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STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
SP'b:ished in Port St. Joe
3ut Devoted To the Con-
S'inued Development of
What tickles us is that last C
week in the DeFuniak Springs
Breeze, editor James P. Griffin
predicted that the Walton
Braves would.stomp the Sharks -
in the ground. Editor Griffin is VOLUME XVIll
a former "Brave" himself and by
virtue of this he is entitled to be
prejudiced. Wonder if he has
stopped shaking yet, over their
As soon as Coach Craig gets
the butterflies out of those boys
stomachs and they stop fumb-
ling they will be hard to stop.
We're no Grantland Rice, but
we predict great things for this P.I
year's team. A i
SPORT ST. JOE I
Community With a
"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalcchiro!a-Chattahoochee Valley"
Single Copy 8c
$3.00 Per Year
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1954
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Alm tiame o.morrow
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Did you see The Robe? If
not you missed a great picture.
This picture and last week's
"Magnificient Obsession" are, in
our opinion, examples of how
great motion pictures can be.
So many of the pictures lately
,have been ballyhooed and have
been disappointing when they
were viewed on the screen.
These two pictures made up for
much, of this. In "The Robe" we
see religion from the side oppo-
h f. h h. d ni hirl N- ,
Be Opponents of
-- I 'm I
..L 4. ,.. --
--.a. ., ^ Lose To Walton Braves
;, : : Opener..
Contract to be Let
On October 20
The 'long-awaited new water system for Port St. Joe came
another big step towards completion Tuesday night when the
City Commission of Port St. Joe sent out invitations for bids for
the construction of the new system.
S--- The bids must be in by 5 p.m.
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
"Lt Lt'O CIILPI Tii bilu r sL. L. ..UI.......-.iS ..
sie t em ctitstea .'" .. *. .. 'October 20 at which time the con-
Christianity is put on the screen : In Season's ener October 20 at which tie the con-
as a society scorned by the proud .' s O P.-T A. Observes tract.for construction of the sys-
through as "the answer" to the The call for bids specifies that
"om an.empire St ill it s hines """Fr'd" Meeting t.amy wilbnltr bythe Commbissin .
world, and even the proud Ro- "' --,j'.. The light, fast-running, Shark any construction fi bidding must
man empireeeeepa of old could not "lve.- me th mention their starting date of con-
denfy it; and finally died trying .Sharks tomorrow night at" Cen W. T.',MNoseley, new president of struction and how much time will
to. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Broward Wood, Ronnie Young, Gary Hall, William Chafin, Monty tennis' Field for their first home the Elementary P.-T. A. presided be taken to finish the system. The
---Gentry, Charles Boyer, Kenneth Hurlbut, Ross Hudson, Fred McClain, Huston Hardy. SECOND game of the season. over the organization's first meet- bids also call for a payment of
Let it rain! ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: William Stafford, Charles Tharpe, Alex Gaillard, Peter Linton, Frank Den- Tile game with Walton High last ing of the year at the High School $2t.00 per day to be made to the
-- --nis, Ward Richards, Dick Raffield, Bruce Parker, Travis Jones, John Henry Pope, Glen Woods. week shows that the Sharks "haveAuditorium last Thursday evening, cy for each y over the compe-
American Legion Post BACK.RO LEFT TO RIGT: Elzie illiams, Jimmy Stevens, Oliver Harper, Gene Raffield, Char- it" th offense and show defin-andstarted off the year with the on date that the construction
To Give Free Fish Fry lie Smith, Ronnie Chism. JoeAdams. obert Medle, Wayne Talr. Ji y arlow, Wal ite sigils of "having' it" in the de- naming of several projects to be takes.
o G e Fe Fh Fy Smith, Ronnie Chism, JoeAdams, Robert Nedley, Wayne Taylor, Jiimy Marlow, Walter ese apartment after a fe more carried on by the P.-T. A. during Although it is the predominant
The Willis V. ,Rowan, Post 116, Wilder, Gene Anderson. ( Photo) games for experience. its coming year. t actor, cost of construction will
American Legion, is putting on a The Sharks defeated Apalachi- New officers were seated at the not be the only matter to be con-
Legion Hall on the corner of both temis have practically a new named as 'follows: Mrs. Myrtle of the main items, other than cost,
eg sal d ll r c lster for this season. The Shark Childers, first vice-presidet; Mrs. to e considered, will benthe ra-c.
Third Street and Williams Ave- ave three men of last year's start- William Wager, second vice-presi- pidity with which the system can
nue for all veterans and their ig team o the leu. dent; Mrs. J. C. Price, secretary; be put into operation.
wive's. to F Tc re oi Game time will be at .8:00 p.m. M's. W. T.. Mosely, corresponding The construction will call for a
wivee. Game'time wil''beTatnr:owtplo.
according to F. E. Trammell, d tomorrow night with the gates op- secretary; Joe Dowd, treasurer; two-story 24X20 concrete block
Commander of the local post, the enigg at 7:00 p.n1. Last year fans Mrs. W. D. Jones, parliamentarian, building to be constructed near
eats are free to all veterans who The P.-T. A. set aside three ma- the St. Joe Paper Company canal
,attend. The fish fry will be at HANDICRAFT Beard. Second, Iola Brooks; Third, Ms. were forced to stand to see the The P.-T. A. set aside three ma- the St. Joe Paper Company canal
7:0 p.m.Quilts First Place,Mrs. C.. F. Round Doilies. (Crocheted). First G. S. Croxton. games but this year a battery of or projects for th coming year to near where the anal ends and pip
M7:30 arlow; Second, Mrs. C. F. Mariow Place. Mrs. R. B. Hardy; Second, FLOWERS bleachers has been constructed that be carried out. The group will con- ing of the waker begins.
The object of the fish fry, ac- Third, Mrs. Cleveland Hall. Mrs. Ted Beard; Third. Mrs. Ear- oBlooming Flower Arrangemeni: will.feat about 1,000 people, tinue the sponsorship of the first The building will contain two
cording to Trammell is to stimu- Quilt Tops, Second Place, Mrs. nest Lightfoot. First Place, Mrs. George Cooper; Fr aid in the Elementary School; car- electrically operated pumps with
late new membership into the 1o- Cleveland Hall; Third, Mrs. Buck -Chair Set, (,Crocheted), First- Second. Mrs. I. C. Nedley; ,Third, Lose To Walton Friday a id in the Elementar School; car electrically operated power and
Burge. Place, Mrs.-C: E. qlass, Jr.; Second, Mrs. Ted Beard. The Sharks opened their 1954 nival committee tobe iamedwith a total.,of 's.I-norse power and an,
ealpost. ed Spreads, (Chenille), T~lird Mrs. Ti dmias.-Webb;, Third, Mrs. *.'Dries Ai 't,ri-enrt First Place, season last. Friday, at .Deu iakF te anrual:...: .va[ to hbe L Oc- aluiary .aso.iie engine j'imp to'
Place, Mrs. C. E. Glass, Jr. Bed C. E. Glass, Jr. .Mrs. I. C. Nedley; Second. Mrs: J. when out-played, but tober; and to bt dn- to beefor-.. ;..v ;-t power.
GUEST MINISTER SUNDAY Spreads (Embroidered), Second Vanity Sets, (Embroidered), Sec- C. Arbogast; Third, Mrs. W. D. Springs when they out-payed, but tb chool P7-T A chapter if failure, sh as ding a stor
AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Place, Ms;s. C. E. Glass, Jr. ond Place, Mrs. Davis. (Crocheted) Sykes. lost to W alton High by a score of a High school P.-T. A. chapter if failure, such as during a storm
Rev. Cliff Alexander of Boone- ITablecloths, ('Crocheted), First Second Place, Mrs. C. E. Glass, Jr. Foliage Arrangement: Third 19-13. one can be formed. or other emergency. The pumps
Place, .Mrs. N. E. Dees; Second, Rugs: Third Place,, Mrs. N. E. Place, Mrs. Lawrence Bissett. Walton capitali-ad on a St. Joe Room prizes for, the evening will be capable of putting out a
ville, Mississippi will give the mes- ,Mrs. B. F. Daughtry; Third, Mrs. Dees. Potted Plants (non blooming): fumble early in the first quarter to went to Henry Dandriges fifth half-million gallons of pure, soft
sages for both the morning and Thomas Webb. Infant Wear, ('Crocheted): First. First Place, Mrs. George Cooper; off-tackle play from grade in the Elementary School water er day. The plans have een
evening services at te First Bp- Tablecloths (Punch Work), Third Place, Mrs. Earnest Lightfoot; Second, Mrs. A. L. Ward; Third, score on an off-tackle play from grade in the Elementary School waer day. The pans have been
evenings Church. Place, Mrs. N. E. Dees. Second, Carolyn Ford. (Embroider- Mrs. Lawrence Bossett. the Shark 6-yard line. The try for and Mrs. Margie Alston's 11th made so that the system-can be
tist Church. Luncheon Cloth. (Crocheted), ed), First Place, Madaleine Whita- Combination Potted Plants: First an extra point was unsuccessful. grade in the high school. Each doubled in capacity with no addi-
Rev. Burton Cochrane of the Third Place, Mrs. N. E. Dees. ker; Second. Mary Abreu. Place, Mrs. Ted Beard; Second, Walton kicked off to the Sharks room prize was $2.00. tional construction.
Baptist Bible Institute at Grace- Luncheon Cloth .(Embroidered), Aprons: First Place, Madaleine Mrs. Fred Maddox; Third, Mrs. rec n Aas p a ss The building will also house co-
viyle will give the messages at the Third Place, Mrs. Charles Whitfield Whitaker; Second, Mrs. W. D. Henry Ayers. w'th Joe Adams receiving. Adams The program consisted of music The building will also house co-
vPillow Cases; First Place, Mis. 'Sykes; Third, Mrs. R. B. Hardy. Fruit Arrangement: Second Place started up the field and lateraled to by the Port St. Joe High School regulation tanks, filter treatment
White City Baptist Mission Sun- Estelle Griffin;. Second, Madaleine tChildien's Clothes: First Place, Mrs. Ralph Nance; Third, Mrs. Walter Wilder all the way across band; a devotion led by Rev. J. C. apparatus and chlorine treatment
day. E. Whitaker; Third, Mrs. Lula .Juanita Gentry; Second, Mrs. Da- Henry Ayers. t the field. Fleet-footed Wilder then Odum, Pastor of the Long Avenue facilities. After treatment the
Mrs. Francis Henley. Second Place, Mrs. Elsie Griffin; highballed it for SO yards to the Baptist Church; introduction of the water will be pumped through a
CELEBRATE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY Adult Clothes: First Place. Mrs. Third, Mrs. Barbara Brodnax. Walton goal-posts to score the first faculty by Thomas A. Owens, Sup- pipeline to the existing storage fa-
Francis Henley and Mrs. R. B. Driftwood with Dried Arrange- touchdown of the ball game for erintendent of Public Instruction cilities for distribution through ex-
..' ... i- ardy; Second, Mrs. Davis; Third, meant: Second Place, Mrs. George the Sharks, to tie up the ball game. and g ioup singing by the congre- listing mains.
