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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: September 17, 1959
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (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).
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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-*1WENTY-SECOND YEAR


THE


dORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1959


MONEY TALKS-Let's kee
it where we can speak wihtt $
once in awhile-Trade with
your home- town merchantal


NUMBER 61


Cancer Society Names Officers

S. By MYRTLE ODOM Pins to the following: Mrs. H. C. shown to the group.
The Gulf County Unit of the Brown, Mrs. Ralph~ Nance, Mrs. One of the major proj:ts f.,r tne
Seanti-Chauncey Costin, Mrs. Jane Lapey- coming year which has been set up
American Cancer Society is atii- rouse, John Simpson, *Harold Od- by tIe National Unit ,of tei ACS
paling its greatest year of corn- om, Joe Wilkie, Dr. Wayne Hen-'is .tbh survey on can':er which wili
munity service, Mrs. H. C. Brown, drix, Marty Begley, Dave Maddox be ,ouducte-d it, "Iul County from
County Chairman, said Friday-night and Wayne Ashley. October 20 to. Nu.-nmberi 15. under
as the group mat in it-he Florida J. C. Belin was iyiesent'ed the the nhairuLanr-hip ot Mr~ Chaun~cey
Power Lounge for its annual Fall highest award given by the Socie- Ctostin as i-t'.d b\ ten vuiaintteer
meeting and ,the election of offi- ty to a volunteer work-r. A desk w.:,rket.i Thece worktr- ill atte-nd
cers for '59-'60.. secretary, in the form..of a sword a s-h'.,oi of )nstru>:tionr in Panama
The induction of 'new blood' Into mounted on a black marble base City October 21". This sur--ey ln-
the volunteer worker's organization with -a bras-s plaque engraved with tend-s ro test ,:.me thboriei and
and .the prospects of many new- his name and years of service, was sispici.ion abou' cianer.
eomera .becoming members was cit- presented by Mrs. Rci,-11 in recog- Local projects, 1:omrp'lted during
ed by Mrs. Brown as *an indication nation of outstanding servke, not this pa'.t year. include the avail-
of increasing aInterest i~n our local only on a local scale, but State-wide ability ..-f a h,u,pir.il bd and sick
.unit. as well. r. u t :'.u[..pli-' .-'r cancer pa-tients
Tbhe-new slate for '59-'60 adminis- Joe-Wilkie, Treasurer, reported These itetin are being k-pt at the
tration includes: County Chairman, that $1747.75- collected, during the o:calt Helth Leparlimerit and may
Mrs. H. C. Brown; Co-Ghairman, Cancer Crusade last April, had bE us'-d b:, any intdigent person
Marty Begley; M'edical Director, been forwarded to the State office duinng any illness but would have
Dr. Wayne Hendrix; Treasurer, Joe in Tampa. Gulf County's quota was to be relinquished if needed by a
Wilkie; Secretary, Mrs. Marvin set for $1400,.00. cancer patient.
Land and Public Health Officer, Mrs. Jane Lap.-yrouse, who was ,Any one interested in the Ameti-
Dr. Henry Langston. Directors and in charge of ticket sales ftor : the can Cancer Society, who would like
'committee chairmen will be an- Womanless Wedding gave'a short to get more details on the working
bounced later. report on the- Wedding and ticket of the Society or join us as a volun-
Mrs. Edna Rowell of Panama sales, which at the time amounted iteer can contact any member or
City, Field Representative, present- to $279.50. Pictures of the Wedding i officer. This work is very impor-
'ed Certificates of Recognition and made by Warren Pareseau,. were tant 'to all ot us.


FIGHTING SHARKS-Front row, left to right, Carl Zimmerman,
James Gibson, Tommy Grimsley, Wayne Stevens, Larry Davis, Ches-
ley Fensom, Joe Whaley, Michael McKenzie, Robbie Costin, George
Boyer.


Redd, Bob Kerrigan, Nelson Hall, Courtney Martin, Jimmy Dawson,
Bob Raffield and Jimmy Wilder.
Third row, left to right. Coach Marion Craig, Bob Munn, Drew
Hall. Willie Daniell, David Ray Musselwhite, Richard Arnold, Buddy


Second row, left to right, Bobby Burkett, Jimmy Williams, Terry Ward. Pat O'Brian, Ed Bobbitt, Gene Cox, Glenn Allgood,
Porter, Donnie Mac Young, Freddy Bowdoin, Howard Lovette, Jimmy Griffin, Kenny Marlow, Coach Lamar Falson. (Star



Sharks Travel To Apalachicola For



1959 Football Season Opener



, Frank
Photo)


HEAVY RAINS DUMP 12.09 INCHES

ON CITY DURING THE PAST WEEK


And the -rains came!
Fred Perry,' official weather
observer for Port St. Joe report-
ed to The Star this week that
Port St. Joe -has had 12.09 lucheas
of rainfall since last Thursday
at this same time.
From ail 'the water standing
around, many, people, thought
there was more rain than that.
Perry .said that the main rea.ouu
for 'the standing 'water was thbe
fact that steady 'rain had been
falling for three weeks -prior 'to
last week's deluge. These prior
rains had the .drainage ditches
.swollen .I,o .'apaci-ty and the
ground soaked -to capacity.
Perry -sild that more water
Lhan 'this has fallen at the same.
period of .time, but :absorption
circumsta'n.ose i-,were different-


The heaviest rainfall for the
Past week ,occurred this past
Sunday when 3.65 inches., fell
from 8:'10 a.m. Sunday morning
to 8:00 a.ui Monday morning.
Most-of this rainfall occurred be-
fore noupon on Sunday. The sec-
ond wettest 24-hour period was
from 8-00 a.m. Saturday to 8:00
a.m. Sunday when-2.a75 inches of
rain fall.,
R.ainfati for the' entire week
was as follows, with readings.:
recorded at 8:(u a.m. on .each
daiy mentioned.
Thridayv, Sept.-.0 ..i.-- ,5- -
Friday,'- Sept. .11 .._. ... 1,1
S Lttirday, Sept. 12 -...-- .. ,50-
Sunday, Sept. 13 -.....--. 2.75
.Monday, Sept. 14 :.. 8.65-
Tuesday, Spet. 15 --. 1.75,
Wednesday, Sept.16 .18....-- .80


Sharit Outlines Phone and exchange will be installed at
Wewahitchka ..and expanded ,ser-
Company Expansion vices will be ins-talled between
ll i.. -.X l": .- Port St. Joe and White City.
J. Shait, vice-pesidet of the Sharit said that it will interest
J. S git, vice-resien, of the local people to know that the com-
St. Joseph T hone.and Tsle.. pany is going to' install micro-wave
graph Company told the Kiwanis I throughout their sySteo t
1 -. .A s t res w towers throughout their system to
Club of the ,plans for- progress.now. hande d
.underway by the local company ,to place in the nation with no' waiting.
pand and improvtelephone e ser- Sharit said contracts will be let in
vice in their franchise area. Instalatlon
the near future for the installation
Sharil said that the- company had of .these towers, one of which will
recently obtained, a loan of $3,- be adjacent ,to the'Florida Bank at
20n 000 from t'he it-ral lectrifica- .. T ...... "-.... -.


-V'- ........... --, ....... rI- -P t Joe building, whnicn housess
tion Association for this expansion the -phone company offices. Sharit
program. said that all long distance calls
Paramount in the 'expansion .pro- from their entire system -will be
gram will be the installation of beamed through Port St. Joe and
'telephone service to any rural area then beamed to Panama City or
that desires' it throughout 'their Chi-pley where they will enter the
franchise area in Gulf, Bay, Frank- Southern Bell system.
lin, Calhoun, Jackson li-berty and
lin, Calhoun, Jackson, Liberty and Sharit said that at the end of the
dde Conte T expansion expansion program, Port St. Joe
will include- a new exchange for
will Inclhder A.now exchange for and surrounding Iarea will have one
the beaches area. Sharit said that ad s. ring aea w e on
he company has purchased -prof- the finest telephone systems in
the company -has purchased pro- e .. H .... t t pn
'perty at Beacon Hill near -the coun- he nat He said that t expan-
ty line for the .beagh exchange. :lon program in rural areas was
S-harit said that a new switchboard (Continued On Page 8)


City Receives

Plans For Work

At Hospital

The City of Port -St. Joe has re-
ceived the plans for the expansion
and renovation of the Municipal
Hospital, after,.eight months on the
architect's 'table.
The ,plans were received Monday
of this week and were studied at
the regular meeting of the Com-
mission Tuesday night.
In addition to -a sizeable addi-
ition to 'the Hospital, the plans call
for 'extensive remodeling of .the
-present building to 'rin It ..ipto
date, make It more fire-proof and
provide modern ;services.
SThe plans call for- a flat roof
structure of- modern design.
Features of the new expanded
building will be central air condi-
tioning and heating, Intercom sys-
tem, piped oxygen and other ser-
vices that go into -the modern hos-
pital.
The Commission has not formally
accepted the plans, however. In
Tuesday's meeting It was voted to
go over the plans with an engineer
to study for .possible changes that
would save money in construction.
The Commission did not plan to
make any radical changes, but on-
ly to seek instances where a frill
could be eliminated here or a touch
there that would not remove from
the serviceability of the Hospital
but would save on costs.
The Commission said that con-
struction ,on the building probably
would begin about the firit of the
year.
The plans still must be inspected
in Tallahassee, Atlanta, Ga., and
Washington, D. C. by various Hill-
Burton Fund agencies. The Hill-
Burton Fund is supplying 65 per-
cent of the money for the expansion
program.

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


TELEPHONE DIGNITARIES-The above men were istrumental in letting,the $240,000.00 contract for
construction- of facilities for the St. Joseph Telephone and Telegraph Company last Wednesday. They
are, left -to right, Marion Abrams, Loans Division, REA; Leslie Trawick, Trawick Construction Co.;
J. L. Sharit, Vice-President, St. Joseph Tel. & Tel.; Carsell Trawick, Trawick Construction Co.; M. A.
Wackym, REA Field Engineer anhd Jack Webster, Ladd Engineering Assoc., Birmingham. (Star photo)


By WILL 1. RAMSEY
Tomorrow night .the St. Joe Sharks will travel to Apalachicola
for the opener of ;.the 1959 football season. Many words 'have been
spoken and written about this game which is one of the oldest rival-
ries in the state. The Apalachicola fans seem to think that this will
be their `biggest football year- ih quite a while and a win over Port
St. Joe ib practically a must for them. However the Por.t St. Joe
plans have adopted a "show me" attitude and will concede nothing.
St. Joe has -won the last seven games of this long series and they
-will be out tomorrow to make it number eight.
The Chapman .team is blessed with a large number of returning
lettermen plus a much. heralded Quarterback who seems to be carry-
ing all the hopes of .t re Apalachicola team. The saying goes in the
teighlboting city, "as, Bloodworth goes, .so, goes Apalachicola."
The Sharks have. a well balanced team. with a strong but in-
experionced line. The backfield ha6s good material but also is very
short un experience Coach. Marion 'Craig has moved Willie Daniell
from fullback ovetl to halfback and has put hard-running Frank Grif-
fi into the starting fullback position. Bob Burkett, a speedy -scat-
back will run. the other halfback position and- Bob Muai has been'
assigned the starting Quarterback role.
'The Sharks' line. ill be'spotted with inexperilneed personnel.
The ends seem. to be the strongest position with two veterans, in
these. positions. However, with 'David .Mussel-white on the doubtful


ELEMENTARY

PTA MEETS TONITE

The first meeting of the year
for the Elementary School Par-
ent-Teacher Association will be
held tonight at 8:00 p.m. at the
Port St. Joe Elementary School.
President Bill Winters said
that the main order of business
will be a discussion of the an-
nual P-T A Hallowe'en carnival..
Prior to the .carnival discus-
sion, Elementary Principal JHu-
bert Richards will introduce all
of the teachers in the school for
this year.
Winters said that plans for
the annual PTA Carnival are al-
ready well advanced with meet-
. Ings already held by members
of the Carnival committee and
individual room chairmen.
All members of the Elementary
P-T A will be expected to at-
tend the meeting tonight to re-
gister for another year. All per-
sons interested in P-T A are urg-
ed to attend and Joln the organi-
zation.



list, due to injuries, big Buddy Ward, who is a very fine player, will
probably draw the nod on the starting right end position. Glenn Al-
ligood, another letterman will fill the other end position. Ed Bobbitt
-and Terry Porter will probably draw the starting assignment on .the
tackle positions,* backed up 'by big Gene Cox, Joe Whaley, Jimmy
Williams san.d Pat McFarland.
-Pat O'Brian and Jimmy R'dd will draw 'thestarting .assign-ment
'at guard with Courtney Martin, Bob Raffield, Robbie Costin and Carl
Zimmerman in reserve.
-Howard Lovett,-a 'good,_level heeaded and plenty rugged boy will
probably be the mainstay at center. He will be backed up by Kenny
Marlow, another scrapper but short on size.
Reserve -ends are Wayne Stevens, Don Young, George Boyer,
Wayne Blackburn, Richard Arnold and James Gibson. -.
Other br-ackield players expected to see lots of action are Fred-
dly Bowdoin. ,luarr'rback; Ch'hsley Fensom, .ullback; and halfbacks
Drew Hall, N-~liuu Hall, Jimmy Dawson,. Bob -Kerrigan, Mike Mec-
Kenzie, Steve Kennedy and Jimmy: Wilder.
Coach Marion Craig has been experimenting with the two pla-'
toon system tr:,-ina to work. out a good offensive and detenal:e team.
Craia says the teamn i9 rounding into shape pretty we1ll and 4th4y
should make a 'good showing in,'Apalaohlcola. Craig's closing stata.-
ment was, "Just don't'let it rain", which was a lot to ask for the-way
things have.been lately.

V. R. Anderson Attending Highland View Church
Car Show At Dearborn ,
-- Plans Free Movie
Vie R. Anderson oWner 'of the
St. Joe Motor Company, will make -The Highland View. Methodist
a special visit to the Ford Motor Church will present a film Sunday
Company headquarters;'in Dearborn night, September 20 at 7:30 p.m.
September 14-16 to view the 1960 The film, entitled, "TheStreet",
cars and trucks, meet face-to-face is the stirring true drama of a
with the engineers who designed small-town boy who turned his
them, and discuss with Henry Ford back. on God and finally cried to
II 'and others the promise that the Him out of the blackness of skid
forthcoming .decade holds for the 'row.
national economy and the automo- The -public is cordially invited
bile industry. ito attend the showing of "Thp
This, Dearborn preview marks jStreet" presented free 'and starr-
the first time in a quarter century 'ing James Hughes.
that all 7,000 Ford 'dealers' have _k
been invited to the company's head- BROTHER-IN-LAW OF
quarters. MRS. PARKER PASSES AWAY "
The local dealer will see the new
Fords unveiled in' a Broadw.ay-ty.pe D. L. Thrash, brother-in-law of
show featuring R'ay Bolger, Jane Mrs. T. E. Parker, Sr., passed away
Powell and Blackstone Ithe Magi- last Friday night, September 11 ;at
cian. Tennessee Ernie Fdrd and his home in Tallahassee.
Rosemary Clooney will also be tea- Mrs. Parker is spending this-
'tured during the three-day .preview week In -Tallahassee -with her sis-
ter.
Mrs. Myrtle Baker, nurse at the .-
W. T. Edwards Hos'pital and a Visiting In Alabama
friend, Lloyd Hall, visited Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Costin are vis-
'in the home of Mr and Mrs. A. S. citing Dr. and Mrs. Tom Gibson in
C! hason. Huntsville, Ala., this week.


- I -


B. GENE WILLIAMS
B. G. Williams To
Speak To Methodists

B. Gene Williams of Andalusia,
Alabama will be ithe guest speak-
er -at the First Methodist Church
this Sunday.
Williams is .Secretary of Stew-
ardship and Tithing, Board of Lay
Activities, Alabama-West Florida
Conference of .ithe Methodist
Church. He 'will conduct the Ev-
O..nnQ. nf-th-a i tz


eiy-iviemer C.anvas.a s u' VeL i'r Hamburg, Germany Times-News; Griffin, a banker of ed to the ground, but in West Ber-
Methodist Church in Port St. Joe Tuesday morning, 6:25 a.m.' Tampa; Witt, investment broker lin they have recovered, building
which begins Sunday. .(12:25 a.m. St. Joe Time) .of Tampa;, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Deal, a modern city to replace 'the old.
I Williams works closely with. the Travel in the West: Orlando, Amy 'and myself.. Hundreds of new buildings have
Conference Lay Leader of 'the Ala- You leave New York at 9:30 p.m. Naturally, we took in all 'the been built. You would think you
bama-West Florida Conference. The via new 707 jet for Ireland. Jet fly- sights in Havelon, which 'is full of were in New York. But in East
work that he is.doing has the bless- ing is a new experience that you history .and custom. The -people Berlin-nothing. The burned out
Ing of not only the conference board haven't had. No noise only like a are very polite. buildings and the whole town looks
of lay activities but of Bishop window -air conditioner. At 1:30 Saturday,-after our arrival here like a burned over forest.
Bachman G. Hodge of the Birming- a.m. New York time, -at 4400 the in Ireland, we took off for Berlin I am having a wonderful time
ham Area and his nine-man cabinet sun comes up. You 'have just lost via Hamburg. Our most outstand- with my Polaroid camera. I took
of district superintendents. six hours -that you never get back. ing event in 'Berlin was in our a 'picture of a Russian officer in
Arrive Havelon Airport 9:15 a.m. meeting with the Mayor .of West East Berlin and gave him the pic-
His chief task is promoting Chris- Trip ,ha taken six hours and 45 Berlin, Willy Brandt. He is, a most ture in 60 seconds. When we were
tian Stewardship: to promote the minutes. Check through customs. impressive and unusual man. This leaving over 50 Russian soldiers
simultaneous every-member 'can- Nothing to it. A bus takes you to interview with the Mayor lasted were gathered around him and Amy
vass, tihithing aiid the whole area of a hotel. for an hour and 15 minutes. Natur- got a movie shot of this. They just
Christian Stewardship. We are staying at -the Westburg ally, -the Berlin problem was ,dis- couldn't believe it.
Hotel in Ireland. It is new 'and mo- cussed at length. With all the news We .attended Rotary in London
Women's Cage League dern. Most of the traveling Ameri- men along, we naturally met with and Berlin. Rotary is the one thing
Open For Members cans stay there. In the afternoon the foreign correspondents of Unit- that all these men seem ,to agree
we met at the American Foreign ed Press, Associated Press and oth- on. They meet on common grounds
All women interested in playing Office for an interview. This little er news representatives in Ber- of brotherhood around 'the dinner
basketball are urged to meet conference lasted for an hour and lin. Joe Fleming,l head of the Ber- table and 'the tensions are forgot-
Thursday night ,at 7:30 ,p.m. 'at 45 minutes. lin news staff was, our guide. ten.
the Gentiennial Building. If you Our party is made up of John There is 'as much difference in We will see all the sights here
.are unable to attend 'and you McDermott, Miami Herald; Clen- West Berlin and East Berlin -as and then move on 'to Warsaw and
Would like to play call 9-1876. dennin, : Editor, Tampa Tribune; day and night. The "workers .para- behind the Iron Curtain of Russia.
All applicants are urged to be Dunkinberger, Editor, Nashville dise" in East Berlin is hard to un- Regards,
,prepared to -practice-tfor try outs. Banner; Hayden, Editor, Kingsport derstand. All of Berlin was bomb- GEORGE
a


.Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley,"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the


Tpper Writes About His Journey To Germany











































Miss Betty Boles Becomes Bride of

Lt. Eugene T. Ford In Nashville, Tenn.
Miss Betty Boles, daughter of God, officiated.
Mr. and Mrs. Tildon Speuce-r Boles i The altar in 'the chapel was
of Donelsou, Tennessee became banked with palms and centered
hte-bride of It. Eugene Thomas with an arrangement Of carnations
Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry flauked by candles in silver can-
L. Ford of POrt St. Joe, at 8:00 delabra.
p.m. Friday, August 14 at the Tulip A program of nuptial music was
Street Methodist chapsi in Nash- presented by Harry Husband, vo-
vlle. Tennessee. callst. '
The Rev. M. E. Roberson, pastor The bride was given in marriage
of. the Meridian Street Church of by her father. She wore a floor,


American Family


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Takes great pleasure in announcing
the appointnient of



Mrs .E thel Gay

as their representative in Port St. Joe

Mrs. Gay has 10 years experience in the Insurance
business and is well qualified to serve your mo-
dern insurance needs.
Mrs. Gay has a new policy- for her many friends
that has never been offered before.


It Pays Up To $5,450.00 For

Treatment of Cancer
with
NO WAITING PERIOD
NO AGE LIMIT
NO MEDICAL EXAMINATION
CONTACT HER NOW!
She will be glad to serve you


length gown of white Chantilly lace
in a rose .pattern. over matching
taffeta. A molded bodice featured
a modified Sablrina neckline and
long lace sleeves pointed over -the
wrists. Her fingertip veil of illu-
sion fell from a la&& crown iembroi-
dered with bridal pearls. She car-
ried a white prayer book and a
cluster of orchids, lilies of the val-
ley anid stepbhaiotis.
Miss Loietta Adams served as"
maid of honor. She wore a white
organdy dress .patterned with yel-
low roses, which featured a yellow
cummerbund caught to the bact In
a bustle effect. Her flowers were
white daisies with yellow centers.
Harry L. Ford was his son's best
man. Joseph M. Marshall of Apa-
lachicola and Horace Leaver, Jr.,
were ushers.
A reception at, .he Colemere
club, given by the bride's parents,
followed the ceremony. For the oc-
casion, the reception rooms were
decorated With Vases of ,pink and
white carnations.
After -the reception, the couple
left for a wedding trip to Gatlin-
burg. Upon their return they Will
reside at 3405 McGavock pike In
Nashyille.

Gladioli Circle Meets
With Mrs. Cooper
The Gladiolus Circle of 'the Oar-
den Club met at the home of Mrs.
George Cooper, Thursday, Septem-
ber 10, with Mrs. Cceil Hewett as
co-hostess.
Due to 'the absence of the chair-
man, Mrs. Croxton, the co-chairman,
Mrs. Sid Brown, presided.
Mrs. Ralph Nance was In charge
of the program for the 'day -and
made and presented 12 arrange-
ments.
Mrs. Terry Hinote assisted Mrs.
Nance in making an arrangement,
for the 18 membeti' present ,to see
a "Do It Yourself" plan', showing
a Line Mass Arraongeme6nt andd how
it is made.
Mrs. Harry Fo d ig f4,
interesting and informative 'talk on'
Conservation in general.
After the business session ddll-
cious fefreshmenif, punch, decor-
ated cake squares anil nita, were
served 'by the hostbesee

Wesleyan Guild
Has Meeting


The Wesleyan Guild of the First
Methodist Ohurch met Tueslday,
September 8 at the home of Mrs.
Merle Wood at 1031 McClellan Ave-
nue. The business 'meeting was
conducted by Miss Dean Stevens.
president. The supper for ithe Men's
C!ub on September 22 Was discuss
sed.
Mrs. Jackie Quarles presented a
S.program concerned with being bet-
ter Guild members and 'duties of
Guild members. The meeting was
closed and delicious refreshments
were served by Mrs. Wood and .the
cohostess, Mrs. James Tankersley.
Members present were: Mrs.
Merle Wood, Mrs. James Tankers-
lay, Mrs. Faye Pridgeon, Mrs. Dor-
is .Whealton, Mrs. Dean Stevens.
Mrs. Dorothy Walters, Mrs. Verna
Smith, Mrs. Jackie Quarles. Guests
were: Mrs. Eleanor Nicholson, M i.
H. D. White, Mrs. Petty, and Mrs.
Jacklo Wright.
The neXt event 'which e Guild
will take ipat in u s the 'Methodist
Men's Club supper on September
.22.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1959


Mr. and M ,rs. Roger Hubert Brins.on ot Port St. Joe announce
the engagement of their daughter Sibbie Bell to Dillon Farris Smith,
Jr., of Port St. Joe, son ,of Dillon Farris Smith, Sr., and the late Mrs.
Smith of Pensacola.
The bride-elect is a graduate of Port St. Joe High School and
Florida State University, where ,she received her degree in Elemen-
tary Education. She is presently a member of the faculty of -the
Tyndall Elementary School, Pawama City.
Mr. Smith is a graduate of Catholic High School of Pensacola,
and the University of Florida where he earned his degree In Mechani-
oal Engineerihg. He was a member of the Sigma Phi Epsilon social
fraternity. He Is presently employed by the S.t Joe Paper Company,
Pert St. Joe.

Mrs. Cliff Ellis Hostess To Mrs. L. W. Cox, program chalr-
TFiltt Bptifit Circle No. 2 man, brought th6 devotional taken
S t a from Ecclesiastes 5:1-7.
G'irle 2 of the 'First Baptist
'Church 'm!et In the homr of Mrs. Due to the absence of the circle,
Cliff Ellisa Monday afternoon at chairman, Mirs. Roy Irwin, the
3:00 -p.m. meeting was presided over by Mrs.


Otis Pyle.
During the short business meet-
ing good reports were given by
each chairman and visitation was
stressed after which Mrs. Emory
Stephens dismissed .the meeting
with prayer.
Delicious refreshments Were ser-
ved by the hostess.-

Elementary School

Lunch Room Menu
r
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, September 21
Spiced ham slices, fresh purple
hull peas, lettuce and tomato sal-
ad, peanut butter and graham
cracker sandwiches, white bread


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and milk.
Tuesday, September 22
Chicken and noodles. English
peas, sliced tomatoes, peach crisp,
wheat bread and milk.
Wednesday, September 23
Barbecue lima beans and spare-
ribs, buttered spinach, carrot atcki,
fresh grapes, white bread and
milk.
Thursday, September 24
Pork chops, rutabagas, buttered
rice, celery .sticks, grandmas' mo-
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and milk.
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Scrambled eggs, -cheese -wedges,
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STHE STAR,'Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1959


Marlin-Presnell

Vows Exchanged"

Miss Sharon June Mariin, laugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Marlin of
Bloom~igton, 'Indiana and Lewis
Owen Presnell, on of Mr. and Mrs.
B. L. Preanell of Port St. Joe were
united in marriage Saturday, Sep-
tember 5 at 7:30 p.m. at the East
Side .Church of the, Natarene in
Bloomington, Indiana. "Rev. C. G.
Bohannan officiated at the cere-
mony. .
SMiss M'arlinwas given in mar-
riage by her father.
The wedding was held by candle-
light. The church was decorated
with palms and baskets of white
flowers surrounding 'the altar.
Special music was .presented by
Larry Ryser who ,sang "Now and
for Always", "Footprints of Jesus"'
and "The Wedding Prayer". He
was accompanied at the organ by
Mrs. C. G. Bobannan. Mrs. Bohan-
nan rendered several appropriate
selections during the ceremony.
Wayne Whitaker, bryther-ln-law
of the bride served as best man.
Don, Marlin and Ray Marlin, bro-
thers of the brldn, all of Indian-
apolis, Indiana were ushers.
Maid of honor was Mrs. Audrey
Whitaker, -sister of .the bride of In-
Sdianapolia. Her dress was a laven-
der balloon .tyle with white lace
'around 'the bodice and down the
back. The .bridesmaids were Mrs.
Elsie Evans of Port St. Joe, .sister
of the bride and Miss Georgeann
Marlin. of Indianapolis., niece of the
bride. They were dressed to match
the matron of honor.'. :
Flower girl was. Miss Terry
Baugh of Bloomington. She wore
a white lace 'dress. Ringbearer was
Kim Duane Whitaker of Indianap-
olis.
The bride was baeutiful in- a bal-
lerina length gown of tulle 'and lace
over satin, designed with a molded
bodice 'and long sleeves which ta-
'pered to points ,over the wrists. A
yell of tulle with attached pearled
crown completed her wedding en-
'eemble. The bride carried a bou-
quet of white Amazon lilies, white
stephanotis, orchids, carnations and
ivy.
The bridesmaids carired bou-
quets of yellow and lavender car-
nations with ivy.
The mother of the bride wore a
dark and light blue varigated dress
and a corsage of white roses. -
The mother of the groom wore
a !dusty rose chantilly lace with a
white rose corsage.
Following the ceremony a recep-
tion was 'held in the home of -the
bride's parents. The. bride's table
was centered with 'a four-tier .cake
decorated with yellow roses $and
lavender bell's. The table was dec-
orated with ivy.
Serving dfiring the reception
were Miss Carol Payiton, Miss Mar-
cene Miller, Mrs. Gene Marlin, Mrs.
William Newton, Mrs. Galen Fox
and Miss Ann Marlin.
The couple is now at home in
Port St. Joe where the groom is
employed, at then Michigan Chemi-
cal Corporati6n.
The bride attended Bloomington
High School. She was graduated
from Port St. Joe High School this
past June. The groom attended
school and graduated from Port St.
Joe High School. He also graduated
from Chipola Junior College.
Out of town guests included Mrs.
Lewis Presnell, Mrs. Arne Larson
and Mrs. Gene McCormick, all of
Port St. Joe.


NEWS'FROM

OAK GROVE
By VIVIAN RAY


Scouts Display

Interesting

'Hobby Show

SECOND SHOW
SCHEDULED TONIGHT

Port St. Joe's Troop 47 of the
Boy Scouts -of America featured a
hobby 'show last Thursday night at
8:00 p.m. at the Scout Hut on
Tenth Street.
T Displayed ,by 'the Scouts were
various .exhibits of hobbies indulg-
ed in by the boys. On display were
exhibitions of .coin collections,
(tahipp collections. Collections of,
rocks, pottery, 'arrow heads, guns,
bones, models ,and many other as-
sortde ,groupings.
One of the main attractions was
an exhibit made by Clyde Farmer
('pictured top 'below). Clyde's dis-
play featured 'several- items that
were instrumental in his receiving
merit 'badges. In addition 'to a dis-
play of old relics, such. ,as bits of
pottery, money, rocks, 'etc., he 'had
on display a moulted crow that he
had stuft'ed and mounted himself.
He 'also had on display a cut-away
bee colony. TLie bee. colony had
been- taken live .by. Clyde and by
some 'process known only. to him,
,had been preserved intact, with the
bees.. A hive was In the display in
,a cut-away which showed the in-
side workings of the ive.
Clyde lhad several .guuns on display
with carved stocks, which he had
carved himself.


S rPhone OBAl -II7-9 Another ;iiier'".tin, diii,lay was
a -display -of several different types
Mrs. Jessie Anderson spent two of bones, including turtle ,squlfs,
'weeks visiting friends and relatives in alligator skull 'and several other
in Savannah, Georgia. ,unusual. skulls. .This display be-
Nathan Dykes, Mrs.. Dora Dykes, loged to Scoutmaster John Sim p-
Mrs. Stella Norris, Mrs. Julia May son (bottom picture)..
Norris motored to Panama City Byron Eells, III had. probably the
.Saturday on business. most lingered over -display ,of .the
Miss Melba Butts left .Sunday for entire show. It seems that Byron's
Hattiesburg, Mississippi, where she hobby is collecting :old photographs
will attend Mississippi Senior Col- of Port St. Joe. He had several ,on
ge hand, showing scenes of Port St.
Mr. and Mrs. William Earl Pul- Joe in its earliest .days. Some very
lin were the guests of ,Mr. and Mrs. 'fine pictures showed 'the former
Jessie Anderson last week. ,each', -facilitids that 'attracted
Mrs. Pearl M'acFarland has re- hosts 'of visitors in. days gone by.
turned home sater' being a patient Many of the exhibits were well
in 'the Municipal HospiLal. laid out.'and bore witness to the
Wallace Hall Is visiting his. mno- fact that some -of the scouts devote
[her -and father,;Mr. .and Mrs. Cleve- quite a bit of' their time to 'hobbles.
land Hall. .O O.e such 'hobby for instance,.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deese motored was.a coin collection belonging to
-to Panam.a City .Monday visiting Gayle Griffin. Gayle had a large
their Qon and family,. Mr. And Mrs. variety of both American and for-
Edgar Deese. eign coins of all ages.
Mr. and Mrs. V-Willis Lipford and The Secouts are scheduled to
children spent Sunday visiting the give their hobby show again to-
l.atter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.-Cleve- night for the viewing of .the ipub-
land Hall. lic. The Scouts invite anyone who
so desires to come by and look
GO TO CHURCH- SUNDAY over their displays. There is no
charge.
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Sept. 17

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The Tattler


Published by
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
222 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
PHONE BALL 7-4261
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
."Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little fun"


STORE' PERSONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
J. BASIL McKNIGHT ... Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes ,
EARLINE SNELL Ladies' and Children's Ready4o-Wear
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
ESTHER TAYLOR MARY REEVES JIMMY STEPHENS

BOYLES INTERVIEWS LOCAL BAND DIRECTOR ...
FINDS BEATING THE BAND A BIG 1JOBI
In the process of staging this Beat The Band Sale,-The Tattler had
the opportunity of a pleasant and educational visit with local high school
band director, Mr. Herman R. Dean.
We found Herman in his work room of the band section very busy
with something having the appearance- of a giant tooth pick. Being dumb
about music, instruments and band business in general we didn't know
he was actually in the process of manufacturing oboe and bassoon reeds.
Curiosity aroused, we started firing questions right and left. We learned
far more thin space will permit us to print here. However, the follow-
ing interesting, significant facts cover the highlights of our discoveries.
Herman started .studying music when he was 9 years old and looks
much younger 'than his 60 years (I heard you say it (age), Herman, did
you mean for me 'to tell?). He is now in his 6th year at Port St. Joe High
School. He is a thoroughly qualified instrumental instructor with long,
wide and. deep experience that includes Beating The Band in the Navy
in 1917 and association with the Philip R. Sousa Band. Well seasoned and
devoted to 'his work, Herman emphasizes the high qualities and funda-
mental values of music to the individual and life in general. He feels that
the true accomplishments are made in band room and may not be did's
cernable in public showmanship and display. He concentrates his efforts
on the band room work 'seeking to produce individual growth and devel-
opment. We perceive that Herman's general attitude is one -that sees and
hears music in God's creation. He.'smiled when we asked him about hob-
bies and replied that he had several, one being concrete and brick work.
He is now in the process of protecting and beautifying the spacious cor-
ner lot on which he lives at 419 18th St. with a- 2 ft. by 250. ft. brick wall.
Well, Herman is one of those guys who "Thinks for Himself"! (We did
not inquire about his brand of cigarettes!) Should you decide to pay
Shim a visit about 9 a.m. Monday thru Friday you'll no doubt find him
busy as a bee in his work shop adjacent to band room at the high school.
He calls 'this 'a FREE period!
Herman states ithe band had 13 members when he came to Port St.
Joe. Now; the Senior Band has 83 members, the Junior Band 59. We'll
'have 'to 'admit that kind of an increase is ahead of Boyles Beat the Band
Bargains! This project has a $2,400 budget in the school funds. It is es-
timated the band actually spends about $4,000 yearly. The additional
money is raised by The Band Boosters Association which includes mer-
chants (Boyles Dept. Store is a charter member), parents and citizens.
Band earnings represent a small 'amount 'and Herman sells oboe and
'bassoon reeds .to other schools and bands to help the cause He
makes more 'than the local band uses. Herman expressed his apprecia-
tion of the support of the BBA, .civic clubs, parents and other organiza-
tions. We have a list of the various instruments but space permits us
to print only the grand total-198 plus other small items and represent-
ing an investment of $16,000 to $18,000. For other interesting and addi-
tional information about your band have a little visit and chat with Mr.
Dean .. It will be interesting and revealing in more ways 'than Beat
The Band and Beat Boyles Bargains!. Must mention the Band has a
Double C classifications and ratings are superior. Boyles may Beat The
Bargain Band but beating the St. Joe High School Band is another thing!
Best wishes, Herman R. Dean and each member of your band! Boyles Is
behind you and will even sell Purple Ties to go in front of you!
S'long R.G.B.
P. S. Personals: Go to the band this week Listen each morning
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tOOLATETO /

CLASSIFY.
By RUSSELL KAY
Florida Trend, the magazine that
keeps us informed on business and
industry, likes to feel the public
pulse from time to time and re-
cently conducted an interesting
poll on the subject of Florida's
governors.
They wanted dto -find out what
lawyers. as. a group and business
men as 'a group thought about the
governors who have served Florida
during the past 20 years. How
should they be rated from the
standpoint of ability ,and accom-
plishmento?. Which of the 10 men
elected to office during the period
best served the state?
Questionnaires wree -sent to sev-
eral hundred prominent lawyers
,and top flight business executives,
men who had been in the state dur-
ing the several administrations,
were cognizant of progress and de-]


velopment during the period. and oberr*wv Allan Morris. THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1965
Participants receiving the ques- On a poWit system business ex-
,tion-naire wecutve put wakr-time governor rend p -- ,._:- v ... .ro.
each governor from John W. Mar- present-day Senator Spessard L.
tin to LeRoy Collins under four Holland at the top of -the list with
classifications choosing those they a total of 1,291 votes in the "out- -'
considered "Outstanding", "High", standing" column. -
"Average", and "Low", indicating In the "high" column we find ......-- ----- -- ...1_
their highest admiration in so mark- Collins leading with a -total of 1,000 ---" --- | -- -
ing the ballot. They were not asked votes while following closely in the '.-....... -- N
to -sign it-heir names so their ballot same ,bracket were Doyle E. Carl- *. .
-however marked was secret as far ton, the depression gvoernor with -.F i,
as their personal identity was con- 937, -Millard Caldwell with 874, and. -
cerned. John W. Martin with 400. ..
SIn the "average" column were.
A large percentage of the legal I he "average" colmn were. -
Fred P. Cone with 281, Fuller War-
and business leaders responded, renwith 215, and Dave Sholtz with- ^ "
marking ,their ballots on the basis ren with 215, an Dave rnatholtz with
of ,their own good judgment. Whe 208. Low man on. -the gubernatorial
-of their own good judgment. When
results were finally tabulated it totem .pole was Charley Johns with
results were finally tabulated It a Tote of 609 in -the "low" category. -
was interesting .to ,note how the le-a ote ol we9 tthe low categ ide
gal minds compared with those of d
he busnes executives and they chose Millard F. Caldwell
the business executives pbih"outstanding" with a total of 1,105.
Results of he poll were ublish- In the "high" column they chose
ed in -the current issue of Trend to- o
gether with a review of the 'activi- Helland with 993 votes and Doyle .
tr r ie tht i E. Carlton with 817. Governor Le- .
ty and accomplishmentt of -each -ad- C. ern
t n ao lhm o ucRoy Collins rated only as "aver -
inistration compiled by one of age"o along with John W. Martin
Florida's foremost political analysts eCollins renei ved 724 votes I n this
category ---rd Martin 558. Dave
Sholtz trailed with 96 votes and =
Fuller Warren with 14. Charley
Johns took the low spot on the law-
yers vote, being so rated by-500."A
McCarty, was not included in the
poll because of his tragic death
/~'7' after only a few months in office. ..
/ '"' f 'Politically it appears that Flor--'" '
I ida lawyers and Florida business--,. -
men do not think alike. How about
you? flow would you have rated
_our last 1.0 governors? Would- you D n i I *
go along with t-he business men or the Wililamses dates its stat with D n IsW iliams
.'- side with the lawyers or would you pioneer West Florida cattleman, Jackson
ignore their opinions and upset their Andrew Elton Williams, who set- at Ft.Jackson
applecart altogether? 'tied near here in 1822 and reared
.I a family of 23 children.
_~F. FT. JACKSON, S. C.-Recruit
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Williams Reunion

Expect Big Crowd

GRACEVILLE- The percentage
of invited guests who make itt t
this year's annual Williams fam-
ily reunion is expected to be real
er than usual, particularly amoni
politicos and would-be state offJ
cials.
The 56th annual Williams reun
ion, scheduled for -the tradition
first Thursday in October at Gall
lee Church a few miles soith o
here off State Road 77,. has long
been a "must" V or those who maiiU
tain their political fences,
The tremendous aele of the Wil
llama clan in Florida has led to
the saying that it holds the balance
of power In-a statewide election
This is perhaps no longer true, I
Florida's modern growth era, bu
there will still be much politick
Ing in progress when the big crowd
gathers under the oaks in this a
miliar setting on October 1.
Chairman Deaver Mitchell, Grace
ville, said 'he is certainly making
preparations to accommodate
greater attendance than the ap
proximately 2,000 members and
guests which showed last year. He
said they cam6 trom clearly all of
Florida's 67 counties, from 15
states and two or three foreign
countries.
Widely -publicized as one of
America',s largest and- most pic
turesque -families, this branch of


r er, Te years, e > r, a T
llamses have become known for
their loyalty one to another and
for their traditional family get-
together.


1o 60TAA

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Ll symptomatic
S.666RELIEF


FOR SALE
- Beach cottage completely fur-
o nished. On Indian Pase Beach.
S Foermirly J. 0. Anderson cot-
tagie.
E W. O0 or R. F. ANDERSON
l


Dennis Wllams, seated,seated, of Port
St. Joe tells Major General Harry
W. Johnson (standing, left), how
he. keeps score on Trainfire rifle
marksmanship at Fort Jackson,
South Carolina. General Johnson,
Deputy Chief of Staff for Combat
Developments at the U. S. Conti-
nental Army Command, stopped at
the range during a tour of training
facilities -at Fort Jackson. Recruit
Williams, keeping score and calling
shots while a buddy fires, is in the
third week of basic training in D
Company, 19th Battalion, '5th Train-
ing Regiment at Fort Jackson.
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- THE STAR, Port St. Joe, ,Florida THURSDAYSEPt-EMBEtR 1.,195 'the Minutes of January 28, 1957, ro- i Master Sergeant A. 0. Blalo *
fleets that Mr. Brogdon agreed to Gene W J Panama City Army Recruiting Sta- E rnngs
give the needed clay in 'exchange .ion Commander, announces, .
T Hfor some dozer work, buthe Cou Regular rmy graduate of Port Record
,ty did 'not enter in-to such a propo- Woodma 1959 g two
s'tion; that lon January 31', 1959, S. 'g e ligh SChaol, entinted Aider erig od t
Mr. Brogdon entered into an agree- the Army's vocational training pro- ..
-ment to sell the County the neces- Gene Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. gm Ifor assignment in the Ad- The earnings of Florida last year
abts Every Thursday At.306 Williams Avenue, Prt St.-Joe, Floida sary clay for $546 'and that a heck Gabe Wood, Port -St. Joe,. joined last ea3
PubBa Every T he PubiA% iln esA PortSJoeFlorida was ssuedto im rt hat amount the Regular Army l caame a record total of $8,334-
after this agreement was closed, ve c al. ra ,. up S per cent from 1957, a
WseL R. RAMSY Editor and Publisher ithe County agreed to cut a drain- the vocational training program,.. rate airn which* ranked Florida
Ain Laotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Oolmanist, eporter, Proof dReaer age ditch from the clay pit to the i ic an e
and Bookkoeep edge, of the Dead Lakes in order OF ADMINISTRATRIX in ixt pace among the states.
NE YEAR. 8300 SIX MONTHS $1.501' THREE MONTHS $127.50 that the water would not -stand -in
Y UBSCAR, RIPTIONS INVARIABLY AABLE IN ADVANCE the pit., After consideration, TO AL WH IT Li the southeast income
..-~ ~ ...otBoard directed the Road Superin- MAY CONCERN: I cent and he atonal
teredas second-lassatt ecer, 197, at the office Port St. Jo tendent to cut the drainage ditch Notice is hereby given that i aver_ :.-, up c 2,per cent, the Fln-
DIAL. BA0l 7-8161 as outlined above. have filed my final returns as ad- .r.dA StatL Chamber of Commerce
The bills were presented, exam- ministratrix of the estate r of Laur
TO ADVERTISERS-In ease of error or d6mielions i advertisements, the publiher ined and ordered paid. Jean" Stevens, deceased; that I .:/reported lafl week o .
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than mount received for such ,There being no further business have filed my petition for final lFi. -*mn private industries, farming
advertdmemaet. to come 'before the meeting, it did discharge, and that I will appTly ,to
sp okn word is given scan' t attention; the printed word isthoughtfully then aiourn. the Honorable Sam ?. Husband. '
e d. The kenword asserts; the printed w thoroughly convinces. ATTEST: County Judge to Gulf County, Flour n' lititlate Field.
hGeorgeY. C Geo. W. Cooper ida, -on October 19, 1959, for apprco 'Ai r ai :i.ents for 'hi'.three en-
Clerk Chairman val of the same and for final dis-
INUTES OF THE Joe $75.00 on the Hospital bill of ; er a minitsratri te es- iit assignment under this
MTary Ann Lrramore. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S tate of Laura Jean StE.ei i de ". -p,' ,_,', m were made thru
COUNTY COMMISSION The Clerk was -directed to write COURT, IN AND FOR GULF ceased. '-.-.." '-'i i PahaimU City Army Recruiting
to the St. Joe Paper Company and COUNTY, FLORIDA. September 10, 1959. n. 3 West Oak Avenue in
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA request a garbage ,disposal ste -on IN PROBATE. /s/ Mabel G. Christmas ,ri n, 23 West Oak Avenue in
SEPTEMBER 8, 1959 State Road 71 .near the 'old gar- IN RE: Estate of Administratrix of thIe Estate. City
The Board of County Commis, bage site. LAURA JEAN STEVENS, of Laura Jean Steveus. H He v.'a sent to Fort Jackson,
loner, of Gulf County, Florida, met Whereupon, the Board of Public Deceased. ".eceased. E.'.".'.- Sout l Ciarlina for his 'first duty
this date in regular session with Instruction of Gulf County, Florida, NOTICE OF FILING PETITION /s/ Cecil G. Cos-tin, '. GENE WOOD station.
the following. members .Present: 1 i ,,,, rtifed the at e mill1a- PFOR FINA nieLr-iARGF Aftorney for Administraitrix 4t GENE WOOP -ation.


and business of all types, Florld-
i.ans earned $6,582,000,000 last year,
,or 79 .per cent of their total income.
The 21 per cent balance ($1,752,
000,000) of Floridians' income came
from public salaries, wage and pay-
ments. The .national ratio was 82
per cent from private sources and
18 ,per cent from public sources.
The full impact of federal .sp snd-
ing is not revealed by these ratios,
however, as profits of private firms
doing business with public agen-
cies -are classified as- private in-
come.
From 195.7 to, 1958 earnings of
Floridians from private sources
gained 7 per cent. At the same time
Ifderal government payrolla and
payments ,ito Floridians grew by 10
per cent and payrolls of state and
local governments increased 19%.
Not included in the total income
figure is a sum of $148 million
,which Floridians contributed to the
social insurance program last year.

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George W. Cooper, Chairman, E-. C.
Harden, Sr., A. J. Strickland, and
Coleman W. Tharpe. 'The Clerk,
Sheriff, Attorney, Road Superinten-
dent and Mosquito Control Super-
visor were also-present. .
The meeting came to order at
9:00 a.m.-
The Minutes of August 11 and
-25 were -read, approved and adopt.
m ed. -


necessary for 'the County 'School
Funds, the Board of County Com-
missioners. of Gulf County, Florida,
hereby declare 'the rate on the dol-
lar upon all property lying and be-
ing within the. County of Gulf and
State of Florida, on the first day,
of January, 1959, as follows:
County Current School Fund, 10
millT.
Special Tax School District Cur-


Upon, motion'- by Commissioner rent Fund 10 mills.
Strickland, seconded by Commig-
Stoner Th&re .Add duly carried. District Bond Interest aund Sink-
the Board, voted -to pay the, Comi n ig .Fund 2.125 mills.'
forter Funeral Home $75.00 for cas- A discussion was had with ;ref-
ket -and funeral service "efor Jcak erence to paving the two hills on
Carter.gnolia Landing Road. Commis-
Oaiter. ,s:.. ioner Harden said he has an esti-
The Trustees of the Internail Im- mate of the Cost on -paving the two
provement Fund of ,the State of hills, which is 'approximately 1500
Florida filed its Certificate of Ap- feet; that the coat of all materials
proval for- Establishment of Bulk- 'would be $2,213.46 with the County
head 'Line as per the resolution Road Dep.irtment doing -all the
adopted by this. Board on August work. It was decided that the Coun-
4, 1958, as to the 'application from fty Road Department begin this
Pick Hollinger, et .al. The same work on September 9, 1959.
was ordered recorded in the Pub- Commissioner Croxton informed
lie Records of Gulf County -at the' the Board, that Clyde Brogdon is
-expense of the Petitioners, requesting the County to dig a ca-
The Board directed.the Clerk to nal from his clay pit to the channel
add ithe following names to -the of the Dead Lakes; that Mr. Brog-
Ccunty Indigent Mothers' and Pen- don is claiming that the County
slon Roll, beginning this .date:%, I promised him that this would be
Indigent Roll, Mae Creamer, done as part of the consideration
$15.00. forithe. clay he 'sold the County for
Mother's Pension, Bernice Glass useein constructing the temporary
$6.00. bridge across the West Arm of
'Upon Motion by Commissioner Dead Lakes on State Road 71. The
Harden, 'seconded by Commissioner Chairman said that he could not
Strickland and duly carried, to pay remember the Board making Mr.
the Municipal Hospital 'of Port St,. Brogdon any auch contract; that


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I efforts t'he handbooks were given
out the very first day of school.
The complete slate of officers
tor ithe coming school year has
been selected 'as follows:.
President, Glenn Alligood; Vice-
President, Bob Kerrigan; Record-
ing Secretary, Connie Munn; Cor-
responding Secretary, Dianna Mc-
Knight; Treasurer, Richard Thomp-
son 'and Historian-Reporter, Bo
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Representing the home rooms on
the Student Council are the follow-
ing:
12-A, Dianna McKnight; 12-B,
William Todd; 12-C;'Willie Daniell;
11-A Linda Rob'entso 11-B, Bo Wil-
liams; 11-C, Betty Ford; 10-A,
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9-C, Connie Munn; 8-A, Roy
Knight; 8-B, Henry-Lilius; 8-C, Mi-
chael Carbonneau; 8-D, Doyle
Glass; 7-A, Larry Parker; 7-B,
Lonnie Bell; 7-C, Sharon Gay; 7-D,
Linda Hill; 7-E, Jerry Herring.
Return From Vacation
Mr. land Mrs. Charles J. Stevens
returned home after vacationing in
the mountains.


THE STAR,-Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,19589 to -gave a twirling exhibition. Dot
- is now a member of the drill team
coached by Mrs. John Smith. When
Lorge Crowd of Students Enjoys Dot finished -somebody caught aI
C o glimpse of Larry Parker and the
Annual Fun Night Affair t Gymnasium openedup andshouted, We Want
TLarry"!
By RICHARD THOMPSON vid Odum, Dot Dormany and Rich- La oimoo Lar ,nd David
The 1959 annual Fun Night was ard'usson. "'L'l Larry" won firstsang together and both sang a solo.
held-Friday, September 4 at the lace in the elementary division Larry gave his famous rendition
High School Gymnasium, witp, an last year in the Lions 1 Club Talent of, If You Don't Know, I An't A
extremely good crowd of 250 .school Show, and Richard won in the High Gonna Tell You".
spirit-filled students. This was 'School division. Everyone enjoyed It certainly made ,th& Student
about the best crowd we have' had the boys' singing, and all of uas al- it cr m t tun
In a long time for anything. Big ways love to see 'Dot's twirling out or un Night, so mand we are look
attractions were Larry Parker, Da- acts. President. Glenn Alligood ing forward to a very good year.
acted as master of ceremonies for
Listen to .the the occasion.
... 'Shark Huddle' Fun Night opened with dancing, Student Council
Shark Huddle" after which the cheerleaders for
Over Radio Station WJOE 1959-60. led several cheers. Then, Elects Officers
Each Thursday Afternoon in'love foi old St. Joe High, we all
14:45 P.M. sang the "Alma Mater" which was RICHARD THOMPSON
"Go Get 'em Sharks--We Are followed by a tremendous cheer. By 1RI5A-6 d OPuNh
With You All the Way" After -dancing a while longer no- The 1959-60Student Councilheld
-. body could wait any ^longer and a special meeting last week for the
Richard Musson sang, "I Dandies"! purose of electing officers.
P Y LA NT 'S Dot DormanPy, a majorette ince President, Glenn Alligood and
P S T Dotshe was big enough to 'tte- sia baVle-President Bob Kerrigau were
she was big eough to 'tote' a ha- elected last May. Thanks to their-


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Attending Chipola Enters University as a student at the University of Leonard Costin, son of Mr. and
Weems Robbins,;son of Mr. and Tony Barbee, so of Mr. and Mrs. Florid.a. Mrs. Chauncey Costin 1eft last week
Weems Rob bins and Robert F. Barbee' left last week nd endento begin studies at the Univer-
Mrs. Cliff Robins an Robert Hut- for Gainesville where he is, enrolled GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY aity of Florida in Gainesville.
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New 3 bedroom house. $70.00 ,per School Lists Students
month. Unfurnished. Beautifully
paneled and has c ak loor. At st. Wanting Part-Time Jobs
Joe Beach. :-
FOR SALE Any -bu-si'n.ess sestallshnient
Small house and lot at Beacon which -wishes 'to hire students, as
Hill. $995.00. .Just about any terms after-schooor: Saturday workers
y o u w i s h .. e--or -o l lu r a y -B o r de fa
J. D. CLARK I requested to call Leroy Bowdoin.
1017 Long Ave. Phone 7-7771 or Mrs. W. C. Ivey at Port St. Joe
High School. These school people
are compiling a Ust of students who
FOR:ALE want part-time jobs-.:
_The school plans to keep an up-
FOR-SALE to-date file .6n all working students
3 bedroom home on Bellamy Cir- arid to maintain contact with em-
cle. 3 months old. Pay owner's players In the community.
ew homes being built on el- Your calls will help the students
lamy Circie. FH'A financing. To lie to -know .of Job. vacancIes..
completed within next 30 days. .. ...
Lots at St. Joe Beach. Small
down payment. Small monthly .pay- Local B6ys Enroll
ments. - At.Marion Institute


PRIDGEON AGENCY ;
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741-
FOR SALE: Hunter window fan.
Cost $140.00 new. In good condi-
tion. Heavy duty. $50.00. The Star
Phone 7-3161.
FOR SALE SIGNS. 10c each. The
Star. Phone 7-3161.
FOR RENT SIGNS. 10c each. The
Star. Phone 7-3161.
FOR SALE: Simpson computing
scales, like new $75. 4 ft. meat
box and motor, for quil sale $100.
Beautiful home, 1 block highway
frontage at Crystal Lake. Will sell
or trade ,for in or near Port St. Joe
also 5 room ,farm house with two'
small lakes, sell or trade. Bill Gi-
ven, BAll 7-7037 or 7-3983. 4tp-S-;20


FOR RENT: 2 uuedroomuu arniIi ,
cottages. $45 per month. Ander- HOUSE FOR SALE: 2 bedroom
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. ttc ,home at St. Joe Beach 90 ft. Of
highway 98. Immediate occupancy.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house in $250.00 down and $50.00 a month..
Oak Grove. Call Sam Neel at Call Johnston PO 3-2831, Panama-
7-4911 after 7 p.m. tfc-7-30 City. 10tp-8-27.
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom FOR SALE: 3 bedroom masonry
attractively furnished apart- house.- Hardwood floors, closed
ments. Cool in summer, warm in carport, landscaped. 905 Garrison
winter. Gas heat, window fans. Ave. 4tc-9-3
They have 'to be seen to be appre-
ciated. Also nice Trailer parking FOR SALE: 20-gallon tropical fish
space. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wl- aquarium. Equipped -with light,
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail- .heater, filter and 'plants. Will seli
er Park, White City. tfec-8-20 cheap. Call BAll 9-1866. 2tp;
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- FOR SALE
ed apartment. $30.00 .per month. A very large three bedroom
Call BAll 7-5971. tfc-9-3 house with large utility room. Has
FOR RENT: Unfurnished garage 'select oak floors, ,tio bath and
'apartment. Two bedroom's, nice umuiber one cypress paneling. This
is a new 'house and will sell for
work shop downstairs. Adults only. $12,750. Term wilel
Call 7-7396. Utp Two bedroom house on Seventh
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished St., on two very nice lots.
house at St. Joe Beach. $60.00 At White City, A two bedroom
per conth. Phone 7-7521 or see Bill and a three bedroom house forr
Carver. 3tp-9-17 sale.
We can assist you in financing
FOR RENT any of the above dwellings
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oak floors. At St. Joe Beach. Ph. BA1i 7-3491 221 Reid Ave.


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FOR LEASE: Gulf service station.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery.
Mildred McKenna, Plaintiff
John Thomas McKenna, Defendant
NOTICE TO John Thomas Me-
RKenna whose place of residence Is
Dewitt.Trailer .Park, :Dewitt, New
Yo rk ; .. .. .. : .. .. :
On or before the 15th day of Oc-
tober, A.D., 1959 -the defendant,
.,Ohn Thomas McKenna is requir-
ed to serve upon Benjamin H. Dick-
ens, .PlaintiffS' Attorney, whose:Sw
dress, is 303 Fourth Street, Port St.
Joe. Florida, a copy of and file
with .--he Clerk of said Court, "the
original of an answer 'to the Bill of
Complaint filed against him here-
in, for alimony unconnected with
divorce. -
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of 'said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County,' Florida, .this 8th day
-of September, A.D., 1959.
GEORGE Y. COEi
SClerk Ciruit Court
(Circuit Court Seal) 4it-9-10
NOTICE
lThe Board of County CommiiS-
sloners of Giilf County will receive
sealed bids from a-ny. person, comn-
pany or corporation interested in
selling the 'County the following..,
described property:
1 1.1960' model pihk-up truck with
'the, following peciflcatlons: V-8'
engine .not less than 170 hp., air-
cooler replaceable 'type, oil -filter,
heavy duty cooling ,system,rcustom
cab, dual electric windshield wip-
ers, 'dual sun visors and arm rests,
power steer ngi .power brakes, auto-
'matic transmission, heater,. rear
,bumpers, 'signal lights and reflec-
tors, 5' 670x15 6 iply tires and
Wheels -with .,sidermount 'spare tire
carrier, spot light mounted. on left
of c-ab, standard. equipment includ-
ing toolkit and jack, color prefer-.
red red' and white...
. The County--will trade one '1951
V-8& Ford pickup model. RIAT, title
no. 276936 on the above truck.
Truck may be Inspected a, the
County garage or by calling Road
Superintendent. .'--' -'. :
Bids will be .received until 6:004) ':
p-im. September 29, 1959, OST, ..,at.
the office oaf the Clerk of Circuit.
Court. Wewahitchka, Florida. "
The Board: reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
Board of' County Commnfsfsio
S .eorge W., Cooper, .-Cmn. 2t -


S 7ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
G. D. Underhill, Vicar
17th Sunday after Trinity, Sep-
tember -pO0. 7:30 -a.m., Celebration
of -the Holy_ Eucharist. 9:45 a.m.,
-Church School. 11:00 a.m., Morning
,prayer and sermon. Please-do not
forget that this is the third Sunday
of the month and that the service
will be: .followed immediately by
the monthly Parish Covered Dish
Dinner. Let's attend and make it a
good one!
7:0uu p.m. (CST) Evening Prayer
and sermon at St. John's Church,
Wewahitchka.
The public is cordially invited to.
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.

DON BRANDEIS TO CONDUCT
SERVICES AT WEWA CHURCH
Don Brandeis., a converted Jew,
who has 'spoken in Port St. Joe sev-
eral 'times will be conducting a re-
vival service at the Wewahitchka
Baptist Church from September 27
to October 3, according to the pas-
tor, W. 'A. Frye.
Services will be conducted at
8:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. each'day.
CIRCLE 4 MEETS WITH
MRS. JAMES TRAWEEK
Circle 4 of the Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church met Tuesday night in
the 'home of Mrs. James Traweek.
On interesting program taken
from ithe Royal Service magazine
was presented after which the host-


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ess served coffee anid -ookies to THE 4TAR, Port St. Joe,.Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1959


those present.

MRS. POOL HOSTESS TC
LONG AVENUE CIRCLE
TMrs. Frank ool was hostess
Tuesday night to Circle Three of
the Long Avenue Baptist Church.
_The program, "Trfiunph In His;
Praise', was presented with all
members present participating.
During a short business meeting
the. group voted to turn their re.
mainng funId over to Mrs. H. L.
Ford to purchase baptismal -robes.
- Mrs. Pool served delicious re-
fr-,ham-or, to Mrs. L. E. Voss, Mrs.
Leona- Cunge-r, Mrs. J. D. Clark,
Mrs. ILamar Hili *knd Mrs. George
McLawhon.


BAPTIST CIRCLE MEETS
WITH MRS. M..'L. BRITT
.Six mmninber, o L'o'r le1 2 of- the
Long Avenue Baptist Church met .'n
the home of Mrs. M. L.'Britt a*
1608 Garrison Avenue Tuesday
morning 'at 9:30 a.m.
A very irLterestring .program about
Christian work among the Indians
in Oklahoma was present and the
meeting was dismissed with prayer.
Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved by Mrs. Brltt.

Sharit Tells Plans
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no indication that 'the rural areas
were not now.being served; "On the
contrary", said Sharit, "according
to the Florida Railroad and Pub-


lie Utilities Commission .the St. Jo-
seph company has provided more a
service for rural population than
any othd telephone company in '
Florida". .- : "


WALL PAPER
ALL TYPES and KINDS
For Use Ir Every :Room
NOW AVAILABLE AT
EELLS FIRESTONE STORE
228 Ried Avenue
P.S.-We recommend H. F. Bar-
bee to do a neat job. 8t-9-17


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ONE! TWO! THREE! FOUR!

YEA SHARKS! LET'S GO!

F S Smart Appearances At the Football Games
0 Excellent Values- of All Merchandise
R Fashionable Clothes for Football Games

VISIT

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1010 PALM BOULEVARD

"Your Specialty Shop for Girls, Teens, Misses"


-Lt. Colonel Arthur C. Harris, J'.,
PMST, Marion Institute, announced
this week -appointmioets and': iTo-
motions of cadet officers" 'ihd
NCO's In the 1959-60 Corps of Mar-
ion Institute..- .. .. ....
-Aplpointed .squad leaders -were
R.- L. Miller, 'A' Company and4J. L.
Mllier, '; Company, both of Port
St. Joe.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS
Mi. a-n-d Mrs. Harley Ray Locke
otf this city announce .the birth. daughter, .-Tommy Kay on Sep-
tember -10.
M.r. and Mrs.' .T. 1J. Ramsey of
Tupelo, Miss., announce the birth
of. a son, Paul Wesley :on -Septem-
ber 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Raymond
Grossman of 1616 Long Aeienie an-
nounce the birth of a son, Donald
Raymond on September 11.
All births occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital of Poet St. Joe.



"THE TOP 10"

RECORDS

1 "I'm Gonna Get Married'
2. "Red River Rock"
3. 'Till I Kissed You"
4. Sleepwalk"
5. "The Three Bells"
6. "I Want to Walk You
Home"
7. "Sea of Love"
8. "Tut Your Head On
My Shoulder"
9. "Just Ask Your Heart5
10. "Baby Talk"


MODERN
FURNITURE COMPANY

"Your Record Shop"

WANTED: Waitress at City Res-
taurant. Apply In person. tfe
WANTED: Good second hand dup-
licating machine; ,Must be in
first class condition. Pastor Oharles
H. Harthern, Oak Grove Assembly
of God, Port S. Joe. Phone 7-2501.


BRING ALL YOUR WASH!
Use as many. washers and drivers as vou need

WE'LL SUPPLY THE COINS!


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Mon., Tues., Wed.
Sept. 21, 22 and 23


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