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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: May 29, 1958
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


TWENTY-FIRST YEAR THURSDAY, MAY 29,,1958 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA NUMBER 35


ETAOIN SIHRDLU
by WIr.CEY R. RAMSEY

WE GOT TROUBLES
They say confession is good for
the soul. After this week we need
a lot of "goodness", tfr our soul.
You have heard 'that troubles
come in bunches like grapes? We
have had a king size bunch since
Saturday.
Saturday Ave went fishing and
couldn't fish for the Rivercade. Af-
ter we got back home to clean up
the bath tub was stopped up with
a golf ball down the drain. Our wife
informed us that the car wouldn't
start. Sunday it wouldn't start again
and took a battery charge. Sunday
afternoon while working on our
current project of rescreening both
of our screened porches, the dog
ran through a panel of screen wire
-one we had just replaced. Mon-
day capped it off. The motor on our
linotype had to be repaired. An-
other motor on the job press be-
gan to yell for new bearings. Mon-
day evening the heating element
on the linotype burned out. Not
another one anywhere nearby that
we knew of. No lead could ,be
melted for type for this week's pa-
par. Tuesday morning we went to
Wewahitchka to set type on friend
Ed Bandjough's Intertype and upon
returning had our first stroke of
good luck. Braxton Ward, electri-
cian extraordinary on such things
as motors and heating elements
had been thinking all night (while
working on Mrs. DuPont's paper
mill) about what could be done to
put us back in production. (He had
diagnosed our trouble the day be-
fore and worked with us until
10:00 p.m. Monday trying to re-
medy the situation.) He came up


Rev. E. 0. Bradley Will Preach

Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday Night


Sunday night, June 1 will be time
for the Baccalaureate for 47 Sen-
iors of Port St. Joe High School.
The- services' will be held in th"
high school football stadium at 8:00
p.m.
Rev. E. '0. Bradley, pastor of the
First Methodist Church will be the
speaker for the services.
Platform guests for the services
will be Thomas A. Owens, Leroy
Bowdoin, B. B. Scisson, James
Greer, Carter Ward, Mrs. Alma
Jones, Clyde Brogdon, The Rev.
Harry iPunt, Tre Rev. E. 0. Brad-
ley, C. E. Boyer, R. D. Lister, Fen-
non Talley and J. A. Whitfield.
The program will be as follows:
Processional, "Largo".
Invocation, The Rev. Harry Punt.
Hymn, "0 God, Our Help In -Ages
Past", Congregation.
:Scripture Reading and Sermon,
The Rev. E. 0. Bradley.
Hymn, '"Blest Be The Tie That
Binds", Congregation.
Benediction, The Rev. Harry
Punt..
Recessional.
Music will be furnished by the
High School Band under the direc-
tion of Herman Dean.


Keep Your Can

Off The Street

Much effort, time and tax mon-
ey goes into the keeping of the
streets of Port St. Joe clean.
Most of this time and money is
used in picking up pop bottles,
beer cans and other debris along
the sides of the city streets. The
city urges that you take a pride
in the appearance of your city
and use a little more discretion
in where you throw your rub-
bish in the city.
Not only is the debris unsight-
ly but also dangerous. As one can
plainly tell the barefoot season
is here to stay for a few months.
Few things discourage a bare-
foot path more than a broken bot-
tle tossed aside by some thought-
less person. Take care of your
young ones. Keep your streets
clean. Save your tax money.
Be neat-It won't hurt a bit.
---------I
Attend Camp Weed
,Charlie Wall, Herbert -Brown,


All churches in Port St. Joe Will Ramsey, Danny Wall and Hen-
will suspend services this comrn- ry Lillius, Jr., spent last week end
ing Sunday night in order to en- at Camp Weed near Carrabelle.
able their members to attend the --
Baccalaureate services. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


Old Depot Being Torn Down To

Make Way For Progress After 49 Years

The palachicola Northern Ri'.- l n i |^a
-- AA -- I Pn v Da in St Jonet


with the answer at noon Tuesday road sold a 49-year-old landmark in vrppy L#*y Al a. e v
and did a little electrical magic Port, St. Joe to C. 6G. Costin, Sr., Saturia May 31
that put our pot to boiling again. la.'t"week when they sold hi, -the y
.in the meantime ,we located the 5ld AN -depot building at the foot
needed heaters at the Tallahassee of Reid Avenue. In the week before Memorial Day
Democrat in the person of Niok Costin must tear down and re- every spring, America's street cor-
Wheeler. Needless to say, we will move the old building to make way ners suddenly bloom with the bright
be installing new heaters this week for a modern, new, three-story of- red poppies of the A-erican Le-
end to forestall any other such fice building to be used by the gon. Ever wonder where these pop
event. duPont interests in Port St. Jo.). gon. Ever wonder where these pop-
According to AN vice-president, ies come from, or w'hi people are
All such things as this goes- into 1. L. Sharit, the old depot Ibuilding asked to wear them,
getting out a newspaper regularly had been built in 1919-49 -years 'Well, these little paperr flowers
every week. How we make the mail ago, and 'had served the Railroad h:ve been made bv hanJicapped
on time each week-only the good since that time as office building, veterans of three wars-World War
man above knows. freight depot and for all services I and I and the Korean conflict.
of the Railroad. The task of making them has whil-
HE LOST HIS BOTTOM No details are available as yet ed away many a long hospital day
But you think we had trouble. as to the physical structure of the for these men, many of whom are
.Consider the case of Bas Kenney. new office building, as it has not confined to beds or wheel chairs.
iHe lost his bottom. come off the drafting boards. IDe- 'But they've had an ever greater ob-
He lost it right out in the middle tails on the new building should be jective in mind. Their paper pop-
of the Apalachicola Rivercade last available in just a few weeks. pies are authentic replicas of the
week end. Flanders Field poppy of World War
It isn't as bad as it sounds, ,iho. Home From Japan fame. And that's why you and I
Bas had .put a false bottom on his 'Bobby McKnight, son of Mr. and are asked to wear them on Poppy
'boat to 'transfer it from its racing Mrs. Harry MdKnight 'ol Palm Bou- Day-to commemorate the war
status for the jaunt over the week levard, arrived home this week af- dead from the Argonne to Korea.
end. While plying down-river the ter being released from the Army. The coins you exchange for them
false bottom began to come off. He He has Ibeen stationed in Japan for buy toys for crippled children,
had to beach his, sturdy 'craft-fin- the past year and has just arrived scholarships for 'war orphans, re-
'ish removing the false Ibottom and back in the states. training for the handicapped
then resume on his merry way. So wear a poppy on Poppy Day,
In New Orleans Hospital May 31. Give honor and aid to those
Notice the rules of, the St. Joe B. W. E'ells, Sr., Port St. Joe who gave for you.
Boat Club's fishing rodeo. Rule 'business ,man, is in New Orleans The members of ,the American
number six states that no fisher- as a patient in the 'Oschner C'iulc Legion 'Auxiliary will sell the pop-
(Continued on Page 8) 'undergoing medical treatment, pies on the streets of Port St. Joe.


