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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: February 13, 1958
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR
Serving Port St. Joe with the
news of Port St. Joe and
Gulf County.


THE


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


TWENTY-FIRST YEAR SORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1958 NUMBER 20


SHospital Auxiliary.



Officers For Year

iThe Port St. Joe Hospital Auxil
iary met Thursday at the home of
SMrs. Joe Hendrix on Garrison Ave-
nue at 10 a.m. and officers were


Chamber A stStreets





Be Put In County Paving Plans


THREE PROUD SHARKS hold the IN
ence trophy above following the cha
cy Saturday night. They are left
Wayne Taylor and Terry Hinote.

Defeat Malone, 44-30 In Finals


Sharks Win


Conference


Port St. Joe's fighting Sharks c
urday night in Quincy .when they wre
Conference tournament crown from a


The Sharks overcame a 12 year
jinx In NWFC play to take the
crown. Malone proved to be the
undoing of the Sharks in last year's
tournament.
Wayne Taylor, the Sharks all-
state center, came off the bench
.amid a long ovation from the Si.
Joe fans. Despite a bad charley-
horse, he led the Sharks to the
championship.
The score was tied at 15-all when
the half time whistle blew. Tay'or
then came through, dumped in 13
points and grabbed nine rebounds
to make the difference in the wide
game-ending margin. Terry Hinote,
recent player of the week, paced
the Sharks in the scoring column
with 15 points. Three fouls on hi-
note in the first quarter prompted
Coach Craig to use him sparingly
In the remainder of the game.
Malone was completely tiei up
by the Sharks and were able to hit;
only 23 per cent of their sho,3. Joe


Southwest Florida Confer-
impionship game in Quin-
to right, Frank Fletcher,





tNWF


Tourney


ame through agafi last Sat
tested the Northwest Florida
fighting Malone five.


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OLD CEMETERY is shown af
fence has been built. Furth(
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Rodgers scored 11 points to p: ce LOnservaUTIn v0or1
the Tigers scorers. I
An all-conference team selection To Preserve Old S
by the sportswriters and officials
had Malone and Port St. Joe dom-
inating the picks. The St. Joseph Historical Soci
]Port St. Joe placed James Knight,
-tv of Port St. Joe has been success


Terry Hinote and Ed Smith. Picked
from Malone were Frank Owens,
SRudy Nordan, Gayle Duce and Joe
Rogers. Others picked were Wayne
Edwards and John Sodec of Quin-
cy; Wes Shoemaker, Chipley; Har-
old Donaldson, Walton and Wilton
McRae of Marianna.
Port St. Joe's Wayne Taylor re-
ceived honorable mention for his
half game performance.
The score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 8 7 18 11-44
Malone 6 9 8 7-30
St. Joe fg ft tp Malone fg ft tp
Fletcher 2 1 5 Duce 0 0 6
Knight 0 5 5 Rogers 2 1 5
M'white 1 0 2 Tindell 4 3 11
Hinote 5 5 15 Owens 3 1 .7
Taylor 5 3 13 Helms 0 0 0
Mitchell 2 0, 4 Mathis 2 0 4
Smith 0 0 0 Nordon 1 1 3

Basketball Tomorrow

An adult basketball game will
be played here tonight at 'the
High School Gymnasium.
The two teams playing will be
the town team and a team from
Tyndall Air Force iBase.
Game time will be at 7:30 p.m.
No admission charge will be
made.


ful in seeing that work has begui
on restoring the old St. Joseph Cen
etery, the last remaining evident<
of the ancient city of St. Joseph.
The cemetery is populated wit
the graves of several of the found
ers of the ancient city of St. J
seph over 130 years ago. Also
the cemetery are seafarers wi
came to St. Joseph bearing ti
germs of the yellow fever, dreaded
scourge of Florida in this time. Th
fever is listed as the "straw th
broke the camel's back" in destroy
ing the bustling city and its pop
lation.
For many years the old cemete
has laid in ruins with vandals ro
bing the graves and vaults for so
4 venirs. Through the efforts of t
Historical Society, the city h
cleaned off the old cemetery si
and constructed a fence around
The Society is now in the proce
of getting the State Park Servi
to landscape the area and plan
make the old burying ground in
a tourist attraction.
Members of the committee wor
ing on the restoration of the cem
tery are Mrs. Ned Porter, Mrs. H
bert Brinson, Mrs. Chauncey Co
tin, Mrs. Horace Soule, Mrs. Fr
Maddox and Mrs. Charles Brown


elected to serve for 195S.
New officers selected were Mrs. Church Crusade. C i
L. S. Bissett, President; Mrs.. Sara ,W C ua
Losan Kenney, Vice-President; MVCakes Plans
Mrs. T. D. Hutchins, Secretary;

Miss Minerva McLane, adinis-For Campaign ity H all
trator of the Municipal Hospital,
presented information and litera- A total of 2,350 attended church, A group of Port St. Joe
ture concerning the 65-foot reach- Sunday School and youth services of this week to urge that the
in refrigerator which, after some in Port St. Joe Sunday from the day of ths week to rge that the
discussion, the Auxiliary agreed to churches reporting their attendance. in a proposed bond issue for roi
purchase for the hospital. Several of the churches usually re- in the City -of Port St. Joe and, a
Miss McLane also presented plans porting failed to turn in their totals of the proposed bond issue to I
for the proposed addition to the before press time Wednesday. supplied from the State of Florid
hospital and explained that plans The laymen's committee, heading
call for an additional 24 beds, a new up the Church Attendance Crusade
negro nursery, new kitchen wing met Sunday afternoon at the First Coach Craig Tells How
featuring cafeteria style service, Paptist Church to think up new To Win The Cage Game
and new waiting rooms. She stated ways of promoting the Attendance --
Sthat the plans as drawn call for Crusade.' Coach Marfon Craig spoke to the
an expenditure of some $250,000 Among the means of spurring Kiwanis Club Tuesday on "What
while only $169,000 is available for church attendance was a telephone it Wuz, Wuz Basketball".
this purpose. Miss McLane advised campaign in which every telephone Craig, of course, spoke glowingly
that no agreement had yet been number in the Port St. Joe direc- of the tournament "we" won. "I"
reached on how the plans should be tcry will be called Saturday after- was tied up at the first half, he
modified to fit the available funds. noon inviting the people to attend said, but "we" beat 'em in the sec-
The chief project of the auxili- the church of their choice next Sun- ond half.
ary, the weekly rummage sale, then day. It was planned to try to put Coach Craig gave the Kiwanians
came under discussion. It was de- on a television program and some a little insight of the mechancis
cided to adopt the name of "The programs over the local radio sta- the coaching staff goes through in
Thrift Shop" for the enterprise and tion, WJOE to promote church at- playing basketball. "Everything we
it was decided also to improve the tendance. Each church with a bell do is done for a purpose-provided
quality of the merchandise in order will begin ringing their bells at it is done like we planned it", Craig
that higher prices could be set on 9:00 each Sunday morning and ring said. He said that the Sharks never
the articles for sale. It was further them continuously for 15 minutes meet a team unless something is
agreed that those members who to call the people to Sunday School known of their playing habits.
work in "The Thrift Shop" also and Church. "Some of our opponents think we
should be responsible the follow- Attendance reported for last are crazy to keep so many statis-
Sing week for visiting patients at the Sunday is as follows. tics", amid Craig, "but obviously
hospital, furnishing magazines, FIRST METHODIST they pay off".
writing letters, and in general, try- Worship Serivces ..----_ 25 Guests of the club were Tony
ing to make the patients' stay at Sunday School 167T Barbee, Jackie Griffin, Monroe Tin-
the hospital more pleasant. Fellowship 6 dell and John Preenell.
After the business session, coffee Mexico Be:-ch Methodist
a was served to the forty ladies pres- Worship Services 2
ent. .--- Sunday School s4 Babe Ruth League
Highland View Methodist Names New Officers
Worship Services 27 ----
Sunday School 18 New officers for the coming year
were elected by the Babe Ruth
HIGHLAND VIEW BAPTIST League meeting last Thursday night
Sunday School 101 at the Florida Power Lounge.
.* ,'t ^ Training Union 44 R. H. Ellzey was elected presi-
"-' ,.' ,*, ,^ .,,,, Worship Services ..---- 170 dent of the league for the coming
-" *.'S / -'* & ----,:,year. Other officers elected were
Y ,Q*k4 LONG AVENUE BAPTIST Joel Lovett, vice-presldent; H. C.
.. Sunday School 146 Harvey, secretary and player agent
Training Union 75 Sue Spaulding, treasurer and Joe
"' "- Worship Services .------..---- 231 Stevens, chief umpire.
P. layers in the Babe Ruth League
S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH are ages 13 through 15 and play on
Sunday School 51 a regulation sise diamond.
Youth Fellowship 17
Worship Services ----.. --.......... 104

