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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 20, 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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THE STAR
Serving Port St. Joe with the
news of Port St. Joe and
Gulf. County.


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


TWENTY-FIRST YEAR -ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1958 NUMBER 21


o Get


City Pavilng fro County


SNOWMEN BUILDERS above are left to right (front) Mrs. W. S. Quarles and Debbie and Steve
Hattaway. Back row, left to right, Grady Player, Mrs. Joe Mira, Toni Mira, Mrs. W. L. Smith
J. A. Mira, Mrs. T. J. Mitchell, Bill Quarles, Jr., Clyde White, W. S. Quarles, Sr., and W. L.
Smith. Kneeling (right) are Biff Quarles nad Mrs. W. S. Quarles, Jr. The snowman was
made on the Quarles front lawn by all these "contractors". (* photo)


"-'3.


THE FIRST SNOWMAN to be reported completed Wednesc
night is the above gentleman built by Christy and Shelley C
deway. Father Tom had a hand in the building too, althou
he was in the bed with the flu the day before. The sno
man's nose is made of a carrot (frozen of course). ( photo


pCTUAED ABOVE is the City Hall in Port St. Joe with
white lawn Thursday morning, following the two inch rn
pf Wednesday night. ({ p.h

S Ta || Toon the local home flooI.
Craig Talks To 0 .'This was not happen-so
Craig, "we had to work at i
Rotary Club we couldn't work at it prope
til we had the gym,"
0oach Marion Craig brought the Craig reported that tho bas:
Iotary Club a timely talk on the future for Port St. Joe is
sports program at the high school bright. "Some of St. Joe's
last Thursday at noon. players are now coming up tl
Qraig dwealt mostly on basket- Junior High" he comment
ball and spoke with satisfaction of commented on the differe-nt
the Sharks record, especially since' of basketball in the local s
ort St.,, Joe .High's gymnasium has Beginning with the grammar
been constructed. Craig reported tournament which introduce
that in the three years since the boys to the game, the baste
local school has had a gym, the series goes through the Junio
Sharks have won 68 games and lost I teams, Junior Varsity and
eight. They have not lost a game squads.


St. Joe Has

Two Inch Snow

It snowed -in Port St. Joe last
Wednesday night for the third time
since 1900 according to word from
T. H. Stone, who is the only wno
has been here since that time.
We got the word on the snow
frorn his son Jesse, who said that
according to his dad it snowed
around 1910 and then again in 1933.
Jesse says he was just a child at
the second snowfall and that Joe
Sharit, now Mayor, kot out at night
and woke up all the kids in town
to tell them It was snowing.- .
According to ,aesse, the snowfall
then was about .the same as last
Wednesday fight.
Wednesday's snowfall amounted
to about three inches during the
night. It had melted down to about
two inches by Thursday morning.
Had It not been for the warm con-
dition of the ground at the snow's
start. Port St. Joe would probably
have had snow on the ground for
several days.
Snow nmen and snow balls dotted
the landscape the next morning af-
ter the snow and attendance at
school Thursday morning was
Snowman construction wasn'trse".
Snowman construction wasn't


S.- jut limited to children as many
aduitls were out at 11:00 p.m. Wed-
n nesday night under lights happily
building the snowmen.
lay

oh- Sikes Gives Hope For
New Home Financing
W-
to) Congressman Bob Sikes announced
today that home builders in small
communities having trouble find-
irg mortgage financing are urged
',"* to investigate the Voluntary Home
.:, i Mortgage Credit Program.
"This program", Sikes said, "has
.s,. been the answer to mortgage pro-
',- grams for over 30,000 people who
-;:- have obtained 2I4 million of mort-,
.. gage 0mo1y, The program was set
4 u1) by congress to put prospective
home buyers and builders in small.
communities in touch with lenders
who have funds available for Gov-
erment insured loans. By using the
VHMCP 31,6 families in the state
of Florida, who otherwise might
,not have been ab il tg eoUre fi-
nancilg, hve been successful in
obtaining loans from private lend-
ers."
its "Anyone interested in the pro-
SI ram should write to John J. Vax,
Low Executive Secretary V'I:vICP Re-
to) gion YI, 402 Wao Building, Adcan-
- ta 3, GOorgia, for further informa-
tion," Sikes said.
', said
t. And "Since we are winning at pres-
rly un- ent", Craig aid,' "Port St. Joe is
sure to get the name of emphasizing
1-0-111- 1 -4-n myagoe stucAi- T... wuIA


'ketball
indeed
s best
hrougil
d. He
levels
ehools.
school
es the
ketball
)r High
Varsity


Ihall playing over studies i would
like to report that out of 80 ath-
letes, each taking six subjects, only
three failing grade have been
made, They either make their
grades or they don't play."
Prior to the program, the Club
uninamously adopted a resolution
to the County Board of Commis-
sioners urging their utmost efforts
in getting Port St. Joe's streets
included in a proposed road bond
issue.


Sharks Defeat

Quincy, Bay High;,

Lose To Malone

Will Play Last Home
Game Tomorrow Night

The Port St. Joe Sharks suffered
their third defeat of the season
last Friday night when they were
defeated by the Malone Tigers on
the Tigers' home floor.
The Tigers gained a 56-45 revenge
over their defeat at the hands of
the Sharks in the Northwest Florida
conference finals two weeks ago
in Quincy.,
The Sharks, playing virtually the
entire game without the services
of their all-state center Wayne
Taylor, were unable to cope with
the wellbalanced Tigers offense.
Hinote was high point man for
the night With 12 points followed
by Frank Fletcher with 11.
The score by quarters:


Port St. Joe


Ma
Sh
Fl
Kn
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Mi
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alone


16 10 5 15-46
15 16 8 17-56


harks fg ft tp Malone
etcher 4 3 11 Owens
night 2 5 9 Helms
note 6 0 12 Tindell
'white 0 2 2 Duce
nith 1 1 3 Rcgers
itchell 2 4 8 Mathis
aylor 0 1 1 Nordan
Franklin
Baxter
Bevis

Frank Fletcher took the


fg ft tp
4 3 11
0 0 0
6 2 14
2 5 9
3 1 7
1 4 8
1 2 4
00 0
11 3
0 0 0

scoring


'Continued on page 8)


Laymen Will Go

On TV Program

The Laymen's Church Attendance
Crusade will go on the air over
television tomorrow afternoon from
5:30 to 6:00 p.m. to promote at-
tendance -of church in Port St. Joe.
The program will be televised over
WJDM with a panel of six local
laymen to appear on the program.
Each Saturday from now until
Easter, the Crusade leaders will,
also appear over station WJOE to!
promote local attendance. The pro-
gram will be aired from 5:45 to:
6:00 p.m. each Saturday evening.
Church attendance for the past
Sunday was as follows:
WHITE CITY BAPTIST
Sunday School .--.--.....----....------ 86
Training Union 49
Worship Services ..----.---.... ---136

FIRST METHODIST
Sunday School 168
Youth Fellowship 45'
Worship Services ------ 251
Highland View Methodist
Sunday Services 18
Worship Services -... 29
Mexico Beach Methodist
Sunday School 21
Worship Services .0

LONG AVENUE BAPTIST
Sunday School 143
Training Union 79
Worship Services ....-.-----.235

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School 222
Training Union 105
Worship Services ....-........---- 337

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 44
Worship Services ... 79
Youth Fellowship 18

OAK GROVE ASSEMBLY
Sunday School 148
Children's Church 33
Worship Services ........-------- 258

ST. JAMES' EPISCOPAL,
.Holy Communio ------------12
Church School .27


Worship Services 64
Young Churchmen ---. --- 14

NEW BETHEL AME CHURCH
Sunday School 31
Worship Services 69


Charles Wilson Dies

In Auto Accident

Lit. Charles C. Wilson, Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wilson cf
this city was killed last Sunday
morning -in an automobile accident
near Mission, Texas.
Wilson was born in Tuscaloosa,
Ala., July 10, 1930 and moved to
Port St. Joe as a young boy with his
parents. He graduated from Port
St. Joe High School and attended
college in Spartanburg, C.' 0.
At the time of his death he was
-a Lieutenant in the U. S. Air Force
stationed at Moore AFB in Mission,
Texas.
Funeral services were held Tues-
day afternoon at the Long Avenue
Baptist Church at 3 p.m. Services
were conducted by the Rev. J. C.
Odum, assisted by Rev. G. T. Hin-
ton.
Interment was in Tuscaloosa, Ala-
bama in the family plot.
Lt. Wilson is survived by his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wilson of
this city; two sisters, Mrs. Sara
Lewis of Jackson, Miss., and Mrs.
Martha L. Hughes of El Paso Tex-
as; his grandmother, Mrs. W. T.
Hassell of Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments.

