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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 18, 1958
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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MONEY TALKS-L-et'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"


jORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


TWENTY-SECOND YEAR

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ETAOIN SHRDLU
by Wk i.tEY R. RAMSEY


Nobody cbani accuse our dear "Un-
cle Sam of being a bully.
Our Uncle is far from that. In
fact, some nations may' just give
him the opposite label.
We' wonder if it ever occurred
to John Foster :and "Sam Snead"
Eisenhower, that the Germans are
telling :thblr conquerors just what
they will do.
As I understand, we are officially
still at war with Germany as long
as we occupy the nation. We are
their 'victors and it would seem
to me that itiwould.be up to the
U. S.. to do the telling about the
status of Berlin and not the lis-
tening.
Of course, that's just one p"er-
son's opinion on the matter.

We. noticed in the minutes of
the County Commission at their
last meeting that the County Board
'talked about the advisability of
doing all of the County's purchas-
ing that was possible within Gulf
County.
A more needed resolution, we
cannot think of. Between the
County and the School Board,
over a million dollars of money
Is spent by Gulf County each
and everyy' year. Gulf county's
economy could well use that ex-
penditure..
We -especially noted Commission-
er Strickland's objections on the
grounds that some materials are
not readily obtainable in Gulf
County and that they should be
bought wherever obtainable in or-
der to keep things operating.
We' agree with Commissioner
Strickland that things should be
kept running as well as possible.
'But what Mr. Strickland, as well
as a. lot of other people, forgets is
that Gulf County merchants can
order what they 4 .N.. av. In stock
just as easily, and in a lot of In-
stances, easier, than the County
can do so.
Gulf County merchants usually
have a much more efficient system
of ordering, a greater choice of
items. and prices, and gelnreally
quicker "services than the county
can get.
We think this should be kept in
mind.
We don't think any operation of
the county would be jeapordized by
waiting a few days for something
to be ordered.
And we believe that should this
policy be carried out 100% in Coun-
ty buying to keep their dollars in
Gulf County, about the second or
third time they went back after
something, they would find that
County merchants would have their
particular items in stock.
A merchant, no matter where
he is, is not going to stock an
item or items that he cannot sell.
And how Is a County merchant'
going to know what the County
operations need, unless they re-
ceive a chance to supply them?
This idea of informing all coun-
ty divisions to purchase their needs
in the county was shelved until a
future meeting, but we hope that
it will become an actuality at their
next meeting. It will, put a mighty
good taste in County merchant's
mouths around tax collecting time.

We see by the papers where
Governor Collins and some of his
men are talking about limited in-
tegration in Florida to strengthen
Florida's assignment law,
We don't know about that being
such a good idea.
In our opinion, the Supreme
Court is slowly but surely backing
down from its stern actions of last
year and the first half of this
year.
As an example, we see where
they are not now saying that their
edict said, "schools must integrate"
The wording that the Supreme
Court is now giving to their edict
is, "No school supported by' tax
money (public funds) can deny
its services to a citizen"-Or words
to that effect. This, and the Court's
acceptance of Alabama's school
placement law, leads us to think
that they are going to soften up
the pressure in areas where years
of inrooted custom are being de
molished.
(We believe that this is a time
to sit tight and wait.

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


S. Annual Chur ence.




SCrusade Um w -.-Here


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FIRE CHIEF CHARLES WALL (right) presents G. F. Lawrence, Moose Lodge Governor with
$25.00 won by the Fire Department in the Christmas parade. The money will be used for the
annual Moose Christmas basket fund. Looking on are Moose, Coleman Tharpe, Jack Ham-
mock and Warren Paraseau and firemen R. H. Ellzey and Joe Stevens. ( photo)


Rotary Club Bringing Santa Claus

To Port St. Joe Saturday Afternoon

The Port St. Joe Rotary Club is bringing Santa Claus
to Port St. Joe this Saturday afternoon for a visit with local
children. Santa will be at the City Park at the foot of
Fifth Street at 3:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon to talk to all
Sthe kiddies of this area and to give them a gree gift con-
taining candy and fruit.
Prior to his visit in the park, Santa will tour the city
on the back-of the fire truck waving to all the children and
inviting them out to the park to visit with him.
The Rotary Club has an annual project of bringing
Santa Claus to town just before Christmas, to get his last
minute instructions from the boys and girls just before his
big night.
In du'..jn to the visit from Santa, the Club has ar-
ranged for carol singing and a short Christmas service at
the park.
The Rotary Club and Santa Claus invites everyone to
be their special guests Saturday.


Gideons Place Bibles

In Hospital Rooms

The Gideons have come to Port
St.. Joe and placed Bibles in every
room at the Municipal Hospital.
Deloy Barineau, of Tallahassee,
and a representative of the Gideons
came to Port St. Joe last Friday
and placed 37 whole Bibles in the
hospital.
The Gideons place Bibles in pub-
lic institutions such as hospitals,
hotels, and motels throughout the
world. The Bibles are presented
free of charge, and are 'paid for by
donations made to the Gideon So-
ciety, which is made up entirely of
Christian laymen.
The Gideons made the local pre-
sentation at the request of the Port
St. Joe Ministerial Alliance.
The Bibles were presented in a
brief but impressive ceremony at
which Mr. Barineau explained the
work and mission of the Gideons.
Present at the ceremony were:
Rev. Harry M. Punt, Rev. Allen R.
Price, Rev. C. Byron Smith, Rev.
E. L Gilliland, Rev and Mrs Cecil
Lundy, Rev. James Hill, Mrs.
Richard Saunders, Mrs. R. H. Mc-
Intosh, Mrs. George W. Cooper,
Mrs. W. M. Chafin, Mrs C G Cos-
tin, Sr., R. W. Henderson, Mrs.
Tee Hicks, Mrs. Mary Parker, C.
F. Kelley, Mrs. Bernice Richard-
son, Mrs. Audrey Conner and Miss
Minerva McLane.


Miss Minerva McLane, admin-
istrator of the Port St. Joe Mu-
nicipal Hospital is presented a
Bible for her office by Deloy
Barineau, of Tallahassee, a rep-
resentative of the Gideon Bible
Society.


City Planning To


Better Get Your Letters To
Santa Claus In Now!

Kiddies! Again we remind you
that The Star will publish all
letters to Santa Claus in its is-
sue for next week, to come out
Wednesday morning, Christmas
eve.
All letters are being saved for
this issue and we now have a
flock of them.
If you haven't mailed your let-
ter or card to Santa Claus yet, be
sure to do it before Monday
noon so it will get in next
week's paper.
There is no charge. The Star
will make sure that Santa sees
your letter aftir nve have printed
it.
Be sure to sign your full name
to your letter, so Santa will know
just which "Bobby" or "Betty"
it came from.


SElementary School


Star Will Be

Early Next Week

Your copy of The Star will be
coming to you a day early next
week due to the Christmas holi-
days.
The last press run will be
made on the paper Tuesday af-
ternoon and put into the mails
on Wednesday morning.
We would appreciate it if you
could have the news of all your
meetings, Christmas parties, etc.
in. to The Star office no later
than Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. Of
course, if you could have your
news ready earlier, it would be
appreciated by our staff who is
wanting to take Christmas off.
The Star will be closed next
week from Christmas day thru
the remainder of the week.

.K

Pate Will Head

Petroleum Council


Leroy Bowdoin Is Selected To

Head Up Laymen's Crusade

The Layman's Crusade for Better Church Attendance in
Gulf County for the coming year, got under way Thursday, De-
cember 11. The Attendance Crusade will be a county-wide event
with all churches participating.


W. C. Pridgeon

P sses Away

Wednesday

William Clarence Pridgeon, age
65, passed away yesterday morning
at 2:00 a.m. in the Municipal Hos-.
pital. Pridgeon had been a patient
in the hospital for a week follow-
ing a heart .attack.
Pridgeon was a native of Gulf
County. He was born in Wewahitch-
ka. He came to Port St. Joe from
Panama City in 1936 to manage the
Quality Grocery and Market.. He
had retired from the grocery busi-
ness earlier this year.
Pridgeon was a veteran of World


Frank Pate, operator of the War 1. He was a charter. member
Shell Service Station here in Port of the Willis V. Rowan, Post 116,
St. Joe, was elected chairman of American Legion and a member of
the Gulf County Petroleum Coun- the First'Baptist Church.
cil at a meeting held Friday, De- Funeral services for W. C. Prid-
cember 11, at the City Hall. J. L. geon will be held Friday, Decem-
Miller, of the Standard Oil Corn- ber 19, at 3:00 p.m. from, the First
pany, was elected vice chairman Baptist Church here in Port St. Joe.
and named to the post of secre- The pastor, Rev. C. Byron .Smith
tarv was J. H. Greer of Greer's ,,, offia TInterme-nt w ilTbi he in


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Standard Service Station.
The ,principal speaker of the


meeting was Frank H. Owen, Jack-
sonville, Executive Secretary of
the Florida Petroleum Council.
Owen discussed "Signposts to
Progress", the six objectives of the
Florida Petroleum Council which


Buy Trucks, Car Xmas Program Today

The City of Port St. Joe began The annual Christmas program
making plans to buy several new of ;the Port St. Joe Elementary
veicesa'- nIr- reg- u ----Iar meeting,-


vehicles at their regular meeting
Tuesday night.
The Commission instructed the
heads of departments of the City
to begin drawing specifications for
the Commission to study toward
the purchase of two 2-ton trucks,
one half-otn pick-up and a new po-
lice car. The department heads
will submit their specifications to
the Commission and then they will
be revised so that all automobile
and truck-dealers may bid on the
vehicles.
The call for bids will be let as
soon as the specifications are com-
plete.
The City accepted a revised map
of the City containing all sub-divi-
sions at their Tuesday meeting.
The map was presented as a gift
by the St. Joe Paper Company.
This is the first map to be drawn
up containing all -of the City sub-
divisions on one map.

