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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 29, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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PORT ST. JOE
A Progressive
Community With a
Modern, Progressive
Weekly Newspaper
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THE


STAR


THE STAR 4
Published in Port St. Joe I
But Devoted To t'fe Con-
tinued Development of '
Gulf County
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Port St. Joe The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola.Ghcattahoochee Valley"


VOLUME XIX
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Single Copy 8c


'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1955


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$3.00 Per Year


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESL-EY R. RAMSEY

Gulf County just about got
by with no accidents over the
holidays, but exactly 18 hours
after the holidays -were official-
ly over a fatal accident happens.
about five miles south of Port
St. Joe. This gives Gulf County
a higher highway fatality rate
for. 1955 than all of the counties
adjoining Gulf put together, ac-
cording to Patrolman Leroy
Pfeiffer.
We told Leroy it looked like
he was going to have to "crack
down" on highway madness. He
says his hope office is telling
him the same thing, but that-the
people 'around here complain
that he has already "cracked
down" on motorists.
It just wouldn't have done for
Leroy to ,be ht the big curve
just beyond the highway straight
way just beyond White City the
Friday of the Museum Celebra-
tion. W. S. Smith, former pub-
lisher of The Star stated that he
was coming tp Port St. Joe for
the festivities and was travelling
about 60 per around this curve,
when the Governor's rn,.:,--.
passed him like a bat out of tor-
ment on the curve. It would
have been a shame for Leroy to
have to pick up his own boss for
wreckless driving.

We saw the best argument
yet in the rp.-r .... other day
against men bh.vin tn *,:-
dishe.s it w' .,IJ -...o their
lives.
It seems that after men stuff
t.beTur,';i on those '.: :k1'.",1
meals cooked by the little wo-
man, he just, isn't in condition
to wash dk.hbs iIt.seems that all
the bloo''d i the "body --- mo"-I

t a a ,i a t i b .. f i tr/ ...(.
nourishment. This lasts for three.
or four hours and during :.,-','
time the muscles are -.:" for,
,l..... ... ; i ,-i ..-' these blood-
starved i.', '- will just wear
' them out in the pqnknPft kind
of time. Hence, it ".. .. h.- old
man out.
Why doesn't it wear out the'
'little i.. r.,r., ',.1 if she has
eaten .L",-i for this same yr-,
cess t.. .'i place, she
'. I. I 'luj'r. her .;,-,a-, and needs
to get a little wearing out' to
slim her down to .v .r'.-:_ size
again.

O ur'i a.-i..i and *. 1i ,-.. '-
er, Ed Bandjough of. the Breeze
in Wewahitchka had the misfor-


afternoon. Until Ed gets "
'operation in the next few weeks
we are L.i' ,. h b ;? .

pl L. here .h .r
h ., w kl1 be a little ';" -F' .
for the next few .- .,,- -' -, I ,aF- .
can t back into :.;'..-: : e' ..----'/..

It looks still are
not very ~i. -" ,i whether
or not extra taxes are placed on
them We have had one person .
talk to us a. the coming tax '
on water and sewer services to "
f.a_ -ae wing on the r ,..
Itas tui will be for t? rer t
xd w last for -r ,_.r .
five-years.
Personally, we '.--, the peo- '- .. .'.' '.: ... "* .":
ple should talk to their commis- .'.-.. .. ". .
sioners more about this if : "
are ai,,.' i it. (The one we -.L R.-
ed to was against it). His argu- .., : ...
ment was that those paying ad
valorem tax should be taxed Saunders Presents Ducats T Team;
more to pay for the wing. W
Thatis debatable, you have so Trip Will Be Made ByBus; Start 6 am
few paying ad valorem tax that
it will mean only a handful pay- .
ing for something that will bene- The Shark football squad will The boys will arrive in Jackson-
fit the whole city. |le've here Saturday morning at ville around noon and have dinner
And then there's the fact that :6.00 a.m. for Jacksonville to at- reservations at the Seminole Ho-
the general pubie pevy so many tend the Gator Bowl football game tel at 12:00, also furnished by the
little taxes now, e.,'. as sales between Auburn and Vanderbilt. St. Joe Paper Company.
tax, gasoline tax, .cI;: .',i tax, The boys are attending the game The squad will return home Sat-
utility tax. with tickets furnished by the St. urday, afternoon after the game.
The question is who shall Joe Paper Company. The company -
Spay for the construction. Some- furnished 49 tickets for the use of INSTALLATION OF OES
body has to, because I'll assure the local squad. The boys will be OFFICERS WILL BE TUES.
you, it won't come for free. And accompanied by Leroy Bowdoin,
regardless of who that someone High School principal; Lamar Fai- The installation ceremony of
is, it will-be Port St. Joe citizens son, assistant coach and W. 0. Gulf Chapter 191, OES will be held
in some capacity or other. Howard. Coach Marion Craig will January 3 at 8:00 p.m. in the.Ma-
be unable to go with the boys due sonic hall. Members and friends
TRADE AT HOME to the serious illness of his father, are invited to attend.


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Long Avenue Church Will Begin Week

Long Church Loyalty Revival Monday
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The Long Avenue Baptist Church
-will be engaged in a Church Loyal-
ty Revival January 2-8. Services
will be held each night at 7:30 p.m.
Reverend G. A. Ratterree, Secre-
tary of Florida Baptist Brotherhood
will be the guest evangelist. The
Rev. Ratterree is an outstanding
leader in the field of .Church Loy-
alty and stewardship. Revival mu-
sic will be under the direction of
Frank *mth.
Rev Odum, pastor of the
Lon^ e. OChurch, announces
thi' of services aA being a


revival of special Interest to Chris-
tians and Church members.
Everyone is cordially invited to
attend.

Christmas Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hunt and
children, Johnnie and Laura of
Adel, Ga., Mr: and Mrs. Harold
Moore and children Ed and Carol
Ann of Pensacola, and Mr. and
Mrs. Tommy Moore of Panama City
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.


FFS To Give Fre

Seedlings to Sd

TALLAHASSEE, Dec.I
Florida Forest Service is
50 free pine seedlings to an;
in the state that plans, to
Arbor Day planting. J.
Moore, chief of the Service
nation and education branu
that deadline for order
Schools is January 10th, a
seedlings will be delivered
for planting on Aribor Day
will be observed on Janu
Moore says that requests fo
lings may be made by lett
the school principal or tea
notice of the offer was pri
the December issue of Supe
Notes, a publication of th
Department of Education.
This offer of fifty slash
seedlings for an Arbor Da:
ing is made annually by th
Last year more than 200
took part in the program.
Arbor Day has been celeb:
Florida for 69 years.. It ori
in Nebraska in 1872. Florid
rent date, the third Friday
uary, was set by the 1945
ture.

Schools Will Re-Open
On Monday, Janm
Gulf County schools w
their two week holiday vaca
returning to the classroom
day morning, January 2.
Even though the rest
County will be on a holiday


B. F. Hunt of Kenney's Mill, Christ- the schools must get back
mas day. old grind.


One Killed


In Gulf In


Auto Crash


Mishap Occurs 18

Hours After End

Of Holidays

Although Gulf Count" aPu:-'ik;'
by.the long holiday we.-',, -.n, 'with
no fatal accidents, one .'.,.it- man
bent up a fender on a .:uv4"'rt and
a white man was killed Tuesdaye
night just 18 hours 'after .ti bhll-
day week ended. .'.
EsIpy'S. 6, 83' of Lyna.'HW,
yen was killed instantly 'u.;a lay
evening at 6:30 p.m. when hisapan-
el truck rammed into the'rear .ot
a pulp wood truck.
iSmith was travelling toward
Port St. Joe from the direction ofi
., "'.; ."' t when he r ir' 'j La to
the back of a large pulp wood
truck without ever taking his foot-
off the accelerator, according to the.
driver of the truck.
The truck, driven by Monroe 0.
Stewart of Panama City had stoep-.
ped .because of a blowout. h driv
or was just starting to .get out of
his cab. (again according to $he dri-
ver) when the -panel truck driven
by Smith came around the curve.
behind him, which wasome dii-
tanco off, and never alowingaf -
rammed into the back of Stewart'
truck. The truck had Its left turn'
signal blinker going, the tail Ughts
and according to Highway Patrdl-
man Leroy pfeiffer, w, w a .itppedo
S a.:.t pr :i,:: c,.r-tctorir, wuth all
"' .,- '. : ',',ih barrr. ', .The
truck had not pulled off the road.
Smith was taken to the Munlei-
pal 1....7.. by a' Comforter- Fun-
eral Home ambulance and was ..pr
nounced dead on arrival.
Holiday Accildent
The only accident of the !,-.."1?' .
occurred Monday when a 1950 Chey-
rolet driven by r Stepps, o. :
ored of Port'.St. Joe aIqeswi.4d a
culvert with its rear wheels and
was thrown into a ditch about sea'
en miles -South of Port St. Joe
near Dead Man's Curve.
,Stepps was not injured.
'He 'was charged with -driving
without a license by Highway Pa.
trolman Leroy Pfelffer.


