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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: February 7, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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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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THE


STAR


Port St. Joe--The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Ghattahockhee Valley"

VOLUME XX Single Copy So0 ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAYtrJ UARS'z>1 1957 NUMBER 23
*-7


District Governor

Installs Officers

Of Kiwanis Club

District Governor Bill Starling of
,Panama City made his periodic vis-
it to the Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
Tuesday for the purpose of install-
ing the club's new officers.
New officers installed by the dis-
triet governor were Wesley Gracb,
R. E. King, George Wimberley, Jr.,
Hubert Richards, Silas R. Stone,
Gannon Buzzett and C. H. Mc-
Knight as the Board of Directors.
John Robert Smith was recognized
as Past-President; Bill Cowden,
VicePresident; Harold Prim, Sec-
retary; Tom Alsobrook, Treasurer;
and Rex Addison, president.
All officers were charged with
their duties by the Kiwanis offi-
cer. R. E. King, of the local club
was recognized as Attendance
Chairman for Division, 2.
-In his talk before the club, the
District Governor talked on the in-
dividual's -and the club's place in
society and their community. He
pointed out that 4o individual or
club had a right to exist unless they
gave something to their commun-
ity. The Governor listed eight ob-
jectives for Kiwanis for the com-
ing year. They were, sustain and
honor the church and home. Pro-
mote citizenship responsibility. Con-
serve natural resources. Prevent ac-
cidents. Support recreation activi-
ties. Stimulate understanding of
mental illness. Perpetuate friendly
relations between Canada and U.
S. Work for world peace and sup-
port the UN.
One new member was installed
at the Tuesday meeting. He was
Walter Duren. Visitors present
were 'Frank Fletcher, Jackie Mit
chell and a group from Panama
City consisting of Harry Williamns,
Ira Hill, Russell Kersey, Sam Mor-
gan, George McDqanad and Bill
' Starling .who were making up Inte"
club relations.


Merchant's Division

Names New Committee

The 'Merchant's Division of the
Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce
completed balloting in the selection
of its division chairmen this week.
The ballots were canvassed by
a canvassing board composed of
Gannon 03uzzett, chairman; G. F.
Lawrence 'and Wayne Buttram. The
selected committeemen will serve
for the coming year.
Those selected were: Marion
'Musselwhite, grocers; G. F. Law-
rence, department and variety store
Jesse IStone, clothing stores; C. W.
Long, -hardware and supply; Frank
Pate, service stations; J. R. Smith;
drug stores; Dick 'Lamberson, auto
and accessories; John Blount, fur-
niture; and Wesley R. 'Ramsey, mis-
cbellaneous.
A general meeting, of the Mer-
chant's 'Division will be held at the
City Hall at 8:00 p.m. tonight for
the meeting of confirming the elec-
tion, selecting a chairman and for-
mulating plans for the coming year.

Visitor From Arkansas
Mrs. W. E. Boyer of Beebe, Ark.,
will arrive by plant today for an
extended, visit with her daughter
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ram-
sey and her son, C. E. Boyer and
family.


GORDON HALLMARK, of the Merchant's basketball team gathers
in a rebound (yes, a rebound off the floor) after an unsuccessful
shot by his team mate, Tom Pridgeon, (left background). Bill
Porter of the Paper Company is puffing up behind Hallmark to
guard his attempt at another shot. (Star photo)


Merchants Defeat


Paper Mill Team


In Benefit Game


The merchants of Port St. Joe de-, but it is not known yet how much
feated the St. Joe Paper Company,. the game took in for the march of
15-13 last Thursday night in a bas- dimes.
ketball game played for tne bene- In conjunction with the game, the
fit of the March of Dim,:e-. town team played C &.G -port.,,r
Gannon Buzzett was the lending G''oda- team in a thrilling eitra-per-
score maker for the busiuescmen. iod game that saw the local t;am
with eight points.: Lawrence Bis- lose by one point.
sett and Harold Prim led the Pa-
per Company scoring w.ta six
points each. Sharks In NWF
'The Merchants had aprehensions
before the game started when their Cage Tournament
star performer, George Tapper
wrenched his leg during a warm-up
session. He is still on crouches from The Port St. Joe Shirks go
the ordeal, the only long time cas- into their first game of the NWF
ualty of the-game. tournament tonight at Chipley
'One other "casualty" marred the against the Chipley Tigers.
game in the first "quarter" when Port St. Joe is seeded in the
"Red" Fuller fell out from lack of number two spot in the tourna-
oxygen and was administered a lit- ment with Marianna seeded to
tle wind by Dr. Joe Hendrix who take the number one spot.
just happened to be on the scene !The Bulldogs have handed the
for just such an emergency. "Red" ISharks their only defeat this year
pulled through. and came off the and nosed out the Sharks last
court under his own steam. Chaun-' year in the last game of the tour-
cey Costin, center for the business- nament. Mariamnna defeated the
men had his toe stepped on, but iSharks this-year by nine points.
suffered no ill effects. In this game, Wilford Elliott, the
The game was just a little unor- ISharks scoring ace, made only
thodox with only two minute quar- tour points. Chances are good
ters being used (and only three of that the Sharks will come out
these) and six goals were used to victorious in the tournament.
aid the scoring of the two teams. 'The tournament will last thru
FPlayers on the Paper Mill team, ISaturday, with the finals being
were Lawrence Bissett, Bill Por- played on that night.
ter, Bill Winters, Harold Prim, Joe Tom Love of Chipley and Char-
Wilkie and Bill Fleming. ley Grant of Gracerille will be
Making up the businessmen's ros- the game officials.- The night
ter were Gordon Hallmark, Jesse games will start at 7:00 p.m.
Stone, Wayne Buttram, J. L. Fuller, 'CST and admission will be 50-c
G. F. Lawrence, Chauncey Costin, and $1.00.
Earl Atchison, Gannon Buzzett, E. [Following the tournament, an
Tom Pridgeon, George Tapper and all tournament team will be cho-
Marion Musselwhite. .sen by the press and by the game
A large crowd attended the ga:ne officials.


Plans Are Laid

For Little Boys

Baseball League

At a meeting held Monday night
St. Joe Little Boys Baseball unani-
mously recommended that Port St.
Joe have a regular. Major League,
exactly as last year, plus a Minor
or Farm League. Both leagues will
operate under identical rules and
regulations of Little Boys Baseball,
Inc. Both will have a full independ-
ent league schedule and be-furnish-
ed baseball uniforms.
The idea behind the two leagues
is to increase the number of boys
participating and to divide the boys
according to ability, increasing the
pleasure: and benefits to both the
experienced and the inexperienced
players. Jt is assumed that the Min-
or or Farm League will have more
younger players but the age limits
on both leagues will be identical.
The Minor League will probably
play in the afternoon with the Ma-
jor League at night.
To put over this program we
must have at least four additional
managers, eight additional umpires,
four additional sponsors and the
completion of the second Little
Boys' Baseball Field. Interested
persons please contact any of last
years officers, player agent, mana-
gers, sponsors or Jake Belin.
Men attending the meeting includ-
ed Coy C. Williams, Clifford Tharpe,
George Wimberly, Sr., W. E. Wha-
ley, J. H. Chason, J. R. Addison,
H. E. Richards, Jake C. Belin and
Paul S. Fensom. Civic organizations
and sponsors represented were the
St. Joe Paper Company, Rotary
Club, Kiwanis Club, Ford-Pontiac
and Chamber of Commerce.


"Clean -


Local People Go To
TB Conference

"Credit for the gratifying in-
crease in admissions, particularly
the increase with favorable disease
outlook, rightly belongs to the State
and Local Health Departments, and
reflect their constantly improving
case-finding program." This was
part of 'a general report given at
W. T. Edwards Tuberculosis Hos-
pital, Tallahassee, last Tuesday by
Dr. L. C. Manni, Medical Director
of W. T. Edwards. -
This meeting was attended by the
subcommittee members of the
House and Senate Appropriations
Committee, personnel of Northwest
Florida Health Departments and
members of the TB and Health As-
sociation.
A tour of the hosiptal including
visits to patients, the laboratory,
operating room, the X-ray filing set-
up and occupational therapy class
was conducted by the nursing per-
sonnel of W. T. Edwards 'PB Hos-
pital.
A luncheon was enjoyed in the
hospital cafeteria; following this
the group was favored by informa-
tive talks by Dr. L. C. Maanu and
Dr. Robert Davies.
Mrs. Roberta H. Harden and Mrs.
Pauline W. Sowers represented the
Gulf County Health Department.


----
From Florida Times-Union
Mrs. Alfred I. duPont, prominent
Jacksonville resident, and Vice
Adm. Austin K. Doyle, chief of na
val air training at Pensacola Nava
Air Station, were honored last Fri
day by the Military Chaplains Assn
of the UU.U.A.
They were presented awards fo:
"distinguished service to God and
country" at a luncheon in the Off i


cers Club of the Jacksonville Naval
t Air Station. -
toe Vi"nwniminw SUZ AU5 t


Spaghetti Supper

Planned for Feb. 20

A spaghetti supper sponsor-
ed by the Altar Society of St.
Joseph's Catholic Church will
be given at the Florida Power
Lounge on Wednesday, Febru-
ary 20 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Supper plates for employees of
the paper mill will be avail-
able starting at 5:30 p.m.
Remembertjo set aside Wed-
nesday the 20th as an "eve-
ning out" with the family to
enjoy some good old spaghetti
made the way you like it.
Home baked' cakes will be
available for those with a
sweet tooth.
Tickets are $1.00 for adults
and 50c for children. Proceeds
derived will help with furnish-
ings for the new St. Joseph's
Church now under construc-
tion.


finance


Ordinance Will Apply To Trash

On Empty Lots Thruout City


The 'City Commission introduced
a new ordinance at their meeting
Tuesday night requiring lot own.
,rs to keep their empty lots clean
throughout the city.
The ordinance is being put into
effect for a two-fold purpose. One
purpose is to reduce breeding places
of mosquitoes and another reason
is to beautify the city.
The ordinance requires that all
undesirable underbrush, debris and


City Votes To Close Alley
Near Monument Avenue

The Port St. Joe City Commis-
sion Tuesday night, heard a re-
quest from George G. Tapper that
they, close the alleyway between
Second and Third Streets directly
behind his property on Monument
Avenue, the iDavid Motel property.
Commissioner Watson IS'mith
moved that the alley be closed. All
four Commissioners voted in ac-
cordance with the request. Mayor
J. L. Sharit voted no to the re-
quest.
The alley way will not officially
be closed until the Commisison can
hold a public hearing on the matter.


MRS. ALFRED 1. duPONT and Vice Adm. Austin K. Doyle (right), examine citations presented them
last week by the Military Chaplains Assn. of the U.S.A. )Holding the citation is 'Rt. .Rev. Msgr. Maurice
Sheehy, president of the organization and a retired Navy admiral. (At left is Jack Kavanaugh of
Jacksonville, who received the Navy's Distinguished Service Award for Civilians several years ago.
S (Photo Courtesy Florida Times-Union)


Boat Club Meeting

Set For February 13

All persons who are interested
in boating, fishing, hunting, ski-
ing, cruising or any other aquatic
sportin activity are cordially in-
vited to a meeting of the St. Joe
(Boat Club to be held in the Le-,
gion Home Wednesday, February
13, at 8:00 p.m.
The purpose of the meeting is
to ratify the by-laws of the club,
elect officers and enroll members
'who will be charter-members.


Sharks Take Three Decisive Week End Victories


WALTON HI GAME
,Friday night, the Port St. Joe
cage Sharks took the road to Wal-
ton County High in De' Funiak
Springs, to defend their excellent
season's record of play. The Sharks
came home with the victory by de-
feating Walton 8.2 to 53.
The Sharks started fast in the
first quarter and racked up a 19
to 10 point lead over the Braves.-
In the second quarter the Sharks
continued their high scoring and
picked up 22 points. Their high
scoring quarter came in -the last
frame where the Shark sharpshoot-
ers racked pup 27 points.
The Sharks' Wilford Elliott led
the way in scoring with 19 points.
Wayne Taylor and Blair Shuford
were close behind with 18 points
each. Bludworth led the Braves
with 20 points.


In the defensive department,
Wayne Taylor picked up 17 re-
bounds, Elliot 14 and Shuford 10.
The. Sharks made 56% of their
field goals good.
The score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 19 22 14 27-82
Walton H'igh 10 14 -11 18-53
Port St. Joe's 'B' squad did an
equally thorough job of defeating
the little Braves 46 to 28 in the
preliminary game.
Albe Miller led the littlelSharks
in scoring with 18 points.

WEWAHITOHKA GAME
tSaturday night the Sharks invad-
ed Wewahitchka Gator territory
and led the Gators to a 66-23 merry-
go-round defeat.
. Wayne Taylor dominated the
scoring. department for the Sharks
and piled up 19 points against the


county seat team. Taylor also led game. Mike Muan led the Sharks
his team in rebounds@ith 14. Lewis with 11 points. Roy Lister got two
Ray proved to be a good floor Joad- .of the Gator's three points.
er for the Sharks play. The Sharks
shooting was effective with 57% COTTONDALE GAME
of their field goals good and 72% Port St. Joe's Sharks downed
good from the foul line. the improved Cottondale Hornets
The Gators, which in years past 57-38 Tuesday night on the .home
have made it rough for cage teams court for their 16th basketball vic-
throughout this ijart, were no tory. The Sharks have suffered one
match for the high-fljying Shark defeat-by the powerful Marianna
team. five.
The Gators were badly outscored The Sharks began their night of
in every quarter and offered no court domination in the first period'
threat at all to the Sharks. of play as the St. Joe's defense held
The score by quarters: Cottondale away from the basket;
Port St. Joe 14 14 24 14-66 and no good shooting positions.
Wewahitchka 8 3 5 7-23 With well set up offenses to
The Sharks 'B' squad handed the grab rebounds and passing below
little Gators even a worse defeat the Hornets heads the Sharks were
than their teammates did the first able to hit for 17 points-the Hor-
string. The baby Sharks came up nets eight.
with a 51-3 rout in the preliminary The same situation held in the


second period of play and Cotton.
dale was forced to, shoot from their
mid-half court to collect nine
points.
Going into the second period, the
scoreboard read 29-17, Cottondale
caught fire in this quarter, but
were only able to pull within eight
points of the winners before St.
Joe's defense held.
With a 43-21 lead going into the
final period, the Sharks went all
the way, piling up a 57-38 victory.
'Terry Hinote hit for 16 points
to take top scoring honors for the
Charks. He was followed by Wil-
ford Elliot with 15 markers. Lewis
Ray was the star shooter as he
hit five of six field goals by push
shots from center court.
Don Glass was the only cagester
to make the two figure scoring col-
umns (13) for Cottondale.


