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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: November 29, 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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VOLUME XX Single OW Se -JORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1956 NUMBER 13
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Schedule Listed

For Sharks Cage

'56-'57 Season

Coach Craig has had 47 boys re-
port for all phases of the Shark
cage team for the coming season,
it was announced this week.
Returning lettermen are Terry
,Hinote, Lewis Ray, Frank Fletcher,
Blair 'Shuford, Wayne Taylor and
Wilford Efliott. Former 'B' squad-
ders advanced to the varsity squad
are Wayne Davis, James-Knight,
Edward Smith, Jackie Mitchell,
Ronnie Young and David Mussel-
white.
In addition to the varsity squad
Coach Craig has 20. boys working
on the 'B' squad and 15 boys on the
Junior varsity squad. This year, a
Junior High game, a 'B' team game
and a varsity game will be ,played
at each of the home basketball
games. The Junior High games will
start at 6:00 p.m.
Coach Craig said, "It is impossi-
ble to get ready for a team of Bay
High's caliber in one ,week. How-
ever, our squad has been working
hard and we expect-to play a decent
basketball game."
The Sharks start their season
here Tuesday night with Bay High.
The schedule is as follows:
Dec. 4, Bay.High, here.
Dec; 8, Altha, Here
Dec. 14, Graceville, There
Dec. 18, Altha, /There '
Dec. .21, Apalachicola, Here
Jan. 8, Blokntsti,".. Tepre
Jan. 11, Marianna, There
Jan. 12, Graceville Here
Jan. 15, Apalachicola, There
Jan. 18, Quincy, There
Jan. 19, Blountstown, Here.
Jan. 26, Cottondale, Here
Jan. 29, Bonitay, Here
Feb. 1, DeFuniak, There
Feb. 2, Wewahitchlka, There
Feb. 6, 7, 8, 9, NW(F Conference
Tournament
Feb. 2, DeFuniak, Here
SFeib. 19, Bay High, There
Feb. 22, Marianna, Here
Feb. 23, Wewahitchka, -Here
Feb. 28, March 2, Group II Class
B Tournament.
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Kenneth Bateman Home

Badly Damaged By Fire

Friday morning about 10:00 a.m.
the home of Mr. land Mrs. Kenneth
Balteman on 13th Street was gutted
by fire of an undetermined origin.
About 10:00 Mrs. Bateman sqnel-
led smoke in the house and started
to investigate. Upon going into one
of the bedrooms of the house she
located the blaze in the attic of
the house. The fire had already
gained such headway that chunks
of burning ceiling were calling into
the room. Mrs. Bateman busied her-
self with getting the Bateman's,
two young daughters out of the
house and sounding the fire alarm.
The fire had gained such headway
that by the time it was discovered
it was impossible to get any of the
furnishings or clothing out.
Although the house was not com-
pletely burned down, every room
suffered fire damage with the worse
damage being in the living room,
dining room and kitchen area's.
Nothing was salvaged in the way
of household furnishings and cloth-
ing. A plea started Friday after-
noon by local radio station WJO'E
Started collecting apparel for the
Bateman's to aid them after this
disaster.

Sharks To Be Honored
At Banquet Saturday

The annual banquet honoring the
Port St. Joe Sharks football team
will be held Saturday night in the
lunchroom at the St. Joe High
School Lunch Room.
Main speaker for the occasion
will be Dr. Howard Danford, Direc
tor of Athletics of the Florida StatE
University.


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Methodists Sponsor Sharks Lose last Game of Season

Fish FryTomorrow To Choctawhatchee Indians Nov. 21

The Methodist Men of 'the Me-
thodist Church will 'hold a.fish fry By WILL 1. RAMSEY The Sharks dropped a couple
at the church Friday night, from The Sharks closed out their foot- that could have been won with a
6:00 to 8:00 p.m. On hand for the ball season last Wednesday with a littlemore effort but what with .he
eating public will f b fish and all ll e n W d 1i a little more effort but. what with the
eating public will be fish and all somewhat disappointing 27-12 loss
the trimmings for the moderate to the IChoctawhatchee Indians. overall inexperience of the team,
price of a buck.,Only half a buck However it can be said that the we think they had a fine season.
for small- fry. Sharks had a winning season with With only three regulars graduat-
Everyone is urged' to attend and a 5-4-1 final roundup. There Sharks ing, the Sharks should really arrive
pay your buck and eat some fish predominately sophomore t eam next year and it the brilliant full-
in close harmony with your friends probably had a bette rseason-than back Wayne Taylor improves as
and at the same time bolster up most local critics thought they much-next year as he had this year,
the Methodist men's cash reserve. would. there will be no stopping him.


Two Freak Accidents Wreck Four

Automobiles and Nobody Injured


Big Rally Planned At-

Presbyterian, Church

A great evangelistic rally is plan-
ned at the Presbyterian Church
Saturday night at 8:00 p.m. This
will be a pointed effort at stirring
all the christians of Gulf County
who take part to take the christian
message to everyone in every place.
This meeting will also be for the
reaching of unreached for the gos-
pel. Dr. Norman Dunning, interna-
tional preacher and leader will be
the speaker.
The .various ministers of Gulf
County will participate Including
Rev. J. C. Odum, Rev. Fred Davis,
Rev. C. Byron Smith, Rev. Douglas
Newsome, Rev. Dwight Wooten and
Rev. W. A. Daniels of Wewahitch-
ka. Rev. Harry Punt and Rev. Bill
Iverson, already participating in the
conference, will also take part.
After the rally there will be a
fellowship time in the lounge of
the church and, refreshments will
be served. A nursery will also be
provided. This service is in con-
Junction with the Presbyterian Bi-
ble conference but its 'purpose is
distinct from the other meetings.
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Help Fight TB


* It pays to adveiUse--tr It! Buy Christmas Seals


Highland View was the scene of
a rash of freak 'accidents last Sun
day when four cars were heavily
damaged with nobody being hurt.
The first accident occurred about
1:30 Sunday morning .when Arch
Foster, colored of Panama City ran
off the highway into the bay across
from .Sumn6r's Grocery. Highway
Patrolman T. M. 'Aplin calculated
that the car was doing around 70
mph, since it came to rest about 35
feet out in the bay and in three
feet of water.
Sunday evening, the real prank-
ish accidents starting popping. At
about 11:50 p.m. a '47 Ford' ran
into a utility pole, 'breaking it off.
The. pole .was guyed to another
pole across the street. The force of


It looke like the Sharks were
goin gto really make a game out of
it from the start as Jackie Mitchell,
Wayne Taylor and Tommy Wilder
set the Indians back for some nice
losses and forced them to punt. But
a few minutes later the Indians
scored their first TiD arid' then went
on to score in every quarter. The
Sharks two TO's came. in the last
quarter, both on passes from the
rubber arm of Blair S.huford who
filled the air with 20 passes. Shu-
ford had, two costly interceptions
when the ISharks were going good.
Shuford had trouble all night as
the big Indian defense broke thru
the Shark line and made it very
difficult to throw. However, he con-
nected with nine passes good' for
1,30 yards.
The Sharks first TD came as Shu-
ford gambled on the fourth down
and heaved a pass to Buddy Hud-
son who raced 58 yards to score. A
few minutes later Shuford heaved
a long pass to Wilford Elliott who
-adp. n hrilliant. t t h of it and


Founding Fathers

Will Be Honored

At Program Sat.