Sunday School 32 ham ber
Training Union 99
after being cleaned up and a new Worship Services ------ 380 P a s s
er improvements are planned. ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL
d Holy Communion 25
k On Old Cemetery Church school so
Morning Prayer and Sermon 65
;t. Joseph Relics Evening Prayer 14 About 60 members of the
ZION FAIR BAPTIST merce met at the St. James' E
O A nSunday School 65 night for their annual dinner me
IGA Ad Is Again Worship Services .....-------...--- 141 meeting was to elect three new
n With An ErrorBYPU 26 to replace Joe Dowd, Vic Anders
n With An Error -completed their terms as direct
m- -NEW BETHEL AME New directors selected by the
ce And again the IGA Foodliner Sunday School 55 Chamber members were Tom Prid-
proofreaders missed one. Worship Services ---------- 115 geon, Tom Coldewey and G. F.
th it isn't bacon this week though. K Lawrence. All three of these mem-
d- Manager Jimmy Allen cannot El Sh I bers will serve a three year term
o r- Elementary School ers will serve a three year term.
-in point an accusing finger at Mar ementry CPresident, Silas It. Stone put off
S Lam hndse mus T accept the Lunch Room Menu all business until the net regular
he they are selling peaches for the meeting in order that Mayor J. L.
ed tunhey are sellof spring peaches for theMonday, February 17 Sharit could address the Chamber
he 29c. This just isn't so. The peach- Corn beef hash, buttered rice, on a matter of vital importance to
Lat es are 29c for just ONE can. steamed cabbage, corn bread, cook- the City.
y- Jimmy blames the error on the ies and milk. Sharit addressed the clstreetub on the
u- cold weather.Tuesday, February 18 problem of getting the streets in
Spiced ham slices, baked beans, the City of Port St. Joe repaved.
ry ------ buttered spinach, prunes, white Sharit gave some of the past his-
ob- bread, tory of the present move to float
ou- Bradleys Plan Open Wednesday February 19 a bond issue by the County Com-
he House For Friday Hot dogs, potato salad, cabbage mission to pave roads in the Coun-
as slaw, ginger bread, and milk. ty. Sharit reported that the City
ite Rev. and Mrs. Edmund Bradley -Thursday, February 20 Commission was the author of the
it. are holding Open House at the Me- Sloppy joe, turnip greens, corn idea with the purpose in mind of
>ss thodist Parsonage, Friday night, bread, peanut butter crackers milk getting the city streets paved.
ce 7:30 until 9:00 p.m. All members and buns. "Some controversy has come up as


to
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of the church and friends are in-
vited to come by during these
hours.
The parsonage has recently had
new rooms added, new furniture
and the other part redecorated.


Send The Star to a frien&,


Friday, February 21 to whether or not the county can
Fish salad, cream peas, celery do this", said Sharit. Sharit out-
sticks cherry pie rolls and milk., Htued that the City wished to have
-9 all the streets in the City paved
Attend Funeral under the Iasue and was urging the
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rich and Mrs. backing of the Chamber in urging
Jack Sheffield and Donute attended the County Commlission to put the
the funeral of Mrs. Ben Rich in queatio to a test.
Bainbridge Saturday i'ternoon. I Sharit said that he had pretty


ets Public Meeting At


Tonight for Discussion

citizens appeared before the County Commission meeting Tues-
body adopt certain roads in the City of Port St. Joe for inclusion
ad paving in the county. The proposal included every street
according to calculations by engineers would use about $588,000.00
be issued against the County's Secondary Road funds, which are
ta to the County, from the take on gasoline taxes.


The group, composed of Earl T.
Pridgeon, Wayne Buttram, Bob Ell-
zey, Dave Maddox, M. P. Tomlin-
son, Roy Irwin, J. L. Sharit and C.
G. Costin, Jr., pointed out new in-
formation on the rules and regula-
tions of Secondary Road Fund ex-
penditures.
A resolution -(printed below) was
presented to the Commission urg-
ing them to adopt city streets in
Port St. Joe into their paving plans.
The Commission accepted their
resolution, their arguments and the
list of roads to be paved and im-
mediately asked for a public meet-
ing in Port St. Joe for tonight at
7:30 p.m. at the City Hall to talk
over the matter with the citizens of
the city.
What questions were to be asked
or what reason for the meeting was
not given by the commission.
Below is -the resolution presented
by the Chamber and the streets in
the City that the group is attempt-
ing to incorporate into a county
bond issue on the Secondary Road
Fund program.
A, .*SOL.UTIOCV
WHE.ufA%, this organization has
for some time observed the general
conditions of the public streets and
avenues in the city limits of Port
St. Joe in Gulf County, Florida, and
WHEREAS, it is the unanimous
opinion of all members of this or-
ganization that certain streets and
avenues in the city limits area of
Port St. Joe are in immediate need
of resurfacing, repair and/or build-
ing.
WHEREAS, this organization is
aware of the fact that certain funds
are available for the purpose of
street resurfacing, repair and con-
structing under the Secondary Road
Fund Program allocated to each
County in the State of Florida.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RE-
SOLVED BY ALL MEMBERS OF
THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA,
THAT:
iSECTION 1. It is the earnest de-
sire of this organization that the
Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florida authorize a
bond issue on the Secondary Road
Funds allocated by the State of
Florida, for the purpose of resurfac-
ing and improving the certain City
streets and avenues in the City
limits of Port St. Joe, in accordance
with the attached two pages of de-
signated streets and avenues, sixty-
nine (69) in number, all located in
the City limits area of Port St. Joe.
SECTION 2. It Is further the de-
sire and wish of this group that im-
mediate action on the aforemen-
tioned bond isue be completed as
soon as possible.
SECTION 3. That a certified copy
of this Resolution be forwarded
promptly to the Board of County
Commissioners, Gulf County, Flor-
ida. in Wewahitchka, Florida.
.'PORT ST. JOE CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE
SILAS R. .STONE
President.
STREETS
First Street, from City Dock to
Garrison Ave.
Second Street, from Monument
Avenue to First Street.
Third/-Street, from Monument
Ave. to Park Ave.
'Fourth Street from Bay Front to
Garrison Avenue.
Williams Ave., from First St. to
Fifth St.
Reid Ave., from First St. to Sixth
St.
Sixth St. from Monument Ave. to
Garrison Ave.
Seventh St. from Monument to
Woodward Ave.
Eighth St. from Monument Ave.
to Garrison Ave.
Ninth St., from Monument to
Woodward Ave.
Tenth St. from Monument to
Palm and Long to Knowles.
Thirteenth St., from Monument
to Monument and Marvin to Garri-
son.
(Continued oiz Page 4)


Elects 3 Directors



kes On Resolution


Port St. Joe Chamber of Com-
Episcopal Parish House Monday
eting. The main purpose of the
directors for a three year period
son and Silas R. Stone who have
ors of the organization.


reliable reports from the Road De-
partment and the Governor's office
that the roads could be paved un-
der the issue. He pointed out that
if the roads were not paved under
the issue, costly assessments would
have to be born by citizens to re-
pave city streets.
City Attorney Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
took the floor briefly to report that
district Road Chairman James Nel-
son of Pensacola had denied the
County the right to include the
City Roads in the bond issue. He
stated that he had assurances
from the Road Department that
the streets could be paved. He said
that Nelson was still sticking by
the limitations of secondary road
funds to connecting links and farm
to market roads. "The definition of
a connecting link is very vague",
said Costin. Costin said that all
Nelson wanted was an assurance
that the program was legal before
giving it his stamp of approval. "If
the proposed roads are included in
the program, the Development Com-
mission will ascertain if the pro-


Garden Club Is Making
Flower Show Plans

The Port St. Joe Garden Club is
planning its Flower Show well in
advance of the show dates which
have been set for April 19 and 20.
All plant material, whether in
pots or grown outdoors must have
been grown by the exhibitor at
least sixty days preferably ninety
days before the show. This gives
you a chance to have your plants
or specimen in blue ribbon condi-
tion. All sign of insect damage, dirt
or spray material should be remov-
ed from plants and blossoms and
foliage specimen material before
exhibiting. This adds to the ap-
pearance of your display and the
overall beauty and quality of the
show. So let's have the entire show
in clean tip top shape for 1958.
There can be no plant material
appearing on the State Conserva-
tion list exhibited in any form ex-
cept on its own root and used for
educational purpose.
Following is a list of most of
these plants we might be tempted
to use: dogwood, redbud, mountain
laurel, trailing arbutus, all holly
including youpon yellow jassamine
sweet bay and all Florida orchids.


ject is legal or not", Costin pointed Magnolia grandiflora has been re-
(Continued On Page 4) moved from the list.


