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PORT ST. JOE
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Official Paper for Gulf
County, Devoted To the
* of the Entire County
"Port St. Joe The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
VOLUME XV FORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1951 NUMBER 12
editor Is Tired of Sharks Drop Opening
selling People To Cage Tilt To Marianna
Telling People To
Lose To Jackson Countians 62-45;
DoShoppingEarly arrabelle Next Tuesday
Do popping ry At Carrabelle
We Aren't Even Going To Re-
mind You That But Eight
Shopping Days Remain
For years and years it has been
the custom of newspapers every-
The baseball season opened on
Monday night for the St. Joe high
Sharks when they trekked to Mari-
anna for the first game. which they
dropped to the Jackson countians
by a score of 62 to 45. They play
the second game at Carrabelle next
Tuesday and then lay off during
City's Stores Will Close Ki wanis Club Hears
Two Days for Christmas TK ak n n lub arspy
Your editor was taken back con-
siderably, not to say being startled, Will Sponsor Toy Matinee at Port
when the Port St. Joe Retail Mer- Theater; Plans Made for
chants Association came out with Christmas Program
the announcement that stores of
the members will be closed Christ- By HARRY McKNIGHT
mas Day and the next day (Wed- The St. Joe Kiwanis Club was
nesday, December 26). entertained with an unusual pro-
Heretofore, when Christmas has gram during its weekly luncheon
fallen in the middle of the week meeting Wednesday when Bob Du-
the stores have closed for but the Bell reminisced upon his favorite
one day-hence our amazement. hobby of autography. DuBell, who
---- -.--- recently came to Port St: Joe, is
where to urge people to shop early the Christmas vacation, returning Cleawn T e o wt te t. Joe aper company
to avoid the last-minute rush, and to the court January 11, when they l and transferred his Kiwanis mem-
during the past 14 years The Star meet Carrabelle in a return tilt. Graveyards, Says NPA beship from the Wilmington, Del.,
has carried such admonitions, along Lettermen on the team this year club o the local clu
with the customary warning each are Lincoln Hall, John Barrier, Fer- Used Car DealMy hobby of collecting auto-
eek "Only Umpteen ore Shop- rell Alen, enny Roberts, Fank st rap graphs began at the tender age of
pingwe: "nly U mpten More Sho De nnis an Biy GRobert, Frak Older Than '46 To Aid In 11 when Charles A. Lindbergh gave
ping Days 'Til Christmas." I Dennis and Billy Gallard. Steel Scrap Drive
But this year we revolted. Not Newcomers to the squad are Bob Steel Scrap Drive me his at a banquet at the George
once have our readers had thrust Gibson, Lamar Freemnan, Billy Joe Washington hotel in Jacksonville,"
upon them the obvious fact that Rich, David Freeman, Freddie M Automobile dealers in Port St. said DuBell, "and I have been a
there remained only four, three, Call. George Adkins Walter Wilder Joe. all of whom have a "grave- rabid collector ever since."
two or one weeks in which to buy L. Smith and Robert Nedley. -ard" of old cars and car bodies, Bob's greatest windfall came in
Aunt Samarithy Jane or Uncle Jer- I are now required to get those old the war years when he garnered
Aunt Samanthy Jane or Uncle Jer- Schedule for the season follows: cars moving to market to help the the names of such notables at Gen-
emiah the customary Christmas re- Dec. 1--Carrabelle, there. Boys nation solve its present problem of eral Eichelberger, Gcnetal Douglas
membrance. and girls, steel shoLagesorhey may be ac r, General ug a
We are indeed proud of getting Jan. 11-Carrabelle, here. Boys steel shortages, or itey,may be MacArthur, General Kreuger, Kay
out of this rut and feel that if, after and girls. found in violation of federal regu- Kyser, Winston Churchill, Ish Ka-
all these years the public of St. Joe Jan. Bristol, there. Boys A lions. bible, Jack Dempsey, Gene Tun-
has not learned to shop early to Jand B. The Star yesterday received in- ney, Max Baer, and. his favorite, Joe
has not learned to shop early to Jau. 22--Altha, there. Boys andfrown is one of
avoid the last-minute rush and to girls. fo action f the S. Deart E Brown. oe rown is one of
get their presents before stocks Jan. 25-Blountstown, here. Boys "ient of Commerce that t h e Na- the greatest guys that ever lived,"
have become depleted and all the and girls. tional Production Authority has is- said Bob.
he ecoe eete and what-ots Jan. 26 Wewahitchka, there. sued an order under which owners "Ex-Postmaster-General Jim Far-
choicest gee-gaws and what-nots Boys and girls. .,
taken, that they ought to have their Jan. 29-Frink, there. Boys A of automobile "graveyards must ley demonstrated his amazing mem-
collective heads examined. and B. send that agency an inventory re- ory to me when, after a lapse of
No, siree! We aren't going to say Feb. 1-Altha, here. Boys and port by December 20 (next Thurs- five years, he called my name from
a word about things like that! girls. day) detailing the number of motor only a previous introduction," con-
e sincerely believe that the pub- sity Pensaola Juniothere. Var-Boys vehicles, car units and amount of tinted DulBell.
We sincerely believe that the pub- sity, there. Boys.lsnuedhd
lic will get along all right this year Feb. 5-Apalachicola, here. Boys loose scrap they had on hand De- From his war experiences the
without us telling them all this and girls. E. member 1 of this year. speaker said that "despite the ar-
boresome stuff y a w Feb F-.Wewahitchka;, Here. Boys The order also prohibits any -guments pro andr con, Ibelieve that
bowe going to saiy about -pping b. -F hr s dealer from accepting delivery of Douglas MacArthur is a truly great
we going to say about L,4 -paping Feb. 12-Frink, here. Boys A and any automobile or car unit during
early, even though there are but B. any automobile or ca unit during general in every respect-one of
eight shopping days left before Feb. 14-15-16-Northwest Florida the three-month period beginning the best."
histsWhich reminds Tournament at Quincy. Boys A. March 1, 1952, and the first day of The aforementioned are but a
Christmas. .. which reminds 'Feb. 23-Bristol, here. Boys A June. September, December and few of Bob's collection, besides his
us-we haven't bought our wife's and B. h eete nle nte od possession of
gifts yet. Let us out of here, quick! Feb.26-Apalachicola, there. Boys March thereafter, unless during the proud possession of a string of
_____ __ and girls. preceding three-month period he "short snorters" about a yard long
Feb. 28-29-March 1-Group II, had disposed of all automobiles -all taped end-to-end.
Port Theater To Award Tourney. Boys A. manufactured prior to 1946. "I met John L. Lewis through his
Trophy To Grid Player The sum and substance of the friendliness for my dog as I was
ST G Home On Furlough I NPA order is to make it a federal walking him (the dog) through the
Manager Paul Player of the Port Cpl. Harold F. Pierce arrived in offense for any owner of an auto- park. He proved to be a very nice
Theater states that a handsome town Sunday from Fort Hayes, Ohio, mobile "graveyard" to keep his old fellow-conversationally, at least."
trophy will be awarded by the Mar- to spend a 27-day furlough with his cars on the yard and not get them Besides having their autographs,
tin Theaters to the most valuable parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pierce. into commercial scrap channels. DuBell recalled pleasant associa-
football player on the Port St. Joe He was accompanied by Cpl. War- -* tions with a great many of these
high school grid team. ren Summerfield, whose home is in I To Spend Holidays In Texas (Continued on page 10)
The trophy, 20 inches in height, Michigan City, Ind., who has! also: Mrs. Lillian McNair expects to -- -- -
is to be presented to the player se- been stationed at Fort Hayes. On leave Tuesday for Houston, Texas, Annual Football Banquet
elected on the theater stage next their return to duty they will go to to spend the holidays with her sis-
Thursday night. The trophy is now Fort Campbell, Ky., where they will ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert At School This Evening
on display in the theater lobby and train with the air borne forces. Stansberry and children.
a ballot box is also in the lobby to The annu banquet for members
receive votes by patrons up until RICH'S SUPER-MARKET OBSERVING ANNIVERSARY of the St. Joe Shark football team
will hp ld toiViIt a t t 8 ln kli
Name of the most valuable player
will be engraved on the trophy and
it will be placed in the show case
at the high school.
Owens Named President of
At a joint conference of the Flor-
ida Education Association Depart-
ment of County Superintendents and
the Florida School Board Associa-
tion held Monday in Jacksonville
for a clinical study of ways and
nleans of improving the school sys-
tem of the state. Tom Owens, Gulf
county school superintendent, was
elected as president of the superin-
tendents' group, succeeding W. D.
Boyd of Jacksonville.
To Spend Holidays With Parents
Paul Edwin Ramsey, a student at
Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Au-
burn, Ala., and Donald Ramsey, a
student at Georgia Military Acad-
emy, College Park, Ga., will arrive
this week-end to spend the holiday
season here with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Ramsey.
