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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: October 23, 1958
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in awhile-Trade with
your home town merchants


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
-.. -. .-... i ,iA THIURSDAY. OCTOBER .23 1958 NUMBER 4


TWENTY-SECOND YEAR


. . .


Unit Foresters of St. Joe Paper Company Gather Here
After a business meeting and a field trip, the unit .foresters of the Woodlands Division of the
St. Joe Paper Company and their families enjoyed a picnic at the Centennial Building here last Sat-
urday. The barbecued chicken and spare ribs with all the trimmings were supplied by H. R. Maige,
supervisor of the St. Joe Unit. Other Unit Supervisors present were: Ben S. Lovingood, Hosford,
Silas Eubanks, Southwood, W. T. Dowden, St. Jam es, H. W. White, *Jr., Bay County and Paul W. Groom
Wetappo.
SJPC's Woodlands Division, under the direction of R. C. Bient, Jr., with headquarters at South-
wood Farm near Tallahassee, is primarily concernde with the management of almost a million acres
of company owned land. This huge pine producing area with over eight hundred miles of firebreaks,
is divided into seven units with a supervising forester in charge of each. It requires the services of
over 100 employees to carry out its forestry program. The Tallahassee nursery, undre H. G. Conrad,
produces five million pine seedlings annually for reforestation.
Photo from 'left to right: H. W. White, Silas'Eubanks, Ben S. Livingood, H. R. Maige. Paul W.
Groom and W. T. Dowden.



Big Parade Will Launch


P-TA Carnial Saturday Eve


Port St. Joe Elementary School y Observe UN Day W ith Rest
PTA annual Hallowe'en carnival Il'e ev UN Day W ith Rest
will be held Saturday, October 25 O sr
in the City Park at the foot of Fifth c 'ion On Friday er 24
St- cording to R H. Elzey, Friday, October 24
'president of the Elementary PTA.
Carnival festivities will begin Port St. Joe will join in the hd Will C
13th celebration of United Nations Children Collect
Saturday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. Day, FridDy, October 24.*
At 3:00 p.m. the annual Hallowe'en Day, Fridy, Octobeennies For UNICEF
parade will start down Reid Ave- Silas R. Stone, local attorney was
nue, led by the Port St. Joe High named by Mayor J. L. Sharit to Throughout Port St. Joe, chil-
School Band. It will make its way head Poit St. Joe's United Nations dren dressed in Hallowe'en garb
to the Carnival grounds where all Day Committee. He will coordin- will be ringing doorbells as ambas-
costumed entrants will be judged ate the various programs being sadors of goodwill for UNI'CEF, the
for the best costumes. Prizes to sponsored by local civic and ser- United Nations Children's Fund
be awarded include a $25.00 saving vice organizations. Mr. Stone nam- next Thursday night. These ghosts
account at Citizens' Federal Say- ed to serve with him as sub-corn- and goblins will be trick or treat-
ings and Loan Association for first inittee chairmen the following: ing for pennies, nickels and dimes
prize; a $15.00 saving account at Benjamin H. Dickens, Civic Clubs; to help the Children's Fund provide
the Florida Bank at Port St. Joe Hubert E. Richards, Public Schools medicine and food to millions of
for second prize and a $10.00 say- Wesley R. Ramsey, Newspaper and sick .and hungry children all -over
ing account at the Florida Bank at Martin J. Begley, Radio, the world. Sponsored locally by
Port St. Joe for the third prize. civic clubs and nationally by the
Immediately after these activities Mayor Sharit 'announced forma- U.vic clubsommittee for UNICEF, this
the carnival will be officially open. tion of the U. N. Day Committee in sharing of Hallowe'en has become
Features to be enjoyed at the response to a request from the a tradition to .millions of American
carnival are: Fish pond and darts, United States Committee for the children in more than 8,500 corn-
first grade; hot dog's and peanuts, United Nations which is delegated munities throughout -the nation.
second grade; coffee ,candy and by the President of the United This year many youngsters in Port
snow balls, third grade; hambur- States each year to promote the St. Joe will be taking part in their
gers, fourth grade; cold drinks, nationwide observance of United second annual program.
house of horrors and cake walk, Nations Day throughout the coun-i
fifth grade; bowling alley, bean bag try. October 24, 1945 was the day Each trick or treat coin more
and baseball Ithrow, sixth grade, that the United Nations officially than doubles itself, because UNI-
The carnival committee is corn- came into being. The theme for the CEF assistance means self-help.
posed of Mrs. Robert Fox, Mrs. 1958 celebration of U. N. Day is Each country receiving aid contri.
Tom Coldewey and Mrs. Gannon "'The U. N. Is Your Business". butes an average of '$2.00 in either
Buzzett. Parade chairman is R. H. ------money br .services' for every dollar
Ellzey. The building committee is Visit Ralph Shirahs from the Children's Fund. Partici-
composed of Leonard Belin, Howard Mrs. Emmette Daniell and Mrs. nation in Trick or Treat for UNI-
McKinnon, Warren Pareseau, HaT- L. White visited with their sister, CEF means a more productive life
ry Dowden, Bruce Weeks, 0. C. Mrs. Ralph Shirah at Tyndall Field today, and a better world tomor-
Hammond and R. H. Ellzey. Monday. row for millions of children.



Sharks To Meet Chipley Here


Friday; Victor Over Bay B'



Chipley Tigers ighfumble onthe 1. Smith mov- Get T Early
scored on a keeper play.
Next On List The next Shark score came on a Principal Leroy Bowdoin an-
beautiful 61 yard dash by Ed Smith nounced this week that tickets
The Sharks gained their third that ended on the Bay High seven. for Friday night's football game
SrFullback Willie Daniell bulled down would be on sale early.
win of the season in an unspectacu-, .
win of theseason un to the two where le crashed over The tickets are on sale right
B team 26-0 last Thursday Hight. for the score. now at Smith's Pharmacy and at
B a 2- lt T Pylant's Store for Men and Boys.
Even though the Baytowners were The Sharks final score came af-
strictly outclassed by the Sharks ter a series of plays put the ball The tickets are $1.25 for adults
they managed ito hold them to only on the Bay High two. Zipperer and 75c for children.
,six points in the first quarter, stepped over for the score. Bowdoin said that the tickets
The Sharks gained their first Tomorrow night the Sharks, with were being offered for sale early
touchdown 'in the first quarter af- a win and a loss in conference to allow patrons to forego the
ter a 35 yard punt return by Ed competition, take on Chipley, a crowds lined up at the ticket
Smith put the ball oil the Bay' much improved team over last year. booth.
High 15. They moved down to their The Sharks will have to play their
two where Zipperer pushed over best 'brand of football to beat the Yds. Passing ...........--------- 8 13
to score. Tigers from Washington County. Total Yds. -..............207 64
The Sharks took ito the. air in THE YARDSTICK Pass Attempt- ---..........--- 8 9
the second quarter but pass inter-1 St. Joe Bay Hi Pass Comp. -.. ......._ 3 4
ceptions kept them from moving. First Downs --...--....----..... 9 3 Had Intercepted 2--. 2 0
The Sharks recovered a Bay Yds. Rushing _........... -199 51 Fumbles Lost -.----....... 1 1


visits s augnters
Mrs. W. H. Howell spent last
week visiting her daughters in
Georgia and South Carolina. She
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cox
in Rome, Georgia and then went on
to Spartanburg, South Carolina,
where she visited with Mr. and
Mrs. Donald A. Birath and children.
She returned home Sunday.