Woltz Studios, who recently
took pictures of local children to
be printed in The Star will have
the proofs of these pictures this
afternoon at the Motel St. Joe
at 5:00 p.m.


School will be presented this
afternoon, December 18 by Miss
Joan Marchman's Fifth Grade.
The program will be a Christ-
mas cantata, depicting t h e
Christmas story with Christmas
carols and scripture. The public
is invited.
After the Christmas dinner and
parties the children will be dis-
missed at the regular time for
the holidays. School will be re-
sumed January 5.


Man Injured In

Head-On Collision

One man was injured in a head-
on collision early last Sunday morn-
ing near Mexico Beach Wayside
Park, according to State Trooper,
Travis Aplin.
According to Trooper Aplin,
Richard Arthur Bishop, who is sta-
tioned at Tyndall AFB and lives at
Highland View apparently went to
steep at the wheel of his vehicle
and crashed head-on into a truck
driven by David Nash, Jr., of St.
(Continued -oil Page 4)


FRANK PATE
Chairman
the organization considers to be
fair, not only to the industry and
its customers, but to the state at
large. He also discussed the high-
way financial outlook for Florida
during the three fiscal years, 1959-
-1961.
Representing the Executive Com-
mittee of the Florida Petroleum
Council at this meeting was Tom
McMillan, Standard Oil Company
of Jacksonville.


Football Teams Don't Come Cheap As Sharks Expense-

Income Record for 1958 Will Plainly Show You


How much does it cost to field
a football team in the average
high school. You can get a pretty
good estimate by reading the re-
ceipts-expenses sheet for the 1958
football season at St. Joe High.
During the 1958 football season
the Port S.t Joe High School had
a varsity squad which numbered
36 boys at one time and a Jun-
ior Varsity squad which number-
ed 42 boys at one time. The Var-
sity played nine games and the
Junior Varsity five games.
The expense-Income sheet re-
ports the following figures:
EXPENSES
Equipment $2993.87
Officials 396.60


Guarantees to teams 465.00
Expense of trips, meals, bus dri-
vers, scouting, etc. -.....---- 455.00
Printing 23.69
Medical and Insurance .432.40
Misc. Expense 98.6q.
Total Expenditures ...... $4,865.67
Paid attendance daring the 1958
season was 2,663 adults and 1,687
children for a total of 4,250 paid
admissions.
RECEIPTS
Apalachicola game gate -- $991.75
Marianna game gate ..-- 945.75
Chipley game gate .... 828.00
Blountstown game gate -- 493.99
Bonifay game gate -.--- 653.95
Choctawhatchee gate ... 615.70
Total gate receipts ._ $4,529.14


Junior High Game Donations
Blountstown game -----.... $52.75
DeFuniak Springs game -- 27.25
F. I. S. game 49.50
Carrabelle game ..--------31.30


Other Receipts
Collection for soes, etc.
Walton game guarantee
Quincy game guarantee
Total Gate ....---
Total donations ....----

Total all Receipts .....---
Total Expenditures -...-


-- $37.71
-- 75.00
1.... 00
$4,529.14
.... 160.80
212.71
$4,902.65
$4,865.67


Net Gain $36.98
(Please note that the annual foot-
ball banquet is still to be held.
This will entail an expense of at
least $150.


Holly Hill Cemetery.
Active pallbearers are: E. T.
Pridgeon, Sr., Harl-nd Pridgeon,
Ashley Costin, eXcil G. Costin. Jr.,
Bernard Pridgeon, Jr., and Edward
C. Pridgeon. Honorary pallbearers
will be: Chauncey Costin, G. F.'
Lawrence, Durel Brigman, John G.
Blount, Sam Ford, Wesley Ramsey,
J. 0. Baggett, Henry Campbell,
Walter Richardson. Pick Hollinger,
John McClellan and Joe Ferrell.'
Comforter Funeral Home of Pqrt
St. Joe is in charge of arrange-
ments.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Ruby C. Pridgeon; one daughter,
Mrs. A. D. Harris of Pensacola;
three brothers, S. C. and Bernard
of White City and Earl of Wewa-
hitchka; two sisters, Mrs. C. A. Mc--
Clellan and Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr.,
both of Port St. Joe and two grand-
children.



Post Office Will

Remain Open Saturday

For the convenience of the
mailing public, Postmaster C. L.
Costin has announced that the
local post office will be open alJ
day Saturday, December 20. Nor-
mally the office closes at 12:30
p.m. Saturday, but will be open
from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p..m. Regu-
lar hours will be in effect next
week except Christmas day. The
office will be closed Christmas
day but mail will be distributed
to post office boxes and special
delivery mail will be delivered as-
addressed.
Postmaster Costin suggests
first class postage on all out-of-
town cards after this date as'
first class mail receives priority
in handling. He also suggested
air mail for distant-nmaillng. Spe-
cal delivery will also expedite de-'
livery of letters, cards and par-
cels.


Ministers and laymen from the
several churches in the county met
at the First Methodist Church of
Port St. Joe, to organize and plan
the Crusade on December 11.
Heading the Crusade this year
will be LeRoy Bowdoin, Principal
of the Port St. Joe High School.
Bowdoin received his Bachelor's
degree from Troy State Teachers
College in 1947- and his Master's
Degree from Florida State Univer-


LEROY BOWDOIN
.... Crusade Chairman
sity. He hold a Rank One Certifi-
cate. Bowdoin, who has lived in
Port. St. .Joe for five years, was,
a native of Elba, -Alabama. -He is
a member of the Port. St. Joe Ro-
tary Club, an officer in the High
School PTA, the Little Boys' Base-
ball organization. He is active in
scout work. Bowdoin is a member
of the First Methodist Church'
where he teaches a Sunday Schliool
class.
Second Year of Crusade
year of the Attendance Crusade
in Gulf County. The first year of
the Crusade was under the direc-
tion of Frank Pate. Last year
the Crusade was highly successful
and a definite upsurge in Church
attendance is .expected in this
year's crusade. The Crusade will
run through Easter Sunday.
Committees selected to carry
out the Attendance Crusade work
are as follows: -
Publicity Committee; Will Ram-
sey, chairman. Radio and Televi-
sion, B. A. Collier, Marion Para-
seau, Dr. H. B. Canning and Durel
Brigman. Newspaper: Will Ramsey
and Edward A. Bandjough.
Speakers committee: David C.
-Gaskin, chairman; Jake Belin, Cecil
Costin, Jr. and George Core.
Community Youth Organization
Committee: J. Lamar Miller, chair-
man; Herman Dean, Paul Groom
and Joel Lovett.
Out-of-door advertising: James
Yadon, chairman; Clyde Fite, E.
C. Harden, Sr., Charlie Wall and
Roy Gibson, Sr.
Public Schools: Chap Millergren,
chairman; Hubert Richards, Harry
Herrington and James Ti a' ee-k.
Another meeting will be' held
tonight at 7:00 p.m. at the. First
Methodist Church.

First Baptist Church Plans
Christmas Program Sunday


The First Baptist Church will
Present its annual Christmas pro-
Sll rly gram on Sunday night, December
'Make Xmas Calls Early 21, at 7:30 p.m.
honeCompany ay The program will be a "Sermon
Phone .mpany SayS; In Song", a carol service. The
S, adult choir and junior choir will be
The St. Joseph Telephone and used, telling song the familiar
Telegraph Company urges that you Christmas story and will feature
make your Christmas long distance Mrs. Ruth Foy singing as a solo
phone calls over a period of days. the Appalachian Carol, "I Wonder
J. L. Sharit, vice r.:-.Hd--nt of the As I Wander", and Mrs. Myrtice
company says that phone lines will Chason singing, "Silent Night, Holy
be crowded on Christmas day and Night'.
that to -avoid disappointment in There will be congregational par-
not being able to reach your num- ticipation in several of the num-
ber as quickly as you would like, bers for those who like to sing.
that calls should be made As soon Everyone is cordially invited to
'as possible. 'attend.


