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VOLUME XX SIngle Copy Us oORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1956 NUMBER 8
Hospital Blood Bank
Saves Quincy Woman
The 'Port St. Joe Municipal
Hospital walking blood bank, in-
augurated last summer saved the
life of a Gadsden County woman
last week end.
The grandmother of one of the
nurses at the hospital, Mrs. La-
vinia Hicks, was seriously ill in
a Quincy hospital. !She had type
AB blood which occurs in 350 out
of every 5,000 people.
A transfusion was needed and
her type blood could not be found
in Quincy, Tallahassee or Marian-
na hospitals. A check with the
local blood bank system turned
up three people with this rare
blood. The blood was taken to
Quincy and the grandmother is
PORT ST. JOE HIGH SCHOOL BAND leads the Homecoming Parade held last Friday afternoon dowhn
Reid Avenue. (Photo by Artcraft Studio)
SOME OF THE MANY FLOATS entered by Various activities of the St. Joe High School are shown as
they participated in the Homecoming Parade Friday. (photo by Artcraft Studios)
Is Crowned Friday
Delores Chism, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Rush Chism was crowned
as Queen of Homecoming last Fri-
day -night during half-time at the
The rain that fell steadily during
most of the first half of the ball
game stopped for the crowning
ceremonies and began again after
Queen Delores was crowned by
football contain Wilford Elliott.
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QUEEN-OELORES CHISM is crowned for the office of Homecoming
Queen by football captain Wilford Elliott. Crownbearer is Rodney
Bowden. (.Star photo)
Joe Hunters Celebrate their son Jim, the elderly couple
Golden Anniversary have called Wewahitchka -home.
Mr. Hunter is Wewahitchka's
One of the county's best known oldest native-born citizen (age 73).
and most beloved couples, Mr. and He was appointed 'the first Clerk
Mrs. Joe Hunter, celebrated their of the Court of Gulf County when
Golden Wedding Anniversary Fri- the county was created in 1925.
day evening, October 11, at the W
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Bateman. Fifty years ago, on Octo- Miss Sonjia Ann Blount and
ber 11, 1906, the happy couple ex- Miss Barbara Porter, freshmen sti-
changed marirage vows at the First dents at Huntingdon College, spent
Baptist Church in Wewahitchka, the week end with their parents,
the first couple to be married in Mr. and Mrs. John Blount and Mr.
the edifice. and Mrs. Richard Porter. They at-
Bat for a few year', when "I, tended the Homecoming Festivit1ie
;rue%! to MPhfl,;BI t to be cloa to) at. St. Jot i'- h ,-h.ol,
Masons Set For "a
Feed Next Tuesday
Gulf Chapter 191 O.E.S. will be
hostess to the Masons and their
wives Tuesday evening, October
30 at 8 p.m. EST.
A turkey dinner will be served.
Those who wish to attend are
urged to notify J. B. Griffith,
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TROOP 313 on Campor-eei are pictured above, front row, left to right
Clifford Wimberly, Tony Maig eand Robert Settlemire. Back row,
Wayne Childers, Karl Allen, Cecil Lyons and Wayne Stevens.
Local Scout Troop Makes Good
Record At District Camporee
The Flaming Arrow Patrol of, Karl Allen, Troop Advisor; Leo
Troop 313 participated in its first Shealey, Committeeman and Mar-
camporee on October 12 and 13 ion Parker, Scoutmaster.
with 17 other patrols of the Gulf-
Bay District in their Tyndall Field
campsite.am was set upSharks Dow Chip
The program was set up on conm-
petitive basis with a possible 585
points, apportioned between scout
skills of campsite selection, camp
layout, making of camp equipment,
cooking, menu planning, fire build-
ing, trail signs, compass reading,
and first aid'. In compass reading
the Troop 313 scouts were the only
patrol to making 100 per cent, of
which their scoutmaster and advis-
ors were particularly proud since
they competed with troops in which
there were Eagle rated scouts, and
all of the 313 Scouts are tenderfeet.
On first aid the scouts dropped
90 of their 585 possible points be-
cause of the fact that first aid in-
struction comes with First Class
rating and none of the boys have
begun this study. The boys' rating
gave them a "B" or second class red
Big Parade Will Bue N Afhr
And Will Begin At
The annual PTA -carnival will be
held this Saturday at the city park
across from the Motel St. Joe,
The festivities will be kicked off
with a parade at 3:30 p.m. Saturday
Mrs. L. E. Williams
Is Taken by Death
Mrs. Luna E. Williams, age 71,
was taken by death at the Munici-
pal Hospital, Monday at 6:00 p.m.
She is a resident of Highland View.
Funeral services were incomplete
at press time, pending the arrival
of a son from Japan. Interment will
be at Big Creek Cemetery near
Mrs. Williams is survived by two
sons.-Eugene and Kenneth of Par-
ker; five grandchildren; one sister,
Mrs. Nora Duren of Port 'St. Joe
and three brothers; Z. B. Carter,
Moultrie, Ga.,'Z. C. Carter, Jackson-
ville Beach and A. W. Carter of
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe is in charge of arrange-
Boosters Entertain Band
At Box Supper Saturday
The Band Boosters Association
entertained members and friends of
the St. Joe High School Band with
an old fashioned box supper last
Saturday night at the Centennial
Herman Dean, and the Senior
Band furnished music for the sup-
My own business always bores
me to death; I prefer other peo-
ple's. -Oscar Wildo
afternoon. The parade will assem-
ble in front of the AN Railroad de-
pot at 3:00 p.m. The Port St. Joe
High School Band will head up the
parade which will include botn the
Boy Scouts and the Cub Scouts in
uniform. Anyone who wishes to,
,may appear in the parade in cos.
tume. Six .prizes will be awarded
in the costume contest. There will
be three prizes offered for the fun-
niest costume and three prizes for
i.,, ,,"-1i i 1.i[ ,1i-II. coi tuni e. The par-
.i.' i- ui..-r it..: direction of Gan-
non Buzzett. Gordon Hallmark and
The High School band' will play
a short concert on the carnival
grounds immediately after the par-
ade-to start off the carnival activi-
At the carnival booths will be
on hand to offer the public a:
-House of Horrors, Picture Gallery,
Pony Rides, Car Rides, Fish Pond,
Balloons and Darts, Hamburgers,
Coffee and Cold Drinks Hot Dogs,
Peanuts, Shooting Gallery, Snow
,Balls, Cake Walk and Bingo.
The carnival this year is under
the direction of F. Kay Clark. Last
year the PTA started the practicee
of leaving some of the details of
the carnival to the men of the or-
ganization and through.the increas-
ed interest, had the best carnival
that has been promoted by that or-
ganization in many years, both
from the money earned standpoint
and the entertainment view.
All money raio-l hv the festivi-
ties will go t,.. ,. r the good
work of the PTA in the community.
E-ery.i-e is urged to attend the
carnival and sample the wares of-
fered and have a good time in gen-
eral with your neighbors.
It is a family affair' and whole
families are urged to attend.
ey Tigers On Muddy Field For
Win; Meet Bay High 'B' Squad Tonight
The St. Joe Sharks had to fight was turned into a TD by the Tiger
for their lives' to cut down a sec-
ond half drive by a good Chipley
team in order to come out ahead in
an 18-13 win. The Sharks played a
very- spasmotic brand of football
throughout the game, except in the
second quarter, when they burst
loose for five touchdowns. However
two of these touchdowns were call-
ed back for penalties. Both teams
were unable to travel in the first
In the second quarter, the Sharks
completely humbled the dumbfound-
ed Tigers as they went.on their
wildest scoring spree in years. It
seemed the Sharks could do noth
quarterback Peterson who sneaked
it across from the two. The Tigers
played possession ball and com-
pletely stymied the Shark offensive
as well as defense who couldn't
seem to figure out what was going
on. The Tigers scored their final
TD in the last quarter on another
quarterback sneak by Peterson that
was highly controversial as to whe-
ther he crossed the goal lines or
not. However, the officials thought
he did and the game ended with
St. Joe's second victory, 18 to 13.
The Sharks meet Bay High Jun-
ior Varsity tonight in Panama City.
St. Joe Chipley
First Downs 4 14
Yds. rushing 157 163
Yds. passing 25 36
Pass attempt 8 8
Pass completed 2 4
h1ad interce-)pled 0 1
Fumbles 1 2
Penalties 15 0
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LitleRoney .... .... h.ribbon, and they also received a ing wrong, except get offsides. Wil- 4,d
Little Rodney Bowdoin was the ..
rowne bearer, o onyellow participation ribbon'indicat- ford Elliott started it off as he in
'The Queen was escorted to the ing that they had participated in tercepted a Tiger pass early in the
every event. which was a matter of second quarter and pranced 40
mid-field strip by her court where choice for all the patrols. yards for the Sharks first TD. .
the crowning ceremonies took For Friday night the boys carried Wvayne Taylor, who had kicked 10
place. a picnic lunch, set up camp, and straight point-after-touchdowns had
slept in their tents. They began an off night with the toe and wasn't
Health Dept. Officials Saturday morning with flag rais- able to hit the uprights all night
e ing ceremonies in which two scouts long. Minutes later the Tigers were
Attend Convention of Troop 313, Wayne Childers and forced to punt and Elliott took the
.Robert Settlemire were selected to ball on the Shark 40 and was fin-
"On the Job Today for a Heal- raise the flag. They cooked break- all)- drug down on the Tigers 20.
thier Tomorrow" was the theme of fast-bacon, eggs, hot chocolate, a Wayne Taylor took over at this
the 28th annual meeting of the fresh orange,, bread and butter, and point and bulled over for the TD,'
Florida Public Health Association, following breakfast, began their but the Sharks were off sides and
Inc., held in Clearwater, October participation in the scouting events, the TD was called back. Not to be
18, 19 and 20. Lunch consisted of hamburger denied, the rampaging Sharks
More than 600 members attend- steak, baked potatoes, cooked car- drove down to the Tiger one where .
ed. L. L. Parks, M. D., Director, Bu- rots, raisins and milk. This meal the big fullback bulled over for the
reau of Special Health Services, was also prepared by the scouts. TD. After the Sharks kick-off Jack-
Florida State Board of Health, pre- jScouts participating with Flam- ie Mitchell pounced on a Tiger fum-
sided. ing Arrow Patrol of 313 were Cllf- ble on their 28 and from that .point
Among the speakers was H. R. ford Wimberly, Patrol Leader; Rob- Shark quarterback Blair Shuford
Cottrell, M.D., the first of six re- ert ISettlemire, Wayne Childers, heaved a long pass to end Frank
viewers on the subject of "Civilian Wayne Stevens, Tony Maige and Fletcher who stepped into the end
Defense" and "Anticipated Prob- Cecil Lyons, Assistant Patrol Lead- zone for another TD. In the final
lems in Major Disasters". er. Accompanying the boys were seconds of the game the Sharks,
Frank Goodwin, Ph. D., Professor drove down to the Tiger 15 where
of Marketing, University of Florida, lic Health Nurse, F. E. Trammell, Wayne Taylor took a flat pass from
spoke on "Public Relations". Sanitarian and Supervisor of thi Shuford to score. The TD was call-
"Current Status of Tuberculosis", Insect Control Program, and Mrs. ed back for off-sides as the whistle ,!r
was discussed by Robert J. Ander- Pauline W. Sowers, Clerk and Depu- blew ending the half with the ,, ,
son, M. D., Officer in Charge, U. S. ty Re.istrar. Mrs. Sowers was pre- Sharks ahead, 1S-0.FBA O ELIOT stiarms a tackler t
Public Health Service, siding Vice Chairman of the C. A. The Tigers came back into the ALFBA W F D Chipley
Those endingg from Gulflt Cou, a~nd F. etaion of thf Florids Obn third period l1ke f new team and of his Way on onl of hib l1g rung lIt Friday night in the game
IA F. o~''a~r~1t ftti~ 1of the F&i:'iir'ri. Ithird-perid'll 13 hto nwte na ei-at'! amn QIJslFN
carnival Set r da
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Highland View PTA Will 1
Have Ham Supper Friday
The Highland View PTA will
have a harm supper Friday night,
October 26. The supper will be ser-
ved from 5 to 8 p.m. The cost will
be $1.00 for adults and 50c for chil-
The supper will be held at the
Highland View Elementary School.