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FfIl 2


Saturday Is "Accident
Day" In Port St. Joe

Saturday was "accident day"
in Port St. Joe with two auto
accidents occurring, as the city
was bathed in an all-day down-
pour of rain.
The first of the two accidents
occurred at the intersection of
Fifth Street and Highway 98 early
Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Nelson
Gardner stopped at the 'stop sign
at the foot of Fifth Street and
then pulled out in front of a car
driven by N. G. Martin. Mrs. Gard-
ner failed ito see 'the Martin car in
the rain. Neither auto suffered ex-
tensive damages and nobody was
injured.
These two accidents endanger-
ed Port St. Joe's two year record
of no traffic fatalities. The un-
favorable elements S a t urday
made driving hazardous and
were cause for extreme care in
driving and emphasized the need
tfor observing lall traffic signs
and regulations.
The second accident Saturday
was .caused when Mrs. H. 'R. Wal-
ker smashed into the side of an
auto being driven by Brooks Ken-
nington at ,the intersection of First
Street and Highway 98.
According to Chief of Police H.
W. Griffin, Mrs. Walker was cros-
sing the intersection on First
Street about 8:30 p.m. and ran into
Kennington who was driving South
on Highway 98.
Neither driver was injured.

Area Postmasters
Will Meet Here

There is always a first in every
thing. Saturday afternoon, October
t25, the West Florida Postmasters
Association will meet in Port St.
Joe for the first time this Associa-
tion has mit in our city.
Host PoStmaster Chauncey Cos-
tin, who is also president of the
association, says that he has every-
thing lined up for a most enjoyable
and informative meeting. He 'has
arranged for a ,most enjoyable and
informative meeting. He has arran-
ged speakers from the Depart-
.ment's Regional Office in Atlanta,
the Inspection Service and Field
Service, also the President and oth-
er officers of the Florida Chapter
of the National Association of Post-
masters will be on the program.
Costin said he expected around 80
postmasters and 'their guests to at-
tend the meeting.
The meeting will be held in the
auditorium of the Port St. Joe High.
School beginning at 3 p.m. and will
be climaxed at the Centennial
Building with a barbecue chicken
dinner prepared by Scoutmaster
John Sim.pson and his scout troop.

Plans Laid For
Boy Scout Drive

Plans are now underway to con-
duct Port St. Joe's annual Boy
Scout fund -drive. The drive has
been set by chairman Robert 'E.
King for Friday, tOctober 31.
In an organization meeting Tues-
day night at the Scout Hut, King
and his committee composed of
M. P. Tomlinson, Karl Allen, Wayne
Buttram, Leo Shealey, Marty Beg-
ley, John Simpson and Wesley R.
Ramsey began the task of select-
ing drive officers and chairmen.
King has been named by the scout-
ing committees of the Boy and Cub
Scouts to conduct the drive.
Funds from the drive ,are used
to conduct scouting activities in
the area.
Plans were laid by the commit-
tee to conduct a one-day drive on
Friday, October 31. The drive 'will
'begin with a breakfast by all the
workers at the Motel St. Joe at
7:30 a.m. on Friday.
Officers and workers for the
drive will be contacted during the
conming week and apnou.nced in
next week's issue of The Star.

Visit In Tallahassee
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. McCormick
and children napent Sunday in Tal-
lahassee visiting with friends.
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Everyone desiring to make can-
dy to sell at the PTA Carnival Sat-
urday are urged to do so and bring
or send the candy to the school
house Friday.

LOUIS T. RAY SERVING
AT MIDWAY ISLANDS
MIDWAY (FHTNC)-Louis T
Ray, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. L
P. Ray of 111 Duval St., Port St
Joe, is serving at the Naval Sta.
tion, Midway Islands, in the mid
pfl. A.ni


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'ices Says Bids Should Be

SFor By December


WASHINGTON, D. C. (BULLETIN) Word was received
from the office of Congressman Bob Sikes late yesterday afternoon
that Congress has allocated funds for the immediate improvement
of the harbor, entrance channel and turning basin in St. Joseph
Bay.
Congressman Sikes told The Star that $539,000.00 has been
allocated for the project which will include deeping and widening
Ithe entrance channel from its present 32 foot depth and 300 foot
width to a depth of 37 feet and a width of 500 feet. Also included
in the work will be the deeping of the bay channel to 35 feet
and widening it to 300 feet. The turn basin at the docks will
be deepened to 35 feet also.
These funds were approved by Congress just before their
adjournment in July. Sikes message said that the funds are now
available for the project.
Sikes said that reports from the Corps of Engineers Mobile
office were that preliminary work should be finished and bids
advertised for by December of this year.
This harbor work has been a project of the Port St. Joe
Chamber of Commerce since its beginning four years. The
Chamber has received complete cooperation from the entire
Florida delegation in seeking the improvements.


Cty Accepts Budget of $167,674.43;

eRate Is Dropped To 10.5


Flouridation To Be
Subject of PTA Prr

Dr Floyd H. DeCamp, BDS, direc-
tor of the Bureau of Dental Health,
Florida State Board of Health of
Jacksonville will be the guest
speaker of the High School PTA
at their regular meeting next
Thursday night, October 30 at 8:00
p.m. The meeting will be held in
the High School auditorium.
Dr. DeCamp's subject will be on
the flouridation of water and its,
contribution to dental health. This
subject is a controversial one in
certain quarters with arguments
both pro and con. Dr. DeCamp will
talk on the advantages of flourida-
tion and allay some of 'the miscon-
ception about the chemical.
Dr. Robert King, local dentist,
will introduce the speaker.
During the business session of
the meeting, a new vice-president
will be elected 'to take the place
of James Allen, who has moved
from the city. Members are urged
by the president, Mrs. Burt Hamp-
ton to think on their choice for the
office. She points out 'that the con-
sent must be obtained from a nom-
inee for the post before his name
can be proposed for the office.
Refreshments will be served af-
ter 'the meeting by the hospitality
committee.
Every member of the organiza-
tion is urged to attend. The PTA
also welcomes new or prospective
members to attend this meeting.


