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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 11, 1958
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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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THE


STAR


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"
TWENTY-SECOND YEAR -ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1958 NUMBER 11


Kiwanis Learns

History of This

Section of Florida

The Kiwanis Club of Port St.
Joe had a very interesting program
Tuesday noon when Dr. Ralph Wa-
ger of Panama City, newly elected
vice-president of the Northwest
Florida Historical Society, gave a
little of the history of Northwest
Florida to the group.
Dr. Wager' was introduced by
his son, Dr. William F. Wager of
this city, and a member of the Ki-
wanis Club.
According to Dr. Wager, North-
west Florida was one of the first
settled locations in the new world.
Pensacola became a settlement in
1569, just four years after St. Au-
gustine, recognized as the oldest
settlement in the United States,
was settled in 1565. The English
and the Spanish developed the area
and, considering both nation's re-
luctance to give it up, saw great
potential for the area. Dr. Wager
said that St. Joseph's Bay must
have been a recognized good har-
bor, even back then, because thee
earliest maps of the area name
the Bay de St. Joseph. Northwest
Florida was governed by the Bri-
tish from 1763 to 1783. After this
period, the Spanish took over in
1,783 and held it until 1818 at which
time Florida was granted to the
United States in 1821.
Local recorded 'history begins
with the Forbes purchase in 1818
of a million acres of land between
Apalachicola and St. Marks. This
land was originally Spanish land
grants and it took the Forbes for-
ces until 1835 to ratify their pur-
chase. They then literally owned
the entire city of Apalachicola.
The Forbes land titles superceded
titles that most of the residents
had in Apalachicola and they were
in fact, squatters,'on Forbes land.
The Forbes company decided to
get rich quick selling the people.
land they had already developed at
high prices..The people, disgruntled
at this practice just packed their
sacks and moved to the present
Site of St. Joseph ahnd St. Joseph's
history began.
,More recent history of the pres-
ent city of Port St. 'Joe, which suc-
ceeds the old destroyed city of St.
Joseph goes back to 1868. In this
year, the father of T. H. Stone,
first citizen of Port St. Joe, bought
8,000 acres on the present site of
'Port St. Joe for $126.00. He never
occupied the land and his son,
T. H. (Hig) paid the taxes on the
property after his father's death
until he finally moved here to start
life in the new St. Joe.
St. Joe began to grow as a mo-
dern town when the Apalachicola
Northern Railroad ran a line to
Port St. Joe to take out products
of naval stores and lumber opera-
tions.
Port St. Joe's entire history is
linked with rail travel. Back in its
heydey, the first steam railroad in
Florida was constructed from Lake
Wimico to a point on Depot
Creek about 1835. Lake Wimico
was 4oo shallow to handle the big
boats and so the next year the
railroad line was moved from lola
on the Apalachicola to the new
town of St. Joseph-all to spite and
out-do the Forbes company which
had taken over Apalachicola.
Dr. Wager's talk was very infor-
mative and well received by all
the members.
Guests of the Club Tuesday were
Terry Porter from the Key Club
and Tom Ford.

Historical Society

Looking for Picture

The Port St. Joe Historical So-
ciety wants a picture of their
float in (the Christmas parade
last Thursday. Somebody took
.a- picture of the float and they
would like a print. They are will-
ing to pay for the print. Con-
tact Mrs. Ned Porter if you
have the picture.
The Historical Society's float
entered the Panama City parade
last Friday and won third place
in this event.
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GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY

Send The STAR To A Friend


Mr. and Mrs. 1858

Mr. and Mrs. Silas R. Stone are pictured above as they ap-
peared on the float of the Historical Society in Thursday's
parade. They depicted Christmas shoppers in 1858 -- com-
plete with surry and team of sturdy horses. (photo by Fite)




Young Demo Club



.Forming In County
00 0 MO


Membership Drive Is
Now Under Way

Jerry MelVin, aide to Congress-
man Bob Sikes was in Port St. Joe
Tuesday afternoon to begin activi-
ties for the formation of a Young
Democrats Club in Gulf County.
. The organizational meeting was
held in the offices of Silas R.
Stone with about a dozen men
from Port St. Joe and Wewahitch-
ka attending.
The Young Democrats Club, is
naturally, a club for the strength-
ening and expansion of the Demo-
cratic party. The Club's main ac-
tivities will be on the main part
to get out the vote for any elec-
tion held in its immdeiate area.
The Club is concerned with regis-
tration of voters and the support
of Democratic candidates. Another
important activity of the Club will
be to familiarize the voting public


that both men and women can be-
long. The Staste By-laws are so
written to make it mandatory that
part of the slate of officers be
made up of women.
The organization meeting of the
Club will be held some time in
January for the election of officers,
adopting a constitution and by-
laws.

Last Rites Held

For T. L. Tillman

Funeral services were held
Thursday, December 4 for Thomas
Loren Tillman, 44 of Honeyville
from *the Honeyville Methodist
Church. Rev. G. T. Hinton of We-
wahitchka conducted the services.
Interment followed in Jehu Ceme-
tery in Wewahitchka.
Tillman died Wednesday, Decem-


