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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: November 6, 1958
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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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"
,ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1958 NUMBER 6


Hospital Awarded




Federal Meo


The City of Port St. Joe was awarded 8275,000.00 in Hill-
Burton money last Friday for expansion of the Municipal Hos-
pital here. The money is given to the City on a federal grant
basis and must be matched with funds by the city. The Hill-
Burton money will provide 55% of the new construction money
and the City of Port St. Joe must provide 45% or $225,000.00.


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by W -t..EY R. RAMSEY

GOOD, BETTER OR BEST?
We were talking with Marion
Parker the other day. As usual we
were trying to talk about printing
and advertising and Marion was
trying to divert the conversation to
other channels.
Marion and I steered our conser-
vation, somehow, to the lucky few
who inherit a lot of money. Marion
is of the school that you enjoy
what you earn by yourself more
than any a person might inherit.
We had to agree with Marion.
Work for an object makes that ob-
ject more appreciated.
The same goes for cake and
steak. The meat that is hard to
get next to the bone is the best and
the cake that sticks to the plate is
also the best.
Although we go along with Mar-
ion's argument, we have never
seen anyone throw away the meat
to get to .the bone-by the same
token we have never spied anyone
by-passing tFEs cake merely to get
to lick the plate.
And by the same token, whether
you have .to work for the money,
or whether someone throws it your
way-like the cake and the steak-
it is all good. But then, we were not
arguing that point, merely which
was the best.

'WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR
BACK SIDE GIVES WAY
Truly a problem.
Especially was this problem true
in the case of Jesse Stone, Paul
.Fensom and Henry Lilius.
This trio went a fishing.
When they had drowned their
bait they started for home with
Henry at the motor controls. Hen-
ry cranked up his 25 hp motor and
away they went-for a little piece.
'All of a sudden the back side of
the boat gave way and off came
the motor, back side and all.
Since it was Henry's motor, na-
turally he held on to the handle
while the motor sank under the
briney and came up under the boat.
Paul and Jesse went for the front
of the boat to pick the back side
up out of the water-on which
Henry still reclined holding onto
his motor.
Finally the motor had enough wa-
ter and quit. Henry shipped the
motor and the trio began to paddle
with all three on the front two feet
of the boat.
While it wasn't funny to them,
we would certainly like to have had
our Graflex handy.
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Every Member Canvass

-The First Methodist Church is
engaged in a campaign that will
yield both spiritual and material
gains.
The objective is to visit each
family 'and -present the church
needs.
The Mission program of the
church has increased very much re-
cently.
The entire budget has increased
40% in the last 24 months. Our
leaders have accepted this chal-
lenge and are endeavoring to sup-
ply the needs of a great and divine
cause.
Gene Williams of Conference
Board of Lay Activities will assist
Burke B. Scisson in the visitation
phase of the work. Mr. Williams
will be with us at the Sunday eve-
ning service at 7:00 p.m.
The first instruction class will
be held at 8:00 p.m. Sunday. Mr.
Williams urges each visitor to be
present for this meeting at 8:00
p.m.


Of the money that is to be pro-
vided by the city, $175,000.00 is now
on hand from a bond issue floated
by the City Commission in January
of this year. Mayor J. L. Sharit
told The Star that the city must
provide $50,000.00 more in match-
ing funds. The Mayor expressed
confidence that the City will have
the matching money on hand when
the time comes to produce.
The money received by the City
from the Hill-Burton funds is a
grant. The City does not have to
repay the $275,000.00. The match-
ing money will have to be repaid
by the City.
Mayor Sharit gave no specific
time for construction to begin, but
he intimated to The Star that it
would be in the very near future.
Arthur Forehand, manager of the
hospital construction department of
the Florida Development Commis-
sion, who is handling the Federal
grant will be in Port St. Joe within
two weeks with proposed plans for
the hospital expansion to meet with
the City Commission and the hos-
pital authorities to discuss the
needs and wishes of the City in its
hospital facilities.
The funds will provide money
for expanding the hospital' facili-
ties to more than double their
present capacity in bed space;
'provide new operating rooms and
facilities and other physical needs
of the hospital.
,The expansion of the overcrowd-
ed Municipal Hospital hap be'eni
the prime goal of Mayor Sharit
since he first came into office three
and a half years ago. The City
Commission has been seeking ways
and means of performing this oper-
ation for over two years.


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The Apalachicola Northern Railroad with headquarters in
Port St. Joe, announced this week that they have signed contracts
with the 0. P. Woodcock Company of Jacksonville to construct
a modern office building at the foot of Reid Avenue on the site
of the old AN depot.
According to AN Vice-President, J. L. Sharit, the contracts
were signed last week end and work will begin on the structure
about the middle of this month. The modern brick and marble


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MANY A HEADACHE!-Chief of Police H1 W.x. GrIft I'ays the haul of 45 gallons of "moonshine"
picked up by offers M. A. Kelley and .F u'' -'i1 earlyy Sunday morning. Local police arrested.
Walter Seabrook, colored, on a charge of possessing and transporting un-tax paid hiskey. (- photo)


1. C. Nedley Appointed
Municipal Judge

-Municipal Judge A. D. Lawson,
tendered his resignation from that
capacity at the regular meeting of
the City Commission Tuesday night.
Mr. Lawson gave ill health as his
reason for resigning.
The City Commission named
Commissioner I. C. Nedley as Mu-
nicipal' Judge to fill the vacancy
and Commissioner R. H. Ellzey as
his assistant.


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HALFBACK RICHARD ZIPPERER hauls in a pass and is promptly
nabbed by a Blountstown tackler in Friday night's game here on
the High School gridiron. (- photo)


City Police Catch Man Hauling

45 Gallons of 'Moonshine' Whiskey


Md. Firm Awarded

Operation Contract

EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE-A
Maryland firm has been awarded
a 1:. -' ..Iu dollar contract for op-
eration of land and water missile
ranges of Eglin's Air Proving
Ground center.
The Air Force said Friday the
contract went to Vitro Laboratories
Division of the Vitro Corp. of Sil-
ver Spring, Md. A company spokes-
man said about 350 persons will be
employed in operating and main-
taining the ranges by Dec. 1.
The. number will increase to
about 500 next year, he said, when
the down-range tracking stations
along the Florida west coast are
completed.
Vitro is responsible for the engi-
neering design of the installations,
and operation of technical cam-
eras, precision tracking radar sys-
tems, telemetry and timing sys-
tems, and the borning, gunnery,
rocketry and missile ranges at Eg-
lin.
The main tracking stations on
the Eglin Gulf Test Range are at
Eglin, Panama City, Cape San
Blas, Anclote and Marco Island,
near Naples. All are expected to
'be completed by June except the
Marco station, due for completion
next November.


Homecomming Tomorrow

Everyone loves a winner, but With all the elements against him, interception.
just the faithful love a loser, which inexperience and a wet ball, Munn In the third and fourth quarters,
was evident by the smallest crowd managed to loose only two fumbles. the Sharks were moving well only
in years last Friday as the Sharks Another converted halfback, Bobby
went down in defeat to a big, pow- Burkett, who probably has more to lose the ball on fumbles.
erful Blountstown eleven, 6 to 0. intestinal fortitude and determina- 'On the whole, the Sharks played
The fans who just love a winner tion pound for pound than any foot- -a good defensive game with special
missed one of the best ball games baller in West Florida, spelled note going to the Sharks line back-
the "patched up" Sharks have Munn at the quarterback post and ers, Bill Chism and Willie Daniell.
,played all year. The defense was almost put the Sharks in the money Richard Zipperer and Willie Dan-
sharp and with just a little luck with his sharp passing. If his re- iell led the Sharks offensive at-
the Sharks could have won by two ceivers had been as sharp at he tack.
touchdowns, was, it would have been a long Friday night is homecoming for
With both first string quarter- night for the lumbering. Blounts- the Sharks as they meet the Boni-
backs. out with injuries, Coach Mar- town eleven. fay Blue Devils. Bonifay has yet
ion Craig had to call on a young Blountstown scored the only to win a game this season, and it
sophomore, Bob Munn, who hasn't touchdown of the game with 45 should be an easy pick for the
played over 10 minutes all season seconds to go in the first half. Sharks. But with the way the
and has never played quarterback. The Sharks moved well with the Shark's luck has been running this
Munn carried most of the load and ball and their scoring drives were year, you never can tell what might
did a terrific job for his first try. usually halted by a fumble or pass develop by Friday night.


