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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 25, 1958
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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MilONEY "ALK6-Let's keep
it where Mwe can speak with it,
once in awhile--Trade with
your home town merchants


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
THURSDAY, DECMBER 25, 195 40~E


TWENTY-SECOND YEAR


-3ORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WI$S-EY R. RAMSEY


Christmas is here.
And' with Christmas comes the
will to celebrate and the unwill-
ingness to work.
If you haven't, done your Christ-
mas shopping yet, then you had
better get a move on.

We were amused in setting up
the '"Letters To Santa Claus" on
this page. Some of the letters were
in the. children's own writing, and,
obviously, in their own spelling.
The ones we enjoyed most were the
ones in the child's own spelling.
Some of the words they didn't
know how to spell. But, to a man,
they knew how to 'spell "Santa
Claus".

While we are thinking of Christ-
mas (and who isn't) we must re-
member the good work the Moose
-. Club will be doing Christmas morn-
ing by seeing that the less fortun-
ate in. Gulf County have a good
Christmas dinner and toys for the
children.
The Moose has been carrying on
this activity for a number of years
with plenty of help from other
civic organizations in the city as
well as a number of individuals.
Governor G. F. Lawrence says
that 'the response to the activity
this year has surpassed any other.
"More food, money and toys have
been turned in than ever before",
he told me "and we certainly ap-
preciate everyone's help."
T1ie Moose Club has received
over $250.00 in money alone to buy
-food through their projects and do-
nations frdm. other clubs and or-
ganizations.
Lawrence said that the needy
families in Gulf County will have
a Merry Christmas this year for
sure:-'


There is nothing, like Christmas
to make people forget their trou-
.bles and be happy.
We overheard a conversation on
the street the other day. One man
said, "Waht have we got to be
happy about this Christmas, the
way the mill has run this year?"
His friend said, "Man, I have lost
S-just as much time as you, but I
haven't missed a meal, I have a
house to live in, and my family is
clothed. Maybe not as well as last
year-but at least we have the
necessities". The other man quick-
ly agreed and'right away he was
happy it waas Christmas too.
Maybe we all could profit by
this little conversation.


We know the best Christmas
present that a man could give to
his family -this year and it would-
n't cost him a cent. It may mean
a little denial in his way of thinking
though. If -all the men in Port St.
Joe would stay sober this Christ-
mas, there will be many happy
families throughout the holiday.
We don't go to extreme of saying
that a person should forego giving
gifts, having a Christmas tree and
the like. But we do firmly believe
-that Christmas should be observed
as the birthday of Christ our sav-
four, and this birthday of all days
should be celebrated in a sober
condition.
Christmas is a family day and
no family day can be complete with
a husband or wife who is drunk.


. And while we are about it.
urge lyou to have caution on
road if you will be traveling.
have an idea that the people
are going to visit will want to
you alive. If you don't care
yourself then have feelings
your friends. Nobody likes to


Sharks iiven Trip




To atoli wl


Letters To Santa Claus.....


(Ed note: Below is this year's
letters' to Santa Claus. They
have been reproduced exactly
as written, some of them by the .
children themselves. So if you
don't understand some of them,
you are not supposed to. They
are written in language that only
Santa Claus and kids under-
stand. Adfd kids, don't you worry
Santa Claus will see every one
of these letters. We didn't keep
them here at The Star. They
were forwarded on to the North
Pole.)

Dear Santa,
1I have been a good little girl
this year.
Will you plese bring me a Bible
and a -doll? I hope you have a lot
of toys. for the poor children.
I will have some hot coco and
some cake waiting for you.
Love
Jo Ann Wilkie

Dear Santa,
I would like a football helment.
Now do not get too tird.
Will you bring me a phanten 50,
And a army .gun and a tent? And
plenty of toys for. poor childer. .
Love,
JIM FENSOM

Dear Santa Claus,


tena a needless funeral on Chnrist-
M 'I have been a good little girl this
Slyear.


GO'TO CHURCH SUNDAY


year.
,I want a cowboy outfit or cow-


girl suit if you think I'm a tom-
boy.
I'll be waiting for you Christmas
Eve night.
Love,
GLENDA BUTTS

Dear Santa Claus,
'I love you very much. I have
been a good little girl this year.
Please send me a sewing ma-
chine, a doll, a tea set, a little ta-
ble.
Thank you very much.
Love,
ANGELA BUTTS

Dear Santa Claus,
I have been a good boy this year
and haven't given mother, much
trouble.
Please give me the following
things: a big teddy bear, a red
truck, a wagon. And if you think
of anything else, please send it.
Love,
WARREN YEAGER

Dear Santa Claus,
,I have been a very good .girl this
year.
Would you please bring me a big
doll, a wagon, a trike, and a ta-
ble and chairs?
Thank you very much.
Love,
CINDY BUTTS,
P.S. If you think I need anything
else, please send It. You are the
kindest person in the world.


Dear iSanta, names are Gaye, Pam and Jenny.
My name is Thomas Edward 0'- They want me to ask you would
you-leas try1o-s-- u-m+-UnIIA20


Brian, and I have been a very good'
boy. I want a bee-bee gun, and a


cowboy suit and a cowboy gun to
match.
'I will leave some cake and cook-
ies, and some warm milk for you
in the front room. So please hurry
and come.
My address is 513 Woodward
Ave. and I live in St. Joe.
Thank you very much.
Love,
THOMAS EDWARD

Dear Santa Claus:
For Xmas I want a Betsy McCall
(doll) and a table with chairs, and
silverware or a tea set.
Thank you. I have been a good
gilr.
PATTY NADAUD
I want a littel .truck and a baby
doll and maybe some other littel
toy.
JOHNNY NADAUD

Dear Santa Claus
This is what I want. I want a
dall carriage and a bike and a toy
terry Lee dall and a toy dall box
and a big box that has dall clothes
in it for terry Lee dall and a real
cook set.


Midnight Services At

Episcopal Church

St. James' Episcopal Church
offers an invitation to everyone
to attend their Christmas. Eve
services Wednesday night, De-
cember 24 at 11:00 p.m.
The services, held each year by
the church will have a program
of Christmas music by the Epis-
copal choir and a sermon by the
Rector in charge, Rev. Gardner
D. Underhill.
Everyone is cordially invited
to attend and welcome the first
hour of Christmas day in church.


