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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: November 24, 1955
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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
S ---Progressive
Community With a
Modern, Progressive
weeklyy Newspaper


THE- -


STAR


THE STAR
Published ih Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con-
tinued Development of
Gulf County
,t*A A A ^ A A -* <


VOLUME XIX


Single Copy 8c


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1955


$3.00 Per Year


Sharks Tie Quincy




To ind Up Season


The Port St. Joe Sharks endec
up their football campaign in fine
fashion last Friday before a capa
city homecoming crowd as they
fought a powerful and undefeated
Quincy team to a 13-13 draw. The
Sharks really gave the Tigers a
scare as the St. Joe lads were hal-
ted on Quincy's 1-yard line after
an 80-yard drive that would have


Little Joanne Paul

Is Taken By Death

Little Joanne Paul, six years of
age was taken by death last Fri-
day around 6:30 at the home of
her parents at Kenney's Mill.
Funeral services were held at
2:00 p.m. Sunday afternoon at the
Gospel Chapel at Highland View
with Rev. Alton McKeithan officiat-
ing. Interment was in Cypress
Creek Cemetery near Kinard.
Pallbearers were Alfred Smith,
Vernon Griner, Paul and Jackie
Lee, Fred Canning and Wayne An-
derson.
.Survivors include -the parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Paul; one
sister, Eva Faye; one brother Larry
Wayne; the paternal grandmother,
Mrs. Minnie Paul and the maternal
grandfather, D. P. Odum, all of
Kenney's Mill.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
mente. *

New Head Nurse


At City Hospital

Miss Dorothy M. Thomas took
over duties as head nurse at the
Municipal Hospital last week end
and will also serve as anesthetist
as the local institution.
Miss Thomas has a large back-
ground of experience in nursing
and anesthetic work. After gradua-
tion she served for a year in sur-
gery at Kings Daughters Hospital
in Greenville, Miss. After this brief
period she returned to Charity Hos-
pital in New Orleans, La., to enter
anesthesia school. After graduation
she served six years as anesthetist
on the staff at St. Joseph's Hospi-
"tal, Memphis, Tenn. Then came
four and one half years as anesthe-
tist at 'the Mississippi Baptist Hos-
pital at Jackson, Miss. She came
here to act as Director of Nurses
and anesthetist from Mississippi.
On the associational side, Miss
Thomas has been president of the
Mississippi Nurseaanesthetist assoc-
iation for two years and resigned
in the midst of her second year o
come here. She has been a director
of the -Mississippi State Anesthetic
Analysis Forum, investigating all
anesthetic emergencies throughout
the state. She has been the national
publican for the National Anesthe-
tic Association and has served as
Secretary of the Mississippi State
(Nurses Scholarship Foundation.
Miss Thomas is filling a long felt


d


First Downs


need for a permanent anesthetist. Yds. Rushing
at thle Municipal Hospital. For the Yds. Passing
pasf several years, the hospital has Pass Attempts
.--iaf-fo rely on part-time anesthe- Pass Completed
tist work from out of town people. Yds. Penalized


St. Joe Quincy
11 12
233 240
13 17
2 16
1 4
25 50


Mayor J. L. Sharit has proclaimed
Thursday, December 1, as "S-D
Day"-iSafe Driving Day-and as
called upon all Port St. Joe citizens


to accept the challenge:
Not a single traffic accident
during the 24 hours of December
1, day or night.
Mayor Sharit has asked us to ac-


out.
In the 1954 S-D Day Campaign, a
nationwide tally of traffic fatali-
ties was made just on S-D Day, it-
self. This year, the tally will cover
three weeks: from November 21
-'S-D minus 10-to December 11
-S-D plus 10. So, we're "on trial"
for three weeks. But that's only


cept an even more important chal- part of it: actually, we're on trial


Team From Florida State Museum




Erecting Exhibits In Edifice or
1 1


Homecoming Queen Is


Crowned After Game


I meant victory for the Sharks.
e Quincy started off on their scor-
- ing early in the game as they dom-
T inated the ball practically the whole
I first half, allowing the Sharks but
one first down during this period.
, After receiving the KO, Quincy
* drove to the Sharks 35-yard line
r where quarterback Dover scam-
3 pered around end-to score. The ex-
tra point failed. The Sharks were
unable to muster any kind of offen-
sive drive and were forced to punt.
Quincy again started to drive but
were stopped short by superior
defensive play by Oliver Harper.
Jimmy Marlowe and Wayne Taylor.
The Sharks kept their backs to the
wall most of the time during the
first half by some fine punting by
the Quincy kicker.
Quincy's second TD came early
in the second quarter as halfback
Maynard .scored on a seven-yard
dash through the middle. The extra
point was good and Quincy had
a 13-0 lead. At this point the Sharks
closed the doors on the rampaging
Tigers and Walter. Wilder put new
life itno his team with a sparkling
48 yard- dash that ended up on the
Quincy nine-yard line. Wilder tried
the same play again and scored.
Wayne Taylor supplied the extra
point to put the Sharks back into
the game, 13-7 at half time.
Quincy kicked oftf. to the Sharks
in the third quarter and Wilder
was going all' the way but was
tripped on the 45 yard line. The
Sharks fumbled on the-'next play
but Quincy was unable to penetrate
the inspired Shark :defense and
were forced to punt.' Wilder again
turned on the sp-'d and stepped off
'i^1 ",r" .a'd was drug d-Kn
on the Quincy 2 yard 'line. At this
point, Fullback Wayne Taylor star-
ted bucking the middle and scored
from the Quincy 9-yard line. Taylor-
was not to be denied this TD but he
missed the uprights with his all
important kick that ended the scor- P
ing for both teams.
In the final quarter, Ed Smith,
Taylor and Wilder combined for-
ces and doing some beautiful carry-
ing worked the ball up to the Quin-
cy 2-yard line where they were halt-
ed for downs. Quincy came back
and started to work on the tiring
Shark defense and worked the
ball into scoring pjoiti.n 'The
Sharks buckled down to hold the
Tigers who failed in a field goal
attempt as the game ended.
Wayne Taylor was outstanding r
as the defensive unit 'being in on I
most of the tackles. 'Charlie Smith, c
Oliver Harper, Jimmy Marlow, Ed- i
ward Smith. and Bert Munn also a
played outitandinri defensive play. s
Walter Wilder, was the offensive C
sparkplug as he grounded out 151 C
yards from scrimmage and scored R
one Shark TD. Wayne Taylor was
outstanding with his line plunges i
that accounted for 51 yards. Ed- i
ward Smith also did some fine run- f
ning.
The Sharks ended up a very. suc-
cessful season with a 6, 2, 1 record. P


I


Murals, Exhibits

Depict History

of Old City

The new state park museum at


Paper Co. Buys Gator

Bowl Ducats-for Sharks

Through the generosity of the
St. Joe Paper Company, the '55
Shark squad is in possession of
50 tickets to the Gator Bowl
football game in Jacksonville on
New Years Eve.
The gift of the tickets for the
entire Shark squad was announc-
ed at the Homecoming game
last Friday night.
The 1 cal-Shark Boosters or-
ganization has undertaken to
raise money now to pay the ex-
penses of the team to Jackson-
ville and back to attend the
game.
So, if you want to be an extra-
special Santa' Claus this Christ-
mas, see Gordon Hallmark and
let go of a buck or two to send
these boys to see a football game.
They probably haven't witnessed
one all season.


Early Mailing

Is Urged By PM

Launching his annual "Mail Early
for Christmas" campaign, postmas-
ter Chauncey Coatin said this week
that now is the time to prepare and
plan the mailing of your Christmas
cards and gifts. Get out your Christ-
mas list and be sure you have the.
full name, street and number, city
and state for everyone. Remember

that first-class friends deserve first-
class mail and they get this service
when you use three-cent stamps.
Now is the time to lay in a good
supply along with plenty of heavy
wrappii.*paier, corrugated cartons
and stron- cord for your Christmas
gift p4ka.es. Right.now is not too
early to start yN.onrgifts to the most
distant' poi.t Is aad try to have
them I'U. iMailed by"'the first week
in Deaeaber. ,, ,
-The Postmaster BOspe.iMtapy -re-"
quesatS,-that you do not mail all of
your Christmas cards at the last
minute. Tbh.o', for out-of-state ad-
dresses should go by December 1",
and all others should be in the mail
by at least a week before Christ-'
mas.
Most- important of all be sure
hat each Ohristmas card and par-
cel is clearly and accurately addres-
sed. Your cooperation will make it
a merrier Christmas for every one.
---- .,

Sikes Criticizes Govt.

Handling of Turncoats

Crestview- (iSpecial) Congress-.
man Bob Sikes this week criticized
Department of Defense handling of
casess involving turncoat GI"s stat-
ng: "Indecision and failure to
adopt a uniform policy for all the
services has made a farce of the
Government's efforts to punish ex-
GI's who collaborated with the
Reds.
"As a result," he said, "a few for-
mer enlisted army men are serving
ong prison sentences. Others are
ree on technicalities. Officers and
men from the other services ap-
parently are subject to different
policies which result in lesser' de-
grees of punishment. ;j
"Unless a uniform policy of treat-
nent for American officers and men
n all the services can be followed
n cases involving collaboration
with the enemy, those already sen-
enced should be set free. It is not
proper to make examples of a few
and to allow all others to escape
punishment," he concluded.