CHARLES LUPTON
Born In Pensacola, Florida in
1859, Charles Lupton moved to Port
St. Joe in 1895 at which time he
opened the light house at Cape San
Blas. Lupton was carried to the
former Miss Minnie Repess in 1891
and they had six, children, four of
whom are still living. When the
Beacon Hill light was built in 1902
the Luptons moved there where
they lived until 193-3. Mr. Lupton
died at the age of 74. He had been
in the government work all his life.

A. MORGAN JONES
A. Morgan Jones was born in
Walterboro, South Carolina on No-
vember 12, 1866. He married Miss
Marie Harman. hey had six chil-
dren and now have nine, grandchil-
dren. The Jones came to Port St.
Joe in 191A, where he/was employ-
ed by the ANIR4R until retirement in
11936. In 1912 he was organizer and
co-bailder of the Methodist Church
and its Sunday 'School Superinten-
dent for 25 years.

FRED MADDOX
(Fred Maddox was bornin in 1981 at
Coatee Hammock, Florida. He came
to Port St. Joe in 1905 to sound
the harbor for the government. He
is now in the cattle business. The
'Maddox have one son that is now
a pilot at the local harbor.

JOHN MADDOX
John Maddox brought the first
boat into the local harbor to un-
load at the city dock In 1910.

WILLIAM GEORGE HARDY --
William George Hardy was bofn
December 23, 1874 at LaGrange,
North Carolina. He came to Florida
in 1894, and married Miss Annie
M. Stone, Feb. 28, 1904. They had
nine children, 14 grandchildren, six
great-grandchii'dien. They came to
Port St. Joe August 20, 1910, to op-
en a turpentine business ,which he
still conducts. Mr. and Mrs. Har-
dy were the organizers and builders
of the Baptist Church at Overstreet.

TERRALL HIGDON STONE
T. H. Stone was born September
19, 18,68 in Iola, Florida. He settled
in Port St. Joe in 1904 and set up
a-naval stores business. He erected
a two story building on the corner
of Reid Avenue and Third Street
that housed the post office and was
the first postmaster. He served as
County Commissioner, school board'
and State Road Board. He was Gulf
County Representative in 1926. He
was co-founder of the Methodist
Church.


Old Fashioned Picnic Slated For

Saturday To Honor Founders

Santa Claus is due to arrive in Port St. Joe this afternoon
at 4:00 p.m. when he will enter Port St. Joe from the East end' of
Fifth Street in a big parade. Santa will ride on one of the fire


trucks into town and will-parade
ISanta asks that all the kiddies
of Port St. Joe urge their parentsI
to join him in his triumphant en-
trance into town and parade be-
hind the fire truck.
The parade will form at the inter-
section of Garrison Avenue and
Fifth Street and .parade down Fifth
Street to the City Hall where the
parade will pick up the Port St.
Joe High School band and swing
down Reid Avenue. The parade will
go the length of Reid and then down
First to Monument where they will
swing toward the City park.
mAt the park the parade will -be
met by Mayor J. L. Sharit who
will officially welcome Santa Claus
to Port St. Joe and will light up
the Christmas tree in the park. All
children will receive a treat from
Santa and he will be available for
those important Inteirview (that all
kids must hold with that allU-mpor-
tant gentleman at this timt of the
year.
LIGHTS GO ON
t:riday, the American Legion,
Boy Scout Troop 313 and the High
School Band will combine forces to
hold a flag-lowering ceremony in
front of the Post Office at 5:00 p.m.'
The flag will be lowered by' the
Scout Troop while the band plays
the national anthem. As the flag
comes down and the music ends,
all the Christmas lights In the- city
will be thrown oan at the same time
to put the city into a blaze of glo-
ry.
FOUNDER'S DAY PICNIC
Friday, December ,1 ,will be
Founder's Day in Port St. Joe at
which time the original founders
of the city will be honored in con-
junction with an old-fashioltcd pic-
nic at the City Park at 11i.00 a.m.
Earnest" Wimberly'Will be master
of ceremonies at the ip1ogram dur-
ing the picnic hours. He will be in-
troduced by Mrs. M. E. Whitaker.
First on the agenda will be the
introduction of, the six oldest set-
-tlers,, Charles Lupton, by one of his
sons, James T. McNeill by James
T. Mc'Neill, Jr., T. H. Stone, Fred
Maddox, George Hardy.
After the introductions, Harry H.
Saunders will speak on what part
the St. Joe Paper Company has
played in the development of Port
St. Joe.
Following will be three minute
histories of the five oldest church-
es in Port St. Joe. Speakers .for
the churches will be: Methodist
Church, Mrs. Ralph Swatts; Bap-
tist Church, Rev. C. Byron Smith;


through the business district.
for one week end, the Merchant's
Division of the Chamber of Com-
merce is collaborating on a big city
wide pre-Christmas sale' offering a
full stock of items- for your Christ-
mas shopping chores .at reduced
prices. These sale ,prices will' be
good for the week end through
Monday, Deceiber 3, so you are ur-
ged to read the tabloid sale section
in this week's issue of The Star
and do all your Christmas shop-
ping while the prices and the selec-
tions are attractive.


Last Rites Held for

Mrs. Rasmussin

Mrs. William (Rasmussen, 42;
was taken by death in her sleekDr
was taken by death in the Munici-
pal Hospital at 3:00 a.m. Monday
morning following an illness of
nearly a ,year with cancer.
Mrs. Rasmussen was a teacher
in the Eleinentary School for a
number of years and very active in
the First Presbyterian Church here.
(Funeral services were held at the
First Presbyterian Church at 10:30
a.m. Tuesday with the Rev. William
T. Iversion officiating. He was as-
sisted by Rev. Fred Davis, pastor
of the First Methodist Church.
'Burial was in the Brantley Ceme-
tery in Brantley, Alabama at 2:30
p.m., Tuesday afternoon.
Pallbearers were H. E. Richards,
B. B. Smisson, Tom Owens, R. D .
Prows, iBill Winters and Frank
Barnes. Honorary pallbearers were
J. L. 'Sharit, Kay Clark, Fennon
Talley, R. M. Spillers, Bill Bowen
and Henry Campbell.
Mrs. Rasmussen is the former
Miss Aurelia Davis of Brantley of
Dothan, Alabama.
(She is survived by her husband,
William M. Rasmussen and a young
daughter, Rita, both of Port St. Joe.
Other members of her immediate
family are he rather, Wesley S.
Davis, and her brother, Darious B.
Davis of Montgomery and a sister,
Mrs. Boyd Bouchillon of Sylacauga,
Alabama.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments.

Bowdoin Has Charge

Of PTA Program Tonite

The Parent-Teacher Association
will have their regular monthly


the crash broke off the guy pole "m ,',, a, ,, Catholic Church, Mrs. M. E. Whit- meeting' Thursday night at 8 p.m.
across the street and brought the went on to score. JAMEES THOMAS McNEIL aker; Presbyterian Church,' Rev. in the Port St. Joe High School
cable connecting the two poles to St. Joe Choc. James Thomas MoNeill was born W. T. Iverson; Episcopal Church, Auditorium
about three feet high across the First Down 10 10 in Godwin, N. C., in 1858. He came Rev. G. D. Underhill.
highway. Yards Rushing 157 161 to what is now Gulf County in 1900. The principal speaker 9f the af Leroy Bowdoin, principal of the
Yards Passing 136 161 He was a pioneer in naval stores ternoon will be Senator George G. school, has charge of the program,
Minutes later a .1:950 Chevrolet, Passes Attenipted 20 4 operations. In 1904 he started his Tapper. "What we are doing about Guid-
driven by Albert Capps of Altha Passes Completed 9 1 turpentine business, one of the first The program is being sponsored ance". Directing the discussion will
ran into the cable across the road Had Intercepted 2 0 industries in this area. He donated by the Merchant's Division of the be Mr. Bowdoin and Mrs. Katherine
causing about $250.00 worth of dam- Fumbles 0 2 land for highway 98 across the Chamber of Commerce and is un Ivy.
age to his car and dragging the bro- Yards Penalized 10 30 south end of the county and for the der the direction of the American Among the vital uestionthat
ken end of the guy pole up into the. Now that-the football Iseason is Intracoastal Canal at Highland Legion Auxiliary with Mrs. M. E. Amon th tal questions that
highway. Before the dust had set- over the Sharks will soon start on View. He served as a member of Whitaker as chairman. will be answered for the parents
tied, a 1948 Chevrolet, driven by their basketball schedule. The the first Pilot's Commission. He BIG WEEK END SALE benefit as well as students will be
Donald Wide Skipper of Panama Shark cagers will be a definite con: stood always for the betterment of As if this wasn't enough activity subjects available, various standard-
City had ran into the pole. About ference title contender with all reg-' the community. Sized tests, limitations on subjects,
$150.00 in damages was suffered by ulars back but two of last year's year. He built the first brick build- and the requirements needed to gra-
his car. squad. The Sharks all-star center RACKLEY ASHFORD COSTIN ing in Port St. Joe and opened a duate. This discussion is in answer
his car Wilford Elliott will be the .main R. A.'Costin came to Port St. Joe general merchandise store, which to a great many questions asked by
As of press day, the driver of the scoring threat along with Wayne on an inspection n 105 hunting his son, C. G. Costin still conducts. the .parents of high school students
first car, which had been reported Taylor and Louis Ray sawote. Bl of acir Sh timber land for turpentine. He re- He donated the land where the and should be of interest to all par-
stolen in Panama City, has not yet tion last year and will be sled for turd in 1910 and erected a two First Baptist Church now stands ents.
stolen n fou Panamad. a lot more thi season story building on the site of the and was a charter member and bull- Mrs. Paul ensom, president of the
been found a lot more this seng game will beson present Mrs. R. A. Costin home and der of the small church that former. Parent-Teacher Association extends
SThe e.o.Sharks Hig hre o I (rouht his family here in that ly occupied that site. a cordial welcome to all to attend.
advertising doesen.t eost, It PAYSl against Bay High here on Dec. 4. -broug h is


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1HURDAY. NOVEMBBER 0. lose


Long Avenue Baptist Cirdes Have

Programs To Study M ssion Work


Christian world news
to members of the Loi
Baptist Woman's Missio
ety in the November ci
ings, as correspondents
from countries in world n
developed the theme, "
Wells of Salvation". Nem
from Ruschlikon, Hong
g.ria, Moscow, Havana
grade were brought ova
BFMB (Baptist Foreigi
Board) of the SdBC (Sou'
tist Convention) network
Circle one met Monday
in the home of Mrs. M
with all members present.
ry MoKnight .circle chain
ened the meeting with
repeating the watchword
by prayer. The scripture
Isaiah 12:1-5. Mrs. L. V
presented the program.
the business session, ref
were served to Mrs. H.
Mrs. Joe Alligood, Mrs.
ell, Mrs. Buford Nichols
P. Martin, Mrs. Porter
McKnight. Mrs. Martin
the meeting with prayer.
Circle Two met Tues
noon in the home of M
Barnes. The meeting w
with prayer by Mrs. J.
chairman-in-charge of the
During the business ses
F. C. Harper was elected
treasurer, and Mrs. B. F
was named war relief
The January meeting wi
Mrs. Durel Brigman. Th


was brot was dismissed with prayer by Mrs.
ng Avenue W. P. Dockery. Present were Mrs.
nary Sodt- Joe' Ferrell, Mrs. James T. Mc-
rcle meet- Neill, Mrs. Odum, Mrs. Harper,
reporting Mrs. Madhen,. Mrs. Dockery, Mrs.
iews today, Brigman and Mrs. Barnes.
'Joy From Circle three met Tuesday eve-
ws flashes ning with Mrs. Grady Player, Mrs.
Kong, Ni- Player, circle chairman, led the
and Bel- 'watchword, which was followed by
er station prayer. Miss Martha Wilson intro-
n Mission duced- the program as a radio an-
thern Bap- nouncer from the Southern Bap-
,. tist Convention network. Those
afternoon taking part in the program were
. L. Britt, Miss Wilson, Mrs. Eldridge Money,
. Mrs. Har- Mrs. N. G. Martin, Mrs. J. C. Tra-
irman, op- week, Mrs. T. M. Watts and Mrs.
the group Player. The program was closed
, followed with prayer After a short business
used was meeting, refreshments of apple
W. Porter crisps with ice cream and coffee.
Following were served to Mrs. Wesley R.
reshments Ramsey, Mrs. Traweek, Mrs. Mon-
L. Ford, ey, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Watts and
V. H. How- Miss Wilson.
.,. Mrs. A. Circle fourmet Tuesday evening..


and Mrs.
dismissed .

day after- i
[rs. Frank
vas begun .'
C. Odum,
program.
sion, Mrs.
secretary- -
F. Machen
chairman.
11 be with
e meeting


OPEN 6:30 p.m.-SHOW AT 7:00
OPEN SUNDAY, 5:45 P.M.

FRIDAY and SATURDAY
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SUNDAY, MONDAY
BOB HOPE and
EVA MARIE SAINT

"THAT CERTAIN


FEELING"


TUESDAY
-JOHN AGAR and
CLEO MOORE

"HOLD BACK

TOMORROW"


Play Hollywood


Every Tuesday


HOLLYWOOD NITE

$315.05


WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
DANA ANDREWS

"COMANCHE"

CINEMASCOPE


with Mrs. Joe Wilkie' in her home
on Garrison ,Avenue. To open the
meeting, Mrs. Wilkie led' in repeat-
in gthe watchlivord, followed with
prayer. Mrs. T. D. Hutchins pre-
senjhed the radio newscast program
with Mrs. A. P. Jackson, Miss Alma
Baggett and Mrs. Wilkie imperson-
ating the foreign correspondents.
At the close of the business ses-
sion, the hostess erved date-nut roll
and coffee to Mrs. Fred Perry, Mrs.
W. D. Sykes, Mrs. B. G. Screech,
Mrs. Mervin Hague, Mrs. Hutchins,"
Miss' Baggett and Mrs. Jackson.
Circle five met in the home of
Mrs. Kenneth Bateman Tuesday
evening with eight members pres-
ent. Mrs. L. E. Voss opened, the
meeting with prayer. Taking part
on the program were Mrs. Voss,
Mrs. J. D. Griner, rs. R. H. Mar-
shall, Mrs. Joe MeLeod, Mrs. P. B.
Fairley, Mrs. J..O. Lucas, and Mrs.
Gene Fowler. The meeting was clos-
ed with prayer by Mrs. McLeod, and
refreshments were served by the
hostess. '
Thanksgiving boxes were prepar-
ed by each circle to be distributed
by the community missions chair-
man. Plans were completed for a
mission study and supper for the
intermediate G. A.'s and R. A.'s of
the church, to be held Tuesday eve-
ning, November 27. Each circle de-
cided to prepare Christmas boxes
of suitable gifts for the children in
the Baptist Home in Lakeland.

WSCS Circle 1 Meets

With Mrs. Sharit

Circle 3 of the Woman's Society
of Christian Service of the FirSt
Methodist Church met in the home
tf Mrs. J. L. Sharit on Monday, No-
vember 26 with the hostess serving
coffee and cookies to the nine mem-
bers and one visitor present.
Mrs. Lindsey Temple, program
chairman, gave the devotional fol-
lowed by prayer. Mrs. J. C. Laney
read a meditation on prayer by
Blaine Ryder and Mrs. Edwin Ram-
sey brought out thoughts in an ar-
ticle, "Use Your Imagination" by
Jean Rothe.
Mrs. Chauncey Costin presided
over a short business session. The
next meeting will be with Mrs. Tom
Byrd. The ISIOS benediction was
ised as the closing .prayer.

Hot Weather in History
How weather has affected history
through the centuries is told in
Icores of major events, including
the .storm at sea that helped to
AestrMy the Spanish Armada and
save 16th-century England; the rait
that hastened the defeat of Napo-
leon at Waterlqo, and the fame.
snows of Russia In which the legion
of both Napoleon and Hitler were
bogged down.


Mrs. Baggett Hostess. WSCS Circle 2 Meets Bateman Hinote

To First Baptist Circle With Mrs. Pridgeon Engagement Told

Circle 6 of the Woman's Mission- rs. Tom Pridgeon was hostess to Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Batemain an-
ary Society of the First Baptist -Circle Number 2 of the Methodist nounce the engagement of their
Church met Tuesday in the home of WSCS with five members -present. daughter Margaret Gail, to Harold
Mrs. J. 0. Baggett with six mem- A devotional was taken from Psalm .,Lloyd Hinote, son of Mr. and Mrs.
bers, one new member and two. 99 and Isaiah 65:24. H. E. Hinote of Milton, Florida.
visitors present. Plans for helping circle number- The wedding will be held at
Mrs. Jadine Ellis was introduced one with the Men's Supper Tues- 7:00 p.m. Friday evening, Dec. 21
as a new' member and visitors in- day night and the ish Fry Nov. 30 at the First Baptist Church.
produced were Miss Celia Tomlin- were discussed. No invitations are being sent, but
son and Miss SaraLinda Richard- The next' meeting will be with all friends of the couple are invited.
son. Mirs: Chris Martin. The meeting -----
- Mrs. Baggett had-charge of the ys d,,nid with the WSCS ben- .Spends Hblidays Here
program, "Japan". She opened the ediction. The hostess served deli- Captain 0. H. Rutherford, D.D.S.
program with scriptures taken from cious refreshments to-those pres- Graham 9FB, Marianna, Mrs. Ru-
the different books, of tthe Bible ent. therford and little son Thonmas
followed with prayer. Those taking .. pent the Thanksgiving holidays
part were the ones present. The Will D1 with Mrs. Rutherford's parents, Mr.
program concluded with sentence W.Illa Uean Lowery and Mrs. _R. L. Fortner, Mexico
prayers. With-Citation Beach.
A short business session was held onoredu l II 0
and reports were given. Mrs. Ce- Visits With Parents


cil Costin asked that all circles ga-,
ther food for the needy to be dis-
tributed on Christmas. Each circle
is asked to participate in this pro-
ject during the month-of December.
The meeting closed -,vith Miss
Tomlinson- singing, "Tea.-i M~- To
Pray" accompanied on the piano by
Miss Richardson. The hostess" ser-
ved refreshments at the close of
the business meeting.

ST.. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rev. Gardner D. Underhill
Priest-in-Charge
,St. Andrew, Apostle, Friday, No-
vember, 30.
9:30 a.m., Celebration of the Holy
Communion with intercessions. St.
Andrew was one of the truly great
Apostles who deserves to be remem-
bered.
First Sunday in Advent, Dec. 2.
7:30 a.m., Celebration of the Holy
Communion. (NOTE: This is to be
the Advent Corporate Communion
for the men and boys of the Episco-
pal Church. The Laymen's League
breakfast and meeting will follow
this celebration instead of, follow-
ing the celebration on the second
Sunday.
9:45 a.m., Church School.
:11:00 a.m., Celebration of the
Holy Communion und sermon.
(NOTE: This Celebration is a fam-
ily service. Please bring your chil-
dren to church and to the altar rail
even if they have not been confirm-
ed. They will receive a blessing.)
The public is cordially invited to
worship wies us and is assured of
a warm welcome.

Twinkle, Twinkle
When you see the stars twinkling,
you don't. Not really, The twinkling
,cmres from your eyes, not the ntara


Miss Willa Dean Lowery, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L, Lowery
of this city has received the Meri-
torious 'Service Citation for her re-
cent work in the Division of Health
and Sanitation in the Amazon Val-
ley. The award was made by the
Incentive Awards Committee of ithe
United States Operations Mission
to Brazil.
Miss Lowery served for two and
a half years in Brazil with this
work and is now a medical student
at the University of Miami.

Britt Stephens

Engagement Told

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Stephens
of Jacksonville, announce the en-
gagement and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Edna Gay
Sanders, to Joseph Franklin Britt
of Atlanta, Ga., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alex LeGrone of. Atlanta. Mr. Britt
will be remembered as the grand-
son of Mrs. J. L. Shirey of Port St.
Joe.
'The wedding will be solemnized
Thursday evening. Dec. 27, at 7:30
in the Riverside Baptist Church in
Jacksonville.

Home For Holidays
John Wesley Stephens was home
for the holidays. He left Sunday af-
ternoon to return to the University
of Florida where he is majoring in
mechanical engineering. John has
been pledged to the LAlpha Tau
Omega fraternity. John is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stephens of
Oak Grove.

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Richard Fortner, who is attend-
ing Lively Tech in Tallahassee
spent the Thanksgiving holidays
with- his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Fortner, Mexico Beach. Rich-
ard got an eigbht-inch spike buck,
Thanksgiving morning.

Thanksgiving Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph IShirah of
Tyndall Field and family visited
with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Daniell ov-
er the Thanksgiving week end.
,
Returns From Visit
-Mrs. A. C. Stephens returned
home last week from Warner Rob-
ins, Ga., where she has been with
'her daughter, Kathryn, while the
latter had an eye operation in
Montgomery, Ala.

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Mrs. King Gives
Program On Youth

"Youth In A iResponsible Society".
.was the theme of the program pre-
sented by Mrs. Robert King before
the meeting of Circle 5 of the Wo.
man's iSociety of Christian Service
of the First Methodist Church in
their Monday meeting.
Hostess for the meeting was Mrs.
Billy Howell in her home on Mc-
Clellan Avenue.
Mrs. King.used: as the topic of
her talk, "The Church's Obligation
for Tomorrow's Moral Maturity".
Those present were Mrs. Hubert
Richards, Mrs. Walter Johnson,
Mrs. Leonard Belin, Mrs. Gordon
Hallmark, Mrs. Williston Chason
and Mrs. Robert King.
The hostess served refreshments
following the meeting.
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Returns To FSU
Miss Martha Costin, freshman
student at Florida State University,
Tallahassee, spent the Thanksgiv-
ing holidays here with her parents
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey
Costin.
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Mrs. Nancy Cooper, 65 year old
mother of George Copper of htis
city recently spent three weeks
here visiting with her son and
daughter-in-law at their home on
McClellan. Mrs. Cooper left recent-
ly to visit with Mr. and Mrs. How-
ard Farr of Ochlochnee, Georgia.
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NEWS FROM
Highland View
By HELEN RICHARDS
Phone BAl 7-2627
Intermediate G. A.
The Highland View Intermediate
G. A.'s met Monday night at 7:00
p.m. The meeting was called to, or-
der by the president, Gail Roberts.
Mrs. DuBose led in the opening
prayer. The group repeated their
watchword and allegiance and sang
the G. A. hymn. The meeting was
then turned over to Mrs. DuBose.
A discussion was held on a coming
program. Sandra Adams dismissed
with prayer.
Circle Meeting


The Willing Workers Circle met
with Mrs. Nora Lee Roney Monday
afternoon at 3:00 p.m. with six
members and three visitors present.
Scripture was given by Mrs. Hall-
mon. Mrs. Macomber, Mrs. Core
ahd Mrs. Roney. he scripture was
taken from 2nd Chron. 7:14, 1 Sam.
12:23, Luke 11:1, Mark 11:25. Pray-
er by Mrs. Macomber. Two talks
were given, one by Mrs. Macomber
"Don't Forget Men Overseas" and
another by Mrs. Roney, "The Day
I'd Like To Forget". The minutes
and roll call was given by Mrs. Ro-
ney, the secretary. Good reports
were given by all the chairmen. The
meeting was dismissed by Mrs. L.
F. Adams. The hostess served re-
freshments.


Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Devon Herring


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daughter, Patricia Diane, born Fri-
day, Nov, 23 at the 'St. Lukes Hos-
pital in Jacksonville. Mother and
daughter are reported to be doing
fine. Mrs. Herring is the former
Miss Patsy Coker.
Obituary
Ed 'Huffman, father of Mrs. C.
V. McMillan died Friday, Nov. 16
at Provencial, Louisiana. Funeral
services were held at the Proven-
cial Methodist Church, Sunday, No-
vember 18.
Card of Thanks
I would like 'to take this method
,to express my thanks, and apprec-
iation for all the kindness shown
me in my recent bereavement.
MES. 0. V. McMILLAN
Personals
Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Gross and
children of Panama 'City and Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Daughtry of Mexico
Beach visited Mr. and Mrs. J. V.
Cannington over the Thanksgiving
holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Jackson and
children and Mrs. Katherine Brown
and. Barbara motored to Apalachi-
cola on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Glass and


Dean; Doyle and Danny evening was our leaders and their


and Miss Laverne Glass attended
the C. A. convention at the Assem-
bly of God Church in Panama City
Thursday.
Mrs. Idell Dykes and baby of
Chipley spent a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis Griffin..
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Griffin mo-
Jtored to Altha ISunday to visit
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hewitt and
little Jan Peterso spent the week
end in DeFqniak Springs with Mrs.
J. W. Wooten: ;
Miss- Melba Butts has returned to
Perkinston College in Mississippi
after spending the holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Butts.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forehand and
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Forehand at-,
tended church services in Panama
City on Thanksgiving. Miss Mary
Lou Cooper and 'Selma Taylor join-
ed them for dinner at the Dixie
Sherman Hotel.
Auxiliary Workers Circle
The Auxiliary Worker's Circle of
the Highland View Baptist Church
met Tuesday night in the home of
Rev. and Mrs. L. F. Adams. The
meeting was opened with prayer by
Rev. Adams followed by scripture
taken from Ephesians 2:10 'and
Timothy 2:15. The theme for the


courses. Mrs. Adams gave a brief
talk on the week of prayer program.
Rev. Adams taught the book, "Bible
Conceptions of Missions". Mrs. E.
R. DuBose was in charge of the
meeting: The hostess served re-'
freshments of cookies, 'Coca-Colas
and coffee which was enjoyed by
all. There were six members pres-
ent.
Returns To College.
Barbara Porter, who attends Hun-
tingdon College in Montgomery was
home over the Thanksgiving holi-
days visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Porter.
tReturns To Tallahassee
Miss Stibbie Brinson'returned to
Tallghassee after spending Thanks,
giving holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brinson.
Holiday Visitors
-..-Mr.and Mrs. James Daniell and
family of Winchester, Tenn., spent'
the Thanksgiving holidays with Mr.'
and Mrs. J.:F. Daniell.
Visiting From Jacksonville
Mrs. Emmette Daniel' of Jackson-
ville is visiting her daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kanneberg.
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4..*iWAV. WOVrM"Q -, RAW- 1956 S


NEWS FROM

OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ray of Altha
spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.
L. P. Ray and children.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and
children had as their guest Satur-
day, Mr. and Mrs. Nixon of We-
wahitchka.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shealy and
son of Missouri spent the holidays
with Dr. and Mrs. D. H. Shealey.
Mrs. Jule Callahan and children
spent the holiday visiting with her
mother and father.
Mrs. iStella Norris returned home
Friday after spending a week in
Tampa visiting with her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. V
Norris.
Edgar Deese of Texas is spending
a few days with his mother and fa-
ther, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deese.

Written For Last Week
Rev. Hadley of Marianna was the
guest speaker at the Oak Grove As-
sembly of God Church Sunday.
Mrs, Bill Bennett of Tallahassee
spent a few days in St. Joe on busi-
ness.
Mr. and Mrs. James Young mo-
tored to Panama City Thursday on
business.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Tubberviile
and daughter, Marilyn motored to
Kinard Sunday on business.
We are sorry to say that Dennis
Norris is ill and his many friends
wish him a speedy recovery.


Mr. and Mis. E. L. Lightfoot and j Returns TO School
children Alice and Bobby Glen Miss iSonijia Blount has resumed
spent the week end in Dothan, Ala., her studies. at Huntingdon College,
visiting with friends and relatives. Montgomery, Ala., after spending
Mrs. Eddie 'Tubberville and the holidays here with her parents
daughter, Marlyn and Miss Betty and slstaer, Mr. and Mrs. John
Deese motored to Panama City Fri- Blount and Margaret Blount.
day on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Adams MARIETTA CHAIN IS
and daughter Chris spent several INITIATED INTO SORORITY
weeks visiting with Mr, and Mrs. Judson College's chapter of ISig-
Grant of Lynn Haven. ma Delta Pi, national Spanish hon-
Mrs. Eunice Vickers spent the orary, held its initiation ceremony
week end visiting with Mr. and a on THa n th oevningn of


Mrs. Cleveland Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Creamer mot-
ored to Wewahitchka Friday on
business.
Mrs. Dennis Norris motored to
Blountstown Tuesday on business.
Mrs. Stella Norris spent a week
in Tampa visiting with WIr. and
Mrs. James V. Norris.
Mrs. June Norris motored to Pan-
ama City Saturday on business.
Mrs. L. P. Ray motored to Talla-
hassee Saturday on business.
Miss Joyce Aultman spent Sat-
urday in Tallahassee visiting with
friends.
We are sorry to say that Mr.
Hann is ill and his many friends
wish.him a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. .W. A. Ray of Altha
visited with Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ray
and children 'Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ray and three
daughters, Minnie O1a, Leona and
Vivian motored to Tallahassee Sun-
day on business.

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November 7 at 7:30 pm.
Among those initiated was Mar-
ietta Chafin, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Chain of this city.


. Donalson of Attapulgus, Ga. lanta to spend the holidays with
-9 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H.
Returns To Emory Elder,
Miss Ruth Lynn Ramsey, a jun-
iorior at Emory University, Atlan- Returns To Sewanee
ta, Georgia. has returned to her stu- Bert Munn, Jr., son of Mr. and
dies after spending the Thanksgiv- Mrs. Bert Munn of Hunter Circle
Ing holidays here with her parents; has returned to his studies at The
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ramsey on University of the [South, Sewanee,
Long Avenue. -


Return To FSU
Paul Edwin Ramsey and Donald
Ramsey, students at Florida 'State
University, accompanied by Gil
Smith of Boston, Mass./'and Char-
lie Miller of Belglade, also students
at Florida .tate spent the holiday


-(--- with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Visitors Here Edwin Ramsey.
Here for a couple of weeks with ------------
her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Here From Atlanta
and Mrs. R. M. Spillers, Long Ave- Columbia Theoloky Seminary stu-
nue, is the latter's mother, Mrs. G. dent, Timothy Elder came from At-




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This an' That


When they finish writing the
record books for the 1956 World
Series there should be a footnote
indicating the fact that Casey
Stengel. the Yankee mastermind
whose charges humbled the Brook-
lyn Dodgers piloted the Brooklyn
team three years. 1934-35-36, fin-
ishing 6th, 5th and 7th, respec-
tively, in the National League .
The first public race course was
the Smithfield Track, built about.
[174, in London. The date is gen-'
erally recognized as the birthday:
3f organized racing under saddle
, The Greek word "Olympiad"
Concerns a measure of time, and
meaps a period of four years, The.
early "Olympic Games" took
place at the end of every "Olym-.
piad," or every four years. Accord-
ing to legend, the idea for the
Olympics originated with the
tdaean Heracles, a diplomat, and
the games. did much to unite
Greece. ((then known as Hellas)
which was made up of warlike,
unrelated tribes Soccer is the
favorite sport of such nations as
Belgium, Costa Rica, England,
India, Israel and Peru.


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Scheffing. 41, field manager to
succeed Stan Hack. Scheffing,
ex-Cub catcher and manager of
Los Angeles club, won 1956
Pacific Coast pennant.


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Srom where I sit ... f Joe Marsh


e Kid's Learned

"Take Charge"

the kid without hesitation.
From where I sit, children aren't
the only ones who "repeat things"
without knowing what they're
talking about. For instance, I'm
convinced that many of those who
speak out against the old Amer-
ican custom of enjoying a glass of
beer after work are just parroting
what they've heard others say. It's.
better to get the facts-then make
up our own minds-and permit
our neighbors to do the same.

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I was down at Buck Benson's
store the other day when a fellow
came in with a six-year-old boy -
obviously his son.
While the fellow was looking
over some-stiuff on the counter,
Buck handed a free peppermint
stick to the boy, who promptly
tore off the wrapper and went to
work on it.
The father seemed quite put
out about his son's lack of man-
ners and held up his hand to stop
him. "What do we say when Mr.
Benson gives us something?" he
demanded. "Charge it," replied


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ULTRA-SMOOTH, LEVEL-LINE RIDE-the ride sensation
of the year-a new suspension system based on a big 124- or
122-inch wheelbase.
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Wood for Sale

BLOCKS UNSPLIT Load $5.00

BLOCKS SPLIT ------ oad $7.00

WALTER DUREN
CALL BAH 7-3171


Tfil., after spending a weck h1g'
with his parents.

'Returns To Sewanee
Walter Wilder returned 'Saturday
to Sewanee, Tenn., where he is. at-
tending The University of the
South, Sewanee, Tenn. He spent
the holidays here with' his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wilder of Oak
Grove.

METHODIST CHOIR TO
PRESENT HANDEL'S MESSIAH
it was announced this. waak that
the choir of the First Methodist
Church will' present Handel's Mes-
siah on Sunday, December 23 at
the church's regular 7:30 p.m. woi-
ship service period. Everyone is in
vited .to attend the service.


Jake Belin Addresses
Kiwanis Club Wed.

Jake Belin, vice-president of the
St. Joe Paper Company spoke to
the local Kiwanis Club yesterday
at their regular noon luncheon
meeting on the outlook of the pa-
per and corrugated container -in-
dustries. Belin reported that altho
production in these fileldsi were 'at
a high level, increased use of the
product painted a rosy future.

It pays to advertise try it!

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY

,dvertismg doesn't cost-it pays


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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
safe-keeping.
Thus, when you call on us to refill.
this prescription- we stand pre-
pared'to do so, quickly and accu-
rately.




Buzzett's Drug Store
PHONE 7-'1371
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CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR SALE: Lot, 130'X140' at Oak
Grove. It interested phone 7-3071,
John McKenzie. 2tp


FOR SALE: 42 foot house trailer.
Reasonable terms. See Tom Prid-
geon.
FOR SALE: Must sell two-bedroom
furnished home. and 2 lots. House
in good condition. Also one Singer
sewing machine and a Stark cabi-
net grand piano, See Mrs. A. C. Ste-
-phens at Oak Grove. ltp
HELP WANTED, Male and female.
Pleasant money masking oppor-
tunity for man or woman to call on
farm families in Gulf County. Full
or part time. Year round. No ex-
perience or capital required. Write
McNess Company, P. O.'Box 2766,
DeSoto Station, Memphis, Tenn.
FOR RENT: 2 modern well furnish-
ed houses, one and two bedrooms.
$40.00 per month. Ready December
1. W. C. Forehand, Highland View.
FOR SALE: 2 lots on Garrison Av.
$850.00 each cash. See Bill Carr.
WANTED: Insurancb salesman and
collector debit work. Married man
preferred, aggressive. Good start-
ing salary. Apply P. 0. Box 997,
Port St. Joe or phone 2-5478, Talla-
hassee. Itp
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment
completely furnished. Suitable for
couple only. 216 Sixth Street. Phone
7-5756 or 749131. litp
FOR RENT: Unfurnished small
'apartment for couple. Water fur-
nished. Call 7-77,36, Mrs. W. B.
Ferrell. 11-29-tfc
FOR SALE: Kiddie Corvette for
child. Youth bed and wheel chair.
Two girls bicycles. All in good con-
dition. See or call Mrs. Gus Creech
7-3241 or 7-9441.


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment. NOTICE of FICTITIOUS NAME
Completely furnished. Four miles Notice is hereby given that the
South of Port St. Joe on Apalachi- undersigned, desiring to engage in
- cola highway. Phone 7-5095. tfclo-25 business under the fictitious name
of THOMASOQN'S PURE OIL SER-
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom house. Re- VICE STATION, at No. 301 Monu-
cently repainted on inside. Con- ment Avenue, in the City of Port
venient to grammar school and to St. Joe, Florida. intends to register
Town. See 0. M. Taylor. tfclO-18 the said name with the Clerk of
O Tthe Circuit Court of Gulf County,
FOR RENT: Beach house. Com- Florida. 4t-11-22
pletely furnished at Beacon Hill. BLAKA LY THOMASON
See Bill Carr -at St. Joe Hardware
Co. tfc-11-8 NOTICE OF DIVORCE
IN THE CliRCUIT COURT OF
OM--THE FOURTBENTH JUDI-
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- H CIROUTE OF FLONRIDA
ment. Suitable for couple only. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
Phone 7-7646. tfc-111 IN CHANCERY,
FOR RENT: Furnished house at DOLLY DIMPLE WHITE, )
Beacon Hill. Reasonable rent:-See Plaintiff, )
Silas R. Stone, 321 Reid Ave. W. WH
VERNON W. WHITE, )
Defendant. )


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SBrucellouusis 'Free Areasan the birth of a daughter, Dana Sue
W HEREAS, over 75% of the cat- brno November 16.
tle owners, owning a majority of n November 16.
the cattle in Gulf County, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. George Martin of
have petitioned the Florida Live- Port St. Joe announce the birth of
a daughter Toni Lynn on November,


HOME


SEverything is handy when you shop your home community. There's

plenty of parking space for your car Stores are all within a few short blocks

of each other. You know your way about the shops -- know where to find

what you want to buy -- because it is advertised in your home town newspaper.

Save time energy honey -- shop at home!



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"YOUKHOM&TOWN NEWSPAPER" -- Where Advertising Pays!
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All births occurred at the Mu--
nicipal Hospital.



Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
Reel Parts and Repairs
'RADE US that useless article for
Something useful. STOP and
'WAP.
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
Ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home
1. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
.lien, High -Priest; H. R. Malge,
secretary.
fHERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. JoeLodge
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 OF MOOSE
Meetings, at Moose Hall, 3fo
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0
0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs.
I days, 7:30 p.-m. In Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
brethren invited.
A. P. GILBERT, Secty.
G. F. LAWRENCE, N. G.

stock Board and the U. S. Animal
Disease Eradication Branch .o in-
stitute procedures for establishing
that county as a modified certified
brucellosis free area;
INOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED That the Florida Live
stock Board, in accordance with the
provisions of Chapter 585, Florida
Statutes, hereby quarantines Gulf
'County, Florida, and adopts the fol-
lowing rules and regulations rela-
tive thereto:
REGULATIOdN 1. No female cat-
tle or breeding bulls over six
months of age shall be moved into
or within the above described quar-
antined area, with the following ex-
ceptions:
(a) Slaughter animals.
('b) Cattle destined to points be-
yond- the area, provided such cat-
tle are not unloaded within the
area.
(c) Those tested and found nega-
tive for brucellosis within 30 days
prior to date of movement.
(d) 'Cattle under 30 months of
age which were officially calf vac-
cinated, identified and reported.
(e) Cattle which were a part of a
certified brucellosis-free herd, or
area at the time of sale.
(f) Officially vaccinated calves
that are more than 30-months of
age from otherwise clean herds
which do not react at more than
incomplete in 1:200, provided the
;animal has three successive tests
.not less than 30 days apart without
a rise in titer.
This Quarantine shall be in full
force and effect on and after De-
cember 3, 19-56.
This 9th day of November, A. D.,
1956.
FLORIDA LIVESTOCK BOARD
Wilmer Bassett, Acting Chmn.
C. L. Campbell, DVM, Secretary
State Veterinarian.


TO: Vernon W. White, whose ad- e *J T
dress is: 1300 South Florrissant riDUtef Pa
Road St. Louis 21, Missouri.
You are hereby notified that a A
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has Mrs. G. A. Patton
been filed against you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your -
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Mrs. George Patton, "Miss Ned",
Complaint on -the plaintiff's attor- "Miss Edna"-as all of us have
ney, Benjamin H. Dickens, 1.07 Sec-ov
ond Street. Port St. Joe. Florida, fondly called her-has moved from
and file the original Answer or 'our community. She has gone to
Pleading in the office of the Clerk live with her son -Ned and his fanm-
of the Circuit Court at Wewahitch- ly, in Jacksonville, and her new
ka, Florida, on or before the. 31st '
day of December, 1956. If you fail address is 5637 Golf Ridge Lane.
to do so, judgment by default will In Mrs. Patton's leaving this lit-
be taken,against you for the relief tle city of Port St. Joe she has left
demanded in the Bill of Complaint. a vacuum that no number of us will
Done and Ordered at Wewahitch-
ka, Florida this 19th day of No- ever be hble to fill, no matter how
vember, 1956. hard we may try. :-he was an inte-
George Y. Core, Clerk gral part of this town's heart, its
Circuit Court, Gulf County, moving, living, lovin spirit. Her's
Florida. 4t-11-22
.- was a unique place. To me she was
SPECIAL SERVICES Port St. Joe-i-and she vwill never
ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work be replaced.
guaranteed. Quick dependable "Miss Ned" gave of her spirit, of.
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-
paired, also.

E. TOM PRIDGEON Mr. and Mrs.,Dowling Stone of
Real Estate & Insurance Port 'St. Joe, announce the birth of
KENNEDY74 ELE 1Reid a daughter Wanda Sue on Novem-
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE- her 16.
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li- Mar. and Mrs. W. C. Robinson of
ensed electrical contractor, All St. Joe Beach announce the birth
kinds electric and refrigeration .
service and installation. Phone 0 a daughter,-Carol Marie on No-
..4032. tic vember 24.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lamberson
F YOU FARE INTERESTED in sav-
Ing money see us for anything of Port St. Joe are the proud par
you need in your home. STOP and ents of a son, John Mark, born on
SWAP SHOP. November 19.
----- Mr. and Mrs. Emory Cumbie of
RESOLUTION Port St. Joe announce the birth of
WHERE theFlorida Live- a daughter, Elizabeth Maurell on
WHEREAS., the Florida Live-
stock Board and the United States Novenmber 21.
Animal Disease Eradication Branch Mr. and Mrs. James Whittle of
have agreed to cooperatively con- Port St. Joe are announcing the
duct a campaign of bovine vrucei- birth of a son, David Carl on No-
losis eradication in. Gulf County vemer 1.
Florida, in conformity with the Reg- vember Z1.
ulations for the Establishment and Mr. and Mrs. David Shirah of
Maintenance of Modified Certified Port St. Joe are proud to announce
dnA .a- .,----1,


to her community-and she employ-
ed the immeasurable width and the
xepanse of her art and her keen in-
tellect in giving so graciously of
her sweet service.
When the winds blow through
the magnificent oak trees on her
old home plaqe in Oak Grove they
will be sighing for their mistress
-and when the raindrops glimmer
through their bountiful, sheltering,
leafy limbs, they will be tears for
their mistress-who has cared for
them so many years-and so ten-
derly. Hers was the beautyspot, the
flowering beautyspot of this little
Community, done, for the greater
part,, by her own loving hands.
Mrs. Patton's aream for the fu-
ture of Port :St. Joe, which she en-
visioned and initiated from the be-
ginning, to gro into a garden spot
-was to see a riotiously colored
ravine of azaleas all abloom along
our graceful 'new 18th street, for-
merly known as Patton's Bayou,
sloping down to the water's edge.
In appreciation to her, let's 'make
this dream of hers come true. Gar-
den clubbers, civic workers-can't
you find a way! She would have,
had it been her lot to -have remain-
ed here with us a little while long-
er.
I feel quite sure Sam -Walter Foss'
. must have had our "Miss Ned"-in
mind when he created' his famous
lines, as I know of no one to whom
they more aptly apply:
The House by the Side of the Road
There are hermit souls
that live withdrawn
In the peace of their self-content;
There are souls like stars,
that dwell apart
In a fellowless firmament;
There are pioneer souls
that blaze their paths


herself. She entered into every pro- Where highways never ran;
ject with whole-hearted enthusiasm But let me live by the
and personal energy. IShe- gave of side of the road
her services, unstintingly, to all And be a friend to man.
-the many who called upon her- Let me live in a house
and to many who didn't. Her initia- ,by the side of the road
tive to this community has been Where the race of men go by-
, unbounded-without limitation. She I
dreamed her many dreams here- The me m who are good,
and the men who are bad,
and she carried so many of them As goodand as bad as I;
to happy fulfillment for the 'better- I would not sit in the scdrner's se.
meant of this entire town. She was, Or hurl the cynic's ban;-
and is, kindness, graciousness, gen- Let me live in a house
tleness in all of her many modes
of endeavor-and she never left a
ruffled feeling in her wake. She

has" been the embodiment of the
ttrue Christian spirit for the good
of her little Gallilee all during the
course of the most part of her life 4
which has been spent, devotedly,,
here. No one ever called upon her
who didn't receive a helping hand,
a listening ear, an understanding
heart-no. matter what their prob- IS JUSt Aro
lem-no matter what their project.
"Miss Edna" is synonymous with
the meaning of the deep word- of
SERVICE. Service to her friends; Koretof Cail
service to her neighbors; service .. i .. n .


by the, side of the road
And be a friend to man."
Jacksonville's gain is Port St.
Joe's loss-but how proud we
should be to have had her a part
of us for- so long-and how welcome
she will be should she ever decide
to return again home.
Sincerely,
LOUBSE, M. PORTER
(Mrs. Ned S. Porter)

Send The Star To A Friend


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