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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: November 19, 1959
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachiola-Chattahoochee Valley"
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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep ,
it where we can speak with It
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1959


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WE.S.EY R. RAMSEY


We, for one, would like to con
gratulate the St. Joe Paper Con
pany for showing their interest i1
the wishes and desires of the ci.t
zens opposing -the bulkhead pro
Jeet.
It takes a big person, or corn
pany, to back down from something
which its power will let it accom
plish, regardless of public feeling
on the part of those affected.
We think It would behoove .those
objecting to the project to be just
as zealous in showing their apprec
nation to ,the company as they were
to voice their objections.
Certainly a resolution from these
people would be most welcome and.
appreciated by the company.

Some "table talk" at the City
Hall Tuesday night at the City
Commission came- up regarding
children riding bicycles on the
sidewalks of Reid. Avenue.
Of course there is a law against
this, 'but what can you do to en-
force it? As the Mayor put it, "Who
is going to arrest a child for break-
ing such a law?" Sharit went even
further to say something that we
-have felt for a long time. "Kids
can do anything -wrong they want
to around here. And you take -them
up to Wewahitchka to the juvenile
court, but what good does it do?
It would be just .as well to take
them: over across the street 'and
buy:them an ice cream- soda".
.Of. course it all falls back on the
Florida juvenile laws which limit
prosecution of minors to such a de-
gree that, insofar as Gulf County
is concerned, it is practically im-
possible- to prosecute. And of
course the official silence imposed
by -the state on such deeds and
-listing 'of names doesn't help the
situation either.
So kids, please don't ride your
bikes on the sidewalk.

With the construction of the post
office on the corner of Monument
,and Second Street it would seem
that the City Commission will need
to take steps to request the State
Road Department to put a stop
light at* this intersection.
It is almostt an imposslol.e task
now to walk across -this street at
this .point. The .moving of the post
office will increase both motor and
Pedestrian traffic at this point. It
seems to -s .that 'a traffic light at
this- point- will be a must.

Board Seeks: Right of Way
For Road To Eagle Harbor.

Ernest C. Pasehal and George .E
Moore, u. S. :Corps o Engineers,
Mobile, Alabama, appeared before
the Board 'oa County Commfsslon-
ers Monday. night-at-a special meet-
ing 'and 'requested the county to
furnish the UV S. Air Force a right
of way and right-of-entry for con-
struction for a 50.. foot strip of
land, beginning at State Road .30
and following the old Cape San
Blas road to- the East line of the
U. S. Air Force property near Cape
San Blasi and further reiu united a
right 'o construct a nine foot, oys-
ter shell -base road from the coast
guard station to Eagle Harbor.
After deliberation -the Board
agreed to grant the requests and
accept the road for maintenance,
but they 'held out for a swap. The
County asked that the federal Gov-
ernment give the county a 100-foot
right-of-way across all U. S. pro-
perties from State Road 30 to St.
Joe Point. Mr. Paschall agreed to


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The Port St. Joe Sharks battled
-the Quincy Tigers in an excitement
filled Homecoming game that kept
the fans .on their feet throughout
the game. Although the Sharks lost
by 'a 27-19 score, .it was the Shark's
beat effort this year. The Sharks
had a hard time containing the Ti-
ger's big, -swift backs, but the Quin-
cy team could not stop the S1liarkz
passing attack. The Sharks pass-
Ing would make 'any professional
team envious, 'as quarterback Bob
Munn, along with Jimmy Wilder
and Bob Burkett, connected with
13 out of 17 passes. Of course, the
pass ca.tchiug of end Buddy Ward
iwas practically -the whole show as
the big end pulled in five passes
good for 107 yaxds. David Mussel-
Abilte did his uiual share of pass
receiving, ,too,, by hauling in three
passes for 66 yards.
,Quincy drew first blood early in
the first quarter, -as the Tiger's
powerful running attack just could
not be contained by the smaller
Shark squad. It looked like the Ti-
ger's would make a rout of it as.
they ended the half with a 20-7 lead.
The Sharks' first score came on a
nice '12-yard pass from halfback
Jimmy Wilder to Buddy Ward in
the 'second quarter. The extra
'point came on a Bob Munn pass to
David Musselwhite.
6ETTY WARD QUEEN
.. During the 'half 'time ceremonies
[be' Port St. Joe High School band
led a very impressive and colorful
HOi-nc-cou] 1Tu ceremony.
As a climax of the ceremonies,
]Miss Betty Ward was crowned
the Homecoming Queen by team
Captain Ed .Bobbitt.
The' queen's court consisted of
Pat O'Brian and Diane Lay, Buddy
Ward *and Diana McKnight, Bobby
Burkett and Ann Williams, Frank
Griffin and Ray Lapeyrouse, Terry
Porter and Cindy Carbonneau,
Glenn Alligood and Ann Miller, Da-
vid Musselwhite and Dianna Fitz-
patrick, Kenny Marlow and Patsy
Smith, Jimmy Redd and Coral Lee
Armstrong, Willie Daniell and Cris-
ra Duren, Jimmy Williams and Bog-
gle Kilbourn, Bobby Raffield and
Jo Ann Coker, Drew Hall and Joyce
Davis. Flower girl was Mitzi Hen-
drix. Crown bearer was Jim Tra-
week.


these conditions, subject to appro- The High School band and the
val by his superiors. Sharkettes furnished the remainder
of ,the halftime entertainment.
Christmas Seals Go SHARKS SCARE TIGERS
Into The Mails Monday In the second half 'of the ball
g. game the Sharks' line tightened up
R. H. Ellzey, Gulf County Seal and allowed the surging Quincy
Sale Chairman said this week team only ,one touchdown as they
that the Tuberculosis Christmas put together a 70-yard touchdown
Seals for 1959 went Into the march, but not before the Sharks'
mails on Monday of this week. Buddy Ward recovered a Quincy
Elizey said that some 2,500 en- Ifumble on the 36. Munn 'shot a long
velopes of Christmas seals went 30-yard pass to Ward to the Quincy
out to every family in Gulf Coun- .six. Burkett drove 'to the four where
ty. ElIzey said that everyone Ifullback Chesley Fensom bulled
receiving the seals are urged to over for the score. '
enclose a dollar in the return The Sharks' final score' came in
envelope for each sheet of seals the fourth quarter after the Quincy
received aind .mall it back to kick-off to the Shark 30. Munn ran
Seal Sale headquarters. the keeper play for 18.yards, pass,-
ElIzey pointed out that Tuber- ,ed 'to Ward for 10 more. Munn car-
losls Is "still very much with us" tried down to -the Quincy 10 and
and that the annual Seal Sale on some more beautiful running
Is the only fund raising cam- moved ,on down 'to 'the Quincy two.
paign used to fight this dread The Sharks drew a five-yard penal-
disease. ty back to the seven. On the pitch-


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LOCAL CONSTRUCTION UNDER WAY-At left is .the sight of the
new post office for Port St. Joe. The scene above was taken Sat-
urday just after ground had been broken and batten boards had been
!put up for the foundation. By now the foundation has been poured.
George G. Tapper Company is .putting up the 'building. The center
photo shows the nearly completed building to be occupied by the


St. Joe Auto Parts Company. This 'building is being constructed on
Williams Avenue and is being built by Wynoko Development Com-
pany. At right workmen begin pouring the concrete foundation
for a new building to be occupied by Costin's Department Store
on Reid Avenue. This construction is by the-E. F. Gunn Construc-
tion Company. (Star photos)


City Disposes of Host

Of Small items Tuesday

Although nothing of earth shat-
tering importance came up at the
City Commission meeting Tuesday
n;bh t. it was a long and busy ses-
iA,,n ,'ith several .small details
c,oiiiii up for study by the conm-
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HAIL THE QUEEN- Miss Betty Ward is shown above being escorted
off the football field Friday night by team 'captain Ed Bobbitt after
she 'had been crowned "Homecoming Queen" by Bobbitt in the
.half-time ceremonies.. -Star .photo)


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Friday -night's game here is Shark end David -Musselwhite, number
54, who brought thle runner down just after this picture was
made. (Starh,,,


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County Approves Bulkhead Line

For Area South of St. Joe City Limits

The City Commission was asked the first part of the week
by the St. Joe Paper Company to rescind their request for a bulk-
head line to be established in St. Joseph's Bay. The line had been
established last Tuesday by the City after a request by the Paper
Company, against heavy opposition by home owners along the
area to be affected. Mayor J. L..Sharit made this request public
Monday after he had made a trip to the Jacksonville office of
the Company to advise them of the opposition that the proposal
was meeting from these residents.
Sharit said that while the com-
mission. well knew that those per- organization, as you know, is. the
sons, protesting were sincere and St. Joe Paper Company.
honest in their views, it must be Sharit said that when the SJPC
understood that the commission officials were appraised of the com-