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An announ
was made last
land. when it r
associating St. J
management a
Limited, of W
The Waterfor
manufactures pa
tainers, is one of
trial undertaking
of -Ireland and e
people. It repre
major contribute
economy made
Credit Company
an organization
tablished soon
II in order to im
of that country
industries other t
ones associated
It represents a
part of the coun
development of
necessary in or
the population n
The policy of
Company has in
establish industry


r Company Purchases



Plant In Waterford, Ire.


cement of unusual interest to the. paper indtistry this project but also as to the econ
month by the Industrial Credit Company of Ire- mnic future of the country in gen-
evealed that negotiations had been completed for eral. The.Irish press carried the
Joe Paper Company of Jacksonville, Plotida, in the his creations from his summarizingdy of the
nd operation of National Board and Paper Mills, country and its industry:
aterford, Ireland. "In the course of my stay in
d company, which the country and its resources and Ireland I have been deeply impres-
iperboard and con- then interest private enterprise in sed, not only by the economic op-
I the largest indus- the continuance of the business. portunities offered in this country
gs in the Republic The National Board and Paper for the development of the paper-
mploys around 450 Mills is probably the largest under- board and container industry, but
'sents one of the taking which the Industrial Credit especially by the native adaptibility
tions to the Irish Company has established. It came and ingenuity of the Irish people.
by the Industrial to the attention of St. Joe through With these very real advantages
This company is a visit to Ireland last fall by its offered by Ireland and its people
which Ireland es Board Member, Edward Ball. He we can foresee a prosperous and
after World War visited the mills and discussed their successful future for this enter-
prove the economy problems with officials of Indus- prise. The welcome we have receiv-
mainly by creating trial Credit Company and with the ed on all sides has moved us by its
than the traditional government. After further negotia- warmth and sincerity. We are glad
with agriculture. tons, during which the Chairmar to be associated with Ireland
realization on the of Industrial Credit and an asscc- Pat Shannon and Terry H.note
try that industrial late came to America to visit St. have been in Waterford since May
its resources is Joe, the final negotiations were 6 on a temporary basis. H. R. Ad-
rder to counteract completed last month. arns, who has been Assistant P[uip
movement outward. Roger L. Main, President of the Mill Superintendent for the past
Industrial Credit St. Joe Paper Company, who went several years, here at St. Joe, wilD
* the main been to over to Ireland for this purpose, leave early in June to accept man-
ries appropriate to was optimistic not only concerning agement of the .mill at Waterford.


Learn To Drive With

Summer Driving Classes

As a part of the summer program
of the Port St. Joe High School
this summer, driver education and
training will ibe offered for a per-
iod of six weeks.
In order to quality and pass, en-
rollees will have to take at some
time during the six week period
30 hours of class room instruction
and. six hours of behind the wheel
driving.
All persons desiring to take Dri-
ver Education Training, should take
it this summer as the school will
not offer this subject next school
year.
As a part of the summer pro-
gram the course will be open to all
persons, young and old who desire
to take it. Persons desiring to take
the course this summer should con-
tact officials of the Port St. Joe
High 'School and get their names
on the class list.
'Parents with teen agers who are
just learning to drive are urged to
enroll them in this course.
4-K-


High School PTA

Gives Year's Deeds

Officers for the term closing have
been: Arnold Danie'l, president;
Mrs. Ralph Nance, vice, president;
Mrs. W. D. Sykes, se-,oni vice pres-
idTet; Mrs. Curtis Ha umou'l, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Herman
Dean, corresponding secretary; Bill
Tharpe and David Nicholson, trea-
surer; Mrs. Paul Fensom. parlia-
mentarian; Mrs. Ralph Swattt, his-
torian.
,Stac House Committee: Mrs. B.
H. Munn, chairman; Mrs. Wayne
-iggs. director; Mrs. Calvin Mussel-
;whbtef, M rs. Henry Maige, Mrs.
James Traweek, Sid Brown and
Joe Dowd, treasurer.


Overpass Dedication Slated




For Tuesday Afternoon


Retail Merchants

Going To School

The Port St. Joe Retail Mer-
chant's ,Division of the Port St.
Joe Chamber of Commerce this
week made plans ,to conduct a
sales school to be held next week.
week.
The school is being conducted to
teach local merchants and clerks
how to get the most out of their
ability as salesmen. The course
will teach merchants and their em-
ployees to give their customers bet-
ter service, more effective service
and more courtesy 'toward the cus-
tomer. The merchants are sponsor-
ing the course to better their busi-
nesses as Ibuying places for Port
St. Joe shoppers.
The course will be held at the
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday of
next week. The courses will begin
at 7:00 p.m. and last for two- and
a half hours for each session. The
course is being taught by profes-
sors from the Florida State Uni-
versity and is open to all Retail
Merchants' Division members and
their employees.


Little Boys Baseball

League Standings

'Below is the standings of both
leagues 'of the Little Boys Baseball
organization in Port 'St. Joe. TyI
games are played' each Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday af-
ternoons at the Little Boys' Base-


Stac House building committee: ball diamonds.
J. Lamar Miller, chairman; Mrs. NATIONAL LEAGUE
Paul Fensom, secretary; Mrs. Myr- W
tie Childers, Arnold Daniels and Ford-Pontiac 0
Frank Hannon. Kiwanis 4
High School Stac House officers: Krafties 2
Nancy Pridgeon, president; Willie Rotary 2
Daniell, vice-president; Betty Ward, AMERICAN LEAGUE
treasurer; Judy Fensom, secretary. W
'Projects for the year: Dozers 4
1. Stac House. Hard Stars 4
2. Sidewalk to high school from Boxers 3
16th St., with street lights. Sockys 1
3. Additional bleachers for the There seems to be a short
football field. umires thi. vear Avhnbodyv


L
2
2
3
6
age of
inter'-


4. A freezer, spoons and knives ested in umpiring please contact
for the lunch room. ill C, owden.


5. A hard surfaced road and park-
iig area around the high school
gym.
6. 'Better tables and benches for
the lunch room.
Uncompleted projects:
1. The sidewalk was constructed
except approximately 220'.
'2. Nothing was done about street
lights.
3. The fill dirt was hauled in for
the parking areas, but was not
hardsurfaced.
Despite promises by the County
School Board nothing was done
about the condition of the tables
and benches in the lunch room.
We, the officers of the PTA for
the past year would ,ike to thank
the County Commissioners, County
School Board and especially the
Mayor, J. L. Sharit and the City
Commissioners for their coopera-
tion and help. We wish to also
thank all committee chairmen and
The Star for their aid. And all
other civic organizations for their
interest and help.
The Port St. Joe High School
PTA will meet tonight at 8:00 p.m.
in the High .School Auditorium for
their last meeting of this term.
Mrs. Charles Brown, program
chairman, has arranged an inter-
esting program with little girls
from her Kindergarten production
"Four Pigs At The Fair" dancing.
Mrs. Henry Chason will sing, "A
Perfect Day". James Traweek's
science students will have on dis-
play their projects of this year's
Science Fair. These projects will
be set up in the library for all par,
ents and friends to see.
Mrs. Ralph Swatts and Mrs. W.
D. Jones will be in charge of in-
stalling ofifcers for the 1958-59
term.
The public is invited. A special
invitation is given to Mrs. Tom
Owens, superintendent of Public
Instruction, Gulf Count- School
Board, County Commissioners or
Gulf County and the City Comrmis
s'oners.


Judge McCrary Gives
"Marianna Plan"

Judge R. H. McCrary of Marianna
talked to the Rotary Club last
Thursday on "The Marianna Plan".
This plan consists of finding in-
terested persons for the purpose of
providing a "big brother" for boys
released from the Florida School
for 'Boys to find a place for th 'm-
selves in society.
The plan was began in 1946 by
the Marianna Kiwanis Club and has
since been adopted by Kiwanis In-
ternational as a nation-wide pro-
gram. McCrary said that other or-
ganizations and clubs were als),
joining in the plan with much sauc.
cess.
Judge McCrary reported that in
using the plan, only one of ten
boys released under the plan ever
have to go back to the school.
Guests of the club were Tom Mor-
gan of Panama City, Major Charles
Brock, brother-in-law of member
Chauncey Costin and Dr. Wesley
Grace of Port St. Joe.


Lunch Room Menu

Monday, June 2
Spaghetti and meat sauce, Eng-
list.peas, carrot sticks, biscuit and
jelly and milk.
Tuesday, June 3
Beef and noodles, stewed toma-
toes, celery sticks, prunes, white
bread and milk.
Wednesday, June 4
Spice ham slices, baked beans,
cabbage slaw, cherry pie, white
bread and milk.
Thursday, June 5
Hot dogs, buttered corn, pear sal-
ad, cookies, buns and milk.
Friday, June 6
Salmon salad, sliced tomatoes,
English peas, chocolate ice cream,
rolls and .milk.


Governor LeRoy Collins Will

Be Honored Guest At Event


Tuesday afternoon at 4:00 p.m.
the overpass just constructed over
Highway 98 will be officially open-
ed to traffic with a dedication cere-
mony put on by the City and CoJn-
ty Commissions.
The program will' begin at 4:00
p.m. with three speakers on the
program, A. C. Church, State High-
way Engineer of the SRD; J. L.
Sharit, Mayor of Port St. Joe and


Soaring Stack Sans

Smelly Smoke

The St. Joe Paper Company
mill closed down operations this
morning over the Memorial Day
'holidays.
Vice-President Tom S. Colde-
wey told The Star that the mill
had a two-fold purpose for shut-
ting -down-the holiday and a
shortage of orders. Coldewey said
that he was hoping that the mill
would not be down over six or
seven days.
We hope so, too.


