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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: January 29, 1959
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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RELIGIOUS CENSUS TAKER CAPTAINS look over a map of the City of Port 'St. Joe to determine their
areas of work. Pictured above are the Census Director, Rev. J. C. Odum, left, and Captains E. L. 'Light-
foot, Austin Mallet, Joe McLeod, L. W. Porter and Charles Wall. ( photo)


City Churches Combining


Efforts In Area Census Count


A community-wide census, sponsored by the Port St. Joe
Ministerial Alliance and under the direction of Rev. C. Odum,
pastor of the Long Avenue Baptist Church, will be taken Sunday
afternoon, February 1, between the hours of 2:00 and 4:00 p.m.
The areas to be covered are Port St. Joe, Ward Ridge, Oak Grove
and Kenney's Mill. The Highland View churches will take a
census of that community at the same time.


Sunday school superintendents
of the various churches will act as
zone captains. These zone captains
and their helpers are as follows:
ZONE NO. 1
E. IL. 'Lightfoot, captain. Helpers:
Jesse Stone, Mrs. Jesse Stone, Mrs.
Bill Brown. Mrs. H. A.- Campbell.
Joel Lovett, Mrs. Joel Lovett, Mrs.
'T.l Ramsey, Roy -"' -n. M. s. Roy
Hellen and H. L. Ford.
ZONE NO. 2
'L. W. Porter, captain. Helpers:
Floyd Roberts, Fennon Talley, Karl
Marshall, Mrs. Karl Marshall, Tom
Moon, Mrs. Tom Moou, Hoke Glass,
Mrs. Hoke Glass, Bill Brown, Mrs.
Sam Johnson, Mrs. Eldridge Money,
Joe Ferrell, Mrs. T. D. Hutchins,
Mras. Harry MeKnight, Joe Wilkie
and J. C. Traweek.
ZONE NO. 3
Charles Gill, captain. Helpers:
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Mrs. A. S. Cha-
son, Paul Fensom, Mrs. Paul Fen-
som, Ray Lavell, Mrs. Ray Lavell,
Kay 'Clark, Mrs. Austin Mallet,
Mrs. E. C. Cason, Mrs. Abbie
Daughtry, Miss Alma Baggett, Mrs.
Durel Brigman and Frank Pate.
ZONE NO. 4
Austin Mallet, captain. Helpers:
B. 'E. 'Rawls, George. Wimberly. Jr.,


-Church Attendance


First Methodist Church
Sunday School 175
Youth Fello-v x .hi .. ..i. ........ 32
W orship ervi:e .. .... ..... 349
Mexico Peach Methodist
Sunday S l ..... .................. 30
Worship S j ir evis ... 34
Honeyville Methodist
Sunday School 69
Youth F:.ilowslbip 18
Worship Service 90
First Methodist Church
Wewahitchka
Sunday School 72
Youth Fellowship 16
Worship Services 127
Presbyterian Church -
Wewahitchka
Sunday School 22
Worship Service 13
First Presbyterian Church
'Sunday School 56
Youth Fellowship 17
Worship Services, 92
Long Avenue Baptist
Sunday School 172
Training Union 103
Worship Services 271


Mrs. Tom Coldewey, Miss 'Betty First Baptist Church
Ward, Benny Corbitt, Billy McFar. Sunday School 283
land, Mrs. Charles Smith, Mrs. R. Training Union 127
M. SpIllers, A. P. Jackson, Herman Worship Services 470
Barbee, MBrs. Ethel Holiday and White City Baptist
James Yadon. Sunday School 108
ZONE NO 5 Training Union 48
ZONE NO. 5Worship Services 163
Charles Wall, captain. Helpers: Worship Services 163
Elmo. Godfrey, Hubert Richards, .Highland View 'Baptist
M. L. Britt, P. B. Fairley. Miss Mel- Sunday School 89
,ba Butts. Miss Lavern Glass and Training Union 60
MrS J. C. Price. Worship Service 172
ZONE NO. 8 ,First Baptist Church
Joseph E. McLeod, captain. Help- u Wewahitchka
er&: J. L. Temple, R. E. King, Har- ^Tra^ing Union 84
ry McKnight, Doyle Retherford, l Worship Services 312
John Odom, L. Z. Henderson, Mrs.
*L. Z. Henderson, Billy Barlow and Highland View Methodist
Mrs. Billy Barlow. Sunday School 55
Mr. Bly aow. Youth Fellowship 10
Everyone is urged to remain at Worship Services 89
home during the hours of 2:00 to
4:00 paa. 'Sunday, February 1, and St. James' Episcopal
to cooperate with the census takers Celebration Holy Eucharist --13
Church School 31
by supplying all the information re- Moriing Prayer & Sermon --.- 73
quested. Young Churchmen 12
This information will be shared
equally by all the churches in the Zion Fair Baptist
Port St. Joe area. Worship Services 271


Sharks Fail To Fatten Their Win

Column In Three Tries This Week

Port St. Joe's Sharks cage squad hit for seven more points and at
fell heavily to the Marianna Bull-1 the half :way spot led 14-11.
dogs Friday night, 41-29, to give the The Bulldogs defense began to
Sharks their third defeat in 11 tighten in the third quarter' and
starts. Marianna jumped to its first defi-
The two teams stayed close dur- nate lead, scoring 11 more points
ing the first quarter with Marianna while holding Port St. Joe to two.
managing out a slim 7-6 lead. In Marianna led into the fourth quar-
the second quarter Marianna's tight ter with a 24-13 score.
defense stopped Port St. Joe at I Despite a sudden scoring rage by
the 11 point mark. The Bulldogs the Sharks in the fourth quarter


NWFC Makes Some

Changes In Rules

The Northwest Florida Confer-
ence held a meeting last Monday
in Chipley at 8:00 p.m.
A committee composed of Leroy
Bowdoin, Harry Howell and Burvin
Pugh presented a revised constitu-
tion for the conference to act on.
The principal revision in the con-
stitution was the scrapping of the
Dickenson System for deterniriing
the Conference championship.
Clianmpions will now be determin-
eri on a percentage basis for con-
ference sanies played. A team must
play every other team in the con-
ference to be legible for the cham-
pionship. A playoff game will be
played in case of a tie for first
place.
Milton High School made a for-
mal application for membership in
the conference. They were admit-
ted by a unanimous vote of mem-
ber schools.j
Milton will not be eligible for the
championship until they can sche-
dule all schools in the conference.
The Conference basketball tour-
nament was also arranged at this
meeting.
Leroy Bowdoin and Marion Craig
represented Port St. Joe High
School at the meeting.


Miss Juanita Gunn

Is Taken By Death

'Miss Juanita Gunn, 43, a resident
of Port iSt. Joe for the past 23
years passed away in a Jackson-
ville Hospital Sunday morning af-
ter an illness of several weeks.
'Miss Gunn has been a public
school teacher and had taught in
the Port St.-Joe Elemenr ar,- school
for the past 2.3 y"ars 'She was visit-
ing for the Christmas holidays with
'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Butler Gunn in Jacksonville at the
time of her fatal illness. She was
born in Dekalb, Misls.ssippir
She was a member of the Mur-
ray Hill Methodist Church in Jack-
sonville and the Florida Education
Association-
Surviving besides her parents
are: two sisters, Mrs. A. H. Prin-
gel of Jacksonville and Mrs. J. F.
Brown of Palatka and several ne-
phews and a aniee.
Funeral services were held at 2
p.m. Tuesday in the Murray Hill
Methodist Church with Rev. Elliott
Ritch, pastor of the church, and
Rev. Carl Howell, pastor of the
Murray Hill Baptist Church, offi-
ciating.
Active pallbearers were H. E.
Bollinger, William C. Perry, 'R. C.
Higginbotham, R. C. Copeland, 0.
F. Blalock and C. C. Kilcrease Hon-
orary pallbearers were W. M. Mc-
Gill, CG L At.:hley. Dr. James Da-
vis, Dr. A. C. Williams, C. J. Mmyly,
J. R Welborn, H. E. Richards,
Thomas Owens, J. E. Balkeom,
Dave Maddox, Bring Scisson, Earl
Rollins, Otis Pvlo. James Greer, J.
T. Ricketson, Ttornwell Brown and
Ed Ramsey.
,Interment was in Riverside Me-
morial Park CeinetEryt under the
direction of Hardage and Sons Fun-
eral Directors.