HOSPITAL was just as. sincere and honest in
Protiably the most important its views,. Sharit 'said the commis-
item of' discussion was. concerning sion has the responsibility of look-
Ihe expansion of the Port St. Joe ing to the future and making long
'ivlnicipal Hospital which has been range plans according to the antici-
under e-gotiation and planning for pated needs of the city. T'he Mayor
wore than a year. continued, by saying that only by,
lMayor J. L. Sharit informed the the use of proper foresight, can
Comi.wision that the architect, the City take advantage of the lp-
Normand P. Gross, of Panama City,' Yl,)riur1i,ili that can be foreseen
had informed him th at the hospi- [for growth .and advancement.
tal plans had been approved by .
a .government agency in Atlanta. Monday night in Wwah;tc;.:a
Shairit sald that Gross Informed the GulF Gount/ 'ommissicn had
Lim that bids should be let in De- a hearing on the u. .:ed bulk-
co.mber and'that work should be- head from the Port St. Joe City
gin in January. Limits to Simmons Bayou. I
The City is working toward ex- No opposition was presented
pandin.g the local' hospital some against the bulkheadinr plans for
half a million dollars worth, with this area and the Board agreed
tihe Federal Government footing unanimously to approve the re-
I55 p-er cent of the bill. The acquisi- quest.
tion of the federal funds and comrn- The request for this bulkhead
piling a 'plan for their inspection
aind approval has delayed the ho- area was also made by the St.
pitMl project for several months. Joe Paper Company and its affil-
pi19l project ,for several months.
Thu expansion plans were inaugur- lated companies.
at i a little over two years ago. Sharit, speaking for the Commis-
CHRISTMAS LIGHTS sion said, "after hearing the ob-
The Commission instructed the sections 'and protests registered by
Clvy street 'department to begin some of our citizens, 'and knowing
!putting up the Christmas lights the protests to'be honest and sin-
'aft.r Thanksgiving. Byron Eells, cere, I' felt in all fairness that I
jr.. said that the lights would prob- should carry 'these" objections to
'a rib; be .up around December 1. Ma- the principals of the organization
':,,.r Sn.rit instructed Eells to con- that petitioned for the establish-
l r ,,r u .rchants. about attaching the meant of a bulkhead line in order
Slli.a( strings ot their buildings as- that they would be fully advised as
,.urag them that the City would to your feelings in the matter. That
exercise extreme caution not to
damage their buildings. -:
SIDEWALKS
Mayor Sharit reported to t:he
Commission that the AN Railroad .
building would soon be completed
and that some changes would be '"
necessary 'at the foot of Reid Ave-
nue. The Mayor said that the turn- *.- .
around at the foot of the street is .
on railroad property which will be -. .
used for' parking purposes. This
will cause some traffic changes at i
the intersection. Sharit also asked '.
the commission to construct a side-
walk on First Street from Highway
98 to Williams Avenue on the"' .
North side of First Street. Corn-
missioner Nedley also expressed "
the need for a sidewalk on Second ; '
Street from Reid to Highway 98 ..': -
sinc.e the post office is now being -"' ''. '
.constructed on the highway. The ;' :,. ::
Board voted to go ahead with both .- -
sidewalk projects. PRESENTS PLAQUE- Hubert E. Ric
OTHER BUSINESS Joe Elementary School presents a
In other business the Commission memory of Miss Juanita Gunn, a fo
talked about setting up a bonding died January 26 of this year. The
system and printing subpoenas for Mts. Earl Rollins, who represent


the uity police departmentt uLse .
installing street lights on Bellamy
Circle .. and. charged the City
employees to begin cleaning up the
new City warehouse on Highway 71
and moving city equipment and
supplies from the vicinity of the
City Hall and the water tanks to
the warehouse.


ceremony. 'The plaque wa& preset
for Miss Gunn last Thursday.




A memorial plaque in honor of
Miss Juanita Gunn was presented p
-to the Port St. Joe Elementary n


_______~._.S__ cool last Thursday afternoon in
a simple ceremony in the school
out halfback pass, Munn fumbled 'good football. Quincy put together inaining heaved a 50-yard pass to library.
the ball, Burkett 'took it on 'the ione of their famous long drives, t David Musselwhite who was hauled Miss Gunn was an instructor at
bounce and just .did get it away to the Sharks got stingy and stopped down on the Quincy 48 and the the Port St. Joe Elementary School
David i-,.i .- in -the end zone 'them 'on the two yard line with game ended.
with a beautiful catch. 20 seconds left to play. Quarterback LAST GAME TOMORROW for a number of years. She died
Although this ended the scoring Munn rushed in with the clock still Tomorrow night the Sharks end !this past January in Jacksonville
for 'the night, it did not end the Irunning and with six seconds re- (Continued On Page 4) following surgery.


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plaints that had arisen, they re-
quested 'him to advise the City
Commissioners and the citizens of
Port S.t Joe that it was their true
and sincere desire to cooperate
with the -City and its people and-
to give all consideration possible
to the wishes of any one directly
affected by any project proposed by
the company.




STAR PLANS

EARLY EDITION

The Star will go into the
mails early next week due to
the Thanksgiving holiday.
In order to give our adver-,
tisers more of an advantage
in advertising their holiday
wares and to give The Star
staff a day off, the 'paper will
go Into the malls on Tuesday
morning.
.This early deadline will
make It necessary that we re- .
ceive all Items of news or ad-
vertising for next week's pa-
per no later than Monday
noon.
We know you will cooperate
in this schedule, so that we,
like you, may have a day of
leisure and giving thanks for
our blessings.


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memorial plaque honoring the
rmer teacher at the school who
plaque is being presented to
d the teaching faculty at the
nted in a memorial ceremony
(Star photo)


.eased Teacher.

The bronze plaque memorial was
urchased.by members of the Ele-
lentary School faculty and mem-
er., of the Gull Couurnty School
Board. It wa-. prse-nted to I'-*
chool in hont of1 .,4.lk
Rev. E. 0. Bradl-dy, .Istor .b..t-th
firstt M'ethodiat Church offilated
t the ceremony.
Members of the school faculty
nd several close friends of Miss
Gunn's attended the ceremony.


NUMBER 8


Sharks Lose Homecoming



Tilt To Quincy In Close Game


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Attend Meeting
Mrs. Gus Creecl, Mrs. George
Adkins and Mrs. Joe Hendrix at-
tended *th e Methodist District
.meeting held in Blountstown last
Tuesday as delegates from the
First Methodist Church.

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FATHERS AND SONS of 'the First Baptist Church enjoy a turkey
dinner last Thursday observing Royal Ambassador Focus Week at
.the church. Judge Ei. Clay Lewis, Jr., of Panama City was the
featured speaker. (Star photo)

First Baptist Bretherhood Sponsors

Father-Son Banquet Last Thursday

The Brotherhood of the First t
Baptist Church honored their sons
at a father-son banquet at the
church, last Thursday night.
I The occasion for the banquet was
,in commemoration of R. A. Focus
lWeek in -the Baptist Churches last


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is ouiti Ln.;i,-,,-I capLured by
Curlee with this sport coat.
You've seen it in Esqtuire
Magazine. Tailored for your
day-!c.- cc.-': rt, iL stuparb
styling wiri. admiring
acceptance anywhere.
We have it now, in Curlee's
full range of fine fabrics
"and fresh patterns. Won't
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MEN & BOY'S WEAR
,"Outfitters for Dads & Lads"


week.
Approximately 51 fathers and
sons were fed a delicious turkey
dinner with the traditional Thank's-
giving trimmings by the 'social com-
mittee of 'the church, headed y
Mrs. Roy Irwin.
Judge E. Clay Lewis of Panama
City was the featured speaker of
the evening. Judge Lweis spoke on
juvenile delinquency. He praised
and charged the fathers to take an
interest in their son's behaviour
and welfare to help to curb this
"cancer on our society".

SAMARITAN LODGE WILL
HAVE CHICKEN SUPPER
Samaritan Lodge, No. 40, IOOF
'announces that Friday night at 7:00
p.m. a chicken and rice supper will
be -held with all the trimmings at
'the Odd Fellow's Hall.
All Odd Fellows, their wives and
Rebekahs are invited.
A special meeting will' be held


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Florida Industrial School for Boys
In- Marianna and the Apalachee
Correctional Institute in Chattahoo-
ch'ee.
The program was presented by
Wade Filfong, the Florida Power
Corporation representative from St.
Petersburg. Mr. Wilfong is a home
lighting specialist. He gave a very
interesting and informative talk
on outdoor hIibr;.. His 'talk ,as
illustrated by the new outdoor fix-
tures, which Mrs. Sarah Patrenos
helped to demonstrate. The outdoor
Christmas lighting was especially
interesting.
Several door prizes were given.


