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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: October 18, 1956
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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PORT ST. JO0
A Progressive
Community With a
Modern, Progressle
Weekly Newspaper


THE STAR


$i THE 8TAR
Published In Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con-
, tinued Development of
Gulf County


Port St. Joe- The Ouflet Port for the Apalachicola-GChttahoochee Valley"

VOLUME XX Single Copy Be .'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1956 NUMBER 7


TRY


SE


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESL-EY R. RAMSEY

One of the most faithful visitors
to the Star office has been Rev.
Douglas Newsome, pastor of the
Highland View Methodist Church.
He came in Wednesday after an
absence of about two or three-
weeks and we remarked at his
long absence. "I've been busy" he
said, "and just haven't had time to
get around".
"What's keeping you so busy", we
felt forced to inquire. e
"Well I'm going to get married"
said the Rev., "and I've just been
busy".
That poor preacher doesn't know
anything yet, just wait until he gets
married.

To the fellow who likes to look,
the new cars are giving him a
field day with their new designs
and colors.
Two weeks ago the Ford came
out with their new model. This
week Chevrolet livens up the
scene with the bright new Chev-
ey. And every week for some two
or three now, a new model will
be coming out to give the car
owner something to gap at.

And more talks and rumors of
industry pervade the air with the
new request of the Chamber of
Commerce for industrial informa-
tion.
*Surely out of all this talk, Port
St. Joe will come up with some-
thing concrete.


Mrs. S. A.Patrick Sharks Take First Win Over


Is Taken By Death

Mrs. Sophia A. Patrick, 86, of Ov-
erstreet was taken by death Sat-
urday, October 13.
. Mrs. Patrick had lived' in Over-
street since lt 16 and had a 1iost of
relatives, friends and acquaintan-
ces throughout Gulf County.
Funeral services for Mrs. Pat-
rick were held Sunday, October 14,
at 2:00 p.m. from the First Baptist
Church in Wewahitchka. Rev. G. H.
Hinton, former pastor of the church
officiated with Rev. Fred Davis and
Rev. W. A. Frye assisting. Inter-
ment was in Jehu Cemetery at We-
wahitchka.
Active pallbearers were George
Y. Core, Harland'Pridgeon, David
C. Gaskin, Quincy Hardy, Jimmy
Guilford and Poly McDaniell. Hon-
orary pallbearers were Joe Hunter;
Byrd Parker, C. E. Glass, Dave Gas-
kin, Dr. Harold Canning and J. M.
Cleckley.
ISurvivors include four daughters,
Mrs. Eminie Bowen, Lyons, Ga.;
Mrs. R. F. Roehbk, Sanford; Mrs. A.
H. Cook and Mrs. R. B. Hardy,
both of Overstreet. Three sons, W.
R. Patrick, ,Savannah, Ga.; Samael
A. Patrick, Wewahitchka and Roy
Patrick of Overstreet. Eight grand-
children, four great grandchildren
and two great-great-grandchildren.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments.

Winners of Gulf Fair
Divisions Are Listed

'Listed below are the winners in
the different categories of the
Gulft County. The list provides the
category and the award received:
HANDICRAFT
,Mrs. Gertrude Guilford, knitted
spread, first; Mrs. George Anchors,
Crocheted Spread, first; Mrs. Sam
Ford, Crocheted Spread, first; Mrs.
Mary Grice, Crocheted Spread, sec-
ond.
Mrs. W. 0. Kennedy, Doll, first.
Doily, first.
Miss Mabel Williams, Afghan,
second; Applique Set, first; Doilies
third; Embroidered Vanity Set,
first; Pot Holders, second.
Mrs. B. F. Daugh-try, Crocheted
Squar-e, first; Pineapple Square,
second; Dresser Scarf, first; Apron
second.
Mrs. Homer Williams, Embroider-
ed Bedspread, first; Quilt, second
and Pot Holder, second.
Miss Ann Costin, Apron organdy,
first.
'Mrs. C. D. Borders, TV scarf, sec-
ond.
Mrs. John Griffin, Flower basket
quilt, first; Larg eDoily, first.
Mrs. Madaleine E. Whitaker, Em-
broidered Luncheon 'Set, first; Pil-
low cases, first.
Mrs, Viola Walters, Quilt, third,
Mr. Fred M ddtx, Oroc0 ed
stole, first,
Mrs. Miles, a0tpla tieit,
(Continued 9,4 Page 4)


Graceville Tigers, 44 To 0


Meet Chipley Tigers Tomorrow Night


For Homecoming Game

By WILL I. RAMSEY Shark 29, the big fullback scored
Port St. Joe broke into the win his third TD with an 11 yard plunge.
column Friday night by bombarding His kick was good. Minutes later.
the Graceville Tigers 44-0. The k
Sharks had command all. the way end Billy Denton took a pass from
as they pounced on an opening kick Blair Shuford and raced 55 yards
off fumble and went on to score for a The tr point was good.
their first TD with Wayne Taylor At this point the Shark reserves
bulling over from 13 yards out. took charge and went on to score
Taylor kicked the extra point: for a TD in the final period with some
a 7-0 lead. t fine running by Jackie Mitchell,
In the second quarter, Wilford Ronnie Young and Willie Daniells.
Elliott took a flat pass from quar- It was reserve fullback Willie
terback Shuford and dashed 38 DaniellTs who plunged over from 11
yards to score. Taylor's kick was yards out for the final TD. Wayne
good. The Sharks scored two more Taylor came in to kick the extra
points as Shark center Tommy Wil- point for a perfect night in that de-
der tackled a Tiger back in their tartment. That made Taylor 10
end zone for a safety and the straight point after touchdowns
Sharks led 1,6-0 at half time. without a miss.
Big Wayne Taylor scored his sec- The Sharks completely outgunned
ond TD with a one yard plunge the Tigers all the way. The Tigers
shortly after the opening kickoff never even threatened except in
in the second half. Again he applied the final minutes of the game but
the toe for the extra point. After the reserves held on the 11 yard
recovering a Tiger fumble on the line as the final whistle blew.
St. Joe takes on a greatly Impror-
ed Chipley team tomorrow that


Band Boosters Plan

Box Supper Sat.

The Band Boosters Association
met in the band room of the Port,
St. Joe- High School Friday, Octo-"
ber 12 and named new officers for
the coming year. Retiring president
Terry Hinote presided over the
meeting.
The new officers were named as
follows:
Henry Chason, president; Mrs.
Charles Browne, vice-president;
Mrs. Henry Geddie, vice-president
and Mrs. Joe Land, secretary.
The Boosters made plans for a
box supper to be held at the Cen-


gives promise
scrap.

First Downs
Yds. rushing
Yds. passing
Pass Attempt
Pass Complet.
Pass Intercept.
Fumbles
Yds. Penalized


of being quite a


G'ville
6
76
0
7


St. Joe
14
260
95
14


Scoring Touchdowns: Taylor 3, El-
liott 1, Denton 1, Daniell 1. Points
after TD, Taylor 6.
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School Boy Patrol

Organized At School


tennial Building Saturday, October A meeting was held at the gram-
20. The purpose of the supper is mar school last week for the pur-
to raise money to help defray the pose of forming a school boy pat-
cost of new uniforms bought by the rol. Officers elected were Johnny
Association for the band. Chafin, captain; Ellis Stevens and
- Everyone is invited to the supper Bill Fite, lieutenants. Chief of po-
and are urged to.bring a box lunch, lice H. W. Griffin instructed the
The program will begin at 7:30 entire patrol on Their duties.
p.m. There will be no charge at New belts, caps, and raincoats
the door. are to be furnished the patrol boys.
The High School band will pre- Mrs. Ellen Kirkland was recent-
sent a concert at the supper. ly employed by the City of Port St.
The committee appointed to take Joe to help in this problem of the
care of the supper arrangements patrol In the direct vicinity of the
are: Terry Hinote, seating: Mrs. elementary school, In addition to
Herman Dean, decorations; and her traffic duties at the school,
Herman Dean iUa care o after 'Mr&, Kirkland will have charge of
tSaiamet, the patrol 1i the a.sigineam of


Festivities Planned

For Friday Night

Tomorrow is Homecoming for
Port St. Joe High School, and -the
entire day will be chock-full of ac-
tivities for the student body and
alumni of the school capped off by
a football game with Chipley to-
morrow night at the local field.
Most of the activities of the day
will be carried on starting immed-
iately after school and lasting thru
the game Friday night.
The kick-off of the homecoming
festivities will be a parade down-.
town immediately after school. The
parade will be led by the High
School band and will feature the
homecoming queen and her retinue.
Several floats will be included in
the parade. The floats have been
constructed by various activities
and classes in the local High
School. The parade is being worked
up and sponsored by the Student
Council.
At 6:30 p.m. a pep rally will be
held beside the City Hall, sponsor-
ed by the Pep Club.
At 7:00 p.m. all alumni of Port
St. Joe High School are invited to
the High School for a reception to
be sponsored by the Student Coun-
cil.
And of course, the football game
will be the climax of homecoming
at 8:00 p.m. During the half-time
period, the oldest visiting alumni
will be honored. Also during the
half-time period the home-coming


Officers Named By

Savings and Loan

,On October 12 the members sub-
scribing the organization capital of
the Citizens Federal 'Savings and
Loan Association of Port St. Joe
met in the home office and offi-
cially accepted the Association
Charter granted under date Sep-
.termber 26, by the Home Loan Bank,
Washington, D. C. ,
Also the members adopted the
by-laws as prescribed by the Rules
and iRegulations of the Federal
Savings and Loan System, and at-
tended to other matters necessary
for Association operation.
Directors elected are C. G. Cos-
tin. J. C. Belin. Dwight I. Marshall,
G. U. Parker. M. Brooks Hayes.
Frank Hannon, W. 0. Anderson,
George G. Tapper, E. F. Gunn, L.
G. Buck. and Cecil G. Costin, Jr.
VUpir. adjournment of member-
ship meeting, the directors met and
elected C. G. Costing of Port St. Joe,
president; J. C. Belin of Port St.
Joe. first vice-president; Dwight I.
Marshall of Apalachicola, vice-presi-
dent; G. U. Parker, of Blountstown,
vice-president; Frank Hannon of
Port St. Joe, secretary-treasurer;
L. G. Buck of Apalachicola, execu-
tive vice-president in charge of op-
erations; Cecil G. Costin, Jr., of
Port St. Joe. association counsel.
The secretary was instructed to
proceed at once to fix fidelity bond
covering each officer and director
for $30,000.
The company is expected to open
for business on November 1.

