The Flagler tribune

Material Information

The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
December 28, 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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. This item may be protected by copyright but is made available here under a claim of fair use (17 U.S.C. §107) for non-profit research and educational purposes. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
001024369 ( ALEPH )
33425664 ( OCLC )
AFA6237 ( NOTIS )
sn 95047251 ( LCCN )

Related Items

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


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text
----- -
-- "

_ 7 : 1 i / ,, \ I ra'r 1


C-Loaw. i

#..F: t i

..!... I I I

\ L: 1I I 1 1 I'

,. i I Ii



R ; lallr mrihuu '


r -




Christmas, Flagler Tribune The City of Bunnell

NERESoN- I (I thought your readers ,

YoU TRY To might enjoy hearing from an old.

CLEAN UP contributor-N.E.) 1 To Mark Anniversary

TN IS' MESS \e Well now '. 'man oid sour- ..I

On 1 .1961
dough August ,
mother and I, ,after getting rid
And Hold HouseThe
of our old Jalopy, headed north Open

fS to Alaska!
It took 13, long, hot days. We I The City Commissioners of
went through Chicago and had
Bunnell are holding Open Houseat
the worst time 'findingQur way WorldOf
the Bunnell Civic Center to-
out of it. Then we went throughthe
night (Thursday) from 6 to 8
Badlands of the Old West.
1962 I o'clock. Open House will mark
Soon were going through the I
I the completion of the addition
Mountains and
Rocky my ears The year 1961 arrives bright, to the building and also observing -
kept popping way up there in fresh and unmarked to a world the 50th anniversary of

the c Iou d s. When I went that .has learned to take things the incorporation of Bunnell.
I l through Canada I'had a wonderful
pretty much in stride. The public is invited to call

time. The'Canadians are There was, of course, worldwide between '6 and 8 P. M.
so friendly. But then we hit the
excitement with the first On June, 2, 1911, the State
Alcan Highway-1,571 miles of
man into-space shots. Still, it Legislature passed a special act
dirt, gravel, dust and glaringsun. wasn't long before folks ceasedto of of the
,k.;cQass;1s incorporation Town of
Then we reached our destination
: herald these accomplishmentsand Bunnell. There was an. error in
txc NEM Anchorage! We got a speculate as to the greater the first boundary descriptionbut

4 y' prca cwuNaes little 'apartment. right.. near my space achievements yet to come this was corrected in a special

e,4hDNv school. We live in a world that looksto act on June 8, 1913. At,the
Insure dp like High School up change.,.. a world that is not of the corrected
---'-- incorporation ,
u ,. 4 ... ,here: IrhiHteachprs_* wond r- ;
: : / : '\ ;. used to standing stilL -- '"._ ,-there were; onlyabout 100 '
'Home"; QuarterHorseRaces ful. ,I'm", V co-Editor of our 'class
Brooks We live in a competitive world persons residing within the .

newspaper. ... a world 4n which the scienceof town limits.
: Set For I saw 15 moose the other day ideas is no less importantthan The first town councilmenI.
Wins First In
and they were almost all bulls.
the first moon shot. I. Moody, George Moody, Ed
You haven't' lived till
Next Sunday you've We live in a world of plenty Johnson, J. F. Lambert, and W.

Lighting Contest I had I'a 'Moose Burger. Mother ., surrounded by luxuries, gadgets H. Cochran. W. _C. Heath was

I The Quarter Horse races this I has promised we we are going and, playthings. the town's mayor. J. B. Boaz

,,. The home of Sheriff and Mrs. Sunday, December 31. at1 Seminole I to have reindeer steak for We live in a world of need. was town clerk and F. L. Byrd
If Homer Brook,. 801 East Moody f Raceway in Casselberry, Christmas dinner. with great areas and many peoples was town tax assessor. E.V..
Blvd., received first place in the ,will include a colt whose dam We have a grand' view of the poorley fed, ill housed, un- Johnston was town marshal.

l .,;: % Christmas lighting contest. The once raced .a famous thoroughbred mountains Irom our back yard. istructed, without hope for to.' E. W. Johnston of Bunnell and

r' The outdoor lighting contest -and almost won, acord- On clear days we can see Mount morrow, without the blessingswe George Moody: now of Flagler

\\ was r sponsored by the Bunnellf'ing to Florida Livestock News McKinley., There sure is a lot have. Beach, are the only living mem-

Lions Club: j.1'Service of Kissimmee.That's of breath taking scenery up What changes will the year bers of the first town officers.
r Featured in the picture win- here to draw. ,
1962 bring about.Vho can say? They have been invited to par-
the word from Raymon
dow of the home was a silver Last week I went skiing witha
will vistas
Certainly new ticipate the
open by
present city com
Tucker of Bunnell, racing chairman
friend but I into little
Christmas tree with multicolored I ran a in space; medical research missioners.
lights. On one side of the of the Florida Quarter trouble. My feet got frost (will advance the cause againstand
Horse Association, which is
rJ lawn was the Nativity Scene bitten. diseases; and, let us hope,
i I. complete withthe three Wise ,holding its elimination races Here in Alaska it's the yearof something will be done to advance James L. Gill
this week in preparation for its
men and the. Star in the East.]i the Big Snow. It's already the cause of world peace. ,
On the.other other side of the 2-year-old futurity at Tropical snowed twice as much'". last

lawn was a life-sized Santa'' Park in Miami on January 13. year and winter .hasn't started NEW YEAR CUSTOM Flagler Beach,

Sleigh with Rudolph the Red The colt should be fast-its, yet ., I
: Right now it's dark by the I I Reflecting the fear of starvation Died
Nosed Reindeer. SundayJames
'I'II dam was Stella :Moore, who was
I!- toSecond place winner was the once matched against Olympia, time I get out of school at 3:00. it was once a custom for

home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis one of the best thoroughbreds of Well, excuse me now-I have peasant families to bake a special Luther Gill of Palm

t Wadsworth, 1100 East :Moody I his day in the early 50's. Stella to shovel the snow. But one last New Year'scake which was Circle, Flagler Beach, passed
: dashed .to pieces against the
t before I late afternoon in
o Blvd. On the spacious lawn Moore didn't win-but she almost thing go: away Sunday
Christmas' to all tho"outside" door. Members of the household the Flagler Clinic and
were two living Christmas trees !I did. And the argument' Merry on Hospital
I.t with white and red lighting.,, about whether the Quarter Horse picked up the pieces and ate here, following a lengthy Ill-

\ Featured on the west side of the (which is bred for short bursts) Come up next spring.' It's justa them, prayerful that neither ness. '
nice long ride. hunger nor want would enter Mr. Gill was born in Kana-
home was a large white star is faster at the quarter mile !
with blue rays. than the Thoroughbred still is Neil Eddinger.Ed !I the houseduring the coming waka County, West Virginia,

Third award was to the homeof strong. The elimination races .year. and was a retired maintenance
Note-Neil before going to I mechanic for the DuPont Com
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Worley,
will start at 2 P.M. Sunday.
Alaska and while in school here Old China
tiSouth Chapel Street. Their diSplay ; : CelebratedIn pany. He had lived in Flagler
.. featured Santa and his I Entries have been received was a contributor of class news old 'China, New Year's was Beach for the past year and a

Workshop.. from: Dr. Walter H. Shehee, for The Tribune. He was in the I ja 15-day affair which began on half, coming from Marmet,

First place prize was $10. A'I I Chipley; Joe Kelly, Jacksonville; sixth grade then. The Tribune I the First Day of the First Moon W.Va. He was a member of

V 'V cash prize .of $5 was for second King Ranch of Florida, Dunnel- appreciates this contribution. 1 I and climaxed with "Teng Chi. the Methodist Church.He .