NUMBER 12


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We Should Have Won In the Sixties!
You know, it's too bad we didn't lick the living daylights
out of the yankees back in the sixties. Things would have been
much better now. We would have made a reasonable, even a
generous peace, and the reconstruction of both nations would
have been orderly and peaceful. Of course, we have made the
boogers pay for all of our stuff they busted up, but we would
have made friends with them and of them, and the two nations
would have stoo dshoulder-to-shoulder against the world in a
strong alliance. And everybody knows a strong alliance is better
than a mess of a union where one part has no respect for the
rights and wishes of the other part.
We Confederates, then, would have been better off as an,
ally of the US. We would have been eligible for all sorts of aids,
grants, giveaways and not-to-be-repaid loans. Good old Uncle
Sam would have fallen all over himself to build us some dams,
roads, schools, libraries, industrial plants, and most anything else
we wanted. We could have charged big rents on air bases, rocket-
launching stations, navy yards and Ike's vacation grounds. We
could have kept Mr. Dulles brink-walking by day and night, and
called for summit meetings every week end or so. 1
We could have had whatever kind of schools we wanted,
and our laws would have been the laws we wanted and if Mr.
Warren's supreme court didn't like 'em they could lump 'em.
In other words, we would have run our business to suit our-
selves and the yankees would have paid the bills for us. That's
what they are doing all over the world or as much as they can get
to.
It would have suited the yankees better also. We would
have kept our sensible congressmen and senators down south
where they wouldn't have interfered with the liberals'. Them
there spendthrift yankees could have scattered the taxpayers'
mony high, wide and handsome with both hands.
Come to think of it, that's what they are doing anyway.
-- Pike County, Georgia, Journal

Only one thing we would like to add to the above editorial.
If we had won in the sixties, we don't think those liberals' could
be able to scrape up enough money for loans, grants, etc., by
this time to support us in the style we have become accustomed
to, had it not been for our sensible Senators and Congressmen.

Next War Fatal to All
It's official now: World War III definitely would be fatal
to mankind. Not that we didn't have a gnawing awareness of it
before, but it's been officially proclaimed by a nationwide organi-
zation of some 2,200 scientists and engineers of all fields.
This organization, the Federation of American Scientists,
says that the United States, Russia and Great Britain now have
enough nuclear bombs in their assorted stockpiles to. wipe out
every person in the world.
This, of course, would not be from the explosive effects of
atomic bombs alone. We have already been informed that only
a paltry 80 to 100 million persons in this country would be killed
immediately by an all-out nuclear attack.
It is the radiation from these explosions that would really
clean up the place. If the aforementioned sundry stockpiles
were all set off say the scientists, they would cover the earth with
a blanket of radiation intense enough to wipe out all human
beings on land.
This nation has just celebrated its traditional Thanksgiv-
ing. The fact that we were around to celebrate it was reason
enough to observe it.
Pensacola Journal


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NEWS FROM
Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Whitaker
have as their guest Mr. Whitaker's
sister, Miss Effie Whitaker of Wise-
dale
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stone had as
their guests Sunday, Mr. Stone's
sisters and families of Greensboro,
Mr. and Mrs. Eyija Potter and
children and Mrs. Hazel Rudd and
daughters. Mrs. Rudd and daugh-
ter will leave for France Thurs-
day where they will join Sgt. Rudd
for a three year duty with the
armed services.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass and
daughter and grandchildren, Mrs.
Ferrel Evans, and children of
blakely, Ga., visited Mr. and Mrs.
Hoke Glass here and with their
daughter, Miss Laverne Glass of
Port St. Joe over the week end.
Miss Melba Butts of Panama
spent the week end with her par-
ents, Mr. anud Mrs. H. A. Butts.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A Chestnut hda
as their guests over the week, their
son, J R. Chestnut and his wife,
from Macon, Ga., also their son,


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HAMBURGERS
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-HE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1958
Bill Chestnut and wife Betty and Book. The program was dismissed
their son, Steavie and daughter with prayer by using the prayer
Sandra of Panama City. calender and led by Mrs. Lillie
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Skipper and Richter.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Burke had as __
their guests through the week end,
Mrs J L. Parker and her daugh-
ter Janic eand Faye and son Lamar 1


of Holt. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Skip-
per and sons Greg and Jeffery of
Panama City and Donald Skipper
also of Panama City. The offasion
was Mrs. G. W. Skipper's birthday.
Mrs. G. W. Skipper is spending
a few days in Vernon to attend the
funeral of her niece, Mrs Nellie
(Jones) Curlee.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Peterson and
son Ray of Avon Park visited Mr.
and Mrs. Clynton C. Peterson and
family over the week end.
WMU Meets
The Highland View WMU met
at 3:00 p.m. Monday with seven
members present. The program op-
ened with a song, "Take My Life
and Let It Be" followed by scrip-
ture taken from Timothy 2:1-15.
The scripture was read by Mrs.
Ruth Harbuck. Mrs. DuBose led the
group in prayer. The meeting was
taken from the study of the Year


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Sunday Sch6ol 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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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.
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PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) _. 7:45 P.M.

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MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
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PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
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lhat certain individual' wouldn't
strain themselves. Students were
asked to join with them in this
thing, and warned the students via
the morning bulletins and posters
in the halls. Our school grounds
now look better, but not spotless
as we might admit. So this cam-
paign is still on.
Money Making
One of the Council's big problems
is money. T raise money this year
the Council has sold Shark buttons,
decals, and ribbons. Recently the
Student Council gave away a big
box of candy. The lucky person was
Jackie Mitchell.
Homecoming
Homecoming for this year was
kicked off with a parade with some
very nice floats in it. The Home-
coming foes were the Bonifay Blue
Devils. A good ganre was expected,
but the Sharks didn't cooperate as
they smeared Bonlfay 45-0. After
the game there was a dance in
the gym.


Ora ni o our community safe to live in. Slo,
Student Council Is Active Organizatio gangs were used uch as: "Leave
Your Blood at the Bank, Not on
At School; Giving Away Turkeys Now the Road-up pa
Clean-up Campaign
About a month ago it was found
by RICHARD THOMPSON these days, so if you don't win one that some students of PSJHS were
Giving Away Turkeys day, you may win the other, too tired to walk down three steps
Here it almost Christmas time To win these turkeys, get your to a trash can! Consequently, they
again and the High School Student instructions from a member of the just dropped paper cups and ice
Council is going to make two famr- Student Council at their downtown cream and chewing gum wrappers
lies happy and same them some booth on Monday and Saturday Ion the school grounds. Mr. Bowdoin
money by giving away two beauti mornings., looked into this matter and talked
ful turkeys, all dressed and drawn Safety Week Ito the Student Council, who in turn
and ready to'cook. Recently the Student Council pro- declared that it had it from higher
The turkeys are on display at the claimed Safety Week in Port St. up that the students' concession
Quality Grocery and Market. The Joe High School. Posters were plas- stand would be closed if the
drawing for them will be held on tered all over the school to remind grounds were not kept up. This
December 20 and December 22. One students and faculty members of brought on a clean-up campaign.
turkey will be given away each of their responsibilities to help keep The Council spaced trash cans so


College-Career Day
Next semester It will be time
for the annual College-Career Day.
Seniors from the surrounding
towns of Wewahitchka, Apalachi-
cola, Blountstown and Carrabelle
will be invited. To choose which
careers and colleges will be repre-
sented, the Council has each pupil
who it to attend fill out a form
and send it in. From these, speak-
ers are chosen to come and lecture
on their profession or college.
Citizen of the Month
Each month the faculty nomin-
ates three people from Senior High
and three people from Junior High
for "Citizen of the Month". The
student body then votes for the
one of their choice and the winner
is announced the following assem-
bly. The nominees are students who
show good conduct, friendliness,
and a willingness to help others.
District Convention
Approximately two months ago
the district Student Council Con-
vention was held in Tallahassee at
Leon High School. The delegates
from Port St. Joe were Sonny Eells
and Richard Thompson. A great
deal was learned from other schools
about an iitra-club council, a hand-
book, and making money.
Our Sponsor, Mr. Moore
We of the St. Joe High School
-Student Council wish to express
our deepest gratitude to one who
has helped and guided us well this
year, Mr. James Moore. Mr. Moors


