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PORT ST. JOB
Community With a
THE 4 STAR
Published In Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con-
tinued Development of
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Port St. Joe The Ouflet Port for the Apalachicola-Ghattahoochee Valley"
AUmion Barbecue Dinner Draws Large Labor Day Crowd;
ETAOIN SHRDLU Games, Contests and Speeches Entertain About 3,500
If tli-re's anytlnri l.rder it ran
having a holiday on Monday i an,
getting ha.ck to work 1.11 Tu.dt...
I diioJh'. I'now W lh t it iL Tlli .t's :-'
bard-er than going to work Mondlay
aif't-i [li. day off Sun -day.
We weren't the only one who
bit the so-called "labor paper"
advertising last week. Upon look-
ing at the paper, half of the mer-
chants in Port St. Joe were vic-
tims. They came in at an oppor-
tune time, just when the Labor
SUnions were putting on the dog
here, for the merchants to offer
'heir salutations to them on La-
bor Day. And they don't even
get the paper.
Another little item to chalk up
Regardli-s. of who is elected in
the coming city election Tuesday,
we uniild I'be an advocate of a four
year term for CLy officials. The
two ye-ar ti':ri just long enough
for a man LO ect used to the riga-
inarc'l, that tH1- Commission must
gu throuuhl lu uopiirate and then his
term is up.
,'it (oarse all these channels are
litut up a;i safeguards to the public,
but we would .zyv that it would be
pretty tard for ilie public to define
it tlih Ia hlas bl,-e broken by these
officials d n- ti, iiieir complexity.
ThingIs thai the average person
would termin a ni-re routine have
to be ldon- just so by the law mak-
ers. Everylhiiug bought has to be
let out uin bid.. when the process
of getting and lertting bids some-
tiLnmes ,',s a' uuch as the work
to be done or the object to be
bought. It took a. raft of lawyers
to draw up i -y -;tem and it must
be for tih better. but I declare it
is a pain to get uied to.
We went fishing out in the bay:
Monday morning with some
,rends and relatives.
Tiny Jones and Bill Hammock
took us out on Watson Smith's
Whether you get any fish or
not, the antics of Tiny will make
the trip interesting.
We left port at 6:00 a.m. sharp
and went straight across to the
point to try some red fishing. An
early start would put us there
before anyone else-we thought.
When we got there, Bob King,
George Wimberly, Jr., Hubert
Richards and Coach Craig had
already driven to Money Bayou
and around the point on a jeep
and were up to their armpits out
in the water fishing. Wonder what
time they left home?
We made the rounds of the buoys
trolling and came back to the point
Our doughty fishermen were still
A-bout 100 yards or fess from
them a herd of devil fish-large
ones-were playing and feeding.
Underneath each of the devil fish
a small school of sharks were swim-
ming. Tiny Jones harpooned one of
the huge fish and he snapped the
tow rope like a twine string. P
And i.lill our doughty fishermen
were out in the water fishing de-
spite the devil fish and sharks
swititmiig around in their fishing
We-didn't catch too many fish,
but we had a whale of a good time
and got back to -the barbecue just
in lime to be left out.
All in all, Labor Day was a good
Service Stations c
Plan Sunday Hours d
Beginning with the first of this c
month, ser 'ice stations in Port St. f
Joe will take turns on being open b
on Sunday. 'I
SIn thie p)asi, some stations were
,open and some were closed. Now, p
.by .;gretiiitetn between the service a
stations, two will be open on Sun- a
day and the r.ist will be closed. The a
two opeu on Sunday will rotate, b
This move is being made by the s
service ,taiions cooperating to F
give everyone a day off and still b
.not interiere with Sunday d:ivers
w-ho ..ed gasoline and oil. f
'.n advertisement to this effect E
. uill be found on page four of this i
week's Issue of The Star. ,b
PEOPLE -MILL about waiting their turn at the feeding table
for barbecue. About 3,500 people turned out for the fee
with nearly 500 being turned away. ( photo
1 J .'
Cll()\\-l)S GATHER around the spetki-.r\ rostrum to ie.a
Senator-elect Bart Knight and others speak. Other activities
were provided for recreation also. (* photo
PEOPLE SIT all over the park eating Monday about 1:30 as
served barbecued beef and the trimmings.
in th- tr.t .'f it-. kind in nji.-i,r
"' -t I1' ye.''rs, rle Ljitu, ni 'n. ,:,t .:
I al- -L ad-I t-V L l ,-"''' i L t-., .
"'" whole week before the big day, Ih
weatherman smiled on. the Union
SandapproximaE. 3,500 guests wi;
" attended their barbecue party.
A large crowd was on hand front
the beginning of the party at 9:0
a.m. Monday and lasted through
,- most of the evening.
Guest speakers at the affair
praised the Unions for their under
taking. The principal speaker o
the evening was Senator-elect Bar
'.. SKnight of Blountstown. Knight tol-
Mof his first visit to Gulf County an
compared Gulf County of those
~ days to the bustling progression
area of today.
The afternoon saw participation
es in many games and contests with
ed water sports being a thing of grea
o) interest. The water sports showed
the great interest in boating ant
water play in this area and pu
further emphasis on the need o
boating facilities in the Port St
Lions Score Board
Installed This Week
The Lions Club scoreboard has
been Installed on the football
field and will be put Into operat-
ing order this week end.
- The Lions, a newly formed club
in Port St. Joe, took the purchase
of the scoreboard as their first
+. project. To raise funds they put
on a Womaniess Wedding and
sold brooms along with many
S other activities.
The Lions still owe a small
- amount on the scoreboard. To
.r defray this debt, they will again
s hold a broom sale within the next
) two weeks.
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about 2,500 to 3,000 people were
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The 1956 edition of the Shark .the initial nod will probably go to
football team got down to serious Ed Smith who has the edge on ex-
business Monday as they donned perience and is a fine ball handler.
he heavy equipment in preparation The line will be all fresh meat
or their first game with Apalachi- with some good sized beef steaks
ola on September 21. to fill the gaps. Larry Mansfield
The Sharks, who were heavily and Alex Gaillard are two good
damaged by graduation, will see sized boys who will plug up the
only two regulars returning to take tackle spots. Sonny Chafin, who is
large. All conference, all big bend another good sized young man and
fullback Wayne Taylor will be the Kenneth Hurlbut, Fred Griffin, Wil-
big gun for the Sharks this year. -liam Lucas will probably be in the
'he only other returning regular front line at the guard positions.
will be Frank Fletcher who is ex- Charles Boyer, Tommy Wilder
pected to do a lot of ball playing Monty Gentry and Bill Chism will
t end. Halfbacks Buddy Hudson slug it out for the center position
nd Travis Jones, who was injured and Coach Craig has a fine group of
about mid-season last year, will be ends to pick from in Frank Flet-
back to help fill up the halfback cher, Larry Porter, Billy Denton
pot along with Wilford Elliott, and David Musselwhite.
bonnie Young and Ronnie Holsen- The Sharks will probably be rat-
back. ed as favorites in at least five of
,Coach Craig has three candidates their games but the inexperience
fighting it out for quarterback in of the squad will be a big factor
Ed Smith, Blair Shuford and Jack- in the outcome of the season. The
e Mitchell. All these boys have Sharks great spirit and determina-
een looking good in practice but tion is one factor that will be hard
Single Copy 8o
City First Primary Electlio
Slated For Next Tue day
Saints Trip Apalachicola Monday To
Win Gulf Coast League Play-off
0 By BOB ELLZEY
Lh Monday afternoon the St. Joe
Saints treated the visitors from
r Apalachicola in a nice neighborly
r- manner by not scoring until the
)f bottom half of the e-iLhth inning
t But they also kept the Oystermen
d from scoring the same length ol
d time. Manager Bascom Hamm
e pitching with complete control of
g the ball at all times showed the vis-
itors some fancy throwing. 01
n course, he was backed up by some
h excellent infield defense and the
t outfield players brought into the
d basket what balls the visitors were
d able to send out there.
t The spectators saw a very fine
f ball game and not a one left until
. the final out in the top half of the
ninth inning. K. Bloodworth, the
Oysterman pitcher showed he would
be a very fine pitcher in the years
ahead. The Gulf Coast League will
see plenty of this very young man
(Bloodworth is only 14 years old).
