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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: December 1, 1955
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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S PORT ST. JOE
A Progressive
Community Wit'-
Modern, Progressive
Weekly Newspaper


T.HE


STAR


[ THE -I STAR
Published In Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con-
tinued Developmeht of 4i
Gulf County
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VOLUME XIX Single Copy 8c


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1955


$3.00 Per Year


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by WESLEY R. RAMSEY Season Tuesd


0-o-o-o-o-o it's cold outside. seasonss
At least it was Tuesday. There's
no telling what it will be outside
by Thursday morning when you I 0 I
get Tuathispaper.rWill Meet Bay Hi
We have a theory about that
cold weather. The 1955-56 basketball season for Dec.
All summer long we comr- Port St. Joe High School will get Dec.
plained about the weather be- underday, Tuesday December 6 Dec.
ing so hot. Of course we invar-when the Sharks will travel to Dec.
iably got that t's not the heat, Panama City to meet the Bay High; Jan.
it's the humidity". Yeah, we Tornadoes in the season opener. Jan. 7
knew that condensation caused The Sharks will field practically Jan. 1
cooling. And during the sum- the same team this year that it had Jan.
mer it was just so damp and the last year to work with in the com- Jan. 1
air so humid that it would not ing season. The Sharks lost Frank Jan.
soak up moisture. We would Dennis, Joe Adams, Harry Smith Jan. 2
sweat and the atmosphere just and Wesley Adkins from last year's Jan. 2
would or could not evaporate it roster and have lettermen Bert Jan. 2
and so we were hot. Munn, 'Charlie 'Smith, Walter Wil- Jan.
Now, we theorize that the at- der, Wayne Taylor, Robert Ned- Feb.
mosphere has run out of mois- ley, Blair 'Shuford, Jock Jennings, Feb.
ture and our sweat is evaporat- Lewis Ray and Wilford Elliot re- Feb.
ing like crazy and therefore we turning to the line-up. Feb. 9
come up with the idea that it The 'Sharks made a very impres- Feb.
isn't the cold it's just the hu- sive record for themselves last year Feb.
midity.. and are expected to do so this year. Feb. ]
I The Sharks schedule for the com- Feb.
Does anybody know where ing season is -as follows: Feb.
there is a duck? We haven t Dec. 6, Bay High, There. Tournam
popped a single number four ___
this year. Then to top it all off,
we came down sick on the first Is a
day of hunting season and was
sick all week end. Of all the a
miserable luck. Maybe our ill- ,
ness 'kept us alive though, by g n
keeping us out of the swamp. 11
We'll be there Saturday though
after those bushy tails.

As you can' see by the picture "N0 Traffic Deaths I
on this page, Walter Wilder and : "'N f
T. C. Smith hit it lucky though.
They got a buck: As Port St. Joe intensifies its ac- safe drive
There's a story behind that 'tivities in preparation for "'S-D ing acci
buck that we are gorina tell.' iDay"-Safe Driving Day, Thurs- Studie
Walter and T. C. were riding 'day, December 1 (today) Otis Pyle, he said,
along in a 'boat and saw the the city's S-D Day Director; points 1937, pec
Aeer swimming for the bank. out that safe walking, as. well as reduced
The boat was promptly headed ~. pedestrii
for' shore after- the -d3er..-h,%e '*. -: -
deer won the race- and' started Kiwanis A U Lists "Neve:
up the bank when Walter shot Year of Good Works sied,
,him at point blank range in the ear f Goo sfourthsc
neck with number six shot. The --- involve
buck floundered back into the The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
water and 'started off again, ended another year of service to "The
But did he get away? No sir. the community yesterday at their out of e
Soon luncheon when new officers are men
The doughty hunters ran up were installed by the club. during t
to the wounded animal and T. that 8 o
C. held his head under the wa- Looking back over the year, the pedest-ria
ter until all struggles were over. Kiw-nians were able to look with ers.
There are hunting censes for pride on several civic services per- .
There are hunting licenses foor o th"Some
shooting deer and hunting i- formed for the city as their contri- that me
censes for hunting deer with a button to society. pedestri
bow and arrow but we don't Most of the Kiwanis work has that the
know whether it is quite legal been with the youth of the com- ing dark
to drown one or not. munity in which it supported the Mr. P


And then Bob McKiernan and
Lee Edwards went hunting. Bob
"took" Lee hunting to a "good"
spot that Bob knew. When they
got out of the boat, Lee said,
"Now Bob, I don't know this
territory so I want to stay with
ybu". "O.K." said Bob, I know
this country good". Well, to make
a long story short, after a while
Edwards missed Bob and fear-
ing he would get lost went back
to the boat which was parked on
the Chipola River near Lawson's
Landing. A half a day passed
and no Bob. Finally a boat com-
ing up the river dropped off the
lost Bob, grinning sheepishly.
He had become lost in that
swamp he "knew"'and had wan-
dered all the way to the Apala-
chicola River where a kind boat-
man had returned him to his
boat, safe and sound.
They did get eight squirrels
though.

Darden Club Will Have
Christmas Bazaar Sat.

An open-air Christmas bazaar
will be given by the Port St. Joe
Garden 'Club this 'Saturday starting
at 10:00 a.m.
A gaily decorated booth next to
the Police station on Reid Avenue
will display a variety of holiday
items such as Christmas arrange-
ments, aprons, embroidered articles,
home baked goodies, candy and
other novelties. Mrs. T. J. Mitchell,
Garden Club President, will be in
charge of the booth and will be
assisted by club members.


work of a Key Club in the high
school; entered a team in the Lit-
tle League baseball organization
with an expenditure of $220. as
well as taking care of concessions
for the Little League; Sent a stu-
dent to Boys State at a cost of $35.;
Entertained kids on Kids Day with
a free movie; Obtained playground
space for the children of Oak Grove
and provide insurance for that
playground; Contribution for ad in
Band Boosters calendar; Fitted 32
children with glasses at a cost of
$240 and built a backstop, on the
playground at the 'Elementary
School.
As civic projects the Kiwanians
sponsored a city basketball team
and paid for cleaning of uniforms;
Support the Ministerial Association
promoting the Easter Sunrise ser-


is a fact
deaths;
parked
red lighi
actions -
death or
in rural
are kille
with the
ded:
"For t


ayI D -I2


y, Dec. 2


gh First


9, Apalachicola, Here.
10, Crawfordville, There.
13, Chipley, Here.
16, Vernon, Here.
6, Apalachicola,-There.
7, DeFuniak Springs, Here.
10, Carrabelle, There.
14, Cottondale, Here.
17, Bristol, Here.
20, Vernon, There.
21, Wewahitchka, There.
24, Blountstown, There.
27 DeFuniak Springs, There
31, Carrabelle, Here.
3, 'Chipley, There.
4, Wewahitchka, Here.
7, Altha, Here.
9, 10, 11, NWFC Tournament
14, Bay High, Here.
17, Altha, There.
18, Blountstown, Here.
21, Crawfordville, Here.
2?, 25, Group II Class B
ment.







nd -Live!



s Day's Goal

ving, is essential in reduc-
dents.
s by safety organizations,
have shown that, since
destrian deaths have been
by 49 percent, while non-
ian fatalities have increased
+1:. '. .-. -


Sharks Need $160 Bad
To Go To Gator Bowl

Do you have $160.00 that you
don't need? If you only have a
buck or two that you can spare
it will help.
The football team is seeking
money to charter a bus to send
them to the Gator Bowl In Jack-
sonville on New Year's Eve.
The boys could go'on a school
bus, but they would have to leave
the day before the game and
come back the day following
which would make for a big ho-
tel and eats bill. If a bus can be
chartered they can leaye early
on game day and come back the
same night thereby saving sleep-
ing and eating expense. Their
trip would actually be cheaper
this way-and more comfortable.
If you feel that you could help
this fine team, drop by Smith's
Pharmacy and drop your paper
money in the iron bucket to send
the team to the. game.
They'll enjoy it and you'll feel
good for your part In It.

