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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak witli t I
once tn awhile-Trade with
'your home town merchants
"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
-ORT ST. JOE, FWRIDA
S The Port St. Joe Kiwanis
Club will sponsor another of
their "Pancake Days" this
Saturday at the Seafarer Res-
taurant on Reid Avenue.
The early morning pancake
meal will be held from 6:00 to
10:00 a.m. The evening meal
will be held from 6:00 to 9:00
All those taking part in the,
mepis will be fed to the burst-
ing point with delicious Pills-
bury pancakes, Copeland sau-
sage and Velda milk.
The waiters (not French
but domestic American) will
be made up by members of
the Kiwanis Club. These wait-.
ers are now experienced and
will not spill pancakes all
over you.- Dr_. Joe*-Hendrix,
president of the Kiwanis Club
has said that' no tipping of the
waiters will, be allowed.
Any member of the Kiwanis
Club can be forced with very
little persuasion to sell you
a ticket for $1.00 for an adult
or 50c for children.
The club members will not
sing to provide entertainment.
Jack Justice Is
-Jack Justice, a former resident
of Port St. Joe was killed Monday
afternoon in an automobile acci-
dent near Donalsonville, Ga. about
2:30 ip.m. According to the Sheriff's
department at Donalsonville, Jus-
tice had applied the brakes to his
car and the left front wheel locked
causing him 'to lose control of the
maphJ.ne.. The 'ear overturned twice
pinning Ju.stice underneath. He
Died a short while laRte'in-a-Dpon-
asonville hospital. Justice" was on
lhis way to Port St. Joe where his
wl.t and family were spending the
holidays with his in-laws, Mr. and
Mrd. Roy Irwin.
The Justices live in Montgomery
Survivors include 'his widow,
Mrs. Betty Justice and two young
sons, Tony and Corky.
funerall services were held yes-
terday morning at 10:00 a.m. from-
the First Baptist Church with the
Rev. C. Byron Smith officiating.
Interment was in Holly Hill Ceme-
Pallbearers were Leonard Belin,
Tommy Mitchell, Tommy Pridgeon,
Jr., W. O. Howard, Harold Hinote
and Terry Hinote.
Comforter Funeral Home was In
charge of arrangements.
Xmas Seal Money-
Slow Coming In
Gulf County TB and Health As
.Soci.ation is now in the third week
of their annual Christmas Seal Sale
.program. Replies to the appeal for
funds are slowly coming in, accord-
ing to chairman R. H. Ellzey.
Chairman Ellzey stresses the im-
portance of making 'this drive a
success in the county. Unlike oth-
er Illness TB is not given 'the head-
lines in the news media, but that
doesn't mean that TB is not still
prevalent. There are seven patients
from Gulf County in the state TB
,hospitals. Funds fram this drive ,go
to help cure these seven .people.
One citizen of Gulf county died
from this disease this past year.
The TB program of research ov-
er the nation is now on .the thres-
hold of greater learning. Research
that may- be the answer to TB.
This can oily come about ifevery-
one does his or her share in the TB
Seal Sale drive-the only source
of funds for this operation,
EBlzey reports to date he has re-
ceived 104 letters: with $249.50 en-
closed. 3,100 letters were mailed
out on November 16.
Returns From Vacation
Mrs. Verna Smith returned Sat-
Surday from a two week vacation
in Baton Rouge, La., where she is-
ited her daughter and family, Mr.
and Mrs. John Lane. Mrs. Eliza-
beth Jones spent several days with
the Lanes and accompanied Mrs.
Smith back :home.
FIRST PRIZE WINNER-Above is the float entered by ti- B ro.wie Sc-outs
Clans parade in downtown Port St. Joe. The float dep-cted "Christmas
Seated on the float are several members of the Brownie Scouts.
BOY SCOUT TROOP 47 entered the above 'fl,.oat depicting a familiarr scene on Cliristmaa Eve Night.
Momma and Poppa sitting by the -tree trying .to get the "youcguns" to s-leep. But of course, tht
**younguns" don't want to go. This float won second prize. h (Star photo)
Junior Class Play
The Junior Class .rf the t'oit St.
Joe High School will present the
three-act comedy. '-Bolts and Nuts"
Friday night, December 4 at 8:00
p.m. in 'the High School Auditor-
Admission to the play, will be
$1.00 for adults 'and 50c for stu-
The play centers around a man-
sion inherited by Mrs. Bolt, which
she turns into a s.initariuum for peo-
ple with nervous disorders. The
fun begins when the "Nuts" begin
to poar in.
The cast of characters will in-
Rebecca Bolt, manager of the
sanitarium ........ Mary Jane Bobbitt
Benita Bolt, Rebecca's niece ....
... Ann Mosely
Lutie Spinks. the maid, "
Martha Grubb, the cook ---
Twink Starr, Benita's fiance --
Dr. *Hippocrates Joy, a psychia-
trist Coleman Tharpe
Henry Goober, the porter ....--...--
Phineas Plunkett, a lawyer .....---
Miss 'Pru'nella Figg, a patient
Cadwalleder Clippy, a. patient
Mrs. Gertie Glossop, a patient
Wilbur Glossop, her darting child
Jack Gordon, a young interne,
The play will be presented this
afternoon to the school in a mati-
*nee performance with the public
performance tomorrow night. The
class invites everyone to attend
this play for an evening of ,en-
Week End Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harris and
,children of Pensacola were week
end guests of Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon.)
