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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: December 4, 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"
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TWENTY-SECOND YEAR


rORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


T DECEMBER.OI~t1 y 4',1 958


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WE$(-.EY R. RAMSEY

Jimmie Greer assures us that we
may now appreciate the finer things
in life, since we have partaken, of
his favorite dish; outside of Stan-
dard cup grease, that is.
Jimmie, who has a passel of kin-
folks in Georgia, and. where they
even eat 'coon, has extolled the
virtues of his favorite food on' us
for as long as we both could stand
it. ,Last Friday night he took ad-
vantage of an opportunity to over-
eat on this his favorite food, and
roped us in on the dubious honor
of joining him in this repast.
What was the dish?
Hog guts!
Referred to, in more polite socie-
ty as chitterlings.
People like Jimmy, Buck Griffin,
Tiny Jones, Walter Graham, "Mat
Dillon" McCalvin, and such as that
sat down to 0. C. Dykes table up
in his Seafarer Restaurant Friday
and ate those things like we would
chocolate cake. Also eaters were
J. D. Clark, Jack Hammock, Wayne
Buttram, and Tnavis Aplin also put
away the hog guts, but they didn't
want their names mentioned. So
we won't -mention them. .
The king eater of the crowd was
the host himself, 0. C. Dykes. If he
eats that way all the time, I'm
sure glad I don't have to feed him.
Now, how Were those 'chitter-
lings? We are happy to report that
if the wind is blowing away from
you, they taste pretty good.

We read in the paper the other
day where the world thinks that
Russia has an atomic- powered
airplane. Now isn't that nice. Ac-
cording to a statement from Rus-
sia when they were leading in bal-
listic missiles, the airplane is now
obsolete. So what good will it do
them?

'Please let this week's issue of
The Star lie around the house for
a few days bef- A -you use it to
line the kitchen shelves with. We
put an awful lot (f work into it.

Have yoeagot the Christmas spir-
it yet? We have. And we're letting
it build up so we can substitute
some of the spirit for the need
for money.

We think you are going to like
the new h0ur for having Santa
Claus visit in Port St. Joe this
year. In years past, the old gentle-
man has made his call in the after-
noon and many parents just
couldn't get to the affair with their
children. This year's visit is being
designed so that the -entire family
can attend together and take their
time enjoying talking to Santa
Claus and seeing the sights and
floats.
It will really be a big produc-
tion this year and hope you will be
out this evening to enjoy the vee-
ning with your family.
-K

Work Started On

Dead Lakes Dam

From The Gulf County Breeze
Construction of a road, bridge,
and spillway across the south end
of the Dead Lakes in Gulf County
was scheduled to begin by Nov. 20,
the State Road Department'.an-
nounced Thursday, Nov. 13.
Road Board Chairman Joe Grot-
egut said the work on this $397,-
409 project will include 1.305 miles
of unsurfaced road, an 800-foot
concrete bridge and an 840-foot
spillway.
The road will be an extension
of State Road 22 on the northeast
side of Wewahitchka. A later pro-
ject will extend the road another
two miles to Kentucky Landing on
the Apalachicola River.
The low-level bridge and spill-
way will cross the Chipola River
approximately 2,000 feet north of
the confluence of the Chipola Cut-
off and the Chlpola River.
Grotegut said the spillway is be-
in gbuilt to hold water to a six-
tootfplus level and to restore the
lakes to their former level, the
better to preserve the excellent
fishing in the area.
The road and bridge will. open
u.p some 7,500 acres of tinimber and
hunting land for development on
the east side of the Chipola River.
Scott Construction Co, of Thom-
asville has the contract and 300
working days will be allowed


BIG THREE-DAY SALE STARTS TODAY



Santa Claus Schedules Visit



To St. Joe Today At 6:15


'Twas 21 days before Christmas,
And all through the town,
Every kiddie was 'making plans for his mom
i and dad to bring him downtown tonight to talk
personally with old Santa Claus.
- Because, whether you knew it or not -
every kid in town knows that Santa Claus will be
in Port St. Joe tonight at 6:15 to talk personally
with every ehild who will come to see him.
We have it on the personal word of Santa
Claus that he will cancel all appointments turn
off the "Western Roundup" on TV and make it
to Port St. Joe in his big red sleigh for a personal
visit.
Santa Will Drive His Sleigh
Even though Port St. Joe doesn't have snow
(not even the Tampa kind) he will attempt to
run his big sleigh on the paved streets of Port
St. Joe tonight so that he will ride right in the
style to which he i's most accustomed.
Santa Claus will be surrounded at 6:15 by a
big parade consisting of 47 floats and decorated
cars and will parade through town. Santa will
meet the parade in front of the City Hall and
will parade up Reid Avenue and down Highway
98 -to the City Park across from the Motel St.
Joe where he will set up his stool to talk to all
the kids. In the parade, a bevy. of clowns will
entertain along the parade route and pass out
favors to all the kids both during and after the
big parade. The Port St. Joe High School Band
will lead the big procession through its journey.
Santa Claus will make it to the colored sec-
tion of town around 3:30 in the afternoon today
where he will parade there .andwill pass out fa-
vors at the ball park.
Beginning today, the Merchant's Division
of the Chamber of Commerce, sponsors of San-
ta Claus' visit here will begin a three day "Glad
Tidings Sale" to officially open the Christmas
shopping season in Port St. Joe.. Be sure to see
the special 12 page section in this week's issue
of The Star for the many bargains offered.


Christmas Seal Sale


Has Taken In $177;



Goal Is Set At $1,200


Collections Are Above
This Time Last Year


Junior Class To


President Lawrence Bissett of Present 3-Act


the Gulf County TB and Health
Association this week reported that
the sale of Christmas 'Seals in
Gulf County during the first two
weeks of the traditional campaign
has brought in a total of $177.00.
In making this report, President
Bissett says that "though we are
far from our goal of $1,200, this is
still some 20% ahead of last year's
contributions at this time."
He said, "I wonder if people
know where this money goes? I
wonder if they know that last year
Gulf County contributed $500.00 to
a team of physicians engaged in an
important research project. Re-
search will someday lick TB, and
you, through your purchase of
Christmas Seals, are sharing in
this work just as actively as those
doctors holding up test tubes in a
lab."
"Besides participating in a finan-
cial way", Bissett further stated,
"your own local Gulf County organi-
zation has recently been able to ob-
tain agreement from the county
that they will carry indigent pa-
tients for 60 days after their dis-
charge from the TB hospitals. This
rehabilitation program is one that
has never been given much publici-
ty, but is, nevertheless, a real prob-
lem."
"Further", he said, "we as an or-
ganization dedicated to the stamp-
ing out of TB are lending our full
support and backing to the local'
Health Department in their pro-
gram to have all food handlers in
the county take thorough .physical
examinations designed to detect TB
in thosewho handle food in public
places." '
"So you see", Bissett concluded,
"Your dollars stay busy when you
send them in to pay for Christmas
Seals. TB can he licked. Help us
and have a share in the victory.
Buy and use your Christmas Seals."

Guests From Jessup, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Carol Warner and
daughter Louise of Jessup, Ga.,
were the guests one day last week
of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Voss.