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by giving magnificent presents,
and save money at the same time.
Impossible? Not at all. A truly
luxurious gift is useful and dur-
able; if a gift is useless, it's not
a luxury-it's a waste.
These gleaming gifts for the
sportsman or sophisticate are as
durable as they are bcautin-',
since they are all made of stain-
less steel.
Men take pride in entertaining,
tnd more so with an unusual din-
ner-bell cocktail shaker that com-
bines stainless steel with wood.
An extra ashtray is always wel-
come for his den or bedroom, and
cigarette stains wipe off this
stainless one with a damp rag.
Or e.t him proudly carve the
roast with this "he-man" carving
set.
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- all are sensibly designed in
irust-proof stainless steel.
If fishing is his fancy, he will
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By stressing quality and use-
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a graduate of Troy State Uni\er-
sity. This is his second year as a
faculty member of St. Joe High
and his first as Student Council
sponsor. He has helped greatly on
all our projects and advised us
wisely. Also, he drove the conven-
tion delegates to Tallahassee. .
Mr. Moore is respected and very
well liked at St. Joe High.
Again, we salute him!
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GREGORY PECK, an Easterner come to the Old West, meets Jean
Simmons, owner of a ranch which is much coveted by her two
fueding neighboringranch-owners because it controls the water sup-
ply. A warmth of understanding springs up between them and she
agrees to sell her land to, him. He in turn agrees to end the neigh-
bors' fued by letting them share the water equally. In so doing
however, he only intensifies the bitter fued. This is part of the ex-
citing story of "The Big Country", directed by !William Wyler in
Technicolor and Technirama, playing Thursday and Friday at the
Port Theatre through United Artists release.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY PORT THEATRE


It's six babies and all girls at
the Municipal Hospital. 'Surely
they will all grow up to be beau-
tiful' young ladies. Port St. Joe's
new citizens are as follows.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Dent Gar-
gus announce the birth of a daugh-
ter, Patricia Darlene on December
1.
Mr. and Mrs. William Shelton
Quarles, Jr., announce the birth of
a baby girl, Susan Elizabeth on
.December 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucious Lesley
Rushing announce the birth of a
daughter, Tammy Susan on Decem-
ber 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie James an-
:nounce the birth of a daughter,
IVicki Lynn on December 10.


Mr. and Mrs. William James.
Guilford announce the birth of a
little daughter, Shari Lee on De-
cember 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anthony
Storch announce the birth of a
baby girl, Linda Darlene on Decem-
ber 18.
(All births occurred at the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital).
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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. tfe-9-4
FOR RENT: See Mrs. Shirey for
apartments and houses, furnished
end unfurnished. Phone 7-8058. tfec
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
1505 Monument Ave. or Phone
7-5771. tfc-10-23
FOR RENT: Furnished cottage at
Beacon Hill. Reasonable. See Si-
las R. Stone or phone 7-7161. tfe
FOR RENT: Five room unfurnish-
ed house at 301 Woodward Ave.
$35.00 per month. Call Ben Dickens
E.t BAll 7-2281. tfc-11-6
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment. On 7th St. $40.00 per
menth. See W. 0. Anderson.
08 RENT: 2 small furnished hou-
ses. 1 and 2 bedroom, $40 and
. ) per month. Frank LeHardy,
Phone 7-5341. tfc-12-4

FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
One block from town. Mrs. .'has.
Browne. 305 6th St. tfc

FOR RENT: Two story house with
two bedrooms. Inquire at 520 8th
St. or call 7-4706.


FOR SALE

FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 411
Iola St. See Clio Adkison. Stp
SEWING WANTED: All types.
Monogramming. Third St. across
from Assembly of God Church in
Highland View. Mrs. Akens. 3tp
GOOD NEWS for older man. Real
'opportunity for a profitable Raw-
leigh business in Gulf County and
Port St. Joe. Write Rawleigh's,
Dept. FAL-101-BLK, Memphis,
Tenn.
LOST: Nurse's pin, blue and gold.
Jackson Memorial Hospital, Mia-
mi, Florida. Name: Roberta Louise
Halle and year, 1939, engraved on
back. Finder please call Gulf Co.


Health Department, 7-3141 or Call
Mrs. E. C. Harden, Jr., collect at
Wnwahitehka. NE 9-2422. tfe-1<2-4


BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
MAN OR WOMAN
Responsible person from this
area to service and collect from cig-
arette dispensers. 'No selling. Car,
references, and $592.50 to $1975.00
investment necessary. 7 to 12 hours
weekly nets up to $327.50 monthly
income. Possible full-time work.
For local interview give phone and
particulars. Write International
Distributing Co., Inc., P. 0. Box
7351, New Orleans, La.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: Man
or woman. Responsible person
from this area to service and col-
lect from Automatic Cigarette Ma-
chines. No selling. No age limit.
Car, references and $895.00 to $1,-
790.00 cash required. 6 to 10 hours
per week nets up to $400.00 per
.moitph. Possible full time work.
For personal interview write phone
number and particulars to P. 0.
Box 1575, Dept. 1,C, Huntington, W.
Va.


IN PROBATE luaiiL3L..-.. aiu p-s ,Writ'tsn
In Re: Estate of 4i qualifying examination. Height 64"
dece H. STOE, Be Air Force Officers maximum 76". Eyesight normal col-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS or perception and bilateral visual
All creditors of the estate of !. acuity of 20-20 uncorrected in each
H. Stone, deceased, are hereby no- Sergeant C. L. Blair, the Air eye. Appcants for Navigator train-
tified and required to file any Force Recruiter in Panama City, ing may hae 20-50, correctible to
claims or demands which they may said this week that qualified High ng my hav20 wie 20-50, correctih lasses.ble to
have against the said estate in the School Graduates are to be select- 20-20 with glasses.
office of the County Judge of Gulf Sergeant Blair, emphasized that
County, Florida, in ithe Courthouse ed for entry into the Air Force for this program has been made avail-
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within Pilot and Navigator Training able to high school graduates, and
eight calendar months from the able to high school graduates, and
date of the first publication of this Blair, said that the United States that former military personnel may
notice. Each claim or demand must Air Force has made this training also qualify. He stated there would
be in wri tingc and must state the available to high school graduates be little delay for successful appli-
address of the claimant and must of good moral and physical health, cants to enter into training. How-
be sworn to be the claimant, his, and that this is an unusual oppor- ever, the applicant may delay the
agent, or his attorney, or it will tunity for men between the ages call until finishing college in June.
become void according to law. of 19 and 261/ single to gain an Those that are interested in this
This the 24th day of November,
1958. his the 24th day of November, exciting career as an Air Force program are urged to contact Ser-
/s/ SILAS R. STONE officer. In addition where can a geant Blair, for full details and
/s/ JESSE V. STONE high school graduate earn more Blair said that a special testing
Executors o af tnhe estate o f T. ii p


wewanitcAJa ,,XJ zWU. .a.%rV.tU'r30 1'"'L'L than
H. Stone, deceased.
ELECTROLUX, the cleaner you R. A. M.--Regular convocation of SILAS R. STONE at p
never have to empty. With floor St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. Attorneyfor Executors. 1957
polisher. Sales, Service. Jack Cur- M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- First publication on November 27, an
ry, representative, 1511 Beck Ave., ing brothers welcome. R. W. Smith, Firt publication on November 27, Pa4t
Phone SU 5-4007, Panama City. 4tp High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary. 4t tage
Keys Made While You Wait IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
35c EACH COURT, GULF COUNTY, TI
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. qual
FOR SALE BIGYCLa PARTS IN RE: Estate of age
Nice house on 9th St., only 5 yrs. WESTERN AUTO ANNIE ELIZABETH DICKENS,
old. 2 bedrooms, living room, din- EI ISHING LICENES 'Deceased.ma
ing room and kitchen combined. HUNTING & FISHING LICENSE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Mar
Den, bath, utility room. This house BOATS and TRAILERS All creditors of the estate of to
is small but very compact and at- R-el Parts and Repairs Annie Elizabeth Dickens, deceased, mon
tractive. Floors are tile. are hereby notified and required to mus
Duplex ideally located on two FOR FAST, EFFICrwNT PLUMB. file any claims or demands which
lots. Each unit contains 2 bedrooms, ING SERVICE. Call Bill's Plumb- they have against said estate in the
living room, dinette and kitchen ing. Phone 7-7846 or 7-8161. tfc office of the County Judge of Gulf
combined, bath. Large oak tree in F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say- County, Florida, in the Courthouse
front yard, garage at rear of pro- ing money see us for anything at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
pretty. A good investment property you need in your home. STOP and eight (8) calendar months from the
at $8,600.00. SWAP SHOP. date of the first publication of this
Well established home. 3 bed- notice. Each claim or demand must
rooms, 2 baths, living room, din- NEW CAR OWNERS: Protect that be in writing and must state the
ette and kitchen combined, separ- bright new upholstery with tailor ;place of residence and post office
ate dining room. Large den, utility made seat covers. Many fabrics to address of the claimant and must
room, screened porch and car port. choose from. Butler's Trim Shop, be sworn to by the claimant, his
Very ample closets and storage fa- Corner Second and Reid. agent, or his attorney, or it will
cilities. Attractively landscaped 'become void according to law.
yards. Reasonably priced. McCIel- SEPTIC TANKS pumped ouat. Call December 15, 1958.
lan Avenue. Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for Signed,
FOR RENT: Trailer space at Mex- quick expert service. ttf-5-] GASTON L. DICKENS
ico Beach. All facilities available,.ELLE DICKENS MOSELY
very reasonable rates. SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I STELLE DICKENS MOSTLY
COASTAL REALTY CCO. 0. F.-Meets first and third BENJAMIN H. DICKENS
30CASTAL REALTY CO. in Masonic Administrators of the estate of
Wliliam J. Rish, Reg. Broker Hall. All members urged to attend; Annie Elizabeth Dickens,
Ruth C. Soule, Reg. Salesman B. B. CONKLIN, N. G. deceased.
116 Mon. Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla. visiting brethren Invited. B benjamin H. Dickens
PHONE 7-4051 J. C. MARTIN, Secty. Attorney for the Administrators
PHONE 74051 First publication on December 18,
THERE WILL BE a regular comrn- 1958. 4t-12-18