Revival Services At

Highland View Church

Revival services wil! t .gi- at
the Highland View Church of God
on Sunday, June 1.
Services will be held nightly at
8:00 p.m. with evangelist Wesley
Weekly and wife officiating. Rev.
Weekly has held several pastor-
ates and has been Youth Director
for the West Florida District. He
is a dynamic preacher of the
word. The church cordially invites
everyone to attend these revival
services aznd enjoy the rich min-
istry of Rev. and Mrs. Wesley
Weekly of Milton.
There will be special music and
singing each night.
Rav. T. C. Earnest is pastor of
the church.

ATTEND LADIES NIGHT
IN ST. ANDREW
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Richards,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Alsobrook, Mr.
and Mrs. 0. C. Dykes and Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Clark attended the St.
Andrews Kiwanis Club's annual La-
dies Night Monday, May 26.
The local group went in a body
for interclub relations for the lo-
cal club.


Governor Leroy Collins of the State
of Florida. Each will deliver a short
address. Commissioner R. H. Eli-
zey will act as master of ceremon-
ies.
Cutting of the ribbon officially
,opening (the overpass will take
place immediately after the gover-
nor's speech. Rev. C. Byron Smith
will ask the blessing.
Following the opening of the
overpass by these brief ceremon-
ies, all who care to attend will be
guests at a free fish fry dinner
to be served on the. south ap-
proach of the overpass. On the
menu will be fried mullet, cole
slaw, pickles, bread, cookies, ice
water and Coca Colas.
Beginning at 3:30 p.m., prior to
the beginning of the ceremonies,
th ePort St. Joe High School band
will play a concert. The band is un-
der the direction of Herman Dean.
Those taking a part in the me-
chanics of the program and the
fish dinner are: STAC house stu-
dents, who will serve the supper;
Boy Scouts, who will direct traffic;
Chamber of Commerce special com-
mittee for decorating (Mrs. Myrtle
Childers, chairman); Ed Ramsey,
in charge of food preparation and
local unions FAM, 1435; 'IB of P 379;
IBEW .875, who will do the cook-
ing.
The entire ceremony will be
broadcast over local station
WJOE as a public service by St.
Joseph Telephone and Telegraph
Company and station WJOE.
The overpass is th-e result of a
great deal of work and legal bat-
tles which began on June 3, 1951.
The cost of the overpass is around
$400,000. The structure was bliilt
to provide greater traffic safety
for automobile traffic on Highway
98 crossing the Apalachicola North-
ern Railroad tracks, which go into
the St. Joe Paper Company mill at
this point.
-It

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
ORGANIZES YWA CHAPTER
A Young Woman's Auxiliary of
'the First Baptist Church was or-
ganized Monday night, May 26.
This auxiliary is open to all girls
of the First Baptist Church who
are of the ages 16-24 and an invi-
tation is extended to these girls
to attend the second meeting which
will be held in the home of Mar-
ietta Chafin on June 2.

Send The Star To A Friend


The St. Joe Boat Club has an-
nounced plans for their second an-
nual Fishing Rodeo to be held on
June 1 through 30. The general
plan followed last year will be in
effect again this year with prizes
awarded in both salt water and
fresh Water categories. First and
second prizes will be awarded in
each classification and a special
award will be given this year to
the best fisherman. This will be a
bronze plaque and wil) be suitably
engraved designating the winner
as the best fisherman in Gulf Coun-
ty for 1958. The winner will be de-
termined by the number of first,
second and third place awards won
in each of the classifications. First,
second and third places won will be
given 3, 2 and 1 points respelively
and the person with the highest to-
tal of points will be declared the
best fisherman in Gulf Cjunty for
1958. *
The Rodeo will be climaxed by i
huge fish fry July 4 in the City
Park at which time all prizes wi"
be awarded.
Registration tickets to ente: the
Rodeo will be $1.00 for adults ani
50c for children (12 years old and
under). Ticket holders will be en-
titled to the fish dry dinner on
July 4 and will be eligible to com-
pete in the Rodeo.


The official weighing station will
be at Aubrey Tomlinson's Gulf Ser-
vice iStation again this year and
the same rules for entries will also
apply. Classifications are: Salt Wa-
ter: Ling, Spanish Mackerel, King
Mackerel, Red Fis h, 'Speckled
Trout. Fresh Water: Bass, Bream,
Shellecracker, Warmouth.
The official rules are as follows:
1. All fish must be caught in an
accepted sporting manner and no
commercially caught fish will be
eligible, nor will fish caught in nets,
traps, seines, etc.
2. All fish must be weighed in
at the official weighing station lo-
cated at Tomlinson's Gulf Service
Station.
3. All persons ente:i.'g fish in
the Rodeo must have registration
tickets to ibe eligible.
4. All entrails of fish must I e
removed immediately after weigh
ing.
5. Frozen fish not acceptable.
6. No fisherman's estimate of
weight of fish will be accepted
Tickets will be available at tieo
weighing station and from any
member of the Boat Club.
Plans are not yet complete for
prizes awarded in each classifi.a-
tion but they will be announced
just as soon as they are complete.


St. Joe Boat Club Opening Its

Second Annual Fishing Rodeo Contest







Anne Stewart, Ernes
Are Married In Chui
Miss Annette Stewart, daughter bE
of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Stewart in
of Attapulgus, Georgia, became n
the bride of Ernest Lowery, Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Low- hi
ery, Sr., of Port St. Joe Sunday B
April 27, at 3 p.m. at the First w
Baptist Church with the Rev. C. tr
Byron Smith performing the dou- rn
ble ring ceremony. fe
Soft organ music was played en
throughout the ceremony by Miss ca
Frances Lewis, Miss Elaine Mus- b-
selwhite, soloist sang, "Because" tii
and "The Lord's Prayer". st
Walter Johnson of Port St. Joe, st
served as best man. Monroe Wade g:
Jr., nephew of the bride, of Tal-
lahassee and Bob McKiernan of a
Port St. Joe served as ushers. m
Miss Willa Dean Lowery sister ro
of the groom, of Miami, served
as maid of honor. She wore a bal- a
lerina length powder blue dress in
similar to that of the bride with co
tiny matching bows down the 1


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Lion was held at the social hall of
;t Lowery, Jr., the church. Mrs. A. T. Thames
and Mrs. A. 0. Boyett, sister of
rch Ceremony the bride, served the wedding
cake.
Mrs. Bert Hall and Mrs. How-
ack. She wore a head piece old Harvey, sister of the bride,
latching the dress and carried a preisded over the punch bowl. All
osegay of blue carnations, are from Port St. Joe. Salted
The bride, given in marriage by nuts and dainty mints were at
er brother, James Stewart of points of vantage.
ainbridge, Ga., was lovely in a Mrs. Bob McKiernan presided
white ballerina length lace dress over' the bride's book..
rimmed in satin with a scooped For the wedding trip the bride
eckline. Her shoulder length veil chose a blue faille sheath with
ll from a crown shaped tiara fitted bolero. Her accessories were
embroidered with seed pearls. She white and her corsage was the
carried a white satin Bible topped orchid from her bridal bouquet.
y an orchid beautifully set in After a week's honeymoon, the
ny ribbons and white flowers on couple is at home at 509 Fourth
reamerss. She wore a single Street.
Randd of pearls,a gift from the Out of town guests attending
o:)mm. the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs.
The mother of the bride wore H. E. Stewart arid children Lamar
navy rayon and silk dress with and Mary of Attapulgus, Ga. Mr.
latching accessories and a pink and Mr's. E. 0. Perry and children
3se corsage. James, Charles and Kay of Cli-
The mother of the groom wore max, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. M. V.
white nylon dress with match- Wade and children Monroe and
.g accessories and a pink rose Mehie of Tallahassee, Mr. and
>rsage. Mrs. A. M. Lambert, Valdosta,
'Following the wedding a recep- Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Cul-
breth, Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs.
John H. Stewart, Attapulgus, Ga.,
James Stewart, Bainbridge, Ga.,
Ernest Mills of Marianna, J. W.
r JO E ( Palmer, Dallas, Texas, Mr. and
L JMrs. N. F. Fowler, West Point,
Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barton
and daughter Judy, Abbeville;
S C o Ala., Mrs. Jimmy Whitehead,
Panama City, Mrs. Florence Shi-
Home Phone 7-3821 ner, Panama City.
MRS. BEASLEY FETES
STREETSUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS
rers of Mrs. John Beasley entertained
her Sunday school class the Jun-
of Cement ior department of the First Me-
thodist Church with a weiner
- SIDEWALKS roast last Thursday evening at
907 Garrison Ave.
COPINGS After the weiner roast, games
lCOPINGS and a contest were enjoyed by the
R IAL following, Ricky Godfrey, Bob
MORIALS Craig, Gil Shealy, Betty Ham-
mand, Kay Creech, Morris Butt-
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6X9. Assorted colors. Reg. $8.50

Jap. Fibre Rugs h cash $6.95
3-Pc. All Metal. Consists of 2 passenger glider
and 2 chairs.

