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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: April 16, 1959
Frequency: weekly
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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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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep >
it where we can speak with It
once In awhile-Trade with
your home town merchantal
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley" *


TWENTY-SECOND YEAR


-ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1959


PARADE FRIDAY WILL AID FUND DRIVE


Cancer Crusade Gets


Underway Tuesday


With Kickoff Dinner


The American Cancer Society, Gulf County Unit, gathered
for its annual meeting at St. James' Episcopal Parish House Tues-
day night. The dinner was attended by 45 volunteer crusaders.
Committee chairmen presented
-* v --.-- reports on plans for the crusade
A l M that gets under way Friday after-
MEAfIN W SIRDLU noon.


by W$~.LEY R. RAMSEY


Sincethe knowledge of the little
incident at our house last Friday
night is go well known about town
we feel that we should give you
the straight of what happened to
correct some of the rumors that
are current about it.
It was no damaging, slander-
ing action. There was no damage
done and we feel there were no
hard feelings before'or after the
event occurred.

However, a group of girls did
"prank" us. We use the word
"prank", because that is just what
it was.
The girls--all teenagers-came
to our house about 10:45 and spread
toilet paper about -the lawn at our
house and at the newspaper office.
And they did write the words
"Yea Patio" in front of our news-
paper office. But let us be quick
to say that the- girls are not habi-
tants of that ill-reputed drive-in.
The girls were on a party and
set out to do the "prank". Nothing
was damaged nobody was hurt
except for a, few girl's pride after
they looked at their "prank" in
the daylight.

We hold no grudge .for the, act
-and we are ponvinpe4 that no
grudge promptedi.,he action. o
They are all nice girls., and 14
all probability will -never .be any-
thing else '.
-If you have never. done anything
like .this whe .you:were a' teen-ager
then you may wag your. finger' at
theni. But, personally, we have
done just as had and f eel that every
one of you have also.
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Revival Slated At

'Highland View'

Rev. C. F. Hooker of Gainesville
will begin a series of revival 'ser-
vices at the Highland View Baptist
Church on 'Sunday, April 19, 4c-
cording to the church's pastor,
Rev. Allen PrIce.
Rey. Hooker has ad. wide exper-
ience in t4e evange lstic field as
'Well as astdp.ing chu-phes t through


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REV. C. F. HOOKER
J 'Evangelist
North central Plorida and serving
Southern Baptist churches in 1111-
hois.
John Lovett of Port St. Joe will
lead the singing at the .services.
Services will be held each day
next week at 7:00 a.m. and 8:00
p.m. and at regular hours on Sun-
day.

Visit In Dothan
Mrs. J. J. Rich, Mrs. W. P. Dock-
ery and Mrs. Mabel Baxley spent
Tuesday visiting in Dothan.

GO TO CHUBiC SUNDAY


Special Events
Special events chairman, Bill
Tharpe, told the crusaders that a
parade featuring boy scouts, the
high school band, merchants and
canvass workers would initiate the
"Kickoff" at 4:30 p.m. Friday.
Following the parade, house-to-
house volunteers will canvass the
whole of St. Joe in a fund drive to
apply against an ultimate cure and
prevention of cancer. Dave Mad-
dox is house-to-house crusade
chairman.-
On Saturday, April 18, the Teen-
agers for Cancer will .sell peanuts
in the city to raise funds. for the
Society.
Bill Winters, cancer educational
chairman, told the group of the
'work his committee has carried
out in the county. Winters' com-
'mittee has shown educational
f;lms to 1,200 persons. Doctors of
Gulf County assisted .greatly in
cancer educational work according
to Winters.
Mrs. Chauncey Costin, head of
the cancer loan closet, told of the
aid her committee had rendered in
preparing and distributing bandag-
es to county cancer patients. Her
committee also purchased a hospi-
tal bed for out-patients. This bed
is assigned to the Wewahitchka
unit. There is no hospital in the
county seat, < .
The meeting was climaxed by a.
short talk from J. C. Belin. Belin
heads the county money raising
drive. He charged the crusaders
with their responsibility in 'answer-
ing questions put to them during
the house-to-house drive. His talk
also covered activities that have
taken place .in the Cancer Society
during the past year.
Belin said the local Cancer So-
ciety had been indirectly able .to
provide considerable 'aid to some
local cancer afflicted without call-
ing on the state Cancer Society.
He pointed out that moneys col-
lected -through the crusade must
go principally to research.
"There isn't -enough money in
the universe to ease the pain and
suffering of the already cancer af-
flicted", Belin told the group. He
says the magic formula, if ever
there is one, will be found in re-
search.
Mrs. H. C. Brown, General Chair-
man of the Gulf County Unit was
present at Tuesday's meeting.
Mayor Joe L. Sharit was present-
ed to the group by the chair. Mayor
Sharit has shown great interest
in cancer work for a long period
of years.
What You Can Do
There are many ways you can
do your part in this great fight
against cancer. You can have reg-
ular checkups; join the workers in
the community who are giving of
their time and effort for the ACS;
support the education programs
i and see all the films that are
made available.
You may also help the fight with
your memorial contributions. An
increasing number of Floridians
each year are remembering their
departed relatives and friends by
making memorial contributions to
the American Cancer Society. Fam-
ilies who have lost loved ones
know, then, by way of these me-
morial contributions that a service
has been rendered in the fight
against cancer. To record memorial
contributions the Gulf County Unit
of the Cancer Society sends the
bereaved family a dignified card
but the amount of the gift is not
recorded on the card used. The
sender receives, in turn, a receipt
form.



JOB PRINTING

Phone 7-3161


Temporary Order

Closes Beach

Patio Drive-In

Circuit Jiudge W. L. Fitzpat-
rick Monday, signed a temporary
restraining order closing the Pa-
tio drive-in at Mexico Beach. 1
Judge Fitzpatrick said he will
wait for an answer io be filed by
defense counsel for defendants
Gertrude and Ziggy Koven before
setting a final hearing date.
The Kovens are operators of
the restaurant.
State Attorney J. Frank Adams
is requesting that the establish-
ment be closed on the grounds
that it is a public nuisance. He
maintains that a 17-year-old boy
was employed at the drive-in,
which sells beer, and there have
been several brawls at the place
in recent weeks.


Lions Club Plan

Talent Show

The Port St. Joe Lions Club will
present its annual Talent Show on
Thursday night, April 30 at 8:00
p.m., according to an announce-
ment made this week by the club.
All local talent will be featured.
All types of entertainment will be
offered including hill billy, gospel
singing, recitations, musical instru-
ments, piano; baton twirling, semi-
classical and classical music, en-
sembles from Port St. Joe High
School's superior rated band in-
cluding contest winners at the
recent band festival held in Quin-
cy dances and comedy skits. The
show will offer fun and entertain-
ment for all the family.
All receipts from the show go
into the Lion's Club welfare fund
which is used solely for commun-
ity improvements and underprivi-
ledged children.