1 place winner and $3 went to the Ion; Grover C. Wheeler, Lakeland Come again, NeiLWELCOME leh";' or the. Feast of Lanterns. is survived by his wife,

1 third place winner. j ; M. C. Strickland, Jr., Bun- I Family gatherings were tradi Mrs. Mae Gill, Flagler Beach;

1 The Lions, Club also sponsored nell; Joe Leitner, Brandon; Wai BELLSBells tional throughout the New Year a stepson, Paul Workman, Spencer -
ter GUle Wauchula.. season and the of \V.Va. three sisters Mrs.r
.two turkey shoots recently and ,(; exchange gifts ; ,
"* the committee reports a total of Spencer. Harden, Sanford; Q. I. welcome .the New Yearto and all sorts of entertainment Alice Hudnal, Mrs. Mable"Bar-

$66.07 cleared on this project. 'Roberts, Palatka (owner of the Japan, ringing out 108 timesat filled. the days until 'Teng Chi. nett and Mrs. Bertha Foster;

The money is used by the club Stella Moore colt); C. L. Brown, midnight on News Years Eye,t eh." five brothers, Lee, John, :Mac. j

: I for community projects. I I Orlando; Marcus Conerly, Wau- reminding the people of the 108. In Northern China, lanterns Henry, Sr., Arthur, and Harry '
chula; Vaughn Dekle, Jackson. commandments of' Buddha The were hung in doors and windows Gill. Six grandchildren also
.. I I I vine; Lewis Bullis, St Cloud; people of Japan still observe I symbolizing the advent of survive.
PETRIFIED BIRD EGGS N. O. Heitsman, Alliance Ohio; many age-old customs with regard -,longer days. In Southern China, The body was forwarded to

+ In the South Dakota Badlands Johnny I Sixmas Lake. Helen; to the New Year. One of I J spectacular lantern-lit parades, Charleston, W.Va., where funeral

.... V # fossil bird eggs have been Raymon Tucker, Bunnell (two the most interesting is the practice -i featuring huge fire-breathing and interment V will take
': found perfectly petrified: that'entries); E. L. 'Geech" .Partiri, of scattering:parched beans : dragons supopsedly from with- place. -r .?

scientists'can measure the shell Kissimmee* : Glenn" Murphy,I'about the, supposedlydriving I jin by many men would windi Craig' Funeral Home of Bun

thickness, and tell*the4 yolk Avon'Park; Preston Wells and I !iwfY.? evil influences sand *heir way through.the,'crowded nell was in charge of 'local .ar

from the white. .' _.. Sons,. .,.Kissimmee.,. J inviting good luck to enter.{streets. : .* : rangements.r : .'
..... '- 4.<1 .., '. "- 4 <.:'' .x. '.. w .
: .... ,_ .. _.. .. >.. : /i vr .1 .:; "' ,.::- Rlq.a .i .1.. '' :. .
.' ..1:.: ._ ._ :!tJt."t _. --.. -, 4' : t :
'aoo"" : .
: .
-s. .J; '": : ..........,,;, ;; 0, '"" ...'T _- Yo ,.- ''f ......._.._;. _-- -. .


i I
i -. .
a?;.. L. .. -- .L.. '_ -'.. ........ : :.>"'t... ..".... VV ._

... ...... ,.,. "l. ; ,'\' .( '" 't-- --Ut' "" .. > ,, _
; ,
,- 1 '
I : : ; ;- J "" 7 ; \
: t'k:3:: ] -
c : : : _'?i. -f 4 J ..

J .... .
<< .
.. J '

'. .:: \" ; ,, ; \ .
"o' 'T ," '
; .
: ,, : '
I ,k. G1 :TWO : : : : TIlE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUN LL. 'FLORIDA .. Th\lrsdayDec.. 28, 1961

--,- -
t : -: --" -' -- -" : .
i '

: 17 1 1

t c rc '**: rJtagfer ear ; '. .

X .,, N -
,;: .' .. :' f Jt
.t ,
S "
Telephone HEmlock 9-2098 .: y #+
.... 7eQ
.r I ?' '.. V.- ,

Mrs. Frank Brede, chairman;f Sunday school at 9:30 in the '. .
of the annual Christmas Lighting -I Woman's Club building. J : i.
Contest,nf the Flagler Beach Worship service v follows at ,
Garden' Club, announced the;10:30 and next Sunday Rev.I :
winners during the weekend I Reynold V. Hoover, pastor, will i .rf' ,
: .
t: after'the contest closed. She also return to the pulpit to speak on .. ,, j-:" ( i
I "I ". ,, ... .n f'
expressed ,her appreciatibn to "Look To The Foundations. .1 '::'. ,, "'P' " .
the judges for their help and Rev. Hoover has recently underI I "_.. J" "
also to those who decorated, gone surgery and his congrega-. .... 'i '
their homes during this Christmas tion is happy for him to return.' .' .

First, place winner was the i Mr.. and Mrs. Buck McCort. !
the home, of Mr. and Mrs. I I from Holly Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Hog :Jowls and Black Eye Peas :
liam Buteux who received 'a wn-I Jim Wilson nd'family' from
prize. The home of Mr. I Daytona Beach, spent Christmas Copeland's Smoked 24 oz. Fla-ga. !
:)lrs. Paul Vogel was in 'second I here at the home of Mr. and HOG BLACK EYEPEAS t\,
place and their prize was $7.I Mrs. Raymond Smith.
Third place was awarded to Mr. *
and Mrs. Rufus Miller and they Mrs Emma went to JOWLS 29 19'Center 1
received $5 as a prize. Mr. andMrs. I II Pennsylvania to visit with relatives .
Carl McElfresh were awarded I during the',holidays. ---- -' --- ...
$3 for being named to fourth I i Grade "A" D & D Whole Cut Western
place.- I i Visiting here with his sister WHOLE PORK :
The list of honorable mention :and brother in law, Mr. and 'lb.
was 'Mr. and Mrs., J. D. Preston, Mrs. Anthony Bradac, are Mr. < *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Novick, Mr. I and Mrs. Jerry Peters from FRY.ERS 29 CHOPS lb. 59

and \ Mrs. Dean Peterson, Mr. Cleveland, Ohio. Joining 'them
and Mrs. Howard Lerch, and for Christmas day were Mrs. .
Dr. and Mrs. Warren Michaels. Bra_ ac's son in law and ,daughter I Palm River Our Own HOMEMADE .