Christmas Lights 'Will Go On
The occasion of Santa's visit to Port St. Joe
tonight will be the signal for the City of Port St.
Joe to turn on its Christmas lights and don its
holiday colors. City workmen have been busy all
week erecting the lights to make Santa's visit
a bright one.
The only thing that hasn't been pre-arranged
is the weather man's blessings.
Floats and decorated cars in the parade will
be sponsored by the following organizations and
businesses.
Eligible For Prizes
St. Joe Historical Society, float; Business and
Professional Women's Club, car; St. Joe Volun-
teer Fire Department, float; Stone's Shop for
Men, car; High School P.-T. A., float; Hallmark's
Department Store, car; Elementary P.-T. A.,
float; Christo's 5 and 10, car; St. Joe Lion's Club,
float; Thames Jewelers, car; St. Joe Kiwanis
Club, float; Buzzett's Drug Store, car; Troop 47,
Boy Scouts of America, float; Western Auto, car;
Highland View P.-T. A., float; Orchidland Flor-
ists, car; Brownie Scout Troop, float; Cooper's
Barber Shop, car and Municipal Hospital, float.
(Only floats will compete for the big cash prizes).
Entries Not Eligible for Prizes
Campbell's Drug Store, car; Piggly Wiggly
Super Market, float; Quality Grocery, car; Smith's
Radio and TV, float; Floyd Chevrolet Co., car;
St. Joe Furniture and Appliance Co., float; Pate's
Shell Service, car; Modern Furniture Company,
float; St. Joe Tire and Recapping Co., car; Ham-
mock's Barber "Shop, float; Woolford's Service
Station, car; IGA Foodliner, float; Greer's Stan-
dard Station, car; Danley Furniture Co., float;
Kennedy Electric Company, car; St. Joe Hard-
ware Company, car; Roche Appliance Company,
car; Wimberly Pontiac Company, car; Fuller's
Supply Company, car; St. Joe Paper Company,
float; C. F. Marlow, car; Ronnie Young, car; St.
Joe Motor Co., car; West Florida Gas Co., car, and
Santa Claus on his sleigh.


Funeral Services

Are Held. For

Carl M. Stevens

Funeral services for Carl Marion
Stevens, 59, were conducted Novem-
ber 21 at 2:00 p.m. from the High-
land View Methodist Church, with
Rev. C. M. Parker officiating, as-
sisted by Rev. J. J. Hill and Rev. C.
A. Lundy. Mrs. C. R. Lamberson,
Mrs. A. B. Pratt, C. R. Lamberson,
and Joel Strait sang, "Beyond The
Sunset" and "In The Garden", ac-
companied by Mrs. -Selma Lamber-
son.
Active, pallbearers were: Al
Smith, Pope Fendley, Cecil Costin,
Jr., Theodore Bishop, Alfred Joines
and Henry Sewell. Honorary pall-
bearers were Charlie Gill, Dick
Lamberson, Walter Stafford, E. J.
Rich, Henry Ayers, W. C. Fore-
hand, H. V. Forehand, George Ad-
kins, W. H. Weeks, Chauncey Cos-
tin, A. B. Pratt, Cecil Costin, Sr.,
James McDougald, Jesse Fintika-
kes, W. C. Roche, C. 0. Steed, Joe
Pippin, Gordon Adams, Woodrow
Blackman, Marvin Pitts, Willough-
by Peddle, Joe Brooks, Lloyd Ta-
tum, David Tipton and Eugene At-
kins.
Interment was in Holly Hill Cem-
etery with Comforter Funeral Home
of Port St. Joe in charge of arrange-
ments.
Mr. Stevens had been an em-
ployee of the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany for more than 18 years and a
member of the Highland View Me-
thodist Church. He was a native of
Iowa. Mr. Stevens had been ill for
a .brief period and had been in the
Municipal Hospital. He -had flown
to Houston, Texas for heart sur-
gery at the Methodist Hospital,
where he was a patient at the time
of his death.
.Stevens is survived by his wife,
Laura Jean; two sons, Jimmie and
Tommie; two sisters, Mrs. Jennie
Leggate, Billings, Montana and
Mrs. Frank Kissler, Powell Butte,
Oregon; five brothers, Vernon of
Jameston, 'North Dakota; Earl of
Newburg, Oregon; Harry, Billings,
Montant; Jay of Laurel, Montana
and Raymond of Baker, Montana.
'Out of town relatives attending
the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. John
B. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Christ-
mas'; Clayton P. Taylor, Sr., Mrs.
Phillip Thielen and son, Phillip, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. iBowen, Mrs.
Mannie Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Frazier and Mr. and Mrs. William
Davis.

Bead The Star to a friend


Comedy Tomorrow

The Junior Class of the Port St.
Joe High School, under the super-
vision of Howard Blick, Mrs. Floye
Howard and Dave Nicholson has
selected "Aunt Cathie's Cat", a
three act mystery comedy as a ve-
hicle for their acting talents this
year.
The play will take place Decem-
ber 5 at 8:00 p.m. in the High
School Auditorium.
The play consists of 14 charac-
ters.
Bill Pryor, Norman Buchert
Miss Jane Trimble, Connie Cha-
son.
Miss Cathie Trimble, Ray Lapey-
rouse.
Peggy Trimble, Betty Ward.
Dorothy Trimble, Diane Lay.
Marie Garcia, Cindy Carbonneau
'Jose Garcia, Willie Daniell
Gas Man, Terry Porter
Officer, Steve Whealton
David Brent, David Musselwhite
Liz Pryor, Barbara Eells.
Tilly Pitts, Betty Butts
Miss Walker, Glynda Burke
Corpse, Higdon Swatts.
Master of Ceremonies, Glenn Al-
ligood.
Business managers, Norma Hobbs
and Carrie Jo Fletcher.

HIGH SCHOOL PTA
WILL MEET TONIGHT
High School PTA president, Mrs.
B. L. Hampton announced this
week that the last meeting of 1958
of the High School PTA will be
held tonight at 8:00 p.m. The
meeting will be' held in the High
School Auditorium.
The PTA is also sponhoring a
float in the Santa Claus parade to-
night.

Guests of 'Ferrells
Mr. and Mrs. -J. M. Sunday of
Chattahoochee, their son Frank
and family also of Chattahoochee
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Ferrell Sunday.


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Are New C of C Directors


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THETO RHO MEMBERS:' Pictured above are the young ladies mak-
ing up the new Theto Rho chapter here in Port St. Joe. They are
Polly Smith, Judy Sims, Lyla Dockery, Katrina Farris, Margie Hall,
Pat McCormick, Jennie Coker, Shirley Wood, Linda Burge, Gale
Weeks, Joyce .Davis, Jo Ann Coker, Boggle Kilbourn, Glenda Burke
and Dianne Bishop. (- photo)


Rebekah Lodge Innaugurates

Theto Rho Chapter for Girls


Fifteen members were initiated
and signed the member register as
Charter Members of Theto' Rho
Club No. 10 at the institution of
the club Saturday evening, Novem-
ber 22.
The organizational meeting and
the beautiful, colorful installation
services that followed were attend-
ed by the joint youth committee of
the jurisdiction of Florida: Mem-
bers of the Lynn Haven Theto Rho
Club, members of the Fort Pierce
Club, Barbata Volk of Fort Pierce,
President of Theto Rho Girls Clubs
of the jurisdiction of Florida; Mrs.
Glady Carpenter of Lakeland, Pres-
ident of the Rebekah Assembly of
Florida; John Cole, chairman of the
joint youth committee of Florida
and two of his committee, Mrs.
Ruth Gray Secretary, from Stuart
and Mrs. Margaret Land of Lynn
Haven; Mrs. Flora Long, district
deputy president of District No. 2,
.who were all introduced.
Following the initiation, institu-
tion ard installation of the reem-
bers and officers, Melody Rebekah
Lodge No. 22 complimented the
new club members and their guests
with a delicious chicken dinner.
About 75 people lingered to enjoy
the fellowship hour that followed.
-K -

Student Council Will
Give Away 2 Turkeys

The Student Council is planning
to give away two turkeys for Christ-
mas this year.
The Council of the Port St. Joe
High School has made plans to oc-
cupy booths at several places in
town from now to Christmas to
allow local residents to become
eligible to receive these turkeys.
The birds will be given away,
one on Saturday, December 17 and
the other Monday, December 19.
Be on the look out for their
booths and inquire as to how you
can receive one of these free tur-
keys.