A year ago this week, E. J. Rich
opened his super-market, pictured
above, on the corner of Wi.lliams
Avenue and Third Street, moving to
the new 'building, 85x60 feet, from
a small establishment just around
the corner on Reid Avenue. Many
new lines have been added during
the past year, and the store is
equipped with the finest of frozen
food cases and refrigerated meat
display cases. A large staff of cour-
teous and efficient clerks are always
on hand to care for customers. In
observance of this first anniversary
in the new location, the store is
offering a number of extremely at-
will U n 1 1ongig1 a ocU V nI 111
the high school cafeteria for the
players and their dates. 4Guests will
include Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Veasey,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dowd, Mr. and
Mrs. B. B. Scisson, 'Mr. and Mrs.
arion Craig and Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Superintendent Owens will act as
matter nf ceremonies and s noieaker
of the evening will 'be Joe Dowd. As Fire Destroys Moore
a special added attraction, moving
pictures of the Clemson-Boston col- Home At Beacon Hill
lege 1951 game will be shown.
_____ The St. Joe fire department was
Run Over Huge Rattler called to Beacon Hill Tuesday night
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Webb, re- !at 9:20 to fight a blaze that com-
turning from Apalachicola Saturday pletely destroyed tlie home of Mr..
afternoon ran over a rattlesnake and Mrs. Joe Moore and for a time
v.ich, upon investigation, had 11 i threatened the adjoining residence
rattles and a button and measured belonging to C. L. Gibson, which
five feet in length. The car wheels was saved by the timely work of
hit the snake just behind the head the firefighters. Loss was estimated
and the varmint was still kicking at about $2000. Mr. and Mrs. Moore
when the Webbs brought it by The were at the Port Tleater at the
Star office. time and origin of the fire is un-.
Visit In Panama City The department was called out
'Mrs. Durel Brigman and dangh- Tuesday morning to the J. L. Wlson
ter Carolyn visited in Panama City home at Kenney's Mill to extin-
Wednesday with their mother and guish a small blaze on the back
grandmother, Mrs. Della Goodson. porch that caused little damage.
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March of Dimes
Drive To Continue
For Full Month
Due To Recent Upward Surge
of Polio; Local Organiza-
tion Formulates Plans
A meeting was held last Satur-
day afternoon at the Florida Power
Corporation office for the purpose
of organizing the 1952 March of
Dimes drive in Gulf county, which
this year will continue through the
entire month of January instead of
the customary two weeks.
T. G. Frary, county campaign
chairman, stated that the reason
for the additional two weeks was
due to the upward surge of polio
in recent years, pointing out that
during the past four years it has
become increasingly difficult for
the National Foundation for Infan-
tile Paralysis to carry on its fight
against the only epidemic disease
still on the increase in America.
Frary stated that the 1951 debt
of the foundation was in the neigh-
borhood of $5,000,000, made up of
little debts throughout counties inl
48 states. This means, he said, that
the 1952 Mar.ch of Dimes is already
mortgaged for this amount before
a cent can be set aside for research.
or for the contingencies, that lie
Miss Emma Stevenson of Wewa-
hitchka will be in charge of the:
drive in that area, Mrs. E. L. Ho-
baugh at Beacon Hill, and Mrs-. W.
J. Strickland in Port-St. Joe. Mrs-
J. C. Culpepper of this city will be
county treasurer, and Bob DuBell
will act as publicity-chairman and
be in charge of advance gifts.
Death Takes Lemmie L.
Ward of White City
Lemmie L. Ward, 46, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Carter Ward of White
City, died at 6:20 p. m. Thursday of
last week following a prolonged ill-
ness. Born in Bruce, Fla., he had
been a resident of White City since
In addition to his parents he is
survived by three sisters, Mrs. Nita
Brandon of Pensacola, Mrs. Hazel
Stafford of White City and Mrs-
Della Spotts of Norfolk, Va.
Funeral services were held Sat-
urday morning in the Ward home
at White 'City, conducted by Rev-
L. J. Keels of this city and Rev. W.
A. Daniel of Wewahitchka, and a
church service was conducted at
Bruce by Rev. Keels. Burial was in
the Miller cemetery at Bruce. The
Comforter Funeral Home of this
city was in charge of arrangements.
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Personals Clubs Churches
MYRTICE O. SMITH, Editor PHONE 51
Bridal Shower Honors Order of Eastern Star Elects
Miss Betty Darcey Officers for Ensuing Year
Miss Betty Darcey was honored Election of officers for the ensu-
with a miscellaneous bridal shower ing year was the order of business
Thursday evening of last week by at a regular meeting of Gulf Chap-
Mrs.'M. C. Edwards and Miss Akna ter 191, Order of Eastern Star, held
Baggett in the home of the former Tuesday night in the Masonic hall.
on Long Avenue. The rooms where Officers elected and appointed
the guests were entertained were are: Bessie Roberts, worthy ma-
decorated with Christmas greens tron; W. A. Roberts, worthy pa-
and red berries, suggestive of the tron; Lois Chism, associate ma-
Yule season. tron; Foy Scheffer. associate pa-
After a contest of "Hearts" and tron; George Core, secretary; Phyl-
writing telegrams to the honoree, !is Chandler, treasurer; Flossie
the guests were invited into the Wilson. conductress; Callie Howell,
dining room where party squares, associate conductress; Neva Crox-
punch, salted nuts and mints were ton, chaplain; Marie Costin, mar-
served by the hostesses from the shal; Myrtice Smith, pianist; Daisy
beautifully appointed table to the Johnson, Ada; Mabel Swatts, Es-
honor guest, her mother, Mrs. J. L. their; Claudia Sewell, Ruth; Eula
Darcey, and her sister, Mrs. George Dickie, Martha; Mary Fowhand,
Lunsford of Tyndall Field, and to Electa; Ralph 'Swatts, sentinel, and
Miss Sarah Witt, Miss Elaine Gore, Wisterlone Richetson. warder.
Miss Marian Watts, Mrs. L. J. Trex- After the close of the business,
ler, Mrs. W. P. Gilbert, Mrs. Carl the conductress, Lois Chism. asked
Norton, Mrs. J. O. Baggett. Mrs. W. to approach the east, after which
C. Roche and Mrs. W. L. Smith. she led the officers in a circle be-
Miss Darcey then opened her many fore the east and presented the
lovely gifts for all to admire. outgoing matron, Onnie Greer, with
enrding' -ifts but unable to be a gift. The associate conductress,
present were Miss Virginia Shelton,
Miss Joan Trexler, Miss Margaret
Lawrence, Mrs. Norman Allemore,
Miss Teresa Edwards, Mrs. Charles
Stevens, Mrs. M: K. Hurlbut, Mrs.
J. T. Simpson, Mrs. George Wim-
berly Jr., Mrs. Les Hubbell, Mrs.
Sue'Cox Spaulding, Mrs. Ralph W.
Jackson, Miss Anita Whaley, Mrs.
Grady Plair, Mrs. C. F. Gautreaux,
Miss Marilyn Rowan, Mrs. Kathryn
Brown, Mrs. B. W. Eells, Mrs. Mar-
garet Johnson and Mrs. Robert Tap-
Flossie Wilson, presented George
Core, the outgoing patron, with a
gift. A program appropriate to the
occasion was then rendered, clos-
ing with all singing "Auld Lang
Syne," after which the worthy ma-
tron and worthy patron. thanked
the officers for the gifts.
Worthy Matron Greer then asked
the conductress to present the star
points to the east,,also her other
officers, at which time she pre-
sented each officer and member
per. who received the degrees of the or-
Sper. t der during her tenure of office with
a gift as a token of her apprecia-
Junior Women Guests At tion for their, loyal support during
Meeting of Woman's.Club her year.ir' work.. Sistr Esther Bar-
The Derrobe -i neit.n: of Ihe tee, t l ..'itrer mother, was es-
Port St. Joe Woman's Club was corted to the east and presented
held last week in the downstairs with a gift, by the outgoing worthy
assembly room of the First Metho- matron.
dist Church, with members of the The hall was appropriately dec-
Junior Woman's Club as guests of orated for the Yule season with
honor. I lighted Christmas candles and holi-
It was reported at this time that day scenes.
the "CARE for Korea" campaign Visitors in the chapter were Mrs.
had been brought to a successful Mabel Christmas, a member now
close, the goal of $100 having been residing at Fort Myers; Mrs. C. S.
attained. Should any late contribu- Carmack of Fort Worth, Texas, and
tions come in, they will be sent in Mrs. Kate Coker of Pritchard, Ala.
immediately, as the need for this After the close of the chapter, re-
assistance is great. freshments of cup cakes and coffee
Christmas toys were brought to were served to those present.
this meeting to be sent to the Chil- i to
dren's Home Society in Pensacola, MRS. MAZAROL HOSTESS TO
and Mrs. J. L. Sharit reported that METHODIST CIRCLE THREE
a box for Thanksgiving had been Circle III of the Woman's Society
sent, the cash value of which was for Christian Service of the Metho-
$65.00. dist Church met Monday afternoon
Mrs. Edith Stone introduced three with Mrs. W. J. Mazarol in her
high school students who put on a home on 13th Street. In absence of
short playlet in the interest 'of the the chairman, Mrs. F. G. Roberts,
'TB Christmas seal sale, and Mrs. the co-chairman, Mrs. J. L. Sharit,
Ted Frary spoke briefly on the
March of Dimes drive, which will
be held during January. Mrs. W..J.