Plan Offered To Pave


Roads In Gulf


CONELRAD Alert To


Be Observed Friday


SCHOOL BOARD SAYS
SIGNS ARE REPLACED

School Board member Otis
Pyle told The Star this week that
the objectionable advertising had
been removed from the school
rain shelters that had been do-
nated to the county by the Chip-
ley Body Works.
Pyle said that the Board had
no idea as to the type of adver-
tising before the shelters were
put up.
He said the Board had contact-
ed the Chipley Body Works stat-
ing that they wanted the shelters
and asked a 'representative to
meet with them to discuss the
type shelters, etc. The represen-
tative never showed up at the
meeting and the first thing the
Board knew the shelters were
up without their official accept-
ance of the shelters.
The Board wrote the Body
Works instructing them to re-
move the objectionable adveprtis
ing or pick up the shelters. The
Chipley firm offered their apolo,
gies and are in the process of
replacing the advertising.


little .oys Baaseball Barbecue Is

Planned for Saturday Night At 6:30


Port St. Joe's Little Boys' Base-
ball league officers met Tuesday
afternoon to further plan :for: the
season's, activities.
It was reported at the meeting
that there would be more boys
available 'than the league could
care for. Officers began to plan a
way of taking care of all boys who
come out, and by opening day, ev-
ery boy will be placed to a position
in the league.-
Last minute plans were laid for
the League's annual barbecue din-
ner which will be held this Satur-
day at 6:30 p.m. at'the Centennial
Building. League President, Sid
Brown said that preparations will
be made for at least 50,0 meals to
b served. The price of the barbe-
cue dinner is $1.50 for adults and
$1.00 for children.
At the barbecue the team rosters
for the coming year will be an-
nounced. The dinner will be pre-
oeeded by a concert to be played
b the Port St. Joe High School
band.
Proceeds from the. barbecue go
to defray some of the expenses of
.the league.
Practice for the teams will begin


Florida's' standard AM, FM and
television broadcasting station pro-
gramming will be altered radical-
ly for a half-hour., beginning at 11:30
a.m. Friday, April ,17, as CONEL-
RAD stations throughout the state
come on the air with a special civil'
defense test program,
State 'Civil Defense Director H.
W. Tarkington with headquarters
at Jacksonville said, all radio sta-
tions holding national defense emer-
gency authorizations for opreating
on 640 or 1240 kilocycles will par-
ticipate during the half-hour per-
iod of the- civil defense test pro-
gram. All other standard radio and
television broadcasting stations
will remain silent.
"All of Florida's OONELRAD sta-
tions will be spreading the test
program -on CONELRAD frequen-
cies of 1240 and 640 kilocycles,"
Colonel Tarkington continued, and
added:
"We should have enough stations
operating under CON~LRAD 'Ipro-
cedures to assure 'a 'pickup of the
messages in : most parts 'of the
state, ,
"We ask that all persons conven-
ient to a radio set from 11:30 a.m.
to noon Friday, April 17, attempt
to pick up the message at the 640
or 1240 'pot on -the dial. We are
seeking to determine hoW many
people can be reached with civil'
defense information through this
medium."
Features of the half-hour CON-
EDRAD radio test exercise will be
a five-minute speech by National
Civil Defense Diarector Leo A.
Hoegh, 'which will be carried on
-all networks to participating OON-
ELRAD stations.
Also scheduled during the half-
hour program are brief announce-
ments from Florida's Governor Le-
Roy -Collins, State Civil Defense
Director H. W. Tarkington, toge-
ther witli 'similar brief messages
from area and local civil defense
directors and officials.
In Port St. Joe
In Port St. Joe a national air
raid alert warning will be sounded
at approximately 11:30 a.m. Friday,
April 17 with a three to five min-
ute blast on the fire siren. The alert
will last for 30 minutes. There will
not be an all clear signal.
All citizens are urged to take
cover inside the nearest building
until 12:00 noon. During that time,
iV possible, listen to a broadcast
radio on 640 or 1240 kilocycles.
'Do not ride around town in your
car. Park it if you are up town
and go inside a building.
This is a practice alert drill and
everyone is urged to participate


PTA Will Elect New
Officers In Meeting Tonite

The Elementary PTA will meet
tonight at the Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School at 8:00 p.m.
Main business of the meeting
will be the election of new offi-
cer.


Boat Club Votes

To Charge $10.

Initiation Fee

In a meeting last Thursday night
at, the Florida Power Lounge the
St. Joe Boat Club over-hauled their
membership rates and requirements
along with other business discussed,.
* Since the Club's formation dues
have been $5.00 a year, Dues have
now been set at $10.00 for initia-
tion f;ee with dues at $5.00 per
year. This new dues schedule goes
into effect on July 1.
The Boat Club has also set dock-
age fees for their'new Boat Basin.
Docking fees have been set at 25c
per foot per mouth for all boats
over 15 feet long. Launching and
automobile parking rate for non-
members will be 75c per day. Dock-
age rate for transient boats has
been set at 75c per day.


The Boat Club is -also now ith
eand cooperate.


process of giving away an outboard
motor and seeking donations to


on Monday, April 20 and 'the open- their basin project. The boat basin
ing game of the season will be has been completed and now the
played on Monday afternoon, May Club is seeking funds for the in-
4. There will be, no night games stallation of lights, water, toilet fa-
until after school' is 4out. cilities, fence and caretaker's shed.


Cub Scout Track John Blount, o. M.
Si .. I .


Meet Saturday
Saturday, April 18 will be track
meet day for Port St. Joe's Cub
Scout packs, according to B. B.
Scisson, Cubmaster.
Events will begin at 9230 a.m.
at the Port St. Joe Elementary
School. Each Den will compete
with its own members for prizes.
'Events to be offered are: Run-
ining high jump; Running broad
jump; Standing broad jump; 35
yard dash; 75 yard dash; Relay
race (35 yards, f6ur boys to a
team); 35 yard sack race; 35 yard
three legged race; Wheel barrow
race (20 yardse-one boy is wheel
barrow and other boy steers).
Dens participating will be Lions,
Bears and Wolf.
Prizes will be given. All Cubs
are urged to participate.


T aylor Are Irandpas


Kilbourn Says County Could Do

Own Work Save Up To 50 Pct.


County Engineer Max W. Kil-
bourn appeared before the County
Commission in their regular meet-
ing Tuesday with a road building
scheme whereby the County could
re-surface county roads that they
are now spending good money on
every day for maintenance.
By, State Road Department regu-
lations, only certain roads can be
paved under the Secondary Road
program. This leave miles of dirt
road to be continually graded and
worked by county road crews.
Kilbourn proposed that the coun-
ty itself pave these roads and re-
duce their maintance costs by a
tremendous amount of money.
'Kilbourn said that the County
!could build the roads themselves


Negro Killed In

Shooting Saturday

Police Chief H. W. Griffin has
told The Star that local Negro
George Hill, about 25, has admitted
the shotgun slaying of another Ne-
gro, Peter Bass, following a heated
argument Saturday morning.-
,Police said Bass died instantly
when he was shot just below the
neck with a .12 gauge shotgun out-
side the Kingfish Cafe about 4:00
,a.m. Saturday.
" The pair had *Anen drinking and
arguing in the cafe and took their
altercation outside where the shoot-
ing took place.
Hill is being held in the County



Boy Wounded

By .22 Pistol

Archie Barbee, 15-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Barbee was ac-
cidentally .shot late Tuesday after-
noon while handling a 22 caliber
pistol.
Archie was playing with the pis-
tol and 'had it pressed against his
abdomen when the gun went off.
The bullet entered his abdomen
from the side and followed the
skin around to the opposite side
of his abdomen where it lodged.
The bullet was removed in the
Municipal Hospital and Archie is
reported to be recovering well.


