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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 19, 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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once in awhile-Trade with
your home town merchants


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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
,ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1959 NUMBER 21


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SEA SCOUT ORGANIZERS-Above is the group of men who began the organizing job of a Sea Scout
ship for Port St. Joe Monday night. The Ship is being sponsored by the Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club.
Above, left to right, are: Gordon S. Hallmark, Committee member of the Kiwanis Club; Bill Quarles,
Jr., Mate; 'Dr. Bob King, Kiwanis Club committee member; Harold Odom, Skipper, and three represen-
tatives from the Panama City Ship 117 who helped with the organization--Larry Villars, Mate; Louis
Bon, Skipper and Charles K. Ruse, Sr., Lake-Sands iDistrict Council Field Commander.



Bradshaw Steel and Forge


Invited to Visit Port St. Joe


The Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce took
advantage of a disagreement between the people of
Panama City and Kenneth Bradshaw of the Bradshaw
Steel and Forge Company Monday of this week and
sent that company an invitation to come look over
Port St. Joe as a site for his plant.
Geiorge G. Tapper, vice-chairman of the Indus-
trial Development Company of the C. of C., sent the
following day letter to Bradshaw on Monday.
Mr. Kenneth 5radshaw
Bradshaw Steel and Forge Company
Panama City, 'Florida.
I noted by the morning paper that you con-
template canceling your plans to locate your new
plant in Panama City. If this is true before you
leave this area we the Chamber of Commerce and
the people of Port St. Joe extend to you and your
associates a cordial invitation to look Port St. Joe
over. We have many things here to offer which we
feel would be of a good advantage to your opera-
tion. 1. The finest deep water harbor on the Gulf
coast which would give you coastwise, intercoast-
al and foreign shipments for your products. 2. Our
intercoastal canal gives you easy access for barge


CHURCH ATTEND

Presbyterian Church
First Baptist, Wewahitchka ._
Oak Grove Assembly of God ---
Long Avenue 'Baptist Church -- -
Highland View Baptist Church .
First Baptist Church
'White City Baptist Church ..---
First Methodist Church
Mexico Beach Methodist Church
St. James Episcopal
St. John's. Episcopal Wewahitchka
Highland View Methodist Church


Chittlin Eaters Enjoy

Favorite Menu Friday

The newly formed "Chitterling
Eaters Club" met Friday night in
the Seafarer Cafe to indulge in a
sumptuous repast of the best part
of the hog topped off with baked
sweet potatoes, collards and corn-
bread. The club met at 8:00 p.m.
At this meeting, officers were
named in accordance with their
capacity for the main menu dish
deciding the outcome of the elec-
tion. H. W. (Buck) Griffin was
elected president unanimously; sec-
retary is Jimmy Greer and treasur-
er, 0. C. Bykes.
Those present were Charlie Rob-
erts, Jerry F. Thompson, W. D.
(Tiny) Jones, C. J. Buttram, Wayne
Buttram, Leroy Bowdoin, J. T.
Ivey, R. W. Henderson, Wesley R.
Ramsey, Dan Hatfield, Louis C.
Carter, M. P. Tomlinson, Rush
Chism, Frank LeHardy, A. Sey-
mour, H. L. McKinnon, Richard
Dawson, C. G. Costin, Sr., R. A.
Tynes, L. G. Buck, W. B Ferrell,
Aubrey Tomlinson, M. Graham, Tra-
vis Aplin and the officers H. W.
Griffin, James H. Greer and 0. C.
Dykes.
The club voted to meet and eat
the second Friday of each month.

It pays to advertise try it


shipments of raw material to your plant and fin-
ished products out. 3. Ample warehousing and
ducking facilities are now available. 4. New Mi-
chigan Chemical Plant under construction and
more coming could easily use many of your pro-
ducts. 5. A stable community where all the people
will welcome you with open arms. The Mayor,
President of Chamber of Commerce, City Commis-
sion, County Commission and the Industrial De-
velopment Committee would appreciate you and
your associates being our guest at your conveni-
ence to give us a chance to show you what we
have. I am sure you will find a wholesome atmos-
phere and a place that you and your employees
would enjoy locating. I will appreciate your call-
ing me at BAll 7-2181 and we will be glad to come
to Panama City and pick you and your associates
up to show you Port St. Joe. Cordially.
industrial Development Committee
Port St. Joe chamber of Commerce
GEORGE G. TAPPER
No answer had been received from the invitation
as of press time yesterday afternoon.


)ANCE RECORD Free Movie F
Sunday Church Evening 1 For
School Services Training
657 101 16 Women Feb. 24
.__2176 195 26 ____
-.--- 212 61 All women of this area are urg-
290 440 118 ed o attend a free movie at the
.-.-115 191 91 Port Theatre next Tuesday, Feb-
168 378 28 ruary 24 at 10:00 a.m.
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31, 71 6 The movie, "Time and Two,
a ... 33 Women" will be presented by the
... 55 97 37 Gulf County Chapter of the Amer-
ican Cancer Society in coopera-
last Rites Held For tion with the Franklin-Gulf Med-
ical Society.

Thomas E. Kay, 74 Admission is free and all wo-
men are invited to attend.
Thomas E. Kay, age 74, passed
away Wednesday afternoon near Band Boosters Set,
Oak Grove while fishing. Little Impforta Meeting
James Dykes of Oak Grove was ortant Meeting
with Kay and came to the highway
to notify a Florida Power Corpor- An important meeting of the
ation crew that Kay was ill. The Band Boosters Association will be
Power Company crew radioed the held tonight at 8:00 p.m. in the
Florida Highway Patrol who took High School band room. The par-
Kay to the Hospital where he was ents of all band students are urged
pronounced dead on arrival. to attend.
Survivors are his wife, Katie of 'High points of the business meet-
Oak Grove; three sons, Vester of ing will be the election of a presi-
Winter Haven, Ollis of Tampa and dent, planning for the 1959 Birth-
Vernon of Fort Walton; two daugh- day Calendar, and a discussion on
ters, Mrs. Eula V. Walker of Oak problems pertaining to the coming
Grove and Mrs. Eldis Scott of Pan- official .band contest -which is to
ama City and one brother, Liza Kay be held in Quincy on the third and
of Graceville and 20 grandchildren, fourth of April, 1959.
Funeral services were held Sat- The Band Boosters Association
urday morning at 11:00 a.m. at the has contributed much to the suc-
Assembly of God Church in Oak cess of the present fine musical
Grove conducted by the Rev. E. L. organization. The, Iand director,
Gilliland. Burial was in Holly Hill the high school' principal, and the
Cemetery. band students are very grateful to
Comforter Funeral Home was in those parents who have contributed
charge of arrangements. their time and efforts to help sup-
( port the high school band.
Visit In Alabama Now is the time to re-dedicate
Mr. and 'Mrs. J. Lamar Miller ourselves to the work of maintain-
and daughter, Ann, visited their son ing our interest by attending the
and brother, John Miller, who is meetings of Band Boosters Assoc-
attending Marion Institute at Mar- nation. Your help is needed.
ion, Ala. All spent the week end in HERMAN R. DEAN
Birmingham, Ala. Band Director


36 Boys Show

Up For Sea Scouts

The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
had their first organizational meet-
ing for a new Sea Scout Ship for
Port St. Joe here Monday night.
The meeting was held in the Cen-
tennial Building with 36 boys show-
ing up and expressing interest in
the movement for the first meet-
ing.
Conducting the meeting was Har-
old Odom, new Skipper for the
Ship that is now being formed.
With Odom were his 'Mate, W. S.
Quarles, Jr., and Kiwanis Club com-
mittee members Dr. R. E. King and
Gordon S. Hallmark.
Present to give the prospective
Sea Scouts some of the rudiments
of Sea Scouting and an introduc-
tion into the Sea Scouting work
were Charles K. Ruse, Lake-Sands
Council 'Field Commanider for Sea
IExplorer Scouts of Panama City
and Skipper Louis Bon of Ship 117,
Panama City and Larry Villars,
Mate of Ship 117, Panama City.
These men, being familiar with the
Sea Scouting activities gave the
boys a picture of what would be
expected of them and what they
would learn under the Sea Scout
movement.
The movement received a hearty
reception from the 36 boys present
and indications are that the activ-
ity will become a popular one in,
Port St. Joe.
Sea Scouts are made up of boys
between the ages of 14 and 17. Dr.
Bob King, committee member for
the Kiwanis Club, says that the
Ship is now taking applications for
boys who wish to join. He says that
activities will be plentiful- for the
boys with a number of plans al-
ready being made. Any boy within
the age limit, >'-i.y secure an ap-
plication blank at Dr. King's office
on the corner of Fourth Street and
Long Avenue.
The next meeting of the Ship
will be held Thursday, February 26
at the Centennial Building. All boys
who have secured entry blanks or
those who wish to join the Ship
are urged to attend

High School Band

Plans Concert


Leroy Bowdoin, principal of the


Port St. Joe 'High School, announc-
ed this week that Friday, March 13
has been selected as the date for
the annual -Spring Concert to be
played by the Port St. Joe High
School bands. The first half of the
concert will be performed by the
Cadet Band and the last half by
the Senior Band. A total of 104
high school band students will par-
ticipate in the program.
Some of the highlights of the pro-
gram will be three excerpts from
German operas by 'the great com-
poser Richard Wagner, "Little
Suite For 13and" by the contempo-
rary composer, Clare Grundman,
and |the famous 4'Bandinage for
Brasses" by Harold Walters.
The 1959 High School Band is
larger, better instrumentized, and
more musical than at any time be-
fore. The public is invited to at-
tend this outstanding performance
and enjoy good band music played
by our own fine boys and girls.
The concert will be played in the
High School Gymnasium and will
begin promptly at 8:00 p.m. The
admission for adults will be 75c and
the student fare will be 50c. The
money will be used to 'pay expenses
for the coming official district band
contest.