Strickland, president of the Junior
Woman's Club, will be chairman of
the "Mother's March on Polio" sec-
tion of this campaign.
Daniel Temkin, director of the
school band, presented a number of
band members who rendered sev-
eral selections, after which Rev.
Warren Lindsey, pastor of the
Methodist Church, spoke on "Spir-
The hostesses, Mrs. Rush Chism,
Mrs. H. C. 'Brown, Mrs. Roy Gibson
and Mrs. Gus Creech, served re-
freshments to fourteen members of
the Woman's Club, four members
of the Junior Club and four guests.
Next meeting of the club will be
January 2, 1952, and the program
topic will 'be "We Serve Through
Self-Development." H. E. Richards
and J. T. Simpson will speak on
"Hobbies and Happiness."
The population of 'Finland is 9%
presided over the meeting, giving
the devotional from Matt. 2:1-11,
the subject being "Come, Let Us
Adore Him." This was followed by
a talk on the second chapter o$.
Acts by Mrs. Jake Belin.
'Following a brief business ses-
sion, the hostess served refresh-
ments to'Mesdames Sharit, Belin,
R. H. Brinson, J. L. Miller, Massey
Ward, John Beasley, S. H. Jammes,
Fennon Talley; H. C. Brown, Paul
Blount, Walter Duren and 0. M.
Taylor, and two visitors, Mrs. C. J.
Bunning and Mrs. Berness Pratt.
The Port St. Joe Woman's Club
and the Junior Woman's Club wish
to express their sincere gratitude to
all those who, helped us reach our
goal of $100 during' our "CARE for
Korea" campaign. This includes all
the cash contributions, both per-
sonal and those received by local
organizations. Our special thanks
go also to the Girl Scouts for their
house-to-house canvass, and to The
Star for its wonderful co-operation.
,Mrs. J. H. Geddie,
Mrs. W. J. Strickland,
"Care for Korea" Chm.
HELLO, WORLD! DEMONSTRATION COUNCIL
ENJOYS CHRISTMAS PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Levins of this The Gulf county Senior Home
city announce the birth of a daugh- Demonstration Council met last Fri-
ter on Friday, December 7, at the day in the American Legion build-
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital. ing at Wewahitchka for the annual
SIt It Christmas luncheon and party.
Mrs. W. Pete-Comforter Is A short business meeting was held
Honoree At Baby Shower in the morning, at which time all
Members of the American Le- council officers were re-elected to
gion Auxiliary were hostesses on serve another year. Plans were also
Thursday of last week at the Le- completed to take a second box of
gion home when they honored Mrs. handicraft supplies to the state hos-
William P. Comforter with a baby pital at Chattahoochee, which was
shower for her little five-month-old carried to the hospital Tuesday.
adopted son, "Rocky." A number of Following a covered dish luncheon
games and contests were enjoyed, several games were played and
with prizes going to Mrs. Gordon gifts exchanged. The door prize was
Thomas and Mrs. Oscar Roberts. won by Mrs. Claudia Sewell, White
Mrs. Parker Hart was assisted City. Twenty-five members were in
by Mrs. W. J. Daughtry and Mrs. attendance, with the Jolly Circle
Robert Tapper in decorating the Club as hostess.
hall for the occasion. Little Sharon I I
Gay, wearing a party dress of pink Advertising doesn't cost, it PAYS!
and blue, presented the gifts in a
pink and blue wagon. the wagon
being a gift from Parker Hart (with Dr. Charles Reicherter
the inscription "Gulf Manufactur- PTOMETRIST
ing Co." on the side).
Refreshments were served to EYES AMINED
Mesdames Alex Young, Oscar Rob- GLASSES FITTED
erts, Robert Tapper, Quincy Hardy, S
W. J. Daughtry, P. G. Hart, James RITZ, THEATRE BUILDING
Guilford, Arthur Cook, W. D. Jones, FIRST FLOOR
Charles Stevens, N. F. Allemore, J.
('ha ai a I, eHOURS a TO 5 PHONE 56es
L. Sharit, Madeline Whitaker, E.
R. DuBose, Mark Tomlinson, E. W. PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA
Marlow, Gordon Thomas, and Flor- CLOSED WEDNESDAY AFTERNIINS
rir Connelln 11 -
Sending gifts 'but unable to be
present were Mesdames C. G. Cos-
tin, Robert Bellows, W. S. Smith,
George Gore, W. I. Carden, J. 0.
Baggett, Chester Edwards, B. E.
Kenney Jr., J. L. Miller and Den-
SET FOR DECEMBER 26
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hardy of
White City are announcing the ap-
proaching marriage of their daugh-
ter, Margaret Ann, to Jack Little-
ton Mahon, both of this city, at St.
Joseph's Catholic Church, Decem-
ber 26, at 4:30 p. m. Reception im-
mediately following the ceremony
at the Methodist Church.
No invitations are" being sent in
the city, but all friends and. rela-
tives of the couple are invited.
PLANS COMPLETED FOR
SECOND 'HOLIDAY HOUSE'
The Azalea Circle of the Port St.
Joe Garden Club has completed its
plans for the second "Holiday
House." This affair will be held in
the home of Mrs. B. E. Kenney on
December 16 from 4 to 6 p. m.
The Yuletide display will include
arrangements for tables, mantels
and all types of interior decoration.
A silver offering will be taken,
and the proceeds will be used to
buy trees to plant along the city's
Dr. Joseph B. Spear
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
Broken Lenses Duplicated
DAILY PROGRAM -
30 MINUTE DEVOTIONAL
(Including stories of the Christ
Child and Christmas Music)
30 MINUTE WORK PERIOD
15 MINUTE LUNCH AND
45 MINUTE OUTDOOR PLAY
30 MINUTE SINGING AND
30 MINUTE STORY-TELLING
Mrs. Teresa Johnson
Mrs. Ida Ethel Brown
A Martin Theatre
SPort St. Joe, Fla.
DEDICATEDP TO COMMUNITY SERVICE"
OPENS SATURDAYS SUNDAYS AT 1:00 P. M.
OUS PERFORMANCE DAILY AT 2:45 P. M.
-- Plus -- ------ Also ---
LATEST NEWS and Cartoon,
LATEST NEWS and Cartoon, "FAGIN'S FRESHMAN"
"GROAN AND GRUNT"
1> 0t4;.-0 4
--- FEATURE No. I ---
--- FEATURE No. 2
ILEO GORCEY ^ BOWERY BOYS
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Chapter 3 of.Serial
"The Invisible Monster"
and Cartoon, "DROOPY'S
H. ALLEN SMITH',
I mucus TALE!
DOO," and Sport Short,
"Football Winning Ways"
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
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GO TO A MOVIE/
THEATRE TODAY! /
Celebrating the GOLDEN JUBILEE of the American Movie Theatre
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1951
CLUB TO MEET
The H;ighland View Home Dem-
onstration Club will meet lat the
Methodist Church on Tuesday, De-
cember 18, at 3 p. m. for its Christ-
mas party and program. Members
are asked to bring a gift. Refresh-
ments will be served.
(Additional Society on page 10)
The Store With the Right
Customers Before Xmas!
You are always welcome
at Bishop Jewelry Store!
We Have for You
Elgin Watches, Rings, Brace-
lets, Necklaces, Pins, Cigaret
Lighters, Ear Rings, Simmons
Watch Chains, Billfolds and
Many Other Gifts.
We have that famous ROBOT
Watch for Ladies and Gents.
Use Our Lay-Away Plan
Across from Port Theater
FRDY DEEME 14 195 THE STAR POT ST JOE GULF COUTY FLOD PAG THE
CHRISTMAS PARTY ENJOYED
BY 4-H GIRLS OF COUNTY
Mary Geddie of this city and Mar-
tha Costin of Beacon Hill presented
the winning team demonstration in
the 4-H county contest held Satur-
day in Wewahitchka. The winners
will attend the Florida State Fair
in February where they will give a
demonstration in the 4-H booth. All
'4-H Club members were eligible to,
participate in the contest. Iduma
BUSINESS WOMEN'S CIRCLE NOVEMBER MEET OF WOMAN'S
HOLDS CHRISTMAS PROGRAM CLUB WITH MRS. J. C. BELIN
The Business Woman's Circle of The November meeting of the St.
the First Baptist Church held its Joe Woman's Club was held at the
Lottie Moon Christmas program home of Mrs. J. C. Belin on Garri-
Tuesday night of last week at the son Avenue. The president, Mrs. R.
home of Mrs. Ralph Jackson. Christ- W. Smith, conducted the routine
mas records were played during business, after which'the program
collection of the special offering, chairman, Mrs. J. H. Geddie, intro-
which amounted to $30.63. Mrs. Joe ducted the speakers of the after-
E. McLeod, program chairman, pre- noon, Miss Katherine Jeter, who
sided. spoke on "Student Counseling In
Wood of White City and Frances Refreshments were served to Mes-
Lewis of Oak Grove placed second dames J. T. Wilson, Joe E. McLeod,
in the team contest. Money for the Blake Thomason, Andrew Martin,
trip has been earned by the 4-H Lillian McNair, A. C. Stephens, E.
girls of the county. J. Baxley, Jerome Bracewell, Ralph
In addition to the team demon- Jackson, Jimmy McNeill, Dan Har-
stratipn contest, a 4-H program was ris and Carl Norton Jr., and the
held. Club officers were installed Misses Alma Baggett, Sue Stewart,
at this time in the candle-light ser- Mary Alice Leeton, Frieda DeWitt
vice, and announcements of entries and Marion Watts.
in the state contest were made.