NWFC Basketball Tourney
Set For February 5 thru 7

The Nortl .-.t Florida Basket-
ball Conference tournament will be-
gin next Thursday night a. 7 07
p:m., CST, in Marianna. The tour-
nament games will be played Thurs-
day. Friday and 'Saturday. Admis-
sion to all games will be 50c and
1$1.00. Officials picked to preside
over the games are Jim Deery and
Bruce Roney.
Seeded teams in the tournament
are: Malone, number one; Walton,
number two; Marianna, number
three and Chipley, number four.
Malone and Walton drew byes in
first round 'games.
Port St. Joe will open the tour-
nament with Chipley Thursday
night at .7:00 p.m. CST. The second
game' will be played between
Quincy and Marianna at 8:30 p.m.
OST.


Chamber of Commerce


Meeting Monday Nite



Committee Heads Will Give Their Annual

Reports; Barbecue Is On The Menu

The Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual
dinner meeting Monday night, February 2 at 8:00 p.m. The
meeting will be held at the Centennial Building with a barbecue
dinner to be served.


the Bulldogs went on to take the
victory.

Port St. Joe's Sharks lost another
thriller ,Saturday night, when the
Chipley Tigers .edged by the locals
for the second time this season.
The Sharks were beaten by a 42-
41 score. Tight scores have been
a regular thing with the Sharks
this year.
Chipley led by one point at the
half but the Sharks went ahead .by
three in the third quarter and at
the final buzzer Port St. Joe was
valiantly trying .to make one more
field goal to 'win but missed its
chance and time ran out.
Ed Smith and David Musselwhite
paced the Sharks with 12 points
each.
The Tigers scoring attack was
led 'by Wesley Shoemaker with 10
points and Buddy Hartzog with 11.
The Tigers moved into the final
quarter trailing 3,2-34, ,but poured
throughh 10 points and held the
Sharks to seven marks to cop the
(Continued on Page 2)


The main event of the evening
will' be the installation of new offi-
cers and directors. Officers to be
installed are: President, Tom S.
Coldewey; Vice-President, Dr. Jos-
eph P. Hendrix and Secretary,
Treasurer, S. L. Barke. New direc-
tors to be installed are: Martin
Begley, Herbert Brown and George
Wimberly, Jr.
The new directors were elected
at the last meeting of the Cham-
ber in December. The new officers
were elected by the Board of Di-
rectors on January 13.
All members and anyone Interest-
ed in becoming members of the
Chamber of Commerce are invited
to attend.
Past President, George G. Tap-
per advised that all committee
chairmen for the past year are to
make their annual reports at the
Monday meeting.
Many out-of-town dignitaries are
expected to attend.
The Chamber of Commerce now
has 16,6 paid up members and eight
honorary members.


STAR


THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1959


Mothers Will

March On Polio

Tonight At 7

Cafes, Drug Stores Are
Offering Coffee Sales

Port St. Joe's annual Mother's
March on Polio will be held to-
night (Thursday) to solicit funds
for the March of Dimes Drive
which is now in progress in Gulf
County.
Mrs. Joe Christian is heading up
the Mother's March in Gulf County
with her assistants serving as cap-
tains in other communities of the
County as follows: Wewa-hitchka,
Mrs. Claude Lister; Beach area,
Mrs. Courtney Martin; Highland
View, Mrs. H. F. Ayers; Oak Grove,
Mrs. Joel Lovett and Kenney's Mill,
Mrs. Kate Downs.
The Mothers urge that you leave
your porch light on tonight be-
tween the hours of 7:00 and 8:00
p.m. if you wish to contribute to
this Drive. Mrs. Christian urged
that everyone give generously as
the Drive this year is multi-pur-
posed in that funds will be provid-
ed by the Drive to care for those
afflicted by polio, birth defects in
children and arthritis research.
Workers taking part in the drive
in Port St. Joe will be Mrs. Jack
(Continued On Page 4)


MONEY TALKS--Let' keep
it where we can speak with It
once in awhile-Trade with
your home town merchantal


NUMBER 18


People Will Pump For Polio In Service Stations;
Other Pr tions Will Bring In Funds Saturday

The March of Dimes will get a big boost in Port St. Joe this
week end with several activities planned for the raising of the
thin dimes for Polio, Arthritis and birth defect research. The
citizens of the city will be manning gas pumps,, selling peanuts
and other activities for the Dimes Drive. Other, businessmen will
be giving the profits on certain items for'the fund.


White City Post

Office Is Closed

Effective January 31, 1959, the
White City Rural Post Office Sta-
tion -will be closed according to
Postmaster Chauncey Costin.
The station was established on
July 1; 1956, in the George H. Har-
per grocery store with Harper as
clerk in charge.
Costin stated that due to the
small patronage of the office and
closing of the store by Harper, that
it was not feasible at this time to
try to continue a station at. White
City.
'Service to postal patrons in the
White City area will continue to be
supplied .by Star Route 1 from We-
wahitchka t i-,,i boxes erected
on the west side of the Wewahitch-
ka-Port St. Joe ih-way. .
Costin stated there were post. of-
fice boxes available in the Port St.
Joe office for those desiring to re-
ceive mail in this manner.


Scout Executive Urges Kiwanis Club

To Sponsor Sea Scout Shir Here

Bob Walton. Scout Executive of Panama City, spoke before
the Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club Tuesday urging that body to
sponsor a Sea Scout Ship in Port St. Joe.
Walton briefly outlined 'the pro-


gram of Sea Scouting o the .Kiwan-
ians, stressing the need for such an
organization for Port St. Joe .boys.
"When a boy gets to the age of 14
to 17, which Sea -Scouting takes
care of, he loses interest in the
rudiments of tenderfoot scouting
which makes up much of the reg-
ular Scouting meetings", said Wal-
ton. "Sea Scouting will teach the
boys, in addition to seamanship,
some of the social graces that he
must learn to take his place in the
adult world."
Walton listed the three ages of
boys-the 'me' age, the 'he' age
and the 'she' age--declaring that
the Sea Scouts was designed to
take care of the problems of boys
reaching the 'she' age.
Walton, listed three requisites of
a good Ship, which the Kiwanis
would be expected to provide if
they took on the sponsorship of
a Sea Scout Ship. He said that a
meeting place must be provided, a
good leader and the support of the


people.


