THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE
Thursday, July 11, 1940
Walter Schultz, one of the early settlers of Flagler County, died at his home near Bunnell Sunday night at the age of 79, after a short illness. .
Surviving are his wife Dorothy; four daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Rasmussen of .Daytona Beach; Mrs. Julia Short, of Cincinnati, Ohio; Mrs. Elizabeth Fish of Wisconsin; and Mrs. Eva Burnsed of Bunnell. Also five sons, Eddie Schultz of Bunnell; George of Daytona Beach; Sidney of Racine, Wisconsin; Adam of Washington State; and Louis of Idaho.
Funeral arrangements were in charge of McCabe Funeral Homes of St. Augustine.
Mr. Schultz was a member of the Catholic Church, .and funeral services were held from the Cathedral in St. Augustine. Burial was made in the Catholic cemetery there.
Mr. Schultz was born in Lithunia, but spent most of his life in the United States. He came to Flagler County from Racine, Wisconsin 30 years ago.
Pallbearers were D. D. Moody, P. H. Frier, M.B. Fuller, Lee Blakely, R. R. Burgess and Clyde Lewis