STA"









Carol Thompson Becomes


Bride of William Joseph Rish


Miss Carol Elizabeth Thompson.
daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Woods 4 $ ,"r
Thompson of Port St. Joe, and .
Charles E. Thompson of Titusville, '
became the bride of William Joseph
Rish, son of Mr. and Mis. Roy P. .-
Rish, Sr., of Wewahitchka, Sunday,
February 2 at 4:30 o'clock in the
First Baptist Church.
COfficiating in the double ring ft
ceremony was the Rev. C. Byron
Smith.
The couple repeated their vows
before an altar with a background
of magnolias .and lighted candles A
Enhanced by two beautiful floor
baskets of gladioli and chry-santhe-
mums on either side of the altar
and a smaller arrangement centered
in the background.
Miss Nancy Pridgeon, organist,
presented the pre-nuptial music *
which included: "Lieberstraum,"
"Through the Years", "Oh Promise
Me", '"ICh Libe Dich", "Melody of
Love", and "Always", and accom- .
panied Tommy Pridgeon who sang "
"Because" and "The Lord's Pray-
or".
Miss Jean Mahon was maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were the Misses o .
Gwen Casey of Atlanta, Ga., cousin
of 'the bride, Cindy Carbonneau and
Mrs. Robert Plair, of Port St. Joe, .
-and Connie Rish, niece of the bride- .
groom was the flower girl.
The maid of honor and brides -
maids wore dresses of delphinium MR. and MRS. WIL
blue chiffon over taffeta featuring
wide chiffon sashes, crossing in
front and caught into a bustle ef- a gown of beautiful nylon tulle ap-
feet and full waltz length skirts. pliqued with rosepoint patterned
Their headbands were of blue chif- hand-clipped chantilly lace over
fon trimmed with seed pearls and bride's satin with a Sabrine neck-
tulle. They carried cascades of pink line. A shoulder length veil of silk
carnations illusion and a tiara of pearls and
The flower girl wore an identical- sequins completed the bridal cos-
ly fashioned gown and headband tumie. The bride carried a lace-cov-
and carried a miniature cascade ered white Bible topped with a
of pink carnations. white orchid.
The bride's mother wore a dress
Henry ish served as his broth- of rose beige lace over taffeta with
her's best man. The ushers were Roy satin trmi. Her accessories were
P. Rish, Jr., Robert Rish and James of corresponding shades of rose.
Guilford, Jr. Her corsage was a purple orchid.
The bride, given in marriage by The bridegroom's mother wore
her uncle, Carl H. Woods, Jr., wore pink crepe with black accessories.


LIAM JOSEPH RISH


Her corsage was blue Dutch Iris,
A reception was held in the so-
cial hall of the church.
Attention was focused on the
bride's table which was covered
with a pink net cloth edged with
pink satin ribbon and matching
bows at each corner with a full
flounce that fell to the floor over-
laid a pink-lined cloth. Silver can-
dlesticks entwined with white car-
nations and holding white tapers
illuminated each end of the table.
The beautifully decorated three
tiered wedding cake was topped
with a miniature bride and groom
and Lilies of the Valley.


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Anohter table with matching
cloth held a crystal punch bowl
which was encircled with fern and
camellias. Nuts and multi-colored
mints and candles in crystal hold-
er: were placed at vantage points
on the table.
Miss Delores Chism presided
over the bride's book.
The punch bowl was presided
over by Mrs. Albert Carbonneau
and Mrs. Ronald Mahon. Others as-
sisting were Mrs. Cecil' Costin, Sr.,
Miss Martha Costin, Mrs. Carl
Woods, Jr., Mrs. Ralph Nance, Mrs.
Tom Pridgeon, Mrs. Marion Park'er,
Mrs. Joel Strait, Mrs. 0. M. Tay-
lor and Mrs. William Quarles.
After a short wedding trip the
couple will reside at 2055 N. W.
Third Ave., Gainesvalle.
Mrs. Rish is a graduate from
Port St. Joe High School and Mr.
Rish from Wewahitchka High. Both
are currently attending the Univer-
|sity of Florida.
Members of the bride's family
attending the wedding were Mrs.
Charles J. Thompson, grandmother,
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PORT ST. JOE FLORIDA


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1958


Tea Party Honors


Thompson of Albany, Ga. CarolThompson
'Other out of town guests attend-
ing were Capt. and Mrs. Roy P. Miss Carol Thompson, who be-
Rish, Jr., Moultrie, Ga., Mrs. James came the bride of William J. Rish


Visit In Cottondale
Mrs. Wayne Buttram and Mrs.
Wesley R. Ramsey spent Monday
in Cottondale visiting Rev. C. J.
Buttram.

Patient In Hospital
B. B. Conklin is a patient at the


Rusn, ivr. anu lirs. R oer usn, 'on February 2, was complimented Municipal Hospital where he is con-
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Norton, Sarah by, a lovely tea on Thursday after- fined with the flu.
and Charles Norton, Mr. and Mrs. noon, January 30, at the home of I
Max Kilbourn, Mr. and Mrs. Jo- Mrs. C. L. Costin. Hostesses for! Visit In Iron City
seph Whitfield, Mr. and Mrs. Joe the occasion were Mrs. Joel Strait, i Mrs. E. J. Rich spent last week
Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Alt Miller- Mrs. Marion Parker and Miss Dew-end with Mrs. J.. L. Peters of Iron
green, Mrs. Lawrence Bateman, Mrs. lores Chism. 'City, Ga. Mr. Rich and David joined-
Tom O'Neal Mrs. Silas Meredith, A motif of pink and white was'Mrs. Rich Sunday.
Mrs. L. C. Joines Mr. and Mrs. Da- used throughout the party rooms. ______c ua____
vid Gaskin, Ted Brown, Mr. and The tea table was covered with a Week End Visitors
Mrs. Felton Smith, Mrs. John Grif- lace-over-pink cloth centered with Guests last week end of Mr. and
fin, Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal McDaniell, a silver epergne of pink snapdragon Mrs. W. sley Ramsey were their
Mrs. Jack Connell of Wewahitchka, and white stock. Silver appoint- son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Holt Simonton of mnents, complimented the lovely ta- Mrs. B. L. Ramsey from Pensacola.
Panama City, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley ble. Coffee was poured by Miss __
Elder, Gaye and Tim Elder of Chat- Martha Costin.
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Circle 3 Meets

With Mrs. Costin

Circle 3 met February 10 in th
home of Mrs. Chauncey Costin with
10 members and three visitors, Mrs
Ruth Soule, Mrs. Bradford and Mrs
G. S. Croxton in attendance.
Mrs. Costin conducted the devc
tional, choosing "Prayer" for he
subject, with scripture taken fror
,Matthew 6, followed by prayer.
The program presented by Mrs
Norton Kilbourn was also on "Pray
er", and she stressed these pointe
Effective prayer should follow
special schedule, at a given time
each day. It is also good to go apar
as Christ did, often, however, on
can pray not actually saying words
while going about daily tasks
Prayers should always be simple.
Since nexrt.week is the time fo:
the annual observance of dedica
tion, a short article was given on
the purposes, namely, for the cul
tivation of the spiritual life of the
people, and for renewed emphasis
upon the "Great Commission", and
its meaning for our generation. The
voluntary offerings given at this
time are assigned to the Division
of National Missions (30%); the
Division of World Missions (50%)
and the Methodist Commission foi
Overseas Relife (20%).
Following up the recent study of
* Japan an article was given on the
* subject "Christianity, Japan and
the Countryside". Prayer closed
the program. Taking part were Mes-
dames Kilbourn, Gibson, Suber and
Swatts.
During the business session the
minutes were read, reports were
made on circle activities and other
routine matters discussed presided
over by the chairman, Mrs. W. D.
Jones.
Mrs. G. S. Croxton, president, re-
minded the circle of Open House
to be at the Methodist parsonage
Friday night, Feb. 14, also the joint
meeting with the Guild Monday
night, Feb. 17 to which the mem-
bers will bring a covered dish.
The members were urged to at-
tend the Wednesday night prayer
service at 7:20 and church on Sun-
days. The next circle meeting will
be in the home of Mrs. Tom Byrd
at St. Joe Beach.
The meeting was closed with the
WSOS benediction.


