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, But Devoted To the Con-
. tinued Development of
PORT ST. JOE
S Weekly Newspaper
"Port St. Joe The Outlet Port for the Apalachicolo-Chattahoochee Valley''
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA Tk URSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1955
NUMBER 20 -
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Fire Destroys Screen of St.
Joe Drive-in Theatre Friday
Local Woman Has
"Pasqua Florida, The Feast of
Flowers" by Louise M. Porter, Dor-
rance and Company, Philadelphia,
'One of the latest books to be
published is written by, Mrs. Ned
S. Porter. Mrs. Porter, the former
Miss Louise Messina, who resides
in Port St. Joe and who is well
known throughout this area for her
intimate knowledge of historical
events of -Floridahfas .'.'il r'iit. ~ai :u
poems and one historical Panorama
entitled, "Americana Pandrama."
iOf "Pasqua Florida", Dorrance
and Company, publishers of Phila-
delphia, had this comment to make,
"Florida's overpowering historical
heritage has seldom, if ever, been
attempted in poetry. "Pasqua Flor-
ida" is the poetic profile, done in
fantasy, of the beauty and charm
of Florida and many of the high-
lights of Florida's history. It was
created out of an overwhelming de-
sire to make these historical events
better known. Although unique in
its approach to the depth of its sub-
ject it adheres for tihe most part
to traditional poetic patterns. At
other times the author creates pat-
terns and designs of her own that
are artistically new and intriguing-
ly fresh. A book you will wish to
read and to own."
Mrs. Lawrence Bissett Is
Hostess To Glad Circle
Mrs. Lawrence Bissett was host-
tiq~ fn ipmh n f thF- Gl dlinli Mr-
The screen of the St. Joe Drive- the manager of the theatre, J. E.
In Theatre was destroyed by fire Ohlinger and his family. According
early Friday afternoon from a blaze to firemen, the fire started in the
of unknown origin. Also destroyed apartment and spread to the screen.
in the flames was the apartment at Ohlinger and his wife had been
the base of the serene occupied by gone from home for about two hours
when the blaze was discovered by
a resident in Highland View,
Sikes Seeks To Save The Ohlinger's lost all their fur-
niture and clothing in the fire.
SSmP Pf e Martin Theatres, owner of the
Small Post Offies drive-in theatre started construction
to rebuild the screen this week. The
Congressman Bob Sikes request- theatre chain plans to remodel the
ed this week that the Post Office drive-in during the process and
Committee of the House of Repre- make the theatre capable of hand-
sentatives intercede in hle imatitr ling Cinemascope pictures.
of the termination y .the Post Of- .'Completion of the, new' screen
fice Department of the functions of will be about next week end,
many thrid and fourth class Post More Fires
Offices in west Florida. Closing of Friday afternoon the fire depart-
the Post Offices is said to be an ment was called to Highland View
economy move by the Republican by a house fire. The house, located
Administration. on the corner of the highway and
"I have consistently supported Sixth Street, was completely envel-
every reasonable economy move hoped in flames when the depart-
advocated by this administration," iment arrived. The house was com-
Sikes said, "but they are straining pletely destroyed.
at gnats and swallowing camels The department was. given assis-
when they deprive our rural con- tance by tank trucks of water from
munities of Post Offices which they the St. Joe Land and Development
have enjoyed for many years and Company and the Florida Forestry
whidh I believe they are fully en- Service on both fires..
titled to. Many of the communities Saturday afternoon the depart-
affected will almost completely lose meantt was called to Kenney's Mill
their identities of their Post Offices to extinguish a fire in an automo-
are close for the sake of saving a bile owned by Otto Thorpe. The
few dollars." automobile was a total loss.
.Sikes stated further that their SERVING ABOARD PLANE
are other economies which would
be much more in the public inter- TENDER USSCURTISS
est, -and that it is his belief that i PACIFIC FLEET (FHTNC) -
the present Democratic majority in e-ving aboard the seaplane tender
Congress will not hesitate to pro- US'S Curtiss is Charles F. McCall,
vide adequate funds for these .small seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Post Offices if the Republican Ad- James P. McCall, Jr., of 1006 Garri-
ministration will normit thpir cnn. son Ave., Port St. Joe.
We Ask Your
A Few Weeks
The publisher of The Star is
asking for your cooperation for
the next couple of weeks. The
newspaper press at The Star of-
fice has served out its three score
and ten years of service and has
given up the ghost. We were in-
formed by a competent machin-
ist that rehabilitation of the old
press would cost around $600.00
to put it back in running condi-
tion. (This in itself is enough to
put the publisher out of running
condition, right here at income
,So The Star Publishing Com-
pany is going to have to hunt an-
other press to publish on. This
will take about three weeks. In
the meantime, The Star is being
composed here and sent to Apala-
chicola for printing on the press
of The Franklin Press. We are
having to vary our schedule to
comply with? that of The Press.
Because of this we would like to
urge that you assume a "holiday
schedule" with your\news and
advertising copy and get them in
to our office as soon as possible.
We regret that a few items will
be left out each week for the
next couple of weeks but if your
copy is in early, it will surely be
in the paper.
We ask your. help in this mat-
Presbyterians To Open
Rev. Daniel Iverson qf iiami, will
open the special evangelistic series
at the 11:00 a.m. service at the
Presbyterian Church here Sunday.
Each night at 7:30, for the follow-
ing week, Mr. Iverson will bring
his simple yet stirring sermons.
The highlight of the services will
be the early morning meetings at
7:00 a.m. These morning Bible clas-
ses are .designed for working men
-and women, so that they can have
the opportunity for this valuable
teaching. Men are to come in their
work clothes. The meetings will be
over promptly at 7:45 so that teach-
ers, school children, and business
people can get to their respective
places. All denominations are espec-
ially invited to worship in the morn-
ing meetings. A breakfast snack is
served before and after the 7:00
IRev. Mr. Iverson will be well re-
membered here from his visit here
last year. The guest preacher is the
father of the Presbyterian minister
here, .Rev. William T. Iverson.
HIGH SCHOOL PTA BOARD
HIGH SCHOOL PTA BOARD
Pic'turedcl abnve. is a viePwIo DF nart oF thep shamhbles madep -v br hlrsio,-c oat Garrawav CThe-rni rC
cle of the Port St. Joe Garden Club tinued operation. .Before entering the Navy he was TO MEET THIS AFTERNOON
in their meeting Thursday after- 'iDemocratic members of Con- graduated from Port St. Joe High A meeting of the executive board
noon in her home on Hunter Circle. gress have not at any time been School. of the Port St. Joe High School PTA
Assisting Mrs. Bissett was Mrs. consulte-d by the administration in is scheduled to be held this'after- *
Henry 'Campbell as co-hostess, its proposals to close these Post CPL' NORMAN MARTIN IS noon at 3:45 in the auditorium of
Mrs. Bissett, circle chairman, Offices" 'Sikes said. "I have lodged NOW SERVING IN KOREA the high school, according to Mrs.
presided over the meeting. Mrs. vigorous protests with the Post FAR EAST -(FHTNC) Serving Rush Chism, president. All board f o $.0 V 1ig h t
Campbell opened the meeting with Office Department over the move in Korea with the 1st Marine Divi- members are urged to attend this
the club prayer. During the bus;- to eliminate these important ser- sion is Marine Cpl. Norman M. Mar- important meeting.
ness, a letter was read from Mrs. vices to the public, and I will con- tin, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Mar- ---
Edith Stanley Steips, Distric I. tinue to do so." tin of 1406 Long Ave., Port St. Joe. Return To Lutz Mrs. Grice Entertains Garraway Chevrolet Company of Company a ruined safe and a brok-
Director. The group adopted as this Before enlisting in January of Mr. and Mrs. Marc Fleishel and Azalea Circle Members the corner of Fourth Street and en window pane.
years work, Garden Therpy an Clb Meet1953 Martin attended Lakeland daughter, Lynn of Lutz, returned to Williams Avenue was the victim Sometime during the night at
year's work, Garden Therapy and Bridge Club Meets 'Hig School. Graughter, Lynn ofaLutz, returned tot
il take part in the monthly pro- g Hh Scho. their home after spending several The Azalea Circle of the Garden of a robbery last Friday night that least two thieves entered a window
g am at the Florida State H spill. Theft He is attached to the 7th Motor hee te etted the thieves approximately in the rear of the Company's auto-
Attractive arrangements of i- Cl me itheho feroo Fr ;Transport Battalion as a truck Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fensom on Gar- Grice January 13 with Mrs.J. C. $325.00 and Garraway Chevrolet mobile repair shop. The burglars
Attractive arrangements of rcif Club met in the home of Mrs. Frank 'driver. went through a paint and tool stor-
wood was brought by the members Hannon on Long Avenue. prison Avenue.,,They were here to Arbogast as co-hostess. Mrs. Arbo- n t paintan
and judged. Mrs. Jim.Bobbi v Arrangements of gladioli w attend the PorteSundin wedding. gast presided over the meeting and SGT. PIERCE TAKES PART age bin in the repair department
awarded the blue ribbon a M Arrangement of gladioli were Farewell Party Honors --- ---- the club prayer was read by the IN "OPERATION CLIMAX" and then entered the office of the
awarded the blue ribbon aul Mrs. used: Prize winners were Mrs. Vic members. BEPPU, JAPAN Sgt. Harold local business.