.:-', [rs. Frances Henley. Cooper; Third, Mis. J. C. Arbogast. _-
; ''''.' : .. Knit and Woolen: First Place, Driftwood and Fresh Arrange- Early in the second quarter, St. nation led by Booth Poole.
I: E~ f' .-'" """'' Estelle Griffin; Second, Mrs. Da- ment: First Place, Mrs. Rennie Joe recovered a fumble on Wal- Of r Klle F
..'."- ..'. .is; Third, Estelle Griffin. Armstrong; Second, Mrs. Gordon ton's 40 yard line and went on to
". ]4' .'. 1... 9 Luncheon Weaving; Third Place Thomas; Third. Mrs. Fred Maddox. score with a pass from ayne Tay- Showers Ease Duties Of Aut Wre Sund
-w 'rolyn Ford. ANTIQUES Florida Forest Service
Miscellaneous Tab e Group: Entries: Mrs. Fred Maddox, Mrs. to Fran Dennis. Taylor passed Florida Forest Service
*' '. / t'li'hird Place, Mrs. Emory Robert- Madaleine Whitaker, Mrs. Pauline to Ronnie Chism for hte extra point: Five persons were hospitalized,
S' on, Mrs. N. E. Dees Mrs. R. B. Smith, Mrs. W. D. Jones, Mrs. Hen- The spirited Sharks were well The Florida Forest Service per- Sunday night as a result o
'...'. i-l;dy and Delores Chism. ry Ayers, Mrs. Buck Burge, Mrs.of a
S y and Deles Chism. ry Ayers, Mrs. Buck Burge, Mrs. on the way to another score as sonnel feels much relieved after
Lamps: Fiirst Place, Mrs. Pauline Ted Beard, Mrs. Glenn Henley. on the way to anotheadon collision on Highway 98
m smith; Second, Mrs. N..E. Dees; JUDGES: Edith H.Middlebrook, the halftime whistle blew leaving having scattered showers through- about eight miles east of Panama
i'hird, Mrs( Ted Beard. Home Economics, Gulf Coast Elec- St. Joe with a 13-6 margin over out the county this past week end. City.
CANNED GOODS trick Co-op. Emma Stevenson. Home Walton at the half. However, the rainfall has been
Salad Pears: First Place, Mrs. Demonstration Agent. Eay County. The Sharks were unable to score very light, but enough to slow A vehicle, driven by. Murdoc A.
I. B. Hardy; Second, Mrs. W. M. SCHOOL DISPLAYS
oemer; SThird, Mrs. Ted Beard. Port St. Joe High School, High- the remainder of the game despite lightning fires down, states J. H. Kelley 36 a police officer of this
S Peaches: Third Place, Mrs. Zola land View Elementary School and the brilliant running of 'freshman Pope, dispatcher for, the St. Joe city, trvaeling east on the high-
S:,[addox. George Washington High School. fullback, Wayne Taylor, halfback Tower division of the Florida For- way pulled across the center line
Pear Preserves: First Place, Mrs. SCOUT DISPLAY IWalter Wilder and the passingpf est Service. and crashed headon with a second
.oo; Tir ; d, Mrs. Smith. COM RCIAL DISPLAYS quarterback Joe Adams. The Florida Forest Service crews car, according to Trooper D. M.
'Fig Preserves: First Place, Mrs. West Florida Gas Company, Mrs. Walton took a Shask fumble and were engaged in fighting a raging Peacock.
Ii B. Hardy; Second, Mrs: A. H. Lola Mims, Kenney's Mill, winner went on to score and tie up the fire on St. Vincent's Island caused The second vehicle, traveling
crook; Thirds Estelle Griffin.. of free electric range given by this ball game. W1ton scored again in by lightning, and covering 1200 ac- west at a normal rate of speed
'-larriesd First P' i aceMrs. Ro compy. Gf H re Coe fourth quarter to put them when the rains came to aid wasdriven by Cornell Green, 30,
K. Hardy; Second, Mrs. Emory Rob-.......iv-y r l e
,r-tson. JANE KEELS TAKEN INTO ahead p9-13. the situation. The fire started last Vernon, Negro.
-I ts Blackberry Jelly: First Place, COLLEGE LITERARY SOCIETY 'St. Joe started a final scoring Sunday about midnight and burn- Three passengers in the Green
,..- '^ o Mrs. Zola Maddox; Second, Mrs. Blue Mountain, Miss. Miss drive with Wayne Taylor bulling ed through Monday and Tuesday car were also injured. They were
.- ,e ". it. L. Smith; Third, Mrs. Zola Mad- Lotse Green od Henderson Green
.L .mith; ThidMs Zola Mad" Jane Keels, Port St.' Joe, was tak- his way for 43 yards only to have before being brought under con- Louise Green, 15; Henderson Green
Misc. Preserves and Jams: First en into the Eunomians at Blue it nullified on a penalty. Walton trol by a host of equipment and 60; and Willie Hayes, all of Vernon.
Place, Mrs. R. B. Hardy; Second, Mountain College at the end of then intercepted a St. Joe pass men, says Pope. I Both cars were total losses, the
SE.ll1~' Griffin; Third, Mrs. C. E. Rush Week Saturday. and were able to. run out the clock. ----- Trooper reported.
atoes:First Place, Este Blue Mountain College has no This game was the debut for MEETING SET FOR TONIGHT All victims were taken to the
a ,T.nratoes: .First Place, budde nw s s for th PTATyndall
e 'riffin; Second, Lois Braxton; sororities, but like Vassar, Smith, ome budding new stars for the TO FORM HI SCHOOL PTA Tyndall Field hospital foremer-
SThird, Mrs. C. E. Glass, Jr. Bryn Mawr, Wellesley and Mount Shark crid team with Wayne Tay- A meeting will be held tonight at agency treatment. Kelley was re-
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Nix of 421 'center ol the table was the beau- Relish: Firet Place. Estelle Grit- Holyoke, has mutually exclusive lor, freshman fullback leading the the High School Auditorium to moved to the Municipal Hospital
Cove Blvd., Panama City, were i- tiful tree-tiered anniversary cake fin; Second, Mrs. W. M. Roemer; 'YrfomaHgScolP-A Th Prtt.JeM dyadte
tertained Saturday, September 4, decoiuatel tree-tiered leaves and ber n;- Third, Mrs. W. M. Rpemer. literary societies, line. 'Despite inexperience, Taylor form a High School P.-T. A.. The in Port St. Joe Monday and the
with a tea in celebration of their rides, topped with a fitting golden Beets: Third Place, Mrs. C.t. -n ran like a wild man and is well de- formation .of the group is being others were released from the hos-
Sa tea in c elebration o eir tries, toped t ttin o lass, Jr.. Guests of Bissett's serving of any praise given him. sponsored by the Elementary P.-T. pital following treatment for shock,
Golden Wedding Anniversary. wedding adornment. Sauerkraut: Third Place, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bissett Frank Dennis, back from last A. chapter. and abrasions.
The setting for this event was The guests were greeted at the Charles Whitfield.Id th g ast week year sparked the line play Officers have been selected and Kelley stated to The Star that
-the home of the couple which was door by the couple's daughters Pickles: First Place, Mrs. R. B. sad as their guests rast week, year, sparked the line play. Officers have been selected and
the home fully the couple which wasdoor y the couple's daughters Hardy; Second, Mrs. W. M Roe- Mrs. C. 0. Gray, Mrs. R. J. Hasty, Joe Adams, quarterback, showed they will be installed at the meet- he was returning from Bonifay
beautifullyy decorated for the oca-Mrs. John T. Simpson'o Port St. mer; Third, Mrs. A. H. Cook. Miss Letitia Gray and Hugh Gray marked improvement over last ing. where he had gone to see his par-
sion in shades of yellow and gold. Joe and Miss Catherine Nix of Pepper Cauce: Second Place. en C year and guided the team with Everybody interested in the work ents. He had gone off duty Sunday
A lovely arrangement of chrysan- Panama City. The guest book was Mrs. R. L. Smith; Third, May o. assurance o the P-T A are invited to at-morning after beg on duty all
themums and pompoms adorned kept by Miss Myrtle Simpson. Abreu. firm assurance. of the P.-T. A. are invited to at- morning after being on duty all
themums panon atrke a p ws served y Peas: Third Place, Zola Maddox. Return To South Carolina Walter Wilder, picking up a lit- tend and join this' organization. night Saturday. H had still had
the piano with an attractive Cake and punch was served by Greens: Second Place, Mrs. C. Mrs. A. L. Gray has returned to te weight from last year came up -- --- no sleep when he started back to
backghtroun candn the TVet wa Mrs. Paul M.. Nix of Fayetteville, E. Glasses Jr.. her home in Allendale, S, C., at- with some brilliant broken-field To Make Trip To Germany Port S.t. Joe Sunday afternoon. Kel-
basket arrangement of glae li w Joea G and Miss Pa t Hal of Port dox. S ter visiting with her daughter, running. Mrs. D. C. Smith will leave for ley stated that he began to get
set rrnement o gladili Joe. In an adjoining room the beau- d Beans (String): Secoll, Mrs. Mrs. Lawrence Bissett. Admission to all home games Germany on September 28 to visit sleepy about Panama City. He sta-
centered with pompoms. Complet- tiful gifts were shown to the guests aGrady Keels; Third, Mrs. Charles this year will be $1.00 foi adults with her father. She plans to bring ted that he went to sleep at the
ing the picture was the bridal ta-by Mrs. J. R. Nix of Jacksonville. Whitfield. Visiting DuBose's and 50c for students. This admis- her sister and her two daughters wheel and caused the accident.
ble artistically decorated with yel- Many local and out-of-town guests Lima Beans: Third Place. M Mr. and Mrs. E. R. DuBose have sion is the same throughout the back to the United States to make No formal -charges have been
low roses and tall yellow candles dropped by to pay their respects KES as their guest this week, Mr. Du- conference and has been set by con- ir home here. Mrs. Smith is filed against Kelley as of this writ-
set in crystal candelabras. In the to the couple during the afternoon. First Place, Mrs. R. B. Hardy; Bose's brother, Raymond DuBose. fleence officials. sailing on the New Amsterdam. I '
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
PAUL CHRISTIAN PAULA RAYMOND
CECIL KELLAWAY KENNETH TOBEY
JACK PENNICK Suggested by te
Svw Play by t E, 'I
LOU MORHEIM and ry I BFy SPRING T
fRED FRIEBERGER Y RAYBR
Thotogrpay by Jack Russell,'A.S.C.
tasciate Producer BERNARD W. BURTON
Tsical Effects Created by RAY HARRYHAUSEN
csicby Produced by
Vgvid Outtolph HAL CHESTER and JACK DIETZ
afretedby Distributed by
UGENELOURIE- WARNER BROS.S
A COLUMBIA PICTURE
with ARIN BOOTH JEROME COURTLAND WILLIAM BISHOP* Written
by Rihard Schayer Directed by Ray Nazarro A Resolute Picture
Monday & Tuesday
Wednesday & Thursday
&HAYWORTI 9 F'ORD
E. ALXANKDR SCOURBY VALERIE BETTIS 10 IRIN THATCHER
cleen Play by Oscar Saul and James Gunn P!'uuced and Directed by
V;ncent Sherman A Beckworth Corporation Production
LIL STAR. PORT ST.-POE. G ULF' '_OU. 41 t. r LOR1DA
.5 Grose- Ramsey
ft Jr -.