WSCS Has Regular

Business Meeting

Members of the Wesleyan Ser-
vice Guild were hostesses on Sun-
day afternoon February 9, for the
quarterly Guild District Meeting,
held in the church sanctuary. Mrs.
Marie Glenn, District Secretary,
presided during the business meet-
ing, and members of the Marianna
'Guild presented the inspiring pro-
gram entitled, "Stewardship and
Service". Guilds from Bonifay,
IBlountstown, Marianna, Chipley,
Panama City and Port St. Joe were
represented.
Following the business meeting,
a social hour was enjoyed with the
hostesses serving coffee, cake and
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'Player of the Week'

From Tallahassee Democrat tie same week with Hinote scoring
Port St. Joe's Terry Hinote, only 12 points.
whose acucracy from the floor in- His climb in the Big Bend soer-
creases as he continues his upward ing race has been a steady one in
climb in the Big Bend scoring race the two weeks since results have
hba received the Demorat's nonmi- been tabulated.


nation for "Player of the Week"
honors.
The 6-2 senior center's selection
came as the result of a week's
work in which the Sharks won
three games while dropping only
one (to M.arianna).
In the threetgame victory streak
in the consideration period for vot.
ing honors Hinote hit 22 against
Blountstown, 26 as the Sharks
downed Wewahitchka and 18 in a


win over Chipley.
St. Joe fell to Marianna,


5-41 in


Two weeks ago he was in seventh
,,pot with a 16.5 average but moved
up a notch to sixth last week as
he increased his total points to 180
and his average to 18.
His 12 points against Marianna
gave him 192 points but his overall
percentage dropped to 17.5.
Described as a superior defensive
player and all-around team man by
Shark 'Coach Marion Craig. Hinote
has averaged snagaging at least 12


Donalsonville, Ga., with Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin Thomas and Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Barber.
W. H. Weeks was a week end
visitor at Tampa, and Lake Alfred.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Patterson and
son Joe and Mrs. Ruby Howard
and children spent the week end in
Graceville with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. L. Best and Mrs. Nan-
cy Patterson.
Mr. and Mrs. Lig Keels and Mrs.
Bonnie McPherson visited over the
week end in Anniston, Ala.
Miss Betty Butts visited in Pen-
sacola with her sister over the week
end, Miss Mavis Butts.
Mrs. Sparks Weekly and daugh-
ter of Orange, Texas were the week
end visitors of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Raffield and family.
Mrs. Curtis Adams has returned
home after spending several weeks
in Holt with her brother, John Har-
relson. He is improving now after
recently being ill.
Virgil Allen, and Clinton Pigott
of Panacea visited Clinton Cox on
Friday.
,Rev. T. C. Earnest and family,
a steady 60 per cent and reached
its highest in the Blountstown game
when he his .750 from the floor and
.710 on free throws.
"Player of the Week" selections
are made by the Democrat sports
staff with the aid of Big Bend
coaches.
The week in which Hinote was


1,rebor0ds :,ach game. selected was on ages January
His field goal accuracy has been through January 24.


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1958, NEWS FROM
Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
PHONE BAII 7-4652
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Burke and
son of Brewton, Ala., were week
end visitors here, in Port St. Joe
and Apalachicola visiting with
friends and relatives.
SMrs. A. L. Jorzynka and sons of
: Tacoma, Wash., are on a two week
visit here with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Raffield. Mrs. Jorzyn-
ka is the former Shirley Raffield.
Mrs. G. W. Skipper and Miss
w June Chitty and Carol Young had
supper in Bonifay Wednesday night
with June's mother.
We are glad to have Mrs. Annie
Pitts back home where she has
been visiting her daughter Mrs.
John Rogers of Bay Minette, Ala.,
for several weeks.
il Mr. and Mrs. Lee Watts and
1[ !, daughter spent the week end in


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Troy Jones, George Ramsey ani day Monday, Feb. 10 at her home TUESDAY: Ham sandwiches, Week End Visitors
Mrs. Sam Graves attended Perry Different kinds of games were tossed salad, peach cobbler and Week End Visitors
Godwin's funeral in Blountstown played during the evening. Birth- milk. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Warren, Mr.
Tuesday. day cake and punch were served to WEDNESDAY: Fried chicken, and Mrs. W. L. McKinnon, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Skipper and those helping Joann celebrate were English peas, fruit jello, biscuits, Mrs. W. A. Chestnut and family all
son Donnie of Panama City spent Barbara Jean and Bobby James Al- butter and milk. of Panama City were visitors of
the week end with his parents, Mr. len, Sue McCormick, Jimmie Gain- THURSDAY: Creole liver, rice, Mr. and Mrs. John Beasley over the
and Mrs. G. W. Skipper. ous, Marlene Adkins, Phyllis Miles, cabbage, apple, raisin salad, wheat week end.
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Little Betty Bray, Barbara and John Lew- bread butter and milk.
and boys visited their parents over is, Helen Peak, Ann Watson and FRIDAY: Lima beans, turnips, NEWS MUSIC WEATHER
the week ned. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Forest VanCamp. cherry cobbler, corn bread, butter
Little of Andalusia, Ala., and Mrs. WMS Meeting and milk W J0
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and Mrs. A. L. Jorzynka and .ons meeting with 11 members present. You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
visited Monday and Tuesday in The program title was "Doorposts
Bay Minette, Ala., with their sis- and Gates". Mrs. Richter was in
ter and aunt, Mrs. John Rogers. charge of the meeting. She real LOng Ave. artist urc
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stone at- the opening scripture taken from
tended the funeral of Odel Stone Deu. 6:4-9. The group sang "Lead REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Sunday evening at Shady Grove. On 0 King Eternal". Those having SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Howell and parts on the program were Mrs. E. MORNIN GWORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
daughter Patricia of Parker spent R. DuBose, Nora Lee Roney, Mrs. APTST TRA UNION 6
Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Mae T. 0. Richards, Mrs. Hallman, Mrs. BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -- 6:45 p.m.
Raffield and family. W. W. Garrett, Mrs. Ruth Harbuck, EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
Mrs. Clinton Cox, Miss Mary Cox Mrs. Alice Macomber, Mrs. Pauline PRAYE RSERVICE (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m.
and Jimmy Cox attended the fun- Christmas, Mrs. Maxine Mills. The
eral of Mrs. Cox's brother-in-law meeting was dismissed by Mrs. Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Will Gray of Carrabelle Thursday. Roney.
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Mrs. Gracie Van Camp honored MONDAY: Hamburger patties, VISITORS ALW AYS WELCOME
her daughter Joann Vancamp with mustard greens ,rolls, butter and
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MINUTES OF THIE
COUNTY COMMISSION
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
JANUARY 30, 1958
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida met
this date in special session, pur-
suant to a recess taken on Jan-
uary 18, 1958, with the following
members present: G. S. Croxton,
Chairman, E. C. Harden, Sr., J. C.
Price and A. J. Strickland. The
Clerk Sheriff and Attorney were al-
so present.
'The meeting came to order at
6:00 p.m.
The invocation was given by
Rev. Dwight Wooten, Pastor of he
Methodist Church of Wewahitchka.
There were approximately 100
visitors from Port St. Joe present.
The Chairman announced that
Comm .Coope ris absent because he


