The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyright material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specific conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship, or research." If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of "fair use" that use may be liable for copyright infringement. Notice: The copyright law of the U.S. (Title 17, U.S. Code) governs the printing of digital material that is copyrighted. The person receiving this material is liable for any copyright infringement.
TOTAL El EC TRIC W wiumI h o w veuuva ^ A r i z o n a P u b l i c S e r v i c e € ^ 1 0 E . B i r c h A v e . « &? <*> P h o n e 774-4S01 Capps House of Color GLIDDEN PAINTS WALLPAPER - PICTURE FRAMES - OLYMPIC STAINS 115 W. Birch Ave. Flagstaff, Arizona PHONE 774-2482 FLAGSTAFF SERVICE & MATERIALS CO. READY MIX C O N C R E T E - S A N D & GRAVEL Phone 774-2737 633 E. Brannen Flagstaff, Arizona _ TRANSAMERICA I TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY f f S T A T E WIDE TITLE & E S C R O W SERVICE" PAUL SHALLENBERGER V. PRES. & MGR. 223 N. San Francisco PHONE 774-7191 HARPER FURNITURE CO., INC. £very t/tin f for IJour J4om* SINCE 1919 GIBSON R E F R I G E R A T O R S — S Y L V A N I A - M A Y T A G - H O O V ER 15 N. Beaver Phone 774-3341 OPEN 24 HOURS 2026 E. SANTA FE AVE. FLAGSTAFF ONE STOP COMPLETE CAR CARE Phones 774-9738 or 774-6282 O c n O Z D i c k ' s A m e r i c a n O i l S e r v i c e - O 1971 > £ CO LU CO 1 Sewing L^Q&JkifiOtya M O R E T H A N 100 O F F I C ES R E S O U R C E S O V E R $1 y 2 BILLION M E M B E R F E D E R A L D E P O S I T I N S U R A N C E C O R P O R A T I ON n a T i t l e & T r u s t C o . OF C O C O N I NO Member of American Land Title Association leg? 120- North San Francisco TRUSTS - TITLE INSURANCE - ESCROWS Phono 774-3368 Dial 774-2057 2521 N. West Street Flagstaff, A r i z o n a 86001 IRIS HUNTER VOIE COY - BROKER NELO E. RHOTON NELO E. RHOTON AND WALTER N. RHOTON C.L.U. NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Phonos 774-3291 OR 774-0730 127 E. ASPEN AVE. P. O. BOX R WALTER H. RHOTON TUNE UPS ELECTRONIC DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPMENT 24 WEST SANTA FE R O N D A V IS CHEVRON m m SERVICE GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS PHONE 774-4651 POICE - BAKER FIRESTONE STORE "24 Years of Serving Northern Arizona" • PHILCO TV & APPLIANCES • TV REPAIR SERVICE • RCA TV-RADIO • WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES • RECORD DEPARTMENT • SERVICE CENTER 106 N. Leroux 'EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME & AUTO' Phone 774-*c '.3 FUfsta*, Mrktom l&raama CnHrrthm FLAGSTAFF ARIZONA Directory • Alphabetical directory of business concerns and private citizens • Complete classified business directory • Street and Avenue guide: a list of householders and occupants of office buildings and businesses with telephones • Reverse telephone directory: a list of telephone numbers in numerical order • Rural information of the surrounding area. AND • Miscellaneous information about the city and county Published by J O H N S O N PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. 1409 A NortL Grant, OJeom, Tex** 79760 PRICE $55.00 2 Section 28, Copyright Law In F o r c e July 7, 1909 That any person who willfully and for profit shall Infringe any copyright secured by this act, or who shall knowingly or willfully a id or abet such infringement, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by imprisonment for not exceeding one year, or by a fine of not l e s s than one hundred dollars nor more than one thousand dollars, or both, in the discretion of the court. a N a D p 1898 * Member Association of North American Directory Publishers PUBLISHERS N O TE The information in this Directory i s gathered by an actual canvass and i s compiled in a way to insure maximum accuracy. The publishers cannot and do not guarantee the c o r rectness of a l l information furnished them nor the c o m plete absence of e r r o r s or omissions, hence no responsibility for same can be or i s assumed. The publishers earnestly request the bringing to their attention of any inaccuracy so that i t may be corrected in the next edition of the directory. JOHNSON PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. 004327 1 4 0 9 A Nortk Grant, O J m m , Texas 7 9 7 60 flagstaff Public Librory HoastofF a,;„ FLAGSTAFF Cfiam&ei 0 / Cenun&tce C I T Y of S E V E N WONDERS WALNUT CANYON WUPATKI SUNSET CRATER METEOR CRATER S A N FRANCISCO P E A KS OAK C R E E K CANYON GRAND CANYON Tourist or Any Othor Information May bo Had by Contacting Our Offico 101 W. Santa Fe Ave. or by Calling « . 774-4505 OR WRITE P. O. Box 1150 Flagstaff, Arizona 86001 F L A G S T A F F CITY DIRECTORY GENERAL INDEX Abbreviations 80 Alphabetical L i s t of Names 133 Churches 9 City Officials 7 C l a s s i f i ed Business Directory 17 Clubs & Organizations 13 County Officials 6 General Information 11 History 12 Index to Advertisers 4 •Reverse Telephone Directory 101 Schools 8 Statistical Review 12 •Street & Avenue Guide 229 •Please Note: The Reverse Telephone Directory and the Street 6 Avenue Guide do not appear i n the residence copies. J . Delbert Kindred, President Jack 'John' E . Redmond Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce INDEX TO ADVERTISERS Alpine Motel classified 50 Alpine Realty classified 59 A r c o Atlantic R i c h f i e ld Company classified 54 A r i z o n a Bank, The classified 24 A r i z o n a Public Service Company back cover, s t r i p s , c l a s s i f i e d 35 A r i z o n a Realty Company front s t e n c i l , s t r i p s , c l a s s i f i e d 60 A r i z o n a State Recovery Bureau strips, c l a s s i f i e d 30 A r i z o n a T i t l e & Trust Company front cover, s t r i p s , c l a s s i f i ed 75 Armstrong's Apothecary Shop classified 56 Aspen Office'Supplies classified 54 Babbitt F o r d , Inc. strips, c l a s s i f i e d 20 Bledsoe's Men's Shop classified 48 Boice-Baker Firestone Store front cover, s t r i p s , c l a s s i f i ed 73 Bonner, B. B . J r . Enterprises, Inc. classified 32 Boozer Sweeper Service back cover, s t r i p s , c l a s s i f i ed 71 Brownie Cleaners strips, c l a s s i f i e d 34 Burrus Realty classified 60 Bushey's Bootery classified 70 B y r d Sheet Metal classified 69 (Cont.) F L A G S T A F F CITY DIRECTORY INDEX TO ADVERTISERS (Cont.) Capps House of Color back cover, s t r i p s , c l a s s i f i ed 55 Chris man Boat Shop classified 26 Clifton Welding classified 78 Commercial Hotel classified 40 Consolidated Investments, Inc. classified 43 Crown Motel & Restaurant line ads, classified 50 & 63 Davis, Ron Chevron Service front cover, s t r i p s , c l a s s i f i ed 66 De Miguel, J . Plumbing & Heating classified 57 Dick's American O i l Service back cover, s t r i p s , classified 66 Duraclean Service ribbon, s t r i p s , classified 28 E l Patio Cocktail Lounge classified 25 E l e c t r i c Systems & Services, Inc. strips, c l a s s i f i ed 35 F i r s t National Bank of A r i z o n a classified 23 F l a g Loggers Supply Service classified 28 Flagg O i l C o . , Inc. classified 68 Flagstaff Athletic Club & Figure Salon classified 39 Flagstaff Auto & Truck Salvage classified 22 Flagstaff Beauty College classified 25 Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce front section 3 Flagstaff Laundry & Dry Cleaners strips, classified 34 Flagstaff Line Supply strips, c l a s s i f i ed 45 Flagstaff Monument & Marble Company classified 49 Flagstaff Realty & Insurance strips, classified 41 Flagstaff Service & Materials Company back cover, s t r i p s , classified 31 Flagstaff Vending Company classified 77 Food town Super Market strips, classified 39 Fort M c C l u r g Wax Museum classified 53 F t . Valley Enco Service Station classified 68 F r o n t i e r Motel classified 51 General T i r e Service classified 74 Grasmoen, Ven Real Estate classified 61 Harenberg Block C o . , Inc. front cover, s t r i p s , classified 30 Harkey, W i l l a r d W. Realty classified 61 Harper Furniture C o . , Inc. back cover, s t r i p s , classified 19 & 37 Holiday Motel