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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1955
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ETAOIN SHRIDLU Chamber Plans
bETAOS HRDLU SContest To Enlist a er tarts Program To.ecure A
Are you superstitious? -A
By that I mean, do you make In a special called meeting last
it a habit to avoid walking under Monday night at the City Hall, di-
ladders, rectors of the Port St. Joe Cham- iw Hnl' i In I
Do you stay away from black her of Commerce read rules and ./
cats. regulations and prizes for a mem-
Do you shudder everytime an bership contest to be sponsored
umbrella is opened in a room or among the-menabers of the organi- fo r
hat is thrown on a bed. nation. yir loc4lLegislators .ure
And of course, do you throw The contest has been set up main- g lSB I l k ter forM ans Include Structure
salt over your left shoulder when ly to work on enlisting private min- 4 0 R Active This Week nc S
you spill some. dividuals as member of the Cham- or ew ahitchka
Ordinarily we are not suspi- ber. Several prizes will be given as A Senate resolution was introduc-
cious of such acts as this bring- an incentive. The closing night of B ed by Sen. Tapper of Port St. Joe
ing us all sorts of bad luck. We the contest, May 3, a fish suppe- and others Tuesday, memorializing
can have bad luck without run- will be held at the Centennial Build- the late Dr. Albert Lee Ward, phy-
ning into these sort of things. ing for all members. sician and surgeon of Port St. Joe Tpy P tl
You take last week for in- All members joining by this date and member of the State Board of y
stance. We received a two dollar will be considered as charter mem- March Of Dimes FOUndation To Ship Vaccine Health, who died last March 27 at
bill in the mail as payment for bers. ktheage-of 42. Portion of Increased RaceFunds
a classified ad. Oh, we were told, President Earl Atchison announ- Here Last Part of This Week Dr.the age f wa born in Deuniak
don't keep that old wrinkled, ced that the first project of the Springs in January, 1913, the son
dirty, two dollar bill. Two dol- Chamber, that of compiling a bro- By now everybody in the nation Health office have been making of George Washington and Ella State oSenator George G. Tapper hitchka.
lar bills are unlucky. chure on Port St. Joe, is now un- knows that Salk Vaccine has been plans to innoculate all children in Jernigan Ward. He was a graduate of Port St. Joe announced to The, Tapper's action was prompted
Oh, pooh, poppycock, hum- derway. Atchison announced ; that approved and is now licensed by the first and second grades as soon of DeFuniak Springs high school Star late yesterday afternoon that by the fact that in recent years,
bug and stuff like that who 10,000 of the leaflets will be printed, the U. S. Government. as the announcement was made con- and Tulane University. he had started the ball rolling to- the present health clinic on Sixth
ever heard of a two dollar bill Another project of the Chamber Along with other schools through- cerning the vaccine. The resolution was inscribed in ward the acquisition of a new mo- Street has become overcrowded
being unlucky. especially one is to have the County make a salt out the nation, Port St. Joe Ele- In Port St. Joe, 406 children in the Journal of the Florida Senate dern health clinic for both the ci- and woefully inadequate for the
that isn't counterfeit. Why, we water boat landing on the banks of mentary School and the County the first and second grades have as a testimonial to the memory of ties of Port St. Joe and Wewa- purpose of dispensing its services
will just take all of those old the Intra-Coastal Canal at Highland returned their parental approval the late Dr. Ward. Instructions in to the people of the county. Too,
unlucky two dollar bills we can View. The County Commissioners slps, sent out by the Health De- the resolution called for forward- the need for a health clinic in both
get. We're not suspicious or the have already expressed a willing- Paper Company Starts apartment about three weeks ago, ing a copy of the resolution to the Lake Wimico Openecd Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka has
least bit scared of their so called ness to go along with the project. i and stand ready to receive their family of the late doctor. Eihn B State been urged because of the necessity
mysterious wonders to those who A committee composed of Ed Ram- eoUCin$ S r O d0 S vaccine shots. 443 requests were Tapper was joined by Sens. Floyd F in for the service at both ends of the
own one, two or a dozen for that sey, C. W. Long and John Robert --- sent out in Port St. Joe alone. Of of Apalachicola, Douglas of Bonifay County being practically equal.
matter. Smith was appointed to select a The St. Joe Paper Company to- the 443 requests for permission to and Johns of Starke in sponsorship TAILLAHAJSISEE Three bodies, At their last meeting, the County
We just tested that old wrink- site for the landing and advise the day has joined with the Treasury vaccinate, 406 granted permission, of the resolution. of water in Northwest Florida wereI Board of Commissioners discussed
led up, dirty two dollar bill. We Commission. Department in a campaign to help 27 said "no" and 10 requests hava opened all year to hook-and-line at some length the construction of
deposited it in our billfold be-, Joe L. Sharit appeared before restore a greater measure of sound- not as yet been returned to the Rep. Cecil G. Costin, Jr., of Gulf fishing by action of the aGme and these two health centers and went
tween our 1945 draft -classifica- the Chamber to enlist their help ness to the value of money and its Health Office. County introduced legislation Mon- Fresh Water Fish Commission in so far as to appoint a delegation to
tion card and a bill we had been 'on the project of planning and putt- purchasing power by adopting the. The vaccine will be shipped into day raising the pay of the Gulf formal meeting at Lake City, April find out about matching federal
trying to collect for the last four aing on a celebration to dedicate payroll deduction plan of purchas- Port St. Joe the latter part of this County superintendent of public 4, according to Leonard A. Wesson, funds for such construction.
months. No sir, we weren't sus- the new museum in Constitution ing bonds for all Paper Company week by the March of Dimes Foun-, instruction from $6,000 to $6,600. chairman. Tapper has informed The Star
picious or scared of that old Park sometime in the month of employees, according to T. S. Col-, nation which is also paying for the, The measure would take effect on Lake Wimico, Gulf County, and that he has taken the necessary
wrinkled-up, dirty two dollar bill June. Sharit was appointed by the dewey, Vice President of the St. vaccine that will be given to the July 1, 1955. Ocheese Pond and Merritts Mill -seps to assure a federal grant of
with the pretty green picture of City Commission to head up the Joe Paper Company. children. Joe Mira, local March of Pond, Jackson County, all closed to $50,000.00 toward the construction
Jefferson on its top side. celebration program, i According to Coldewey, the em- Dimes permanent chairman will Most state agencies would be re- fishing during April and May for of the two centers. The federal
Welil we coected the bill, co'- ',pose- of L. S. ployee will decide how much of his present the vaccine to the Health quired to rely upon the attorney many years, were opened at the aid will be forthcoming only if
lost the draft card, found two Bissett, Wayne Buttram, Cecil G. pay check he wants saved aside Department for administering. general's office for legal advice request of numerous sportsmen. matched by local funds however.
pennies, one nickle and a bent Costin, Jr., Otto Anderson, Mickey. each week toward the purchase of The original calendar for inocu- under a bill introduced Monday by The action, taken on aii mc.rgen- Tiapper also r c :-,'t.fltat Gulf
quarter, all over the week end. Stone, Wesley R. Ramsey and a bond. When the employee has lation was set for the first innocula- Reps. Costin of Gulf, Gibbons of cy status in order to effect an im- county will receive some $19,000.00
Sold a couple of ads we didn't George Tapper were appointed, to had the value of a bond deducted tion to be on April 19; the second Hillsborough and Varn of Hernan- mediate opening of the waters in- e from Dog Track Tax funds
expect to and acquired a bit of help Mr. Sharit plan the dedication from his pay, the employee will be on April 26; and the third shot on do. evolved, means that all waters un- this year than in any previous year.
job work to do. The puppy quit program- issued the bond certificate. May 24. In the past few days how- The bill would allow one full-time rer state jurisdiction are now open u the past race track funds have
howling at night and my two C The Paper Company-is pushing ever, the nature of the vaccine has attorney each for the comptroller, to fishingg yea-round been divided up with $3,000.00 go-
dollar pecan tree began budding AKE SALT.E WJALLBE HELDWOMEN the purchase of bonds and is sup- been changed and the third shot department of agriculture, beverage The Commission also acion ing to the cities of Port St. Joe and
out. And people say that a old pY ST. JAMES WOMEN plying each employee with infor- is now recommended for not more department, citrus commission and on fish in Northwest Florida's Wewahitchka with the county
wrinlded-up, dirty two dollar The Woman's Auxiliary of the nation on the advantages of pur- than seven months after the sec- state treasurer. Th Ditrict. Effective May 8, Poard of Commissioners and the
bill is unlucky. St. James' Episcopal Church will chasing bonds. ond shot has been given. Due to In addition the State Road De- County School Board dividing the
The light bill came down, the have a cake sale Saturday, April ____ the change in intervals between apartment, Railroad and Public Utili- fishermen in the area wl be sin remainder between them.
gas bill was only $3.00 and a 16 at the St. JoJe Furniture and the shots, the vaccinating schedule ties .Commission and Industrial all other districts. According to Tapper's plan, each
well meaning neighbor gave us Appliance Company store at 10:30 TO ENTER PLANTSHOP CALL 86 for Gulf County- and Port St. Joe Commission each could employ the The Commission also moved to city can give up $1,000.00 a year,
a mess of fish which we can eat a.m. FLOWERSHOP, CALL 86 has been changed. No definite date number of full-time attorneys they Theallow commercial fishermen use of and the County and Scho Board
on for two or three days. -- Anyone planning to enter potted has been set as yet, and according deemed necessary. number of trotline can each give up $4,000.00 a year
And that old wrinkled-up Spends Holidays Here plants or horticultural specimen to Mrs.' Crete, Health Nurse, the Other agencies, except in special an unlimited number of trotline ca period of fiv e up $4,000.00 a yearke
dirty two dollar bill is unlucky. Miss Peggy Philyaw, student at in the Garden Club flower show date will be announced on the date cases, would have to rely on the at-, hooks at n dayight hours. up the funds from local sources.
I'll tell you the only thing that Florida State University, spent theo o vaccination to keep the children torney general. Formerly limited to 1,000 hooks at The county will still have more
is unlucky about it is that I don't Easter holidays with her parents,should cotact the horticultural from becoming anxious. ---- ----- any time the new hook restrictions race track money than ever to work
have two or three hundred more Mr. and Mrs. Homer Philyaw on chairman, Mrs .Fred Maddox at -----Air Force Changes Its will become effective May 8. with, due to the size of the annual
of them. Monument Avenue. number rS. Funeral Services Held Procedure For Induction __ll become increase.
For Frank Marion Porter Long Avenue Church Is The Senator said that the fed-
d M P f r The Air Force representative ch eral funds will 'be forthcoming
r eI'd I i M es Ila i s fO r Frank Marion Porter, 77, died at from Panama City, T-Sg-t. David Asking Construction Bids if -and when these four governing
e b M P f his. home last Wednesday, April 0. Jenkins, who is in Port St. Joe t bodies will offer depositions, to the
12 at 8:30 p.m. at his home on Mad- each second -and fourth Monday of in The Long Avenue Baptist Church fact that they will pledge these
Sdox Street in Oak Grove. each month has announced that ap- ithis issue of The Star is asking funds. This would mean that the
n th A nal Porter had been a resident of plants accepted from hre for bids to construct the first twoCounty would have $100,000.00 to
P Anr ~t Toe for fthe nt 12 vears., now shippnned to Mon.tomerv, Ala- sections of their proposed church Iinvest in two modern health cen-
By BARBARA BROADNAX
With -the passing of Easter,
Spring as we know it here in Flor-
ida is really here to stay.