Local Business

Buildings Sold

To Max Kllbourn

The sale of business buildings on
l4eid Avenue now occupied by the
Gulf Hardware and Supply Com-
pany and the Florida Power Cor-
poration for the past 20 years was
made this week by owner J. F.
Williams, of Quincy, to Max W.
Kilbourn, owner of Florida Engin-
eering Associates, Inc., a civil en-
gineering Tfirm operating out of
Port St. Joe. The sale ws announ-
ced by M. P. Tomlinson, local real
estate broker who handled t1i,
transaction for Williams with le-
gal details handled for the pur-
chasers by David C. Gaskin, attor-
ney, of Wewahitchka.
Mr. Kilbourn, whose firm does
extensive engineering and subdivi-
sion development work in the Big


In referring to juvenile delin- .sen area says tis is an inuca-
quency, Walton said that everybody tion of his faith in Port St. Joe.
has a solution to the problem, but His firm now employs 14 individ-
nobody will work at it. "Sea Scout- uals and has facilities to provide
ing works at combatting juvenile a varied engineering and surveying
delinquency, and you will control it service.
no other way." ,No statement was made as to
The Kiwanis Club listened atten- plans for use of the properties other
tively to Walton and asked many than it was purchased for invest-
questions concerning the move- meant purposes.
ment. The Club took the request ______ ______
under advisement and will decide Home Society; YWCA; Garden
at their meeting next week whe- Club of Jacksonville; and the Wo-
ther or not to sponsor the Ship. man's Club of Jacksonville.
(Survivbrs include her husband,
Last Rites Are Held Marc L. Fleishel; one daughter,
.Mrs. Demetria Fleishel Isaacs of
For Mrs. Marc Fleishel St. Augustine; one son, Marc L.
Fleishel, Jr., of Tampa; two sis-
Funeral services for Mrs. Marie tars, Mrs. J. M. Fly and Mrs.
Brode Fleishel-,will be held at 11 Joseph H. Mangum, both of Mem-
a.m. Monday at the residence with phis, Tenn.; three grandchildren,
the Rev. Albert J. Kissling, pastor Demetria Warren Weaver of the


of the Riverside Presbyterian
Church of Jacksonville, officiating.
Burial was in Oaklawn Cemetery.
Mrs. Fleishel, of 1002 Riverside
Avenue, Jacksonville, died Friday
morning, at her residence. She was
born in Memphis, Tenn., and had
lived in Jacksonville 46 years, com-
ing there from St. 'Louis, Mo. She
was a member of the Riverside
Presbyterian Church; Children's'


Hawaiian Islands; James. Milborn
Isaacs of St. Augustine and Lynn
Fleishel of Tampa; and two great-
grandchildren, Gale Demetria Wea-
ver and Richard Marc Weaver, both
of the Hawaiian Islands.
The Fleishel's were owners of
the old 'St. Joe Lumber and Export
Company here in Port St. Joe.
-----O TO CHURCH SUNDAY
BO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


Two area service stations will be
pumping gas for polio on Saturday
all day long.
In Port St. Joe the Hennessy Oil
Company at the Pate-Thomason
Service Center will give their pro-
fits for the day to the March of
Dimes. The pumps will be manned
by local citizens working for the
cause. The gas pump jockeys and
the times they will work are as
follows:
8:00 to 9:00 a.m., Bob Ellzey and
Jake Belin.
9:00 to 10:00 a.m., S. *L. Barke
and W. 0. Anderson.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m., Tom Colde-
wey and Bob Majors.
11:00 to 12:00 noon, Mark Frim-
odig, Harry Saunders and Calvin
Floyd.
12:00 to 1:00 p.m. Walter Duren
and George Tapper.
1:00 to 2:00 p.m. E. C. Harden,
A. J. Strickland ,and Coleman
Tharpe.
2:00 to 3:00 p.m. Georie Coop-
er and G. S. Croxton.
3:00 to 4:00 p.m. L. C. Nedley and
Watson Scmth .'
4:00 to 5: 0 pm. Wayne Ashley,
Marty Begley and Ce.il Costin, Jr.
5:00 to 6:00 p.m. Terry Hinote
and Hubert Richards.
Int Highland V:ew, D"a Le-ins
Rb,?l S.er.i.ee ? (t 11 will be pump-
ing for polio. This station will be
*-perated by Hlarry Herringion, prin-
cipal of the Highland View Ele-
mentary School and the Key Club
composed of, Edward Smith, Jackie
Mitchell, Steve Whealton, Willie
Daniell, Noble Stone, Tony Barbee,
Richard Zipperer, David Mussel-
white, Fred Griffin, Joe TWhaley,
Larry Davis, .Freddy Bowdoin, Ches-
ley Fensom, George Duren, Richard
Thompson, Terry Porter, Leonard
Costin, Nelson Hall, Gene Cox and
Robert Hutchins.
Other Activities
Other activities to be carried on
for the March of Dimes will be a
peanut sale conducted by students
of Port -St. Joe High School.
B. B. Conklin will give the pro-
fits he receives fromp income tax
business Saturday.
'Stone's Shop for Men will give
the gross profits on. all men's and
boys' socks sold Satuirday.
Hallmark's will have a March of
Diines counter with 'ewing items
ranging in price fromn 25c to $1.00
for a dime-whicl. will go to the
March of Dimes.
All in all, it shliald be a'profit-
able week end for jhe March of
Dimes. You are urgedl to patronize
these different activities, to make
it so.

Craig Attends National
Coaches Convention

Coach Marian Craig recently at-
tended a National Coaches Con-
vention in Cincinnati, Ohio on Jan-
uary 6 through 9. The Convention
was held at the Netherland Hilton
Hotel.
Activities at the convention in-
cluded a banquet dinner given by
the Canadian .Football League. At
another dinner, attended by Coach
Craig, Paul Dietzel, of LSU, was
presented his Coach of the Year in
the U. S. award.
Craig attended lectures by some
of the outstanding coaches in the
country including: Bud Wilkinson.
University of Oklahoma; Bear Bry-
ant, Alabama; Frank Howard,
Clemson; Jack Curtice. Stanford;
Bobby Dobbs, Tulsa University;
Eddie Erdlatz, Na- y. and others.
Florida High School coaches at-
tending included Otis Mooney, Mi-
ami Senior High; Nick Kotys, Mi-
ami Senior 'High; Joe MeNutty,
Southwest Miami High: Bill Sex-
ton, Leon High of Tallahasser: Leo-
nard Brown, West Palm Beach
Hii,, Spec Martin, DeLand and
Larry Slay, Fort Pierce.


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SPORT SHIRTS


$1.88
Attractive plaids and stripes all
sizes.


Selling Out Men's Long Sleeve
Knit

SPORT SHIRTS


$1.95 Values
2 FOR ONLY
$2.95 Values
2 FOR ONLY


S1.88

$2.88


Turtle necks and regular collars .
Smart styles


FREE -- 1 Pair first quality, full fashioned NYLON HOSE! (With $5.00 purchase or more) Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday only!

You'll find special savings on many items that space does not permit us to mention here. Take your
time see the happy new merchandise now on display Sea Nymph Swim Suits .. Youth Fair
and Jolly Junior Dresses Easter shoes and other new arrivals. Shop the BOYLES WAY and SAVE
your DOLLARS today!


36" Unbleached
MUSLIN
4 Yards 88c


Colorful Plaid
GINGHAMS
4 Yards 88c


FIRST QUALITY
FULL FASHIONED

NYLON HOSE

2 pr. 88c
Spring Shades


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY29, 1959


Dale and their troupe of entertain-
ers will make 14 appearances dur-
ing the fair staging Western acts
with special entertainment for the
kids who will be given an oppor-
tunity to see Trigger and Trigger,
Jr., in action from the Fair grand-
stand where seats may be reserved


at moderate prices.
,N

JOB PRINTING
Phone BAII 7-3161


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street


VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


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.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M.