I C. Nedley was awarded the red Anderson, Mrs. Byron Eells, Jr., members. BEP' JP g Ho local business.
-ib bo. N lMrs. Philip Chatham and Mrs. Future Guest .speaker for te occasion F. Perce, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Entry into the safe was first tried
-i Mrs. Charles Wall and Mrs. Gus Will Ramsey were hostesses Mon- Future subscribers Pierce, Port St. Joe, recently par- through the door by. removing the
Mrs. Bissett announced that the Creech. Others playing were Mrs. day evening in the home of the for- was Mrs. Lucian Watsn of Mar- anticipated in tho no avail The
Gaden Club would sell -ecipe Joe Hendrix, Mrs. Gannon Buzzett, er with a bridge and canasta par- 'Mr. and Mrs. WilliamimentalombatTeam's "Opera- afe was ten turned over nd an
books as their project for tia year. Mrs. Hubert Richar, Mrs. Robert inspiring talk on care and arrange- gion Climax" on the Japanese Is- attack made on the bottom. The
st hr ryr t Riharso, ty honoring Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rus- Chin of Port St. Joe are announc- ments of camellias. Several artistic the Japanes Is- tt The
Mis. Thomas J. Mitchell speaker King, Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mrs. sell, Jr., who are lea to make ing the bth of a son, Robert Fel land of Kyushu. bottom sheet of steel was elec-
tor the afternoon, gave an inform Robert Bringman and Mrs. B. B. t heir h ome in ar leaving to make ing the birth on a son, Robert Fel- arrangements were made by her The last exercise of 1954 for the trically welded on but the thieves
tive and interesting talk on "Tra.ino Scisson. their home in Dallas, Texas. Bridge ton on January 13 at the Municipal from camellias, narcissus and
ive aninteresting talk on Scisson.prizes were awarded to Miss Sara Hospitalaratroopers, "Operation Climax" chiseled and pried the bottom plate
planting". She brought out in her The hostess served strawberry Bray and Mrs. W. S. Quarles, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leroy Smith g was held under low temperature, off. Then it was necessary to chip
talk that most people were afraidshortcake and coffee and anasta prizes went to Mr. and of Whte City announce the brth ine guests were present: Mrs. combat conditions, through two inches of concrete,
to cut roots when transplaningbut Mrs. S. J. Anchors. of a son, James Murray on January Sergeant Pierce a member of which was between layers of the
tht n tnthn th n served refreshments of miniature During the evening, handkerchiefs 15 at the Municipal Hospital. Mrs. 0. Cathy, Mexico Beach, Mr.s. C. P.' Headquarters Company, entered safe for fireproofing. Two more
forced the plant to put out more mincemeat turnovers, shrimp-butter were presented to Mr. and Mrs. Smith is the former Miss Mary V H Mrs E J us M e Army in June 1950 and was last sheets o steel were met and torn
shoots. 'open-faced sandwiches and coffee Russel. Earl Helms of this city. R. L. Stillas, Mrs. W. R. Winters, stationed at Fort Campbell,. Ky. away by the thieves, before gaining
Mrs. Joe Sharit, Mrs. A. J. Ow-; to the following members present: The hostess served pie and cof- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wayne Bush Mrs. W. 0. Nichols, Mrs. C. R. Gar-. entrance to the safe.
ens, Mrs. G. S. Croxton, Mrs. Rob- Mrs. Henry Maige, Mrs. George fee to the following, Mr and Mrs. of Port St. Joe announce the birth away, Jr., Mrs. Long, arianna; Visit In Mobile Records of the company, which
ert Bellows Sr., Mrs. Percy Flei- Cooper, Mrs. Paul Fensom, Mrs. G. Henry Dandridge, Mr. and Mrs. S. of a son, Charles Wayne, Jr., on rs. Lucian aton aranna. Mrs. W. M. Howell Mrs. Ethel werekept inthe sae were scattered
shel, Mrs. Paul Fensom and Mrs. S. Croxton, Mrs. Percy Fleishel, J. Anchors, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. January 15 at the Municipal Hos- Refreshments were served to the Westbrook, Mrs. C. H. Russell about the room in wild abandon.
Bissett volunteered to act as host- Mrs. T. J. Mitchell, Mrs. A. J. Ow- Howell, Miss Hazel Burnette, Will pjtal. Mrs. Bush is 'the former Miss 15 members and their guests, spent the week end in Mobile as Local poliece and Sheriff Byrd
esses for the March of Dimes pro- iens, Mrs. Joe Sharit, Mrs. I. C. Ned- Ramsey, Miss 'Sara Bray, Mrs. Levinia Miller. -- guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Bos- E. Parker were called onto the
gram. ley, Mrs. Jim Bobbitt, Mrs. Robert Ralph Plair and Mrs. Phonso Gil- ----- well. Mrs. Russell was soloist in scene but as of press time Wednes-
Mrs. Bissett and Mrs. Campbell Bellows, Sr., and Mrs. T. Millhouse. bert. Send The Stai to a friend. TRADE AT HOME the Bellinger-Smith wedding, day, no arrests had been made.
Natural Gas Consern P-i
ef mission Enter Cty
King Will Take Part Plan Extension of Line To Miami
In Area Dental Society Will clude Towns Along Way
Dr. Robert King of Port St. Joe,
past president of the Northwest W. L. Gauntt, representing Thorn- Iauntt said his company was now
District Dental Society of Florida, ton. Mohr and Farish of Montgom- serving in the Northwest Florida
will take an active part in the an- ery, Ala'bama appeared before the area around DeFuniak Springs,
nual mid-winter meeting of the or- City Commission Tuesday hight in Crestview, Pensacola and that area
ganization in Pensacola on January reference ,to bringing natural gas and desired continuing their line
22. into the city. to Miami. Gauntt was asking the
Doctors of Dentistry from the 15 Commission if they could receive
counties of northwest Florida will permission to come into the city.
attend the professional sessions. As | nn|A US Gauntt said that the city would
is usual in all dental meetings, the C Vg lle besupplied by a main large enough
convention will be devoted chiefly o t
to lectures by prominent authori-h RreSet Fo r Tonig t residential and commercial custo-
ties on some of the latest advances -mers that might desire natural gas.
in the practice of dentistry. The Two very exciting games will eb He said that an unbroken flow of
dentists in attendance are there- underway at 7:30 Thursday night at the fuel would be piped directly to
fore enabled to pass along to their ,he high school gym. The Garraway this area from the gas fields in
patients. the benefits of the learn- Rickets will contend with the Tyn- Texas.
ing and investigations of top mem- dall Field Champs while Chipola Gauntt told the City Dads that
bers of the profession. Junior College B team will play the no outlay in money would required
Dr. Louis J. Atkins of Blounts- St. Joe All-Stars at 8:45. The local by the City. He explained that a
town, president of the Northwest cagers mean to win both of these system would be installed and the
District Dental Society, will preside games and to put on some real ownership, and operation of the
at the Pensacola sessions, fireworks. These games will show utility turned over to the city. Pay-
Mayor C. P. Mason of Pensacola fine shooting and some tall, rangy ment for the installation would be
will officially welcome the scores players who can play the game well made from revenue from the sys-
of dentists and they will hear a spe- and hard. The Chipola B has had tem. Gauntt said that unlike other
cial address by Dr. Robert Thoburn- a near-perfect season even as the gas installations, no poll would be
of Daytona Beach, president of the Tyndall team. necessary requiring a certain num-
large Florida State Dental Society. Don't miss this chance to reach her of customers to "sign up" be-
Sout to the polio children and still fore the service could become avail-
Leave For Texas able
enjoy a fine night of entertainment.
Mr. ana Mrs. C. H. Russell andenoy a fine night of entertainme Th a e concern is now seeking per-
son, Matthew, left this morning for Adults admission is 50c. Children mission from the Florida Public
their new home in Dallas, Texas. under 12 admitted free. Utilities Commission to extend their
They have been the guests of Mrs. I The Rockets defeated the Ameri- lines but cannot do so unless cer-
Russell's mother, Mrs. Ethel West- can Legion last Thursday with Cliff tain municipalities along the way
brook while here. Waller putting in 17 points. subscribe to the service.
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PAGE T IWO B-
*. \ s em ri Capt H Mrs. Ford Hostess To Presby
S- Miss i Uiemorle fLter, Capt. H. ----ir... cle Tuesday Night Ga
Si undin United in Marriage Jan. 8 Circle 3 of the Long Avenue Bap- A joi
tist Church met in the home of the Wo:
SMrs. H. L. Ford Jan. 18. ian Chu
St. Patrick's Catholic Church, of groom his best man and his usher- H J. .