Railroads Hike

Freight Rate

TALLAHASSEE The Florida
Railroad and Public Utilities Com-
mission this week granted rate in-
eraeses for Florida railroads and
the Railway Express Agency.
The commission granted increas-
es which would amount to some
two per cent for the railroads, and
allowed the express company in-
creases totalling 15 per cent.
Among railroads involved in the
rate hikes was the Apalachicola
*Northern, which serves Port St.


at about half of what the state
financed roads can be built for.
The reason for this, said Kilbourn,
is that State specifications are so
high and engineering costs such a
high percentage of the state work.
He said that at present, up to $6,000
per mile in state built roads is
spent on engineering alone. The
County could eliminate this cost.
Another State enforced ruling is
the type base used on roads. Kil-
bourn said that Gulf County had
perfectly good base material but
the state specifications call .for
base material that must all- be
trucked into the county running
the cost up tremendously. Kilbourn
also stated that the County could
do their own preparation and
save more on the price per mile.
Kilbourn said that at .present,
secondary roads In the county are
costing about $50,000 per mile. He-
averred that the County could do
work on their own roads and save
up to $25,000.00 per mile.
'Kilbourn admitted that the roads
so constructed would be sub-stan-
dard to state built roads, but would
be entirely satisfactory. He advo-
cated this type of building on roads
that will not qualify for state sec-
ondary work.
The County agreed to take the
suggestion under advisement and
instructed Kilbourn to compile a
list of county roads that would not
meet secondary specifications, and-
make his recommendation to the
Commisison.
Other Business
[In other business the Board
heard a report .from Bernard Prid -
geon, Jr., that White City had lo-
cated a fire truck they could buy.
The Board agreed to advertise for .
bids to purchase that community
a fire-fighting apparatus.. : ,'.
,On the matter of the disputed
garbage land fill area at Highland
View, Commissioners A. J. Strick-
land 'and Coleman Tharpe reported
that the present 'dump was badly
located and made recommendations
for its re-location. The Board
agreed to the suggestion.
The County Board also agreed
to discontinue its practice of giving
free concrete pipe away. At pres-
ent the Board has 14 approved ap-
plications that have not been filled
and as soon as these applications
are filled there will be no more
free concrete pipe.

Marietta Chafin Makes
Baylor Dean's List

WACO, TEXAS-Marietta Chafin
senior at Baylor University, has
been named to the 1958 fall semes-
ter Dean's List.
Recognition is based on, scholas-
tic achievements and limited to
those attaining a 3.6 grade point
average in their semester's work.
Among those earning recognition
were two graduates, 20 seniors, 17
juniors, 14 sophomores 'and 14 fresh-
men.
Marietta is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Chafin of 1310
Garrison. Avenue. She is majoring
In English at Baylor. She was a
1955 graduate of Port St. Joe High
School.


Boat Club Sets

Sunday Motorcade

The St. Joe Boat Club will have
an outboard motorcade Sunday, Ap-
ril 19. They will' leave St. Joe Boat
Basin at the canal at 1:30 p.m.
and will run to Bay City Lodge for
refreshments, then to Apalachicola
Boat Basin and return. The trip
will take one and a half hours each
way and an hour for refreshments.
The motorcade will leave the St.
Joe Basin at 1:30 and return at
approximately 5:30 p.m.
All interested parties are invited,
Lnembers and non-members.


The program will be presented In granting the increases, the
by Mrs. Leggett's fifth Grade and commission went along with com-


'Do not disturb John G. Blount Mrs. Foy's Glee Club. modity transportation rate hikes re-
from his reverie these days. John A special event of the evening cently granted by the Federal In-
has just become a grandfather last will be an exhibition of the school's terstate Commerce Commission.
Tuesday night when his daughter' Science Fair in the hall of the .
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne center building. All grades have an
Taylor of Athens, Georgia pre-exhibit. Cancer Drive
sented the world with a beautiful "r
new baby girl, named Chirstie School Trustees Will Personn l Named
Malyn. The young lady weighed Meet Tuesday, April 21 rsonn l med
seven and a half pounds at birth. T
Mr. and Mrs. Blount went to Tom Owens, Gulf County Super- Below Is 'a full roster of the
Athens last week end to see the intendent of the Board of Public Gulf County Chapter of the Amer-
new granddaughter and Mrs. Blount Instruction announced this week ican Cancer Society.
stayed to get better acquainted for that the School Trustees will meet County Chairman, Mrs. H. C.
a week or two. at 4:15 on Tuesday, April 21 at Brown; Co-Chairman, Mrs. Harold
John will be alright in a week or the Elementary School. Odom; Medical Director, Dr. Wayne
two but 0. M. Taylor's status is The Trustees will meet to re-'Hendrix; Treasurer, Joe Wilkie;
uncertain -as he hasn't been seen 'commend the faculty for the 1959- 'Secretary, Mrs Marvin Land; and
about much since the great event. 1960 school year in Gulf County Public Health Officer, Dr. H. I.
"9 and to take care of any other busi- Langston.
GO TO CHURGH SUNDAY ness that might come up. iContinued On Page 8)


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NEWS FROM

Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS

Mr. and Mrs. Pelham 'Revell and
son visited his sister and family
Saturday, Mr. and Mrs.B. G. Burke
in Brewton, Ala. While there they
attended, open house at the Brew-
ton paper mill.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jones and
children spent the week end in
Panama City with Mr. Jones'-par-
ents. '(
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stone and son
visited in Altha and Alford over
the week end with their parents,


-Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stone and Mrs. Junction City, Ga., are visiting Mr.
Browning. and Mrs. W. B. Capos of Highland
Rev. and Mrs. York of Panama View.
City spent a few days last week Mrs. A. J. Raffield and daughters
with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Raffield. visited Sunday. with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Watts and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Payne in We-
daughter spent .the week end in wahitchka.
Jacksonville with Mr. and Mm. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Burke and
Ralph Watts and son. daughter, Glenda spent the week
Mr. and Mrs. James Kelley and end in Pensacola with Mrs. Burke's
children spent Sunday in Panama brother and family, Mr. and Mrs.
City with relatives. C. K. Skipper.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Coppedge vis- Mr. and Mrs. Billy Roy Nobles
ited friends and relatives in Thom- and daughters spent the week end
aston, Ga. in Samson, Ala. with Mrs. Nobles
Mrs. Harry Arrell visited rela- parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bow-
tives in Tazewell and West Point. doin.
Mr. and -Mrs. Claude 'Flanagan of Mrs. W. B Coleman visited her


son and family over the week end The WMS of the Highland View
in Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baptist Church met for their regu-
Coleman. lar Royal Service program. The
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dykes of meeting was opened by all singing
Apalachicola were Sunday visitors the WMU hymn and repeating the
of Mrs. -Dykes parents, Mr. and watchword. Scripture reading was
Mrs. Jim Whittington. taken from Matt. 18:14 followed
Mr. and Mrs. Peavy Mims were by all singing "Jesus Calls Us".
visitors Sunday in Panama City The topic of the program was "The
with Mr. Mims mother, Mrs. Tilda Song of the Lord Bregins". Those-
Mims. on -the program were Mrs. Ruth
Mrs. Bill Lee and Mrs. Dan Hat- Harbuck, Mrs. Nora Lee Roney,
.field, Jr., are Visiting in Tampa Mrs. Richter, Mrs. Peterson, Mrs.
this week. Garrett, Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Alice
Red Grace had .his parents and Macomber was in charge of the
family from Geneva, Ala., visiting program. Mrs. Lillie Richter, the
him Sunday. program chairman, gave the pray-
WMS Meeting er calendar and dismissed with


THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1959


prayer.
Junior G. A.'s
The Junior G. A.'s of the High-
land View Baptist Church met
Monday at 4:30. The meeting was
called to order by the president.
The -devotional reading was taken
from Psalms 91:1-6. The name of
the lesson was "Forward Stepping".
We had seven members present.
Jannifer Kennedy dismissed the
class with prayer.
Stork Shower
Mrs. Melba 'Daen Peak was hon-
ored with a -stork shower by Mrs.
Willie Peak and Mrs. Yvonne Ro-
.gers at the home of Mrs. Rogers.
Th-e refreshment table, overlaid
with a white linen cloth held a love-
ly arrangement of lac ecern and
pink roses surrounding the punch
bowl. The guests were -served pas-
tel colored cup cakes and -minia-
ture diapers held mixed nuts.
Mints were served from a crystal
lazy susan. The honoree wore a
navy dress with which she wore a
corsage made .of light blue ribbon -
and a pink baby rattler pinned on
with a large diaper pen. Gifts
were received from Mesdames
Myrtice Young, G. L. McLendon,
Shirley Daniels, Lillie Richter,
Lee Whittington, Armstrong, Paul-
ette Rogers, Allen Jones, Goff, Wil-
lie Peak, Troy Jones, Lizzie Gay,
Yvonn-e Rogers, Jeff Dykes, Carrie
Legear, H. G. Parker, Lillie Mae
Richter, Iris Furney, Ruth Harbuck,
Edna Floyd, Thelma Brown, Louise
Marshall, W. T. Jordan, Gracie Ad-
ams, Adna Adams, R. C. Lewis, Ida
Brock, Mae Clark, Martha Mims,
.Mae Creamer, Mary Williams, Mary
IKelly, June Jackson, Miller, Silas
Player, L. C. Wood, Velma Kallos,
and Miss Ava Jordan.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
FEATURING SCIENCE FAIR
The Port St. Joe Elementary
School is currently publicly show-'-
ing a science fair prepared by all
grades of the school, in the center d
building of the school on Long
Avenue, according to principal Hu-
bert Richards.
Thursday aind Friday arie the
last days of the fair and the pub-
lic is invited to come in and see
the work of the elementary stu-
dents.


LETTERS TO

THE EDITOR

Dear Wesley:
The enclosed letter is being writ-
;en with the hope that during this
Cancer month someone can profit
by my experience with this dread-
ful disease-cancer.
As most of you know my Wife
Nell has been for the past five
months confined tothe Municipal
Hospital due to this illness. Her
life has been prolonged many times
because of her immediate checkups
at the first sign of warning of any-
thing unusual. I feel sure ,that Nell
has been with us longer because
she followed her doctor's orders to
the letter.
Having talks with many, many
doctors and people who work in
research I know that it is in re-
search that the cure, for this killer
is going to be found. I believe with
all my heart that we are n the
threshold of finding the cure.
Throughout the country we are be-
ing better educated about the di-
sease. Even here in our local high
school teachers are teaching our
children the seven danger signals
and the importance of a checkup.
Words cannot -express the ap-
preciation my children and :I have
for the great service the good peo-
ple of this community have given
Nell. I have felt that I was at my
'rope's end' to find 'help available
from the duPont Foundation of the
St. Joe Paper Company, the local
unit of the American Cancer So-
ciety, and our many friends.
I urge you to remember .the can-
cer drive this month and give ev-
erything that you can possibly
spare. This is a wonderful cause
and will help bring this dreadful
killer to a n-end. My. prayer is free-
dom from cancer in the pot-too-
distant future. This can only be
doneby funds raised in our cancer
drive throughout the nation.
Sincerely,
BILL CARGILL


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thoe harks Spring football practice sessions.
Willle (~.4 returning letterman and has alter-
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THE TARPartSt. oe, la. THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1969


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thly Covered Dish Dinner. Let's at-
tend and make it a good one. 6:30
pm., The Episcopal Young Church-
men. 7:00 p.m. (CST) Evening
-prayer and sermon at St. John!e
Church, Wowahitchka.
The public is, cordially invited
to worship with us and is assured
of-a warm welcome.
Visits With Parents
Lavaughn Taylor has -returned tol
Brevard College, N. C., -after speudg
ing a few days. with his. parents,
Mr. and Mrs.. S. J. Taylor.
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age or older who could- not here-
tofor-e qualify may now receive
monthly social security checks, ac-
cording to John V. Carey, District
Manager of the Panama City social
5ecurity office.
Monthly benefits flrs-t became
payable to disabled children in
January 1957. Under the law at
that time, it was. necessary to show
proof that the disabled child was
receiving -at least '50 per cent of
his nioney support from the parent
on whose social security record
the benefits were being claimed *
The 1958 amendments to the So-
cial Security Act removed the re-
quirement that the disabled child
produce evidence of.this 50 per cent
support, Carey added. Effective
with September 17958, a disabled
child will be assumed, in most in-
stances-th have been dependent on
his parent for support. As a result
of t-his change, many disabled chil-
dren who were denied benefits. prior
to September 1958, may now be-
come entitled to monthlypayments.
To qualify, !the child must be so
disabled, mentally or physically, as
to be unable to perform substantial
gainful work and must h-ave be-
come disabled before his 18th
birthday.
These benefits are -payable to
the disabled children of old-age In-
surance beneficiaries, disability in-
surance beneficiawies, and deceased
workers who worked long enough
under social security tcr become in-
sured for !the payment of benefits.
These benefits are not paid anto-.
matically. An application for bene-
fits. must be filed with the social
security -office before payments
may be received.
The social security office for this
area is located at 522 Mercer Ave-
nue, Panama City. The telephone
number is PO 3.5331.
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ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
,Rev. G. D. Underhill, Vicar
Third Sunday after Easter; Ap-
ril 19. 7:30 a.m., Celebration of -the
Holy Communion. 9:45 -a.m., 4Church
School. 11:00 a.m., Morning prayer
and sermon. Please do not forget
that this is the third San-day of the
month and that the service will be


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-Last 'Saturday, businessmen in
Port St. Joe hired Student Council
Members for 'a day. In all, there
were 17 who hired students, and
four others who offered to use stu-
dents. The .employers and employ-
ees were:
Wynoko Development Co., Dian-
na MeKnight; Pylant's Men and
Boys Wear, Glenn Alligood; Boyles
Department Store, Sonny Eells;
Mexico Beach Grocery, Richard
Thompson; Woolford's Standard
Service Station, John Presnell;
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ty Butts; St. Joe Motor Co., Ellis
Stevens; Pate's Shell Service, How-
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Shop, Betty Ann Ford; Webb's 5.
and 10c Store, Betty Jo Smith;
Greer's Standard Oil, Bob Munn, ,
Buzzett's Drug Store, Larry Davis;
Danley Furniture Co., Paul Roe-
bins; Stone's Shop for Men, Willie
Daniell; Campbell's 'Drug Store,
Linda Burge; St. Joe Furniture and
Appliance Co., .Clayton Asbell'a;
Costing's Department Store, Leo-
nard Costin.
Retherford's Pure Oil Service,
Modern Furniture Co., Smith's
Pharmacy and Wimberly Pontiac
Co., offered to hire students, but
there were not enough, people to
work. The Student Council wishes
to thank 'each and every business-
man who hired students and the
Retail Merchant's Division of the
Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce
for being of so much help.
This boost in finances has en-
albed the Student Council to send
four -delegates and the sponsor to
the Florida Association of Student
Councils Convention in West Palm
Beach, being held April 16, 17 and
18. The delegates left for the Con-
vention yesterday. The delegates
attending are: Leonard Costin.
president; Glenn Alligood, vice-
president; Richard Thompson, his-
torian-reporter; Willie Daniell, ser-
geant-at-arms and James Moore,
sponosr.
The local people will go to the
Convention in a new 1959 Chevro-
let Impala being furnished for their
use by the Floyd Chevrolet Com-
pany of Port St. Joe.