TOO LATE TO
CLASSIFY
By 'RUSSELL KAY
Florida's greatest annual attrac-
tion, the Florida State Fair, is sche-
duled to open in Tampa Tuesday,
February 3 and will continue thru
Saturday, ebruary 14. No other ev-
ent in the state attracts as many
*people or 'has greater statewide par-
ticipation during the 11 big days
and 11 big nights it is in progress.
Just about every organization in
Florida participates in some man-
ner, young or old, rich or poor,
white or colored, and it is this unit-
ed effort on the part of so many
participants that make, it truly
your fair and mine.
Tampa is simply the assembling
plant where the finished product is
displayed. The building of this great
mid-winter exposition begins many
months ahead of its annual dates
'and continues at an accelerated
pace until opening day.
County agents and home demon-
stration agents collect the finest
specimens of Florida's fruits and
vegetables; dairymen and cattle-
men, poultry raisers, fruit grow-
ers and truck farmers plan with
care the various exhibits they plan
to display.
iSchool officials and educational
directors must work out every de-
tail that attends the organization
and transportation of thousands of
boys and girls from every section
of the state. Such groups as Future
Farmers and Homemakers, 4-H club
groups, school bands, science clas-
ses and other units.
Countless adult groups arejust
as busy completing plans for their
special type of participation. The
garden clubs, art associations, wo-
men's clubs, civic and fraternal
groups, state boards, bureaus and
commissions are responsible for ex-
hibits that tell of our progress in
forestry and fire control, fish and
game conservation, state promotion
and advertising, health and wel-
fare, and many other activities.
Then in a matter of hours the
hundreds of colorful exhibits and
displays of cattle, dairy herds, poul-
try, swine, fruit, vegetables, plants
and flowers must be transported to
Tampa and put together like a
giant jig-saw puzzle to create the
finished result that we know -as
the Florida State Fair.
Of course, the work of thigh vast
army of assistants must be direct-
ed and their work coordinated and
this is where the fair management
comes in. In Tapa General Manager
J. C. Huskisson and his able assis-
tant M. E. Twedell, with their fin-
gers on every detail, like architects
supervising the construction of a
mighty building, direct activities
cooperating with department heads
and exhibitors to keep things run-
ning smoothly.
Activity is just as feverish in the
ranks of Jose Gaspar's pirate band
as they make preparation to invade
and capture the city and stage their
gigantic annual parade that has tak-
en its place in national acclaim
alongside such events as the New
Orleans Mardi Gras, Pasadena Tour-
nament of Roses and the Memphis
Cotton Carnival. The Gasparilla in-
vasion date this year is Monday,
February 9.
A well balanced fair calls for fun
and frolic and high class entertain-
ment along with its colorful educa-
tional and commercial exhibits.
This year the Fair management is
bringing Roy Rogers and his wife
Dale along with their famed show
troupe from the Double R Ranch
and are scheduled to arrive in Tam-
pa Sunday, February 1. Roy and


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Prescriptions compounded by
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JOHN ROBERT SMITH
Pharmaceutical Chemist


Designed exclusively for youl
Your prescription is ordered to suit your
health needs that Is why we cannot
counter-prescribe, or make any ch age
in amount. The doctor orders better
health. We supply It!


"Come and Worship God With Us"


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


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aP 3 l l -FOR RENT: Five room unfurnish- ed. Call 7-3746. Mrs. J. S. Shirey
CK houseat 301Woodward Ave.
CASSffIED ADS .w 'FORREcNT:Completelysfured
$35.00 per month. Call Ben Dickens FOR RENT: Completely furnished
&t BAIl 7-2281. tc-11-6 house, including dishes and cook-
FOR RENT: .2 bedroom furnished Ing utensils if desired, two bedroom
FhouE, St. Toe Beach. $55 per mo. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished and one three bedroom house un-
Phone 7-7521S or aee Bill Carver. 2t apartment. On 7th St. $40.00 per furnished, except stove and refrig-
omlnth. See W 0. Anderson. erator. Both at St. Joe Beach. See
J. D. Clark or Call 7-7771 after 4
FOR RENT: Furnilsed cottage at 'p.m. or week ends.
Beacon Hill. Reasonable. See Si- FOR RENT: 1 and 2 bedroom ap-m. or week ends.
tas R. Stone or phone 7-7161. tto artments. Furnished or unfurnish- FOR RENT: Four room cottage,
-- furnished. $35 .per month. Phone
7-2520. Located at St. Joe Beach.
W W ....... r FOR RENT: -Apartment, furnished
or unfurnis4ied. Call or see Mrs.
Paul Farmer-in Oak Grove, Phone
7-2565. tfc-1-15
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, living rm.
What Is The Lafrgest
WlU hat IsT LaVt ~dining rm. and kitchen. Furnish-
ed. 4 miles South of St. Joe on
S_ Highway 30. Phone 9-1195. tfc-1-29


"Farm Group"


In Florida?

8sl8 Farm Families Who Regularly Save
Trading Stamps Are The Biggest
"Farm Group" in Florida.


There is still another side -
direct incomeforfarmers. Dur-
ing 1957 the industry pur-
chased $973,000 worth of
primary materials that go into
the manufacture of merchan-
dise for stamp redemption..
No one can contemplate
'these -facts and fail to realize
that b6th personally and eco-
nomically the trading stamp
industry is a meaningful and
welcome force in the life of
our state.



This message is published as public
information by THE SPERRY AND
HurTcmNSN Company, originator
63 years ago of S&H Green Stamps.


America's farm families are
traditionally thrifty. The same
pattern of thrift is found in
Florida. It is only natural,
therefore, that the response of
Florida farm families to one
of the oldest forms of thrift
-the trading stamrpp-is so
noticeable.
.Today, about 37,807 farm
families save them. You might
also say that these savers con-
stitute the largest single farm
group in the state.
During 1957 alone, thou-
sands of dollars worth of trad-'
ing stamp merchandise went
.into farm households in the
state, and every 2 seconds a
farm family is redeemingtrad-
ing stamps.
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FOR RENT: Furnished house at
Simmons Bayou on old Highway
98. Apply at Miller's Store. 2tp
FO:R RENT: Furnished apartment.
3 room with bath. J. F. Daniell,
216 9th Street, tfc-1-29
FOR RENT: House on 13th Street.
Good location. Phone 9-1291. 4t

FOR SALE

FOR SALE: 20 acres of land near
Willis Landing. Call Mrs. J. S.
Shirey, Phone 7-3746..
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom frame house
at White City. Completely finish-
ed in cypress paneling inside. Has
to be seen to be appreciated. 140'
frontage. CII 9-1137. tfc-1-29


FOR SALE
Three bedroom house on Marvin
Avenue. Only $600 down and bal-
ance on FHA loan.
Two bedroom house on McClel-
lan Avenue. $500 down and balance
on FHA loan.
Two bedroom home, White City.
Practically new and complete in
every detail. Hasd 125 ft. well,
youngstown kitchen sink, complete
bath and water heater. We can as-
sist you in financing this home.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Ph. BARl 7-3491 221 Reid Ave.