Apalachicola Will
Get Weather Station

'Crestview, Florida (SPECIAL)
-Congressman Bob Sikes has re-
ceived notice from F. W. Reichel-
derfer.-Chief of the United States
Weather Bureau, that the Weather
Bureau plans for expanding a net-
work of high power, long range
weather radar including the estab-


Conklin's Wetappo

Creek Home Burns

The Wetappo Creek home of B.
B. Conklin was destroyed by a fire
of unknown .origin Monday about
10:00 a.m.
The fire was discovered by Mrs.
Betty Jeffcoat, who called the Flor-
ida Forestry Service.'The Forestry
Service dispatched Rangers J. M.
Strength and John Redmon from
the Wetappo "Creek station, but
the housewas already virtually des-
troyed.
Nobody war at the house when
the fire started. Conklin, who has
owned the place for a number of
year:,, Li t!. lI'. -,--i Hl ie T w- ek iend
at h, "idinll, \ :. Ehd Anilex".

Sencd Tlihe. STAP To A Friend


Reports Show Progress
In Port St. Joe For
The Past Year

Three new directors were elected
in Monday night's meeting of the
Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce.
The new -directors elected are H.
C. Brown, Marty Begley and George
Wimberly, Jr. They replace out-
going directors, Harry Saunders, J.
Lamar Miller and Henry Campbell.
The new board of directors will
meet in January and pick a new
slate of officers for the Chamber.
Only 33 members turned out for
Monday's meeting to hear the end
of the year reports by the commit-
tee chairmen. This was by far the
smallest crowd ever recorded at a
Chamber meeting which usually
has around 100 in attendance.
The annual reports by committee
chairmen showed a definite step
forward by Port St. Joe during the
past year, despite nation-wide re-
cession.
Some of the most important im-
provements for the city during the
past year were the approval of
funds for deepening the channel in
St. Joseph Bay to 35 feet; the com-
ing of the Michigan Chemical Com-
pany, which is now under .construc-
tion; coming of the Chawford-
Hutchins Company and work at
Cape San bias. President George G.
Tapper'reported that in January,
'three additional contracts will be
let at Cape San Blas. He reported
that seven prime contractors are
now at work at the Cape.
In civic improvements, chairman
Mickey Stone reported that the
City of Port .St. Joe is now in the
process of installing sewer and wa-
ter lines oq BtUar-y and Westcott
Circles. At the present time there
are 26 new homes under construc-
tion on the two streets.
In his closing remarks president
Tapper said hbe was impressed.a
committee reports. "It look .'ie
nothing but progress for Port St..-'
Joe", he commented.


Sharks Open Cage




Season Tuesday


Travel To Chattahoochee
For Opener

Port St. Joe's basketball Sharks
are now in the process of getting
ready for their first -game of the
season Tuesday, when they journey
to Chattahoochee.
The Sharks have five returning
lettermen from last year's squad:
David Musselwhite, Jackie Mitchell,
Ed Smith, James Knight and Bill
Chism. They will sorely miss grad-
uated stars of last year: Terry Hi-
note, All Northwest Florida Confer-
ence and All Big Bend, Wayne Tay-
lor, All State, 1957 and All North-
west Florida Conference, Frank
Fletcher and Abe Miller.
Junior varsity players promoted
to varsity status as of now are:
Steve Lucas, John Presnell, Tony
Barbee, Jimmy Dawson, Bobb
Munn and Glen Alligood.
Boys working with the Junior
varsity are: David Rich, Preston
Ramsey, Don Gardner, Albert Ray,
Lindsey Thursbay, Bo Williams,
David Harvey, Jerry Hayes, Bob-
by Bell, Howard Lovett, Gene Cox,


lishment of a radar weather station Jimmy Wilder, Johnny Ray, Fred-
at Apalachicola sometime next die Bowdoin, Larry Davis, Sonny
year. The exact time is dependent Eells and Donnie Young.
upon the availability of equipment Some of these boys will play with
and trained personnel. When the the Junior High team when they
station is established it will pro- start practice next Monday. Thirty
vide more effective severe storm candidates are expected to report
warning service for that general to Coach Jim Gunter.


area.
Congressman Sikes expressed
gratification over the Bureau's ac-
tion in this connection.
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THETO RHO CHAPTER
ATTENDS LYNN HAVEN MEET
The Theto Rho Girl's Club of
Port St. Joe attended a meeting of
the Lynn Haven club Tuesday night.


Head coach, Marion Craig. says:
"This squad has many handicaps
to overcome. They realize this and
are putting forth every effort to
have a good team. We should be
able to play a decent brand of bas-
ketball after a few weeks of work.
Our early y opponents will all have
quite an advantage over us due to
our late start."


SEASON'S SCHEDULE
December 9, Chattahoochee, there
December 12, Chipley, there
December 13, Altha, here
Dceember 16, Altha, there
December 19, Bay High, 'here
January 9, Sneads, here
January 10, Quincy, here
January 13, Apalachicola, here
January 16, Malone, here
January 20, Chattahoochee, here
January 23, Marianna, there
January 24, Chipley, here
January 27, Apalachicola, there
January 30, Sneads, there
January 31, Vernon, here.
February 4-7, NWFC Tourney
February 10, Wewahitchka, here
February 13, Quincy, three
February 14, Malone, there
February 17, Bay High, there
February 20, Marianna, here
February 21, Vernon, there
February 24, Wewahitchka, there
March 4-7, Group II, Class B
Tournament.


Panama City Invites

Floats To Be In Parade

The Panama City Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce this week in-
vited any of the floats partici-
pating in Port St. Joe's Santa
Claus parade that wished to, to
enter Panama City's parade on
Friday night.
Panama City is also offerlnw
big cash prizes for their float
winners.

CUB PACK WILL MEET
DEC. 11 FOR XMAS PARTY
Port St. Joe's Cub Scout Pack
will meet next Thursday, Decem-
ber 11 for their December meeting.
An added feature of the meeting
will be a Christmas party for all
the Cubs.
The meeting will be held at the
Port St. Joe Elementary School at
"7:30 p.m.


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NO. 303 CAN

lOc
NO. 300 CAN

lOc
10 LBS.

89c


10 LBS.


29c
* LBS.
25c
BUNCH
25c
Le
lOc

lOc


Northern Waxtex, 100' ....... 23c
Quart Jar
Parson Sudsey Ammonia .---.. 29c
COMO TISSUE 4 roll 29c
Large Box
Trend Soap Powder --...--.. 2 for 39c
Reg. Size
TREND LIQUID 2 for 59c
25 Foot Roll
Reynold Aluminum Foil ........ 33c
School Dayg
PEANUT BUTTER ....-- 12 oz. 39c
TETLEY TEA /4 lb. 39c
TETLEY TEA BAGS .....-- 16 ct. 25c-


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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 195


-THE STAR

PublishId Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, FlorIda
By The Star Publishing Company
WERSuL R. AMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Liotype Operator. Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, SIX MONTHS $1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
latered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida. under Act of March 8, 1879.
DIAL BAIl 7-8161
TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or omissions In advertisements, the publishers
do set hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


MISSES COATS and SUITS
Reg. $49.95


4t NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BULKY KNIT SWEATERS
f Reg. $10.95
BEGINNER'S BRAS
I Reg. $1.50 each

- CORDUROY SKIRTS FOR TEENS
Reg. $4.45
NYLON SLIPS FOR LADIES
f-t -Reg. $5.95

THE BUNGALOW SHOP HAS MANY OTHER ITEMS
* DURING DOLLAR DAYS


$$ $$ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $


THE 8TAR, Part St. Joe, Fla.


James B. Stone. father of T. H.
Stone was a member of the well
known Stone family of Marianna
and Jackson County, the family
having settled in that county dur-
ing the "Territorial Days" of Flor-
ida. James B. Stone in his youth
resided in old St. Joseph. He serv-
ed Calhoun County as a member of
the State Legislature in the ses-
sions of 1868 and 1877. He was the
father of nine children and died


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IT'S DOLLAR DAYS AT


$ $
*w-


$29.95


$7.95


2 for $1.98

$3.45

$4.95


ON SPECIAL



$ $ $$ $ $


58 STONE IS FIRST SETTLER OF CITY OF PORT ST. JOE



T. H. Stone Instru

Terrill Higdon (Hig) Stone. son at an advanced age.
of James B. and Jincy Stone was In 1881, T. H. Stone's fa
born September 19, 1868 at Shiloh
cated on a creek about fo
Community in Calhoun County, h of the present w
Florida. ...


He erected a saw mill and a grist
mill on this property. The creek to
this day retains the name "Stone
Mill Creek". As a lad, T. H. Stone
labored with his father and bro-
thers in the saw mill and in the
timber woods felling and hauling
logs. T. H. Stone attended the mea-
gre schools of the community and
meagre they were at that early
date. The majority of his education


.counting and bookkeeping.
In 1891 Mr. Stone went in busi-
ness for himself in the form of a
general mercantile concern located
at Magnolia Landing on the Chipola
River about four miles south of
Wewahitchka. In addition to his
mercantile pursuits he was engag-
ed as U. S. mail carrier. The steam
boats put the mail off at his store
and it was carired by Mr. Stone on
horse back to the post office at
Wewahitchka. Mr. Stone remained
in business here for a period of
13 years.


was secured in his home from the T. H. Stone and Miss Anne Wynn
tutoring of his parents. T. H. Stone were united in marriage at Iola,
seeking to further his education la- May 2, 1904. The latter was a na-
bored for two full years in the haul- tive of Georgia who was spending
ing of timber after he had attained some itme with an aunt who was a
the age of 21 saving every penny he resident of Iola. At the time of Mr.
could. He was enrolled in a busi- Stones' death this happy marriage
ness college in Columbus, Georgia had lasted for 54 years.
and after three months of diligent In the latter part of 1904 he en-
study was awarded a diploma in ac- tered into the naval stores busi-


Nell's Bea'tyl Shop


OPEN AGAIN FOR BUSINESS


Mrs. Nell Retherford is back in town and has re-
opened her Beauty Shop at 528 Sixth Street.


OPEN TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY



Nell's Beauty Shop

Phone 7-7616 for Appointment


e 07


SOLVED: STANDING ON YOUR EAR TO SEE TRAFFIC LIGHTS.
New windshield curves up into the roof, lets
you see high traffic lights. New windshield
wipers clear 42% larger areaincluding middle.


SOLVEb: JACKKNIFE RIDE FOR "MAN IN THE MIDDLE."
The hump in the floor has been whittled
- way down in the new Mercury to provide
more foot room.


SOLVED: LOOK-ALIKE STYUNG. Mercury is the
only car in its field that doesn't share its
styling with any other car-doesn't use a
-dressed-up body of a lower priced car.


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SOLVED: WHACKING YOUR KNEES GETTING IN OR OUT.
Mercury's front doors are wider than those in
the costliest cars. And the windshield post
has been moved forward, out of the way.


SOLVED: POOR GAS MILEAGE. All of Mercury's
new Marauder engines (up to 345 hp) are
amazingly efficient. And for top mileage and
savings, Mercury offers a brand-new Monterey
series that uses regular gas, not premium.


ness. He was the owner of a vast
tract of land centered around the -
site of old St. Joseph. Mr. Stone ...'-. S
and wife moved to the wilderness'
of what is now Port St. Joe. Hle .- :
erected the first home here and
was the first permanent resident. '-
He also .erected a turpentine still '
and was in the naval stores busi- ---
ness for many years. As the com- Congressman Bob Sikes has an-
munity thrived a post office was nounced that the competitive ex-
secured and Mr. Stone was first aminaLion for entrance to the U.
post master. The community being S. Coast Guard Academy will be
located near the site of old St. held nationwideon February 24 and
Joseph it was known as St. Joseph 25. These examinations will be giv-
until 1910 when the name was for- en in 118 cities.
mally changed by an act of the Congressman Sikes emphasized
Legislature to Port S't. Joe to dis- the opportunity, offered young
tinguish it from the old city. men who choose this four-year
When in 1913 the village was course which leads to a commission
chartered we find Mr. Ston.e as as a career officer in America's


first mayor, an office he served for oldest sea-going service and a
many years always exerting his in- Bachelor of Science degree.
fluence and efforts to promote the "There are no appointments or
city. In addition to this office he geographical quotas for entrance
was also a member of the Board to the Coast Guard Academy," he
of County Commissioners of Cal- said. "I urge all qualified young
houn County, serving ghis first term nmen who are interested in a
in 1918. worthwhile profession to write for
Considering the roads of this per- details and -applications as soon
iod and the modes of travel, the as possible to Coast Guard Head-
task was great to journey 51 miles quarters in Washington, D. C. Ap-
to Blountstown to the county seat plications must be postmarked on
to tend to the business of the or before January 15."
county. During this time Mr. Stone A candidate for the next ex-
began to be the outstanding spokes- amination for the Coast Guard Aca-
man for the division of the large demy must be single, must have
county. reached his seventeenth but not
The majority of the population his twenty-second birthday by Ju-
was located in the North end of ly 1, 1959 and must be in excellent


the county and the people of that
vicinity were bitterly opposed to
county division. Mr. Stone labored
for seven long years for county di-
vision and was defeated more than
once for the State Legislature on
the division ticket. Finally in 1925
the new county of Gulf was created
largely through the efforts of Mr.
Stone. T. H. Stone was one of the
first Commissioners of the new
county and served Gulf County in
the State Legislature in th'e session
of 1933-1935.
Mr. Stone and Mrs. Stone were
charter members of the Methodist
Church of Port St. Joe and Mr.
Stone was one of the chief bene-
factors of the old and the present
new church.
In 1937 Mr. Stone retired from
active business but maintained var-
ious rental property. Mr. Stone liv-

ed to be 90 years old, a credit to
his community and was universally
esteemed throughout the county
and adjacent counties. He lived his
whole life within 50 miles of his
birthplace. He was the last mem-
ber of his immediate family, truly
a pioneer and the symbol of a
"vanishing era".
The older residents of the city
of Port St. Joe will not soon forget
his memory of the familiar scene
of seeing him laboring the garden
he so love dto till with the aid of
no one an with the crude imple-
ments of only the hoe and hand
plow.
The Members of the St. Joseph
Historical Society

Spend Holiday Here
Spending the holiday here in
Port St. Joe with their father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Daniell,
were Mrs. Gladys McCoy and Mr.
and Mrs. John Daniell of Jackson-
ville; Mr. and Mrs. James Daniell,
Billie, Jimmie and Gene Porter of
Winchester, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Shiver and family of Tyndall
Field; Mr. and Mrs. L. White, also
of Tyndall Field.

STAR Want Ads Get Results


physical condition.
A high school diploma is the
minimum educational requirement,
.i,.-.'i high school seniors asusr-
ed of being graduated by June 30
are eligible to take the examination
if they will have at least 15 credits
by that time. All applicants must
have three units of English, two of
Algebra, and one in Plane Geome-
try by graduation.