Stores Announce

Holiday Hours

Most stores in Port St. Joe will
observe a long Christmas holiday.
All auto agencies and The Star
will be closed from Wednesday
evening until Monday morning.
The drug stores and grocery.
stores will be closed for Christmas
day only.
All other stores in Port St. Joe
will be closed Christmas day and
Friday.
So take heed, mama, and make
your purchases accordingly.

Museum Will Be Open
Over The Holidays
Mrs. Hubert Brinson, director of
the Constitution Museum here in
Port St. Joe is announcing special
holiday hours' for the museum.
The museum will be open through
'the Christmas holidays and New
Years. T-,iurs :rn beobserved are
from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Everyone is urged to bring your
to the museum.


Sharks Shade Big

Bay High, 32-29
The Port St. Joe Sharks tripped
up big Bay High 32-29 last Friday
night to end up their play before
taking a holiday break.
Port St. Joe led the game until
4:50 of the third quarter when Bay
High evened out the score at 20-
20. One minute later the Tornadoes
took their first and only lead, 22-


you please try to send them a dol, 20.
tea set, play furniture, and remem- The Sharks took an early four
ber other good boys and girls point lead and continued with a
would like nice toys for Christmas similar margin throughout the rest
too. of the game. Port St. Joe was. per-
The girls said they would be sistent in its point making by sink-
real good if you would be good ing a good percentage of its shots.
to them. Entering the fourth quarter the
Yours truly, Sharks led 30-24. But Bay High
GAYE, PAM and JENNY made a last and final drive for
TAYLOR victory.
P.S. Hope you don't forget us. Holding the Sharks to two points
Thank You during the fourth quarter, Bay be-
gan to creep up on the Sharks lead
Dear Santa Clause and came to within three points
Can you sany me a Engish bike of victory before they were stop-
with a speed sarometer and a lite ped. With the score'at 31-29 a foul
and trote all. was called on the Tornadoes giving
KATHY EELLS the Sharks the needed time to col-
lect one more point, get the re-
Dear Santa, bound, and freeze the ball until
*Hope you are getting along fine. the clock ran out.
I like you very much and I am Bob Munn, Shark guard, led the
fine too. Don't forget me this Sharks' scoring attack with a total
Christmas. I want chinese check- of 15 points. Tommy Mitchell had
,ers, Bingo, a cootie, monopoly, seven points.
Coke machine, mixer, cosmetic bag In the junior varsity game, Bay
and bicycle with training wheels. took an easy victory over Port St.
Your friend Jo 43-24.
JEANNINE BRITT St. Joe fg ft tp Bay HI fg ft tp
Chism 2 3 7 King 0 1 1


Dear Santa Claus,
I'm good. Bride doll with blond
'far uncanAMI I-ifA w~qhihe


EUGENIA TRAWEEK hair, doll cradle, knife, wa-s ng ma-
NIA TRAW K chine, skates, iron and ironing
Dear Santa, board. Bring Grunty and Snowball
I thought I would write you a something A AROL LWI
letter for some little girls. Their continuedd on Page 4)
(Continued on Page 4)


.Iunn
NI-white
MNitchell'
Daniell
Smith
Score


Bay High
Port St. Joe


6 3 15 I Brown
1 0 2 Cardell
3 1 7 Mize
0 1 1 Gore
0 0 0 Messer
by quarters:


3 3
21
3 0
2 2
1 0


7 17 24-29
11 19 30-32


Paper Co. Will

Treat 39 Boys

The St. Joe Paper Company has
made 'arrangements this year to
send the entire 'Shark football
squad to the Gator Bowl in Jack-
sonville Saturday.
The Paper Company has sent the
Sharks to the game for the past
four years with all expenses paid
by the Company.
Arrangements for the Sharks to
see the game were made .by SJPC
President, Roger Main, who is ac-
tive on the Gator Bowl committee.
The Sharks will leave from the
bus station at 4:00 a.m. Saturday
morning by chartered bus. They
will have lunch at the Seminole
Hotel in Jacksonville as the guest
of the Paper Company. Then they
will attend the Bowl game between
the University of Florida and the
University of Mississippi. On the
return trip home the Sharks- will,
have supper.
The Paper Company will pick up
the tab on the entire affair.
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Infant Is Victim

Of Home Accident

Little Karen- Stepp, three month
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Stepp died as the result of an ac-
cident in the Stepp home Thurs-
day, December 18. Mr. Stepp is the
commanding officer of the U. S.
Coast Guard Station at Cape San
Blas.
Graveside services were held for
the i.r.ant i'i'!a.y afternoon at Hol-
ly Hill Cemetery conducted by the
Rev. J. C. Odum, pastor of -the Long
Avenue Baptist Church.
The infant is survived by her
parents and two brothers.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
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B&PWC Will Sponsor

New Year's Eve Dance
The Port St. Joe Business and
Professional Woman's Club will
sponsor a 'New Year's Eve dance
next Wednesday night at the Cen-
tennial Building. The dance will
begin at 9:30 p.m. Admission is
$3.50 per couple.
Paul Ellis Orchestra will fur-
nish music for the event.
,Anyone desiring reservations
should call 7-3581 after 5:00 p.m.
or write Mrs. Sue Spaulding listing
the number, of persons you wish
to make reservations for.
Profits derived from the dance
will be used to educate local peo-
ple aboue cancer, in cooperation
with the American Cancer Society.


STAC House Holiday

Ball, December 30

The formal STAC House holiday
ball is Tuesday night, December
30. Music for the ball is to be by
George Gore and his trio of Panama
City.
The student STAC House com-
mittee would like to extend a cor-
dial invitation to all college stu-
dents to attend the holiday ball.
Tickets may be purchased at
$1.00 a couple and 75c stag from
any member of the STAC House
committee.
-K
Visiting Son
Rev. C. J. Buttram from Cotton-
dale, is visiting this week with his
son and family, Mr. and Mrs.'
Wayne Buttram.


THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1958


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ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISeQPAL.
fiey .G. D. Uederhlll, Rector
Christmas ve, Dee- 24, Wed-
sesday. .11,00 p.m., The Festal Cho-
ral Enacerist, sermon and candle
lighting. Observe Christmastide by
worshipping Christ, the newborn


r mid Mr. T KI]ng. God- gives Himself to man-
Mr. ad Mrs. T s AvCWork- kind4 and bilds you to receive Him
man announce the birth of.a'dalgh- the chiefest e tfis birthday's gifts.
ter, Debra Seae-on December 18. Attend Church Christmas Eve.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anthony Haly Innocents, 1 Christmas,
Starch announce the birth of, a Dec. 28.
baby girl Linda Darlend on Novem- 7:30 a.m., Celebration of the Holy
ber 18. Communion. 5:45 a.m, Church
S, School. 11:00 a.m., Morning Prayer
Advertising doesn't oot--4t PAYS and sermon. 6:30 p.m, The Episco-


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SThe public is cordially invited to important Changesf
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome. In Social Security
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Home for Christmas DisaSections
John Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs Disability Sections
J. Lamar Miller, is spending the
holidays here with his parents. The 1958 Amendments have brot
------ ---- important and significant changes
Holiday Visitor to the social security law, especially
Miss Bobbie Ward. a student at at it affects disabled persons, John
Brenau is spending the holidays V. 'Carey, district manager of the
with her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Panama City social security office
R. Stone. advised this week.
The nr.,v law, in addition to rais-


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
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.
S EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P,M ,
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) --.... 7:45- PM. ,
"Come and Worship God With Us"


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'in m l n'HE STAR, Port St. Joe, ra THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1958
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I4RO uiml IN-iAE OiRECiON OF

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At the Bus Station

4^ .OT DOGS
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IN APPRECIATION
I feel so unworthy and so hum-
bl of the lovely cards and other
things my friends have sent me
this Christmas.
Gratefully,
Esther Childers Barte e
Visiting In Little Rock
Dr. and Mrs. Wesley Grace are
spending the holidays with Dr.
Grace's mother in Little Rock,


Arkansas.
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Visiting In Virginia
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Christian and
children are visiting friends and
relatives in Richmond, Va., over
the holidays.
-K
Velting Parents
W. cL. Smith is spending the holi-
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur Smith.


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BEST OF THE SEASON
TO YOU AND YOURS
-,. HAMES' JEWELE


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LLSFED.ERAL

SAVINGS eand LOAN ASSOCIATION TO
of Port St. Joe- '- '. To
(Two Years Old December 18, 1958) All'
njoys" ..y.- ,hristm as 1. ^/ Christmas Blessings
n oys T.ap" y C hristmas s .
Thanks to the dear hearts and gentle people of.this splendid area RED'S SHOE SHOP
of our state

CITIZENS' FEDERAL has total of more than


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1 INSURED SAVINGS MONEY
Belonging to more than NINE HUNDRED wonderful people
With your forebearance. CITIZENS' FEDERAL'S office will inot be open
December 30 and 31 for figuring and crediting dividends, ringing out
the old year and singing in the new,

ST T CITIZENS' FEDERAL wishi -ach
all a joyful Christm.s 4,
prro erousu r.;- _,

Savings received by the 10th earn from the first--YOU CAN EARN FULL LIX *
MONTHS PROFIT JUNE 30th





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January, 1959, and"providing month-
ly payments for dependents of
disabled workers. relaxed the work
re-Tuiremen-ts by omitting the re-
quirements by omittln'ifthe require-
ment of 1Y% years of work in the
three-year period before the onset
of the disability. The 1958 law does
not change the requirements con-
cerning ithe degree of disability.
Moreover, it is still required that
the worker have at least five years
of woire under social security in
the' 10 years before he became dis-
edbled. These changes- may affect
workers who were previously dis-
allowed because they'had not work-
ed for one and one-:.half years in
the three years before they becarime
disabled, or disabled' person, who
have not made .application for dis-
ability payments or 'the disability
freeze. -
Carey suggested ;,that disabled
persona ask themselves the follow-
ing questions:
J, Do I consider mnyself totally
and perinanentlty disabled?
2. in -the teaiit er Just prior to
the time ,I became~ disabled. did I
work at least fve- of these years
In' erpleyment ioie, red by soeal!
security?
SIf you can answer' yes to both of
h-ioe question- ui sa'lhould contact
the Panama City iracudi security of-
fice at 5i22 Mercer Avenue, Panama
City, imnmediatebl-y, airey concluded.
The telephone innbwr is PO 3-5331.


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To all our friends and many patrons...
We wish the very best during the coming year!


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NEWS FROM
Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
Ernest Huffman of Provencal,
La., is visiting his sister, Mrs.. Fan-
nie Mae McMillan this week.
Miss Nadine Boyette, who is at-
tending Lee -College, Memphis, Ten
is home to spend the holidays with
her father and other relatives.
Ward 'Richards, who has been
taking his Naval Basic Training at
San Diego, Calif., is spending the
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. 0. Richards and family. Up-
on returning to duty, Ward will
go to Treasur elsland, near San
Francisco, where he will attend
electronics school for 26 weeks.
Billy Joe Richards of University
of Florida is spending the holidays
with his parents and family, Mr.
and Mrs. T. 0. Richards.
Merl Seawright, USN of Norman,
Oklahoma is home. to spend the
holidays with his mother, Mrs.
Lourne Seawright and brother, Mel-
vin and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Rentz.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stead nd
children are spending two weeks
in Lynn Haven with their parents
and other relatives.
Mrs. Carl Raffield and children
are visiting for two weeks in Mara-
thon.


Mr. and Mrs. Donald Whitaker .,
*and son are visiting their parents
and other relatives in Bonifay over
the holidays.
Mrs. Kate Kendal of Pensacola
is' visiting ghler mother over the
Christmas holidays, Mrs. Willie En-
finger. -
Mr. and Mrs. James Kelley and .'
children left today for Oklahoma to s 'W
visit their parents and other rela- .
itves. t..
Mr. and Mrs. Doss Kelley and
son are -spending the holidays in
Dothan, Alabama with relatives. gray
Mrs. Kathleen Brown and daugh-
ter Barbara ,Mrs. Eula Rogers, Miss
Mary Williams attended a concert
of Christmas music Thursday night
by the Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege chorale at Panama City.
Home for Holidays
Rudy Burge, with the U. S. Air /
Force is home for the holidays with W I jnbj
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buck
Burge. --


TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND

WONDERFUL CUSTOMERS!