.. S .- Apalachicola, was the scene Satur- groomsmen were. in the full-dress The meetingwa openedwithall onM
day morning. January 8 at 10:30 uniforms of the U'SAF. repeating the WMU watch word. Mrs. Ti
Mrs. Roy Gibson led in prayer. Mrs.
o'clock, of the inspiring Nuptial Attending the bride as her Maid The theme foi the program was,
Mass, doble-ring Military cere- of Honor was her cousin, Miss Bar- "Pointing the Chosen People to thedevoti
.riony that united Miss Memorie bara Speed Porter of Port St. Joe Way". -Those taking part on the Her top
Louise Porter and Captain Charles and as her Matron of Honor, Mrs. program were Mrs. Roy Gibson do it H
-.., Portery d program were Mrs. Roy Gibson, do it
Henry Sundin in the bonds of Holy Robert C. Weiskopf, Jr., (nee Miss Mrs. H. L. Ford, Mrs. D. C. Rether- Routi
I Mrs. H. L. Ford, Mrs. D. C. Rether-
.'1 MS>' atri-mony. Shirley Aide), of Tarpon Springs, ford, Mrs. Joe Ferell, Mrs. J. H. with a
The bride is the daughter of Mr. her friend since childhood. Meadows. Mrs. Tom Watts closed board v
and Mrs. Ned Swindell Porter of The Honor attendants were iden- the meeting with prayer T ,
Port St. Joe. The bridegroom is the tically gowned in boleroed, floor- the ee.. wi Mrs. T.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bernard length Cotillion gowns of irrides- Iverson
.. Sundin of Minneapolis, Minn. cent ripe plum taffeta featuring hand bouquet of petal pink rosebuds Fred M
SThe marriage vows were spoken long, moulded bodices terminating edged with French illusion, and four go
before the Reverend Robert O'- in Grecian folds, below the waist, wore a nylon rouched coronet, with man of
Sullivan, pastor of St. Patrick's and The voluminous skirts, over crino- single rosebud, in her hair, the N
C san Bob Celebrant of the Mass. Acolytes lines, had accentuated 'back fullness The mother of the bride chose year of
Wearing hi : of autrityon an He UC on' ofgresent- -were Walter Newson Creekmore, gathered into bustle pouffs. Full for her daughter's wedding a Mi- Sunday
ties as the currcn l session of Congress convened in Washington. Jr., Rice Creekmore, cousins of the length formal gloves in petal pink ohael Kent original street-length ing. 3. E
Pictured hl-r? re (I. to r.) D. R. (Billy) Matthews, 8th district; bride, and petal pink sequined and rouch- taffeta dress in Wedgewood blue. by atte
James A. Haley, 7th district; Charles E. Bennett, 2nd district; Bob Mrs. John Marshall, Organist and ed nylon illusion coronets having -It was designed with double Eliza- nan pe
Sikes, 3rd district and dean of the delegation; A. S. Herlon', Jr.,I
5th district; Bill Cramer (Republican) 1st district and Dante Fascell Choir Leader, rendered a soft pre- Iingle rosebuds ornamented the bethan collar and three-quarter
4th dlitrict- Ilude of nuptial music. Mr. Edward hair. They carried had bouquets of length sleeves with double cuffs. ** *
'Eells, of Port St. Joe, sang Schu- half-blown American beauty roses The full gathered skirt fell from a
First Baptist WMS Has votiona "The Master Witnessing bert's Ave Maria. The traditional edged in French illusion. (Continued on page 5)
r Program to Jews", taken from Luke 24:13-31. 'Wedding March from Lohengrin The bridesmaids were Miss Doro- o
Royal Service Program devotional was followed by was plaofed as Procesional and P
The devotional was flowed by was played as Proceionaland thy Green Porter of Apalachicola
inThe WMS Royal Service program going the chorus, "Lead Me To Mendelsshon's Wedding March asnd Yonkers, N. Y., cousin of the LEGAL ADVERTISING
The WMS Royal Service program Recsional. During then
was presented at the First Baptist s Soul Tody Te m ia uing the Mass, Mis. bride; Miss Hazel Burnette of 1. Ca
Church Monday by Circle 4 with was developed by Mrs. Dave Smith Jula Grace Harison, of Panama Port St. Joe and Miss Sara Ceva
Mrs. W. B. Richardson in charge. giving, "They Stick Together So"; City, sang Pans Anelicus ad Philyaw of Port St. Joe and Lake NOTICEOF INTENTION 2. U
I- full hoir redeied the nuptial hymns TO DISSOLVE CORPORATIONS
The topic was "Pointing the Cho- rs. Roy Irwin, "They Get On So"; f"Faith, Hope ad Charity" and City. Their gowns of mauve, irrides- Notice is hereby given under the 3. Ob
Scent taffeta were identical in de- provisions of Chapter 16880, Laws 4. Lo
The Blessed Sacrament. sign to the honor attendants. They of Florida Acts of 1935, to each of 5. Fu
LT EvE Captain Sundin chose as his best wore peta 1 pink, elbow-formal the corporations listed below, the 6. ,Ot
LETS EXE IS I man Captain Lou Mason, USAF, same being incorporated under the
ho is stationed atw Sacramento, o an ornamenting the h laws of Florida, and according to 7. TO
s stained a aramen were petal pink sequined coronets the records of the Secretary of
Clas, u 8 Calif., and his usher-groomsmen of rouched nylon, to which a single State each and every such corpor-
USSeS Bgin TUeSay, Ju ry 1 were Major John Flotorp; Captain rosebud was attached. They carried ation appear delinquent for three 8. De
At The Parish House Samuel R. Nelms; Captain Robert hand bouquets of halfblown Pear- (3) years or more in the filing of
.n .t reports and payment of taxes un- 9. Ti
Tuesday and Friday, 9:30 A.M. Clemenson; Lieutenant Edward son pink roses edged in French der the provisions of Chapter 14677,
Loeb, all of The United States Air illusion. Laws of Florida, Acts of 1931, and 10. De
a Force, Tyndall Field, Florida. The that under the provisions of said
Call The flower girl, Renn Melodie Chapter 16880, Acts of 1935, Laws 11. :De
M RS PAUL FENSM Mrs. H. F. Ayers, "Have They Lost Nelms, little daughter of- Captain of Florida, said corporations have 12. 'Ot
L Their Way?"; Mrs. W. 'O. Nichols, and Mrs. Samuel T. Nelms, was in been classed as subject to dissolu- 12. TC
Instructor, for Information "Our Southern Baptist Guideposts"; miniature gown, with butterfly bus- tion, and tatthree (3) month a- 13. O
ter date of this publication each
Telephone 87 :Mrs. W. B. Richardson, "T'ry Love". tle puff at the back, matching the and every of such corporations list- 14. TC
ep'one The closing song was "Let Others bridesmaids and having identical ed below that have not in the mean-
See Jesus In You", complements. She carried a small time filed their reports due and
paid tax due under the provisions
of Chapter 14.677, Acts. of 1931, Laws 15. 'Ca
of Florida, as amended, will be cer- 16. Su
S" tified to the Governor who will is- 17. Un
sue Proclamation at that time dis- 18. Re
solving said corporations.
Name ... Prin. Place of business 19. TC
Spr S t I ST. JOE SUPPLY CO. INC.
Port St. Joe 20. TC
Sr eIen ti gIt is further directed, that a ccpy
of this notice be published one *
S- time in' the Port St. Joe Star, a
S- ----- .newspaper published in Port St.
Joe. Florida, in whichh county the 21. As
S' hoine office of the above listed cor-
hereunto set my hand and caus- swear
ed the Great Seal of the State represe
of Florida, to be affixed at Tal- set fort
*lahassee, the Capital, this the
12th day of January, A. D., 1955.
R. A. GRAY
Secretary of State
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S_____" GOVERNMENT DISPOSAL NO
READVERTISEMENT OF SEAL
1_ a -'t .. VAGANT LAND
""', PORTION OF ST. JOSEPH BAY
-'?TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE. FLA'
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A car of noble proportions, gallant and gay,
and born to rule the road in flashing style!
In every age, there are those who are not content
with the humdrum, the commonplace.
If you are one of these, the Royal Lancer speaks
directly to your heart.
For here is a car that fairly breathes adventure.
You sense it in the bold forward thrust of its
hood, the sweep of rear deck, the rakish slant of
the New Horizon windshield.
Its beauty is not calm and placid, but eager and
alive-the measure of performance that stems
from the most advanced aircraft-type V-8 engine
on the road.
And should you choose to make this car yours,
you will have this assurance: In any company of
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Lrt F'ri.s 'n ''.i k T:i. A: 3 .' -T3V-TV l';-' .N ( .. ii .
McGOWIN MOTOR COMPANY
Corner Baltzell Avenue and Fourth Street PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
All bids received under this dis-
posal number and opened Decem-
ber 3, 1954 were rejected since the
highest amount bid was not con-
sidered an adequate return to he
Bids are again invited for pur-
chase of the following described
property located at the above site:
'Th property for sale hereunder
consists of two unadjoining tracts;
Tract FA containing approximately
217.3 acres of vacant land, located
in Gulf County, Florida, on the .St.
