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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: August 23, 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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PORT ST. JOB
A Progressive
Community With a
Modern, Progressive
Weekly Newspaper


THE STAR


THE i STAR
Published In Port St. Jot
But Devoted To the Con-
tinued Development of
Gulf County


Port St. Joe- The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Ghattahoochee Valley"

VOLUME XIX JORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1956 Single Copy *o NUMBER 52


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ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
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Ernest Wimberly put his plan
to work up a swimming pool in
Port St. Joe into second gear
Tuesday night when he "put the
Commission on notice" that a
movement was being formed in
Port St. Joe to bring such a thing
about.
We're on his team in this. Any
thing that will make our city
bigger and more prosperous and
give more services to the people
we are for.
We can't help but be a little
curious to see how he is going
to arrive at plans to finance it
though. Whatever the plan, if it's
legal, we'll be right there to help
him.
Will you?

Wednesday was a wonderful day,
even It it was publication day.
The temperature broke and left
a nice balmy atmosphere to get
"fall fever" in and the Milwaukee
graves started strengthening their
hold'on first place.
A most perfect day.

The Civil War is really over.
At least it is in Gulf County..
The County has called Port St.
Joe's most "proud he's a yankee"
yankee to jury duty.
All traces of the carpet bagger
are gone when a man can brag
about being a Yankee and stili
be called upon tp pass judgement
on his Rebel cousins. That's Carl
"Yank" Zimmerman we are talk-
ing about who brags about com-
ing from the Y-ankee territory of
iPennyslvania and hasn't even the
decency to be ashamed of it.

We wore talking to Gus Creech
Monday whefi we made the, pic-
ture of his producing banana tree.
Gus bad just returned from serv-
ing a day of jury duty and reported
that all but about two of the jury.
men were from Port St. Joe.
We wondered where everybody
went this week. Thought maybe
our population was decreasing but
they have just gone to Wewahitch-
ka for awhile.



Merchants Are

Offering Free

Ball Game Ducats


Gus Creech Grows Bananas In His

Yard; Tree Bears After Two Years


Gus Creech has a banana plan-
tation in his yard. He is pictured
above holding a. stalk on one of
his trees with 12.bananas on it.
Cheech said he planted four trees
two years ag:. from just root and
they have grown now to about 15
lest in height. One of the trees
came up with a stalk of bananas
this year and has 12 medium size
bananas on the stalk.
The stalk has had several bana-
nas form but most of them have
fallen off while very small, Creech
said. The stalk is still growing and
putting on more new little bananas
and possibly will end up with More
than the present 12.
The bananas are about six inches
long and are still green.
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The Merchants of Port St. Joe -O
are going to pay your way to the
ball game here Friday night.
The game will be the first in a
serles. of play-off game with Ape-
lpth('ca Apalaech ia], ended the
season in first place and Port St.
Joe In second place.
'Friday's gai e will be the first
game of a beent three out of five




means of promoting good will and
to help the ball club end up the sea-
son In a solvent position.
Mrchans, throug hout thecity District Governor To
have ball tickets and are offering
them to their customers. The only Address Rotary Club
charge to the fan is the 10c amuse- -
ment lax that must be paid on all Rotary's District Governor, Al-
pa.ssesissued by anybody. bert Nelson of Keystone Heights
You may get your tickets by con- will visit the local Rotary Club at
acting any of the following mer- their regular meeting today. Dis-
chants: trict Governor Nelson is making
Boyles. Department Store, Cos- his annual official visit to the local
tin's Department Store, Hallmark's, club at this time.
Cristo's 5c, 10c and 25c Store, 0. Nelson is a native of Minnesota
M. Webb's 5c to $5.00 Store, Austin- but moved to Lakeland 13 years
Atchison Company, Stones' Shop ago. He lives in Keystone Heights
for Men, Prince and Princess Shop, and is a Past President of that
Fuller's Supply Co., Western Auto club. He now has approximately 10
Associate 'Store, St. Joe Hardware years perfect attendance at Rotary
tCo., Pates' Shell Service Station, 'meetings,
Woolford's Service Station, Thoma- He is one of the founders of the
son Pure Service Station, Jones' Keystone State Bank and is a Vice
Sinclair 'Service Station, Buzzett's President of that institution.
Drug Store, Campbell's Drug Store, Nelson will speak before the
Hutehins4Thursbay Chevrolet Co., club in the program session today
Cargill-iStevens Motors, St. Joe Moe at eioon.
tor Co., St. Joejduto Parts, Danley I
Furniture Co.. St. Joe Furniture JUDGE LEWIS WILL
and Appliance Co., West Florida SPEAK TO METHODIST MEN
Gas Company, Modern Furniture Judge E. Clay Lewis of Panama
Co., Thames Jewelry, The Star City will be the speaker at the
Publishing Co., Piggly Wiggly Su- regular monthly meeting of the
per Market, I GA Super Market, St. Methodist Men's .Club Tuesday
Joe Bar and Glynn's Restaurant. night. The meetings are held at
Game time will be at 8:00 p.m. 7::30 p.m. in the social room of
tomorrow night at Centennial Field the church.
The public is' cordially invited
Send The Star To A Friend to attend.


First Graders Start

To School Wed.

All children who will be in the
first grade this. year should come
to school Wednesday and Thurs-
day, August 29 and 30. They will
be in school from 8:30 until 12
noon. Then they will come on Fri-
day, August 31 for a whole day of
school.
During these days the children
will be tested and will be placed
in a room according to these
tests. Children who will repute the
first grade this year will also re-
port these Qays for the testing
program.
Children who do lot repo-'t d ir-
ing these days -nay have to wait a
week before they will be placed.
All children who will be six be-
fore January 1, 1957 should report
Wednesday.
Buses will make regular sche
duled runs all three days.
There will be no lunch served on
Wednesday and Thursday.
All other grades will report for
school on Friday, August 31 for a
full day of school. Buses will run
on regular schedule and the lunch
room will be open to serve lunches.



Gulf Schools Get

$9,199.91 In Food

Federally donated foods received
for use in school lunch programs
in Gulf County during the past year
were valued at $9,19'9.91 according
to a report just received in the of-
fice of ISchool Superintendent
Thomas A. Owens.
This information was furnished
by E. Lee MoCubbin, Directw ot
Commodity Distribution of the
.State Department of Public Wel-
fare, which acts as the receiving
and distributing agent in Florida
-for the U. S. Department of Agricul-
ture.
During the fiscal year ending
June. 30, foods with a fair whole-
sale value of $3,885,894 were dis-
tributed statewide with slightly
over 85 percent of the total going
to school lunch programs. The re-
mainder was distributed to non-
profit charitable institutions and
state non-penal institutions. These
foods came to Florida without cost
through the federal price support
programs and the National School
Lunch Program, and in the schools
they are used to make a more nu-
tritional meal available to the chil-
dren at the lowest price .posisbl'e
This, in terms of pounds of gro-
ceries, amounted to almost 11 mil-
lion pounds or 301 freight cars. The
1555-56 fiscal year was the largest
in Florida's experience both in dol-


Chamber Hears

Requests From

Local Merchants

The Board of Directors of the
Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce
met Monday night at 8:00 p.m. at
the City Hall. G. F. Lawrence ap-
peared before the Board and report-
ed that the commission assigned to
himself and Jesse Stone to organize
a Retail Merchants Division of the
Chamber had been completed. The
Division was operating with 33
members.
Jesse Stone, chairman el the Re-
tail Merchants Division, appeardA
before the board and requested the
Chamber to conduct a survey for
the merchants division to obtain
information that would help the
merchants make this shopping dis!
trict more attractive to local shop-
pers. The Chamber voted to under-
take this project and appointed
Stone, as Chairman of the Division,
to act as chairman of this commit-
tee. *
Vic Anderson, on behalf of the
Merchants division requested the
Chamber to take steps to urge that
greater "c04rtesy" be extended to
out of town shoppers and visitors
to our city, in as far as parking me-
ter tickets are concerned.
President Cecil G. Costin, Jr., an-
nounced that the new Chamber of
Commerce plaques have arrived
and will be mailed out to all mem-
bers.
Harry Saunders was appointed to
investigate obtaining property for
erection of a Chamber of Commerce
building.
A survey has been conducted by
the Chamber to determine what
projects the people of Port St. Joe
would like the Chamber to undei
take first. First on the list of pre-
ferences was a youth canter. Sec-
ond was a yacht basin and third
was the pushing'of the construction
of housing.
The Chamber is working on a
new brochure to give publicity to
the city. This brochure will give
all the facts and figur.-L ot Port St.
Joe and encourage new business
and new industry to locate here
Work has progressed to tha point
that most of the facts and f gurei
have been obtained and are now
being assembled for publication.