JOYOUS HOLIDAY GRFETP

ST. JOE MOTOR Co.


WOOLFORD'S

STANDARD SERVICE STATION


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This wish, Santa framed for you,
Spells out Merry Christmas and
Happy Holidays, toold








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St Joe. PIA. THURSDAY, DitfMC PIR M, 1958


AND HOLY NIGHT...

...here's a prayer that our Savior's

iessage..iirst told so long ago..

will bring comfort and peace to

all mankind at Christmas...


Jimmy Greer

STANDARD SERVICE STATION



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"A CHRISTMAS FABLE" "TWELFTH NIGHT"
Trinity Choir of St. Paul Chapel Antonini and Orchestra
DECEMBER 25, 1:45 P.M. to 2:00 'P.M.

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matter through and concluded that
on the basis of sound reasoning
and carefully weighed considera-
tion of all the men involved, I
would have to go along with
TREND.
I know all' the men listed by
TRDND. They are personal friends
of long standing. Up until now I
had recognized them for their out-
standing qualities and considered'
them most able men but would
never have selected them as .the
six top men in Florida if someone
had asked me to dash off such a
list.
But after reading this amazing
article and considering ,every argu-
ment advanced. comparing it with


ed and attained top-rating in one
way or another, none wield the
power, influence and ability to
make things happen or prevent
,things from happening, that re-
sults in the creation of the Florida
we know today.
The article in the current issue
of TREND is one of the most
thought provoking and controver-
sial I have ever encountered. I am
sure it will bring a tremendous
amount of pro and con. 'If you do
not have a copy of the magazine,
I suggest you send $1.00 to Florida
TREND, P. 0. Box 150, Tampa for
a five months subscription which


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Roxie Ann Johns, Gary Gorden

-.-e a~d Dec. 12 At White City Church
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I Miss Roxie Ann Johns, daughter brother-in-law of the bride and
of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johns of Donald Taylor, cousin of the bride.
:Wausau, became the bride of Gary Mrs. Johns chose for her daugh-
Gorden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Iter's wedding a gray suit with black
Gorden of Bellfronto, Pennsylvania, accessories. Hoer corsage was of
' Friday evening, December 12 at white roses."
6:00 p.m., in the White City Mission- The table holding the bride's
ary Baptist Church. The beautiful book -was- identical to' that of the
and impressive double-ring cere- bride's table. The bride's book was
--imony was performed by the Rev. kept by Mrs. Marie tRobinson, sis-
C. A. Lundy. Southern magnolias ter of the bride.
formed the background for a cen- Following the reception, the
Itral arrangement of white gladioli young couple left for a wedding
and chrysanthemums with large trip through the North and will
floor baskets on either side. The visit with Mr. Gorden's parents in
bridal scene was lighted by burn- Bellfronto, Pennsylvania. They will
ing tapers in four wrought iron return home the first of the year.
seven branch candelabra. Mrs. Bob- Mrs. Gorden chose a black suit with
.I hie Joyce Johnson, pianist, Ten- black accessories for he traveling
' dered a program of nuptial music costume. Mrs. Gorden is a grad-
-) which included, "Day of Golden uate of Vernon High School with
: Promise", "Dearly Beloved", and the class of 1956 and was employed
"0, Promise Me". Preceding' the wit hthe St. Joe Paper Company.
ceremony Mrs. Debbie Tankersley Mr. Gorden attended' schools in
K sang, "I'll Walk Behide Thee" and Pennsylvania and is now a Sergeant
" closed the ceremony with "The in the Air Force and is currently


Lord's Prayer". The traditional
wedding march and recessional
were used.
The bride, who was given in mar-
Sri-'e by her brother Tee Hicks,
radiantly lovely in an exqui-
..-allerina length gown of alen-
: ice over taffeta. It featured
i back skirt. The long close-
Si,.:.: sleeves came to points over
i .rists. She wore a coronet style
Sr,.-.tip veil fashioned with pearls
t i i arrived a bouquet o white
with a white Bible presented
i ta the white Bible ceremony
i, YWA members of th eWhite
Church.
r. r maid of honor, Miss Bonnie
... strong, was lovely in a pink
S .of chiffon over taffeta. Her
S series were white and she
,rd a bouquet of pink carna-
I Tihr bridesmaid, Mrs. Ruth
i. sister-in-law of the bride
S vely in a blue gown of chif-


stationed, at Eglin Air Force aBse.
The couple plans to make their
home at Fort Walton. Beach after
the first of the year.

Home from Sewan-w,
Walter Wilder, student at Se-
wanee University of the South is
spending the holidays with his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wilder.

Visiting Parents
Ruth Lynn Ramsey, a student
nurse at Emory University, is


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25 1958

spending the Christmas holidays Christmas Visitor W
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Visitors of Mr. and- Ms-RW-Sey
EO Ramsey. Ramsey over the ChrifnSaaiholi-
days are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ramsey
Visits Mother and son of Prove, Utah; Mr. and
Jimmy Fuller, a student at Mar- Mrs. Edward Ramsey and:-tamily
ion Institute is spending the holi- of .DeLand d aMr. and .Mrs. .Bob
days with his mother and brother, Rasey and ,son of.Peanacola-.
Mrs. L. J. Fuller and Maurice.













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Like the Wise Men of old,
may you find treasures of the
heart and the spirit this Noell

G U L F Service Stations
Aubrey R. Tomlinson
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e:. r taffeta made identically
.. e maid-of-honor's. Her acces-
S. were of white and she car-
S.. a bouquet of blue carnations.
.. ...... L :tte Hicks, neice of the bride
She flower girl and chose for
S. casion a gown of sunshine
wi l with a lace bodice. She car-
i', a bouquet of yellow carna-
Glenn Harper was ring bear-
Dr excl Lundy served the groom
"' ,- .st man and groomsman was
i.j T, t icks, brother of the brdie.
-Th ushers were W. C. Robinson,


MERRT


CHRISTMAS

May the gifts
of happiness
grow for you--
and give you
lasting pleasure


Pridgeon Tnurance Agency


Old St. Nick Will soon be

coming down your chimney

and we'd like to "present"

uou with our best wishes .

for a jop.ifu holiday!


