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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 30, 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 &T. J0
A Progressive
Community With a
Modern, Progresilve
Weekly Newpape w


rt S Joe -The Outlet Port for the AlachicolaCha

Port St. Joe -The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Volley"


TE it STAR
Pubtlshed In Port St. Joe
But Devoted e To the Con
tinued Development of
Gulf County
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VOLUME XIX 'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1956. Single Copy U. NUMBER 53

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EIGHT TEACHERS SHORT
ETAOIN SHRDLU -tSt Joe Sch
tby WESL-EY R. RAMSEY Port St. S
-". '-. Tomorrow J
: While catching up on our reading
over the week end' we ran across
an a Loo m t Port St. Joe's schools will o
an article in Look magazine that
should make us truly ashamed of their doors tomorrow morning
ourselves. 88:30 to begin the 1956-1957 scl
We were reading of the condi- terms,
'i ons that abound on Indian reser- Principal Leroy Bowdoin
Satllons. Our dog sleeps in better that Friday will be a full scl
quarters than most Indians do. day with the lunch room onep
And then look on the map and serve meals.
see where their'reservations are. 'Buses wll run their regular sc
Almost invariably they are placed dule to carry pup ls to and fro ft
oR land that the white man doesn't home and school.
want In, the mid-West they. are Even though school starts
'placed on arid desert land to try with a full day of activity, the si
And scratch out an existence. In Jars will get a full day vacation
Florida, the Seminoles are quar- the second day of schooll w
:tered right in the middle of dismal they will be out for Labor Day
,swampland far from any land that The schools are expected to
the white man will even inhabit, another record this year for eni
It seems that some of these peo
Pie who are trying to "better"' it.
lot of the Negro could reall'.- du
some worthwhile work on the living t:..'. 1 n
conditions of the American liidin

The reason we didn't write a '
story on the mill being down for
a week Is that we felt everybody
knew it by now. We will give out
with the little note that it will "
.crank up with number two ma-
chine at 7:00 a.m. Tuesday morn.
ing while number one machine
will undergo repairs for a week.
It seems to me that the com-
pany could' have been a little
more concerned about the many
people affected ,by the week's
shutdown and released a news
story about the shut down last
week for the paper. But they 'Jdd-
n't see fit to.

The schools are all fr'verlsh about
getting opened and settled lbii
week Things. have sure chau.,e-d
from the time we were going tc.
school--wihlch wasri't so lone. ag i
We remember when it. was fashior-
able to hate thile lne when siuo1
would reopen. Now the children
seem glad to get back.
Don't know if the kids are getting .
soft or the teacher's using phychol- o
ogy. But whatever the reason, it orkm n MAVI
just doesn't seem natural. m v

With the re-opening of school Vlain Sewer' Li
the adult begins thinking of what
Sort of a football team will the Work was making headway l
home-town alma mater have this week on moving, the sewer l
year. leading the sewage disposal pl
According to reports, St. Joe to make way for the new over
" High has the numbers this year on Highway 98 over the AN e r
but the experience is short. road tracks.
This year will also mark the The pipe is being relocated
inauguration of a junior varsity the Coggin and Deermont Consti
team. The boys will divide among tion Company of Chipley who
themselves and have games each the contract to construct the o
Thursday night on the school pass.


ools Will Open

Morning For Semester


open,rment. The teacher situation leaves
; at the Port St. Joe area with eight in-
hool structors short. The Po-': St. Je i e
schools are six teachers short, five
said being in the Elementary School abd
hool one at the High Shool. John V. Addresses
Sto School leaders expressed the hope John V. Carey Addresses
that this year the management can Kiwanis Club Wednesday
che-' stick to hiring only qual;ied teach--
rom ers as instructors in *he loc-al John V. Cirey, .of the. Social Se-
schools. In the past it nas. been curity Office in 'Pauama City ad-
off necessary to hire instructors that dressed the Xivwnis Ci'jbj Wednes-
cho- were 'below the requirements in day at their regular lua-aecu meet-
on order to have a complete faculty. ing
hen The school received delivery of ln' w
. three new school buses last week 'arey told tae Kiwauians oi the
set and all buses will start on their changes to be wrought in th social
rol- regular runs, tomorrow, security laws during the n >xt ses-
sion of Congress.


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New Council Being Formed To Study

And Seek Cure For School Problems


A new council is being formed
in Gulf County The Gulf County
-Continuing Education Council. The
-n-'..-- --th i. fi l C tIminv


Education Association, made up of
by Gulf County teachers,
ra- ,The pgew Council is to consist of'
has representatives from all olvi, ur-
ver- ganizations, labor unions, PTA and
interested lay peonl.


resentative groups study the school
problems and make plans to solve
them,
The acute shortage of teachers
this year makes it necessary -o do
more to attract teachers to Gulf
County and it is expected that this
will be one of he main activities of
the new Council.
At present the schools in the Port


