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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 30, 1958
Frequency: weekly
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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).
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| MONEY TALKS'"et'ft keep
It where we can speak with It
once in awhile--Tr*ad with
your home town merchantal


TWENTY-SECOND YEAR


Children Will "Trick or Treat"

Fot UNICEF Pennies Tomorrow Night


RESOLUTION

WHEREAS, God in his infinite
wisdom has seen fit to remove
from our midst our co-worker
and fellbw-citizen, J. A. Whit-
field, and,
WHEREAS, by his passing we
have lost a most useful citizen,
and the County a conscientious
public servant and his family
have suffered an irreparable
loss,
NOW THEREFORE BE IT
RESOLVED, That we, members
of the Board of Public Instruc-
tion, of Gulf County, Florida, of-
fer condolence to the bereaved
family, and -that we set aside a
page in our minute book in
memory of our departed co-
worker, that a copy of this reso-
lution be furnished his family, a
copy be furnished the Gulf
County Breeze and a copy be
furnished The ,Star for publica-
tion and that the Secretary of
the Board be instructed to trans-
cribe this resolution upon the
page set aside in respect for 'the
deceased.
This 2nd day of September,
1958.
C. E. BOYER, Member
CARTER WARD, Member
FENNON TALLEY, Member
CLYDE BROGDON, Member
ATTEST:
THOMAS A. OWENS
Secretary and Superintendent of
Board of Public Instruction


Treats Will Be Furnished
At School and Churches

"Trick or Treat for UNICEF"
will be the standard order of pro-
cedure for young Hallowe'en "gob-
lins" in Port St. Joe tomorrow
night-Hallowe'en.
The youngsters will tour the
town on their annual quest for
goodies. This year they will do a
little different. In place of seeking
goodies for themselves the trickers
will be seeking "treats" of pennies
for UNICEF-a UN operated agen-
cy providing food and medical sup-
plies for less fortunate children in
foreign lands.
The youth of Port St. Joe enter-
ed this program of helping others,
for the first time last year, with
good results.
It was reported in last week's
Star that the "trick or treat" night
would be tonight because of, the
football game tomorrow night. It
was the understanding of some of
those operating the program that
the night had been changed. How-
ever, this was not so. The "trick
or Treat" will be tomorrow, Hal-
lowe'en night.
To "treat" the young trickers,
refreshment booths will be set up
in the churches of the community
and at the Baptist Church in High-
land View. In addition to the chur-
ches' booths, a refreshment stand
will be provided at the Elementary
School by the Kiwanis and Lions
Clubs. The children will go to these
booths from 7 to 9 p.m. to turn in
their pennies and to receive their
"treats".


Volunteers Begin Knocking Doors

Tomorrow For Scout Drive Donations

Port St. Joe's annual drive for funds for Boy Scout activities
in the Lake Sands District, of which Gulf County is a part.
The local part of the drive will get underway tomorrow morn-
Ing with a breakfast for all. workers at the St. Joe Motel at 7:30
a.m. Dr. Bob King, chairman of ithe drive told Th Star:that the
drive will be completed in port St. Joe'in one 'day.. Workers have
-been selected and are in the process of being selected to cover the
city in the one day. Port St. Joe has always been very cooperative
in this drive in years past.
Mrs. Bert Munn has been placed in charge of the solicitation
of the residential section of Port St. Joe. She is in the process of
lining up all her workers now. All the positions had not been com-
pleted so the names of these workers will not be published in this
week's issue of The Star for fear of leaving someone out.
Donation cards have been prepared for everyone in town and
will be turned over to the workers at the breakfast tomorrow morn-
ing. The cards contain a receipt which will be torn off and given to
the doner so that he may have a record of his contribution for in-
come tax purposes.
Funds from the drive are used to conduct scouting activities
In the area.


Methodists Pick

Canvass Workers

The committees who will direct
the Every Member Canvass of The
First Methodist Church during No-
vember are as follows:.
Committee on Program and Re-
sources: Floyd Roberts, Leo Shea-
ley and Bill Wager.
Committee on Materials, Educa-
tion and Publicity: Laura Geddie,
Doris Whealton and Marion Para-
seau.
Committee on Visitation: Lind,
sey Temple, Division Leader; J.
Lamar Miller, Team Captain; Joe
Hendrix, Team Captain; George
Saber, Team Captain and Fennon
Talley, Team Captain:
Team 1: Leonard Belin, B. R.
Gibson, Joe Grimsley, 0. M. Tay-
lor, J. L. 'Ricketson, Billy Quarles,
H. R. Dean, Warren Fitzpatrick,
Wayne Buttram and George Ad-
kins.
Team 2: Mark Tomlinson, J. P.
Fleishel, Floyd Roberts, Gordon
Hallmark, Pual Blount, Chauncey'
Costin, Leroy Bowdoin, R. M. Craig,
and Tommy Pridgeon.
Team 3: Marion Parker, Wesley
Grace, John Beasley, Phillip Cha-
tham, Joe McLeod, Guerry Melton,
George Wimberly, Jr., and B. E.
Rawls.
Team 4: Joe Sharilt, Miles Hurl-
butt, Bob King, Bill Cowden, Edd
Ramsey, Hubert 'Richards, Jimmie
McNeill and W. C. Ivey.
On November 9, Gene Williams,
Executive Secretary, Conference
Board of 'Lay Activities of the Me-.
thodist Church, will arrive to direct
the Visitation program of the Can-
vass. 'He will speak at the morning
worship services on that date and
while here will 'hold a class of in-


Jesse W. Simmons

Passes Away Friday

Jesse W. Simmons, 47, of Port
St. Joe, died Friday, October 24
at 2:30 .a.m .in the Port St. Joe
Municipal Hospital. Mr. Simmons
had been ill for some time.
Survivors include his wife, Geor-
gia of Port St. Joe; four sons,
Ralph, Paul and Tommie of Port
St. Joe and George with the U. S.
Army in France, three brothers,
Raymond and Felton of Chipley
and Edison of Marianna and one
granddaughter.
'Funeral services for Jesse W.
i mmons' were held MAlonday. Oc-


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apolachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
dORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1958 NUMBER 5


Dinner Planned To




Honor Bob Sikes


Chamber of Commerce Taking Care of Plans
To Entertain Congressman Next Thursday Noon

Congresman Bob Sikes will appear in Port St. Joe next Thursday,
November 6 and will be honored by a dinner meeting to be held at the
Centennial Building at 12:00 noon.


POSTAL DIGNITARIES-Pictured above are some of the officials of the Post Office Department who
visited in Port St. Joe Saturday. They are, back row, left to right, Tom Braswell, Monticello; Glenn
L. Krause, Field Service Officer, Tallahassee; W. S. Taylor, Inspector, Tallahassee; Dwight D. Shower,
President, Florida Chapter National Association of Postmasters and R. B. Hohn, Regional Employee
Replacement Officer, Atlanta. ront row, left to right, Mrs. Essle Mae Cogdill, St. Marks, secretary and
treasurer; Chauncey L. Costin, President and Mrs. Francis D. Taylor, Vice-President, Malone.

Kiwanians "Learn To West Florida Postmasters Make Port

Read" In A Hurry St. Joe Their Meeting Place Saturday

"Teaching Daddy To Read" was The West Florida Postmasters'
the interesting program which en- UN Day Is Rotary Association met in Port St. Joe last
tertained the Kiwanis Club Tues- TSaturday at the High Schbol audi-
day at their regular meeting. Program T hme torium. About 50 postmasters and
The Club met at the Elementary thei,. wv ewr e resent fnr the


School and had lunch in the school
cafeteria.
After the lunch the club assem-
bled in the library where librarian
Mrs. Henry Geddie, using symbols
in place of letters, attempted to
teach the Kiwanians to read using
present teaching methods. Mrs.
Geddie had prepared a special Jl-
phabet to "spell" her words which
she said, "look just as funny to you
as letters do to first graders".
The lesson was effective. Some
learned to read up to 10 different
words in- the 30 minute period. The
Kiwanians were also given a typi-
cal sixth grade thought math test.
Guests of the club were Berna-d
Shields of Pensacola; Key Clubber


"United Nations Day" was the event.
subject of a program by Alfred
Shuler of Apalachicola to the Ro- Rev. J. C. Odum, pastor of the
tary Club last Thursday. In observ- Long Avenue Baptist Church gave
ance of the National observance of the invocation to open the meeting.
the founding of the UN, Shuler Chauncey Costin, local postmaster


told of some of the history and ac-
tivities of the organization.
"Even though the 13-year-old or-
ganization is fraught with bicker-
ing at times, it is our only hope of
peace at the present time", Shuler
said.
Guests of the club were R. H.
,McIntosh and student guest, Ed
Smith.

Visiting Fendleys
Mr. and Mrs. Pope Fendley have


Freddy Bowdoin and A. P. Wake- as their guests Mr. Fendley's mo-
field, former member of the club. I their, Mrs. R. H. Fendley.