Our Apologies

We would like to apologize for
the absence of the three nice pic-
tures we had for this week's is-
sue, including the deer mentioned
in ETAOIN SH'RDLU.
Somehow they missed the bus
from the Panama City News-Her-
aid Engraving Plant and will not
arrive until sometime today.
We will run these pictures next
week and hope that you will ex-
cuse us and the Herald for not
having them here on time.

Martin Trophy Will

Be Awarded by Ballot

The annual award of the Martin
Trophy to the most outstanding
football player wilt be made from
the stage of the Port Theatre to-
-morrow night, acccrdlng to'Port


rneless, Mvir. ryie empna, nager, Don Sports.
'from one-half to .three- icanager, DonSports.
of traffic dehs in ciies This is the fifth consecutive year
pedestrians. that the Martin trophy has been
pedestrians, awarded to local grid stars.
experts have found that 7 The award will be in a slightly
every 10 pedestrians killed different manner this year than
; that 3 out of 5 are struck in the past according to Sports.
he hours of darkness; and Ballots are available in the lobby
r 9 out of every 10 adult of the Port Theatre and on page
an fatalities are non-driv- two of The Star for the people to
choose the most outstanding player
special studies indicate to receive the award.
ore than one-third of all All ballots must be dropped in
ans killed are over 65 and the ballot box in the Port lobby
great majority are wear- by 5:00 p.m. Friday in order to
k clothing when struck." count in the balloting.
yle noted that jaywalking All ballots must be signed by the
or in half of the pedestrian person casting the. ballot or they
that stepping from behind will not be counted.
cars and crossing against The award of the trophy will be
ts rank next; in pedestrian at 8:00 p.m. from the stage of the
which most often result in Port.
injury in cities; and that, __
areas, many pedestrians Stil
d walking in the roadway Costin Still Preaching
ir backs to traffic. He ad- Early Xmas Mailing

he Nation as a whole, one


of the brightest spots in the whole
traffic-accident picture has been
the reduction in deaths among
school-age children. This reduction
has been nearly 40 percent during
the years when deaths among all
age groups were increasing by 26
percent. Much of this improvement
is attributed to the school safety
patrols, now more than 500,000
strong, and to intensive programs


vice and made miscellaneous con- of safety education in the schools
tributions of $36.,51. through posters, leaflets, talks by
----- ----- 'trained police officers, and so on.
I wish to thank the wonderful "The reduction in pedestrian
people of Port St. Joe who remem- deaths th-rough the years is concrete
bered me with acts of kindness dur- evidence that traffic safety mea-
ing my recent 'accident. Isures, properly conceived, consis-
It was thoroughly appreciated. tently applied, and supported by the
ED EELLS public, do pay off in terms of lives
--- saved."


'Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gaillard and
daughter Ann spent the Thanksgiv-
ing week end here with their par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Campbell
and Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Gaillard.
Billy is attending the University of
Florida in Gainesville.
I ____- __----
Melton Taylor, son of Mr. and
Mrs. 0. M. Taylor, is expected home
for a 30 day leave on December 10.
He has just completed a tour of
duty in North Africa.


I -K


Visit the bazaar to help solve Bernard Pridgeon returned to
your gift giving problems, to satisfy his studies at Auburn after spend-
a sweet tooth or to pick up a novel ing the Thanksgiving holidays here
Christmas arrangement for the with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
hoine. A. Pridgeon.


Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rush
Chism this past week end were
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Chism and
children Renee and Denise of Val-
dosta, Ga., and Mrs. Chism's par-
ents, Mr. and' Mrs. H. G. Hughes
of Mobile, Ala.
-----------
Bob Smith, freshman at Auburn,
spent Thanksgiving here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Robert
Smith. He, returned to his studies
Sunday.

Ronnie Chism, freshman at Flor-
ida StateUniversity spent Thanks-
giving with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Rush Ohism.


All-Day Program Planned




For Dedication of Museum


Junior Class To

Present 3-Act

Comedy Tonight

"The Awkward Pause", -a farce-
comedy in three acts is being pre-
sented by the Junior class tonight.
It will' be held at the High School
Auditorium at 8:0,0.
The play deals with one of the
most hectic stages in a girl's life
-namely, that time when she finds
herself too old to do what she used
to do, but too young to do what she
wants to do. 'That is exactly what
is staring Betty Lu Maxwell square
in the face.
Sister Connie goes with the fel-
lows right and left, and little bro-
ther Wilbur is running his legs off
clear to his shoulders, but .Betty
Lou stays at home.
The best friend Bernadine comes
up with the idea to stop all ideas.
If Betty Lou could be kidnapped-
she could have everything her own
way. So they put their heads to-
gether and Bernadine sneaks Betty
Lou out and over t.o her house.
Well, exactly according to plans,
mama and papa. are frantic, and,
according to plans, they say if bet-
ty Lou were only back, they would
ne more lenient.
Precisely according to plans,
Betty Lou awaits the big moment
for her dramatic entrance. But
-this wasn't scheduled, Elmer and
Muggsy,. a couple of none-too-bright
would-be robbers come rummaging
through the house, looking for the,
ransom. money. They spat Betty
Lw*. 4m6 Bergatie9'a *ra* tic- $ha-
tells m'ima and papa Waxwell, 'butt
they' won't believe her because
they've just found out that the girls


Big Parade and Large Fireworks

Display Is Planned


Plans went forward this week on
the Dedication Services for the
new State Park Museum here on
December 16. Plans have been made
for an all-day giant celebration to
begin at 11:00 a.m. and continue


Long Distance Home

Dialing Comes Step

Closer On Dec. 4

A step nearer the day when long
distance telephone calls can be
made by merely dialing the number
of the other phone has been taken
by 'Soathern Bell Telephone in
Jacksonville.
The new automatic switching
equipment will be in operation in
the Florida port city on December
4, which will allow one hundred
seventeen towns to be-reached with
direct circuits.
J. L. Sharit, Vice President, of
the local telephone company says
that 96 exchanges in Florida will
dial through the Jacksonville
switching center, which includes
the Port St. Joe exchange. From
these exchanges telephones can be
dialed direct without going through
local operators.
The switching center in Jackson-
ville is of the latest type of equip-
ment, representing approximately a
$6,000,000 outlay. Over 190 employ-
sa wege required. in -the installa-
t.ion or this comp~zx machine.
Mr. Sh'arit stated that about one
third of the 2-way dial circuits con-


on up into the night.
Plans are to have a gigantic par-
ade start at 11:00 with several
floats and bands participating. The
parade will end at Constitution
Park where the speaking will be-
gin, headlined by Governor Leroy
Collins.
After the speaking is over, a big
fish fry vwill be held, free of charge
for all in attendance. The commit-
tee expects to feed over 3,000 peo-
ple. During- the -eeding, Mrs. Mary
Call Collins, wife of the governor,
will cut the ribbon giving entrance
to the museum for inspection by
the public.
At 7:00 p.m., one of-the biggest
fireworks displays ever seen in this
part of Florida will be put on and
will carry out the theme of the
Museum dedication. At-7:30 a free
dance will be held in the Centennial
building with music by the Ala-
bama Cavaliers.