Porch and Lawn Set cash S29.95
All Metal. Available in red, green, yellow. Reg. $7.50

Porch, Lawn Chairs cash S5.50
Heavy Weight. Color green. Reg. $12.95 2 only

All Metal Rocker cash S8.50
Reg. $2.95

Child Sling Chair cash $1.95
Frost Brand. Finished in white wood with multicolor
saran seat and back. Reg. $12.95

Lawn Folding Chair cash $6.95
Wood finished. Natural with heavy weight canvas
seat and back. Reg. $10.95

Folding Chair cash $5.50


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SOFA BED $20.00
2-Pc. Consists of sofa and chair.

Sofa Bed Suite $9.95

Used Club Chair S4.95
2-Pc. Covered in red metalic tweed. Reg. $139.95

2-pc. Sofa Bed Suite S99.95
2-Pc. Consists of sofa bed and club chair. Reg. $189.95

2-pe. Sofa Bed Suite $112 9.95
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Bride-Elect Feted WSCS Meets in Church
For Monthly Program
With Tea, Shower The Woman's' Society of Cain
Lian Service met Monday afternoon
The home of Mrs. J. T. Ricketson May 26 in the Methodist Church
on Seventh Street was the setting sanctuary at 3:00 p.m. for their
for a lovely tea shower, Wedues- monthly program with Circle' 2 in
day afternoon, May 21, honoring charge and also the pledge service.
Miss Sonjia Anne Blount, whoose Mrs. G. S. Croxton presided durn
marriage to Frederick Wayne Tay- ing the brief business season af-
lor will ibe solemnized June 11, at ter which the program, under the
3:30, in the Sanctuary of the Me- direction of Mrs. A. M. Jones was
thodist Church. Receiving with the given.
bride-elect, who was beautiful in Mrs. Croxton was presented a
yellow nylon lace with jeweled lovely gift by Mrs. Jones a.; a token
white corsage, were her mother, of love and appreciation from the
Mrs. John Blount and Mrs. Otis M. Society for her fine work as presi-
Taylor, mother of the groom-to-be. dent for the past year.
For this happy occasion the par- Mrs. Ed Ramsey rendered a med
ty rooms were resplendent with ley of hymns on the violia accom
flowers in shades of pink. On the panied by Mri. Swatts a tthl piano.
mantle in the living room was a The march of mission dollars, a
unique arrangement of pink gladio- pledge service, was conducted by
. ,Mrs. Jones. The scriptlure was tak-
li; stokesia on a table near the en- The scriue wata
en from the 2Sth chapter of Mat-
trance where Mrs. Joe Johnson pre- om the 28th chapter of Mat-
sided over the guest book; in the thew 1-6 verses was given by Mrs.
Leonard Belin and a reading by
hall, hydangea. On the buffet werelin and a reading by
two three-branched silver candel- Ivy Williams.
abra holding tall burning pink ta- The first stanza of "Take ,y Life
pers to which were clinging pink and Let It Be" was sung by Mrs.
cherubim, and on the bridal table, Chris Martin. Following prayer by
overlaid with lace over pink, a sil- Mrs. Jones, the society sang the
ver bowl holding roses, carnations, hymn, "Lead On, 0 King Eternal".
snapdragons and, aAs Mrs. Martin sang two other stan-
*snapdragons and gypsophillia, fea-
turing a wedding band encircled as of "Take My Life and Let It
with pink nylon net, within which 13e", each inieber placed her
was a tiny engagement ring. All sil- pledge card at the altar.
ver appointments were used in "Not Turned Back" was present-'
serving coffee, mixed nuts, and ed by Mrs. Nancy Howell, Janet
dainty pink frosted cakes with tiny King and Elsie Griffin. The meet-
jeweled white flowers matching the ing was closed with the society
honoree's corsage, bendeiction.
The honoree was the recipient of
many beautiful gifts, including a Douglas Walters is visiting his,
.silver covered vegetable dish which parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wal-
was 'the gift of the hostesses, Mes- ters at Oak Grove. He is on leave
dames J. T. Ricketson, Roy Gibson, from the Air Force.
Jr., Joe Johnson, Chauncey Costin, ..
G. S. Croxton and Ralph Swatts.
Serving as floor hostesses were
iresdames Gibson and Ricketson B
and pouring, mesdames Crco. g'
Swatts and Costin.
Seventy-five guests called during OPEN DAILY, 2:45 P.N..
the appointed hours. SATURDAY, 12:45 P.M.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1958


ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rev. G. D. Underhill, Rector
Trinity Sunday, June 1. 7:30 a.m.,
Celebration of the Holy Eucharist.
10:00 a.m., Celebration of the Holy
Eucharist and sermon. This is the
Family Service, therefore, you are
urged to come as families and bring
the children. NOTE: During June,
July and August the Church School
will not meet separately at 9:45
a.m. It will meet with the 10:00
a.m. service. The children will re-
main in the Church until the ser-
mon hymn. While that hymn is


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sung they will .go to the Parish
House where they will have thier
class.
7:30 p.m. Evening prayer follow-
ed by a meeting 'of the Episcopal
-Young Churchmen.
7:30 p.m. Celebration of the Holy
Eucharist and sermon at St. John's
Church, Wewahitchka.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.
Mrs. Mary !Grice is in Selma,
Ala., to attend the graduation', f
her granddaughter, Jean Harri':on.


