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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: January 23, 1958
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"

TWENTY-FIRST YEAR -JORT ST, JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1958 SINGLE COPY 80 NUMBER 17
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295 MILE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM-The above map
shows the 295-mile microwave relay and tropospheric scatter
communications system to be built for the Air Force Eglin


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Test Range along the Gulf of Mexico. Insert shows how radio
signals are transmitted over the horizon by reflecting the
signals off the earth's troposphere. (Democrat Photo)


Air Force To Build Huge Antenna At


Cape San Blas For Missi e Tracking

(From The Tallahassee Democrat) --" &
The U. S. Air Force this week announced plans to construct a $2 E IT G A L
million communications system between Eglin Air Force Base and
Tampa.
Construction will include a pair of 60-feet tropospheric antennas We believe that the County Secondary Road Fund program
to be constructed on Cape San Blas, just South of Port St. Joe. Other which is being groomed for a million dollar bond issue for the
antennas will be erected at Anclote Point, 25 miles north of Tampa. "betterment" of the County has gone far enough,
The system will be used for the transmission of timing, tele- The County was offered the idea of proposing the big bond
metering, radar data and voice signal information along the Eglin .
Gulf test range. Completion is expected In 18 months. The Philco Cor- issue against Secondary Road Fund revenues for the purpose of
portion's government and industrial division has the contract for the paving streets ir, the cities and communities in the County-where
work. the majority of County traffic is, outside of the national highways.
The towers near Port St. Joe and Tampa will be used to trans- The Commissioners have mulled over this proposal and twisted,
mit radio signals over the horizon and the 180 miles of water. They and reshaped it so that it now has no semblance of its former
reflect radio signals off the earth's troposphere.
The four-frequency microwave system will carry over 100 voice purpose
channels but can be expanded to 240 channels, Philco officials said. The Commission now has designs on putting $230,000 of
this money on the completion of the Bay City Road; $394,000 on
Church Attendance Fla. Power Sponsoring a road over the Dead Lakes Dam and running a road up to the
Calhoun County line. along with other expenditures to put a
Still Climbing Cake Baking Contest road across the Dead Lakes dam. These things may be fine.

OAK GROVE ASSEMBLY The annual orange cake baking They will bring fishermen and hunters down from Alabama and
Children's Church --- -- 25 contest is sponsored by Florida Georgia by the droves to use this new, shorter road and by-pass
'Sunday School 167 Power Corporation for the home- Wewahitchka to sample the wares of the Dead Lakes. In the
Worship Services ----------......... 293 makers in its service area. A series meantime the citizens of the county are to continue dodging cra-


175,00


Sharks Chalk Up

Three More Wins

,Port St. Joe is still the winning-
est team in the area with three
more victories to their credit over
the week end against Blountstown,
Chipley and Wewahitchka.
Last Friday night the Sharks in-
vaded Cafhoun County to take the
Blountstown Tigers to the clean-
.ers. The sharpshooting of Terry Hi-
note and Wayne Taylor brought in
38 of the Sharks 5-5 points. Hinote
was high man with 22; Taylor with
16.
At the half time Port St. Joe had
the Tigers at bay, 36-11. The Shark
reserves took over the last part of
the game and held their own.
The Junior Varsity took their
game behind the nine point scor-
ing of Presnell.
The Port St. Joe Sharks shelled
Chipley here Saturday night 71-36
to take another conference cage
win.
The Sharks hit for 51 per cent of
their shots from the floor, and
Wayne Taylor and Terry Hinote
controlled the backboards on the
rebounds.
Four of the Port St. Joe starters
-broke into the double column, pac-
ed by Hinote's 18 markers.
The Sharks scored more points
in the first period than Chipl4y did
in the first half, then coasted in.
Tuesday night the Sharks were
hosts to our neighbors to the North

-Wewahitchkoa. The Sharks sank
50 per cent of their baskets to drub
their former conquerors 62-36. Ter-
ry Hinote was the man of the hour
with 26 points to his credit. Wayne
Taylor was second with 13. Taylor
led the rebound department with 18.
At no time were the Sharks in
trouble and were behind only once
in the first period for a brief few
.seconds. The score at half time was
30-20.


The Sharks record now stands at
10 wins and one loss.
In play for the coming week the
(Sharks will go to' Marianna Friday
night and to Apalachicola next
Tuesday night.
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HIGH SCHOOL PTA
TO MEET TONIGHT


The High School PTA will meet
tonight at 8 p.m. at the High
School Auditorium. All members
are urged to attend.


City Presented Wit

For N. Fatalities B

Port St. Joe received a distinct
J. L. Sharit was presented with a c
Patrol of the State of Florida. The
of the Cityv of Port St. Joe going the


Hospital Issue


Leedy, Wheeler and Alleman, Ir

Are Successful Bidders On Issu

The City of Port St. Joe successfully borrowed $
in a special meeting Tuesday afternoon at the city hall'
sold the $175,000.00 Hospital Bond Issue to the Leedy
and Alleman, Inc., investment company of Tallahassee
terest rate was 4% percent through 1962 at which time t]
will be hiked to 4% per cent until all the bonds are retire
The Tuesday hearing
SA d second for the Hospit
Florida Power Adds Bond Issue. The first
November when the Cit
Five More To sion turned down an off
C. Ewing and Co., of Jo
ot t ff The Ewing bid discount
Port St. Joe Staf sue to $169,851 and bid tc
per cent interest.
The recent growth of Port St. The successful bidd
Joe and the Port St. Joe district Wheeler and Alleman, I
of the Florida Power Corporation lahassee, discounted th
service system has induced the sue to a net of $169,814
utility to add a meter reader and their interest rate at 4
a full time four-man line crew to until 1962. At this time t
its force here according to R. G. rate will go up to 4% pe
Porter, District Manager. An addi- bonds will be repaid seo
tion of this line crew will improve The payments will begli
the service rendered by the cornm- a year and climb to $16
pany and in the event of an emer- interest declines.
l-An pr will o noidf fa te realr


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175,000.00
when they
, Wheeler
. The in-
he interest
ed in 1972.
g was the
al addition
was held in
ty Commis-
er by Allen
acksonville.
ited the is-
o charge six

er, Leedy,
nc., of Tal-
.e bond is-
.75 and set
4% percent
the interest
or cent. The
mi-annually.
n at $8,000
,000 as the


"'wi" o 'ici, u a r repair The not cost to the city on an
service. average considering the interest
Previously any emergency requir- and discounts will be 5.05005 per
ing major line work was handled
Ing major line work was handled cent or $73,797.50 for the use of
by a crew from Apalachicola. The the money.
the money.
line crew will consist of a working
foreman, a line-man, a ground-man One other bid was received on
and truck driver helper. the bond issue from Pierce, Carri-
son, Wulbern, Inc. Their interest
rate was set at 5.25 per cent and
Burglar Attempts a discount of 4,995.00 on the $17.-
000. This bid would have cost the
Two Break-inscity $87,105 for the use of the bond
TwoB -is money.
A burglar, undoubtedly male, and The bond issue will be repaid
in need of clothing, n :de a su.ccess- with money received fr ,n the cig-
ful and unsuccessful attempt at arette tax. 60 per cent of the city
breaking and entering in Port St. utility tax has been pledged on the
Joe Tuesday night of last week. issue beginning in 1968. At present
The successful netry was made this source of revenue is pledged
at Pylant's Store for Men and to repayment of bonds floated to
Boys where they took about $12.00 build the city hall. The city hall
from the cash register. will be paid for in 1968 and the
The unsuccessful entry was made money will go toward the Hospital
made at Stone's Shop for Men. At Bond Issue.
Stone's, the burglars tried to pry I The Commission is now n the
open the back door. Chief of Po- process of approving a plan for ad-
lice H. W. Griffin said that the edition to the facility.
burglars had almost pried the door
open when apparently they were Re D Smith I
frightened off. Griffin said that a V. D. 3m h
crow bar had been used on the door
which was locked with a bar on Rotary Speaker
the inside. The thief or thieves had
almost pried the bracket holding the Rev. C. Byron Smith took a talk
door bar off the wall when appar- from the writings of Solomon as
ently they were frightened off. from the writings of Solomon as
a political leader and businessman
to address the Rotary Club last
h Safety Awar Smith declared that a large bud-
S get and arms alone will' not save
y Hihway Patrl the nation. He declared that right-
v usness and the following of God
etighthasmade the nation great just as
ct honor Tuesday night when Mayor it did Solomon's empire. "Right-
ertificate of safety by the Highway eI ns an th f emirea ig t
certificate was given in observance eousne and the fair dealings with
our neighbors Is our secret weapon
entire year of 1966 without a single f ......,,, vi. qnfhtpp ^d