'Once again, the .Port .St. Joe Gar-
den Club turns its thoughts to the
annual Spring Flower Show, this
year entitled, "Happy Holidays".
The seventh in a series of shows
"put on" by the club since its in-
ception in 1948, "Happy Holidays"
will be held in the Stone building
located near the A & P Super Mar-
ket on Saturday and Sunday of next
week, April 23 and 24.
As in all standard shows. both
flower arrangements and horticul-
tural specimens and exhibits will
The public as well as all club
members are cordially invited to
enter arrangements and horticul-
It is well to note that it is not
necessary to possess a high degree
of talent to achieve a pleasing
effect in flower arrangements.
Often, the amateur attempt results
in a more natural and attractive
arrangement than that of a person
v ith more experience.
Look .over the flower show sche-
dule below nd plan now to enter
a prized plant, a home grown flow-
er, etc., or try your hand at flower
arranging. You will be well pleased
with a sense of personal satisfac-
tion when you raward turns out to
Ibe a first, secodn or third place
winner in the flower show. lbon; Honorable -Mentions, White
-Classifications and entries avail- Ribbon; Special Award, Green Rib-
able in the show are as follows: The ribbons will be awarded a
RULES FOR EXHIBITORS These ribbons will be awarded at
RULES FOR EXHIBITORS he discretion of the judges.
1. Competition open to all ama- 13. All flower arrangements must
teur gardeners-whether members b exhibitors own work except in
of the Garden Club or not. exhibits staged by certain groups
2. All entries must be classified oi clubs.
and registered (between 7:30 a.m. DIVISION I
and 11:00 a.m. Saturday, April 23, ARRANGEMENTS
195'5. Any exhibit brought after this SECTION 1 -ARRANGEMENTS
bour will be non-competitive. January
3. No exhibitor may make more Class 1.' "Ring -out the Old, Ring In
than one entry in any class. the New"--Line Mass Arrange-
4. Doors closed from 11:00 a.m. ment in the modern manner. Stag-
to 3:00 p.m. Saturday for judging. ed in niche not to exceed 18x24
Only judges and clerks allowed in inches.
exhibit room at this time. February
5. Port St. Joe Garden Club as- 'Class 2. 'Hearts and Heroes". a.
sumes no responsibility for con- Arrangement in Colonial Style, in
tainers or materials, although rea- 'vase or compote. b. Romance.
sonable caution will be taken. All March.
containers should be marked with Class 3. "Paddy from Cork and
owners name and must be removed All Such Fellows"-(-St. Patrick's
before 11:00 a.m. Monday. Day). An all green arrangement
6. No entries may be removed (foliage). In vase or flat container.
until after 6:00 p.m. Sunday. Wil- Accessories permitted.
ted flowers should be replaced in April
an arrangement before 1:00 p.m. Class 4 "April Fool"-A whim-
SSunday.: ...... sical composition. suitable for a
7. Alplantsinhrticultural secbreakfast table using accessories
tion must be grown by the exhibi- to carry out idea. Displays on card
tor. table. Use your imagination. (Ex-
8. Flowers or foliage in arrange -ibitor to furnishtable.) (E
ment classes only may be purchas- Ma ""
ed or 'borrowed. May
9. A TriColor will be selected C01ass 5. "A Maying We Will Go"
from both cultural and arrangement -A there. color harmony using.pas-
classes. tels. (Garden Club Members only).
10. A Sweepstake award will be June
given to- the exhibitor having the Class 6. "Here Comes the Bride"
most blue ribbons. All white flowers in white contain-
11. A Sweepstake award will be er. Foliage permitted.
given for 'the most ribbons in the July
entire show. Class 7. "Firecrackers for the
1'2. Awards will be: First prize, IFourth". All red flowers. Green fol-
Blue Ribbon; ,Second prize, Red lage.
Ribbon; Third prize, Yellow Rib-, (Continued on page 10)
Funeral services for Porter were
held Friday, April 8 at 3:00 p.m.
at the Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church with the Rev. Lloyd Riley,
officiating. Burial was in Holly
Pallbearers were Marion Craig,
Tom Kay, Bill Love, Wiley Dykes,
Simon Dykes and Weldon Roche..
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
Porter is survived by his wife,
Mary of Oak Grove; three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Annie Lee Roberts of
Overstreet; Mrs. Mary Louise
Hackett of Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs.
Johnnie Mae Newton, Perris, Calif.
One son, Charles of New York City,
N. Y., and eight grandchildren.
FREDDY C. WINFIELD
PARTICIPATES IN MANEUVER
BAMBBRG, GERMANY Army
PEC Freddy C. Winfield, 21, son
of Mrs. Idell W. Winfield, Port St.
Joe, recently participated in a six-
day river crossing exercise held In
'Private Winfield's unit, the First
Infantry Division's 26th Regiment,
plotted out and built bridges across
the Main River at three points.
Winfield, a gunner in the regi-'
ment's Heavy Mortar Company,
entered the Army in February 1954
and received basic training at Fort
Jackson, S. C. He is a 1953 grad-
uate of Washington High School.
bama. In the past they were ship-
ped to Jacksonville. This will pro-
vide better service for the appli-
cant and also be a savings to the
taxpayer. Sgt. Jenkins works out
of his office which, is located at 21
East 5th Street in Panama City.
His office accepts applicants for
regular Air Force enlistments, Air
Cadets, Air Observers and WAF
programs. He also has information
for men interested in the Air Force
Sgt. Jenkinrs represented the Air
Force at the lodal high school ca-
reer day here recently and said it
was a very well organized and an
informatvie program for the stu-
dents. He impressed the students
vith the importance of staying in
school until graduation as this in
turn makes them more valuable to
the Air Force for technical train-
Interested persons for any of the
programs mentioned are asked to
contact Sgt. Jenkins on his visits
to Port St. Joe or visit at his office
in Panama City in the event that
would be convenient.
Gulf Beach. Flower Show
The Gulf Beach .Garden Club,
Inc., of the beaches of Panama
City, will hold their annual Spring
Flower Show at the Community
Center at Laguna Beach. Sunday,
April 17 from 2:00 to 8:00 p.m.
The public is cordially invited.
The Long Avenue Church, which
was founded two years ago has
been meeting in the High School
Auditorium for its services. The
church plans to build their church
building on their property at the
corner of Long Avenue and Six-
J. C. Odum, pastor of the church,
says that the congregation hopes
to move into their new building by
Rivercade Is Planned
A total of 300 to 400 boats is
expected to participate in the
Fourth Annual Apalachicola River-
Dial Phone System
To Begin April 27
Joe L. Sharit, vice-president of
the St. Joseph Telephone and Tele-
graph Company announced this
week that Port St. Joe's new dial
telephone system will go into ef-
fect a few days sooner than was
According to Sharit, the new sys-
tem will be cut in at 9:30 p.m.
Wednesday, April 27.
Following the change-over, the
Telephone Company will hold open
cade April 30-May 1. house on the following Thursday
The round-trip boat cruise fro with refreshments to all and will
The round-trip boat cruise fro conduct tours through the mechan-
Apalachicola to Chattahoochee will ism of the new system.
cover 213 scenic miles beginning
at 9:00 a.m. Saturday, April 30. Sharit says that the new direc-
A boat show, beauty contest, stories are available to the com-
chicken pilau dinner and dance at pany with the new numbers and
Quincy will feature the entertain- that the new numbers will be given
inent list for the first day of the for special reasons such as print-
cruise. ing stationery, painting signs and
The return trip of the Rivercade, such to anyone who will request
May 1, will begin with doughnuts their number in writing.
and coffee at the Chattahoochee Mr. Sharit says that the telephone
launching site, and conclude with force is too busy right at this time
a fish fry at Apalachicola. to tell everybody heir new num-
Additional information may be her and urges that subscribers not
obtained by contacting the Apala- ask for their new number unless it
chicola Boat Club. is important.
advertising doesn't cost it PAYS! T E AT HOME
Advertising doesn't cost, it PAYS! TRADE AT HOME
iiGE i W iH I AR, II liII I O L C UN ...
wrene- e n WHITE CITY NEWS
S7 by MRS. GEORGE HARPER
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Spotts and
three children of Green Cove,
here as the guests of Mrs. Spotts'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carter Ward
and sister and brother-in-aw, Mr.
Sand Mrs. Walter Stafford. Mr. and
Mrs. Ward accompanied them home
for an indefinite stay.
.. Mrs. B. C. Prince of Wimico
Lodge entertained about 25 chil-
K '' Ii dren Sunday afternoon with an egg
SI hunt about 5:00 o'clock after which
.' ..... Anrefreshments were served to her
guests. Games were enjoyed on
the lawn of her home.
Mrs. S. C. Pridgeon entertained
her G. A. girls at 4:00 p.m. Sunday
afternoon with an egg hunt and
refreshments at her playgrounds
behind her home.
'Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
aII Daniels are happy to know that
ja: they will move into their new home
S here this week.
Sf Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Causey
and children and Mrs. Causey',s
mother, Mrs. Cary Attaway of Car-
Srabelle were visitors here through
the Easter holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Braxton and
plye children spent the week end in
J ..A. Marianna visiting relatives there
'LOT"'" d "h W i and in Cottondale visiting Mrs.
.i axton's mother, Mrs. F. A1. Pip-
.J.L. Todod of Jacksonville visited
his family here over the Easter
An Easter egg hunt was held at
Mrs. James William Price the Community House Sunday af-
The marriage of Miss Margaret The bride, given in marriage by ternoon at 3:00 sponsored by the
Virginia Lawrence of Port St. Joe, her father, wore a formal gown of Baptist mission sunday school.
and James William Price of New- Chantilly lace and nylon tulle. The Friends of R. F. Shirah will be
ark, Ohio, was solmnized Sunday, Chantilly lace and nylon tulle. T glad to learn that he is improved
April the third, at 5:30 p.m. in St. long torso bodice of lace featured in his illness to the extent of visit-
Rev. Thomas R. Miller officiating, three tiered pulled skirt terminated Ing along with his friends and rela-
in a short circular -train. She car- tives in Dothan, Ala.
The double ring ceremony was per- ried a nosegay of white violets, .- A. Braxton organized a group
ated candlelit altar of white glad- centered with a white purple CARD OF THANKS
ioli, chrysanthemums, gypsophlia throated orchid. We wish to express our sincere
and magnolia. Mrs. Faed Ethridge of Gaines- thanks and deep appreciation to
The bride is the daughter of Mr. ville was matron of honor. Miss all friends and patients for their
and Mrs. Garland Francis Lawrence Betty Otto Anderson of Port St. any acts of kindfulness in our recent bereavement.and thought-
of Port St. Joe and the bridegroom Joe and Pensacola, Miss Elizabethfulness urrecentberavement.
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ann Carter and Miss Janice Sue Nothing is more comforting than
Price of Newark, Ohio. Spaulding of Port St. Joe, were and affection of friends.
Mrs. Marc Tomlinson, organist, bridesmaids. All wore identical The Family of
played a program of nuptial music, ballerina length gowns of pink Dr. Albert Ward
Jimmy D. Ramsey, soloist, sagn, violet crysteleete, with matching
"The Lord's. Prayer", "Oh Perfect headdress. All carried nosegays of rose.
Love" and "The Wedding Prayer". purple violets centered with a pink Raymond Eugene Lawrence, bro-
ther of the bride, served as best
II|~l Hll iIlHlillll llIIiIHIIII I11 11 1Iiflmll~llm~ reman. The ushers were_ Will Ram-
TELEPHONE 80 sey of this city and Bob Ramsey
S" ~The mother of the bride chose
for her daughter's wedding lilac
B lace over taffeta. She wore a pur-
SOut of town guests were Mrs.
Fred Hunt of Richmond, a., grand-
mother of the bride, Miss Kathryn
Hunt of Charlotte, North Carolina,
--" and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Jones of
BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 P. CMolubuG ceremony, a recep-
SHOW STARTS AT 7:30 P.Me The brides' table was covered in
lavender, overlaid with an organdy
FRIDAY and SATURDAY Monday & Tuesday dlea)ra held white tapers. Center-
ing the table was a four tiered
.. .... wedding cake, topped with a wedd-
SRE.EDITED i ng bell. Miss Kathryn Hunt, aunt
FROM M of the bride cut the wedding cake.
K "ANGEL The punch table held twin milk
iEXILE" glass punch bowls and a very beau-
saEIE'L ^ tiful arrangement of white gladioli,
CL0r. 'starring mums and stock, with two shades
Robert TAYOR of violet ribbon intertwined in the
I P E TA R table appointments.
S aSTHiOMPSOnM nette and Mrs. Will Ramsey served.
-.Car0sro ARPRCpMrs. Ted Beard -presided over
IC PICTURE I KURTISZNAR ICiOr JO the bride's book.
and SAMIA GAMAL After spending some time with
S-her guests, the bride and groom
Sme We t emptied its guns i II IIIIIIIIIIiillilllliltilllilllllllllllIIIIlllllI left on a wedding trip through the
Son the Wednesday & Thursday mountains of North CaroMna and
Tennessee. The bride chose for her
going away costume, a mauve wool
0 suit with lilac accessories. She wore
7S 9 I'>y I8"&; R/4 a purple orchid corsage.
The couple will reside in Newark,
KEITH LARSE ena el for
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Glorious JANE WELL- EDMUND.PURDOM furniture, walls
-DAMONE and woodwork
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Presbyterian Women Circle High School PTA To
2 Meets With Mrs. Brown Sponsor Talent Show
The Port St. Joe High School
The Women in Circle 2 of the PTA is sponsoring a talent show
First Presbyterian Church met at May 13 at 8:00 p.m. in the high
the home of Mrs. Bill Brown, 506 school auditorium. Anyone interest-
Eighth Street, April 11. ed participating please contact
After the business portion of the 'Mrs. Frank Smith at 458-W before
meeting, the lesson was directed by 1:00 p.m. or Miss Margaret Key
Mrs. Margaret Smith. The theme of at 302-W.
the lesson was "Peace With God"
Romans 5:1-11. A Bible quiz was
lead by Mrs. Janie Zimmerman.
Following the meeting refresh-
ments were served to the ten wo-
The next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. J. C. Price on May 9.
Prizes will be given for the best
Band Boosters Will
Hold Important Meeting
There will be an important meet-
ing of the Band Boosters Associa-
----- tion, Thursday night (tonight) at
Judy Mahon Is Honored 8 p.m. in the band room with J. B.
With Coke Party Monday Harris, president, presiding. All
Miss Sibbie Brinson entertained parents of members of the band are
with a coke party, Monday morn- urged to attend.
ing in her home on 6th Street.'
Honoree was Miss Judy Mahon, Mrs. Prows Hostess To
bride-elect of April 17. Assisting Presbyterian Circle No. 1
her daughter was Mrs. R. H. Brin- Circle 1 of the Women of the
son. Attractive arrangements of First Presbyterian Church met
red roses and red amaryllis were Monday afternoon with Mrs. R. D.
used to decorate the rooms. Prows as hostess in her home on
Invited were Miss Ruth Lynn Woodward Avenue.
Ramsey, Miss Etta Martin, Miss Mrs. Prows, circle chairman, pre-
Helen Durant, Miss Ann Costin, sided over the meeting. Mrs. Thom-
Miss Peggy Philyaw and the hon- as Mitchell opened the meeting
oree Miss Mahon. with prayer. Mrs. R. D. Spillers
Miss Mahon was presented with announced that Mrs. Anderson of
a piece of her chosen crystal. Panama City would conduct an all
'- day Bible study, May 19. The meet-
of teen age boys into a baseball ing and a covered dish luncheon
f tem ag b n bal will be held in the home of Mrs.
team at the community building Lawrence Bissett on Hunter Cir-
cle. It was voted by the group to
They met and elected Oliver Har- answer roll call with canned goods.
per as captain of the team and de- Mrs. Charles Garraway, program
cided to elect the players to their chairman, presented the program,
respective places after a tryout on
the field. The use of the field for To Leave On Vacation
the games was donated by Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thompson
Mrs. Stets C. Pridgeon. A portion will leave on vacation this Satur-
of the equipment has been acquired day. They will visit Mr. Thompson's
by the White City Flashes from brother George Thompson in El
donations from the White City Paso, Texas. From there they will
residents. 'visit points of interest in Mexico
The public is invited to attend and Arizona and will return by way
an inter-squad game Sunday after- of Arkansas where they will visit
noon at 3:00 p.m.
Mrs. Thompson's relatives.
Miss Violet Gaskin Marries Frank Graddy
The marriage of Miss Violet wahi
Gaskin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. her
Dave Gaskin, and Frank Graddy, Flor
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank ed fo
Graddy, Sr., of Eufaula! Ala., was EcoI
solemnized Sunday, April 3, at 6:00 Corn
p.m. in the First Methodist Church. Th
The double ring ceremony was per- Eufa
formed by the Rev. Milton Wil- attei
Hams, at t]
Following the wedding, a recep-
tion was held in the home of the Aso
bride's parents. Th
* Mrs. Graddy, a graduate of We- Fran
tchka High School, received
Bachelor of Science degree at
ida State University and work-
or the past five years as Home
nomist with the Gulf Power
he bridegroom is a graduate of
ula High School and is now
hiding F.'S.TJ. He is employed
he Federal Savings and Loan
ociation in Tallahassee.
he couple will reside at 115 N.
.klin Blvd., Tallahassee.
INVITATION TO BID.
The Long Avenue Baptist Church
Building and Planning Committee
will receive sealed proposals until
6 p.m. May 7, 1955 for construction
of approximately 2 units (per plat
C575 of the Southern Baptist Con-
vention) on the corner of Long Ave-
nue and 16th Street, Port St. Joe,
Plans and specifications may be
obtained from the chairman of the
above committee. A deposit of $50
will be required on each set of
plans and specifications which will
be refunded on return of same.
The Long Avenue Baptist Church
reserves the right to rejoot any
and or all bid reoivred and to
By YUTREL BRIGMAN
Chairman of Building and
Planning Committee. P. 0.
Box 366, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Misery o f l
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No other low-priced car even comes co
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If you're planning to buy a new car, the
one you just can't afford to miss seeing is
Chevrolet-for 19 straight years America's
best-selling car. The Motoramic Chevrolet
offers you so much more than the other
low-priced cars that it's hardly fair to
compare them. And even the high-priced
cars don't have all the advantages that
today's Chevrolet offers you.
The beauty's built in-not bolted on!
Chevrolet's beauty is inherent in the basic
contours of metal and glass. There's no
excessive bolted-on ornamentation to go
out of style overnight.
The Body's by Fisher!
You see Body by Fisher on lots of the
high-priced cars-and only Chevrolet has
it in the low-price field!
Today's most modern engines!
That goes for Chevrolet's new V8 and
two new sixes as well. All bring you a
modem 12-volt electrical system-double
the voltage of other low-priced cars. Then
Chevrolet's new "Turbo-Fire V8" has the
shortest piston stroke in the industry!
A drive to suit your driving!
There's silky, peppery Powerglide (even
better this year!), new Overdrive (both
extra-cost options), and a new Synchro-
Mesh transmission that's as smooth as
All the power helpers you want
Windows, seat, steering, brakes-all are
available with built-in "muscles" to make
driving as effortless as you wish. They're
optional at extra-cost-and worth itl
Come take the key! -
There have never been so many good
reasons why you should drive a Chevrolet!
Over Ten Million Chevrolet owners-Two Million more than any other car!
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In Store Goes To The Boy Scout Trip To
WHITE GOLD 5 LB. BAG
FLOUR 10Lbs. 79c
25 Lbs. $1.89
2 Large Bottles
Liquid TREND 59c
PURE LARD 16c
Fresh Lean LB.
PORK ROAST 39c
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THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1955
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
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Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,
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Entered as sccond-clas& matter, December 19, 1987, at the
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The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word
to thiughtfuly weighed. The spoken word barely asserts*
the printed worA thoroughly convinces. The spoken word
Is lo.%t; the printed word remains.
IT'S NOT RIGHT FOR US OR THEM
So the Supreme Court thinks that a mere
ruling that segregation is illegal will solve all
problems along the segregation -- colored and
white alike can automatically enjoy harmony
and live among each other.
We think that an article in Life magazine
last week .on the slum areas of the big cities
(Northern) should reverse their thinking along
these matters. These cities,, such as Chicago,
New York and .other Northern metropolis areas
are being plagued with the "slum" area encroach-
ing on the better parts of town. The slum areas
are populated mostly by Negroes. They are
still crowded into a small area and the area is
becoming more and more populated every
day, hence the crowded slum conditions exist.
The matter isn't being solved by the Ne-
groes being allowed to move to better areas
of town, populated by whites, as the supposed
lack of segregation in the North is supposed to
allow. Instead the cities are planning to spend
millions of dollars to rid theirselves of the slum
We will not try to delude ourselves that
the South doesn't have slums, but we do believe
that the South offers better living conditions
for all classes and races of people than those
found in these cities. Why? Because the colors
expect to live in a certain section of town and
can make preparations for the kind of dwelling
they desire with no delusions of being allowed
to move to a better area.
We can see no justice in telling the Negro
that he is just the same as the white man and
that he may live among the whites in peace
and harmony guaranteed by the government,
when neither the whites nor the Negroes are
ready for it. We think it is without question
that the two races have 100 percent more har-
Your choice of 572.
dewrator shades mixed
to your order.
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mony between each other in the South since the
Civil War. We can see no reason for these re-
lations to become more amiable because both
races are busy minding their own business and
living their own lives, which is as it should be.
Getting back to living conditions, we will
be so bold to say that the Negro has made faster
strides in the improving of his living conditions
since he has been on this, continent than the
white man has since he has been here.
There is only two ways to solve the color
problem. One is to leave matters as they are
in the South and let the generations become
more and more accustomed to living in har-
mony with his fellow man. The other is for
one of the races to absorb the other. This last
method is distasteful to both races. We predict,
however, that the latter method will come to
pass in four generations, if the Supreme Court
edict is put into motion. It will be a turbulent
time for a generation, but the Negro will dis-
appear. We can't believe that either race wants
that to happen in the manner that it must hap-
We are DEFINITELY FOR the advance-
ment of the colored people. We believe that
they should have a living standard equal to that
of the whites and that goes for other races also,
especially the Indians penned up on reservations.
But we also recognize that the Negroes, like
the whites have those with a high. standard of
living and a low standard of living. We believe
in a man having all he can afford to have, no
matter what his color. But like the Bible says,
we say, "Be ye not unequally yoked together".