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dzioba, SLICEDBACON. PURE PORK
PTA MEETING, POSTPONEDThe with their daughters, Sally and
usual Parent-Teacher As Nancy, and also his brother,I
sociation meeting time is on the I Joe Dzioba, who is their house 49 SAUSAGE,
4 it; first Tuesday of each month, but guest from Cleveland. I
\ the January meeting will be --- .! -
. postponed one week-to Janu- Pfc. Beverly Haines from
, ary 9th. Camp Rucker, Ala. arrived to 66 oz. Folger's KRAUT & WEINERS Bake-Rite

I spend 'five days with her par- INSTANTCOFFEE 2Yz can
.t Mr. and Mrs. Pat Smith and ents, Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Haines. Shortening
daughter left for New Jersey to Beverly is stationed there with KRAUT.19c
spend the holidays with .rela the Women's Army Corps. .
.tives. 12
..' Mr.. and Mrs.,W. L. Aaron, and """ : oz. Lykes Ib.I *
f! 3 49
'}.{r. :and Mrs. Robert' Owens daughter, ,Brenda spent Christ : 49. WEINERS
returned to their home here mas in Lanette, Ala., their former jar canLimt
Tuesday ;after making a trip to home., Limt one with $5.00 or < 3 pkgs $1 one with $5.00 or
Lanette, 'Ala., to visit .Christmas for
more food order more food order
with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Aaron

(from Fayetville, N. N., visited
Rev. andl''rs, Reynold Hoover,here last week with his parents, Monogram Long Grain I Shurfine Evaporated t
entertained during the holidays Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Aaron.
their son in law and daughter, 29' Milk
Rice 3 1 O
Mr. and Mrs. Carson '
Balbach Mrs. Nanny O'Shea from Providence big can I Ii
from Warren 111., with their son R.I., arrived to spend I -- ---
Stewart and daughter Julie.
months with her brotherin
several 2V2 Osage 25 Lucky LeafApple
Joining them for the Christmas law and' sister, Mr. and 'Mrs. i oz. !
Day were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Charles Charon.
Rooney from Jacksonville with Peaches I Sauce

their daughters, Marda and Jill I Mi and Mrs A. O. Brantley / .
Mrs. Rooney is also their daugh
left for Jacksonville
.ter. Their visitors Tuesday for f Sunday to spend Christmas with cans ; oo I tars

the ter Stanton day were from Rev.Riveria and Mrs.Beach.Les- .their son in law and daughter, 4 lor $1| 4 for t
I Rev. and Mrs. A. Englemann.
I r

f TV SERVICEALL I I Visiting this month with :Mr. Shurfresh 60 Count White SOFLIN 1

,and Mrs. Clarence Shultz is het ..
MAKES niece Miss lola Gerdes from Biscuits 3 25Northern Napkins 1 O*
Agent For Bunker 'Hill, Ill. Mrs. Shultz'ssister for Pkg
Mrs. Frances Ruston, from ,
Jacksonville, joined them this .
week to spend the holiday here. Giant Size .
.ENERGYDetergent 'I
AND INSTALLED Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bobby

TUBES TESTED FREE Lowe, in Lakeland, a son on December TOILET TISSUE

.Eugene 26th.Bobby He Jr.was, and named his I. 49

TV Bob I weight was 8 pounds and 9 (Limit 3)) roll 5 Pkg

I ounces. His paternal grandparnts 1 t
: are* Mr. and ,Mrs. Wilson -- -
Lowe of Flagler Beach. FROZEN
PHONE HE 9-2204 ,, --'
Continued To Page 3 10 oz. Birds Eye Jonathan ',,oJ';-
BLACK EYE "PEAS 2 for39C APPLES 4 bag Ib 3ge ,,-
Mrs. Smith'sAPPLE I Large CrispCELERY -' ,
Gala New Year's Eve- Party I
PIES' '4' 10C
each49C talk
Hats Horns and Noise Makers '
10 oz., Singleton's Fresh i

I DANCING from 9-4 SHRIMP pkg.49C CARROTS fc bag 10C '

1 Also ,MUSIC DANCINGSat. Flagler Food Store,

Dec. 30' from 9-2.
.. Flagler Beach

By OLEAN CASEY & His Country Rocks '
Closed Monday l n.1st

,. ". LUCKY' BAR ; y ,

..Highway AlA Flagler Beach PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. DEC 28, 29, 30th

{ II I

I ,:--"r''' ,- .___,__-:--._-- -_ _.-- .-.- '- <--- '. I
-- -

T-, .. :_, '-'",,"'-. "!"" ...\ '-. .; .. .1.*<_ Ii. :#,- ,t{; '., ,t-y2- '? -j r !-, 'f .--c.-J.--. ,, ,f .. JfJfI'.Ji,1' ';'{W"1'" _.... ..3s- ,J1<:" "'!,T" ton< _'-', ,;"" ... ,J',-. p.A: l ;" '. t-:: : -

-"I __' '- ':: ,, :' :-- i5 of" '_!! '. ,:::' : .u_ :..! :_ ,__ ':';; -- ; :, > ,_ ,;:_ ___:, :__ _, \ .. ,: B

f' 'I'j', \ I :

j't'.( : H



[ : .;-...............-........rl'."........ww-

l: y,Qaide'.. ; indoJ clQ.r LS-; each I Dr. Hervey Sharpe !Rose Bowl Oldest I O. P. ,ALFORD

t ; '(By Hervey 'Shoxpri r Is Appointed HeadOf I Holiday
I i Real Estate I
Foundation plantings to the (Continued -from Page 1 Extension ServiceDr. Quick now how many football

gardner are like some garments Mrs. Streeter has been I j bowl games will. be played I BunnelL Florida '
Myrtle i
-they smooth out features and entertaining as house guests her I during the holiday season? ...._._._. ;.. ..........M1
Hervey Sharpe, whose Cotton... --
add a "dressy" look. son, daughter in law and grand Rose Sugar, Orange,
weekly 'article "Gardening" appears all of the I.
can you name RCA VICTOR
Mr. and Mrs.
> So,. to'I ure that you will children, in The Tribune has been season contests? ,
Wigfe Ardelle and son
spruce up around the home, add 'daughter appointed editor and depart-
I from Kingsville Ontario -LOOK, FOR TUB PICTURE
foundation plants .to your, 1962 Raymond, ment head for the University of Probably not. Chances are I IN THE WINDOW

gardening resolutions. Canada. Florida Agrictulural% Extension someone is starting a new bowl: i Southern Radio & Television

Service and Agricultural Experiment t game'and the word hasn't got.... 226 E. Granada-Ph.. OR 7-2001

When properly made, a foun-. '. ten around I OHMONU .
.Mr. and Mrs.. E. D. Johns left Stations editorial ,depart- yea.
dation planting serves definite I You should know however I
I ment.
Friday for Sarasota where they
1 I purposes. It connects the house that the "daddy" of all the bowl I Subscribe lor The Flagler Triban
Christmas and the
with the grounds and adjacent t spent The appointment was approved games is the fabulous Rose
with their in Year In Advance
I end son week-I 52.50 A
: ornamentals so that the house I Mr. and Mrs. by the State'Board of Control Bowl game, which started as a .
and grounds appear they have upon the joint recommendations supplement to ,the Tournamentof
grown together into an eye- II of Directors M. O. Watkins -; Roses, way back in 1902. On I Sealed bids will be received in
homestead. I the office of the City Clerk of the .
appealing (* of the Extension Service January 1st, of that year, barn I City of Bunnell. Florida in the

Holiday house guests of Mr. and"7: 'R. Beckenbach of the Experiment storming Michigan overwhelmed Civic Center Building on Qr before
Shrubs and vines also tend
12:00 o'clock noon on the 2nd day
; soften and blqnd architectural and Mrs. George-. Learmont are Stations, with the ap :'Stanford 49 to 0. of January A. D. 1962. for the following -

lines. Such plants give the their son in law and ,daughter, :proval of both Provost W. M. I' This. lopsided conquest, of the Ten :(10) portable folding tables

I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Baillar- Fifield and Dr. J.- Wayne Reitz west representative may or may with mar-resistant plastic tops;
home finished look. .
size of top. 30"x72M; height. 29"
I geon and daughter, Joann, from II i university president. I:not have had anything to do Midwest Challenger Table or equal.

Generally, foundation plantings I I Meriden,' Conn. Also their nephew 1 1'!with it, but the following year Color 100:all-steel Tan. folding chairs. Sam- ..

reflect personal preferences.The Richard Chapman, arrived Sharpe, who' has been acting chariot races were substitutedfor sonite 2600 Series or equivalent.