HIGHLAND VIEW BAPTIST of local contests will be held in ters in the city streets, traffic fatality. The presentation was made by Lt. 0. L. McArthur of Rev. Smith dealt on the fact
Sunday School 104 Apalachicola, Carrabelle, Lanark, The road will have no affect on the sportsman population the Florida Highway Patrol. that many people try to put the
Training Union 58 Earmne l oal winnerst. becoming to Wewahitchka annually to fish. The fishermen came harit received the award on be- worldly things of life in first place
Worship Services ------ 192oo winners, here even before roads were ut into Wewahitchka be- Thalf of the citizens of Port St. Joe. a vain attempt to reali
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The company is divided into dis- here even beforepaved roads wer e put into Wewahitchka be- O Prior to the making of the award, In a t. tt mp e st hat life
PRESBYTE RIAN CHURCH 69 tracts which together form six di- cause they could catch fish in the Dead Lakes. A dam to hold sti Safety Officer Frank Eskridge gave most out of life. He said that life
Worshipunday Serviceshoo9 visions to compete for state chain- the water and fish management in the Lakes will accomplish their Kiwanis ub the assembled Lions Club and their by righteous living and the aiding

Youth Fellowship --------- 1- pionship n St. Petersburg Beach, purpose without throwing away money the County needs else- Kiwanisguests a talk on the "why" oflof one's neighbors. "The increased
FRST METHODIST on March 20 Each participant will where, to build a road through the swamp. Port St. Joe winning this award, movement of hristianity in a na-
S yRST METHODIST receive a gift and winners will re- Cecil G. Costin, Jr., spoke to the He listed the five most common tion is worth any amount of sp t-
Sunday School 184 ceive nice prizes, As for the Bay City Road, the construction so far has been Kiwanis Club Tuesday on the work- causes of accidents, foremost of tion is worth declared ny amount the club.
Youth Fellowship ..-..--- ---. 43 All homemakers are eligible to with federal funds the county gets annually that is restricted to wings of the Citizens Federal Savings which was following too close. Esk- nikests f mithe club wer John
Worship Services --.....--------......306 enter in local contest. Cake mixes use. We say let the County continue using these restricted fed- and Loan Association. He dwelt ridge said that Port St. Joe's award Tanner of Carrolton, Ga.; Wade
Highland View Methodist (commercially prepared or home, oral funds for this use. mostly on the Association's differ-was a direct result of the city's Sellers, Pensacola; Tom Daniells,
Worship Services ------- 28 processed goods will not be accept- Now to Port St. Joe and vicinity -- if our addition is cor- ence to banks. "The Federal Say- enforcement of the road laws in Panama City and Richard McIn-
Sunday Sohool 19 ed.) The cake must be layer type ings and Loan", said Costin, "is the Oity limits for the past two t o
Mexico Beach Methodist and include orange in the cake, fill- rect, Port St. Joe and vicinity will wind up getting a whopping big ing and by the investors with each years Eskridge cty limited manfor the pastan tosh of Port St. Joe.
Worship Services 38 ing or frosting. 10 per cent of the proposed bond issue under the present plans person having savings in the insti- ces of fatal accidents where com-
,Sunday School 23 The Port St. Joe orange cake for roads to be paved. According to the Commission, the State tution or those owing mortgages placency at the wheel played the Stone To Head
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH contest will be held on February 6, Road Department has said the type of road to be surfaced has having votes in its operation. The leading role. He declared that safe S
Sunday School 257 Thursday, at 3:00 p.m. in the Flor- to meet certain specifications before it can be surfaced with See- Association is operated by a board driving habits and their enforce- D Is tri
Training Union 123 ida Power Corporation home ser- ondary Funds This is hogwash w sa The Seconda Road of directors which is elected by the ment will do away with compla- t Wyer
Worship Services ------------------- 435 vice center. Adjudgment will be 'onday undsry investors. ceny at the wheel and will cut. ---
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST rendered by three capable judges. Fund law is written into the Constitution and says, "the (Second- Costin said that the local As- accidents to a bare minimum. Local attorney Silas R. Stone was
Sunday School 177 For additional information, con- ary Road Funds) funds shall be spent upon the wishes of the sociation has grown from a capital Mayor Sharit accepted the cer- named president of the 14th Judi-
Training Union 77 tact Mrs. S. Patrenos, Home Ser- County Commission." The County Board refers back to a piece of $200,000.00 to $601,000.00 in a tificate on behalf of Port St. Joe cial Circuit Bar Association at a
Worship Services ...........-....-... 279 vice adviser, Florida Power office. of legislation limiting roads to be paved under Secondary Roads year. Of this $375,200 has been loan- and renewed his pledge to do all meeting of the Association held in
WHITE CITY BAPTIST 7 6 ---- to those performing specific services. No act of the legislature ed for residential and business con- in his power to see that the driving Marlanna Saturday.
Sunday School nin Notices Being Sent For can suercede te ws written i the Constitution struction and repairs in the Port laws in Port St. Joe will be en- Other officers named were Clyde
Training Union 43, DianElec supecede las written in theConstitution. St. Joe area. This has built 80 forced. Brown, Bonifay, vice-president and
Worship Services ................----.. 128 C of C Dinner-Election In the light of this, we say the Commission CAN designate homes, he said. The Association Guests of the Lions Club at the Ben H. Dickens, secretary, Port St.
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL Members of the Port St. Joe all the streets in Port St. Joe, Wewahitchka and other communities operates in a 50 mile radius, presentation were Clyde White, Hu- Joe.
Holy Communion 12 Chamber- of Commerce will receive in the Coutntv to be paved and the SRD will have to go along. Guests of the club Tuesday were land Mitchell, Bob Ellzey, L. S. The Association is composed of
Church School 26 notice cards in the mail within The County will have plenty of money to play politics Key Clubbers Wayne Taylor, Ed- Bissett, Wesley R. Ramsey, H. W. attorneys in Gulf, Calhoun, Jack-
Young Churchmend Sermon ... 80 21 theual dinnext few days calling the an- ith thd be ward Smith and Jackie Mitchell and Griffin and Travis Aplin of Port 'son, Bay, Holmes and Washington
Morning Prayer and Sermon.... 80, nual dinner meeting-election. Mem- w e year as propose bond issue will use only about James C. Finney of Kokomo, Ind.,* St. Joe and John Fain of Fort Wal- Counties, which makes up the 14th
ZION FAIR BAPTIST bers are urged to sign the cards one-half of the Countyv's income. We want good streets to ride and A. T. Daffin of Marianna. ton Beach and Billy Gibson, Lion Judicial Circuit.
'Sunday School 84 'and return them promptly so that on where we do our riding -- and we believe every other citi- .Zone Chairman of Fort Walton
BYIPU 6,dinner plans can be made. ben in the county does too. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Beach. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


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Marriage of Miss Carol Graetz and R. L.