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MINUTES OF THE Citizens who are now working on desires of the committee and that at the earliest date possible and be moved from Wewahitchka; that
COUNTY COMMISSION a petition requesting the Board he could add nothing to what had to give said copy to the Tax Col- the present Court House and Jail
of County Commissioners of Gulf been said. lector in order that he may use buildings could be used for a
Wewahitchka, Florida County to call an election to vote The Chairman requested the that information in order to pre- County Hospital for Coumity In-
The Board of County Corn- on the question of moving the Attorney to inform the Board as pare said list and file one copy digent patients and that there is
missioners of Gulf County, Flor- County Seat from Wewahitchka to the law on this request. The with said committee and one copy a great need for this .type hos-
ida, met this date in regular ses- to Port St. Joe; that the petitionA ey informed that there was with the Board. pital in Gulf Couinty; tat it is
sion with the following members is not ready to be presented at ey Mr. Tomlinson then thanked also possible to equip the jail
present: G. S. Croxton, Chairman, this time, but it will be presented no law pertaining to this type the Board for its consideration. building for an Old Folks Home,
E. C. Harden, Sr., A. J. Strick- at a larger date. Mr. Tomlinson request, but that the law provides r. H. B. Canning, M. D., ap- with wards for the mentally ill
land; J. C. Price, and George W. requested the Board to instruct for the Supervisor -of Registration
andJCooper. C. Price, and George W. th e actor and the Super- to sell a list of the qualified vot- peared before the Board and said patients; that there is a possi
torney, Road Supt.' Engineer and visor of Registration to prepare ers to any person. The Attorney that judging from the preceding biity of war coming to out Coun-
Mosquito Control Supervisor were his committee a qualified list of further stated that the records discussion which involves the try and should that happen, Port
also present, all Culf County Citizens that of the supervisor and the records possibility of moving the County St. Joe will be a prime target
The meeting came to order at would be eligible to sign the in the Tax Collectors office are Seat from Wewahitchka to Port and if Port St. Joe were bombed,
9 o'clock, A. M. petitions and that a copy of said Public Records and that said corn- St. Joe, it appears that the Corn- theo" we would certainly need hos-
A committee composed of M. list be approved and kept on file mittee could make its list if it mittee from Port St. Joe is plan- pital facilities; that this conver-
P. Tomlinson, as Chairman, C. W. with the Board; that his com- wished to do so. ning for the future and if so, the sion would be made for $375,000
Long and J. T. McNeill appeared mittee will pay any and all ex- The Chairman called for the County Commissioners are re- and theu the yearly operating ex-
before the Board with Mr. Ton- pense involved in making the Supervisor to come before the quested to give serious consider- pease to the county would be a
linson as spokesman and told the list. Board and, after discussion, in- ation of the future use of the M. C. W. Long appeared be-
Board that they were appearing Mr. James T. McNeill said that structed said Supervisor to pre- present Court House and Jail e the Board ong appead t he
on behalf of a group Port St. Joe Mr. Tomlinson has expressed the p;are a list of all qualified electors building if the County Seat should fore the Board any said that hel
sees that any number of delaying
actions can effect the action of
the Board on the Petition when
it s filed by his Committee and
CONGRATULATIONS For Your Shopping Convenience requested theBoard to act on
the petition as soon as it comes
b fore the Board.
Sf We have complete sizes of all the Floyd C. Lister appeared be-
S Sv c p t 0 sie of l l fore the Board and concurred in
the proposed plan offered by Dr.
.Cs o f 8 Senior Boys Canning and said thatthe present
Court House and Jail buildings are
very substantially constructed,
The gift that is sure to please which reminded him of the very
A Beautiful The very fashionable bad hurricane struck
MANHATTAN d hurcane that struck Port
S r4 Shr ESQUIRE SOCK, TIE St. Joe several years ago, at which
ESQUIRE SOCK, TIE time hundreds of Port St. Joe
S t S t Citizens rushed to the Court House
PRICEDFROM .\E n e m l for protection from the storm.
Colors: Tan, maroon, navy, Mr. W. 0. Meeks presented a
W3.95 u brown, grey, charcoal. "Just plat of "Meeks Lake Subdivision"
the color to set off that new and requested same be filed and
Hundreds of patterns for your g radiation suit." approved. Whereupon, there was
selection. Stripes solids checks a motion by Comm. Harden, see-
plaids. Ivy styling for the a moon by Comm. Harden, sec-
young man. o ended by Comm. Strickland and
unanimously carried that said
SW K E plat be approved and filed in the
SVJEllELRY -TEX^A-TAN Publics Records of this County.
The Sheriff informed the Board
CUFF LINKS ---....-. $1.50 "The first name in leather goods" that the State Prison Inspector
TIE PINS and BARS $1.50 c BILLFOLDS $3.50 to $5.00 has ruled that the County J.ail
SETS ......----...-...----.........----.-...---..... $2.50 and $3.50 TRAVEL KITS $6.95 and $7.95 must undergo certain repairs to
"THE ALL NEW JEWELRY FOR MEN" B E L T S -- $1.50 to $5.00 the plumbing system and other
minor repairs, or the Jail will be
MANHATTAN BERMUDA condemned; that if the Jail is
DRESS SHIRTS S condemned, it would mean that
R BESS SHI RTS I all County Prisoners would be
White, colored stripes, wash and wear \aken to another County Jail,
i stris, sS olid scott plaid. either to Apralachicola, Panama
S8 1 8 t City or to Blountstown; that this
9 transferring each prisoner will
"Just The Collar Style to .. Sizes 28 to 42. He wil enjoy costthe county much more mo-
pla him ?c them the hot summer days ney in one year that it will cost to
please him ahead, do repairs that are quired; that
the necessary repairs will cost
F less than $5,000.00 After consid-
eration, there was a motion by
Comm. Harden, seconded by
-. SEE OUR NEW Comm. Stickland and unanimously
EA H-carried, that the necessary repairsI
MANHATTAN BEACH ENSEMBLES t -hEeeJ
?The County Engineer reported
Stripes, Plaid, Checks Sizes S., M. and L. to the Board that the Federal
A"^ ^ CCJiE Housing and Home Finance Agen-
LN^M LENSEmaLEC yWf SUIT a3 SHI RT ondcy will make surveys as to a wa-
Ster and Sewage System for any
TO Community in the County, pro-
rW f, ,W S Wr viding the County Commissioners
S TO R 95will declare the area to 'be sur-
W f 9 veyed as a "Sanitary District",
Men s Swim Suits 3. 50to 5.95 r-rs'--
that the survey will cost -the Corn-
Mwm munity nothing, unless the sur-
"We Are Headquarters for All Men's Reach Wear" vey is actually used and the Wa-
ter and Sewage System installed.
ESQUIRE After discussion, it was decided
ja seS rE that people in Highland View,
Dic is Oak Grove and White City will
Ivy League .. '1er or not they will be interested
1 be contacted to determine wheth-
Beautiful new colors. Light blue, tan, yellow, in such a survey wi be interested
SI n /O in m such a survey.
grey. Solids and fancies Mr. Max W. Kilbourn, the donor
SHORTIE and LONG FOR MEN of the shrubbery and Landscaping
Colors: Tan and White For those casual for the "Dr. Thomas Meriwether
$3 9 A 0 5 95 $3 95 ofCarefree hours Health Center", informed the
Sto Sizes 28 to 36 Board that the Landscaping is
3 9 t[ I Colors: Tan, Light now complete and that Mrs. J. A.
blue and white. Whitfield, Mrs. C. W. Norton, Jr.,
Manhattan Gift Pa M. W. Rogers and Major C. F.

Esquire Stretch Sox. $1.00 White Handkerchiefs 4 for 1 o this project and said tha these
their work. Whereupon, it was
HUBBAR SL Cunanimously agreed that t he
Curlee Board adopt a resolution thanking
Ne rauatonFollow our Grad- HUBB L KS all of those people that contribut-
New Graduation ution Gf uide ed to the landscaping for the Dr.
nation Gift Guide Thomas Meriwether Health Cen-
SS IITS for Gr ad nation WASH and WEAR --- IVY LEAGUE ter ald th Cente Dr. Albert L. Ward
Gift ideas. Then The following hospital bills
4 ": Handsome new fabric of Da- make your seleo- DACRON and WOOL were presented for approval un-
/ crown and wool, Dacron and der the Hospital Indigent pro-
Stion f'om our Agram, to-wit: Elaine Weeks $123.
Rayon. All new blends for your selection 85; Willie James Kirksey $145.00;
PRICED FROM complete line of Maggie Zilner $15.00 and Idus
$39.9 pesmart men's ap 8 Glass $82.00. Said bills were duly,

a 3 S 9e.9h5 eare8 S 9 to 512.95 ^ Board discussed the pos-:
(sibility of getting a cancer patient

into the Hospital under the Hos-
dptal Indigent program, but after


j [ ( .- discussion, it was determined that
this patient did not qualify under
* the program.
S1- "OUTFITTERS FOR DADS and LADS" The Clerk reported that there
: is now a balance of $851.38 in
I-"' the St. Joseph Fire control Dist.
S., 410 Reid Avenue Phone BAll 7-8171 by Comm. Cooper, seconded by
MENS & BOYS' WEA Comm. Price and duly carried,
MEN &S BOYS' WEAR that said amount be paid over to
the City of Port St. Joe to be
used by its Fire Department to*


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.