Bake Sale Coming Up

Club No. 22 will be conducting
a bake sale February 28 beginning
at 9:00 a.m. You are invited to
place your order with Lucille Wil-
liams at BAll 9-1139, Addle Good-
son, BAll 7Z3911 or Elsie Griffin
at BAll 7-7931 for any special or-
ders.

Visiting In Georgia
Mrs. Edward J. Woods is visiting
this. week with relatives in Macon,
Georgia.

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Little Boys Baseball League
Meeting Tonight At School

There will be a meeting at the
Port St. Joe Elementary School for
officers, directors, sponsors and
managers of Little Boys' Baseball,
Inc., Thursday night, February 19
a, 8:00 p.m. This meeting will be
held for the purpose of electing
new officers and making plans for
the coming season. Anyone inter-
ested in Little Boys Baseball work
is invited to attend.


Benjamin H. Dickens, local attorney, appeared before the
City Commission Tuesday night, representing St. Joe Natural Gas
Co., Inc., for a franchise to operate a natural gas distribution sys-
tem in the City of Port St. Joe. Mr. Dickens advised the City
Commission that he had just returned from a trip to St. Petersburg
where he met\vith F. E. Stanley, President, and other officials of
Houston, Texas, Gas and Oil Corporation. He presented a letter
irom this corporation advising that they would welcome the co-
operaiton of St. Joe Natural Gas Co., Inc., in support of their
application before the Federal Power Commission for a Certificate
of Public Convenience and Necessity for their proposed expan-
sion to furnish Michigan Chemical Company and the domestic
and commercial users in the City of Port St. Joe.


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HAM WINNER-Wesley R. Ramsey (left) is presented a free ham by
Edward J. Woods, chairman of the business district collections for
the March of Dimes drive. The ham was presented to the worker
collecting the most money. And the reason you have to look at
this monstrosity is because they wouldn't give me the ham until I
agreed to do it. (* photo)


School Enrollment Takes Extra Big

Jump Over Usual Increase Owens


Big Appliance Show

Tonight and Tomorrow

Electrical appliance dealers of
Port St. Joe will present a gigantic
electrical appliance show of new
1959 models beginning tonight at
7:00 p.m. The show will be held
tonight and tomorrow night from
7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Free prizes will be given away
both nights with the grand prize,
a Sylvania stereophonic sound re-
cord player console, valued at $239
given away Friday night after the
show. All winners must be present.
The show is being produced by
St. Joe Furniture and Appliance Co.
Modern Furniture Co., Smith Radio
and TV, Danley Furniture Co., Ken-
nedy Electric and Refrigeration
Service and Roche Appliance Co.,
of Port 'St. Joe in cooperation with
the Florida Power Corporation.
See the full page advertisement
in this week's issue of The Star
for further details.


Tom Owens, Superintendent of
the Gulf County Board of Public
Instruction spoke to the Rotary
Club last Thursday expanding some
on Gulf County's schooll needs for
the future.
Owens began by calling atten-
tion to the large increase this year
in school enrollment. He said that
in the past, the school enrollment
in the Port St. Joe area has been
growing by the rate of two to
three percent every year. This year
the average daily attendance took
a seven percent increase or 83 pu-
pils more per day than last year.
The county as a whole has an in-
crease of 195 white children and
22 colored children average daily
attendance more than last year.
Dwelling on last week's story
concerning the School Board's
planning for the future, Owens cal-
led attention to the fact that
growth means expansion of school
facilities other than classrooms,
such as lunch rooms, kitchens,
heating, rest rooms, libraries, lab-
oratories, etc.


So Owens said that the County gets
Garden Club Fashion $200 per child increase each year
Show February 25 for building expansion. He stated
ow february that the county was paying off the
1948 bond issue at the rate of $32,-
Plans for the Fashion Show and 000 per year and accumulating
Luncheon February 25 at 1 p.m. some money for future building.
at the Parish House a in the fin- ___
at stage and door prizes ai d en-
tertainment will add to the fun Student Council Plans
and excitement already planned. Car Wash Saturday
The showing of spring fashions
from Port St. Joe's local stores by The Sudeiit Council of Port St.
models from Por: St. Joe will be Joe High School will operate a car
directed by Mrs. Joseph P. Hen- wash projePc this Saturday. The
drix. Stores participating in the car w:ash wrii be operated from
second Spring Show, sponsored by 9:0) a-.m. t) 2:00 noon and from
the Port St. Joe Garden Club are 1:00 p.m. until the iastorers (quit
Prince and Princess Shop, Costin'-s coming. Th C'ouncil members will
Department Store, Boyles Depart- wash your car for $1.00 or will
ment Store and The Bungalow wash and polsh both for $4.00.
Shop. This is one project in a series
Luncheon will be served prompt- to raise money in order to send the
ly at 1:00 p.m. and modeling willPort St. Joe SLude::.' Council dele-
begin. Tickets are now on sale from gates to th& State Convention in
any Garden Club member for $1.75. West Palm Beach.


'Mr. Dickens was advised that
this application for service to Mi-
chigan Chemical Comipany could
include the requirements of the
domestic and commercial users in
Port St. Joe if the franchise holder
would support the application of
the Houston Company before the
Federal Power Commission. This
would include testimony from en-
gineers, City officials and domes-
tic and commercial users to prove
the feasibility. It was pointed out
that Port St. Joe cannot plan on
receiving gas from 'the line that
will supply Michigan Chemical
Company's new plant here in Port
St. Joe. The line to the plant will
be a 'private line paid for by the
Chemical Company to supply their
own gas needs.
Dickens further advised that
Port St. Joe -had failed to intervene
?.q! -pp.uC-t Hou..ti' J'n ,;.s origin-
-t ap-plication for gas reserves
which was the reason Port St. Joe
was left off of the original pipe-
line and now it is very imperative
that action be taken by April 1 of
this year or Port St. Joe may not
obtain natural gas for many years.
'It was pointed out by Mr. Dick-
ens that Port St. Joe would be at
a competitive disadvantage with
other communities who have natur-
al gas available to attract industry
should Port St. Joe fail to obtain
natural gas.
St. Joe Natural Gas Co., Inc., is
headed by J. Lamar Miller as presi-
dent and other initial stockholders
are Cecil G. Castin, Jr., and Benja-
min H. Dickens. Mr. Dickens stat-
ed that arrangements are being
made with Florida Securities Com-
mission to authorize the corpora-
tion to sell' a substantial amount of
stock to residents of Port St. Joe
who may desire to have an inter-
est in the corporation. /
The City Commission introduced
and placed on first reading a fran-
chise ordinance granting St. Joe
Natural Gas Co., Inc. a franchise
for a period of 30 years. This ordin-
ance is a model ordinance furnish-
ed by the Florida League of Muni-
cipalities for the granting of natur-
at gas franchises.
The City Commission set a meet-
ing for Wednesday, February 25,
at 10:00 o'clock A.M. for further
consideration of the franchise and
agreed to set the date of the fran-
chise election at that time. It was
pointed out to the Commission that
this election should be held as
quickly..as possible in order to com-
ply with the April 1 deadline for the
hearing before the Federal Power
Commission in Washington.


Oak Grove Church
Makes Revival Plans

A revival meeting will begin next
Sunday, February 22 at the Oak
Grove Assembly of God Church.
The evangelist will be the Rev. and
Mrs. Hollis Peterson and their lit-
tle twin sons. They are from Tex-
as. The musical Petersons have
travelled from coast to coast
preaching and singing the Gospel.
They play about 20 musical instru-
ments. They are outstanding evan-
gelists in the Assemblies of God
Churches.
Services will be held each eve-
ning at 7:30 p.m. E. L. Gilliland,
pastor of the local church, says
that everyone is -elcome to attend.