8:30 9:00-Christmas In The
Air by Citizens' Fed-12:15
eral.
9:45 10:00-The Christmas- Tree 1:00.
by Florida Bank at
Port St. Joe.
10:15 10:30-A Christmas Fable by 1:45
St. Joe Paper Co.
10:45 11:00--A Christmas Feast by 2:00
by IGA Foodliner.
11:00 12:00-Christmas Carols by
St. Joseph Telephone 3:15
& Telegraph Co., and


AN Railroad low Shop.
12:45-Christmas Greetings3:30 4:00--Lullabye of Christma*
from the Port Theatre by J. Lamar Miller.
1:30-Music at Christmas4:0' 4:30---Christmas Traditions
by Comforter Funeral by Tapper Construc-
Home tion Co.
2:00-The Twelfth Night byDHRISTMAS CAROLS ALL DAY
St. Joe Paper Co. LONG=.
3::)D-The Messiah by the Sign on, the ,Ar at-7:f30 with
Wewahitchka S t a t-e Christma Cato Ios
Bank. You'll hear Christmas greetings
3:30;-From St. Nick to from all your friends all day
Santa by the Bunga-, over WJOE


COWE LET US ADORE HIM...
le us reserve a part of our
joyous holiday for thoughts of Him
Who'is The Christmas Spirit.


STONES' SHOP for MEN.


Christmas -reetings To All

Prince Prcess Shop


i ROCHE APPLIANCES

STOP and SWAP


With Best Wishes for a


Very Merry Christmas from


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"THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1958 You need inspiration and gui-
dance during these trying times,
SHand there is no better way to get
0 renewed strength than by attend-
t Mh Ing church and witnessing to the
strength and power you receive
for daily living.
The Church Attendance Crusade
Surely, you want to do your part someone with you. 1In doing this is also going on in Port St. Joe
ia the World Wide Church Attend- simple act of unselfishness, you now. Lreoy Bowdoin, principal of
ance Movement! It is such a sim- will be joining persons around the the St. Joe High School, is Ical
ple thing to do-to give your im- world in worshiping God and in chairman of the Crusade.
plicit loyalty to your church and praying for unity and strength and -
to witness for Christ through sett- power for daily living. CARD OF THANKS
ing an example by attending church Everything possible is being done We would like to express our
every Sunday. This is the freedom to make our worship services help- sincere and heartfelt appreciation
for which our forefathers sacrificed. ful and inspiring in order that you for the deeds and gestures of kind-
Churches of many denominations will "Try His Way" and "Bring ness and the expressions of' sym-
across these great. United States Others With You". A church has pathtye sany frin
and in foreign lands are sharing in no more importance to its commun- d o en bereavement and
this great Movement. We do ear- ity tha nit has to its people. We loss of our beloved mother, sisterand
neatly pray that In the months and ask that you renew your loyalty and aunt, Laura Jean 'Stevens.
years ahead, beginning next Sun- and set an example to your fellow May God bless you.
day ,you will attend church every man by attending church every JMy d b tso
Sunday and' that you will take I Sunday. Jimmy and Tommy Stevens .
M and 'iNTrTq.J.A-flhrit.h+ -


Home from University
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Taylor of
the University of Georgia, at Ath-
ens, Ga., are spending the holidays
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
0. M. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs.
John Blount.
Home For Holidays
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Costin, stu-
dents at FSU are home for the holi-
days visiting their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr.


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for its meaning to all ringS etber=true...


Snb so sincerelp tue mean toWiat tue ap,


We tWill repeat=abe a 3appy l olibap! '


Your COUNTY OFFICERS


GEORGE Y. CORE
CLERK of CIRCUIT COURT

H. 0. PRIDGEON
TAX COLLECTOR


COME LET US ADORE HIM THIS DAY


REMEMBERING THE TRUE AND LASTING


MEANING OF THIS HOLY CHRISTMAS SEASON..

MAY YOU FIND THE BLESSINGS YOU SEEK!


HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL





Wewahit ,A j Bank


"A Gulf County Landmark"


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B. E. PARKER
SHERIFF.

S. A. PATRICK
TAX ASSESSOR


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Florida Tree Yields
Frankincense

by CAROL H. BECK
Botanist, Florida Park Service
Visitors to Hugh Taylor Birch


State Park near Fort Lauderdale
and to Collier-Seminole State Park
on the Tamiami Trail exclaim over
the odd appearance of the gumbo-
limbo trees, never dreaming.- that
they are looking at a close relative
oF-the trees that gave the ancients,
frankincense and myrrh.


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Our ChristmasaWshes

Like the star that guided the

shepherds and wise men, may

the love and, glittering light

of the Season make this

Christmas your happiest!



St.JoeI|Tire R ecap Co.


FRANK PATE


BLAKE THOMASON


in its maturity this odd tree has as bae6s o rsalves, medicines, and myrrh in the mummifying process.
a huge red pillar-like trunk with confections. Frankincense a n d the Aztecs used gumbo-limbo.
a leafy top that is frequently lop- myrrh were- thought to be soothing Trees with pillar-like trunks
sided; The reddish ,brown bark of to both the mucous membrane and usually make good lumber, but in
this trunk is smooth, glistening' in the skin and therefore were used the gumbo-limb)o, the tall round
the light, while the top layer of the for digestive ailments, coughs, unbranched trunk is a disappoint-
bark sloughs off in paper-thin rheumatism, and skin ailments. It ment to the lumberman for the
translucent curls. Wherever there is quite possible that Mary accept- wood is too soft to use in any way.
is an injury, there is a glob of ed the gifts of the wise men, for Moreover it rots. so quickly that
gum such as one sees on the trunks more practical reasons than that shortly after it falls, it crumbles
of peach and cherry trees,. she wanted to burn them as in- to pieces.