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and that was, "We want a Colored
precinct and don't care what -you
do concerning other precincts."
The Supervisor requested all visi-
tors present to stand if they were
in favor fo a separate precinct for
the Colored people in Port St. Joe,
and thereupon, all' visitors stood,
signifying that thye wanted the Su-
pervisor to recommend a new pre-
cinct for the Colored voters in Port
St. Joe.
Mr. Fred Maddox and Mr. Wal-
ter Graham told the Supervisor that
they know the situation that now
exists in Precinct No. 8 and as-
sured her that a change is needed
for the welfare of the people of the
County.
After lengthy discussion and a
short recess, the Supervisor made
the following recommendation:
1. That a new voting precinct be
created by dividing precinct No. 8


s sick andi confined to his bed. 2. That the boundaries of the
The Chairman announced that new precinct be as follows: Bound
Mrs. C. G. Rish, Supervisor of Reg- on the South by the Apal-;luco!a
istration, has not made a recom- Northern Railroad. tracks; on the
mendation with reference to chang- ,est by St. Joseph's Bay a:,d onil
ing any of the voting precincts; the rith and East by tne City
that Mrs. Rish said she needed Limits of Port St. Joe.
more time to considre the request
made upon her by a group of Port Wot.eupon, Comm. arden givehe
St. Joe citizens, before recommend- rol;,ced that in order to give bhe
ing any change in precinct No. 8; Boa:u tme to study th re. nm-
and that this Board can take no mp c.'1n as ofipred by "t.c. Super-
action to change a voting precinct visor of Registration, that ne moves
without the approval and recom- the Board to table this matter and
mendation of the supervisor, that another special meeting be
Mr. Ben C. Williams requested called to take the necessary action.
the Chairman to hold the meeting In a discussion on the motion,
in session long enough to allow Comm. Price said it would be good
someone to go to the Supervisors to delay action at this time to al-
home and request her to come be- low additional time for the Super-
fore this meeting to give this mat- visor and Board to consider possi-'
ter further consideration. The ble changes in other precincts. Mr.
Chairman announced that the meet- 'Ben C. Williams informed the
ing will be in recess until Mrs. C. Board that he was not interested
G. Rish arrives, in any change, except to give the
Mrs. C. G. Rish being now pres- Colored people in Port St. Joe a
ent, the meeting came to order, precinct. Mrs. John C. Dickey sug-
The attorney advised the Board gested that the oBard take action
that he finds that. the 1957 Florida on this matter tonight and if nec-
Statutes has changed the dates for essary, take action on any other
changing a precinct and that ac- change later. Mr. John C. Dickey
cording to the 1957 Statutes that he said he wanted to know how each
received on January 29, 1958, the Board Member felt about this re-
last day that a voting precinct may quest. Comm. Strickland said he
be changed is 84 days prior to the wanted to see the Board take action
first Primary in any General Elec- on the recommendation tonight.
tion Year, which according to this The motion was seconded by
new statutes, the Board will have Comm. Price and upon vote, the
several months before the last day following votes: Aye: Harden,
to make a precinct change. Price and the Chairman. Nay:
Mr. Ben Williams requested the Strickland.
Clerk to read the minutes of the Comm. Strickland announced that
January 28 meeting, in order that he has been watchnig this situation
everyone present may understand for years and that he knows that a
the exact request made upon the change should be made and that
Board at that meeting. The Clerk the people here deserve an answer
then read said minutes. tonight. The Chairman announced
Mrs. C. G. Rish, Supervisor of that he voted for the motion be-
Registration, announced that sev- cause he thought the Board needed
veral people called on her at her additional time to consider this and
residence on the night of January other possible changes.
28, 1958 and informed her that they The Chailrman then announced
were interested in Precinct No. 8 that the question before the oBard
being split into two precincts, giv- tonight will be re-considered at a
ing the Colored voters a precinct special meeting to be called at a
of their own, and requested her to later date. ,
make such a recommendation to There being no further business
the Board of County Commission- to come before the Board, the
ers, in order that said Board may meeting did then adjourn.
take action on this matter at a ATTEST:
special meeting to be held January George Y. Core G. S. Croxton
30, 1958; that she wanted to do Clerk Chairman
what the majority of the people in
Precinct No. 8 wanted, but she was
the voters in Precinct No. 8 wanted
this change because only one per-
son from said precinct was in the
delegation that called on her and
the others were from other Pre-
cincts in the County; that she has
not made a recommendation to the
County Commisisoners in this mat-
ter because she wanted additional LIQUID OR TABLETS
time in which to consider her re- i TO STOP
commendation., M E TO STOP
Hon. Silas R. Stone, Attorney CM'-.'" MISERIES BECAUSE
from Port St. Joe, told the Sup.er- N. E~ S BM@RE I 0
visor that she was representing YOUj CN RELY ON 666
all the people of Gulf County and .. _
not just the people in Precinct No.
8 and that she should give this mat-
ter her full consideration.
J. A. Garrett said that he voted
in.Precinct No. 8 and knew a great
number of others that voted there
and that the yall wanted the Color- In ille I A erl vice
ed people to have a precinct of their
own and further stated that he
could get a petition signed by 90% BILL CARGILL
of the Colored voters requesting a
separate precinct for them. St. Joe Motor Co. Gulf Station
Mr. Ben C. Williams said that
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1958



EDITORIAL

The time has come again for the people of Port St. Joe to
stand up for their needs. The County Commission is meeting
in Port St. Joe tonight at 7:30 P.M. at the City Hall to ascertain
"What the people of Port St. Joe want" insofar as the proposed
County Road construction bond issue is concerned.
Let us pause right here and say that we are in favor of a
bond issue. As it now appears, in a few years the state will do
away with secondary road payments for construction of County
road construction. If Gulf County has their funds tied up partly
in a bond issue, the state will be obligated to pay them off -- and
Gulf County and Port St. Joe will have paved streets.
The Commissioners have been given many opinions as to
what they can and cannot spend their state secondary road funds
for in the way of roads. Some opinions say they can spend the
funds in any way or anywhere they desire -- even inside the
limits of incorporated cities. Some say they must be limited as
their road construction plans may not include any road except
farm to market roads or highway connecting links. Gulf County
has very, very few farm to market roads. The sources of informa-
tion for both arguments are impressive for their being in a posi-
tion to know which is right and which is wrong. Why the dif-
ferences of opinion we do not know. Perhaps, as someone
has said, nobody has gone to the trouble to test the law and see
just which opinion is right.
As was reported in this paper several weeks ago the Com-
missioners were going along with the advice that they could
not construct roads within the city limits. Contrary to our edi-
torial of some three weeks ago -- they were acting on what they
thought to be sound advice. And perhaps the advisor thought
so, too.
Later opinions from the Road Board, the Governor and
the Attojney General of the State of Florida now offer the opinion
that the County CAN build the roads in the .city. The former
opinions offered the County also came from high up offices so
one can easily see their delima.
Tuesday, the Chamber of Commerce unanimously offered
the resolution printed on page one of this issue to the Board. The
Chamber members (tax-payers all) urged the adoption of the
roads listed for the bond issue. The County still is not sure -of
who is right and is reluctant for the matter to go to the Supreme
Court if they are wrong.
Our City Commission and,the Chamber of Commerce is
urging that the County test this law. There would be no cost
to the county in the testing.
Now, where you the citizen fit into the picture, is that the
County Board will meet tonight in Port St. Joe to hear your
wishes in the matter.
.This newspaper urges that you attend and make your
wishes known.
This newspaper urges that you stand behind the City
Commission and the Chamber of Commerce in asking that every
street in Port St. Joe be included in this bond issue for resurfac-
ing and paving.
There is no need to point out to you that all the streets in
Port St. Joe need paving. The only other way to do it is through
property assessment. This means of paving financing would
cost property owners approximately $90.00 to $100.00 cold hard
cash out of the property owner's pocket for every lot he owned.
So you see, it is to your advantage to see that this matter is
carried out as the City Commission desires. Your presence to-
night will help you and your City.