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NEWS FROM
Hghland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
Clinton Cox and Jimmy Whitting-
ton were business callers in Talla-
hassee Tuesday.
The MYF of the Highland View
Methodist Church extends a cor-
dial welcome to the public every
Sunday evening at 6:15. A film
strip of events leading up to the
reaurraction of Christ on Easter
Sunday will be shown every Sun-
day afternoon.
The Bible Class for children with
Mrs..Mary McAllister as teacher is
conducted every Tuesday afternoon
at 3:30 in the home of Mrs. Clin-
ton Cox. Parents are ,urged to bring
their children to these classes.
Rev. J. 3. Hill is ill in the Muni-
cipal Hospital. His many friends
hope him a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. James Kelley spent
Thursday in Panama City with rel-
atives,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Suggs and
sons of Lynn Haven spent Thurs-
day evening with Mrs. Suggs' par-
eats, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Griffin


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SATURDAY, 12:45 P.M,
TELEPHONE: BAII 7-4191

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SUNDAY. MONDAY


Mrs. Gene Adklns spent Tuesday
in Panama City with her mother,
Mrs. Tilda Mims.
Mr. and Mrs. James Colvin and
daughters spent the week end In
Hosford with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Doss Kelley and
son are spending two weeks vaca-
tion in Dothan, Ala., with their par-
ents and other relatives.
Wesley Grace is spending a two
week's vacation in Geneva, Ala.,
with his parents.


from Mobile, Ala., Mr. and Mrs.
Leroy Stokes and daughter.
Pvt. Mavis P. Butts is home on
a 10-day leave after completing her
basic training at Ft. McClellan,
Alabama. She will return Sunday
for further clerical training at Ft.
McClellan.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Peterson and
children visited relatives in Perry
and Greenville Sunday.


Mrs. Lorene Kennedy, were Norma BOSS Br9WOF
S e Peterson Betty Jean Skipper


Audrey Brock, Linda Graham, and
Jennifer Knenedy.
Baptist WMU
The Highland View Baptist WMU
met at 3:00 p.m. with seven mem-
bers present, The prayer chairman,
Mrs. Lillie Richter 'opened the
meeting with the prayer calendar
followed by prayer. The mission


Airman and Mrs. Edward Weeks study chairman, Mrs. Roney, read
f o Alexandria Va are visiting hi Phil. 4:13-19 af-


Pvt. William S. Skipper left Sun- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Weeks and
day for Fort Dix, New Jersey, af- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Gay
ter having spent several weeks of Wewahitchka and Mrs. Weeks'
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Duval, Jr.,
G. W. Skipper. Pvt. Skipper is now and children here.
with the Engineers of the Fourth Mr. and Mrs. Chester Adams
Infantry Division. spent the day in Youngstown Sat-
,Mrs. J. L. Parker of Holt, and urday with friends.
her daughters, Janice and Faye, Little Miss Rhonda, Fay Nobles
were the week end guests of Mr. visited her grandparents for two
and Mrs. G. W. Skipper and Mr. weeks, Mr. and Mrs. W E. Bow-
and Mrs. W. V. Burke. doin of Samson, Ala.
Kenneth Skipper of Pensacola Party
spent Saturday night -and Sunday Mrs. Gracie Van Camp honored
with his parents, Mr. ana Mrs. G. her daughter, Joann with a birthday
W. Skipper. party on her 10th birthday Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Skipper and at lier home. Assisting Mrs. Van
sons Greg and Jeff of Panama City Camp with the party were Mrs.
spent the day Sunday with Mr. Chester Adams. Games were played
Skipper's parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. throughout the evening. Birthday
W. Skipper. cake and drinks and cookies were
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Nobles and served. Helping Joann celebrate
children visited Wednesday in were Ann Peak, Danny Dady, Di-
Samson, Ala. ,twih Mrs. Nobles' ane Dykes, Larry Branch, Andrew
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bow- and Charlie Lewis, Tommie Adams,
din. Ralie and Freddy Furney, Johnny
Dan Hatfield was called to Hart- and Jimmie Rogers, James Keels,
ford, Ala., due to the death of his Betty Bray, Ann Watson, Mary
sister, Mrs. Jack Mixon. Helen Sherry, Sue McCormick, eBt-
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Daniels and ty Creamer, Carolyn Peak, Forest
children spent the week end in Car- Van Camp, Hellen Peak, Danice
rabelle with Mrs. Daniels parents, and Dania Hill. Joanna received
Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and fam- many lovely gifts.
ily. Junior Girls attending the assoc-
Richard Lewis of Vernon spent national meeting in Highland Park,
Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday night from the Highland
L. H. Kelly. View Baptist Church with their
We welcome .to our community counsellors, Mrs. Ruth Graham and




Women!


Make your plans to attend the free showing

of the life-saving film .



"Time and


Two Women"


FEBRUARY 24 10.00 A.M.


at the PORT THEATRE




FOR WOMEN ONLY



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Wedding Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Bass, an-
nounce the marriage of their daugh-
ter, Paula Joan to Marine Sgt. Jer-
ry C. Brewer of Cherry Point, N.
C. Sgt. Brewer is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde Brewer of Rich-
mond, Ind. The couple were mar-
ried February 7 at Nahunta, Ga.
3Mrs. Brewer is a graduate of
Port St. Joe High School, and is
a student at Massy Business Col-
lege, Jacksonville. Sgt. Brewer is
a graduate of Richmond high school
and has served with the Marines
for the, past three years.
ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rev. G. D. Underhill, Vicar
Second 'Sunday -in Lent, Febru-
ary 22. 7:30 a.m., Celebration of
the Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a.m.,
Church School. 11:00 a.m. Morning
Prayer and sermon. 6:30 p.m. The
Episcopal Young Churchmen.
Monday, Feb. 23, 3:00 p.m. St.
Margaret's. Guild of the Episcopal
Women of St. James' will meet at
the home of Mrs. Silas R. Stone.
4:30 p.m. Confirmation Class for
youth.
Wednesday, Feb. 25, 7:30 p.m.
E':.intL prayer and sermon. The
Rev. David Damon, Rector of the
Church of the Holy Nativity of Pan-
ama City will deliver the sermon.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1959


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Teen's Nylon Slips ----- $2.95


Misses All Silk Dresses -$14.95

"Popular Prices for the Popular Sets"


tre which she gave two chapters of
the mission study book. The presi-
dent, Mrs. Harbuck dismissed the
group with prayer,
Junior G. A.
The Junior G. A.'s of the High-
land View Baptist Church met Mon-
day at 4:30. The meeting was call-
ed to order by Brenda Conley. The
devotional reading was taken from
Proverbs 16:16. We had seven pres-
ent for the meeting, The theme of
the lesson was "Hunting In Alas-
ka". We studied our forward steps
this week. Brenda Conley dismissed
the class with prayer.
'Norma Sue Peterson, Sec.
Baptist YWA
On Tuesday, February 3, the
Highland View Baptist YWA's at-
tended the Focus Week Banquet at
the First Baptist Church in Pan-
ama City. The girls enjoyed a very
nice banuqet and many funny skits,
and some nice guest speakers. The
main speaker was Mrs. James Sou-
therland. She gave a fine talk that
was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Roberts
and Mrs. Floydd took the girls over
there and the girls who attended
the banquet were Glynda Burke,
Boggle Kilbourne, Dot Asbelle, Va-
leria Roberts, Jeannett Armstrong
and Jo Ann Coker.
White Bible
The Highland View YWA gave
Miss Fayette McCormick a white
Bible service Wednesday night,
Fberuary 11, at the Highland View
Baptist Church. The girls involved
were the entire YWA. Mr. Price
and Al Schroeder were also pres-
ent. Miss Helen Richards played
the piano for the ceremony. It was
carried out by candlelight.
Banquet
The Highland View YWA was
entertained with a banquet at the
Highland View Baptist Church on
February 9. This was given by the
WMS of the Highland View Bap-
tist Church. The girls present were
Boggle Kilbourne, Jo Ann Coker,
Glynda Burke, Fayette McCormick.
Dot Asbelle, Jeanette Armstrong
and Valeria Roberts. The sponsors
are: Mrs., I.; h-i'H.ii-rii. :, Mr. Price,
Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Floydd.
Elaine Wood and Sara Cumbie ser-
ved. This was followed by the reg-
ular program on the topic of Alas-
ka and was enjoyed by all.

Long Avenue Circle 1
Meets With Mrs. Ferrell
Circle No. 1 of the Long Ave-
nue Baptist Church met in the
home of Mrs. Joe Ferrell on Tues-
day morning at 9:30 with eight
members present.
The theme of the program was
on "Alaska, the 49th State".
Each member took a part on the
program.
There will not be a meeting in
March due to the week of prayer.