Circle 2 Meets
Circle No. 2 of the- First Baptist
WMU met Monday afternoon in the
home of Mrs. Roy Irwin with sev-
en members present. Also present
were three visitors, Mrs. Sara
Smith, Mrs. C. E. Martin, WM'U
president and Mrs.'S. J. Taylor.
The meeting was opened with
prayer by Mrs. Jadine Ellis. The
program chairman Mrs. L. W. Cox
gave the devotional from Luke 9:
1-3. Her subject was, "Right Wit-
nessing"
Mrs. Roy Irwin presided over
the business session in which good
reports were heard from all com-
naittee chairmen.
The meting,was dismissed with
prayer lyr'Mrs. C. E. Martin.


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Museum- Addition 'try o this i lty
Museum Addition Preliminary plans were made Lo
have University archeologists ex-
Is Discussed cavate the Indian mound on St.
Joseph's Point which is known lo-
cally as "Kitchen Midden".
A spceieal meeting of the St. o- The meeting was most informa-
seph Historical Society was held tive and was .enjoyed by all who
April 1 at the State Constitution attended. In addition to the distin-
Mu'seum. guished guests, Mr. Hill and Mr.
The meeting was sponsored by Coldwell the following members of
State Representative Cecil G. Cos-. the St. Joseph Historical Society
tin, Jr. Through the patronage of
Rep. Costin, Emmett Hill, State
Park Director and Walter Coldwell,
Assistant 'State Park Director of
Tallahassee were -present -at the COSTIN
meeting to discuss the feasibility
of an addition to our local museum.
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THE STAR, Port St. Jo6, PI. THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1959 tat the Port St. Joe High School, Supplies 21.00 H. V. Refrigerator-------9.50 James Traweek, -- 25.00 NOTICE of FICTITIOUS NAME
land George Washington H i g h Brodhead 'Garrett, Sup.- 97.04 'Britt'as Septic Tank Serv., pumping James Faison" 25.00 Notice is hereby given that the
I School and George Washington All-Florida School Supply Co. out tanks at Wewa .....--- 205.00 B. B. Scisson, "-------- -------25.00 undersigned, desiring to engagetfp
Minutes of ThThe Financial Statement for theHigh School and to send plans to Supplies 102.07 P. F. McDaniell, Sup ...---.......-----. 6.05 Harrell Holloway -. 25.00 business under the fictitious nafe
month of March was examined and the state Department of Education Newsweek, Renewal Sub. -- 12.00 Gulf Hdwe. & Sup. So., Sup. ...-- 1.95 Fletcher Patterson ........... 25.00 of H. S. LILIUS, JEWELER, in the
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD approved, for their approval. iConsumer Bulletin, Sub ........ 5.00 Remsco, Inc., Sup. and ,Serv. 117.46 H. E. Richards, --- 25.00 City of Port St. Joe, Florida, in-
The Nurses' and Sanitarian's re- The Board approved plans for the IH. W. Wilton Co., Sup. --- 3.90 Griffin's Septic Tank Service, Laura A. Geddie, ............... 25.00 tends to register the said name
Wewahitchka, Florida port was examined and ordered playing area for the George Wash- Film Rentals, Sup. ..........- 3.47 .pumping out septic tank 20.00 na Nelson 25.00 with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
April 7, 1959 filed. ington High School. 'Calif. Test Bureau, Sup. --- 66.83 Westron Corp., Sup .......- 283.75 Alene Leggett, ............---- 25.00 of Gulf County, Florida.
The Board of Public Instruction, Moved 'by Pyle seconded by Ward Moved by Roemer and seconded J W Pepper & Son., Inc. Van Brunt & Yon, Inc., Sup. .. 12.57 Willie J. Moffett, Exp. to FSTA H. S. LILIUS 4t-3-2t
Gulf County, met on the above date to ask for bids on double tier lock- by Pyle to purchase a water cooler Supplies 16.16 Miami Window Corp., Sup .... 42.00 Meeting 25.00 -
In Regular Session with the fol- ers needed for the High Schools for th eAdult School. W M. Welch Mfg. Co., Sup. 12.71 Firestone Home &Auto Sup. Dianne Twine, ----- 25.00 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
lowing present and acting: J. K. of the County. All voted YES. The Superintendent was instruct- Soc. for Visual Edu., Inc., Supplies, 316.64 District Fund Number One GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Whitfield, Chairman, Carter Ward, The 'Board adopted a resolution ed to try to get the City of Port Supplies 26.14 B. F. Goodrich Store, Sup. '54.76 Harland Pridgeon, Comn. 238.26 In Chancery.
Otis Pyle and William Roomer. C. to ask the city of Wewahitchka to 'St. Joe to connect the George Wash- Star Pub. Co., Printing Min. 35.00 St. Joe Motor Co., Sup. and Special Tax District No. 1, LEVADA D. HATCHER
E. Boyer Was absent due to ill- close the alley between blocks "D" ingon Elementary 'School to the H&WB Drew Co., Sup. ..--- 101.701 Labor 4.27 Transfer 3,186.09 Plaintiff,
ness of his wife. and blocks "E" in Alderson's Addi- city sewers. Gen. Office Equip. Co., Sup. 11.55 Wimberly Pontiac Co., Sup. and Bond Fund Number One vs.
The Superintendent was present tion on file in the office of the The Superintendent was instruct- Jesse Dawson, Wood for Wash. Labor 151.63 Harland Pridgeon, Com ..... --- 53.61 CLARENCE HATCHER
and acting. Clerk of the Circuit Court. ed to notify the Chipley Body Elem. School ---------- 70.00 Prescott's Auto Serv., Sup. and Bond Fund No. 1, Tansfer ... 716.87 Defendant
The -minutes of the precedi ng he Board approved preliminary Works to replace the Spearman West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co., Labor 127.75 ----- NOTICE TO AIRMAN 3-C CLAR-
The etinutg w ere read and approveced plans for the apprdditio n of classrooms Brewing Company and the race Supplies 218.74 Gulf Drug Co., Sup .........----------......... 8.73 NOTICE E'NCE HATCHER who place of res-
meeting were read and approved. plans for the addition of classroomstrack signs on the rai nshelters or Fla. Power Corp., Elec. Energy Orkin Ext. Co., Inc., 'Pest idence is P. 0. Box 1275, Moody Air
" to remove the shelters from the for PSJ Schools --... 1,116.20 Control 60.00 NOTICE is hereby given to whom Force Base, Valdosta, Georgia.
county within ten days or the Gulf Coast Elec. Coop., Inc., Elec. John Land, Hauling Sup ........---60.00 it may concern, that on March 24, On or before the 20th day of
Board will pick up and store the Energy for Wewa Sch. 256.46 MR&R Truck. Co., Freight -... 10.96 1959, we intend to apply to the May, A. D. 1959 .the defendant,
shelters. City of Port St. Joe, Water for Fla. Eng. Ass., Inc., Serv .... -- 438.00 Board of County Commissioners of Clarence Hatcher is required
There being no further business *PSJ Schools ---- 51.68 Admiral Equip. Co., Sup. -_ 106.65 Gulf County, Florida, to adopt a serve upon Benjamin H. Dickens,
to come before them they did then First Baptist Church, Wewa, Gas Book of the Month Club, Inc., resolution closing, vacating and Plaintiffs Attorney, whose address
Sadjourn to meet again in Regular and lights for school use 52.99 History of Painting ........ 10.29 abandoning a certain alleyway in i 303 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe,
I Session on May 5, 1959. S. C. .Player Super Market, The Fideler Co., Sup. --------6.90 WMIO BD Florida, a copy of and ile with
l/ ATTEST: Supplies 7.31 A. C. McClurg & Co., Sup ....- 61.88 T 7 S, R10W, Gulf County, Florida, the Clerk of said Court, the origin-
Thomas A. Owens, Supt. Ga. Chemical Co., Inc., Sup. __ 36.00 Pridgeon Ins. Agcy., Ins. .... 2,417.57 described as follows:
J. K. Whitfield, Chairman The Sanfax Co., Sup. --------... 46.61 St. Joseph Tel. & Tel. Co., All of Alieyway running through al of an answer to the Bill of orm-
EXPENDITURES FOR THE Monty's Chem. Co., Sup ..... -- 215.00 Services 126.95 Blocko4 of Wimico Subdivision s divorce.
MONTH OF MARCH, 1959 Centar Chem. Co., Sup. -..... 126.90 H. M. McClamma, Labor and per Official P n fle in Pr Witness my hand and official
GENERAL FUND St. Joe Bldrs. Sup Co, Sup..... 4.11 Supplies / 160.50 Book 1, page31, Florida seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
S"S Joe High School Smith's Radio & TV, Sup... 5.63 Wewa Hdwe. Co., Sup. ------122.53 This notice published twice pur- Gulf County, Florida, this 9th day
Luch Room and Special Whatey Typewriter Co., Sup St. Joe Hdwe. Co., Sup. 347.06suant to Chapter 22999, Laws of of April, A. D., 1959.
Milk Fund for Feb.-- $363.88 and Services ----------- 23.50 Gulf Oil Corp., Sup. .---- 1,498.73 Florida GEORGE Y. CORE 4t
Wewa Hi School. .... 535.07 Bill's Plumbing Serv., Sup. and Standard Oil Co., Sup .-....... 44.47 / VIGIL A. JORDAN Clerk Circuit Court. 4-16
Wash. Hi School .... 153.12 Services 34.00 Daffin Mere. Co., Sup-------.. 65.10 // VPOLLY T. JORDAN (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
St. Joe Elem. 'School "".. 520.35 Wall Elec. Co., Sup, and Tooever Herrington, Expenses /s/ WALTER T. STAFFORD (
Highland View Elem. Services 95.00 to FEA Meeting -----............... 25.00 /s/ HAZEL J. STAFORDF
School 112.72 Kennedy Elec. &Refrig. Serv. Alma iDeWitt, Expenses to /s/ ERNEST L. ANTLEY C sifi A A
Daisy dot print Thomas A. Owens, Exp. to Talla. Sup. and Serv.--- --- ---11.50 FEA meeting -------..................--- 25.00 -/s/ JEANETTE ANTLEY ilaSSilied AU s
babyd ollp M a .. 0. and Marianna-- 30.016 Fuller's *Sup. Co., Sup- ..... --- 8.70 William H. Linton, ....1....G....25.00 /a/ N. L. GRINER
baby doll paama of TheisDup.Prod. Inc.,Sup. 12,7.17 G. E. McGill, Repair work on Leroy Bowdoin, .-----.............25.00 /s/ LEILA J. GRINER Midget Investments With
Revell's IGA Store, Sup. 10.05 4t-3-26 Giant Returns
-miC k School Service Co., Sup. 38.95 ____
no-i-ort Gulf Coast Printing and
n o. ^ ^\Litho Co. 30.00_r___ Prnigadr________u_________-
o- smooth batiste Gul\Li cos P t n 30.00 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. Port St. Joe, Florida
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
Your coolet yELECTRICAL UNION Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Your coolest young i -.- a-.. ** Sr /f .*iE ^ii L TRAINING- UNION 6:15 P.M.
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comfortable sleeping, SMITH NEED A PLUMBER?
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with red or bluprint, SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m. Contract Work A Specialty
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THI 8TAR, Port t. Joe, Fla.