WANTED: Waitresses. Apply. in
person at the Seafarer Restau-
rant. Experience not necessary.
WANTED: Waitresses. Experienc-
' not necessary. Apply in person
at City Restaurant at the Bus Sta-
tion. tfc-1-29


FOR SALE
-Three bedroom home with
den on Marvin Ave. Pay own-
ers equity.
-Three bedroom hornm on Mc-
Clellan Ave. Reasonable.
-Beach Lots, Cape San Bias
Shores Subdivision. Terms to
suit you.
S FOR RENT
-Three bedroom, two bath ap-
artment, St. Joe Beach.
-Three bedroom home with big
'qoeo8 eor ";S 'uqood uoJi
-We are building 15 new
homes here in Port St. Joe on
Bellamy Circle. These houses
are being built under FHA
,Box 735 Ph. BAll 7-7741
and VA financing. If you are
interested ir owning your own
home, now is the time to buy.
-2 bedroom house, Overstreet,
411 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe
Florida. Priced to sell.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Reg. Real Estate Broker


Rug and Upholstery
CLEANING
FREE PICK-UP & DELIVERY
In PORT ST. JOE

MAGIC
Rug & Upholstery Cleaner
909 -Kraft Ave. Panama City
Phone PO 3-1769

F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say-
Ing money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP..
NEW CAR'OWNERS: P;obect that
bright new upholstery with tailor
made seat covers. Many fabrics to
choose from. Butler's Trim Shop,
Corner Second and Reid.
UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
furniture lo k old? Bring it to
Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second
and Reid for expert rebuilding.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and TRAILERS
Reel. Parts and Repairs
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tft--2


LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlln-
son, Phone 7-7501.
R. A. M.-R-hir onivo nation of
St. Johol-h Charlh r No. j6, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visi-
ing brothers welcome. Robert L.
Creamer, Sr., High Priest, H. R.
Maige, Secretary.
WILLIS V. ROWAI POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
100 p.m., American Legion Home.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. In Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
B. B. CONKLIN, N. G.
visiting brethren Invited.
J. C. MARTIN, Secty.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St Joe Lodge
No. Ill, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.

ROBERT W. SMITH, W.M.
ROY L. BUROH, 'Seety.
All Master Masons cordially invited
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
In Re: Estate of
T. A. SAUNDERS,
defeated.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of T. A.
Saunders, deceased, are hereby no-
tified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
have against the said estate'in the
office of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
,eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand must
be in writing and must state the
place of residence and post office
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, his
agent, or his attorney, or it will be-
come void according ,to law.
This the 23rd day of January, A.
D. 1959.
/s/ HARRY H. SAUNDERS
Administrator of the Estate
of T. A. Saunders, deceased.
,SILAS R. STONE,
Attorney for Administrator 4t-1-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery.
ROSS HUDSON, Jr.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ENID FAY HUDSON,
Defendant
NOTICE TO Enid Fay Hudson
whose place of residence is un-
known.
On or before the 2nd day of
March, A.D., 1959 the defendant,
Enid Fay Hudson is required to
serve upon Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address
is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of and file with the
Clerk of said Court, the original' of
an answer to the Bill of Complaint
filed against her herein.
WITNESS my -hantd and official
seal of said Court at Wewahltchka,


Bowdoin Tells Rotary About Facts

And Figures Facing State Schools


Leroy Bowdoin, principal of the
Port St. Joe High School gave the
Rotary Club a few interesting facts
and figures on the school situation
at their regular meeting Thursday
at the Motel St. Joe. *"' -
Bowdoin -began b-y saying that
what with the trends in popula-
tion growth and teacher shortages,
television classes would play an
extremely important part in edu-
cation within the next 20 years.
Bowdoin stated that already the
State of Florida is pretty hard put
just to keep up v.-ith the'growth
in school enrollment, and there is
no indications that the State will
begin to get ahead of the demand
in the near future. He said that
school enrollment in ,Florida this
year is over 80,000 pupils. over last
year.
While Florida trainde 1400 teah-
ers last year (900 of whom actually
went into the teaching profession
in Florida) the state's needs for
new teachers was 6,000 more than
the year before-..
Bowdoin dwelt on the recent con-
troversy of school expenditures .by
members ,of the Legislature and
groups throughout the state by say-
ing that the state spent only 18.3%
of its income on education last year.
In reference to recent charges of
"frivolous extras" being taught in
public schools, Bowdoin 'declared
that the local schools had no ex-
tras other than some adult classes.
Bowdoin warned that- Federal
education is coming and cited for
his argument the federal govern,
meant's entrance into the Civil De-
fense -education this year being in-
troduced into public schools.
Bowdoin laid most of the school's
ills at the parent's feet by saying
that "the pathos of parents in re-,
gards to their children's education
is appalling".
Guests of the club were Merritt
Pope of Panama City; Frank Grad-
dy of Wewahitchka and Bill Gra-
ham of Atlanta.


Gulf County, Florida, this 27th day
of January, A.D., 1959.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court.
(COURT SEAL) 4t-1-29


THE STAR
Phone 7-3161


OPEN DAILY, 2:45 P.M.
SATURDAY, 12:45 P.M.
TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191

THURSDAY and FRIDAY


SATURDAY ONLY


SUNDAY and MONDAY

;:. .. JAYNE .,

SMANSFIELD

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TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
H-.. i, iMPASSIONED P. .. LD BI ST-SELLER!
Burt Deborah KERR
LANCASTER .Frank SINATRA
',Aor.tgomery Donna
CLIFT REED


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No


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Come in and

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Serial Number

on the $20 Bill
And Win the $25.00 Jackpot Sat. Note
In case of a tie, it will be equally divided.
If there is not a wiener $5.00 will be added
to the jack-pot each week until there -is
a winner.
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SMALL MEATY SPARE LB.





RIBS S. Good Med. Heavy T-BONE 45

U. S. Good Med. Heavy T-BONE LB.


STEAK


99c


Register's Green Hill LB.

Sausage 49c

Register's Loose LB.

Weiners 39c
Mrs. Pickford's 2 LBS.


OLEO


35c


Frozen Chicken, Turkey and Beef 2 FOB


PIES


49c


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6/10 Armour Cotton Seed Limit 1


OIL


1.29


Large- Size SUPER 2 FOR

SuperSud 45c

.6 Oz. -- Maxwell House Instant

COFFEE 99c
Limit 1 With $5.00 Grocery Order
Borden's Canned 5 FOR

Biscuits 49c

Ideal & Sunbeam 16 Oz. Sandwich
Limit 2 Please 2 LOAVES


BREAD


35c


This Weekend



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t4 arStAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1,959 brothers, Ben of rDot an, ~aia., ups.,
S- Jr,, of Fort St. Joe and Billy Ear
NVWS FfOM son, New Jersey, died January 11, of Winter Garden. The funeral ser-
S1959 of pneumonia. She passed away vices were held Thursday, January
IHi i nd View in the All Souls Hospital of Morris- 15 with a Mass at 9:00 n.m.at St.
town, Pa. She was 33 years of age. New
S .y MRS. EULA ROGERS Mrs. Damiano was born in Dothan, Jresey. L
J- Ala., and had lived in Madison for Mrs. Leroy -Stokes and daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Doss Keli, Jr., 13 years. She leaves three sons,.of Mobile, Ala., are visiting her
were called to Madison, New Jer- Anthony, I, David and Steven and grandparents and family, Mr. and
"ay last week by the death of his AMrs. J. T. Rentz this week.
aster, Mrs. Frances Damiano.. I daughter Mss Mrs. T. J. Raffleld of Panama
Mrs. Frances (Kelly) Damlano, miano, all at home; her parents City andMrs. BaRaffieldofPort
wife of Anthony Damiano of Madi- Mr. and Mrs. Doss Kelly, Sr., three St. Joe drove to Fort Myers Sun-
day and brought Woodrow Raffield 1
back to his home In Panama Citya
after he had been in a hospital for

S. right leg while working on a shrimp d
^ boat from Panama City. The cap-a
atin of the boat, Dick Raffield with I
-a knowledge of first aid and the aid
t of radio reports from a doctor kept
young Raffield from bleedibig to
death during the two hour run to

Do you know ALL the things yrThe Highland View Baptist Circle
2 met in the home of Mrs. Lillian
... ... .. .' ;. Richter with three members and 0
that one visitor present. Mrs. Richter
used the prayer calendar and gave
.- I the program "Measure Your Suc-e
I! f


'" ,^ can do in your home

Warrengas costs so-LITTLE-does so MUCH!