Moose Wants Toys
For Poor Children
The Loyal Order of Moose Lodge
in Port St. Joe is asking' for old
toys that can be repaired. The toys
will be distributed by the. Moose
after tr'vy are repaired, 'to under-
privil'edged children on Christmas
day. This is an annual project of
the Moose Club along with their
annual food basket at Christmas
The Moose ask-s that the toys be
turned in as. soon as possible so
they may be repaired, and repaint-
ed in time for Christmas.
If you have toys you wish to do-
nate, pall 7-5291 at the Moose Lodge
after 5:00 'p.m. and -:.ley' will be
picked up or you may leave the
toys at Hammock's Barber Shop.
Chamber of Commerce
Sets Dinner Meeting
The. Port St. Joe Chl.unber of
Commerce will have its annual
members meeting on Monday night,
Dec:,-mber 7 at 8:00 p.m. at Van
Horn's Beach Restaurant.
At this meeting three new direc-
,tors will be elected .to the Board
by 'the membership to serve for a
three year 'term.
There will be discussion during
the evening concerning new indus-
try that has recently announced
its intention to locate in Port St.
Election To Set
Thle Ibeuiat school election for
iie purpose, of fixing the mileage
for .maintenance and. support of-
schools andfor the election of thrae
school trustees has-.been set for
Tuesday, December 8. Those eli-
gible to vote in the election are
qualified voters of the county who
are freeholders, meaning those who
pay taxes on.real or personal -pro-
perty and who are otherwise quall-
fied as voters.
Candidates for school trustee are
qualified, by petitions signed by at
least five eligible voters of the
county. Each of the members of
the present Board of Trustees,
which is composed of Mrs. Alma
Jones, and James H. Greetr of.Port
St. Joe and, Claud.e Lister of We-
wahitchka, have qualified for re-
electiop. No other candidates have
qualified for the school posts, ac-
cording to Thomas A. Owens, Coun-
ty Superintendent of Public Instruc-
A maintenance and support levy
of ten mills has been 'recommend-
ed by 'the Gulf County School Board
as the district millage- levy esti-
mated as required to continue the
school program in its present ba-.
sis for the ensuing two years. This
is 'the same total district nmilla.ge
levy now in effect for support and
maintenance of school's.
Precincts 1, 2, 3 and 4 will vote
in the City Hall at Wewahitchka.
The pollholders are Mrs. Leona
O'Neal, Clerk; Mrs. Annie- Cook,
Mrs. Marvin Pitts and Mi's. Rose
Campbell, Inspectors. '
I '.'s9U R 7 IQ 0 -1Ud 1 LA -II
?-e i.li t ;,5 D, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10u wil
vote in the City Hall in Port St.
Highland. View Church Joe, with the following poll'-hold-
Will Show Color Movies ers: Mrs. Hazel Ferrell, Clerk;
Mrs. Harold Chafin, Mrs. Zola Mad-
The Highland' View Methodist dox and Mrs. T. 0; Richards, In-
Church announces that on Sunday spectors. "
night, December 6, at 7:30 'p.m. --
the color sound film entitled, offers, an invitation to the public
"Birth of the Saviour" will be to attend the showing of this film.
shown. This film is released through the
SThe Pastor, Rev. C. M. Parker, IMethodist Publishing House.
Approxl.mately 2,00) people were
on hand In downtown Port St. Joe
Tuesday night .to welcome old San-
ta Claus on his annual visit to Port
Santa arrived on the scene yes-
terday afternoon and appeared at
4:00)1 p.m. In the Colored section of
Port St. Joe where he was mobbed
by about 61.11) children who each
talked to Santa and were given a
candy favor by the merry gentle-
man who never grows old.
Santa was the star attraction int
a big parade In downtown Port St.
Joe Tuesday evening at 6:00 p.m.
Helping Santa in the big parade
given in his honor were the high
school band, a Cub Scout color
guard, 'the Boy Scouts, and Meveral
floats and decorated cars. San.ta
was the central attraction of -the
big parade, perched up on his big
red sleigh, which was drawn on a
trailer for lack *dt snow here in
The big 'parade 'made its way .up
Reld 'Avenue after being kicked off
by a loud fireworks barrage, amid
the cheers and calls of hundreds of
children. Clo'wns accompanied the blue ,plastic and had various Brow-
big parade passing out candy to nie Scouts dressed in native coa-
'the children and making everybody, tume of various countries of the
happy. Onec of the features oi the world. Riding the float were: Gayle
clown acts was the clown in the Richards, "Arabia"; Barbara Buz-
miniature Model "'T" who had more zett, "Scotland"; Mary Linda qar-
trouble m-aking his eatr go right" rett, "Argentina"; Dottie Sutton,
than the 268 pound Santa would "Spain"; Donna Parker. "Switzer-
have getting down a stove pipe on land"; Beth Creech, "Holland";
Christmas morning. Karen King, "Sweden"; Charlotte
Following the big parade. Santa Marshall, "Japan"; Becky Hendrix,
parked his sleigh under the Btop "Poland" and Becky Hendriv, the
light on Reid Avenue where he "United States".