Sharks Go Down Trying To The End;

But It's Chipley By 13-0 Shutout

The injury riddled Sharks fell The Tigers from Calhoun County


prey to a strong ground game as
.Chipley ground out a rugged 13-0
defeat to the Sharks last Friday
night on the Sharks home field.
With two regulars out of the line-up
and the Sharks leading ground
gainer, Richard Zipperer, hobbled
with a bad ankle and slowed down
to half speed, the Sharks were un-
able to muster an offense to offset
the slashing runs of Chipley's Pe-
terson and Gilmore. Coach Marion
Crag tried every combination in the
book to try to get his charges start-
ed but couldn't come up with a
successful combination. Ed Smith
and Willie Daniell did most of the
ball carrying for the .Sharks but
the line just couldn't respond with
the key blocking that. was needed.
Chipley dominated the ball most


would have been a good test for
the Sharks at full strength, and
unless some of the ailing gridsters
get well quick it's likely to be an-
other long night for the home team.
The Sharks have primarily been a
"home run" team this year, capi-
talizing on .the talents of the swift
Richard Zipperer and Ed Smith.
But with Zipperer on the ailing
list, its a pretty big load for Smith
and Daniell to carry. With a well
backfield, the line can carry its
load as it has in the past.



Sikes Doesn't Agree

With Paul Butler


and president of -the association
served as master of ceremonies and
welcomed the visiting postmasters
to Port St. Joe.
During the program, 'addresses
were heard by Postmasters Tom
Braswell of Monticello, Otis Pad-
gett of Marianna, and Regional
officers of the Post Office Depart-
ment, Glenn Krause, Tallahassee;.
W. S. Taylor, Tallahassee; R. B.
Hohn, Atlanta, Ga.
Following the meeting a delight-
ful barbecue chicken dinner was
served to the visitors at the Cen-
tennial building by Scoutmaster
John Simpson and his scout troop.
-it

Mildred Tillman Is

"Miss Monument"

By MARGARET BLOUNT
Monday, being the deadline for
the "Miss Monument" contest be-
ing sponsored by the Senior Class,
found Mildred Tillman the posses-
sor of the most votes for the "Miss
Monument" title. Katrlna Ferria
had the most votes for "Little Miss
Monument".
'Runners-up in the contest were
Linda 'Smith, "Miss Monument" and
Gail Anderson, "Little Miss Monu-
ment".
The candidates and the Senior
Class appreciates your support and
co-operation.
The money which was derived
from this contest will be used to
help pay for the 1958-59 yearbooks.


tober 27 at 1:00 p.m. from the First of the game. They scored their first Commenting on recent state-
Baptist Church in Port St. Joe. The touchdown in the first quarter on a ments made by Paul Butler, Demo-
pastor, Rev. C. Byron Smith, assist- long drive that ended with Peter- cratic National Committee Chair-
ed by Rev. J. C. Odum. Interment son going over to score from the man, Congressman Bob Sikes said, ..
was in Duncan Cemetery near Chip- one. "The Democrats are the party of
ley. In the second quarter the Sharks, all the people. The aims and prin-
Pallbearers were Buford Nichols, unable to move on the ground, took ciples of the party must not be
Grady O'Brian, A. L. O'Brian, Wes- to the air but couldn't connect. diverted to the extreme policies of
ton Carter, P .W. Petty and J. T. Late in the quarter, Bob Munn in- a few radicals and left wingers.
Suggs. tercepted a Chipley pass on the The South has held the Democratic- '
Comforter Funeral Home of Port Sharks 15. Ed Smith, running full- Party together for decades and I y '
St. Joe was in charge of arrange- back, pulled off a beautiful draw am convinced the great majority of .'.,.
ments. play and ran 55 yards to the Chip- Americans want the contributions ..
ley 30. With one minute and 12 sec- of Southern leaders to the party
Visiting Parents onds left in the half, the Sharks and to the nation to continue. Mr. g B
Pvt. and Mrs. Joseph F. Britt, took to the air but were stalled by Butler is playing into the hands of 1
and son Hugh Mitchell are visiting a pass interception, the Republicans who, with their po-
Joe's -mother and father, Mr. and In the third quarter the Sharks licy of forced integration, are cer-
Mrs. Alex LeGrone. Pvt. Britt has fought off several deep thrusts in- tain to be defeated unless they can
just returned from Fort Lewis, 'to St. Joe territory., split the Democratic Party and
Washington. He is scheduled to Chipley scored their final touch- bring about a Southern walkout. It Dr. John A. Redmond
go to Germany around the first of down in the fourth quarter on a 15 would be more appropriate for Mr.
November. His wife and son plan to yard run around left end. Butler to get out of the party if he Visitors rom P. C.
'join him-there later. Although the Shark offense was is dissatisfied with the position of Mr. and Mrs. Frances Amos a
-_ in bad shape physically, the defen- the great segment of the nation children Steve and Ronnie fr
In Albany, Ga. sive team got a thorough workout. represented 'by Southern Demo- Panama City were the week i
Joe Wilkie and W. T. Moseley David Musselwhite and Bill Chism crats. A third party movement must guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wal
are in Albany, Ga., this week on played a whale of a defensive be avoided if it is at all possible. Buttram.
business. game along with Willie Daniell, Such a movement could .be extreme- -
Alex Gaillard and Bobby Burkett. ly dangerous to the welfare of the Ga TO eMUIS1 SURK1 A,
struction for the Visitation Corn- Tomorrow night the Sharks meet 'nation and it probably would con-
mittee. a very tough Blountstown team. tribute nothing to Southern aims." Bead The Stf t" o a L !imL


and
'om
end
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VOTING DAY

Without much chance for en-
thusiasm for a general election
In Gulf County, it is nevertheless
time to go to the polls Tuesday.
No County candidates have op-
position, but several of the Im-
portant state offices have oppo-
sition.
It is therefore, your duty to go
'to the polls and vote Tuesday.
Voting by precincts will be
held In the same locations as
the Democratic primaries.


Chauncey Says "Mail

Overseas Gifts Now!"

The period from November 1 to
November 20 has been designated
for the mailing of Christmas par-
cels to members of the Armed For-
cse overseas.
Postmaster Chauncey Costin sug-
gests that the following schedules
be strictly adhered to in order to
avoid disappointment by late ar-
rival of Christmas mail and par-
cels.
AlH parcels to be sent by surface
mail should be mailed from No-
vember 1 to November 20. Airmail
parcels should be mailed from De-
cember 1 to December 10.
Size and weight limits on iyd.cels
are as follows: 70 pound maximum
except a limit of 50 pounds will ap-
tply to certain overseas destina-
-tions through New York, N. Y.
100 Inches in length and girth com-
bined is the maximum except that
smaller limitations apply to cer-
tain overseas destinations addres-
sed through New York, N. Y.
Boxes for overseas should be of
strong, sturdy construction on ac-
count of the great distance they
must travel and the handling and
storage they must undergo.
The domestic rate of postage will
be charged to the city for overseas
destination.
Greeting cards for the Armed
Forces overseas should be mailed
within the period designated for
parcels if they are 'to have a rea-
sonable expectation of delivery
prior to Christmas.


Methodist Dist. Supt.

Sets Wewa Visit


The Congressman will appear in
a meeting of all civic clubs, the
Chamber of Commerce of Port St.
Joe and all County and City govern-
ing officials.
The affair will be held at the
Centennial Building at noon with
the Congressman giving the main
address.
Sikes will come to Port St. Joe
after his annual appearance at the
Harbor Day celebrations in Apala-
chicola. A similar dinner was held
for the Congressman last year af-
ter the same occasion.
'Cngressman Sikes appearance
here is being sponsored by the Port
.St. Joe Chamber of Commerce and
all plans for the dinner meeting
have been handled by the Chamber.
Sikes has been very cooperative
with the Chamber in months and
years past in securing needed har-
bor work for Port St. Joe. In fact,
the Congressman announced thru
The Star just last week that money
had been made available for local
harbor work and that bids would
be called for in December.
Both Congressman Sikes and
Senator Spessard Holland worked
hard on securing .this appropriation.


Fire Prevention People

Take Story To School

County Ranger, Alton Hardy. re-
ports that the Gulf County f'-oe anr-
vention program is getting well un-
der way. Fire line plowing in the
northern end of the county fs pro-
gressing very satisfactorily. Ar'a
Ranger, Milton .Strength urges all
landowners who need fire lines to
contact him as soon as possible as
the equipment is moving south and
an early call will eliminate back-
tracking the equipment. If this oc-
curs the person requesting lines
will have to pay a transportation
charge.
Two hundred posters, printed by
the Woodlands Division of .SJPC,
have been turned over to Hardy for
erection throughout the county
prior to the hunting season. These
posters, urging people to be careful
with fire are available, in limited
quantities, to any land owner in the
county free of charge.
Plans are being formulated for a
series of educational programs for
all the sixth grade pupils in the
county. They will be held at the
St. Joe Tower at White City under
supervision of the county Forest


Dr. John A. Redmond, superintne- Service personnel. The children
dent of the 'Rochester, N. Y. Dis- will be instructed on fire preven-
trict of the Methodist Church, will tion and suppression and -the import-
be the speaker for the annual Mar- ance of forest conservation. They
anna District Methodist Confer- will have the opportunity to visit
ence to be held November 4, at the the tower and see how fires are lo-
First Church in Wewahitchak. cated. There will also be a fores-
Announcement of the choice of try movie and an equipment demon-
Dr. Redmond as speaker was made station.
this week by the Marianna District
Superintendent, Dr. W. B. Atkin-Lunch o- Me
son, who will preside at the confer- UnCI ROOm Ii lU
ence in Wewahitchka. Reports from
ministers and leaders of various Port St. Joe Elementary School
church organizations throughout MONDAY, NOV. 3
the district will be heard at the Barbecue beef on buns, black
conference, Dr. Atkinson said. eye peas, cabbage slaw, ginger
Graduate of Syracuse University, bread, white bread and milk.
Boston University, the School of TUESDAY, NOV. 4
Theology at Boston University and Pork sausage, buttered potatoes,
Central School of Religion, Dr. Red- snap beans, banana pudding, wheat
mond has served a number of pas- bread and milk.
torates in New York state including WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5
Potsdam, Utica, Ithaca and Niaga- Creamed turkey on buns, butter-
ra Falls. ed spinach, carrot sticks, peaches
He has been superintendent of and white bread.
the Rochester District since 1953, THURSDAY, NOV. 6
and has traveled extensively Lima beans, boiled weiners, let-
through ten countries in Europe tuce and tomatoes, hot biscuits,
and England, Ireland, Scotland and apple jelly and milk.
Wales. FRIDAY, NOV. 7
Dr. Redmond also serves on the Mullet, English peas, cabbage
board of directors of numerous slaw, corn bread, jello and milk.
church organizations and fraterni-
ties, and is an author and contribu- Visit In Atlanta
tor to the religious and secular Mr. and Mrs. Harry Adams and
press, periodicals and maagbines,. daughter Elizabeth visited with
SI their son, Jimmy, at Emory Univer-
Visit In Donalsonvllle sity, Atlanta, Georgia last week
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Hill and chil- end at the annual Parent's Day.
dren were the week end guests of They were luncheon guests of Sig-
Mr. Hill's parents in Donalsonville, ma Mu Fraternity and visited
Ga. buildings on the campus.


STAK






a street length gown of topaz an- lace handkerchief. Her corsage was mums was placed atop the dome. THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1958
tique silk taffeta. The gown had a a lavender orchid. IOn the other end the crystal punch
fitted bodice with full skirt and The mother of the groom was bowl was set in a bed of fern and Janiese Andre, Tallahassee; Basil Franklin D. Roosevelt lived part
featured a low, slightly rounded similarly gowned in mauve-rose flowers. Mrs. D. L. Clemmons of E. Moore, Phonzo Gilbert, Misses time and where he died.
neckline terminating in a full-blown lace with matching accessories. Tallahassee, presided over the Deda and Gilda Gilbert, Wilkie Gil-
panel in the back gathered into Her corsage was a lavender orchid., punch bowl, assisted 'by Mrs. Jack bert, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fleming, Visit Little White House
loose pleats by a bow near the hem- At the conclusion of the cere- Justice, Mrs. J. C. Culpepper, Mrs. Miss Donna Fleming, Mrs. Edith Mr. and Mrs. John W. Core of
line. mony the -bride and groom passed Charles Gill, Mrs. Cliff Ellis and Rendall, Panama City; Mr. and Port St. Joe registered recently at
The bridesmaids, Mrs. Will Ram- under the traditional arch of sabers Miss Diane Gilbert of Panama City. Mrs. Edward Ramsey, Deland; The Little White House at Warm
sey and Mrs. Bill Fleming, sisters held ;by the usher-groomsmen. The registration table was iden- Charles Ernest, Birmingham, Ala.; Springs, Ga., where President
of the bride, Mrs. Thomas Prid- Immediately following the wed-' tically covered and held the bride's Mrs. John Buchanan, Mrs. Daryl Franklin D. Roosevelt lived part
geon, Jr., and Mrs. Charles Ernest ding, the bride's parents entertain- book and an arrangement of yellow Jaschen, Lieutenant David W. time and where ,he died. Thousands
of Birmingham, Alabama, wore ed at the wedding reception in the chrysanthemums in a silver vase. Swanson and Lieutenant Bradley visit this national shrine every
identical gowns to that of the Ma- sun room of the Motel St. Joe. The IMiss Frances Hall of Port St. Joe J. Johnson, Fort Benning, Georgia. month. Maintained just as when he
tron of Honor. Both the Matron of guests were welcomed at the door presided over the bride's book. ----- -- -- lived there, it is open to the public
Honor and the bridesmaids wore by Mrs. Phonzo Gilbert of Panama Mrs. Hidalgo chose for her going Visit Warm Springs every day in the year.
leaf-shaped headpieces of topaz City, formerly of Port St. Joe, sis- away costume a suit of forest green Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Kendrick of
with -a brow veil and white gloves, ter of the groom. wool. She wore beige gloves and Port St. Joe, registered recently at Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bowdoin and
a gift of the 'bride. They carried A white metal lace arch entwin- hat and her other accessories were The Little White House at Warm children spent Saturday and Sun-
crescent bouquets of bronze chrys- ed with Southern smilax, holding black. She wore the single white Springs, Ga., w h e r e President day in Altha.
anthemums and burnt orange angel two white doves in flight with sa- yellow-throated orchid carried dur-
feathers, highlighted with talisman tin ribbons attached to a wedding ing the ceremony.
satin ribbon, and diamond engagement ring, The former Miss Wilder attended
The flower girl, little Miss Jea- formed the background for the Florida State University. She re-FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
nine Robichaux of Raceland, Louis- bride's table,. which was covered cently completed a 12-month-intern- Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH Pastor
iana, niece of the groom, was dres- with a full gathered, floor length ship at Birmingham Baptist Hospi-
sed in a floor length gown of topaz cloth of sheer white over yellow tal of Medical Technology.
taffeta featuring a full skirt. Her linen. The beautifully embossed Lieutenant Hdalgo attended Mar- SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
hat matched. those of the brides- four-tiered wedding cake, decorat- ion Institute, Marion, Alabama and MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
maids. She carried a white lace and ed in pale yellow icing rosebuds was graduated in June from The TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
taffeta basket ornamented with sa- and topped with the 'traditional United States Military Academy,, EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
tin rosettes and yellow butterflies, bride and groom, set in ruffles of West Point, New York.
from which she scattered the flow- net interspersed with yellow flow- Lieutenant and Mrs. Hidalgo left PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) -- 7:45 P.M.
ers. ers, was flanked by three branch- for a wedding trip to Fontana Vil-
Lieutenant Hidalgo chose as his ed silver candelabra adorned with 1lage, North Carolina. They will re- "Come and Worship God With Us"
best man his 'brother, Lieutenant lovely corsages of yellow tinted side in Texas, where Lieutenant |
Colonel Stanley Hidalgo, United carnations and 'holding 'burning Hidalgo will be stationed at Camp f ________'______-__


MRS. PETER DARGEY HIDALGU


Miss Patricia Wilder Becomes Bride
Of Lt. Peter Hidalgo Sunday, Oct. 19
The First Baptist Church of Port St. Joe was the scene Sunday,
October 19, at 4:30 o'clock, of the inspiring doublle ring military cere-
mony that united Miss Ida Patricia Wilder and Lieutenant Peter Darcey
Hidalgo in the bonds'of holy matrimony.
The bride is the -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Walter Wilder of
Port S.t Joe. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emile Hidalgo
of Raceland, Louisiana.
The candlelight ceremony was Palms were used at vantage points
performed by The Reverend C. By- and two large, many looped, 'white
ron Smith. satin rosettes with white satin
Mrs. Basil Moore of Panama City, streamers marked the family -pews.
organist, played a soft medley of The bride, radiantly lovely, en-
pre-nuptial music, -using the tradi- tered on the arm of her father
tional wedding marches from Lo- wearing a 'Princess gown of white
bengrin and Mendelssohn as Pro-Pois de ,Sois. The gown featured a'


cessional and Recessional. Mrs.,
Hunter Russell of Chattanooga,
Tennessee, sang "Thine Alone" by
Herbert and "Through the Years"
by Youmans. At the conclusion of
the ceremony she rendered "The
Lord's Prayer" by Malotte.
The sanctuary of the church was
'beautifully adorned with Southern
smilax 'and delicate cascades of
greenery were elevated in front of
two ten-branched candelabra hold-
ing flickering white tapers. 'Two
floor baskets holding 'beautiful ar-
rangements of white gladioli, chrys-
anthemums, pompons and Oregon
Huckleberry wTere used on each
side of the altar. Potted Sabal


portrait neckline of rose-point lace.
outlined with seed pearls -and irri-
descent sequins, with smart long
sleeves terminating in a point over
the wrist. The fitted bodice xteAnd-
ed into a full skirt ending in a Cha-
pel train. The 'bride's fingertip veil
of imported illusion was attached
to a tiara of lace and seed pearls,
matching her gown. She carried a
cascade of lilies of the valley, pearl
clusters and satin leaves centered
with a yellow-throated white orchid
on a white satin-covered Bible.
Attending the bride as her Mat-
ron of Honor was her sister, Mrs.
Thomas Edward Parker, Jr., of Port
St. Joe. The honor attendant wore


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States Army, and his usher-grooms-
men were Lieutenant John Bu-
chanan, Lieutenant Vic Gongola,
Lieutenant Daryl Jaschen and Lieu-
tenant Tony Evans. The groom, his
best man, and his usher-grooms-
men were in full-dress uniforms of
the United States Army.
The mother of the bride chose for
her daughter's wedding a street
length dress of mauve-rose lace.-
Her complements were also of
mauve-rose and she carried a white