DRY CLOTHES quick-
ly Even, perfect drying
365 daysayear A bl.i ng
in we'6 stormy ch.lly
weather when you ha '. ar,
LP-Gas Dryer!

BURN TRASH AND
GARBAGE. Odrless.
smokeless LP-Gas incin-
erators quickly dispose of :
everything that will burn.


D HEAT WATER faster.
SOceans of hot water froi,
small, low-cost, easily-
l installed LP-Gas heater.
No "premium rate."'
D COOK YOUR MEALS
automatically. Gives you
pure, clean, hot gas flame.
LP-Gas ranges offer new
features, safety devices.
D HEAT YOUR HOME
automatically. Clean,
healthful heat-ends
smoky, ugly, oily film on
walls, woodwork.


What Is Warrengas? Warrengas is pure LP-Gas with,
2 % times the heating power of natural gas. It is concentrated
into liqqueged form, packing a lot of gas into very small space,
so that we can deliver it to you easily and economically.
You've read about it in many magazines and farm papers..

PHONE OR COME IN TODAY!
S.. NO COST OR OBLIGATION! '


West Fla. Gas Co.
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


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View Baptist Church met Monday
at 4:30. Linda led-in the opening
prayer. The meeting was called to
order by the vice-president. The de-
votional reading was taken from
James 5:3. The name of the lesson
was '"Gold and Wild Onions". The
parts were given out for the next
meeting. The group then went on
community missions. There was 20c
taken in offering. Brenda Conley
dismissed with prayer.
NORMA SUE PETER'SON
Secretary


at :St. John's Episcopal Church, We-,
wahitohka.


The Highland View Baptist RA
met at the church Monday night for
their meeting with their leader,,
Gene Cox. The meeting was called
to roder by Ted Whitfield, Jr., and
opened with prayer by the leader)
Gene Cox. The next meeting will
be held February 9 at the church.

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


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Be our guest for a pleasure test ...


THIS IS THE ONE FOR WAGONS! 1959 CHEVY


Cherolet's five stunning
new station wagons for '59
are shaped to the new-
American taste with fresh,
fine Slimline design. And
they're beautifully practical
-with roomier, quieter
Bodies by Fisher, an even
smoother ride, new ease of
handling!


Wagons were never more beautiful or
dutiful. From low-set headlights to
wing-shaped tailgate, these '59 Chev-
rolets are as sweet looking as anything
on wheels. They're just about the
handiest things on wheels, too-from
their overhead-curving windshield to
their longer, wider load platform.
Besides additional cargo space, you
also get added seating room (4 inches
more in front, over 3 inches in back).
And you'll find such other practical
advantages as new easa-ratio- stee-


ing, Safety ,Plate Glass all around,
bigger, safer brakes, smoother-than-
ever Full Coil' suspension and a roll-
down rear window (electrically oper-
ated as standard equipment on the
9-passenger Kingswoodi. Your dealer's
waiting now with all the details on
why this year-more than ever-
Chevy's the one for wagons.


'VROLET


now-see the wider selection of models at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's!




-FLOYD CHEVROLET Co.


PHONE BAll 7-21 401 W1LLIAMS AVE.


G6666

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

Shoe Repair
225 REID AVE.


LISTEN TO

The Baptist Hour
EACH SUNDAY 4:00 P.M.
Over Radio Station

WJOE
1570 On Your Dial


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NEED A PLUMBER?
CALL BEAMAN
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Contract Work A Specialty
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Brand Name Plumbing Fixtures
-CAL.L US FOR FREE ESTIMATE-


TWO LICENSED PLUMBERS ON DUTY TO SERVE YOU

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Phone 7-2541 110 Hunter Circle
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Ceu At Enlisting Women Ia Mls- S i
tions", followed by prayer by Mrs. Veteran service
Richter. The next meeting will be I
t the home of Mrs. Loren Ken- Officer To Visit
nedy. Mrs. Carolyn Roney dismis-fw. .. = T -Vsit
sed the meeting with prayer.
Mr. and Mrs. Odis Tillman and Veterans of Gulf County who
bbay of Venice were visiting Mr. need assistance in obtaining bane-
and Mrs. C. C. Peterson and faom fits under the GI Bill, may receive
ljy. guidance from Preston L. Nicholas
,,ine Laird of Freeport visited Assistant 'State Service Officer.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Peterson and Nicholas will visit this area next
family recently. week for the purpose of helping
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stone had as veterans or their dependents in fil-
their guests over the week end, Mr. in.g claims for Compensation Bene-
and Mrs. Ira Porter and children fits or solving their Insurance prob-
of Marianna. lems. This free service includes as-
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Miles and distance to employers of veterans
daughter -and Mrs. A. J. Raffield under the GI Bill, Vocational Train-
and daughter spent Saturday eve- ing, Subsistence or other problems.
nng in Panama City shopping. During his visit in this area Ni-
Little Miss Linda Williams. is ill cholas may be contacted at the
in the Municipal Hospital where she City Hall from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
underwent surgery. All her friends E
wish her a speedy recovery. ST. JAMES' CHURCH
Circle One of the Highland View EPISCOPAL
Baptist Church met Tuesday, Jan- Rev. G ID. Underhill, Vicar
nary 27 in the home of Mrs. Ralph Sexagesima, February 1. 7:30
Branch. The chairman, Mrs. Roney, a.m., Celebration of the Holy Eu-
opened the meeting by reading charist. 9:45 a.m., Church School.
Judges 15:13. After a short business 11:00 a.m., Celebration of the Holy
session the group was dismissed ,by Eucharist and sermon. This is the
Mrs. C. C. Peterson. Delicious re- Family Service. Please bring the
freshments were served by the children and attend church as fam-
hostess. The next meeting will be ilies. The children will receive a
held in the 'home of Mrs. Jessie blessing at the Altar 'Rail. 6:30
Hallman in Oak Grove. p.m., The Episcopal Young Church-
men. 7:00 p.m., (CST) Celebration
The Junlor G.A.'s of the Highland of the Holy Eucharist and sermon