The story of old St. Joseph, a
bustling sea port town of the ear-
ly 19th century in Territorial Flor-
ida ,is vividly depicted in the new
Constitution Park Museum at Port
St. Joe. This project of the Florida
State Museum, at Gainesville, was
done in cooperation with the Flor-
ida Board- of Parks and Historic
Memorials. It is to be. officially op-
ened to the public on December
16th at which time a special pro-
gram will be held at the park.
Many interesting objects of the
period,- froem-lhe M'useumn's histor-
ical collc.tEon: re dip.oayd Tn
this exhibit. In one section of the


made the whole thing up. Even lit- nected to the switching center ter- displays, which are housed in a
tle brother Wilbur gets kidnapped minutes in central offices of the room about 40 by 50 feet in size,
and everything is thrown into a independent telephone companies a number of objects such as hand-
turmoil. throughout the state. These cir- made tools, Wedgewood chinaware,
The play is full of laughs and cuts were co-ordinated with the iron pots, a wooden churn,mixing
thrills. Bell Company and required the in- bowl, boot jack, etc., are show in
The cast of characters includes: stallation of complicated carrier individualized setting, with dram-
AMr. Maxwell, Billy McKeithen. and signalling equipment by the is a large panel about four feetsplay
'i s a large panel about four feet
Mrs. Maxwell, Barbara Mitchell. independent companies, providing
Ma square which tells about business
Wilbur Maxwell, Gilbert Martin. circuits of the. highest standards square which tels about business
Connie Maxwell, JoAnn Friersotrtin. of communications. and banking in St. Joseph. Sam-
Connie Maxwell, JoAun Frierson. of communications. Iples of early Territorial paper cer-
Betty Lou Maxwell, Eda Ruth The United States and Canada rency, railroad script, and copper
Kilibourn. are divided into areas, each with ny railroad script, and copper
Bernadine Smith, Delores Chism. a code of three numbers, which and silver coins of the period are
Hercules Nelson, Jerry Buchert. when added to twq, letters and fiveo be ss a
Mrs. Brown, Bobby Ward. digits of the local number will make tion of a St. Joseph house where
Aunt Mary, Mavis Butts. every telephone number different. i (Continued On Page 2)
Mr. Mallory, Lavaughn Taylor.
Elmer and Muggsy, Ray Oliver l School Listed
and Wilford Elliott.Elementary School Library listed As Aid
Admission to the play is 75c for e
adults and 50c for students. To Teaching Students Kesponsibilities


Tnwn Cnn Team Will


Here's a sure fire way to get all W %%a .g -
of your Christmas gift packages de- Meet Chipola Monday
livered before 'Christmas day. Just i
follow these three simple rules- ChipolaJuniorollege will play
wrap them securely-address them th iola Jior College w a
correctly-mail them early! Use the 8:00y team here Monday nighthe
sturdy mailing cartons, plenty of at 8:00 at 'the gymnasium. The
-sturdy mailing cartons, plenty of Port St. Joe team will endeavor to
heavy paper 'and lots of strong cord 97-71 defeat Mar-
in completing your packages. Be redeem the 97-71 defeat in Mar-
sure your return address and the 'ianna last Tuesday night. Last year
recipient's name and address is in- the all-Stars won a very
side the package as well as on the thrilling game.
mailing label. Be sure to send your The admission will be 50c and
Christmas cards by first class mail 20c.


thus securing forwarding service
and return to you if any of them
are undeliverable.
Postmaster Chauncey Costin says
his 1955 "Mail Early For Christ-
mas" campaign is now going into
full gear. You can help tremendous-
ly if you mail your gift packages
n small pgrouns instead of all at


.Saturday, Dec. .3, the Port St.
Joe team will play Apalachicola
here. The Apalachicola team went
to the finals of the Gold Medal
Tournament last year.
iSt. Joe players will be, Guards:
Coy Williams, Bill Branch, Ed Mc-
iFarland. Centers: Bascom Hamm,
Ror THelen and 'Harry Lee Smith.


This is the first in a series of
three articles concerning the
Special Services available to the
children at the Elementary
School.
Much time and work has been
put into these three areas-li-
brary, music program and physi-
cal education program-to pro-
vide for our children an enriched
and well-rounded curriculum.
The library in our school, organ-
ized during the 1954-55 school year,
is still in its-infancy. The process
of organization is being carried on
in connection with the administra-
tion of library service by a full-
time librarian.
Our book collection is small, but
it is being developed and planned
in the light of curriculum needs.
The ultimate aim of the library
program in our school is to give
meaningful library service to every


once and be sure to have all of Forwards: iRay Oliver, Bill Iver- student in school. It was with this
them in the mail by the first week son and Bo John Lester. aim in mind that our present li-
in December. Christmas cards for brary schedule was set up. We have
out-of-town destinations should go tried to develop -a program where
by December 10 and cards for lo- it ert-Walton Will Explain each child will be able to select a
cal delivery should 'be mailed by; Cub Scouting To Parents book that will best fit his particu-
at least a week before Christmas. lar need.
-k Robert Walton, District Execu- The librarian takes library service
Attend Football Game tive of the Gulf Coast Council, BS'A to students in the first two grades.
Mr. and Mrs. Basil Kenney, Jr., will (be on hand at the Presbyterian She spends one day each week
and their daughter, Miss Ann Ken- Church tomorrow night to explain working -with primary students.
ney attended the Georgia-Georgia Cub Scouting to parents of Cub The system by which the third
Tech football game in Atlanta this Scouts in this area. grade and the immediate grades
week end. Ann spent the Thanks- Walton will show a film in con- receive library service is one that
giving holidays here with her nar- nection with Cub Scouting. requires close cooperation between


ents. She is attendingscolaIAl parents of Cub Scouts are


ISullins College.


the librarian and the classroom


students in each grade group go
to the library in groups according
to their reading ability. This means
that the librarian works with
small groups, and she is in a posi-
tion to give individual help to each
student.
Instruction in the use of 'the li-
brary is taught to all students at
the first of the school year. The
'use of the card catalog is being
stressed this year. Individual in-
struction goes on continually dur-
ing the school year.
Girls from the fourth, fifth and
sixth grades are used as library
assistants. They report for library
duty at a definite time, and each
one is given specific responsibili-
ties 'while on duty. These library
assistants have been a great aid
to the librarian in developing at-
titudes of courtesy, consideration,
c o o p e ration and responsibility
among all students.
The library is a materials cen-
ter for teachers as well as for stu-"
dents. All teachers feel free to
send for materials at any time.
There is much room for improve-
ment in our library, but we are
proud of the role that the library
is playing in our school.
-- -K----

Spends Holidays Here
Benny Roberts, student at Geor-
gia Military College spent the
Thanksgiving holidays here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd


'invited to attend the meeting. 'teacher. It is an arrangement where Roberts.


"Port St. Joe -The Outlet Port f o h te Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