FOR SALE
-Three bedroom hornm 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


munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ROBERT W. SMITH, W.M.
ROY L. BURCH, Secty.
All Master Masons cordially invited
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Mooae Hall. 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
bour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlln-
son, Phone 7-7501.
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
100 p.m.. American Legion Home
UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
furniture I1 k old? Bring it to
Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second
and Reid for expert rebuilding.


n $5,000.00 annually. He stated scnehuBl,'a been sfe. y upor ap
resent there are several of the plicants that Sre enrolled in col-
high school graduates in the lege and or unable to take this test
ama City area taking advan- during other times. This date is the
of this unusual opportunity. '20th of December for ,testing 21
December through Tuesday, Decem-
he following are some of the bre 23. Blair's address is 118 East
ifications for this training: Fourth Street, Panama City, each
19 to 261/. Education: a diplo- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and
from an accredited high school. Friday.
ital status: single, and agree
remain single during the 12 "
nth training period. Applicant
,t have high moral and personal Want Ads Get Resum'


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and make life hard by their
preaching. Why should we
have preachers anyway?" So
spoke a hard-working man re-
cently in caustic tones. It is
a good question. Why should
we have ministers?
The New Testament answers
this question by stating that
God intends for us to have min-
isters. The Bible plainly says
that God "gave some, apostles; I
and some, prophets; and some,
evangelists; and some, pastors
and teachers" (Ephesians
4:11). The Bible also calls it
"a good work" (1 Timothy
3:1). In this good work the
pastor preaches in the worship
services, officiates at weddings
and funerals, administers bap-
tism and the Lord's Supper,
visits the sick, comforts the
bereaved, counsels with those
who seek his help, guides the
young, encourages the a'-ed,
and directs the varied activities
of the church. He coy-on.'ates
with every commnii' r- tl-e
workers in ever '
in the church.
The pastor is to l:s pc-opje
what a shepherd is to his sheep.
The Lord Jesus, "that great
shepherd of the sheep" (He-A


brews 13:20), says to al pas-
tors (shepherds) what he said
to Peter, "Feed my lambs,"
"Feed my sheep" (John 21:15-
16). Pastors are moral and
spiritual leaders. People ex-
pect their pastor to give them
help in understanding and liv-
ing out what the Bible teaches,
both as a pr'eaher and a
teacher.
The pastor is not a priest to
act as a mediator between man
and God; only the Lord Jesus
Christ can do that. "There is
one God, and one mediator be-
tween God and men, the man
Christ Jesus" (1 Timothy 2:5).
The pastor cannot forgive sins,
nor can he act as God's agent
in the forgiveness of sins, Here
again only Christ can act. "Be-
ing justified by faith, we have
peace with God through our
Lord Jesus Christ" (R,-nans
5:1).
In dedicated, God called
preachers, Baptists have found
r"-a who are friends, counsel-
(-rs, and guides; men who have
fed "the flock of God. taking
the oversight thereof, not by
constraint, but willingly; not
for filthy lucre, but of a ready
mind; Neither as being lords
over God's heritage, but being
ensamples to the flock" (1
Peter 5:2-3).


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Chason Girls Entertain hoe of their grandmother, Fock", "It Cae Upon the Me bers Th 3TAR, Port t. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMAR 18,1988
Mrs. S. Chason. The party theme Inight Clenr(. 'The First Noel"ld .
At hristmas Party wa, first istas, writ "Hark The Herald Agels Sing Veterans Party RFC Bobby Plair
ten by Ada Richter. The story was "We Three Kings", 'Sleep Holy
Little Misses LaNell and Terry told by music. The group sang the Bible", "Oh Come All Ye Faith Circle No. 2 of the First Bap- Mr, i hart, Mrs. C. F. Beard Rc vES Safety Awa Crd
Chason, four and six year old iories a follows: "0 ful", "Joy To The World M"r. ti S metinthe e of Mr. and Madaleine E. Whitaker at- FURTH, GERMANY (AHTNC)-
daughters ofMr.andMrs.W. L. Little TownofBethlhem", "Silent C. W. Robbins read the story o Otis Pyle, onda with seven tended the Veteran's Christmas Mis Ann Hall was honoree Satur-Army PFC Bobby G. Plair, whose
Chason, entertained their Sunday Night", "Away In A Manger", of the program was to put members present. The circle chair- arty in Chattahoochee last Thurs- day afternoon with a miscellaneous wife, Sue, lives in Marianna, re-
ho lass Tuesday December 16 "Whe Shepherds Watched Their to Ch tma The hostman, Mrs. Roy Irwin, presided over dy. December 11. There were 26S calling shower given by Mrs. El- cntly received a sadriveraward
-gandmother. Mrs. A. S. Chason, the meeting, veterans entertained in the rec- Itdridge Money, Miss Ann Williams, w se wh te 4th Ar-
grantold the youth s the story A. S. Christ's The devotional was brought by rational hall which was beautifully Miss Dianna McKnight and Miss mored Division in Germany.
birth the of Christ rs. Emory Stevens, stewardship Idecorated for the occasion. P hyllis Lewis. Plair won the award for driving
Sbirth.t chairman. Scripture was taen I military vehicles without an acci-
Thirty guests were present to chairman. Sorrinthianre was Title o An organ recital was heard both The lorida Power Lounge was dent or traffic violation.
.... enjoy the occasion and all were in the program was "God Loves A vocal and instrumental. Several the scene of the lovely occasion. A radio4-telephone operator and
costume carrying out the 'Christ he p rogram was "God LoWesle Ram- children's dance teams showed sur- It was beautifully decorated with a driver in the Headquarters Bat-
In Christmas" theme. C sey led the group in prayer am prisinig ability. Christmas berries and magnolia tery of the division's 14th Artillery,
______ -ee rynJ sey led the group in prayer.
S Tc. JAMS' HU R CHDuring a business session, re- The buffet tables were beautiful- leaves. The Christmas theme was Plair entered the Army in July
SST. JAMES' CHURCH Imittee was l laid out. The men marched by carried out with reid and green. 1957 and received basic training at
SEPISCOPALgiven. Mrs. J. O. Baggett disis- and were served or helped them- Green punch and lovely holiday Fort Hood, Texas. He arrived in
Rev. G. D. Underhill, Rector sed the meeting with prayer, selves to sandwiches, cakes and cakes were served to approximately Europe last January.
Everyone was served delicious cookies, twenty guests. The 23-year-old soldier, son ,of
S. "" The Fourth Sunday in Advent, refreshments by the hostess dur- Miss Hall's marriage to Gerrold Mr.and Mr. James
December 21. 7:30 a.m., Celebra-ing a social period following the) The Willis V. Rowan, Unit 116 Fvourth St., Port Sit. Joe, was em-
S; tion of the Holy Communion. 9:45 meeting is deeply grateful to all who helped David Garrett will be an event of played by Pate's Shell Service Sta-
a.m., Church School. 11:00 a.m., |provide the cakes and cookies, es- Saturday, December 20 at the Long tion Port St. Joe, in civilian life.
., Morning Prayer and sermon. 6:00 pecially St. Joseph's Altar Society Avenue Baptist Church at 6:00 p.m.'He attended Port St. Joe High
-.. p.m., The Church School Christmas worshipping Christ, the newborn who gave so abundantly to the pro- ------ ----- School.
... party. The Episcopal Young Church- tKing. God gives Himself to man-, ject.
._m-. .." -. men will attend the Church School 'kind and bids you to receive Him ------
I Christmas party. .the chiefest of His birthday's, gifts. Patient In Hospital h *
Christmas Eve, Dec. 24 Attend Church Christmas Eve. Mrs. Bill Cargill is a patient at i- u For Chris TiaS MailSng
11:00 p.m., The Festal Choral The public is cordially invited to the Ochsnre Foundation Hospital in
"lCan't you just picture it, Nik .. t' Christms Eve you Eucharist, sermon and candle worship with us and is assured of New Orleans, La., where sh will Hundreds of thousands of Christmas cards and packages wiil 4.
S p the ile lve a gently swivel ou the roof. lighting. Observe Christmastide by a warm welcome, undergo surgery. lost this year because of illegibly written addresses. Serve .-:em c.n,
Soverseas.relativesc f.riAends business soc asciates-all will tbe `