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FIRE AWAY, WAS THE COMMAND And order was carried out by all
players in the finals of the Northwest Florida Conference Basketball tournament
in Quincy last Saturday night. Port St. Joe, who won the conference football
title added the cage crown to their list of accomplishments, by defeating Malone,
44-30. The first photo shows the Sharks' All-State center, Wayne Taylor jump-
ing high for a good shot. The St. Joe star came off the bench (note bandaged


Working of School Intramural

Sports Program Is Explained


By PAT SPEARS
*During the past few weeks and
in times previous, I have reported
to you activities sponsored by the
Intramural Board of Port St. Joe
High.
It occurred to me a day or so ago
that there may be some of you who
do not know what the Intramural
Board is, its purpose, nor its bene-
fits.
'The Board plans and regulates
the competitive sports program
carried on within the school. This
program is carried on for the bene-
fit of those students who wish to
compete in organized sports, but
do not have the time or inclination


right leg) after missing most of the tourney with a bar charley horse, to pace
the Sharks last half charge into the winner's circle. Frank Fletcher passes off
in the second photo, as Malone's Gayle Duce tries to stop the play. Frank
Owens of Malone leaps at the Sharks' David Musselwhite in the final picture,
but doesn't keep the Port St. Joe forward from completing his attempt.
(Photos Courtesy Panama City News)


The officers are President, Wayne, Wakefield won first place in the
Taylor; Vice-President, Charles' contest, according to Mrs. S. Pa-
Boyer, Secretary, Pat Spears and trenos, in charge of the local con-
Treasurer Frances Spears. The club test. The decision was rendered by
is sponsored by Coach Marion two judges. Mrs. Wakefield resides
Craig. on 16th Street and is very active


to participate on the varsity level. The leadership training offered in clubs, church, 'and community
The members of this board are members of this board is limited work.
chosen by the members of each only by the individual's capacity After the contest, refreshments
homeroom. All homerooms are rep- for leadership. of coffee and cake were enjoyed.
resented by one girl and one boy. Each contestant received a gift and
They are selected by popular ballot. Mrs. Wakefield was presented with,
The students representing the MrS. Wakefield two West Bend aluminum cake
homerooms are as follows: 12A, I-ana.
Pat Spears and Wayne Taylor. 12P. Wins Contest Mrs. Wakbfield's victory makes
Kathleen Thomason and Charles -IOSI hed eligible to compete in the Dis-
Boyer. 11AB Ronnie Young, Rich- t-- rict Contest, which will be held
ard Zipperer and Patti Redd. 10A The annual Orange Cake Contest on February 21 in hte Florida Pow-
Frances Spaers and Willie Daniell. sponsored by Florida Power Cor- Pr Corporation office in Apalachi-
10B Bobby Burkett and Carolyn portion was held, in the Home Ser- cola. The community is very proud
Byrd. 10C Frank Griffin and Sue vice Center recently. Many beauti- to have Mrs. Wakefield as their
Tucker. 9A Albert Ray and Made- ful and delicious cakes were enter- contestant and wish for her the
line Gill. 9B Bo Williams. 9C Sybil ed by homemakers of Port St. Joe. very best of luck and victory for
Tucker and Edward Montgomery. The cake baked by Mrs. A. P. the State Championship.


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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1958


Navy To Enlist "Heart of Dixie
Company" From This Part of South
A special Navy Recruit Company that the "Heart of Dixis Company"
to be known as the "Heart of Dixie'will be made up of 75 men who
Company" will be enlisted from the will go to San Diego, California as
Birmingham Recruiting District in a group for their "boot" training.
February. The Birmingham Navy The unit is scheduled to leave from
Recruiting District includes Ala- Birmingham on the 27th of Febru-
bama, Northern Florida and East- ary. Present plans are to send the
ern Mississippi. group by air.
Chief A. B. Hynes of the Panama In discussing the training period
City Navy Recruiting Station said Chief Hynes said, "This is a great


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ceive his recruit training with his was formed and subsequently re-
friends. During the approximately 'ceived recruit training at the Navy
10 weeks of "hoot" training the Training Center in San Diego, Cal-
men of this company will stay to- ifornia. In competition with 13 oth-
gether and train as a unit. Follow- er companies, the "Heart of Dixie
ing the training period the members Company" led the field in all pha-
of the "Heart of Dixie Company" ses of training and was graduated
will have the opportunity to return with honors at the graduation cere-
home on leave at the same time. monies. Member of the new "Heart
The Navy has special programs for of Dixie Company" will again have
high school graduates who can the chance to prove that the men
qualify for them and they will be from this area are "tops" in what-
available to graduates enlisting in ever they do.
this company." All young men between the ages
The "Heart of Dixis Company" of 17 and 31 are eligible to enlist.
will be the second such company Navy 1Recruiters urge interested
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,Company". All processing must be
completed by 26 February. More Distinguished Visitor
information concerning this. unit A distinguished visitor to Port
can be obtained at any Navy Re- St. Joe this week was, Elbert P.
cruising Station. In Port St. Joe Tuttle, U. S. Federal Judge of the
the Navy Recruiting Station is lo- 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, Now
cated in the Post Office building. Orleans, Louisiana. While in St,
The Recruiter is on hand every
Thursday afternoon from noon un- Joe, Jufte Tuttle, and his wife were
til 3 p.m. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B3n
Dickens.
During World War II, Judge Tut-
Mrs. Stevens Hostess tle was a General in the United
States Army and Ben Dickens was
To WSCS Meeting a staff officer under his command.
Wes1eyan Service Guild of ST. JAMES CHURCH
the First Methodist -Church met EPISCOPAL '
Monday evening, February 10, at Rev. Gardner D. Underhill Rector
the home of Mrs. Dean Stevens on Quinquagesima, February 16. 7:30
16th Street for a business meeting a.m., Celebration of the Holy Eu-
and the third session of the current czarist. 9:45 a.m., Church School.
study on the Gospel of St. Mark, 11:00 a.m., Morning prayer and
"Disciples to Such A Lord". sermon, This service, will be fol-
Following a brief busd-n&,%s sea-Ilowed immediately by the regular
slon, Mrs. Judith Parker opened monthly covered dish dinner. Be
the study with a review of the pre- sure to attend the dinner. 7:30 p.m.,
vious sessions, and Mrs. Nora Beas- Evening prayer followed immediate-
ley led in the opening prayer. The ly by a meeting of the Episcopal
call to worship was brought by Mrs. Young Churchmen. 7:00 p.m. (CST)
Dorothy Walters. Four chapters Evening prayer and sermon at St.
from the -study book were reviewed, John's Church, WeWahitchka.
with the following mmebers taking Ash Wednesday, February 1-9. The
part: Mrs. Elizabeth Tomlinson, first day in Lent. 7:30 a.m., The
Mrs. Betty Hawking, Mrs. Joann Holy Eucharist with Lentne Pray-
Wise, -and Mrs. Jean Lamberson. ers. 7:30 p.m., The Litany, A Peni-
Mrs. Parker brought the summary potential Office for Ash Wednesday


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mison/al y in Ln1 uongo, a elu 11
changing face of modern Africa.
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activities as supervising mainten-
ance of misison station machines
and cars, directing laborers in car-
pentry and masonry, training Con-
golese in mechanical and construc-
tion skills, directing the student-aid
work of the mission, and maintain-
ing station business and finance re.
cords. During the year prior to his
return on furlough, Mr. Watt was
acting secretary and treasurer for
the entire Congo misison of the
Presbyterian Church, with more
than 170 missionaries and hundreds
of Congolese workers.
Mr. Watt and his wife, the for-
mer Miss Geongia McKay of Ameri-
cus and Thomasville, Georgia, have
spent approximately 25 years in the
Congo. For a period from 1938 to
1947 for health reasons they were
not on the field, and during that
period Mr. Watt was in the whole-
sale fruit and produce business in
Americus. He is an elder of .the
Americus Presbyterian Church. A
native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
Mr. Watt originally went to the
field from Charleston, West Vir-
ginia.
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LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR

Wesley R. Ramsey
The Star
Dear Sir,
I have noticed with great interest
the Church Crusade that is now in
progress here in Port St. Joe. The
figures that have appeared in your
newspaper show that all churches
have increased their attendance.
This Crusade is of more impor-
tance than some people realize.
This program is conducted by lay-
men of the churches. Men who
stand out in front of the masses
and l'et people know they are men
of God, men who are not ashamed
of the part they take in religious
activities are to be admired.
In times such as these we must
return to our Maker for that feel-
ing we cannot get through material
things. Security in old age is not
the only objective of life. We must
prepare in this short stay on earth
for the life beyond the grave.
I want to express my thanks to
you for supporting this program
arid having a large part in making
it a success.
The American Legion has a pro-
gram called "Back To God" in which
we try to show our relation to God
and country. We of the American
Legion believe if we are in line
with God, our country will continue
to be the greatest country on the
face of this earth.
R. H. "Bob" ELILZEY
Cmdr. American Legion
Willis V. Rowan, Post 116

NEWS FROM
OAK GROVF
By JUANITA NORRIS

Mrs. Allen H. Norris and chil-
dren of Apalachicola visited with
friends and relatives Sunday
Mrs. Alen Cline of Panama Ci:y
is visiting with her parents for
several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Maddox attend-
e., '.he funeral of his brother in
Panama City Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pertzel and children
of Pensacola are visiting with the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
D. Shealey.
Mrs. Toby Worley and *children
are visiting in Bonifay with friends
and relatives for a few days.