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FrtCrl _eI'CUB ESCOUTS- WILL HAVE 'Ken Mill h r
First Baptist Circle Meet CHRISTMAS PARTY nny Mill, Curcn
With Mrs. Bateman The Cub Scouts willmeet Thurs- Observes Prtyer Week
Wday, Dec. 8. A very fine Christmas
Missin-party has been planned. The WMU of the eey Ba-
rle 4 of theWoans ission- All Scout dens are to exchange The WMU of the Kenney Bap-
s men's Santa Claus is expected tist Church met November 28 thru
a al to the party. November 30 for the annual "Lottie
a call to the party. Moon Week of Prayer."
'* ...-party will be held at the P ayr
b t i lb Church at 8:0 Mrs. H. A. Davis, general program
*i'h 'i ,- ,. c resby tiaan Church at 8:00 p.m.
chairman, presiding over the meet- u ____ chairman, had charge of the pro-
ing. t Expected From Tennessee grams the theme being, "Haste,
Mrs. Emory Stevens gave the de- Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Godfrey, Pray Make Known."
notional taken from Acts: 9:42. Jr., and Mrs. James Luttrell and Monday's program was on "The
Mrs. R. W. Henderson gave the daughter, Llew Ellen of Knoxville, Orient and Africa" Tuesday, "Latin
program, "If My Health .and Age Tenn., are expected Saturday to America". Wednesday, "Europe and
Permits It" taken from the Royal spend several days with their son the Near East".
Service magazine. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Those takinM part on the pro-
Regular business was transacted Godfrey of Palm Blvd. Mrs. Luttrell gram were: ,1Irs. H. A. Davis, Mrs.
and reports given. Mrs. W. B. Rich- is the sister of Mr. Godfrey. 0.. 0. Bodiford, Mrs. J. T. Dudley,
ardson dismissed the meeting with I s- Mrs. Roy Tharpe, Mrs. E. Gilker-
prayer. Refreshments of fruit salad, CARD OF THANKS sons, Mrs. Sam Graves, Sr., Mrs.
cake and coffee was served to the ay we take this opportunity to Sam Graves, Jr., Mrs. W. E. Graves,
following members: Mrs. W. C. thank you the .people of Port St. Mrs. C. D. Webb, and Mrs. Johnson.
Pridgeon, Mrs. E. Stevens, Mrs. W. Joe for all the many wonderful *
B. Richardson and Mrs. R. W. Hen- things you have done to make it Highland View Circle
derson. The next meeting will be possible for our son, Jackie, to be
held in the home of Mrs. Perry El- home. We !thank .you. for your Meets At The Church
liott on Madison iStreet, Oak Grove many prayers, cards, gifts and do- -
December 27. nations. The Willa Dean Lowery Circle of
Jackie is doing fine, is able to The Highland View Baptist Church
Spends Holiday In Alabama sit up for a few minutes each day, met Tuesday afternoon with four
Rev. Douglas Newsome spent the and is able to have visitors, members, one visitor, Mrs. Player
Thanksgiving holidays with his par- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sheffield and Mrs. Ralph Macumber, WMU
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Newsome president, present. Mrs. Harbuck
of Enterprise, Alabama. This on your printing is a sign of quality, opened the meeting with the scrip-


ture reading taken from Acts 9:
32-42 and was followed with prayer
by Mrs. Macomber.
Mrs. Homer Echols, program
chairman, gave a talk from the
,royal service magazine on, "If My
IHollie Neel, a retired missionary
I Health and Age Permitted", by
Hollie Neel, a retired missionary
to Mexico.
The meeting closed with prayer
by Mrs. E. R. DuBose and the hos-
tess served refreshments of spice
cake, cokes and coffee.
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Methodist WSCS
Meets With Mrs. King


,Circle 3 of the Woman's Society The Parent-Teacher Association
of Christian 'Service of the First of the Port St. Jhe High School
Methodist Church met Monday, No- met Tuesday night in the lunch-
vember 28 in the home of Mrs. room of the high school with Har-
Robert King on Palm Boulevard. ry McKnight, presiding. Rev. Bill
The hostess served refreshments Iverson showed ,a film, "Door To


to the following members present:
Mrs. Elmore Godfrey, Mrs. Charles
Parker, Mrs. (Hubert Richards,
Mrs. Williston Chason, Mrs. Ed
Bartee, Mrs. IGannon Buzzett, Mrs.
Walter Johnson, Mrs. Billy Howell


and Mrs. George Wimberly, Jr.
Circle chairman, Mrs. King con-
ducted the meeting. Mrs. Parker
presented the program -entitled,
"What we Have To Be Thankful
For", followed with the WSOS ben-
ediction. The next meeting will be
in the. home -of Mrs. Charles Par-
ker at Mexico Beach.

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At Parish House Tonite
Harvest Dinner of the St. James'
Woman's Auxiliary will be held at
the Parish House this evening
from 6 until 9 o'clock.
The menu will include turkey,
dressing and gravy, snap beans,
cranberry sauce, candied yams,
pickles, olives, celery and -carrot
strips. Coffee and cake and a des-
sert.
Reservations can be made by
calling Mrs. Tom Owens. -Tickets
are $1.00 and 50c.
Home For Holidays
;Sgt. 1-C and Mrs. Ralph Plair
were in Port ,St. Joe for the Thanks-
giving holidays visiting friends and
relatives. They returned to their
home in Augusta, Ga., Wednesday.


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Heaven" featuring family life and
the taking of children to Sunday
School.
S During the business, reports
from various committees were giv-
en. The sewage committee report-
ed that the sewage condition of the
high school would be taken care
of by the first of' January. A var-
iety show was discussed and plans
are that it will he held in January
to raise funds for the PTA. Mrs.
Rush Chism and Harry McKnight
were appointed to investigate the
building of ,a float for the dedica-
tion program, December 16.
A discussion was held on the
Youth !Center and on the activi-
ties concerning the STAC House.
Coffee was served by members
of the Tri Hi Y Club.
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Dedication
(Continued from page 1)
additional everyday items of the
times are shown.
The extensive collections of the
Florida State Museum that were
the source of much that is on dis-
play here have been accumulated
over many years of careful work
at the Museum. Many of the items
had been given to the Museum,
a department of the Univers-
ity of Florida, by interested
citizens of this State. Such dona-
tions continue to be encouraged by
the Museum which would like at
this time to invite local citizens
to contribute authentic historical
items relating to St. Joseph. Al-
though the displays for the Con-
stition Park Museum at Gainseville
would like, to replace items that
have been used from its collections
and, if possible, increase these
collections. Because of the de-
structive fire and the hurfrican
that destroyed St. Joseph, it is un-
likely that much now survives
from this old community. The cit-
izens of the St. Joseph area, there-
fore, are especially invited to con-
tact the Museum in regard to any
items of genuine historical value.
They are always, welcome addi-
tiono to the Museum's collections
and may well be enjoyed by others
in the future as present Museum
collections will shortly be enjoyed
by the citizens of Port St. Joe.
Any person interested in con-
tributing items to the Florida
State Museum collections should
contact the Director at the Mus-
eum in Gainsville.