St. James Auxiliary
To Have Fall Bazaar

St. James' Woman's Auxiliary
will hold its annual fall bazaar on
Wednesday, November 14 in the
parish house. There will be plenty
of entertainment for both young
and old including fish pond, doll
booth, plant booth, pie and cake
booth as well as canned goods, ap-
ron booth and candy booth. Plans
are to sponsor a fall showing of
wearing apparel of grown-ups and
children by Costin's Department
Store.
A turkey dinner will be served
beginning at 6 o'clock with special
plates for children. The public is in-
vited. Special attraction will be the
doll display, featuring all types of
clothes and outfits, shoes and
socks. These outfits are being made
by members of the auxiliary. Tick-


ets can be obtained in advance by
calling Mrs. Tom" Coldewey.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ramsey have re-
turned from Atlanta, Ga., where
they visited with their daughter,
Miss Ruth Lynn Ramsey, junior
student at Emory University. They
attended the Georgia Tech and LSU
football game, Saturday afternoon


Aircraft Parts Concern



Looking for Lo tion


Leaders of the Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce had
their hopes for new industry for Port St. Joe raised higher Tues-
day night at they studied a request for information for an in-
dustrial firm that desires to locate in this vicinity.
'The request was from the Florida
I Industrial Commission and was ad-
COUnCll Passes dressed to the Chamber of Com-
n Re i i* nerce. President, Cecil G. Costin,
-On K 0solUt ln Jr., presented the request to the
Board of Directors.
Although the Countinuing Educa- 'It is unknown who the firm is,
tion Council had a lengthy meeting but the letter did state that the
Monday night, the results were the firm manufactured aircraft parts
passage of one resolution to the and was desirous of moving to this
County Tax Asesorpart of Florida.
County Tax Assessor. The letter stated that 1,000 acrs
The resolution called for the Tax of land would be needed and pos l-
Assessor-to re-evaluate and equal- bly a building with 50,000 square
ize real property in Gulf County feet of floor space.
according to law. H. Saunders, vice-president of
The resolution also provided that the St. Joe Paper Company, who
should the Tax Assessor desire help isalso a director of the C. of C.
in the matter, the Council would asquizzed by the Chamber Pres-
provide a committee to help with dent as to the availability of land
the project. Mr. Saunders stated that land would
The meeting was made lengthy be available for any legitimate
by the discussion of a rider to the manufacturer that desired to move
resolution introduced by Charles Into this locality.
Scurlock, representative of the La- th oiyon of the board
bor UnosofteStoP r It was the opinion of the board
bor Unions of the St. Joe Paper that should it be mandatory that
Company. The rider provided that a building of the size requested be
the study required of the Tax As- required for securing an addition.
sessor be made byo utsde ninter- al industry for Port St. Joe, that
ested parties who are trained spede such could be provided by local
finally to do the job. pital
After a very lengthy discussion, The president was instructed by
this rider was defeated by a vote the board to answer all the queries
of the -members present. in the affirmative. The letter stat,
The original resolution as pr-ed that if the locality co-Ild meet
sented to the membership by the fi- the conditions a person to person-
sentedtomthemeeTingbythe finance m-parley would be the next step to-
nance committee. The finance corn- ward the settlement of a location.
mittee had been investigating the ,,,. ... .. .. ..


possibility of the school board
floating a loan to secure enough
money to give an immediate raise
to the school teachers. The board's
budget was declared too tight by
the State Board of Education to re-
pay the loan in the required length
,f t-i, o the rae onat ao denied


just how many the industry would
employ or what type of parts were
.manufactured.
The Chamber of Commerce Board
of Directors and the President are
taking steps now to set up a dis-
cussion in person with the interest-


, tm oso reest was, .... ... ed party at the earliest possible
date.
Underhill Will Speak Docking Facilities
SAt the meeting Tuesday nTght,
To Methodist Men the Directors also heard a request
from Local 1713, International Bro-
The Methodist Men's Club will' therhood of Longshoremen, AiFL-
hold their regular monthly meeting CIO and requested support of the
next Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the Chamber in securing a public dock,
Social Room of the church. storage and terminal facilities for
The guest speaker will be the the Port St. Joe harbor. A. P. Gil-
Rev. Gardner Underhill who has re- bert was spokesman for the Local
cently come to Port St. Joe as Rec- and dwealt for about five minutes
tor of the St. James' episcopal on the possibilities of water-borne
Church. shipping coming through Port St.
Dinner will be served by the la- Joe. He pointed out that agricul-
dies of the WSCS. All members are tural products were now using the
urged to attend and visitors are ports of Tampa and Mobile that
welcome. would be closer to Port St. Joe.
---O--OfCHRCH Gilbert stressed the opening of
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY (Continued on Page 4)


Long Avenue Church Will Start Revival Services

Sunday For One Week; Rev. Carpenter Is Evangelist
The Reverend Gordon Carpen-
Ier, pastor of the Cove Baptist
'hurch of Panama City, will be the


queen, Doelores .hism, will be .. .. evangelist for revival services to
crowned. Her escort will be Shark '..'. be held at he Long Avenue Baptist
team captain, Wilford Elliott. Her h "urch October 21-28. Rev. J. C
escort will be Blair Shuford and Odum, pastor of the Long Avenue I
Eda Ruth Kilbourn, Tohimy Wilder ',: Church, announces that services '
and Sue Ann Lanier, Travis Jones will be held at 7:00 a.m. and 7:30
and Maxine Walker, and Douglas p m. each week day with Sunday
Walters and Boncile Alsobrook. .. services being held at the usual ''
,.'..ervices being hold. at the usual .
time. The public is cordially invit
their duties. Although the patrol ed to all of the services.
only sees that children cross the Mrs. Gordon Carpenter, wife of
streets safely, Mrs. Kirkland is en- the evangelist, will serve as revi- .
dowed with full police powers to ', val pianist. Mrs. Carpenter will also
arrest anyone speeding through the .' play the electric vibraharp and will
grammar school zone. present some gospel chalk-writings
A representative of the Elemen- -, in pastel colors. ",.
tary PTA was present at the meet- The early morning services willRP
ing and offered their services. Chief begin promptly at 7:00 a.m. and,
Griffin instructed the PTA to ban- will dismiss at 7:40 a.m. for coffee
dle a campaign to encourage citi .ind doughnuts which will be ssr- ,,' ...
zens to observe school safety and ved at the church for all who will
traffic regulations.'At this time it REV. GORDON CARPENTER remain. BOBBY
was brought Out that the speed Evangelistic singing and choir
goae in the school vicinity had There will be a bonfire pep rally muslo will be directed by Bobby Vlsits Harv p '" .it
been raised from 10 mph to 16 mile, Thut-.day night at 6M:0 p.m, on the Bow de of P ort. t, Joe., Mis Sarah I sa v H^ rt,
per hour, Signs are being erect J clay parking lot. The band ".% play. A nursery for smial children will parents, 4 ar. ndt h l '1-
to mark tbit chabe in W.eed limit. Th6 public r i invited to aihead. be provide each evenling, a 1re ym n l :


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FULLBACK WAYNE TAYLOR (standing left) is met at the goal line by a bevy of Gracevilie
tacklers in the early minutes of the game last Friday night. Taylor went through the op-
ponents defensive to make the first touchdown of the game. Port St. Joe went on to win the
first game of the season by a score of 44-0. (* photo)


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Eddie Allen Observes First Birthday

With Big Cake At Parent's Home

PICOTURED ABOVE is little Ed- I The Allens have just recently
die Allen, one year old son of Mr. moved to Port St. Joe from Green-
and Mrs. Karl Allen of 528 8th St. ville, S. C. Mr. Allen is employed
Eddie celebrated his firth birthday at the St. Joe Paper Company.
October 10. (Photo by Arteraft Studio)


Mr. and Mrs. Joel Harris of 1207
Palm Blvd., announce the birth of
twin daughters, Paula Diane and
Evelyn Margaret on October 14.
Mr. and Mrs. Obed Weikleenget
of Apalachicola announce the birth
of a son, Alan Dean on October 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cross of 107
Jackson 'Street, Oak Grove, announ-
ce the birth of a son, Michael Ste-
phen, on October 12.,
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
Return From Jacksonville
Mrs. W. B. Farrell and her sis-
ter, Mrs. W. J. Clark of Greens-
boro have returned from a week's
visit in Jacksonville with their sis-
ter, Mrs. 0. L. Jay. They were also
the guests of Mrs. Farrell's son
and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Ferrell.

was in charge of the program. She
gave a most interesting talk on air-
loving plants such as hibiscus and
camellias. She gave a step by step
demonstration using live plants to
demonstrate. She displayed a large
tray of hibiscus blooms, showing
the many varieties of this beautiful
plant.
Mrs. Hallman won the blue rib-
bon for her arrangement of colored
foliage.
Mrs. S. B. Witt, Mrs. R. W. Hen--
derson and Mrs. T. J. Mitchell, host-
esses for the day, served delicious
sandwiches, cake and drinks to the
-11-i- jne'uucr~mpoeif- Mrqs


following members present Ms .
Glad Circle Meets month was taken care of and Mrs. Wayne Ashley, Mrs. J. C. Belin
Meigts Hallman was introduced. Mrs. W. J. Belin, Mrs. L. S. Bissett
At St. Joe Motel Mrs. Hallman stated that now woas Mrs. Ethel Bridges, Mrs. G. S. Crox
the time to plant rye grass. This ton, Mrs. Meigs Hallman, Mrs. R
The regular monthly meeting of grass is especially good for new W. Henderson, Mrs. Cecil Hewutt
the Gladiolus Garden Circle met lawns as it helps mae a good cov- Mrs. D. H. Jones, Mrs. Fred Mad
Thursday afternoon at the St. Joe erage as well as making all old dox, Mrs. HI. R. Maige, Mrs. T, J
Motel with the chairman Mrs. J. C. lawns more beautiful during the Mitchell, Mrs. A. J Owens, Mrs. W
Belin in charge. Business for the winter months. Mrs. Ethel Bridges E. Thursday and Mrs. S B Witt.


