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VOLUME IX PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1946 NUMBER 50
Pasture Research Qualifies Acreage Under Florida Tree Fardn-rogram V. F. W. Post Is Saints Admitted
Work Well Under Organized Here Amateur Champs
Way In County Named in Honor of Howard Taun- Of N. W Florida
ton Who Gave His Life In
White States Acreage Planted This World War II Lloyd Shuts Out Marianna In Third
Year Will Get Into Grazing Tilt In Spite of Imported
Trials Next Year At--a general meeting held last Dthan Players ,
*veek at the Centennial Auditorium
The Experiment Station Mobile a local post of the Veterans of Defeating the Marianna TrI-
Ulnit No. 4, with headquarters at foreign Wars of the United States Coanty League champions team
Wewahitchka, under the direction svas organized under the direction 2-0 Thursday of last week at the
of Jake White, associate agrono- v of D. R. Dennis of Kansas City, Jackson county city, the Port St.
nnist, is as pimarily devoting r- .".Pd,'/ td .p od n Mo., national ViW field represen- Joe Saints baseball nine, winners
search efforts to-pasture woric. o. otative. of the Gulf Coast League pen-
anstead of leasing land for re- a c Dennis outlined, the activities of nant, added another star to their
search areas, the station acquires the organization and assisted in crown by being named the mrythx-
use of land from the farmers on a Aormation of the local post, which cal Northwest Florida Amatear
co-operative basis for the length or stated off with a membership of Baseball Champions.
time needed', the farmers providing 2. The following otlficers were In spite of the fact that the
certain essentials, fences, etc. ..d tamied at .the meeting: Mariannans, il a desperate attempt
Int order for hMr. White to get a 'ctol Keinneth A. Creech. commander, to C.;efeat the Saints, imported at
fair. sample of different soils to it Roy Evans, senior vice-commander; considerable expense from the Do-
work on, getting variety and all H .t tRoy Gaskin, junior vice-command- than, Ala., professional baseball
types, his work is necesasrily scat- er; John Simpson, quartermaster! team Hu(son, a lefthand mounds-
tered over quite a large arlea.1He s District Forester R. A. iBonninghausen (left) and W. Gi Hardy of Ronald Brough, post adjutant; man, and Carter a right-hander, to
tered oveprquitesa large area. 1iRalph Nante, post chaplain; Chas. 1oh0o down the mound) in the tit,
guided on placements ;by the .type Overstreetshown on the acreage certified under the tree farm system. Ralph Nanfe, post chaplain; Chas. hold down the mound in thetilt,
of soil and not necessarily the e. -e A. Peacock, post surgeon; Nelson not to mention Martin, catcher and
tilityn At the meeting of the Port St. launched the program in the state. Gardner, three-year- trustee; Joe manager of the Dothan team, little
lty.e ha/ s begun with plot work o Joe Rotary Club Thursday of lastIt is to encourage the continuous Daniels, two-year trustee; Charles could be done against the sluggfug
e nteg, it pleo 5 sil week, Basil E. Kenney presented production of forest dorps which Scott, one-year trustee. A number of the Saints' heavy hitters and
feeding rates, varieties, fertilizer W. G. Hardy of Overtst eet with a will stabilize forest land owner- of other offices are yet to be filled, the tricky hurling of Murray Lloyd
treatments, liming effects, seed in- tree farm certificate, the first in ship, forest industries andl emi- The post will meet the second with his underarm pitch. Perhaps
oculation, time of planting, land Gulf county. Mr. Hardy was pre- ployinent in the state. and fourth Wednesdays of each. the Saints should have been Im-
preparation, adaptability of plants seated the certificate due to the Mr. Hardy first became inter- month at S p. m. in the Centennial pressed with the array of profes-
to the section of the country, m ats-
fact that Ihe has qualified 4,65 acres tested in reforestation in 1932 after Auditorium, and at the second sional talent pitted against them
ture conditions and drainage, of timber land under the Florina transplanting wild seedlings with meeting of the organization helr (-Hdson has been bought by the
Coanbiations of legumes a a tree farm system program spoan- considerable success. He also be- last Wednesday night it was unani- St. Louis Cardinals), but they came
asses, espedeza, carpet soed by the Florida State Chain- gan his fire protection in 1932. In ously voted to name the post the through again, chalking up 10 hits
dallas -grass ,and bahlia grass have her of Commerce and the Florida 1938 lie entered into a co-operative Howard C. Taunton Post No. 8197 against 3 for Marianna.
been worked, along with others., Forest Service. fire control agreement with the i honor of Lieut. Taunton who lost Everything was cyon-Stephen up
The white Dutch and crimson cloy- District Forester D. A. Bonning- Florida Forest Service. his life while serving overseas in I until the sixth frame when Dallas
ers show promise here. The station hausen cortifiedi Harddys timber After beginning his transplants the recent war. Weks singled with one out, Max-
only has some indications now, and lands, whose certificatdow, brings in 1932, Hardy planted 10 to 20 Conimander Crech ,,at, ys- welL (brought in from Apalacinol.
White reports next sring he the total to 79,412 acres in Florida thousand slash pine in 1934 and terdiay that he is very anxious to to catch) sacrificed,.liut sfo-- plmay
hopes to have some results. Some under the tree farmin sys"teni. Hardy each year thereafter. He now has see every veteran in this section was made at second, catching Dal-
work is being carried on with blue, has completed, his first year of tur- 200 acres of excellent plantations. with overseas service become a i1s for the second out. W. J. "Fish'
lupines in this area this fall. pentinin.g with the bark chipping Participation in the Florida tree mlenber of the post, and that the Herring socked out a long line
Jake says that the acres planted method and acid stimulation. farm program is open to any Flor- roster is open to them. He likewise drive for a double over the left-
to grasses and clover this year will Florida joined the nation-wide ida la downer who can qualify his extended an invitation to these (Continued on Page 2)
(Continued on page 5) system 'of tree farms on June 16 acreage in the program with the men and women to attend meet- -Mr
when Governor Millard, Caldwell Floorid,a Forest Service. ings of the post. Dan Brooks Takes Over
Survivors of Veterans -o*.
Benefit Under Clauses Saunders Speaker At *: On-the-Job Training Plumbing Establishment
Of Social Security Act Stuart Rotary Meeting We Hate To Do It- Program In Agriculture c an B-ooks, owner of Brooks
SnBut It's Necessary Is Offered Veterans I Sporting Goods Store, Wednesdiay
Hary N. Scott, manager of thle Harry Saunders, production mall- purchased thie stock, fixtures an,
Social Security Administration 01o- ager of the St. Joe Paper Company Beginning next week and con- Bill inton. conty service ood willoflex LeGrone's plumoe
mill, was guest speaker Wednesday 'Bill Linton. county service or- ing establishment and has moved
rice, Dothisan, Ala., whose office of last week t the meeting of the tnuing every two weeks until we ficer, states that a program is now the stock and equipment to his lo-
services this area, was in Port St. Joe aasy Thweseays 200 the s----go
e erday and stated that re Stuart Rotary Club. He told the drop approximately 200 sub- eing worked up whereby Gull ,ation in tl t Costin Building on
Joe yesterday and stated that re- scribers there will be a number
eae t eastcoast Rotarians how the pa- county Worhld Var 11 veterans may Monument Avenue
cent amendments to the social se- e o R tr t e -of names removed from the mai M-rv Wa n d su -vision o hen queried as to whether he
curity act provide benefits to sur- per company uses $3,500,000 wortl ing list of The Star. This is neces- receivetraining and supervision on When queried as to whether he
vivors of all honorably discharged of Florida pulpwood each year in sary i f Tweh.re to continue issn ariing and agriculture program will continue te the phi
scary if we ore to continue issu- andireceivensubsis-tence allowance ing business, Dan said lie wasn't
veterans of World War II. 'Under tile manufacturers of paper liner- ing eight pages weekly, due to 1a1 retesae t susistence allowance so ew
the new amendment survivors of board andi corrugated board, and at the same rate as thilose attending quite sure yet--meis bbe so, mebbe
a cthe new amendment snevivors of i, a the present newsprint situation.