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A',-( FOuJ IV I'L, # r5 war T.I r'J,., "ww.,-, ra, Yd.U., __ TM rnTHURSDAYT DECBMB.IEi g9 1 195
paign be successful. And they' are asking for Mrs. Croxton Presides At Matthew 1S:20 followed with a ker, Mrs. W. W. Garrett, Mrs. Ruth' Guests of Taylors
r T ory-,r that support in terms of individual awareness, WSCS Circle 1 Meeting prayer. Harbuck, Mrs. Nora Lee Roney, and Guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. 0. M.
T r i AK by each person, of his own responsibility in Mrs. Lee Watts, program chair- Mrs. Lee Watts. Taylor last week were Mr. and
curbin traffic accident. Circle 1 of the Woman's Society man presented a program, "Haste The meeting was dismissed with Mrs. 0. W. Taylor and daughter,
Published ,e y Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. curing trattacci be 1 On of Christian Service of the First To Fulfill His Mission". Those tak- prayer. Brenda and son, Buddy of Moul-
Joo, Florida, By The Star Publishingl Company t -a Day IS P rsid ay, ecemm er 1. t i Methodist Church met Monday a-ing part on the program were Mrs. Thirteen members and two visi- trie, Ga.
\VESLEY 1R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher that date, the President's Committee for traffic ternoon in the home of Mr. J. La- Alcie Macomber, Mrs. Clayton Co- tors attended the meeting.
-Also Linntype Oper.tor, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist, safety and the niany organizations cooperating mar Miller with Mrs. G. S. Croxton -~- -... ....--- -'--
iteporter, Proof Reader and Bookkeeper ____ in the observance of 'S-D Day" are hoping for' presiding in the absence of the
ostoffi cee rt St. Jon Fla., under Act of March 8, a h79. a 24-hour traffic-accident "holiday". But this chairman, Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr. \ 1
SUBSCRIPTION INVRIA8LY PAYABLE" IN ADVANCE year's observance of "S-D Day" will go beyond Mrs. Morgan Jones, program; ..4
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $130 that 24-hour period in an attempt to educatethe "The Apalachian Mountains Mis-
THRE MONTHS 12.15 public to a year-around reconsideration of driv- sion" followed with scripture taken A .
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.. ing and walking habits. from 1 John 4:7-12 given by Mrs.
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in adver- The President has asked all Americans to Gladys McCoy.
tisements, the publishers do not hold themselveseliable bfr The devotional and opening pray-
damages further than amount received foricueb advertisemei t join in this job of accident elimination. The Jon rs Ted L. White
Sprogramhas also been endorsed byGovernor was given by rs.Jone...
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word progr has also been endorsed by Governor J. L. Sharit gave the history of John T. Dudley, Ownersn T Dl M
is thoughtfully weighed. The Bpoken word barely n aserns; Leroy Collins and by nearly 200 national, State missions in the mountains; Mrs John T. Dudley, Mgr.
the printed word thoroughly cnovinces. The spoken word a
i. lost- the prnted word remain. and local organizations who are banding toge- J. L. Temple gave "Henderson Set-
ther in a concerted effort to rid our streets and tlement and Archer Center" and
highways of the traffic-accident menace. Mrs. G. S. Croxton gave "Pittman
LET'S CURB THIS KILLER Their success, the success of. "S-D Day", Cet henrouTne ness was 0 t 10:00 p.m. 6 t 6 Wed.)
In an age when medical science is striving depends entirely upon how well the program transacted followed with the WSCOS
to overcome those disesees which kill and maim is brought to the attention of the individaul benediction.
mankind, should we not pause to consider an- driver and pedestrian, who, after all, is the one The hostess served refreshments CLOSED ALL DAY SUNDAY
other killer-the traffic accident-and what can that must change his attitude. to the 13 members present. Mrs.
be done by every one of us to curb its threat? Common, everyday courtesy and an ex- Gladys McCoy will be hrstaos on
7 I December 12 for the Christmas-
The sponsors of "S-D Day55 or "Safe Driv- tension of the Golden Rule-and the will to use program in the circle. E REPAIR MOT R T
ing Day" are asking for contributions of com- them-will go a long way. It would be well to -..-.. -' .. -- ""I TUNEUP
mon sense-not money-in the fight against traf- keep in mind that over 5,000 Americans would Highland View WMU ,- ... -T EC A IC DUTY AT ALL TIMES
fie deaths and injuries. They realize that only still be alive today if we had driven every day Begins Week.of Prayer l M CHANIC A ALL IMES
with the whole-hearted support of the driving during the past year as we did on "S-D Day"
and walking public can, an ysafe-driving cain- last year. The Woman's Missionary Union A emr ite Electronic IHydro
of the Highland View Baptist R T C NA L A' '' AR! NA L A
Church met Monday afternoon at i BALANCER CRANKCASE CLEANER
'Methodist WSCS Circle 2 the program next Monday at the, Visit In Atlanta the church to begin The Week of
Meets With Mrs. Byrd church and asked that everyone Mr. *and Mrs. J. Lamar Miller Prayer for foreign missions. Baia~ es Your Whei and Tire Cleans sludge, dirt and skum out of
--bring a Christmas gift and specify and children Ann and John and Mrs. L. F. Adiams gave the devo- your oil pan
Circle two of the Woman's So- whether for a boy or girl. It was Betty Ward spent the week end tional taken from Luke 24:49 and ON YOUR CAR
ciety oofC th eW ofan's Soalso announced that the NYF drive 'in Atlanta, Ga., where they attend- P.olongs Motor Life
Fiety of ChristChian Service tnthefor old sheets is underway and all 'ed the Georgia-Georgia Tech foot- Check on Balance is free roo g otor
First Methodist Church met in the those having sheets contact one of bIall game
home of Mrs. Tom Byrd at the gmmembers"- O L L
beach, Monday afternoon with 17 The program, "Belief in Faith"
members present and two visitors, was given by Mrs. Jones assisted America's First
Mrs. Ed Ramsey and Mrs. Fred b Mrs. 0. M. Taylor and, Mrs: : Family of Cigarettes
Davis. Chauncey Costin, in the form of a of YO c Cold? .rFILTERA GULAR
Mrs. W. D. Jones presided in the skit. Mrs. Jones read from the KINGS f REG AR
absence of the chairman. She op- Christian Advocate, "A Lift for Liv- Then try 666, theta wide-ac ivity med-r KINS ri PJt
ened the meeting with the reading ing". Mrs. Taylor led in a prayer. against all symptoms of all kinds of .' ": :
of Isaiah, the 10th chapter follow- b'he next meeting will be in the colds. 666combines 4 potent, widely
ing with a reading from "Showing home of Mrs. Paul Blount on Hun- prescribed drugs and giv positive
Forth Christ". ,ter Circle on December 1.2. dramatic resultherapy covers the IZE .
During the. business meeting, re- The meeting was dismissed with "e complete range of all cold symptoms.
ports from various committees were the WSCS benediction. No other cold remedy i GAY'S GRO. & MKT. RE OAD SERVBIE W iTHIN CITY LIMITS
heard and routine business was Refreshments were served by the can match 666 liquid WAGES CAFE V I iII I I
transacted. It was announced that hostess. or 666 Cold Tblets. OBRIAN'S IGA
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were: Mrs. Kurt Gwaltney and George F. Suber, Mrs. Kurt Gwalt- visiting with Mrs. L. P. Ray.
NEWS FROM Mrs. Arthur Hoker. Several games ney, Mrs. Arthur Hoker and the Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Deese and
OAK GROVE were played and prizes were awad- honoree, Mrs. M. L. Parker. Send- children of Panama City spent
ed to Ms. Edgar Callaway, Mrs. ing gifts but unable to attend were Thanksgiving day with Mr. and Mrs.
By HELEN NORRIS Gibson and Mrs. Herman Stripling. Mrs. Wimberly .Sr., Mrs. Mary Lee Carl Deese.
-.. 4 Refreshments of cake, potato chips Pitts, Mrs. 'Carolyn Ford, Mrs. Bar- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Linebarger
Honored With Party sandwiches, candy and cokes were bara Brodnax, Mrs. 0. M. Taylor, of Tyndall Fiel dspent several days
Mrs.- M.L.*.Parker was honored served- to the following guests: Mrs. John Dickey, Mrs. Nelson visiting with Mr. and 'Mrs. W. B.
with a-Stork Shower' Monday eve-. Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr., Mrs. Paul Gardner, Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. iCa- Dykes and Mr. and Mrs. Allen
ning at 7:30 at the Florida Power David, Miss Helen Norris, Mrs. therine Hallmark, Mrs. Prince, Mrs. Norris.
Lounge. Hostesses for the occasion Lloyd Riley, Mrs. Allen Norris, Mrs. Belle DuBose, Miss Iris Poole, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Willys Liptford'and
Lounge. Hostess or t occasioEarnest Lightfoot, Mrs. E. L. Ant- W. W. Smith and Mrs. Gay. children of Marianna spent Thanks-
ley, Mrs. Joe Williams, Jr., Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Young of giving Day with the latter's par-
'Edgar Williams, Mrs. iSam' John- Tynkall Field spent the Thanksgiv- ents, Mr. and .Mrs. Cleveland Hall.
$2A son, Mrs. Herman Stripling, Mrs. ing holidays visiting wi ththe lat- Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Dariby of
Vaiu-- Edwin Ramsey, Mrs. Chauncey Cos- ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tyndall Field spent several days
tin, Mrs. W. D. Jones, Mrs. Purvis Wilson. visiting with- the latter's parents,
,00 Howell, Mrs.' Peck Boyer, Mrs. J. Miss Minnie Ola Ray, a nurse at Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson.
SNOW L. iSharit, Mrs. Fred L. Davis, Mrs. Moultrie, Ga., spent several days Mr. Crutchfield of Bonifay spent


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several days visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. H. D. iLevins.
Mrs. Wallace Hall and daughter
of Marianna spent Thanksgiving
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Cleveland Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie ISullivan
and daughter of Panama City was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tony
Weeks Thursday.
Mrs. Johnnie Dorch and Mr. and
Mrs. James 'Simmons and children
of Vernon were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs A.llen Norris Friday.
Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Riley mo-
tored to Biloxi, Miss., Friday on
business.
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Mrs. Keels honored he rson, Har-
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Mr. and Mrs. Grant of Panama
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and Mrs. Eldridge Adams.