Pins and certificates were awarded
to 'Molly Joy Gay, Iris Davis, Mar-
tha Costin, Ellen Sue Gaskin and
Nancy Maddox. In the state contest
for 4-H girls 10 to 14 years old, Iris
Davis placed third in girls' records
and Martha Costin placed second in
A number of songs were sung by
the group, and Sybil Weeks of this,
city gave a poem, "The 4-H Girl." A
Christmas party was then enjoyed
by the group of approximately fifty
girls attending. Refreshments were
served by Mrs. Estelle Parramore,
Mrs. Herbert Flowers, Mrs. Joe
Flint, Mrs. J. A. Glenn and Mrs. L.
The 4-H girls, as part of their ac-
tivities, have made up a Christmas
Sbox to be given to some needy fam-
ily during the Christmas season.
Home gardeners usually prefer to
spread organic fertilizer in the fall
inasmuch as the winter distributes
it well into the soil.
Sunlight is more important in
providing tomatoes with vitamin C
than the variety, growing condi-
tions, color of the fruit or any
the Sclools," and Don Kumm, who
spoke on "Recreation."
Refreshments were served to ten
members and three guests present.
Mrs. Roland Allen of Panama City
was a guest, and the club at this
time welcomed Mrs. C. S. Carmack
as a new member.
Home After Six-Month Visit
Mrs. E. B. Green returned to her
home here Sunday after a visit of
six months in Whigham, Ga., with
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Walden.
It pays to advertise-try it!
We wish to announce to our many friends and
neighbors in and around Port St. Joe and to the
customers of Laurimore's Grocery in Highland View
that we have purchased the store and will
appreciate all the business you can give
us. Please come by to see us and
let us sell you what you need
MR. AND MRS. P. T. McCORMICK
i Do you have a little one of your own-or a
favorite niece or grandchild?
Of course you'll want to give her the toys that mean so much
at Christmas. But this year give her another gift too ...
a United States Defense Bond that will go on earning interest
for a full twenty years if she wants it to!
-She'll love her toys now. But in years to come she'll love you
for the thoughtfulness which provided her with this gift
Make a Christmas-shopping stop at the bank and investigate
the wonderful possibilities of bonds and savings accounts
as presents for those you love.
You'll want to learn more about our Christmas ,
Savings Club, too!
For your youngsters' security, and for your country's, too-
give a United States Defense Bond this Christmas!
Say-. .. 0 F F E E
SwIf..andbe sure C 0 FFEE
Backbone lb. 49c
Pork Ribs Ib. 49c
with any 40c purchase of
Th7 S Government does not pay for this advertising. The Treasury Department
thanks, for deir patriotic donation the Advertising Council and
FLORIDA BANK AT. PORT ST. JOE
FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP"
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
;;(~;~ ~E,,,~ \r. in. .:-
LARGE BAG _-. -. 75c
6 for 15c
Large Limes 10c Doz.
Large each 5c
R IC'7S SUPER-MARKET
Port St. Joe, Fla.
THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1951
SPECIALS for THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL! NO PIN FEATHERS!
FRYERS Dressed Ib. 39c
FRESH PORK FRESH PORK
HALF or WHOLE
03c b. 71C 9 b.
ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL! Sw ift's
ONE PACKAGE Brookfield
with every piece of
w 0 No. 10 ^
Cooking O il Jug $ I39
g--; -r ast INat EmaIkes HOT D 0 OGS
S5. C, each
and have a cup of
1~; `~ ?r.
PAE OU TE TA, OR S. OE GLFCONT, LOID FIDYDE MBR1,95
Published Every Friday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
W. S. SMITH, Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,
Reporter, Proof Reader and Bookkeeper
Entered as -cowl-elass matter, December 10, 1937, at the
Postoffi.ce. I',rt St. .I,,e, liI., under Act of March 3. 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR $2.00 SIX MONTHS $1.00
THREE MONTHS $127.15
-*. TELEPHONE 51 j3.-
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in adver-
tisements, the publishers do not hold themirel4'es liable lor
damages further than amount received, for such advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word
is thoughtfullyv \viigll. The spoken word barely asserts;
the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word
:s lost; the printed word remains.
Our Country -'" Right or Wrong
COOLIDGE SET A FINE PRECEDENT
Recent disclosures of shocking irregularities in
high places in the government turns our mind
back to the scandals of the Harding administra-
tion. President Coolidge came to the White
House shortly after these crimes began to be ex-
posed. He ordered a sweeping investigation, re-
gardless of whom it touched or where it might
lead. Relentless prosecution of the malefactors
followed. The president's full weight was behind
this all the way, even though some of the men
involved had been prominent in his own party.
The country now has a right to ask: 'Will simi-
lar action be taken in the present setup? Or will
a few of the lesser crooks be thrown to the wolves
and the remainder covered up?
We'll give you but one guess on this. With
your friend (he ain't ours) Harry Truman con-
tinuously asserting that his henchmen can do no
wrong and that they are all little angels come Three Get Unemployment Checks
down to earth to lead us to Utopia we doubt For the week ending December 1
'three persons in Gulf county were
that little will be done. In.fact, his presidential three persons in Gulf country w er
paid a total of $100 for being with-
outbursts against experienced lawyers, newsmen out jobs, according to the state in-
and news services are become more and more dustrial commission.
blasphemous and "liar" is becoming one of his
most-frequently used words.
The current scandals have gone deeply in gov- Come In for A Game of P
eminent bodies which should be conducted on
the highest conceivable plane of-honor, decency OYSTERS ON T
and ethics-notably the internal revenue bureau
and the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. and remember, we still h
They have run all the way from clearly illegal
acts to the use of "influence" and "connections" ST. JOE BAR
P, ST. JOE BAR I
which are reminiscent of the most flagrant Tam-
many ward-heeling. To put it bluntly, the whole Phone 1 1 4
mess stinkl- to high heaven.
Truman can perform one of the greatest ser-
vices of his career if, as President Coolidge did
before him, he orders that the current scandals
be completely investigated and completely made
public-and makes that order stick. But he won't,
for he is a protege of the old Pendergast machine 00npyrigh
and he is beginning to show it more and more in CoPyn
his talk and his tactics. Syn
We are not getting our eyeglasses and teeth
from the government as they are doing in Social-
istic England, but we are getting other things at
the taxpayers' expense. We call the English gov-
ernment socialistic. Have we found a name for
ours yet?-Pittsburg (Texas) Gazette.
If you put off until tomorrow what you should
do todav, there probably will be a higher tax
Breathes there a man with soul so dead who
never in his youth has called "Yoo-hoo" at a
Horses suffer from a multitude of
.oot ailments, including such famil-
iar human complaints as corns, flat
feet, tight shoes, and even a form of
Pool, and Then Try Our...
*HE HALF SHELL
ave that Draft Beer on tap
Port St. Joe, Florida
Available from Commercial News Providers"
TEN YEARS AGO
From the Files of The Star
Asks War Declaration
President Roosevelt Monday re-
quested congress to pass a declara-
tion of war against the Japanese
Empire after the sneak attack last
Sunday on Pearl Harbor.
Canal Bridge Uncertain
Hopes of getting a steel-and-con-
crete draw span over the canal at
White City went a-glimmering this
week when the state road depart-
ment stated that federal aid funds
were to be withdrawn from all non-
defense highway construction due
to scarcity of steel.
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Costin of
Wewahitchka announce the arrival
of a 7%-pound son at a Panama
City hospital on December 12.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Maddox of
this city announce the engagement
and approaching marriage of their
daughter, Clara, to Lieut. Norman
Iranson of Philadelphia, the wed-
-ding to take place late in December.
Eastern Star Elects Officers
Officers for the ensuing year were
elected by the Order of Eastern
Star Tuesday evening, as follows:
Lovie Coburn, worthy matron; Os-
car Roberts, worthy patron; Miss
Mlyrtice Coody, associate matron;
Byrd Parker, associate patron; Mrs.
Patty Gibson, secretary; Florazell
Connell, treasurer. Bessie Smith,
conductress; Euphamia Roberts, as-
Engagement of Miss Dickens Told
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Dickens are
announcing the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their daugh-
ter, Estelle Kathleen, to William T.
Mosely Jr.. of this city, son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Mosely of Quincy.
The wedding will be an event of
the holiday season.
Service Officer To Be Here
'Preston Nicholas, assistant state
service officer, will be at the city
hall today from 8:30 to 11 a. m. for
the purpose of assisting veterans
or their dependents with any prob-
lems they may have.
THRIFTIER OPERATION REDUCED MAINTENANCE FEWER REPLACEMENTS
ml /i // / .
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America has made Chevrolet
Advance-Design trucks its
No. 1 choice, because Chevrolet
trucks consistently do more work
for the money cut hauling
costs. This outstanding econ-
omy stems from Chevrolet's
great engineered-in features-
powerful valve-in-head engine,
w More Chevrolet trucks in use
than any other make!