Joseph Bay Military Reservation
and is situated approximately 7
miles southwest of Port St. Joe
Fla. 'This property will be sold as
two separate units. The bidder may
bid on both tracts or on a single
'This property has been screened
against the known defense and oth-
er requirements of the Federal
HOW, WHEN AND WHERE
All bids must be submitted on
"Invitation to Bid, Bid Form' D-
FLA-423." This form DFLA-423 des-
cribes the property, states the
terms and conditions of sale,' and
provides instructions on how to bid.
Bids will be received at, General
Services Administration, 50 Sev-
enth Street, N. E., Atlanta, Ga., un-
til 2:30 o'clock P. M., EST. on Feb-
ruary 4, 1955, at which place and
time they will be publicly opened
The Government 'has no represen-
tative on the premises; however,
the area is open and inspection
may be made at any time.
The property being offered is sub-
ject to the following:
1. Transfer of title will be subject
to the provisions of Executive Or-
der No. 9908 dated December 5,
1947, relative to reservation in the
Government of all fissionable ma-
2. Transfer of title will be made
by Quitclaim Deed.
3. This installation is offered sub-
ject to any existing easements and
iFor the required bid form D-FLA-
423 and further information ad-
.'GENERAL SERVICE'S ADMIN-
ISTRATION, 50 Seventh Street, N.
E., Atlanta 5, Georgia.
Telephone: Elgin 3311, Extension
Nitrate poisoning sometimes oc-
curs as a result of cattle eating
straw, corn stalks and sugar beet
yterian Women Will Highland View WSCS
father In Joint Meeting,
ter-InJoint Meeing Meets With Mrs. Weeks
it meeting of the circles o
men of the First Presbyter- 'The Highland View Woman's So-
Iroh was held at the church city of Christian Service met Mon-
day night with the president, day, January 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the
ed Beard, presiding. home of Mrs. W. H. Weeks. The in-
William Iverson gave the vocation was by Mrs. Weeks.
nal followed with prayer. .The theme for the m ieting was,
"The Family Steward of Chri*tiaii
*ic was "What soever ye do, "The FmThe Family Inorpf ortia
eartedly unto the Lord." Living, The 'Family Incorporated
Work, The Family That Prays To-
ine business was transacted
ne business was transacted gether Stays Together and Group
report from the executive iseuslon On Prayer".
DiScussion On Prayer".
ihich w~as approved. .Scripture lesson was from Deut.
program was presented by 6:5-9 and the group sang, "Happy
. J. Mitchell, Mrs. William
J. Mitchell, Mrs. William The Home". Mrs. Eloyce Pratt dis-
, Mrs. R. D. Prows and Mrs.
oLean. They brought out the missed the seven members present
als of the year. 1. Every wo- With prayer.
the church to read through
ew Testament during the Want Res
1955. 2. Every woman in the star Want Ad et esl
School studying and serv-
Every woman seeking growth group. The meeting closed with
ending' church. 4. Every wo- prayer by Mrs. Beard. Eleven mem-
articipating in some prayer bers attended the meeting.
a a o~= ,<,*t<< a-> A f <9<&< ^ ^*0 <^ <"<
REPORT OF CONDITION
FLORIDA BANK AT PORT ST. JOE
St. Joe in the State of Florida at the close of business on
December 31, 1954
sh, balances with other banks, including reserve
balances, and cash items in process of collection ... $ 990,838.08
lited States Government obligations, direct
and guaranteed- 1,047,305.90
iligations of States and political subdivisions -....... 162,004.48
ans and discounts (including $8.78 overdrafts) ..- 599,049.46
rniture and fixtures $10,169.38 10.169.38
her assets 6,132.43
)TAL ASSETS 2,815,499.73
demand deposits of individuals, partnerships,
me deposits of individuals, partnerships,
posits of United States Government (including
posits of States and political subdivisions .-..-_--...
her deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) ....
)'TAL DEPO'SITS $2,573,903.77
)OTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated
obligations shown below) 2,596,3'23.39
serves (and retirement account for
preferred capital 40,204.89
)TAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 219,176.34
)TAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 2,815,499.73
This bank's capital consists of:
Common stock with total par value of .---.....--..... $25.000.00
M EMORA ,NDA
assets. pledged or assigned to secure liabiltiies
and, for other purposes &18,000:00
S. L. BARKE, President, of the above-named bank, do solemnly
that the above statement is true, and that it fully and correctly
nts the true state of the several matters herein contained and
-h, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
IS. L. BARKE
J. L. SHARIIT -
ROBERT BELLOW S Directors
HARRY H. SAUNDERS-1
State of Florida, County of Gulf, ss:
:Sworn to and subscribed before me this'10th day of
LY January, 1955, and I hereby certify that I am not an of-
ficer or director of this bank.
My commission expires April 18, 1958
VERNA M. SMITH, Notary Public
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THURSDAY FRIDAY SUNDAY and MONDAY
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RAY MILLAND and
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CHAPTER 4 of SERIAL
"ZOMBIES of the
NEWS and CARTOON
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1965
THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE- GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
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OPEN 7:00 A.M. TO 7:00 P.M.
OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK
WITH FIRST $10.00 GROCERY ORDER
WITH SECOND $10.00 GROCERY ORDER
FLA. GRADE "A"
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Swift's Premium T-BONE LB.
Swift's Premium LB.
Swift's Premium Smoked LB.
Swift's Seminole Sliced Lb.
sA Or, 39 c
ROUND and CUBE LB.
ROUND and CLUB LB.
Nabisco Lb. Box
RITZ CRACKERS 33c
FROZEN Limit 2 Cans
STRAWBERRIES can 19c
TIDE Washing Powders
CHEER Washing Powders
CHOPPED BEEF C c
CORNED BEEF C
1 PINT BAMA
alad Dressing 190
3 LB. CAN
NO. 10 CAN OIL
Friday Family # t to 9
SMALL KILN DRIED
WITH $10.00 ORDER
SUGAR 5 bs. 29c
Canned BISCUITS can 10c
Armour's MILK can 10c
GREEN BEANS NO. 303 CAN CUT 10
Mayfield CORN CREAM STYLE 10c
NO. 1 TALL CAN
Sweet Potatoes lb.
ALL BRANDS CANNED
PERFECT BISCUIT 10 LBS.
2 BOXES STERLING
NO. 5V2 JUG
PORK FAT 480
22 OZ. PKG. DIXIE LILY BABY
LIMA BEANS 21c
SNUFF OR PRINCE ALBERT
TURNIPS or COLLARDS 5c
CARROTS bag 10c
TANGERINES, Each ---1 c
ORANGES, Each ---
Fresh 3 Lb. Basket
No. 1 IRISH
POTATOES 10 lbs. 29c
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i puoLL, 3 L-e" and Bookkeeper
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iirsereuts. u e publishers do not hold themselves liable for
damages furCter than amount received for such advertisement.
:Th si'on'" v:'ird is .gi scnt attention; the printed word
it.U'tlh(fuIcl weiir'ed. Tle spoken word barely asserts;
*eermi~ d ./1d thXroughly convinces. The spoken word
is lo.:; t;,- pBl.lcre 'Wyidi remains.
PAVING OUR HELL
On hiS arrival'at New York's Idlewild Air-
port, UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold
toid reporters that his mission to the Red Chinese
capital of Peiping was only the first step in se-
curing the release of the 11 imprisoned Ameri-
can flyers and other Americans held in Red. Chi-
nese jails. The UN emissary, who had flown com-
pletely around the world to talk to Premier Chou
En-lai on his own doorstep, gave his assurances
that the talks were definitely useful and that
the door can be kept open for more talky-talk.
But the phony "spy" convictions of the 11
flyers have not been reversed. The fliers have
not been. released. The sundry jailed American
civilians, for whom our State Department has
expressed concern, have not been released. The
hundreds of nureturned American POWs from
the Korean War have not been released.
It seems to be impolite, or unappreciative
or something to suggest that Mr. Hammar-
skjold failed in his mission. But even the most
optimistic One-Worlder can hardly claim he suc-
ceeded, or that Chou exactly quailed before the
awesome authority of the UN.
Thus, so far as Americans are concerned,
the UN seems to have racked up a perfect score.
It failed to win the Korean War, conducted un-
der its auspices and restrictions, and in which
Americans did most of the dying and bleeding,
and practically all of the buying. It failed to
enforce the Korean truce secured largely on
the enemy's terms, and only after three years of
"negotiation" in which Americans were the help-
less victims of Red abuse. 'And now the UN has
failed to 'eQorce its.,mandate (voted by the As-
sembly 47'to 5, withltheifviet bloc abstaining)
for the return of P.Ws 1 mined after the signing
inotionwise since the invention of the road sign.
People from all over are asking about our
iown and wanting to settle here to the tune of
about 60 inquiries a month. We feel it is high
time to start telling those thousands, who do not
have the time to take it upon themselves to look
men just took hold and in a three-hour session
formed themselves into a Chamber of Commerce
with a temporary slate of officers'.