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Mrs, L. T. Fields of Blountstown
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Mr. and Mrs. Alan Oline and George James Smith in Apalachlcola on Mrs. Liptford, ,.:SS ,ireS e 1n
Cline in Panama City Sunday. Saturday. Mrs. G. K. Dormany visited her M '0n I Jam es Kilb rn Forest Fires Are
Mr. and Mrs. D, J. Norris and sister, Mrs. Nott in South CarolinaIA James ilgo trn f rs r s
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Gibson and children and Mrs. Loren White, recently. e i T
two sons Bobby and Billy, were spent Saturday in Fort Walton via- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Creamer spent rsB Helen ndc On TheI increase
guests of Mrs. Gibson's parents. ting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson and the week end in Perrtie Hall resident missionaries o
eMr. and Mrs. Everette M aar r and y. daughter tte dle o Port St. Joe, have returned fromi LACKLAND AFB, Texas-Aair- Dispatcher J. H. Pope, of the
over the week end. They are liv- M d Miss au ovtt t a three-day convention of J Iehovah man James P. Kilbourn, son of Mr. Florida Forestry Service says his
ng in Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. W. Lipford and chil- Mr and Mrs. Joel Lovette. spent Witnesses held at the Dothan, Ala- and Mrs. George N. Kilbourn of fire reports for January, 1959 show
Mr. Weley Smth and daughdren o aanna visited r. ith her grandparents. Mr. and bama city auditorium. They report 114 Hunter Circle, Port St. Joe, has an increase of careless fires over
S Mrs. Richard Lewis a record attendance of 793 dele- been assigned to a unit of the Air the-same period for 1958.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovete spent gates from three states. Material Command at Olmstead In the period between January
t e T e t s y AFB, Pa., for -duty and training as 1 and 25, six careless fires were
IF IRT Sunday in Vernon, as the guests The theme of the assembly was an engineering and scientific aide. reported that burned 67, acres of
FILL DIRT of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Haddock. "Expanding Our Ministry". The cli- He recently completed his Air forest, land. One incendiary fire
Mrs. L. H. Kelly visited Mrs. iax of the program was a discourse Force basic training here. occurred burning two acres for a
DS $4.50 per load Joel Lovette over the week -end. entitled "The Watch-Tower Society Airman Kilbourn graduated from total of seven fires burning 69 acres
$4.00 per load Mrs. Gentry's parents, Mr. and In God's Purpose" by J. W. Filson, Carrabelle High School and Flor- of forest lands.
Mrs. Law of East Point visited Mr. traveling representative of the ida State University where he ma- During the same period in 1958,
and Mrs. Gentry and family for a Watchtower .Society of Pennsylvan- ored in Geology. there were two careless fires burn-
UILDER S SA ND few ,days. ia and New York. He encouraged Airmen assigned directly to a ing 82.5 acres. This shows, an in-
Friends of Mr. Turner will be the Witnesses ministers and mis- duty station from basic training at crease of five fires and a decrease
IC YARDS $3.50 per cu. yd. glad to know that he i able toe sionaries of Jehovas God to dilli- Lackland will receive on-the-job o facres burned by 13.5 acres.
MORE $325 er ydat home, after spending some time :gently continue their house to training under highly-qualified spe- Dispatcher Pope urges that you
r MORE $3.25 per cu. yd. as a patient in the Municipal Hos- house preaching of the 'good news' cialists. They are selected for as- get in touch with the Forestry Ser-
pital. We wish him a speedy re- of Cri; ,.t'. kingdom until the end _signments on the basis of their in- vice before burning off land. He
Rentaland Dozer Rental cover vonne Griffin, sma comes. terests and aptitudes. says that it is much easier to con-
'(Rent l and Dozer' R n tal Miss Wyvonne Griffin, small- y- trol a fire than to suppress one
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Mrs. Sweet and Miss Hall are to a fiesuppressone
Griffin, is at home doing nicely, non-denominational mi s sionaries "Our forest lands are our bread
Harrow and Tiller $5.00 per hr. after having had a tonsilectomy and have been serving the local JOB PRINTING and butter", Pope said, "let's pro-
at the Municipal Hospital. communities for nearly two years tect them".
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Spears hon- teaching the'Bible and conducting Phone BAll 7-3161 -.
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THANK YOU Mr. and Mrs. Port St. Joe...

Your patronage has enabled us to celebrate our THIRD ANNIVERSARY
this March 3.

With humble and sincere thanks we will try to show our appreciation
for your show of confidence in us with nine weeks of exciting dele-
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GARDEN NOTES -
JANUARY
"After winter followeth summer,
after night the day returneth, and
after the tempest a great calm."
Thomas a'Kempis
With the same, sublime faith the
gardener knows that Spring's ten-
der touch will soon erase the
scars of Winter.
CHABAUD CARNATION
(Flower of the Month for January
Carnations are natives of 'South-
ern Europe, and have been in cul-
tivation for 2,000 years. The Cha-
baud strain was developed by care-
ful selection of the finest flowers
especially adapted to growing out-
doors in gardens. The fragrant
flowers are fully double in colors
of white, pink, red and yellow, and
occasionally variegated.
Their requirements are modest,
well drained sandy soil, neutral or
slightly acid suits them, and mod-
erate sunshine. Planted where they
get only morning sun, they fre-
quently last thru the summer. They
are particularly well suited to
Florida and deep South conditions.
Plant seeds in a finely pulveriz-
ed bed, or in flats: cover only one
quarter inch deep and firm down..
Transplant when about two inches
high; space 12 inches apart. They
grow slowly at first: weekly water-
ing with Hyponex or Hygro solu-
tion will keep them pushing. For
larger flowers disbud to leave only
one tip end to each stem.


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I THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1959

I Stork Shower Fetes
M Nrs. cCalvin
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Simmons an- The women of the St. Joe Paper
nounce the birth of a son, Jesse Company accounting department
Ray on January 17. honored Mrs. Emmett McCalvin
Mr. and Mrs. .hr.i!.- S. Adkison with a surprise stork shower at
announce the birth of a son, Roger the McCalvin home on Ninth Street
Wayne on January 17. Monday, January 26.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Law- Those attending- were: Letha
.rence announce the birth of a baby Westbrook, Monna Smith, Ann
boy, Raymond Eugene, Jr., on Jan- Pridgeon, Fannie McMillan, Chris-
tine Thursbay, Sue Spaulding, Jan-
uary 14. ice Sue Spaulding, Clazene Punt,
Mr. and Mrs. Sammy C. Parker Gail Marshall, Edna Kent, Bonnie
announce the birth of a son, Sam- Armstrong, Ailene Hightower, Mary
my Chason, Jr., born January 13. bray, Ruby Gay, Martha Black-
well, Ann Kemp and Carolyn Tar-
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Smith an- rantino.
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Virginia Lee, on January 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion B. Phillips W rk Progresses On
announce the birth of a son, Ran-
dall Craig on January 25. Dead L akes Dam
(All births occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital in Port St. Joe.)
9 According to liaison officer for
ATTENDS MEETING the Dead Lakes Water Management
Commission, Harland Pridgeon, ap-
Ladies attending the WMS as- proximately 75% of the clearing
sociational meeting in Millville and grubbing on both sides of the
last week from the First Baptist dam and bridge sites has been com-
Church were Mrs. W. M. Chafin, pieted. Pridgeon 'estimated that
Mrs. C. E. Martin and daughter, about 90% of the clearing and grub-
Barbara, Mrs. Charlie Spears and bing on the west (or Wewa) side
Mrs. Grady Keels. was completed, and about 60% on
the -east side.
This information relates to the
Dead Lakes -dam and bridge, the
work on which has been in progress
now since December of last year.
Beginning January 23, the Scott
S A VS Construction Company expected to
start hauling in fill dirt.
The dirt will be taken from land
on both sidea of the Chipola River
owned by Neal Lumber and Manu-
facturing Company of Blountstow.n.
Steel piling for the construction
is on its way.
Prseently the harrowing of roots
and plowing along the east side
right-of-way continues.