;eason Seats Available

Season seats are now available
n the new reserved bleachers for
1.50 per season. The money will'
>e used to meet payment for the
Lewly installed bleachers.

important, we'll be so much in the
habit that we can cling to it per-
manently.
Don't usurp the rights of others.


Port St. Joe. one sister, Mrs. C. F.
O'rdway, Fort Pierce, one brother-
in-law, Max Kilbourn of Port St.
Joe and seven grandchildren.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments.


Goose Permits Available

PANAMA CITY-There are 672
permits still available for the St
Marks Goose Hunt after Nbvember
21. There are seventeen hunts re-
maining and there are fifty permits


Visits Parents Here issued for each l


lende: The challenge to accept our every day, as people with civic The pedestrians and fellow opera- AT 9Y:.U AT first Pres yterian Lhurch Miss Patsy Wilder student at Goose Hunt Permit costing $3.00
personal responsibility for safe driv- responsibility. tors of motor vehicles have the PFSU spent Friday with her parents, per day is required. in addition to
ing and safe walking every day in So, let's not wait for S-D Day same right to that portion of the 'Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wilder. She at- the regular hunting license and
the year-all 365 of them. to stop killing and injuring our- street and/or sidewalk as you. hosts P treytheSecoriandChch nnu ity- he services arth e sponsored each tended the Homecoming activities duck stamp requirements. Permits
This is the real purpose of S-D selves and others. let's stop this Stop jay-walking. Cross at street wide Thanksgiving services Thurs- Alliance with both the lace l at St. Joe High. are limited to two per hunter per
Day. We want most earnestly to needless practice right now-begin- intersections, and above all be, day morning at 9:30 a.m Alliance with both the place o -- season.
go entirely without, accidents on ning today. By the time S-D day courteous to other motorists and Rev. Fred Davis, pastor of the meetweeg and the spembaer churcotating Guest From Pensacola I 'Permits may be secured from the
December 1, of course, But, we arrives, we'll be so much in the to pedestrians. First Methodist Church will be the w mm Mrs. Gale Tr-',r o" 'nt.cola --mn Mana'ement Division, Gnmo
want our streets to be safe the habit that the goal of no accidents THE BEST *SAFETY DEVICE speaker t: bring the morning mes- The services are non-sectainuo' was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ned and Fresh Water Fish Commission,
whole yeir around, year in and year should be readily attainable. More -KNOWN IS A CAREFUL PERSON. sage. and the public is invited to attend. Porter last week. Tallahassee.


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


NUMBER 17


December 1 Proclaimed By Mayor As

S-D "Safe Driving" Day Nation-Wide


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I


QUEEN GAIL and KING CHARLES march down the row of
their attendants after being crowned king and queen of
Homecoming after the football -game last Friday night in
ceremonies held in the High School gym. ( photo)
s


TWO SHARK PLAYERS team up to stop a fast Quincy runner
in play at the local field last Friday night. Such tactics by
the Sharks held the Tiger attack down and enabled the St.
Joe eleven to tie up a heavily favored team. (- photo)


S. "



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,. '.,.:; : ".* .. .,

TOUCHDOWN! In one of two like touchdown plays, a
Shark runner crawls under the Quincy defense to put the
pigskin across the goal line for six .of the 13 points that the
Sharks scored against the Tigers Friday. (* photo)



Thanksgiving Services Set For Today
n 0 1A -- l I


Gail Ba-tem n Crowned Constitution Park, here in Port St
Joe, will soon be completed and
By CharleS Smith opened to the public. The museum
.-. -. was designed and constructed by
Th. Hoicomngfestivities of .. the Florida State Museum at Gaines
Port ': o6tw- High School started ville through a cooperative-arrange
Friday morning with registration meant With the Florida Board of
Friday morning with registration Parks and Historic Memorials. The
.at the high school for the alumni bd ehi
and friends "a 'parade in the after- new building housing the exhibithe
n cn'~of t e ig o b d a z. i, Lwas built earlier this-year tby the
nooatf t. hirgh chwol band S-t e Park, Board on land donated by the
floats through- downtown St. Joe o. Jo ..
.. -... Ci ty of Port St. Joe.
-ending'-with-a pep rally in the lot Ci o t. S J
nextCtuo- the City Hall. Principal- .Constitution ., Park commemor
-ates 1iite of the framing of Flor.
speakers at- the rally were Coach.-,~.-..sfi tS : Constitution. In
Marion Craig, assistant coach-- La- December of 1838 a special Consti-
/ ,December of 183,8 a special Conetid
mar Faison, Leroy Bowdoin and tuia convention comprised o
tutional Convention comprised of
Charles Smith, Shark's captain and -
Charles Scomingth, Sharks captain and delegates from each of the 20 coun-
Cheerleaders Patsy Daniell, Ga ties of the Florida Territory met
Cheerleaders Patsy Daniell Gail -. o o -1 h urpose,
Sin St. Joseph for the purpose of
Bateman, Marsha Cargill, Dorothy drafting. a state constitution. It was
Seaey, Eda RuthKilbourn, andra not until 1845, however, that Flor-
Bacewell, ISojia Ann Blount, ida was admitted as a State and
Nancy Pridgeon performed and le'd h aS. J Co ti ut n
n te c s the St. Joseph Constitution went
in the cheers. into effect.
The Student Council float fea- Documents and news account
turn the Tigers going around in are displayed, together with pic-
circles was the first prize winner; tures and maps, relative to the
grade 8-D float, a boat upon a blue Constitiutional Convention. These
sea with an injured Tiger and are highlighted by a miniature dio-
Sharks, was winner of the second rama depicting the signing .of Flor-
prize and the float featuring bath- d a's First Constitution,-in Consti-
ing beauties in motor boat with a tution Hall.
Tiger as bait for the Shark, was the While the ltory of;~he first .State
the third prize winner.- The Senior Cobstitution is Lilethigh point of.
class float was. named as' he most muse -' .bt hich areo
.'" Ii :i, n e'urit "e.x'ib' s' which are
beautiful. All f lats were. given a -treated in a modern and colorful
check mark for their originality style, various other interesting as-
and thelie and all were rated highly pects of the old 19th Century town
The St. Joe band in their usual of St. Joseph are portrayed. Includ-
manner of- fine performance, put ed among the displays is the repli-
on a -ood half time show. Their ca of Florida's first railroad engine,
nuntiber. "The Wooden Soldiers" presented by the City of Port St.
featurir, Bobbie Ward, .brought Joe. The accurate three-quarter's
"' rndrfiul praise from the audience. size model was built in 1838 at the-
Th, activities finished with the time of the St. Joseph Centennial.
c.r,onar,,n ball held in the gym fol- It had been temporarily stored in
,,v -ai rhe crowning of St. Joe the Centennial Building, which ad-
Hiab's 1955 Homecoming Queen, joins State Park property.
Gail Bateman. Miss Bateman, who
A number of every-day items
Sin the Senior class and a cheer- from the historical collections of
ea&i-r was crowned by her king the Florida State Museum have
crt, Charles Smith. She is the thbeen elected as represent native of
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. been seeted representative of
ahter of Memr. and Mrs. A. V. o the court life in St. Joseph during the early
Kat-rn Marshall and Bert Munn, part of the 19th Century. Some of
Ka~thryn Marshall and Bert Munn, the material is shown in a "period
BaJr Pbatr:Daniell and W. L. Smith, room" that includes a figure dres-
Barbara Sykes and GeBillyne Raffield, sed in an early 19th century cos-
Dorothy ealeyount and Robert Ned- tume together with appropriate fur-
Sonjia Ann Blount and Robert Ned- nishings. A panel display on busi-
ley, Bobby Porter and Walter Wil-
der, Gypsy Love and Oliver Har- pness and banking i St. Joseph de-
per, Mary Agnes Culpepper and piots coins and paTer currency
perJimmy Marylowe and Martha Costin used during the period. A model V

and Grant Adams. a sailing ship of the type commonly
__________ seen at anchor at the harbor is
also included.
Funeral Services Held Members of the exhibit staff of
Slthe Florida State Museum who
For Mrs. Kilbourn have been installing the displays
_--- during gthe past week are: Barbara
'Funeral services for Mrs. Cecilia Trotter, Dean Lee, Nile Schaffer
Elizabeth Kilbourn, 76, of Wewa- and Gilbert Wright. Ohter members
hitchka were, held in Carrabelle of the Museum staff who partici-
Friday, November 1'8 from the pated in the design and' construc-
Episcopal Church with Rev. Tom tion of the exhibits are: John Max-
Byrne of Panama City, Rev. Tom field, Barbara Robbins, William
Miller of Port St. Joe and Rev. Fowler. Faculty members at the
George. Jewel of Apalachicola of- University of Florida assisted in
ficiating. Interment was in the Car- the research, as did Miss Dorothy
rabelle Cemetery. Dodd, Archivist in the State Library
Mrs. Kilbourn was a resident of at Tallahassee.
Wewahitchka but was staying 'at Park officials have announced
the St. Joe Beach home of her son that the Museum will be opened
Max, at the time of her death, to the public on December 16. Mrs.
Survivors include three sons, R. H. Brinson of Port St. Joe will
Max W. of Wewahitchka, James be the Park attendant in charge
F. of Panama City and G N. of at the Museum.