PTA's Will Observe
"Founders Day" Tonight

The combined P-TA's of Port St.
Joe will observe "Founder's. Day"
tonight in a. combined meeting, ,at
the Elementary School Auditorium.
Meeting time is 8:00 p.m.
Guest speaker for the evening
will be Mrs. Audrey Newman, a
member of the State Bbard of Edu-


cation. B.B.. Scission has
of the program.


County Puts City



Streets On List


Hopes for paving of the streets in Port St. Joe were kept
alive Tuesday when representatives of the County and City
Commissions met with the State Road Board in Lake City to pre-
sent their wants in the form of a Resolution. The Resolution
received neither a "no" or a "yes", .but a "we will study the mat-
ter and let you know". Other information gained after the meet-
ing from the Attorney General of the State of Florida, led to a
spark optimism in Port St. Joe having its city streets included in
a County bond issue for road paving.
v Port St. Joe had won another


George Tapper To



Head C of C In '58


Chamber President


W. C. McKissack

Dies in Carrabelle

William C. MoKissack, 80, long-
time druggist of Carrabelle diea
Monday morning at the Carrabelle
Hospital. He had operated the drug
itotv at Carrabelle for the past 50
years.
Funeral services were held at 3
p.m. Wednesday afternoon conduct-
ed by Rev. Harold M. Patrick, as-
sisted by Rev. A. D. Martin. Burial
was in the Carrabelle Cemetery.
He is survived by four sons, W,
C., Jr., of Newark, N. J.I John R.
of Boston and Charles L. and By-


The board of directors of the
Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce
met Monday night at the Chato to
elect officers to serve for the com-
ing year, and make plans for -the
annual Chamber dinner meeting.
Elected to serve for the coming
year were George G, Tapper, presi-
dent; Tom S. Coldewey, vice-pres-
ident and S. L. Barke, secretary-
treasurer. ,,
Plans were made to hold the an-
nual dinner meeting on March 10 at
the Centennial Building in Port St.
Joe. Members are urged to bring
as guests any prospective member
for the Chamber. Wives of mem-
bers also will be guests at this
meeting.
Tapper in taking over the post
of leadership from outgoing presi-
dent Silas R. Stone, long has been
active in civic affairs of Port St.
Joe. He is a past president of the
Junior Chamber of Commerce and
was a state director for the Jay-
cees during 1946-47 when he ser-
ved as local president.
Tapper is a veteran state legisla-
tor, having served six years as
Gulf County's representative and
four years in the Senate represent-
ing the 25th District. He also ser-
ved as chairman of the Board of
County Commissioners and is a past
president of the Port St. Joe Ro-
tary Club. He is engaged in the gen-
eral contracting business in Port
St. Joe where he has been located
for many years.
Coldewey, new Vice President of
the Chamber, is a longtime resident
of the city, and is a vice president
of the St. Joe Paper Company.


milestone in the fight to have its
city streets paved in a proposed
bond issue by the County on their
Secondary Road Fund money Thurs-
day night in the City Hall.
The City Commission, interested
Port St. Joe citizens, about 150
strong, and the County.Commission
met in the City Hall to "feel the
pulse of the citizens" toward hav-
ing the County to go to any lengths
to have City of Pont St. Joe streets
included into the bond issue. The
matter of paving city streets had
been questioned as to its legality
and the County was reluctant to
test the question in court. The
meeting was called' tho County
Board to see if the citizens of Port
St. Joe -.-"ed their to test the
question. To a diiaHr- the citizens
present lebt it .be known that they
desired any .steps necessary to in-
clude Port St. Joe paving" in the
bond issue.
As a result of Thursday's meet-
ing, the County Commission met in
special session to include all the
streets in Port St. Joe ('published
in last week's Star) in their reso-
lution to the State Road Board.
Tuesday, the State Road Board
met in Lake City and the matter
of the Resolution was presented to
them for action. A flat "no" from
that body had been predicted by
some, if tht streets in Port St. Joe
were included in the bond issue.
Appearing before the Board from
Gulf County were Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., and Bob Ellzey, representing
the City of Port St. Joe; David C.
Gaskin, representing the County
'Commission and Ben Dickens of
Port St. Joe.
Before the resolution was pre-
sented Costin spoke briefly to the
Board bringing them up to date
with all that had transpired on the
question, including assurances to
him (Costin) from both the Gover-
nor and the Attorney General that
the city streets could be included
legally.
After Costin spoke, Gaskin pre-
sented the resolution from the
County requesting certain streets
in Gulf County (including the
streets in Port St. Joe) to be paved
at one time with a bond Issue based
on Secondary Road Fund revenue
to the county.
James Nelson of Pensacola, Road
Board member from this district
was absent from the meeting due
to illness. Chairman Jones received
the resolution and told the delega-
tion that the Road Board would
study the request carefully and take
the matter up with the district
member and let the county know
its decision. Costin urged that the
Road Board carry the matter as far
as necessary to get the last word
In the matter if the Board renders
an unfavorable decision. Gaskin
said that the County had no wishes
to go to court on the matter.
Following the meeting, the Port


ron of Carrabelle; four daughters, Barke, who will serve as secretary- St. Joe delegation, Ellzey, Costin
Mrs. L. B. Newnan, Oteen, N. C.; treasurer for the Chamber, is also and Dickens pressed the Attorney
Mrs. Jewel Carpenter, San Diego, a long-time resident, and is presi- General Richard Ervin, for his
Calif.; Mrs. Maurice Dunoan Sr., dent of the Florida Bank at Port opinion as to whether city streets
Norfolk, Va, anld Mrs. Ruth Byars St. Joe.. can legally be paved under the pres-
of Waco Texas; six grandchildren i Other directors present at the ent laws. Ervin said that in his
and three great grandchildren. Board meeting were Harry H. opinion the paving could be done.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port 'Saunders, Earl T. Pridgeon, J. L.I And so we still wait for the final
LSt. Joe .was in charge of arrange- Miller, Joseph P. Hendrix, Durel decision, but the hopes seem to be
meats. .Brigman and G. F. Lawrence. [brightening up somewhat.


charge


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H.pge Sammkti Amu


Elementary Cage

Tournament Begins

The Port St. Joe Elementary
School Basketball Tournament got
off to a good start Saturday morn-
ing at the high school gymnasium.
Everyone saw a lot of fine bas-
ketball played by these young boys.
The games were exciting both
for the players as well as the fans.
The winners for last Saturday
are as follows:
6D defeated 6A by a score of 18
to 17 after two overtime periods.
Gardner toh ihe --.-ing honors in
his teams' victory with i4 points
followed by, Story with six points
for -.ihe loser. 6.C defeated GB 27 to
11 with 'Knight leading his team
with six points in their victory.
Hobbs also racked up six points
in his team's set-back. 5D lost a
hard fought game to 5A by a score
of 27 to 26. Wth only four seconds
(Continued On Page 8)








Swas decorative and interesting with
Bradley's Entertain With Open House Inew modern furniture. Taking the
limelight was the beautifully de-
At Newly Decorated Parsonage signed table with an arrangement
Sy of red carnations set in the center
of an antique silver five branched
On February 14 between .the and spacious Florida room. The candelabra holding lighted blue ta-
hours of 7:00 and 9:00 the Rev.'guests were conducted throughout pers, creating an intriguing pattern
and Mrs. Edmund Bradley enter- the house by Mns. G. S. Croxton and shadow effect on the Italian
trained members and friends of the and Mrs. Richard Lamberson. cutwork cloth. The Valentine mo
First Methodist Church of Port St. The living room was transformed tif was accentuated and the entire
Joe with a reception featuring Op- by soft blue walls with beautiful setting was dramatic.
en House at the newly decorated drapes, and a lovely new living Serving alternately in the dining
parsonage. room suite. Rose taupe carpets cre- room were Mrs. Morgan Jones and
The center of attention was the ated a handsome background and Mrs. Edwin Ramsey. Pouring cof-
new wing which included a large luxury touch. fee were Mrs. B. E. Rawls and Mrs.
pine paneled bedroom, tiled bath' The dining roof, opened ensuite,' Norton Kilbourn.