After going seven innings with-
out getting into the scoring side
of the game, the power of the
Saints came to bat and decided the
game must be won. MT,-K 12It'. i-iT r-
ring, Philyaw and Murdock did just
that. They scored two runs and tBteu
the visitors came up to bat and
i scored one run in the last half of
the ninth with two men out.. An
over-anxious ball player tried to
take one base too many and W. J.
Herring fielded the ball to Jinmmy
Pbilyaw at third to, end the h al;
:g.lne -and the play-off series."
Ttii. down-to-the-wire play put
the Saints out front in the best
two-out-of-three play-off and made
them the winners of the play-off.
The management and the players
of the St. Joe Saints want zo thank
all of the fans for attending the
games. They want to thank tho
merchants for their support. Tne
Comes To St. James
The Vestry of St. James' Episco-
pal Church have announced that the
Rev. Gardner D. Underhill, B. D.,
has accepted a call' to become
,Priest-in-charge of iSt. James'
Church, Port St. Joe, and of St.
John's Church, Wewahitchka.
Mr. Underhill began his new
work on the first of September. He
came to Port St. Joe from Windsor,
North Carolina, where he had been
the Rector of St. Thomas' Church
for the past six years. During his
ministry there the congregation de-
veloped greatly and the giving for
the work of the Church tripled. Fur-
ther, during Mr. Underhill's admin-
istration a beautiful, modern, effi-
cient Parish House was built.
Retail Merchants' Division deserves
special thanks for putting on Mer-
chant's night. We also want to p'ub-
licly acknowledge the fine support
from the local automobile dealers.
These people made it possible for
the Saints to make their road trips.
f They picked up the monthly gas
, bills and paid it themselves. The
f Star Publishing Company has do-
- nated its space and time in order
f that the public would know what
was happening with your local
baseball team. To all of these peo-
ple, we say thank you and urge
the support of our townspeople to
buy from our local merchants who
are so prompt to support commun-
HAjRRY DOWDEN, Pres., Treas.
W. 0. HOWARD, Business Mgr.
BASCOM HAMM, Field Mgr.
R. H. ELLZEY, Publicity Mgr.
GCEA Sets Forum
Tonight At High
The Gulf County Education As-
sociation has set Hhursday, Sep-
tember 6, at 8:00 p.m. Port St. Joe
High School Auditorium, at the
time and meeting place for a spe-
cial meeting of this organization.
Representatives fro milay organi-
vatio.;n-. together with representa-
tve-. from county adiiin,.- ..itiv
groups, have been asked to attend
the meeting in order that they may
hear a discussion of the school sit-
nation in Gulf County.
It will be brought out in the
meeting that the Gulf County Edu-
cation Association believes that the
people of Gulf County want good
schools and are willing to do what
is necessary to obtain and retain
competent teachers and provide
adequate facilities otherwise. For
this reason the Gulf County Educa-
tion Association is sponsoring a b
Gulf County Continuing Education-
al Council which will be organized
at this meeting. .
After its organization, the pur-
pose of the Council will be to study'.
the school problems of Gulf Coun-
ty and to devise ways of solving
these problems in order that the
people may have the kind of schools
they want fo their children.
The GCEA will welcome the at-,
tendance of any interested lay in-
dividuals besides those who will
come as representatives of groups.
New Coach Assumes
Duties At High School
A new coach, James Gunter, as-
sumed his duties this wew.lk at Port
rt. U rh e d on C St. Joe High School. Coacn Gunter
will coach the Junior High Schorl
lege, North Carolina where he vas football squad.
a member of the Pi Gamma Mu Na- Coach Gunter comes tPortSt.
tion~al Sockial qemQY>o>p, T-Tono/t ?r\/ qo i-
ty and was graduated with the A.
B. degree. He was prepared for the
to beat. ministry at Andover-Newton Theo-
Coach Craig says that he has a logical School, Newton Centre, Mas-
group of new boys out this year sachusetts where he received his
and the way they are showing up B.D. degree at the head of the An-
now, any one of them could move dover section of the graduating
into the first spots, class. He also did work at Berkeley
-- Divinity School of New Haven,
Connecticut. Before ordination f'or
Retail MerChants Plan service in the Episcopal Church in
Meetin Next Wee 1940, the Rev. Mr. Underhill was
eeting NeXt Week a minister of the Congregational
Christian Church serving parishes
The Retail Merchants Division of of that denomination in New York
the Port St. Joe Chamber of CGrn- and Massachusetts.
merce will have a dinner meeting The Underhills have three chil-
for all members and guests at 7:00 dren; Gardner D, I.I, who is an an-
p.m. Thursday, September 13 at nouncer and news director at. a
the Methodist Church. radio station in Lafayette Lcuis-
iana; Walter S. who is a graduate
.Speaker for the occasion will be of Duke University School of En-
Harold W. Go~orth, Manager of the of Duke University School of En-
Harold W.ama Goorth, Manager of the gineering and is now a Lieutenant
Panama City Chamber of Co in the Marines and is living at
Quantico, Virginia; and Doni.a
Guests of the Division at this Wray who has entered Junior High
meeting will be the Board of Di- School in Port St. Joe. Mrs. Under-
rectors of the ChamLer, their hill was Mary Vivian Cox of Wa-
wives and wives of members verly, Virginia.
Joe from Jackson, Mississippi,
where he attended Central High
School. At attended Hidads junior
College, at Raymond, Miss and Mis-
sissippi .Southern College at Hat-
tiesburg. He has served -foar years
in the United States Navv.
Coach Gunter will be assisted In
his duties with the Junior High
football squad by Coy Williams of
----*--- -** '
In Windsor North Carolin-ihe has
served in various capacities in com-
munity organizations including bhe
chairmanship of the annual fund
drive for the Bertie County RlEd
Cross, a member of the Board of
Directors of the Rotary Club, Vice
President and later President of
the Rotary Club. Before going t)
Windsor he served as the Chaplain
of the Masonic Lodge, the Advisory
Board of the Order of DeMolay and
as a member of the Board of Direc-
tors of the Ro'ary Club.
%iar Want Ad Gti Rcsul!t
Two Seats On City
Council Are Up
To The Voters
Tuesday is election day in Port
You the voter will go to the polls
and decide on who you want for
Commissioners in Groups Three
Tuesday's election will be the
first primary with the second pri-
mary run-off to follow the next
Three candidates, Ted Beard, R.
H. "Bob" Ellzey and I. C. Nedliy
are on the ticket seeking the seat
for Group numbtbr Three. Nedley
has f.,-.nerly held this position and
was defeated two years ago by
George Wimberly. Gordon Hall-
mark, who succeeded Winiberly af-
ter his resignation a year ago, is
not seeking re-election. Both. Beard
and ,Alzey are newcomers to local
In District Four, a group of five
will strive tor the position. Incum-
bent -' esley R. Ramsey is seeking
re-electi n and is opposed b~. iis
opponent of two years ago, Frank-
lin W: Chandler and three other
candidates, F. Kay Clark, T. S. -Sin-
gletary and Merrill (iSonny) Sher-
The election, as usual, will be
held, at the City Hall fire station
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and
VPollholders for the election will
be: C. A. Lupton, Clerk; Mrs. Ad-
die Goodsoin, Mrs. W. J. Ferrell and
Mr-.. Ruth Ranmey, in..le:' T, and
0. M. Morton, Sr., Bailiff.
Approximately 1,275 voter-i are
registered in the city.
W. C. Forehand
Will Be Honored
Among the oldest Odd Fellows, if
not the oldest, in Florida, M r. W. C.
Forehand of Highland View, will
be honored by Samaritan Lodge
No. 40, Port St. Joe, of which lodge
Mr. Forehand is a member, at it.;
meeting to be held September 6.
Mr. Forehand, 91 years of age this
month, and 57 years an Odd: Fel-
low, and still one of St. Joe's mosi.
active business men and civic lead-
ers will be in the spot light of tri-
bute and praise at that meeting
for his long, unbroken period of
faithful service to the Port St. Joe
Lodge andOdd Fellowship In gen-
(Brdther Forehand is a Charter
Member of the St. Joe Lodge, ser-
ved as District Deputy Grand Mar-
ter in Wisconsin, Indiana and Flor-
ida, and has held the position of
Grand Herald of the Grand Lodge
of the State of Florida.
'Six candidates, called the Fore-
hand Class, will get the Third de-
gree. After the Initiation and com-
pletion of the ceremony honoring
Brother Forehand, refreshments
will be served.
Odd Fellows from other lodges
are especially invited to attend
this meeting. Local members are
urged to attend.
Dr. Frye Talks About
Hunting To Rotaurins
By C. A. FITE
Dr. 0. Earl Frye, Chief Biologist
and Assistant Director of the Flor-
da Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission, gave a very Interest-
ng explanation of the state's pub-
ic hunting program at the Rotary
Wlub last Thursday.
With the population of Flori l~ itt-
reasing at a rapid rate aond otr
nd more wildlands being p,..,1--i
very year, Frye says that th:, con-
rolled areas are the only aniiwi-
o good hunting. These areas are
et up by mutual agreement be-
ween the landowner and the local
people, stocked with game by the
tate, closed for a few years and
hien opened to supervised huniri,;
(Continued On Page 8)
-IORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER '. 1956
1956 Shark Team Showing Promise Even With Loss
Enght Key Men From Last Year s Local Grad S uad
PA"L rwo~ TH STAR. POI ST JO- GULPnc COUNTY FLRD THRDY SETEBE 6. 1956-- LI~~l~
Hospital Auxiliary Names New
Rummage Sale Managers, Schdule
Mrs. Joe Hendrix and Mrs. Frank bell and Mrs. Fred Davis.
Hannon have been named as the September 29, Mrs. J. C. Odum
new rummage sale managers by the and Mrs. Durel Brigman.
Hospital Auxiliary. They have ap- October 6, Mrs. Earl Atchison
pointed members of the Auxiliary and Mrs. Gannon Buzzett.
to serve on certa.n dat.s at the
sale and have listem them below: October 13, Mrs. Kenneth Brad-
sa and have listemnax and Mrs. Frank Hannon.
September 1, Mrs. A. L. Ward October 20, Mrs. Herbert Brown
and Mrs. Gus Creech. and Mrs. H. 0. Philyaw.
Sep.,mber 8, Mrs. Ru'h Soule October 27, Mrs. L. S. Bissept
and Mrs. Brigg, Saisson. and Mrs. Otto Anderson.
September 15, Mrs. Bill Whaley and November 3, Mrs. Harry Saunders
Mrs Milton Chafln. and Mrs. J. Lamar Miller.
September 22, Mrs. Henry Camp. 'November 10, Mrs. William Wa-
Come to Gulf Sands Restaurant Friday Night for
All The Fried Fish You Can Eat
FOR ONLY $1.25
INCLUDES FRENCH FRIES, HUSH PUPPIES
Serving Starts at 5:00 p.m. until 10:30 p.m.
We are again serving our delicious
DELICIOUS SUNDAY DINNERS
2 MEATS 3 VEGETABLES SALAD DESERT
HOT ROLLS TEA or COFFEE
Gulf Sands Restaurant
A VOTE FOR
R. H. 'B ohb' Elizey
Is A Vote For Progressive Government
1. I will support a program supplying ample recreational
facilities for our children.
2. I will propose a civil service board to cover our city
3. I will request a citizen committee to be formed to help
plan for bond issues.
4. I will cooperate with the City Council in all efforts to
obtain a fair and just share of the Secondary Road Fund.
5. I will support fair building and zoning laws.
6. I will support constructive planning of water and sewer-
7 I pledge my cooperation with other members of the
City Council on sound and economical projects.
R. H. "BOB" ELLZEY [ X
CITY COMMISSIONER GROUP 3
|! A A W A| ^ ^ U U U
STAC House To Open
This Saturday Night
The St. Joe Sharks Teenage Cen-
ter will open Saturday night with
an informal party. Games with priz-
es and dancing will be enjoyed by
the members. Students who do not
have their membership cards can
purchase them at the door. Hours
will be from 7:30 until 10:30 p.m.
The St. James' Episcopal Parish
House will be used again as the
center until further notice.
At a special meeting Tuesday,,
student officers for the STAC
House was elected as follows:
President, Miss Barbara Mitchell;
vice-president M,iss Delores Chism;
treasurer, Jerry Buchert and secre-
tary Miss Judy Fensom. These of-
ger and Mrs. S. L. Barke.
November 17, Mrs. J. 0. Baggett
and Mrs. Percy Fleishel.
November 24, Mrs. Joe Hendrix
and Mrs. Joe Ferrell.
December 1, Mrs. Lamar Hardy
and Mrs. Joe Sharit.
December 8, Mrs. Wayne Hen-
drix and Mrs. Wesley Grace.
December 15, Mrs. Jake Belin and
Mrs. Vic Anderson.
December 222. Mrs. J. R. Smith
and Mrs. Briggs Scisson.
December 29, Mrs. Cecil Costin,
Sr., and Mrs. Joe Dowd.
January 5, Mrs. Charles Gill and
Mrs. George Anchors.
January 13, Mrs. Bill Whaley and
Mrs. Milton Chafin.
January 20, Mrs. Henry Camp-
bell and Mrs. Fred Davis.
January 27, Mrs. Durel Brigman
and Mrs. J. C. Odum.
February 4, Mrs. A. P. Wakefield
and Mrs. Basil Kenney, Jr.
February 11, Mrs. Ruth Soule and
Mrs. S. B. Shuford.
February 18, Mrs. A. L. Wanr
and Mrs. Gus Creech.
