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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: March 29, 1956
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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PORT ST. JO0
A Progresolve
Community With a
Modern, Progrlesw
Weekly Nswspaer w
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THE STAR


THE K STAR
Published In Port Ot Joe
But Devoted To the Con-
tinued Developipent of
Gulf Gounty
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Port St. Joe -The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"

VOLUME XIX $3.00 Per Year ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARGH 29, 1956 Single Copy So NUMBER 31


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ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESI.EY R. RAMSEY

Well the referendum failed to
grant a water tax to provide funds
for the expansiohkof the Municipal
Hospital. But there are patients
still out there who need a room.
We hope that some of those folks
who voted against the measure
don't have to go out there any time
soon and have to lay on the sun
porch as others are having to do.
That is a shame too. We hated
It. It made us almost wish we had
taken our chances with impeach-
ment'to let the Initial bill go thru.
But we will hasten to add that
the threat of recall didn't prompt
our decision to move for the refer-
endum. We didn't suffer before we
were a city c,,mnmiiiiier and don't
propose to after we have left the
post.
We would like to-point out though
that an addition to the hospital is
imperative and it has to come in
the very near future. When it does
come, the citizens of Port St. Joe
are going to have to pay for it in
one way or another. There's no
way of getting around it. You just
have to pay for what you have.
Present growth of the town de-
mands a larger hospital service and
with rumor of more industrial ex-
pansion here in the near future
(which are usually well founded
rumors) would put the city at about
twice its present size.
A growth of this size will mean
more expansion of our hospital,
school, water and sewer facilities.
We can see no reason to wait
until the growth is upon us to
have all of this expanding to do
at once.

What we would like now, is a
concrete vfay of raising money in
the form of suggestions from these
people who opposed the tax. One
of the first rules we learned is to
never oppose. a *,dli ', 1 inl.'; yru
have a liettbr plan. for achiev.iug
the means. Because achieving the
means is the important thing.

'For those preachers of doom
who 'predicted that Port St. Joe
would not have a football team
next year, we are proud, to re-
port that prospects are that we
will have a very good team.
A practice game Tuesday night
of this week show that St. Joe
wili have a full staff of the fast-
est backs that we have had in
some years. The line is fast and
hard-hitting and the team is fill-
ed out with two straight-throw-
ing quarterbacks.
There are reports that the
team will participate in another
practice game next Friday night.

Pete Comforter has shaved off
his mustach until Fuller Warren
is elected Governor again. How
great a sacrifice can one make?

We had a letter from Earl
Sellers, rich publisher of the
Washington County News be-
moaning the fact that we cannot
go along with Leroy this time.
We didn't say we could or could
not go along with Leroy. Like
so many other people, in the
State of Florida, we just haven't
made up our mind except for the
fact that we are going to vote
for Adlai if he can get on the
ballot.

Williams Avenue is building up
and will soon catch up with Reid
Avenue if things keep happening
as they are. We are getting a new
neighbor across from the Star of-
fice where the Quality Grocery is
putting up a new store building.
Down in the next block, Dr. Robert
King is planning to start construc-
tion of a new office building.

Billy Graham Movie
Set For Highland View

"Oiltown, U. S. A.", released by
Billy Graham Evangelistic Films,
will be shown in Highland View on
April 3, 1956. Local arrangements
are in charge of the Highland View
Ministerial Association, who- nas
secured the Elementary School Au-
dicrium for the showing.


ids To Be Let April 17



On Overpass By S. R. D.


Court Rules Against Lewis Interests

Seeking To Stop Construction

State Senator George G. Tappr announced this week
that he had received word from the State Road Department
that they are planning to let bids on the construction of an over-
pass on highway 98 near the St. Joe Paper Company.


The overpass will go over the
Apalachicola Northern Railroad
tracks where they enter the Paper
Company property near the Ken-
ney Mill Road. It Will extend for
an additional 3.60 feet to allow for
future expansion of the number of
tracks crossing the highway.
Work was begun about three
years ago by the Railroad company
to get the SRD to construct the
overpass due to their future expan-
s:on plans and the increased traf-
Aic over Highway 98.
,Since its inception by the Railt
road, the matter has been in the
courts with the owners of the M.
G. Lewis & Sons Garage seeking to
have the project stopped or to nme-et
certain financial demands mnide by
them. According to. Railroad offl-
iid-. an offer'" *-* made to tp11
L.e-wis firm but was turned dowii
The courts have ruled just re-
cently that the Road Department
can proceed with plans to build th6.
overpass. It denied the Lewis re-
straining order due to the fact tat a
the overpass will be only two lanes
wide and that full access will be
reade for the auto firm..
Plans call for an entrance road
to be constructed on either side of
the overpass to serve the Paper
Company parking lot and also to
serve the Lewis firm. Cloverleaf
patterns will make it possible for
vehicles to go under the overpass
from each direction without cross-
ing the railroad tracks.
It is presumed that the overpass
will start right about Aveinue "D"
and continue on past the Kenney's
Mill Road.
Bids will be let on the construc-
tion of the overpass on April 17.

District Meeting Held
For Cancer Crusade

Representatives of Bay, Gulf,
Franklin, Calhoun, Jacksonl and
Liberty counties attended the Dist-
rict 2 Campaign Clinic of the Flo-
rida Devision of the American Can-
cer Clinic held at the Dixie Sher-
man Hotel Wednesday. night. The
Cancer Fund Campaign opening
date was announced for April 2nd
and the Campaign slogan told. The
slogan for the 195'6 drive will be
"Fight Cancer with a Check-up and
a Check."
L. H. Peterson, executive vice-
president of the Florida Division,
stressed the importance of person-
al contact in the campaign and
arged door to door workers. This
enables the workers to give oat
literature that aided in the edu.
cation program on cancer. He also
stated that people should learn
that cancer can be cured.
Those attending from St. Joa
were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brown,
Mr. Bill Cowden, J. C. Price, Al-
fred Joines and Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Ashley.
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Road Bids To Be Let
For Apalach Cut-off
State Senator George G. Tapper
announced this week that paving
bids for the paving of the new Apa-


Evangelisit Graham amazed the lachicola-Port St. Joe short cut will
entertainment and religious world be let on April 17.
with the world's first Christian we&. Tapper said that grading of the
-ern film, "Mr. Texas". More than road bed is now complete and is
(Continued on page 10) ready for paving..


High School Band

Chalks Up Good

Record at Festival

The citizens of Port St. Joe have
good reason to be proud of its
high school band.
Sixty members of our fine band
left Port St. Joe for Fort Walton
Beach last Friday to participate
in the official Sixth District Band
Festival which is sponsored by the
Florida Bandmasters Association.
*The local band played in compe-
tition with seven other bands of
Northwest Florida in the Double

All .ht'i ii, lands are request-
ed to compete in three events as
follows, Concert Playing, Sight
reading, and Marching. Ratings
which may be awarded are "Sup-
erior" (95 or above), "Excellent"
(87 to 94), "Good" (80 to 86),
"Average" (75 to 79), "Below Ave-
rage" (78 and lower).
The St. Joe Band won the follow-
ing ratings: "'Concert Playing" -
Superior, "Sight Reading"-Excel-
lent, "Marching"-Excellent. Using
minimum figures, this would total
an' average score of 87 plus. The
band made 43 "A's" 33 "B's" and
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CLASSIFIED AD
FOR SALE: Four linotype slugs
(brand new) with the following
type inscribed thereon:
I Tax
Designed for use on city water
bi'ls. Now surplus property. Will
'P11 cheap See and inspect at The


Fisherman's !LUCK! (As You Can Plainly See)


TOM PRIDGEON and CHAUNC'EY COSTIN display a large
catch of bass they made last Thursday up Double Bayou
on a Hawaiian wiggler. The editor got the big one near the
end and he was good. (They were gone Saturday) (* photo)