City police officers M. A. Kelley
and Em.mette McCalvin (Mat Dil-
lon) arrested Walter Seabrook of
Port St. Joe about 3:00 a.m. Sun-
day for transporting a load of
untax paid whiskey.
Local police had been suspicious
of Seabrook's activities for some


building will cost around a half


High School

Lists onor

The Port St. Joe High School
proudly announces its Honor Roll
for the first six weeks of the 1958-
59 school year.
In order for a pupil to make the
Honor Roll, they must have made
"B" and above on all their six
weeks report grades. Having a B-
will eliminate a pupil from mak-
ing the Honor Roll. Also, having a
minus mark on deportment keeps
a pupil from making the Honor
Roll.
The following students made the
Honor Roll for this six weeks:
ALL 'A' HONOR ROLL
Connie McArthur, 10A; Norma
Hobbs, 11-A; Freddy Bowdoin, 9A;
Sandra Bracewell, 12; Peggy Cha-
fin, 12. A
'A' and B' ,HONOR ROLL
12th Grade:- Beverly Baldwin,
Patty Redd, Mildred Daniel, Kate
Tillman, Judy Fensom, Sandra
Smith, Phyllis Lewis, Tony Bar-
bee, Patsy Lewis, Richard Zipper-
er, Wilma Nell Thursbay, Victor
McAllister.
11-A: Norman Buchart, Stephen
Whealton, Coral Lee Armstrong,
Connie Chason, Carrie Jo Fletcher,
Diane Lay, Frances Spears, Betty
Ward and Crista Duren.
11-C: Diana Fitzpatrick and
Frank Griffin.
10-A: Mary Jane Bobbitt.
10-B: Howard Lovett-
10-C: Sonja Deskins and Norman


,time and had beenu 0 watching fur Hall.
*him. Sunday morning officers Kel- 9-A: Freddy Joines. C. J. Gid-
ley and McCalvin spotted Sea- diens, Brenda Ward, Ellen Kenning-
brook's car coming into the city ton, Norma Todd, Mercedes Shep-
on Highway 71 from Wewahitchka. pard and Marina Punt.
They stopped the car near Garrison 9-B: Alice Land, Reva Oakes and
Avenue for inspection and found Sn Durant.
Sue Durant.


nine five-gallon jugs of moonshine
in Seabrook's possession.
Chief of Police H. W. Griffin
said that Seabrook was being held
on a charge of possession and
transportation of untax-paid whis-
key. The chief also told The Star
that the department did not yet
know where Seabrook came from
or where he was going (he was
turning South on Garrison Avenue
aV the time of his arrest).


Three Hurt Slightly

In Auto Collision

Port St. Joe's perfect traffic
fatality record for two years was
again endangered Sunday morn-
ing when a car driven by Judy
Fensom of Port St. Joe and an-
other auto driven by Maurice A.
Bird of St. Joe Beach collided at
the intersection of Fifth Street
and Monument Avenue.


8-C: Jeff Crew.
7-B: Sandra Bass and Myron Mer-
ritt.
7-D: Douglas Hallman, David
Porter and Ellen Scisson.


First Grade Parents
Called To Meeting

Tuesday, November 11 at 7:30
p.m. the parents of first grade
pupils of the Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School will meet with
the school board at the Port St.
Joe Elementary auditorium.
The purpose of this meeting is
to find some way to overcome the
crowded conditions now existing
in the first grades at the Port
St. Joe Elementary School.
Each parent is urged to be
present at this meeting as it is
very important to your child that
you attend.
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Bird, with his family, was driv- Last Rites Held For
ing South on Monument about 9:30
a.m., going to' church when his car Mrs. Mary C. Stone
was struck in the side by the ma-
chine driven by Miss Fensom, who Mrs. Mary C. Stone, 69, died Mon-
was coming up Fifth Street from day night at her home at Willis
the Bay. Damage to both cars was Landing.
about $800.00, according to local po- Funeral services were held at
lice. No charges were filed, the Comforter Funeral Home in
0Only slight injuries resulted from Wewahitchka with Rev. Weeks con-
the accident. Mrs. Bird received a ducting the services. Burial was in
cut on her hand and the Bird's two the family plot at Cypress Creek
young daughters received cuts Cemetery near Kinard.
about the face and head. from fly- Survivors include her husband,
ing glass. All were treated at the Henry J.; three daughters, Hazel
Municipal Hospital and released Devant, Grealdine ". ---. ,, and
immediately. Lola Monohan; three sisters Mrs.
Gertrude Kovem, Panama City;
Visits In Pensacola Mrs. Annie Williamson, Port St.
Joe and Mrs. Edna Odom, Calloway.
Mrs. J. C. Odum visited last Fri- Comforter Funeral Home was in
day in Pensacola with her mother. charge of arrangements.


million dollars.
The structure, which will be
owned by the Apalachicola Nor-
thern Railroad Company, will be
42 by 180 feet. The building will
be three stories high and will house
offices of the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany, which are now located on
the Paper Mill property and offices
of the Apalachicola Northern Rail-
road Company, now located in the
Florida Bank building.
According to Railroad Vice-Presi-
dent, J. L. Sharit, the building will
be an imposing structure of brick,
marble and terrazo tile.
Mash-Saxelbye of Jacksonville is
the architect for the building.
Other physical descriptions of
the building were not available this
week, but The Star plans to obtain
further information from the ar-
chiP -ets and an architects drawing
cE the building, possibly for next
week's issue.


Mrs. Annie E. Dickens

is Taken By Death

Mrs. Annie E. Dickens, age 71,
a long time resident of Port St.
Joe, died after a short illness at
the Municipal Hospital Thursday,
October 30.
Mrs. Dickens fell ill two weeks
ago and was admitted to the Muni-
cipal Hospital where she died.
The Dickens' family has been
residents of Port St. Joe for many
years, being classed amaug the
pioneer citizens of the city.
Funeral services for Mrs. Annie
E. Dickens were held from the
First Methodist Church of Port St.
Joe, Friday, October 31 at 3:00 p.m.
Rev. Edmund 0. Bradley, pastor of
the church conducted the services
assisted by Rev. J. C. Odum.
Interment was in Oak Lawn Cem-
etery of Panama City.
Mrs. Dickens is survived by one
daughter, Mrs. Estelle Mosely of
Port St. Joe; two sons, Benjamin
of Port St. Joe and Gaston L. of
Jacksonville; one brother, J. J. Mc-
Daniel of Kaplan, La.; two sisters,
Mrs. Hestie Britt and Mrs. Sally
Lewis of Wewahitchka and four
grandchildren.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of services.