all World War II veterans who die also discussed the past, present We have on our first list 52 hool or on on-the-job training not. We have a sneaking suspicion
within three years after discharge future of the paper-making i names, so if you have received programs ahe's going to make Dan'l III into
may be entitled to benefits, Sott dustry in Florida, Georgia and Al- subscription notice within the this prAll local veterans should cnteresact Bill a plumber
said. past two weeks and have not re-aama
This legislation makes payments Uging fire prevention in the pastwed, don't beks and hav e not re- with reference to obtaining their Meet After 15 Years
to qualified survivors, regardless forests, one of the state's most val- newned, don't be at all surprise eligibility and, otherwise quality Mr. and Mrs. J. Kelly Simmons
of whether the veteran had ever able natural resources, Saunders Star next week. ing. The certificate of eligibility and daughter Dorothy of Washing-
worked in employment under the evoked laughs from his audience and entitlement necessary is the:ton, D. C., and J. M. Simmons ana
social security act, and' claims may by quoting his favorite mottlf, that 4 $ $ = '4 4 4 4 4 V 4. same as tile one used for eduea- sons, John and, Joseph, of Atlanta,
be reopened on veterans who died of an Iowa school lad: "This is tional purposes and on-the-job Ga., visited here this weekly with
prior to the amendment, Scott God's country. Don't burn it up and VA Representative Here. Friday training programs. Mr. and Mrs. Asa G. Montgomery,
added. niake it look like hell." Due to the fact that thle local so- Linton announces that his office ,Kelly Simmons is Mrs. Montgom-
He urged all survivors of any elective service office will be closecy is now located, in the city hall, an very's brother and it has been fif-
World War II veteran who after Visit In Tennessee next Thursday, the contact repre- that services are available there teen years since they had seen one
serving 90 days or more and was Mrs. J. T. McNeill and sonl Jim- sentative from the Veterans Aa- Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. another. A happy reunion.
honorably discharged and' has died mie, Miss Betty Jo Lane of this ministration will be in Port St. Joe Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satar-;
since September 10, 1940, to im- city and Mrs. Sue Hinckley of Alp- next Friday afternoon, September dhlays he. is located in the city hall Ralph Silva Discharged
wediately contact his office b-, alachicola spent several days last 20. at Wewahitchka. Ralph Silva has received his dis-
that no payments will be lost to week in Knoxville, Tenn. --charg e fo-mi the navy and visited
them, ---- Have Guests From Georgia Home From Vacation here last week with Tomn Parker
A representative of the Social Returns Home After Visit Here Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parker have Mrs. W. M. Upshaw returned Jr., G. WV. Parrish Jr., and Ellis
Security Administration office Is Mrs. J. S. Barber returned to her as their guests this week Mr. and here Wednesday after a vacation Stevens. Hle has returned to Pen-
in Port St. Joe, at the city hall, on home in Bainbridge, Ga., last week Mrs. W. T. Oliver and son Ralpa of four months spent with her' sacola where he will make his
the second Thursday of each monto after spending three weeks here as and Mrs. J. S. Oliver, all from daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.h' ome with his sister, Mrs. R. N.
from 9:30 to 11 a. m. to assist T'ne guest o'f Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Thomasvillk, Ga. Jonny Todd in Mississippi. and Richards.
-elaimants. I Hurlbut. I -- other relatives in Tennessee.
I------4--- Visitors From Blountstown ...... -- Spending Week On Lakes
To Enter Junior College Spend Week-end In Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Oris Miller ofr Tom Smith Discharged i Spending a week on tlh famous
Mrs. Watson Smith and daughter Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Hurlbut and Blountstown visited here Sunday, --Thomas Smith has recently re-- Dead Lakes fishing are Mrs. S.. C.
Margie expect to leave today for son Kenneth spent the' Labor Day' with Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dendy ceived his discharge from the army Pridfgeon and Miss Edna Davis of
Marion. Va., where Margie will en- week-end with Dr. and. Mrs., C. 1. and their new son, and with Mrs. and is home with his parents, Mr. White (City and Mrs. Earl Pridgeon
ter junior college. Hutimbut in Orlando. E. B. Deadly. and Mrs. C. R. Smith. of Wewahitchka.
PAi W H TR OTS. OGL ONY LRD FIASPEBR1,14
Now that the St. Joe Saints ball
team has cleaned up everything in
sight and have been unofficially
proclaimed the mythical amateur
champions of Northwest Florida,
we can come right out and claim
the credit for them being champs.
Remember 'way back at
the opening of the season? The
team really had no official name-
we called it just "St. Joe" and the
Panama City News-Herald referred
to the local aggregation as "The
St. Joe Sharks." Under these vari-
ous aliases the local boys lost three
tilts and won three, so we put our
massive brain to work to figure out
an appropriate handle for them.
Remembering the history of old St.
Joseph we published in The' Star a
couple of times, we recalled that
when the settlers that established
the old town left Apalachicola they
called themsleves the Saints. So,
s- aez we, we're gonna call our local
team the Saints. And we did.
. And lo, and behold, soon the
Panama City News-Herald dropped
Sharks and started using Saints,
the Apalachicola Times, the Gulf
-County Breeze and the Blountstown
Record. followed suit and ,so
the Saints were born. We
contend that had the team con-
tinued to play under the name o01
the St. Joe Sharks they would not
have gotten as far as they did-look
gt the Carrabelle Mullets, bearing
This is to notify that the Regis-
tration Books for Gulf County are
now open in the office of the Su-
pervisor of Registration at the
Courthouse in Wewahitchka, Flor-
ida, to register those who did not
register for the primary. If you
wish to vote in the General Elec-
tion you will have to register.
C. G. RISH,
iSupervisor of Registration,
9-13 27 Gulf County, Fla.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR AMENDMENT
OF LETTERS PATENT
Notice Is Hereby Given that
-Florida Bank at Port St. Joe, a
banking corporation, will apply to
Honorable Millarde Caldwell, Gov-
ernor of the State of Florida, at
his office in the' State Capitol, In
the City of Tallahassee, Florida,
on the Z4ith day of September, A.
D. 19146, for Letters Patent cover-
ing the following amendment to its
charter adopted by the stock-
holders of said bank at a meeting
held at its banking quarters in
Port St. Joe, Florida, on August 23,
1946, in accordance with Notice ot
Special Meeting of the stockholtr-
ers given 'by the President of said
bank, under authority of the Board
of Directors, by mailing the usual
notice to each said stockholo'ei
and, further, by publishing a copy
of said notice in The Star, a news-
paper of general circulation in
Gulf Countj, Florida, once a we'e3k
for four consecutive weeks prior to
the date of said meeting, at whicli
meeting more than three-quarters
of the outstanding capital stock of
said' bank were represented either
in person or 'by proxy and voted
unanimously, that is, by a vote of
more than three-fourths of all its
stock, to amend Article III of said
charter by reducing the par value
of the capital stock of said bank
from the sum of One Hund'red Dol-
lars ($100.00) to the sum of
Twenty-five Dollars ($2,5.00) per
The solutionn adopted by the
stock' .ii'ers is as follows:
BE IT RESOLVED by the
stock i.olders of this Bank that
Article III of-the present char-
ter of this Bank be amended,
so that in lieu of its present
lao.giage, said Article shall read
The amount of the capital
stock of said corporation shall
be Twenty-five Thousand Dol-
lars ($25,000.00), which may
be increased from time &o time,
according o law, to be divided
into s'0 -haols of the par value
of Twenty-five Dollars (25.00)
each, a surplus of Five Thou-
sand Dollars, and a stockhold-
ers reserve fund deposit of
Dollars, all to
'be paid in cash.
Florida Bank at Port St. Joe
(SEAL) Port St. Joe, Florida.
By S. L. BARKE,
Attest: H. H. SAUNTERS,
Dated this 12th day of
September, 1946. It
(Continued from page 1)
fielder, Maxwell sprinting -home
from first for the first score of the
In the seventh Lloyd singled with
one away; Johnny Lane dropped a
high fly to left for the second, out,
Alton Dendy drove a liner into
right, field for a base hit, and
Lloyd, calling on the jackrabbit in
him, crossed the plate for tally
The Saints came right back in
the eighth and almost scored again.
Leonard Belin, first up, lilt a tre-
mendous drive, to left for three
bases, but he failed to touch sec-
ond and was called out. Weeks
took a walk; Maxwell struck out;
Herring singled to center, sending
Weeks to second; Frank Hannon
singled to right, and Weeks was
called out on a close play at the
plate to retire the side. Neither
team scored in the ninth.
All in all, it was quite a ball
game, andi much credit is due Lloyd
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 194&
a fishy name and' losing 30 straight
games. On the other hand, when
we found the local lads with but
a .500 average, having won three
and lost three, we done away with
"Sharks," elevating them from tne
depths of the ocean to high heaven
by hanging "Saints" on them
andl did we get results? Well, you
can see for yourself twenty-.
two straight wins! But all
kidding aside, our 'boys have done
a grand, job, and while we've only
been in St. Joe nine years, we un-
derstand from some, of the old-
timers that the town has had some
really good teams in the past, but
none to compare with this 1946
version. ... Our hats are off to
"em-they showed what real team-
work and hard practice can do, and,
as far as we know, there, was nary
a squabble among members of the
team It was "one for all and
all for one." Might be a good
idea for theta high school to pick up
"Saints" for the basketball and
In the write-up of the Margie
Kirkland-Owen Moore wedding on
page seven our correspondent re-
ferred to "Mr. Fred Maddox" giv-
ing the bride away. Undoubtedly
Fred could "give, away" 'most any-
bod'y in town, but if we had re-
ferred to him as "Mr." in the write-
up he would have been in here to-
day sardonically asking: "Smitty,
whoinell is this MR. Fred Maddox
you're referring to? Allmy life I've
be.n called 'Fred'-and a lot ef
other names I can't repeat, and it'll
be Fred until I die." And so
we blue-penciled the "Mr." .
Anyway, with the mug that Fred
has, he shouldn't be entitled, to be
called "Mr." . And Fred
has told us out of his own mouth
that he's the homeliest man in- the
whole United Snakes.
Dan Brooks, Jr., called us up
last week after we had put the pa-
per to bed and wanted to put in
the birth announcement of his son,
but we assured him it was already
in print, except the name. So he
told as i 'was ian'l-Three-Eye. We
collected our cigar Friday, and dis-
covered that he wasn't even buy-
ing 'em that several of his
friends were giving HIM cigars be-
cause he'd finally brought forth a
son-he, had two daughters.
Don't know who's the proudest
of that new son-Mr. and Mrs. Al-
ton Dendy, thel parents, or Mrs. E.
B. Dendy, the grandmother. Any-
way, Alton is carrying a box of
good cigars around in his car, so
if you. happen to bump into him,
ask him for a stogie-they won't
kill you, we've smoked one and are
still able to write this.
Notice that new Ford Mr. and
Mrs. Ferrell Allen are driving
about town? Don't know how they
rate it, but we did notice that the
paint job just matches Honey's
nail polish and lipstick. Bet
Ferrell didn't even have a say-so
in choosing the, color. Jest
can't git around these women!
who walked only one man and al-
lowed but three scattered hits. Dur-
ing the course of the game only
five men reached first, two men
advanced to second and not a one
got to third,
Score by innings: R H E
Port St. Joe&_, 000 001 100-2 10 1
Marianna 000 000 000-2 3 2
Port St. Joe: Lloyd and Maxwell.
Marianna: Hnd)son, Carter an d
Port St. Joe: AB R H PO A E
Lane, ss --------2 0 1 4 4 1
Dendy, 2b ------. 0 1 0 3 0
Mitchell, 3,b -- 5 0 0 1, 2 0
Belin, lb ------ 4 0 2 12' 0 0
Weeks, rf ---- 3 0 1 2 0 0
Maxwell, c -- 3 1 0 0 1 0
Herring, If -.----- .4 0 2 4 0 0
Hannon, of ---4 0 2 4 0 0
Lloyd,p----- ......--- 4 1 1 0 3 0
BOY SCOUT NEWS
Attendance at the meeting last
Monday was very poor on account,
of the rain, but the boys who were
present passed on the word that
the board of review would be held
the following Tuesday.
Appearing before the board of
review as second class Scouts were
.Paul E. Ramsey, Jimmy Philyaw,
Donald. Parker, Earl McCormick
and Gene Chism. Up for first class
was Emory Cason. Boys up for
merit badges were Randall Brady,
life saving, and Jack Williams,
handcraft. The, committee was com-
posed of Floyd' Hunt, M. P. Tom-
linson and C. G. Costin.
All boys 12 years of age or over
who are interested in Scouting are
invited to be at .the Scout house
at 7:30 p. m. every Monday.
Spends Week-end In Tallahassee
iMiss Carolyn Smith visited, Ix:
Tallahassee over the week-end.
"I LOST 52 Lbs.!
WEAR SIZE 14 AGAIN"
MRS. C. 9. WELLS, FT. WORTH
As PFctund Han+ |
you may lose pounds and have a
more slender. graceful figure. No
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Eat meat, potatoes, ravy, butter.
The experience of Mra. We-s may
or may not be different than yours,
but why not try the AYDS Vitamin
Candy Plan? Look at these result.
In clinical tests conducted by | .
medical doctors more than 100 |
persons lost 14 to 15 pounds |
average In a few weeks with
Sthe AYDS Vitamin Candy j
Reducing Plan.. |
With this Ayds Plan you don't cut
out any meals, starches, potatoes,
meats or butter, you simply cut them
down. It's simple and easier when
you enjoy delicious (vitamin forti-
flied) AYDS before each meal. Abso-
lutely harmless. 30 days supply of
Ayd only $2.25. If not delighted with reaultic
ONEY BACK on the very first box.
Phone 27 CARVER DRUG CO.
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
ORI- ,SPEBR1,14 H TR OTST OGL OWW LRD IG HE
MINUTES OF CITY COMMISSION
i Minutes of special meeting After consideration of proposal
of City Commission of the from St. Joe Motor Company for
City of Port St. Joe held in trade of present car Commissioner
'City Hall on 26th day of Au- Minus offered Resolution No. 139
gust, 1946, at 12:00 noon. as follows:
Special meeting of the commis- RESOLUTION NO. 139
slan was held at this time by mu- Whereas, it is necessary to pur-
tual consent of the commission fo chase patrol car for use, by the po-
purpose of considering purchase of lice of this city in carrying on
car for police use. Upon call of the their daily duties, said car to re-
roll the following answered pres- palce presentvehicle which is not
ent: Mayor-Commissioner Soule, mechanically safe for this use,
Commissioners Chestnut, Conklin, and,
Minus'and Sharit. Clerk Tomlinson Whereas, the St. Joe Motor Comn-
was, also present. pany is only firm offering to sell
GROW 'EM BIG and STRONG
I i .-7
it'll Pay in Meat, Milk and Eggs!
Mm Um n Un n mm mWU mmu U .
, :PURINA COW CHOW
Feed a proven dairy feed built to help
keep cows in condition for capacity,
production_and long milking life.1J
Rilse GOOD CALVES
One bag of Calf Starteno replaces
40 gallons of milk, and grows big, 1i
0. vigorous, thrifty calves. Saves time, tw.
labor, and money.r
.Start 'em with STARTENA ,
For Full-Flavor Chicken, Feed
SFor money-makig broilers, depend on BROILER
O Broiler Chow. High livability, quick CHOW
growth, cheap gains, delicious flavor.
START CHICKS Right
CHI, For quick growth, high livability,
depend on America's favorite
chick starter. Two pounds per
chick is all you need.
Call for PURINA STARTENA
SWater Tca kt
Only poultry water
tablet with 3-way
action. Germ l']zer,
bowel asfrinQenti, j-n-
LELPS GEI BIRDS BACK IN
.. thoroughly tested to give
satisfactory results when
used as directed. Purina Fly
Spray for the home can be also PAINT TH
used as a space spray; also -4 "ST PINT THE ROOSTS
on walls, molding, screens, to lice
and other surfaces where 16111 ice
insects light. Stainless, vola- with
tile, effective-has many es- .o
xential uses. ROOST PAINT
I'RIMA SPRAYS WILL DO THE JOE
g' ; PORT ST. JOE FLORIDA ^ P fiO
Attending Campmeeting Guests From Delaware;
Rev. and Mrs. Alton McKeithen, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Btewton have
George Parrish, Jr., and Harry as their guests, this week Mrs.
Brewton left Sunday for Louisville, Brewton's brother and nephew, Lee
Ky:, to attend campmeeting for a Smith and son Gerald of Wilming-
week. ton, Dek l
suitable vehicle for this purpose,
Whereas, the financial condition
of the city demands that this car
be purchased with payment de-
ferred for a period- of 90 days.
Now, Therefore, 'Be it resolved
by the City Commission of the
City of Port St. Joe:
1. Offer from St. Joe Motor
Company for sale of car be ac-
cepted as follows:
Purchase price new car $1,196.65
Less allowance on Ford
(Fordlor Sedan ------- 400.00
Net cost ----------796.65
2. The Mayor and City Auditor
and Clerk are authorized and in-
structed to execute promissory
note due 90 days from date with
interest at 8 per cent per annum
in amount of $796.65 in payment
of net cost of this vehicle.
Adopted this, 26th day of August,
A. D. 1946.
S/ HORACE W. SOULE,
S/ AGNES W. MINUS,
B. B. OONKLIN,
J. L. SHARIT,
J. R. CHESTNUT,
S/ M. P. TOMILINSON,
City Auditor and Clerk.
and moved its adoption. Upon call
of roll in adoption of Resolution
No. 139 the vote was: Ayes, 5.
Minutes of regular meeting
of City Commission of the
City of Port St. Joe held in
City Hall on 3rd day of Sep-
tember, 1946, at 8:00 p. m.
Regular meeting of the, commis-
sion was held at this time with
Mayor Commissioner Soule, Com-
missioners Chestnut, Conklin, Mi-
nus, Attorney Lewis and Clerk
Minutes of p.-evious meetiirg.
except August 26th were read an3
Thereupon Commissioner Chest-
nut called for consideration of Or-
dinance No. 130X and moved that
it be read a second time by title
only, which motion was duly adopt-
ed and' Ordinance No. 130X was
read a second time by its title only.
Thereupon Commissioner Chest-
nut moved that Ordinance No. 130X
be read a third) time in full and
placed on final passage, which mo-
tion was duly adopted and Ordin-
ance No. 130X was read a third
time in full.