classified 51 Hong Kong Cafe classified 64 Hunter Realty front cover, s t r i p s , c l a s s i f i ed 62 Hunts Cash N ' Carry Lumber Company classified 47 Jansen's T B A Supply classified 74 Jenny's Bakery strips, classified 23 Jiffy Building Maintenance strips Jiffy Janitor Supply Company classified 44 K E O S Radio classified 59 Kazimer Uniform Company classified 77 L a Casita classified 65 Max Tamale Shop classified 64 Metheny Realty classified 61 Michelbach Insurance Service classified 42 Michelbach Realty classified 61 Modern Motors, Inc. strips, classified 21 Monte V i s t a Hotel & Office Building classified 40 Montezuma Investment & Realty Company strips Moore Drug Company classified 56 M o r r i s Texaco Service classified 69 New York L i f e Insurance - Richard R. Deavert Agent classified 42 New York Life Insurance Co. - Walter Rhoton & Nelo Rhoton, Agents front cover, s t r i p s , c l a s s i f i ed 42 Northern A r i z o n a Glass C o . , Inc. strips, classified 38 Northern A r i z o n a Roofing Company backbone, strips, classified 65 Patterson's Cashway Lumber Company backbone, strips, c l a s s i f i ed 47 Pennie's General Store strips, classified S3 Pitts Union University Service strips, c l a s s i f i ed 69 Print Shop, The classified 58 Prochnow, McCullough & B i l l e r Insurance A g e n c y— classified 43 R & F Truck Rental classified 76 Ranch T r a i l e r Sales classified 49 Refsnes, Ely, Beck & Co. classified 71 Rowan's Pharmacy classified 56 Sears Roebuck & Company classified 33 Seidel's T i r e & Auto Supply classified 74 Sixty-Six Motel classified 52 Southside Market classified 39 Southside Market Liquors classified 46 Southwest Forest Industries, Inc. classified 48 T i n y ' s T V Service classified 72 Tissaw's classified 70 Town & Country Motel classified 52 Town & Country Restaurant classified 64 T r a n s A m e r i c a T i t l e Insurance Company back cover, stripe, classified 75 T y r r e l l Chevrolet-Buick classified 21 V a l l e y National Bank front cover, s t r i p s , c l a s s i f i ed 24 V i c ' s Produce classified 58 Weasel, John Painting Contractor classified 55 Western Auto Associate Store classified 21 Young, M e r r i l l Distributing C o . , Inc. classified 26 & 46 G F L A G S T A F F CITY DIRECTORY COUNTY OFFICIALS E L E C T E D Board of Supervisors: District #1 — Robert \V. Prochnow D i s t r i c t 12 Tio A. Tachlas D i s t r i c t #3 - E. II. Wctgel Assessor H. F. Hlllman County Attorney J. Michael Flournoy Recorder Edna Mae Thornton School Superintendent Bessie Kldd Best Sheriff Cecil Richardson Treasurer Rose Stacy A P P O I N T ED C l e r k , Board of Supervisors Jane Burns D i r e c t o r , Planning &• Zoning Jack Smith Director, Counly Health Department \V. J . Thomas, M . D. Sanitarian W. E. Stanfill Medical Investigator La Vaughn Myers A g r i c u l t u r a l Agent William M . Brechan Extension Home Economist Peggy Putnam Engineer Pat Syler Head Custodian Jose Pi vera Director, County F a i r Paul Weaver Director, County'lacing —11. Ray Stutler Director, C i v i l Defense William Hoist CHAIRMAN": Counly Board of Health William J . Austin, M . D. Counly Planning &• Zoning H. Stuart Houston County A i r Pollution Control Board Ray Larkey County F a i r Association Kenneth E . Ragle County Park Board Richard R. Hulse F a l l of the year, time of change of the Aspen trees f r om green to orange, gold and yellow in the Coconino S'ational Forest. Tours of this area arc a must for beauty minded outdoors people. F L A G S T A F F CITY DIRECTORY 7 CITY OFFICIALS E L E C T ED Mayor Sylvan Harenberg Councilmen Robert Knoles •Joe Rowan C. Russell Turner V i r g i l Langley L a r r y lx>ven Richani T . McDonald APPOINTED City Manager Iceland C . McPherson Assistant City Manager R. A . ' D i c k ' Williams Treasurer & C o n t r o l l e r Donald E . Wilson Sales Tax Department Mrs. Gladys F r l s b le School Superintendent Sturgeon Cromer City Attorney Larry M i l ls City Police Judge William Brady Assistant Police Judge A. R. Brown City Engineer & Director of P u b l i c Works Sam Tucker Assistant City Engineer & Planning Director Vance McDonald Police Chief Elmo Maxwell Captain Gean Slayton F i r e Chief Don Vorhles Assistant F i r e Chief Ray Gerkey Director, Parks & Recreation Kenneth Ingols Parks Superintendent Earl Newman Building Inspector Carl Doarn Director, Housing Authority John L . Warren Head L i b r a r i a n Mrs. Grace Dclph Airport Manager Francis X . Shamrell Shop Super!ntendent Kenneth McLaughlin Sanitation Department Leonard Hueppelsheuser Streets Department Ivan l^angston Water-Sewer Superintendent James Rawlinson Water-Sewer Advisor James Beard Well Superintendent Herman Dunn am Director, C i v i l Defense William Hoist Housing Authority Chairman Don II. Christensen Planning 6 Zoning Commission Chairman V. L . Pentecost Board of Adjustments A- Appeals Chairman Ray I.arkey C i v i c Beauty Commission Chairman Ed Dodson Water Use &• U t i l i z a t i on Commission Chairman Ralph Bllby L i b r a r y Board Chairman Paul Weaver Human Relations Commission Chairman Tony Gabaldon Historic Sites Commission Chairman Mrs. L a u r a Runkc Cemetery Board Chairman Jesse McMahon A E R I A L VIEW O F F I . A G S T A F F . ARIZONA Looking north toward the San Francisco Peaks. Northern Arizona University i n center foreground. f i * a g s t a f f c r r v d i r e c t o ry SCHOOLS SCHOOL DISTRICT #1, COCONINO COUNTY 701 North Kendrick 774-8731 School Board President Dan Stoops Members Verne Seldel M r s . John P r l s er Howard Wren Clerk Kenneth E . Bean Administration Superintendent Sturgeon Cromer Assistant Superintendent of Instruction Dave W i l l i a ms Assistant Superintendent of Pupil Personnel Service Don C l a rk Assistant Superintendent of A u x i l i a r y Services W. F. K i l l ip F L A G S T A F F HIGH SCHOOL KLVSEY SCHOOL THOMAS SCHOOL 701 North Kendrick, 774-S7S1 607 East Kinsey Avenue, 771-8731 3330 East Lockett Road, 771-S731 Paul Schrelber, Principal Hill Redman, Principal Kenneth Harkey, Principal COCONINO HIGH SCHOOL 1S01 North Izabel, 774-3781 B r i a n Turner, Principal EAST F L A G S T A F F JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 2110 East Cedar, 771-S781 Christian Petersen, Principal EMERSON SCHOOL 324 West Aspen, 771-3731 Harold Greer, Principal MARSHALL SCHOOL 100 North Hopi Drive, 771-3781 Paul Hubbard, Principal MT. E L D E N SCHOOL 2C00 East Cth Avenue, 77I-37S1 Manuel de Miguel, Principal SECIIRIST SCHOOL Norlh Ft. Valley Road, 774-8731 Tony Gabaldon, Principal SOUTH B E A V E R SCHOOL 50C South Beaver, 774-S7S1 Michael F l i c k , P r i n c i p al WE IT Z E L SCHOOL 3401 North 4th Street. 774-S7S1 Frank Cosseboom, Principal SEDONA SCHOOL Sedona, Arizona, 2S2-7952 Donald Kelsey, Principal L E U P P PUBLIC SCHOOL Ijcupp, Arizona, 6S6-G2GG Charles Barnes, Principal PAROCHIAL SCHOOKS OUR LADY O F G U A D A L U P E SCHOOL G21 West Clay Avenue, 774-C251 Sister Mary Louise, Administrator NATIVITY SCHOOL 319 North Beaver, 774-2G22 Sister Rosaltna, Administrator A * if- I ^ * t £ * J NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY The Administration Building next to the J o u r n a l i sm Building with the San Francisco Peaks, highest point i n A r i z o n a , in (he background. Mt. Humphreys 12,670 fect, Mt. Agassiz 12,310 feet and the location of the A r i z o n a Snow Bowl. F L A G S T A F F CITY DIRECTORY 9 A S S E M B L Y OF GOD A S S E M B L Y OF GOD INDIAN CHURCH 1729 North Main Elmer L . Roberson, Missionary Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a . m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study, 7:30 p. m. FIRST A S S E M B L Y O F GOD 113 West Clay Ray A. Ford Sunday School, 9-45 a.m. Worship, 11 a . m. C. A. ' s , 6:30 p. m. Evangelistic, 7:30 p . m. Wednesday, 7-30 p . m. BAHA I INFORMAL RELIGIOUS DISCUSSIONS Melvin McCormlck residence, 2106 East 2nd Avenue Wednesdays 8 p . m . Further information telephone 774-9309 BAPTIST BAPTIST INDIAN MISSION 221 East Phoenix Avenue Rev. John H. Davis, Pastor Sunday School 9:50 a. m. Worship, 10:50 a . m . and 7 p . m . Wednesday Worship, 7:30 p. m. B E T H E L BAPTIST CHURCH Walapai Drive at Lake Mary Road Rev. R. A. Guthrie, J r . , Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11 a. m. Training Union, 6:30 p . m. Worship, 7:30 p.m. Prayer Service Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 219 South Elden Rev. Lewis C. Calley, Pastor Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Worship Service, 11a.m. B . T . V . , 6:00 p.m. Night Worship Service, 7-30 p . m . Tuesday night Mission Society and Brotherhood, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday night Prayer hour, 7:30 Thursday night Teacher Meeting, 7:30 p . m. Friday night Senior Choir Rehearsal 7:30 Saturday night J r . Choir Rehearsal 7:30 FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of Switzer Canyon Drive and North San Francisco The Rev. Alvin Wood, Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a . m. Morning Worship Service, 11 a. m. Training Union, 6 p. m. Evening Worship Service, 7 p . m . Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8 p . m . GREENLAW BAPTIST CHURCH 2301 North 4th B i l l May, Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11 a. m. Training Union, 6 p. m. Evening Worship 7 p . m . Wednesday Prayer Service, 7:30 p.m. SPRING H I L L MISSIONARY BAPTIST 624 O ' L e a r y Street The Rev. W. C. B u r r , Pastor Sunday School, 9 : 3 0 a . m. Worship, 11:00 a . m. B T U , 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p . m. Home Missionary, Monday, 2:30 p . m. Wed. Prayer M t g . , 7:30 p . m. PRIMERA IGLESIA BAUTISTA 2300 North West Street I. B. Williams, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship, 11 a.m.. Training Union, 8 p . m . Evening Worship, 8 p . m . Midweek Service Wednesday 7 p . m . CHURCHES BAPTIST (CONSERVATIVE) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 123 South Beaver Street The Rev. Dean Koontz, Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. Broadcast over K . C . L . S . Evening Service, 6:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer Service Wednesday 7 p . m . MOUNTAIN VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH 2029 North 2nd Street The Rev. Donald Gagnon, Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11 a . m. Evening Worship, 7 p . m . & Wednesday 7 p. m. WEST SEDONA BAPTIST CHURCH Sedona, The Rev. Eschell Cosby, Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a . m. Morning Worship, 11 a . m. Sunday Evening, 6:30 p. m. Baptist Youth 'Teen T i m e ' , 7:30 p . m. Evening Worship BAPTIST (INDEPENDENT) INDEPENDENT BAPTIST Flagstaff Independent Missionary Baptist 3315 North Tindle Avenue Elder Charles H. Kennedy, S r . , Pastor Sunday Services, 11 a . m . & 7:15 p . m. Wednesday night Prayer Meeting, 7:15 CATHOLIC (ROMAN) ST. PIUS X 2257 East Cedar Avenue F r . Richard M i i l i g a n , Pastor Sunday Mass 8 a . m . , 9:30a.m. 11 a. m. and 6 p. m. NATIVITY, B . V . M. North Beaver at Cherry The Rev. F r . Eugene J . McCarthy, Pastor Sunday Masses 7, 8:30, 10 & 11:30 a . m. Daily Mass, 6:30 a . m. Saturday 7:30 a.m. Confessions Saturday 4:30 to 5:30 p . m. and 7:30 to 8:30 p . m. OUR L A D Y OF G U A D A L U PE Benton at Kendrick The Rev. E. J . Fitzpatrick Sunday Masses, 7, 8:30, 9:30, 10-30 11 a. m. and 5:15 p. m. Daily Masses, 6:30, 9 a . m . & 5:15 p . m. Confessions Saturday 4 to 5:30 and 7 to 8:30 CHRISTIAN FIRST CHRISTIAN 306 West Cedar Avenue Loren Emerson, Pastor Bible School, 9:30 p . m. Worship & Communion, 10:45 a . m. Youth Meetings, 6:00 p . m. CHRISTIAN REFORMED F L A G S T A F F CHRISTIAN REFORMED East Lockett Road, Thomas Elementary School Rev. A. W i l l i am Heersink, 774-5886 Sunday School, 9:45 a . m. Worship Services 11 a . m . 6 7 p . m . CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY 619 West B i r ch Sunday Services & Sunday School 11 a . m. Wednesday Evening at 8:00 CHURCH O F CHRIST FIRST CHURCH O F CHRIST 2025 North East Street Stephen O. Redacre, Minister Bible School, 10 a . m. Worship Service 11 a . m. • Youth Meetings 6:30 p. m. Evening Service, 7-30 p . m . F L A G S T A F F CHURCH O F CHRIST West B i r c h at Aztec Lee Eyer and Roy Tlnnln May 1 thru September 30 Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Classes, 10-45 a. m. Preaching, 6:00 p. m. Preaching Wednesday, 7:30 p . m . Classes EAST F L A G S T A F F CHURCH O F CHRIST 2203 North East Street Bible Study, 9-30 a. m. Worship 10:30 a. m. & 6 p. m. Know the Truth K T V K - T V Channel 3 12:00-12:30 Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p . m. CHURCH OF GOD MOUNTAIN VIEW CHURCH O F GOD 2415 East Rose, 774-0398 Rev. John Howell, Pastor Sunday School, 9: 4 5 a . m. Morning Worship, 1 1 a . m. Evangelistic Services 7 p. m. (Sundays & Wednesdays) CHURCH O F JESUS CHRIST OF THE L A T T E R DAY SAINTS F L A G S T A F F WARD 625 East Cherry Bishop Wayne M . Holder Priesthood Meeting, Sunday, 8:30 a.m. Sunday School, 10-30 a.m. Sacrament Meeting, Sunday 4 p. m. Fast & Testimony, 1st Sunday 4 p. m. Relief Society Thursday, 9-30 a.m. MIA Wednesday, 7:30 F L A G S T A F F 2ND WARD 625 East Cherry Bishop W i l l i s McEden Priesthood Meeting Sunday 8 a . m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sacrament Meeting, Sunday 2 p. m. Fast & Testimony 1st Sunday 2:15 p.m. Relief Society Wednesday 9:30 a . m . & 7 30 p . m. MIA Tuesday at 7-30 p.m. P r i m a r y Thursday at 4 p. m. F L A G S T A F F 4TH WARD 625 East Cherry Bishop Scott M . Savage Priesthood Meeting, Sunday 9 a. m. Sunday School, 11-30 a . m. Sacrament Meeting, Sunday 6 p . m . Fast & Testimony Meeting 1st Sunday 1 p. m. Relief Society, Tuesday 10 a . m . & 7-30 p . m. MIA Thursday, 7-30 p . m. P r i m a r y , Wednesday 4:30 p . m. F L A G S T A F F 3RD BRANCH 420 South Humphreys Donald R. Brown. Branch President Priesthood Meeting, Sunday 9 a . m. Sunday School, 10-30 a . m. Sacrament Meeting, Sunday 3 p. m. Fast & Testimony 1st Sunday 11-45 a . m. Relief Society. Wednesday, 7 p. m. MIA Tuesday 6-30 p . m. P r i m a r y , Tuesday 6:30 p . m. F L A G S T A F F UNIVERSITY WARD 590 West Riordan Road Bishop Stanley S. Beus Priesthood Meeting Sunday, 8 a . m. Sunday School, 10:45 a . m. Sacrament Meeting Sunday, 4 p . m . Fast & Testimony 1st Sunday 12-30 p . m . Relief Society, Tuesday, 7-30 p. m. P r i m a r y , Tuesday. 1:30 p.m. MIA Monday, 7-30 p . m. F L A G S T A F F UNITERSrTY 2ND WARD 590 West Riordan Road Bishop DeForrest Smouse Priesthood Meeting Sunday 8 a . m. Sunday School 9-15 a.m. Sacrament Meeting, Sunday 6 p . m. Fast & Testimony 1st Sunday 2 p . m . Relief Society, Sunday 6-30 p . m. P r i m a r y , Tuesday, 4:30 p . m. MIA, Wednesday, 8 p . m . REORGANIZED CHURCH O F JESUS CHRIST OF L A T T E R DAY SAINTS Highway 89 North - 7th Day Adventist Church Church School, 10 a . m. Worship Service, 11 a . m. Further Information, 774-5503 or 774-7280 CONGREGATIONAL FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF F L A G S T A F F 740 North Turquoise Road Clinton L. Reynolds, Minister Church School, 9-30-10 15 a . m. Worship Celebration 10 30-11-30 a . m. Extended Worship Coffee Fellowship 11-30-12 Nursery care provided during Church School and Worship Celebration hours CHURCHES (Coot.) E P I S C O P AL EPIPHANY CHURCH Corner of Beaver and E l m Streets The Rev. Robert E . Fosse. Rector Wednesday 9:30 a . m . Holy Eucharist Sunday 8 a . m . Holy Eucharist Sunday 10 a . m . P a r i s h Eucharist Nursery & Church School 10 a. m. Sunday FOURSQUARE FOURSQUARE CHURCH O F F L A G S T A FF 604 West Aspen, Flagstaff Rev. Ralph R. Merwln Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Services 7:30 p . m . Cadet Crusaders at 6:45 p. m., Sunday F a m i l y Night Wednesday, 7:30 p . m. 4th F r i d a y , Community Sing 6 Musical 7:30 p. m. COMMUNITY CHURCH 1829 North East Street Everette M l l e r . Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a . m. Worship 11:00 a.m. Youth 6:30 p.m. Evangelism, 7:30 p . m. Wednesday Mid-week Service 7:30 p . m. INDEPENDENT INDIAN B I B L E CHURCH 10 West Cherry Rev. VonStlllhammer, Pastor Rev. Leslie Cody, Navajo Pastor Services In English & Navajo Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Church Service 11 a. m . Evening Service 7 p . m . Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7 p . m . Katherlne R. Beard, Field Director INTERDENOMINATIONAL F E D E R A T E D COMMUNITY CHURCH (Methodist, Presbyterian, Community) 400 West Aspen at Sltgreaves, 774-7383 Rev. David F . Lehmberg Rev. J e r r y L . Kelly Sunday Worship, 9:30 & 11 a . m. Church School, 9:30 a. m. NAVAJO HOME C H A P EL Navajo A r m y Depot Chaplain F r e d r i c k Taylor, Captain Bible School, 9:45 a.m. M r . 6 M r s . Howard R. T r a v i s , Supt. & A s s t. Worship Service, 11 a . m. Catholic Sunday Service, Confession from 9 a . m . to 9-25 a . m . and Mass 9:30 a . m. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 2717 North Center Street, 774-6209 Public Talk Sunday 3 00 Watchtower Study, Sunday 4:10 Book Study, Tuesday, 8:00 M i n i s t r y School, Thursday, 7:30 Service Meeting, Thursday, 8:30 L U T H E R AN MT. C A L V A R Y E V A N G E L I C A L L U T H E R AN (Wisconsin Synod) 515 North Humphreys Morning Worship, 10:30 a. m. Sunday School, 9:15 R. Loaogbecker, Pastor F L A G S T A F F CITY DIRECTORY P E A C E L U T H E R A N CHURCH (Missouri Synod) WelUel School Rev. Donald Moorman, Pastor, 774-5352 Divine Worship, 10:30 Sunday School 6 Bible C l a s s , 9:15 SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS (Lutheran Church In America) San Francisco Street 6 Cedar Avenue Rev. Harry A. Benson, Pastor Worship Services, 10:30 a . m. Sunday Church School, 9:15 a . m. Nursery available METHODIST NON DENOMINATIONAL DONEY P A R K COMMUNITY BUILDING J i m Summerton, Speaker Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Services, 10:45 a. m. Everybody welcome. P E N T E C O S T A L A F R I C A N METHODIST EPISCOPAL Harbert Chapel A M E Church 424 South San Francisco Rev. John Wasdon, Pastor Morning Worship, 11 a . m. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Evening Sunday Service 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, 7 p . m . Prayer and C l a s s Meeting 8 p. m. S r . Choir Rehearsal, Thursday, 7 p. m. Young Adult Choir. Thursday, 7 p. m. Official Board 1st Monday night of each month, 7 p. m. E L DIVINE REDENTER METHODIST (Spanish* 819 South San F r a n c i s c o Street Gene Lopez, Minister Sunday School, 9:45 a . m. Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p . m. Thursday Prayer & Bible Study 7:30 p . m. TRINITY HEIGHTS METHODIST CHURCH OF F L A G S T A FF Cedar at 4th Street (East Flagstaff J r HS) Rev. B i l l Denllnger, Pastor, 774-5412 Morning Worship, 9:30 a . m. Church School, 10:30 a. m. MISSIONS F L A G S T A F F SUNSHINE RESCUE MISSION 124 East San Francisco Street Charles Bradshaw, Director Help given to stranded travelers and Indigents. Food, lodging and clothes. Worship Services nightly at 7:30, conducted by representatives of local churches. NAZARENE F L A G S T A F F CHURCH O F THE NAZARENE 2304 North 3rd Street Rev. Perry R. Hippie Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11 a . m. Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p . m. Caravan Friday, 7:00 p. m. P E N T E C O S T A L CHURCH O F GOD K of C H a l l , Corner of Isabel t Felice Rev. Harold A . Nelson, Pastor 2417 North Center Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a . m. Evening Services, 7:30 p. m. QUAKERS FRIENDS MEETING 408 South Humphreys, Flagstaff Silent Meeting for Worship, 11 a . m . Sundays Students and v i s i t o r s welcome. SALVATION ARMY THE SALVATION ARMY F L A G S T A F F CORPS. 2229 East C e d a r , 774-8961 L t . F. W. Nlcolet Sunday School, 9:45 a . m. Holiness Meeting Sunday, 11 a. m. Salvation Meeting, Sunday, 7 p . m . Midweek Bible Study, Wednesday, 7:30 p . m. SEVENTH DAY ADVENT 1ST F L A G S T A F F SEVENTH DAY ADVENT 1ST Highway 89 North J . Allan Maddy, Pastor Sabbath School Saturday, 9:30 a . m. Worship, 11 a. m. P r a y e r Meeting, Tuesday, 7:30 p . m . UNITARIAN F L A G S T A F F UNITARIAN UNIVERSAL 1ST FELLOWSHIP 504 North Leroux Meetings at 10 a. m. Sunday Religious Education Classes at 10 a . m . Nursery provided F o r information c a l l: Richard Warner, 774-9548 or H a r r y Matthews, 774-2313 UNITED PENTECOSTAL C A L V A R Y T A B E R N A C LE 3004 Nortii Main, Flagstaff, 774-7280 Rev. Johnnie R. Klrkpatrtck, Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a . m. Sunday Evening, 7 p . m . Wednesday Bible Study, 7 p. m. Friday Evening Service, 7 p. m. Affiliated with United Pentecostal Church. Everyone Welcome. F L A G S T A F F CITY DIRECTORY 11 GENERAL INFORMATION Flagstaff is a beautiful city of 26,117 people, located at the foot of the 12,680 foot high San Francisco Peaks, the highest point In A r i z o n a . The c i ty Is at 6,993 feet elevation. In the midst of stately pines and quaking aspens, and i s appropriately named "The C i t y of Seven Wonders", for within its immediate environs are located famed Grand Canyon, Wupatki, Sunset Crater, Walnut Canyon, Oak Creek Canyon, the San Francisco Peaks, and Meteor Crater. Flagstaff Is one of the unique c i t i e s In A m e r i c a whose interests reach f r om the f a r horIrons of tomorrow to the prehistoric past. One m i l e west Is Lowell Observatory, one of the foremost astronomical observatories In the country where Pluto was discovered i n 1930, and, where the U . S. A i r F o r c e ' s Chart Information Center (ACIC) had Lunar Mapping a c t i v i t i e s . Four other observat o r i e s are located In the Flagstaff area - one of them being the U . S. Naval Observatory with a 61 inch astro me t r i e telescope. Lunar Topographic Research Is conducted by the Astrogeologlcal Branch of the U . S. Geological Survey, with f i e ld work both at Sunset Crater and Meteor Crater. At this time, there are 9 elementary schools; 2 Junior high schools; 2 high schools and 2 Catholic elementary schools. Northe r n Arizona University with an enrollment of over 8,000 students has an expansion program under way w i th construction expected to be completed In the near future. There are four principal shopping areas, with two more to be b u i l t . A fine 103 bed Community Hospital serves the Flagstaff area. Also some 59 physicians, surgeons, dentists, optometrists, and chiropractors serve Flagstaff. More than forty churches and a score of Service and Fraternal Clubs provide a cultural background befitting most desires. Two museums; the Museum of Northern A r i z o n a offering the v i s i t o r an Introduction to the anthropology, geology and biology of Northern A r i z o n a and the Pioneer H i s t o r i c a l Museum, an o ld two-story, Tuff a r o c k building constructed In 1907-08 as the County Hospital f o r the aged. Since 1961 this building has boused many of the antiques, p i c t u r e s , and furniture of the e a r l y day pioneers of Northern A r i z o na. These add greatly to our c u l t u r a l Interests, along with many fine programs through the Flagstaff Symphony, Summer F e s t i v a l, F a l l Festival of Stars, Creative Arts Festival and numerous other attractions. Flagstaff's climate Is wonderful with four defined seasons In the y e a r . A city park, several lakes and picnic areas, and two golf courses which are Just a few minutes away, fishing the year around at one of our lakes o r beautiful Oak Creek Canyon, and hunting in season for quail, dove, geese, turkey, deer, antelope, elk, and bear make Flagstaff an Ideal place to l i v e . Coconino County P a r k Is located 5 miles south of town. For the outdoor sports lover we have many varied activities Including the A r i z o n a Sncw Bowl, with complete f a c i l i t i e s of a Rlblet Double Chair L i f t , also a Poma l i f t , and Platter P u l l for the beginn e r . During the summer months the C h a i r Lift operates, and a ride to the top of Mt. Agasslz, 12,340 feet high, Is a sight to be remembered for the far reaching, magnificent view to the Grand Canyon and Into California and Mexico. The City of Flagstaff Is located In a r e s o r t and tourist travel region In the heart of the 2 m i l l i on acre Coconino National Forest and Is noted for lumbering as one of Its major Industries. It Is the seat