Visitors From Rome
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cox visited
here last week with their parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Howell and
Mrs. Cox's brother, Mr and Mrs.
Billy Howell. The Cox's make their
home in Rome, Ga. While here Mr.
Cox and Billy Howell made a big
catch of fish and the Howell clan
enjoyed a big fish fry.

1 GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


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Hello!

By .R. GLENN BOYLES
National Institutes of Health
Bethesda, Md.
Greetings to friends in the
Sunshine State:


This is being written from'Mount
Airy, N. C. (the Granita City)
where I stopped overnight to say
howdy to the two people response
ble for my being in this world. My
father (past 88 years), my mother
(past 81) are both perky and heal-
thy, going about the days work
about as usual with less speed than
'50 years ago. Mom still mixes the
groceries well and I'm eating al-
most as high on the hog as I did
at home in old Joe. Speaking of
eating here's a special lunch menu:
Before yo suatrt on a trip, lay your
hand on your wife's shoulder, look
her straight in the eye, (sorta like
you did before you married her)
speak softly but firmly ask
her to hustle up two or three assort-
ed home style, St. Joe sandwiches
and slip a couple slices fresh, home
made cake in the sack put it
right in the seat beside you and
when you're a couple hundred miles
up the country and stopping to gas
up, git you a quart of cold milk .
unlax, rear back and put the chin
slippers to work methinks it's
'better than a Waldorf-Astoria
menu! (Can you imagine a dry
goods merchant trying to sell
lunch menus?) ,
Will you bear with me while I
mention two or three highlights in
addition to the best one of being
home with fl molks in St. Joe My
face is red as I admit visiting -the
St. Joe museum for the first time,
.a small, but most interesting and
entertaining spot. Mrs. Eunice
Brinson, the pleasant and capable
hostess is interested in her work
and most helpful. St. Joe can be
rightfully proud of this historic at-
traction ... it's worth your while
to muse awhile there Had a 'as-
ual chat with Mayor Sharit that
left this sort of feeling in me: "St.
Joe, the light is green turn on
the steam and let's go". It's my
opinion that our little city will
continue to move forward accord-
ing to the amount of loyalty, devo-
tion and plain hard work necessary
to make progress anyplace. Sun-
day afternoon had a pleasant drive
out to Indian Pass Beach and a
cup of coffee with Mrs. J. T. Mc-
Neill and J. 0. Bragdon in Miss
Gypsy's cozy cottage by the sea.
The years have slowed Mrs. Mac
down (as well as the rest of us)
but she's still her smiling, humor-
ous self and there's rest and peace
out there. Got a little low down on
the seafood business from J. 0.
Would it be in order to say that
Indian Pass, quaint and interesting,
is another one of St. Joe's assets
and attractions along with St. Joe
Beach, Beacon Hill and Mexico
Beach?
Just as I was leaving town bump-
ed into W. C. Forehand of Highland
View. W. C. at 92 is going about
his business as usual. It does some-
thing to one just to shake the hand
of a guy like that (one asks ones'
self: "Reckon I've got a chance?")
We can be proud of our neighbor,
Highland View. Hardworking, for-
ward-looking folks are on the move
there!
Friends, I'll close with this little
re-minder: Please turn your dial
to 1570 every day at 6 p.m. (except
Tuesday and Saturday) and listen
to Boyles Dept. Store's Sunshine
News program over WJOE. Excit-
ing, money having Dollar Days con-
tinue through this week you'll
get the latest news of the Sunshine
State, too! Now for some home
style buckwheat pancakes they
go well twice daily here! This col-
umn will come from Maryland next
week.

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Presbyterians To Garden Notes

Hear Missionary Let's plant glads! Glads like
Florida's well drained sandy soil.
If anyone ever doubted that a Before planting the bed should be
great variety of skills is required dug out to a depth of six inches
of a modern-day missionary, read- and enriched with a balanced fer-
ing the list of activities of Mission- tilizer at the rate of one pound to
ary J. Franklin Watt, from the Bel- 15 feet of row.
giant Congo, would be convincing. Buy good bulbs since strong bulbs
Mr. Watt, a missionary for the resist diseases as well as furnish
'better blooms. Plant about five inch-
Presbyterian Church, U. S., is list- r looms Pat about tiv inch-
ed as in industrial missionary. He ^ deep and ab~t ive inches
is in the United States on furlough apart.
and will speak on Wednesday, Feb- Provide an inch of water every
two weeks in cold weather, weekly
ruary 19 at 7:30 p.m. at the Pres- two weeks cold weath
byterian Church when he will tell
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1958


Chamber Elects


Butzetfs Drug Store
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
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Chamber Asks Streets
(Continued From Page 1)
'Fourteenth St. from Constitution
to Long.
Fifteenth St. from Monument
to Long.
Sixteenth St., Constitution to
Garrison.
'Nineteenth St., Long to Long.
Twentieth St., from Constitution
to Garrison.
Palm Blvd., from 10th to 18th.
Long Ave., From 1st to City Lim-
its.
Woodward Ave., from 1st to 16th
McClellan Ave., from 10th to 16th
Marvin Ave. from 6th to 20th.
Garrison Ave. from 5th to 16th.
Wescott Circle, Complete.
Hunter Circle, Complete.
Bellamy Circle, Complete
Main St., Ave. A to Ave. G.
Ave. A from Monument to North
Garrison Ave.
,Ave. B from Monument to North
Park.
Ave. C from Monument to North
Park.
Kenney St., from North Park to
North Garrison.
North Park from Ave. A to Ken-
ney St.
Ave. D from Monument to Peters
Ave. E, from Hodrick to Peters.
Ave. G from H-odrick to Main.
Hodrick St., from Ave. G to D.
Robbins Ave., from Kenney St. to
Ave. A.
Baltzell.from 1st St., to 5th St.
McClellan Ave., from 17th to 19th

Crain-Henderson
Wedding Announced

Mr. and. Mrs. Dud Crain of Port
St. Joe.announce the marriage of
their daughter Margie, to H. B.
Henderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. L.
Z. Henderson also of Port St. Joe.
The wedding took place January
25, 1958 at Wewahitchka with
members of the immediate families
present.
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FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on
Garrison Ave. 2 lots one block
this side of Gulf Sands Court.
FOR SALE: 1956 model Silver Star
trailer home. Sacrifice for $1200.
Equity in trailer. See Tom Pridgeon.
FOR SALE: Service station and
Motel at Mexico Beach.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAlI 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
FOR SALE: Two bedroom home
and two furnished apartments
now bringing $150 per month in-
come. Will sell for only $8,500.00.
A WELL FURNISHED beach cot-
tage at St. Joe Beach. House is
in good condition. $2400 down and
balance on easy terms.
TWO LOTS at corner of 10th Street
and Marvin Avenue. $1600.00.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-3491 211 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
FOR SALE: 4 lots in Highland
View. Lot nos. 3, 5, 9 and 10. Near
school. For information contact
Lonnei Gay at Oak Grove. 12tp-l-2
FOR RENT: New two bedroom
house. Call 7-3073, Mrs. J. S. Shi-
rey. tfc,1-2


FOR RENT: House on Third St.
Unfurnished. Phone 7-7736. 515
Third St., W. B. Ferrell. tfc-11-21
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house and two bedroom unfur-
nished apartment. Close in. Inquire
at 1904 Garrison Ave., or Phone
7-8642. tfc-1-30
FOR RENT: Unfurnished three
bedroom house with bath. 516
Third St. Call St. Joe Hdwe. 7-8111.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house in
White City. See Oscar Raffield
in Highland View, Third St. 2tp
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house on First Street. $50.00 mo.
See Bill Carr at St. Joe Hardware.
FOR RENT: 2 furnished apart-
ments. Phone 7-577.1. 1505 Monu-
ment Ave. 3tp-2-6
FOR RENT: Small house with bath.
$35.00 mo. Mrs. Henry Butts, High-
land View. tfc-2-6
UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
furniture look old? Bring it to
Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second
and Reid for expert rebuilding.
AVON COSMETICS offers oppor-
tunity to earn $40 to $50 weekly.
Capable women over 35 with car.
For interview in your home write
Mrs. Goodwin, Box 326, Parker, Fla.
NEW CAR OWNERS: Protect .that
bright new upholstery with tailor
made seat covers. Many fabrics to
choose from. Butler's Trim Shop,
Corner Second and Reid.