February 25, Mrs. Byron Smirh
and Mrs. Percy Fleishel.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Disti,,butd by RKO RADIO PICTURES, IW
UP..am ount pe4ft
Playing This Week At The Movies
Have your doctor phone us
or bring your prescriptions
Shop The Self-Service Way
in Air-Conditioned Comfort
JOHN ROBERT SMITH
OPEN HOURS: Sunday and Weekdays, 2-.4: p n.
OPEN SATURDAYS AT 10:30 A.M.
THURSDAY and FR:t\'Y
BILL TRAVERS A- AA so, :,
"ANTS IN PANTRY"
-- FEATURE No. I -- FEATURE No. 2 --
R- ORY CALHOUN P~i'ER LAS'S
iACt% CARSON -MAMI Va~nDOCREN
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Wednesday & Thursday
-I Paramount presents
SING OoNALD 1
TEC I LOR vO!si0N
ficers make the laws and set the
pace for the members along with
members of a committee appointed
by the sponsor, the Port St. Joe
High School Parent-Teacher As-
To be eligible as a member, one
must be a student at the high school
and must purchase a membership
card. The project of the STAC
House is to build a youth center.
Mrs. Margaret Bigg's, English in-
structor, is the youth director of
the STAC House.
Young Men To Conduct
The young Presbyterian Men
soon to leave for the armed ser-
vices and college will conduct an
Inspirational and unusual service
Sunday night at 8:00. The young
men will presnet special messages
of a short nature and lead in all
parts of the service. The members
of the Presbyterian Church are an-
ticipating this fine service, and al!
the friends of these young men are
Ben Elder will enter his Junior
year at the University of Florida.
Timothy Elder will enter Columbia
Theological Seminary in De-atur,
Ga. Bob 'Smith will be .a: Emory
in Atlanta, while Jimmy Marlowe
will be a freshman at Chipola Jun-
ior College. Bobby Stebel will re-
port Monday for the U S. Air
Force while Ray Oliver will report
on September 12 for the paratroop-
ers at Fort Jackson.
A special fellowship and hymn
sing for all the youth in town will
follow at the Presbyterian Church
,Dan Sexton was called to Tus-
caloosa, Alabama, Saturday night
due to the death of his mother, Mrs.
Mary Sexton. Funeral services were
held Monday afternoon in Tusca-
WMU Holds Monthly
Business Meeting Tues.
The Woman's Missionary Union
of the First Baptist Church held
their monthly business meeting
Tuesday afternoon at 3 p.m. at the
church with Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon,
The session opened with the sing-
ing of "The Kingdom is Coming",
Mrs. Pridgeon presented the devo-
tional with a talk on "God's Bles,
sing's", followed with prayer by
Mrs. W. I. Garden.
iRoutine business was transacted
with reports of all officers and
chairmen present. The nominating
committee- presented the slate of
new officers for the coming year
as follows: President, Mrs. W. C.
Pridgeon; first vice-presiden', Mrs.
Wesley Ramsey; second vice-presi
dent, Mrs. Milton Chafin: third
vice-president, Mrs. W. D. Richard
son; recording secretary, Mrs. L.
W. Cox; treasurer, Mrs. Clifford
Tharpe; corresponding secretary,
Mrs. W. J. Herring and publicity
chairman, Mrs. J. 0. Baggett
Next Monday a.: 3 min. the WM'I
w.;, nEeet at the cifi' "i to hear re-
ports on the WIT week at Ridge,
crest, N. C., given by Mrs. Milton
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"PICTURESQUE PORTUGAL" Short
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Chapter 5-of Serial "CAPTAIN AFRICA"
"CRISTOPHER CROMPET'S PLAYMATES" Cartoon
SUNDAY and MONDAY
New Minister Arrives At
New Beach Church
Rev. Mr. Harry M. Punt and his
family have come to Port St. Joe
to serve the new Bethel-by-the-Sea
Presbyterian Church on the Beach.
Rev. Mr. Punt has been an out-
standing evangelistic missionary
for the ;Southern Presbyterian
Chafin and Mrs. James Wilson.
Names will be drawn fdr the cir-
cles of the WMTJ. All members are
urged to be present.
The meeting closed with a prayer
by Mrs. J. 0. Baggett.
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THE STAR,- POR7 ST. JOW, GULF COUNTYr, FLORIDA
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1956
Church in the Belgian Congo for 20
years. He will be in this country
for another year and has chosen
to work in this area and to speak
on missions in the West Florida.
Mr. Punt and his wife are origin
ally from the Netherlands.
They have three children in the
local High School, Elizabeth. Leo
Visitors From Georgia
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Griffin, Jr,,
and daughter, vi .iiJ]:.. of Perry,
Georgia were the week end -uests
of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey
and family. Mrs. Griffin is Mrs,.
fHOP PORT ST. JOE FIRST PAY CASH AND PAY LESS g, ~ .- SHOP PORT ST. JOE FIRST
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Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Monday
SEPTEMBER 6,7, 8 and 10
liurricane Hits YL S!
Drastic Stock Reduction
ALL SUMMER GOODS MUST GO! The profit is all yours. We need
the space. Fall merchandise arriving every day. Hnurry, Hurry -
This won't happen again until next year!
SHOP ST. JOE FIRST Help make your own home town a better place in which to shop It will benefit you too!
Dollar Day Vote for Jr.! Hi Fellas!
Boy's Happy Jim Jeans
2 for $3.00
Sturdy, 10 oz. denim Zipper front
Right for school or play. Sizes 4 to 16
BOY'E LEE RIDERS
2 for $5.00
Ponder this one over considerably The cost
is up our price is down
GIRL'S SCHOOL DRESSES
Sizes 3 to 6X and 7 to 14. Pretty as a picture in
newest fall prints and styles. Sanforized for
DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL FOR MISS AND MRS.
Shorts & T-Shirts
2 for $1.00
Buy plenty; Beat tne heat.
3 Star Values
A Must for School
Boys and Girls
2 for $1.00
So wearable wherever you go.
Fits all sizes
Babies Is Our Business Too
12 for $2.00
Reg. $2.49 Quality
27X27 First Quality
3 Yds. $1.00
36" wide. Best selection ever
Pedal Pushers -
- 2 for $3.00
ONE GROUP $1.00 ONE GROUP $2.00
All well known brands. All first quality ----- So washable- So wearable!
3 for 1.00
Ladies Size 4 to 9
Girls, Size 2 to 14
I Looke like 69c
2 for $3.00
Dollar Day treat for the "Little Ones"
Toddlers and Girls
SUMMER SPORT WEAR
Sun Suits, .Shorts, Swim Wear
VALUES TO $1.98
At such savings it would be well to anticipate
next year's needs. Sizes 1 to 3 and 3 to 6X.
Rose, grey and blue
Nothing sizzling here but-
Short sleeves. Van Heusen, T"u-
lane. Values to $3.95.
Dollar Day Vote for Dad's Comfort
$4.00 and $6.00
Cool, cool value Sizes 28 to 42
For men. Makes walking a pleasure. Cool for
home and beach. Sizes 28 to 42.
DOLLAR DAY DRESS SAVIN SS
Truly a sensational offer Values to $12.75
SIZES: Juniors, Misses, Half Sizes. You're getting
the cream, we're taking the whipping.- No lay-aways
ALL SALES ON THESE DRESSES FINAL
iHOP PORT ST. JOE FIRST
$ DAY SPECIAL
Sew and save
Plaids & Stripes
4 Yds. $3.00
Drip dry. No, wrinkle
Exciting new colors
$1.00 $2.00 $3.00
Screaming value. Various
Shapes and colors.
Values to $4.98
$ DAY SHOE VALUES
Ladies dress and casual
Shoes & Sandals
Values to $9.95
2 for $3.00
Values to $2.98
Published Every Thursday At 306 Wlliams Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY B. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,
Reporter, Proof Reader and Bookkeeper
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Postoffice, Port St. Joe, Fla., under Act of March 8, 1879.
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TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in ader
tisements, the publishers do not hold themselvees liable f'r
damages further than amount received for 50oh advertisement
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed w-rd"
is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely aseer',I
the printed word thoroughly cnovinces. The spoken word
1 lost- the printed word remal.
Congratulations, Union Members
We are of the opinion that the Labor Unions of this
area deserve an "A" for effort.
They put on a grand barbecue and had a good program
to go along with it. It took a lot of planning and work and they
learned about some more planning they will have to do next
Their efforts were so rewarding that, even though they
they 2,000 pounds of beef on hand, there wasn't enough to go
around. The turn-out even exceeded the Union's expectations.
We are proud of the people of this area for giving them this
show of attendance.
We are proud of the Unions f6r observing a holiday here
in grand style. It is done in other places but Por.t St. Joe has
been rather lax in holiday observances. We hope that this will
not remain so.
Another thing we give them credit for, is for doing the
thing up right. Professional barbecuers (if there is such a word)
were brought in to make the meat right. Those thousands who
were served can testify to that fact.
We trust that some of the crowds of people who did not
get served, will not feel bitter toward the hosts. After all that
was quite an undertaking and the planning was for an uncertain
number of people. They will take this into consideration next
time, because they now know that the people of Port St. Joe are
hungry for this kind of get-together.
Better Shopping Means Cooperation
We are full of bouquets this week.
We will now pass one to the Chamber of Commerce.
The directors of that organization have taken up with the fever
of the Merchants Division of that organization to push a trade-
at-home campaign. The Chamber is going to the root of the
matter and will-conduct a survey this week end to ascertain just
why people prefer to trade in adjacent cities rather than with
their home-town merchants. The questionfiaires will be mailed
out to the citizens in the city in the form of a post card. They
desire an anonymous answer on the return card that will be
This is not just a survey that will provide information
that will be thrown in the waste basket .if isn't what they want to
hear. The results will be carefully analyzed and a campaign will
be then waged among the merchants to try and better our. shop-
With the cooperation of you and the merchants, this
port city can have one of the busiest and most modern shopping
districts anywhere around here. .
This can only be brought about .-by cooperation.
The Chamber realizes and we think the buying pub-
lic realizes that each dollar spent at home, works at home. You
will find that most progressive communities is a close knit and
cooperating community. -Your dollar spent at home will serve
to build your community and then we can have some of the
luxuries that a community should have in place of struggling
along just to have the necessities of life as in the past.
We believe every merchant in town is in the same boat.
They are too large to work on a small scale and don't have quite
enough volume to expand on a larger scale to offer a larger shop-
ping area and selection.
More volume means lower prices. The prices in Port
St. Joe can be checked with advertisements in metropolitan news-
papers and you will practically no variance. A little more volume.
at home would make local prices even lower.
We trust that the Chamber's survey will ultimately bring
Recognition Must Come
T. Coleman Andrews, the former Internal Revenue Com-
missioner who established a record for efficiency in collecting in-
S( / come taxes, and then resigned to conduct a nation-wide campaign
against this "legalized confiscation", has been nominated for the
presidency by the Houston convention of the Constitution Party,
Striped and may be drafted for the post by "For America", the conserva-
Cannon live group headed by General Robert E. Wood Dean Clarence
Ses Mani6n, Dan Smoot and Brigadier General Bonner Fellers. Fur-
ther, he has the endorsement of New Jersey conservatives and
2 for has been urged to run by a similar-minded delegation from five
Reg. 69 We do not expect Mr. Andrews to be our next President
i BATH any mcre than we expect him to slay the income tax dragon
Before next April. But if there were in existence the machinery
H by which he might be presented to the voters in No\-mber, he
Qfr$1.00 ell might win. The growing ferment among uncounted mil-,.
$1.00 ions of conservatives who are unhappily affiliated with both-
parties must sooner or later have an outlet and increasing num-
blers of s.n*,,,_h rightist organizations are doing their best to:
To underrate Mr. Andrews may be as unwise as to
ignore the legion of voters who have no place to go.
- We Lose!
SHOP PORT ST. JOE FIRS The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors
SHOP AT BOYLES FIRST IN ST. JOE All these items must go You Win!
THS STtAR, PORT ST. JOL GULF COUNTY, VLOR;DA
THUPSMAY, UPTEMSEER G5, 196S
r CASH AND PAYI
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Disability Freeze Insurance Payments
Will Be Available After July, 1957
4ash disability insurance pay- ity insurance benefits in addition
ments to people age 50 or over will to the attainment of age 50 are the
be available for Juiy, au, uum same as they have been for the
social security because of the 1956 disability freeze in the Social Se-
changes in the law, John V. Carey, curity Law since 1954. The individ-
Diatrict Manager of the Panama ual must be completely unable to
City social security office, said this engage in any type of substantial,
week, Applications for these dis- gainful work. The disability must
ability insurance benefits cannot be have lasted a full six months before
accepted before October, 1956. Also, age 65 and must still be in exist-
it an individual has established a ence. Assumin gthe existence of
disability freeze, it will not be nee- such a disability, the individual: also
e sary that he contact the social must have five full years of social
security office. security credits I' the 10-year per-
The requirements for the disabil- iod before disability began and
Franklin W. Chandler
Subject to City Primary Election
September 11, 1956
I will 'always try to represent the
views of the people. Your vote
will be appreciated.
must have one and one-half years
of social security credits in the
three-year period before disability
Individuals who feel that they
meet the requirements for the disV'
ability freeze but have not made
application for the freeze should
do so now at their nearest sociall
security office. An application for
disability that began as far back
as October, 1941. Applications for
the freeze filed after June of 1957
-- -- -f- f
car only go oack for a period
All but two Service Stations In Port St.
Joe will be closed each Sunday from
now on. Two stations will remain open
to serve your gasoline needs. The open
service stations will be different each
We trust that we will receive your full
cooperation in this matter.
Participatingin in this closing schedule
are the following service stations.
PATE'S SHELL SERVICE STATION
WOOLFORD STANDARD SERVICE
TOMLINSON GULF SERVICE
YANK'S SERVICE STATION
W & W STANDARD SERVICE
THOMASON PURE OIL SERVICE
MCCiolloch Plunge Bow-Chain Saw
* SAVES WORK
* CUTS FASTER
* LASTS LONGER
Prices Start at $339.00
You cut W1UiL Ue y ox the
bow, standing upright for both
bucking and felling! Tapered
tip prevents pinching. Double
spikes keep cut straight. Spe-
cial hard alloy chain track
Come in for Demonstration
Joe McPine Sez:
Buy Your McCulloch
Chain Saw from
Clements Motor & Supply Co.
