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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: May 31, 1956
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE -I( STAR
Published In Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con-
tinued Development of
Gulf County


Pnrt St Ine -The Outla t Port for the ApoIachkia-Ghuttahoochee Valley"


VOLUME XIX $3.00 Per Year ,ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1956 SIngle Copy So NUMBER 40


OFFICIAL ELECTION RETURNS


STATE SENATOR
Bart Knight
fosoph I. (Joe) Mathis


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STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Cecil G. CostinT, Jr. 175 147 45 20 245 82 78 327 317 152 1588
Silas R. Stone 229-233-89 16 171 58 89 1173 97 11- 1460

COUNTY COMMISSIONER-DISTRICT 1
Weldon .C. Roclie. 142 127 37 17 181 66 108 320 348 149 1495
A. j. Strickland 256 253 44 21 229 69 56 111 358 108 1505

COUNTY COMMtSSIONER-DISTRICT 3
G. S. (Jack) Croxton 179 134 39 4 124 112 67 309 476 150 1594
ParkerG. HIart 202 202 38-34 277 26 93 83 219 93 1267

Adlli Stevenson 190 177 51 15 180 60 80 388 323 98 1562
Estes Kefauver 90 67-15-13 97 40 54 68 245 71 760


These returns are official from the County Registrar's office.
ed by THE STAR last night.


They were obtain-


Dro t-Causes Water Shortage In City; Excess Use

Unprimes System Shutting Off Water Supply Tuesday


Long Avenue Church

Plans Bible School

Vacation Bible School will begin
at Long Avenue Baptist Church
at 30i on Monday morning, June
. '.ric-.. d Oin, pastor of the
Church and principal of the school
announces .-liat the school will be-
gin promptly at 8:30 and will dis-
miss ;t '11:0(0 a.m. Classes in Bible
s-taiy, inissiouns, character stories,
and hmidwork are being provide.l
for all children over two years of
;age. This year special interest is
I-rOng given 'o tlie Intermediate
DE,-pari' mnwt which will consist; of
boys and girls !3 through 17 years
('r ag '.
The solhool will continue for
eiglt days.. There will be no classes
on Salurday and .Sunday. The
school will close with a special de-
monitIraLtion for parents on Wed-
nesday night, June : 13in the churai
audiiorinai. At this. time there will
hi: a showing of all handwork.
Ali boys and girls are invi ed.
,quiplmel'it and materials are all
fueniisheld by thl.e lichurch. Refrehi
n eints will be served each day and.
a picnic will be given on the last
day of' the school.
A p.)rihd ot pnlrtparation and rog
istration will be held from 9:30 .til
10:30 this Saturday morning. Ali
pupils planning to attend the school
should come at this time, if possi-
ble, to register.
The faculty this year is as fol-
lows: Three Year Nursery Depart-
ment, Superintendent, Mrs. C. H.
McKniight, helpers, Mrs. R. H. Mar-
shall :itd r ls. ene Fowler. Begin-
ner D)epartmuient Superintendent,
Mrs. Lawrence Porter, helpers,
Mrs. Durel Brigman and Mrs. Frank
Barnes. Primary Department Super-
intendent. Mrs. Joe Alligood, help-
ers, Mrs. A. P. Jackson and Mrs..
B. G. Creech. Junior Department
Superintendent, Mrs. J. E. McLeod,
helpers. Mrs." W. P, Dockery, Mrs.
H. F. Barbee, and Mrs W. -J. Fer-
rell. Intermedia',e Siuperintendent,
Mrs. J. D. Clark, helpers, Mrs. J.
C. Traweek, Mrs. Jimmy McNeill
atid Mrs. J. 0. Lucas. Music direc-
tor, Mrs. M. L. Britt; pianist, Di-
ana McKnight; refreshments, Mrs.
George Cooper; assistants 'to prin-
cipal, Mrs. T. D. Hutchins and Mrs.
J. C. Odum.
The Nursery for babies up thru
two years of age will be under the
supervision of Mrs. Bert Hall. This
nursery is for the convenience of
motiir, who are on the faculty and
for older children who would nor-
mally Ihaxve to remain at home as
"baby-sitter" and not get to attend
Vacation Bible School.

Saud The Stai to a friend.


Along with the rest of this part of water by the residents of Port
of the nation, Port St. Joe is suffer- St. Joe had drained the city water
ing a Water shortage. storage tanks down to within 9,000
Although the shortage has been
noted for the past few weeks it gallons of being empty by six p.m.
didn't reach the alarming stage un- Old city water wells were turned
ir just five days ago when the use back on briefly to relieve the sit-
- nation and still the supply could
'* not meet the demand.
Kindergarten The water shortage became ap-
i r parent to everyone Tuesday eve-
Plans awn Party ning about 6:30 when users of city
water used over 300,000 gallons be-
tween 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. This
Mrs. Charles Brown and Mrs. heavy drain took all the supply in.
Walter Johnson will entertain the the tanks and all that could be
"graduates" of Happyland Kinder- pumped and as a result drained
garden with a garden party at the the tanks and caused the city sys-
tem to become unprimed. City wa-
homle of Mrsi Charles Brown, Thurs- ter department crews worked fran-
day, May 31 at 7:00 p.m. tically for about 20 minutes to get
The little girls in their frilly pas- the system primed and back Into
tel dresses with matching nosegays, operation.
and the boys' debonaire as always The shortage of water is not a
in their summer suits will march shortage of supply to .the city-it
to a medley of nursery tunes along is a shortage of rainfall in the city.
a winding path to an improvised The lack of rainfall causes more
stage, decorated with Southern smi- people to water their lawns and
lax and summer flower's. at a time of day when there is or-
The following program will be pre- dinarily a heavy drain on the wa-
sented by the class: ter system anyhow.
*Song, "I Thank Thee God". Water superintendent, W. D.
-The Lord's Prayer Dare asks that in order that Tues-
ISong, "Now I Fold My Hands To day's incident doesn't happen again.
Pray". that all those who wish to water
The 23rd Psalm their lawns do it before 3:00 in the
iSong; "Jesus Tender Shepherd afternoon and after 8:00 p.m. at
Lead Me". night. "If this is done", he said,
IScripture, John 3:16. "there will be plenty of water and
'Goodnight Song. we won't have to cut in the old sys-
The miniature certificates will tern to alleviate the situation"..
be presented by Rev. William Iver- Dare said that the critical stage
sonI, pastor of tihe Presbyterian will be over when we get a good
Church. stiff rain.
'Children participating will be __ -_
Mike Martin, Margaret (Fendley,
George Kennington, Beth Creech, Three Local Students' Will
Freddie Anderson, Dale Jackson, Graduate From FSU
Knapp Smith, Becky Hendrix, Jim
Fensom, Dottie Sutton, David Kieb- Three students from Port St. Joe
ler, Barbara Buzzett, Jim Godfrey, will receive degrees during Flori-
Carol Ann Byrd, Joe Hendrix. da State Universit's spring com-
Everyone is cordially invited to mencement exercises Monday, May
attend -these exercises. 28.
---There are Laure Allen Geddie.


- Visiting Wimberly's
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
Wimberly and Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Lancaster has been S-Sgt. and
Mrs. Harry W. Fineash, stationed
at Pepperrell Air Force Base, New-
foundland for the past three years
and, A 3-C Early F. Wimberly sta-
tioned at Wendover Air Force Base,
"Utah. Visiting for the week end
were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fiveash
and children, Sue and Pauline of
Marianna, Jerry an4 Carolyn Five-
ash of Dothan, Ala.

Guests of Millers
(Rev. and Mrs. Wade Janeway of
Perry were recent visitors of Rev.
and Mrs. Thomas Miller and fam-
ily. Rev. Janeway is minister in
charge of iSt. James' Episcopal
Church of Perry.


Bachelor of Science, education;
John Staton Barrier, B. S., philo-
sophy of religion; and Thomas
Randolp Miller, B. S., history.

Arriving From FSU
'Miss Patsy Wilder, student at,
Florida ,State University arrived


Saints Lose Two

Games This Week;

Play Wewa Sun.

APALACH 3, SAINTS 1
iSunday afternoon the Saints
w9ent down in defeat by a score of
3-1. The local nine couldn't muster
the hits at the proper time to score
the men on base.
Keith and Wagoner for Apalachi-
cola worked as a fine combination
keeping the Saints from getting
into a position to overtake the Oys-
terimen. Hlanma pitching for the
Saints had good control but not
enough to keep the big bats from
Apalachicola from backingg away
the victory.. ludson and Langley
did the catrlcing for Pore St, Joe.
There was a 12 pound ham given
away Sunday afternoon as a door
prize for the paying customers. This
ham wa-s awarded io "Red" Gunn.
The loca iIGA store and the St.
Joe Baseball Club made the giving
away of-tlie ham. possible wtihout
cost to the winner.
The Saints now have won two
gainmes and lost four in regular play.
The next guiiie will be with We-
wahitchka at ihtl Counly seat Sun-
da(y aflermnou 'it 4 p.m.
PANAMA CITY 11, SAINTS 5
Last T'l'b dt-aly night before a
good tiruouL of local 'fans. the
Sailits used three pitchers, two
first basemen, two catchers and
reshuffled the entire lineup in an
effort to stop the powerful team
from Panama City.
There were triples, doubles and
singles hit all over the park. The
game had a couple of accidents.


One player from Panama City was
hit in the head by a pitched ball
while up at bat. Howard Rogers
caught a hard thrown ball with his
nose while playing first base for
the local nine. Tommy Pridgeon
was almost hit in the face by a
pitched ball but protec:.d himself
with Iris bare hand. After being hit
on the hand he threw his bat and
Jeff Player, .lie umpire, got in the
way and was knocked down.
After the dust had settled down
Panama City had won the game
11-5. The game was well attended
and the Saints hope all the fans en-
joyed themselves.


Couple Honored

By R. H. McIntosh

Mr. and, Mrs. Richard McIn osh.
entertained with buffet supper,
Friday iight in their home on Con-
stitution Drive. Honor guests
were Miss Amelia Gibson and
George Tapper, who will exchange
nuptial vows on June 9.
Attractive arrangements of car
nations, asers, gladiolus and gar-
denias were used throughout the
rooms.
Invited guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Saunders, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Bissett, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Lamar Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Coldewey, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fea-
som, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Camp-
bell, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Barke, Mr.
and Mrs. Percy Fleishel, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr., Mr. and Mrs
Robert Tapper, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dowd,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sharit, Mrs. Mon-
ica Ward, Billy Tapper, Mr. and
Mrs. B. W. Eells, Sr., Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Ashliley,- Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Hendrix, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hen-
drix, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Andero"a,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert King Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Wimberly. Judge and
Mrs. E. Clay Lewis of Panama Ci-y,


the latter part of the week to be Bob Brent of Tallahassee, Mr. and
with her family during the sum- Mrs. Edwin Lapeyrouse, Mar?-
mer months. She was selected as Fleishel of Jacksonville .and Miss
a member of the .Sophomore Coun- Margaret Evans,
cil of Florida State in a recent elec------
tion. Returns To Texas
__- Mrs, L. F. McNair has returned
Called To Ohio to her home in Dallas, Texas after
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fite were spending her vacation here with
called to :Sardina, Ohio Saturday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
because of the serious illness of Ferrell. She also visited her bro-
MIr. Fite's mother, MIs. Martha other W. W. Ferrell and family in
Fite. Word was received Monday Jacksonville while here.
that Mrs. Fite had passed away !
early Monday. I Send The Star To A Friend


Croxton Take




ssion Seat


Bart Knight Defeats Joe Mathis;

Stevenson Carries Gulf

". ,- ". ". "I Cecil G. Costin, Jr., won another:.
A 1b:.t. term in the House of Representa-


;ECIL G. COSTiN, Jr.



ter Wilder Is

Rost Valuable

Player In State

The Tallahassee Democrat
Florida Sports Writers As-
on this Week named Walter
as the state's most out-
g Class B high school schol-
ete. Walter is the son of


ba Butts, Peggy 'Buzier, Nell Can- Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wilder of Oak
nington, Mary Clifton, Ranza Cox, Grove.
Mary A. Culpepper, Patsy Daniell, Wilder, as a junior a -year ago,
Louise Daughtry, Dick Dawson, was voted the outstanding boy in
Oliver Harper, Patsy Herring, Jim- the school. This year he was resi-
my Howell, Grover Holland, Mary dent of the Student Council, an
Gladys Ingram, Billy Johnson, Bil- honor graduate with a B-plus aver-
ly Jordan, Gypsie Love, Robert Ned- age to show for four years.
ley, Jimmy Marlow, Kal-hryn Mar- As a football quarterback, he
shall, Barbara Porter, Owen Pres- made all-conference, all-Big Bend
nell, Gene Raffield, Dot Sealey, arid was honorable mention all-
Charles Smith, W. L. Smith, Bobby. state. He captained the basketball
Stebel, John :Stephens, Barbara team, earned all-conference and
Sykes, Fred Wages, Walter Wilder, all-Big Bend Class B honors.
Joy Willianison and Rachael Wim- An outfielder-pitcher in baseball
berly. Wilder has a four-year average of
,Sponsors for the senior class are about .465, is currently hitting
Mrs. Margare. Biggs and Miss Alice over .600 in the semi-pro Gulf Coast
Andrew? League.
--- Wilder stands 5 feet 9 inches,
weighs 18. Hle plans to attend Se-


Ben Dickens Admitted To
Bar; To Practice Here


Iwance University.
"Besides, all ihis," said Coach
Av~r.,.,ioCraiz "lie teaches Sunday,


Graduation Set

Tomorrow Night

At High, School'

Graduation services ol the Senior
Class of the Port St. Joe High .
School will be held tomorrow night,
June 1 at 8S p.m. ort the lawn at
the high school.
Taking part on the program will
be Bert Munn, Rachael Wimberly,
John Stephens, Mary Gladys In-
gram, Mary Agnes Culpepper, Kath-
ryn Marshall, Martha Costin, tOli-
,Ver Harper, Robert Nedley. and
Gene Raffield. C
M. P. Tomlinson will present the
Rotary Trophy; E. Money and AMrs.
Madeline Whitaker will present
the American Legion Trophies and
,hlhe awarding of the diplomas will
be handled by Tlhouais A. Owwens,
:Il-i m;Ifr|Jd-ItI B. B. Scisson will' c
present the awards. and LeRoy
Bowdoin, principal will present the
class. a
Music for the occasion will be II
furnished by the Porm: St. Joe High
School Band under the direction of m M
Herman Dean, band "'director.
Platform guests will be Thomas
A. Owens, LeRoy Bowdoin, B. B.
Scisson and Herman D)eam.
-Graduating seniors are Bert From
Munn, president; Jackie Davis, The
vice-president; Sonjia Blount, re- sociatio
cording secretary; Martha Costin, ilder
corresponding secretary; Cora Sue
Smith, treasurer; Vince I.,..,ii it. standing
Grant Adams. Gall Bateman, Mel- ar-athle


.- ......... .... -- ----- County now has $1,099.3U, receipts
Ben H. Dickens was admitted to school. turned in to headquarters in Tam-
the Florida Bar in a ceremony be- "And he never missed a practice pa with more yet to hear from. This
fore the full Florida Supreme or a game for us in four years." puts the county in the Quota Toppa
Court in Tallahassee, May 28 at ---Club. Gulf County's quota was
12:00 noon. $600
Dickens, a native' of Port St. Highland View PTA In t00.00. National report
Joe, completed his degree at the Holds Last Meeting Georgia was ahead of Florida in
University of Florida las! year but one category vi: percentage of
has been delayed in setting up prac-. The highland View Parent- assigned national quota attained
twice by a heart attack he suffered Teacher Association had their lastto date. However, Florida remains
at the end of his studies. meeting of the current school year in the number one position in to-
Dickens was accompanied to Tal- on Monday nigh-. After the business al number of dollars percentage o
lahassee by Ernest C. Wimhbe-ry, .ses-ion, the officers for next year increase over last year's receipts
local attorney. He will open ant of- were installed. to date.
fice in a few days for the practice Miss .Mary Bailey performed the l rs. Herbert Brown was chair-
of law in Port S:.-Joe. installation services. man for Port St. Joe.


MemberS Of indhs ..h.J oCriS6 d Spend Week End Here
Are Honored e W h D er Party Wed. Mr. and Mrs. Conley Ward and
-,F,.*ii'oio dIf-D children and Mr. and Mrs. Red
M- orris and son of Mobile, Ala.,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mclntoih and Mrs. J. Robert Moore, St. Pet- spent the week end at t.h Ward.
entertained with a buffet: -.upper, ersburg; Dallas Hostetler, Orlar.- Cottage at Beacon Hill.
Wednesday night night in their do; Roy Armstrong, Jacksonville;
home on Constitution Drive. Fioyd L. Land, Orlando; Mr. and Visitors From Tampa
Honored guests were member -. Charle M. Mann, Director of Frank J. Kline of Tampa is visit-
of the Advisory Council of t!.h Uempoymrnt CoIpensaion Di- ing with his daughter and !n-in-
Florida Industrial Commission who w i.io;: Mr. and Mrs. Burnis T, law and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.,
attended a meeting here on Th'lir- Coleman. General Counsel of Flor- Weeks on Marvin Avenue.
day. ida Lieniploymernt Commission; ...
L eVsts from out-of-tuown were Mare FlPei-,hel of Jacksonville; Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Grier Kirkpatrick, t.d irs. Robert B. Beanley, Chief. Returns From Nebraska
Gainesville; J. A. Smith, Panama or Statisties. Mrs' Wade Barirer, returned
City; ohn B. Prine, Orlando; -iMr,'. A:t:-nding front Pore St. Joe were Friday from Omaha, 'Nebraska,
George B. Carter, Orlando; Mr. and jr. .nd Mrs. J. Lamar Miller, Mr. where she spent five weeks visit-
Mrs. H. L. Austin, Lakeland; P. K. and .Mr,.. Lawrence Bissett, Mr. ing her sister and family, Mr. and
Zimmerman, Palm Harbor; Mr. (Continued On Page 8) iMrs. Harrison Malin and Ufit',ter


7-


PORT ST. JON
A Progroulve
Community With a
Modern, PrOarGUIVO
Weekly Nompqw


6


tives Tuesday iii what was prob-
ably the most hotly contested bat-
tle ever fought in Gulf County for
that position.
Over 3,000 of Gulf County's 3-:
583 registered voters went t.. 'lhe
polls to cast their ballot in what
was feared would 'be a light elec-
Ition.
Costin carried six of. ten I~'-:, in[ts
to defeat his opponent Silas R.
iStone by 128 votes. His largest mar-
gin was in precinct eight with 210
majority and his next highest was
precinct five with a 76 vote major-
ity. Stone carried both precinctU. in
Wewahitchka and precincts 7, and
nine for his 1460 votes.
STRICKLAND WINS
A. J. Strickland of Weeiiidtchka
nosed out Weldon C. Roche, Por'
St. Joe businessman for the position '
of County Commissioner in District
One. Strickland polled a 10 rote'
plurality to defeat Roche.
iStrickland was strong in his ta-
tive Wewahitchka and' in Highland
View. He carried seven of ten pre-
cincts to beat the former County
Cc.... ..
CROXTON THE WINNER
G. S. (Jack) Croxton, of White
City, in. his initial bid into politics
defeated incumbent Parker G. Hart.
of Beacon Hill for the Commissiona
seat in District Three. Croxton car-
ried five of the ten precincts, num-
bers 3, 6, 8, 9 and 10 to defeat.
Hart by 327 votes.
KNIGHT CARRIES GULF
Bart Knight of Calhoun County,
who won handily over attorney
Joseph 1. Mathis of Panama City,
carried Gulf County by nearly a
1,000 vote majority. Knight trail-
ed only in Bay County (Mathis
home county) and picked up enough
majority in the" other three coun-
ties in the 25th District to poll a,,
1,062 majority over his opponent.



Gulf Goes Over

in Cancer Drive

J. C. Belin, Crusade ('hairniitl.i
for this JDistrioL of the ANii-iiraih
Cancer Society, reports that (ult.





-D -4V MAY


WEST FLORIDA

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REFRIGERATORS

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HOME FREEZERS

ADMIRAL
REFRIGERATORS

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WASHERS-and DRYERS

General Electric
WASHERS and DRYERS


MAGIC CHEF
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TAPPAN
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BROWN
RANGES

TAPPAN
BUILT-IN RANGES

General Electric
ELECTRIC RANGES


PANEL RAY
HEATERS

DEARBORN
HEATERS

General Electric
AIR CONDITIONING
Residential and Commercial

HEDGES
Glass-Lined
WATER HEATERS


"QUAtITY HAS NO
SUBSTITUTE"

WEST FLORIDA

Gas & Fuel Co.
818 Reid Phone 7-4291
Frank McDonald, Mar.


Kindergarten Will
Present Program
The Jack and Jill Kindergarten
will present its annual closing pro-
gram June 8, at 7:30 at the High
School Auditorium. The program
will consist of a play, "The Ldllipop
Dream" and Commencement Exer-
cises.
The Rev. Fred L. Davis will open
the play with prayer, after which a
group of 25 tots, garbed in white
caps and gowns will come forward
to be presented with their diplomas
by Hubert Richards. They will be
led one by one by an usherette
and usher, Patricia Hallmark and
Randy Retherford.
The Rev. J. C. Odum will con-
clude the program with benediction.
The casut in the Dla,,ae o. l-


Mrs. Daughtry Hostess WSCS Ci- M et
To Circle Number Two; Wi> :. I y
Mrs. W.-J. Daughtry was hostess Mrs. W. T. Moely. Jr., was host-
to members of Circle 2 of the Wo- ess to Circle 1 of the Woman's So-
man's Missionary Union of the Firt city of Christia Service Monday
Bantist Church. Tuesday afternoon, afternoon at heor hoim on Constitu


May 22 at 3 p.m.
The devotional reading was 1
Samuel 1:9-28. followed-with prayer


by Mrs. Ayers.
Reports were given by the var-
ious chairmen, and routine business
transacted. Mrs. Van Landinghham
read a list of new coupons, and
made the new list available to mem-
bers.
Refreshments of apple pie and
coffee were served to the follow-
ing: Mrs. H. F. Ayers, Mrs. E. H.
Van Landingham, Mrs. P. W. Petty,
Mrs. Jack Sheffield, Mrs. Aletha


IOw .y -Pinson, Mrs. J. F. Daniell, Mrs. J.
D. Lane, Mrs. Marie Rudd.
King, Bobby Lighitfoot; Queen, Mrs. Pridgeon, WMU president,
Jae Freida Joines; Stardust, Shel- was welcomed as a visitor.
Iey Ramsey; "Moonglow, Jo Ann The June meeting will be at the
Wilkie; Puck, Billy Carr; Littlest home of Mrs. P. W. Petty.
Elf, Calvin Johnson; Littlest Fairy ______ __
Dianne Gwaltney; Wizardess, Judy -.-
Graham; Wiggle Glowworn, Larry NEWS FROM
Herndon; Gypsies, Patricia Hall-
mark and Paula Wise; Midnight OAK G 0VE
Fairies, Jan Stripling, CherieBy HELEN NORRIS
nette; Pantomime Fairies, Carol
Sue Wincey, Paula Corbett; Mid-Rev. Lloyd R y.Mrs Hansel
night Elves, Al Scheffer, Phillip Rev. Lloyd Riley. Mrs. Hansel
Grisset; Queen's Fairies, Kay Norris and Mrs. Ella Norris mo-
Musselwhite, Vicki Thomas, Joan stored to Panama City.Thursday on
Lee, Becky Walker, Dianne Gard- business.
ner, Mary Ellen Thorpe, Patsy Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley and
Alfin; King's Elves, Rendy Raether- daughter Ladonnie spent .the week
ford, Larry Cox Lonnie Hill, Frank end in Bonifay visiting with Mrs.
Gwaltney, Larry Gay, Billy; Lolli- -' r' and in Graceville visiting
pops, Willie Ramsey, Wayne Cor- with Mr. and Mrs. Worley.
bktt, Toby Dykes, Kenny Hill. .-Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson and
Admission is free and the public chilCren spent ,the weak., end In
isc cordially invited to attend and Veinon -visiting with the latter's
be entertained as only children can 'lM'Uts.
entertain. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hall and
--- children of Marianna was the Sun-
tar Want Ads Get day guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cleve-
Star Want Ads Get Result. land Hall.


-UJNi1KiATULATIONS to my opponent on his vic-
tory. It is my prayer that he will fully honor the confidence
placed in him by virtue of his re-election.

SILAS R. (Mickey) STONE







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tion DriTs. The meeting was the
final get together Ior :he- old cir-
cle.
A short business session was pre-
sided over by Mrs. Roy Gibsoni.
Sr.
Games were played under the di-
rection of Mrs, Morgan .one, pro-
gram chairman. A git was p'e-sent-
ed to Mrs. Gibson from a'te circle
members.
Refreshments were served. by
the hostess to the 17 members and
three visitors pres.ent. Visitors
were Mrs. Chuck Sauuders of Or-
lando; Mrs. Nan i ,'.,,- and Mrs.'
Lina Helrnis. of \l onroe. ., C.
The meeting closed with a. praiy-
er by Mrs. tlladys McCoy.
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Visitors From Orlando
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Saunders of
Orlando and former residents of
this city have re.nrned to their
home after .... hivt with Mr.
and Mrs. Buck Griffin
JOHN STATON BARRIER
GRADUATES FROM FSU
John Statm on fal'o. graduated
from Florida State University Mon-
day, June 2S. r-cceiving si;. degree
Bachelor of Science in philosophy
of Religion,
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Mr. and Mrs.A N'. > ;on' C:rde"r and
children speni week end in
Macon, Ga., and i u Hiagidad visiting
with friends and relatives.
Miss EuTice Vickers ret-urned
home SaturC'ay :ftci-r spniuing sVv-
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CONTAYLOR by DDANTON LUXE


WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY


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Slay I Express My
THANKS
and Appreciation

to the good people of Gulf
, County for the fine vote
Sand support given me in
the primary elections. My
heart-felt gratitudJ- to those
i- who worked in my behalf
and on behalf of our cause.
I am extremely humble
mid very proud of my sup-
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eets Church" taken from the 'oY use WS HOUSe l pres
ee magazine. Mrs. H homerss Named SAC House Committeeand
"";" gave the details of the number of tyon.
W !M Ffalhnu :. For elementary PTA Honors Seniors at Party to
missionaries on foreign and home Fo Bal
fields, The meteing was closed by
The Willa Deon Lowry Circle of ields. The meteing was closed by The Elementary PTA met Thurs- A farewell party was given mem- chert
the HIcltiand View Baptist Church ifahers and leaders of children day. May 17 for the last program bers of the Senior Class Saturday rem
met with Mra. Jessie Hallman of would make known that children of the school year. night by members and sponsors of a we
Oak Grove. The meeting was open-should put Christ first and after The program for the meeting the STAC House. The occasion al- meant
cd by singfen the hymn, "Have.. .. was under the direction of Leo so marked the final meeting for Mrs
Thine Own Way Lord". Mrs. Way- God calls them for full time ser- Shealey, program chairman. He pre- the year. Wayr
ara Peteraon read the first chap- vice. The hostess served refresh- sented Leroy Pfelffer, State High- The parish house was attractive-1beaut
ter of 1 Samuel 9-28. Followed by ments .o the group, way Patrollman in this area who ly decorated with colored stream- Dur
prayer by Mrs. EmmettDbo T to rien talked on highway safety and pre- ers and the punch 'table held a ning,
A short business session follow- sented, a film on highway safety. crystal bowl surrounded with gar- meml
l.d Mrq. THallman gave a. talk on New officers for the 195657 year denies. Serving the punch was Mrs The
"M. o. lVent ga v -e a Star Want Ads Get ResldtS were installed at the meeting by ns0i OhSerming t Assuinh was Mr theST
Mrs. Ralph Swatts. Mrs. Karl Marhall, Mrs. Paul Fen- ties a
Otis Pyle was installed as presi- som and Mrs. Bert Munn. A special year
,... SUN., MON., TUES. ,en- Ts. Iurvis Howel, irs program presented by the commit-
vice president; Mrs. Tom Coldewey tee included "This Is Your Life".
JUNE 3, 4, 5 second vice president; Mrs. Gene Raffield and Louise Daughtry Ral
Smith, Secretary; Harold Prim, ,Ral
Smith, Secretary; Harold Prim, were selected out of the class for and
Treasurer; Mrs. H. W. Grffin, his- their life's portrayal. Reading the from
.- -. .. ,- -- -- .tarian^torian and Ben Dickens, parliamen- events thal took place in their attend(
ta rin.liVes was Marion Craig. Each was east


ened an album with pictures
events hfror birth until gradua-
rbara Mitchell and Jerry Bu- I
presented each senior with a
mbrance gift and verse, and
mek's pass from the manage-
of 'the Port Theatre.
s. Paul -Fensom and Mrs.
ne Biggswere presented with
tiful corsages.
ring the remainder of the eve-
dancing was enjoyed, 102
)ers were presented.
e committee announced that


TAO House will resume activi-
at the beginning of the school
in September.
Return From Brunswick
ph Nance, Edwin Lapeyrouse
Bert Munn returned Sunday
Brunswick, Ga., where they
ded a convention of the South- i
rn iSection of T.A.P.P.L.


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THE EDITOR

Mr. Wesley R. Ramsey
Port St. Joe Star
Port St. Joe, Florida
Dear Mr. Ramsey:
Now that the pressure of he
campaign is off and I've had a
chance to relax with my family for
: few days, I want to express my
sincere thanks for the interest you
took in my election.
* This campaIgn impressed upon
me more than ever before the im-
portance of 'the journalist to dem-
ocratic government.
And I will never doubt that the
people of Florida, once they are
presented with an accurate and
complete account of the issue, will
reach a sound and proper conclu-
sion.
Trere's a tremendous job ahead
of us here in Florida, in the South,
and in the Nation. I am looking for-
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IN-to -est i... -... -------- t __ 1.2(-
ii. ,s and Fuel Co.. Repairs to )ALesters Srvicf Sta., stom:,.. ....... 1. M and Mrs. J. F. Phllp- 111 Lake nL d family thi3 w, -.or i-,e ro'i FU
S A Conditioner........... ..... .. 62.00 Orkin Exterm. OC ',,-t onirol ... s n
.. H- W. Wilson Co Supplies...... 11.6 Johnu McMo : llon. 1 p .i... .00o Wales last week. Miss Barbara .L ..... unnie Chistm n rrive home
bary AS., Supplies....... 2.00 iJohn Land. ii Cm itie.. e 20 Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Phelps. visited ited Miss Barbara Arr, '
\ Stanilary SAhool Ser Supplies...... 7.15 AIR and R Cc T 42,,7 sIodt S.ai. i
Chem., Rubber Co., Sup lies...... 35.83 Woolford's .er. Sta., -a.. ... 1.0so Mr. and Mrs,. A. C. Parkerd in wahitchka .this week i
Pubiaed Every Thursday At 306 WillmAvenue, Prt t.rLer on frght. 4.46 Gulf County i. AgenS. IrsuPerry la wek. -----end th sum er
Joe., Florida By The Star Publishlng Company Educ. Test Bureau, Supplies........ 6.98 W. B. Sasser, I, ... .......... 18.60 Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Matthews vis- tar Want Ads e Res aren an.
WE sE, Editor and Publisher Informative Classroom Pictures Publishers, E. M. Hale and Co., Supplies..... 78.66 ar W an d Co., Supplies 78.t e Chim.
Supplies* ................... ..... 8,006 St. Joe Tel. and Tel. Co., Services.... 63.64 cited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sell in
Also Lintype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, olumit ,. alfour Co., Supplies. 286.86 P. F. McDaniel, Suplies ............. Cla8 hatched, Ala., this week end.
inat~le Opotr, AR e Fl Mat CehitWea Plumbing and Heating Company, Wewa Hardware o., Supplies .... 304.67 Clayhatchee, Ala., this week end.
Reporter, Proof Reader and Bookkeeper Bottle Rent...................... 2.00 Andy's Welding Repair. Repairs and Sup- iRev. D.A. Newsome of Highland
p ---r R levell's I.G.A. Store, Home Economic plies........................... 52.50 D Nwam -
ON YEAR SIX MONTHS 50 Supplies. ............. .......... 14.46 Britt's Septic Tank Service, Pumping out View Methodist Church is attend- *
SR Y IHRDE MONTH8 T$12".15 RKeenan Welding Supplies Company, Sup septic ank ............... .....7 th l- CO
N INARABL PAABLE IN ADA plies ... .p........................ 90 Gulf Oil Corp., Supplies........ 279.9 ing the annual conference I. n
BCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANE atley Typewriter Company, Ser- The Star Publishing Company, Printing and Montgomery, Ala., this week. r
I-itered as eond-es matter, December 19. 1987, at th. ices and Supplies............... 26.00 Supplies......................... 48.25 REALTOR -
oated alil, P ort St. Joe, Fls ., under At ,f M1 8, 1879.tl Nat. Dual Control Co., Supplies.. 50 A. C. McClurg and Co., Supplies. 9.72 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Wil-.
Charles A. Scurlock, Tuning piano.... 8.00 N. L. Gardner, In Lieu of Warrant No 2088, from Tnl
DIAL BAll 7-811 arguerite Hardy, Travel .......... 20.25 9.6-55 ............. 102.41 llama and amly rom Tyndall 40 M nument Av. rt Fla.
Port St. Joe Elementary School, Refund on CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND ...... ...... ied speith 403 Munument Ave. -ort St. oc, Fla.
postage etc...................16.05 E. F. Gunn Construction Co., Payment on Field spentthe w end W i
Quality Gro., Suplies............ 16.99 Wash. Contract Project ........ 3,867.75 his mother Mrs. J. K. Williams.
TO ADVERTISERS-In case hf error or omisldons i adverT- Albert Wynn, Expenses FSTA meet... 15.00 DISTRICT No. 1 FUND ...... ........
tisementthepublisheradonotholdthemselvesliabletor Madeline Wynn, Expenses on the FSTA Harland Pridgeon, Commission ... 61.46 J. P. Duren of Dothan, Ala.,
damages further than amount received for such advertisement meeting......................... 16.00 BOND No. 1 FUND .................. spent the day Sunday visiting his
Clytee S. Mayfield, Expenses on the FEA Harland Pridgeon, Commission .... 28.54
She spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word meeting....................... 15 00 BOND No. 2 FUND ...... .... ....... aunt Mrs. J. K. Williams.
Thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely asserts Ira C. Mayfield, Jr., Expenses .on the EA Harland Pridgeon, Commission...... 4.06 Gene Adkins visited this past
the printed word toro nhly enovinces. The spoken meeting..........................16.00
I lost- the prmtd word remi. Patricia Callaway, Expenses on the PEA week with his mother, Mrs. H. B.
meeting .........................15.00 F"h"
Minnie Howell, Expenses on the FEA meet- NEWS FFOM Williams and family of Fort White. .-.-:.
in ......rrel... Labor... ................ 15.00 D. J. Musgrove and Mrs. Joe Da- ..
W. B. Ferrel..or .............. 9.00 H ; a e 1"
Wall Elec. Co., Supplies..........40.00o.oo W vis of iCarrabelle, visited their un-
The minutes of the preceding meeting ulf Hardware and Supply Company, Sup- e, L. H. Kelley Sunday. '
Ther rea ao ped. plies............................14 32 cle, L. H. Kelley Sunday.- .
The Financial Statement for the month St. Joe Hardware Co. Spplies.... 102.69 By Mrs. Fannie Mae MMillan Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peters and'
MinutettofrThet Gaskin Bro. Lumber Go., Material .... 1.62 PHONE 7-5053 ''
o April was examined and approved Lonnie Gay, Labor ................ 1500 Mr. and Mrs. W. G. .Messer of Pan-: ^,.,,
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARDreport was read and approved Bill's Plumbing Service, Labor "and Sup ama ity spent the day unay
on oThe Supeiltendent having called forbi plies ...........................26.00o. C.ysptth-dy Suda
---et avin cal fo ids orman P. Gross, Pro. Ser ........ 40.83 Mr. and Mrs. William P. Coleman in Apalachicola.
on 120 Light Reflectors, 120 Light Bulbs, M. and N onstr epairs.. 297.0
The Bord of mPubtlinsao Gto o uR- the Board received bids from the following ames Yadon, Labor..............6 6.00 and family of Jacksonville visPed Mrs. Willie Carr vis-ted her mo-
ty, Florida, met on the above date in Reg- concerns: Raybro Electric Supplies, SEAC Leroy Bowdoin, Labor............50.00 his motrs.ar i e -
ualar Session with the following memea Supply Co. Illingsworth Enginaeering Company, Boile s mother, Mrs. W. P. Coleman their, Mrs. Emma Darley in Wewa-
and eating; Carter Ward Chairman, Moved by Whitfield seconded by Hrris inspection ...................... 45 and family and also Mr. and Mrs. hitka this week end.
a. B1uTe and J, Whtil ember,. to purchase the G.E. Reflectors and Bulbs St. Joe Motor Co., Sup. and Lab. 9...
en Taey and Clyde Brogdon were ab- from the Raybro Electric Supplies, to be Alvin MeGlon's Service Garage, Labor and Bob Kingry this week end. J .
gont, a delivered immediately to Wewahitchka and Parts...........................7.83 MLittle Lanan Orrell is home, af-
e Superintendent w present Dand act rug Co., First Aid Supplies .... 3.12 ter .spending a week in the Muni- GERS
lag. Upon the recommendation of the Super- -_ TO T
intendent the following were re-appointed cipal Hospital. OGET OUT
to their positions for the 1956-57 school AdStsemet
year Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Foster visit- OF ORDER
School Secretaries, Mre. R. 0. Maddox, MsW h Nn o
Mrs. Kate Alsobrook and Mrs. Elwyn Blount. I I i Med Mr. and Mrs. Wash Ninger of .. .t h ...... ,Lw;.::na yy
f sJanitors, 0. R. Smith, A. Men, J. L Fro where sit... arS i callow Sunday. -'
Maddox, Dan Hodrick, Clarence Whitfield, Fom-Calo JoSnrs
Stella Norris, and Grace Gay. Janitors Help. :Mr. andMrs. S. J. Glass of Blake-
OltV.ers, will be employed by the Principals of te.nM-r..s..la tBa k.
^*'~y^^-^the separate schools. 17, Ga., and their daughter Mrs. G /
School Bus Drivers, Jon Land, Roland aHr- Ferrell Eva.an d sons Std tevie and
dy, Fred Mnto, rank aireloth, an MoreThan Ferrell Evans and sons Stevie and M r
Richard Saunders and Dans Bolden. ",,n li I For Nathan visited Misrs. HoL e Glass
.SCMarguerite Hardy, School Lunchroom Co- She "Bargained" For and also Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Glass f
ordinator. All lunchrom workers were re-
appointed to their positions. iO
There being no further business to come blAllclw
before them they did then adjourn to meet Dad Baker retired from active sent her a bill for exactly what S SS
again in regular Sessionon June 5, 1966 dairying-seven or eight years ago the miC< cost: 75e a quart. \A p AN
S. .LIST OF MAY 196, GENERAL FUMONTHD buttil keeps a half-dozen pure- From where I sit, it's easy to LI H T lOR
....IOF MAY 1956, GENERAL FUND -butTs eftCULA
Port St. Joe High School, Lunchroom and breds more or less as a hobby. misunderstand if you don't get
milk re-imbursements for April.3... 36.32althfcs.T tsywoutACI
Wewabitha High School, Lunchroom and Dad goes all-out for these six. all the facts. That's why we ought M CULLOCH
milk re-imbursements for April.... 383.39 controlled barn, ex- to consider the other allows
SGeorge Washington High School,Lunchroom Temperature-co nt before we talk out. For O
s&*"CtOlO P." and milk re-imbursements for Apr.,.. 128.00 pensive feed the works. As a viewpoint before we talk out. For T I ON
Port St. Joe Elementary School, Lunchroom teria example, you have your reasons SUPER 44| OVERFOW
*** and milk re-imbursements for Apr... 505.48 result his milk has a low bacteria example, particular beverages. W A'ER
1 Highland View Elementary School, Lunchroom high butterfat content for lkmg
1and milk re-imbursements for Apr... 126.74 count, a hig tteat cont for likine. And whetherawere ACs.
Flossie Wilson, Sub. for Bus Driv... 26.00 And as a favor to neighbors, he ine. And whether we're
Fla. Power Corp., Electric Eoergy for
PSJ. Schools..................559.78 sells it just two cts above t e talking about buttermilkach or other's
Walter Stafford, Supplies...... .... 65 ordinary pricf. ..
k yuGulf Coast Elee. Cooperative, Inc., Electric N.lt.'r o res
t Energy for Wowa Schools...... 123.68 Recently, a icighbor con- point of view.
Connell.W aterS Word Water.......... ordin
i dSch ool ................ G....... o 0.00o plained-asked i lshe couldn't get a,"-
Southern Liquid Gas Co., Gas....... 2.00 the milk "at cost." Dad agreed, qxv" ..,
Jesse Dawson, Wood............. 50.00
Standard Oil Co, Fuel Oil ...... 186.68
West Fla. Gas and Fuel Co., Gas. 129.20 BUILT TO SELL FOR
S. C. Players Grocery and Market, Supplies Copyright1956, United States Brewers Foun4dation ThS We k $24 95
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CLASSIFIED ADS

MAN WANTED: for J. R. Watkins
dealer. See or write W. L. Bur-
kett, dealer, Box 482. Port St. Joe.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house with
bath on 7th St., at Highland View
Priced to sell. See or call. Jake Ga-
vin. Phone 742681.
SELL OR LEASE: Old Breeze
building in Wewahitchka. Easy
erms. Repair to suit tenant. C. F.
l anlon, Phone NE 7-2361. Wewa-
hitchka. tfc4-19
USED PIANOS
from $25.00
MELODY MUSIC MART
187 Harrison Ave.
Panama City, Florida
PIANO TUNING and REPAIR
MELODY MUSIC MART
137 Harrison Ave. Phone SU 56-4711
Panama City, Florida
PIANO TUNING and REPAIR
Special discounts to
Churches and Civic Groups
All Work Guaranteed
CHARLES A. SCURLOCK
Ph. 7-4691 509 10th St.
SPECIAL SERVICES
;OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
Phone 7-7846. Outboard motors re-
paired, also.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
Reel Parts and Repairs
N'RADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
iWAP.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAll 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
FOR RENT: Furnished house.
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Ll-
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
.4032. tfe
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
lIg money see us for anything


ryou u n your home. STOP &ad
SWAP SHOP-
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LBPION. Meet-
Ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home.
N. G. C. W. Long, V. G.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
secretary.
LOYAL ORDER
OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moos*
Hall, 310 Fourth St.
Meeting night ev-
ery other Monday,


SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs..
days,7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
brethren invited. G. F. Lawrence,
PERSONAL,
Alcoholism, recognized by the
xamerican 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
tellowship of Alcoholics Anony-
mous is being formed in Port St.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM Friday, June 8,
8:00 p.m. All Master Masons cor-
dially invited.
J. B. GRIFFITH, W. M.
F. W. CHANDLER, Sec.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT OF GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA
In re. Estate of JOHN POUNSEL,
Deceased.
All creditors of the estatJ of
John. Pounsel, deceased, are hereby
notified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
have against said estate in the of-
fice of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the court house
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand must
be in writing and must state the
place of residence and post office
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the. claimant, his
agent or his attorney, or it will be-


Dinner Party Honors
(Continued From Page 1)
and Mrs. Joe McLeod, Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Ashley, Mr. and Mrs. S. L.
Barke, and Mr. and Mrs. M. Keib-
ler, Miss Margaret Evans and Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Sharit.
I Arriving for the .meeting on
Thursday was A. C. Stubbs, Execu-
tive Director; Dana T. Leitch, Chief
of Programs and Methods: A. 0.
McIntosh, Difredtor of Industrial
Safety; and LeMoyne Cash, Chief
of Information.
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Highland View Circle
Meets With Mrs. Core'

Circle 1 of the Highland View
Baptist Church met in the home
of Mrs. John Core. Mrs. C. A.
Phelps read the scripture from 1
Samuel. Mrs. Leo Kennedy led in.
prayer. Mrs. Lilie Richter gave ant
interesting story, "We Help To!
Answer Our Own Prayer". There
were four inemberis present, Mrs.
C. A. Phelps, Mrs. Lillie Richter.
Mrs. Leo Kennedy and Mrs. John
Core.
The group was dismissed, with
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come void according to law.: i "'" '--" *.
May 23, 1956 4t -C! IE
Rosa Lee Pounsel -... ENr ANNOUNCED
Administratrix of the ,estate of
John Pounsel, deceased.
Mr. and Mrs. .iihn I. Williams Miss Clifton Is now a senior at
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUlR anio tnce the engagement of their ort St. Joe High School. Mr. Brown
TEENTH JI)ICIAL CIRCUIT daughter, orv Yvonne Clifton to
GULF COUNT, FLORID daii ght a Mn ary YvonnQe Clifton to
FLOSSIE L. DUREN ) ora'ce G. Brown, son of the late is employed at the St. Joe Paper
AINTIFF ) .r;.u i-li-own of Company. The wedding will be an
JON P1. DUmEN, Et als. ) event in June.
I)DEFENDI)ANTS eet in June.
NOTICE TO: John P. Duren, whose aldress --- -- --- -
is: c/o General Delivery, Daleville. Alabama. Guests of Laneys Iar Want Ads Get Result
On or before 2 July A.D., 1956, the Ie Aa r .an Ads Get Resuit
fendant. John P. Duren, is required to serve \lrI'.. NIun Liiullelog and Mrs. Lina _
up0n,3 Frt St, Port St. Joe, Florila, lel of 1 N. C,., are the Advertising doesn't cost-It PAYS
..i;riattorney, a copy of, and file wvit house guests ol M r. and Mrs.. J.
1t. i.i (of this Court the original of, a I
answer to the Complaint as 'amended Cpi'i- iC. Lalney.
inn. ...r divorce filed against i ere.in ..
Witness my hand and ,eal of said enur
at; Wewahitchka, Gulf County, Florida, hi --
the 30th day of May, A D., 1956. pravyer ly Mir,'. Johnl Core. The hos.- u .. '*
GEORGE Y. CORE
As Clerk of said Circunit Courts eI srved ri're.,!iineon t of ice-a
(Circuit Court Seat) IV'tl, CL' l tonttd' and cotffe.
May 31, June 7, 14, 21, s1956. a


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Get the gasoline that burns

%PROOF: See how the asbestos glove, on the
left in the picture, is smudged by the "dirty- ,
burning tail-end" of gasoline while NO- /
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We Take Pleasure In Annnancing.
the purchase of a photocopying machine which we
will use in various phases of our work and thus
enable us to render better service to ourl"d, ..mitii.
As an additional service to our depositors, we will
be glad to make photocopies of valuable docunmeuts
for them. There is no charge for this service but
a small charge will be made if more than one copy
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SERVING SUNDAY DI'NE


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