Mrs. Hunter Russell is Mrs. Will Ramsey Inspiration
Honored With Shower For Stork Shower Tuesday
Mrs. Henry Dandridge, Mrs. W.' Mrs. D. A. Bowen. Mrs. Brady
,. Quarles, Jr., and Mrs. Will Ram- Jordan and Mrs. Robert Creamer
:ey honored Mrs. Hunter Russell honored Mrs. Will Ramsey at a
at a stork shower Friday evening stork shower Tuesday evening at
at the home of Mrs. B. E. Kenney, the Florida Power Lounge. The
Jr., on Monument Avenue. A cor- honoree was presented a corsage
sage of white carnations was pre- of pink rosebuds by the hostesses.
seated Mrs. Russell by the host- Appropriate games were played
esses. with prizes going to Mrs. Fred
Appropriate games were enjoyed Meekins and Mrs. Will Ramsey.
with prizes going to Mrs. Fred After the many lovely gifts were
Meekins and Miss Sara Bray. opened by the honoree, refresh-
After the many lovely gifts, ments of open-faced sandwiches,
which had been deposited in a bas- nuts, cake topped with pink and
Inette covered with white organdy, blue rosebuds and Cokes were ser-
were opened by the honoree, coffee ved to the 20 guests present.
sandwiches and mints were served 3. V.
to the 20 guests attending. i pays to advertTse-try it!
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BOXOFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 P.M.
SHOW STARTS AT 7:30 P.M.
CUT CAKE-Cpl. and Mrs. James St. Joe. The bride is the former
Edward Harrison are shown cut- Miss Virginia Miriam Swatis.
ting the cake at a reception fol- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ita.pli
lowing their recent wedding in Albert Swatts of this city.
the First Methodist Church, Port (* photo)
S HIGHLAND VIEW R.A.'s MEET
Long Avenue Baptist AT CHURCH MONDAY
BWC Meets Tusday The Charles Cowherd R. A.'s of
BWC Meets Tuesday the Highland View Baptist Church
The Business Women's Circle of met at the church Monday after-
the Long Avenue Baptist Church noon with five present. The boys
met Tuesday night at the home of opened their meeting wihl all re-
Mrs. A. P. Martin. The program top- eating the allegiance and com-
ic was, "A Savior Sufficient For mission.
Leaders of Youth". Taking part on A play for stewardship night
the program were Mrs. A. P. Mar- was then practiced.
tin, Mrs. Durel Brigman, Mrs. M. !
L. Britt, Mrs. Eldridge Money, Mrs. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Roy Gibson, Jr., and Miss Alma Sunday, 9:45 a.m., Sunday Sc..ol,
Baggett. 31:00 a.m. Morning Worship. 7:n
Mrs. Brigman, chairman, gave P.m. Youth Feliowship, S:UJ p.m.
highlights of the circle's activities Evening Worship.
during the past year. The WMU i Wednesday, 7:00 p.m., Choir
president, Mrs. Joe Ferrell, explain- Practice. S:00 p.m., Prayer Meet-
ed the requirements for a stan-, ig.
dard' WMU ana announced that The Women of the Church meet
Long Avenue Baptist WMU had for the first three Mondays of each
accomplished that goal. The gen- month, 3:00 to S:00 p.m.
eral officers of the WMU were The Men of the Church meet the
elected to serve for the coming first Tuesday of each month at
year. 8:00 p.m.
The meeting was closed with --
prayer by Mrs. Brigman after Leaves For FSU
which the hostess served refresh- Miss Mary Ann McFarland re-
ments to the nine members and cently returned from Canada,
three visitors present. Where she was employed through
TRADE AT HOME
!the summer. She left Sunday, Sep:
member 15 for Florida State Uni-
versity wrh.e, she is a senior.
AS THIS LOVELY LASS and the
National Tulip Society can tell you,
Fall is the time to plant the tulip ; ,
bulbs that bloom in the Spring,
tra-la. Besides the traditional cup-
shape Darwins, there are i.cy-
fringed "Parrots", exotic lily-
flowering types and the big oou- -
ble-bloom varieties that resemble .
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 19,5'
Attend We dd1n
FOR TODAY'S NEEDS
V CONSOLIDATE BILLS
@ HOME OR CAR REPAIRS
@ DOCTOR OR DENTAL BILLS
BETWEEN PAY DAY CASH
F r rpt Friendly Loans for any good Purpose
2 IN" .CE CO.
22 -_:.1 Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla. Phone 218
gr miara&iness -nu
&c .. .
. XV ta t ,on
to see Storrs-Sch Frs ::.ca c.xh.. of new Fall and Winter
fabrics for:Custem Tailored Clothes of Distinction.
noted fashion authority
will be here for consultation.
Be sure ototop in .
without obligation, of c:.urs:
410 Reid Avenue
.* l* .**I. I :* e #'..o1o***s et @66.1
THEATRE OPENS DAILY 3:00 P. M. SATURDAYS 1:00 P. M.
*THRI 1 aLLSI
GUN .AADISON ^Joa' WELtON
"There Auto Be A Law"
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n!q get back more when you trade. Come in and talk dollars and cents-
gk- learn what a wonderful buy Pontiac is right now!
WIMBERLY PONTIAC COMPANY
Telephone 94 Port St. Joe, Florida
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Future Subscribers Mr. and Mrs. Everett McFarlanS
0 and son, Patrick and daughter.
Mary Ann and Mr. and Mrs. Wes-
Mr. a.nd Mrs. William A. Collier ly Sm atnded the wedding of
of Blountstown announce the birth Mr McFarland's nice, Miss Jon
Mrs. McFarland's neice, Miss Jon-
cf a boy, Robert Michael on Sep- ola Musgrove to James Jordan, Jr..
member 13. n Blountstown September 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Underwood in Blount n S r
of Highland View announce the
of Highland View announce the :Copies of Dr. Kinsey's two re-
birth of a son, David Wayne on ports on sexual behavior were
September 14. mong 155 books seized by the
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wilson of police from a Doncaster, England
Kenney's Mill announce the birth shop on the grounds they were
Ibookshop on the grounds they were
of a son, Frederick Miller on Sep- absence.
member 16. -
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Announcement is being made of
the. recent marriage of M:;-s Betty
Grose of Summerset, Kean.ucky to
Bobby Lee Ramsey, son of Mr. and
,s. \\ esley Ramsey of thi, city.
The ceremony was an event of
SSeptember 4 at the hom-n :)f the
,.1:.' tEr of the Church ui Christ
The couple honeymooned in the
Grea, Smoky Mountains.
TRADE AT HOME
TRADE AT HOME
THI&RSDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 194t
p' last Wednesday. their home in Port St. Joe. STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTS OFFICERS
NEWS FROM Miss Pansy Boland of Chipley, We are sorry to say that Olen
Spent Tuesday with her brother, Roney is home sick in bed. All of
HSghland View Rev Charles Boland. his schoolmates and friend '- e .' .
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wicker and him a speedy recovery. el-
by MARGIE ROGERS children of Tallahassee spent Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Royce Corbitt and
-, -. urday with the former's mother, children are visiting in Graceville. ,
SMMrs. Sadie Davis. for the week end with claire ve .
Mrs. Helen Ca' rit- i Mr. and Mrs. Pelham Reve ls and friendMs.
children of Jackson\iIle, N. CA 0.
children of Jacksonville, N. e, pent Wednesday in DeFuniak e.. nd Mrs. J. W. Wilkins of
spent a few days with her parent. Springs where they motored M--. Jasper spent the weekw ei iiL. h .
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Miles an Rupert Ray home. He has been is- hteir daughter and family, Mr. and -
r fam, sn of M. y. iting and working at the Revell's. Mrs. J. L. McQPaig. .
Junior Kent, ssDan Hatfield returned Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Ben Peters. spent
Coppedge is now serving in the .
UnitCoppedates Army. He isstationed.o Miliiary School where he will the week end in Dothan, Ala., with
United States Army. He is stationed enroll as a senior. He ', t:he son the former's father, whlo underwent
at Fort Jackson, S. C. He is also of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hatfield. He a:1 operation.
the brother of Mrs. Harry Orreli. is attending GMA in Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. J. R. Wathen of Tallahassee
Leslie Coker, son of r. and r. and Mrs. Jef Dual annd Ms. Roland Whiddon of Car-
Mrs. Clayton Coker is now serving daughter, Gynn, spent Saturday in labelle visited Mrs. Clinton Cox
in the 101st Airhorne. He is sta- Panama City on business. Sunday, September 12. Pictured above are members of farian; Faye Parker; treasurer;
toned at Fort Jackson, S.W C C. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Watson an- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chestnut and ithe Port St. Joe High School Stu- Fay Fleishel, corresponding secre-
Forehand. Mrs. Eula Rogers, Mrs. ounces the recent marriage of son of Panama City spent the cent Council during their installa- tary; Eleanor Faircloth, Barbara
Lily House,Mrs. Mary Garrett, at- their daughter, Avis to Ben Gya, week end with the former's par- ion service. They are from left to Williams, Kenneth Hurlbut, LaRue
tended the Marianna District Semi- sun of Mr. and Mrs. Price Gay on ents, i4r. and Mrs. Jim Chestnut. reght. FRSTy; HROW, Linda Gail Pyle, osilman, Tony Barbee, Leonard
secretary; Hong Wesley Stephens,!Costin. THIRD ROW, Gene Raf-
nar conducted by the WSCS of the Saturday, August 11, at Wewahitch- Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Zorn and vice president; Bob Smith, presi- field, Walter Wilder, Jackie Davis,
Alabama Conference at Chipley, ka. The young couple are making 'children of Albany, Ga., is visiting dent; Ann Miller, Betty Ward, Ann Jean Mahon, Frances McGill, Bar-
Mvontgomery, David Rich. SECOND bara Mitchell, Mrs. Jacque Price,
ROW, Barbara Jo Bond, parliamen- 'Sponsor.
withItheflatter a 's% parents,1Mr.andVrr _a H. K CPromote
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You'll be smart to select now from the most attractive and complete line of
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GIRL'S RAYON PANTIES
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Three shots or three shirts
.Sizes,6 to 16. Supply
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More Savings on i STILL AVAILABLE!