Clifford Wimberly Is-

Named Patrol Leader

At an election held by Scout
Troop 313 which met at the First
Methodist Church last Monday
night, Clifford Wimberly was elect-
ed as Patrol Leader of the first
patrol of roop 313. At this meet-
ing, the new scouts decided to call
the first Patrol 'the "Flaming Ar-
row"_ Patrol.
Seven new boys were accepted
into the membership of the newly
organized troop. They were as fol-
lows: Wayne Childers, Ronald Bi-
'shop, ,Robert Settlemire, Wayne
Stevens, Tony Maige, Cecil Lyons,
and Clifford Wimberly.
Troop 313 made a field trip Wed-
nesday afternoon in which they
studied many phases of woodlore
and how to provide for themselves.
when in the woods.
Scoutmaster, Marion Parker and
assistant Scoutmaster, George Wim-
berly, Jr., are doing a fine job of
training the new scouts in the
field of scouting and citizenship.
They are to be commended for the
interesting programs that they are
providing for the boys, which gives
them body building exercise and
mind developing themes that pro-
mote the boys of today into fine.
outstanding citizens of tomorrow.
Next Monday night, the commit-
teemen of Troop 313 are urged to
meet at the Methodist Church at
7:00 p.m.


lars and poundage.
Among the items received were
dried apricots, dried beans, butter,
cheese, canned cherries, grapefruit
sections, frozen hamburger, canned
hams, lard, vegetable shortening,
salad oil, orange juice concentrate,
peanut butter, canned peas, canned
pork products, fresh prunes, rice
sweet potatoes and canned tom'-
toes.
To date this fiscal year Florida
has been allocated over 3 million
pounds of food, the bulk of which
will be distributed to school lunch
programs.


Commission Approves




Electrical ode For City


Three Candidates

Qualify For City

Commission Race

With the close of qualifying time
drawing near, only three men had
qualified as of yesterday afternoon
to run in the forthcoming Munici-
pal Election on Tuesday, Septem-
ber 11.
Two seats are up' for election,
one in Group 3 now held by Gor-
don Hallmark and one in Group
4 now held by Wesley R. Ramsey.
Those qualifying are: Merrill
(Sonny) Sherrill and Kay Clark in
Group four and Ted Beard in
Group three.
According to City Clerk, R. W.
Henderson, Saturday, August 25 at
noon is the deadline for qualifying
for election.
Clerk Henderson also said that
the State election laws have been
changed and it is now necessary
to apply for absentee ballots ten
days before election in order to be
eligible to vote in this method. He
said ballots will be available Tue.--
day morning up to the expiration
of available time for those who
wish to cast absentee ballots.


Big Celebration Set

For Labor Day Here

Are you sorta half-way think-
ing about going out of town on
Labor Day, we would urge you to
change your mind.
There is going to be a hbi free
all-day picnic and celebration on
that day sponsored by the com-
bined Labor Unions of the city.
They haven't got gotall the details
worked out yet, but you be watch-
ing next week's issue of The
Star for the complete details of-
this big event.


Drag Racing Held

At Dothan, Sunday

The Wiregrass Timing Associa-
tion of Dothan, Ala., is anticipating
a huge turn-out for their champion-
ship drags to be held all day Sun-
day, September 2. The event is to
be held on the runways at Napier
Field, just three miles north of Do-
than on U. S. 231.
Large crowds of car owners have
been turning up for the bi-weekly
events and about 30 cars took part
in the last races. Public address
systems, soft drinks, timing equip-
ment and trophies are furnished by
Dothan concerns. For the cham-
pionship winners there will be valu-
able, merchandise prizes' and -tro
phies. No cash prizes are given as
this is strictly a sporting event.
Several auto enthusiasts from'
this area will attend and as mauny
contestants and spectators as pos-


Code Is First of Series To Put Controls

On All Construction


The City Commission of Port Sc. ing code
Joe took the first step Tuesday in sectic
night toward installing a workable Tuesd
building and zoning code for the heard th
City. of Port St. Joe. trial co
First on the calendar is a build
present
before

Saints Defeat P. C. aw c
r tion bo
To Win First Part eectrca
the city
In Season Play-off must p
approve]


e, which is being completed
ons.
ay night, the Commission.
ie first reading of an elec-
ode ordinance which will be
ed for two more readings
going on the books as a

ode provides for an inspec-
ard of all person-s doing
al wiring or construction in
. Even outside contractors
.ss an examination and be
d before being allowed to


operate in the city.
Saints 5, Panama City 4 i t city.
Saints 5, Panama City 4 The code calls for strict inspec-
Monday, August 20 the St. Joe tion of all electrical wiring to see
Saints defeated the Panama City that it comes up to certain speci-
Independents 5-4 in one of the fin- fications. Specifications are written
est ball games to be seen in these up in the ordinance to meet fire
parts for some time. It went some- underwriter codes and specifica-
thing like this. The Saints came tions.
up to bat in the bottom of'the first Enforcement of the code will
inning. After -coring two runs the practically eliminate all possibility
bases were loaded with Dowden of electrically caused fires in the
coming to bat with no outs. Dow- city and will insure buyers of a
den hit a hard fly to third base. good construction or repair job.
Bobby Philips caught the ball, Codes are also being provided to
stepped on third and then threw to meet requirements of plumbing,
second to complete one of the very construction and other phases of
few triple plays seen in baseball. building work.
The Independents scored one run The Commission has worked in
in the third and one in the fourth close cooperation with licensed
to tie the score. contractors' in the city to protect
The Independents went out front both the home owner and the con-
in the seventh with two more runs tractor from faulty, work being
to lead the Saints 4-2. In the bo', done.
tom half of th i ighth inning it The code does not rule out thIl
started to rain and while discus- possibility of bringing in contrac-
sion was underway" to stop the ball tors from other cities to do work
game, the rain sAupped and the but they must meet local examina.-
Saints scored three runs to ,, our 'lori-) and, as in the past, be licens-
in front 5 to 4. AiJ thia' is ho"' ved to do work in the city before
the game ended. u.-trig able to carry on their traae
This victory earned rhe- Siiiils li r,
the right to play Apaila>cli.ti : .s- A soon as the complete building
the best three out o:' fiv. seriei'-it ,,:,]'e is put into effect, work will
will wind up baseball fo'r h,,:'.',; bein on a zoning ordinance for the
season. '. city.


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Three New Buses Delivered To Gulf

County Schools By Wimberly Pontiac


Wrestling Matches

Next Wednesday

Wrestling matches will be held
at the Centennial Building next
Wednesday night under the spon-
sorship of. the Moose Club.
latchess are now- being conducted
every other Wednesday, nigh' with
(sding wrestlers being featured onI
the night's card. The night's ruo-
gram usually features two one-fa.I
*events'and a tag-team match, with
four wrestlers taking part in ail.
The Moose Club is sponsoring the
matches to help finance their pro-
gram, just formed, of teaching ox-
ing to youngsters.


sible are urged to attend.
Entrance fee for cars in the event a car in the event, con.itct Don
is $1.00. If you would like to enter Mercer here in this city:


Gulf County Schools this week
purchased three new school buses
from Wimberly Pontiac Company.
The buses are pictured above ready
for delivery.
The buses are mounted on a 19-5
2% ton GMC chassis Model 377.
The bodies are manufacturer by tne
Wayne Bodies Corporation of Rich-
mond, Indiana. They will carry 60
passengers.
Two of the buses will go into bp-
eration at the Port St. Joe schools
and one in Wewahitchka.

Spend Week End Here
Second Lt. Tom Ford, student pi-
lot of, Goodfellow Air, Force Bas",
San Angelo, Texas, spent Saturday
and Sunday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. L. Ford 1019 Wood-
ward Avenue.

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SEtta Katherine Martin United In Marriage

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Patricia Daniels Becomes The Bride

Of Gene Kanneberg On August 18

Mr. and Mrs. Emmette Daniell of a graduate of Dewitt, Iowa High
Port St. Joe announce the mar- School and is presently employed
riage of their daughter, Catherine with the Port St. Joe Paper Com-
Patricia to Marlyn Gene Kanneberg, pany.
of Dewitt, Iowa, on August 18. The, After a brief honeymoon, the cou-
wedding was solemnized at 2 p.m. 'ple will reside at 308 13th Street,
in the Long Avenue Baptist Church, Port St. Joe.
with the Rev. J. C. Odum perform- I
Ing the double ring ceremony., iar Want Ads Get Resulto
The bride is a graduate of Port
St. Joe High School. The groom is Advertising Doesn't Cost it PAYS.