Fortner, Ill Solemnized In Avon Park

Miss Carol Graetz became the Mrs. John Garber, vocalist.
bride of Richard'Louis Fortner, III The bride was given in marriage
in a candlelight ceremony in Un- by her uncle, Frank Gilmore of Kan-
ion Congregational Church in Avon sas City, Mo. Sh ewore an ivory sa-
Park, Sunday, January 12 at 7 p.m tin brocaded gown of ballerina
The impressive double ring cer length with a nylon tulle overskirt.
mony was performed by Rev. Her- She carried a white Bible covered
bert D. Graetz, father of the bride. with lace and seed pearls, and a
White gladioli and chrysanthemum, white orchid.
and profuse potted palm were used Mrs. Harold Greenway, matron of
to decorate the church. honor, wore a blue gown of taffeta
Music was presented before the and net. Miss Marilyn Graetz, maid
service by Mrs. Edna Jackson and of honor, and sister of the bride,


wore an identical dress and both
carried blue flowers.
Bridesmaids. Miss Merribell Mar-
tin of Tallahassee and Mrs. Ed Hun-
ter of Cocoa, wore dresses of yellow
taffeta and net with yellow flow-
ers. The little flower girl, Kay
Green, wore yellow organza with an
embroidered design on the skirt.
and a headdress of tiny yellow
mums. The ring bearer was Rickey
Green.
Mrs. Graetz, mother of the bride
wore a sheath dress of blue satin
and Mrs. R. L. Fortner, mother of
the groom, wore a navy lace with
white accessories. Both wore orchid
corsages.
R. L. Fortner of Mexico Beach
served his son as best man. Ush-
ers were Charles Best and Harold
Greenway of Avon Park and Ed
Hunter of Cocoa.
Immediately following the cere-
Imony a reception was held in the
new Fellowship Hall of the Church
with an attendance of over 200.
The bride is the daughter of Rev.
and Mrs. Herbert D. Graetz of Avon
Park and the bridegroom the son
of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Fortnre of
Mexico Beach. She attended FSUI
one year and Richard completed
Lively Technical School in Talla-
hassee.
After a wedding trip the couple
will live in Panama City, where
both will attend Gulf Coast Com-
munity Junior College.

NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By JUANITA NORRIS

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dees and fam-
ily 'of. Cottondale visited with
friends and relatives Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Parker Brou-
ing and son of Tallahassee spent a
few days with the latter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Everitt McFarland.
Miss Minnie Ola Ray and Miss
Ada Norris left Tuesday for Ala-
bama where they will visit with
friends and relatives for a few days.
'Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Anderson
and family attended the wedding
of their son, Gene, Sunday.
Hubert and Lucile Stripling mo-
tored to Pensacola Friday on busi-
ness.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Cline of Pan-
ama City visited with the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Camp-
bell. .
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To The Voters of Gulf Co..

The registration forms are in the hands of the Deputy Supervisors of
Registration and will remain, through January the 30, 1958.
If you are not a registered voter and are eligible to register, please con-
tact the deputy in your precinct and register.
PRECINCT NO. 1 and 2 At Court House in Office of Supervisor of Reg.
PRECINCT NO. 3 At the home of Mrs. Walter Crutchfield
PRECINCT NO. 4 Mrs. Roland B. Hardy, At Store, Overstreet
PRECINCT NO. 5 S. C. Player, At Store, Highland View
PRECINCT NO. 6 --- Mrs. George Harper, At Store, White City
PRECINCT NO. 7 Mrs. Coleman Tharpe, At Store, Kenney's Mill
PRECINCT NO. 8 and 9 E. T. Pridgeon, His Office, Port St. Joe
PRECINCT NO. 10 Mrs. Grady Keels, Her Home, Oak Grove


MRS. C. G. RISH
Supervisor of Registration


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Smith-Costin

Engagement

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Edward
Smith of Orlando announce the en-
gagement and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter Patricia Ann
to James Elliot Costin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Cecil Guerry Costin, Sr.,
of Port St. Joe.
The wedding will be solemnized
in the First Baptist Church of Or-
lando on iSunday, June 8 at 3:30.
The bride-elect was graduated
from William R. Boone High, Or-
lando, and attended Florida State
University, Tallahassee, where she
was a member of Chi Omega So-
cial sorority. She is now a secre-
tary at Colonial Bank of Orlando.
Mr. Costin graduated from Geor-
gia Military Academy, College Park,
Ga., and is now attending Florida
State University where he is affil-
iated with Alpha Tau Omega Social
Fraternity.


Circle Meetings

WSCS CIRCLE 3
Circle No. 3 of the Methodist
WSCOS met with Mrs. H. E. Rich-
ards January 13 with five members
and one visitor, Mrs. G. S. Croxton,
president of the WSCS.
,Mrs. Charles Browne had charge
of the devotional and the scripture
reading was by Mrs. Croxton. All
business was taken care of and
social reports were made. Everyone
was required to be at the church
Friday for mission study and lunch-


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eon.
The hostess served delicious re-
freshments and the meeting closed
with the WSOS benediction.
FIRST BAPTIST CIRCLE 4
Circle 4 of the First Baptist
Church held their January meeting
in the home of Mrs. Tom Parker on
Seventh Street.
The meeting was .called to order
by the circle chairman, Mrs. W. 0.
Nichols. The devotion, Joel 2:28-29
was given by the program chair-
mian. Mrs. H. F. Ayers followed
with prayer.
The program, "Story on Home
Mission Fields" was presented by
Mrs. W. 0. Nichols and Mrs. H. F.
Ayers.
After a short business session the
meeting was discussed with prayer
by Mrs. Tom Parker.
The hostess served cak eand cof-
fee to the following members, Mrs.
W. 0. Nichols, Mrs. C. G. Costing,
Sr., Mrs. H. F. Ayers, Mrs. W. C.
Byrd, Mrs T. 0 Poitevint. Mrs C
E Linton Mrs. Tom Parker and Mrs.
Charles Gill.
FIRST BAPTIST CIRCLE 3
Circle No. 3 of the First Baptist
Church met in the home of Mrs.
E. C. 'Cason with nine members and
two visitors present. The circle
chairman, Mrs. Emmette Daniell
presided at the meeting. Mrs. C. A.
McClellan opened the meeting with
prayer and Mrs. Bob Ellzey pre-
sented the devotional. Subject for
the devotional was "God Blesses Us
With His Spirit When We Walk
According to His Ways".
Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon read a story
entitled, "The Long Bridge", fol-
lowed by Mrs. McClellan's discus-
sion on Baptist clinics.