Fine Quality Washable
A regular $1.19 Value
iOffered only 4 days at
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A limited quantity of these
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Solid and Striped
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PRINTS --- $1.00
Nylon Net, Can-Can
A must for the Miss ..
White and Red
with the latter's parents, Mr. and Verna H. Kay Promoted
Mrs. W. D. Coleman, Sr., and fam- To Staff Sergeant Rank
To Staff Sergeant Rank
Mrs. Addie Goodson is visiting SpangdahlemAiBase,Germany
SMotg A ., wSpangdahlem Air Base, Germany
in Montgomery, Ala., with her
--The Air Force announces the pro-
daughter who announced. the birth
motion to Staff Sergeant of Air-
of a young son.
"an Fir'st Class Verna H. Kay of
Mrs. Jack Kallis and daughter an Fist Class Verna H. Kay of
Port St. Joe.
spent a few days in Panama City oe.
with friends and relatives. Sergeant Kay is assigned to the
10th Supply Squadron and has
Charlie Revell visited in Bagdad 10 S
Been in Europe since 1953. His wife,
Tuesday with his daughter and ,
Jessi Lee Kay, and daughter, Bar-
family, Mrs. Mary E. Tarkington.
bara Ann Kay live at Port St. Joe.
Before entering the Air Force in
S*1951 Sergeant Kay served in the
S*" army for 11/2 year-s. He expects to
^ return to the United States in Sep-
Available from Commercial News Providers"
John T. Simpson Ends Army, Medical Center, the Army's
Course at Ft. Sam Houston largest medical installation. The
Center carries on virtually all pha-
O M ses of professional and technical
FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas- training in military medicine as
Pvt. John T. Sompson, Jr., son of wl as pat treatment and re
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Simpson, P. O. sear
Box 967, Port St. Joe, has cornm- Pvt. Simpson attended-Florida
pleted the academic phase of train- University, Tallahassee, be
State University, Tallahassee, be-
Ing in the Operating Room Tech-g te
nician Course given at Medical ____
1'lield Service School, Brooke Army Returning From Hospital
Medical Center, and now will re- Melton Taylor wishes to thank
ceive the applicatory or "on-the-is many friends who have remem-
job" phase of training at another
military installation. bered him while in the U. S. Na-
The Operating Room Technician val Hospital at San Diego, Calif.
Course trains technicians who, up- He is returning this week end to
on graduation, are qualified to as- his regular duties.
sist medical officers in surgery.
Military training in this course can
!ead to future civilian hospital ca- Dr. Charles Reicherter
The Medical Field Service School
.s one of seven units of Brooke GLASSYES FITTED
While stationed at Spangdahlem,
a new Twelfth Air Force air baseR 5
in the French Zone.of Germany
near Luxembourg, Sergeant Kay
has had an opportunity to see many
points of historical interest, and
enjoy the scenic beauty of Europe.
PHONE SUNSET 5-5565
CLOSED WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON
RITZ THEATRE BUILDING
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA
OST PEOPLE GUESSp
SUNDBREDS TOO 1lui]
MEL-- a FORD is V-8 powerera
a FORD is styled over its price
a FORD is more comfortable than its price ifmcafes
a FORD is built better than its ppice indicates
a FORD is worth more when you sell it, too
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It comes down to this: nothing at the price compares with the '54
Ford. It is the only car in its field offering a V-8 engine. And that
V-S is the industry's most modern: a 130-h.p. Y-block V-8! Fcrd ii-
the only car in its field with a truly modern suspension .. -Bll-
Joint Front Suspension. No car wi'lhut it can ride so co::'f raTab.i
. .. handle so easily. Ford is also the only truly moder:-.':.y!ed car ir
its field. You can see that at a glance. Because no -other .:r; in For'-'
field can offer these features until !ater- on, your '5-1 Fo;rd vill .,e
up to date when competitive makes :v old hat! 7'?:c pe!ls extra
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ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
Corner Highway 98 and 4th Street Phone 37
The County Registration books will remain open
at the Court House in the office of Supervisor of Reg-
istration each Tuesday and Friday through the month
Beginning the 1st of September, every day ex-
cept Sundays until the closing date which is October
You who failed to register this year and want to
vote in the November election be sure to register
before the closing date.
The books will not go to the Precincts any more
Supervisor of Registration
Mrs. C. G. Rish
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Tuir cT t pqT C- -c*. GULF COUII-rY, ToORIDA
Fort St. Joe, Florida
Sr-i STAR. PORT ST. .1OE. GULF '3OUfT'-. FLORIDA
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
\VlSLEY R. IAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
A:so Linotype Oper.tor, A.l MIan, Floor Man. Columnist.
L .pore it j I r an t u i, ,
:Entered as secoln-c:ass matter, December 19, 1937, at the
I'ostoffice, Port S.t Joe. Fla., under Act of Mu.rch 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.50
THREE MONTHS $127.15
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TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in adver-
tlt.1uents, the publishers do not hold themselves liable for
damages further tlhall illtouont received for such advertisement.
The spalken word i given scant attention; the printed word
i- ti uEhtfullv weighed. Thie spoken word barely asserts;
the printed word thoroughly' convinces. The spoken word
is 'lot; thl printed word remains.
CHICKEN AND RICE
F Perfect Pair For Party Fare
I Dear Mr. Ramsey: are proudly showing off the tupeli
I would like to renew my sub- honey Marguerite and Hd Pridgeo4
scription to The Star for another gave us, to our English friends.
year. It is usually a month old I.save my papers and pass then
when it reaches us but home town on to Jean Brooks, who lives. il
news is always welcome. It is good London. Best wishes to all. '*
to see pictures of the home folks, Yours truly,
'on. We read the ads. especially Ned Gainous B ates
the early October mail as usual.
And the amount on that cheek will
be higher than your last check.
How much will the increase be?
The answer to this question will
not be the same for everyone. In
the case of a retired worker, the
increase will be at least five dol-
nra. And there will be i;L ,r ....
ate increase for the dependents or
survivors who are receiving their
monthly social security payments
The minimum monthly benefit
amount will be increased from $25
jiuder the old law to $30 for the
Retired worker and the maximum
benefit will be increased from $85
ito $9S.50. The maximum family
benefit which was $168.75 will be
$200. No minimum benefit amount
i 11 be less than $30 for a retired
'worker or an only survivor.
The social security law says that
SSo l St the total family benefits cannot ex;
P C OCI Security ceed 80 per cent of the insured
G N'PLACES !Soial Security Iworker's average mnothly wage.
SW. S. Smith, Retired. s A But under the 1954 amendments
Mayor of Buckhorn S this provision cannot reduce the
-Mayor of Buckhorn I family benefits below $50 or one
Higher Now and a half times the workers pn-
BOOTHBAY HARBOR, MAINE mary insurance amount, whichever
- While I could write on and on By HARRY N. SCOTT amount is larger.
of Nova Scotia, we had to leave (District Manager of the Dothan Here is a table for insured work-
and, after back-tracking through Social Security Office) ers who are receiving retirement
New Brunswick and Northeast The person who said, "Tomorrow benefits. If the column of figures
Maine we stopped here particularly never comes," has been proved on the left is the present amount
to look in on the life of these tasty wrong by the social security pro- of your benefit, the column on the
crustaceans. gram. For today there about six right will be the new amount of
The eggs are -placed in special and a half million men, women, the September check, which will
tanks and after hatching the water, and children who are living in the reach you early in October.
(sae water) is kept flowing con- "'tomorrow" which either they or Old Amount Increased Amount
stantly to prevent the youngsters their retired or deceased breadwin- $25.00 $30.00
from clinging .together and eating'ner helped to earn., They are the 30.00 35.00
one another (cannibals yet). After people over 65 and their depend- 40.00 45.00
two or three days they shed their ents and the dependents or survi- 50.00 55.00
shells and after another five days vors of deceased workers.who have 60.00 65.10
they shed again. This occurs again become entitled .to social security 70.00 78.50
and after about 16 days from hatch- benefits. 80.10 91.90
ing they are carried out to sea and The credits which these people 85.00 98.50
planted where they sink to the bot- or their loved ones earned in work There are other provisions in
Everyone-but everyone-loves chicken-fried, baked or broiled. And
everyone-but everyone-will love this wonderful Almond Rice recipe.
Together Chicken and Almond Rice make the perfect combination.
Crunchy almonds add flavor and zest to this quick-easy recipe which is
made in a matter of minutes with packaged pre-cooked rice. Together
they become "party fare." Serve this "gla:nor" dish to your fanl'ily
1V3 cups MINUTE Brand Rice /4 cup slivered or chopped
1/2 teaspoon salt blanched ahlonds
1/2 cups boiling water 2 tablespoons butter
Add MINUTE Brand Rice and salt to boiling water in saucepan. Mix just to
moisten all rice. Cover and remove trom heat. Let stand 13 minutes. VMeanwhile.
sa-le almonds in butter until golden brown, stirring constantly. Add almonds and
but.er to rice lust before serving. Makes about 3 curs, or 4 servings.
the new law which may increase
your benefit amount if you are re-
ceiving old-age and survivors pay-
ments Space does not permit me
to go into detail about any of them.
}but if you are a retired worker,
you will want to follow my later
articles. You may learn about
some other ways in which the new
law will be advantageous to you.
Pilton, Northants, England
Sept. 8, 1954
Port St TJoe. Tlorina
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than pilis and drugs
Our policy is to offer MORE, much more
-han expert filling of prescriptions, fine
drugs, and quick delivery. To all of these, we
add friendliness and Service. See us soon!
Campbell's Waigreen Agency Drugs
"PRESCRIPTIONS a Specialty"
210 R.id Avenue
tom and hide among the rocks
where they grow to maturity and
are caught by the lobstermen.
In the hatchery the young 'uns
are fed on ground liver every two
hours, otherwise they would turn
on one another for dinner, not to
mention lunch and breakfast.