with all issues to be voted upon. ber 3 from an apparent heart at-
tack. Tillman was in the woods
The Club is not a branch of the with his logging crew when he
County Democratic Executive Com- was suddnely seized. He was dead
mittee and has no national author- before lie could reach the hospital'.
ity such as the State Democratic Survivors include his wife, Stella
Executive Committee, but works three sons, William Loren, Frank
through resolutions to the State Allen, and Elijah Albert; two
Committee for .ideas that they may -daughters, Elizabeth -and Linda
have for the policies of the Demo- Gail, all of Honeyville; two bro-
cratic Party both in the State and others, Jack of. St. Joe Beach and
the Nation. Francis of Panama City; one sis-
The Young Democrats Club is a ter, Mrs. Lorene Tillman, Alaska,
strong organization in South Flor- and his stepmother, Mrs. Ruby
ida and its organization is just be- Tillman of Daytona Beach.
ing undertaken in this part of the Comforter Funeral Home was in
state. A District Conference is be- charge of arrangements.
ing held in Fort Walton Beach this -F
week end and delegates from Gulf Wilder Selected Sewanee
County will attend. Team Captain For 1959
It is necessary for a County to
have at least 15 members .to re- Sewanee, Tennessee, Dec. 3-
qeive a charter. Dues to the Club Walter Wilder, 165 pound tailback
-are $1.00 per year and only one from Port St. Joe, Florida, was
regular meeting is held each year. named captain of next year's Se-
At Tuesday's meeting Wesley R. wanee football team at the annual
Ramsey, editor of The Star, was banquet Wednesday night. James
named temporary chairman and a Gibson, 180 pound end from Ben-
program is now underway to sign nettsville, S. C., and Max Young,
up members. The membership corn- 205 pound tackle from Knoxville,
mittee, who can receive members were elected alternate captains by
into the Club and accept .dues are their undefeated teammates.
Dr. R. E. King, George Wimberly, Wilder was the leading ground
Jr., Bobby Bellows, and Wesley R. gainer for the Tigers with a total
Ramsey in Port St. Joe and David of nearly a thousand yards. He
Carl Gaskin in Wewahitchka. The ran for a net of 619 yards and
only requirement is that you be passed for a total of 379 for a to-
a Democrat and be between the tal of 998 yards. He personally
ages of 18 and 40. scored 60 -points and passed for
The Club is "co-educational" in two additional touchdowns.


Shark Cagers Win

Season's First Game

The Port St. Joe Sharks opened
their 1958 basketball season in
Chattahoochee Tuesday and came
home with a 46-32 win over the
Yellow Jackets.
Shark forwaTd, Jackie Mitchell,
led the St. Joe quintette with 13
points and also accounted for 17
rebounds.
The Sharks were ahead all the
way in the game hitting for 47 per
cent from the floor. The game was
a non-conference .go..
Jaces Dickson led the losers with
10 points. St. Joe letterman, Bill
Chism, had 10 points for the
Sharks.
Sharks fg ft pt Jackets fg ft tp
Mitchell 3 7 13 Barbree 2 0 4
Smith 2 4 8 Johnson 2 0 4
Mus'whit 0 2 2 Wiggins 0 1 1
Chism e 5 0 10 Stephens 0 2 2
Knight 2 1 5 Dickson 2 6 10
Munn 1 3 4 Bevis 1 1 3
Dwson 0 2 2 Reynolds 4 0 8
Daniell 0 2 21
SCORE BY QUARTERS:
Port St. Joe 13 11 6 13-46
Chattahoochee 5 12 4 11-32


,00O See Old

Santa Claus

In Giant Parade

Santa Claus came to Port St. Joe
in a gigantic parade witnessed by
about 6,000 people-the biggest
crowd ever for this annual event in
Port St. Joe.
S'anta was welcomed by a par-
ade containing some 40 floats au.1
decorated cars, which reflected the
interest taken in the event by ev-
eryone.
The parade was sponsored by
the Retail Merchants Division of
the Port St. Joe Chamber.of Com-
merce who offered prizes for the
best floats.
First prize ,af $100.00 went to
the Lions 'Club; second pize of
$50.00 went to the Boy Scouts and
third prize of $25.00 went to the
Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire De-
partment.


Cit GNires p leand'





On New H-osi it-maPlans


Star Wants Your

Letters To Santa Claus

The Star is receiving many
letters to Santa Claus and wants
to receive many more.
The letters this year, are being
saved to print in our Christmas
edition which will come out on
Wednesday, December 24. All
the letters to Santa Claus we re-
ceive will be published at this
time.
So, boys and girls, sit right
down, now, and write your let-
ter to Santa Claus and drop it
in the mail. We will print it in
The Star and make certain sure
that Santa gets hold of your let-
ter.
--K

Funeral Services

Today at 1 p.m. for

Mrs. Carl Stevens

Funeral services will be held
this afternoon at 1:00 p.m. at the
Highland View Methodist Church
for Mrs. Laura Jean Stevens, 50,
who died from a heart attack late
Sunday afternoon. Rev. C. M. Par-
ker will officiate assisted by Rev.
C. A. Lundy and Rev. J J Hill.
Mrs. Stevens' husband died just
three weeks ago in a Texas Hospi-
tal.
The body will lie in state today
an hour before the funeral in the
Highland View Methodist Church.
Pallbearers will be E. J. Rich,
Cecil Costin, Jr., Al Sqrith. Theo-
dore, Bishop, Alfred Joir"and
Walter Stafford.
Interment will be in Holly Hill


All floats reflected* much work Cemetery. .
and .thought by- "those entering Furv iv<,,r. include two sons, Tom-
them. my of Highland View' and 'Jimmy
The Merchant's Division offers with the U. S. Navy in San-Francis-
lts thanks to the many people who co, Calif.; one brother, J. B. Tay-
took such an interest in the event lor of Oak Hill; two sisters, Mrs.
and worked so hard to make it a Jenie Wilson, Arcadia and Mrs.
success. IMabel Christmas of Oak Hill.
Already, plans are underway for Comforter Funeral Home is in
more and bigger things next year. charge of arrangements.


NW Florida Historical Craig Talks.