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Mrs. Ayers Hostess Mrs. Jones Hostess To
To Circle No. Five WSCS Circle No. 1
Circle One of the Woman's Socie-
Mrs. H. F. Ayers was hostess to ty of Christian Service met in the
members of Circle 5 of the 1'i~st home of Mrs. Morgan Jones. Jr.,
,October 8 with seven members and
Baptist Church Tuesday afternoon october S with seven members and
two visitors, Mrs. Mable Swatts
in her home. It was the first gen- M rs. Fred Davis in attend
eral meeting of the circle for the M e .n t
a M A The meeting opened with prayer
new year. Mrs. Ayers acted as


chairman and read the 117 Psalms
as the devotional. Mrs. L. W. Cox
red in a prayer. Officers elected for
the neaw year were as follows:
Mrs. H. F. Ayers, chairman; co-
chairman, Mrs. Lonnie Bell; pro--
gram chairman, Mrs. J. 0. Baggett;
secretary, treasurer and publicity
chairman, Mrs. L. H. Cox; young
people's sponsor, Mrs. E. J. Rich;
community mission chairman, Mrs.
C. G, Costin; mission study chair-
man, Mrs. Gene Martin; children's
home chairman, Mrs. J. W. Plair;
stewardship chairman, Mrs. C. G.
Costin; war relief chairman, Mrs.
B. W. Wilder; flower chairman,
Mrs. George Montgomery; social
chairman, Mrs. Rush Chism and
prayer chairman, Mrs. J. 0. Baggett.
The group chose the 11 and 12 year
Girl's Auxiliary sponsor. Mrs. J. 0.
Baggett dismissed the meeting
with prayer.
Refreshments were served by the
hostess.
Attend Football Game
Attending the football game in
Graceville riday night from Port
St. Joe were Mr. and Mrs. J. La-
mar Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Mar-
shall, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ricketson,
'Mr. and Mrs. John. Blount, Mr. and
Mrs. M. K. Hurlbut, Mr. and M s.
S. B. Shuford, Mr. and Mrs. Thom-
as Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. 0. M.
Taylor, Mrs. Rush Chism. Dr. Rob-
ert King and Miss Sonjia Ann
Blount and Mr. and Mrs. B. 1 .-
Munn and daughter Connie.


by Mvrs. Swa'LLtts.
Mrs. Jake Belin was in charge of
the program. Scripture was, taken
from chapter 12 of First Corrin-
thians by Mrs.'Gibson. The devo-
tional and program, 'S1iCi;1 Lii Gifts'
was by Mrs. Belin. A selection from
the hymnal by Mrs. Talley and
prayer by.Mrs. O. M. Taylor.
Mrs. Morgan Jones, Jr., chairman
presided during the business ses-
sion which followed.
Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved by the hostess prior to the
meeting.
The meeting was closed with the
WSCS benediction.


Charles V. Kilbourn

Receives Honsrs
GREAT LA-KES, ILL., (FIHTNC)
Charles V. Kilbourn, seaman ap-

LADIEIS ENTERTAIN MEN
WITH COVERED DISH SUPPER
'The ladies class of the First


Singspiration Is Methodist Church entertained menm-
ei rs of the Men's Class with a cov-
Scheduled For Oct. 21 ered dish supper on Tuesday aght
I in the recreational hall of the
The regular bi-monthly Singspira-1 church. Contests were held and old
tion will be held Sunday night, Oc- songs sung. Forty-five attended thea
tober 21, at Highland View Metho- affair.
O3 USI. t mU.1 ..1tC 1 U UL IvIUiivi5r a4 ..- -Q *-. -~^n____


clock. Rev. Allen Suggs, full-time
youth evangelist of the Church of
God, will be featured in vocal and
instrumental solos. Rev. Suggs is
a musician of many years and stu-I
died music at Lee College, Nash-
ville. Tennessee. Lewis Rogers will
be featured in a trumpet solo. Num-
erous other musical specials will
be featured.
All young people are cordially in-
vited ord urged to attend this eve-1
ring (.f music. Rev. Douglas New-
some states that he expects a ca-
pacity crowd.


prentice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James P. Kilbourne of 807 Long
Ave., Port Gt. Joe, receives an hon-
or man certificate and an engraved
Identification bracelet. John E.
Schroeder. President of the Milwau-
kee Council, Navy League, made
the presentation during recruit gra-
duation at the Great Lakes, Ill., Na-
val Training Center. September 29.
Kilbourne was selected honor
man by his instructors, company
commander and fellow company
members.
'Before entering the service in
!July 1956, he graduated from Port
St. Joe High School.


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dispensing MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE xeclusively. No selling
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expands. Applicant must be dependable, have car, references,
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THE $'TAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


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PAQl FIVE


THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA


Azalea Circle Has Initial Meeting of

Year At Home of Mrs. Mary Grice

The October meeting of the Aza- Beasley to decide on a Christmas
lea Circle of the Port St. Joe Gar- project for the circle.
den Club took place Thursday af- The door prize, a potted plant,
ternoon in *the home of Mrs. Mary was awarded to Mrs. Chris Martin.
Grice at St. Joe Beach with Mrs. Attending the meeting was Mrs.


George Anchors and Mrs. James
Guilford, co-hostess. Mrs. Chris
Martin arranged the interesting
program about miniature flower ar-
rangements and iHlluir:tlr-l various
points with miniatures made by
circle members. Judges were Mrs.
Chauncey Cotin and Mrs. Kenneth
Brodnax. The blue ribbon was
awarded to Mrs. Ralph Nance.
Circle chairman, Mrs. J. C. Arbo-
gast appointed Mrs. Fred Davis,
Mrs. Carl Armstrong and Mrs. John



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by LYN CONNELLY
O NE of the best musicals of thd
year has been "The Eddy
Duchin Story" starring Tyrone
Power as the famous pianist .
SThe story was sad without the
extra tears producers managed
to squeeze out of it, but Hollywooo
will never change its love for
melodrama so we might as well
give in on this point There
was, for instance, Eddy's wife
dying at Christmas time .
Actually, she passed away in
August, but the little extra impetus
of a merry season being so sad-
dened by the death of a loved one,
so young, so lovely and a mother
of just a few days, just could not
be resisted.
We thought readers would like
to know the whereabouts of Peter,
Eddy's son The picture left
his status up in the air since it
was more concerned with the un.
timely death of the popular band-
leader Actually, the Edith
and Sherm Wadsworth of the pic-
lure, who took care of Peter and
raised him, represented the real.
life persons of Gov. and Mrs. Ave.
rell Harriman of New York .
Peter at present is almost 20,
lives in the governor's mansion
xt Albany with the Harrimans and
plans to study in Europe next
summer Unlike his father,
who preferred sophisticated bal-
lads, Peter is a modern jazz
pianist But it looks very much
like it may not be long before we
have another "Duchin at the
piano."
PLATTER CHATTER
Both Judy Garandand and Danny
Kaye are scoring heavily on their
personal appearance tours .
"War and Peace" will surely cap-
ture a goodly portion of the Acad-
emy Awards next spring ... It is
ironic that James Dean is more
popular now in death than he was
In life His name is magic at
e box office and theatres keep re-
running the same pictures over
and over Unfortunately, he
only made three, one not yet re-
ZeaswA


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Carl Armstrong, Mrs. J. C. Arbo- People's Service League.
gast, Mrs. George Anchors, Mrs. .-
Kenneth Brodnax, Mrs. Chauncey. BIRTHDAY DINNER HONORS
Costin, Mrs. Fred Davis. Mrs. Mary MRS. B. H. MUNN, SR.
Grice, Mrs. Buck Griffin, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Massey Ward of
James Guilford. Mrs. Chris Martin Mobile, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
and Mrs. John Beasley. Moore, Jr., and sons Ed, Taylor
and Robby of Tallahassee, Mrs.
ST. JAMES' CHURCH Charles Cecil Gordon of Tallahas-
EPISCOPAL see. Mrs. Albert Ward and daugh-
The Rev. Gardner D. Underhill,.. r ters. Bobby. Betty and Brenda, W.
Priest-in-charge L. Dawson and Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Thursday, St. Luke. Evangelist, '?Junn and children Michael, Bob
October 18. 10:00 a.m. until after and Connie, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
lunch, District Meeting of the Wo-_ Dandridge and sons, Massey and
man's Auxiliary of the Diocese of Danny of Lynn Haven attended a
Florida. 8:00 p.m. An Office of In- birthday dinner honoring Mrs. B.
stitution of Ministers into Parishas H. Munn, Sr., of De Funiak Springs
or Churches for the Rev. Gardner on her 86th birthday, Sunday at the
D. iUnderhill into St. James' Church Ward Cottage at Beacon Hill. Mrs.
Port St. Joe and St. John's Church, Munn is the mother of Mrs. Moo'-e,
Wewahitchka. A reception will tfl- Mrs. Cordon, Mrs. Massey Ward
low the institution, a.nd Bert Munn.
21st Sunday after Trinity, 21, Oct.
7:30 a.m., Celebration of the Holy Star Want Ads Get Result,
Communion. 9:45 a.m., Church ______ ____
School. 11:00 a.m., Morning Prayer
and sermon. 7:30 p.m. The Young advertising doesn't cost-It pays-


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SLACKS


$5.95
$6.95
$7.95
$8.95 -
$9.95
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$10.95
$12.95


- Now $4.50
Now $5.50
Now $6.50
- Now $7.25
Now $8.25
Now $8.25
Now $9.25
Now $10.00


MEN'S AND BOYS' JACKETS


SPECIAL
1 LOT MEN'S
Reg. $7.95 and $8.95

Now $4.00
1 LOT BOYS
Reg. $4.95 to $5.95

$3.95


St. James- Auxiliary
To Have Fall Bazaar
St. James' Woman's Auxiliary
will hold its annual fall bazaar on
Wednesday, November 14 in the
parish house. There will be plenty
of entertainment for both young
and old including fish pond, doll
booth, plant booth, pie and cake
booth as well as canned goods, ap-
ron booth and candy booth. Plans
are to sponsor a fall showing of
wearing gapparel of grown-ups and
children by Costin's Department
Store.
A turkey dinner will be served
beginning at 6 o'clock with special
plates for children. The public is in-
vited. Special attraction will be the
doll display, featuring all types of
clothes and outfits, shoes and
socks. These outfits are being made
by members of the auxiliary. Tick-
ets can be obtained in advance by
calling Mrs. Tom Coldewey.


Boy's Tom Sawyer

Sport Shirts

LONG SLEEVE

Values to $2.95


$1.25

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SHIRTS

$1.98


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CORDUROY ----- $3.25
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ARROW SHIRTS
Lovely Plaids
Rep. .oo00
I LOT SHIRTS --- $1.95

Men's Fleece Lined

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Khaki and Grey

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".E :E" DUNGAREES ..--- $2.95

j --.: ""LEE" SHOP CAPS --------------------59c
".,. "LEE" WORK GLOVES --------------- Pair $1.19 .

MEN'S DENIM WORK PANTS --------------$2.29
Boy's 9-Ounce
WORK SHOES MEN'S WORK JACKETS -----$4.98 and $5.98 DUGAR
Cork Soles Flannel Lined

High Top --$7.95 13 3-4 Ounce "LI RIDERS ----- --- $3.69
ARMY TWILL WORK PANTS ----- ---- $3.69
LOW Top --- $6.95 Khaki and Grey Reg. $3.95 Pair

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DRESS PANTS

Reg. $3.95


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WATER BEING LOWERED
AT JIM: WOODRUFF OAM KH
The elevation of the Jim Wood-
rufftt Lke is being lowered one foot
for the week beginning October 14,
on account of -the construction work
now in- progress.
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1 Power Mower Nothing to buy. You do not have to be present to "win. Just register
OF PRIZES value $101.00 at the Piggly Wiggly Super Market in Port St. Joe and Panama City.
1 Washing Machine These items will be given away on or before Oct. 27.,
5 Genreva Del. W eaches Portable The Martha Logan Cooking School will be held at the Civic Center
By Windsor,-Val. $71.50 each 1 Coffee Maker in Panama City, Oct. 25 and 26. An Admiral Home Freezer and other
5 Rollfast Bicycles 18 Cup Drip valuable prizes will be given to ladies attending this school. Tickets
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Swift's Corned 1
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POTATOES

10 Ibs-lOc
WITH $10.00 GROCERY ORDER


oz. Can
39c
2 Cans
35c
6 Oz. Can
29c


. Good Chuck Heavy


Swift's Broofield In quarters


BUTTER
Glacier Club
ICE CREAM


Soft Weve
TISSUE


lb. 69c
Half Gallon
65c


2 rolls 23c


Blue Ridge, Vacuum Packed
COFFEE lb. can 79c


Robin Hood
FLOUR
Oak Hill
PEACHES
Welch


SLAB Sliced or Unsliced

BA


Sbs


10 lb. 85c
No. 2V2 Can
25c
24 Oz. Bottle


GRAPE JUICE
Kraft Miracle Whip
Salad Dressing


Five Pound Bag Limit 5 Lb.


SUG


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29c
Pint
29c


Kraft ITALIAN
DRESSING
Sunshine Cup Custard
COOKIES 11
Nabisco
CRACKERS


Big Chief
RICE


8 Oz. Bot.
23c
11 Oz.
oz. 33c
Lb. Box
25c


21/4 lb. 33c


Flame Tokay


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SChoice


Rib


Steak lb 39c

CHOICE LB.

I Round Steak 59c


Sirloin Steak 59c
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RFump Roast 49c


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GREEN PEAS C
BABY LIMAS l l
BLACKEYE PEAS 4


FROSTY ACRE


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Strawberries 99c


FROSTY ACRE


6 CANS


Orange Juice 99c
TRADE WINDS -- FANTAIL PKG.
SHRIMP 63c


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Golden Yellow

Bananaslb 9c

SUNKIST DOZEN
LEMONS 19C
CANADIAN LB.

Rutabagas Sc
FRESH FLORIDA 3 FOR
Grapefruit 19c
4 POUND BAG


lIB LLET


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APPLES


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3 Cans 37c
'2 Cans
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Armour
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PAGE tIX
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


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THE STA R

Published Every Thur ay At A 06 WIlIeme Avenue. Part St.
Joe, Flerida, By T w Star Publishlt Comtpaent
\VESLEY R. RAMSE, Editor and Publiskher
Also Linotype Opeator. Ad a n, Inoor Wan, i)humniat. ,
Repotter. Proof Readelr and Bookk p,
ONE YEAR. SIX MONTHS $1.50
TRMA10C MON *127M45
SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Fntered as second-del* matter, December 19, 187, at the
Postftfice, Port St. Joe, Fla., under Act of tMath 11, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-8161
TO ADVERTISERS-In e at of error or omissions In s4ter.
tisements. the publiahers do not -hold -tbemsele liable for
damages further than 'mounturcelved for enob advertlseut
The spoken word is given eat attention; the printed ww4
Is thoughtfully w ei Te spoken word bael v aserts.
the printed word thortBy cauovines. The spoken word
Is lost. the printed w ~tius.


Florida Products Festival Simply

.A Promotion of Our Self-interests
Plans are being made for the Second Annual Festival of
iFlorida Products, designed to develop more markets ;for the
products of our farms, factories, forests and mines. That, of
course, is being done constantly in other states .by the Florida
Development Commission and others.
It seems to be a matter of plain common sense to us for
our out-of-state promotions to be accompanied with an aggressive
anrd effective effort to build a greater sales volume at home f or
Florida-produced products. As matters now stand, at least 65
percent of the retail sales dollar spent in Florida is leaving the
state. Gov. LeRoy Collins, who has proclaimed February 14-23
as Festival of Florida Products Week, said that the purchase
of more Florida products would keep the dollar at home to
bolster local economy and help Florida grow.
A surprising number of products are produced and pro-
"essed in Florida too. There are some 7,500 such items.
This area, although it is regarded primarily as industrial.
rather than agricultural, produces a surprisingly large and diver-
sified share of the state's products. They range from fish bait
to honey, and from paper to turpentine. The list, if one should
be completely 'compiled, would include a variety of dairy pro-
ducts, pecans, many types of useful timber, not to mention a var-
iety o agricultural items that could barely be matched elsewhere.
Surely, then, the people of this area should give whole-
hearted support to the Festival of Florida Products project. Just
as surely, too, they should do it with emphasis on the products
produced here or nearby. Too often in the past, locally produced
or processed items have been taken too much for granted. Pro-
motion of the home industries, especially our box4 manufacturing
and paper manufacturing plants, is simply a matter of promoting
our own self-interests. Who could find fault with that?

Hampton, Virginia, .spent tea days.
S __NEWS FROM visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Phelps.
nd View rs. White and Mrs. Ph~lp are
By HELEN RICHARDS Mrs. Lillie Cuamle madoea busi-
Phone BAll 7.167 ness trip to Florala, :Alabama;-.on.
Saturday.
'fr. and Mrs. W. F. White of Mrs. W. C. Forehand and Mrs. A.



Sunday and Monday
Octhe 11


to meet together. There were 12
members and three visitors pres-
ent. Mrs, DuBose dismissed the
group with prayer.

NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS
s"
Honored With Shower
Mrs. Jimmie Lee Yager was hon-
ored with a stork shower Thursday
night at 7:30 at the home of Mrs.
W. C. Wilson. Cokes and cookies
were served to the following guests
Mrs. W. G. Knight, Miss Helen Nor-
ris, Mrs. W. C. Wilson, Mrs. Doris
Young, Mrs. Inez Glass, Mrs. Henry
Butts, Mrs. Ike Hall, rMs. Ernest
Lightfoot, Mrs. Tommy Webb, Mrs.
Kenneth Ellis, amie Mutmobb, Mrs.
Toby Worley, Mrs. Margaret Ard,
Mrs. Mary Lou Stripling, Mrs.
Glenda Darby, Mrs. Pippins,. Mrs.
Opal Burns, Mrs. Jean Shoots, Mrs.


Peggy Adams, Miss Minnie Ray,
Mrs. Ed Winn, Mrs. Bufird Griffin,
Mrs. Joe Burns, Mrs. Lloyd Riley,
Mrs. Stella Norris, Mrs. Allen Nor-
ris, Mrs. John McKenzie, Mrs. Car-
los Miles, Mrs. Eva Weston, Mrs.
'Curt Gwaltney, Miss La Vern Glass.
Those ending gifts but unable to
attend were Mrs. Coker, Mrs. Mary
Lee Pitts, Mrs. Tony Weeks, Mrs.
L. W. Cox, Mrs. L. C. Davis, Mrs.
Aline Butts, Mrs. Joel Lovett, Mrs.
Clinton Cox, Mrs. Ral Jolly, Mrs.
J.' S. Shirey, 'Mrs. Ruth LeGrone,
Mrs. Lawson, Mrs. Nelson Gardner,
Mrs. C. D. Gay, Mrs. Leavell, Mrs.
Thursday, Mrs. Tukey, Mrs. Jessie
Anderson, Mrs. Cannon, Mrs. Davis,
Mrs. June Norris, ,Mrs. James Gris-
sin Mrs. 'Burroughs, Mrs. R. L.
Hanlon, Mrs. Minnie Gay. Hos'ess,-
for this occasion was the WMC of
the Oa Grove Assembly of God
Church.
We are sorry to say that Mrs.
Idell Ray is in the hospital and her
many friends wish her a speedy re-


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 --- 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
100% AIR CONDITIONED


P. Jackson -Made a business trip to Baptist Church met Monday for
Panama City, Monday. their Royal 'Service program. Mrs.
Gleun Garrett, who is a student Llil'ie Richter, the president, gave
at Chipola College, visited his par- the devotional, taken from Hab. 9:
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Garrett, 16, with prayer by Mrs. Edna Floyd.
ever the .week end. The group sang the song, "The
Mrs. ;J. '.'iAdams and daughters Kingdom Is 'Coming". The program,
Sandra and Lfbby, spent the week "Sowing Beside All Waters", was
end in Ozark, Alabama, where they presented by circle one. Three
'attended:a birthday dinner honor- Worlds Today, by Mrs. Ruth Har-
ing Mrs. Adama,mother, Mrs. S. H. buck, and Mrs. Nora Lee Roney,
Daughtry. .Mrs. Daughtry's eight Three Inescapables In The Gospel
children and other relatives enjoy- by Mrs. Alice Macomber; Three
ed the occasion with. her. Phases of The Missionary Program
Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Richards and by Mrs. E. R. DuBose and the clos-
Obildren, Helen and R'andall, made ing meditation was given by Mrs.
a business trip to'Panama City, T. 0. Richards, the circle chairman.
Friday. The next meeting will be circle
WMU MEETING meeting at .the home of Mrs. Ralph
The WMU of the Highland View Macomber. All WAMU members are


Just out ana just wonaerful I


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cover.
Hansel Norris, L. P. Ray, Hubert
Kaiser and Louis Ray motored to
Panama City Sunday on business.
-Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deese motored
to Panama City Friday on business.
Miss Tresa Deese of Panama City
is spending a few days with Mrs.
Carl Deese.
Carl Deese and son, L. C. left
Friday night for Texas where they.
will stay for a few weeks.
Wallace Hall of Marianna spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cleve-
(Continued On Page 7)


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New right down to the wheels it rolls on-that's the
'57 Chevrolet!
By now you know it's new in style. You can see that
Chevy's longer, lower-and every inch a beauty.
But Chevrolet's new in lots of ways that don't
show up in our picture. It's new in V8 power options
that range up to 245 h.p.* Then, you've a choice of
two automatic drives as extra-cost options. There's
an even finer Powerglide-and new, nothing-like-it
Turboglide that brings you Triple-Turbine take-off
and a new flowing kind of going. It's the only one of
its kind!
Come see the new car that goes 'em all one better
-the new 1957 Chevrolet!


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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1956


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Mosquito Control District program, to-wit: I pairing the following equipment: ida will holly its regular meeting f-r the Cleveland Hall.
LEGAL AD/ERnTISING 10,000 -gallons, more or less, regular One a155 2 ton Ford truck. ,up onec day due to election day being on oIiT a
gasoline. One 1053 half ton GMC PU truck, the .,,' :,. i.- date of November 6, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Willis Liptford and
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS 10,000 gallons, more or less, No. 2 diesel Two 1952 half ton Willys PU trucks. j11956 --..1 ,. .,..g will be at 9 o'clock children of Marianna spent Satur-
NoTice is hereby given tIhat the Board ofil. I The Board reserves the right to reject any A.M. (CST).
Count Commissioners of Gulf Couny, Flor- 50 gallons. more or less, No. 10 wt. non- and all bids -.I. s-E C. HARDEN, Sr. day with Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland
ida will receive sealed bids until 9 o'clock detergent motor oil. All above items will be purchased from Chairman, Board Co. Commission T Hall and Mr. Eunice Vckes.
AM., Nov. 5, 1956 CST, at the office of 100 gallons, more or less, No. 30 wt. time to time, beginning Novcnber, 1956 Gulf Conty, Florida 2t-H10-11 l and Mrs. Eunice Vickers.
the Clerk of Circuit Court. Wewahitchka, Motor oil. 'and:0-,.. September, 1957.
the Clerk of CircuitCourt Wwitc Mot oi a. ill bids to: George Y. Cor,. Clerk- Mr. and Mrs. Preston Baxter and
Florida, from any person, Company or cor, i 50 pounds, more or less, lubricating Circuit Court, Wewaliitchka, Florid and hter f Te are edi a
portion, to furnish the County the follow- 'grease. 'mark on the outside of envelope the follow- daughter of Texas are pending a
ing items, to be used by tihe ulf County Furnishing servicing, greasing and re- ing words: "Sealed Bid on go li'i, oil,- O G N Ws few days with friends and relatives.
servicing"r .
Board County Commis.ioners Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pane and
S Gulf County, Florida
E- T lI. C. IIARDEN,NS1. I land Hall. daughter of Missouri are spending
S, TOM LINSONAttest: Chairman Ernest Lightfoot, Alice Jean Gay, a .few days with Mr. and Mrs. E.
George Y. Core, Clerk 2t-10-11 Juanita Norris and Jenny Norris B. Young.
REALTOR INSUROR COUNTY motored to Kinard Sunday on busi- Rev. Lloyd Riley motored to Pan-
CU DATE CHANGED FOR MONTH ness- ama City Monday on business.
40 M ment Ave Port St Joe Fla. OF NOVEMBER 1956 La Nell Vickers of Alabama spent Mrs. Bill Bennett of Tallahassee
403 Monument Ave. Port St Joe, FlIa. Notice is hereby given that the Board of !
County Commissioners of Gulf County, yi-- Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Eu- is spending a few days visiting with
month of november 195, on Mon day, NOnice Vickers and Mr. and Mrs. friends and relatives.
member 5, 1956. This meeting has bemen ret


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


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BLOWN-IN SPUN ROCK-WOOL

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Johns-Mansville Asbestos Siding

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ST. JOE BEACH -- PORT ST. JOE

NO DOWN PAYMENT

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On Your Job -- 3 Day Limit


The Best lesson

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Lucky little girl she's learning early that drinking


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ITwo Local Boys

Pledge Fraternity

SEBWXANEE, TENN.- Sewanee's
nine fraternities pledged 154 fresh-
men and new students as the Uni-
versity of the South began its 1956-
57 academic year.
Two students attending Sewanee
from Port St. Joe were chosen to
fraternities.
Byron Walter Wilder, Jr., was.
chosen by Alpha Tau Omega. Wil-
der is the son of Mr. and Mrs. B.
W. Wilder of Oak Grove.
Bert Munn, Jr., was chosen by
',i Alpha Epsilon. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Munn of Port
St. Joe.


Mrs. Howell Gives

WSCS Program

The monthly program of the Wo-
man's Society of Christian Service
was liheld"in the church sanctuary
at 3 p.m. Monday with Mrs. W. H.
Howell, Jr., in charge.
A business session was held pre-
ceding the program presided over
by Mrs. Charles Browne, vice-presi-
dent.- rs. Fred Davis reported that
in the recently completed study on
"Southeast Asia", 3'8 members were
enrolled with an average attend-
ance of 71 per cent. The theme of
the next study will be "Youth In A
Responsible .Society. A Christian'.q
Concern" which will be completed
in two 45 minute sessions, October
29 and November 5.
(Spiritual life chairman, Mrs. Bob
King called attention to the annual
"Week- of Prayer and Self-Denial"
to begin Oct. 24 through 31. The
members are asked to give thought
.and prayer for its success. Prayer
cards and envelopes 'for the offer-
ing were distributed.
Circles will meet at .3 pi.. Mon-
day, October 22 as follows: Circle
1, Mrs.j'Percy Fleishel; Circle 2,
Mrs. Chris Martin; Circle 3, Mrs.
Carl Stevens and Circle 4, Mrs. Wil-
liston Chason.


anu i ruy7 tnin tnas or u neurs 1
me for the difficult job that I was time since I -have been in this city,
here to do. that I actually feel a citizen of the
.Since that time my opinion had city rather than just here to do a
not changed until the sudden death job.
of my father, Mr. 0. C. McCullough, 'Let me thank every one for what
last Thursday night. It 'was then they' have meant to me during this.
that I.fully realized the vast num- tragic period of my life for I know
her of friends that I truly have In that what they did was for me. I
Port St. Joe. I realized it through! shall never forget it. I hope that I
their offerings of sympathy, their !shall live to be a credit ot this
floral offerings, .their telegrams, community and desreve the friend-
their long distance calls, and their, ship that has been offered me.
desire to assist me In any way' Dottie'Thomas
that they could since $ have re- *Hospital Director


Mrs. Howell was assisted by Mrs.
Walter Johnson in presenting the
4 theme of the next quadrenniuni.
"The Spirit of Christ for All of
Life", ns ir a film strip. The call
is to every member 'to help in
credit achieving these goals.
The theme for the monthly pro-
- grams for the year 1956-57 will be
"The Islands .Await His Word."


What put the magic




in the new kind


The new Ford Fairlane 500 (118-inch wheelbase).
Longer, lower, larger than many medium-priced
cars, yet lower in price than most of them


Vitamin and


mineral-rich milk assures her of buoyant health, energy


and growth. So, order SEALTEST dairy-fresh milk

today .4d include a generous serving in every lunch box.








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"Your Sealtest Distributor"


PROCLAMATION

WHEREAS, the United States of
America eleven years- ago joined
with other nations In creating the
United Nations to maintain peace
and to facilitate mutual aid
among nations, and
WHEREAS, new weapons of war
now make the maintenance :of
peace still most urgent, and
WHEREAS, many peoples need
the aid of the more fortunate ha-
tions, and'
WHEREAS, the United Nations
has labored persistently and.
faithfully to avert war and pro-
mote mutual assistance among"
nations, and ,
WHEREAS, the General Assembly
of the United Nations has resolv-
ed that October 24, the anniver-
sary of the coming into force of
the U n i t ed Nations. Charter,
should be dedicated each year to
making known the alms and ac-
complishments of the United Na-
tions.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, LEROY
COLLINS, by virtue of the au-
thority vested in me as Governor
of the State of Florida, do hereby
proclaim Wednesday, October 24,
1956 as
UNITED NATIONS DAY
In Florida, and urge the citizens
of this State to observe this day
by means Of community programs-

turned home from the funeral with
my mother,
There Is no way to explain the
warm feeling I have inside my heart
for the people here in Port St. Joe,
a T t tflj think kt af. t fno the flAir+


Here's what put the magic in
the new kind of FORD!
It started with the "Inner Ford." When
Ford planned this baby, they thought in
terms of a car through-and-through new.
The wheels got smaller. This Ford is so
new that even the wheels have changed. Now
smaller and broader, they help you take off
quickly.
The wheelbase got longer. .... so now you
can choose between a Ford that's over 16 ft.
long-or one over 17 ft. long
The frame got wider. Side rails bow 'out
to give a more stable, safer riding platform
a lower, sleeker silhouette.
The ride got smoother. With new suspen-
sion, new springing front and rear, the ride
this new Ford gives is the smoothest ever.
The handling got easier. Poised and bal-
anced like a panther, this car has swept-back
front suspension that works its magic when
you need it most.
The power gothotter. There's a wide
range of Silver Anniversary V-8's to fit every
horsepower need* plus a new Mileage
Maker Six.


The roof got lower. And it's designed to let
you make the easy entries and graceful exits
/you've always known.
The body got quieter. It's the strongest
body built for alow-priced car. No car in
Ford's field hassuch generous sound-proofing.
The room got bigger. There's head room
to spare for a tycoon-type hat. There's real
stretch-out leg room, too.
The lines got sweeter. They have t-'r
Tobuch of Tomorrow. Each graceful contour
says, "Let's gol"
The style got smarter. With this new-look
Ford you have a car that belongs anywhere!
All Fairlane models look like hardtops.
The value got greater .. the price is still
Ford-low.
*A Speiql 700-hP Thunderbird S31 Super V-8
*Owe available at extra cost.
Alaoo u a ira-ig-psrma nes Thunderbird 81S
up V-8 imsl divering up to 85 hp.