CLASSIFIED ADS
FOR RENT: 1 and 2 bedroom ap-
artments. urnished or unfurnisa-
ed. Call 7-3746. Mrs. J. S. Shirey. *,
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
cottages. $45 per month. Ander-
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tfc
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
for couple only. Mrs. A. M. Jones.
Phone 7-7641. tfc-3-12
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom, living
room, kitchenette and bath. Fur-
nished. Four mi. south of St. Joe
on Highway 30, Phone 7-5065.
FOR .RENT: 2 bedroom house at
1111 Garrison Ave. Also two 2-
bedroom houses at St. Joe Beach.
All unfurnished. See Walter Du-
ren, phone 7-3171. tfc-4-2
FOR RENT: Nice masonry house
on Long Avenue at 15th St. Newly
decorated. See J. A. Mire. or .phone
9-1301.

FOR 'RENT: Four furnished apart-
ments at $10.00 per week on 228
&th St. Scully Apts. contact Mrs.
W. R. Scully. 3tc-4-2


PHONE BAH 7-2221


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THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1959


FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave.
Phone 7-5771. tfc-3-12
FOR RENT: Beautifully furnished
3 bedroom house on St. Joe
Beach. Also one bedroom furnish-
ed house in Highland View. See J.
D. Clark or call 7-7771 after a p.m.
or on week ends. tic.4-9
FOR RENT: Rooms for ladies and,
gentlemen. Apply White's Room-
ing House, 708 Long Ave. Phone
7-5646. Itc


FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom hous-
es and two 3-bedroom houses,
unfurnished, at St. Joe Beach. See
I W. Duren or phone 7-3171. All
$50.00 per month each. tfc-4-16
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment. Close in. $45 per mo.
Water furnished. Inquire at 1904
Garrison or phose 7-8642. tfc-4-9

FOR SALE

FOR SALE: 20 acres of land near
Willis Landing. Call Mrs. J. S.
Shirey, Phone 7-3746.


FOR SALE: Very attractive three
bedroom masonry house on Gar-
rison Avenue, less than 5 months
old. Large living room. Very nice
kitchen with plenty of cabinet
space. Tile floors throughout. Car-
port and large utility room. This
house is a good buy at $12,200.00
and is already financed. Owner
wants his equity.
COASTAL REALTY CO.
William J. RIsh, Reg. Broker
116 Mon. Ave. Phone 7-4051


SPECIAL SALE ... APRIL ONLY
Low Down Payment Low
SMonthly Payments High
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SEWING and alterations. Expert
work, reasonable prices. Phone
7-3131. tfc-3-12


Port St. Joe, Fla.