Society Is Formed About Basketball

The members of the Bay County


Historical Society were host to a
group of interested persons repre-
senting several cities in Northwest
Florida, whose purpose for assemb-
ling was to discuss the plans for
the formation of a Northwest Flor-
ida Historical Association. The eve-
ning dinner meeting was held
Thursday, December 4 at Jessie
Cook's Seafood Grill in Panama
:City.
Dr. Ralph Wager, president of
the Bay County Historical Society
presided over the informal discus-
silon relative to the necessity and
purpose of the proposed associa-
tion.
Highlights of the evening w)e
short speeches made by T. T. Went-
worth, Jr., founder and curator of
the T. T. Wentworth Museum of
Pensacola and Judge Ira Hutchin-
son of Panama City. Both of these
(Continued On Page 8)


Coach Marion Craig of the Port
St. Joe High School was the guest
speaker at the Rotary Club meet-
ing last Thursday noon.
Coach Craig gave a few insights
as to what Port St. Joe could ex-
pect in the way of a basketball
-eamrn is year.
Craig was not very hopeful in
his outlook, calling attention to the
fact that only one regular player
was returning from last year's
squad, "add this to the fact that
we have only one boy who barely
reaches six feet and we are in
trouble as far as winning games
go", Craig said.
. Craig went on to stress the fact
that Port St. Joe isn't in the win-
ning business. "We are in the boy
business", he said. "I like to win
as much as anyone-maybe even a
little more-but our primary inter-
est is building boys, not winning


Architect Norman Gross Hired

To Draw Plans and Specifications

The Port St. Joe City Commission hired Architect Norman
Gross of Panama City yesterday afternoon to begin work on con-
struction plans for Port St. Joe's expanded hospital. The City
expects to spend around a half million dollars building renovating
and furnishing the hospital facilities now operated by the City.
When the new construction and


refurbishing of the old building is
completed, Port St. Joe will have a
49-bed hospital, second to none in
this area. The present structure is
designed for 22 beds and is now
19 years old. The only replacements
that have been ihade on the origin-
al structure and equipment is a
new x-ray machine and a new ster-
ilizing machine.
The improved hospital will be
three-fifths larger than the present
structure. All new additions will be
made in front of, to the left side
,and in back of the present build-
ing. All administrative, supply, kit-
chen and operating facilities will'
be in the front section of the build-
ing along wth the waiting rooms.
Beds will be placed in rooms in a
wing running along the *back side
of the hospital.
None of the rooms will be crowd-
ed. All rooms are designed to take
care of one more bed than will be
originally placed in them to take
care of any emergency without un-
due crowding.
The new structure will contain
two operating rooms, two delivery
rooms and the most modern of
equipment. The front entrance of
the building will be re-designed to
give it a serviceable, mn'derx, ap-
ypearamne. No-space will be -w vstel.
but plenty of room has been pro-
vided where it is needed.
In the meeting yesterday after-
noon, the City Commission and
their architect met with represen-
tatives of the Hill-Burton Act, who
is putting up a good sum of the
money, to look at a suggested floor
plan submitted by the H-B men to
incorporate all the qualifications
required by the Act. Minor chan-
ges are being made on the floor
plan and Gross will take over from
there. He had already submitted
several sketches which the H-B
men incorporated in their plan.
The new structure will be com-
pletely air-conditioned with adjust-
able temperatures in each room,
oxygen will be piped to all patient
rooms and other physical things
included to make axJ efficient oper-
ating institution.
The next thing to do is let bids
on the construction of the hospital,
which, according to the conserva-
tion yesterday between the archi-
tect and the Commissioners will'
not be very far hence.

ball games".
Craig spoke with mis-givings for
I the current cage crop both from
an experience and a height stand-
point. "We will have to play con-
trol ball this year to win any
games, but the main thing is that
we try with all that we are capable
of.
Guests of the club were Frank
Grady of Wewahitchka and Buck
Chauncey, and Bill Buzzett of Apa-
lachicola.


'Hams' Meet To Discuss Better Disaster Communication Plans
The Gulf County.Amateur Radio the meeting was, "How we may Amateur Radio Club". K4tLQQ was
Emergency Corps held its monthly best serve the public in case of 'elected chairman. This club will
meeting Monday night at 7:30 with disaster". Plans were made to have be operated in accordance with
K4RZM, Durel Brigman, emergen- ;auxiliary emergency power avail- rules and regulations of the
cy co-ordinator, in charge. able at all times, with equipment American radio relay league, West
iOther members present were on a stand-by basis. W4MXN is Hartford, Conn. Other club offi-
K4RZF, A. P. Jackson; K4UPI, now operating mobile, with K4RZF cers will oe elected at their next
Gene Zeak; K4LQQ, Joe Alligood; looking longingly in that direction, meeting and will be announced at
W4ALN, Tom Alsobrook and With these two stations operating a later date. The SJARC pledges
W4MXN, Harry Brewton. Members mobile from their automobiles, and, its help and support to the com-
unable to attend were W4SGG, the others on auxiliary power Port munity. Many times it is necessary
Pope Fendley and W4CCA/4 Hu- St. Joe citizens can be assured of for someone to try to locate a rel-
bert Hickman. This organization is emergency communications and ative or friend in case of sickness
in cooperation with the Gulf Coun- help from other areas in case of or death, or get an emergency
ty Civil Defense director, and its disaster. This organization will message 'through to them. The
main purpose is to furnish emer- meet each fourth Monday night in hams of St. Joe stand ready and
agency communications in case of a the month at 8:00, on 3820 kilo- anxious to lend a hand.
disaster, such as hurricanes, tor- cycles for an "on the air" drill. The club congratulates K4UPI
nadoes, etc. At the meeting on Monday night Gene on receiving his general
The main topic for discussion at the hams formed the "St. Joe class license.