Blood Bank Program Picks Up Over

200 Members In First Week Of Drive


A 1mom


2a u in all contest events. Til The blood donor program of the I ... .. .- -- ready votea.
is definitely a fine accomplishment win Williams, Mary Alice King, .
for our band. Especially so, when Municipal Hospital is making head- Easter Sunrie Services Mrs. Hubert Thomas, Mrs. Lula
considering the fact that only saye- way fast. The program is only one Iant, Mrs. F. M. Hall, Mrs. 0a Rummage Sale In Need
en members of the band have at- week old today and already over' Set For 6:30 AX.M. Hodrick, Mrs. Erline Everett, Mrs. Of Products For Sale
tended such a contest before. The 200 people have been typed by the Annette Whigham, Mrs. Mable Les
superior rating in concert playing hospital technicians. I The annual Easter Sunrise Ser- lie and Mrs. Mary Brooks are all .-
entitles the band to attend the all- Work started last Thursday at vice, sponsored 'by the Port S working hard and he is confident Rummage is badly needed by
state final band contest which will the St. Joe Paper .Company with oe Ministerial Alliance, wil his division will end up with its the Hospital Auxiliary for their
be held in Gainesville during the or 100 being typed. Wednesday o Ministerial Alliance will be quota or better. Many other mem- sales which are held each Satur-
month of Mray. of this week, another 100 was typed. held Sunday morning at 6:30 a.m. berships will be received Friday day from 2:00 until 5:00 in the"
We note with great pride that According to Mrs. Dottle Thoem- at the Monument. and Saturday. A booth is set up in Williams building located next
Miss Barbara Mitchell was award-i as, the program will continue at All the churches in the city are front of Damon Peters' Store. to Scheffer's Grocery. Children's
ed a superior rating in the piano s the paper mill until all the men sponsoring this event and all pas- While the workers in the above clothes, all ages, are in great
solo competition. have been typed with sessions be- m ors are participating in the pro- districts are working diligently demand. Adult clothing for both
+ ing conducted each Wednesday af- gram. The speaker this year will and hard, they feel it is impossible men and women is also needed.
ternoon be Rev. C. Byron Smith. Rev. Doug- to contact everyone due to various Perhaps your children are tired
Stac House Moves To After the mill has been typed the las Newsome will be in charge of reasons and conflicts. Therefore a of playing with some of their toys.,...
St. James Parish House :ogram will move to St. Joe Lum- arranging the special music, table or booth will be set up today There is a ready market for
t. James Parish e her and Export Company and then 'Chiistians everywhere will cele- in front of the Post Office with these old playthings. Maybe you
The STA Ho Committee to the citizens of Port St. Joe. brate Christ's greatest victory on workers on duty all day Thursday, have some pocket size books
The STAC House Committee Ia- The program is being carriedout this Sunday. The Ministerial Al- Friday and Saturday to enable all that you would contribute. Just
ounces that beginning Saturday Lo secure file of blood types for liance urges all the people of this who have not yet joined or hoine remember when you clean out
April 7, the STAC House will meet future blood transfusions. Blood area 'o honor God by thbir presence not been contacted to stop by and the attic or the closet, we will
at e St. James' EpiscopalPariifrom the voluntary donors will be at this Sunrise Service, get their memberships and give be glad to collect anything that
House. m g. tree to the patients with the hos- ----heir dollars. you cannot use.
At a spacial meeting of the Sci. Fiialyin only a chiare for he hss &o all union members that Any Auxiliary member, or the
James' Episcbpal Vestry, the gov. ital making only a charge for hean Good Friday Services Set have not joined can do so through Rummage Sale Managers, ,Mrs.
erng body of St. James' Church, fustechnicians. At St. James' Church their local leaders. Buck Walters William Wager and Mrs. Robert'
the vote was unanimous that the ____ ______ of he electrical union. T. 0. Rich- King will call for your rummage.
Stac House be allowed to use the Good Friday will be observed at ards of the Papermakers Union. The auxiliary wishes to thank
Pamish House as their' center. Youth Revival Planned St. James' Episcopal Church from Roy Crews of the Machinists Un- Costin's and Austin-Atchison for'
The Stac House, the Port St. Joe At Highland View Church 12 noon until 3:00 p.m. with the ion and W. C. Wilson of the Pulp merchandise which they have
High School Teen Age Center, has Rev. Thomas Miller leading, and Sulphite Union (box plant), contributed.
been meeting for the past 14 months A Youth Revival will be held at The- service is a continuous ser-
at the American Legion Hall thru the Highland View Methodist vice and you are invited to attend Hig | PTa Has
the courtesy of the local post and Church during the Spring holidays, at the time convenient to you, and High School PTA Has Regular Meeting
auxiliary. The Legion. served notice March 29 through April 2. Services to leave at any time during the
that they would like to have the will be held at 7:45 nightly. Spec- service
bhuiaing vacated as of the first of ial music will be provided by the!I Everyone is invited to worship The Parent-Treacher Association local newspaper for publication and
April due to plans to remodel aid young people of the church. during these hours. of the High School met Thursday send letters to the State Beverage
improve .their building. Rev. Joe Register, pastor of the r night in the auditorium for the Commission strongly protesting
The Parent-Teacher Association, Springfield Methodist Church, Pan- regular monthly business meeting selling of alcoholic beverages to
the sponsor, under the president, ima' City, will be the evangelist. CARD OF THANKS wi:h Harry McKnight, president minors andthe employment of min-'
Harry McKnight has worked dili- 1Rv. Douglas Newsome, pastor of I with to express, my sincerest presiding. ors by bars and taverns in Gulf
gently to make the Youth Center tne church, will serve as song di- appreciation for the many thoughts Mrs. 'Fred Davis opened the County and vicinities. The recom-,
as good a place for young people 'rector. He will be assisted at the and prayers and kindness shown meeting with a devotional followed mendation also urged that mea-
to meet and enjoy recreation' as piano by Mrs. Joe Register, wife Lo me during my recent illness.' with prayer. sures be taken to remedy this sit-
possible. Two chaperones are pro- of the evangelist. The kindnesses of the people of During the business the recom- uation and prevent its recurrence.
vided each Saturday from a list of The youth of Highland View Me- Poort St. Joe were a never-ending mendation of the executive board Miss Margaret Key, director otf
others of members of the Stac thodist Church extends to youth of source of comfort to me and,my was accepted. The recommenda- the Stac House, youth center, re-
House. For the month of April all denominations a cordial invita- family. tion was as follows: That the Par- ported that during the month of
Mrs. Chauncey Costin is in charge 'tion to join them in their revival May God bless you all. -nt-Teahier Association of the high March a regular attendance of 65
of chaperones. Asrvices. MRS. VIC ANDERSON school submi: a. r :ii n t he.e (Continued On Page 10)


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143 Votes Kill Measure


To Enlarge Hospital


673 of Port St. Joes 1200 registered voters treked to the
poll, Tuesday to turn thumbs down on a proposal to place a
I t ilit tax on water and sewer systems of the City for enlarge-
mn0i1t of the Municipal Hospital.
-- 263 of Port St. Joe's voters gave
Red Cross Drive the project a nod of approval. 406
Red CrOSS Irive were against. Three ballots, were
Reaches 60 Pc poiled and one was missing.
Reaches 60 PCT. The issue had been hotly con-
tested throughout the city when
All Red Cross workers for the the City Council placed, the taix
,.uimfml fund drive in Gulf Countyon the water and sewer without 'a
are,! urged .by Charlie Garraway, referendum and stirred up a virtual
lhainrian, to re-double their efforts hornet's nest of protest. The coun.
Ile reinaining few days left in the cii agreed to put 'the matter up
,l,-,- Nothing short of quota is for referendum and the rest is past
,i0d' enough for Gulf County in be- history.
h.LIL 1,' this great humanitarian or- The purpose of the 10 per cent:
a, i.- tion", said Garraway. "Re- tax was to provide funds, for the'
inic,-nber, we will be able to retain 'construction of additional rooms on
itk our treasury over $600.00 and the Municipal Hospital.
t ii tHe home service, water safe- Te project of adding to the hos-
t .1 junior Red Cross programs pital was brought about by the.
i:1,- r.ray, we'll need the money fact that the hospital is becoming
jI1. be- proud of a good civic job," too small to serve the community
I*..trri".ay continued. and during the past few months
i --p,..rts to the chairman to date has been overrun with patients.
ri ,i the various districts while The hospital was built back in";
... ,ii-olio-te, .are as follows: 1940, when the population was just
Ad'. 1 nce checks, (industry) Frank a little over 2,000 and has never
i i.tIU.., $15'5.00. \been added too, even though the
uL-tirness District, John Blount, population of the city is nearing
'l" "" twice that amount, and shows
W\'ite City. Mrs. Ella Stebelw, ie,, se of eve, doubling its pres-
.'14.4 ent size in the uixg,t ." :. or foair
iV\,'ee.ahitchka, Mrs Ma Lister, years.
' '"" Several leaders of the opposition
I St. Joe -residential, M-'. to the tax had pledged the city its
.ouise Coldewey, $200.00. support if the matter was put to
Oak Grove, Mr. -.n I Mrs. Jesse a vote of the people.
Anderson, $20.00. A light vote was expected by the:L
Highland View, Rev. L. F. Ad members of the Commission and
ams, no report. election officials. Balloting started
Beach District, Mrs. Parker Har* off at a brisk pace and by mid'
and Madaleine Whitaker, $94.50. morning more than 100 votes had
Indian Pass, Jimmy McNeill, No oin reh 1 v had
Indian Pass, immy McNeill, No been cast. By 3:00 p.m. when the
Report. paper mill shifts begin to get off
Colored Division, Prof. E. A. and the normal heavy balloting be.
Twine, $140.00. gins at local polls, over 300 had al-
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ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED


Mr. and Mrs. John T. Simpson Aase of Gilbert, Minn. The wed-
announce the engagement and ap- ding will be an event of May 6
preaching marriage of their daugh- at the First Baptist Church at
ter, Myrtle Helen, to George Elling 5:00 p.m. All friends and relatives
Aase, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold of the couple are invited to attend.
by Mrs. John Dawkins. Mrs. Ste-


First Baptist Circle Four
Meets With Mrs. Pridgeon
Circle four of the First Baptist
Church Woman's Missionary Union
held their regular meeting Tuesday
afternoon at 3:30. Mrs. W. C. Prid-
geon was hostess in her home on
Monument Avenue.'
Mrs. Emory Stephens presented
a talk on "American Indians" An-
nie Armstrong taken from The
Royal Service Magazine was read


phens gave the devotional followed
with prayer by Mrs. A. V. Bateman.
Refreshments of cake and ice
cream were served by the hostess
to the following members present:
Airs. Emory Stephens, Mrs. A. V.
Bateman, Mrs. John Dawkins and
Mrs. R. W. Henderson.