According to some long-time residents, this
was the first Chamber to be here since 1940
when a former chamber was disbanded, as were
We would iJa', that the Chamber was the
best thing that'has happened to this town, pro-
us on the map and inquire on their own hook.
We hope those two people we are sending
the paper to this week, to check over for property
for sale, will take note of this and will merely
have to write the Chamber for their next infor-
mation. To clear up what we are talking about,
we received two letters just this week from peo-
ple planning to retire to Florida wanting to know
And so this newspaper says "Welcome
Chamber of Commerce" and may you do every-
of that agonizing truce.
And this is the supra-government, presum-
ably vested with the authority of the civilized
world,-but which has shown itself incapable of
restraining one bandit nation, that threatens to
-override and nullify the Constitution of the
United States! We should remember that per-
fect score zero. Our adulation of the UN
marks the first time Americans have worshipped
at the feet of failure.
Our younger readers will be delighted to
know that we have it on the authority of the
American Hearing Aid Association that EARS
DO NOT HAVE TO BE WASHED TO RE-
MAIN HEALTHY! While we would not go so
far as to say that dirty ears are healthier than
clean ones, science has nevertheless established
that clean ears are a matter of taste rather than
Among other fallacies that the Association
has debunked are the notions that left-handed
people have sharper hearing in the left ear, that
deaf people hear better if we shout at them
and that sea-weeds and seeds may grow in the
ears of bathers.
Albertus Magnus, a savant of the Thirteenth
Century insisted that: "Lion's brain, if eaten,
causes madness; but remedies deafness if inserted
in the ear with some strong oil." Other ancients
considered dried weasel heart mixed with wax
a good cure. These prescriptions, we under-
stand, compare favorably wif~tthe modern idea
of curing deafness by taking a nosedive in an
Blowing tobacco smoke into the ears and
anointing them with onion juice have also had
their vogue, since as far back as recorded history
goes there have been those who were handicap-
ped by impaired hearing. And always, it seems,
these unfortunates sought by one futile supersti-
,:tution or nostrum after another to do something
S Whether people wash their ears or riot, we
think they ought to use them as much as aiy
WELCOME CHAMBER QF COMMERCE
Monday night, a, group of professional men
and business men of the city and representatives
from the paper company met together to form
a business and professional mens league which
would be designed to later be changed to an act-
ing Chamber of Commerce. Well, like so many
other things that have been done here, these
A.'.! l) for Professional Health
SFor fast accurate compounding service,
t o !, bring your doctor's prescription to us to
FOR TODAY'S NEEDS
CONSOLIDATE BILLS you'll save, too,
HOME OR CAR REPAIRS when you buy
DOCTOR OR DENTAL BILLS your health -
SSEASONAL EXPENSES d beauty aids
BETWEEN PAY DAY CASH
at our drugstore
Prompt, Friendly Loans for any good Purpose
BI BRING IN YOUR PRESCRIPTION
UNION FINANCE CO. CAMPBELL'S
221 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla. Phone 218 Walgreen Agency Drug Store
LOOK under the shade when you
buy a lamp. 'There's glamor-and
better lighting combined with
modern design in the new BEAUTY-
It's the smart, economical way to get
beauty plus scientifically correct
lighting when buying either floor or
'Don't be in the dark see your light-
ing dealer now for Beauty-Plus
Lamps... and, while you're there,
stock up on an assortment of spare
lamp bulbs. ,' ..
R. E. PORTER, Manager .
...- ...- i REST OLDSMOBILE DEALER
GARRAWAY CHEVROLET COMPANY
Comer Williams Ave. and 4th Street Phone 388 24-Hour Wrecker Service Port St. Joe, Florida
Lewis Rogers, Richard Zipper, Bil-
ly Cumbie, Gene Cox, Ward Rich-
ard, Tommy and Buddy Kenning-
ton. Wallace Guillot closed the
meeting with prayer.
Glenn Garrett, Carrie May Green,
Martha Ray attended .the MYF sub-
district meeting at the First Metho-
dist Church of Panama City Tues-
day night. They saw a very inter-
esting film on India.
The Woman's Society of Chris-
tian Service of the Highland View
Methodist Church met at the home
of Mrs. W. C. Forehand on Wednes-
day January 12 at 9 a.m..
The hostess served a breakfast
to the guests at which sentence
prayers were said.
Mrs. W. H. Weeks, chairman,
presided at the meeting which
used the theme, "The Family at
Prayer" and the panel discussion
which followed was participated in
by Mrs. W. C. Forehand. Mrs. W.
W. Garrett, Mrs. Lillie House, and
Mrs. Sadie Davis and stressed the
fact that the "Family That Prays
Together Stays Together."
URSftCRDAY, JANUARY 20, 1956
izHE STPAR, PORT STr. JOE, GU~LF COUNTY, FLORIDA,-
so many other things in those troublesome years. thing you should do.
-M Mr. and Mrs. V. Zorn and chil- Rev. Charles Boland spent three
NEWS FROM dren of Albany, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. days last week in Chipley visiting
Uighln l W William Coleman and daughter of his family, Mr. Charles Boland, Sr.
Jacksonville were called here by Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly of Apa-
by MARGIE ROGERS tthe illness of their father, W. P. lachicola spent Sunday with his un-
SColeman, who is confined at the cle and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Municipal Hospital. Kelley.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ,Skipper ofMunicipal Hospital. Kelley.
Pensacola and sons, Ronnie and Mr. and Mrs. Branch of Wewa- The R.A.'s of the Highland View
Devon spent the week with Ken- hitchka were visiting their chil- Baptist Church metTuesday at 4:30
reth's sister ad family, Mr. and dren Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl with their counsellors, Wallace
Mrs. W. B. Burke and mother and Raffield and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Guillot and J. D. Little. Their les-
father of Oak Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Branch. son theme was "Some Have Found
G. W. Skipper. Mrs. Mary Kelley visited her sis- The Way". Those attending were
'Mrs. Russell Braswell and daugh- I ter Monday, Mrs. Richard Lewis
ters Elaine and Carol Lynn of Co- and family of Vernon.
lunmbia, S. C., are now residing with Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Burke is
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Strange. PFC. spending the week end in Pensa- E
Braswell will ve serving in the cola, with her brother and family, D
European theatre. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Skipper. DLi
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THLUhDAY, JANUARY 20, 1
(Continued from page 2)
swathed hip-line. Her formal cloche
with jeweled nose veil, and three-
quarter length gloves were rose
beige. Her purse and slippers were
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The bride, etherally lovely, en-
t-red nn the arm of her father wear-
her throat had been a gift from
her maternal grandfather to her
maternal grandmother and present-
ed to her, for this occasion, on her
sixteenth birthday. She carried a
'hand bouquet of white calla lilies
tied with white satin ribbons.
Both sides of the bride's family
for four generations have been
prominently identified with the so-
cial, religious, civic and industrial
history of Apalachicola from its
ing a Princess gown of candlelight immediately following the Nup
tial Mass the breakfast-recetion
duchess satin. Clipped rose-point
lace outlined with seed pearls and
iridescent sequins moulded the
fitted basque-bodice that extended
below the waist into a Shepherdess
Apron. The voluminous circular
skirt of Duchess satin ended in a
scalloped Cathedral train. (The
gown was the 'wedding costume of
Mirs. Stephen Richard Heyser, a
friend of the bride since babyhood).
Her double-tiered, finger-tip gossa-
mer French illusion veil was edged
in wide Brussels lace and attached
to- a French Coronet bonnet made
of Brussels lace and seed pearls.
She carried an hierloom handloomed
Tenerif lace handkerchief that had
been carried by her mother and
her maternal grandmother at their
marriages and the hierloom, filagree
La Valliere of real pearls, adorning
Reg. to $39.95
0 POODLES ]
O NOVELTY WEAVES
'was given by, the bride's parents
at the ancestral home of the bride's
paternal grandmother, Mrs. Richard
Gibbs Porter, Sr.,.and aunt, Miss
The guests were welcomed by
Mrs. Richard J. Heyser, cousin of
the bride, Mrs. Joseph Messina,
aunt of the bride and Mrs. Willis M.
Glass, foster-aunt of the bride and
were introduced to the receiving
line by Mrs., Byron 'Eells, Sr., of
Port St. Joe Mrs. Hubert Drennen
and Mrs. John Marshall. Forming
the receiving line were the mem-
bers of the bridal party, the par-
ents of the bride, the parents of
Ithe groom and Mrs. R. C. Hedstrom,
of Iowa City, Iowa, godmother of
the groom and Mrs. Evelyn Sun-
din, Minneapolis, Minn.,. aunt of
lustre-blue kid. Attached to her col- buttons emphasizing the bodice.
lar was her corsage of Pearson At the shoulder of her double Eli-
pink rosebuds. zabethan collar was attached her
The mother of the groom was corsage of Perfection Camellias.
l g d n a stret-lngth Her bouffant skirt fell from a fit-
simularly gowned in a street-lengthed hip-line. Her small white fea-
led hip-line. Her small white fea-
Michael Kent original made of navy there hat was ornamented with a
blue taffeta, with small self-covered single pink Camellia and she wore
three-quarter length white gloves.