of Coconino County, second largest county i n a r e a In the United States. More than 92% of Coconino County land i s controlled by the Federal Government In the Coconino and Kalbab National Forests, the Indian Reservations and National Park Service areas. In the last ten y e a r s . Flagstaff has enjoyed a population growth of over 137% and now has a trade area of approximately 75,000. L i v i n g In Flagstaff i s very l i t t l e If anymore expensive than anywhere else. In many Instances we know It Is l e s s . New and modern two and three bedroom homes with a l l u t i l i t i e s , sidewalks, and paving can be had f o r $20,000 and up. Older homes for l e s s. You might have to wait for a few weeks to get the ho me of your choice on the lot of your choice, but i t w i l l be worth It. Rentals are somewhat a different story. They are not plentiful but can be found. Apartments rent between $85.00 and $175.00 a month depending on your needs. There are a number of t r a i l e r parks and Mobile Home areas available. Flagstaff has one d a i l y paper. The A r i z o n a Dally Sun, P. O. Box 1849, i s published every day except Sunday. There are 3 radio stations, 7 T . V . Cable stations f r om Phoenix and Los Angeles serving the a r e a , and local T . V . station K O A l - T V . T A X E S - For Coconino County (state $1.6500, school $5.7294, county $1.2142). Total Coconino County Taxes, $8,5936. The d r y of Flagstaff Is $2.9000 making a combined total for Flagstaff of $11.7936 per $100.00 of assessed valuation. Homes run 18$ on full valuation. Arizona has a 3 State Sales Tax. City Sales Tax Is 1%. There Is no business Inventory tax In A r i z o n a . C L I M A T E - Flagstaff has a typical mountain climate, with most of the precipitation occuring In mid-winter and mid-summer. The precipitation In summer Is In the f o rm of thunderstorms, which contributes to die cooling effect caused by the altitude to make summers here quite cool and pleasant. There are only three days per year, on the average, when temperatures rise to 90 degrees or above. Summer nights are always cool, for the temperatures usually drop to around 50 degrees. Flagstaff altitude Is 6,993 feet. Most of the wlnterpreclpltatton Is In the f o rm of snow, with an average snowfall of 68.1 Inches per year, Ideal for winter sports. Highways are seldom blocked by snow, and then only for a few hours at a time. Due to Flagstaff's location in the southern region of the Rockies, the low temperatures usually experienced in mountain areas are lessened here. There are only nine days per year, on the average, when temperature falls to zero o r below. Average precipitation for the y e a r Is 18.47inches and the r e l ative humidity Is low. The average growing season Is four months, with the l a s t k i l l i n g frost the l a t t e r part of May, and the f i r s t k i l l i ng frost the l a t t e r part of September. Due to Flagstaff's protected l o cation at the foot of the surrounding mountains, the d a i l y average wind velocity r a r e l y exceeds 14 m i l e s per hour. F L A G S T A F F INDUSTRIAL FACTORS LUMBERING - Flagstaff Is the center for A r i z o n a ' s lumber industry. The bulk of the employment i s In m i l l s and In logging camps. Southwest Forest Industries - P . O. Box 1809, located at 825 East Butler; Kalbab Lumber Company - P . O. Box 430, located near Butler and Enterprise Streets. TOURISTS - A p r i l to November Is the heavy tourist season; however, year-round tourist activities are available. The A r i z o n a Snow Bowl Is the largest ski area in the Southwest. RANCHING-Flagstaff area has many large sheep and cattle ranches, but no stockyards. Each F a l l thousands of head of cattle and sheep are shipped from each Individual ranch to a l l parts of the country. INDUSTRIES - Harenberg Block, Industrial Avenue ft Highway 66 (concrete products); Ponderosa Paper Products, P. O. Box JJt E - Z M i l l s , 503 West Armory, (children's knit under-garments); Kalbab Mfg. C o . , P . O. Box 430 (moldings). Navajo Army Depot, Flagstaff (Ordnance) receives, renovates, stores, and Issues a l l types of ammunition and explosives for the Department of Defense. Also, Gore 6 Associates, 1505 North4th Street (custom built cables); Mack Corporation, P. O. Box 1756, (custom specialised pneumatic ft hyd r a u l i c cylinders). UNIONS - A l l unions are represented with offices either here o r in Phoenix. OTHER INDUSTRIAL FACTORS - Navajo and Hopl Reservations; Glen Canyon Dam; Coconino National Forest; Coconino County Seat; Municipal A i r p o r t . Served by Santa F e Railroad; Frontier A i r l i n e s: Greyhound ana Continental Bus L i n e s , and eight truck l i n e s , four of which a r e Interstate. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES - Anyone with sound idecs and adequate capital can make his own opportunity. We always advise a v i s i t to this a r e a before making a final decision. LOCATION - Flagstaff i s at the junction of U . S . Routes 66, 89, and 180 and State Route 79 (Interstate 17). Interstate 40 Is located just on the southern edge of the Northern A r i z o n a University campus. 12 F L A G S T A F F CITY DIRECTORY HISTORY " C I T Y fN T H E PINES" Flagstaff, Arizona, at 7,000 feet elevation, i s truly the " C I TY IN T H E P I N E S " . The extensive Ponderosa pine forests which s u r round the community have been the key to Its development into the leading commercial and travel center of Northern Arizona. The f i r s t settler was Edward Whipple, who operated a saloon near the Flagstaff spring In 1871. The second white roan was F . F . M c M i l l a n , who settled north of the present Flagstaff. The name "Flagstaff" comes f r om a pine tree being stripped of i t s branches to serve as a "flagstaff" f o r flying the A m e r i c a n flag on the 100th anniversary of Independence Day, J u l y 4, 1876. This "flagstaff' was said to be near where the Texaco tanks and the r a i l road tracks just south of Highway 66 are now. Highway 66 across Northern A r i z o n a was used for many years as a wagon t r a in route to C a l i f o r n i a , and the site of the "flagstaff" was a popular camping area. The "flagstaff' stood for many years to guide other parties along the t r a i l . The lumber industry had i t s start from an e a r l y sawmill built In 1882. This m i l l was established to furnish ties for the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad which was extended to Flagstaff that year. The Atlantic and P a c i f i c subsequently became the Santa F e ' s main t r a n s continental line through A r t zona. At present, timber being harvested on a sustained y i e ld basis supports an active wood products Industry. Plagued by f i r e s In Us e a r l y history, Flagstaff was destroyed In 1884 and again In 1886. By 1891, Flagstaff was made county seat of the newly formed Coconino County, but It was not until May 26, 1894 that the City was Incorporated. That same year, the w o r l d - famous Lowell Observatory was located on M a r s H i l l Inside the west city l i m i t s . Arizona State College began i t s f i r s t college session in the autumn of 1899. The College became a fully accredited Univers i t y In May 1966 and Is called Northern Arizona University, m 1908 the Coconino National Forest was created with headquarters at F l a g staff, and the f i r s t forest experimental station was established at Fort Valley, nine miles northwest of the c i t y . The Museum «? Northern Arizona was founded by D r . Harold S. Colton In 1928. The same year saw the start of the annual Southwest A l l - I n d i an Pow Wow. Organized snow sports began In 1940 at the A r i z o n a Snow Bowl on the 12,340 foot Mt. A g a s s l z , second highest of the San F r a n c i s co Peaks. Flagstaff is governed by statute. Six councllmen and the mayor are elected. Also, a c i t y manager is appointed. The Municipal A i r port, the Federal Housing Development and the P u b l i c L i b r a r y are under the c i t y administration. The police department consists of 26 uniformed men and women. The f i r e department Is manned by 28 regular