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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: May 23, 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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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).
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THE


STAR


Port St. Joe The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Ghltthiooshee Vlley"


VOLUME XX


SIngle Copy 8o


JORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1957


Intramural Board Gives

Babe Ruth Award
By PAT SPEARS
The Intramural Board of the
Port S. Joe High School present-
ed fi1ip annual Babe Ruth Sports
lrmainip Award program, Wednes-
day, May 15, in the High School
gym.
The purpose of the award is to
honor one boy and girl in the
school who shows outstanding qual-
ities of sportsmanship in everyday
activities, not necessarily in sport
events.
'The nominees were selected by
the faculty with the student body
electing their favorite candidate
'by popular ballot. The faculty nom-
inated 4Barbara Mitchell, Wanda
Kennington, Celia Tomlinson, Blair
Shuford, Tommy Wilder and Leo
Punt.
Terry Hinote, president of the
Intramural Board, acting as master
of ceremonies, introduced Tommy
Wilder, who gave a speech on the
life of Babe Ruth. It was followed
,by an explanation of the award
given by Pat Spears. Terry then
introduced Jake Belin, guest speak-
er, who gave a very interesting
and significant speech on sports-
manship. The announcement of the
winners, Barbara Mitchell and
Blair Shuford was made by Coach
Marion Craig, sponsor of the Intra-
mural Board. Craig commended the
student body on their very excell-
ent choice in selecting these iwo
very wonderful and outstanding
people.
We, the student body of Port St.
Joe High feel very lucky to have
'had them as fellow students and
hate to depart with them. But we
know they will make a place for
themselves in the world as they
have done. at Port St. Joe High.


Band Is Set To

Recruit New Members
Herman R. Dean, director of taLe
Port St. Joe High School band an-
nounces that Tuesday, May 28, from
9:30 to 12:00 noon, has been -set
for conferences and aptitude test-
ing for new and prospective band
members. All students and parents
interested are requested to meet
with Mr. Dean in the Port St. Joe
Elementary School auditorium on
the above date and time. All chil-
dren are eligible who are now in
the sixth grade and who will be
promoted to the seventh grade next
school term.
Students who are already in at-
tendance in the High School may
confer with Mr. Dean at any time
during school hours. Only students
in the seventh through the ninth
grades are elibigle for new mem-
bership.
A six week summer course will
be set up for beginners on all band
instruments The summer sessii'a
will begin on Monday, June 17 and
end on Friday, July 26. Students
will be required to attend on an
average of two days out of -each
week for one hour periods. A sche
dule will be published in the local
newspaper and posted on the band
room bulletin board, at least one
week before the summer school be-
gins.
Mr. Dean states that he is avail-
able at all times to those who may
wish to discuss the musical educa-
tion of their children. This means
during 'school ,after school or at
night on any day of the week.


Weekly Calendar
Thursday, May 23
Rotary.
High School PTA. Last meeting
of them year. 8:00 p.m. at the High
School.
Little Boy's Baseball (Nat. Lea-
gue) 4:30 p.m. Krafties, Kiwanis.
(Amer. League) Dozers, Sockeys.
Masons, 7:30 p.m.
Friday, May 24
iLittle Boy's Baseball (Nat. Lea-
gue, 4:30 p.m. Rotary, Ford-Pontiac.
.(Amer. League), Boxers, Hard
Stars.
Monday, May 27
Boy Scouts, 8:00 p.m.
WSCS, 3:00 p.m.
Little Boy's Baseball (Nat. Lea-
gue), 4:30 p.m. Ford-iPontiac, Ki-
wanis. (Amer. League), Hard Stars
Sockeys.
M:30 p.m. Long Avenue Baptist
Men's Brotherhood.
Tuesday, May 28
Eastern Star, 7:30 p.m.
Methodist Men's Fellowship, 7:30
'Little Boy's Baseball (Na. Lea-
gue) 4:30 p.m. Rotary, Krafties.
(Amer. League), Boxers, Dozers.
(All dates and times furnished
by the Chamber of Commerce.
Call 7-3631 in the afternoons to
list your activity.)


The End of An Era




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A SALVAGE CREW brings down one or the smokesta..i.-. f ib- 1,.i
St. Joe Lumber and Export Company lumber mill here. The mill
is in the process of being torn down for scrap. With the passing of
the mill memories return of when this butsling industry in Port,
St. Joe once ran 24 hours a day producing lumber for war and
peace. The mill once employed hundreds with an annual payroll
of over a million dollars. Expense incurred in hauling logs for such
a large operation has spelled the doom of many other mills such
as this one throughout the South. (Star photo)


Fish Fry Planned For July 4


Kiwanis Club To

Sponsor Week

Of Peace Here


The Kiwanis Club of Port St.
Joe will lead local citizens in the
observance of Work and Pray for
SPermanent Peace Week, it was an-
nounced this week by Rex Addi-
son, president of the club.
The program was developed be-
cause of the sincere desire of most
Thinking people to "do something
about" achieving permanent peace,
Addison said. The Kiwanis Club is
asking local clergymen and reli-
gious lay leaders to bring their
own messages to the people on
how they can help to bring about
permanent peace, through their
prayers and through the power of
their individual codes of morality
and ethics.
Commenting on the forthcoming
observance. Addison quoted impor-
tant religious leaders as approving
the efforts of his club and Kiwanis
International in attempting "to
help the individual to help the
world to lasting peace."
Doctor Norman Vincent Peale,
Minister of M a r bI e Collegiate
Church in New York City, in com-
mentiug on "Work and Pray for
Permanent Peace Week," said: "I
believe that the most powerful
force that can be used in establish-
ing permanent peace is prayer. If
your organization can increase the
number of those who continually
pray for peace, the day of triumph
will be greatly hastened."
Rabbi Louis Binstock, of Temple
Sholon in ('ii .... said: "In Ju-
daism, 'peace' has always been the
primary objective of all our pray-
(Continued On Page 8)


Local Merchants Plan To




Give Away Money Weekly


Band Is Excellent

In All Divisions

By HERMAN DEAN
The Port St. Joe High School
Band returned last Sunday after-
noon from Orlando where they at-
tended the official state band con-
test. The local band competed with
11 other bands in the "CC" classi-
fication and came out with "Ex-
cellent" ratings in all phases of
contest in which tley were entered.
The band members were housed
in the swanky New Langford Ho-
tel located in Winter Park, just on
the outskirts of Orlando proper.
The hotel was equipped with a
fine swimming pool and the St. Joe
bandsmen spent most of their spare
time enjoying the cool water. The
hotel management complimented
the St. Joe boys and girls tor te kli\
fine conduct while in th.l hiotle Nu
major troubles were e:,.,,i-'ered
while away from home with the
exception of one damaged nose and
one slightly sick girl. These emer-
gencies were handled promptly by
our efficient chaperones with a
little local medical aid a, nominal
expense and perfect results. All
had a wonderful time and are much
better informed in the ways of
state band competition than ever
before. We now know just wha- it
takes to earn a "superior" rating.
It might be interesting to know
that there were a total of 60 higl-
school bands competing in all
classifications during the two days
of the contest. Each of these or-
ganizations will, average at least


Golden Harvest Fund Will Offer

Large Jackpot For Prize Each Week

A group of Port St. Joe's merchants are setting aside a
Golden Harvest Day each week to give away cash prizes to their
customers in appreciation for business given to them. The Gol-
den Harvest Day. will be a weekly event with everybody being
able to participate. The first Golden Harvest Day will be next
Saturday.


Sikes Says Local

Port Will Not Close
Washington, D. C.-Congressman
Bob Sikes announced this week
that he has received word from
Ralph Kelly, Commissioner of Cus-
toms, Bureau of Customs, U. S.
Treasury Department, that no ac-
tion will be taken to close the port
of Port St. Joe.
it, the report, Commissioner
'.Kiitv stated that the decision was
reached upon considering a most
comprehensive report submitted by
Honorable Merrill D. White, col-
lector of customs of the District of
Florida, which indicates that the
,prospects are promising that there
will be an increase in both imports
and exports at the Port St. Joe
port.
"I am very happy to make this
announcement", Sikes said, As I
am fully aware of the great impor-
,tance this port is playing in he
development of this section of the
state."


Boy ScouiCircus


gwas- vWWW, ,v u Vwa BM Im m 3 a &%Game, 55 players. This means that there Sh
Were something over 3,000 con es. PlnSa ng Up
r M n th Lon gnts in Orlando andvicinity for Next Friday at 8:00 p.m. is Boy
,Bands in P o t St. Joe's class rat- Scout Circus Day in Port St. Joe
S iBand in Port St. Joe's class rat- with Boy Scout Troop 47 scheduling
ed in the order following: Lake its annual circus on this data at
r\* f r n I r' I. I Wales, Pahokee, Trenton-Bell, Fer- i l u o ti d t
Divisions Set For Both Salt and saints Win Two a hokee, TrentonBel, Fe Centennial Field.
Saints Win Two Beach, Chipley, Tapon A forerunner of the night's per-
SSprings, Osceola, Moore Haven, formance will be a big circus par-
Fresh Water Fishing Enthusiasts To Stay On Top JOEEusts,Apopkaadeat 4:30 p.m. through the busi-
STo Stay n Tot mp a y be nFlora ted tha the Wewa ness section of town. With the big

At the last meeting of the St. Joe Boat Club held on May, SAINTS 6, PANAMA CITY 2 hitchka 'High School band also parade will be the Scouts own spe-
9, plans were made to hold a fishing rodeo and a committee was Thursday, May 16 the St. Joe competed in Class "CC" and made monkeys, horses and other wild
appointed to work out definite plans. Saints played Panama City at the a rating of "superior" in tneir and not so wild animals.
This committee has completed loca l park and had revenge for the sight reading contest. We are very The circus this year will bring
most of the necessary ground work Co., West Florida Gas Co, u In- game they dropped to Panama City proud of our friendliest come to you acts of rope walking, the
and announces that the rodeo will theprevious Sunday. The Saints tor and we wish to take tha.s op- only known human xylophone live
andbe held beginning June 1 through srance Agency, Danley Furnure pyed very good ball during he portunity to offer our heartiest con- TV shows, tumbling feats, magi-
June 30.. The rodeo will be in two CG., Leader Shoe Shop, Camnibell's game and the final score showed gratulations. Other scores made by cians, Indians, electricians (strict-
divisions, salt water and fresh wa. Drug Store, 'Boyles Departirent tl:e Saints on top 6-2. the Wewahitchka band are not ly union) the HighSchool and and
ter, with four classifications of slt Store, Orchidland Florist, Fire.- Hard luck again hit the Saints known because the organization is plenty of clowns
ater, fishadfiv classifictionsori i.ttllar second basinean, Basil Mc- not a member of the Florida Band- plenty of clowns.
water fish and five classifti.tions stone Home and Auto Supply, Kght While sliding into second master's Association. Along with the circus, a "Circus
of fresh water fish. These class fi- Smith's Pharmacy, Prince & Prin- bae somehow M eight got his I wish to take this opportunity Queen" contest is being sponsored
nations, are. ,ess. Shop Moden Frniture Go. Iba&6 somehow McKnight got his I wish to take this opportunity by the Scouts with voting to begin
cations are. cess Shop, Modern Furniture Co., 'rght foot in the wrong positioL to express appreciation to the fol-
SALT WATER St Joe Au'to Parts TOwrinng Gill u 0po to P appreciation Monday in business houses through-
SALT WATER St. Joe Auto Parts,Tomilinsoa Galf mand broke his ankle. This is tha lowing for their fine as stance out the city.
King mackerel, speckled trout, Sorvice Stationt 1h
King mackerel, speckled trout, Service Station. 'second time this season he has during the state band contest: Mrs. the ci ru.
red fish and ling. A further announcement will be beenp hurt. He was lit in the head Jewell Hinote, Mrs. Victor Ander- Producing the circus are Scout-
FRESH WATER made when all the plans are com- with a pitched ball in the firs son Mrs. Herman R. Dean,, Mrs. master John T. Simpson and Assis-
Bass, bream, sh eli cracker, plete giving the full program and game of the season. Sue Spaulding, Mrs. Howard Ean, tants, Dr. Wesley Grace, Gannon
speckled perch and warmouth. the prizes to be awarded !L each The Saints travel to Wewahitc personMrs Howard Ep-Buzzett and Earl McCormick.
This contest will be open to all classification. The official weigh Te Saints trav to w ewahtch- son, Billy Rae Bennett, and Mr. __
fishing enthusiasts both young and s honors cnte e ka tonight and will be home this Stephens. We ar6 also very grate- TROOP 313 PLANS FOR
fishing enthusiasts both young and ing station for this contest will bO coming Sunday, May 26 when they ful to all who contributed funds TROOP 313 PLANS FOR
old. Registration fees of $1.00 and atToinson's Gulf Service ca-npl ay Apalachicola. St. Joe has f to make the t rip possibuted unds HAY RIDE MAY 24
50c will be assessed to each parti- Tomlnson's L play Apalachicola. St. Joe has to make the trip possible.
50c will be assessed to each lpari tion. jumped out to first place in the Boy Scout Troop 313 met Mon-
cipant and this registration fee This will be the first contest of Gulf Coast League and have main- day at the Methodis: Church and
will entitle the participant to a this sort held in Port St. oe and tained that position so f. They trial Arts Show plans were made for thetroo to
free fish dinner at a fish fry to be should separate the men from the have won four games and lost one. Industrial Arts Show have a hay ride ond or the troo.day, May 24.
held on July 4 at the city park. A boys in the matter of who is the won fou games and lost one have a hay ride on Frday, Ma 24.
this time the winners will be an- best fisherman Aubrey Tomlinson SAINTS 10, WEWAHITCHKA 4 The Industrial Arts Class of the All scouts of this troop are urged
nounced and prizes awarded for the has assured The Star that his Tuesday, May 21 the St. Joe Port St. Joe High School will of- to attend and may bring one guest.
largest fish in each classification weiain station will e all honest Salt continued their winning foer an exhibit for public viewing in The scouts are to meet at heo
As a part of the program on July weight and that no fishermalln's es ways by downing the Wewahitchka front of Danley Furniture Company church at 6 p.m.
4, a water show will be staged at timg hta th a t en, f mas wi (Continued On Page 8) from Thursday until Taesdayf WAYNE CHILDERS, Scribe


the city pier in front of the city
park. The merchants and interest-
ed business men of the community
have been very cooperative in as-
sisting with prizes for the winners
in this contest. All the plans for
the prizes are not yet complete for


be taken.


PTA Will Give

Teacher Award


each classification but there will An award will be presented io
be first, second and third prizes in the High School teacher of the
each classification. year tonight at the final meeting of
.The following merchants are a the year of the Parent-Teacher As-
partial list of those who have sociation.
agreed to help out with prizes: 'The teacher will be chosen on
Roche's Appliance Store, Fuller's the point system, on training ex-
,Supply Co., Western Auto, St. Joe perience, professional and civic in-
Furniture and Appliance Co., Hall- terests, church activities, certifica-
mark Department Store, Thames tion and summer work.
Jewelry, Thursbay Chevrolet Co, 'Speaker for the occasion will be
A & P Food Store, IGA Super Mar- J. C. Belin. Mr. Belin will speak on
ket, Gulf Hardware and Supply "The Importance of the Teaching
Co., Buzzett's Drug Store, Piggly Profession and Individual Teacher
Wiggly, Quality Grocery, Kehnedy Contribution."
Refrigeration and Appliance Co., St. Mrs. Edwin Ramsey, will act as
Joe Hardware, Stone's Shop for installation officer and install -he
Men, Joe's Auto Repair, Pridgeon new officers of the year 1957-58.
Insurance Agency, Austin-Atchison All members are urged to attend.


Rev, Douglas Newsome Resigns Highland View Pastorate


Rev. Douglas Newsome will de-
liver his last sermons as pastor of
the Highland Vie w Methodist
Church Sunday, May 26. His sub-
jects will be "The Last Invitation"
and "How To Be A Successful
Christian". An hour of music be-
fore the Sunday night sermon is
being planned featuring the Lovett
family and instrumental solos. The
evening service will begin at 7:30
p.m.
These sermons will climax Rev.
Newsome's work as pastor for two
years having become pastor in
June, 1955. During his ministry
here the church has doubled its
membership and tripled the Sun-
day School enrollment. Financial
progress-has been outstanding also.
Rev. Newsome is a graduate of
State Teachers College, Troy, Ala.,


having received his BS degree in
English, minoring in music. He
has been active in the Port St. Joe
Ministerial Alliance as vice-presi-
dent and chairman of the radio
committee. He has also participat-
ed in numerous religious and civic
functions.
Rev. and Mrs. Newsome will
leave Monday to attend the ses-
sion of the Alabama-West Florida
Conference held in Huntingdon
College, Montgomery, Alabama,
where he will receive his appoint-
ment from Bishop Frank Hodge
for the 1957-58 conference year.
Their many friends bid them God-
speed in their new pastorate.

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


In addition to the special Golden
Harvest values that local mer-
chants will be announcing from
time ime, to time, these merchants,
through the sponsorship of the Re-
tail Merchant's Division of the
Chamber of Commerce have creat-
ed for their customers a Golden
Harvest Fund as a further token of
,their gratitude for your continued
patronage. This fund will grow
from week to week and from it a
weekly award will be made.
Coupons will be offered to cus-
tomers of participating merchants..
They are free. There is no need to
make a purchase.
The coupons you receive will be
of Various colors: red, white, blue,
green, yellow and salmon. The coS-
or of the coupon selected each week
will determine the portion of the
(Harvest Fund to be given at that
week's Golden Harvest program.
All you do is write your name
and address on each coupon and
drop it in the box of some partici-
pating firm. All coupons are col-
lected each Golden Harvest Day
and deposited in the community
container. At the weekly Golden
(Harvest program a committee of
three people will be selected from
the crowd ar this committee will
decide what percent of the Harvest
*Fund each coupon color is worth;
5 percent, 10 percent, 20 percent,
30 percent, 40 percent and 50 per-
cent.
The. first drawing will be held
Saturday, June 1 at 3:30 p.m. in
front of Stones' Shop for Men.
Drawings will be held at 3:30 p.m.
each Saturday thereafter with the
location of the drawing changing
each week. The places of the draw-
ing will be announced each week.
Only one name will be drawn.
If this person is not present, he,
or she will be notified and as'a
token of appreciation will be
awarded some nominal amount.
The remaining fund will then be
carried to the following week and
to it will be added the next week's
Golden Harvest subscription of the
combined merchants. The first
jackpot will be for $250.00.
IParticipating merchants are:
Western Auto Associate Store,
IBoyles Department Store, Costin's
,Department Store, Danley Furni-
ture Company, Stone's Shop for
Men, Austin-iAtchison Company,
Hallmark's Department Store, Fow-
hand Furniture Company Fuller'a
Supply Company, Modern Furni-
ture Company, Pate's Shell Ser-
vice Station, Thomason Pure Oil
Station, St. Joe Furniture and Ap-
pliance Company, Woolford's Stan.
dard Service Station, Webb's 5c
and 10c Store, Quality Ma:ker, Pig-
g'y Wiggly, Olen's 'Depa.:tment
Store, St. Joe Hardware Company,
T' hursb.ay Chevrolet Company
Trince End Princess Shop, St. J',e
Motor Company, G. & W. Standard
Service Station, Gulf Ha.dware
and Supply, Wimberly Pontiao Co.,
SupportrLg firms are Sta'ioa WJOE
and The Stai.

Missing Negro Still
Hasn't Been Found
Still no trace has been found of
the body of Nathaniel Jordan,
about 45, a Port St. Joe Negro who
was drowned in the Intra-Coastal
Canal near Clay Cut Saturday a.-
ternoon.
Jordan and a companion, Walter
Lenox also of Port St. Joe; were
fishing in the canal when ore of
them shifted position in the boat,
causing the craft to overturn.
A passing pacht rescued Lenox,
but Jordan was not seen aftair the
boat capsized.
Dragging operations have gone on
every day since the accident, but
as of press time yesterday after-
noon, the body had not been found.


NUMBER 30


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Iterman bean, Mrs'e T. 1', Mowley, 1 t -


WSCS Meets Monday To Name Members

For Circles; New Circle Is Planned


Circle 2 of the Woman's Society
of Christian Service presented the
church sanctuary Monday. May 20
at 3 p.m., with Mrs. Norman Kil-
bourne, leader. Her subject was
"Giving", stressing the fact that if
we love, we give, which means of
our time and talent as well as ma-
terial possessions. At this time the
dedication of pledges for the year
1957-58 was held) The scripture
used was taken from First John
4 19:21, also John 14, 1:2. Hymns
used were "Awake, Awake To Love
and Work" and "Open My Eyes".
Mrs. Gus Creech listed needy pla-
'ces of the world, needing religious
education, and training natives for
leadership in Africa, Algeria and
India.
Mrs. Chris Martin told of 'the
needs in southeast Asia, Malaya, Ja-
pan, Korea and the Phillippines
where the need is urgent for youth
training and religious education.





OPEN SUNDAY, 5:45 P.M.
OPEN 6:80 p.m.-SHOW AT 7:00

FRIDAY and SATURDAY
FEATURE No. I -
P^, .( i- -


SPENCER TRACY
L ROBERT YOUNG.
NORTHWEST
PASSAGE
A 11-- MASMECE f


Also in this category are Latin
America and many places in our
own country, "Who will go, and
how will they be senti" More than
halt of the pledge money goes to
these causes. A prayer of dedica-
tion closed the program.
During the business session pre-.
sided over by the president Mrs
Ralph Swatts, Mrs. Norman KilS-
bourne was elected to represent
the Society on the Church Comu:is-
sion on Education. The society vo-
ted to meet only twice each moathi
during July and August instead of
the customary four meetings.
Circles will meet Monday, May
27 at 3 p.m. as follows :
Circle 1, Mrs. I. C. Nedley.
Circle 2, Mrs. Norman Kilbourne
Circle 3, Mrs. H. T. Brinson
Circle 4, Mrs. Leonard Belin.
Names of the circle members
were drawn for the neaw year
1957-58 beginning 1 as follows:
CIRCLE 1: Mrs. E. T. Pridgeon,
Mrs. Carl Stevens, Mrs. Joe Grims-
ley, Mrs. S. B. Witt, Mrs. Nettie
Anchors, Mrs. 0. M. Taylor. Mrs.
W. .C. Johnson, Mrs. J. C Laney,
Mrs B. E. Rawls, Mrs. Charles
Brown, Mrs. Percy Fleishel, Mrs.
B. H. Dickens, Sr., Mrs. H. C.
Brown, Mrs. Pauline Murdotk, Mrs.
Mamie Wimberly, Mrs. Miles Hurl-
but, Mrs. J. T. McNeill, Sr., Mrs.
Carl Armstrong, Mrs. Ola Ogburn,
Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mrs. Bob
King, Mrs. Hubert Richards.
CIRCLE II: Mrs. J. C. Belin, Mrs.
Eva Lovett, Mrs. A. J. Owens, Mrs.
A. M. Jones, Jr., Mrs. Chris Martin,
Mrs. H. T. Brinson Mrs. H. W.
Griffin, Mrs. Ivey Williams, Mrs.


SATURDAY, 12:45 P.M.
OPEN DAILY, 2:45 P.M.
THURSDAY FRIDAY
In a few well chosen words...
Is TsRRIFIC!


-FEATURE No. 2
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SUNDAY, MONDAY


SATURDAY ONLY
DOUBLE FEATURE







VENGEANCE


Mrs. S. B. Shuford, Mrs, Watson
Smith, Mrs, J., T. Graves, Mrs. P. A,
Howell, Mrs Daisy Johnson, Mrs.
A. M. Jones, Sr., Mrs. Paul Blount
Mrs. Henry Geddie, Mrs. Arthur Ho-
ker, Mrs. W. H. Howell, Jr, Mrs.
Williston Chason, Mrs. Efmore
Godfrey.
CIRCLE 111: Mrs. Norton Kil.
bourne, Mrs. W. D. Jones, Mri. G.
C. Suber, Mrs. J. Lamar Miller,
Mrs. B. R. Gibson, Sr., Mrs. J. T.
Ricketson, Mrs. C. L. Costin. Mrs.
G. C. Adkins, Mrs. Tom Byrd, Mrs
F-nnon Talley, Mrs. Sally Costin
M.s. Bcrnard Pridgeon, Mrs. B. H.
Smith Mrs. I. C. Nedley, Mrs. Ed.
gar Williams, Mrs. I. W. Duren,
Mrs. C. A. Spears, Mrs. Wayne
Buttram, Mrs. T. H Stone, rMs
Lucrard Belin and Mrs. Gannon
Buzzett.
There has been a growing :.-ed
for a circle having a morning meet-
ing for those who find it more con-
venient to meet at this time. Th.s
group will constitute Circle IV, and
those already expressing a desire
to belong to this circle are Mrs.,
Ralph Swatts, Mrs. J. L. Temple,
Mrs. Ed Ramsey, Mrs. J. L. Sharit,
and Mrs. Gus Creech. It Is expect-
ed that there will be others to join
them, some who probably have not
been members heretofore. Acting
as temporary chairmen will be Mrs.
J. C. Laney, Circle I; Mrs. Chris
Martin, Circle II; Mrs. B. R. Gibson,
Sr., Circle HIII; Mrs. J. L. Sharit,
Circle IV at their first meeting on
June 10 at 3 p.m.
The meeting was closed with the
Society benediction.


IAnnA Crowder 0. A.I'


Engagement Announces g a
Engagement Announced IMeet Monday, May 20
Mr. and Mrs. Harris G. Harvey
announce the engagement of their The Anne Crowder G. A.'s met
daughter, Dorothy, to James A. Monday, May 20 at 7:30 at the
Rodgers of Plymouth, N. C. Highland View Baptist Church.
Miss Harvey is :a graduate of The meeting was opened by the
P:.rt St. Joe High School and of president reading Psalm 20. Mar-
Georgia Baptist Hospital School of garette Patterson led in prayer. The
Nursing. group sang, "Make Me A Channel
Mr. Rodgers is a graduate of o Blessing". Then all repeated the


N-.th Carolina Sci-e College
Industrial Ingineering.
The wedding will h ke place
June 11, at chb ePeachtree Chris1']
Church in Atlanta
------------'
Mrs. Plair Hostess To
First Baptist Circle 5
Circle 5 of the First Bapt
iWMU met in the home of Mrs.
W. Plair with six members pr,
ent. Mrs. J. 0. Baggett program
chairman presented the program
"What My Mother Meant To Me
Mrs. Gene Martin read scrintu
taken from First Samuel, theo lii
chapter. Mrs. Lonnie Bell, Mrs.
W. Cox, Mrs. Cliff Ellis wer-, on t
'program.
Mrs. Baggett concluded the pi
'gram by reading a poem, "A Re
Home".
Mrs. Lonnie Bell held the bh
ness meeting. The minutes of '.
previous meeting were read and a
proved. Reports from chairman
were read. Mrs. Cliff Ellis dism
sed the meeting with prayer)
'Refreshments were served to t1
members present.


o" watchword and allegiance.


,Old and new business was taken
up. The meeting was turned over
to the program chairman. The ti-
tle of the program was, "I Know A
Secret." Persons taking part were
Margarette Patterson, Betty But-
ler and Jean Butler. A song was
sung and prayer led by Mary celia
Cox and the meeting was closed.
SONJIA BLOUNT AWARDED
PRIZE FOR NEATEST ROOM
Montgomery, Ala.-Miss Sonjia
Blount of Port St. Joe has been
awarded a prize for keeping the
neatest room ,in her dormitory at
Huntingdon College.
This prize, known as the "Jack-
son Good Housekeeping Prize" was
made possible by the late F. M.
Jackson, of Birmingham, longtime
trustee and benefactor of the col-
lege. Mr. Jackson left to the col-
lege a sum of money, the income
from which was to be presented
each year to students because he
thought "young ladies should be
encouraged to become good house-
keepers."
Miss Blount is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Blount, Jr.,
'of this city.

Dale Carnegie Club
Is Organized Here
A Dale Carnegie Clab was organ-
ized in Port St. Joe, May 16, com-
posed of graduate members of the
recent Dale Carnegie course com-
pleted here in Port St. Joe.
First on the order of business
for the new club was the selection
of officers which was done Thurs-


Boyles Continues

88c DAYS


THt QTARj Port at. Joo, pie,


day..
The name of the club is Dale Car-
negie Club, Chapter 1 of Port St.
Joe. Officers selected were: Presi-
dent, D. H. Jones; vice-president,
Ed Eells; treasurer, D. Brigman;
secretary, Myrtle Childers.
The club will meet again on
Tuesday, June 11.
-------------
BIlRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
'Lt. and Mrs. Frederick Emble-


THURSDAY, MAY S3, 195?


ton, Jr., announce the birth of a
son, Alan Lee, on April 27 at Ladd
Air Force Base Hospital, Fairbanks
Alaska. Mrs. Embleton will be re-.
membered as the former Miss Sara
Bray of Port St. Joe.
X--
Mrs. Myrtle Boswell of Pensa-
cola, Mrs. Gussie Drew and Mr.
and Mrs. Rudy Kurtz of Detorit,
,Mich., were the week end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ellis.


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THE GOVERNOR PROMISED NONEW TAXES--

YET HIGHER TAXES ARE LOOMING NOW

is this keeping faith with the Voters?


In a campaign speech, Gov. Collins said that the growth of
the siate population would boost existing revenues to finance
the expanded governmental operations without new taxes.

"With sound management and honest spending, I believe we
can meet these needs without new taxes", the Governor stated.
If this was true in 1956, it is equally true today.

Florida's population has grown-but the cost of its State Gov-
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period.



FLORIDA Bai


Despite the promise of no new taxes-the State Legislature, at
the request of the State Administration, has passed the most
exorbitant, extravagant, wasteful and uncalled for appropria-
tions bills in the history of Florida-bills that will demand
hundreds of millions of dollars more than the past budgets,
and which you will have to pay through higher taxes out of
your earnings, and at the cost of many comforts your family
has enjoyed. These high taxes atop the already high County,
City, School and Federal taxes you are now carrying. If you
are against this extra tax increase'-then write, wire or phone
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FRESH
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lb. 43c
FRESH PORK
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In Cartons
Delbrook Pure Vegetable
OLEO lb. 19c
MONARCH Yacht Club
COFFEE
lb. can 79c C
NO. 1 GA. RED
TOMATOES
2 cans 19c
PLAIN or SELF RISING
Ballard's FLOUR
10 lb. 79c

100 FT. ROLL CHARMING
WAX PAPER
Roll 23c


Heinz CATSUP
Bot. 23c
Barker's Rock Ground
CORN MEAL
5 lb. 28c

BANANAS
Ib. 10c

Yellow SQUASH
2 lbs. 15c
CARTON
Tomatoes 19 c
FRESH CRISPY 4 doz. size
Lettuce 19c
HOLSUM
ORANGE JUICE
2 for 27c
Armour's Cotton Seed
COOKING OIL
No. 10 jug $1.39


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NEWS FROM
Highland -View
By MARJORIE CUMBIE
PHONE BAII 7-4652
Mrs. Essie V. Knight and son
,and L. H. Kelley visited in Vernon
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Martin, and sons.
ORev. Douglas Newsome and Hu-
bert Cumbie motored to Panama
City Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pelham Revell vis-
ited in Pensacola Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Miles spent
*Sunday in Graceville attending the
homecoming day at the New Hope
Assembly of God Church.
Clinton 'Peterson and Ralph
Branch motored to Tallahassee
Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Posey and
daughter Donna Sue of Dothan,
Ala., spent the week end with her-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mc-
Mullen.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Nobles
and children spent last week eni
in Thomson, Ala.,. visiting friends
and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wood of
White City were visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Goff Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hutcninson
and son Johnny of Chicago, Ill.. are
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John
McMullan for the summer.
J. T. Phelps and Mr. and Mrs
Clyde Phelps of Atlanta, Ga., vie
itLd Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Phelps last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Douglas and
children visited his mother, Mrs.
Pearl Douglas of Vernon over th?,
week end.
Mr, and Mrs. W. V. Burke and
Mrs. G. W. Skipper spent the day
in Pensacola last Thursday a'tend
ing the funeral services of a friend,
James T. Eddings.
Miss Mary Celie Cox, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Cox is
home visiting her parents for three
weeks. She has been teaching and
working at the Carver Bible Insti
tute in Atlanta, Ga. She plans to
attend Linguistic School in Grand
Forks, North Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jones and
children visited in Graceville over
the week end with' their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Garner and
Mr. and Mrs. -J. W. Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F White and
daughter Karen and Donna Lynn
of Warwick, Va, are spending the
week with Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Phelps.
Mrs. M. B. Donaldson, who has
been visiting S. L. Linton and chil-
dren for a year will leave June 1
to visit her son and family, S-Sgt.
and Mrs. B. T. Donaldson in Mont-
gomery, Ala., From there on 4
visit her other son, T-Sgt. William
T. Donaldson and family in Anchor-
age, Alaska.
Chester Adams motored to Lake
Wales Friday to get Mrs. Adams
who has been visiting her sister,
Mr. and Mrs. John Crazake.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Messer of
Panama City visited her mother,
Monday, -Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peters
Mr. and Mrs. Ronda Presnell
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Lee last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Mathews at-
tended the funeral of her brother
in-law last week, Shell S. Congears
of Enterprise, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peters visited
the Doc Whitfields at Howard
Creek Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Carr of Wc.-
wahitchka were visiting his mother
Monday, Mr. and Mrs.. B. A. Pet-
ers.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davis had
as their guests over the week end
Mr and Mrs. Chester Cook of Al-
tha.
WSCs'


The Woman's Society of Chris-
tian Service met on Monday at
the Highland View Methodist
Church at 8:00 p.m. The program
was given by Mrs. Marjorie- Cum-
bie, spiritual life chairman entitled
"We GivseBecause We Love". The
annual pledge service is to be held
at the June meeting and election
of officers is due to be held also.
A wonderful discussion was held
after the program. The scripture
was taken from John 3:16, 14:,19
and the leader closed with prayer.

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THURSDAY,, MAY 23, 1967


LARGE 3X5 RUGS
Many Colors To Select From
BATH SETS RUGS
CANNON TOWELS
Size 20 X 40
TOWEL SETS
NICE FOR GIFTS
PLASTIC DRAPES
LARGE
CHENILLE BED SPREADS
LADIES or MENS
SHOE BAGS
ONLY A FEW
ORGANDY CURTAINS


WHITE SHEETS


SHOWER CURTAINS


BIRDSEYE DIAPERS

PLASTIC PANTS
FITTED
FITTED CRIB SHEETS

RECEIVING BLANKETS
VALUES TO $1.98
BABY DRESSES

BABY BONNETS
CHILDREN'S RED or BLUE
TENNIS SHOES


was led by Mrs. Carios itarback
The Royal Service program was
outlined. "Broken Cisterns, Ameri-
ca's Thirsty Children" was brought
by Mrs. Ted Richards, Mrs. Rich-
ter, Mrs. Clinton Peterson. There
were 10 present. Mrs. L. F. Adams
dismissed with prayer.


Al ~ --- ~~--~ s ~l U


$5.00


$1.00
3 for $1.00

2 for $3.00


$1.00

$3.00


2 for $3.00


$2.00
$2.00

$1.29


doz. $2.00

2 for 49c


$1.00

2 for $1.00


$1.00

$1.00


$1.99


WMU MEETS
The WMU of the Highland View
Baptist Church met at the church
Monday at 3:00 p.m. Their program
opened b singing, "Faith of Our
Fathers". Scripture was led by Mrs.
Ralph Macomber taken from John
4:5-14 and Jeremiah 2:13. Prayer


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from $7.95 to $9.95
LADIES COTTON
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$6.00
Shoe Prices


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Men's & Boy's Department

MEN'S Val. to $49.95 Some with. 2 Slacks


SUITS
Values to $9.95
MEN'S SHOES


$20
Sizes 6 to 12


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By HIGGINS and WOODS Values
MEN'S STRAW HATS
LARGEST SELECTION OF
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SIZES 2 to 8
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BOYS LITTLE LEAGUE
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BOYS DRESS SHOES
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BOYS DUNGAREES
UP TO SIZE 12
$7.95 VALUE
BOYS WHITE SUITS
IVY LEAGUE CAPS
BLACK TEE SHIRTS


$6.00
$5.00
to $9.95
$1.00

r $3.00


$1.00
39c


$2.00

2 for $1.00
4 for $1.00

2 for $1.00

$1.99

S $4.95
$4.99

2 for $3.00


$3.00
$1.00
$1.29

$2.98

$1.00


CHILDREN'S
COTTON PANTIES 5
CHILDREN'S
CAN CAN SLIPS
CHILDREN'S $6.95 Values
RED GOOSE SHOES
LADIES
HAND BAGS
COLGATE
TOOTH PASTE
$1.00 Size
DEODORANT
$2.00 Size
SHAMPOO
$2.00 VALUE
Dorothy Perkins COLOGNE
VALUES TO $6.95
CHILDREN'S 'DRESSES


BIFLEX BRAS
ONE TABLE
LADIES SHOES


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for $1.00


$1.00


$2.00


$1.00


2 for 50c


50c


$1.00

$1.00

$3.00


BOYS
$1.00 BERMUDA SHORTS


$1.99


BOYS DRESS
SHORT PANTS


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* Pr. Ladies Shoes, Val. to $9.95
* 1 Ladies Dress, Val. to $9.95
* Pr. Men's Slacks, Value $9.95

BABY DEPARTMENT


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CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY
Rev. W. B. Hollands children,
grandchildren and great grandchil-
dren helped him celebrate his 71si
birthday at Highland View last
Sunday, May 19. There was a la:ge
turn out of all his children except
a daughter, Mrs. Clarince Ellis of
Phenix City, Ala. He has one son
at Columbus, Ga., one son at Ma-
con, Ga., and one son at West
IPoint, Ga. One widowed daughter-
in-law at Troy, Ala., two step sons
and their families, one at Port St.
Joe and one at Highland View.
There were 46 present for the din-
ner which was spread in the yard.
Visiting In Indiana
Mrs. Wayne Beaman of Hunter
Circle left Monday for Indianapolis,
Ind., to visit with her parents and
other relatives for a week.
-K-
Returns From Carrabelle
tRev. Gardner Underhill who has
been attending a clergy conference
for Clergy of the Diocese of Flor-
ida at Camp Weed, Carrabelle,
will return today.


Boyles Continues
88c DAYS


NOTICE



I HAVE SOLD MY CAFE


Effective immediately and I am no long-

er affiliated with this business.


I want to thank my many friends and customers
who have patronized my place of business for the past
years. It has been a genuine pleasure to serve you


GLYNN HENLEY


N. -


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FOR LESS AT










"- I ward Jr,, Owner $16.$15.93
NOTI HARLAND 0. PIRIDGEON
'Notice is hereby given that the Tax Collector of Gulf County
following described lands will be ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
sold at public auction on the third ADVER delicate will be
day of June, 1957, at 12:00 o'clock Sealed bids in duliate Coutwill be
noon in front of the.Gulf County received at the Guka, Flf County Coa until
Court House, Wewahitchka, Flor- house, Wewahitchk A. M., CST, Mlorida unti28,
ida, to pay he amount due for 1957 for the construction of-
taxes herein set opposite to the GULF COUNTY HEALTH
same, together with all cost of such CENTER
sale and advertising. PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
.Lot (3) and the South 1 foot and Proposals shall be accompanied by
the westerly 10 feet of lot (1)a. bid guarantee of five percent
Block (23) City of Port St. Joe, (5%) of the Base Bid in the form
Florida. M. P. Tomlinson, owner of a certified check or a bid bond
ts$99.05and Block issued by an agent authorized to do
Lots (24 and 25) Block (68) City business in Florida Performance
of Port St. Joe, Fla., Mrs. M. P. and Payment Bonds will be re-
Tomlinson, owner $6a.5 qured in an amount totally be rone-
,Lots (1-34-5-6) Block (B) Beaty quiref in an amount total ,g one
Lots (1-3-4-5-6) Block (B) BeatyCo hundred percent (100%) of the con-
Subd., Tomlinson Abstract Com-tract price.
pany, owner $1.85
(7 and 8) Block (7) Whitfield Certified checks or bid bonds will
2nd Addition, Cecil Stanley, owner be returned within 15 days from
1 $32.83 date of bid opening, if proposal is
Lot (13) Block (1016) City of Port not accepted, or if a contract
St. Joe, Fla., Collie Joe Ware, own agreement is executed and a guar-
er. $6.54 antee bond is accepted. It is the


optCioof b hl owner O retat tbe h aI h bldder to ba e -iti'.oW to con,
cetifiad checks or bid bounds of the lideration miuat be I',ih -lciused
four (4) lowest bidders, for 30 days under the laws of th 'r;.-iA of Flo"-
from date of bid opening. No bid ida in order to bid o0l work involv-
may be withdrawn until 30 days af- ed, an dto accept aWard of the
ter date of bid opening, contract if it is offered to him.
Proposals shall be healed in a The Board of County Conmnis-
heavy manila envelope and addres- sioners Gulf County Florida re-
sed as follows: serves the right to reject any and
Mr. George Y. Core, Clerk all bids, to waive informalities in
Circuit Court bidding and to award a contract
Gulf County Courthouse for any part of the work or dhe
Wewahitchka,; Florida work as a whole, to their best in-
and marked: Proposal Gulf County terest.
Health Center, Port St. Joe. Flor- Board of County Commissione.'s
ida.- All work shall be done in ac- Gulf County, Florida
cordance with the plans and speci- BY: J. C. PRICE, Chairman
fications prepared by Thomas H. Attest: GEORGE Y. CORE
Daniels, Architect, 425 North Oak CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Ave., Panama City, Florida and tit-
led: Gulf County Health Center, ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Port St. Joe, Florida, Project No.
PHS Fla-B-24. Sealed Bids in duplicate will be
General Contractors may obtain rceeived at the Gulf County Court-
one (1) set of-contract documents house, Wewahitchka, Florida until
from the Architect upon deposit of 10:00 o'clock A.M., CST, May 28,
$25.00 which will be refunded on 1957 for the construction of:
receipt of Bona Fide bid and re- GULF COUNTY AUXILIARY
turn of the documents. The suc-
cessful bidders deposit, if a con-
tract is awarded, will become the
property of the Architect. Material _----
suppliers and sub-contractors may
obtain documents for $25.00 per set.
A refund of $15.00 per set will bhe
made upon return of Documents
within 10 days after bid date.


HVALtR CENTER
WI A\V \.I PCHKIA, FU LORIDA
PropfLals shall be accompanied by
a Bid guarantee of five percent
(5%) of the base Bid in the form
of a certified check or a Bid Bond
issued by an agent authorized to
do business in Florida.* Perform-
ance and Payment Bonds will be
required in an amount totaling one
hundred percent (100%) of the con-
tract price.
Certified checks or bid bonds
will be returned within 15 days
from date of Bid opening, if pro-
posal is not accepted, or if a con-
tract agreement is executed and
a guarantee bond is accepted. It
is the option of the Owner to re-
tain the certified checks or bid
bonds of the four (4) lowest bid
ders for 30 days from date of bid
opening. No bid may be withdrawn
until 30 days after date of bid op-
ening.
Proposals shall be sealed in a
heavy manila envelope and addres-


sed as fdllowa:
Mr. George Y. Core, Clerk
Circuit Court
Gulf County Courthouse
Wewahitchka, Florida
and marked: Proposal Gulf County
Auxiliary Health Center. Wewa-
hitchka, Florida.
All work shall be done in accord-
ance with the plans and spectfica-
tions prepared by Thomas H. Dan-
iels, Architect, 425 North Oak Ave-
nue, Panama City, Florida and
Health Center, Wewahitchka, Flor-
ida, Project No. PHS Fla.-B-25.
General Contractors may obtain
one (1) set of contract documents
from the Architects upon deposit
of $25.00 which will be refunded
on receipt of Bona Fide Bid and
return of the documents. The suc-
cessful bidders deposit, if a con-
Titled: Gulf County Auxiliary
property of the Architect. Material
suppliers and sub-contractors may
obtain documents for $25.00 per
set. A refund of $15.00 per set will
be made upon return of documents
within 10 days after bid date.
Each bidder to be entitled to
consideration must be duly licens-
tract is awarded, will become the
Florida in order to bid on work in
volved, and to accept award of the
contract if it is offered to him.


THURSDAY, MAY'r ,


Boyles Continues

88c DAYS

The Board of County Commis-
sioners, Gulf County. Florida, re-
serves the right to reject any and
all bids, to waive informalities in
bidding and to award a contract for
ed under the laws of the State of
any part of the work or the work
as a whole, to their best interest.
Board of County Commissioners
Gulf County, Florida
By' J. C. PRICE, Chairman.
Attest: GEORGE Y. CORE
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)







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Xe1il &, .. tusi o,. 3, .. ,, 4d 4 subjliilon. D(e ti thL fa4 that, a t1,
Keeant ld. t i i p ubation pa hi notl o for ta .iiit'ili' .1
L. G. eBalfour Co., Sup. .,. ,, Su.19 laing warll 10 TAiit d.J, ihl hnittor wes
PS.3 F"mentary Scho!,. Rifund ... X,EO tabled Until a proof A. publlaut.:-r. can be
P3 :-ri. School, Refund ... 1.. ,05 obtained.
mrs. .T. Daughtry, i- ... i oC Mr. Basil it Kenney, Jr., presented a
West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co.. Sup. 126.05 plat of "PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO.
Southern Liquid Gas Co., Sup. ....... 1.18 TWO" and requested same to be approved
Connell Water Works, Water for Wewa and recorded in the public records of Gulf
School ................... 3o.00 County. Whereupon, there was a moti-ni by
City of PSJ, Water for PSJ Schools 70.37 Comm, Oroxton, seconded by Comm. Coopr
Fla Power Corp, Elec. Energy for PSJ and unanimously carried, that said piat
Schools .................. 707.24 be approved, accepted and filed according
Gulf Coast Elec. .-.* v i...., Electric to law.
Energy for ', .... 126.52 On motion of Comm. Croxton, seconded
Taylor Chemi. Co., Sup. .......... 18.00 by Comm. Cooper, a resolution was I ,
S. C. Player Gro. & Mkt., Sup .... 10.75 ed to furnish the necessary rights i
Strickland-Gore Music Co., Sup .... 9.00 and easements for that portion of S'ection
Gaslin Bros. Lumber Co., Sup. l... 10.65 5155, Amnericus Avenue, extending from the
Bill's -. ..-.,- Serv., Labor & Mat. 1384.00 South line of Section 5, Township 7 South,
P. F. '- '..., Sup. ............. 9.73 Range 11 West, Northwesterly along
Remnsco. Inc., Sup. ............. 10.00 Americus Avenue in Yon's Addition to Bra-
J. E. Whatley Typewriter Co., Serv. 26.00 con Hill, 3200 feet, which has bee i ur-
Wewa Plumb. & Heat. Co., Serv. & Sup. veyed and located by the State Road De-
...................... 40.00 apartment as shown by map on file in the
St. Joe Mtr. Co., Sun. .......... 18.37 office of the Cler kof the Circuit Court of
Prescott .. .-.:. Labor & Parts .. 69.50 said County, and in the office of the said
T. D. '. .,I .. 1, Transporting School Department in Tallahassee, and for that
Children .................. 100.00 portion of Section 5154, including streets in
Emile A. Twine, Transporting School Highland View, which has been surveyed
Children ................... 30.00 and located by the State Road Department
Albert Wynn, Transporting School as shown by map on file in the office of the
Children .................. -o.00 Clerk of the Circit Court of said County,
James Thomas, Transporting School and in the office of the said Department at
Children .................. .10 00 Tallahassee.
Gulf Drug Co Supplies .......... ..27 All payrolls for the month of April'was,
Lester's Serv. Sta., Storing food.... 340 approved and ratified as paid.
St. Joe IceCo., -'......_ ood (12 mo.) 60.00 All bills were presented, examined, ap-
Loivd Whitfieli, I ..t.... dirt to school -4.00 proved and ordered paid.
\. McC Iliurg & Co., Sup. .......... 5.17 A special meeting was called for 7 p.m.
Standard School Serv Sup. ...... 48.93 May 16, 1957 to discuss the possibility of
V1\wa Hdwe. Co, Sup. ....... 360.16 renting a dragline to the Mosquito Control
S o, -Jsph Tel. & Tel. Co S-i v.. I -. li District.
Stiailard Oil Co., ... 1,118 13 The Farm agent filed his monthly report
Zion Fair Bptlisti .., R>-t .... t 1.00 for April and the same was ordeal i tfied.
Jesse Dawson, Wood for Wash. School 45.00 There being no further business to come
C(lo Coi 1nv Bd o' Coin., Rent oa equip. before the Board at this time, the meeting
.... ... ........ 7.3', did then adjourn.
DISTRICT FUND NO. 1 ATTEST:
Harland Pridgeon, Comin.......... 81.21 George Y. Core J. 0. Price
BOND FUND NO. 1 Clerk Chairman
Harland Pridgeon, Corn ............. 4.-6


coUNiTY.OMISSION Boyles Continues
COUNTY COMMISSION


Minutes of The

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
MAY 7, 1957
The Board of Public Instruction, Gulf
County, met on the above date in Regular
Session with the following present and
acting: Clyde Brogdon, Chairman, J. A.
Whitfield, Carter Ward, Fennon Talley and
C. E. Boyer members.
The Superintendent was also present and
acting.
The Minutes for the proceeding meeting
were read and adopted.
The Financial Statement for the month
of April was examined and approved.
The Health Departmnent's report was exam-
ined, approved and ordered filed.
Several Highland View Elementary School
parents met with the Board and requested
the following:
1. That Mr. Ayers be reinstated as Princi-
pal.
2. That lunchroom supplies be bought
from all of the stores in the Highland View
area.
3 But children be picked up one tlueok
oft of the highway.
The Board took no action on any cf the
above.
The Board received the following bids tn
one .48 passenger bus body and chassis.
Chevrolet chassis, Blue Bird body ?3,658.33
Chevrolet chassis, Superior Body $3,766.82
Chevrolet chassis, Wayne body .$3,639.90
Dodge chassis, Blue Bird body $4,011.51
Dodge chassis, Carpenter Body $4,216.00
Dodge chassis, Superior Body 84,121.50
Dodge chassis, Wayne Body, $4,034.08
Ford chassis, Blue Bird Body $3,687,30
Ford chassis, Carpenter Body '$3,855.291
Ford chassis, Superior Body $3,795.79
Ford chassis, Wayne Body 3,659.37
Moved by Talley seconded by Whitfield
that the Board purchase the Chevrolet chas-
sis with the Wayne Body for $3,639.901
subject to approval of the State Department
of Education. All voted yes.
Upon the recommendations of' the High
School Principals and the Superintendent
it was moved by Talley seconded by Boyer


that the following courses would be re-
quired for graduation from any High School
in Gulf County..
4 units in English
3 units in Social Studies
1 unit in Science
2 units in Mathematics
3 units in Physical Education.
1 unit in Homne Making for girls.
All voted yes.
The Board deferred action on assuming
the athletic debt of the Port St. Joe High
Shiiool until the Superintendent gets all ath-
letic debts of all schools in the county.
Moved by Whit-field seconded by itoyer
that the Superintendent request bids on
bleachers to seat 450 people for the We-
wahitchka High School Athletic field. The
board to pay for 300 seats and the City of
Wewahitchka to pay for 150 seats. All voted
yes.
eioved by Talley seconded by Wiittfill
that Professional leave be granced four Mrs
Ernestine Sims to attend the University of
North Carolina summer institute for eaceh-
ers of mathematics and science 'begiining
June 3, 1957. All voted yes.
The Board accepted the resignation of
G. L. Johanason effective at the end of
the 1956-57 school year.
The Board assigned students to the Port
St. Joe High School and Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School. All records on file in the
Superintendents office.
Upon the recommendation of the Trus-
tees of Special Tax District No. One, the
following personnel were appointed for the
1957-58 school year:
Wewahitchka High School
SWilliHam Linton, Irene Cornnell, Janie
Dunn, Anna Bell Gaskin, Betty Holloway,
Laura Hinton, Harrell Holloway, Magda-
lene Hubbard, Rosenia Kilbourn, Clytee S.
Mayfield, I. C. Mayfield, Jr, Letia Rester,
Barbara Shirley, Hugh Semmes, Madge
Senames, Angeline Whitfield, Reba Woatcn,
Robert Woll, Joan Woll, Betty_ Ann iO-
ens, Martha Lanier.
Port St. Joe High School
itames Trawltk, James Yadon, Ralplh
Jones, H. L. Walding, James Gunter, La-
mar Faison, David Nicholson, Afce Anm
drews, Hoover iHerrington, Margaret Biggs,
Margaret Addison, Eula Pridgeon, Marion
Craig, Netta Niblack, Katherine Ivey, Jaicqui
Price, Marjorie Austin, Ernestine Sims,
Margaret Costin, Lillian Kennington, HermnianI


WEWAH ITCHKA, FLORIDA
MAY 14, 1957
The Board of County Commissioners of
Cuii County. Florida met this date in regu-
lar session with the .t11. .- members
tr'.seot: E. C. Harden, -,, \. Chairman,
A J. Stirickland, G i. S. Crixinm aid George
I W. Cooper. The Clerk, Attorn'y, Sheriff,
B Road Supt. and County Engineer were also
SThes meeting came to order at 9 9 '(:ock
The minutes of April 9. 15, 24 aid 29th
were read, approved and adopted.
The County Attorney advise: the lBord
of the bills now before ,ase 1 51 67 gia-
lure that will effect this 1o31.j and the
'Ipeople of Gulf County.
S The oBard instructed the Clerk to write
to Hon. Cecil G. Costin, Jr, Represinta-
t, for Gulf County, and info m him that
the Representative from Franklin County
"will introduce a bill that will urevent the
State Road Department from changing the
route of U. S. 90 to follow the new Port
Dean, Floye O'Neal Howard. St. Joe-Apalachicola short-cut road and urge
S. r. Coslin to be a o-introducer of said bill.
Port St. Joe Elementary i r'illianai it. Linton ppe .red before
Mary Ann Aide, Alice Yadon, i the Boarl and informed h.. II.... that
Howell, AleG.. _.,..;..n i ,,.I i, after h. uckin-g into the cost of making a

Al n un e I W ei r, h y B r, o x l er. .t r o ab do1 3 i d
Helen it.lins,, iVil l lta. ., ns sun cr of in,! constructihgu a road froin
HiCele, Roleittli Ctii h, 'a.ini.-"i S in .',',, .t idwos l'.irk Sulhdi'vision Magitolia l .,iil
Faison, JIon I Wi-, a w. Ph.- P- Sue A".u ing by nie t, pinresent dedicated street
chors. Sara I ,i I...I, ., '.I.ras or road a ow oi said plat, that in his
hRo, Joan Marclinan.. avmond Ilarris, opin ion e 'tli a project would be too exPen-
Lee, agdinRe.uarr n Kon Has, sie to the County, therefore, lie recommend-
Laura eddie. .. .. h, 'ed that the present road serving Ma"roli a
Highland View Elementary m ta ti e pr iri tin a
Alm a 'i .l ti 1 I;,, I i t it into iirst lass condition.
Alma DeWitt, .Rby Ntl, \ t ,I a Idthat all land ow ris i long
s George W. Carver the present rmi,l have sintl petition say-
Geore e wa across their lands d that e desire
dol. Ingramn, Jaes K. Polite..a r t
George Washington High the Count to construct a nein road in the
Rosa Bruce, Susie (oopilt, ace i'it arlyat. i e.Af te. -Board i-
Wo illielbn i i lois Johnson. l).vid structed the Road Supt to proceed with
Jones,1f P I,- I 1i1 .-., o hne .'.l Pal, .i making pip ae ilin g for thie bridge on
Peters, lDii 'cTwu-itn-, iuneL .'a, saideroadl.
Edwine Williams. Eqoye Williamis, Liu m MrnLerosy Bowuloin appeared before ?fthe
Wilson, Eloise Woods. Beatrice oo. k whe oard ,--..qted th HtBo l t t'o take
Albert Wynn. Madeline Wn ,whatever .p .- ,ry ,t c ol" a palic
There being no further business .n he. iring todem, ,eornu l ie W';iet' ol, hoi a,
before the Board they did thi.. ,' ... ll,,s b e in s
meet again in Regular 'Session... I -Addiloln to lBeacon Hill. Mr. Bowdoinl, as
ATTEST" spokesnMan for lthe citizens of Youn's AUdli-
Thomaldrs A. Ovens Clyde rIi.. ii tion told the ioar d that a number of dilapi.
r Oi>a t tod, lwtCni tvpc< bu;1.linas were lf.i.g
Superintendent ERAhaiL FUND tmod fro o r parts of the County into
LIST OF EXPENDITURES FOR MAY', 1957 Yon's Addition and that the permanent
Port St. Joe HI School, ltnihroom 46.552 home owners of that area did not want such
Weora. High School, Lunchrooim. .. .14 building s nove into their back yards. Mr.
Ge. Wiash. Iigh School, Lunchroom 3.76 Bowdoin presentede a ptitipn, signed by
PSJ Elementary School, Lunchroom $.1.1(; 27 homeowners, requesting the Couity GCom-
Orkin Ext. Co., Pest Control. $1 72'00 moissionmers to call a public hearing for the
J. E. Land, ausiig Sup. to PSJ purposepoe of planning for zoning the St. Joe
MItR&R Truck. 0Co., Freight ........ -.i l 2 ch ire
W. L. Goff, Garbage P; 1 .. I l:.00 MIr.' M arvy Estridge requested financial
0. M. Webb 5c to *i Sui. .;i;t; aid1 andi,l tul that she was not able to work
Gulf Print. & Litho Co., Sup ....... 4 50 'and had lihree children to care for. Other
General Office Equip. Co.. Siup ... 7(;.i' County i.. I t. .. werc ilscusoed, after
Fla. Fihmstrip Servn'., Sup. .. \O which. -, i ,. i voted to place the follow
Primary Filmstrip of the Montlh I i ui il"g names ,111 Iti ldit,, roll for April
Supplies ... ............. to and until I .i .I..,,. .
M. G. Sanderson, Sup .......... .108 Dallas iBraidsllaw, $10 County Indigent roll
News Map of the Week, Ile., Sup. .. 21.A Ike Walson. $1S County Indigent roll.
CO&G Sport. Goods. Sup ......... I SI Mary Estride$' 15 County Indigent roll.
American Edu. Pub., Sup. ........ 20. Mary Estridve, $9 Mothers Pension loIl
Children's Read. Serv, Sup. ........ 1.0;: The oBard directed the Clerk to aitin-
The Chem. Rub. Co., Sup t......... i; tinu VT-.'nf- f ir-om County Indigent funds
All-Florida School Sup. Co., Sup. .i. t.49 to : .. .. 1
W. M. Welch Mfg. Co, iup ...... .00 Mrs. Lourtllia Stebel presented her peti-
Hal Leonard Music, Inc., Sup. ...... i 56 tion to close certain alleyways in Wimico


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SUNDAY, MAY 26, 1957
"A Man of Peace In A World of
Strife"
Genesis, Chapter 26
"Peace, peace, when there is no


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peace" (Jer. 8:11) says the scrip-
tures. There seems to be a univer-
-sal desire for men to have peace,
Their willingness to give or make
peace seems to be another matter.
Before the fall of man in Eden
there was real peace. The "Lion
would lay down by the lamb". As a
result of the fall, peace now has
to be attained by effort. Only by
the wisest and most careful kind
of living, and by the help of Al-
mighty God can it be had. The life
of Isaac beautifully portrays these
great truths. The experience of
Tsaac at three wells which he dug
is typical, and may be very helpful
to us.
Contention-Causes of Strife
The people of Gerar envied Is-
aac because of his earthly bless-.
ings. The more he accumulated, the
greater their envy became.
They became covetous desiring
that to which they had no right.
They felt these wells should b-,
theirs simply because they wanted
them.
They became resentful because
they could not have them; because
they had not thought of it first; be-
cause these wells were partly rL-
sponsible for Isaac's prosperity.
They feared Isaac because he had
become "Mightier than we" In
our world today fear has gripped
the peoples of many lands, making
war a distinct threat.
Hatred-Results of Strife


Sunday School Lesson


THURSDAY CHEVROLET COMPANY'S



"Can't Say No"


THE 6'TAR, Port 6~t, Joea, plal.


march. When people nurture evil
designs in their hearts, there c.anu
be no other end.
Malice follows, when hatred has
been taken into one's bosom. Satis-
faction in and pleasure at some-
one's ill fortune is a manifestatic'i
of this terrible disease. Some peo
pie have advanced so far in this
direction that they can enjoy tor-
turing others. The holding of grud-
ges and acts of spite are to be ex-
pected from those who hold onto
hate.
Rehoboth Avoidance of Strife
At this well Isaac had room, and
found he had avoided a clash. To
do so he had displayed:
PATIENCE, or uncomplaining
endurance, characterized by self-
possession. It also suggests a quiet
waiting for something expected,
such as- relief.
FORBEARANCE, or self-control
under provocation. He had refrain
ed from enforcing the square deal
which was his due.
RESPECT for the rights of oth-
ers, no matter how ill-founded they
were. Isaac was a sojourner in Ge-
rar, while they were natives. It is
very difficult to have a right of
our own that does not infringe on
the rights of others. Certainly
there are times when it is not ex-
pedient to insist on one's rights.
At this well Isaac utilized the
room, and the peace that ensued,
to do three things, and the order
o their doing is very significant.
"He builded an altar" vs. 25.
"Seek ye first the kingdom of God"
Matt. 6:33. If we, like Isaac, woui4
only put God first. So often He is
given last consideration.


Next, h *pitobce4 his te4t, X We
would first prepare for a hom-. and
erect our habitation upon a sure
foundation, then peace would be
customary there.
Finally, he dug a well. From a
well one gets water. In the scrip-
tures waiter often signifies life
Thus Isaac shows us that we can
have a satisfactory and peaceful
life by digging for it. It will not be
easy, nor will it come by any other
means.
Now notice the marvelous result
-Abimelech became his frienTd.
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH
iRev. Gardner D. Underhill
Priest In Charge
Rogation Sunday, May 26.
7:30 a.m. The Holy Eucharist.
9:45 a.m., Church School. 11:00 a.
m. Mornign prayer and sermon.
Blessing of Vestments. 7:30 p.m.
Evening Prayer. Episcopal Young
Churchmen.

NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By JUANITA NORRIS
Miss Juanita Norris, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Norris spent
the week end in Panama City visit
ing with Mr. and Mrs. James
Broome.
Mr. and Mrs. James Broome of
Panama City spent Sunday visit-
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Nor-
ris and family and Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Norris and children.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Norris and
children spent Saturday visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. James Broome.
Mr. and MArs. Edwin Hookings
and daughter, Peggy and MissLu-
cille Stripling motored to Panama
City Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall and
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sims motored to
Donaldsonville, Ga., Thur-sday on
business.
Miss Minnie Ola Ray of Jackson-
ville spent the week end visiting


Boyles Continues
88c DAYS


JO


Highland View, Florida


with her Dbaretst, Mr, and Mrs. L.
P. Ray and family.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Levins spent
Thursday in Opp, Alabama on busi-
ness. They attended the Danley
Furniture Company jubileo.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ray, Miss
Minnie Ola, Miss Leona and Vivian
Ray and Robert Taylor motored to
Panama City Saturday on business.
Mrs. Toby Worley and daughters
spent several days in Bonifay vis.
iting with friends and relatives.


Mr. and vsq. wIn aakin atid Mr. and Mrs, dari Deese and
daughter Peggy, Mr. and Mrs. family spent Saturday in Panamni
Cleveland Hall and Miss tiicille City visiting with Mr and Mr,
Stripling motored to Donaldeoiwille Edgar Deese and family,
Georgia Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Adams
and children spent the week end in
Panama City visiting with friends Mr. and Mrs. Rex Addison have
and relatives, returned from Hollywood Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Deese and where Mr. Addison represented the
children of Panama City spent Sun- Liberty National' Life Insurance
day visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Company at the annual torch club
Deese and family, convention.


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Pre-Graduation S A L E


SALE STARTS MAY 23rd ENDS JUNE 1st


We are again thankful to our many friends who have made this past year a success. in order that we may
sincerely say, "Thank You", we have decided to bring you another Pre-Graduation Sale. We feel, that you
will agree that bargains like these can only be found at THAMES JEWELRY. May we say that our sale
items are of the best quality only.

WE ARE GIVING AWAY MANY VALUABLE PRIZES in connection with our sale.
Ask for particulars in our store. Prizes will be awarded Saturday, June 1 at 5:00 p.m.
You Must Be Present To Win.
1st Prize Beautiful 14k Gold Diamond Ring.
2nd Prize Ladies or Gents 17 jewel Wrist Watch.
3rd Prize Ladies or Gents, 17 jewel Wrist Watch.
4th Prize Ronson Cigarette Lighter.
5th Prize Ladies or gents yellow gold filled Watch Band.


Floating Opals

OFF
Regular $10.00 and up


WEDDING BANDS
M OFF
Reg. $10.00 and up 14 k. gold


CUFF LINKS
TIE CLASPS
Reg. $1.75 up
3 OFF


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MACHINE ENGRAVING FREE

Ladies and Gents
ELECTRIC SHAVERS
10% OFF


. PRINCESS RINGS
14 k. yellow and white gold. Prices start at $24.00
DURING THIS SALE

NOW /3 OFF
This is a real savings to you


Community Silver Plate
Lady Hamilton, Coronation, White Orchid
64 Piece service for 8
Reg. $100.00 -- CHEST FREE

NOW $49.95


Rogers' Bros. Silverplate
Service for 8

NOW $39.95
CHEST FREE


Ladies and Gents
EXPANSION BANDS-
Some for $1.88
Some V3 OFF

COSTUME JEWELRY
Reg. $1.00 Plus Tax
Now 86c
Ladies Gold Filled Reg. $15.00 up
Sterling Sets Y off

IDENTS /3 off
Ladies and Little Girls Birthstone
and Pearl

RINGS 1/3 off
Reg. $4.95 and up
Gents and Little Boys, Birthstone,
RINGS '3 off
Initial and Emblem Reg. $10.00 up


U. S. Highway 98


I Save Money on as!


SAVE 4c PER GALLON



Mo-Jo Service Station


OPERATED BY

R. A. SKIPPER


OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY-7 DAYS A WEEK



Minor Auto Repairs


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,FOR SALtfei &by bad with matt
res, Like new, Will sell for half
price of $15.00. Call 74853. 2tc
HOUSE FOR SALE: 104 Duval St.
Oak Grove, Mrs. J. H. Aultman.
FOR SALE: Apartment size elec-
tric range, chrome kitchen set,
3-4 size hollywood bed, RCA super
model TV and antenna, tapestry di-
van, tapestry platform rocker, Ken-
more washing machine. Phone No.
7-3726.
FOR SALE: One lot and a house
on Third Street. Call at 535 Third
Street. Mrs. Sarah E. Lewis.


Summer often lulls us into a false
sense of well-being. Your good health,
however, must be safeguarded in
summer as well as in winter. A mid-
year physical checkup is your best
assurance, If your doctor decides you
need corrective health measures, rely
upon our prescription experience to
serve you faithfully. whatever the
season.



Buzzett's Drug Store
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.


CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 220
6th St. Convenient to school and
town. Monthly payments, $48.60.
Immediate occupancy. See 0. M.
Taylor, Phone 7-9866. tfc4-11
FOR SALE: Lots at White City,
house on Woodward and house
on 10th Street.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAII 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
FOR SALE: Legal ruled pads, on-
ionskin, second sheets, scratch pads
mimeograph paper, typewriter and
adding machine 'ibbons. Man-' oth-
er supplies. THEJ STAR Phone
7 3161 for delivery.


FOR SALE: Beautiful building lot.
and new 3 bedroom house. See
E. C. Wimberly, Phone 7-5261 or
7-2041. tfc-5-16
FOR RENT: House at Beach. See
Bill Carr at St. Joe Hardware.
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished apartments
Cool in summer, warm in winter.
Window fans, gas heat. They have
to be seen to be appreciated, Wim-
ico Lodge, White City, Phone 9-4083.
tfc-2-21
FOR RENT: Vacant four room
house with back and front porch.
and water pump. $35.00. Mrs. Ben
'Dickens, Sr., Phone 7-5421. tfc-5-23
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
Downstairs. Mrs. C. A. McGowan
Phone 9-9991. tfc-5-23
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment. Suitable for couple only.
Mrs. A. M. Jones, Sr., Ph. 7-7646.

FOR RENT: 4-room unfurnished
apartment. Call BAll 7-3911 after
5 p.m. or see W. B. Holland at
Highland View. Itp
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
FOR REN'T: 1 room unfurnished
puD eAo0s SV2 IIlIA 4ueaullede
heater. 401 13th St., J. A. Mira,
Phone 7-9301.
| WANTED: Someone to take up
payments on two year old Philco
refrigerator in excellent condition.


NOTICE



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Standard Oil StatioH


at P. T. McCormick's Store
Highland View, Florida



We'll Treat You Right


EMORY CASON, Mgr.


Saints Win Two
(Continued From Paga 1)
Gators 10-4. Dickenson started for
Wewahitchka and the Saints had
to wait until the sixth inning be-
fore they could muster any runs.
In the meantime the Gators scor-
ed four runs and were leading 4-0.
The Saints picked up two runs
in the bottom half of the sixth to
trail 4-2. In the bottom of the sev-
enth the Saints started hitting and
collected hix runs and Wewahitch-
ka used three pitchers trying to
stop the Saints. Again in the eighth
inning the Saints scored two runs
making the score 10-4. Bascom

Owner leaving town. Phone 7-3726.
SPECIAL SERVICES

:OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
hone 7-7846. Outboard motors re(-
)aired, also.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service, tfc-5-2
ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work
guaranteed. Quick dependable
service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Ll-
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
PANA-CRAFT BOATS
and E-Z TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
*RADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
WAP.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth 'St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Thursday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren invited.
C. W. LONG, N. G.
J. C. PRICE, Secty.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodlge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M.
ROY L. BURCH, Secty.
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. Geddle,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.


FISHING, HUNTING and
DRIVER'S LICENSES
and Marriage License
Applications
MYRTLE CHILDERS
Office in Gulf Hardware

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HXamm went all the way aid wAs|
the winning pitcher. Rudy Gaskin,
was the losing pitcher. Howard
Rogers collected four hits for five
times at bat to maintain the lead
in the hitting percentage. Rogers
has been to bat 24 times through
the Wewahitchka game and has
collected 14 hits for a percentage
of 583.3%.
BATTING AVERAGES
PLAYER AB H Pct
Rogers 19 10 .526
.Dowden 17 8 .470
McKnight 9 -4 .444
Bascom Hamm 5 2 .400
Tyson 11 4 .3,64
Huffman 9 3 .33'3
Stevens 6 2 .333
Smith 6 2 .333
Williams 11 3 .273
Murdock 9 2 .222
Hudson 5 1 .200
:IG. Scott 12 2 .167
Mitchell 7 1 .143
Lanier 15 2 .133
Benton Hamm 1 0 .000
Brown 0 0 .000
Davis 0 0 .000
PITCHING RECORDS
IP BB SO W L
Bast. Hamm 11 5 14 2 0
Monk Stevens 14 3 16 1 0
G. Scott 6 2 2 0 1
John Smith 3 3 6 0" 0
Ben. Hamm 2 5 1 0 0
Rock Hudson 1 0 2 0 0

Kiwanis Club Sponsors
(Continued from page 1)
ers and purposes, dreams and
hopes. We have been constantly ur
ged to seek peace and pursue it.
The age-old greeting which Jews
have used through the centuries
means 'peace be with you' and the
response to that greeting means
'with you also may there be po:,rce'.
'We believe that if all tha reli-
gious forces, especially in ihese
r.Lited States would unite in lift.
ing up their voices in prayer on
regularly stated occasions through-
out the year, and not for jus: ope
eek or one month; that if they
would unite under one common roof
and use a common language, mean-
ingful and inspirational to all, then
this continued mass bom'bardmer.t
of mankind with God's eternal conm-
n and would ultimately bring per-
manent peace upon this earth,. M-'y
I urge that you pursue this course
determinedly and continuously un-
til our Divine objective is obtain-
ed."
A. Dale Fiers, President of the
United Christian Missionary So-
ciety in Indianapolis, added: "I
think the 'Work and Pray for Per-
manent Peace Week' idea is excel-
lent, and I wish to extend all who
participate my hearty congratula-
tions. I hope the results will be
gratifying; and I am sure they
will be a source of challenge and
blessing, not only to Kiwanis, but
to our world, which is in such dire
need of the peace which God alone
can give."
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Leland Hyatt Speaks

To Rotary Club Thurs.

Leland Hyatt, a former Governor
of this district in Rotary spoke to
the local Rotary Club at their
regular Thursday luncheon meet-
ing last week. Hyatt gave what he
termed his "Chamber of Com.
merce Talk".


LOCAL WOMEN ATTENDr
AREA TRAINING SCHOOL
Mrs, Ralph Swatts, Mrs. H. W.
Griffin, Mrs. Roy Gibson and Mrs.
G. S. Croxton attended an officers'
training school of the Woman's So-
ciety of Christian Service in Calla-
way last week. Mrs. Swatts, vice-
president of the Marianna District
of the WSCS conducted the school.

B. V. Van Horn of Richmond, Va.
is the guest of his neice and her
family, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Munn of
Hunter Circle. Mr. Van Horn is
also visiting with his other two
nieces of this city, Mrs. Chris Mar-
tin and Mrs. Pebble Shope.
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TRIP TO NASSAU
T. R. McLendon, local represen-
tative .of Gulf Life Insurance Com-
pany, has returned home following
a cruise to Nassau, Bahamas. He
was accompanied by his wife on
the Caribbean steamer trip which
he earned with an outstanding
sales an service record during the
past year.
Nassau was the site of the an-
nual convention of Gulf Life's Presi-
dent's Club which is made up of
leading members of the sales or-
ganization. A total of 830 men and
their wives were delegates to the
convention.


THE STA8R, Port At. Joe, Fla.


d PACAE SORE
and PACKAGE STORE


BAll 7-8361


Corner Reid and First


Take Advantage of Our Daily Special Prices

6 Year Old Reg. $4.25 Fifth
STRAIGHT BOURBON -----Special $3.69


Nationally Advertised Reg. $8.85 Fifth
GIN ---- ------------Special $3.39


Nationally Advertised Reg. $4.25 Fifth
VODKA --------------Special $3.49


We Have A Complete Stock of Cordials
and Table Wines


.lie compared the Florida of to-
day with the Florida as he knew it
as a boy. He blames the present
unprecedented growth of Florida
on World War II. He blames the
state with selling itself to millions
of GI's, their families and their
kinfolks while they were stationed
in Florida during the war.
Hyatt told the'club that there
has been more hotels built in Mi-
ami alone since the war, than In
all of the rest of the wor!' com-
bined. 'The growth is not confin-
ed to Miami" he declared "but it
is steadily moving North and now
Northwest Florida, which was on''e
considered an economic tro'fble
spot in Florida is now coming to
the front industrially, agircultur-
ally and tourist-wise".
Hyatt sympathized with the Leg
islature in their job of planning for
growth in the state that no one as
yet has been able to predict.
Guests of the club were Gene
Austin of Apalachicola and Jackie
Griffin of the, Port St. Joe High
School.
Thursday night the "Hungries"
fed the "Hopefuls" at a chicken
dinner at the beach home of P-ul
Fensom. On the menu was barbe-
cued chicken, baked beans, tossed
salad and the contents of Paul
Fensom's ice box.


Kiwanis Sees Movie
On Driving Safety
A movie on driving safety was
shown at the Kiwanis Club meet-
ing Tuesday. The movie dealt with
safe driving practices and stressed
keeping automobiles in good driv-
ing shape. Several examples were
vividly shown of what could hap-
pen if a car's brakes were not kept
in good shape.
The program was presented by
Rev. Fred Davis.
Guests of the club were Jackie
Mitchell and Bill Chism.


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