ST. JAMES' AUXILIARY
PLAN DINNER, BAZAAR
The St. James' Woman's Auxil-
iary of the St. James' Episcopal
Church will have their annual
harvest dinner and bazaar on Wed-
nesday, November 19 at the Parish
House.
They will begin serving the din-
ner at 5:30 p.m. Tickets will be n
sale for $1.50 for adults and $1.00
for adults.
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Children Collect

$87 For UNICEF

Mrs. Gus Creech reported this
week that the children who car.
ried out the "Trick or Treat" for
UNICEF last Friday night collect-
ed over $87.00 in pennies for the
underpriviledged children of the
world.
Mrs. Creech said that the Flor.
ida Bank at Port St. Joe counted
the pennies on hand and there is
slightly over $87.00 worth. She
stated that still more ponies
were to be turned in.
Mrs. Creech offered her thanks
to all the children and parents
who participated In the program,
the churches, the KIwanIs Club,
the Lions Club, Station WJOE
and The Star, for their coopera-
tion in the program.


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NEWS FROM

Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
Mrs. Charlie Stone and children
of Altha spent Sunda with Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Goff and Mr. and Mrs.
Jeff Dykes.
Pvt. and Mrs. Dan Hatfield, Jr.,
and daughter Vicke of Portland,
Oregon, AFB are visiting their par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lee, and
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hatfield for a


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1968


ville. Thei homes were at Gaines-
ville and Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Herring of
Jacksonville are the proud parents
of a baby boy, named Gregory De-
vaughn. The baby weighed seven
pounds and six ounces at birth.
Mrs. Herring will be remembered
as the former Patsy Coker.
Receiving Basic Training
Ward Richards, son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. 0. Richards'of Highland
View is receiving his Navy basic
training at the U. S. Naval Center
at San Diego, California. His ad-


30-day leave. They will be stationed dress is: Ward 0. Richards, HSSR
at Tyndall AFB. 531-05-72, Co. 584, USNTC, San Di-
We welcome to our community ego 33, California.
the new pastor of the Highland Baptist WMS
View Baptist Church, Rev. and Mrs. The WMS of the Highland View
Allen Price and sons Paul and Baptist Church met for a mission
Mark. Rev. and Mrs. Price attended study program on Monday, October
the Lakeland Baptist Bible College 20. The president opened the meet-
at Lakeland. Rev. Price came here ing with all singing -the current
from the Baptist Church of Wood-j WMU hymn and repeating the


Carrie Jo Fletcher, phone 9-1984
David Musselwhite, phone 7-58511
Ann Miller, phone 7-3381


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ic Improvement Loans for your home
Loans for replacing home equipment
Loans for buying a new home
Loans for building a new home


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watchword. The prayer chairman
read 1 Thess. 3:7-13 and asked for
prayer for the missionary on hte
praeyr calendar with Mrs. Coker
leading. Announcements were made
by the president. Next Tuesday will
-be circle meeting with circle no.
1 meet with Mrs. Roney and Cir-
cle no. 2 with Mrs. Coker. Mrs. Ro-
ney gave the first two chapters of
"Into A New World", the mission
study book.
Junior G. A.
The Junior G. A. of the Highland
View Baptist Church met Monday
at 4:30. The president called the
meeting to order. The devotional
reading was taken from Psalms
29:1-6. The parts were given out
by *the program chairman for the
next week Jennifer dismissed the
class with prayer.
Norma Sue, Secretary


Junior Class Is

Selling Magazines

The Junior Class is sponsoring
sales of Curtis Publishing Company
magazines. These magazines will be
on sale 'starting November 3 and
will go through November 17.
The Junior Class Is taking this as
one of the means of earning money
without solicitation of money from
the general public.
The money will be spent for the
annual Junior-Senior prom and
alumni dance. The money made by
these sales will be spent in Port
St. Joe. So rather than buying your
magazines through the publisher
or sales teams, which will come
through the city, buy them from
the Junior Class.
Several of the magazines have a
very lucrative discount on subscrip-
tions. For the economical Christ-
mas slhopper they will make an
ideal gift selection.
The following people will be glad
to take your telephone order or
come by your home with a bro-
chure describing the magazines
which the Curtis Publishing Com-
pany offers:
Cindy Carbonneau, phone 7-5081.
Betty Ward, phone 7-3571
Willie Daniell, phone 7-7246
Boggie Kilbourne, phone 9-1521
,Glenda Burke, phone 7-3903.
Ray Lapeyrouse, phone 7-3591
Sandra Deskins, phone 7-2523


Bobby Burkett, phone 9-1193
Mary Kirkland, phone 9-1147
Buddy Ward, phone 9-1191


Long Ave. Circle

Met Last Tuesday

Circle Four of the Long Avenue
Baptist Woman's Missionary So-
ciety met Tuesday evening -in the
home of Mrs. Bobby Bowden, cir-


cle chairman. Officers were elect-
ed as follows: co-chairman, Miss
Alma Baggett; program chairman,
Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey; secretary
and treasurer, Mrs. Billy Barlowe;
mission study chairman, Mrs. Alene
Leggett; children's home chairman,
Mrs. Glenn E. Basham; community
missions, Mrs. A. P. Martin; social
chairman, Mrs. Bert Hall; prayer
chairman, Mrs. J. B. Traweek;
stewardship chairman, Mrs Frank
Barnes; youth chairman, Mrs. Bow-
den.


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Mrs. Ramsey -presented the pro- meeting, refreshments were served
gram, "0 For A Thousand Tongues by the hostess.
To Sing". At the conclusion of the


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around on Homecoming next Friday and Saturday, Oct. 31-Nov. 1, will have a chance to inspect this new $1,250,000 School of Educa-
tion Building. There will be an open house from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Saturday for alumni. FSU for years has been the largest
training center for teachers in the Southeast.