DEESE-HEATH
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deese an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Betty to Raymond
Heath, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Heath of Crestview.
Wedding plans will be announ-
ced later.

Do corns bother you? One woman
applied a strip of cellophane tape
around her corn and" reported that
it disappeared-in time.

Lose weight safely with newly
Released Dex-A-Diet Tablets.
Only 98c at your Drug Store.


ARE YOU INTERESTED
IN YOUR FUTURE?
SERVICE ROUTE
of
CIGARETTE MACHINES
Men or Women
Full or Part Time
ROUTE ESTABLISHED
No selling or soliciting
INCOME STARTS
IMMEDIATELY
$1095.00 to $2190.00 CASH
REQUIRED
Please don't waste our time
unless you have the necessary
capital and are sincerely in-
terested in expanding We
finance expansion if fully
qualified and able to take over
at once write briefly about
yourself and include phone
number for personal inter-
view.
Allied Merchandising, Inc.
7307 Olive Street Road
University City 5, Mo.


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engines react with split-second precision.
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Nearly $5,000.00 in Christmas Savings Club checks
were mailed to our members recently. Did the mail
man leave one with you? They are a wonderful help,
this year or any year, with those Christmas bills. Why
not start one and have money next Christmas? The
1959 club is open now; why not join one of the.follow-
ing clubs today, you will be glad you did, next year.



50c Weekly Pays ----- $25.00
$1.00 Weekly Pays ----.. $50.00
$5.00 Weekly Pays $2.50.0





Florida Bank at Port St. Joe
Member


Federal Deposit Ins. Corp.


SFlorida National Group


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The Bungalow Shop
1010 PALM BOULEVARD


DECEMBER 4, 5, and 6


Port St. Joe


ST. JOE MOTOR


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UMJ*,-.


r TRICYCLES

6.98
(IIIustrated)
to 10.95
Sidewalk Bike W/Brake
$29.95
8V2" Pedal Trike $4.98
Chain Drive Tractor $14.95
Hi-way Patrol Bike $16.95


DOLLS

.98c to

9.95
/- Choose from an out-
standing selection of
Baby Dolls, Toddlers,
sTeen Age, Brides .
white and colored.


TEA SETS
Metal Tea Sets
49c to $1.98
Plastic Tea Sets
$1.00 to $3.98
China Tea Sets
$1.00 to $3.98


CORN POPPER 1.98


7 -,


ROCKING HORSE
$5.95
SPRING HORSES
$5.95 to $19.95


WAGONS
$2.49 to $14.95


Battery Operated
MACHINE GUN
W/Tripod Stand
$4.98
Battery Operated
PINBALL MACHINE
$12.98
WALL BLACKBOARDS
$1.00 and $1.98
FOOTBALLS
98c $1.98 $2.98
BASKETBALLS
$1.98 and $2.98
BASKETBALL GOAL SETS
$3.98
GUN AND HOLSTER SETS
98c to $9.98
Mattel
SWIVEL SHOT FANNER
50 Set $5.98
DOUBLE FANNER 50 Set $9.98


SCOOTERS
$2.98 $3.49 $7.49

TRUCKS AND CARS
10c and $7.95

METAL TABLE AND CHAIR
SETS
$9.95


DOLL
CARRIAGES

1.98
to
5.49


DOLL
STROLLERS
2.98
and
3.98


DOLL
BATHINETTE
$5.95


Shoppi ay

'Tii Christmas




BOX X~ kS RDS
50 Cards and Envelopes
89c


Roy Rogers Guitar
4.98


Rock n Roll Guitar $3.98
Zorro Guitar -- $1.98
Gaucho Guitar $1.49


SPINNING TOPS
Musical Tops
69c
Musical Color Changing
Tops $1.00 and $1.69
Automatic Choral Tops
$1.98


DO IT YOURSELF KITS
Paint by Number Mosaic Art -- $4.98
Paint by Number Mosaic Art -- $2.98
Paint by Number Mosaic Art -- $1.98
Din Tin Tin Paint by Number --- $1.00
Paint Your Own Stained Glass $1.98
Testons Oil Painting Kit ------$1.98



ZIGGY ZILO



Other Pull Toys As
S Low As 69c


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DECORATIONS


TREE LIGHTS

Ney "Lighted Ice" Set $3.49
Series Set (8 lights) -----98c and $1,29
Multiple Set (7 lights) $1.69 and $2.19
Multiple Set (15 lights) $3.49
Outdoor Set (7 lights) $2.19
Miniature Light Set (35 lights) ---- $3.49
Santa Plaques $1.29 to $4.98


Blown Glass
Tree Ornaments


Wrapping Paper
Tags and Seals -


S5c to 39c ea.


New GIo in the
Dark Ornaments -. box of six $1.49


Icicles Foil or Saran -.
Tinsel


-___ 10c to 59c
29c to 59c


Angel Hair 25c
Styrofoam Decorations -- 10c to $1.98
Sunburst Ornaments --- 39c to $1.59
Wreaths 25c to $2.98


10c to $1.98
10c to 50c


Ribbon 10c to 98c


Package Ties
Gift Boxes


pkg. 10c
10c to 50c


CHRISTMAS CARDS


Each


5c and 10c


Package
Box Assortment


25c and $1.00
29c to $1.00


DRUMS
Bass Drum
$1.49
Small Drum --..---.... 79c
Field Drum ........ $1.19
Trap Drum ----....... $3.98


SR ES


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WE WILL CLOSE AT 6:00 P.M. THURSDAY for XMAS PARADE


MARY ANNE SMOKED SHOULDER


ICnic


PURE PORK SMOKED
SAUSAGE
U. S. GOOD

SIR L O IN
FRESH LEAN
SPARE RIBS


LB.
49c
LB.

7Sc
LB.
49c


BARBECUED -- 2 to 2 LB.


19


FRESH CANADIAN
RUTABAGAS


LB.
3co


FRESH FLORIDA DOZEN
RANGES 29c
EACH
GRAPEFRUIT 5c
LARGE BELL EACH
PEPPERS 5c
FRESH GREEN CRISP EACH
CU CUMBERSf 5c


Mrs. Louise Chitty
Winner of Free Turkey


U


DEL MONTE
CATSUP


6 FOR
$1.00
7 FOR
$1.00


DEL MONTE
CORN


DEL MONTE
CUT BEANS
DEL MONTE
SWEET PEAS
DEL MONTE
Tomatoe Juice
P'apple Juice

P'apple G'fruit Juice
DEL MONTE
RAISINS
PEACH Halves
Spiced Peaches
DEL MONTE SLICED -- NO. 2 CAN
PINEAPPLE


DUNCAN HINES -- WHITE, YELLOW, DEVIL FOOD
CAKE MiX
SWIFT'S -- 12 OZ.
Corn Beef 33C
SWIFT'S CORNED
Beef Hash 19c
SWIFT'S JEWEL -- NO. 10 JUG
OIL $ 1.1,


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5 FOR
$1.00
5 FOR
$1.00


3 FOR


4 FOR
1.00


2 FOR


FRENCH MARKET -- LB. TIN
COFFEE
PLYMOUTH INSTANT -- 2 OZ.
COFFEE


59c

29c


5c HERSHEY
CANDY
BARS
10 FOR
39c


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Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Carlton
Philyaw, Sr., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Sar-
ah Ceva, to Mr. Donald Charles
Jaeger, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Louis Jaeger of Cold
Spring Harbor, Long Island, New
York.
Miss Philyaw is a graduate of
Florida State University and a
member of Delta Delta Delta Sor-
ority. She is currently teaching
at ,Park Avenue Elementary
School in Winter Park, Florida.
Mr. Jaeger, also a resident of


Visitors From Tennessee
*Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norton and
children Susan, Sam and Scott vis-
ited Mrs. Norton's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. M. Watts last week.
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WINSOME SUNDAY SCHOOL
SCHOOL CLASS MEETS
The Winsome Sunday school


This Is


Leo Punt Member of
Wheaton Glee Club
Leonard C. Punt of 1008 Garri-
son Avenue, Port St. Joe, a fresh-
man student at Wheaton College,
Wheaton, Illinois, is a member of
the Men's Glee Club for the 1958-59
school year. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry M. Punt.

atives-I take this method to ex-
press my sincere thanks and deep
appreciation for your many nice
letters and cards while I was in
the hospital. Your prayers and the
many beautiful flawers. I feel it a
privilege to live among such won-
derful people. May God bless you,
one and all.
Clarence F. Whitfield.