gridiron. According to-oy Wil- Workmen are shown above lay- The purpose of the council is to ISt. Joe area are eight teachers
ams, who is working with the g the pipe under the railroad promote the welfare of the schools short at-the start of classes. The
youngsters, they are going to put ,tracks. and school children by having rep- shortages are two at Highland View
on some good shows and provide The iState Road Department re- five at the Port 'St. Joe Elementary
some excellent talent for Coach quired that the line be moved since and one at the Port S:t Joe High
Craig's varsity team shortly. it would lie directly under the over- udg9e E. Clay Lewis School. The five short at the Ele-
The other morning, Pete Com t-pass structure and approaches Speaks To Methodists mentary .School includes three class
The other morning, Pete Comwort- where it is now located. room teachers. 'The other two are
or, Tater Poitevinu and Wayne Butt- Circuit Judge E. Clay Lewis, Jr. special service instructors.
ram were in the shop each for dif- was principal speaker ..'for the
ferent reasons. Wayne and Pete Luncheon Is Held monthly meeting of the Methodist
began asking Tater about that sc Men's OClu'b Tuesday night at tne
called "labor paper" that was snow- At J. L. Miller Home Methodist Church.
ing local merchants for advertising Lewis' talk dealt w'ih the rela-
last week. after sid that no union Mrs. Lawrence Bissett, Mrs. tions between juvenile criminals
man in Port St. Joe received the George Wimberly, Sr., and Mrs. J. and broken homes. Judge Lewis
paper in qiuestio and didn't know Lamar Miller were hostesses as a stated that it had been his expert.
anything abu. it. seated luncheon -Thursday. The ience that '95 per cent of youthful
Of course. Pete had to come up setting was the bay front home of offenders came from broken homes.
with a boutory. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lamar Miller. Comn- He also stated that juvenile crimes
He ol about during the dpres- plimented was Miss Faye Fleishel. were rising fastest in cities under
sion when he was mowing grass bride-elect of August 26. '25,000 population.
and washing cars for a funeral The centerpiece for the table was Judge Lewis said that in his opin-
cahome through with a small patch a nosegay of sweetheart roses out- ion, happy homes would do more w
came through with a small patch lined in pink rose brocade net inter- than any other thing to wipe out
of grass growing luxuriously on a spersed with pink satin ribbon juvenile -crime. He urged support
block of wood about the size of a streamers and roses. of a movement to stiffen Florida's
scrub brush. The man sold the grass Attending wereIrs. J. P. Flei- divorce law to make it harder to
as a variety that would grow on el, mother of the bridelect, Mrs. break up a home. Judge Lewis said
anything (even sidewalks) and shel, mother of the bride-elect, Mrs. break up a home. Judge Lewis said
anything even sidewalks)h and Earl Tom Pridgeon, mother of the that more than 20 per cent of cou-
would grow so high and then uit. bridegroom elect, Mrs. J. E. Prid. ples up for divorce go batk toge-
No mowing needed. Pete, hang geon, grandmother of the bride- their if they have a while to cool
.the job of- mowing the grass per- groom-elect, Mrs. Charles Pridgeon, off.
suaded the funeral home operate Crowley, La., Mrs. H. C. Brown. The Judge urged a reversion to
to buy the grass (at $10.00 a pod Cross City, Mrs. Josie Cheeck of the days when "the marriage vows New Business HOuse
seed was in tdepreansito the funeral Cross City ad Miss Jo Helen were sacred and meant what they Under CONt ftiO
seed wa transitCheeck of 'Cross City; Miss Patsy said". Under Construction
home they took up all the old grass Wilder, Miss Boncille McCormick, .
and made ready to plant the new Miss Nancy Pridgeon and Miss Ann Mrs. Cardin's mother, Mrs. T. V. .Port St. Joe's 'business district
seeds. Upon planting, they were ,Miller Morris of Fort Myers. Mrs. Morris took another step forward last week
very careful 'to keep the seds visited with friends here in the end when work was begun on a new
swept off the sidewalk so the grass city. Mrs. Morris and the Carden's store building on the corner of
wouldn't come up there. Return To Tennessee are former residents here. Reid Avenue and Fourth Stree:.
iSuch a -precaution was unnetes- Rev. 'and Mrs. W. L. Cardin and The new building, which is be-
say as none of the grass came up. son Byron of Livingston, Tenn., re- CASON-MADDOX ing built by the E. F. Gunn Con-
-- turned to their home after spend- Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cason an- struction Company is 60X90 feet.
Attend Church somewhere this ing a week's vacation here with nounce the marriage of their daugh- It-is being built of cement blocks
friends and relatives. While here ter Flora Mae to Roy B. Maddox. and brick. The new building will
Sunday you'll find a warm wel- they occupied a cottage at Mexico The ceremony took piaca oa be the homeI of Hallmark's Depart-
come wherever you choose to go. Beach and accompanying them was Tuesday, August 28 at 7:30 p.m. 'ment Store.


Labor Unions Will Be


ts At. Free Picnic


Eight Candidates

Now In Race For

Commission Seats

The last day of iquall-fication Sat-
urday saw the race for city com-
mission seats in Port St. Joe liven
up a bit with a flourish of candi-
dates getting in under the dead-
line to qualify.
A total number of eight candi-
dates are seeking the two positions
open and to be deci'led.upon in the
September 11 election.
Candidates quall'ying for Group
Number 4 are incumbent Wesley
R. Ramsey, Merril (Sonny) Sher-
rill, T. S. Singletary, Kay Claik and
Frank Chandler.
Those qualifying for the poastion
in group Three are Ted Be rC, iR.
H. (Bo'b) Ellzey and I. C. Nedley.
IRegistration of voters is still go-.
ing on at City Hall with Saturday
at noon being the deadline for Yeg-
istration.


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Labor Day Event




In City Park



Door Prize of $100 Savings Bond

Will Be Given Away


Monday, September 3, Labor Day
will be free barbecue picnic day
for the citizens of Port St. Joe.
The labor unions of Port St. Joe
have banded together and pooled
their resources to give the people
of this area a big Labor Day cele-
bration. The celebration will in-
elude, among other things, a free
barbecue dinner to be served in the
park across from the Motel St. Joe.
The picnic and games and con-


First Graders To Be Saints Dump Apalach

Divided To Ability In Play-Off Game

BY MRS. JAMES YEADON The ,St. Joe Saints collected 13
This year the Port St. Joe Ele- hits off of two Apalachicola pitch-
mentary School is projecting what ers to win the first game of a three
we feel will be a more efficient pro- out of five game series at the lo-
gram for the first year children. cal park Friday night. Jimmie
We shall group the children in the Bloodworth started on the mound
first year by a homnug.-neous group, but had to be relieved by Don Keith
ing; tha t i... each child will be giv- in tlhe- sixth inning l.ei h as the
en a reading readiness 'test at the losing pircheir.
beginning of the year. From this Manager Ba:.om Hamm pitched
test and observation of the child, a game that will long be remem-
it will be determined approximate- bered around these parts. Hamm
ly how soon the child will be ready struck 12 men out, got himself four
to read. Those who will be ready hits for four times up to the plate.
to read now will be -in one group One of his hits was a double which
(ZSection 4); those who will take a won the ball game in the lower
bit longer will be in another group half of the eighth inning.
('Section 3); those who will need The largest crowd of the season
a more extensive program of rea- witnessed Friday night's game. This
diness will be in another group game was called Merchant's Night
(Section 2)'; and those who will since the local merchants cooper-
need several months of readiness ated by buying and distributing
twill be in another group (Section free tickets to their customers.
1). The entire "Saints" team played
This will be a fluid process, in heads up ball and deserved the win
that, if a child develops quickly he they chalked up 5-2 over Apalachi-
twill move to another group or sec- cola.


No child develops at the same
'rate of speed physically, mentally
,or emotionally. It is with this con-
cept in mind that we hope to give
you a better reading program fir
your beginners.


Send The Star To A Friend


Correction Noted In
Savings and Loan Story

Officials of the proposed Sav-
ings and Loan Association gave
us, some information that was not
exactly right two weeks ago in
s story about that association ,
coming here.
They correct the statements
here.
First, their charter has not
been granted, it has been ap-
proved. The "approved" mean-
ing that one committee says that


The second game of the series
will be played in Apalachicola thia
coming Friday night, August 31.
The Saints play Apalachicola
here for the third game of the se:-
ies Monday afternoon at 4 p.m: in
conjunction with the planned La-
bor Day celebration. The price of
admission will b" cut down to 50c
for adults and 2o,, for children.


the proposed corporation meets
the requirements and are eligi-
ble for a charter being granted
them.
The second error was in the list
of directors. There are T1 direc-
tors in place of three as stated
in the story. They are as follows:
Dwight Marshall and L. G. Buck
of Apalachicola; G. U. Parker and
Brooks Hayes of Blountstown
and Otto Anderson, Frank Han-
non, George Tapper, E. F. Gunn,
Jake Belin, C. G. Costin, Jr., an4'
C. G. Costin, Sr., of Port St. Joe.


tests held for the amusement of
the guests will be carried on most
of the day Monday. 'The festivities
will begin at 9:00 a.m.
Contests will include sack races,'
dancing contests, greased pole
climbing contests, water skiing and
boat races and nianv other con-
tests. Prizes will be awarded by
the unions for the winners of the
contests. All prizes were donated
by the Merchants' Division of the
Chamber of Commerce.
A special door prize will be given
at the close of the day. The prize
will be a $100.00 Savings Bond, do-
nated by the four automobile deal-
ers in Port iSt. Joe.
As with all get-togethers of this
sort, speaking will be heard, al-
though it won't occupy the major
part ,of the festivities. The main
speaker will be Senator-elect Bart
Knight of Blountstown. Other short
talks will be heard frnan a labor
representatives. a 'loe-" company
nianageoienr repreieatai.:' and a
representative of the Merchant's
Division of the Chamber of Com-
merce.
A concert by the High School
band is scheduled. The concert is
not definite however, as the band-
master will have to decide on that
with the opening of school Friday.
Bandmaster Herman Dean said that
the band will do all in its power
to perform, but that he must wait
until Friday to see what he has
before making the final decision.
The union representatives urge
each and everyone to attend. They
.,tress, the point that everything is
free, except the gasoline used to
transport you to and from the pic-
nic grounds. All the dinner and
trimmings will be furnished by 'he
onionss and there will be no tees
to enter the games and contest:,.
The grocery list for the barbe-
que includes:
2,000 pounds of beef.
10 gallons vinegar
3 gallons of barbecue sauce.
1 case black pepper.
50 pounds of salt.
1 case of hot sauce.
6 gallons cooking oil.
,2 gallons salad dressing.
100 pounds sugar.
25 pounds tea.
1 case lemons.
2,000 plates.
2,500 cups.
2,000 wood forks.
275 loaves bread.
300 pounds cabbage
1 gallon catsup.
5 pounds chill powder
1 bottle garlic juice
500 pounds ice.
Mix all this together and it comes
out a good barbecue plcn!- that's
fit to eat.
If you don't like tea or lemonade
there will be a Coca-Cola. machine
on the lot to dispense Cokes at a
slight charge.


An Extra Week Pops
Up In This Past Year

If you will notice, this is issue
number 53 in this year. We start-
ed to set the issue number this
week and noticed last week-s
number was 52. The Star's bl.-th-
day is supposed to be September
1, so upon counting up on the cal-
endar, we find that this year has
53 Thursdays.
It being leap year and all that
upset the weeks too.
So you get an extra issue for -
free this year for your $3.00.


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roses and stephanotis.
The bride's only attendant was
Mrs. George Aase, sister of the
groom. She wore a pale pink baller-
ina length gown of embroidered ny-
lon organdy with a fitted bodice,
portrait neckline and full skirt.
With this she wore a small match-
ing braided headpiece and carried
a cascade of American Beauty
roses.


attend the University of Florida
School of Medicine and Mrs. Simp-
son will be associated with the Can-
cer Research Laboratory at the
University.
COSTIN IN THE HOSPITAL
WITH THE STOMACH ACHE
Representative Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., was confined to the Municipal
Hospital Monday with a nervous
stomach disorder.


MrI| Frank Bieaucnamp or Miami, ______ (_______
served Mi. Simpson as best man. Thi on your printing Is a sign of quality,


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THURSDAY and FRDA \Y


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FRIDAY and SATURDAY


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SATURDAY ONLY
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PHYLLIS
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Wednesday & Thursday


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TUESDAY ond WEDNESDAY

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Ushers were Tommy McAfee, bro-
John Thomas Simpson their of the bride, Dan McClure,
S i I SdStamford, Lacy Baldy, Bradenton
Marriage In Stamford, Connecticut and Carmine Monteleone o New-
Mrs. McAfee, the bride's mother
Before an altar of banked palm, wore a gown of pale pink lace
Thite gladioli and candelabra. Miss with matching accessories and Mrs.
:" Nancy Mary McAfee became the Simpson chose an outfit of powder
b ide of John Thomas Simpson, Jr., blue lace. Both wore corsages of
on Saturday, August 18 at 5 p m. white carnations.
The double ring ceremony was per- Following the ceremony a recep-
formed by Rev. Claude L. Peters tion was held at the home of the
in the Stamford Baptist Church of bride's parents. The bride's tablz
Stamford, Connecticut. Mrs. S'mp- was overlaid with a white linen
son is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. cut out tablecloth and was center.
Elbert A. McAfee of StamforJ., for- ed with the tiered wedding cake,
merly of Tampa, Fla., and Mr. flanked by candelabra and small
Simpson's parents are Mr. and Mrs white flowers. Eloral arrangements
John T. Simpson of Port St. Joe. of pink and white adorned the re-
Escorted by her father, the bride caption Teems.
wore a floor length gown featuring cepti oto st.
Out of town guests included Mr.
a fitted bodice of Chantilly lace O on T in r
and Mrs. John T. Simpson of Port
having a portrait neckline which
was adorned with lace applique and 'St. Joe, parents of the groom,
irridemcent sequins, -and lo n g ,eorge ase, sister of e grom
iridescent sequins, and 1 a g Frank Beauchamp, Miami: Mrs.
sleeves ending in points over the M
hands. Her bouffant skirt was fa- Fred Clark, Mrs. Gomer Moore and
shioned of lace panels down the son John of Portsmouth, Ohio, who
front and back, extending from the are the grandmother, aunt and cou-
elongated waistline, with tulle form-n of Mr. and MrsLacy
ing the sides of the gown, which Baldy, Tallahassee; Jim Moore,
terminated in a sweep train. The Tampa; Miss Audrey Carlton, Win-
fingertip veil of French silk illu- 'ter Park and Carmine Montelecue
sion was attached to a small crown of Newark, New Jersey.
embroidered with irridescent se- After September 10, Mr. and Mrs.
quins and tiny pearls. The bride Simpson will make their home in
carried a cascade bouquet of white Gainesville where Mr. Simpson will


white lace cloth, and the punch
bowl was surrounded with white
pompoms and lace fern over pink
satin and tulle. Lighted tapers at
either end of the table illuminated


Shower Honoree
Miss Carolyn Brigman, 'bride-
elect, 'was honored with a miscel-
laneous calling shower Monday eve-
ning in the W. L. Smith home on
Long Avenue. Hostesses for the oc-
casion were Mrs. A. P. Martin, Mrs.
C. H. MeKnight, Miss Alma Bag-
gett and Mrs, Smith.
Miss Brigman's marriage to Fer-
ris Tarantino of Apalachicola will
be solemnized August 31 in the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Durel Brigman,
Arrangements of pink and white
summer flowers were placed thru-
out the party rooms. The refresh-
ment table was covered with a


the scene. Misses Diana McKnight :Daniel are the proud parents (
and Andrea and Barbara Martin as- baby daughter, Marcia Ann
sisted at the punch bowl. Daniel born on August 1.
Miss Ann Davis kept the guest Mr. and Mrs. William Joe
register and Mrs; P. B. Fairiey at- Neil announce the birth of a
tended the gift display. William Joe, Jr., on August 3.