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 Subdivl
slon. Prices will increase $100.00
per lot on March 1, 1959. Buy while
the price is still low.
4 Bedroom home, 1% bath on
,150x150 lot. Jones Homestead. Pric-
ed for quick sale.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom home
with den.
PRIDGEON AGENCY
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741


FOR SALE: A large three bedroom
house, a two car garage, two tar-
nished apartments, and one 'small
unfurnished house. You can live
in large house and rent othet pro-
perty for $136 monthly income.
Purchaser can pay $5,000 dwon
and balance on easy terms.
A two bedroom house with large
living room, well landscaped yard
and a garage. Only $450 down plus
closing cost. Payments will be
about $55.00 per mo. including In-
surance.
A very nice two bedroom house
with oak floors on Garrison Ave.
Can sell for only $650.00 down. Bal-
ance on FHA loan. 2t
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-3491

FOR SALE: Red worms. 60c per
hundred. First Street and Long
Ave. 4tp-4-1'6
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom house. 1309
Long Ave. Call BAll 9-1706. 4tp


R. A. M.-Regular convocation of BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Guests From Tallahassee
St. Joheph Chapter No. 56, R. A. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Houston Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leo Shea-
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All viai.- Davis announce the birth of a ley and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Rob-
ing brothers welcome. Robert L, _. in-bins Sunday-was Mrs.Slealev a and
Creamer, Sr., wHigh Priest, H. R daughter Donna Jo on April 11 in bins Sunday was Mrs. Shealey's and
Maige, Secretary. the Port St. Joe Municipal Hospi- Mrs. Robbins' brother and family,
t1, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Gordon of Tal-


SERVICE OFFERED: Will do a- WILLI AMV.RICAN GION. 1Mee-
by sitting in my home. Call Mrs. Ts AMMrAN ir GIo MT-
Frances Batson, Phone 7-2648. 5th ug first and third LMonday nights
St., Highland View. itp 00 p.m., American Leoion Home.
NOW AVAILABLE: 'The Great SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
Tide" by 'Rubylea 'Hall. Historical O. F.-Meets first and third
novel based on facts and customs Fridays, 7:30 p.m. in. Masonic
present here in- yesterday years. Hall. All members urged to attend;
Mrs. R. H. Brinson, phone 7-5756 B. B. CONKLIN, N. G.
or Campbell's Drug Store, phone visiting brethren Invited.
7-4141. 1UP J. C. MARTIN, Secty.
MAN WANTED: Good opening. THERE WILL BE a regular corn-
See Rawleigh Products in Gulf munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
Co. Year around, steady work; good No. 111, F&AM every first and
profits. See E. A. Addison, 225 third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. -
Springfield Ave., Panama City or
write Rawleigh's Dept. FAD-101- .- .
137 Memphis, Tenn. & &.
RELIABLE Man or Woman to dis- YED McFARLAND .
tribute line of cigarettes, candy, All Master Masons cordially invited
nur to 1 n~aon d All Master Masons cordially invited
nut and gum through new automa-
tic merchandiser. No selling. We LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
will establish accounts for you if Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
you wish. To qualify, party must Fourth St.. meeting night every other
have car and cash capitol of $400 Monday.
to $1700 which is secured. Excel-
lent earnings part time. Full time
more. Write P. 0. Box 7004, Mpls.,
11, Minn. .IA I. I J A A Ar


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NEW CAR OWNERS: Protect that
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Nazarene Mission
Sunday 'School 10:00 a.m.
Preaching 11:00 a.m.
Evening Wor. __ 7:30 p.m.
Mid Week Service
Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
'REV. J. A. BLAOKWELL
Pastor
3 blocks East of Highland View
Elementary School



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Phone BAllI 7-3161



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For FURNITURE SALES
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Thanks.....


For the fine business you have
'given our dining room during.
our first month in business
here We appreciate the
warm welcome the people of
Port St. Joe have given us. Our
dining room business has
climbed steadily a n d we
thank you fo rit.



"SERVING YOU IS OUR DESIRE"



Motel St. Joe
S MR. and MRS. JAKE MOUCHETTE, Managers


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Corner Second and Reid.
UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
furniture lo k old? Brine it to
Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second
and Reid for expert rebuilding.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. .tfc--2
LAWN MOWER FOh RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R, Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.


THE STAR'
Publlohed Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Flerida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Alo notype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Oolumnist, Rep6rter, Prof iader
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do not hold themselves liable for damage further thai amount received for uoh"
advertisement.
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Miss Carol Fox Becomes


Bride of Starr Parker, II
Miss Carol Ellis Fox, daughter of
Mr. and'Mrs. Robert -Bernard Fox-: "
of Port St. Joe became the bride
of Starr Parker II, son of Mr. and
Ms. Keith Benton Parker of River-
side, California, at a beautiful
double-ring ceremony performed
Wednesday, March 25 at 5:00 p.m.
in the First Methodist Church of |T o
Port St. Joe. Reverend Edmund 0.
Bradley, pastor, officiated at the
candlelight ceremony.
Mrs. Mark Tomlinson played a
soft medley of pre-nuptial music us-
ing the traditional wedding mar-
ches from Lohengrin and Mendel-
ssohn as processional and reces- .
sional. Mrs. James Tankersley sang
"Because" and "I Love You Truly"
At the conclusion of the ceremony
she sang, "The Lord's Prayer".
Centering the altar of the sanc- .


ed by Mrs. George Anchors. Mrs. D R
T. D. Hutchins, Mrs. Charles Wall
and Mrs. Lamar Hardy served at unds Fnr Cnaies
the punch table; Mrs. William Fn r C
Quarles, Jr., Mrs. Will Ramsey and
Mrs. Robert E. King at the coffee by JUDY FENSOM
table; Miss Sibbie Brinson invited The teen-agers attacked Cancer
guests to sign the bride's book. Saturday night at the STAC House


Assisting as floor hostesses were
Mrs, Chauncey Costin, Mrs. Ed
Ramsey and Mrs. J. L. Sharit.
MJrih. Fox received her guests
wearing .an ashes-of-roses lace dress
with matching feather hat. Her cor-
sage was a lavender orchid.
Mrs. Parker chose for her son's
wedding a pastel blue lace' gown
complimented by a white flowered
hat and a white.orchid corsage.
After a honeymoon trip to South
Florida, the bride and groom are
residing in Port St. Joe.
'Out of town guests in addition to
the gr6om's parents were Mr. and
Mrs. Perry A. Hanson and daugh-
ter, Marjorie Marie, of St. Louis,
Missouri, aunt and uncle of the
bride; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Siurua of
Pascago'ula, Mississippi.
The bride was honored with a
number of parties preceding the
wedding. On February 6, a miscel-
laWeous .shower Nlas ,given with
Mrs. T. D. Hutchins, Mrs. George
Anchors, Mrs. Ben .Dickens and
Mrs. Lamar Hardy as hostesses in
the home of Mrs. Hutchins on Con-
stitution Drive. On February 11,
Mrs. Myron Kiebler entertained
with a kitchen shower. Friday,
February 13, Mr. and Mrs. Charles


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tuary was a handsome fan-shaped gown, which was tucked at the hip-
arrangement of white gladioli and 'line,,w'as caught up In front with
pom poms, white spikes thrusting two rosettes of orange blossoms
out as in a sunburst. Flanking the revealing an underskirt of heirloom
'altar on either side and directly lace. The bride's floor-length veil
behind the sunburst were four of illusion was attached to a juliet
'seven-branched candelabra. Floor cap of the lace and edged with
standards of fern and gladioli seed pearls and orange blossoms.
stood at either side of the chancel. She carried a cascade arrangement
A cross with twin candelabra di- of *hite roses and stephanotis in-
rectly in the center of the altar tres.feYsed with white net and cen-
completed the setting for the nup- termed with a white orchid.
tialf vows. Candles entwined with Attending the bride as matron
statice and fern decorated the oen- ofhonor was Mrs. Philip Chatham
.ter-aisle pews and the windows wearing a waltz-length gown of
were banked with fern. pink taffeta. The 'gown had a fitted
The .bride, who was given in mar, bodice with. full skirt and a slightly
riage by her father, wore her me. rounded neckline. A shaped, head-
ther's wedding dress' of vory-color- pl. e matching velvet with cir-
ed satin. The dress featured a pot-, cuai Teil oin Mlimentpd her gown.
traitneckUneo heirloom lace wit: H r bouquet wasa pascade ar-
sleeves terminating in lace points natigement of lnk5 calnaio s W i
over the hands. The skirt of the nithitg satin. le.avo.