Her slippers and purse were in
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BIG BOYS' "STARS & STRIPES" BOYS' AND GIRLS'
DUNGAREES $148 I SWEATERS '$177
SSanforized 8-oz. Denim 0,Warm Cardigans st
Zipper Fly. Sizes 4-16. Smart Slipovers
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THIS GUY SAYS HE'S IN A HURRY!
We very seldom turn a car upside down
to speed a job, but every day we practi-
cally turn ourselves inside out to give the
kind of fast, efficient service that has
made us famous. Try us soon and see for
PATE'S SHELL SERVICE
223 Monument Ave.
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 --._-.. 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Meeting In The High School Auditorium
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
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the groom. back of the rose arrangement were tain Sundin served with the Mill-
The main floor of the home was branched candleabrum, holding'tary Advisory Group attached to
opened ensuite and decorative ar-1lighted pink tapers and adorried, the American Emba3sy in Brussels
rangements of long-stemmed pink'wiih bunches of red Tokay grapes during his tour of duty in Europe.
gladioli, pink-sprayed pine and land pink gladioli. Other appoint- 'For the past year he has been as-
festoons of smilax in white pedes- ments were silver. Presidiig at the signed to the Maintenance and Sup-
tal baskets ornamented the scene. coffee services were Mrs. G. Rod- ply Group of Tyndall Air Force
White satin and Southern smilaxlman Porter, .cousin of the bride; Base, where he attained the rank
graced the winding stairway. White Mrs. G. P. Rusmisel, cousin of the of Captain in March' of 1954.
branched floor candlebrum and bride and Mrs. Agnes Wefing, of Approximately 350 guests attend-
branched silver candlebrum hold- Daytona Beach, aunt of the bride. ed the wedding, and 250 the break-
ing lighted pink tapers further beau- Mrs. Porter was n charge of the fast-reception. Hundreds of magni-
tified the rooms. The bride's book catering and 'Mrs. Rusmisel in ficent gifts attested the high es-
was kept by Miss Betty Otto An- charge of the decorating for the teem in which this couple is held.
derson of Port St. Joe and Mrs. Ed- reception. They were on display in both Port
ward Loeb of Panama City. Punch was served from three St. Joe and Apalachicola.
The bride's table, overlaid with crystal and silver punch bowls, gar- Out of town guests, other than
Italian cut-work and lace cloth, was landed with pink gladioli. Alternat- the bridal party and those partici-
.centere with the four-tiered wed- ing in presiding at the punch.bowls paying in the wedding and the re-
Sding cake, topped with white icing were Mrs. Mare L. Fleishel, Jr., of ception, were: Mrs. Harvey Liddon
wedding bells and encrusted with, Lutz, Florida; Mrs. D. B. Lay, Mrs. ife of the groom's Commanding
white icing calla lilies. Branched Strafford Barke Mrs. Paul Fen- OiLcer, Colonel Harvey Liddon:
silver candleabrum with pink light- som, Mrs. Ralph Rich of Port St. Mrs. John Flotorp, Mrs. Samuel E.
ed candles adorned either side. Miss Joe; Mrs. Edward Ryan Hays of Nclms, Mrs. Robert Cleme.noa and
Emily Porter, paternal aunt of the Apalachicola. Mis. Edward Loeb, wives of the
bride, presided, after the bride had Mrs. Richard Gibbs Porter, Sr., groomsmen: Major and Mrs. B.
cut the initial slice with the hier- Grandmother- of the bride, Mr. and Disbrow, all of Tyndall Air Force
loom Civil War saber belonging to Mrs. R. G. Porter, Jr., aunt and Base; Lieutenant and Mrs. Rich.
Captain Robert Clemenson, Usher- uncle of the bride; Mr. Richard Jos. ard Stephen Heyser, Turner Air
Groomsman. Heyser, Mrs. D. Bieman Alexander, Force Base, Ala., Lieutenant Tom
The coffee table, overlaid with of Daytona Beach, Mrs. Newton Owpns, O'Hare Air Force Base, Ill.,
handmade punchwork cloth, was 'Creekmore and Mrs. Herbert Mar- Marc L. Fleishel, Jr., Lutz; Alfred
ndmade punch.wok cloth, was shall, Mrs. Harold Quackenbush, all M. Daspit R. McDaniels, New Or-
centered with pink Briarcliff roses cousins of the bride assisted in car- leans, La.; Mrs. Robert Runn, Mo-
arranged in four silver vases attach-
arranged in four silver vases attach- ing for the guests. bile, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Pal'
Switch slender silver chains to a ix young ladies, the daughters mer, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Francis
fifth central silver vase. To theside of intimate friends, were the serv- Sawyer, Miss Amelia Gibson, Mrs.
ers. They wore waltz-length, nylon Elizabeth P. Coombs all of Tallahas-
net and taffeta gowns in pastel col- see; Carlton Philyaw, Atlanta; Mrs.
ra ors and their hair bandeaux were 'L. R. Sanders, Lake 'City; Mrs.
of satin and silver rosetted ribbons. Charles Aubrey Marks, Norfolk,
They were Miss Lynn Fleishel, of Va.; Warran Hutchinson, Washing-
Lutz, Miss Diane Lay, Miss Eliza- .ton, D. C.; Mrs. Grady Hutchinson,
b beth Ann Brown, Miss Judy Fen- Mrs. E. E. Brewton, Mrs. Lawler
scm and Miss Glenna Boyles of Watson Mrs. Miller, Miss Elizabeth
Port St. Joe; Miss Patsy Ann Hays Ackerman, Mrs. Louis R. Harrison,
and Miss Joan Glass of Apalachi- all of Panama City; S. L. Barke,
cola. I'Byron Eells, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. John
'Mrs. Dan Aide, of Clearwater, (Aide, Mrs. Charles Garraway and
and Mrs. 'Charles Travis Drennen Idaughters, Beth and Charlene, Miss
bid the guests adieu. Ann Miller, Mrs. Joe Paffe, Mrs.
Mrs. Sundin chose for her going Wm. F.-. Wager, Mrs. Wesley Grace,
away costume an Ashes of Roses Mrs. Norman Allemore, Miss Mar-
cashmere ensemble featuring crys- jorie Austin, 'Mrs. John Robert
tal and pearl jewel studded collar. Smith Edward Smith, Mrs. Glenn
S Her jewel encrusted velour beret Boyles, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ash-
.^d and nose-tip veil, and her gloves ley, Mrs. Ralph Rich, Mrs. Albert
were light pink; her slippers and Ward, Misses Barbara and Betty
'bag were bronzed kid and her Ward, Mrs. Gannon Buzzett, Mrs.
Shoulder corsage was of calla lilies: Marc Tomlinson and daughter, Bet-
";* ,Captain and Mrs. Sundin flew to ty, Mrs. George Patton, Mr. and
SPanama City after the reception, Mrs. Tom Owens, Mrs. W. S. Qular-
and from there via car to Chenaut les, Jr., Mrs. H. C. Philyaw, Jimmy
Air Force Base, Rantool, Illinois, 'Philyaw, Mr. and Mrs. Voctor An-
S, where Captain Sundin has been as- derson and daughters, Mary Ann
signed to duty. Mrs. Sundin attend- and Gall, Mrs. Ferrell Allen, Jr.,
ed Barry College in Miami and is Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lawson, Mr.
-.... i accrediated by the American So- and Mrs orge Suber, all of Port
", city of Clinical Pathologists. Cap- 'St. Joe.' .-
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MANY ITEMS ARE
CUT iO TH BONE
DUE TO VERY LOW PRICES, ALL SALE ITEMS MUST BE
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Sale Starts Wednesday, Jan. 19--FOUR DAYS ONLY--Open All Day Wednesday
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Ladies SADDLE OXFORDS
NECK TIES 99c
ADAM HATS $3.99
MANHATTAN AS LOW AS
Reg. $1.25 MANHATTAN
Reg. $1.00 ARGYLE
Reg. $2.95, $3.95 DICKIES
DUNGAREES $1.99 $2.99
REDUCED TO CLEAR
$2.19 and $2.99
Reg. $1.25, $1.50 MANHATTAN
WERE $4.95 $5.95
Men's and Boys JACKETS
REDUCED /3 and MORE
OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
$9.95 to $22.95
VALUES TO $32.50
All Reduced To Clear
Boys Suits and Sport Coats
All Dratically Reduced.
All Wool Imported Flannels
$14.95 9 9.99
q~a\~. 1 la
JARMANS, As Low As, $50
NUNN BUSH, As Low As
MEN'S WOOL Were To $8.50
MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS --------$4.99
MANHATTANS Were $5.95
GABARDINE SPORT SHIRTS --_- $3.99
ALL OTHERS REDUCED TO CLEAR!
From $1.99 up
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THUR$DAY, JOpJi~y 20, 19-55
-rHE STAnR. PORT ST. JOE. GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
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tH f .kSDDY, ,.J4AN.UA.RY 20, 1955
[jMesdames D. R. Hatcher, Alton with Mrs. Robert Daniels.