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Mr. Reid Lauterbach




will be here

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Monday, February 24


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New Spring and

/ Summer Fabrics

New Custom Tailored rrmdel garments
for you to see and try on.

A $22.50 CUSTOM TAILORED SLACK WILL BE AWARDED
AS A DOOR PRIZE AT THE TERMINATION OF THE SHOW\




6 MONTHS' V no or..r .
STO PAY Jm as you prefer. KAHN TAILORING C9
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Receiving with the Rev. and Mrs.
Bradley were their young son Mark
and lovely daughter Fran.
Out of town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Gainer, Mrs. Emory
Hobbs, and Mrs. Waldo Rowell
from St. Andrews.
The parsonage committee, includ-
ing Mrs. J. L. Sharit, Mrs. Fennon
Talley, Mrs. Gannon Buzzett and
Mns. Joe Hendrix rate applause.
Our Methodists deserve credit for
having a parsonage that is netirely
in step with today's living habits.
Friends and fellow members of
the First Methodist Church of Port
St. Joe--we salute you!
MRS. CHARLES A. BROWN

ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rev. G. D. Underhill, Rector
The First Sunday in Lent, Feb-
ruary 23, 1958. 7:30 a.m., Celebra-
tion of the Holy Eucharist. 9:45
a.m. Church School. 11:00 a.m. The
Litany, Ante-Communion and .ser-
mon. 7:30 p.m. Evening prayer fol-
lowed by a meeting of the Episcopal
Young Churchmen. St. Matthias,
\postle, Monday, February 14. 4:30
p.m. Confirmation Class for the
Youth at the Rectory.
Ember Day, Wednesday, Febru-
ary 26. 7:30 p.m. The Litany and
Instruction.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.


Circle Four Holds THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1958
February Meeting WS Sdist Church Friday night, February
WSCS Meets 21 at 7:30.
Circle No. 4 of the First Bap- h Meeting places for circles Mon-
tist Church held its February meet- Ataircle, February 24 are: Rawls
ing in the home of Mrs. H. F. Ay- Circle 2 with Mrs J. C. Martin.
ers with six members and two visi- The Woman's Society of Chris- Circle 2 with Mrs. C.Tom Byrdtin.
tors present. Mrs. T. 0. Poitevint tian Service held its regular month- Circle 4 with Mrs. Gus Creech at
presided in the absence of the Cir- ly program meeting Monday, Feb- 9:30 a.m.
cle chairman Mrs. W. 0. Nichols. ruary 17 at the Methodist Church The meetAng was closed with the
The devotion was given by Mrs. with Circle IV in charge. society benediction.
H. F. Ayers reading from Duet. 6: A recording of quiet music was -enediction.
4-12. Mrs. C. Byron Smith brought A recording of quiet music was
a good story from the February Isaiah yed. The call to worship from Mrs. Hallmark Hostess
Royal Service, "Write It On Their Badle y e ws ang tie by
Heart". After a short business ses- Bradley. The society sang the hynn To Circle Number I
sion the meeting was closed with "At Length There Dawns The Glor-
prayer by Mrs. L. W. Cx. ious Day .
prayer by Mrs. L. W. Cox. Mrs. Bradley read a poem while Circle No. 1 of the Methodist
Delicious refreshments of cake, all heads were bowed in medita- Church met with Mrs. Gordon Hall-
coffee and toaster nuts were serv- tion. mark with ten members present.
ed to the following members: Mrs. "Mrs. Chris Martin rendered a Mrs. B. E. Rawls the acting chair-
W. C. Byrd, Mrs. T. 0. Poitevint, solo, "Open My Eyes That I May man was in charge of the meeting.
Mrs. Tom Parker, Sr., Mrs. C G See". Mrs. Charles Brown had charge
Costin, Sr., Mrs H F Ayers Mrs This being Brotherhood Week a of the devotional period and Mrs.
C. E. Linton. responsive reading "Brotherhood In H. Adams read the scripture takes


Visitors were Mrs. C. Byron
Smith and Mrs. L. W. Cox.
The March meeting will be held
in the home of Mrs. T. 0. Polte-
vint on Garrison Avenue.

DISTRICT MEETING OF
PRESBYTERAN WOMEN
The meeting of District 11, will
be held in Port St. Joel, February
26, 1958. All Presbyterian Women
of htis District will be expected
to attend.


World Day of Prayer To Be Held

At Highland View Methodist Church
I


The prayers of chanting abori- g
gines in the wilds of central Aus- Gulf Chapter OES
tralia will be voiced in many Holds Meetinn
tongues throughout the world du- Holds Meeting
ring observence of the 1958 World
Day of Prayer, Feb.21. At a stated meeting


of Gulf
htrtl1A m-


iapteroLC iU. IJiV, u .1 ton I
February 11, Mrs. Anna Adams re-
ceived the Degrees of the Order.
The Hall was a lovel yipcture of
red camellias and greenery, with
red hearts everywhere depicting
the Valentine motif.
Mrs. Mary Forehand, Worthy Ma-


I


A committee of church women
in Melbourne, Australia collected
four of the prayers from nomadic
tribeswomen who have no written
language but have been taught the
Christian gospel. Context of the
simple prayers were found to be
attuned to the hopes and aspira-
Lions of all Christian peoples. A
round chem was written the service
for the annual international ob-
servences on the first Friday in'
Lent.
Each year the service is said in
some 60 languages and in more
that 1,000 dialects and always
comes from a different country.
Last year it was written by and
Hungarian emigre. This year it
comes from Australia.
World Day of ;Prayer, when
millions of women around the world
join in a 24 vigil, is set aside to u-
nite all Christians in the bond of
prayer and to make an offering for
Christians missions at home and
abroad.
This year the local planning
board for World Day of Prayer is
asking help especially for the agri-
cultural migrant workers of Florida.
Bay Coun'tians are asked to take
to the service good, used clothing
for the men, women, and children
who have been left destitute in the
citrus and truck-growing sections
of the ,state.
In the United States more than
25,000 communities will take part
in the 1958 observences.
In Port St. Joe services will be
held Friday, February 21st 7::30 P.
. M. at the Highland View Methodist
Church.


r W tTATE UNIVERSITY ....
Star Want Ads Get R,.suit,


Nature will do it if man will exclude wildfire. These fine pine seedlings weren't planted there.
They came in naturally. This can happen only when wildfire is kept out.


from Matthew 13:1-16. Mrs. O. M.
Taylor gave a short prayer. Sub-
ject for the program was, "Educa-
tion and Cultivation of The Wo-
men's Society of Christian Service".
A short skit was presented and bus-
iness was attended to.
The hostess served delicious le-
mon pie and coffee to the follow-
ing members: Mrs. Charles Brown,
Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mrs. Joe
Grimsley, 'Mrs. Hubert Richards,
Mrs. 0. M. Taylor, Mrs. Walter
Johnson, Sr., Mrs. K. Adams, Mrs.
S. B Witt, Mrs. Charles Wall nd
Mrs. Gordon Hallmark










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God" was read by the Society.
Those participating in the program
"Those Who Serve" were Mrs. J.
L. Sharit, Mrs. J. L. Temple, Mrs.
Ed Ramsey, Mrs. A. M. Jones, Jr.,
and Mrs. H W Griffin. A hymn,
"Awake, Awake To Love and
Work" closed the program.
Mrs. G. S. Croxton, president, pre-
sided during the business session.
Everyone is urged to attend the
World Day of Prayer service to be
held at the Highland View Metho-

tron, complimented the officers up-
on their beautiful and inspiring
work.
The Worthy Matron announced
the next stated meeting, February
25, will be the anniversary party.
All charter members urged 'to at-
tend. Two visitors were welcomed,
Mrs. Eva Brogdon, Mrs. Mary Camp-
bell of St. Andrews.
Mrs. Campbell, being a sister of
Mrs. Adams, asked permission, and
was granted, to present the new
member with a gift, an Eastern
Star pin.
The meeting was closed in ris-
ualistic form after which delicious
refreshments were served and a de-
lightful fellowship hour followed.