(Continuation of standard equipment and frim illus-
trated is dependent on availability of material.) ADVANCE-DESIGN TRUCKS
'GARRAWAY CHEVROLET COMPANY
Corner Williams Ave. and 4th St.
24-Hour Wrecker Service
durable channel-type frame,
rugged rear axle and dozens
of other money-saving advan-
tages. Follow the lead of
America's largest group of truck
owners. Choose a Chevrolet
Advance-Design Truck and
save! Come in and see us-and
get the right truck for your job.
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORID.A
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1951
While theq last! Setof
wirth purchase of 7Gallons of Gasoline!
S H Se kids
Afr the kids
Offered by dealers
displaying this sign....
DON'T MISS THIS PARTY! Gulf stations are celebrating Gulf's
50th Anniversary with gifts galore! Drive in-we want you
to know particularly about the greatest gift you can give
your car-Gulf sure-fire NO-NOX gasoline,
Get Gulf NO-NOX for
~ ~ ~~*... Sure-fire power for instant starting!
....... '........... a Sure-fire power for smoother idling, easier cruising!
Sure-fire power that lets you pass with confidence,
take the hills with knockless ease!
Power-FULL Gulf NO-NOX brings out
.. your car's FULL horsepower!
af qour neDJegf GulP WIion
FRIlDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1951
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLOMDAp
IN RUSTLING TAFFETA!
For Holiday wear; beauties!
Sizes 1 -3 Sizes 3-12
LADIES' LOVELY RAYON
In rayon jersey with lace trims;
pastels. For Christmas!
TERRIFIC! GIVE "HER"
Suedines, leathers, plastics.
SPECIAL PURCHASE! MEN'S
Natural water-repellent fabric; mouton
lamb collar; quilted lining.
JUST IMAGINE! MEN'S
For Christmas giving!
5 Pr. $1.00
Complete Size Ranges
"Royal Choice" because they're fit for a
queen and we consider you, our
customer, a queen! Rich crepes, failles,
taffetas. Favorite colors expensive
Give "Lady Patricia"
NYLON HOSE .
51 Gauge, 15 Denier. New shades. /,
Sizes 81/2 to 11. '"
MEN'S FINE QUALITY WHITE GIFT
fM .SHIR TS
SSensational at this
low price for gifts!
is carefully selected to be the
best possible value for the price!
Any item that does not give sat-
isfactory wear will be replaced
free of charge or your money
At Olen's the customer is always
right. We appreciate your busi-
ness and constantly strive to
\increase our service.
Pay cash and you pay less.
In wanted bedroom colors; full
double bed size. What buys!
Others $7.95 to $24.95
"Bunny Esmond" $2.98
36x50" size; deep rayon satin binding.
Boxed for gift-givingl
MEN'S FINE LEATHER
Choice of several styles.
Non-tarnishing brass buckles.
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
"Satisfaction Guaranteed With Every Purchase or Your Money Back"
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULP COUNTY, FeLORIDA
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1;4, 1951
THANK YOU PORT ST. JOE FOR A THRILLING WELCOME!
We're Ready! We're Right With Sensational
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO PLAY SANTA AT FAMOUS OLEN SAVINGS!
LADIES' RICH PINPOINT .
The Answer to "Her" Dreams! Ladies'
CHENILLE ROBES OUR GOAL
With multi-color floral design.' Gift DRESSES IS ALWAYS
Grand gifts! Gift DRESSES ALWAYS
9 cOur Own "Royal Choice" Fifth LOWEST PRICES
Avenue Fashions, At Only We carry only first quality mer-
., ..'" .'I chandise and every item we sell
M C. OY SUPER-MARKET
We Reserve the Right To Limit Quantities
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
will spend a 30-day leave here with
HIGHLAND VIEW NEWS his wife, Mrs. Essie Knight.
HIGHLAN VIW NEWS Cpl. A. J. Adkins is visiting his
By MARJORIE ROGERS grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Kelly. He has just returned from
Korea, where he spent 15 months
Mrs. G. H. Anderson of Colum- with the 3rd Division, 15th Infan-
bus, Ga., was the week-end guest of try. "I'm glad to be back home," he
her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. says, "and I am praying for the
B. D. Anderson. rest of the boys to get back home."
W. A. Griffin of Blountstown vis- Mrs. L. H. Kelly and Mr. and
ited this week with his daughter and Mrs. Pelham Revell motored to Eg-
family, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Player. lin Field Sunday, taking Pvt. Eu-
Rev. Clifton Bowers of Bonifay is gene Odin back to duty after he
conducting a revival meeting with had visited here with his grand-
Rev. Charles Raley, pastor of the mother, Mrs. Kelly:
Assembly of God Church. The re- _____
vival will continue through this Closed Season On Mullet
week and the pastors give all a
cordial invitation to attend. Effective Until Jan. 20th
Mrs. Annie S. Pitts has opened a
dress shop and invites all friends The 40-day state-wide closed sea-
to come visit her. son on mullet started at midnight
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Griffin, Mrs. Monday and will continue in effect
Jim Whitfield and son, J. L. Jr., until January 20. when taking the
were in Panama City on business fish will again become legal.
Monday. Fish dealers have until tomor-
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Colman Jr.,
and daughter, of Jacksonville, are
visiting with the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Colman.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Charlie Clements of
Youngstown were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Capps and
Miss Ovida Kemp.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Griffin vis-
ited in Altha last Friday with the
latter's father, Charles Whitfield.
The Church of God has just closed
a very successful revival meeting,
the preaching being done by a 17-
year-old youth, Rev. Joe Coleman
of Ruskin. Fla., this being his first
revival. There was a good attend-
ance and a number of conversions.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Raffield and
Rev. and Mrs. Alton McKeithen at-
tended a three-day Frophet school
in Houston, Texas, last week.
Mrs. Sue Whitfield of Altha spent
the past week with her son and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whitfield
and daughter Katherine.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Suggs and
son Glenn of Enterprise, Ala.. spent
the week-end with Mrs. Suggs' par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Griffin
and sons, Jimmy and Jackie.
Pvt. Alonzo Knight has just- re-
turned from Korea, where he spent
15 months with the engineers. He
row (December 15) to sell supplies
of fresh and fresh-salted mullet on
hand. Frozen mullet may be handled
after tomorrow if it had been pro-
cessed before the season closed
and those who deal in it can prove
it was taken on or before last Mon-
Advertising Doesn't Cost It PAYS
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is herebr giveu that pursuant to
Chalter 2i 3. .Law:s of Florida. Acts of
1941, the ulndersined persons intend to
register ith the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gof Cnlf t'ounin. Florida, four w weeks after
I th'st oliblic'iiion of this notice, thie fie
iitious or ir. ie name under \which they will
Ie et"';ed in business Indl inll niiel said
lusilsi iis to ie carried on. to-wit: E.\RI
AT'CISlN. I'ort S e. Joe, Florida. First pu-i
!ication I)eembher 14, 1951.
rT. E. Al'STIN.
1-i CATHERINE NEEL, BIJZZETT.
Phone 326, Day or Night
601 LONG AVENUE
Port St. Joe Florida
- -rurs~* i -a l \------ =-
We are announcing the opening
You are cordially invited to be-
come a member of our 1952 club.
We have distributed nearly $4,000
this year; did you get a part of it?
S. Wouldn't it be a big help this
Christmas if you had received a
check for $50 or more?
Resolve to start this year so you
may have funds for Christmas next
FLORIDA BANK AT PORT ST. JOE
FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Grade A EGGS
Port St. Joe, Fla.
PORK CHOPS Ib. 54c
CRISCO 3 Ib. Can 89c
MOKED HAMr HALF Ib. 54c
CHOCOLATE FUDGE, WHITE and YELLOW
Pillsbury CAKE MIX Pkg. 33c
WHITE MEAT Ib. 27c
Highway 98 and 4th St.
HERE IS A REAL
CHK OTMA$5" SPECIAL
This Offer Good Until December 25th -
* OVERALL LUBRICATION-- Including inspection of
your car from radiator to 1 0 0I
rear end, for ----------
* BRAKE SPECIAL Examination of brake lining and
pack front wheel bearing
* INSPECTION OF TIRES Plus cross-switching the
wheels to save you money on wear and 5 C
mileage, for --------- a -
* HEADLIGHT aim corrected at no charge.
* Stop Lights and other warning lights checked at no
* COMPLETE TUNE-UP For snappier performance
and increased mileage $ 3
economy, for ----------
(PARTS NOT INCLUDED)
GET ANY ONE OR ALL OF THESE BARGAINS AT
St. Joe Motor Co.
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1951
I i S PORT ST G
Calhoun Editor To
Act As Guinea Pig In
Election Law Test
Seeks Court Ruling On Legality of
Ads Received From Others Than
Wallace Finlay, editor and pub-
lisher of the Calhoun County Record
at Blountstown, will act as a guinea
pig for a test of the legality of cer-
tain portions of the new election
laws. The court test will be made
through Finlay by the Florida Press
Association and the Florida Associ-
ation of Broadcasters with J. Ken-
neth Ballinger, Tallahassee attor-
ney, filing the papers.