Moose Club Gives,
e Out 55 Baskets

lools -
The Port St. Joe Chapter of the
22-Th Loyal Order of' Moose put out 5
2-The Christmas (baskets this year in their
offering annual program of seeing that the
hold an poor and needy are not forgotten'
Ehold aat Christmas time.
's infor- According to G. F. Lawrence,
ch, says Governor of the Club, needy fam-
s from' ilies throughout the county were
nd that served 'by the Moose club this year.
in time Names of families to receive bhas..
which kets are furnished the Moose by
ary 20. churches, and other institutions
or seed- caring for the poor and needy.
er from Lawrence said that the Mooge
cher. A Club passed out five more baskets
.nted in this year than last.
ervisory The baskets contained foodstufs,
e State fruit, candy and toys for the chil-
dren. The toys were furnished to
sh pine the club by the pupils of St Joe
y plant- High School, Episcopal Church.
ie F_'. children and the Port St. Joe Ki-
schools wanis Club.
rated in VETERANS 'SERVICE OFFICER
iginated WILL VISIT THIS AREA -
a's cur- Veteras of Gulf County who need
in Jan- assistance in obtaining benefits un-
legisla- der the GI Bill, may receive expert
guidance from Preston L. Nicholas,
Assistant State 'Service Officer.
Nicholas will visit this area next
week for the purpose of helping
ary 2 veterans or their dependents In ftil-
ing claims for Compensation Bone-
ill end fits or solving their Insurance prob-
ation by lems. This free service includes as-
is Mon- distance to employers of veterans
under the GI Bill, Vocational Train-
of the ing, Subsistence or other problems.
, status, During his visit in this area Ni-
to the cholas may be contacted at the
City Hall from 200 to 4:00 p.m.


NUMBER 18


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PA TWO
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Social A
Personals Cu
Mrs. OCYLE MUNN, Editor

Mrs. W. S. Smith He
Club At Christmas
On Monday night, December 19,
Mrs. W. S. Smith; of Wewahitchka
was hostess to members of the
JAM Club of this city, at their an-
nual Christmas party. The SAM
Club is one of the oldest social or-
ganizations in Gulf County.
A lighted Christmas tree and
other holiday decorations prevailed
*throughout- the- dining and living
rooms where the guests were
seated.
After the guests arrived the hoe,
teas served a salad plate consisting
,of chicken salad on lettuce, stuffed
celery, cranberry jelly, potato chips
and crackers. Ice cream snowballs,
topped with burning red candle%,
pound cake and Russian tea topped
off.,the repast.
Matter the lunch was enjoyed, a
contest of advertisements was held
with high prize going to Mrs.
James Perritt and low to Mrs. A.
lp. Lawson.
Then it was time to open the
many, gaily wrapped packages
found the Christmas tree.
enjoyingg this affair were Mrs.
A. D. Lawson, Mrs. Peck L',. --'.
Mrs. W. H. Howell, Mrs. James
Paeritt, Mrs. Jim Bates, Mrs. .W.
,. .Pridgeon, Mrs. 0. G. Costin,
MMr4, J. A. Connell, Mrs. Verna
Guests of 'Costins
M. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Magidson and
two,ehildren, Mel, Jr., and Guerry
of Pensacola; Mr. and Mrs. Duane
Williamson and daughter, Karen
of Pensaeola, Miss Margaret Wil-
llamson of Lincoln, Nebraska; Lt-
Ashley Costin of Quantico, Va. and
Jimmy Costin of FSU, Tallahassee
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f.P6--- STR 1OA ST. JOQP. OWYPQfATUR0'Y ONf- U


Sund School YF Enjoys Hay Ride and i eM r e C mp ie I*IS i Commissionelfr arson has -b-
SundaySchoolWeiner Roast Tuesday Insurance Companies Must File Operation lished a Life Actuarial Secton
Cti iti Christmas Party he Methodist Youth Fellowship Procedure To o Business In Florida for the express purpose of eforo-
of the First Methodist Church ing the new Standard Provisions
given a hayride and weiner law.
ibs Churches The Ruth Sunday School class of a w TALAHASS State Trea- ance policies sold in this state. his section has been charged
the Adult 1 department of the First Proast Tuesday night, at Wayde surer and Insurance Commissioner The old law simply required com- with the responsibility of screen
Dial 7-5461 Baptist Church held their Christ- Park ad hMexir nviBtef. The me Edwin Larson has reminded life pansies to file policies proposed for ing all policy forms submitted. It
mas party in the basement of the ra ad tiruk at the curc and insurance companies that -.:; sale in Florida with the Insurance will also investigate complaints for
church last Tuesday night. Hus-p motored to the ark where they proposed for sale in Florida must Commissioner "for his information" 'Florida policyholders in life nsur-
stess To JAM bands and children of the classenoyed toa supper of where they, pot now meet the rigid ~-..:,,-.t." and nothing more. nce matters.
Members were i invited to chips, drins and marmallws oof the new Standard Provisions The new statute requires the in- .c
hto chips, drinks and marshmallows.
arty De ember 1hidren prese t the alts t Chaperones were Miss Etta Martin, lw. clusion of certain minimum provi- Leave For Georgia
eight drMiss ibbie Brinson, Mis Ann Co rior to enactment of this law, sions such as a 30day grace per- Mrs. R. H. Brinson and daughter
enjoyed se veral games, Mrse a i oRo iess Parrinbsh. isAnCs
Smith Mrs A. Prdgeon, enjoyed eeral games. Mrrs. to- in, Miss Peggy Philyaw and Billy I became effective last .J4ii tor delinquent policyholders, Miss Sibbie Brinson left -.-Jr,.. ., ,
S. C Mr Pridgeon and Miss Edna Da- entitled ga a coaucals readmg Joe Parrish. the Florida Insurance' Comm ie policy shall be incontest- for Climax, Georgia where they
viS. o ry StDephens gave thea Clus" of Mar Thoe attending were Linda Rob- er had no statutory power to 0 able after a two-year period and will be the guests of Mrs. Ann He-
On departing for, their various tn Luther cutting and lighting the erts, Bob Mun, Marie Talley, Ed- approve ... -life sur-other protective features, ter for several days.
homes, all expressed their pleasure first Christma tree. Mrs Dave ward Smith, Ann Miller, David Muas. ,-,---g
of an enjoyable evening. I Maddox told how the idea. of send .- Fred Griffin, Carol Byrd,
I -, *Leonard Costin, Carol Lee Arm-
The next regular meeting will ing Christmas cards started and Leonard Cotin Carol Lee Arm
be held on the fourth Monday in Mrs. W. J. Herrin explained why rong ,Susan Gainous Cri'ta D\ \',"
January with Mrs. Jim Bates in we sing Christmas carols ren and Jake Mit I. That reminds me-how about a.
her home on Eighth Street. in answer to the question, "Why OK Used Car for my birthday
d----- do we celebrate Christmas?" Mrs.' Long Avenue Circle Belinda Jordan Gets Doll Tom Parker, Jr., read the Christ- With Mrs. Ross Bateman (
Delivered In Ambulance mas story from Luke 2:1-20 Rev..
C. Byon Smith closed the Christ- WMS Circle No. 2, of the Long
Belinda Jodan, 6 year old daugh- mas program with prayer. Avenue Baptist Church met Tues
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jordan, Mrs. Velma Hinote and Mrs. Dave day night, December 20 at the home
515 Eighth Street, sent her Terri Maddox decorated the rooms with of Mrs. Roes Bateman. Mrs. Joe
Lee doll to the hospital back in Oc- Chrietmas decorations. The party Ferrell opened the .program, "A
tober to Apple Valley, California, to table was covered "in red taffeta Mighty .Fortress Is Our God", with
Ibe cured of such ailments as brok- overlaid with a grey neot cloth bor prayer, The parts were given by
en arms, misplaced legs,. cracked dered with red satin. Ms.e ready Player, Joe r'' '
head, falling hair and fading paint M r W. J. Herring and Mrs. Joe Allig'od, Mrs. N. Mar
Upon receipt of the doll, the "hos -:,, Hinote, the social chairmantin, Mrs. H L Ford, Mr P -.
pital" sent out a card that the doll served coffee, hot chocolate and Fairley, Mrs. W. D. Sykes. Mrs.
Rnm% B .Lt5.;LJ.O.. n Ql th. n~ni t.