S. Main St.
THE. S T-R, IO ST. I IIOL L CO I1TY FLOIDA THRSDA IY.... 1M -
Individuals who have been noti-
fied that their rdisabillty freeze ha,
been established and who wilf be
60 years of age by July of 1957 can
be assured that their nearest so-
,'ctal security office will contact
them prior to the end of April, 19,57,
in regard to making their applica-
tion for the disability insurance
benefits. It is not necessary for the
individual who has established dis-
ability freeze to take any action at
this time if he is still disabled. If
an Individual who will be age 50
by July of 1957 is not notified by
his nearest social security office to
fire a claim by the end of April of
1957, he should then contact his
nearest social security office.
We want to emphasize the fact
that the 195'6 amendments, to the
Social Security Law did not relax
the requirements ,in connection
with disability insurance benefits,
Carey concluded. The Social Secur-
ity Administration is administering
'a strict interpretation of the dis-
ability-freeze provisions of the law
and, of course, the work require-
ments as stated above remain the
same. Every social security office
has a supply of free leaflets on all
of the changes made in the Soctal
WSCS Meets With
Mrs. Ralph Swatts
The regular meeting of the Wo-
man's Society of Christian Service
was held in the sanctuary Monday
September 3 at 3 p.m., with Mrs
Ralph Swatts, president, presiding
Mrs. Charles Brown, vice-presi-
dent, reported on the recommenda.
tions of her committee as follows:
The study, "Southeast Asia" to'-be-
gin Monday, 'September 10 and to
continue successive Mondays thri
October 1. Preceding .he opening
session, Monday, September 10
there will be a covered dish lunch.
eon at 1 p.m. in the social hail. The
September program will be given
by Circle 4 on the thicd Monday
in October. The material for the
October program will be incorpor.
ated in one of the study seEsdtins
Security Law in 1956. You should
request any leaflet or leaflets that
you are particularly interested in.
The office for this area is at 522
Mercer Avenue, Panama City, Flor-
ida. The telephone number is
CLunty elementary supervisor, 'nd
Ij Grey Wilson, De Funiak Sp,'ng
Walton County elementary su.er-
Returns From Vacation
,Rev, and Mrs. William Iverson
and children Billy and Danny and
Miss Barbara Mitchell, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mitchell have
returned from a month's vac.Al;i1n
spent in Miami as guests of Re,.
and Mrs. Daniel Iversnon, .-a:enti at
Mr. Iverson; in Boca Raton, Where
Rev. Iverson was guest speake6- at
a youth conference and preached
for a week in Elberton, Ga where
he held a former pa-torate. In Iton.
treat, N. C., they aitiided tlihe Pie.. -
byterian Bible Conference. They re-
turned home Thursday.
by Mrs. Davis. Spiritual Life Chair-
man, Mrs. Bob King, will announce
plans for the week of prayer and
self denial which will be the last
week of October.
A letter was read from Mrs. Wil
llams, district secretary of Mis-
sionary Education in regard to the
seminar to be held in Chiplay, Fri.
day, September 14, beginning at
The meeting was closed with re-
sponsive scripture reading and the
Woman's Society of Christian Ser-
The State Board of Education has
approved appointment of-10 coun-
ty supervisors of instruction in
eight counties. Five of the appoint-
menuts were to new positions. They
included' Robert N, Willis. Quincy,
as Gadsden supervisor of pupil per-
sonnel; Mrs. Lila Brouiilletta, We-
wahitchka Gulf County art supervi-
sor; Frederick 0. Chastain, Palat-
kI. Putnam County general supervi-
sor of secondary education; Chartes
Wharton, Fort Pierce, St. Lucie
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The Frigidaire Float-Over Wash and Rinse gets
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Spins Clothes Drier. Nothing gets the water
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Naturally, clothes last longer.
You'll love the new Sheer Look-and it's practi-
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HUNT BLAST CAUSE Explosion of 7 dynamite-laden trucks
at Call, Colombia, killed estimated 1,800 people and caused dam-
age of $40,000,000.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMOCA 6, 1956~
THE STAR, PORI STf. JOK, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
209 Reid Avenue
-- IIIII I l ... Jr- J b I I1
By HELEN RICHARDS
Phone BAll 7-2627
Miss Nell Cannington ,daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Cannington of
:Highland View and Joe S. Dougher-
ty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W.
Dougherty of Tallahassee, were
married in a candle-light ceremony
at 7:00 p.m. Saturday, August 2.q,
at the Highland View Methodist
Church. Rev. Douglas Newsome of-
ficiated at the double ring cere-
Arrangements of white gladioli
with greenery were used. Miss
Mary Lou Cooper, accompanied at
the piano by Mrs. Harry Forehand
sang, "I Love You: Truly" and "0,
Promise Me". The bride, given in
marriage by her brother, Gene Can-
nington wore a dress of light blue
magic crepe and carried a cascade
-....n .7 .W.- E
of shell' pink carnations and polish-
ed ivy centered with a purple
Mrs. Ruth Jones Patton, of Hous-
ton, Texas was matron of honor.
Gene Royal of Tallahassee was best
Mrs. Dougherty is a graduate of
Port St. Joe High 'School, cla3s of
1956. Mr. Dougherty attended school
at Tallahassee also Florida Stata
Out of town guests included, Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Breedlove, Mrs. W.
E. Sellers and Mr. and Mrs. Dal-
ton Grace of Panama City, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Hellings, Mrs. George
Roberts and Mrs. Kenneth Roberts
of St. Marks. The couple are now
living on Monument Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Christmas
and Mrs. E. B. Pridgeon visited
over the week end in Tampa, with
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Christmas and
Mrs. Mary Hutchinson and family.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Foster spent
last week with her sister and *fam-
As Eternal as the Tides
and the Stars
Like the tides of the sea and stars of the
firmament, the life of the spirit is eternal.
To symbolize the beauty and comfort of
this truth is the purpose of every funeral
service which we condu t.
"Pledged to Perfeciion in Every Service"
- COMFORTER FUNERAL HOME
601 Long Ave. Phone BAH 7-3511-
ily, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Goodson
A-3C Gordon P. Rhames of Fran-
ces E. Warren APB in Wyoming
is visiting his mother and family,
M-rs. A. B. Rhames.
'Bobby Whitfield and Geno Itaf-
field, mottored to Moss Point, Miss
and Mobile, Ala., on Wednesday.
Mrs. Fannie Mae McMillan visit-
ed Mr. and Mrs. Murray Wilson in
Panama City, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitfield
and daughter of Baytown, Texas is
visiting for several weeks with Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. Whitfield.
Miss Mary Cox of Atlanta, Geor-
gia, spent the week end with her,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Cox
and family. Miss Cox speat the
summer in child evangelism work
in the Atlanta area, and has accept-
ed a teaching position in the Carver
Bible Institute for the fall term.
Jimmy Whittington spent the
week end in Pascagoula, Miss.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Whitfield
and sons, also of Baytown, Texas
visited over the week end with his'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Whit-
M. F. Whitfield, wife and daugh-
ter, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bert Acre
and. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Whitfield
,over the week end. M. F. is the
brother of Mrs. Acre.
.Mr. and Mrs. Pat Patterson and
iPatty visited in Vernon this week
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Goff and
son visited relatives in Pascagoula
Mississippi for several days last
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dorman,
children and friends of Panama
'City visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Mrs. J. K. Williams spent several
days in Panama City with her son,
IGene Williams and family who ac-
companied her home for the week
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davidson and
baby son, Keith, visited relatives
for a few days last week.
Miss Nell Bartfield of Greensboro,
Mrs. R. D. Herring, Sr., and Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Coker. I
The community extends a cordial,
welcome to the new Assembly of'
God pastor and his family, Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Ard, Mr. and Mrs. M. -
A. Brown and family, also many
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Peterson will be happy to know
they are the proud parents of a
brand new baby girl.
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By HELEN NORRIS
Mrs. LaVerne Bennett motored
to Tallahassee Saturday on busi-
Mrs. Mary Deese and children
returned home Thursday after
spending a few days in Panama
City visiting with friends and rela-
'Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Hinebar-
ger left Sunday for Cape Girardeau
Missouri where they will make
their new home. Mrs. Linebarger
will be remembered as Miss Bon-
cile Dykes, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Dykes of this city.
'Luke Gay of Tampa spent a few
days visiting with friends and rela-
Mrs. Dorothy Ernest and daugh-
ter, Cathy are spending a few days
with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Shealey and
daughter Evelyn, spent a few days
in Perry visiting friends and rela-
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Smith and
daughter Shan of Tampa are spend-
ing a few days with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Everitt McFarland.
iRev. Lloyd Riley motored to Pan-
ama City on business Tuesday.
Mrs. Behrens Writes Article
For Leading Magazine
The many friends of Erline
spent the week end with her bro- Browne Behrens will be pleased to
other and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ho- learn that one of her firs; maga
zie Barfield., zine articles has been accepted and
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Herring, Jr., will appear in the near future in
of Jacksonville, were the week end the Progres.siv- Farmer Magazine.
guests of their parents, Mr. and This article is on Dr. John Gorrie,.
BACK NASSER Indian der
In protest against Britain's attiti
the inventor of the first articifial
Mrs. Behrens has had number of
receipts accepted and printed by
All Florida Magazine; The' Sunrise
Magazine; Tamopa Tribune; Bir-
mingham News and the Sunday Mir-
ror of New York.
Erline, as she is better known
throughout Wesit Florida, being a
clever business woman, is associat-
ed with the Apalachicola State
Bank. She is the sister of Charlie
(Bo) Browne, and visits in Port St.
Joe often, and the widow of the
late Russell' Q. Bghrens, who at one
time was druggist at Miller's Drug
Star Want Ads Get Results
Advertising doesn't eost. It PAYS!
By LYN CONNELLY
THE voice of 14-year-old Tommy
Cole, one of Walt Disney's tal-
ented Mouseketeers on "The Mick-
ey Mouse Club," is changing .
This phenomenon is altering his
ballad singing slightly, but to Tom-
my it's a mere nuisance The
physiological development, howev-
er, is hurting his work as a Mouse-
keteer not at all Since joining
"The Mickey Mouse Club" he's be-
come a better than average tap
dancer Currently he's studying
tap dancing and ballet with Burch
Holtzman, Burbank instructor who
was the Mouseketeers' original
The only entertainment training
Tommy had before joining the tele-
vision show were accordion lessons
: He started those lessons at the
age of nine Tommy auditioned
for the Mouseketeers as an accor-
dionist He had been playing
with a band from his local school
.of music in LaCanada, Cal., and
was chosen from 11 other young-
sters for additional auditions .
In the nine auditions that followed,
he sang He hasn't played the
accordion for the MMC since.
CAPITOL: One of the finest al.
bums recorded in many moons is
the sound track music from the
superb movie, "The King and I"
The Rodgers and Hammer.
stein music is moving, warm and
wonderfully versatile Deborab
Kerr and Yul Brynner play the
king and Anna Another sound
track of a movie has been recap-
tured in "High Society" starring
Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby and
Her Grace Kelly : The songs
are originals by Cole Porter and
are beautifully done by those twt
masters of music, Crosby and Sin
atra Miss Kelly does well witl
her number and Celeste Holm con
tributes a honey with Frankie.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER (C, 1956
monstrators parade in New Delhi I
ude on Egypt's nationalization of In Tenn. For Week End
Mr. and Mrs. Will Ramsey and
Miss Patsy Wilder accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duren, their Walter Wilder to iewanee, Tenn.,
children Ike, George, Catherine and Friday where he has enrolled as a
Crista and Connie Munn attended freshman at The University of The
the ski show in Panama City, Sat- South, and reported for football
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You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Avenue Baptist Chucrh
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP --.----.. 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .---. 6:45 p.m.r
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.i
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME "
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, PLORIDA
Veterans Service Officer
To Be Here Next Week
Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill. may receive
guidance from Preston L. Ijicholas,
Assistant State Service Oft'irr.
Nicholas will visit this area next
week for the purpose of :helping
veterans or their dependents in fil-
ing claims for Compensa~ion Bene-
fits or solving their Insurance pro'-
lems. This free service includes as-
sistance to employers of veterans
under the GI Bill, Vocational-Train-
ing, Subsistence or other problems.
During his visit in this are. Ni-
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or phone 7-7161.
FOR RENT: Two furnlsaed apart-
ments. Apply Mrs. Charles Brown
305 6th St. tfcS-23
FOR RENT: One bedroom furnish-
ed apartment. Call 7-5771.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart-
ment. Large bedroom with heat-
er, kitchen with stove and bath-
room. Phone 7-9301, J. A. Mira, 401
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home con-
venient to school and town. Re-
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FOR SALE: Two bedroom house on
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ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work
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service, call BH L'S PLUMBING.
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each prescription h., ;, ,Lightfoot, Madison St.. 2tp USED PIANOS
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PHONE 7-ll371 FOR SALE: Eight room house. 4th ___
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WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet.
ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home
., A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph ChKapter No. 56, R. A.
M,, 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit.
Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every second and
fourth Friday night at 8:00 p.m.
All Master Masons cordially invited.
J. B. GRIFFITH, W. M.
F. W. CHANDLER, Sec.
i. C, NEDLEY
Subject to City Primary Election
September 11, 1956
I will sincerely appreciate your
vote and support.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Highway 98 and 5th St.
Highland View, Fla.
Bible Study --.... 10:00 a.m.
Worship Serv. 11:00 a.m.
Evening Serv. 8:00 p.m.
Wed., 8:00 p.m. Bible Study
VOTE FOR VOTE FOR
Wesley R. Ramsey MERRILL SHERRILL
Subject to City Primary Election
September 11, 1956
yVote for progress in your city's
affairs. Your vote and support
will be appreciated.
T. S. SINGLETARY
Subject to City Primary Election
September 11, 1956
"I will do all in my power for
the benefit of the city. Your vote
and support will be appreciated.
Subject to City Primary Election
September 11, 1956
Your vote and support .will
We Have A Large Stock of
Radio & TV, Tubes
Record Player Needles
24 'Hour Special Order Service
Modern Furn. Co.
Phone 7-9231 .---- -....232 Reid
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LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
'Fourth St., meeting night every other
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
G. F. LAWRENCE, N. G.
A. P. GILBERT, Secty.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, GULF
DORA LEE SEWELL,
JOHN1NIE E. SEWELL, )
NOTICE TO: PFC. JOHNNIE E.,
SEWELL. RA 14354119 SERVICE
COMPANY, 7th CAVALRY, APO
201, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFOR-
On or before the 24th day of Sep-
tenber, A.D., 1956, the defendant,
Johnnie E. Sewell, is required ,o
serve upon Ernest C. Wimbwary,
plaintiff's attorney, whose address
is 303 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of, and file with I
the Clerk of this court the original
of, an answer to the Complaint or
divorce filed against him herein.
WITNESS my hand anl seal of
said court at Wewahitchka, Gulf
County, Florida, this the 21st day
o0 August A.D., 195t.
George Y. Core
as Clerk of said Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-8-23
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1955
Lots For -Sale
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Mack Rooks' Walton Braves of Walton will be tough because they
NWF Loop TItIe Headed For Ma~riannIa DeFuniak Springs by four points, had a good team last year and most
Defending champion Quincy placed of the players return this fall.
According To Poll of Area Coaches ,,, o, w ,. Those Bludworth boys look good,
According To Poll of Area Coaches third with a 32-point total. Walton Port St. oe had a good, young
and Quincy each received one first- team, too Ou rteam will con-
From The Pensacola Journal seven NWFC mentors participated place vote. slat of an average line with a very
Harry Howell's Marianna High in a poll conducted by the N'ws- Marianna was picked as the run- light backfield. Our chief weak-
School Bulldogs, runners-up in the Journal. Jack Davis, who returns nerup on one ballot and was placed ness will be defensive ends and of-
Northwest Florida Conference foot- to the Bonifay athletic helm after in tle number four slot on another, fensive tackles. It all depend. on
ball race the last four seasons, will: an absence of five years, declined Waiton ha three second-place how the young boys comes through.
wear the loop's championship a prediction on the championship votes, one for third and another for We graduated eight starters."
crown when the 1956 -hooting is race since he is "not familiar with fourth. Two coaches said Qu'ncy Jack Davis, Bonifay-"Since I
ended. That's, the combined opin- the brand of football played in the would finish second, two others have been away from Northwest
Ion of the men who should know, conference in recent years." picked the Tigers third and qne Florida for many years, I don't see
the conference coaches. Marianna's point total-based on assigned them to fifth place. how I can possibly make any pre-
The Bulldogs received a total of seven points for a first-place vote, Marion Craig's Port St. Joe elev- dictions As for our prospects,
tou rfirst-place votes as six of the six for second, etc.-was 38, edging en, with three third-plac3 ballot,, all I have to go by is heresay-
the same number for fourth and which would indicate we might be
.--- .. a total of 27 points, was th coach- in for a long season I am not a
es' choice for fourth place. Bonilay pessimist, however, and certainly
and Chipley accumulated 14 points did not come back to Bonifay just
each, and Graceville was asuignetd to try and hod the score down or
t' the cellar with nine-poi-its. play them close. I'm sure I have
H ere's what each coach had tt. my work cut out for me and feel
say: it will take a little time, but I sil
Wayland DuBose, Graceville cerely expect to help Bonifay get
"Marianna has speed, size and ex- back on the athletic map."
perience-plus their quarterback Marion Craig, Port St. Joe--"Mar-
(Bobby Conrad), who has been all-, ianna has experience, size and the
On Mattress or Box Spring at Danleys. conference two years Por,t St. best quarterback in Northwest
We made a terrific purchase You can Joe has the largest number of ex- Florida in Bobby Conrad. Conrad
share the profits. perienced boys returning-plus the would be the difference if another
best fullback (Wayne Taylor) In team in the league was as good as
the state ... We have a green Marianna Walton has more
bunch of boys, but they really seem size and experience than they have
to want to play Our line will had in some time Quincy must
-':*-. .N. _.. be fair, the backfield weak." always be respected ... We lost
"' Harry Howell, Marianna-"The eight boys from our starting oelven.
p re.U* :'-.-'- ... -. defending champion is Quincy and However, if the boys who are re-
Border ..- ,. you always must give the defend- turning will apply themselves in
S. ing champion the edge. They have the manner expected, we exoe't to
lAoite S '-. ,' enough returning linemen and one be about as strong as latest year.
S.of the best backs around In Ga Our inexperience will be felt in
S3 .(fullback Jerry Gay) .. Walton the early games."
Si' is big and has plenty of speed and The coaches' selections with to-
,. pr experience Port St. Joe is big tal points (first-place votes in pa.
and has the best fullback in the rentheses):
Conference in Wayne Taylor ... 1. Marianna (4) 38
il Ps we will field a strong first eleven 2. walton (1) 34
". but are very short on reserves. Our 3. Quincy (1) .-. 32
*5 V strength will come from a strong 4. Port St. Joe 27
4nat 1 te defensive line and two of the finest 5. Chipley .--- 14
linebackers in th business in Saun- ,. Bonifay' .....14
ito atisfy ders McMullian and Wilton McRae 7. Graceville 9
Our weakness comes from the loss .
e' "of all our lettermen at ends and i
SHea the loss of our right halfback, Bill Dr. Frye Talks
..pe 0h.T McRae. (Continued From Page 1)
SS!-', ,1 fMack Rooks, Walton-"We have where only the surplus game is kill-
SS experience, depth and the Blud- ed. The Gaskin Refuge in Gult
S49.95 worth boys (Jack and David, half- County is such a project and was
bu o y "'..i, *"f' U'osc backs). Our weakness will be the opened to hunting last year.
S .'ticaly on lack of overall size ... Marianna A Floridian by birth, Frye recelv-
t '1e. has an able passer and a good run- ed his doctor's degree in biology
'' '' / ning attack Quincy is the same at the University of Florida and has
old Quincy." been with the game commission for,
.. '# ." Z Jim Kimbrough, Chipley-"Mani- ten and one half years. He is recog-
., anna has its key lettermen back nized as an outstanding authority
Slfrom last year and that Conrad is on gate management and has brot
':/ nOther .,erS-ri, S a mighty good boy ho have at the nAtional attention to Florida ana
../ helm Quincy lost some of its himself by pioneering the controlled
key boys but had a good second hunting program.
SA 4 95 team last year ... With 14 letter-
Low As $24.95 men returning, we'll be stronger Sh
than last year, particularly in the Teacer Shortage Is
backfield. We'll still be compar.a-
tively small, will be weak at end Easing Up Somewhat
and lack depth at center. The 1957-
season will be ours." According to latest information
Carlos Deason, Quincy-"Mari- Monday at Tommy Owens' office,
anna had an impressive record in a teacher shortage still exists in
1955 (19-1) and has two of its start- the county -at the Port St. Joe
ing backs returning along with sev- schools and at the Wewa schools.
eral starting linemen. They also In the Port St. Joe High School
have good reserve strength. a shortage was created when a
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CANVASS COTS $6.95
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est Fla. Gas :o
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A. L. Snell
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30" Automatic Brown Range
His name was selected by
Little Miss DEBBIE FLOYD
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Floyd
science teacher quit unexpectedly
to accept a job with the Mines
Countermeasures Station at Pana-
ma City. In the grades, says Ow-
ens, the two sixth grades are
overloaded, a situation one more
teacher could ease.
Actually, a shortage existed
earlier at the first and second
grade level and one of the sixth
teach a second grade class because
it was felt any possible shortage
would be easier felt in the sixth
grade than in the first or second.
Wewa is short one teacher, a
circumstance which developed last
week when a math teacher from
Georgia who promised to be on
hand did not show up.
The Highland View School short-
moment when two teachers etao
moment when two teacher candi-
dates from Tyndall Field showed
up on the first day of school
ready for work.
Ayers needed two teachers and
sure enough, two showed up Fri-
Negro schools in the county
are at full strength teacher-wise.
grade teachers volunteered toage was cured at the very last y o
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.Reg. 2.19 Level 1.77
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