WHIT CrTY'EWS Hardy, Henry Sewell, E. L. Antley, Mr. -and Mrs. E. L. Antley and
by MRS. GEORE Horace Braxton, S. C. Pridgeon, children visited with relatives near
by MRS. GEORGE HARPER T. O. Upshaw and Harold Chafin Columbia, Alabama last week end,
The WMU of -the White City mis- and Miss Edna Davis. ,Vhile there they attended church
sion met Monday afternoon for The Sunbeam band of the White services at Ebenezer Bqptist Church
their royal service program with City mission met Monday afternoon and heard Dr. Virgil S. Davis, a
eight members and four visitors for the beginning of their mission teacher of Baptist Bible Institute,
present. Mrs. S. C. Pridgeon, pro- study on Panama. The school age who is pastor of the church.
gram chairman, was in charge of Sunbeams met with Mrs. Bud A special welcome to James
the program. Those attending were Bridges, and pre-school Sunbeams Murray Smith, ne wson of Mr. and
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J A NUARY
M SONIC TEMPI E
P, St. Joe l.,
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days eac 1;.
Members urgent 1t '--t
visiting brothers welcome. L. W.
Jordan, W. M.; R. H. Traw.eeK,
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST
THE AMERICAN: LEGION M
ing first and third Monday mi
400 p.m., American [.-i.n
R. A IVi.
VI.. "o?( s w -, 3
ng companions welcome
i;rffith, II, High Priest:
ery r: .' .
GARDEN PARTY ?
in water color print -QR
your loveoabe coat dress
- *Cmeel frsh
.. Completely fresh, Y
The most romantic dress going, every inch 6 .it dn invita 'on's wider collar,
tioh to look your most feminine! Toni Todd does it in ..bright white margi
Marcus' Vogue, water color print cotton with a silky finish. aughn Junior in
A perfect setting for the flattering molded midriff, puffed boan, it's wrinkle:
sleeves, billowing, skirt. Choose brown/pink, blue/cope a a, nVsc cwrinkle-
or aqua/teal. Sizes 10 to 18,. --- -- ...J ...
Seil ttVON seMeademosee
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young and newsworthy, with the sea-
fuller skirt, a wealth of buttons-and
ns everywhere that counts. By Vicky
J. P. Stevens' Highland Park cotton
resistant. Calypso shades of blue, red,
or gold. Sizes 7 to I15-
4-40' .: -
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reiiiren in .
G. G. H. H. Sirie, .,
NEED TV OR
Por a quick, expert check-up
of your sefs performance (no
matter what the make r-''
us. We offer free pr:
up and delivery service. All
work and parts guaranteed.
TV ANTENNAS INSTALLED
Keys Made While You Wait
Bicycle Repairing All Makes
Reel Parts and Repairs
TOP AND SWAP-Headquarters
for your used furniture and ap-
lances. 213 Reid Avenue, Phone
91. WE BUY AND SELL. tfc
Sr dress with a very fresh approach in its printed pattern -
cut io a ftotterirtg molded midriff, it has a sweethe-'
nr.c;:hr., boiero jacket, and all the fullness any skirt cc
Sc.s'.; r! Tcni Todd's exclusive scroll print cotton by Cc'
F -''Crx, accented with silky cotton broadcloth. Wa '
c el-:, co cc u::. Charcoal, blue, brown or red. Sizes 12 to 20.
checks in for fashion
A big bonus to these checks-the widely romantic co:,--,
the dainty Schiffli embroidered eyelet generously splasL;.s
over the hugging bodice and far flung skirt. A Vicl'y
Vaughn Junior in Dan River Wrinkl-Shed Virginia chc-.
gingham, a fabric that declares dividends ev --y v .1
day! Orange, pink, blac':, li'cc or crown v.:i.. ;i. .,
checks. Sizaj 7 to 15.
601 Long Avent .
GLAMOUR CH iM
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Scroll print jacket dress
Mrs. L. Smith. and Mrs. Holsenbeck with her bro- room apartments. A new equip-
Mrs. R..L..Smith. and Mrs. Holsenbeck with iFher bro- E B "DS ment. Phone 9102. Reasonable.: tt
Mrs. George Harper, has been their in Miami. CLASSIFIED ADS
confined to the hospital for several Mrs. James Horton and Mrs. E. A DS--
tconhehospialor several______ .-- HELP WANTED
days but is reported feeling better. L. Antley attended the Baptist As- FOR RENT
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Jordan visit- sociational WMU meeting in Pan- LONESOME COUPLE hope Santa
ed Paama City over the week- ma City Friday. FR RENT: Furnished bedrooms br a baby. Good home, nurse.
end. P a y F and apartments. Private baths Strictly, confidential. Will pay hos-
Mrs. Ella Stebel and Mrs. Carl David's Motel and Apartments, 202 pitl bills. Apply trailer space 38,
Holsebeck are visiting in South Breeding Heifer e Monument Ave. 4tp Wee Don & Doris Trailer Park, Pan-
Florida this week. Mrs. Stebel, with before they are 15 to 18 months of FOR RENT: Wimico Lodge has ama City, or write box 96, St. An-
her daughter, in West Palm Beach age. nice furnished one and two bed- d'ews. 4Mp-12-22
bg BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: $400
monthly possible, w6 will select
a reliable person from this area to
refill an collect money from our
new automatic merchandising ma-
chines. No selling. To qualify ap-
plicant must have car, good refer-
ences and $600 working capital
which is secured by inventory. lDe-
voting 8 to 10 hours per week may
net up to $400 monthly, with an ex-
cellent opportunity of taking over
full time. We will allow person we
select liberal financial assistnace
for expansion. For interview, write
giving full particulars, name, ad-
dress, age and phone number to
National Sales and Service Co.,
3406 Monroe St., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
FOR SALE: Six-room house. pan-
try room, car port, bath and wash
house. Inquire across from Whit-
field Store or Write P. O. Box 162
Highland View. ltp.
S FOR SALE: Two lots, 150'X75' ea.
Garrison Avenue next to corner
of 16th St. $1.050 Cash. See Roy E.
.' Cox, or write Box 471, Port St. Joe.
LOST AND FOUND
,,.c c~~r ~r na. alil-f C OIJNiun FLORIDA
T H E S T A R P Or S T J O E Gdt S C O N V F L O I D ? H t J D A Y J A I, W A R Y 2~dy r '~ rr ,1 ~ 1 .-
Mrs. Hooper Stes 'Mrs. J. C. Odum Hostess Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ca'iipbell and WSCS Meets At Church the Christian Life."
Mrs. Cooper Hostess i r o Avenue Circle I NEWS FROM children spent the week end in For Special Program The program included the follow-
To Long Avenue Circle e y. For Special Program'uded the follow
To Long Avenue Circle 0A FROVE 'erry visiting with friends and rel- in instrumental prelude, "Home
Circle 1 of the WeS of the Lon i E atives. : Tire, regular meeting of theWo- Sweet Home" by Mrs. Ida Ethel
Circle nlber 2 of the Long Ave-. Avenue Baptist Church met Tues By HELEN NORRIS Mr. and M.rs. W. D. Autman and ma's Society of Christian Service brown. Call to Worship, Mrs. Geo.
nue Eaptis \WI\S net Tuesday eve- ay, January- 1.S at- 8 p.m. at the children from Panama City-: spent was held at the church 1on Moiiday Pat.ton. Hymin, "Happy the Home".:
ning, in .the homea of 3Mr. George home of Mrs. J. C. Odum. Hoo With Shower the week end visiting with friend afternoon with a special program Introduction, "Religious Training"
Cooper. Mrs. W. H. Howell, circle' During the devotional period. ai.dd relatives, entitled, "The Family, Steward 'of given by Mrs. Gibson with open dis-
chairman, opencd the meeting by Mrs. Odum program chairman, read Mrs. Allen Norris was honored Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Webb and cussion. Prayer and meditation was
having the group repeat the watch- the scripture lesson taken from ith a k shower Tuesday eve- Miss Minnie Ola Ray motored to den were the week end guests of given by Mrs. George Patton. Mrs.
word, followed by prayer. Luke 24:13-31 and Mrs. M. L. Britt ring at 7:0 in the home of Mrs. Panama City Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Burch and fam- Gibson sang a solo as the closing
The pr am. "Pointing Cho cl period raye sse Anderson. Hostessfor the CarlDeese and son, L. C. motor- ily of Grand Ridge. payer, to the meeting, concluding
s ePp o wThe program, "Pointing The Co cs vrMiss Helen Norris, ton ,
eeTopleP trogthwsp-"ope-orsJessiwe Anderson and Mlrs. Ed to Cottondale Saturday on busi- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sasser spent with a prayer by Mrs. Patton.
send eoble to Gad Playee w r sn People to The Way" was pre- Ms ese Anersn and Mrs. several days in Cairo, Ga., on busi- Those taking part in a question
seated ii r. eady Player, Mrs. sented. After a short business di ansel Noris. Several games were f God ess. nd answer discussion were Mrs.