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First Baptist
WMU Meets
The WMU of the First Baptist
Church met Monlay afternoon at
3:00 p.m. with 22 present for a
committee meeting.
Mrs. C. Byron Smith opened the
meeting with prayer. During the
meeting good reports wers given by
each .orn tt,:- hbai'mnan and
evangelism was stressed
All members are urged to mee'
next Monday at 3:00 p.m. at the
church for their business meeting
and royal service program
Mrs. W. M. Chafin dismissed the
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A ROUGH CUT is made on a jigsaw of the salad bowl being shaped
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ating the saw, while Mrs. Begley looks on. (-K photo)

Local High School Offers Courses

In Night School For Adults

Although many people in Port St. Joe don't know it, Port St.
Joe High School offers many courses of learning to the adults
of the city. One of these courses is wood and metal working
classes, taught by the High School shop teacher, James Yadon.
At present Mr, Yadon has 16 pu- of work.
pils who meet each Monday night Mr. Yadon reports that just prior
to learn wood working and metal- to Christmas, many of his adult
craft skills. The classes are open students made many of their Christ-
,to everyone who wishes to attend. mas gifts in their shop period.
fThe local High School has a corn- While all the pictures accompany-
plete shop equipped to do this type ing this article are of women at


work, men are enrolled in the class,
too. Mr. Yadon says that the wo-
mien outnumber the men in the
classes, however, and turn out some
fine looking articles.
The pupils meet to turn out ev-
erything from bowls to parakeet
cages. Materials are available to
the students at a nominal cost.
'In addition to the wood and metal
working, the shop also has facili-
ties to :make ceramic articles also.
There Is a kiln available to dry the
articles and tools available to turn
out many ceramic articles. When
we visited the shop, the kiln was
charged with several articles of
pottery, painted tiles .and many
other articles that have been made
by the regular high school classes
and some of the adults.
Mr. Yadon says that if anybody
would like to enroll in these clas-
ses, which are taught each Mon-
day night, they should contact ei-
th6r him or Leroy Bowdoin, prin-
cipal of the High School.
The present class is about ready
to graduate, says Yadon, and time
for enrolling a new class is near
at hand. Yadon says he can take
care of up to 16 students, so if
you care to enroll in this class to
do a little creative building, con-
tact the school at once.
The classes are offered by the
adult education department of the
Gulf County Schools.
Woodworking is not the. only
course offered to adults at the lo-
cal schools. Classes are also avail-
able in business subjects,, such as
typing, shorthand, business ma-
chines, etc. These all meet on dif-
ferent nights.
All of these extra courses are in
addition to the regular academic
adult education courses which 'give
adults a chance to earn their high
school diplomas.
A-ll the classes are open to the
general public.

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A CAKE DISH takes shape made fromn a piece of walnut by Mrs.
George Anchors. who i shown shaping the disl on a lathe. Behind
Mrs.. Anchors is Steve Luc-a., who assists Director James Yadon
with instructing the ladies in ih-e use of the various. tools in the
shop. (-. photo)


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SHAPING A BOWL-Mlrs. Martin Begley is shown shaping a salad
bowl she is making on a la.the. The students design and make
their own projects. ( photo)


(Continued from page 1)
Hammock, Mrs. Dick Lamberson,
Mrs. Herbert Browu. Mrs. Leonard
Belin, Mrs. R. W. Henderson, Mrs.
'Rush Chism, Mrs. Hubert Richards,
Mrs. Leo Shealey, Mrs. Merrill -
Sherrill, Mrs. W. H. Howell, Jr.,

Mrs. Kay C:.,ri-:, Mrs. Wesley Grace,
Mrs. John Drew, Mrs. Benton I
Hamm and Mrs. B. L. McCormick.
In addition to the Mother's
March tonight, the drug stores and
City Restaurant and the Seafarer
Restaurant will be selling coffee
for the March of Dimes all day to-
day. The coffee will be sold for
the usual dime with all the pro-
ceeds going to the March of Dimes. 4

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win.
Chipley led the fir-st half 21-2'0.

Chapman High of Apalachicola
overcame a full court press by St.
Joe to down the rival Sharks, 47-3S
in Apalachicola Tuesday night.
The Ci(', .o Sharks proved too
much for scrappy St. Joe at the foul
line, hitting for 23 of 2S from the
free line for a S2 per cent.age.
*Jai-es Knight, St. Joe guard,
poured through 15 points to take
top 'honors for the Sharks. Blood-
worth scored 14 to lead Chapman.
The St. Joe five, playing an up-
hill game all the way, went to a
full court press from the very be-
ginning in an effort to overcome'
Chapman height.
The St. Joe squad hit for 10
points in the first quarter, sparked
by David Musselwhite and Tommy
Mitchell, but fell to the Chapman
High backboard control and trailed
21-16 at the half.
After a three point third quarter,
the St. Joe five poured through 19
points, but fell short of the mark.
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Interment was effected at Shiloh
Cemetery, nearby, Comforter Fun-
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Dies In Wwa

James Roscoe Pursewell, 49, died
Monday night, January 19 at mid-
night, after a prolonged illness
which hospitalized him off and on
for about a year. He was home in
Wewahitchka when he- died.
Before his illness, the deceased
had been a watchman at the St. Joe
Paper Company approximately sev-
en years.
Mr. Pursewell is, survived -by his
wife, Mazie of Wewahitchka; three
sons: James, Joe Mac and David,
all of Wewahitchka; eight daugh-
ters: Elaine, Jenell, Janice, Faye,
Caroline, all .of Wewahitchka; Mrs.
Audrey Nunery of Wewahitchka;
Mrs. Sherrill Roberts of 'Spring
Lake, Nortbh Carolina; and Mrs.
Mary Bryant of Wewahitchka; and
by nine .grandchildren.


Funeral services were held Wed-
nesday afternoon, January 21 at
2:00 p.m. at the Providence Baptist


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Loal Associationof Port St Joe


STATEMENT of CONDITION, DECEMBER 31, 1958


--ASSETS--
First Mortgage Loans ------------- $1,006,050.64
to qualified borrowers to build,
repair, or buy homes and busi-
ness structures.
Savings Account Loans ----- --- 638.49
to account owners, secured by
pledge of their accounts.
Stock in Federal Home Loan


Bank .-------------- 1
Cash on Hand and in Banks -- 9
Funds ready to meet require-
nients of our saving account
owners and steady flow of loans
to borrowers.
Furn., Fix., and equip. (less
depreciation)
Deferred Charges
Prepaid expenses and other as-
sets.
TOTAL $1,11

I, L. G. Buck, Executive Vice
nation of Port St. Joe, do hereby
the best of my knowledge.


15,500.00
90,481.25


---'LIABILITIES--
Savings Accounts $1,021,257.95
Funds invested by savers in
savings accounts insured safe
to $10,000.00 by Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Insurance Corp.,
Washington. D. C.
Advance from Home Loan
Bank 75,000.00
,Funds borrowed to increase aid
to builders.
Other Liabilities 433.85
Tax withholding and accrued in-
terest on borrowed money.
Deferred Credits


(accrued earnings) ....-..... 652.04
2,425.14 Federal Reserves 19,065.32
1,313.64 an accumulating fund to cover
possible losses.
16,409,16 TOTAL $1,116,409,16

-President, Citizens' Federal Savings and Loan Assoc-
certify that the above statement is true and correct to


eSigned, L. G. eBUtOK,
Executive Vice-President


In addition to the above showing of strong condition, Citizens Federal has existing
with the Federal Home Loan Bank a $225,000.00 .reserve line of credit available by
telephone call if needed. Also, of inestimable value, the patronage, good will, and
friendship of the people of this Northwest Florida Area and many others residing
further away.
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