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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 21, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

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

TWENTY-FIRST YEAR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1957 -'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA SINGLE COPY 80 NUMBER 8


Sharks Dump Quincy In Big



Title Tilt 27-26 To Cop Lead


Sharks Travel To Choctawhatchee

Friday Night To End Their Season

Determination, grit, three boys ball on an attempted pitchout and
named Taylor, Smith and Hudson Quincy recovered. The Tigers mov-
plus 4,8 minutes of plain hard foot- ed to their own 20 where they
ball, spelled victory for the Sharks elected to gamble on a fourth and
as they gained possession of the two situation. The Shark defend-
Northwest Florida Conference title ers set the Tigers back to their 10.
with an exciting victory over the This gave the Sharks possession of
Quincy Tigers last Friday night. A the ball and Taylor pushed over
capacity crowd at the Sharks honie from the three to add the Sharks
field watched in frenzied excite- final TD. Talyor's kick was blocked
ment as big Wayne Taylor pushed, and the Sharks were leading 27-20.
bulled and knocked out a personal Quincy put together a long sus-
gain of 229 yards and scored 21 trained drive for their final marker
points to bring his season total to that saw the quarterback sneak
99 points-and the expert leader- 'over for the score from the one.
ship of the Sharks brilliant young With the Tigers but one point
quarterback Ed Smith, who ran the away from tying the Sharks, they
option play with perfection in .pick- tried the extra point but were stop-
ing up 118 yards. Smith's beautiful ped cold on the scrimmage line by
deception and finess completely the inspired Shark defenders. Al-
baffled the Quincy defense as well though this ended all the scoring,
as the game officials, as was wit- it didn't end all the thrills, as St.
nessed in the third quarter. Buddy Joe was goalward bound again.
Hudson gained his moment of fame ,The Sharks however stalled on the
by pouncing on a Quincy fumble in Tiger 15. It looked like all was
the closing moments of the game lost as the Tigers, with but four
to cut off a Tiger threat to score. minutes to play, started up the field
The wide-open scoring fray start- with reckless abandon in an at-
ed with but two and a half minutes tempt to get the game winning TD.
gone in the first quarter as the The Sharks had other ideas and
Sharks capitalized on a Quincy fum- their human cannonball Wayne
ble, recovered by Wayne Taylor- Taylor savagely knocked the Ti-
put together a 42 yard drive with ger's Goodson loose ,.pm the ball
Taylor, Smith and Fletcher carry and Budd% Hudson bei.mie a
ing down to the Quincy one where SUiark. hero as he po .-d o,, thel
Taylor bulled over for the -cire pigskiW f.give th b Siars p,,s.'e".-
and added the extra point. .-A -
Quincy bounced right back with .
a beautiful run by Tiger fullback I
Gay who was stopped on the 10 by
Buddy Hudson. Quincy moved on
to- the Shark one where Gay bulled l
over for the TD. Quincy failed to
make the extra point that even- i.
tually cost them the game. .
The next Shark score came on a '
screen pass from Smith.to Taylor-
a'fter it looked like the Sharks
would be stopped-who sprinted 6,
yards to score down the sideline ,,
behind some beautiful blocking
Again Taylor added the point and l
St. Joe led 14 to six at the end of I
the first quarter.
On the first play of the second 1
quarter, Tiger halfback Goodsor.
started off tackle and dashed 51 .
yards to score. Quincy made the
extra point good. The Sharks put V "
together another long drive tha: o. .
saw halfback Frank Fletcher vir- -
tually fly over from the six to adc .
the Sharks third TD. Again Taylo .
added the magic toe for the extra .
point. Quincy came right back to '.'-
score on a 53 yard screen pass, to
Goodson and also made the point .
attempt good.
Early in the third quarter, Wayne
OT.aylor bulled through the middle QUINCY'S MAIN THREAT, R. W.
and was downed on the Quincy Taylor with only minutes left in
five after a thrilling 69 yard gallop. Taylor with only minutes left in
The Sharks failed to score as Ed was recovered by Ross Hudson.
Smith was jarred loose from the and took the game with a one point


Star Will Be

Early Next Week

The Star will be published ear-
ly next week in order that the
staff might take Thanksgiving
day off and also get the paper
out before its Thursday dateline.
The paper will go to press on
Tuesday morning of next week,
so it will be necessary to have
all advertising copy and news In
by Monday noon.
The Star will appreciate your
cooperation along htis line.


sion with but two minutes left in
the game. Ed Smith was able to
run out the clock as hundreds of
haggard Shark fans pounced onto


the field to congratulate
ference champions.


First Downs
Yds. Rushing
Yds. Passing
Total Yds.
Pass Attempt
Pass Comp.
Penalties
Punts
Fumbles
The Sharks
miur-ros m -ii


St. J






3


oe


the con-

Quincy


15 11
27 260
;3 53
)9 313
6 1
4 1
35 36
0 0
1 2


end their season to-
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. Goodson is tackled by Wayne
Friday's game. Goodson fumbled
The Sharks ran out the clock
nt margin. (Star photo)


A DETERMINED SHARK LINE holds back a solid wall of Quincy's Tigers to allow Wayne Taylor to
cross the goal line behind them for the Sharks first touchdown last Friday night. The Shark line
came up with many such determined bids for Frilay night's Conference Championship game. The
Shark line handled the highly-touted Quincy eleven like masters at the trade, (Star photo)


Boosters Meeet

To Discuss Plans

For Band Festival

The Band Booster, Association
held a dinner meeting at the Mo-
tel St. Joe last Saturday at noon
to take up the subject of planning
for the Northwest Florida band
district festival which.will be held
here on March 28 andi 29.
Approximately 30 members and
special guests attended the meet-
ing and heard Sixth District FBA
chairman, Jeff Bradford of Talla-
hassee tell of some of the prob-
lem's that would come up in hand-
ling the festival. With Bradford was
Dan Jensen, of Chipley, secretary
and treasurer, of the Florida Band-
master's Association, 6th District.
The Association learned that they
must prepare for paproximately 18
bands which will bring approximate-
ly 1500 people into town to be
housed and fed during the two day
period.
IBradford appointed local band-
master Herman Dean, as festival
chairman. As a beginning, Dean
named two committee chairmen at
the Saturday meeting. He appoint-
ed Mrs. Paul Fensom to head a
committee to obtain housing for
the bands and Henry Chason to
head up a committee to see that
the visitors are fed.
These two committees are func-
tioning already. Anyone who can
house one or more of these visitors
on the dates of the festival are ur-
ged to contact Mrs. Fensom or Mr.
Dean as soon as possible. Dean
stresses the fact that the entire
population of Port St. Joe will need
to cooperate in this undertaking,
but he feels confident that local
citizens will rally to the challenge.


Jr. High FootbaII

Season Ends

Last Thursday night The Junior
High football team played their
last game of the season against a
Junior Team from the Florida In-
dustrial School at Marianna.
All the ninth graders on the Jun-
ior Team were co-captains for the
game. They were Don Gardner,
Steve Kennedy, Howard Lovett,
Lindsay Thursbay, Jimmy Wilder,
Donnie Young, Jimmy Long and
Bob Munn.
The Junior Team was defeated
by the score of 20-0. However in
defeat the Junior boys showed the
ability to run, block and tackle
that is necessary to play football.
-Outstanding on offense was Jim-
my Wilder, Nelson Hall, Chesle:'
Fensom, Blaine Tharpe, Howard
Lovett, Bob Munn, Curtis Ham-
mond and Freddy Bowdoin in the
backfield.
Leading the line play on offense
was Courtney Martin, Joe Whaley,
Michael McKenzie, Jimmy Long,
Don Gardner, George Boyer, Don-
nie Young Richard Thompson, Da-
vid Nance and Larry Davis.
Defensively for the Junior
Sharks Bob Munn, Steve Kennedy,
Chesley Fensom, Blaine Tharpe,
Howard Lovett, Freddy Bowdoin
were .the outstanding in their de-
fensive backfield chores. Linemen
making good clean hard tackling
were Courtney Martin, Joe Whaley,
Paul Presnell, Donnie Young, Jim-
my Long, Michael McKenzie, Rich-
ard Thompson Don Gardner, Carl
Zimmerman, George Boyer and Da-
vid Nance.
Referees for the game were Mr.
Barlow, Mr. Flore and Mr. Buck-
holtz.
The Junior Team playing their
first inter-scholastic competition
ended the season with a two won
and two lost record which is a per-
centage of 500 and this is an ex-
cellent record.
The record is:
F-IS 19, Port St. Joe 6.
FIS 20, Port St. Joe 0.
Port St. Joe 13, Blountstown 0.
Port St. Joe 13, Blountstown 6.
The coaches are proud of all the
boys that were out for the Junior
football program and the citizens
of Port St. Joe can look forward
to some fine football players in the
future coming from the Junior team.

CUB SCOUT MEETING
There will b ea Pack Meeting of
the Cub Scouts tonight at 7:30 in
the American Legion Building. All
Cubs and their parents are urged
to attend.


City Rejects Bid On Bond




Issue For Hosdital Addition


Sikes Blasts NAACP

In Address Here Thurs.

Congressman Bob Sikes lambast-
ed the NAAOP and gave his "seg-
regation talk" before approximate-
ly 90 mem bers of the Rotary, Ki-
wanis and Lions clubs and their
guests here last Thursday at noon.
The combined meeting was held
in the social room of the Methodist
Church.
Sikes didn't devote his entire
address to segregation, however.
He began by giving a small bulle-
tin on the proposed work at Cap,
San Blas where a missile tracking
station is to be constructed as an-
nounced two weeks ago in The
Star. He said that with increased
emphasis on missiles, the San Blas
facility would gain in prominence.
As for Sputnik, Sikes again be-
moaned the fact that the U. S.
was "dragging its heels" in this
program. He offered the opinion
that Sputnik didn't mean war since
this type of warfare would mein
the annhiliation of the human race.
He did stress that the U. S. must
catch up to Russia on missile work.
Then along the segregation lines,
Sikes declared that the state of
,thinking over the U. S. could ruin
the nation. He said htis was brought
about by the Supreme Court "step-
ping out of bounds" to put another
curb on our freedom. Sikes declared
that the nation should be allowed
to vote on whether or not it de-
sired to become integrated and
not have such a move forced upon
the nation.
He labeled the Civil Rights Bill


Only One Bid Received! Interest

Set At A High Six Percent

The City Commission met in Allen C. Ewing and Co., of Jack-
special session Tuesday afternoon sonville. The Ewing firm bid to
to entertain bids on the proposed loan the $175,000.00 discounted to
$175,000.00 addition to the Muni- $169,851.00 This would mean that
cipal Hospital. the city would receive $169,851 but
The Commission had advertised would be required to pay back the


for bids not to exceed 6% interest
and to be repaid over a period of
15 years beginning in 1958.
The only bid on the bond issue
came from the investment firm of

Judge Conklin Tells

Kiwanis of Claims Court

Judge B. B. Conklin gave the
Kiwanis Club an insight on the
workings of the .Small Claims
Court at their regular meeting Tues-
day at noon.
(Io'nklin gave a few pertinent
facts about the Court, which was
established in Florida in 1951. The
local Court was formed in 1955 by
a special act of the Legislature.
Conklin was appointed Judge of
the local Court at this time. His
position will come up for election
in the 1958 general elections.
Conklin said that the Court was
operated on an informal basis vith
the Judge making all decisions in
cases. He said that attorneys are
not necessary but permissable aand
that any decision of the Court can
be carried to a higher court.
'Conklin said that the Court pro-
vides low-cost coltfe*ion of bills by


merna ts a. n u uaa s auj nas
another step toward complete dom- a limit of $200.00 on the amount It
nation by the Government and is authorized to collect. All costs
praised the dedicated work of a are borne by the party being sued,
handful of Southern senators for according to Conklin.
making the Bill more acceptable As to the court's effectiveness,
for the nation as a whole. He said Conklin said that collections were
the Civil Rights measure was still made in 131 of 182 cases handled in
a bad Bill even as it was now 1956 and so far in 1957, collections
amended. have been made in 101 cases of 133
He accused the NAACP of tying handled.
up the government, schools and Guests of the club were Rule
even the songs of the nation in a Werling, Jackie Griffin, Steve
situation of chaos. He labeled such Whealton, Willie Daniell' ,and Ed
activities as a threat to the free- Bobbitt.
dom of the nation. ___

Elementary PTA Will Grocers To Cooperate

Meet Tonight At 8 P.M. In Cancer Benefit Sale
S 'Local grocers will be cooperat-
The Port St. Joe Elementary PTA ing with the American Cancer So-
will meet tonight for the discus- city this week end in a "Meet Your
sion of the executive board's recom- Neighbor" sale of General Mills
mendation as to what use to make mixes and products under the Bet-
of money earned at the Hallowe'en ty Crocker label.
Carnival, All boxes of the products sold
during the week end will mean 5c
The meeting will be held in the for the fund drive of the American
Elementary School Auditorium at Cancer Society.
8:00 p.m. Grocers participating in the sale
Miss Joan Marchman, music di- are the Quality Market, IGA Food-
rector at the Elementary School liner and Piggly Wiggly Super
-ill Il a bpnZ.. ....<,.. PSn o M k t


full $175,000. The Ewing Company
also asked for 6% interest on the
unpaid balance each year.
The Commission discussed the
bid at some length and finally vot-
ed to reject the bid as bearing an
interest rate that was too high and
since the Commission desired more
than one offer on the money.
The City will begin this week to
take the necessary legal steps to
again ask for bids on the bond
sale with the hopes for more bids,
and a lower interest rate. The date
of the new bid opening will be on
January 7, 1958 at 4:30 p.m.
The Commission is adver-ising
for the same amount as before with
the 15 year payment period.


Scouts Will Get Rebate

On Jamboree Expense
All Scouts and Explorers who at-
tended the Boy Scout National
Jamboree at Valley Forge, Pa., last
summer are receiving an early
Christmas present in the form of
a substantial refund on the fee
they paid for the big Scouting ac-
tivity which Involved 50,000 boys
and lead: .. -
According to Scout Executive Joe
L. Ballenger, the refund was made
possible by very careful operation
and administration on the part of
the National Council which spcn-
sored the Jamboree and the Gulf
Coast Council which had 74 boys
and eight adult leaders attending.
Ballenger stated the refund per
boy amounted to $42.11 from the
total Jamboree fee of $150.00.
The refund checks are being
sent to the Scoutmasters of the
Troops that sent boys to the Jam-
boree and they, in turn, will dis-
tribute the refunds to individuals
involved.
Ballenger expressed appreciation
to leaders and all others who help-
ed to make the Jamboree the
most outstanding Scouting event
of the year.
Dr. Arthur A. .Schuck, Chief
Scout Executive of the Boy Scouts
of America, indicated in a letter
to Ballenger, part of the National
Council refund was made possible
by the cooperation of many large
food distributors that made spec-
ial concessions on providing tons
of food for the 10-day outdoor camp-
ing experience where over 1,500,000
individual meals were prepared
and served by boys.


Industrial Survey Underway



In Gulf County By State

The economic and industrial sur- However, additional information formation gathered. In short, htis
vey of rural areas is now under will be needed that is available only report will outline specifically the
way in this County. at the local level. For this reason. potential strong points in the Coun-
This survey was authorized by the research firm will seek the ac- ty and, at the same time, point out
the 1957 Legislature of which mem- tive cooperation of numerous offi- any weakness that must be correct-
bers from this area were Senator cials, groups and key individuals ed before the County's bid for new
Bart Knight and Representative here. Industrial payrolls can attain maxi-
Cecil G. Costin. Although the study, when fin- mum effectiveness.
The Legislature directed that a ished, will be the most complete of The Development Commission
professional research organization its type ever made in this area, it and the research firm will cooper-
be employed to make the survey is not regarded as an end in itself. ate in assisting areas and counties
under the supervision of the Florida B. R. Fuller, Jr., Executive Direc- to form organizations to implement
Development Commission. tor and L. A. Weston, Director of and carry out the recommendations
The A. D. Little Company of Industrial Services of the Develop- growing out of htis survey. This
Cambridge, Mass., will make the ment Commission have emphasized follow-up program would include
survey in this area. that the survey is not intended to direct contacts between appropriate
The purpose of this survey is to be a "hit-and-run" job; that is, industries and the area and county
determine carefully and objectively merely making the study and their groups.
such things as the present economic leaving the task of putting it into In keeping with the Legislature
conditions, the existing and poten- effect entirely in the hands of lo- directive, the Development Commis-
tial labor supply, transportation fa- cal people, sion has engaged the services of
cllities, and other pertinent facts Instead, both the Development Dr. John 0. Boynton and Dr. T.
needed to attract and to develop Commission and the research firm Stanton Dietrich, professionally
the types of industries best suited will assist citizen groups in push- trained and qualified consultants.
to this area. ing the vital follow-through effort Dr. Boynton and Dr. Dietrich, as
Much of the information for the regarded as essential to success, coordinators of the survey, will be
study of this area will be collected The final report resulting from responsible for the implementation
by the research firm from federal, the study of this area will be a corn- of action by local organizations at
state and county records, pletely objective analysis of the in- the community level.


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THE STAR Part S. a t Joe.jFla. rTHURSDAYNOVEMBER 21.1957


WSC3 Has Interesting Program


Thurs., Fri. and Sat.
November 21, 22, 23

YOUR LITTLE

SUPER SAVER
Never Undersold
Quality Considered

Gulf County Cancer
Society
Gets 5c Per Package
On All Betty Crocker Mixes
Sold During This Sale.
CHOCOLATE DEVILS FOOD
WHITE HONE YSPICE
YELLOW MARBLE CAKE
3 PKGS. FOR -------89
Ginger Bread Mix --28c
Angel Food Mix 2 for 59c
Brownie Mix, -- 2 for 65c
Swift's Premium
SLICED BACON

Lb. 59c

PORK CHOPS
1st Cut, lb. Center Cut, Lb.

49c 69c
USDA Good Heavy

CHUCK ROAST

Lb. 43c
U. S. Good

CLUB STEAKS

Lb. 59c
Place Your Order For
Thanksgiving Turkeys
Long Grain
RICE

3 lbs. 39c
LAST CALL! Dukes
MAYONNAISE

Qt. 59c
Aunt Jemima
FLOUR

10 lbs. 89c
PREMIUM

CRACKERS

Lb. box 27c
13 Oz. Loaf

BREAD

2 for 29c
With $5.00 Grocery Order

SUGAR

5 lbs. 39c
HAWAIIAN

Pitted DATES

2 lb. pkg. 59c

PRODUCE PRICES ARE
COMING DOWN

Turnips Collards

Beans- Squash

We Give and Redeem
SAVE MOR COUPONS

Complete Line of
FRUIT CAKE MATERIAL


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By MRS. RALPH SWATTS tuary of the First Methodist
". And on either side of the Church, and presented by Mrs. A.
river, was there the tree of life, Morgan Jones, Jr., opened with a
which bare twelve manner of fruits, devotional by Mrs. Charles Brown,
and yielded her fruit every month; who led the group in the observance
and the leaves of the tree were of the Stewardship Ceremonial. So-
for the healing of the nations". loist was Mrs. Chris Martin, accom-
Revelation '2:2. Ipanied at the piano by Mrs. Ralph
"These words form the basis for Swatts. She sang, "Oh Master, Let
the 'Tree of Life' which is the sym- Me Walk With Thee" and "Be-
bol of the World Federation of neath the Cross of Jesus". The
Methodist Women", Mrs. J. R. guest speaker was introduced by
Helms of Lynn Haven, vice-presi- the president, Mrs. G. S. Croxton,
dent of the Alabama-West Florida who also welcomed the District
Conference, told Methodist women President. Mrs. Fred Gainer, and
Monday afternoon, November 18, at another visitor from Panama City,
,the meeting of the Woman's So- Mrs. Lena McCarthy and Mrs. H.
city. "And", she continued, "it is H. Tillman from Atlanta. Mrs. Rob-
interesting to know that the sym- ert King led in the closing prayer.
bol originated in China." Following the program, a recep-
Mrs. Helms, who attended the tion was held in the social hall,
last meeting of the World Federa- which -was beautifully decorated
tion, was most enthusiastic about for the occasion in a Thanksgiving
her subject. Calling attention to motif. Mrs. Jake BBelin, reception
the -worship center, on which was chairman, served her own d'elir
placed a large globe, surrounded cious home baked fruit cake, and
by miniature flags of all nations, was assisted by Mrs. C. L. Costin
she said that the Federation has and Mrs. Joe Hendrix, who presided
truly circled the globe. Organized over the coffee service.
to unite national units of Metho
dist women in the purpose to know ST. JAMES CHURCH
Christ and to assist in establishing EPISCOPAL
His Kingdom among all peoples The Rev. Gardner D. Underhill
in all areas of life, it is now corn
posed of 43 units, numbering 8, Priest In Charge
000,000 women and its, projects, Sunday next before Advent, Nov.
"the 12 manner of fruits", concern; 24. 7:30 a.m., Celebration of the
Evangelism; Medical Work; Edu- Holy Eucharist. :45 a.m., Church
cation; Literature; Children; Home school. 11:00 a.m., Morning Prayer
and Family Life; Youth; Rural Pro- and sermon. NOTE: Since this is
jects; Economic Justice; Interna- the Sunday before Thanksgiving
tional Friendships; Temperenco Day this will be our Thanksgiving
and World Peace. : ; Service. 7:30 p.m., The Episcopal
Mrs. Helms told the group that Young Churchmen. 7:00 p.m. Eve-
at the Federation meeting she had ning prayer and sermon at St. John
Wewahitchka.
been privileged to witness the ad-
mission of eight new units and to The public is cordially invited
watch their delegates sign the char- to worship with us and is assured
ter. It was a thrilling thing to see of a warm welcome.
women of all nations who had been -X
"pen-pals" for many years, seeing Home From Hospital
and greeting each other for the Mrs. E. J. Rich is home from the
first time. hospital in Pensacola after under-
The program, held in the Sanc- going surgery.


Azalea Circle Has

November Meeting

The November meeting of the
Azalea Circle was held at the home
of Mrs. Chauncey Costin with Mrs.
John Sowers as co-hostess.
A white elephant sale was con-
ducted with wrapped packages o-


ing to the highest bidder.
Mrs. Kenneth Brodnax, in charge
of the program, discussed "Thanks-
giving Arrangements". The blue rib-
bon for the best arrangement was
given to Mrs. Buck Griffin; red
ribbon went to Mrs. John Sowers
and the third place to Mrs. A. S.
Chason. Honorable mention, or
white ribbons were awarded to Mrs.
W. 0. Nichols, Mrs. J. C. Arbogast
and Mrs. Ralph Nance.
The door prize, 'a potted plant
was won by Mrs. Chris Martin.
Nine members enjoyed hot coffee
and home-made cake served by the
hostesses.

Mrs. Carden Hostess
To First Baptist Circle

Circle 2 of the First Baptis'
Church meet Monday af-ernoon in
the home of Mrs. W. L. Cardon
with ten members and one new
member, Mrs.. Anna B. Adams,
present. Mrs. L. W. Cox WMU
president was a visitor.
The circle chairman, Mrs. Em-
mett Daniell presided, over the
meeting. Mrs. W. J. Daughtry led
the group in prayer after which
Mrs. Bob Ellzey, mission study
chairman, taught the last chapter
of the mission study book, "Con-
tinent in Commotion."
Good reports were given by all
chairmen and Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon
dismissed the circle with prayer.
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Elementary School
Lunch Room Menu Mrs. Soule Heads

Monday, November 25 Cemetery Association
Vienna sausage, English peas T
oranges, cookies, white bread and The Holly Hill Cemetery Assoc-
milk. nation met in the home of Mrs. J.
my N C. Belin November 15. Officers for
Tuesday, November 26 the coming year were elected as
THANKSGIVING LUNCH follows: Mrs. Horace Soule, presi-
Chicken and dressing, snap oeans dent; Mrs. Silas R. Stone, vice-
spiced pears, cakes, milk and ritts. president; Mrs. Silas R. cisson, sec-
retary and Mrs. Nick Comforter,


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treasurer.
Mrs. Soule presided over the
business session. Reports from dif-
ferent chairmen were given. It was
reported that 100 azaleas had been
planted, also that the Garden Club
of Port St. Joe has donated a num-
ber of oleander plants.
The circle at the entrance of the
cemetery shows that the work of
the association is going forward.
Other beautifications will be added
as soon as possible.
The association urges all who
are interested in this work's pro-
gress to become members and help
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TI-E STAR

Publihads Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY It 11IAM.SEY Editor and Publisher
Also Lino.type Ol e ttor, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR. $3 00 SIX MONTHS $1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered asa eco:,.l-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Poatoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
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TO ADVERTISERS- Ir. ca0e of error or or omission in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themse'vex liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word. thoroughly convinces.
The spolkn word is loit; the printed wnrl remains
The spoken word i. gzicn scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully


Progress Against Tuberculosis
In the time it has taken you to unfold this paper and


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

Mrs. Annie Patterson and daugh-
ter, Mrs. Ann Burke visited in
Graceville Tuesday with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M .L. Best, Mrs,
Burke's grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Taylor and
daughters of Lakewood, Calif., weor
visiting his brother and family,
Monday, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Tay-
lor and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Royce Butts and.
children visited her brother, J. M.
Barfield in a Mobile hospital over
the week end. He is from Apala-
chicola.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Harbuck and
children visited his sister in Talla-
hassee over the week, Mrs. M. L.


scan the front page, someone in the United States has contracted Bruner.
tuberculosis. Yes, every five minutes someone breaks down with Mrs. Bonnie McPherson and Au-
TB, and every half hour someone dies of the disease. drey Brock visited Mr. and Mrs.
This is progress. Only 50 years ago TB was the leading Sig Keels of Tyndal Field over
cause of death in the United States. Today it ranks thirteenth. the week end.
Progress in preventing the disease, however, has been cited in Macon, Ga., over the week
slower. Theoretically, it can be done, according to L. S. Bissett, end with their son and family, Mr.
Seal Sale Chairman of the Gulf County TB and Health Associa- and Mrs. J. R. Chestnut and son
tion. It would mean finding all active, contagious cases of TB Franklin.
in the population so that they could be cured. It would mean Mrs. Ruby Howard and children
thorough education and rehabilitation of all former patients in Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Peters visit-
order to help prevent relapse. It would mean safeguarding the ed their daughter and family, over
health of those already infected -- and that means approximately the week end in Panama City, Mr.
one third of the nation -- to prevent them from breaking down and Mrs. M. A. Messer.
with active disease. Hubert Cumbie visited his par-
... ents Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Such a Utopian situation cannot be achieved overnight, s Thrs Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
but steady progress is being made through the efforts of the Mrs. Peavy Mim pent
-0 Mr. and Mrs. Peavy Mims spent
tuberculosis association in cooperation with the health depart- Friday in Panama City with his
ment and other agencies concerned. In addition to its local mother, Mrs. Tilda Mims.
program of case finding, rehabilitation, and health education, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Adams and
the association joins with the 3,000 other TB associations affiliated children attendedethe youth rally
with the National Tuberculosis Association in a program of medi- Friday night and Saturday visited
cal research. In time this research may lead to a simpler method Rev. and Mrs. Leland Adams and
bf lrn~ic bb-tini inf ftin -d di-PP -- a me ~ipfa.lv f D F niir k Sizs-


Ul preventing tulneu L iU osL n eciut a1 n I. oAt ise --e a vaccine
or medication which can be given to the public at large.
Meantime, however, the tuberculosis association needs the
support of every citizen in its efforts to protect our homes from
TB. You have received a letter containing Christmas Seals from
the association -- or you will in the near future. Answer your
letter and send in your contribution today.
Like Mrs. Burge said in her "letter to the editor" on can-
cer -- don't wait until it strikes you or your loved ones to be-
come concerned about this problem.
We all have to die as it written -- but there is no need
to die from such a ghastly disease. A lingering death is a nasty
way to die.

In this day of automation, a leading soup company say
they still trim potatoes, tomatoes, carrots, rutabagas, celery, and
parsnips by hand with a paring knife, which is something I
wouldn't believe unless I had seen it in cold print, signed and
attested.

We have received several acid-toned letters to the editor
recently signed with a fictitious name. While they amuse us no
end while reading them, we would no more print them without
a bona-fide signature than go hunting bear with a bee-bee gun.


Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes of
Mobile, Ala., visited her mother
and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Rentz and Mrs. Seawright.
The Highland View United Pen-
tecostal Church is in a revival
each evening at 7:30 p.m. Every-
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present. The meeting opened by the
chairman reading Matthew 27:2.9-31
following with a prayer. Mrs. Ro-
ney, Miss Mary Sealey Cox gave a
talk on mission study. The meet-
ing was dismissed by Mrs. Mills.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Garrett spent
Saturday in Florala, Ala.
R.ev. Malcolm Mills and Billy and
Catherine Cumbie visited their mo-
ther Monday, Mrs. Bill Cumbie, who
is in an Atlanta, Ga. hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Skipper and
son Donnie visited their parents
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. George Skip-
per.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Watts, Mrs.
Ralph Macomber, and Mrs. W. P.
Coleman spent the week end in
Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. W.
P. Coleman, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Watts.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cook of
Altha visited their daughter and
family Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smith and
son attended the funeral of their
grandfather Saturday at Bonifay,
H. M. Stevenson.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Raffield spent
the week end in Wewahitchka with
theri parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Payne.

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A ---- THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Pla, f
MINUTES OF THE
COUNTY COMMISSION The Attorney reported that the
Committee as appointed by this
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA board met with the State Road De-
NOVEMBER 4, 1957 apartment officials in Tallahassee on
The 'Board of County Commis- November 1; that the State Road
sioners of Gulf County, Florida met officials informed the Committee
this date in special session with that they wanted to help Gulf
the following members present: J. County in any and all rbad prob-
C. Piice, Chairman, E. C Harden, lems that the law will permit, but
Sr., A. J. Strickland, George W. that the new law will not permit
Cooper and G. S. Croxton. The the State Road Department to
Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, Road Supt. build streets in subdivisions and
'and County Engineer were also in cities, unless the streets are
present, connecting links to certain federal
The meeting came to order at or state highways; that said De-
6 p.m. apartment could approve a bond is-
The Chairman announced that sue to be used for the purpose of
this meeting is called for the pur- constructing a road over and across
pose of hearing from the Commit- the proposed dam at the South end
tee that met with the State Road of the Dead Lakes, but that in such
Department officials on November an issue, streets could not be in-
1, 1957 with reference to the possi- cluded; that after lengthy discus-
bility of Gulf County issuing bonds sion, the State Road officials ad
against the Secondary Road Funds vised that the County should first
for the purpose of constructing select all streets and roads that
streets and roads in Port St. Joe, will qualify under the new law and
Wewahitchka and elsewhere in the then present said Department a
County. written list of all such streets and


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'HUAlIbAY, N6VEMBER 21, 1987

roads for its action at the next
regular meeting of the State Road
Department.
The Board decided that this mat-
ter be considered at a later date.
The Attorney informed the Board
that he obtained copies of the new
law affecting the County Commis-
sioners pay for mileage and per
diem, and that each Commissioner
must now present a written bill
to the Board for his traveling .
penses, etc.
There being no further business
to come before the Board, it did
then adjourn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core J. C. Price
Clerk Chairman

LEGAL AD'/ERTISING
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery.
ALEX H. YOUNG, defendant
vs.
LUEWINNIE YOUNG, Defendan:
NOTICE TO Luewinnie Young,
whose place of residence is Route
3, Ashburn, Georgia,
On or before the 9th day of De-
cember, A.D., 1957 the defendant,
Luewinnie Young is required to
serve upon Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address
is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe
Florida, a copy of and file with the
Clerk of said Court, the original of
an answer to the Bill of Complaint
filed against her herein.
Witness my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 4th day
of November, A.D., 1957.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-11-7
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many
friends who were so kind and thot-
ful to us during the illness and
death of our mother and grand-
mother.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Arnette
and Family
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LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR
The Star,
306 Williams Avenue,
Port St. Joe, Florida.
Dear Editor:
Like a lot of other people I
wasn't interested enough in the
Gulf County Unit of the American
Cancer Society to even try to find
out about it or try to help. Oh, itf
there was a container handy or
some counter in a store where I
might drop a dime--tine. Since no
one in my family had ever had can-
cer that is as far as it went.
But I hope my story proves
that cancer is no respecter of per-


sons. I stood by helpless and hope-


day with outr hl anid mirney and mhy motherat t illy hfte writtedt to iMyrtlce, Mrs. bdaghtty and myself tHi TAh, Port St. J*e, Pl..
the Almighty God, the cancer re- them and expressed our apprecia- fo yoi Yard. We have several figured on settling down for a few THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1957
search program can find something tion for their help during her ill- kinds of trees and plants availabledays to build up our strength for
to combat this awful disease and ness. Her estate was left to the and if you will call our President, the final lap. In past trips to Doc's really worth viewing.
save precious lives. Los Angeles Unit of the American Mrs. Ralph Nance, she will see Myrtice has been dragging me all While I could go back and review
I would to God that you could Cancer Society to be used for other that you ge t your plant. over that part of Georgia to visit omissions on the entire trip, I am
just see the "Mity of Hope" in Los cancer victims, and we have sent our cooeraton with us s very her kissin' cousins, but this time I not only running out of words but
Angeles. It is amazin how many donations to them, little as they much appreciated, refused absolutely, for as far as I I want to get back to my siesta, so
are helped. How pathetic it is whea have been, they will help someone. incere can recollect I have met close on we will end this 15-installment tra-
there is no hope. The doctors told You ma ysay, "Well, how can I The Port St. Joe Garden to 350 of the tribe and can't even velogue on a flowery note.
me how limited the funds were for help or what can I do?" There are Club begin t osort 'em out. However, she Traveling through the Srhenan-
research and you know it is through many ways. I am going to offer LORENE ARMSTRONG and Mrs. Daughtry sped about the doah National Park on the Blue
research that the cure for cancer my services to be used in any way Corresponding Secretary countryside with Mrs. D. acting as Ridge Parkway we were impressed
will be found. One doctor actually I am needed. my emissary. with the profusion of wildflowers -
cried when he told me how help- Sincerely, oiSM Pla e aince there Is nothing excep- everywhere. Masses of black-eyed
less he felt when he had to tell VERA BURGE Coin a Cla S tonal to report on this last leg of susans, columbine, oxeye daisies
people, as he did us, there is no (Mrs. Buck Burge) By Col. W. S. Smith, Ret. our Journey, I will backtrack a bit and turkscap lilies we recognized,
hope. He said if only we could get Mayor of Buckhorn to pick up items of Interest that others we had to ask about, such
more money and workers, to fur- Mr. Wesley R. Ramsey, I may haTe overlooked in previous as yarrow, cohosh, fireweed, sumac
their our study, how much sooner The Star, iBUCKHORN, Fla.-Here we are columns. and snapweed. All in all, the hills
we could save many lives. My mo- Port St. Joe, Fla. home again after clicking off 5,804 Don't know how I overlooked this and valleys were literally covered
their's doctors were Dr. Clarence Dear Mr. Ramsey: miles in what we believe was one item, for it was really beautiful: in a pageant of color that will re-
Ching and Dr. Wilson Ching, bro- We would like to express our of our most interesting trips---to Near Ste. Anne de Beaupre, in Que- main in our memory forever .
;ht Thp h l in tti-t b Pni Cad it -


less and watcned myb eioved mo-I ,- ee i'iui n is sincere thanks and appreciation o us, that is, since we uuo not know
their die with cancer. The purpose for us the same surgeons that ad-'you for the publicity given our what our readers thing, though
of this is if the Gulf County Unit ministered to the late Humphrey Flower Show. It was really a ma- some of them have commented ta
of the American Cancer Society Bogart. trial contribution toward the suc- vorably upon our conversion of the
can see fit to use me in any way, The Los Angeles Unit of The cess of our show. trip to columns of The Star.
I am ready. I know it will not help American Cancer Society was won- lit is the wishes of our Club that We left you last week headed for
my mother now, but maybe some derful to us. The seven children of you have a plant from our nursery Doc Coody's farm in Georgia where


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The Postmas Is Playing
(Time to mailing checks)


Yes, with the Florida Bank, 1957 Christmas Club Checks are in the mail this
week. Our club members will be turning their checks into cash for holiday
gift buying, year-end bills, or to add to their regular savings accounts. For
an easier, pre-paid Christmas in 1958 make sure you open your Christmas Club
account at the Florida Bank today! .,



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to walk around The Big M ,O


doors


r e v rovince, UaUn*ua, w vW V iTe
i'the Christorama, an exhibit pre-
. seating a panoramic view of the
life of Christ In 50 silver panels,
each of which is a work of art in
Itself and the complete set having
been acclaimed as one of the
world's art treasures. As we walk-
ed from one panel to another,
meanwhile reading from a card
the descriptions, we walked thru
the streets of Jerusalem, by the
sea of Galilee, Into the wilderness,
and in the quiet countryside of the
Holy Land. It is Just too hard to
describe, but Myrtice has a folder
containing photographs of 20 of
the main plaques if anyone desires
to look at it.
Thinking back to Harper's Ferry
at the confluence of the Potomac
and Shenandoah Rivers, where John
Brown, a fanatic abolitionist, stag-
ed a raid in an effort to liberate
the slaves by violence and set up
a .free-negro stronghold in the
mountains, I again aaw this beau-
tiful spot In my mind's eye and
thought of the words of Thomas
Jefferson: "The passage of the Po-
tomac through the Blue Ridge is
perhaps one of the most stupen-
dous scenes In nature (this must
have been before he bought the
famed Natural Bridge). This scene
is worth a voyage across the Atlan-
ttic." And I agree with Tim-It is


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And so we close this saga and bid
you farewell until we again take
our foot in our hand (literally, you
might say) and with the co-opera-
tion of your publisher bring you
further travels of .
Myrtice and Bill

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Royal Gelatin
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Chase and Sanborn -- With $5.00 Order
COFFEE 79c
render Bake -- 10 LBS.


FLOUR


99c


Ballard or Pillsbury -- 25 Lbs.
FLOUR 1.99


[deal or Sudnbeain I- 13 IOz. Loaf 2 FOR
BiAD H 2 for 29c
Clorox ... Gal.
BLEACH 29c
SUPREME alf Gallion
IceCream 894
Dixie Lily -- 1%LB. BAG
GRITS 15c
Eagle BraijcT ondesned


MILK
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MEAL


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39c


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POTATOES
FRESH

TOMATOES

String BEANS
2 LB. BAG
CARROTS


FRESH SCARLET GLOBE
RADISH


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


First Baptist Circle 4 NEWS FROM We are sorry to say that Mrs.
MetJ 'James Bass is a patient at the
MeetS With MrS. Nichols "AK GROVE Municipal Hospital and her friends
By JUANITA NORRIS wish her a speedy recovery.
Circle Four of the First Baptist y Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Adams and
Church met at the home of Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bennett and children spent the week end in
0. Nichols, Monday, Nov. 18. children motored to Apalachicola Panama City visiting with the lat-
The meeting was called to order 'Sunday. ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
by the chairman, Mrs. W. 0. Ni- Edgar Doese of Panama City Grant.
chols. The devotion, Luke 2:39-52 spent the week end visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dykes and
was given by Mrs. Tom Parker, Sr., his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl children of Apalachicola were the
followed by prayer. Deese. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ja-
During the business session plans son Dykes.
were made for the week of prayer Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hall of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Clan of Tyn.
which is to be held December 2 to South Carolina are spending a few dall AFB were the guests of the
December 6. days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
The meeting was dismissed with Cleveland Hall. T. Campbell.
prayer by Mrs. W. J. Herring. James Broome and Verlon Norris Mrs. Nelson Gardner and daugh-
The hostess served delicious re- motored to Panama City Sunday ter Linda Faye motored to Pan-
freshments to the following mem- on business. ama City Friday on business.
bers: Mrs. Charles Gill, Mrs. TomW. J. Her- Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Haskin and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Norris and
ringker, Sr., and Mrs. W. J. Her- daughter Peggy and Mrs. Cleveland children of Apalachicola were the,
rin_ Hal motored to Marianna Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Nor-
--- to see Wallace Hall who is a pa- ris and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dykes
MrS. Chafin Hostess tient in the Jackson County Hos- Friday.
pital. Mr. and Mrs. John Parker Brown-
To Circle Number One Mr. and Mrs. James Broome re- ing and son of Tallahassee visited
turned to Port St. Joe Wednesday with the latter's parents, Mr. and


Circle 1 or the First Baptist
Church WMS met Monday, Novem-
ber 18 at the home of Mrs. Milton
Chafin with seven members pres-
ent.
Mrs. Cliff Ellis brought the de-
votion and taught the last two
chapters of the mission study book
on Africa. After further business
the meeting was closed with prayer.
(Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved by the hostess.


after spending several months in
Cottondale. She is the former Miss
Helen Norris.
Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley and
daughters spent the week end in
Bonifay visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Sollie Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. Wor-
ley.
Cleveland Hall motored to Mar-
ianna Sunday to see his son Wal-
lace who is a patient in the hospi-
tal there.


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JOHN ROBERT SMITH
Pharmaceutical Chemist


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Your prescription is ordered to suit your
health needs that is why we cannot
counter-prescribe, or make any change
in amount. The doctor orders better
health. We supply it!
PHONE BAll 7-5111


Mrs. Everitt McFarland. H I

Garden Club Notes ,
On Fall Planting
In Northern Florida we have a
longer period for planting than
some areas further south. Generally
speaking November is the last good
month for planting flowers that
bloom in the winter and spring.
First of all we must prepare soil
in the following manner:
To an area of 100 square feet
(10' by 10') use 25 pounds sheep
manure or two bushels of well rot-
ted dairy material. Turn in soil Mr. and Mrs.
and let bed remain empty for sev- berville announ
eral days. Rework soil and plant, Mark Anthony c
and following plants are recom- Mr. and Mrs.
mended for this area: born announce t
-Sweet alyssum, plant six inches Lee on Novemb,
apart, use for borders. Mr. and Mrs.
Candytuft, plant .eight inches son announce th
apart. Keith -on Novem

Petunias, plant eight to 12 inches Mr. and Mrs.
apart. Varieties recommended are nounce the birth
"Fangs", "Fire Dance" and "Linda". on November 1
Carnations, plant 12 inches apart. Mr. and Mrs.
'Bachelor Button, plant 12 to 18 announce the bir
inches apart. on November 7.
Baby Breath, plant 12 inches Mr. and Mrs.
apart. chors announce
Larkspur, plant 12 inches apart. beth Dawn on N(
Nasturtium, plant six inches Mr. and Mrs.


apart.


.rote announce t


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lsa on November 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Wall
announce the birth of William Ro-
b ert on November 14.
Mr. and Mrs. Braxton L. Ward
announce the birth of Sandra Je-
Smille on November 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard M. Shan-
Louis Edward Tu- non announce the birth of Jona-
ace the birth of .. -..T--.. -
roanLee 11 Nov~~uer.t3


in November 14.
Clifford W. San-
he birth of Robert
er 13.
Joe Daniel Harri-
.e birth of Charles
hber 13.
Edward Tullis an-
of Donald Edward
2.
Bobby Ray Holley
rth of Michael Ray
Sidney Julian An-
the birth of Eliza-
ovember 5.
Terrence W. Hi-
the birth of Terry-


than Lee on Novembejr 13.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed Fear
announce the birth of Larry Thom-
as on November 17.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred James Nel.
son announce the birth of Arthur
Mack on November 17.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman M. Martin
announce the birth of David Stan-
ley on November 16.
(All births occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital at Port St. Joe.
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SUITS

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Spring, Summer and All-Year
Weights and Patterns. Famous,
High Quality Brands. Sizes from
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EXTRA PANTS----$5.00


BOYS' SPORT -

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CLASSIFIED ADS


White City on Highway 71.
S E. TOM PRIDGEON
I R-al Estate & Insurance
All 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: Block 87, Lot 28, Loca-
tion 10. Garrison Ave., Port t.
Joe. See John Dady. 4tp-11-7
FOR SALE: 1950 model Pontiac
,house trailer. 34'. $600 equity and
assume payments. See Ray Brant
at Griffin Trailer Park, Oak Grove.
FOR SALE: One 22 case dry elec.
Coca-Cola box, 1 cash register; 1
bar counter. All for $200, or gill
sell separate. Wimico Lodge, Phone
7-8820.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 3-oed-
room house on Marvin Ave. Ph
7-5471. 2tp
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment
on 10th St. Near schools. Call
7-3073. Mrs. J. S. Shirey, 612 Madi-
son St. tfc-11-14
FOR RENT: Dec. 1, unfurnished
duplex apartment. -Near church-
es and schools. On Long Avenue.
See Mrs. H. E. Bartee or Mrs. Ron-
ald Childers. 3tp11-14
FOR RENT: Unfurnished duplex
apartment. On Palm Blvd. See
Silas R. Stone.
FOR RENT: Small house on Long
Avenue. Close to schools. Call
Mrs. Bobby Baxley, Phone 7-4876.


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BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
PANA-CRAFT BOATS
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Re"? Parts and Repairs

F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
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FOR SALE' Two bedroom brick- FOR RENT: One small two-bed- LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
create house. Has den, fireplace, room cottage. Beacon Hill. See Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
two lots already well landscaped. Bill Carr at St. Joe Hardware. Fourth St.. meeting night every other
In nice neighborhood on McClellan. Monday.
Only $1600. down and balance on FOR RENT: 3-room house. Furnish-
PHA loan. ed. Best location. $45 mo. 808 SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
FOR SALE: Two bedroom house 16th St. Phone 7-4616. tfc O. F.-Meets first and third
plus two furnished apartments Fridays, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic T
that are bringing in $100 per months FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- Hall. All members urged to attend;
thatment for couple only. Mrs. A. M. visiting brethren Invited.
Good investment property at $10,000 Jones. Phone 7-7646. tfc-11-7 C.W. LONG, N. G. t
This includes house, two apart- J. C. PRICE, Secty.
ments and the furniture in the two FOR RENT: Two bedroom garade J.C. PRICE, Secty.
apartments, apartments. Two, three and four THERE WILL BE a regular com-
A very nice two bedroom house bedroom cottages, furnished. Call munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
completely furnished at St. Joe BAll 9-1184, or see Mrs. C. E. No. 111, F&AM every first and
Beach. A good buy if you are look- Thompson at Costin's Cottages, third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
ing for a nice beach cottage. Beacon Hill. 8tp-10-10 ,. .
Two lots on Marvin Avenue for ,
$1600. FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished ;. '
A three bedroom house at High- house. On Long Ave. Also 2 bed- EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M.
land View that we can sell for ,room house at Beach. See C. W. ROY L. BURCH, Secty.
only $300 down and balance like Long at Western Auto. ltc All Master Masons cordially invited
FRANK HANNON FOR RENT: Apartment. Phone WILLIS V. ROWAN-i POST 116,
Real Estate and Insurance 7-7736. 515 Third St., W. B. Fer- THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
1rell. tfc-11-21 THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
221 Reid Ave. Phone 7-3491 rel tfc--21 ing first and third Monday nights
FOR RENT: One ana two bedroom 800 p.m., American Legion Home
FOR SALE: Penney's Beach Apart- attractively furnished apartments R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
ments, S.t,. Joe Beach, Port St. Cool in summer, warm in winter. St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
Joe. Gas heat, window fans. They have M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-.
FOR SALE: Beach lots. Reason- to be seen to be appreciated. Wim- ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddle,
able. Apply at this agency. ico Lodge, White City, Phone 9-4083. High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
FOR SALE: House and lot at tic-11-21


Brown, Mrs. J. P. Morrisonii, iMrs.
T. J. Mitchell, Mrs. R. D. Prows,
Mrs. S. D Johnson and Mrs J R
Smith.

CARD OF THANKS
nI would like to say thanks to my
many friends and love ones for
their prayers, visits, flowers, and
cards during my recent illness.
MRS. E. J. RICH


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, PFa. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1957


ELECTRIC IRONS REPAIRED: !Mrs YadonH hostess
Expert repairs on all types irons. rs. Y n
Red's Shoe Shop. tf To Presbyterian Women1
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.50
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf Mrs. James Yadon was hostess
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- to the women of the Presbyterian
son, Phone 7-7501. Cthrch on Monday, Nov. 18, at her
WANTED: Any news of interest to home on 16th Street. Mrs. Kay
your neighbor for the Panama Clark, president, presided and Mrs.
City oNews andt Herald. Calli s2 McLain Elder led the group in a
study of the book of Malachi, corn
BE5CcAL SERVICES pleting the year's study of the
:OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing minor prophets. A social hour fol-
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING. lowed in which Mrs. Yadon, assist.
'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors r ed by Mrs. Clark, served the fol-
iaired, also. lowing women:
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call Mrs. C. W. Long, Mrs. M. H. El-
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service -01tfc-5-2 der, Mrs. Henry Campbell, Mrs.
Lawrence [Bissett, Mrs. Sidney
'ADEl IIUS that ueles artiAle for T t-..^c- I


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,PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE PS HEREBY GIVEN that
at a regular meeting of the City
Commission of the City of Port
St. Joe to be held at 8:00 o'clock
P.M. on the 3rd day of December
1957, all interested persons may
appear and file written objections
to the confirmation of the prelim-
inary assessment roll relating to
the assessment for improvements
consisting of the installation of a
sewerage collection system in
"Special Assessment District No.
1", City of Port St. Joe.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By: R. W. HENDERSON-
City Clerk 2t

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