Present with the' many guests Mr. and Mrs. ames Walter John-
who called during the appointed son announce the birth of a daugh-
hours was. Mrs. Durel Brigman, moe- ter, Karen arie on August 11.
other of the bride-to-be. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Michael
__ Musson announce the birth of a
FiSt Baptist Circle baby boy, Clinton Michael, r.. on
First Baptist Circle I August 12.
Meets With Mrs. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dandridge
are the parents of a baby boy, Mas-
sey Earl, born on August 13.
Circle One of the First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. James Grissett an.
Church Woman's Missionary Un- nounce the birth of a son, William
ion met August 21 in the home of Carl on August 16.
Mrs. D. W. Smith, of Hunter Circle Mr. and Mrs. James K. Bishop
with six members present, announce the birth of a son, Wil-
The meeting opened with Mrs. liam John on August 18.
,n1i.n P[ r. N o d A iplpUlU -i.I.nijril.. IU 1


charge of the devotion was Mrs.
Emory Robertson. She used as her
text 1st Cor. 6:9. "We are not your
own, Ye are bought with a price".
followed with prayer by Mrs. W.
J. Belin.
Reports fro various committees
were given and visitation was stres-
sed. The program was on Good
Stewardship. 'Refreshments were
served to the following members
present, Mrs. W. I. Carden, Mrs.
Emory Robertson, Mrs. J. J. Clem-
ents, Mrs. W. J. Relin and Mrs.
Ralph Nance. Mrs. Nance dismis-
sed the meeting with prayer. Mrs.
Emory Robertson will be hostess
to the c ir, I on the third Tuesday
of September in their home at Bea-
con Hill. All members are urged
to. be present and visitors are in-
vited.


Have your doctor phone us
or bring your prescriptions
to

SMITH'S PHARMACY
Shop The Self-Service Way,
In Air-Conditioned Comfort
JOHN ROBERT SMITH
Pharmaceutical Chemist


All birth occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital at Port St. Joe.

Mrs. Phillip Hostess
To Long Avenue .Circle
Circle No. 2 of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church met .August 21 in
the home of Mrs. Bobbie Phillips
on Woodward Avenue. There were
eight, members and one visitor ore-
sent.
The meeting was opened by the
group repeating their watchword
and prayer.
The program, 'Ye Christian Her-
alds Go Proclai was i',:-.eII.-d
by those present.
Following the program the regu-
lar business meeting was hel i with
each chairman present reporting.
The meeting was closed by pray-
er and refreshments were served
the following: Mrs. June Fat:a-y,
Mrs. H. L. Ford, Mrs. Joe Alligood,
Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Mrs. Durre"
Sykes, Mrs. Grady Player, Mrs. Joe
Wilkie and Mrs. Parker.

'Back To School Night'
Set At Highland View
"Back to School" nignt will bK
held at the Highland View Mo'.o-
dist Church, Sunday night, Septem-
ber 2. Roev. Jimmy Marlowe will
be the inspirational spea'ter. Jim
-ny is one of the promising young
ministers of this area. Attention
will be focused on young people ;in
elementary and secondary sclio.a!
and college.
Virgil Lovett will serve as yii.
is, for the service. Also, other spec-
ial music will be a feature o; t 'e
service.
The pastor, Rev. Douglas Noe
some, states that everyone is cor-
dially invited to attend this ser-
vice.
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Mr. and Mrs. Alphons Mason an-
nounce the arrival of a daughter,
Gracie Louise on August 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Gene Creech
are the proud parents of a daugh-
ter, Cynthia Lynn born August 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Conoley, an-
nounce the birth of a son, Roy Ere-
nest, Jr., on August 13.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henry Mur-
phy announce the birth of a son,
Robert Henry, Jr., on August 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fay Nettles
announce the birth of a baby girl,
jCarolyn Fay on August 4.
Mr. and Mrs. William Long an-
nounce the birth of a baby boy, Wil-
liam Holmes, Jr., on'August 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Benarr Mc-


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The spoken word Is given c-ant attention; the printed wird
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the printed word th"ror'vhlv enovinces. The spoken word
. lot- the printed word romail.


Playing With Our Children's Future
Well-founded rumors about the town and county have
it that we are gambling with our children's future.
We hesitate to believe that even a professional gambler
would gamble with so high stakes.
This rumor (well founded) would have it that the c
schools of Port St. Joe and Gulf County are in dire straights.
The teacher situation is getting to the serious stage. Of course,
the local schools are accustomed to being short a teacher or two
at the beginning of school. But the situation this year is even
worse. The teacher shortage has reached alarming proportions.
The reasons for the shortage is that green root of all
evil, money. It seems that all the states that the State of Florida
has been robbing teachers from have awakened to the fact that
they are losing teachers for the same reason that we cannot now
get teachers --not enough pay.
t And of course, we can understand that Florida is a fast
growing state and that the needs for tax-supported services is
growing rapidly than the tax rolls. But, in a state that is boom-
ing such as this one and a county that is booming as much as
Gulf County is enough money surely could be provided to
guarantee an adequate education to our youngsters.
We have heard two sides to this story. You can usually
hear two sides. One is that the county has the money to pay the
teachers more and won't, do it. Nobody knows definitely how
much money has and where it is going, but the School Board.
And even if we knew in dollars and cents just what the budget
was, we probably couldn't reconcile all the expenditures and fail
to see whether or not the Board could afford a raise. The same
situation came up before with the football lights. The School
Board said they didn't have the money and a group of citizens
said they had it. Who was right?
If the money is available, the School Board should go,
posthaste to their meeting place and provide the necessary funds
or whatever it takes to get good qualified teachers to serve in
our public schools. This is more important to our children than
the biggest gymnasium, the best buildings, the largest and most
luxurious football field that could ever be built. Not to take any
credit from these facilities as builders of character needed by all
children, we hold that the primary purpose of the schools is to
provide the means of learning to children.


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Phone BAIl 7-2627

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brackia ani
children, Junior and Billy, of Plant
City, were the guests for several
days of Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Glass.
Miss MelTba Butts, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butts, will
leave on Sunday for Perkinston.
Mississippi, where she will enroll
in Perkinston Junior College. Miss
Butts will study elementary educa-
tion.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Scott and
children of Panama City were the
week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Hozie Barfield and family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hewett and
Jan Peterson visited for the week
end in DeFuniak 'Springs with Mrs.
J. R. Wooten and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Suggs of
Panama City are announcing the
e birth of a7 pound, 2 ounce son at
the Lisenby Hospital on August 27.
Mother and son are doing fine.
Mrs. 'Suggs is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis Griffin of Highlaud
View.
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Alabama is visiting Tommy and


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share the risk w en H e reterha
government. Sen. Herbert Leh.


man of New York, chairman ot
the Senate Banking and Currency
Committee, proposed that a fed-
eral disaster commission be estab-
lished. It would be empowered to
borrow from the U. S. Treasury
but ultimately to be self-support-
ing. It would insure and reinsure
against flood, tidal wave, hurri.
cane, tornado, blizzard, dust storm
or other severe storms, earth,
quake, explosion, landslide, snow
slide, severe freeze, drought, smog,
radioactive contamination, air pol
lution and volcanic erruption.
*
Although roast beef may be one
Df the staple foods found on thl
english h table, the British are fai
from a one-diet people. They havr
k fish factory ship from which fish
ire caught and on which fish ari
prepared for the market.


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In order to bring this primary purpose about, we be- Buddy Kennington for a week.
lieve that no stone should be left unturned in order to provide Mrs. Katherine Brown and daugh-
this needed ingredient. If, indeed, the School Board needs addi- tela,Bobby, are visiting in Floralma.,
tioual money-sources to pay the price required to secure adequate Mrs. C. L. Coker and daughter,.
and qualified teachers we feel that it is up to you and I to fur- June, and Mrs. W. H. Weeks made
nish the needed cash. Just how much is needed, we do not know, a business trip to Panama City.
but an organization is being formed now to see that the real rea- Mr. and Mrs. David Ludlum and
son for insufficient teachers is made public in a very short order children, of Tallassee, Alabama,
It will take an organization. No one person could divine the visited Pinky Whitfield for several
situation accurately. They will need your support. days.
The school people are talking about sending children
home rather than subjugate them to crowded class rooms or un- -'- .
qualified teachers. We would be opposed to this. The sending Y/' WIDE, WONDERFUL
home should come only after all other means at solving the WORLD
problem has met with failure. If nothing else could be done, 'K. .
a two-session day should be inaugurated before children should
be sent home. Let part of the children go half a day and the By FRANKLIN J. MEINE
others go the other half, only if necessary, until the situation is Editor the American Peoples
ironed out. But no sending children home. Encyclopedia.
F YOU live in an area subject
-The citizens of this City and County should be highly to floods, however infrequent
disturbed by this turn of events. Our children need an education you probably know that you can.
today more than ever before. And to let a thing like money not buy flood insurance. In fact,
if you live in a desert, you can-
stand in its way is unthinkable. Especially in the highest pay per not get flood insurance. But last
capital area in the State of Florida. If the school situation wor- year government officials urged
sens or even stays at its present level, the people of this City a flood insurance program sim-
and this County you and I should be mortally ashamed of worldd War II, administered by ino
ourselves for being so unconcerned about the welfare of our surance companies. They would
share_ t 11erI 0w-n m ueA-I


AIR SPEEDER ... Lt. Col. Frank Everest set new world's record
of 1,900 mph at Edwards air force base, Calif., in this Bell X-2
rocket plane.

Mr. and Mrs. Clive Patton left family of Pensacola, visited Mr.
for their home in Houston, Texas, and Mrs. Clinton Cox Saturday af-
Monday morning, after spending a- ternoon.
weenwi rs. ---'a-npret


week with Mrs. yattons parents
and brothers. Mrs. Patton (the for-
mer Ruth Jones) also came to at-
tend the wedding of Miss Nell Can-
nington. Mrs. Patton's brothers,
Troy and James accompanied them
home for a week's visit.
Mrs. Arvil Douglas and children
Gloria Jean and Ricky, spent sev-
eral days visiting in Bonifay with


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Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bih.ett
are vacationing in points of interest
in South Carolina with friends and
relatives.
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Mr. and Mrs. Rush Chism and:
daughter Delores and sons BPil and


her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. IS. Ronald are in Pensacola visiting
Johnson. with their son. Gene who is a patient
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kendrick and in a hospital there.


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ama City social security office,
said this week. These benefits are
payable to women 62 or over effec-
tive for the month of November
1956.
Working women and wives of re-
tired husbands who accept a bene-
fit under the age of 65 will recieve
reduced benefits before and after
the age of 65. The reduction in the
,case of a working woman is 5/9ths
of 1% for each month that the wo-
man is under the age of 65. In the
case of a wife under 65, the reduc-,
tion is 25/36ths of 1%. A wife un-
der the age of 65 is entitled to her
full benefit as a wife if she has in
her care a child entitled to benefits
who is under the age of 18 and not
married. In January 157, a wife
under the age of 65 may receive
full wife's benefits if she has a
child under 18 in her care or has a
disabled child over the age of 18
in her care, if such child is entitled
to a social security benefit.
Widows who qualify on the earn-
ings of a deceased husband and de-
pendent mothers who qualify on the
earnings of a deceased child may
receive their benefits at age 62 be-
ginning for the month of Novem-
ber 1,956 without suffering any re-


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Social Security Benefits For Widows

Are Explained By S. S. Director

Women under the age of 65 can duotion in the amount of their
receive social, security benefits un- benefits. In this connection, a wife
der the 19,56 Amendments to the who had received a reduced bene-'
Social Security Law, John V. Ca- fit would receive a full widow's ben-
rey, district manager of the Pan- efit in the event of her husband's


death.
In general, the working woman
who files for benefits between age
62 and age 65 will gain in the tot.-l
benefits received unless she should
draw the benefits for more than
15 years. The wife who accepts re-
duced benefits between age 62 and
age 65 would gain in the total bene-
fits received unless she should be
paid reduced benefits as a wife for
more than 12 years.
Applications can be accepted at
the present time for these benefits.
However, no payment wii. be re-
ceived until early in December
1956 and a woman under the age
of 65 can wait until November
'1957 to file her application without
losing any benefits this is be-
cause of the 12 month retroactive
period.
Your nearest social security of-
fice-will be glad to explain the ie-
duced benefits to you. However,
you must make the decision on whe-
ther you want to file for reduced
benefits, Carey concluded. The of-
fice for this area is located at 522
Mercer Avenue, Panama City.