trash be kept off vacant lots in the
city. The ordinance did not spell
out in certain words just how far
the cleaning up was to go. It did
state that all noxious plants, unde-
sirable underbrush, trash, garbage
and dangerous trees must be re-
moved from the lots. This does not
mean that the lots must be scraped
clean of growth, but that they must
be kept ree of rubbish and tangl-
ed undergrowth.
The Ordinance further, provides
that anyone owning a Tot and with-
out the facilities to clean it off,
may have the city do the job and
be billed for the work.
(Penalty assessed in the Ordin-
ance to comply with the Ordinance
is -a fine of not more than $200 or
six days in jail. Written notices
will -be sent to lot owners that
need cleaning and a 80 day period
will be given to -get the job done.
The Ordinance is not law yet,
however, since only. one reading of
the article has been made at the
City Commission meeting. qTwo ad-
ditional hearings on the Ordinance
must be heard (usually in ,the next
two meetings of the Commission)
before the Ordinance will become
a law of the city.

Greg Davis Thrown

From Car TUesday


Little Greg .Dvic ,sahout three
years old and the son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Davis was scratched up
Tuesday afternoon when he tell
from a moving automobile.
The car was driven by -the lad's
mother. She was in the process of
turning East on 'the Boulevard from
Monument Avenue when 'a door of
the car came open and Greg tum-
bled out.
Police Chief 'H. W. Griffin ar-
rived on the scene shortly after
the accident and took the boy to
the ,Municipal Hospital where he
was treated for scratches, cuts and
bruises and released.

Fifth Grade Studies
Science of the Heavens

By MRS. FRANCES BROWN
.Mrs. Brown's Fifth Grade class
is doing a unit in Science on te'"
study of our solar system. In this
unit we have learned what people
of many, many years ago thought
and believed about the sun, moon,
stars and planets, before smieqtists
discovered what we know about
them today.
In this unit we have learned what


The ctatioin recognizing le gen-
erosity of Mrs. duPont and her in- gases and elements have been
- piration and friendship to the found by scientists to make up the
l causes and men identified with the sun. We have learned how the sun
- armed forces was read. by Rear affects every phase of life found
- Adm. Maurice S. Sheehy (Ret.), on the earth. The affects sunspots
president of the chaplains' organi- have on our weather, and how they
r nation. continue to puzzle the, scientists.
d During our study of the soar
,- system we have learned how our


planets were formed. The distance
each of the planets are from the
sun. We correlated our s*udy of
planets with art and drew tne plan-
ets and their orbits.
Our class saw a film strip on
"Why the Seasons". From -his it
was learned what causes the
change of seasons. The planets and
their nearness to the sun were
shown in this. The explanation of
the equinoxes and when they occur.
Interesting questions were asked
at the end of the film, which were
answered by the class.
One pupil made a chart cf the
symbols of the planets and what
each one stood for.
We are having special reports
on the planets to be given by dif-
ferent members of the class. Very
interesting pictures from the book
"The World We Live In", published
by LIFE magazine have been
shown.
Through the study of this unit we
will have a better understanding of
our solar system and what It con-
aslts of.


Commission Introduces


Military Chaplains Cite Mrs. Alfred

I. duPont and Admiral Austin K. Doyle


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SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION
of Port St. Joe

Savings placed with us by the 10th earn from the Ist
our 3 per cent- per annum dividend, credited June 80th.
and December 31st and available when needed.,
THE DIFFERENCE:- We build the community by
financing homes and commercial structures on long term
monthly payments.
WORTH CONSIDERING:- Placing your unneeded
funds in the "Citizen's Federal" you are saving your money,
earning profit, arid helping to build your community into
a finer place to live.


Host of Parties Last Week. Honors
'Betrothed Couple and Families
Miss Hazel Burnette and Lt. Har- nue homo. Honor guests were Miss
ry Glidden were honored by Mr. Hazel Burnette and Lt. Harry Glid-
and Mrs. Paul Fensom of th.% city den, who were married Saturday at
and Mr. and Mrs. Marc L. Flaishe:, 5 p.m. in St. James' Episcopal
Jr., of Lutz, at a buffet suppe: in Church. The affair proceeded their
the Fensom home on 16th Street, wedding rehearsal.
Thursday, January 31. Assisting in Attractive arrangements of spring
serving was Miss Judy Fensom. flowers were used in the living
Tall silver candelabra with ping room, den and sun porch.
tapers centered with epergne ar- The table was centered with an
rangements of pom-poms and lilies arrangement of iris flanked by sil-
of the valley adorned the bridal ta- ver candelabra.
b'le, which was overlaid with a pink Attending were members of the
linen cloth. Arrangements of. ca- bridal party, relatives of the couple
mellias were placed at vantage and out-of-town guests.
points.
The guest list included parents
of the honorees, members of the Mr. and Mrs. Burt Rufus Glidden
wedding party and out of town entertained, with a breakfast Sat-
guests. urday morning at the Gulf Sands
Miss Burnette became the bride Restaurant, Mexibo .Beach. Honor
of Lt. Glidden, Saturday evenftg, guests were Miss Hazel Burnefte
February 2. and Lt. Harry Glidden who were
-- married Saturday evening.
Mr.. and Mrs. Joseph V. Dowd en- Guests were members of the bri-
tertained with a cocktail party, Fri- dal party, out-of-town guests and
day evening in their Garrison Ave- relatives of the couple.


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Miss Hazel Burnette and Lt. Har-
ry Rathbun Glidden, U. S. Army,
who exchanged nuptial vows Sat-
urday evening at 5:00 p.m. in St.
James' Episcopal Church were en-,
tertained with a dinner, Friday
evening. Hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Byron
W. Eells, Sr., and their son, Ed-
ward Eells, entertained in their
home-on Monument Avenue.
The home was attractively dec-
orated with arrangements of glad-
ioli and astherim. The event was
held after the wedding rehearsal.
Included in the guest list were
members of the bridal party, rela-
tives and out-of-town guests.

Mrs. Harry Saunders and Mrs.
J. Lamar Miller were hostesses to
a coffee Thursday, January 24 in
the home of the latter at Constitu-
tion Park. Arrangements of pink
gladioli, and carnations were used
throughout the rooms and an ar-
rangement of pink camellias cen-
tered the table. Silver appointments
completed the setting.
Honoree was Miss Hazel Bur-
nette, bride-elect of February 2.
Invited were 30 guests including
Mrs. Strafford Barke, mother of
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Story and Screen Play by DAVID LANG
Ploducedby WALLACE MDOOIlDi. OicIed by FRED F. SEOA
- FEATURE No. 2 --


COlOR by DR LURE IUXEIPV
CNEMASCOPeiC- j

TUESDAY






Play Hollywood
Every Tuesday
Wednesday & Thursday


the bride-to-be.
The hostesses presented Miss
Burnette with a gift of crystal.
Miss Hazel Burnette, bride-elect
of Fberuary 2 was feted Wednes-
day at the Seven Seas Restaurant
in Panama City with a bridal lun-
cheon by Mrs. Ned S. Porter.
The luncheon table was centered
with a basket arrangement contain-
ing fugi mums, stock and pastel
chrysanthemums, interspersed with
fern. Individual place cards of bri-
dal motif marked the seating ar-
iangement for the. talle. The bridal
-motif was also featured in the
cloth and napk:cs. Favors of min-
iature parasols, decorated in silver
and white design were .presented
to the guests. -
Mrs. Porter presented the honor-
ee with two pair of colonial figur-
ines, as a moment of the occasion.
The invited luncheon guests includ-
ed, the honoree Miss Burnette, Mrs.
Gale Traxler, Jr., of Pensacola;
Mrs. Harry Bell Douglas of Talla-
hassee; Mrs. Burt Glidden, mother,
of the bridegroom of Lancaster, Pa.
*Mrs. Strafford Barke. mother of
the honoree, Mrs. Byron Eells, Sr.,
Mrs. Harry Saunders, Mrs. J. La-
mar Miller, Mrs. Paul Fensom;
Mrs. Marc L. Fleishel, Jr., of Lutz,,
and Mrs. Grady Hutchinson of Pan-
ama City.
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MEETS WITH MRS, JACKSON
The Truthseekers Sunday School
Class met for their regular monthly
business meeting February 5 in the
home of Mrs. Ralph Jackson. Mrs.
Jackson led the devotional with
each member present taking part.
The visitation program which has
been underway for quite some time
was the main topic for discussion.
Refreshments were served by the
hostess and a social hour enjoyed
by all present.




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Week End Guests
Miss Lynn Fleishel of Lutz, Fla.,
and Dexter Travler of Pensacola
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Fensom and their daughter, Judy
over the week end. The young peo-
ple were attending the Burnette-
Glidden wedding.

Guest of Barkes
W. M. Barke of Tampa has been
the guest of -his son and daughter-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Barke.
He attended the wedding of Miss
Hazel Burnette -and Lt. Harry Glid-
den, Saturday.
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Lt. Normand P. Hean, and Lt.
Kenneth S. Jueckta of Fort Ben-
ning, Columbus, Ga., flew down
for the wedding of Miss Hazel Bur-
nette and Lt. Harry Glidden Sat-
urday.


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THUMAYA", FEBRIUARY 7, 1057i


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Hazel Ginn Burnett

Of Lt. Harry Rathbui

'On February 2 at 5:00 p.m at
St. James' Episcopal Church, Miss
Hazel Ginn Burnette became the
bride of Lt. Harry Rathbun Glid-
den, U. S. Army. The bride is the
daughter of Mrs. Strafford Levason
Barke of Port, St. Joe and Lt. Glid-
den is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Burt
Rufus Glidden, Sr., of 141 Maple
Lane, Lancaster, Pa.
The Rev. Harry Bell Douglas, Jr,
of Tallahassee, said the vows, as-
sisted by the Rev. Gardner D. Un-
derhill, rector. Mrs. 'Mark Tomlin-
son was organist.
Given in marriage by her step-
father, Strafford Levason Barke,


e Becomes Bride he
Mrs. Glidded, a graduate of Port
n Glidden February 2 Mrs ., 'aI of
ida State University where she was
a member of Zeta Tau Alpha so-
Harry Douglas, Jr., of Tallahassee cial sorority.
were enchanting in Identical attire Lt. Glidden attended the Man-
as the honor matron. Their flow- helm Township schools and was
ers were old-fashioned nosegays of graduated from the Westtown
cerise pink sweetheart roses adged School, Westtown. He attended
with pale pink carnations and Millersville State Teachers College
matching French illusion ruching. as a Penn State freshman before
Lt. Glidden had as his best man, entering the service in Sept. 1950.
his brother, Richard B. Glidden of Lt. Glidden who is a regular Army
Philadelphia, Pa., and ushers were officer, received his commission
Edward Bells of Port St. Joe and while serving in Korea in 1'962.
Hurt R. Glilden, Jr., of Wilming- He recently received his pilot
ton, Del. wings at the Army Aviation School
Mrs. Barke chose fjr her dauigh- at Fort Rucker, Ala. He is present
ter's wedding an original Suzy Per- ly assigned to Board Number 3,
ette model of peacock blue Peau Continental Army Command at Forc
de Sois fashioned along princess Benning, Ga., as an aviation offi-


the bride was exquisitely gowned lines and having an empire bodice
in a white starched taffeta Emma designed with deep-draped pleats
Doml creation posed over nylon which tied at the back just below
crinolines. The gown was designed the shoulders and fell in wide folds
with full princess lines. Starched to the hemline. The portrait neck-
Rosepoint lace over starched Taf- line was edged with self-material
feta formed the upper bodice. The points over an insertion of mauve
off-shoulder portrait neckline was colored satin that terminated In a
edged with folds of starched French soft bow below the right shoulder.
illusion. Small lace-covered buttons The bow was be-jeweled with a Mir-
closed the back of the bodice. The lam Haskell crescent-shaped brooch
full-length Rosepoint lace sleeves of jade and amethyst. She wore
terminated in points at the wrists complimenting ear-clips and brace-
and too were ornamented with let. Mrs. Glidden's matching hat
small lace-covered buttons. The in- was of close fitting mauve colored
teresting backline of the skirt fea- straw framed with feathered chlf-
tured inserted fan-shaped panels of fon in blending shades having a
the all-over starched Rosepoint brief jewel-ornamented veil. She
lace extending gracefully below the wore formal-length dover k i d
bustle-effect bow into the Chapel gloves. Her charcoal blue silk slip-
train. pers were adorned with cut-steel
Her finger-tip veil of sheer buckles corresponding with her
French illusion fell from a stiffened handbag of cut-steel. Her corsage
lace cap-let outlined in seed pearls was pink camellias.
and irredescent sequins. A delicate A reception in St. James' Parish
necklace of tear-drop pearl's adorn- House followed the wedding. Floor
ed her throat. Her cascading hand hostesses were Mrs. Paul Fensom,
bouquet was of double white car- Mrs. Ned S. Porter, Mrs. Joseph V.
nations and with this she carried Dowd, Mrs. Byron W. Bells, STr.,
a white satin-covered bridal pray- and Mrs. Harry Saunders. Mrs.
erbook. The matron of honor, Mrs. Marc Fleishel and Miss Blythe Bur-
Will iRamsey, was enchantingly nette served the cake. Miss Lynn
gowned in a champagne-pink model Fleishel, Miss Judy Fensom, Miss
of paper taffeta. The molded prin Kathleen Dowd and Miss Barbara
cess lines of the gown extended Eells served punch. Mrs. Wayne
into a point in the back deep into Biggs kept the bride's book.
the bouffant skirt that fell from a 'In the early evening, Lt. and Mrs.
self material bias fold encircling Glidden left on a wedding trip to
the midskirt. The decollete portrait New Orleans and upon their return
neckline was 'similarly finished will reside at 5019 Armour Road,
about the shoulders and formed a Columbus, Ga.


v-shape at the back corresponding
with the back interest of the sk'rt.
Both v-shapes were ornamented
with chic bows of paper taffeta.
She wore a jeweled tiara of cham-
pagne pink velvet. Matching lustre
pearl's and crushed three-quarter
length gloves completed her cos-
tume. 'Her cascading arm bouquet
was of cerise sweetheart roses
framed with pale pink carnations
and French illusion.
The bridesmaids, Mrs. J. Gale
Traxler, Jr., of Pensacola and Mrs.,


Mrs. Glidden chose for her going-
away outfit a sheer wool suit in
dusty pink, designed by Marquee.
It was embellished with cut-cryStal
jeweled ornamentation at the lapel
and lower jacket. Her mushroom-
shaped hat was a Friedmont origin-
al of feathery miniature rows of
blush-pink chiffon adorned with a
single cut-crystal clip. She wore ab-
breviated short white doeskin
gloves, black patent slippers and
handbag completed her attire and
she wore the center white carna-


cer.


Out-of-town guests registered at
the reception were Mr. and Mrs.
Burt R. Glidden, Sr., of Lancaster,
Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Burt R. Glidden,
Jr., of Wilmington, Del.; Mr. and
Mrs. Richard B. Glidden of Phila-
delphia, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Marc
L. Fleishel, Jr., and daughter, Miss
Lynn Fleishel of Tampa; Mr. and
Mrs. L. R. Trapnell, Tallahassee;
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Saunders, Al-
berton, Ga.; Miss Blythe Burnette,
Valdosta, Ga.; Judge and Mrs. E.
Clay Lewis, Panama Cit;y Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Holley, Marianna; Mrs.
Gale Traxler, Jr., Mrs. Gale Trax-
ler, Sr., Miss Lynnette Traxler and
Dexter Traxler of Pensacola; Rev.
and Mrs. Harry B. Douglas, Jr., of
Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. Max
Kilbourn, Wewahitchka; Lt. Nor-
mand P. Dean, Fort Benning, Co-
lumbus, Ga.; Rev. and Mrs. Barnum
MoCarty, Apalachicola; and W. M.
Barke of Tampa; Mr. and Mrs.
Louis J. Fortier of New Orleans,
La.
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OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
ATTEND WEDDING
Out of town guests who attended
the wedding of Miss Hazel Burnette
and Lt. Harry Glidden were Mr.
and Mrs. Burt R. Glidden, Sr., of
Lancaster, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Burt
R. Glidden, Jr., of Wilmington, Del.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Glidden
of Philadelphia, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs
Marc L. Fleishel and daughter Lynn
of Lutz.; Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Trap-
nell, Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs.
Dudley iSaunders, Elberton, Ga.;
Miss Blythe Burnette, Valdosva,
Ga.; Judge and Mrs. E. Clay Lew-
is, Panama City; Mr. and Mrs.
Glenn Holley, Marianna; Mrs. Gale
Traxler, Jr.; Mrs. Gale Traxler, Sr.;
Miss Lynette Traxler and Dexter
Traxler of Pensacola; Mr. and Mrs.
Kilbourn, Wewahitchka and the
Rev. Barnum McCarty, Apalachi-
cola.
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This announcement is made with pleasure and
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(less a couple of periods) and returns here with enthus-
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and policies of doing business and is thoroughly famil-
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you will extend him the hand of welcome and we feel
sure he'll serve you pleasantly and efficiently. Thank
youl Your friends,
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TRAINING PANTS

4pr.



96c
\

Sizes 0-3. Double thickness.
White and colors. You have
bought thousands of pairs of
these from BOYLES.

STORE OPEN
FRIDAY EVENINGS
UNTIL 8:30 P.M.


KEEP YOUR EYE ON BOYLES NEW DEAL Save With Cash at BOYLES No Bills No Worry!

LADIES' ROBES GIRL'S DENIM JEANS
Tufted Chenille
lovely rich colors. 1.98 $ 1.17 Pair
Nylon and Corduroy W Were $2.39
Values to $5.95 $2m9 Red, black, green, blu;e Built strong and tough for plenty, of,
Prints and patterns. You'll want several. hard wear. Sizes 7 .to 14..

EVERY CUSTOMER MUST BE SATISFIED SERVE YOURSELF WHEN YOU DESIRE TO
SHIP 'N SHORE CHILDREN'S SWEATERS
Ladies Long Sleeve Blouses $1.98 Vau 78c

$1.98 Values $1.37

$2.98 Value $1.88 $2.98 Values ------ $1.08
Pert and pretty. Hurry on down to -Boyles, 'cause these won't All sizes. Broken styles and colors. Save as you spend at
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You'll Save 10 to 25% Deppndable Merchandise
with cash! VALENTINE SPECIAL, FEB. 14 Always at Boyles

SCRAMBLE TABLE MOJUD HOSE LADIES' SKIRTS
SCRAMBLE TABLE New arrivals. Newest spring shades
O1.50 Pair NE $2.57
It's worth a trip to Boyles $12 1.50 Pair GROUP
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just to see these bargains for. We also have the 'Stretchy" hose for ladles. ONE
We aren't sure exactly GROUP *
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NEW VALUES This Will Be A Gay Spring This'll Be A Hit! STRIKE IT RICH
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Men's Dress Children's Boy's
STRAW HATS C 0 A T S SOX pr. 9 SUITS & SPORT COATS
VALUES TO 39c 2 PRICE
$1.00 $1.98 First quality. We Just have too/
A pre-season Clearance. Some VALUES TO $6.95 many. Cottons, nylons. All sizes Clean and styled right. We are
slightly soiled, but all a solid Only 6 at this ridiculous price, but rush, they won't stay on the just giving you some CASH bar-
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LADIES' SHOES
REDUCED TO

$2.77 and $3.77
1 table loaded with bargains.
Sizes 5-9. Lots of styles and
colors. Sure to please.

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Men's Dress

TROUSERS

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Flannels, gabs, worsteds. Sizes
from 27 to 44 waist. Prices cut
to save money for you.


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Sizes 32-46
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. Last Chance on These
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$2.99
41 pairs to go. Values to $9.95.
Broken styles and sizes. Some
new styles reduced for this
event.

Take Your Time at Boyles;
Boys' Long Sleeve
SPORT SHIRTS
Buy one at regular price,
get another of the same
quality for

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THE STAR

Published Every Thursdai At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
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do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


RELUCTANT AWAKENING


The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors


NEWS FROM

Highland View
By HELEN RICHARDS
Phone BAIl 7-2627


PUZZLE No. 481


ACROSS
1 ough shelter
5 Brushed
0 Head cover-
ings
4 Prefix:
half
6 Father
it Opposed to
weather
T Tune
9 Remainder
10 Eremite
12Bank of aenal
opposite
towpath
M Correlatiye
of either
i5 Pacific island
screw pine
W6 Polishes
10 Leap on one
foot
3 Gratuities
& Mountain in
Oregon
S8 Pope's triple
crown
40 Fish ggs
a1 Three strIkes
(pL)
A Ol of roses
43 Remove
MA country
S (abb'r.)rs
' t Tall marsh
W Hdu chari-
table gift
47 Try out


49 Bitter vetch
50 Diners
52 Sun god
54 A direction
55 Agreeable
61 City of
Wyoming
65 Disembark
from a ship
66 Lasso
68 Weight of
India
69 Great Lake
70 Go in
71 An ancient
country N. of
Persian gulf
72 Assists
73 Plants
74 Lairs
DOWN
1 Ruler of Iran
2 At this place
3 Turkish title
4 Valuable gems
5 Small bar-
racuda
6 Pale
7 Greenland
settlement
8 Man's
nickname
9 Woody plant
20 Floor
11 Appellation
carpeting
of Athena
12 Nuisance
13 A son of Adam
21 Anger


23 51 (Rom.
num.)
26 Yell
27 Abode
28 Particles
29 Look at
fixedly
30 Dislikes
intensely
31 Toward the
center
32 Analyze
grammatically
34 Feminine
name
35 Kind of bear
36 Appears
39 Roman road
43 Abhorred


48 Swaps
61 Collection
of facts
53 While
55 Entreaty
56 Hook money.
57 Wife of
Geraint
58 Angers
59 Baseball
team
60 Portal
61 Vehicles
62 European
63 Ardor
64 Male sheep
(pl.)
67 Spread for
drying


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Answer to Puzzle NO, 430


Mrs. Frances Lovett of Oak
Grove visited with Mr. and Mrs.
L. H. Kelly, Sunday afternoon.
An enjoyable occasion was the
birthday dinner given by the W. C.
Forehand's for their son, H. V.
Forehand, Saturday, February. 2.
They also had as their dinner
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Fenny, friends
from Kokomo, Indiana.
Mrs. Katherine Brown and
daughter, Barbara spent the week
end in Florala, Ala.
S. C. Player and T. 0. Richards
made a business trip to Wewahitch-
ka, Tuesday.
Friends of Mrs. J. R. Wilkins
will be glad to learn that she is re-
cuperating at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. J. L. McQuaig, after
a short stay in the Panama City
hospital.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Floyd and family for two weeks,
are his mother and sister, Mrs.
Martha IPieper and Miss Anna
Floyd of Peoria, Illinois.
Mrs. Edna Sanders and daugh-
ter Janet of Panama City visited
Mrs. Luther Christmas Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Foster and
Mrs. Ethel Sellars visited relatives
in Panama City Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Christmas of
Oak Hill were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Christmas.

G. A. Meeting
The Jeannie Crowder Intermed-
iate G. A, of the Highland View
Baptist Church met Monday night
at 7:30 at the church. Jeannie Co-
ker called the meeting to order.


Mrs. Dubose led the girls in prayer
for them. The I, iw.'I i and alle-
giance was given. The program, f.fa-
turing YWA focus weke was, "Pro-
gress Being Made From 1907-1957".
Those taking part on the program
were: Helen Richards, Linda Tho-
mas and Jean Butler. The group
then sang, "On The Jericho Road
and was dismissed by Helen Rich-
ards. The WMU of the Highland
View Baptist Church met Monday
for their business meeting. Scrip-
ture was the 111 Psalm. Prayer
was given by Mrs. -Ruth Harbuck.
The group sang, "The Kingdom Is
Coming". Reports were given by
the various committee chairmen.
There were ten ladies present. All
members are urged to' be present
next Monday, as Mrs. Jackson will
teach the mission book. Mrs. IRich-
ter dismissed the meeting with a
prayer.


~/ ;. --" Men's Club Meets
The Men's Club of Highland
View entertained their wives with
Sa chicken nsupper Friday night at
the school auditorium. The menu
consisted of chicken, salad, toma-
With the group singing, "When toes, pickles, bread, cake and cof-
The Morning Comes". Scripture .or fee which was enjoyed by all.
the evening was taken from Matt.
13:1-2, with Margaret Patterson of- Star Want Ads Get Results
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Over WSCS Meeting struction and expected performance peter aluminum sphere moving at 18
__ of the Rocket propulsion and gui- thousand miles per hour, at that
The Woman's Society of Christ- dance system which has been de- altitude.
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at the First Methodist Church with into Espace approximately 300 miles satellite would spiral around the
above the surface of the earth. He earth in a path which would be ia-
the president, Mrs. Ralph Swatts described the radio and optical lined to the plane of the earth's
presiding over the monthly business tracking system which would be equator at an angle of 30 degrees


Elsie Is A New Mother ..

It's Twins!
A BOY and A GIRL CALF


Name Elsie's Twins



$100700001PRIZES
$100,000 IN

$25,000 $5,000 $1,000
First Prize Second Prize Third Prize
It's just 100 years since The Borden Company started out
In business, so-to celebrate this big occasion-there's a total
of $100,000 in prize for the best names. Prizes for everyone in
the family.
SEND IN AS MANY AS YOU WANT. You may submit as many
names as you wish-just remember each pair must be accom-
panied by a label, bottle cap, box top, etc., (or reasonable fac-
simile) from one of the fine Borden products. Get entry blanks
from your store or delivered at your home by your Borden Dairy
man. Or you may send in your names on plain paper.



Harden's Dairy
FOR HOME DELIVERY PHONE


PORT ST. JOE


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meeting.
Mrs. Robert King, spiritual life
chairman, presented the program.
Her topic, "As A Man Thinketh"
was given in an interesting talk,
"As A Man Thinketh" was given in
an interesting talk, followed with
prayer. Mrs. Swatts presided over
the business meeting. It was an-
nounced that the district meeting
will be held in the First Methodist
Church, Panama City, March 1,5 at
9 a.m. All members are urged to
attend. The World Day of Prayer
will be held at the First Methodist
Church, March 8 at 7:30 p.m. All
members of their churches in the
city are expected to take part. Meet-
ing of the circles and their meet-
ing places were announced as fol-
lows: Circle 1 in the home of Mrs.
0. M. Taylor; Circle 2 in the home
of Mrs. W. D. Jones; Circle 3 in the
home of Mrs. Id Ramsey and Circl'e
4 in the homb of Mrs. Leonard Be-
lin. All circles will meet Monday
at 3 p.m.
The meeting closed with the
WSCS benediction. 25 members
were present.
Scientist Tells Rotarians
Of Satellite Program
Dr. Philip M. Fitz Patrick, phy-
sicist at the U. S. Navy Mine De-
fense Laboratory, presented a 20
minute discussion of the purpose
of the International Geophysical
Year, 195i7-1958, and Projects Van-
gaurd at the Port St. Joe Rotary
luncheon in the St. Joe Motel last
Thursday.





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The low-price field never looked like this before! The handsome husky you see right here has the
boat still rocking... with more power, more wheelbase, more room-and more sheer pride of
ownership-than ever before possible on a well-trained budget! Just look at what they're making
room for now in the low-price lineup: a strapping 347 cu. in., 10 to 1 compression rado
Strato-Streak V-8 .. a whopping, road-hugging 122 inches of wheelbase and an all-new suspension
system for a Level-Line Ride that's next best thing to a magic carpet! And this streamlined
beauty takes on the field with more than six dozen "firsts", all proved by 100,000 of the
roughest, toughest test miles a group of facts-minded engineers could devise! If this sounds like a
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-of the low-price jobs, this newcomer is making big-time buyers out of former "all-three" owners!


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Prescriptions compounded by
a GRADUATE Pharmacist
JOHN ROBERT SMITH
Pharmaceutical Chemist

Symptoms of Distress Arising from
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DUETO EXCESS ACID
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* Over five million packages of the
WILLARD TREATMENT have been sold
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this home treatment-free--at
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Smith's Pharmacy
Port St. Joe, Florida


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15 Years Experience
ALL WORK GUARANTEED FREE ESTIMATES

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VELVETTA 32c
SANTA ROSA NO. 2 CAN
PINEAPPLE 25c
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BOSTON BUTTS
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Register's Green Hill
SAUSAGE
1b. 39c
FIRST CUT
PORK CHOPS
lb. 49c
Guaranteed Fresh Ga. Grade A
LARGE EGGS
2 doz. 87c


U. S. NO. 1
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Fresh
STRING BEANS
lb. 19c
FRESH CRISP
CELERY 1Oc
LARGE STALK
FRESH GOLDEN
BANANAS

Ib. 10c
Armour's (Limited)
COOKING OIL
No. 10 jug $1.49


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SALTINES
lb. 27c


FACTORY PACK
SUGAR
5 lbs. 39c
WITH $5.00 ORDER
PILLSBURY
BISCUITS

2for 23c
Maxwell House
COFFEE
b. can 99c

HEINZ CATSUP'
14 oz. 23c

Blackburn's
SYRUP
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Market

Corner Williams & Third
RIGHT POLITE
PRICES CLERKS


TRADE: Automobile in good run-
ning condition for good television
set. Gulf Printing & Litho. lip
LOST: DD form 214 Army Release
*Form. Sometime Monday after-
noon or Tuesday. Name, Barnes R.
Ford. If found please return to
The Star or turn in to the post of-
fice. ltp
FOR SALE: House on Woodward
Avenue and one on McClellan.
FOR SALE: Home at Oak Grove.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAllI 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
FOR SALE: Two bedroom house
with bath and wate rheater. Sit
uated on two lots at 405 Madison
Street, Oak Grove. Deep well, elec-
tric water pump and garage includ-
ed. Priced to sell for only $4,000.00
About $1,500.00 down and balance
on long term mortgage. 2tc
FRANK HANNON
221 Reid Ave. Phone 7-3491
FOR SALE: 'Lot. Size 130X140 in
,Oak Grove. Call BAll 7-3071 or
see John McKenzie. 3tpl-31

SPECIAL SERVICES
TV ANTENNAS installed, clean-
ed and re-wired. Phone BA 7-9921.
Bill Bowen, ttc6-14
TOR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors r(e
)aired, also.
ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work
guaranteed. Quick' dependable
service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid AVe
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li-
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
.-3032. tfc
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
Reel Parts and Repairs
'ADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
4WAP.


LOSE UGLY FAT
IN TEN DAYS
OR MONEY BACK
If you are overweight, here is the
first really thrilling news to come
along in years. A new and conven-
lient way to get rid of extra pounds
Easier than ever ,so you can be as
slim and trim as you want. This
new product called DIATRON curbs
both hunger and appetite. No drugs
no diet, no exercise. Absolutely
harmless. When you take -DIAT-
RON, you still enjoy your meals,
still eat the foods you like but you
simply don't have the urge for extra
portions and automatically your
weight must come down, because,
as your own doctor will tell you,
when you eat less, you weigh less.
Excess weight endangers your
heart, kidneys. So no matter what
you have tried before, get DIAT-
RON and prove to yourself what it
can do. DIATRON is sold on this
GUARANTEE: You must lose
weight with the first package you
use or the package costs you'noth-
ing. Just return the bottle to your
druggist and get your money back.
DIATRON costs $3.00 and is sold
with this strict money back guar-
antee by:
SMITH'S PHARMACY
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Mail Orders Filled
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. eating night every other
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs-
days, 7:30 p. m. In Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
brethren Invited.
A. P. GILBERT, Secty.
G. F. LAWRENCE, N. G. -
fHERE 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.
EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M.
ROY L. BURCH, Seoty.
All Master Masons cordially invited.
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddie,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.


CLASSIFIED ADS Dr. Stamper To Speak
NEW SPRING SUITS are arriving. To The Presbyterians'
'See them before you buy. Don't
forget to enter the big ANNIVER- Dr. George 7Stamper, the vice-
SAIRY CONTEST at STONES'
SHOP FOR MEN, the store of qual- president of Columbia Theological
ity and style at popular prices. Seminary in Decatur. and known
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment for his work in advising and
For couple only. 515 rhird St. strengthening churches will be here
today to study the churches in the
FOR RENT: House at the Beach. area and to give information and in-
See Bill Carr at the St. Joe Hard
ware Co. tf c--31 spiration to the men about the work
o-- 1 of the church. He will' deal in par-
FOR RENT: Furnished cottages ticular with church building and fi-
and apartments on the Beach 9 nance, and then give helpful ideas
miles from Port St. Joe. $45.00 to 'els Stm wi
$65.00 monthly, weekly rates avail- in other realms. D_ Stamper will
able. See Mrs. C. E. Thompson at aiso confer with the Bethel-by-the-
Costin's Cottages, Beacon Hill. To]. Sea (Presbyterian Church and the
BAIJ 7-5074. 8tp-12-27 Wewahitchka 'Presbyterian Church.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished garage Dr. :Stamper is a graduate of An-
apt. Two bedroom. Dangerous
driveway, toddlers not preferred.
1015 Monument Ave. Call 7-7'396. KEEP THIS ADI
FOR SALE: 12" plywood boat and
trailer. Reasonable. 110 Hunter Over 20,000 Arthritic and Rheu.
Circle. Phone 7-2541. Itp matic Sufferers have taken Lis
___ medicine since it has been on the
WANTED: ISalesman, collector, market. It is inexpensive, can oe
Furniture experience preferred., taken in the home. For Free infor-
Age 22-45. References required. mation, give name and 'address to
Good group hospitalization plan. P. 0. Box 1012, Hot iSprings, Ark.
Apply Danley Furniture Co., Port -
St. Joe. tfc-2-7


napolis and served for many years
as a naval chaplain. He is also a
friend through the years'of the pas-
tor and his family, and thus it is a
special privilege to have him in
Port St. Joe. He will also speak at
a prayer breakfast at 7:00 Friday
morning at th e Presbyterian
Church.
Timothy Elder of Port St. Joe is
a student at the Columbia 'Semin-
ary.
---------
Visitor From Washington
Col. C. Dowd, of Washington. D.
C., is the guest of his brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Dowd on Garrison Avenue. Col.
Dowd is enroute to Dallas, Texas.


REVIVAL


Oak Grove Assembly of God Church -

BEGINNING SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10
Services at 7:30 p.m. Each Evening


Rev. and Mrs.

Aaron


H.


Gillman

Evangelists


* SPECIAL SINGING -- OLD FASHION PRAYING
* OLD FASHION GOSPEL PREACHING
* SPECIAL MUSIC -- The Gillman's play Electric Guitar, Accordian,
piano, Tambourine, Tomberine, Hawaiian Guitar, Mandoline
* Interesting for Yo'ung People 0 Prayer for the Sick

Everyone Welcome You Will Be Blessed
Rev. FRED H. HADLEY, Pastor


STOREWIDE


THIS IS NOT JUST ANOTHER 2SALE--READ ON, SEE THE SAVINGS-
COMPARE OUR PRICES with any -- Quality at the lowest price ever offered.


NEW FURNITURE
HEAVY DUTY 'REG. $12.95
LINOLEUM RUGS
NOW $9.95


3 'Platform Rockers
Tapestry upl. magh. finish
2 Cocktail Chairs
Tap. upl. ebony finish
1 Occasional Chair
Tap. upl. blonde finish
1 Streit Chair
and Ottoman-Tapestry upl
ottoman upl. removable, top.
2 Corner Whatnots
Unfinished


PRICE REDUCED
TO
$19.95 $14.95

12.95 8.95

37.50 9.95

119.50 59.50
. blonde finish.

3.95 1.00


2 Hollywood Headboards 17.95
Single size plastic covered


19 Blankets
5% wool-choice of color


FOOD'


321 Reid Avenue


STORE


5:95


5.95 4.50


Plastic top, Plastic top. Plastic upholstery
7/8 chrome legs
5-Piece DINETTE
NOW $49.95


'Port St. Joe, Fla,


SUPER-RIGHT Western Corn Fed-HALF or WHOLE


Pork Loins Ib 45c
SUPER-RIGHT Western Tender Choice-Half or Whole


Lamb iEGS Ib 59c


All Good Sugar-Cured Sliced Breakfast


Bacon


Crisp Tender 2 LB. BAG

Carrots


Fresh Firm Ripe 2 CTNS.

Tomatoes
A & P Instant 6 OZ. JAR

Coffee


47c



13c


2 Electric 'Blankets
Single control, top quality


1 Norge 179.95
Automatic. Good condition, 55 model.
Slightly scratched


4 Oil Heaters 49.95
Circulator. Good condition. We've still
weather coming.


PRICE REDUCED
TO
29.95 21.95


2 Step Stools 9.95 7.95
Utility, steel, study. To give years of service.
2 4-pc. Bedroom Suites 99.95 84.50
Bed, chest, dresser and mirror


3 Sofa Beds 69.95
Sylmer upl. (invisible slip covers). Red,
grey, best construction


59.95
beige,


1 5-pc. Bedroom Suite 289.95 179.95
Blonde. Vanity, mirror, chest, bed, nite table,
blonde mhg.


2 Cedar Chests
1 blonde mhg. 1 lined finish


59.95 49.95


1 8-pc. Dining 'Rm. Suite 329.95 269.95
Mahg. 6 chairs, buffet chair. Extension table.


2 iaby Hi Chairs
Birch finish, adjustable tray
1 3-pc. Sectional Sofa
Club chair and 2 pc. sofa


12.95 10.95

279.95 169.95


I, 2-pc. Sectional Sota 'ri9.'9 i79.Y


25c


$1.25


NOW, YOU'VE 'READ THIS AD Aren't these the biggest savings you've ever had a chance at


Fowhand Furniture Company


I9R REID AVENUE


1 Rerigerator
Firestone. 7 cu. ft. Good
1 Elect. Range
Norge Apt. size. 4 burn
condition, oil porcelain.

3 Mattresses
Innerspring. Good condit
2 Coil Springs
Good condition
2 Dinettes
Table only. Plastic top,


119.95


9.95
got cold


79.95 59.95
I condition. Must be seen
99.95 75.00
ers, full size oven. Good

24.95 19.95
Lion
14.95 9.95

12.95 8.50
chrome legs.


USED FURNITURE
USED REDUCED
PRICE TO
1 Bendix Washer 59.95 14.95
Semi-atito. on casters, working condition
1 Easy Washer 59.95 32.50
Wringer type. smooth running, a good buy


2 Sofa Beds 49.95 37.50
Woven plastic. Good buy construction. Good
condition thruout. Easily cleaned.
3 Sofa Beds 39.95 12.95
Woven plastic. Good springs and construction
4 Platform Rockers 19.95 9.95
Woven plastic. Good buy and construction.
8 End Tables 9.95 5.95
L. 0. Marlite top. Stain resistant
I 1 Bedroom Suite 99.95 64.50
4-pcs. Lined oak. Plate glass mirror, double
dresser, chest and bar bed.


624 COIL SPRING $99.00 Value

INNERSPRING MATTRESS
and BOX SPRING

Both Only $79.95


'Phone BAll 7-7181


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There is NO QUESTION about
the fact that we stock the very
latest pharmaceutical drugs. -
We make it a point to keep
abreast of medical .advance-
ments so that your doctor may
prescribe for you without hesi-
tation. It's a good idea to re-
member that, in our business,
question marks have been
removed.



Buzzett's Drug Store
PHONE 7-31371


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'?HOsbAY, FRRUARY 197t 10


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Mrs. Pridgeon Presides
At WMU Meeting Mon.
Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon presided ov-
er the monthly business meeting of
the First Baptist Woman's Mission-
ary Society when they met on Mon-
day afternoon at 3 p.m. at the
church.
The meeting opened with the
singing of the year song, "From
Greenland's Icy Mountains" fol-
lowed with a prayer by Mrs. W. I.
Carden.
Mrs. Gene Martin and Mrs. Ruth
Wilson presented thn devotional in
the form of a skit entitled, "The
Prayer Life of a Shut-in".
During the business, the roll call
was answered by 30 members in-
cluding the Young People's cbun-
president that an Associational


selors. TReport- were give from all
chairmen. It was announced by the
meeting of the Intermediate Girl's
Auxiliary will be held at the church
on Tuesday night, February 12. A
Home Mission study will be held on
Thursday, Feb. 28 with an all day
service at the church beginning at
10 a.m. A covered dish luncheon
will be served. This proceeds the
week of Home Missions which be-
gins March 4. The book, "Home
Missions U.S.A." will be taught by
Mrs. Ralph Nance and Mrs. C. By-
ron Smith. Next Monday, all pro-
gram chairnien of the circles of
the WM1S with prayer and stew-
ardship chairman, will meet at the
church Monday at 3 p.m. to form
plans for the week of prayer.
The meeting was closed with
prayer by Mrs. E. C. Cason.
i. t pays to advertise try it!


CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our apprec-
iation to our friends for their kind-
ness, floral expressions and sympa-
thy extended to us at the death of
our father, Earnest McGowin.
NELDL M. CAfiGIALL
C. A. McGOWIN
Guests of Porters
Mrs. Marc L. Fleishel, Jr., was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ned S.
Porter Thursday 'and iFriday of last
week. Mrs. Fleishel is from Lutz.
Guests From Pensacola
Mrs. Gale Traxler, 'Sr., of Pensa-
cola was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Ned S.. Porter Saturday and Sun-
day of last week.
,Miss Sibbie Brinson student at
Florida State Universi.y, is visit-
ing with her parents this week end.


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need straight-as-an-arrow support every night of the year


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delighted with their purchase!
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The Correct Posture is made to keep your spine straight-.. to prevent the
gnawing aches caused by inadequate support.
So, ior healthful, restful sleep from now on, come in and order your CGorrect
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only $49.50!
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Georgia Grade 'A' Small


-Eggs 3 doz $$1.0y
6 Oz. Maxwell House Washing Powders
INSTANT COFFEE $1.33 GIANT TIDE box 755c
10 Oz. Sunshine Crisco
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Pet, Carnation and Silver Cow Robin Hood
Canned MILK 3 ig. cans 41 c FLOUR 10 lb. 85c
WITH $5.00 GROCERY ORDER OR MORE LIMIT ONE TO A CUSTOMER


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Grade A Reg. With $1.00 Grocery order or MorePREMIUM CRACKERS b. 25c
IRISH POTATOES 10 lb. 33c PREMIUM CRACKERS lb. 25c

No. 303 Can Half or Whole
TOMATOES 3 cans 35C SLAB BACON 31bs. $1.00
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