"held corI't" with his many young Second prize was won by Troop
admirers. 47 of the Boy Scouts. This float-de-
F'LOAT CONTEST picted a typical family scene at
In conjunction with the pa.iade, Christmas time with the "father"
which is sponsored by the Mer- Ed Bobbitt seated in his easy chair
chant's Division of the Port St. Joe by .the Christmas 'tree and "mother"
Chamber of Commerce, a contest Wilma Nell Thursbay, sitting by.
w'as underway for the best- float Children seeking around the door
enuter.ed in the parade. Only those looking for Santa Claus were Lar-
floats entered by organizations, oth- ry Parker, Bob Craig, Jimmy Dozler
er than Merchant's Division meem- and Michael White.
bers were eligible to win. Taking third prize in the float
PRIZE WINNERS contest was the Kiwanis Club float
Winner of the first prize of which depicted "Christmas Morn".
$100.00 cash was the float entered *Riding this float were Joe, Buddy
by the Brownie Scouts. This float and Mitzle Hendrix.
carried out the theme of "Merry Prizes awarded were $100.00 for
Christmas Around the World" The the first prize; $50.00. second prize
float featured a globe covered with and $25.00, third prize.
HOWDY SANTA CLAUSI Hundreds of children crowd around Santa Claus under the traffic light on
Reid Avenue to give their messages of "*must bave" for Christmas. Santa w.as brought to Port St. Joe '
Tuesday by the Merchants Division of the Chamber of Commerce. (Star photo)
Rotary Club Must Feed
Wewa Club After Contest
The Port St. Joe Rotary Club
will 'meet tonight at a7:00 p.m. at
George Tapper's Wetappo ,Creek
"country retreat" for a supper
The reason for the affair is be-
cause of a humiliating defeat by
the Wewabltelhka Rotary Club in
an attendance contest. The Wewa-
hitchka Club won hands down- and
forced the local club 'to entertain
them. -Rotarhins Herbert Brown
and J. Lamar Miller have supplied
a plentiful amount of seagull to
be barbecued and served to the
Wewahitchka Club members who
are such disgustingly good club
Dr. Wager Moves To New
Offices On Long Avenue
Dr. W. F. Wager moved this
week to his new, modern office
building -at the corner of Long Ave-
nue and Fourth Street.
Dr. Wager's new office building
is of modern 'brick construction
with comfortable waiting rooms
centrally heated and air condition-
ed. The new building was built by
Barrier Builders, of Port St. Joe.
Dr. Wager formerly- occupied
offices in the rear of the. Smith
Pharmacy building .on Reid Avenue.
Cubs Meet Tonight
Cub Scouts will meet tonight at
7:00 p.m. at the STAC House.
The theme for the month of No-
vember in Cub Scout training was
"The Country Store". This theme
will be presented in the program
- Den Number 2 is in charge of the
program under the direction of Mrs.
Charles Wall, Den Mother;
Sharks Open Cage
Season Here Tuesday
Port St. Joe will field its i959-60,
basketball team for its first game.
of the year here Tuesday night
when they will meet the Carra-
belle quin'tette on home grounds.
According to Coach Marion Craig
the local squad continues to be-at
a height disadvantage just as last
year. The Sharks have also had
less practice time than their oppon-
'ents due 'to the coach having to be
out of town for the past week due
to the -death of his mother.
Returning lettermen this year
are David Musselwhite, Glenn Alli-
good, Bob Munin, Willie Daniell and
Jimmy Dawson. Musselwhite will
be the tallest iman on the team at
an even six feet.
Graduated 'from last year's squad
were Tony Barbee, Bill Chism,
Jackie Mitchell, Edward Smith,
James Knight, Steve Lucas and
Feb. 12, Quincy, away.
Feb. 16, Bay High, home.
Feb. 18, 19, 10, NWF Conference
Feb. 23, Wewahitchka, home.
Feb. 26, Carrabelle, away.
March 2-5, -.Group I, Class, A
E. M. Walker Is
Taken By Death
E. M. (Buddy) Walker, 54 of
Oak Grove passed away yesterday
morning in 'a Thomasville, Georgia
hospital following surgery.
Funeral services were not com-
plete at press time yesterday.