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Billy Joe Richards, son of Mr.
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home Thursday for a 30-day leave.
'He has completed a tour in the
Pacific, Japan and China for eight
months aboard the US'S Phillipin
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games were played and prizes rver 6 aIy He can receive partial benefits if
were awarded toDot Dormany and Work and Still E oy his total earnings do not exceed
Don Gardner. Refreshments ofy $2,080, even though he works thru-
coke, hotdogs, punch and potato Social Security Benefit out the entire year."
chips were served to the follow- I the case of a self-employed
ing guests: Dot Dormany, Gail An- person, the net profit from the
person, Jenny Kay Norris, Howard Persons past age 65 who have person, the net profit from the
person Jenny Kay Norris, Howardufficient coverage to be eligibleltrade or ,business is what is con-
Lovett, Jimmy Wilder, Mary Dell for old-age Insurance benefits, but sidered "earnings."
Ramsey, Alice Land, Buddy and have not filed application for "Regardless of the amount of
Roy Knight, Gail Griffin, Frances benefits because they are still of his earnings in certain months
Spears, Hubert and Lloyd Gardner, working, were reminded today byof the year, a beneficiary can get
Patricia Spears, DCharlene Scott, John V. Carey,district manager of benefit payments for those months
anMike McKenorie, Douglas eel'. the social security office at Pana- in which he neither ,earns more
and the honoree Harolma City, that if their earnings in than $80 in wages nor renders
iSteve Deese, son of Mr. and Mrs. 1955 are sufficiently low they re- substantial services in self-employ-
Edgar Deese spent several days ceive full or partial benefits for ment," Carey declared.
visiting with his grandparents, Mr. the earAccording to Carey, January
and Mrs. Carl Deese. "We are inclined to. believe," 1956 is the latest time at which a
Mr. and Mrs. ard Lewis and Carey said, "that there are people person can file an application
children of Vernon spent several who could receive benefits for which could make him entitled to
days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. 1955 who have so far not taken receive Social Security.
Herman Stripling and Mr. and Mrs. t rh, ba- -
Joel Lovett. advantage of their rights, because
Joel Lovett. I of misunderstanding or confusion Marvin F. Wood Graduates
Miss Betty Deese spent several as to the new retirement test in 'From 'Great Lakes School
days in Panama City visiting with 'law."
her brother, and sister-in-lMrs. Edaw,gar Deese. "In brief, an individual who was GREAT LAKES, ILL. (FHTNC),
and Mrs. Edgar Deese. .past 6'5 years of age the 'entire Marvin F. Wood, son of Mr. and
Gene Anderson, a student in col- year of 1955, and who has had suff- Mrs. Broward Wood Of Port St.
lege at Jacksonville spent the icient covered employment or self- Joe, Fla., is scheduled to graduate
Thanksgiving holidays visiting with I employment to be eligible for ben- December 3.. at the Naval Training,
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie fits can receive benefits for the Center, Great Lakes, ILL.
Anderson. entire year 1955 if his total earn- The nine weeks of "Boot Camp"
:Robert Walters, a student in col- '- --- includes drill and instruction in
lege spent the Thanksgiving holi- seamanship, gunnery, life saving,
days visiting with his parents, Mr. PAUL'S RADIO sea survival, boat handling, and
and Mrs. Walters. and the use of small arms.
Ada Norris spentt Thursday in and TV SHOP Following two weeks leave,
Panama 'Oity visiting with friendsV T graduates will be assigned to ship-
and relatives. Pr. 7-2051 Reid Ave. board duties or servi'ca 'schools
Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Riley at- depending on the qualifications
tended the Christ Ambassador con- EXPERT REPAIRS ON each has demonstrated.
tenRADon Thurday at IOSthe Milville _II E
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The Rev. TTa.rry el;' Douglas of
Tallahassee ','a, pin;ipol speaker.
Tuesday nigh;' before members of
the '55 fom j!) ,quad, their dates
and special 'li sts at the annual
Football Banquet 1 'd ii the lunch
.rbom of th, lihigh school.
The dinner climaxed the football
season for the Port St. Joe Sharks
and is one of the outstanding so-
cial events of the school year.
'Master of ceremonies was T-. P.
Scisson, Gulf County SupervJsor,
and special guests present were
Mrs. B. B. Scisson, Mr. and Mrs.
Leroy Bowdoin, Coach and Mrs.
.'Marion, Assistant Coach anl Mrs.
Laihar Faison. Rev. Byron Smitl.,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Ramsey. Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Munn and the Rev. Har-
rv B. Douglasin


Shark Captain Charles Smith pre-
sented both Coach Craig and Coach
Faison with a gift from the mem-
bers of the football squad.
Edward Smith was named the
most valuable substitute; Gene
Raffield, the most outstanding
blocker and Charles Smith the most
outstanding tackler. Each received
a gift from Smith's Pharmacy.
Charles Smith won the coveted
Martin Trophy, which is presented
each'year to the most outstanding'


member of the team, for his out-
,standing contribution to the team
and for sportsmanship. The trophy
was presented by Coach Craig.
Block letters were presented to
the following: Ends: Franklin Flet-
cher, Robert Nedley, W. L. Smith,
Jock Jennings and Larry Porter.
Tackles: Gene Raffield, Oliver Har-
per, Larry.Mansfield and Alex Gail-
'lard. Guards: Charles Smith, Billy
Johnson, Ken Hurlbut and William
'Chafin. Centers: Jimmy Marlow
and Charles Boyer. Quarterbacks:
Walter Wilder and Edward Smith.
Halfbacks: Bert Munn, Travis
Jones, Buddy Hudson and Ronnie
Young. Fullbacks: Wayne Taylor,
Jackie Mitchell and Ronnie Holsen-
back. Honorary letters were pre-
sented to Grant Adams and mana-


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Sound like a wonderful dream? It happens
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lUgia S apeaKs at dl Offers Thanks for Aid
The Gulf County Tubeculosis and
Health Association wishes to thank
.'1 IIUsmTr op 'V the members of the High School
.i G s T group who volunteered to adlcress,
stuff and mail TB Seals for the


ger Willie Daniell. der and Glenna Boyles, Terry Por-
-The hall was beautifully decor- ter and Phyllis Lewis, Kenneth
taed with the school's colors of iHurl-but and Gail Gill, Oliver Har-
purple and white intermingled with per and Gypsie Love, James Har-
gold. Purple and gold pennants dec- per and Iduma Wood, Willie Dan-
orated the south wall of the hall. iell and Betty Ward, Kenny Mar-
Helmets were used on the tables low and Durline Sykes, Ronnie Hol-
,filled with purple chrysanthemums. senback and Ima Jo Crain, Ed
Guests listed were Gene Raffield Bobbitt, David Rich, Robert Hut-
and Emogene Wood, Wayne Taylor chins, Leonard Costin,' Michael
ana Sonjia Ann Blount, Fred Griffin Munn, Larry Davis, Bobby Burkett,
and Marie Talley, Edward Smith Jock Jennings, Larry MVansfield,
and Judy Fensom, Sonny Chafin and Larry Henley, Monty Gentry, Ward
Margaret Lois Blount, Blair Shu- Richards, Gary Hall and Larry Por-
ford and Nancy Pridgeon, Bill ter.
Chism and Dianne Lay, Charles -
Boyer and Elaine Musselwhite, Jim- NELSON-CANNINGTON
my Stevens and Sue Ann Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Franklin
Frank Fletcher and Kathy Davis, Nelson of Havana announce the
Jackie Mitchell and Crista Duren, marriage of their daughter, Betty
Jimmy Adams and Cindy Carbon-lly Euge annngton,
neau, Bert Munn and Bobby Por-
ter, Douglas Walters and June Co- son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Canning-
ker, William Lucas and Ann WiT- toni of Highland View on November
liams, W. L. Smith and Kathryn 22 at 8:00 p.m. at the First Preslby-
Marshall, David Musselwhite and terian Church in Havana,
Ann Miller, Jimmie Marlowe and
Barbara Mitchell, Robert Nedley Nervousness and sleeplessness
and Delores Chism, Alex Gaillard. an be caused bY your spine-Try