I : owner of a Spanish Villa- from Walterboro Maine, to join editor since April 30, will fill 1 I football and it was not until Color Each: shall be addressed to ,

type home will use gaily color- them for this week. the vacancy left by J. Francis 1916 that collegiate ',football the City Commissioners. BunneH.

ed acalyphas, crotons and other I Cooper after 36 years of service. returned to the Tournament of reserve Florida.the The right'City to reject Commissioners.any aDd:

tropical plants while the proud I Roses via a contest in which all bids also to accept will the be bid for thatin the
Bushnell its judgment
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brede left Sharpe, a native of ,
owner of a city ranch home may 1 Washington State defeatedBrown best interest of the City of Bun-
Florida has been audiovisual
Saturday for Orlando where nell Florida.
feature cactus and cottonwoods. ,I University.Since WITNESS my hand and officialseal
with the editorial department I
with -
they spent, several days this 19th day of December
Rules for' 'making foundation 'I his son in law and daughter, since 1955. ,He receivedhis that time the Rose Bowl A.D. 1961.
has gained in prestige and annually Levi L. Brannam, Sr., MayorCity
plantings are vague. Early set Dr. and Mrs. William Kelley. BS and master's degree in i of Bunnell.. Florida
I attracts crowds in excessof ATTEST:
tiers cut out the underbrush so I agriculture from the Universityof I Nancy C. Rodgers City Clerk.

that they could keep an eye out Florida and his PhD degree 100,000. December 21-28-2tc

for Indian attacks. I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kuleski in 1953 from Pennsylvania State tiN THE CIRCUIT COURT 'IN AND

'.. I and sons spent Christmas in University.Prior i NEW YEAR MESSAGE FOR IDA. FLAGLER NO. 834 'COUNTY FLOR-

Conditions haven't changed Cassadego with her parents, Mr. Citizens Bank of Bunnell
The first cable the Pa-
very much. Howe owners plant and Mrs. Reid Williams. to joining the staff, I across Plaintiffvs
: cific between San Francisco and -
low growing plants which allow Sharpe was editor of Agreviews, Eva R. Burnsed. now Eva R. 1
associate of Hololulu, 2,600 miles was com- Burnsed Wiser. and Reece M.

for good visibility so they -
Rev. and Mrs. Atlee Stevens pleted January 1.1903, when the Burnsed' Defendants.
education at
'r can keep an eye out for peddlers Virginia Polytechnic -
motored to Jacksonville Sunday i cable ship Silverton arrived in NOTICE OF SIIERIFF SALE
bill collectors and unwanted Institute an editor of Notice is hereby given that I,
4 visitors. However, beauty evening to spend Christmas with I Tennessee Vo-Ag News and an;Honolulu. The first message I Homer W. Brooks. Sheriff of Flag-
4 ler County Florida, under and by
his parents.Mr. {was sent that day and the cable
is the reason most gardeners agricultural research specialistat virtue of a Writ of Execution
tipS jwas open' for public use four heretofore issued out of the above
give. the University (of Tennessee. i' entitled court in the above styled
and Mrs. Clarence Weaver 'days later. cause have levied upon the following -

Don't overplant. This is a and family have gone to Moravian Lots described 3 and 8 property of Block to-wit 31 in

common fault, and crowding of Falls, ,N. Y., to visit with Moody Subdivision of the Townof
Flagler Beach. Flagler
too much miscellaneous material relatives. County Floridaas

J. around the home* is a common I _, Open House New' Year's Eve Defendants the property and of that the above on the named 22nd

""blunder of a rank; amateur: I' TH&Ntf YOU '. day of January A. D. 1962, betweenthe
-ATBeverly legal hours of sale namely
The Rev. Reynold N. Hooverwishes eleven o'clock in the forenoon and
f Dont depend too much. on to thank all of his two o'clock in the afternoon on
annuals basis of the plant many said day. at the north front door
as a I friends who sent cards letters, of the Flagler County Courthousein

ing. They require continuous replacement gifts, flowers and well wishes Highway AlA North of Flagler Beach ida,Bunnell.I will offer Flagler for and Flor-sell

and during some sea. during his recent illness and to the highest bidder for cash in
\ sons will not do justice to your WE HAVE JUST FINISHED THE ADDITION OF hand the above described property
\ stay in the hospital. as the property of said defendantAto

mortgage. Both he and Mrs. Hoover want A NEW DINING ROOM. satisfy HOMER said W. execution.BROOKS.

to wish their friends Sheriff of Flagler County
Don't use too large or too many FloridaH.

spicuous materials. Trees can ,Happy New Year: COME HELP US 'CELEBRATEAND Bunnell.. T. Cook.Florida Esq.

be used only against the largest Rev. Reynold N. ''Hoover. -, Attorney' for PlaintiffDec
21-28. 1961 & Jan 4-11. 1962-4te
buildings, and some of the variegated

foliage plants do not fit home. The native cherry laurelis We Wish EveryoneA FLAGLER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
in well with all' types of archi rone. The wax privet' is another Happy and Prosperous New Year IN CHANCERY NO. 4301
tecture. [ glossy green plant. Plaintiff,

Don't use too many conifers. Other larger growing foundation John and Lee Taylor JAMES DANIEL vs. JOHNSON. .

There is almost no restrictionon suggestions include abelia Defendant.

on broad e leaved evergreens.j severinea, jasmines wax myrtle THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND TO:

Many such plants are ideally and a number of the arborvitaesand JAMES DANIEL, JOHNSON
10 Main StreetBloomingdale
adapted to foundation plant coniters. N. J.

ings. Still another group of, plants INSBRE-Sfay iRsireil & Rest Assircd suit You has are been hereby filed notified against that you in a

Don't be, afraid of your own -ferns-have a place against I the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to file your answer -
ideas, as to plants. Your enthusiasm shaded walls, and underneath with the Clerk -of this Court
should not be dampen. larger plants. GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROMH. and to serve a copy thereof upon
i plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
ed by the "don'ts." The Sword, Boston, leather whose,RAY name SELDEN and address 'is:

Don't fail to plant ,some sort and other cultivated varieties T. COOK AGENCY Selden Building

of foundation planting if thereis make excellent foundation ar Daytona Beach. Floridanot
later than January 11th, A. L>.
a bare spot at the base: of rangements. Native frns from 1962.If. /
Citizens Bank Bldg. BunneH, Florida you fall to do so, decree pro ,
your building. Remember these the woods can also be planted confesso will be entered againstyou

plants will increase the value In bays and other small indentations for the relief demanded in the
j bill of complaint. The nature of
'of the' property, yet will lookso to tone down the said suit being for divorce. ( 1
hand and seal of
natural that the tax assessor higher plants and add color, 24 HourWrecker said WITNESS Court this my 7th day of Decem-
will fail to add the improve. plant herbaceous perennialssuch Service"Flagler ber A. D. 1961.
(Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
ment to his tax roll. as four-o-clocks, Stokes' aster Clerk of said Circuit Court

There are scores of plants penstemon, physostegia, Truck Tractor Co. Dec. 14/21/28 1S61:, Jan. 4. 19C2-4tc t

suitable for setting around, 'the wandering jew and violets. FLAGLER IN TilE CIRCUIT COUNTY.COURT FLORIDA.OF

Bunnell High School Basketball. Schedule 1961-62 Grove Farm Industrial Equipment ,vs. Plaintiff..

Fri., Jan 5 Crescent City A and B Boys Here 7:00 Bunnell. Florida Phones: Day ID 7-3242 GRACE POOLE WOODCOCK.Defendant.

