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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 8, 1955
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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PORT ST. JOE
A Progressive
Community With a
Modern, Progressive
Weekly Newspaper
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Published In Port St. Joe i
But Devoted To .the. Con-
tinued Development of
Gulf County


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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THUFlBDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1955


$3.00 Per Year


.'NUMBER 19


AN Train Rams

Truck at Crossing

James Clayton Tyrus of Greens-
boro was killed when a truck he
was driving was caught on a cros-
sing of the Apalachicola Northern
PICTURES ON PAGE 10


Sanitary Land Fill Prograr



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Railroad at Hardaway last Wed-
nesday afternoon.
Tyrus, an employee of the Apa-
lachee Correctional Institute at
Chattahoochee was driving a semi-
trailer truck loaded with brick;.
The truck was hit at a cros.,:ng
and drug for several feet. Practi-
cally the entire load of bri3Ks and
some pulpwood off the tram d fell
on Tyrus, crushing him to death.
Nobody on the train was injured.
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Ronnie Rich Shoots Off
Hand With Shotgun

Ronnie Rich, 14, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Rich of Highland View,
was seriously injured by a shotgun
blast Saturday afternoon of last
week.
Ronnie -and the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lovie Wood had returned
from a hunting trip and were in
the Wood's yard when the gun car-
ried by Ronnie accidentally went
off and shot off all but the thumb
and forefinger on his left hand.
Ronnie was still in the hospital
yesterday, but- he is reported to be


Separate Local and Foreign
Christmas Mail For P.O.'

'Here's a easy -Way you can help
the poet offlee *ad yourself, too,'
during *he p&ristmas mail Trush.
Get. trL iels from the Post Of-
,j rfadin "AS for Local Deliv-
eWf aid "Alt for O.t-of-State De-_
lrhiy". Then o H7ide. our C'rlit-
Sins cards.t : two groups, face
them all the same way and attach
the proper label to -ach group. Be
sure yon use fir#t-class postage
and try to mail all of your out-of-
state Chritmati cards by December
'*a and Lall cards for local delivery
at least a .week before Christmas.
Remember you can include writ-
ten messages when your Christmas
cards go by first-class mail and
they win be forwarded if the -ad-
dressee cannot be located. You can
avoid disappointment'to friends and
loved ones at Christmas .if you
- will take a little extra care with
your Christmas mailings right now.


TEAM FROM FLORIDA STATE MUSEUM ; s shown erecting one of the many interesting
exhibits on display at the new State Museum at Constitution Park. The display that the team
is working on is a display of money of the era. From left to right is Barbara Trotter, Dean
Lee and Nile Schaffer, all of the State Museum. ( photo)


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In Dedication Day
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Bands From Port St. Joe, Apalachicola

and We.whitchka To Pace Parde

The dedication of the museum at ment: Harry Saunders heads up the
Port St. Joe on Friday, December committee to entertain the men.
16 is more than a meve dedication. Colored guests will be entertain-
Many notables will be there in- ed by a committee headed up by
cluding the Gov6rnor and many top ,Damon Peters and Emil Twine.
flight members -of Florida's state The parade will start at eleven
government. Naturally there will and this committee has as its
be many State Senators and House chairman, George Wimberly assist-
Members. The legal profession will ed by Otto Anderson, Bill Cargill',
be well represented inasmuch as T. D. Hutchins and Wilbur Thurs-
the State Constitution Convention A feature of the ade will
Shay. A feature of the parade will


started Florida as a going concern.
Their ladies are invited too and
Mrs. Albert Ward and, her commit-
tee will arrange their entertain-


Deason Named Coach of Year; Four

Sharks Make Conference All-Stars


Quincy High's Carlos Deason was
named Coach of the Year for the
second straight time and his Ti-
gers were awarded their second
consecutive football championship
at a meeting of the Northwest Flor-

Chipola College Defeats
Town Cage Team 97-76

Chipola Junior, College of Mar-
lanna defeated the Port St. Joe
town basketball team by a score
of 97-76 at the local gym Tuesday
night.
'By Oliver paced the home team
scoring 18 points against the Chi-


ida Conference here Saturday morn-
ing.
Quincy won the title with a 3-0-1
record. Marian-na's Bulldogs placed
second at 5-1. The lone loss was to
Quincy, 25-13.
Both Quincy and Marianna plac-
ed six players on the 22-man all-
star team. Port St. Joe, which tied
Quincy, 13-13, and Walton High of
DeFuniak -Springs each got four
berths. Graceville and Chipley
gained one place each and Bonifay
failed to place a man on the list.
Four sophomore and six juniors
made the all-star team.
Marianna also placed five players
on the 22-man honorable mention


be 23 floats put on by various busi-
nesses and institutions throughout
Florida. Floats will be sponsored by
St. Joe Shrine Club, International
Paper Company, Panama City;
Apalachicola Bottling Company, Ap-
alachicola; Gulf Oil Company, Apa-
lachicola and Port St. Joe; Kiwanis
Club of Port St. Joe, Lions Club of
Port St.'Joe; Rotary Cluib of Port
St. Joe; American Legion Post. of
Port St. Joe, Western Auto Assoc-
iate Store, St. Joe Hardware Com-
pany, Fuller Supply Company, Mex-
ico Beach, St. Joe Lumber and Ex-
port Company, Apalachicola Nor-
thern Railroad Company, Gulf Coun-
ty, St. Joe Paper Company Box
Plant, Woolford Standard Service
Station, Port St. Joe High School,
Port St. Joe Elementary School,
Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, National
Guard of Apalachicola, Port St. Joe
Garden Club, City of Wewahitchka
and the Florida Forestry Service.
Also featured in the parade will
be a drill squad and color guard of
Tyndall Field.


Por
went
mas s
-ished
light
terno


Sharks Upset Bay

High Five In First

Cage Tilt of Year

W;llford Elliott Paces
Locals With 16

A spirited Port St. Joe cage quin-
tet fought back from behind to cop
I their first basketball game Tuesday
night, defeating the Tornadoes in
the Bay High gym, 34-30.
Doug Ross started the scoring
for Bay High when he stole the
ball and went in for a lay-up shot
for the first tally early in the first
period.
'The Tornadoes went on to a ,total
of five points before Walter Wilder'
started the .Sharks going- with a
field goal. The Bay high team went
on to gain a 1W6 -lead over the
Sharks at the end of the first per-
iod. The Bay team led 18-8 at the
halftime.
,The Sharks came roaring back in
the second half and came within
one point by the end of the period
and then went ahead in the fourth


tL u rI quarter. It was Wilder-who tied up.
the game in the fourth period with
d ei a free throw.
P a l a Willford Elliott paced the Sharks
P "a lr (L de 1 aand the entire court, scoring 16
Smarkers for St. Joe. Weathersiby
led the scoring for Panama City
** with 9 points .
strnas Lights Ulp Bay junior varaLy won from the.
_id On C|-. D:._ Baby Sbarlwp rked by Ronnie
d On ithog Biter Weathesby. He iLt the basket for
Si11 points and was closely followed"
rt St.'Joe's Christmas lights. by Port St. Jod's Ronnie. Young
on last night for the Christ- who put 10 points tleough the hoop.
season. City work crews fin- Score by quarters
up installation of the many Port"-St. Joe 6 8 21 34
ed decorations yesterday af- Panama City- 1 18 i 2' 80
on and readied them for Port St. Joe box score.


their business of gaily lighting up
the business district.
The merchants of the city
added some $1500.00 worth of
decorations last year to the many
strings of lights already in pos-
session of the city to make Port
St. Joe one of the best decorated
cities in this area.


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Bert Munn, f
Wayne Taylor, f
Robert Nedley, f
Willford lliott, c
Terry Hinote, g
Lewis Ray, g
Walter Wilder, g


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Ground Breaking Ceremonies Set For

Today At Site of New Glidden Plant

Ground breaking ceremonies will clear the site ready for construc-


be held today about noon at the
site of the new multi-million dollar
Glidden plant, according to George
G. Tapper who has the contract to


Last Rites Held For
Mrs. Mattie Estridge

Mrs. Mattie Estridge, 67, died at
her residence in Wewahitchka Mon
day following a lengthy illness.
She is survived by- her husband
G. J.; four sons, George W. and
V. V. of Wewahitchka and Earnest
and B. T. of Lakeland; three d'aug -
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pola five. Bo John Lester picked list. St. Joe and DeFuniak got four High school bands from Apala- Poi t Mrs. Irene Hutchi Hurle,
up 16, poltit against the visitors. each, Quincy and Bonifay three chicola, Wewahitchka and Port St. MPoint, Mrs. Irene Hutchins, Hurley,
Jimmy Marlowe played an out-! apiece, Chipley .two and Graceville Joe will furnish the marching mu- Blairville, Pa.; 31 grandchildren;
standing floor.game. one.sic for the parade. Blairsville, Pa.; 31 grandchildren;
standing floor game. one. sic For the parade. n four sisters, Mrs. Jack Blount, Pan-
The next game for the local team Three NWFC teams gained bowl Free boat trips have been aI- ama City, Mrs. Annie Peters, High-
is scheduled for Saturday at 7:30 bids this season: Quincy from the ranged by Watson Smith, Billy Tap- land View, Mrs. Mary Hogan, Lake-
in Apalachicola. Strawberry Bowl at Starke, Mar- per, Ralph Branch and Dave Mad- land and Mrs. Melisa Blount of We-
lanna from the Egg Bowl at Grace- dox to entertain visiting dignitaries. ahitchka; three brothers, Oscar
ville and DeFuniak from the Rodeo A dance will be held in the Cen- and Elbert Hall of Wewaitchka
.OUnty Gets $10,000.00 Bowl at Bonifay. tennial Buildng adjoining the park and Leander Hall of Andalusia, Ala.
In Gasoline Tax Money The conference basketball tour- for adults and another will be given Funeral services were held at
moment will be held at DeFuniak for "teen agers," at the SAC house. the Church of God at Wewahitchka
Gasoline sales and gasoline tax Springs on February 9-11. The general chairman of the en- at 1 p.m. Wednesday with the Rev.
collections for the current fiscal Port St. Joe players named to the tire dedication representing the Wilkinson and Rev. Mosely of-
year continue to maintain a steady all-star team were Robert Nedley, Port St. Joe Chamber of :Commerce citing. Interment was in the Kemp
increase over sales and collections end; Chares Smith, garrd; Wal-is L. S. Bissett, Jr. -_ meter.
of last year. The tax collected in ter Wilder and Wayne Taylor, Members of the SRD served as
November on October sales of 96,- backs. Merchants Ope On pallbearers.
201,866 gallons amounted to $6, rc.
706,160.55 this year, as compared Receiving honorable mention Comforter Funeral Home of Port
w01 $6,994,552.51 on 85,636,464 were Gene Raffield, Billy Milton Wednesday Evening st. Joe was in charge of arrange-
gallons a year ago. Johnson, Jimmy Marlow and Bert ments.
Munn. The merchants of Port St. Joe
The tax collected in November will remain open each Wednes-
on October sales in Gulf County day afternoon from now until Visit in Greensboro
amounted to $16,153.88 and ve TRADE AT HOME Christmas in order that the citi- 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ferrell were
are dlttributing $9,741.40 of gaso- zens of Port St .Joe will have an- Sunday visitors to Mrs. Ferrell's
line tax money to this county for, other day in which to do their sister, Mrs. W. J. Clark of Greens-
road building purposes. Advertising doesn't cost-it PAYS Christmas shopping. ,. boro.


tion.
On hand for the ceremonies will
be Dr. W. David Stallcup and My-
ron W. Kiebler of the Glidden Com-
pany who will officiate at the cere-
monies.
The plant will be built between
the Goff town section and the St.
Joe Lumber and Export Company
road. Some grading has been going
on for the past few. days, but the
official ground-breaking ceremon-
ies will be held today.
Construction on the new Glidden
plant is scheduled to begin around
the first of the year, and according
to Glidden officials, the plant will
be in operation toward the last of
next year.