Some of the full grown lobsters
at the hatchery were a dull brown
color and moving very. sluggishly
and we learned that the reason
was they were about to molt. The
molting occurs between June and
September and the lobster does
not grow by molting, but sheds
his shell because he has outgrown
it, just as Junior outgrows his
As you know: a lobster has two
large claws, one of which he uses
for fighting; but what I didn't
know thta, as among,humans, there
are portsiders and if one isn't "in
the know" when reaching for one
of the vramints he might grab your
under social security have entitled
them to the right of receiving their
retirement or survivors benefit
check each month. I mentioned
these beneficiaries in recent arti-
cles when I said that the new law
would enable them to receive in-
creased old-age and survivors in-
As I explained previously, this
increase has been written into the
amended Social Security Act to
help -bring benefits; in line with
current earning levels and living
costs All of the people who are
going to receive higher benefits
will want to know right away how
the increase comes and how much
it will be.
The first "thing which should 'be
pointed out is that this increase is
automatic for persons ah'eady re-
ceiving checks. Beneficiaries don't
have to write any letters, forms, or
applications for the increase. If
you are expecting a September so-
hand, and with his saw-sharp teeth cial security check, it will be in
do some damage. Lobstermen snap cup of cracker crumbs. The water
a rubber band over the vicious runs into the crumbs. Remove the
claw to hold it .shut. Some "peg" it liver and place with the crumbs.
with a wooaen peg about as long Season to taste and add two table-
as a toothpick and as big round as spoons melted butter. Mix thor-
a pencil, pointed at one end.. oughly, using enough milk to mois-
Lobsters are a big industry in ten. Stuff this dressing into vic-
Maine and account f6r 50 per cent tim. Add a strip of bacon over the
of the total fish catch. (pardon the expression) belly.
For the benefit of Arthur Lup- Cross claws buddha-fashion and
LI/, WIIU sanaeIniay a f at Ti .-- 1
tLUon, who generally is ceft at Le-
gion shrimp dinners, I give the
following recipe for baked lobster:
Lay the live lobster on his back.
Place hand firmly over the waving
claws. Cut the lobster, beginning
at the head, 'down the belly, thru
the tail. Hold the victim over a
place broiler pan in oven to DaKe
five minutes at 375 degrees. (With
or without the lobster in the pan?
-Ed.) Remove lobster from oven
and .place in broiler for 15 minutes
at 450 degrees. Remove and de-
Your Am too hungry to write
more, so will work on above recipe.
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grocery, and sigh for shopping in
St. Joe. Prices here are not all we
were led to believe. We do suppli-
ment our meat diet with game,
I rabbits, squabs, pheasants and
squirrels are plentiful, also a large
number of partridge.
Just got our furniture and we
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THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 19-51
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Black bears in forests in the
Northwest kill a considerable num
ber of Douglas fir trees by tearing
the bark from them.
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
Gulf Corporation Comes Out With
A- New Cleaner Burning Motor Fuel
A completely new and different curately determine its performance
gasoline, super-refined to meet the
demands of today's high-compres-
sion engines, is being introduced by
Gulf Oil Corporation. The new pro-
duct is available now here in the
local Gulf stations.
By refining out the "dirty-burning
tail-end" of gasoline-more than a
cupful to every gallon-Gulf has
been able to produce an unusually
clean-burning gasoline that provides
thousands of extra miles of full en-
Final road testing of the new
product-called Super-Refined Gulf
No-Nox, according t'o Mr. 'J. W.
Price, Gulf's Tallahassee District
Manager. "Conducting road tests in
the areas where the fuel actually
will be used is the only way to ac-
ics SIr. Price said.
Throughout the entire trip. on
which the caravans accumulated a
quarter of a million miles, none of
che cars experienced even a single
instance of carbon knock or pre-
ignition, even on the steepest moun-
tain grades. At the ena of the test.
every car 'was performing better
than new, according to the com-
pany's supervising engineers.
"Instead of relying upon additives
to fight trouble-making deposits,
Gulf has succeeded in producing a
motor fuel that prevents the ex-
cssive deposits from forming in
the first place" Mr. Price says.
"Extra gasoline mileage has been
provided by specially blending the
new fuel for the short-trip, stop-
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BIG FALL VALUES AT COSTIN'S
COSTIN'S scores again I
with Fall Piece Goods
Corduroy ---yd. 85c
15 Colors Reg. $1.15
Dbn River Wrinkle Shed
PLAIDS _-- yd. 79c
36" Rayon Reg. 75c
Gabardine __ yd. 65c
Fall Patterns, 80 Square
PRINTS yd. 39c
Indian Head yd. 79c
Fill Your Need With This
Special 20 X 40
Bath Towels $ .0 F
3 for $1.00 ANY LADIES
Regular 15 SUITS-COATS
6 for 49c Priced From $7.95 up
BIRDSEYE DIAPERS doz. $1.69
Packed 12 to a box
64 X 76 Bright Colors Reg. $2.98
INDIAN BLANKETS ---- $2.49
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CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES
OXFORDS and STRAPS
2.95 TO 5.25
LADIES' DRESS and CASUALS
2.95 TO 7.95
MEN'S FLORSHEIM and FORTUNE
6.95 TO 18.95
Stock Up Now At A
Men's Sport Shirts
Cotton and Flannel
Reg. $4.95 $3.95
Light Lining 3 to 6
Boy's Wool Lined
6 to 14 --Reg. $7.95
Join the thousands of women who are now cooking elec-
trically. Today's Electric Ranges are COOL CLEAN
FAST FULLY AUTOMATIC. All you do is put
your meal in the oven set the controls and let
Reddy Kilovwatt take over.
Another thing you will like about Electric Cooking is its
I OW COST ... particularly when everything else in your
!:i-;:hen is eectri:. You get the benefits of the lowest
cost per kilowm\-t hour in our rate schedule.
See your dealer NCW1
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DA P(-')[ R C -, AMR-
Reg. $4.95 Double
5% Wool $3.98
25% Wool $4.95
Cotton Sheet Blanket
FIELD CREST SHEETS
81 X 99 White Reg. $2.95
Pillow Cases----- each 49c
42X90 Permanent Finish
White, Yellow, Blue
"B!G" HOSIERY SAVINGS
51 Ga. Full fashion
$6.95 To $15.95
Reg. 65c Pair
2 Pairs $1.00
Boy's Tom Sawyer
Reg. 295 $2.49
Reg. $19 $1.69
1 Lot Boy's Short Sleeve
Sport Shirts $1.39
At No Extra Charge
Port St. Joe, Florida '
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and-go driving that most drivers development of super-refining fa-
do most of the time. Anti-knock cilities to permit the production of
power has been stepped up to an the new fuel.
Gulf has spent $60,000,000 on the It pays to advertise-try It!
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Avenue Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP __- 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ..----- 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m.
Meeting In The High School Auditorium
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
wI II A I 1
PG UL SOAIA T A E5
Panama City were the week end
'Ds guest of the latter's parents, Mrs.
Daffodils for Spring Minnie Gay.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hanlon
and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Stripling and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Jeff Stripling and Mrs.
C. D. Gay and Mrs. Bill Graves
and family and Miss Lucile Strip-
ling and Miss Glenda Wilson and
Mrs. Florence Jernigan attended
the family reunion at Geneva, Ala.,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson and
family and Mr. and Mrs. William
nWilson spent Sunday in Vernon
visiting with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lee and chil-
dren spent the week end in Tam-
pa visiting with friends and rela-
S.. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burns and chil-
j= dren spent Sunday in Panama City
"IT'S TIME TO PLANT daoi visiting with friends and relatives.
IT'S TIME TO PLANT daoil Miss Minnie Ola Ray returned
bulbs Their golden bloom nex Miss Minnie a Ray returned
Spring will brighten any home, to Dothan Sunday after spending
whether setting off stone walks or the week end with her parents,
massed inwoodland. Six wholeweeki Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ray.
of beautiful display can be enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Shoots
by gardeners who select now from and children, Gloria and Donnie
the many distinctive early- and late.
flowering varieties. The traditional' spent the week end in Bonifay vis-
yellow Trumpets and Large-cup: iting with friends and relatives.
belong in everybody's collection.
OAK GROVE TIME -
By HELEN NORRIS TO KEEP
Miss Minnie Ola Ray, daughter ON
nf Mr. arid Mrs. L. P. Ray. a nurse ....
S I I The Nurses' Report was read Company furnish gas and oil for
School Board an! oa'dered filed, the busses at Wewahitchka.
'tTe Superintendent was instruct- The Superintendent was instruct-
Minutes el ;o investigate and consru:' !:-i- ed to cover all the school bus routes
]-t facilities at the George \ \ash- and produce maps of same at the
'Inatu Elementary School at Pert next regular meeting to the Board
Wewahitchka, Florida S' .Soe. for future action.
September 15, 1954 r )e Board had advertised fur There being no further business
The Board of Public Instruction b::.;, fcr gas, oil, parts anl m-:in- to come before them they did then
Gulf County, Florida, met on the teneace for the school oi;ras *r adjourn to meet again in regular
above date in regular session ,vih the 1954-55 school year. Bids were session on October 5, 1954.
the following members present aii i.e..- nd from the following con- ATTEST:
acting; Hazel Gaskin, Carter Ward, .rs. Wmiberly Pontiac Conip:;, Thomas A. Owens J. A. Whitfield
Fennon Tailey, J. B. Harlis me-i- p. ..oe Motor Company, anL A.-- I
"A Superintendent Chairman
hers and J. A. Whitfield, Chairma. McGowi Motor Company of PortChairman
The Superintendent was als pi=:- St. Joe and McGlon's Service Gar-
ent and acting. age an Wewa Hardware Company Success with Inconex
The minutes of the pr.edirg of VWewahitchka. Angry owners of a particular corn-
meeting were read and advo ed a: Moved by Talley seconded by mercial refrigerator blamed the
manufacturer for failure of the units
read. Gaskin and carried that the St. and subsequent food spoilage. A hur-
The Financial Statement ro.- ';e Joe Motor Company furnish gas, ried investigation revealed failure
nonth of August was exami ie( and oil, parts and maintenance for the of the diaphragm in the temperature
control. The diaphragm material,
approved. busses at Port St. Joe. weakened by constant compressor
S, I Moved by Talley seconded by pulsations, stiffened and failed un-
Miss Annie Lou Burns, daughter n'der temperature changes. The prob-
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burns spent Harris and carried that McGlon's resolved by substituting
lem was resolved by substituting
several days in Panama Ctiy visit- Service Garage furnish parts and Inconel, a nickel-chromium-iron al-
ing with friends and relatives. Iabor and the Wewa. Hardware ty, strip for the diaphragm.