and Sandra Bracewell, Travis Jones
and Marsha Cargill,. Johnny Price
and Deanna Gilbert, Charles Smith
and Gail Bateman, Billy Johnson
and Dorothy Sealey, Grant Adams
and Martha Costin, Ross Hudson
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Thanksgiving Guests
Guests of Mr. and Mrs, Bert
Munn for Thanksgiving dinner
were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKinnon
and children Dennis and Van of
Pensacola; Mrs. W. R. Teague, Mr.
and Mrs. Emory Hodson and chil-
dren, Benny and Donna of Panama
City; Mrs. Charles Teague and chil-
dren Robin and Katie of Fort Wal-
ton Beach; Mrs. Annie Hodson of
Chipley; Mrs. Wilbur Branch; Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Van Horn and
children Sandra Ann and Bobby of
Lynn Haven and E. E. Van Horn
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$4.95 $6.00


LINGERIE


Nylon $4.95 $12.95

Rayon $2.95 $3.95





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41- to 89C


Nylon $1.00 to $1.95


Quilted and Plain

$8.95 $18.95


Lovely GOWNS

Rayon ------$3.95

Nylon $6.95- $12.95

Cannon

TOWEL SETS

$1.95 $4.95

Ship and Shore

BLOUSES

$2.98 $3.98


FOR SISTER

Cinderella
DRESSES

$1.95 $5.95


PANTIES

39c to 89c


BLOUSES

$1.98 -$2.98


Teen-Age SLIPS




SCARVES

49c to $1.9.5


WHITE BOOTS
Sizes 4 to 6
S $3.98 ,
Sizes 6V2 to 12
$4.50


Gifts for Brother
Tom Sawyer ,
SPORT SHIRTS
$1.98 to $2.98

FLANNEL SHIRTS
$1.98 to $2.98


JACKETS
Size 3 to 7
$3.98
Tom Sawyer
JACKETS
Size 6 to 18
$6.95- $12.95


PLAID ROBES
$5.95


DRESS PANTS
Berkshire 6 to 12

HOSIERY $3.95 $4.95

51 Ga.--- $1.35 T
60 Goa.----- $1.50o TIES 49C


GIFTS for DAD


ROYAL ROBES

$8.95 $14.95


SPORT SHIRTS

Corduroy --.. $5.95
Cotton $2.95 $5.95


HICKOK BELTS

$1.50 to $2.50


MEN'S SOX
Interwoven and Coopers

65c to $1.50


ARROW SHIRTS


White and Colors
$3.95


Men's SLACKS
Wool Flannel and
Others
$6.95 $12.95


STETSON HATS

$10.00

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Ha SOTARI PORT ST. JOK. GULF COUNTY., FLORIDAI


THURSDAY, -DECEeMBER 1, 1955


year 1955.
Gulf County Tuberculosis and
Health Association urges everyone
to purchase and use these seals
during the coming Christmas sea-
son. Only once a year do we appeal
to the people of Gulf County to aid
their neighbors. The Tuberculosis
and Health Association is made up
entirely of volunteer workers none
of whom receive any compensation
but the members give freely of its
time and efforts to protect the
health of the citizens of Gulf Coun-
ty. 75c of every dollar that is do-
nated is used in Gulf County for
Gulf County people. There are no
salaries for any workers.
Thoie people of Gulf County who
are unfortunate enough to contact
TB need all the aid that can be giv-
en them. You as a citizen need the
Tuberculosis and Health Associa-
tion's .efforts to help locate and
treat this disease. We, therefore,
request that yo uturn in the money
for your seal's promply and contri-
bute generously.
L, S. Bisett, Jr., ,
SSeals Sales Chairnan


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.CHRISTMAS CARDS
Boxed Assortments
$1.98, 98c, 59c, 29c
Select the card you want.
New slim or conventional style.


11


NEW YEAR CARDS
5c and 2 for 5c


Relative, Religious, General, Florida
10c 5c-2 for 5c -4 for 5c
PACKAGE 50c and 25c


Shop Early for Better Service Mail Early for Safe Delivery


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Port St. Joe


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Florida


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THOROUGH 'TRAINING FOR
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REGISTER NOW FOR WINTER TERM
STARTING
JANUARY 3, 1955
Bulletin on Request


MRS. FRANCES P. CAMPBELL,
Phone:
POplar 3-3351


Principal
Mailing Address:
P. 0. Box 342


Long Sleeve
and Sleeveless
o1 $3.95 to

$8.95
Wool, orlon and
dacron
A small down payment
USE OUR will lay-away any item
LAY-AWAY PLAN in our store. Shop now
while stocks are full.

AUSTIN-ATCHISON COMPANY
Phone 7-9171 410 Reid Ave.'


L. C. Smoked Tnederlzed
HAMS, Lb.
FRESH PORK
HAMS, JAL.


39c


END CUT

Pork Chops 39c
CENTER CUT

Pork Chops 49o


CRYSTAL
WHITE MEAT lb.


25c


PICNIC HAMS lb. 25c
DOTHAN STYLE
SAUSAGE lb. 29c
GREEN HILL
SAUSAGE lb. 39c
SELECT BEEF OR PORK
FRESH LIVER lb. 29c


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GEORGIA GRADE "A"
Dressed FRYERS lb. 39c
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
Dressed HENS lb. 45c


PRINCE ALBERT
TOBACCO


FRESH CAUGHT
MULLET


49c


SMOKING
can 10c-


Ib. 10c


PURE PORK PAN
PURE 'PORK PAN SAUSAGE
GROUND BEEF 41 bs
BRISKET and RIB STEW "
MAXWELL HOUSE- IN CANS NUMBER 10 JUG
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tM~urIDAY, WIRMOS'Ft 1. 1956i