High above are the branches
which:in spite of the fact that this
is strictly a tropical tree, -are bare
of leaves in the winter time. The
leaves are pinnately divided in
'much the same way as ,those of the
hickory although the individual
leaflets are differently shaped than
those of the hickory trees.
Flowers, so smal las to be almost
unnoticeable, appear in the spring
before the leaves come on\both the
male and female trees. After the
leaves have dropped, clusters of
red-brown fruits dangle from the
branches of the female trees. The
fruit clusters are about the size
of a man's fist, and the individual
fruits are -about the size of his
finger nail. The seeds, and there
are one or two in each fruit, are
pink.
Aside from its odd appearance,
the. interesting thing about the
gumhbo-limbo is that like its rela-
tives the frankincense and myrrh
trees, it bears a naromatic gum
which was used by the American
Indians just as those more fam-
ous gums were in the Holy Land.
When we read of the wise men
giving the gifts .of frankincense
and myrrh to the Christ child, we
think of them as perfumes so rare
as to be really appropriate gifts
for a divine child. They were rare
and expensive because they came
from across the Red Sea in dhows
and were transported across the
Arabian desert on camels for the
use of the Mediterranean peoples,
not only for Incense and perfumes,
but for many other things.
Frankincense and myrrh when
they were burned as incense,
sweetened the air of the temples of
the Old World, while gumbo-limbo
performed the same function on
the altars of the American Indians
from Peru and Venezuela to Mexico
and Florida. Later, the Catholic
church used gumbo-limbo in their
early American missions.
Since the days of antiquity and
even today, many gums were used


cense. What mother today would
refuse a gift of baby powder or oil
for her baby's skin, or something
soothing for his colic? If the Christ
child had been an Inca 'Indian or
an Eztec, his mother would have
accepted gumbo-limbo with just as
great alacrity and for the very
same reasons.
There are amazing similarities
between the civilizations of the
old Egyptians and the Aztecs.
Among these similarities is the
mummifying o fthe dead. Again we
are startled to learn that while the
Egyptians used frankincense and


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FAI.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1958



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Does, in his heart, God extol

Not in reason, but of soul-

bus he knows what was ieat'*

When The Child to us was sent.


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.ociation points out "Some of the
most bizarre crimes of recent
-w veeks were committed under the
I influence of alcohol. Teenage
-crimes and vandalism is on a rapid
increase. High school kids are get-
ti i. and using it (alcohol) in far
i. i2.ater numbers than 20 years

ir" a recent issue of the "Press-
i d", the Association notes,
I staetment was made that con-
o -i tion of hard liquors had fallen
. t.._i 3.4 gallons per capital in pro-
i ihilion days to 2.84 gallon sunder
S sales." Quoting from a report
American Business Men's Re-
--irch Foundation of Chicago: "In
1'. the first year actual statistics
.:, available, personal consump-
,.)a of intoxicants, reduced to ab-
,,ioe alcohol, was 0.53 gallons. In
Ii" 'i. the last year covered in this
i [o,.rt, consumption of intoxicants,
Iuuced to absolute alcohol, had
risen to 1.45 gallons per capital.
The population has increased and
the per capital consumption of in-
toxicants has risen almost 300 per
cent. (This is reduced to absolute
alcohol.)
"Beer is only 3.2 to about 6 per
cent, nad expressed in consumption,
means it is equal to 14.84 gallons
of 3.2 beer in 1934 and 40.6 gallons
in 1954. Expressed in wine consump-
tion, 3.52 gallons of wine per capi-
ta was consumed in 1934 and in-
creased to 9.657 gallons per capital
in 1954. These figures expressed in


But ,the Association points out,
"The real story is told in results
. of human tragedy. In 1910,
with legal sales, it was estimated
there were 2,673,000 alcoholics.
This dropped during Prohibition to
1,711,000 in 1920. In 1935 there were
still fewer alcoholics than in 1910,
and after two years of legal sales,
but now it has climbed to 4,589,000
in 1953, with an estimated one and
one-half million more problem
drinkers who had not been officially
diagnosed as alcoholics. No figures
are available for the past five
years. Various current estimates
run as high as 8 million,' 'the re-
port continued.
"Recent national estimates, made
by the National Cancer Society,
District of Columbia T. B. Associa-
tion, U. S. Health Service, and
United Nationals World Health Or-
ganilation, revealed that in the
United States, alcoholism is 5.5
times more prevalent than cancer;
3.2 times more prevalent than TB,
and 102 times more prevalent than
polio."
In reference to governmental tax
on alcoholic beverages, the report
stated, "In 1934 the government re-
ceived 593 million dollars in reve-
nue. In 1954, 3 billion 601 million
was taken One state received
13 million in revenue (but), the ac-
tual costs in courts, in Increased
law enforcement, care of inmates
(alcoholics) in institutions, was
more than the revenue."
The Association report observed,


Our entire staff wishes you

avery merry, merry Christmas


St. Joe Furniture & Appliance Co.
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10 l gChief Cause 80-proof liquors would mean thatrHl STAR, Port St. Joe, FIa. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1958
in 1934 it equalled 1.175 gallons In
1934 anud 3.625 gallons in 1954." "It has been estimated that one Want Ads Get ResuitU
oBf Crime increase The above figures "are comput- Northern state spends around 60 ___
v ys Baptists d from apparent annual per capi- million dollars to take care of the GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
ta consumption of alcoholic bever- results of about 15 million dollars ______ .______
The national crime rate "climbs ages, U. S. Statistical abstract 1934- in revenue." Advertising Doesn't Cost it PAYS
Slike percentage to he increase 35 as published by American Busi-
in alcoholic beverage consumption." ness Men's Research Foundation in
That Is the cncensus f the '"What's New About Alcohol and
That is the consensus of the Us?"
'iorthivest Coast Baptist Assocla- s'?"
'ion representing approximately 10, From another angle the BaptistAl
i00 Baptists in Bay, Gulf and Association makes this computa-
ranklin counties., tion: "Total expenditures for all
The association, according gto L. alcoholicbeverages in 1934 was
'i. Erwin, moderator, and T. C. 2.08 billion dollars, and in 1954 was
Odum, clerk, mhas decried the Xact 9.83 billions. Part of last year's
hat "various news media of thefigures were unavailable, but in
nation has sew mdi ceatan mis- t 1953 expenditure was 9.885 billions.
leading propaganda about the use Relative t advertising: "In 1934,
,f alcoholic beverages" and $3,890,155 was spent while the 1954
,ook the "occasion of the 25th an- tab was $31,236,146, according to
niversary of the repeal of Prohibi- Publishers Information Bureau an-
,ioTo o.f theh hs mleal o ro- nual reports for 1936-54. Of this,
ion to this misleading pro- $23,694,701 was spent to advertise -
paganda." liquor, $1,764,014 for wine, and $5,-
In a prepared statement, the as- 704,735 for beer." ;.- v.