In other words, stay with your own kind and
let the other kind do likewise and all exist in
happiness and prosper.
PROOF THAT IT PAYS
We quote a paragraph from "Highlights in
the Headlines", the personal column of Pub-
jisher Oliver Emmerich of The Enterprise-Jour-
nal, of McComb, Miss., to which your reaction
will doubtless be "Amen, Brother!":.,
"A lady in this town boasted of three
dresses she purchased through the mail
after reading an advertisement in an
out-of-town newspaper. She stated
that she knew they were unusual dresses
in that they were brand-names. When-
it was said that she could have bought
the same dresses for the same price in
McComb, she replied, 'But I didn't
know that.' It is easy to understand
that any merchant not advertising his
wares could say that this is a fable cre-
ated to put over a point. but it is no
High School Bands
Are Well Received
In-Concert Last Friday
The Port St. Joe High School
Band and the 'Cadet Band of the
Elementary 'School presented their
annual concert, Friday evening at
8:00 p.m. in the high school audi-
torium, under the direction of Her-
man R. Dean, bandmaster and con-
The Cadet band numbering 31
members presented "Recruits",
"Rhythm Rascals", "Gold and Sil-
ver Merry Widow" and "Festival".
A clarinet choir composed of Diana
McKnight, Diane Lay, Barbara
Eells, Freda Trammel, Connie Cha-
son, Judy Fensom, Crista Duren,
Marie Talley, Betty Ward and Beth
Garraway, presented two numbers,
"Crusaders Hymn" and "Three
Members of the,Senior Band pre-
sented "Kiefer's Special" "Carnival
of Roses", 'Sally Trombone",
"The Bells of 'St. Mary's", "Sh-
Boom", and "Pageant of Progress".
The Star Spangled Banner was
T -uk qtq, .M -
played by both bands as a final
Following the concert, the Band-
boosters .Club gave a party honoring
the members of the band in the
lunchroom with Mrs. Bill Shuford,
Mrs. C. E. Boyer, Mrs. Rush Chism
and Mrs. Terry Hinote acting as
The stage decorations was the
"Let George Do It"
OIL PAINTINGS (made to order
Ferrell's Cabinet Shop
GEORGE W. ANGLEMYER
611 First Street
56uU I[V Star to Mend. _
you can have just the
:color you want for every in-
trior-in Gloss, Semi-Gloss
and Flat Alkyd Enames.
:,Most colors available in
],ubber-Base Wall Paint.
*t Odeele during applIcalloe
Meoy celeh e*ls come Ie
exlderw ke e palnls
HARDWARE & SUPPLY CO.
arrangements of tall baskets of Catholic Women Sponsor
gladioli with varigated colored Easter Egg Hunt Sunday
phlox used on the base of the plat-
form, and was done by Mrs. Teryr The Catholic Women of St. Jo-
Hinote. Terry Hinote presented seph Church were hostess Sunday
the gladioli for the concert. afternoon at Constitution Park, at
In voicing his appreciation to all an Easter Egg Hunt for children
who have contributed to the growth of St. Joseph's Church.
of the band, Mr. Dean stated "that Acting as hostesses were Mrs.
the band was particularly indebted William Wager and Mrs. Joseph
o the Band Boosters Association Dowd. Assisting with the hunt
for their contribution of uniforms were Barbara Eells, Alice Woods,
for the 'band; to the County Super- Kathleen Dowd and Elizabeth
intendent and the iSchool Board Brown.
for making oue thousand dollars a Prizes for finding the Golden
year available for use in the school Egg went to Michael Anchors and
band, and to all those who have Billy Wager. Joe Whaley and Char-
helped in any way with the band". maine Kramer were awarded prizes
He stated that approximately 25 for finding the most eggs. Easter
promotions from the Cadet Band favors were presented to all chil-
to the Senior Band will be made dren attending the hunt.
next year and the problem of equip- Approximately 24 children and
ping these students with uniforms their parents attended the party.
will be up to the Band Boosters' mands of an active school organi-
Association. Good uniforms cannot ,, ,,
Association. Good uniforms cannot zation. "In the future", Dean said,
be had for much less than $50.00. we hope to take care of a lot of
Music is expensive and- a great our expenses by making the money
variety is needed to meet the de- ourselves".
Available from Commercial News Providers"
CASH AYSAPRIL 14
Liquidation ONLY APRIL 23
NEW SANFORIZED COTTONS
Values to $5.95
Perky, pretty, cool Sanforized little cottons to
plete your summer wardrobe.
SUITS and TOPPERS
Values from $14.75 to $39.50
BETTY ROSE DORIS DODSON and dthei
Buy Now. Come Early.
Spring and Summer DRES'
VALUES TO $19.50
You'll save and look lovely in these new fro
For The Little Man 59c Value
2 for 88c
Full cut for active boys. Strong elastic
boxer type waist.
SHIRTS and BRIEFS
3 for 98 c
TERRY TEE SHIRTS
2 For 98c
Sizes 8 to 16
FOR BAYS FOR GIRLS. Hurry, hurry,
only a few left
Dungarees For Men
Some with zipper fly. Rugged
construction. Sizes 28 to 40
2 Pair $2.88
Sizes 4 to 16
Sanfrolzed Blue Denim. Stock up now
for the summer.
3 doz. $5.00
Only BOYLES brings buys like
this on first quality merchandise
Guaranteed 100 Washings
Four Years Service
81X108 ---- $2.08
---- ---- ----Type 128
Ladies and Childrens Prints
and Solid Colors Linens,
A SURPRISE VALUE
rs. Values To $9.95
SES $5.00 pr
Trim-Tread Natural Bridge .
Scamparoo. Buy these natinoally ad-
vertised shoes at bargain prices. This
group includes Saddle Shoes, Oxfords,
Loafers, Dress Pumps in blue, black,
Iks. White. Also other styles.
Sanforized Washable Cool
SLIPS and PETTICOATS
3 For $1.00
Limit 6 To A Customer
2 For 88c
They are sanforized. They fit. Summer is
coming. Stock up at this low, low price.
Sizes 28 to 38.
1 GROUP Special Buy!
Washable. No Ironing
Some are pretty but shop worn
Some are just plain peculiar
looking. ALL GOOD BUYS
Men's TEE SHIRTS
All sizes. Some Van Heusen in this
aroup. Terrys, Knits, Good.
For All Summer Wear
Values to $3.95
Some Laura Mae Some Ship and
Shore. Some Blouses. Shop this value
packed event and 'SAVEl
All Ladies and Children's
Come Early and Take Your Pick
COOL TOUGH SANFORIZED
sizes Buy now. Get 'em while they
Buy By The Dozen
94 c Dozen
PLENTY OF BLOWS IN THIS Hem-
stitched. Full size.
4 for 98c
Regular 39c Values. Ideal for linen "Show-
ers". You can use 'em at home too.
PIECE GOODS EXPLOSION
Boyles Blasts Profits Away on this item:
Values to 98c Yard
2 Yards 94c
Ginghams, Denims, Seersuckers, Piques
BOYLES brings BOOMING buys We need the
money You need these piece goods No profit
for us Big buys for you. Striped, Plaid, Iridescent
Chambrays, Lovely Linens, Playtones, Ginghams.
Values 79c to 98c
2 Yards $1.50
These Prices Good for 10 Days Only
Boyles Has Blown Prices Down!
ONE HALF PRICE
2 for 97c
- Lsr I -~
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOEi, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
" A. API 4
-- moved that the City Council contact the survey proposal not to exceed $400.00 total Visits Parents Here Chanev Girl's Auxilia
Dual Parking Meter Company and ask for cost. r r, .. n a Chaney Girl Au iiary
lMINUTBC OFP THuE the installation -af an .additional- four. or A.Jer a tudy of the two proposals, Comr- T! ommy n 0 i Hold Regular Meetin
MYINUTESB OF Tr IHE five meters for this section. This was es- miu cer Wimberly moved to accept the State spent' the week end here with Rvegla M ti l
fISY fH lSA NO OMIClC ol ended by Commisioner Ramseyv and upon pro ~S of the John J. Harte Company and -----
a vote there were ayes four, navs none. to retain this firm as engineers for the his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
III ... IU.. Ut.. Mr. P. P. Tomlinson was present and preliminary survey. This was seconded by The- Chaney Junior Girl's. AuXll-
asked if any contact had been made with Commissioner Ramsey and upon a vote Pridgeon. iary held their regular meeting at
Southeastern Underwriters Associatio in an there were ayes four, nays none. ________
attempt to re-rating fur fire insurance poli- The City Council considered the follow- .the Highland View Baptist Church
Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the cyholders. The Council adii-ed. th ,t to in lhuilding permits: Spends Week End Here
City Commission of the City of Port their knowledge no cionia(t Lha, b,en made Mrs. Sanders Chitty's request to build n Costin student at on Monday afternoon with the
St. Joe, Florida held in the Municipal with any citi officials from this Company, an additional building on the rear of each MiSS Ann Cstn, studenteident, Sandra Adams presid-
Building on the 5th day of April, A. D., other than correspondence rec.eioel from or lots number 7, 9, and 11 in Block 52. Florida State spent the week end
1955 at 8:00 P.M. them under date of October 2S, 19.54 in After discussion of this request and a re- in g. Sarah Cunlbie led in the open-
The Regular Meeting of the City Corn- which they advised that the City of Port view of the building plans, Commissioner with her parents, Mr. and Mrs .
mission was held at this time with Corn- St. Joe fire defenses were scheduled for I Wimberly moved that this request be dis- ing prayer followed with the watch-
missioners Ramsey, Tharpe, Wimberly and inspection within a period of approximately (approved This was seconded by Commis- Chauncey Costin. word
Mayor Belin present. Clerk Henderson was six weeks from that date. The City Clerk sioner Ramsey and upon a vote there were
also present, was directed to again contact Southeastern ayes four, nays none., 1 Mrs. Ralph Macumber, counselor,
Minutes of the previous meetings of Underwriters Assoriation inviting their at-i "nMr. Terry Hinote's building plans for a these plans, Mayor Bein recommended
March 16, March 24, and April 1, 1955 tention to this proposed inspection, single story building on Lots 9 and 11 in that they be given to the City Engineer for led the group in a quiz discussion
were read and approved. Air Max Kilbourn, City Engineer present- Block 64 were next considered by the further study and that the Council take the
Attorney Silas R Stone and Mr. Les ed the following proposals from Smith nad City Council. After a study of the plans, Engineer's advice on this building request. f last week's program. The title
Gay met with the City Council. Attorney Gillespie, Jacksonville, Florida, Engineers the City Council recoic ee that Mr. This recommendation was agreeable with of the program was "Hong Kong".
Stone was representing Mr. Gay, and rec- and John j. Harte Company, Engineers, of linote be asked to rei~ a earelans to al-, other members of the City ouncuil.
ommended that additional parking meters Atlanta, Georgia, for preliminary natural low for more square ftTage, before fur- Mr. W. W. Barrier's plans for a building Those taking part were Margaret
be installed on Third Street, between Reid gas surveys for the City of Port St. Joe. other action by the City Council. i to be located on Lot 11 and the South one- Patterson, Nellie Clark and Sybil
Avenue and Monument Avenue, in front of Smith aind Gillespie's preliminary survey Theo Willard's building plans for Lot half of Lot 12 in Block 40 were given
Mr. Gay's place of business adn also by the proposal not to exceed $2,000.00 total cost. 32 in Block 1017, millview addition were consideration by the City Council and Tucker: A prayer for missionaries
Lawson Hotel. Commissioner Wimberly John J. Ifarte Company's preliminary taken into consideration. After a study of C mmimssioner Wimerlny moved that the
City Clerk be authoried to issue Air. Bar- in Hong Kong was given by Sybil
rier the building permit. This was seconded U ..
uy Commissioner Ramsey and upon a vote tucker. Mrs. Burkes gave the
[r- there were ayes four, nays none. lin "rv
-" -- -....... ,e--s ..._ = Commissioner Ramsey stated that the closing prayer.
Volunteer Fire Department had been ap- Fourteen members and two visl-
Sproahed by sh ow people and reque stedto tors attended the meeting. The Visi-
-week. After discussion by the Council, Corn- tors were Reva akes and Mrs.
S.. missioner Ramsey moved that the City
Council reject this request. This was sec- George Burkes.
onded by Commissioner Wimberly and upon
.- a vote there were ayes four, nays none.
Commissioner Ramsey stated that 200 S
/ ..,feet of 1 1-2 inch fire hose was needed by St. James Youths Enjoy
the Fire Department. Commissioner Wim-
berly moved that the City ask for local Easter Party Sunday
bids on the 200 feet of 1 1-2 inch hose
to be received not later than 5:00 P.M.
Si 's April 19, 1955. Ttis was seconded by Corn- The Church School of St. James'
V1V n n 1-i -m' issioner Ramsey and upon a vote there Episcopal Church celebrated Eas-
T 111111 \ / s\^ v A were ayes four, nays none.
\L TjY \ /jjL y 1 r nn v .tn)^( jter with a worship service and par-
&_94 WVIr~ IIN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
. .... ... ..:
Its as clean as sunshine and so much fun to cook on a %,,d"rn
electric range. Meals taste better and your favorite recipes cme o:;t
perfectly every time with accurate ELECTRIC heat. Why don't 'cu
switch to "White Glove" cooking? If you buy an electric range NO,., )our
dealer has an attractive gift for YOU.
R. E. PORTER, Manager
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
.FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
in Re: Estate of
ALBERT LEE WARD
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Al-
bert Lee Ward, deceased, are here-
by notified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
have against said estate in the of-
fice of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
in Wewahitchka, Florida, within
eight 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 be-
come void according to law.
March 31, 1955.
MONICA L. WARD
GEORGE G. TAPPER
Executors of the Estate of
Albert Lee Ward, deceased
First publication on March 31,
SILAS R. STONE
Attorney for Executors
ty, Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m.
During the service of prayers and
songs, the children presented their
flowers and mite boxes to the cross.
Following the service, an Easter
egg hunt and party was held in the
parish house with the Woman's
Auxiliary acting as hostesses. The
egg hunt was directed by Charles
Wall, Mrs. J. L. Fuller and Mrs.
Clyde Fite. Miss Bobbie Ward and
Miss Judy Fensom presided over
the punch table.
Toni Maige and Morris Fuller
were awarded prizes for finding
the Golden egg and prize winners
for finding the most eggs went to
Danny Wall and Dianne LeHardy.
Approximately 45 children with
their parents and invited guests at-
tended the service and party.
Nitrate poisoning sometimes oc.
curs as a result of cattle eating
straw, corn stalks and sugar beet
Now-out of Chrysler Corporation. come the most rugged trucks ever built'
.. : .
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*" CANCER CRUSADE LAUNCHED Dr. Paul Coughlin of Talla.
hassee, Vice President of the Florida Division, American Cancer
Society, presents Governor Leroy Collins with the Sword of Hope,
the Society's symbol, just after the Governor signed the Pro-
clamation designating April as Cancer Control Month. The
Governor is Honorary Chairman of the fund drive. He expressed
the hope that educational efforts during the month might result
in saving the lives of approximately 1600 people in Florida who
this year will die needlessly of cancer.
Highland View Baptist meeting of the WM.S will be held
Circles Have Business Meet' on Monday at the church for the
sRoyal Service Program-with Circle
'Circles one and two of the High-i2 in charge of the program. The
land View Baptist Church met Ap meeting closed with prayer by Mrs.
land View Baptist Church met Ap-Leo Kennedy.
ril 11 for the regular business meet-
ing with eight members present. E Hr
Spend Week End Here
The meeting opened with the sing- Miss Sibbie Brinson and Miss
ing of "He Leadeth Me" followed Helen Durant, students at Florida
with the devotional given by Mrs. State University, spent the week
Homer Echols. She chose for read- nd
p P, h .1 T .R here with their parents, Mr. and
Ing, F ll. 1.: 1-1 iV rs. E. JA. uu
Bose lead in prayer. The watchword
was repeated by all and routine
The president, Mrs. Echols, urged
all to attend a meeting on April
28 at the First Church for the pur-
pose of studying the Woman's Mis-
sionary Union Manual. The next
Mrs. R. H. Brinson and Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Durant.
Spends Holidays Here
Billy Joe Richards, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ted Richards of Highland
View and student at Florida State
University' spent the Easter holi-
days here with his parents.
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S "All devoutly
..." ne of the most
S\'\ difficult things to do
is to humble yourself
Siin public, kneeling to
1" 7 pray to God for his
.. aid and mercy.
Maybe it's training,
.. / but Episcopalians
find this attitude
S, 1 hard to understand.
We take it as a mat-
ter of course that when we go to church, we
go to worship God and to pray to Him, and
the natural position for supplication is on our
So, we kneel to pray we stand to praise,
we sit to listen.
We don't think it at all unusual. We know
that George Washington and many more presi-
f dents of our great nation were devout Episco-
palians who attended church regularly, joining
with the rest of the congregation mighty and
humble alike in kneeling to ask God's mercy
and aid and forgiveness.
The phrase which heads this advertisement
is a direct quotation from the Book of Common
Prayer, a copy of which you'll find in the pew
Sr. when you join us in worshipping God 'in the
; Episcopal Church near you.
I ^ We hear people say, "I'd like to go to the
Episcopal Church, but I don't know what you
do. It's so different." Don't let that worry you.
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pg you where the service starts and how to follow
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MINUTES OF W
COUNTY COMMISSION B
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA c
APRIL 5, 1955 S
The Board of County Commissioners of S
Gulf County, Florida met this date in reg- S
ular monthly session. The following mem- M
bers were present: George W. Cooper, Gi
Chairman, E. C. Harden, Sr., T. D.. Whit- C
field, J. C. Price, and Parker G. Hart.
The Clerk, Sheriff and Attorneys were also
The meeting came to order at 9 o'clock J
a.m. and the following proceedings were B
Rev. Milton Williams opened the meet- D
ing with prayer.
Mrs. R. R. Davis appeared before the (
Board and requested financial aid for Mrs. I
W. M. Lee and told that Mrs. Lee has I
recently had both legs amputated and (
that her husband is unable to work because (
he has to stay with Mrs. Lee at all times.
After consideration, there was a motion by I
Comm. Harden, seconded by Comm. Whit-
field and upon vote Was unanimously car-
ried, that the County pay up to $50.00 on
Mrs. Lee's hospital and Doctor bill.
The Board voted to pay Willie Newsome
$15.00 ,per month trom the County Indi-
A discussion was had with reference to
the County purchasing gasoline tanks and
pumps as per the decision the Board made
at me last meeting.
Comm. Hlaruen. old the Board that he
had made an investigation in this matter
and tnat he linds tat. all oil dealers in
our area will lurnish the county tanks,,
pumps and other equipment necessary for:
the dispensing of gasoline and oils used by
the County, providing htat the County will
give a dealer a contract to turnisa the
County all o its gasoline and oil needs
lor one year or longer and that the County
cannot purchase gasoline and oil any cheap-
* er if the County owns its tanks and pumps.
After further discussion, there was a mo-
tion by Comm. Price, seconded by Conln.
Hart and unanimously carried, that all bids
tor the purchase of tanks and pumps be
Whereupon, Comm. Price moved that the
County advertise to receive bids from firms
interested in furnishing the County gaso-
line and oils for the periods beginning
June 1, 1955 and ending June 30, 1956.
Motion seconded by Comm. Harden and
upon vote was unanimously carried.
Mr. Frank Harmnnon appeared before the
Board and discussed the cost for Work-
psen's Compensation Insurance for all Coun-
ty employees. After a lengthy discussion,
there was a motion by Comm. Harden, sec-
onded by Comni. Whitfield and upon vote
was unanimously carried, that the County
purchase Workman's. Compensation Insur-
ance from Frank & Dot's Agency. A dis-
cussion was had with reference to the County
digging a channel from the Bay end of 5th
Street in the City of Port St. Joe in an
Lasterly direction approximately 300 yards.
No action taken at this time.
Comm. Harden discussed the possibility
of the County constructing a Health Clini.
in Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka. After
lengthy discussion, it was decided that
this' Board invite the State Engineer in
charge of Supervising such projects to ap-
pear before this Board at a. later date to
advise the Board what steps to take to en-
able the County to receive 60 percent of
the cost of such projects from the Federal
The Farm Agent filed his report for the
month of March, 1955.
The payrolls for all County employees
to1 the month of March, 1955 were approved
and ratified as paid.
The following bills were presented, ex-
aminiied and approved and ordered paid:
APRIL 1, 1955
Geroge Y. Core, Salary ......... 137.50
Cubic R. Laird, Salary, ........ 119.70;
Leona Taylor, Salary ............. 35.80
Mrs. J. A. Glenn, Salary ........... 43.70
Mrs. C. G. Kish, Salary ........ 47.50
William H. Linton, Salary ........ 50.00
Elmer Nunnery, Salary .......... 83.13
C. M. Gay, Comptroller, Retire. WH. 21.87
Direc. Int. Rev., W-Taxes ........ 48.30
Curtis Adams, Salary ............ 38.20
Preston Farmer, Salary .......... 33.00
S. T. Morris, Salary ............ 33.00
James R. Kirkland, Salary ........ 36.50
Milton Whitfield, Salary .......... 7.20
Gulf County Health Dep., Sal. for F. E.
Trammell .............. 100.00
Direct. Int. Rev., W-Taxes ........ 10.20
ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND
APRIL 1, 1955
floyd Whitfield, Salary .......... 144.18
Charles Fortner, Salary .......... 153.10
Glenn Daniels, Salary .......... 135.20
George E. Jones, Salary ........ .135.20
Alvie Kemp, Salary ............ 140.00
Travis Wiley, Salary ............ 140.00
Archie Kemp, Salary .......... 93.90
W. E. Walshingham, Salary ...... 83.90.
Schley Kemp, Salary .......... 93.90'
C. M. Gay, Compt., Retire. WH .... 8.12
Direct. Int. Rev., W-Tax .......... 51.00
PEST CONTROL, PERMANENT STATE
FUND, APRIL 1, 1955
Curtis Adams, Salary .......... 78.30
Preston Farmer, Salary .......... 59.00
S. T. Morris, Salary ............59.00
Milton Whitfield, Salary ........ 121.20
James R. Kirkland, Salary ........ 59.00
APRIL 5, 1955
J. E. Whatley, Clean. Elec. Type. .. 25.00
State Road Dept., Maps .......... 10.00
Harland Pridgeon, Receipts ........ 80.38
Frank & Dot's Agcy., Ins. on Girls for
County Float in Tall. ...... 30.00
J. E. Pridgeon, Acting in Coronor's Jury 8.50
Standard Oil Co., Fuel for Masquito
Control .................. 24.77
F. E. Trammell, Tele. Exp. ......... 8.50
St. Joe Hdwe. Co., Sup. for Mosquito-
Program .............. 126.93
St. Joe Bldrs. Supp., Sup. for Mosquito
Program ............... 32.80
Gulf Hdwe. & Sup. Co., Supplies .... 31.38
Wewa Hdwe. Co., Supplies ........ 1.75
Suwanee Store, Bleach, mop soap, etc.,
For jail ... ....... .... 9.24
American Flag Co., 2 Nylon flags .. 37.60
Taylor Chem. Co., Floor sweep and
bowl cleaner .. .. 16.00
W. T. Edwards TB Hosp., Gulf Co.
patients ................ 101.25
Willie Newsome, County Indigent .... 5.00
J. C. Price, Salary .............. 79.09
E. C: Iarden, Sr., Salary ........ 65.53
George W. Cooper, Salary ........ 73.09
Parker G. Hart, Salary .......... 79.09
T.: D. Whitfield, Salary ........ 71.25
Samuel A. Patrick, Corn., .........300.00
David 0. Gaskin, Atty. Salary .... 23.75
Silas R. Stone, Atty. Sal. ........ 23.75
J. R. Hunter, Pension .......... 50.00
George Y. Core, Salary .......... 47.50
C. M. Gay, Compt., Retire. WH. .. 23.75
Prof. Ins. Co., Prem. on Policies .. 12.00
Connell Water Wks., Serv for March 18.00
St. Joe Telephone Co., Serv .... 10.76
Gulf Cb. Breeze, Printing Min. Legal
notice, etc. ............... 81.42
Southwest Fla. TB Hosp., Gulf Co. Patients
B. E. Parker, Sheriff's cost ..... 105.94
Ga. Ohem. Co., Inc., Mop heads .. 13.50
Danley Furn. Co., Tile for kitchen at
jail ................... 128.85
Wewa Hdwe. Co., Supplies ...... .216.95
D. T. Bridges, Repair to drain and
lights .................. 14.00
H.&W.B. Drew Co.,- Memo slips for tax
collector ................ 22.54
Bishop Office Equip. Co., Supplies 158.93
Bowen Sup Co., Supplies .......... 21.76
Gulf Coast Elec. Coop., Serv for month
gf March ....... ........ 48.38
J. F. Nicks, Check protector ...... 72.50
Board of County Commis., for use of
County Equipment ......... 266.00 I
George Y. Core, filing case foreclosure 7.50
Mamie Brewer, County Indigent .... 8.00
Allie Porter, County Indigent ...... 6.00
0. A. Herring, Co. Indigent ...... 10.00
W. M. Lee, Co. Indigent ........ .10.00
Mamie Brewer, Co. Indigent ...... 8.00
Grace Dunlap, Co. Indigent ........ 5.00
Bessie Glass, Co. Indigent ........ 16.00i
W. T. Strange, Co. Indigent ...... 15.00
Maggie Smith, Co. Indigent ...... 10 00
Near McDaniel, Co. Indigent ........ 8.00
T. L. Guilmore, Co. Indigent ...... 15.00
Lena Whitfield, Co. Indigent .... 10.00
W. W. Smith, Co. Indigent ........ 10 00
Drusilla Keep, Co. Indigent ...... 10.00
Eva Pate, Co. Indigent ........ 10.00
Minnie Williams, Co. Indigent ...... 8.00
Mrs. W. P. Coleman, Co Indigent .. 10.00
Izella Lester, Mother's Pension .... 3.00
Grace Dunlap, Mother's Pension .... 3.00
Mrs. Tom Parker, Mother's Pension .. 9.00
Minnie Patterson, Mother's Pension .. 3.00
Bessie Glass, Mother's Pension .... 6.00
Mrs. Lee Sims, Mother's Pension .... 3.00
Ressie Porter, Mother's Pension .... 9.00
Mrs. Dollie Weeks, Mother's Pension 9.00
Mrs. A. G. Montgomery, Mother's Pen. 3 00
Mrs. Bessie Beck, Mother's Pen ..... 3.00
Mrs. Annie Williamsoni, Mother's Pen. 3.00
Mrs. Mae P. Creamer, Mother's Pen. 6.00
Mrs. Annie Rhames, Mother's Pen. .9.00
Ruby Melvin, Mother's Pen........ 10.00
Trudie Lester, Mother's Pen........ 6.00
ROAD & BRIDGE FUND
APRIL 5, 1955
Taylor Parts & Sup. Co., Sup. .... 217.60
Gaskin Bros. Lumber Co., Lumber 285.18
B W. Eells, Tires & Tubes ...... 70.99
Calloway Bros. Sup. Co., Sup. ... 25.50
St. Joe Tel, & Tel. Serv. ......... 16.05 '
BEST SELLER '
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Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Walker hon- ida, Sunday after spending the week
ored their daughter, Maxine on her end here with his parents, Mr. and
16th birthday with a beach party. Mrs. M. H. Elder on Long Avenue.
$25 to $3.00
FOR TODAY'S NEEDS
HOME OR CAR REPAIRS
DOCTOR OR DENTAL BILLS
BETWEEN PAY DAY CASH
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rl I --Phone 218
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The long, low, exciting lines of all the '55 Fords
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In. the rich, colorful new interiors you can have
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With Trigger-Torque power in your
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[ Ford's new 162-h.p. V-8, 182-h.p. Special V-8 and
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You'll get into the highway traffic flow in a jiffy.
With new Angle-Poised Ride to blot
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Ford's advanced form of Ball-Joint Front Suspen-
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-it makes all roads feel far smoother. And to
further ease your driving, you can have all of Ford's
optional power assists to help you shift, steer, stop,
move seat, control windows. Come in today
of a 55 Ford
ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
Corner Highway 98 and 4th Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
.vim WSTAr. -.1. Jt.GL ~UT. LRD
Olt Coast Eleo. Corp., Serv. ..... 7.67
ewa- Hdwe.- Co., Sup... ..... 217.43
leorge Y. Core, Record. R-W Deed .. 3.60 NEWS FROM
Burford-Toothaker Tractor Co., prats 592.63 NEWS FROM
. F. McDaniel, Supplies.......... 9.00
Panama Motor Parts Co., Parts .... 00 GROVE
lay-Brooks Machinery Co., Parts ..... 1.98K OV
City Radiator Co., Repair .......... 6.50
t. Joe Motor Co, Parts ........... 4.20 By HELEN NORRIS
IcGlon Serv. Garage, Labor ...... 2.62
Sportsman Serv. Sta., Fuel ........ 2-18
IcGowin Motor Co., Parts ...... 2.47
Gulf Hdwe & Sup. Co., Parts .... 40.95
City Radiator, Parts ............ 12.50 Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Shealy and
FINE & FORFEITURE FUND daughter, Evelyn spent the week
APRIL 5, 1955 end in Pensacola visiting with Mr.
. E. Pridgeon, Judge's Cost ...... 650.00
B. E. Parker, Sheriff's Cost .... 1,986.05 and Mrs. Harry Pyrtzil and family.
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Atty. Sal. .... 31.35
David C. Gaskin, Salary ........ 168.87
$ilas R. Stone, Salary .......... 201.87 FU APR 5 1
George Y. Core, Record. Convic. 56.25 FUND, APRIL 5, 1955
Ray Green, Compt., Retire. WH .... 22.91 F. E Trammell, Postage .......... 2.42
)irect. Int. Rev., W-Tax .......... 33.00 Standard Oil Co., Fuel .......... 14.88
Gulf Drug Co., Med. ............ 1.10 There being no further business to come
Game & Fresh Water Fish Com., Arrest before the Board, it did then adjourn.
Tickets .................. 12.85 ATTEST.
P. F. McDaniel, Supplies ........ 12.85 George Y. Core George W. Cooper
MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT STATE Clerk Chairman
Mr. and Mrs. Terell and children
ot Perry and Mrs. iCanpibell were
the week end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson
spent Sunday in Wewahitchka vis-
iting with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Deese and
children of Panama City were the
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Levins and
daughter Regenna spent the week
end in Bonifay visiting with friends
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Norris and
children motored to Panama City
Thursday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O0. Aultman and
Children of Panama City were the
week end guests of Mrs. Aultman.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall
spent Monday in Marianna visiting
with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hasking
and daughter, Peggy motored to
Panama City Saturday on business.
S Honored On Birthday
TH 9 -- R, O*Ftt~1Jk~iii~ 06UIY FI.ORIDA
THURSDAY, APRIL. 14, 1lS
All seemed to' have a nie" time.
They played game% Went in swim-
ming, then were aei'Ved supper of
fish and chicken salad, ice cream
drinks and cake. Guests were iola
Roberts, Gail Roberts, Delores
Chism, Barbara Mitchell, Voncille
Alsobrook, Wilford Elliott, Blair
Shuford, Rudy Burge, Louis Ray,
W. L. Dawson, Travis Jones, Tom-
mie Walker, Floynelle Walker, Dan-
nie Roberts. Assisting in serving
were Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Roberts.
Return To Pensacola
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Whitten of
'Pensacola returned to their home
Sunday after spending the week
end with their daughter and son-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Fleishel
of Kenney's Mill. The Fleishels also
have as their guests, Mr. and Mirs.
C. B. Walker of (Syracuse, N. Y.,
who will spend several days here.
Returns To U. of F.
Timothy Elder, returned to his
studies at the University of Flor-
TH T P, ORT. T .. G C
THURSDAY APRIL 14 6
by MARGIE ROGERS
-Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Phelps are
visiting in Hamptron, Va., with he
latter'-s sister, Mrs. White. They
will visit the former's brother, R.
C. Phelps in Wilmington, N. C., for
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Evans of
Panama City spent the week end
with the latter's sisetr and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Royce Butts.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Givin.s and
year. They are as follows: resi- Highland View WSCS led the opening prayer. S
dent, Mrs. Madge Wood: secretary. Meets With Mrs G rett Mrs. Joe Grimsley discussed, tu e t
Mrs. Margie Corbitt: treasurer, Lu- Meets With Mrs. Garrett "Not By Bread Alone". Mrs. A. B.
cille Godwin; reporter, Mrs. Ann The Highland View Woman's Pratt gave, "A Prayer In Short-
Burkes; fund committee, Ruth 'Society of Christian Service met hand". Mrs. W. C. Forehand read
'Splinger, M'idge Wood and Lucille t the home of Mrs. W. W. Garrett a poem, "Worship". Mrs. J. T.
Godwin. Advance committee, Mar- on Monday evening April 11 at 8. MoNeill gave an illuminating talk
gie Corbitt and Lucille Godwin. Mrs. W. H. Weeks presided, on "Dollars and Sense". Mrs. Lillie
,After the meeting the club had an Mrs. J. T. McNeill, Sr., gave the House talked about "Another
Easter egg hunt for the children call to worship. The scripture les- Chance". Mrs. Katherine Brown
of the club at the Memorial Park. .'on taken from John,17:20-22 and told in poetry how "Our Hope Lies
Mrs. Mary Burke and son Gib of' 'Not In Weapons".
Rome, Ga., spent the week end with on Easter Sunday in which the The highlight of the program was
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. church dedicated the new pulpit honoring Mrs. McNeill with a life
Henry Kelly and family and in Bible. Glenn Garrett was in charge membership in the Alabama Wo-
Apalachicola with friends and rel- of the program. After the program, man's Society of Christian Service.
atives. Glenn Garrett, Martha Ray, Mar- After Mrs. Forehand had presented
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Williams and jorie Rogers, Lewis Rogers, Bar- Mrs. MeNeill the pin and the mem-, "
children Mary 'Ruth, Laura Lee, bara Brown and Tommy and Bud- bership, rs. Weeks read an original
Study Writing & Speaking
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family spent a few days in Vernon, Linda Lou Lenora Sue and Gene dy Kennington were awarded hon- poem, an acrostic which described
vith relatives. Adkins of Fort White spent the I ors for their outstanding attendance Mrs. MoNeill's unselfish love and
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Duval and week end with the latter's parents in the Sunday School and worship devotion as well as her challeng-
daughter Gwen spent Monday in Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kelly and fam- service. ing and inspiring leadership.
Carrabelle with relatives. ily. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Branch vis- Mrs. W. W. Garrett led the clos-
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Mazarac Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chestnut spent ited in Albany and Colquitt, Ga., ing prayer after which she served
of Altha, spent Monday with the the week end in Panama City with for Easter and also attended the refreshments of -coffee, cake and
latter's sister and family, Mr. and their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. 'funeral of their uncle, ice cream to all present.
Mrs. Albert Davis, Beatrice and Bill Chestnut. Mr. and Mrs. Pelham Revell, Mrs. W. H. Weeks will be hostess
Glenn Davis returned home with Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Patterson Mrs. Hope Glass, Buford Griffin, to the group on Monday evening,
them for a week's visit. and family spent the week end in Mrs. Gene Shoots left Monday for April 18.
The Modern Clulb of Highland DeFuniak Springs with relatives Nashville, Tenn., where they will
View met at the home of Mrs. Lu- and friends. attend the Sunday School Confer- Bert Munns Honor Son
cille Godwin. The club elected The Highland View Methodist ence of the Assembly's of God I h er n Birthd
their new officers for the coming Church held a dedication service Church. Wit Supper On Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Munn enter-
DANLEY FURNITURE COMPANY taed with abufett supper Mon
S RE M day night in their home on Hunter
Circle honoring their son, Bert on
offers the greatest his birthday.
,3" Following the supper, the group
S'" motored to Mexico Beach where
they enjoyed playing Carpet Golf.
ROTARY i Comprising the guest list were
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eleventh grade students who un-
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Key are learning skills in effective
writing and speaking as well as
American literature and English
grammar. As we take a peek into
the classroom, the students are
busily engaged in practicing the
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correct writing. Pictured above from right to
During the course, the students left are: First row, Rachael Wim-
have put their knowledge into ac- berly, Miss Key, teacher; Second
tual use through special parallel I ]o ot Br Mn
projects such as the making of r, S S t,
prepared and extemporaneous,spee- Cora Sue Smith Geie Raffield;
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make up under the brightest daylight
Yeu are invited to write directly to Caroline Leonetti-6607
Sunset Blvd., Hollywood 28, California, for onaolysis an sug-
sltions which will be sent by return mait
Ga. GRADE "A"
U. S. GRADED HEAVY BEEF
LB. GROUND FRESH DAILY
49c Ground Beef
16 Oz. Jar
Salad Dressing 25c
Del Monte 303 Can
Fruit Cocktail 19c
PENNY'S 7 TALL CANS
Dog Food 49c
ARGO ALL GREEN
10 Oz. Can
PEAS and CARROTS
5 for 95c
2 No. 303 Cans
SPREADS jar 21c
Sunbeam Pop Open
BISCUITS box 10c
1b. box 59c
3 REG. 25o"
3 REG. 250
2. BATH 25o
MAYFIELD 303 CAN
New Red Bliss
POTATOES lb. 5c
POLE BEANS lb. 15C
doz. 19c |
PET, CARNATION, SILVER COW
2 BATH -25
3 BARS 194
2, REG. 25
2 No. 303 Cans
3 LB. BAG
24 Oz. CAN
2 NO. 303 CANS
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
YELLOW BIRD 2VY CAN
BLEACH QUART JAR
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iNK 6ST",IPORT ar. J; IsL. ;ULV COUNrT'Y. rLoImDA
Advertising Doesn't Cost It PAYS.
It Pays To Advertise Try It.
Spends Holidays Here
Miss Etta Catherine Martin,
freshman at Florida iState Univer-
sity spent the Easter holidays with
l.r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris
Martin at Beacon Hill.
The St Joseph Telephone and Telegraph Company will
convert its telephone exchange at Port St. Joe to dial opera-
tion the latter part of this month. The exact time will be
announced at an early date.
The Telephone Company would like to announce that
if any, person desires his new number for the purpose of
preparing letterheads or other advertisement for business or
professional reasons and will request their new telephone
number by letter, it will be furnished.
PORT ST. JOE
FIRE------ Dial BAll 7-4011
POLICE Dial BAll 7-3181
Long Distance ----Dial 0
Information, Numbers not listed in directory Dial 113
Repair, To report a telephone out of order --_ Dial 114
To report difficulty with local or long distance call
Instructions For Dialing Telephones in The
Port St. Joe Exchange
Do Not Try To Dial Number Until You Hear Dial Tone
How Ti Dial Numbers In the Port St. Joe Exchange
sEach telephone has a number BAi "'7" or BAll '"9- plus
four digits. In order to dial a telephone a person must dial
the "B -, the "A" the "7" or "9" whichever the case may be,
and the other four digits in the order in which they appear
in the directory.
The above procedure does not apply if you wish to dial
a telephone on the same line that you are on. How to dial
such a telephone is explained in instructions "How To Dial
Another Telephone On Your Line".
How To Dial Another Telephone On Your Line:
As explained above each telephone has a number BAll
"7" or BAl "9" plus four digits. If the first three of the last
four digits of the telephone you desire to call are the same
as the telephone you are calling from, these two telephones
are on the same party line. To dial this telephone dial "119"
then the last digit of your directory listing, then the last
digit of the directory listing of the telephone you desire to
call. For example if your telephone number is BAll 7-5412
and you desire to call BAll 7-5414 you should dial 11924.
Then hang up and your telephone as well as the telephone
you are calling will ring. When the telephone you are call-
ing is answered then your telephone will cease to ring. You
should then pick up your handset and start the conversation.
If the telephone you are calling is not answered within 2 to
4 minutes the ringing will cease automatically.
St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Co.
Spend Week End Here
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gaillard spent
the Easter holidays here with their
parents. They are -both attending
the University of Florida at Gaines-
GATE LEG or E
Sun y ,ood
Save $40.00 Reg. $169
Drop Leaf Table and 4 Ch<
Reg. $149.95 Table 35" w
Extension Table and 4 Chu
c..-. .'-en, natural-grain woC
grcce. Two dine cozily, or whisk
easy-care features, of course : Da
Top, in choice of four colors, re
Sunlight-styled lattice-back cha
wipe-clecn fabrics, 11 decor.
-..... m. ..... I
od is styled with contemporary
k up the leaves for six. Daystrom's
aystromite wood-grained Wonder
sists heat, hard knocks and stains.
airs upholstered in choice of three
. b:"ended ccic.s,
C_______S__ _iiw -o-;- -
ROOM FOR RENT: Private en-
trance and bath. 205 8th St. Ph.
104. R. A. Swatts. 2tp
FOR RENT: Furnished 3 room ap-
artment. Private bath. Call 129.
FOR RENT: Large rooming house
on Reid Avenue with space for
dining room. Unfurnished apart-
ments for rent. ISee T. H. Stone.
FOR SALE OR TRADE: Beach cot-
tage. Bahama Beach, $500 down,
terms. Or trade for service station
or either a good location. See Joe
E. Hutchison, Box 1248, Panama
City. 5te-3-31 I
FOR SALE: Like new B & J Press
Camera with f3.6 color scopar
lease, compur rapid shutter, syn-
ohronized flash gun, carrying case,
film holders ,etc. Or will trade for
good boat. Inquire at Star office.
FOR SALE: Trailer, 4' wide, 8' long
212' deep. Braced with steel and
including hitch. $7,5. Can be seen
at 1012 Garrison.
WOMEN WANTED: Several girls
to address, mail postcards. Spare
time every week. Write Box 161,
Belmont, Mass. 4tp-4-5
LONESOME COUPLE hope Santa
brings a baby. Good home, nurse.
Strictly confidential. Will pay hos-
paial bills. Apply trailer space, 38,
Wee Don & Doris Trailer Park, Pan-
ama City, or write box 96, St. An-
Keys Made While You Wait
Bicycle Repal'lng All Makes
Reel Parts and Repairs
STOP AND SWAP-Headquarters
tor your used furniture and ap-
pliances. 213 Reid Avenue, Phone
391. WE BUY AND SELL. tte
0 0 *,Z 4 0 &= 0-* a =
NEED TV OR
For a quick, expert check-up
of your set's performance (no
matter what the make Call
us. We offer free prompt piok-
up and delivery service. All
work and parts guaranteed.
TV ANTENNAS INSTALLED
PAUL'S RADIO SHOP
Corner 2nd and Reid
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home.
WIMBERLY PONTIAC COMPANY
2nd and MONUMENT AVE. Port St. Joe, Florida
601 Long Avem .
1 rl-W nXLAft T Pf- rIP UFY4J,
Spring Clearance Sale
We MUST SELL these Cars to Make Room for NEW
DODGE and PLYMOUTH Trade-ins -- All these Cars
and Trucks have been reconditioned and are in A-1
'53 DODGE, 2-dr. Sedan ----- $1065
'53 PLYMOUTH, Club Coupe -- $1250
'53 FORD, 2-door Sedan --------$1250
2 '51 PLYMOUTHS, 4-door Sedans __-$750
'51 DODGE, 2-door Sedan --------$995
'50 PLYMOUTH, 4-Door Sedan -- $645
'50 HUDSON, 4-door Sedan ---- $250
'50 DODGE, 4-door Sedan --------$795
'49 CHEVROLET, 2-door Sedan --- $495
'49 FORD, 4-door Sedan ------ $395
'49 CHEVROLET, 2-door Sedan ----$495
'49 HUDSON, 4-door Sedan ---$195
'47 CHRYSLER, 2-door Sedan --- $245
2 '47 PLYMOUTHS, 4-door Sedan .-- $345
'46 CHEVROLET, 4-door Sedan -- $295
'46 CHEVROLET, -door Sedan --- $195
'46 PONTIAC, 4-door Sedan -----$245
'46 FORD, Club Coupe ---- $295
'41 FORD, 2-door Sedan ---- $145
DODGE Pick-up ------------$995
WILLYS Pick-up ----------$345
INTERNATIONAL 2-Ton -------$495
FORD, 3-4 Ton Pick-up --_----$195
CHEVROLET Pick-up ----- $195
MINOR TUNE-UP JOB
FRONT END ALIGNMENT
$1.00 Per Wheel
McGO WI OTOR COMPANY
Phone 129 Port St. Joe, Floridc
America's greatest Buy
and you can prove it!
MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M -
Port St. Jo-e Lodge 111 Regular
meetin,3 2nd and 4th Fri-
days each month, 8:00 p. m.
Members urged to attend;
visiting brothers welcome. W. L.
Jordan, W. M.; R. H. Trawick,
OF MOOSE ev
Meeting night ev.
ery other Monday. P "
Meetings at Moose '\ ..'
Hall, 310 Fourth St.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs.
days, 7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
brethren invited. H. H. Shirley, N.
G., Alden Ferris, Secretary.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
Ing companions welcome. Jimmy
Greer, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
Provides the most AFTER
effective help that clears skin of
acne, blackheads and oiliness..
Milky Masque Solventf. Milky Masque
Extractor and Acne Cream $1.00 each,
. extends to 62"
~d Ir I
: `sRSDsrAY. APP41L 4. 1956
PAEtE IH tAPOTSr OE UL OUT, LPUATHf~~,A~tL 4 15
Drugs and medicines are not merely items of merchan-
dise. They are prepared, labeled and distributed for the
treatment of disease and the conservation of health. Many
medicinal products may be obtained only on prescrip-
tion, while others are made for safe use in the home as
household and domestic remedies.
You can rely upon our drug store as the safe, logical
and trustworthy source of the drugs and medicines used
by you and the members of your family.
LET US FILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION
REXALL Ic SALE NOW IN PROGRESS
BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
(Coatinued from page 1)
Class 8. Vacation Time-Arrange-
ments, featuring driftwood.
a. With flowers.
b. With dry material
Class 9. "An Apple for the Teach-
er".-Arrangement featuring fruit.
Class 10.- "Lady of 'Spain." (Co-
lumbus Day)-Arrangement show-
ing Spanish influence. Brilliant
colors in copper or deep toned pot-
tery container. (Garden Club mem-
Class 11. "Come Let Us Give
a. Large Arrangement for church
b. Two identical arrangements
Class 12. "Merry Xmas to All".
a. Arrangement in flat container
featuring candles. Glitter, silver,
b. Hogarth Curve in vase. Cones,
glitter, etc. permitted.
c. Mantel Arrangement for Xmas.
Class 1. Easter Tables.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
FOR FINT1AL DISCHARGE OF AD-
TO A.LL WHOM IT MAY CON
Notice is .hereby given that I
have filed my final returns as ad-
ministratiix of the Estate of N.
Comforter, deceased; that I have
filed my petition for final discharge,
and that I will apply to the Honor-
able J. El Pridgeon, County Judge
of Gulf County, Florida, on May 16,
1965, for approval of the same and
for final discharge as administra-
.trix of-the Estate of N. Comforter,
This the. 4th day of April, A. D.
/s/ CLARA COMFORTER
Administratrix of the Estate
of N. Comforter, deceased.
Silas R. Stone
Attorney for 'Petitioner 4t-4-5
Mrs. Brinson Has Charge
Of Methodist Circle 1
Mrs. R. H. Brinson was in charge
of the program of Circle 1 of the
Woman's Society of Christian Ser-
vice, First Methodist Church, Mon-
The subject was "Young Women
Who Move To The City". Assisting
were Mrs. J. C. Laney and Mrs.
Robert Bringman. Mrs. J. F. Mil-
1b. Informal Dinner..
Class 1. Annuals.
a. Nasturtiums-3 blooms.
b. Larkspur-1 stalk.
c. Pansy-3 blooms
d. Viola-3 blooms
e. Poppy-1 stalk
f. Any other annual
'Class 2. Berbaceous perennials
a. Day lily-1 stalk.
b. Any other perennial
IClass 3. Bulbs, corms, Tubers
a. Iris-1 -stalk
b. Gladiolous-1 stalk
c. Daffodils-3 blooms
d. Narcissus-3 blooms.
e. Easter Lily-1 stalk
Other Lily-1 stalk
f. Any other-1 stalk.
'Class 4. Roses-Tea and Hyb'id
a. Any red-1 bloom
b. Any white-1 bloom
c. Any pink-1 bloom
d. Any Yellow-1 bloom
e. Bi-color-1 bloom
Class 5. Rloses-Climbing or Flor-
a. Any red-1 spray
b. Any white-1 spray
c. Any pink-1 spray
d. Any yellow-1 spray
SECTION II-HOUSE PLANTS
-Class 1. Flowering
c. African Violet
(Judges may further subdi-
vide into color groups).
d. Any ohter
'Class 2. Green foliage plants
d. Any other
,Class 3, Colored leaf foliage
Any worthy specimen.
Class 4. Cacti-
a. With spines
b. Without spines
e.L. 'esllU.ments were serve y e U
hostess to Mrs. J. F. Milelr, Mrs.
J. C. Laney, Mrs. R. H. Brinson,
Mrs. Hubert Richards, Mrs. Walter
Johnson, Mrs. :S. B. Witt, Mrs. Tom
Byrd, Mrs. Robert Bringman and
Mrs. J. Lamar Miller.
Mrs. Laney, chairman of the cir-
cle presided over the business
meeting. Plans were made for the
Methodist Men's Club supper and
other activities of the month.
-The meeting closed with the
HARDWARE & SUPPLY CO.
Fordor, Overdrive, Radio, Heater
Club Coupe, New Paint, Clean
1953 CHEVROLET 1953 FORD
Fordor, Clean Tudor, Customline
AS IS SPECIALS
1941 STUDEBAKER 1939 MERCURY
Total Price $37.50 Total Price $37.50
THIS WEEK ONLY THIS WEEK ONLY
St. Joe Motor Co.
PHONE37 Prt S. Jo ~, la.
Can it be he's really gone
And left us so alone
He's .served us for so many years,
We'll miss him so I know.
Although he's gone his memory
Will ever linger still,
In office and corridor
He's there his place to fill.
In sick room??-he will be there,
Though not as in the past,
But there to look upon some brow
So fevered and restless.
Although his presence will be felt,
He'll not grow tired again;
He's resting while he's waiting
For his loved ones and his friends.
The good Lord had a purpose
For calling him so young,
But let us ever thank Him
For lending him tb us.
In memory of Dr. A. L. Ward
Friendly Savings And
Tallahassee, Fla. 1uapo.o0a
Star Classified Ads Bring Quick Results
M. L. Fleishel Named Funeral Services Held For Tuesday Bridge Club Meets
Treasurer of Pine Assn. William Wesley Smith, 63
____ Attractive arrangements of Eas-
M. L. Fleishel of Port St. Joe Funeral services were held for ter lilies and Spring flowers were
was elected treasurer of the Sou- William Wesley Smith, 63 at the used to decorate the home of Mrs!
then Pine Association in their Gospel Chapel in Highland View Earl Atchison when she entertained
meeting held in New Orleans last with the Rev. Alton McKeithen of- members of the Tuesday afternoon
week. Arthur Temple, Jr., of Diboll, ficiating, on Friday, March 25. Bur- Bridge Club.
Texas was elected president. Other 'al was in Southport Cemetery in Prize winners were Mrs. Charles
officers elected were Lon Clancy, Bay County. Wall, Mrs. Hulbert Richards and
Grayson, Ala., first yic-president; Mr. Smith died at the home of IMrs. Victor Anderson. Mrs. Robert
,G. T. Hardtner, Jr., Urania, La., his son, Homer in Highland View. Bringman, who leaves this week
second vice-president and Stanley 'Pallbearers at the funeral ser- to make her home in New York
P. Deas, New Orleans, La., secre- vices were Carl Raffield, Earl Raf- City, where Mr. Bringman has ac-
tary. field, Arthur Raffield, M. C. Woods, cepted a position, was presented
The association adopted a reso- Jake Gavin, Robert Brown. ;with a gift 'by the hostess. Invited
ilution opposing increases in mini- 'Survivors included five sons, guests were Mrs. Bill Cowden and
mum wages for the -Southern pine James of Apalachicola; ,Homer of Mrs. Hubert Richards.
industry. The resolution, adopted Highland View; Coleman, Pritchard
at a closing session of the group's Ala., Herbert and Calvin of Palat-
40th annual meeting, directed the ka. One daughter,,Mrs. Gladys Fo- ,i[
SPA's industry committee to soli- ley, Jacksonville.
cit direct and indirect support of Comforter Funeral Home of
"Organizations identified with Port St. Joe was in charge of ar-
Southern industry in general, in- rangements.
eluding agriculture and other or- X"
ganizations similar outside the Leaves For Hospital WITH
South. Mrs. J. D. Sexton left Tuesday
for Thomasville, Ga., where she
will be a patient at the hospital I
The meeting was held in the home t
of Mrs. George Suber on 6th Street. L
R f h d thRESTING
NtW W IT1 LAIM'
MIS 6GRAM1 PU RECiffiff
M&u s fadi 81- an.6wmvo hs
a Pa. meof yi=
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that LMUWOdnneS -I
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(by Mrs. Bob Faffield
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ALL SA STRINGS STRT CASH
ALL SALE iT S STRICTLY CASH
FLORIDA GRADE "A"
3 Lb. Can
5 Lb. Bag
Armour's 12 Oz. Can
Chopped Beef 29c
COFFEE lb. 79c
Grated Tuna 25c
8 oz. can Sacramento 2 for
Peach Halves 25c
E. Z. HOOD 2 Qts.
Sessions No. 5 Jug
SALAD OIL 79c
Sessions No. 10 Jug
SALAD OIL $1.39
Van Camps 2 No. 2 Cans
Pork and Beans 29c
No. 303 3 For
Santa Rosa Sliced 2 for
Pineapple 2 cans 45c
Maxwell House Lb. Tin
Armour's Star--IV2 Can Smoking Tobacco
BEEF TRIPE can 32c PRINCE ALBERT 11c
FLORIDA GRADE "A" LB.
Dressed HENS lb. 45c
No. 303 Can Ocean Spray
CRANBERRY SAUCE 2 for 43c
Large Box t
TIDE or CHEER 29c
CARNATION, PET or
BORDEN'S MILK 3 cans 39c
VANILLA WAFERS 31c
MOPS 10oz.59c 12oz.69c
U. S. No. 1
IRISH POTATOES 10 lbs. 49c
No. 5 Jug
Blackburn SYRUP 49 C
3 b. bag 39c
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
Whole or Half
FRESH PORK HAM
Whole, lb. 49c
Cut Up, lb. 59c
L. C. Country Style Cured
HAM, Whole or Half lb. 49c
Whole or Half lb. 29c
PICNIC HAMS Sliced, lb. 39c
1 Lb. 4 Lbs.
HAMBURGER 39c $1.00
BALOGNA lb. 29c
Tender Flake or Ballard's 10 lbs. 25 lbs.
FLOUR 89c $1.99
SOFT DRINKS, hot or cold, 6 for 19c
China Doll RICE 3 lb. bag 43c
Odds and Ends
-I b. 39c Smoked Bacon
PIG FEET lb. 12c
White Meat lb. 25c
Brisket Stew Ib. 29c
Pan Lb. 3 Lbs.
Sausage 49c $1.00
OYSTERS pt. 49c
Smoked Bacon lb. 39c
Neck Bones lb. 15c
Beef Liver Ib..29c
CHEESE lb. 45c
Pork Tails lb. 15c
Pork EARS lb. 15c
lb. 29c Pork LIVER
Tudor, New Seat Covers, 2-tone Paint
Tudor, New Paint, A-1 Condition
SWalter Duren's SUPER MARKET
I UB --B. II -_ a~c~
thursday,; APMrL 14, Or4ii
THE S CtAll, PO)RT ST. JOE, GUlFmOOUNTY, FLORIDAr
Port St. Joe
oe, Fla. i