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Roberts-Goodrich Engagement

Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Roberts of this city announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Valeria Ann to Wayne V. Goodrich, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Goodrich of Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
The wedding will be an event of November 28 at 3:00 p.m. at
the home of the bride's parents at 1106 Monument Avenue.


The wedding of Miss Frances
Hall and William Richard Mer-
chant will be 'solemnized on the
evening of November 28 at Long
Avenue Baptist Church at 7:00
p.m. No invitations have been mail-
ed but all friends and relatives of
the couple are invietd to attend
the wedding and the reception'
which will follow in the church so-
cial hall.


Mrs Blount Hostess

To Azalea Circle
The Azalea Circle of the Garden
,Clu) met Thursday, November 12
in the home of Mrs.. Paul Blount
wi ii Mrs. J. R. Smith as co-ho.stess.
The president, Mrs. Gordon Thom-
presided at the meeting. James
'. Cook -and Mr. Maxwell of the
SFi.-rida Forest Service in Marian-
,1a showed beautiful and very in-
ti-r.es'tin'g slides acquainting the
c hi b with state parks and 'historical
miiinorials, explaining this benefit
r,. the state.
The Forest Service men urged
rit,, members take advantage of
e..-ry opportunity ito visit the parks.
_During the business session, Mrs.
1-1. F. Ayers asked 'the members to
1.1 ing corsages to be sent to Chat-
L.thoochee for Christmas at the
I.n-t meeting of 'the club, which
will be 'a joint Christmas meeting
,._t the Garden Club.
The circle voted against the pro-
,.-.ed bulkhead line in St. Joseph
B iy.
Touring the social hour the host-
.- es served delicious cake and cof-
t.-t. The meeting was adjourned
%.ith the club. prayer.


SElementary PTA

Meets Tonight
The Port St. Joe Elementary
--iiool PTA will meet tonight,
T" i'nsday, November 19 at 8:00 an.
lu the Eleumentary School auditor-

The program, "Tom Sawyer Wins
A .ain" will be presented by Frank
l.irne's Sixth Grade.
November 1 through November
8 was National Book Week and the
Sixth Grade will portray book
characters that are familiar to most
boys and girls.
A business meeting will be held
after the program. All children are
invited to stay for the business
meeting and refreshments.


Garden Clb Hears Expert On

Christmas Lighting and Decorations

The Port St. Joe Garden Club Refreshments of fruit cake and
met at the St. James Parish House coffee were served to the 25 mem-
Thursday, November 3 'at 3:00 p.m. bers.
Mrs. David Moon, president, con- --
ducted the meeting. Mrs. Moon aMerchant
stressed that 'all members partici- Hall merchant
pate in the project of the Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs of W wedding Nov. 28
sending Christmas packages to the


., and let us also give thanks
For friends, health, easy circumstances, the family
happiness these bring, and for the inllmited,
opportunities which lie ahead.

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SAVINGS received by the 10th of any month
earn from the 1st of that month.



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TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY


Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lee Brant an-
nounce the birth of a .son, Charles
Dewiayn-e on November 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Craft of High-
land View announce the birth of a
baby boy, Steven Wayne on No-
vember 16.
(All births occurred at the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospi-
tal.)

Visits Parents
Mr. and Mrs. George Suber, Jr.,
of Montgomery, Ala., visited with
Mr. Suber'as parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Suber, Sr., .on Tuesday of
this week.

EUGENIA TRAWEEK
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY
Eugenia Traweek celebrated her
,eighth birthday Tuesday, November
17 with a weiner roast ,at her home
on Bellamy Circle.


ATTENTION
Grades 7-12 -- It's fo
Time again for


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ST. JAMES CHURCH Association GA's
EPISCOPAL'I Install Off
Rev. G. D. Underhill, B.D., Vicar O f iCerS
7:30 a.m., The celebration of -the
Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a.m., The The Norhtwest Coast Association
Church School 11:00 'a.m. Morning Junior Girl's Auxiliary Installation
prayer land sermon. 7:00 ip.m. The Service was held last Tuesday
Episcopal Young Churchmen. night at the White City Baptist
The public is cordially invited ito Church with Rev. C. A. Lundy, pas-
worship with us and is assured of tor of the White City Churc'h, in-
a warm welcome. stalling these new officers.
--- Those installed were president:
This on your prnting is a sign of quality, Kay Thomas; vice-president,. San-
.--- -; ..--.-...-- dra Kolmetz; secretary, Linda Ad-
Tams; program chairman, Catherine
Ramsey; chorister, Theresa Owens;
otball time again and pianist, Mary Ellen Betts; stew-
r the Original hardship chairman, Glenn Dean; pub-
licity, Charlotte Maddox and San-
dra Capps; community missions,
June McKibben; mission .study
chairman, Olivia Lumby; social
chairman, Dianne Grace and prayer
RK SCORE BOARD Dchairman, Martha Woods.
SThe host church served delicious
is Year with Fun for A111 refreshments to those present.
Pictured 'above with the girls is
S WINNER -- the associational junior counselor,
B 0 W Mrs. Herman .Barbee of the Long
U OY E R Avenue Baptist Church In Port St.
y Blank at our Store. Joe and the associational director,
ach week's winner aMrs. otis Pyle of !tlhe First Baptist
- wChurch of Port St. Joe.


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pr i tic fo diss- Rus 11. Rt anMr E Bg-
i ofh g 'enuo Bap IRCLE NUMBER FOUR
ary iety. le Number Four met with
ti Fred Perry Tuesday evening
o uher at 8:00 p.m. Seven members were
Oriental lands. The gospeL.can be present and one visitor, Mrs. Durel
freely preached and-the people li',- Brigman, WMU Jpresident.
ten -as they choose. Baptist work After the programs discussion,
began in South Korea in 1950 and committee 'cha irmen presented
continues today 'through, churches, plans for work in Novmeber and
schools, hospitals and orphanages: December. The meeting was dis-
CIRCLE NUMBER ONE missed with.special prayer .for the
circlee Number One ment 'Tuesday revival. Refreshments were served
morning in the 'home -of Mrs. -M. by Mrs. Perry to Mrs. Kenneth
L. Britt with six members present. Bateman, Mrs. Ji D. Griner, Mrs.
Refreshments were served during Lamiar Hill, Mrs. James Traweek,
the business meeting. Mrs. T. M. Watts, Miss Alma Bag-
Taking part on'the lyrogram were geit and Mrs. Durel Brigman. t
Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Mrs. George Coop- CIRCLE NUMBER FIVE
er, Mrs. J. 0. Lueas,, Mrs. W. -D. Circle Number Five met Tuesday
Sykes, Mrs.-T. J-Braxton: and Mrs., evening in the home of Mrs. J. D.
Britt. The anetfng -was closed with Clark with the following members (
prayer for the" missionarifs in pres.ent. -Mrs. Gene Fowler, Mrs'.
Korea. Prank Poole, Mrs. Lenore Conger,
CIRCLE NUMBER TWO Miss Mabel Williams,,Mrs. Wesley
Circle Numb.r Two; met with 'R. Ramsey and 'Mrs. Clark. ,
Mrs. Wayne --.endriX Tuesday A short business meeting was tol-
morning. at 9:3.0, am. The meeting lowed, by' tie very interesting pro:-
was opened with prayer. grain.
Following 'the- business, session, Tie J3ranury meeting will be- I
the Royal Service program wa, pre- with Mrs. Johu" Coe. -
sented by Mrs. L. W. Porter, Mrs. CIRCLE NUMBER SIX I
L. B. Nichols, Mrs. C. H. McKnight. Circle Number Six met .for or- ti
Mns. J C Odum, Mrs T. D Hutkhins, grniiza'tion Monday .evening in the 1T
--nd -Mra H@ndrix. :: home of Mrs.'Direi Brigman. The
Refreshments were served to six meeting was opened with prayer


FirstBaptist

Circle 1 Meets

Circle One of the First Baptist
Church met Monday in the home
of Mrs. Anna Adams with 11 mem-
bers present.
The program Was presented 'by,
Mrs. W. 0. Nichols, program chair-
man. A short business meeting was
held and good reports were given
by all 'chairmen.
The meeting was closed with
prayer by Mrs. W. J. Daughtry.
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by 'the circle chairman, Mrs. P. B.
Fairley.
Mrs. M. L. Brit't, WMU program
chairman, discussed the 'purpose of
the Royal Service magazine -and
ways to present interesting pro-
grams. Mrs. Brigman, president of
the WMU, gave the duties of Cir-
cle committee chairmen.
Seven members were enrolled
and four visitors were present.
The' meeting was closed with a
)rayer by Mrs. Ferris Tarantino.
Mrs. Brigman served refresh-
ments to Mrs. Joe Fotner, Mrs.
Russell Goolsby, Mrs. Kenneth Ty-
er, Mrs. P. B. Fairley, Mrs. Tony
'eterman, Mrs. M. L. Britt. Mrs.
)orits .Smith, Mrs. 'Ferris Tarran-
ino, Mrs. Tom McCutchen and
Irs. David Jenkins.