Although funeral services were
not complete at .press time, the
Coch Mario Craig says that funeral will' be held at the Oak
ever effort be ad Grove Assembly of God Church of
every effort will be ade to have which Walker was a member.
an intelligent, fighting basketball He is survived by his wife,'Mrs.
team this year. Eula B. Walker of Oak Grove;-two
The schedule for this season is daughters, 'Floy Nell of Oak Grove
Dec. 8, Carrabelle, home. and Mrs. Maxine Smith of Jay;
one son, Tommy of Oak-Grove; Iis
Dec. 12, Chipley, home. mother, Mrs. J. J. Walker of Oak
Dec. 15, AQcltha, away Grove; four sisters, Mrs. Eva Pate
Dec. 18, Quincy, home. of Oak Grove, Mrs. Mae Nichols
Jan. 8, Altha, home.O ye, Mrs. Mamie Nichols
Jan. 12, Apaltha, chihome. of Wewahitchka, Mrs. Myrtle Wil-
Jan. 12, Apalachcola home. liams of Oak Grove and Mrs. Jew-
Jan. 15, Malone, away. eI' Pittman of Grand Ridge; one
Jan. 19, Apalachicola, away: I
Jan. 22, Maiannioa, home. brother, David of Colquitt,.Ga.
Jan. 26, Bay High, homeaway. comforter .Funeral Home Is in
Jan. 26, Bay Hgh, away. charge of arrangements.
Jan. 29, Malone, home. .
Feb. 5, Marianna, away.
Feb. 9, Wewahitchka, away. Go TO CHURCH 8UNDAr
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1959
Santa Claus Meets Large
Crowd In St. Joe Tuesday
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.iss ... Brianson, .. ,J':": Mr. and Mrs. James Taunkerly
-vwa, honored Saturday, November X entertained -.,i.;i ii their home
8, with a breakfast pariy at the at 122 Bellamy Circle with a bnffet
;homen of Mrs. ,..-;,.].-.. Oostin ,on dinner honoring ,!(.- .-.r.. Brin-
_ '... ,. ..... Avenue. The honoree son and Dillon Farris Smith, Jr.
was re.seaited with a yellow mnul A 4,.1:- dinner was served fronm
S. the ostesses a buffet .li.,., u-. u iful .. .. 1 .- i
M irs. OChris i '. Irs. .' Par- with a ..-. ,-'.al ,i'i -i,. ..' :
rishl, M'rs. Joel Strait and Mrs. Cos- Brinson, dressed in a beautiful
';,, h,.,I:; wool outf it v i .r z .! : nt. g .1
4... .. seated a t .1 ii .. corsage of .i I.-. .. 1 4
.. ..r-, with -:' .' nations.
arrangements of yellow and bronze .
S ,., .,,71 iu,iJ and a .:- the ,J n '. ,11- h-- ....-
hask et .. ",. ....4... L .. '.-. .: op' de joke presents .", th.,
adorned the ]'Lin. roon. .- -4.":- Attending were Dillon
S ,-I the green ...iJ.,', Sn ith an. i : ,t.41 i ,r...... M r.,
..,i colorful autum n leaves, and -ir.. I ji t .,n et' 1, r 4l,._
a horn of plenty on a side table Mrs. Jimmy fi-n-io'1i, 1 and Mrs,
completed the holiday decor. Ferrell Allen, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
S 1. w ere th e ,. 4,i ,l .1 ill I ,'j tl4 r -. 4lr ,. ..a' 1 -i u l..4L
following guests: Mrs. Blair Mitchell and Mis. Dr.!.,t: ,lhi. ,,
Shutord, Miss Delores Chism, Mrs. Miss Brinson is a bride-elect of
I,4.. ,:, Melton, Mrs. Wade Barrier, Dec-;r. .;.
.I. Mrs. James I-Harison, Miss Hel-
en t.,aant, Mrs. Marion Parker, Miss 2.. ., e'_. c ..-:..
S 'i L O.stiL Ma r. and .*1 -- I "., .
Brinson will become the "World Evangelism By All Means
.. 4..- ,1tol PFarris i4iiii .I '.. w as the i .l4i. ,[ f't,- i. r'.-i,_ .7 1i i i
... .,... 27 at 4:00 p.m. at the ston study observed Iu.: Ti'u4.s,
Joseplh Catholic Church. evening .by the Long Avenue C.ir-
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sl :-, PI -,L AUXILIARY preparation for the Week of Pr.- .i.r
PLC'.Uj'4 O.i4 i'',"' for Foreign Mi: ,,.0-. November 30
,.- .,!. .uxiiary has nan- through December 4.
.. il.I..,,. ., .members as 'the Mrs. Hilton Lewis, Mission riIi.
., committee for the month Chairman, was assisted in the
of December: '.r1. George Tapper, adult class by 4ii m. Joe Ferrell,
*' Silas R. ?,, and Mrs. J.-'.- :-r,. jenneth Bateman, Mrs. N. G.
Debra Jean Hamm, ...,1. I of
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Mr. and Mrs. W, 0. Miles .w.1 and Mrs. Benton Hamm cele- _. ":u'
daughter Carol Jean and Ricky rated her fifth birthday last Tues., .- ...-.. ""- .. '',i..
TL.luLt,!. spent Thanksgiving day ,1, November 24 with a party .us-::-:.;r-t,.na ,;-.'
in ....t ;.: !. M rs. Lillie I .:. ... ,,, at the Jacl ....1 ltij K inder- ater:. ..o, .*'.1.-. -. 4. ..- :.
an r j4r4 rh)n1 u' .4.4. !
and Mr..andMr.. Frank'i- ,'...- ,...,I garden. Mrs. E. R. DuBose enter- ,rL,
family. tained the children with games
,r 1 W a later ,r. .. i the I1 .i~'.1 -,, play T. 11.. :-Lo ., .- .c- ',. i. ,:,0 ..7 .
vi .lz:- i' A.'l.l-. W ith iht-i, o4 .. 4 ...t ,.