Ballinger has drawn up a suit re-
questing the Calhoun county circuit
court for a declaratory decree on
the rights of Finlay to accept and
to buy political advertising under
conditions that appear to violate the
state election code. It names At-
torney General Richard W. Ervin
and State Attorney Mercer Spear
The suit specifically questions the
section which requires all expendi-
tures on behalf of a political candi-
date to be cleared through the can-
didate's campaign treasurer.
Finlay said he intends to receive
advertisements from persons voic-
ing their political views, and he also
intends to submit political ads writ-
ten by him for publication in The
Star and the Gulf County Breeze in
His complaint is that the law's
provisions tend to restrain him "in
the free exercise of his right to
publish a newspaper" and to pre-
vent him "from employing the nor-
mal avenues of trade in his rela-
tionships with citizens."
Worm medicines may harm pets
and livestock more than the para-
sites they are intended to destroy,
especially if the animals are in a
v.eaki ne. c,",ridi ion
12 H. P. SEA-BEE
---- NOW AT -----
Phone 388 Port St. Joe
what their butcher is giving them. in the past, we armed our wife with
STARD UvST and 1 Here's OPS's definition: a yardstick to measure ten (10)
S an "Regular chuck means the por- inches to the 5th rib. and a T-square
MOONSHINE tion of the cross-cut chuck remain- to be sure that the cut was made
ing after the severance of the fore- perpendicular to the contour of the
shank and brisket from the cross- outside of the skin surface of the
You folks may have been wonder- cut chuck, and containing most of cross-cut chuck so that we would
Sthe blade bbne (scapula), part of have allof the scapula and par: of
ing whatever in the world happened the arm bone (humerus), pa-t oflthe arm bone (humerus) without
to this no-good column during the the five ribs (1st to 5th inclusive), any :brisket mixed up with the cer-
past few weeks, but the truth is that section of the backbone at- vical vertebrae, and sent her over
Ye Ed has been tied down with too tached to the ribs and the neckbone
much work to even think about (cervical vertibrae from 1 to 7 in- -
getting around to turning it out. If elusive), which portion shall be ob-
we can ever get any hired help, per- tained by a cut through the cross-
haps we can become a bit more reg- cut chuck made in a straight line
ular with our Stardust stint. ... perpendicular to the contour to the
Only reason you're getting it this outside or skin surface of the cross-
week is that a ready-made piece of cut chuck (therby separating the
copy showed up. brisket and foreshank from the
We get one, two or three letters cross-cut chuck) starting at a fixed
a day from the OPS office in Jack- point on the inside of the fifth rib
sonville, but very seldom open 'em. determined by measuring off ten 9
since if we tried to publish all the (10) inches along the 5th rib in a
so-called "news" from that office straight line from the center of the
we'd have to add at least three ex- protruding edge of the 5th thoracic
tra pages to The Star every week. vertebra, continuing in the same
. However, we do pick'one up straight line to the tip of the for- Here are some suggest
occasionally and pry it open out of ward end of the breast bone (for- Gift List that are pra
idle curiosity. We done so the other ward end of 1st segment of stern-
day and it contained a release defin- um), and passing through the arm HR M VNT SHA
ing a chuck roast and how to bone (humerus) in the same straight CR VENT
hack it off the carcass.. ... Ap- line to complete the cut." SAFETY LIGHT with
parently OPS is of the opinion that Feeling that we may have been
housewives ought to know exactly getting gypped on our chuck roasts TlCCl E lICqEMCED
HOTEL ST. JOE DINING ROOM
OPEN CHRISTMAS DAY
Full Course Dinners -- A La Carte Orders
EVERYTHING FROM BANQUET TO SANDWICH
CALL 410 FOR RESERVATIONS
II -- ------PII -I
to Rich's Super-Market to bring us
back a choice piece of chuck roast
according to OPS definition.
We had liver for supper.
If you will count the chirps a
cricket makes a minute, divide by
4 and add 40 the answer should be
roughly the Fahrenheit tempera-
ions for your Christmas
ticall and inexpensive.
DES, Set -- $12.50
U IIJJVL wlll Ei E- -l--l--------------- C v
DeLUXE STEERING WHEEL --_--$19.95
NO-GLARE REAR VIEW MIRROR $ 4.35
----- SEE THEM AT-----
GARRAWAY CHEVROLET COMPANY
Phone 388 -389
,Port St. Joe, Fla.
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The Geat New 1052
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The only way to fully appreciate Pontiac's
wonderful new Dual-Pange performance is
to try it for yourself.
There has never before been anything quite
like this. combination of Pontiac's high-
compression engine, the new GM Dual- --:..
Range Hydra-Matic* and Pontiac's high- -U) /
performance, economy axle You can select,--- -
with a flick of your finger, exactly the power .:
you want, when you want it, where you i ..
want it-instantly, automatically! \ \ *-'--
When you combine this basic engineering 1 v. 2
advance with Pontiac's beauty, economy
and durability you can see why dollar for
dollar you can't beat a Pontiac. Come on in THE POWER YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT WHERE VOU WAN.T iT
and drive it! *O/iottonal atrxtra Cost
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DOLLAR FOB DOLLAR Y'OU CAN'T MEAT A PONTIAC
WIMBERLY PONTIAC COMPANY
Corner Second Street and Monument Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY; FLORIDA
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1951
MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSION grants in Race for
Wewahitchka, Florida e ach load of clay or sand that his Governor Are Putting
December 4. 1951 dragline loads and $6.00 for each I
The Board of County Commis- load his trucks ha-u! for the county. te Cas On Line
sioners of Gulf county, Florida, met Commissioner Daniels moved that -
in regular monthly session with the the county advertise to purchase
following members present: B. E. one 2-ton tuck, with platform dump Seven Candidates To Date Have
Kenney, chairman; Jim S. Daniel, body, etc. Motion seconded by Com- Spent Only $12,005; Odham
Tobe Gay, Peter G. Strange and J. missioner Miller and upon vote was Tops the List
F. Miller. The ckerk, sheriff and At- duly carried. Whereupon the chair-
torney Cecil G. Costin Jr., were also man instructed the clerk to adver-
present. tise for one 2-ton truck, with plat- Florida's campaign for governor,
The meeting came to order at 9 form dump body, etc., with bids to which eventually will cost millions
o'clock a. m. and the following pro- be received until 9:00 o'clock a. m. of dollars before it is finished next
ceedings were had: January 8, 1952. November, so far has run seven
Minutes of the November 6th Commissioner Daniels told the candidates a total of only $12,005.
meeting were read, approved and board that he thought the road crew total of only 1200.
adopted. would appreciate receiving a part This is the combined amount of
The home demonstration agent of their December wages before expenditures which the candidates
and farm agent presented their an- Christmas, and moved the board to have listed with Secretary of State
nual reports for the year ending No- pay all county road employees all Bob Gray under the new law re-
vember 30, 1951, and their monthly time they may have worked thru
reports for the month of November, December 22nd on that date; mo- quiring a strict financial account-
1951, and the same were ordered tion seconded by Commissioner Mil- ing from all political aspirants.
filed in the office of the clerk of the ler and upon vote was duly carried. George Pagliaro of Lantana. late-
circuit court as part of the county 'Mr. John C. Arbogast came be- comer to the gubernatorial race,
records. fore the board and told of road con.- o r to t r
The chairman announced that the editions and drainage problems nearhasot yet filed a financial state-
first -business to be considered his home in Beacon Hill. The chair- ment, since he only announced last
would be that of the petition of Mr. man told Mr. Arbogast that this week.
A. D. Lawson to close certain roads work would be taken care of as J. Brailey Odham has laid out the
in Winona Gardens Subdivision. soon as possible.
The clerk informed the board that The following outstanding county most cash-$3,895. He also has re-
the St. Joe Paper Company had warrants were ordered cancelled, ceived the largest donations, total-
withdrawn their objection to the pe- to-wit: No."2305 of 9/14/48 to Bur- ing $4,257.