sO- TO CHURCH -8UNDA'T


Young Matrons

Circle Meets
The Young Matron's Circle of
the First Baptist WMU met at the
home of Mrs. Francis Ohafin Mon-
day. The meeting was called to
order by Mrs. Francis Chafin 'and
was presided over 'by Mrs. John
Rich. Mrs. Virginia Arnold.- re-
sented the devotional taken from
Proverbs 31:10-31, also a passage
from Romans and Philippians:
The meeting was then turned
back to Francis Chafin who intro-
duced the' program. The program
was based on t ne.starL or the.WMU
,movement. Jadine Ellis, Trixie
Rich, Verna'Burch and Lou Taylor
presented 'the program. After the
program was over an election of
officers was held.
The new officers are as follows:
chairman, Virginia Arnold; co-
chairman, Ann Whittle; sec-treas.,
Lou Taylor; children's home chair-
man, Clara Cooley; prayer chair-
man, Jadine Ellis; program 'chair-
man, Annette Lowery; ,community
missions, Versa Burch; overseas
relief, Trixie Rich; stewardship,
Harriet Walker; mission study,
Virginia Arnold. -
The closing prayer was given
by Jadine Ellis and the meeting
was adjourned. Then ,a very tasty
refreshment was served by Francis
Chafin which wa.s enjoyed by all.


Circle Four

Met Monday
Circle Four of 'the WMU of the
First Baptist Church met Monday
afternoon at 3:00 p.m. in 'the home
of Mrs. L. Z. Henderson with five
members ,present.
Mrs. C.'A. McClellan presented
the devotional taken from the Roy-
al Service magazine .with the sub-
ject being "Go Ye", 'using scrip-
ture references from Luke 9:1-3,
Luke 10:1-4 and Matthew 10:6-10.
The program was followed with
prayer, led by Mrs. H. F. Ayers.
During .the business meeting
good reports were given by each
, committee and the meeting was
dismissed 'with prayer by Mrs.
Ruth Keels.
Everyone 'enjoyed the 'social hour
that followed.
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Mrs. BIacewell

-Hostess To Circle
Circle Number Two of the First
Baptist'WMU met Monday at 3:00
ip.m. in the home -of Mrs. Joe Brace-
well on Seventh Street.
The meeting was called 'to order
by hte chairman, Mrs. Roy Irwin.
Mrs. Wesley Ramsey broughtt the
devotional from Luke and Mat-
thew. She conducted a 'skit -on
"iWhat. One should Take On the


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WMU House Party". 'Mrs. Perry with prayer by Mrs. Dessle Lee
Elliott concluded 'the program with Parker.
a prayer. The -hostess served refreshments
After reading 'and adopting the to the six members present.
minutes the meeting was closed -.




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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBtft 19, 1959

Hunters Should Have Dogs Innouclated

Against Rabbies, Says State Vet

JACKSONVI I,LE-Hu-tintg dogs the veterinary said. He added that
should be Innoculated against ra- undoubtedly other wild asnnials
bies, says Dr. James E. Scatterday, have contracted the-disease, infect-
Director of the Division of Veteri- ed others and then died without
nary Public Health, Bureau of Pie- coming -to humalt attention.
ventable Diseases of the State Dr. Scatterday noted .that no case
Board of Health. of human rabies has occured in
litty-four known case of rabies Florida .since 194S, but that ihun-
have occurred In domestic and wild dreds of bitten persons are treated
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MORNING WORSHIP '11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
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PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M.
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Music Helps in Making,
Crusts For Pumpkin Pie
A CHEF who bakes a thousand pies a woek claims an aria
from Wagner will make a better pie c.: i; than kneading
the dough.
Karl Fleer, a Hanoverian by
birth and a master baker, has no
illusions, however, about the ef- ,y "
fectiveness of other music for the
pies havel no particular -choice.
Any old song will do.
For Americans who happen to
be traveling on Canadian National
SRailways' trains anywhere in
Canada -- coast to coast at i
U. S. Thanksgiving time in No-
vember, Karl plans to "sing out"
real old-fashioned pumpkin pies
for them. "They won't be home-
sick when ,they eat CNR pump-
kins pies." Karl aOrz. l .
Singing is niot the main ingre-
dienit the buoyant Karl puts in
his pastries he has favorite
recipes for his pies and the bun-
dreds of cupcakes, doughnuts and
buns he turns out in a week's
work, and he is always happy to Karl started baking when he
share them.
Pie baking is easy, but the crust was 14 years old. He came to
is the most difficult part, Chef Canada in 1928 and since 1948 has
Fleer admits. p been baking for the Canadian
"Let the pastry work itself," he National.
advises. "Don't knead it. Just let Here is Karl's recipe for Pump
the ingredients stand for an hour kin Custard Pie: f
and you'll find the fat and water Ingredients for two poies:
will combine. with the flour, the 1% cups pumpkin (canned) ,
water will evaporate a little and 6 eggs /
your pastry. will be a success." 2 cupsgranulated sugar
1 teaspoon slt
"Of course, having a steady oven I1 teapoor, ground nutmeg'
heat is very important" and he 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon'
adds "if you get impatient, do teapsoon ground ginger
as I do, sing away the time. It's' cups hot cream
a natural thing to do and doesn't 1 bastingspoon molted butter
distract me from my worA." Beat eggs and' sugar well to-
Karl's favorite recipe for pump- gether for at least 5 minutes. lMix
kin pie filling is a basic custard spices in a very little of the milk
one. He admits the filling is a and cream until smooth. Add bal-
matter of taste but all pumpkin ance of milk and cream and stir
pies must have some spices. He this mixture of spices aid milk
suggests adding pecans or almonds into the first mixture of eggs and
for a little variation. sugar. Place pumpkin puree in
"The most important thing bowl and gradually add the liquid
about pumpkin pie," he cautions, mixture to it. Fill pie to within
"is to serve it fresh,- just as soon / inch of the top and before place.
as it cools." And just as the pie ing pie in oven, sprinkle each pie
is taken to the table, he recom. with /2 bastingspoon of melted
mends a topping of whipped butter. Bake until well done and
cream. of good color. FNs


year. He 'said that eleven dogs
have .shown up6 with rabies, with
the other cases scattered, among
other domestic and wild animals.'
Dr. Scatterday said he was Arg-"
ing the inoculation of hunting
dogs at this time because the Win-
ter hunting season is here and the
dogs will be roaming afield and
subject to exposure to 'the disease.
He said the inoculation is inex-
pensive and can be obtained from.
,any veterinary, or animal hospital
and will give protection for a full
season.


Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, November 23
Lima beans with ham seasoning,
cheese wedges, cabbage slaw, white
bread, cherry pie and milk.
Tuesday, November 24,
- Spaghetfi and it sauce, .snap
beans, purple plums, white bread
and milk.
Wednesday, November 25
Thanksgiving Lurch '
Baked iarture slices, : dressing
ing and giblet gravy, English i dag,
crab apples, candy Mid vitt cup,
rolls and milk.


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port t. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship ... 6:15 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11 .06 a.m.

Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.


Anyway you

look at it...


LETTERS TO

THE EDITOR


Mr. Wesley Ramsey, Editor
The Star
Port St. Joe, Florida
Dear Wesley,
In my letter regarding the City
Commission meeting last week, I
indicated that two people spoke in
favor of the proposed bulkhead
line. After talking to .several peo-
ple who attended this meeting andy
the attorney for St. Joe "Paper
Company, I would. like to nafke a
correction and say that ,only one
person spoke in favor of the bulk-
head line. The attorney for' St. Joe
Paper -Company merely discussed
the legal aspects of the case and
did not express an opinion for or
against the proposal. I wish to offer
my aologies to this attorney .for
having made this error.
Yours very truly,
FRANK HANNON
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Bible Study

Witnesses Offer
Jehovah's Witnesses offer an
unusual program ot Bible study
for the coming week. Sunday at
3:00 p.m. -at the Kingdom Hall on
Fifth Sitreet in Apalaclhicola. R. W.
Grr.ynold.s, Jehovah's Witness- min-
ister of Port St. Joe, is called 'to
repeat the sermon, "Wha)t Can
Prayer Do For You?" which ,he de-
livered recently to congregations
in- Panama City and DeLand. Mr.
Greynolds feels that when prayers
are not answered, people should
not blame God; they..should study
God's word and learn the reason
for His silence.
Following the sermon, R. L. Pat-
terson conducts a Bible study
from a current Issue of the Watch-
tower entitled, "When God Speaks
Peace To All Nations."
. Tuesday, 8 p.m. G-reynolds meets
the study group at 121 Second Ave.
In' Port '*St Joe to discuss "Christ
Jesus As Michael, The Prince That
Stands Up To Establish God's King-
dona On Earth". This is taken
fiom the latest publication, "Your
Will Be Done On Earth".
Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Jehovah's
W.*nesses meet at the Kingdomn
Hall for a -twob hour. Ministry
School and Cbhristiai service train-
ing program. The theme; "Teach
Those Who Hunger -and Thirst for
Righteousness" will be developed