Clarence, who is attending Sunn- Debra opened h'r gifts with Mr,. .. ;. -.' .....,
land Training Center .at Gaines- D o -h',er .> 44,.. beR-. ..4..4 ;;
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Miss Hazel Creamer and Miss 4'." i., _, '. .. ....... -
Car...!, ,Fr.,-i4 spent Thanksgiv- e1 1.' Li .. and Mris. James Ogle LUNCH ROOM
ing .i, ,wrh ;li, Barbara -.ih;. orved refreshments ,. )punch, po-
in -- ..- ._ .t t ., 1. .o chips and cake 1-i.i. Mrs. Du- Port St. Joe l,.' ,:i ..r'] Scti.:..:,.
M.r. and Mrs. R. -V. Howell and Bose and the group sang "Happy Monday, December 7
daughter Patricia of Parker and Birthday' 'to Debra Brown beef and gravy, rice, car-
C. E. Whitaker of Bondiay visited Favors of toy frogs, hats, whist- e d aye, whir-
Mrs. Nell Creamer during th les and balloons were presented to rot .I 1, 1 abbage, white
week end. the following: Cathy Aplin, Nancy bread, cherry pie and milk.
Byron Cox of w,.,:,i ,.. visited ..a1. De.nise P 4u t t.,- i, Tuesday, .Cabu, 8
J mmy and Gene Cox this week. Carter, Kitty C..- ,' .l Davis., IML patties, 1444 beans, butter-
Mrs. Ethel al.-I.t, i is visiting Toni Duren, Jim Faison, Jana Kay ed spinach, corn bread, banana
hei sister, Mrs, .-.r ..t I_, -u Farris, Ed ,Floore, Wyvonno Grif- i.4,ldin.. .a, ,4.i.k
w-h is a patient in [- b.,.,il ,0 1fin, Alan Hammock, Jackie Ham- Wednesday, F.--c.,,u-, 9
Pan a ,ti mock, Dee Dee Harper, Alan Mar- Hot dogs, buttered potatoes "ab.
Panam a L m c D De H A
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peak and fam- shall, Carol Ann Newhook, Mike 44-.- slaw, minc emeat drop ..,,:.
,i. ,.i-4 .0j [,[ .,41 and relatives i :.4.1 .hi..1 Marshall Nelaon, Richard ies and. raiL..
Holmes .ual over the week end. Hamm, Lamnal Mathis, Gene Mc- Thursday, December 10
Friends of Mrs. Clinton Cox will Croon, Ray Miller, Kenneth Pippin, K'u,,. .. wiggle, green salad,
regret to learn .she i ns ill, t .LL L 4 1 Price, Carol Ram sey, Gary ti,,' -.i.- .. --14 : hot I,.ary
and pray she will be feeling m.uuh ..' Donna Sue 11 i.- Keith and milk.
better soon. Suggs, Phyllis Thomason, Ricky Friday, December 11
Iames .,l,- and family of -.'"!1...." Terry L.'. .- -"-d: I t.. and cheese, mustard
Freeport, Texas visited Mr. and gifts were Vicki L-i., ,i Cooter greens, -..iA.d tomatoes, fruit jello,
Mrs. Clinton Cox Saturday. Harden. ,. 'bread and uilk.
Mr. -and Mrs. W alter Atm u, U r ---, --.. --'-'-.r -4 -- .. :. .. `
..n. fam ily 4 .?i 'i l l 1 .- 4. .. : % 7 .- J4. *.-ii. _. --. .
Graceville with Mrs. Melia Bell.
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,*' i m meeting was called t.. .1 -. .,
.: t-r L:. red Lh.ii-L- 1.'. The s, !. "
ni .-- '4 -i: I.-_ lin L A1-4 4:1-'; FAMOUS FOB FIT" '.
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i'L,] 1.J-i," R~and "When Hate Loses .
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__j '," ..... '*1 I 1" .. '' "' i..-,.e i. L,,'i. y Richted-, Johnny Rich-, .
A .-. P 0-I !--Fi L and Danny Ra-. 1.
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.I hilil ,.'1 weiner roast at their ric blends. Large selection
-' '.-- .. M e.i .- 4 '.'j latest fall and winter colors
S Stone, owner and man-
S ones' for Men told .
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-.. -- -ories to please any male I s 4
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-. sits, sport 'coats, sport A
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SATURDAY. z: P,M.