men plus 17 volunteers. There Is a c i t y building code and zone r e s t r i c t i o n s. The city Is noted for its long l i s t of special events, conventions, Forest Service Camp Grounds, and areas of vacation appeal. It i s also called "The City of Seven Wonders", as noted by the following - Grand Canyon, Wupatki, Sunset Crater, Walnut Canyon, Oak Creek Canyon, Meteor Crater, and the San Francisco Peaks. STATISTICAL REVIEW ALTITUDE - 6,993 feet. A R E A - 67 square miles. CHURCHES - 4 8 . EDUCATION - 9 elementary schools, 2 secondary schools, 2 Catho l i c elementary schools and 1 college. FINANCIAL DATA - 9 banks, and 1 savings and loan. H E A L T H F A C I L I T I E S - 1 hospital with a total of 103 beds, 28 doctors and 14 dentists. POPULATION - Within the c i t y l i m i t s , 26,117; County, 48,326; State, 1,772,482. T A X RATE - $11.7936 per $100.00 of assessed valuation at 18% of market value. COMMUNICATIONS - Newspapers, 1; A r i z o n a Dally Sun located at 417 West Santa Fe It has a c i r c u l a t i on of 7,000 subscribers. Radio Stations: K A F F and KCLS and KEOS. Area Television: Channels l i s t ed are according to the channels that are available through Flagstaff TV and Cable Co. The stations are" as follows: Actual Cable Channel C a l l L e t t e r s Channel Or i g inat ing Ci t y 3 KTVK 4 KOOL 5 KPHO 6 KAET 7 KOAI 8 KTAR 9 KTTV 10 KTLA 11 KFTV Post Office - 1st c l a s s ; 11 trucks - Outgoing, 3 a i r flights and I I trucks Telegraph - Western Union Telegraph Co. Phoenix Phoenix Phoenix Tempe Flagstaff Phoenix Los Angeles Los Angeles Flagstaff Incoming service, 3 a i r flights and 3 10 5 8 2 12 11 5 11 F L A G S T A F F CITY DIRECTORY CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS A, A. U. W. M r s . James David, President 1919 North Lynn Drive, 774-4963 A L P H A DELTA K A P P A - P i Chapter M r s . Nell Folk, President 528 West Navajo Road, .774-2280 A L P H A D E L T A PI ALUMNI M r s . Frank Bradford 3716 North Grand view Lane, 774-5574 A L P H A OMICRON PI ALUMNI M r s . W i l l i am Epperson 1720 North Navajo Drive, 774-3186 A L P I N E GARDEN C L UB M r s . Charles Sechrist, President 310 East Dale Avenue, 774-2572 A M E R I C A N BUSINESS WOMEN'S ASSN. (Grand Canyon Chapter) M r s . Larry Powers, President 2918 North Tlndle, 774-5890 A M E R I C A N C A N C E R SOCIETY-COCONINO COUNTY Wendall Be Cross A r i z o n a Bank, 774-7117 A M E R I C A N CO-ORDINATING COUNCIL OF POLITICAL EDUCATION Manuel U l l b a r r l , Coconino County Chairman 3502 North A l t a V i s t a , 774-5820 A M E R I C A N F E D E R A L GOVERNMENT E M P L O Y E E S LODGE 2726 George Romero, President P. O. Box 1555 Bellemont Rural Station, 774-2010 A M E R I C A N FORESTERS (Southwest Section) (SIERRA CLUB) D r . Donald Wommack P. O. Box 4098, NAU, 523-3031 A M E R I C A N LEGION MARK A . MOORE POST #3 Caesar Cardenas P. O. Box 951, 774-7682 A M E R I C A N LEGION AUXILIARY M r s . Josephine Morales, President 715 North Humphreys, 774-3838 AMERICAN RED CROSS M r s . Henry G l c l a s , Chairman P. O. Box 1527, 774-4769 ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY (NORTHERN ARIZONA) Rob Combs, President Curator of Anthropology Museum of Northern Arizona P. O. Box 1389, 774-2433 ARIZONA ASSOCIATION O F COUNTIES H. Lyle Grant, President Graham County Court House Safford, Arizona ARIZONA AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION James Lyon NAU Campus, 774-0301 ARIZONA C A T T L E GROWERS ASSOCIATION M r . W i l l i am Davis, Executive Secretary Adams Hotel, Room 274, Phoenix M r . Ernest Chilson, Board of Director P. O. Box 870, Flagstaff, 774-4622 ARIZONA CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION (Tucson) M r s . Betty Wade, Representative 715 West Cherry, 774-0241 ARIZONA CrvTL LIBERTIES UNION (STATE) Ted Mote, Executive Secretary 822-A M i l l Avenue, Tempe Northern A r i z o n a Chapter D r . George Schurr, Chairman 336 East David, 774-8977 Legal Panel: Dick Magum, Chairman Mangum, Wall & Stoops P. O. Box 10, Flagstaff, 774-6664 ARIZONA CONSUMERS COUNCIL F L A G S T A F F C H A P T ER M r s . Ha Meadows, President 104 Campus Heights, 774-2826 ARIZONA COSMOTOLOGISTS ASSOCIATION M r s . Bernlce Wlnsor 2158 North 4th Street, 774-8067 ARIZONA FOR B I L L B O A R D CONTROL M r . W i l l i am M o r r e l l Route 1, Box 7 7 4 - E , 774-5549 ARIZONA NORTHLANDS ASSOCIATION OF CHAMBERS O F C O M M E R CE L a r r y O. N e l l l , President 205 South 7th Avenue, Page, 645-2921 ARIZONA PRESS WOMEN P a t r i c i a M c E l f r e sh 8525 East Turney, Scottsdale ARIZONA REHABILITATION ASSOCIATION B i l l Amberg, Institute of Human Development, NAU Campus Box 5630, 774-2181 ARIZONA SOCIETY O F C E R T I F I ED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS (Northern Chapter) Mr. John Pflueger 515 North Leroux, 774-7321 ARIZONA STATE FAIR ASSOCIATION Wes Statton P. O. Box 6715, Phoenix, 252-6771 ARIZONA STATE MUSIC T E A C H E RS ASSOCIATION M r s . Katheryn P o o l e r , State President 2604 LaCienega Drive, Tucson ARIZONA U . S . HWY 66 ASSOCIATION Mryon Wells '66' Motel, 774-6403 ART B A R N - F L A G S T A F F COMMUNITY ART C E N T ER V i o l a Babbitt 742 Bertrand, 774-3919 Art Barn, 774-0822 ART G A L L E R Y ASSOCIATION Jon Hopkins, Director 410 North Humphreys, 774-7214 or 523-3471 ASSOCIATED GROCERS O F ARIZONA R. G. Babbitt, Board of D i r e c t o r s , 774-8711 Headquarters: 624 South 25th A v e . , Phoenix ASSOCIATED STUDENTS O F NAU J i m McCarthy, Student Body President 1508 North Center, 774-8328 o r 523-2391 BAR ASSOCIATION (COCONINO) W i l l i am Meyers P. O. Box M , 774-6611 B E A V E R COMMUNITY PARENT C L UB David Gonzales, President M r s . Mag ana 328 Zunl Drive, 774-8349 BETA SIGMA PHI City Council M r s . Larry Steward 3434 North Steves Boulevard, 774-9311 A L P H A A L P H A C H A P T ER M r s . F. R. Fouse 1729 North Navajo, 774-8463 A L P H A SIGMA C H A P T ER M r s . Chris Neal 3314 North 4th, 774-7245 A L P H A UPSILON C H A P T ER M r s . Paul Shallenberger 1630 West Stevanna Way, 774-3839 PHI E T A C H A P T ER M r s . Charles Upton 309 West Pine, 774-7449 XI A L P H A M U C H A P T E R M r s . H. B . Warnock 1933 North Meteor Drive. 774-6429 XI UPSILON E X E M P L A R C H A P T ER M r s . John Chapman 3104 North Pine Drive, 774-5683 BIG BROTHERS Dr. John C as key 2222 East Cedar Avenue, 774-2788 BIG SISTERS O F COCONINO COUNTY Susie Walkup P. O. Box 1763, 774-4730 Joanne Tescone, 774-3127 Judy Glaze, 774-8276 BOY SCOUTS O F AMERICA Don Kimball, Scout Executive 108J North Leroux P. O. Box 8, 774-0685 W i l l i am J . Buchanan, President Box 605. 774-6270 BOY'S C L U B O F COCONINO COUNTY J i m Baylor, Executive Director 2403 North Izabell John Hughes, President 2029 North Crescent, 774-8317 BRIDGE C L UB M r s . Joseph Babbitt, S r . 742 North Bertrand, 774-3919 BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S C L UB M r s . Betty Paulsen 2612 North West, 774-7400 CANCER SOCIETY (American Cancer Society) Wendell De Cross A r i z o n a Bank Building, 774-7117 CANYON COUNTRY C L UB B i l l Johnston, Director Ralph Arnold, Manager P. O. Box 986, 774-0982 Club House, 774-9934 Office. 774-7943 CANYON COUNTRY C L U B (WOMEN) M r s . Don G a r r a r d 1300 East C i r c l e View Drive, 774-2559 C A T T L E M E N ' S ASSOCIATION (COCONINO) M r . Herb Metzger P. O. Box 700, 774-3763 CHRISTIAN BUSINESSMEN'S COMMITTEE D r . Frank Bradford, Chairman 3716 North Grandvlew, 774-5574 CIVIL AIR P A T R OL Capt. M a l c o lm Miles 3014 North Tlndle, 774-5158 Office, 774-4523 CIVIL DEFENSE (FLAGSTAFF) W i l l i am Hoist 18i West Aspen, 774-4871 CrVITAN C L UB C a r l B e l l , President 4410 North Bonner, 774-4981 COCONINO ASSOCIATION O F RACING ( C . A . R .) Ernest R. Jackson 2124 North 2nd, 774-9729 COCONINO A T H L E T I C C L UB Joe Arredondo, President P. O. Box J , 774-9000 COCONINO COMMUNITY GUIDANCE CLINIC M r . Maurice M i l l e r , Director (Marriage Counseling) 119 East Aspen, 774-3351 COCONINO COUNTY ASSOCIATION F OR RETARDED CHILDREN (Ho Zho N i School) 408 West Aspen P. O. Box 975 M r . Irvy Goossen. 