City Takes Measures To
Protect Books In Library

The Woman's Club of Port St.
Joe appealed to the City Commis-
sion Tuesday night to take steps
to keep pests from ruining books
in the Municipal Library.
The library was built up, furnish-
ed with books and donated to the
city this past year by the Woman's
Club. The library has a number of
good books, all gathered by the Wo-
man's Club and presented to the
City at no chage.


Program Designed On Cooperative

Basis To Combat Pests

Operation of the county-wide land carried oh to conibat--flies, mos-
fill operation started this week quitoes.and. other iiasects that use
with a land-fill area being prepared gar'bage:7and rubbish as their breed-
at the city garbage dump. ing places. .-'
. The land-fill program has been The land-fill is a huge ditch dug
adopted by the Mosquito Control at the garbage dump into which
board of -the state and 'is being trash and garbage will be dumped.
When the ditch is full, it will be
PDe Ir Pu D t Out filled, over .-with dirt- aMd another
PaeddlOerS Ut UUt ditch dug -'and the- process com-
pleted. The land-fill operation is
Of Quarters After also desirable in-that it builds up
low and unusable land.
Dark By Council The City of Port St. Joe entered
into the .land-filFl prgfaIhm with the
-- county and the City of Wewahitch-
A delegation appeared before the ka this year- with 'a -contribution of
City Commission Tuesday night op- $5,000.00. The city contribution will
posing the Commission's curfew of be boosted by -state funds to make
5:00 p.m. for white collectors and Port St. Joe's share- in. the operation
salesmen to work in the colored come to about $12,000.00., All told
section of the city. the county will have close to $50,-
The curfew was placed by the 000.00 to operate with on the land-
Commission when it was learned by fill and mosquito control program
the Commission that some of the for the coming year,- what with


collectors or salesmen were corn- local, county.and state funds com-
mitting indecent acts in the quar- bined.
ters after dark. People in this area who are not
To remedy the situation the Corn- now served by city garbage collec-
mission placed the curfew on the tion -service .are urged to use the
salesmen and collectors. I land-fill service and to dump their
The Commission heard the cases garbage and trash in the pit. In
of the representatives from agen- the past people of outlying districts
cies working house to house in the had been using the city dump to
quarters and told them that hours dispose of waste but- no system
of working this section would be set was followed in dumping the rub-
whereby the sal-e-nena and collec- bish and tha arpapecame cluttered.
tors could -work that.s ic:ti.:n ..up 'opl'ie *are-now,,urged- to use the-_
until dark during th.- week. The area, but, are ucged-to, put their,
Commission mate a concession of refuse in the proper .--namely,
Friday night however, allowing col- in the great big bple.
lectors and salesmen to work until -- -
9:130 p.m. but that each salesman Hospital Staff Meets To
or collector must have a permit' Discuss' Patient Service
from the City Hall- to work, this __
section at these hours. The Hospital "Medical Staff met
---Tuesday atf 6:00 p.m. "Hospital
Mother of Henry Geddie Patient Care" was discussQ4 by be.
Dies In Tampa Monday group 'an-i -way.- and meaas..of ij.--,..-
S proving- patient care.A anL.. .,-ale
Mrs. M. E. Peacock died in Tam- were discussed.
pa Monday night following a long The staff also, discussed he Jim-
illness. Mrs. Peacock was the sis- :ng .of, visiting, hours at the ios-
ter of Mayor JoesiL. Sharit and the pital fr':n- 2 to 4 in tho afternoon
mother of Henry Geddie, both of and 7 to 9 in.,the evening. Spe al
this city. permits may bl obtained.in eAceo-
Interment will be ,in Cottondale tion.al cases for longer visitors'
today at 11:00 a.m. hours.


Charlie Smith Awarded Martin Trophy Friday
By A Popular Vote of Audience Balloting

Charles Smith was chosen by the ..he time of presentation. The Mar-
neonle to receive the Martin Tro- iun Irophy is presented annually


Several books from the library phy at the Port Theatre last Friday to the most outstanding player on
were on hand at the commission night. Smith received 109 of 500 the Shbark squad. .
meeting to show the damage that votes cast -over a twvo-day period Runner-up in the Aroting was Wal-
is being done by insects and ro- and was presented the tropl'y by ter Wilder who received 98 votes.
dents. martinn manager, Don Sports "n Smith was also chosen by his
A motion was made and carried ce -i monies Friday.teatainf. -oflb.e 19i5
by the Commission to secure the Smith, nor anybody else, knew ..-..., ...'-
periodical services of a pest control who had been selected for the hon- S. .ar squad and was also niam.aC
company to protect the volumes. cr of receiving the trophy up until to the Conference all-star squad.


"Port St. Joe The Outlet Port for the A plachicola-Chattahoochee Valley'
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Social Activities

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

Mrs. Sara E. Kenney, R. H. Mcintosh

Married In Gu!fport, Miss., Sunday


Mrs. Sara Evans Kenney of Port
St. Joe and Richard H. Molntosh
of Birmingham, Ala, exchanged
vows at 3:30 Sunday afternoon, De-
cember 4 in the chapel of the First
Presbyterian Church, Gultport, Mis-
sissippi. Dr. R. L. Summers, pastor,
performed the ceremony in the
presence of the families and close
friends.
The bride was given In marriage
by, ,Pa* ity7,, Jr., of Port St.
Joe and best -man was Frank S.
White, III of Birmingham, Ala.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a fitted navy sheath dress of sheer
wool appliqued with taffeta. Her
matching hat was trimmed with iri-
descent sequins and her other ac-
cessories were beaded white gloves
and navy suede shoes. She carried
a bouquet of two white orchids
centered on a white bible.
The couple left for a wedding
trip and upon their return will re-
side in Port St. Joe and Birming-
ham, Ala.
Mrs. McIntosh has been assoc-
iated with numerous civic, cultural
and religious activities in Florida.
She serves now as a member of
the ;State Democratic Committee
and is one of the three persons
representing the general public on
the 15-member advisory council of
the Florida State Industrial Com-
mission.
She has been on the Florida Pub-


comn i:tee of the Florida Tubercu
loss and Health Association.
She is actively identified with
the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Mc-
Intosh Is the former Sara Evan ,:of
Montgomery, Ala.
Mr. M.-intosh is widely known as
president of the Int.eratiional Mo-
tor Conte.t As oLciatlon and as gen-
eral manager of the Alabama State
Fair Authority in the latter eipa.
city, Mr. Mclntosh has made the.
Alabama State Fair a model for
others throughout the nation, es-
pecially as a means of presenting
the story of education in the state,
and the programs of Future Farm-
ers of America. For his encourage-
ment of these youth organizations,
he has been made an honorary
member of each.
He works closely with the Exten-
sion Service of Alabama Polytech-
nic Institute in the promotion of
better use of the land and natural
resources.
As vice chairman of the Alabama
Cotton Promotion Committee, he
has been a leader in setting a pat-
tern for other states in conducting
contests to find a national maid of
cotton. Climax of the contest. in
Alabama, his presentation of rep-
resentative girls from each county
at a State Fair pageant. Under Mr.
McIntosh's direction, opening day
of each Alabama State Fair is dedi-
cated to the teaching groups of
the state.


Attends Wedding
Rev. C...glas N w o.,:,-:me att-nded
the marriage ou is -te-r. Miss
Carolyni N-;.;.:.n'e- Entr,- rrre.'. Ala-
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esbyterian Women Mrs, W Loag, Monday afternoon
esyterian Women or hteir regular ircle one meeting. Honored With Dinner
Meet With Mrs.Mr D. Prows, circle chair-
eet man, presided over the meeting The members of the comlhined


S m and Ms. M. H. Elder opened with
The Women of the First Presby- a prayer. Mrs. Charles Garraway,
terian Church met in the home of program chairman, presented a stu-
dy takan fom the Presbyterian Wo-
copal Church. man, "The Harmony In Life 'of
Miss Margaret Evans, aunt of Faith". Scripture for the study was
the bride, entertained with a re- taken from the 15th and 16th chap-
hearsal dinner in the private din- terms of Romans given by Mrs.
ing room of the Edgewater Gulf Prows. All members took part in
Hotel, Edgewater Park, Miss. the discussion of the study. It was
Among the guests were Mr. and announced that a Christmas party
Mrs. Frank S. White of Birming- would be held at the church on the
ham, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. A. P. evening of the 19th and the ex-
Shoemaker, Mr. and Mrs. Hap Ri-' change of gifts of the members will
ley, Mr. and Mrs. Juan Montell, be held at this time.
Mrs. Fannie Short, Fenley Bell of The hostess served refreshments
Gulfport; Mr. and Mrs. Basil Ken- to the following members present,
ney, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. Lamar Mrs. Lawrence Bissett, Mrs. Chas.
Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Garraway, Mrs. M. H .Elder, Mrs.
Bissett of Port St. Joe; Capt. and R. D. Prows, Mrs. Tommy Mitchell,
Mrs. Walter IK Cooner of Wash- Mrs. J. A. Stebel and Mrs. Sid
ington, D. C.; Edward Ball and Brown.


choirs of the Long Avenue Baptist
Church, who are preparing to pre-
sent their annual Christmas cantata
on December 18, were entertained
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.. George
W. Cooper, 1028 McClellan Avenue
on December 1 with a delicious
chicken pileau supper following
their weekly practice period.
Thirty-five guests, including the
pastor and his wife, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Odum, were present to enjoy
the occasion.

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lic Welfare Board, the State Red In addition to these State Fair Roger L. Main of Jacksonville; Mr.. to give satisfaction
Cross executive committee, deputy activities, r. Molntosh is vice presi- and Mrs. B. J. Carter of Meridian, Chiropractors treat the cause of
commissioner of the State Cancer dent of the-Birmingham Country Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Holly of disease Instead of the 3yinmtoms. Low In Cost
Society, is on the board of directors Club, The Club, The Downtown Marianna and Mrs. Jerome Sheip High In Value
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gas cap). It offers new power, V8 or 6, steering than before. Come in soon and let us tell you
and handling ease few cars can match, plus all its big secret-its low price tag!


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tinctive car-of-the-future styling and packed
with all the terrific "go" suggested by its
fleet and flowing lines-is actually a member
of Pontiac's lowest-priced series, the value-
setting 860 line. And here's what this
information means to you!
Whatever your new-car plans for '56-
even if you're shopping at the bottom of the
price scale-this big and beautiful mile-
shrinker can be yours!
You can now look forward to luxuriating
in the gracious comfort and solid roadability
made possible by a man-sized 122" wheelbase
-just about as long as they come!
You can now expect to enjoy the finest,
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from the most modern and e-
engine that ever powered a car.
You can plan on it, defimi't,
there's not a thing to stop you-a
on the price tag plainly shows.
For instance, your favorite bo ..
the 860-series carries a price within .
of the cost of the smaller, lighte'- .3.. :-
lowest-priced cars! And that's just ti.- s-:riL.
We're trading right now to set an all-time
record for December. When you've heard
our deal you may very well discover that
there's virtually no difference in price at all!
Come in and confirm that the 860 is the
easiest car to want and to buy that ever came
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THURSDAY, DECEMB.EER 8, 1968


The new Constitution Park Mu- were derived from the Library; of
seum, joint project of the Flor- Florida i. ia University of Flor-
idra State Museum and the Flori- da, the Archives department of
Memorials will be formally opened the Florida State Librairy at Talla-
on Friday, December 16. The ex- iassee, and the Library, of G ,on-
hibits were recently installed by gress, in Washington,. D. C. Sev-
2iembers of the exhibits depart- leral lis..-,riits on ,the faculty' of
;ment of the Florida State Museum the University, at Gainsville, con-
]who brought the finished displays tribute .valuable, help. while the
.to Port St. Joe from Gainsville exhibits were being assembled.
via a large moving van. The build- The City of Port St. Joe has al-
ing, an attractive modern one-story so contributed, to the ,new-museum
structure, was finished early last 'which is necessarily .of much local
spring. interest. An interesting and accur-
The museum exhibits and the atly 'built replica of .Florida's first
park were primarily created to steam locomotive is conspicuouss
commemorate Florida's first Con- attraction. The original.engine was
stitution which was drawn up in one of the very early.locomotives
:St. Joseph in the winter of 1838-,to be used in America. There was
11839. A special election ofConsti less than a thousand miles of rail
-tution Convention delegates had track in ,the United. States when
bean held' in Territorial Florida 'the. t:' Joseph-Lake Wiitu1io lineh
a few months before the meeting was opened. :in- 18&3,' Ti,? replica
was held at St. Joseph. The signing was 'built for the St. ,Joseph Cen-
lof the completed document is dra- tennial, in 1938, and was removed
matically ,shown by maens -of a from storage by city : employees,
diorama, or three-dimensional re- and carefully, transported to the
construction, of the scene, with new building in Constitution Park.
miniature figures in wax. Another city- gift to the Museum
While the story of Florida's first is the interesting large slate tomb-
Constitution is emphasized- in .the stone from the St. Joseph ceme-
displays, a number of the colorful tary that had been stored for sev-
exhibits- tell of the way of life in eral years at the City .Hall. It had
the bustling sea-port town, one of- been removed from the cemetery
the -wo -leading cities of Florida to prevent further vandalism after
at the time of the Convention. the brick vault to which it was
Near the center of the large 40 by attached had been destroyed The
50 exhibit hall is a reconstructed well-engraved stone marked the
room of a St. Joseph home in 18'39. 'grave of Captain Henry Kupfer
Here are shown everyday items of the Schooner Herald .who died
that are typical of early nineteenth at sea and was buried two days
Century life in Florida. Included later at St. Joseph, in September,
in this exhibit is a life-size.figure 1840.
in 19th Century dress and bonnet.
The alls of the room are hung with
several oil. paintings from the Mu- Oak Grove Assembly
seum's collection at Gainsville. Officers Enjoy' Banquet
Two of the walls are. paneled in the -
style of many houses of the per- The annual banquet for the
.iod. teaochers,-;,nd officers of the Oak
A. great amount of research 'by Grove Assembly of God Sunday
museum staff members -was nec- school was held Thursday night,
essary in order to make -the exhi-, December 1,.in the dining room of
'bits authentic. Many of the dis- the Motel St.- Joe. Those present
plays have photo copies of early enjoyed the talk given by David
newspapers and documents dating C. Gaskin, attorney, on juvenile
back to the days when St. Joseph delinquency.
was a thriving young metropolis Special singing was rendered by
with a bright future. The early Melba and Betty Butts and IMr. and
newspapers and documents shown Mrs. Kenneth Ellis.


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Four Carvel Hall
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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida. By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnint,
Reporter, Proof Reader and Bookkeeper
Entered as second-class matter, December 19. 1987, at the
Postoffioe, Port St. Joe, Fla., under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, S.00 SIX MONTHS 1.50
THREE MONTHS 127.13
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TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omission in adver
tIsements, the publishers do not hold themselves liable for
damage further than amount received for such advertisemnt
the spoken word is given scant attention; the printed wrd
Is thoumghtully weighed. The spoken word barely aaserts,
the printed word thoroughly cnovtnces. The spoken word
1k lost- the prnuti word remains.


THIS GIRDLE MAY RIP
Under our price support program, American
agriculture looks more and more like a fat lady
trying to squeeze into a girdle two sizes too
small. She pulls in a little bit here and she pops
out a little bit there. We read about the Louis-
iana farmer who put his cut-back cotton acreage
into wheat already bulging out of storage bins
- and the wheat farmer who put his acres into
grain sorghums to compete with the over-
abundance of corn. And so it goes.
We thought of the hefty gal and her girdle
recently when we read some "plain words"
spoken by Dr. L. J. Norton, head of the Univer-
sity of Illinois Department of Agricultural Econ-
omics, to a group of U. S. Department of Ag-
riculture employees charged with handling gov-
ernment surplus.
"Those responsible for farm programs should
clearly recognize that attempts to support prices
of any agricultural commodity above its real
value will lead to accumulations that depress
both prices and incomes," he warned. "We are
now in this position in the Corn Belt."
In that same Corn Belt, Dr. Norton's words
carry weight. His close work with mid-we t-


NEWS FROM

icdhldand View
By MARTHA RAY

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kelly and chil-
dren of Dothan, Ala., spent the
week end with. his brother, Mr. and
Mrs. Doss Kelley and son, Douglas.
Mrs. J. K. Williams spent several
weeks in Panama City with her son
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Peterson spent
a few days with friends and rela-
tives In DeFuniak Springs and
Samson, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Whitaker
of Caryville spent a day with Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Peterson.
We welcome 'into our community
Mrs. Annie Chason of Telogia. She
is the mother of Mrs. W. Russ.
Mr. and Mrs. James Williams and


ern farmers in farm extension programs carried Ne Arm Volunt
on by the Illinois College of Agriculture in co ew Army Voluntee
operation with the U.S.D.A. has given him con- Christmag H0lidal
siderable stature., i
His practical know-how convinces Dr. Nor-
ton that there are sounder ways to help the far-. A holiday plan that will allow
mer than the setting o artificial prices. Active volunteers for the Regular Army
pr tiand Women's Army Corps to re-
promotion at the retail level can encourage pur- 'main at home during the coming


chases of the cheapest and most abundant farm
products, he says, an the farmer must strive to
produce the products the consumer wants.
Discussing current low levels of grain and
hog prices, the outspoken economist pinned
blame "on the farm programs of the postwar
period."
"These are plain words but is it not time to
use them?" he asked. "The Congress of the
United States simply tried to establish by law a
price for some products above the level at which
current output can be sold A lot of people
in the United States do not see much point in
piling u stocks of grain for which we have no
use, he emphasized. "'And Congress does not
get too far away from public opinion. The
only way to stop accumulation is to lower the
support price."
Nobody most of all our Dr. Nortons -
wants to let the farmer down but a solid
foundation is safer for the farmer than being
suspended by an artificial price thread that may
snap under the weight of growing surpluses.

HEAD-LINES
Time was when actors were about the only
customers the wig-makers had, and even from
the cheap seats you could tell which thespian
had the toupee. But things are different now.
It seems as if nobody wears a wig any more.
It seems that way because you can't tell
who's wearing a hairpiece and who isn't even
a barber can't tell until he starts investigating.
These later models don't skid, people swim in
them, sleep in them, and they're hurricane proof.
As a style note, we might mention that the latest
in hairpieces is the crew-cut!


children of Dothan, Ala., visited missionary name on the tree and
Sunday with :the latter's parents, prayed for them. 'Those taking part.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Laurimore: I were- Cookie Richards, Pinky Whit-
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Godwin spent field, Rose Lee and' Linda Faye
Sunday in Blountstown with his Keels, Libby Adams, Sible Tucker,
sister, Mrs. Mary Pitts Patricia Flowers. After the meeting,
J. J. Laurimore is at home doing they planned a Christmas party at
fine after undergoing surgery last the home of their counselor, Mrs.
week at the Municipal Hospital. L. F. Adams, Thursday, Dec. 22.
Mrs. Kathleen Stallings of Jack- The meeting was dismissed by the
sonville is spending a few days with president Sible Tucker by prayer.
her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Birthday Party
Bill Lee. i rs. H. G. Parker honored Miss
J. Walter Martin and Mark Wil- Libby Adams with a birthday party
Hams spent the/week end visiting at the home of M'rs. H. G. Parker,
relatives in Ver'non. Saturday at 2:0 p1.'im Refreshments
Junior G. A.'s served were: cake, hot chocolate,
Christmas capdy. Those present
The Junior G. A.'s met Monday, were: Pinky Whitfield, Cookie
December 5 at 4:16 at the Highland Richard. Linda Gale Linton, Caro-
View Baptist Church. -President lyn Whitehirst, Sara Kathryn
Sible Tucker called the meeting to Cumbie, Patricia McCormick, Pat-
order by reading of Luke 2:8-14. sy Patterson, Rose Lee Keels, Nor-
Theme for the program was, ma Sue Peterson. Sending gifts
"There's A Song In The Air". In wa Mr. Alma Dewitt.
the center of the room was a ___. -
Christmas tree. Each girl pinned a Advertisin Doesn't Cost It PAYS


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GIVING,
ELECTKZIC


LIVING


holidays was announced this week
by the local Army Recruiter, M-Sgt.
A. C. Blalock.
Effective on the 15th of this
month, men and women enlisting
in the Army will be given a holiday
leave on the day then enlist at
Jacksonville. Full pay begins on
the day of enlistment plus a spec-
ial allowance of $1.05 per day for
meals while on leave.
"Travel orders and transporta-
tion arrangements are made at the
time of enlistment for the men *o
report to Fort-Jackson. (Columbia)
S. C. on January 3rd and for the
WAC's to report to their training
center a.t Fort McClellan, (Annis-


'


rs Can Spend The

ys At Home With Pay

ton) Ala., on January 4th", the re-
cruiter explained.
A person enlisting on December
16th would draw a total of $56.00
while enjoying the holidays at home
as a member of the Regular Army.
Normal shipping schedules will be
in effect for those who do not wish
to take advantage of this program
and for previous service men who
must reenlist before the expiration
of their 90 day reenlistment period.
Interested persons are invited to
visit the Army Recruiter at the
Post Office building each Thurs-
day morning for complete informa-
tion.
IECEIPT BOOKS: Small books of
duplicate receipts and books of
iurf receipts to the page. The Star.
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YOU CAN BE THAT LUCKY PERSON .

All you have to do to qualify is to come by our showrooms

and DRIVE'the all new 1956 FORD Nothing to buy No

sales talk. Come by today and be our guest.


A range, refrigerator or electric dryer

Water heater, washer or handy fryer

Freezer, coffeemaker or automatic toaster

Ironer, lamp or gleaming roaster.

Electric appliances all have found

Give happiness and use all year 'round.

This year when you think of Christmas giving

Please her with gifts for ELECTRICAL LIVING.
R. E. PORTER, Manager


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FORD-Sales & Service-MERCURY


Ex-Convict Will Speak At Send The Star To A Friend
Highland View Church

Rev. Joseph R. Anderson will
speak at the Highland View Metho-
dist Church Sunday morning at, "
11:00. He was converted in a pri-
son and has spent 25 years travel- SS CBIlSMAS GREEI NGSr1s955
ing in the United States, Canada ,
and Mexico, lecturing in prisons,
hospitals, churches and civic meet-
ings. He is currently president of
the Prison Missionary Association, GREEINGS 1-
Inc., and is a Methodist home mis- -
sionary. Some of his sermon topics' i
are "Crime Does Not Pay", "Walk-'
ing The Last Mile" and "Leading
Men to Christ Behind the Grey .
Walls".
Mrs. Joseph Anderson will sing "
at the morning service. Everyone is
invited to attend this special ser-
vice. IS THE TIME TO BUY


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CANNED MILK 3 cans 39c END CUT PORK LB.3
CAN D MILK 3 cans 39c v h
PENNY -3 CANS PorkChops 3 9c
A cn 2 PICNIC SLICED FREE LB.
DOG FOOD 3 cans 25c HAMS Ib 29c.
PURE CANE WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE BR
SUGAR 5 1b 39t STEW 5 Ib $1I
Florida ORANGES 2doz.29c

LETTUCE e lSe 1 d9cF H E
FRESH SQUASH lb. 10c F -Sh MULLE T b c
FRESH PEAS Ib. 15c
Fresh GRAPEFRUIT ea. Sc isD S N -ouWo.$3o 5
FRESH LEMONS doz.39c .----a OIL N 10 Jug $1.35
GOLDEN RIPE MAXWELL HOUSE Regular or Drip Limit 1 LB.
BANANAS COFFEE Reg. or Drip 89c1
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Very slight irregular of a nationally advertised
brand that sells for $1.25. All sizes in the
newest fall shades! M,










Men's blue chnray sh,rLE vo~th
,9. First quality. Sanforiz.
D-, 'OYLE' LAUmCMES A SPU %TACULA"R SL FFALL
$1.000 _________ _________

RESS FOXCROFT COLORED GIFT GIFT

S E 0EDTS SHEETS SHEETS BLANKETS BLANKETS
SI79c3 Gabardine, gingham and 81X99, white sheets worth today' 81X99, "Spring Knight" sheets 72X84 wool, rayon and cotton Large, 72X84, Nylon-acetate,
driftwood- suitings. All newest $4.98 pair. The four year guar- worth $5.98 pair. Perfect for blend, single blankets worth luxurious blankets worth $5.95.
-patterns on sate at anteed sheets, special at Christmas giving. Sale price $4,50. Satin bound. Solid colors. Wide satin binding. Sol

MEN'S-4- i 49c yd. $3.99pr. $4.98 pr. $3.49 $4.98
JEANS ______"
Heavy, 10 ounce blue jeans worth Ii,,ri .
wel mabran'd."" ChildW's SHIRTS 79c Boy's Jeans $1.49
$1.00 Sanforized flannel sport shirts in boys Famous "Happy Jim" aid."Big Buck" blue
and girls sizes from 1 to 6. jeans. Sizes 4 to 10. Sanforized"
SChild's Overalls $1.39 BOYS' 13 Oz. JEANS
Washable corduroy in pastel colors. Gripper 'Cowhid western style. ...
seat style. Sizes from 1 to 3X. Sizes $ $Siz2s, -- LADIES' -


CHILD'S JEANS 88 C'
ij $1.10 corduroys and twills in all colors.
Elastic waist style. Great values!
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BOYS' .
T-SHIRTS 2 for $100
Nice quality, white cotton T-shirts worth
59c each. Sizes. 6 to 16.


SHOES SH
styles. $2.98
$7.95 to $9.95 fall
1-U L Lnv uo in


I I J, I I. BOYS' famous brands, a.tl
3 for '1000 BRIEFS 3 for 100 for quclk disposali
B Extra nice quality, white, brief style. Rayon Knitted cotton briefs worth "39c each. Sizes
panties worth 49c each. small, medium and large. ,




Entire stack regular $2.95 to $16.50 jackets all re-, BSBj
duced 20% for this great sale! Plastics, gabardines
and nylons in all sizes from 4 up to 18.
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Better type fall dresses that reg-
ularly sell at $12.75 up to
$22.50. They are all marked
down one third off to give you
spectacular savings!


ENTIRE STOCK


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and SUITS


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c-. Popular new flannels and cordu-
I roys. Misses sizes from 10 to 18.
f A sensational vaiue at $6.00.



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All ladies fall coats and suits
are marked down for this sale!
January reductions right now!


2 BIG

WEEKS
STARTING PROMPTLY AT


9 AM FRIDAY


6' v"


LADIES" -
ROBES
Attractive, duster style, chenille
robes worth $3.49. Pastel and dark
colon. S1be 10 to 18.

$2.88


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SALE
PRICE


$2.95 value white nylon tricot slips.,
Sizes 34 to 40. Beautifully trimmed.


N Y rCA SLIPS


Nationally advertised Mojud" and-
Gordon slips! Sizes. 32 to 42.


NYLON PANTIES
SALE
PRICE- --.,
Ladies' brief style,, white nylon pan-
ties that sell in most stores at $1.00 '
to $1.25.


RAYON PANTIES

3 fr $1.00 |
Ladies' brief style panties worth 49c.
First quality. White and colors.


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ROBES
Quilted nylons and acetate worth
~ u. i. a new styles and col-
es. marvelous gift ItemI


$9.88


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CANNON

TOWELS
'xtra large, 22X44, bath towels
n assorted solid colors. Good
eight. 79c values at each

S59c


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CANNON

T 0 TOWELS
Large, 20X40 sqze, fancy bath
towels worth 59c each. Be early
for these Friday at


We will give, absolutely free, one .of our famous $5.95 "Wright"
fur felt hat's w'h cany man's. .


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SUIT 80G07T DURING THIS SALE!


You get top value in the suit and a high class hat at no extra cost!


~Plipess


CHENILLE

SPREADS


Beautiful colors! Single or dou-
ble bed size. Fringed. Good
weight, durable quality. $5.95
value for


YD. WIDE


Solid color and stripe patterns.
Worth 29c. on today's market!
Limited supply to be sold at

5 yds. S100


39c


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SHOES


ass shoes, our
marked down


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"Rand* dress shoes each and
every pair on sale at


20% OFF


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Men's Sklac
$5.95 and $6.95 values! All new colors in
dacron-acetate gabardines.

Corduroy $3.33
Men's extra nice quality corduroy sport
shirts. Newest colors. $3.95 regularly!


Men's gabardine and flannel shirts. New
colors and patterns. Worth $2.95.


Men's heavy, gray and white sweat shirts.
Regular value $1.59.


COTTON

BA TTS
r pound size, unbleached cot-
ton, comfort size batts. $1.59
rpost everywhere. Sale special

51.29


MEN'S
MNHANKS 6 for 49c
Good cruality, white cotton hanks that sell
regularly at 15c each!
STRETCH
SOX 2 pr. $1.00
Men's 85c value, 'nylon stretch socks in all
newest patterns and colors.
MEN'S ,.
U-Suits 2 for 88c
Athletic undershirts worth 59c each. Splen-
did quality. Sizes 36 to 46.
MEN'S
SHORTS 2 pr. 88c
Fancy broadcloth shorts worth 65c each.
First quality. Sanforized.


AL.
Men's and young men's fine quality, 100% wool
flannel slacks in the popular new colors. For wear
right now. Regularly worth $10.95 and $12.95.
NmEIm!! IIZ weli am:Jjn


PORT ST. JOE


rr ONE LOT -

DRESSES
Fall cottons and rayon formerly
priced from $5.95 to $12.95. Wom-
en's and misses sizes.
$3.88


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PORT ST. JOE SEAL SALI I N-Zady Fensom, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul S. Fensorn, displays the Christmas: seal poster In use this
year. Judy, a student at Port St. Joe High School, assisted Seal Sale
Chairman L. S. Bissett, Jr., by addressing envelopes for this year's
.campaign. George Y. Core is president of Gulf County Tuberculosis
and Health Association which is sponsoring the Christmas seal cam-
paign.


.A. 7I AR, ORT T. JolE, GULP OUNtY. PL.ORIDA .

S o ; b youths 5 b rough 1955 Fish Catch 17 Motorists Warned To
years of age, and by children 12
through 14. Normally, more of the Per Cent Under 1954 Beware of "Holidaze"
older children bold jobs.
The certificate totals do not Florida 's cum.-rial at.r l..io.rint Fi:rida wer. rn-
cover all children who work Some ag.r ,.m r l .a-u.;- G toay b, lb Florida Highway
,angler' b',uztut ., I .,. -d tL ia. by the Florida High-vay
occupations are exempt trom cer- i fS t. e r tr, t, t the tlidaze"-
tificare requirements. such as work A r o--c a t' ,, .e hi. i l tr n-i t tratfft trhe, fi.
zt-I d .. at thc, do.k foir 1 1t ,' r rt in traffic troutlpe.


Dii '."tr H N. KirKmrin aid
M ai .,iJ.i.: -. I n ilad ., while h
ii uld .-iidJ ,h-Iin a ln d .Luring
til, t.'tlll"S. I .i*- i ,unD and often
" .ihds> ".-I tio:,w up ia Lrouble in

'h ii J, l .idiJ, dZze- abt):ut which
tli :m.,,.e : th DecCe-llJn r season
'.. idt flK wind .' silhp by car,
[edi.,dti iin-I. r ai: lIng chances
and buardle ld.J-n fulk walkl all
, i- aL in fi, t1 .1 fish a gain of
p:' cent i)I-'i -I uL'I p and re-
I Led fish and 41 p-r .:erir less In
I :n-food fish.
i 'i inl the _fir ,t -ir- t o, :rithb
ot 19'.., the Univ-ers.ity of Miami
liriu.- LabratOlry reports rual i fuf
food fi,.Lh -i' run '6 pr cent, be-
low 19',4 in tie volume ..f the


THURSDAY, DtCP.Mbft, 8 19BB
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and -.it er Cibristnia activities ---
-:,i they let their safety guard down
in traffic., then ---WHAM! they're
etrher seriouiJsl i niured o.r killed "
declared Kirk-ni.
"Safety lax-te.-- dJut irig lithe Xma-
aeasuii applies eijquialli to pedes-.
trians and drivers,. -, it becoi, me
increasingly nece-s;.rr, ..r u: ail
to watch how we dri..- and a.lk
if we waint 1.0 keep [fr'ii runin:ri-
Iuto trIou "le" he -aid. .
Tlie p, tt.iioi .l. il l :..n .miliu its in.
tensifi,: 1 work durnu. the Cliri.rt-
inaI ru-h buit the -driver and tlie
pedestrian will have to help by


UnU. I v Ianl
Pr. 7-2051 Reid Ave.

EXPERT REPAIRS ON
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TELEVISION SETS
TV ANTENNAS, ROTORS
MIX MASTERS
VACUUM CLEANERS
ELECTRIC IRONS
ELECTRIC TOASTERS
ELECTRIC HEATERS
LAMPS
DRILLS
MOTORS
WASHING MACHINES
ELECTRIC STOVES
HOT WATER HEATERS


in domestic service, or on farm uA.....L......L.-. .... .. -
,utsideo school hours. and street ij ar.
"r r, es 1 ':5I4 i:a t l a I h-,, i ( i .
trade, su-h as newspaper selling
in .hij.h youths are .eif emple.,'L ed.
S StateAide estimates are that 62,- and :l '- il 2 L-, t et r' r I-
i.n children now hold jobs in Fi or. lu e, utIari-; in ti- h bighl. i, Ic
ida. V,:celle said the great increase ualin, -.-ar-t.- vyear nature ,i,
!n numnber.s of employment certifi- tt.
Icatoe issued to Florida children Chaiit.erl .1 i,..lmn-rev c._,mni u rit
itbiis year mea-ns that not ontl are :.:,terda
rt.ore youthFl, working., but also that The t Lta l i:atC:h I _, I',4" ... m. Lade-
ledu:ational programs of the FIC up of G..','i.42-' poundJ of tih food
Child Labor Department are pay- fsi-ti a! ibi,:. -.ohId f.r i'lSi.,11- at the
ing off in infiorminng children n and d-ock : i'.7;, '. p.'.n- t -!- ie l
employers about requirements for fis'h. [ilictil..i ,- shrimp lp., brr-n
children under 1S obtain ring the H15 .'1ii','i.9 4. ai. 42.4'.-..i)7S pound-
pernits before they can legally Of menlihaden i'.) ..rh'-r nor-fo:,.1
work. tsh s fellin g for !'21,.')62.
he injury rate h.ias r.i-eii orl, [ Ctan -.s- in tlie, ..-ch in 1954
5.7 per cent this year. compared to fi,:'i, 19-53 are reported in this
8.6 per cent through the same time ',-ek'-. business review of the
last yar, and an actual decrease rcf Sate i-'iiamnber' research and in-
t11' fewer injuries, even though du..trial di'. i ,ion. SiLritip and re-
more children ar- working," Vo- l.ted iLshI 7.re down 1i0 per cent
celle said. "This i. extremely gra-,in voluiiie aridj 2 per ,:eni. in sales.
tifvying and shows a ;ireter obser- Fin tod l sro ,ved ,:ilh ually o
vance of the Child Labi-r La-ws of cban e. The iuenhLaden Latch last
the state, better safety measures year was off 41.1 per cent in volume
on the part of employers. and r- ieat- and 20 per cent in ralue.
er compliance with prohibitions IConimpied ,aitth the five year
against children working over hours average voiumte )1949 to ,1S3).
or in hazardous occupation -" last .,.-' uhoived a drop of 7 per
Child Labor Departmeint h-adI -- ---
Douglas Hopkins. Jr said Inspec-
rions this year have oi-taled 7,S77. HALLMARK'S
and showed at Ia.t 'll per cent i I illMlU i 1
compliance with 15S vi,olatio'ns VISIT
found.
The employment certificates are For BABY NEEDS and
issued in each county through the
Superintendent of Public Instruc- GIFTS FOR BABY
tion. I


,:.' t : !9. volume through Aug-



C c' Rid
of Y. cold ?
Then trv :.i il me v.I. c.i eity med-
icine. to.r ,..J fEt c-fectiveness
ginA t all s r. ptoms oof all tind of
colds. C,6i c.,mrbines 4 potent, wid.l -
pre.-cribed drugs and giv-. p i:,_it.e
dramatIc reo.ulti in a m,Lter of hours.
1Is combined the-rapy cors the
complete rang,. of all cold ,ymptoms.
No other cold remevy
can moalh f,,-.i Io b6 6 6
or 666 Cold Tabl.U. 6 66.


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

Meeting In The High School Auditorium

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


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ports Industrial' Commission Chair-
34 Gulf CT OUnty I man James T. Vocelle.
S I Statewide, 19,937 of the employ-
Children W working -1'ent certificates were issued thru
ililnl n l II the third quarter of this year, com-
BR Ct t DAr t'l pared to 14,34-8 through the same
By State Permi tl time in 1954, Vocelle said. The in-
-- crease amounts to 39 per cent.
A total of 34 Gulf County chil- The Gulf County certificates in-
dren under 18 obtained work per- cluded 20 for boys, and 14 for girls.
mits through October this year, re- By age groups, there were 19


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where *te-v ar gu'Az. a life,. KLrkman concluded.
One bu-tndred and fusrteen po- ---
pi died in trafl. ,rashes i Fl pr- For a "Crick" in your neck-see
a Chiropractor. (adv)
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,rant tL, repeat that awAful perform. .s on lr printing a SIgn of quality.
manc,:- this ,ear," lie- Patrol cbt ---- --
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New Club Is Formed By Paper Company

Finishers and Shippers Tuesday Nite

Last Tuesday -evening, 35 em- ship between the company, the
ployees of the finishing and ship- men and the community, as a whole
ping department of St. Joe Paper and to discuss any act on any and
Company held a dinner at the Cen- all matters of a civic nature.
tennial Building to organize a club The name selected for the club
to discuss problems which confront by those present was, Paper Finish-
the department in its work, such ers and Shippers Benvolent Assoc-
as safety, better methods, etc., to nation.
promote brotherhood among the; The following members were
men, to promote a better relation- elected to serve as the board of


PAGE ELEVEN

directors for the ensuing year: old BBurch, Raymond Brackin, Roo- Richter, Jim. Ha.rison;, How-IaW
Rodbrt Williams, president; Otis sevelt Morris, Herman Brock, R. Cannington, Lonnie Bell, Buell
M. Mortin, Jr., vice-presid*ent; Tee C. Lewis, David Broxton, Hubert Harper, Lloyd Rudd, Everett Coo-
Hicks, secretary; Bobby Jackson, Stripling, Talmadge Cox, Roy Shi- 'per, Billy Slaughter, Kemp Ken-
treasurer; Ivey Cooper, member; rah, Bolbby Jackson, Chester Miles, 'iedy, Hoyt Waldrop .and Janies
Lee. Roy Brawmton, membre and Otis M. Morton, Jr., R. E. Williams, Kent.
Lonnie Bell, member. Howard Mitchell, Thomas A. Ro- .. .


Williams appointed the following
to serve as the entertainment com-
mittee for "the next meeting, which
will be held in January, Bill Flem-
ing, chairman, Thomas A. Rogers,
Roy Shirah, Howard Mitchell and
Billy Hardy.
The charter members present at
the meeting were: B. W. Howze,
Lewis Gay, James D. Mc'Cardle,
Wilson Baker, Ivey J. Cooper, Har-


gers, K. C. Mashburn, Tee Hicks,'
Harry E. Cannavino, Clarence Har-
ris, Jr., Mathew -Gray, Gokrdon
Brown, J. J. Clements, Louie E.
Carter, Bill Walters, Albert K. Da-
vis, David W. Smith, Lee Roy
Bramton, Bill Fleming, Donald
PRhames and Harmon Howard.
The charter members not present
were: Fred Kemp, Robert Lee King,
George Estridge, .Robert Tindell,
James Haddock, Billy Hardy, Jack


CUB SCOUT CHRISTMAS
PARTY THURSDAY EVE'
All Cub Scouts and parents are
reminded, of the godd time planiled
for the regular. meeting Thursdday
of the Cub Scouts at the Pireib-
terian Church. All scout dehs are
to draw names anid have small gifts
for each other.

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Photo: Canadian National Radways
r'he Thomas family, who are the only wintertime residents of Govern.
pent Park, Ontario, Canada, a fishing camp on Cedar Lake in Algonquin
park along the Trans-Contintnrital Line of the Canadian National Rail.
ray., set up their Yuletide Christmas tree, complete with lights
ind tinsel, on the back porch. Two young deer, whose mother was a
.et of the Thomas' after they had saved her from a pack of wolves
hen hlie was a helpless fawn, attracted by the colored lights, invited
themselves to the Christmas party. Anticipating they would be attracted,
"trap" was set to flash a bulb and trip a camera so the deer could take
heir own picture. The camera caught one of the curious animals, minus
antler apparently lost in an encounter with a tree or another of his
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Miss Helen Hayes, foremost ac-
tress of the American stage, points
out one of many new ways she
uses her Christmina .Seals on gift
packages. Illustrating new ways of
using the Seals that fight tubercu-
losis, the Tie-Tie Gift Wrappings
division of Chicago Printed String
Company has designed a group
of Christmas Seal gift packages
especially for the 1955 Christmas
Seal Sale of the Tuberculosis.
Associations.


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IIII EL-- I LN IR, OR ST JO I II I., GUL- F C. I I ID TI II ETl9ER] 8 1951b@ l


Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Folsom
Maxwell of Port- St. Joe are an-
nouncing the birth of a son, Rich-
ard Phillip Maxwell on November-
23 in the Municipal Hospital. Wt.
7 lbs., 2 ozs.
Mr. and Mrs._Louis Edward Car-
ter, Sr., (nee Marjorie Louise Par-
rish) of Port St. Joe announce the
birth of a son, Louis Edward Car-
ter, III, on November 25 in the Mu-
nicipal Hospital. Weight_9 lbs.
Mr. anid Mrs. Foy Eugene* Ad-
ams, (nee Catherine -Starling) an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Marion Ann on November 6 in the
Municipal Hospital. Weight 8 lbs.,
12 ozs. :
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Joel Car-
ter, (nee Johnny Christian Brock)
of this city announce the birth of
a daughter, Lisa Carol on Novem-
ber 14 in the Municipal Hospital:
Weight 6 lbs., 10 ozs.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Edward
Hart of White City announce the
birth of a son, Richard Wayne on
November 16 in the Municipal Hos-
pital. Weight 9 lbs. Mrs. Hart is
the former Dorothy Lee Pope.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gay (nee Avis


Merle Watson) announce the birth a son, John Ddum on December 2 First Baptist WMS Meets by Mrs. Rich.
of a son, Timothy Wayne on No- in the Municipal Hospital. Weight For Roal Service Proram rs. W. H. Herring, president of
vember :d bat the Municipal Hospi- 9 lbs., I oz. Mrs. Odum is the -for- : For Koyal Service frogrcim the WMS, presided over the busi-
tal. Weight 8 lbs., 6 O&s. mer Wanda Ruth Dykes.: I ness meeting. Good reports were
Mr. and Mrs. Harold -Everitt Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Gerald jThe Woman's Missionary Society given by the chairmen and officers.
Stanley of Cape San Blas Station Jackson of this city announce the of the First Baptist Church met A Christmas part ywas planned for
(nee Annabelle Lee Coleman) are birth of a son, Randy Lynn-on De- Monday afternoon at 2:45 in the ,Tuesday, December 20 at 3 p.m. in
announcing the. birth of a son, Mi- member 12 in the Municipal Hos- church for the monthly business the afternoon at the church. All
chaeljee Sta44ey on Novymber 21 pital. Weight 8 lbs., 2 ozs. Mrs. meeting and the Royal Service pro- members will bring gifts for the
in-the Municipal Hospital. Weight Jackson is the former Nona Jean- gram. children's home and food for the
6 lb-s, 5-s. o ette Hendrix. Mrs. John Rich, of Circle 3 was Christmas baskets that will be de-
* Mr. and rMs. Gerald Edward Mr. and Mrs. James Roscoe Pure- in charge of the program. After livered by the Community Missions
Pening-ton of this city.are announc- well of Wewahitchka announce the the singing of two hymns, the pro- Committee.
ing the.bir.h of a son, Stephen Ed- birth of a daughter, Nancy Carol gram on "Prayer" was presented. It was announced that if the cir-
ward Penningto o November 18 in on November 23 in the Municipal Theme of the program, "A Mighty cles desire to hold a meeting pre-
the Municipal Hospital. Weight 9 Hospital. Weight 8 lbs., 11 ozs. Fortress Is Our God" was develop- vious to the party, they may do so.
lbs. Mrs. Pennington will- be re- Mrs. Purswell is the former Mal- ed by Mrs. S. E. Parker, Jr., Mrs. There will be no meeting next
membered as the former Karen zie Lee Martin. C. G. Costin, Sr., Mrs. E. S. Marlow, Monday.
G inette "Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Phillip Du-! Mrs. Clifford Tharpe and Mrs. Rich.. The meeting was dismissed by
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes (nee vall, Jr., of this city announce the The program closed with a prayer Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon with prayer.
Ruby Janice Seawright) announce birth of a daughter, Linda Gail I ..-_ ___. -.I.. oTwenty-five members attended.
the birth o a daughter, Jeanette Duval, on November 27 in the Mu- White City announce the birth of I -_ ______0
AliciaStokes onNovember, 21 npl. Hospital. Weight 7 es., 8 a son, Randal Wayne on November Throat irritations can come from
Ssoz. Mrs. Duvall is the former Mary itr splne.-See a Chiropractor.
the Municipal Hospital. Weight Elizabeth Gay. 7 lbs., 5 ozs. Mrs. Rogers is the_
8 ., and Mrs. Roy D. Bton o Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Rogers of former Elizabeth Cooper. For a "Crick" in yui neck-See
Overstreet announce the birth of a Chiropractor. (adv)


a daughter, Joyce Elaine Batson
on --Dcember 4 in. the Municipal
Hospital. Weight 6 libs., 3 ozs. Mrs.
Batson is, the former Joyce Jean-!
et'te McDaniell.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Francis
Page of this city announce the!
birth of a son, Timothy Wayne Page
on December 5 in the Municipal
Hospital. Mrs. Page is the former
Mary Coralee Whiddon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ddum of Monu-
ment Avenue announce i&e birth of




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Featuring the 1955 Christmas Seals, these Lnristmas git
packages designed for the National Tuberculosis Association
by the Tie-Tie Gift Wrappings division of Chicago Printed
String Company show how to use the Christmas Seals
you buy to support the fight against tuberculosis in this
community.


Egg Nog Greets the Season!


Photo courtesy Scaftest Kitchen4
HOSPITALITY SIMMERS ON THE HEARTH! By Christmastime, -i
reaches a rolling boil. And every household bubbles with the merrimenl
'and the spice of the season.
Contributing its own unique ex-
citement to the festivities is egg sweet, rich and smooth, laced deli-
nog, one of the oldest of holiday lately with a non-alcoholic rum
refreshments, and still one of the flavoring. Ready to serve just as it
best Wherever it is served, it comes from market or- milk de,
speaks hospitality to all comers, livery, the traditional holiday drink
and speaks it with: such mellow- makes a fine "ready-for-nompany"
ness and charm that no one can addition to the refrigerator shelf
resist. throughout the holiday season.
Happily for hosts, and visiting Served in a festive pitcher or bowl,
carolers, egg fiog ready to serve the luscious milk drink has a way
comes into the market early-iai of turning any simple buffet into a.
time to lend an extra festive touch regal supper. For afternoon or eve,
to Thanksgiving, It is available ning refreshment, for casual guest
from that date through New Year's, or formal party, egg nog says
4n market place or through regular "Welcome" in the best tradition of
-Uik delivervy Tbh no w ia ninv nnd ihe hnlid.yv seasoo' fJ


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

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THR STTAR, PORT ST. JOE, GUL~F couIVYy, frubAID


.THURSDAY,. DrCMl3FR 1966-'


PAGE TWELVB


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Fka MARKIC






I n MnA-p =,f 0,T-R.PR. .. U.OIP N


ered 1 Cheverolet truck, 2 tons, fore the Board on behalf of the
MINUTES OF THE 1955 model for $2,354.55. St. Joe Constitution Park Museum "Dedi-
Motor Co. offered 1 Ford truck, cation Day" and told that he had
COUNTY COMMISSION 2 tons, 1956 model,$2,377.34. been appointed Chairman of the
i. After consideration, there was "Dedication Day"; that the Muse-
The board of County Commis.- a motion by Comm. Harden, sec- um is now completed and that the
sioner. of Gulf County, Florida onded by Comm. Price and upon Governor of Florida has set Dec-
met thisdate in special session. vote was unanimously carried, ember 16th as "Dedication Day";
The following members were pre- that the.County purchase the Ford that a big celebration with enter-
sent: Geo. W.'Cooper, Chairman;, truck as offered by the St. Joe tainment and a free dinner has
E. C. Haden, ,Sr., T. D. Whitfield, Motor Co. for $2377.34. been planned. Mr. Sharit then told
J. C. Price, and Parker G. Hart. The borad discussed the con- the Board that the finance Comn-
The Clerk, Shertif and Attorney struction of a new road that will mittee for the "Dedication Day"
Gaskin were also present. run from the Kenney Mill Commis- will need an additional $2,000.00
. The meeting came to order at sary building to Goff Town. The to finance all of the functions for
6:30 PM. Chairman informed the Board that this celebration and requested the
Th chairman announced that the new road is necessary because.Bardf CountyCommissioners to


this meeting is called for the pur-
pose of receiving bids to purchase
a truck for the Gulf County Mos-
quito Control. Department and to
attend to any other -business that
may. come before the Board.
Whereupon, the following blds
were received and read: Hutchins-
Thursby Cheverolet Co., Inc. off-


the new Glidden Plant site will contrioue this amount to the
necessitate closing the road now, cause. After consideration, the
being used to serve the Goff Town Chairman informed Mr. Sharit
area. The Board instructed the that the Board will consider this
Road Supt. to begin construction matter and will inform him of its
on the new road at the very earli- decision. The Board then directed
est date possible. the Attorney General of Florida
,Hon. J. L. Sharit, Mayor of the as the legality of the County ex-
City of Port St. Joe appeared be- pending funds for this purpose.


New S. S. Law
Enlarges Payment
The 1954 amendments to the So.
cial Security Act provide immediate
benefits to a large group of survi-
vors, according to John V. Carey,
district manager, Social Security
Administration, 522 Mercer Ave-
nut, Panama City. These people are
survivors of workers who died be-
fore September 1950. If you are the
survivor of a worker who died after
June 1940 but before September
1950 and who had some work cov-
ered b social security but who
was not fully insured under the
old law, you may now be-eligible
for benefit payments.
As an example, there is the case
of John Jones who died in March
There being no further business
to come before the Board at 'his
time, it did then adjourn.


1948. He had workde about three
years and earned twelve quarters
of coverage. Since he had become
66 a few days before his death, he:
needed to have worked 22 quar-
ters, about 5% years, to be fully
Insured. When Mr. Jones inquired
we had to tell her that Mr. Jones
was not insured and that no bene-
fits were payable. The new law
changes that. If a person earned six
quarters of coverage and died be-i
fore September 1950, he was fully
insured at the time, of his death.!
Since Mrs. Jones is now. over 65,
she should get in touch with her
social security office and file a new
claim. Benefits can now be paid to
her.'"
'For another example of what this
amendment means, let's take the '*
case of Bill Smith. Bill was a young
man, only 26 years old when he
passed away in June 1949. His
work record showed two years-
1945 and 1946-or eight quarters of g
work. Mrs. Smith stated that Bill


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Boy's Nylon
Nylon Jackets
$10.95

OTHER JACKETS
$3.95 to $8.95

Men's Florsheim
FLORSHEIM SHOES


Petticoats -- $2.95 $16.95 to $19.95
Rayon Slips $2." -$3.'5
MEN'S
Nylon Slips $491 $12.9s STETSON HATS
Bed Jackets $2.95 $5 $0.00
$1-0.00 *


Ladies' Panties

49c, 59c, 69c, 89c --

$1.00 $1.25 ./ ,

Children's / .. /


- 39c to 79c
---- 89c


DRESSES
Nelly Don, Minx Mode
Marcy Lee, Tony Todd
$7.95 to $25.95

TOWEL SETS
$1.95 to $4.95
Fieldcrest Sheets
81X99 Colored
$3.35
81X99 White
$2.95
Fieldcrest Sanforized
Fieldcrest Spreads
$5.95 to $12.95
Ship and Shore
BLOUSES
$2.98 to $3.98


Nylon $8.95 LADIES SKIRTS
Rayon $18.95 $2.98 to $10.98


Give Him a Gift Certificate


Men's 10"
LACE-UP BOOTS
Cork Sole

$9.95


Men's Fruit of Loom
UNDERWEAR-
Shorts ----- 69c

Shirts -------49c


Men's ROBES
$8.95 to $1495
MEN'S LON


MEN'S LONG
UNION SUITS

$1.98


CHILDREN-BT,
BOOTS
Sizes 4 to 6, 6V2 to 12
12/2 to 3

$3.98 to $6.95


Boy's Tom Sawyer
SPORT SHIRTS
Long Sleeves
Cotton -- $1.98
Cotton ----- $2.98
Corduroy $3.98
Flannel -- $1.98
Flannel -----$2.98

FLANNEL PAJAMAS
$2.98


SPORT SHIRTS


Mark Twain-Long Sleeve
Cotton -----$2.95
Gabardine $3.95
Gabardine --- $4.95
Corduroy -- $5.50
Flannel --- $2.95

WEMBLEY TIES
Bows --- $1.00
Four In Hand $1.50
Four in Hand -$2.00
Latest Styles
Men's Mirror Test
SUITS
$29.95 -$45.00
Men's Corduroy
SPORT COATS
$15.95
Men's
NYLON JACKETS
$10.95
SUEDE JACKETS
$12.95


COSTING'S


MEN'S
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PAJAMAS
Full Cut Roomy
Solid Colors, Fancies
$2.95 $3.95
$4.95


MEN'S SOX


Interwoven, Coopers
Argyle and Stretch
$1.00 pr.

"HICKOK"
Belts $1.50 to $2.50
Tie Pins, Cuff Links
$1.50 to $2.50


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SLIPPERS
$3.95 to $4.95
An Ideal Gift for Dad


SHOP FOR THE
ENTIRE FAMILY
HERE


A SEVEN POINT BUCK was bagged Friday of last week by Walter
Wilder and T. C. Smith of this city. The buck was killed near the
Willis swamp. (Star Photo)
had worked in a radio shop for If you woul dbe affected by. this
about two years. Since Bill needed change, you should contact'.your
ten quarters of coverage, about two 'social security office immediately.
and a half years of work, to be in- -
sured, we had to tell Mrs. Smith Freddy McCall, -N, has been.
that she and the children could not home on a 30-day leave. He -left
be paid benefits. Under the change December 4 to report- back to duty
in the law, Mrs. Smith can be paid on the USS Curtis.. He is to report
benefits for herself and the chil- December 10, and Will .have 'the
dren until the childrenn are 18. rating of Engineer, 3rd Class. .


You Are Cordia ly Invited To Afqend


REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY' SCHOOL ----.-- 9 45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP --. 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -_- 6:15 p.m. ;
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRuAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Meeting in The High School Auditorium

VISITORS. ALWAYS WELCOME


Brunette to Blonde in Three Easy Steps!
mum I U, l_,3 d9&


Now any homeowner, like the
one shown in the photo above, can
change an old dark wood surface
to a popular blonde or light wood
finish without scrapping or remov-
ing the old finish. A new wood fin-
ish especially designed for the
older painted or stained furniture
gives you a stained" effect that is
tough and chip-proof without
spending time or patience strip-
ping away the old surface, sanding
and restraining '
It's as simple as one, two, three!
The homeowner at the right is
completing the first step-a base
coat in the same color as the de-
sired finish. Next a coat of color
grain is -applied and then the
stained effecLs are created with a


dry brush as shown in the inset.
Finally, an application- of a clear
finish results in a final product
like the end table. at the left, which
was previously the same color as
the chair.
This means that the old table
handed dov.n from Aunt Sue or the
fine old chair in the attic, garage,
or basement can take its place with
newer home furnishings. With a
minimum of effort and three sim-
ple, foolproof steps, anyone can
make the transformation from old-
fashion to modern. "
O'Brien's Lite Chrome is avail-
able in four colors: Satinwood, Sil-
ver Birch, White Elm and Honey
Maple.


PANAMA BUSINESS SCHOOLS, Inc.


523 East 6th Street


THOROUGH TRAINING FOR
SECRETARIAL and ACCOUNTING POSITIONS
REGISTER NOW FOR WINTER TERM

STARTING
JANUARY 3, 1955
Bulletin on Request

MRS. FRANCES P. CANMPBELL, Principal
Phone: Mailing Address:
POplar 3-3351 P. 0. Box 342


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Nylon


Daniel Green


Daniel Green
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$4.95 to $6.00


Ladies Robes
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THE STA&; PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


THURAMAY. DECEM&ER S. 1966


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FOR THE LADY OF THE HOUSE!







P~Ri..TE TR POR 0?.C JO!, GULWE~C COJW'? I'~'~O THRDY DEEMB-R-,


with a party Friday n
NEWS FROM at her home. Several
,.. 0AK GROVE played then refreshmei
'0.' -". lot dogs, potato chips,
By ; HELEN NORRIS hot' chocolate were se
-following guests: How
-ar Wii Annual Banquet Don Gardner, Buddy L
SN r I The Annual Banquet for the Stephens, Ruth Clark,
trck. ..-.. Tr' teachers and offers of the Oak Jeanette Tharpe, Do
..t. Grove Assembly of God Church a Ls, Rudy Bu
Sunday School was held Thursday honoree, Linda Burge.
evening at 7:30 at the St. Joe Mo- Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
I-. ., ,. Boptel. The speaker for the evening Nelson Gardner and
was Dave Gaskin. A dinner of chick- Shealey spent Friday
en, potato salad, english peas, tea, City on business.
rolls and cake was served to the Mr. and Mrs.- Edgai
Si following guests: Rev. and Mrs. children of Panama C.
.. .,. Lloya Riley, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sunday guests of M
Tommy Street H-..nNorris, Melba and Betty Butts, Mrs. Carl Deese.
ter .' .7 ceWarren Yeager, Miss Lavern Glass, Allen Norris motor
ara,--- m o 2. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovett, Mrs. hitchka Monday on bh
Wocdrow Shoots, Mrs. Earnest We are sorry to say
'.. Lightfoot, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jeffcoat is a patient
Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Strip- cipal Hospital and his
ling, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Griffin, him a speedy recovery
'-i'Mrs. Inez Glass, Mr. and Mrs. Nel- Mr. and Mrs. Brown
son Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Pelham hassle were the week
Revells.
y _. Mrs. Hiward Linebargar of Tyn-
dall Field was the week end guest
"gof Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dykes and
Mr. 'and Mrs. Allen Norris.
Mr: and VMrs. Lamar Aultman
''4..and son of Panama City spent, sev-
eral days visiting with Mrs. Jim
Aultman.
Mr. and Mrs. James Young and
.. .... Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Darby of
.'. ,-" Tyndall Field were the week end
,".... v guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wil-
..- -. .. -.. ~ son.
MAN KILLED AT CROSSING-James Clayton Tyrus of Greensboro was killed in a truck-train collision Mrs. Herman Stripling and, -
near Hardaway Wednesday of last week. Tyrus was crushed in his truck in a collision with an Apalachi- daughters Jan and Karen spent the
cola Northern train. In the top picture, the diesel engine is covered with bricks which were on the week end in Vernon visiting with Make beauti
truck Tyrus was driving. Som of the eight freight cars which were derailed are shown in the second her parents, M. and Mrs. Richer ,i
picture. (Photos Courtesy Tallahassee Democrat) LewisM. a...WI N nwrapp
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Norris and froam W
children and Mrs. Hansel Norris
HIT R ere'T the picture of this see and Brownie Scout Troop motored to Panama City Saturday
LETI ('Santa' note Thi Enjoys Weiner Roast on business.
lA / II o: lt a- Mr. and Mrs. Elderige Adams andKM
SANTA CLAUS accompanied by a newspaper clip- The Brownie Troop of Scouts met daughter, Chris spent Friday in ,
ping from an. advertisement show- November 17. Mrs. Ronald Chil- Lynn Haven visiting with friendsI
Name, Tommy Sisk. Street Hun, ing the football game little Tomm- ders took the troop to the beach and relatives.
ter Circle, House number, 133. wanted and the price.) for a weiner roast. The troop did Honored With Party Port St. Joe
Dear Santa I- not meet November 23. Mrs. Buck Burge honored her
Please send me a set of football. star Want Ads Get Resulti daughteiLinda on her 14th birthday


i-l ,,


ight at 7:30 of Everitt McFarland. i ri ffi
games were Lloyd Deese, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vet Service Officer,
nts of cake, Edgar Deese returned home Sunday I T Visit This Area
popcorn and after spending a week visiting with T O S
rved to the his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. .
ward Lovett, 'Carl Deese. Veterans of Gulf County, who
ove, Lavona Honored With Party need stance in obtaining bene-.
ove, Lavona Honored With Party fits under the GI Bill, may re-
Patsy Smith, Mrs. Earnest Lightfoot honored ceive expert guidance from Pres-
t Dormany, her daughter Alice Jean with aton L. Nicholas, Assistant State
rge and the birthday party Monday evening at Service Officer.
7:00 at her home. Several gameserviceOfficer
Norris, Mrs. were played then refreshments of Nicholas will visit this area next
Mrs. D. H. birthday cake, cokes, popcorn were week for tlI p-urpose of helping
in Panama served to the following guests: Dot '.veterans or their dependents in
Dormany, Juanita Norris, Jenny'in filing claims for Compensation
r Deese and Kay Norris, Betty Deese, Treva Benefits or solving Insurance ,pro-
ity were the Campbell, Bobby Glen Lightfoot, blems. This free service includes
r. and Mrs. Don Gardner, Jerry Hayes, Howard assistance to employers of veter-
Lovett, Joyce Hayes, Joe and Jack ans under the GI Bill, Vocational
ed to Wewa- Levins, Leland Smith, Patsy Smith, Training, Subsistence or. .other
business. Katherine Elliott, Ann Williams,' problems.
y that Junior Tommy Riley, Dewayne Knight,: During his visit, in this, area
at the Muni- James Knight and the honoree, Nicholas may be contacted at the
friends wish Alice Jean Lightfoot. City Hall form 2:00 to 400 PM.
y. I -.
ing of Talla- r Want Ads Get Results For a "Crick" in you, neck.-Sea
k end guests chis r on your printing isa sign of quality a Chiropractor. (adv)


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GIFT BOXES


Ful packages
ng supplies
Nebb's


29c downto 10c:


GIFT WRAPPING PAPER
49c, 39c. 25c, f5c/, 10c

GIFT TYING RIBBON
49c, 39c, 25c, 10c

TAGS, SEALS, ENCLOSURE CARDS 50c, 25c, 10c


SHOP EARLY MAIL EARLY FOR.BETTER SERVICE


Webb's 0to $5 iStorei
Florida
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The new gasoline-powered saw is so light (22 lb) you
can use it anywhere, in any position. It's so powerful you
can cut a 12-inch log in 10 seconds. It's so low-priced
that just a few loads of wood can pay for it. Be sure to
visit us now, and get ready for winter woodcutting.


Clements Standard Service Station
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA


EVERYWHERE YOU LOOK IN THE BIG M-SOMETHING NEW! New 225-hp* SAFETY-SURGE V-8 engine-new 12-volt electrical system for faster-than-ever engine
starting-new Safety-Grip brakes-new Flo-Tone color styling-over 50 new color combinations-and new safety features including: impact-abscpbing
steering wheel, safety door locks, full-swivel safety-glass rearview mirror, and as options, padded instrument panel, padded sun visors and safety:seat:belts.
*In Montclairs and Montereys with optional Merc-O-Matic Drive,


Look how THE BIG is crammed with big

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During Our Christmas Sale


8-Pc. DESK SET
Blond, Maple or Mahog. finish


Improper and slipshod storage of paint and other flammable liquids
causes hundreds of fires that damage or destroy more than 1000 U.S.
homes every day. If you store cans of paint, varnish, thinner, other
flammables, or oily rags in your house of garage, keep them in a sturdy
galvanized can with a tight-fitting lid. This practically eliminates the
danger of such a fire, and assures that if one starts, it will be confined
where It cannot cause major damage.

WSCS Meets At Stevenson Completes
Church Monday Tour of Florida
The Woman's Society of Chris- ORLANDO (FNS) A tired but
tian Service of the First Methodist satisfied Adiai E. Stevenson ended
Church met Monday afternoon at a two-day tour of Central Florida
the church. counties here last week and board-
The Children's Monday afternoon ed a plane for Miami where he
class with Mrs. R. W. Smith, di- addressed the annual meeting A-
rector, presented an interesting pro- the American Municipal Association
gram on America's indians. Mrs. Congress.
Hoker's Primary Class sang an In- The first of the Democratic can-
dian song and Christmas carol. The didates to announce for president-'l
display of colorful Indian dolls, nomination contest said he was ira-
murals, rings of beads, scenes of -pressed and inspired by the rec?-p
colored sand and many items which tion he received from Floridiar s.
the children have been doing in He was still noncommital abo'It
recent study, was an outstanding entering the Florida primary Ma'
feature of the program. 29, but U. S. Representatives D. R.
The children and members of the Matthews and Bob Sikes believe
Woman's Society, brought Christ- Stevenson will' receive the support
mas gifts to be sent to the Chil- of the entire Florida delegation.
idren's Rome. A regular business This fact, they beleive-may encour-
Imeeting was held with the presi- age his entrance into' the primary
-ent, M-iM. Ed Ranmey, "presiding election.
Circles will meet Monday after- Stevenson vtised Le- L Uniy~vcs-i
lioof Decemlber 12ras'follows: Cir- of Florida in Gainesville first..rthen
cle 1 at 3 p.m. in the home o; Mrs. traveled to Marion County, stopping
Gladys McCoy. Circle 2 at 3 p.m. in several times in small towns to
the bome of Mrs. Paul Blount pn greet the people. He then attended
.Hunter Circle and Circle 3 in the a luncheon at Ocala, toured Silver.
home of Mrs. Charles Parker at Springs and visited DeLand and
Mexico Beach, at 3 p.m. .Sanford before ending his trip in
The meeting was dismissed with Orlando.
the WSOS benediction. .-
For a "Crick" in your rneck-See
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ALL DAY EACH




Wednesday

FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS



AUSI4-ATCHISON COMPANY
,, ____


$150.00


REWARD


$150.00


For the arrest and conviction of the person
or persons who damaged the Rancho Tour-
ist Court Sign, located between Indian Pass
and Port St. Joe, on Deadman's Curve.
In the future we will pay a liberal reward
to any person who can furnish proof and
upon arrest and conviction of guilty person,
or persons, who damage our signs.


RANCHO TOURIST COURT

Apalachicola, Florida Tom Callahan, Mgr.


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Sofa-Bed 9 Matching Lounge
Chair 2 Lamps
a Step Tables Cocktail Table
In Durable Wipe-Clean
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A REAL CHRISTMAS SPECIAL


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This is absolutely the most fabulous offer we've made, In months. It's ultra
smart and modern, fashioned-detailed on the outside,/and crafted to excep-
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bookcase bed, dougle dresser, mirror, box springs, mattress and 2 pillows.



SSnto's stil catching 40 winks... but on-their-toes
I 'shoppers ore catching big values at our great
msonite pre-Christmas Jubilee. Come in today and see how peaceful
and economical Christmas gift-shopping can be, when you buy the
world's most beautiful and popular luggage, nowl
All Streamlite Samsonite cases are beautifully lined with luxurious
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Open Wed. Afternoon
Until Christmas


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Lodles' O'Nite ............$19.50
Hand Wardrobe..........$35.00
VIPCas ...................... 19.50
Men's Two Suitr........$25.00
Pullman Case ............$27.50
Men's Quick Tripper...$19.50
Men's Jowneyr... $27.50
Hat Box .............:........$15.00
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Mrs. Baggett Tells

Of Convention At

Joint Church Meet

Mrs. William Chafin entertained
with a coffee Tuesday afternoon
in her home on Garrison Avenue.
The occasion was to hear Mrs. J.
0. Baggett speak on the 94th An-
nual Session of the Florida Baptist
Convention which was held in
Lakeland in November.
Invited were members of the
Woman's Missionary Society of the


First Baptist Church and the Long IB. Carol of Jacksonville who gave Fleishels Entertain With
Avenue Baptist Church. the opening address; Doyle E. Carl- Bridal Party Friday
An attractive arrangement of ton, Jr., of Waukula; L. K. Edwards
straw flowers, cat-tails and fruit of Ocala and Paul Miller of Mel- Mr. and Mrs. Marc L. Fleishel
centered the dining table. bourne. entertained with a buffet supper
Assisting Mrs. Chain was Mrs. President Carrol stated in his Friday evening in their Riverside
Charles Gill and Mrs. Otto Nichols. opening address that "if we are to Avenue home in Jacksonville. Hon-
Mrs. Baggett stated in her talk claim Florida for Christ, we must or guests were Mrs. Sara Evans
that $90,000 would be spent for Ireaffirm our faith in Christ, find Kenney of Port St. Joe and Richard
buying church sites next year and some way to harness our man- H. Mcintosh of Birmingham, Ala.,
that one. church per week would power, walk together in harmony whose marriage was solemnized De-
be built in the State of Florida. The and in unity, call on all our people member 4 in the chapel of the First
theme of the' convention was, "A to support world missions and to Presbyterian Church of Gulfport,
New Century for Christ". During humblbe ourselves and pray." Miss.
the reports, it was stated that the Mrs. Baggett stated that the most Among the guests invited were
Baptists are the largest church outstanding event of the convention Mr. and Mrs. Frank White of Bir-
group in the state. was a tour of the Children's Home mingham, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lamar
Speakers were president, Cecil and a concert given by the Stetson Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bis-


sett, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saunders


OPENING


You are Invited To Attend the Opening .of




Joan ,'i ilt


ST. JOE BEACH, FLORIDA


Saturday, Dec. 10


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Refreshments To Help Us Celebrate


RUSHING-HART Presbyterian Circle Meets
M/r. and Mm'r N. A .Rushin of n


mr. a r ivirs. 14. gA. nu s S
Beacon Hill announce the mar-
riage of their daughter, Louise to
Curtis Hart, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Parker G. Hart of Beacon Hill
Sunday night, December 4 at the
home of Rev. W. B. Holland at
Kenney's Mill.
Mrs. Quincy Hardy was matron
of honor and Mr. Hart served his
son as best man.
Only the immediate family were
present for the occasion.

CHURCH CALENDAR
'Sunday, 10:00 a.m. Church school
for all ages. 11:00 a.m. Rev. Jo-
seph R. Anderson, ex-convice, guest
s speaker. 6:30 p.m. Methodist Youth


and Mr. and Mrs. Basil Kenney, Fellowship. 7:30 p.m. "The Sears
Jr., of Port St. Joe. Roebuck Catalog".
Monday, 7:30 p.m. Woman's So-
SD city of Christian Service.
CLASSIFIED ADS Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. Gulf Coast
Methodist Youth Fellowship, Suo-
FOR RENT district, St. Andrews Methodist
.O- R N T Church, Panama Cily.
FOR RENT: Furnished bedrooms Wednesday, 7;.30 p.m. Bible study
and apartments. David's Motel,
202 Monument Ave., Phone 9-9161. Friday, 7;30 p.m, Choir practice.
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. tfc10-6
FOR RENT: Apartments, furnished
and unfurnished. 522 3rd St. *'
Phone 7-9411. tf-12-8 '
FOR RENT: iSmall unfurnished: .'
house on Long Avenue. 1305 Long
Ave. tf-12-8
;FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house at
Beacon Hill. Fresh paint with big
glassed in porch. $35 mo. Next o
the H'obaugh property. Contact Mrs.
B, H, Dickens, phone 7-5421, 405
Woodward. 4tc-12-8 .... w.,
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: House trailer. Conm-
ptetely furnished. Call 7-4903.
FOR SALE: Two bedroom masonry
house near gramma school. Well
constructed. Lifetime roof. Will
sell equity for $2300. Balance can
be paid off in seven years. Financ-
ing already arranged. S u
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,


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Circle number 2 of the Presby-
terian church met Monday evening
at the home of Mr. Howard McKen-
non. Present were Mrs. W. P. Gil-
bert, Mrs. Billy Bowen, Mrs. Carl
Zimmerman, Mrs. Kay Clark, Mrs.
Jimmy Yadon, Mrs. Sam Johnson,
Mrs. Bill Iverson, Mrs. J. R. Price,
with Mrs. George McLawhon and
Mrs. Jimmy Herring as visitors.
After a review of the years stu-
dy in Romans led by Mrs. Smith,
refreshments were served
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SINGSPIRATION COUNCIL
After the inter-denominational"
hymn sing Sunday night, the sing-
spirat-ion council met. The council
elected Martha Costin as chairman;
W. L. Smith, program chairman;
Ray Oliver, publicity; Celia Tom-
linson, project; Martha Ray, secre-
tary. A Christmas caroling is set
for Christmas eve between 9 and
11 p.m. The Carolers will meet at
the First Baptist Church. Hot cho,
colate will be served following the
carol singing.,


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Buzzett's Dnrg Store
PHONE 7-:1371


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WATCH ES
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-tfe

SPECIAL SERVICES
WOULD LIKE WASHING and iron-
ing to, do in our home. Dorothy.
Hamilton. and Janie Reese. 522,
Kenney St. 2tp,
'KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li-
censed electrical contractor. All
i kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
7-3032. tfc
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.
rRADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
SWAP.
STOP AND SWAP-Headquarters
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
Reel 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. M.-
Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular
meetings 2nd, and 4th Fri.
days each month, 8:00 p. m.
Members urged to attend;
flsiting brothers welcome. W. L.
Jordan, W. M.; R. H. Trawick,
secretary.


SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs.
days, 7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
rethren Invited. H. H. Shirley, N.
.4, Alden Ferris, Secretary.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, H. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
.ng companions welcome. Jimmy
Greer, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
secretary.
LOYAL ORDER
OF MOOE "KA
Mbuselig at Moose
Meeting n4ght ev.
H 1r, o10 Fourt St. /
ary other Monday


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THURSDAY, DECr 8f 19








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