THURSDAY,, DECEMBER 3, 1959 PF
p. Is Appointed T
To Authorize Area FHA Home Loans
The Commonwealth Corporation wiucre CAP, as the program is iLi
of Tallahassee and Pensacola has known, has been in operation, buy-
b e-e-n appointed .an Authorized ers and sellers bave found that pro-
Agent of the Federal-:Housing Ad- cessing of applications for FRA's
ministration, ,permitting the firm low down payment mortgages was
to offer area .home buyers an 3m- speeded appreciably. The following
-proved mortgage service ,made pos- counties in Commonwealth's oer-
slble.; by. FHA's- Certified Agency ating area of Northwest Florida are
Program.. The 'new: .authority en- eligible under the,.program: Frank-
ables the Commonwealth Corpora- lin, Holmes, Gulf. Calhoun, Gads-
tion to make insured loans readily den. Washington, Okaloosa, Taylor
available at favorable FHA terms and Jefferson. 1
.-without prior approval of the dis-- Trained and experleuced persbn.s, -
H trict FHA office. privately employed, make the re-
Sr ., quired appraisals, and. in..petion;
This announcement was made by uir appraisals and intions
it: their own home areas. functions
Bernard W. Shiell, Jr., Executive performed in the past y FHA staff:
Vice President. As an Authorized employees sent out from the Jack-
Agent, his firm nmay now process .sonvile office. Real e tatp d
the entire loan for PHA, employing and builders bave found apprai-als
qualified local appraisers and build- and onstructin requirements to
ing inspectors to set hob e vr ,l. 'u, "
be more realistic because tlhey r-
and see thbbat new construction. e k conditions.
flect local market. conditions,.
meets FHA standards. __
The Certified Ag.ency Program is
being put into operation in com- Agriculture Census Takers
munities .of less than 20,000 thru- .Have Been Appointed'
out.most of the nation. In the areas Cenusu, takers fcr the local area
in the. 1959- Census of Agriculture
have been appointed and began an
FOR EXPERT intensive training cow'se on No-
-verinber 18 in preparation for the
Electrical Repairs o,., o |o
day. November 23, according to the
and 'Crew LTeader,'Mrs. Maude L. Bevis.
*AS :The training session was, beld at
Conrtracti Qingncy and wa conducted by lh
crew leader who .recently attended
IT'S a five day census training course.
The tr in'i' c.bi'ose-'covered the b
I u 'se 'of- t e. Census 'questionnaire.L
WALL ELECTRIC, "04 _,-_ ,
L Censusu' definitihns,-in'terigwine
and ma- -'eading. Emphasis was
COMPANY placed on the importance of locat-
iing every farm and obtaining com-
DIAL BAll 7-4331 (plete and accurate information.
The census takers conducted .some
actual interviews as ,part of the
For Expert Census takers taking the train-
RADIO aninincluded: Mrs. Ethel M. Brid-
RADIO and TV gos -. pala.chicola; Mrs. Julia O.
Creech. Port St. Joe: Mrs. Myrcile
DREPA|DR R Armstrong, BlouTitstow-n: Mrs
A '. i Gwendolyn E.'PaFr"i, Altha: Mrs
Call Doris E. Traylor. Blountstowno,
Kenneth Davis. Thomas L. Hines.
S M M Y George E. Ford, Mrs. Phillip Cox.
J I I Y Mrs. Pauline Shepard .and Mrs. Lil- .
lian Sanders. all of Quiney, Mrs.
BAII 9-1756 Paul McDowell. Bristol and Roland
Johnson of Hosford.
CALL DUREN'S STORE
Phone BAII 7-3171
. HE- STAR. Port St. Joe, Pla.
Dress Her Up for Santa Claus
In A New
Cinderella -or Nannett
Sizes 3 to 6, 7 to 14
$2.98 to $8.98
For That Christmas Dress
3 to 6
7 to 14
An Ideal Christmas Gif
for MNom or Sister
Dressy and Tailored
$2.98 to $6.98
Lovely As Peaches and Cream
$8.98 to $14.95
A GIFT FOR AMOM
For Morn, Dad. Brother and Sister
$1.98 to $4.95
Car COATS 8.95 to 12.9
,For NMom, Sister or Brother -- Sizes .3 to 6X, 7 to 18
"'Put A Pair Under
y the Tree"
Dad Will Love A Pair
Dacron and Wool
Dacron and Rayon
Acrilon and Rayon
Give Him A
By Norris Casual
Lovely Deep Tone Colors
For Young. 3 -to 6
1.98- $3.50 A > O-
Lovely Fieldcrest Sheets
\\l\ite and Colored Plain or Contour
$2.49 to $3.50
- "-". -
LOADS OF LOVELIES!
\\e've tr bcnendous selection lof
dle!:ciots lingerie and sleepwear
that's destined to delight lier".
Newest stiles and colors! \Wide
'atie of size-! All priced lo\!
This Will Be A Gift Mom or Daughter
EAR BOBS -- $1.00 .