Thereupon Mayor Commissioner
Soule announced that Ordinance
No. 130X has, been read its third
time in full and is now on final
passage. Upon call of roll on final
passage of Ordinance No. 1,30X the
vote was: Ayes, Commissioners
Chestnut, Conklin, Minus and May-
o.r-Oommissioner Soule. Nays: none.
Thereupon Mayor Commissioner
Soule announced Ordinance No.
130X has been adopted and en-
acted, and the clerk was instructed
to have it recorded, in Ordinance
Record Book immediately.
Commissioner Chestnut called
attention o'f commission to use ot
police car by officers for private
purposes, whereupon Commissioner
Conklin moved the police car at no
time .be allowed outside bounds of
city except when in pursuit of duty
or with permission of police com-
missioner, and if so used user to
be suspended for 30 days. After un-
favorable discussion this motion
was withdrawn. Commissioner Mi-
nus moved all police, garbage and
water and sewer vehicles not leave
city limits except while on official
business or with permit from comt
missioner in charge of department.
Upon call of roll on adoption or
this motion the. vote was: Ayes, 3.
Mayor Soule instructed the po-
lice to be on Long Avenue near
school during opening and closing
hours and prosecute speed viola-
There being no further business
the commission adjourned.
Almost a quart of water is se-
creted by the nose every 24 hours.
"Tips From Across Our
Counter To Wise
ay, September 13, 1946
Dear, Dear Shoppers:
We 'greet you in the manner
above inspired by the i'eceipt of
thousands of dollars (not exagger-
ated) worth of New Autumn, and
Winter merchandise which arrived
-this week. We are actually sur-
prised! Something has broken
loose in several -places and we got
to break something loose here or
well be swamped and. behind the
eight balls in eight places! Men
and women, ATTENTION please!
We haven't seen so many shoes,
shoes and shoes, sweaters, sweat-
ters and sweaters, pants, pants anu
panties in on store since before
the war! Please come in and get
'em so we'll rave room to sweep
up and for our salesfolks! We want
to help you and you can help us
when that "PLEASE REMIT"
which you don't get from us stares
us. in the face. Ladies! Dress
shoes swift and 'beautiful, soft and
durable, or dreamy and romantic
in glorious Autumn leathers and
colors, widths AAAA to C's'. Men!
All we need to say to you is hon-
est to goodness dress and work
shoes at honest ,prices. Come and
This announcement deserves ex-
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
Port St. Joe, Florida
Extends to you and the members
of your family, both Ladies and
Gentlemen, a cordial invitation
to attend an advance snowing or
THE GLOBE TAILORING COM-
PANY'S NEWEST WOOLLENS
for "Ta.iolred to Measure"
SUITS and TOPCOATS
of Finest Quality and Styling
SEPTEMBER 23rd AND 24th
(Monday and Tuesday)
Mr. Herbert M. Odom, expertly
trained in the art of taking meas-
ures, will be in charge and
glad to give you his un-
Will you allow us fo add this
word: There's so much satisfaction
in getting a suit that is "made foi
you" when its been "GLOBE CUS-
TOM TAILORED." It fits so much
better, it wears so much longer-
and it has a style that marks it a
better garment. That's why hun-
dreds of smartly attired men have
their wardrobes tailored by Globe
year after year. Note: The allot-
ment basis is still in effect and it
will bei necessary to- have your
name in advance ff you want to get
in on this splendid service. Kindly
step in and) tell us if you want a
suit or topcoat.
We wish to thank Mrs. Horace
Soule, the pride and joy of our
handsome, young mayor, for her
gracious comments on this column.
Encouraging 'word s are one of
lifc's best desserts. The baby
ring item did its stuff. Now
Little Moore (we call him that)
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ophrah Moore
has his ring back again! We're
glad. Speaking of little ones,
we would like for you to know that
we enjoy seeing the boys and girls
with you in this store (Ibabies, too).
When you send your son or daugh-
ter shopping here, please keep in
mind that they will receive the
proper attention and service. We
* NO. 7
shall do our best to help them get
the right thing. We hope that we
will never get too 'busy or feel too
important to get a real, kick out of
fitting a new ,pair of shoes on that
smiling, blue- or brown-eyed, pig-
tailed or bushy-headed -lassie, or
that tousle-headled, minus-a-couple-
of-teeth, barefooted boy of yours!
We. can name numbers of them we
have been fitting since they were
little shavers, and the fact that
they still remember us is a source
of great satisfaction,
It was L. J. Herring now
L. J. Herring and son .. We
happen to know, too, that Mr. L. J.
passed cigars around and wore a
brand new Globe, tailored-to-meas-
ure suit the same day it happened!
It's a great feeling, Red,, isn't it?
Ladies, we must slip in another
flash on- the "Prestige Sweater"
"KORU" nationally advertised) in
ten leading magazines. "Koru" is
making big news and, we have
them! Gone are the days when
sweaters were merely wardrobe ex-
tras! The sweater has achieved a
new prestige! It shows itself un-
der the smartest suit .- it
provides a perfect backdrop for
costume jewelry It has
even made an evening debut! .
Come and get 'em!
Episcopal Minister Rev. Byrne Is
letting no grass grow under his
feet. In spite of 'building
complexities he and his flock are
laying the foundation -for a .parish ,
house which we understand will be
of service to the young people or
our community in various ways as
well as a useful addition to the
church. This appears to be a wor-
thy :project aid we wellcome new
citizens to our city who have the
"Get It Done In Spite of Difficul-
ties Attitude." It has been sug-
gested that the troubles, difficul-
ties and' tears of life wash the dust
from our eyes and enables us to
see the lovely and beautiful things
all around us. Speaking of lovely
and beautiful things, just come in
and try on one of "GAGE'S" new-
est creations in hats. ... You'll
simply, wonder how they db it!
A warm thought ESMOND
BLANKETS at Boyles' De-
partment Store. A 11:30
Saturday nite lift .frog legs
at Frenchie's. .. A dry sug-
gestion men's and ladies'
light weig h t PLASTIC RAIN-
COATS at Boyles'. A shower
solver dainty handle worked
HANKIES and Hand-Printed LIN-
ENIS at the store where you are
greeted with a smile. When we
don't smile, please tell us' we're
slipping. When we don't thank
you for a purchase,, tell us we're
off the ball. Speaking of a ball re-
minds us of the splendid jo.b Rich-
ard Porter, Floyd Hunt and others
have done in baseball with the
Champion St. Joe Saints. We
make this last toast to them and
the hardworking fair and square
players who have made baseball
history for our proud little city:
Yours for three up and three down,
R. GLENN BOYLES.
I a I
FRIDAY, SEPTEMnBER IS, 1946
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COVCtTY, FLORIDA
Published Weekly By
Port St. Joe, Florida
Vol. I Frid
Pubilshed Every Friday at Port St. Joe, Fla,
by The Star Publishing Company
W. s. SMITH, Editor
Knterei as second class matter, December 10, 1937, at the
t'ostoffice, Port St. Joe, Fla., under Act of March 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
On* Ye.r....... $2.00 Six Months.......i.OO
-s4 Telephone 51 -
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in adver-
tisements, the publishers do not hold themselves liable for
damages further than amount receiWed for such advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word
It thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely asserts'
the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken worA
Is lost; the printed word remains.
Our Country Right or Wrong
In an article appearing in the last issue of
Dental Digest, Neurologist Hans Reese of the
University of Wisconsin and Dentist John G.
Frisch of Madison, Wis., advance a new and
interesting theory respecting the present near
epidemic spread of polio. The theory: An un-
filled dental cavity is an open door to polio.
It is significant to note that their warning
dovetails, neatly with the medical belief that
tonsilectomies and tooth extractions are dan-
gerous (during polio season. Reason: Many
polio infections enter the body through ex-
posed nerves in the nose or mouth, travel
along nerves to the spinal cord, where their
ravages begin. Says the article: "The rich
nerve supply of the dental pulp offers a most
formidable invasion point for the virus." Some
of their- evidence:
University of Maryland researchers drilled
holes in monkey's teeth, sealed polio virus in
the cavities, found that the animals became
In a 1944 epidemic in North Carolina, teeth
of 272 polio victims had 2.6 times as many
cavities as those of a comparable group of un-
Communities with much flourine in their
water have about 75 per cent less tooth decay
than those 'with little fluorine. Studies in
Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin show that high-
flouriine communities also have from 22 to 34
per cent fewer cases of the dreaded polio.
Logical surmise: Frequent visits to the den-
tist constitute at least a partial safeguard
against contracting this insiduous disease.
NEW PHILOSOPHY NEEDED
What this country needs is a new phil-
osophy of life, a philosophy that puts empha-
sis on personal contentments and discards the
materialistic attainment. Unless we do so, in
time all our accomplishments will prove folly,
our deeds einpty and vainglorious, our ambi-
tions futile, our standards but crumbling
foundations. The old order fails. We should
prepare ourselves for a new dawn. A new
philosophy might be-better than balancing the
budget or building fifty more super-battle-
ships.-Sanders City (Mont.) Ledger.