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a disappointed army whose mail goes astray, because, as a n... :
magazine recently stated, we have become a "nation of sra ..."
Yet a few simple rules and just a little attention to it wv.1' ;n-
prove anybody's .- .
handwriting im- WATCH OUT FOR TRICKY LETTEFtRS ;
mediately, says
the Handwriting
Foundation in a Never close these loops: ./
special appeal
aimed at cutting Never loop non-looped strokw.: 6 A,
clown losses.
All addresses,
says the Founda- Always close letters like: 42 4
tion, should be
written in at least
Sree well-spaced WATCH OUT FOR "LOOK-ALIKE" NUMBERS
'ines, with zone / -7 3-5--
numbers includ- /
ed. This goes for
the return address as well. Take special care with the "tricky"
letters and numbers shown on the chart.
Your signature, on greeting and gift cards, should be, legible.
Include the last name when identification might otherwise be in
loubt. If it's a family card, make the children part of the-greet-
ing, and let them sign the card, too.
For far away friends and relatives, add a short note-a few
words of greeting and maybe a promise of a longer letter soon. A
New Year's card is appropriate for friends you've'forgotten -at
Christmas. And never give money gifts to the postman, milkmah
ind others without at least the personal touch of your signature.
You don't have to be an artist to decorate a card or gift package.
n pen and colored inks (try red and green for Christmas) is all
you need. A tree in outline, some stars, a few heavy dots ,, .,and
you've drawn your own Christmas spirit. Another personal touch
is a note in an envelope attached to the. outside of a gift package.
As for next year's greeting card and gift list, compile.it now.
Write each name on a separate index card, and alphabetize them
in a file box to simplify additions and changes. Or keep a booklet,
with blank pages between names for newcomers. Such a list pre-.
vents embarrassing duplication or omission at card-sending time.
And always remember, concludes the Handwriting Foundation,
that the written message is part of the Christmas piri.


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'At Home' When Possible


Among other things at a busy roof, approved a resolution to the
County Commissioner's regular State Road Department in regards
meeting Monday morning at the to two upcoming St. Joe industrial
courthouse, the members of that roads, tabled for further consider-
Board purchased a bulldozer, de- ation a motion to spend the next
cided to set policy at a later meet- $216,000 in Secondary Road money
ing on making purchases in the in St. Joe and surrounding areas,
county, learned that the Wewa- accepted for further study a num-
hitchka Health Clinic has a leaky ber of policy recommendations re-





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In Florida?

913,800 Women Who Save Trading Stamnps
Are The Largest "Woman's Club"
In Florida


Every day about 913,800 Flor-
ida women make it a'point to
shop. where they get trading
stamps. This large group of
smart; thrifty Florida shop-
Vers, with their common in-
terest in trading stamps, can
be thought of as a huge "wom-
an's club" with membership
throughout the state.
Of course this "club wom-
an" gets wonderful things for
her home and family through
such favorites as S&H Green
Stamps. Through her thrift
and diligence she provides
"extras" for her family. And
although she may seldom
think about it, her active sav-
ing is enormously good for
business in our state.


Last year, for example, trad-
ing stamp companies pur.
'chased $764,000,worth of prod-
ucts from Florida manufac-
turers. Making these thing?
provided jobs for 289 Florida
people. S&H Redemption
Stores, paying local rent and
taxes, employ many more.
In the light of these facts it
would seem that not only
Florida women, but every-
body in the state can ib thank-
ful that the trading stamp is a
part of our way of life.

:::

This message is published as public
information by THE SPEr.RY AND
HtUTcINsoN Company, originator
62 years ago of S&H Green Stamps.


garding the Board and the Mosquito
Control Project Supervisor.
Here are some of the details:
BULLDOZER PURCHASE
Having advertised for bids on a
bulldozer, the Board got responses
from three firms, one selling Cater-
pillar equipment, one selling Allis-
Chalmers equipment and one sell-
ing International equipment.
Without the trade-in, the quota-
tions broke down thus: Allis-Chal-
mers, $17,292; Caterpillar, $20,300;
International, $16,000.
Thd Board discussed detail's of
the equipment under consideration
with Lloyd Whitfield, County Road
Superintendent. Result of the dis-
cussion was that the Board, having
agreed to keep the old bulldozer (a
Caterpillar) also decided that (1)
because of familiarity with Cater-
pillar equipment, (2) interchange-
ability of parts, (3) and the good
operating record of the Caterpillar
bulldozer, to purchase the Cater-
pillar equipment. The Board was
in agreement that the advantages
to be derived outweighed the fact
that the Catterpillar bid was he
high bid.
Commissioner A. J. Srickland
made the motion to purchase, in-
cluding in it elements outlined


spending money at home would in- THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FIa,
crease county revenue because it THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1958
would enhance the security of coun-
ty establishments. St. Joe, one running from SR 30
Commissioner Harden made a to Michigan Chemical Co.. and one
motion directing the Clerk to write running from SR 71 to Allied
to the Chamber of Gommerce stat- Chemical Company.
ing that the oBard would make ev- NEXT $215,000
ery effort to buy in the county In another major business item,
wherever possible. Motion was se- Strickland made a motion to give
conded by Commissioner Cooper. ove rthe next $215,000 of Secondary


In the discussion that followed, all
members appeared to be in agree-
ment with th6 principle that county
business was paying most of the
taxes and therefore ought to have
a crack at its money-even though
the cost to the Board would per-
haps in some instances be higher.
Strickland observe that at
times delay in getting what was
needed immediately made it nec-
essary to purchase outside the
county. Price said he thought the
Board should spell out its purchas-
ing policies in detail and put them
in writing. Strickland suggested
that at a later meeting that matter
be considered in detail and that
the Board invite interested parties
to be on hand for a discussion.
Harden's motion received unan-
im1ious support.
HEALTH CLINIC LEAKS
A copy of a letter fro architect
Tom Daniel to the Lark Construc-
tion Co., both of Panama City, was
read to the Board by the Clerk.
From the content, it seems that
the Board has informed Lark that
leaks, that he had promised to cor-
rect, but, to date, hasn't, exist in
the Wewahitchka Health Clinic.
When no satisfaction wasi forth-


above, and was seconded by Cuom.coming from Lark Co., the Clerk
missioner J. C. Price. Agreement was instructed to write to the ar-
was unanimously carried. Delivery chitect. le did and the architect
was promised by the first of the wrote to Lark, requesting that con-
year. struction defects be remedied, cit-
IN-COUNTY PURCHASING
IN-COUNTY PURCHASING ing the past patience and coopera-
County Clerk George Y. Core read tion given by the Board before, dur-
a letter addressed to the Board tag, and after the construction of
Chairman, G. S. Croxton from the the building. The letter from Dan-
St. Joe Chamber of Commerce iel to Lark requested that the ar-
Trade-At-Home Chairman, Tom chitect be notified when the de-
Coldewey. fees are remedied so that lie may
The letter requested the Board pass inspection on same. Counselor
of County Commissioners to give David C. Gaskin recommended to
some thought to making its pur- hlle Boiard that if non-performance
chases within the county whenever fro"m the Lark Company continues,
it was at all feasible. In drawing a letter from the Board to the bond-
attention to the importance of the ing company would be in order.
Board's purchases and the sizeable INDUSTRIAL ROAD PAPER
dollar value of these purchases, A resolution from the Board re-
the letter asked the Board to ad- garding the two industrial roads be-
vise county agencies under the su- ing required by the State Road De-
presion of the Board of the import- partnient, the Board (motion by
ance to business men in the coun- Harden, second by Cooper) passed
ty to spend county tax money at a resolution requesting the con-
home. Import of the letter was that struction of two industrial roads at
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Road money toward construction of
roads in St. Joe and the immediate
vicinity. He made this proposal, he
said, in appreciation to people at
the southern side of the county for
their cooperation on the road, dam,
and bridge project. According to
Max Kilbourn, County Engineer,
that sum will use up approximately
one year's county Secondary Road
money-or, the 1959-1960 allotment.
Chairman Croxton urged the
Board to defer any hasty decision
that would tie up road funds for
one fiscal year in a limited area.
He reminded the Board that in the
next session of the Legislature it
was posisble some change in the
applicable law might qualify a num-
ber of streets in the county for pav-
ing which cannot now qualify. He
used his home district, White City,
as an example, where, he said,
some road building was critically
needed but under the present law
did not now qualify. Were there a
favorable. change in the law, the
presumption, naturally would be
that Croxton would press for an
early correction of some White City
street conditions.
In the interests of Board har-
mony, Strickland withdrew his mo-
tion, agreed to table the matter for
further deliberation.
Streets affected by the Strick-
land proposal would be eight
streets in Port St. Joe, the Jones
Homestead Road, Oak Hill Ceme-
tery Road.
MOSQUITO POLICY
Price presented a list of recom-
mendations for the Board to con-
sider in arriving at basic policy
between the Board and the Supervi-
sor o fthe Mosquito Control Pro-
gram. The Board accepted the pro-
posals, but declined to act until it
reviewed them in company with the
Supervisor.
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From the Clearwater Sun it.
CLEARWATER. Dec. 7-A hand- No name for this tremendous un-
ful of Clearwater area people re- dertaking has been decided upon.
cently bought 3600 acres of gulf- But if you wish to earn a piece of
front land 275 miles north of here this land by naming it, you may.
in Gulf County, and intend to cre- According to William Goldman, one
ate a city out of it to ultimately of the purchasing syndicate, a lot
hold 25,000. will be the prize.
Together the ypaid about $1,250,- Since it is close to Cape San Blas,
000 for It. They estimate it will at the moment it's called San Blas
take $10-12,000,000 just to develop Beaches. There are no beaches be-