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NEWS FROM

Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
PHONE BAll 7-4652
Mrs. Peavy Minis left Saturday
for Atlanta where she will Visit
with her mother and family, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Knight and son,
Ralph.
Little Joe Bain from Tallahassee
is visiting her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. F. Ayers.
Rev. W. B. Holland and son,
Louie D. made a business trip o
Panama City Monday.


M.aicom Nugent of Cincina, tomato, and mik.
Ohio, was a recent visitor of Mr. WoDNESDAY: Blackeye peas,
and Mrs. W. H. Weeks. spinach, ice cream, cornbread, but-
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Patterson ter and milk.
had as their guests over the w;ek THURSDAY: Chicken and rice,
end, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Pattarsoa turnips, spice beets, rolls, butter
and children of Panama City and and milk.
J. D. Sellers and Donnie Saltse of FRDAY Macaroni and cheese,
Mr. and Mr. Johnnie Hewet .t siring beans, cherry cobbler, bread,
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hewett butter and milk.
spent the week end in DeFuniak ______
Springs visiting relatives and with
fri ends. Highland View PTA
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Patterson
were called to Graceville SundaytOn State Honor Roll
to Mrs. Patterson's mother who is
ill in a Chipley Hospital.
Mrs. Clinton Peterson and chil- According to the February issue
dren spent the week end in De- of 'the Florida Parent Teachers,
Funiak Springs visiting her mother the official bullitin of the Florida
and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Congress of Parents and Teachers,
Laird. the Highland View Elmentary
Hubert and Marjorie Cuambie at- School was the only P-T.A in Gulf
tended the fellowship valentine par- County Rated on the 1957-58 Mem-
ty on Friday night, February 14, bership Honer Roll.
at the Gulf Coast Community Col- Their were 416 Florida4 As-
lege in Panama City where Marjorie sociations listed, indicating that
is attending as a freshman. their membership for the current
WMU Meeting year in equal to their membership
The Woman's Missionary Union of the previous year.
of the Highland View Baptist Gulf County is in District 2 and
Church met at 3:00 p.m. on Mon- was one of ,the twelve Schools
day, February 17, wIith four mem- attaining this honer from their
hers present. Mrs. Ruth Harbuck district. The others were from Bay,
opened the meeting with prayer. A Jackson, and Washington Counties.


lesson from the Home Mission Book
"Look, Look The City" was studied
by the group. Mrs. Bell DuBose
closed the meeting with prayer.
World Day of Prayer
.. ,.,,,.. ,.,. ,,.. ,,


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Oakland Ard of
Jay, Fla., announce the birth of a
s.n Ronald Lee on February 1.
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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.
PRAYh RSERVICE (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street


VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


INCOME TAX SERVICE
323 Monument Ave.-Across from St. Joe Motor Co.
Phones 7-7421 and 7-2391 B. B. CONKLIN, Acot.


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The annual World Day of Prayer
observance will be held in the High-
land View Methodist Church with
Mrs. A. B. Pratt in charge of the
program, at 7:30 p.m. on Friday
night, February 21. The study and
program will be presented by the
ladies of the church. The members
of the church express a cordial in-
vitation for all the members of the
other churches to attend this an-
nual observance.
School Lunch Room Menu
MONDAY: .Meat loaf, apple,
pineapple, raisin salad, banana pud-
ding breast, butter and milk.
TUESDAY: Hot dogs on a bun
hash brown potatoes, lettuce and


Feb. 25
Feb. 25
Feb. 27


LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR

Mr. Wesley Ramsey
Editor of the Star
Port St. Joe,
Florida.
Dear Mr. Ramsey
I wish to use this letter as a
means both as an individual and as
an officer of my Church to express
our gratitude to the directors of the
"Go To Church Crusade" now in
progress in our community.
,It is comforting, encouraging and
inspiring to know that we have in
our community men such as the
Directors of "The Go To Church
Crusade" who in these busy times
gladly lay aside for a while their
every day wordly duties and devote
such time as is necessary to this
so needful and worth while effort.
Each citizen in our community
will greatly benifit if each will en-
ter 'into and support "The Go To
Church Crusade", so may I entreat
those of our people who do not
attend their Church regularly to do
so now and have a part in this "Go
To Church Crusade".
Respectively Yours,
HENRY CAMPBELL
Elder in the Presbyterian
Church.
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Junior Intramural

Set For Play-offs

By SUE DURANT
The Junior Intramural Board met
on February 11 and decided on
what days and what teams would
play each other in the champion-
ship matches. President Joe Whaley
presided over the meeting.
The list below shows what clas-
ses will play each other and on
what days. Both boys and girls.
Boys Tournament


February 17, at the Florida Power
Lounge. Hostesses for the shower
were Miss Ann Montgomery, Miss
Julia Brewton, Miss Kate Tillman
and Miss Loreta Burkett.
. Those attending the shower
were Mrs. F. E. Trammell, Mrs.
Dessie McCombs, Betty Ann Ford,
Lounell Crain, Kate Tillman, Mrs.
Trixie Rich, Ann Montgomery, Ju-
lia Brewton, Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr.,
Judy Fensom, Mrs. W. C. Prid-
geon Mrs. H. E. Rich, Mrs. L. Z.
Henderson, Mrs. H. L. Brewton,
Miss Kathleen Thomas, Mary El-
len Henderson, Rita Cooper, Mrs.
Clifford Tharpe Mrs. R. W. Jackson,


Mrs. Herman Barbee and the honor-
ee, Mrs. H. B. Henderson.
Those sending gifts were Mrs.
W. S. Quarles, Mrs Earl Rich, Mrs.
Dud Crain, Mrs Charles McClellan,
Mrs. Harris Harvey, Mrs. L. W.
Cox Mrs. June Chitty, Treva Camp-
bell, Mrs. J. C. Culpepper, Beverly
Baldwin, Ruth Hendrix, Vivian Bar-
bee, Mrs James Horton, Elizabeth
Brown and Vivian Stephens.

Mrs. E. W. Bradley and children,
Connie Lynn and Stevie are visit-
ing from Somerset, Mass., with
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Harrison and
children.


8C vs 8B
7A vs. SD
7C vs. 7,13
9' "-" 7D


March 4 Winners SC vs 813 vs
winners of 7A and SD.
March 4, winners 7B-7C vs win-
ners of SA and 7D.
March 6, Championship.
Girls Tournament
March 11 7D vs SC
March 11 --------- 7B vs 7C finalist
March 13, 7D vs 8C Winner plays
7A.
March 13, 8A vs 8D
March 18, Winners 8A vs 8D vs
7D, 8C and 7A finalist.
Winner 7B vs 7C finalist.
March 21 ------------- Championship
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Visiting Grandparents
Freddy Ard of Jay, Florida is
spending several weeks with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Watts.


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THE STAR
Publluhed Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, $3 00 SIX MONTHS $1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is- thoughtfully
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1958


Caing Shower on orsF rs HB.

Henderson, Monday, February 17

Mrs. H. B. Henderson, the former Mrs. George Montgomery, Mrs. By-
Miss Margie Crain, was honored ron Smith, Mrs. Carl Stevens, Mrs.
with a surprise calling .shower, Joseph Hendrix, Kathryn Elliott,