774-9529 COCONINO COUNTY BOARD O F H E A L T H Dr. W. J . Austin 1355 North Beaver, 774-0601 COCONINO COUNTY BOARD O F SUPER\ BORS T l o Tachias, Chairman Coconino County Courthouse, 774-5011 COCONINO COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION Paul Weaver, Director 1801 Hereford Drive, 774-3588 COCONINO COUNTY HOMEMAKERS COUNCIL M r s . Doris Keating, President 3737 North Park, 774-9422 COCONINO COUNTY L E G A L A ID F r e d Croxen, President 121 East Aspen, 774-0653 CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS (Cont.) COCONINO COUNTY L E G A L SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION Edythe H. Sansom, President 2620 North Rose (#6), 774-9455 COCONINO COUNTY LIQUOR D E A L E RS ASSOCIATION Jack Grant 1117 West Highway 66, 774-9042 COCONINO COUNTY M E D I C A L ASSISTANTS ASSOCIATION Barbara Conley, President P . O. Box 33, 774-2200 COCONINO COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Dr. John Hlldebrand 802 West Anderson Road, 774-2758 COCONINO COUNTY M E D I C A L A U X I L I A RY M r s . Henry Poore 609 Whipple, 774-8474 COCONINO COUNTY PERSONNEL M r . J i m Smith P. O. Box 345, 774-5011, Ext 58 COCONINO COUNTY RACING COMMISSION Ray H. Stutler P. O. Box 156, 774-6681 COCONINO COUNTY R E P U B L I C A N WOMEN M r s . George Yard 411 West Juniper, 774-6278 COCONINO COUNTY SHERIFF'S S E A R C H AND RESCUE Arnold Hudson, Captain 2600 East 4th Street, 774-8500 COCONINO COUNTY SPORTSMAN C L UB D r . C a r l Shrader 715 North Beaver, 774-5997 Office, 774-7345 COIN C L U B (NORTHERN ARIZONA) Vincent Paasalacqua 2710 North Jamison Boulevard, 774-5630 COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM Jack Peters, Acting Director 117 East E l l e r y , 774-6158 (home) 113 East Phoenix, 774-0635 (office) Tony Gabaldon, President 208 West Dale, 774-6087 COMMUNITY CONCERT (FLAGSTAFF) Clarence Shaw, Acting President 908 West Meade Lane, 523-4822 COOPERATIVE NURSERY SCHOOL (FLAGSTAFF) M r s . Carolyn Crosson, President 504 North Leroux, 774-3497 COORDINATING COUNCIL O N DRUG ABUSE (CCODA) Paul Armstrong, Chairman 1355 North Beaver, 774-4482 CRISIS INTERVENTION Clint Reynolds, Coordinator Coconino County Guidance C l i n ic 774-3351 D A L E CARNEGIE COURSE M r . E l m e r Hubbard, J r . 703 West Beal, 774-6137 DAUGHTERS O F A M E R I C A N REVOLUTION M r s . Paul Black 922 North Bonner, 774-2168 DAUGHTERS O F THE NILE M r s . Betty Bachsteln 3207 North Pine Drive, 774-5261, Ext 1427 D E L T A D E L T A D E L T A ALUMNI M r s . W i l l i am Amburg 601 East David, 774-7448 DELTA K A P P A GAMMA-NORTHERN ARIZONA M r s . Ruth Cureton W i l l i a m s , Arizona, 635-2088 DELTA PSI K A P PA M r s . Henry Giclas 120 East E l m Avenue, 774-4769 DEMOCRATIC C E N T R A L COMMITTEE COCONINO COUNTY Tony Gabaldon Sechrlst School, 774-8781 208 West Dale, 774-6087 (home) F L A G S T A F F C I T Y DIRECTORY DEMOC RATIC WOMEN M r s . Fred Manning, 779-1313 M r s . Harry Mathews, President 1710 North San Francisco DE MOLAY M r . Nelson 1001 North San Francisco, 774-7981 DENTAL ASSISTANTS (NORTHERN ARIZONA) Bonnie Rlnker, President 713 North Beaver, 774-4982 DONEY P A R K COMMUNITY BUILDING ASSOCIATION M r . Dick Wright, President Route 1, Mountain View Ranches, 774-2088 DOWNTOWN BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOCIATION W. H. T r o x e l l , President Box 610, 774-6801 EAST G A T E G A R D E N C L UB M r s . Henry Parker 5 Brannen C i r c l e , 774-0343 E A S T E R S E A L SOCIETY O F COCONINO COUNTY Dr. Peter L bide man 315 West Cherry, 774-4221 EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (FLAGSTAFF) Charles Carbett 16 West Navajo Road, 774-3666 E L K S (DAUGHTERS OF) M r s . O l l l e Williams 315 South Eldon, 774-6857 E L K S LADIES ASSOCIATION OF BPOE LODGE #499 Marjorie W(throw 724 West B i r c h , 774-8535 E L K S LODGE #499 Tex Wright, Exalted Ruler P. O. Box 1032, 774-8535 EPSILON SIGMA A L P H A CHAPTERS BETA K A P P A C H A P T ER M r s . M. A. Roberts 3219 North Jamison Boulevard, 774-9142 GAMMA BETA C H A P T ER M r s . Everett S o r r e ll 2718 North Steves, 774-9662 EVENING WOMEN'S C L U B O F F L A G S T A FF M r s . Robert F r l s b le 1931 Andes Drive, 774-1363 F A C U L T Y WIVES C L U B (NAU) M r s . Dorothy Casto 427 East Cherry, 774-6944 F L A G S T A F F ASSOCIATION OF L E T T ER CARRIERS Lawrence Dimas. Acting President 4410 Bonner, 774-7721 F L A G S T A F F AUTO D E A L E R S (NORTHERN ARIZONA) Dick McDonald, General Manager 2130 North C r e sent Drive, 774-2653 F L A G S T A F F COMMUNITY A R T C E N T ER M r s . Viola Babbitt, President 742 North Bertrand, 774-3919 F L A G S T A F F COMMUNITY HOSPITAL Judge J . Thomas Brooks, President 1457 Meade Lane, 774-5011, Ext 50 F L A G S T A F F FLOWER ARRANGERS M r s . W i l l i am Borcherding 1408 North Beaver. 774-3638 F L A G S T A F F FOUR W H E E L E R S M r s . B i l l Wldman 623 West Whipple Road, 774-2398 F L A G S T A F F GRANDMOTHERS C L UB M r 8 . Arnell Leatherwood Route 2, Box 176, 774-4991 F L A G S T A F F HOME M A K E R C L UB M r s . George Chalk 3305 North Grand view Lane, 774-6589 F L A G S T A F F HOSPITAL AUXILIARY M r s . V i r g i n i a Downum 1215 North Beaver. 774-5233, Ext 233 F L A G S T A F F INKEEPERS ASSOCIATION W i l l i am C. P e r r y , Travelodge 801 West Highway 66, 774-3381 F L A G S T A F F JUNIOR WOMEN'S C L UB Betty Wade P. O. Box 794, 774-0241 F L A G S T A F F M E N T A L H E A L T H SOCIETY Dr. Norman Duley 118 West Hunt, 774-8797 F L A G S T A F F MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION Rev. Dean Koontz 123 North Beaver, 774-3603 F L A G S T A F F NURSES ASSOCIATION V a l e r i e Schubert 321 North Verde, 774-8448 F L A G S T A F F REDDY RECOMMENDED D E A L E RS Bob Bersley Babbitts Department Store, 774-8711 F L A G S T A F F R E P U B L I C A N WOMEN Barbara Loo mis 3115 North A l t a V i s t a , 774-5575 F L A G S T A F F SKI C L UB Maurice Brook 1967 Meteor Drive, 774-6348 F L A G S T A F F SUMMER F E S T I V AL D r . Gilbert Sechrist 1355 North Beaver, 774-0601 F L A G S T A F F SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION D r . W i l l i am Thompson North of Flagstaff, 774-6390 F L A G S T A F F SYMPHONY GUILD M r s . Bernard C u r ry 3213 North Patterson Boulevard, 774-9339 F L A G S T A F F WOMEN'S BOWLING ASSOCIATION Karen Rutherford, President 2009 East Cedar, 774-6816 F L A G S T A F F WOMEN'S C L UB M r s . J . H. Windsor 1719 F t . Valley Road, 779-2049 F L A G S T A F F WRITER'S CLUB M r . L. D. McVlcker 1625 Kutch Drive, 774-6214 FORTY A N D EIGHT Ben Bently Ben's T r a i l e r Sales 1614 North 1st Street, 774-8453 FOUR H C L U BS M r . W i l l i am Brechan 514 West Navajo Road, 774-2239 F R A T E R N A L ORDER O F POLICE Robert Kaecker, President Sheriff's Office, 774-4523 GAMMA PHI B E T A ALUMNI M r s . Sharon Rooker, President 3224 North Grand view, 774-0769 G E M & M I N E R A L SOCIETY (FLAGSTAFF) M r s . Jane* L i t t l e , President 391 North Bertrand, 774-7717 GEMS (GOOD E M E R G E N C Y MOTHERS INSTITUTE) M r s . Thomas Leenhouts 1726 North Kutch Drive, 774-8467 GIRL SCOUTS O F AMERICA M r s . W i l l i am Breed North of Flagstaff, 774-6886 GOODWILL INDUSTRIES James Smith, Employment Security 1301 East C i r c l e View Drive. 