would arrive by parcel post amnbu-
lance on time for Christmas,"
Since the little girl was -t -,- .
the doll to arrive by ambulance,
her father made arrangements with'
the local undertaker Pete Comfort-
or to deliver the doll on Christmas
morning In his ambulance.
The doll was delivered at 8:15
a.m. Christmas and was taken from
the ambulance in the house in a
stretcher clad in pajamas. and
housecoat to the arms of a happy
little girL
Mrs. 0. A. Cook and son, Joe of
Bainbridge, Ga., w ere dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brin-
son, Monday;


New Years Eve


DANCE.


Dec. 31


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CENTENNIAL BUILDING
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL
BILL SMITH, Phone BAll 7-3091
WAYNE BUTTRAM, Phone BAll 7-3151

Sponsored by American Legion
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BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 P.M.-
FIRST SHOW STARTS 7:00 P.M.


FRIDAY and SATURDAY


SUNDAY, MONDAY


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cookies to the following, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Parker, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
Emory Robertson, ".;, -' :j and
Ricket, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Maddox,
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Stephens and
Billy, Mrs. Meggs Hallman and Syl-
via, Mrs. Dave Jones and David,
Mrs. W. J. Herring, Si and Sa-
rah 'Claire, Rev. C. Byron Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellzey and
Bob, Mrs. Terry Hinote, Mr. and


with prayer.
members and one visitor
were present. The visit6r and new
member was Mrs. Merle Griner.
iRefreshments were served af-
ter the business meeting.
Spend i... Here
Mr. and Mrs. J. C S". .
spending the Christmas : :,-'


Ms. Roy Crews, and Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. Spottes parents, f : -".
Milton Chafin. Mrs. Carter Ward at White City.
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THURSDAY and FRIDAY


Sold only by aao Aulhotized Chevrolel Deoler -


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PRICES


7


End Of Year Clearance


'50 FORD TUDOR
-. ,. and 'I.-, New *. "
$390.00

'50 CHEVROLET TUDOR
S '. and i .'.;. New Paint
$290.


'50 OLDSMOBILE, 88
F.-... I Heater, Automatic Trans., Fordor
$490.00


'50 PONTIAC, FORDOR
Radio, Heater, Auto. Trans., New Paint
$590.20

'51 STUDEBAKER
Radio, Heater, Auto. Trans;, New Paint
$390.00


'52 FORD, FORDOR
Heater, Automatic Transmission
$790.00


'52 CHEVROLET, TUDOR
Radio
$790.00

'52 PONTIAC
Radio, Heater, Automatic Transmission
$890.00


'53 FORD, TUDOR
Radio, Heater, New Paint
$890.00

'54 MERCURY, FORDOR
Radio, Heater, Automatic Transmission
$1490.00

'55 FORD
Radio, Heater,- Like New
$1590.

'55 PONTIAC, 8
Auto. Trans., Radio, Heater, 7,000 Miles
$1690.00


Hutchins-Thursbay Chevrolet Co.


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I. R THE R P T


Boys'
BRIEFS
39c Values
on sale
3for

$1


Boys'
T-SHIRTS
69c Values
on sale!
2 for


BOYLES


PORT ST. JOE


DEPARTMENT


FLORIDA


STORE Men's I
-- i,-% i. w T. ir-I SHORTS I


jr(LPK1 1ojuAl


J STARTS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30


on sale!
65c Values
2 for

88c


Men's
U-SHIRTS
65c Values
on sale!
2 for


60 GA. NYLON HOSE
Very slight irregulars of a 6
nationally famous brand 6 6
that sells for $1.25.


F SWEAT -

yShirts
Gray and white. Heavy weight. 'Regu-
lar value $1.59. Men's sizes. Real bar-
gain at

$1.19


--BOYS'- _

Shirts,
Fancy cottons and flannels. Sizes 6 to
16. 'Sport style. Fine quality worth
$1.69

$1.39


7,
F"
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---BOYS' Nl
JEANS
F --so-MM
Famous "Happy Jim" and "Big Buck"
blue Jeans, Sanforized. Sizes 4 to 10.

$1.49


Clfsing-Oit
ALL WINTER
READY-TO-WEAR

1-3OFF
Entire stock must go! All
winter coats, suits, skirts,
jackets and dresses ONE
THIRD OFF!


S LADIES' RAYON PANTIES
SWhite, Brief style, for $! AO
Regularly Worth 49?c uV


LADIES'
-"Carole" Brand.
59c. BRIEF STYLE


RAYON PANTIES
Worth 2 for .88o


LADIES' FLANNEL GOWNS
Regularly Worth $1.98 2 for $2.98
Solid Colors. SALE PRICE O
LADIES' $2.95 NYLON SLIPS
White nylon tricot slips." $ 77
Size 34 to 44. Sensational at *I .


CANNON BATH TOWELS
Large, 20x40 Size. 3 for 01A1.0
WORTH 49c EACH, --..1.U
CANNON BATH TOWELS
Extra Large, 22x44 for $1
Size. WORTH 79c EACH 2 wa
CANNON HAND TOWELS/
Good Weight Towels 5 for ft O
Usually Sold at 29c Each g .V |
MEN'S 15c HANDKERCHIEFS
Plain White. Standard- for A40
Size. First Quality. 6 40l


B~r m I Sg I


YARD WIDE CHAMBRAY
Solid Colors and Stripe yds. Aj
Patterns. Fast Colors 5 ys U u


UNBLEACHED SHEETING
Full yard wide. Heavy 5 yds. O1 lA
Weight. Worth 29c yard .hU
WHITE COTTON SHEET BLANKETS
Large 70x84'Size Blankets $4 88
of Good Weight. On Sale At W I
81x99 FOXCROFT SHEETS
Durable 128 Type Sheets 2 for 9 9
Worth $2.69 EACH, SALE ,


69c WINTER DRESS GOODS !
Gabardines and Ginghams yds. 88
All Popular Patterns. yds.
ALL 98c RAYON SUITINGS
Splendid Quality To 2 yds. $ 49
Go Now At ONLY a .I4


$1.19 CORDURY SUITINGS
Extra Nice Quality. Popular Solid 89
Colors. Sale Per Yard W9
36 In. PRINTED BROADCLOTH
Regular 49c Quality 3 yds.
MARKED DOWN NOW TO 3 98


MEN'S DRESS


SHOES
Boyles' entire stock of the famous
"Rand" shoes Is Included In this
spectacular sale at


MEWS CHAMBRAY SHIRTS
Sanforized, blue work shirts 1
worth $1.49. First quality. $
Sizes from 1412 to 17.


MEN'S 1

"SLACKS
Popular new colors In durable dacron-
acetate gabardine. .Worth $6.95. Extra
-well tailored.

$4099


MEN'S -
SLACKS
100% wool flannels. Men's and young
men's slies. Newest colors. $,10.95 and
$12.95 values.


$8.88


-- SPORT -


SHIRTS


S Men's sport shirts In popular patterns
and colors. Big assortment. Values up
to $4.98. islall

$2.88




MEN'S WORK UNIFORMS
Gray and tan twill pants
with shirts to match
Regularly sold at $5.00 $4.49
per suit.
WHMIARI~uaglMD 3adI


LADIES DRESS


SHOES


$7.95 to $9.95 fall dress styles. Our
famous brands! Terrific values at
this sensational price.


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BOY'S WESTERN JEANS
Heavy, 13 ounce weight. Famous "cowhide" brand.
Extra well made.
Sizes 6 to 10 $1.98
Sizes 12 to 16 $2.39


MEN'S and BOYS'


SHOES


Many styles most all sizes. Reg-
ular prices from $3.95 up to $16.95.
All marked down to go at


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THE STAR
Published Evry Thursday At 306 Wlliams Avenue, Port S
Jo., Florida. By The Star Publishing Company
WESYx BR. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Also LinOtype Operator. Ad Man, Floor Man, Oolumnist,
Reporter. Proof Reader and Bookkeeper
entered as second-class matter, December 19. 1987, at the
Postofflce, Port St. Joe, Fla., under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, !r.00 SIX MONTHS $1.50
THA!E MONTHS $127.15
DIAL BAll 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in adlve
tisements, the publishers do not hold themselves liable for
damages further than amount received for such advertisement
The spoken word Is given scant attention; the printed word
is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely a1serqs
the printed word thoroughly enovinces. The spoken word
1 lost, the prinutd word remain.


A HAPPY NEW YEAR?
We have it on the best of statistical author-
ity that the New Year will be a prosperous one
. which is another way of saying that most
of us will get along reasonably well, some of
the favored few will get rich, some go broke,
new labor contracts will call for .more money
and those who are living on a dole of one sort
or another will continue doing so. Whatever
perils industry may be facing from over-extended
time payments in the 'consumer field will be
cushioned by defense spending.
Whether the New Year will be a happy one
will depend on what 't takes to make you hap-
py. T6 those of a naturally suiny disposition
and who are ,_ ..,lz- if shutting out the "rum-
ble of a distant drum" whether- from the
desolate wastes of Outer ....r.- from Ber-
lin, Red ( o.. the '"off-shore islands", Egypt,
Moscow, India or that oversized tombstone in


Guests of Laneys Yelverton. Laney an~ Jerry of Bir- Home Per H0-i.tii,'
Mr. and Mrs. J.. C Laney had as mingham, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. R. L home from
their holiday guests, their T Stevenson, Robbie and Jud of Jack-ILarr r- s home from
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hightower, Sha ri and Mrs. James R Military *':-,- .. College
ron, David and Tommy; Mr. and -" a_. Georgia to spend the holidays
Mrs. Gordon Hambrick, Don, all Brinson and t .... of Columbia, ,, hie parents,, Mr. and Mrs.
of Pensaeola; Mr. and Mrs. Howard South Carolina 1Walter Stafford of White City.


BILL'S PLUMBING SHOP

Phone, day 7-3091 Nite, 7-7846
.. We Repair Any Model OUTBOARD MOTORS
203 Third Street Beside Piggly Wiggly
* ____ _____ 'a^^^-sS^'""


PANAMA BUSINESS SCHOOL

ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF ITS.

WINTER TERM

JANUARY 3, 1956

AT THE SCHOOL'S NEW LOCATION

33 EAST BEACH DRIVE
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA

REGISTRATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED
Phone or W6rte for Bulletin


POplar 3-3351


MRS. FRANCES P. CAMPBELL
PRINCIPAL


P. O. Box 342


RADIATORS REPAIRED and RECORD
AIO CLEANED, FLUSHED

STARTERS and GENERATORS -
REPAIRED and EXCHANGED


Pate's Shell Service
Phone BAll 7-9291 223 Monument Ave.
WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS


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Chevrolet's



taught dynamite



good manners !





With its frisky "Turbo-Fire V8," this

Chevrolet is pure dynamite, all right.

But it's beautifully mannered, too-

quiet, well-behaved, instantly obedient

to your slightest signal!

Nudge the accelerator and you're aware of
the split-second chain reaction of your toe
to the "Turbo-Fire"! There's your dynamite'
-with horsepower ranging up to a high of
205. The car is built for its power, too-with
a low, low center of gravity, well distributed
weight and wide-apart rear springs. There's
your stability, and safer handling! All doors
have safety latches-and instrument panel
padding and seat belts, with or without
shoulder harness, are available at extra cost.
Directional signals are standard. Come in
and try a new Chevrolet!


THE HOT ONES EVEN HOTTER


Mr. Evans from the Lighting
Company gave an interesting talk
at the Community Hall last night
-on how farmers can cut electric
bills. Fur those who missed it,
here's a short recap.
Don't try to light up the cob-
webs in the rafters. Use a reflec-
tor and a smaller bulb will prob-
ably do the job. Too many farm-
ers use naked bulbs that waste
50% of the light.
Try using moveable projector
bulbs that beam light the way a
searchlight does. A couple of
these "spots" will often give you


better illumination than a gang
of juice-wasting overhead lamps
From where I sit, it's amazing
how- often we misuse the things
we have like electricity. Wt
also make a mistake if we misuse
our right of personal choice-
about which candidate to vote for
say, or whether beer or coffe(
makes the ideal mealtime drink-
by trying to force our opinions os
others. Respect for the other fel.
low's point of view should be oua
"guiding light."

4x -dut


HUTCHINS-THURSBAY CHEVROLET CO.


CmIS


Coridsh$ ASS. United Staru BrewsI Fesadaohis


As the largest privately owned business in
America, its financial affairs have been closely
guarded secrets from the beginning and a sub-
ject of much speculation, in and out of the in-
dustry. You know the figures now. Everybody
does. Now it's just another automobile com-
pany unless you remember the founder -
how he insisted on publishing a magazine on a


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New York known as the UN who can enjoy
thqp travaganza of a presidential campaign
wWb!ut thinking too much about its implications
- we hold out the best chance of a joyful 1956.
But it is a reasonable prediction that the
New Year will not be dull, and that Washington
will be the most important city in the world --
at least so far as Americans are concerned.
Thus, the most practical greeting we can
offer on this occasion is. our pledge, to do the
best we can to follow the threads of the world's
"blind weavers" and to interpret as clearly as
we are able some of the garish patterns they
may be expected to achieve. And it will be
our deepest hope for 1956 that through the
reaction of our readers some of the more reck-
less hands may be stayed from the fateful loom.
And so, our best wishes for a New Year of
increasing strength, widening influence and
mounting leadership.

MYSTERY STORY ENDS
Mass production of most any mechanical
goods you want to mention has become common-
place essential, in fact, to a manufacturer's
survival since Henry Ford shocked the indus-
trial world with the five-dollar-a-day minimum
wage since he told his sales-manager that
the public could have his Model T in any color
- so long as it was black s. .ince he paid the
late 5, -t -r' Jim Cousins a reputed six million
dollars a share for .. Mr. Cousins had receiv-
ed years before for doing bookkeeping chores,
All of which is a sort of a prelude to the
financial story of the year, which, as you well
know, is that in a matter of days Ford Motor
C.-..,,..i. f, '.... will be on sale for the first time
in the _.rnpi:ry', history. Experts in such mat-
ters guess the price will be around '",'- There
will be ten million shares .


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THR 6T~AR. POW r. J019, OULF COUNTV FLOP1104


THURSDAY, DEOVEMORBt 90, 19ft


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Alarms. The Council further agreed Power Corporation by requiring that area to consider plans for a
to replace the broken section of them to enter into at agreement cooperative grain elevator. Feelers
MFNUTES OF THE four inch steamer hose. as the Power Corporation had with have been received in the Calhoun
CITY COMMISSION Mayor Sharit stated that Mr. P. other cities, authorizing a share of
B. Fairley, a member of the Na- the Florida Power Corporation's County seat from the mid-west for
tional Guard unit, had requested gross receipts to the City of Port a distribution and handling point
-" ...- that bars be placed on the win- St. Joe. Commissioner Smith mov- for grain to b> shipped from that
Minutes of the Regular Meet- dows and a stronger door be placed ed that the City Council authorize area to the Southeast via barge.
ing of the City Commission of 1 on the room that the National Guard the City Attorney to proceed in ne-
the City of Port TStI.. Flor unit was using in the Centennial gotiations with the Florida Power The dredging of the Apalachicola
ida, held in the Municipal Pulding. Commissioner Smith mov- Corporation officials toward secur-. River during the coming year will
Building on the 20th day of ed that the City Council authorize ing this additional revenue for the. permit barge traffic to travel from
December,-A. D., 7955 at 8:00 1,r. P. W. Petty to build a new City of Port St. Joe This was see- the mid-west along the lntralcoast-
p.m. door for this room. This was sec-onded by* Commissioner Ramsey al
The Regular meeting of the City onded by Commissioner Ramsey and upon a vote there were ayes canal up the Apalachicola River
Commission of the City of Port and upon a vote there were ayes five, nays none as fa ras'Chattahoochee and ports
St. Joe, Florida was held at this five, nays none. Commissioner Smith recommend- on the Jim Woodruff Dam Lake.
time with Commissioners Hallmark, Mayor Sharit stated that he had ed that electrical current be extend The Congressman has endorsed the
Ramsey, Smith, Tharpe and Mayor contacted Smith and Glilespie, Jack- ed to the new cemetery. Mayor fe
Sharit present. Attorney Costin and sonville, Florida engineers and that Sharit stated that he would con- prosed project and is urging fed-
Clerk Henderson were also present, a representative of that firm had tact 'Florida Power Corporation in eral officials to cooperate in mak-
Minutes of the previous meeting agreed to meet with the City Coun- an attempt to get them to make Ing available the necessary loans
of December 6, 1955 were read and eil at the regular meeting of Jan. an extension to the Cemetery, for construction of the needed fa-
approved uary 8, 1956 to discuss engineering There being no further business cilities.
Damon Peters met with the City facilities with reference to exten- the meeting adjourned,
Council and stated that the recent sion of water and sewer lines with -- -----
restrictions tha had been placed oi iin the City limits of Port St. Joe. *.. -
be playing of music vending ma The other members of the City LEGAL AD ERTISING property, situate in Gulf County,
chines had resulted in losses on Council agreed to meet with the 1 U- Florida, to-wit:
c th e small margin of s. to brepresentative of Smith and Gilles- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Lots Nineteen (19) and Twenty
e&an inotchnes. Coe pie, engineers, GULF COUNTY, PLORIDA. (20) in Block Three (3) of Yon's
realized on such machines. Coin ie eIN CHANCMRY, Addition to Beacon Hill, a subdio
missioner Smith moved that the Mayor .Sharit stated that addi- BASIL E. KENEY, J. and wife, vision of parts of Original Lots
music vending machines be allow tional rooms were needed at the SARAH LOGAN KENNEY, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 and 10, in Section 6,
ed to play until 12:00 o'clock each Municipal Hospital and that the PlaintiffGs, Township 7 ,South, Range 1i
night Monday through Saturday, expense of making the room addli SUIT TO QUIE-f TITLE West'ap s o flge i
and be refrained from playing from tions would cost approximately vs ofWet per plat on file in the
9.00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, and from 1$40,000.00 or $45,000.00 and recom. I V. office of the Clerk -of the Circuit
900 a.m to 1200 noon, and from $4, $4 0 0 d rcoin JOHN W SIMONSON and wife, 'Court of Gulf County, Florida
6 00 pm until 9:00 p.m on Sun Imended that the City Commission BERTHA ANN SIMONSON, that you ma yhave, and you are
days, unless further objections adopt an ordinance levying a 10% defendant 'byuon e-
were registered. This was seconded tax on water and sewer bills TCE il G. Costin, Jr., plaintiffs attor-
by Commissioner Hallmark and which would bring in aOproximately THE STATE, OF FLORIDA hey, whose address is 221 Reid Ave-
upon a vote there were Ayes five $5,000 00 each year to (be applied TO JOHN W. SIMO N and e oS e lrid a
nays none against the hospital addition ex- wife, BERTHA ANN SIMONSON, of and file with the Clerk of Said
Mr. Henry Geddie, City volunteer pa nses. Com missioner Smith moved whose place of evidence is 303 Court the original of an Answer to
fire chief met withathe city coungthat the yorCouncil an or Charles -'; Bainbridge, Geor- the Bill of Complaint filed against
the 7% horsepower fire siren that posal and recommendations Th GREETINGS 'ou herein on or before the fth n.

stated that a suitable stan d wol e ioGRETIN of February, 19 5B 6. Herein fail notB
citybe made or the largnd siren and I Attorney Costin stated and upon a votehat there upon plaintiffs title any estate lerk of it rt



tha he would attempt to gettheCity o PortSt. Joe could getomm proceeding to quiet tintere hast or been CECIyu by defau. COSTIN JR
siren wired for sounding 'fire ditional revenue from the Florida upon the following described real Attorney for Plaintiffs 12-29


production line chartered an ocean steamer, Meeting Seeking Grain
filled it with "peace delegates" and took them Elevator To Be Held
to Europe in the hope that he might somehow
rin World War I arli -d Crestview, Florida (Special)-
bring World War I to an earlier close and was Congressman Bob Sikes has an-
godfather to the commercial airplane. nounced that representatives of the
godfather th Federal Land Bank in Columbia are
Perhaps the day of the unreconstructed in- deral Land Bank C ma are
meeting in Blountstown on Decem-
dividualist may yet return, ber 23 at the request of Chamber
--o fCommerce and businessmen of


Phone 7-2221


PAQG POUR


CorPner 4th and Williams


Port St. Joe, Florida







THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1955

supper was sponsored by Tee Hicks
NEW FROM of White City and P. S. Revell.:
NEWS FROM Those attending were George,
OAK GROVE Burch, Billy Nobles, Howard Mit-
chell, R. C. Lewis, Herman How-'
By HELEN NORRIS ard, James Lister, James Jones,
Pelham Revell, Tee Hicks. They
had as their guest, Rev. Lloyd Ri-
Mrs. Pelham Revell, teacher of
the primary girls at the Oak Grove ley.
Assembly of God Church gave her Mr. and Mrs. Pelham Revell
class a Christmas party Wednes- spent several days in Panama City
day evening at 7:30. Several car- visiting with friends and relatives.
ols were sung then refreshments Honored With Party
of cake and cokes were served to Miss Juanita Norris, daughter of
the following: Patsy Johnson, Pau- Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Norris was
la Lovett, Betty Brooks, Linda honored with a surprise birthday!
Faye Gardner, Linda Callahan, O!i- party at the home of Mrs. Allen
via Gwaltney and rs. Pelham Norris. Several games were played
Revells. then refreshments of cake, ice
The "D" shift of the finishing cream, popcorn and drinks were
room was honored with a Christmas served to the following: Joyce
supper Monday night at 7:30 in Hayes, Patsy McCoy, Jean O'Brian,
the home of Pelham S. Revell. The Alice Jean Gay, Judy Poitevint,


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ALAN HALLMARK is greeted by March of Dimes hospital in Texas ,to administer to any crisis that
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon to Tyndall in an air force plane. might occur during the trip.
Hallmark after landing at Tyndall He was accompanied on the trip Alan will remain at home for
Air Force Base, Thursday, Decem- by a team of doctors and nursse several months before returning to
,ber 15. Alan was flown from the furnished by the Polio Foundation the hospital for further treatment.

Jenny Kay Norris, Dot Dormany, Mrs. Lemux. Refreshments of cake Mr. and Mrs. Willys Liptford and
Albert Ray, David and Tommy Ri- and cokes were .served to the fol- children of Marianna were the
ley, Elbert Norris, Donnie Mac lowing: Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Allen guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland
Youn g,Pat O'Brian, James Knight, Norris, r.. and Mrs. Howarq Line- Hall Sunday.
Howard Lovett, Don Gardner, Pat- targar, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovett, Gene Anderson of Jacksonville
rick McFarland and the honoree, Mrs. Betty Jo Dormany, Mr. and was the guest of his parents, Mr.
Juanita Norris. Mrs. Adkinson, Mrs. Dennis Nor- and Mrs. Jessie Anderson over the
Honored With Party ris, Mrs. Gwaltney, Mrs. Rogers, Christmas holidays.
Mrs. Nelson Gardner, teacher of 'Mrs. Aultman, Mrs. Tubberville; Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley and
the Woman's Bible Class of the Mrs. Levell, Mr. and Mrs. Lemux, daughter spent-the week end in
Oak Grove Assembly of God Church Mrs. Hanley, Mrs. Christine Light- Bonifay visiting with friends and
gave her class a Christmas party foot, Mrs. Wynn, Mr. and Mrs. Grif- Pelatives.
Thursday at 7:30 at her home. Sev- fin, Mrs. Joel Lovett, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hall and
eral carols were sung and several Stripling, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Miss Pat of Charleson, Carolina
games were played and prizes Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burns, Mrs. and Mrs. Mildred Leighton, Carolina
were awarded to Mrs. Rosie Ander- Hoke Glass, Mrs. Warren Yeager, ingt on, Virginia were the week end
son. Refreshments of cake and Miss Lavern and Rev. and Mrs. t w end
drinks were served to the follow- Lloyd Riley. all of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland
ing: Mrs. Stella Norris, Mrs. Rosie Mr. and Mrs. Allen Norris and Mr. and Mr. Howard Lnebargar
Anderson, Mrs. Dykes, Mrs. Can- Miss Juanita Norris and Jenny Kay
non, Mrs. Shealy, Mrs. Gay, Mrs. Norris motored to Panamia City ,.
Weeks, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Lind- Friday on business.
sey, Mrs. Neel, Mrs. Butts, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs., Eldridge Adams COMFORTER
Patterson, Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. and daughter, Chris spent the'
Nelson Gardner. Christmas holidays-in Lynn 'Haven Fune a Home
Honoed ith art vistin wir ru sater parnts


Honored With Party 'vsinng with the latter s parents,
Mrs. Lloyd Riley, teacher. of the Mr. and Mrs. Grant.
,young married class tOf the Oak 'MI; aTad'"Irs. lIIJr Dee.e a d"
Grove Assembly of God Church children of Panama iOty are visit-
gave her class a Christmas parity ing with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deese.
Tuesday evening at 7:30. Several Mr'. and Mrs. H. D. Levins and
games were played and prizes were daughter, Regennia spent the week,
awarded to Mrs. Kenneth Ellis, end in Bonifay visiting with friends
and relatives.


St. Joe Paper Company


Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shealy and
son and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Farzuel
and children of St. Louis, Missouri
spent the Christmas holidays visit-
ing with Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Shealy.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bradley of
Panama City were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Maddox over the
week end.
Mr. and Mrs. James Young and
Mr. and. Mrs. Monroe Darby of
T'yndall Field were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson over the
Christmas holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hall and

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against all synprtoms of all kinds of
colds. 666 combines 4 potent, widely-
prescribed drugs and gi es positive
dramatic results in a m :,.eor of hours.
Its combined thcmrepy covers the
complete range of alcol d symptoms.
No other cold rcmcdvy o *.
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or 666 Cold Tablets. :W ..






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to.give satisfaction
Low In Cost
High In Value







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EXPERT REPAIRS ON
RADIOS
TELEVISION SETS
TV ANTENNAS, ROTORS
MIX MASTERS
VACUUM CLEANERS
ELECTRIC IRONS
ELECTRIC TOASTERS
ELECTRIC HEATERS
LAMPS
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MOTORS
WASHING. MACHINES.
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To our loyal;. -,.- .. We wish ,. N', '- Yea. ,


full happiness, .t ";.'!-. good health and

all the things-that make life good. We hope


to serve you in our best manner in the nt. .



Apalachicola Northern Railroad Co.


Make this Christmas really extra

special by giving electric gifts-the

ones that are sure to make everyone

say "Just what I wanted." For no

matter what electric appliances you

select, they are gifts that keep on

giving happiness all year 'round.


See your appliance dealer NOW for

electric gifts that will make every

day a holiday for you and yours.


R. E. PORTER, Mgr.


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WITH BEST WISHES FOR

SA HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR!


St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Co.


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of Tyndal! Field were tha guests
ot Mr. and Mrs. Allen Norras Tues-
day.
Mr. and Mrs. .W. B. Dykes spent
Sunday in Apalachicola visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dykes.
Mr. and Mrs. Bufford Griffin and
daughter, Wyvonne spent Sunday
in Panama City visiting with
friends and relatives.
- Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stripling
and daughters, Janice and Karen
and Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovett. and
children, Howard and Paula spent
the Christmas holidays visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lewis and
family in Vernon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest O'Brian and
children and 'Mr. and Mrs. J. Z.


Oay of Mansfield, Ohio, were the
g.iesi. -f Mr. and Mrs. Murphy ov-
er the Christmas holidays.
M_.. and Mrs. Kenneth Ellise pent
the Christmas holidays in South
Port visiting with friends and reli.
tives.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl uassel and
children of Pensacola were the
Sunday guests of the latter's pr-'
ents, Mr. and Mrs.'A. W. Ltunrsey
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Guests of Wakeflelds
Lt. Cmdr. and re. R. .' Kemi
and children of Norfolk, Va., arei
visiting with their parents, Mr.:'
and Mrs. A. P. Wakefield.
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S*AmGE Ix THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1955
EVERYBODY SAVES AT PIGGLY WIGGLY EVERYBODY SAVES AT PIGGLY WIGGLY EVERYBODY SAVES AT PIGGLY WIGGLY EVERYBODY SAVES AT PIGGLY WIGGLY


MEW MRS RESOLUTIONS
Inn L continue
Continue to serve our wonderful
customers and friends with the very
ifinestfoodcourtesyandcooperation, >
S3 and to keep food costs as low as
-possible without sacrificing quality-
Maxwell House Regular or Drip *d -
CO FEE Ib89
Pet, Carnation or Borden's
LMIL Ks o .390H
!Mx ecansllH ueRlooaoo Dp w
j- Pny Ground BEEF 4 Ibs 98c
SDog Food 3 cans 25c BRSKET
Stew MEAT 3 lbs 59cA
Nightingale Brand 4 Oz. Can, 0
I Black Pepper, 29 Chuck ROAST b 29c
CLUB or SIRLOIN
Swiftening 3 lb can 69c STEAKS lb 39c
SSessions- No. 10 Jug Round b 59c i
I RoundSTEAKS'Ib
I SALAD OIL No. 10 $1.35 RsEcKS
LOne Pound Package T-Bone STEAKS lb 49c
I Nabisco Crackers 25c SLICEDAFREE
> _Slab BACON lb 29c,
SFRESHFLORIDA ORANGES -RUTABAGAS Ib. 10c CNR CUT
EACH 1 GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS POrk CHOPS lb 49c
. Delicious Apples lb. 19 2lbs.25c ENDCUT
-Jumbo Avacados ea. 19c SWEET POTATOES Pork CHOPS lb 39c
. CARTON TOMATOES 2E Lbs 25
S Package 19c 2 bs.25c
TENDER GREEN BEANS NEW RED POTATOES ^-^ Pufe 0a0 Sugar
I -Pound 19c 2Lbs.19c 5 Ibbag 39 I
With $5.00 Order Or More
SCOCA CO LA f- OPEN ALL DAY I


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MONDAY
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-r-- of the most unusual letters that yo
h..e Th e h ver received for public read
LETTERS I ing, but at the same time I realize
THE EDITOR that it might have been written:
mE Eany years ago.
This is not intended to be a "con
Dec. 27, 1955 session" but rather I hope that i
Dear Wealey: might possibly be an example (
I realize that this is probably one believe that confession of one'

Best Wishes For A
Bright And Shining '

a A f


May the coming year be
a glowing highlight in your success


and happiness!


George Y. Core
Clerk Circuit Court

Byrd E. Parker
Sheriff, Gulf County


317 W Form 28

Harland Pridgeon
Tax Collector

Samuel A. Patrick
Tax Assessor


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u own sins lies between the individual dirtiest inns that ai in d4oitd oom- It A
I-'and God). mit against the Christ whom he Nn A
e For many years I have attempted had vowed to serve back in boy- Hospital High Students
n to teaca a men's Bible Class. Sun- hood. I realized, too, that the sac- For H Schoolt
day after Sunday we have discus- red trust that exists between a
t exchanged views and interpreta- bst thing in his life.-even higher The City Commissioners and the
tions, to find that almost invariab- than the love and devotion which Mayor of Port t J hav whole ry E
ly we are in accord on the princi- he holds for his family. heartedly approved a plan for a e
s I. Nurses Aide Program to begin in
Spal and important issues. I have fi- It is grateful I am that I receiv- Social Security
nally concluded that a man doesn't ed the strength to shn and loathe the HighSchool in contun T on wi
really make much headway for all alcoholic beverages. But I am of the young people of Port St. Joe The holiday season with its spir
God simply by exchanging views even more gratefulthat I will nev-asbeen upermot t minds t of. giving to of playing
with people who already share er again be guilty of giving or inof our eadig ens for some Santa Claus, seems a good time to
Most of his own convictions. That any known manner conveying it ... i program i to e done point out tht Old Age and urvi-
sis fine and it makes for good fel- to ayone else o Ude a Sur
lowship and understanding but,- e benefit of all those young vors Insurance under Social Secur-
lowhpat andbout that multitude of e Today I kow that there are many n '. -r grades that are ty is not a gift in any sense, John
what about hat multie of p "well meaning" Christian business :.- in he nursing profes- V. Carey, district manager, Panama
ple who may have different ideas men-many of whom are older than asion They will be -,re ..i to the City Social Security O.--, said
about certain things,-even Chris- I-living here in Port St.' Joe- .. of nursing and aH phases -'-. week Monthly insurance bene-
tian people? This brings me to who still give beverage alcohol to profession, They will be given to retired workers and their
customers and friends at the birth- laoaroom ...,...... clinical and --' and to the worker s fam-
A number of years ago, (not day of our Lord. Many of those ...,,.. -. care with supervision ily at his death are paid as a mat-
nearly so many as I would like it customers and friends you and I This program is set up so that ter of earned right"
to be, since it did happen used have prayed for. It is my hope that .. young ladies will get to know Many people, Carey .C...' ..:
friendceive each yea fw of throm bustom-iness Years resolutions may be al the wonderful and fine features think that -- would be getting
friends quite at few of the cutommade here and now by those men that one finds in the care of the something for nothing if .... filed
ary "fifth was" at Christmas t me that the charge of this curse against 7 ,* : ,,will know the soul self- a claim for these benefits. Others
were real friends". I'd -h -,. : the lsve of i:ocent peopl hal- I atisfaction in having a share ', --.1 they would have to prove that
being to worry about how I could never again be laid at the door of the relief of pain for someone. With :. r ,':1- the money. Of course,
bg i of the "precious stuff" a Christian i Port St Joe this experience and classroom j is not the case. Social Seeur-
without reit away You eee Did my resolution pay off? My training by qualified hospital in- l narance ehecks are payable
I had sworn off. Wouay Ydn't touch friends -wthout exception- still struction, will know long be- i. ,':. a claim if there are
it myself. But'it would be perfectly give me nice gifts. They are the fore they leave to go into formal .". l. credits in Social Security
o.k to pass it on to a "weaker" kind that one can BEALLY appree- nurses training that they are sure employment and' other conditions
friend and rest comfortably in the iate. Up to now I have never had of their choice of' a life's work, of I.'A- ..i.: dre met.
thought that he wouldn't overdo itto worry ever about "- any This will enable the girls not ..- As an example, Carey stated, an
It didnhought that he many operation thing alcoholic in anyof the won- to know that .1 is what they real- Individual who was S5 in .' ., -.rv
to realize that I was living in a derful packages that my family and ly want to do as a profession, but 1955, could ._ .i -' for benefits ..
fool's e:-. t 7hen I began to I receive, nor do we expect to- the experience will prove of unlim- two years of Social Security em-
see the misery, -:. r. .,, and ever, ited v iue to them in their 1:- ployment. credits. Such an individ-
heartache that it brought upon the .. -...; yours, meant tal can receive Social Security
loved ones of the "friends" to whom HARRY McKNGHT With the .' .' of the High checks for all months in 1955 if a
I had been so .. Io' I realized PJS. It makes an excellent drai n'School principal, and its leaders, a claim is filed before the end of
that I was committing one of the cleaner. ... was '. and a group of T7%-- 1956, and total earnings
__ young ladies 'n -..n~ and' i .' do not exceed $1200. If
were xcited about the ... total earning' -are over but
So such a e program. They all were ess than $2080, some social secr-
OU Are Cordialy invited To Attend formed that therewould be a pro- ity checks would be.payable. At
and the .' all Social heks
> for those that were qualified' il be payable. At age 72, all
~Lonll||B p is E & g8 IS B i O M met the requireents ,: Social '.- ecks would be
receive some flnanecial -, -.without -.. to the
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor ation in addition to the personal amount of earnings 'Survivors' ben-
satefaction, for their floor duty efits are Ikewise payable under
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m. hoear s social C ..' Carey ..' .1 if
MORNING WORSHIP-------- 11:00 a.m. hi program will ,begin i. 1e deceased ... -, ega~dleai
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .- 6:15 p.m. '. : 1- 9 156 There are many oafg at a .' had an ....
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m. reasons that the City of Port St. status and a claim is fiedi for bene-
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m. h "& oad Its hir nghi l he n
Meeting InThen H S l A iThpF Thee High Scho cooperate on of every by S a
ng e isori certain proof hat all are amount to thousands of 1,-. par-
SAof sting ... ,.and success is tiularly when a yog .-
V II ALWAYS "W L fo litizens such as L group urvive, these bonef its do
are. They will always be a credit not represent a gift", *.'
bo their "...:r", welfare, Carey concluded. All So-


A BIG
HOWDY to '56
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clal Security benefits are paid for.
by, workers, employers, and the
self-employed. At the present time,
the Old-Age and Survivors Insur-
ance Trust Fund has more than 21
billions of dollars in government
securities to'guarantee these bene-
fits,
You should contact your nearest.
Social Security office whenever yon'
have a question concerning Old-
Age and Survivors Insurance.

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FOR RENT
1 AND 2 BEDROOM HOUSES
and APARTMENTS
LOW MONThLY RATES
YEAR ROUND

Apply Mexico Beach Office
Office On Mexico Beach
Phone BAll 74071 4t-12-29
FOR SALE
HOUSE FOR SALE: Unfurnished
3 bedroom home, corner Palm
B]vd., and 14th Street, Port St. Joe..
Venetian blinds, circulating oil
heater, water heater. Contact Kar-
lene 0. Owens, Box 590 or phone
2241, after 6 p.m., Marianna, Fla. 4t
FOR SALE: House trailer. Com-
pletely furnished. Call 7-4903.
WANTED TO RENT: 2 bedromo
House or apartment. Unfurnish-
ed. Four in family. Contact Marion
Musselwhite at IGA Store.


Buzzett's Dnig Store
PHONE 74-371



CLASSIFIED ADS
FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Furnished bedrooms
and apartments. David's Motel,
202 Monument Ave., Phone 9-9161.
FOR RENT: Rooming house and
Safe combined with store facili-
ties. See T. H." Stone. tfel0-6
FOR RENT: Apartments, furnished
and unfurnished. 522 3rd St.
Phone 7-9411. tt-12-8
FOR RENT: Small unfurnished
'house on Long Avenue. 1S05 Long
Ave. tt-12-8
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house at
Beacon Hill. Fresh paint with big
glassed in porch. $35 mo. Next o
the Hobaugh property. Contact Mrs.
B. H. DickenS, phone 7-5421, 405
Woodward. 4te-l12
* FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
23 Eighth Street.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apartment.
Upstairs. Kitchen equipped. One
and a half .blocks from town. Call
7-5768.


TOYS 3 OFF,
WAS $10.60
GREY VAN $7.00
WAS $1050
ERECTOR SET $7.00

SPORT CAR KIT $6.63
REMOTE CONTROL WAS $9.95
FIRE TRUCK $6.63
WAS $11.95
CHEMISTRY SET $8.00
WAS $.95
Structo Transport $2.63
WAS $7.95
Car Turnahauler $5.30
WAS $13.95
Search Light Truck $9.30
WAS $7.95
CATERPILLAR $5.30
WAS $7.00
MAIL TRUCK $4.67
POWER SHOVEL WAS $7.00
RIDE-EM TRUCK $4.67
WAS $30.00
DESK nd CHAIR $20.00


Mrs. Mclawhon Honors
Daughter With Party


NOTICE Mrs. George McLawhon enter-
A reward of twenty-five dollars gained with a .. party, De-
($25.00) will be paid for informa- honoring
tion leading to the arrest and con- member 20 from 3 to 5 honoring
eviction of the person or persons her young daughter, Edith Nan-
who damaged and defaced the gov- r.u.-.-.., on her 7th birthday. The
ernment owned State Constitution party was held in the St. James'
Convention Monument at Port St Parish House and the Chrietmas
Joe on Dedication'Day, Friday, De
cmber 16, 195. Florida Boardof was carried out in the re-
Farks and i.. ra.. ,',, 204 "- ..--*' L and decorations.-
Center Building. Tallahassee, Flor- Asting Mrs. McLawhon in ear-
ida. Ste
___.____ __ing for the little guests was Mrs.
SPECIAL SERVICES Durelle Johnson and Mrs. Joan
] ,A :.. Refreshments of -'".- dee-
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE.. cookies o Santa and hrist-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. I- t.'-, cookles of Santa and Christ
sensed electrical contractor, All mas trees, ice cream, punch and
kinds electric and refrigeration candy were served.
service and installation. Phone Those attending were Elaine
730S2. .. Diane Wood, Ann Belin,
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say v ",1' Johnson, Karen- Stripling,
ing money see us for anything ..-.-i Anchors, Jake t ..t'
you need in your home. STOP and] ., Maxwell, Henry Lilius, Lin-
SWAP SHOP. _. Graham, Critie Coldewey, Raino
Keys Made While You Wait ey v' Sue Odum, -Wanda
35, EACH a-*. ..-,, .- Johnson and send-
BICYCLE PARTS tug gifts were Denny Wilson and
- WESTERN AUTO. Jone
Reel Parts and Repairs
BICYCLES, LAWN MOWERS and
A REAL L.Ii.-rJ *s a good used OUTBOARD MOTORS ;,.ri
piano. STOP and SWAP SOP. avin, 7th St., I. -, ''. View..
Your credit is good, r ,_ 7-2581. t o
PRADE US that useless article for E. TOM P!RIDGEON
. something useful. STOP and Real Estate & Insurance
SWAP. BAll 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.


BATHINETTE


$3.33


WAS $3 "
DOLL BED $2.17
WAS $2.75
BARBECUE SET $1.84
FOR BOY1S and GIRLS WAS $6.00
COWBOY SUITS $4.00

ALL ENAMEL PAINT
ONE THIRD OFF

ALL TOOLS
ONE THIRD OFF

TELEVISION LAMPS
ONE THIRD OFF

SALAD BOWL SETS
ONE THIRD OFF

GLASS DOME CLOCKS,
ONE THIRD OFF
WRINGER TYPE
WASHING MACHINE


$129.95
WAS


$98.95


SHighland View Circle
!7| ,Meets With Mrs. DuBose
The' Willa Dean Lowery Circle
Z. of The 'Highland View Baptist
"" Church met with Mrs. E. R. DuBose
December 26 at 3 p.m.
by Mrs. Homer Echols taken from
Matthew 2:1-12 followed with pray-
,, ler by Mrs Coker. Mrs. Bchols gave
Sstory taken from the Panama City
paper "'The Shephard Boy Stayed'
Behind To Watch The Flock". Mrs.
DuBose gave a talk on the Mar
% *garet Fund urging r7: -o-- ntr of
the circle to give to the Bunny Gift
offering n' r '- : A short business
meeting was held and the group
was dismissed with prayer by Mrs.
Edna Floyd.
Refreshments were served by the
Breeding eifers
Dairy heifers should not be bred Ten of steel
before they are 15 to 18 months of A single ton of high-carbon, cold-
ge. rolled strip steel will produce a Sil
Ulin safety razor blada


SmokeySaya:


"...out of the mouths of babes!"
Called To Pensacola
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Munn were
called to Pensacola Tuesday due
to the critical illness of Mrs. Munn's
, -..' -, E. N. Van Horn. Mr. Van
[Horn is a ..1- in the Baptist
T-1 .'.and his condition yester-
day was listed as "fair".


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HALLMARK'S PRE-IIIVETORY


HALLMARK'S rings out the old, rings in the new
with scores of terrific values Shop early for
your selection. Two days only Open late Friday,
night.N '
DOORS OPEN FRIDAY MORNING 8:30


Ladies Cotton Print -i

DRESSES

$1.99 and /

$2.37
All Sizes ,


Ladies

DRESSES

$4.90
A selection of ,better
dresses marked be-
low cost.
Reg.Reg. $8.99 to
$14.99-


'I.


BLOUSES .. 88c and $1.37
Cotton, dacron and sheers. Sizes 32 up. Ladies



Ladies Coats,


$15.00

Just a few in stock. Regular $27.95



SKIRTS



$1.99

Regular $3.98


Women's Shoe Clearance $3.00
Regular $4.98 to $5.98

A SMALL GROUP FOR 99c


SHOP


Seiet ion of men's White

DRESS SHIRTS

$1.40
Reg. $2.95 and $3.95.


BOY'S JACKETS -----3.50
Fur collar $7.95 and $8.95 Value

A FEW
MEN'S SUITS




Special Group of
MEN'S SUITS n
Reg.. $39 to $49 Values


$25.00
Weights for now and spring too.
This group includes fine quality
suits from nationally famous manu-
facturers. Every suit has been
carefully hand picked for quality
and value. This event comes to.
you at a time to give plenty of
seasonal wear!

Regular $2.98 and up value
FLANNEL SHIRTS --- $1.00


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Firestone Home & Auto Supply
3t), +. ;"


"You'll Enjoy


ylon Hose


50c pr.
Aegular $1.19 to $1.29 Value


It"


Spend Christmas Here
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ferren aMn
family of .Jacksonville spent the
Christmas holidays with Mr. Fer-
rell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Ferrell.
Visiting Ferrell's
Mrs. Susie Rowan of Mount Plea-
sant and Mrs. J. M. Sunday were
guests over the Christmas holidays
with Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Ferrell.
Both Mrs. Rowan and Mrs. Sun-
day are sisters of Mr. Ferrell.
Leave For Gainesville
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mercer and
family left Saturday for their new
home in Gainesville. Mr. .Mercer
was with the Gulf Life Insurance
':, ; -.:. here for several years.
Elepnant's Trunk
The Ft'r:.Lu end of the ele-
phant's many-muscled trunk is o
supple and skillful that this big,
awkward looking animal can even
untie knots with it.
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