FOR RENT: Furnished comfortable
apartment. Suitable for couple(
only. Call or see Mrs. A. M. Jones
Sr. tfc-2-13
NICE TRAILER PARKING SPACE
Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133, Wimice
Lodge Apartments and Traile:
Park, White City. tfec-2-13
FOR RENT: Small unfurnisaed
apartment. Bedroom, kitchen anc
bath. Kitchen equipped. Phone BAl1
9-1301 or see J. A. Mira.


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FOR RENT: House on beach. Im-
mediate occupancy. See Silas R.
Stone or call 7-7161. tfc-2-13
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house with
bath in Highland View. $30 per
month. See John Odom or call BAll


7-5806.


3tp-2-13


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house. Phone 7-8141. Itp
FOR RENT: One 2 bedroom fur-
nished apartment. Call Alex Le-
Grone, phone 9-1481 Sat. and Sun.
only.
SPECIAL SERVICES
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.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. ttc-6-2
tIADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
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HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and TRAILERS
Re-el Parts and Repairs


F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing money see us for anything
'ou need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
-OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors re-
maired, also.
WILLIS V. ROWA1 POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
400 p.m., American Legion Home
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ROBERT W. SMITH, W.M.
ROY L. BURCH, Secty.
All Master Masons cordially invited
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M.; 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. R. W. Smith,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
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.


., LEGAL AD /ER RISING
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
14th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
o GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
r In Chancery.
3 ARCHIE HARREL, Plaintiff,
vs.
d ELIZABETH HARRELL, Defendant
d NOTICE TO ELIZABETH HAR-
1 REL whose place of residence is
unknown.
On or before the 27th day of
February, A.D., 1958 the defend-
ant, Elizabeth Harrel is required'
to serve upon Benjamin H. Dickens
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address
is 107 Second Street, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of and file with the
Clerk of said Court, the original of
an answer to the Bill of Complaint
filed against her herein for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 28 day
of January, A.D., 1958. 4t4--30
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court.
(SEAL)


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 14th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
RUBY NELL HOWARD )
Plaintiff, )
vs. )
ROGER DALE HOWARD, )
Defendant )
TO: ROGER DALE HOWARD, R.A.
13359289
Company B, 1st Bn. A/C Reg.
APO 114, New York, N. Y.
On or before the 8th day of April,
A.D., 1958, the defendant Roger
Dale Howard, is required to serve
upon Ernest C. Wimberly, plain-
tiff's attorney, whose address is
303 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of, and file with the
Clerk of this Court the original of,
an answer or other written defenses
to the complaint for divorce filed
against him herein.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said court at Wewahitchka, Gulf
County, Florida, this the 4th day
of February, A.D., 1958.
GEORGE Y. GORE
as Clerk of said Circuit
Court
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-2-6

Birth Announcements


Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eugene i
Abrams announce the birth of a t
son, Terence Gregory on February t
9. t
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Lee Lolly i
announce the birth of a daughter, 1
Donna Towanna on February 7. h
(All births occurred at the Mu- t
nicipal Hospital of Port St. Jo.e) p


MRS. PAUL FENSOM receives the key to the STAG house
from Mayor J. L. Sharit last Tuesday in the opening ceremon-
ies at the STAC house on Eighth Street. Mayor Sharit dedi-
cated the building along with the City Commission. (* photo)


Gobbler Season Set For Gaskin

Reservation For First Time This Year


The Gaskin Area will have a pany and the Game .and Fresh Wa-


gobbler season this spring for the
first time since the Area has been
opened to hunting. The Gaskin Area
will be open to gobbler hunting
from March 29 through April 6,
with hunting allowed one-half hour
before sunrise to twelve noon each
day. On this special hunt, regular
saeson turkey kills will apply on a
hunter's limit of two per day and
three per season.
A Public Hunting Area Permit is
required in addition to a hunting
license for a person to participate
in the hunt on the Gaskin Area.
Hunters who purchased a Public
Hunting Area Permit for the regu-
lar hunting season, will not be re-
quired to purchase an additional
permit for the gobbler hunt on the
Gaskin Area. The Public Hunting
Area Permit must be in the hunt-
er's possession as long as he parti-
cipates in the hunt and may be pur-
chased from the county judge or
designated agents.
Special Gaskin Area regulations
for the gobbler season that were
,not included during the regular sea-
son are as follows: (1) possession
of buckshot shells prohibited; (2)
rifles prohibited; (3) no dogs al-
lowed in the area; and (4) hunt
participants with guns will not be
allowed on .the Gaskin Area before
one hour prior to sunrise and must
be off the area by one p.m.
Hunters will not be required to
check in and out ,but will be check-
ed in the field. The hunt headquar-
ters located at CCC Roads 11 and
101, will not be operated during
this special hunt. It is requested
that turkey kills be reported to
field technicians and local wildlife
officers.
During the regular season's hunt
on the Gaskin Area, a total of 31
deer and 11 turkeys were killed.
This is an increase of two deer and
nine turkeys over the previous hunt-
ing season. Over 600 Public Hunting
Area Permits were purchased by
hunters in Bay,' Calhoun and Gulf
counties to hunt on the Gaskin
Area during the regular hunting
season.
The Gaskin Area is located on
land which is owned mainly by In-
ternational and St. Joe Paper Com-
panies. International Paper Com-
pany, realizing the growing popu-
larity of the Gaskin Area and ap-
preciating the cooperation received
from the hunters, have taken steps
to improve the facilities on the
Area. International Paper Company
constructed a picnic area at the in-
tersection of CCC Roads 11 and
101. Water, plus facilities for cook-
ing and eating, are available at
this picnic area. International Pa-
per Company also printed a de-
tailed color- map of the Gaskin
Area which was made available to
ocal sportsmen. The Gaskin Area's
hunts are made possible through
he cooperation of Intrenational Pa-
per Company, St. Joe Paper Com-


ter Fish Commission.
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Mrs. Smith Hostess

To Presbyterian Women

The Women of the Presbyterian
Church met at the home of Mrs.
John Robert Smith on Monday, Feb-
ruary 10. Mrs. Kay Clark, presided
during the business session. Mrs.
Sydney Brown, program chairman,
introduced the February study 'of
"Nature and Mission of the Church"
Mrs. Lawrence Bossett very aptly
traced the Biblical relation of the
"Covenant People of God" as rela-
'ted to "The Church, God's Ser-
vant."
A social hour concluded the meet-
ing with the following members and
guest present: Mrs. Lawrence Bis-
sett, Mrs. Sidney Brown, Mrs. Kay
Clark, Mrs. Joe Christian, Mrs. M.
H. Elder, Mrs. C. W. Long Mrs.
Howard McKinnon, Mrs. T. J. Mit-
chell, Mrs. J. E. Perritt, Mrs. J. C.
Price, Mrs. Warren Settlemire, Mrs.
J. A. Stebel, Mrs. W. L. Winters,
Mrs. J. P. Morrison Mrs. Pauline
Condrey and Mrs. John R. Smith.
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(Continued from page 1)
out.
Costin also pointed out that the
Road Board would meet in Lake
City on February 15 and the Coun-
ty's request would be taken up at
that time if it is presented to the
Road Board.
Commissioner Bob Ellzey spoke
briefly pointing out the need as
far as population, for the roads in
Port St. Joe, using as an example
a proposed road to the Jones
Homestead Area which would serve
approximately six families.
Sharit again took the floor and
reported that of the proposed mil-
lion dollar bond .issue, $590,188.00
would be needed to resurface all
the streets in Port St. Joe. He
urged that the Chamber adopt a
Resolution to the County Commis-
sion to urge them to repave all the
streets in the city.
George G. Tapper made the mo-
tion that the resolution be present-
ed stressing that the County Com-
mission was in sympathy with Port
St. Joe's interest in the project and
that the legality of the matter was
all that was holding it back. He
told the group that the resolution
would show the group's backing of
the Commission in testing the le-
gality of the city paving.
The Chamber voted unanimously
to adopt the resolution.


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