'tition of Mr. A. D. Lawson to close ley E. Parker, on Gen. Fund, $2.00; Alto Adams and Bill Hendrix are
certain roads in Winona Gardens No. 732 of 12/5/50 to Mrs. D. E. running necka
Subdivision. Whereupon Mr. A. D. Cumbie on Gen. Fund, $8.00, and running neck-and-neck in the cam-
Lawson informed the board that anl No. 3952 of 6/5/51 to Mrs. Lula paign expenditures and contribu-
parties interested in his petition re- Beard on Mother's Pension Fund, tions. Adams reports total expenses
questing the county to close certain $3.00. of $2,905 and contributions of $3,-
roads in the Winona Gardens Sub- The clerk informed the board that 285, while Hendrix lists $2,953 for
division were now in agreement Chapter 26,874, Laws of Florida,
with the said petition. Whereupon Acts of 1951, discontinues certain expenses and donations of $3.972.
the chairman called for anyone ob- funds in the annual -budget of the Dan McCarty, who ran second to
jecting to the said petition to come board of county commissioners and Fuller Warren in 1948, apparently
before the board to be heard, and that these funds now have certain hasn't gotten his campaign in high
there being no objections, Colmmis- bank balances that should be trais-
sioner Miller offered the following ferred into the proper funds. A list gear. He announced October 24, but
resolution and moved for its adop- of the said funds and the bank bal- has spent only $746 and received
tion; seconded by Comm. Strange, ances were presented to the board. contributions of $760.
and upon vote was unanimously Whereupon Commissioner Strange Other candidates and their fi-
carried, offered the following resolution and
RESOLUTION moved for its adoption; seconded nancial outgo and intake are Dale
Whereas, A. D. Lawson petitioned by Commissioner Gay and upon Spencer of Kissimmee, $100 and
the IBoard of County Commission- vote was duly carried.: $100; Bruce Stevens of Tampa,
ers of Gulf county, Florida, under RESOLUTION $1,405 and $1,578, and W. C. Elmore
authority of Section 343.34, F.S.A., _Whereas, Chapter 26,874, Laws of of St. Petersburg, 50c expense and
to set a time and place for a pub- Florida, Acts of 1951, discontinues S P b c x es and
lic hearing on the question of the certain funds in the Annual Budget $2 in contributions.
advisability of closing the following of the Board of County Commis- McCarty, Adams and Odham are
described streets located in Winona sioners of Gulf County to-wit: considered the major contenders in
Gardens Subdivision of Gulf county, Agriculture and Livestock Fund, the race because of past experience
Florida, to-wit: Health Unit Fund, County Co-oper-
All that portion of the following active Budget Fund, Courthouse and at gaiinin votes. The others are
described roads or streets lying Jail Building Fund, Race Track newcomers to politics.
East of State Road 71, and lo- Fund, St. Joe Municipal Hospital -(
cated in Winona Gardens Subdi- Fund, Mother's Pension Fund, and -it.pays to ..iJ-rn,--rry it
vision of Gulf County, Florida, a County Service Officer Fund, and; ;
subdivision of the WY of Section Whereas, the above-named funds
5. Township 6 South, Range 9 had a cash balance in the County 55!9 IFa'li Hill, janitor......... 100.00
WTest, to-wit: (a) Lewis Road, Depository at the end of the 1950- 6 Cn. ral Forda ub c losis... 130
0.5il Central Florida Tubercuiosis
(b) Draper Road, (c) Seminole 1951 fiscal year, and, Hospital, county\ patients..... 77.50
Road, (d) Lawrence Road, Whereas, it now becomes neces- 562 Southwest Florida Tuberculosis
and, sary to transfer the cash balances Hospital, county patients..... 1.25
and, sary to transfer the cash ,balances 5( Gulf Coast Electric Oo-opera-
Whereas, the hearing was held on in said funds to the proper funds. tive, electrical energy........ 31.73
November 6th, 1951, at the county Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved 564 St. Jos. Telephone & Telegraph
commissioners' room at the county by the Board of County Commis- Compan.y, t elpphone.......... 25.0
s565 P. F. McDaniel, supplies..... 9.00
courthouse in Wewahitchka, Flor- sioners of Gulf County, Florida, 566 Ernestine Williams, mother's
ida, at which time counsel for A. D. that the following transfers 'be ap- pension ....................6.00
Lawson and St. Joe Paper Company proved and that the clerk of this 567 vT r StLr Publishin Company,
minutes and supplies......... 51.95
appeared, and after consideration it board be authorized to, comply with 568 Northwest Florida Tuberculosis
was mutually agreed that A. D. said resolution: Hospital, county patients..... 222.50
Lawson would grant unto From To Amount Fine and Forfeiture Fund
Lawson would grant unto St. Joegriculture & Livestok General $ 289.86 85 B E. Parker, cost bills..... $1,339.00
Paper Company, should said peti- Health Unit General 443.98 S6 J. E. Pridgeon, cost bills..... 293.75
tion be granted, a perpetual ease- County Co-op. Budget General 831.76 87 F. M. Cmnpbell, conviction fees 120.00
ment over "Dr aepndcw eittoihR e municipal Hop. general 7913 8 Ccl G Cost Jr. 120.00
ment over "Dr aepndcw eittoihR County Service Officer General 92.60 89 George Y Core 28.50
meant over "Draper Road," and, IC. H. & J. Building Capital 90 C. M. Gay, retirement........ 12.?0
Whereas, no. portion of said road i Outlay Reserve 1,60O.51 91 Gulf Drug Co., supplies,. ....
constitutes or was General 15,307.15 Road and Bridge Fund
constitutes r was acquired for Rce Track Cap. Out Reserve 4,000.00 183 Oaskin Bros. Lbr. Co., lumber.$754.95
state or federal highway purposes; Race Track Fire & Forfeiture 3,000.00 184 Teague Truck & Tractor Co.,
Now, Therefore, be it resolved by Race Track Road & Bridge 3,000.00 parts ....................886.50
Mother's Pension General 3.00 181 Standard Oil Co., oil and gas. 274.67
the Board of County Commission- The following bills were present 187 est Fla. Equipment Go., parts 77.24
ers of Gulf 'County, Florida. that ed, e xmn, a prs were prejelre 188 Gray Lbr. & Supply Go., roofing 76.20
long lo dinW ed, examined, approved and ordered 189 Firestone Stores, parts..... 14.30
the following streets located in Wi- aidfroim the several county funds, 190 Taylor Parts, equipment...... 303.74
nona Gardens Subdivision of Gulf to-wit: i91 Lloyd Whitfield. salary ..... 231.50
county, Florida, to-wit: War. No. Name Purpose At 192 oseph Whitfield, labor...... 24.00
All that portion of the following General Fund 194 Gnn Dmaniel, labor..........80.00
described roads or streets lying 509 B. E. Kenney, salary..: .....$ 53.92 195 Alvie Kemp, labor.... ...... .208.00
East of 'State Road 71 and located 510 Jim S. Daniel, salary........ 50.28 196 Archie Kemp, labor...'. ... 136.30
inWinona Gardens Subdivision of 511 Peter Strange, salary...... 1.42197 Lee Griffin, labor.......... 1,00
in Winona Gardens Subdivision of 12 Tobe Gay, salary............. 47.50 1)8 Elmer Nunnery, labor........ 108.00
the W% of Section 5, Township .51 .. F. Miller saary..........5142 199 Luther Joines, file saw....... 3
6 South, Range 9 West, to-wit: 514 George Y. Core, salary.......' 230.00 200 Thomas Williams, labor...... 42.00
(a) Lewis Road (b) Draper Road 515 Edd C. Pridgeon, salary...... 300.00 201 Collector Int. Revenue, tax .... 44.70
(a) Lewis Road oad 516 Samuel A. Patrick, salary.... 300.00 202 C. M. Gay, retirement....... 12.50
(c) Seminole Road and (d) Law- 517 F. M. Campbell, salary...... 23.75 203 Alvie McGlon Garage, parts
fence Road, 518 Cecil G. Costin, Jr., salary .... 23.75 and maintenance. ........... 245 12
e and they are hereby vacated and 519 Emma Stevenson, salary...... 146.30 204 Wewa Hardware Co., suppies.. 122.59
be and they are hereby vacated and 520 Mrs. J. Glenn, salary...... 7.50 20 Sportman Service Statio n,
abandoned to public use, and the 521 Mrs. C. G. Rish, salary...... 95.00 Tire repair and oil.......... 15.95
county hereby renounces and dis- 522 J. R. Hunter, pension....... 50.00 206 Prescott Auto Garane, supplies 7.70
claims any right o the3 Cubi R. Laird, salary.. 15.40 207 Cecil C. Costin, Jr., right-of-
claims any right o1 the county and 524 Leona Taylor, salary.......... 50.00 way easement ..............10.00
public in and to said streets or 525 William H Linton, salary.... .100.00 208 J. P. Duren, hauling clay..... 696.00
roads hereinabove described. 528 Mrs. Mlinnie Paul, mother's 209 T. W. Duren, hauling clay.... 324.00
B E. K pension ................. 3.00 210 Bert.u Grocery, gasoline. ....... 2412
B. E. KENNEY, 526 Collector Internal Revenue, tax 67.00 211 T. M. Byrd, tools.......... 295.00
Attest: Chairman. 527 C. M. Gay, retirement....... 38.75 212 W. F. Mason, loading clay.... 447.00
GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk. 529 Mrs. Iella Lister, mother's 213 James R. Guilford. clay..... 223.50
Mr. J. R. Guilford came before pension ................... 3.00 Agriculture and Livestock Fund
S R 5 Mrs. Rosa Stevens 3.06f 3999 General Fund, transfer ...... $289.86
the board and told the board that 531 Mrs. Grace Dunlap 3.00 Health Unit Fund
he would charge the county 50c per 532 Mrs. Tom Parker 9 00 4000 General Fund, transfer..... $443.98
ad or all cla hauled from his 533 Mrs. Minnie Patterson 3.00 County Co-operative Budget Fund
load for all clay hauled from hi 534 Mrs. Mae P. Creamer 6.00 4001 General Fund, transfer. .... $831.76
p.operty. After due consideration, 535 Mrs. Omie Blackman 3.00 St. Joe Municipal Hospital Fund
Commissioner Strange moved that 536 Mrs. Lula Beard 3.00 3992 General Fund, transfer.......79.13
the county pay Mr. Guilford 50c'per 57 Mrs. Bessie lass 6.00 County Service Officer Fund
538 Mrs. Lee Simms, 3.00 4002 General Fund, transfer ....... $92.60
load for all clay that the county 539 Mrs R.esaie Porter 6.00 Courthouse and Jail Building Fund
uses from Mr. Guilford's property; .p0 NMr 1,in., shelin.r. 3.00 4003 Capital Outlay Reserve Fund
mt4 Mrs. R. M. fruram 3.00 transfer ....*............ $1,61.61
motion seconded by Commissioner 42 Mrs. Dollie rm 9.00 Race Track Fund
Gay and upon vote was duly car- 543,Mrs. Allie Pr'.rt .- 6.00 3995 General Fund, transfer ...$15,307.15
tried. 544 Mrs. Mamie Brewer, indigent.. 8.00 3996 COapital Outlay Reserve Fund,
The chairman instructed the clerk 545 Mrs. Grace Dunlap, 1. 0.00 transfer ............... 4,000.00
The cairmaninstrte the ler 46 Mrs Eva McKuhe 15.00 3997 Fine and Forfeiture Fund,
to pay Mr. J. R. Guilford 50c per 547 Mrs. Bessie Glass 15.00 transfer............... 3,000.00
load of clay hauled from Mr. Guil- 548 W. T. Strange .. 15.00 3998 Road and Bridge Fund,
ford's property and to base the 549 Gulf County Breeze, supplies. 21.37 transfer ............... 3,000.00
ord's property and to base the 50 Connell Water Works, water.. 18.00 Mother's Pension Fund
number of loads hauled by the re- 551 D. T. Bridges, repair work.... 8.00 4004 General Fund, transfer ........$.00
port of the county truck, Mr. Ma- 552 w. T. McClellan, supplies.... 8.35 .There being no further business
553 Standard Oil Co., gas and oil.. 72 90
son's trucks and Mr. Durens trucks.4 Bowen Supply Co., upplies... i. to come before the board, it did then
There was a motion by Commis- 555 J. E. Whatley, -supplies...... 18.501 adjourn.
sioner Gay, seconded by Commis- 556 Bradford County Telegraph, B. E. KENNEY,
election forms............... 4.45,,5
sioner ,Strange and duly carried 557 Roches Gulf inv. Co., stove.. 225.00 Attest: Chairman.
that Mr. Mason 'be paid $1.00 for 558 Bishop Office Equip., equipment 274.86 GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk.
Gets His Buck
George Core, our estimable clerk
of the circuit court (that may get
us a smidgen of his kill), is one of
the few lucky nimrods in this sec-
tion to bring down a deer. George
got his four-pointer down in Willis
Swamp near Jo Serra's homestead
on an expedition with Claude Wha-
ley and Judge Earl Pridgeon.
The authorized strength of West
Point's corps of cadets is 2,496.
A rocket bound for the moon
would have to zoom upward at
25,000 miles per hour to escape the
earth's pull of gravity, scientists
M isery ofAS
UOUIO oN TMU"S $*NM A Ef
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1951
PAG TEN~-~ CII- iII*
Plan Underway To ADDITIONAL SOCIETY
Boost Quail Crop (Continued r.m Page 2)
.Game Commission Believes North- BAPTIST W. M. U. MEETS FOR
west Florida Section Best REGULAR BIBLE STUDY
for Game Birds The W. M. U. of the First Baptist
Church met Monday afternoon at
Florida's quail hunters willbedo- the church for the regular Bible
ing all of their shooting in North- study with the president, Mrs. W.
west Florida in the future if the j. Ferrell, presiding, who opened
concentrated campaign recently in- the meeting with prayer. Rev. L. J.
augurated by the state game and Keels taught the ninth chapter of
fresh water fish commission in this Acts on the life of Paul. After a
area bears fruit. short business session, the meeting
Plans have been established for was closed with prayer by Mrs. o
a project aimed at increasing the Ramsey. a
planting of food and cover crops Circles will meet Monday as fol-
in this section for the bobwhites. lows: Circle I with Mrs. A. V. Bate-
The commission states that there man 'Circle II, Mrs. E. F. Gunn; All
is a shortage of quail today in some Circle III, Mrs. E. C. Cason; Circle
sections of Florida where extensive IV, Mrs. P. B. Fairley; Circle V
cultivation and grazing are prac- Mrs. George Davis; Circle VI, Mrs.
ticed. but thousands of these farm- L. W. Cox.
land acres offer suitable locations 0
for this game bird if the land is KENNEY MILL W. M. U. MEETS
good qail habitat. U. met Wednesday afternoon in 0
the home of Mrs. J. N. Dobbs for a
Commission biologists assert that program and social hour. The meet-
the Northwest Forida area is par- ing was opened hy Mi E. R..- ''' D -
ticularly adapted for the plantings Boe d assoiatona ivoker
SBose, district association worker, 6. 1 Se n W
of these food and cover crops-bush who gavethe prayerand devotional.
lespedeza, partridge pea, common The program topic. "God First,
lespedeza, Florida eggarweed an Others Second, and Self Last," was
multiflora rose-because of its ex- Davis,
developed by Mrs. H. A. Da.is
cellent upland soils. Mrs. Roy Tharpe and Mrs. Herman .
Objective of the program is to Barbee. The meeting was closed .
encourage landowners to improvewith prayer by Mrs. Dais, after
with prayer by Mrs. Davis, after
conditions for quail so that a good which the hostess served delicious '
population of this game bird can be refreshments to those present.
maintained throughout this section. i Ik
The game commission will provide UNIOR G. A.'s ME ..
BEJUNIOR G. A.'s MLETy ""
seeds and plantings an andalso su- The Virginia Hagood Junior Girls' .B..
pervise the planted areas. Auxiliary of the Baptist Church met
at the church Monday afternoon
KIWANIS CLUB HEARS with 13 members present. The R.
A.'s also met with the group. Mrs.
(Continued from page 1) Ralph Nance taught the mission
famous people, especially Joe E. book, "Keys To Brazil," after which
Brown. the meeting was closed with prayer
The club at this time made plans by Mrs. Wesley Ramsey, a guest.
for the annual Christmas program a r I .
and toy fund, and decided to spon- APPRECIATION
sor the Port Theater's toy matineee The members of the Gladiolus '" a'. .
which is being offered by the Mar- Circle of the Port St. Joe Garden
tin Theater management. Club wish to join the people' of our d
city in expressing their sincere N
New Kiwhnis road signs will soon thanks to I. C. Nedley, C. Thursby, Everyhig You Need for
appear on highway approaches to W. H. Petty and the other men who tor .
the city, it was announced by pub- have worked on the parkways on Christ mas Wrapping .
lic affairs chairman John Blount. 5th Street towards the beautifica- istmas-Wr appi "
tion of our city. We feel sure that Big Package Includes
we shall all enjoy the drive when
the grass begins to grow. 60 Gummed Seals
Mrs. George Cooper, Chairman. 60 Gummed Seals
CLASSIFIED ADS 30 Metallic-Foil Seals
Advertising Doesn't Cost It PAYS,
5 Gift Tags
FOR RENI LODGE NOTICES Git
5 Gift Cards
FOR RENT-Two comfortable bed- SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. O. 1 .t C 0
rooms, each with outside en- O. F.-Meets first and third Thurs- 6 Sheets (2030 in.)Gift
trance; adjoining bath. Phone 63-J. days, 7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hall. All Wrapping Paper
Mrs. A. M. Jones, Sr. 12-7tf members urged to attend; visiting i Paper
brethren invited. J. F. Miller, N. G.; 9 4 Sheets (20x25 in.)
SALESMEN WANTED John Blount, V. G.; Theo Bishop, De Luxe Gift Wrapping
WANTED-Reliable hustler to go Secretary. WPaper r
in business selling consumers 200 R. -A. M.-Regular convocation of 2 Sheets (203 in.) Red .
household necessities. State age, St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A. a 2 Sheets (20x30 in.) Red .
occupation, references. Rawleigh's M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit Tissue
Dept. FAL-101-Y, Memphis, Tenn. ing companions welcome. J. L. WiI- tTssue
HELP WANTED-MALE son, High Piiest; H. R. Maige, Sec. 1 i Sheet (20x30 in.) White 4r : ., -
WANTED-Radio' repair man. Tel- MELODY REBEKAH LODGE NO. Tissue "
phone 410. 12-14 21c 22, 1. 0. 0. F.-Meets 2nd and 4t', -
.-...- Thursdays at 8:00 p. m. in Masonic
SPECIAL SERVICES hall. Mary B. Forehand, N.G.;-Mary 5 ."
E. Weeks, V.G.; Fannie Brown, Sec. '. ;
Ru)bber is getting scarce! Hellp the MASONIC TEMPLE F & A M-
war effort by having your old tires )ort St. Joe Lodge 111. Regular.
recapped. We guarantee all work. meetings 2nd and 4th Fri-
ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY Members urged to attend;
RECAP SHOP visiting brothers welcome. Milton
Phone 37 Port St. Joe, Fla. Chafin, W. M.; G. C. Adkins, Sec.
adcutiful Tree lights De Luxe Mantel Piece Light Up for christmas
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1-051
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B. W. EELLS, Own~er
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA