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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1957
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

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

VOLUME XXI THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1957 -ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA Wagl Co y o b NUMBER 6


ETAOIN SHRDLU

by WES-LEY R. RAMSEY

Have you had the flu, yet? No
Well you better get in the swim-
everybody else has had it.
As a matter of fact, we nearly
had It Sunday. Today (Monday) w
are just about to get over jus
about having the 'flu.-if you ca.
figure that out.

Every so often we happen t
catch the Dave Garroway show o01
television in the morning (when
Channel 6 will come in). The othe
morning Garrowav had nne of these


fellows on his show that designs
new women's hair-dos. And, of
course, this, particular hair-do fella
was demonstrating a new hair-do


he had night-mared up on a sweet
young thing, who could just as wedl
have been bald-headed for all she
needed from hair to attract the
male eye.
At any rate after the demonstra-
tion and the hair-do fella was ont
of hearing distance, Garroway just
shrugged his shoulders and said,
"Personally, I just like hair long
and nice looking". Our sentiments


Florida Power Lounge Is Setting For elementary SchoolFor Boilerds On

Garden Club's Fall Flower Showing The Gulf County School Board
this week is advertising for bids to
4 The doors of the Florida Power dance of dried and fresh plant ma- replace the old boiler in the Port
? Lounge will be opened to the pub- trial to work with in the making St. Joe Elementary School.
lic at 3 -p.m. Saturday for the 'rst of an attractive arrangement. In The old boiler has been the sub-
iFall Flower Show sponsored by the the horticulture section, enter any ject of many complaints by teaci-
y Garden Club of Port St. Joe. outstanding flower available in 'ers and parents for its inability to
e Club members and committee- your garden at this season or show heat properly and by its operator
t women are busily engaged with .ast off your favorite house plant. When for its stubbornness in carrying
n minute details which are sa vital your entry receives a ribbon, com- out its duties.
to the success of a show of this plete satisfaction will be your Just recently the boiler came up
type. greatest reward. with a crack in its side. Like hump-
o Amateur flower arrangers are in- Everyone is invited to attend and ty dumpty, it could not be repaired
n vited to try their hand 'by exhibiting participate in this Fall Flower so a new one is necessary.
n in the arrangement section. & vis't Show. Consult this show schedule The bid requires the new boiler
r to nearby -woods these beautiful for the various classifications that to be installed during the school's
A autumn days will provide an abun- may be entered. Christmas holiday period.


Scouts Prove Proficient In



First Aid and Rescue Work


The Boy Scouts of Troop 47 fin-
ished up a course on first aid train-
ing Monday night under the lea-
dership of ,Scoutmaster John T.
Simpson and Gannon Buzzett, 'Wes-


exactly. We can't see women cutt- ley Grace and Earl McCormick,
ing their hair down to the headful senior leaders and patrol leaders.
most men would like to have. AnI This course has been conducted by
our wife is one of them. She has the scouts for the past six weeks.


hers cut down to a couple inches
long just like three out of four
other women in the nation. (And
you can just bet she won't know
I said this until you do).

We read the other day where two
women and a set of broken false
teeth spelled the downfall of the
Communist government in San Mar-
ino.
It seemed that three men would
be the main force in winning a
Communist victory one night in
that country. On, this particular
night two womer wouldn't let their
husbands go out \r(two of the king-
pins) and the third man had broken
his false teeth and his vanity just
wouldn't let him appear in public
without them.
That just goes to show you that
not only Americans stay home and
shirk their elective duties and live
to regret it.

And speaking of women-Ham-
bone says "some of these styles
make women look like everything
but women".

And again speaking of women-
the little woman has long since
prevailed upon us to take her fish-
ing and we have gone along with
her in this request. So far, in fact.
that we get no fishing done for
b itin 'hr h ki an d noif -hr


Monday night was examination
night.
For their examination, f our
Scouts acted as victims "suffer-
ing" from compound fractures, cuts
snake bites, and one with a punc.
ture in the chest for the Scouts
'to treat. Scout victims were Ron-
ald Mathes, Jimmy Alten, Rodney
Herring and Curtis Hammond. Thel
victims were located in the vicinity
of the Scout hut. The Scouts went
out in patrols to locate, treat end
get 'the victims to an aid station
Mrs. Sue Spaulding acted as the
"aid station" in the "catastrophe".
Upon locating the victims the
rescue teams treated the victims,
called aid headquarters for an am-
bulance (furnished by Comforter
Funeral Home) and accompanied
their victims to the aid station.
Upon arriving at the aid station,
the 'Scouts explained the injury to
Doctor Joe Hendrix and explained
their treatment used. The Doctor
then graded them. on the effective-
ness of their rescue work and first
aid treatment.
All adults participating in the
program had nothing but praise
for the efficiency of the Scouts in
their work and Doctor Hendrix an-
nounced that after the quick work
of the Scouts, all of the "victims"
will live.


Flartion Rae ulte In 10


sao ner a ooi ne removing y er voe that w gr 1U
fish. In short, we have been rel e
gated .to the position of motor oper- Mills; Some Trustees
ator- and paddler and general han- ,
dyman about the boat. With only a very light vote, Gulf,...
Now, she wants us to get her County re-elected all its school trus- "I i
a shotgun and take her along dove tees in balloting Tuesday.
shooting and teach her to shoot 'In spite of the light vote, much
same. concern must have been felt by the
Now, along about here we need citizens voting, from the rash of
some advice. We're afraid to buy write-4n votes that were cast. L
her a shotgun and we can't hit a The results of the balloting were
dove too good ourselves. Just as as follows: TOP PHOTO: Scouts Leon Hobbs, Freddy Bowdoin, Freddy Joines,
dove too good ourselves. Just as as follows:
we get good -enough to get the limit James H. Greer, 172; R. D. Lis- Rodney. Spaulding and Jerry Barnes give first aid to "victim" Ron-
in an afternoon of shooting, they ter 157; Alma Jones, 129; Myrtle ald Mathis for a fractured arm and leg. Barnes is applying a tour-
go and raise the limit to 10. The Childers, 65; J. R. Smith, 2; James niquet to his "bleeding" arm while Bowdoin, Hob b and Joines
advice we need, men, is how do T. McNeill, Jr., 1; Joseph V. Dowd, apply a splint to his leg. Spaulding is holding the flashlight. In
you get out of a situation like this? 1; Benjamin H. Dickens, 1; Zola the center picture, Mathis is loaded into an ambulance. Bottom
Maddox, 1; Paul ,S. Fensom, 1; W. picture, Sonny Eells (in uniform) explains to Dr. Joe Hendrix how
The Russians have Sputnik and W. Cowden 1. There were a total he has treated patient (on cot) for snake ;bite. (Star photo)
Muttnik in the air first, but some of 205 Votes cast.
of our former assistants to the as- A total of 135 voted to continue S h ed e l a
sistants to the office of defense siv the maximum 10 mills for the oper- w au e alge Pc Sharks
ours will be better. We had rather eating fund. Twelve voted against
believe these assistants twice re- the 10 mills. In Boniffay Tonight For Conference Game
moved than the defense chief him. sn
self as the assistants twice remove
ed probably did the work. Charles Wall Elected The St. Joe Sharks will travel to ball. The Sharks are heavily favor-
We will see what we will see. Volunteer Fire Chief 'Bonifay Thursday night to do battle ed and this fact disturbs the local
____with the Bonifay Blue Devils at coaching staff. The team seems un-
When you talk about the flu, wo- The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire 8:30 EST. The game date was able to stand prosperity as they
men, sputnik and muttnik you have Department held their annual elec- changed by a mutual agreement be- play better in the role of the under-
exhausted all topics of conversation tion of officers Monday night at tween the administrative and coach- dog. The ability to handle a lesser
of the day with the exception of the fire station. At this meeting ing staffs of the two schools. The opponent is just as important to a
football which will be provided a chief and two assistants were'players were also allowed a voice t-nm that claims distinction, as the
equal space in other columns of elected by the firemen to seove for in the matter, ability to win over a supposedly su-
this paper-just to show that we te coming year. The change was made to allow in- perior opponent. Perhaps, th e
are not prejudiced. Elected as chief was Charles lterested players and fans of the Sharks will show that they have
Wall who is succeeding himself af- two teams to see the FSU-Miami what it takes to handle Bonifay in
ter a one year term in this office, game in Tallahassee Friday night. the manner expected of a top-
GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS Elected as assistants were Wesley This will be a conference encoun- flight team.
ATTEND FLOWER SHOW R. Ramsey as first assistant and :ter for the Sharks as they seek to The Blue Devils are led by backs
Last Wednesday, Mrs. H. W. R. H. (Bob) Elizey as second as- strengthen their unprecedented po- Jimmy Helms and Donnie Medley.
Griffin, Mrs. Carl Armstrong and sistant. These two officers also held sition as a contender for the con- These boys weigh 165 pounds each
Mrs. A. iS, Chason attended the these positions last year. erence championship, and could give the Sharks trouble
Panama City flower show. During the past year, the fire de. Bonifay has had rough going this with a little help up front. This
The Show was held in connec- apartment has lost only one house season as they are using many 'hlp could be provided by Doyle
tion with the Bay County fair. completely to fire. This was the young players in an attempt to re- Wells, 195 pound tackle and Julian
-' beach home of Watson Smith wheih gain the form that once made them Miller, 165 pound end. The Holmes
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY burned last spring at Beacon Hill. a power in Northwest Florida foot- (Continued On Page 6)


Program Approved Tc Put




Sewer In Colored Areas


Road Program Is

In Waiting Stage

The City of Port St. Joe and the
County Board of Commissioners
have now assumed the "wait and
see" position after a trip to Talla-
hassee with the road plan publi-
cized in The Star two weeks ago.
Mayor J. L. Sharit and Attorney
Cecil G. Costin met with part of
the SRD last Friday to discuss the
matter and get their stamp of ap-
proval on the plan. The Gulf County
group didn't exactly get the run
around, ibut they didn't get a big
stamp of approval either.
After the local group had made
their proposal of what they desir-
ed to do with secondary road funds
in Gulf County the Road Board
people told the local group that
new laws had been passed in the
recent session of the legislature to
restrict the use of secondary road
funds. Among these restrictions,
they thought, was the clause for-
bidding building other than farm to
market roads or connecting roads
(roads -that connect one highway
to another) with secondary road
funds.
J. L. Sharit. acting as spokesman
for the group, explained the unique
situation of Gulf County to the
Board. He explained that there was
very little agriculture activity in
Gulf County, thus eliminating the
need for a host of farm to market
roads. He pointed out -to the board
that the secondary road funds com-


Meeting Between Land Owners and

City Commission Agrees On Price


Missile Control Station
Set for Cape San Bias

It was announced early yester-
day morning that Cape San Bias
near Port St. Joe and Tarpon
Springs had been designated for
missile control stations and a con-
trol station would be construct-
ed in both localities.
A spokesman said the stations
will be part of a missile testing
range in the Gulf of Mexico. The
Air Force had announced pre-
viously that a multimillion dollar
launching center is under con-
struction on Santa Rosa Island
near Eglin Air Force Base.
A further release said the Tar-
pon Springs base would have ap-
proximately 150 technicians on
duty. No mention was made of the
size of the local base.
This is all that is known of this
matter at press time, but more
details should be available by
next week.

TRICK OR TREAT FOR
UNICEF NETS $199.54
,Port St. Joe's first venture into
the Hallowe'en "Trick or Treat for
UNICEF" netted a total of $199.54,
according to Mrs. Gus Creech. who
supervised the program.
Mrs. Creech offers thanks to all


ing into the county each year was the individuals ud "clabs who as-
for use by the County and the peo- sisted in~the affair.
pie of the county wanted a portion
of the money to secure bonds to ture.
finance urban paving throughout The entire City and County
the county. boards, will meet with the road
The Road Board told Sharit and board around 'December 4 for a def-
the attending group, that they had inite decision on whether or not
not as yet definitely adopted their they will allow Gulf County to float
policy from the new laws passed bonds on future revenue from
by the last session of 'the legisla- secondary road funds.


Dr. E. L. Hardin Will Preach At First

Methodist Revival Here Next Week


By MRS. RALPH SWATTS
At the First 'Methodist Church of
Port .St. Joe the welcome mat is
always out-but this will be espec-
ially true next week-Sunday, No-
vember 10 at 11:00 a.m. through
Friday evening, November 15. At
this time we would like to think of
this welcome mat as a magic car-
pet, flying throughout our city and
surrounding territory and transport-
ing to our Church on the water-
front, members, friends, neighbors
-for we would share with you the
many spiritual blessings which will
be ours for the asking during this
period.
The Methodist Church is indeed
fortunate to have secured for its
fall revival the services of two tru-
ly outstanding spiritual leaders in
the Alabama-West Florida Confer-
ence. Dr. E. L. Hardin, now serv-
ing for the third year as pastor of
the Capitol Heights Methodist
Church in Montgomery, Ala., and
'Rev. Welton Gregory, also of Mont-
gomery, who has for the past 12
years been serving as Executive
Secretary of the Board of Educa-
tion of this Conference.
As an evangelist, Dr. Hardin is
well known throughout the Confer-
ence and surrounding areas. Hav-
ing served for 13 years as pastor
of Richards Memorial Church in
Pensacola and building the lovely
Church there during his pastorate;
having served for several years as


DR. E. L. HARDIN

Schools, Snead Seminary, Tennes-
see Wesleyan College, Birmingham
Southern, and Candler School of
Theology. He has served as Assoc-
iate pastor of First Methodist, Eto-
wah, Tennessee, Simpson North
East Church, Birmingham, Moun-
tain Brook Methodist, .Birmingham
and his pastorates have been Lin-
den, Stockton and Eclectic. In 1945
he became Executive Secretary and
in this capacity has taught in Chris-
tian Workers Schools and Confer-,


President of the Conference Board ence Enterprises in Georgia, Flor- a.L -onltay lost to Graceville
of Evangelism, he is a man of rich ida, Mississippi and Louisiana, in (Continuedost to Graeville
spiritual background. Dr. Hardin addition to serving in all phases of (Continued on page
has successfully conducted many the educational work of our Con- GOLDEN HARVEST DRAWING
revivals and is recognized through- ference AT ST. JOE MOTOR CO.
out a large area as a dynamic Revival services will begin 'Sun-
speaker. His -modesty, has attrac- day morning, November 10, at 11:00 The weekly drawing of the Gol-
tive personality, his ability, and a.m., and Monday through Friday, den Harvest Fund will be held this
sincerity have endeared him to the November 15, morning services will Saturday at the St. Joe Motor Co.,
hearts of many. ;begin at 7:00. All evening services at 3:30 p.m.
Rev. Gregory, an able song lead- will be at 7:30. Coffee and dough- The Merchants Division sponsor-
er, will direct the music for the 'nuts are to 'be served following the Ing the Golden Harvest will hold
Revival services. He too has a rich 'morning services, and a nursery a meeting tonight at 8:00 to dis-
background. He is a native of Mar- will be provided in the evenings, cuss whether or not to discontinue
shall County, Alabama, and receiv- The Methodist Church invites the Harvest drawings at the end
ed his education in the County you. I of November.


___


Prior to their regular meetsag on
Tuesday night, the City Commis-
sion held a hearing on proposed
sewer construction in the colored
section of town.
Approximately 30 residents and
property owners in the area to be
developed attended the meeting to
hear the Commission's plan for con-
struct'ng sewer facilities in the
quarters and what the approximate
cost would be.
Ma3or J. L. Sharit reported to
:ne assembly that the sewer put
in by t] e city on Garrison Avenue
had t, s' the property owner* $3.00
per lneal foot. He also pointed out
that much of this work was done
under adverse conditions.
Mayor Sharit estimated to those
present that sewer in the area to
be served probably would not cost
over $4.00 per lineal foot and a good
possibility was that it would not
cost this much. He pointed out that
a single line would be run down
one side of the street with laterals
run to the homes. As an example,
he used the fact that most of the
lots in the section to be served are
50 feet wide. This would make the
sewer cost $200.00 for each 50 foot
space. The cost would be divided
between the lot on each side of
the street, thus making the cost
$100.00 per lot (with a .0 foot
frontage). Tfihee figures were giv -ou
on the basis of $4.00 per lineal toot.
The money will be payable to the
city over a 10 year period by the
lot owner.
'Residents and property owners
agreed to the price and work will
start In approximately two weeks.


Sharks Take

Tigers Easily

The St. Joe Sharks took an easy
27-12 victory from Blountstown de-
spite some pretty poor officiating
and a good deal of underhanded
tactics. ,
The 'Sharks were in command all
the way as early in the first quar-
ter, the Shark slick quarterback
Ed Smith slid around right end on
a keeper play and dashed 34 yards
for a TD. Jack Mitchell passed to
*David Musselwhite and the Sharks
were off to an early 7-0 lead. The
next time the Sharks got their
hands on the ball, halfback Frank
Fletcher sprinted beautifully around
left end for a '24 yard scoring run.
Taylor kicked 'the extra point and
the Sharks led 14-0 at the end of
the first quarter.
The Sharks scored again in the
second quarter as fullback Wayne
Taylor plugged it up the middle for
a 35 yard TD and made it 21-0 by
booting the extra point.
'Blountstown found the range in
the third quarter and scored on an
eleven yard pass play. The extra
point attempt failed. The Tigers
broke loose again in the fourth
quF ter as a Blountstown halfback
-broke loose and galloped 55 yards
to score. The Sharks added their
last tally in the fourth quarter that
featured a series of quarterback
sneaks by Ed Smith that moved the
ball to the Tiger six where Frank
Fletcher went over to score.
The Sharks travel to Bonifay to-
night in quest of their seventh vic-
tory. Bonifay is one of the weaker
teams in the conference and should-
n't be too much trouble for the









Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ferrell To Observe Flower Show Rules
Golden Wedding Anniversary Nov. 10
Rilnw .are the rules, regulations-classes.


Mrs. R. F. Stansberry and Mrs. L.
F. McNair make their home in the
Capitol City of Georgia-Atlanta.
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NEWS MUSIC WEATHER
Given Daily Over Station

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COTTAGE PRAYER
MEETINGS ARE PLANNED
Cottage prayer meetings will be
held this week end prior to the
Methodist Revival as follows:
Thursday (tonight) with Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon Hallmark.
Friday night, with Mr. and Mrs.
Chauncey Costin.
Both meetings will be held at


7:,30 p.m.


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and classes for the Port St. Joe 10. A Sweepstakes award will be
Garden Club's first Fall Flower given to the exhibitor having the


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SJoe Hardware


Port St. Joe, Florida
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D.--mail, 8 1 ,n.).
Class 8, F.or Friends that Share:
Arrangement. : suitable for a
Thanksgiving table, to be placed
on a card table :with one plaice set-
ting.
Class 9, 'For Gods 'Bounty Every-
where:
Arrangement of fruits, vegetables,
grain, nihts, flowers 'and foliage,
not to exceed 20-36 inches.
Class 10, That Christmas is Com-
ing:
Arrangement suitable for Christ-
mas, dried, sprayed, glitter mater-
ial, glitter, bells, balls and candles
permitted. IShown in niche, exhlbi-
tor to furnish background.
HORTICULTURE
Any annual fl w'er 1 stem.
Any perennial flower, 1 stem.
Any rose, 1 stem.
Any flowering house plant.
Any green leaved house plant.
Any colored leaved house plant.
Any ornamental 'shrub.
Any .flower or plant worthy of
consideration.


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fHUASDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1957


Mr. and Mrs, William Benjamin Panama City Club To
Ferrell, 515 Third Street, will cele-
brate their Golden Wedding Anni- Hold Flower School
versary on November 10. No recep-
tion, tea, or open house is the re- Of special interest to members
quest of the couple, whose wishes of the Garden Club, is the School
are being carried out by the fam- of Arrangements and Horticulture
ily. Which will be held by the Panama
Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell were mar- City Garden Club starting next
ried 50 years ago in a country home week.
in Greensboro, Gadsden County, Beginning on the 13th, Course
Florida, where they had lived all number one will be given at the
their lives prior to their marriage. Garden Center in Panama City.
They have resided in Port St. Mrs. Jack 'White will instruct in
Joe since July, 1918, and are con- arrangements on Wednesday and
sidered pioneers of the city, hav- the following day, the 14th, Mrs.
ing lived in a city only about 50 Alma Funk will teach Flower Show
years old. Practice and Horticulture. The
"Uncle Ben" and "Aunt Mamie"' written examination will be held
at they are affectionately known, on the 15th.
have been blessed with nine chi!- All sessions will be held at the
dren and seven grandchildren. Garden Center starting at 9 a.m.
Four children are still living. One -and the fee is $1.00 per day.
son, W. J. lives in Port St. Joe, Anyone interested in flower ar-
ar.d the other, W. W. resides in rangements and horticulture is in-
Jacksonville. Their two daught3-.4. vited to attend.


show. mostt blue ribbons.
1. Competition open to all ama- 11. A Sweepstake award will be
teur gardeners, whether members given for the most ribbons in the
of the Garden Club or not, except entire show.
in classes 9 and 10. 12. Awards will be:
2. All entries must be classified 1st prize, Blue Ribbon.
and registered between 7:30. a.m. 2nd prize, Red Ribbon
and 11:00 a.m., Saturday, Novem- 3rd prize, Yellow Ribbon.
her 9. Any exhibit brought after Honorable Mention, White Ribbon
this hour will be non-competitive. Special Award, Green Ribb'on.
3. No evhibitor may make more The ribbons will be awarded at
than one entry in any class. the discretion of the judges.
4. Doors closed from 11:00 a.m. 13. All flower arrangements must
to 3.00 p.m. Saturday for judging. be exhibitor's own .work.
Only judges and clerks allowed in WE ARE THANKFUL
the exhibit room at this time. ----Class 1, For the Sun That Shines:
5. Port iSt. Joe Garden Club as- Arrangement of Florida Citrus
sumes no responsibility for con- fruits with palm and/or pine.
tainers or materials, although rea- Clasp 2, For the Wind that Blows:
sonable caution will be taken. All Arrangement expressing rhythm.
containers should be marked with Dried material may Ibe used or com-
owners' name and must be removed bined with fresh. Accessory permit-
before 11:00 a.m. Monday. ted.
6:No entries may be removed uln- Class 3, For Sea and Land:
til after 7:00 p.m. Sunday. Wilted Arrangement featuring driftwood
flowers should (be replaced in an with dried material.
arrangement before 1:00 p.m. San B-Fresh.
day. Class 4, For Moon that Glows:
7. All plants in horticultural see Crescent arrangement in shades
tion must be grown by the exh'i- of yellow. Fresh flowers.
bitor. B-Dried material.
8. Flowers or foliage in arrange Class 5, For Simple Things:
ment classes only may be purchas- Arrangement in a household uten-
ed. sil or on a plaque. Exhibitors choice
9. A Tri-Color will be selected Figurine permitted.
from both cultural and arrangement Class 6, For Birds that Sing:
iBerries, seeds or pods, bird used
as an accessory or as part of the
i design.
Class 7, For Little Things:
SA--Miniature- o(3 il.)


FPIlAr v n AlOo !URDA,
ONE SHOWING OF EACH
PICTURE
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IN THE GOLDEN HELL
OF THE HIGH SIERRAS!

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PRICES GOOD NOVEMBER 7, 8 and 9
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DUSinUs iieeTing
The Woman's Society of Chris-
tian iService held its regular month-
ly business meeting Monday after-
noon, November 4 at 3 p.m. in the
Methodist Church sanctuary.
The devotional, "My Heart An
Altar and Thy Love The Flame", a
service of intercession, was under
the direction of Mrs. Charles
Brown.
Mrs. G. iS. Croxton, president, con-
ducted the business session.
Minutes of the previous meeting
was read and accepted. The treas-
urer gave her report and was ac-
cepted as read.
Reports of officers and circle
chairmen were given.
It was announced that a revival
will begin Monday, November 11 at
the 'Methodist Chuhch. Morning
services will begin at 7:00 a.m. af-
ter which coffee and doughnuts will
be served. The evening service will
begin at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is cor-
dially invited. Services will end
Friday night.
The circles will meet as follows
on Monday, Nov. 11.
Circle 1, Mrs. Earl Tom Pridgeon
Circle 2, Mrs. Betty Godfrey.
Circle 3, Mrs. Helen Kilbourn.
Circle 4, Mrs. J. L. Miller, 9:30.
The meeting was closed with the
society benediction.
Thia on voir prniting Is a sign of quality.,


Llsrea First Baptist WMU ST-oPISRCCH
Rev. Gardner D. Underhill
Met Monday Priest- n-charge
Fall Bazaar Set 21st Sunday after Trinity, Nov.
'Mrs. L. W. Cox, president, called 10. 7:30 a.m., Celebration of the
For November 20 the November business meeting of Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a.m., Church
I the First Baptist WMU to order by School. 11:00 a.m., Morning prayer
St. James' Woman's Auxiliary is asking the group to sing the new and sermon. 7:30 p.m. Th eEpisco-
sponsoring their fall Bazaar in WMU year song, "Lead On, 0 King pal Young Churchman.
sponsoring their all Bazaar in the Eternal". Mrs. Joe Bracewell led The public is cordially invited to
Parish House, November 20 from in prayer. Mrs. Cliff Ellis, secre- worship with us and is assured of
4 to p.m. Itary, called the roll and read the a warm welcome.
rs. Gardner Underhill, general minutes. Do not forget! On Wednesday,
chairman of the event announces The chairmen's reports were giv- Nov. 20, the Woman's Auxiliary of
that there will be games, white ele- en with special emphasis given to St. James' Church will hold their
phant sale, candy, cake booths and special coupons for the Children's Annual Bazaar. The Bazaar will
many items on sale. The doll booth Home and Communiity Mission. Spe. open at 4:00 p.m. and the Harvest
will be an added attraction featur- cial gifts were given to the Fr- Dinner will start at 6:00 p.m. We
ing lov eign BSaU students at Stetson TTni- are looking for everybody in the
clothing, versity and Carver iSchool. Lottie community to attend.
A turkey dinner under 'the su Moon Week of iPrayer was announ-
pervision of Mrs. Sara L. Kenney ced for December 2 thru 6.
will be served from 6 to 8 p.m. The mission book, "Continent in LATEST AP NEWS DAILY
'Mrs. Tom Coldewey is in charge Commotion" will be taught next
of tickets. Mrs. J. C. Arbogast food, Monday at 3 p.m. with Mrs. C.
Mrs. Henry Maige decorations, Mrs. Byron Smith in charge. W JYou Di
dByron 'Smith in charge. 15"0 C n You., Dial
Paul Fensom, potted plants and Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon dismissed
aprons and Mrs. Bert Munn, pub- the meeting with prayer.
licity. t- .-..g, _.-. _
For reservations or tickets call
Mrs. Tom Coldewey. _

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.... From here the Tigers began to next Thursday, the Junior team
n Ti r Ls T a move the ball and were able to pick will play the Junior Team from the
Blountstown Tigers st Tuesay up two first downs during the open- Florida Industrial School for BoysResults
FOR SALE: Penney's Be ch AparS ing of the second quarter and were here at Port St. Joe at 7:30 p.m.
ments ,Is-]L. J oeBah, Port St.


Joe. I
FOR SALE: Beach lots. Reason-
able. Apply at this agency.
FOR SALE: House and lot at
White City' on Highway 71.
E. TOM PRIOGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAII 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
LOTE FOR SALE: Beacon Hill
and Mexico Beach. $350 and up.
Make your own terms. R. L. Fort-
ner, Mexico Beach. tfc-9-26
FOR SALE: Frigidaire automatic
washing machine. Perfect condi-
tion. Going overseas. Must sell.
66 11th St., Apalachicola. 2tp

A BIG DISCOUNT HOUSE in a
small town. The largest sel 'stion
of gas appliances in the Big Bond
area. If it burns gas we'-sell it. "'i-
tizens Gas Co., Inc., Ave. "R" at 8th
St., Apalachicola. .. .41c-10-24
FOR SALE: 10-foot Cmeat case. 1st
class condition. Cheap.. Contact
Foy Soheffer, Phone 7-4726.. 3tp
FOR SALE: house trailer' on half
acre of land or one acere of land
at Howard's Creek. See Foy Schef-
for. Phone 7-4726. 3tp
FOR SALE: 1950 ChrySler Windsor
$150 cash. Mrs. E. P. Lapeyrouse.


'FOR SALE: Block 87, Lot 28, Loca-
tion 10. Garrison Ave., Port t.
Joe. See John Dady. 4tp-11-7

HOUSE FOR SALE: Three bed-
rooms, two baths and den. See
Ernest Wimberly, Phone 7-5261.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished duplex
apartment. On Palm Blvd. See
Silas R. Stone.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom garade
apartments. Two, three and four:
bedroom cottages, furnished. Call
BARl 9-1184, or see Mrs. C. E.
Thompson at Costin's Cottages,
Beacon Hill. 8tp-10-10
FOR RENT: 4-room unfurnished
apartment. Can be seen at 515
Third St. or Call, 7-7736.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment for couple only. Mrs. A. M.
Jones. Phone 7-7646. tfc-11-7
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom unfurnish-
ed house. Located on 9th St. See
Jack Sheffield or phone 7-4881.
FOR RENT: 3-room house. Furnish-
ed. Best location. $45 mo. 808


The Port St. Joe Junior High
played their third Inter-scholastic
game of the season Tuesday night


The Junior Sharks kicked o :-,. driving goal-ward until Bob Munn
Baby Tigers to begin the second intercepted a Tiger pass at the
quarter. On a series of downs from Shark 30 yard line. From here a


against the Blountstown Baby Ti- their 35 the Tigers picked up a Hammond pass was intercepted by
gers. first down at their 45. Some fine the Tigers as the third quarter
defensive play led iby Courtney ended. The Tigers capitalized on
Blountstown won the toss at the |Martin. Joe W1 aly, Jimmy Lann, this break and moved to the Shark
coin and chose 'to receive. Blaine M.chael McKenaie, Don Gardner two yard line. The Sharks held for
Tharpe kicked to the Baby Tigers and Donnie Yo1ir/.'ield the T'gers two downs but on third down the
and the return was for about five for no gain.' .; Tigers scored. The try for extra
yards. The Junior Sharks held the point was no good. The Sharks led
Tigers for no gain for two downs With a fourth auS1.ten the Baby 12-6 at this point.
and on third down and ten the Tigers were fLrc;ed t,, kick A Shark An onside kick by the Tigers fail-
Junior Sharks covered a Blounts- fi.mble, led to. aBloain-stown break, ed and on the next kick Nelson
tow fumble. From the Blountstown but the Tigers a ere& unable to cap- received the kick-off and returned
45 with Freddy Bowdoin calling the italize as the. JuiL._'r Sharks yielded e it to the Sharks 45. With time run-
signals the Junior Sharks had a only seven yard5 in four plays. ning out Bowdoin, on a quarterback
first down on the Blountstown 35. With Bowdoin LcaII'lj the signals keeper play, went to the Tiger 30.
On a reverse play Nelson Hall ran a Bowdoin to Munn pass was good Here the Sharks were penalized
35 yards for the Sharks first touch- for 20 yards. '-With, ternate rann- five yards for delay of the game.
down. The try for extra point was ing by Bob 'Munn. Blaine Tharpe, Bowdoin ran out the clock on a:
no good. The end of the first quar-,,Chesley"Fensom, NEl.--on s-rall, Jim- quarterback keep play.
ter the Sharks were leading 6-0. Imy Wilder. Steve ,Kennedy and Final score, Junior Sharks 12,
Bowdoin, the' Sharkg moved the Blountstown Baby Tigers 0.
Benton Hamm at 9-1876. tfc-9-12 ball to the ..Tigers 12 yard line. 1Boys that were outstanding of-
SPECIAL SERVICGE From here Bowdoin on a quarter- fensively and defensively were
back keeper play scored to make Freddy Bowdoin, Johnny Chafin,
-OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing it Sharks 12, Tigers 0. jLarry Davis, Chesley Fensom, Cur-
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING. Bob Munn kicked to the Tigers tis Hammond, Nelson Hall, Harold
hoire 7d, also Outboard motors rE- and they returned the ball to their Keels, 'Buddy Kennington, Courtney
own 35. From here the Tigers were; Martin, Michael McKenzie, Paul
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call ,held for no gain and gambled on Presnell, Wayne Stevens, Ollie
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for a fourth down but failed. With Cur- Stoutamire, Blaine Tharpe, Rich-
quick expert service. tfC--2 tis Hammond calling the signals for ard Thompson, Joe Whaley, Carl
'qADE US that useless article for the Sharks, the half ended with Zimmerman, Don Gardner, Steve
A.omething useful. STOP and the Sharks on the Tigers.30 yard Kennedy, Howard Lovett, Jimmy
APline. Stephens, Lindsey Thursbay, Jim-
Keys Made While You Wait The second half began with the my Wilder, Donnie Young, Jimmy
35c EACH Tigers kicking to the Sharks. The Long, George Boyer, Sonny Eells,
BICYCLE PARTS Junior sharks failed to make a first Bob Munn and Clifford Wimberly.
WESTERN AUTO down and Bob Munn kicked to the The Junior team will play their
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F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
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you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
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
Fridivq 7-) 30 -in Masoic


.r FidaysU : p.m.InI. asonic
16th St. Phone 7-4616. tfc Hall. All members urged to attend;
FOR RENT: One small two-bed- visiting brethren Invited.
room cottage. Beacon Hill. See C. W. LONG, N. G.
Bill Carr at St. Joe Hardware. J. C. PRICE, Secty.
FOR RENT: Small house on Long THERE WILL BE a regular com-
Avenue. Close to schools. Call munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
Avenue. Close to schools. .Call nd
Mrs. Bobby Baxley, Phone 7-4876. No. 111, F M atevery first and
FOR YOUR AVON Christmas gifts
see or call Mrs. L. Z. Henderson,
BAll 7-3014. Stp EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M.
ROY L. BUROH, Secty.
ELECTRIC IRONS REPAIRED: All Master Masons cordially invited
Expert repairs on all types irons.
Red's Shoe Shop. tfc WILLIS V. ROWAM POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet.
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.50 lng first and third Monday nights
hour. Cut your lawn and let me 800 p.m., American Legion Home.
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
son, Phone 7-7601. St. Joseph Chapter No. 5,6, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
WANTED: Any news of interest to ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddle,
your neighbor for the Panama High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
City News and Herald. Call Mi s.





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First Baptist Circle 1I
Meets With Mrs. Clements Sign3ls ... Secret Language of Baseball
T.
Circle number one of the First .. .
Baptist Church WMS met Monday, 4
October 21 at the home of Mrs.
John Clements with three -members ---
and one visitor present. Mrs. Cliff L Ar .'l
Ellis brought the devotion. Officers 1 'AI.
for the new year were elected as L
follows: Chairman, Mrs. E. H. Van
Landingham; Go-chairman, Mrs. .1 J
John Clements; Secretary and .
treasurer, Mrs. Bob Baxley; Pro- ., IH AD '(8 T 6,AB G -6
gram chairman, Mrs. Cliff Ellis; 'fi? D 00 "It
Mission study chairman, Mrs. Cliff .. 2 6
Ellis; Community mission chair- '
man, Mrs. Robert Whittle; Publi- '
city chairman, Mrs. Bob Baxley; MA I"') J P P
After further business, Mrs. Cle- '4 1(luAL...AOD
ments dismissed with prayer. De- A "..L. A4A.I.1l01",
licious refreshments were served by o WAIA HAD/
the hostess. '. .


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Washington High School Will Celebrate

Annual Homecoming This Week End

Washington High School of Port Friday morning at 10:30 the Cha-
St. Joe will celebrate its Home- pel program will begin with the
coming program starting Thursday pep rally, Chapel program and
-1 .. ---- -l- r; f A Miltnn' P fiin I rral n ve the Th e e


night with the coro
nation of Miss
Lola McKenzie as Miss Washington


High. The Coronation will start at
8 p.m. Thursday night with the
Washington High School ,marching
band playing the march. Jimmie L.
Frazier will crown Lola McKenzie
as Miss Washington High.
Following the coronation there
will be a Tiger Rally on the Wash-
ington High School lawn.


Churches of God

10th In Number
Statistics released in the 1958
yearbook of American Churches in-
dicate the Assemblies of God is


.... nu ..m. TfHE 6tAR, Port St. J6*, ihi
Vod .number d7-62 i the U. S and
some 8,747 abroad. Membership of I
the American Assemblies of God is First Baptist Circles
approximately 471,115. Although I
the number of churches placed hte 'ave General Meeting
denomination ninth, mmebership-


wise, it is 28,th. However, many of'
th churches have no roll and oth-
ers place little emphasis on mem-


The Circles of the First Baptist
Church met for a general meeting
on October 28 to study the program,


THURSA4, NOVEMBER 19tf

Intra-Mural

Activity News
By PAT SPEARS
The girl's volleyball and boy's


My Country /'/ aged opening one church a day for Many of the annual flower seeds active inteaching the year book A cam out victorious. e nex
the past six years. should be planted now for best re- to the circles. The circles under- game is scheduled for November 6.
SChurches of the Assemblies of suits. Protect from any extreme took the t proejt of fostering Aux- The other games will be played
winter cold by covering rightly iliary activity, later with the championship game
journey to Slugger's field where a with straw or other mulching ma- Mrs. W. O. Nichols dismissed the being played November 20.
record breaking homecoming crowd trial. This plan will work well meeting with prayer.
is expected 'to turn out to see the with such annuals as larkspur, ba-
7. iWashington High School Tigers chelor buttons, calendula, phlox, LEGAL AD'IERTISING
battle Jackson High of Milton. sweet peas and stock. .Watch the I NOTICE
Friday night the victory ball will market for pansy plants. The Board of County Commi-
end the Homecoming ceremonies Have you observed the beautiful sioners of Gulf County, Florida,
S in the gymnasium, tallow tree leaves on McClellan will offer the following personal
A / The pre-game and half time show Ave. We are now benefitting from property forsale, to-wit:
BOY SCOUTS OP AM ERICA will feature the Washington High a garden club of years past when plane motor (used), without
School band an dthe Jackson High our eyes feast upon this array of propeller.
School band of Milton. autumn splendor. One (1) 85 hp Continental Aero-
plane motor (used), with pro-
peller.
said personal property will be sold
S... .... by sealed bids on November 12,
THE NEW ROCKETS ARE HEFRE... BRINGING YOU 1957, at 9:00 p.m. (CST), address
all bids to George Y. Core, Clerk
Circuit Court, Wewahitchka, Flor-
GOI G ida, said property may be inspect-
S-ed at the Gulf County Mosquito
control building, in Wewahitchka
IIand Port St. Joe, Florida.
S- ..Board of County Commissioners
Gulf County. Florida
By: J. C. PRB01D
...THE NEW WAY OF COING PLACES IN THE ROCKET AC1 I chairman.
IN THE CTROUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery.
ALEX H. YOUNG, defendant
LUEW INNIE YOUNG, Defendant
NOTICE TO Luewinnie Youn',
whose place of residence Is Route
'.3, Ashburn, Georgia,
7.._ ,. ...' On or before the 9th day of De-
member, A.D., 1957 the defendant,
Luewlnnie Young is required to
A serve upon Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address
is 221 Reid Avenue, Port iSt. Joe
Florida, a copy of and file with the
Suw Clerk of said Court, the original of
an answer to the Bill of Complaint
S'filed against her herein.
SWitness my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
-Gulf County, Florida, this 4th day
of November, A.D., 1957.
GEORGE Y. OORE,
Clerk Circuit Coufft.
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-11-7
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
ADVERTISEMENT 'FOR 'BIDS
Sealed bids in duplicate will be
received by the Board of Public In-
......struction of Gulf County, Wewahit-
(CST) November 21, 1957, at which
time and place all bids will be pub-
,licly opened and read aloud for
the installation of a new boiler for
St. Joe Elementary School, Port
St. Joe, Florida.
REQUIREMENTS: C o n tractor
shall furnish a packaged automatic
oil fired low pressure hot water
.,boiler with all accessories and con-
trols together with a forced draft
fan, safety controls and switches.
SVBoiler shall be mounded on a struc-
tural steel base and shall fit the
space provided. Installation shall e
4W.made during the Christmas holiday
-.-... period and shall be returned to op-
J. *eration when school re-opens in
S ..Contract documents and specifi-
P, -". cations .may be received at the of-
A Public Instruction, Gulf County,
Port St. Joe, Florida, or The Ar-
Four-Beam Headlamps Increase chitect, Norman P. Gross, and may
night.driving safety, reduce glare. be procurred by the General Con,-
tractor from the Architect upon a
deposit of $10.00. The full amount
of the deposit will be returned to
each General Contractor who sub-
mits a bid, and all other deposits
will be refunded with deduction zf
MO R 190 8 !3n cost of reproduction and delivery
of the documents; upon .eturn of
OLDSisMOUBILE LAT all documents in good condition
within less than ten (10) days af-
N EW ca ss OF ARS ter date of the opening of bids.
Af P Cashier's check, Certified Che'k
or Bid Bond for not less than 5"
... .of the amount of the bid must ac-
S. company each proposal.
-. -- .O.F,-' Performance, Labor and Material
.>. ~ Bond and Workman's Compensation
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Milvtuoun unea,, gin b ,.-' ip the tenth ranking denomination in ,bership, the Rev. Gilliland stated. "An Open Door". touch football tournament sponsor-
squad in charge. Sunday School enrollment in the The Sunday School enrollment of The meeting was opened with ed by the intramural board of Port
The parade will begin at 2:00 United States. The revised church the Assemblies of God is more rep- the group repeating the theme of St. Joe High School has begun:
p.m. being led by the Washington ranks also placed the denomination resentative of the size of the de- the program in unison. This was The .tournament was planned by
p. in l y archien band and eighth in number of ministers, nomination, the Rev. Gilliland indi- followed with the singing of ithe the board. In the girl's olleybail
High SchooR.Jackson High School ninth in churches, 28th in churcn cated. As of 1956 Sunday Schools WMU hymn, "Lead On, 0 King homeroom 12-A was the nuinbe:-
m arching band. This will e the membership, seventh in Sunday had 87.8,080 members and 88,296 Ebternal" and a prayer by Mrs. 'one seeded team with 10A follow
ar two marching ban School workers and teachers and workers and teachers. A drive is Clifford Ellis. ling as the number two team. 11AB
have participated two minthearching bandscom- eighth in number of Sunday underway to boost enrollment to Following the introduction by and 12B were third and fourth.
ing ceremoniesSchools. The Assemblies of God is one million by 1960. the program chairman, the follow : With the playing of 12B an 10C
Afterthearade the crew willthe fifth largest missionary denom Statistics released by the 1958 ing parts were given: "A Cobbler's November 6 the games will go into
nation in the world and stands first Yearbook of American Churcbes Shop-Door to Christian Misisons, the semi-finals. 12A has gone into
in number of foreign Bible schools. were compiled by the National Mrs. L. W. 'Cox; "Door of Heri- the semi-finals with their victory
Included in the national release A1 Council .of Churches in Christ. The stage Mrs. E. C. Cason; "The Door'over 10C. 11AB was also success-
statistics was Oak Grove Assembly publication includes all denomina- of the Present", "The Door of Op- ful with their win over 9C to place
of God Church, Madison St., Port tions of the U. .S. including those portunity" and "New Doors for them in the semi-finals playing
St. Joe. Local congregation of the not a member of the National Coun- Southern Baptist, by Mrs. Milton 'against 1ZA Friday, November 8.,
S denomination, 'according to the Rev. cl. Chain; "The Door of Responsibill- The winner of the 12B and 10B
-. L. Gilliland, local pastor, the The Assemblies of God is a mam- ty", Mrs. W. Ramsey and "Doors game will play 10A to see which
church has a current Sunday School ber of the National Assoc:ation of Opened Wide," Mrs. E. H. Van team will go against the winner of
AL enrollment of 248. Evangelicals, and does not hold Landingham. the 12A game.
Growth of ,the Assemblies of God membership in 'the National Coun. Mrs. Ellis completed the program The championship game will be
can ,be credited to an active home cil af Churches. by reading "Christ for the World played November 13 during the'
missions and Sunday School pro- We Sing" noon period in the gym
gram, according to the Rev. Gilli- Garden Club Notes During the businessmeeting, gen- The boy's touch football began
land. The dneomination has aver- eral chairmen were named to Tbe November 4 wit h9C playing 9A.


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(Continued From Pade 1) (Continued from pa"n 1) te gain with about 5 million THE &AftA, Port 8t. J'6, Pla. THURi$DAY,V NOVEMBER 7, 1957
ToE Bonifay Tonight -Sharks Win persons while the Northeast states
C wekE had only half this amount a 6.4 per Negro Hospitalized
SCounty team is expected to "shoot last week 19-6. The Sharks defeated cent gain.
ar mthe works" as the form sheet indi- Graceville 33-7. It should be noted Florida in 1956 was estimated to After Altercation
States they must do this to stay in that- this game will be played have 3,885,000 people compared
the game. Thursday night (tonight) Instead with the 2,771,914 in 1950. Since R. L. Dunn is in the hospital and
The Sharks will be in top physi- of Friday as previously scheduled. 1951 the state has been growing at Tom Barnett is in the County jail
cal condition with the exception of Game time is 8:30 p.m., Port St. a steady rate of about 200,000 per- as a result of an argument that
Richard Zipperer who is still hob- Joe time. sons each year. occurred in the colored section of
bled with a sprained ankle. Fred St. Joe B-town More than 3 per cent of Florida's Port St. Joe Sunday afternoon. .
Griffin's nose was broken in the First Downs .....--------. 6 7 gain was attributed to military per-
Blountstown game. He will be avail- Yds. Rushing ... 220 89 sonnel. According to chief of police H.
able for duty as an attachment to Yds. Passing .......22 67 Between 1950-56, the report esti- W. Griffin, Dunn came at Barnett
his helmet will protect the injury. Total Ydg ......- 242 156 mates, in Florida, 503,000 babies with at brick in each hand. Barnett
The senior members of the Pass Att-.mp .. _.... 8 12 I were born, 192,000 persons died picked up an ax. Naturally, with
every effort to end their high Had Intercept. 0 1 and a whopping 802,000 plus moved the ax handle being longer than the
school careers in great style. Tir his Yds. Penalized ---- 120 65 into the state. Migration to Florida bricks, Barnett had the advantage
school careers in great style. This Yds. Penalized 120 65 accounted for a percentage gain of and dealt Dunn a stinging blow or
year'.s team has a chalice to post 28.9. During this time about 38,000 two on the back of his head and
the top won and lost record of any youths from Florida left the state on his left jaw bone, which was
11 man football team in the his- Rummage Sale In to serve in the armed forces. broken. Barnett was striking with
tory of the school. This is a great ___________-I the hammer side of the ax.
challenge. It will be interesting to Dunn is in the Municipal' Hospital THE STAR
see how the team reacts to this Neen O f oods with a fractured skull and a bro-
possibility. NEWS MUSIC WEATHER ken jaw 'bone. Phone BAIl 7-3161
The starting lineup will be as, Several needy families have re- Given Daly Over Station -
follows: left end, David Mussel- quested aid from the hospital Aux- i, n our printing is a signof quality,
white; left tackle. Larry Henley; iliary Rummage Sale. These fam- W J 0 E
left guard, Sonny Chafin; right lies are required to bring the peo- Heavenly Diamonds
guard, Kenneth 'Hurlbut or Alex ple needing clothing to the sale 1570 On Your Dial Small diamonds have bee. found
Gaillard; right tackle, Tedry Hi- on Saturday in order that they may in meteorites.
note; right end, Billy Denton; be fitted However, since recent
quarterback, Jackie Mitchell or sales have greatly increased the
Edward Smith; left half, Ross amount of merchandise, clothing of
lHudson; fullback Wayne Taylor all sorts is desperately needed.
and right half, Franklin Fletcher. Many children attend our schools
C- only because their parents can af-Y o u A e I vie
ford to buy clothing at' these re-
LATEST AP NEWS DAILY duced prices. To Attend the Showing of The Newest
If you have youngsters who are To Attend the Showing of The Newest
DR. JOE HENDRIX examines wound on Scout Rodney Herring's please call the rummage sale col- of N W ars
arm in the Scout first aid rescue drill Monday night. Herring 15M0 Cn You.' DiP lectors. If it is more convenient,
was one of the victims rescued by the Scouts. (Star photo) you may laeve your rummage at the
the sale on Wednesday at 9:00 a.m.
KiwanisSees Movietlywhen this committee is pricing
Soieenator Bart Knight Tells 0taryrummage. The collectors are Mrs.
On P. 0. Operation Club of Changes In Constitution uzzett and Mris. Floyd Campbell.
'Postmaster Chauncey Costin pro- I-The Auxiliary wishes to thankI
vided the :program at the Kiwanis iSenator Bart Knight provided the I the many people who make the
Club meeting Tuesday. program for the Rotary Club at Mechanical Engineers sale each Saturday possible, and
Costin presented a movie on the their regular weekly meeting last Ealso th e following merchants: THERE IS NOTHING NEWER IN THE WORLD
operation of the post office depart- Thursday. PanamaStones' Shop for Men and Costin's
ment that showed how the depart- Knight talked to the Rotarians Department Store.
ment was utilizing machines in about the new State Constituion The American Society of Mechan- All proceeds go for comforts ande
their operation to speed matters up. and what it meant for West Florida ical Engineers held a business improvements at the MunicipalT
Costin stated that this is the first and more specifically, what it will meeting-dinner at the Dixie Sher- Hospital.
revolution in mail handling since mean for Gulf County. man Hotel in Panama City, Mon-
the department was formed. One of the main benefits for .clay, November 4. Present from Novem ber 7, 8 and 9
He dealt a little on the recent Gulf County out of the new Con- Port St. Joe were Tom Coldewey. Florida population Up
request by the department for a stitution, upon its ratification by H J Brouilette and Karl Aler I X Y s
raise in postal rates which was the voters will be placing it in a Speaker fotr this event was Carl
passed by the House and not act- two-county senatorial district widh H. Holm, Head, Torpedo Co m.er- S
ed on by the Senate in the last Calhoun County. Formerly Gulf Imeasures Division, USNMDL. Dur. W ASHINGTON-Florida's popu-
session of Congress. Costin said'was in a four-county district of ing World War II, Mr. Holm was to ed b
that postage rates had not been ,Gulf, Bay, Washington and Cal- a Captain in the U. S. Navy and1950 to 1956. A revised estimate by
biked since 1932 when the postal tha i tv the (Bureau of Census shows Florida
ihoun. commanded a flotilla of salvage
stomp char. was raised from 2c Knight said that the new consti- vessels which operated in the Car as the nathirdon, folloastest wing only th state popin
to c. tution was more brief than its older ribean and the South Pacii*. Mr. t atio, following oa o Ford-Aire Suspension You Ride On Air
Costin said that the raise in pos- counterpart and that the aiew ver- Holm presented a very interesting elation 'boomsof v
tal rates would help finance some sion was free of errors, while the talk entitled, "Combat Sal rage Op- zona. Smoothest Ride In The World
of the changes depicted in the mo-eI The state was one of five 'to ex-
e and woledeve usp old version was literallyosprinkled rationss. perience numerical increases of N W tlin Sets The Voue
vie and would eventually peed up with errors of one kind 'or another. peie.cAnueneiasaanointeaetosthemon nNewSSetsT Vogue
the operation so that the depart- The new Constitution takes some mr ASn was pp ete r niohe on Aroun The World
ment would operate more efficient of the powers from the State De-cmembership Committee represent. the six-year period. The leader of Tested The
and require less of a handout from apartment heads and puts it on the ing Port St. Joe, and he urges all this group was California with a
the generalfund each year. shoulders of the legislature, and at members, and prospective members, gain of 2,885,000, followed by Texas
Souers of the egislaure'an are interested in ttendin.g with a gain of about 1,223,000, Mi-
Guests of the club were Stephen the samn e time makes local mniat- w are iners in aen g with a gin of bout 1,223,000, Mi-
Whealton, Edward Smith, Larry tes a local matter, thus adding 'these meetings to contact him. T' e chigan with 1,208,000, Ohio with
vasaw, terms a local matter, thus ridding.nStotJoe1M otorwC
Henley, Frank Fletcher, Rev. Mar- the Legislature of many time-con- next meeting of this organiation 1,250,000 and Florida with 1,114,000.
vin Warwick of Chickasaw, Ala., suming local bills each session, will be held at '6:30 CST, Dfcem- 'Nationwide the population gain Sor
Kirt' Davis of Tallahassee, Jimmy Knight said that the Legislature ber 12. This meeting will be "Ladies' was 11 percent but the Western
Johnson of Dothan, Ala., and, M. P, had included in the Constitution to Night". The January meeting will states increased about 23.1 per cent 322Phone 7-3737
Tomlinson. raise their own salary while at the be held in Port St. Joe preeded b.y or more than twice the national 322 Monument Ave. Phone 7-3737
e eme time, lightening their work a visit of the section members of average. The North Central States
Last Rites Held For load. They can also name their this society. outstripped the other regions in ab-
Warren Whitfield Youth own adjournment time
The new Constitution provides -
William M. Whitfield, 18 month for a Lt.-Governor. The Lt.-Gover-
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren C. noi cannot run for Governor and r
Whitfield recently of Port St. Joe if he has to serve. part of a term,
died at the Houston, Texas, Me- he -cannot then run for the office.
thoqist Hospital October 30. Of interest to Gulf County was
He is survived by one brother, a point brought out by Knight that
Clarence; grandparents, Mr. and the county seat of a county can be
Mrs. C. L. Whitfield of Highland changed simply by a vote 'of the
View and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Giv- electorate. The new constitution
ens of Crystal Lake; great grand- also provides that the counties may
mother, Mrs. Laura L. Whitfield of have branch offices in cities other
Funeral services were held at The new Constitution eliminates
the Oak Grove Assembly of God school board trustees and gives
Church Friday at 3 p.m. Interment power to the County Commission OR FULLY AUTOM ATIC
was at Pleasant Rest Cemetery at and the School 'Board to pass their
Active pallbearers were Hubert Visitowms of 'the club were Mannie "n.w

and Doyle Glass. F. Randolph and 'Billy Buzzett of
'Comforter Funeral Home of Port Apalachicola. Juerr e
St. Joe was in charge of arrange- Just come to your DANLEY Furnitud
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A Good Deal Lucille!
Nothing short of a paid up mortgage could have pleased
us more than the announcement last Wednesday afternoon of
talks by our City and County Commissioners on the subject of
doing something constructive about the deplorable condition of
our city streets, as well as the streets in other parts of the county.
It is well that the entire county will receive road benefits
from their plan, but we are primarily interested in Port St. Joe
and just what the plan of floating a road bond issue would mean
to the city.
At the present time Port St. Joe is receiving driblets of
the County's allotted share of the secondary road fund money
handed out by the State of Florida for a farm to market road
program. At the rate Port St. Joe is having her streets construct-
ed and resurfaced, it will be over 10 years before the city will
have all its streets surfaced and opened up as they should be.
In the meantime, city tax payers are paying around $30,-
000 annually into a street construction and maintenance fund.
Not all of this fund goes to street maintenance, but with the pres-
ent condition of the city streets, most of it is. One can drive
about the city most any day and see two or three men busy patch-
ing roads. And still, you don't have a good road to ride on -- it
just removes the holes. With the advent of paving throughout
the city, this expense of patching would be cut down to a mere
trickle, making a savings for the taxpayer. -
And there is no doubt at all in my mind but what new
roads would also mean fewer auto repair bills and a prolonged
life out of today's expensive tires.
County-wide, the taxpayer will probably save a goodly
sum in the County road and bridge fund which is now being ex-
pended for maintenance of roads in populated areas, where there
is no city to maintain roads. A drop in the road and bridge fund
would mean a drop in taxes (this fund tops $100,000.00 this year).
In the matter of construction of the Dead Lakes Dam, the
taxpayer will save one mill off his tax bill. There is now one
mill assessed on the tax bill to provide "local effort" matching
funds for the construction of the dam. This "local effort" will go
on for 10 years and has a possibility of being raised above the
one mill. With the bond issue to take care of this expenditure,
the assessment would be dropped.
Now, we have said this won't cost the tax payer any more
money than he is now paying. We all know we don't get a thing
without paying for it, so just where does this mysterious "Santa
Claus" of a secondary road fund come from.
'It comes from the seventh and eighth cent gas tax. Each
cent of the 11c gasoline tax is designated for something. These
two cents are designated for use by the counties to construct secon-
dary roads. 80 per cent of the funds received by the county
are for construction recommended by the county and carried
out by the state the remaining 20 per cent is for maintenance
of these roads. Gulf County receives approximately $225,000.00
annually in these and a few Federal Government dollars.
This is where the money will go, and this is where it will
come from and the savings will amount to a considerable sum
over the years. Only about a third of our secondary road fund
will be used to; pay back the bonds so the county will not be
devoid of secondary road funds for any road that might come
up in the future, If you are interested in this plan, it may
do a world of good to express yourself to your county commission-
er along these lines.




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After the .Sharks convincing vic-
tory over unbeaten Chipley, only
one real big obstacle stands in the
way of a conference crown for the
St. Joe team and that is the ever
powerful Quincy Tigers. The Sharks
meet the Tigers in their annual
homecoming fray November 16 and
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ability of late and also Ken Hurl-
course the Sharks still have to but, Sonny Craf and Alex Gail-
meet Bonifay, a conference foe, be-ard leave little to be desired at
fore taking on the Tigers, but intheir guard posts. Peck Boyer has
view of the two teams past records b
come on to be as fine a line back-
they should be easy prey in the er as we've seen all year.
hands of the defense minded
Sharks. One thing we are sure of, iSo with this powerful defense and
Coach Marion Craig doesn't sell a vaunted offense that features
any opponent short and he will not line buster Wayne Taylor along
discount any factor that could mean with the slick ball handling of Ed
defeat for the Sharks. Smith, the running and fine pass-
ing of Jackie Mitchell and Ross
It seem that the Sharks are one guson, Frank Fletcher and Rich
of the better defensive teams in Hudson, Frank Fletcher and Rich-
of the better defensive teamsaard Zipierer, to round out the back-
the area, having allowed only four
touchdon tothi o one n field, we feel that if the Sharks
touchdowns to their opponents are mentally ready they can go all
the past six games. Two of its the way in the conference race.
toughest opponents, Marianna and _____ ______


uniploy, railed to crack the tough
forward wall of the Sharks for
points. The Shark line, led by two
tough ends, David Musselwhite
and Billy Denton has probably
jelled into one of the best defen-
sive lines that Craig has come up
with in his 10 seasons as football
coach. A lot of credit goes to tack-
les Terry Hinote and Larry Mans-


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51 where we were to recover Mrs. W.
J. Daughtry for the return trip to
Florida, she having stopped off five
weeks previously for a visit with
her daughter Alma, and son-in-law
Sam Bruno. We found that Mrs. D.
S had been on a mad whirl while we
were gone ,having taken in Wash-
ington and other points of interest
and been wined and dined by Mr.
and Mrs. Bruno.
One of the big points of interest
to Myrtice in Alexandria, she be-
longing to the Eastern Star, was
the George Washington Masonic
National Memorial, a magnificent
structure sponsored ;by all the
Grand Lodges in the U. S. and
which might be referred to as the
mecca of all Masons, being an in-
spiring reminder of the wisdom,
strength and beauty given the In-
fant republic 'by the Father of our
Country.
It is indeed a magnificent struc-
ture, designed in the classic archi-
tecture of Greece and Rome, and
stands on a 36-acre landscaped
plot. The building is 168 feet wide,
248 feet long and 331 feet high on
an elevation 108 feet above sea lev-
el, and from the portico one may
see a panorama of the city of Wash-
irgton, six miles distant, the city
of Alexandria at the foot of the hill
and beyond the silver curve of th3
Potomac River.
Passing through the portals of
the monument one enters the me-
morial hall with its eight 60-ton
polished green granite columns and
two 4OX18 foot murals, one depict-
ing the laying of the cornerstone
of the U. S. Capitol with Washing-
ton officiating, and the other show-
ing General Washington attending
a religious service in Christ Church,


and to this time a total of $6,470,-
We sto ed at a modern t


for lunch and Myrtice and Mrs. D.
each had toasted cheese sandwich-
es which they declared to be most
delicious and talked about all the
rest of the trip home. Now I'm
getting toasted cheese sandwiches
most regularly at home.
Still having in view Natural
[Bridge, we did not complete the
entire length of the Parkway but
turned off at Mile 250 in order to
get to a taster highway and head
for the Great Smokies and give Mrs.
D. some slight lightheadedness at
a higher elevation and perhaps find
her a Big Chief on the Cherokee
Indian Reservation.
So, leaving us tooling down U. S.
Route 10 at a goodly speed, we will
see you again next week.


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716 has been expended, all contri-
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dies. All in all, the vastness, dig-
nity and atmosphere of this -memor-
ial is something that impresses the
visitor, whether he is or is not a
Mason. Be sure to visit it it in the
vicinity.
After a brief visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Bruno, we piled our super-
cargo (Mrs., Daughtry) Into our
car, along with a pile of her sou-
venirs and presents for folks "back
home", and headed out for the Sky-
line Drive atop the Blue Ridge
Mountains, Shenandoah National
Park and the Natural Bridge, all of
which we had been wanting to see.
We hit th eSkyline at Panorama,
about the middle of Shenandoah
Park at an elevation of 2,304 feet
and shortly thereafter went thru
a tunnel, much to the delight of
Mrs. Daughtry, this being her first
tunnel passage.
Magnificent vistas come into view
at almost every turn of the wind-
ing highway, with mountain ridges
stretching to infinity on all side.
"Mountain" folks inhabit this area
and their crops hang on the steep
hillsides, split rail fences zigzag
hither and yon and smoke comes
from cabins perched high on some
crag or down in a deep valley.
Crossroad country stores, which
generally also hou-s ethe postoffice,
apparently are the hub of commun-
ity life, but one can see a alow
change taking place, what within
paved roads and electricity and a
fair living to be made off tourists
such as us, who purchase the han-
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n i place- all along this highway, with
S-jmost of them provided with rest
0 n Pl c. rooms and drinking water. Well-
marked trails branch off for those
having an exploratory nature, and
By Col. W. 8. Smith, Ret. Philadelphia. all points of interest are marked.
Mayor of Buckhorn Above the memorial hall rise the Speed limit In Shenandoah Park is
MILE 250, Blue Ridge Parkway seven stories of the tower, which 1I 35 niles, while the balance of the
-Taking a last look around at Fort still under construction, on the in- Parkway has a limit of 45, but with
Necessity, we hightalled it straight side, that it. Construction on the all the twisting road a lazy 30 mph
down Route 9 for Alexandria, Va., shrine was begun on June 5, 1922, is advised for the most enjoyment.


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Highland View
PHONE BAllI 7-4652
By MRS. EULA ROGERS

Miss Glenda Burke and Miss Ca-
therine Williamson visited in Pan-
ama City over the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Skipper and
ion.


and friends., ley of Crestview and Mr. and.Mrs. relatives Saturday.
The Junior R.A.'s met at the J. L. Little of Andalusia, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and
church with Jerry Pennington Mon- Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peters and children visited in Panama City
day at 5 p.m. with eight present. her sons, Mr. and Mrs.. Woodrow with Mr. and Mrs. Alan Cline Sat-
The meeting was opened with all Carr and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Carr urday.
saying the pledge to allegiance and of Port St. Joe, visited Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovett and
R.A. commission, following with Clarksville with her daughter and children spent the week end in
the R.A. hymn. The group gave their sister and. family, ,Mr. and Vernon visiting with friends and
their program on the medical clin- Mrs. Jack Marshall. Mrs. Marshall relatives.
ic in Africa. The meeting was clos- honored her mother on her birth- E. L.-Lightfoot motored to Pan-
ed with prayer by the counselor, day with a surprise dinner and ama City Thusrday night on busi-
The Mary Alice G.A. met at the birthday cake, Sunday, November ness.
Baptist Church at 5 p.m. with nine 3. Mr. and Mrs, Hansel Norris, Juan-
present and one visitor, the pastor's Mrs. Ted Whitfield is ill in the ia visited with Mr. and Mrs. James
wife. The G.A. watchword, alle- Municipal Hospital. Her, many Broome and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle
giance arms, goal and star ideals friends wish her a speedy recovery. Broome and children in Cottondale
were given by the group. The first Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Sudnay.
stanza of the GA hymn was sung. Day Cox, 53, who died at her home Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Norris and
The program chairman opened the in the Hilton Community, Blakely, children of Apalachicola visit]
program on medical clinic of Afri- Ga., Saturday, was held Monday at with friends and relatives Satur-
ca. The meeting was closed with 10 a.m. at Hiltdn Baptist' Church day.
prayer after a short business meet- with the Rev. John Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Everitt McFarland
ing hby Mrs. DuBose. Rev. Billy Stevens offiicatihg. In- and son Patrick visited in Blounts-
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bradshaw of terment was in Rehoboh'h Cdmetery. town over the week end with
.'Bn ifn.' Vi itiU thlir dauz lhte r '. and A r.ti, n TTni Co nt %ite- frionrivU, t1W rUiv. i4.i q.


Bonilay V1011eu tne r e Laugnter anI A native or k ouston uounLy, lse
'family over the wee kend, Mr. and had resided in Early County sinee.
Mrs .Donald Whitaker. 11941. 'She is survived b.y her hus-.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lee and.band, Perry T. 'Cox; three sons
daughter ISandy and Mrs. Dan Hat- James and Rudolph of Hilto i and
field, Jr., and granddaughter Vicki- Johnny of Dothan; "three daugh-.
ivisited with Mrs. Lee's mother and ters, Mrs. Carl Hall -of Highland
father, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Watson View, Mrs. Leroy Craft of Blakely,
of Tampa over the week end. Mrs. Ray Craft of Fayetteville and
'Rev. Charles F. Kimball, pastor her mother, 'Mrs. C. E. Day of Do-
of the Beatrice, Ala., Methodist than, Ala.; one brother, John and
Church is the house guest if Mr. Will Day of Dothan; three .sisters,-


and Mrs. W. H. Weeks during the
seminar at the Methodist Church
here.
Mrs. Yoshiko .Newsome and small
daughters of Blountstown are is-
ilLg Mr. and -Mrs. Dowling Stone
and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Newsome.
The WMU of the Highland View


Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Miles visit- Paptist Church met Monday after-
ed Mr. Miles parents Sunday, Mr. noon for their business meeting
and Mrs. D. W. Miles of Southport. opened with prayer by Mrs. Ruth
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Whitting- Hlarbuck. All sang "Lead on 0 King
ton and Mrs. Clinton Cox motored Eternal". Scripture was read by-
to Panama City Saturday. Mrs. Ruth Harbuck. The closing
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cumbie vis- prayer was led by Mrs. Luther
ited in Panama City Saturday. Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Adkins visit- Rev. and Mrs. T. C. Earnest mo-
ed Mrs. Adkins mother Thursday, tored to Donaldsonville. Ga., Tues-
Mrs. Tilda Mims of Panama City. day night to a revival and took
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Casey visited several friends with them.
in Clarksville over the week end Mrs. Annie Ayers of Altha visit-
with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Goodwin. ed Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Goff over
'Mrs. Ruth Jones Patton of Rob- the week end.
binsville, N. C., is visiting her mo- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Little and
other and her brothers, Mrs., H. C. sons visited their parents over the
Jones and sons and other relatives week end, Mr. and Mrs. Verlla Ra-


Mrs. A. L. Kirkland and Miss Oc-
tave Day of Dothan.'"
--- --- : *


NEWS FROM

OAK GROVE
By JUANITA NORRIS
-- .I -"


Mr. and Mrs. Willys Lipford and
children of Marianna spent the
week end visiting with .the latter
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland
Hall.
Mr. and Mrs: Pretzell and chil-.
dren of Pensacola spent a few days
with Mr.. and Mrs. H. D. IShealey.
Mr. and Mrs. J.V D,'" Shealey and
son of South Florida visited with
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Shealey.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Bubba Holly of Apa-
lachicola spent the week end visit-.
ing with friends, and relatives.
, Mrs. Allen H. 'Norris and chil-
dren of Apalachicola visited with


CARD OF THANKS
'We wish to thank our many
friends in Port St. Joe for their
many acts of kindness, sympathy
and floral offerings during the re-
cent death of our husband and fa-
ther.
May God bless you all for your
kindness.
MRS. GADI WHITE
and Family


TH :.TAR, .Port Bt.J*. Flat. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1957



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erirnds and rela lives.
- Mr. and Mrs. .'Dennis Norris and
Mrs.. Everitt McFarland motored
to Panama 'City Friday on business.
Mrs. (P. W. Worley and son How-
ard,- of Graceville, visited with Mr.
and Mrs. Toby Worley and children
over- the week end.


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