and it was filling! We are just
across the D. C. line in Maryland
and this area is metropolitan Wash-
ington .. N. I. H. address is 9000
Wisconsin Ave. Jus opposite the
U. S. Naval Medical Center. I'm
reminding you again to put it on
your schedule when in the Capitol
City to visit the National Insti-
tutes of Health you have an
investment here and all visitors
are welcome first come to the
Medical Center, the largest building
of all (500 rooms, 14 stories) .
register at the reception desk .
you can wander around yourself
. or someone will show you
around better still give
this writer a call on 3 East (ext.
2897). Unless 'm out or otherwise
occupied, will be happy to see you.
* Might drop a line and will make it
a point to meet you how about
dropping us a line, anyway! Some-
h low I feel the uige to tell you some
more about this institution, (or in-
stitutions) and the extensive work
being sponsored and carried on
through the U. S. Department of
Health, Education and Welfare.
The medical research program in-
cludes the following: National n-
stitute of Allergy and Infectious
Diseases, National natitute of Arth-
ritis and Metabolic Diseases, Na-
tional Cancer Institute, National n-
stitute of Dental Research, Na-
tional Heart Institute, National n-
stitute of Mental Health, National
Institute of Neurological Diseases
and Blindness, Division of Biologies
Standards, Division of Business Op-
erations, Division of Research
Grants, Division of Research Ser-
vices. and Clinical Center. Research
n Public Health Slervioe began
formally in 1887 and Congress in
recent years has authorized a size-
able expansion. N. I. H. was given
the authority to attack all major
health problems. The Clinical Cen-
ter has only 500 hospital beds, with
twich as much space for labora-
tories as for patient care. All In-
stitutes conduct clinical studies and
the methods of approach are deter-
mined by a research team of
scientists. All patients are carefully
selected and must be referred to
the Center by a physician who is
familiar with the person's medical
history and current condition. A
great deal more can be told and it
is the purpose of this writer to
bring you information in this col-
umn from time to tme pertinent to
the tremendous effort being made
here by our government. It is vital
to the welfare of every citizen and
should be a matter of deep interest
and concern to each of us. Ques-
tions from you will be given atten-
tion in this column or otherwise.
This column is more lengthy than
intended but let us turn for a few
moments to the lighter side of
things such as selling and
buying shoes, clothes, dry goods,
etc. and etc. Ain't it fun? (plus
plenty hard work for us but
. still fun!). Now, this is really
right down my-alley and duck soup
to write So much to say, don't
know where to start! Hope you're
keeping in close touch with Boyles
Sunshine Program, including head-
lines and hot tips on new styles and
values! (WJOE, 6 p.m. every day
except Tuesday and Saturday.) Ac-
cording -to details of the recent
SNOW in a note from my wife, fi-
gure you need something extra
HOT try BOYLES, the warm,
happy CASH STORE where Sun-
shine Dollar Days are still in pro-
gress this week. That's all, this
time, folks this column will
be -shorter and quicker next week!
Happy ski-ing!


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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Methodist Youth Fellowship --- 6:15 p.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.


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By R. GLENN BOYLES
National Institutes of Health
Bethesda, Md.

Friends:
While plowing through mail ac-
cumulated during my asbence .
a good wish card to Barbara and
the writer with striking words of
comfort and cheer from Royal
Hearts Sunday School Class, First
Baptist Church, Port St. Joe .
thank you Royal Hearters! I like
your name you're on the beam
. good wishes to each member
of your 'team!
,Did you know there's at least
one more St. Joe-ite in Washing-
ton. Lavaughn
Taylor he's
been over to see
S Barbara and me
S several times .
I one evening we
hustled in the kit-
chen and baked a
pound cake and I
a 1 s o intrdouced
him to pizza pie
R. G. BOYLES we had fun


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10 Oz. Pkg.


5 FOR


GORTON'S PERCH


39c


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Can
It's easy to serve real summertime foods even in this chilly weather. Blue Ridge LB.
All you have to do is make your selection from Piggly Wiggly's
fine frozen foods sections -- foods of every description ff
with summertime flavor waiting to burst into being for
your next meal! Real values, too -- lowest prices IC
in nationally advertised brands.
FROZEN FOODS OAK HILL NO. 303 CAN
u.___TOMATOES, 25c


vegetaoies
6Mix PKGS'e up
Mix 'em up


MORTON'S POT PIES


Moon


Pies


RC


Cola


GORTON'S FISH STICKS 39C


WESSON OIL


HYDROX COOKIES


qt. 59c.
3pkgs. S1


CHIC K EN
BEEF
TURKEY


3 For


Carton
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of 6


PIK NIK -- QUART JAR

Mayonnais.
BEECH-NUT STRAINED


SPECIAL


INTRODUCTORY

OFFER


Baby Food
GRADE "A" FLORIDA MEDIUM


EGGS
CRISP LETTUCE


10 lb
Bag


6 For


Dozen

2 Heads


59c


45


29c


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CHUCK
SWEET RASHER SLICED
BACON
CUBE

STEAK
GA. GRADE "A" WHOLE (Not Cut up)


LB.


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To Be iven way Sa t rch 1

Also 25 Basketse fFREEGroceries
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SPECIALS FOR FEBRUARY 16, 17 and 18
Plenty of Free Parking


IGA 100% Pure 6 Oz.
INSTANT Jar I

Coffee
Limit One Please
BANQUET BRAND Chicken, Turkey and Beef FROZEN


MEAT PIES


3 FOR


Nabisco Sugar
HONEY
G RAHAMS
Box 37c


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3 LB. CAN

Shortening


We Reserve Limit Rights
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13 c


-a "GOLDEN RIPE
B ANAlAS POUND
f^W ", "''." V "
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69C


Borden's 3 FOR
Biscuits 29c
Borden's Sliced
Pimento and American 8 Slice Pkg.
Cheese 25c
GOOD LUCK
MARGARINE


SGA., FLA., and ALA., GRADE "A" DRESSED and DRAWN -- WHOLE


FRYE RS


I.


LB.


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LB.


LB.
EXTRA POUND
WITH COUPON


37c
Slc


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Made
SYRUP


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Corn Fed Center Cut FRESH PORK


Chops


IGA or SUBER EDWARDS
69c Franks


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Chops Lb.


IGA Table-Rite Sliced
49o Bacon


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Pkg.


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Tomatoes 25c
1 Lb. Cello Bag
Carrots lOc


Florida


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Oranges


DRY


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2 8-Oz. Pkgs.


P'nuts 29c
Heinz -- 14 Oz. Bottle
Catsup 19c


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3 Tall
Cans


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Cans


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nutes of e onti f January was exatinhed to locate, co"ittruct, and maintain H & W B DreW Co., Sup, ... 60.59 Wimberly Pontiac Co., Labor and THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. T
minute Of Theand approved. improve A portion of State Road Bay Gas & Appl. Co., Sup. ...- 18.80 Parts 171.12
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD The Sanitarian's report was trieets in Highland View in Gulf L. S. Allen, Sup .... --. .. 11.15 Creech Bros. Laundry, Serv. ---. .90
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD The and otarans filed. County; and Jesse Dawson, Wood for Wash. Gulf Drug Co., Sup...............-- 8.71
Th ree ladies from Overstreet re- WHEREAS, a portion of the School --..... ............... 85.00 John Land, Haul. Sup .......-.. 10.00
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA quesThree lad ties ro haversreechool lands involved and necessary to Gulf Coast Elec. Coop., Inc. M R & R Truck. Co., Freight 5.68
WEWAHTCHKA, FLORIDA quested the Board to Port St Joe said project are owned by the Board Elec. Energy for Wewa W. L. Goff, Garbage disp. HV IRcom a VI C
4The Board of Public Instruction, to deviate from its regular route to of Public Instruction of Gulf Coun- 'School 127.42 School 12.00
heulf County Florida. met on the pick up children, The Board took ty; and Connell Water Works, Water for Port St. Joe High School, Lunch-
abGul County Florida met sson with no action. They requested the bus WHEREAS, on behalf of 'the Wewa School -...... 30.00 room and Spec. Milk, Dec. BILL CARGILL
the followate in regulars preseon wit and to bring the elementary children State of Florida, a request has been Fla. Power Corp., Elec. Energy 1957 306.51
the following embers present and t the same time the Mexico made for a conveyance of a portion for SJ Schools 810.92 Wewahitchka High Shool, Lunch- St. Joe Motor Co. Gulf Station
acting: C. E. Boyer, chairman, Car- home a of said lands of this board; and City of Port St. Joe, Water for room and special milk, Dec.
tering: C. E. Boyer, chairman, Clyde Beach children in the afternoon. UPON MOTION of Mr. Clyde PSJ Schools ..- 39.68 room and special mik, Dec
ter Ward, Fnon Talley, lyde The Board instructed the SuperinBrogdon, seconded by Mr. Carter Taylor Chem. Co., Sup. 110.00 Ge. Wash. High School, Lunch
Brogdon and A. Whitfield, mem- tendent to check on this and if it Ward, the Board does agree to au- Ga. Chem. Co., Sup. ....- ..291.15 room and special milk, ec.
The superintendent can be done to do so. thorize and direct its Chairman and American Edu. Pub., Sup. ..--- 7.50 1957 154.31
Theand actSuperintendent was present The Board adopted the following Secretary to execute the necessary Dade Co. Board of Pub. Inst., Port St. Joe Elem. School Lunch- r -
The minute e of the preceding resolution: instruments to effect such convey- Supplies 32.00 room .and special milk Dec.
The minutes of e prWHEREAS, it is proposed by ance. American Au'to. Assn., Sup. ... 1.56 1957 449.12
meeting were read and approved as the State of Florida, through the William Linton met with Board Eye Gate House, Inc., Sup. .. 20.00 Highland View Elem., Lunchroom W ALL4 E
Tread. Sae ntfrh State Road Department of Florida, to ask that the Board consider, James Gunter, Sup. -. --.- 30.00 and special milk, Dec. 1957
The Financial Statement for the State Road Department of Florida, whentheroof of the gymnasium is Harrell Holloway, Exp. to mtg. 104.89 COMP NY
-- 'repaired putting in a wood floor and and car rent ------- 109.00 Frank & Dot's Agcy., Ins. ---.. 3.40 CO MY i
moveable seats, also to add onto the Quality Gro. & Mkt., Sup. ... 7.50 Zion Fair Bap. Church, Rent 30.00
front of the. gymnasium enough Revell's IGA Store, Sup ....-- 2.97 Gridley Music Co., Sup ........ 389.20 FOR EXPERT
space for public toilets, concesison. Theis Dup. Prod., nc., Sup. .... 9.70 American Sup. Co., Sup ........ 207.82
S i1th* Pharmacy stand and lobby space that could be Carver High School, Exp. to Simon & Schuster Inc., Sup. 6.25 El a l A
Sm t h P Ma y used as a classroom. meeting 88.35 Beckley-Cardy Co., Sup. .......--- 21.88 Electrical Repairs
The Superintendent made report Newton School Equip. Co., Sup. A. C. McClurg & Co., Sup........ 52.56
Prescriptions compounded by on the gymnasium and wa's request- 15.10 St. Joseph Tel. & Tel. Co., Serv. and
Prescriptions compounded by ed to consult .further with the Smith's Radio & Television, Re- 91.74
a GRADUATE Pharmacist 1' lti|1lf.Ulfl State Department for advice, pairs and Supplies ----------.. 14.40 Standard School Serv., Sup ..... 39.05 o
B. B. Scisson made a report to Wall Elec. Co., Sup ......... 14.00 Wewa Hdwe. Co., Sup. -.....-- 200.7
JOHN ROBERT SMITH r the Board pertaining to his duties Gaskin Bros. Lmbr. Co., Sup. 3.46 Wewa Plumb. & Heat. Co., DIAL BA 7-4331
Pharmaceutical Chemist and responsibility as a General Su- Fuller's Supply Co., Sup .---...... 5.17 'Supplies 642.50 I r
o W ___________ pervisor. H. M. McClamm'a Labor --- 3.00 Standard Oil Co., Sup. ..... 2,519.90
J. A. Whitfield brought before the P. F. McDaniel, Sup .......... 2.54 Andy's Welding Repair, Serv.