Box Office Opens 7:00 P.M.
Show ZStarts 7:30 P.M.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
r.AING JOHN AGAR
MAMIE Van DOREN (,
RICHARD BOONE ..
mau.,,c, LEIFERICKSON-COLEEN GRAY @
a JAMES GLEASON *A UNfiEWSA-MiTEIA AL PITURE
CINEMaSCOFE C.i,-r by De Luxe
Released thru United uAiAsS
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
HE FIRST GREAT ROCK ROLL
SFIIs/ .M ;ob.
In one of the most beautiful of
Autumn weddings, on October 7,
Miss Boncile McCormick was mar-
ried to Charles Asa Earnest in the
First Methodist Church of Port St.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Barney L. McCormick, and
Mr. Earnest is the son of Asa
Barnes Earnest of Jasper, Ala.
Wearing an exquisite gown of
Chantilly lace over tissue taffeta,
the .bride entered on the arm of
her .father, Barney L.- McCormick,
by whom she was given in mar
riage. Her gown featured a jewel
neckline and molded bodice and
was softened by a crushed sash ot
taffeta that formed a back panel,
extending the full length of the
bouffant skirt. The bride's beauty
was framed by a finger tip veil of
illusion which flowed gracefully
from a small crown of Swiss lace
embroidered in seed pearls. She
carried a yellow throated white or
chid on a white Bible.
Tall yellow tapers banked with
fall, bronzed leaves furnished light
from the windows of the church for
the 5:00 o'clock ceremony. Massel1
fall foliage, with delicate cascades
of greenery was elevated in front
of four, seven-branched candel-
abrum holding flickering yellow ta-
pers. Two arrangements of large
yellow chrysanthemums and gladio-
li in brass vases were placed within
the chancel. he Altar was embellish-
ed with lighted waxen candles in
two, seven-branched brass holders.
The marirage vows were exchanged
before Rev. Fred L. Davis. Mrs.
Mark Tomlinson, organist, render-
ed a medley of prenuptial music,
and used traditional wedding mar-
ches from Mendelssohn and Wagner
as processional and recessional.
Mrs. James Tankersley, soloist,
sang "With This Ring" by (Sacco).
"0O, Promise Me" by (De Koven)
was sung by Earl Tom Pridgeon, Jr.
"The Lord's Prayer" by (Mallote)
was sung and the beautiful cere-
mony was terminated. Mrs. Earl
Tom Pridgeon and Miss Patsy Wil-
der, honor attendants, wore waltz
length dresses of peacock blue,
polished silk taffeta with the neck-
line falling gto a deep V in the back.
The flared skirts were inserted
with V-shaped panels of the same
material. They wore matching ban-
deaus of velvet ribbon ,and their
satin slippers were also peacock
blue. The bridesmaid, Mr. H. Guy
Able of Jasper, Alabama, sister of
the groom, was dressed in an iden-
tical style to that of the honor at-
tendants: Her boukuet was compos-
ed of half-blown sunlight yellow ro-
'ses, with streamers of velvet match-
ing her head band.
Mr. Earnest chose his father, Asa
Barnes Earnest, of Jasper, Alabama
for his best man and his usher
groomsmen were H. Guy Able of
Jasper, and Earl McCormick of Port
The mother of the bride chose
for her daughter's wedding a sheath
dress of toast lace over pale rose
satin. She wore matching accessor-
ies and her corsage was of yellow
rose buds. Mrs. Earnest, mother of
the groom, wore a street length
dress of dark grey with black ac-
cessories. Her corsage was compos-
ed of red rose buds.
,Immediately following the cere-
mony, a' reception was held in the
social hall of the church, was was
beautifully decorated with- magno-
lia leaves, fern and fall foliage.
Baskets of large yellow chrysanthe.
were placed at vantage points
The bride's table was covered by
a handsome lace cloth over pale
yellow. The wedding cake, embos.
sed with lilies of the valley, center-
ed the table. It was topped with
the traditional bride and groom
with a heart-shaped background of
tulle and net. Silver candelabrum
with yellow tapers were on either
side of the table. The punch table
was similarly decorated with a lace
cloth over pale yellow and had crys-
tal appointments. Sevrine were
Mrs. Waring Murdock, Miss Fran-
ces Hall and Mss Margaret Denny.
The bride's book was kept by Misa
Barbara Ann Pippin, cousin of the
bride from Panama City. Miss Nan-
cy Pridgeon rendered nuptial music
during the reception.
Mrs. Earnest chose for her travel-
ing costume a fitted suit of light
blue wool with dark grey accessor-
ies. The couple left immediately
after the reception on a wedding .., 0-
trip to New Orleans, and then to .
points of interest in Mississippi and
Alabama. ERMA FRAN GUNN, daughter of !Mr. a
The bride is a graduate of Port Joe Beach celebrated her ninth birth
St. Joe High School and has been tended by her family and a few close
employed since her graduation in her 18. :She is shown above with her b
' 1955 At Ward Clinic. The groom at- nine candles.
tended the University of Alabama
and is currently employed at the t WMilv
L.P.G. Finance Company in Panama First Baptist WMS Has day
City, where the couple will reside. Royal Ser Program at
Out of town guests were Mr. and ROyal S vice Progra at t
Mrs. Grady Tyson, Mrs. Calvin bean
Thomas and Caren Thomas, Mr. Circle 1 of the Woman's Mission- from
and Mrs. Jimmy Hutchison anw ary Society of the First Baptist city
Stacia Hutchison of Panama City Church rendered their Royal Ser- It
and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Rowe and vice program for October, Monday sery
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Evans of Mar- afternoon at 3 p.m. at the church. lors
ianna. Sowing Beside All Waters" was o'clo
Prior to her wedding, Mrs. Ear- the interesting and inspiring topic Whit
nest was honored at a tea shower given by Mrs. E. C. Cason, program west
at the home of Mrs. Perce Fleishel. chairman. Mrs. Cason displayed a will
Hostesses for the occasion were beautiful poster carrying out the p.m.
Mrs. Tommy Pridgeon, Miss Pat theme which was painted by Miss
Wilder, Mrs. Will Ramsey and Mrs. Ann Montgomery, talented young
Perce Fleishel. artist. M:
Mr. and Mrs. Barney L. McCor- The watchword for the year, Hab. lean
mick entertained with a buffet din- 2:14 repeated in unison, followed Mrs.
ner following the wedding rehear- with, a prayer by the Rev. C. Byron Viev
sal at their home on Ninth Street Smith, pastor. Rev. Smith present- Gulf
Mrs. Marion Craig assisted with ed the devotional taken from Hab. first
the serving. Those attending were 2:14 and 2:20. vers
members of the wedding party, Mr. Taking part on the program was Fres
and Mrs. A. B. Earnest, parents of Mrs. T. 0. Poitevint, Mrs. W. I. as v
,the groom, Rev. and Mrs. Fred Da- Carden, Mrs. Otis Pyle, Mrs. W. 0. socii
vis, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Craig and Nichols and Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Ramsey. During the business session, a .
nd Mrs. Frank Gunn of St.
lay with a dinner party at-
friends on Thursday, Octo-
birthday cake containing the
(photo by Artcraft Studio)
er Tea was planned for Mon-
afternoon, October 29 at 3 p.m.
he church. Toys for the Sun-
n nursery will be purchased
n the proceeds. All ladies of the
are invited to attend.
was announced that the nur-
will be opened for the Counse-
Circle meeting from 9-11
ck. A day of instruction at
te City church for the North-
t Coast Mission Study Institute
be held on October 30 at 3:00
iss Sylvia Jordan of New Or-
s, granddaughter of Mr. and
W. H. Weeks of Highland
r who has many friends in
County has just nabbed her
hono rait Louisiana State Uni-
ity where she is enrolled as a
,hman where she was chosen
eep of the Alpha Z Delta honor
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
Highland View Men's
Club Formed Tuesday
Thirty-six interested men turned
out at the Highland View Elemen-
tary School Tuesday night to selp
in the organization of a men's civic
club. T. 0. Richards acted as tem-
porary chairman during the organi-
Officers of the newly formed
"Highland View Men's Club" are:
President, .Silas Player; Vice Presi-
dent, J. C. McArdle, and Secretary-
Treasurer, Grover Clark.
Purpose of the club, according to
our understanding, is the general
betterment of Gulf County and es-
pecially Highland View. There were
36 charter members signed up. The
next meeting will be held. on Mon-
day night, November 5, at 7:00 p.m.
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An announcement of decisive importance
,to anyone about to buy a new automobile
The most exhaustive endurance test
ever given an automobile has just
been completed by two stock '57
Fords-identical in every respect
with cars now being offered by Ford
Under the supervision of the United
States Auto Club and .the Federa-
tion Internationale de Automobile,
each of these two '57 Fords traveled
9.000 miles in less than 20 days.
Ford No. 1 averaged 108.16 mph for
the entire run ... Ford No. 2, over
107 mph. These averages include
time 'r all p_ stops.
In all, the '57 Ford smashed 458
national and international records.
This test was run on the Bonneville
Salt Flats in Utah .. it was the
longest left turn in history.
A car, like a man, is known by its deeds,
That is why, we at Ford, despite our con-
fidence in our '57 cars, let their deeds of
accomplishment speak for themselves.
Therefore, we engaged an independent
engineering organization to test our '57
cars more thoroughly than any other
cars have ever been tested before in
this country or abroad.
We provided them with '57 Fords-cars
identical with those now offered by Ford
Dealers. The rest we left up to them.
Here is what they did:
They took these cars to the Salt Flats at
Here, twelve of the world's greatest
drivers took over.
In relays they drove these cars night and
day for a distance greater than twice
around the world ... a distance equal
to 5 years of normal driving.
Not in all history has a man-built ma-
chine traveled so far in so short a time-
by land or sea!
But this was not a test of speed-but of
endurance of the "Inner Ford." A trial
to take the measure of Thunderbird Y-
block V-8 power without qualification
of any kind. A test of running gear-of
brakes, of materials in body and chassis.-
Of steering and roadability, yes, and
A test, indeed, such as no other cars have
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Surely they have told you, in decisive
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Your Ford Dealer will gladly place at
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TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
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ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
Phone 7-8737 Port St. Joe, Florida
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Photo by Artcraft Studio
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Howard
Lyle of 512 4th Street announce the
birth of a son, Mark Stewart on
October 19. (pictured above)
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Douglas of
Highland View announce the birth
of a daughter, Faye Lynn on Oc-
tober 21. The baby was born pre-
mature and is still in the incuba-
tor prohibiting the making of her
(All births occurred at the Mu-
Mrs. E. C. Harden, Jr., F. E.
Trammejl and Mrs. John C. Sowers
were guests of the Fort Harrison
Hotel, Clearwater, during the Flor-
ida Public Health Association con-
Open Weekdays at 2:45 p.m.
Never before in history has anything
built by man traveled so far in so short a time
-by land or seal I
a ~ ~ ,A'.a5~V~ ~.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1956
THS GTAR, PORT 9T. JOW, GULF COUNTY, FLI
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BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ---. 6:15 p.m.
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Circles Have Meet
"Sowing Beside All Waters" -was
the program theme discussed in; the
October circle meetings of the
Long Avenue Baptist Woman's Mis-
Circle One met Tuesday after-
noon in the home of Mrs. Joe Alli-
good, with six members and one
new member, Mrs. Buford. Nichols,
present. Mrs. Harry McKnight, cir-
cle chairman, opened the meeting
with prayer and reading of the
watchword "for the earth shall be
filled with the knowledge of the
glory of the Lord, as the waters
cover the sea." Babakkuk 2:14.
Mrs. Bill Porter, program chair-
man, gave the devotional from the
book of Habakkuk. This brief 'book
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JOHN ROBERT SMITH
shall, Mrs. L. E. Voss and Mrs. Mc-
Leod. The meeting was adjourned
holds for Woman's missionary Un-
ion a challenge in faith and mis-
sionary adventure for this year.
In a short business session circle
officers were elected for the year.
The meeting was closed with a
chain of prayers. Refreshments
were served and a social hour en-
'Circle Two met Tuesday after-
noon in the home of Mrs. James
T. McNeill. The meeting was begun
by prayer by Mrs. McNeill. Mrs.
J. C. Odum presented the program
with M.rs. Durel Brigman, Mrs. Joe
Ferrell, Mrs. Frank Barnes and Mrs.
McNeill taking part.
Officers were elected for the com-
ing year, and meeting- time was set
at 3:00 p.m. the third Tuesday of
each month. The November meet-
ing will be in the home of Mrs.
Frank Barnes. Prayer by Mrs. Fer-
rell dismissed the group. A tempt-
ing salad plate was served by the
hostess during the social hour.
Circle Three met Tuesday eve-
ning at the home of Mrs. N. G. Mar-
tin. After presentation of the watch-
word, Miss Martha Willson led in
prayer. The program was given by
Miss Martha Wilson, program chair-
man, Mrs. J. C. Traweek, Mrs. Gra-
dy Player and Mrs. Marion Mussel-
white. The program was closed
with prayer for the revival now in
progress at the Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church. Mission study books
were distributed and yearbooks
presented. Six members and two
new members enjoyed refreshments
served by the hostess.
Circle Four met Tuesday eve-
ning at 8:00 p.m. with Miss Alma
Baggett. The circle chairman, Mrs.
Joe Wilkie, led in repeating the
watchword, followed by a series of
prayers for the revivaj.-
The program was directed by
Mrs. T. D. Hutchins, who called at-
tention to the aims for advance-
ment for NWoman's Missionary So-
ciety. Taking part in discussion of
the thqme were Mrs. Doyle Rether-
ford, Mrs. A. P. Jackson and Mrs.
Circle officers were elected for
the new church year which began
During the social period, the host-
ess, assisted by Mrs. J. 0. Baggett,
served coffee and cake to the fol-
lowing: Mrs. Wayne Hendrix, Mrs.
Mervin Hague, Mrs. T. D. Hutchins,
Mrs. A. P. Jackson, Mrs. Fred Per-
ry, Mrs. Doyle Retherford, Mrs. W.
D. Sykes, Mrs. Joe Wilkie and; Mrs.
Circle Five. Mrs. P. B. Fairley
was hostess to seven members of
circle five, Tuesday evening. The
meeting was opened with prayer by
Mrs. Joe McLeod. The program un-
der the leadership of Mrs. R. E.
Phillips was carried out in three
different parts by Mrs. R. H. Mar-
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which refreshments were served
by the hostess.
Mrs. Rawls Hostess To
Methodist Circle No. 2
Circle No. 2 of the Methodist
WSC.S met with Mrs. B. E. Rawls
Monday evening. The chairman,
Mrs. iChris Martin, opened the
meteing by reading from Corin-
thians, verses 4:20-27. All the mem-
bers joined in singing, "Old Time
Religion". Mrs. Joe Grimsley gave
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Mrs. Gardner Underhill present-
ed the program at the joint meeting
of St. Ann's and :St. Mary's Guild
of St. James' Episcopal Church,
Monday night. Her topic was The
The meeting, first of the season
for both Guilds meeting together,
was held at the home of Mrs. Vic-
tor Anderson. The meeting opened
with the auxiliary prayer followed
with the Lord's Prayer. Discussion
of various projects was brought be-
fore the group. The Bazaar was dis-
cussed and the next meeting will
be held at the parish house with,
decorating the booths to take the
place of the meeting.
Refreshments were served, to the
following members: Mrs. Tom Col-
dewey, Mrs. Robert Bellows, ;Sr.,
Mrs. Charles all, Mrs. Gardner Un-
derhill, Mrs. Will Ramsey, Mrs. Ba-
sil Kenney, Jr., Mrs. Bert Munn
and Miss Phyllis Kieth.
CARD OF THANKS
I would like to take this way of
expressing my gratitude and appre-
ciation to Dr. ayne Hendrix, Mrs.
Dorothy Thomas, Mrs. Cheech, the
aides and all of the hospital staff
and employees for the wonderful
care and attention I received while
in the hospital.
Thanks a million for everything.
Mrs. Elsie Parker
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High School Students-
Pick Annual Who's Who
The students of Port St. Joe
High School have elected the fol-
lowing seniors in the Who's Who
Book: Mr. and Miss St. Joe High,
Wilford Elliott and Maine Walker.
Prettiest and most handsome, De-
lores Chism and W. L. Dawson. Mist
likely to succeed, Barbara Mitchell
and W. L. Dawson. Most popular,
Barbara Mitchell and Wilford El-
liott. Best dressed, Emogene Wood
and W. L. Dawson. Friendliest, Bar-
bara Mitchell and Lewis Ray. Most
dependable, Barbara Mitchell and
Jerry Buchert. Best all around, Bar-
bara Mitchell and Wilford Elliott.
Cutest, Maxine Walker and W. L.
Dawson. Wittiest, Voncile Also-
brook and Jerry Buchert. Most ath-
letic, Barbara Mitchell and Wilford
Elliott. Most talented, Barbara Mit-
chell and Bruce Parker.
First Baptist WMS Will
Have Annual Silver Tea
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the First Baptist Church will
hold a Silver Tea Monday, October
29 at 3 p.m. at the church. Everyone
is invited to attend.
Mrs. Charles Gill will be hostess
and will be assisted, by members of
the social committee of the Society.
Proceeds of the affair will go to
purchase toys for the Sunbeam
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is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely asserts;
the printed word thorohly cnovincees The spoken word
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night, October 29.
All members are urged to be pres-
Mrs. Ruth McCormick was host-
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tober 22, in her home on Wood- Assigned To Indiana
Mrs. Florazelle Connell led a WAC CENTER, Fort McClellan,
devotional and the regular business Ala., Pvt Mary P. Harris, da.ughtre
followed. Christmas cards, hose of Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, St.
and novelties are being sold. Joe Lumber and Export Company,
After a lovely social hour, Mrs. has been assigned to The Adjutant
W. C. Forehand was given the host- General School, Fort Benjamin Har-
ess prize. There were 12 members rison, Ind., following graduation
present. The next meeting will be from eight weeks of basic training
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A Ginny Bride Doll will be given night after all drawings are turn- 7, 19,56 at Montgomery, Ala., Pri- M P, TOM I SON
away on November 14 at the Bazaar ed in to the Judges. vate Harris is a graduate of Port
given by the oman's Auxiliary of See the Prize Doll at Costin's De- St. Joe High School and attendedTOR ROR
St. James' Episcopal Church. apartment Store. Florida State University for one REALTOR it ROR
year where she majored in general r .
Children 12 or under are urged Ronnie Chism, son of Mr. and education. -She was also a member -403 Munument Ave. Foro St. Joe, Fla.
to get a contest blank and register Mrs. Rush Chism, spent the week of the National -Ionor Society .
at Costin's Department Store where end here with his parents. He is Band.- -
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1956
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PORT ST. JOE., FLORIDA
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By HELEN NORRIS
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lightfoot
and children spent a few days in
Dothan, Alabama visiting with
friends and relatives.
Edgar Deese, L. C. Deese and
Carl Deese returned home Saturday
after spending a few days in Hous-
ton, Texas visiting with friends and
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Deese and
children and L. C. Deeso left Sun-
,day morning for Texas.
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Port St. Joe, Florida
,Bill Bennett of Tallahassee was
the week end guest of Mrs. Conger
and his wife La Vern.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivey and children
and Miss Sharon Wilson spent the
week end in Donaldsonville, Ga.,
-.t-1Ltrc with friends and relatives.
Mrs. Eldridge Adams and daugh-
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Lynn Haven visiting with Mrs. Ad-
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Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ray of Altha.
were the Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Ray.
Vonnie Grant of Lynn Haven was,
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge
Adams for several days last week.
I WAS W
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Llitornia icaII ;and eckcrric~j INI,. Mv ha nd, lit' r get
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_____________ _____________________________r I- 1-.--------i'.r
new men, was Emory's Alpha Tau
'Omega chapjet. Sigma Chi and
Kappa Alpha ran close behind, Cus-
A few minutes once a week, or as
needed, with a good dust gun and a
good dust will save a garden that
may be destroyed by insects and
The marriage of Miss Patricia
%Ann Hall and E. R. Nix, Jr., was
soremnized Oct. 7 at 3 p.m. in the
Cove Baptist Church of Panama
City, with the Rev. Gordon Carpen-
ter performing the double-ring
ceremony. The bride is the daughter
of Mrs. Arthur Clifford Hall and
the late Mr. Hall. The bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R,
Nix. Miss June Richards was solo-
ist and Bill Holliman, organist.
Both sang a duet.
The bride, given in marriage by
Harold Volkertzen of Orlando, was
gowned in full length nylon lace
and net over taffeta. The lace bas-
que was fashioned with a scalloped
portrait neckline filled in with net
and illusion over the shoulders and
forming a tiny collar. The bouffant
taffeta skirt featured tiers of ny-
lon tulle and inserts of lace. Her
finger-tip veil of illusion was fas-
tened to a bandeau of taffeta and
-lace studded with seed pearls, and
she carried a small' white Bilbe
and a cascade bouquet of tuberoses
and stephanotis centered with a
Miss Catherine Nix, sister of the
bridegroom, served as maid of hon-
or. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Marion
Parker and Miss Gail Bateman, cou-
sin of the bride, both of Port St.
Joe. All wore waltz-length dubonnet
iridescent taffeta on princess lines
with rounded yokes an dstandup
collars; the full-gored skirts featur-
ed petal inserts around the hemline.
Their halos of dubonnet taffeta
and short rounded veils of pink
tulle. The honor attendant carried
pink rosebuds and the bridesmaids
The bride's sister, Beverly Hall,
was junior bridesmaid, wearing
floor-length pink iridescent taffeta
and carrying pink carnations. Mar-
cie Hall, another sister, and Nancy
Griffin, a cousin, were flower girls
in similar pink gowns. Short found-
ed pink tulle veils were attached
to their halos of pink taffeta.
VPaul Nix from Atlanta attended
his brother as best man. Ushers
were Norman Griffin, cousin of the
bride; John Beach and Prentiss
Wilson all of Panama City, and
Marion Parker of Port St. Joe. Den-
nis Hall, brother of the bride, was
A reception followed in the
church parlor, given by the bride's
mother. Among those assisting were
Miss Wynelle Bateman of Bristol,
Mrs. Norman Griffin and Pain Grif-
fin, cousins of the bride.
After a wedding trip to Gatlin-
burg, Tenn., and other point' s of
interest, Mr. and Mrs. Nix will re-
side at 605 Second Street, Panama
'The bride was graduated with
honors in 1954 from the Port St.
Joe High School, where she was
editor of the school year book and
a member of the National Honor
Society. Noted throughout this area
for her art talent, she is employed
by a chemical company.
The bridegroom, who received his
early education in Bainbridge, Ga.,
schools, is a graduate of Florida
State University with a BS degree
in business administration. He ser-
ved as secretary of Alpha Kappa
Psi, business fraternity, while in,
college and is presently employed
in the accounting department ot a
Panama City paper company.
Out-of-town guests for the Nwed-
ding included: Mrs. Harold Vol-
kertzen, the Misses Denise and Lo-
ran Brough and Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Saing, all of Orlando; Mrs.
Jane Carlton, Port Orange; Mrs.
Paul Nix of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Nix and son, Tallahassee;
Mrs. Taska Pettis, Plymouth; Mrs.
Fritz Bateman and daughters, Wy-
nelle and Wynette of Bristol: Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Simpson, Mrs. A. V.
Bateman, Harold Hinote, Mrs. Joe
Ed Bracewell and daughter Sandra
and Travis Jones, all of Port St.
JOHN R. SMITH, JR.,
PLEDGED TO FRATERNITY
Atlanta, Ga., John R. Smith, Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smith,
Garrison Ave., has pledged Alpha
Tau Omegia fraternity at Emory
University.- The Port St. Joe stu-
dent was among 318 students pledg-
ing Emory fraternities at the close
of "rush" activities.
The 14 nationals set an all- "me
pledge record this fall, said Inter-
fraternity Council President Lar:y
Custer. Leading fraternity, with 48
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was sick. Thanks to you all.
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ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butts and day afternoon with her mother, Bill Humphrey, Mrs. John Strick- watwhcord and allegiance and sang
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*L-- nJ i returned to Perkinson College in We are sorry to report that M.rs. Miss Evelyn Rhames and Miss Bet- steps. There were six members
HigIUInU VieW Mississippi. Arville Douglas is a patient in the ty Martin. Sending gifts were, Mrs. present, Sandra Adams closed the
By HELEN RICHARDS Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forehand at- hospital. Her friends wish her a T. C. Earnest, Mrs. Mallie Johnson, meeting with prayer.
Phone BAIl 7-2627 tended the funeral of Mrs. J. R. speedy recovery. Mrs. George Ramsey and Mrs. Bud The Intermediate G.A.'s of the
____ Reynolds, in Panama City Sunday. STORK SHOWER Williamson. Highland View Church met Monday
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Messer and Rev. Douglas Newsome spent A stork shower was given in hon- CHURCH NEWS night, October 2.2, in the home of
Mr. Clark of Panama City visited Thursday and Friday in Marianna. or of Mrs. Carl Rhames at the home The Intermediate G. A.'s of the their counsellor, Mrs. E. R. Du-
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peters over the Clinton Cox and sons Jimmy and of ,Mrs. Edgar Strange, Thursday, Highlaand View Baptist Church met Bose, Linda Thomas opened the
week end. Gene spent Sunday in Sopchoppy. October the 18th. Those attending Tuesday night, October 16 at 7:00 meeting with prayer. The watch-
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McQuaig and Mr. and Mrs. Hozie Barfield and were Mrs. Sid Jones, Mrs. A. B. p.m. at the church. The meeting word and allegiance was said by
son, James Lester, Mrs. J. C. Me- sons visited in Altha, Sunday, with Rhames, Mrs. Billy Branch, Mrs. was called to order by the preoi- the group. Mrs. DuBose taught the
Ardle and Rev. Suggs attended the Mrs. Barfield's parents, Mr. and Davis Tullis, Mrs. D. J. Rhames, dent, Gail Roberts, who gave the mission book, "Tarnished Helmet".
fiftieth birthday of Mrs. J. R. Wil- Mrs. W. J. Barfield. Mrs. C. A. Phelps, Mrs. H. A. Butts, devotion, using for the scripture, Sandra Adams assisted. Mrs. Du-
son, Thursday In Wewahitchka. Mr. and Mrs. Hozie Barfield and Mrs. James Grissett, Mrs. J. V. Can- Psalms 100. Prayer was by Fayette Bose with the book. The meeting
Miss Melba Butts visited her par- sons visited in Panama City Mon- jnington, Mrs. Junior Glass, Mrs. McCormick. The girls repeated the Iwas closed with prayer. Ten mem-
bers were present.
KENNETH ANDERSON ON
LEAVE AT HOME HERE
Kenneth Anderson, s01on of Mr.
and Mrs. H. B. Whi'ehurst, is home
on leave from duty in the Hawaiian
Islands. Accompanying him are
Marines Bill Ledet and Charles
Smith of Baton Rouge, La., who
were with him in boot-camp when
they all enlisted in 1954. When his
leave is over, Anderson will report
for duty with the Marine Corps in
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I STORE HOURS: ARMIX
J Mon., Tues., Thurs 7:00-7:00 ,.
0 jWed. 7:00-12:30 (a,
0 Fri. and Sat. 7:00-8:00 lE
SWIFTS WITH BEANS
3 cans 99c
SAVES AT PIGGLY WIGGL
Y EVERYBODY SAVES AT PlGC' W" GLYY
&- .7 \
) WORTH OF PRIZES!
5 Geneva Deluxe Watches, by Windsor,
'. -_- Value $71.50 each
S/ 5 Rollfast Bicycles, Value $45.00 each
1 Power Mower, Value $101.00
1 Portable Washing Machine
1 Set Club Aluminum
1 18 Cup Drip Coffee Maker
SWIFT'S CORNED BEEF
DOMINO or WHITE GOLD
SUW GARDLimit 19
SWIFT'S CORNED SLAB
Y TO EAT- 4 to 6 POUND
WINNERS of BA
F. M. Rowan
Mrs. Pete Ivey
Mrs. Ruth Graham
S. D. Johnson
Mrs. Emory Robertson
James W. Money
W. B. Ferrell
W. S. Siples
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SWIFT'S PREMIUM GRADE "A" GEORGIA
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24 Lb. Avg.
SWIFT'S PREMIUM SLICED
S EES ELB
FLOUNDER or HEADLESS FRESH
TROUT LB. S rSIMP ".
SAVES AT PIGGLY
2 Lbs. 53c
Lb. can 29c
24 oz. 39c
WIGGLY m8~~ 1~~~~98
EVERyfjooyd, $AV!:, j r ;bc~ll
EVERYBODY SAVES "AT PiGGcTLY WIGGOY
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1956
THE ITAR. PORT ST. JOE, GULP COUNTY, FLORIDA
When you give us your prescrip-
tion to fill... it is given a number,
safely and permanently filed as an
important confidential record in
your name,- entrusted to us for
Thus, when you call on us to refill.
this prescription we stand pre-
pared to do so, quickly and accuw
Buzzett's Drug Store
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.Starting 28 October 1966 the Jim
Woodruff Lock will be out of ser-
vice and will remain inoperative un-
til further notice on account of re-
pairs being made to the lock gates. *
CARD OF THANKS sincere interest at this time was
We wish to thank the many resti- truly a source of comfort for us all.
dents of Gulf County who expressed THE FAMMrY OF
their condolences and showed acts iSOPHIA A. PATRICK
of kindness during the death of our
loved one, Sophia A. Patrick. Your it pays to advertse-wty It
SMITH'S RADIO & TV SERVICE
Quick and Dependable Service
CAR RADIOS REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT
PICTURE TUBES REJUVENATED
Let Us Put Your TV Set In Good Shape
before winter arrives
WONDER BAR and RESTAURANT
CHOICE STEAKS FRESH SEAFOODS
FRIED CHICKEN MIXED DRINKS
-- FRIDAY SPECIAL --
Red Snapper or Flounder
Served with french fries, salad and hush puppies
See You After The Ball Game
Sat. Night Hallowe'en Masquerade Party
De Lxe Champion Tires.
CHECK YOUR SIZE .CHECK YOUR SAVINGS
TUBED TUBELESS _,,
BLACK SIDEWALLS BLACK SIDEWALLS
SIZE 1st Tire 2nd Tire .oth Tires* SIZE 1st Tire 2nd Tire Both Tires*
6.40-15 25.40 12.70 38.10 6.40-15 28.40 14.20 42.60
6.70-15 26.65 13.33 39.98 6.70-15 30.10 15.05 45.15
7.10-15 29.55 14.78 44.33 7.10-15 33.00 16.50 49.50
7.60-15 32.30 16.15 48.45 7.60-15 36.15 18.08 54.23
8.00-15 35.50 17.75 53.25 8.00-15 40.25 20.13 60.38
8.20-15 37.00 18.50 55.50 8.20-15 41.70 20.85 62.55
WHITE SIDEWALLS WHITE SIDEWALLS
SIZE Ist Tire 2nd Tire 3lot Tires* SIZE Ist Tire 2nd Tire Both Tires*
6.40-15 31.10 15.55 46.65 6.40-15 34.80 17.40 52.20
6.70-15 32.65 16.33 48.98 6.70-15 36.85 18.43 55.28
7.10-15 36.20 18.10 54.30 7.10-15 40.45 20.23 60.68
7.60-15 ) 39.55 19.78 59.33 7.60-15 44.30. 22.15 66.45
8.00-15 43.50 21.75 65.25 8.00-15 49.30 24.65 73.95
8.20-15 45.35 22.68 68.03 8.20-15 51.10 25.55 76.65
*Plus tax and two recappable fires
FIRESTONE OME & AUTO SUPPLY STORE
B. W. EELLS, Owner
Mrs. Macomber Hostess
To Willing Workers Circle
The Willing Worker's Circle of
the Highland View Baptist Church
met Monday in the home of Mrs
Ralph acomber. Scripture was tak-
en from 1st Cor. 3:9, Habakkuk
FOR RENT: Two and three room
apartments. $60.00 and $65.00
per month. Utilities included. Da-
vid's Motel. 10-25,2tc
FOR RENT: Front bed room in pri-
vate home. Dial 7-5561.
FOR SALE: 12 foot boat and trail-
er. Both for $75.00. See Ted Frary
1001 Garrison Ave.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment.
Completely furnished. Four miles
South of Port St. Joe on Apalachi-
cola highway. Phone 7-5095. tfcl0-25
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished apartments
Cool in summer, warm in winter.
Window fans, gas heat. They have
to be seen to be appreciated, Wim-
ico Lodge, White City, Pone 9-.4083.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
506 First Street. 2tp
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. Ma-
sonry construction. 513 10th St.
If interested contact R. E. Bellows,
FOR SALE: 51 Pontiac hard-top
Catalina.. 2-tone paint, good tires
good motor. See K. C. Mashburn,
white City. 4tp-10-18
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom house. Re-
cently repainted on inside. Con-
venient to .grammar school and to
town. See 0. M. Taylor. tfcl0-18
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. tfc6-14
-OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors re-
PIANO TUNING and REPAIR
Special discounts to
Churches, and Civic Groups
All Work Guaranteed
CHARLES A. SCURLOCK
Ph. 7-4691 509 10th St.
Keys Mode While You Wan
R.el Parts and Repairs
'9ADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAll 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li-
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service and Installation. Phone
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in savy-
Ing money see us for anything
vuu need in your home. STOP and
vILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ag first and third Monday nights
300 p.m., American Legion Home
1 A. M.-Regular convocation of
SL. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit.
.lien, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
(HERE 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.
LOYAL ORDER QF MOOSE
Meetings at M0 1 all, 310
Fourth St.. meeting nlg r other
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs.
Says, 7:30 p. m. In Masonic Hall. Al
members urged to attend; visiting
! A. P. GILBERT, Secty.
0 N, y. GAWWOB, N. &* I
2:14. Prayer was by Mrs. Clayton
Coker. The program, ."What Are
You Doing Here" was presented by
Mrs.. Lee Watts. Officers for the
new year were elected.,
The next meeting will be with
Mrs. Nora Lee Roney. The group
was dismissed by Mrs. Lee Watts.
Refreshments of punch, cake and
cookies was served by the hostess.
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Highland View Men's Club
Is Formed Tuesday Nite
The Highland View Men's Club
was organized Tuesday night at
7:30 at the Elementary School.
Officers elected at this meeting
were as follows: Chairman, Silas
Player; Vice-Chairman, J. C. Mc-
Ardle; Recording, Financial Secre-
tary, Grover Clark. T. 0. Richards
acted as temporary chairman, un-
til the regular officers were instal-
NOTICE of FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE is hereby given that pur-
suant to Chapter 20953, Laws of
Florida, Acts of 1941, the under-
signed persons Intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks
after the first publication of this
notice the fictitious name or trade
name under which they will engage
In business and in which said busi-
ness is to be carried on to-wit: W.
W. BARRIER, Sr., and W. W. BAR-
RIEIR, Jr., doing business as Bar-
rier Builders, Port St. Joe, Florida
CATFISH or CHICKEN
Wed. & Thurs.
Oct. 31 Nov. 1
COME IN AND SEE US
DON'T TRADE UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN THE
19 7 Pontiac
This great new car will be shown at
WIMBERLY PONTIAC CO.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9
SEE THE AUTOMOBILE THAT IS ALL NEW
FROM BUMPER TO BUMPER
Greater power and more luxurious styling than you
have ever dreamed of
Come in and see us We will offer you the best deal
in town And above all
We Appreciate Your Business
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SERVED FAMILY STYLE
Children 75c Adults $1.25
FRIDAY NIGHT 6:30 to 9:00 P.M.
Glyn's Rest arant
BUS STATION BUILDING
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