REPAIRED and RECORD
CLEANED, FLUSHED


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1958

Good reports were given by each Circle 3, Mrs. George Suber.
chairman after which Mrs. W. J. Circle 4 at 9:30 a.m., Mrs. Ed
I Daughtry dismissed the group with Ramsey.
prayer.
WSCS POFIRST BAPTIST CIRCLE 3
WSCS PROGRAM MEETING Circle No. 3 of the First Baptist
The Woman's Society of Christ- Church met in the home of Mrs. Bill
ian Service held its regular month- Quarles with nine members and two
ly program meeting Monday, Jan. visitors, Mrs. L. W. Cox and Mrs.
20 in the Methodist Church sane- C. Byron Smith.
tuary with Circle 3 in charge. The circle chairman, Mrs. Roy Ir-
A litany, led by Mrs. Norton Kil- win, held a short business session.
bourn was given. The scripture was Following the business session, Mrs.
taken from the fourth chapter of Ramsey gave a very interesting
Luke 16:22. Singing of the hymn study of the WMU year book. The
"The Kingdom of God" followed by meeting was then dismissed with
th0 society, prayer by Mrs. Byron Smith.
Participating in the program, "Ja-
pan Today" were: Mrs. Alma Jones, WMS Circle No. 2 of the Long
kcrs. Deskin, Mrs. George Suber, Avenue Baptist Church met Mon-
Mrs. Roy Gibson, Mrs. Fennon Tal- day January 13, in the home of Mrs
ley and Mrs. Marie Costin. The pro- day January 13, in the home of Mrs,
gram was closed with prayer by H. F. Barbee. The meeting was
Mrs. Kilbourn. opened by repeating the watch-
This program, "Japan Today" was word, led by Mrs. Joe Alligood,
in conjunction with the mission stu- circle chairman. Mrs. A. P. Mar-
dy, "Cross and Crisis In Japan". t
that began with a luncheon at 1:00 tin led the opening prayer.
p.m. Jan. 14 in the recreational hall Followinig a devotional period by
of the church. Mrs. C. N. Dykes and Mrs. Joe
The tables were decorated with Ferrell, the program, "The Golden
place mats of the map of Japan. Door" was resented by he
The study depicted the change be- Door was presented by the cir-
tween the old and new life in Ja- cle members. The eight members
pan. The introductory and first present were Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Mrs.
chapter, "Some Japanese Church- H. F. Barbee, Mrs. C. N. Dykes,
es" was given by Mrs. Nancy IHow- .
ell. secretary of mission education. Mrs. Joe Alligood, Mrs. A. P. Mar-
January 15 the society met again tin, Mrs. P. B Fairley, Mrs. L. W.
at 3:00 p.m. for the next three chap- Porter and Mrs. James Allen.
ters. "The Japan of Yesterday" by There was one new member, Mrs.
Mrs. Janet King. "Rebuilding On
Old Foundations" by Mrs. Charles Almna Sanford, present.
Browne and "Enlarging The Bor- After a short business session,
ders" by Mrs. G. S. Croxton. The the meeting was closed with prayer
program was closed with prayer.
January 21 was another study and Mrs. Barbee served delicious
period beginning at 3:00 p.m. The refreshments.
devotional was given by Mrs. Nan-
cy Howell followed by a film, "Sei-
wa Schools".
Mrs. Edmund Bradley gave the W JO
chapters, "The Church Taking W J E
Root in Society" and "Meeting To-
day's Crisis Together". The meet- 1570 Cn You: DiIl
ing was closed with prayer.
A coffee break was enjoyed dur-
ing each of these studies.
Phe circles will meet as follows
on January 27.
Circle 1, Mrs. S. B. Witt.
Circle 2, Mrs. H. W. Griffin.

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COMBINED STATEMENT




OF CONDITION


RESOURCES


Loans & Discounts
Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures
Other Real Estate Owned
Prepaid Expenses
Other Resources
Customers Liability /c
Letters of Credit
Accrued Interest & Income
Receivable $
U. S. Government Securities 20
Florida County & Municipal Bonds 2
Other State & Municipal Bonds
Federal Reserve Bank Stock
Other Securities
Cask.ollanul& Due From Banks 18


$180,704,236.05 Ca
6,237,955.22
451,996.25 S
70,491.33 O
443,760.85

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1,755,348.14
9,573,160.94
22,479,946.35
5,972,031.11
1,059,300.00
1,602,198.78
9,85,64289


Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc.

Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned

Letters of Credit

S Other Liabilities


4a,3M,628.21

$620,346,841.17


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Mrs. Tilda Mims.
Allen Pullum of DeFuniak
Springs visited his son and -am-
ily over the week end, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Pullum.
Mrs. Herman Marshall is ,ll in
the Municipal Hospital. Her many
friends hope her a speedy recovery.
Mrs. Clinton Cox and son Jimmy
was a business visitor in Panama
City Monday evening.
Mr .and Mrs. Clinton. Peterson
and family visited in DeFuniak
Springs over the week end with
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Peavy Mims spent
Saturday ivslting in Panama City
with his sister and family, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. 'Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Daniels had
as their guests this week end, her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown
of Carrabelle.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hall and chil-
dren spent Sunday in Eastpoint
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Hall.
Mrs. Albert Davis attended the
funeral of her aunt Saturday in Al-
tha, Mrs. I. 0. Cook.
Mrs. J. 0. Seawright spent two
weeks in Mobile, Ala., with her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Leroy Stokes and daughter.
J. I. Rentz was called to Altha
Thursday due to the death of his
sister, Mrs. I. 0. Cook.
'Paeavy Mims spent Sunday in
Marianna visiting friends and rela-
tives.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Eakers and
son and Mr. and Mrs. Willie B.
Whitfield and children have moved
to Overstreet where they have built
a new home.
The WMU of the Highland View
Baptist Church met at the church
on Monday at 3:00 p.m. The pro-
gram was opened with prayer by
Mrs. 0. B. Roney. The group began
their study of home missions, us-
ing the study book, "Look, Look
The City". There were five mem-
bers present. Mrs. E. R. DuBose
closed with prayer.
Sunday, January 26, the High-
land View Methodist Church will
observe, "Church Membership
Day". All visitors are invited to
attend and all members are unged
to attend and bring a covered dish
for a Sunday of fellowship toge-
ther. This is being sponsored by the
Adult Sunday School class, and the
VWoman's Missionary Society. The
schedule of services at the church
is: Mornin gworahip at 10:00 a.m.,
Church School at 11:00 a.m., and


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Corned beef hast, buttered spin-
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milk.
Tuesday, January 28
Sloppy joe on buns ,green field
peas, shredded carrots, coconut
.cake and milk.
Wednesday, January 29
Hot dog's, potato salad, cabbage
slaw, cookies and milk.
Thursday, January 30
Spiced ham slices, lima beans,
green salad, apple crisp and milk.
Friday, January 31
Macaroni and cheese, snap beans,
lettuce and tomatoes and prunes.


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By The Star Publishing Company
WEsLTz R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
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SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
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LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR

As Mayor of Port St. Joe I wish
to take this means to congratulate
the laymen of the churches of Port
St. Joe for their fine work in re-
,gards to the Church Attendance
Crusade.
I have noticed with much satis-
faction the distinct rise in church
'attendance since this Crusade be-
gan and the leaders of the Crusade,
the laymen of our churches, are
to be commended highly for their
work in making this Crusade, the
first in Port St. Joe, so successful
from the start.
It Is my every wish that this work
will be continued throughout the
Crusade an throughout the year
as the ministers of our city and
nation strive to bring God back
into the hearts of man during these
trying and dangerous times.
Very sincerely yours,
J. L. SHARIT,
Mayor of Port St. Joe


FROZEN

WAFFLES

2 pkgs. 19c



FRESH CRISP

CELERY

Stalk 10c



GOLDEN RIPE

BANANAS

Lb. 10c


TWIN PET
DOG FOOD

3 cans 25c



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MARKET

Corner Williams & Third
Quantity Rights
Reserved
PRICES CLERKS
RIGHT POLITE
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Comptroller's Call

December 31,1957


ABILITIES
ipital Stock $1,950,o0o

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divided Profits 213,55i69


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Never Undersold
Quality Considered
THESB PRICES GOOD

JANUARY 23, 24 and 25

GA. GRADE "A"

LARGE EGGS
IN CARTONS

2 doz. $1.00


Sunnyland Economy Brand

Sliced Bacon
Lb. 49c



FRESH PORK

BOSTON BUTTS

Lb. 45c
-~6 ~ .%% S


USDA GOOD

CHUCK ROAST

Lb. 49c


1 Lb. Can MAXWELL HOUSE
COFFEE

Lb. 79c
WITH $5.00 ORDER


GIANT SIZE
TIDE

76c



NO. 2/2 CAN OAK HILL

PEACHES

Can 25c



'FRESH FROZEN
Turnips, Mustard, Collards

GREENS

4 for 49c


Evening Worship at 7:30 p.m. Rev.
H. L. Mott of Mexico Beach is the
pastor.

PFC CLENNIS HARVEY
SERVING IN GERMANY
U. S. FORCES, GERMANY (AH-
TNC)-PFC Clennis Harvey, 21,
whose wife, Celestine, lives at 156
Avenue C, Port St. Joe, is a mem-
ber of the 5th Antiareraft Artillery
Battalion in Germany.
Harvey, a radar operator in the
battalion's Battery B, entered the


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Army in November 1956 and ar-
rived overseas last October. He
completed basic training at Fort
Jackson, S. C.
Harvey is a 1956 graduate of
Washington High School. His mo-
ther, Mrs. Lillie M. Poole, lives at
255 Avenue C.