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A T P S T A


NEWS FROM

OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS

Mrs. Pelham Revell and children
Joyce and Jerry attended the Mc-
Cullen reunion Sunday in Bonifay.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Levins and
daughter, Regennia returned home
Froday after spending a week in
Bonifay visiting with. friends and
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Pelham Revell mo-
tored to Panama City Friday on
business.
Mr. and Mrs. Pelham Revell had
as their guests over the week end,
Mr. and Mrs.-Bush of Panama .City.
Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley' and
daughter, spent the week end in
Bonifay visiting with friends and
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Aultman
and children of Panama City were
the Sunday guests of Mrs. Ault-
man and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ault-
mgn.
Mr. and Mrs. James Young and
Mrs. Monroe Darby of Tyndall AFB
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Wil'son Saturday.
Miss Leona Ray, Miss Barbara
Williams and Miss Carol Young at-
.tended the FHA meeting in Pana-
ma City Saturday.
Wallace Hall of Marianna was
the Saturday guest of Mr. and Mrs.
- Clevelano Hall.
Mrs. Eldridge Adams and daugh-
ter, Chris returned home. Friday
after spending several days in Pan-
ama City visiting with friends and
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H-askin and
daughter, Peggy motored to Pan-
Iama City Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ellis spent


several days in Panama City visit-. Hurlbuts Entertain
ing with friends and relatives.
Mrs. Bill Love gave her son, Bridal Party Wed.
Buddy a party Saturday night at
7:30 at her home. Several games Mr. and Mrs. Miles Kenneth Hurl-
were played then refreshments of
huteetertained the Mouchette-


Mrs. Roy Irwin Hostess Garden Club Will
To First Baptist Circle 6 Hold Work Shop

Mrs. Roy Irwin was hostess to
members of Circle 6 of the First Tuesday, November 29, the Port
Baptist Woman's Missionary Un- St. Joe Garden Club will hold a


ice cream, cookies and cokes were Tankersley wedding party and out ion in her home, Monday afternoon, flower arrangement work shop at
served to the following guests: of town guests with a rehearsal Mrs. Charles Gill, co-chairman the Episcopal Parish House at :00
Kathrine Elliott, Treva ampbell, t the Motel St. Joe, Wed- presided over the meeting in the p.m. Club members as well as non-
Joyce Hayes, Ann Montgomery, neday evening at 7:30. The ban- absence of the chairman, Mrs. Joe members are invited to attend and
Patsy Smith, Carolyn Byrd,Hown quest table was beautifully decorat- Bracewell. The devotional was giv- become more expert at arranging
ard Lovett, David Riley, Don Gard- ed for the occasion with fall flow-en by Mrs. C. A. McClellan with flowers attractively.
ner, James Knight and the honoreeers and greenery. Enjoying the af- readings from "The Commission" Those attending are asked to
Buddy Lovp. fair were the bride and groom, on world wide needs followed with bring along the necessary mechan-
Mrs. DuBoise of Cross City spent Miss Debra Fay Mouchette and a prayer by Mrs. J. O. Baggett. ics for flower arrangements, name-
several days visiting with Mr. and James Tankersley, and Mrs. E. D. During the business the Week of ly, vases, flower holders, modeling
Mrs. D. H. Shealy. Mouchette of Berry, Ala., Mr. 'and Prayer was discussed. Plans for 'clay and fresh flowers.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and Mrs. A. L. Tankersley of Sylacauga, Mission Study and GA work were Beg or borrow flowers from your
children spent Sunday in Panacea Ala., Miss Helen Durant, Miss Ann 'made. Special reports by chairmen ,neighbors, bring a friend and come
visiting with friends and relatives. Costin, Miss Etta Martin, Kenneth Iwere given for the month and rou- to the workshop next Tuesday for
.Mr. and Mrs. Tom Levins and Hurlbut, Charles Boyer, Mr. and tine business was transacted. an enjoyable afternoon of flower
sons Jack and Joe and Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, Mrs. H. C. The meeting was dismissed with arranging.
Mrs. Carl Deese and children L. C. Brown Little Miss Holley Barr, a prayer by the group. The hostess I 'The amateur will be pleased
and Betty spent Sunday in Panama Mrs. Chris Martin, Mrs. Mark Tom- 'served refreshments of pumpkin with the effects that can be achiev-
City visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ed- linson and Mrs. Charles Brown. pie and coffee to the six members ed and the accomplished arranger
gar Deese. land two visitors present, will benefit from the additional
Mrs. Minnie Gay and son, Mack WSCS Meets At Church ll practice. -
spent the week end in Panama Msi r Kenney's Mill WMU ------
City visiting with Mr. and Mrs, For Missionary Program Meets With Mrs. Graves FOOTBALL TEAM ATTENDS
Gene Ernest and daughter Joann. GAME IN TALLAHASSEE
Mrs. Edgar Lanier and Mrs. MJar-n nThe Woman s oety Chrc The WMU of Kenney's Mill Bap- Members of the Football Squad
garet Stripling and daughter, June tian Service metatth hurch on tist Church met Wednesday after- with assistant Coach Lamar Faison
of Wewahitchka were the Sunday November 21. Circle No. 2 was in noon, November 16, at the home of and Sam Hardy, attended the FSU-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Strip- charge of the program "Womepar Mrs. Sam Graves, Jr. Citadel football game in Tallahas-
ling. were Mrs. Charles Brown, Mrs. Joe The program ,opened with pray- see Siturday. They were guests
Mr. and Mrs. W. C.y Wilson nd Grimsley, Mrs. Ernest Wimberly, er by Mrs. J. T. Dudley. Mrs. Sam of the Athletic Association of Flor-
children spent Sunday in Tyndall W. D. Jones, Mrs John Bea Graves, Sr., had charge of the pro- ida State University.
Field visiting with Mr. and Mrs. rs D. Jones, Mrs John Beas- "Stewardship Journey". --
Monroe Darby and Mr. and Mrs ley and Mrs. Herman Dean. gram, "Stewardship Journey".
Monroe Darby and Mr. and Mrs. short business session was, During the social hour, delicious Spends Week End Here
James Young. : refreshments were enjoyed. 'Miss Sibie Brinson, student at
-held. Those present were: Mrs. R. C. Florida .State University spent
CARD OF THANKS 'Circle No. 1 will meet with Mrs. Tharpe, Mra. H. A. Davis, Mrs. J. Thursday with her parents, Mr. and
We thank everyone for being so Josh Miller, Circle No. 2 with Mrs. j. Larrimore, Mrs. J. T. Dudley, Mrs. R. H. Brinson.
nice during our recent lbereave- Tom Byrd and Circle No. 3 with Mrs. J. A. Johnson, Mrs. E. Gil-
ment. We especially thank Rev. Mrs. Robert King. .kersori, Mrs. W. E. Graves, Mrs.
and Mrs. Alton McKeithen for their The meeting adjourned with the O. O. Boditord, Mrs. Sam Graves, Are C
prayers and spiritual help. 'benediction. Sr., Mrs. C. D. Webb and the host- Ar e Al Co
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The members of the WM.S of the
White City Baptist Mission, this
week presented the Municipal Hos-
pital with 24 baby dresses and
clothes for the hospital nursery.
The circle made the clothes as
a project and presented them to the
hospital for use.

Spending Holidays Here
Benny Roberts, son of Mr. and
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CAROLYN CLARK WINS ATTEND FOOTBALL GAME
LOCAL BAKING CONTEST Miss Mabel Williams and Mrs.
Carolyn Clark, daughter of Mr. W. M. Howell attended the Auburn-
and Mrs. J. D. Clark was local and Clemson game in Mobile Saturday.
Apalachicola district winner in a
Cherry Pie Baking Contest spon- Spends Week End Here
scored by the Florida Power Cor- onnie Ohism "'was home from
portion. FSU this week end to attend the
Miss Clark won the district con- Homecoming festivities of PoPrt
test, recently, which makes her eli- St. Joe High School.
gible to go to St. Petersburg to, go -
into State-wide competition for the j
final leg of the contest. COMFORTER
'Carolyn is a sophomore at Port
St. Joe High School. H
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Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
.Us\ Liwn-'yp(, oer..tor, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,
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En.r,'.i as ecinid-elass matter, December 19, 1987, at the
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damages further than amount received for such advertisement
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word
is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely asserts;
the printed word thoroughly cnovinces. The spoken word
i lost' the priutd word remains.


