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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1955
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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PORT ST. JOE
A Progressive
Community With a
Modern, Progressive
Weekly Newspaper a'
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"Port St. Joe The Outlet Port for the Apalachicolo-Chattahoochee Valley"
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Ti 1TE STAR
Published In Port St. Joe
S t~ Devoted To the Con-
Sinued Development of
Gulf County


VOLUME XIX


Single Coy 8c


PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA THURSDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1985


$3.00 Per Year


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY


We thought John Blount had
lost his faith in the honesty of
mankind. For months his tub
hung out in front of his place of
business offering a change ser-
vice for parking meters and then
all of a sudden it disappeared.
No more change. People must
have been using it for coffee.
But, John's faith is returning. He
is turning the other cheek. The
change tub is back in position.

We went out on Dave Mad-
dox' pilot boat the other day to
get a picture for the paper mill.
They had three ships tied up at
the docks at one time loading
and one parked out in the bay
waiting his turn. This place is
getting to be a real shipping
center.


PROCLAMATION

WHEREAS, the National Congress
of Parents and Teachers, and
the Florida Congress of Parents
and Teachers each year designate
the month of October as mem-
bership enrollment month, and
WHEREAS, during the previous
year there has been an increase
of more than twenty-two thousand
members in Parent-Teacher As-
sociations in Florida, evidencing
the continued interest of the par-
ents of Florida in our educational
system, and
WHEREAS, such public spirited
service is a most important con-
tribution to the development and
welfare of our State and merits
the recognition and support of
all citizens;
NOW, THEREFORE, I JOSEPH
L. SHARIT, by virtue of the au-
thority vested in me as Mayor
of the City of Port St. Joe, do
hereby proclaim the month of
October 1955 as Parent-Teacher


We journeyed to Tallahassee Month in Florida, and call upon
and to FSU Saturday for a con- all citizens to cooperate fully in
clave of the District Florida annual membership enrollment
Press Association and met quite endeavor.
a number of our fellow sufferers IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
there for a holiday and a little have hereunto set my hand and
"learning". Will went with us and seal of the City of Port St. Joe,
we picked up Ed Bandjough in this first day of October, A. D.,
Wewahitchka. 1955.
When we got there we went J. L. SHARIT
to the Student Center, where Mayor.
the meeting was to be held, and -- -
went in the restaurant- to have
a breakfast snack. Man, was that Plans Underway
place ever air-conditioned. It
was actually cold in there. For Annual PTA
We heard all kinds of good
talks, and some bad ones too. H
We got a laugh out of a jour- Ha lowe Cn arny
nalism professor telling of a fine
friend of his who bought a week- Plans for the H'allowe'en Carni-
ly newspaper out in Washington val, annual event of the Port St.
state and he had ONLY $25,000 Joe' Elementary and High School
to back him up in the deal. This Parent-Teacher Asso :iatious wereC
professor went on to tell how he made this week by the Carnival
had .to win the town over to ac- Committee at the home of Chaun-
ceptiig a city :.'-n for editor cey Costin,c 1,.- n.. of this year'f
and at-the same time get by with carnival.
this small amount of money and The annual carnival will be held
the help of a benevolent banker. Saturday, October 29 beginning at
Frankly, if we had the $25,000 4 p m. with a Hallowe'en parade.
all by itself when we came here, The carnival committee headed
we would need no banker to by chauncey Costin as chairman, in-
help us get along. All the other clude Joe Paffe, Bill Tharpe, Leo-
publishers felt that way too. nard Belin and Mrs. Elmore God-
We had one good speaker with frey.
a dry wit that spoke extempo- There will be varied attractions.
raneously that kept us all in including the following with those
stitches. His subject was "If I in charge:
Were To Write An Editorial". Haamlburger, third grades with
He listed as his first subject for Mrs. Daniels, Mrs. Rollins, Mrs.
an editorial as being against the Clark and Mrs. McGee in charge.
growing tendency toward alco- Hot dogs, fifth grades, with Mrs.
holism in our country. He said Anchors and Mrs. Pybus.
"the bottle has become the com- Ice cream and. snowball: Mrs.
forter for American sorrows, its Arnold Daniels; Cold drinks and
sharing of joy, and its ever-pres- coffee, second grades with Miss 3.
ent lullaby at night and a source Gunn, Miss Hazelwood and Mrs.
of vim and vigor from under the Howell; Fortune telling, baseball
mattress the first thing in the throw, sixth grade with Frank
morning". Barnes in charge; Mystery person,
We met some interesting peo- Picture gallery, sixth grade with
ple among our fellow publishers. Mrs. Royce Dickens in charge;
Among them was the president Boat ride, Joe Paffee; Cake walk,
of the State Press Association, Foy Scheffer and Mrs. Marvin
Carr Settle from down in south Land; Bingo, Betty Godfrey, Meta
Florida who owns a small news- Buzzett, Louise Coldewey and Clar-
paper run by he and his wife. ice Whaley; House of Horrors,
He was a fine fellow. We met Mrs. Clyde Fite, sixth grade; Pony
Curtis McFarland of Marianna rides, Chaunc'ey Costin; Balloons
and' formerly of Quincy. That and darts, fourth grade with Miss
fellow was nothing but a sport. Straughn in charge; Shooting gal-
Then we met. the editor of the lery, fourth grade, Mrs. Pat Calla-
Mayo Free -Press (forgot his way in charge; Potted plant sale,
name but it'll'come back) who Mrs. Kirth's fourth gratie; Fish
fixed 'one of his competitors up pond, first grades with Mrs. Aide,
royally for using his copy. We Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Rasmussen and
Jso met, an ogre from Madison Mrs. Yadon in charge. Bill Tharpe
v.'ho charges for news items. I will be in charge of the park; Mrs.
don't see how he got in the As- Clyde Fite will have charge of the
sociation, but I did see that he parade. Herman Dean will conduct
was "tolerated" and for the a band concert with the Port St.
most part, ignored. Joe Band. Leonard Belin will have
It was an enjoyable affair. We charge of the booths assisted by
had free passes to the football Coleman Tharpe. Lights will be
that evening between FSU and under the supervision of Charles
VPI and left when FSU made Wall, J. Cox and Cliff Harper. Ad-
their first touchdown and had vertising and poster work will be
only 6 minutes left in the game. Under the supervision of C. A. Fite,
We heard on the radio going Mrs. 0. M. Morton, Jr., and J. D.
home, that FSU had made two Clark.
.np.s lt i thhe a m.i,'i ,* A6,- m n- i The Cake Walk. Bingo and House


utes left in the game.
And there you are.

Occupy New Offices

Union Finance Company has
moved its offices to the corner of
Monument Avenue and Fourth 'St.,


Award Pennant Fastened To St. Joe Paper Company Flag Pole
"51 : ,..".. ...,


Matching Funds Come To $25,000

State Board Attacks Dismissal


BOND BUYING PENNANT is attached to
Peterson, awarding officer, and Bert Mi
ing lot recently. Standing by is Represe


Election Called For

New Trustees for

County Schools

Prospective candidates for the
November 8, biennial school trus-
tee election must submit their qual-


ffications by noon of October 22.
Each candidate must file a peti-
tion in the office of School Super-
intendent, Thomas A. Owens con-
taining the names of five qualified
freeholders in order for his name
to be placed on the ballot. Only
freeholders may vote in the elec-
tion. A freeholder is defined as a
person who pays taxes on real or
personal property.
Present trustees are R. D. Lis-
ter, Chairman; Mrs. Alma Jones,
of Port St. Joe. Floyd Hunt has
moved out of the county. The terms
of all three incumbents expire at


the flag pole of the St. Joe Paper' Company by Capt.


The action of t;.e County Board
of *Commissioners iback-fired in the
Board's face this week when the
!State Board of Health issued a di-
rective to the Board of Commis-
sioners to withhold funds from the
state until an investigation was
made-by that board into the dis-
missal of F. E. Trammeli as head
of the Pest Control program in Gulf
county.


unn. A'i nI ceremonies held at the Paper Company park- Trammell was fired by the Board
native Cecil G. Costin, Jr. (Air Force Photo) by a 3-2 vote on September 27 dur-
ing a hearing on the dismissal of
one of the workmen in the Pest
s IoConltrol organization. The work-
R men complained of disunity between
i themselves and Trammell. A mo-
tion was made by Commissioner J.
C. Price to dismiss Trammell. Price,
S T D. Whitfield and Parker Hart
%Sa I approving the dismissal" and Com-
missioners Cooper and E. C. Har-
S. .n den voting "'Nay". No official rea-


son was given for the dismissal.
In a letter to the Gulf County
Commissioners that arrived the first
.part of this week, the State Board
of Health deplored the firing of
Trammell. The State Board upheld
Trarnruelt's knowledge of the pro-
ject and stated that all matching
funds would' be withheld from Gulf
County until an investigation by
them could be made into the mat-


ter.
Gulf County is expecting to re-
ceive some $25,000 in matching
funds for the coming year.
The letter is reprinted below: *
Florida State Board of Health
Jacksonville 1
October 5, 1956 !
Mr. George W. Cooper, .Chmn. I
Board of County Commissioners
Gulf County Court House
Wewahitchka, Florida
Dear Mr. Cooper:
We were greatly surprised
and shocked to learn of the ac-1
tion of the Board of County'
'Commissioners in terminating
Mr. Trammell's services as di-
rector of the Arthropod Control
'Program in Gulf County.
It has been my observation
and the observation of other in-
dividuals in this department that
Mr. Trammell was one of the
most outstanding directors in
the State of Florida. We always
found him to be an individual
of high principles, sincere and
honest and dedicated to perform-
ing as efficient a job as he
knew how.
It would seem to me that
since the State is contributing
the greatest sum of money in
the county that we should have
been advised regarding the ac-
tion that the Board was going to
take, since the law specifically
states that "the State Board of
'Health and the county shall