Minutes of The
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
January 7, 1958
The Board of Public Ins,:ructicn,
Gulf County, Florida, met on the
above date in Regular Session, with
the following present and acting:
Clyde Brogdon, Chairman, J. A.
Whitfield, C. E. Boyer, Fennon Tal-
ley and Carter Ward, members.
The Superintendent was present
and acting.
The minutes for the preceding
meeting were read and adopted as
read.
The Financial Statement for the
month of December was examined
and approved.
The Supreintendent reported the
mileage of each school bus which
ranged from five (5) miles per gal-
lon of gas to thirteen (13) miles
per gallon. The Superintendent
was instructed to have the buses
making (5) and (6) miles per gal-
lon checked to determine the cause
and have corrected.
The Superintendent was granted
an extension of time to check bus
route from Dalkeith to the George
W. Carver School.
The Superintendent reported that
he had not been able to get report
from the State Department con-
cerning the Wewahitchka Gymna-
sium.
Report No. 4687 on the audito of
the accounts and records of the
Board of Public Instruction as of
June 30 1957 was reported to the
Board of Public Instruction and
ordered filed as a part of this of-
fice.
The Superintendent reported that
the Board was without Driver Edu-
cation Cars since the closing of the
Thursday Chevrolet Company. The
Superintendent was instructed to
try to get the Driver Education
Instructors to furnish cars on a
mileage basis.
Clyde Brogdqn asked to be re-
lieved as Chairman of the board.
Moved by Brogdon seconded by
Whitfield that C. E. Boyer be nam-
ed Chairman. All voted YES.
Moved by Ward seconded by
Brogdon that J. A. Whitfield be
named Vice Chairman. All votad
YES.
There being no further business
to come before them they did then
adjourn to meet again in Regular
Session on February 4, 1958.
ATTEST:
Thomas A. Owens C. E. Boyer
Superintendent Chairman
LIST OF EXPENDITURES
FOR MONTH OF DECEMBER 1957
General Fund
Alf Millergrlen, Stamps --... $15.00
Gulf Co. Breeze, Print. & Mat. 67.50
H & W B Drew Co., Sup. ... 92.64
Public Affairs Committee, Inc.
Supplies 3.00
Educators Book Olub, Sup. -_ 4.48
Wewa Plumbing & Heating Co.
Supplies 2.00
0. M. Webb 5 & 10, Sup. --- 8.07
Science Research Asso., Sup. 12.46
World News of the Week,
Supplies 22.25
Guidance Club, Sup. ..... 30.00
Film Rentals, Sup. .. 4.97
California Test Bureau, Sup. ..37
Children's Reading Service,
Supplies 19.94
Lyons Band Instrument Co.,
Supplies 2.75
Pyramid Paper Co., Sup. -.-.. 13.00
All-Fla. School Sup., Sup. .. 93.80
Brodhead Garrett Co., Sup. 47.56
RevIell's IGA Store, Sup. .-_ 11.64
Quality Gro. & Mkt., Sup .. 24.39
Theis Duplicating Products, Inc.
Supplies 18.57
Southern Liquid Gas Co., ,Sup. 8.20
Jesse Dawson, Wood for Wash.
School 75.00
Florida Freeport Oil Co., Inc.
Supplies 238.82
Florida Power Corp., Elec. energy


for PSJ schools .-_ 798.09
Gulf Coast Elec. Coop., Inc.
Elec. energy for Wewa 145.7G
Connell Water Works, Water for
Wewa School --------- 30.00
City of Port St. Joe, Water for
PSJ Schools .......--- 57.01
City of Port St. Joe, Water for
PSJ Schools ---------- 236.63'
Gulf Hdwe. & Sup. Co., Sup. 50.82
Port St. Joe High School,
Reimbursement .....-- 2.00
Gaskin Brothers Lumber Co.,
Material 41.72
A. C. Littleton, Inc., Sup. 164.17
Fuller Supply Co., Sup. ---...- 8.61
W. Coleman Smith, Labor -- 21.75
Fla. Devel. Co., Sup ..-.....-------.. 16.16
Bill's Plumbing Service, Sup. 31.00
Wall Elec. Co., Sup. -----.........---.... 15.00
Industrial Chem. Co., Sup .... -- 77.01
Kennedy's Elec. & Refrig. Serv.
Supplies 16.00
H. M. McClamma, Labor -....-- 4.265
P. F. McDaniel, Sup ...........------... 6.95
Dave Robertson Elec. Co.,
Supplies and labor .......---- 22.58
Miami Window Corp., Sup.
and Labor 2.56
Remsco, Inc., Sup. -........--------...... 35.85
Whatley Typewriter Co., Sup.
and Service ---------------- 38.50
Ostwald, Sup. 40.21
St. Joe Builders Sup. Co., Sup. 55.12
C & G Sport. Goods Co., Sup. 364.90
Thompson Appliance Co., Sup. 3.50
Keenan Welding Sup. Co., Sup. 34.63
Prescott's Garage, Supplies and
Labor 79.05
Wimb&rly Pontiac Co., Supplies
and Labor 21.39
Auto Parts & Bearings, Inc.
Supplies 3.71
Gulf Oil Corp., Sup. -_ -.. 643.24
T. D. Whitfield, Trans. School
Children 100.00
Albert Wynn, Transporting
School Children ...---... 100.09
Jerry Jones, Transporting School
Children 50.00
Creech Bros: Laundry, First aid
laundry for schools- ....... 95
Gulf Drug Co., First aid supplies
for schools ... .. 13.18
John Land, Hauling Sup. .. 40 00
Wewa High School, Supplementar-y
Salaries for Lunchroom 112.0J
W. L. Goff, Garbage disposal H.
V. Elem. School -......-------... 12.00
Zion Fair Baptist Ch., Rent 30.00
Leggett Music Co., Sup. ..----- 46.80
Howard Hall Co., Inc., Sup. .. 5.44
Dotherow Office Sup. Co. Sup 282.56
Eye Gate House, Inc., Sup. --- 20.00
W. B. Sasser, Books for Library
36.27
A. C. McClurg & Co., Sup. -..--..48.97
School Equip. Q Dist., Sup. 423.02
Wewa Hdwe. Co., Sup .-..... 127.19
Gen. Office Equip. Co., Sup. 74.14
St Joseph Tel & Tel., Serv. 88.09
Daffin Mercantile Co., Inc.,
Supplies 105.60
DISTRICT FUND NO. 1
Harland 0. Pridgeon, Com., 1,81,2.45
BOND FUND NO. 1
Harland 0. Pridgeon, Com. 407.80



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BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE
Citizens' Federal Savings & Loan. Assn.
COMFORTER FUNERAL HOME
COSTIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
DANLEY FURNITURE COMPANY
Gulf Hardware & Supply Co.
GULF SERVICE STATION
AUBREY R. TOMLINSON
HALLMARK'S DEPARTMENT STORE


HUTCHINS' MOTORS
Tomlinson Insurance Agency
MODERN FURNITURE CO.
CREECH BROTHERS
Kennedy Electric & Refrigeration Serv.
PATE'S SHELL SERVICE
PRIDGEON INSURANCE AGENCY
RADIO STATION WJOE
ST. JOE AUTO PARTS CO.
St. Joe Hardware Company
St. Joe Furniture & Appliance Co.


ST. JOE MOTOR CO.
STONE'S SHOP for MEN
WIMBERLY PONTIAC CO.
Woolford's Standard Service Station
THE STAR PUBLISHING CO.
FULLER'S SUPPLY CO.
JONES' SERVICE STATION
Dealer in Sinclair Products
ANDY'S WELDING REPAIRS


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IGA Deluxe
COFFEE


Reg or
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1 Lb.
Tin


79c


REAL
Corn Beef 12z. 35c

NEW Frozen Seabrook
WAFFLES 2Pkgs. 19c


TALL
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IGA Table-Rite Sugar Cured Tray Pack
Sli ed Bacon


LB.


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Margarine


Rita Martin says*:
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Miracle Whipped


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We Reserve Limit Rights


LB.


35c


Borden's Canned


SUGAR CREEK Tender Hickory Smoked -- 4 to 6 Lb. Avg.


35lC


U. S. Good Extra Heavy Beef Square Cut


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BISCUITS


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REGISTER'S PURE

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WITH 5 LABELS FROM 6'ff
SWIFT'S MEATS
FOR BABIES s6 23c
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Heinz and Beechnut
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25 Lb.
FLOUR $1.79


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NO. 10 JUG


3for 29 c


U. S. GOOD


EXTRA HEAVY BEEF--FULL CUT
ROUND


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LB


Fancy Yellow
SQUASH
Green Hard Head
CABBAGE


LB.


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New York State Cooking or Eating
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3 Lb. Bag


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GA. GRADE "A" 3 to 4 LB. AVG. Dressed and Drawn LIMIT 2 PLEASE LB.


HOOP
Cheese

49c lb
U. S. GOOD DELICIOUS STEAKS


SIRLOIN
T-BONE
LEAN MEATY

GRADE MED. A.
GRADE 'A' MED. FLA.


REGISTER'S PURE PORK SMOKED


ST2 DOZEN
2 DOZEN


McCORMICK'S
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< CRISCO 3 LB. CAN

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98


BLUE BONNETT -- IN QUARTERS


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ARMOUR'S -- 12 OZ.
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ARMOUR'S
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ARMOUR'S CORNED
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ARMOUR'S
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PRICES GOOD Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
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45c BISCUITS
2 FOR
39C OAKHILL
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LAYER PELLETS SCRATCH FEED
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


Intra-Mural

Sport News
By PAT SPEARS
The Senior Intramural' Board of
Port St. Joe High is now sponsor-
ing basketball games scheduled by
the board. The following students
will participate.
12A Intramural representative,
Wayne Taylor, Terry Hinote, Ross
Hudson, Buddy Love, Larry Porter,
Leo Punt and Abe Miller.
12B Intramural representatives,
Charles Boyer, Billy Denton, Mon-
roe Tindell, William Lucas, William
Stafford, James Harper, Jimmy Ad-
ams, Kenneth Hurlbut, and Frank-
lin Fletcher.
*11A, Intramural representative,'
Ronnie Young, Steve Lucas. Jackie
Mitdhell, Buddy Byrd, Fred Griffin
and Gene Wood.
.rlB, Intramural representative,
Richard Zipperer, Edward Smith,
James Knight, Bill Chism, Tony
Barbee. Robert Hutchins, John
Presnell, Kenneth Settlemire, Bil-
ly Cumbie, Michael Munn.
101A, Intramural representative,
Willie Daniell, David Musselwhite.
Norman Buchert, Terry Porter. Ed
Bobbitt James Ivey, Steve Wheal-
ton and Billy Mazorol'.
ilOB, Intramural representative,
Bobby Burkett, Leland Smith, Tom-
my Kennington. Bob Dennis, Jimmy
Redd Glen Alligood, Roy Wood and
Johnny Price.
I 1OC0 Intramural representative,
Frank Griffin, Drue Hall. David
Rich, Jimmy Williams, Buddy Ward
Mike Newcomb and Bailey Chum-
ney.
,9A Intramural representative,
Albert Ray, Jimmy Dawson, Jim-
my Wilder, Don Gardner, Bob Munn
Jimmy Stephens and Buddy Wood.
9B, Intramural representative
Bo Williams, Jo eEvans, Ronnie
Parker, Jerry Hayes, Howard Lov-
ett, Elbert Norris, David Odum,
Pat McFarland and Don Hadon.
The following list of girls will
participate in the games.
12AB Representatives, Pat Spears
and Kathleen Thomason. Barbara
Lnndy, Elaine Musselwhite, Dauh-
rice Keels, Carolyn Clark, June Co-
ker, Nadine Boyette, Melba Arm-
strong and Iduma Wood.
11AB, Representative Patty Redd,
Beverly Baldwin, Glenna Boyles,
Sandra Bracewell, Elizabeth Ann
Brown, Peggy Chafin, Judy Fensom,
Phyllis Lewis, Myrtle Miller, Gail
Roberts, Vivian Stephens and Kate
Tillman. .
10A, Representative, Frances
Spears, Carrie Jo Fletcher, Norma
Hobhs, Fayete McCormick, Judy
Poitevint Cora Lee Armstronl, Bar-
bara Eel-ls, Sarah Linda Richards
and Betty Ward.
9A, ,Representative, Madeline
Gill, Joyce Wynn, June Faircloth,
Syble Tucker and Ruth Clark.
Boy's intramural basketball sche-
dule: A vs 11A, Jan. 27. 10B vs 12A
Jan. 29. 19B vs 12B Jan. 31.
Girl's intramural basketball sche-
dule: 10A is 12AB, Jan. 22. 12AB vs
9A1C Jan. 27. 10BC vs 12AB, Jan. 29.
11AB vs 10IA, Jan. 31.
Won and Lost Col. for Boys
Team W L Team W L
9A 0 1 10C 2 0
9B 1 1 11,IA 0 1
9C 0 1 l1,B 1 0
10A, 0 1 12A 1 0
O10B 1 0 12B 0 1
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1958

Pvt. J. C. McArdle
Stationed In Germany

iBOBLINGE'N, GERMANY-Army
PFC J. C. McArdle, whose wife,
Cathern, lives at 59 S. Pine Ave.,
Fort Walton Beach, recently ar-
rived in Germany and is now a
member of the 176th Signal Com-
pany.
McArdle, a radio repairman, en-
tered the Army in April 1957 and
received basic training at Fort Ben-
ning, Ga. He was last stationed at
Fort Gordon, Ga.
The 23-year-old soldier was em-
ploye dby the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany, before entering the Army. He ,
was graduated from Port St. Joe
High School in 1952. His parents,..
Mr. and Mrs.-John H. McArdle, live
in Port St. Joe.

Mrs. Tapper Hostess
To Gladioli Circle

The Gladioli Circle met Thurs-
-day, January 16 with Mrs. Robert
Tapper. Mrs. Wayne Ashley served
as co-hostesis.
Guests from the Azalea Circle
were Mrs. Ralph Nance, Mrs. J. T.
Arbogast, Mrs. Chauncey Costin.
Other guests were Mrs. Joe Chris-
tion, Mrs. Cecil Costin, Sr.. Mrs.
Joseph Dowd, Mrs. William Wager,
Mrs. Ruth Soule and Mrs. Gray, Mo-
ther of Mrs. L. S. Bissett.
Mrs. Bissett gave an interesting
and informative program on plant-
ing and trimming trees and shrubs.
Door prize was won by Mrs. C.
G. Costin and the blue ribbon for
arrangement was won by Mrs. Eth-
yl Bridges.
Refreshments of coffee, sandwich-
es, fruit cake and candies were ser-
ved from a very well appointed ta-
ble.

Garden Notes On
Crepe Myrtle Planting

Crepe myrtles are to the South
what lilacs are to the north. If
you would have these lovely blooms
in your garden next summer, this
is the time to plant.
Almost any soil is suitable as long
as the drainage is good. But lots
o fsuinshine is important. These
plants are ideal for new subdivi-
sions where bulldozers have thor-
oughly cleared the land because
they like full sun and come quick-
ly into bloom.
Select the largest and sturdiest
plants available. Prune both roots
and tops. Then dig a hole large
enough to accommodate the roots
without crowding ,set the plant in
place and fill around it with en-
riched topsoil. Water well.

Extension Division To
Teach Short Course

The General Extension Division
of Florida, U. of F., will begin a
lhornt course on 'Arts in Childhood


Joseph F. Britt Enters Education" to be taught by F.red
Ft. Jackson for Basi ,Metzke. Registration will be Jan-
Ft. Jackson for Basic uary 28 at 4 p.m. Classes will last
until 7:30 p.m. and will be held in
FORT JACKSON, S. C.-Private the Port St. Joe High School. cafe-
Joseph F. Britt, grandson of rs.eria. Three semester hours will e
J. vPort required for credit. The cost will
3. S. Shirey, 612 Madison Ave., Port be 21.00 for the course plus ma-
St. Joe has been assigned to Co. trials which will be purchased at
C 3 Bn 1st Regt, at Fort Jackson class.
for his baic infantry training.. This will be a class of active par-
Upon his arrival at Fort Jackson, ticipation o all and not theory.
he was initially assigned to the U.; HIGHLAND VIEW SCHOOL
S. Army Personnel Center where jLUNCHROOM MENU
he was issued his clothing, given
a complete physical examination Moamburger nday mashed pota-
and a comprehensive battery of ap- toes, spiced beets, biscuit, butter
titude tests to determine the Army and milk.
duty assignment for which he will' Tuesday
be best fitted. Sausage, steamed cabbage, ap-
ple sauce and graham crackers,
Upon completion of his basic cornbread, butter and milk.
training, he will receive ufrther Wednesday
advanced infantry training or will Weiners and sauerkraut, stewed
be asisgned to an Army school, tomatoes, prunes, bread and but-
Fort Jackson offers schooling in ter an milk.Thursday
several specialties associated with Chicken and rice, sweet potatoes,
an Army division, rolls, butter and milk.
_Friday
Home Fro Hospitalrilled cheese, hash brown pota-
Home From Hospital toes, buttered peas and milk,
Mrs. A. J. Owens is now at home -.
after a stay in the Birmingham Hos-
pital. She expresses her thanks to
everyone who remembered her with c me Tax Service
,good wishes, cards, flowers and ncome Tax Service
prayers.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT BILL CARGILL
Lt. and Mrs. Wallace 0. Borden I St. Joe Motor Co. Gulf Station
are the proud parents of an 8% lb.
baby boy born January 4 at the
Central Suffolk Hospital' in River- I pays to advlrttse try it:
head, N. Y. Mrs. Borden is the
former Miss Joy Williamson. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY

You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING GWORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .._ 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYE RSERVICE (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street


VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
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SALE STARTS THU AY JAN 20 AM BE SURE TO SHOP EARLY FOR THE BEST BARGAINS!
SALE TARTS THURSDAY, JAN 23-8:00 A.M. ANY ITEMS AT EXCEPTIONAL SAVINGS NOT LISTED


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SFurniture for the entire home.

CASH or Convenient TERMS
Free Delivery


Reg. $69.50 Slightly Damaged

1 LANE SPACE-SAVER CHEST $19.95
Reg. $29.95 Blonde With Storage Stool

2 MODERN DESKS ----------$19.95
Reg. $54.50 Dual Springs

2 PLATFORM ROCKERS ------- $39.95
Reg. $109.95 Print Cover Sleeps 2
1 SIMMONS STUDIO SOFA--$79.95
Reg. >.24 '!' Modern, Mahogany Includes bar bed, double dresser,
Mirror and Chest.

1 3-Pc. BEDROOM SUITE--$199.95
Reg. $129.50 Blonde Modern
1 3-Pc. BEDROOM SUITE -----$99.95


Reg. $289.95 Black nylon Foam Rubber
1 2-Pc. LIVINCROOM SUITE


S$199.95


Reg. $399.95 Foam Rubber Cushion
1 PULLMAN SOFA -----$279.95

Reg. $29.95 Blonde 2 step and one coffee table.

1 SET OF 3 TABLES ---- $19.95


Reg. $14.95

2 FLOOR LAMPS ----

Reg. $189.95 Bronze legs, Formica Top

1 7-Pc. DINING ROOM SUITE
Reg. $54.50 Green with Plastic Top

1 5-Pc. CHROME DINETTE


S$6.95



.- $99.95


$39.95


Reg. $69.95 Knotty pine, maple finish

2 BUFFETS, with hutch top -- $49.95
Reg. $69.50 Floor Sample

1 RESTONIC MATTRESS, double -- $49.95

Reg. $12.95 Wrought iron frame

2 PLASTIf OCCASIONAL CHAIRS $8.95


Reg. $39.95

3 OCCASIONAL CHAIRS ---- $24.95
Reg. $109.95 Walnut, poster

1 4-Pc, BEDROOM SUITE -- $79.95
Reg. $39.95 Single Size Solid Wood

1 BLONDE BAR BED ------ $9.95
Reg. $269.95 Full size, Deluxe With plug out unit, Auto. Oven.

1 Westinghouse ELECTRIC RANGE $199.95
Reg. $289.95 Large Freezer 11 Cu. Ft.

I Westinghouse REFRIGERATOR_ $239.95
Reg. $22.95

3 9x 12 FIBRE RUGS ----$14.95
Reg. $199.95

1 7-Pc. LIVING ROOM GROUP -- $169.95
Reg. $269.95 Modern walnut Slightly damaged bed, double dresser,
with tilt mirror and chest.

1 3-Pc. BFDROOM GROUP -- $209.95
Reg. $69.50 1 Box Spring available to match

2 Simmons hinerspring Mattresses $44.95
Reg. $34.95 Box Springs to match

2 INNERSPRING MATTRESSES $26.95
Reg. $99.95 Duncan Phyfe

1 Mahogany DINING TABLE -- $79.95

Reg. $39.95 Lots of storage room

2 Metal KITCHEN CABINETS ---$29.95

Reg. $49.95 Slightly damaged

I THAYER BABY BED ----- $29.95


14 LINOLEUM REMNANTS ---- /PRICE

Reg. $8.95

20 Peggy Pepperell BLANKETS ...- $5.95

Reg. $5.95 Double fold

18 5% WOOL BLANKETS---$3.75


Danley's Has A Large Variety of Good Used Furnit ure Traded On New Furniture ..


6 Pc. Solid Oak DINETTE $49.95
Reg. $69.50 Buffet, Table and Four Chairs

2 Plastic Covered CLUB CHAIRS .- $4.95
Reg. $9.95


STUDIO DIVAN
Reg. $49.95 Good Condition


$29.95


5 Pc. Chrome DINETTE $34.95
Reg. $49.95 Like New Plastic Top


4 Ft. WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATOR ---- $19.
Reg. $29.95


APARTMENT SIZE RANGE
Frigidaire
UPRIGHT VACUUM CLEANER .
Reg. $14.95
1 FULL SIZE GAS RANGE
Reg. $89.50 Good Condition
1 5-BURNER OIL RANGE --.
Reg. $39.95


DINING TABLE __
Duncan Phyfe Mahogany_


$19.95


3 Pc. LIVING ROOM SUITE -- $19.95
Velour Covered Good Condition
2 METAL SPRINGS $7.95
Double Size
CHILD'S SWING and FRAME ------$1.95
Reg. $4.95
7 Pc. LIVING ROOM GROUP -----$39.95
Reg. $69.95
BABY BED $12.95
With Mattress


$19.95


$19.95


BABY BED and MATTRESS _---- $29.95
Original Price New$69.50 Excellent Shape


$29.95

$7.95

$69.50

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CHECK THESE OUTSTANDING FURNITURE VALUES ... BUY NOW! SAVE MORE!


7 Pc. Chrome DINETTE $49.95
Reg. $79.95 Like New


1 5-Pc. Wood DINETTE
Reg. $39.95
1 SOFA BED
Woven Plastic


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* CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING


FOR PROMPT, ACCURATE
PRESCRIPTION SERVICE SEE
YOURj y PHARMACIST

Buzzets Drug Store
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
1***1-* 00

Port St. Joe, Florida


WIL
FOR RENT: Unfurnished threeT TH
bedroom house with bath. 516 jug f:
Third St. Call St. Joe Hdwe. 7-8111. S o~


RELIABLE PARTY THE
E. TOM PRIDGEON FOR RENT: Large 3 bedroom MALE OR FEMALE
Real Estate & Insurance house in Oak Grove. Contact to service a route of CIGARETTE Nom
BAll 7-7741 411 Reid Ave. Mrs. Bill Bennett. 314 Duval St. machines. No selling or soliciting. third
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house oni Routes are established for opera- third
Garrison Ave. 2 lots one, block FOR RENT: Furnished apartment, tor,. Full or part time. Up to $260
this side of Gulf Sands Court. I Adjoining bath. Suitable for cou- per month to start. $1,100 to $2,200
FOR SALE: 1956 model Silver Star pie only. Call or see Mrs. A. M. cash required which is secured.
trailer home. Sacrifice for $1200. Jones, Sr. tfc-1-2 Write, giving full particulars and
Equityin trailer. See Tom Pridgeon. FOR RENT: New two bedroom phone number to American Viking A M
Equity R RENT New two bedroom fg. Co. 1513 Foshay Tower, Min-
FOR SALE: 4 lots in Highland house. Call 7-3073, Mrs. J. S. Shi- neapolis, Minn. R. A
View. Lot nos. 3, 5, 9 and 10. Near rey. t START A RAWLEGH CBUSINESS St.A
school. For information contact FOR RENT: House on Third St. Real opportunity now for per- M., 2
Lonnei Gay at Oak Grove. 12tp-1-2 Unfurnished. Phone 7-7736. 515 manent, profitable work in Gulf ing b
FOR SALE: Lots. 50X150. Five Third St., W. B. Ferrell. tfc-11-21 County, Write waleigh's Dept. FAA- High
miles south of town. Phone BAll FOR RENT: One bedroom s 101K, Memphis, Tenn. 2t
9-1190 for full information. 6tp-1-2ed upstairs HAVE TRAILER SPACE available.
9-1190 for full information. tp-1-2 apartment, furnished. Phone All If interested phone BAll 9-1190 for
-FOR SALE; "The Great Tide" by 7-5771. 2tp full information. 6tp-1-2 I1
Ruby Lee Hall. Viking print on FOR RENT: 2-bedroom garage ELECTRIC IRONS REPAIRED: I
order. Contact 7-5756, Mrs. R. H. apartment, furnished. Call B. L. eron a s irons I
Brinson or Campbell's Drug Store. Presnell at 9-1195 tfc-1-8 RExpert repairs on all types irons BES
FOR SALE: 1954, 33 ft. Travelmas- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house. Com- WANTED TO BUY for cash. Auto- VA
ter trailer. 2 bedrooms, complete- pletely furnished. St. Joe Beach. mobile. Must be a bargain. HAR
ly modern. May be purchased out- Call 7-7046. itp Would consider your equity. Box
right or buy equity. May be seen 635, Port St. Joe. tfc-1-8 NOE
at any time. Contact Mrs. Raiford FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- NET'
at 506 4th St. or Call BAll 7-4591. ed apartment. Close in. Inquire LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.50 dence
at 1904 Garrison Ave., or phone hour. Cut your lawn and let me ton,
FOR SALE: New house. 3 bedroom 7-8642. tfc-1-16 worry with upkeep of mower. Gult 'On
living room, dining room, kitchen' Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- uary,
and tile bath. Paneled Florida room. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom upstairs son, Phone 7-7501. ley C
S1 apartment. Close to town. Call serve
!Call Joe Christian 7-4616 or 7-3611. Mrs. Brinson. 7-5756. WANTED: Any news of interest to Plain


Owned by Savings Investors


Telephone 7-4646


Citizens' Federal Savings

& Loan Association of Port St. Joe


We have loaned in Gulf County in Home Building
In Business building improvements


$325,300
44,400


Savings funds kept with us by Gulf County Citizens have enabled us to contri-
bute this amount to the growth and improvement of Gulf County.

On this basis, we solicit the continued splendid cooperation of Gulf County
Citizens by keeping with us additional Savings Funds that we may continue
to help build Gulf County.


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Firestone
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your neighbor for the Panama
City News and Herald. Call Mis.
Benton Hamm at 9-1876. tfc-9-12
SPECIAL SERVICES
-OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
-lione 7-7846. Outboard motors r&e
aired, also,
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfc-6-2


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LIS V. ROWAN POST 116, THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
RE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
first and third Monday nights
p.m., American Legion Home. Company Port St. Joe
-- Model Homes, Inc. Port St. Joe
RE WILL BE a regular com- St. Joe Bakery, Inc. Port St. Jo"
nication of Port St. Joe Lodge It is further directed that a copy
111, F&AM every first and of this notice be published one
Thursday at 8:00 p.m. time in the Port St. Joe Star, a
newspaper published in Port St.
Joe, Florida, in which county the
home office of the above listed cor-
EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M. portions are shown to be located.
ROY L. BURCH, Secty. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
master Masons cordially Invited hereunto set my hand and caus-
ed the Great Seal of the State
. M.-Regular convocation of of Florida, to be affixed at
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.. Tallahassee, the Capital, this
nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- the 6th day of January A. D.,
others welcome. R. W. Smith, 1958.
Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary. R. A. GRAY,
Secretary of State
LEGAL ADVERTISING (SEAL)
N THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. Star Want Ads Get Results I
n Chancery.
lIE M.. BENNETT
'laintiff,
LEY C. BENNETT, SR.,
defendantt
mTI'T'E TO HARLEY C BEN-


T, SR., whose place of resi-
e is 1216 Front St., Bingham-
N. Y.
or before the 24th day of Jan-
A.D. 1958 the defendant, Har-
C. Bennett, Sr., is required to
upon Hon. Mayo C. Johnson,
ntiff's Attorney, whose address
. O. Box 1095, Panama City,
da, a copy of and file with the
k of said Court, the original of
nawer to the Bill of Complaint.
against him herein.
[T'NESS my hand and official
of said Court at Wewahitchka,
County, Florida, this 28th day
december, A.D. 1957.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court. 4t
Gulf County. Florida 1-2
CUIT COURT SEAL)


RADE US that useless article for NOTICE OF INTENTION
something useful. STOP and TO DISSOLVE CORPORATIONS
'WAP. 'Notice is hereby given under the
provisions of Section 608.3,6 Florida
Keys Made While You Wait Statutes, 1953, to each of the cor-
35c EACH portions listed below, the same be-
.BICYCLE PARTS ing incorporated under the laws of
BICYCLTE PART Florida, and according to the re-
WESTERN AUTO cords of the Secretary of State,
I HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES each and every such corporation ap-
PANA-CRAFT BOATS pears delinquent for three (3) years
and E-Z TRAILERS or s ore in the filing of reports and
payment of taxes under the provi-
Reel Parts and Repairs sio of Section 608.33, Florida Sta-
F YOU ARE INTERESTED In tutes, 1953, and that under the )ro-
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in san visions of said Section 608.36, Flor-
ing money see us for anything ida Statutes, 1953, said corporations
SWAP SHOP. TOP ve been classed as subject to dis-
WA SOP. solution, and that three (3) months
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE after date of this publication each
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310 and every such corporation listed
Fourth St. eating night every other below that has not in the meantime
Monday. filed its reports due and paid hhe
taxes due "under the provisions of
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0. Section 608.33, Florida Statutes,
0. F.-Meets first and third 19,3, will be certified to the Gover-
Fridays, 7:30 p.m. In Masonic nor of the State of Florida, who
Hall. All members urged to attend; will Issue a Proclamation at that
visiting brethren Invited. time dissolving said corporation.
C. W. LONG, N. G. GULF COUNTY
J. C. PRICE, Secty. Gilbert Construction and Supply

"Furniture Repaired and Refinished the Right Way"

"THE REFINISHING SHOP"
MEXICO BEACH WAREHOUSE


Panama City, Fla.
Free Estimates


Mexico Beach Station


GEORGE W. PECK, Sr., Prop.


THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1958
ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
The Rev. Gardner D. Underhlll
Priest-in-Charge
Third Sunday after Epiphany,
Jan. 26. 7:30 a.m., Celebration of
the Holy Communion. 9:45 a.m.,
Church School. 11:00 a.m., Morn-
ing Prayer and sermon. 7:30 p.m.,
The Episcopal Young Churchman.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.


NEWS MUSIC WEATHER
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