Mrs. H. A. 1titts aid familnly and Tatum. Mrs. L. 11. Kelly. Those attending
-NEWS FROM Mr. and Mrs. Warren Yates attend- Mr. and Mrs. Pat Patterson and were: Mr. and Mrs. James Lovett
I :. Ufe e*d *the Asseinmbly of -God '-Church- daughter Patsy spent Sunday in and sons, Ricky and Terry, Mr.
Higl nIU V w.6W Thankagiving C. A. Convention at Westville visiting her mother,. Mrs. and Mrs. Joel Lovett and children,
By M'ARTHA'- RAY Panam ilCity. Mary Henderson. Paula and Howard, Mrs. E. V.
-- ----- Jasper Lee of Wewahitchka vis, Mrs. Dan Hatfield, Jr., and daugh- Knight, 'and children, Ralph' and
Mr. and 'Mrs. Rhoden Presnell ited with his sons, Mr. and Mrs. ter, Vickie ,Danette left Wednesday Martha, Mrs. Dan Hatfield, Sr., Mr.
and children spent the holiday, Randall Lee, Paul and Jackie Lee. to join her husband, A-3'C Dan Hat- and Mrs. Loran Kelly and, children,
week end visiting friends and rela- Mr. and Mrs. James Grissett field, Jr., of Sacramento, Calif. George and Frankie, Gale and Ken-
tives in Chattahoochee and Qixincy, spent Monday in Panama City on Mr.. and Mrs. A. L. Russ and ny Dykes, Mr. and Mrs. R. Lewis
Mrs. Lily House and daughter,, business, children of Orlando, visited with his and family, Charles and (Patricia
Mrs. Geraldine Carr of New Or- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Armstrong brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ann, of Vernon Gene Adkins, Mr.
leans, La., spent the week end spent Thursday visiting with her W. A. RAle.
with Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Miles and mother, Mrs. Nancy Patterson of Thanksgiving Dinner and Mrs. L. H. Kelly and Mr. and
family. Graceville. Thanksgiving get together was Mrs. Herman Strickland a nd:
Mrs. A. B. iRhames spent the holi- Mr. and Mr s.ICalerG .rshETAO observed at the home of Mr. and daughters.
day in Blountstown visiting with. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grantham _/-__
;Mr. and Mrs. Neal Mayo and aunt,' of Blountstown and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Sue Sims. Edd Sifyrette spent the week end i- S IT S
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Armstrong with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Godwin. aE N. S'H R
'and family visited with relatives Miss Bonnie Mims spent tme week
and friends in Graceville. end with her sister and family, Mr. Many collar styles to choose from
Mrs. J. E. Mashburn and Gene and Mrs. C.' W. iScott of Panama
Dykes visited in Georgia and Chat- City. 9 5 to 4 U..
tahoochee with friends and rela- Cliton Cox and sons, Jimmy and $2.95 to $4.50
tives. Clinton Cox and sons, Jimmy and
iMr. t Otis Mixoning friends and relatives.
sons visited over the week end
with their daughter, and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Tatum and
Mr. and Mrs. Doss Kelley and son. sons spent the week end visiting o r the e
Mr. and Mrs. (Hoke Glass and: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sandy "
family and Miss LaVerne Glass Tatum of Marianna. 1n Your Li
spent Thursday in Panama City at Lawrence Tatum of Marianna
'the Assembly of God Thanksgiving 'spent a fe wdays with his brother ..
C. A. Convention. and family, Mr. and'Mrs. W. L.*'.
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Part St. Joe, Florida


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TOO LATE
TO CLASSIFY
BY RUSSELL KAY

By Russell Kay
Art Linkletter knew what he was
talking about when he said
"People are Funny." Not only are
they funny, they are pretty dumb.
While most citizens know the
name of the boss who pays them,
only a few of them know the names
of the folks they pay.
A Irecent consumer-research


* Fo~ur chroma lox


* -kindsome,
backsplash with
1loa'eseent unit'


wives, laborers, teachers and even
college professors, didn't know
the answers.
Fifteen percent of those ques-
tioned could not tell the name of
the mayor of their city. Seventy
percent could not name the mem-
bers of the city council. Fifty per-
icent didn't know what a balanced
I budget was. Sixty percent didn't
have the slightest idea what an
improvement bond was.
Only a handful knew what ad
valorem taxes were. Excise tax
was a mystery. A good percentage
had heard of a sales tax but didn't
know how much it was or whether


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i 0 YOUR PHARMACY
Senjoys giving you..
Prompt, PERSONAL SERVICE
bi y S After your doctor has prescribed,
..- you want your prescription filled as
S quickly as possible so that effective
treatment may begin at once agaInst
J an-_ .your illness.
-ll- .as ed- r. a m Your Registered Rexell Pharmacist
naie evn ~~is always standing by to serve your
..a.. ---rs: zi needs immediately. He takes per
o sonal pride In filling your prescrip-
tion quickly and precisely as di-
u--nit-- Sa s' erected by your doctor.
Rusty Ramsey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ramsey celebrated his first Bring your prescription to your
birthday, Saturday, November 19 at his home. Ice cream and cookies mediate, accurate service.. at fa
were served to those attending: Donna and Joy Parker, Terry Chason, and reasonable prices.
Jan and Ruth Fleming, Biff Quarles, Joe Paffe and Fran Ellis. Mrs. _
Phillip Chatham assisted Mrs. Ramsey in serving. -

name even one of their state sen- large he has given almost unlimit-
ators or representatives. Less than ed power to officeholders he knows Buzzett's Drug Store
one out of 18 knew who their nothing about. If these public offi- PHONE 7-3371
United States senator was. Thir- cials for the most part weren't
ty4hree per cent knew the name honest, industrious and concerned
of their sheriff and their state gov- with the public interest, we would
ernor. be in one helluva fix.
What kind of a batting average In spite of all the unkind re-
would you have if someone stepped marks you may hear about politi- FOR RENT
up to and asked you to name the cans and the stories you read FOR RENT: Furnished bedrooms
Governor of Florida and members about graft and corruption in of- andl apartments. David's Motel,
of his Cabinet? Could you name the fice it is a matter of record that 202 Monument Ave., Phone 9-9161.
men or women who represent you most of our officials are fine men FOR RENT: Furnished cottages
in your state legislature? Do you who are doing a bangup job andI and apartments at Beacon Hill.
know who represents you in Wash- a more or less thankless one. Reasonable monthly rates. Can be
Pington? What about your oChief of !E. Thompson, BAll 7-5074. Costin's
Police, your Sheriff, your local For a "Crick" in your neck-See Cottages. 8tp9-29
Judges? a Chiropractor. (adv) FOR ENT:Rooming house and
The average American citizen is Icafe combined with store facili-
a mighty lucky guy, for by and our splne.-See a Chiropractor. t'es. See T. H. Stone. tfcl0-6


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FOR RENT: Apartment. 2 bed rms.
Furnished. .223 7th St. Telephone
7-5881.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: House trailer. Com-
pletely furnished. Also 2 room
apartment for rent. Call 7-4903.
FOR SALE: Two bedroom masonry
house near gramma school. Well
constructed. Lifetime roof. Will
sell equity for $2300. Balance can
l-e paid off in seven years. Financ-
ing already arranged.
FOR SALE: Nice beach cottage. On
ideal lot at Indian Pass Beach.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-3491 211 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
WATCHES
i Reconditioned- Guaranteed
Ladies and men's Hamilton, Ben-
rus, Chase, Bulova, 17 and 19 jew-
el movements. $14.50 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: Experienced waitress.
No phone calls. See Mr. Maloney
at Gulf Sands.
WANTED: 500 new charge ac-
counts. Your credit is good at
Thames Jewelry and Watch Re-
pairs. 10-27-tfc

SPECIAL SERVICES
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li-
censed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
7-3032. tfc
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing money see us for anything
vou need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
A REAL BARGAIN in a good used
piano. STOP and SWAP SHOP.
Youf credit is good.


tRADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
sWAP. I
S1 UP AND SWAP-Headqutarters
for your used furniture and ap-
pliances. 213 Reid Avenue, Phone
291. WE BUY AND SELL. tfc
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
R"el Parts and Repairs
BICYCLES, LAWN MOWERS and
OUTBOARD MOTORS repaired.
Jake Gavin. 7th St., Righland View.
Phone 7-2681. tfc
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home
MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. Mr-
Por. St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular
meetings 2nd and 4th Fri-
days each month, 8:00 p. m.
Members urged to attend;
'Isitlng brothers welcome. W. L.
Jordan, W. M.; R. H. Trawlok,
secretary.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.- Meats first and third Thurs-
days, 7:30 p. m. In Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
rethren- invited. H. H. Shirley, N.
T., Alden Ferris, Secretary.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4tih Mondays. All visit-
ng companions welcome. Jimmy
Greer, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
secretary.
LOYAL ORDER
OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose -
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Hall, 310 Fourth St ',5 /
ery other Monday
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