defray expenses of fighting fires
within said Fire District.
The Chairman discussed the
shortages of pipe on hand and the
capacity to make pipe and told
that the County could use much
more pipe than the Road Depart-
ment now produces.
A discussion was entered into
with reference to the Mosquito
Control Program. Mr. J. A. Mul-
'rennan, Director, Bureau of En-
,omeogy informed the Board that
unless all State 1 funds are ex-
pended by July 9th, said funds
will revert back to the state trea-
sury, which means that Gulf
County will loose about $30,000.00
of this type money this year, un-
less the Mosquito Control Dis-
trict purchases equipment for any
other purpose.
The Board considered the ques-
tion and decided that the Mos-
quito Control District ought to
accept the gift from the Bureau
of Entomology because the Mos-
quito Control requires equipment
that it does not have and without
the program will be discontinued.
Whereupon, there was a motion
by Comm. Cooper, seconded by
Comm. Price and upon vote was
unanimously carried, that the
County advertise to purchase for
the Mosquito Control District
with State 1 funds, the following
equipment: On (1) Low-boy trail-
er. Bids to be received until 6 PM,
May 30, 1958.
Norman P. Gross Architect,
presented the plans for the in-
stallation of accoustical ceiling in
the Court Room. After consider-
ation, there was a motion by
Comm. Strickland, seconded by
Comm. Harden and upon vote was
unanimously carried, that the
Board advertise to receive bids
for the installation of the accous-
tical 'ceiling as per plans presented
by Mr. Gross. to be received un-
til May 30, 1958, at 6 PM.
The following letter was re-
ceived and ordered copied into
the minutes, to-wit:
Wewahitchka, Florida
May 13, 1958
Mr. G. S. Croxton, Chairman
Board of County Comnunissioners
Gulf County
Wewahitchka, Florida
Dear Mr. Croxton:
As you know, I recommended
the splitting of Precinct 8 in
Port St. Joe several weeks ago
and stated that I would have a
further recommendation to make
of splitting other precincts in
other precincts in Gulf County.
However, after investigating .the
matter more. thoroughly. I wish


THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1958
to withdraw my previous recom-
mendation concerning the split-
ting of precincts at this time.
Very truly yours,
Mrs. C. G. Rish
Supervisor of Registration
Gulf County, Florida
Hon. R. H. Ellzey, City Com-
missioners of Port. St. Joe not-
ified the Board that .the Cere-
monies of the Overpass on U. S..
98 in Port St. Joe has been set
back to June 3, 1958, at 4:00 PM.
The Gulf Woodlands Trusts
presented a right of way on por-
tions of the Wetappo County
Road. The same was accepted and
ordered in Public Records of Gulf
County.
The U. S. Coast Guard District
Commander filed High Explosives
Loading Permits -issued to Inter-
continental Shipping Co., Gulf
Lighterage Co., L. Kvande, Master
SS Askeladden.
The Farm Agent presented his
monthly report and the same was
ordered filed.
The following bills were pre-
sented, examined, approved and
ordered paid, to-wit:
There being no further business
the meeting did then adjourn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core G. S. Croxton
Clerk Chaiman

FIRST BAPTIST CIRCLE 2
MET MONDAY AFTERNOON
Circle 2 of the First Baptist
Church met Monday, May 19 with
Mrs. W. J. Daughtry with six
members present and three visi-
tors, Mrs. L. W. Cox, WMTU pres-
ident, Mrs. Agnes Wooten and
Mrs. J. W. Plair.
The meeting opened with Mrs.
W. C. Pridgeon giving the de-
votional. Mrs. Bob Ellzey and
Mrs. Pridgeon read the scripture
lesson.
The program was then present-
ed by Mrs. W. I. Carden, Mrs. E.
C. Cason and Mrs. C. A. McClel-
lan.
Mrs. W. J. Daughtry led the
group in prayer. Mrs. McClellan
presided over the meeting in the
absence of the circle chairman.
Good reports were given by
each chairman after which Mrs.
Cason dismissed the group with
prayer.
Refreshments were served dur-
ing the social hour.

Visit In Panama City
Mrs. 'John Beasley and son,
Lloyd spent the week end in Pan-
ama City visiting Mr. and Mrs.
W. N. Chestnut.


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NEWS FROM and Mrs. J. R. Chestnut of Macon, Marguerite Gibson and Mrs. Leo ed the Graduating exercises of lers at the Clinton Cox home Thur
Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Coleum Shealy. Sr. their daughter, Miss Melba Butts day night.
Highland View Chestnut of Pensacola. Doyle Glass, son of Mr. and Mrs. at Parkinston Junior College in The ,Baptist Young Married Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Burke and Hope Glass has been confined to Parkinston, Miss., Friday night. day School class had their iquarter-
By MRS. EULA ROGERS son Gibson spent last T.hursday and Bay Memorial Hospital in Panama Melba has completed her sopho- 13y social at the church nursery
PHONE BAll 74652 Friday here and in Port St. .Joe and City where he underwent surgery. more year'. She will be at home for Thursday night. It was greatly en-
I Apalachicola with relatives. Son All Doyles little friends hope him the summer. joyed by those attending. A lovely
Mr. and Mrs. Ji mChestnut had weekGibson is spending this week in la speedy recovery. Mrs. Myrtle Curti and children of blouse was presented to Mis is Mary
as their guests this week, two ofApalachicola with his aunts, Miss Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Butts attend- Panama City are spending the wee, Cox, their former teacher as a fare-
their sons and their families, Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Raffield and well gift. Refreshments were servoid
family, by Mrs. Lorine Kennedy and Mrs.
Mrs. L. A. Garner of Graceville Ernestine Morris.
was the guest of her son and fani- Paul Donidson and amiily are iJs
ilyv last week, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. iting in Vernon and Panama City
Jones. Charlie Parker of Mexico Bench
Mrs. Nancy Patterson of Grace- was a visitor at the 11ighland View
ville is visiting her daughter and Methliodigt Churcit Sunday night,.
family, Mr. and Mrs. 'Walter Arm- Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Champion and
..., strong this week. family were week end guests of
Mrs. Luther Christmas lhas re- tihe Brooks Kennington family.
turned home from the Municipal The WMU of the Highland View
t o' i Baptist Church met at the home of
Hospital where he underwent sur- Mrs. Roosevelt Mori onda -
gery last Friday. All his friends ning. Scriptures om Psalm 23:27-
hope him a speedy recovery. 35was read. Prayer w as led y3
_______ tMPs. Josephine Jordan of Mexico 3Mrs Ruth Haruek. T le topic of
Mrs. Ruth IHarbuck. The topic of
,.Beach and her mother, Mrs. White the circle program was "The Chris-
of Kentucky visited Miss Mary Cox tion And the Alcohol Problem".
and her mother Friday afternoon. The subject was read and discussed
James Colvin and family wiere the by the group. The hostess served
xweek end visitors of relatives in refreshments, to the five members
'"Liberty County present.
I Mrs. Sallie Grovely and Homer _
-- -i Barwick of Tallahassee were cal --... ...


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CIRCLE FOUR MEETS
WmiTH MRS. RAMSEY
Circle No. four of the Long
Avenue Baptist Church held its
: iL.,r" meeting May 20 in the
h;:me of Mrs. WeIh'y R. Ramsey.
The program, "Doors To The
South" was taken from the Royal
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HUNGER SIGNS IN ANT'S a few days after moisture and nitro-
Different creatures use different gen has been added to the soil.
signals to let us know they are Potassium is another major plant
hungry. Cows bellow, pigs squeal, food element. It counteracts the
babies cry, and little chickens peep. soft growth of nitrogen. It gives the
Plh cat can't make noises, butplant stiffness and hardiness of
they can let you know when they growth. When potassium is low, the
need plant food They use signals older leaves begin to show a tip of


that we can read if we know what
to look for.
Fields of green, healthy, vigorous
crops mean high soil fertility. But
weak, yellow, stunted ,plants signal
that something is wrong with the
fertility program.
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leaves towards the growing tip.
Phosphorous is the flower and
seed builder of the plant. When
present with adequate amounts
of nitrogen and potassium the
plant matures early and is a corn-
ipact, healthy plant. The older
leaves gradually turn bronze or pnu-
ple in color.
Calcium is known as the ioil
conditioner and root buibler. Its
sweetens acid soils and helps
plants grow clean white, vigorous
roots. A shortage of calcium makes
a sickly, brown root system, and
causes the ,terminal buds to fail
to develop .
Magnesium is the chlorophyll
builder in a plant. For this rea-
son, a shortage of magnesium quick-
ly affects the green color of the
leaves. This sympton first appears
as a yellowing between the green
veins. In more advanced stages of
deficiency ithe entire leaf turns
yellow.

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Nicholas will visit this area next THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
week for the purpose of helping
veterans or their dependents fil- the year.
SO U It 'y inlg claims for Compensation Bene- The average new GI home si
.. fits or shoving their Insurance pro- for $14,335, and more than 40 p
blems. This free service includes cent fell within the $12,00, $15,0
A K ,assistance to employees of veter- price range.
..... A gents N otes oans under the GI Bill, Vocational
A g n s o s C S Training, Subsistence or other Used homes sold on GI loans 1
problems.
BL During his visit in this area Nich-
By CUBIE R. LAIRD olas may be contacted at the follow-
(U. S. Department of Agriculture. University of Florida Agricultural Extension in g places at the ,time and on the "
Service. and Gulf County Board of Commissioners Cooperating. Office open 9 a.m. date cifi M 2
to noon, (CST) Mon-Fri. in the Courthosse, Wewahitchka, Florida.) date specified. Monday, June 2,
1958 Port St. Joe, Fla. at the City |
FIRE ANTS portant fertilizer elements and Hall From: 8:30 9:30 AM (EST) '
The men working on the Import- see what they do, and what hap- Wewahitchka, Fla. at City Hall
ed Fire Ants eradication in Gulf pens to the plant when it doesn't From; 9:00 10:00 AM (CST).
County stated recently that they get enough of them.
will treat the territory infested Nitrogen is the foliage builder Vet A
with these ants with insecticide to in plants. Using nitrogen promotes V S Pay Verag
kill them just as soon as the wea- fast, succulent growth. Too much A e I o e
their permits. nitrogen ckn produce too much soft of 13,800 on Homes
HONEY LOANS PROGRAM tissue, and may make the plant
The Commodity Credit Corpo- more susceptible to frosts. Veterans during 1957 paid an a-
ration will loan ugp to 10.7 cents You can easily notice when a average of $13,800 for their G. I.
per lb. on table grade honey this plant has too little nitrogen. The homes, Sumner G. Whittier, A'ndmin-
year. Information relative to this leaves gradually change from dark istrator of Veterans Affairs, Said
and other CCC loans may ibe ob- green to a uniform yellowing of the today.
trained at the Courthouse in Wewa- entire plant. This yellowing can be He said the figure is based on -J UST
hitchka at the County ASC office used as a guide to when to apply a a sample survey of GI loan home
on any Friday from Mr. Leslie nitrogen top-dressing. Plants re- purchases during 1957, and includes
Cobb County Office Manager. spond very quickly to added nitro- both new and used homes. New
gen. Their leaves turn green within houses accounted for 172 percent of .---


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S ,to wish you had a camera with y-ou
S;to record something for pos:,'ity?
S Such happened to me the other
1, ay. Three cameras in my posses-
'son strowed from the shop to the
i house and nary a one in hand when
' /ii t.\ it was most needed.


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ETAOIN SHRDLU
(Continued from page 1)
,man's estimate of weight will be
accepted as gospel. -A good rule
in anybody's book.
We are going to claim that ex-
pert fisherman plaque. Anybody
that can catch fish on the days we
go, is an expert. They stop biting
at 8:00 a.m. of the day that I plan
to go.


Circle Two Has
Charge of Meeting

Circle Two of'the WHU of the
First Baptist 'Church was In
c hnrge of t(he lRoyal Service uro-


i, The occasion of which I am ....
gram, Monday afternoon at the
speaking had to do with lawyer gram, Monday afternoon at the
- Cecil G. Costin, Jr. Cecil has just church. Mrs. Joe Bracewell, circle
e-hairma'n gave the devotional-based
moved over into our neighborhood t Gr Commission", Mat-
on South Marvin Avenue. C-.i is 0 -20,
on South Marvin Avenue. C mil is on the "Great Commission", Mat-
on the West side of South Marvin. threw 28:18-20, followed with a
He's on the "down" side of Marvi. song, "Jesus Saves" and prayer by
SAt any rate,. we passed by Cecil's Mrs. E. C. Cason. The program
new house the other day, and lo chairman, Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon,
and behold, there he was with a presided over the program. The sub-
shovel in hand throwing dirt right ject was "The Doors South".
and left in his yard. We yelled at "The First Doors South" were gi-
Shim to keep it up for just a minute yen by: Mrs. L. W. Cox, "Mexico";
while we chased after a camera to Mrs. Bob Ellzey, "Guatemala";
record this historic sight of manual Mrs. E. C. Cason, "Honduras";
labor. Cecil wouldn't hear of it, Mrs. C. A. McClellan, "Costa Rica".
S ,i,, .' "I'm bushed", he said, "I From doors in South America,
can't manage another shovel-full- Mrs. Pridgeon gave, "Venezuela";
even for your posterity". .Mrs. Carden, "Ecuador"; and Mrs.
* Oh well, just little things like C. Byron Smith gave "Peru". Mrs.
this is what makes opportunity pass (Pridgeon gave the closing medi-
lyou buy. A chance for a picture in station, remembering in prayer the
a million-and no camera. missionaries to the South.


Stac House Whisperings
By KATHLEEN DOWD
Saturday, May 24 there was a
covered dish supper at the STAC
House. Mrs. Biggs was assisted by
the chaperone, Mrs. S. R. Brown.
There were 42 members present.
Next Saturday night, May 31 .1:e
STAC House is giving a "Farewell.
To Seniors" party. The STAC
House wishes to urge everyone to
come and make this a most suc-


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During a short business session,
Miss Marietta Chafin was elected
as intermediate GA leader during
her summer vacation at home.
Next Monday will be business
meeting.

Kindergarten Grads
To Be Honored

The little graduates of Happyland
Kindergarten will be the inspira-
tion of a garden party given by
Mrs. Walter Johnson 'and Mrs.


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B. W. EELLS, Owner


Today that sub-
S ject is just plain
1 "wells". In tact
S all kind of wells.


about the two
S. holes in the
ground? No? .
Well, well', well,
that's all of it,
and there's no
BOYLES more! Well, both


my grandfathers had a well .
deep, dark cooling wells. We were
not so lucky, while growing up
way out on the farm. We had a
spring only down and up a
rocky, steep hill ... took plenty
of muscle and arm power in those
days and we were stingy with wa-
ter. Hand wash, half pint; face and
hand wash, one pint; a full body
wash up limited most of the time
to one bucket; plenty of arguments.
4 few fights over whose turn it
was to pull the hill and draw the
water. Nevertheless it was wondre-
ful, wet, cold and delicious water.
We were very proud of our spring
and I've heard my dad elaborate
on its merits to many friends and
visitors Think he was almost
in the notion to bottle and sell it
as a sort of special', healing water.
In recent years a hydraulic pump
does the pulling and pushing .A
great thing, too. Man power, tuere
has been reduced from seven to
one. Our dad still holding the fort,
and mom just turns a spigot when
spring water is needed. Both in
their 80's have a keen appreciation
for progress with wells and springs
left in the background. Well, we
sure wandered from our subject
and think it well 'to get .back to
wells where, we started.
There are many, many kind of
wells and the one that is nearest
to our hearts at this time is one
that is also most important to- you
and everyone the plain, simple
wonderful underestimated matter
of just being -WELL good
health the great feeling of
well-being. Just stop a minute and
think. Regardless of the burdens
and difficulties of life you'll be
glad you're well. The word well
must have derived from the pure,
health giving waters that flow in
the depths of Mother EIarth. While
all is not well, or wells, should we
noc be glad to be as well, to see as
well, to hear as well, to smell as
well (most of the time), to live as
well, to eat as well, to sleep as well'.
In other words to have as many
wells? It is a thought that water
must come from the inside and the
depths of a well and is it not nec-
essary that being well, must also
come from 'the inside of our human
frames? Well, here's hoping you're
well, wishing you well', and think-
ing well of you while we're fully
conscious of the fact this subject
has not been exhausted or develop-
ed WELL. (.It is hoped the measure-
ments mentioned in the first para-
graph will not be taken too ser-
iously frankly, it was rough
guessing I did not measure!)
Well, friends and Sunshiners, it's
t'me to stop and I'm thinking you
ar.e thinking that's well.
P. S. Well, friends, back again,
thinking it's not so well we failed
to get in one little commercial and
far as I know we're still paying full
price for this space Here goes:
You can buy well at BOYIJES ..
the merchandise is well marked .
well branded, well' selected, well
suited to your needs and you can
get your pocketbook WELL .
emptied at BOYLES.
Hope you're feeling well enough
to get there and buy well today.
Thanks for listening.
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STAR WANT ADS PAY
S Adverti
Adverth