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yellow tapers. Tall silver compotes
holding- yellow and white mints
completed the decorations. Mrs-.
'Stanley 'Hidalgo of Montgomery,
Alabama, sister-in-law of the groom
cut the cake. Mrs. Waring Murdock
and Mrs. Tommy Mitchell of Port
St. Joe assisted.
The punch table was covered the
same as the bride's table and fea-
tured a crystal dome over a bride
and groom on a silver base. A beau-
tiful arrangement of giant yellow


Gary, San Marcos.
Out of town guests other than
those participating in the wedding
and reception: Mr. and Mrs. Emile
Hidalgo, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Robi-
chaux, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lovelle,
Miss Ann Lovelle, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Morrison, Raceland, La.; Mr.
Walter Wilder, Sewanee, Tenn.;
Mis& Ann Hidalgo, Peter Hidalgo
and Vaughn Hidalgo, Montgomery,
Ala.; D. L. Clemmons, Miss Mary
Carr, Miss Penny Appleby and Miss


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Port St. Joe, Florida
Sunday School


Worship Hour 11:00 a.m,
Methodist Youth Fellowship -- 6:15 p.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.
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Christmas-Lay-A-Way Sale

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Sale Starts Thurs. Oct. 30-Ends Nov. 15


10 Kt. White and Yellow Gold-Reg. $6.78
Pearl Pendants $3.75

PEARL NECKLACES
Priced From $3.39 up
'3 OFF
A beautiful 1V2 Kt. total weight
WHITE GOLD RINGS
Reg. $925.00
Now $700.00
Solitair In 14 Kt. White Gold
Engagement Ring
Over One Third Kt. Reg. $199.00
Now $140.00
Solitaire 14 Kt. White Gold
Engagement Ring
Reg. $165.00
Now $125.00


Solitaire 14 Kt. White Gold
Engagement Ring
Over One Third Kt. Reg. $175.00
Now $135.00
Ladies and Gents All Colors
Electric Razors
$14.95 and up
15% OFF

52-Pc. Silverplate
Reg. $79.95
Now $39.95
Ladies and Gents From $1.50 up
WATCH BANDS
3 OFF


Prizes To Be Given Away
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24
4:00 P.M.

1 CARAT DIAMOND RING SET
in 14 Karet white Gold setting

VALUE $850.00
Can be seen in our window

Ladies and Gents Girls and Boys
Birthstone and Emblem

RINGS


Priced
from
$4.00
up


1-3 off


10 kt.
Gold
White and
Yellow


PEARL RINGS INCLUDED
All merchandise is from regular stock


Brilliant Solitaire diamond-Under 1 Kt.
Engagement Sets
Reg. $791.00
Now $525.00

Princess Rings
Reg. $33.90 and up
3 OFF
Solitaire-55 pt. Diamond-Reg. $575.00
Engagement Ring
Now $375.00

52-Pc. Silverplate
Reg. $99.00 Value CHEST EXTRA
Now $49.95


All $1 Costume Jewelry -- 86 c
10 K. Yellow and White Gold
CROSSES ---- 25% OFF

600 Pieces Hand Cut Crystal
$1.50 EACH
Nationally Advertised Names

Floating Opals ------ V OFF
Regularly $11.30 and up

COMPACTS ---15% OFF
Regularly $2.95 and up
Ladies and Gents Regular $5.95 up
IDENTIFICATION BRACELETS
30% OFF

CUFF LINKS- TIE CLASPS
Regularly $1.50 up
ONE-THIRD OFF


Ring & Necklace Sets
Reg. $15.95
Now $8.50

Wedding Bands
Reg. $10.00 up
/3 OFF


PARKER PENS
$1.95 up
DESK SETS ALSO


ALL GIFTS REDUCED


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You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -.. 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:80 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


'Speaker At Crestview 'Old Folks Day'
CRESTVIEW Governor Orval the Birthday Club of the Air
Faubus of Arkansas will head an senior citizens aged 70 and o
imposing list of dignitaries assemb- The Club's membership grew
ling at Crestview on November 8 the years to some 4,000 senior
for the Annual Old Folks Picnic. zens of Northwest Florida, S
The announcement of Governor Arabama and South Georgia.
Faubus' acceptance was made by Birthday Club of the Air was
Congressman Bob Sikes, who with tablished in the memory of W
W. Dexter Douglass of Tallahassee, Douglass, father of the late "
'will act as Master of Ceremonies. ter" Douglass.
The Annual 'Old Folks Picnic was This year's affair will also
founded 10 years ago by the late ture ceremonies dedicating a
W. D. "Cooter" Douglass through que to the memory of "Coo


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county on the west. Okee-
cafed on the "Big Lake."
ee County, and throughout
Brewers Foundation works, '|
e of beer and ale under
Believing that strict law The nautical look that makes Lou look so new!
interest of the people of Beautifully tailored with French-cord borders on
ses close cooperation with on mitred collar and cuffs. In suds-fresh combed
cement and governing offi- cotton broadcloth. White with red or navy tie;
egulafion" program. wedgwood blue with navy tie. Sizes 28 to 36.
7-, -- Come see our new-for-Fall Ship'n Shore
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ATAR, Port St. Jo. F. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30,1958 Arkansas' Governor Faubus Featured


other Southern Governors, mem- Hall in Port St. Joe, Monday, No-
bers of the U. S. Senate and House member 3 at 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.


for
)ver.
thru
citi-
outh
The
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NEWS
By MARGARET BLOUNT
Th people attending the STAC
House Saturday night enjoyed danc-
ing, pool, pink pong, etc.
Next Saturday night a special
attraction will be added to the
STAC House. A mascarade blal will
be held for the Hallowe'en season.
There will be apple 'bobbing, for-
tune telling and many other attrac-
tions. There will also be a prize
given for the -best costume, so be
sure not to forget the mascarade
ball Nov. 11. We really plan to have
a gay time.
VET SERVICE OFFICER
WILL VISIT HERE MONDAY
Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
guidance from Preston L. Nicholas,
Assistant State Service Officer.
Nicholas will visit this area next


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Douglass. Former Governor Millard week for the purpose of helping WILDER MAKES "ORDER of
Caldwell will deliver the dedica- veterans or their dependents in fil- GOWNSMEN" AT SEWANEE
tory address. Expected to be on ing .claims for Compensation Bene-
,hand for the ceremonies are Mrs. fits or solving their Insurance prob- deWANEt NN.-Eiy ght S
"Cootre" Douglass, her son, W. Dex- lems. This free service includes dents at became University of the S
ter Douglass of Tallahassee, her assistance to employers or veter- recently became members of
Order of Gownsmen, an organic
daughter, Mrs. Herbert Wyles of ans under the GI Bill, Vocational ordtr ht Gowndmens ac organs
St. Augustine, and Mrs. W. M. Training, Subsistence or other prob- n that dates back to the 187
Douglass, mother of the late "Coo- lems. at the Episcopal-owned school.
ter" Douglass. During his visit in this area Ni- student over formsbodth unversit
Invitations have been sent to cholas may be contacted at the City student o g body and


uniform is a Dblack academic
gown that is worn to all classes
and chapel services. Membership

is granted to upperclassmen in
good academic standing.
Making this order from Port St.


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December 13
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of Representatives, State Cabinet
Members and many State Legisla-
tors and County officials.
The Old Folks Committee, head-
ed by Mayor-elect, Harry Booth of
Crestview, has engaged an impres-
sive array of talent for the musical
program, including: Jim and Jesse
and the Virginia Boys; the Florida
Boys Quartet; Hank Locklin; the
F.F.A. School Band of Paxton and
many others.
In addition to the speaking and
entertainment, all persons 70 and
over will 'be honored with a free
meal. The day-long affair will 'be-I
gin at 10:00 a.m. OST. The speak-
ing program has been set for 11:00
o'clock and will conclude with Gov-
ernor Faubus' address just prior to
the lunch hour. Nationwide TV and
newspaper and radio coverage is
anticipated and Crestview is busy-
ing itself with preparations for a
tremendous influx of elderly citi-
zens as wel las other visitors.
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MINUTES OF THE Gulf County, presented his Tax Roll for A. Patrick, Assessor of Taxes for Gulf
MI he year 1958, showing the total amount County, who, being duly sworn, says the
to be collected as $408,941.46. The Board above Assessment Roll contains a true
COUNTY COMMISSION did then examine said tax roll and upon statement and description of all persons
motion by Comm. Strickland, seconded by and property in the above County of Gulf
Oommis. Harden and duly carried, the Board subject to taxation or liable to be assessed
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA approved and accepted said tax roll as therein, and that the valuation thereof, so
October 11, 1958 presented. The Board did then present said far as they were made by him, are just
The Board of County Commissioners of tax roll to the Hlon. Harland 0. Pridgeon, and correct so far as he has been able to
Gulf County, Florida, met this date in Tax Collector and charge him with col- ascertain.
special session with the following members le4tng $408,941.40 as shown on said /s/ Samuel A. Patrick
present: G. S. Croxton, Chairman, A. J. tax roll. County Assessor of Taxes
Strickland and E. C. Harden, Sr., the Clerk, TATE OF FLORIDA Gulf County
Sheriff and Attorney werealso present. STATE OF FLORDAworn to and subscribed before me this
The meeting came to order at 8:80 a.m. COUNTY OF GULF:1th day of October, A. B., 1058.
Hon. Samuel A. Patrick, Tax Assessor of Personally appeared before me, Samuel t/f H. 0. Pridgeon, Notary Public State
of Florida at large. My -commission expires
September 9, 1960.
... .(Notary Seal)
STATE OF FLORIDA
IT IS OUR PRIVILEGE TO ANNOUNCE. COUNTY OF GL ounty ommsson
We, the undersigned County Commission-
ers in and for the County of Gulf, State
.that along with our fine line of. Pontiac automobiles of Florida, do hereby certify that we have
carefully examined the foregoing Assess-
we have obtained the franchise for meant Roll of said county for the year A.
D. Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-Five and
have compared the original and two copies
M OTORS therofasrequired by Section 984, Com-
EVINRUDE OUTBOARD MOTORpiledGeneral Laws of Florida (Section
728, Revised General Statutes of Florida)
and find the same to be correct.
A complete line of these beautiful new outboard motors i /s/ s. troe on
/a! E. C. Harden, Sr.
will be on our showroom floor very soon. Trades on /s/ A. J. Strickland signers
used motors are accepted and financing can be arranged. STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF GULF
Our service department is completely equipped to handle C hereby certify that the warrant given
under the hand of Samuel A. Patrick,
any repairs or service work so why not come in and see County Assessor of Taxes, to Harland 0.
Pridgeon, Tax Collector, and attached to
Wimberly Pontiac Company for any and all of your the PrdgAssessmenta Coll ector the county of
Gulf for the year A. D. Nineteen Hundred
motor needs, and Fifty Eight has been duly recorded
on page 176 of the minutes of the Board
of County Commissioners in and for the
County aforesaid, as required by Section
934 Compiled General Laws of Florida,
(Section 728 of the Revised General Sta-
tutes of Florida).
Given under my hand and. seal of office
this llth day of October, A. D. 1958.
/s/ George Y. Core
Clerk of the Circuit Court
in and for Gulf County
(Clerk's Seal)
The above is a true and correct copy of
the Affidavits filed this date.
The Board voted to pay F. L. Aman
$6.00 per day for 10 days for nursing
Mr. Raffield during his illness.
There being no further business, the meet-
ing did then adjourn.
SB ATTEST:
George Y. Core G. S. Croxton
Clerk Chairman
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
I October 15, 1958
SThe Board of County Commissioners of
J : =:" -.-- .---.. Gulf County, Florida met this date in regu-
---" .... -- < -- lar session with the following members
present: G. S. Croxton. Chairman, E. C.
Harden, Sr., George W. Cooper, A. J.
RIGHT NOW-just before your old motor suddenly Strickland and J. O. Price. The Cl0erk, Sher-
R H Olderjitrae iff, Engineer, Atotrney, Road Supt. and
gets a year older in trade-in value-we can offer you Mosquito Control Supervisor were also pres-
more than it will ever be worth again. I's a golden en meeting came to order at 9 o'clock
opportunity for you to trade up to a ne\ "59 Golden a.m.
The minutes of September 8, 9, 23 and
Jubilee Evinrude-to enjoy the golden ays of fall 25 were read, approved and adopted.
boating before winter lay-away---AND WE'LL SERVICE Pursuant to notice advertised to receive
sealed bids to sell the County one Jaeger
AND STORE IT FREE UNTIL SPRING-ready for you the Building Mixer, the following bids were re-
first warm day you get the urge to go again. e anived, to-wit.
Panama Machinery and Supply Co., Pan-
wgr ama City, Florida, offered 1 6SA Jaeger
NOW, while we need good sed motors to recondi- Buildingi Mixer as per specifications for
tion for sprihg-to keep our service shop busy during $2,Wew Hardware company. Wewahitchka
Wewa Hardware Company,- Wewaliitchka,
the winter-we can offer you Florida, offered 1 6SA Jaeger Building
th e offerad oUP Mixer for $2,657.00.
Ra golden trade-in, trade-UP Ray-Brooks Machinery Co., Pensacola,
opportunity. See us right Florida, offered 1 OCM 6S Concrete Mixer
for $2,150.00.
away! And especially, see Seabrook Machinery, Inc., Tallahassee,
these wonderful new Florida, offered 1 CMO S Concrete Mixer
After considering all bids, there was a
motion by Comm. Price, seconded by Comm.
Cooper and upon vote was duly carried, that
S-- all bids be tabled until the next regular
Meeting to be held on October 28, to allow
itime to study the we models offered.
Dr. H. I. Langston, Director, Gulf County
l Health Department, appeared before the
E Board by request of the Commisison. The
VE V I Board told the Doctor that beginninning Oc-
tober 1, 1958, Gulf County will not parti-
I, cipate in the Hospital Indigent program
E V IN R with the State Health Department and asked
him what the County can do to assist the
QUIET OUTBOARD MOTORS indigent cancer patients in the county. The
Doctor told the Board that it would have
to decide on a maximum amount the County
I EAV can spend on each indigent patient and that
WIMBERLY PONTIAC COMPANY each hospital should be notified as to the
V r Iamount the County will pay before a patient
201 MONUMENT AVE. PHONE 7-3411 is committed to the hospital.
The following applications for hospital
service for the indigent were approved, pay-
able from 1957-1958 funds, to-wit:
Johnnie Dykes, $60.00.
Laura Christmas, $196.00
Barbara Jean Allen, $45.00.
Ella Lovett, $405.00.
Julia Inez Raffield, $148.62.
David Newton, $45.00.
Mr. C. L. Morgan appeared before the
Board and told of certain drainage prob-
lems oni a road crossing his land and re-
quested the County to correct this problem.
Comm. Harden told the Board that Mr. Mor-
gan ihaes subdivided some of his land and
filed the plat with this Board; that the
Board promised Mr. Morgan it would fix the
streets in hi ssubdivision,, but no work has
ever been done on this project; that he thinks
the Board should fix the streets as soon as
possible. Mr. James Rish, Sr., appeared be-
,..- -. f. ore the Board and told that the County
road to -his farm at Iola is in bad need of


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re-airs and requesetd the County to work The Chairman announced that the labor
in this road while the weather is good; that trouble in the Mosquito Control Department
several broken-down bridges ought to be has been settled.
replaced with culverts. Mr. Rish then told Comm. Strickland told the Board that
the Board that wren the bridge is completed the people in Highland View are complain-
that crosses the Lakes, his cattle will be ing about the speed limit in Highland iVew
able to cross he bridge unless a cattle-gap being to great. After discussion ,the Board
is installed on the East side of the Bridge instructed the Clerk to write to the State
and he requested the County to have the Road Department and request that a survey
State Road Department to install the cattle- be made as to the traffic in Highland View
gap. and to set a speed 'limit of 25 MPH.
The Board instructed the Clerk to place The Board did then select and appoint
the name of Inez Bright on the mothers' the following election inspection boards for
pension roll for $9.00 per month, beginning the General Election of November 4, 1958,
this date. to-wit:
Upon motion of Comm. Harden, seconded PRECINCT NO. 1
by Comm. Price and duly carried, the Coun- Day Shift: Clerk, Jeanette Lindsey; In-
ty paid the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital specters, Mildred G. Jones, Nellie V. Smith
$75.00 representing a hospital bill for and Dollie V. Weeks.
Mrs. Larue Smith. Night Shift: Clerk, Roy E. Taylor; In-
Upon motion of Comm. Harden, seconded specters, Robert G. Brown, Gil Tomas and
by Comm. Strickland and duly carried, the A. L. Whitfield.
Board notified the State Road Department PRECINCT NO. 2
that the low bid of Scott Construction Co., Day Shift: Clerk, J. A. Glenn; Inspectors,
of $260,279.46 is approved by the Board C. W. Norton, Jr., Mrs. S. B. Brown and
and requested that the bid be awarded. Mrs. Inez Turner.
The Engineer informed the Board that Night Shift: Clerk, Wilson S Brown; In-
he has information from the State Road spetors, Johnnie ortner, Jr., Caroll T. Brown
Department that the Dead Lakes road and and R. D. Lister.
the two industrial roads will be constructed PRECINCT NO. 3
in this fiscal year, but that the Roberts ,Clerk: Carmie B. Orutchfield. Inspec-
Cemetery and he Spade Bluff Cemetery road tors; Eliza Snell, Thelma Vanhorn and Mary
can not be constructed this year. V. Capps.
A discussion was had with reference to PRECINCT NO. 4
the Commissions due the Tax Assessor and Clerk: Annie M. Cook. Inspectors; Mary
Collector for assessing and collecting taxes F. Hanlon, Annie M. Hardy and Alice M.
for the Dead Laqes Water Management Adkins.
District. The Board was advised it could PRECINCT NO. 5
make donations to the Dead Lakes Water Day Shift: Clerk; Olita Adkinson. Inspec-
Management District, therefore, upon motion tors; Mrs. Ted Whitfield, Merle Owens and
of Comm. Harden. seconded by Comm. Thelma Rhames.
Price and duly carried, the Board voted Night Shift: Clerk; W. 0. Miles. Inspec-
to donate the amount of the Commissions tors; Mrs. Maxine Coter, Katie Richards
already paid to the Assessor and Collector and Inez Skipper.
to the District and also o pay any future PRECINCT NO. 6
commissions due them as long as taxes are Clerk: Polly Jordan. Inspectors: Mrs.
collected for the District. Clyde Gentry, Mrs. Mary Smith and Mrs.
The Clerk was instructed to make the E. L. Antley.
necessary item ot item transfers to show PRECINCT NO. 7
these amounts as a donation to the Dis. Clerk: Louis Johnson. Inspectors: David
trict and not as Commissions to the Assess- F. Mims, Virginia Graves and Alley Key.
or and Collector. The total amount donated PRECINCT NO. S
to the Dead Lakes Water Management Dis- Day Shift: Clerk: Zola Maddox. Inspetcors;
trict is $648.40, of that amount $291.69 1.1-;'L,.. Money, AddieM. Goodson and Mrs.
is donated as commissions to the Assessor "A I Daughtry.
and $356.71 is donated as Comm. to the Night Shift: Clerk: Mrs. J. A. Garrett.
Collector. Inspectors: Mrs. W. L. Durant and Robert
L. McKiernan.