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NOTICE
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
S.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, 1959 a new
complete set of registration books has been provided by the City
Commission for the re-registration and re--istration of all qualified
electors residing in the City linit-, of the City of Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida. Thei new REtgi-ctiton Books will "be open at the office of the
SCity Clr-ik 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 re-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.
: R. W. HENDERSON,
City Auditor and Clerk





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H H. Saunders Active On National

Water Pollution Study Group

A broad statement on water pol- Saunders explained, because epollu-
lution. policy was adopted by the tion abatement is considered by the
Mlississippi Valley Association at organization to be an essential and
its annual meeting ,in St. Louis in inseparable component of this na-
February. The statement, adopted tion's water resource management
by more than 1,500 convention re- program-fully as important as
gistrants from 32 states, declares dams to store water, channels to
that "America's water pollution make our streams navigable and
control program must recognize the conservation farming to prevent
multi-purpose nature oV our wa- erosion.
ter resources, Including the use of Other items covered by the As-
this nation's streams for the caryr- sociation's 1959 policy statement on
ing of treated wastes". It urges a water .pollution include requests that
balanced approach to the control Congress provide increased low wa-
of pollution, recognizing that many ter flow regulation on a non-reim-
interests share in the iuse of our bursable basis and that more funds
vital water resources, be appropriated for the study of
The Associaiton's pollution poll- salt water and alkali problems.
cy was written by a new, perman- The statement urges legislation
ent committee of the organization to permit faster amortization oft
which will also guide the Associa- industrial waste treatment-: facili-
tion in a continuing program to ties for tax purposes and greater
foster pollution control throughout freedom for private companies to
the 23 states drained by the Miss- build and operate treatment plants
issippi River and its tributaries, for public use.
That committee, chairmanned by- The Association strongly recom-


Wade W. Hollowell, Greenville,
Mississippi banker, consists of 22
men from Mississippi valley states.
The committee includes industry
leaders, local and state governmen-
tal officials and representatives of
other water resource ,organizations.
James R. Smith of Omaha, Vice
President of the Valley Associa-
tion, ha's .'been assigned staff re-
sponsibilities for the program. The
committee includes Harry H. Saun-
ders of the St. Joe Paper Company,
of Port St. Joe.
We are still in the exploratory
stage,. Mr. Saunders said, but we
know that our primary objective
will be to help develop greater pub-
lic awareness of the urgent need
for solving this nation's pollution
problems. We shall also try to a-
sist in preventing onerous federal
legislation which would put an im-
possible financial burden upon in-
dustries and municipalities.
The Mississippi Valley Associa-
tion is a 40-year-old, non-profit or-
ganization devoted, to fostering all
phases of water resource develop-
ment including flood control, navi-
gation, irrigation, domestic and in-
dustrial water supply, soil conser-
vation, recreation and incidental
hydroelectric power. It is supported
by business, industry and agricul-
ture throughout the 23 Mississippi
valley states. Offices are main-
tained in St. Louis, Omaha, Chica-
go, New Orleans, Kansas City and
Washington, D. C.
The Association has embarked on
a pollution control program, Mr.


mended that Congress appropriate
sufficient funds to the U. S. Pub-
lic Health Service to accelerate its
waiter control program and that the
various states encourage the activi-
ties of their own pollution control
agencies.
In addition to serving on the Pol-
lution Advisory Committee of the
Mississippi Valley Association, Mr.
Saunders has, for the past two
years been serving as a member
of the Committee on Industrial Wa-
ter Use, Pollution Abatement, Wild-
life and Recreation for the National
Rivers and Harbors Congress.

Troopers Patrol 6,589
Miles In Gulf In Jan.

The Highway Patrol troopers in
Gulf County patrolled 6,589 miles
during the month of January, -ac-
cording to their commanding-office
in Panama City.
While traveling these miles, he
two troopers in Gulf County worked
436 hours, making 19 arrests, issu-
ing 65 warnings for traffic viola-
tions and 53 correction cards for
faulty equipment with 112 pending
cases. The troopers investigated
two accidents with no injuries and
$2,050 damage and assisted 24
stranded motorists.
The Safety Officer in Gulf Coun-
ty gave 15 safety talks and 30 ra-
dio talks.
The Examined passed 30 motor-1
ists for drivers' license, 32 failed
with 14 incomplete.


rHE STAR, Port St. Joe, .Fla..
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1959

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If you have been a visitor in the
Elementary School, you can tell by
the colorful decorations and fold-
ers in the classrooms that Valen-
tine's Day will soon be here. All of
our boys and girls are anticipating
this day, for this is the time that
they will have 'their second and
also their last party for this year.
Each class will have their party
this Friday afternoon before school
is dismissed.
Mr. Huie's fifth grade will pre-
sent the chapel program this Thurs-
day. Their pi',:-raim will be about
a trip to Mars.
We now have a Glee Club at our
Elementary School which is com-
posed of boys and girls from grades
four through .six and which is now
meeting three times every week.
The Glee Club is working hard on
an Easter-program.
"Around the World In Music" will
be presented-eon February 27 for
the chapel program by brade. four
through six. The program will con.
sist of songs and dances from the



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So far, whenever our na-
tion's economy has- needed
expansion, a new industry
has. sprung up to help the-
country go ahead.
The automobile industry,
employing millions, was fol-
lowed closely by the develop-
ment of radio and radio
broadcasting' to make more-
millions of jobs. Then came
the airplane industry, air
conditioning, plastics, tele-.
vision, frozen foods, to
change our lives some more.
The trading stamp industry,
while not new, belongs to
this expansion group and has
been one of the fastest grow-
ing of all. Today it directly
benefits the living of the more
than 3 out of 4 Florida fami-
lies who save trading stamps.
Obviously, an industry af-
fecting such a large propor-
tion of Florida's population
must bring far-reaching ben-
fits for Florida's economy.
And it does. In 1957 the
trading stamp industry


bought $764,000 worth of
products from Florida's man-
tiffacturers. In one way or
another, it provided employ-
merit for 289 Florida people
'in many different industries.
The people in the trading
stamp, industry, its merchan-
dise and redemption stores,
its warehouses and transpor-
tation and all the activity that
goes on within it are helping
to develop Florida.
Thus it seems plain that
the trading stamp industry
along with the 913,800 Flor-
ida women it serves has be-
come, like other expansion
industries, a living, vital part
of our State's economy.





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THE STAR11......


Publluhed Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Fublisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor 'Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proot Reader
and Bookkeeper
DNE YEAR, $3,00 SIX MONTHS $1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABL- IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-elass matter, December 19, 1987, it the Postoffice, Port St, Joe,
Florida, under Act of llMarch 8, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In' case of error or omissions in AIdvertisements, the publlhersw
do not hold themselves liable for damage further thai amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word Is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly cojinlc.ee.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.

following countries: France, Swit- Achievement Ribbon from Detach-
zerland, Russia, Canada, South ment Sergeant Major, announces
America, the West Indies, China;, Major Charles Multop, assistant
Japan, .Egypt, Africa and America. professor of military science and
The public is invited to the 2:15 tactics.
presentation of this program. Wheaton's ROTC program ;is in
....--- its seventh year. Its 'enrollment this
S"year is the largest to date, regis-
ut Makes HonoRo I teriag 490 cadets. Seniors on Sum-
mer Camp maneuvers have consis-
Cadet Leon.tra C. Punt of the tently taken third and fourth places
Wh.:,-ito College ('Illinois) ROTC in 'competition with more than 30
Conti'.Cent has achieved -i'onor colleges and universities.
Roll statui.s (semester i. of 80) Punt is the son of Rev. and Mrs.
fur the first semester of 1958-59 H. M. Punt, 1008 Garrison Avenue,
school' year. He draws the Military Port St. Joe, Florida.,




Which Industry Now Betters


The Living of 3 Out Of 4


Florida Families?

.. ;e Are Some Surprising Facts Ab .i. he

Trading Stamp Industry






M.. nu. of Th The Financial Statement for the the accounts and records of the tWilliam Morrow & Co., Inc. 1Daffin Mere. Co., Sup. .......... 6.48
month of January was examined Board of Public Instruction as oft Supplies 1,84 Beaman Plumb. Serv., Sup. and
CAUNW l SCHOOL WARD and approved. June 30, 1958 was reported to the American Seat. Co., Sup ..... 70.56 'Service 7.50
The Nurses' and Sanitarian's re- Board of 'Public Instruction and or- Calif. Test Bureau, Sup. ........ 66.78 St. Joe Builders Sup. Co.,
port was examined and ordered dered filed as a part of the public PSJ 1Hi School, Refund on Supplies 5.87
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA fited. records of,this office, postage, etc. ..-..-......... 23.36 Whatley Typewriter Co., Serv.
S'February O, 1959 The Board decided not to parti- Moved by Pyle seconded by Roe- PSI Elem. School, ............ 13.24 and Supplies ....---------...........8.00
The Board of Public Instruction, cipate in the state pooling of 'bids mer to Instruct bus drivers to use' Sears, Roebuck & Co., Sup. .. 6.90 Lonnie Smith, Labor 31.50
Gulf County, Florida, met on the for school buses in 1959. their judgment on rainy days to go Wewa Plumb, & Heat. Co., Wall Elec. Co., Sup. ......... .00
above date In Regular Session, with H. F. Ayers met with the Board off of the regular route to pick up Bottle Rent 2.00 Andy's Welding Repair, Sup. 4.00
the following present and acting; to discuss his salary as director of and deliver children until a survey Thompson Appl. Co., Sup .... 11.94 Bill's Plumb. Serv., Sup.... -- 15.00
Joheph K. Whitfield, Chairman, the Adult and Veteran School. can ,be made for rain shelters at Suwannee Store, Sup. ...... 18.74 Superior Dry Clean., Serv .... -- 72.65
Carter Ward, C. E. Boyer, Otis Pyle 'Moved by Pyle seconded by Roe. designated locations in the county. J W Pepper & Son, Inc., Eup. 21.16 St. Joe Hard. Co, Sup. ......- 225.91
and William Roemer, members. mer to table the above for future The Superintendent was instruct-' C & G Sport Goods., Sup. 194.50 Gulf Hard. & Sup. Co., Sup .. .86
The Superintendent was present study. All voted YES. ed to write the State Department of iThels Dup. Prod., Inc., Sup. 14.08 Remsco, Inc., Sup. ..--.........-------... 37.75
and acting. Report No. 4890 on the audit of Education for a School Plant Sur- All-Fla. School iSup. Co., Sup 145.02 Blue Bird Body Co., Sup. 28.21
vey for Gulf County. Brodhead Garrett Co., Sup. 140.00 Hoover Herrington, Refund on
M There being no further business Society for Visual Educ., Inc. ibill for school ................. ----------10.00
to come before them they did ad- (Supplies 9.21 Lyons Band Inst. Co.,
RADIATORS* REPAIRED and RECORED journ to meet again In Regular Ses- Keenan Welding Sup. Co., Sup. Supplies 125.91
AIA CLEANED, FLUSHED sion on March 3, 1'959. 19.35 Westron Corp., .Sup.......... --. 238.36
N ATTEST: West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co., A. C. Littleton, Inc., Serv. and
Supplies 257.60 Supplies 410.2
STARTERS and GENERATORS JS^::&ys^ g ', Wood for Wau. Yo o0 41 2
Thomas A. Owens, Superintendent Jesse Dawson, Wood for Wash. Rish's Serv. Sta., 'Tire -Serv. 2.00
STARTERS and 'GENERATORS Joseph K. Whitfield, Chairman School S90.00 St. Joe Mtr. Co., ,Sup. 8.3- -
REPAfRED and EXCHANGED LIST OF EXPENDITURES FOR Connell Water Works, Water for Wimberly Pontiac Co, Serv. and
THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 1959 Wewa School .-............. 30.00 Supplies 89.08
SE Gulf County Breeze, Sup. $7.50 Gulf Coast Elec, Coop., Inc., Elec. T & W Tire Recap. Co., Inc.,
Fan's Flowers, Flowers2..... 1.95 Energy for Wewa Schools Services on Tires ..-------.... 61.61
P Fla. Assn. of Co. Supt., Fees .. 37.50 Fla. Power -Corp., Elec. Energy for Supplies 324.84
i Phone IAI 7-9291 223 Monument Ave. H. W. Wilson Co., Sup. 8.00 'PSW Schools -------- 936.68 Smith's Pharmacy, Sup. ------7.22
Phone All 7-9291 223 Monument Ave. chmitt, Hall Q McCreary Co City of Port St. Joe, Wateoror I Gulf Drug Co., Sup. --------25.12
Supplies 23.14 P5S' Schools 40.29 John Land, Haul. Sup- ..------... 60,00
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1959
MR&R Truck. Co., Freight .... 3.00 St. Joe, Florida, this the 2nd day
Gulf Co. Ins. Agey., Ins. .... 155.00 of February, 1959.
Royal McBee Corp., Sup. --__ 180.00 /a/ W. L. FITZPATRICK
Americana Corp., Sup..-------....... 15.00 Judge of the Circuit Court ot
A C McClurg & Co., Sup ....- 41.74 the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit
E M Hale & Co., Sup ...... 298.56 of Florida in and for Gulf
Roy E. Cox, Books sold to Wash. County. St-2-S
Library 29.25
St. Joseph Tel. & Tel. Co. (in sad but loving emory of
Services r84.44 (In sad but loving -mm~ry of
Wewa Hdwe. Co., Sup. 461.56 Earl Hobaugh, who passed away
Gulf Oil Prod., Sup ... 2,397.52 fours ago, 'February 5, 1955)
Standard Oil Co., Sup. ..... 99.22 The month of February again is
Motor Vehicle Com., Bus Tags here,
27.00 The saddest month of all the year
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, For it was on that day
14th JUDICIAL CIROUIT IN That you passed away.
AND FOR GULF COUNTY, The flowers I place upon your
FLORIDA. grave
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, a )
Municipality in the County of ) May wither and decay,
Gulf, 'State of Florida, ) But the love of you will never
Petitioner, ) fade away
VS.TATE FLORIDA, and the ) Memories are something no one
STATE OF FLORIDA, and the )
Tax-payers, Property Owners ) can steal
and Citizens of the City of ) Death is a heartache no one can
Port St. Joe, including non- ) heal
residents owning property or ) Some have forgotten that you
subject to taxation therein, )
Respondents. ) are gone
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE But I'll remember no matter 'how
TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA, long.
THROUGH THE STATE ATTOR- Sadly missed by wife.
NEY FOR THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 'SAID ANN HOBAUGH
STATE, THE SEVERAL PROPER-
TY OWNERS, TAXPAYERS, OITI- Visit in Alabama
ZENS AND OTHERS HAVING OR
CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE O Mr. and Mrs. Emmette Daniell
OR 'INTEREST IN PROPERTY TO visited- with their daughter and
BE AFFECTED BY THE ISSU- family, Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Kanne-
ANCE BY THE CITY OF PORT berg in, Bruwton, Ala., last week
ST. JOE, FLORIDA, OF BONDS
HEREINAFTER MORE PARTICU- end.
LARLY DESCRIBED, OR TO BE
AFFECTED IN ANY WAY THERE-
BY:
You and each of you are hereby Don't Throw Your Old
required to- appear on the 27th day
of February, 1959, at 10 o'clock A. Shoes Away ..
M. before the Circuit Court of Gulf Bring them to us and let ue
County, Florida, at the office of the fix them like now.
Circuit Judge in the City Hall in r i l i Ap U
Port St. Joe, Florida, and show U A N
cause why the prayer of the Peti-
tion filed in the above entitled pro-
ceeding should not be granted and So R ai
the bonds therein described and 225 REID AVE.
the proceedings authorizing the is-
suance thereof, validated and con-
firmed, said bonds consisting of
Fifty-five Thousand Dollars ($55,- LISTEN TO
000.00) Hospital Revenue Bonds of
1958, dated August 1, 1958, matur- T A ftI Hour
ing serially on August 1 of each of The Baptist Hour
the years 1973 to 1976, both Inclu- EACH SUNDAY'- 4:00 P.M.
sive, bearing interest, payable semi-
annually at such rate as shall be Over Radio Station
determined upon the sale thereof,
not in excess of six per centum IJ E
(6%) per annum, a more particu- J
lar description of said bonds being
contained in the Petition filed in 1570 On Your Dial
this proceeding.
DONE AND ORDERED at Port


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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Paster
S SUNDAY SCHOOL 94S A.M. <
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:39 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M.
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St Joe, Florida
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 1100 a.m.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:15 p.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.


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it's DIFFERENT! Shop Piggly Wiggly and see for yourself!
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ery 9 -Bone STEAK b.89 C U
Sirloin STEAK lb. 79c
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Ocean Spray
Cranberry Sauce --.- No. 303 25c
Mueller 8 Oz.
Elbow Macaroni -.-- 2 for 29c
Mueller 8 Oz.
Reg. Spaghetti -------2 for 29c
Palmolive Soap ----.... 3 reg. 29c
Palmolive Soap -----... 2 bath 29c
Cashmere Bouquet
SOAP 3 reg. 29c
Cashmere Bouquet
SOAP 2 for 29c


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AD Lge. 37c
Octagon SOAP --- Laundry 10c
Ajax Cleanser --.- 2 Reg. 33c
Vel Liquid Reg. 41c
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NEXT TO BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE


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Westinghouse Automatic Percolator Manning Bowman 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
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NORGE GENERAL ELECTRIC MOTOROLA ZENITH TV SPEED QUEEN WASHERS BERKLEY WATER PUMPS
KELVINATOR HOTPOINT RCA VICTOR SYLVANIA TV BLACKSTONE WASHERS
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Sponsored In Cooperation With Florida Power
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FRIGIDAIRE NORGE HOTPOINT


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and Appliance Company
KELVINATOR


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. Of $9,305,000 For Year of 1958


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Pictured above are Evangelist and Mrs. Hollis Peterson and their twin sons. They will con-
duct revival services at the Oak Grove Assembly of God Church beginning Sunday, Feb. 22.


NEWS FROM

OAK GROVE
By EVELYN SHEALY

Pete McFarland of Blountstown.
visited his brother, Everette Mc-
Farland on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs J. L. Wilson of En-
terprise, Alabama, visited with
their son, W. C. Yilson and family
on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wilson .jf En-
terprise, .Alabama, spent Sunday
with the former's brother, W. C.
Wilson and his family.
W. C. Wilson is at home after
spending two months working in
Baltimore. 'Maryland. We welcome
him back.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and
daughters Treva, Geraldine and
Sherry spent Sunday in Perry with
Mr. Campbell's mother, Mrs. Ma-
mie Campbell.
Chesley Hall spent a few days
with his brother, Cleveland Hall.
Mrs. J. B. 'Ketchum of Ma:rianna
and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ketchum,
Jr.. of Washington. D C. visited
Mr and Mrs. Cleveland Hall on
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Haskin and
daughter Miss Peggy Haskin spent
Saturday in Panama City.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Edwards of
White City visited Mr. and Mrs.


former Miss Verna Mahon, young-
,.it daughter of Mr. Mahon.,
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Elliott. ac-
rompani.d by their son, Ralph, and
Miss Gale Anderson, visited Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Elliot in Panama
City on Sunday.
Rev. Allan Norris and family of
Apalachicola attended the funeral
service for Mr. Kay in Oak Grove
on Saturday.
Mrs. W. F. Knight has returned
t,. her h,mie in Cross City, after an
extended cilt 'here with her son,
Glean Knight, and her daughter,
Mrs. J T. Campbell and their fam-
ilies.
Mr and Mrs. Dan Creamer -visit-
ed 'Hubert Kizer and family in
White City Sunday.
The following people completed
the study course, which was held,
last week. in the church. They were
awarded certificates: Misses La-
verne Glais. Melba Butts, Carol
Miller.IT Mrs. Ray Lavelle, Mrs. Inez
Glass, Mrs. 'Faye Gardner, Mrs.
Pippii's and Mrs. Gilliland. Herman
Stripliug, Ernest Lightfoot, Ray
Brant. Kenneth Ellis, Ben Corbin
i.nd Rnv. Gillilanid.
Revival at Church
A Revival meeting will begin
Sunday eveuniLg at the Ase-inbly of
God Church in Oak Grove. Brother
Peterson from Texas is the evan-
gelist. Both he and his wife are
talented musicians. Everyone is


E. Haskin on Sunday. jI:ordially invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Willys Lipford of 4(
Greenwood, visited the latter's par-
ents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall Ads*
on Sunday. ClassifiedA s
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberts of Fort
Walton Beach -visited Charlie Ma- GET RESULTS
hon on Sunday. Mrs. Roberts is the

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


CARD OF THANKS


W.' wish to ,inc:-r.-ly expr-'s, our
heartfelt thinks for the many kind
deeds, cards and flowers sent to
us during the recent llnes sand
death of our beloved mother, Mrs.
Katie Austin' and to Dr. Wayne
Hendrix and Mrs. McLane and he
staff of the Municipal Hospital for
their extremely fine care. May God
bless each one.
Family of Mrs. Austin
Mrs. Thelma Marshall'
Mrs. Gene Fowler
Mrs. Verna Jernigan
Mrs. Joe Chonen
Mrs. Albert Neal




The line for '59

l GALE BUCCANEER
outboard motors
In the great new line of six fine out-
boards, you're sure to find one that
suits your purse and purpose. Here are
three examples Stop in today arid see
them all.
5 HP GALE ,
BUCCANEER

$235
Remote 44 gallon fuel tank guaran.
tees extra cruising mileage. Easy to
stow into cartrunk-weighs only 51 Ibs.
25 HP GALE i
BUCCANEER
Electric
Starting

$56800
Key switch .gnitlon' T,o p.to-bottom
silencing! Adaptable to remote con.
trolst Power for every purpose I
35 HP GALE
SOVEREIGN I

$60800
Really the sovereign of the seas. A
gleaming beauty in black and surf
white. Thrilling speed and power. Key
ignition starting. Generator kit and re-
note controls available.


C. W. LONG
Authorized Dealer
WESTERN AUTO


In his report to 'stuckliuldei'-.
Theodore Marvin, president, referr-
ed to the company's new seawater
magnesia plant which is being con-
structed at Port St. Joe. "The en-
tire cost of the new plant has been



James' Gems..
by JAMES STAFFORD


v1" lit' NeXT ouSI'm60O T4


City Restaurant

At the Bus Station


HOT DOGS
6 for $1.00

HAMBURGERS
5 for $1.00


completely covered by outside fi-
nancing," said Mr. Marvin. "In rare
earths", he continued, "there was
a decided increase in i ii-t ic in-
eestigation which indicates wider
markets for those interesting com-
pounds and metals. Pharmaceutical
intermediates reached a nc.w sales
peak in 1958."
Research developments and in-
:cr eain ,,g use of hrmrnine and bhru-


SAINT LOUIS, MICH.-Michigan
Chemical Corporation reported net
sales of $9,305,000 for 1958, only
slightly under its all-time record of
S$9,571,000 In 1957. Profits, i.,.' ..r .
were seriously affected by a strike,
by hite closing of the corporation'%
DDT business, and by a curtailment
in government rare earth produc-
tion.
Net income for the year amount-
ed to $3,68,000 against $753,000 for'
1958 or a 1958 earning of.$0151 a
share on the average number of
shares compared to $1.09 for the
previous year.
Working capital of 1..0t;5.110ui' in-
creased 3% over 1957. The- 1P58,
Amount included $3,806,000 of cash
and U. S. Government securities.'
There was a current assets-curreni
liabilities ratio of 4.2. Cash genera-
tion for the year amounted to $1,-
238,000 or $1.69 a share of outstand-
ing stock.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.

GtLests of the club were Nelson
Hall' of the Key Club; Ralph Nor-
man, Monticello; Byron Potty, Pan-
ama City and Guy Middleton, of
Port St. Joe.

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
It pays to advertise try it


FILL DIRT

LESS THAN 10 LOADS $4.50 per load
10 LOADS or MORE $4.00 per load


LESS BUILDER'S SAND
LESS THAN 10 CUBIC YARDS $3.50 per cu. yd.
10 CUBIC YARDS or MORE $3.25 per cu. yd.


Truck Rental and Dozer Rental -


S Tractor with Harrow and Tiller $5.00 per hr.


GRAVEL

10 CUBIC YARD LOADS $7.50 per cu. yd.
In- Radius of Three Miles of Port St. Joe




G I Duren Co., Inc.


P I or I2 2 Pr St oe Florida


Biscajjan' '-Duv.r Seduit shows the Fieltcr Body bealriy of Chlte'rohsl's luiv(sl jricd 'ries for '59.


fore miles are back in a gallon. of regular-grade,
pas-ulp to 10% more-and Chevy's new Hi-Thrift
6 engine puts them there, t. also gives you more
"git" in the speeds you drive the most,
Here's an engine that always seems able to coax extra
miles out of a tank of regular-grade gas. In fact, if you're
one of those drivers who keep tab on things like gas
mileage, you'll soon see for yourself that this new Hi-
Thrift 6 gets up to 10% more miles a gallon...


extra pep it gives you for passing and climbing hills. .a.is
is due to higher torque at normal speeds.
It may be hard to believe anything that looks and
moves like this '59 Chevy can be such a stickler for
economy. But-whether you pick the Hi-Thrift 6 or a
vim-packed V8-this is just
one more reason Chevy's
the car that's wanted for all CIIEVIZOLET
its worth. Stop by your


Another thing you'll like about this 135-h.p. 6 is the dealer's and see.


The smart switch is to the '59 Chevy!


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


FLOYD CHEVROLET Co.
PHONE BAIf 7-2221 401 WILLIAMS AVE. Port at. Joe, Plm.


L LAUNDRY

and DRY CLEANERS

107 SECOND STREET

TELEPHONE 7-5996 for PICK-UP and DELIVERY


'1i".ry and Wet Wash Laundry

00h1ylete Lry Cleaning Service
Owned and Operated by

Drew B. Hall and A. H. Fletcher


m i n e compounds by Michigan
Chemical and its customers prob-
ably will require enlarging of the
companyls joint-venture bromiine-
plant at El Dorado, Arkansas be-
fore the end of 1959.
Concerning the future, Mr. Mar-
vin said, "With long-range plans
f ii.,il.rd for4 the next six years,
your company expect,:. to continue
its active program of expansion
through 1959." These plans will be
implemented by the company's re-
--.ir,..l activitie- which in 1958 were
'at an all-time high level.
There was considerable growth
in the number of individual stock-
holders of Michigan Chemical Cor-
poration during 1958 with an in-
crease to 1981 from 1309 a year ago.


Last Week's

Kiwanis Meeting

Mark Frimodeg, manager of the
Michigan Chemical Company ex-
plained something of the operation
of this new industry to Port St. Joe
to the Kiwanis Club at their meet-'
ing Tuesday.
The prime funct;un of the plant
will be to extrat 'uagnesiuem-,:xide
from sea water. He said that Port
St. Joe was an ideal locationn for
this type operation. due to th- high
salinity content of the bay water.
The company will use .sidell to
get a source of lime. which they
will miix with sea water to extract
the chemical. The system contains
a number of large settling tanks
which are -used to settle the chem-
ical out of tlire- ivnt.-i with le lime
carrier. T'.' c ni,.i', %%i pump
in 15,000 3all-jis of sea water a
minute from which they will ex-
tract I.,." tons of the raw material
a day.
Frimodeg said that the market is
,goud for their product, and that the
luocal plant is being built to exiaud
Sixth little outlay. He said that the
market now looks as if they will
begin to expand shortly-i",-.ibly
ly tli timie th--y get Irnto operation
nt AugU-List ,f this year.


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HmI STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1959

Miss Armstrong Is Elementary School
Honored With Shower Lunch Room Menu


'Miss Bonnie Armstrong was the
honored guest at a bridal shower
given for her Monday, February 16
in the White City Community
Building.
Miss Armstrong radiant in a
white sheath dress with a pink ca-
mellia corsage and her mother re-
ceived the guests at the bride's
table, beautifully decorated with
a bride's doll surrounded with mag-
nolia leaves and red camellias.
The many beautiful and useful
gifts were displayed on a table cov-
ered with a white cloth decorated
with red camellias.
Hostesses for the occasion were,
Mesdames Alton Hardy, Cecil Lun-
dy, Raymond Hightower, Tee Hicks
Drexel LLundy, Ernest Antley and
Homer Echols.

First Baptist WMU
Meets At Church
The WMU of the First Baptist
Church met at the church Monday
afternoon at 3:00 p.m. for their
monthly mission study program
with 28 members present.
The devotional was brought by
Mrs. Wesley Ramsey taken from
Daniel 12:3.
The meeting began with a solo
by Mrs. J. D. Ellis accompanied by
Mrs. W. 0. Nichols at the piano.
Her song was, "Lord, Some Soul
For Thee".
Mrs. W. M. Chafin began teach-
ing the mission book, "Some Ways
of Witnessing".
Those on the program were Mrs.
W. 0. Nichols, Mrs. C. E. Martin,
Mrs. J. 0 Baggett, Mrs Edwin
Johnson, Mrs. Otis Pyle and Mrs.
L. W. Cox.
The meeting was dismissed with
prayer by rMs. Sara Smith.
All WM'U members of the First
Baptist Church are urged to attend
the mission study at the church to
finish this book, next Monday at
3:00 p.m.
Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Dolan of Den-
ver, Colorado (formerly Miss Bar-
bara Sykes) announce the birth of
a son, Patrick Joseph on January
21 in a Denver hospital.


Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, February 23
Beef and. brown gravy, rice, Eng-
lish peas, cherry pie, white bread
and. milk.
Tuesday, February 24
Hot dogs, buttered corn, cabbage
siaw, grapefruit sections and milk.
Wednesday, February 25 "
Sifma beans, spiced ham slices,
lettuce and tomato salad, hot bis-
cuits ,and grape jelly, wheat bread
and milk.
Thursday, February 26
Liver and gravy, mashed pota-
toes, snap beans, cookies, white
bread and milk.
Friday, February 27
Fresh fish, buttered grits, ab-
bage slaw, beets, fruit jello, white
bread and milk.

Jehovah Witnesses
Attend Convention
1,131 Jehovah's Witnessse, gath-
ered in convention at Pensacola's
Grotto Hall, were told Sunday af-
ternoon that "Prophetic promises
in the Bible point us to an earth
ruled over by God's government,
th 'Kingdom of Heavens' and he
climax of trouble which began in
1914 is evidence we are in the 'last
days' of the corrupt world and are
nearing the glorious new world!"
The speaker was J. W. Filson,
district supervisor for the group in
their final session. Referring to
Jesus' prophecy that witnesses
would be raised up at this crucial
time who would announce Jeho-
vah's Kingdom just prior to the
old world's end, he pointed out that
"Jehovah's Witnesses, feeling keen-
ly the responsibility thus falling
upon Christians, have gone all-out
to carry this important news of
God's Kingdom to all the earth,
reaching in 1958, 175 countries, is-
lands of the seas, provinces, colo-
nies, etc. They have done exhaus-
tive research in scripture and con-
temporary news leading them to
the conclusion that life in para-
dise is soon to be realized by those
of this generation who serve God."
Attending the convention from
Port St. Joe were Miss Lottie Hall,
resident missionary and Mrs. Helen
Sweet.


$40.00


In Cash

To be Given Away Sat., Feb. 21
At 6:30 P.M.
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. 19, 20 and 21


WSCS Circle 4

Met Monday
Circle No. 4 of the First Metho-
dist WSCS met at the home of Mrs.
J. Lamar Miller at 9:30 Monday.
Mrs. J. L. Temple, chairman, op-
ened the meeting with Mrs. Ed
Ramsey in charge of the program
who presented ithe devotional and
highlights from the book of Isaiah,
Mrs. Jake Belin led prayer fol-
lowed by the program. Those tak-
ing part on the prorgam, "The Call
to Witness" were: Mrs. Robert
King, Mrs. John Drew, Mrs. Ed
Ramsey, Mrs. Joe Hendrix, Mrs.
Joe Sharit and Mrs. J. L. Temple.
A short business session was held
with reports from the secretary,
the treasurer. ,
Refreshments were served to
nine members. The meeting was
closed with the WSCS benediction.

Mrs. Jones Hostess

To Circle No. 1
Circle No. 1 of the Methodist
WSCS met Monday afternoon with
Mrs. Morgan Jones, Jr., with six
members and one visitor, Mrs. W.
D. Jones, the WSCS president.
Mrs. H. Adams was in charge
of the worship program. Scripture
was taken from 1 Cor. 12:20 and
27-31.
The theme of the program was,
'Deep Church Roots", taken from
The Methodist Woman. Mrs. R. A.
Swatts gave a short talk and ex-
plained the music, art and poetry.
prayer and symbolism of religion
and the importance of each.
A short business session was con-
ducted following 'the program.
The hostess served delicious re-
freshments to Mesdames 0. 1M.
Taylor, H. R. Adams, R. A. Swatts,
H. T. Brinson, Fennon Tallye and
W. D. Jones.
The meeting was closed with the
WSCS benediction.
Visit In Ft. Walton Beach
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jackson and
daughters, Connie and Dale visit-
ed relatives in Fort Walton Beach
Saturday and Sunday.
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


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No. 10 Jug Cottonseed

OIL


1.15


Limit 1 with $5.00 Order
Ga. and Ala. Grade 'A' Medium

EGGSE 2 doz. 89c
EGG 2doz.g.$1

5 Lb. Domino

SUGAR 39c
Limit 5 Lbs. with $5.00 Order or More
Wisconsin Hoop LB.

CHEESE 49c
Borden's Puffin and Betty Crocker 5 for

BISCUITS 49c
Limit 10 F r '

No. 5 Jug PURE
PURE LARD 49c
No. 10 Jug PURE
PURE LARD 98c


Copeland's Hickory Smoked SLAB
Half or Whole


35c
Whole


Lake Talquin Thick Sliced 2 LBS.

BACON 89c
Strickland Pure Pork Smoked LB.

Sausage 55c
Small Meaty Spare LB.

RIBS 45o


12 OZ.

39c


Limit 3 Pkgs. to a Customer
Ga. and Ala. Grade 'A', 1% to 2% LB. Avg.

FRYERS

2 For
$1.00LIMIT 2 AT SALE PRICE
LIMIT 2 AT SALE PRICE


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STARTS

THURSDAY

FEBRUARY 19

8:30 P.M.


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


4 GREAT

BARGAIN

DAYS

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Here's an eyebrow lifter for Mrs. Sew and Sew Crisp New
Drip and Dry

COTTON PRINTS 3 yds.: .o
Bright spring and summer patterns. Better hurry!


Best Buys Dollar Days!
Just unpacked Men's Spring
and Summer
DRESS PANTS


-- Record Buys In New, Quality Merchandise --
NEW Fancy Plaids and Prints MEN'S

R SHIRTS -- 2 for $3.00


Choose from Short or
Save 25%


New Spring colors now here!
First quality, full fashioned


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Another unbeatable buyl
Fine Feathers Finer


Pr. _
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denier, 66 ga. knee length hose,
too.

Evxcellent quality 36"
unbleached

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Save 45c on this $ Day Feature

A "Wipe 'em dry" Dollar Days
Scoop .. Heavy Terry 24x48
T 0 W E I L
2forLS
A $1 value some slightly
IJ soiled (duLst)
I Whle they last! Lovely bath


New Spring and Summer styles
MEN'S
Oxfords and

LOAFERS
Pr. _5 0.
Boy's Sizes 3 to 6
Genuine leather uppers in black,
brown, black and white or brown
and white. All sizes.


A Reckless Boyles sell-out.
Broken sizes and styles

for Miss and Mrs.
Values to $6.00

Values to $10.00

Sizes 4 to 16
Includes black and brown lea-
thers, suedes and patents in Na-
tural Bridge, Trim Tred and
Fashion Fair. High and medium
heels .. Narrow and medium
widths.
Sizes 4 to 9

Two terrific value groups
In Flats

Group No. 1
2 -,s P
Group No. 2
2 *Y. t5 0
Smart styles in black, brown,
red and what have you Save
25% Dollar Days on 2 pairs.


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Amazing for Dollar Daysl
DRESSES


for Juniors, Misses and Women
New Spring styles in sparkling cot-
tons by Pat Perkins, Carol Rodgers,
and Jolly Juniors All better
Dresses reduced for Dollar Days.