Street. lPhone 7-5421, Mrs. D. 11.
Dickens, Sr. tfc-4-3
FOR RENT: New two bedroom
house. Call 7-8058, Mrs. J. S. Shi-
rey. tfc-1-2
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Monument. Ph.
7-5771. tfc-3 20
FOR RENT: Furnished cottages
and apartments. See Otto Ander-
son. tfc-3-27
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house at
White City. Modern plumbing.
Apply at Rich's Curb Market, White
City or call 9-1145. tfc-5-22
FOR LEASE: Small store and gas
station, including most necessary,
equipment. Store has been recently
renovated and ready for occupancy.
Ideally located on the beach at Bea-
con Hill. Call BAll 7-7816 or see C.
L. Costin. tfa-5-15
FOR SALE: 2 homes at St. Joe
Beach, one priced at $4,750.00
and one priced at $7,750.00. Small
down payment. See or call, Buddy
McLemore Real Estate, 201 East
6th Street, Panama City, Fla.,
Phone PO 3-1397. 4tc-5-8
FOR SALE: New house, 3 bedroom,
living room, dining room, kitchen,
storage room plumbed for washer,
carport. FEHA financing approved.
Small down payment. See Joe Chris-
tian, Phone 7-4616. 2tc5-15
DEALER WANTED: 200 farm
,home necessities, medicines, vi-
tamins, spices, foods, toiletries, etc.
well known in Gulf Co. For partic-
*ulars see H. H. Benson, Compas
Lake or write Rawleigh's Dept.
FAE-101-142, Memphis, Tenn. 3tp
FOR SALE: 2 wheel half ton trail-
er. Good condition $85.00. Fully
semi-automatic Kenmore washing
machine $40.00. Baby high bed and
seat combination, $5.50. Phone
9-9124. 2tc


Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sanford
Daugharty announce the birth of a
daughter, Brenda Lee, on May 24.
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Chesley Bail-
ey announce the birth of a daugh-
ter, Debra Ann on May 24.
(All births occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital at Port St. Joe.)


SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfe-6-2
"'ADE US that useless article for
Something useful. STOP and
'WAP.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing money see us for anything
rou need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
WILLIS V. ROWAM POST 110,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
nlug first and. third Monday lnights
<00 p.m., American Legion Home
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every Other
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren Invited.
C. W. LONG, N. G.
J. C. PRICE, Secty.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
fhird Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ROBERT W. SMITH, W.M.
ROY L. BURGH, Sooty.
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.

FOR SALE
1 House and 1 vacant lot at,
Mexico Beach.
House on McClellan Ave.,
2 bedroom.
POR SALE: House at 522 9th
St. Priced to sell.
SEVERAL NICE HOMES for
sale in different parts of Port
St. Joe. We help you arrange
financing. If you are inteL'est-
ed in owning your own ho'ne,
please contact us.

E. TOM PRIDGEON
Reg, Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-7741


BROWARD
COUNTY
County Seat,

Ft. Lauderdale


Although not officially created as a county till 1915
from Palm Beach and Dade counties, Broward is rich in
Florida history. One of the first Seminole Indian
reservations is located in the county where archaeolo-
gists have uncovered many ruins of historic value.
According to Indian 'legends, New River, running
through the center of Fort Lauderdale, sprang from the
earth overnight. Today, Broward is one of the country's
fastest growing counties. Named for State Governor
N. B. Broward [1905-091 the county's main source of
revenue is the tourist industry.
In progressive Broward County, and throughout
Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation works
cons-talntly to assure the sale of beer and ale under
plant, orderly conditions. Believing that strict law
en'forenr nt :erveos the best interest of the people of
,'lorida, the Foundation stresses close cooperation with
the -itiird Forces, law enforcement and. governing
officials ;i its continuing "self-regulation" program.


A United States Brewers
Foundation
0 Flo,1i. DMio
A. 2 03 N.ai, rSItreet
Orixo Flria


Charles Brown June 2 at 7:00 p.m. THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1958
Receiving certificates are the fol- WANTED Waitresses, short order
lowing:Billy Herring, Elyse Dw-tresses, short order
lowing: Billy Herring, Elyse Dow- CLASSIFIED ADS cooks, dish washer. Mubt have
den, Brenda Wall, Michael Powel', transportation, be able to work any
Julie Buttram, Carol Grace, Debbie FOR SALE: Two bedroom house shift. Apply Rainbow Motel Res-
Sykes, David Mazorol, Judith Stone. on Garrison Ave., with oak floors taurant, Mexico Beach. 3tc-5-15
Phil McLeod, George Winters, Ben- ft. lot. A good buy at $9,200.00. BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME with
ny Dickens, Deborah Mahon, Nan- A LARGE two bedroom house on -beautiful ceramic tile. Repair
cy Richards, John Christian, Kathie Hunter's Circle with separate din- work our specialty. Work may be
Sutton, Debbie Hattaway, Stanley ing room, breezeway and garage, seen at T. Hicks in White City.
J n i a D TWO NICE CONCRETE houses at J. B. HICKS, Tile and Marble Co.,
Johnson, Janie Shealey, Debbie Mexico Beach between highway Phone 7-7995. tfc-5-22
Bowlin and Dennis Atchison. and water. One furnished and one LOST at high school in gym, a Bu-
Each year the kindergarten asits unfurnished. lova 17 jewel yellow gold wrist
a minister to give a short talk and WILL SELL the Patrick property watch with expansion band. I
present Beacon Hill for $8,500. This found please return to Melvin Sea-
present the miniature ceriFcates Iincludes two front lots and two wright at school or Mr. Bowdoin or
to the graduates. This year Father back lots and all buildings thereon. coach or call 7-4853. tfc-5-15
Coldreavy of St. Joseph Church will FRANK HANNON
officiate. Registered Real Estate Broker SPECIAL SERVICES
SPhone 7-3491 211 Reid Ave. LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
P rS. Joe... a hour. Cut your lawn and let me
Port St. Joe, Fla. worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom nrsn-. son. Phone 7-7501.
ed apartment. Newly redecorated. I
$35 per month. Close in. Inqui-e at 1IUPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
Hl I 1904 Garrison or call 7-8642. tfc-5-29 furniture lo-k old? Bring it to
FOR RENT: 2 eroo Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished and Reid for expert rebuilding.
By R. GLENN BOYLES apartment. Close in. Inquiry at
National Institutes of Health 1904 Garrison or call 7-8642. tfc-5-29 NEW CAR OWNERS: Protect that
Bethesda, Md. FOR SALE: 2 bedroom frame bright new upholstery with tailor
Dear Sunshiners house. 305 13th St. See at any- made seat covers. Many fabrics to
Der unshiners: time. John G. Ellerbell. 3tp-5-29 choose from. Butler's Trim Shop,
This is an experience in free Corner Second and Reid.
wheeling and free lancing and hay- FOR RENT: Furnished house at St.
Joe Beach. $55 per month. See FOR FAST, EFFICIENT PLUMB-
ing no special, or thought out sub- Bill Carver or call 7-7521. 2p ING SERVICE. Call Bill's Plumb-
ject we'll pick one right out of the ing. Phone 7-7846 or 7-8161. tfc
air and see what comes of it. FOR RENT: 4 room house on 4th


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MAY 29, 30 and 31
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EGGS
In Carton

Doz. 39c
First Cut

PORK CHOPS

Lb. 59c
Economy Brand-Tray Pack

Sliced BACON

lb. 49c
.De iBroad (all vegetable)

OLEO lb. 19c
All Meat

BEEF STEW

Lb. 69c
SWANSDOWN

CAKE MIXES
White, Yellow, Devil's Food

Pkg. 28c
Lemon and Vanilla

Jello Pudding

2 for 15c

No. 2 Can

TOMATOES

2 cans 33c

Real and Kudos

CORNED BEEF

Can 39 c

SEA TIDE

SALMON

Can 49c

Maxwell House

COFFEE

Can 89 c


PRODUCE -

CABBAGE

Lb. 5c

CUKES ea. 5c
No. 191-Best on market

POLE BEANS

2 lbs. 35c

SQUASH

Lb. 5c

Butter Bean Okra
PRICE WILL BE RIGHT
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POTATOES

l0 ibs. 49c
McKenzie's Frozen

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