SAFE DRIVING-EVERYONE'S JOB
The President's Committee for Traffic Safe-
ty again is sponsoring a special day dedicated to
safe driving S-D Day. The date is Dec. 1,


and the aim is to hold deaths and injuries to the the City Council to consider further plans attempt soliciting and collecting after 5:00 resolution. We need your help. Please help
for improvement to recreation facilities p m. Eastern Standard Time each day. our city by cleaning up some or tne condi-
lowest possible level for a 24-hour period, for the young people of Port St. Joe. I Reverend Byron Smith, pastor of the tions mentioned in th eCitizen's Improve-
Mrs. Paul Fensom stated that she was First Baptist Church of Port St. Joe filed ment Association's resolution.
While perfection probably is too much to of the opinion that the City Council had the followingletter with the City Clerk. Thanking you for your help, I am
mu previously agreed to allocate funds derived !Mayor J. L. Sharit and Sincerely yours,
expect even for One day from a combina- from parking meter collections toward es- City Commissioners C.-BYRON SMITH
tablishing a youth recreation center. Port St. Joe, Florida Secretary
tion of about 72 million drivers and 58 million The Mayor stated that to his knowledge Dear Sirs: Port St. Joe Ministerial Alliance
the minutes of the City Commission did tot The Port St Joe Ministerial Alliance ,Mayor Sharit recommended that the police-
motor vehicles, no sensible person would argue contain any record of decisions by the City urges you to give special attention to the'man handling the parking meters be paid
Council regarding pledging of parking meter resolution of the Port St. Joe Citizens' his salary from the Parking Meter Revenue
for a minute that the usual toll cannot be substan- revenue to ny specific investment. The Improvement Association regarding conditions Fund, and hat lie be given a $15.00 per'
Mayor also stated that the advice of the in the colored quarters of our city. month salary increase effective with the op-
tially cut by more sensible driving. City Attorne woldeudre taken cinsby the City The Ministerial Alliance voted October ration of the 1950 City budget. Whereupon
It's too bad that such a worthwhile effort reference to additional expenditures or b- 3, 1955 to whole heartedly support this (Continued on page 5)
ligations on behalf of the City.
must be limited to only one day. The sponsors Mayor Sharit recommended to the City
Council to continue paying the Saturday .
apparently think so, too, because one slogan night youth recreation program director, a
urges "Make Every Day S-D Day". City Council render the Parent Teachers As-
sociation members a 90 day notice before
There lies the iron yof our traffic accident discontinuing salary payments, to the youth
program director. Whereupon Commissioner
problem that it takes a Presidential blessing Smith moved that the Saturday night youth
recreation director be continued to be paid
and a high-powered educational effort to achieve on the terms and itions in the Mayor's
recommendation. This was seconded by Com-
reasonable conduct on the highways for only one missioner Ramsey and upon a vote there
were ayes five, nays none.
day of the year. Reverend Lewis Barnes representing the '.
of t yearCitizens Improvement Association of Port
Safe driving should be the year-round rule, st. Joe presented the following resolution to
not the one-day exception. We could "Make Reverend Iverson stated to the City Coun-
cil that conditions were not pleasant in
Every Day S-D Day." cc-rtain sections of the City during the night
S hours and that a curfew should be establish-
And, further, with the long Thanksgiving. e, for minors and women. Reverend Iver e son
also asked the Council not to approve trans-
week end coming up, we would urge that es- fers of liquor licenses from one person to
another, regarding continued operation of
specially the people of Port St. Joe start their liquor stores and barrooms in the Port St.
!Joe city limits. -y
Safe Driving "Day" today and make it continue Mayor Sharit directed the Chief of Police
through r t) advise salesmen and agents soliciting and
roug ecember 1. collecting in the colored quarters, not to


SHARK "B" STRINGERS. band together to stop one of the- long
Carrabelle drives that hurt them during the evening of November
10 when the "B" String met the Carrabelle Varsity here., The
"Baby" Sharks made a fine account of themselves but were defeated
by the Mullets from Carrabelle by a score of 26 to 0.
(> photo)


NEWS FROM
Highland View
By MARTHA RAY


PFC Russell Braswell has return-
ed from Berlin, Germany for a dis-
charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Braswell
and children spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Jeff.Braswell of


MINUTES OF THE
CITY COMMISSION
The Regular Meeting of the City Com-
mission of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida
was held at this time with Commissioners
Hallmark, Ramsey, Smith, Tharpe and Ma-
yor Sharit present. Clerk Henderson was
also present. Several citizens" of Port St:
Joe were also present.
Minutes of the previous meetings of Oc-
tober 18 and November 1, 1955 were read
and. .approved.
Mr. Tom Coldewey, acting as spokesm n
for the Parent-Teacher Association, asked

church as their community mission


Monticello. project. They are planning to have
Mrs. Jeff Dykes spent the day four girls come before the receive
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Willie ing counselors to pass the forward
Dykes of Apalachicola. steps.
The Junior Girl's Class of the
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass of Blake- The Jlunor Girl's Clas of th
ly, Ga., and Mrs. Floyd Evans of
Church enjoyed a weiner roast,
Donaldsonville, Ga., spent the week Monday night at the home of t heir
end with Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Glass teacher, Mrs. Edna Strange.
and Miss LaVerne Glass. teacher, Mr. Edna Strange.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hatcher and Mr. and Mrs. Chris 'Strange of
family spent the day with relatives Panama City visited with .Mr. and
in Geneva, Ala. Mrs. P. G. and J. E. Strange and
Rev. Douglas Newsome and Miss family, Sunday.
Bobbie Brown spent Thursday vis- Mr. and Mrs. Troy Douglas and
iting in Panama City. daughter, Mary Ann is visiting his
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forehand and mother and sister in Vernon this
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jackson and fam- week end.
ily spent the week end in Meigs, Miss Martha Ray spent the week
Ga., with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ken- end visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
nington and family. Haddox and daughter, Margaret
John Hewett spent the week end and also, Mr. and Mrs. R. Lewis
with his brother, C. W. Hewett who and son, Charles, all of Vernon.
isO in the Veteran's Hospital of New 'The MYF of the Highland View
Orleans, La. Methodist Church held their month-
The Junior G. A.'s of the Highland ly party at the home of Glenn Gar-
View Baptist 'Church will hold their rett. Games were played and af-
regular meeting Monday at 4:15. terwards a serving of weiners, cook-
They are going to work at the (Continued on page 6)



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"B" SQUAD FULLBACK Ronnie Holscnback gallops up the field
making yardage in a game between the Shark "B" Squad and
Carrabelle Varsity Squad Thursday, November 10 on the local grid-
iron. Despite the running of Holsenback, Blair Shuford and Ronnie
Young, the Shark.s failed to score against the Carrabelle team.
(- photo)


(Continued From Page 4)
Commissioner Smith moved that the
recommendation be approved. This wa
ended by Commissioner Tharpe and
a vote there were ayes five, nays none.
Mayor Sharit stated that Joe Bad1


RADIATORS:


colored truck driver for the City of Port
St. Joe had been offered employment with
above a raise in salary elsewhere. The Mayor re-
s sec- commended that Joe Badger's salary be in-
upon creased from 95c to $1.15 per hour and
that the other colored weekly City employ-
ger, a ees salary be increased from 95c to'$1.05

CLEANED, FLUSHED
REPAIRED and RECORD


The club was most happy to wel-

per hour effective November 1, 1955. Com-i
missioner Smith moved that the above rec-
ommended salary increases be improved. This
was seconded by Commissioner Tharpe and
upon a vote there 'were ayes all, nays none.
Mayor Sharit stated that the City Attor-
ney had been preparing a building and "zon-
ing Ordinance for the City and at the present
date tie estimated cost of this Ordinance
preparation was approximately $500.00.
Commissioner Tharpe recommended that the
Council not make any immediate payments
to the City Attorney for fees involved in
building and zoning Ordinance preparation.
This recommendation nwas agreeable with
other members of the City Commission.
Commissioner Ramsey moved to introduce
Orantance No. IIJ x entitled:
ORDINANCE NO. 151X
An ordinance regulating the construction,
alteration, repair and moving of buildings
within the City of Port St. Joe, Florida:
providing for permits and fees thereof;
providing for penalties for violation thereof;
and providing for tile repeal of all ordin-
ances or parts of ordinances in conflict
herewith.
and nat the City. Council study this Or-
dinance and' advise further consideration at
the next regular meeting. This was seconded
by Commissioner Smith and upon a vote
there were ayes five nays none.
There being no further business, Commis-
sioner Smilh moved to adjourn. This was
seconded by Commissioner Ramsey and upon
a vote adjournment of the meeting there were
ayes five, nays none.


The hostess served delicious re-
freshments.

Guests of Hurlbuts
Mrs. E. D. Mouchette of Berry,
Ala., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
M. K. Hurlbut. Mrs. Mouchette is
here 'to attend the wedding of her
granddaughter, Debra ,Fay Mou-
cliette and James Tankersley on
Thursday evening, November 17.
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come back into the membership,
Mrs. James Perritt who is a mem-
ber of long standing.
A delicious salad plate with co-
coanut cake and coffee was served
to those present.
'The next meeting will be on Dec.
16 with Mrs. W. S. Smith in her
home near Wewahitchka.

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THURSDAY, NUVLIY~ )~ilV_ r- K Z -- I V O


JAM Club Revived At Mrs. Garret Hostess To
Meeting Last Wednesday First Baptist Circle Meet

Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon was hostess The Marion Cowherd Circle of
on Monday night in her home on the First Baptist Church met Mon-
Monument Avenue to members of day afternoon with Mrs. J. A. Gar-
the JAM Club. rett with eight members present.
The living room and dining 'oom Mrs. H. H. Shirley, program
were most attractive with fall chairman, gave the program with
flowers. Mrs. E. C. Oason and Mrs. W. M.
The JAM Club has been inactive Chafin giving talks. Mrs. W. Ram-
for a year or more but plans were sey led the prayer for the foreign
mission week of prayer. Mrs. W. O.
made to again have regular meet- Nichols, circle chairman, presided.
ings in the future. over a short business session.


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Minutes of The

COUNTY COMMISSION


WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
NOVEMBER 8, 1955
The Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf Countl, Fl-riida met tlii- dale in regu-
lai mnonlthl ,esionl wnh tihe following mem-
)elas .rie elnt: George W. Cooper, Chairman,
E C. Garden, Sr., T. D. Whitfield, J. 0.
Price and l'arker G. Hart. The Clerk, Sher-
iff andI Attorneis were also present.
T ll ll ul.ii cai.ine t1 L ,l o le ,ilt o'clock
AM and the following proceedings were had.
The inuntiiis ,of Hie Oetobex Ith, 13lth,
18th and 27th meetings were read, approved
a.idl adopted.
ifI i (. C,)stin, Jr., appeared before
the Board representing the Port St. Joe
Band Boosters Association and told the
H oal' a. t ,: ]. aIInt 're, lit its
last session, passed a bill (House Bill 1799)
directing the Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida to pay an-
nually from Race Track funds, to the. Board
of Public Instruction of Gulf County, an
equivalent sum to match the funds bud-
geted by said Board of Public Instruction,
fol High Schools of said County which have
organized Bands, providing however, said
sum not be less than 91,000.o0. nor 10oie
than $2,000.00. Mr. Costin-then stated that
the IigK" SeI'K I ma:l, in (; iit could, v are
in. ne l of certain struments at this time
to enable said Bands to participate in the
State Haiin Flestival an.i i this loard will
write a letter to tile Board of Public In-
struction stating that the County Commis-
sioners will give the same sum for the said
Bands that is given by the Board of Public
Instruction, the said Boird of Public In-
struction will then know that the money
will be paid when available and that credit
to( purchase those needed instruments can be
obtained on that information The Chair-
man announced that 'the County Commis-
sioners budget for the 1955-1956 fiscal
year contains an appropriation of $2 000 00
to be paid to the Board of Public Instruc-
;ion ior ,use and benefit of the Gulf County
High School Bands.-Whereupon, there was
a motion byl Comn. Price, seconded by
Comm. Ilirdien and upon vote was unani-
mousl'y carried, that this Board notify the
Board of Public Instruction, that the County
Commissioners will pay to said Board, for
thle ue 'nl benefit of the High School
Bands of Gulf County, the sum of $2,000.00
when said money is available.
Mr. Max W. "Kilbourn, Cou'dty Engineer,
introduced Mr. J. H. Dowling. co-partner of
the Florida Engineering Associates. Mr. Kil-
bourn and Mr. Dowling discussed road prob-
lems and the new road code of Florida
Mrs. Ella Hall requested financial aid.
After discussion, there was a motion by
Comm. Whitfield, seconded by Comm. Har-
den and upon vote was unanimously car-
ried, thai the County pay Ella Hall $10.00
per month from County Indigent funds, be-
ginning this date.
The State Road Department requested anl
e-,semenii across the NE corner of the Court
House Block to be used in paving the
streets around the Courl louse. Whereupon
Comm. Harden offered the following resolu-


