs to cure I legs, were married, or had some I LIST /
and relieve ulcers in the next other dramatic adventure-then fr
It is not coincidental that the .
month than at any other timeof boiled the information down and I 1 I Ii
incidence of peptic ulcers takesa
year. Some of the most use- flavored it with Campbell poetryfor
gradual upturn in October and I
ful new drugs in ulcer treatment an annual Christmas letter. boo
remains- higher than normal I ,,1
are tranquilizers to calm people I
through the holiday season., How did the Christmas letter MI I Ii I1
down, nerve-blocking agents \1
There is little doubt in the get started? ) j"I,
which slow the secretion of acid I s
minds of many medical investi- "Who knows how it got start-
in the 'stomach, and antiacids,
gators that the excesses of the ed?" says Madeline. "How
to netutralize or deactivate the dO-J
winter holidays are contributing acid. you quit? Our friends wontr
factors in the seasonal bumper us quit. I :',
Santa Claus
Although may not
be able to give you a happy, I I ,J
= ulcer-free Christmas, it is now TOTS ACCIDENT PROMPTED !l f
possible that your doctor can. I CHRISTMAS TREE ,LIGHTS fZ "1.t r

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Christmas tree lights were '
!Uc Christmas NamesMany "born," according to some reports I 1961

after a little boy crawled J

towns and cities in the under his Christmas tree and It's
I a joy'to greet our
I United States have names which upset a candle. Luckily, only : }
reflect Christmas in one way or the lad's hair was singed. It's a pleasure to I friends at this time of !

another. The child's father, a telephoneman Christmas!
Merry /
like year.
decided that the candles serve people i
Santa Claus, Indiana, Bethlehem '
would have to In their place,
Conn., and Christmas, Fla., Happy Yule.
he soldered several dozen switch-
are the best known. Santa Claus board lamps to wires and cover- I Re'ese D. Close ;
I and Christmas have sole claimto I
ed them with brigttily colored
unusual postmarks, but Bethlehem -
; Conn., shares "Bethle- paper. I Flagler Hardware
Thus, safer, brighter lights re-
hem" with six other states. "Smilin
placed candles on Christmas Il J
Virginia and Missouri each trees. I L ::
boast a Noel; there is an' Advent ;;;,;;::.>- ;:;.> =
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Mary, and Oregon and Utah

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least one Wiseman is foundin

'I4/Jay/ the guardians Alaska, another in Arkansasand
perhaps, a third in Wise-
of the Christmas I mantown, Kentucky, West Virginia f.ftaI

boast of Goodwill and \
Season attend you there is Joy in lillinois, Ken, a

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Valley, Missouri.
& / Kentucky, which has its shareof IJ I

Christmasy names, also hasa !

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May it be an inspiration I Ir ':

a to you. ::,:y. ;,. Sing His praise; sing with joy this I Ij

j .' :./; 'a' wonderful Holiday season. To us it is a' '

': & ; pleasure to wish our many friends a most

r -: "..'<: happy Yule. Merry Christmas to everyone. I
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