So now you know. the magic of the

S57 FORD


ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY


Port St. Joe, Florida


Phone 7-3737


that will create a better public
understanding of the problems,
aims and achievdements of the
United Nations and 'seek the co-
operation of 'State.and, local offi-
cials, representatives of civic,
educational, and religious organi-
zations, press, radio, and televi-
blon, with the United .Nations
1956 Anniversary Committee of
Florida.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereuqto set my hand ,and caused
the Great Seal of the State of
Flolida, to be affixed at Tallahas-
see, the Capital, this 19th day of
September, A. D., 1956.
Leroy Collins
GOVERNOR
ATTEST: '
iR. A. Gray
SECRETARY OF STATE
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LONNIE T. BARNES TAKES
PART IN ARTILLERY SHOW
-OK1MAHOMA CITY-Army Spec-
ialist Third Class Lonnie T. Barnes
son of Mr. and Mrs. -Lonnie A.'
Barnes, Port St. Joe, recently help-
ed demonstrate artillery weapons
and 'equipment at the Oklahoma
State Fair, Oklahoma City.
ISpecialist Barnes is a truck driv-
er in Battery A of the 18th Field
Artillery Battalion at Fort B111,
Oklahoma.
9Barnes entered the Army in July
1954,and received basic training at
Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. He
has served in the European theatre.
The 22-year-old soldier attended
school in .Port St. Joe.

Visiting Children Here
E. El. Van Horn is visiting with
his daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Munn on Hunter Cir-
cle.

Guests of Munns
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Horn
of Lynn Haven and son Bobby were
the guests of Mr. Van Horn's sis-
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Munn, ,Sunday.

Visitors In Altha
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Roberts and
-daughter, Linda were the dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Roberts
of Altha, Sunday.


PICTURED ABOVE is Mrs. James W. H. Chandler, the former
Miss Sadie Arnette of this city. She is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. -D. C. Arnette of.this city. The couple were married
in 'Rome, Georgia September 16.


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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1956


LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR
-- -- *
I came to Port St. Joe eleven and
a half months ago, and even though
I was welcomed I still did not feel
that I belonged. I felt that the peo-
ple of Port St. Joe just tolerated

The meeting- closed with prayer
by Mris. Bob ).11,- and the Woman's
Society benediction by the group.







PAGE TEN


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...are among the biggest bargains
your money can buy. For example,
fifteen dollars spent for an antibi-
otic today will usually cure a mas-
toid that a few years ago would
have cost several hundred dollars
plus the expense of weeks in the
hospital.
As today's production methods im-
prove-the prices of drugs decrease.
For you, this means constantly more
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Road Dept. To

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"tOP JOCKEY Johnny Long-
len, 48, broke all-time world
inte record held by England's
'Sir Gordon Richards (retired)
when he posted victory number
4,871 at DoM Mar, Cal.,


This an' That'
Although the forward pass was
introduced Into football in 1906, it
was seven years before it was
recognized as a potent offensive
weapon. This came about when
a then little-known, heavily out-
weighed Notre Dame team, (picked
as a "breather" to fli a gap jn
schedule). bombarded Army witt
passes, defeating the West Point
stalwarts by 35-13. One of Notre
Dame's stars' in this 1913 victory
was .anute Rockne ... Jim Thorps
scored 25 touchdowns and totaled
19i8 points in 1912 Volleyball
was originated In 1915 by William
G... Morgan, .at. Holyoke, Mass.
The game was first known as Min-
onette ... Charles "Chick" Evans
of Chicago was the veteran among
entrants in the National Amateui
Golf Championship at Lake Forest,
Illinois. Prior to the September 11
meet, Evans had played in the
tournament 33 straight times .
John Marshall, former Yale swim,
sing star from Australia, set a
new national record for, the 100
yard butterfly at Melbourne, clock
o.., i.f Reconds.


fie engineers as an added safety' The Road Department now is ad-
Changing of the familiar ylelow measure. The new white center vertising for bids on 30,000 gallons
center lines to a reflectorized white lines will be broken and, on stretch- of white paint which will be used
color on State and Federal high- ebs of roads where passing is noi to re-paint the center lines as pres-
ways. in Florida will be started in permissable, or safe, a solid yellow ent "markings become faded.
the near future it was announced line will be painted alongside the
this week by Wilbur E. ones, State whitee strip. At present, Jones said. "We will not attempt to repaint
Read Board chairman. both the center and non-passing all of the lines at once," Jones stat-
The change over, Jones said, was solid lines are of the same yello-w ed, "but will replace the yellow
advised by Road Department traf- color. lines only as it becomes necessary."


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA TI


RED "IT" GIRL Russia's
most glamorous movie star Irina
Skobtseva plays Desdemona in
new Soviet film "Othello," which
may come to II. S. in trade for
our "Oklahoma-"
r


REPATRIATED ... Greek army
officer greets his daughters at
?Piraeus after 8-year exile in
Albanias following Greek civil


of the colored route markings will
enable a motorist to make faster
time by eliminating loss of time
where a large number of route mar-
kers at multiple road crossings
cause a confusing delay.
In cities and some of the larger
towns, the signs also bear the leg-
end "north" and "south" or "east"
or "west" to prevent motorists
from becoming confused and tra-
veling in the wrong direction.
In no case will the colored route
markers of one Federal highway


cross that of another.
'Florida is the only state with


-HURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1956

headquarters in Mafianna. The of-
fice was opened because Bay Coun-


Easy, Terms Arranged
HALL CONSTRUCTION CO.
Phone BAIl 7-4871


and'Remodeling

No Months

Down To

Payment Pay

(Up To 5 Years To Pay On Loans of $1,500 or More)
Approximate Cost for Average Size Home
NEW 210 Lb. SHINGLE ROOF $9.59 per month
NEW BATH FIXTURES $6.39 per month
NEW BED ROOM $38.33 per month
EXTERIOR PAINTING $8.63 per month

Present Home Mortgage Doesn't Keep You From
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We Use Nationally Advertised Materials


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Phone BAll 7-3321


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Performance-proved in a historyu-m: 't .-j
on the ALCAN Highway to Alaska


The Alcan Highway is the road where trucks grow
old before their time. The. road where gravel end-
lessly sledgehammers the life out of trucks. Where
a fog of superfine dust chokes engines, and vicious
ruts subject chassis to months of wear in a few
hundred miles.
Six new '57 Chevrolet trucks, heavily loaded with
cargo, roared north from Dawson Creek, B.C.,
through, 1,520 miles of mountains and mire, rain
and-hail to Fairbanks, Alaska. Running around the
clock, they made this tortuous trip-normally a
72-hour run-in less than 45 hours. As a special test
during the run, two of the trucks went the entire
distance without once having their engines stopped!
Come in and see how well these new Alcan
champs measure up to your job.


Alcan fleet reports up to 18.17 miles per gallon That's
the mileage reported by the Cameo Carrier, with Thrift-
master 6 and Overdrive (optional at extra cost).


FIRST WITH THE I.CS7 iJ.GDERN FEATURES
New 283-cubic-inch Taskmaster V8 is standard in Series
5000, 7000 and 8000, op;:cial in Series 6000 at extra
cost. Horsepower ranges up to 210 in Chevrolet's com-
plete line-up of modern V8 and 6 truck engines.
Revolutionary Powermat;c Traunn;is :c::-exclusive with
Chevrolet trucks! This six-speed automatic, designed
specifically for heavy-duty hauling, is an extra-cost
option in Series 5000 cnd 6000 and all heavy-duty
truck models. Hydra-McAl.c is offered in 3000 and 4000
Series models at extra cost.
L.C.F. models outdate C.O.E. trucks in every way; yet
offer all the traditional C.O.E. advantages.
Heavyweight Champs with Triple-Torque tandem are
rated at 32,000 lbs. GVW, 50,000 lbs. GCW. Special
features include built-in 3-speed power divider.


All the way in DRIVE range with Powermalic! This
Powermatic-equipped 10000 Series tractor traveled the
Alcan Highway in a single forward-speed rangel


Only franchised Chevrolet dealers display this famous trademark



Hutchins-Thursbay Chevrolet Co.


PIoI St. Ioe Floridl Corner 4th and W I


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The Road Board chairman said Miami. Red markers on U.S. 1 from
that repainting of all center lines Jacksonville to Key West have
will take "more than a year". been erected on nearly all of the
Another innovation in color is highway and will be completed
Another Innovation in color i w n a few days. Workers will
already being used on Federal high- start erecting blue markers on U.
ways in Florida. That is colored S. 90 from Jacksonville to Pensa-
route markers. Green markers have cola within a day or two.
already been put up on U.S. 27 l a a
which crosses the state line north All Federal highways in Florida
of Tallahassee, goes through the will have colored markers erected
center of the state, swings south of within a year.
Lake Okeechobee and goes on into Chairman Jones recently said use


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plans to establish colored route ty's work load equals that of all
markers on all Federal highways. the other five counties combined.
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STEVE F. ROUX NAMED To Leave or Atlanta
BAY PAROLE OFFICER Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Hendrix will
_--- leave this week end for Atlanta,
:Steve F. Roux, formerly of Apa- Ga., where Dr. Hendrix will attend
lachicola, has been named Bay a post graduate course on heart
County parole supervisor. disease. They will also attend the
dBay County formerly was served Auburn-Georgia Tech game on Sat-
by June Simms, parole supervisor urday afternoon.
for Gulf, Holmes, Calhoun, Wash- -- -
ington and Jackson Counties with Send The Stai to a rlerna


INTERIOR DECORATING
REMODELING HOME REPAIR


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Corner 4th and Williams;


Part St. Joe, Florida






THE STARF PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


THURSDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1956


Smith. children's home. ; 18:21 were used as scripture.
M rs. Herring Has The next meeting will be with Officers forthecomingyearwere
Mrs. J. J. Clements on the third- elected with Mrs. Ramsey as chair-
First Baptist Circle Monday in November at 3:00 p.mU- man. Mrs. Perry Eliott, co-chair-
The meeting adjourned. and de- man; Mrs. J. A. Garrett, treasurer;
licious refreshments were served Mrs. E. H. Van Landingham, pub-
Circle four of the First Baptist by the hostess. licity chairman; Mrs. R. W. Hen-
Church WMU met with Mrs. W. J. ----_-- derson, program chairman; Mrs.
Herring on Ninth Street with seven i Ra-lph Nance, stewardship and so-
Iembrs present, irc Ve ie S cial chairman: Mrs. Hollman, mis-
Mrs. J. J. Clements gave the de- sio'n study chairman; Mrs. Jack
votional from Matt. 26. verses 7-13 W ith Ramse hammock, children's home and Mrs.
and Matt. 29:18-13 followed by a iI. h J J. Daughtry prayer chairman.
prayer., A brief business session was held
Officers for the new year were Mrs. Wesley Ramsey was hostess
l c m o o 'followed with the social hour: The
elected as follows: Monday afternoon in her home on w es hor he
Mrs.Joe Bracewell, chairman; hostess served refreshments to the
Mrs. Joe Bacewell, chairman; Blvd. to memer of Circle ix members present. Mrs. Van Lan-
rs. J. JHerring, co-chairman; 3 of the First Baptist Missionary dingham dismissed the group with
Mr 1:. Irwin, secretary and treas-
,. .,,i Mrs. Bob Elizey, program Union, prayer.
, i iu?. n. "Lord What Will You Have Mel The next meeting will be held in
,Committee chairmen were named Do", was the theme of the program the home of Mrs. W. J. Daughtry,
as follows: Mrs. J. J. Clements, with Mrs. Ramsey giving the devo- 508 Fourth Street.
stewardship; Mrs. Fred Maddox, tional. Verses taken from Acts 1:8; --
community missions; Mrs. Dave Matt. 20:19; 1 Cor. 3:9 and John- GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
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Visit Webb's Toyland


Gun and Holster Sets
Musical Toys


_ 98c to $4.98
69c to $3.98


Trains, Mech. & Elec. .-- $2.98 to $7.95


Pull Toys


69c to $2.49


Doctor & Nurse Kits ---.. $1.00 to $1.98


Telephones


29c to $1.98


Games 29c to $1.98


$10.95 $11.95 $13.95
OTHERS $7.98 and $9.98

0. M. WEBB 5c TO $5.00 STORES


Port St. Joe


Florida


SELECT NOW LAY-A-WAY FOR CHRISTMAS


IJInmarnnAm MaLha. r t'e


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FRIENDS, COUNTRYMEN! LEND US YOUR EARS! It's For YOU; No, We Are Not Going Out of
Business WE ARE READY TO

AB I A Ii $20,000 Over-


READ CAREFULLY



STARTS
THURSDAY
OCTOBER 18
8:30 A.M.
Our Goal Is $10,000
in 10 Days COME!

This is a wipe 'em dry sell-
out 14X20 39c
quality Cannon

Terry Towels

6for99c
Handy size and not as
much as a good wash cloth


Dual Control
Electric Blanket

$19.98

Selling Out All

RUGS
$2.49 ------ Now $1.99
$3.95 ----- Now $2.49
$4.95 ---- Now $2.99
$5.95 -----Now $3.99
Wanted sizes durable wash-
able fabrics. 1956 Merchandise.


LLUU stock'" ES$10,000


- You Can Make A $1.00 0 r More A Minute! Do You Know Of A Better Deal? RIGHT NOW When You Need It Most
YOU'LL SAVE MORE THAN HALF ON SOME ITEMS!


SELLING OUT
2 Lot Numbers
MOJUD HOSE
88c
Values up to $1.35
Buy for Santa now and save!

SELLING OUT
3 lucky girls
Leatherette
COATS
$7.95 Value
$4.99
Size 10, 12. 14. White and blue


UMEN="


A Hot Shot Sell Out Table

Sandals Bedroom Shoes
ETC. and ETC.

99c
Grab early Some were up to $5.00


For Men A X S M

and Women Boy
A reckless, fast and furious SELL OUT! Over 300 Pairs Dependable


Men's RAND
Were $12.95 and $14.75
MEN'S RANDCRAFT
Were $9.95
MEN'S STAR BRAND
Were $6.95
Work and Dress Sh
B, C and D Width


Here's 2 Sell Outs
for the most important member of the
family!
$1.59 Scout-Tex, Syntilon

BABY PANTS 99c
Birdseye DIAPERS Doz. $1.99


Smart, wise sewers! You'll save! Check these sellouts from our .


Yard Goods Dept.

$1.19 PLAIN CORDUROYS Yard 89c
$1.49 FANCY CORDUROYS Yard 99c
$1.49 1-Piece BLUE SAIL CLOTH Yard 79c
$2.49 VELVETEEN, Black and colors Yard $1.79


85c Value 36" INDIAN HEAD, Green and Blue Only


Yard 49c


iss or Mrs.

ys and Girls


A Closeout Group
of Ladles Street and House

DRESSES
$1.99
Values up to $5.95
Broken sizes and discontinued
numbers Buy 'em and wear
'em anytime
PLEASE REMEMBER
You'll save every day in our
ready-to-wear d ep artment, on
new fall coats,suits, dresses and
so on. Quality, style cash
prices I


Special Sell Out Group 11 Only
MEN'S SUITS
$27.50 Values $19.50
Sale Price -------- W I UW
$39.50 Value $2950
Sale Price -----
Fine fabrics, good styles Just more
for your dollars here


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Each


$2.98


SELLING OUT ABOUT 100
Men's WEMBLEY and VAN HEUSEN TIES, $1.50 Val. 99c
M.n if vnyu don't need now buy 'em for gifts Save over one third.


A market sell out
Scoop
Just in Be gone quick
$8.95 Junior and Missy
DRESSES
$5.99
2 For $11.00
Flashing new
HATS
Would be $5.00 .
A SELL-OUT AT
$2.99

A Sellout for
S 1 Special group men's
Genuine Fur Felt
HATS
Values up to 10.
$4.99
Saving is clear thinking

Men! Never before
A solj out the like of this Good-
year, heavy crepe sole
Canvas Oxfords

$2.33
S-They feel wonderful
*We can always blow with
these men's white
Handker, ir f

$1.00 A Doz
Just a goodwill gesture


Double check this
Sell Out
8 only, Green, full size
-CHENILLE
Bedspreads

$2.99
They are colorful and at-
tractive!


CHECK THESE SELL-OUTS!

DEPENDABLE LINGERIE


Reg. $3.98 Schranks Sizes 34 to 44
COTTON PLISSE, NYLON TRIM
$1.95 iSans Souci' and Mojud
NYLON PANTIES, Lace Trim, Black Only .


$8.95 Sans Souci Sizes 32 to 38 only
NYLON GOWNS


$2.49


A Super Duper Sellout
1 lot colored cotton

SWEAT SHIRTS


99c


$3.99


Boys or Girls
Mostly red and navy


Men, here's a sell out lot
Helanca Nylon
STRETCH SOX


2 pr.


$1.00


$69 0= Women's and Girls' Mostly
499 OXFORDS and LOAFERS -
4.99 Were up to $9.95 ---

mS. Discontd. styles, up to $5.95i
toes POLL PARROT for Children $398
is 1 Lot $5.95 0.1


H Ye, Young Men hc


( Hear Ye, Young Men check
this lot

MEN'S SPORT COATS

$13.33
100% wool First time ever this low
price. 1956 Merchandise.


A Sell Out Buy for quality conscious men
VAN HEUSEN DRESS SHIRTS
Values up to $3.95


$1.99


Includes white, grey, pink, mint. 4tzes 14/2 to 16
1 Lot Corduroy and Gabardine ---------
Broken Sizes Values up to $5.95


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Are Selected
The Elementary School has been .. ''"'''.''
having a series of homeroom meet- ..' -. :
ings the past two weeks to organ-. .... '-
ize the mothers of the various ,'
carnival.
The chairmen for the different '
rooms are as follows: '
Grade one. Mrs. Fory Scheffer, ,...".''':'
Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey. Mrs. John .-
Robert Smith and Mrs. Alfred .-. .'" 'j
Joines. Teachers of the rooms are
Mrs. Purvis Howell, Mrs. James Ya-
don and Mrs. Dick Lamberson.
Grade two, Mrs. Byron Eells, Mrs.
Frank Pate and rs. Bill Cowden. .
Home room teachers are Miss Juan-
ita Gunn Mrs. Maddox and Mrs. "
Ben Dickens.
Grade three, Mrs. W. E. Thurs- .
bay, Mrs. James Wise, Mrs. Nelson '."
Gardner and Mrs. Leonard Belin. .
Home room teachers are Mrs. Ar-
nold Daniell, Mrs. A. P. Martin.. .
Mrs. Earl Rollins and Mrs. Pauline,
MceGee.
Grade four, Mrs. Mrs. P. ackson SWEARING IN of the two new City Councilmen is performed-
arker and Mrs. William 'Wager. by City Clerk R. W. Henderson, (standing far right) at the
Homeroom teachers are Mrs. Jesse first meeting of the Commission in October. The new.Com-
Stone. Mrs, Kay Clark, Mrs. Lamar missioners are (standing, left to right) I. C. Nedley and F.
Faison and Mrs. James Traweek. W. Chandler. The other Councilmen (seated') are Watson
Grade five Mrs. Alma Jones and Smith, Clifford Tharpe and Mayor J. L. Sharit. ( photo)
Mrs. Ernest Wimberly. Homeroom
teachers are Mrs. S. J. Anchors and
Mrs. John Witherow. G est Preacher T holding a week of meetings in Pen-
Grade six. Mrs. Myrtle Childers. eacola, at the. Fairfield Prsbyter--
,Presbyterian Pulnit ian Church. From there bh will fln
PTA MEETING SET r to Newark, New Jersey to preach-
FOR TONIGHT AT 8 P.M. for three days, holding an: evange-
FOR TONIGHT AT 8 P.M. In the next two weeks, Rev. Har- l1.m conference for a group of Re-
All parents of the Elementary ry S. Pune, returned missionary formed Churches, and making it a
school children are reminded wt at- from the Belgian Congo, will preach preparation nfor the Billy Graham.
tend the meeting of the elementary. at the Presbyterian Church. His Crusade in New York in May.
Parent-Teacher Associational meet- series of four messages will beI The Sunday School of the Pres-
ing at S p.m. tonight. A nurse-y geared to the times and a true chal- byterian Church is led-by. devoted
will be provided for the young set. lenge to the church. The public is and useful Bible teachers who hold
especially invited to come and hear forth the word of life. You and your
Star Want Ads Get Resultm this missionary of the cross. family are encouraged to come next;
Send The Star to a frien. 'Rev. William T. Iverson will be Sunday at 9:45.