tion and moved for its adoption, seconded cariied, that the Cotmnty pay for the teces- Clements Motor Co., Supplik, 3.60 F'. E. Tramimell; ..... 27.1
by Comm. Whitfield and upon vote was una-. sary supplies for the Small Claims CourtI Panama Mach. & Sup., Supplies 27.82 !St. Joe dlir. Co., upie'.. 193. hi V
nimously adopted, to-wit: of Gull County, providing all supplies are Gaskin Bros. Lumber Co., Lumber 49.68 oGule Hdwe. Co., Supplies 13.22
RESOLUTION i purchased through the Coonty Commission-' Bay Mach. & Weld. Co., Parts 94.35 Wewa Hdwe. Co., Supplies .0
WHEREAS, it is proposed by the State 'ers office and that all supplies be purchased iPrescott's Auto Serv., Labor 2.50 Frank Dot's Agey, Workmen's Gomp. 80.75 (Continued From Page 4)
of Florida, through the State Road Depart- by means of a purchase order, in the same Fla. Ga., Tractor Co., Parts 192.68 Audy's Welding Repairs, Labor 8.00
nent of Florida, to construct streets of manner that all other County supplies are Gulf Hdwe. & Sup. Co., Supplies 103.68 Westron Corp., Bulbs., lights 101.50 ies, cokes and coffee were present-
Wewahitchka in Gulf County, and purchased. Chris J. Sherlock, Inc., Parts 66.04 Gulf HdwLi. a Sup. Co., Supplies 7.756 ed Those attending the affair were
WHEREAS, a portion of the lands in- Comm. Hart discussed the possibility of Southern Equip. Co, Parts 5.77,St Joe lidwe. Co., Supplies 1.35 ed. Those attending e affair were
evolved and necessary to said project are attaching a referendum to the Gulf County Auto Parts & Bearings Co., Parts 37.51 Staudard Oil Co., Fuel 195.23 Margie and Lewis Rogers, Barbara
owned by Gulf County; and ballot for the first primary election nin 1956 Burford-Toothaker Trac. Co., Parts 177.43 Buzzett's Drug Store, Sup. 2.05
WHEREAS, on behalf of the State of to determine if the .voters are desirous of Scabrook Mach. Inc., Parts 124.03 Red.s Office Mach. Sup., Ribbon 1.50 Gay, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Weeks,
Florida a request has been made for a con- having the mosquito control program con- iNWest Fla. Equip. Co., Parts 36 41 Frank & Dots Agcy., Work. Compen. 392 31 Glenn Garrett Mr and Mrs W W
veyance of a portion of said lands of this tinued in Gulf County. After discussion, Cook Motor Co., Parts 7.86 Wewa Clinic, Profes. Serve. 35.00 n W.
board; and there was a motion by Comm. Hart, second- Panama Motor Parts Co., Parts 105.56 Bishop Office Equip. Co., Supplies 6.82 Garrett, Mavis and Betty Butts,
UPON OTION of Comm. Harden, second- ed by Comm. Whitfield and upon vote was Sportsman Serv. Sta., Gas 3.06 Bowen Supply Co., Supplies 89.52
ed by Comm. Whitfield, the Board of County unanimously carried, that a referendum be Wewa Plumb. & Heat. Co, Labor 1.00 I Jack Sheffield, Salary 14 45 Rev. Douglas Newsome, Tommy and
Commissioners of Gulf County does hereby attached to the ballot of the first primary Taylor Land Co., Parts 17.00 Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire. 1.11 Buddy Kennington Martha Ra Bil-
agree' to authorize and direct its Chairman Election of 1956, the question to be voted Lloyd Whitfield, Money pd. for frt. 3.00 NWest Fla. Wholesale Co., Supplies 16.50 Buddy Kenninton, Mar.tha Ray, Bil
and Clerk to execute the necessary instru- on is: "FOR or AGAINST" the County con- B. W. Bells, Tires 74.36 George W. Cooper, Exp to Sarasota meet ly Cumbie, Jimmy Red dand Gene
ments to effect such conveyance. (Deed re- tinuing the osquito Control Program in Gulf J. R. Asbell & Co, Inc., Parts 125.00 102.90
corded in Book 28, page 255) County. Bay Auto Wreck. & Scrap., Parts 35.00 George W. Cooper, Exp. to SRD meet. 5.2o Adkins.
Pursuant to notice published according Letters were read from the Corps of En- Calloway Brothers, Parts 125.53 IJ C. Price, Exp. to SRD meet 15.00 M
rt law, the Board received and opened the gineers, U. S. Army, Mobile District, request- T&T Ready Mix Concrete Co., Concrete 63.00 E. C. Harden, Sr.. Exp to SRD meet 13.03 The Methodist Youth Fellowship
following bids: ing this Board to secure spoil disposal area Central Auto Wrecking Co., Parts 1.50 !Gulf Coast Elec Corp., Serv. 52.85
Hutchins-Thursbay Chevrolet Co., Inc., of- easements and channel right of way that St. Joe Radiator Serv., Parts 7 50 .Harland Pridgeon, Receipts, tax roll 301.03 of the Highland View Methodist
feared the following: 1 two ton Chevrolet will be -required for the improvement of the Wewa Hdwe. Co., Gas, Oil and sup. 610.06 Gulf Co. Breeze, print. min. & legal ad 71.50
truck, year make 1955, with 5 yard dump Apalachicola River. After discussion, this Fla. Gravel Co., Gravel 82.20 Poldon Eng. & Mfg. Co., Supplies 6.11 Church meets every Sunday after-
body at 2,944..40. matter was turned over to the Attorney for George Y. Core, Record. R-W deeds 10.50 Connell Water Works, Serv. 18.00
St. Joe Motor Company offered the fol- the Board. The Cameron & Barkley Co, Parts 49.50 The Theis Co, Supplies 27.31 noon at 6:30. All youth are cordially
lowing: 1 Ford truck, two ton, year make Whereupon, there was a motion by Comm. !Taylor Parts & Supply Co., Supplies 301.13 .B..E. Parker, Sheriff's cost 51.00
1956, with 5 yard dump body at $3,025.00. Harden, seconded by Comm. Price and upon :Max W. Kilbourn, Salary 75.00 St. Joe Tel. & Tel., Serv. 34.17
After consideration, there was a motion vote was duly carried, that the County ad- State Road Dept., Shells 332.80 Bowen Sup. Co., Supplies 3.68
by Comm. Hart, seconded by Comm. Price, vertise to purchase for the Mosquito Control GENERAL FUND 1George Y Core, Exp. to SRD meet. 11.25 GENERAL FUND
that the County purchase the 1955 model District, 1 two ton truck, year make 1955 or NOVEMBER 8 1955 George Y. Core, Exp. to Sarasota meet 93.00 OCTOBER 14, 1955
Chevrolet truck offered by the Hutchins- 1956, cab and chassis only, with 172 inch Sportsman Serv. Sta., Gas 1.25 Milton Whitfield, Salary 67.68
Thursday Chevrolet Co., Inc at $2,944.40. wheel base, bids to be received until 6 Izella Lester, Mothers Pens ...... 3'00 Hariand Pridgeon, Tax receipts 384.95 S. T. Morris, Salary 47.42
Upon vote, the following voted: AYE: o'clock PM (CST) November 22, 1955. Mrs. Dollie Weeks, Same 9."00 Wewa Ildwe. Co., Misc. Sup. 169 05 James R. Kirkland, Salary 48.90
Hlair. Price and Whitfield. NAY: None. The Farm Agent presented his monthly .ub.y Melvin, Same 10.00 David C. Gaskin, Exp. to Sarasota meet Preston Farmer, Salary 49.66
Seabrook Machinery, Inc. offered one A-C report and the same was ordered filed. True 's. M. t chors, Solar 7 J .. 6.Salary 66.40
HD-6G Tractor-shovel with angledozer and A discussion was had with reference to aesse Glass, Same 6 00 G. M. Anchors, Salary 18.75 j S Salary 7.44
bucket teeth at $13,;57.85, and 1 A-0 appointing a Director for the second annual race Dunlap, Sme .00 Odell ill, Compensation 209.95 Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire. 23.58
HD-6G Tractor-shovel at $12,773.85. "SAFE DRIVING" day, which will be on Mrs. Le Sims, Same 3.00 Mary Ethel Pittman, Compenia tion 76( 05 Direct. Int. Rev W-Taxes .70
Burford-Toothaker Tractor Co. offered the December 1, 1955. After consideration, the Minnie atterson, Same 3.00 Mrs. Ella Hall, County Indigent 10.00 Profes. Ins. Co, Ins. 23.22
following: 1 No. 933 Caterpillar Traxava- Board unanimously appointed Otis Pyle les. Mae P. Creamer, Same 6.00 FINE & FORFITURE F UND GENERAL FUND
tor at $10,374.00, and 1 No. 955 Caterpil- of Port St. Joe. mAnnie l haies, Salmie 9.00 NOVEMBER 8, 1955 OCTOBER 16, 1955
lar Traxacavator at $14,155.67. Angle Do- All bills were ordered paid. rsien iorer, S ame 's Comp. Georg eYT. aiCore, Salary 11937.70
zer for above at $1,250.00. There being no further business to come 162.50 Cubie R. Laird, Salary 119.70
Ray-Brooks Machinery Co., Inc., offered before the Board, the meeting did then Mrs. Ass Montgomery, Same 3.00 B E. Parker, Sheriff's cost 1,719.40 Leona Taylor, Salary 86.80
the following: 1 International TD9-4224 adjourn. irs. Bessie Beck, Samer 3.00 Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Salary 31.02 Mrs. J. A. Glenn, Salary 40.20
Tractor, with Dratt 9K3 4 in 1 at $13,705 00 ATTEST: Minnie Williams, County Indigent 8.00 Silas l Stone. Salary 25.75 Mrs C. G. Rish, Salary 47.00
1 International TD-9 wide tread tractor, GEORGE Y. CORE GEORGE W. COOPER W. M. Lee, Same 10.00 Silas R. Stolne, Salary 58.75 William H. Linton, Salary 50.00
with bullclam at $11,767.75. 1 International Clerk Chairman Mamie Breer, 'Same Go8.00 Gorge V. Core, Record. Coin'. 11.25 Elmer Nunery, Salary 94.00
TD-9 4224 tractor, with skid shovel at $12,- GENERAL FUND W. T. Strange, Same 15.00 Ray E. Grecu, Compt., Retire. 9.48 Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire. 24.50
8TD94224 tractor, with skid shovel a0.00t $12,- NERALFUaggie Smith, Same 10.00 Rireet. I'it Rev., W-Taxes 33.00 Direct. Int Rev., W-Taxes 48.30
Angledozer blade at $802.0 and bucket NOVEMBER 1, 1955 Nra M ieDaniel, Same 8.00 Bay Mi ttress & Upholstery Co., Repair to Profes. Ins. Co., Ins. 3.00
Angledozer blade at $802.0 and buck George Y. Core, salary 137.50 Bryant Jones, Same 15600 Mattresses 156.00 GENERAL FUND
teeth at $95.00 Cubie R. Laird, Salary 119.70 Elizabeth Strengthi, Saime 10.00 Suwannee Store, Supplies 3.66 OCTOBER 29, 1955
After consideration, there was a motion eonal Talor, Salary 35.80 Jeff Bennett, Same 10.00 cC na,liot ater heer 1.70 Preston Farer, Salary 10072
SC P reCon hedtC eMosm t J. A. Glenn, Salary 4320 John B. Nichols, Same 15.00 Radio-Telephone serve. co., Repaid to radio S. T. Morris, Salary 101.52
ie th le ountypurche f th -6G MrsC. Rish, SalaIry 47.00 Hildr Strickland, Same 15.00 in Sheiriff' ofr iep 15.90 JV B. Coppedge, Salary 97.40
trquiacto r-shontrovel Department,773.5 Upon vote the A- -6G William H. Linton, Salary 50.00 Bessie Glass, Same 15.00 Mc's Sunid.ries, Supplies for jail 2.60 Milton Whitfield, Salary 120.32
tractor-shovel at $12,773.85. Upon votPric e, the and Elmer Nunnery, Salary 94.00 Lena W.l;, Same 10.00 P. F. McDaniel, Supplies 1.92 Gulf Co. Health Dept., Sal. for Trammell'
Hart. NAY: Harden The Chairman did not..Ray E. ROAD AND BompRIDGE FUND 48.30 Maie Porter, Same .00Game &TickFresh Water Fish Comm., Arre11.55 ax Kilbourn, Salary 100.00
thereupon, there a motion by Comm. NOVEMBER 1, 1955 0. 0. Davis, Same 10.00 Wewa Clinic, Profes. Serve 8.00 ark Sheffield, Salar 32.90
Whereupon, there was a motion by Comm. Lloyd Whitfield, Salary 153.20 Minnie Paul, Same 10.00 ROAD and BRIDGE FUND Direct. Tnt. Rev., W-Taxes 690
Hart, seconded by Comm. Price and upon Charles Fortner, Salary 143.30 Charles A. Herring, Same 10.00
vote was unanimously carried, that the Coun- Glenn Daniels, Salary 137.40 Grace Dunlap, Same 10.00 OCTOBER 16, 1955 Rar E. Green, Compt., Retire. 29.34
ty purchase for- the Road Department, the Gorge E. Jones, Salary 137.40 Drusila Keel, Same 10.00 Lloyd Whitfield, Salary 118.70
AC HD-6G tractor-shovel, with the HD-6G Alvie Kemp, Salary 142.40 Eva Pate, Same 10.00 Charles Fortner, Salary 145.90
aingledoer and bucket teeth at $13,r57.8. Travis Wiley, Salary 142.40 Mrs. W. P. Coleman, Same 10.00 Glenn Daniels, Salary 131.78
A discussion was had with reference to Russell Hancock, Salary 121.60 J. C. Price, Salary 109.68 George E. .Jones, Salary 130.46
the County Commissioners paying for neces- B. C. Williams, Salary 46.20 E. C. Harden, Sr., Salary 88.56 AlVie Kemp, Salary 132 30
sary office supplies for the Small claim Veto Nichols, Salary 88.90 George W. Cooper, Salary 103.68 Travis Wiley, Salary 134.54 B'S PLU
Court of Gulf County. The Attorney for the iR. Tp. Whitten, Salary 93.90 Parker G. Hart, Salary 97.92 B. 0. Williams, Salary 111.60
Board advised the Board that the County Carl Lester, Salary 96.00 T. D. Whitfield, Salary 94.00 Russell Hancock, Salary 118.40
should pay for the office supplies or said men Henry King, Salary 44.50 David C. Gaskin, Salary 2350 Veto Nichols. Salary 82.30 r Phon daU
office, but cannot pay for any equipment, Leland Thomas, Salary 80.00 Silss R. Stone, Salary 23.50 R. T. Whitten, Salary 62.70y 7 3
furniture or rent for the Small Claims Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire. 67.00 J. R. Hunter, Pension 50.00 B. E. Champion, Salary 87.30
Court office. After consideration there was ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND George Y. Core, Salary 47.00 Lelandt Thomas. Salary 93.00 We Repairf Any M de
a motion by Comm. Harden, seconded by NOVEMBER 8, 2955 Ray E. Green., Compt., Retire. 3.00 George Pitts, Salary 69.20
Comm. Whitfield and upon vote was duly St. Joseph Tel. & Tel., Serv. 12.35 Profes. Ins. Corp., Ins. 12.00 Direct. Int. Rev., W-Taxes 76.60 203 Third Street -- I
Gulf Coast Elec. Coop., Serv. 11.43 Harland Pridgeon, Postage, tele., etc. 43.75 Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire. 10.60
Frank & Dot's Agey, Ins. Prom. 701.00 W. T. Edwards Hosp., Gulf patients 155.00 Prefes Ins. Co., Ins. 45.72 .