PROCLAMATION
WHEREAS October 31st, Hal-
lowe'en, is the day when young
bright-eyed spirits in our town
roam abroad seeking to Trick or
Treat, and these spirits suffer
neither from poverty, nor disease
nor hunger, and
WHEREAS, Trick or Treat for
UNICEF began as an unselfish
attempt of American children to
help their underprivileged bro-
thers abroad by sending their
treats of small coins to UNICEF
for "all the world's children";
and
WHEREAS, Trick or Treat for
UNICEF over the years has cre-
ated a new tradition which per-
mits our American children to
express their desire for fun on
Hallowe'en in a constructive
spirit of generosity and good
will; and
WHEREAS, UNICEF, the Uni-
ted Nations Children's Fund, is
being helped by American chil-
dren to aid 45 million children
and mothers in 95 countries and
territories by sending UNICEF
milk, vitamins, and medicines and
is overcoming ignorance and su-
perstition with sound mother and
child care.
NOW THEREFORE, I, J. L.
Sharit, Mayor of the City of Port
St. Joe, Florida, do hereby pro-
claim October 31 as UNICEF
Day, and urge every citizen of
Port St. Joe to cooperate with
properly Identified U N IC E F
Trick or Treaters so that these
children may be helped to help
others.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have set my hand and seal of the
City of Port St. Joe, to be affix-
ed this 21st day of October, Nine-
teen Hundred and Fifty-Eight.
/s/ J. L. SHARIT, Mayor
City of Port St. Joe, Fla.
ATTEST:
/s/ R. W. HENDERSON
City Auditor and Clerk
City of.Port St. Joe, Florida

WANTA MAKE CANDY?


The Port St. JToe City 'Commis
s-in office ':-" adopLed their loS9
operating budget at their regular
meeting Tuesday night. The adop-
tion of the budget was ithe only
matter of business taken up by
the Commission before they ad-
journed.
The budget stands just as it was
first proposed and as it was re-
ported by The Star two weeks ago


2. Is it fair to all concerned. -$167,674.43-to be raised by a
3. Will it build good will and bet- levy of 10.5 mills and various other
ter friendships? sources of revenue from taxes on
4. Will it he beneficial to all con- various services and items.
cerned? The City was allowed ito lower
Underhill gave the club some of its millage and still hike its oper-
the history of the Test. Its origina- ating budget by 10,576.61. This was
tor was IJerb Taylor, manager of possible by an additional $500,000
the Club Aluminum Co. Taylor in property valuation going on 'the
originated the slogan back in the city books. This valuation hike was
depression when his company was made possible by the tiling of a
virtually bankrupt. He applied the new subdivision in the Long Ave-
test to his company's business ac- nue area South of 16th Street and
tivities to enable them to meet corn- several new businesses that have
petition who were making just as come into Port St. Joe.
good and'some times a better pro- City Auditor and Clerk R. W.
duct than his. The test gained his
duct thman s. The test gained his enderson said that the only raise
company the confidence of custo-
miers and suppliers to the extent in last year's funds was in the po-
that they pospered.lice department, who will receive
that they prospered. $2,000.00 more in 1959 for operat-
Underhill dwelled on the four ing expenses. The only other ad-
poin.ts of the test pointing out the ded expense is the payments for
laxity of business today to tell the the recently floated Municipal Hos-
truth about its product. "After all", pital construction bonds. These
said Underhill, "If we tell the truth bonds increased the Debt Service
about ourselves, and our business, Fund by $16,850.61.


all four parts of the test will be
applied".
Guests of the club were B. S.
Gordon, Panama City; B. E. Wil-
Siani s, Tallahassee; Bill Buzzett
anmd Fred Stafford of Apalaohicola
and Frank Brady of Wewahi'tchka.

Ben Dickens Tells of

UN, 'Hope of Peace'


In spite of a recent salary in-
crease given city employees, other
funds of operation either showed
a reduction or held their own with
no increases. The salary increases
were offset with reductions in oth-
er parts of the City expense.
So when you get your tax 'bill
this year, read it and shout for
joy, because it will be three mills
cheaper than it was last year.


Ben Dickens, on behalf of the Revival Services
United Nations, spoke to the Ki-
wanis. Club Tuesday on the eve of Revival services will begin at the
the annual observance of UN Day, Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
throughout the nation. He used as Monday night, October 27 and will
his topic, "A Look At The UN". continue through :Sunday night, No-
The slogan for this year's obser- vember 9.
vance of the thirteenth anniversary The Evangelists will be the Rev.
of the existance of the UN is "To and Mrs. Wesley Weekley. Rev.
Live Together In Peace As Good Weekley is an outstanding Bible
Neighbors". Dickens asserted that preacher. He and Mrs. Weekley
.min its own way, the UN had made play music and sing.
imselrf felt throughout the world as Rev. Weekley is the former
Sa peace-seeking -organization. "To "Christ Ambassador" director for
some, ihire are ideas of making the West Florida District of the
the (UN a, world governmentt, said Assemblies of God. He is well
1Dicken s. "Ccmnfli'tn-tos with the known in this section. Services will
laws o01 the member nations would begin each evening at 7:30 p.m.
. make this imposibel as well as Good gospel singing and music
. impractical" said Dlickens. 1 will be featured.
. I Dickens told of some of the ac- Rev. E. L. Gilltland, pastor of
. tivities of the UN in their task of the church, says a cordial invita-
- providing peace, including investi- tion is standing for everyone to
(Continued on Page 2) attend the services.


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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


Teh 3 Gives Rotary

-VWay Test History.

Rotary member Gardner 'Under-
hill presented the program at the
Club's meeting last Thursday at
12:15. Underhill took his program
from the club's famous "Four Way
Test":
1 1 it the truth?


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OES Members' Take
Part in Wewa Meet
Several members of the local
Chapter 191, Order of Eastern
Star were invited to attend Friend-
ship Night on October 17 at We-
wahttchka.
Those attending from the local
Lodge and serving in chairs were:
Mrs. W. C. Forehand, Worthy Ma-
tron; W. C. Forehand, Worthy Pa-
tron; Mrs. Florazelle Connell, War-
der and Mrs. Jeannette Presnell,
Conductress.
A very enjoyable .meeting was
reported by those attending. The
entertainment for the evening was
on the Hallowe'en theme.


WSCS Circle Meets
With Mrs. Hendrix
Circle No. 4 of the WSCS met
with Mrs. Joe Hendrix at 9:30 on
October 20. Mrs. J. L. Temple,
chairman, opened the meeting with
the Lord's Prayer in unison.
A short business session was
held. Mrs. J. Lamar Miller gave
the secretary's report. Mrs. Robert
King gave the treasurer's report.
Plans were made for the circles'
month of activity.
Mrs. Robert King was in charge
of the program. Mrs. Ed Ramsey


visited the


-9 law, Mr. i
Visit In Alabama berg in I
Mr. and Mrs. Emmette Daniell week end.


eir daughter and son-in-
and Mrs. Marlyn Kanne-
Brewton, Ala., over the


MISS PATSY WILDER, nrbie.i .cr or Sunday. .:.,: b-r 1'4 is. ser.'-J
tea by Mrs. Rush Chism at a shower given Miss Wilder in the
home of Mrs. Chism last Wednesday. Pictured left to right, are
Mrs. Chism, Miss Wilder and Mrs. B. W. Wilder, mother of the
bride-elect. (Star photo)


Rehearsal Dinner For rangement of yellow mums placed
atop a crystal dome under which
Wilder-Hialgo Party ,stood a bride and groom' on a sil
ver base encircled with a ruffle of
gold lacelon. The place cards car
A rehearsal dinner was held Sat- ed out the wedding theme, eac
urday evening at the home of Mrs. being adorned with a small golc
Bill Fleming, following the wedding wedding band.
rehearsal of Miss Patsy Wilder to
Lt. Peter Hidalgo. Hostesses for Among the 35 guests attending
the dinner were Mrs. Philip Cha- the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. B. W
'tham, Mrs. Tom Parker, Jr., Mrs. Wilder, parents of the bride, and
Will Ramsey and Mrs. Bill Flem- Mr. and Mrs. Emile Hidalgo, par
ing. Mrs. Tommy Mitchell assisted ents of the groom.
in serving.
The banquet table which seated Attend House Party
the members of the wedding party Girls from the Long Avenue Bap
was centered with a triangle ar- tist Church attending the state GA
house party held in Panama City
read the scripture after which Mrs. October 18, 19 and 20 were Dale
King- resented a movie, on "Ten Jackson, Charlotte Marshall, Eve


Years Have Gone by Since the Unit-
ed Nations was Created".
The meeting was closed with
prayer after which delicious re-
freshments were served to the
eight members present.


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Choose from s~aitf solid / '
colors, eye-catching campus ..
cables or flattering novelties
...all of them delightfully
stylish and so wonderfullyW
comfortable. Priced low
enough for every budget. In -
sizes 6 to 11


The Bungalow Shop
1010 Palm Boulevard
"Popular Prices for the Popular Sets"


FOOD


STORE


AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT
321 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Fla.
PRICES GOOD OCTOBER 23, 24 and 25
ANN PAGE CREAMY or CRUNCHY PEANUT
12 OZ. JARS 3 FOR


BUTTER
ANN PAGE PURE CONCORD


99c


GRAPE JAM Lb.Jar-4for99c
ANN PAGE PANCAKE and WAFFLE 24 Oz. 3 FOR


SYRUP


99c


SUNNY FIELD LONG GRAIN LBS.


RICE 41 c
SUPER-RIGHT HEAVY WESTERN BEEF LB.


Round Steak 89c
SUPER-RIGHT LEAN MEATY PORK
SPARE RIBS lb. 43c


Bridesmaids Are
Honored With Lunch
Miss Patsy Wilder, whose mar-
riage to Lt. Peter Hidalgo was an
event of Sunday afternoon, honor-
ed her bridesmaids at a luncheon
Friday at the home of her mother,
Mrs. B. W. Wilder.
The table, covered with a white
linen cloth, was centered with a
beautiful arrangement of pink and
white rosebuds.
Attending the luncheon were
Mrs. Tom Parker, Jr., Miss Wilder's
matron-of-honor, Mrs. Will Ramsey,
Mrs. Bill leming and Mrs. Tommy
Pridgeon, Jr., 'bridesmaids, Mrs. B.
W. Wilder, mother of the bride,
Mrs. Emile Hidalgo, mother of the
groom and Mrs. Phonzo Gilbert, sis-
ter of the groom.
LONG AVENUE CIRCLE 1
MEETS WITH MRS. BRIGMAN
h Circle No. 1 of the Long Avenue
d Baptist Church met Tuesday morn-
ing at 9:30 a.m. in the home of
Mrs. Durel Brigman. Mrs. Joe Fer-
g rel had charge of the program, "Oh
. For A Thousand Tongues To Tell".
d Eleven members and one visitor
Were present at the meeting.
After the meeting, delicious re-
freshments were served to -those
present.
LONG AVENUE G. A.'s
MET MONDAY AFTERNOON
She G. A.'s of the Long Avenue


lyn Dockery, Gaye Odum, Barbara Baptist Church met Monday after-
Martin, Edith MoLawhon, Gather- noon at 4:00 p.m.
ine 'Ramsey, Connie Jackson, Carol The devotional was .taken from
Alligood and Joy Allen. Micah 3:8-16 11llowed with a prayer
Vr-_ for missionaries. Everyone said the
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Smith's Pharmacy
Phone 7-5111 286 Reid Avenue


unison aftei which a program on
stewardship was presented.
After a closing prayer refreslh-
ments were served by Catherine
Ramsey.

Dickens Tells
(Continued from paga 1)
gating bodies, welfare work and
UN police action.
Dickens said, "This is the only
genuine effort toward world peace
being put forth today and even
with its definite shortcomings, it
deserves our whole-hearted sup-
port."
Guests of the club were Mark
Frimodeg and Key 'Clubber Steve
Whealton.


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COMPANY
FOR EXPUT

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The Baptist Hour
EACH SUNDAY 4:00 P.M.
Over Radio Station
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1570 On Your Dial


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



AtPOn Pluease
Watch the development of Westcott Circle, just off
Garrison Avenue. There will be 25. nice homes built
in this fin section in the next few months.
These homes will be:
SOLD BY COASTAL 'REALTY COMPANY
BUILT BY WYNOKO DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
FHA financing will be available with low down pay-
ments and long term financing on the balance.
CALL COASTAL REALTY COMPANY for your every
real estate need. We specialize in real estate only.


Coastal Realty Co.
116 MONUMENT AVENUE Phone BAll 7-4051
WLLLIAM J. RISH, Registered Broker
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MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
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Seeks Increase In Dam Money

Dead Lakes Dam Association

From The Gulf County Breeze fie eof the Attorney General in an
At the County Commissioners' effort to increase by $25,279.40, the
meeting, Tuesday, October 14, Dead Lakes Water Management
Board Engineer, Max Klbourn, re- Commission's share in the cost in-
po'ted that the Dead Lakes Water evolved in the construction of the
Management Commission had au- dam and the road and bridge adja-
thorized one of its members, Harry cent to it.
Saunders, vice president of the St. 1 The cost of constructing the dam,
Joe Paper Company, to contact the 'as detailed in the successful low
State Road Department, the Inter- bidder's bid is $137,130.28. Adding
nal Improvement Board, and the of- this $25,000 to dam bid total will





Alterations!

ON A DIET?