First Baptist Church
Has Service Program
The Royal Service Program of
the Baptist Woman's Missionary
Society was held at the church,
onday at 3 p.m. Mrs. James Wilson
of Circle No. 5 was in charge of
the program, wtir-h was opened
with a prayer by Mrs. Wilson. The
devoitonal was brought from John
Chapter 15. Th a topic was !'Ye
Christian Heralds Go Proclaim" and
was developed by MPs. Wilson,
Mrs. E. C. Cason, Mrs. W. J. Her-
ring and Mrs. Wesley Ramsey. Mrs.
Wilson closed the meeting with
prayer. 20 members attended and
one new member, Mrs. Dawkins.
A short business meeting pro-
ceeded the program. It was announ-
ced that the business meeting for
September will be held at the
church Tuesday, September 4.
A Christmas tree of gifts was dis-
played 'by the Sunbeams, under Mrs.
A. V. Bateman's supervision. Cold
drinks and cookies were served by
the children to the WM'S members.
!IAnda Cox thanked the ladies for
their interest and Circle No. 2 for
the refreshments.
Vacationing Here
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Brugh and
Mrs. Jim Lee, mother of -Mrs.
Brugh of Tallahassee are vacation-
ing at Mexico Beach.


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GIRL FRIENDS Minme. Jo-
vanka Tito (left) wife of Yugo-
slavia's president, embraces
Queen Frederika of Greece at
Corfu at end of Titos' -visit.


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1. The remora is (a) land animal; (b) bird; (c) fish.
2. Tenuous means (a) clinging; (b) slender; (c) expelimental.
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HEALTH CHIEF. Pres. Els-
enhower named Dr. Leroy E.;
Burney (above) to be new sur-
geon general to succeed resigned
Dr. Leonard Scheele.


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No f Months

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Approximate Cost for Average Size Home
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NEW BATH FIXTURES $6.39
NEW BED ROOM $38.33
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Dad earned this diploma

13 years ago...
when he took out life insurance specifically to
Special insurance cover his child's education expenses. It's one of the
finest things any father can do for his child. For,
on your life may be let's face it, college graduates usually earn much
more money than those who did-not go to college.
the simplest, least The wonderful thing about this-and most any other
insurance bought for specific purposes is that,
expensive way to if not needed, it adds cash for your own retirement.
S Your Gulf Life Representative, without obligation,
ovide for education, will be glad to furnish a free booklet giving you the
latest information on college costs. Call him today.


pit Au I Leaves For College and Super 33 chain saws versatile
Junior Hospital Aux. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Munu and st bow eP Iv i wwrkA -
Is Formed Aug. 24 son Bert Munn, Jr., will leave Fri-i
w_._ w *-day for Sewanee, Tennessee where
Friay, August24, e JunioBert Mann has enrolledas aa fresh- Iements Standa
HFriday, August 24, the Juord. The man at the University of the South. BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA
new organization is made up o. the He is reporting for football prac-
new organization is made up ot the tice on the 2nd bf September.
nurses aides at the hospital tice on the 2nd September.
,Officers elected were as toliows: --
Barbara Williams, president; KXath-. -
leen Collingsworth, Vice-Pres lent; i
Mavis Butts, secretary and Fraires'
Lewis, treasurer.
This auxiliary will work in co
ordination with Lhe Ladies Hospi-
t0l Auxiliary. They will have one
meeting each monlh. i


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COSTIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
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NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
S y HELEN NORRIS

Honored With Shower
Mrs. Boncile Linebarger was hon-
ored with a surprise stork shower
Saturday night at 7::30. Cokes,
salad and cookies were served to
the following guests: Mrs. Stella
Norris, Mrs. Doris waltney, Mrs.
Allen H. Norris, Mrs. W. C Wil-
son, Mrs. Monroe Darby Mrs. Joe
Burns, Mrs. Lloyd Riley, rs. June
Norris, rs. Thomas Webb, Mrs. Her-
man Stripling, Mrs. Donnie O'Brien,
Mrs. Henry Butts, Mrs. W. S. Love,
Mrs. John McKenzie, M, GC. D.
Gay, Mrs. C. E. Glass, Jr., Mrs. War-


Minnie Gay, Mrs. Richard Hanlon.
Those sending gifts but unable to
attend were: Mrs. Johnnie W-l-
liams, Mrs. Rose Lind, Miss Minnie
Ola Ray, Mrs. L. P. Ray, Mis. E.
B. Young, Mrs. Ike Hall, Miss Gyp.
sie Love, Mrs. Ray Ivey, Mrs. LV C.
Davis, Mrs. Roy Gay, Mrs. Margar-
et Roberts, Mrs. Anderson Davis,
Mrs. L. W. Cox, Mrs. C. G. Costin,
Mrs. W. B. Dykes, Mrs. Eva Wet.-
ton, Mrs. E. M. Walker, Mrs. Jes-
sie Anderson, Mrs. W. G. Knight,
Mrs. Margaret Ard, Mrs. Mary Lee
Pitts. Hostesses for this occasion
were Mrs. Doris Gwaltney, Mrs.
W. C. Wilson and Mrs. Allen Nor-
ris.

Mr. and Mrs. Buck Dormany and
daughter, Dot, returned home Tues-


ren Yeager, rs. Earl Burrows, Mrs. day after spending a few days in
N, E: Dees Mrs. Dollie Shirey, Mrs. North and South Carolina.


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403 Munument Ave.


Port St. Joe, Fla.


- Well Drilling

DRILL WELL, FURNISH PUMP, 'PIPE and POINT
1" WELL

GUARANTEE PLENTY OF WATER

$125.00

GULF MANUFACTURING CO.
Phone 7-7454 Beacon Hill


THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 19166


spent a few days in Dothan, Ala-
bama visiting with friends and rel-
atives.
Howard Linebarger of Tyndall
Field spent the week end with his
wife, Mrs. Boncile Linebarger and
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dykes.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ard is
spending a few days in DeFuniak
Springs visiting with friends and
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley is
spending a few days in Bonifay vis-
iting with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Everitt McFarland
spent a few days in Tallahassee
visiting with their daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. John Parker Browing.
Mr. and Mrs. George Padgett mo-
tored to Panama City Friday on
business.
Mrs. Doris Bradly motored to
Panama City Friday on business.

Miss Jenny Kay Norris and Miss
June Ivey gave an ice cream party


Mr. and Mrs. Dan Creamer re- Saturday night at 7:30. Ice cream
turned home Monday after spend- and cookies were served to the fol-
ing a few days in Tampa visiting lowing guests: David and ommy
with friends and relatives. Riley, June and James Ivey, Betty
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Shealey anO Deese, Jack Levins, Howard Loy-
daughter returned home Friday at- ett, Don Gardner, Jerry Hayes,
ter spending a few days in Perry Mike McKenzie, Dot Dormany,
visiting with friends and relatives. Juanita Norris, Mary Ann Pitts,
Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Anderson R. H. Glass, Buddy Knighl. Ann
and children left Friday for Fort Atkins, Sally Hudson, Roanaw and
Lauderdale where they w'l! visit Patricia Hanlon, Jenny Norris,
wit. f-onds and relatives. Sonny Elliott, Rebecca Riley, Jim-
Miss Becky Riley of Milton my Wilder, Helen Norris, and
spent a few days with Rev. and Howard Linebarger.
Mrs. Lloyd Riley.
Rev. Lloyd Riley and Allen H, Doyle and Hilton Conger gave a
Norris motored to Panama City weiner roast Thursday night. Those
Thursday on business, attending were Mary Ril3y, June-.
Mrs. SPerry Elliott and Treva Ivey, 'Sonny Elliott, Marily Knight.
Campbell motored to Panama City Roy Knight, Tommy Riley, Tommy
Thursday night on business. |Walker, Peggy Jo Young, 1 i' i.,.,
Miss Kathryn Elliott returned. Young, Marlena Hudson and Flora
home Thursday after spending a 'nell Walker.
few weeks in New York. '-
Mrs. Sollie Sapp of Bonifay is Visiting In Georgia
visiting with her daughter, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. Lamar Miller are
Mrs. Toby Worley. visiting with friends and relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Ednest Lightfoot in Fitzgerald, Ga., this week.


SThe lunchroom will be open, Mr.
Ayers stated,
HIGHLAND VIEW YWA's
MEETS AT CHURCH
The YWA's of the Highland View
Baptist Church met Monday eve-
ning-at 7:'30.
The president, Betty Jo McCor-
mick called the meeting to order
The minutes were read and approv-
ed. The opening .prayer was given
by Mrs. Edna Floyd. The mission-
ary story for the meeting was, "The
Guatemala Girl". The meeting was
dismissed by Valeria Roberts.

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The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors

Star Classified Ads Bring Quick Results


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New Glamorous Sylmer Covers
Greater Resistance to Soils and Stains
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YOU GET: 2 Step Tables Cocktail Table In Durable Wipe-
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M. P. TOMLINSON

REALTOR INSUROR


HIGHLAND VIEW SCHOOL
WILL BEGIN TOMORROW
H. F. Ayers announced this week
that the 1Highland View School
would begin Friday morning, Aug-
ust 31, at 8.:30. There will be school
all day except for the first grades.
The first,grades will be dismissed
at noon.


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-THE lT.AR,'PG-RT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTrY, FLORIDA


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THE StAR PURki $f ,Ut. 2yst! COUNTY, IltJHrijU

Electric stove and refrigerator. $40 ed and re-wired. Phone BA 7-9921, No. 111, F&AM ,bety second and said dourt at Wewahitchka, Gulf jride-Elect is I
' -*. per month. Located .,07 7th St. Bill Bowen tfcg-14 fourth Friday night at 6;O0 p.m, Coun'y, Florida. this the 21st day
Pheon t 7-7711, i All Master Masona cordially invited. ox Avugst A.D., 19b., P'ty At
.b Rna 7-7 OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing J. B. GRIFFITH, W. M. George Y. Cot f
SOR RENT: nDfurn(shed apart- service, call BILL'S PLUMBING, F. W. CHANDLER, Sbe. as Clerk of said (Ci;. 'It. CPoint The Mexido Be
ments, To couple only. 515 3rd lhot.e 7-7546. Outboard motors re circuitt Court Seal) 4t-8-2
SSt. tfc-8-16 paired, also. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE -i_- Mrs. Paul Fensor
S / i FOR RENT: furnished house at USED PIANO. Meetings at Moose Hall, 310 IN SMALL CLAIMS COURT Friday for a bufft
Beacon Hill. See Silas R. Stone from $25.00 Fourth St., meeting night every other 8AY COUNTY, FLORIDA ess with Mrs. F
or phone 7-7161. MELODY MUSIC MART Monday. B3AY MACHINE & WELDING CO. John Robert Smi
137 Harrison Ave. SAMARITAN LODGe: No. 40, aintiff power for saw
FOR RENT: Two ftruilsned apart- Panama City, Florida O F.--MetsfirstandthilrdThurs H DAUHTY said property bsaw
ments. Apply Mrs 'Charles Brown PIANO TUNING and REPAIR days 7:.30tp. m.In Masonic Hall. A J H. DAUGIT:RY said property b
306 6th St. tfc8-23 MELODY MUSIC MART c/oTROTTER-MAHGHE LUMBER may be inspect
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home con- 137 Harrison Ave. Phone SU -4711 members urged to attend; visiting COMPANY | Mahgee Saw Mil
SFOR SALE: 3 bedroom home con- P ity, Florida brethren Invited. I Defendant kIa, Gulf County,
venient to school and town. Re- G. LAWRENCE, G. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE property having
cently done over inside. See house Keys Made While You Wait A. P. GLBE1RT, Secty. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that being the proper
220 6th St., Contact 0. M. Taylor. tf q E-A u ALCOHOLISM. recognized -by the and by virtue of a Writ of Execu- ant. ,L. H. Daught


Buzzet's Drug Store
PHONE 7-1371

CLASSIFIED ADS


FOR SALE: New 2 bedroom house
In Oak Grove. See or-call E. L.
Lightfoot, Madison St.. 2tp
WANTED: Man, lady or couple for
full or part-time job. Write, Great
South, Bonifay, Fla. .. tf724
A REAL BUY in a two-story apart-
ment house at Beacon Hill.
Terms. See Chris Martin at Roches.
LOST: Green billfold, containing
pictures, drivers license and
money. Return pictures and license
to Mrs. Gertrude Cannington, Ph.
7V2644, Highland View.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. Palm
Blvd., Good condition. Down pay-
ment $1200. Balance on FHA lan.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate BroKer


35c ECACH .
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
Reel Parts and Repairs
-RADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
kWAP.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAII 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE.
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li-
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
.-3032. tc
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
nvvUALDQ- own


S Phone 7-3491 u.
FOR RENT: Two small furnished ----_ WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
houses. & 24 4th 'St. Mrs. Frank PIANO TUNING and REPAIR THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet.
LeHardy,. phone 7-5341. Itc Special discounts to ing first and third Monday nights
Churches and Civic Groups 800 p.m.. American Legion Home
FOR RENT: One or two bedroom All Work Guaranteed q A. M.-Regular convocation of
furniahed apartments. Electric CHARLES A. SCURLOCK Mt. Jdosen Chapter No. 56, R. A.
kitchen. W. H. Weeks, Highland Ph. 7-4691 609 10th St. M., 2nd and 4th Monday. All visit-
SSPECIAL SERVICES Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnished secretary.
apartment at Highland View. ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work
Phone 7-3911. I guaranteed. Quick dependable ~"
FOR RENT: Furnished one bed-' service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave rHERE WILL BE a regular com-
room cottage suitable for couple. TV ANTENNAS installed, clean- munication of Port St. Joe Lodge





Monthly Wind-up


As with any big clearance sale, such as we
have just had, we will invariably wind up with
a large stock of used furniture. Some of this
furniture has had pretty rugged treatment,
some of it has been well cared for, some of it
is only slightly used. You should see some of
these terrific bargains before forming an opin-
ion, for every piece is well worth -much more
than the selling price.