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CLASS A B sl

FOR RENT: i and 2 bedroom ap-
FOR RENT: Furnished cottages artmnts. Furnished ori unfurnish-
and garage apartments, two to ed. Call 7-74ti anytime after
four bedroom. For permanent or Thursday af.lirnoion. SMrs. J. S.
temporary occupancy. Reasonable Shirey.
rates by month or week. See Mrs.
C. E. Thompson, Beacon Hill, or OR SALE
Call BAll 9-1184. Costin's Cottages,
Beacon Hill. tfc-9-4 I '-, t'w -e,, .-' wm amm,
FOR RENT: Furnished cottage at FOR SALE: 1 acres of land near
Beacon Hill. Reasonable. Se-e Si- Vili> Luamlon. Call Mrs. J. S.
las R. Stone or phone 7-7161. tfe l.ire. .-7'; any time after
-- Thursday evenin4.l
FOR RENT: Five room iinfurnishli- -
Fed house at 301 Woodward Ave. iTHE GREAT TIDE may be bought
$35.00 per month. Call Ben Dickens now at Caipbell's Drug Store
at BAll 7-2281. tfc-11-6 or call Mrs. Brinson at BA11 7-5756.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished gift wi. make a lovel hristmas
apartment. On 7th St. $40.00 per i
month. See W. 0. Anderson.
FOR SALE: '3 bedroom house. 411
)R RENT: 2 small furnished hou- olal Sit Sc Clio Adkison. 3tp
-es. 1 and 2 bedroom, $40 and SEWING WANTED: All types.
per month. Frank LeHardy, Monogramming. Third St. across
ilhone 7-5341. tfc-12-4 ,f, '-etiilily of God Church in
'Highland View.t Mrs. Akens. 3tp
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Mrs. -has. ILOST: Nurse's pin, bl-ue and gold.
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Wewahitchka, NE 9-2423. tfe-12-4
ELECTROLUX, the cleaner you
never have to empty. With floor
polisher. Sales, Service. Jack Cur-
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Phone SU 5-1007, Panama City. 4tp


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.
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Butle.
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IN ii
COURT,
FLORIDA.
IN RE: Estate o.
ANNIE ELIZAi;.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CRE
All creditors of t
Annie Elizabeth Dicke
are hereby notified an
file any claims or dc
they have against said
office of the County ,
County, Florida, in th
at Wewahitchka, Fl
eight (8) calendar mo
date of the first public
notice. Each claim or-
be in writing and m
place of residence an
address- of the claims
be sworn to by the,
agent, or his attorney
become void according
December 15, 1958.
Signed,
GASTON L. DIC:
ESTELLE DICKE
BENJAMIN IH. I
Administrators of
Annie Elizabeth
deceased.
Benjamin H. Dickens
Attorney for the Adi
First publication on
1958.
INTr rTTiTH COl/iTUNTM


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"EENS, eade Friry 9,, ac.. ,
ES\ 'Iard P. Malcfarlane, chaired. :
E. Atnractions. and Concessions'-
ie t cmittee.
d reqns, he 0na 1 i loth parade trad iionai- .
mands \\ 'ends in colorful cere onies be- Ti O:-
es. toe in grandstand, at. which thnime Park ac ti
Judge of tGut and, Queen of Gas.parilla Lake Wales a: ni
orida, within ia on .the .throne surround- then over to Cln i-,'
nths from he d court. The spectacle is Petersburg. .
cation of this clinia ,. 'urrendeJ, of keys itd
demand must to the ptai: of the Laoir incifltidou-
ust state the Pirate I a e talk by Gov. LeRoy Collin s at
rid post office T-e ]iageantrn S. Petersbur e -
ant and must marks office g of 'the week- a banquet in S9. Peter sbtergl'
claimant, his long Gasparili. "Festival. cently and the dedication of FPC's
Uy, or it will IThe parade t. oxinately new P1-ul L. Bartow power plant,
ig to law. two hours and 15 x; t a with Alan S. Boyd, chairman of the
the grandstand and nore Florida Railroad and Public Utili-
KENS than 3.000 marchers p ,ands i,s Commission, delivering the de \ "
NS MOSELY and 60 floats. dicatory address.
DICKENS
the estate of Macfarlane announced \ Local business. civic and govern- i. \ -
Dickens, stand seat prices as: box sea. T\rental leaders met with the bank- '.
s promenade; $3.00; reserved gi s at Winter Haven, Cypress Gar-
miinistrators Lsand seats (first seven row
December 18, $3.00; reserved grandstand seats V
4t-12-18 (above seventh row), $2.00; uncov- I -, REPAIRED at "RED
Y. JU..... ered reserved grandstand seats, CLEANED, F P D


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COURT, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
'IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
LAURA JEAN STEVENS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Laura Jean Stevens, deceased, or
her husband, Carl Stevens, deceas-
ed, are hereby notified and required
to file any claims or demands which
they may have against said estate
in the office of the County Judge
of Gulf County, Florida, at the
Courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor-
ida, within eight (8) calendar
months from the date of the first
publication of this notice. Each
claim or demand must be in writ-
ing and must state the place of
residence and post-office address of
the claimant and must be sworn to
by the claimant, his agent, or his
attorney, or it will become void ac-
cording to law.
Dated this 19th day of December,
195S.