Designed exclusively for you! die Bell White for the Board to and Material 27.50 West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co., Sup. BE- -P U
buy her property south of the high School Equip. Dist., Sup. .. 30.45 250.50
school. The Board took no action at Sit. Joe Hdwe. Co., Sup. .....-- 365.86 Geo. Wash. High Sch., Refund
Your prescription is ordered to suit your this time. A. C. Littleton, Services and 107.50
health needs that is why we cannot There being no further business Supplies 60.03 Port St. Joe Elem., Refund on BEAMAN PLUM
counter-prescribe, or make any changes to come before them they did then Miami Window Corp., Sup. .._ 14.38 postage, etc. 8.38 110 HUNTE
adjourn to meet again in Regular Mozell Nealy Sup .................... 4.00 Port St. Joe High Sch., Refund
in amount. The doctor orders better Session on March 4, 1958. T. D. Whitfield, Transporting on postage, etc. ...-.......... 10.00
health. We supply it! ATTEST: School Children --.----....--... 100.00 Keenan Welding Sup. Co., Sup. Licensed
Thomas A. Owens C. E. Boyer Albert Wynn, Transporting School 32.57
Supt. Chairman Children 100.00 Wewa High School, Refund for Can Handle Any Type P1
PHONE BAll 7-5111 LIST OF EXPENDITURES FOR Jerry Jones, Transporting School magazines 65.47 15 Years E
THE 'MONTH OF JANUARY 1958 Children 50.00 Thomas A. Owens, Exp. to Talla-
Star Pub. Co., Print. & Mat. $48.50 Gulf Oil Prod., Sup ............. -- .. 560.67 hassee 15.00 ALL WORK GUARANTEE
Capitol Office Equip. Co., Sup. 12.25 C. A. Lundy, Sub. bus driver 10.00 DISTRICT FUND NO. 1
Rich's Serv. Sta., Sup ..--.......... 1.00 Harland Pridgeon, Go ..-...- 1,259.25 PHONE BAlI 7-2
Alvin McGlon Serv. Gar., Labor BOND FUND NO. 1 PHONE BAD l 7-2
'and ,parts 53.78 Harland Pridgeon, Com. __. 283.35 "
W 0Prescott's Garage, Labor and Fla. Nat. Bank of Jacksonville, -. .
W 1 EParts 448.46 Services ._ 29.60


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Become A Member Of The




CHURCH ATTENDANCE C ADE


Each Sunday Thru Easter


Your Port St. Joe Ministerial Alliance Is Sponsoring A Church Attendance Crusade From January 5 Through

Easter Sunday Be One of Those to Boost Church Attendance In Port St. Joe. Attend The Church of Your
Choice Each Sunday Throughout This Campaign.




This Message Sponsored In the Interest of Better Church Attendance By The Following Port St. Joe Merchants:


BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
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


Circle 2 Meets With


Martha Sunday School


Good .reports were given during
the business meeting and delicious
refreshments were served during
the social hour. Mrs. Prddgeon led
the closing prayer.

Long Avenue Circle
Met Monday Afternoon

WMS Circle No. 2 of the Long
Avenue Baptist Church met Mon-
day, February 10 in the home of
Mrs. Durel Brigman. The meeting
was opened with prayer by Mrs.
Brigman. The devotional period
was led by Mrs. Joe Ferrell. A very
interesting program, "Doorposts
and Gatse", was presented with
each member present taking part.
After a short business session, the
meeting was closed with prayer led
by Mrs. James Allen. Mrs. Brigman
served delicious refreshments of
cherry pie, ice cream, and coffee
to the following: Mrs. Joe Alligood,
Mrs. James Allen, Mrs. C. N.
Dykes, Mrs. P. B. Fairley, Mrs. A.
P. Martin and Mrs. Joe Ferrell


"Thrift Shop"

Workers Listed

Listed be..ow is the schiedale for
workers for the Hospital Auxiliary
-Thrift Shop" for the coming
months.
March 1 Mrs. Otto Anderson,
2Mrs. Ruth Soule and Mrs. Bob Ell-
zey.
March 8, Mrs. Gus Cheech, Mrs.
S. R. Stone and Mrs. Cecil Costin,
ir.
Mrach 15, .Mrs. Harry Saunders,
Mrs. S. L. Barke and Mrs. W. S.
Quarles, Jr.
March 22, Mrs. Cecil Costin, Sr.,
Mrs. S. B. Shuford and Mrs. John
Aide.
March 29, Mrs. Tom Coldewey,
Mrs. Tom Hutchins .and MTr. G. D
Underhill.
April 5, Mrs. Frank Hannon, Mrs.
Joe Dowd, and Mrs. Robert King.
April 12, Mrs. Percy Fleishel,
Mrs. H. A. Campbell and Mrs. H.
C. Philyaw.
April 19, Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs.
Paul Pensom and Mrs D. Brigmaui.
April 26, Mrs. Bill Whaley, Mrs.
M. W. Keibler and Mrs. Jake Be-
lin.
May 3, Mrs. Gannon Buzzett, Mrs.
W. B. Richardson and Mrs. Wesle;
Grace.
May 10, Mrs. George Anchors,
Mrs. Roy Gibson and Mrs. Tom.
Parker.
May 17, Mrs. Earl Atchison, Mrs.
Herman Dean and Philip Chatham.
May 24, Mrs. Joe Sharit, Mrs. R.
H. Mcntosh, and Mrs. Vic Ander-
son.
May 31, Mrs. Sid Brown, Mrs. J.
R. Smith and Mrs. L. Hardy.
June 7, Mrs. J. C. Odum, Mrs.
Frank Pate and Mrs. Joe Ferrell.
June 14, Mrs. Wayne Hendrix,
Mrs. Kenneth Brodnax and Mrs.
Dave Maddox.
June 21, Mrs. William Wager,
Mrs. B. B. Scisson and Mrs. Will
Ramsey.
June 28, Mrs. George Tapper, Mrs.
Sara Logan Kenney and Mrs. H.
E. Richards.
July 5, Mrs. A. P. Wakefield, Mrs.
Charles Gill and Mrs. Bill Cow-
den.
July 12, Mrs. Joe Hendrix, Mrs.
Milton Chafin and Mrs. Robert Fox.
Please call if you have any
household items, as well as cloth-
ing, etc., for the "Thrift Shop".
The pick-up committee is Mrs.
George Tapper, Mrs. William Wa-
ger and Mrs. Will Ramsey.