A and B There 6:30 Night ID 7-3529 NOTICE TO DEFEND ,
Tues. Jan 9 Fla. Mil. School Boys THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:

Tues. Jan 9 Orange Park Girls' Here 7:00 VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKEB Grace Poole Woodcock whose
last known residence and address -
''4 Fri. Jan. 12 Fla. D L B Boys and Girls There 7:00 Owner Parts&Shop Manager was 524 Carolina .

t Sat. Jan 13 Hastings A and B Boys Here 7:00 You Raleigh.are, hereby North notified that a ._

Tues. Jan 16 St. Augustine A and B Boys Here 7:00Tues. .- suit has been filed against you in
the above entitled
cause; and you
Jan 16 Green Cove. Girls Here, 5:30 are hereby required to file your answer -

i ,,, Fri. Jan 19 St. Joseph A and B Boys Here 7:00 and to with serve the a Clerk copy of thereof this Court.upon

Tues. Jan. 23 Pierson Boys and Girls There 7:15 CRAIG FUNERAL HOME the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney I
whose name and address Is:
Fri. Jan. 26 Oviedo Boys and Girls Here 7:00Tues. Richard E. ConnerP. I

Jan., 30 Fla. D & B Boys and Girls Here 7:00Fri. A. B. CRAIG. Funeral Director New. O.Smyrna Box 1666 Beach Florida 'I:.

Feb. 2 Crescent City A and B Boys There 7:00 JOHN HARDIN Aiftodat not .later than December 30, A. IX.19ol. .. !'

Sat. Feb. 3 Orange Park Girls There 7:00 If you fail to do sc? decree pro !
1 AIR OXYGEN confesso will be entered against 'i:
Feb. &9.10 Con TournamentTues. .LADY you for the relief demanded in the '.:
Feb. 13 Hastings A' and B Boys There 7:00 CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED Bill of Complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce.
Fri. Feb. 16 Callahan A and B Boys There 7:00 ATTENDANT AMBULANCES WITNESS my hand and seal of

Sat., Feb. 17 Father Lopez A and B Boys Here 7:00 i said Court A.D.- this 19C1.22nd day of November -.

Tues. ,Feb. 20 Fla. MIL School A and B Boys Here 7:00 Phone ID 7-3532 _. (Official. Seal) E. A. 8MYTHK
Clerk of said Circuit Court
Sat. Feb. 24 Hawthorne Boys and Girls Here 7:00 By Julia R. Harvey
March 1.2.3 Group Tournament Nor.- SO .&: .Dec 7.14.21-4tc .
.- .- .... :- -... <.


...._._.... ......_d=" -- ,___---' .

"} J-' .. :,-, \'. ,". .it... .._.,... :r ..' w."t.. ... ._ --- -" ---- __" _. ._ '" -_ _,. -- ,... ..-" .


1I.r. t .


r-T' .

1 efr January, First


alas Long BeenInteresting

-- -


.'.:. 'I :The first day of the New Yearis 1- CO. i ii. -Say It With Flowers

I', 'By Leslie Pacha a time for looking ahead, for.i. Of Daytona. Inc. I fromBlack's

I making! plans, for hope and op AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING I : Flower
I ,THE LITTLE EIGHT I timism. But it is also a time GENERAL SHEET METAL

W .JL Pts Op I F f when most of us look back with e're'Proud of Our Work" I Phone ID 7.3348

Taylor 5' 0 267 '187 English Have Long fond memories, to days of yes I 330 Walker Holly Hill. OR 7-6120 111 N. Forsythe Bunnell /1''

Father Lopez 2 0 '102 90 II terday. FUEL OILKING'S
Observed New Year I[AUTO SERVICE I
,Bunnell 1 2 126 '122

Hastings '' 1 2 116 145 1 1 j Prior to September ,14,. 1752 With each New Year, we are McDANIEL'S I TRUCK STOP

Pla.:.Military 1 2 110 115 I'England and her colonies regarded conscious that time does not Service Station !PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS
, is
wait and that each new day
; St. Joseph 0 2 59 110 January 1st with_ indif- t STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS J. L. IRVIN. Prop.
soon a part >history.
Crescent City 0 2 74 88 ference.. New Year's Day was I LubrIcationTiresBatteriesFuel

DAB 0 3" 122 ,148" ooserved on March 25, and, of I Looking back through the TiresBatteriesMinorRepairs Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel
Bunnell ID 7-7119
The Bulldogs defeated St. Joe i course, New Year's Eve was' pages of time! we find that U.S. 1 N. Bunnell-ID 7-3493
60 to 30 for the' first win. The i
: c24. interesting events have
looked good in theirlast I I
o. Bulldogs taken place on January 1. It GARDEN SHOP
and'showed lots But, the English have never
twp games was, for instance, the birthdayof
I been indifferent about, observance -I .. Gray's Garden Center
of promise of having one Betsy Ross (1752), Paul Revere &: BATTERIES I
of the New Year holiday, Headquarter far Gardening Need.
''their best seasons. I (1735), and Philip Freneau Open 7 Mo--tO P.M.-7 Days .
; f whether before or after adoption Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement
All players welcomed the holidays 1752). State&Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190 Materials

,. and could take a little!of the Gregorian calendar -I,.Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

break. Looking for the boys to I The Puritan government abolished I The first. practical fire engine Colonial Service Station. TORO LAWN MOWERS

,.come out strong January 5th. Christmas and outlawed i was tested Janu'ary 1, 1852. EARL E. RICE ProprietorGAS.OILLUBRICATION ,147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051'
r President Abraham Lincoln issued ORMOND
observance the holiday, I
..BUNNELL PLAYERS RECEIVE, the Emancipation Proclamation MOTOR TUNE-UP i
so the people vented all their I HARDWARE
HONORS ON 1961'LI'M"LE on'the New Year. on the first day of the GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES I
holiday spirit
'1863. The famous Tourna- THAT FAMOUS PAINT

The 16th annual Little All. Restoration of the' Stuarts ment ofRoses. began January 'f Exclusively at
revival of -
State, limited to players ,from I brought about a 1, 1889.
Christmas ,customs and traditions I PURE OIL STATION f FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
Florida's smaller schools, tackle I : I rt',
yet the return of this The USSR was formed January -
Ronnie Canakaris was selected Specializing in Wash & Waxing
great holiday did not dim the 1, 1923; U.S. parcel post '
Miami Herald, along I Batteries-Accessories i
people's enthusiasm for the New service was inaugurated Janu- 'I' Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
with Burnsed and Quentin -I MINOR REPAIRS
Jerry ,
.Year observance. Adoption of ary 1, 1913. On the first day ,
All Bunnell players u.s. IIw '. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138 1 II
in 1752 of the 1934, the Federal I
I the Gregorian calendar year i Village HardwarCenter
honorable mention. The
s received ,likewise only changed the time Deposit Insurance Corporationwas I I BAR AND PACKAGE STORE i I HOUSE PAINTS
.; Bulldogs which finished the sea- -
from March 24.25 inaugurated and the Bank ,
for celebrating
son with an 8.2 record. The [ BAMBOOBAR :Match and mix any colorBullder's
to December 31-January 1. Guaranty Act became effective.
Bulldogs had one of the best & COCKTAIL II' Supplies -

seasons in many years. I The United ,Nations Declara- LOUNGE i GIFTS GREETING CARDS

I The Sports Corner wishes you i NEW YEAR IS ALSO tion was signed January 1, 1942; DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY. I AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420

all a Happy. New Year. the U.S. Strategic Air Force in FROM 9
, or Leslie Pache. Europe was formed January 1, JEWELER
Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach l
I t It is right that we .think of 1944, and Japan's Emperor Hi- I

THE OUT"BOARDER !I the New Year as a .time of Joy rohito disavowed divinity on I I MILLAND BAR AND BRENNAN Jewelers

and happiness. It marks a new January 1, 1946.Keeping LOUNGE I II Diamonds-Diamond Setting
Authorized Evinrudc Dealer J Fine Jewelry and Gifts
starting point in time; a chance !
COATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS better' I f I Eddie, & Mary Shultz. Props. i' Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus
i to do new and things.
iWkage Storage Free Ramp PACKAGE GOODS i Watches
But the start of New Year Time With
Watches -Jewelry-Clock Repaired
t 9 a.m.-2 a.-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a. m.j
825 Ballough Rd-Daytona should also be the time for seri- Ocean Blvd-Flakier Beach I I 60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR'7-5056
R I ous reflection for looking Sun Is Old ProblemS

.. backward for a moment., The BETH'S SEASIDE FURNITURE
old is true enough, BAR & GRILL
i 'year gone may be more in- Ormond and
Automotive Center Bedding
Specialty but in its time it brought new tertesed in the moon but for [ FOR FINEPOOD Furniture Co.
PARTS AND LABOR experiences, new challenges. If centuries calendar makers have I
Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE
FORDCIIF.VROLETPLYMONTUOTHERS we are to meet the problems of devoted plenty of attention to
$10.95 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA
540 Mason Ave. Daytona the New Year with determination the sun. In fact, the sun caused I Open 7 A.M.-II P.M. i $10 .Tradeln Covers Down PaymentR.
then weshould have profited I
f I the year 46 B. C. to have 445
__ 69 Granada Ormond Deb. OR 76411PAINTS
from the successes and fail- i days-the longest year in calendar I I BUILDING SUPPLIES i ii ----

FREE PAINTOne ures of the past. I history. i
So, let's not only look to the WICKLINE
extra gallon of your choice The Roman Calendar, I II
future. Let's think for a momentof Building Supplies JERRY'S PAINT MART
with each gallon you buy created Numa
edly by Pompi-
the past-and thus put our-
lius, in the seventh B.C., i CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS PITTSBURGHPaintsFinishes
Mary Carter Paint Store selves in a better position to century
achieve success during 1962. was_ revised several times. Yet I I STEEL
Alao Weatacate Shopping Center Paint Sundries
when Julius ,Cesar put his experts -:I Flagler Beach :- HE 9-2254 -Wallpaper
to work on the Julian cal- 38 W. Granada-ormond
endar was two months behind BOTTLE GASHARRIS ORange 7.0761

the sun. This presented them I

BARCrescent a problem: they had to catchup BOTTLE GAS Ii IiI =i!ROOFER ___
with the sun before the Julian -I FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY I;EDGEMON ROOFING CO.

I calendar could take over as Manufacturers of
the official method of marking Cement Tile RoofingALL

BeachDANCE I' i Help Flagler County Grow I Fast Dependable Service

'They solved the problem by I By Shopping at Home I HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
adding two extra months 'to the ORange 7-5177 7.1793
I year 46 B.C.; inserting them between CONCRETE PRODUCTS

: ; : the months of Novemberand Your ,"Q" For ConcreteDial i'RESTAURANT
:\ TO ,':. December. I'I
: "t' CL 3-8113 UE-Z.-Q RESTAURANT
--' -
t. --- DAYTONA BEACH Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches
J : PHARMACYSick I Quillian's ,Concrete Inc.
.. 152'V Granada Ormond Beach
0. L YeomansDown c' IIOSIITAL'SUIPLIES Room Supplies-Sundries CLEANERS Open 6 Mll P.M. at

24-Hour Prescription Service I I 146 S. Atlantic-Ormond

.' I Free Delivery in Flagler Beach BUNNELL CLEANERSWE I'

Beats : t I ORMOND Re AlA BEACH 1 ml.-Tel.North OR of 7-1661 GIVE TV STAMPS I'I RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteokChopsChicken

.. Urea Dally S to 6 I
Phone ID 7-318rf Sandwiches and Shakes
.. I TIjf Jfflaglrr\ uribunr I Sandwiches and Pies
'I'll I I
115 N. St.
Bay -
: Lee on Drums; Slim on Bass; on


,I A14 1 Mile South of Pier

:,.1 Appearing Every Fri. 8-12 P. M. i MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor I Moody's Pharmacy Used FurnitureUpholsteryJOE

li I Flagler County's Corner Drug store
: : f i Designated Official Publication PRESCRIPTIONS WELLBORN

: Saturday 9 P. M. t01'A. M. I i: Cnai7.tor Public lnalelpalitle Notice of Flatter therein DRUGS-SUNDRIES Furniture & Upholstery

and the State of FloridaI GOOD USED FURNITURE
I BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 7.3661I New 'Beddlne-Mattreaa, Renovating

,:: ': ; : OPEN HOUSE NEW, YEAR'S EVE, i Entered. aeeond el AM matterRrhr.arry I ELECTRIC SERVICEPROMPT 1094 Furniture Flomlsh Uplael.terln'--'rradea Holly Hill-Ct. 3-2275

.... . tae nootoffleeat
; I
flnnaell. Florida aader net of
.. Hats, ,Noise Makers and Favors I MOTOR COMPANY
\: '. Karen 3. 1876.'One 1 BUNNELL RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL The Flagler Tribune

-. '. .. year_ 12.50 I'COHMERCIAL t A MAINTENANCE. Publishers Printers
Hosts.AL and MARGE
'? > : _. ; .. CALLHUBERT I Phone ID 7.3282
I" mOnthi ,1.21
; .
"- "' '
',\1 :; : '., _.' : -- ; ID 7-3301 DAY ID7-344S NIGHT' :BUNNELL, FLORIDA'P.
s -- '

I .
__ .... _. -
.u : "':' ._. .
_. -, t. :',..-...">'-. -,(.1 -.--'- -'-- -- -.' -.r ":
>- ...: ,_,_

'". : .. -: .... y,;.;-+ 1r 1.'">.-r,,0---.:;: .. ;to .. "'" ''; -.. l r
'.r. t .
' ... :
:f 1?r, 'So.-: [ ', ..I: .' : .L\

', .
2 I
: "
... : -,> : J ,

:' -..:> = '
: ;::: ,;;, .
I'- ,
'c ,,' i : ,'

,- --- .
\ !

I'I'I I'I,

I'I 1,

o I :,

I .
.- ;

... I i!
t ., Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Helms of !
The Bunnell Chapter O.E.S.' ; Tallahassee are the parents of .

will hold an initiation ceremonyat :a 7 pound 14' ounce daughterwho I f fII
their meeting on January 9; was born in a Tallahassee S

I,' Worthy Matron Mrs. Rita Dia- r hospital December 23. She is
.1 I
mond said today. the granddaughter of Mr1: ahd I

Mrs. Diamond also said Mrs. Mrs. Omega Durrance of Bun- .1
Helen Leinhart of Barberville !nell. Mrs. Helms is the former ,
Miss Johnnie Durrance of Bun I
lost in the
an evening bag All Purpose Shortening
nell. M
chapter room on Friendship k 3 lb
Night. The bag was a gift to. l. BAKE RITE 490
Buddy Cook has returned aft can
her and holds a sentimental "
value to her. Anyone findingthe j'er spending several days in ji 11 t Limt one with $5.00 or more food order '

bag is asked to' return it to I Nichols, S. C. with relatives. He

Mrs. -Diamond or mail ,to the|[was called there by the deathof '
( his grandfather, Henry T.1 NEW Betty 'Crocker Mix .
i iI I Cook. Extra Large SnoWhiteCAULIFLOWER TOFFEE EWIRL CAKE ea. 39c

Mr. and Mrs. Jack ,Hall and II I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris .....25 New Friskies (5c Sale) ,

family were in West Bay, Flor- j I'had as their guests for the holidays ,- CAT FOOD 2 cans 1ge-
ida, during the holidays for a Mrs. Morris' parents, Mr. Jumbo Fla.LETTUCE '

visit with Mrs. ,Hall's family.Mr. and Mrs.' A. L. Salt, of Gulfport. 2 heads 29c Lykes 300 can .-.

I I CHILI & BEANS .:..' 4 for $1.00
and Mrs. Haskel I I r
,Dorsey returned
Mrs. Turner
Rodger '
U.S. Fancy Michigan "
and children, Elizabeth and I I
to her home here Wednesdayafter > '
Shurfresh 6
DEL. APPLES ft 19c oz. pkg.- .I. :
Jimmy, of Gainesville, Georgia, spending a week in Talla- "
I : '
CHEESE SLIECS 4 pkgs. $1.00
were here during the holidaysfor hassee with her brother in law ,
a visit with her parents, Mr. I and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
and Mrs. L. M. Whitaker., They!,Helms. They were joined during
'-. also visited with Mr. and Mrs. I I the holiday' weekend by Mr. Energy
Ray Mercer and ,Mr. and Mrs.Jeonard Turner.Mr. Singleton 2 ft t box ea. BLEAC' 10-

Mood ., I SHRIMP TID) BITS $109' quart '

and Mrs. Tony Kahlert
z I
Hunter has returned to have as their guests his brother
Winter Garden 10
't oz.
his home in Espanola after receiving and sister in 'law, Mr.' and Mrs.
medical treatment at I Kahlert of St Louis, Mo. SRAWBERRIES ea.19
I University of Florida Teaching i
I Hospital in Gainesville. I John Jarosz has entered a St. Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg. '
r, I Augustine nursing home. He recently BL'ACKEYE' PEAS 2 for 45c Sugar
:Mrs. Laurie Yelvington has ,asher i iI I I suffered a stroke and had
I guest here son, Richard Y l-I been at his home here ,after re- PICNICS
'I i 'k:, vington, of Chicago, 111. I I returning from the Teaching
e 1 Hospital in Gainesville. tb
t Mr. and Mrs. ,S. H. Cameronof I I Master Premium. ', : ':**; .
Belvedere, S. C., are guests of: Guests at the home of Mrs. BEER ,6 pak 99cJack's ('
t Mr. and Mrs. W. 'W. Deen for I I Daisy Buckles during the Christ- ) ,
an.eXtended visit. Mrs. Cameronis I(jmas holidays included: Mr. and 31
Mrs. Deen's mother. Mrs.,Brady Wadsworth and chil- pkg.

: dren of Jesup, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. SWEEDISH COOKIES'pkg.. 33c
\ Custer Durrance and son, Rob- Wendell Hoel and family of

l. bie, of Arcadia, are spending I Jacksonville> ; 'Miss Gloria Mc- Stokely's 303 can -
\' this week here with his parents, Arn, student at Florida ,State SWEET PEAS 5 for $1.00 .
Mr. and Mrs. Omega Durrance. University in Tallahassee, and

They were accompanied to Tal- I the George Allen, Jr., family of
lahassee Wednesday by Mrs. I Bunnell.Mr. Shurfine 46 6oz. can ;

'Durrance who will visit with GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 4/$1.00 I
Mr. and Mrs. Helms and new and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel
r granddaughter, for two weeks. were hosts Sunday evening at Western Beef Choice Cuts
I their home, North, Pine Street, Bremner ft boxSALTINES CHUCK ROAST Ib 49c
The Lenssen family enjoyed a ,to a Christmas party. Membersof
family reunion during the Christ their family enjoying the ,af- 190 Economical & Tender

mas holidays at the recently i fair ,included: Mrs. Belle Hall,i CHUCK STEAK Ib 57cStokely's ,
completed home of Tom Lens- Mr. and Mrs: Dave Dobson, Mr. I
303 can. Veal CUTLETS ft StEAKS
Jiffy lOc
sen on the T Double ea.
L Ranch ont i and Mrs. O. C. Shelton and
Old Kings Road. Included ,2
were daughters, Butch McDaniel, and Smoked Semi-Boneless
his mother, Mrs. Nicholas Lens. I I A. M. McDaniel. I -HOG JOWLS ft 29e
sen, and his brothers John end Country Brand ..
Bill Lenssen. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight OLEO PATTIES .. ea. lOc World's BestHAMBURGER -

I had as their guests at a Christ- \ .", d," 3 Ibs. $1.39'Folgers
Mrs. G. E. ,Allen, Sr., 'had as mas dinner Mr. and Mrs. Eldon ':---,." )
her guests during the holiday I I Knight and ,family, Mr and Mrs. .
weekend her son in law and Gene Knight ,and daughter, Mr. '
daughter, Mr. and Mrs.' Arthur and Mrs. Tommy Durrance and can -

i'. Durshimer of Albany, Ga., and Rebecca.. Also visiting with them I
COFFEE Flaga 12 oz. pqk.
her grandson 390
and grand daughter during' the afternoon 'were Mr.
in law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur and Mrs. Dan Knight and famIly
Durshimer, Jr., and family of of DeLand.'V. Limit one with $5.00 or more BLACK EYES 100
Donaldsonville, Ga. food order

Joining them for a Christmas W. McKenzie, Jr. and young rl
It, dinner party were: Mr. and Mrs.R. son John, and daughter Betty, TZ5. i FREE 50 FREE
A. Powell, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. visited here a short time Wed-
Johnston and family, Mr. and nesday. They are presently in TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS fc OP VALUE STAMPS'

Mrs. George Allen, Jr., and fame Gainesville but ,are moving 'to with purchase of with the purchase of with $5.00 or more
ily. and Mrs. Lady Allen, all of Indianapolis, Ind., early in the 6 oz. Maxwell House 22 oz. Chiffon food order

r Bunnell. new year. INSTANT COFFEE: LIQUID DETERGENT 'and this coupon'
} 01 and this coupon & this coupon at Sheltons Grocery
1 Coupon Void 12-30-61 Coupon Void 12-30-61 Coupon Void 12-30-61


. '- Open 6 A.M.-10 P. M. Quantity Rights ,
:: BILL AND, REECE I Reserved

P ricer Good

t SATURDAY, Country Fried Steak ,.{. '." ,$1.00. I"I' &S1Wtlt.. Dec. 28-29-30, 1961SHELTON '

SUNDAY, Chicken & Dumplings / .. $1.25
t. SUPERMARKET Store Hours
: 2 Fresh Vegetables, Salad and Roll
: Served with Each of These .. Week 8a.m.-6:45pjn

f : Short, Orders, Sandwiches, A la Carte Meals. .BuNNELL. FLORIDA '' Sat. 8 a.m.-9:00 p.m. .