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Miss Key Honored
With Coke Party

Miss Hazel Burnetto entertained
with a coke party, March 24 in he
10th Street home. Complimented
was Miss Margaret Key, bride-elec
of April 1. Assisting her daughter
was Mrs. S. L. Barke.
Attractive arrangements of aza
leas and roses were used through
out the rooms. Refreshments o
dainfy sandwiches. cookies and
Cokes were served.
The honoree was presented
gift of crystal in her chosen pat
tern.
Present were Miss Alice An
drews, Miss: Tracy Brown. Miss
Mary Harris, Miss Myrtle Simpson
Mrs. Margaret lDeVore, Mrs. Clar
ence Owens and Mrs. James Tan
kersley.


Mrs. Chason Hostess
To Wesleyan Guild

The Wesleyan Service Guild o
the First Methodist Church me
at the home of Mrs. A. S. Chaso
on Thursday evening, March 23
Mrs. W. II. Howell,, Jr.. presented
the first session of a study entitled
"The Five Spiritual Classics". Shi
reviewed, in a most interesting
manner the life of St. Augustin(
and his writings.
Preceding the study, a delicious
dessert course was served by Mrs
Chason.
Mrs. Mamie Chason. Mrs. FreC
Davis, Mrs. Ed Ramsey, Mrs. Glady
McCoy, Mrs. Myrtle Childers anm
Mrs. Philip Chatham were visitor
at the meeting. The following mem
bors were also present: Mrs. Mar]
Tomlinson, Mrs. Doris Whealton
Mrs. Marguerite Scheffer, Miss Ver
na Smith, Mrs. Letha Westbrook
MrIs. Guerry Melton, Mrs. Jol:
Wise, Mrs. Fay Glaze, Mrs. Judit
Parker, Miss Mary Bailey and Mrs
Coy Williams.
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Tom Buttram Honored
With Birthday Party
Tom Bultram, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W.,. h- Buttram was honored
wili a party on his seventh birth-
day recently at the home of his
ji',encis.
Tiose present enjoyed several
g:ti.es and were served efresha-
ments of cake and punch. After che
refreshments were served the


RE-ELECT

Cecil G. Cost


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istesis were taken to the Port
Theatre for a movie.
Thcse present were Ricky Thurs-
bay, Al Scheffer, Ed Scisson, Bobb
ElIzey, Tommy Atchison, Ray Ram
sey, David Hoker, Morris Buttram,
Richara Scheffer, Jake Belin and
the honoree, Tom Buttram.
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SM R13v. Donald Asa Brandles who
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Have Dinner Tues. special service. The subject of the
Inspiring message was "Humility."
The benediction was given by L.
Members .of the Brotherhood of F. Adams, pastor of Highland View
the Long Avenue Baptist 'Church Baptist Church. ''
were hosts on Monday evening for ----- ---
an-appreciation dinner. More than Highland View Church
fifty members and visitors attend- Completes Expansion
ed the dinner which was served
in the educational wing of the L. F. Adams, pastor of Highland
new church uiin. View Baptist Church, announces
Mr. H. L. Ford, Brotherhood that their church has just complet-
.. President, presided. Visiting guests ed three new units of their educa-
from Gulf fCountyv werei recognize H-0 i Thi,.,,i. m..- iv: l A I


and appreciation was ex
the Brotherhood to all
beeai beneficial in help
Lablish thii new church
St. Joe.
L. E. Voss was chain
Social Committee. H. C.
served as Program Chai
lowing the banquet a p
ice' was held in the ch
torium. Invocation was
Rev. Fred Davis. Music
ished by Mr. Booth Poo
Choral Club of the Po
Hign School. Rev. Dou
some was guest pianis
"C. Odum, pastor' of the
nue Baptist Church intrc


A RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, [he patrons of the
Port St. Joe High School have be-
come increasingly aware, especial-
ly in recent years, of the patronage
by minors of many of the bars and
taverns in and near Port St. Joe,
including the beaches, that are en-
gaged in the sale of Intoxicating
beverages; and
WHEREAS; it s a known fact
that certain young people attend-
ing the Port St. Joe High School
have frequented the above men-


Mrs. Joe Ferrell Hostess
To Long Avenue Circle
Circle No. 2 of Woman's Mission-
ary Union held its March meeting
at the home of Mrs. Joe Ferrell.
The meeting was opened by the
repeating of. the Watchword, taken
from Psahl.m22:27, followed with
prayer by Mrs. Joe Ferrell.
The Royal Service program
"Make Me a Channel. of Blessing"
was presented by Mrs. Joe McLeod,
Mrs. H. L. Ford, Mrs. Darrell Grin-.
er, Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Mrs. Gradyf


ti ntl buiiiuing'l. is gves a "totai oned places from time to time, player, sirs. June rairley, Mrs. Joe
:pressedby of twelve class-room units. for the ,nd certain people of minor age Wilkie and' Mrs. Fred Perry.
Swho had educational program of the church, have been employed at one or more After th business meeting re-'
ping to es- Along with oiher Baptist church- of the above mentioned-places, and freshments were served by the fol-
*h in Port es of this area, Highland. View. further, that intoxicating 'beverages lowing: Mrs, H. L. Ford, Mrs. Dar-
will cooperate in the simultaneous have been sold to minors at these rell Griner, Mrs. Grady Player,
man of the evangelistic crusade from April 8 places, all in violation of the laws Mr's. Fred Perry, Mrs. N. G. Martin,
McKnight through AprHl i15. Rev. J. W. Lester of the State of Florida which govr Mrs. Joe Wilkie, Mrs. Joe McLeod,
irman. Fol- of Enterprise, Ala., will be the rn suc acts, and Mrs. June Fairley, Mrs. R. E. Phil-
ublic serv- visiting evangelist during this ser | WHEREAS, the patrons and lips, Mrs. J. S. Wincey, two visi-
iurch audi-es of meetings, teachers of the Port St. Joe High tors, Miss Teola Jernigan and Mrs.
given fby -- --- S tool know that these conditions Herman Barbee.
le and the Use 'o Margarine should not be allowed to- continue, Our next meeting will be in the
eand the Estimates gre that 31, million and. we do -commend and support home of .Mrs. H. 'L. Ford, 1019
rt St. Joe Amierlean women use margarine, the stand which has been taken Woodward Avenue.
glas New- and spend about four billion mm. by certain citizens of our com-
t. Rev. J. utes yearly kneading or stirring t against these conditions Ball Teahes Course To
Long Ave- color n'n ,.hpt product, mun* ty against -these condition%, Ball Teaches Course To
LongeAye- duced the pron ct. ------ as well as efforts which have been Baptist Auxiliaries
oduced the Baptist Auxiliaries
put forth to have those establish-
ments which have been guilty of Mr. Armand Ball Baptist State
AM P TflMI M~flNM the violations above mentioned Ioyal Ambassador Secretary,


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brought to justice;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED, that the membership of
the Parent-Teacher Association of
the Port St. Joe High School does
hereby call upon and urge the law
enforcement officers of Port St.
Joe and. Gulf County, as well as
:he State Beverage Department, to
maintain vigilance against these
conditions and to do all within
their power to bring the. law to
bear upon any person or persons
guilty of such unlawful acts.
" Adopted by the Port St. Joe High
School Parent Teacher Association
in regular meeting this March 22,
1956.
-: Signed: C. H. McKnighlt,
President


223 Monument Ave.


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Indian ,Study Course book, to for-
ty-four junior boys from the Bap-
tist Churches of Port St. Joe, High-
land View and White City, last
Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. Ball divided the groups into


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four tribes. Eacn tribe selected a
chief and wore a dl terent color
head band. During the three hour
the four tribes did many interest-
ing things, such as games, hand-
work and fact-finding. After the
Indian supper, which was served
out-doors, Mr. Ball showed slides
of Indian Lifte
Thanks From George Y. Core
Clerk Circuit Court
I extend my sincere appreciation
to all of the people of Gulf County
for allowing me to be unopposed
for the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Gulf County. This
is indeed an honor that I will'
repay by giving the best service
possible. I fully realize the confi-
dence you have placed in me' and
I promise that I will constantly
efideavor 'to prove my- worthiness.
My sincere thanks.
George Y. Core
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PAGE THREE


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A SHEEP IS SHORN
The news that Editor Maurice Tudor of
The Stone County Leader, of Mountain View,
Ark.,-has gone and got himself a haircut is of
more interest at this desk than you might expect.
Following ain ultimatum from the distaff
side of the house, reports Mr. Tudor, a "great-
load" has been lifted from his mind, and he finds
himself "back at my machine with a somewhat
lifted face."
This editor is speaking our language as he
goes on to say: "For some reason or another,


NEWS FROM

OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS

(Written for last week)
Honored With Party
Mrs. Ivey honored her daughter
June with a weiner and anarshmal-
low roast Tuesday, March 13 at her
home on Duval Street. Several
games were played then refresh-
ments of drinks, roasted weiners,
and marshmallows were served to
the following guests: Jenny Kay
Norris, Gail Anderson, Vivian Ray,
Alice Jean Gay, Jerry Hayes, Her-
bert and Lloyd Gardner, Richard
Ray, Buddy and Roy Knight, Tom-
my Riley, Philip Ivey, James Ivey
and the honoree, June Ivey.
Honored With Party.
Mrs. Jessie Anderson honored her
husband Jessie with a birthday


I have always had trouble finding time to get
my hair cut I guess I floof away as much
time as the next guy,, but I've got the feeling
all the time that I'm just waiting a few minutes
to get started.
"On Monday and Tuesday there is the pres-
sure of getting ready to print the paper as the
deadline nears. Wednesday is spent in mad
rushes of trying to get it printed not to men-
tion Tuesday night and Wednesday night.
Thursday, there is mailing out and attending to
details. Friday and Saturday the lineup at the
barber shop is downright unreasonable and you
couldn't expect a busy man to spend all day
waiting on a haircut.
"As a result, I often look like a sheep in
late spring, and it is not due to a shortage of
razors or barbers, but time."
The best solution we can offer for Editor
Tudor is to let himself get bald.
We are trying an even better solution. We
are trying to build up enough business so that
we can hire another printer and thereby have
the necessary time to get the shearing Job done
when necessary when we have the $1.25.

WE GATHER FROM THE COMMENTS
of Congressional leaders who heard our travel-
ing Secretary of State give his report to the
home office on that 19 day Asian tour that he
is at least as good a salesman at home as abroad.


party Wednesday evening at his
home. Refreshments of cake, coffee,
hot chocolate and Cokes were ser-
ved to the following guests: Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Ard, Mrs. Ken-
neth Ellis, Mrs. Charles Scurlock,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stripling,
Mrs. Wade Neel, Mrs. Dessie Mc-
Call, Mrs. Ruth Griffin, Mrs. Light-
ftot, Mr. and Mrs. Cannon, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Harris, Mrs. Jean Shoots,
Mrs. Revells, Mrs. Burt Hall, Mrs.
Carlos Miles, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Hanley, Miss
Faye Mason, Gene Anderson and
the honoree, Jessie Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burrows of
Tyndall Field were the week end
guests of the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Hanlon.
Bill Bennett, a student at FSU
in ,Tallahassee was the week end
guest of his wife and children, Mrs.
Bill Bennett, Hilton and Doyle Rich-
ird.
Miss Minnie Ola Ray, a nurse


regular ..


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at Moultrie, Ga., spent the week
tnd visiting with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. P. Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dykes spent
Sunday in Bay Harbor visiting with
friends and relatives.
Mrs. Herman Stripling and daugh
ter Jan spent the week end in Ver-
not visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Lewis.
Miss Eunice Vickers is- spending
several weeks, in Dothan, Alabama
visiting with friends ahd relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Payne and
daughter Brenda of St. Louis, Mo.,
is spending a week visiting with
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Young. She is the former
Miss Shirley Young.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Linebargar
of Tyndall Field spent Sunday vis-
iting with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bradley of
Panama City were the Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mad-
dox.
-Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Deese and
children left .Saturday for Hous-
ton, Texas, where they will stay
for several months
Mr. and Mrs. Ivis Pinter' and
children landed in San Francisco,
Calif., Sunday after spending 24
months in Guam. Mrs. Pinter is
the former Miss Emily Dykes.
Mrs. Everetit MoFarland and son,
Patrick returned home Saturday
after spending several months in
Tallahassee visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. Brownen.
Mrs. Nelson Gardner and chil-
dren and Mrs. Dennis Norris and
daughter Sara motored -to Panama
City Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Davis are
the proud parents of a son born
on March 17 at the Municipal Hos-
pital.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lanier of
Wewahitchka were the Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard


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' Enrolls At College
Nor-man Allemore, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Allemore, Sr.,
of Garrison Avenue, who was re-
cently discharged from dhe U. S.
Army Intelligence Corps has en-
rolled in -the School of Forestry at
Auburn,

Hanlon, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Gay
and T. G. Stripling.


CARD OF THANKS
I'm a little girl five years old.
I'm so thankful God let me be
borned in Pprt St. Joe where folks
are so kind and thoughtful. I broke
my leg a month ago and Monmmie
carried me to the hospital. While
I was there many of you visited
me and brought me more gifts than
I've ever had before while others
included me in their prayers and


rs5. .101 oe reurner some sent me pretty cards. I'm asking
Friday after spending several days Jesus to bless each and every one
in Vernon visiting with Mr. andof you including our doctors sad
Mrs. Richard Hanlon.
an nurses who were so faithful to me.
R and Mrs Lloyd Riley and Thanks a million and come to see
son Philip spent several days in me, cause I still can't walk.
Atlanta, Ga., and Birmingham, Ala.,
last week. JAE FRIIEDA JOiNDS


SUPPORT OF TOM MILAM


j ATTEND BAND ISTIVAL Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Richards, Mr.
Among those attend*# the Band and Mrs. Paul Fensom, Mr. and
Festival in Fort Walton Beach Fri- Mrs. Terry Hinote, Mrs. Bert Munn
Bert Munn, Jr., Michael Munn and
day and Saturday from Port St. Bert Munn, Jr., MichvelMunGaa
Connie Munn, Mary Evelyn Garra-
Joe were Mr. and Mrs. Charles way and Charlene, Mr. and Mrs.
Garraway, Mrs. Thoifias Mitchell, Rush Chismn and-Mrs. John Blount.



SILAS R.

'Mickey' STONE

CANDIDATE FOR

Representative

GULF COUNTY

I The Peoples' Candidate


We Sincerely Solicit Your
Vote and Support

Not My Will .
. But Thine Be Done


The people's candidate for State Senator of the 25th
Senatorial District, means progress for Gulf County
and Port St. Joe
(.1) If elected, Tom Milam will work toward promoting
Gulf County and its beaches.
(2.) If elected, Tom Milam will fight for a greater share of
state advertising funds for Gulf beaches.


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and luxury, more big car roominess and big car
ride, than other cars in the "medium price field"
-even those costing a thousand dollars more!
Yet, the exciting news is this! For all its size, com-'
fort, performance and style, the King Size Dodge
Coronet is priced right down with the lowest.'
In fact, you can own a Dodge Coronet V-8
Lancer hardtop for only about 95 cents a week


Size it up with others In
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Car "B"' podge is 6.9 inches longer
Car "MA" Dodge is 5.6 inches longer
Car "0" Dodge is 7.7 inches longer
Car "P" Dodge is 6.4 inches longer

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Long 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 7:30 p.m.
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T 5IK TAR, PORT -. ,aE, sUPVLtPOUTY1 i LORIDA


for the office of Tax Collector sub
Sject to the Democratic primary
POLITICAL election of May 8, 1956. If elected
I promise to maintain this office
ANNOUNCEMENTS a courteous and efficient man-
ANNOUNCEMENTS ter at all times,
Your vote and, support will be
greatly appreciated.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 4t-3-28 WALTER T. STAIPFORD
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election to the office of Coun- FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
ty Commissioner from District 3 I hereby announce my candidacy
subject to the approval of the vot- for the office of School Board
ers of Gulf County at tile polis CL Member in District Four.
May 8. I am standing on my reco t hIf I am elected, I will consider
of representing the best intcresLi the voters problems in their school
of the county as a whole, co-operat- system, as the problems of the
.ing wherever possible with tihe School Board. I plan to work with
School Board and other county do the people of this county to better
apartments with the future progress our school system. I plan to work
of the county always in nir'd I toward the program of putting tax
*sure you that it re-elsted, I money where it will do the most
shall continue to strive 'or ihe de- good.
ven mind theof bourest interest, oI Your vote and support will be
thn people." appreciated.
PARKER G. HART C. E. "PECK BOYER
FOR TAX COLLECTOR S "
I hereby announce my candidacy" Star Want Ads Get Result?


ST. JAMES TO HAVE
EASTER PARTY SUNDAY
Sunday afternoon at 4:00 p.m.
St. James' Church School will ob-
serve Easter with the Annual Eas-
ter party at the Parish House. An
Easter Egg Hunt and a special
Easter Service for children will be
held. All children of St. J.ames' are
reminded to bring their flowers
ior the cross.
Patient In Hospital
Mrs. W. E. Thurabay is a patient
in fhe Municipal Hospital.
-K

NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS1

Bill Bennett, a student of Florida
State University at Tallahassee,
spent the week end with his wife


Hall. Clovette Hanlon,
S-Sgt. and rs. Ivis Pinter and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Walker and
children returned, home Sunday af- children motored to Panama City


ter spending 24 months In Guam.
She is the former Miss Emily
Dykes.
Mr and Mrs. Herman Ard spent
several days in DeFuniak Springs
visiting wiLh friends and relatives.
Jewel Cooper spent Saturday at
Chattahoochee visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. Emmett Clayton. -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Rutch and
children of Tyndall-Field were the
Sunday guests of Mrs. Sue Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. Knight and children
spent the week end in Perry, visit-
tng with friends and relatives.
M.s. Jimmy Burns and Mrs. Ken-
neth Ellis spent Friday in Pa ia.ina
City visiting with relatives and on
busiii ess.
A revival at the Oak Grove As-
sembly of God Church will start
Api. 8_, and continue thrang,i Ap-
ril S2 with the Rev. R. A. She"rili.
S.eivices will be held at ':SO each


anil cthld(ren, vAis. Dillu BUnnt., night. Everyone eis cordially invited
Doyle and Hilton Conger. to attend. Rev. Lloyd Riley is the
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall pastor.
spent Wednesday in Marianna vis- Mr and Mrs. W. S. Love and
iting with friends and relatives. Mr. and. Mrs. Ray Jolly and daagh.
Mrs. W. B. Dykes spent several ter motored to Panama City Saz.
days in Tyndall Field visiting with urday on business.
,her daughter an dson-in-law, Mr. We are sorry to say that Tony
and Mrs. Howard Linebargar. Weeks is a patient at the Muni,'!-
Chester Hall of Moultrie, Georgia pal iHospital and her many friends,
returned home Sunday after spend- w'shs her a speedy- recovery.
ing several weeks visiting with Mr. I lr. and Mrs. Perry Elliott mo-
and Mrs. Bill Hall and Mr. and 'ored to Jacksonville Thursday tv
Mrs. Cleveland Hall. meet their daughter and son-in-la v
Mr. and Mrs. Josh Dykes.-and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moore.
children and Mr. and Mrs. Williel Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ray and Mr.
Dykes and children of Apalachicola'an( Mrs. Hubert Kaiser and daugi-
were the Sunday guests of Mr. and ter spent Sunday in Altha visiting '
Mrs. W. B. Dykes and Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ray.
Jason Dykes. Mrs. Richard Lewis of Vernon,


MY DEAR FRIENDS
I am grateful to you for returning me
to the office of Tax Assessor for an-
other term without opposition.
I will do everything within my power
to justify your continued faith and
confidence in me as your Tax Assessor.
THANKS,
SAMMY


Famous bulletin from


Mr. and Mrs. Howard Linebargar
of Tyndall Air Force Base were
the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Dykes and Mr. and Mrs.
Jason Dykes.
We are sorry to say that Howard
Lovett is in the Municipal Hospi-
tal and his many friends wish him
a speedy recovery.
Earl Parrish of Fort Benning,
Georgia, Chestr Kirkland of Co-
lumbus, Georgia, and E. L. Parrish
of Fort Myers were the Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland


was the Saturday guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Joel Lovett, Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Stripling and Mr. and Mrs.
James Lovett.
Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Riley motor-
ed to Pensacola Friday on business.
'Mrs. Sally Nash and son, James,
of Apalachicola was the Sunday
guesfLs of Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Young and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burrows of
Tvndall Field Air Force Base were
the Sunday guests of the latter's
parents, Mr. ahnd Mrs. Richard
lIanlon. She is the former Miss


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Wednesday on business.
John Young is spending several
weeks with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. B. Young.
Mrs. S. J. Roberts of Panama
City was the Sunday guest of Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Young.
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Anderson
and children, Gall, -Tommy, Judy
and Gene, spent the week end in
Caryville visiting with friends and
relatives.
James Sealey of Providence, R. I.
is home visiting with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Saeley.
We are glad to say that Bobby
Glen Lightfoot is home from the
hospital after having his tonsils
taken out.
Mr. and Mrs.. Richard Hanlon
and children spent Saturday in Wq-
wahitchka visiting with friends and
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hanlon
and children spent Sunday morn-
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In this year's Economy Run a new Ford
V-8, with Fordomatic, was the official
victor over every car in its field, with
a winning average of 47.7643 ton-miles
per gallon. This means that the sturdier,
heavier Ford carried more weight, with
greater gas economy per pound, than any
car in its field.
This latest Ford victory was scored
over a rough and rigorous 1,468.8-mile
route running from Los Angeles to
Colorado Springs. Through the heat
of Death Valley and over chilling
mountain heights through gas-
eating city traffic and over the straight-


line open road Ford proved anew
its traditional reputation for economi-
cal performance.
The winning Ford' was a regular-
production model taken right from the
assembly line. It was no different than
thousands of '56 Fords you see on the
road and in dealer's showrooms. This
proves that Ford, 'the Performance,
Style and Safety leader, leads in Econ-
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reasons why the '56 Ford is worth more
when you buy it, while you drivP it,
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White Meat Ib 16c

NABISCO ARMOUR STAR
VANILLA WAFERS Ig. box 31c Cooking Oil No. 10 jug $1.29
NABISCO PREMIUM WHITE
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POUND PACKAGE GREEN HEAD
OLEOMARGARINE 19c CABBAGE Ib. 3c
SUGAR CURED GOLDEN RIPE
PICNIC HAMS lb. 25c BANANAS lb. 10c
ROBIN HOOD, Plain or Self Rising U. S. GOOD
FLOUR 5 lbs. 39c ROUND STEAK lb. 59c
ROBIN HOOD, Plain or Self Rising KILN DRIED
FLOUR 10 lbs. 89c SWEET POTATOES lb. Sc
ROBIN HOOD, Plain or Self Rising ALL KINDS
FLOUR 25 Ibs. $1.74 SOFT DRINKS 3 for lOc
JIM DANDY U. S. GOOD RIB and
GRITS 2 pkgs. 25c BRISKET STEW lb. 19c
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PORK FAT No. 5 jug 45c CANDY BARS 3 for 10c
PURE FRESH INDIAN PASS
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Large EGGS


FRESH
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FRESH
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SMOKED SUGAR CURED SEMINOLE
SLAB BACON lb. 22c
SMOKED SUGAR CURED SEMINOLE
SLICED BACON lb. 29c
DRESSED and DRAWN
Ga. Grade 'A' FRYERS lb. 39c
FRESH PIG FEET and
NECK BONES lb. lOc
U. S. GOOD FRESH GROUND
HAMBURGER 4 Ibs. $1.00
PURE PORK PAN
PAN SAUSAGE 4 lbs. $1.00
FRESH
PORK HAM lb. 39c
MEATY SMOKED
HAM HOCKS lb. 15c
FRESH
PIG EARS lb. 19c


DOTHAN STYLE
SAUSAGE lb. 29c

SKINLESS
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Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rich Honored

With Golden Wedding Reception

Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Elijah Rich The reception was held in the
were honored with a Golden Anni- home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shef-
versary -reception, March 18, be- field .on Woodward. Avenue.
tween the hours of 1:00 and 5:00- Masses of yellow and golden hued
p.m. by their children, Ernest Rich, gladioli, roses, pom poms, chrysan-
Clyde Rich, Earl Rich, Lucille Rich themums, calla lilies, iris and tulips
Sheffield, Esaie G. Rich Henderson. lighted by yellow tapers were used
h roughout the rooms.
Highland View G. A.'s The guests were greeted at the
Hig an View G.A.s dor b Mrs. Ernest Rich. Mrs.
Meet At Church Rich' chose for the occasion, a
navy blue crepe over satin. The
The Intermediate Girl's Auxiliary street length gown was adorned
of the Highland View Baptist with a midnight blue chantilly 'lace
Church met Monday .at the church yoke and the pointed sleeves were'
with eight menibers and, their of the same lace over crepe. She
sponsor, Mrs. E. R. DuBose pres- wore a pair of pearl earrings. Her
eat. Sandra Adams, president, pre- corsage was of yellow carnations
sided over the meeting and opened tied with yellow ribbons.
with reading Jonah 1:5.
with reading Jonah 1:5. Mr. and Mrs. Rich moved to Port
The G. A. allegiance and watch-
word and GA hymn was followed S Joe 16 years ago from Iron City,
with a prayerGa., where Mr. Ricl was engaged
S. in farming. He was employed by
Dauhrice Keel, program chair- the'St. Joe Paper Company for sev-
man, gave the theme of the pro- e al years before retiring nine
gram, "Is This Your Life?" Those years ago. Both Mr. and Mrs. Rich
assistig .with parts were Linda are members of Enterprise Free
,Thomnas, June Coker ,Gail Roberts Will Baptist Church near Iron
'and Marlyn Keel. ity.
The community project of mak- The Golden Anniversary table
; ing scrapbook fo rthe Municipal was overlaid in antique gold lace
Hospital was planned and started. over yellow linen centered with a
The meeting closed 'with sentence ix tiered golden trosted cake
prayers. adorned with masses of yellow 'ic-
'- .. bing rosebuds.
Easter'.ervices Planoed Yellow single stemmed roses in
At Methodist Church crystal centered the 'buffet flanked
1 by yellow burning tapers in three
On this coming Sunday, April 1, branched candleabrum. Calla lilies
the pastor of the First Methodist and crystal appointments adorned
Church will bring an Easter Ines- the table holding the guest registry.
sage at the morning service at 11:00 Presiding over the coffee service
Sa.m. At the evening service at 7:30 was Mrs. Jack Sheffield. Servihg
p.m. Holy Communion will' be ob-' the punch and cake was Mrs. Bill
served. The public is given a cor-. Rich and cutting the cake was Mrs.
dial invitation to worship with us.- Jolhn Rich. Mrs. L. Z. Henderson
The choir of, the First Metho- and Mrs. Earl Rich were in charge
diet Church will present a beauti- of the gifts.
ful Easter Cantata, "The Glory of Presiding over the registry was
Earter", on, this Friday evening, Mrs. Carolyn Rich Schultz and Mrs.
March 30., at 8:00 p.m. This Will be E. J. Rich.
an inspiring program and the pub- Priorto the reception, Mr. and
lie is invited to attend. Mrs. Jack Sheffield entertained
with a luncheon for 42 members
Mrs. White Hostess To of the immediate family. They
Presbyterian Beach Circle were assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Er-
n--- est Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rich,
'Mrs. Dot White was hostess to M and Mrs. L. Z. Henderson.
members of the Beach Circle, Mon- Out of town guests were Mr.
-day night in her home on the and Mrs. J. F. Marchant, and Ar-
beach. ward Boone of Sneads, J. L. Peters
And -T--M. AA--M--.
'insservce as clledto rderO.. n ~ d TaLjyrs. ~a ln n


Send The Star To A Friend


Mercer-Bergman ,

Nuptials Announced

Miss Carole L. Mercer, daughter
:of Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Mercer, of
'Williston and Orvin Bergman, US-
AF. of Cogswell, N. D., were united
in marriage at the First Methodist
Church of Williston at 5:30 in the
afternoon on March 8. The Rev.
William G. Cofield, pastor, perform-
ed the double-ring' ceremony.
VMiss Betty Jean Mercer, sister
of ith bride, wearing green taffe-
Sta :.rd a corsage of pink carnations,
lighted the candles.
The bride," given in marriage by
her father, wore a street length
;')own of white nailhead taffeta with
insets of chantilly lace in the skirt.
The bodice was of lace with seed
pearls at the sweetheart'neqkline.
IHe r-..i'l,,, I !-. h tulle veil was
fastened to a Joliet cap with real-
orange blossoms and a bouquet of
white carnations adorned her white
Bible,
"iss Sandra Mercer, gowned in
yellow iris, was her sister's maid
of honor. Robert Bullard served as
best man.
A reception followed immediately
at the home of the bride's parents.
Later the couple left for a honey-
moon in South Florida after Which
they will visit with Mr. Bergman's
sisters and brother in Elk River,
Bedker and Milaca, Minn., before'
arriving at Snelling Air Force Sta-
tion in Minneapolis, where he
bridegroom Is stationed.

Success with incones
Angry owners of a particular conr,
triercial refrigerator blamed thi
manufacturer for failure of.the units
and subsequent food spoilage. A hur-
ried investigation revealed failure
of the diaphragm In the temperature
control. The diaphragm material,
weakened by constant compressor
pulsations, stiffened and failed un-
.der temperature changes. The prob-
fem. was resolved by substituting
Inconel, a nickel-chromium-Iron alt
'%Y, strip for the diaphragm.


everr


POLITICAL

ANNOUNCEMENTS


FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
I hereby announce my candidacy
fori the office'of County Judge of
Gulf County subject to the Demo-
cratic primary of May 8, 1956.
If elected to this higl office I
promise:
a. To maintain the office in a
courteous, capable and efficient
manner.
b. To employ a capable and cour-
teous assistant to give better ser-
vice to all the .people of Gulf
County.
c. To be available at all hours for
those unable to transact the busi-
uess of the office during regular
hears.
d. I will NOT resign during my
crnii -of office in favor of any per-
son.
Your VOTE and SUPPORT will
be greatly appreciated. '
SAM P. HUSBAND
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
I announce that I.am a candidate
for re-election to the office of
Clerk of Circuit Court tor Gulf
County. I sincerely appreciate your
continued support in my behalf. As
your. Clerk, I onligate myself- to
fullfil, with efficiency and dignity,
every responsibility of the Clerk's
office.
GEORGE Y. CORE
FOR SHERIFF
I herewith announce that I will
seek another term ,as the sheriff
of your county. My record, aa sher-
iff for more than 19 years, will
show that I have alwa-ys condu7'-t
so the-. office in a busin'issalike
mranner
i- nas been my pleasure to serve
the good people of my coamty and
I have always'had the cooperation
ot the people-of the county. With-
out the cooperation, we could not
have had the success we have had
in law enforcement. For this
I will be ever thankful, being
mindful that I am a servant .of
the people. If reelected, I promise
to give you the same courteous
service that you have had in the
past.
On this record .1 ask you to re-
turn mef to this important office.
BYRD E. PARKER


FOR COUNTY COMMISSION
I hereby announce myself again
for County Commissioner in Dis-
tri-t 1. I trust in the people as a
whole. I know I can make you a
good commissioner. Will be hon-
est and fair fvith everyone.
Your help, support and vote will
be appreciated.
HENRY BOZEMAN
FOR COUNTY COMMISSION
Peter G. Strange makes his an-
nouncement that he is a candidate
fcr County Commissioner, District
3, to the people and friends of Gulf
County. If elected to this impor-
tant office, I will work for the
best interest and welfare for the
people arid Gulf County. 1 am well
qualified to serve you. I was your
County Commissioner from Jan. 1,
1949 to Jan. 1, 1',5' [ hope to have
,his privilege again as "your ser-
vant in this office. I will work un-
tiringly if elected 'to this office for
the best interest and the develop-
ment of Gulf County.
I will endeavor to co tiduct myself
in this office, 'if elected, in a way
the people will be proud of, with
courtesy and efficiency. Your vote
and support will be greatly apprec-
iated.
A friend,
PETER G. STRANGE
Vote For and Elect ..
A. J. STRICKLAND
To The Office oe
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District 1 Gulf County
Your Vote and Support Will Be
Appreciated,
HARLAND PRIDGEON
Candidate for the Office of
-"Tax Collector, Gulf County
I am very grateful to the vo-
ters of Gull County for giving me
the opportunity of serving them
as their Tax Collector for the past
three years.
I will deeply appreciate your
-onsideration when you castyour
ballot on May 8 for Tax Collector.
I promise, if elected, to serve you
to the best of my ability.
HARLAND. PRIDGEON.
S.---------
J. E. PRIDGEON
For County Judge
. I am seeking re-election -to ano-
ther term as your County Judge.
I feel that my past record has been
a good one and promise to make
yo- a good judge during the com-
ing term if re-elected.'
Your vote and support will be
sincerely appreciated.


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CHEVROLET DEALER'S.


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CHEVROLET CO-

Phone 7-2221


FOR COUNTY COMMISSION
I hereby announce that I will
soak another term as County Com-
missioner from District five.
My record as a County Commile-
sioner for. over three years will
show that I have conducted my of-
fice in a high and efficient man-
ner, with the interest of the peo-
ple always first,
Being always mindful that I am
a servant of the people, I have
made every effort to serve the
people well. If re-elected, I promise
to continue this endeavor.
It, has been a pleasure serving
the people and with that thought
in mind I am requesting your con-
tinued support and friendship.
GEORGE W. COOiPER

COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I am announcing for County Com-
missioner for District Number One
of Gulf County. I have been living
here for many years and the ma-
jority of the people know me. I
will do my best for the county in-
terest. I helped to create the
County and carried a load of peo-
ple up to Tallahhssee to vote. I
have also given several roads to
the county.
I will certainly appreciate your
vote and support..
Respectfully,
J. M. Cleckley.

Vote For and" Support
T. 0. (Tater) POITEVINT
ror
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Gulf County-District 5
Representation On A .County-
Wide Basei

Vote For and Elect
W. C. ROCHE
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District One- Gulf County
"With Proven Ability To Build"
-Your Vote and Support Will Be
Appreciated

Hot Weather In History
How weather has affected history
through, the centuries is told in
scores of major events, including
the storm at sea that helped to
destroy the Spanish Armada and
save l6th-csntury England; the rala
that hastened the defeat of Napo-
lean at Waterloo, and the famed
snows of Russia in which the legions
of both Napoleon and Iitler were
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The service was called to order and r. ua Mlrs. 1Edd Hland and n.es care juo owu uoi b u 'eiinings t
by the chairman of the circle, Mrs. daughter Edwina, Mr. and Mrs. driving more satisfying-and safer
:Kaye Gibson with the members Clhrence Waddell of Iron City, Ga. Driven one yet? We'll be happy to
reading Psalms 46 together. Mr. and Mrs. Eager Ard, Brinson,
Mrs. Sally Ivey, secretary, read Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Eustace Rich and
the minutes of the last an first Mrs. Thornhill, Mrs. Ben Rich, Mrs. -More People Drive Chevrolets Than Any Other C
"meeting, which was held Feb. 27. Lorena Kendrick, Mrs. Carolyn Chevrolet Than Any Other C
The lesson for, the month was Rich Schultz of Bainbridge, Ga., Air conditioning-temperatures made to order-at new low cost. L
the study of Jacob and his family Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rich and chil-
which was discussed by all mem- dreu, Janis, Bettie, Joan, Erlene 123 GLAMOROUS PRIZES IN THE "SEE THE U.S.A. IN YOUR ,CHEVROLET" CONTEST. ENTER NOW-AT YOUR
bers. The meeting was closed with and Pee Wee of Marianna.
sentence prayers. -------- ----
Those present were Mrs. Anne Brown's Return Home
Chewnlng, Mrs. Kathryn Newcomb, Mr. lnd Mrs. Herbert Brown re-
Mrs. Anne Hart, Mrs. Sally Ivey, turned Sunday from Istachatta, |B A Y Jg
.Mrs. -Do" White and Mrs. Kaye Fla., where they were the guests I M l 9
Gibsen. of Mr. Brown's mother.
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most popular. car going. It's the looks and
quality-the ride and roadability-the cham-
pionship power and performance.

Sure Chevrolet's low price is important. It saves you
plenty, when you consider what most other cars cost.

But even more important to you are the qualities you
get in a new Chevrolet. Like its record-breaking per-
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iXPERT SPEAKS, BEAUTIES LISTEN-Bert Parks, star of radio and television, tells Aquabelles aw
sunshine Springs and Gardens in Sarasota how they can help in putting on the Miss Florida Pageant
it Sunshine Springs on July 20, 21 and 22. Parks is an expert on beauty contests because he has
teen master of ceremonies at the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City for several years, About
;0 girls, representing various Florida cities, are expected to enter the Miss Florida Pageant at
sunshine Springs and the winner will compete for national honors at the Miss America Pageant in
september.


NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
(Cofntinued From Page 5)
ing in Tyndall Field visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burrows.
Miss Helen Norris spent Sunday
morning in Tyndall Field visiting
with Mrs. Howard Linebargar.
Honored With Party
Mrs. Woodrow Shoots honored
her daughter, Gloria, on her ninth
birthday with a birthday party Sat-
urday at her home on Madison St.
Several games were played then
,refreshments of- cake, drinks and
candy were served to the follow
ing guests: Connie Jackson, Shar-
on Wilson, Jan and Karen Strip.
iing Robert Williams, Johnnie and
Jimmy Rogers, une Ivey, Wilbur
Buti's, Sarah Norris, Brenda Pitts,
Linda and erry Hill. Mary Lou Wal-
ker, Mary Riley, Donnie Duren,
Linda Cox, Geraldine Campbell,
Jenny iLveins, Debbie and Ronnie
Bowdoin, Pat Duren and the honor-
ee, Gloria Jean Shoots.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Linebar-
gar of Tyndall Field Air Force Base
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Dykes, Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Norris and SSgt. and Mrs. Ivis
Pinter, Monday.
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One of the natural characteristics
of cranberry jelly and other tart
fruit jelly is to "weep" after the
mold is cut. To prevent this, place
cranberry jelly in smaller molds
so that all of it will be used up at
one meal. Then none will be left
to stand and "weep."


POLITICAL

ANNOUNCEMENTS-
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I wish to announce that I am a
candidate for County Commissimo-
er from District No. 1, subject to
the May S Democratic Primary.
I nave been a resident of Gulf
County for twenty years, and dur-
ing tl at time I have done my level
best at whatever I have unaer-
taken.
If it your wish that I be a memn
ber of the County Commission,




S Often


f Relro-To

P'l AsA n,'s

"Mr.Dem crat"
Whose life-long experience in pol-
itics has proven his loyalty to the
Democratic party and his ability
in campaign strategy. With hum-
ble gratitude to the party which
has so favored him in the past
Jerry again offers to serve as Na-
tional Democratic Committeeman
and solicits your vote in the com-
ing Democratic primary.


please let me have your- supporLi BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
'i .ret irLn, I promise you I will da- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Whis,
ote my every effort to the probe ler of White City announce the
'ems of the county's business in 1 birth of a daughter Margo Elaine
tue same manner as you would it Whisler on March 21 in the Muni-
you yourself, were a member of cipal Hospital. Weight 6 lbs., 8 oss.
the Board. .
CLYDE F. BROGDON Send The Star To A Friend
(Paid Political Adv.) Advertising doesn't cost-it pays'


COME IN At


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DRIVE IT...PRICE IT...OWN IT?

SEE YOUR NEAREST
OLDS!-MOB1 L.E


DEALER


HUTCHINS-THURSBAY CHEV. CO., Inc.


SoECIAL orNEAgENT



Fowhand's Now Under New Management


New Ideas, New Furniture, Best in Style, Comfort and Colors at the
Lowest Prices in This Area. Also the New Warmth and Friendliness
You Will Receive at FOWHAND'S From JOE CHRISTIAN and His Staff
of Efficient and Courteous Salesmen Your Furniture Problems
are Theirs. Thy are Anxious and Stand Ready to Serve You At All
Times. Come In Today Look Around and Meet Joe He Will
Be Glad To Meet You.


JOE CHRISTIAN
Mr. Christian has been con-
nected with the Fowhand Fur-
niture Company in Panama City.
He has a number of years ex-
perience in the furniture busi-
ness to equip him with the know
how to meet your furniture
needs.


THIS COUPON
And Only $2.95
Is good for the purchase
of this flash camera or
electric clock.
Reg. Value $7.95 each


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*.--'ll...L BEDROOM SUITE includes bed, dresser, mirror, roomy chest of drawers. In beau-
tiful maple finish, spacious drawers. Solid wood, good construction throughout.
NOW ONLY $64.95


Reg. $79.50


$5.00 DOWN, $1.50 WEEKLY


2-PC. SOFA BED SUITE, includes full size sofa bed, and large, comfortable platform rocker,
covered in durable saran plastic, the wonder fabric. Will not tear, rip, or wear. Easily cleaned
Choice of colors. NOW ONLY $ 9. 95
B': !

TABLES Only $11.95 each


Reg. Price $119.50
LAMPS, Only $5.95


$7.00 DOWN


SEver Offered In This Area
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I Bargains In Used Furniture

EVERYTHING MUST GO!




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328 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7181
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


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on th-e homestead or write Box 471
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house. Call Port St. Joe for full information.6t
7-3171. Unfurnished. tfltp2-23
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom house In
FOR RENT: 3 furnished apart- good neighborhood. Near gram-
ments. 228 8th. St. 2tc mar school. In good condition. To
sell for nly $7.500. About $1.100
FOR RENT: 3-room unfurnished sell for ly 00. About 1.100
apartment. Corner long and 3rd. dowv, plus closing cON.
SFRe E. J. Rich. tc ANK HANNON
Se e E. J. Rich. tfe Registered Real Estate Broker
FOR RENT: Four room furnished Phone 7-3491 211 Reid Ave.
apartment. Mrs. C. A. McGowin, Port S. Joe, Fa.
Phone 7-4221. Port St. Joe, Fla.


The prescription you buy 'odar .znt'.
seem expensive, even thorr -9.
eral hundred years ago ever, 5
ransom couldn't havt boutgr -
because it didn't er's'. u? .<' e
you consider how mu'-t M w-P w.
many dars, %eks .noritug. C-e"
years "tak tat ganier" lugi .I
off of illnes time ,. !tien a mo t n.
prescription becone- a temfic b-.i
gain! Next time your doclo: pe-
scribes such a La ga!n, bring tM.
us for 3ricu'aic corl ~ownding, quick
courtc,> service.
YOUR D PHARMACIST-

Buzzett's Drug Store
PHONE 7-41371


CLASSIFIED ADS


MAN WANTED: for J. R. Watkins
dealer. See or write W. L. Bur-
kett, dealer. Box 482. Port St. Joe.
HELP WANTED: Man, ambitious,
reliable, furniture selling and col-
lection. Attractive proposition. Ap-
ply in person at Fowhand Furniture
Co.
WANTED: 'xperienced alteration
lady. Creech Brothers Laundry,
HELP WANTED: Mechanically
minded man or woman to work
as clerk. See C. W. Long at Wes-
tern Auto Associate Store. Ltc
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. For
inloirmation, Call BAll 7-7856.
PERSONAL
Alcoholism, recognized by the
American Medical Association as a
disease is no respecter of persons,
nor is it essentially a moral ques-
tion. A group of the now world-wide
fellowship of Alcoholics Anony-
mous is being formed in Port St.
Joo. Contact should be made by
a'Dessng n__. "x0'& ,_or -t


d. addressing P. U. Box 786, Port St.
.FOR RENT: 1 and 2 bedroom hou- Joe.
ses. Inside plumbing. At Highland
View. Phone 7-2682. FOR SALE: Lots, 50' X 150' Located
five miles South of Port St. Joe.
cOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished Just off U. S. 98 on the Jonesville
house at Beacon Hill. See Silas subdivision. First five lots $200
R. Stone. each. Terms offered. See Roy E. Cox


CLOTHING


SHOP FOR MEN


SPECIAL SERVICES
FOR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
Phone 7-7846. Outboard motors re&
paired, also.
PIANO TUNING and repairs. Cadl
7-4691. Charles A. Scurlock, 509
.19th Street.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS.
WESTERN AUTO
Reel Parts and Repairs

A REAL BARGAIN in a good used
piano. STOP and SWAP SHOP.
Your credit is good.
FRADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
iWAP.
BICYCLES, LAWN MOWERS and
OUTBOARD MOTORS repaired,
Jake Gavin. 7th St., Righland View.
Phone 7-2681. tfec
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAll 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-


SPORTSWEAR


DON'T BE WRONG We now have on record the sizes of over 800 men in
Pert St. Joe. Why guess at his size when we can give
LET US HELP it to you accurately? If he has not yet registered have
YOU BE RIGHT nim to do so and take advantage of this free service
only at STONES'.

NATIONALLY ADVERTISED NATIONALLY -ADVERTISED NATIONALLY ADVERTISED

EASTER


.... SLA CKS

'/ / McGregor Higgins
Lanier

e $5.95 to $15.95
e | See our large selection of fam-
ous name slacks. Take your
choice of many summer fabrics
-and styles and patterns. For
I slacks that are easy to keep / r
clean, comfortable to wear, neat
in appearance, attractive in col-
or, and high quality in tailoring
F J and fabrics, you can't go wrong
at Stones'. Try a Dacron and
tropical worsted Wool, Dacron
and Rayon or Dacron and Cot-
ton blend for that extra summer
coolness and wrinkle free slacks
that retain their crease even in
damp and rainy weather. You
will love them.

Arrow "DART"' .

With the famous non-wilt collar .
Fashion's new look, a neat look
. impeccably correct in Ar-/
row "Dart".
The medium-point cord edge
stitched collar stays fresh thru-
out busy days th-. hand-
some french front is easy to FOR EASTER
iron.
And "Dart" is Mitoga-tailored SUITS andI
for neat body-tapered fit of "San-
forized" white broadcloth. SPORT COATS
Look your smartest in "Dart" on Y C B
Easter and the following days. You Ca't Beat STONES' for
/ou Can't Beat CLOTHCRAFT
For Fine Tailoring
ALSO .. Tailors for men since 1941
* Arrow "Par" spread collar
French cuffs .-...-... $3.95
* Arrow "Arden" Short spread NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
collar, barrel cuffs ..-- $3.95
* Arrow "Sussex" spread colar ',- '
french cuffs, Green, Blue and
yellow $5.00o

NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
Arrow Initial .:."
HANDKERCHIEFS A WEMBLEY TIES
HAN DKERC. IEFS A wonderful selection of many
patterns and styles and colors.
65c As Advertised in Post Beautiful french imports, Uni-
versity Repps, Nor-East Embrol,
In Vacation Lands deries, and that teriffic Dacron
For That 'Final Touch It's FREEMAN 100 which never needs cleaning
SH 0 ES because it's 100% Dacron and
.. 100% washable. We have the tie
to go with that new Easter out-
Sun-sational! New limber-lighter fit whether you desire knits,
leisure leathers Freeman squares, solids, fancies, neats,
fashioned into footwear with stripes, or 'all over patterns..See
codress-up looks and sportshirt our selection of bow ties [n ever
comfort. so many colors and patterns.
Seeing is believing. Come in-
$ 5 to $O139 see and believe.
$9.95 to $13.5 $1.00 to $250


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JOSEPH I.

'Joe' MATHIS


Father of Local Man


FRIGERATION SERVICE. Bi- .
ensed electrical contractor. All Billy raam
kinds electric and refrigeration (Continued From Page 1)
service and installation. Phone 5,000,000 persons have seen the
.-3032. t 5c
film in its first two years of show-
F Y E INTERESTED in sav- wings, and the Graham organization
vou In your home. STOP and reported that over 135,000 persons
in mSHoney sP.ee u for anything made "decisions for Christ" thru
g money see us the ministry of the picture .during
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116, the first twelve months of
Wp SAMERR GP Me6 the first twelve months of saow-
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet.
Ing first and. third Monday nights mgs.
800 p.m., American Legion Home. "Oiltown, U. S. A." was filmed
MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.- during Graham's crusade in Hous-
Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular ton, Texas, and features the young
meetings 2nd and 4th Fridays of evangelist and his Team in their
each month, 8:00 p.m. Members meetings in Rice Stadium where
irged to attend; visitUig brothers the attendance was as high as 60,-
welcome. J. B. Griffith W. M.; F. 000 for a single service
W. Chandler, secretary. 00 for a single service.
Featured in the 94 minute, full
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. O. color film, are Colleen Townsend
0. F,-Meets first and third Thurs.
days, 7:30 p.m. In Masonic Hall. All Evans, Paul Power, Robert Clarke,
members urged to attend; visiting Georgia Lee, Ralph Hoopes, and
brethren Invited. G. F. Lawrence, the stars of "Mr. Texas'", Redd
N. G. C. W. Long, V. G. Harper and Cindy Walker.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of The doors to the. Elementary
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. School Auditorium at Highland
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- View will be opened at 7:15 p.m.,
ing companions welcome. F. 0. with the picture beginning at 8:00
Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge, p.m. All seats are on a "first-come"
secretary. basis, with no admission charge.
LOYAL ORDER --------
OF MOOSE Parent Teacher Meeting
Meetings at Moose O ar TeaC er Meeh
Hall, 310 Fourth SL (Continued From Page 1) -
Meeting night ev- members each Saturday night. She
also stated that $142 was in a spec-
Iial fund for the center. She an-
G. S. Jack' Croxton bounced that the Stac House would
i move to the Parish-'House of St.
Candidate For I James' Episcopal Church on April
County Commissioner 7
DISTRICT 3 A nominating committee was ap-
If elected I will work for ad- pointed by the president. Those
vancement arid progress In Gulf serving on this committee will be
County at all tames. Your vote Miss Margaret Key, Mrs. John Rob-
and support will be greatly ap- ert Smith and Mrs. William T.
preciated. Mosely, Jr. Following the meeting
(Paid Political Adv.) refreshments were served by mem-
bR)rs of the Tri-Hi-Y Club. .

ELECT Lasnt Rites Held For


226 REID AVENUE


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


AVAILABLE CUT FLOWERS.. .
WHITE, PINK, YELLOW, RED GIANT CARNATIONS.-
GIANT WHITE CHRYSANTHEMUMS
GIANT YELLOW CHRYSANTHEMUMS
WHITE POMPOM MUMS
YELLOW POMPOM MUMS
LAVENDER POMPOM MUMS
LARGE EASTER LILY STALKS
YELLOW and BLUE IRIS
WHITE, PINK, YELLOW GLADIOLI

AVAILABLE POT FLOWERS. ..
LARGE WHITE EASTER LILIES
LARGE PINK and BLUE HYDRANGEAS
RED and PURPLE GLOXINIAS
YELLOW, WHITE, PINK, BRONZE and
DEEP RED MUMS

WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS ANYWHERE

PHONES: Day, BAll 7-9181 Nite, 7-7411t
"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS"


LasEt rites were conducted at .,SU
Maddox Funeral Home Chapel Fri-
day afternoon in Marianna for Mrs. Willie Mae Treadwell of
John Walter Prim, 69, native of iGra,ceville. Also six brothers, Rob-


SENATOR Marianna, who died in a local hospi-
lSENATORI tal on March 22 after a continued
Silness. Interment wasw made in.
ST IATE Graceville cemetery and officiat-
in* was the Rev. Norman McLeod,
25th Senatorial District 'of the First Methodist Church of
Marianna and the Rev. Carlisle
BAY WASHINGTON Miller of Panama City's First
CALHOUN and GULF Methodist Church.
COUNTIES Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Myrtle ,Prim of Marianna; three
Lawyer and Businessman sons, John Walter, Jr., of the Can-'
Honest-Able-Experienced :al Zone; Herbert, Sea Island, Ga.,
(Paid Pol. Adv.) and Harold of Port St. Joe; and
Stwo sisters, Mrs. Flora Bag.gett and


lead a merry flife

ti painters' colors!




NEW

SACONY

SEPARATES


ert and Arch of West Columbia,
Texas; Charles of Bonifay, Albert
of Pensacola, Ernest of Graceville
and Alto of Black, Ala.
---
Great Crowds Reported
Great crowds have been attend-
ing the Sunday night revival ser-
vices which have been in progress
for the last two months at the
Highland View Methodist Church.
On Sunday, February 26, a record
attendance was recorded which
topped all previous records witll
77 people in attendance. Again,


Sunday, March 25, 120 worshippers
were present to hear Hubert Rich-
ards, principal of Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School, speak and special
music was provided 'by the Lovett
family. This again was the record-
breaker for any regular worship
service in the history of the church. -
Features of the Sunday night re-
vival and church attendance cru-
side have been the fill-a-pew plan,
chorus of t.he month, special' speak-
ers, special music, favorite hymn
it'ne, and old-fashioned preaching.

It pays to advertise try it!
This on your printing Is a sign of quality.
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Gulf Sands restaurant

WILL START SERVING


Sunday Dinner

ON EASTER SUNDAY

BAKED HAM with Pineapple
CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS
CHOICE of 3 VEGETABLES
'SALAD DESSERT -- DRINK





HALF ORDERS FOR CHIL '- .1 '-5c


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seen in McCALLS'


Learn the fine art of fun-dressing from Sacony! (An old mas-
ter.) Look at the news! Bold. Matisse-colors: peacock blue, gold,
red, green, sailor blue. Long, lean pedal-pushers in Ducklyn, a
new-idea in cotton. Lightweight. Washable. Linen-like. Designed
for coolness. The breezy topping--stark-white broadcloth bright-
ened with colorful ribbed-kiitting. Come see now! "It's
a wonderful buy!" Sizes 8-18. Shirt: 3.95. Pedal-pushers: 5.95.


AIICTILI ATrUICA ? AAADAMIV


"TUg T ilF I lU m- VII Hi I
ESQUIRE SOCKS, "The Smartes t Thing On Two Feet" $1.00 PHONE 7-9171 410 REID AVE.


Susie B. Chason's
PLANT NURSERY
BE PLANTING!
Be Seeing Me For
Your Needs.
BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS
Not Weeds.


ar T Ihanks-



With deep gratitude, I want to say
thanks to you all of Gulf County for
allowing me to serve you in the of-
fice of Supervisor of Registration for
another term.
I promise you I shall continue in my
endeavor to give you faithful, con-
cientious, and courteous service.
Sincerely,



Mrs.C. Rish


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