(,On


Milton Chafin, Mrs. Frank Gunn,
Mrs. F. E. Trammell, Mrs Charles
Gill, and Mrs. J. L. Wilson.

Elementary School
Lunchroom Menu

Monday, February 24
Ham and potatoes, vegetable sal-
ad, upside down apple and ginger
bread, milk and white bread.
Tuesday, February 25
Spaghetti and meat sauce, white
acre peas, chocolate cake, white
bread and milk.
Wednesday, February 26
Stew beef with brown gravy, rice,
snap beans, apple pie, whole wheat
bread and milk.
Thursday, February 27
Chicken and dressing, english
peas, apple and raisin said, white
bread and milk.
Friday, February 28
Fried mullet, baked beans, cab-
bage slaw, fruit jello, corn bread
and milk.

NEWS FROM

OAK GROW
By JUANITA NORRIS

Mrs. L. P. Ray, Mrs. Everitt Mc-
,Farland and Mrs. Hansel Norris vis-
ited in Marianna Monday with Mrs.
James Brooms.
Bob Taylor left Monday for New
Orleans where he is on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Norris and
children of Apalachicola visited
with friends and relatives Friday.
Mrs. Barton of Geneva, Ala., vis-
ited with Miss Lucille Stripling last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Everitt McFarland
visited in Clarksville Monday with
friends and relatives.


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by Robert C. Preble
President
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Mrs. Rush Chism Class Holds Meeting

Circle No. 2 of the First Baptist On Tuesday evening the Martha
Church met in the home of Mrs. Sunday School Class of the First
Rush Chism Monday afternoon with Baptist Church held their regular
five members and one visitor, Mrs. monthly meeting in the home of
Karl Marshall, present. Mrs. Frank Gunn on Constitution
Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon presided ov- Drive.
er the meeting, due to the absence
of the chairman. Mrs devotional The Prseident, Mrs. Dave Jones,
was by Mrs. L. Z. Henderson using brought the devotional from Psalms
the subject, "Commiot Thy Way 16, followed by prayer led by Mrs.
Unto The Lord". Mrs. Pridgedon Charles Gill.
and Mers. C. A. McClellan gave After a short business session the
parts from the Royal Service maga- hostess served delicious refersh-
zine entitled, "Christ Builds The ments of pie, coffee and mixed nuts
Home". to the following members: Mrs.
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and advanced medical tech-
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declining 12.3% since 1939.
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Prescriptions are among the
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Take your doctor's prescrip-
tions to


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PORT ST. JOE, FLA.


I -a -.aii(W -t --"-- -- "
Lonnei Gay at Oak Grove. -12tp-l-2
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house onFOR RENT: New two bedroom'
Garrison Ave. 2 lots one block house. Call 7-3073, Mrs. J. S. Shi-
this side of Gulf Sands Court. rey. tic-1-2
FOR SALE: 1956 model Silver Star
trailer home. Sacrifice for $1200. FOR RENT: House on Third St.
Equity in trailer. See Tom Pridgeon. Unfurnished. Phone 7-7736. 515
FOR SALE: Service station and Third St., W. B. Ferrell. tfc-11-21
Motel at Mexico Beach
E. TOM PRIDGEON FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish-
Real Estate & Insurance ed house and two bedroom unfur-
BAll 7-7741 411 Reid Ave. nished apartment. Close in. Inquire
at 1904 Garrison Ave., or Phone
FOR SALE: Two bedroom home 7-8642, tfc-1-30
and two furnished apartments FOR RENT: Unfurnished three
now bringing $150 per month in- FOR RENT: Unfurnished three
come. Will sell for only $8,500.00. bedroom house with bath. 516
Third St. Call 5t. Joe Hdwe. 7-8111.
A WELL FURNISHED beach cot-
tage at St. Joe Beach. House is FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house in
in good condition. $2400 down and White City. See Oscar Raffield
balance on easy terms. in Highland View, Third St. 2tp


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.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. Highland
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1958 FOR SALE: 4 lots in Highland
View. Lot nos. 3, 5, 9 and 10. Near
school. For information contact

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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 7-5771. 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

FOR RENT: Four bedroom, two
baths, large dining room, vene-
tian blinds. Convenient to. town and
school. $85 a month. Phone 7-8581.


FOR RENT" Unfurnished nipe 2-
bediroom house near town. Gas
tank and venetian blinds furnished.
Phone 9-1681. ltp
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house. on
Tenth Street, facing water tanks.
Phone BAll 7-5471. Itc
FOR RENT: Furnished comfortable
apartment. Suitable for couple
only. Call or see Mrs. A. M. Jones,
Sr. tic-2-13


FOR RENT: Small unfurnimsed
apartment. Bedroom, kitchen and
bath. Kitchen equipped. Phone BAll
9-1301 or see J. A. Mira.
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: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished apartments
Cool in summer, warm in winter.
G ahseat, window fans, They have
to be seen to be appreciated. ALSO
NICE TRAILER PARKING SPACE
Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133, Wimico
Lodge Apartments and Trailar
Park, White City. tfec-2-13
FOR SALE: Almost new house.
Three bedrooms, living room, din-
ing room, den and 1% baths. All
walls cypress panelled and house
in good condition. Has. to be seen
to be appreciated. Easy terms can
,be arranged, Call ]BAll 7-8041 or
BAll 7-5261. tfc-2-20
FOR SALE: '54 Plymouth in fair
condition. $600.00. See Ira B. Han-
na at Overstreet. Itp
FOR SALE: '1941 Cadillac sedan
with 195S license plate. $150.')6.
Call BA11 7-5101 or 7-5611. Itp
SPECIAL SERVICES
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 32,6, 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.
SURE AM HAPPY to announce
that I am employed by the WIM-
BERLY PONTIAC CO, as a sales-
man and want to meet my friends
there and talk car trade on a. ne-
or a used car.
Your friend,
J. C. (Chris) MARTIN
Business phone 7-3411
Home phone 7-2901
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.
Ail 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.


Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren Invited. Sharks Win Two
C. W. LONG, N. G.
J. C. PRICE, Secty. (Continued from page 1)
ead last Saturday night in the lo-
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.50 cal gym to bucket 21 points to lead
hour. Cut your lawn and let me the Sharks to a 71-34 flood over the
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf Quincy Tigers.
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- The Sharks doubted the score
son, Phone 7-7,501.


in the fitst period, then coasted n
for their 18th victory of the sea-
son. The Northwest Florida cage
champions, managed to hold down


'WADE US that useless article for 'the Tigers' Johnny Sodec, with
iAmething useful. STOP and James Knight blanketing the high
scoring guard throughout the con-
Keys Made While You Wait test.
35c EACH Three other Shark players broke
BICYCLE PARTS into the double scoring column, Hi-
WESTERN AUTO note and Jackie Mitchell with 15
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES markers and Wayne Taylor with
BOATS and TRAILERS 12. Port St. Joe hit 54 per cent of
Reel Parts and Repairs their shots.
Quincy downed the Baby Sharks
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav- in the preliminary game, 33-27,
lug money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and Mike Newcomb and Tony Barbee
SWAP SHOP. were high for the Port St. Joe Jay-
'OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing vees with five and six points.
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING. The score by quarters:
'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors re, Port St. Joe 19 15 16 21-71