774-6980 GREAT BOOKS M r s . L a r r y Casto 427 East Cherry, 774-6944 G R E A T E R EAST F L A G S T A FF BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOCIATION Joe C r i s l e r , President Western Auto Supply 2219-7th Avenue, 774-0731 HEART FUND M r . Tlo Tachias 3404 North 4th Street, 774-9396 HIGHLAND HOMEMAKERS C L U B M r s . Chester Ainsworth 2016 North Navajo Drive, 774-4447 CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS (Cont.) HIGHWAY '66' ASSOCIATION M r . Myron Wells, President (State of Arizona) 66 Motel, 774-6403 HIKING C L UB J i m E l l is East Flagstaff Junior High School 774-9067 (home) HOME H E A L T H SERVICE M r s . Janice Smithlson Coconino County Health Department 774-0621, Ext 33 M r s . Cheryl Fanning 1313 East Phoenix, 774-5245 HOUSE OF HOPE REHABILITATION PROGRAM M r . & M r s . Henry A. Kllewer, Directors 502 West Cherry P. O. Box 1876 , 774-9006 (Entrance of Park Street) HUMAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE Tony Gabaldon, Chairman 208 West Dale, 774-6087 INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN D E V E L O P M E N T Dr. W i l l i am Famberg, NAU P. O. Box 5630, 523-3373 J A Y C E E S (FLAGSTAFF) Leon Ganter, President 420 South A g a s s l z , P. O. Box 481 Al Wenger 1414 Evergreen, 774-6163 JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB M r s . Betty Wade, President 715 West Cherry, 774-0241 K E Y C L UB Bob Beuerle 710 Whipple Road, 774-6326 KIWANIS C L U B (FLAGSTAFF) Dr. Author Hughes 1415 North Aztec, 523-3201 KIWANIS C L U B (MALAPAI) M r . Burt Shattuck 2017 Talkington Drive, 774-5994 KNIGHTS O F COLUMBUS Henry Dyer 2701 East Santa Fe, 774-9828 LEAGUE OF UNITED L A T I N A M E R I C AN CITIZENS O r v l l Lozano 2808 Burkhart Drive, 774-9218 L E A G U E OF WOMEN VOTERS M r s . Robert Wlldey 414 East Cherry, 774-9020 LIONS C L U B (DOWNTOWN) Al Lee Indian Dormitory, 774-4118 LIONS EVENING C L U B (EAST F L A G S T A F F) C a r r o l l O rr 425 East Mohawk Drive, 774-2816 L I T T L E LEAGUE B A S E B A LL Ken Stokes, Vice President 3345 North Steves, 774-5409 ARROYA P A R K L I T T L E LEAGUE Ronnie Vergara 208 Dupont, 774-6945 MASONIC LODGE H. B. War nock 1993 North Meteor Drive, 774-6429 MASONIC ORDER, ST. JOHNS Charles Burns 204 Woodland Drive, 774-6920 MT. VIEW WOMEN'S MISSIONARY SOCDETY (BAPTIST) M r s . Marvin Bjorklund 915 West Meade Lane, 774-7607 MURDOCK DAY CARE CORP. M r . Cesarto Diaz, President 304 South O ' L e a r y , 774-3207 Miss Minnie Rose b e r r y . Director 310 South Verde, 774-1722 N . A . A . C . P . M r . Wood r ow Craine 504 South A g a s s l z , 774-3805 F L A G S T A F F CITY DIRECTORY NATIONAL SEC R E T A RIES-PONDEROSA CHAPTER M r s . Peter A . Michael 412 West B i r c h , 774-2470 NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY 1410 North R im Drive, 774-7814 NATIVITY A L T E R SOCIETY (CATHOLIC) M r s . Frank Zanzucchl 313 North Sttgreaves, 774-4767 NAU F A C U L T Y WIVES NEWCOMERS C L UB M r s . Lawrence Casto 427 East Cherry, 774-6944 NINETY NINES M r s . Penny Carruthers Star Route 1, Ho me wood Sedona, Arizona, 282-7652 NORTHERN ARIZONA BOARD O F REALTORS Russ Faulkner, President NARICO 10 East Santa Fe, 774-4579 NORTHERN ARIZONA C O L L I E FANCIERS Richard H i l l man 115 East Cedar, 774-2417 NORTHERN ARIZONA D E N T A L ASSISTANTS Bonnie Rinker Box 967, 774-4982 NORTHERN ARIZONA D E N T A L ASSOCIATION Dr. Mtsenhiemer, 445-3181 Great Western Bank Building, Prescott NORTHERN ARIZONA HORSEMEN'S ASSN. Duane A l l en Yellow Freight P. O. Box 583, 774-2033, (home) 774-9001 (office) NORTHERN ARIZONA INDEPENDENT INSURANCE AGENTS Robert Spackeen 115 West B i r c h , 774-7176 NORTHERN ARIZONA PIONEER HISTORICAL SOCIETY M r . Harry Metzger P. O. Box 1968 774-3763 (home), 774-6272 (office) NORTHERN ARIZONA SOARING ASSOCIATION Myron Wells 2100 East Santa Fe, 774-6403 NORTHERN ARIZONA T H E A T R E GUILD Ruth A r d r e y , 774-2530 Doris White, 774-8061 NORTHERN B E L L ES L i z Hesketh 437 Campus Heights, NAU Box 1763, 774-9006 NORTHERN PERSONNEL & GUIDANCE ASSN. M r . James Gater, President c/o Prescott High School NORTHLAND MOBILE P A R K ASSOCIATION Wes Campbell 753 Zunl, 774-3114 ODDFELLOWS LODGE E a r l Thorpe, President 1603 West Street, 774-2041 OPTIMIST CLUB Paul Shallenberger 1630 West Stevanna Way, 774-3839 ORDER O F DEMOLAY (SAN FRANCISCO PEAKS) Charles Welch 1008 East Santa Fe, 774-7356 ORDER O F DEMOLAY (MOTHERS CLUB) Mr8. Bob Henderson Route 1, Box 878, 779-1214 ORDER O F E A S T E R N STAR Jean Scheele 423 West Santa Fe, 774-3161 Betsy Ann Suter 3122 Monte V i s t a D r i v e , 774-7514 PARENTS WITHOUT PARTNERS NORTHERN ARIZONA C H A P T ER J . D. P i l l a r , President C i r c l e K 774-6461 (Store) 774-0106 (Home) Marge With row 774-5261, Ext. 1416 15 P. E . O. C H A P T E R A. T. M r s . LaVerne Pitcher 2012 Crescent Drive, 774-7973 C H A P T E R G. M r s . C. F. Cesar 1015 East H l l l c r e s t D r i v e , 774-0779 P . T . A . MARSHALL SCHOOL M r s . L a r r y Loven 110 West Forest, 774-8857 SECHRIST SCHOOL M r . Alex Lindsay 1409 West Louise Way, 774-4145 PAST MATRONS (EASTERN STAR) Mary O'Hara 135 West Juniper, 774-3031 PHI SIGMA A L P HA ARIZONA UPSILON C H A P T ER M r s . John Simpson 2127 North Talkington Drive, 774-6096 BETA DELTA C H A P T ER M r s . Buck Brown 385 North Bertrand, 774-0102 PIOLOT C L UB Elizabeth Hughey, President 3412 Way man, 774-6458 P L A Z A SHOPPING ASSOCIATION A r t Beasley Bayless, 774-2101 RAYMOND EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION D r . M . G. Fronske, President 923 North San F r a n c i s c o , 774-3469 " R E H A B " REHABILITATION SERVICE W i l l i am Amberg 601 East David Drive, 774-7448 ROTARY C L U B (FLAGSTAFF) Dr. Gordon F. Foster 1365 West Meade Lane, 774-4468 ROTARY C L U B (EAST) Ken Harkey, President 2713 East Lockett Road, 774-9180 SALVATION A R MY Captain John W. C u r ry 2229 East Cedar P. O. Box 1972, 774-5470 o r 774-5868 SALVATION A R M Y AUXILIARY Bonnie Brathvode, President 519 James Street, 774-0149 SENIOR CITIZENS (ROCKETEERS) M r s . P h y l l i s Manning Route 1, Box 876 , 779-1313 SERVICE MOTHERS C L U B (REBEKAHS) Nellie Christen sen 528 West Beal, 774-6990 S H E R I F F ' S POSSEE - F L A G S T A FF E r v i n Boren 917 West Mead Lane, 774-0700 SHRINE C L U B (COCONINO) Don Wilson 498 West Phllomena Drive, 774-6559 SIGMA XI (NAU) D r . James Wick NAU Box 5640, 523-3538 SKI C L U B (FLAGSTAFF) Maurice Brock 1967 Meteor, 774-6348 SOROPTOMIST C L UB M r s . Roxlne P h i l l i p pl P . O. Box 1389, 774-3622 SOROPTOMIST C L U B (EAST) Catherine Conway 2025 North 4th Street, 774-5005 SQUARE DANCE C L U B (MOUNTAINEERS) M r s . Opel Weidner 805 North Leroux, 774-4719 TOPS M r s . Nancy Brink man 2518 East M i l l e r . 774-9544 TOASTMtSTRESS C L U B (KACHINA DOLLS) M r s . Gerald Oothoudt C y c l e r y Walnut Canyon, 774-5512 16 C L U B S & ORGANIZATIONS (Cont.) T O W N J A C K S Elton T u r n er Valley National Bank 1709 North San F r a n c i s c o , 774-3921 WEIGHT W A T C H E RS Betsy Regan 1107 North Navajo Drive, 774-6528 W E L C O M E S E R V I CE F a b r i t z Newcomer Welcoming Service M r s . Pat Fabritz Route 2, Box 941, 774-8154 F L A G S T A F F C I T Y D I R E C T O RY W O M E N O F E P I P H A NY Dura Majewskl 384 North Bertrand, 774-3123 WOMEN'S C O U N C I L O F T H E FIRST CHRISTIAN C H U R CH Loretta Shrader, President 703 Blackbird Roost (#24), 774-8281 WOODMEN O F T H E WORLD Frank M . Lucero 218 East Cottage Avenue, 774-3525 o r 774-2231 YOUNG AMERICANS FOR F R E E TOM M r . Bradley Lynn, Police Science Department NAU Box 5802, 523-3411 YOUNG R E P U B L I C A NS Ken Lincoln South of Flagstaff 774-4076 (home) 774-0666 (office) Resting on the Veranda of the Ski Lift Lodge at A r i z o n a Snow Bowl, Mt. Agassiz on the Coconino National Forest. 17 FLAGSTAFF ARIZONA Classified Business Directory A c c o u n t a n t s - A p a r t m e n t s 18 F L A G S T A F F . A R 1 S O NA ACCOUNTANTS M c M a h o n J e s s e 305 N S a n F r a n c i s c o 774-6102 Miller K Noel 13 N San Francisco 774-25314 A C C O U N T A N T S - C E R T I F I E D PUBLIC B i r o J a c k H 13 N S a n F r a n c i s c o S u i t e #103 779-1241 Choi Anthony 2304* N 4th St 774-9012A Foote William N 705 N Beaver 774-71814 Frost Kenneth M 705 N Beaver 774-71814 G a r d n e r L a r r y D 21 W C o l u m b us 779-1221 L i t z l e r & G a r d n e r 21 W C o l u m b us 779-1221 L i t z l e r S a m u e l J 21 W C o l u m b us 779-1221 P a p p a s L S a m u e l 519 N L e r o u x 774-7321 P f l u e g e r J o h n S 519 N L e r o u x . .774-7321 P f l u e g e r , R a g l e , & P a p p a s 519 N L e r o u x 774-7321 R a g l e K e n n e t h E 519 N L e r o u x 774-7321 Wilson Marga L 121 E Birch Av 774-7321A A C R E A G E S ARIZONA REALTY CO 523 N BEAVER... 774-6686 ADDING MACHINES ASPEN OFFICE SUPPLIES 13 E ASPEN AV 774-5247 ADDING MACHINES & C A L C U L A T O R S P B S W OFFICE & SCHOOL PRODUCTS CO 117 N BEAVER 774-6607 A D J U S T E R S - I N S U R A N CE ARIZONA ADJUSTMENT AGENCY 216 W BIRCH AV