Leesburg's lovely Beth Chapman, Micro Midget Queen, presents trophy to
Bill Hughes, also of Leesburg, winner of the 75-lap Championship Race at the
Southeastern States Championship Races for Micro Midgets held in Leesburg, Fa..
over the Labor Day weekend..
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Thursday Friday Saturday
A il' i I H 1a ifl. 1',I1 1 .:Ill ii 11111
23, 24, & 25
at Frazer-Ellis Hospital, Dothan,
Ala., spent the week end visiting
with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Willys Liptford and
children, Joyce Fay, Arlene,,and
Ronnie of Marianna were the week
end guest of the latter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hdll.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pyrtzil and
son, Daniel of Pensacola were the
week end guest of the latter's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Shealy.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ernest of
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
NOTICE is hereby given that the Board of
Count- Commissioners of Gulf County,
Florida will receive sealed bids until 9:00
o'clock A.M., (CST) on October 5th, 1954,
in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Wewahitchka, Florida, to be opened
and heard at said last mentioned date, for
fihe purchase of the following described
property, to-wit: ,
ONE (1) one-half Ton Pick-Up Truck,
year model 1954, with Standard Equip-
ONE (1) one-half Ton Pick-Up Truck,
year model 1954; Engine of 130 H.P. or
more; Deluxe Cab; Three Speed Trans-
mission with overdrive; -Five 6.50X16
Four Ply Tires and Wheels.
ONE (1) Two Ton' dunp Truck, with
extra heavy duty 5 yd: body; Year mo-
del 1954: Engine of 136 H.P. or more;
130 inch wheel base;, 4 speed Trans-
mission 2 speed rear axle; Seven 8.25
X20 ten Ply tires -s.d Wheels; Vacum
,Brakes with booster; Seven inch Hoist;
perfection body preferred; Wheel width
ONE (1) Three Ton Tractor Truck, with
Engine of 160 H.P. or more; 112 inch
Wheel base; Year model 1954; 5 speed
direct Transmission; 2 speed rear axel;
Air brakes; Seven 10.00X20 12 ply tires
-with 7.5"X20" heavy duty Wheel and
heavy duty rear springs.
ONE (1) Eight Yard dump body, heavy
duty with apron over cab; perfection body
preferred; 10 inch or two 6 inch Hoist
to handle body and body dimensions are
12 feet by 7 feet by 30 7/8 inches.
The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
/s/ Jim' S. Daniels
e/ George Y. Core
'N THE -COUNTY JUDGE'S
,LT. ,N PROBATE.
JN RE: Estate of
JOE C. DANIELS,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Joe
C, Daniels, deceased, are hereby
notified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
have against said estate ii the of-
fike of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
pight (8) calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this
Notice. Each claim or demand must
'be in writing and must state the
place of residence and post office
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, his
,agent, or his attorney, or it will
become void according to law.
September 1st, 1954.
/s/ C. G. COSTING
Administrator of the Estate
of Joe C. Daniels, deceased.
Fjrst publication on
September 2, 1954.
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Friendly Savings And i
S Another Reduction in Wizard,
With long range tank
'54 model 10 H.P.
With long range tank
12 H.P. powermatic
YOU ALWAYS GET BETTER MERCHANDISE FOR LESS
MONEY AT WESTERN AUTO
Our 10 and 12 H.P. motors were reduced $25.00
just last spring
Western Auto Associate Store
C. W. Long, Owner Port St. Joe, Fla.
.rmour Piggly Wiggly Sale
Cooking Oil, no. 10 jug $1.35
Armour's Sweet Sixteen
OLEOMARIARINE lb. 19c
CORNED :,F can 39c
All Purpose Detergent Large Size
S D Wth Coupon 10 C
Armour's TREET can 43c
NONE BETTER Armour's
Canned MILK 3 cans for33c
CHEESE 2 lb. box 79c
Armour's Regular Size
DIAL SOAP 2 bars 23c
Armour's Piggly Wiggly
CHEESE 1/2 i. wedge 23 c
Our Own Ground To Order
Plymouth COFFEE Ib.99
Sunshine Chocolate Chip
C 0 0 KIES lb.box 39c
Piggy Bank Ready Prepared
KOOL AID, Makes 1 gal. 29c
Al Grocer Cl osed
Wednesday Afternoons is ag Oct,. 6 InThis Vicinity
.:.% _,, .. ... .... ': .. .,,_ ..^.^ -^ ^Bfc i
BEST IN TOWN BALLARD'S.
Perfect Biscuit 25 Lbs.
. .. -
Fancy Limit 5 Pounds
Pork ROAST lb. 49c
Chuck ROAST Ib. 29c
Ga. Grade 'A'
Best In Town Swift's Premium Beef
T-BONE STEAK lb. 69c
,4-Hr. Special, Friday Night 6-9
Canned MILK can 1Oc
Fla. Grade 'A' Small
EGGS 2 doz. 49c
None Better ARMI
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
Hey 4 ids
ENTER OUR BIG
COLOR BOOK CONTEST!
M FREE BICYCLEE
NINE OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES
Enter The National Contest With
$5,000.00 First Prize
Ask Our Cashiers For Our Free
Jack and the Bean Stalk Ex.,a Tiny
Nabisco Large Box Ritz
SIRLOIN STEAK Ib. 69c
ONIONS small bag 15c
Irish Potatoes 10 lb. 39c
Turnips, Collards, Mustard
3 Ibs. 69c
Signet SYRUP 39c
With $10.00 Grocery Order
SUGAR 5 Ibs. 19c
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TH URSDAY SEPT.EM BFR 23, 1954
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE. GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
,oA I MNI
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First Baptis W iU !WMLU for another year. The new WMU officers for 1955
FirstCircle 6 was n charge of ;h are as follows: Mrs. NV. R. Scott,
Names New Officers Royal Service program with 'Irs. p.-:den;: AIrs. Wes ey Ramsey
Names-new u s p dent; .rs. Ne. o. fi
William Chafin, program chairman cie rdent;Mrs. W,. Ni
S W o t presenting the program, "A Sinful chols, 2nd vice president; Mrs.
The WMU of the First Bapis world A Sufficient Saviour". Tak- Joe Bracewell, young people's lead-
Church met Monda, Septembers ing par on the program were Mrs. er; Mrs. C. Pridgeon, recording
at 3 p.m.Charles Gill. Mrs. Wesley Ramsey, secretary; Mrs. E. C. Cason, cor-
present for the Ryoal Service Pro- Mrs L. W. Cox. Mrs. F. Aers. responding secretary; Mrs. Clifford
ram and installing of new offi- rs. W. B. Richardson, Mrs. Joe Tharpe, treasurer; Mrs. Joe Brace-
cers for the ear 19. Bracewell, Mrs. A. V. Bateman,ell, stewardship; Mrs. W. B.
The meeting was opened with Mrs. Ralph Nance and Mrs W. O. Richardson, mission study; Mrs.
all singing "Jesus Saves". Rev. Nichols C. G. Costin, community missions;
L. J. Keels led the group in prayer iMrs. E. H. VanLandingham, chil-
and gave a brief review of the Th ogam was closed with dren's home; Mrs. A. V. Bateman,
,all sinking, Our Best". Mrs. J. 0.s...B an,
new WMU year book, "At our training school; Mrs. J. D. Lane,
Very Best For Our Lord". The new aet led the group prayer w relief: Mrs. Vc esey Ramsey,
WMU watchword is taken from After a brief business meeting, publicity; Mrs. H. F. Ayers, social
John 3:14 and their new song is Mrs. T. E. Parker. Sr., dismissedchairman; C. McClelan
"When I Survey The Wondrous the group with prayer. erairman;r A M lella
flower chairman; Mrs. A. V. Bate-
Cross". Rev. Keels closed the in-] Mrs. NW. R. Scott, the new presi-:r Me-
stalling services with a prayer ask- dent for 1955, brought the devo-, '-a- advisory to Marion P. Gow-
ing for great blessings on the tional taken -.com Psalms. hard Circle; Mrs. V. J. Daughtry,
It is such a little word, yet sh
often particularly when she
thinking to herself. For it seems
there are so many questions and
She tells herself that she isn't u
is young and attractive, has a
friends, and enough material thin
..-':' her wants. Yet- thert is someth
something that makes her restle
should be at peace enj:.ying th
some of the best years of her lif
asks herself. Why?
The answer is a simple one. Tl
Nothing lacking in her life .. the
She hasn't found the basic faith
swer her questions. She needs
background that the Church ali
her. And until she hnds this-she
Do you ask yourself "Why?'
THE CHURCH FOR
he uses it so ALL FOR THE C
is alone, and Te Church ,; Ih, ra.
s, then, as if c-r c.n eorh .a r h u,
S so few an- 'ars eh d r -
',hc.iur a ,'r
unhappy. She Oacr nr
"Y -, There
family and F r whe ,:r
igi to satlis y T1cr,- ;rv,-e re
hing lacking. or 'h Ch,'ch 'r, I
ss when she ,chid c I ,
ie bounty of h" rr C Mr t,,.
e. W hy, she Fr ;'he ca t el C ,.i
f P r i ,J.' i ': :- or,:
thre iis ome- ru' r- an .:
re is a void. te d,3j, rea
that can an. Da
the spiritual E Cd i ,, ,
>ne can give M nd ., ',:,
T .,la, i t, w -,
will still e
F rj:.~. L ,.-,
too? sud.y R
,Sturd v R' ns !
advisory to BVWC circle... Mrs. L. Presbyterian Circle Meets
W. Cox, baby visitors; Mrs. T.E. With Mrs. C. W. Long SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
Parker, Sr., and Mrs. Robert Ell-DAY SCHOOL LESSON
zEy, Sunbeam leaders for three, The women in circle number 1
four and five-year-olds; Mrs. Black- of the Presbyterian Church met
burn and Mrs. W. 0. Nichols, Sun- Monday, September 20, with Mrs. By Rev. Bill Iverson, Pastor overflowed like a mighty volume
bea leaders for six, seven and C. W. Long. Mrs. Henry Campbell First Presbyterian Church as they answered, "We Cannot
eight-year-olds; Mrs. Aubrey Tm -opened the meeting with prayer. "LIVING LIGHTS" But Speak the Things We Have
inson, Junior G. A.'s. 9 and 10 year Reo. W'lliam T. Iverson me Scriptures: Matthew 5:13-16; Seen and Heard." Imagine as in
alds; M1rs. William Chafin, Junior ith te group and gave the study John 1:i0-52a; Acts, 4:13-20; Acts the land of freedom, and how we
G. A.'s, 11 and 12 year lods; Mrs. Ephesians 5 and :4-8, 26-40; Corinthians 5:11-20; Ithink, "I just\can't speak about Je-
Richard Saunders, intermediate G. book iaken from Ephesians 5 and '" S -
Richard Saunders, intermediate G. 6 I Peter 3:13-16. Devotional Read- sus people will think me pe-
A.'s; Mrs. Wesley Ramsey and ing: Rmans 10:4-15. culiar." Somehow we don't have
Mrs. Clifford Tharpe, junior R. A.'s. Among the ten members presRoans what Peter and John had See
,ent wer-e Mrs. Henry Camphetil, II. Light on the Subject: Romans what Peter and John had See
Sw M -- rs. Hey 10:4-15. Acts 4:8, then Acts 1:8.