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...... -... E 1 ~handeaut of pink feathers and pearls .- .
ON.... with a circular veil of pink tulle.
'. i She wore pink mitts and matching
-"' slippers and carried a nosegay f .
.-. .* pink carnations and white rose
9 buds surrounded with white angel ..
,.feathers.
V"Serving as the bridegroom's best
man was C. G. Costin, Jr. Grooms-
men were Carl Guilford, and James
R. Guilford, Jr.
After the wedding ceremony a
S:'- reception was held in the Port St.
Joe First Methodist Church. Flow- -
ers were placed at vantage points '.
about .the reception rooms. The
"- bride's table, covered with pink net :
had graceful garlands of smilax.
chains from each corner to the .
midpoint of the table. At each apex U
of the garlands wer three char-
S' treuse uji mums for acent. Two
... three tiered sterling candelabra
containing spiral pink cathedral
''? t candles flanked the beautiful three
~. t, tiered wedding cake, the base of
i 'which consisted of three smaller
cakes. Topping the cake was the
Traditional bride and groom figur-
S e 1 ine standing under a wedding bell.
i '' The punch table was also cover-
SI1 ed with pink net and garlands of
h smilax accented with Fuji mums.
I i A large cut glass punch bowl was
at one end and at the other, a
handsome five tiered silver candel-
abra with pink spiral candles. The TRAWEEK
middle tier was entwined with an
arrangement of pink sweetheart
", roses interspersed with white Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Bernard
sweetheart roses in a cascade ef- Traweek of this city announce
fect that fell gracefully across the the -engagement and approaching
MR. and MRS. BERNARD A. PRIDGEON, Jr. other four tiers. marriage of their daughter, Caro-
White organdy covered the table lyn Lorraine, to Roy Franklin
on which was the bride's book. Hellen of San Leandro, Calif-
Gracing the beautiful book was an llornia.
Sonia Annette Pate, B. A. Pridgeon, Jr. arrangement of white feathered Miss Traweek was graduated
r carnations and green Fuji chrysan- from Port St. Joe High School.
Exchange Wedding Vows October 25 themums in a triangle design plac- She is presently employed by
ed in a large glass brandy snifter. the St. Joe Paper Company and
Inside the glass container was a attending evening classes at Gulf
The First Baptist Church of Port St. Joe was the setting for the miniature bride and groom sur- Coast College in Panama City.
wedding of Miss Sonia Annette Pate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank rounded by small white carnations. Mr. Hellen was graduated from
R. Pate, Sr., and Bernard Adolphus Pridgeon, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. j The piano in the reception hall Freemont High School in Oak-
Bernard A. Pridgeon, Sr., Saturday, October 25, at 3 o'clock in the was decorated with a large fan
afternoon. The Rev. C. Byron Smith was the officiating minister. shaped bouquet of giant pink glad-
The Church was decorated with dice was smooth-fitting and fasten- iolus and pink carnations accented WSG MAets At
a giant sunburst of white gladio- ed with tiny taffeta-covered but- with breath of green and plumo- eVII
uins accented with large white1tons. The skirt was intermission sus fern. During the reception Miss s M d
chrysanthemums in the choir loft. length, with he back, softly gath- Martha Blackwell played soft back- Church monday
Flanking th efan-shaped bouquet ered to the bodice, sweeping into a ground music.
'were three tiers of seven branched graceful chapel train. A large bow IServing the wedding cake after The Wesleyan Service Guild of
candelabra with lighted cathedral and streamers of soft taffeta en- the bride and bridegroom had cut the First Methodist Church met at
tapers. The pews designated for hanced the back of the waistline the first piece were Mrs. Al Smith the Church Monday at 8:00 p.m.
the families of bride and bride- and outlined .the design of the train, and Mrs. Bob Ellzey. Mrs. B. A. with Mrs. John Beasley, spiritual
groom were decorated with shields Her veil was of finger-tip illu- Collier and Mrs. Eldridge Money life chairman, in charge of the pro-
of white gladiolus accented with sion, caught into a flattering brim presided over the punch table and gram. The program followed the
white pom poms and lighted spiral of Chantilly lace, with a sunburst Mrs. Dave Maddox was in charge week of prayer and -self denial.
candles, of tulle highlighted with iridescent of the bride's book. Other hostesses Topic of the program was, "All
-Mrs. John Embry played the wed- sequins and pearls. assisting in caring for the guests Thou Art Is Mine".
ding music and Mrs. James Tank- The bride's biuquet was a colo- were Miss Carolyn Traweek, Mrs. The meeting opened with silent
ersley sang the couples chosen nial cascade of white feathered car- Jack Hammock, Mrs. 0. N. Taylor, prayer followed by prayer by Mrs.
songs "One Alone", "Oh Promise nations intermingled with white Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr., Mrs. G. S. Marion Parker. Mrs. Buck Walters
Me", and "The Lord's Prayer". rose buds, surrounded and accented Croxton and Mrs. Chris Martin read the devotional scripture taken
The bride, given in marriage by by white angel feathers in the cas- For her traveling costume, the from 1 Cor. 1:18-25.
her father, was radiant in a lovely cade effect. bride chose a light blue wool suit In the program, Mrs. Beasley
wedding gown of Chantilly lace ov- The matron of honor, Mrs. Frank with which she wore black acces- gave the first meditation, "Open
er taffeta. The center front of the R. Pate, Jr., was lovely in a rose- series, a white velvet hat and a meitaion,
bodice was shirred and featured pink tissue faille, designed on Em- corsage of white carnations. The Lord My Inward Ear". A short per-
an Italian neckline and the long pire lines, with a full ballerina couple left for a honeymoon in the iod of silent prayer followed. Mrs.
sleeves terminated in calla points length skirt and featuring a Sabri- Smokey Mountains and will be at Joe Stevens gave the second medi-
at the wrist. The back of the bo- na neckline. Her headpiece was a home to friends at 1,621 Monument tion, "The Lesson of Thy Cross".
A.- _...... P. .. Mrs. Tom Thompson gave the third


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Mrs. Pridgeon, Jr., is a graduate
of Evergreen High School in Ever-
green, Ala., and is a member of the
Business and Profesisonal Women's
Clui of Port St. Joe. The bride-
groom received his Bachelor of
Science at Alabama Polytechnic in
Augurn. He is secretary of the
Lions Club of Port St. Joe.
Out of town guests at the wedd-
ing included Mrs. Glen Kilpatrick,
Miss Ealon Pate, Bobby Pate, Lar-
ry Pate, and Mrs Michael Kilpat-,
rick, of Andalusia, Ala.; Mrs. G.
R. Whitehead of Panama City; Mr.
and Mrs. Busey Garrett, and Miss
Gail Kent, of Brewton, Ala.; Mr.


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meditation, "As My Soul Can Bear".
Mrs. Marion Parker presented the
third meditation, "And. All Thou
Art Is Mine".
Those present were Mesdames
Marion Parker, Joe Stevens, Verna
Smith, Frances Glaze, Tom Thomp-
son and John Beasley.
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Visiting In Georgia
Mr. and Mrs. George White are
visiting gMrs. White's sister, Mrs.
C. L. Bruce at Kingsland, Ga.
and Mrs. C. T. Williams, Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene R. Enfinger of Au-
burn, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Davis of
Blackshear, Ga; Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Perry of Orlando, Fla., Mrs. R. W
Davis, Sr., of Altha; Mrs. J. E.
Pridgeon, Mrs. M. G. Brock, Mrs.
T. W Davis, Jr, Mrs Eatelle Davis,
Miss Yvonne Davis and Miss Mat-
tie Jane Davis all of Wewahitchka.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.
poem on "What Friends Mean" was
Recited by Mrs. Pattie Gibson, as
soft music was played by Mrs.
Maybel Swatts at the piano. The


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land, California. He served four
years in the U. S. Coast Guard,
attended Oakland Junior College
for one year and is at present
employed by the St. Joe Paper
Company and is attending eve-
ning classes at Gulf Coast Col-
lege.
The wedding will be an event
of November 27 at Long Avenue
Baptist Church at 6:00 in the
afternoon. No invitations are be-
ing sent in town, but all friends
and relatives are cordially in-
vited to attend.

OES Observes

Friendship Night
At a regular meeting on October
28, Gulf Chapter 191, OES observ-
ed "Friendship Night", with 40
members and guests present. The
Chapter Officers invited friends
from Chapters in Wewahitchka,
Apalachicola and Panama City, as
well as the local chapter, to fill
their stations on the occasion.
A lovely courtesy was presented,
with the officers and their friends
making a friendship chain in a
circle around the altar, held toge-
ther with gold links. A beautiful


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est, in the Agricultural Center
Building, Marianna.-
The program includes a review
of the Forest Service seedling die-
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A. Jorden, Nurseries; Vaughn Mc-
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friends, were presented with gifts
as moments of the occasion.
Afterwards a covered dish sup-
per was enjoyed by all.
ST. JAMES CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rev. G. D. Underhill, Rector
23rd Sunday after Trinity, Nov.
9. 7:30 a.m., Celebration of the Ho-
ly Eucharist. This celebration will
be followed by a breakfast and
meeting for The Ei .-,.... 1i Church-
men. 9:5 a.m., Church School. 11:00
a.m., Morning Prayer and sermon.
7:30 p.m., The Episcopal Young
Churchmen.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us and is assured of
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6,195 Historical Society Discusses Revision
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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WzlSKr R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Laotype Operator, Ad Man, Flo*r Man, Oolumnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR. S.00 SIX MONTHS $1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
IUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
catered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-8161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word Is given vacant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
weVghed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remalne.