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CARD OF THANKS
II wish most sincerely to thank
Uiese ladies for the wonderful help
that they-gave me during the Gulf
County Fair. Mrs. John M. Griffin
should be called "Mrs. Gulf County'
'tfr xipe loves every part of it and
ever fall;, to help in any project.
Thf alk yoiu Pstelle for the love aYA
confiden,-.-, you have given me thrti
the years. Mrs. C. G. Costin, Str.
kept me supplied with the moMt
beautiful cakes from the best eo'kh
Mr 0 ;..:ar Roberts for her WOAlder-
ful pie-; Mrs. Joe Grimsley was my
ei y right hand. Mrs. Fred Maddox
and' Mrs. Sam Ford were fine sce-
retarie. and great first aides. Mrs.
.W. J. Daughtry for being hostess
in the Legion Building. My grati-
tude and appreciation is unlimited.
Madaleine E. Whitaker.


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'FAGS Pou TH OTR POTI.JE PCONY LRD HRDAOTBR1,15


LClSTI AVAILABLE. '$39.95 SAVE $30.00


OTHERS AS ON SALE NOW $ 95
AS ow 499 ArNLY


good motor. See K. C. MashburnIJ
white City. 4otp40-18 point that plenty of shipping busi.
ness was available if the facilities
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom house: Re- can be provided.
cently repainted on inside. Con-,
venient to grammar school and to To Appoint Committee
town. See 0. M. Taylor. tfcl0-18 The Board of Directors of the
A REAL BUY in a two-story apart- Chamber of Commerce unanimously
ment house, at Beacon Hill. passed on a suggestion to appoint
Terms. See Chris Martin at Roches. a committee to serve as an Indus-
FOR SALE: Eight room house. 4th trial Development Promotion Comn-
Street. Excellent condition. Also mittee for Port St. Joe. Each direc-
furnished apartment for rent. See tor is to submit a list of 10 men
J. F. Daniell, 216 9th St. tfltp for the job, and the committee will


SPECIAL SERVICES
ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work
guaranteed. Quick dependable
service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave
TV ANTENNAS installed, clean-
ed and re-wired. Phone BA 7-9921.
Bill Bowen. tfe6-14


be picked from these lists.
K


Week of Prayer Scheduled
By Methodist Women

Week of Prayer and self-denial is
October 24-31. The special quiet
day observance will be held in the
social room of the 'church Wednes-
day night, 'October '24, at 7:30.
This is a time to take time to
give a little spiritual time and re-
ceive a little spiritual insight into
our lives for "Blessed is the man
who has time to give to further
;God's Kingdom on earth".


City Makes Plans To Celebrate

United Nations Day, October 24


-OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING. Many organizations throughout distance for less developed coun-
paired, al 746so. utbso. ard motors r the city are planning on celebrat- tries; its war relief and reconstruc-
ping U. N. Day October 24. Eleven tion for less developed countries;
PIANO TUNING and REPAIR years ago the representatives of its war relief and reconstruction
Special discounts to 18 nations met in San Francisco program in Korea; its children fund
Churches and Civic Groups and agreed to form the United Na- which prevents and cures disease
All Work Guaranteed
CHARLES A. SCURLOCK tions with the primary purpose of among children in areas in need;
Ph. 7-4691 509 10th St. a lasting and durable peace among its declaration of Human rights
nations, which is a declaration and procla-
USfromED PANO$500 -Although the world has been in mation espousing the cause of-hu-
MELODY MUSIC MART a state of turmoil since then anla man liberty in all parts of the
137 Harrison Ave. war has been by no means squelch- world, particularly behind the iron
Panama City, Florida ed, there are many worthwhile en- curtain, are enough to persuade us
PIANO TUNING and REPAIR ed there are many worthwhile n- curtain, are en organization
MELODY MUSIC MART deavors of this great world organi- in giving this worthy organization
137 Harrison Ave. Phone SU 5-4711 nation. It is believed by many great our full support.
Panama City, Florida people that the U.N. has actually The United Nations Committee
prevented the Tird World War. for Port S't. Joe appointed recently
Keys Mode While You Wait prevented the hird world war. by Mayor Sharit consists of Mrs.
For example, Soviet troops were re- by Mayor Sharit consists of Mrs.
35c EACH moved from Iran after a UN reso Ronald Childers, Mrs. W. D. Jones,
BICYCLE PARTS lution called for withdrawal; gper- H. W. Griffin, Wesley R. Ramsey
WESTERN AUTO illa warfare in Greece decreased af- and E. C. Wimberly, chairman.
RIel Parts and Repairs ter the UN observation team be- Programs observing UN Day
"'ADE US that useless article for ganlto Barticipate; fighting between have been arranged forlthe St. Joe
something useful. STOP and India an Pakistan was brought to High School, the Elementary School
WAP. a halt through UN intervention; a George Washington High School,
E. TOM PRIDGEON truce between the Jews and Arabs Highland View Elementary School,
Real Estate & Insurance whne it looked as if the entire Rotary Clutb, Kiwanis Club, Lions
BAlI 7-7741 411 Reid Ave. middle east would soon explode Club and other organizations. The
K-ENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE. into a full scale war, was procured churches will also observe the day
FRIGERATION SERVICE. LI- by UN negotiators. tis well as any other organiza-
ensed electrical contractor. All There are many other instances ti&ois not lsted above.
kinds electric and refrigeration of the effectiveness of the UN in 'The pioclanmation of Governor
.-3. tice and nsallaton.Phon settling disputes all of which are Collins calling for observance of
-3032. tf settling disputes all of which UN Day is elsewhere printed in
vastly important to the security N Da is elsewhere
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav- and peace of the world, but with- this issue
ing money see. us for anything out the efforts of the UN along '
you need in your home. STOP and these lines it has justified its ex- V',nt s Get Result'
SWAP SHOP.
istence in other activities. The
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116, economic and social action of the send The Star to a friend.
THIiI AMERICAN LEGION. Meet.
-ig first and third Monday nights UN has justified its existence. Its --
,00 p m.. American Legion Home expanded program of technical as- advertisingg doesn't cost-it pays
i A. Ni.-ARegular convocation of
-t. Jse;)- Chaoter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
liJen. High Priest; H. R. Malge, .

rHERE WILL BE a regular com-
mun tication of Port St. Joe Lodge
o.11,A o BEACH RESTAURANT
fourth Friday night at 8:00 p.m. BEACH RESTAURANT
All Master Masons cordially invited.
A Ma M IFFLor, inted. Operating Under New Management
F. W. CHANDLER, Sec. BOB and CONNIE HARRIS
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SPECIALIZING IN CHARCOAL COOKED STEAK
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310 BARBECUE CHICKEN and RIBS
Fourth St. meeting night every other DINING ad. DANCING
Monday. DINING and.DANCING
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. O. Music Saturday Night By
0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs THE DICKEY BOYS
iay, 7:30 p.m. In Masonic Hall. All THE DICKEY BOYS
members urged to attend; visiting Open 6:00 P.M. Every Night
brethren invited.
A. P. GILBERT, Secty.
G. F. LAWRENCE, N. G.




The SEAFOOD House

Corner First Street and Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Fla.

OYSTERS, On The Half Shell --- doz. 45c

Fresh Caught Bay SCOLLOPS l-------b. 79c

RED SNAPPER----- ---------lb. 55c:

FRESH SCAMP --- --------- lb. 44c

BUCKET OYSTERS ---- .---- Pint 90c

JUMBO SHRIMP ------- -- Ib. 95c

S1 2Lb. Package BAIT SHRIMP-------65c

FLORIDA LOBSTER Ib. 79c

"WE SPECIALIZE IN ALL KINDS OF SEAFOOD"


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Fair Winners
S Continued from page 1)
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom NOTICE of FICTITIOUS NAME Washington High School exhibit,
attractively furnished apartments NOTICE is hereby given that pur- Group Prize, $5.00.
Cool in summer, warm in winter, suant to Chapter 209'53, Laws of 1 CANNED GOODS
Window fans, gas heat. They have Florida, Acts of 1941, the under- Mrs. William Roomer, Dill Pick-
to be seen to be appreciated, Wim- signed "persons Intend to register les, first; Bread and Butter Pickles,
ico Lodge, White City, Phone 9-4083. with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, second; Pears, second; Pear Relish,
Gulf County, Florida. four weeks second.
FOR RENT: 10 bedroom and lob- after the first publication of thi- Mrs. 0. N. Griffin, Pickles, third;
by, cafeteria and store. All new notice the fictitious name or trade Pear Preserves, third.
inside. See T. H. Stone. ltc name under which they will engage Mrs. F. Oliver, Tomatoes, first.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. in business and in which said buli- Mrs. E. Rish, Peaches, first;
506 First Street. 2tp ness is to be carried on to-wit: W. Pears, first; Soup, first; Tomatoes.
W. BARRIEDR, Sr., and W. W. BAR- second; Chip peaches, second;
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- RIER, Jr., doing business as Bar- Beets, third.
ment. Suitable for couple only. rier Builders, Port St. Joe, Florida Mrs. Tommie Roberts, Blackberry
Phone 7-7646. A4t10-18 jelly, first; Figs, second.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. Ma- Mrs. J. Rish, Pear relish, first;
sonry construction. 513 10th St. InIuaIs, Seeks Barbecue Sauce, first; Pears, first
If interested contact R. E. Bellows, industry Seeks Pears, second'; Peas, second.
Jr. 2tc Mrs. John Griffin, Peach jelly.
first; Beets, first; Figs, first; Spi-
FOR SALE: RCA TV set. 21" table (Continued From Page 1) ced pickles, second; Blueberries,
model, $115.00. Porter-cable edger the Apalachicola River shipping second; Tomatoes, second; Straw-
floor machine. New condition, $50. channel at an early date and listed berries, second; Green tomato rel-
Phone 7-5611. that channel as sufficient reason ish, tired Maddox, Pear pre-
FOR SALE: 51 Pontiac hard-top to make Port St. Joe an outlet to serves, first; Blackberries, first.
Catalina. 2-tone paint, good tires foreign ports. Gilbert pushed the -- -----
goo- A u -f-o Q l.. WU. ML.lae n -. .


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1956


?AGE FOUR


THS GTAR, PORT #T. JOV, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA