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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: February 12, 1959
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicolai-Chattahoochee Valley"


TWENTY-SECOND YEAR


-ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


Bishop Inspects

Building Plans

Bishop Bachman G. Hodge of the
Birmingham Area and District Su-
perintendent W. B. Atkinson made
official visits to the First Metho-
dist Church in Port St. Joe Sunday,
Bishop Hodge delivered the morn-
ing sermon at the church. Thie
morning preaching service was fol-
,owed by a dinner served at the
church, entertaining the visiting
dignLtaries&
In his message Bishop Hodge
spoke on "The Church". He said,
"The modern Church is a great
church despite Its many imperfec-
tions. The early church was the
ideal church because of its pro-
gress, its power and its pattern.
"With a small beginning of Je-
ans and 12 men, the early church
conquered the Roman Empire." He
stated that the conversion of" Em-
peror Constantine in the early era
of the church was comparable to
the conversion of Premier Krush-
chev of Russia in our present day.
Bishop Hodge went on to say,
"The secret of the progress was the
power received at Pentecost when
120 were baptized with the Holy
Spirit. This is the pattern for the
modern church to rediscover and
follow."
During the Bishop's visit, church
leaders of the Methodist Church
discussed building plans for the
coming year with the church lead-
er.
The Methodists are. now making
plans to build a new educational
plant on property they own direct-
iy behind the present church.
No plan has yet been approved
by the church, but Dr. Joseph P.
Hendrix, Chairman of the Board of
Stewards for the Church says that
construction will definitely get un-
der way this year.


County Acquires New

Land Fill Area.

The Board of County Cowonil'son-
ers Of Gulf county has acquired
land for a permanent garbage fill
for homes and business establish-
ments of Port St. Joe, Highland
View, Kenney's Mill, St. Joe Beach
and Oak Grove.
The new fill is located at the end
of Third Street in Highland View
and. it will be covered daily by the
Gulf County Insect Control Pro-
gram which is in charge of this
project.
It will be appreciated by the
project workers if everyone will
use this fill at all times for dump-
ing garbage. Residents are urged
hot to dump garbage 'along the side
o0 the road leading to the fill.
The Gulf County Board of Com-
missioners and the Supervisor of
the Insect Control Program reports
that the old garbage fill on the We-
wabitchka Highway is now closed.
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Organization Meeting
For Sea Scout Ship
The Sea Scouts will be organized
in Port St Joe next Monday night
at the Centennial' Building at 7:30
p.m.
The Sea Scout organization is
-being sponsored by the Kiwanis
Club and is for boys between the
ages of 14 and 17. Members need
not be scouts.
Harold Odom is Skipper of the
Ship.
All boys interested In becoming
a Sea Scout are urged to be pres-
ent at this meeting.


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NSPECT SITE: Methodist Church leaders show their Bishop and District Superintendent the site of
a proposed education building. Inspecting the site are, left to right, Joe McLeod, M. P. Tomlinson, Chair-
man, Board of Trustees,; Rev. E. 0. Bradley, pastor; Dist. Supt. W. B. Atkinson; J. L. Sharit, Chairman,
Building Committee; Bishop B. G. Hodge and Dr. Joseph P. Hendrix, Chairman, Board of Stewards.


School Board Plans



For Future Growth


Polls Local Industry For
Future Expansion

The Gulf County School Board
held an important planning meet-
ing this past week end with the
heads of industry in the Port St.
Joe area. The meeting was called
by the School Board to try and de-
termine the system's classroom
needs for thii next flie to ten years.
The meeting with the industry
heads was to ascertain the number
of employees each would probably
bringing into Port St. Joe during
this period.
'Representatives of industry at
the meeting were M. W. Kiebler of
the GlUiJd- Ccuiiany; M. L. Frimo-
1deg of Michigan Chemical Com-
pany; Tom S. Coldewey, St. Joe
Paper Company and George G. Tap-
per, unofficially representing the
Cape San Blas missile tracking fa-
cility.
Reresenting the Gulf County
Board of Public Instruction were
members Otis Pyle, Kenneth Whit-
field and William Roemer. Also
president was the Superintendent
of Public Instruction, Tom Owens.
In ascertaining pupil increase for
the next few years, the Glidden
Company said that they would prob-
ably bring in four more families
within a year and about 14 within
five years. Michigan Chemical Com-
pany said that they would have 50
families brought into Port St. Joe
within a year and about 75 within
three years. Tapper said that the
Cape San Blas installation would
probably bring in 145 civilian fam-
ilies within a year and could make
no estimate beyond that time. The
St. Joe Paper Company said that
it would probably bring back about
100 families to Port St. Joe by the
end of the year, but that the future
growth was indefinite.
In the light of this report the
School Board has requested the
State Department of Education to
make a survey of class room needs
for the next several years in Gulf
County and make recommendations
to the Board,
The Board is thinking now to-
ward making an expansion bf the
school system that will take care


N O T IC 'E
Pursuant to the provisions of Ordinance No. 174X adopted by the
City Commission of the City of Port St. Joe at the Regular Meet-
ing of February 3, 1959, it is determined -that the present set of
'registration books of the City of Port St. Joe are antiquated and
contain the names of persons who are now removed, deceased, or
illegally registered, therefore effective February 4, 195'9 a new
complete set of registration books has been provided by the City
Commission for the re-registration and registration of all qualified
electors residing in the City limits of the City of Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida. The new Registraiton Books will be open at the office of the
City Clerk beginning on the 4th day of February 1959 and shall re-
main open for re-registration and registration of all qualified elec-
tors within the City between the hours. of 9:00 o'clock A.M. and
12:00 o'clock A M. and from 2;00 o'clock P.M. and 5:00 o'colck P.M.
Monday through Friday and from 9:00 o'clock A.M. until 12:00
o'clock Saturdays each day, Sundays and holidays excluded until
ten days prior to the holding of any Municipal election. The next
Regular Municipal election for the election of two City Commis-
sioners will be held on April 7, 1959, therefore the Registration
books will close at 12:00 o'clock A.M. Saturday, March 28, 1959. All
persons who are 21 years of age and have been residents of the
State of Florida for one year and have been residents of the City
of Port St. Joe for six months will be qualified to register as elec-
tors of said City. This is a complete new registration of electors.
Therefore any persons who have registered prior to February, 4,
1959 will be required to -register on the new registration books
of the City between February 4, and March 28, 1959 between the
hours above mentioned. Failure to register or re-register will
result in disqualification to vote in the next Regular Municipal
Election Primary of April 7, 1959. O
R. W. HENDERSON,
City Auditor and Clerk


of the anticipated increased pupil
load for the next several years.
At present, the Board is follow-
ing the procedure of building class
rooms as old facilities become over-
crowded. Usually by the time new
approved classrooms are completed
there is a need for even more 'fa-
cilities.
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World Day of Prayer

Friday At 3:30 p.m.

The annual World Day of Prayer
service will be held at 3:30 p.m.
Friday, Februji'y 13 at the St.
James' Episcopal Church. This ser-
vice is interdenomina-tional and the
women of all local churches, in-
cluding those in Oak Grove, White
City, Highland View, Kenney's Mill
and Beacon Hill, are invited to
participate. The purpose is to unite
all Christians in a bond of prayer.
The offering from this service is
used for interdenominational mis-
sion work at home and abroad.
The Churchwomen of St. James'
Episcopal Church urge all women
to attend the service and invite
them to join in fellowship with
coffee and cookies immediately fol-
lowing the service in the Parish
House.
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First Baptists

Let Contract

'The First Baptist Church of Port
St. Joe this week let a contract for
the construction of a new auditor-
ium building.
The building contract was let to
the E. F. Gunn Construction Com-
pany of Port St. Joe for a total of
$107,617.00. Gunn was the success-
ful bidder in a field of eight.
The structure will be of steel and
masonry structure along colonial
lines. The building will be built on
Third Street directly across the
street from the present church
structure.
Construction will begin as soon
as steel is available and it will
take approximately five months to
complete, according to the pastor,
Rev. C. Byron Smith.
The new auditorium will contain
seating facilities for approximately
500 people and will be air condition-
ed and centrally heated. The new
building will contain approximately.
5,7503feet of floor space. It will be
a one story structure.
An impressive feature of the
new building will be a porcelain-
enamel steeple.
Rev. Smith says that plans are
to use the entire old building for
Sunday School rooms as soon as
the new auditorium is completed.
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High School Posts

Large Honor Roll


House Damaged By The Port St. Joe High School
Fire In Quarters presents its honor rolls for the
ire n Quarters third six week period of this school
The home of Coleman Griffin on year, and also the rolls for the first
Main Street in the Quarters was semester.
badly damaged by fire last Satur- All pupils named on these rolls
day morning. The Port St. Joe have attained high levels of achieve-
Volunteer Fire Department was ment in scholarship and citizenship.


called out to the blaze at 10:15 and
quickly brought the fire under con-
trol. The fire presented a dangerous
situation for a few minutes as the
house was less than six feet from
two other houses, one a two story
frame structure. Quick action by
the local Volunteers kept the blaze
confined to the one dwelling.
The cause of the fire was appar-
ently due to a faulty flue, as most
of the fire was centered around a
flue in *the back part of the house.


Sharks Lose (Sob)

To Wewahitchka

In the first game of the North-
west Florida Conference Tourna-
ment in Marianna last Thursday
night, the Sharks of Port St. Joe
bowed in defeat to the Chipley Ti-
gers, 51-34. The Tigers have bested
the Sharks twice this season in
scheduled play.
'Dow Gilmore of the Tigers, pour-
ed through 18 points to lead the
game scoring. Shark Bob Munn
scored 16 big points for the Sharks.
The Sharks used a man to man
defense, but the Tigers hit for 15
points to St. Joe's five in the first
quarter.
The Sharks' squad came back in
the second quarter to hit for 13
points, while holding Chipley to
nine.
The second half proved fatal to
the Sharks with Chipley pouring
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They are to be commended upon
their accomplishments.
ALL 'A' HONOR ROLL
Third Six Weeks
David Porter, seventh grade;
Freddy Bowdoin,,ninth grade; Nor-
man Hall, tenth grade; Connie Cha-
son, 11th grade; Dianne Lay, 11th
grade; Saqdra E.'ere!, 12th
grade; Peggy Clatin, 12ih grade;
June Marlin, 12th grade and Tony
Barbee, 12th grade.
ALL 'A' HONOR ROLL
First Semester
Freddy Bowdoin, ninth grade;
Norman Hall, 10th grade; Steve
Whealton, 11th grade; Sandra
Bracewell, 12th grade; Peggy Cha-
fin, 12th grade; June Marlin, 12th
grade and Tony Barbee, 12th grade.
'A' and 'B' HONOR ROLL
Third Six Weeks
SEVENTH GRADE: Doyle Glass,
Judy Dunlap, Sandra Bass, Myron
Merritt, John Scott, Kenneth Dykes,
Albert Gentry, Douglas Hallman,
Jimmy Parrish, Charles Southwell,
Ellis Stevens, Forest Van Camp,
June McKenzie, Patsy Patterson
and 'Ellen Scisson.
EIGHTH GRADE: Jimmy Bur-
kett, Johnny Chatin, Mable Stone
and Linda Price.
NINTH GRADE: Chesley Fen-
som, James Gibson, C. J. Giddens,
Kay Creech, Ellen Kennington, Pat
Kerrigan, Marina Punt, Mary Dell
Ram(sey, Donfna Wray Underhill,
Sandra Brown, Richard Thompson,
Joe Whaley, Dianne Hannon, Sue
Durant, Alice Land, Bobby Adams,
(Continued On Page 4)


Cancer Society

Schedules Film

The American Cancer, through
the cooperation of the Gulf-
,Franklin Medical Society, will
show the film, "Time and Two
Women" next Wednesday after-
noon at 2:00 p.m. at the Port St.
Joe High School Auditorium.
The film will be presented for
the viewing by women and girls
of Port St. Joe. There will be no
admission charge.
All girls and women in Port St.
Joe and vicinity are invited to
see the cancer education film.


Making Study In Preparation

O ksve Up To Million Dollars


BOAT -CLUB WILL
MEET TONIGHT
The St. Joe Boat Club will have
i's annual meeting tonight at 8:00
p.m.
The meeting will be held at the
Florida Power Lounge and will be
conducted by Commodore, Roy Gib-
son, Jr.
The purpose of the meeting is to
elect new officers for the coming
year.
All members are urged to be
present.


CHURCH ATTENDANCE RECORD


Sunday
School
White City Baptist .-..----.....---95
First Baptist Church ---- 269
Highland View Methodist .--..-.--50
St. James Episcopal -.-..-. ... ....--22
Presbyterian Church 56
Presbyterian Church, Wewahitchka -27
First Methodist Church 161
First Baptist Church, Wewahitchka -138
Mexico Beach Methodist 31
White City Baptist 95
Highland View Baptist 90
Long Avenue Baptist 175


March of Dimes Driv

Raises $1,543.09

Mrs. Myrtle Odom, fund c
man for the March of Dimes
nounced this week that the M
of Dimes drive in Gulf County
year took in $1,543.09.
Breaking down the receipts,
funds came from the following
tivities: .
Business houses, $274.50.
Colored section, $147.49
Wewahitchka, $146.04.
Mother's March, $476.85.
Coin Collectors, $49.69.
Mailers, $49.00.
Ball Games, $20.31.
Pumping for Polio, $53.84.
Peanut Sales, $278.62.
Coffee Sales, $46.75.
Of the amount collected, one
of the net receipts will remain
Gulf County to help care for t
who have been afflicted by rp
Since 1945, the Gulf County C
ter and the National Founda
for Infantile Paralysis has s
$14,505.62 on 16 Gulf County
tients. These expenditures r
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Appliance Dealers

Plan Big Show

Electrical appliance dealers of
Port St. Joe will present a gigan-
tic electrical appliance show in
Port St. Joe next Thursday and
Friday from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
The show will be held on Reid
Avenue in the building formerly
occupied by the IGAsuper mar-
ket, next door to Buzzett's Drug-
Store.
Highlight of the show will be
the grand prize to be given away
after the close of the show on
Friday night. The grand prize Is
a Sylvania stereo record player.
Other prizes will be given both
nights to lucky winners.
The show is being produced by
St. Joe Furniture and Appliance
Co., Modern Furniture Co., Smith
Radio and TV, Danley Furniture
Co., Kennedy Electric and Refrig-
eration Service and Roche Ap-
pliance Co., of Port St. Joe in
cooperation with the Florida Pw-
er Corporation.
See the full page advertisement
in this week's issue of The Star
for further details.


The Gulf County Board of Com-
missioners, at their regular meet-
ing Tuesday, again revived the old
bond issue on Sceondary Road Fund
money.
This subject was discussed at
quite some length last year when
the City of Port St. Joe asked the
County to pass a million dollar
bond issue to pave all the streets in
Port St. Joe, among others. After
much talk the proposal was dis-
carded as the County contended
that they could not pave most of
the Port St. Joe streets under the
new Road Department laws and
regulations.
Tuesday, the Board again raised
the question of a bond issue on this
fund to finance several paving jobs
throughout the county.
Roads specifically mentioned for
paving were:
Industrial road from Michigan
Chemical Co. site northeast to
Highway 71.
Sixteenth, Twentieth, First Sts.
and Garrison Avenue in Port St.
Joe complete. Long Avenue from
Fifth Street to First Street and
from the Port St. Joe High School
to Niles Road and Fifth Street from
Highway 98 to St. Joseph's Bay in
Port St. Joe.
A road from Port St. Joe's col-
ored cemetery to Highway 98.
Howard Creek Road.
Cochran Landing Road in We-
wahitchka.
A road from Iola to the Apala-
chicola River and from lola to the
Calhoun County line.
Jones Homestead Road.
The Commission instructed Max
Kilbourn, County Engineer to as-
certain costs of these projects and
report back to the Commission.
In the meantime, the Board has
been told that it can float a bond
issue for $600,000, $800,000 or a
million dollars and repayment sche-
dules were listed.
Much talk was carried on at the
meeting about a proposed bond is-
sue with no action being taken.
Commissioner Strickland said
that he would vote against the bond
issue unless a referendum was held
on the proposed issue after it had
been decided what projects to in-
clude in such an issue, if it should
be floated.


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MARCH OF DIMES DONOR---,. .-." .11 ,i -l. iid recipient of March of
Dimes aid in 1945-49 makes a donation to the Marcfh Of Dimes through a campaign conducted by St.
Joe High School students. Receiving the donation are (center) Betty Ward and Pat Spears, right.


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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1959


NUMBER 20


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Hospital Auxiliary
Thanks Merchants
Mrs. Lawrence Blssett, president
of the Hospital Auxiliary, stated
recently that several merchants In
Port-St. Joe have made outstand-
ing generous contributions of stock
to the Thrift Shop and made avail-
able Inexpensive articles of cloth-
ing to the needy.
Mrs. Hissett further stated that
she wished to publicly thank the
following firms for their help: The
Bungalow Shop, Mouchettes, Cos-
tin's Department Store and Stone's
Shop for Men. I"Without the help
of such civice minded merchants
and without the cooperation of gen-
erous private citizens the Thrift
Shop could inot exist," Mrs. Bis-
sett said, "and I speak for all .the
members of the Auxiliary in ex-
pressing our appreciation to them."
Visit In Alabama
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jolnes visited
,relatives In Hartsford, Ala., last
week end.

PRI THE GREAT ATGOOD ER




PRICES GOOD FEBRLU


Presbyterian Circle 3 Sweetheart Banquet First Baptist Circle 1
-Holds Weekly Meeting
Met Monday At First Baptist Holds Weekly
Circle 1 of the First Baptist
The ladies of Circle No. 3 of the Young people of the First Bap- Chur a met, with members W. M.
Presbyterian Church met in the tist Church are invited to spend one visitor, Mrs. C. E. Martin, pres-
home of Mrs. Walter-Brown Febru- "Some Enchanted Evening", at the et.
ary 9 at 8:.00 p.m. She served pie annual Sweetheart Banquet Thurs-I The program was taken from the
Royal Service magazine and was
a-la-mode and coffee. There were day night at 7:30 p.m. at the High- n S re g osin and Mrws.
given by Mrs. C. G., CoUtin and Mrs. s
six members present: Mrs. Ted land View Elementary School audi- O; R. Saunders.
Beard, Mrs. Jimmy Yadon, Mrs. J. torium. | During :he short business meet-
,C. Price, Mrs. Walter Brown, Mrs. After sitting in the moonlight, lug good reports were given.
Sam Johnson, Mrs. Austin Mallett swinging on a star, and eating sput- thMrs- W. -. Daughtry dismissed
the group with prayer, after which
and three visitors, Mrs. Tim Per- niks, they will have lived an eve- deliciousrefreshments were served
ritt, Mrs. Ashley Costin and Mrs. ning in starlight fantasy, by the hostess.
James Summers. -
The study was about Peter with Ckcle 2 Meets BIRTHS
each member taking part. The meet it Baggett Mr. d Mrs. Lynn Wood a
ing was ended with each one repeat- With Mrs. Baggett Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Wood an-
ing the mispa whihech is found in nounc6 the birth of a daughter, Ca-
ing the mispa which is found in ~rol Lynn on February 8.
Genesis 3:49. The next meeting will WMS Circle 2 of the First Bap- Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Lewis
,be in the home of Mrs. Marion twist Church met Monday afternoon announce the birth of a baby girl,
Johnson and each member Is urged in the home of Mrs. J. 0. Baggett Geraldine Elizabeth on February 4.
to attend. with six members present. IMr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Rich an-
to attend. x .e program chair- nounce the birth of a son, John
rs..-w x Mrs. L. W. Cox, program ch Anthony on. February 3.
Visit In Alabama man, presented the devotional and Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles. William
the scripture lesson taken from Ro- Gable announce the birth of a son,
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hendersoh mans 8:31-39 followed with prayer James Bradley on February 4.
visited in Monroeville, Ala., last by Mrs. Baggett. (All births occurred at the Mu-
week end. During the business session good nicipal Hospital.
reports were given by all the corn- /
mittees. Evangelism was stressed Want Ads Get Resut,I
TI, & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY and the meeting was dismissed by -
Mrs. Jadine Ellis.
The group enjoyed the social
meeting held afterwards.


IARY 12, 13 and 14


GREEN GIANT --17 OZ. CAN -.
Golden Cream Style Corn 01
SorSWEET PEAS 6 for
A & P 8 16-OZ. CANS

Apple Sauce $1
125 FQOT ROLL 4 FOR
CUT-RITE WAX PAPER $1.00
Iona Sliced or Halves Yellow Cling 29 Oz. Can 4 FOR

PEACHES $1

SUPER-RIGHT FULLY COOKED Half or Whole LB.


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FRYERS 29.


Elementary School
Lu nch Room Menu


Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, February 16
Corned beef and cabbage, green
field peas, fruit cup, buttered white
bread and ,,milk.
Tuesday, February 17
Sloppy joe on buns, snap beans,
apple pie, carrot sticks and milk.
Wednesday, 'February 18
Fried chicken, buttered rice, Eng-
lish peas, celery sticks, wheat
bread and milk.
Thursday, February 19
*Stew 'beef with 'brown gravy,
mashed potatoes, cabbage alaw,
white bread, cookies and milk.
Friday, February 20
Macaroni and cheese, mustard
greens, spiced beets, white bread,
ice cream and milk.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS MEETS


The Betheme Sunday School
Class of the First Baptist Church
held its regular meeting with Mrs.
J. F. Daniell recently.
After a business meeting, delight-
ful refreshments were served. Mrs.
W. I. Garden teaches the class.
Present were Mrs. Mabery and Mrs.
H. A. Lantord of Highland View.
Mrs. L. L. Witt was a visitor.
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


GARDEN NOTES THE STAR, Port St. Joe., FI. THURSDAY, .FEBRUARY 12, 1959,
the Assembly Room of the church. MELODY REBEKAH LODGE
What to plant in February. Lenten Devotions will be held at SETS INSTRUCTION SCHOOL
Annual Seed: Ageratum, anchu- 7:30 p.m.
sa, aster, candytuft, celosia, cleome, ________ Melody Rebekah Lodge, No. 22
corunflow er, didiscus, gaillardia, dvertlalng doesn't cost-I-t PAV will have their regular school of
lantana, larkspur, linaria, .lobelia,. L instruction Friday night at 8:00
nasturtium, petunia, annual phlox, GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY p.m.
scabiosga, stock, verbena, portulaca, All- members are urged to be
gypsophila and .dianthus. It pays to advertise try It present.
Annual Plants: Alyssum, calen-
dula, candytlu .' cornflower, lark-
spur, bells of Ireland, petunia, snap- I l li iV


dragon, stock, sweet William, viola,
gloriosa daisy, annual centerbury
bells, Shirley poppy, carnation.
Bulbs: Gladiolus, amaryllis, aga-
panthus, achimenes, alstroemeria,
calla, crinum, Dutch iris, montbre-
tia, bephyranthes.
Shrubs and Tries: Any that are
hardy and dormant. Azaleas, camel-
lias, dogwood, roses and fruits, but
wait a while on tender tropicals.
ST. JOSEPH ALTAR SOCIETY
WILL MEET THURSDAY
The meeting of the St. Joseph'si
Altar Society, which was cancelled
last week, will be heldimmediately
following Lenten 'DevotionsL on
Thursday evening. February 12. in


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Gives you a steadier, balanced, road-hugging ride.
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BAll 7-3411 201 Monument Ave. PORT


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ONE FOR EACH DIME YOU SPEND REDEEMABLE FOR TOP VALUE GIFTS
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Big Selection of Spring Merchandise

NOW ON DISPLAY


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BOY'S SPORT SHIRTS
99c

MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS
$1.47
LADIES' SHOES
Values to $10.25
Now Only $2.00
Ladies Hose ... 77c


MEN'S SHOES
Values to $14.95
Now $8.50


Largest Selection of
SPRING DRESSES
In Town Sizes 5 to 15-10 to 20
Only $4.98 up


TRAVELING BAG
Water Proof $5.00 Value
NOW $1.99
Values to $4.98
BOYS' SHOES ---$2.99

Ladies Blouses -- $1.99

Child. Dresses $1.50 uo


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faster, we have. filled the first
page (50 stamps) of the
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Professional Men

Now Under S.S.

The 19566 Amendments to the So.
cial Seeurity Act brought lawyers
dentists, osteopaths, veterinarians,
chiropractors. unauropathi and op-


Do you kn


that-m
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DRY CLOTHES quick-
ly. Even, perfect drying
365 days a year. A blessing
in wet, stormy. chilly
weatherwhen you have an
LP-Gas Dryer I

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


i--e3utatlo- wi.th t Mr, Tomlat-
tometrists under social a1CrIty. son's announcement, John V. Carey,
They are now, for the thirl year district manager of the Panama
required to pay their social security City office of the Social Security
tax along with their Federal income Administration pointed out that,
tax returns. This announcement since the extension of coverage to
was made this week by Laurie W. these professional self-employed
Tomlinson, District Director of Iu- persons, they are now building the
eternal Revenue for the Jaksonville same kind of insurance protection
district, to themselves and their families
that the Federally-operated system
has afforded most other self-em-
ployed Individuals since 1951.
Mr. Tomlinson stated that the law
was effective with the first taxable
year ending after 1955. Lawyers,
A dentists, osteopaths, veterinarians,
chiropractors, naturopaths, and op-
tometrists who file their Federal
income tax returns on a calendar
year after 1955 if their net earnings
amounted to $400 or more in a year.
!I AThe SE tax rate for 1958 is 3 3/8%
ow A LL 1th i n s aon the first $4200 of net earnings.
These taxes are in addition to any
income taxes that you have to pay.
Schedule C, Profit (or Loss) From
fA S Business or Profession, must be
properly completed, including the
pWzei;-4?9 7W11 Schedule SE portion, and submitted
S. at the same time as the other forms
that are filed as part of the Federal
income tax return.
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CLASSIFIED ADS
Midget Investments Wfth
Gn Retws


O HEAT WATER faster.
SOceans of hot water frota
small, low-cost, easily-
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
S [ smoky, ugly, oily film on
|j walls, woodwork,


What Is Warrengas? Warrengas is pure LP-Gas with
2% times the heating power of natural gas. It is concentrated
into liquefied 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!
,' NO COST OR OBLIGATION!

West Fla. Gas Co.


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


-ttfl- StAtP -Portt-JoL, -ig THURSDAY, FESW4JARY 10a 1919,


In Memorium

in the passing of Miss Juanita
Gunn, the Gulf County Education
Association has lost a faithful,
trustworthy member and conscien-
tious teacher. In her 22 years as a
member of the Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School faculty and as a mem-
ber of this organization since its
beginning, her actions were charac-
terized by an innate straightfor-
wardness and a professional de-
pendability.
Her teaching experience, which
she shared willingly, proved inval-
uable to her fellow-teachers who
often looked to her for guidance.
Her devotion and loyalty to her
family, her thoughtful consideration
of her acquaintances and her fi-
delity to her church made hers a
lasting contribution to her commun-
ity.
Be it resolved, That the member-
ship of the Gulf County Education
Association attest to the support
which Miss Juanita Gunn brought
to the deliberations of the Associa-
tion and the committees upon which
she faithfully served; and
Be It further Resolved, That a
copy of this resolution be spread
upon the minutes of this organiza-
tion, a copy sent to the local paper,
Miss Gunn's family as a testimonial


formal opening
OF THE NEW and EXCITING


folsom music co.


108 E. Jefferson St.


Tallahassee, Fla.


February 12,13 and 14


See the Most Complete Selection of Fine Pianos and
Organs South of Atlanta.


HOME of BALDWIN


of our sincere appreciation of her
usefulness not only as a member of
the Gulf County Education Associa-
tion, but also as a citizen of Gulf
County.
Respectfully submitted,
AVARYEE MARTIN
LAXURA GEDDIE
HUJBSERT RICHARDS
Resolution Committee
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James' Gems..
by JAMES STAFFORD


A accents

-- the turning point
in 2-Pc. hopsacking


$12.95


Heads turn to look at the
stunningly fashioned back
of this striking Cotton,
Rayon and Silk hopsacking
suit. And the slim,
easy-fitted front is flattering,
too. In wonderful new
colors. Sizes 7-15, 8-18.


*S1WS NE9X 6S IMODINMr T1

City Restaurant
At the Bus Station


HOT DOGS
6 for $1.00

HAMBURGERS
5 for $1.00


e No. 546


COSTING'S


WHY to II
SUFFER
FROM



TOTET ERNESS


ANOTHER PROBLEM YOU'LL HAVE IN ALMOST EVERY NEW CAR BUT MERCURY. Six
passengers-hah! Rde a while in most new cars and you'll come out laughing-
bitterly maybe hysterically. Then ride in a. Mercury. The center hump (bigger
than ever on other cars) is actually cut in half. Doors are 6" wider. There's 9" more
knee room, more bead; hip and shoulder room. This, sir and madam, is a real 6-
passenger car. Comfortable, roomy, and a beauty in the bargain. Come see it. Soon.


20TH A' !IVERSARY


i BUILT TO


LEAD-BUILT TO LAST


ST. JOE MOTOR


Port St. Joe, Florida


can o uu I yuuo urn

Warrengas costs so LITTLE-does so MUCH!


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Thursday & Friday, Feb. 19 & 20

7:00 to 9:00 P. M.

414-416 Reid Avenue
NEXT TO BUZZETTFS DRUG STORE


Prizes Both Nights

RAND. STEREO RECORD PLAYER F ie


Double Automaitc Electric Blanket 2 Gorgeous Modern Table Lamps G. E. Steam and Dry Iron
Westinghouse Automatic Percolator Westinghouse Portable Mixer Sunbeam Fry Pan with Cover
Free Refreshments Served Both Nights
SEE THE LATEST MODELS AND THE MOST ELABORATE DISPLAY OF THE MOST FAMOUS NAMES IN
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ALL IN ONE BUILDING AND ALL AVAILABLE RIGHT HERE IN PORT ST. JOE.
NORGE GENERAL ELECTRIC MOTOROLA ZENITH TV SPEED QUEEN WASHERS BERKLEY WATER PUMPS
KELVINATOR HOTPOINT RCA VICTOR SYLVANIA TV BLACKSTONE WASHERS
FRIGIDAIRE SUNBEAM ADMIRAL WESTINGHOUSE RUTH-BERRY WATER PUMPS

Biggest Showing Under One Roof In Gulf County

Sponsored In Cooperation With Florida Power
Corp. By The Following Appliance Dealers

ROCHE'S MODERN KENNEDY
STOP and SWAP FURNITURE COMPANY Electric and Refrigeration Service
FRIGIDAIRE NORGE HOTPOINT


St. Joe Furniture
and Appliance Company
KELVINATOR


SMITH'S
RADIO and TV
GENERAL ELECTRIC


^S^ M~i~i ^^^^f rAsM
WE*STINGHOUS IDUEEnITH
WESTINGHOUSE SPEED QUEEN ZENITH


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'NEWS FROM Mrs. Dottie Hanlon and sons,
Ronny and Rickey of Panama City,
OAK GROVE visited with friends and relatives
By EVELYN SHEALY over the week end.
By EVELYN SHEALY Mr. and Mrs. Alan Cline of Pan-
Miss Carolyn THanlon of Panama ama City, spent Sunday with the
City spent Sunday with Miss Treya latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Campbell. Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lewis of Mr, and Mrs. Dewey Gay returned
Vernon, are visiting with Mr. and to their home In Lima( Ohio, after
Mrs. Joel Lovett eand Mr. and Mrs. spending a week with Mr. and Mrs.
James Lovette. Connie Gay.
Mrs. Robert Lowery (nee Juanita Mrs. Buford Griffin and daugh-
Norris) left this week- for Iceland ters, Wyvonne and Juanise are vis-
to join her husband, who is a mem- iting with relatives in Winter Ha-
ber of the Air Force, stationed ven.
there. Clifford Stripling and nephew,

i 1OPEN DAILY, 2:45 P.k..
SATURDAY, 12:45 P.M.
TELEPHONE: BAII 7-4191
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
THE U. S, MARINE IS THE TOUGHEST FIGHTING
MACHINE ALIVE!
TARAW BEACHHEAD
AWkTKERWIN MATHEWS JULIE ADAMS
L *coLUACTUE ./... RAY CANTON

SATURDAY ONLY


SUNDAY and MONDAY
TUESDAY 6

a'no MARTHA HYER ARTHUR KENNEDY
A R oTPd-GOCiD lr N Re f .Tl, r I ;M E
Not Reccomended For Children Regular Admission Pricet


Lee Barton spent the week end
with relatives in Geneva, Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Powell were
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Hallmon and family.
Jeff Duval of East Point visited
tus daughter, Mrs. Avil McKenzie
and her family last week.
Mrs. Everitt McFarland visited
her brother, Mrs. J. L. Kelly and
family in Panama City last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Spears, Mrs.
Dorothy Levins, Miss Evelyn Shea-
ry Mrs. VI Harrison, Mrs, Evelyn
Smith, Mrs. Minnie Lee Lovette,
Mrs. Mary Lou Stripling, Miss Tre-
va Campbell and rMs. Everette Mc-
Farland attended the "Gospel Quar-
tet Singing" at the Everette Jun-
ior High School in Springfield, last
Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Smith and
daughter, Betty Jo, and son Buddy,
were guests of Mrs. Smith's sister,
Mrs. Sam Linton at Indian Pass
Saturday.
Friends of Charles Lewis will be
sorry to learn that he is a patient
in the Municipal Hospital. We hope
he will soon be well.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Walters and
Mr. Banks made a trip to Gordo,
Alabama last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod visited Miss
Elaine Sherrod, who is ill in the
hospital.
The Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church is now having a study
course on, "The Ministry of Visita-
tion". It is being taught, in the
church, every evening this week by
Rev. Weekley. Everyone is welcome
to attend. The study is for the
benefit, and to encourage the Sun-
day school work of the church.
Birthday Party
Mrs. Jimmie Burns honored her
little daughter, Miss Debbie Burns,
with a party at their home on Du-
val Street. Refreshments of cold
drinks and birthday cake were ser-
ved. The guests who helped Debbie
celebrate her second birthday were
Wyvonne and Juanise Griffin, San-
dra Jolly, Tommy Harrison, Jackie
Ard, Lorraine Ellis, Jean and Guer-
ry Joe McCromb.
Wedding Shower
A miscellaneous shower compli-
menting Mrs. Loren White, was
,given at the home of Mrs. Faye
Gardner on Madison Street, last
Thursday evening. Hostesses were:
Mrs. Gardner and Mrs. Vi Harri-
son. Refreshments of cake, coffee
and Coca Colas were served to the
guests. Mrs. White received many
lovely, useful gifts. Those attend-
ing were: Mrs. Jesse Anderson,
Mrs. Eula Dickey, Mrs. Marie Crea-
mer, Mrs. Evelyn Smith, Mrs. Nita


Vern Jolly, Mrs. Opal Burns, Mrs.
Kathryn Kennedy, -Mrs. Shirley
Webb, Mrs. Francis Lovette, Mrs.
Mary Grant, Mrs. Anderson Davis,
Mrs. Christine Lightfoot, Mrs. Con-
nie Gay, Mrs. Roscoe Sheffield, Mrs.
nDorothyv Levins. Mrs. Margaret Ard.


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HONE BAH 7-2221


]Norris, Mrs. Ella Norris, Mrs. Bet-
ty Dormany, Mrs., Doris Gwaltney,
Mrs. Herman Stripliny and Mrs.
Agnes Ellis. Those who sent gifts
but did not attend were: Mrs. Lib
Hammock, Mrs. Carl Deese, Mrs.
(George Adkins. Mrs. Ruth Griffin,


401 WILLIAMS AVE.


rHE STAR, Port St Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1959


White is the former Miss Ada Lou-
ise Norris, eldest daughter of Mr.
*and Mrs. D. J. Norris of Oak Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. White are living in
White City.


Mrs. Willadean Lavelle, Mrs. Vel- Mrs. L. OC Davis, Mrs. D. H. Shealy, G. A. 'Meeting
ma Pippins, Mrs. Margaret Harper, Miss Minnie Ola Ray, Mrs. Frank The G. A.'s met at the home of
Mrs. Minnie Lee Lovette, Mrs. June Pool and Mrs. Jean Shoots. Mrs. Miss Geraldinie Campbell on Tues,


day evening at 7:00 p.m. Bible
reading was the 23rd Psalm. There
were five members present. San-
dra Baxley, Kathleen Smith, Beth
Williams, Peggy Henley and Ger-
aldine Campbell.
GO T CHURCH SUNDAY
o0 TO CHURCH 8UNDAY


TAKE YOUR TURN AT THE WHEEL...GET


' Move over, sir, afid let her take a turn at the wheel of a
'59 Oldsmobile! Yes, women love the wonderful feeling
of control, coin fort and e-l-an..e in this car as much as
men do! While men appreciate the new power of the
Rocket Engine, %womru.n like its new fuel-saving
features. Men like its snap and dash. Women like the
ride, the luxurious interiors. Put them all together and
'v n nilittv* r'nmhonnati.n that naddu .n to That


lr01.1-3~. dilur drmi.,u-Iiii.e


.. bring the %hcole IdIIk jl





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Port t. Joe, Fla.


$40.00


In Cash
To Be Given Away February 21
COME IN AND REGISTER NOW!

FIRST PRIZE $20.00
Four Prizes, $5.00 Each
Each prize will be given to lucky winners
All You Have To Do Is Register
PRICES GOOD FEB. 12, 13 and 14


2 POUNDS


HAMBURGER


1 Pkg. BUNS % p
LIMIT ONE DEAL AT SALE PRICE


I


Red Rose or Cardinal Thin Sliced lb.


BACON


49c


Register and Copeland Roll 3 lbs.

Sausage $1
Fresh 4 to 6 lb. Avg. Boston lb.

BUTTS 39c
No. 5 Blackburn

SYRUP 39c
Limit 1 with $5.00 Order or More


Mrs. Pickford's

OLEO


2 For


35c


McCOR MICK'S


Highland View, Florida


----


GA. and ALA. GRADE 'A' LGE.

EGGS
Limit 2 Dozen at Sale Price


No Boil Limit 1 at Sale Price

BLEACH


2 Doz.


$1


Qt.
10*


Red and White Qt.


Mayonnaise 59c
Aunt Jemima 1% Lb. Box


GRITS
LIMIT 1 AT SALE PRICE


lO


No. 10 Armour's Cottonseed No. 10

OIL 1.29
MIX 'EM UP 10 Oz. Frozen 5 FOR
Strawberries
Orange Juice
6 Oz. Frozen


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*QuoIfv ,sit. nI-r n: ,rd ..m,,, en f on e.-r, 59 Olds.
Above. D,nrr,,: 88 Holday SportSd, ol

f'HERE'S A ROCKET TO FIT YOUR POCKET
...A STYLE TO SUIT YOUR TASTE


SEF YOUR LOCAL AUTHOFrZD 0 L, ES CL C, M I L QUALITY DEALER

FLOYD CHEVROLET Co.


FEBRUARY 16


Sammy's Auto Repair


PHONE BAl 7-4286


303 Second Street


General Auto & Truck Repair

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION REPAIRS

COMPLETE BODY and FENDER REPAIRS






SAMMTY PARKER,

Owner and Operator


Experienced In Repairing All Makes Autos and Trucks Factory Instructed in the Repair of Automatic
Transmissions. Expert Body and Fender Repairs By An Experienced Body Mechanic All Work Is
Guaranteed. Stop by and let Us Give You A Free Estimate On Your Repairs. ;f


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Monday


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THE TOTAL IS LESS AT IGA


THE TOTAL tS LESS AT IGA --THE TOTAL IS LESS AT IGA THE TOTAL IS LESS AT IGA
GA., ALA., FLA. GRADE 'A' DRESSED and DRAWN -- (WITH FOOD ORDER) Limit 2 at Special Price
^^^^^^Kig^'a m-l--B**--HH--.^^^^&^^^ s~^ESSUNB^^^f^^BSBi slS~~S^


11/2 to 24 LB. AVG.
(WHOLE) i

2 FOR .


FOR EVERY DIME YOU SPEND -- YOU GET TOP VALUE STAMPS


Free Top Value Stamps
FOR EVERY IGA LABEL
LISTEN TO WJOE FOR DETAILS -- ASK AT IGA


IGA TABLE-RITE -- THIS UNIT WORTH 10 POINTS


FRESH PORK PIG
FEET


7 lbs.


$1


SWIFT'S SHORTENING
Swiftening


Sliced Tray Pack
2 POUNDS
FRESH PORK BOSTON BUTT
ROAST


3 LBS.
69c


SUPERFINE

SUGAR ag$1
MAYFIELD CREAM STYLE NO. 303 CANS
CORN 7CANS$1
IGA EVAPORATED TALL WITH $5.00 ORDER
MIL K CANS $1


PERFECTION LONG GRAIN
RICE
AUNT JEMIMA
GRITS 1
GA. GRADE 'A' LARGE (No Limit)



EGGS
MRS. FILBERT'S FOIL WRAPPED

OLEO
BORDEN'S CANNED
41 C-11


3 LBS. BLACKBURN CANE
39c SYRUP


'/2 bs. 10c
2 Doz.


TENDER- GOLDEN
Corn
ON-THE-COB


15 ears


4 LBS.


0 CANS


LB.
39c


LENTEN SPECIAL ----- INDIAN PASS
OYSTERS


SUNNYLAND TENDER SMOKED SHOULDER


PICNIC
SELECT BEEF 2 LBS.
LIVER 89c


Carton
69c


S


3 LBS.


ARMOUR'S CRESCENT (while it lasts) 4 LB8.
~BACi$1


PREMIUM QUALITY LAMB
Breast Stew Ilb. 29c Loin Chops Ilb. 89c
Should. Roast lb. 49c Rib Chops lb. 79c


OAK HILL RED -- NO. 303
NooJug s
*S^ ^^.-'fl. ^^ .^,* -r y" S


11"


POl


.NO. 5 JUG IGA SLICED NO. 2 CAN
49c Pineapple 33c


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$1


FRESH VINE RIPE FIRM
TOMATOES
FRESH TENDER (You 'May Buy More or Less at Speclal Price)
POLE BEANS


U. S. NO. 1 WHITE
Potato e


4 LBS.

5 LBS.


10 LB8. U. S. NO. I YELLOW
29c ONIONS


$1

$1
LB.
ce


8"CANS $ .O
^JkBU


PENNY
Dog FOOD '12CAN
ALLEN or YELLOW BIRD --- NO. 2% CAN -- SWEET
dl&T


$1


ATOES 4 FOR $1
*COPELAND PORK NO. 10 JUG
LARD 99c
FROZEN FOODS
WHOLESUN ORANGE 5 CANS

JUICE $$1


CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY, MEAT

PIES
McKENZIES -- 10 OZ. PKG.

Strawberries


TOWN SQUARE FRUIT

PIES


4 FOR

$1
4 FOR


EACH

3Sc


A T A


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THE TOTAL IS LESS AT IGA


HIE TOTAL IS LESS AT IGA9




EVVEROYBSAVE SAVES WT VER PYS3lC' A; F(LJWIGGLY o~jini


Uair-


4 ROLL PKG. -- SPRUCE


MAXWELL HOUSE
COFFEE


lb


STERLING
SALT


HI BALL -- 10 LB. BAG

FLOUR


LINDY SWEET NO. 303 CANS


PEAS


ECONOMY
OLEO
PILLSBURY CAKE


69c


MIX


69c


2 BOXES
19c
2 LBS.
39c
3 FOR

41i


"SURE, that ever-lovin' tribe of mine will butter
mother up on Valentine's Day, bless their
hearts, but this family's No. 1 Sweetheart
will STILL have to FEED this hungry crew."
That's the way it goes, girls. "A wo-
man's work is never done ." and all
that sort of thing. We're proud that PIGGLY
WIGGLY does its bit towards taking the
drudgery out of mom's important job of
feeding the family by providing her
with the best selection possible of quality
convenience foods. PIGGLY WIGGLY'S
quick-to-fix foods are tasty, nutritious, and
most reasonable in cost. So, to take the
easiest and most economical way to meal-
times: shop
" Piggly Wiggly


25 BFOOD
BASKETS


SMOKED SHOULDER, DRUMMER BOY


2 FOR


3


SWIFT'S JEWEL -- NO. 10 JUG

Cooking Oil


$1.29
PLYMOUTH PEANUT 17 OZ. JAR


BUTTER
LARGE SIZE SUPER
SUDS


FLA. GRADE 'A' LARGE

[.CGS
Ih u


2 DOZ.

I09


47c
2 BOXES
39c


SLAB SLICED

BJ


To Be Given Away!
Register On Each Visit
To Our Store.


FREE -
Westinghouse Electric Iron
Westinghouse Radio
--REGISTER NOW-
LB.


1CS


3 LBS.


FRESH PORK BOSTON BUTTS ------- Pound 39c


FRESH GROUND
Ground Beef


FIRST CUT
RIB END
LOIN END


3 LBS.
$1


Ib. 39c
lb. 59c
Lb. 69c


EVERYTHING YOU WANT IN PRODUCE BROUGHT TO YOU 4
DAYS FRESHER AT PIGGLY WIGGLY!!


CANADIAN
RUTABAGAS


NO., 1 FLORIDA
Oranges
NO. 1 FLORIDA
G'truit


3c


EACH CARTON EACH
2c Tomatoes 12c


EACH CHOICE BELL
Sc PEPPER


6 FOR
19c


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FtH STAR, Port 4t. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 19190 and ammed highways with cars,
bumper to bumper, for miles in ev-


EThe time and effort spent in
LT T working out the plans were not
C A SSIF Y wasted, however, and they did not
say In moth balls very long for
By RUSSELL KAY last Sunday, another distinguished
visitor arrived in Tampa and so
A few weeks ago, when It was ed out to et him
thought that Mikoyan would visit many folks turned out t greet him
on his arrival at the airport that
Florida and stop at Tampa on als the police were mighty glad they
way to Miami, the Tampa police had complete detailed plan work-
department set 'i an elaborated out for handling both traffic and
plan for the protection of the Rus- e
-- -.1,....,-In-- crowds.


&sanx Preuier as well a .plain J
handling traffic and crowds that
might storm the Tampa Interua.
tional Airport.
When it was finally determined
that Mikoyan was not coming, the
plan was put in Mnoth.balls and the
police breathed a sigh of relief for
the problem ot protecting distin-
guished visitors to a large city is
always a trying one for local au-
thoritles.



FIRST BAPTI
Corner Third St. and BaItzell Av

SUNDAY SCHOOL ..
MORNING WORSHIP -
TRAINING UNION
EVENING WORSHIP
PRAYER MEETING (V


"Come and Wors


Smith's Pharmacy

Prwriptlma impounded by
a GRADUATE Pharmalst
JOHN ROBERT SMITH
MIrmae tlml Chemist


Des

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ery direction.
Virtually the entire police depart-
ment was called out to untangle
traffic jams and control the slow-
crawling line of 6,000 or more cars
which clogged access highways
leading to the airport.
Caught in the traffic jam were
city officials, fair officials and oth-
er local dignitaries who made up
.the official welcoming party. Ro-
gers plans which was expected to


t The distinguished visitor who arrive a :u p.m. al
a until nearly 5 p,m. although crowds
- gave the traffic division a hard began to arrive as early as 2 o'clock.
time for several hours was Roy The crowd of between 6,000 and
I Rogers, famed cowboy star sche- 10,000 that jammed the airport and
duled to star in the Roy Rogers surrounding area was in a holiday
show at the Florida State Fair. mood and the people milled about
r While it was expected that sev- for hours unmindful of the delay.
eral hundred people might turn up Kids were predominant and par-
to greet the star, authorities had centss had a hard day trying to keep
not anticipated the throng of near- them in line. Hundreds of young-
-ly 10,000 that stormed the airport sters were hoisted on daddy's shoul-h
der or held aloft by mothers try-
ing to give -them a chance to see
Over the crowd. The only reward
[ST CHURCH Ifor all this pushing and shoving
e. C. BYRON SMITH, Pator was a chance for a possblglimpse
.of the "hero" as he left his plane
to scramble in the waiting limou-
9:45 A.M. sine.
..._.... -- 11:00 A.M. A A mighty yell went up from the
6:15 P.M. eager crowd when Rogers' plans
7:80 P.M. could be -seen taxiing down the
Wednesday) 7:45 P.M. runway. Lusty cheers continued as
-- Rogers appeared in ihe doorway
of the 'plane.
ship God With Us" Cries of "Hey Roy", "Howdy
Poduer" rang out. Bedlam 'broke
loose when Homer Hooks of the
Florida Citrus Commission present-
ed the star with a huge hamper of
Temple oranges and officials ga9-

IIN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
14th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, a )
i Municipality in the County of )
Gulf, State of Florida, )
-Petitioner, )
vs. )
STATE OF FLORIDA, and the )
Tax-payers, Property Owners )
and Citizens of the City of )
Port St. Joe, including non- )
igned exclusively for residents owning property or
signed exclusively foryoul subject to taxation therein,
Respondents. )
criptin Isorderd to suit ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
cription .ordre to u your TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
eeds that 1 why we a oot THROUGH THE STATE ATTOR-
prescribe, or matu any o ehuga NEY FOR THE FOURTEENTH
mt. The doctor orders better JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF SAID
We A pply it! STATE, THE SEVERAL PROPER-
TY OWNERS, TAXPAYERS, CITI-
ZENS AND OTHERS HAVING OR
CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE
I OR 'INTEREST IN PROPERTY TO
____________ An BE'AFFECTED BY THE ISSU-
ANCE BY THE CITY OF PORT
REPAIRED and RECORD ST. JOE, FLORIDA, OF BONDS
LENED, FLUSHED HEREINAFTER MORE PARTICU-
LEANED, FLUSHEDLARLY DESCRIBED, OR TO 'BE
AFFECTED IN ANY WAY THERE-
ENERATORSYou and each of you are hereby
required to appear on the 27th day
d EXCHANGED of February, 1959, at 10 o'clock A.
M. before the Circuit Court of Gulf
County, Florida, at the office of the
Circuit Judge in the City Hall in
ELL SERVICE Port 'St. Joe, Florida, and show
cause why the prayer of the Peti-
223 Monument Ave. tion filed in the above entitled pro-
ceeding should not be granted and
the bonds therein described and
the proceedings authorizing the is-
suance thereof, validated and con-
1 To Aftend firmed, said bonds consisting of
Fifty-five Thousand Dollars ($55,-
000.00) Hospital Revenue Bonds of
aptis198,Church dated August 1958, matur-
aptiSt Churc ing serially on August 1 of each of
the years 1973 to 1976, both inclu-
sive, bearing interest, payable semi-
ODUM, Pastor annually -at such rate as shall be
9:45 a.m. determined upon the sale thereof,
not in excess of six per centum
1P 1:00 a.m. (6%) per annum, .a more particu-
UNION 6:15 p.m. lar description of said bonds being
contained in the Petition filed in
7:30 p.m. this proceeding.
Wednesday) 7:80 p.m. DONE AND ORDERED at Port
Wednesday) t. Joe, Florida, this the 2nd day
ue and 16th Street of February, 1959.
/s/ W. L. FITZPATRICK
Judge of the Circuit Court of
the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit
AYS WELCOMEof Florida in and or Gulf
AYS WELCOME County. St-2-5


Gulf Coast Community College Showsd

Increase In Enrollment for Spring Term'


The total enrollment of 326 stu-
dents for the Spring Semester at
Gulf Coast Community College,
Panama COtty, shows an increase of.
.138 over enrollment for the 1958
Spring Semester, according to Har-
ry N. Murphy, Registrar.
There are 160 in the Day Division
and 166 in the Evening Division; of
this number there are 26 new stu-
dnets in the Day Division and 75
new students in the Evening Divi-
sion. "The impressive number of
new students in the Evening Divi-
sion is due, in part, to the greater
variety of course offerings this se-
mester," said Dr. Thomas, B. Met-
calf, Director of this division. "We
now offer 26 Evening Division cour-
ses as compared with 15 last
spring."
. Registrar Murphy pointed out
that a number of new students in


there about him to extend their
welcome.
Waving and smiling Rogers re-
,turnetd the crowd's greeting and
tossed oranges to the throng. His
departure was delayed when a
crowd of hysterical youngsters
broke through police lines in an ef-
fort to secure autographs.
Rogers finally escaped by hopp-
ing in a coral colored convertible
but he made a loop the entire
length of the runway before depart-
ing with a police escort. It took
hours to untangle the traffic snarl
and much credit is due the Tampa
police department, the Sheriff's
force, the State Highway Patrol for
their work in handling traffic and
preventing accidents.

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Shoes Away .
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fix them like new.
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the Day Division had transferred
from' University of Florida and
Florida State as well as from out-
of-state colleges and universities.
Dr. Ted W.- Booker, President,
commented: "We are pleased that
our enrollment continues to in-
crease, for this indicates that the
need for the community college is
great and that the people of this
area have confidence in their new
institution of higher learning. The
administration and faculty will re-
dedicate themselves to the building
of a bigger and better Gulf Coast
,Community' College.'

Mary McNabb Is

'Miss Homemaker"

Mary Dorothye McNabb has bedh
named 1959 Betty Crocker Home-
maker of Tomorrow at Washington
high school.
.She received the highest score in
a 50-minute written examination on
homemaking knowledge and atti-
tudes taken, by graduating senior
girls in her school. She will receive
a homemaking pin manufactured
by Josten's, which represents the
slogan, "Home is Where the Heart
Is." Her examination paper will be
entered in competition with those
of other school winners in the state
to name the state Betty Crocker
Homemaker of Tomorrow.
The test is designed and judged
by Science Research Associates.
'Each state Homemaker of To-
morrow will receive a $1,500 schol-
arship from General Mills, an edu-
cational trip April 4-10 with her
school advisor to Washington, D.
C., colonial Williamsburg, Va., New
York City and Minneapolis, and she
will be a candidate for the title of
All-American Homem'aker of To-
morrow. The school of each state
winner will receive a set of the En-
cyclopedia Britannica. General Mills
will award a $500 scholarship to
each state runner-up.










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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 WIlliami Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By he Star Publishing C-maWny
WESILY R. RAMszE Editor and Publisher
Al o Lnotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist, Reporter, proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, 33.00 SIX MONTHS 1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
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Entered Mas econd-olanm matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of Marbch S,. 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-8161
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do not hold themselves liable for damage further tbav amount received for ouch
advertisement.
The spoken word is given Scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
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The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


School Board Planning Ahead
With gratified heart, we are pleased to note that the Gulf
County School Board is taking steps to bring the Gulf County
system out of the doldrums that so many schools are in through-
out the state. The Gulf County Board proposes to put the sys-
tem "ahead" of the growth that has been evident for the past
several years.
Gulf County, like every other county in the state, has been
plodding along, finally realizing they need a classroom or two,
and then building it. This is an expensive way to expand.
Now, the Board has called, and held, a meeting with the
managers of the industrial plants in our city to get an outline of
their proposed growth in the next'five to ten years. The results
of this meeting will supposedly be worked into a plan to expand
the schools now, all at once, to meet this expected increase. It
will be the first time since the war, if the plan jells, that the
schools in Gulf County were ready and waiting for more pupils -
and a welcome change it will be. Adequate schools is one of the
main items toward bringing new industry to the area. Already
crowded schools don't give us much chance at growth.
Of course, the joker in the whole program is -- where is
the money coming from. The School system is already mort-
gaged to the hilt for past construction and it appears that it will
be a while before any extra money is available for such building.
But, the citizens of Gulf County could do something about that.
If the citizens' of this county would go all out for the tax
assessor Sammy Patrick, putting a minimum tax of $10.00 for
school purposes on all county tax payers -- in other words, no
tax bill lower than $10.00 and then, place a $10.00 per year
tax on all individually owned homes (whether exempt or not)
within the county, the county could finance this-program of gett-
ing ready for growth.
You say, "what can $10.00 do?" Well, that ten spot from
every home owner in the county can pay off a lot of bonds each
year. At the present cost of construction, it would pay for about
two classrooms a year. At this rate, an entire nevw school build-
ing could be built within 10 years.
Do you know of any home-owner that $10.00 a year would
be a hardship on? Another case of where little drops of water,
little grains of sand -- make the mighty ocean and this wonder-
ful land. Just a dollar here, and a dollar there will cure our
troubles without having to cry out in the dark for the State or
the Federal government to help us out of our predicament And
they're not going to help us out, anyway.












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furnished FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
56 per mo. room apartment. 617 Woodward
Carver. 2t Ave. Call Gene Holley, Phone Tal-
lahassee 3-2625. 2tc
cottage at
ble. See SI- FOR RENT: 1 and 2 bedroom ap-
-7161. tfo artments. Furnished or unfurnish-
ed. Call 7-3746. Mrs. J. S. Shirey. ,
unfurnish-
dward Ave. FOR RENT: 1 bedroom, living
len Dickens room, kitchenette and bath. Fdr
tS-1I-8 nished. Four mi. south of St. Joe
on Highway 30. Phone 9-1195. c


FOR RENT: Completely furnished
house, including dishes and cook-
ing utensils if desired, two bedroom
and one three bedroom house un-
furnished, except stove and refrig-
erator. Both at St. Joe Beach. See
J. D. Clark or Call 7-7771 after 4
p.m. or week ends.
FOR RENT: Four room cottage,
furnished. $35 per month. Phone
7-2620. Located at St. Joe Beach.
FOR RENT: Apartment, furnished
or unfurnished. Call or see Mrs.
Paul Farmer In Oak Grove, Phone
7-2565. tfc-1-16
FOR RENT: Furnished house at
Simmons Bayou on old Highway
98. Apply at Milter's Store. 2tp
FOR RENT: House on 13th Street.
Good location. Phone 9-1291. 4t


FOR RENT: 2 story house at 1508
Long Ave. with 2 large bedrooms.
$60. per month. J. A. Mira, Phone
9-1301 or 7-2711. tf


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
cottages. $45 per month. Ander-
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tfc


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-
ea in cypress paneling inside. Has
to be seen to be appreciated. 140'
frontage. Cli 9-1137. tfe-1-29


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FOR SALE
House at White City. Good con-
dition. Pay owner's equity.
3 bedrooni home and den. Pay
owner's equity.
3 houses on Bellamy Circle left
for sale.
Cape San Blass Shores Subdivi
sion. Prices will increase $100.00
per lot on March 1, 1959. Buy while
the price is still low.
PRIDGEON AGENCY
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741
IIIIIIII


FOR SALE
Attractive, 2 bedroom, summer
home or rental house at Mexico
Beach. In excellent condition, bulft
1956, unfurnished except new stox,,
and refrigerator. $8600.00. Terms
can be arranged.
Corner lot, on front, St. Joe
Beach. 75x100 feet. $1500.00.
A t White City, in restricted
neighborhood. Nice 2 bedroom
house, only 2 yrs. old. Cypress pan
yelled throughout, built-in cabinets
and double sink in kitchen, woven
rugs. Small down payment. Terms
arranged suitable to buyer.
TO RENT
Office space to rent in Costin
Bldg. 116 Monument Ave.
COASTAL REALTY CO.
116 Mon. Ave. Phone 7-4051
FOR SALE: House and six lots at
White City. Write E. D. Brooks,
Box 28, Bristol. 2tp

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.
Is/ HARRY H. SAUNDERS
Administrator of the Estate
of T. A. Saunders, deceased.
'SILAS R. STONE,
Attorney for Administrator 4t-129
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 hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 27th day
of January, A.D., 1959.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court.
(COURT SEAL) 4t-1-29
NOTICE of FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of K. P. COMPANY, in the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida, intend to re-
gister the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Gulf County,
Florida. 4t-2-12
iMAX W. KILBOURN
E. T. PRIDGEON, JR.
NOTICE of FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of GULF TITLE and ABSTRACT
COMPANY, in the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida, intend to register 'the
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Gulf County, Flor-
ida.
E. T. PRIDGEON, JR.
E. T. PRIDGEON, SR.
NOTICE of FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the


FOR SALE
A two bedroom house with oak
floors. Less than two years old. On
78 by 150 foot lot. This well con-
structed house to sell for. $10,800.
Only $650 down plus closing cost,
A large three 'bedroom house on
two lots at corner of 16th St. and
Monument, Avenue. To sell for only
$9,500. Terms to be arranged.
A completely new two bedroom
house at White City. Includes wa-
ter heater, 125 ft. well, Fairbanks-
Morse pump, Youngstown kitchen
sink. Wired for electric stove and
plumbed for washing machine. Pric-
ed to sell for $4,500.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Ph. BAll 7-3491 221 Reid Ave.


Ronnie Adanmg, lDana Mc tygnig
and Diana Fitzpatrick.
TWELFTH GRADE: Beverly
Baldwin, Judy Fensom, Phyllis Lew-
is, Patty Redd, Sandra Smith, Kate
Tillman, Gall, Roberts, Li n d a
Smith, Wilma Nell Thursbay, Leo-
nard Costin, Billy Cumble, Victor
McAllister, Edward Smith and
Richard Zipperer.
ALL 'A' and 'B' HONOR ROLL
First Semester
SEVENTH GRADE: Myron Mer-
ritt, Kenneth Dykes, Albert Gentry,
David Porter, Ellis Stevens, June
McKenzie and Ellen Scisson.
(EIGHTH GRADE: Johnny Cha-
fin and Mazie Stone.
NINTH GRADE: Chesley Fen-
som, C. J. Giddens, Kay Cheech, El-
len Kennington, Marina Punt, Mary
Dell Ramsey, Sandra Brown, David
Nance, Joe Whaley and Sue Durant.
TENTH GRADE: Rodney Spauld-
ing, Mary Jane Bobbitt, Howard
Lovett, Sonja Deskins.
ELEVENTH GRADE: Coral Lee
Armstrong, Connie Chason; Norma
Hobbs, Betty Ward, Diane Lay and
Diana Fitzpatrick.
TWELFTH GRADE: Beverly
,Baldwin, Judy Fensom, Phyllis
Lewis, Patty Redd, Sandra Smith,
Kate Tillman, Victor McAllister and
Richard Zipperer.

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT
COUNCIL SPONSORING SALE
The Port St. Joe High School
,Student Council will sponsor a bake
sale Saturday morning beginning
at 10:00 a.m. in front of Campbell's
Drug Store.
Many delicious baked goods will
be available.
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undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of HALL'S LAUNDRY and CLEAN-
ERS, at 107 Second Street, in the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, intend
to register the said name with the
Clerk of Circuit Court of Gulf
County, Florida. 4t-2-12
DREW BURNETT HALL
ALBERT HENRY FLETCHER
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery.
HATTIE M. COOPER, Plaintiff,
vs.
EVERETT L. COOPER, Defendant.
NOTICE TO: Everett L. Cooper
whose place of residence is 1017
Southgate, Tampa, Florida.
On or before the 13th day of
March, A.'D., 1959 the defendant,
Everett L. Cooper is required to
serve upon Benjamin H. Dickens,
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address
is 303 Fourth Street, 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 him herein for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this llth day
of February, A.D., 1959.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
GEORGE Y. GORE, 4t
Clerk OCrcuit Court. 2-12


Mrs. Luther Carden and son By-
ron, arrived in Port St. Joe Tues-
day of last week for a five day
visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Car-
den. Mrs. Garden. and son will re-
turn to Port St. Joe next Tuesday,
after listing relatives in Tallahas-
see and Fort Meyers and will stay
in Port St. Joe until Friday,, She
will be accompanied back to Hart-
sell, Alabama by Mr. and Mrs. W.
I. Carden.

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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom
house, St. Joe Beach. $;
Phone 7-7521 or see Bill
FOR RENT: Furnished
Beacon Hill. Reasonal
las R. Stone or phone 7
FOR RENT: Five room
ed house at 301 Wood
$35.00 per month. Call B
&t BAll 7-2281.


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IT'S BUILT FOR PEOPLE
Ford's wide-opening doors let you enter an(
Ford offers the most insulation in its field
foam-padded front, seat cushions all For
springing all the way across the back seat .
aren't cramped in a Ford as they are in sc
priced cars.
IT'S BUILT FOR SAVINGS
You can save jp to $1.00 a tankful because I
gines thrive on regular gas. Fords only requit
4000 miles. Ford cars themselves, and the <
buy cost less, too. Suggested retail price of ;
heater and automatic drive is as much as
major competition.
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Sharks lose Garden Club To Sponsor i
(Continued from arks Fashion Show Feb. 5 I
through 26 points to the Sharks' sio Show Fb.
16.
The score by quarters: Fashions from Port St. Joe firms
Port St. Joe 5 13 7 9-34 shown by models from Port St. Joe
Chipley 15 9 9 17-51 will be featured at the second Gar- I
den Club Spring Fashion Show and I
Gators Stop St. Joe luncheon. 1
Port St. Joe rose to a one point Luncheon will be served at 1:00 s
lead during the first half, but fell p.m. Wednesday, February 25 at i
in the final period to a strong We- the Parish House, Tickets are now i
w'ahitchka five, 40-36, on the local on sale at $1.75 from any Garden
hardwood Tuesday night. Club member.
The Sharks, fighting to maintain The president, Mrs.-L. S. Bissett,
their slim lead, moved into the has appointed the following com- -
front 11-10 at the end of the first mittees: Planning Committee, Mrs,.
quarter. Ralph Nance; Mrs. Paul Fensom a
During the second period, the and Mrs. H. W. Griffin. Food; Mrs.
Sharks hit for nine points. Tom Moon. Tables; Mrs. J. C. Arbo-
'In the third quarter, Wewahitch- gast. Staging; Mrs. George Cooper.
ka poured through ten marks while Models; Mrs. Joe Hendrix. Narra-
Port St. Joe hit for five. The slim tor; Mrs. Marian Pareseau. Tick-
third quarter proved the difference ets; Mrs. C. L. Costin. Merchants;
in the game as the two clubs hit Mrs. G. F. Lawrence.
11 points each in the final stanza. Merchants desiring to enter mo-
Bbo Munn led the Port St. Joe dels may contact Mrs G. F. Law-
attack with 14 points while team- rence.
mate Jackie Mitchell hit for 11. *
Roy Lister paced the winning Ga- Adult Education
tor scorers with 11 points.
The Sharks now have a 7-11 rec- Begins New Semester
,ord for the season. Wewa has a
17-4 mark. The evening division of the Gulf
In the preliminary game, St. Joe County Adult Education Institute
B team stopped Wewahitchka, 33- is now beginning second semester
22. classes.
Score by quarters: I
Port St. Joe 11 9 5 11-36 Anyone who wishes to complete
Wewahitchka 10 9 10 11-40 his or her high school work may
St. Joe fg ft tp | Wewa fg ft tp enroll in this school.
Smith 2 1 51 Llister 2 1 5- A person may receive a diploma
Knight 1 0 2. Smith 4 2 10 as well as improve his skills to
M'white 1 1 3 Lamb 1 4 5 better his working capacity.
Munn 4 4 14 McGlon 2 4 8 Subjects offered are: English,
Young 0 0 0 Lister 4 3 11 history, mathematics, typing, book-
Dawson 0 1 1 keeping, shorthand, business ma-
Mitchell 4 3 11 chines, plus any other subject need-
I( ed for completion of high school.
Plans are now in the making to
Honor Roll provide a short and informative
(Contnued From Page 1) course on the proper filing of in-
(Continued From Pa* 1) come tax returns.
Hazel Creamer, Nelson Hall, Lois The Gulf County Adult institute
Floyd and Andrea Martin. Spauld- is under the direction of H. F.
TENTH GRADE: Rodney Spauld- Ays
ing, Coleman Tharpe, Mary Jane further information, conac
Bobbitt, David Odum, Howard Leov- Ay ers no Hemington or
ett, Tomm Watts, David White, Bet- David Nicholson.
ty Ann Ford and Sonja Deskins. Classes meet on Mnay and
ELDVENTH GRADE: Coral Lee ClasesmetonMondya
mELEVENTH GRADE: Coral Lee Thursday nights at 7:00 in the high
Armstrong, Norma Hobbs, Betty school commercial rooms.
Ward, Crista Duren, Willie Daniell, ______s______
Frances Spears, Steve Whealton,sitorsFrom Alabama


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ST. JOE:

Port St. Joe, Florida


B. R. Alsobrook is
Promoted In Firm

Ben R. Alsobrook, so- of Mr. a]
Mrs. Thomas Alsobrook, who
Project Engineering Manager f
Rohr Aircraft Corporation, at Cl
a Vista, California, has been giv,
a special assignment as manage(
Stainless Steel Products, accoi
ng to J. E. Rheims, president.
In his new capacity Alsobro
will be responsible for overall m.
agement and coordination of all ,
pects of brazed stainless steel hc
sycomb programs, and will coord
ate a steering committee to inclu
I. Dagan, A. F. Kitchin, F. E. A
Creery and B. F. Raynes.
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Returns From Louisiana
Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Stevens,
returned from New Orleans, L
Tuesday, where they attended
funeral of Mr. Stevens' brother

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