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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

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The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
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FLORIDA POVIV(1IPI'III|AT1

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PRECINCT NO. 9 and unanimously carried, that the following
Day Shift: Clerk: W. L. Jordan. Inspec- amendments be made in the budget for the
ors: Mrs. D. :D ..... James McCall, Jr., fiscal year beginning October 1, 1957 and
nd Mrs. Rush '.. ending September 30, 1958 and said amend-
Night Shift: Clerk: Mrs. Thomas Mitchell. ments are hereby authorized and ordered, to-
inspectors: Mrs. John C. Dickey, Mrs. Hilton wit:
B. Lewis and Mrs. Bobbie G. Bowden. A letter from the City of Port St. Joe
PRECINCT NO. 10 notified the County that the City will par-
Day Shift: Clerk: Nila V. Jolly. Inspect- ticipate in the Mosquito Control program
ors: Trixye Rich, Beatrice Revell and Mrs. for the year beginning October 1, 1958 in
Y. L Wages the amount of $5,000.00.
Night Shift: Clerk: J. A. ..1 '. The State Road Department notified the
spectors: Mary Lou Stripling, i... ..:..'il Board that Legs "A" and "B" of an access
and Mary C. Christian. road to the industrial sites have been ap-
The Supervisor of the Mosquito Control proved for construction.
Department gave a report on the year's There being no further business to come
expenditures and work accomplished, before the Board at this time it did then
Whereupon, after discussion with reference adjourn.
to the budget for the fiscal year ending Sep- ATTEST:
member 30, 1958, there was a motion by George Y. Core G. S. Croxton
Comm. Price, seconded by Comm. Strickland Clerk Chairman










Cordial

I ;corduroys


"- Make yourself right
S' t home for sit-on-the
.., loor evenings and

S ... i, tertaining drop-in
., guests. "Fun Cord"
S:"" n litre d' weskit with
.' : back tab 6.98.
11 "all tapers with brass
buckled reversible
.... *belt 8.98















J h Both in Crompton's

.(JChessman" print
shirt in Dacron-
(otton blend 7.98.
I-M 8-20 sizes.




by JANTZEN











ST IN'





TOTAL IS LESS AT IG,


IGA THE


Specials For October 30, 31
and November 1
Quantity 'Rights Reserved
IGA FOODLINER
Port St. Joe, Florida '

GET YOUR TRICK or


TREAT CANDY AT

FREE GIFTS TO BE
GIVEN EVERY
TWO WEEKS AT IGA

SWIFT'S SWEET RASHER SLICED



SWIFT'S BROOKFIELD --- LB. BAG

SAUSAGE


2 for


IGA ROYAL GUEST

CATSUP


l for


IGA PEACH
PRESERVES


III Neighbor! -q /
We're celebrating! It's FALL FESTIVAL time again! Our opportunity
to feature the IGA BRANDS... IGA TABLERITE and TABLEFRESH... which
YOU have made so popular! And it's YOUR opportunity to SAVE on
QUALITY FOODS! Your friendly NEIGHBORHOOD IGA retailer wants
you to take advantage of the VALUES which IGA'S FALL FESTIVAL OF
IGA BRANDS allows! Shop at IGA...TODAY!
#,IS WEEK'S "NEAT TIP"
A spring clothespin mounted above your work table holds your
-ecipe card...no chance to soil or drop it!


YOU CAN'T MAKE A MISTAKE
WHEN YOU BUY...

TABLEITE MEATS"
CHOICE, TENDER TABLERITE

.... ]Rib Roast
S '" A tried and true favorite with all
the family. You get. full value,
-. wholesomeness and nutrition in
IGA's quality beef roasts!
+* POUND


-AC


GA. GRADE 'A' BAKING LB.



FRESH FROZEN FRYING CHICKEN (Grade A) LB.


79c


Breast or Legs


FRESH PORK BOSTON BUTT

Pork Roast


49c


20 OZ. JAR


39c


WHITE HOUSE APPLE NO. 303
SAUCE
IGA CRANBERRY No. 393
SAUCE


IGA TABLE RITE


12 OZ.


39C


U. S. GOOD HEAVY BEEF

Round Steak


79c


SUBER-EDWARDS TENDER HICKORY SMOKED


HAMS
WHOLE or SHANK HALF


Lb.
BUTT HALF
lb. 53c


GA. RED -- NO. 303 CAN


Snow I.CA
SHORTENING

3 LB. CAN


C


TOMATOES


10c


IGA (No Limit) LARGE BOX
DETERGENT


IGA-FRESH PRODUCE -
U. S. NO. 1 WHITE (With $5.00 Order or More)

POTATOES
HOME GROWN

White PEAS
FRESH HOME GROWN WHITE
BUTTER BEA.S


CHARMER
COFFEE


LB. BAG
49c


NBC Vanilla 12 Oz.
"Make a Banana Pudding"


WAFERS


33c


THE TOTAL IS LESS AT IGA


10 LBS.

19c
4 LBS.

49c
3 LBS.

49c


2 YEAR OLD
Rose Bushes
Will Bloom Next Spring
SINGLE ------- $1.19
PKG. OF 3 --- $3.00
PKG. OF 5 --- $3.75


~DT


HE TOTAL IS LESS AT IGA


GA. GRADE 'A' EXTRA LARGE

EGGS


Doz.
(With $5.00 Food _
Order or More)
A Bonus Special
SUNGOLD -- With Food Order
OLEO


Band-Aid
Charmers
Super Anahlist 20a
TABLETS
Brock Colored 10 Oz.
Marshmallows
Box of 12
Jumbo Pies


Ig. 53c
98c
21c
49c
THE TOTAL


- FROZEN FOODS -


McKENZIE


RICES


95c
95c
No. 2
35c
27c


12 Oz.
Linit Starch


5 PKGS.


Strawberries99c
RICH'S WHIP LGE. CAN
TOPPING 39c


LB.
15c


EVERY DAY LOW P
3 Lb. Can
CRISCO
3 Lb. Can
FLUFFO
Comstock Cherry, Apple or Peach
Pie Filling
Red Label 1/a Lbs.
Karo Syrup
IS LESS AT IGA


5 PKGS.


99


2 for31c


12 Oz.
Niagara Starch
Watermald 2 Lb. Cello Pkg.
RICE
Mahatma 3 Lb. Cello Pkg.
RICE


21c
31c


53c


THE TOTAL IS LESS AT IGA


49c
LB.

49c


2 FOR
29c


19c


McKENZIE BRANDS -- MIX 'EM UP
Baby Limas, Cut Okra,
Whole Okra, Mustard,
Turnips, Collards


Ad~8ppula~rPaeP~B~eti~n~B~


IGAM I I I THEs~tH


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'TOTAL fS LESS ATI


THE TOTAL IS LFSS AT 14







g 00odies.


WSA.Dog $sIv P 'A P 3. VYBODY SAVES AT PSGLY WIGGLY& SAVES AT PIG/LY WIGGLY


e ti


10 LB. BAG -- WITH $5.00 ORDER


PEPSI-COLA or 7-UP


ARMOUR'S WITH BEANS


ARMOUR'S 3 TALL CANS


ARMOUR'S LB.

aEBfl B tla;Bi "_ Baig! "


FRESH TENDER


2 LBS.


HI-BALL


6 BOT. CTN.

19c


25 LB. BAG

1179


2 LB. BAG SUGAR FREE!
FLA. GRADE 'A' MED. 2 DOZ.


PURE PORK HICKORY SMOKED

SAUSA iE
SMOKED SLAB
BACm
ARMOUR or WILSON -- 3 IB. CANNED
PICNIC i
U. S. GOOD ROUND
STEA W
ARMOURS
BACON
U. S. GOOD
SIRLOIN
LIVER and LIGHTS
Ga. Specials
FRESH GROUND
GrounY BEE
EVERYBODY SAVES AT PiGGLY WIGGLY


LB.


LB.
'21




LB.

LB


LB.

SET

3 LBS.
*le 0


FRESH YELLOW
,dft


SWIFT SALAD


FRESH NEW CROP


SNOWBALL
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C


7
DOZ.


EACH


NO. 10 JUG


OIL


1.29


KUDOS CORNED

EE F


12 OZ.

45c


R EE!
1952 CHEVROLET
ot Yur PIGGLY WIGGLY
SEE IT TODAY -- COME ON IN AND REGISTER
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
A VALUABLE PRIZE WILL BE ANNOUNCED EACH
MONDAY prior to Grand prize Drawing.


W#ERYBODY SAVES AT PIGGLY WIGGLY


eVERYBODY SAVES AT PIGGIV WIGGLY


MAXWELLHOUSE
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Pule Beans







.'THE TAR, Port n t. Joe, Fla

WMU Circle

The Mary Hester Powell Circle e
of the White City Baptist Mission aM
met in the home of Mrs. Bill Beau- n
champ with seven members pres- c
ent. r
The following officers were elect- l


FOD0


AIR CONDITIONED FO
321 Reid Avenue
PRICES GOOD OCTOBER


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1958 Alfred Newsome, prayer chairman; dy, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Edna
Mrs. Tee Hicks, community mis- Harper, prayer chairman; Mrs. R.
sions; Mrs. Bill Harper, steward- L. Smith, mission study chairman.
IMeetings ship; Mrs. Henry Sewell, children's Mrs. James Horton, stewardship
home; Mrs. Bill Beauchamp, social chairman; Mrs. Stets Pridgeon,
chairman. community missions; Mrs. Ola Up-
d to serve for the coming year: shaw, social chairman.
Irs. Robert Daniels, circle chair- The Harriet King Circle met in -
nan; Mrs. Loyce Davis, program the home of Mrs. Delie Hatcher ST. JAMES' CHURCH
chairman; Mrs. George Harper, sec- with four members present. EPISCOPAL
etary-treasurer; Mrs. Ernest Ant- They elected the following offi- ,Rev. G. D. Underhill, Rector
ey, mission study chairman; Mrs. cers: Mrs. Delie Hatcher, circle The 22nd Sunday after Trinity,
chairman; Mrs. Bill Rich, enlist- November 2. 7:30 a.m., Celebration
ment chairman; Mrs. Edwards, pro- of the Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a.m.,
gram chairman; Mrs. IDrexel Lun- Church School. 11:00 a.m., Celebra-
tion of the Holy Eucharist and ser-
mon. This is the Family Service.
I TPlease bring the children and come
to the Altar 'Rail as families. The
children will receive a blessing.
i/B ilit ., 7:30 p.m. The Episcopal Young
t / HO Churchmen. 7:00 p.m. (CST) The.
l Celebration of the Holy Eucharist
.' ;ii i "" Band sermon at St. John's Church,
LFA ",H 's WWewahitchka.
The public is cordially invited to
ST worship with us and is assured of
R YOUR COMFORT Ia warm welcome.
Port St. Joe, Fla. I\I/ I I i


30, 31 and NOV. 1


IONA CUT GREEN 15% Oz. Cans


BEANS
lona Yellow Cling Halves or Sliced


PE A3E


4 FOR


43c
29 Oz. Can


27c


A & P OUI FINEST QUALITY -- 16 Oz. CAN
APPLE SAUCE 2 cans 27c


ANN PAGE PORK and 1 LB. CAN


BEANS


SUPER. RIGHT FRESH SMALL


HAMS


Here is elegance and smartness so strike.
ing and new that the United States
Government has selected the original
Sylouette for showing at the Brussels
World's Fair. Every line and detail of the
Sylouette by Sylvania is executed with
striking simplicity. Enhances the smartest
room decoration and lands a Iuxurious
look to your decor.
5u : .. .. .


8 FOR


99c
LB.


49c


SUPER-RIGHT HEAVY WESTERN BEEF


ROAST


49c


Model 21C626 i.
Elegant years-ahead styling. Picture-
Prompter that fine tunes automatically.
Rich wood veneer finishes in Mahogany,
Oak or Walnut. Picture tube 21" meas-
ured diagonally; 249 sq. in. viewing area.
See Walter Brennan in
THE REAL McCOYS' on ABC-TV



the frame of soft surround
light that makes viewing


NOW only


SMITH'S

Radio & TV


Keep Your Car Serviced



THE EASY WAY $6 yr :
WASH and POLISH

and LUBRICATION
EACH MONTH ONLY A / ,' f -.


THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL

LUBRICATION

98c


Sign up now to have your car cleaned and lubricated by
us each month for this low, low price.
-- 2 Convenieht Locations --
ST. JOE DON LEVENS
Service Station Rebel Station
at St. Joe Motor Co. Highland View
Phone BAll 7-8611 for Pick-up and Delivery


Long Avenue
Circle 5 Meets
Circle 5 of th eLong Avenue Bap-
tist Church met October 20, with


Griner, publicity; Mrs. Mickey 'girl. Myra Jean, born October 16.
Bateman, mission study and prayer Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gene Harper
chairman; Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr.. announce the birth of a daughter,
publication. Sheila Beth on October 20.
Refreshments were served to the Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Bird of
five members present. St. Joe Beach are the parents of
a baby girl, Karen Jan, born Octo-
Circle 3 of the Long Avenue Bap- ber 23.


tist Church met Tuesday, October
21 in the home of Mrs. L. E. Voss
with five members present.
The meeting opened with prayer
by Mrs. Lamar Hill, followed with
everyone repeating the watchword.
Mrs. Mary Pool, progarm chair-
man, presented the program, "O0
For A Thousand Tongues To Sing"
which took the group on an imag-
inary trip to the Philippines.
The meeting was closed with
prayer by Mrs. Voss and delicious
refreshments were served.
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Suber, 'r., 24
DePrado, Montgomery, Ala., are
announcing the arrival of M .ry
Kathleen, October 17. The little
lady weighed seven pounds and one
halt ounce at birth.
-K


Mrs. N. G. Martin, the circle chair- ..
man for the coming year. The pro- %
gram "0 For A Thousand Tongues Mr. and Mrs. Deward Lafayette
To Sing" was presented by Mrs. Harper announce the birth of a
Gene Fowler, Mrs. Wayne Beaman, son, Leward Lavon on October 22.
Mrs. Eldridge Money, Mrs. Vera Mr. and Mrs. William Francis
Budge and Mrs. Martin. After the Wager announce the birth of a son,
program a short business meeting Richard James on October 15.
was held at which time the follow- Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Ben Hen-
ing officers were appointed. Mrs. derson are the parents of a daugh-
John Core, program chairman; Mrs. ter, Debra Lee born October 12.
Beaman, co-chairman; Mrs. Burge, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Parker Hart
secretary-treasurer; Mrs. T. M. are announcing the birth of a baby
Watts, community missions; Mrs. boy, William Randy on October 13.
Gene Fowler, children's home; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lelano Eugene Ter-
Money, stewardship; Mrs. Muriel ry are the proud parents of a baby


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not this
(THAT COMPRESSED FEELING)


O ----


Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Prentice




Zolfo Springs,
Hardee County,
orida

WILBUR C. KING
Fellow Citizens:
After 11 years of faith-
ful service on your
Railroad and Public Util-
ities Commission, you
have honored me with
the Democratic Nomin-
ation for re-elaction. I
deeply appreciate ths
honor and want to thank
all of you who helped
me so much.
In the General Election
we will win a "grc-.t
Democratic victory in
Florida if all Ic- .
Democrats go to the p 1!s
and vote for the pai;'s
nominees.,
I will be grateful for
your continued sup"...i
and youf vote on
No.vermber 4.
f :.cerely,
WItlUR C. KING
C1mocratic Nominco
Florida Railroad and
Public Utilities
Commission, Group 1
(Political adv., paid for by
Dorothy L. Mendenhall,
Sate Campaign Treasurer)


(00


but this
(MAN-SIZED ROOM-WmNI A VIW)


Florida Democrats

We Nominated Able People In Our Sept. Primary

NOW WE MUST ELECT THEM
Get Out and Vote Next Tuesday, November 4


VOTE to preserve Florida's Democratic customs and traditions.
VOTE to safeguard Florida's position as a powerful Democratic State.
VOTE to continue progressive leadership in Florida.
VOTE for the Democratic nominees shown here. Each is a man of
proven leadership, ability and integrity. Each has a sound
record of achievement.


Ie8as are ahiouncing the birth of a
son, Marc Steven on October 26.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Riley Hall
are the proud -parents of a baby
boy, Tony Lynn, born October 18.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
-K
Visit With Danniel's
Mr. and Mrs. John Laney and
children Dianna, Joan and Vincent
of Chipley were recent visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Daniell.


70o1t


OPEN DAILY, 2:45 P.kF.
SATURDAY, 12:45 P.M.
TELEPHONE: BAIll 7-4191

Thurs., Fri.
lb 4 .'' T. I .







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SHIRLEY BOOTH
ANTHONY PERKINS
SHIRLEY MACLAINE
PAUL FORD
A PARAMOUNT PICTIkF
SATURDAY ONLY
DOUBLE FEATURE
EXCITEMENT BEYOND
TIME AND SPACE!


FOLKS


For Your Cordial Welcome To The


1959 FORD

Your interest in and warm reception of our new car for 1959 was ap-
preciated by us.


DOOR PRIZE WINNERS
D. E. WHITE
CLARENCE HARRIS


Come In Today for a Free
Demonstration Ridel


St. Joe Motor Co.


Phone 733 I -Iml1
A-Lvw,


Vote to re-elect U. S. Senator Spessard L. Hol-
Sland, esteemed by his Senate colleagues and whose
.Senate Seniority and Committee assignments (Ap-
propriations; Agriculture and Forestry) are vital to "T
Florida's progress.


AN ALLIED ARTISTS PICTURE
Vote to re-elect Wilbur C.
ing -to the Florida Railroad and
Public Utilities Commisison, Group
Vote to re-elect Jerry WV. Car-
ter to the Florida Railroad and
Public Utilities Commission, Group
2.
VOTE-E TUESDAY, Vote Bern r EVERYNTSVOTE

(Political Adv. paid for by Florida State Executive Committee, James M. Milligar, cet-irman and Treasurer) AN ALLIED ARTISTS PICTURE
'--I III. .*


OAK GROVE ASSEMBLY of GOD
REV. E. L. GILLILAND, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
CHRIST AMBASSADORS (Sunday) ---._ 6:30 P.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 7:30 P.M.
W.M.C. (Tuesday) 3:00 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ----.------7:30 P.M.
YOU ARE WELCOME
When you worship with us you are never a stranger and a
visitor only once


IN THE BRILLIANT NEW '



COMING SOON TO

ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY


THANKS


HOWARD DUFF
I GLORIA McGIHEE. DICK PORAN I

SUNDAY, MONDAY
"HOUSE BOAT"
GARY GRANT and
SOPHIA LOREN

TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY


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I Phone 7-3737


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Hurry! Hurry! Only 2 Days Left During



DANLEY'S FALL SALE!


44


8-pc. Set


ANCHOR-HOCKING GLASSES WITH
PURCHASE OF $19.95 OR MORE

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SAVE ,

K .8.OO n ib

FeatureS Deep Rails! $27.95
Smart Mod*
0*Plasticized ern Desgn $ 1995
Finish Choice of
p Ferruled Finish $1.00 Down
SLegs


FOR RENT: Unfurnished house.
1 large room, kitchne and bath.
Gas stove and heater furnished. $25
per month. J. A. Mira, 1031 Long
Ave. Ph. 9-1301. tfec-10-30,
FOR RENT: Furnished cottage at
Beacon Hill. Reasonable. See Si-
las R. Stone or phone 7-7161. tfc
FOR RENT: Nice bedroom with
private bath. Gentleman prefer-
red. Call BAll 7-7756 after 5 p.m.
Mrs. J. C. Culpepper. 4tp-10-30
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house in
I Oak Grove. $37.00 per month. See
Woodrow Shoots, 615 Garrison Ave.


S FOR SALE
I -


FOR SALE
1 House and 1 vacant lot at
Mexico Beach.
House on McClellan Ave.,
2 bedroom.
3 BEDROOM HOUSE on Mon-
ument Avenue.
SEVERAL NICE HOMES for
sale in different parts of Port
St. Joe. We help you arrange
financing. If you are inte.esAt-
ed in owning your own home.
please contact us.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-7741


FOR SALE: Lot 75' x 180' On 10th
St., East of Garrison Ave. $850.
See Karl Marshall or call 7-7966.
FOR SALE: Two adjoining lots on
McClellan Avenue.
A NICE two bedroom house on Mc-
Clellan Avenue. Only $8,500. Can
be financed through FHA with
small down payment.
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE with
a large den and large kitchen.
Has fireplace, porch and other de-
sirable features. Total price only
$10,500..
THREE BEDROOM, two baths, den,
dining room, living room and
kitchen, hardwood floors. This
house is less than three years old.
Total price $13,500. We can assist
you in financing any of these fine
homes.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Ph. BAll 7-3491 221 Reid Ave.


M


SHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.

CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR RENT: New 3 bedroom house
with oak floors. Fur. or unf. At
St. Joe Beach. Also small furnished
house in Highland View. See J. D.
Clark. Phone 7-7771. tfc-9-25
FOR RENT: Furnished cottages
and garage apartments, two to
four bedroom. For permanent or
temporary occupancy. Reasonable
rates by month or week. See Mrs.
C. E. Thompson, Beacon Hill, or
Call BAll 9-1184. Costin's Cottages,
Beacon Hill. tfc-9-4
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished apartments
Cool in: summer, warm in winter.
Gas heat, window fans. They have
to be seen to be appreciated. ALSO
NICE TRAILER PARKING SPACE
Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133, Wimico
Lodge Apartments and Trailer
Park, White City. tfc-7-17
FOR RENT: See Mrs. Shirey for
apartments and houses, furnished
and unfurnished. Phone 7-8058. tfc
FOR RENT: Furnished cottages
and apartments. See Otto Ander-
son. tfc-3-27
FCR 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. tfc-10-9
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, unfurnish-
ed apartment. Close in. $38.00 a
month. Inquire 1904 Garrison or
phone 7-8642. tte-
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
1505 Monument Ave. or Phone
7-5771. tfic-10-23
'FOR RENT: Garage apt. 2 bed-
rooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen and bath. Furnished. Four
mi. South of St. Joe on old 98.
Phone 9-1195. tfe-10-30


NEW CAR OWNERS;:Protect-that
bright new uphclatery with tailor
made seat covers..Many tabricas,.
choose from. Butler's, Trim Shop,


Corner Second, and -Reid. -, ;.7;,
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7,7011 for
quick expert service. -tf-2
-'ADE US that useless artile for
A.omething usetal. STOP and
4WAP.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH "
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO ,
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 114,
SHE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
%00 p.m., American Legion Home.
UPHOLSTERY WORK: Doea your
furniture 1I k old? Bring it to
Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second
and Reid for expert rebuilding.
FOR FAST, EFFICrENT PLUMB-
ING SERVICE. Call Bill's Plumb-
ing. Phone 7-7846 or 7-8161. .tce
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing money see us for anything
ron need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
LAWN MOWER FORI 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.


RADIUS
100 MILES


DOLLAR DAYS AT



The Bungalow Shop
1010 PALM BOULEVARD


CHILD'S ROCKER

Plastic Cover


895 E : tiful Bedroom On a Budget
Terrific bedroom value includes- i&


NO OUTSIDE FINANCING WHEN YOU DEAL WITH DANLEY


The HOWARD 'TV Junior'
Available in assorted colors. Hard-
wood frame with two coil springs.
New exclusive nontilt action. For


Infant's Corduroy CRAWl
Regularly 80c pr.
Children's PANTIES
Regularly Priced at $3.98
Flannel PAJAMAS
Regularly $3.19
KNIT SHIRTS for Teens
'Regularly $1.79 and $1.50
Cotton Cardigan SWEATE
Regularly $3.95
Teens CHALLIS PAJAMAS
Regularly $3.75
Ladies' Nylon SLIPS


LERS Dollar Days $2.50

2 pr. $1.35

$3.00

Special $2.25

'RS $2.29 and $1.98

SPECIAL for $3.00

DOLLAR DAY VALUE $3.00


DOLLARS ARE MARKED OFF DRESSES, COATS, SUITS
Visit the Bungalow Shop and see many other bargains
at the Bungalow Shop for these three days
of savings.

"Popular Prices for the Popular Sets"
OPEN THURSDAYS UNTIL 8:00 P.M.
CLOSED WEDNESDAY, and SATURDAY AFTERNOON
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1095

FOR SALE: Lot at St. Joe Beach.
90x149. $250 Equity and take p
payments. Contact 'Kinch Haul-
brook. Shirley's Hotel. Port St. Joe.
FOR SALE: 2 lots on Hunter Cir-
cle. 75x185 each. Call BAIl 7-5651
after 5 p.m. 3tp-10-30
FOR SALE
Small 1 bedroom house In Port
St. Joe. Bath, living room and all
electric kitchen. House to be sold
completely furnished. Good invest-
ment property. Steady renters at
$50 per monht. Located on a lot
50'S170'. Total sale price $3,750.
2 bedroom concrete block house
at St. Joe Beach. Nice buy for a
home or investment. Located on
corner lot. Also a good corner lot
at St. Joe Beach. 75' of highway
frontage. Excellent building site for
a home or beach cottage.
In good condition, 37' 1 bedroom
house trailer. A real buy at $1,600.
Some financing can be arranged.
Nearly new: A nice 2 bedroom
country home on one acre of
ground. Total price $4,500. Owner
will finance for 10% down and
balance payable in small monthly
payments.
FOR. RENT
Attractive house, 2 bedrooms, liv-
ing room, dining room, large fam-
ily room and enclosed porch. House
.has hardwood floors and one and
* a half baths. Yard is fenced in.
Nice 3 bedroom house on 9th St.
Hardwood floors and nicely kept
yard.
Also other rental property ia
town and at the beaches.
Wliliam J. Rish, Reg. Broker
Ruth C. Soule, Reg. Salesman
116 Mon. Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla.
COASTAL REALTY CO.


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RUBBER STAMPS made to order.
Prompt service. See F. 0. Allen,
Sr. 2tp
PRIVATE SPANISH CLASSES:
2 afternoons a week. Experienced
teacher. 1 class for high school and
one class for 2nd and 3rd grade
children. Mrs. Wm. L. Winters,
Phone BAll 7-3676. Itp
GOOD NEWS for older men. Real
opportunity for a profitable Raw-
leigh business in Gulf County and
Port Sit. Joe. Write Rawleigh's,
Dept. FAJ-101-BLK, Memphis, Ten.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY-
MAN OR WOMAN
Responsible person from this area,
to srevice and collect from cigaret
dispensers. No .seiling. Car, refer-
ences, and $582.50 .to $1975.00 in-
vestment necessary. 7 -to 12 hour*
weekly nets up to $327.50 inmonthly
income. Possible full-tine .work.
For local interview give phone and
particulars. Writ& Internatlonal
Distributin- C,>., Inc., *P ox
762, New Orleans, -a, .,


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