For Tiat SvweelJeart
of the Famnily
$1.98 to $6.98
For Dad or Brother
$1.00 to $2.50
faith Bible Church the future building. This is at the ST. JAMES' CHURCH I The Second Sunday in Advent, dren to the altar rail for th.
acquires Building Site northeast corner of 20th Street and EPISCOPAL IDecember 6, 7:30 a.m., The Celie- Church's Blessing. 6:30 p.m., Th
' F Marvin Avenule. Rev. G. D. Underhill, B. D., Vicar ration of the Holy Eucharist. 9:45 Episcopal Young "Churchmen. 7:0C
The Faith Bible Ohurch of -Port- a.m., The Chur,:h Sclool. 11:00 a.m. p.m., (CST) The Celebration of the
Joe announced this week that The-church is grateful to the means and gives the green iLght The Celebration of the Holy Eucha- Holy Eucharist and. sermon at St.
had. acquired. land on which to Lord who wonderfully provided for for the work to begin. The cl-Irc:h rist and sermon. This is -our family John's. Church, Wewahitebka.
ct its church building. Lots 8, 9 This is the first ste-p In its program hopes -to be able to soofi construct service. Please attend the Celebrg- The public is cordially invited to
d 10, in Block 93 are the site of which will go ahead as quickly as an edifice to the honor and glory tion as families. and bring the chil- worship with us and is assured of
in s,,ch a marvelous manner. the Lord supplies the necessary of God to be used fori his glory ... a warm welcome.
BUY MORE AT.. ....
Gift Suggestions For The Entire Family -
C^^ '*' 7
I CO"PENIG UNHEARD
PRICES m' N VOF
UNHEARD FENCEi ,
OF BEFORE SALE
ALCO LIFETIME GALVANIZED
CHAIN LINK FENCE
W- ith Written Guarantee -
BEAUTY -- QUALITY -- ECONOMY
Protect Your Children Pets Flowers Lawn
HEAVY DUTY STRUCTURAL ALL POSTSSET IRIGI
STEEL POSTS&RAILS,'CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS
FOR MAXIMUM TENSIlON- A S S S ARE.GTECORNERS
HEAVY DUTY HOTDIP CHOICE Of POST & GATE
VANIZI[ D WIRE ORNAMENTS
o Down payment
LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Free Estimates and Bonus-
BUY NOW! PAY LATER!
ALCO Fence Industries
--- Local Representative In Port St. Joe ---
C. W. LONG
PHONE BAll 7-3974
P. 0. BOX 185 PORT ST. JOE
,.-'''. ^ For the Men in Your
--Y65c and $1.00
Give Her A Box for
$1.00 pair to
Ap~m vmwa Amuon-am qrRm va hw
FM ft I LP2 vk
ACBH on 0%
....FLOYD HAS THEM
Due to the Steel Strike, FLOYD CHEVROLET stocked up with all the new
cars they could get These cars are now sold. As a result of this
trading we have a big stock of 1955, '56, '57 and '58
We Are In A Tradin' Mood
ORDER YOUR NEW 1960
Chevrolet or Oldsmobile
NOW ... FOR DELIVERY IN JANUARY
Floyd Chevrolet Company'
PHONE BAll 7-2221
401 WILLIAMS AVENUE
--- -LLI I rr Im
KEROSENE & FUEL OIL
DIAL BAlI 7-750T For Port St. Joe Area
GULF SERVICE STATION
J. V. GANDER, Distributor
GULF OIL PRODUCTS
Service When You Want It!
TOO LATE TO
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1959
n't. if they conflict with a .popular I C.AAmfef *AH"m
ByRUSEL AY -pogam n in ese ot f e
I II r~' ~ -
PRAYER SERVICE (
Corner Long Aver
I By RUSSELL KAY program, in nine cases out of ten
they generate more bad than good
Florida politics is beginning to will for the candidate.
warm up -vith rumors as *to who in view of this fact candidates
will or will not run for this or that would do well to consider their
office fIying thick and fast. radlo and television appropriations
While the race for Governor will carefully. One minute spots are
draw major attention, with two less offensive or objectionable than
cabinet posts being vacated and the are longer programs of from 15 min-
matter of successors wide open you utes to an hour. Newspaper adver-
can be sura that there will be sev- tising is more effective for while
eral entries in both the race for everyone may not read the ads.
Secretary of State -to succeed R. A. the names make an impression and
Gray and [he race for Commission- the newspapers keep voters well in-
er .of Agricultur.e to succeed Na- formed 'about all' the 'races, quote
than Mayo. candidates regularly and give de-
There-may be opposition candi- tails of their actlvil.es.
dates for other cabinet posts but Anyhow we are in for a lot of
this is extremely doubtful in view high powered chatter for the next
of the fact that our present State few -months whether we like it or
Comptroller Ray E. Green, Attor- not.
ney General Richard W. Erwin,
State Treasurer Ed-win Larson and
Superintendent of Public InsLruc- ClASSIFIED ADS
tion Thomas D. Bailey have allASII A
been doing excellent jobs, are pop- Midget Investments With
uniar, respected and capable. GMant Returns
Indications are that none of them
will have any competition and In
my opinion any one foolish enough
to oppose them would just be wast- THIS CHRISTMAS *
ing time and money. It is ,mighty Why Not Give One of the
difficult to unseat.a cabinet offi-
cer who wants to remain in office Y UR P
and who -has a good record of -pub-
lic service such as ,these men have. The Cost Is So Little The A
I don't think that either Mayo or Is Sc
Gray would -have had any competi-
tion had they chosen to run for Call BAll 7-8681 TC
they have given the people of Work Guarani
IFlorida splendid service through LYNART STUDIOS
the years and they will be missed LYNART STUDIOS
Both 'the ofifce of Secretary of
State and Commissioner of Agricul-
tlure are vitally important 'and
while we do not know at 'his time COPYING
who will actually be in these rac-
es, we should give very careful orda Engineering A
consideration ,to all candidates : .
with the view of elecUng the best Fax equipment available I
qualified man for these offices. All documents up to 1I
The Governor' race is always a half a minutes Rates are 8
free for all and at this writing, that size, 75c each.