Smashing Savings!
Bright, new '59 styles
SKIRTS


$2
Lovely, practical drip and dry
cottons in sizes 22 to 38. A real
smasher!
A surprise group" of new
Cotton Blouses --ea. $1.00
Simply unbeatable quality and
value

TERRIFIC SAVINGS!
Check this Triple Dollar Days Buy
In New '59
HANDBAGS
THRILLER NO. 1

$$1
THRILLER NO. 2

$2
THRILLER NO. 3

$3
(Fed. and State Tax Included)
You'll say: "How can Boyles do it?"
Shining new patents, attractive,
durable plastics. Airy, light, cheer-
ful straws in black, white, navy and
colors. It'll be a sellout

Jubilee Values $ Days
A thrilling group for Dollar Days
Kate Greenaway Girls
DRESSES
Reg. $1.95
Now 2 for $3.00
Reg. $2.95
Now $2.00
Reg. $8.95
Now 2 for $5.00


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CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house, St. Joe Beach. $55 per mo.
Phone 7-7521 or see Bill Carver. 2t
FOR RENT: Furnished cottage at
Beacon Hill. Reasonable. See Si-
las R. Stone or phone 7-7161. tet

FOR RENT: Five room unfurnish-
ed house at 301 Wosdward Aye.
$3S5.00 per month. Call Ben Dickens
-t BAll 7-2281. tlac.11
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
I. D. Clark or Call 7-7771 after 4
p.m. or week ends,
FOR RENT: Four room cottage,
furnished. $35 per month. Phone
7-2520. Located at St. Joe Beach.
FOR RENT: Apartment, furnished
or unfurnished. Call or see Mrs.
Paul Farmer in Oak Grove, Phone
7-2565. tfc-1-15
FOR RENT: House on 13th Street.
Good location. Phone 9-1291. 4t
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
room apartment. 617 Woodward
Ave. Call oene Holley, Phone Tal-
lahassee 3-2626. 2te
FOR RENT: 1 and 2 bedroom ap-
artments. Furnished or unfurnish-
ed. Call 7-3746. Mrs. J. S. Shirey.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom, living
room, kitchenette and bath. Far
nished. Four mi. south of St. Joe
on Highway 30. Phone 9-1195. +1c
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 RENT: Small house suitable
for couple only or r one small
child. 515 Third St.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed apartment. Upstairs. $39.00, in-
cludes water. Mrs. McKeithen. Pho.
7-G864. tfc-2-19


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. Cll 9-1137. Lfc-1,29
FOR SALE: 4 room house and lot
in Highland View on 7th St. See
H. F; Brock. 2tp
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house
on Monument Ave See Kenneth
Oreech. tfc-2-19
SEWING and alterations. Expert
work, reasonable prices. Phone
7-31S1. tfc-2-19


Father of Local Woman crumbling in. Smith said that with- ':iaLberI.. hip in this area, they are Visit in Tallahassee
r of L l Woman the next tw o three months'still seeking new members. Direc- Mrs. C. L. Costin and Mrs. R. H.
FOR SALE Dies In Pamama City some piling would be put in place tor Pat Shannon is in charge of this Brinon visited Mrs. -illiam Lew-
A two bedroom house with oak so that the basin could be used by project and is expected to push is Monday. Mrs. Lewis is a patient
floors. Less than two years old. On
78 by 150 foot lot. This well con- Funeral services for Eldred Er- boats. The Club is currently in a the membership of the Club. An- at the W. T. Edwards Hospital in
structed house to sell for $10,800. nest Van Horn, 77, who died Thurs- financial drive to secure enough nual dues of the organization is Tallahassee and will be remem-
Only $650 down plus closing cost- day at 3:00 p.m. in the Pine View,money to go ahead and finish the $5.00. Any person, whether or. not bered as the daughter of George
A large three bedroom house on Manor Rest Home in Panama City project, they ave a boat, is eligible to Johnson.
two lots at corner of 16th St. and n Whle the Boat Club has a large jon the clubohnson.
Monument Avenue. To sell for only was held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in While the Boat Club has a large join the club.
$9,500. Terms to be arranged. the First Baptist Church of Lynn --m m s La l *. -- -----
A completely new two bedroom Haven. --
house at White City. Includes wa-
ter heater, 125 ft. well, Fairbanks- Clergymen officiating were the j- ---
Morse pump, Youngstown kitchenRe.HETh a,..Gm rn
plumbed for washing machine. Pric and J. W. DuBose. Interment was A ll ..-- ,
ed to sell for $4,500. In the Lynn Haven Cemetery.
FRANK HANNON Mr. Van Horn was a native of.

Ph. BAll 7-3491 221 RidAve. lunnya Kansas, but had lived


COASTAL REALTY COMPANY
WILLIAM J. IRISH, Broker
6 RUTH C. SOULE, Salesman
Phone BAll 7-4051

FOR SALE
3 bedroom house conveniently lo-
cated near Elementary School and
church. Oak floors, asbestos siding,
on lot 50 x 170 Reasonably priced.
New houses on Westcott Circle.
FHA approved, low down payment.
2 lots at Marvin and 10th, 75 x
175, $1,600. -
FOR RENT
Office space, in Costin Building,
116 Monument Avenue.
FOR SALE: House and six lots at
White City. Write E. D. Brooks,
Box 28, Bristol. 2tp
PIANO TUNING and REPAIRS:
Factory trained technician. Over
40 years experience, means expert
work. Prices right. Bert Lawrence,
Phone BAll 9-1491.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
MAN OR WOMAN
Responsible person from this area,
to service and collect from electric
cigartete dispensers. No selling.
Car, references, and $673.50 to
$2245.00 investment necessary. 7 to
12 hours weekly nets excellent
monthly income. Possible full-time
work. For local interview give
phone and particulars. Write In-
ternational Sales and Mfg. Co., of
New Orleans, Inc., P. O. Box 7351,
New Orleans 22, La.

FOR SALE
House at White City. Good con-
dition. Pay owner's equity.
3 bedroom 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

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
In Re: Estate of
T. A. SAUNDERS,
defeated.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS


1 h.inlr6 IR vu

on Your Lot

Payments Less Than Rentl

NO PAYMENT TILL

APRIL 15th
The "BRENTWOOD"


1$53


Per EModl
Payments
Include
Interest
At 6%


OPEN 8:00 A.M. TILL-APPOINTMENTS ANYTIME

BEVIS CONSTRUCTION CO. INC.
B B "-Florida's Oldest Builder of Shell Homes'
3410 EAST HIGHWAY 98 PANAMA CITY, FLA.
PHONE SUnset 5.7892

For A Limited Time -
Bevis will furnish material to finish your home and finance. For
free Information write Box 798, :Panama City or call, collect, SUn-
set 5-7892 and we will have a representative come to see you.
ACT NOWI This offer may end at any time.


ST. JOE'S STORE of QUALITY

3rd ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
OVER $200.00 IN FREE PRIZES
GRAND PRIZE-CUSTOM TAILORED SUIT Value $79.60
(for Man or Woman)
20 PRIZES GIVEN AWAY FREE
DRAWING APRIL 4-5:30 P.M.
'Register each time you visit STONES'-Do it now-4Bonus
registrations for each $1.00 you spend at STONE'S or pay
on account.


Visit in Chlpley
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Martin visit-
ed this past week end with friends
in Chipley.

Send The STAR To A Friend

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
Advertising doesn't oost-it PAY*


emost of his lirfe in 5ay tUh LUnY. te e
was a charter member of IOOF
Lodge in Lynn Haven and a mem-
ber of the Methodist Church.
He is survived by four daugh-
ters, Mrs. Bert Munn, Port St. Joe;
Mrs. Alvin McKinnon, Pensacola;
Mrs. Charles Teague, Fort Walton
Beach and Mrs. Luidy Houston,
Bastrop, La.; three sons, Robert
Charles of Lynn Haven; Jimmy E.
of Richmond, Va., and Donald C.
of Boston, Mass.; one sister, Mrs.
Annie Hodson, Chipley and one bro-
ther, B. V. Van Horn of Richmond,
Va.


Boat Club Names

New Officers for '59

The St. Joe Boat Club this week
announced the election of new offi-
cers to serve that organization for
the coming year. Elected to head
the group in the office of Commo-
dore is John Robert Smith, long
an active worker in- the Club. Oth-
er officers elected were J. Lamar
Miller, Vice-Commodore, Bill Cow-
den, Secretary-Treasurer; Dr. Bill
Wager, Pat Shannon, Harold Odom
and Roy Gibson, Directors.
According to Smith, the Boat
Club has made great progress to-
ward securing a boat basin on the
Gulf County Canal just off St. Jo-
seph Bay. At present, the basin
has been dredged out to accommo-
date 35 to 40 boats with a depth
deep enough to -take care of any
cruiser in this area. No boats are
being parked in the basin as yet,
however, since the piling has not
been driven to keep the sides from

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
besworn 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
S 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 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
MAX W. ILBOURN
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 TIThIE 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.
B. T. PRIDGEON, SR.
NOTICE of 'FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the
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
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