CLOTHES DON'T FIT?
Don't throw them away -- Bring them to us
for fast, expert alterations on ladies and men's
clothing of all kinds.
Expert Alterations By
MRS. ASA MONTGOMERY


bring dam construction costs to bridge expense,.
approximately $180,000, HOPE FOR APPROVAL
Here are the reasons for attempt- Hope of the county and of the
ing to shift a little more of the fi- DLWMD is that the Internal' Im-
nancial burden of the total project provement Boarw dill allow the
expense to the dam part of It: shift in financial burden.
The expense of constructing the If the I. I. B. is agreeable, said
road and bridge part of the project Kilbourn, the county will be able
comes from Secondary Road funds to proceed without interruption to.
assigned to the county by the State. ward the construction of the street
To date, the funds available in this to serve Michigan Chemical Comn-
fund, according to Kilbourn, tolat pany and Allied Chemical Com-
$235,000. But the road and bridge pany. In this event the county will
cost, as signified in the contractor's also be able to proceed with sev-
bid, is $260,409.68, That leaves the eral other secondary roads in the
county with the $25,279.40 deficit road budget.
in its 1958-59 Secondary Road fund. the I. I. B. refuses? This
TWO ALTERNATES What if the I. I. B refuses? This
,Of course, this is nothing world- reported asked Kil.bourn. Kilbourn
shaking, but it presents the county said that the only effect would be
with two alternatives, at least, to delay th e1959-60 county road
1. It can carry over the $25,000 program by whatever effect the
plus deficit into its 1959-60 SR fund. 1959-60 $25,000 plus deficit would
But it has decided to avoid that al- have. It would mean no delay. in
.ternative, if possible, so as to be project construction, since the
in better financial straits next year, County Board, on Tuesday, apiprov-
when, for instance, payments on ed the contract and instructed the
the construction of the St. Joe In- clerk to notify the State Road De-
dustrial Road, come due. apartment to award the contract.
2. It can request the DLWMD to -
absorb at least that part of the
total construction expense which
will prevent SR funds for the coun-
ty (in Tallahassee) from going in
the red for this fiscal year. HELLO!
Fly in the ointment at this time
is that no one knows whether ithe
DLWMD can absorb that adidtional By R. GLENN BOYLES
$25,000 plus as part of the dam ex-
pense. That's why Saunders and Dear Friends:
Kilbourn are going to Tallahassee.
Making it easier for the County 'Our thanks to those who havi
Board is the fact that the dam noticed the absence of this col
amn. Barbara and I had several'
board is willing, apparently, to ac- full and busy weeks preparatory
cept the additional financial bur- to our recent homecoming. Jusl
den. It is speculated in this corner to say we're thrilled and happ3
that part of this willingness stems to be home is putting it mildly
Thanks again for your interest
from 'the fact that the dam bridge kind thoughts and words thai
approaches and that the successful- have been so numerous and help
bid contractor figured this "ap- ful. We feel that your prayers
preach" expense solely as road and too, have been especially value
m4lp and hli. fl.LI. loualu3


Here's what makes the 59 FORDS


rn= -rn


The new Ford Sunliner and sister ship,
the 4-passenger Ford Thunderbird.


TEHI WORLD'S MOST


A.


IBEATnLIF LLY


ST. JAMES CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rev. G. D. Underhill, Rector
The 21st Sunday after Trinity,
Oct. 26. 7:30 a.m., Celerbation of
the Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a.m.,
Church School. 11:00 a.m., Morn-
ing prayer and sermon. 7:30 p.m.
The Episcopal Young Churchmen.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.

Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, October 27
Beef and noodles, 'turnip greens,
corn bread, chocolate -pudding and.
milk.
Tuesday, October 28
Fried chicken, snap 'beans, but-
tered rice, blackberry pie, green
salad, rolls and milk.
Wednesday, October 29
Shepherd's pie, tomatoes and
okra, cabbage slaw, cookies, wheat
bread and milk.
Thursday, October 30


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and patronage has been most
significant. We're glad to have
this opportunity to express our
deep and humble appreciation to
you, our good friends.
Now, we're in the mood to
celebrate and thinking of a
SELL-A-BRATION that'll in-
clude Big Doings at Boyles De-
partment Store. October is Car-
nival month and Hallowe'en is
just around the corner. You'll be
thinking of spooks and goblins
and why not roll these events
into one package and call it a
SPOOK SELL-E-BRATION. May
sound a little goofy but why not
have fun and frolic with real
Spooky like Cash Values along
with the usual Hallowe'en cele-
bration. We're thinking many of
you will get more kick from a
Boyles Bargain than a Hallo-
we'en Spook you don't save
money on Spooks!
Now, we'll look for you during
this Special Sell-E-Bration. So
happens we're spending only a
limited amount of time in the
store and sticking pretty close
around home at the present .
Why not drive on out to 1201
Palm Blvd. (Corner 12th and
Palm) and have a little chat
over a cup of coffee no fool-
ing this means YOU!
Sell-E-Bratingly yours,
RGB.
P.S. Listen over WJOE for
Boyles Value Boomers!


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THE ATAR, Port t. Joe. Fl-. ~ THUiRSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1958
Liver, brown gravy, rice, butter- Leave Fro Colorado
ed spinach, fruit cup, white bread Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Gross-
and milk. man left Saturday for Colorado
Friday, October 31 Springs, Colorado where they will
Tuna fish salad, green butter make their home for a year.
beans, potato sticks, hallowe'en ------ --
cookies, ritz crackers and milk. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY



I AM HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE. .
That I am now in a position to help you
buy any kind of car you may be interested in at
a real saving to you.
New or Used On Terms to Suit Your Budget
SEE ME AT
HUTCHINS MOTOR CO.
The Only Exclusive Usfed Car Dealer In Town If Your
Credit Is Good Anywhere, It Is Good At Hutchins
COME AND SEE ME
J. C. (Chris) MARTIN


SHH; LISTEN! IT'S BOYLES GOOFY, SPOOKY HALLOWE'EN HOME


SELL


"E BRA


STARTS THURSDAY A.M. 7 SPOOKY, CIRCUS LIKE VALUE DAYS!

Sounds a little Goofy and Spooky but Mrs. B. Slashes recklessly and says: .
"If the Goblins don't get you, this is a must"

2 Special Groups NEW FALL DRESSES
Values up to $16.50 --- Sell-E-Bration Price


A celebrated selection of bewitching styles for Juniors, Misses and Women in the favor-
ite fall fabrics. The name lables mean style, quality and satisfaction coast to coast!
Hurry, they'll move out fast!


Guy M. Says: "You may not believe
in spooks but you gotta believe in
Boyles Sell-E-Bration!
A brand new value-packed group long sleeve

SPORT SHIRTS
For Men and Boys, Sell-E-Bration price




for

The men's are colorful gingham plaids.
The boys are fine plaid ginghams and cot-
ton flannels. Save 25% 1


Nona W. says: "Here's a Trick or
Treat that'll make the budget meet!
Children's Boxer
CORDUROY Sell-E-


JEANS


Bration


2 to 8, washable, assorted Price
colors.
Sanforized, full length
lace trimmed.
COTTON
SLIPS
Sizes 34 to 44
Special Group
LOVEABLE
BRAS


Ford's new
9-passenger Country Sedanl


ISPROPRTIIQJEID CAIRS


To say the 59 Ford 'is "new" ... is an
understatement. For the 59 Ford is much
more: it's a brilliant kind of newness.
It's a newness of beautiful proportions...
not a bulky, "padded shoulder" look, but
a classic rightness of space, size and
line. It's a departure from the humdrum
in cars to the exciting elegance of the


NEW! 59 Ford awarded
Gold Medal for beautiful
proportions by the Comit6
Francais de 1'Elegance at
Brussels World's Fair. You'll
admire the crisp styling of
the new Thinline roof, the
fresh, straight-through look
of the big picture windows
that surround you.