Invited td attiid th6t mtootifigs.
JOINT SERVICES SET
AT HIGHLAND VIEW
The various churches in the
Highland View area are making
plans for their first joint services
which will be held Wednesday
night, November 23, at 7:30. The
services will be held in the audi-
torium of the Highland View Ele-
mentary School. All ministers of
the community will participate in
the services and the public is cor-
dially invited.
HIGHLAND VIEW METHODISTS
SCHEDULE RELIGIOUS FILM
A religious film entitled "This
Way To Heaven" is to be shown at
the Highland View Methodist
Church Tuesday night, November
29, at 7:30, according to the church
pastor, Rev. Douglas Newsome.
The film story is that of the
Wheelers who came to be interest-
ed in Sunday School through their
young son's attendance and life-
changing decision. Because of the '
whole family's worship together in
Sunday School their home is chang-
ed from one of tension to one of
happiness and the way to heaven
by faith in Jesus Christ.
The film is in black and white,
sound and is one of the finest Gos-
pel Films Concordia Films, Inc.,
has produced. The picture is beau-
tifully made, the acting is superb,
and the message helpful.
The public is cordially invited.
There will be no admission charge.



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Reg. $289.95 2-Piece Reg. $169.50 1 blond, 1 walnut
LIVING ROOM SUITE $229.95 2 4-Pc. BEDROOM SUITES $129.95
Large poster bed, chest, vanity and bench


Reg. $259.95 1 Section converts to boe
3-Pc. SECTIONAL SUITE $219.95

Reg. $109.95 Sofa, chair, 3 tables, 2 lamps
7-Pc. SOFA BED GROUP $89.95

Reg. $259.95 Covered in green nylon
2-Pc. KROEHLER SECTIONAL $189.95

Reg. $4.95 to $7.95 Make excellent gifts
24 TABLE LAMPS $3.95

Reg. $49.95
4 PLATFORM ROCKERS $39.95

Reg. $179.95-Sofa, chair, 3 tables, 2 lamps.
7-Pc. Used SOFA BED SUITE $99.95

Reg. $198.50 Plastic Heavy construction
2-Pc. LIVING ROOM SUITE $119.95


Reg. $139.95 Bar bed, double dresser and
mirror. Black and pink
2 3-Pc. BEDROOM SUITES $89.95
Keg. $139.95 Blond maple finish. Sturdy.
4-Pc. BEDROOM SUITE $99.95

Reg. $249.95 Mahogony. Slightly damaged.
4-Pc. BEDROOM SUITE $129.95

Reg. $169.95 Modern, blond finish.
4-Pc. BEDROOM SUITE $99.95

Reg. $150.95 Like new, Double dresser, bar
bed, mattress, springs, pillows and lamps
8-Pc. Used BEDROOM SUITE $129.95


Reg. $19.95 WOOD
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FOR SALE: 21" TV with stand and
rotary antenna. Reasonable. Ph.
7-5021.
FOR SALE: Farmall Cub and
equipment. G. E. Work, Highland
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FORB RENT
,OR RENT: Furnished bedrooms
and apartments. David's Motel,
202 Monument Ave., Phone 9-9161.
FOR RENT: Furnished cottages
and apartments at Beacon Hill.
Reasonable monthly rates. Can be
occupied year around. Call Mrs. C.
E. Thompson, BAll 7-5074. Costin's
Cottages. 8tp9-29
FOR RENT: Rooming house and
cafe combined with store facili-
ties. See T. H. Stone. tfel0-6
FOR RENT: Apartment. One block
from town. Electrically equipped,
gas heat. Mrs. Charles Brown, 305
6th St.
FOR RENT: 3-room downstairs apt.
furnished. Private bath and en-
trance. Close in. Mrs.-C. A. MGow-
in. Phone 7-4221.
FOB SALE
FOR SALE: Modern masonry home
on Marvin Avenue. Close to play-
ground and schools. FHA or GI fi-
nancing. Phone BAll 7-3321. tf-.1-10
WATCHES
Reconditioned-Guaranteed
Ladies and men's Hamilton, Ben-
rus, Chase, Bulova, 17 and 19, jew-
el movements. $14.60 to, $19.50.
These watches have been recently
cleaned, re-oiled, -regulated -and
test run. THEY ARE BARGAINS.
PARKER'S JEWELRY
302 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla.
WANTED: 500 new charge ac-
counts. Your credit is good at
Thames Jewelry and Watch Re-
pairs. 10-27-tte


SPECIAL SERVICES
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HIGHLAND VIEW METHODIST
CHURCH CALENDAR
Sunday, 10:00 a.m. Church school
for all ages. 11:00 a.m. "At Home
or Abroad?" 6:S30 .p.m. Methodist
Youth Fellowship. 7:30 p.m. '"Sat-
isfied".
'Monday, 7:30 p.m. Woman's So-
ciety of Christian Service.
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. "This Way To
Heaven".
FOR SALE: Boys' 26" bike with
Basket, light an dhorn. Excellent
condition. Phone 7-5611.
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
A REAL BARGAIN in a good used
piano. STOP and SWAP SHOP.
Your credit is good.
YOUR CREDIT is good at ROCHE
APPLIANCE STORE for any-
hing you need for your home.
tRADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
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WEEK OF PRAYER SET
TO BEGIN NEXT MONDAY
Week of Prayer for foreign mis-
sions- of the First Baptist Woman's
Missionary Union will be held at
the church .beginning next Monday
at 3 p.m.; Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
and Friday at 3 p.m. according o
an announcement made by Mrs. J.


meeting Tuesday night, INovember
15 in the home of Mrs. Edith Fair-
ley on Palm Boulevard. There were
seven members and three visitors
present. The program, "Christ For
The World" was presented by those
present.- Following the business
meeting, refreshments were served.
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FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li- O. Baggett. All visitors are cordial- FELLOWSHIP DINNER
censed electrical contractor. All ly invited and members are urged On November 3, Samaritan Lodge
kinds electric and refrigeration to attend. No. 40, IOF ave a fellowhi
service and installation. Phone ______ No. 40, IOOF gave a felwship
7-303,2 tfc dinner at the Masonic Hall. Over
Arrives For Holidays ,85 members and guests attended
STOP AND SWAP-Headquarters Miss Ruth Lynn Ramsey arrived and a very fine talk by a Past
for your used furniture and ap home Friday to spend the holidays Grand Master was enjoyed by all
planes. 213 Reid Ae Phon hre with her parents, Mr and The ladies of the Rebeccas ser
291. WE BUY AND SELL. tIf( herehwithiherofarents Mr and ,
SMrs. Ed Ramsey. She is attending ved the-dinner and it was the best
Keys Made While You Wait Florida Southern College at Lake- ever served, according to the fel
35c EACH land. lows.
BICYCLE PARTS _- _._
WESTERN AUTO Spending Week End Here CARD OF THANKS
Roel Parts and Repairs Miss Mary Harris, daughter of We wish to thank the many peo-
R-r_ Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Harris spent ple from this community for their
BICYCLES, LAWN MOWERS and the week end with her parents. expressions of sympathy during
OUTBOARD MOTORS repaired. Miss Harris is a student at Florida our recent bereavement due to the
Jake Gavin. 7th St., Righland View.' State University. death of our brother.
Phone 7-2681. tfc' i death of our brother. W. PETTY
P. W. PETTY
Attend Homecoming __ _
,Mrs. Milton Chafin and Miss Mar- Visits In Tallahassee
tha Costin were the guests of Miss Etta Martin spent the week end
Marietta Chafin for the Judson Col- in Tallahassee as the guest of Sib-
lege Homecoming, 6Saturday, No- 'bie Brinson, student at FSU. She
vember 19, in Marion, Alabama. attended the Homecoming festivi-
They attended the Hockey Game ties there.
and stayed for dinner that night. ___ __
Uoo n B. Miss Cfhafin returned to Port St. Joe
with them and will be with her
^ J 1 parents this week. IT'S -


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Six-Passenger Country Sedan
This model is. designed for those who prefer 4-door
convenience with seats for six. Like all Ford Station
Wagons, it has fold-into-the-floor Stowaway seat,


Country Squire
A queen among all station wagons. Mahogany-finished
steel panels with wood-grained, glass-fibre moldings
give woodlike beauty to this 8-passenger dreamboat.


There's more than meets the eye asto why Pord
Station Wagons sell more than the two nmnewa-up
combined! Their Thunderbird beauty is apparent
in all six models. But their beauty is more than
skin-deep. Underneath that Thunderbird hide
there's a heart of "GO"-for the Thunderbird Y-8
engine is the standard eight in all Ford Station
Wagons, at no extra cost. If you need any more
reasons why Ford is your soundest station wagon
buy this year-look into new Lifeguard Design
which was designed for your protection ... and
is found only in the '56 Ford.


Pharmacy

SMITH'S
Dial BAIl 7-5111


ri SALE: Scratch pads. ditto
aperer, second sheets, sales books
'o-t checks. THE STAR, Phone
Sfor delivery.


SCHEFFER'S GROCERY
NORMA-SHIRLEY HOTEL
QUALITY GRO. & MKT.
CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE
BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
McCORMICK'S MARKET
GAY'S GRO. & MKT.
WAGES CAFE
O'BRIAN'S IGA


Ranch Wagon '
This all-around favorite has two wide doors, easily seats
- people. As in all Ford Station Wagons, lift gate and
tail gate can be operated easily with one hand.


Custom Ranch Wagon F O
Custom Ranch Wagon


A 6-passenger beaut, that's at home on the range or in
the city. Converts in a split jiffy from luxury liner to a
super-spacious cargo carrier. Easy-to-clean interior.


STATION WAG(


ST.JOE MOTOR COMPANY

Corner Fourth Street and Highway 98


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Port St. Joe, Florida


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TO THE GLIDDEN COMPANY


In anticipation of new residents in our com-
munity and the needs of present citizens. ..