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as" adults participate in these pro- peace. All meetings are open O a
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hovah's, Witnesses;are. a on- .... '
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Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:80 p.a
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:80 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
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MENS
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--LET US--
GIVE
THANKS
NOT just for our
blessings themselves
...healt, happiness,
the rich abundance of
Our harvest or the
promise of harvests
to come...
NOT alone for our
awareness of these
blessings, which we
joyfully experience
through dedicated
souls, open minds and
willing hearts...
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spirit which urges us
to express our thanks
through worship,
thought and speech..
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SI Highland YeW Schroeder are residing in. Highland R. A. News Norris. ,t dial operation, according to a trunks can be extended b he Hoa.
View.By HAZEL REAMER .Mrs. Sqhroeder is hi The Highland View R. A. chapter Miss Lu.ille Stripling accom- joint announcement made this week pitala-operator tq' & des ed tele-
SBy HAZEL Phone AMER4976 former t. "M ormick-. was-called to order by their A1m-.panied Mr. ad Mrs. Edwin Has- by Dr. Rogers, Supt. of the Hosp- 'phoqE; THliH-os tal ope taor will
BE SAFE of y H E CR M Mr. af-MlTs.'R. ,V. Ho-well and. basdor in Chief, Jerry Branrch. kings to Parn,.ru City Saturday on tal and representatives of the1 St. 'also be to ,ransfer comig
"Mr.ad Mrs. Robert McEachern daughter Pactrica. of Parker visit. Ted Wlitfield led in the opening business. Jpseph Telephane .and, Telegapn calls troF be l elephon to an-
THAN o Tarier and Mrs LukE ed Mrs.- aerea mer an family Prayer. Scripture was read by .their Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey .spent Sun compa other.
ST ay. counselor, Archie Floyd. The scrip- day'-, iilD, T Marianna. .he Hospital will
row and Mrs. l. E. Gray of Carre- of Mrs. Doss Kelley will Lure was taken from the Gospel of Mr-. Helen Broom and children ,Under the new operlon, all. the telephone
RSbelle vi.d their sister. Mrs.- ... listed in the rgeular Chat oohee
SORRY thi Co TuIrsd. n'regret to learn she ls,-.papt.it at Matthew. Chapter 27:39-44. The are ,.pendhlg the week with Mrs. telephone..od. lhe ho tal'groundselephonediretorytope
OU RR Yton Cox Thursdaye. c t he Oa Maniciipi Hospital and wish. program was a story. of .mss Sometimeshwe Te Christian Cadets of h her a speedy recovery.- ary couple ina Honduras. The st6ry Hancel Norris. d .d.... .. x-.
are inclined Grove Assembly o God Church en. was entitled t"Opn'igIDodaSi faor taboo tdir0rsadptom ...yed. -.Th-a.kgiving -"nic"aththe e. Gospel" and another story was Miss Lucille Stripling and bro- goig'.br ugh, the Hospital Wtch' thM Lv rist modern in t whole
f ss But Baptist As..embly Grounds at Pan- ,:. Stork Shower, .. ead.enttled "Results of A Walk" their Ciiff spend& Sunday with their t:oard operaor, if the calling epa ounr. beial with he *In-
symptoms "- ana Ctv Saturday. The Cadets at- Fyette Schroeder w.as hon- The R. A. spent the rem aindd~f sister in Greensboro. ties know the desired number. Ou[- dining" feature, and mad possible
Sual tending from Highland View were d -r i a calling stork shower the meeting making plans and dis- g alls from the hospital 'to lo- by.the.coopeiion of the ital
war Mrs. Ine Glass, Miss Dea Glass.Tueday from sir .t eight p.m. No- cussidg a hike. Those present were- el Ch attabobch e su ccrber athorhe telepbe com-
Ta yle and Danny lass, Betty vembetr 10. -Hostesses were Mrs. Ar- Tomniy Adams, Jerry B ,d Nw e be dialed diet' without e a.- -pany; .
maylckp n chreame unr S il .chY Floyd and Mrs. P. T. McCor- Whitfield, Johnny Riht Irry Sta o.. 1 o e.f th- opial operator.
be your docb lior may 9- v-r ...e. nicl at. the McCormick hoome. Re- Jt chter, James Keel, Jerry buek oweve-r pa a mlg Bra n the H
be the best time .eve-ent. regular Private Brann change O HURCH UNDAY
medication is prescr ed bring your eBirhtdhmena of aaadwich a.cookies .unst3lor Gene Cox and Archiee
preription elo~ foE prompt, cour- vr d hoaorey y and punch were served to those Floyd. or the closing prayer the i... ---
tphe losintprder'th e N-west cpe dial telephone er-
tedus sev i s belti to be r o nored who called.' They were Mrs. Howard chapter formed a friendship circle will e est ed at .......
safe, than s .- : '-- daughter D)Lan oa her lh brrt McKinnon., Mrs. Richard Bishop. nd. every member took part In the FlidaStae ospiane year Automatic our
loiawithp-lnpartytmther home on Use you
November 4. After playing .e .di Jack. Tilman and f .iy, closing prayer. whcn the local change at Chatta-
all enjoyed hot dogs, roasted marsh- ainnie. Highland VIew yWA, Mrs. NEWS FROM hooche. is converted from manual M 1eerprinted Gulf Credit
uzze t Dru Store malow, and cold drinks. Thbse attie Lo 'urney. Mrs. A. D. CRO
helping Diane celebrate were: Sha- Rbberts, Valera-Ann Roberts. Mrs.,,". AOInvOices Card
Por Joe Florida- r ernin. Daid Wood. Lar r Skippr, M uby Cvin. For Exper
GorgeSkipper, Mrs.tuby Covi .PATNORRIS For Expert
A v., -Byrd, Edith, Georgie and Mike Mc- M:trs. EarlDavis, Mrs.'rt Floyi d, y' P N a d
Wan e i Lawhou, Tommy Adams. Joe Bar- s. T. O. RichardT. MrsVr.IJ. RADIO and TV
Wantfield, Edward Sanders. Frankie rimore. Mr Ruth Harbu,. e and Ms Allen Norri d
Whitehurst, Betty Creamer. Bar- L rriCre Mrs Ruth arbk. -childrbD of Apalahicia spent Fri-EPAIRS
bara Levis, elen Peal. Kay gton er. Mrs P.T. M omi day visiting friends iand relative REPAIRS
mL APER mith. Danny Raffield, Larry I 3. Arvil Doug Mr. JJ. Hill, in Oak Grove.
LL R Branch, Bety. Bray, Jackie Ra- ayon Abe, Dot belle .. ad Mrs. Raymond Heath Call DIAL BA 7-4971
ALL TYPES and KINDS tld" fi and tiane Dykes. S ending la Ab, Mt spen,. the ,week end visiting Mr. DIAL BAlI 7-4971
For UseIn Every Room 'ifts but 'unable to ttend were .MB Ki.bJame tles, Mr. A. Heat's ister Wes Bay.
NOW AVAILABLE AT Bah tt y.is. James' Zit-Q Mr. A. B.HBi terLisofBay. J I M M Y
SEELLS FIR TONE'STORE Juhnny Ricketer. pyati,.MrH.-M eM. a NorriC .r, BAIl 9 1756 G Kamar& So
22'led Avenue -n Lee .Yeager,.. Mr....Jessie-Cor e, -I
S-Sgt Al Sehroeder, Jr.. of Tyn- Mrs .bib' Dfva,'~i -i-lliUam F.
P.S.-We recommend H. F. Bar-
bee to doa neat job. 8t-9-17. da. AFB lert Friday. November 13 Wager.'..Mr..r,,W. C. Goodson, Mm. j. m a" G s- U; fflar <
bee to do a Aneat job. 8t-e7for HoLllouau,. AFB, New Mexico to Ena Mr. Wats. Mrighland View Service Station
,aoe"'t .oItr PAYS be gone for 35 days. He will receive Lizzie Daniells d' Mis Melba. .: ,


Day and Night
Service


Phone 7-2001


MYLASf JISH J4 AS OD GO 1

City Restaurant
At the Bus Station

SHRIMP BOXES
CHICKEN BOXES
FISH BOXES
Phone your order in and It
will be ready when you arrive.
PHONE BAIl 7-5431


FOR EXPERT

Electrical Repairs
and
Contracting
IT'S

WALL ELECTRIC
COMPANY
DIAL BAII 7-4331


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Contract Work A Specialty
Amuts for
Brand Name Plumbing Fixtures
-CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE-
TWO LICENSED PLUMBERS ON DUTY TO SERVE YOU

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110 HUNTER CIRCLE PHONE 7-2541


WE
ARE YOUR
PRESCRIPTION
PHARMACY


Member FDIC


ELECTRIC and REFRIGERATION SERVICE


DO YOUR
BANKING
HERE!
How ,:.in we help you
relax? First, you can
do all your banking
here in one stop. Sec.
ond. we offer every
p 0po ssible conveDlence.
Third, we have the ex-
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pend on.

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nutritious milk with every meal. You never ou
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SWith The Purchase of This Range ar n's air
From Now Until Thanksgiving U

TRADE TODAY "Gulf County's Only Milk Producer"
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loved one, the medication your
physician prescribes Is unsur-
passed in importance. Fortun-
ately, great progress has been
made in pharmaceutical re-
search. Modern drugs are high-
ly effective. They are entirely
new and different. They bear
no resemblance to the 35-cent prescription of 1939. We are proud
to be a part of the pharmaceutical profession, which is dedicated
to the restoration of health the saving and prolongation of
life. We hope you do not require pharmaceutical assistance, but,
should the need arise, you may be sure we are prepared to serve
you.


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John Robert Smith, Pharmaceutical Chemist


Phone 7-6111


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STYLE
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-- Our Specialties --
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Shrimp Boxes ------. 75c
Chicken Boxes -----75c
Oyster Boxes ------- 75c


Burger Baskets -.---- 45c
Hamburgers -- 5 for $1
Hot Dogs ----- 6 for $1


Black Hawk Iowa
SIRLOIN FOR TWO $3.50

Good Food Every Day In A Pleasant Eating Atmosphere
Phone Your Order In Have It Ready When You Arrive
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ST}IESTAR, Port St. JoAe, iorlda i-HUiRSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1959 H h
HighSchool Honor
T RollI s Listed for
The Tattler First Semester

Published by Listed below are the pupils who
made the Port St. Joe High School
BOYES DEPARTMENT STORE''onor noll the first 'six weeks of
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner. the 1959-1960 school year. The list
2 2" 2 REID;AVE. i PORT T. JOE, FLA. '' was furnished by Leroy Bowdoin,
PHONE BALL 7.4261 principal -of the Port St. Joe High
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor School.
Associate Editors YOU-A1 L. In order for a pupil to make the
honor roll he has ,to have -at least
"Dedicated to Better Selling 'mixed with 4.. -: all "B's" for his grades in all school
Little fan" BOYLES ubjdcts. A "B" minus disqualifies
STORE:PERSONNEL -a pupil for the-,list.
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager In addition to the -grade require-
GUY N. MIDDLETON .-..-......- Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes ment, the pupil has 'to have satis-
EARLINE SNELL ____ Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear factory marks on all his character
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery .traits which are listed on the re-
ESTHER TAYLOR MARY REEVES JIMMY STEPHENS .port card
--^^ w^ -.^ ALL 'A' HONOR ROLL
12t'h grade: Norma Hobbs.
STARTING TODAY thgrade: Norman Hall.
7th grade: Phyllis Smith.
BOYLES PRE-HOLIDAY CLEARANCE WITH 88c DAYS 'A' and '8' HONOR. ROLL
BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR FREE THANKSGIVING TURKEY 12th grade: Preston Ramsey, Co-
While this is written we're busy as bees at7Boyles-getting ready ral Lee Armstrong, Diana Mc-
for Thanksgiving and Christmas, the very best time of the year. Now, Knight, Barbara Eells, Wayne Mil-
why is It the best time of the year? Well, this questlqn could be an- ler, Dot Asbelle, Joyee.Davil, Bob
swered in.many ways since volumes have been written about Thanks- Dennis, Crista Buren, Carrie Jo
giving and Christmas. This column's answer wilL.be brief and .to the ..letcher, Sarah Harper, Ray Lapey-
point: It's simply a time of giving and thinking of others. Yes, g(v- rouse, Terry Porter, William Todd,
ing THANKS and giving GIFTS. The real. permanent.pleasures and Stephen Whealton, Betty Butts, Di-
satisfactions In life are derived in GIVING, not GETTING, Right ana Fitzpatrick, Alice Jean Gay,
now, no,doubt.you're.counting your money and asking:-"How much Gloria Mae Gainous and Francesl
can I .give"?- We at Boyles are giving of experience, our time and Spears.
effort in 'every possible manner to make it easier and more economl- lth grade:, Rodney Spaulding,
;cal for you to. havethe-necessities of life without overworking your Coleman Tharpe, Mary Jane .Bob-
pocketbook. Yes, it's hard work but we're having a lot of fun. It: makes bitt, Carol Hutchins, Rexine White
us happy to see the ..pleasure on- your--faces when you find what you White, Don Rutland, Tom Martin
want at the price you want to pay. Then we know our efforts have Watts, Rita Cooper, Betty Ann
not been in vain. Our mission,.my friends, is- toQmake you happy Ford, Mavie Kennedy, Jean McAr-
with our service and merchandise values. Our success will be mea-' dle and Ann Mosley.
...sured with this yardstick and we -are entirely. dependent on your 10th. grade: Freddie Bowdoin,
,, .yaltyi and .patronage. ", Larry Knox, Mickey Thonp-on,
.On my way back from a little fishing trip on Wetapo Creek, Phyllis Reed, Pat Kerrigan, Linda
S..having no luck and feeling a little low, just happened to pick up O-asey, Sue Durant, Rura Oakes,
., anold friend and.customer, Ted Whitfield of Highland View. His Mildred -Tillman, *Elaine Wood,
usual chipper self, Ted made- some kind references to this column Tony Malge, Peggy Lewis, Court-
and also reminded me .that -he had been a customer of mine for 18 ney Mar-tin, Paul Presnell and Ray
years and. that .his good wife always enjoyed shopping at Boyles. Rester.
Well, right away,-I began to feel better. Yes, I gave thanks Instead 9th -grade: Carol Reed; Mabel
of complaining about catching no fish. I was impressed with Ted's Stone, Malzie Stone and Heleneye
subdivision on Wetapo Creek an Ideal spot for fishing, peaceful Rutland.
rest and .relaxation. Have you seen it? 8th grade: Sandra Bass, Sandra
Mary -Pickford -suggests that we "Do Something Different" and Baxley, Carolyn Hampton., Patsy
makes the following -.observations: "We humans draw our own Patterson, Sue Parker, Ellen Scis-
tight little circles around us and imprison ourselves within them. son, Albert-Gentry, Douglas Hall-
...We hedge -our lives around with rules and-regulations, customs, man, Leon Hobbs, Richard Knox,
habits- and beliefs, and we shut ourselves off from the whole rich David Porter, Ellis Steph-ens, For-
world. We are too much with ourselves". 60o you suppose we're gett- est Van Camp and Vesta Kay
Sing out of lifeiallthere is to get? Are we missing something because Suggs.
we're afraid to try something new? This brings us-to a closing sug- 7th grade: Marie Rbatmes, Kathy
gestlon: If you've never tried shopping Boyles during 88c Days why Garret, Patsy Prince, Wanda Jean
not give it a fling? We're all. set with real, sensible down to earth Odom, Paula Lovett, Sandy Lee,
merchandise values for the entire:family. We give thanks fbr the- Billy Wager, Charles Thomas, Lar-
many families that have tried'it and discovered It pays in more ry Parker and Peter',Fox.
.ways than one. S'ong : -RGB

Xmas Workers


The Star Brigs News of Your Neighbors


FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
"Holding Forth the Word of Life"
Temporarily Meeting at the High School
SUNDAY'SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
"Courtship, 2000 B. C."
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
"Ephesus the Fallen Church"




Refresh Yourself


With the Cone


With the


Cur/ On Toi!


WE FEATURE ...

SHAKES SUNDAES BULK ICE CREAM
Try our HAMBURGERS, HOT DOGS and other
Delicious Sandwiches.