The pleasantest things in the world are
The Low Down
Editor The Star:
I see where OPA is battlin,'-
sweatin' and dyin' to keep ladies
skirts short. Save cloth, that is
Ennybuddy bronze, white or
black--who up to now ain't had a
sneakin' idee -or notion, or any
kinda idee or notion that OPA
knowed whut it wuz talking' about,
kin now abandon same. The Paris
dressmakers sez skirts' is to be
longer. So they'll be longer. Them
there dressmakers don't say why.
WHO CONTROLS PRICE DECONTROL?
It should always be the practice that con-
trollers be controlled by the accurately-deter-
mined free. will of the majority of those who
are controlled. By the same logic, decontrollers
cannot fully accomlpliish their task and corn-
pletely remove controls until the people who,
in the first instance, make government control
necessary, in the last instance make it pos-
sible and advisable.
The price control board was given an un-
pleasant job to perform, and the confusing
statistics released by the OPA, the depart-
ment of. labor and other agencies did not make
easier the problem of control, recontrol and
decontrol. Nevertheless, the board appears to
be resisting partiality and the interests ot
groups, andto be performing a commendable
The American people have a natural aver-
sion to controls. It may seem a long, long roadc
of winding from the voter and consumer to'
the decontrol board, but as soon as the pre-
domiinant majority of the people by their own
self-control make controls unnecessary, the
controls will be removed. An ideal is not a
great principle which in theory is highly de-
sirable but in practice almost impossible, but
it is a great principle which is not put into
Ordinarily nobody relishes the thought of
u4lemployment, but in this case the people
should hurry up and* put the members of the
decontrol board on the list of jobless ---Flbrida
GETTING BACK TO NORMAL
The country must be returning to normal
when the bigwigs of college football again take
up the charges and countercharges of "you
hired my best backs away from'me."
Latest squabble is between West Point and
Mississippi State over Hlalfback Tom "Shorty"
AlcWilliams. Allyn McKeen of Mississippi
State charges ,that the academy authorities
won't allow McWilliams to resign because he's
a star player, and the \West Pointers reply
that Mississippi State. by a "financial offer,"
is trying- to lure him away from the academy.
All this brings up the question: Is football-
a game wherein schools compete for fun, or
is it just another form of "advertising" de-
signed to boost student enrollments? Surely
in these days of overcrowded colleges it no
longer pays to advertise.
MAolotov's attitude toward small nations in
"general is that of Groucho Marx toward whis-
pering tenors: "If you can hear them they're
Several slightly overweight ladies here in
Port St. Joe are eating scads of vegetables in
an effort to grow slim. Seems to us that cows,
horses and elephants are vegetarians.
Each person on earth is dependent upon
people. Isn't it a great pity that they are so
Thanks to modern transportation and culti-
vation, florists of the land are really making
Florida known as a "land of flowers."
Meb'be fdlks has tired of dimpled Weaving or knitting was prac-
knees, or mehbe thick calves, o.a ticed by spiders, caterpillars, anai
mebbe thin ones, or bowed, ones- birds long before the advent of the
I don't know. 1 ain't researchin' human race.
that subjek. I'm sayin' OPA, if it's
so opaque (thick fer short) as to
think it kin combat styles, it is jest $25 $300
provin' 100 per cent that it's a
And iffen it is a amateur on sech ave you unexpected
a simple idee as styles lor mamna,
what's the chance of it known' expenses? See us for a
beans about how menny pounds ot quick confidential loan.
teed to allow per hen so's to git
the mostest aigs. Or the leastest CENTURY LOAN
aigs, iffen we happen to be in a COMPANY
cycle where the Govt. soz to eat
more oatmeal versus aigs, to clean Leo Kennedy, Manager
up a surplus of oatmeal that we PHONE 61
went an 'paid a subsidy to git.
Yours with the lowdown, Port St. Joe, Florida
JO SERRA. "
VETS MUST PAY CLERK FOR
CERTIFIED COPY DISCHARGE
Former servicemen and women
applying for ,the new terminal
leave pay 'must pay the clerks of
the circuit court for certified
copies of their discharge, the state
attorney general has ruled.
He stated that the legislature
made it the duty of clerks to fur-
nish such copies free on matters
required 'by the veterans adminis-
tration, but that tihe terminal leave
pay .program does not come in that
ture did' not intend, that clerks
should indefinitely provide such
Visit Relatives In Bristol
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Bateman and
children spent last week-end in
Bristol visiting with relatives and
Has Visitor From Marianna
Edward Eells visited with George
Dickerson in Marianna last week.
George accompanied Edward home
class of benefits, a.d the legisla- for a visit.
FOR YOUR PARTIES READY TO SERVE
DRY MARTINI . $3.65
MANHATTAN COCKTAIL .. $3.80
ICE AND SERVE!
St. Joe Bar St. Joe Liquor Store
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
I AM AGAIN BACK IN THE
with a big new truck, and am soliciting moving
of all types.
LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING
I am especially set to handle furniture! All loads
C. W. "Red" HORTON
(Only Licensed Transfer Man In Gulf County)
SUNNY STATE STATION
MAKE TRIS SIMPLE TEST
IS YOUR LIFE WORTH ONE INCH OF CARE?
YOUR CAR BRAKES MAY BE ALL THAT
STANDS BETWEEN SAFETY AND TRAGEDY!
To help you find out whether your brakes are ade-
quate to stop your car in time, this simple check is
1. Place an object one in 'thick beneath your brake
2. Push the pedal down. If it strikes the object be-
fore the brakes begin to hold they are inadequate
and may be dangerous.
3. If you aren't sure your brakes are right-RIGHT
NOW-bring your car to us to have them checked
FREE ESTIMATES 'ON ALL TYPES OF REPAIRS
Body and Fender Repairing Upholstering and
Glass Painting Wheel Alignment
Washing Polishing -- Lubrication
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF
FIRESTONE TIRES and TUBES
WAYNE-McGOWI MOTO CO.
WRECKER SERVICE 24 HOURS A DAY
Phone 129 Day or 170-W Night
PORT ST. JOE
FRIDAY, -SEP~TENISS~E R 11,1046~
THS 5,TARP~. PORT,~ ST4 AO E, GULF, COUNTY, -.FLORILDA,
FOrUr 1 0
-~.ntfl,&V SEPT~TMRER 13. 1946 THE STAR, PORT ST. JOEGULF COUNTY, FLORIDA PAGE PiV~
Agent Calls For
'Urges Everyone To Plant Small
Plot and Gives List of Good
Vegetables For Fall
The rust is being knocked off
many garden hoes and plows in
preparation for fall gardens, says
iWilma A. Revell, home demonstra-
tion agent, but, she points out,
there are a few that are still rusty.
"Let's 1ll you gardeners get busy,"
says she, "and plant a greater va-
'riety of vegetables this fall. Every-
one in Gulf countyy who has a suit-
a.ble plot, of land can grow food for
the family ta)ble.."
Mrs,. Revell suggests Chinese or
red' cabbage, stating that th-ese two
grow well here and that Chinese
cabbage planted in October will
reach maturity in 90 days. Italian
green sprouted broccoli will also
'be a good reward' for your fall.
Planting. ]t should be planted' in
September and will withstand con-
siderable freezing. It will mature
In 110 days.
Lettuce should be planted In
September, as it will .be injured by
a- temperature of 28 degimees if It
is in the process of heading. Good
varieties are Iceberg, White Bos-
ton or Black' Seeded Simpson (leaf
Carrots should be included in the
fall garden and should 'be planted
in September. 'Corless is a good
*bet, and Imperator and Improved
Chantenary are other good varie-
ties. They will stand much freezing.'
English .peas are also called for,
says Mrs. Revell. They will stand
light freezes unless in bloom. Joe
Hunter. up at Wewa, says that he
planted, a Willets Wonder pea last
year that 'froze to the ground and
bore after that. )September and Oc-
tober are good times to plant. They
will make in about 60 days.
Almost all gardeners plant tur-
Notice is herelby given that the
undersigned will apply to the Hon-
orable E. C. Welch, Judge of the
Circuit Court of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, at his office in the City of Mari-
anna, Jackson County, Florida, on
the 27th day of September, 1946,
for a Charter to conduct and oper-
ate the Gulf County Fair, Incorpor-
ated, for the benefit and develop-
ment of the home, agricultural, hor-
ticultural, livestock, poultry and
other resources of the State of
Florida and Gulf County, with its
principal office to be located In
Port St. Joe, County of Gulf, and
State of Florida.
T. M. SOHNEIDER. Pres.
W. S. SMITH, Sec.
9-20 JOE GRIMiSLEY, Treas.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
To the Sheriff of Gulf County, of
the State of Florida:
Be It Known, That I, R. A. GRAY,
Secretary of State of Florida, do
hereby give notice that a
will be held in Gulf County, State
of Florida, on Tuesday next suc-
ceeding the first Monday in No-
vember, A. D. 1946, the said Tues-
day being the
Fifth Day of November
For United States Senator.
For Representative of the Third
Congressional, District o'f the State
of Florida, in the Eightieth Con-
gress of the United States.
For Two Justices of the Supreme
Court of the State of Florida.
For Two Railroad Commissioners
of the State of Florida.
For One Member of the House or
Representatives of the State of
For Two County Commissioners,
Districts Two and'Four.
For Two Members of the County
Board of Public Instruction, Dis-
tricts One and Three.
In Testimony Whereof, I have here-
unto set my hand and aifixed
the Great Seal of the State of
Florida, at Tallahassee, the Cap-
ital, this the first day of Septem-
ber, A. D. 1946.
R. A. GRAY,
9-6 11-1. Secretary.of State.
nips, collard's and onions. These are
old standbys and should be In-
cluded to have a complete garden.
Everyone likes a few radishes,
and the ,Scarlet Turnip White-
tipped, planted) in October, will
grow to maturity in about 20 days.
"The-re are many other vege-
tables that could ,be named," con-
cluded Mrs. Revell. "Plant your fa-
vorite -ones and also try some new
vegetables. I challenge you all to a
good fall garden. It is for your fam-
(Continued from page 1)
and the work is being done in tie Conservation District for this year
phases of agriculture that are "na- the soil conservation service iS
turals" for this section, since our placing 200 pounds of Pensacola
'greatest future in agriculture in bahia grass seed with the district
Gulf county lies in pastures, pines, work unit planning technician, W.
livestock and wildlife. J. Van Arsdal. The grass will be
This work goes into intricate de- planted with Rudy Gaskin and
tail, measurements and planning- Clyde Brogdon, being put out for
;t i.i..,h.....; ....... n,..... ik seed plants of five acres each. The
time-consuming operations, cnecn-
ing of results and evaluations.
The work on (pastures is seasonal
so far as land, preparation and
planting goes, hut the course of the
work assumes a steady 'flow of
planning and' acquiring lands, seed,
materials, etc., and laying out plots
seemingly advisable for the section
and then the measuring of re-
q mqq ndfinn -l v
go on Ib~yond-thepast research spouses an t final res uts and e-
go on beyond the 'past research LL a" dU csI ports.
problems here and get into grazing pots.
trials next year. The actual pounds We may view the operations. on
of gain on animals will be meas- the land as they progress and learn
ured on the different basis treat- their showings first hand, thus
inents. Pasture management prac- placing the farmers of Gulf county
tices will be tested, to findi the at a point of vantage for this work.
best ways to handle cattle on each The county extension work, ac-
crop, how much to graze and when. cording to ,C. R. Laird, county
- White's area includes five adjoin- agent, will be in acquainting the
ing counties in this section arid the 'farmers with these operations and,
work is wide in scope, covering a when results are available, in ex-
host of different research phases, tending them to each and every
Gulf county is fortunate to have farmer in the county so that all
the unit headquarters. located here may have the, benefit of the efforts
for the results that will come fr6m iput forth to find the facts for bet-
this work will ibe for the benefit ter agriculture.
of better agriculture in this areg, As a service to the Tupelo Soil
'fertilizer treatments by these two
farmers will be ample and they
will co-operate in the work witn
Van Arsdall for the proper manage-
ment of this operation. This grass
is suited to a variety of soils and
is a good grazer. It is the purpose
of the district to grow seed for the
furthering of plantings in 'this
It pays to advertise-try It!
For Those Who Think
Run down shoes make you
look sloppy and unattractive.
Better keep yours in repair
and well polished. Let us be
your footwear valets.
THE LEADER SHOE
1. Ford Trained Mechanics
2. Genuine Ford Parts
3. Ford Factory Methods
4. Special Ford Equipment
IN YOUR FUTURE
And We're Equipped To Keep It "New"
S URE, keep an eye on that smooth new Ford you'll drive some
day. But don't neglect the one you own. There's plenty of
good service left in it... plenty of safety.;;plenty of good looks
-if you let us check it regularly to keep up its trade-in value;
You know you can't beat a Ford dealer for Ford service. We have:
Decide now to see how much we can do for your car. And drive
in soon for quick service.
THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE "HOME" FOR FORD SERVICE
St. Joe Motor Company
Phone 37 Port St. Joe, Florida
Visitors From Tyndall
S/Sgt. and Mrs. Roderick Bar-
foot of Tyndall Field visited Satur-
day afternoon with Mrs. Lillian F.
Has Week-end Guests
Mrs. J. T. M'cNeill had as her
guests last weiek-end Mrs. Edward
Stines and daughter Burnell of
Jacksonville and Mrs. Sue Hinlck-
ley of A~palachicola.
Have Your Prescriptions
John Robert Smith
Phone 5 Port St. Jo*
WV- ---*-V-- --- V W--
- THE STAR, PORT -ST. JOZ,,GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
-RI Y SEPTEMBRER 13'9
Miss Wimberth Manasco
And Charles Russell Wed
Miss Wimberth Manasco, daugh-
ter of Mr. andl Mrs. Grady Manasco
of this city, and Charles Russell of
Apalachicola were united in the
holy bonds of matrimony last Fri-
day at the St. James Episcopal
Church, the ceremony being per-
formed by the Rev. T. D. Byrne.
Attendants were Miss Betty Darcey
and William Rolberts. The bride
wore a white crepe 'dress with
Ofter a brief wedding trip to Wa-
kuf* Springs, the young couple
will be at home to their friends on
J. A. M. CLUB TO MEET
The regular meeting of the J. A.
M. Club will be held Monday, Sepj-
teTiber 16, with Mrs. B. A. Prid-
geon at her home in White City.
Home From New Orleans.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Costin 'and
son Jimmy returned Saturday from
New Orleans, where they spent a
week on business and pleasure.
P.-T. A. Will Hold First
Meeting Next Thursday
The initial meeting of the Port
St. Joe Parent-Teacher Association
for 1946-47 will hbe held in the high
school auditorium next Thursday,
September 19, at 4 p. m. "Ideals of
P.-T. A." will be the subject of the
program leader, Mrs. Edwin Ram-
sey. The devotional, to be given by
Mrs. T. D. Byrne, is titled "Value
of Religious Education In the
Home and In the School." Other
additional features promise to make
the opening program entertaining
and beneficial to new members
and. faculty. -Speaker for the pro.
gram is Mrs. George Patton.
Officers for the coming year are
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, president; Mrs.
Edwin Ramsey, first vice-presi-
dient; Mrs. A. L. Ward, second
vice-president; Mrs. Wilbur Smith
treasurer; Mrs. Purvis Howell, sec-
retary; Mrs. Noibie Stone, parlia-
The program committee met
Thursday of last week to plan the
theme for the coming year with a
tentative program outline. Chair-
man of this committee, Mrs. Ed-
win Ramsey, was assisted, by Mrs.
Charles Brown, "Mrs. T. D. Byrne,
Miss Catherine Nix and Mrs. Ralph
"Today We Build for Tomorrow's
World" is the selected theme for
the year. The outline, as it no4
stands, is as follows:
September-"Ideals of P.-T. A.;
Mrs. Edlwin Ramsey.
October Room parties for mo-
thers and teachers. Annual school'
carnival. P.-T. A. week.
November Meeting in the li-
brary. Health program, visiting
speaker on TB. Book display.
December Christmas program,
Miss Erline McCelllan. .
January-To ,be announced.
February-Fathers' night. Com-
munity sing starring the fathers,
the school band and glee club.
March-To be announced.
April-Home economics program
presented! by home economics de-
pa.rtmr'nt, iMrs. Bernard Pridgeon,
May-End of business and instal-
lation of officers.
The committee chairmen respon-
sible for specialized activity dur-
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Of course you are aware that
quality is the virtue that has
gained and retained for the
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viable reputation throughout
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require expert watch repairs.
Personals Clubs Churches
MYRTICE 0. SMITH, Editor PHONE 51
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SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES
AT ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL
Sunday school will begin at 9:30
a. m.. at St. James Episcopal
Churoh next-Sunday, September 75.
Classes will be organized for all
The Rev. Thomas D. Byrne, pas-
tor of the church, will be superin-
tendent of the Sunday school, and
will teach the 'older group. Mrs.
Jean Dare, J. L. Fuller, Mrs. B. E.
Kenney Jr., Mrs. Paul Fensom and
Mrs. T. D. Byrne will lead the
other groups. Mrs. Robert Tyler,
is secretary and treasurer of tne
In addition to children of me&-
bers 'f the church, all other clil-
dren who have not identified them-
selves with a church are, invited to
Every South American country
except Chile and Equador touched
ing the next nine months are as
follows: Spiritual life, Mrs. T. D.
Byrne; finance, Mrs. Rush Chism;
hospitality, Mrs. Tommy Mitchell;
membership, Mrs. C. G. Cos-tin, co-
chairman, Mrs. Nellie Howell; pub-
licity, Miss Marjorie Philyaw; li-
brary service, Mrs. Ralph E. Rich;
room mothers, Mrs. B. C. Gaillard;
program, Mrs. E. Ramsey; home
and family life, Mrs. B. A. Prid-
geon; music, Mrs. Charles Brown;
health and. first aid', Mrs. Basil E.
Kenney; playground, Miss Erline
McClellan; registry, Misses Juan-
ita and Rachel Gunn; publications,
Mrs. George Suber; teacher repre-
sentative, Miss Catherine Nix, and
song leader, Miss Erline. McClellan.
All members, parents' of school
children, teachers and those inter..
3sted are requested to attend this
meeting next Thursday and aid in
making this year the most suc-
cessful in Port St. Joe's P.-T. A.
Visit In Apalach and Marianna
Mrs. George 'Suber and Mrs. J.
T. M'cNeill visited in Apalachicola
and Marianna last week. They vis-
ited Pick Higgins, a 'patient, at the
W It I
Home From Visit In Georgia
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hardy of
White City returned home Sunday
from Lyons, Ga., where they vis-
ited 'for a week.
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FRiDAY, EktEl~tltBER 13, 1946~
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
FRDY ETME 3 9 H TR PR T OGL ONY LRD
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Personals Clubs Churches
MYRTICE 0. SMITH, Editor PHONE 51
Commencement Marks Miss Kirkland Becomes
Close of Bible School Bride of Owen Moore
"Commencement" Friday evening The First Methodist Church was
at the Baptist Church marked the the setting for the marriage of Miss
close of the two wee-ks' vacation Genevieve Margie Kirkland, daugh-
Bible school, held from August 26 ter of Mrs. Ellen Kirkland, and the
to September 6, with an enrollment late Captain B. C. Kirkland, ani
of 157 and an average daily at- Ernie Owen Moore, son of Mr. anc;
tendance of 107. Mrs. D. W. Moore of Millport, Ala.,
A splendid program was given on Saturday, September 7, at 7 P.
by the various departments, show- m., with the Rev. 0. D. Langston
ing part of their daily studies in performing the. double ring cere-
Bible, songs, stories and handwork. money.
The workers and teachers were Baskets of white gladoli and smi-
taken from the Sunday school and lax, flanked by palms and seven-
other organizations of the church tiered candelabra holding lighters
and were highly commended for white tapers, were used in decor-
their faithful service by Miss' Car- ating the altar. A further decor-
olyn Baggestt, principal. ative, note was addled by tie use of
Diplomas were given out to 150, a trio of lighted candles against a
and cards of recognition to 52. The background, of palm branches in
handwork was on display and each window of the church.
proved to be the largest exhibit of Miss Betty Jo Lane rendered the
any vacation Bible school' held in nuptial selections and Marigene S.
the past. Taunton sang "Because" and "Al-
The program was dismissed with ways." The traditional marches
prayer by Rev. W. B. Holland. were used.
t tI t Miss Virginia Pridgeon, maid-of-
Week-end Guests honor and only attendant to the
Mrs. M. H. Paramore and .chil- bride, wore a canary yellow gown
dren of Ashford. Ala., were week- of chiffon and' carried an arm bou-
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. quet of lavender asters.
Daughtry. Richard Teague of Birmingham,
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
"HOLDING FORTH THE WORD OF LIFE"
R. F. HALLFORD, Pastor Telephone 156
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1946
9:45-Bible School for all.
10:55-Morning Worship. Sermon Topic:
"REVOLUTION ALWAYS PRECEDES REVIVAL."
6:55-Baptist Training Union.
8:00-Evening Worship. Sermon Topic:
"Praying for Revival and Blocking the Answer."
hat turned up-at
SgAs seen in VOGUE
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SMonchette's Style Shop
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Ala., served as best man for the
bridegroom. Ushers were Jimmy
McNeill and, John Lane.
The bride, given in marriage by
Fred Maddox, chose a gown ot
white chiffon fashioned with long
sleeves, a peplum and a cascade.
The bride's veil of ivory illusion
ended in a long train and fell from
a crown of seedl pearls. She car-
rind an arm bouquet of white as-
ters centered with an orchid.
Following the-ceremony, a re-
ception was held at the home of
the bride's mother on Long Ave-
nue. Miss Martha Rand presided
at the punch: bowl, while Miss Mar-
garet Elder served caRe.
Later in the evening the bride
and groom left on a wedding trip
to Daytona Beach. Mrs. Moore
wore for traveling a beige gabar-
dine suit with a white crepe blouse
and cherry coke patent accessories.
Her corsage was a white orchid.
After September 29 they will re-
sidle at Auburn, Ala., where bothl
will attend college.
Mrs. Moore is' a graduate of Port
St. Joe high school and is a stu-
dent at Alabama Polytechnic In-
stitute at Auburn. Mr. Moore is a
graduate of Millport high school
and is also a student at A. P. I.
Out-of-town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. W. N. Watson of DeFuniak
Springs, Miss Martha Rand of Tus-
cumbia, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Straus and family, Mr. and' Mrs.
S. P. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Eu-
gene Cain and children, all of Pan-
Junior Woman's Club
Hears Talk On Petroleum
The September meeting of the
Junior yWoman's Club was held at
the Centennial Building Tuesday
evening with the president, Mrs.
Robert Tyler, presiding. Copies of
the constitution and by-laws now
in effect, and attractive program
booklets were presented to the
members. 'Ehe corresponding sec-
retary, Murnice Gaskin, 'requested
that she be informed of members
vhi were ill in order that she can
mail cards to them.
-Since Juanita Chason, chairman
of the project committee, is leaving
the community, the president an-
nounced that the vacancy would
be filled at the next meeting and
'that projects would be discussed.
Mrs. Charles Brown, sponsor
from the, Woman's Club, was wel-
comed to the meeting. She ex-
pressed her pleasure at being pres-
ent and: suggested that the club,
for a temporary project, could work
on the noon and after school traf-
fic congestion at the school house.
Jenny McKinnon presided dur-
ing the program and introduced
Miss Fay Morris, flutist, and Miss
Erlene McClellan, pianist. Their
musical selection, "Andtantino,'
was beautifully rendered.
H. C. Davis, of the Pure Oil Com-
pany, spoke to the group on the
subject of "Petroleum." He pre-
sented, the history, actual drilling,
distilling and breakdown of crude
oil into organic products such as
medicine, rubber, waxes, cosmet-
ics, explosives, lubricating oils,
etc. He placed special emphasis on
the operational activities of the
station in this community, how the
gasoline is piped from ship to stor-
age tank, gauged and pumped along
the line to Blountstown, Albany,
Atlanta, Chattanooga and othe.
Approximately 9.500,000 barrels
of petroleum products per year pass
through the Port St. Joe station,
he said, and there is a possibility
th'!t the capacity will be increaseC.
Mr. Davis concluded his interesting
and, informing talk with congratu-
lations to the organization and his
wishes for its continued develop-
ment and benefit to the city.
Hostesess Mrs. Frank Trautz,
Miss J'anita Cha.on and Miss Su-
san Snmc~ders served refreshing
lemonade and a plate of tuna fish
salad with crackers, after which
te meeting was adjourned.
It pays to advertise-try It!
Lawn. Party Honors Rush Chism, George Adkins, Peck
Boyer, Byron Eells Jr., Alfonzo Gil-
Mrs. James Herring bert, Jack Scheollas, W. J. Daugh-
The home of Mr. R. V. Coburn try, Donald Birath, Evelyn Trautz,
J. T. McNeill, W. S. Smith, Clay
was the scene of a lovely lawn
Lewis, Dennis Jackson, J. Robert
party last Friday afternoon when Smith, T. H. Stone, W. W. Barrier,
Mrs. Howard McKinnon, Mrs. E. C. Smith, T. H. Stone, W. W. Barrier,
,,.,,,,,,i tin. w~r Ronald Childlers, Roy Gaskin, Wat.
joint hostesses honoring Mrs. Jas.
0. Herring, a recent bride, with a
The guests were seated on the
lawn, where they were entertained
by Mrs. McKinnon conducting a
contest, winners being Mrs. W. S.
Smith and Mrs. George L. Cooper.
The guests were then invited to
the lawn in the back yard, where
the honoree was seated: a't a table
loaded with lovely gifts showing
the esteem of her many friends.
After the gifts were, opened an(
passed around that all might see
them, the hostesses served dainty
sandwiches, party squares and
coca-colas to the following: Mes-
dames W. A. Johnson, Melvin Mag-
id'son, R. D. Prows, Clyde Gentry,
son Smith, George L. Cooper, L.
H. Bartee, A. D. Lawson, Lillian
McNair, Verna Smith, W. J. Fer-
rell, M. H. Elder, and T. M. Scl-
neider, Misses Dorothy Tarwick,
Marilyn Rowan, Imogene Manasco,
Teresa Edward's and! Amelia Gib-
All present wished the bride hap-
piness in the years to come.
Patient At Hospital
Mrs. John Gilbert is a patient in
the local hospital this week.
Visitor From Blountstown
James Holt of Blountstown was
a visitor here Monday and Tuesday,
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CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE DAILY AT 2:45 P. M.
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THURSDAY and FRIDAY
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. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1946
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NEWS and ODDITY
PEWHO'S WHO IN PORT ST. JOE
1^ -- SPEND YOUR MONEY AT HOME WHERE YOU WILL GET ANOTHER CRACK AT IT '
r.-THESE WELL-KNOWN BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS OFFER YOU GOODS AND SERVICES UNEXCELLED
This Would Be a Good Place To Let
People Know About YOUR Business
Mr. andi Mrs. Robert Pritchard of
Apalachicola announce the birth of
a daughter on September 4.
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We Have It. We Also Give ROAD SERVICE.
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WILKS JEWELRY COMPANY
Diamonds and Jewelry
WE TEACH WATCHES TO
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Have Dinner Guests Have Guests From Graceville
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Daughtry hact Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Smith
as their dinner guests last Friday had as their guests last week Mrs.
Chdrles Redd, Jack Redkd and, Mrs. Smith's mother and brother, Mrs.
Pearl Redd and son Oscar, all of. J. E. Miller and Jesse Miller of
Hot Springs, .Ark. is the oldest The country's dairy Jherds total
national park in America. 26,00f0,000 cows.
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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE
6-ROOM HOUSE on Long Avenue." OYSTER SHELLS Can deliver
See Kenneth or Gus Creech at oyster shells in 5-yard, loads, any
Screech Bios. Laundry. 9-20-k quantity, $15 per load. See L. G.
Blackburn, Beacon Hill. 9-20,
SIX-ROOM HOUSE and 31 lots in FOR SALE-Singer sewing ma-
Beaty Subdivision, White City; chine, Smith typewriter, Florence
almost 2 acres of land:; $750 cash oil stove, stuid'o couch, bed springs
with abstract of title to date. and other used furniture. Mrs. R.
CARTER, Costin Building Dangeli, c/o B. F.-Hunt, Kenney's
S Mill. 8-13*
LOTS We have a nice selectIon SCRATCH .PADS-4 by 6 inches.
' of residence and business -Jots. Good white bond paper. Package
ACREAGE Close to city limits. of 12 pads, 30c. Tbh Star. tt
From 5 to 160-acre tracts.
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HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE-Liv- Phone 37 Port St. Joe
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dining room suite, electric stove, writer in good condition. Creecn
rugs, chairs, etc; Mrs. W. L. Horn, Brothers Laundry. 8-16 tf
Long Ave. Phone 168-W. 9-20*
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
MASONIC TEMPLE F & A M-
FOR APARTMENTS See The Port St.. Joe Lodge 111. Regular
Shirey Apartments. 8-3 A meetings 2nd and 4th Fri-
HEPWAT\D days each month, 8:00 p. m.
HELP WANTED I Members urged to attend;
visiting brothers welcome. G. W
WANTED- Experienced alteration Cooper, W. M.; G. C. Adkins, Sec.
lady; steady work. Creech Bros.
Laundry 8-16 t SAMARITAN LODGE NO. 40, 1. O.
0. F.-Meets every Wednesday
MISCELLANEOUS night at 8 o'clock in Masonic hall.,
All members urged to attend and I
GUEST CHECKS for restaurants, visiting brethren invited. W. C.a
in. pads of 100: 75c per thousand. Forehand, N. G.; W. H. Sansom
The Star. tf Secretary.
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dendy of this
city are the proud parents of a
son, Robert Hawes, born Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. McDaniel ot
this city announce the birth of a
. daughter on September 9.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Lapeyrouse
of this city announce the birth of
a daughter on September 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Mallie Johnson ot
this city are announcing the birth
of a daughter on September 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crutchfield o Y R
of this city announce the birth 'of M E TU
a daughter on September 11. F R I EN D S
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Larimore o T
Apalachicola are the proud parents LeHARDY'S BAR P
of a son, born September 11. p
BAPTIST W. M. S. HOLDS
BIBLE STUDY MONDAY Modern Beauty Shop
Twenty were, present at the Bible
study of the 'Baptist W. M. S. Mon- 3 LILLIE PEARL WATKINS, Owner
lay afternoon at the church. The
pastor, Rev. R. F. Hallford, taught For Appointment Phone 41
part of the fifth chapter of Acts.
During the business session it
was announced that Mrs. T. V
Morris had invited all circles to "B* B'lBBilK i- !I as it means lots to us.
meet at her home next Monday for L E T T E R S We often speak of you and, Mrs.
their meetings, an.dito hear re- mith on our fishing parties. We
ports of the summer work of Miss TO THE-.EDITOR are surrounded, with lakes here and.
Willa Dean Lowry and Miss Caro- oh, boy, those fresh water trout are
lyn Baggett, state workers of the sure good,! So come on over on
Baptist Training Union and Sun- Miami Fla. your next trip to Melrose and we
d(lay school board. A social hour Dear Editor Bill: will try to make the trip worth your
will be enjoyed, and all members So you think you're gonna get while. g you uch for all
are urged to be present. rid of a subscriber, huh? Well, it'll favors
After other minor matters of just have to be someone else, not Mrs. G. F. Kelly
business, the meeting was dis- ie. Woulid t part with The Star r s, Me y,
missed with prayer. for anyone. You see, I can't get Rt. 1, Merose l
1 b chose Grimsleys *to get on the ball
hose i o t on Scientists believe that the roars
W. S. C. S. PROGRAM with their correspondence. They Siemantistsg from old Rumbling Balrs
A program sponsored by the Wo- think that as long as everything oeanting from old Rum bling al,
man's Society for Christian S.erv- fine-what the heck-the time to mountain at Lake Lure, N. C., are
ice of the Methodist Church, undei write is when it's necessary. So
the roots of caves deep in the
the direction of Mrs. J. T. McNeill, The Star is sometimes, virtually, mountain.
assisted by Mrs. Ralph Swatts. per- my "letter from home."
training to Sunday school and mis- Had anyone seen the Lewises re-
sionary work for children, will be, cently, we'd have been considered
held at the church beginning Mon- pictures of obesity. Fat? No, that
day, September 16. Children from distortion of "so-called" childhood
6 through 8 years of age will meet iialadies-munlips! I'm feeling fine,
at 2:30 p. m. and those from 9 though shaky, and I'll soon look al-
through 12 years at 3:30 p. m. most normal. I'm allowed to be up
R I tR >and around' the apartment some
METHODIST CHURCH now. I'll go oi parole about Tues-
Rev. 0. D. Langston, Pastor day--I hope. Leave it to me to go Ore
9:45 a. m.-Church school. "whole hawg" and have it on both
11:00 a. m.-Morning worship, sides.
6:45 p. m.-Youth Fellowship. Miami must have had a few n i 1t
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship. clouds blown in from Los Angeles
Choir practice Wednesdays at S or Hollywood recently. We've been LETT lRHEADI
p. m. having a few thunder storms and
ST J plenty of liquid sunshine. It'syour representative.
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH We. hear that the mosquitoes are
Thomas D. Byrne, Pastor about to manl-the ships In port It speaks for you in places
Sunday services will be held as down at Key West and. take over you cannot go. You want
follows: 7:30 a. m. celebration of the airports, north of us, along the
the Holy Communion; 11:00 a, m. coast. I think the DDT spraying in your letterhead to give
inorning prayer and sermon. Miami eliminated most of them your prospect assurance
01 b for this immediate area.
CATHOLIC SERVICES According to The Star. Port St. that it represents a firm
Mass is held at St. Joseph's Joe is' progressing in the construe- of high standing.
Chapel the ffist Sunday of each tion. business, sports and other
month at 8 a.m. Second, third and worlds. Fine!
fourthh Sundays'at 10 a. m. Once again, thank you. Our Star i
W It. subscription has been among ouri
Visiting In Siouth Florida treasured gifts. I Let Us Design Your Next
'Mr. and Mrs. Heywood Wilson of Our best wishes to you and Mrs.
Arcadia were guests of Mr. and S'mith. Letterhead
Mrs. J. A. Chris-tmas last week at Josephine (i
their White City home. They re- i
turned Saturdlay to Arcadia and
were accompanied iby Mrs. 'Christ- Editor The Star:
mas, who is. visiting her sister, Am writing in regard to my pa-
Mrs. C. P. Wilson, at Arcadia for per, as we moved from St. Joe but
two weeks. would like to get my litIle, paper, 1
"Your Home Town Newspaper"
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-fr'AlDfAY,- SEPTirviBER 13, 1946