Thunderbird. And there you have it: the
59 Ford is a perfect blending of Thunder-
bird elegance with the world's most beau-
tiful proportions
There's a happy ending, too. The 59 Ford
is a masterpiece of underpricingl Why
not come in and Action Test one of these
beautiful new Fords today?


NEW! Save up to 5 cents
on everygallon of gasoline I
Every standard Ford engine
-Six or Thunderbird V-8-
thrives on regular gas at reg-
ular prices. And with Ford's
super-efficient, Full-Flow oil
filter you change oil only at
4000 miles instead of the
1000 often recommended.


NEW! A simplified, low.
cost Automatic Drive!
Team this all-new Fordo-
matic with Ford's Mileage
Maker Six or Thunderbird
V-8 and enjoy automatic
driving at a price within
everyone's car budget With
nearly a third fewer parts,
upkeep costs are lower, tool


Celebrate Hallowe'en one
day, and Sell-E-Brate with
Boyles seven!
Regular price $5.95
Jacquard colonial
BEDSPREADS
Sell-E-Bration Price

$3.99
Full size lovely colors and
designs.


It's our privilege to serve you. it's
your opportunity to save!
Tubular Orion and
WOOL JERSEY
A $2.95 vaule Sell-E-Bratlon Price
$1.99 Yd.
Washable favorite colors.
Boyles wants you to enjoy spending
your hard-earned cash! Sell-E-Brate
here!
Cute, Warm, Colorful
KNIT PAJAMAS
For children 0 to 8
2 Prs. $3.00
With feet they can't be beat


2
For

Assorted
colors.


4 99
slip-over styles and


No goofin', here's a Be-
witching Buy for fun and
foolery!
36 Inch Fast Color

BROADCLOTH
Solids In white, black and as-
sorted Sell-E-Bration price.

33c yd.


Spooks may come spooks may
go. It's Boyles for a daily show!
133/4 Oz. Western Style
BOYS' DUNGAREES

$1.95 Pr.
Sizes 4 to 16, smart looking, tough and ready
It's a Big Parade of exciting Hallo-
we'en buys at Boyles!
Full Cut, Sanforized
WORK SUIT
For Men Sell-E-Bratlon Price
$3.99
Includes pants and shirt to match khaki or
grey. Save 20% at Boylesl


Boyles store is full of SeIl-E-Brated merchandise


buys!


Goetthat.NEW FORD FEELING inthe cars with Thunderbird elegance

ST. JOE- LVMOTOR CO.n
Port St. Joe, Florida
A" .0- -W~ *^^- % -Wi^ ^%^ ^ V ^ ^


You can save now on
BLANKETS


Part Wool Plaid Pairs ------2 for $7.00
Solid Colors
Nylon and Wool, Satin Bound 2 for $9.00


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


Ted C. says: "Witches may ride a broom, but
Boyles makes the Bargains Boom"!
Men's fleecy lined
SWEAT SHIRTS
Choose from white or grey Sell-E-Bration price .


$1.00oo

Men's and Boys
Nylon Stretch Sox 2 pr. $1.00


Celebrating and Sell-E-
Brating the best Hallowe'-
en in years at Boyles!

ORLON

SWEATERS
For misses and women
Sell-E-Bration price


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products we carry for your convenience. .
From years of experience with Piggly Wiggly's
discriminating shoppers, we've learned that
you prefer the very best foods, brand-name
foods, that you depend upon for guaranteed
quality. That's why you can shop with confi-
dence and convenience at PIGGLY WIGGLY -
because you know you will find the variety
and selection that pleases you best. You can
be sure when you shop


MAXWELL HOUSE -- LB. TIN


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lb


5 LBS.


39c


5 CANS

49c


Little Chef -- 12 Oz. Bot.

VITSUP


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Nabisco -- Lb. Box

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CARTON
NEW CROP


NEW CROP


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each


PASCAL


9c stalk
GA. RED NO. 1 SWEET
POTATOES
10c lb


FRESH DRAWN
MUi LE4T


WE GIVE /


PLYMOUTH -- PINT JAR

MAYONNAISE


FLA. GRADE 'A' MEDIUM


EGGS


2 c GREEN
STAM PS


2 DOZEN


SWIFT'S SALAD -- NO. 10 JUG


OIL 139
Marshmallow Armour's Tall Can
PIES MILK
Pkg. of 12 3 CANS
45c 35c
PENNY DOG Plymouth Instant
FOOD COFFEE
4 FOR 6 Oz. Jar
29c 69c


HI-BALL -- 10 LB. BAG


FLOUR
IVEA., ODY SAVE. AT PIGGLY WIGGL)I


FRESH MEATY LB.
SPARE RIBS 49c
GA. GRADE 'A' -- 3 to 4 LB. AVG. LB.

H29
COPELAND LB.

IF KA m 49c
U. S. GOOD HEAVY LB.
ILN 79c


PORK CENTER CUT, LB.

C 0 END CUT, LB.


69c

49c


FREE!
at Your PIGGLY WIGGLY
1952 CHEVROLET
S '': SEE IT TODAY -- COME ON IN AND REGISTER
S' Only persons over 18 years of age will be eligible to win.
Employees of Piggly Wiggly and their Immediate families
will be Ineligible to win.
DRAWING, NOVEMBER 22
.",' .'-'-4-,' A VALUABLE PRIZE WILL BE ANNOUNCED EACH
." '"' MONDAY prior to Grand prize Drawing.


revYBODY SAVES AT PrGGLY W1riG a.,g. i .. ,:, s SAVES AT PIGGY WIGGLY


COFFEE


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MEAL


Borden's


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15c


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For Free Valuable

"- ,Prizes
Each Time You Visit
Your Friendly


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In Port St. Joe
Next Drawing Oct. 25


GA. GRADE 'A' DRESSED and DRAWN 1 3-4 TO 2 1-4 LB. AVG. LIMIT 2 WHOLE


DOLE SLICED OR CRUSHED No. 2 Can

Pineapple


2 FOR


JIM DANDY 2 BOXES

GRITS
PENNY 13 CANS

DOG FOOD $1
SCOTT


9 ROLLS $
,,,, $1.00

CAMPBELL'S TOMATO 3 CANS

SOUP 29c
HALF GALLON BOTTLE

CLORC 29c

VITA APPLE 2 LB. JAR

JELLY 25c

IGA SEEDLESS 15 OZS.

RAISINS 29c


LB. BOX
29 c


NBC SALTINES
CRACKERS


THE TOTAL IS LESS AT IGA


F nL o FOR I


FRESH DAILY


GROUP


FANCY BEEF
LIVER


2 Lbs.


U. S. GOOD EXTRA HEAVY
ChuckRoast LB.
U. S. GOOD
Brisket STEW


BORDEN'S CANNED
BISCUITS
SUNGOLD (Limit 2 With Food Order)
OLEO
CHICKEN, TURKEY, BEEF, MEAT
PIES $
Brach's Deluxe Chocolate
Cream Drops


Menthol, Lemon, Wild Cherry
Cough Drops ---------- 0c
Regular Size
Palmolive Soap -----2 for 19c
Bath Size
Palmolive Soap --- 2 for 29c
Bath Size .
Cashmere-Bouquet Soap 2 for 29c
Regular Size
Cashmere-Bouquet Soap 2 for 19c
Vel Liquid ------------41c
Large Size
Fab Powders ------33c
Peanut Belt
Oil Sausage ---- No. 2 45c
Octagon Soap ---------10c
THE TOTAL IS LESS


BEEF


$1.00

49c
3 LBS.

$1


10 FOR
1.00
LB.
15c
4 FOR
;1.00
Box
39cJl


2/4 Lbs.


CENTER CUT PORK
CHOPS
FRESH PORK
PIG FEET


LB.


6 Lbs.


73c

$1


Yellow Onions LB. 9c
Florida Juicy 3 Large For
GRAPEFRUIT 29c


Cooking or Eating
APPLES


4 Lb. Bag
49c


FREE --- 1 Mrs. Fillberts French Dressing
With The Purchase of
1 Head Lettuce


Brach's Finest Real Milk Chocolate Covered
PEANUTS


Large Size
Ad Powders -----------33c
Regular Size
Ajax Cleanser ------2 for 33c
Large Box
Super Suds ------------ 35c
10c Off 5 Oz. Jar
Borden Instant Coffee -----93c
Quart
Welchade ------ 33c
Quart
Purex --------------18c
Regular SIze
Babo ----- 2 for 33c
Tall Can
Dash Dog Food ------2 for 33c
AT IGA


Box
39c


Scott Towels ---2 for 39c
Peanut Belt
Oil Sausage ---- No. 5 $1.10
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
October 23, 24 and 25


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Publlehld Every Thureday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
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Also Lo Uotpe Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
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advertisement.
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The spoken word is lost; the printed word remain.


NEWS FROM

Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bennett of
Highlands, Texas spent last week
with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Mathews,


Mrs. Bennett is
sister.


Port St. Joe
Florida


Mrs. Matthews'


Glen Garrett of FSU, Tallahas-
see, spent last week end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Garrett.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Knight and
son Ralph of Atlanta, Ga., spent
Sunday with-Mrs. Knight's parents
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kelley.
Mr. and Mrs. George Skipper
spent the week end in Vernon with
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Burke and


PHONE
BAll 7-4646


and foan association


of Port St. Joe


son Gib of Brewton, Ala., spent the
week end here and in Apalachicola
with relatives.
Mrs. Gene Adkins spent last
week with her mother in Panama
City, Mrs. Tilda Mims.
Mrs. Peavy Mims and daughter
Tommy are visiting in Atlanta, Ga
with Mrs. Mims' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Knight.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes and
daughters of Mobile, Ala., spent
the week end with Mrs. Stokes
grandparents and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Rentz and Mrs. Sea-
wright.
J. 0. Seawright of Akron, Ohio, is
visiting his sons, Merl and Melvin
Seawright.
Engagement Announced
Mrs. Julia Burch announces the
engagement and approaching mar-
riage of her daughter aFye Carnm-
ley to B. F. F. Canningson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cannington.
Junior G. A.'s
The Junior G. A. of the Highland
View Baptist Church met Monday
at 4:30. The vice-president called
the meeting to order. The devo-
tional reading was taken from Job
16:1. The parts were given out for
next Monday. Brenda Conley dis-
missed the meeting with prayer.
Highland View WMU
The Highland View WMU met
Monday at 3:00 p.m. for Royal Ser-
vice with nine members present.
Scripture reading was taken from
Psalms 96:2. Our program chair-
man read the song "Oh, or A Thou-
sand Tongues". The group took anI
imaginary clipper flight to the
Phillipines. Those on the .program
were Rut hHarbuck, Alice Macom-1
ber, Mrs. Richter, Mrs. Coker, Mrs.
Roberts, Mrs. Garrett and Mrs. Pe-
terson. The meeting was dismissed
with prayer by Mrs. Richter.
Home On Leave
Airman Apprentice Merl James


James' Gems..
by JAMES STAFFORD


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

Seawright, son of Mrs. J. 0. Sea- field of Administrative work. She'
wright of Highland View and J. 0. was a member of the 1957 graduat-
Seawright of Akron, Ohio, is home ing class of- Port St. Joe High
for a 14 day leave after completing School.


his basic training at Great Lakes,
Illinois. Apprentice Seawright will
return to further his studies in the
field of aviation and electronics to
Norman, Oklahoma. After complet-
ing his basic training, he served
as an honor guard for his gradua-
tion with Company 360 at Great
Lakes. M-erl was a member of the
1957 graduating class of Port St.
Joe High.
Joins WAC
Miss Mavis Pearline Butts, dau-
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Butts
of Highland View left Wednesday,
Oct. 22 for ort McClellan, Alabama
where she will take her basic train-
ing for the United States Women's
Aamy Corps. Miss Butts 'enlisted
for two years and will work in the


Arrives In Germany
..--Pvt. John H. Cumbie, of Highland
Pvt. John H. Cumbie, of Highland
View has arrived at Heidelberg.
Germany, for his 18 months of duty
tour with the U. S. Army. Pvt. Cuni-
bie completed his basic training
and specialized school training at
Fort Chaffee, Arkansas. He will
be working in the field of clerical
and postal service. He is married
to the former Miss Marjorie Ro-
gers of Highland View, and is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rooks
of Chipley. He was a member of
the 1954 graduating class of Wash-
ington County High School of
Chipley.

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Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Methodist Youth Fellowship .-- 6:15 p.m.
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CLASSIFED ADS St. Joe Beach. Also small furnished and garage apartments, two to Call BAll 9-1184. Costin's Cottages,
-house in Highland View. See J. D. four bedroom. For permanent or Beacon Hill. tfc-94
temporary occupancy. Reasonable
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attractively furnished apartments
Cool in .summer, warm in winter.
Gas heat, window fans. They have
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NICE TRAILER PARKING SPACE
Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133, Wimico
Lodge Apartments and Trailer
Park, White City. tfc-7-17


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FOR SALE: Two adjoining lots on THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
McClellan Avenue. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1958
A NICE two bedroom house on Mc-
Clellan Avenue. Only $8,500. Can
be financed through FHA with Visit In Carrabelle
small down payment. Henry and Lila Dockery spent
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE with Saturday and Sunday in Carrabelle
a large den and large kitchen.
Has fireplace, porch and other de- visiting with their grandparents,
sira-ble features. Total price only Mr. and Mrs. C. B. 'Cook.
$10,500.
THREE BEDROOM, two baths, den, CAROL ALLIGOOD OBSERVES-
dining room, living room and
kitchen, hardwood floors. This HER ELEVENTH BIRTHDAY
'house is less than three years old. Carol Alligood, daughter of Mr.
Total price $13,500. We can assist and Mrs. J. A. Alligood of 308 16th
you in financing any of these fine 'Street was honored on her eleventh
homes.-- -


FOR RENT: See Mrs. Shirey for
apartments and houses, furnished
and unfurnished. Phone 7-8058. tfe
FOR RENT: Furnished cottages
and apartments. See Otto Ander-
son. tfc-3-27
FOR RENT: Furnished -apartment
for couple. 216 9th St. J. F. Dan-,
iell. tfc-10-2
FOR RENT: 3 room unfurnished
apartment. $35 per month. Com-
pletely private with venetian blinds.
Cold and hot water furnished. 123
2nd Ave., Phone 7-3023. Mrs. Shell-
horse. tfc-10-9
FOR .RENT: 3 bedroom house. Un-
furnished. 212 9th Street. Call
7-4551. tic-10-9
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
$45 a month. 808% 1,6th St. See
Joe Christian or call 7-4616. tfc
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, unfurnish-
ed apartment. Close in. $38.00 a
month. Inquire 1904 Garrison or
phone 7-8642. tfc-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment.
Furnished or unfurnished. Call
9-1481. lct
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house.
Near grammar school. Phone 7-
3261. Price reasonable. ltc
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house at
White City. Phone 9-1131.
FOR ,RENT: Furnished apartment.
1505 Monument Ave. or Phone
7-5771. tfc-10-23
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Due to my health, I
will sell my cafe building and
lot by skating rink. Building is un-
finished. Mexico Beach. I also have
it registered with the Hotel Com-
mission. See Jimmy Dykes, 7th St.,
Highland View. Itp


-- WILLIS V. ROWAM POST 116,
E. TOM PRIDGEON THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
Reg. Real Estate Broker Ing first and third Monday nights
Phone 7-7741 100 p.m., American Legion Home.
FOR SALE: Lot 75' x 180' On 10th UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
'St, East of Garrison Ave. $850. furniture In k old? Bring it to
See Karl Marshall or call 7-7966. Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second


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FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Ph. BAll 7-3491 221 Reid Ave.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 2
baths, living, dining and kitchen.
Wall to wall carpeting in part of
house. Good location. Close to
town. Corner lot fenced in. See at
528 6th St., or phone 7-7616. tfc
HELP WANTED: Alaska jobs,
*men and women. Earn $500 to
$1,500 monthly. For information,
send '$1.00 to Western Service, P.
0. Box 162, Bellevue, Washington.
TAKE U PAYMENTS on 25 hp.
Wizard ,motor and 14 foot Pana-
Craft boat. Both in excellent condi-
tion. Western Auto. Itc
BATON TWIRLING
On Saturday. Ages 6 to 8 at 9 a.m.
and ages 9 on up at 9:30 .a.m.
Course of ten lessons $2.50 or 25c
per lesson. 'Call BAll 7-3541 ,for reg-
istration. Course starts on Satur-
day, October 25. ltp
SPECIAL SERVIGES
HAVE TOOLS, WILL WORK: Plas-
tering, stucco, concrete or small
odd jobs. Several years experience.
Work guaranteed. J. J. Wood, ph.
BAll 7-8436. 906 10th St. 4tp-10-2
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.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. ttc-6-2
'qADE 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


birthday Tuesday afternoon with
a weiner roast.
Twenty invited guests were pre-
sent to help Carol celebrate.
and Reid for expert rebuilding.
FOR FAST, EFFICrENT PLUMB.
ING SERVICE. Call Bill's Plumb-
ing. Phone 7-7846 or 7-8161. tfc
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav.
ing money see us for anything
you need la your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
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;
B. B. CONKLIN, N. G.
visiting brethren Invited.
J. C. MARTIN, Secty.
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. BUTROH, Sooty.
All Master Masons cordially Invited
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. eating night every other
Monday.
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.


Don't' Throw Your Old
Shoes Away .
-Bring them to us and let us
fix them like new.
RUCKMAN
Shoe Repair
225 REID AVE.







SGuid Clini County Children's Committees and "these statistics mean that 15 chil- for child guidance services are now
Child Guidance Clinic will focus attention on the need dren out of every thousand in our being conducted by them.
for child guidance in schools, gui- county school system are so emo- The agenda so far completed for
At Pensacola dance clinics and mental health tionally disturbed that they need the Pensecola conference shows it
workers in northwest Florida. some kind of treatment. It is on will open at 10:00 a.m. with three
Members of the Gulf County "According to statistics compiled services for these children that the addresses following. Dr. W. M. C.
Children's Committee, school sys- by the State Department of Educa- Pensacola conference will be to- iWilhoit, Pensacola child psycholo-
tem personnel, officers of the Par- tion, one and one half percent of usedd" gist; Dr. Overlade, Director of the
ent Teacher's Associations, and our school population is in need of County Children's Committees Escambia County Child Guidance
juvenile court personnel will attend some kind of treatment for emo- are volunteer units of the Florida Clinic and Dr. Victor Johnson, Di-
the conference on child guidance tional disturbances," said Mrs. Children's Commission, which has rcctor of Guidance and Placement
and mental health in Pensacola, Charles Brown, Chairman of the 64 such local branches in Florida. for the State Department of Educa-
October 29. Gulf County Children's Committee. The Northeast District Children's ton will be the speakers.
The conference is being held by "To bring the problem closer to Committees recently held a similar In the afternoon, a panel of au-
the Northwest Florida District our understanding, she explained, conference and surveys and drives thorities in guidance, health and


Continuing Danley's Fall Sale...

ONLY SEVEN DAYS LEFT TO TAKE ADVANTAGE of THE MANY VALUES


welfare will discuss how the var- THIE TAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1958
:ous public and privately-financed
agencies might coordinate thei. ef- kick off and controlled the ball maneuvered the ball close to the
fo'-ts in guidance and how further t; e entire first quarter. Beginning goal line in the last of the third
guidance services might be obtain- the second quarter the Sharks and Bowdoin went over In a quar-
ed got as close as one inch from the terback sneak in the first of the
goal line where they lost the ball last period to gather all the Shark
Jr. Sharks Take Win or. downs. The Sharks other threat scoring for the night.
in the third quarter came when Thp Sh'ark.s got another near
Over Blountstown, 6-0 quarterback Freddy Bowdoin con- touchdown in the last quarter when
r.ected with a pas-s to Nelhon Hall a Tiger player allegedly touched
The Port St. Joe Junior Higi htat just about went over. The half the 'ball on a jpnnt. The ball was
Sharks -defeated the Blountstown ended with no score in the ball picked up by Costin who crossed
Junior Tigers by the score of 6-0 game. the goal line, but the dispute over
in a tight defensive battle this past The third quarter was a defen- the player touching the ball nulli-
Tucsday night. sive battle just as the first half fied the play. The Tigers were able
The Junior Sharks received the had been with the Sharks controll- to cross the midfield -stripe only
ing the ball most of the time, but once in the game. This opportunity
still unable to score. The Sharks came in the last quarter.



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