52 Students On

PSJ High School

Honor Roll

The Port St. Joe High School
announces its Honor Roll for the
second sixth week period of the
1958-59 school year.
All 'A' Honor Roll
,Coleman Tharpe, 10A, Norman
Hall, 10C, Stephen Whealton, 11A,
Patsy Lewis, 12, Sandra Bracewell,
1,2, Peggy Chafin, 12, June Marlin,
12, Kate Tillman, 12.
'A' and 'B' Honor Roll
Seventh Grade: Sandra Bass, My-
ron Merritt, John Scott, Katrina
Ferris, Kennith Dykes, Leon Hobbs
David Porter, Ellis Stevens, For-
rest Van Camp, June McKenzie,
Patsy Patterson, Ellen. Scisson
and Diane Dreher.
Eighth grade: Johnny Chafin.
Ninth Grade: Mary Dell Ramsey,
Marina Punt, Ellen Kennington,
Kay Creech, Sandra Brown, Rich-
ard Thompson, C. J. Giddens,
James Gibson, ('h .!- Fensom,
Freddy Bowdoin, Tony Maige. Di-
anne-Hannon, Alice Land, Mildred
Tillman and Andrea Martin.
Tenth Grade: Madeline Gill, Rod-
ney Spaulding and Howard Lovett,
Eleventh Grade: Coral Lee Arm-
strong, Diane Lay and Frances
Spears.
Twenfth Grade: Elizabeth Ann
Browne, Sandra Smith, Wilma Nell
Thursday, Judy Fensom, Beverly
Baldwin, Patty Redd, Gail Roberts
and Tony Barbee.
-K

Moose Club Honors
B&PW At Dinner

The Loyal Order of Moose were
hosts Monday night at a dinner
honoring the new Business and
Professional Women's Club.
The Moose entertained in their
newly refurbished home on Fourth
Street. The guests were served a
buffet supper of baked ham, baked
beans, potato salad, lettuce and
tomato salad, stuffed celery, cran-
berry salad and all the trimmings.
Following the dinner, G. F. Law-
rence,.Governor of the local Lodge
gave a short talk on the goals and
activities of the Moose organiza-
tion. Locally, Lawrence stressed
the current project of preparing
Christmas baskets for the needy.
Mrs. Sue Spaulding, president of
the B & PW, responded to a wel-
come by Lawrence.
About 45 guests were in attend-
ance.

Pope Says "Watch Out
For Woods Fires"

J. H. Pope, Gulf County Dispat-
cher, says that the Christmas holi-
days are just a few days off. The
County Forest Service wishes ev-
eryone a Merry Christmas and a
good time over the holidays.
"But even during this time of
celebration", Pope says, "don't for-
get to be careful in the woods".
Pope pointed out that this time
of the year, the woods are dead
and dry and fire is ever present.
"Let us stay home over the holi-
days, by your being extra careful
in the woods", Pope continued.
If a fire hazard exists near you,
or you see a hazard in the woods,
call your nearest Forest Ranger or
contact H. A. Hardy, at the St.
Joe Tower.
1'






THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1958 t
Recent Visitors tors of Mr. and Mrs. Everitt Bea-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pearson of man on Hunter's Circle. Mrs. Pear-
Muncie, Indiana were recent visi-'son is Mrs. Beaman's sister.


THE STAR
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The spoken word Is lost; the printed word remains.



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Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M.

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Christmas Savings Club
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 $250.00



Florida Bank at Port St. Joe
Member -


Federal Deposit Ins. Corp.


Florida National Group


KEEP GULF COUNTY GREEN


NEWS FROM
Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS


Mrs. Christian Host To
Presbyterian Circle 2
The Presbyterian ladies of Cir-
cle No. 2 met in the home of- Mrs.


WSCS Circle 1 Met
With Mrs. 0. M. Taylor
Methodist Circle 1 of the First
Methodist Church met for its No-


Pvt. Jimmie Griffin of Fort Ruck- member meeting at the home of
er, Ala., spent the week end here Mrs. Clyde Stone. Mrs. 0. M. Taylor with Mrs. J. T.
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cur- Mrs. Willie Enfinger spent the Graves serving as co-hostess.
tis Griffin. week end in Wewahitchka with Mrs. Morgan Jones, circle chair-
,Mr. and Mrs. Troy J. Rhames friends and relatives, man, was in charge of the meet-
and daughter Sue Ellen were visit- Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rich left Sun-
ing his mother, Mrs. A. B. Rhames day for Everglade City where Mrs.
and family. Mr. Rhames has just Rich wil Ivisit with her mother Joe Christian. She served pie a-la
finished a term of five years in he while Mr. Rich works. mode and coffee to the six mem-
Navy, two of which were spent in Mrs. Katherine Brown and daugh- Mrs. Ted Beard, Mrs. Sid Brown,
Sanford. They are making their ter Bobbie are visiting this week in Mrs. Kay Clrk, Mrs. Austin Mal-
residence in Greensboro, North Gaineville. let Mrs. H. M. P un Mal-
Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Harrison and let, Mrs. H. M. Punt.
Sgt. and Mrs. L. A. Chambers daughters of De Funiak Springs The Bible study was on a "Lov-
and daughter, Karen, visitors of are visiting Mrs. Harrison's parents ing Church". The purpose "To
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Daniels have Mr. and Mrs. Buck Lague this week. Awaken Each Member to Their
just completed three years duty in Mrs. Wayne Jones and children !Responsibility to the Church".
Newfoundland. Their home will be left Monday for a three week visit Mrs. Charles Perritt gave the stu-
in Biloxi, Miss. Mrs. Chambers is in Iarpersrville, Ala., with Mlrs. Idy. Each member is urged to be
Mrs. Daniels sister. iJones parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon present at the next meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Capps and T. Lee. -
sons spent the week end in Kinard Junior G. A.'s
with Mr. GCapps parents, Mr. and The Junior G. A.'s of the High-
Mrs. George Capps. land View Baptist Church met Mon-
Sgt. and Mrs. Marvin Owen and day at 4:30. The meeting was called
son of Maxwell Air Force Base, to order by Mrs. Graham. The devo-
Montgomery, Ala., were the week tional reading was taken from Mat- Y
end visitors of their parents, Mr. Ithew 2:1-11. We had seven mem- Y
and Mrs. Ike Watson and other rel- bers present and one visitor. She
atives. Iwas Betty Jean Skipper. We had
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Burke of 50c in offering. Brenda Conley dis- Our TEST-O-MATIC ri
Brewton, Ala., and son, Gib were missed the class with prayer. are available at the
week end visitors here and in Apa- WMU Meeting
lachicola with relatives. The Highland View Baptist WMU -- '
.Mrs. A. J. Raffield and daughters met Monday at 8:00 for their regu- AT C SHEL
and Mrs. Carlos Miles and daughter lar business meeting with nine PATES SHELL
visited Sunday in Cottondale and members present. The meeting c O
Marianna. opened by song "0 For A ThousandcCOR I
Mr. and Mrs. John'Kelley and Tongues To Sing". Prayer was led
daughters of Apalachicola were Sat- by Mrs. Roney. The group repeated
urday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L. the watchword. Scripture was ta-
H. Kelley. ken from Romans 12. All officers
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stone and son present gave their reports. The St 0
visited last week in Greensboro president, Mrs. Ruth Harbuck, dis-
with Mrs. Stone's parents, Mr. and missed the meeting with prayer.