,aired, also. Quincy 8 5 13 8-34
WILLIS V. ROWA POT Sharks fgfttp Quincy fg ft tp
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet. Fletcher 10 1 21 Goodson 2 4 8
tug first and third Monday nights Knigh.t 2 2 6 Cook 3 2 8
i00 p.m., American Legion Home Taylor 5 2 12 Sodec 0 66 6
-- Hinote 6 3 15 Edwards 3 0 6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Mitchell 6 3 15 Par'more 1 0 2
14th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Chism 1 0 2 Wells 10 21
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. Cloud 1 0 2
In Chancery. Cloud 1 0 2
ARCHIE HARREL, Plaintiff,
vs. Port St. Joe's fans got complete
ELIZABETH HARRELL, Defendant satisfaction Tuesday night when
NOTICE TO ELIZABETH the Sharks cae back strong to de-
REL whose place of residence is-.....
unknown. feat the Bay High team 43-38 B47ay
On or before the 27th day of High is responsible for one of the
February, AD., 1958 the defend- Sharks' three losses earlier in the
ant, Elizabeth Harrel is required
to serve upon Benjamin H. Dickens season,
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address Port St. Joe's ace defensive man
is 107 Second Street, Port St Joe I
Florida, a copy of and file with the Knight again proved to be
Clerk of said Court, the original of the deciding factor as the young
an answer to the Bill of Complaint ball hawk limited Bay's high-',:.'r
filed against her herein for divorce, ing Ronnie \Wet'enerabI, S evnw
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 28 day
of January, A.D., 1958, 4t-1-30
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. CORE
as Clerk of said Circuit B
Court First a St YOUthi
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-2-6
I---- : ---- n1- .


NOTICE NOTICE
Sure is regretable but on- account
of my health my doctor advised that
I should get an outside job. Leav-
ing a ositio4 I loved and one of
the bes men I gver worked for
was hartb-reaking. I thank1all my
friends for the b4sinegs they gave
me while employed by W. C.' Ieohe
of the Roche Appliance QC., an
sure hope you will come see e e at
the WIMBERLY PONTIAC CO.,
and talk over your car problems.
For a live and let live deal on a
new or used car please come see
me at your authorized Pontiac
dealer for a better car and a deal
you will' ,e happy with. See or call
me at thl Wf..PB1ERLY PONTIAC
CO.
J C. (Chris) MARTIN
Res. Phone 7-2901 Bus. 7-34-1


LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. O.
O. F.-Meets. first and third
9 .


The annual Sweetheart Banquet,
sponsored by the First Baptist
Church, was held Thursday night,
February 13, in the Florida Power
Loungpe
The theme for this year's Bap-
qpet was '"Tpue Love" which the
lovely qecoratiops, delicious f9 d,
anld enjoyable program parrie out
perfectly.
Those who enjoyed this delight-
ful affair were: Ann Pate, Peggy
Philyaw, Buddy Byrd, Clifford
Tharpe, Jimmy Stevens, Larry
Davis, Courtney Martin, Dianne
Gilbert, Margaret Martin, Patsy
Lewis, Freda Trammell, Rosemary
Tomlinson, Lounell Crain, Harold
Keels, Brepda TgTliqson, John
Presnell, MaX Wells, Franesi Lgwis,
George Boyer, Pat Williams., H'elop
Mitchell, Delores Chism, Katherine
Marshell, Arthur Phurrough, Billy
Denton, Gail Gill, Marsha Cargill,
Terrance Hinote, Katherine Elliott,
Joel Morris, Judy Bateman, Blaine
Tharpe, Peggy Pyle, Joe Whaley,
Linda Richardson, Bill Chish, Anu
Hall, Sonny Chafin, Edna Daniell,
Norhma Hobb,Vivian Stevens, Mad -
elyn Gill, Mr. and Mrs. Re4 Addison,
Riev. 0. Byron Smith, and M,
Charlie Gill, Master of Ceymonies.
The committee thai worked lu
gether to make the Banqueel a 4u-.
cess were: Decorations, Mrs. Ruth
Nance, Mrs, Sara Maddox, Mrs.
Francis Chafin. Menu Mrs. Gladys
Gill, Mrs. Ethel Erwin, Mrs. Durant,
Mrs. Wesley Ramsey. Sr. Program:
Mrs. Betty Sue Anchors. Serving:
Mrs. Mangaret Pyle, Mrs. Sara
Smith, Mrs Betty Sue Anchors.


points and generally upset the visi-
tors with his alert defensive play.
Knight served double-duty for
the night as he contributed ten
points to fall in behind team-mates
Wayne Taylor, with 11 and Terry
Hinote with 16, for third position in
the game's scoring. Port St. Joe
now has 19 wins against three de-


feats.
The score by
Port St. Joe
Bay High


Sharks
Fletcher
Knight
Taylor
Hinote
Mitchell


quarters:
8 16 11
7 11 10


ft tp, Bay Hi
2 4 King
6 10 Allen
5 11 Smith
4 16 W'ersby
2 2 Mize
Murphy
Brown


8-43
10-38
fg ft tp
1 0 2
2 3 7
2 0 4
2 3 7
3 0 6
2 2 6
2 2 6


The Sharks wind up their season
on the home court Friday night
when they tangle with Malone. Sat-
urday night the Sharks go to Ver-
non to end the regular, season.
Next Thursday, Friday and Satur-
day the Sharks will be in the Group


.H, Class B tourament in BouI
town to try for another shot
the State Tournament.


Social Security

A number of people in, the se'


yen


county area of Baay.'Calhoun, Gulf,
Holmes, Jackson, Walton and Wash-
ington counties are losing mountly
social 'security,benifits because of
failure to apply :for them, John V.
Carey, District Maneger of the Pan-
ama City social security office, said
today. :-
,One of the cheif causes for loss of
benefits is a misunderstanding of
the retirement test in the social se-
curity law, Carey added. The Pan-
ama City office recently found se-


s Observe Annual
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Hallmark Urges

Church Attendance

Gordon Hallmark spoke for the
lay man's Church Attendance Cru-
sade before the Kiwanis Club meet-
Mig Tesday at nopn. Hiall4ark
stressed th ii.pportnce of phiurch-
attendance, not only during the
current campaign but throughout
the year.
Hallmark compared church mem-
bership and attendance to civic
club attendance and- membership.
"A civic club requires so much at-
tendance and payment of dues to
retain membership"', allmark said,'


eral cases in which persons did not
laim benefits because they were
under the impression that no social
security benefits could be paid to
hem as long -as they continued to
work. Under ,the law a person may
earn up to $1200 a year and still
receive every monthly payment,
Carey said. One month's check is
forfeithed for each $80, (or fraction
thereof) by which earnings exceed
$1200.
Carey emphasized that benif'its
are payable for any month in which
a person neither earns wages of
more than $80 as an employee, nor
performs substantial services in
self-employment. He pointed out
that this provision of the retirement
test permits payment of benefits
to a person whose total yearly
earnings are high but who misses
time from work during part of the
year.
'People who have reached retire-
ment age, 65 for men, 62 for women,
should file their claims now if their
earnings will permit payment of a
social security benefits for any
month, Carey coccluded. The retire-
ment test doesn't apply after age
72.
The Social Security office for this
area is at 522 Mercer Avenue, Pana-
ma, City, Florida.

Elementary Cage
(Continued From Page 1)
to play &D was out front by one
point with 5A in control at this
time. Goodman hit the loop for two
and made his team's victory cer-
tain. Goodman and Burns took
scoring honors for the winners with
12 and 11 points respectively. Craig
led his team to almost a certain
victory by scoring 22 of his team's
26 points. 5B downed 5C by a score
of 18 to 6. Oathey and Kilbourn
shared scoring honors with 81
,points each in their team's victory.
Smith scored five points for the
losing team.
Every boy is urged to attend
these games as he-wil lbe given,, an
opportunity to participate.
Saturday schedule is as follows.
5B vs 6C; 5C vs 6B; 5D vs 6D;
and 5A vs 6A.


'but the church just rocks along
taking what you are generous
enough to give of both time and
money".
In the business session of the
club, J. L. Sharit reported that the
-Kiwanis sponsored bleachers at the
football field would be finished be-
for the band festival in March. He
ported that the steel was tip and
that the boards would be put in
place next week.
Guests of the club were Key club-
bers Steve Whealt.nj. .Billy Marzarol
Another guest of the clpl4 was Ray
Charleston, assistanqt sort editor of
*the Times-Union.



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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
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