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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: December 19, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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THE


STAR


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-FIRST YEAR -'ORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1957 SINGLE COPY 8o NUMBER 12


Rotary Club Will Present Annual

Christmas Program Sunday Afternoon
The Port St. Joe Rotary Club will present its annual Christ-
mas tree program Sunday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. in the City
Park.
As in years past, the Rotarians have arranged for Santa
Claus to be on hand to talk to the children 'and pass out gifts to
all the children present.
The Rotarians have gone a little farther this year and are
providing a Christmas program to "Keep Christ In Christmas".
in addition to their annual project, the Rotary Club has arranged
with the Port St. Joe Ministerial Alliance to present the Christmas
story from the Bible at their program Sunday afternoon.
The program will consist of the reading of the Christmas
story from the Bible by Rev. J. C. Odum, pastor of the Long
Avenue Baptist Church. There will be Christmas music presented
by the combined choirs of all the church of Port St. Joe. The
group will present the singing of old familiar Christmas carols.
The entire religious portion of the program is under the
direction of Rev. Gardner D. Underhill, Rector of the St. James'
Episcopal Church and president of the Port St. Joe Ministerial
Alliance.
Jimmy Greer, president of the Rotary Club offers a special
invitation to everyone in town to be their guests at the City Park
Sunday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. to take part in these services. He
assures every child a sack of Christmas fruit and candy and a
chance to talk to Santa l0aus.


Kiwanis Club Honors Coach Craig

With Testimonial Dinner Tuesday

Coach Marion Craig was given a Owens spoke briefly on his view-
testimonial at the weekly luncheon point of Craig's effectiveness in
meeting of the Kiwanis Club Tues- the local schools from the stand-
day noon at the Motel St. Joe. point of a former coach. Owens
Programsaid, "Never have I seen a harder
'Program chairman Bob King pre- working coach and never have I
sented the pertinent facts in the seen a Coach get so much out of
life of Port St. Joe's beloved coach. a group of youngsters".
Craig was born July 18, 1921 in Guests of the club Tuesday were
Greenville, S. C. He graduated from Jimmy Adams, Peck Boyer, Terry
Greenville High in 1939 and from Hinote, Gene Cox, Tommy Owens,


Clemson College in 1943 with a JBS
degree. He served with the para-
troopers in the Pacific in the 11th
Airborne Division in World War
II. On October 44 he was married
and was discharged from the Army
in 1946. He played 'pro football
with. the Miami .Seahawks and the
;Port-imourh, e a, Pirates.:
On January 1947,- their son Bob
was born in Greenville, S. C., and
in August 47, Craig and his family
moved to Port St. Joe where he
has been ever since. His first sea-
son here, the Sharks had a four
four record. The previous year they
chalked up a .perfect record-of no
wins. Since that time,,, the Sharks
have been consistent if not great
winners. Craig finished work on his
MS degree from FSU in 1957 after
attending--summer school to get
his degree.
Assistant Coach Lamar Faison
praised Craig for his work with
the youth at the High School. He
pictured Craig as ever ready to
give any child a helping hand in
any problem that he has. Faison
said that as a result, the coach


Leroy Bowdoin, and Lamar Faison.
Jimmy Adams of the Key Club
gave a brief report on the club's
trip to Miami Beach to attend the
state convention.
One new member, William Amos,
was taken into the club.

Post Office Announces

Holiday Schedule

To better take care of the Christ-
mas rush at the local Post Office,
Postmaster Chauncey Costin sayz
he will be open for business all day
Saturday, December 21. That is,
from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. He
urged that all Christmas mailers
complete the bulk of their mailings
this week in order that they may
be assured delivery before Christ-
mas day. Costin also stated that
Star Route 3 would deliver mail to
box holders in the St. Joe Beach,
Beacon Hill and Mexico Beach area
on Sunday, December 22, but there
would be no city delivery on that
day except special delivery mail.


Star Sets Up

Publication Date

The Star will go into the mail
next week on Christmas eve. The
paper will be put into the post
office Tuesday morning at 8:00
a.m. This will necessitate print-
ing the last run of the paper on
Monday afternoon.
The publisher of The Star ur-
ges your cooperation on this
early publication date so thit
the staff may take the Christmas
holidays off. All news and ad-
vertising matter must be turned
in between Friday morning of
this week and Monday noon of
next week. The Star will be open
all day Saturday to take any
news or advertising matter for
next week's paper.


Brownie, Girl Scouts
Will Sing Carols

On Monday, December 23, the
Brownie Scouts and Girl Scouts
will sing Christmas Carols around
town. Any shutins that wish to have
these young girls sing for them,
please contact Mrs. E. P. Lapey-
rouse and it will try to be arrang-
ed for the carolers to sing for you.
The group will complete their a-
roling about 8:30 p.m. at which
time they will gather under the
Christmas tree at 1010 Palm Blvd.
These young girls made all the dec-
orations that are on the tree and
also did all the decorating. Their
ages are from 7 to 12 years of age.
If you are not too busy about 8:30
Monday night, pass by on Palm
Blvd. and hear the Girl Scouts and
Brownie Scouts sing the Christmas
story.


School Closes Tamorrow
Will Re-open January 6

'Principal Leroy Bowdoin has
announced that Port St. Joe
Schools will close down for the
Christmas holidays tomorrow af-
ternoon at the end of the school
day.
The schools will remain closed
throughout the holidays and re-
open again on Monday, January
6.

Methodist Choir

To Present 'Messiah'

The Church Choir of the First
Methodist Church will present the
'Christmas Messiah" and other


find's himself as much sought-after choral numbers Sunday night at
for advice by the students. He also Receives Commendation 8:10 p.m.
reported that under Craigs leader- The choir will be under the di-
ship, the Sharks have not lost a ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND reaction of Bill Cowden.- Featured
basketball game on their home MD.-Sceond Lieutenant Douglas in the evening's musical program
court in 'three years. Baldwin, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. will be solos, duets and choral
'Principal Leroy Bowdoin stressed Noel D. Baldwin, of 1314 McClel- numbers.-
the importance of the sports pro- lan Ave., Port St. Joe, was awarded The general public is cordially in-
gram at the school for keeping the a Letter of Commendation on De- vited to attend the musical service.
children busy. He had nothing but cember 10 upon his departure from
praise for Craig's accomplishments the U. S. Army Ordnance, School, Christmas Play Planned
in these lines. He pointed out that here. For Friday Night
the record of the team was not the Colonel Thomas C. Compton,
thing, but that the lesson the chil- Commandant of the School, com- The Oak Grove Assembly of God
dren learned was all-important as mended Lieutenant Baldwin for his Church will present their Christ-
witness the recent awarding of the performance of duties in the Ord- mas play Friday night, December
area sportsmanship award to the nance Supply Training Division. 20 at 7:30 p.m. The title of the
local school and football team. "Through your efforts and cooper- Christmas play is "The Dream of
"This-kind of: record is what we ation, you have greatly improved the Christ Child".
are after", said Bowdoin, "and the quality of instruction in all Pastor Gilliland says, "this is a
Coach Craig leaves no stone un- phases of the courses assigned to wonderful play and you will enjoy
turned in achieving this goal." this section," the letter stated in every minute of it," Everyone is in-
County Superintendent Tommy part. ,, .,A f~n4 1.Al- .e .


Wayne Taylor Signs With UG
He 1 mmO I I IIS tI

Wayne Taylor, son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. Taylor has signed a
four-year grand-in-aid scholarship
...e with the University of Georgia.
a Taylor will play with the Geor-
gia Bulldogs under his contract.
Wayne has run up an impressive


County Asks For Road Paving In



Resolution To State Road Department


Sharks Take Win


Over Marianna


Port St. Joe's Sharks looked like
another championship team Tues-
day night as they swept to their
second consecutive victory of their
young basketball season with a
46-42 victory over the Marlinna
Bulldogs. The Sharks now hold a
2-0 record.
The Sharks, trailing 29-22 at the
half put together 24 points in the
second half to their opponents 13
points to salvage the victory.