Mrs. Lawrence Bissett.-Mrs. HI. iH.
The government of India will E r. harles Garwa Mrs. This is indeed one of the most V. Light from Fiery Persecution.
pay $444,000 compensation for c gng Sunday School lessons Acts.8:4-8.
!'ice paddy fields in Manipur mm, Greer, Mrs. BaMrl KT we have ever had. It places upon Stephen had been martyred, and
State, converted into air strips in itchell, Mrs. R. D. Prows and us the incomparable opportunity a terrible persecution ensued. We
World War I'l. Imphal reports. Mrs. N. Sill 'and the inescapable obligation of read that Christians were scattered
r____ e carrying the unsearchable riches fo everywhere, preaching the word.
S TO CHURCH SUNDAY Christ to the world for whom He The word "preaching" there does
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY died. Now read each scripture. not mean from the pulpit but tell-
LCHURCHI First of all notice in the devo- ing or gossiping from person to
tional thought. Though it is true person.
SANNOUNCEMENTS that, "Whosoever shall call on the VI. Light from a Match. 8:26-40.
name of the Lord shall be saved, (Are you reading these scriptures?)
yet it pleased God that this order Philip the Deacon was preaching
Highland View Baptist Church be established in His eternal plans in great powet in Samaria with
Rev. P. G. Saffoid, Pastor They can't believe unless they tremendous results. But God said
Prayer Service, Wednesday 8:00. hear, and they can't hear unless "Get up and go" and Philip "Got
Sunday Services someone is sent. up and went" as one translation
9:45 a.m. Sunday School II. Lights in the Wrold. Matthew says. Simple obedience. In the de-
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 5:13-16. s-rt Philip found one man, and
6:45 p.m. Training Union Salt is silent and so is light, but led him to Christ, and sent him to
8:00 p.m. Evangelistic Service ihey are indispensable in life. the court of the Ethopian queen
7:00 p.m. (Wed.) Choir Practice Salt preserves and gives savor, to tell a nation of Jesus. "Behold
8:00 p.m. (Wed) Prayer Meeting while light brightens, warms, and how great a fire a little match kin-
I, 2 reveals what otherwise would be dleth."
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH unseen or known. Christians are VII. L'ght in a Glowing Mesage.
Rev. L. J. Keels, Pastor the salt to preserve and give good In this passage we see the fires
Sunday School, 9:45 aJn. flavor to this otherwise tasteless *of God's terror as a reason to tell
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. world. the wcrld of the glorious reconcili-
Training Union, 8:00 p.m. ILl. Light from the Fireplace. action of God and the world through
Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m. John 1:40-42a. the death of Christ. On the cross
Woman's Missionary Society, Mon- IV. Light from Burning Hearts. Him who knew no sin was made
day at 3:00 p.m. iPeter and John preached the sin for us, that we might be made
Junior R.A. and G.A. and Intermed- mighty, ruling, reigning Christ in the righteousness of God in Him.
iate G.A. on Monday at 4:15 p.m. all His glory and grace, and the VIii. Light in a Dark World. 1
h Intermediate R. A. Tuesday at 4:00. bewildered Pharisees could hardly Peter 3:13-16.
n : t uig 1
This Series of Advertisement is Contributed to the
Cause of the Chiarch By the Following Merchants
H. S. LILIUS, Jeweler
25 Years Experience In Watch Repairs
Phone 162 322 Reid Ave.
MOUCHETTE'S STYLE SHOP
316 Reid Ave.. Phone 288
St. Joe Furniture & Appliance Co.
Low Down Payments -- Easy Terms
Phone 239 205-207 Reid Ave.
"Exclusive But Not Expensive"
Phone 65 410 Reid Ave.
PIGGLY WIGGLY SUPER MARKET
Home Owned by E. J. Rich and Sons
Phone 306 205 3rd Street
West Florida Gas & Fuel Company
"Our Rolling Pipelines Never End"
Port St. Joe, Fla. Phone 342
Phone 99 328 Reid Ave.
MODERN FURNITURE CO.
"Go Modern With Us"
Phone 181 232 Reid Ave.
'MCOY'S DEPARTMENT STORE
"Your Family Shopping Center"
308 Reid Avenue
FULLER'S SUPPLY COMPANY
Fishing Tackle Shertwin-Williams Paints
Phone 231 213 V2 Reid Ave.
J. LAMAR MILLER, Agent
Standard Oil Company
Phone 127 1st. and Garrison
COSTING'S DEPARTMENT STORE
"Nor Service and Quality"
Phone 148 208 Reid Ave.
ST. JOE HARDWARE COMPANY
Hardware, Paints, Building Supplies
Phone 14 203 Reid Ave.
BOYLES' DEPARTMENT STORE
"Pay Cash and Pay Less"
222 Reid Ave.
ROCHE'S APPLIANCE STORE
Phone 291 209 Reid Ave.
DANLEY FURNITURE COMPANY
"Make Your House A Home"
Phone 56 309-11 Reid Ave.
Preaching at White City Mission
Tuesday at 8:00.
ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC
8th St. between Monument and
Rev. Robert O'Sullivan, Preist
1st Sunday of each month.
Mass 8:30 a.m., Confessions,
8,00 to 8:20 a.m.
Other Sundays of each month.
Mass 10:30 a.m. Confessions,
10:00 to 10':20 a.m.
Holy Days of Obligation.
Mass 7:30 a.m., Confessions
7:00 to 7:20 a.m.
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST
C. Odum, Pastor
Meeting in High School Auditorium-
9:45 a.m., Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
1:30 p.m. The Baptist Hour, WDLIP
6:45 p.m. Baptist Training Union
8:00 p.m. Evening Worship
8:00 p.m. (Wed.) Prlyer Service
Nursery open for all services
Public cordially invited
Highland View Methodist Church
Rev. Charles Boland, Pastor
10:00 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
6:30 p.m. Methodist Youth fellow-
8:00 p.m. Evening Worship
8:00 p.m. (Wed.) Prayer Service
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Fred L. Davis. Pastor
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship.
6:45 p.m. MYF. Seniors. Inter-
8:00 .m. Evening Worship.
7:30 p.m. (Wed.) Prayer Service
8:00 p.m. (Wed.) Choir Rehearsal
Kenney's Mill Baptist Church
WT. Holland. Pastor
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worshio
8:00 p.m. (Wed) Midweek S3-vice
6.45 p.m. Baptist Training Union
8:00 p.m. Evening Worshin
Everyone invited to all services
Oak Grove Assembly of God
Lloyd D. Riley, Pastor
10:00 a.m., Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
8:00 p.m. Evangelistic Service
8:00 p.m. (Wed.) Prayer Service
8:00 p.m. (Fri.) Christ Ambassa-
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL
Minister In Charge
7:30 a.m., Morning Prayer
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
9:45 a.m. Church School
7:00 p.m. Young People's Ser
BEACON BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. John T. Dudley, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship. 11:00 A.M.
B.T.U., 7:00 P.M.
Evening Service, 8:0v P.M.
Hour of Power, Wed., 8:00 P.M.
stand the dazzle of His risen splen- Remember, the word martyr and
dor as these humble fisherman pro- i he word witness are the same in
claimed Christ in the power of Greek, the Bible language. A chris-
His spirit. When tried before the tian has always shown the bright-
same group that crucified Jesus a est in the darkest settings, like
few months before, and command- Martin Luther when he stood
ed not to speak in that NAME, the against the Holy Roman Emperor.
fire of the Living Christ within What kind of light are you?
Long Avenue WMS
Divide Up Circles
The WMS of the .Long Avenue
Baptist Church met in the home of
Mrs. W. D. Sykes, at 1021 OLong
Avenue, on Tuesday, September
21, at 3 p.m.
The Royal Service program en-
titled "A. Saviour Sufficient for
-Our Young People";-was presented
by the program chairman, Mrs. C.
H. McKnight. Those taking part
on the program were Mrs. J. C.
Odum, Mrs. L. E. Voss, Mrs. Frank
Smith, Mrs. H. L. Ford, Mrs. W. D.
'Sykes and Mrs. Joe Ferrel.
During the business session the
following were elected to serve in
the young people's organizations
for the new church year which be-
gins on October 1:
Mrs. Joe Ferrell, young people's
leader; Mrs. A. P. Jackson and
'A-- T A AIE-nnd Rl,,.T,/.A.
Mrs. Belin Hostess To
Methodist Circle One
Circle Number One of the Me-
modist WSOS met at the home of
Mrs. Jake Belin Monday afternoon.
After a short business-meeting, the
devotional was given by Mrs. J. C.
The lesson, which was "What is
A Neighborhood House"?'"Who Is
My Neighbor?" "How Is Neighbor,
hood Life Improved?" "Church and
Denomination" was given by Mrs.
Walter Johnson, Mrs. George Su-
b r, Mrs. J. C. Laney, Mrs. Leo-
The meeting was closed with the
Refreshments were served to the
following members: Mrs. Walter
Jqhnson, Mrs. Josh Miller, Mrs. J.
C. Laney, Mrs. Jake Belin, Mrs.
George Suber, Mrs. Bob Bringman,
Mrs. S. B. Witt, Mrs. Leonard Be-
lin and Mrs. J_ Lamar Miller.
VMrs. J. A. AllgoodUU, Sunbeaml
Counsellors; Mrs. Frank Smith,
Junior Girl's Auxiliary; Joe Wilkie, Miss Marietta Chafin
Junior Royal Ambassadors. To Go On Mission Tour
The circles for the new year were
The circles Miss Marietta Chafin, daughter
divided as follows: Circle 1, Mrs. M
of Mr. and Mrs- Millmo .C 1. of...
J. C. Odum, Mrs. Charles Carter, o M. a .
I310 Garrison Avenue, has been
Mrs. R. H. Marshall, Mrs. H. W. 1 Gar venue, has ben
selected as one of five Florida
Williams, Mrs- C. H; McKnight,
Mrs. Buck Burge, Mrs. M. L. Britt, Baptist young people to make a
Jr, Mrs. Ma ese, Mrs. W. .mission tour fo Cuba with Miss
Jr, Mrs. Max Neese, MrS. W. R.
s. A. P. arti, Mrs. Elizabeth Provence, State Young
riariisey, Mrs. A. P. Martin, Mrs. e P ne,
Wayne Hendricks and M. Frank People's Secretary of the Florida
Wayne Hendrick~s and Mrs. Frrank
Smih Baptist Woman's Missionary Un-
Cir Miion and Armand Ball, State R. A.
Circle Number Two; Miss Alm Secretary
Baggett, Mrs. Bert Hall, Mrs. Ken- They will fly from Miami the
neth Bateman, Mrs. Joe Wilkie, ggth of September and return to
Mrs. W. H. Howell, Mrs. W. D. Miami the fourth of October. Dur-
Sykes, Mrs. George Cooper, Mrs. ing this week they will visit the
Grady Player, Mrs. Jack Ham- Baptist mission fields in Cuba.
mock, Mrs. Eldridge Money, Mrs. _______
J. A. Alligood, and Mrs. Joe Mc- SUNDAY IS RALLY DAY AT
Leod. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Circle Number Three; Mrs. Durel This Sunday is Rally Day at the
Brigman, Miss Beth Ann Carter, Presbyterian Church, and those of
Mrs. H. G. Harvey, Miss Mabel the Sunday School are reminded
Williams, Mrs. T. M. Watts, Mrs. to bring every available person
L. E. Voss, Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Mrs. who needs a Sunday School home
H. L Ford, Mrs B. R. Gibson, Jr., to come join the Sunday School.
Mrs. Jasper Meadows, Mrs. P. B. There will be a special program
Fairie3 and Mrs. A. P. Jackson. presented by .the whole church
The Days of Instruction in WMU school on the theme, "Salute the
wctik were announced as follows: Christian Teacher." it is univer-
Miari.nna, Sept. 28, with southwide sally recognized. by the Sunday
leaders as instructors; Immanuel, School as the life-line of good
Panama City, Oct. 19, with Miss
Josephine Jones, Florida's WMU
Executive Secretary, as the in-
structor. The ladies were urged to
attend these meetings.
1 The president, Mrs. Joe Ferrell,
announced that the Long Avenue
WMU, which is composed of the
WMS and BWC circles, reached
the Standard of Excellence for the
past year. The ladies were urged
to support the president for the
new year, Mrs. James T. McNeill.
At the conclusion of the business
sessionn the hostess served a salad
plate with cake and iced tea to
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
Church growth. It is urged that ev-
eryone be in some Sunday School
LONG AVENUE SUNBEAMS
MEET WITH 12 PRESENT
The pre-school Sunbeams of the
Long Avenue Baptist Church met
with their leader, Mrs. A. P. Jack-
son at her home at 3:00 pnm. Tues-
day afternoon- There were nine
members arid three visitors pres-
The meeting opened with prayer,
the watchword and rally cry.
The children completed their
study of the mission work in Cuba.
After a period of singing and
handwork, refreshments were are-
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THE STAR, POR-r ',qr JOE, GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
THURSDfAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1954
Stire or shirk.
CAMPUS INN Goo-seli your talent to the world
CAMPUS INN in ne
Till from its want and superstition
News of Port St. Joe High School
By MARTHA COSTIN r
By MARTHA COSTIN It shall become a place where
dreams come true-
Thought For The Week God's great dream--made eal
Among your talents is a gracious because of y~ou.
dream, F. R. Greer
To make come true and let it Tennis Club Plans Project
constant gleam The Tennis Club, under the spon-
Shine out in places dark and gaunt sorship of Coach Marion Craig has
and drear, outlined several outstanding pro-
In all the many days of every year jects for the year.
A talent to be used and not to send In addition to actual practice
Unused and empty to untimely end 'and discussion of rules and tech-
Because you are afraid to try and niques, motion pictures of top
work players will be shown from time to
Your dream ,of love-And never time.
TH STAR POR ST. JOE GUL CONY LRD HRDA ETMER2,
Be Proud of Tour Homee I"i
J annu .-..
THIS GROUPING WAS THE BIG HIT OF THE FURNITURE
FASHION SHOW! Really Smart!
.8-pc. ensemble that transforms your living room into a dream of matching charm by day,
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2-Pc. SUITE ARMLESS CHAIR 1 COFFEE TABLE
2 MATCHING LAMPS 2 END TABLES
DOUBLE OR SINGLE BED _---- $29.00
5-DRAWER CHEST $49.00
DESK CHEST $39.00
DOUBLE DRESSER $79.00
BED, CHEST, VANITY & BENCH. 12 9
The club is also making plans
to bring the Florida State Univer-
sity tennis team here for an exhi-
bition on local courts.
It was organized to promote and
maintain interest in tennis, and
has the following officers: Frank
Dennis. president:; Harry Smith.
vice-p-esideit; BerL MIunn, ecic-
tary aid Bobby Porter, treasurer.
Seniors Introduced To Student
The SS members of the Senior
Class were intrdouced Wednesday
to the Student Body. Bert Munn,
Jr., master of ceremonies present-
ed each Senior by a clever person-
ality jingle, after which they took
their place on the stage along with
other c'ass members. Sponsors.
Mrs. Margaret DeVore and Mr.
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Is Sending Its
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colorful and distinctive fab-
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take your measurements for
delivery now or later.., and
remember-our prices are
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cabin, lights and water. Near pliances. 213 Reid Avenue, Phone
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O THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
FOR SALE ing first and third Monday nights
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house 800 p.m., American Legion Home.
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house
near school. Good neighborhood. R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
House in good condition. Only $6600 St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
Can be refinanced. M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. AII visit
HAVE TWO adjoining lots on Mc nrg companions welcome. J. B.
Clellan and two on Palm. Excel- Iriffith, II, High Priest; H. R.
lent home sites. Priced reasonable. lalge, secretary.
Registered Real Estate Broker SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. O.
211 Reid Ave. Phone 61 0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs.
FOR SALE: Scratch pads, ditto
paper, second sheets, sales books
guest checks. THE STAR, Phone
51 for delivery.
FOR SALE: 53 all state motor scoo-
ter. Can be seen at 108 Hunter
Street. Oak Grove. Allen Norris. 2t
RAWLEIGH DEALER wanted at
once. Good opportunity. Write
rt once. Rawleigh's Dept. FAI-101-
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WILL DO WASHING and ironing
or just ironing in my home. Mrs.
Louise Williams 1108B. Kenney's
days, 7:30 p. m. In Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
rethren invited. R. E. Williams,
N. G. H. H. Shirley, V. G. Bill Car-
\ Meetigg night ev-
S ery other Monday.
S Meetings at Moose
Hall, 310 Fourth St.
MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular
A meetings 2nd and 4th FrI-
days each month, 8:00 p. m.
Members urged to attend;
visiting brothers welcome. R. F.
Scheffer, Jr., W.M.; Paul V. Player,
are being prepared by the Army
Specific projects' which .Sikes
asked the Engineers to consider
included: completion of the navi-
gaJtion portion of the Woodruff
:Dam project; the' cut across S_.
George's Island from Apalachicola
Bay to the Gulf; the East Point
channel in St. George's Sound; the
East Pass in Choctawhatchee Bay;
the Escambia River survey; and
the survey of the channel into
"These projects are before us
all of the time," Sikes said, "and
require constant attention and
nursingalong. I hope that by be-
ing early on the job the Engineers
and the budget people will get to-
gether and agree to ask for ap-
proval of all of these projects at
the next Congress."
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601 Long Avenue
Booth Poole were also introduced. CHANEY G. A.'s MEET AT i ngress
This is an annual program given HOME OF FAY McCORMICK Congressman Busy
by the Junior Class at the begin-
ning o0f each school year. The Chaney Junior G.A.'s met in O ite Recess
the home of Fay McCormick with De Recess
Tea Given Honor Society Members 14 members present Monday after-
The members of the Delta Chap- noon. A scripture reading taken "Just because the Congress is
t.r of the National Honor Society from Isiah 26:1-4 was heard and not in session is no sign.that we
attended a lovely tea Tuesday eve- Nellie Clark led the group in pray- cn relax and. enjoy a' three
ning in the High School library. er. A program, "Jesus In Our months vacation," Congressman
Honor geusts were, Mrs. W. C. Schools and In Our Home" was Bob Sikes said as he returned to
Ivey, Mrs. Lillian Kennington and presented after which the girls Washington this week for two days
sponsor, Miss Netta Niblack. practiced their stewardship play to of meetings with the Bureau of
Members of the Honor Society, be given at the church stewardship the Budget and the U. S. Army
a national organization, are select- night. Engineer.
ed by the faculty on the basis of The meeting closed with prayerI Under discussion were plans to
leadership, character, scholarship, by Fay McCormick and refresh- budget for the completion of sev-
and service. Officers for the year ments were served. eral public works projects in Flor-
are: Barbara Jo Bond, president; ida's Third District. MIoney to be
Martha Costin, vice president and spent during fiscal year 1956 must
Marietta Chafin, secretary. be approved by the Congress in
SI I 1955. and already these renuesta
CARD OF THANKS
I want to thank my friends for
the business that tehy did with me
while I was connected with the
Garraway Chevrolet Company and
would like to invite all my friends
to sea me at my new connection
for your household needs. As I am
no longer connected wtih the above
company am at your service for a
honest and fair deel.
J. 'C. (Chris) MARTIN
Associated With W. C. Roche Co.
"-,.- i'I Thi r r;Ti ro a friend.
INVITATION TO BID
Sealed proposals will be receiv-
ed by the City of Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, at the office of the City 3ierir,
until 5:00 P.M., EST, October 20,
1954. at which tinie bids will be
opened and'publicly reai aloud for
the construction of Water Treat-
ment Facilities at Port St. Toa,
The work consists of construc-
'.ion of water treatment facilities,
including connecting mains; 350
G.P.M., water plant; and raw wa-
er intake, complete and ready for
Plans, specifications and contract
documents will be open to public
inspection at the office of the City
Clerk, or may be obtained from
Smith and Gillespie, Consulting En-
gineers, P. O. Box 104S, Jackson-
/ille 1, Florida, upon payment of
$12.50, which amount constitutes
the cost of reproduction and han-
dling and .will not be returnable.
SBids-must be accompanied by a
certified check or bid bond in an
amount not less than five per cent
of the bid.
No bid may be withdrawn for a
period of thirty days after the
scheduled closing time for the re-
ceipt of bids.
The Owner reserves the right to
reject any or all bids and to waive
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
By: /s/ J. C. Belin, Mayor
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1954
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