jointly supervise said work and
the State Board of Health shall
advisee the county regarding the
best and most effective mea-
sures to be used in bringing
about the permanent elimination
of breeding conditions caused by
arthropods." The law also gives
the State Board of Health the
power at its discretion to with-
draw any State aid provided un-
.der he law in the event it finds
the program authorized is not
being efficiently and effectively
administered.
It is our feeling that the pro-
gram cannot be efficiently' and
effectively administered under
the present administrative set
up. The person selected by the
Commissioners to replace Mr.
Trammell as director of the pro-
gram may be qualified in all re-
spects for the position; however,
it appears that the greater por-
tion of his interest and time will
be devoted to other endeavors in
one or more counties.
From information made avail-
able to think office by our dis-
_trict suparvi.-or. the Gulf County
"'cire,-,g6 newspaper, ,and other
sources, it appears that the pro-
gram was not being effectively
administered under Mr.. Tram-
mell's supervision due to laxities
administered under Mr. Tram-
mell's supervision due to laxi-
ties of subordinate personnel
in carrying out assigned duties.
When Mr. Trammell became
aware of these laxities and took
proper steps to correct the sit-
uation, the Board failed to sup-
port him 'and in turn discharged
him as director.
. It is our feeling that with the
training and experience Mr.
Trammell has had that he was
in a position to capably super-
vise this program, certainly to
the satisfaction of the State
Board of Health. It is our opin-
ion that it would have been in
the best interests of the pro-.
gram, both financially and other-
wise, for the program to have
continued under the supervision
of Mr. Trammell on a part-time
basis since he is familiar with
the program and is in the county
at all times, supervising the
work in addition to his other
health activities.
We regret to advise that the
,State Board of Health will be
unable to release any additional
'State aid funds to Gulf County
until such time as the State
Board of Health is in joint agree-
ment, as specified by law, with
the satisfactory administration
and execution of the program.
Most sincerely,
J. A. MULiRFNNAN


STAC House Committee, Legion and

Auxiliary Discuss New Improvements


Committee members of the STAC
House and the American Legion
Auxiliary met Thursday night with
a committee of the American Le-
gion Post to discuss ways and
means for the betterment of the
STAC House, Port St. Joe's youth
center. In charge of the meeting
was W. P. Comforter, Commander
of the Legion Post.
The STAC House committee ex-
pressed the gratitude and apprecia-
tion of the committee to the aux-
iliary and the Legion for their
generosity in providing the Ameri-
can Legion Building as a youth
center.
, Mr. Comforter stated that a lay-


atory had been installed in the girls
rest room and that a linen towel
rack and water cooler would be
installed as soon as possible.
He also announced that a 21-
inch television set had been pur-
chased by the Legion and was avail-
able for use by the members of
the STAC House. Mrs. Glen Henley-
was asked to serve as a member
of the STAC House committee.
She will represent the American
Legion Auxiliary.
The youth center, in its second
year of operation has a memnber-
ship of approximately 150 student
members, with an increase of over
n, ; .. i oi,.. 0n tlPage li 6


The St. Joe Sharks lost their
second game of the season last
Friday night by a score of 33-0 to
a strong and overpowering Mari-
anna team. The Sharks played the
Bulldogs off their feet during the
first half, but were unable to hold
out as Marianna scored four of
their five touchdowns in the last
half.


the end of this year.
There are five trustee districts, *
which coincide with those of the TB As c ti
School Board, and candidates must i i
qualify from the district in which Officers
they live. Trustees are elected on' Names Officers
a countywide basis; however, no __
two candidates may be elected from The Gulf County TB and Health.
the same district. iAssociation held a meeting in he
The three candidates receiving sunroom of the Motel St. Joe Oc-
the highest number of votes, pro- tober 5, 1956 with the. following
viding they come from separate members present: Mrs. Estelle
districts, are installed as trustees. Mosely, Mrs. Basil E. Kenney, Sr.,
The three trustees serve the five Mrs. Ruby Gil'bert, Mrs. Emmie
county districts. Bateman, Mrs. Dorothy Craig, Miss
In addition to trustees, freehol-! Minerva McLean, Mrs. Elsie Grit-
ders also will vote on the proposed fin, Mrs. R. V, Crate, H. H. Saun-
10-mill tax levy to be used for the ders, L. S. Bissett, Jr., J. V. Dowd
support and maintenance of schools. and B. B. Scisson. The meeting was
---- held in conjunction with a visit of
Father of J. D. Clark Is 'Miss Frances Neel, Director of
Sth Field Service, Florida Tuberculo-
TakenBy Death Tues. sis and Health Association. Plans
QUINCY, Oct. 1.1---Judson David for the Seal Sale program were
QU, NCY, Oct. 1 d Da ,,, _,begun, and members were urged to
'Clark, 86, of the Mt. Pleasant com- begun, and members were urged to
unity, died this morning at Gads,-attend the Seal Sale Institute in
uty, died this morning at Gads anama ity, October 6, 1955.
den County Memorial Hospital.I Panama City, Octo members for6, 1955-56
erv wereheldmed H 1sdyI-Committee members for 1955-56
+Services were held Wednesday
at 3 p.m. at Providence Baptist were announced as follows: Pro-
Church. gram, George Y. Core, Mrs. Basil
Church. I P., c T-Tp;.Hlrfh EtMi,. n4


A native of Gadsden County, Mr.
Clark was a retired farmer and
a member of the Gretna Baptist
Church. He was a former member
of the county school board.
He is survived by six daughters,
Mrs. Virgie Bateman and Miss Nel-
lie Clark, Mt. Pleasant, Mrs. R. J.
Davis and Mrs. E. .S. R'arick, Quin-
cy, Mrs. J. W. Bishop, Hernando,
and Mrs. C. A. Layman, Fort Lau-
derdale, an'd a son, J. D. Clark,
Port St. Joe.


'or Horrors anna fortune Telling ____ _
will begin at 6:00 p.m.
Added attraction for this year's PTA Progrom Planned
carnival is the scenic boat ride Mrs. Mary Ann Aide and Mn
that is being planned. a Mr
that is being planned. Alice Yeager will present their
The public is cordially invited. .. .--


Returns From Texas


The company Is located jn the Wim- Mrs. W. B. Ferrell returned Sun-
berly Building across from the day from Dallas, Texas, after two
bus'.station. I weeks visit with her daughters,
The local office is one of 17 in Mrs. L. F. McNair and Mrs. R. F.
important cities In Florida and Stanisberry.
Georgia providing a complete per- *----
sonalized consumer finance service.' TR AF '.. T HO~('T I


students in an interesting program
,before the Parent-Teacher Asisocla-
tion at their regular meeting to be
held Thursday night, October 20 at
8:00 p.m. in the Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School auditorium, in an
announcement made by Leo Shea-
ly, program chairman.
Everyone is cordially Invited to
attend.


E. Kenney, 6r.; eat PicLuca on,
Hubert Richards, Mrs. Tom Colde-
wey, Mrs. Emmie Bateman; Pa-


tient Service, Gannon Buzzett, Mrs.I standstill during the second half.
R. D. Prows, Mrs. Janie Whitfield, Outstanding players for Marianna
Mrs. Robert Tapper; Case Finding, were Bill MdRae and Bobby Conrad.
Mrs. H. W. Griffin, Mrs. Rush take on the Grac
Schism, Mrs. J. R. Smith; Blood take on the Grac
hism, Mrs. J. R. Smith; Bloodville Tigers on their home field
Bank, B. B. Scisson, Harland Prid- Friday night and will be looking
geon; Publicity, Mrs. Lawrence S. for their first conference victory
Bissett, Jr., Wesley R. Ramsey and against two defeats.
Ed Bandjough.

ATTEND BANQUET HONORING Hallowe'en Party Planned
FLORIDA REBECCA PRESIDENT
Miss Margaret Key, STAC House
Those attending the banquet hon- director has announced that a Hal-
oring Mrs. Thelma Rolls, president lowe'en party will be held Saturday
of the Rebecca Assembly of Flor-'night, October 29 for members, be-
ida in Panama City Tuesday night ginning at 7:30 p.m. Members must
from Port St. Joe were Mr. and be masked and dressed for the oc-
Mrs. W. C. Forehand, Mr. and Mrs. casion. Costumes will be judged
W. H. Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. and prizes awarded to the boy and
ong, Mrs. A. D. Lawson, Mrs. C. E. girl for the most outstanding cos-
Boyer, Mrs. Emmett Daniell, Mrs. tume.
Buck Griffin, Mrs. Viola Walters, Hostesses will be Mrs. Bert Munn,
Mrs. Florazelle Connell, Mrs. Lu- Mrs. Frank Smith, Mrs. W. E.
cille Williams, and Mrs. Andy Ow- Thursbay, Mrs. Paul Fensom and


Mrs. B. W. Wilder.


The Sharks started the fine runn-
ing combination of Wayne Taylor,
Bert Munn, Travis Jones and Wal-
ter Wilder and drove to tle Mari-
anna 17-yard line before they were
stopped. The rugged Shark defense
completely stunned the Marianna
backfield and they were unable to
get rolling until late in the second
quarter, halfback Bill McRae scored
their first touchdown from St. Joe's
13-yard line. Their attempted kick
was blocked and the half ended
Marianna 6, St. Joe 0. An injury
to the Sharks quarterback, Walter
Wilder forced him out of the game
in the second quarter and second
stringer, Edward 'Smith did a good
job of running the team the re-
mainder of the game.
Marianna came back strong in
the second half and quickly scored
three more touchdowns during the
third quarter. They added the re-
maining points on a safety and
another touchdown during the final
quarter.
The Sharks looked like a winning
crew during the first half as Jimmy
Marlow, Billy Johnson, Gene Raf-
field and Charles Smith stopped
them effectively through the cen-
ter of the line. Wayne Taylor .did
a fine job of backing up the line.
Most of the Bulldog's gains came
on end runs, where safety man
Wilder saw plenty of defensive ac-
tion and stopped them cold time
after time.
The Sharks offensive leaders dur-
ing the first half were Taylor, Munn
and Wilder, but the ground gaining
machine was held to an almost


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Social Activities

Personals Clubs Churches
Mrs. OCYLE MUNN, Editor Dial 7-5461

Mrs. Talley Hostess St. James Discussion
To WSCS Circle 1 Group Meets Tuesday

Mrs. Fennon Talley was hostess The Discussion Group conducted
to circle one of the Woman's So- each Tuesday night at the home of
city of Christian Service, Monday Rev. and Mrs. Tom Miller was lead
afternoon in her home on Hunter by Bert Munn, Tuesday night, Oct.


Circle. 11.
Prior to the meeting, the hostess The topic for discussion was thE
served refreshments to two visi- Christian faith seems to become
tors, Mrs. Ed Ramsey, president of less and less a matter of deep con
the WSOS and Mrs. Fred Davis, cern to men and women. Is this at
Secretary of Christian Education, all due to a lack of understamdini
and the following members.: Mrs. of what is meant by a worship o:
G. S. Croxton, Mrs. Murdock, Mrs. God?
Roy Gibson, Sr., Mrs. J. E. Ricket- Mrs. Will Ramsey was the re
son, Mrs. J. Lamar Miller, Mrs. corder.
John Blount, Mrs. Buck Griffin, Those taking part in the discus
Mrs. J. L. Temple, Mrs. J. C. La- sion were Mr. and Mrs. Carsl
ney, Mrs. Morgan Jones, Mrs. H. Green, Mrs. Earl Rollins, Mrs. Ton
T. Brinson, Mrs. J. L. Sharit, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Bert Munn, Mrs. Bil:
Carson Green, Mrs. Josh Miller and Mazarol, Mrs. W. Garrett, Mrs
Mrs. Chris Martin. Walter Starnes, Charlie Marlow,
The business meeting was con- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Elzey, Mrs. Rutlh
ducted by the chairman, Mrs. Roy Crate and Rev. Tom Miller.
Gibson, Sr., with Mrs. Morgan The hostess served coffee and
Jones in charge of the program, cookies.
Mrs. Jones read as the devotional, The meetings are open to every-
1 Cor. 3:6-9 and 2 Cor. 6:1 followed one.
with a meditation on "I Believe". Next Tuesday, Walter Starnes
Mrs. Josh Miller gave a prayer. will be the leader and topic for
An interesting program in the discussion will be "During the try-
form of school lessons. The history ing times of war there are many
of Woman's Society of Christian 'Fox hole' religious folks. God is
Service was given by Mrs. Temple. on our side is heard on all sides.
Arithmetic: Figures on giving and With shrapnel flying, it is easy to
membership was given by Mrs. pray-long and hard. But now
Talley. Geography: Map study on things are supposed to be peaceful
projects was given by Mrs. Jones. and yet there is great rattling and
Reading: Students away from home banging of religion. Is it fact or
was given by Mrs. Buck Griffin. fiction?"
After a short business session, the
meeting was dismissed with the BAND iBOOSTERS WILL
Woman's Society of Christian Ser- MEET TONITE AT H. S.
' vice benediction. The next meeting The Band Boosters organization
will be in the home of Mrs. Roy will "meet tonight alt the High
G:b.son, Sr., on October 24. All School band room at 8:00 p.m. All
Sd t parents of band members are urged
members were urged to be present, to attend.
Officers for the coming year will
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DEAN MARTIN --- JERRY LEWIS

"YOU'RE NEVER TOO YOUNG"
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Mrs. Elder Hostess To
Presbyterian Women


Mr Mrs. Bissett Attends CHAPTER OF MISSION BOO
TB Meet In Panama ftv The foreign miaslon book, "A


Circle Ofie ot the Woman's AiuCx-: -1--- -
iliary of th6 t'lst Presbyterian Miss Frances Neel and Mrs. Mar-
Church met Monday afternoon In tha Ross of the Florida Tuberculo-
the home of Mrs. M. H. Elder with sis and Health Association held a
ten members present. .- Regional Institute at the Health
MrsidedR. 1). Prows, chairman, e with a Mr. and Ms. N. L. Griner of Department Auditorium in Panama
prayer b Mrs Mitchell Port St Jo announce the birth of City Thursday, October 6, 1955.
__My s Mitcho oell.ri Mrs. J. F. Chapman in her welcom-
Mrs. Charles, aawy presented a daughter, Victoria Ann Griner on Mr J Fn in her welco-
the program on "Freedom of October 3 in the Municipal Hos- ing address stressed the "Oneness"
Choice", as taken from the 8th pital. Mrs. Griner .is the former of this organization-Neighbor and
chaer o R an r a JeanetteJordan. iNeighbor working together for bet-
chapter of Romans. Mrs. Garraway anett ter health and a better community.
stated in her talk that "God gives t e Fanc e
you freedom to be your own self mMr. and Mrs. Ernest Amos Sum- Miss Frances Neel reminded
always. Your choice i.s your respon- mer of Weahitchka announce the those present that everyone is ef-
sibility". The meeting closed with birth of a son, Archie Wade on Oc- fected by Tuberculosis and that all
a prayer given by Mrs. C. W. Long. tober 7 in the Municial Hospital. must work together to prevent it.
The hostess served refreshments Mrs. Summer is the former Era The goal for 1955 is to have 100%
to the following: Mrs. Tommy Mit- EallietteStootmire of Wewahitchka. of the population participating in
chell, Mrs. C. W. Long, Mrs. R. D. the Seal Sale Campaign. Each per-
Prows, Mrs. Ella jStebel, Mrs. C. R. Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Wood of -son should feel that it is his, or
Garraway, Mrs. Sid Brown, Mrs. Port St. Joe announce the birth of her, responsibility to help in the
William Yeadon, Mrs. Basil Ken- a son, Richard Earl on October 9 fight against this dreaded .disease.
ney, Sr., and Mrs. Lawrence Bis- in the Municipal Hospital. Mrs. This can be done by the purchase
sett. Wood is the former Ola Pickeron. of Christmas TB Seals. I. 1920


St. Mary's Guild Meets
At The Parish House
jSt. Mary's Guild of St. James'
Episcopal Church met Thursday
night at the Parish House with Miss
Hazel Burnette, chairman, presid-
Ing.
Mrs. Tom Miller presented the
topic for discussion, "The Sermon
cn the Mount", as applied to Chris-
tian Life.
Those present were Mrs. A. P.
Wakefield, Mrs. Earl Rollins. Mrs.
Victor Anderson, Miss Jean Hayes,
Mrs. Will Ramsey, Mrs. Roy Gar-
rett, Mrs. John Aide, Mrs. Ruth
Crate, Mrs. Charles Stevens and
Mrs. Tom Miller. Mrs. Aide was
hostess.
The next meeting will be in the
home of Mrs. Victor Anderson with
Miss Burnette leading the discus-
sion on the 8th chapter of St. Mat-
thew.
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Mr. and Mrs. James Dueal McCar- In 1954 the total was 564,000.00.
die of Port St. Joe announce the I The goal for 1955 has been set at
birth of a daughter, Judy Carol 600,000.00.
McCardle on October 10 in the Mu- Mrs. Lawrence Bissett represent-
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Guests of B. F. Hunt's
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tcber 22 as the date for a bake Mrs. Harold Moore and children
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Joe. The place of the sale has ot Hunt of Pensacola were visitors of
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damages further than amount received for such advertisement
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word
is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely assert
the printed word thoroughly cnovinces. The spoken word
is lost- the pnuntd word remains.


NEW MODEL ON TWO WHEELS
Those who are wearing hats and we un-
derstand more men are, what with the weather
getting cooler and the style authorities recom-
mending same may take them off to the
American bicycle industry.
After being all but done in by the foreign
manufacturers whom our government felt we
must rescue at the expense of our own, .the local
industry has rallied to a token boost in a token
tariff and is making the utmost of this none-
too-generous chance of survival.
For the benefit of those who have heard
the critics lambaste our bike makers as "stodgy",
"backfard", "inefficient", "unable to face up to
competition" and worse we should like to
present some grade-school arithmetic:
Our manufacutrers pay $1.98 (and up)
per hour for labor compared to the 15 to 45 cents
per hour that foreign bike workers get. The
original tariff protection under the reciprocal
trade act, amounting to 7Y to 15 percent, was
boosted this past summer by 50 percent. In
money, this means the duty on the average
'lightweight" bicycle now is 78 cents higher
and the dury on standard models has been
raised about $1.50.
And in case you may think this increased
protection is still adequate which it is you,
may be happy to hear of the new American
challenge to the bike makers of England, Bel-
gium, France, Italy, Japan and, for all we know,
the Windward Islands. It is a new type of
bike a strictly U.S. creation designed from
the ground up for American youngsters to
take the beating they hand out and to protect
them, too.
It combines the best advantages of the light-
weight and standard models. The frame of the
new bike is as light as is consistent with the
abuse Junior will give it. The tires are of brand
new design from the laboratories of our biggest


rubber companies with .patented treads that
give longer wear and more speed. They are
1 3-4" in diameter, compared with 1 1-4" on the
"lightweights". The tires roll easily and smooth-
er than those on lightweights. The new bike
has none of those fussy handbrakes, but a mar-
velous new multi-speed hub that includes an
efficient coaster brake for safer, better stopping.
As the racing drivers say: "You steer with your
hands and stop with your feet."
And Pop will be interested in knowing that
maintenance costs are much lower than on the
foreign jobs also thai when you do need spare
parts they are available practically everywhere
- right now.
Our spies at. the North Pole report that
Santa Claus who receives more requests for
bikes than any other single item has been
test-riding this ne wsafety-speeder, and there
is no doubt it will be at the top of his delivery
list.

DOLLARS AND SENSE
In a recent debate on "Public Power vs.
Private Power" on the Facts Forum radio pro-
gram, Congressman Bruce Alger (Rep) of Texas
said: "The development of power is not the
function of Federal government Govern-
ment is to protect our rights and freedoms .
Free enterprise can not survive governmental
competition one must go, either public
power or free enterprise Let's root out these
seeds of economic destruction now threatening
our great country and get government out of
business."
It is estimated that sale of all these 2,500-odd
businesses would net the Treasury 80 billions,
cut expenses 5 billions a year, return 2 billions in
taxes.

NOT FUNNY
In view of the attempts on the lives of the
Chief Executive and on various members of
the Congress that are still very sharply etched
in the memory of the nation, $1,000 seems a ra-
ther modest bail on which to hold a man who
wandered into the White House the other day
with a pistol in his brief case.
The man said he came from New York to
get a patent, that he carried the pistol for pro-
tection when travelling and forgot it was in his
brief case, and that he followed a group of
people into the Executive Mansion thinking it
was a library.
Judge John J. Mallory turned the case over
to his probation department for study before
sentencing the prisoner. "This gentleman is
either very naive or stupid. I can't believe he
is stupid," said the judge.
In any case he should be removed from
circulation whether for his own protection
of that of others.


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LETTERS TO. -*;-

THE EDITOR .


Port St. Joe Star
Port St. Joe, Florida
Gentlemen:
I have received, through the
Clipping Service, a copy of your-
article dated 'September 1 in regard
to the secondary road building
program in Gulf County. 'Since this
article appeared, the Board of
County Commissioners have been
furnished information in regard to
the shell which was used in Gulf
County in 1954. (edition of The
Star, Sept. 29-Ed.) I am sure you
realize this occurred at a time when
I was not o nthe Road Board. The
only thing I personally know about
this transaction is what, appears
in the official records of the Road
Department. It was clear, after
looking into these records, that
more shell had been charged to the
Gulf County secondary road buidl-
ing program than could have possi-
ibly been used on the amount of
road that was built in 1954. For
that reason, the adjustment was
made to the 'County Commission.
In so far as I know, they are all
completely satisfied. If you desire
further information on this trans-.
action or on anything concerning
roads in your area or in the State
of Florida, we will be very happy
indeed to furnish it to you.
We are proud of the very fine
road building program that is going
on in Gulf County at this time. I
believe that you realize the new
primary road will mean much to
your section of the .state. We have
finally gotten the priority worked
out now on the streets in Wewa-
hitchka and Port St. Joe and plans
are now being prepared for their
construction.
With best wishes, I am
Very truly yours,
RICHARD H. SIMPISON
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KEVIN McCARTHY, DIANA LYNN, JOHN DEREK in a scene from
"AN ANNAPOLIS STORY," an Allied Artists Picture. Technicolor.


Florida Baptist Convention is conducted for all church mem-
Set For November 8-12 rs regarld;ss of age, and is an
out-growth of the Baptist Young
Sr t. IPeople's Union. More than a hun-
The Florida Baptist Convention
o dred thousand mmebers have been


Forest Fires Reduced In
Gulf For Fiscal Year

The Gulf County Tire Records
show that the county had during
the first-quarter of 1955-1956 fiscal
year 23 fires burning 151.3 acres of
forest lands, these fires were caused
by lightning, compared with the
first quarter of the 1954-56 fiscal
year record in which the county had
26 lightning fires burning 195 acres.
Of these acres burned, 60 were not
considered forest lands. Nine in-
cendiary fires burned 1,3.6 acres of
forest lands and 800 acres of non-
forest lands. One campers fire
burned 23 acres and one unknown
fire burned ,2 acre .The unknown
fire origin could not be determined
as to cause.
County Ranger Hardy says that
there are very few of the fires
marked down as unknown as after
each fire a very close investigation
of fires are checked to determine
how it started.


8 ,1t i .s a enrolled in Training Unions in Flor- NOTICE OF ELECTION
er 8-12 this year will hear record ida Baptist churches. This program SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT
reports of leadership training under the genera direction of NO. 1,GULFo COUNTY, FLORIDA
among its lay workers. Baptist is under e enral to o Pursuant to Section 230.39 of the
Churches in Florida reported for 0. K. Radford, Training Union sec- Florida School Laws, notice is here-
the year ending September 30 a to- rotary. by given that the next Regular- Bi-
the year ending awaeptember 30 a to A program of study for church ennial Election in Special Tax Dis-
tal of 112,027 awa rofsdkaETAO m le r 01 sea io 1cu trict No. 1 (county wide) is called
tal of 112,027 awards of this type, music leaders was setup in 1945. for Tuesday, the 8th day of Novem-
according to Dr. Jno. Maguire, Ex- This program has as its objective ber, A. D. 1955, for the said -district
according to Dr. Jno. Maguire the training got lay leadership as to determine the rate of millage to
active Secretary. These awards are church pianists, music directors, be assessed anl collected on the
given for week day classes conduct- and members of fully graded hoir property therein fof the next en-
and members of fully graded ehoirsu w ( ) ye a t e
ed in the local churches and asso- AUards for music courses for tis ng two (2) years, and to elect
citations of Baptist churches. A- Awards for musicc court e for this three (3) trustees for the district
citations of Baptist churches. Ap- year totalled 2,728, according to W. for the next ensuing two (2) years
proximately seven and a half hours G. Stroup, secretary of the Depart- (no two trustees shall .be elected
of class work are required in addi- meant of Church Music. from any one School Board Mem-
tion to home study. Church Music. ber residence District). All quali-
The Woman's Missionary Union, fled electors residents within said
A total of 51,165 of these awards specializing in stewardship and district (county wide) who pay
were issued by the Sunday School mission study, reported over 19,000 taxes on real and personal property
department under the direction of ',ooks studied. These awards were and are otherwise qualified accord-
C. F. Barry, secretary. The train- issued to the women of the churches ing to law, are entitled to vote at
SProgra of ",isbdtoihe women of the curpsaid election. It is determined that
ing program offered by this depart- as well as to the auxiliary organi- ten (10) mills will be necessary to
meant has a sits objective the train- !zations for boys and girls. Miss maintain a uniform system of Plor-
ing of all volunteer teachers and ijosephine Jones, executive secre- ida schools within said district.
class and department officers. A io Jone ecui Precincts 1, 2, 3. and 4 will vote`
class and department officers. A tary of the Woman's Missionary at the City Hall in Wewahitohka,
general Bible study week is includ- Union, directs Florida Baptist in the poll holders to be, Mrs. Leona
ed in this program, and is conduct- this field. O'Neal, clerk, Mrs. Annie Cook,
ed the first week in January each t Mrs. Marvin Pitts and Mrs. Hettie
year. Britt, Inspectors.
SPrecincts 5, 6, 7, 8, and P, will
The Baptist Training Union, with A single ;on u, tiSi-caruon, cold- vote in the City Hall In Port St.
the objective "Training in Church rolled strip steel will producM a*l Joe, with the following poll holders,
V= Is ta' raxor -lad--- Mrs. Hazel FerreUll, Clerk, Mrs.
Membership" issued 39,134 awards Nova roxton, Mrs. Zola Maddox,
on such subjects as stewardship, Nervousness and sleeplessness and Mrs. T. O. Richards, Inspectors.
doctrines, methods, Bible study, and an be caused by your spine-Try Thomas A. Owens Fennon Talley
leadership courses. This program Chiropractic. (adv) T Superintendent Chairman


Food tastes better-cooked ELECTRICALLY!.
The fast, clean heat of a modern electric range'
makes every meal a taste-tingling treat.

And it's easy to cook electrically! An electric
range, with its built-in "brain," times and cooks
your meals to perfection while you do other
household tasks or just
sit and relax.

seEe o o a0 oNow's the time to switch
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New! 8-ft.' -ton Model F-100
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The:l're here! New Ferd Trucks for '56 with more
power for your money-as proved by comparisons-
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truck lines. Now, a Six and strin Y-8 engines, all
d./ r,:.r Shor Stroke! Only new Ford Trucks give
you modern Short Stroke power in c',ery model from
Pick:ups to BIG JOBs, and at no extra cost! New
Dr .-ri:,.1 Cabs. new exclusive safety features! See
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NEW! D,-p-center Lifeguard steering wheel helps pro-
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NEWI Lifeguard door latches help keep doors from
jarring open on vehicle impact.
NEWI 12-volt electrical system for better starting, better
performance. greater electrical reserve.
NEW! "Special" engines with hood air scoop, 4-barrel
carburetor and dual exhaust system for extra power!
NEW! Tubele3c tires run 25' cooler, give extra mileage,
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MINUTES OF THE
CITY COMMISSION

Minutes of the Regular Meet-
ing of the City Commission of
the City of Port St. Joe, Florida
held in the Municipal Building
on the 4th day of October, A.
D., 1955 at 8:00 p.m.
The Regular Meeting of the City
Commission was held at this time
with Commissioners Ramsey, Smith,
Tharpe, Wimberly, Mayor Belin,
and Mayor-Elect J. L. Sharit pres-
ent. Attorney iCostin and Clerk
Henderson were also present. Sev-
eral of the citizens of the City of
Port St. Joe were also present.
,Minutes of the previous meetings
of September 6, 14, and 21, 1955
were read and approved.
Mayor Belin stated to the Coun-
cil that the deed to be issued to Mr.
A. L. Smith, conveying a portion
of City property known and referred
to as Lot 6, Block 38, City of Port
St. Joe, Florida, had not bene pre-
pared. Mayor Belin directed the
City Attorney, Mr. C. G. Costin, Jr.
to proceed with preparation of this
deed.
Mayor Belin recommended to the
City Council to return an easement
to Mr. Curtis Griffin which had
been previously prepared with ref-
erence to Mr. Griffin's property
known and referred to at Lot 3 and
the North one-half of Lot 4, Block
36. City of Port St. Joe, Florida.
Commissioner Smith moved that
the unrecorded easement document
between the City of Port St. Joe
and Mr. Curtis Griffin be returned
to Mr. Griffin due to the fact that
the City Council had no intentions
of taking up. this easement. This
was seconded by ,Commissioner
Ramsey and upon a vote there
were ayes five, nays none.
Mayor Belin stated that new con-
tract forms had been received from
Houston Texas Gas and Oil Com-
pany pertaining to natural gas fa-
cilities for this area. Mayor Belin
further stated that the contract
contents of the original forms
v ere no in agreement with the
natural gas survey for this area.
Mayor Belin also advised that this
did not require immediate atten-
tion of the City Council.
At this time Mayor Belin admin-
istered the oath of office to Com-
missioners-Elect Watson Smith and r
Clifford Tharpe as follows: i
State of Florida


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out of Gulf Mayor L, Sharit o0euled the Mrs. George Patton Hostess
City ofFPort St. Joe,.chair vacated by the outgoing Ma-
_.W, Watson :Smith and dliftord yor, J. C. Belln and asked the City To WSCS Circle Number 2
Thai'lre, do solemnly sweal' that we Clerk for a roll call of the City
Will support, protect anid defend Council. After a call of the roll, Circle No. 2 of the WS CS met at
the Coiistitution and Government Rev. Fred Davis led in prayer.
of the United States and of the Mayor Sharit addressed the citi- the home of Mrs. George Patton
State of Florida; that we are duly zens present, expressing thanks and on October 10. The meeting was
qualified to hold office under the appreciation for the support of the --- -.- -- -
Constitution of the State of Florida people of the City of Port St. Joe Operation and Maintenance Fund,
and the Charter of the City of Port in electing him for a two year term Hospital Operating Fund, Special
St. Joe, and tha we will well and to represent them as Mayor-Com- Sinking Fund for Refunding Bond*s
faihfully perform .the duties of the missioner of th eCity .of Port St. Issue of 1950, Water, Sewer and
City Commissioners of the City of Joe. Mayor Sharit further. stated Utilities Revenue Bond Fund. Wa-
Port -St. Joe on which we are about that all City departments had cer- ter and Sewer Construction Fund,
to enter. So Help me God. ain duties to ibe performed and that Scholarship Fund, Street Mainten-
/s/ WATSON SMITH full' cooperation of all departments ance and Improvement Fund, and
/s/ OLCFFORD THAR)PE and department heads was expected Parking Meter Revenue Fund.
iSworn to and subscribed before in assuring the full and efficient ISection 3. That a certified Copy
me this 4th da yof October A. D., operation of the municipal organi- of this Resolution be forwarded to
1956. za'tion. Mayor Sharit also stated ,the Florida Bank at Port St. Joe,
/s/ J. C. BELI2N that he was interested in the Mu- iPort St. Joe, Florida.
Mayor-Commissioner nicipal Hospital functions as a fur- Introduced and adopted this 4th
Mayor Belin administered the their service to the people of Port day of Octo'ber, A. D.. 1955.
oath of office to Mayor-Elect J. L. St. Joe, and that additional Hospi- /s/ J. L. SHARIT
Sharit, as follows: tal facilities were needed and ex- Mayor
State of Florida tensive efforts would be expended ATTEST:
County of Gulf in order to provide the additional 17's/ R. W. HENDERSON
City of Port St. Joe facilities needed at the Hospital to City Auditor and Clerk
I, J. L. Sharit, do solemnly swear insure better treatment of patients. 'Commissioner Tharpe moved that
that I will support, protect and Mayor Sharit commended the re- Resolution No. 242 ,be adopted. This
defend the Constitution and Gov- tired Mayor J. C. Belin for a job was seconded by Commissioner
ernment of the United States and well performed as Mayor-Commis- Ramsey and upon a vote there
of the State of Florida: that I am sioner of the City of Port St. Joe, were ayes five, nays none.
duly qualified to hold office under Florida for the past six years. Mayor Sharit directed the City
the Constitution of the State of Mayor Sharit recommended to Clerk to advise all City Department
Florida and the Charter of the City the City Council that a City Audi- heads by letter that their presence
of Port St. Joe, and that I will well tor an'd Clerk, Treasurer, Tax As- would be requested at all Regular
and faithfully perform the duties of sessor and Collector be appointed Meetings of the City Council.
MayorCommissioner of the City at this time. Thereupon Commis- There being no further business
of Port St. Joe on which I am about sioner Ramsey moved that R. W. Commissioner Smith moved to ad-
to enter. So Help me God. Henderson be retained as City Au- journ. This was seconded by Com-
/s/ J. L. SIHARIT ditor and Clerk, Treasurer, Tax missioner Thare and upon a vote
Mayor Belin stated that he was Assessor and Collector of the City to adjourn there were ayes five,
deeply grateful for the support and of Port St. Joe, to serve at the nays none.
cooperation from all city employees pleasure of the City Council. This __
and department heads during is was seconded by Commissioner
three terms serving as Mayor-Corn- Wimberly and upon a vote there
missioner of the City of Port St. were ayes five, nays none.
Joe. Mayor Belin also stated that Thereupon Clerk Henderson read
he would like to see the newly aloud Resolution No. 2*2 as fol-
seated City Council work together lows:
for further Park improvements RESOLUTION NO. 242
and beautification, further develop- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY W
ment and improvements to the new COMMMISiSION OF THE CITY OF
Holly Hill Cemetery grounds, the PORT ST. JOJE, FLORIDA.
availability of budgetary funds per- iSection 1. That on and after Oc- For Your Won
emitting; and that the new council tober 4. 19515, signatures for with- And Your Grac
continue to work with the Board of drawing funds from the City depos-
County Commissioners toward a itory, the Florida Bank at Port St. OF OUR NEV
fair share of secondary road con- Joe shall be J. L. Sharit, Mayor,
struction for the Port St. Joe sec- and- R. W. Henderson, Treasurer. on
tion. 'Section 2. his Resolution shall Corner Monumi
There being no further business apply to the currently authorized
to be considered by the old board, accounts of the City of Port St. YOU ARE COR
Commissioner Tharpe moved to Joe designated as, General Fund, TO
adjourn as an old board. This was Interest and Sinking Fund, Con-
seconded by Commissioner Ramsey struction Fund, *Fire Protection
and upon a vote there were ayes Service Fund, Water and Sewer
five, nays none. Revenue Fun'd, Water and Sewer *


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called to order with Mrs. A. M.
Jones, Sr,, giving the devotional
taken froin "The Upper Room".
Program chairman, Mrs. R. A.
Swatts, brought a very inspiring
program, a story of "The Lord's
Prayer". She was assisted by Mrs.
W. D. Jones. Th group repeated
The Lord's Prayer in unison.
During the business session, Mrs.
W. D. Jones hdd charge. Reports
were given by officers and chair-
men present. A letter was read
from Mrs. Herbert Brown, resign-
ing as birthday chairman. A card
of thanks was read" from the J. F.
Miller family.
The next meeting will be held
with Mrs. Nettie Anchors, on Oc-
tober 24.
During the social period the host-.
ess served delicious upside down
cake and tea.
The meeting was closed with the
WS0CS- benediction.
FATHER 0 LOCAL MAN
DIES AT MT. PLEASANT
Judson D. Clark, 86, father of J.
D. Clark of this city died Tuesday
at his home at Mount Pleasant. He
had been a lifelong resident of
Gadsden County.
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NEWS FROM
Highland View
By MAfrtHA RAY

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tatum spent
the week end in Marianna with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Ta-
tum.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lee and daugh-
ter, Sandy spent the week end in
Tampa visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Watson.
Mrs. Nell Salem of Jacksonville
is visiting her sister and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lee, for a few;
days.
Ac-3 and Mrs. Dan Hatfield, Jr.,
and daughter, Vickie Danette, of
Gunter Air Force Base, Alabamna
spent the week end visiting their
parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tee and
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hatfield, Sr., of
Port St. Joe.
Rev. Hazel Miles of Panama City
will begin a revival at the Assembly
of God Church Oct. 16. Rev. Fred
k McIntosh urges everyone to attend
the services on Sunday, Wed and
Friday nights.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Quattlebaum
spent the week end in Chipley vis-
iting friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne White and
son, Mike, spent the week end with
friends and relatives in Bonifay.
Glen Garrett of Ohipola College
of Marianna spent the week end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Garrett.
Mrs. Mildren Braswell and chil-
dren of Panama City Beach, have
been visiting her sister, .Mrs. Ed-
gar Strange.
'Linda and Dalbert Strange of
Crawfordville spent the week end
visiting their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. P. G. Strange and parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar -Strange.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peters are
visiting friends and relatives in
Wickburg, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Carr spent
the week end visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Darley.
Miss Nadine Crutchfield and cou-
sins, of Cypress, spent the week
end visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Forehand and Mrs. Katherine
Brown and daughter, Bobbie.
The Woman's Missionary Union
of the Highland View Baptist
Church met Monday afternoon at
the church for a missions study.
Mrs. Ruth Harbuck read the scrip-
ture with the opening prayer by
Mrs. L. F. Adams. The group re-
peated the new WMU watchford
and sang the new WMU song.
Stories of famous women of the
Bible was the afternoon study.,
Mrs. Ruth Harbuck gave an inspir-
ing talk on community missions.
The meeting was dismissed with
sentence prayers.
Patty Redd, Martha Ray, Mar-
jorie Rogers, Glenn Garrett, Lewis
Rogers and Rev. Douglas Newsome
attended the Methodist Youth Fund
and Missions Rally at Blue Lake
Assembly Grounds, Andalusia, Ala-
bama, on Saturday of last week.
Rev. Douglas Newsome visited
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G.
Newsome of Enterprise, Alabama,
on Saturday morning of last week.
Rev. Douglas Newsome attended
the Gulf Coast Methodist Youth
Fellowship Sub-district held at the
First Methodist Church, Panama
City, Tuesday night.
The backyard of the Dan Hat-
field home was the scene of a
lovely birthday party given in
honor of Miss Martha Raye. Host-
esses were Mrs. Essie V. Knight
and Mrs. Dan Hatfield. The group
sang songs and played gaines di-
rected by Rev. Douglas Newsome.
Attending the festive occasion were'
the honoree and hostesses, Mavis
Butts, Marjorie Rogers, Mrs. Kath-
erine Brown, Barbara Brown, Mrs.
H. A. Rogers, Allie Mae Gampbell,
Joyce Hayes, Carolyn Byrd, Glenn
Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Weeks,
Patty Redd, Larry Rich, Ralph
some.


Adults May Buy
School Text Books
Thomas A. Owens, superintendent
of public instruction, announced
that under a new state regulation
new unused textbooks may be pur-
chased by placing an order with
the principal of your local school.
The price of the books will be 15
percent above the price paid by the
State. County school systems are
not authorized to buy or sell used
books.
Under regulations of the county
board of public instruction, person-
nel of the county school system
are authorized, before sales of ele-
mentary readers are made, to offer
explanations of the directed read-
ing programs and to point out how
such programs may' be impaired
through non-supervised home study.
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Register for free prizes to
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irts Shorts 69c


With each SPORT COAT purchased at regular price



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Ladies 100% NYLON PANTIES ---------47c

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LADIES HOSE --------- 49c

Men's Wool and Flannel PANTS ---- 99c
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With the purchase of any pair of shoes $4.98 We give you
1 PAIR LADIES' NYLON HOSE ---- ----- FREE

FLANNEL DRESS PANTS -----$7.98 to $9.98

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FOODS
Deviled
CRABS
San Juan SWORDFISH
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GOLDEN RIPE
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THI $TAR, PORT 6 r. JOE, GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA


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TH SI&~ _ORT SV O UCUIY t.I~D ~AbY CdRI


-- Union until it joined the Confeder.- at ru V
acy, just as California for a time State Fr festers Meet Over The Week
TO LATIE functioned as the Bear State Repu'b
TG CLASSIFY lie. During this brief period we End In Panama City For Convention
BY RUSSELL KAY Florida."
Wentworth contends that the his- Florida's foresters from the tip looking films. The first depicted
tory of ev3ry individual commun- o fthe peninsula to Pensacola were the work of the tree geneticists in
T. T. VWentworth, President ity, be it ancient or recent, is Inter- in Panama City Friday and Satur- up-grading pine species by careful
Emeritus of -he Pensacola Histori- eating and important. He feels that day for a combined technical and selection of parent stock. Much of
cal Society, oaels that we are over- every c-.munity should have its social session of the state chap- the advanced work in this field
looking one of our most valuable own local historical society or ter, Society of American Foresters. takes place in Florida. The second
assets through our failure to pro-igrup charged with responsibility On hand as Chapter Chairman K. film, "Fire 'Stop", is the story of a'
mote this ate's enviable histori- of gathering and preserving histori- R. Swinford convened a lead-off California operational study in the
cal 'background. cal data that will become more and business meeting were forest man-5 behavior and control of forest fires.
Admitting our advantages in sun- more valuable as time goes on. agement specialists, teachers, ad- It proved to be highly interesting
shine, climate, lakes, rivers, springs Here and there individuals, like administrators, and research men rep- in its portrayal of such experi-
caverns and beaches, Wentworth himself, have undertaken the task resenting the state's forest indus- ments as the airlifting by helicop-
contends that our greatest attrac- of assembling and cataloguing such tries, and University of Florida ters of fire-fighting equipment, the
ion is found in our history data and they are doing a great school of forestry, and the United aerial' water-bombing of fires, and
While he praises our State Board service to their community and to States and Florida Forest Services. the use of fire-retarding chemicals
of Parks and Historical Monuments their state and should be given ev- Swinford himself is a professor at in battling brush and woods fires.
for the splendid work they have ery possible encouragement. Every-,the University; other officers are On Saturday morning, the forest-
done and are doing to bring to the where there are old documents, let- Don Post, also of the University, ers moved out to local timberlands
attention of home folks and visi- ters, manuscripts, newspapers and secretary-treasurer, and Robert to see demonstrations of improved
tors many spots of great historical other data that when assembled Byrd, Atlantic Land and Improve- techniques in pulpwood harvesting.
interest, he bemoans the actthat and pieced together reveal a his meant Company, LaBelle, vice-chair- A new light chain saw, and a heav-
we are doing far too little in this torical pattern of genuine interest. man. Swinford's call for committee ier wheel-type power saw featuring
dirA s ent of Florida history or Every school cuild encounters a reports brought accounts of, work a safety device to prevent hand and
A student of Florida history or smatterng of Florida history and n forestry promotion, forest seed arm injuries were used alternately
many years, Wentworth has gath- I tourist and v history is inter .certification, and forestry legislg' in thinning a slash pine stand
ered one of the finest collections of tourist and tion Then rojectsCommittee
data and historical objects that are ested in visiting our historical irm redt which proved in itself of marked
data and htoal objects that shrines and locations. If we under Chairman Fred Snell, International interest to the foresters because of
priceless ssrelics, to s an to caons effectively er- Paper Company, Panama City, pre- its rapid growth. Measurements re-
He has spearheaded the drive to took to promote themractions as ilver ented a comprehensive list of 14 eal that the stand has grown 43
adequately mark every historic Springs, Cypress Gardens, Rainbow suggested undertakings for the cords per acre in twenty years' and
spot and welcomes the assistanceSrs ...,e, a re-o mo chapter, ranging from general pro-Iis presently increasing in volume
of such orgauiations as the Florida programs in forest fire prevention to 'at the rate of five cords per acre
historical Society, the St. Augustine ed they would attract county specific activities to editeol-
Historical Society, Pensacola His- thousands who now pass them by. per year.
historical Society, Pensacola His- election of pine cones during the The visiting foresters also watch-
torical Society, Jacksonville His- short once-a-year period when they ovedt ,e of heav fire


torical Society, the Historical So-
ciety of South Florida and other
groups in this effort.
No state has a more colorful his-
tory than ours. Before the white
man came to these shores many
great Indian nations made history
here including the Timucua, Calusa,
Tekesta, Mayaimi, Jobe, Jeaga, To-
cobaga, Mococo, Pohoy, Ocita,
Acuera, Ocale, Potano, Yustaga,
Onatheaqua, Utina, Creeks, Panco-
colos, Muckohegan, Euchees, Apa-
lachee and the present day Semi-
noles.
'Most of us are aware of the fact
that Florida has been under five
flags---Spanish, British, French, the
United States and the Confederate
States of America, but few have
knowledge of the fact that a sixth
flag is involved in our history.
Florida was a nation within itself
from the time it seceded from the


Postmaster Asking For
Overseas Mailing Now

Postmaster Chauncey Costin ur-
ges that everyone mail Christmas
parcels for overseas delivery be-
tween October 15 and November
15 to assure delivery 'by Christmas.
'He stated that last yea rpatrons
were very cooperative in mailing
during this time and only late mail-
irgs reached their destination af-
,ter Chrstmas.
By mailing early the patron is
assured of prompt delivery with
less damage to parcels and the
Post Office is relieved of some of
.the heavy congestion whlch is al-
ways expected at Christmas time.

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STORRS-SCHAEFER

FOOTBALL CONTEST

Win a $26.50 Custom Tailored Slack
There's no catch to it ... si'Wply pick the teams you think
will win the big games shown in this schedule-then bring
your entry to our store before closing time Friday, October
14, 1955. The person selecting the most winners will
be awarded a fine quality $26.50 Slack, Custom Tailored to
his personal measurements by STORRS-SCHAEFER.
RULES: Mark an "X" in the block following the name of the team
you pick to win. If you think the game will end in a tie, place
your "X" in the tie column. For the two games at the bottom, in-
dicate the probable scores. In case of a tie, the contestant giving
the most nearly correct scores of the probable score games will
be the winner.
Official Entry Blank Number 2 ., must be brought '!
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NO. TEAM WIN TEAM WIN TIE
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2. Auburn Georgia Tech -
3. Cincinnati Marquette -
4. Florida L. S. U. -
5. Illinois Minnesota -
6. Maryland North Carolina -
7. Mississippi Tulane __
8. Missouri Iowa State
9. Nebraska Pittsburgh
10. Sou. California Wisconsin
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are suitable for gathering, suppression equipment in action.
A significant discussion of fores- *.- -
try education problems in the state CARD OF THANKS
followed committee reports, and We would like to express our
there was general consent that the deep appreciation to our many
chapter should continue and inten- friends for their visits, cards and
sify its efforts to interest high cali- flowers during our recent bereave-
ber high school seniors and gradu- meat. May God's richest blessings
aets in studying forestry and after- be upoa you.
wards entering the profession. The J. F., Miller Families
The foresters took a break then, -
enjoyed a social hour followed by To Canada on Vacation
'a barbecued chicken and trimmings Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hewitt left
feast on the grounds of the Interna- last week end on a vacation trip
tional Paper Company's employee to Canada and points of interest.
center, the Martin House. Then it They will be gone three weeks.
was back to forestry, with the show- --
ing of two excellent and forward- Advertising doesn't cost, it PAYS!


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Pack Lunches That
Please Your Young thin
"Oh boy tomato soup!"
Is that your Teddy talking
that cute little tyke who's getting
such a "kick" out of his lunchbox?
Tomato soup, garnished with sau-
sages. Cheese sandwiches. Carrot
sticks poked through olives. A
bunch of grapes. And marshmallow
cereal candy to satisfy his sweet
tooth! No wonder he's so happy!
Yessirree, Mom, you can put a
smile on your son's face even when
you're miles away! Fill up his
lunchbox -with body-buildi.g foods,
fixed so he'll find them appealing
Hot soups, tasty and nourishing
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Made with milk, they put dairy Intc
his day. And there are literally
dozens of condensed soups tc
choose from, Mixing and matching
opens up more exciting possibilities
Soup-mate suggestions .
cream of chicken and green pea0
chi,'ken gumbo and cream of asparagus
crea-m of mushroom and onion
beef and beef.noodle
vegetarian vegetable and bouillon
pepper pot and consomme
Let your imagination "run wild"
in the sandwich department. Choose
from a galaxy of breadstuffs ,.
whole wheat, white, rye, raisin,
pumpernickle, date-nut, honeybread,
fruit roll, frankfurter bun, and
poppyseed roll.
Fillings range from the salad
types egg, tuna fish, chicken,
and ham, to cooked meat roast
beef, minced ham, bologna, salami,
meat loaf, and others. In between
come "kid favorites", such as pea,
nut butter, cheese spread even
scrambled egg!
When lunch foods are assembled,
tuck in something to surprise your
young'un. Like a decorated napkin,
Cheerful greeting scribbled o o the
shell of a hard:cooked egg. Colorful
printed waxed paper wrapping for
his sandwich. Shiny new pencil. Or
a lollipop. And don't be surprised
if your Teddy turns out to be the
Ihapdiest kid in the class!


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COLLINS PROCLAIMS OIL PROGRESS WEEK: Governor LeRoy
Collins officially proclaimed October 9th through 15th as Oil Progress
Week in Florida at the ceremony above in Tallahassee. Oil Industry
representatives who witnessed the signing were, above (L to R), J. M.
Endres. Tallahassee (representing Explorations-Production). R. C.
Parker and A. E. Cosgrove, Tallahassee Area Chairman and State
Chairman respectively of the Oil Industry Information Committee.
The group also presented the Governor with a "Core Sample" base
desk pen set. The rock core came from 10,000 feet beneath the
Everglades.



You Are Cordially Invited To Attend


Long Avenue Baptist Chucrh

REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP -------- 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ---- 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.

Meeting In The High School Auditorium

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


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,FLOTONE COLOR STYULIN, DQZEN$S ,F NEW IDEASI Everywhere you look, there's fabrics in rich nylons and vinyls! New bumper-grille! Sleek new low silhouettes in
big new luxury, fresh beauty, new heft and brawn. Widest choice of colors! New a whole new fleet of hardtops-now available in every series to fit any budget.


F\ven sonmre rarc nnlI 6; mnnthcs rlrt r -C m r,,+ dr, A ,-,f d-, -, ..,:A.. "t"


y o seem out o a e com ared with
THE BIG.M. 1-low many of these features does your present car have?


impact. Child-guard locks for rear doors are
optional.
PADDED INSTRUMENT PANEL has plastic cushion-
ing filler for protection. This and safety-
padded sun visors are options.
DOUBLE-PUNCH STARTING. New 12-volt electrical
system turns starter 80% faster-even in
winter!
POWER STEERING saves you up to 80% of the
work of steering yet gives you full "road
feel." (Optional.)


PUSH-BUTTON LUBRICATION. Think of it! Press a
button and you're driving a freshly lubri-
cated car! You save service time-prolong
. your car's life. (Optional.)
4-WAY POWER SEAT offers you not just front.
back adjustment but up-down, too! Quickly
finds best-for-driver position. (Optional.)
BALL-JOINT FRONT SUSPENSION-Exclusive in
Mercury's field. Makes handling easier, con-
trol surer, cornering track-level and Merciry'q
new ride velvet-smooth.


225 HORSEPOWER-the highest horsepower ever
packed into a Mercury V-8. And only Mercury
has an exclusively V-8 history!
SAFETY STEERING WHEEL is impact-absorbing to
protect driver better. Hub is deeply recessed.
SAFITY-BEAM HEAD LAMPS knife through fog,
dust, rain, snow--give less glare to oncoming
motorists. You see up to 80 feet more of the
road ahead see it better,
-SAFETY DOOR LOCKS give added protection
against doors opening-even on moderate


VISIT OUR SHOWROOM. SEE HOW MUCH MORE CAR YOUR DOLLARS BUY NOW IN THE BIG M!


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W V -- FOR SALE: House in Apalachicola lyn Hanlon.
1ACL S IFIED ADS Philaco Shores on highway, $1500 fIl Following the prDogtm, refresh
CLASSIFIED AD equity. $6000 house. Owner, Mrs, CAMPUS INN nents were served-to- the twelve
-- ,Margaret Phillips, Valpariaso or I
FOR RENT see Ted Frary. 2t News of Port St. Joe High School members and one guett.
OR. REN' By MARTHA COSTIN Student Council lNews
POR' RENT: Furnished bedrooms FOR SALE: An electric refrigera- The Student Council has been
and apartments. David's Motel, tor, gas heater, apt. size range,
202 Mond apartment Ave., Phone 9-9161. 6-pc. living room suite, chest of Thought For The Week emphasizing school spirit as one
drawers, and a dreeser al lin good I asked God for strength that I of its major projects. A (bon fire
condition. Inquire at Mrs. C. L. might achieve I was made weak pep rally is being planned for to-
FOR RENT: Furnished cottages Coker, Third Ave., Highland View, m humble to obey nigr. Members of the school spirit
and apartments at Beacon Hill. Phone BAll 7-9024, after 4 p.m. that I might learn humbly to obey. night. Members of the school spirit
Reasonable monthly rates. Can be -- -- I asked God for help that I might committee of which Blair. Shuford
occupied year around. Call7-5074. C C.ostin's S. IAL SERVICES do greater things I was given in- is chairman worked with the Shark
E. Thompson, BAll 7-5074. Costn's29 firmary that I might do better Boosters in getting rides for stu-
Cottages. tp9-29- KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE. things. dents going to the Mariania game,
FOR 'RENT: Rooming house and FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li- I asked for riches that I might and in promoting the motorcade
cafe combined with store facili- censed electrical contractor. All be happy-I was given poverty that to the Apalachicola game. Shark
ties See T. H. Stone. tfcl0-6 kinds electric and refrigeration be happy- wa given poverty pennant and pin have alo been
F.ORRENT: Nice furnished apart- service and installation. Phone I might be wise.
SR RENT: Nice furnished apart- I asked for all things that I sold.
ment. Also separate bedroom. STOP AND SWAP-Headquarters might enjoy life-- wa givn life The Clean-up ommitee has been
Mts. A. M. Jones. tfcl0-6 tor your used furniture and a ig enjoy life-I was given life The Clean-up Committee has been
-- ... pliances. 213 Reid Avenue, Phone that I might enjoy all things. working with Mr. Ben Wliam
FOR RENT: -One bedroom efficien- 291. WE BUY AND SELL. tf I got nothing that I had asked chairman of the PTA Grounds
y cottage apartment. Suitable Keys M de While You Wait for, bt everything I had hoped for. Beautification Committee in clean-
$30.00 a month. Phone 7-7711. Lo- IYDespite myself, my prayers were Ing the school campus. A county
cated between 6th and 7th Sts. 35c EACH answered! I am among all men tractor was at the school last week
BICYCLE PARTS most richly blessed! to plow up grounds behind the
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. WESTERN AUTO Frances Causey Is Elected main buildings. Students have been
-2-rdS .. Pho... R-el Parts and Repairs FHA President working to remove sticks and
FOR SALE LAWN Miss Frances Causey became stumps.
OR SALE: Wizard 10-hp motor repred. ake Gavn. 7t StOWERS president of the Port St. Joe chap- 'The health theme for the month
12 ft. factory built boat. trailer. HighlandView. tfc10-13. ter of the Future Homemakers of is nutrition and hookworms. A film
All for $300.00. Can be financed. America after the resignation of on nutrition was shown on Wednes-
Western Auto Associate Store. Port LODGE NOTICES Louise Rushing. She was installed day and Thursday, and pamphlets
St. Joe, Fla. WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116, during their regular meeting last have been distributed to all the
FOR SALE: Nice 2-bedroom house THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- Monday night in the high school students. A hookworm survey will
FOR SALE: Nice2-bedroom house ing first and third Monday nights e ae h mnh
on three choice lots in Oak Grove. O00 pm., American Legion Home home economics department. De taken later in the month.
Only $4,500. Listed exclusively with An interesting program on "In- The 'Clean-Up Committee has
FRANK HANNON MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.- international Goodwill" was given by been checking rooms for eleanll-
Registered Real Estate Broker Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular
Registered Real Estate Broker P 111 Reuar Martha Ray, Mavis Butts and Caro- ness and orderliness. Mrs. Andrews
Phone 7-3491 211 Reid Ave. meetings 2nd and 4th Fri -- 12-A homeroom was winner for last
Port St. Joe, Fla. dayseeach month,8:00ttnd m. N THE COUNTY JUDGES week, and received the honor ban-
FOR SALE Small house and lot 'Islting brothers welcome. W. L. COURT GULF COUNTY, ner.
75X100. Beacon Hill. Reasonable. Jordan, W. M.; R. H. Trawick, In Re ID Estate of BATE.
For information call 7-5986. 3tp Iecretary. EARL L. HOBAUGH
FOR SALE: 2-bedroom masonry SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 0. deceased. NEWS FROM
home on Marvin Avenue. GI or 0. F.-Meets first anrdthird Thurs. NOTICEOF FILING PETITION
FHRA financing available. Phone iays, 7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hall. All FOR FINAL DISCHARGE O OAK GROVE
7-8321. Ite memberss urged to attend; visitinglEXECUTOR
733 hen n ite H.at n H Shlety Notice is hereby given that I have By HELEN NORRIS
FOR SALE: Crosley, good tires. Alden Ferris, Secretarl filed my Final Returns as Executrix
$25. T. G. Frary. Phone 7-7461. r., oAlen Ferrs, Secreary. lf the Estate of Earl L. Hobaagh, ---
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of deceased; that I have filed my pe- Honored With Shower
tition for distribution and for Final
SJoseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. Discharge, and that on November A bridal shower was held in
ELECTRIC IRONS M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- 14, 1955, I will apply to the Hon- honor of Miss Boncile Dykes Tues-
Ing companions welcome. Jimmy orable J. E. Pridgeon, County Judge day night at 7:30 in the home of
Greer, High Priest; H. R. Malge, of Gulf County, Florida, for approv-
secreer Hyg al of said returns and for an Order Mrs. Ernest Lightfoot on Madison
REPAIRED secretary of Distribution and for final dis-, Street. Hostesses for the occasion
LOYAL ORDER charge as Executrix of the will of were: Mrs. -Curt Gwaltney, Mrs.
PA UL'S OF MOOSE This t he 12th day of October, Allet Norris and Mrs. Earnest
PI A U L Meeting night ev 1956. Lightfoot. 'Several games were
ery other Monday ') ANNA D. HO*BAUGH played and prizes were awarded
RADIO and TV REPAIRS Meetings at Moose. ? Executrix to the following: Mrs. Fred Hill,
102 REID AVENUE Hall, 310 Fourth St 'First publication, October 13, 1955 Carol Young and Mrs. Dennis Nor-
SILAS R. STONE Carol Young an Mrs. ens Nor
advertisingg doesn't cost, it PAYS! Attorney for Executrix ris. Refreshments of potato salad,


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Miss Joanii ooper, Mrs. Joel Lov- dine Eill, Mrs. Jeff Dykes, Mrs.
ett, Mis..Henry Butts, Mrs. James E. B. Young, Mrs. Willie Dykes,
Lovett, Mrs. Kenneth Ellis, Mrs. Mrs. Cox, Mrs. Jessie Anderson,
Lloyd Riley, .Mrs. Knight, Mrs. Mrs. eanette 'Lee, Mrs. Norma
hurston Mears, M.iss Lavern Glass, Humphrey and Mrs. Lillian Ander-
Mrs. Nelson Gardner and the hon- son.


cokes and cookies were set'ed to
the following guests: Mrs. Peggy
Adams, Mrs. J. B. Porter, Miss
Helen Norris, Mrs. Johnnie Mae,
Newton, ,Mrs. Ray Jolly, Mrs.
Thomas Webb, Mrs. L. P. Ray, Miss
Carol Young, Mrs. Buck Dormany,
Mrs. Joe Burns, Mrs. Minnie Gay,
Mrs. Pelham Revells, Mrs. Warren
Yeager, Mxs. Dennis Norris, Mrs.
Dean Shoots, Mrs. Porter, Melba
Butts, Mrs. Norris, Mrs. Bill Love,
Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. Bessie Dykes,


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^/ "I'd rather ride in
- an OK Used Car!"


E\erybNod,'s jumping at the chance to bduy OK
U'ed Cars at present clean-up prices! The car
v.ith the OK Tag always represents top value
becau-e it's thoroughly inspected anrd recon-
ditioned. The OK means warrantedd io i,.it ng"
by us too!
Sold only by an Authorized Chevrolet Dealer


Look
for the
red


4-Door, Radio and Heater
1954 CHEVROLET
$1488.00

Two-Door
1951 CHEVROLET

$488.00


Bel-Aire, Sport Coupe
1951 CHEVROLET

$588.00oo


OUR PLACE OF BUSINESS WILL BE
Closed Wednesday P.M.

Open All Day Saturday


Hutchins-Thursbay Chevrolet Co.


Corner 4th and Williams


PHONE 7-2221


'56 FORD..with new 202-h.p.Thunderbird Y8

with new Thunderbird Styling ... with new Lifeguard Design

S -- __ ~ A glance tells you that the '56 Ford has the long, low lines ..
',----------------- the dazzling beauty of the Thunderbird.
I-- But wait till you touch the gas pedal! Ford goes like the
Thunderbird, too. With the new 202-h.p. Thunderbird Y-8 engine,
available in Fordomatic Fairlane and Station Wagon models,
S."you'll pass with new confidence, smile at hills.
And there's even bigger news -Lifeguard Design! With the
.cooperation of universities, medical associations and safety experts,
Ford found that most accident injuries were caused by the driver
7 being thrown against the steering post, occupants being thrown
forward against hard surfaces, or from the car. So, Ford developed
': a new steering wheel with a deep-center structure to help protect
*," you from the post ... double-grip door locks to give added pro-
/'" section from doors opening under shock optional cushioning
.., for instrument panel and sun visors, to help lessen injury from
'!'. "< impact optional seat belts that help keep occupants in seats.
4 NEW LIFEGUARD FFAi4URES-ncw deep-center steer-, Come in! See th- '56 Ford,-drive it, learn what Lifeguard
ing wheel. new dooble-gr-:, dI.-or locks, optional new Design means foi the greater safety of you and your family.
-padded. instrumn'nt panel and ,un visors, and optional new-
Ford sc:it b.-lts.


thefinecar at haf the fine-car price! '56 FORD



ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
Port St. Joe, Florida


BIG SQUARE DANCE


Saturday Nite Octoder 22

FROM 9:00 P. M. TIL


Mexico Beach Skating Rink


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Doyle Turner

AND HIS FOUR STAR RECORDING BAND

DIRECT FROM BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS

GOOD SINGING -- TOP DANCING


CONSOLATION PRIZE


SPONSORED BY "RED" WALKER


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oree, Miss Boncile Dykes. Sending
gifts but unable to attend were:
Mrs. Ada Norris, Mrs. W. C. Wil-
son, Mrs. James Young, Mrs. Glen-
d aMonroe, Mrs. Betty Ruth Flem-
ing, Mrs. Connie Gay, iMrs. Edgar
Smith, Mrs. Ellet Kyser, Mrs. Ja-


iMrs. Herman Stripling and
daughter, Jan spent several days
in Vernon visiting with the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. -Richard
Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Shealy and
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a Safety-Liner, which slows air
loss, and reinforces the tire in
the event it should be injured
. .. instead of a dangerous
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with greater peace of mind.


PUNCTURE PROTECTION
If a nail, or any sharp object
should penetrate this tire, the
Safety-Liner grips it and slews
the air loss .. no sudden flat
tires, no need to change flats
on the road, instead the
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SKID PROTECTION... Newly
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more angles and skid-protecting
edges.
QUIETER RUNNING .
Won't squeal even on sharpest
turns, No hum or whine be-
cause ttead elements overlap
to prevent rhythmic vibration. ,


SAFETY-TENSIONED
GUM-DIPPING
Firestone's new cord treating
factory combines the famous
Firestone Gum-Dipping process
with Safety-Tensioning, a new
process which.takes the stretch
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OAK GROVE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Jason Dykes and Student Council Delegates Special Pep Rally I. A. Hardy says that an em-
I (Continued From Page 9) son, Toby spent Saturday in Apa- Map Plans for Convention SP" e "r ployee must drive without having
/ daughter Evelyn spent the week cbcola visiting with M(r. and Set For Tonight any accident, large or small to be
Send in Tampa visiting with friends Mrs. Willie Dykes. Delegates from the officer schools eligible for the award.
and relatives. Mrs. Grant and son, Johnny of of the Northwest Florida Associa- A special bonfire pep rally un- ETHODIST
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deese and Lynn Haven were the Sunday tion of Student Councils met here der the sponsorship of the Student HIGHLAND VIEW METHODIST
children spent Saturday in Cotton- guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. E. Adams. Saturday for an executive meeting Council will be held tonight at 6:30CHURCH CALENDAR
dale visiting with friends and rela- Mrs. Chason and children of We- to make plans for the district con- on the vacant lot between t.ie gym- Sunday, 10:00 a.m. Church School
ties. wahitchka were the Sunday guests mention. Pensacola High School will nasium and-the football fL,0c. The for all ages. 11:00 a.m. Laymen's
-8th Mr. and Mrs. James Young of of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dykes. a be host to this convention on No- band will be on hand to fu-niah the Day Service. 6:30 p.m. Methodist
Tyndall Field were the week end )Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Porter and vember 4 and 5, and Martha Cos- music and the cheerleaders will iYouth Fellowship. 7:30 p.m. "To
guests of the latter's parents, Mr. children spent the week end in tin, representing the president lead the group in school yells. Im- Hell and Back". 8:45 p.m. Sing-
is and Mrs. W. C. Wilson. Panama City visiting with friend school, Port St.. Joe, will preside. mediately following the pep rally, spiration for Highland View and
ience Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell had and relatives. ( Other offices are Julie Leonard, the football team will have a :.igit Port St. Joe.
n as their guests for several days, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Deese and vice-president, Blountstown High practice on the field. Monday: 7:30 Woman's Society
,e Mr. and Mrs. Carl Knight and children of Panama City were the School; Janice McCord, secretary It is hoped that all to vi peopk 'of Christian Service.
,,; daughter, Sandr oaf Cross City. Sunday guests of Mr. an. and and Pat Ellisor, treasurer, both of, as well as students will make ad Tuesday: 7:30 Monthly meeting
A72C and Mrs. Preston Baxton of Carl Deese.
AC ad Mrs. Preston Baxton of Carl Deese. Pensacola High School. Mr. Pente- special effort to attend tihe event. of Commission on Education.
'"' Amarillo, Texas, are spending sev- ---- -- .. Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. prayer
Cost, the district advisor, presidedW7
eral weeks visiting with the latter's ct the dmetrict advSsore ta F service.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Love. at the meeting. Safety Awards For Saturday: 7:30 p.m. choir prac-
Mrs. Baxter is the former Miss Lois The group met at the high twice.
Jean Love. school in the morning for planning. Forest Service Men Rev. Douglas Newsome, Pastor
Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley and They lunched at the St. Joe Motel _
ACIST dhughtea" spent several days in and then went on a tour of Port [Several Florida Forest Service Guests of Sowers
Bonifay visiting with friends and St. Joe. Attending were Walter personnel of the St. Joe Tower Buford Gause and Mrs. Clyde
relatives. Wilder, Martha Costin and Mrs. J. bave received safe driving awards. Powell of Panama City were the
Store Mr. and Mrs. Bufford Griffin and G------ C. Price from Port St. Joe; Julie 'Receiving the awards were: H. A. week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
O* daughter, Wyvonne spent the week Leonard, Jimmy Coleman and Hardy, five year award; Milton John Sowers.
end in Vernon visiting with friends Phone 7 3161 Clara Armstrong of Blountstown Strength, four year award and -.. __ ...
and relatives. 0 and Bill Bryan, Janice McCord, George Armstrong, two year award.
______ -., Jerrie Walker, Millard Burke and These awards are given to the FOR SALE: Scratch pads, ditto
sponsor, Mr. Godwin and Mr. Pen- persons who are regular operators paper, secondsheets, sales books
onstro Ps. ola o guest checks. THE STAR, Phone
tecost from Pensacola. of vehicles. 61 for delivery.
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THE STAR, PObkT ST. JOE, GULF GOirff~rV, 'N.QAM'e


"HURSDAY' OC.T0BER 1M li


DA I TEN


STAC House Committee
(Continued from pag. 1)
fifty members for this year. The
center, with the Parent-Teacher As-
soclation of the Port St. Joe High
School as sponsor, is governed by
an elective body of student mem-
bers together with a PTA commit-
tee. The director for the center is
hired by the city of Port St. Joe.
Those attending from the PTA
were Mrs. Paul Fensom, Mtra. Bert
Munn, Harry McKnight, Rev. Fred
Davis and Frank Smith; American
Legion Auxiliary. members were
Mrs. Zola Maddox, Mrs. W. E.
Thursbay and Mrs. Glen Henley
and from the American Legion
Post were W. P. Comforter, Leo-
nard Belin, Glen Henley and W. E.
Thurabay.

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