Bowdoin Tells Rotary

Of School Curriculum

Principal Leroy Bowdoin of the
Port St. Joe gave the Rotary Club
a short glance at the curriculum
of the Port St. Joe schools at their
meeting Thursday.
Bowdoin reported that in light
fo tha recent conntroversy of the


All-State eager Wayne Taylor ". '" .. ,. U, .
All-State cager Wayne Taylor schools in the United States not
led scoring or the winners with in t U
led scoring r the winners with teaching enough math and science
seven field goals and five free cou ses, that the local schools of-
throws for 19 points. Kenneth Ricks feared as many math and science
and Saunders MacMullian for the courses as English courses. He said
losers were runners up with 18 and there are 18 English classes, 17
15 points respectively. math classes and 17 science clas-
The Sharks' 'B' team also won ses offered in the local high school.
the preliminary 41-30 with Willie He reported that local students
Daniell leading the winners with wre no required to ake more
10 points and Richard Zipperer 9. math and science classes than sev-
t St. Je wl py Br H math and science classes than sev-
Port St. Joe will play Bay High ral years ago. The main problem,
in Panama Cy F y ng at eral years ago. The main problem,
in Panama City Friday night at
Spm Ctaccording to Bowdoin, was creating
8 p.m., 'CST. the desire in the students to take
Sharks fg ft tp Bulldogs fg ft tp these sometimes difficult courses.
Hinote ? 0 4 Ricks 6 S 18 Bowdoin tated that it was his
Fletcher 3 2 8 Tidwell 3 0 6 onion that local students were
Mus.white 2 2 6 M'Mullen 2 1 5 udI n ha a e re
o 7 5 1 1 M 2 4 studying harder than ever before.
Taylor 7 5 19 MaRae 2 0 He based this observation on the
Mitchell 0 0 0 Beaus 3 0 6 fact that- there were more pupils
Young 0 0 0 Daffin 1 1 3 on the 'honor roll for the past six
Knight 1 3 5 weeks than ever before.
Smith 2 0 4 In extra-curricular activities Bow-
SCORE BY QUARTERS doin reported a healthy interest by
Port- St. Joe. 8 14 4 4.0-46 thest idents. He stated that thesa
Marianna 14 15 8 5--42 actdvltie4 were needed ino such an
--_ --- area as this And were provided by
the school to keep the pupils busy.
Mooseheart Choirs out of the 476 pupils in high school,
90 are enrolled in the senior band;
Will Sing Christmas 35 to 0 in the cadet band; 82 out
for basketball and a corresponding
The combined Mooseheart. Ill., number out for football. Bowdoin
Children's Choruses of 65 voices, spoke highly of the school's record
will be featured in a special Christ- in band and sports in competition
mas radio program on Christmas with other schools.
Day, starting at 4:00 p.m. over As an aftermath of the -program,
WJOE. Ernest Wimberly showed some col-
Some of the numbers which are ored slides that he had made while
scheduled In the Child City pro- stationed with the army in Japan
m n hristmas a T and Korea


Came Upon A Midnight Clear
Hark the Herald Angels Sing
Adeste Fideles; 0 Little Town o
Bethlehem, This Is Noel; The Firs
Noel; and Silent Night.
For the past five years .the
Mooseheart Choruses have been
seen and 'heard on television in spe
cial Christmas programs, but this
will be the first radio Christmas
program which has featured them
in many years.
-K

School Purchases Must

Have Written Order

Principal Leroy Bowdoin urges
that all Port St. Joe merchants
request a written permission
slip from students before charg-
ing any merchandise to the high
school or any of its activities.
Bowdoin said the reason for the
move was that the school receives
bills each month for merchandise
that was not authorized for pur-
chase by the school. Although
the material was used at the
school, and no pupils are buying
things for themselves on the
school's account, the faculty of
the school wants to keep up with
all purchases. Along this line,
they request local merchants
refuse to sell any Items to stu-
dents unless they have written
permission to make the purchase
for the school.
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Visiting In Georgia
Mrs. J. E. McLeod left Wednes-


Sharks Officially Re

Crown; Five Players


If

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record at Port St. Joe High School day morning for Colquitt, Ga., to
for the past four years and was visit with her mother, Mrs. C. M.
scouted extensively this year by Palmer who will return with Mrs.
Georgia and many other schools. McLeod for the holidays.
Wayne signed the contract last
Wednesday night in the home of Home For The Holidays
J. Lamar Miller, an alumnus of Miss Celia Tomlinson is home
the University. Also instrumental from Judson University to spend
in signing Taylor to the school was the Christmas holidays with her
H. G. Harvey, another local alum- family, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey R.
nus of the University of Georgia. j Tomlinson.


Program To Be Financed With Bond

Issue Against Secondary Road Fund

The Board of County Commis- 71 in approximate location of St.
sioners in attempting to bring the Joe Lumber and Export Company
street and road program of Gulf old railroad bed, to intersection
County up to date ncav adopted a with new Kenny's Mill road, and
Resolution to the State Road De- to extend nw Kenny's Mill road
from its intersection at the foot of
partmen't requesting that they ap- the overpass on U. S. 98 to their
prove numerous streets and roads right of way lines so that St. Joe
in, Gulf County for construction Paper Company can construct a
from the secondary road find. road on their property into the
While the Commissioners voiced wood yard.
their opinion on numerous oucas-; 3 complete Howard Creek Road
ions that it was their desire to to landing.
pave every major street and road in ,
the county, the State Road De- See map on Page Five
apartment would not concur in their ^ ^
request and after numerous confer-' The Board of County Commis-
ences the following connecting sion feel that they are very fortun-
links and feeder roads within the ate in being able to get these pro-
cities of Port St. Joe and Wewa- jects approved by the State. Road
hitchka were approved. Department in the light of recent
1. Extension of Long Avenue to legislation. The new laws provide
intersection with Niles Road. that the State Road Department
2. Take off from U. S. 98 South cannot expend secondary road funds
of Leg A, which is the long exten- withl4 the city limits or within a
sion of Garrison Avenue, running subdivision- unless the street or
to Jones Homestead and then turn road serves a by-passed area or
West back to old U. S. 98. i connects existing State or Federal
3. HotAop Garrison Avenue from highways.
16th Street to 5th Street. The Commissioners have asked
4. Extend Garrison Avenue from the State Road Department to ap-
5th Street Northwest to intersec- prove these projects and finance
tion with new Kenny's Mill Road. ithe construction by issuing revenue
5. Construct 1st Street from U. S. bonds to be repaid from the sec-
98 to Garrison Avenue. ondary road funds. This will have
6. Construct 20th Street from no bearing on taxes in Gulf County,
Long Avenue to Garrison Avenue. but will have the effect of allowing
8. River Road in the City of We- the Commission to build the roads
wahitchka between East 2nd St. in a grqup and thereby save tahou-
and t.ea Chipola. River Cutoff. sapds of Aollars more than the in-
In addition to the feeder roads terest wA be on the bonds and
and connecting links within the ci- will bring our road program up to
ties. the following projects have date in order that we may continue
been approved: to grow and prosper.
1. Construct road, bridge, and The Commission plan. to borrow
dam from a point on the Lake in the neighborhood of a million
Grove Road, S-22, across the Dead dollars and to repay this over a per-
Lakes, with a road curving to the iod of approximately 10 years,
North to the Calhoun County line, which will obligate' approximately
with an approximate one mile spur, 50% of the annual anticipated re-
running to the Apalachicola River venue from the secondary road
approximately 1-4 mile North of funds and will leave the other 50%
Chipola Cutoff, the site of the pro- for maintenance and new construc-
posed river port. tlon.
,2. Construct by-pass and Indus- All of the projects are drastically
trial road, from point on State Road needed and will save the County
and cities untold thousands of. dol-
lars in, maintenance costs while
receive NW Florida giving the people more good roads
over which to travel and providing
Receive Honors for the future industrial develop-
S ment of the entire county. The in-
du4strial road in Port St. Joe is one