ing and Mrs H. R. Adams, program Ip |C | U l
Chairman, opened the meeting with SC OOl LUICl
a hymn, "0 Little Town of Beth-
Room Menu
The scripture text was taken
from Luke 1:46-55. St. Joe Elementary School
The theme for the program was, Monday, December 15
"How far is it to Bethlehem" and Beef and vegetables, celery sticks
was taken from "The Methodist apple pie, white bread and milk.
Woman" magazine. Tuesday, 'December 16
Pork and rice, snap beans, cab-
Mrs. H. W. Griffin read a very bage slaw, prunes, wheat bread and
appropriate story about the fourth milk.
wise man and a short business Wednesday, December 17
meeting was conducted r after which R a hi-tt i d An .uit._


dleicious refreshments were serv-
ed to the following: Mrs. H. T.
Brinson, Mrs. R. A. Swatts, Mrs.
H W Griffin, Mrs Nettie Anchors,
Mrs Morgan Jones, Mrs. H. R. Ad-
ams, Mrs. 0. M. Taylor, and two
guests, Mrs. E 0 Bradley and the
WSCS president, Mrs W. D. Jones.
The next meeting of the Circle
will be held with Mrs Fennon Tal-
ley.


,spasgeE5 an umeat. Oauce, but-
tered spinach, apple sauce, white
bread, and milk.
Thursday, December 18
Christmas Lunch. Roast turkey,
rice dressing, English peas, cran-
berry and orange relish, Christmas
cookies, rolls and milk.
Friday, December 19
Toasted cheese sandwiches, to-
mato and macaroni, potato sticks,
doughnuts and milk.


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Musicians' interested in a mili-
tary band career are urged to con-
tact Sergeant Blalock for full par-
ticulars on the Third Army band
program. His address is 23 West
Oak Avenue, Panama City, Florida
each Monday, Tuesday and Friday.

BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Grayson
Whitaker announce th ebirth of a
son, Donald Dexter on November-20.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clydell Too-
tle announce the birth of a daugh-
ter, Sandra Jo on November 26.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bochem an-
nounce the birth of a son, Ernest
John, November 20.
Mr. and Mrs. Selma Lee Taylor
announce the birth of a boy, Harvey
Leonard on November 24.
Mr. and Mrs. James Rudolph
Kirkland announce the birth of a
baby girl, Wanda Gall on Novem-
ber 27.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roland
Wilson announce the birth of a boy
Charles Ronald on November 26.
Mr. and Mrs. Fabian Joseph
Paffe announce the birth of a baby
girl, Elaine Marie on November 24
,Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Emory Bash
am announce the birth of a son
Dennis Mitchell on November 25.
(All births occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital in Port St. Joe.)


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1958


Whenever and wherever an integration-agitating propagan-
dist, white or Negro, raises his harebrained voice, he should be
shouted down as a public enemy of good racial relations in
America.
/ --- Mobile Register


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Musicians May Join Army
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Sergeant A. C. Blalock, the Uni-
ted States Army Recruiter in Pan-
area City, said this week that quali-
fied musicians may now enlist in
the Army to play with a band on a
post of their choice in the Third
United States Army area.
The local recruiter said that the
Department of the Army has made
special provisions in this area in
order for musicians to serve with
an Army band near their home.
At the present there are band
vacancies at Fort McClellan, Ala-
bama, and at Fort Rucker, Alabama.
Four Georgia Army posts have va-
cancies in their bands. They are
Fort Benning, Fort Gordon, Fort
McPherson and Fort Stewart. Fort
Bragg, in North Carolina, has band
openings as does Fort Jackson,
South Carolina.
In addition, the recruited said va-
cancies exist at Fort Campbell,
Kentucky.
The following instruments are in-
cluded in the vacancy lists: Cornet,
STrumpet, Baritone, French Horn,
Trombone, Tuba, Flute, Oboe, Clar-
inet, Bassoon, Saxophone, Drums
and Piano.
,4ergaant Blalock emphasizedd
that the new band program is open
to former servicemen as well as
youths with no prior military ser-
vice. He said, however, that only
male musicians are eligible at this
,time.