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The St. Joseph Historical Society of which she is in the process of
met November 1 in the lounge f compiling. Mrs. Porter also discus-
the State Constitution Museum. sed the approaching Quadri-Centen-


The group voted upon a regular
meeting date, the first Saturday i
each month at 3:00 p.m. in the
lounge of the local museum.
The proposed charter of The St.
Joseph Historical Society was dis-
cussed and revised by our legal
representative and co-member Ce-
cil G. Costin, Jr. The revised char-
ter was voted upon and accepted
by the members present and at an
early date will be presented to the
Circuit Judge for his signature.
Several interesting communica-
tions were read to the group, one
of particular importance from


An aroma of fascination sui-rounds a newspaper, making Ralph E. Wager, President of the
many persons say they'd like to own one. It is a fascination which 'Bay County Historical Society. Mr.
clings to evreyone except newspaper people. They have no Wager extended an invitation to
illusions. Now to own a newspaper, here is what you'll have to te n evening meeting of the
tend an evening meeting of the


do in one normal day:
Explain to Mrs. Smith whi Aunt Sara's 85th birthday party
was not on the front page.
Explain to an advertiser why it is impossible to get him on
page three.
Explain to an ex-subscriber why you had to cut off his
unpaid subscription.
Explain deadlines 500 times a day and why you have to
have them.
Soothe a lady who called her party in too late.
Soothe another lady whose name you misspelled.
Explain why some weeks you've got news running out of
your ears and other weeks the paper reads like a report on Amal-
gamated Steel.
Apologize to an advertiser for an error in his ad and
smile sweetly while he tells you what an idiot you are.
Decipher scribbling that comes in written on check backs,
paper napkins, a corner of junior's arithmetic paper or the back
of a letter from Cousin Frank -- or our favorite -- on the back
of a paper sack.
Pet a balky Linotype that is as nervous as a dish of jello
and put you further behind when you're already behind.
Cope with a folder that is anti-social and wallowing in its
own importance that it can, at this final minute, keep you from
getting a paper circulated and starts acting like a little boy who
wants to go to the bathroom.
Explain to a customer arriving late with copy that if you
get his stuff in, you'll have to leave somebody else out and then"
explain to the one you left out.
Cope with a stack of newsprint that's so full of static you
can't pry it apart with tear gas.
The last run made, you'll feel a sense of relief -- for
about five minutes. Then you start explaining why you did this
or didn't do that and it starts all over again.
The Bartow Herald


NEWS FROM

Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Bowers and
family of DeFuniak Springs were
Sunday visitors of Mrs., Bowers un-
cle, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kelley.
Mr and Mrs. J E Patterson and
daughter visited in Westville over
the week end with Mrs Patterson's
mother, Mrs. Mary Henderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Gross and
children of Panama City were Sun-
day guests of Mrs. Gross' mother
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Can-
nington.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Martin and
boys of 'Vernon 'spent 'Saturday
with' Mr. Martin's uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. Kelley.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Adkins were
caled to Miami Thursday because
of the illness of his grandfather, J.
A. Adkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Watts and
daughter spent the week end in
Jacksonville with their rson and


family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Watts
and son. ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Stone and son
had as their guests over the week
end, Mrs. Stone's sister and family
from Blouhtstown, Mr. and'Mrs. J.
Roberts.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whit-
tington Sunday were their daughter
and family of Panama City, Mr.
and Mrs. D. Dorman and children.
Spending the week end with Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis Griffin were their
children and families, Mrs. Eugene
Suggs and children of Lynn Haven
and son, Pvt. Jimmie Griffin from
Fort Rucker, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hewett
spent the week end in De Funlak
Springs with relatives.
CARNLEY-CANNING+ON
Miss Faye Carnley and B. F. Can-
nington were married Thursday
night, October 3 Oat the Assembly
of God parsonage by the Rev. T. C.
Earnest. After a brief honeymoon
they will make their home at High-
land View on Second St.
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Bay County Historical Society on
November 15. Preparations were
made for a representative group
to attend.
Mrs. Ned S. Porter, President of
the St. Joseph Historical Society
presented a most interesting and
enlightening summary of the
Chronological History of St. Joseph


nial at Pensacola in 1959; and the
possibility of this city participating
in this signifcant celebration.
The five associate members of
the Society were asked to become
regular members. The three assoc-
iate members present at the meet-
ing who accepted this invitation
were State Representative Cecil
G. Costin, Jr., Jesse Stone and
Charles B. Smith. Each was assign-
ed a specific duty for the ensuing
year.


SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY
IlIwI-il w 4. I..


AMWAINEMMOS.EICTUE

ONIONHEAD
B starring
k ANDY GRIFFITH
FELICIA FARR
ERIN O'BRIEN WALTER MATTHAU 4


WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY


C LOR JULIE LONDON

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


M rs. W. 0. Nichols led in pray-
The members present for the
er following the devotional.
meeting were Mrs. Ned S. Porter,


Mrs. Horace Soule, Mrs. R. H. Brin-
son, Mrs. C. L. Costin, State Repre-
sentative Cecil G Costin, Jr., Jesse
Stone and Charles B. Smith.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our healt-
felt thanks for the many kindnesses
both in word and deed during he
death of our loved one, Mrs. Jesse
Simmons.
The family of
Mrs. Jesse Simmons

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Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
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The program topic was, "The
Ransomed Shall Come With Songs".
Taking part on the program were
Mrs. L. W. Cox, Mrs. Jadine Ellis,
Mrs. Emory Stevens, Mrs. J. J.
Clements, Mrs. W I Carden, Mrs


First Baptist

WMU Meets

The WMU of the First Baptist
Church met at the church Monday
for their regular monthly business
meeting and Royal Service program
with Circle No. 2 in charge of the
,program. Mrs. L. W. Cox was the
chairman in charge of the program.
The meeting was opened with all
repeating, "0 For A Thousand
Tongues To Sing".
The devotional for the program
was ,taken from Isaiah 35:10, Reve-
lation 5:9-10 and Revelation 15:
3-4. Mrs. Cox presented the devo-
tional.


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Wesley Ramsey, Mrs. J. 0. Baggett, ent.
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Following the, program a busi- Week End Visitors
ness meeting was held with Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Esco ai
C E. Martin, President, presiding. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. MoKennon we
Good reports were given by each visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Jo]
chairman. Beasiey over the week end.
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THe STAR, Port Ot. Joe, PFa. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1958 NICE TRAILER PARKING SPACE
Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133, Wimico
r. Lodge Apartments and Trailer
ri ACCIEI Af C er ...k bedroom.^ For permanent Wor Park, White City. tfc-7-17


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


CLOSE


Temporary uupuui,. nonauuui
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


OUT


Terri Lee Dolls

Accessories and Clothes


-3 OFF

CASH


Smith's Pharmacy
Phone 7-5111 -236 Reid Avenue


15 HORSEPOWER WIZARD


Outboard Motors
Last 1958 Model In Our Stock

GOING AT A SACRIFICE
'REG. $345.00


Only $268.00


WESTERN AUTO

ASSOCIATE STORE


Port St. Joe, Florida


NAZARENE MISSION
8th St., 3 Blocks East of Elementary School
'Highland View, Florida
'SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 A.M.
PREACHING SERVICE 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Tuesday) 7:30 P.M.
EVERYONE WELCOME TO ATTEND


FOR RENT: See Mrs. Shirey for
apartments and houses, furnished
and unfurnished. Phone 7-8058. tfec
FOR RENT: Furnished. cottages
and apartments. See Otto Ander-
son. tfc-3-27


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: 2 bedroom, unfurnish-
ed apartment. Close in. $38.00 a
month. Inquire 1904 Garrison or
phone 7-8642. ttc-
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
1505 Monument Ave. or Phone
7-5771. tfc-10-23
IFOR RENT: Garage apt. 2 bed-
I rooms, living room, dining room,
Kitchen and bath. Furnished. Four
mi. South of St. Joe on old 98.
Phone 9-1195. tfc-10-30
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. tfc-10-30
FOR RENT: Furnished cottage at
Beacon Hill. Reasonable. See Si-
las R. Stone or phone 7-7161. tfe
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: Room with private n-
itrance and private bath. Gen-
'tleman preferred. Phone 7-3676.
FOR RENT; Five room unfurnish-
.ed house at 301 Woodward Ave.
$35.00 per month. Call Ben Dickens
at BAIl 7-2281. tfc-11-6
FOR RENT: Small furnished apart-
'ment. Apply Mrs. Robert Bel-
lows, 202 8th St., or phone 7-3111.


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 inta:est-
ed in owning your own home,
please contact us.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-7741
FOR SALE: 2 lots on Hunter Cir-
cle. 75x185 each. Call BAll 7-5651
after 5 p.m. 3'tp-10-30
FOR SALE: Three bedrooms, two
lbaths, living room, den and sep-
arate dining room. This spacious
home has oak floors and many oth-
-er desirable features. Can be sold
for only $1,100 down.
Two bedroom home in desirable
neighborhood. Only $500. down.
Both of these homes can be financ-
ed through FHA.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Ph. BA1 7-3491 221 Reid Ave.


O FORD-WARD


...for the


You're looking at the '59 Ford .
Stylesidel And for '59, there's lots '
new besides styling. There's new
strength-from new heavier bumper ..
to husky wrap-around body corners.
New gas savings-with Ford's Short
Stroke Six. New comfort-the smooth-
est ride of any half-ton pickup


...for the


New additions to Ford's '59 line of
371 models-Tilt Cab Tandems, rated .
up to 75,000-lb. GCW! They com- ,
bine advantages of tilt-cab design
with the carrying capacity of tan-
dem axles. Other all-new models: .-
A-wheel drive units at low Ford
prices, available early in 1959.
...for the



Its the '59 Ford Ranchero-new
from longer wheelbase to greater
loadspacel Ranchero gives you the '- ,, ....
luxury and handling ease of a '59 f n
Ford car yet it hauls half-ton-
loadsl New features include a 20%
bigger windshield, increased body
strength, new ride stabiliers.


GO'59 FORD TRUCK


They're here-new Ford trucks for '59.
Here to take you Ford-ward for savings,
Ford-ward for modern style and rugged
dependability!
There are brand-new features: nylon-


reinforced seat fabrics that wear up to
twice as long ... new cab interiors. And
there are the proven gas savings; the
proven longer life of Ford's rugged chas-
sis! Come see the new '59s now!


LESS TO OWN... LESS TO RUN
F Uw. FORD TRUCKS COST LESS ...LAST LONGER,TOO


ST. JOE MOTOR CO.
Port St. Joe, Florida


EXCEPTIONAL HIGH EARNINGS
PART TIME WORK FOR
ADDED INCOME
'Reliable party or persons, male o"I
female, wanted for this area lo
handle the World Famous RCA
television and radio tubes sold,
through our latest modern method
self-service tube testing and mer-
chandising units. Will not interfere
with your present employment. To
qualify you must have: $1,995.00
cash available immediately. Car, 5
spare hours weekly, should net ap
to $500.00 per month in your spare
time. This Company will extend fi-
nancial assistance to full time if
desired. Do not answer unless fully
qualified for time and investment.
Income starts immediately. Busi-
ness is set up for you. Selling, so-
liciting, or experience is not neces-
sary. or personal interview in your
city write: .please include your
phone number. U. S. ELECTRON-
ICS CORP. 6625 Delmar Blvd. Uni-
versity City 5, Mo.
Prompt service. See F. 0. Allen,
RUBBER STAMPS made to order,
Sr. 2tp

Don't Throw Your Old
Shoes Away .
Bring them to us and let us
fix them like new.
RUCKMAN
Shoe Repair
225 REID AVE.
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. ttoa-2
*tADE US that useless article for
amethiL asetnful. STOP and
VWAP.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
FOR FAST, EFFICIENT PLUMB-
ING SERVICE. Call Bill's-Plumb-
ing. Phone 7-7846 or 7-8161. tfc
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
iag money see us for anything
you need In your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
Send The Star to a friend.
0O TO CHURCH SUNDAY




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Over Radio Station

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Prices Good, November 6, 7, 8


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TRIUMPH

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To Be Given Away
December 13


Nothing to buyl-Just regis-
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RED & WHITE STORE.

Fresh Boston


BUTTS 43c

Copeland's Hickory Smoked LB.


Picnics 39c


4 LBS.


Fresh Neck


Bones $1

Heavy Western U. S. Good Sirloin LB.


Steak


Ga. and Ala., Grade 'A' Med.


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EGGS 89c


Sun Spun

OLEO


5 LBS.


Holiday Fashions
ARE ON DISPLAY AT


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'X170'. 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.
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 in
town and at the beaches.
William J. Rish, Reg. Broker
Ruth C. Soule, Reg. Salesman
116 Mon. Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla.
COASTAL REALTY CO.
FOR SALE: Upright piano. Call or
see Foy Scheffer. 3tp-11-6
FOR SALE: Lot at 1009 Woodward
Avnuee. Contact Herman Ard,
Phone 7-8046. 2tp
FOR SALE: 35,000 btu oil heater
and 55 gal. drum. Call 7-5601 or
see at 5.20 4th St. after 7:00 p.m.
WANTED: Saleslady. Experience
preferred. Apply in person at
Western Auto. Itc


IN THeE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery.
HENRIETTA DANIELS COOK
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM DONALD COOK, JR.
Defendant
NOTICE TO: William Donald
Cook, Jr., whose place of residence
is Hartford, Connecticut.
On or before the 4th day of De-
cember, A.D., 1958 the defendant,
William Donald Cook, Jr., is requir-
ed to serve upon Benjamin H. Dick-
ens, Plaintiff's Attorney, whose ad-
dress is 303 Fourth Street, Port St.
Joe, Florida, a copy of and file with
the Clerk of said Court, the original
of an answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed against him herein for
divorce.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 4th day
of November, A.D., 1958.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
,Clerk Circuit Court.
(SEAL) 4t-11-6
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NORTHWEST COAST BAPTIST OFFICERS: Above is the new slate"
of officers elected by the Northwest Coast Baptists last Friday af-
ternoon at the First Baptist Church here in Port .S. Joe. The offi-
cers are, left to right, J. C. Odum, pastor, 'Long Avenue Baptist
,Church in Port St. Joe, cleark-treasurer; Rev. G. B. Irwin, pastor
Springfield Baptist Church, Moderator; Rev. James K. Solomon,
pastor, North Side Baptist Church, Panama City, vice-moderator;
'Rev. Byron Ray, Highland Park' Baptist Church, Member of Assoc-
iated Missions. The association consists of 23 Baptist Churches and
six missions in Bay, Gulf and Franklin Counties. (Star 1pohto)


Port St. Joe
Florida


PHONE
BAII 7-4646


During 1958 they saved approximately 50 billion dollars, they
financed almost 40% of all homes with the help of 6200 Savings
and Loan Associations located in every state in the Union.
If you are interested in thrift, if you want to buy a home, you
*are cordially invited to step through our front door and get ac-
quainted. Do it soon
3/2% per annum on SAVINGS
compounded June 30 and December 31
Available when needed
Savings Accounts in CITIZENS FEDERAL
Insured SAFE to $10,000 by an agency
of the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
If you cannot come in person
MAIL us your check, money order,
or cash, for insured SAFE
SAVINGS ACCOUNT
You will be pleased with our service
-- Savings received by 10th earns from the 1st -

nitizens federal o things
and 0a1n a 0001ai1n of Port St. Joe


7"l- awarded. the contract at a cost of *,Tti E STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
C. Farris Bryant Will Head March $s79.67.
Cj B y n M 'The work will consist of 1,456 -
Of Dimes Campaign In Florida In '59 miles construction of a road, bridge
and dam northeast of Wewahitchka. RADIATORS*
Residents of Gulf and Calhoun *
JACKSONVILLE--C. Farris Bry- there it achieved with the Salk counties, disturbed by the fact that
ant of Ocala, who directed Florida's Vaccine in the fight against para- drought in recent years has dropp- ST RTERS a
successful 1958 March of Dimes lytis polio," ed the)level in the lakes, have been
Campaign, will serve again as the 'O'Connor told Chairman Bryant, awaiting the announcement. REPAIRED C
1959 Drive Chairman, Basil O'Con- "I am sure that under your con- The Dead Lakes, one of the most
nor, National Foundation President tinued leadership the thousands of famous fresh water fishing areas in T
announced this week. Florida volunteers will once again Northwest Florida, annually are vis-
The Chairman is one of Florida's receive the inspiration to organ- ited by anglers from all over the
outstanding citizens, a candidate ize a successful campaign." nation. Phone BAll 7-9291
for Governor in 1956 and likely con- More than 500,000 Floridians
tender in 1960. He is one of the worked as volunteers in the 1958 Besides the $90,000 in state mon- -. -
State's most highly respected au- March of Dimes Campaign. ey, Pridgeon said, the project will .... .
thorities on Florida's Governmen- --- be financed by $30,000 collected
tal funcfons. u n Release from fishing permits and property You Are Cordially Inviti
Bryant's task will involve direc- MOney Released taxes in Calhoun and Gulf counties,
tion of a monthlong Fund Push dur- from a $60,000 loan from the state L A
ing January, 1959, to raise more w0r Start On Dam which will be repaid in six years LOnlg Mve.
than 1,276,000 throughout the State. at 3 per cent interest, and from
Floridians contributed more than -- secondary road monies. REV. J. C.
$840,000 last year in the then con- TALLAHASSEE-The way was 'The project was planned to re- SUNDAY SCHOOL
centrated fight against Polio. The paved last week for the start of vamp the Dead Lakes area and MORNING WORSI
National Foundation has expanded 'construction on a dam across the restore it as a top panhandle tour- BAPTIST TRAININ
its program this year to include vi- south end of the Dead Lakes with ist attraction. ..........


rus diseases, arthritis and birth de-
fects, in addition to the continued
vigorous battle against poliomyeli-
tis.
Tt the National level the Nation-
al Foundation hopes to raise some
$65,000,000 for use in research, pro-
fessional education and patient
care programs. "
Bryant, in accepting gthe job of
March of Dimes State Chairman for
a second year, said "I believe deep-
ly in the magnificent work this or-
ganization has done in the past. I
am convinced the National Founda-
tion has the tools and the exper-
ience to move forward into its new
fields and work the same miracles


the release of $90,000 in state funds.
The state cabinet released the
funds which were provided for in
a "matching appropriation" by the
1957 legislature.
Harland Pridgeon, Gulf County
tax collector, said construction on
the dam will probably begin within
two weeks. Scott Construction Co.,
Inc., Thomasville, Ga., has been






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The lakes have dried out since
the construction of Jim Woodruff
Dam.
After the dam has been complet-
ed, it is expected that a special
$1.25 fishing permit will carry
most of the financing and the pro-
perty tax levy will be dropped.


EVENING WUORSH
PRAYER SERVICE
Corner Long Av


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1958


REPAIRED and RECORD
CLEANED, FLUSHED

nd GENERATORS
and EXCHANGED


HELL SERVICE
223 Monument Ave.


ed To Attend


Baptist Church
ODUM, Pastor
9:45 a.m.
HIP 11:00 a.m.
*G UNION _. 6:15 p.m.
IP 7:30 p.m.
(Wednesday) 7:80 p.m.
enue and 16th Street


VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


Fits Most '49 Thru '56 Fords, Chevrolets, Plymouths


iOP TV-The Dinah Shore Chevy Show-Sunday-NBC-TV and the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom-weekly on ABC-TV.


One look shows you Chevrolet's
all new all over again. And the
longer you look, the more you
find to like. Chevy's Slimline
design, for example, with new
and roomier Body by Fisher,
makes for more comfortable seat-
ing and surrounds you with
vastly increased visibility area.
Chevrolet's remarkable new
Magic-Mirror finish keeps its
shine without waxing or polishing
for up to three years!
And there's new feel, new efficiency
beneath that beauty. Smoother-


than-ever suspensions. Bigger
brakes for safer stops. A new Hi-
Thrift 6 that delivers up to 10%
greater gas economy along with
more liable horsepower at the
speeds you drive most. Every-
thing you want in a car is
wrapped up beautifully in the '59
Chevrolet. It's new right down to
its easier riding, easier rolling
Tyrex cord tires-but strong as
ever in those traditional Chev-
rolet qualities of economy and
dependability. Drive it at your
Chevrolet dealer's now.


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These are the tires with the
precision-bladed tread design,
safety-fortifi-ed cord body and
mileage-proved treads.


See quality chart posted in our
tire department. At Firestone,
price is the true guide to the
quality of our tires.


Fits Most '57-'58 Model Cars
Size 7.50-14 A Blackwall Rayon


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what America wants, America gets in a Chevy!


Every window of every Chevy is Safety Plate Glass.



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FLOYD CHEVROLET Co.
PHONE BAII 7-2221 401 WILLIAMS AVE.


Threshold Mat
Reg. 2099
4.89 &=
Rayon-nylon carpeting
with rublber base. Choice
of gray or beige.


Reg. 9 for
1.69 two
Use 'em in car or home.
Choice of colors.
Top-quality rubbe.,


Wned Cover
Req.
Corduroy keeps wheel cool
in suiSuiKnr. warm in winter.
Choice of colors.


FIRESTONE HOME & AUTO SUPPLY
Phone BAll 7-8881


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) 3:0Q 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


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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1958

Pentecostal Church
Schedules Revival
The First United Pentecostal
Church of Highland View is slated
to begin a revival Sunday night.
November 9. The Rev. David Rob-
inson from Natchitochas, Louisiana
is the Evangelist. Rev. Robinson is
well versed In the scriptures and
is capable of delivering the word
of God. The public is invited to at-
tend these services. Rev. J. J. Hill
is the pastor.
It is also announced that the new
church building which is under con-
struction in the Bayview Heights
section is approximately one third
complete. Plans are at present to
move into the new building about
February 1, 1959.

Star Wants Pictures
Of Local Children
TMonday, November 10 is the big
day for the picture taking of your
youngsters. The Star is having pic-
tures taken of all children who are
brought by their parents or other
guardian to the Motel St. Joe be-
tween 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. ab-
solutely free of charge.
The Star wants a picture of your
child to print in its forthcoming
feature, "Citizens of Tomorrow", a
series of photographic studies of
local children. The more we get the
better the feature will be, so the
cooperation of the mothers and fa-
thers is urged.
It often seems to parents that
children are little one minute and
are grow up the next, so fast does
a child's growing stage pass. Here
is a splendid opportunity to catch
a likeness of your child or children
at the present stage for the pleas-
ure you will get out of it in future
years and for the pleasure you will
enjoy in seeing it in print. You will
want to clip it from this, your home
town newspaper, and preserve it
for the youngster when he or she
grows up.
There is absolutely no charge or
obligation for taking the pictures.
Parents don't even have to be a
subscriber to The Star nor even a
reader. You do not have to pur-
chase pictures either, though you
may obtain additional prints by ar-
ranging direct with the Studio rep-
resentative if you want them. That
tIs entirely up to you!
Appointments may be made by
calling Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey at
7-3161.

Garden Notes
The best authorities for our area
recommend a generous feeding for
camellias in November, as cold wea-
ther has by then transferred the ac-
tivity of the plant to the root sys-
tem where food is then stored for
spring growth.
FIRST BAPTIST CIRCLE
MEETING PLACES NAMED
The First Baptist WMS. circles
will meet on Monday, November 10
as follows:
-Circle 1 with Mrs. W. J. Belin,
at 3:00 p.m.
Circle 2 with Mrs. Roy Irwin at
3:00 p.m.
Circle 3 with Mrs. E. H. Van-
Landingham at 3:00 p.m.
Circle 4 with Mrs. H. F. Ayers
at 3:00 p.m.
The Marion P. Cowherd Circle
will meet with Mrs. Wesley Ramsey
at 8:00 p.m. Monday night.
The Rochelle Jackson Circle
meets with Mrs. Bob MeKiernan
at 8:00 p.m. Monday night.


THE STAR


Phone 7-3161


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New and Used, Trade-ins and Floor Samples


Living Room Values

5-Pc. LIVING ROOM GROUP
Includes sofa bed,
chair, two step tab-
les, one coffee table. 1195
Was 159.50 -------
1 SIMMONS HIDE-A-BED,
Early American, up-
holstered in beauti-
ful cover. Was 1 95
289.95 ------------ I
1 2-Pc. RATTAN SOFA BED
with platform rocker
beautiful green flor-
al cover. 15995
Reg. 199.95 ---- -
I KROEHLER SLEEPER LOUNGE
Upholstered in a
beautiful green ny- 22995
Ion. Was 269.50 -----

1 KROEHLER 2-Pc. SUITE
Brown plaid cover.
Rubber cushions. 'T' 2795
shape. Reg. 319.95 -,
1 2-Pc. SOFA SUITE. Includes
sofa bed that sleeps
2 and club chair. @995
Reg. 139.95 9 ---5
3 SWIVEL ROCKERS
Upholstered, Heavy
construction. Choice of 4995
colors. Reg. 64.50 --

2 EARLY AMERICAN SOFAS
Full size, superior
foam cushions, com-
fort and beauty. 10995
Was 139.95 --.-----.
1 EARLY AMERICAN LOVE
SEAT, upholstered in
beautiful prints, foam
rubber cushions. 8950
Was 109.50 --------- 895


1 SEALEY REDI-BED
beautiful washable
plastic covers, full
size mattress.
Was 249.50


2199'


1 2-Pc. SUITE. Love seat sofa
with club chair, rub-
ber cushions. 1 6995
Was 199.95----


7 PLATFORM ROCKERS
In nylon and
plastic


195


3 OCCASIONAL CHAIRS
Plastic cover, mo-
dern design. 1995
Was 26.00
2 SETS TABLES
Includes 2 step and 1 1995
coffee table '


w3 I 1 4-p1
." cludes
l double
. mirror
1 WA
Double
post,
1 BOX
Made
Was 8
1 UNI
5-drav
ready
Was
1 CHI
hang
drawer
1 USE
32,001
As Is













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EA
25 CC
Single
Sheet
1.95.
10 IRC
Reg. "
1 to c
15 CC
Val. tc
and si
24 TV
Painte
4 to a
13 SO
Cotton
ONLY
11 WI
1.98 \
for on
1 5-Pc
Red p
plastic
1 42"
Metal
lain to
14 9X
RUGS




4


c. BED ROOM SUITE-In-
s bar bed, chest
e dresser and 1 95
r, Reg. 179.50 .. 1
LNUT BED
e Size, Pineapple 2495
Was 32.95 ------- 2
X SPRING & MATTRESS
by Restonic 5995
89.00 5


FINISHED CHEST
wers, Sanded
to paint.
32.95


1995


FFOROBE. Full length
ng space and 5 1795
ers
D OIL HEATER
0 BTU 995


1 COMPLETE BUNK BED
Includes bed, springs,
ladder and guard
rail. Was 59.95 ---
3 SINGLE MATTRESSES
Cotton. In good
shape
SOFA BED SUITE
Only:One. Two Piece.
Plastic


4995

(Used)
495

199S


1 3-pc. BED ROOM SUITE
Includes vanity, bench 1 995
and .chest
1 5-BURNER OIL STOVE
Reconditioned, Cooks 3995
like new


I FRIGIDAIRE WASHER
All porcelain. Small 3995
leak. As is


Register For


FREE


SPEED QUEEN WASHER & DRYER

TO BE GIVEN AWAY
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, AT 4 P.M.

ST PRIZE WASHER SECOND PRIZE DRYER
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EARLY BIRD SPECIALS -
)TTON BLANKETS
a fold double size
blankets. Was 99c
Limit 2


ON BOARD PADS
2.98 value
customer ---
)RD SETS
o 2.19. Extension
hop cords ------
TABLES. Portable.
ed trays, Limit
customer ---
FA PILLOWS
filled


97c


97c


97c

100


EBSTER DICTIONARIES
Value 100
ly


c. DINETTE (Used)
plastic table, 4
: chairs
SINK
cabinet, porce-
p. Was 69.95 -
12 FELT BASE


1995


Dining Room Specials

6-pc. DINING SUITE. Includes
extension table, buf-
fet, 4 chairs, in gol-
den beige. 13900
Was 179.95----------

3 7-Pc. DINETTE SUITES, for-


1rica tops, includes
:.ble and 6 chairs in
tweed plastic. Was
129.50

1 7-Pc. DINETTE (Used)
Table 36x60,
6 Chairs ..---


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Bargains


1 FOAM RUBBER GROUP
Includes box spring,
4V2" rubber mattress
in hotel ticking
Slightly damaged 1 95
Was 159.95
1 4-Pc. BED ROOM SUITE
Blond mahogany
Traditional style in-
cludes bar bed, dou-
ble dresser, mirror
and chest. 2695
Was 319.95 -- 2699
1 4-Pc. OAK BED ROOM SUITE
Double dresser, bar bed
chest and mirror 2O95
Was 289.95 --- 259
1 4-Pc. BED ROOM SUITE, Mo-
dern. Solid wood top and
front. Double dresser, mirror,
bar bed, chest 1 95
Was 159.95 ----
2 INNERSPRING MATTRESSES
Deep coil springs, layer of
heavy felt. Matching box
s- v.5I0able
Was 39.50 24"


I Y: ciTY PINE CHEST
4 drawer, divided
top drawer
Was 39.95


2795


3 5-DRAWV:R CHESTS
Solid wood, 1 maple, 1 blonde


and 1

I UNFIAISHED CHEST
5 Dratters
Was 29.95


2995


2295


1 J.,r- IHGI.NY NITE STAND
Solid magnolia 295
Was 17.95


1 BLOND NITE STAND
Damaged (as is)
Was 17.95 ...----


1 BED ROOM
Unfinished
Was 24.95


8950



49"


2 5-Pc. CHROME DINETTES
Includes 4 chairs and.
extension table. 4950
Was 59.95 45
1 8-Pc. DINING SUITE
Mahogany in tan bark finish.
Dual extension table
china, 6 chairs, 29995
Was 359.95 -----.---- -


9v' 1 MAHOGANY BUFFETT
Thomasville. 6 drawer
495 2 compartments. 8995
Was 139.95


Ca?


BUDGET TERMS
Can Be Used On Sale
NO OUTSIDE FINANCING
FREE DELIVERY


995


DESK CHEST
1995


APPLIANCES
SLIGHTLY USED and
DEMONSTRATORS

AUTOMATIC WASHER
Speed Queen with bleach and
softener dispenser.. New
guarantee 239"0
Was 329.95 ----
LAUNDROMAT WASHER
Westinghouse with new guar-
antee. Like new 95
Was 249.95 -- 1
WASH-N-DRY LAUNDROMAT
Washes and dries automatic-
ally new guaran- 3499
tee. Was 549.95 39
1 40" ELECTRIC RANGE
Westinghouse. New
guarantee. 1 Q95
Was 2:.95 ..-------- 1


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