n Last Wednesday night at a meet- Kenneth Ricks and Wilton McRa that has been needed for some time
ing of the Northwest Florida Con- of Marianna; Wayne Taylor and in order to open up new industrial
s ference here in Port St. Joe the of Marianna; Wayne Taylor andareas along the canal and in the
& Port St. Joe Sharks were official- Edward Smith of Port St. Joe; Jer- City of Port St. Joe and the con-
ly named the Northwest Florida ry Gay and R. W. Goodson of struction of a road and bridge
Conference football champions and Quincy and David Bloodworth of across the Dead Lakes will provide
were presented their trophy DeFuniak Springs. the northern end of the county with
Other honors bestowed uon the Honorable mention went to Frank the finest project that they have
Sharks were the placistowed upong five Fletcher and Jackie Mitchell of ever had and one for which all of
playearks on the all- cineree team Port St. Joe and David Powell of Gulf County .has worked for many
Edward Smith, Wayne Taylore Bil- Quincy. years. It will open up new avenues
ly Denton Terry Hinote and Sonnr, Bi All-conference ends: Charles Peel for industrial development, provide
Cly Dehafin. Coach Marion Craig waSonny f Chipley; Billy Dnton, Port St. port facilities on the Apalachicola
named "Coach o the Year", by iwas Joe; Myles Hand, Quincy and Gra- River, recreational facilities to at-
cona med "Coach of the Year", by isdy Bass, Quincy. Honorable men- tract tourists and make the fertile
conference fellow-members. tion: David Musselwhite of Port lands on tie Apalachicola River val-
The all-cotference backs are as St. Joe and Wayne Stewart of Mar- ley accessible to Gulf County citi-
follows: Charles Peterson, Chipley; ianna. zens.
All-conference tackles: Ronnie Calhoun County has initiated
Last Rites Held Bowers, Chipley; Wayne Tidwell, the proper steps to pave the road
Marianna; Terry Hinote, Port St. south from Scotts Ferry to the
For A. M. Nixon Joe and Bucky Brown of DeFuniak county line on the Iola side of the
I Springs. Honorable mention were Dead Lakes.
Andrew McCrary Nixon, 77, pas- Larry Henley of Port St. Joe and) The Gulf County map which is
sed away at his home in East Jimmy Craven of Quincy. shown in this issue indicates the
Point Monday night at 6:45 p.m. af- All-conference guards: Johnny projects which have been approved
ter a lingering illness. McDavid of Marianna; James Bran- outside of the city limits and due
He was survived by three daugh- non, DeFuniak Springs; Sonny Cra- to the space it was impractical to
ters: Mrs. Willie Pauline Tuck,,fin, Port St. Joe and Melvin Fair (carry maps of the cities and they
,Birmingham, Ala.; Mrs. Carson cloth, Quincy. Honorable mention are designated by name.
Mashburn, White City; Mrs. Ivy, were: Alex Gaillard and Kenne h i While many worthwhile projects
Aline Nixon, White City. Two sons, !Hurlbut, Port St. Joe and Tommy 'are not included in the Resolution,
Melton Wayne Nixon, Concord, N. Justice of Chipley. i the Commission did attempt to have
Carolina; Joseph Andrew Nixon,' all of the streets and roads ap-
SApalachicola; eleven grandchildren Wewa FD Will Sponsor proved but they did not meet the
and one great grandchild. Dance Tomorrow Night i legal specifications of the State
Graveside services were held -- Road Department and therefore
Wednesday, December 18 at Mag- The Wewahitc'hka Volunteer Fire the county could not include them
nolia Cemetery in Apalachicola con- Department is sponsoring r. dance for construction at this time.
ducted by the Rev. Laws, tomorrow night in lth Community! These projects will give Gulf
Comforter Funeral Home of Port i' iiTlihtn.: in \Wrwahitchkta :roin S8 County a real shot in the arm and
St. Joe was in charge of arranged to 12 p.m. Funds; derived from the will place them on a par, if not
ments. Idanrto will go to buy baskets of .superior, to our neighboring coun-
or food for nedy families., ties and will enable us to attract
Home For Holidays Music will litb furnished by Spee- more people and industry and will
Donald Ramsey, son of Mr. and dy Morria' Baud of Marianna. Ad= open up vast areas of timber and
Mrs. Ed Ramsoy will arrive t homi mission will Ie $1,00 for adults agricultural lands which have for
this week end to spend thi holil ain 504 for students. Both round goneratlons been accessible for
days here with his parents. and iAnoI'e danming will be featured, development.


- rlrVIr d to attend, All are welcome.


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Deadline Nears For Christmas

Outdoor Decoration Contests

Monday December 23 is the dead-
line for accepting entries for tha Sunday Schoo
Christmas outdoor decorating Has Christmna
test sponsored by the Garden Club
of Port St. Joe.
To enter the contest, simply call The Winsome S
Mrs. Ralph Nance at BAll 9-1476 Class of the Long
no later than 5:00 p.m. Monday Church enjoyed a cc
and describe your outdoor display per Tuesday night
or decoration. Those enjoying
Your entry may win a prize in '.e en n
were Mrs. W. P.
any of the following classifications Glen' Basham, Mrs.
1. Decorated entrance door. Mr.and Mrs. Bobb
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
2. Window Display. and Mrs. Grady P1
3. Most Attractive Outdoor Tre and Mrs Grady PMone
4. Any other Outdoor Display. Mr. d Mr.
On Monday night, qualified jud- Buford Nichols, Mr.
ges from out of town will decide y Arnold and Mr.
upon the winning outdoor decora- _4
tion or display in each of the above Visit In Al
classifications. Decisions of the-
judges will be final. The winner Mrs. Aubrey Tomli
In each category will be awarded W. P. Dockery spent
with a flowering plant. Marion, Ala.
All outdoor decorations must be Patient In H
registered with Mrs. Nance in or.
der to qualify for judging. .Mrs. Ralph Swatt,
--. in the Municipal Ho
ST. JAMES CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
The Rev. Gardner D. Underhill
.Rector
4th Sunday in Advent, Dec. 22 .
7:30 a.m. Celebration of the Holy
Communion. 9:45 a.m., Church
School. 11:00 a.m., Morning prayer
and sermon. 7:30 p.m. The Episco-
pal Young Churchmen.
Christmas Eve, Tues., Dec. 24
7:00 p.m. The Christmas Eve
celebration of the Holy Commun-
ion and Sermon at St. John's
Church, Wewahitchka. 11:00 a.m.,
The Festal Choral Eucharist. Ser-
mon and Candle Lighting at St.
James', Port St. Joe.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.
-- '


Hello!

By R. Glenn Boyles,
National Institutes of lHealth,
Bethesda, Md.
Dear friends:
Feeling sorta low these days and
having some difficulty getting that
Christmas spirit you'll find runn-
ing high in Boyles Department
Store. It may be just 'plain envy
that you guys and dolls in Port St.
Joe, Florida are having it so easy!
. No ice, no snow, no buses to
wait for while the chilly winds
blow no wild and reikliess
crowds jostling you 'round in the
stores no salespeople giving
that icy stare when you're a little
slow making up your mind no
long lines to buck when you nee:
to cash a check or buy some stamps
No, you're able to walk or r;,,.;
down the street leisurely and safely
. stop a minute to pass the time
of day with a neighbor, and maybe
pick u.p some good tips on gift% to
buy at BOYLES. You'll get a warm
welcome there and might as well
make yourself at home. Take your'
time ask as many questions
as you wish get free gift wrap-
ping. I'll make a bet you can buy
several nice gifts, go home happily
and 'have lunch on the table before
I could get in a store here and
find a salesperson. They have a
habit of hiding behind the counter
here and when you're lucky enough.
to find one they'll send you 'o an-
other floor and by the time you've ,
managed to jam and push your way
through four or five floors you've
not only lost your strength and
patience but your Christmas spirit
as well. You've consumed several
hougs and decided to go home for
a rest. Next day you'll go in another
direction and chances are you'll
have the same experience. Your en-
thusiasm, good health and general
resistance may enable you to carry
on for a week or so but many peo-
ple are choosing a new plan a
"do it yourself program". They go
home and make their own Christ-
mas gifts. It's much easier and
more economical than trying to
shop in a metropolis. This is not
a bad plan provided you're lucky
enough to be on a 35 to 40 hour a'
week job. However, there's usually'
an abundance of work at home
without extras and I'm still in fa-
vor of shopping for diversion, plea-'
sure and the general satisfaction
of getting prompt, pleasant, effi-
cient service along with purchases
of wanted items.
Now, I see the why of my low
feelings .. Just homesick, and
want to do my Christmas shopping
at BOYLES, Port St. Joe, Fla. .
the store where home folks serve
home folks and every purchase
rings a Christmas bell inside you.
Merry Christmas to all,
R. GLENN BOYLES


Garden Club Circle
Holds Christmas Meet

The Azalea and Gladiolus Circles
of the Garden Club held their
A Class Christmas meeting- last Thursday
s Dinner 'at the home of Mrs. Buck Griffin
s Dinner on 10th street.

Sunday Schobl Approximately 25 members at-
Avenue Baptist tended the festive gathering and ex-,
overed dish sup- changed gifts after a short business
at the church. discussion.
the occasion Everyone participated in the
DoeKery, Mrs. judging of the many lovely Christ-
Frank Poole, rmas arrangements made by the
y Bowdoin, Mr. members for the occasion.
layer, Mr. and A blue ribbon was awarded to
r, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Buck Griffin for an exquisite
and Mrs. Dor- Madonna arrangement in shades
and Mrs. Wes- of blue nad white. Mrs. C'hauncey
Costin received a red ribbon for a


abama
inson and Mrs.
Wednesday in

hospital
s is a patient
hospital.


Christmas fantasy. of reindeer and
colored balls against greenery,.
suitable for an end table. A lovely
and imaginative arrangement of
cherubs, candles and greenery made
by Mrs. Ethel Bridges graced the'
fireplace mantle and took third
place or the yellow ribbon.
The door prize, a pair of gar-
deners gloves was won by Mrs. Paul


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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1957


and a black board with chalk? An but don't be afraid. I will be over
ironing board and an iron that real- them before you get here.
ly irons, a table and chairs that I -
can use with a tea set and cooking 0. M. TAYLOR MAKES
set. If I can have a clarinet I would PRESIDENT'S CLUB
be glad. O. M. Taylor, local representa-
Thank you, tive of Gulf Life Insurance Corn-
Karen King pany, qualified for his company's
President's Club with an outstand-
Dear Santa Claus, ing sales and service record in
I want a cowboy suit, guns and 1957. He and his wife will be dele-
holster, a rifle and real bullets, gates to the annual convention of
Please bring me a guitar and in- sales leaders to be held in Holly-
dian suit and a bow and arrow. wood Beach next June.
I would like some indian tents
and a Western set of cowboys, in- CUB SCOUT CHRISTMAS
dians, horses, trees and ranch PARTY THURSDAY
house. Some trucks, boats and air- The Cub Scout Christmas party
planes and cars I can always play will be held Thursday evening at
with when I stay inside. Thank you. the Port St. Joe Elementary School
Chris King at 7:30 p.m. Cubs and their par-
I have a baby sister please re- ents are invited to attend.
member her too.


Dear Santa,
I am a little girl 6 years old. I
am in the first grade. I have been
a good girl. Please bring me a
doll and buggy.
Don't forget my sister. She is 9
years old.


Home On Leave
Thomas Farris of the U. S. Naval
Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsyl-
vania is at home to spend the
Christmas holidays with his par-
ents, Mr. and. Mrs. W. F. Farri's.


LETTERS TO

SANTA CLAUS

Dearest Santa,
M. I am a little girl four years old.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Bascom Hamm an- I have a brother three and a sister
nounce the birth of a son, Alton two. We have been very good boys
Harold on December 12. and girls for mommy. Will you
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Cooley an- please bring me a doll and suitcase
ounce the birth of a son, Charles and bring my sister a doll and suit-
Andrew on November 25. case too and Ray a gun and cow-
(All births.occurred at the Mu- boy suit.
nicipal Hospital in Port St. Joe.) We love you very much and
K____ hope you come to see us.
Love,
fensom. Pat, Ray and Debbie
ensom. Miller
Refreshments of lane cake and
hot coffee were served to the mem- Dear Santa Claus,
bers as they arrived.
Hostesses for the occasion were: I would like a big doll, bunk doll
Mrs. Buck Griffin, Mrs. D. S. Moon, beds, jewelry, jewelry box and doll
Mrs. .Ethel Bridges, Mrs. R. W. clothes. A suitcase a two way tele-
Henderson and Mrs. Kenneth Brod- phone and an Uncle Wiggly game.
nax. Could I have a cowgirl suit, a gun


rslrFO


STONE'S is Santa to St. Joe Men


Surprise Him With A Fit Him Right With A For His Unusual Gift

McGregor Long Sleeve Famous for Fit Doggie Valet -- $2.00

SPORT SHIRT HIGGINS SLACKS Manicure Sets $1.25 $5.95
Wools and Imported Wools Desk Sets $1.00 $5.95
Large Selections Shave Kits $3.95 $9.95
Newest Styles Ivy Leagues
SLatest Patterns Wash and Wear Travel Clocks --- $9.95
Fitted Brush Sets
$4.00 to $10.00 $7.95 to $15.95 _Fitted $3.95 $4.95

WHEN YOUR GIFT CAME FROM STONES --YOU GAVE THE BEST!


PRESENTED BY
WARNER BROS. wih DIANE PREWSTR I |
SEBASTIAN CABOTI '


SATURDAY ONLY

DOUBLE FEATURE


(But You Pay No More)


Your Gift Has To Be Right
When It's An Arrow

DRESS SHIRT
Reg. Collar Reg. Cuffs
Spread Collar French Cuffs
Short Collar Reg. Cuffs

White -----$3.95

Colored----- $5.00
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We Suggest for Christmas

Esquire Stretch Socks ---- $1.00
Shields Jewelry $1.50 $5.00
Coopers Underwear $1.00 $1.50
Enro Pajamas $3.95 $5.00
Freeman Shoes --- $9.95 $14.95
Slipper Sock. $3.50


Koroseal 'Raincoats


- $4.95


House Slippers --- $3.95 $4.95


Warm Him With A
Nylon Reversible

JACKETS
Machine Washable
Long Wearing
Extra Warmth

$19.95 and $25.00


YOUR GIFTS FROM STONES ARE DISTINCTIVE


Robert Bruce

Pullover


SWEATERS


Imported Lambs Wool
Washable Orlon
Many Colors


$7.95 -$8.95 -$9.95


Christmas Savings

Sleeveless


SWEATERS

McGregor and Robert Bruce
Wool
Washable Orlon


SUNDAY' MONDAY

VEICEA CE A
and FUR' -* ,
Randolph
Scott
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This is the funny stuff j
Movies a. 'made of...


STONE'S St. Joe's Store of Quality


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RAY CANTON COLLEEN MILLER
." MERRY ANDERS WILUS BOUCHEY
-^ A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE


SUNDAY, MONDAY
A P.-&_,.._i ii_^n


TUESDAY


For That Christmas Tie

WEMBLEY TIES

$1.50-$2.00- $2.50
MATCHED TIE and SOCK SET

$2.95

MATCHED TIE, HANK, and
TIE PIN SET


AR, N BENILEI TOAI I HAICHiE4 LJ [ERICSON,
PEGGY KNUDSEN MARTIN BENSON NAT "KING"COLEj
A UNIVERSAL INTERNATIOAL PICUt F


$2.99 and $3.99 $2.50
Reg. $4.00 and $5.00


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Laurel Aristdcrat
FRUIT CAKE


S' OCEAN SPRAY
p Cranberry
Sauce
A Can 3 19C


FREE 1958 CHEVROLET
You Do rot Have To Be Present To Win
Just Register At Your IGA Foodline |j
Car Purchased From Thursbay Chevrolet
To Be Given Away March 1


PRICES GOOD THRU FRUIT CAKE
DECEMBER 24 5 LBS


Turkeys
Quick Frozen Grade "A"
U. S. Gov't. Inspected Broad Breasted Oven
Ready 14 to 20 Lb. Average TOMS
HENS
11 to 14 Lb.
Average

47c
INDIAN PASS OYSTERS pt. 89c


Borden's or Sealtest
EGG NOG
Non-Alcoholic Qt.



Green Spruce
XMAS TREES
From 2 to 10 Feet
Metal Christmas Tree
Stands $1.49


Sunnyland Tender Sugar Cured
Butt Portion i


LB.


IGA Extra Lean Ground Fresh Daily

Ground BEEF
Corn Fed Fresh Pork Half or Whole

HAM S


Shank Portion


LB.


3
LBS.


45c


$1.00


55c


FROZEN FOODS
MeKenzies
BABY LIMAS
BUTTER BEANS
BROCCOLI
Your Choice Mix 'em up

3 P.59c


DAIRY
Puffin or Bisquick


DEPARTMENT
Canned


BISCUITS


Sungold
OLEO


4
FOR


2
LBS.


Pillsbury Caramel Nut
NUT ROLLS


49c

39a

39c


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SUNSHINE -- Lb. Box
Hi-Ho Criakers


LB.


37c


NABISCO -- Lb. Box
Ritz Crackers


- r.-,- - -.- -


Ga. Grade 'A' Dressed and Drawn Large 4 to 7 Lb. Average


Baking HENS
GA. GRADE 'A FRESH CHOICE


Fryer Parts
IGA Table-Rite Sugar Cured Sliced Lb.
BACON 55c
Center Slices
Cured HAM


LB.


391


" Breast and Legs lb. 4
WINGS lb. 29c -49
Backs 2 Ibs. 35c
Lake Talquin Bag or Bulk Lb.
SAUSAGE 39c


LB.


89c


WE WILL BE
CLOSED
Wednesday and Thursday
Dec. 25,26
Ocean Spray FRESH
CRANBERRIES
Lb. 25c


Large Washington State Fancy Delicious


es


LARGE VARIETY of CHRISTMAS CANDIES


Diamond Brand -- ENGLISH
ALNUTS


Medium
LB.


53 Large
53c LB.


New Crop Georgia Lb. Package
PECANS lb.43c MIXED NUTS
Large Kernel Lb. Package
BRAZIL NUTS 1b. 39c ALMONDS


55c

51c

41c


Large Crisp

Celery Stalks 2
California Red

Grapes LBS. 2
U. S. No. 1 IRISH


Large Firm Head

!9c LTTFUCE
L5. L1 I vE


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2 LBS.


89C


I I Laurel Aritorat


2
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29c


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Loren S. Loomis Employed As *S cout "Tt *,~ e ror e**C'oi First Baptist WMS Mrs. Ricketson Hiostes
1947 and for the past 4Y years he Has Business Meeting To WSCS Circle Monday
Executive for Gulf Coast Council i 1 r
the Indian Trails Council at Tulsa, The WMS of the First Baptist Circle 3 of the WSCS met in the
.Oldahola, where he has done an Church met Monday, December 9 home of Mrs. J. T. Ricketson at
Loren S. Loomis of Tulsa, Okla. cil President. Loomis will succeed ,uladn, J,,b. for its regular. monthly business 3 p.m. with Mrs. Norton Kilbourn,
homa was named Scout Executive Joe L. Ballenger who recently .re- f, ,,arri,-d Phillips University meeting. After a responsive read- chairman, presiding. "
of the Gulf Coast Council, Boy signed, fefective December 31. at Enid, Oklahoma and received his ing, Mrs. Margaret Nichols led in The devotional was presented by
Scouts of America, by the Council Loomti comes to the Gulf Coast B.S. and M.A. degrees from the prayer. The group then sang, "Lead Mrs. Chauncey Costin. The subject
Executive Board at their regular Council with a rich background of University of Michigan. On 0 King Eternal". The roll was of the program for the afternoon
monthly meeting in Ft. Walton Scouting experience. He did his Loomis served in World War II called with 15 members present. was reports from the foreign fields,
Beach, Monday nIght, December 9, Scouting as a boy in End, Oklaho- as a bomber pilot. He was recalled Thes o te utes of the previous particularly the four areas where
according- ,t an announcement ma where he received the coveted to active duty in the Korean War meeting was read and treasurer's the hour of decision is upon the
made by Marion L. Bergman, Coun- Eagle, Award. He entered Profess- and now holds a commission as report was given and approved. Re- t ur of et A s
I Captain in the U.S. Air Force Re-ports from various chairmen were Kohurhea, nameand Belgian Congo
serve. At the present time two of heard. Mrs. L. W. Cox, president, A m o elga s
.YOU Are Cordially Invited To Attend his brothers are serving in impor- invited the WMS to the home of As membrs of the circle gave sum-
tant posts at the Naval Air Sta- Mrs. Sara Smith where she andmaries, the areas were located or
Lon Avenue Baptist Church n s MS Sa m a world map.
Long Ave le Baptist Chu ch tionS, Pnsacola. t. Thomas A. Loo- Mrs.Smith would entertain at a T m
mis is careerr Opportunities Offi- Christmas party on December 16. The minutes were read and adopt
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor cer and Lt. Jg. Robert R. Loomis After the new business was dis- ed, and reports were made.
is Flight Instructor at Corry Field. cussed, Mrs. Mton Chafin dismis- The circle chairman, Mrs. W. D
SUNDAY S( "OOL g 9:45 a.m. Loomis is married and has three sd the group with prayer. Jones, announced the date of the
MORNIN ('~'1RSIIP 11:00 a.m. children, Stephen 11, Philip six, rummage sale, and also .plans foi
BAPTIST Th \ NINGUNION 6:45 p.m.and Dianna 2. He is an active in Pensacola. the .next study to b taken up. The
PEVENING T n[SHIP O 8:00 p.m. member of the Methodist Church
EVENIN SHIP 8:00 p.m. and has been active in Civic Club
PRAYl RSE1\ ICE (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m. work and.. Civic affairs. He is a
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street member of the American Camping
Association and has been active In ,
Oklahoma state Wildlife and Con-
VISITORS ALWAYS W WELCOME servation CommissioM ".
VIS IT RS ALWAY S W LC I When Loomis was in the Council
will,,.,_u ,__.. ....... for interview recently he said he
-- was deeply impressed, with the po-
a --i:. tential development of Scouting in
I the area and with the men he met. ,
BEXA A. RL MBN S R C B I I oHe will report to the Council on
BEAMA1N PLUMBING SERVICE JanuaryI and will make his home
1!(.; HUNTER CIRCLE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI-
Licensed Plumber CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
Can Handle Any Type Plumbing, Small or Large FLORIDA. AT LAW.
15 Years ExperiencI.W. DUREN, )Electric
15 )ears Experience Plaintiff, ) Electric
ALL WORK GUARANTEED FREE ESTIMATES Va. ) Ele Ct
CHITTY'S DRY GOODS) Clothes
S& GROCERY STORE,) Coffee
PHONE BAI 7-2541 At Anytime INC., a corporation ex-) Corn Pc
isting under the laws of) Dishwc
Florida, )
-Defendant. ) Food N
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Garbage
-OF MERCHANDISE Hair Dr
Notice is hereby given that un-
FOR RENT 2-Bedroom der and by virtue of a Writ of Ex-
ecution on a Final Judgment issued
UNFLiURNISHI D H USE out of the Circuit Court of the
UNFrURNI H E U USE Fourteenth Judicial Circuit in and
for Gulf County, Florida, in the1
On St. Joe Beach above entitled case, I have levied
upon and will sell at public auction
.....- ......------ to the highest bidder for cash, at
the front door of the buildign situa-
C W ALTER Dted at 402 Avenue F, Port St. Joe,
l ER DURENFlorida, said -building being situat-
_- ed on Lot One (1) in 3lock One
7-3171 7-5511 Thousand Eight (1008) of the City
______ of Port St. Joe, Gulf County, Flor-
ida, on Monday, December 30, 1957,
Between the hours of eleven o'clock
an Refi e t R A. M. and two o'clock P.M., E.S.T., (.
"Furniture Repaired and Refinished the Right Way" a sufficient quantity of the fdllow-
ing described property to satisfy
the final judgment in the above
"'T ER E B NG SHOP"styled case in the amount of Two
T E, RRIS HN SHOP Hundred Twenty-five Dollar a
($225.00), the'cost assessed therein
MEXICO BEACH WAREHOUSE in the amount of Thirty-three Dol-
lars and Thirty cents ($33.30) and
the cost of said execution sale, to-
Panama City, Fla. Mexico Beach Station wicot of aid execution ale, to
That entire stock of hardware,
Free Estimates GEORGE W. PECK, Sr., Prop. building supplies, groceries, store
fixtures and merchandise locat-
15 Years Experience Work Guaranteed ed in that certain building situa-
ed on Lot One (1), Blocir One
Thousand Eight (1008) in the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, be-
ing No. 402 Avenue F, Port St.
Joe, Gulf County, Florida consist-
Bouquet Funeral Wreaths Corsages Weddings ing of hardware, building sup- ..........
(Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere) plies, store fixtures, dry goods,
including clothing and wearing
ED'S ORCHIDLAND FLORIST apparel, groceries including can-
St. Joe's Largest and Finest ned goods staples and fancy gro-
ceries of all kinds and articles
226 Reid Ave. Dial BAll 7-8881 Nites & Sunday, 9-1351 of merchandise usually and gen-
erally found in a retail dry goods
-:-* -. ., and grocery store.
Anyone wishing to bid upon said The Bel Air 4-Door Sedan-brimming with bold new beautyl
,,---._ --,,,.a ,- ,- stock of merchandise may person-
ally examine same at the last men-
RADIATORS* REPAIRED and RECORED tioned address, No. 402 Avenue F,
CLEANED, FLUSHED shall commence at thehour of ee Come try the quickest combination
yen o'clock A. M., E. S. T. and
1 shall continue until same is corn-
STARTERS and GENERATORS plete.
REPAIRE D and EXCHASaid property has been levied
REPAIRED and EXCHANGED upon as the property of the defen- C T R
dant, Chitty's Dry Goods and Gro-
P ate s hcl eery Store, Inc., a Florida corpor-
ation to satisfy said execution.
rate Sh l SeviCe Dated this 25th day of Novem-
ber 1957. W ITH
B. E. PARKER,
Phone BAll 7-9291 223 Monument Ave. Sheriff of Gulf County, Fla.
BENJAMIN H. DICKENS 4t
____Attorney for Plaintiff. 11-28


n on the road.


R-THRUST

ITLU BOGLIDE


There's never been an engine-drive com-
bination like this one!
Chevrolet's Turbo-Thrust V8* introduces
a radical new slant on engine efficiency with
the combustion chambers located in the
block rather than in the head. Turboglide*
-the other half of the team-is the only
triple-turbine automatic drive in Chevy's


field. It takes you from a standstill through
cruising in a single sweep of motion. Har-
ness these triple turbines to a 250-h.p.
Turbo-Thrust V8-or the 280-h.p. Super
Turbo-Thrust*-and you step out instantly
in any speed range. Nothing else on the road

goes into action so quickly, so smoothly.
Your Chevrolet dealer has the combination!
*Optional at extra cost.


(
,.,' dChevrolet deaer display this famous remark See Your Local Authorized Chevrolet Dealer
i


Nothi ng Lk It Same High Trade-In
No Increase In Price


On EASY WASHERS and DRYERS
EASY TERMS


West Florida Gas Company


418 Reid Avenue


Port St. Joe, Florida


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THE STAA, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBdR 19, 1957

first meeting will' be held January to be sent to the mobile rural cen-
14 preceded by a luncheon, ter.
The children of the Monday af, The meeting was closed by the
ternoon classes will present their WSCS benediction.
Annual program, under the drhec- -
tion of Mrs. Shealey and Mrs. Sim-
mons. Gifts and cash donations are Star Want Ads Get Resnttp


EXPERT REPAIRS. 0
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RADIO and TELEVISION
CAR RADIOS REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT
Pick-Up and Delivery Service

Smith Radio & TV Repairs
Phone BAII 7-5591 Corner Reid and Third









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THE SIAR. Port 8t. Joe, Fa. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1957 i h L J View Dewey O'Neal of Panama City of Geneva, Ala.
npghiand View were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mr. and Mrs. J, L. s
PHONE BAII 7-4652 Weeks Sunday. children visited Mrs. Walson's par-
TE S T A R By MRS. EULA ROGERS M. and Mrs. Bud Williamson es11, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. ilollman
By MRS. ELA ROGERS and daughter Katherine left Fri- of Alford.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Burke and day for River Head, Long Island, Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Misi. ,\lrs..
daughter Glenda and Billy Skipper N. Y., to spend the holidays with Tilda Miims of P'anama ity, and
Pullh Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue. Port St. Joe, Florida t th ek d ensacola their daughter and son-in-law, Sgt. Mr. and Mr. Peavy o i
By The Star Publishing Company[spent the week end in Pensacola-I
By Th Star Publishing Company with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Skipper and Mrs. Wally Borden. land View visited in Moss I'oint,
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher and family. James Webb of Panama City Miss., and Pasagoula Miss.. ed-
Also Llnp Operator, Ad Man, FlBookkeepumnit, er, Proof Reader Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Skipper and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I-Iu- neday and Thursday ofl. week.
ONE YEAR. $300 SIX MONTHS $1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50 son Donnie of Panama City and .bert Cumbie Tuesday There will bo a comi'uni y
SUBSRHIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Mrs. J. L. Parker and son Lamar Mr. and Ms. Gene Adkmins visit- Christmas tree at the school,
Entered as aecoud-clasa matter, Dl ember 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe, spent the day Friday with Mr. and ed over the week end in Fort White trsda.y night, December 19 atl
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879. Mrs. G. W. Skipper in honor .f with his mother and family, Mr. S p.m. The sixth grade wil present
Mrs. Skipper's birthday., and Mrs. H. B. Williams. the program. Tlere will be fril,
TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers son
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hall sppnt the Mrs. Myrtle Kelley dnd son and caudy for every child. Tier
advertisement. week end in Eastpoint with Mr. t Frank visited her mother last week, will be boxes of groceries. 1)peared
weighed. The spoken word barely u.esert; the printed word thoroughly convinces. aek ed Eastpo Mr. W Walker of High Springs ll churches f tre ic nit
The spoken word is lot; the printed word remains. Hall'rs parents, Mr. and-Mrs. Jim Mrs. W. W. Walker of High Springs by all churches of the, eomuniy
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully Hall. Mrs. A. B. Peters spent the week and the PTA for needy families.
Mrs. James Grissett spent last in Wewahitchka with friends and The public is cordially invited. All
Se o week in Columbus, Ga., with Mrs. relatives. parents are asked to come at 7:00
The Star BrillgS NeWS Of YOUr E Oghbors Pauline Jones and children. Mrs. 0. M. Chavers, Sr., of Colum- p.m. for a short PTA meeting.
.... -- ..- Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Miles visited bus, Ga., was visiting her son and -- ----
N = inGraceville Sunday with relatives family for the past Week, Mr. and
and friends. Mrs. 0. M. Chavers, Jr. Riar Ws~d A .
am Miss Sonjia Raffield is ill in the Mrs. Annie Paterson, and Mrs.
w ,A tr Municipal Hospital. All her friends Ruby Howard and children visi'e!l ..- -
wish her a speedy recovery. .thei1 son and brother, Mr. and Mr'. ..
W. F r 5 aB 1 1.. --. .. .. TTorace Paterson Wednesday after ...


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Tlte Highland View Baptist WMU
met at the church Monday evening
for their regular weekly meeting
with seven members present. Mrs,
Harbuck was in charge of the
meeting. The group sang, "Lead On
0 King Eternal" followed with a
prayer by Mrs. Mills. Rev. Mal,
colm Mills gave a Bible study ta-
ken from Matthew 5. The meeting
was dismissed by Mrs. W. W. Gar-
rett.


noon".
The Methodist Church Christmas,
program will be presented Friday
night, December 20 at 8 p.m. The
program, "What the Christmas Che-
rub Found". A Christmas pageant
under the direction of Mrs. A. B
Pratt and Miss Mary Coe. Ever/
body is invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cumbie a'-
tended a Christmas ball Saturday


Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Peterson. all night at the Gulf Coast Com-
and children spent Saturday in De- unity College, Panama City.
Funiak Spring's due to the illness Mrs. Chester Adams and Mrs.
of Mrs. Peterson's mother, Mrs. J. John Dady and sons visited Mrs.
J. Laird. 'Dady's mother and father over t'.e
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. O'Neal and week end, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis


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FIRESTONE HOME and AUTO SUPPLY STORE $25.00 REVLON DOLL
OR A SOUTHBEND SPINNING ROD and REEL

PIGGLY WIGGLY Super Market Wristwatch, Pen and Pencil Set and

Two Dolls


STONE'S SHOP for MEN------- -------$55.00 MAN'S SUIT

YOUR CHOICE

PRINCE and PRINCESS SHOP -- .. Boys, Girls or Infants OUTFIT


OLEN'S DEPARTMENT STORE ..--- BIG 8' STOCKING of TOYS

COSTIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE :---- COMPLETE LADIES' ENSEMBLE
VALUED AT $42.75

IGA FOODLINER ---- COMPLETE CHRISTMAS DINNER for FOUR

HALLMARK'S DEPARTMENT STORE SHOES for the ENTIRE FAMILY


ROCHE'S APPLIANCES ---------DOWN PMT. on ANY APPLIANCE
If the Winner Doesn't Need an Appliance, They May Give Their Down Payment to any Member of Their Immediate
Family.

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VALUED AT $269.00


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SAIl 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: Lot 60 by 150 ft. 1312
McClellan Ave. If interested see
Emory Stephens, 1308 McClellan
Ave. 2tp-12-19
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment.
S In Costin building, 114 Monu-
S a mnt Ave. $55.00 per month. Apply
.--..thtan118 Monument Ave. 3tp-12-5
S.. that an I
old remedy for Consumption FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment.
in Britain was to catch the 1208 Long Ave. See Mrs. L. H.
tops of waves and dump the Bartee or Mrs. Myrtle Childers. Stp
water on the head of the FOR RENT: One small two-bed-
patient? room cottage. Beacon Hill. See
patient Bill Carr at St. Joe Hardware.
We today are indeed fortu- FOR RENT: One anh two bedroom
nate to receive the benefits attractively furnished apartments
of modern medicine. You'll Cool in summer, warm in winter.
find the very latest drugs Gas heat, window fans. They have
available for prescriptions at o be seen to be appreciated. Wim-
ico Lodge, White City, Phone 9-4083.
tfc-11-21
S ea FOR RENT: Unfurnished duplex
apartment. On Palm Blvd. See
BuOeSt s Drug Store Silas R. Stone.
te sT o ugw FL. t FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house on
PORT ST. JOE, FLA. Woodward Ave. See Ben H.
Dickens at 107 Second Stre t or
* O $ @ O'( s!4ta4 phone 7-2281. tfe-11-28
uF IS FOR RENT: House on Third St.
CLASSIFIED ADS Unfurnished. Phone 7-7736. 515
Third St., W. B. Ferrell. tfc-11-21
FOR SALE: 6-inch Craftsman joint- FOR RENT: 4-room house facing
er wtih 3-4 horse motor and Elementary School. 2 bedrooms.
bench. Excellent condition. See For information call Mrs. Nora Du-
Wade Barrier. tfc-12-5 ren, 7-5471.
FOR SALE: Penney's Ponch Apart- LOST: If anyone in or around St.
ments, St. Joe Beach. Port St. Joe have found a light blue para-
Joe. keet please call BAll 7-2991 or BAll
FOR SALE: Beach lots. eason- 9-1826. Says "Hello Butch". Reward
able. Apply at this agency. offered. ltp
FOR SALE: House and lot at I
White City on Highway 7t. FOR RENT: One bedroom furnish-
E. TOM PRIDGEON ed upstairs apartment. 1505 Mon-
Real Estate & Insurance ument Ave. Phone 7-5771. ltc


'Regularly $5.00 and up


10% Off


GOOD SELECTION of GIFT ITEMS
For Ladies, Men, Boys and Girls

REMEMBER DAD or BROTHER with a

BROWNING AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN


WAestern Auto


ASSOCIATE STORE


219 Reid Avenue


Phone 7-5251


C. W. LONG, Owner


Advertisement

From where I'm sittin'... y Joe Marsh


Personal Treasures


Had some young folk visit last
weekend. Nice tidy kids. '1'h:y's
talking about modern iiviig and
all and started clearing out the
shed. They piled all kinds of
box es and things cut to be
hauled to the dump. They were
surprised when I put a lot of it
bac.: in the shad and told 'em I
just wanted to keep it. They
tried to explain that it was no
good to me and I shouldn't be
so durned old-fashioned.
From here. I'm sittip.', it's
awful easy for wyome people to
get carried away with other peo-


pie's affairs. Take another thing
for example, I like a glass of
ale or beer in the evening. I get
a lot of pleasure out of it be-
cause I like the flavor. Now it's
hard for me to see why people
want to come 'roun an' throw
my stuff out of the shed, but it's
a lot harder to see why other
people want to stop me from en-
joyin' my evening refreshment.


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Copyright, 1957 United States Brewers Foundation


LOST; Pennh eel and rod between
Money Bayou and Port St. Joe.
Saturday afternoon. Will person
finding it please call Mrs. J. A.
Garrett, BAll 7-5811. 2tp
ELECTRIC IRONS REPAIRED'
Expert repairs on all types irons.
Red's Shoe Shop. tfc
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.50
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
WANTED: Any news of interest to
your neighb fofor the Panama
City News and Herald. Call Mis.
Benion Hamm at 9-1876. tfc-9-I2
b-ECIAL SERVICES
-OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors re,
aired, also.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Bufoyd Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfc-5-2
AqADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
WAP.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
PANA-CRAFT BOATS
and E-Z TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
in'g money see us for anything
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
Friday, 7:30 p.m. In Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren Invited.
C. W. LONG, N. G.
J. C. PRICE, Secty.
THERE WILL BE a regular corn
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M.
ROY L. BURCH, Secty.
All Master Masons cordially Invited
WILLIS V. ROWA, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
300 p.m., American Legion Home
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
-St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddie,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
SPECIAL WATCH SALE
Reconditioned Guaranteed
YOUR CHOICE'$7.95
25% cash discount on new move-
ments. Fine Watch Repairing.
PARKER'S JEWELRY
.Next to Creech's Laundry
Port St. Joe, Fla. 3tp-11-21


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA, AT LAW.
H. V. KELL CO. )
Plaintiff, )
vs. )
CHITTY'SS DRY GOODS, )
& GROCERY CO., INC. )
a corporation existing under)
the laws of Florida, )
Defendant. )
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
OF MERCHANDISE
Notice is hereby given that un-
der and by virtue of a Writ of Ex-
ecution on a Final Judgment issued
out of the Circuit Court of the
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit in and
for Gulf County, Florida, in the
above entitled case, I have levied
upon and will sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash, at
the front door of the building situa-
ted at 402 Avenue F, Port St. Joe,
Florida, said building being situat-
ed on Lot One (1) in Block One
Thousand Eight (1008) of the City
of Port St. Joe, Gulf County, Flor-
ida, on Monday December 30, 1957,
between the hours of eleven o'clock
A. M. and two o'clock P. M. E.S.T.,
a sufficient quantity of the follow-
ing described property to satisfy
the final judgment in the above
styled case in the amount of Eight
Hundred Ninety-five Dollars and
Seventy-four cents ($895.74), the
cost assessed therein in the amount
of' Ten Dollars ($10.00) and the
cost of said execution sale, to-wit:
That entire stock of hardware,
building supplies, groceries, store
fixtures and merchandise locat-
ed in that certain building situa-
ted on Lot One (1), Block One
Thousand Eight (1008) in the
City of Port S.t Joe, Florida, be-
ing No. 402 Avenue F, Port St.
Joe, Gulf County, Florida consist-
ing of hardware, building sup-
plies, store 'fixtures, dry goods,
including clothing and wearing
apparel, groceries including can-
ned goods, staples and fancy gro-
ceries of all kinds and articles
of merchandise usually and gen-
erally found in a retail dry goods
and grocery store.
Anyone wishing to bid upon said
stock of merchandise may person-
ally examine same at the last men-
tioned address, No. 402 Avenue F
Port St. Joe, Florida. Said sale
shall commence at the hour of ele-
ven o'clock A. M., E. S. T.- and
shall continue until same is com-
plete.
Said property has been levied
upon as the property of -s.- defen
dant, Chitty's Dry Goods iad Gro-
cery Co., Inc., a'Florida corporation
to satisfy said execution.
Dated this 4th day of D0cember
1957.
B. E. PARKER
Sheriff of Gulf Couany, Fla.
SILAS R. STONE 4t
Attorney for Plaintiff. 12-5


Sa Guests of Dockerys
TB Research Guests of the W. P. Dockery fam-
ily Monday was Mrs. Dockery's mo-
Grant Is Given their, Mrs. C. B. Cook and her sis-
ter, Mrs. W. B. Howard both of

To Miami Man Carrabelle.

A medical research grant given Help F'ght TB
by the Florida Tuberculosis and Help F g TB
Health Association and its affili- '
ated county associations to Alexan- 0
der Kimler, Ph.D., of the University 0
of Miami School of Medicine, will
be used to try to find new and RIST EETIN
better drugs to fight tuberculosis. B Christma Sals
Part of these funds were contri- uy Christmas Seals
buted by the Gulf County Tubercu- ,
losis and Health Association. The
Gulf County Association contribut-. -
ed $500.00 last year to the research t
fund and will contribute a like
amount this year and next. The
local funds are derived from the
sale of Christmas Seals.
Dr. Kimler, who is Instructor,
department of bacteriology, Uni-
versity of Miami medical school, Buy Gifts for the Whole
will study a group of several drugs Gifts for the Whole
to determine their effect on the Many Values Offered D
tuberculosis organism.
"The chemicals to be tested", he-
said, "are a group of compounds
which are similar to Vitamin K, a
vital link in the complex chemical
reactions which take place during
blood-clotting. Several of the chem-
icals are known to slow down, or
stop, the growth of the tubercle '
bacillus in the test tube. Strange-- .
ly, close chemical cousins of this
group of drugs are produced in 'M
minute quantities by the tubercu- .
losis organism itself when grow- .
ing in pure culture."
Dr. Kimler will study these rela- < "
tionships in a series of experiments | 7 "
designed to clarify the growth pro- ,
cesses of the tubercle bacillus. He .
hopes eventually to find a better
drug with which to fight tuberculo- =Ja<' %
sis. ,-
The money for this grant was
made possible by Floridians who -- "
bought Christmas Seals. *
Dr. R. C. Garby of St. Peters-
burg, oha'rman of the FTHA's Me-
dical and Social Research Commit-
tee, said this project was studied
and approved by members of this
committee and by the American
Trudeau Society, medical section
of the National Tuberculosis Asso-
ciation.
"It is one of many ways," Dr. HC3 T
Garby said, "in which your Christ- S T
mas Seal contributions helps to fur-
ther the battle against tuberculo- a
sis." at a pr e yo

Key Clubbers Attend (dealer enter woods
Miami Convention You'll see advanced, mod
AA--- Mdecorator shops .. and a
By JIMMY ADAMS made a lucky buy, so co
Last Thursday through Saturday, modest price. There's mo
four Key Clubbers from Port St. beauty, it's as nice inside
Joe attended the 20th annual Flor- beautifully finished. The
ida District Key Cluv Convention dt-roofed, of course, a t
held at Miami Beach. Those attend- o ing panels on th
ing were Oharles Boyer, Jimmy Ad- go fast at this low price.es yo
ams, Jackie Griffin, Bill Mazorol go ast at ths W p
and the sponsor, Harry Herrington.
The convention was held at the
Roney Plaza Hotel in Miami Beach.
The purpose of the convention was
to elect new state officers and
lbarn more about Key Clubbing.
The boys greatly enjoyed the con-
vention and expressed their thanks
to their sponsors, the Port St. Joe
Kiwanis Club for helping them to
meet the expenses of the trip. te^
It might be added that out of the
five clubs in Division 2, Panama V
City, Marianna, Port St. Joe, Chip-
ley and Cottondale, Port St. Joe
had four of the seven boys attend-
ing from the district.
Ii paus to adivertise try it?







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tHE StAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1957




COMING


CHURCH ATTENDANCE CRUSADE

January 5 Thru Easter


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
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Family That Will Last For Years. Come in and See the
luring Our Christmas Sale.


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ern designs like this in fancy
it fancy prices, too but we
)me on in and get yours at a
re to this bedroom than mere
as out because the interiors are
re are cedar-bottom drawers,
tilting mirror to help you dress
e bookcase bed. Don't count
I're willing to hurry in, they'll


3 Pieces Only


Reg. $269.95


ROOM FURNITURE
:d in beautiful nylon freize, cushions in foam rubber. Styled to
immediately available in turquoise brown and beige.


TWO PIECES
REG. $289.95$259 95
NOW ONLY


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Electrical Repairs
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Christmas Stocking
Reg. $1.95
Large

CLOWN DOLL


GIFT SUGGESTIONS
WESTINGHOUSE SMALL APPLIANCES
SUNBEAM MIXERS
TABLE LAMPS, All Sizes
LANE CEDAR CHESTS
ELECTRIC BLANKETS
ZENITH TELEVISION SETS


Reg. $1.95


$1.00


DIVIDEND ANNOUNCEMENT

UNITED ACCUMULATIVE FUND SHARES
18th CONSECUTIVE ANNUAL DIVIDEND -

The Board of Directors of United Funds, Inc., on De-
cember 9, 1957, declared a dividend of $0.36 per share
from securities profits on United ACCUMULATIVE
Fund Shares, payable December 20, 1957, to sharehold-
ers of record at close of business (4:00 p.m. Central
Standard Time) on Monday, December 16, 1957.
As is customary at the close of business on the record
date, the prices of the shares will be reduced by the
amount of such payments. Purchasers who acquire
shares prior to the record date will receive the pay-
ments and will be subject to income tax thereon.
Sincerely yours,
CAMERON K. REED
President

RUTH C. SOULE, Representative
206 Ninth Street Port St. Joe, Florida


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