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The flower girl, little Miss Jane
SKl6iter, was also attired in pink
ta ibta with matching headpiece of
net Aid seed pearls. She carried a,
basket of 'white net ornamented
tith' pinkk satin ribbonn 'from which
she scattered rose petals.
Mr. Parker chose as his best man
John 'Drew. The ushers were Cadet
John Drew, IV and lieutenant Jo-
seph .L. Bradfield. The candles were
lighitgo by Robert Craig and Peter
Fpx, the young brother of the
'bride .. '
I The reception was given l mIued-
lately following the ceremony in
th# social hall of.the church. A four
tiered wedding cake topped with
a traditional bride and groom cen-
tered the bride's table. Om 'either
side of the cake were silver, n-
delabra with arrangements of snap-
dragonis,-roses and stock. The hand-
sonen silver bowl. on the punch ta-
ble'was enhanced by a garland of
snaidiragons, carnations and statice.
At ianither table coffee -was offer-
ed 1the' guests from a lovely silver
service. The flowers were identical
with -those on the punch table.
Srs. -Myron W. Kiebler, Jr., pre-
sided over the bride's table assist-


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Wall had a bridge party in honor Finance
of the bride and groom. The Thurs- J. C. Belin, -Chairman; J. L. Shar-
day afternoon bridge club, with it, S. R. Brown and Bob Fox.
Mrs. Will Ramsey as hostess pre- House to House
sented Miss Fox with a silver tray David Maddox, Chairmain; Mrs.
on February 19. Mrs. William R. W. Henderson, Wayne Ashley,
Quarles, Jr., and- Mrs. Philip Cha- Mrs. Ralph Nance, R. W. Hender-
tham gave a bridge luncheon in son and Max Kilbourn.
Mrs. Chatham's home on Woodward Special Events
Avenue on March- 14, and present- William L. Tharpe, Chairman:;
ed the honoree with a matching sil- Durel Brigman, R. M. Craig, Phil-
ver piece. lip Chatham, Mrs. Phillip Chatham,
A morning coffee on March 23 Pete Comforter, Walter Duren, Mrs.
was given by Mrs. J. Lamar Miller S. R. Slone, Herman Dean, E. J.
and Mrs. Henry Campbell in Mrs. Woods, 0. C. Dykes, Mrs. E. 0.
Miller's home on Constitution Bradlye and Rex Addison.
Drive. The hostesses' gift to the Professional
bride was a lovely shell-pink opa- ,Dr Wayne Hendrix,. Chairman;
lescent glass bowl. Dr. William Wager, Dr. Joseph P.
The wedding rehearsal dinner Hendrix, Dr. Harold B. Canning,
as givee on March 24 by Mr. and Dr. Robert E. King," Dr. Wesley
Mrs. John Drew at the St. Joe Mo- Grace, Miss Minerva McLane, Mrs.
tel at ::Q0 p.n. Members of the Ruby Gilbert, Mrs.:R'oberta Har-
weddipg party and out of town den and Dr. Henry Langston.
ggests were entertained. Speakers Bureau
S-_' Dr. J. P' Hendrix, Chairman; T.
SP. gldewey, Mrs. Harold Odom,
r..rs. e pickens, Jr., Mrs. Warren
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t. Seafarers and landlubbers agree-'TwoIln.One Shrimp Causerole
Is an exciting combination,
Biscuit-topped casseroles, such as hearty Two-in-One Shrimp Casserolh
have plenty of appetite appeal.
The tempting biscuit topping Invites you to enjoy every bite. Shrimp,
tomatoes, green pepper, onion and American cheese make this an especially
flavorful main dish. Serve with lettuce wedges, French dressing, your favorite
beverage and lem'on-coconut cake squares for dessert.
To save time, bake the drop biscuits with enriched self-rising flour. You're
assured of baking success because self-rising flour already contains the propel
lend pf Paking powder and salt. Nutritionally, it's Important, too, as a valu-
pble source pf calcium, food iron and three essential B-vitamins.
tWOeN,.ONE SHRIMP CASSEROLE ,
/4 sup butter or margarine pasel~ paper -
cup chopped green pepper ;'/2 up fpofk 94 tomatoes
%/4 cup chopped onion (1 pound Segpg cg an)
2 tablespoons enriched '11/ cups shredded American cheesq
self-rising flour 2 cups cooked, cleaned shrimp (I lb.)
4 cup socked peas
DROP BISCUITS .)
2 cups slfted enriched % to % cup milk "---,.
self-rising flour 1 tablespoon melted butter or
/ cup shortening margarine
Melt butter or margarine In large saucepan. Add green pepper and onion and
cook about 5 minutes. Blend in flour and pepper. Mix in tomatoes and cook
.ptil thickened, stirring constantly. Blend in cheese. Add shrimp and peas.
J-ct simmer while preparing Drop Biscuits. Sift flour into bowl. Cut or rub in
shortening until mixture is crumbly. Add enough milk to make a soft dough.
'Pour simp xture into greased 2-quart casserole. Drop biscuit dough by
Bake In hot oven (450F.) about 20 minutes. Makes 4 servings.


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Alva Herndon Glenn Garrett
Mr. And Mrs. Arthur Lewis Herndon of Monticello announce
the engagement of their daughter, Miss Alva Montene Herndon,
to Glenn Ray Garrett of Tallahassee, son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Wesley Garrett of Port St. Joe.
Miss Herndon is a graduate of Jefferson County High School
and Lively Beauty School. She is employed by Whitehall Beauty
Salon in Tallahassee.
Mr. Garrett, .a graduate of Port St. Joe High School and Chipola
Junior College, is a senior at Florida State University.
The wedding will be June 14 at 4 p.m., in Elizabeth Baptist
Church, Monticello. Families of the couple invite friends and rela-
tives to attend.


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MR. and MRS. PORT ST. JOE


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YOUR RESPONSE IN THE UNCONTESTED
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by attending a dance from whicn
'all benefits went to the Cancer
fund.
The STAC House was decorated
with crepe paper and information
concerning Cancer.
The punch table was decorated
with roses and punch and -home-
made cookies were served.
All of the teen-agers who attend-
ed enjoyed themselves playing
games and dancing. They also help-
ed a very worthy cause.

Cancer Drive
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Public Education
William L. Winters, Chairman;
W. W. Cowden, Mrs. Wayne Hen-
drix, Mrs. J. Lamar Miller, Roy
Gibson, Jr., A. P. Jackson, Jack
Mahon, C R. 'Lamberson, Leroy
Bowdoin, Hubert Richards and
John 'Kramer.
Service Committee
J. C. Price, Chairman; Mrs. John
Sowers and Mrs. Chauncey Costin.
Publicity
Martin Begley, Chairman; Wes-
ley R. Ramsey, Mrs. Warren Pare-
seau, Aaron Cooley and Mrs. Beni
Dickens, Jr.


THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1059


C. W. LONG, Owner


Phone 7-5251