Carrots for the Rabbit
Have you made your Christmas Seal contribution? Many
of your neighbors have, according to the Gulf County Tuberculo-
sis Association. Are you one of the ones who have not? Did
you say to yourself, "They won't miss my small gift."
But your small gift is the whole point of the Christmas
Seal Sale. It was founded on the principle that small contribu-
tions from the many, many people who want to see TB licked
will do the job. The TB association people don't high-pressure
their friends and neighbors into contributing. They don't solicit
in stores and factories or ask for payroll deductions. They don't
ring doorbells or solicit by phone. They trust implicitly in a let-
ter explaining why money is needed to fight TB, a letter you re-
ceive and answer in private. In the more than 50 years of the
Christmas Seal Sale their faith has been rewarded annually.
But you're still asking, "What difference will my few dollars
make?" Here5s one small example out of many. In a laboratory
in Philadelphia rabbits are nibbling on carrots. These rabbits,
which like any other rabbits, have been bred for generations for
one purpose -- to find out why some get sick when infected
with TB germs and others do not. Some day this research may
lead to a method of making us' all resistant to tuberculosis.
Christmas Seal funds help support this research. But if
that support has to be withdrawn because there isn't enough
money? If there aren't enough carrots to feed those rabbits?
How about it? Send your contribution today.


A Splendiforous Parade, Gentlemen

We have heard on many sides that Thursday's Santa Claus
parade is the biggest thing that has ever happened in Port St.
Joe in so far as getting out the people is concerned.
We agree. The Merchants Division of the Port St. Joe
Chamber of Commerce, are to be roundly congratulated for their
fine celebration Thursday night.
The crowd of people attending the affair was the biggest
we have ever seen in Port St. Joe for any event bar none.
Certainly the floats and the entire production carried out
the spirit of Christmas. We cannot say enough good things
about the response that the Merchant's Division receive on differ-
ent organizations floats in the parade. 0. C. Dykes and his parade
committee are to be congratulated for formulating the best parade
ever to hit Port St. Joe with the possible exception of the parade
in 1938 observing the Centennial Celebration. All of the float
- builders did a fine job.
One of the most heartening things about the Christmas
parade is that it went over so good that people are already mak-
r ing plans for next year. That's a good sign.
S We're proud of the showing our town made. And we are
especially proud of the Merchant's Division for putting forth the
effort to give us a Christmas parade that is causing people to talk
for miles around.


Survey Shows Negroes

Prefer Separate Schools
Proof of what has been obvious all over the South all along
is found in the results of a Texas survey: The clamorous agita-
tion for racially integrated schools does not come from the rank-
and-file Negro population.
One of that state's leading newspapers has determined by
examining the record in Texas that "Given a choice, Texas Negroes
show a preference for segregated schools." -
Richard M. Morehead, a staff writer of the Dallas Morn-
ing News, sums up in those words the feeling that prevails among
Negroes in the Lone Star State.
This feeling not only is widely reflected in actual school
experience over the state, but "several school boards, in fact, have
been requested by Negroes not to abolish the separate schools."
Examples of the preference of Negroes for segregated
schools, as cited by Mr. Morehead in :his article in the Dallas
paper, include:
"Amarillo abolished segregation in 1956. The district has
22,203 white and 1,229 Negro pupils. One Negro, a part-time
student, chose to attend high school with white pupils. All
others enrolled in separate schools reported Superintendent Bob
Ashworth."
Superintendent Ashworth explained that "thus far we have
had no Negroes enrolled full-time in a previously all-white school,
or vice versa."
In Austin, the state capital, the "four high schools have
been desegregated for three years. This fall, the policy was
extended to the ninth grade in junior high. Approximately 1,100
Negroes are eligible to attend class in Austin with white students.
Thirty-one chose to do so. The others attend all-Negro classes."
And in Lubbock, which has a public school enrollment of
20,888 white and 2,111 Negro pupils, "six Negroes are attending
class with 1,103 whites. The other 2,105 Negroes are segregated
by choice, reported Superintendent Nat Williams."
The record shows, Mr. Morehead points out, that "in many
cases, Negroes pass up a nearby white school to study with their
own race in a more distant school." He observes, too, that "Ne-
groes frequently object to losing separate schools."
This widely demonstrated preference of Texas Negroes for
racially segregated schools is a manifestation of good sense on
their part. It proves what is true regionally in the South that
the school integration demand comes not from the Negro people
generally but from agitating radicals and their' dupes in both the
white and Negro races.
These radical agitators and their dupes are a menace to
amicable, sensible relations between the races and consequently
a menace to the national interest. As such, they deserve the sever-
est condemnation by both the white people and the Negro peo-
ple of this country.


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Miss Sarah Ceva Philyaw, whose was a handsome pair of silver can-
engagement to Donald Charles Jae- delabras holding green tapers and
ger of Long Island, New York and white blossoms which gave an
Orlando, has recently been announ- epergne effect. On the small table
ced was the guest of honor Satur- where the bridal gift was displayed
day at a beautiful bridal tea. The was a nosegay made of beautiful
hostesses were Mrs. L. R. Sanders, white bride roses. Miss Philyaw
Miss Anne Lee Allison and Mrs. received her guests wearing an ori-
Rubye A. Adams, aunts of the'gina Imodel white jersey trimmed
bride-elect. The Sanders home in in white satin with corsage of
suburban Lake City was the sett- green cyprideduims orchids.
Ing for this happy occasion. Receiv-
ing with Mrs. Sanders and Miss Assisting the hostesses in car-
Philyaw were Mrs. H. C. Philyaw ing for their guests were Mrs. J.
and Mrs. E. A. Wright, Jr D. Bishop, R. S. Chapman, J. Frank
A color motif of green and white Cheek, E. A. McColskey, W. R. Og-
was used in decorating the party den, J C. Ellis, Carson Brittian,
rooms. On the mantel just behind R. A. George, W. L. Maxwell, J.
the receiving line was an arrange- D. Crabb, Gayle McFadden, E. A.
mnet of white Fugi mums and Wright, Sr., J Russ Davis, G. A.
snapdragon, .tall green tapers in Warren, Mildred Null, A. Jones,
crystal holders were placed on el- Walter S. Williams,. H. Dickens,
their aide. Mrs. Adams presided at Misses Sue McManus, Carol Thom-
the f-ao teathl wh ih ichwas ovmrlald


with an exquisite linen and lace
hand embroidered cloth. Balancing
the tea service was an antique sil-
ver bowl filled with the same white
flowers. Complimenting the ar-
rangement were graceful garlands
of miniature string smilax. Silver
trays holding dainty sandwiches,
cakes and mints further carried
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as, Ruth Sims, and Kay Hartsfield.
Guests calling were about 200
which included the following out of
town guests; Mrs. Walter B. Rut-
land, St. Petersburg; Mrs. Allen
Goforth, Orlando; Mrs. Phil Stan-
baugh, Gainesville; Mrs. J. L.
Schmidt, Tallahassee; Mrs. Stan-
ley McCaskill, Mrs. Harold Shad,
Jacksonville; Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Miss
Sue McManus, Winter Park; Mrs.
H. C. Philyaw, Port St. Joe; Mrs.
E. A. Wright, Jr., Eau Gallie; Mrs.
W. A. Saunders, White Springs;
Mrs Mildred Weldon, Live Oak.
Miss Philyaw, formerly of Port
St. Joe, but now of Winter Park,
has many friends here which she
made while living with her aunt,
Mrs. Sanders.
Dnner Guests
Mrs. S. M. Goodson and Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Barr of Greensboro
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Ferrell Sunday. Mrs .Goodson
is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Ferrell.
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DRESSES $12.95
Reg. $19.95
DRESSES $10.95
Reg. $16.95
DRESSES $6.95
Reg. up to $10.95
1 RACK of DRESSES for GIRLS $3.95
Reg. up to $10.95
BAN LON SWEATERS $3.95
Reg. $4.95
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First Baptist WMU
Meets At Church
The WMU of the First Baptist
Church met at the church Decem-
ber 1 at 3:00 p.m. for their week
of prayer program with 32 present.
The meeting was opened with the
repeating of Ephesians 2:12 and
all singing, "The Light of the.
World Is Jesus'".
The program, taken from the
Royal Service magazine, was en-
titled, "Hope of The World" and
was presented by members of Cir-
cle I. The benediction was by the
WMU president, Mrs. C. E. Martin.

Miss Ann Belin Observes
10th Birthday With Part
Miss Ann Belin, whose tenth
birthday was Sunday, December 7
was honored with a hamburger sup-
per Saturday night by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Belin.
Helping Ann to celebrate this
occasion were Edith McLawhon,
Ray Ramsey, Christie Coldewey,
Betty Tomlinson, Jake Belin, Joan
Fite, Jake Nichols, Carol Johnson,
Michele Anchors, Steven Majors,
Cherrie White, Andy Trammel and
Carol Wager.
Mrs. Harry. McKnight helped
with entertaining the guests.

Wesleyan Service
Guild Met Tuesday
The Wesleyan Service Guild of
the First Methodist Church met at
the Church Tuesday at 8:00 p.m.
The president, Mrs. Marion Parker
presided over the meeting. The
meeting was opened by prayer, by
Mrs. Parker.
Mrs. John Beasley gave the spir-
itual life program entitled, "The
Mystery of Goodness". The meet-
ing was closed with prayer by Mrs.
Beasley.
Mrs. Joe Stevens and Mrs. Ver-
na Smith, hostesses for the occa-
sion served refreshments to: Mrs.
Marion Parker, Mrs. H. T. Brinson,
Mrs. Buck Walters, Mrs. Doris
Whealton, Mrs. John Beasley and
Mrs. Howard Blick.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to htank the people of
White City for their deeds of kind-
ness during e death of our mo-
ther.
MRS. JAMES HARPER
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ST. JAMES' CHURCH CST. Celebration of the Holy Corn- THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
EPISCOPAL union and sermon at St. John's THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1958
Rev. G. D. Underhill, Rector Church, Wewahitchka.
The Third Sunday in Advent, De- The public is cordially invited to kindness and many other acts of
cember 14. 7:30 a.m., Celebration worship with us and is assured of your sympathy during the death of
of the Holy Communion followed a warm welcome. our father.
by a breakfast and meeting for teh W--- We pray God's richest blessings
Episcopal Churchmen. 9:45 a.m., I CARD OF THANKS on you all.
Church school. 6:30 p.m. The Epis- I May we offer our 'heartfelt thanks T. L. (Buster) Tillman
copal Young Churchmen. 7:00 p.m, for the flowers, prayers, deeds of family


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FOR SALE
-Three bedroom hom on Mc-
Clellan Ave. Reasonable.


FOR RENT: Furnished cottages FOR SALE: Crochet pieces. See -Three bedroom home with
and garage apartments, two to Mrs. Catherine Whitaker, be- den on Marvin Ave. Pay own-
four bedroom. For permanent or tween 6th and 7th St., in Highland ers equity.
temporary occupancy. Reasonable View. ltp -Beach Lots, Cape San Bias
rates by month or week. See Mrs. Shores Subdivision. Terms to
C. E. Thompson, Beacon Hill, or FOR SALE: Chihuahua puppies, suit you.
Call BAIl 9-1184. Costin's Cottages, mal.e See Mr. Baugh at Big Ga- FOR RENT
Beacon Hill. tfc-9-4 tor Trailer Park, Mexico Beach. It -Three bedroom, two bath ap-
artment, St. Joe Beach.
FOR RENT: See Mrs. Shirey foFOROR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 411 -Three bedroom home with big
apartments and houses, furnished Iola St. See Clio Adkison. 3tp front porch, St. Joe Beach.
eud unfurnished. Phone 7-8058. tfc -We are building 15 new
SEWING WANTED: All types. homes here in Port St. Joe on
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. Monogramming. Third St. across Bellamy Circle. These houses
1505 Monument Ave. or Phone from Assembly of God Church in Bellamy Crcle These houses
7-5771. tfe-10-23 Highland View. Mrs. Akens. 3tp are being b uilt under FHA
SGOOD NEWS for older man. Real interested in owning your own
FOR RENT: Furnished cottage at opportunity for a profitable Raw- home, now is the time to buy.
Beacon Hill. Reasonable. See igh business in Gulf County and -2 bedroom house, Overstreet,
las R. Stone or phone 7-7161. tfc Port St. Joe. Write Rawleigh's, Florida. Priced to sell.
FOR RENT: Five room unfurnish- Dept. FAL-101-BLK, Memphis, E. TOM PRIDGEON
ed house at 301 Woodward Ave. Tenn. Reg. Real Estate Broker
$35.00 per month. Call Ben Dickens Box 735 Ph. BAll 7-7741
$35.00 month. Call Ben ickens LOST: Nurse's pin, bhle and gold. 411 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe
Sat BAll 7-2281. tc-11-6 Jackson Memorial Hospital, Mia- ------
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished mi, Florida. Name: Roberta Louise ..
.apartment. On 7th St. $40.00 per Haile and year, 1939, engraved on
month. See W. 0. Anderson. back. Finder please call Gulf Co. FOR SALE
Health Department, 7-3141 or Call Nice house on 9th St., only 5 yrs.
3Rt RENT: 2 small furnished hou- Mrs. E. C. Harden, Jr., collect at old. 2 bedrooms, living room, din-
ses. 1 and 2 bedroom, $40 and Wewahitchka, NE 9-2423. tfc-12-4 ing room and kitchen combined.
-5 per month. Frank LeHardy, Den, bath, utility.room. This house
Phone 7-5341. tfc-12-4 R. A. M.---Regular convocation of is small but very compact and at-
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. tractive. Floors are tile.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- Duplex ideally located on two
One block from town. Mrs. .-has. ing brothers welcome. R. W. Smith, lots. Each unit contains 2 bedrooms,
"Browne. 305 6th St. tffc High Priest. H. R. Malge, Secretary. living room, dinette and kitchen
combined, bath. Large oak tree in
front yard, garage at rear of pro-
prety. A good investment property
at $8,600.00.
Well established home. 3 bed-
rooms, 2 baths, living room, din-
ette and kitchen combined, separ-
ate dining room. Large den, utility
room, screened porch and car port.
Very ample closets and storage fa-
cilities. Attractively landscaped
yards. Reasonably priced. McCrel-
]an Avenue.
FOR RENT: Trailer space at Mex-
ibo Beach. All facilities available,
very reasonable rates.
COASTAL REALTY CO.
Wliliam J. Rish, Reg. Broker
Ruth C. Soule, Reg. Salesman
116 Mon. Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla.
Keys Made While You Wae:
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and TRAILERS
Re-el Parts and Repairs
FOR FAST, EFFICrENT PLUMB-.
/ ING SERVICE. Call Bill's Plumb-
ing. Phone 7-7846 or 7-8161. tfc
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
Ing money see us for anything
on. need in your home. STOP and
00+ SWAP StHOP.
NEW CAR OWNERS: Protect that
4 bright new upholstery with tailor
made seat covers. Many fabrics to
SPECIAL choose from. Butler's Trim Shop.
Powered by 2 SALE PRICE Corner Second and Reid.
Flashlight Batteries SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfe-S-2
S- SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. O.
0. F.--Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
B. B. CONKLIN, N. G.
visiting brethren Invited.
J. C. MARTIN, Secty.
and to af a god SAMSONIT THERE WILL BE a regular com-
..and to al a good SAMSONIT munication of Port St. Joe Lo o ge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
Sam sonite third Thursday at 8:00 p.m
g ROBERT W. MITH, W.M.
ROY L. BTUROH, Secty.
Ail Master Masons cordially invited
smart looking.., longer lasting... biggest value LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
S] es "worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
A. Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
."son, Phone 7-7501.
,._ ; THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
t Ing first and. third Monday nights
., S o00 p.m., American Legion Home
UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
furniture In k old? Bring it to


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6 for $1.00

HAMBURGERS
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ROAST TURKEY & Dressing ROAST SIRLOIN of BEEF
Broccoli Spears, Creamed Potatoes, Sweet Peas,
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Shrimp Salad Combination Salad
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BUY A CHRISTMAS TREE
that ca be planted in the yard after Christmas, and enjoy a-
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We have a limited number of
CEDRUS DEODORA -- priced from $2.50 to $5.00
ALSO GIVE A LIVING GIFT FOR CHRISTMAS THAT
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We have over 100 Varieties of Camellias
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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. STONE
/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

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


Historical Society
(Continuod from page 1)
men have devoted a lifetime to
the study and preservation of
Northwest Florida History and are
considered among the deans of
Florida history.
Plans were made for the drafting
of a charter and much time was
devoted to the discussion of the
plans for the future association.
The temporary officers elected
were: President, T. T. Wentworth,
Jr., of Pensacola; Vice-President,
Dr. Ralph Wager of Panama City;
Secretary and Treasurer, Dr. Rod-
gers of Florida State University,
Tallahassee.
Tmong the 18 'persons present
were the following from Port St.
Joe: Mrs. Ned S. Porter, Mrs. Hor-
ace Soule, Mrs. Fred Maddox, Mrs.
Hubert Brinson and Charles B.
Smith.
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