-. r

f '. "

J 'r., -,-_.....-' _' I- -:, # r''i., ::, . };'"I .. .... '

, .. ., ,, Y:7 <, ... ,. ,, j't- 1'i'. ,.. 7 ,..,..- .., 'z- ,",r---Pa,.,.. : :?-';, ,.. : T '<;car;.:': : .. c";:";"'.M,. "ew. "1,
: d7'7" : i



--- --- -
-- -- ---

Florida' Market I!I BOOMING WELCOME II I'Are Resolutions :I: SOMETHING\ NEW I gained Credit 34 union per assets cent since in Florida 1957 ,
Pre-revolutionary Russia welcomed

the New Year with boom- Worth The Effort? |I Recent research reveals, ac .as compared with a national increase j
For Candy Runs i I cording to the Florida Farm ) of 28 per cent, the Florida \
ing cannon st' hundred shots]j I Are New Year resolutions I Bureau: State Chamber of Commerce
!fired at midnjght. The observance worth the effort?
Into Millions .1 l Non-roll peas which will bej states, after an examination of
i I of the New Year on Janu- Sure, if they are made in the cube-shaped. ;January 1, 1961 reoorts.
!aryl, according to the Gregorian right spirit The trouble with I Artificial dirt which will be
Holiday needs plus the year- i!calendar, was instituted by Peter resolutions is that some folks I made from plastic foam'and
round market for sweets in Flor I the Great in 1700. I I promise to do things or not do I said to make indoor plants grow
ida will push the retail value i The evening of December 31, things-when they know full I I faster than the real thing. CommunityMemorial

: of the 'market in the,$state I l I I known as St. Sylvester's Eve,I well they are putting themselves I Preservaties for fresh flowers ChurchInterdenominational
: .the time for fun' and .
to an estimated $40,135,000 I was great out on a limb. I which will I
keep flowers for several -
year, the Florida State Chamberof I enjoyment. I II II I Common sense resolutions are I months. i
Commerce reports. I I I best. This does not mean we Cubes of cream that look like : AIR CONDITIONED
Mummebr's Parade Began should make "easy" resolutions.A I Daytona Ave. I
"The average Floridian consumes i ieI I sugar cubes. They are made in
about 16 pounds of candy At Turn of Century I good resolution corrects a Denmark. i FLAGLER BEACH ,
I' fault curbs bad habit.
I I II or a
and confectionery products I The first formal Mummers' Something must be sacrificed if i I Sunday School 10:00 A.M. I
'throughout the year. Augument- Parade in took Church Service 11:00 A.M.
I j I Philadelphi place a resolution is to be worth- i
t Ing this by tourist purchases,1:[January 1, 1901. Before the Civil while.So Frozen orange concentrate is R. W. DICKE T. Pastor i
million of : the best selling item in frozen I
about 103
pounds i War, Philadelphia families generally make' resolutions if you : EVERYONE WELCOME
candy will have been'purchased I held New: I foods. - I
I parties on feel inclined. But be -,--
in ,Florida by the end of this Year's Eve. Some time in the!I[Don't make them ,with practical.the idea r........................... .-._......................................._..._. ............'......
year., I 60's, of families made -:
a group that it will be all right if you FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
the parties a masquerade and fail to them. If know
The greater part of the can r keep you
walked through the streets in
will break 'em-don't make
dies and sweets consumed in you
fantastic costumes, extendingthe AMBULANCE
I(I 'em.
Florida are made in other statesor
I mummery into the next day. PHONE VAlley 41625ST.
ar imported foreign
The Crown Club marched SERVICE
Silver -
countries. Florida producers I Isatisfy' CALENDS TO CALENDARIn AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
January 1, 1877, and two oth-
only about 16 per cent
er such clubs were already in ancient Rome, the j
t>f the market.' Even then, Florida 'priests Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
existence. One ,band was led by i called the people together on
manufacturers turned out are always at your service with promptness safety crudexperience.
lover 16 million pounds of Eph Horn, a minstrel singer,I the first day of every month
and part of the routine was j I known as Calnds, and announced -
sweets including pecan, peanut
"shooting away the old year"at the sacred days and festi-
With Resusitator and Inhalator
and coconut candies, nougats, Equipped Oxygen .
I midnight, hence the name"shooters. vals to be observed during the "
.caramels, chocolates and a wide I
variety of citrus sweets. ." Business firms began month. The people checked the Garcia Funeral Home
-I I offering prizes to clubs days on their "fasti," markingthe
all of confectionery
"Although types I I I -
consumed in I I passing their places and eventually important feasts in red. P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
Florida could not economically the parade became city i I Thus from the "Calends" we derived LADY ASSISTANT

be made here, the consumption- I I function. our word, calendar. .."" "...............,......,.............,..;................................,..-..................,..".........rl'.fII.... ..
production gap could reasonablybe -
narrowed, especially in this "
I Ii
sugar producing state," the '
trade body concluded.
i i


I Effective January 1, 1962, Citizens Bank of Bunnell

. ILislinas II will pay 4% interest on one year certificates of de

3 cent per under word this each heading Insertion are posit. These certificates will be issued for minimum
75 cent la minimum charge. '
I amounts of $500.00 and in $100.00 thereafter
FOR SALE-bed room suite with multiples _.
'chest of drawers, new coil spring '
mattress and box springs $75.00 O It is necessary that your funds be transferred "

patio cash. swing Call HE with 92095.a green Also floral a in person or by request by mail. These certificates may
.'canopy all:' aluminum with be purchased at any time during the year: and matureone
:green foam :rubber cushioned

'seats, paid -$50Call HE 92095.. year from the issue, date. .
:12-2S-Itc ,

;LOST-Tan ,. and white Collie .:- '\.. ':/.' '
and a Brown Chow. Finder -

,please call Mrs. Travis, ID 7.3609 I ,. '
Bunnell. Reward. l .28..1 c '. '!

SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason- Effective 1 1962
January your regular savings accounts -
able rates. George Jarosz. phone

'ID 73410. 11.2 to 4-26-tp 1 will draw interest at the rate of 3 % % per

room house at north end of Pal. i
.* onetto, Flagler Beach, on boat annum on the balances remaining on deposit for the

: . value, beautiful in- full six months period. This rate increase from the

Jterior and exterior, $90.00 per
month for September 1 occu-' 2 present 3% rate is automatic and will be reflected i in
pancy. Contact present renters

r. or Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona next interest June 30 1962. ;'i
payment on
. Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF :,;
". 'Ocean fro ;
housekeeping apartments .
1 and 2 bedrooms com I -
i -
pete with linens and all utilities. I.. .t 1I

Sun deck, fishing week, swimming month.,I .; ;}J (These :changes in "interest rates are subject to the egulationsJ
loafing. Day or
Sun Sea :Manor, Flagler Beach. _'r of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation relating to the

HE 9.2082 7.6tf, I V: ?-[ .' payment of interest on_Savings and Time Deposits by insured '

:'" ''. I,} 'V VV Banks.) ,. .. "
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large <. '-.
2-bedroom garage apartment. J: -t.-:

_ Call HE 9-2318, or see Zeke '

;' Chaffee. 11-17-tf For Further Information Contact Any Of The Officers Of:. ,

FOR RENT furnisned 2 bedroom

st one bath house Daytona Ave, f; V fJ
:- Flagler Beach. Completely ren

f:: can ovated.Gulf. be Station.$65.00 picked per up Sullivan's Nov- -,Keys 10-tf- "i\ CITIZENS 1 B A. N K i iI

, x"v N/ ->/ 'sy >x-NX-> (t

:. REALTY CO I ,,-*


p ..Bee us for your real estate need ;: r.r: .<

f .Office Phone HE 9-2242 4Ant V
,:. Residence Phones ID 7-3691 '- -
t- ;. .' .: or ID 7-3517. .. .
.- .'. '' ... .. '- -, .

-.r .. -- -. .. __ ......... -... .J -_ ._ 1'- .. ''


Full Text
xml record header identifier 2008-10-22setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Flagler Tribunedc:subject Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher s.n.dc:date December 28, 1961dc:type Newspaperdc:identifier (OCLC)1024369 (ALEPH)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Flagler -- BunnellNorth America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida