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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 27, 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).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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PORT ST. JOE
A Progressive
Community With a
Modern, Progressive
Weekly Newspaper


"Port St. Joe- The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


THE STAR
Published In Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the GeCon-
tinued Development of
Gulf County


VOLUME XIX


Sinale Conv aS


PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1965


$3.00 Per Year


ETAOIN SHRDLU. St. Joe Places
by WES-LEY R. RAMSEY 3rd In Volleyball


Did you ever wonder where District Tourney
newspaper editors come from?
In the latest edition of Collier, Quincy High's Tigers successfully
Magazine, Columnist John 0'- defended their championship in the
Hara gives his opinion, third annual Northwest Florida
O'Hara didn't write his col- Itigh School volleyball tournament
umn strictly to enlighten his fol- at Florida High's gym in Talla-
lowers on the origin of genus hassee, Saturday.
editorei but he took a back- Quiney defeated Gadsden County
handed stab at telling them. Havana in the finals. Port St. Joe
O'Hara is writing a column finished third and Florida High of
on the relationship of college Tallahassee, fourth.
writing courses on authors (a The Tiger's teamwork was out-
high brow editor), and declares standing. They received a trophy
that neither do the other much last year. This year, the Tigers
good. O'Hara declares that a were ,presented a rotating trophy
good writer is -born and not that will be retained by the first
made. We will go along with team to win it three imes.
that opinion even to ditch dig- Other teams playing in the tour-
gers. We are referring to first- nament were Leon High of Talia-
class ditch diggers and not just hassee, Madison and Chipley.
ordinary ditch diggers. Quincy placed three men on the
We feel that a person has tQ all-star team Edgar Barnette,
like his job (or be born with it, George Albritton and Tommy Smith
if you please) to really do it up Port St. Joe placed Walter Wilder
brown. .I and Terry Hinote. Havana's Charles
But to get back to O'Hara's Dudley was the sixth member.'
discourse. He says that young Other players for Port St. Joe
folks get the idea that the life were Wilford Elliot, Ray Oliver,
of: a writer is romantic or they Blair Shuford, Gene Raffield, Bert
have the urge to become a char- Munn, Jr., Louis Ray, Charlie
acter so these vyoum neo-Dle Smith, Charles Thanpe and Ted


Football Game Set

Up For Tonight

The football game this week
originally scheduled for Friday
night against Bay High "B"
squad has been changed at the
request of Bay High coach, Art
Van Tone to tonight under the
local lights.
The game is scheduled to start
at 8:00 p.m.

Local Health People

Attend State Meet

"Public Health one of the keys
to Fabulous Florida" was the theme
of the Florida Health Association
held October 20, 21 and 22 at Day-
tona Plaza Hotel, Daytona Beach.
Those attending from this area
including Dr. W. T. Weathington,
Gulf 'County Health Department and
Mrs. Weathington; F. E. Trammell,
Sanitarian; Mrs. Pauline W. Sow-
ers, clerk ,and registrar and Mrs.
Ruby C. Gilbert, public health
nurse of Wewahitchka.
Mrs. Sowers was appointed vice-
chairman of the clerical adminis-
trative and fiscal section for the
1,956 annual meeting to be held in
Clearwater.


go to-college to become writers. Cannon. Bill Odeneal, FSU volley- Forestr Puts
They learn a little about sen- ball ocach, was .director of the Forestry Service Puts
tence structure and what a word tournament., n Safety Devices
looks like and start to-write -I "-y nv
and consequently get most of Mrs. Swatts Takes Part T .
their works rejected. In District PTA School he Flda Forestry Service has
These dejected "authors" ac- Scool ade their St. Joe Tower safer
cording to O'Hara become the A school of instruction conducted tfening in employees and visitors aike by
editors and reporters of our by Florida Congress of Parent- the tp of the tower, according
newspapers. Teacher Association officials was to County Ranger, H. A. Hardy.
We disagree with O'Hara. held in the Civic Center at Panama Immediately after the safety pro-
Most editors became editors. City, Tuesday. Thosh invited to at-ject was finished, 'the tower was
just like we did. They start out tend were officers and .hliarnin of visited by Mrs. Betty Sue Anchors
-as printers' and somehow man- local PTA imr Fifth Grade class. Her class pf 32
age to themp 'c-s mr'ortgaged Out of ruv'a off.ivs1 -wbo con. Ff Gd cl
age to ,eat m el' bs mortgaged out of lu a allieD.s who con- ,,pupils toured tl~.e forestry service
two hea.igh d buy a week-. uct h 1, ol -re headquart, s at White City and aDR
Bow man, Jr., president,' dtcteadqiart at 1te City and m1
ly newspaper. Then, because Bowman, Jr, iet, istrict o t cmbed o he
they, cant afford to hire a pro- on; Mrs. Nathan S. Rubin, 'stateop of there t er to limbed ow re
fessfonal reporter or editor, they chairman of 'library service and a ndt te tower to see bow fire
become' editors and reporters. Mrs. T. B. Caipbell, state chair- The lss was shown the radio
Then if they become good man of school lunches, of Pensa- network with which all unit of
enough they get called up by cola; Mrs. Ralph Swatts, state his- the service are in contact at all
ea dailv eyaper Ocasiounall np etorian, Port St. Joe and Dr. C. Lee the service are in contact at all
a daily paper. Occasionally one Port St. e and Dr. C. Lee times anid were. shown how crews
goes to college to learn to mea- Eggert, were dispatched to a fire.
sure in something besides 'picas" Mrs. Swatts spoke on room repre.- anger Hardy says that he feels
and learn to spell something be- sentation and membership in the sure that the visit of the Eleen-
sides "ink" and aperr". afternoon session. tary pupils wil serve to mak the Elem
Of course, if the training and Mrs. Edward L. Bonney, presi- more keenly aware of the dangers
the college doesn't help, they dent of the Bay County Council of of forest fires. o
can' always become authors. PTA gave the welcome to the group. i .__


Kay Asks For Aid For Sugar Growers Collins Says He


Of Nation and Florida Seeking Markets
/
When I was a youngster my Louisiana and other sugar-produc-
grandmother used to make a dish ing states.
she called "sweet-sour cabbage. It Now we are on the verge of an-
used to worry me for I couldn't un- other harvest season and will be-
derstand how anything could be gin grinding soon. Indications are
sweet and sour at the same time. that if some relief is not voted by
Of course it did not occur to me congress we will wind up with ad-
then that the day would come when ditional thousands of tons that
I would run smack bang into a must be stored while off-shore for-
sweet-sour situation in the form of eign producers continue toenjoy
an unpalatable dish known as the not only the market provided n
Sugar Act. the original agreement but the in-
While most 'Floridians know we creased market represented by
grow a lot of sugarcane in Florida, greater national consumption.
they may not realize that this ma- Our Florida delegation is fully
jor agricultural industry contributes cognizant of the perilous situation
substantially to our state's econo: and .has worked diligently to rec-
mic health and welfare. tify it. Senator Spessard Ho11and
Thousands of Floridians depend and Congressman Paul Rogers have
on our sugar production for .their been particularly active in this ef-
livelihood. Millions, of sugar dollars fort, 'but they need your help and
are represented in the state's indus- mine to back them in their appeal
trial payroll. Additional millions for just and fair legislation that
are represented in the state's tax will give our Florida producers a
revenues. fighting chance 'for survival.


'Our ougar industry Is sweet
enough but the sour angle comes
in the form of sugar legislation that


American growers are not ask-
ing the congress to reduce by one
ton or one acre the market granted


is crippling the industry and retard- in the Sugar Act, but they are ask-
ing it to a point that threatens our ing permission to share in the in-


state's welfare.
A rigid quota system inaugurat-
ed during the war limits the amount
of sugar that can be produced and
sold by American growers. It was
based on our national consump-
tion at. the time it was set up.
Since then the national consump-
tion has sharply increased and the
benefit of this increase in consiump-
tion has gone to foreign producers
resulting in. reduced acreage for
American growers and huge sur-
pluses that cannot be marketed.
Here in Florida the United States
Sugar Corporation at Clewiston has
been forced to construct two large
warehouses to store raw sugar that
they have produced and are not
permitted, to market. The same sad
situation exists with growers of


creased market that exists because
ot our increased national consump-
tion. As it stands now, American
growers are being penalized for the
benefit of foreign producers and
are not allowed to share in even
the increased market caused by
our nation's increased consumption.
Bills are now before congress
-that would give the needed relief
to our growers. Florida' business
and industrial leaders as well as
private citizens can help by con-
tacting our congressional delega-
tion and backing them up with let-
ters that will impress the congress
with the fact that the people And
business Interests of this state aret
genuinely concerned over the sit-
uation and -are back of the Florida
delegation one hundred per cent


was iecTe a ror

Only Two Years

TASLLIAJSISIEE,E Gov. Collins
said this' week he understood when
he ran for governor last year he
was running for a two-year term
and would not seek any court inter-
pretation that he currently had a
four-year term.
He made the statement -when
asked by newsmen for comment
about his plans for defending a
friendly suit brought (by House
Speaker Ted David regarding his
eligibility to seek reelection next-
year.
In his action brought in Leon
County Circuit Court Friday, David
asked the courts to determine whe-
ther Collins currently has a four
year term and if not, whether he
can run for a four-year term in
1956.
"I have not sought, and will not
seek, any interpretation that my
election in the last general election
was for a four year term," Collins
said.
"I understood when I was a can-
didate last year, and the people
also then understood, that I was'
seeking 'to serve the unexpired por-
tion of the term to which the late
Dan McCarty was. elected. Who-
ever represents me individually
will be requested to make this clear
to the court."
(Collins said Atty. 'Gen. Ervin
probably will represent him and
other state officials in some phases
of the lawsuit dealing with their
official duties.
'However, Collins said some is-
sues involve his personal and in-
dividual status, and he probably
will call on private counsel for
this or leave these matters to
friends of the court briefs.
David brought the .action as a
taxpayer and as a prospective can-
(Continued on page 12)


District Engineer Dashes Hope





Of Chipola Cut- f i edgin





*OQ Says River Dredging Is




PTA aerial Set N Threat To City
Water Supply


Saturday, the annual PTA Hallowe'en Carnival will get into
full swing vith a big parade. at 4:00 p.m. down Reid Avenue to
officially open the festivities. The PTA has hopes of making a
large sum o -money with the Carnival to carry out their project
of the year to buy play ground equipment for the school yard.
The Carnivhl this year has been
elaborated ofroxm PTA. Carnivals Mrs. Ralph Nance and Mrs. Wil-
in the past .ew years and prom- liam Wager 'will have charge of
ises a good ime' for all. A new decorations for the park Saturday
attraction .fGr'thls year, which has when the Port St. Joe Elementary
never been p esented before, is a School Pai~ent-Teacher Association
boat ride through the Bay. All rid- stages their annual Hallowe'en Car-
ars will be finished with a life nival. Assisting Mrs. Wager and
jacket. ^ Mrs. Nance-will be Mr. and Mrs.
Bingo will -b1 available on the Roy Wilson.
midway this yev.I. In years past, The carnival will get under way
bingo has raised .a 'legality ques- at 4 p.m. with a parade. Arrange-
tion in line with the gambling ments are under the direction of
laws. The directors of the carnival Mrs. Clyde Fite. Leroy Bowdoin
this year surmised that people rea- will have charge of the parade
lize that the carnival is put on for which .will bey led by a police es-
donation purposes and will offer cort. Port St. Joe's Htgh School
bingo fft, peoplee who :eare to,"do- bat i'wildleasd..the- parade followed'
nate to PTAbwork in that way. wivh thz our divisions.


C. L O stin is chairman' of th~e
Carnival and he says-,that plans
call for a carnival which will sur-
pass any that has'been given in the
past. Costin said that the carnival
will be held in the, City Park across
from the Motel St. Joe to give ac-
cess for the boat rides and give
plenty of room for booths, displays
and games.
Everyone is offered a special in-
vitation to attend.'


Each partdle- entrant will be
numbered an&-,each division will
have.a different colored card to be
displayed for the judges. Parents
and children are urged to get their
number at the formation center and
from one of the marshals who will
assist in lining up the units.
The parade will begin in the gen-
eral area of the depot on Reid Ave-
nue. The units will move south on
Reid Avenue, continuing to 5th St.,
then North to the City Park.


VETERANS SERVICE OFFICER ,lam Bray Enlists
PLANS VISIT TO THIS CITY es Bray Enlists
Veterans of' Gulf County who In Army Signal Corps,
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill, .,may receive James (3Bo) Bray, son of Mrs.
expert guidance from Preston L. B. W. Bray of Port 'St. Joe, enlisted
Nicholas, Assistant State :Service in the regular army last week-thru
Officer. M-4Sgt. A. C. Blalock, army recruit-
Nicholas will visit this area next er, that visits the local post office
N, i ol'n ha ill visn i tsof ha n eixn each Thursday morning.
WUfl J he UU r otse of heping


veterans or their dependents in fil-
ing claims for Compensation Bene-
fits or solving their Insurance prob-
lems. This free service includes
assistance to employers of veterans
under the GI Bill, Vocational Train-
ing, Subsistence or other problems.
During his visit in this area
Nicholas may be contacted Thurs-
day, November 3 at the City Hall
from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.


TRADE AT HOME


Bo was a graduate of Port St.
Joe High School, active member
of the First Baptist Church of Port
St. Joe and was employed by the
St. Joe Motor Company as a sales-
man prior *to enlisting.
He chose the branch of the Sig-
nal Corps with the army, prior to
enlisting, said Sgt. Blalock.
The enlistment was completed in
Jacksonville. Then Bo was shipped
to Fort Jackson, S. C., for further
processing and assignment to a
basic training class.


Colonel Harold E. Bisbort, District Engineer of this district,
with offices in Mobile, dashed a dose of cold water on the hopes
of local interests to divert Apalachicola River dredging down the
Chipola River Cut-off this week. The Colonel has been to this
area recently for the local Chamber of Commerce, the St. Joe
Paper Company and Wewahitchka interests to "influence" the
District Engineer along the Chipola Cut-off plan.
-- 'In a letter to Congressman Bob
S-. Sikes, who was aiding local inter-
Apalacchicola Lays ests in their fight to shift the Apa-
lachicola River channel dredging
ror D Pl s to the Chipola Cut-off, Col. Bisbort
Harbor Day Plan s stated that his engineers had made
--- a field reconnaissance in addition


AiPALACHOlCOLA Elaborate
plans are going forward in this fa-
mous seafood capital of Florida
for its Eighth Annual Harbor Day
Celebration on Tuesday, Novem-
ber 8. I
Harbor-Day was started in 1947
to spotlight the occasion of all
those interested in the develop-
ment of the Apalachicola-Chatta-
hoochee-Flint River 'Systems flow-
ing, through Georgia,. Alabpma and
Florid" 't6 ,Aalachfiola-the" D.-
tural port city at the rivers': end
This annual celebration is spon-
soredijointly by the City of Apala-
chicola, Chamber of Commerce,
Harbor Advisory Board, Pilot Club,
Philaco Club and the Women's
Auxiliary to the Chamber of Com-
merce.,
'The program calls for an all-band
parade at 9:30 a.m. with bands par-,
ticipating from 'Georgia, Alabama
and Florida. Registration begins at
10:00"a.m. in famous Battery Park
where the festivities will take
place.. The speaking program will
begin at 11 o'clock with Mayor Cor-
ey M. Henriksen delivering the
welcome.address. Congressman Bob
Sikes'of the Third District of Flor-
ida will be Master of Ceremonies.
Among the distinguished guests
expected are U. S. Senator from
Florida, Spessard L. Holland; Con-
gressman George Andrews of the
Third Alabama District; Congress-
man Tic Forrester of the Third
George District; Brig. Gen. Henry
J. Hoeffer, Division Engineer of
the Corps of Engineers. Invitations
have been extended to the gover-
nors of the three states serving
this vast river system as well as
many others, who have- played and
are playing a role in the success-
ful' development of the tri-river
system.
At 12:30 noon a delicious pre-
pared seafood dinner will be ser-
ved free to all visitors. The oyster
bars will be open to all. Last year
12,000 oysters were eaten on the
half shell. Free boat rides will be
available in the afternoon, while
the Harbor Day Ball at 9 p.m. will
climax the day's events.


.."'


PICTURE EVIDENCE that Port St. Joe's port is fast becoming one of the larg..'st in the
State of Florida in tons handled. Pictured above is a tanker on the right and two frieighters
shown loading and unloading products. (Star photo)


to their previous aerial survey to
secure further data and make addi-
tional studies of the problem.
" According to the Engineers, the
Chipola Cut-off route for the chan-
nel would require the dredging of
about 1,000,000 cubic yards more
material than down the river pro-
per. Bisbort said, "This dredging
in the channel would require a
greater area beyond the present
.banks .to provide, a 100-foot navi-
ct.ble channel width -wiih ,codsif--
able widening. at bends and ade-
quate spoil/areas, The banks for
practically the entire distance along
the Chipola route would require
clearing of trees and cypress knees-
and stumps so that a dredge could\
work. It is estimated that it would
cost at least $a00,000 more to
dredge the navigable channel thru
the Cut-off, Lee Slough and Lower
Chipola River than it would in the
Apalachicola River."
Col. Bisbort said that there did
not appear to be any prospective
commerce from the Ohipola River
route that could compensate for
the additional cost of the project.
He listed the only probable cargo
as pulpwood and stated that it now
moved more readily out of the area
by truck.
Bisbort said that, should the Chi-
pola be dredged, sport fishing in
the area would be spoiled for some
time due to the operation.
Along with the Engineers study
was a request for study of water
supply to the Port St. Joe Paper
Mill through their canal from the
Chipola River. The Paper Company
fear the Apalachicola dredging due
to the fact that water level has
already been dangerously low and
fear that the Apalachicola dredging
will further lower the water due to
the make-up of the Chipola water
shed. The Engineer's study showed
that there is now about a 0.6 foot
fall or 0.2 foot per mile in water
surface from the St. Joe Paper
Company pumping station intake
to the junction of the Chipola with
the Apalachicola. From the cut-off
entrance to the canal the average
fall is about 0.65 foot per mile.
The small amount of dredging in
the Apalachicola River, according
to the engineers, will have little
effect on the stages at- the pump-
ing station. Actually, with the in-
creased flows due to operation of
the Buford and Jim Woodruff Dams
for power generation it is estimat-
ed by the engineers that the effect
during low water periods will be
an increase in stage of about 1.4
feet.
The Colonel invited an inspec-
tion trip by himself and local in-
terests to point out his views.
-K
WEWAHITCHKA BUYS TRUCK
FROM LOCAL FIRM
Hutchins-Thursbay Chevrolet Co.
was successful bidder this week to
the City of Wewahitchka for their
first garbage truck.
The vehicle was a ton and a half
truck with a Perfection dump body.

I p,:ys to advertise-try It!


NUMBER 13


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Social Activities

Personals Clubs Churches

Mrs. OCYLE MUNN, Editor Dial 7-5461
"-

WSCS Circle 2 Meets )Adheur Maybel". Mrs. Ramsey as-
With Mrs. Nettle Anchor sisted her by giving "The Confer-
ence Goals". Mrs. Swatts presented


'Circle Two of the WSCS met at
the home of Mrs. Nettie Anchors,
October 24 with Mrs. W. D. Jones,
chairman, presiding during the
meeting.
Mrs. A. M. Jones, Sr., gave the
devotional which was taken from
"'The Upper Room", scripture from
Matthew 14:122-23. 'Mrs. Jones was
assisted by Mrs. George Suber,
reading "The Circuit Riding on
Top of the World".
Mrs. R. A. Swatts was program
leader using as her theme, "The
Fields Are White". She began her
program with a poem, "Albou Ben


a little booklet on "Oh, Yes You
Can" and suggested making some
plans for a membership drive.
Following the program a short
business meeting was held, at
which time it was announced that
Mrs. Charlie Brown would have
charge of the week of prayer ser-
vice Wednesday night at 7:00, at
the church.
Next meeting will be with Mrs.
Brinson.
Delicious refreshments were
served to 11 .members and the


WSGOS president, Mrs. Ed
The meeting was closed
WSiOS benediction.


Ramsey.
with the


THEATRE OPENS DAILY 3:00 P. M. SATURDAYS 1:00 P. M.
THURSDAY and FR* IDAY*
THURSDAY and FRIDAY


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HOW TO' gal

ALONG -

P. COLOR B, D.u..@


-- FEATURE No. 2 -


CHINOOK the Wonder Dog,

CHAPTER 2 of SERIAL

"RIDING WITH

BUFFALO BILL"


SUNDAY and MONDAY


TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY


LATE SHOW MONDAY, OCTOBER 31


Mrs. Rich Hostess To
Marion Craig Leads Discussion Period Bap tistessreTou

Sponsored Weekly By St. James Church Circle Three of the First Baptist
Church Woman's Missionary Union
me't Tuesday afternoon in the home
Marion Craig was leader 'before'all done in the name of God and of Mrs. John Rich on 3rd Street
the Tuesday night discussion .of Christ. But there is often a ques- with six members and one visitor,
group which met in the home of tion as to whether these "healings" Mrs. Cecil Linton, present.
Rev. and Mrs. Tom Miller at 8 p.m. are "real". Again, there is a ques- This was the first meeting of the
Topic for the discussion program tian as to whether these "healings" 'new church year and officers for
"The tent is up and the folks are are truly Christian. the circle were elected with Mrs.
flocking down to the healing. It i's It was brought out in the discus- C. G. Costin acting as chairman.
sion that not only were miracles ,Officers elected were Mrs. L. W.
Mrs. Lane Hostess To perormed by our Lord and some Cox, chairman; Mrs. B. J. Taylor,
First Baptist Circle No. 2 of the prophets of thle Old Testa- co-chairman; secretary and trea- F
First Baptist Cirle No 2 menit, but some were done in the co-chairmer an publi secretary chan, Mrs.
Cirle Two of the First Baptist name of Christ by persons who John Rich; stewardship' chairman;
circle Two of the First y B ap were not followers of Christ. Mrs Tom Parker;children's home,
Women's Missionary 'Society held Question such as, "does God Mrs. Marlow; community missions,
,their first meeting of the new willingly afflict mankind?" and MrsC.M o comtit; mission s
church year at the home of Mrs. "Does healing have a place inMrs. C. G. Cotin; mission study,
J. D. Lane Tuesday afternoon at Christianity?" If so, where? If not, Mrs. Rush his.ocial chairman,
3:00 p.m. 'Mrs. W. J. Daughtry Why?" were presented to the group. t was announced that the next
gave the devotional, the 25th Those taking part in the discussion Iet washing would be inced thate home nexof
Psalm, and led the group in prayer. were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Starnes, Mrs. C. G. Costin. The meeting was
A 'business meeting followed, at Mrs. Rth Crate, Mrs. Will Ram- dismissed with prayer by Mrs. .
which time Mrs. W. J. Daughtry sy, Mrs. Floyd Roberts, Mrs. Tom W. Cox.dismissed with prayer by Mrs. L.
was elected chairman for the com- Miller, Mrs. Charles Wall, Mr. and Refreshments were served 'by
ing year. The following officers Mrs. Billy Quarles, Bert Munn, Jr., the hostess.
were appointed to serve with her: Mr. and Mrs. Bert Munn, Mr. and __ __
Mrs. J. D. Lane, co-chairman; Mrs. Mrs. Roy Garrett, Mrs. Hubert Mrs. H. E. Rich mother of E. J.
R. H. Ellzey, secretary; Mrs. Lon- Richards and M. A. Kelly. Ri Ho h b motier of i J
nie Bell, treasurer; Mrs. Henry Rich, who has been a patient in the
Ayers, program chairman; Mrs. E. 'The discussion group meets every Municipal. Hospital for the past
Ayersprogrm chaiman; rs.E. il,. .i +1- .,. .


H-. VanLandingham., c h 11 dren's
home chairman; Mrs. George Davis,
.'tewardship chairman; Mrs. Dan-
iels, flower chairman; Mrs. B. W.
Wilder, war relief chairman.
The progress report of the chil-
dren's home was read by Mrs. Van-
Landinigham, from the WMU news
and notes.
The meeting was closed with
prayer by Mrs. Ayers.
Mrs. Lane served cake, ice cream
and coffee to the members pres-
ent who were: Mrs. Ayers, Mrs.
Daughtry, Mrs. VanLandingham,
Mrs. Daniels and Mrs. Ellzey.

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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
EARL L. HOBAUGH
deceased.
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
EXECUTOR
Notice is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Returns as Executrix
of the Estate of Elarl L. Hobaugh,
deceased; that I have filed' my pe-
tition for distribution and for Final
Discharge, and that on November
14, 1'955, I will -aply to the Hon-
orable J. E. Pridgeonr., County Judge
of Gulf :Oounty, Florida, for approv-
al of said returns and for an Order
of Distribution and for final dis-
charge as Executrix of the will of
Earl L. Hobaugh, deceased.
This the 12th day of October,
1956.
ANNA D. HOBAUGH
Executrix -
iFirst publication, October 13, 1955,
SILAS R. STONE
Attorney for Executrix
NOTICE OF ELECTION
SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT
NO. 1, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
SPursuant to Section 230.39 of the
Florida School Laws, notice is here-
by given that the next Regular Bi-
ennial Election in Special Tax Dis-
trict No. 1 (county wide) is called
for Tuesday, the 8th day of Novem-
ber, A. D. 1955,; for the said district
to determine the rate of village to
be assessed and collected on the
property therein for the next en-
suing two (2) years, and to elect
three (3) trustees for the district
for the next ensuing two (2) years
(no two trustees shall be elected
from any one School Board Mem-
ber Residence District). All quall-
tied electors residents within said
district (county wide) who pay
taxes on real and personal property
and are otherwise qualified accord-
ing to law, are entitled to vote at
said election. It is determined that
ten (10) mills will be necessary to
!maintain a uniform system of Flor-
ida schools within said district.
Precincts. 1, 2, 3. and-4 Will vote
at the City Hall In Wewahitchka,
the poll holders to be, Mrs. Leona
O'Neal, clerk, Mrs. Annie Cook,
Mrs. Marvin Pitts and Mrs. Hettie
Britt, Inspectors.
Precincts 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9, will
vote in the City Halle in, Port St.
Joe, with the following poll holders,
Mrs. Hazel Ferrell, Clerk, Mrs.
Neva Croxton, Mrs. Zola Maddox,
and Mrs. T. 0. Richards, Inspectors.
ATTEST: 6t-10-6
Thomas A. Owens Fennon Talley
Superintendent Chairman


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birth of a daughter, Kemela Jodell,
on October 20, in the Municipal
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1 oz.
Mrs. Phillip Tharpe of this city
announce the birth of h son, Ricky
Junior Tharpe on October 21, in
the Municipal Hospital. The boy
weighed 8 los.


three weeks wisnes to thank ner
many friends,rfor the many cards
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Mrs. Rich is lovingly called "Gran-
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Love and Oliver Harper; Most ath-M ,O u an Wo Mrs. Cason Hostess To Mrs. hason served delicious re-
letic, Louise Daughtry and Walter ou Can Worka st e o the six members and
CAMPUS INN Wilder; test,G Love and First Baptist Circle No. 5 fresments to the six members andent.
News of Port St. Joe High School Bert Munn; Most likely to succeed And Still Get Your --
By MARTHA COSTIN Martha Costin and Walter Wilder; Circle 5 of the First Baptist WMU DISTRICT TWO OF FFWC
Moat talented, Kathryn Marshall ca l c urity met Monday afternoon in the home TO MEET IN QUINCY
and W. L. Smith; Best dressed, 30o 101 cCUrtyof Mrs. E. C. Cason. The Quincy Senior and Junior
WRITTEN FOR LAST WEEK Ranza Cox and Jackie Davis. r The meeting gopened-with a short WoThean's Clubs will be hostesses
Thought For The Week Convention Delegates Chosen Many people in the Panama City devotional by-Mrs. W. 0. Nichols to District Two of Florida Fedora-
All ambitions are lawful except Delegates -who will represent area may now receive Social Se- with Mrs. W. M. Chafin leading in tion of Womoen's Clubs when they
those which climb upward on the Port St. Joe High School at the curity benefits even though they prayer. ton tf Wimann Cmet when they
miseries and credulities of man- district student council convention are still working, according to Mrs. W. 0. Nichols was then ber 8.
kind. Joseph Conrad in Pensacola next month are Wal- John V. Carey, district manager of elected chairman of the circle and Among the state officers ho
"Who's Who" Elections Are Held ter Wilder, Jean Mahon, Gene Raf- the local Social Security Adminis- other officers were elected as fol- Among the state offers wogram,
Elections were held last week field, Kathryn Marshall and Bert ration office., lows: Mrs. E. C, Cason, co-chair- will be pret nd on tPearce of Miami,
to select members of the Senior Munn. Mrs. J. C. Price, student This is true because of recent man; Mrs. W. Ramsey, secretary; Ste President; Mrs. PearceM. Wash-
Class for the various "Who's Who" council sponsor will.accompany the changes in the Social Security law. Mrs. H. H: Shirley, program chair- burn of Tampa, first vice M-prsident;
positions. The students who were group. 'The first change," said Mr. Carey, man; Mrs. W. M. Chason, commun- Mrs. C. L. Menpa ser, second vice
selected by the senior high school Port St. Joe High School is presi- "applies ,to those individuals be- i.ty missions; Mrs. J. A. Garrett, president and Mrs. B. P. Rich, State
will be pictured under a special dent of the district and Martha Cos- tween the ages of 65 and 72." This treasurer; Mrs. J. W. Plair, chil- Director of the Department of Jun-
"Who's Who" section of the year- tin will represent the school, 'group may now receive their So- dren's home chairman; Mrs. James iorse Dpartm
book. Honor Society Plans Campaign clal Security benefits for all months Wilson, mission study; Mrs. H. G. I
Seniors who were chosen are: I It was announced by Kathryn if they are not earning more than !Harvey, stewardship; Mrs. L. Z. Registration will take place fronm
Prettiest and most handsome, Son- Marshall, president- of the Senior $1200 in a year. I their earnings Henderson, social chairman; Mrs. 9:00 til 10:00 a.m. at th First
jia Blount and Walter Wilder; Most Honor Society, that the" group will are between $1200 and $2080 for Chitty, literature chairman. Baptist Church. Luncheon will be
popular, Gail Bateman and Walter begin a "Good Manners Campaign". the year, benefits may be payable The name "Marion Cowherd" was serve d at the club house.
Wilder; Mr. and Miss St. Joe High, Plans are 'being formulated, and for one or more months. However, selected for the circle this year T Averse Tr t.
Sonjia Blount and Walter.Wilder; the campaign will begin soon. payments will not be withheld for
Wittiest, Dot Sealey and Charles Among the activities planned are 'months in which the wage earner
Smith; Best all around, Barbara posters in the halls,' talks by min- neither earns wages of over $80' or
Sykes and Walter Wilder; Mast de- ister4, and citizens, discussions in works in self-employment.
pendable, Martha Costin and Oli- the various classrooms. It is hoped '"The second change," Mr. Carey ,,,~.
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are 72 years of age and older." So-
cial Security benefits are payable
beginning with the month the indi-
vidual attains age 72 and for all
months following,'regardless of his
income from working or from slef-
employment.
I I you have any questions regard-
ing this recent change, you should
contact the district office of the
Social Security Administration at
522 Mercer Avenue, Panama City.
Visits Parents Over Week End
Miss Faye Fleishel, freshman at
Florida State spent the week end
here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Percy Fleishel.


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NEVER A THING IN THI
(Broken Arrow, Okla. L
Then there's the story we
woman who complained "There's
in the paper."
: She forgot that it was only
she had asked to have her bri,
out of the paper because their
three people whom she should
and the family didn't want it
bought a new car because they
local doctor and two or three gr
waiting for them to settle up fo
The editor left the account
ter's careless driving spree out
because he was sorry for the ol
also neglected .to mention the
Grumble's father had died in th
and that it was rumored that he
been caught fishing without a li
Mrs. Grumble still thinks the
print more news.
He probably could but w.


NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS

Honored With Party
A bridal shower was held in the
honor of Mrs. Herman Cooper 'Sat-
urday night at 7:30 at the home of
Mrs. Stephens. Hostesses for the
occasion were: Mrs. Gilbert Ste-
phens. Several games were played
then refreshments of fruit cake,
coffee and cookies were served to
the- the following guests: Mrs.
Joe Burns, Mrs. Buck Dormany,
Mrs. Howard 'Cannington, Mrs. Con-
nie Gay, Mrs. Gilbert Stephens,
Mrs. Maggie Weiklegent, Miss 'Hel-
en Norris, Miss Lavonne Stephens,
Mrs. Jessie Anderson, Miss Mamie


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omissions in adrer-
emselves liable for
such advertisement
; the printed wird
)rd barely .-qer.s;
The spoken wo. l


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like about the


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s never a thing all" because of his popularity. *
As we said, President Eisenhower was rest- ,
last week that ing perhaps for the visit next day ,of Attorney *s '
dge party kept General Herbert Erownell. Tr.. on "business". see oui
e were two or We solnehow seem to recall Brvr'i'; A ,
I have invited; held the job of carnpaign manager in 1952. And mS A
mentioned they politics can be mighty serious "business" es- SWL 1 A '
still owed the pecially when there's a good chance the champ t
ocers had been may retire. A v In h ve I n faw
)r some time. While the Republicans are looking on the \ lo"ry t 'she time
A t or yoU tO bay yo~ur
of the daugh- rosy side, we wonder when 'they are 'going to new chain awv. Come
of the paper take a sidewise glance at the lowering farm den to a freetion
d man and he income, even in a period of dought when prices
fact that Mr. should be high? How are they going to explain anRw N
he penitentiary the growing popularity of Adlai Stevenson? SUPNR a
r husband had
license. soWhile we are normally an optimistic fel-
e editor should low, were we a Republican, which we definitely NEW
are not, we would be more than a little pessi- o ....
hat if he did? mistic. '

Walker, Mrs. E. L. Lightfoot, Mrs. 'Lou of Orlando were guests of Mr. SEL A -ATIN
Herman Ard, Mrs. Jimmie Burns, 'and Mrs. Buford Griffin this week
Mrs. Kenneth Ellis, Mrs. Herman end. ',A
Stripling, Mrs. James Lovett, Mrs. Mrs. Eurnice Vickers of Mariaana ,a .
Herman Cooper, Mrs. Eunice Coop- is spending several days visiting J
er, Mrs. Pelham Revells, Mrs. Kurt with Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland. PAUL CARTER'S SERVICE
Gwaltney, Mrs. Joel Lovett and P CARTER'S SERVICE
the honoree, Mrs. Herman Co er Mr. and 'Mrs. Joel Lovett and 573 Harrison Avenue,
the honoree, Mrs. Herman Cooper. children spent the week end in
Sending gifts but unable to attend Vernon visiting with the latter's hone: Sunset &6061
were: Mrs. Eva Weston, Miss Hazel
and Margaret DWestkin, Mrs. E. B. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovett. PANAMA CITY,' FLA.
Young, Mrs. Jewel Morris, Mrs. Wallace Hall and William Chain-
Lloyd Riley, Mrs. Grace Deese and


Mrs. J. D. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Porter spent
Sunday in Tallahassee visiting with
John Strange.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Deese and
children of Panama City were the
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Deese.
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Chishlom and
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NOT INDISPENSABLE? blis of Marianna were the week end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland
While President Eisenhower took a day off Hall.
from official business and relaxed with his paints Miss Jean Nixon of Wewahitch-
at Fitzsimons Army Hospital, his economic ad- ka spent Saturday visiting with
visors reported an all-time high for the US Miss Alimae Campbell.
Mrs. Eldridge Adams .and daugh-
economy in the third quarter of a year that may 'ter, Chris spent sevreal days in
total close to four hundred billion dollars in Georgia visiting with friends and
g' ods and services compared with 357 bil- relatives.
lions for 1954. Night before, Vice President Mr. and ,Mrs. Vera Burge and
Nixon told investment bankers in New York children spent the week end in
that, under Administration policies that are "pro- Georgia visiting with friends and
gressive and humanitarian without being social- Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ernest and
iastic", the nation's workers are better off than daughter Joann of Panama City
"at any time in history",. spent the week end visiting with
In Washington, about the same time, Joe Mrs. Minnie Gay.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Linegar-
Martin, Republican leader of the House, was bar of Panama City t unday
assuring reporters that another term in the visiting with the latter'a parents,
White House would be no more .threat to the Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dykes and Mr.
President's health than four years on the Gettys- and Mrs. Allen Norris.
burg farm. He said he had no inside informa- Mr. and Mrs. Jamps Young and
tion, but hoped the President would run again. IMr. and Mrs. Monroe Darby of
Campaigning, he said, would be "no strain at Tyndall were the week ud .guests.


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IMr. and Mrs. Junior Jeffcoat re-
turned home Friday after spending
a week in Donaldsonville, Ga., vis-
iting with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Gardner .. d
children spent the week end in
Bagdad visiting with friends and V
relatives. ...
'The C,A.'s of the Oak Grove As-' .
sembly of God Church had a fish
supper Tuesday evening at 6:00
at the Centennial building. Those
attending were: Rev. and Mrs.'
Lloyd Riley and children, Miss Hel-
en Norris, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nor-
ris, and children, 'Mr. nd Mrs. Her-
man Ard, Mr. and Mrs. Herman!
Stripling, Mrs. Joel Lovett and HLIMPHKEY BOGART greens afriend in this scene from 2Orb
children, Mrs. Bufford Griffin, Mrs. enturv-Fox's "THE LEFT HAND OF GOD." CinemaScope & Color.
Kurt Gwaltney. and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Hanley and children, Mr. Mrs. Knight. I and Mrs. Philip Williams of Young-
nd Mrs. Fre.Lid ghtfoot, and children, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Aultman and town.
Butts, Miss Juanita Norrot, is Miss children of Panama City were the I Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Hollomon
Melba Bttsh, Miss Lavern Glass, Sunday guests of Mrs. Jim Ault- and children spent Sunday in Chip-
Miss Betty Butts, Miss Dean Glassman. ley visiting with friends and rela-
Miss Betty Butts, Miss Dean Glass,. A fellowship meeting was held tives.
Mrs. Wade Neal and children, Mrs. M A fello s ptm Mtnwas Oe a ivesp
Nelson Gardner and children, Mr. Monday night at 7:30 at the Oak endMN OF PULICATO
and Mrs. Kenneth Ellis, Miss Pat- Grove Assembly of God Church. STATEMENT OF PUBLICATION
andMrhKineh hhinMiliPt-The Sunday School banner was STATEMENT REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF
sy 'Smith, Miss K'atlherine Elliott, I AUGUST 24, 1912, AS AMENDED BY THE
awarded t othe Oak Grove Assem- ACTS OF MARCH 3, 1933, AND JULY
James Knight, Mrs. Pelham Rev- God a 2. 19v46 ( 'Title 9, United States Code,
ells and children, Jessie Andersont ,.G 70 B o sWNERSHI
ells and children, Jessie Anderson 'img the most points. Rev. Jones ANAGEMENT, AND CIRCULATION OF

and Mrs. Eddie Tubberville and Mrs. Jason Dykes and son, Toby lisher, editor, managing editor, a s d business
ilbur Butts. Everyone enjoyed spent Friday in Apalachicola visit- manageridare: Wesley R. Ramsey, Port St.
the occasion. ing with friends and relatives. I 2. The owners: Wesley R. Ramsey, Port
St. Joe, Florida.
A-2C and Mrs. Preston Baxter Mr. and Mrs. Merit and children 3. The known bondholders, mortgagees,
C an r. Preston Baxter spent the week end in Bonifay vis- and other security holders owning or hold-
ing 1 percent or more of total amount of
returned home 'Saturday after iting with friends and relatives. bonds, mortgages, or other securities are:
spending several weeks visiting Edward Creame? who is stationed W. S. Smiths 'ewaitchka, Florida.
4.Paoagraphas 2 'and 3 include, in cases
with the latter's parents, Mr. and at San Diego, California is home on where the stockholder or security holder ap-
Mrs. W. S. HLove pears upon the books of the company as
Mrs. W. S. JLove, leave visiting with his parents, Mr. trustee or in any other fiduciary relation,
We are sorry to say that Mrs. and Mrs. Dan Creamer. the name of the per ; so or corporation for
Mrs Knhogh such trustee is acting; also the state-
Edgar Williams is ill and her many Mr. and Mrs. John McKenzie and ments in the two paragraphs show the affi-
ant's full knowledge and belief as to the- cir-
friends wish her a speedy recovery, children spent the week end in cumstances and conditions under which-stock-
holders and security holders who do not
A revival is being held at the East Point visiting with the lat- appear upon the books of the company as
Oak Grove Assemsbly of God Church ter's father, Jeff Duval. trustees, hold stock and securiti es in a ca- e
with the Rev. Howard Youngblood 'Miss Lucile Stripling and Cecil 5. The average number' of copies of each
3 ne' issue of this publication sold or distributed;
Services will be each night at 7:30 Barton spent the week end in Ala- through the mails or otherwise, to -paidsub-
and the public is cordially invited bama visiting w4th friends and scribers during the 12 months preceding the
date shown above was: 1100.
to attend. relatives.I /s/ WESLEY R. RAMSEY
I Owner
Miss Minnie Ola Ray returned to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and I Sworn to and subscribed before me this
Moultrie, Ga., Tuesday after spend- children spent several days in Per- 25th day of October, 1955.
M. P. TOMLINSON
ing several days with her parents, ry, visiting with friends and rela- Notary Public, State of Florida at large
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ray. ties. My commission expires April 3, 1959.
John D. Hall and grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Dykes" andI
Mrs. C. J. Halt of Panama were the children of Apalachicola were the Farmers who are storing IMA
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burns Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. potatoes this winter might do well
and family for several days. B. Dykes And Mr. and Mrs.'Jason to try gome of the sprout prevent-
Mrs. Knight of Perry is spending Dykes. 'nlg material now on the market
several days visiting with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Dan 'Creamer had as
Mrs. J. T. Campbell and Mr. and their dinner guests Sunday, Mr. Send The Star To A Friend


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for use as office building.
At the present time there is concrete
I TE F THE slab from curb line on Monument Avenue
this block having conventional curb, planting
CITY COM M ISSION area and sidewalk. I believe the safety
a nd appearance of this area will be bene-
fited if present concrete slab is removed
S- and replaced by curb, planting area and
sidewalk installed similar to balance of
Minutes of the Regular Meeting of area between fourth and fifth streets.
the City Commission of the City of The State Road Department tells me
Port St. Joe, Florida held in the Mu- they will furnish all necessary labor to ac-
nicipal Building on the 18th day of complish this if the City will furnish ma-
October A. D., 1955 at 8:00 p.m. trials. You are accroding requested to
The Regular Meeting of the City Corn- consider this my request that the City
mission of the City of Port St Joe, Florida furnish such materials as are required to
was held at this time with Commissioners do this work.
Ramsey, Smith, Tharpe and Mayor Sharit Your favorable consideration is respect-
present. Attorney Costin and Clerk Hen- fully solicited.
derson were also present. Yours very truly,
Minutes of the previous meeting of Oc- /s/ M. P. Tomlinson
tober 4, 1955 were read and approved. Commissioner Smith moved that Mr. P. W.
Mayor Sharit read aloud the following Petty, City Street .Superintendent contact
letter. Mr. Tomlinson, to determine exactly the
Port St. Joe, Florida work to be done, make a sketch of the
October 10, 1955 area, estimate the cost of the work to the
Honorable Joe L. Sharit, City, and present the findings to the City
Mayor of the City of Port St. Joe, Council. This wa sseconded by Commis-
Port St. Joe, Florida sioner Tharpe and upon 'a vote there were
Dear Mayor Sharit: ayes four, nays none.
Please accept this as my resignation as The City Clerk read aloud the following
a member of the City Commission effective letter:
as of'the date above written. Apalachicola, Florida
It is with regret that I take this step, October 4, 1955
but having been warned by my physician to Mayor, Port St. Joe
"take it easy" because of my health, I find Chairman, Board of County Commissioners
it necessary that I give up this assignment Honorable Wesley R. Ramsey, Editor,
because of the vast amount of time that Port St. Joe Star
the duties of the office have required. President Rotary
I am not unmindful of the wonderful vote President Lions
of confidence that was given to me by the President 'Kiwanis
good people of St. Joe at the time of my Gentlemen:
election in September 1954. I have striven The Apalachicola Afrport is located some
this past year to merit and justify that two miles West of Apalachicola and is one
confidence by giving my best to the City of the finest facilities of its type and can
and to the people All things being equal, be of ever increasing service as our area
I realize it would be my solemn duty to develops.
serve out my term, but in view of the ser- The Board of Counity Commissioners of
ious effect further service may have on Franklin County in a special meeting Sep-
my health, I feel sure that the people will tember 21, after much consideration re-
understand. I want you and the other me fused to sell the airport proper. Later on
However, I want you and the other mem- October 1, 1955, subject to C.A.A. appro-
bers of the Commission to know that you val, The Board accepted a bid which re-
can call on me at any time, if you feel served the use for the County until needed
that I can assist you or the City in any for factories or housing.
capacity. The speed, safety and necessity of air
Sincerely yours, travel is like Social S security, an accepted
/s/ GEORGE H. WIMBERLY fact today.
Commissioner "imith moved that Corn- In the interest of building a greater
missioner Wimberly's resignation be accept- facility, would you in Port St. Joe and
ea by the City Council. This was seconded Gulf County be interested in joining Frank-
by Commissioner Tharpe and uponi a vote lin in expanding the use of the Apalachicola
there were ayes four, nas none. Airport facilities to serve our areas jointly:
Commissioner Ranimey stated that it This thought has been mentioned here
was possibly the will of tihe people of Port and since our two cities ill soon be closer
St. Joe that ai local businessman be ap- together possibly you could jointly use our
pointed by members of the City Council to Airport to mutual advantage.
serve the unexpired term of Commissioner It is understood that two city Airports
Wimberly, and moved that Mr. Gordon and even tri City Airports are not unknown
Hallmark be appointed. This was seconded i to small town areas in this nation.
by Commissioner Tnharpe and upon a vote
there were ayes four, nays none.
Mayor Sharit stated that if any one of
the citizens present wished to speak to tihe
City Council on business of any nature
would be heard at this time.
Mr. W. P. Gilbert, local contractor stated NOW IS TH
that he was speaking on behalf of the local
licensed builders with reference to a pro-
posed building and zoning code for the
City of Port St Joe. Mr. Gilbert stated
that he would like to see the City adopt
a new building and zoning ordinance: Ma-
yor Sharit stated that he would like to be
allowed time to study contents of the new
proposed building and zoning code as had
been prepared by the City Attorney, and
also take into consideration the estimated
cost to the City for preparation of this code,
and recommended to the Council to make
no direct commitments with reference to
spending the taxpayer's money in prepara-
tion of a building and zoning code at .this
particular rtime. This recommendation was
agreeable with the other Council members.
Mayor Sharit stated that he was in receipt
of a letter from Mr. W. L. Tharpe, requesting
that the local Parept-Teachers Association
be allowed to use the park area.across from
the Motel St. Joe for the annual Hallo- /
we'en Carnival to be held on October 29,
1955. The Mayor further stated that mem- W S o
bers of the Parent-Teachers Association had
asked permission to use one string of the W 6
City's Christmas lights. The City Council
agreed to this request and directed the
City Clerk to advise Mr. Tharpe accord-
ingly. Lay-A-Way any item in ou
The City Clerk presented a plat of Unit Lay-A-Way any item in ou
Lo. 8, St. Joseph's Addition to the City
of 'ort St Joe, ?itl" .6l,.L ;,r plte stack up to
Smith moved to appio i.: pri.;..st..ck r t$50.00 f
of St. Joseph's addition I.. i.. r- .
Port St. Joe. Florida, Unit No. 8 and au- Christmas gift for only -
thorize the Mayor-Commissioner and City
Auditor and Clerk to execute the approval
on behalf of the City and submit proposed
plat to the Board of Coiunty Commissioners,.
Gulf County, Florila .. r" .. I -
This was seconded by (. i.........
and upon a vote there were ayes four, nays
none.
Thle Ciyt Clerk read aloud the following
letter. /
Port St. Joe, Florida
City of Port St. Joe September 9, 1955JEW ELRY and
Port St. Joe, Florida
Gentlemneis:
I have acquired property on Monument Phone 7-7311
Avenue formerly occupied by "The White
Spot" this being Lots 1 and 3, block 23


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With the early cotiplption o0 the Apalh-
chicola-St. Joe Cut-off we expect to bring
the Airport some eight (8) miles closer to
Port St. Joe.
No doubt a better Airport could Be main-
tained with you in Gulf working shoutldet
to shoulder to us in Franklin to keep apace
with the demands. Together, possibly Na-
tional Airlines would put us on their sche-
duled flights in the near future.
Please give this matter your considera-
tion and advise.
Cordially and respectively,
/s/ C. H. Bourke Floyd
Senator 5th
Mayor Sharit recommended that the City
Clerk acknowledge receipt of this letter
and advise Senator Floyd that it is the
understanding of the Port St. Joe City
Council that this Airport property has been
sold. The Recommendation was agreeable
with other Council members.
The City Clerk presented statements on
the City Water Department, General COty
Account, and Municipal Hospital, represent-
ing the present financial condition of the
City and estimated financial condition at
the end of the City Fiscal year, December
31, 1955. After a careful explanation of
the statements by the Mayor and study of
same by the other Council members, Mayor
Sharit recommended to the City Council to
stay within present budget appropriations
when at all possible.
Mayor Sharit stated that he had con-
tacted the Gulf County School Board through
Mr. Tom Owens, Superintendent of Gulf
County Schools with reference to sewer
line extension to the Port St. Joe High
School. The Mayor further stated that the
School Board had agreed to lend the City
of Port St. Joe $5,000.00 with no interest
charge for a period of five years, payments
on the loan to be $1,000.00 each year
with further agreement that the full amount
of the Port St Joe High School water and
sewer account be credited. each month ap-
p:icable to the loan, the City making pay-
ment of the remaining balance of $1,000.00
each year to the Gulf County School Board
at the end of each year after deduction of
the total high school water bills. The Mayor
recommended that the Council authorize the
City of Port St. Joe to negotiate the, loan
of $5,000.00 wih the Gulf County School
Board on the above basis. Whereupon Com-
missioner Tharpe moved that the Mayor-
Commissioner and City Auditor and Clerk
be authorized to negotiate a loan of $5,000.
with the Gulf County School Board on behalf
of the City of Port St. Joe. This was sec-
onded by Commissioner Ramsey and upon
a vote there were ayes four, nays none.
Mayor Sharit stated that lihe had been
contacted with reference to the City ex-
tending water connections to the new St.
Joseph's Additi6n, Unit No. 8 to the City
of Port St, Joe, and that approximately
1200 feet of water pipe would be required
to make the connection. After a discussion
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ifilking the water lifit extensiott, Conimif-
Sioner Smith moved that when the City put-
chased the required pipe to purchase new
four-inch cast iron pipe This was seconded
by Commissioner Ramsey and upon a vote
there were ayes four, nays none.
The City. Council discussed means of col-
lecting sofae of the Accounts Receivable
existing on the Municipal Hospital records.
Attorney Costin advised that Accounts Re-
ceivable be screened after a certain length
of time and after each screening of ac-
counts to turn those on a delinq itat sta as
into Small Claims Court.. This .-.,ethod of
handing unpaid Hospital accounts was
agreeable with the City Council. The City
Council directed that the City Attorney be
authorized to prepare the necessary forms
oi notice to be mailed to persons who -be-
come delinquent in payment of Hospital
accounts, before thle accounts are to be
turned into Small Claims Court.
Mayor Sharit stated that a letter of ap-
plication from Mr. Max W. Kilbourn, offer-
ing his services as a building and zoning,
inspector for the City of Port St. Joe had
been previously submitted to the City
and was still on file. The Mayor recom-
mended that no action be taken on this
matter.- This recommendation was agreeable
with -other Council members.
Mayor Sharit stated to the Council that
Mr. Carson Green had been previously em-
ployed at the Municipal Hospital as Hos-
pitad Administrator. Tho Maivor recommend-
ed that Mr. Grc i.. 111 to exercise
full authority at i i I ,itjJ in adminis-
trative managemi.[ .. ii-r,.' .-i the Hospi-
tal. The Mayor i..1 '..1 .. if ie had
exercised full ,,;.;.r, ,: ...iority at
the Hospital ..... .. i, 1 by the
City. Mr. Green stated that upon his em-
ployment by the City he nas asked by
certain City Officials to retain certain Hos-
pital personnel. Commissioner Ratsey
moved that Mr. Green be retained as Hos-
pital Administrator with full authority in
administrative management- operations, and
to furnish daily records to be available to
the City Commission, and at ite end of a
period of three months thatlthe Oity Coun-
oil look into the adnfinistrative affairs at
the Hospital and ,.: ....r..n, or advise fu-
ture policies as o i.. ii ., I management.
The above motion was seconded by Commis-
sioner Tharpe and upon a- vote there were
ayes Commissioners Tharpe, Ramsey and
Mayor Sharit. N.. C -. ;... Smith.
Mayor Sharit :.-:..r...I i all City
employees and department heads, before
making purchases, get ptrchlase orders
through the office of the O6ty Clerk, bear-
ing tie signature of the Cit. Clerk; this to
apply to all purchases other than grocery
and food supplies at thle iHospital, gasoline.
oil, and truck repairs to City vehicles, and
that all sales tickets and t invoices for truck
repairs be properly signed by the purchaser.
Commissioner Ramsey moyed that the afore-
mentioned recommendation of the Mayor be
approved. This was seconded by Commis-
sioner Tharpe and upon a,.yote there were
Ayes fpur, nays none.
Mayor Sharit stated if a recent drug
inventory at the Municipal Hospital had been
determined in the amount qf approximately
$11,000.00.
Mayor Sharit .t u0 tJ-i r r..: tM. .r. ,,s t
Ilospital Bankl ac.:.:..tr.r ,1.1 nort hr.:- .t-
pient funds to wzr ,i,r ri., 1n..n ..- .5 -
tal employees an- it.at thie- Fi-:.wtai ea
ployees had not ** r-. 11'F ',.* i .. r ..
ending October 15. I'.5f .- 5thereup-:,r. C'om-
missioner Smith -r.. I i .It I i ..: I '. ri.
nissioner an dCOi An it-if I 'l. i r.
authorized to tran-"fr suLL'ic;ner i.,n.i sf.,-m
other City accom r; r.. i11 .-..i,.
eting Account to -.:i i le i. i,, 1 ,-I .,.. _
to be paid for It.: I .- ., ,. r.,, ,,. r.
15, 1955, and tih t ,ls-. er. ,,..-t ,- t,-.:-.
on the transfer ,. i',,... r ,, ,-,,,I iI -,;.
Hospital payroll emergencies be applied
This was seconded by Commissioner Ram-
sey and upon a vote there were ayes four,
atys pone,
The City Clerk administered the oath
of office to newly appointed Commissioner
Gordon Hallmark as follows:


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State of Florida
County of Gulf
City of Port St. Joe
I, G. S. Hallmark, do solemnly swear
that T will support, protect and defend
the Constitution and Government of the
United States and of the State of Florida;
that I am duly qualified to hold office under
the Constitution of the State and the Char-
ter of the City of Port St: Joe, and that
I will well and faithfully perform the du-
ties of Commissioner of the City of Port
St. Joe on which I am now about to enter.
So help me God.
/s/ G. S. Hallmark
Sworn and subscribed to before me this
hl(li day of October A D., 1955.
/s/ RIt. W. Henderson
City Auditor and Clerk
City of Port St. Joe, Fla.
There being no further business Commis-
sioner Smith moved to adjourn. This was
seconded by Commissioner Tharpe and upon
a vote on adjournment there were ayes
four, nays none.

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY, FLA.
IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
E. C. PRIDGEON, SR.,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGED OF ADMINISTRATOR
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that I have filed
my final returns as Administrator of the
estate of E. C Prid_-,n Sr., deceased; that
I have filed my .1,... for final discharge,
and that I will apply to the Honorable J. E.
Pridgeon, County .nudge of Gulf C untv,
Florida, on November 28, 1955, for ap-
proval of same and for order of .1: 1.-..,
as administrator of the estate i .
I'ridgeon, Sr., deceased.
October 20, 1955.
/s/ E. C. Pridgeon, ,r.
Administrator of Estate of
I. C. Pridgeon, Sr, Deceased.
/s/ Cecil G. Costing, Jr. 4t-10-27
Attorney for Administrater
Date of first pUblication: October 27, 1955

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Appearing in the August issue of Tarpon Springs, or 'Florida's
of The Furman University Maga- RenaissanceP" which recalls the
zinu is ihe following: heartbreak of the land speculations
ALUMNA POET WRITES OF of the 1920's, stirs genuine response
FLORIDA HISTORY 'i all who know Florida. A ballad
Louise Messina Porter, (Mrs.' like "Where His Majesty's Ship,
JNed S.) X-'27), is the author of' The Fox, Was Cast Away", conveys
a book of historical poetry, "Pasqua directly the excitement -which the
Florida", recently published by author must have felt in handling
Dorrance and Company as part of a 1798 map where 'X' marked the
its Contemporary Poets Series. spot.
In reviewing the book of verse, Mrs. Porter and her publishers
Meta Eppler Gilpatrick (Mrs. D. are to be commended highly for a
H.) associate professor of English book which expresses such genuine
at the University, comments that love of 'My own, my native land'.
the book's subject matter of Flor- Mrs. Porter complete dthe senior
ida history and legend is "present- course of English, Journalism, (Eng-
ed with evident devotion." lish 6) with second high class hon-
The reviewer describes the poems ors, at Furman University, in 1923,
as "ranging from a single stanza while a freshman student at Green-
to -the long opening poem "Ponce ville Woman's College, Greenville,
de Leon's Fountain of Youth", as S. C."
"Making use of traditional verse The Springfield (Mass.) -Republi-
patterns for the most part. Many can gives notice to "Pasqua Flor-
of the poems suggest the Sonnet ida".
Form, though Mrs. Porter seems to PASQUA FLORIDA
prefer a ten or twelve versed stanza A choice combination of history
and does not limit herself to the and artistry is "Pasqua Florida"
rigid Sonnet Rhyme scheme. (Dorrance; $2.50) by Louise M.
iSuch a poem as "Lace of Eterni- Porter.
ty", telling of the Sponge Industry The basis of this series of poems



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is Florida's historical, heritage, and
not only is 'Pasqua Florida" illum-
inmated poetry but it Is also sound
history.
Of unusual beauty are the poems
"iSuwannee Sings to Stephen Fos-
ter" and "Lace of Eternity" which
tells the story of Tarpon Springs.
Appealing, too, is "When the River
Was King" in which the old river-
boats are brought back to life."


Highland View G. A.'s
Meet At Church Monday

The Highland View Baptist
,Church Junior G. A.'s met at the


First Baptist WMS Hears
Royal Service Program

The Royal Service program for
the month was given at the church
Monday at 3:00 p.m. by circle No.
1 of the First Baptist WMS with
36 present.
Mrs. Ralph Nance was in charge.
The singing of "I Love Thy King-
dom, Lord" opened ths meeting.
The devotional was brought by
Mrs. Emory Robertson, taken from
Matt. 28:1-8. Topic of the program
was, "Come Women-They Came
In Bible Days".
Those who were on the program
and developed the following parts,
'"Come Women Today", by Mrs. W.
J. Belin; "Come, Wide Proclaim"
by Mrs. W. I. 'Carden; "Come Fol-
low in Their Train", rMrs. Albert
Blackburn; '"Come Clasping Chil-
dren's Hands" by Mrs. W. 0. Nich-
ols; "Come, Your Love Outpour"
and "Come, Sisters From Many
Lands", by ,Mrs. (Ralph Nance and
"Come, Christ Your Reward Shall
Speak" by Mrs. Milton Chafin.
The watch word was repeated in
unison. The new year song was
'sung, "The Kingdom is Coming".
Prayer was offered by Mrs. J. 0.
Baggett.
It was planned to nave mission
study, finishing the .book, "World
Within A World" taught by the pas-
tor on the fifth Monday at the
church, beginning at 11:00 a.m.
with a covered dish luncheon at 12
noon, reconvening at 1:00 p.m. The
meeting is to be dismissed at 2:00
p.m.
Mrs. W. J. Herring closed the
meeting with prayer.


church Monday for their regular
meeting with eight members pres-
ent. The vice-president, Linda Faye
Keels was in charge of the meet-
ing. The devotional -was taken from
Psalm 10:3-14. The program was
"Women Were Missionaries In Bi-
ble Times".
Those taking part were Cookie
Richards, Pinky Whitfield, Sarah
Katherine Cumbie, Linda Faye
Keels and Libby Adams.
After the program the group dis-
u.ssed plans for community mis-
sions for next week.
The meeting was dismissed with
prayer by Pinky Whitfield.


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"Horse Cocktails" Gone
Ailing horses often used to get a
The WMS. will meet in circles W out of -life, before modern
next week as follows: sence came along with fancy pill
,Circle 1 with Mrs. W. J. Belin, and wonder-working drugs. Some
Monday at 3:00 p.m. veterinarians of the horse-and-
'Circle 2 with Mrs. J. D. Lane, buggy d a y s considered "rum,
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TuCirle 3 with Mrs. E. J. claret, champagne. stout, ale, and,
Circle 3 with Mrs. E. J. Rich, lager beer as particularly useful in
Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. Ifg the recovery-of sick horses."
Circle 4 with Mrs. Emory Ste- oaay, penicillin, sulfa drugs, and
phens, Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. vitamin-mineral tonics have largely
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'Circle 6 with Mrs. J. 0. Baggett
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her, that they are safe with her.
But are they safe with her? Are
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passed. on to your children? Are
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Ed Bobbitt, Bob Munn, Jerry Bu-
chert, Norman Buchert, Michael'
Munn, Betty Ward, Bobby Ward,
Alex Gaillard and the Rev. Tom
Miller. Miss Hazel Burnette, YPSL
Director, had charge of the arrange-
ments.


director, from Tallahassee. Follow- -
ing the Communion service, the HILL NOW STATIONED
group retired to the Parish House AT FORT SAM HOUSTON, TEX.'
where the meeting was held. Peter FORT SAM HOUISTON, TEX.-
Lee, president of the Diocesian Army Lt. Col. Darwin M. Hill,
Youth Commission of Pensacola whose wife, Johnnie Mae, lives in
spoke briefly to the group about Port St. Joe, and is now assigned.
the plans for this year's work and to the medical Field Service School. ij
discussed with them several mat-
ter of business. Colonel Hill an administrative
tes of business. officer at the school, last served
Following the business meeting with the 20th Station Hospital in
members were divided into discus- Europe.
sion groups, i A veteran of more than 19 years'
After the luncheon hour, a rec- h rci
creation period of dancing, and Army duty, he has received the
a er .o n European-African-Middle Eastern
games were enjoyed. The meeting .. .. ..
was dismissed with a prayer by Campaign Ribbon, the American
Jerry Buchert. Defense Service Medal and the
Jerry Bucert Army of Occupation Medal for ser-
From Quincy was the Rev. Wil- vice in Germany.r
liam Anderson, Beth Hanley, Char- v
lotte Lester, Madeline Taylor and 'P
Jeff Bastick; from Tallahassee "sassp p
were Norma Lee Keys, Barbara pus sopsu. tq peac ,sep qpoo
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looking forward to the trip and have
CAMPBELLS ENTERTAIN promised to .make -every effort to
AT DINNER PARTY make.it one of our best for the'
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Campbell en- year," he stated.
tertained members of the Saturday Mannoni said that the band show
night dinner club in their home. would involve a number of intri-
on Hunter's Circle, Saturday eve-. cate formations and "probably 20
ling at 8 p.m. Attractive arrange- different tunes". Such a perform-
nents of bronze and gold chrysan- ance will provide ample opportun-
themums were used in the living ity to display .their versatile mu-
room and dining room. sical talent and precision march-
Attending were 20 members of ing drills.
the club. 'The Dixie Darlings, directed by
Mrs. Pat Hooker,' who formerly
Throat Irritations can come from had charge of Pensacolaa's Twirl-
your spine.-See a Chiropractor. ettes, will stage two or more of
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Major Kenneth Sasser of Pen.sa-
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Dot May of Newton, Beverly Mc-
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of Pensacola.
Leading the lovely Darlings thru,
their paces will be Captains Ann
Miller 'and Carolyn Cochran, both
of Lucedale, anal Lieutenants Ann


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Fragrant rose petals are easily crystallized and make a truly glam-
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BURGUNDY BIRTHDAY CAKE


1 package angel food mix
Burgundy frosting
1 cups-shredded coconut
Crystallized rose petals
Mint Leaves
Prepare angel food mix as di-
rected on package. Pour part of
batter into an ungreased 1-quart
heat-resistant mixing bowl, filling
two-thirds full. Pour remaining
batter into an ungreased 10-inch
tube pan. Bake in moderate oven
(350F.) 30 to 35 minutes, or until
top springs back when pressed
lightly with finger. Cool cakes up-
side down in pan, propping edges
up from table.
Place the small round cake on a
circle of cardboard, covered with
waxed paper. Set this on top of
the tube cake. (The top tier can
'n be lifted off easily when cake
ady to be cut for serving.)
spread Burgundy Frosting over
entire cake, making swirls on top
and sides of top tier. Press coco-
nut into frosting around sides of


bottom tier. Arrange crystallized
rose petals and mint leaves at base
of upper tier and on top of cake.
Surround cake with small candles,
if desired.
Burgundy Frosting: Prepare
your favorite recipe for Seven-
Minute Frosting, using 2 egg
whites and substituting V cup
Burgundy wine for the water.
Omit vanilla. Tint frosting with a
few drops of red coloring.
Crystallized Rose Petals: Select
highly scented fresh roses (pref-
erably dark red). Wash well. Re-
move petals and drain. Then
remove white pulpy base of petals.
Beat egg white until slightly
foamy. Dip small pastry brush (or
use fingers) in egg white and
brush both sides of petals well. Be
sure that no surplus egg white re-
mains on petals, but that both
sides are moist. Sift granulated
sugar on both sides of petals. Place
petals on tray and store in refrig-
erator until dry.


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JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY
TO TOUR HALLOWE'EN NIGHT
The Junior Honor Society of the
Port St. Joe High School will tour
the town Hallowe'en night and in
place of the usual "Trick or Treat"
will 'solicit clothes,- food or money
for needy people.
The Society asks ,your coopera-
tion in this drive.


Albert Davis.
Mrs. Archie Floyd urged all pres-
ent to attend 'he mission institute'
to be in Pana.iaa City on Novem-
ber 15 to hedr Mrs. McMurry the
WM.U mission study chairman of
the Southern Baptist convention.
The program chairman, Mrs. Ho-
mer Echols, brought a talk from
Royal 'Service on the domestic
school by Mrs. Kate White.
The meeting was closed with a
prayer by Mrs. Edna Floyd.

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HALLOWEEN me,-.ns mischief..
unless, of course, there's a treat
in store for the masked intruders
When hungry little ghosts and
witches knock upon your door, how
about surprising them with a treat
to fit the holiday? One whiff of
freshly-baked Halloween Doughnuts
will tempt the most mysterious
witch. And your cooking fame will
spread- for miles around.
The trick to making Halloween
Doughnuts use condensed to'
mato soup for the liquid! It gives
them a cheerful orange color and
blends delightfully with the "sugar
'n spice 'n everything nice" that
goes into the recipe.
Pass big cupfuls of homemade
2ider to sip with the doughnuts.
Nnd for real fun, string apples from
above ind see who can eat his
apple without tearing the string.
No hands allowed in this game!
Here's the recipe for those dough.
nuts that are perfect for Halloween,
bewitching anytime!
Halloween Doughnuts
6 cups sifted 1 teaspoon salt
flour 2 eggs
2 tablespoons 1 cup sugar
baking powder % cup melted
1 tablespoon shortening
cinnamon 1 can (1% cups)
1 teaspoon condensed
nutmeg tomato soup
1 teaspoon cloves Fat for frying
Sift dry ingredients together.
Beat eggs and sugar until thick and
fluffy; add shortening and tomato
soup. Stir into dry ingredients until
well blended. Turn the rather stiff
dough onto floured board; roll to
/%-inch thickness; cut with dough-
nut cutter. Slip doughnuts into
shortening (360 F.) and fry about
2 minutes on each side. Drain on
absorbent paper. Dust with pow-
d3red or granulated sugar. Makes
F about 40 dou:hinuts. F::S


Port St. Joe Young Peoples' Ser-
vice League of St. James' Episco-
pal Church was host to District
Four annual meeting of Young
Peoples' Service Leagues of the
Episcopal Church, Saturday.
The meeting opened with Holy
Communion at 9:30 conducted by
the Rev. Harry B. Douglas, youth


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Baptist WMS Circle 3 I o tball Fans Can See College Game Highland View Circle Long Avenue Baptist
Meets With Mrs. Baggett ootb Fans Ce C I Meets With Mrs. Roney Circle 2 Meets Oct. 18

Circle 6 of the First Baptist WMS And "Dixie Darlings" In This Area The Willa Dean Lowery Circle Circle 2 of ,the Long Avenue Bap-
met with Mrs. J. 0. Baggett Mon- -of the Highland View Baptist tist Women's Missionary Society
day at 3:00 p.m. I Football fans in this area will Bond of Moss Point and Kay Cren- Church met Tuesday afternoon in had its meeting October 18, at the
The devotional was brought by have a chance to preview the half- shaw of Haittiesburg. the home of Mrs. Nora Lee Roney home of Mrs Joe Wilkie.
Mrs. C. A. McClellan from the 23rd time shows of the upcoming Senior Miss Cochran, a shapely sopho- with, eight members present and Mrs. Joe Ferrell, the new chair-
Psalm. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Bowl and Blue and Gray all-star ore, is currently reigning as Miss one visitor. man, started the program "Come
Joe Bracewell. football games during the Mississ- Mississippi. She recently took part The chairman, Mrs. Ruth Har- Women, Wide Proclaim". Those
The circle elected officers and ippi Southern-Florida State "B" in the Miss America Contest held buck, presided over the meeting,.who had parts were: Mrs. Ross
chairmen for the new year, as fol- game scheduled in Panama City on in Atlantic City. The scripture reading was taken Bateman, Mrs. Grady Player, Mrs.
lows: Mrs. Joe Bracewell, chair-' Saturday night, October 29. In addition to their half time from passages in Joel, Genesis, P. B. Fairley, Jr., Mrs. H. L. Ford,
man; Mrs. Charles Gill, assistant' It was announced this week that In addition to their halime pre- Proverbs, Jeremiah, Matthew, and Mrs. Joe McLeod, Mrs. W. D. Sykes.
chairman; Mrs. Bill Rich. secretary Mississippi 'Southern f ab ul ous sensation, th eSouthern group will Luke. Mrs. Joe Ferrell closed the pro-
and treasurer; Mrs. Otis Pyle, pro- marching band and its renowned be featured in a dftntown parade The first verse of the WMU song gram with prayer.
gram chairman; Mrs. Roy Irwin, drill team-the Dixie Darlings--had Saturday afternoon preceding the followed the scripture lesson. In the business meeting, Mrs.
community missions chairman; accepted invitations to appear in a The chairman named the.follow- Grady Player read the list of new
Mrs. E. JJ. Rich, children's home the Blue-Gray classic in Montgom- ..__ ing officers of the circle follow officer, who were elected: co-chair-
chairman; Mrs. C. A. Mcllell~an, ery on December 31 and also in the When Frace II uing officers of :the circle as follows officers who were elected: co-chair-
chairman; Mrs. C. A. McClellan, ery on December 31 and also in the When F hrnace hodIcsairma MrRuthk c- man, Mrs. Joe McLeod; secretary.
mission study; Mrs. George Mont- Senior Bowl tilt at Mobile on Jan- Because the household rpu chairman, Mrs. RuthHaruck; co- Mrs. Joe Wilkie; treasurer Mrs.
gomery, publicity; Mrs. Fred Mad- uary 7. room frequently houses the furnace. .chairman, Mrs. Clinton Peterson; Grady Player; program chairman,
dox, social and flowers and Mrs. Through -the auspices of the Pan- the demand has developed for fare secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Ro- Mrs. H. L. Ford; mission study
naces with exterior jackets that are
J. 0. Baggett, stewardship. ama City Quarterback Club, the 140- as colorful and attractive as furni- ney; program chairman, Mrs. Ho- chairman, Mrs. James T. McNeill;
The mission study at the church member 'Southern organization, at- 'ture. Foe" the purpose, industrial mer Echols; mission" study, Mrs. community missions, Mrs. Joe Alli-
for next Monday was announced, be- ed by many experts as the top finish engineers have developed spe- Clayton Coker; community nmis- good; war relief, Mrs. W. D. Sykes;
ginning at 11 a.m. when the re- 'show' band in the South, will pre- cial finishes in striking colors which ion, Mr. Richard; stewardshiphaildren's home, Mrs. P. B. Fair
mainder of the book, "World With- sent the half-time program for the resist heat, scratching and marring d publicity, s. Richards; stewardship haildrens home, Mrs. P. B. Fairman,
and are easy to keep clear, and publicity, Mrs. E. R. DuBose, ley, Jr.; young peoples chairman,
in A World" will. be taught by Rev. October 29 grid tilt. children's home, Mrs. Hugh Parker; iMrs. N. G. Martin; prayer chairman
C. Byron Smith. Lunch will be Dr. Raymond Mannoni, director foster and social chairman, Mrs. Mrs. P. B. Fairley, Sr.; publicity
served at 12 noon and the meeting of the bands, said this week that chairman, rMs. Ross Bateman; so-
will be dismissed at 2 p.m. Every a spectacular show is being devel- cial' chairman, Mrs. Philip Lewis.
member is urged to be present. oped for presentation in Panama After the business meeting, re-
The hostess served a fruit salad City. "Details of the program will Party Cake Deluxe freshments were served to the ten
plate with cold drinks to those be announced later but the band members present and the visitor,
present durinin the social period. and Dixie Darling members are Mrs. John Core.







T.LA OCTO.ER.2. 1


NEWS FROM
Highland View
By MARTHA RAY

Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Worley and
family of Graceville visited Mr.
Worley's sister and family, Mrs. L.
H. Kelly.
Mrs. Bill Lee and Mrs. Dan Hat-
field, Sr., spent a few -days with
their children, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Hatfield, Jr., of Montgomery, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Douglas and
daughter, Mary Ann, spent the
week end with Mr. Douglas' bro-
ther and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Douglas of Fort Walton.
Gene Adkins is spending a few
days with his mother, Mrs. H. B.
Williams of Fort White.
,P. G. Strange and Chris Strange
visited their brother, W. T. Strange
who in the W. T. Edwards Hospital
of Tallahassee.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chestnut and
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chestnut visited
their son and brother, J. R. Chest-
nut of acon, Ga.
Mrs. W. P. Coleman and Mr. and
Mrs. Amos Stanley spent the day
visiting friends and relatives in
Hosford.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Patterson and
daughter, Patsy spent the week
end visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary
Henderson of Westville.
PFC. Willie Carr returned to Fort
Benning, Ga., after a 30 day leave
He has been visiting his mother,
Mrs. B. A. Peters and his wife, Mrs.
Henriatte Carr.
Mrs. Annie L. Pitts, Mrs. Shirley
Zarbynka and Mrs. Robert Raffield
motored to Panama City on busi-
ness.
Mrs. Willie Enfinger, spent a
week in Fort Walton, visiting with
Mrs. Willard Cooper and son.
Mrs. Luther Christmas and bro-
ther, E. H. Pridgeon and Mrs. E.
B. Pridgeon motored to Fitzgerald,"
Ga.
Rev. Fred McIntosh and Rev[ H.
A. Miles and W. C. Miles motored
to Panama City on business.
Mrs. A. B. Pratt and Miss Margie
Rogers motored to Panama City
Tuesday on business.
The PTA is sponsoring a Hallo-
we'en Carnival at the Highland
View Elementary School Friday,.
Oct. 28 at 5 p.m. Each class will
sponsor a booth. They will be sell-
ing hot dogs, cold drinks, cold
plates, homemade cakes and pies.
There will also be :a- hke walk.
Bridal Shower
Mrs. B. A. Peters honored her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Henriette
Carr with a bridal shower, Friday,
October 21 at 7:'30 p.m.
Those attending were Mrs. Doris
Barker, Jack Richter, Archie Rich-
ter, Anita Hixson, Jaqueline Gray,
B. A. Peters, Alma Fant, Easter
Skipper and Martha Ray. Sending
gifts, were Mrs. Maude Levens, L.
H. Kelly, Easter Pettis, Henry Mil-
ler,' David Worthington, Mack Peel,
Anne B. Davis and Ida Brock.




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3 minutes. Ready to be poured over
hamburgers, saved-over roast beef,
quick-cook rice, mashed potatoes
(maybe frozen), or whole potatoes
(perhaps canned). Here are "gravy.
glorified" menus for quick meals.
Hot -Beef Sandwiches with Gravy
Tomato-Lettuce Salad
Fresh Peaches with Cream
Icebox Cookies
Iced Tea
*Corned Beef Hash Patties
Pear and Cottage Cheese Salad
Buttered Hard Rolls
Carrot and Celery Sticks
Strawberry Shortcake
*.,fnaode
S*CorneJ I 'sht Patties: Slicm
corned beet -; (1-pound can)
into 4 patties: brown onboth side,
in 2 tablespoons shortening. Heal
a cann (1'! cups) heef gravy: serve
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'Games were played and prizes were
given to the following: Mrs. Doris
Baker and Mrs. Henriette Carr.
Refreshments were cokes, salad,
coffee and crackers.
The Highland View YWA met
with Mrs. Floyd on October 24. The
meeting was called, to order by the
president. Old and new business
was discussed. The nursery is o
be kept next Monday for the WMU
by the YWA. All girls are to try to
be there. The program was then
given by Betty Jo McCormick and
Mrs. Floyd. The meeting was clos-
ed with prayer. Refreshments were
then served ,by Mrs. Floyd.
Bridal Shower
Mrs. Ruth Bishop honored her
. daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jeanette Col-
lingsworth with a bridal shower,
Monday, Oct. 24, at the home of
Mrs. Gracie Dunlap, Attending the
affair were Misses Kathline Colling-
sworth, Bobby Bishop, Dauhrice and
Marilyn Keel, Helen Norris, Zola
Ray, Carolyn Thomas, iSue and Sib-
ble Wicker, Louise Rushing, Fran-
ces Casey, Mrs. Carrie LaGar, Myr-
tle Bishop, Christine Dunlap, Lucy
Raffield, Nell Raffield, Valline Tho-
mas, Ida Brock and Floyd Casey.
Those sending gifts were Misses
Mary Gladys Ingram, Marie Smith,
Mel'ba Dean Armstrong, Jeanette
Armstrong, .Sonjia Raffield and
Mrs. Betty McArdle and Ruby Hill. '
Games were played, prizes were
giyen to the following Mrs. NellI


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Raffleld, Jeanette Collingsworth. served.
Refreshments served were cokes,
muffins and sandwiches.
Birthday Party
Mrs. Jim Godwin honored herx
daughter Joyce and son, Jimmy,
with a birthday party, Saturday,
October 22. Attending were Gwen
Duval, Delwyn, Wayne and Paula
Corbitt, Dewayne Burch, Patricia
and Linda Fay Davis, Janice and
Margaret Player, Geraldine Camp-
bell, Rosie Lee and James E. and
Robert Keel, Larue and Billy
Wayne Lee, Sandra, Ray, Edward
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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

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PORT ST. JOE, FLA.


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE. GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


PAGE TEN


THURDAYOCTBER 7,,1965


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THE STAR, POR1 *I. JUt, uuLr UUUNTY, PLORIDA -PAGE ELEVEN


CLASSIFIED ADS


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pliances.' 213 Reid Avenue, Phone
291. WE BUY AND SELL. tfc
Keys Made While You Wait


FOR RENT 35c EACH
FOR RENT: Furnished bedrooms BICYCLE PARTS
and apartments. David's Motel, WESTERN AUTO
202 Monument Ave., Phone 9-9161. RelI Parts and Repairs
FOR RENT: Furnished cottages BICYCLES and LAWN MOWERS
and apartments at Beacon Hill. repaired. Jake Gavin. 7th St.,
Reasonable monthly rates. Can be Highland View. tfcl0-13.
occupied year around. Call Mrs. C. i r'GE NOTICES
E. Thompson, BAll 7-5074. Costin's > G OIE
Cottages. 8tp9-29 WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
FOR RENT: Rooming house and THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
FOR RENT: Rooming house and hird Monday nights
cafe combined with store facili- I first and third Monday nhts
ties. See T._H. Stone. tfcl0-6 00 p m.. American Legion Home
FOR RENT: Nicefurnished apart- MSONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- Por. St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular
ment. Also separate bedroom, meetings 2nd and 4th Fri
M-s. A. M. Jones. tfcl0-6 lays eact month, 8:00 p. m.
FOR SALE Members urged to attend;
-- siting brothers welcome. W. L.
FOR SALE: Nice 2-bedroom house .;rdan, W. M.; R. H. Trawick,
on three choice lots in Oak Grove.
Only $4,500. Listed exclusively with secretaryy.
FRANK HANNON ,^' RIT4N LODGE No. 40, 1. 0
Registered Real Estate Broker 0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs.
Phone 7-3491 211 Reid Ave. jay. 7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hall. Al
Port St. Jo, men-bers urged to attend: visiting
Port St. Joe, Fla. rethren invited. H. H. Shirley, N.
SEE OUR Avon Christmas line. '., Alden Ferris, Secretary.
For a demonstration in your
home, Phone 7-3014, Mrs. L. Z. R., A. M.-Regular convocation of
Henderson. Itp j J..oa. Chanter No. 56, R. A.


FOR SALE: Upright piano. Good
'condition. $150. Mrs. Mazorol.,
phone 7-5611. 2tp
FOR SALE: Good Mahan pecans.
50c lb., A. H. Matthews, Phone
7-2022. 2tp
WANTED: 500 new charge ac-
counts. Your credit is good at
Thames Jewelry and Watch Re-
pairs. 10-27-tfc


M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
I lng companions welcome. Jimmy
Greer, High Priest; H. R. Mdlge,
secretary.
LOYAL ORDER
OF MOOSE
Meeting night ev
ery other Monday
Meetings at Moos.
Hall, 310 Fourth ,Q


MAN WANTED for Rawleigh Busi-
ness in Gulf County. No exper- PORTST. JOE ELEMENTARY
ience needed to start. See A. E. SCHOOL LUNCH ROOM MENU
Addison, 262 Springfield St., Pan-
ama City or write Rawleigh's Dept. Monday, October 31
101-0, Memphis, Tenn. 3tp-10-20 Vienna sausage, collard greens,
SPECIAL SERVICES sliced tomatoes, corn bread, butter,
milk and cookie.
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE- Tuesday, November 1
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li-
censed electrical contractor. All 'Scalloped ham and potatoes,
kinds electric and refrigeration blackeye peas with snaps, carrot
service and installation. Phone sticks, wheat bread, butter, stewed
STOP AND SWAP-Headquarters prunes, milk.
for your used furniture and ap Wednesday, November 2


Chicken and rice, buttered peas,
lettuce and tomato salad, white
bread,-butter and milk.
Thursday, November 3
Lima beans, turnip greens, tossed
salad, corn bread,' butter and milk.
Friday, November 4
Oven fried ocean perch fillets,
buttered spinach, pickled 'beets and
onion rings, roll, butter, orange and
milk.


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THE COLOSSUS OF
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250 WILD ANIMALS* LA FORMS *
15. ELEPHANTS 15 Troupe Champions of
-5000 SEATS 5000 the Flying Trapeze
$1,700,000 INVESTED LOL ITA *
Dancing Queen
$7,400 Daily Exn"o -'" 7 f the Tight Wire
TWICE DAILY 2 & 8 P. M. ORS OPEN
a BACK TO PRE-WAR PRICES *
ADULTS $1.18 CHILDREN 55c
ALL TICKETS PLUS TAX '


Bees, Livestock Are Chief Items On

Farms In Jackson, Gulf County Area


TALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT
Bees, livestock and farm crops
keep outstanding farm families
from Jackson and Gulf counties
busy.
he bees are found on the farm
of J. A. Whitfield, whose family
was chosen as Gulf County's most
outstanding farm family.
Most of the farm crops and live-
stock are found on the Jackson
County farm of James I. Ditty, an-
other outstanding' farm family se-
lection.
These and other outstanding
farm families from The Big Bend
will be special guests at the North
Florida Fair which began on Octo-
ber 25. They will be hpnored at a
special luncheon Saturday.
Ditty, who lives with his wife,
Ethel, daughter Jean Amanda, 5,
and two sons, James, 13, and John
Arthur, 9, handles 250 acres of land,
200 of it in cultivation.
The Ditty family 'produces a
whopping 90 per dent of all its own
food, including eggs, milk and gar-
den vegetables. They are well liked
in their community, where Ditty is
a deacon in the Baptist Church and ;
his wife is a Sunday School teacher.
'Living with modern appliances,
including electric churns and mix-
ers, they raise principle crops of
peanuts, corn and cotton. They also
tend 30 head of beef cattle, 125 hogs
and 50 chickens. They have one
dairy cow.
Last year, Ditty raised 60 bushels
of peanuts, 18 bVshels of corn and
300 pounds of cotton per acre.
'Mr. and IMrs. Ditty are natives of
Ala~bama who have lived in their
present community for the past 25
years.


being taken from Mattnew 14':22-
23 followed with prayer.
Mrs. J. L. Temple presented the
program, "The Place Where Thou
Standest". Mrs. Jones gave the
diary of the Bible. .Mrs. Roy Gib."
son chairman, presided during the
business session. During this time,
reports of all committee chairmen
were heard.
Monday, October 31 is the fifth
Monday of the month. All members
were urged to be present at the


-.-.-- ...church for an afternoon visitation.
Whitfield also has a complete set Refreshments were .served to he The meeting closed with the
of electric home appliances, includ- ten members and one visitor prior WS'GS benediction.
ing air conditioning units. to the meeting. ______ ______
His Tupelo and Amber honey are Mrs. Morgan Jones gave the de-, lis & on your printing is a sign of quality.
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PICNIC HAMS, Lb. FRESH PORK SHOULDERS------lb. 29c
Selected BEEF LIVER, b. C FRESH PORK SIDES ----------lb. 25c
Smokleed SLABEBCON, Lb. D END CUT PORK CHOPS --------lb. 39c
Smoked SLAB BACON, Lb. CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS -----lb. 49c
Western Branded White Meat FRESH PORK HAMS ---------lb. 39c



White Potatoes 10 Ibs. 15

SUGAR CURED GRADE "A"
SUNNYLAND HAMS: Ilb. 49c DRESSED FRYERS lb,39c

ROBIN HOOD OLEOMARGARINE ---------b. 19c
F L 0 U R 10 lbs. 83c FRESH GROUND BEEF ------4 Ibs. $1.00



No. 10 Jug ARMOUR SALAD OIL $1.29

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COFFEE lb. 89c ALL BRANDS
CANNED MILK 3 cans 39c
SKINLESS WEINERS lb.29c
PRINCE ALBERT

NECK BONES Ib.15c SMOKING TOBACCO can 10c


PIG FEET 3 lbs. 25c SOFT DRINKS 6 for 19c

PORK FAT No. 10 jug 95c ALL BRANDS SNUFF can 10c
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Whitfield and his wife Pearl, States and abroad.
have lived in Gulf County for' 34 His family is active in church
years. They have one daughter, and community work. He is a Ma-
Shirley, 25, and three sons, Ernest son and his wife is a member of the
K., 3,2, J. Kenneth, 30, and Alfred Order of Eastern Star.
L., 28. All four children have col- -- -
lege educations. WSCS Circle One Meets
Whitfield, who raises no farm In Home of Mrs. Sharit
crops but maintains 300 hogs, hasl
1,500 colonies of 'bees, producing Circle One of the Woman's So-
ab'out 125,000 pounds of honey and city of Christian Service met in
115,000 pounds of-bees wax annually,. the home of Mrs. J .L. Shfarit, Oc-
In addition to his electric work- tober 24 with Mrs. Roy Gibson,
shop, used to make bees' supplies. 'Sr., as hostess.


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Collins Says
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didate for governor. He said if
Collins doesn't have a four year
term i:n' doesn't rimn next year,
then lie 'V,. : >!;i': i' c ':i .
The uit as;k& i 6ory
judgment. which will interpret
clauses in the state Constitution
relating to the term of the governor
The Constitution provides a gov-
ernor who serves a regular four
year term can't succeed himself
in office but isn't clear about a
man who serves part of a term.


ATTEND HOUSE PARTY
IN TALLAHASSEE SATURDAY
Those attending G. A. houseparty
in Tallahassee over the week end
from the Long Avenue Baptisit
Church were Carolyn and Ruth
'Clark, Patricia Smith, Andrea
Martin, Lila Dickery, Mrs. W. P.
Dickery, counselor and Mrs. A. P.
Jackson.
Dauhrice Keel and June Coker at-
tended from Highland View.
-t
BROWNIE SCOUTS MEET
The Brownie Scouts met with
Celia Creech on October 19.
The hostesses were Celia Creech
and Shelly Coldewey. Plans were
made for the Hallowe'en parade
on October 29.
The next meeting is October 26.
HUNT-PADGETT
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hunt of Bir-
mingham, England, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Joy
to Carlton Padgett, son of Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Padgett of Port 'St. Joe.
The marriage will take place at
the First 'Baptist Church in this
city on November 11 at 5:30 p.m.
-----*---


discussed. It was announced by the
chairman that the November meet-
ing would be held in the home of
Mrs. Henry Ayers.
Other officers for the circle are
Mrs. B. 0. Garrett, treasurer and
Mrs. Ted Whitfield, secretary.

When Furnace Is "Furniture"
Because the household rumpus
room frequently houses the furnace.
the demand has developed for fur-
naces with exterior jackets that are
as colorful and attractive as furni-
ture. For the purpose, industrial
finish engineers have developed spe-
cial finishes in striking colors which
resist heat, scratching and marring
and are easy to keep clean.
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MILLEDGEVILIE, GA. The
first general leave has been an-
nounced by Colonel Ren A. Thorne,
President of Georgia Military Col-
lege for the Cadet Battalion.
The leave will start at noon
Friday and continue until Sunday
night at 10:'30 p.m. This leave
marks the end of the first six weeks
of the school year.
'Cadet IA. James B. Roberts, son
of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Roberts Is
one of the 61 Florida students who
will be getting leave.
Mid-quarter grades will be pre-
pared while the boys are on leave
and the grades will be given out
as soon as tabulation is completed.


Tricky Treats'For Spookey Parties!


Chocolate eyes, gumdrop mouth, toasted coconut whiskers
It's a,tricky hostess who lets her guests have a treat and eat it, ton'
What could be cuter at a party table than these Cat-Face Parfait
Tarts ... plump, bright-eyed and whiskers-proud? And what more de-
lightfully delicious than this combination of orange-flavored gelitin
and vanilla ice cream?
Cat-Face Parfait Tarts


1 package orange-flavored
gelatin
1 cup hot water
/4 cup quick-frozen concentrated
orange juice
Dissolve gelatin in hot water in
2-quart saucepan. Add. concen-
trated orange juice. Add ice cream
by spoonfuls, stirring until melted.
Then chill until thickened but not
set (10 to 20 minutes). Spoon into
tart shells. Chill until firm (15 to
25 minutes). Just before serving
arrange pastry ears, candies, and
coconut to make a cat face,


1 pint vanilla ice cream
5 baked 4-inch tart shells, cooled
Pastry Ears
Chocolate candies for eyes
Half gumdrop circles for mouth
Toasted coconut for whiskers
Pastry Ears. Cut 10 triangles
from pastry scraps. Draw line in
pastry from point of triangle to
the base, using a toothpick. Shape
a bit with fingers, pulling up the
point. Prick with fork. Place on
baking sheet and bake in hot oven
(425'F.) 5 to 10 minutes, or until
lightly browned. 0


Oleander Cirde Meets Cooking Demonstration
With Mrs. Forehand Set At White City Fri.
The Oleander Circle of the Port A. cooking demonstration will be
St. Joe Garden Club held their first held at the Comnmiunlity House at
meeting of the year, Friday after- White City, Friday morning at
noon in the home of Mrs. W. C. 10:30. ,
Forehand in Highland View. Cir- Tickets to the demonstration are
cle chairman, Mrs. A. F. Ayers pre- being sold for 25c each. Prizes will
sided over the meeting. Discussion be awarded.
and plans for the year's work was The demonstration will be given
outlined. It was agreed by the or- with emphasis on saving time and
ganization to purchase the maga- electricity.
zine, "'American Home". The public is invited to attend.
This year's project, beautifying
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HAZEL HARREIO,L


ALUMINUM
Venetian Blinds
26" through 36" wide
64" Long
Reg. 4.95 Values


$3.95


Included With Your Dining Room Suite
A delicious, plump turkey to make your holi-
day feast complete at absolutely no extra cost,
when you purchase any dining room suite.


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