Miss Etta Kathryn Martin be-
came the bride of Billy Fred Par-
rish at 7:30 o'clock Friday evening
at the First Methodist Church of
Port St. Joe. he Rev. Warren L.
Lindsey of Fort Walton Beach of-
ficiated with the Rev. Fred Davis,
pastor, assisting.
The bride is a daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Chris Martin of Port S;:
Joe, and the bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Parrish also
of Port St. Joe,
A beautiful arrangement of white
gladiolus and chrysanthemums was
the focal point of the Iforal decora-
tions in the sanctuary. On either
side were gold floor vases holding
white daisies and two large white
baskets of gladiolus, pompons and


mums. These were interspersed
with eight seven-branched candel-
abra holding burning white tapers.
A large white-satin covered ring
holding a fan arrangement of mums
and gladiolus was used in the vesti-
bule.
A program of nuptial music was
presented by Mrs. Mark Tomlinson,
organist, and Mrs. James Tankers-
ley, soloist.
Lace over raw silk of chapel
length fashioned the gown worn by
the bride. The molded bodice ea-
tured a Sabrina neckline outlined
in appliqued lace flowers studded
with irredescent sequins, The volu-
minous floor-length skirt swept into
a cathedral train of raw silk. Her
veil of net illusion was attached to


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Church of Christ
Highway 98 Highland View, Fla.
Evening Services 8:00 p.m.
August 20 thru 29


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queen's crown of pearls .and se-
quins in double rows. The bride car-
ried a white Bible topped with a
white orchid and showered with
lilies-of-the-valley and stephanotis.
She was given in marriage by her
father.
Mrs. George Zeigler, sister of
the bride, was matron of honor.
She wore a 'ballerina length gown
of seafoam nylon organdy over taf-
feta. The lace off the shoulder bo-
dice which was studded. with se-
quins, was enhanced by a tucked
cumberbund with full circular
skirt over crinolines. Her half-hat
of tulle dotted with irredescent se-
quins featured a crown of yellow
daisies and she carried a bouquet
of bronze fall daisies. Her mits
were of matching tulle tied with
ribbons.
Mgss Ann Costin, Miss Sibbie
Brinson and Mrs. James Harrison
were bridesmaids. Chris Ann Zeiz-
ler, niece ,of the bride served as
junior bridesmaid and Jae Freida
Joines was flower girl. They wore
seafoam nylon organdy identical to
that worn by the maid of honor,
and carried bouquets of yellow fall
daisies.
Marion Parker was best man,
and ushers were George Hill, Fer-
rell Allen, Donald Ramsey and
junior usher was Jimmy Cox.
The mother of the bride wore
fuschia tulle over a gray laffeta
sheath with matching gray acces-
sories. Her hat was starched fus-
ubia lace, and her corsage was a
purple orchid. The mother of the
groom wore an ice blue sui: with
white accessories and a corsage of
purple orchid.
A reception was given in the so-
cial hall of the church, whici was
profusely decorated, with southern
magnolia and smilax. A mass ar-
rangement in the form of an arch
with two large white doves holding
wedding bells tied with whi e satin
ribbon formed the background for.
the bride's table. A green liner.
cloth overlaid with a full gathered
floor length white organdy skht
covered the bride's table. A four-
tiered cake topped with cluster of
wedding bells and flanked with sil-
ver candelabra holding white ta-
pers. At the base of each candle
abra was nosegays of lace wedding
bells and mint green satin ribbon
streamers. The punch table and
guest table was identical to that
of the bride's table.
Mrs. Chauncey Costin cut the
wedding cake and rs. Zach Brook-
ins kept the bride's book. Presid-
ing over the punch table were Miss
Frances Wilson, Miss Mabel Doke,
Mrs. Marion Parker, Mrs. Billy
Gaillard. Mrs. Ferrell Allen present-
ed a program of piano music during
the reception. Assisting were Mrs.
Ed RBamsey, Mrs. Morgan Jones,
Mrs. Lindsey Temple, Mrs. J. L.
Sharit, Mrs. Carl Armstrong, Mrs..
Jimmy Cox and Mrs. Walter John-
son.
Out-of-town guests included Mr.
and Mrs. C. P. Van Horn, Jr., and
children Kenneth and Jimmy of
Dallas, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. K. E.
McIntyre and children of Bastrop,
La., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Van Horn
and son Mike of Panama -City;
Mrs. George Riddick, Mrs. Joe
Blackshear and daughter Miss Oui-
da Ann Blackshear and Mrs. L. R.
Kimbrell of Panama City; Mrs.
Tom Johnson and son Jerry of Sa-
vannah, Mrs. Gene Haisten and
sons of Leesburg; Mr. and Mrs.
George Zeigler land children Chris
Ann and Steve of Portsmouth, Va.,
Miss Mabel Doke of Gainesvill'e
and Miss Frances Wilson of Paho-
kee.
After a wedding trip to New Or-
leans, the couple will reside at St.
Joe Beach. Her traveling costume
was a two piece pink polished cot-
ton dress, a pink feathered cloche
studded with rhinestones and pink
accessories, and an orchid corsage
from her bridal bouquet.
Mrs. Parrish was graduated in
1954 from Port St. Joe High School
and attended Florida State UTniver-
sity and was a member of the
Honor Society. She is at present
employed by the St. Joe Paper
Company. Mr. Parrish was graduat-
ed from Port 'St. Joe High School
in 1954 and attended Florida State
University where he was pledged
to Kappa Sigma fraternity. He is
employed by the Badger Construc-
tion Company of this city.
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BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Return From Georgia
Mr. and Mrs. Gale Traxler, Jr., Rita and Sonia Cooper, children
of Pensacola announce the birth of of Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Cooper have
a son, Keith Edwards, born August just returned from Thomasille,
16. The boy weighed 5 lbs., 11 ozs. just returned from Thomasvi le,
Mrs. Traxler will be remembered G., where they have been vtin
as Miss Mary Teresa Edwards, for- their grandmothers,
merly of Port St. Joe.
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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avnue, Port St.
Jo., Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
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tisements, the publishers do not hold themselves liable far
damages further than amount received for such advertlsement
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An Investment In Your Future.


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The Retail Merchants Division of the Port St. Joe Cham-
ber of Commerce is making an all out effort to make the
shopping district of Port St. Joe more attractive to you. But in
order to do this, they need your help. Port St. Joe's merchants
want to provide you with the kind of stores you want to shop in
and will take all possible steps to give this to you.
When you spend your money in your home town, your
money continues to work for you and your community. Your
city grows and progress is made. Improvements are possible, both
in civic projects and in local business that directly effects you.
Your city can offer you more in the way of educational facilities,
recreational facilities, youth work and many other civic projects
as well as better streets, better sanitation, better water and sew-
age facilities, etc. Your merchants can offer you larger and
better selections; more attractive stores and better accommodation
and services.
But when you spend your money, out of town that
money is forever gone. Your city receives less taxes and city
improvements are reduced. Their payroll is cut from lack of
business, thus directly reducing the population of our town. More
volume to your merchant means cheaper prices and larger selec-
tions for you. They are less able to support civic projects and
thus reduces the possibility of civic improvements and programs
that are vital to the progress of Port St. Joe.
The merchants of our city are vitally interested in its
growth, just as you the citizen is. As citizens; you too, are in-
terested in seeing a greater and more prosperous Port St. Joe.
You want your children to have all the possible advantages that
your city can give them. Then for any improvements and progress
to be possible, we must all work together toward that goal.

Segregation: More Than A Color Bar
Fromn The Gulf County Breeze
A letter came to us recently from a friend, a professor
at an Alabama college. Among other things, he offered, us a job
and told us he did not agree with our stand on segregation.
We had no trouble answering his job offer: We had no
choice.
But his remark about our stand on segregation caused us
some pause and puzzlement because; to the best of our recol-
lection, we have never taken a stand on this issue. True, we have
printed several pro-segregation articles, but more because of their
'uniqueness and reader interest than because they necessarily
reflected our position on segregation.
In point of fact, we are a fervent believer in segregation.
Any kind.
But so is every man who is in possession of his senses
and has a will of his own. The principal of segregation is as old
as mankind (actually older), and no law other than the unwritten
law of human conduct in this matter will prevail in the long run.
When we speak of segregation here, we do not mean
separation of the races alone, or, more specifically separation of
black and white. We believe respecting the mixing of races, that
if in the course of human events, it is intended to be, it will be.
But nature will be the governing factor, not nine old day-dreamers
invading the province of national and state legislatures.
If you pause a moment, you will realize that wherever!
people are found so will segregation be found. It is an age-old
pattern.


Negroes, wherever they go, group together.
Italians, wherever they go, .group .together.
Slav, wherever they go, group together.
So with Jews, Chinese, French, Egyptians.
So with engineers, bridge players, dog lovers, flower
growers, stamp collectors, bosses, sporstmen, etc.
The reasons are legion. Basically, though, races group
together in a non-homeland because of their common background,
heritage, customs. This common denominator, within a group,
is a thread with which mutual interests and problems and joys
and sorrows are woven together in the knowledge that members
of the group will understand, sympathize, praise as no member
outside the group can.
No, segregation is not only a racial issue. Segregation
cuts across the whole of our social structure, regardless of race.
Wherever you go, whatever you do, whoever you are, are there
not some types of people with whom you would rather not assoc-
iate? Does the banker sip his daily tomato juice with the ditch
digger? Does the cop on the beat chum around with the chief
of police? Which of you has not heard and shared in and ex-
pressed yourself this sentiment: "I wouldn't be caught dead as-
sociating with that one!" or "Oh, let's not invite that one!" The
principle- of segregation, pure and simple.
What are clubs but forms of segregation?
What are societies but forms of segregation?
What, indeed, in the final analysis, are churches but
forms of segregation?
Naturally, a person's color is a factor in segregation. Only
a fool would deny that it is awesome it is so colossal. But what
is unusual about black and white not mixing? Have black, white,
red, and yellow men ever interwoven in any combination, race-
wise.
But suppose one day they do. If the color bar is broken,
it will be broken by process of natural selection. That is, it will
have developed through daily race relations over a long period
of time.


Mrs. WSilder Hostess P service magazine, was given by
Mrs. Wlder HostessMrs. E. H. Van Landingham had I 'Mrs. Bob Ellzey..
To Circle Number 2 charge of the program. Her dvo- During the business session re-
ports were heard from the various
tional was John 15:1-8, and 2 Cor. chairmen. Circle chairman, Mrs.
Mrs. B. W. Wilder was hostess 4:5-6, followed with a prayer by Daughtry, requested that all chair-
to- Circle No. 2 of the First Baptist Mrs. Pridgeon. "The Small Brown m h e eu et prepared
WMU Tuesday afternoon at 3:00 Table", an article from the Royal at have next meeting.. The meeting
was adjourned with a prayer by
Enforced integration of races by court of law is revolt- Mrs. Daughtry.
ing, even to the most callous. It will make a battleground of Refreshments were served by the
whatever inter-color progress has been made. Enforced integra- hostess to the eight members pres-
tion in the long run will fail because it is the father of terror, ent, and two visitors, Mrs. Clarence
Pridgeon and Mrs. H. E. Rich.
strife, bitterness spawning "overnight," never dying, and heal- ridgeon and Mrs. H. E. Rich.
ing only after centuries have died.SCS Circle Number 1
The red, white, yellow, and black man have never, in
the history of mankind, mixed successfully racewise. There is Meets With Mrs. Gibson
no reason to suppose they ever will, racewise, in the normal course --
of events, let alone by nine men in a castle of dreams. Circle One of the Woman's So-
It seems to us that the Supreme Court, in being so zealous city of Christian Service of the
of insuring the right of equal opportunity, has taken a stranglehold First Methodist Church met in the
C. I home of Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr., on
on the right of an individual to choose his associates, two rights Auhome of Mrs. Roy Gibson, t 20 at 3 Sr, onm
which hob-nob together quite a bit, to the eternal detriment of,
the former. Prior to the meeting, the hostess
Question. Should it be permissable for anyone to stran- served refreshment tor ten me -
gle that second right in-an effort to strengthen that first one? Drennen of Apalachicola, guest of
We say no. The right to choose one's associates is a very Mrs. George Patton.
real part of our every day fabric of life. The right of equal op- Mrs. 1ake Beln, program chair-
portunity is largely imaginary, an unreachable ideal, doomed to man, presented the program "To
remain such, we fear, as long as people are people. Live Your Whole Life in These Try.


First Baptist Church, in her home
at White City, Monday afternoon
at 3 p.m. Mrs. Joe Bracewell was
in charge of the meeting. Mrs. W.
C. Pridgeon, WMTJ president, op-
ened the meeting with a prayer.
Mrs. Bracewlel chose several scrip-
tures on missions as the devotional.
Mrs. J. 0. Baggett gave ,an inter-
esting reading on "Making Missions
Personal". Mrs. C. A. McClellan
gave an interesting talk on the
new southwide president.
Durin gthe business session, a


bert Richards will bring :,he-me-
sage at the evening worship service
at 8:00 p.m. Mr. Richards will ted
of his experiences at the 3Ih.',.
dist Laymen's Meeting which was.
held at Lake Junaluska, Norzh
Carolina several weeks ago.
The church is fully air-conditioa-
ed and a nursery is provided for
the smaller children.

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PAGE .THREE


4TrHURSDAY, AUGUST 231 1956


ing Times", She talked on this count was made of those present
subject and gave interesting facts. and included seven members, five
Mrs. George Patton gave the devo- visitors and three Sunbeams.
tional' taken from the 46 Psalm fol- A social period followed and Mrs.
lowed with prayer by Mrs. Drennen. Rich conducted the members onr a
Mrs. Morgan Jones, chairman ot tour of her new home that. h a just
the circle, presided over the brief been completed.
business meeting. The meeting closed with a prayer..
The meeting closed with the
WsCs benediction Hubert Richards To Give

Circle 6 Meets With Sermon Sunday Night
Mrs.1. J. Rich Monday The public is given a cordial in-
vitation to attend the services of
the First Methodist Church on ais
Mrs. E. J. Rich was hostess to
coming Sunday. The pastor will
numbers of Circle 6 of the Wo- bring the message at. the morning
nan's Missionary Society of the worship service at 11:00 a.m. Hu-"


I







PAGE FOUl
FOR RENT: Unfurnished house. FOR SALE: New 2 bedroom house
A A% Fri AD| ,1305 Long Ave. See Bobby Bax- n Oak Grove. See or call E. L.
C[S-t* I 4 ,'" M A D ley or phone 7-4903. tfcS-23 Lightfoot, Madison St.. 2tp
FOR NT nfurnished pa FOR SALE: Upright piano. In good WANTED: Man, lady or couple for
OR ts To: Unurple ony.ihed apart- condition. $100, See J. F. Daniell, full or part-time job. Write, Great
mnt. To couple only. 15 3 216 9th St. South, Bonifay, Fla. -- .. 724
FOR SALE: 51 Mercury 2-door. A REAL BUY in a two-story apart-
FOR RENT: furnished house at Good condition. Take up pay- meant house at Beacon Hill.
Beacon Hill. See Silas R. St o fments. Phone 7-4001. Terms. See Chris Martin at Roches.
or phone 7-7161.
SFOR SALE: 3 bedroom home con- $400 MONTHLY SPARE TIME
FOR RENT: Two furnisned. apart- venient to school and town. Re- Refilling and collecting money from
menti. Apply Mrs. Charles Brown cently done over inside. See house our five cent High Grade Nut ma-
305 6th St. tfc8-23 220 6th St., Contact 0. M. Taylor. tf chines in this area. No Selling! To


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*~HI STAR. PORT SS, 4~E, GULP COUNTY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AL'~LJOT ~8, 1066


qualify for work you must have car, TV ANTENNAS installed, clean-
ref~rences, $640 cash, secured by ed and re-wired. Phone BA 7-9921.
Inventory. Devoting 6 hours a week Bill Bowen. tfic6-14
to business, your end on percentage
collections will net up to $400 r'OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
monthly with very good possibili- service, call BIL'S PLUMBING.
ties of taking over full time. In- *hone 7-7846. Outboard motors re,
come increasing accordingly. For paired, also.
interview, include phone in appli- USED PIANOS
cation. Write Eastern Distributing from $25.00
Co., 11 N. Juniper St., Phila. 7, Pa. MELODY MUSIC MART
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. Palm 137Haritson lAve.
Blvd., Good condition. Down pay- PIANO TUNING and REPAIR
ment $1200. Balance on FHA Dan. AN MELODY MUSIC MART
FRANK HANNON MELODY MUSIC MART
-.--I..- -R 13 Hrrison Ave. Phone SU 54711


Registered Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-3491
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Special discounts to,
Churches and Civic Groups
All Work Guaranteed
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Ph. 7-4691 509 10th St.
SPECIAL SERVICES
ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work
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BICYCLE PARTS for your physician's prescriptions.
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.-3032. tic 4e > 1 ** **ft *d 9 #0 S
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav- It pays to advertse-try it!
lug money see us for anything
vou need in your home. STOP and R~ A. M.-Regular convocation of
SWAP SHOP. St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. |
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116, Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights secretary.
800 p.m., American Legion Home THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AMevery second and
fourth Friday night at 8:00 p.m.
All Master Masons cordially Invited.
J. B. GRIFFITH, W. M.
)ECORATING F. W. CHANDLER, Sec.
- HOME REPAIR
s R A LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
s Arranged Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
RUCTION CO. Fourth St.. meeting night every other
All 7-4871 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, N. G.
A. P. GILBERT, Secty.
ALCOHOLISM, recognized by the
American Medical Association as
a disease, is no respector of pAr-
sons, nor is it essentially a mo.'al
question. A group of the new world-
wide fellowship of Alcoholics An-
onymous has been formed in Port
St. Joe and is now holding meet-
ings twice a week. All' persons de-
siring the services of this group
may contact P. 0. Box 241 or call
BAll 7-3646.
LEGAL AD'/ERTISING
IN THIE ClRCUIT COURT OF
T--E FOURTEENTH JUDI-
'CIIAIL CIRCUIT, GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
o-LIN CHANCERY
DORA LEE SEWEVLL, )
PLAINTIFF )
JOHNNIE E. SEWELL, )
DEFENDANT
NOTICE TO: PEC. JOHNNIE E.
SET'ELL RA 14354119 SERVICE
COMPANY, 7th CAVALRY, APO
201, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORr
NIA.
On or before the 24th day of Sep-
.Ks- 'tember, A.D.,. 19,56, the defendant,
Johnnie E. Sewell, is required to
serve upon Ernest C. Wimbarly,
plaintiff's attorney, whose address
S. is 303 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of, and file with
Sthe Clerk of this court the original
.. :..;'";. of, an answer to the Complaint for
divorce filed against him herein.
.. WIlNESS my hand and seal of
"! said court at Wewahitchka, Gulf
County, Florida, this the 21st day
of August A.D., 195b.
George Y. Core
as Clerk of said Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-8-23

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TALLjAHASSBE More pine
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year than ever before, Management
Chief R. A. Bonninghausen report-
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"We're'expecting a bumper crop
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the pine seedlings to landowners at
cost, $4.00 per thousand f.o.b. at
the nursery.
For an additional 35 cents per
thousand seedlings, landowners liv-
ing In north and northwest Florida
can have their rseedlings delivered
by truck from the nursery to the
Florida Forest Service station near-
est to their rhome.
,, 'Landowners ordering up to 25,-
000 seedlings should enclose a
check for their seedlings with the
application. If their order is for
more than 25,000, they will receive
a notice after the deadline as to
the amount they will receive.
Landowners interested in plant-
ing pine trees this year should get
their orter in before September 1
deadline. Seedling applications may
be obtained by writing to the Flor-
ida Forest Service, P. 0. Box 1200,
Tallahassee, or by contacting FFS
,farmr foresters, district foresters,
count agents or 'Soil Conservation
Service offices.
"Under the provisions of the Soil
Bank Act, farmers can receive fi-
nancial assistance from the g'vern-
ment for planting to pine trees ac-
reage which they retire from agri-
cultural crops," Bonninghausen
said ... "But farmers who arc
planning to take advantage of this
program should get their seedling
orders in early."
LT. CHARLES GUILFORD
ASSIGNED TO FT. STEWART
FORkT STEWART, GA. First
Lt. Charles E. Guilford.son of Mr.
and Mrs. James R. Guilford, Port
St. Joe, recently was assigned to
the 710th Tank Battalion at Fort
Stewart, Ga.
* Lieutenant Guilford entered the
Army in 1951 and completed basic
training at Fort Jackson, S. C. He
was last stationed in Japan.
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PAG1 SIX


MINUTES OF THE
COUNTY COMMISSION

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
AUGUST 1, 1956
The Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florida met this date in spec
lal session with the following imn(mIbhei ples
*;t: E. C. Harden, Sr, Chairman, J. 0.
lfoe t tt -, Hart, 1 % kt ll !ew alt
O(orgeAi' W Co ei. The COlt ,f ar ao'
Attorney Gaskin were also present.
The meeting came to order at 7:15 p.m
The Chairman announced thas this meet
ing was called for the purpose of hearing a
request from the City of Port St. Joe fo
financial aid in the construction of an over
fpass on U. S. Highway 98 in the Gity o
Port St. Joe.
The Honorable J. L. Sharit, Mayor of the
City of Port St. Joe appeared before the
Board and told the Board that for the pas
five years the Apalachicola Northern Rail
road Company has been trying to get the
State Road Department to construct at
Overpass on U. S. Highway No. 98 where
the Railroad crosses said highway near thh
Paper Mill Wood Yard; that a contract fo
aid Overpass has now been let to Coggi]
and Deermont Construction .n.i... tha
the Apalachicola Northern i. i i.... i Corn
pany has agreed to pay 10% of the cos
of laid Overpass and the State Road De
apartment will pay the balance, .-- .. the
State Road Department finds *.-.t does
not have enough primary Road funds avail
able to complete said project and if said
project is completed, it will be necessary
t use approximately $30,000.00 of the
Secondary Road allocated t oGulf County
Mr. Sharit then presented resolution from
the City of Port St. Joe, to-wit:
WHEREAS, it has been determined by
the Octy Commission of the City of Por
St. Joe, Florida that in order for the State
Road Department of Florida to construct an
overpass along a portion of U. S Highway
8, within the City limits of Port St. Joe
it is necessary that certain -sanitary City
sewer liner in that particular area be re
WHEREAS, it Is the desire and request
of the City Commission of the City of Por
at. Joe, Florida that the Board of County
ommilsioners of Gulf Cunty, Florida allo
ate a sum fo money not to exceed Thirty
Thousand ($80,000.00) Dollars, said sum
*f zwtey to be paid out of the Secondary
oad Fund oft Gulf County, Florida for the
years 1057-1958.
Section 1. That a certified copy of htis
Resolution be forwarded to the Board o
County Oommissioners, Gulf Cunty, Florida
at Wewahitchka, Florida.
The above sum shall be -deducted from
aiy allocation to the City of Port St. Joe
io mthe Secondary Road funds for th
fiscal year 195T-58.
Introduced and adopted at a special meet
Ing of the City Commissioners of the Cit;
df Port St. Joe, Florida this 1st day o
August A.D. 1956.
s//J. L. SHARIT
mayor-Commissionpr
ATIEST:
/s/B. W. HENDERSON
City Auditor and Clerk
(Seal of the City of Port St. Joe)
After lengthy discussion, Commissione
Price offered the following resolution an
loved tfor its adoption, seconded by Conmm
eoper and upon vte was unanimously car
Tled, to-wlt:
RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, the State Road Departmen
of Florida anticipates the construc i o
overpass on IT. S. Highway 98 within th
City of Port St. Joe, Florida; and
WHEREAS, the Board of County Con
mlssionard of Gulf County, Florida hav
been request to allocate certain secondary
road funds to assist in the said construe
tion;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVE
Iby the Board of County Commissioners o
49 COoanty, Florida in special session dul
Asemblesd that the State Road Deparl
ment of Florida is hereby authorized to a
locate a sum not to exceed $80,000.00 front
the Gulf County share of hte secondam
.toad fund I&t the fi-eal year 1957-58 1
t in the conartiron ,of an overpass o
S. Highway 98 within the City of Poer
t. Joe, orida provided however, that
aid construction all sewer lines shall b
replaeed and the said overpass completed.
Adopted this 1st day of August A.D
1966 (end)
S Mr. Sharit thanked the Board for ii
action to aid in the cost of thle overpass
and then told the Board that the City o
Por St. Joe will contribute he sum of $5,00
to the Gulf County Mosquito Control prc
= to be used in the City of Port S
There being no further business, the mnee
hlg did then adjourn.
-George Y. Core E. C. Harden, S
Saltk Chairma


ma 'r-, ~n ;40,uI.p oov'!v t.fI0A. -t ~-~.-9S~c- pj-r--a~*OP ~ C;aol THUR;;-LSDAY; AUGU6T;I 1


S WEWAHITGHKA, FLORIDA i-ed that said $07804 be paid to the City the Count share of the 19874938 hettn- (City of Port St. Joe heal)
AUGUST 7, 1956 of Port St. Joe to be used in the fighting dary Road funds, to assist in the cdnstrue- After due consideration, there Was a re-
The, Board of County Commissioners of of fires within the St; Joseph Fire Control tin of an overpass on U. S. Highway 9, solution introduced by Comm. Cooper, see-
I Gulf County, Florida met this date in regu- District. was rejected by the State Road Department. onded by Comm. Price and upon vote was
lar monthly session with the following me- Chairman Harden and Comm. Cooper re- Mr. Sharit then requested the Countr y to duly adopted, to-wit:
hers present: E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, ported that they attended the National As- adopt a resolution calling for -an expendi-:. RESOLUTION
J. C. Price, George W. Cooper and T. D. sociation of Codnty Officials meeting on July ture of $380 0oO0 from the 1967-1958 eac- WHEREAS, the City Commissioners of the
Whitfield. The Clerk, Sheriff, Attorneys, 22ndthru 26th and that they learned many ondary road funds, to be expended by the City. of Port St. Joe, Florida have requested
County Engineer and Road Supt. were alo things that will aid in the operation of In- State Road Department on the following by resolution that the Board of County Corn-
present. dexing Court matters liens and judgments projects: : :missioners request the State Road Depart-
The meeting came to order at 9 o'clock in the Clerks office. Mr. Core informed the 1. Up to $10,000.00 to repair U. S. 98 in ment of Florida to allocate from the See-
a.m. Board that he personally paid all bi ex- the City of Port St. Joe. ondary Road Fund of Gulf County for their is-
The minutes of July 2nd, Srd, and 18th penses in connection with this School and 2. Any excess from said $10,000. to be cal year 1957-58 the sum of $10,000.00 to
were read, approved and adopted, that the County will not be charged for applied to an excess road to Kenney's Mill. be applied on repairing that part of TJ. S.
Mrs. Anne Mae -Sikes, State Home Denm- said expenses. 3. $20,000.00 on Long Avenue in the Highway 98 in the City of Port St. Joe,
onstration Agent informed the Board by The George Tapper Company, Inc:, City of Port St. Joe, all of which to be de- Florida that is damaged as a result of the
letter that the Board of Control approved presented a plat of "Ward Ridge, Florida, ducted from any amount of Secondary Roal construction of an overpass thereon; and
the appointment of Mrs. Mildred Fancher Unit One". Whereupon, said plat was duly funds that may be allocated to the City of that any amount remaining therefrom be
tas Rome Demonstration Agent for Gulf accepted and approved. The same being re- Port St, Joe for the fiscal year of 1957- used to assist in building- access roads to
County effective August 1, 1956. -Where- corded in Plat Book 2, page 8. 1958. Mr. Smharit then oresented the fol- the St. Joe Lumber Company or Kenney's
r upon there was a motion by Comm. Whit- A discussion was had with reference to lowminig resolution: sawmill area; and that a further sum of
field, seconded by Comm. Price and upon the County purchasing a site far time two RESOLUTION NO. 25 $20,000.00 be allocated for improvements
Svote was unanimously carried, that Mrs. Health Centers for Gulf County. The Health WHEREAS, it is the desire and request and construction of Long Avenue in the
Mildred Fancher be employed as Home Center Committee having recommended that of the City Commission of the City of Port Cityof Port St. Joe, Florida; and
Demonstration Agent for Gulf County, be- the Port St. Joe Health Center be construct- St. Joe, Florida that the Board of Count WHEREAS, the Board of County com-
e inning August 1, 1956 at an annual salary d on Lots 2 and 4 of Block 26 in the City Commissioners of Gulf County, Florida al- missioners of Gulf .County-, Florida have
an travel expense of $2100.00, payable of Port St. Joe. -Whereupon, there wea locate a sum of money not in excess of Ten considered the request of the City Commis-
tfrom County funds as provided for in the motion by Comm. Cooper, seconded by Thousand ($10,000.00) Dollars, sail sum signers of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida;
" budget. iComm. Price and upon vote was unanimously to be applied on repaid to a portion of U. and,
e it. Laird, County Farm Agent, intro- carried that said lots 2 and 4 of Block 26, S. Highway 98 in the City of Port St Joe, WHEREAS, the Board of County (';,C-m-
R duced Mrs. Mildred Fancher. Mrs. Fancher City of Port St. Joe be purchased from Mr. Florida were an overpass is to be constriel- missioners adopted a resolution allocating
Thanked the Board for her appointment and J. F. Daniell'for the sum of $5,000.00 to ed by the State Road Departmeit of- Flor- the sum of $80,000.00 to projects within
e talked to the Board with reference to her be used as a site for the Port St. Joe Health ida and the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, said reso-
r plans for Home Demonstration work in Gulf Center, providing said sight is approved by 'VHEREnS, any oemainin amount of lution bearing date the 1st day of Aug ist,
m County. the Florida Development Commission. the above Ten Thousand ($10,000.10) Dol- 1956; and,
S Whereupon, in order to meet the necess- The Clerk advised the Board that the lars not used for repair on U. S. Highway WHEREAS, the Board of County Comn.s-
t ary expenses chargable to the several Coun- construction application for the Gulf County 98, shall be provided to assist in building signers are now advised that the afor'men-
tv funds, the Board of County Commission- Health Centers that have been approved by access roads to the St. Joe Lumber and tioned resolution was rejected by tim' State
Se'rs of Gulf County, Florida hereby declare the Florida Development Commission, call- Export Company and or Kenney's sawmill Road Department of Florida;
e the tax rate on the dollar as set opposite ed for an estimated cost woich the Federal area, and i NOW, THEREFORE, BE iT RESOLVE.
- each fund listed below, and is hereby levied, Government may participate in, calis for WHEREAS, it is further the desire and By the Board of County Commi.ssimonrs in
S assessed and is hereby imposed upon all a i exencituie of $4,000.00 for the acqui- request of the City Commission of the City regular session duly assembled, t.iat the re-
of the property lying and being within the sition of a sight for the Wewahitychka Hfelth of Port St. Joe, Florida that the Board of solution adopted on the lst day of Algulit,
SCounty of Gulf and State of Florida on the Center. County Commissioners of Gulf County, Flo- 1956, be,- and the same is ha5eby ievokd.
first day of January A.D. 1956 as follows: The following presented bills to the Coun. ida allocate an additional Twenty Thousand reminded and annulled; and,
GENERAL FUND 5.5 mills ty for expenses for attending the NA.C.O. ($20,000.00) Dollars for improvements and Be it further resolved that the State Roid
FINE & FORFEITURE FUND 2.0 mills meeting and same were duly approved: construction on Long Avenue in the C ty Department of Florida, be, an.d they' are
ROAD and BRIDGE FUND 3.0 mills E. C. Harden, Sr., Expenses $158.68. of Port St. Joe, Florida; all of ihe above hereby requested to.allocate from the S-c.
t ST. JOSEPH FIRE CONTROL George W Cooper, Expenses, $49.70 funds to be allocated from the 195T-u6 Sec- ondary Road Fund for the fiscal year 1.7..
S DISTRICT FUND .5 mills Silas R. Stone, Expenses, $23.85. ondary Road Funds of Gulf County, riorida, 58 the following sums for the purposes theie-
S FOR FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF The above expenses for Com. Harden rop- and
HEALTH (use and benefit of resented his total expenses and the balance WHEREAS, the above sum shall be de-
S Gulf Co. Health Dept.) .8 mills of expenses for Comm. Cooper and Attor- ducted from any allocation to the City cf .-
TOTAL 11.8 mills ney Stone is in addition to tmeir transports- Port St. Joe, Florida from the Secondary
Whereupon, the Board of Public Instruc- tion that was paid in advance in the amount Road Funds of Gulf County, Florida for the
Stion of Gulf County, Florida having crtif'ed of $505.20. fiscal -years 1957-58.
i time rate of millage necessary for the County Bills were presented, examined, approved SECTION 1. That a certified copy of this
S School Funds, the Board of County Commis- and ordered paid. Resolution be forwarded to the Board of
S sioners of Gulf County, Florida, hereby de- The payrolls for the Road Crew, County County Commissioners, Gulf County, Florida
Scare the rate on the dollar upon all pro- Employees and Mosquito Control Distr'ct in Wewahitchka, Florila
y perty lying and being within the Cooaary cf for the month of July were approved and ra- INTRODUCED and adopted at a reg et
SGulf and State of Florida on the first day tified as paid. meeting of the City Commission of the Gry
of January A.D. 1966, as follows; Hon. J. L. Sharit, Mayor of the City cf of Port St. Joe, Florida held on the 7th d,,y
COUNTY CURRENT SCHOOL Port St. Joe appeared before the Board o0 August A. D., 1956.
FUND 10.0 mills and informed the Board that the action tak- ATTEST: -
SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DIST. en by this Board in a Special meeting held /s/ R. W. HENDERSON
f CURRENT FUND 10.0 mills August 1, 1956, adopting a resolution re- City Auditor and Clerk
S DISTRICT BOND INTEREST & questing the State Road Depar'-ment to al- /s/ J. L. SHARIT I
SINKING FUND, DISTRICT locate a sum not to exceed $8S 000 00 from. Mayor-Commissioner
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The Clerk reported that the St. Joseph
Land ad and Development Company, on the 7th
day of December, 1955, deeded Gulf County
a right of way 25 feet on each side of a
center line described in that certain deed
recorded in Deed Book 28, page 380, Pub-
lic Records of Gulf County, Florida; said
parcel of land to be used for a public Road
running from U. S. 98 to the Kennye Mill
area; since the transfer of said right of
way, it has become necessary to re-locate
said road; the new road having been re-lo-
cated by the State Road Department and
the St. Joseph Land and Development Com-
pany on the 30th day of June, 1956 exe-
cuted a deed for the new right of way, the
same being recorded in Deed Book 30, page
60, public Records of Gulf County, Florida;
that the St. Joseph Land and Development
Company request Gulf County to convey
the discontinued right of way first above
mentioned to said Company. -Whereupon
Ill., discussion and being advised by the
Atlorn-y and County Engineer, there was a
'r.otio by Comm. Whitfield, seconded by
Comm. Cooper and upon vote was unani-
mously carried, that Gulf County convey
said property as described in Deed Book
28, Page 330 to the St. Joseph Land and
Development Company and that the Chair-
man and Clerk are hereby directed to exe-
cute same in the name of Gulf County.
After discussion with reference to a new
road from Kenney's mill to U. S. 98, on mo.
rion .. Comm. Cooper, seconded by Comm.
Wh.,rf.i.ld a resolution was adopted to se-
cure a right-of-way for that portion of Sec-
tion 5108, State Road No. 882, extending
from State Road No. 80 Easterly to Old
Kenney Mill Road in Section 85 and 86,
Township 7 South, Range 11 -West which
has been surveyed and located by the State
Road Department as shown by a map on
file in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit.
Court of said County, and in the office of
the said Department at Tallahassee.
Comm. Cooper told the Board that there
is a balance of $578.64 in the St. Joseph
Firt Control District Fund and that same
should be paid over to the City of Port St. I
Joe to be used in fighting fires within the
St. Joseph Fire Control District. -Where-
upon, there was a motion by Comm. Coop-
er, seconded by Comm. Price and duly car-


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U. S. h,eirar .98 in the Cily of Por' tS George Y, Cord
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According to Mrs. Charles Brown, problems with other nearby coun- of handicapped children in our Southern Scholarship and Research
airman of the local committee, ties, and with experts in diagnosis county," said Mrs. Brown. "We Foundation, said the money repre-
presenttatives from county com- and treatment." hope you can attend the conference sents an investment in a second a
ittees throughout the "Big Bend" Mrs. Brown pointed out that Gulf in Tallahassee. It is nearby, and Cooperative Living House at FSU.
ea have helped plan the confer- county is like many counties in the it's the first one that has ever been Bought for $12,00, the house is
ace, which will enable counties in "Big Bend" area. It cannot provide held for a special area." being renovated and enlarged at a .
e area to learn what services are "big county" services for handicap- cost of $3,000 for 15 students who ,..
*ailable, and how to get thorm, ped children. The load thus fall's Out of Town On Business will start using it in middSeptem-
he conference is the first of five upon the public schools, local hran- M. P. Tomlinson was in Blounts- ber. The 15 will have their housing .
strict conferences which will be ches of state health and welfare town all day Tuesday transacting free but will do their own house- ..... ...
ild in different parts of the s:ate, agencies, and volunteer civic and business. keeping and cook their own meals; .." ...
Robert Nedtey, on of Mr. and Marsha Cargill Attends Course For Band Majorettes
Mrs. I. C. Nedley of this city will
be one of the occupants of the new Mrs. Pat Hooker (center, -fore- Miss.; Patricia Nettles of Brook- House Guests Here
house. ground) offers instruction to six haven and Gerry Lawrence of Bi- Miss Mabel Doke of Alachua and
-1i Attend Wedding Here fourth annual Summer Music Camp sters enrolled in the camp, which h be t '-f
II.i.iHeaveiteen__eouse guests.o
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Van Horn ow underway at Mississippi Sou- features instruction in orchestra, Miss Sibbie Brinson. They rtend-
and sons Kenneth and Jimmy flew then College. The girls are, from band. chorus, baton twirling, con- ed the wedding of Miss Etta -
left: Nina Campbell of Wiggins, ducting, instrumental repair, music,
from Dallas, Texas Friday to attend ryn Mar in and Billy Fred Parrish
the MartinParrish wedding. They 1 Miss.; Grovernell Little of Andalu- .theory and dance band. The camp on Friday evening '
were the guests of Mr. Van Horn's sia, Ala.; Marsha Cargill of Port was climaxed by a concert, with ----- ------
IN BEAUTIFUL NEW parents, Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Van St. Joe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. all of the Musicampers participat-I Star Want Ads Get R'esulti
Horn of Beacon Hill. W. T. Cargill; Vi Tarrer of Forest, ing Sunday afternoon, August 12. It pa s Li aadverLtisp try it!
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eorg Tapper Co.

WARD RIDGE, FLORIDA


HERE ARE JUS A FEW OF E BG VALUES OU'L IN..


At WEBB'S..


. Headquarters For School Supplies


J4M


This GMC has"muscles"


unsurpassed in its class!


The facts speak fer themselves.
This new GMC 250-8 has 180 V8
horsepower standard. No- other
truck in its class comes even close.
The extra power delivers 276 foot-
pounds of truck-propelling torque.
Over-the-road truckers call it "guts"
- and this GMC's got up to 33%
more than the others.
It's at the top of the heap in frame-
strength, too. There's as muc`-
10% more "muscle" in its c
than in comparable trucks.
And there's more. For this .

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7200 lb. rear'- unsurpassed in its
weight-bracket. It has extra-size
brakes and springs.
Add it all up and you can see what
GMC Blue Chip stamina really
means. Especially when you team it
with a GMC's dependable perform-
ance and Hydra-Matic* savings.
For here's a truck' that not only
delivers the goods at lowest cost -
keeps delivering long after an
... inary truck would have faded
-" and talk it over!


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Port St. Joe, Florida


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Large Package 25c ANKLETS Fruit of the Loom Index Guides 10c
Medium Package 10c Assorted Colors FruitBofstndh File Box 29c
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George G. Tapper Co.

WARD RIDGE, FLORIDA


!Bride Elect Is
Honored With Party
Miss Etta Kathryn Martin, bride-
elect of August 17, was honored at
a kitchen shower recently at the
I home of Mrs. Hubert Brinson on


Sikes Tells of Federal Aid Available
For Municipal Water Pollution Control


WARD RIDGE



Trailer Park

SITES FOR RENT


All New and Modern


6th Street. Serving as hostesses Water Pollution Control Act which
were her daughter, Miss Sibble authorized Federal grants to muni-


Brinso* Miss Mabel DIoke, and
Miss Frances Wilson..
An arrangement of yellow daisies
and chrysanthemums centered the
punch table. Suspended from the
ceiling was a watering pot holding
streamers of green satin ribbon.
Centering the mantle was an ar-
rangement of yellow daisies and
gladioli in a large wedding ring
holding two white doves and wed-
ding bells and balanced by a min-
iature bride doll.
Approximately 15 guests attend-
ed the party including the bride's
mother, Mrs. Chris Martin and her
sister, Mrs. George Zeigler of
Portsmouth, Va.
4 (
Return To Virginia
Mr. and Mrs. George Zeigler and
children Chris Ann and Steve re-
turned to their home in Portsmouth,
Va., Wednesday. Mrs. Zeigler and
children have been the guests of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chria
Martin for three weeks. Mr. Zeigler
arrived Wednesday to attend the
wedding of Miss Etta Kathryn Mar-
tin and Billy Joe Parrish Mrs. Zeig-
ler and Chris Ann were attendants
in the wedding.


cipalities to assist them in the con-
struction of necessary sewage treat-
ment works as a pollution control,
water conservation measure.
The act also authorizes a five;
year program of grants to States
and to interstate water pollution
control agencies to assist them in
developing their own pollution con-
trol operations, A revised Federal
enforcement procedure for control
of interstate pollution and greater
Federal support of water pollution
research are among other important
provisions of the act.
Congressman Sikec. .urged inter-
ested municipalities to take immed-
iate steps to take advantage of the
new program.
David V. 'Lee, (Florida State
Health Department, Box 210, Jack-
sonville 1, Florida, will have charge
of the program in this state and' full
information can be obtained from
him and applications filed through
him.
In the construction of sewage
disposal facilities, federal' grants
are limited to 30% of the cost oi
the project and grants are limited
to a maximum of $250,000.


Congressman Bob Sikes today
called attention of municipalities
to the value of the new Federal


Martins Entertain
With Seated Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Martin enter-
tained at a seated dinner last
Thursday evening to honor their
daughter, Miss Etta Kathryn Mar-
tin and Billy Fred Parrish, follow-
ing the rehearsal for their wedding,
which was solemnized at 7:30 Fri-
day evening in the First Methodist
Church. Setting for the affair was
the social room of the church.
Invited were 24 guests including
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Parrish, par.
ents of the bridegroom, the wedd-
ing party and out-of-town friends.

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Now is the time of year when
thrifty buyers can pick up brand-
new cars at enormous savings.
We've still got a good selection of
models and price ranges-and
we're giving fantastic allowances
to move them out fast. Every car
shiny, new, luxurious-yours
while they last, at terms to fit
your budget;


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models-more power per dollar.
NEW4-DOOR HARDTOP PHAETONS
in 4 price ranges.
NEW SELECTION OF MODELS in.
cluding convertibles,, hardtops, sedans,
and station wagons.


Come in todaythey'll go quickly! Be time yet for your big buy


like a kneehole desk like this one in hand-


some walnut or mahogany finish. It has 7
cious drawers with antique English dra
pulls. And just picture the many uses, for v
ing, for children studying, for storage of
portant papers and other items. With the c
set, lamp and the smart desk chair, you h
a wonderful yalue that really spells econo


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Port St. Joe, Florida


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point pen (with standard size [i',er) r:nd stand,
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VIsit in r rF VWalUo
Mr. and Mrs. Bert "Munn and sons
3 k, and Bob were'the guests of
Mrs. Munn's sister and brother-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Teague
in Fort Walton Beach the past .
week end. Connie Munn who has
been the guest of her aunt and un-'
cle for the past week returned with
her parents.

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of Pascagoula, Mississippi, are vis-
NEWCS F OM iting relatives here this week.
Miss Mavis Butts sent the week
Highland View at the Baptist Assembly grounds.
IW """UUMr. and Mrs. O. H. Thompson of
By HELEN RICHARDS St. Augustine spent the week end
Phone BAll 7-2627 with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Garrett.
Mrs. J. L Parker and children,
Mrs. Lukie Barrow, Mrs. Addie Janice, Faye and Lamar, of Holt,
Byrd, Mrs. Alma Paige and son of were the week end guests of Mr.
Carrabelle visited Mrs. Clinton Cox and Mrs. W. V. Burke and Mr. and
and family Saturday afternoon. Mrs. G. W. 'Skipper, and family.
Mr. and-Mrs. George Ramsey and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Skipper
Preston, accompanied by Gene and and children, Ronnie, Devon and
Jimmy Cox motored to Tyndall Allen, of Pensacola, spent the week
Field, Friday to see the air show. end with Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Burke
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. James and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Skipper.
Grissett will be happy to learn of Mrs. Videll Dykes and daughters
the birth of a son to them, August of Vernon, and Mrs. Lena Worley
16. and son of Panama City, spent the
Mrs. Jim Whit'ington and family week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
I


M. P. TOMLINSON


[ THE BAFFLES


Mrs. Brooks Kennington and
sons, Tommie and Buddy, have re-
turned home from several weeks
visit in Theodore, Ala.7'Mr. Ken-
nington underwent an appendix op-
eration at the Mobile Infirmary.
His many friends will be glad 'o
know that he has recovered and
resumed his work there.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Zorn and
son, Oscar, of Albany, Georgia,
spent the week end with Mrs. W.
P. Coleman.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Newsome had
as their guests this week, Mis.
Kelly Hills and son Jimmy and
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Newsome.
Robert Gilbert of Hostord visit-
ed Clinton Cox Tuesday morning.
G. A.'s from the Highland View
Baptist Church, attending the G. A.
associational meeting, held at Par-
ker on Tuesday of last week, were
Linda Thomas, Jackie Johnson,
Gall Roberts, Sandra Adams, Laney


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McQuaig, Branch, Pitnky Whitfield, Carol
Weekend guests of Mt. and Mrs. 'Johnson, Audry Ann Brock, Helen
J L. McQuaig, were Rev. and Mrs.. Richards, Judy Carter, Libby Ad-
Robert Johnson and sons, Bustei' ams, Jeanie Coker, Sarah Catherine
and Johnnie, of Frost Proof. iOumble and Rosa Lee Keels.
Mrs. Archie Floyd underwent aL The Highland View Baptist (,
appendix operation on Monday, at A.'s met Monday at 4:16 with the
the Municipal Hospital. Her many president, Pinky Whitfield, presid-
friends wish her a speedy recovery, ing. ,Scripture was taken from 1
Mr. and- Mrs. John R. Hewett Cor. 1-4. The group sang two stan,
spent a week in DeFuniak Springs zas of "Jesus Calls Us" and repeat
with Mrs. J. W. Wooten. ed the watchword and allegiance.
Mrs. Sally Redd and children, Rosa Lee Keels read an interest-
Patty and Jimmy, spent a week in ing missionary story after which
Valdosta, Georgia, visiting Mrs. there was a discussion of the story.
Redd's brother and family, Sarah Catherine Cumble dismissed
Rev. and Mrs. L. F. Adams and with prayer.
children, Tommie, Sandra and Lib- The Highland View Baptist
by, visited over the week end at conducting a mu
Fanning Springs, Manatee Springs conducting a music
and the Suwannee River, returning school this week. The director is
by Wakulla Springs, where they Miss Rosa Lee D'Arpa. Everyone
spent Sunday, with Rev. Adams is cordially invited.
brother, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Ad-
ams and family.
Mrs. Robert Brown and daugh-
ter, Martha, of Zephyr Hills, spent
the week end with Rev. and Mrs.
L. F. Adams and family. .


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DRILL WELL, FURNISH PUMP, PIPE and POINT
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Phone 7-7454


Beacon Hill


Have your doctor phone us
or bring your prescriptions
to
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In Air-Conditioned Comfort

JOHN ROBERT SMITH
Pharmaceutical Chemist


S regular :no trade-in list price on
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NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Gardner
and children spent a few days in
Bagdad.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovett and
children returned home 'Saturday
after spending a few days in Ten-
nessee.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Norris and
children spent a few days in Mo-
bile, Alabama.
Srq~ Badlt of Panam


Dykes,
Mrs. Hester and son returned
home Saturday after spending a
few days with Miss Minnie Ola Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Norris and
children motored to Wewahitchka
Wednesday on business.
Mrs. Howard Linebargar and
Jenny Kay Norris motored to Pan-
ama City Thursday on business.
Miss Edna Carol Young returned
home Thursday after spending a
few weeks with her sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Pane in St. Louis, Mo.
Harold Hall is spending a "few
days iwth his wife, Mrs. Harold
Hall an parents, Mr. and Mrs.


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403 Monument Ave.


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Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd .Riley, and
children spent a few days in Peo-
sacola.
R. A. PRIDGEON, JR. TO
RECEIVE DEGREE AT AUBURN
Augurn, Ala. Bernard Adol-
phus Jridgeon, Jr., Port St. oe
who will receive the degree of
bachelor of industrial minat-ement.
is among the 519 student- who wili
be awarded degrees at summer
quarter graduation exercises at the
Alabama Polytechnic Institute on
August 24, at 5:30 p.m. in Cliff
Hare Stadium.
Pridgeon ,is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. B. A. Pridgeon, Sr., of White
City.

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City is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. ClevelandHall.
Jim Maddox. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Deese and
Howard Linebargar spent a few children of Texas, are spending a
days with his wife, Mrs. Howard few days with his parents, Mr. and
Linebargar and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mrs, Carl Deese.


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