Now Only $10.95

Now Only $4.95


Now Only $29.50

Now Only $39.50


I Nylon Covered HlDE-A-WAY BED, Reg. $249.50 Now Only $99.50

I Saran Covered SOFA BED (new), Reg. $79.50 Now Only $29.50

WERE $29.95


Platform Rockers 19.95


1 CLUB CHAIR With Slip Cover, Reg. $109.50 Now Only $14.95

1 2-Piece SOFA BED SUITE (new), Reg. $199.95 Now Only $99.95

I Saran Covered CLUB CHAIR and Ottoman, Reg. $79.95 $12.95



Lawn Furniture greatly Reduced


1 Norge Apt. Size Electric Range, Reg. $179.95 Only $109.50


Only $89.95

Only $49.95

Only $39.95


Port St. Joe, Fla.


my~~Fw" -rIp I~~t~~~s


American Medical Association as
a disease, is no respector of pwr-
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 oal]
BAIl 7-3646.
LEGAL ADVERTISING
IN THE CIEPCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
DORA LEE SEWELL, )
PLAINTIFF
VS )
JOHNNIE E. SEWELL, )
DEFENDANT )
NOTICE TO: PFC. JOHNNIE E.
SEWELL. RA 14354119 SERVICE
COMPANY, 7th CAVALRY,- APO
201, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFOR.-
NIA. I
On or before the 24th day of Sep-'
tember, A.D., 1956, the defendant,
Johnnie E. Sewell, is required :o
serve upon Ernest C. Wimber'y,
plaintiff's attorney, whose address
is 303 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of, and file with
the Clerk of this court the original
of, an answer to the Complaint for
divorce filed against him herein., i
WITNESS my hand and seal of


THURsDA'


donated With
Fensam Home
each residence of
m was the setting
et luncheon. Host-
Fensom was Mrs.
th. Complimented
mill.
being loca-ed and
d" at the Trotter
11, in Wewahitch.
Florida; the said
been levied upon.
ty of the Defend-
try to satisfy said


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tion issued out of lthe Small Claims Execution.
,Court of Bay County, Flo.'ida, upon This the 22nd day of August, A.
a Judgement in Case No. 043 in D., 1956. S
which Bay Machine & Welding BYRD E. PARKER
Company is the plaintiff and J.AH. 'Sheriff, Gulf :County ,
Daughtry c/o Trotter-Mahgee Lum-
ber tCompany is the defendant. t7
T in p- n ii^ on ,. ft willn l l


I have ilevi. V uupo and w .LlU Ie i
ait piublic nationn to the highest
bidder ..r L-anli .t tilie Trotter-Mah
gee Saw Mill loc.a'ed 1', miles West
of We:wahi.r1h-., Fl,.r;da on the 10
day of &eptember, 1956; between
the hours of 11:00 ,.m. and 2:00
p.m. the following described person-
al property, to-wit:
i Power take o;? L t.s + or IM
Diesel Engine which supplies

ITS
WAll ELECTRIC

COMPANY
FOR EXPERT
Electrical Repairs
and
Contracting
DIAL BA 7-433T


CHURCH OF CHRIST
Highway 98 and 5th St.
Highland View, Fla.
SUNDAY
Bible Study ..-. 10:00 a.m.
Worship Serv. -.. 11:00 a.m.
Evening Serv. ... 8:00 p.m.'<
WEDNESDAY
Wed., 8:00 p.ni. Bible Study


VOTE FOR
N. C. NEDLEY
for
City Commissioner
GROUP THREE
Subject to City Primary Election
September 11, 1956
I will sincerely appreciate your
vote and support.


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..if :3Ur.3..AI1ilr '1' Rn IC,% I'


affair v.'ere Mr J.1. P ipliheil lio.
: i@ t or [nn oh -ospec rlv.' hridJ aud
Mris. Eiri 1'..i P; idgr..- mother
of the bridegroom elect: Miss Hoi-
en Cheeck, Mi s Boucile McCor-"
mick. Miss Nancy Pridgeon. Miss
Patsy Wilder. Mrs. S. Cheec, ar".
Mrs. H. C. Brown. Jr.


T. S. SINGLETARY
Candidate For
City Commissioner
GROUP FOUR
Subject to City Primary Election
September 11, 1956
I will do all in my power for
he benefit of the city. Your vote
nd support will be '(7,ircociai.'d.


VOTE FOR
MERRILL SHERRILL
for
City Commissioner
GROUP FOUR
Subject to City Primary Election
September 11, 1956
Your vote and support will
be appreciated
VOTE FOR
Wesley R. Ramsey
for
City Commissioner
GROUP FOUR
Subject to City Primary Election
September 11, 1956
Vote for progress in your ci'lf's
affairs. Your vote and sifupp.iorI
witl be appreciated.


Green and gold interior.
*A Extra deep door holds qu6rf
I milk. bottles.


* Full width 40-lb. freezer
with loading shelf. -
* 16-lb. Glass top meat chest.
* 5-Year Warranty.


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FIRESTONE HOME & AUTO SUPPLY STORE


PORT ST..JOE, LA.


B. W. EELLS, Owner


1 SOFA With Slip Cover, Reg., $149.50

1 SOFA BED, Regularly $89.95


1 3-Piece SECTIONAL SOFA, Regularly $249.50 Now Only $17.50


1 SOFA BED SUITE, Regularly $119.50

1 SOFA BED SUITE, Regularly $119.50


1 Norge Wringer Type WASHER, Reg. $149.95

I Maytag Wringer Type WASHER, Reg. $179.95

4 Table Top OIL RANGES, Reg. $139.95


9X12 HEAVY DUTY


Linoleum ugs $9.95





FO OHA.D FURW ITURCo.


Phone 7-7181


321 Reid Ave.


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