Joe Wilkie, Mrs. George Cooper, s ;ayed and prizes were awarded to h t church for the Honored With Party J. L. Temple Mrs. G. S. Croxton,
Ms. J.A.Aligood and Mrs. How- Icussion Mrs. Odum served refresh- played and prizes were awarded to .
els. J. entsto Mrs. Max Neese. Mrs. A. the following: Mrs. Buck Dormany, Mrs. C. D Sears honored e ll e Mrs C D ear honorMr. Bill wdeMrs. J. C. Laney,
ee e e P Martin, Mrs. Harr McKnight, Mrs. L. P. Ra), and Mis. Thurston ritn daughter, Mary Francis Spears with iMrs. Chauncey Costin and 'Mrs.
The circle welcomed rs. H. F. rs. Wayne Hendrix, Mrs. W. R. Mears Refreshments of cokes, cof- a party on her 13th birthday Friday Fred Davis.
Barbee, WU president, and Mrs. Ramsey and Mrs. M. L. Britt. fee an cup cakes wee served t sons David and Daniel of Pensacola night at 7:30 at her home in Oak The meeting places for next eet-
Philip Lewis as a new member, Mrs. Martin closed the meeting the following guests: Mrs. Lloyd Ri- sons Gove. Several games were played ing was announced as follows: Cir-
themeetingteI withprayer.ley,'Mrs.Tommyg anMrsceLP. spent the week end visiting withGlollows:CIr-
ley, Mrs. Tommy Wrbb, Mrs. L. P. apen s ing Ind prizes were awarded to the fol-
After tlie meeting, the hostess jvith prayer. y, Ms. Mrs. the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. cl 1, Mrs. I. C. Nedley; Circle 2,
served delicious plates of chicken ay, Mirs. Abbie Grce Conner, Mrs. hel lowing: Connie Chason, Sanda Mrs. M. Tayler; Circle 3, Mrs.
served delicious plates of chicken Bill Graves, Mrs. TurstonMeas, D.H. Sheay. Mercer, Dot Dormany, Linda Th Cos Taylor; Circle 3, Mrs.
and rice, pound cakene natural characteristics Mr and Mrs. Willys Liptford A. Costin ad Circle 4 with Mrs.
of cranberry jelly and other tart Miss Mammie McCaif Mrs. Hansel as, Jeanette Tharpe, Ann Williams,
of cranberry jelly and other tart and children of Marianna were the W. D. Jones
Mrs. J. A. Alligood, Mrs. H. F. Bar- fruit jelly is to "weep" after the .orris, Mrs. Earnest O'Brian, Mrs. eek end guests of the latter par- Joyce Davis, Louise Richter and "
..week end guests of the latter's par- te honor Mary Frnois Spears. Seventeen members attended the
bee, Miss Alma Baggett, Mrs. W. mold is cut. To prevent this. place Buck Dormany, Mrs. Jessie Ander- ants, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall. lhe honoree ary Franois Sears eet
H. Howell, Mrs. Philip Lewis, Mrs. cranberry jelly in smaller molds All had a wonderful time a meeting.
Eldridge Money, Mrs. Grady Play- so that all of it will be used up at son, Mis. Nelson Gaidnei, Mrs. Ed- Mrs. Brogdon and sons of PanamaA
er, Mis. Drrell Sykes andy Ms. Joe t e meal. Then none will be lef die Tubberville, Miss Helen Norris City were the Sunday guests of Mr.
Wilkie. tDlo Sstykand and "weep." and the honoree, Mrs. Allen Norris. and Mrs. Edgar Deese.
:Sending gifts but unable to attend A-31C Preston L. Baxter left Sun-
vwere: Mrs. Nita Vern Jolly, Mrs. day for Korea after spending sev- f s S i
S U A A i W. Cox, Mrs. George Padgett, eral weeks visiting with friends and
Mirs. G. W. Padgett and Mrs. C. D. relatives.
SARE D"AN Gay., Mr, and Mrs. John-Lee and chil-
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T A THE LEGION HOME
Dorothy Singletary Honored
On Her 16th Birthday
Dorothy Singletary was honored
Saturday night with a party to cele-
brate her 1'6th birthday. 20 guests
were present for the party which
was held at the Parish House.
Mrs. T. S. Singletary assisted by
,Sue Ann Lanier, served cold drinks,
ice cream and cake to the guests
after several games were enjoyed.
Defective chimneys rank high as
a cause of farm fires during the
.Bg 0W EEL mm ft
BEGINS AT 8:00 P. M.
TEEN-AGERS CORDIALLY INVITED
ADMISSION 75c PER PERSON
MUSIC BY NEAL McCORMICK
SOFT DRINKS, COFFEE, SANDWICHES AVAILABLE
Large Salt FISH
Grade "A" Georgia
WITH $10.00 ORDER
Maxwell House COFFEE Lb. Can 98C
New Vacuum Packed
Sally Lee COFFEE .--.. 1 Lb. Can 89c
Georgia Grade "A"
DRESSED FRYERS -- Lb. 45c
Florida Grade "A"
DRESSED HENS Lb. 35c
3 Lb. Can Shortening Indian Pass
3 Lb. Can Shortening lndian Pass
No. 303 Can
Tomatoes 3 for 35c
11 Oz. Can Giggs
Pork & Beans
Yellow Handle 5 String
Pan Cake Mix
3 Lb. No. 5 Can FARM BOY IN OIL
Smoked SAUSAGE 73c
Devil's Food, White and Yellow
Ballard's CAKE MIX 2 pkgs. 49c
No. 2Y2 Can HUNT'S No. 2 Can Grapefruit
Peaches 27c JUICE 3 for 25c
14 Oz. Bottle HUNT'S No. 2 Can Orange
CATSUP 17c JUICE 2 for 25c
SMOKED SLAB BACON, lb. -- "
Green Hill SAUSAGE, Ib. --
SPARE RIBS, Ib. --------
CHUCK ROAST or STEAK, lb. --3 9
Short Grain RICE
FREE! With $10.00 Order 1 Bag Mi xed Tngeries, Oranges, Grapefruit
Phone 100 PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
G. L. DUREN
12 Oz. Box
U. S. No. 1
10 Ibs. 35c
5 Lb. Bag
Pet, Carnation and Silver Cow
Canned MI L K 3 Ig. cans 39c
6 Bottle Carton Plus Deposit
SOFT DRINKS 19c
No. 10 Jug $1.00
No. 5 Jug 50c
BEEF LIVER lb. 19c
Swift's Select STEAK
T-Bone, Round and ST A
Sirloin Lb. 59c
mPhk Qhlt Center Cuts Ib. 49c
ork rps End Cuts, lb. 39c
FOR BOILING SMOKED
Knuckles and Neck Bones Lb. 15c
Pan Sausage Ib. 49c 3 Ibs. $1.00
Brisket and Rib Stew lb. 19c
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t Just Received
WtId-F ame s ar 8T IOiFiP ;
Yes, We Bought &..; i;r.a
S Truckload of E:"(J;i, t:ew,
Factory-Fresh "8i$reS T o .
and We're Passing the eSaving
on to Our Cusjonimers! ever
Before Such Senswicera c Lo.
SPrices on the Wor,-A's li:':
' <. Tires!
,1 s 20%' 7
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-e 30 Tor..9
sQ t~pS d
I', ?q" Seconds, but FUlR-Siz!
041IJ61e C[Aivmpin Tirvs
6.00-16 Plus Ta,
if Your Old rire
IF POUR OLD
PRICED RELC '
WHILE THEY LAST...
GIGANTIC CLOSE-OUT SALE I
FPtestone DELUXE CHAMPIONS
BLACK SIDEWALLS WHITE SIDEWALLS the Original Equipment
S REGULAR SPECIAL REGULAR SPECIAL Tie on '54 ars
SIZE NO TRADE- TRADE-IN SIZE NO TRADE- TRADE-IN
IN PRICE" PRICE IN PRICE" PRICE -S
6.00-16 $21.65 $16.24 6.00.16 $26.50 $19.88 7
6.50-16 26.65 19.99 6.50-16 32.65 24.49
6.40-15 22.65 16.99 6.40-15 27.75 20.81 M
ALLOW j CE
ON YOUR 019 TIRES *
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-5 ED- ..VAL f
^ \ 'for men food shoppers (ladies,too!)
I Hollywood Candy
" 3 Bars lOc
6.70-15 23.75 17.81 6.70-15 29.10 21.83
7.10-15 26.30 19.73 7.10-15 32.20 24.15
7.60-15 28.75 21.56 7.60-15 35.20 26.40
8.00-15 31.60 23.70 800-15 22.70 29.03
8.20-15 32.95 24.71 8.20 15 40.35 30.26
Other sizes proportionafley low
S"Pluir l and your pre- c ;; b.;t .r "Plui To
h ~ a.tN1-iT-.
1 lb. 29c, 4 Lbs. $1.00
Firestone Home &- ito Supply Store
tHE STAR. PORT..ST. JOM, GULF..COUNTY, FLORiOA
THVRPD$4YI JAXQAY .29, 1-W14
B. W. EELLS, Owner