I TAtA FOR TASTE A FOOD FOR


and SANDWICH SHOP


Must Have Social

Security Numbers
Individuals who expect to work
during the Christmas season may
need to.apply for a social security
card, John V. Carey, district -man-
ager of the Panama -City social se-
curity office, ,,said this week. Any
work in business is -covered by 'so-
cial security, ,een though part time,
and a worker should be able to
-how. his socia Isecurity card ot his
employer. -
Application forms -for a social se-
curity -card, original or replacement
card, aud for .change of name, may
be obtained at your social security
office, Carey continued. If you do
not live in a city which has..a social
security office, you may obtain the
necessary forms at your local post
office. Remember, you should not
expect you employer to -copy it
from a slip -of paper. Always be re-
pared to, show him your card. If
Syou have changed your name, ap-
ply for -a new card -showing your
current name 'but your 2old social
security number.
Some social ,security beneficiar-
ies -may want to -work -during the
i Christmas season and may do so
without giving up any of their -so-
cial security benefits as long as
their total earnings for the year do
not go over $1,200.00, Carey con-
cluded. Of course, social -security
beneficiaries who are over the age
of 72 may have any -amount of earn-
ings without -affecting their rights
-to social security -benefits. For fur-
ther information, contact your near-
est social security -office. The of-
fice 'for 'this area is located -at 1135
Harrison Avenue, Panama City.
The telephone number is POplar
3-5381.
Visitors From Georgia
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ebersole of
Macon, Ga., visited friends and
relatives 'here last week end.


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SALE STARTS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19


FREE!

THANKSGIVING

TURKEY

BE SURE TO REGISTER
THURS., FRI. and SAT.

First quality, full fashioned
NYLON HOSE

2pr. 88c
You buy them regularly for 59c
pr. Save 25% during this salel


Record values In Children's
Rayon Briefs and Spencer
Knit Cotton Training
PANTIES
SALE PRICE
4 pr. 88c


Challis
GOWN and


DUSTER SET
By Phil-Maid. Unbelievable buy
at oly


Soft, colorful prints, sanforized
fabric. Ladles sizes.

Challis and Flannel
GOWNS for Ladies
$1.88 'and $2.88


Values up to $49.50 Famous Betty Rose

COATS and SUITS
Clearance Price

w U U W W "


Regular and half sizes In suits Fine fabrics,
* Buy now and save about 25% at BoylesI


choice colors


A complete selection

Loveable Bras

88c
A Real $1.00 Value
Phil-Maid Rayon Tricot

PANTIES

2pr. 88c
Attractive stripes, prints and
solid white. All sizes, 5 to 10.


SValues up to $1.49 yd. .Fine quality, 59c Value Drip Dry Spencer Knit Infants
COTTON

DRAPERY 0ad SLIP COVER FABRICS YARD GOODS P A J AMAS


2 Yards $1.88 2yds. 88c 2pr.$2.88
Pastels .
A choice selection of patterns Past
Now sla the time to freshen up and save for the holidays and colors With plastic feet 0 to 8
and olos Wih pastc DYSfeAtUREt


Children's
SWEATERS
CARDIGANS
$2.88
SLIPOVERS.
h $1.88
Choose from orlon or banlon,
Sizes 3 to 6x, 7 to 14

Boy's long sleeve
Sport Shirts

2 for $2.88
Full cut, sanforized woven fab-
rics in new colors and patterns.
Sizes up to 18.


A very special group Colorful and Exciting


DRESSES. -- 5. 8 8

Quite a number of advanced Spring 1960.styles are Included in
this group Missy, Junior and Half Sizes. Mostly drip dry
cottons. ,


Ladles, see this Special Group Fall and Winter Styles
SHOES --$1.88


Excellent styles in flats


with a few heels in the group


88c DAYS FEATURE
Nylon, Lace Trimmed

SLIPS

$1.88
Ladies sizes a quality gar-
me't by Stoneswear. 32 to 4.


Boy's quilted Lined
JACKETS

'$2.88
Sizes 2 to 7. The best buy of all.


All men's Happ and" Sunset


DRESS PANTS


88c off


Each pair .during this big*-sale.Priced $5.95 to $9.95. Men, you'll
save to buy nowl Free altera-tions.


Men's sanforized cotton flannel and gingham, long sleeve
SPORT SHIRTS $1.88
Attractive plaids and checks,. why pay more? S, M, L, XL


222 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, FLA.


Men's full cut, sanforized
WORK SUITS
Shirt and pants to match,
Both for $4.88


twill


Colors are tan or grey. Sizes 28
to 42 pants, 14 to 17 shirts.

Men's 9 oz. bartacked, sanforized
DUNGAREES
$1.88 pr.
Sizes 28 to 40 .. unbeatable
value


Men's nylon re-inforced
KNIT BRIEFS


You'd pay $1.00 elsewhere
3 pr. $1.88

Luxurious solid color satin
trimmed
BLANKETS
$5.95 Value
Sale price only
$4.88


SMARTOSOP.ATH


~" Men's and Boys'

OXFORDS and LOAFERS
Pair $4.88
This is a most outstanding group of leather shoes with long
wearing rubber soles. For work or dress. 3 to 6, 6/2 to 12.


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ot j t ...hief.irats .aatd4ig
n nOme.S about 10:.15 p.m .The faulty, flue
Sjhad caused a .small blaze in the at-
Damaged By Fire 4r c se 'a r wa-inth y
put oUtn' "N:
The home of Walter C. Batson The ton' decided spend
was gutted by fire Monday night te iretaider of the n-iglit with
caused by a faulty stove flue. e eghbors. At 3:45 Tuesday
S The local Volunteer Fire Depart- some n eghbors. At 3:45 Tu-.esday
e lol Vol e Fe e morning the house was discovered
ment received a call to the Batson morning h e u ws discoverdnt
in flames and the fire department

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Looking For' Something Very New?

Looking for Something Excitingly Different?

Looking for Something for Dress?

Looking for Something for Play? .


YOU WILL FIND THEM ALL AT


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Sweaters -Blouses Dresses Sportswear

FromToddlers Through Ladies-


Sfiiled Out 4ain ab time
the fire wa.g diWcoveid ,td0 late
and the haofe i4'A htted by the
flaifes:
A the Barson'A possessions in
the house were loit, but the house
and its contents were insured, ac-
cording to Batson.
, Two neighboring houses were ial-
so threatened by the flames, but
quick action by 'the fire department
minimized danger 'to the neighbor-
ing dwellings. One neighboring
house, which was unoccupied, 'had
caught fire before 'the fire depart-
ment arrived, butI lit was. quickly
.extinguished.
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Football
(Continued from page 1)


their season by traveling,.to Fort
Walton Beach for their ,final and
toughest game of the season..The
Sharks have been unable to defeat
the Choctaws in three previous
meetingss. and will ha looking for


the
po.
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EVANGELISTS C'lhrl;e ,and Sophia Wade are 'appearing 'in the area
wider tent revivaIl which begins November 19 at 7:30 p.m.. Their
big heated tent Is located at Fifth Street in Highland View.


THBE STAA, Port St. JoeP Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1989



-THE STAR
Publimhed W Thura A 30A Williams Avi ue. Pert St. Joe, Florida

WESLET R. BAMSET Editor and Pbuidher
A IN UotP Opert, 4a Maa, 4 iNer Mo Oolumn0t, Reporter, Proof Reader
ONE YEAR, AD0 SIX MONTHS $.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
UBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
btered u .oad-colm matter, Deceber 19. 197, at the Postoffice, Pert St. Joe,-
Florlda, under Act et March 3, 1879.
DIAL BAl 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-i cas of error ormissions inadvertiements, the p bliberl
do. not hold thelumlvei laish 1 for damage further thae amount received for auch
adv tiement. ... :
The spoken word Is given scant attention; the printed word in thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word bareir y ;,m e .t .rintd wor thoroughly colancei .
The spoken word Is loti; the printed word rema


tent Is located at Fifth Street at
Highland View.
Mrs. Sophia Wad'e, wife" of the
evangelist, is an outstanding .slng-
er, musician teacher and composer
and will .'appear each night on the


FOR SALE
3 bedroom home on Bellamy Cir-
cle. 3 months old. Pay owner's
equity.
4 new bomes being built oa Bel-
lamy Clrole. FHA financing. To be
completed within next 30 days.


S. ts, at St..Joe. Beaca.. Small
eir first win against this big, THE YARDSTICK Ten ; S program. down payment. Small monthly ipay-
werful team that rulesthe roost n Revival Starts Evaes Wade is a nationallyI '.-
the brother North Florida Con- St. Joe Quincy L A st Wade is io PRIDGEON AGENCY
ene. .The .Sharks will have to 12 First down '20 I At ln evangelist, wo assured 411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741
:The .Sharksw -ilhave to 1d n .- 2 -do...- 'the hearts of people everywhere he''
%y as good a. game against Ohoc- 72 ..-.. Yards rushing 2--..._ 295 ministers. Rev. Wade preaches a FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
wha'tchee a-s -itey did- against 18S -..._-. Yards passing'-.._._-:.: 0 Evangelist and Mrs. harlie. 'sound gospel without compromise ith 65 p motor. Sleeps two,
head, galley, $1200.00. ,See B. Roy-
incy to stay in the -game, but 17 Passes attempted ...... 2 Wade ar .conducting an area-wide or apology. His messages will be Gibson or call BAll 7-5771. R
th that kind of effort, the local 13- ....... Passes, completed -- 0 tent revival meeting at Highland stralght from the Bible and are in -
Is might 'just pull off .the upset 1 ... Fumbles lost ............. 1 View. The revival will ruu rom complete harmony with the 'teach- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. Pric-
-the year. 45 ..... Yards penalized 75 i November 19 'to December 13. The Ing of the New Testament. whlc-h Fourth St., Call 7-8591. tf-ll- 2
emphasizes deliverance of s.oul and -- -- b----dom.- -
-body. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house t
St FRE TURKE White City. With S lots. Reason-
FREE TURKEY The first service will be -tonight able. Call BAll 7-8708. 4Lp-11-12
at 7:30. Everyone la invited to FOR SALE: Spark fuel oil heater
With Purchae-o $79.00 come..Prayer of-deliverance will in excellent condition. Joseph V.

SFOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with
Paam City Manag er apartment building on rear of
.. .lot" 2 be.doom un3a&-Wshed apart-
LL FOA M BER SOF S EEPER Seaks TKiani meatupstairs,.2bedroom.furnshed
-LL F i A l M k L. S O FA* -L Pa E Spak To iw n-is apartment downstairs. Contact Rev.
S- -- A. G. McKeithen, 1207 Llsenby Ave.
Earl, Watkins, city manager of F.hone PO 3-2440, Panama City, Fla.
SOLID FOAM RUB B ER CUSHIONS Panama City spoke to the Kiwauls FOR SALE: 14-foot Lone Star Mon-
Club Tuesday giving them the re- terey with 35 hp. Big Twin Evin-

sa'bt hT l All like new. Take up payments.
:e Slumberline for good sound government .was Wimberly Pontiac Co. Phone 7-3411.
firm,. aggressive anld planning, lea-
O ..-.- .J- dership. "A government who will FOUND: Valuable ringatfootball
..";. .E ). push to get somethingg done in it% game. Owner may have by identi-
Scommunity, sl usually a good:gov- tying and -paying for this ad. Con-
*ermient". Watkins said, along thiis tact John McKenzle or phone BAil
Line that poor planning, and zoning 7-3071. .Atp-10-28.
$E scan stagnate an area,whic is bd SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Nylon Cover .. or any city Btford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 f1r
Watkins said a city must provide quick expert service. a
,fair, honest treatment in Lts facill- LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ies and services. "Playing favor- Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
S' tes inoferingof city services is th dayht every
the most unfair thing that can 'hap-
SNever before! A Sleeper that pe in city government". THERE WILL BE a regular com-
S. o. affords the finest in seating and Watkins also .said that a good munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
seeping comfort as well as the' city government must provide all third Thursday at 8:00) p.m.
;.; "v good looks of an expensive' the necessary city services In ad- A
sofa. Here is one bed your quate quantities to be,. of 'use to -
guests won't mind sleeping in the citizens. And, of course, all of ED McFARLAND, W. M.
because it will be the most this must be accomplished with ROY L. BURCH, Secretary
economy. .All Master Masons cordially invited
"*"L comfortable bed in your home. A vaie- watkins summed up his talk by SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
ty of smart decorator fabrics to com- saying, "A community usually gets 0. F.-Meets first and ,third
plement any decor. the kind Of 'government it de- Fridays, 7:30 p.m. In Masonic:
Sse rves".Hall. All members urged 'to attend.
The smart easy way to have an extra Noble Grand: Chris Martin
Bedroom for the cst of a sofa 'alone. Guests of the club were Norman Secretary: W. H. Weeks
bedroom' for the ost of a sofa alone. *Buebert from the Key Club, Rob-
e, Marlow, manager of the high R. A. M'-Regular convocation of
s o t v St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
Fu Size Foam Rubber Mattress choolfootballea; .. M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
Full Size Foam Rubber Mattress. Bradley, pastor of the First Metho- lng brothers welcome. Robert L.
dist Church and Rev. Si Mathison Creamer, Sr., High Priest, H. R.
ofg Opellka, Alabama. Maige, Secretary.
I IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in
r A't IEIC A saving money see us for anything
S.J. i .ICU ADS. you need in your home. STOP and
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished SWAP SHOP.
cottages. $45 .per month. Ander- LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tfto hour. Out your lawn and let me
SFOR RENT: One and two bedroom worry withupkeepf mower.-Gulf
attracieN funisd awo bero Service Station, Aubrey R. ToamlLn
atateyfrih aparLson, Phone 7-7501.
ments. Ek ool, in summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fan&. WISSIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
UB TThey have to be seen to be appre- THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
dciated.- Also nice Trailer parking Ing first and third Thursday nights
space. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wl- 8: 00 p.m., American Legion Home.
SIZE mico Lodge Apartments.-and TraiL- ,'
er Park, White City. tfC-8-20 NOTICE OF ELECTION
m ,FOR RENT: House at Beacon Hill. SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DIST-
S- Furnished. Contact SilasR. Stone RIOT NO. 1, GULF COUNTY,
Phone 7-7161 tfc-10-22 FLORIDA
'Pursuant to Section 230.39 of the
1 v' FORF RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom Florida School Laws, notice is
S "house. $40.00 per month. Phone hereby given that the next Regular
7-5341. Frank LeHardy. tfc-11-5 Biennial Election in Special Tax
PLUS FED. EXCISE TAXI District No. 1 (county wide)' i s call-
ANTIQ M' FOR RENT: 1, 2 and 3 bedroom ed for Tuesday, the Sth day of De-
S ANTIQUE EMBOSSING furnished houses. Call J. D. Clark cmber, A. D 1959, or the said
4 EXCITING ADDS ELEGANCE after 4:00 p.m.,BAll 7-7771. district to determine the rate of
1 CO OB H *.^ l^ ^' ^ O niB I FOR RENT: 3: houses, at beach, un- milgeto be assessed and collect-
COLORS TO YOUR HOME I furnised. One- furnished. houe on the property thereind for the
French Blue at Mexico Beach. One furnished next ensuing two (2) years, and to
*-" i.}.. French Blue H iat Mexico Beach. One furnished
Frenh.lue house, corner Woodward and Ninth elect ,three (3) trustees for the dis-
0 CocoaSt. Phone 7-3171 or 7-5511, 1. W. strict for the next ensuing two (2)
1 Charcoal Grey7Duren.7 f-11-19 years (no two trustees shall be
SCharcoal Gre Duren. elected from any one School Board
S Capri Blue FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- Member Residence District). All
ment for couple only. Phone no. qualified elector residents within
S7-7641. Mrs. A. M. Jones. tfc-11-19 said district (county wide) who
FOR SALE: Lot. Located on 10th property and are otherwise quall-
Y ATURES Street. 75x180. Call W. L. Winters, tifled according to law,-are entitled
JRY FEATURES Phone 7-3676. Itp to vote at said election. It is de-
1 Atermined that ten (10) mills will
TRAIN CASE FOR SALE: 2 bedroom well built be necessary to maintain a uniform
COMPLETE WITH house. Mexico Beach. Phone system of Florida schools within
MIRROR, ''9-1113, W. Buckloh. t"fc-10-1 said district.
"TLLO-Precincts 1, 2, 3 and 4 will vote
BOTTLE OPS MEXICO BEACH RENTALS in City Hall, Wewahitchka. The
1 bedroom furnisheql apts. $40.00 pollholders are Mrs. Leona O'Neal,
Iper 'month. 2 bedroom .furnished Clerk; Mrs. Annie Cook, Mrs. Mar-
flfl apts. $50.0.0 to'-$60.00 per month., ia Pitts and Mrs. Rose Campbell,
2 unfurnished 2 bedroom apts. Inspectors.
| $50.00 per month. Residential and Precincts 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 will
Commercial lots. Terms. Duplex tor vote In the City Hall in Port St.
ylM H SEE OUR $1.00 TABLE \ sale, good income, terms. Joe, with the following poll hold-
MEXICO BEACH OFFICE ers: Mrs. Hazel Ferrell, Clerk;
OF VALUES c. M. Parker- Reg. Real Estate Bro. Mrs. Harold Chafin, Mrs. ZolaMad-
.. .. Phone BAll 9-1121, Port St. Joe dox and Mrs. T. O. Richards, In-
,j Mail: Box 123, Mexico Baech Sta. speetors.
MM Free Delivery Within 100 Miles Panama City,. Fla. ATTEST:
Thomas A. Owens
No Outside Finanoing FOR SALE: 3 choice corner lots at Superintendent.
NoW Outside FlnanonLimit 2 To a Customer White City. Adjoining, canal. See Joseph K. Whitflild
.... .... Brarton Ward or call 7-8916. tfcie- Ohadrman 6 t.-11-5


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