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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
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Member -
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KEEP GULF COUNTY GREEN


tween here and there, but at that
point the tides have capriciously de-
posited white sand-over 500 feet
in depth--on 4 miles of this shore-
line (while In many other places
in Florida the 'beaches have been
eroded).
Homes for those in low-to-mid-
dle income brackets are planned, in
a master over-all strategy which
includes lakes and lagoons, docks,
schools, shopping and civic cen-
ters, marina basin, country club
and yacht club, sewage disposal
plant, an airport and heliport, and
a 465-acre Industrial Park. There
are 24 miles of highway frontage
on U.C. 28.
Goldman, whose hobby is look-
ing for land and who spends his
time roaming half the world in
search of it, pointed out this area
to Marian Waiss Williams, of Eag-
les Nest Point in Belleair, develop-
er in Belleair and Belleair Beach.
Syndicate
This began a syndicate including
Clearwater attorney William
Wightman, who is also trustee,
John Rowe and William Tanney,
his law partners; Harold LeMas-
ter of 'L & S Bait Company here;
Horace Hamlin, Jr., architect; Bet-
ty Wickman, wife of well-known
"Bob" Wickman of Clearwater;
Dr. Crego Smith; Douglas Loeffler,
businessman, H. E. Tipton of In-
dian Rocks Beach and E. G. Shin-
ner, retired Chicago businessman
and banker.
What proved surprising about
this area they bought, six miles
south of Port St. Joe and eight
miles west of Port St. Joe and
eight miles west of Apalachicola,
is the fact that this "sleeper" has
more facets than the Kohinoor dia-
mond, and is worth a lot more.
It had no power. It had not much
in population and it had no indus-
try a little while ago.
That .pctur&e has changed. In
January of 1957 when the New
York Times ran an article titled,
"Florida Panhandle, Industry's
New Frontier", the public first be-
gan to become aware of what was
going on.
Power is no longer a problem
now. Three dams have been com-
pleted and a fourth, the Columbia
Dam, costing $10,000,000, will be
completed in 1961. Florida Power
has just brought in lines to service
the missile tracking stations (which
created a shortage of homes al-
ready) and Houston Corporation's
much-publicized gas pipeline is in.
Industry on the Go
,Industrial development has also
started, especially along the water-
ways-that of the $5,000,000 Michi-
gan Chemical Corp. plant, which is


CITIZENS' FEDERAL

SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION
of Port St. Joe
(Two Years Old December 18, 1958)


Enjoys Happy Christmas
Thanks to the dear hearts and gentle people of this splendid area
of our state

CITIZEN'S FEDERAL has total of more than


$1 0oooo,

INSURED SAVINGS MONEY
Belonging to more than NINE HUNDRED wonderful people
In turn, has in safe loans to home and business building owners more than -
$900,000.00 in this area

SA o CITIZENS' FEDERAL wishes each ds
all a joyful Christmas and .3o1/
prosperous New Year
Savings received oy the 10th earn from the first--YOU CAN EARN FULL SIX
MONTHS PROFIT JUNE 30th



CITIZENS EDER AL SAVING


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making magnesium oxide from sea- paying breezes. Palms grow na-
water, for instance-and the water- turally here.
ways are a full-scale subject in History shows that the great-
themselves. For Apalachicola is grandfathers of the present own-
well on its way to becoming a gulf ers came down from AlabamaGeor-
port of considerable magnitude, gia way and bought the land for
what with a nine-foot deep inland the turpentine they could get from
waterway completed up to Bain- the trees. Then pulp became a tre-
bridge, Ga., which will continue up mendous industry, and now one
beyond Atlanta. o fthe heirs owns a huge oyster
raising area here-considered one
The Florida Development Corn- of the best in the world.


mission recently hired Arthur D.
Little, Inc., of Cambridge, Mass.,
to do a feasibility survey and their
nearly inch-thick report contains
some of the most exciting news
in 'the state as to the panhandle
potential'.
When the Clearwater syndicate's
plans are completed, says Goldman,
there will be about 50 miles of


Shrimp is a -big industry, and the
fishing and hunting (it's close to
Apalachicola National Forest) is
excellent.
As if that weren't enough, it's
a fact the entire Panhandle is fed
by springs of such purity that wa-
ter from the tap in many areas can
be usd ein automobile batteries.
According to Wightman and


i HE S1AR, Port .St. Joe,; .la. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1958

Many Ministers Not Taking bj April 15, 1959,,he is permanently
Advantage of Social Sec. barred- from making an election
Advantage thereafter.


Many ministers, Christian
Science "-.nctiinr-r and members
of religi.-. d ,:-_ who have not
taken a vow of poverty, who want
social security :..eL..* have not
gone on official record :as wanting
it, according to John V. Carey, dis-
trict manager. Panama City social
security office. These individuals
only have until April 15, 1959, to
file a waiver certificate with Inter-
nal Revenue Service.
,The extension of time granted by
Congress makes it possible for a
clergyman to protect his social se-
curity rights back to 1956, provid-
ed he had net earnings of at least


Newly ordained, commissioned or
licensed clergymen have until the
due date of their Federal income
tax return for their second taxable
year as a minister in which to, elect
coverage and file th, ci-rtificate.
Carey said. .
Clergymen who -want social se-
curity coverage must file Waiver
Form 2031 with their District Di-
rector of Internal Revenue. This
should be done when you file your
income tax return for tax year
1958, 1 you haven't done it by then,
so that the deadline of April 15,
1959, will not be overlooked. The
social security return is filed and


waterfront in their development. Goldman, the syndicate hopes to $400 any part of which was from the social security tax is paid at
*Not realized too, by outsiders, is start development in the spring, his ministerial or religious duties the same time and in conjunction
the fact that weather in this area and has estimated 1000 homes a in a year, Carey added. If a clergy- with the regular income tax return
is like that of Sarasota, for it is year will be built until completion man who has had two taxable years that must be filed by April 15 of
surrounded by water and accom- in five years, after 1956 does not elect coverage .each year.

A Grateful and Happy CASH SAVED IS CASH EARNED THIS OUR CHRISTMAS GIFT TO YOU!
Chrlstmas It adds up to a January Clearance in December. We need the Cash We
i H E L L 0 believe you'll be happy with the Savings! We believe you'll come and get it
Wishes te our friends andg our Special Holday.
customers. Ie- -
R. GLENN BOYLES 14 I i
ERLMA M. BOYLES IIt s i W l
GUY N. MIDDLETON
Associates at Boyles Depart-. I
ment Store. A Surrender

STARTS... FREE V Profit

Wed., Dec. 17 You
Every Day til Xmas! or
Boyles Open All ALL Iet

Day Wednesday J

til Christmas Event U Savings!


BOYLES BONUS -- BOYLES BONUS SPECIAL -- BOYLES BONUS
SPECIAL! SPECIAL!
I Sensational Group
1 GIFT GROUP The finest 66 Ga.
Ri ly i Fine Feathers

Blousesfor Misses, Juniors and
g Women H 0 S E
REDUCED TO Values up to $16.50 I l
Iwe / \-BGBONUS PRICE P AIl
$ C~l )2 FOR s .


$2.95 & $3.95 $1.
All new fall 1958 styles se- Individually gift wrapped .
Values in Laura Mae and elected from our well known made for beauty and long
Macshore. lines. wear.


BOYLES BONUS -- BOYLES BONUS SPECIAL -- BOYLES BONUS
SPECIAL! SPECIAL!
Colorful, Christmas looking
Warm, luxurious Amazing Quality
la k t ustersI i I S tBoy's Plaid Flannel
I f -e I I and. Gingham

SWorth 25% More Should be $8.95 S I T
2. oR SHIRTS


$9.00- II A $1.39
Satin bound and individually Quilted rayon, washable. No, he never has too many
boxed. Rayon, wool and cot- shirts. alzes to 19. Snappy
ton blended. ) / Sizes 10 to 18 colors .


The Following Items Included in Our Big Bonus Sale You'll Save When You Shop Boyles
for Christmas!
All Fall 1958 All Men's and Boys

Ladies Coats, SUITS and

Suits and Jackets x SPORT COATS

All Ladies Hats /All Men's and Boys
All Ladies and Children's ROBES
SWEATERS Better Quality m
i OFF Boy's SHIRTS
SSingle and Double Control OFFe BoyM'sSHI
ElerI B lan ke t Marked All Men's and Boys'
Electric Bankets Prices Bedroom Shoes

Corduroy and Men's lined & unlined Work
J jersey OrIon _0 ___,__. _JACKETS
eAll Ladies Men's and Boy's Knit

DRESS SHOES SPORT SHIRTS


Boyles will be Open atBl-BOYLES will be Open
Evenings til Xmas All Day Wed.
Starting Friday, Dec. 19 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 'til Christmas
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about two hours studying forestry
Weta po Tower Has and fire prevention. A talk by Ran-
pger r strength stressed safety in
Bay COUnty Visitors woods fires and he also presented
4n equipment demonstration for
the pupils.
J. H. Pope, Gulf County dispatch-
or says that on December 10, Ran- The pupils were taken up the
get J. M. Strength and towerman tower where they.were shown how
C, H. Hatcher had a surprise visit fires are located and reported to
from the Olynwood sixth grade of the dispatcher by radio and how
Panama City. quick the crews can be on the way
to a fire by Mr. Hatcher.
'The group arrived at Wetappo The Forest Service personnel of
Tower about 10:30 a.m. and spent Gulf County was indeed proud to
OPEN EVENING


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LANE CEDAR CHEST ----$29.95
Foam 'Rubber, Nylon Covers
SWIVEL ROCKERS $59.95
10 PIECES--Complete with grinder, slicer and juicer.
FREE SALAD SET-
DORMEYER MIXER ----$39.95
CLUB ALUMINUM
7-Pc. Set COOK WARE $19.95
PLASTIC --- Reg. $39.95
47-Pc. Set DINNER WARE $27.95


COSCO
Card Table Sets

$39.95
Table with plastic top and
Four Chairs

3-pc. Table Set
$19.95
'Includes 2 step tables and a
coffee table
BATES
Bed Spreas
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Zenith and Columbia
Westinghouse
Record Players

$29.95 up

WESTINGHOUSE

APPLIANCES

30" RANGE

$159.95


Automatic Controls
ELECTRIC BLANKETS-- $19.95
9 Cubic Foot
Westinghouse Refrioerulor $18995
AUTOMATIC
Westinghouse Washer $199.95r

Automatic Toaster -----. $19.95

Fry Pan -----------$14.95


SUNBEAM
Sunbeam Mixers,

$44.95
With Juicer


Johnson
Floor Waxer
and SCRUBBER SET
$39.95

-Reg. $14.95
4-pc. DoNl Set

$9.95 a


John H. Hall :
Up For 3-Yeair ~Vih
John H. Hall, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack C. Hall, Route 1, Wewa-

have them over for a visit and are
looking forward to a return visit,
Pope said,
The (Dispatcher praised Willie
Palmer, teacher of the class, for a
very fine and well behaved group.


hitchka, Joined the Regular Army
this week for three years, Master
Sergeant A. C. Blalock, Panama
City Recruiting Station Command-
er. announces.
Hall, a 1958 graduate of Wewa-
hitchka High School, chose the Sig-
nal Corps for his Army branch as-
signment during his three year per-
iod of enlistment so as to be in
the field of communications.
Processing for his enlistment and
assignment was accomplished thru
the U. S. Army Recruiting Station,


23 W
City.
He
C., fo


rest Oak Avenue in Panama Census County Divisions should-
be particularly useful for local sta-
was sent to Fort Jackson, S. tistical purposes. For the most part,
ir his first duty station, they are based on th'e population
_k centers which serve as a focal
i in rd point of each division. The statisti-
n injured "cal data collected for these divi-
(Continued From Page 1) sions in coming censuses will
'sburg. serve to measure the sphere of in-
e accident occurred Sunday fluence exercised by the population
ing about 4:20 a.m. about a centers. It is believed that the Cen-
mile this side of the Mexico sus County Divisions will be a han-
h Wayside Park. dy tool for the use of county offi-,
shop was hospitalized with a cials, local newspapers, and busi-
pound fracture of the right ness organizations.'
and a broken left knee cap. Mr. Reed assures us that the
'as brought to the Port St. Joe county divisions set up by the Bu-
ital for treatment and then reau of the Census will not inter-
ned to the Tyndall Air Force fere in any way with existing gov-
hospital. ernmental units of the State or
e car driven by Bishop was counties.
pletely demolished. Gulf County has been divided


Football- Sharks Are
Honored With Banquet
The Port St. Joe S2harks football
team was entertained in the High
School lunchroom last night with
a sumptuous banquet. The banquet
is an annual affair.


in' two Census County Divisions.
The County Divisions for Gulf
County are Port St. Joe and Wewa-
hitchka.

Fiorida Heading For
traffic Death Record
TALLAHASSEE-Florida is only


,On the menu will be: tomato a few days away from closing the
juice cocktail, stuffed celery, car- books on another year of highway


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Quick Tripper--------$19.95
INITIALS INSTALLED FREE
Heavy base, Won't Tipl
Spun Brass SMOKER --- $7.95
WITH OTTOMAN-Covered in soft reinforced plastic.
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Axminster
9x 12 RUG

$59.95
Reg. $79.95
Ceramic base -,19" tall
TABLE LAMPS

$3.95
7 Piece
DINETTES
From $79.95
5 Piece
From $39.95
Westinghouse and Zenith
RADIOS
$:9.95 up
Large Selection

Bedroom Suite

$99.95
Reg. $119.95
4 Pieces-Double dresser, mirror
Bar bed and chest


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ZENITH TELEVISION
Reg. $249.95. Solid maple. Double Dresser, Mirror, Bar Bed
and Chest
Bed oomSUITE----$199.95
Reg. $319.95 KROEHLER 70" sofa, 'T" cushions in foam
rubber Large lounge chair
Living Room SUTS--- $219.95
Includes sofa bed, chair, two step tables and commee table,
2 lamps.
SOFA BED ITE-----$149.95


Toy Piano $9.95
With Bench

6 Piece
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Complete

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rot whirls, midget pickles, stuffed
olives, nuts, baked ham, buttered
peas, candied yams, crab apples,
pear salad on lettuce, rolls and but-
ter, tea and angel food cake and
lime sherbet.
Players making conference teams
were honored during the evening.
They are: All Northwest Florida
Conference; Jackie Mitchell, Da-
vid Musselwhite, Bill Chism, Ed-
ward Smith and Weems Robbins.
Honorable Mention: Richard Zip-
perer. All Big Bend: Bill Chism.
Honorable Mention: Edward Smith.
On the program'was Jim Scog-
gins, coach of the State Champion
Pensacola team. Scoggins gave a
short talk and showed a film of
some of the highlights of the Pen-
sacola games throughout the sea-
son.

Brownie Scouts
Will Sing Carols
Monday, December 22, the
Brownie Scouts of Port St. Joe will
sing Christmas Carols. Anyone who
wants these young girls to sing
carol's for them, should call the
leader, Mrs. Jane Lapeyrouse at
7-3591.
At 8:00 p.m. the, girls will ga-
ther around an outdoor Christmas
tree at Mrs. Lapeyrouse' home and
sing carols.
Everyone is invited to attend.


death and destruction.
Its drivers can make the year a
better one-traffic-wise--than last
year, or they can push the fat-lity
total over 1957's grand total.
'It shapes up this way:
Nine hundred and eighty-three
persons had died in traffic in the
first 11 months of this year.


There is still time
that gun rack for
Made from fancy,
ress.


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Christmas.
select cyp-


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With Shelf $6.00
With locked ammunition
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4 gun rack, plain $5,00
with shelf $7.50
with locked ammunition
compartment $12.50
Prices on other styles on re-
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ST. JOE AUTO PARTS
PLANT'S
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Teen's Velveteen
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Ladies' Nylon
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One hundred and fifteen died in
traffic last December.
So, at the rate the death toll now
goes ,the 1958 total will go over
last year's figure by 11 persons if
at least 115 are fatally hurt this
December in traffic.
"Of course it is only a specula-
tion now," said Florida Highway
Patrol Commander H. N. Kirkman,
"but it is a speculation we must
take seriously. People are subject
to gaiety and fun during the Yule
Season and naturally they will
drive pretty carelessly. Careless
driving means death, injury and