We Are Starting Construction On







ON MARVIN AVENUE

NEW LARGER HOMES .
ALL NEW ARCHITECTURE



MPhone 7-3321 Port ES, Fla.

Phone 7-3321 Port St. Joe, Fla.


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CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS FREE DELIVERY


D A NL E Y 1F S I ? I I I T mum RaE C MPANY


St. James Auxiliary Brother of P. W. Petty
To Sponsor Dinner Dies In Marianna
iSt. James' Woman's Auxiliary Joseph M. Petty, brother of P.
will sponsor their annual Harvest W. Petty of this city, died Wednes-
Dinner, December 1 from 6 until day night at Marianna Hospital.
8. Plates are $1.00 for adults and iBurial was in Sweet Gum Head
715c for children. The dinner will Ohurch cemetery near Geneva, Ala.
be held in the Parish House. Petty is survived by two sons
Menu will include turkey, dress- Alton. and Lester of Jacksonville,
ing and gravy, snap beans, cran- three sisters, two brothers and six
berry sauce, candied yams, pickles, 'grandchildren.
olives, celery and carrot strips. i -
Coffee and cake. Long Avenue Baptist
Mrs. Tom Owens is in charge of Circle 2 Meets Nov. 15
the tickets. Reservations can be
made by calling Mrs. Owens as! Circle No. 2 of the Long Avenue
tickets will be limited to 150 plates. Baptist Church held their monthly


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"k3 S T, ONT ST i~, JEGULP ouriftrY.r PLOR fA


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.itri-i ,:I T',.u r,-.a.l- in rIb? bride.sI ,1. L. Sharit, Mrs. j. Lamar Miller,
paLhi, Ifroi a -1,Id basket. Mis Liunida Gail Pylie, Miia Hazel
MrI. M[,ii O K. Hucibut, Aunt of Buruette, Mt'rs. J. L. Temple, Mrs.
the bridn uiuHe fuir I'el? niece's wed- John R.ubert Williams, and others.
ding an all ov,-r lc-e dr-s;s iF be?, Mi;- .. Mvyrtle SinipSon kept the
[lir cors.ae w"as Amri.ri. an Be-auty bride'. bohk. The flowers and decor-
R.s e.'. actions l'For the rec'epti-on were In
Th,- mo:nther ,:I the 'ro,-,m ..' rr. a m,:- white.


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A rec *zrarnh of naprijiUill'.wai.


Later the couple left for a wed-
dini trip to the Southern part of
thei Stat- For traveling the bride
Shos:e a suit of ,herry red tweed.
She w-.'o her orchid froni thNo wed-
din-- I.uodl-t Her acress.orles. were-
blak:. iUpon tlIi r rEtLurn from their
.edli, ug trip, th iLOuple will be


ii, Ma I'. N i 11,ii -lI -.t. .:, ~r,; bride it. ; cr:itduatr-if Por t S .
V-Y, e 'th-~. i Paper (Yniroany. The-
A r --~i u ~ii -dIn thi fi- f -lr ni-mi r, rad ijared from Corne-r
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Dear friends:


Our relationship with you is something we are
thankful for all year long. To us the pleasant-
ness of this association is the confidence you
show in Buzzett's and its products.
Now, in this Thanksgiving season, we want to
make this a special expression of our apprecia-
tion and best wishes. We hope you have a
very happy holiday and all your Thanksgiving
wishes come true. -
Sincerely yours,
GANNON BUZZETT
BUZZETT'S DRUG STOREi-o --''-' -
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-' It happens like that when you drive this
fabulous '56 Pontiac.
You know you're in for a thrill the moment
you hear the muted purr of the exhaust as the
all-new Strato-Streak V-8 comes to life.
At first you'll just want to sail along, smooth
and easy, drinking in the new sensations. This
long and lovely creation stops, starts, turns,
moves and goes with swift and sure precision-
as though in response to your wishes themselves.
You lean back luxuriously, listening to the
miles whisper past. Then, ahead, you see the
opportunity you've been looking for the
highway up front arching high over a hill. You
touch the accelerator lightly-and only for a


Greatest "Go" On Wheels
No other car performs like a Pontiac because
Pontiac alone has the Strato-Streak V-8-
most modern and efficient power plant in the
industry. For 1956 this great engine delivers
227 blazing horsepower! For the "go" of the
year, go Pontiac!


- .' .3- 1.- .,:'3 ,

Debra Mouchefte J. L. Tankersley
United In Marriage November 17

The marriage of Miss Debra Fay D'Alencon lace. Seed pearls out-
Mouchette and James Lamar Tan- lined the neck and formed a yoke
kersley was solemnized November in front. Her sleeves of lace came
17 at 8:00 p.m. in the First Metho- to a Calla point -over the hands.
dist Church of Port St. 'Joe. The The skirt adorned with lace panels
double ring ceremony was per- fell into a full train. Her veil of im-
formed by Rev. Fred t. Davis, pas- ported illusion was attached to a
tor of the church. white satin headdress trimmed with
The Sanctuary, was impressively lace medallions, outlined in seed
decorated in snow white large pearls. She carried a bouquet fa-
epergnes of white pom porm mums; shioned of an orchid with lilies of
and gladioli adorned each side of the valley.
the Chancel. Casting a soft radiance Attending the bride, as maid of
were tall cathedral candles, burn- honor was Miss Helen Durant. Her
ing in floor standards. gown of gold embossed brocade
The bride is the daughter of Mr. was fashioned on lines identical to
and Mrs. Jacob W. Mouchette of that of the bride. She carried an
Los Angeles, California. The groom arm bouquet of pink rosebuds. Miss
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ann Costin and Miss Etta Kather-
L. Tankersley of Sylacauga, Ala. ine Martin served as bridesmaids.
John Robert Williams served as Their gowns of Dubonnet Slipper
best man. Ushers were Kenneth Satin were styled the same as the
Hurlbut, cousin of the bride and honor attendant. They carried
Charles Boyer. nosebays of pink rosebuds.
Given in marriage by her uncle, Littley Holly Barr acted as flow-
Miles K. Hurlbut, the' bride-.was' er-'girl,; she-was adorable in a min-
gowned in white bridal satin. The iature copy of the attendants gowns
bodice was overlaid with point in antique rose crystalette. She


.3;


Suddceniy you know


- a-


moment. Instantly, that great Strato-Streak
V-8 takes over. Smooth as soaring, the rush of
power catapults you up and over ... your solo
flight!
This is how it feels... seemingly limitless
power at your command-smooth, effortless
power for the slower pace of city driving, jet-
fast in an emergency to flick you safely past
loiterers on the highway.
By this time you're certain-Pontiac has
everything-size, beauty, roadability and with
it the greatest "go" and safety ever built into
a car.
Drive this fabulous '56 Pontiac and find out
how it feels to fly. This car will show- you-fast!


T)y the terrific take-of of the fabulous




56 Pontia


Waiter Diuren's Super Market

SPECIALS FOR THANKSGIVING WEEK Wed. thru Sat.


SUGAR HONEY
GRAHAM CRACKERS lb. 29c


GEORGIA
SWEET POTATOES


AUNT JEMIMA
GRITS


FRESH CAUGHT
MULLET


YAMY
SWEET POTATOES


DROMEDARY WHITE and
CAKE MIXES


Georgia Pure "New Crop"
lb. 5c Pure CANE SYRUP


NABISpO
2 boxes 29c Premium CRACKERS

WASHINGTON STATE
lb. 10Oc Delicious APPLES


No. 2/2 Can NO. 5 JAR
19c Blackburn SYRUP


DEVIL FOOD
box 25c


69c


lb. 24c


lb. 15c


49c


ifrP0'ATES 10 lb 25c



WEINERS lb. 29c PICNICFHAMS,l
FRESH
Ground BEEF 4 Ib. $1.00 BEEF LIVER, lb.-
REGISTER'S GREEN HILL
SAUYSAGES Ib. 39c PORWKTIMEATlb 29

GEORGIA GRADE "A" LARGE -


rEseGS.oz.49c


COLLARDS 1g. bunch 19c SHOULDERS lb. 29c
SUGAR CURED
Sunnyland HAMS lb. 49c PORK SIDES lb. 25c
GEORGIA GRADE "A" FreshI Pork Backbone lb. 29c
Dressed FRYERS lb. 39c END CUT
SMOKED PORK CHOPS lb. 39c
SLAB BACON lb. 29c FRESH
OLE GAINES lb. b 19c PORK HAMS lb. 39c
NECK BlEb.9b. 15c
DOTHAN STYLE
PIG FET lb. 1C SAUSAGE lb. 29c

Ga. Grade 'A' HENS lb. 45c Fresh Pork LIVER lb. 29c

PURE PORK PAN




La PECANS Ib. 49c PRINCE ALBERT
Lag **SMOKING TOBACCO can IOc
OLEOMARGARINE lb. 19c MAXWELL HOUSE
TEDE FEE COFFEE Ib. 95c

FLOUR 25 lb. bag $1.89 NO. 303 CAN
BEST MADE NEW CROP TOMATOES 2 cans 25c
MIXOI CORN MEAL 10 Ib. 49c PORK FAT No. 10 jug 95c

MIXON CORN MEAL 5 lb. 29c PORK FAT No. 5 jug 48c


Armour MILK 3 cans 34c


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201 Monument Ave.


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r Our Customers
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Pr. 7-2051 Reid Ave.
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