(above seventh row), $2.00; uncov-
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$1.50; and uncovered reserved in-
field seats, $1.50.
Mail orders should be accompan-
ied by payment and self addressed,
stamped envelope, and sent to the
Florida State Fair, P. 0. Box 1231.
Tickets will be mailed prior to the
event.
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DREN --- ^SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. O,
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TABLE and CHAIRS T CHAIRS B. B. CONKLIN, N. G.
visiting brethren Invited.
J. C. MARTIN, Secty.
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ROY L. RUROH, Sooty.
All Master Masons cordially invited
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fa. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1958


.g -.-..sert With A Christmas Air


Rotary's District
Governor Makes His
Official Visit Here
District Governor J. C. Gissen-
daner of Chattahoochee made his
annual official visit to the Rotary
Club of Port St. Joe last Wednes-
day and Thursday.
A session was held by the club
Wednesday night at Van Horn's
at which time *all club committee
chairmen presented their reports
of the year's activities to the Gov-
ernor. Governor Jake had only
praise for the activities of the lo-
cal club and praised their com-
munity service, such as their Scout
sponsorship and their annual spon-
sorship of a visit from Santa Claus.
This visit was held Saturday af-
ternoon of last week.
In Thursday's regular luncheon
meeting the Governor witnessed
the club taking in a new member;
David May was taken into the
club.
In -his address of the day, the
Governor told how Rotary was
bringing about a "meeting of minds
throughout the world" through its
international organization, now in
!very country outside the Iron cur-
tain. Governor Jake asserted that
this meeting of minds and exchang-
ing of customs and understanding
)y personal contact was doing great
things toward national understand-
ing. He cited several instances


a new one. I have a 2 year old
brother Mike. He wants a helicop-
ter and my big sister Edith wants
a doll. They have been pretty good.
I'll be waiting for you Santa.
GEORGIE McLAWHON
Dear Santa,
I am a good girl. I have had a
good time with the doll you brought
last year. Please bring me a strol-


Josepn U. usenussmsaeYr -- ----
ler for my doll. I am 6 years old.
where clubs in this district have CAROL NANCE
been host to foreign students at
PSU and how a understanding of Dear Santa,
two nations has been brought We are very young, age 4 and 2
bout by these visits, so we are letting our mother write
Governor Jake said "helping oth- this letter for us. We have been
.ers is the aim of Rotary. We can't good boys and would like a hobby
help others without helping our- horse, some trucks and a cowboy
selves". Along this line, he urged suit for each of us.
aid in sending deserving pupils to Love,
school. As an example he told of BOBBY and DAVID
the St. Joe Paper Company's long KENNEDY
fight to gain control of the FEC P.S. We promise we won't fight
railroad. "For years the SJPC tried over the horse.
through the courts to gain control
of the road opposed by the Atlantic
Coast Line Railroad. Then Thomas Dear Santa,
Rice was elected president and the My name is Gregg Burch. I am
suit was withdrawn. It developed 6 years old. I have been a good
that in years past, Thomas Rice, 'boy and helped my mother and
a poor boy, was sent to school by daddy. I would like for you to bring
Mrs. duPont when he wanted to me a gas powered airplane, a po-
go but couldn't under his own fi- lice car, a train, a new seat, some
nuances handle bar .grips and a basket for
Getting back to his original my bicycle.
theme, Gissendaner ended his talk Santa, I have a little sister and
by stressing the need to give con- brother. Their names are Pamela
sideration to international feelings and Rusty. Pam is 4 years old
toward thie U.S. "Only by thit and she wants a doll, iron and iron-
means will the U.S. become the 'big ing board, and some things for her
'other' to its allies and att eaye bedroom. Rusty is almost 3 and
a good taste in their mouths". he wants a train, an airplane, a
Visitors at Thursdays meeting fire engine that he can ride in, and
were Merritt Pope, Wallace Laird, a pair of Zorro gloves.
William Bailey and Jim Tucker, all We love you,
of Panama City. GREGG BURCH
P.S. I will leave you something
under the Xmas tree.
LETTERS TO
Dear Santa,
ANTA Cl A S 1 Please bring me a surprise and
SRAIN A CLAUS something like "Have Gun, Will
(Continued from page 1) Travel". I have a new little sister
Dear Santa Clause :now and she's too little to write.
I been good at home, I been good But please bring her a doll. Her
at kindergarten too. I do any name is Susan.
thing my mommie tells me to. I1 I sure have liked my 'trike' that
want a electric train and a dragline,, you brought last year. Thank you.


Love,
BDIW QUARLES
P.S. I live on Ninth Street in
St. Joe, Florida.
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"PEACE
ON EARTH"
This the eternal
message to the
world rings out
at Christmas!

THE STAR

Port St. Joe, Florida


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A welcome change from the rich -pies and puddings of the
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Scooking tapioca thickens the Cranberry-Orange Sauce, too.
MOLDED TAPIOCA CREAM
1 egg white V/g teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons sugar 2 tablespoons sugar
1 egg yolk 1 teaspoon gelatin
2 cups milk
3 tablespoon quick-cooking V, teaspoon vanilla
tapioca Cranberry-Orange Sauce
Beat the egg white until foamy. Add 2 tablespoons sugar and
continue beating with egg beater until meringue stands in soft
(peaks. Set aside. :
Mix egg yolk, milk, quick-cooking tapioca, salt. 2 tablespoons
sugar, and, the gelatin in saucepan. Cook and stir over medium
heat until mixture comes to a full boil (5 to 8 minutes). Pour
a small amount of hot mixture gradually into meringue, blend-
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Let stand 20 minutes, stir, and pour into a 1-quart mold. Chill
until firm. To serve, unmold and serve with Cranberry-Orange
Sauce. Makes 5 or 6 servings.
CRANBERRY-ORANGE SAUC-
1 cup fresh cranberries 1 cup sugar
/2 medium orange 1/2 cup water
1 tablespoon quick-cooking 1 teaspoons Curacao
tapioca
Grind cranberries and orange (skin and pulp) and set aside.
Combine tapioca, sugar and water in a saucepan. Cook and stir
over medium heat until mixture comes to a boil; reduce heat
and simmer 3 minutes. Add ground cranberries and orange and
simmer 3 minutes longer. Just before serving, add Curacao.
Serve warm with Molded Tapioca Cream, ice cream, pudding or
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