Announced


Winter Park, is a graduate of the
Wharton School of the University
of Pennsylvania and a member
of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity.
He served as an officer in the
United States Air Force and is
now a Manufacturer's Represen-
tative, representing Stromberg-
Carlson, a division of General
Dynamics, and Dage Television
Division of Thompson Products,
Inc.
The wedding will take place in
the Cathedral Church of St. Luke,
Orlando, on January 24.


class of the Long Avenue Baptist
Church met Tuesday, November 25
for thei regular monthly meeting.
Plans were discussed for a
Christmas party and a short busi-
ness meeting was held.
CARD OF THANKS
To my very dear friends and rel-


CLOSE OUT
of

Terri Lee Dolls
Accessories and Clothes


1 1.3OFF
CASH


Smith's Pharmacy
Phone 7-5111 236 Reid Avenue
-- CLOSE DAILY AT 6:30 P.M. --


:but.....


Childers-Odom Wedding
Solemnized Nov. 27
Myrtle Childers and Harold R.
Odom were united in marriage, No-
vember 27 at 11:00 a.m. at a
Thanksgilving morning ceremony
solemnized in- the First Methodist
Church.
The Rev. Edmund 0.. Bradley of-
ficiated.
Upon their return from a wed-
ding trip, the couple will reside in
Port St. Joe.

Two tours are on the agendy for
three music organizations of the
college this year, including the
Men's Glee Club, Women's Glee
Club and Chapel Choir. The band
is scheduled for one tour at spring
vacation.
Mid-semester tours are planned
for late January and the longer
tours for spring vacation. Punt
sings baritone in the glee club.
kdvertislng doesn't cost-ft PAY1S
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


Gospel Quartet
CONCERT
Jenks Jr. High School
Panama City, Florida
DEC. 5, 8-12 P.M.
FEATURING -
Gulf Breeze Quartet
Panama City, Florida
Lovett Brothers Quartet
Cairo, Georgia
TICKETS AVAILABLE -
IGA FOODLINER

9 9 9 9 9 9 9


Susanne Antley Feted
With Birthday Party
Susanne Antley was honored
with a lawn party November 24
celebrating her 8th 'birthday at her
home in White City.
After a period of games and fel-
lowship the young guests gathered
around the gift table to watch Su-
sanne gleefully open her gifts.
Then the guests assembled
around the beautifully decorated
birthday table and sang the tradi-
tional "Happy Birthday" as. Su-
sanne blew out her candles on her
cake. Ice cream, cup cakes and
punch were served to the 20 guests


TV BARGAINS

ONE ONLY -- NEW 21"

SYLVANIA TV

Reg. $249.95

only $199.95


BARGAINS IN USED TV SETS
'549.50 and up

MmIT i'RADIO
li b I 1 and TV
Phone 7-5591 229 Reid Ave.
$ $$ .*$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $


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FOR THE NEXT !9 DAYS ... or while our .
1 present stoc:: i:sts we will pay you 20' .
par pund tc, our old range on the
purcha- 'r c ny 30-36 or 40 inch ,i ,


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50 MODELS TO CHOOSE FR
ALL SIZES-ALL STYLES


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It's hard to believe but its true you may never
get another offer like this, so trade in your old range'.
now, on a new range with the magic eye that makes
every cooking utensil automatic.
We have a big selection of new ranges but we ,
are sold out of good used ranges and we're .
willing to pay you 20c per pound for your
old stove on the purchase of a new (range .
in order to restock our used stove I ,' "
department. ,


See The New Automati -Pvens .
o Matches-All Automatic


VISIT OUR SHOWROOMS
EASY TERMS AVAILABLE -


418 'Reid Avenue
Phone: BAII 7-4291
Port St. Joe, Florida


$ $ $$ $$ $ $


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McCOR MICK'S



SPECIAL




VALUES


Specials For-- -

DECEMBER 4, 5 and 6


FRESH MEATY


Spare Ribs
FRESH BOSTON LB.


SUTTS


Marigold LIMIT 2 LB.

Margarine 15c
10 LB. IRISH With $10.00 Order


Potatoes 10c
Red and White 3 LB. CAN

Shortening 69c


Red & White Garden SWEET


2 FOR


SweetPeas 36c
Ga. or Ala., Grade A D & D 1% to 2 lb.

FRYERS2for $1
Limit 2 with $1.00 or more gro. order


Register for the Beautiful
TRIUMPH
STATION WAGON
^To Be Given Away
December 13
Nothing to buyl-Just regis-
ter aech time you visit your
SP RED & WHITE STORE.


Super Dandy 12 Oz. Pkg.

FRANKS


39c


Lake Talquin Pure Pork LB.

Sausage 35c
Red Rose Thin Sliced LB.


BACON


49c


Lake Talquin Thick Sliced 2 LBS.

BACON 98c

8 to 12 Lb, Half or Whole PORK LB.

Pork Loins 49c


IT'S DOLLAR DAYS AT


4 The Bungalow Shop
p 1010 PALM BOULEVARD
With each purchase during DOLLAR DAYS, draw for the matching number of
your sales slip. Each matching number will receive a gift from The Bungalow
4- Shop.


1 RACK OF DRESSES FOR GIRLS $1.49
Reg. $2.98 and $3.98
S PETTICOATS $1.98
Reg. $2.98
S GIRLS and TEENS CAR COATS $4.99
SReg. $8 95 and $9.95
GIRLS COATS $10.95
Reg. $14.95 and $16.95
THE BUNGALOW SHOP WILL BE OPEN WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1958
present. FIRST BAPTIST WMU
Mrs. Claud Weston, Mrs. Homer PLANS MISSION STUDY
Echols, Mrs. C. A. Lundy, Mrs. R.
L Smith, and Mrs Bill Harper aided h o th rbers of
Church urges that all members of
rs Antley caieforthe young the day and night circles attend
guests. the mission study at the church
next Monday, December 8 at 7:30.


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Eda Ruth Kilburn and Ottis Melton

Taylor, Jr., United 'In Marriage

Miss Eda Ruth Kilbourn and Ot- anthemums, huckleberry and aca-


tis Melton Taylor, Jr., were united
in marriage at three o'clock in
the afternoon, Saturday, November
1 in a beautiful and impressive
double ring ceremony performed by
the Rev. Gardner Underhill in St.
James Episcopal Church of Port
St. Joe. Acolyte was William Fite.
The 'bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James Pickett Kilbourn
of Port St. Joe. The 'bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Mel-
ton Taylor, also of Port St. Joe.
The high altar was embellished
at either side with lighted candles
in single brass standards, surround-
ed by white gladioli and chrysan-
themums. The windows of the
church held arrangements of the
same flowers. Pews for the famil-
ies were marked with gladioli and
white ribbon.


cia arrangements. The guests were
welcomed by Mrs Charles Browne,
aunt of the bride.
The bride's table, overlaid with
an Italian cut work cloth was cen-


Mrs. Taylo rchose for her travel-
ing costume a chic black and white
tweed suit with which she wore
black and white accessories. Her
corsage was the white orchid from
her bridal bouquet.
The bride attended Port St. Joe
High School and South Gsorgia
College at Douglas, Ga.
The bridegroom attended Port
St. Joe High School and served in
the United States Navy for four
years. He is now employed with
the Florida Power Corporation at
Port -St. Joe.
The couple will be at home to
their friends at 808% Sixteenth
Street in Port St. Joe.
'Out of 'town guests other than
those participating in the wedding
were: iMr. and Mrs. B. B. Schwall
and daughter Sybil from Upton and
daughter Kaye from Norman Park,
Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Tay-
lor from Moultrie, Georgia, Lt. and
Mrs. Ron Horn and son Byron of
Valdosta. Ga., Mrs. R. P. Johnson
of LDothan, Alabama, Mr. and Mrs.
Max D 'Kilbourn of Wewahitchka,
Mrs Thomas Merriweather of We-
wahitchka and Miss Betty Jean
Bennett of 'Bainbridge, Georgia.


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Mrs. Mark Tomlinson rendered a
soft prelude of nuptial music. Mrs.
James Tankersley sang "The Lord's *
,Prayer". The -traditional bridal cho-
rus from "Lohengrin" was played
as processional and the Wedding
March from "A Midsummer Night's
Dream" was used as recessional.
The solemn Episcopal marriage cer-
emony was terminated with the
Rev. ~nderhill's benediction.
'The bride, given in marriage tby
her father, was radiant and lovely
in a gown of embroidered Alencon
lace over satin. The gown featured
a front panel of the same lace and
appliqued* miniature designs were
on either side of the panel. The
back panel featured a ruffle over
accordian pleated net. The long
fitted basque bodice of lace was
styled with a scallopped neckline. a
The long sleeves terminated in calla
lily points below the wrists. Her
fingertip gossamer French illusion
veil was attached to a delicate
tiara of lace and seed pearls match-
ing her gown. She carried a white
prayer book topped with a single
yellow throated white orchid.
The maid of honor, Miss Martha
Carol Bennett of Bainbridge, Ga.,
was chraming in a waltz length
gown of beige antique taffeta. Her
head dres swas made of small
bronze chrysanthemums. Her nose-
gay was of bronze chrysanthemums
matching her head dress.
Miss Eva Margaret Kilbourn, sis- N
ter of the bride, was bridesmaid.
Her gown, identical to that of the
maid of honor, featured an empire
waist, which was accented by
bronze velvet ribbon.
Taylor chose as his best man, his
brother, Wayne Taylor. Usher
groomsmen were Charles. Vincent
Kilbourn, of Pensacola, and Her-
bert Higdon -Swatts of Port St. Joe.
The mother of the bride chose
for her daughter's wedding a street
length dress of Wedgewood blue I
cashmere and wool. Her hat was
a winter white felt with irrides-
cent pearls accenting the small
brim. Her corsage was of white
carnations.
The bridegroom's mother was
similarly dressed in a street length
dress of ice blue imported silk with
matching gloves and shoes. Her hat
was a feathered creation of ice
blue.
The St. James Parish House was
beautifully -decorated for the wed-
ding reception with bronze chrys-


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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.
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1958 tered with the four tiered wedding
cake topped with wedding bells and
encrusted with white calla lilies.
Branched silver candelabra center-
ed with old fashioned bouquets of
white carnations graced either eiid
of the table.
The punch table was also cov-
ered with a cut work cloth. The cut
glass punch -bowl was encircled by
bronze chrysanthemums and sou-
thern smilax.
Miss Elizabeth Ann Browne, cou-
sin of the bride, presided -over the
bride's book.
Assisting at the reception were
Mrs. Otto Anderson, Mrs. Robert
Bellows, Mrs. Nick Comforter, 'Mrs.
W. D. Sykes, Mrs. Walter Johnson,
Mrs K K Bateman, Mrs. W. D Dare,
1 7 Mrs Wayne Taylor, and Mrs. -H. R
Maige. Serving were Miss Raye
--. Lapeyrouse and Miss Judith Fen-
iW .som.


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


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weekss last Tuesday

NEWS FF.OM Mr. and Mrs. Tom McOlary of
M' 'rE 8 l 1"rf I'01'r Pierce were week end visi-
Hgland V % tors of Mr and Mrs. W. H. Weeks.
By MRS. EULA ROGERS and Mrs. Jodie Wa'tts of
MiIIedgevilie, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. New on f Alvin Thomas and Mrs. Willie Bar-
Malone spent Sunday with Mr. and er' of Donalsonville, Ga., spent
Mrs. Walter Armstrong. |ihe day with Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Mr. and Mrs Wayne ,Jone and Watts of Highland View last
sons spent last week in Panama Thursday.
City .with Mr Jones' parents., Mr.' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Branch and
and Mrs. Mack Jones. children attended the funeral of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Peak and Mrs. Branch's uncle, Ralph Shef-
daughters spent the holidays in field of Colquitt, Ga. They also vis-
Coffee Springs, Alabama with Mrs. ited the Rhoden Presnell's of
Peak's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tal- Blakely, Ga., over the holidays.
lie Spencer. Glenn Garrett, a student at FSU


Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Larrimore had
as their guests Sunday their daugh-
ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. James,
Williams and daughters of Dothan,
Ala.
Billy Joe Richards, a student of
the University of Florida in Gaines-
ville spent the holidays with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rich-
ards.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Adkins spent
Thanksgiving day in Panama City
with her mother, Mrs. Tilda Mims.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael' Blum of
Tampa visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H.






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in Tallahassee, spent the holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Garrett.
Mrs. Margie Cumbie spent the
holidays in Chipley with her mo-
ther-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Rooks. ,
Attending the funeral last week
of Carl Stevens, were Mr. and Mrs.
Billy Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Christmas and Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Tyalor, all of Oak Hill; Mr and
Mrs. Willie Davis and Mrs. Mamie


Taylor of Lake Wales; Mrs. Philip ance". The parts were given
Thiden and son of Morehaven and for next week. Gloria dismissed
Mr. and Mris. Gene Frayer of St. meeting with prayer.
Marks and Mr. Clayton Taylor of Norma Sue


Clewiston.
Mr. and Mrs. Vester Burke and
daughter, Glenda, and Mrs. George
Skipper spent the holidays in Ver-
non.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chestnut at-
tended the funeral of Mrs. Joe Lev-
ins last week in Bonifay.
Mrs. Peavy Mims and daughter,
spent the week end in Panama City
with Mr, Mims mother, Mrs. Tilda
Mims.'
Mrs. Beth Williams spent last
week in High Springs visiting her
son and family, Mr. and Mrs. M.
C. Williams.
Junior G. A.'s
The Junior G. A.'s of the High-
land View Baptist Church met
Monday at 4:30 p.m. The meeting
was called to order by the presi-
dent. The devotional reading was
taken from ,Ezra 2:69a. We repeat-
ed the watchword and allegiance
and sang the first verse of the G.
A. hymn. We had eight members
present. The name of our program
fo: this Monday was "Correct Bal-


CT. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rve. Gardner D. Underhill, Rector
The Second Sunday in Advent,
December 7. 7:30 a.m., Celberation
of the Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a.m.,
Church school. 11:00 a.m., Celebra-
tion of the Holy Eucharist and ser-
mon. This is the family service.
Please bring the children and come
to the Altar Rail as families. The
children will receive a blessing.
7:30 p.m. Our Series of Teaching
and Leadership Training Sessions
will begin. The Reverend Canon
Thomas Byrne is going to be with
us from Sunday, December 7 thru
Wednesday, 'December 10 for a ser-
ies of Teaching and Leadership
Training Sessions. Each Session
will begin promptly at 7:30 p.m.
Naturally we hope to see and we
invite every communicant of the
Church to these meetings. We also
cordially invite all people in Port
St. Joe who are interested in learn-
ing more about teaching and lea-


dership. I
The public is cordially inyited to
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.


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TALLAHASSEE -Three big Flor-
ida Forest Service nurseries start
shipping seedlings to Fl)rida land-
owners today, according to Aaron
Jordan, Chief nurseryman for the
Forest Service. The nurseries are
located at Munson, Olustee and
Chiefland.
Production this year totals 135
million seedlings and all of these
must be lifted from the nursery,
bundled, shipped to landowners and
planted within the next three
months. "Few seedlings survive if
they are transplanted after new
growth begins in the spring," Jor-
dan said.
The entire supply of longleaf
pine, loblolly pine and Arizona cyp-
ress has been sold but some slash
pine seedlings are still available.
Slash pine seedlings are sold for


$4.00 a thousand plus shipping
charges..
Seedling shipments from the nur-
sery locatedl north of Ft. Myers
will not be in un-til the middle of
January.




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CLASSIFIED ADS

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: See Mrs. Shirey for
apartments and houses, furnished
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7-5771. tfc-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. tfc-10-30
FOR RENT: Furnished cottage at
Beacon Hill. Reasonable. See Si-
las R. Stone or phone 7-7161. ttc
FOR .RENT: Five. room unfurnish-
,ed house at 301 Woodward Ave.
$35.00 per month. Call Ben Dickens
at BAll 7-2281. tfc-11-6
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
1506 Long Ave. Newly decorated.
See John Scott at 1506 Long Av. 2t
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment. On 7th St. $40.00 per
month. See W. 0. Anderson.
FOR RENT: 2 small furnished lou-
ses. 1 and 2 bedroom, $40 and
$45 per month. Frank LeHardy,
Phone 7-5341. tfc-12-4

FOR SALE

LOT FOR SALE: Lot 15, Block 9,
Port St. Joe. Business property.
A. L. Mulberg, 900 Johnson St., Key
West, Call CYpress- 6-5073. 3tc
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 411
Iola St. See Clio Adkison. 3tp
FOR SALE: 1958 4-door Daulphine
Renault sports car. Excellent
condition. 9600 miles. 35 miles to
a gal. Original cost $1735. Shall
sacrifice for $1150 cash. Box 1207
Lanark Village, Fla. 2tc

FOR SALE: Large mahan and
stewart pecans. A. H. Matthews,
Phone 7-862-2. 2tp


FOR FAST, EFFICIENT PLUMB-
ING SERVICE. Call Bill's Plumb-
ing. Phone 7-7846 or 7-8161. tfc
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing money see us for anything
ron need In your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
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. tUc-4-2
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
aII. All members urged to attend;
B. B. CONKLIN, N. G.
visiting brethren Invited.
J. C. MARTIN, Secty.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St.- Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every flrst and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ROBERT W. SMITH, W.M.
ROY L. BTTROH, Secty.
All Master Masons cordially invited
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. R. W. Smith,
High Priest. H. R. Malge, Secretary.
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
%00 p.m., American Legion Home.
UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
furniture lo k old? Bring it to
Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second
and Reid for expert rebuilding.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY, FLA.
IN PROBATE
In Re: Estate of
T. H. STONE,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of T.
H. Stone, deceased, are hereby no-
tified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
have against the said estate in the
office of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in 'the Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand must
be in writing and must state the
place of residence and post office
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to be the claimant, his
agent, or his attorney, or it will
become void according to law.
This the 24th day of November,
1958. *
/s/ SILAS R. TONE
/s/ JESSE V. STONE
Executors of the estate of T.
H. Stone, deceased.
SILAS R. STONE *
Attorney for Executors.
First publication on November 27,
1958. 4t
NOTICE of FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring.to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of HUTCHINS MOTORS, in the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Gulf
County, Florida.
4t-11-20 T. D. HUTCHINS
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1958


Returns To Atlanta


FOR SALE: Three bedrooms, two
baths, living room, den and sep-
arate dining room. This spacious
home has oak floors and many oth-i
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. BAll 7-3491 221 Reid Ave.

FOR SALE
-Three bedroom hom on Mc-
Clellan Ave. .Reasonable.
-Three bedroom home with
den on Marvin Ave. Pay own-
ers equity.
-Beach Lots, Cape San Bias
Shores Subdivision, Terms to
suit you.
FOR RENT
-Three bedroom, two bath ap-
artment, St. Joe Beach.
-Three bedroom home with big
front porch, 'St. Joe Beach.
-We are building 15 new
homes here in Port St. Joe on
-Bellamy Circle. These houses
are being built under FHA
and VA financing. If you are
interested in owning your own
home, now is the time to buy.
-2 bedroom house, Overstreet,
Florida. Priced to sell.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Box 735 Ph. BAll 7-7741
411 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe

SEWING WANTED: All types.
Monogramming. Third St. across
from Assembly of God Church in
Highland View. Mrs. Akens. 3tp
LOST: Nurse's pin, blue and gold.
Jackson Memorial Hospital, Mia-
mi, Florida. Name: Roberta Louise
Haile and year, 1939, engraved on
back. Finder please call Gulf Co.
Health Department, 7-3141 or Call
Mrs. E. C. Haiden, Jr., collect at
Wewahlitchka, NE 9-2423. tfc-12-4
Keys Made While You Walt
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs


meant to us, his wife and sons.


Mrs. L. F. McNair left Tuesday
for her home in Atlanta, Ga., after
spending the holidays here with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Ferrell.

CARD OF THANKS
-It is with a humble and grateful
heart that we thank our many
-friends for their kind and thought-
ful 'expressions of sympathy at the
time of the loss of our husband
and father. We wish to give special
thanks to the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany, Al Smith, Pope Fendley and
all of the boys. We are grateful for
each kind deed from the smallest
to the greatest and will forever be
thankful. May God with his deep
and infinite wisdom let each one
from the least to the greatest know
how very much all your kindness


STORE


AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT
321 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Fla.
PRICES GOOD DEC. 4, 5 and 6


IONA

CUT BEETS


16oz. can 10c


JANE PARKER


FRUIT CAKE
3 LBS. 5 LBS.


3.85


2m65


INSTANT COFFEE 6 oz. jar 95c

ANN PAGE PURE PRESERVES 2 LB. JAR


Strawberry 59c

SUPER-RIGHT WESTERN CORN FED LEAN
PORK -- HALF or WHOLE LB.


Pork, Loins 49c

SUPER-RIGHT HEAVY WESTERN STEER BEEF
CHUCK LB.


Chuck ROAST 49c


Port St. Joe
Florida


PHONE
BAII 7-4646


7 -Us About The Details

CITIZENS FEDERAL has' money to loan to build,
repair, or buy, homes and business structures
. improving our area.
CITIZENS FEDERAL IS PAYING 3V2% per annum
on Savings compounded June 30th and Decem-
ber 31st 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 lot -

and tiz ons edral of Prt ugs
and oan association oPor StJ


MRS. CARL STEVENS
JIMMY and TOMMY



Don't Throw Your Old
Shoes Away.. .
Bring them to us and let us
fix them like new.

RUCKMAN

Shoe Repair
225 REID AVE.


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