-ho will enter is anybody's guess. Preserve your valuable
The name droppers are having a censes, -small maps, deeds,
field day right now and trial bal-
loons are risitig like flying saucers. Ol a Engieeril
While a number of so-called Florida nglneerII
"pork choppers" are being men- 323 Reid Ave. Phone
I toned as probable candidates,
should they enter the race, with
the voting strength if.n South Flor-
ida and the public disgruntled over
the reapportionment fiasco these FIRST METHC
boys will find the going plenty
tough. Port St.
Running for Governor is a lot
different from running for ,the leg- Methodist Youth Fell
Islature and calls for strong finan-
cial support and the campaigning Sunday School
Itself is rugged. Radio and televi- Worship Hour
slon .time particularly on South
Florida stations will be at a -prem- Worship Hour
ium and a lot of listeners are going
to be annoyed by 'having -their fav-
orite programs replaced by polLtical
talks. You Are Cordially Invited
I have never seen a TV .rating on
political talks but my guess is they
would be .mighty low for even when Long Ave. B
the candidate is a good speaker,
listening to a political harangue REV. J. C. C
gets mighty tiresome and if you SUNDAY SCHOOL
ask the man on the street whether SUNDAY SCHOOL
he listens to -them or not, in -most MORNING WORSHI
cases he will tell you that he does- BAPTIST TRAINING
During hiis visit in this area
Weant may be contacted at the
City Hall in Port St. Joe from 8:00
to 9:00 a.m. on December 11. -
Want Ads Get Resuitt
Most Treasutired of All Gifts
ppreclatior of Those Who Receive
day for Your Setting
teed To Satisfy
- Highland View
associates, Inc., has Thermo-
to general public.-
4x17 inches can be copied in
%xll% inches, 50c. All over
e documents marriage li-
ng Associates, Inc.
7-4991 Port St. Joe, Fla.
lowship ... 6:15 p.m.
--......... 9:45 a.m.
d To Attend
P 11:00 a.m.
UNION -- 6:15 p.m.
S_- 7:80 p.m.
Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
nue and 16th Street
For Your Comfort
PHONE] 731 31 REI D AVE.
Credit Terms Available with your
Gulf credit card. If you do not
have one apply today with your
nearest Gulf dealer.
All deliveries made with Automa-
tic Meter Printed Invoices.
TANKS and STANDS AVAILABLE
for Immediate Delivery
Only 3 More Days
In Thames' Big
Xmas Lay-Away Sale
OVER $1,000 IN FREE GIFTS TO BE GIVEN
AWAY DECEMBER 24- Be Sure and Register
Stock Still Good
Make Your Selection Now At Low Sale Prices
ve Seirvise Miun
Here Dec. 11
Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance In obtaining bene-
fits under the Gt Bill,'anay'receive
guidance from Jim Weant, Assist-
ant State Service Officer.
Weant will visit'-thi area next
week for the purpose of helping
veterans or their dependents in fil-
ing claims for Compensation Bene-
fits or solving their insurance
problems. This free service in-
cludes assistance to employers of
veterans under the G0 Bill, Voca-
t ional Training, Subsistence or oth-
-- a ~-PaP~LJ --- I I
I Iris 1II
I I LCL~ ~_1~CII-~1 sl
317, REID "VE.
. Specials for December 4, 5 and 6
Plenty of Free Parking
Port St. Joe, Florida
Quantity Rights Reserved
ble Rite HEAVY BEEF
FRI. and SAT.
FROSTY MORN -- SUBER-EDWARDS
2 LBS. 98c
-- CHOICE OF GRIND
CRESTMORE CUT -- NO. 303 CAN
SUPERFINE -- WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE
MAYFIELD -- NO. 303 CAN
STANDARD BRAND--'NO. 303 CAN
TRELLIS EARLY GARDEN NO.'303 CAN 2 FOR NABI
PEAS 29c S
GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE
FANCY GOLDEN RIPE
WASHINGTON STATE DELICIOUS
FRESH FLORIDA JUICY
FRESH FLORIDA MEATY
IGA FROZEN FOODS *
IGA FRESH FROZEN
I L I r4 r IL -~I r I I ~''C 4 ICPl~abl p~--IC-' bC s O
Ta- ble, Rite lvyEEF
P II ~ 1 111~98~1~2~Pe '11 -asilQ4 --~h~~-sr "C I I r I I ~ 'I~PAII-a~ nql Il I ly I
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GA., FLA., ALA. GRADE 'A' DRESSED and DRAWN WHOLE
FRESH SMALL LB.
Sp are ibs39
RATH BLACK HAWK LB.
PIGGLY WIGGLY'S FINEST PAN
RATH BLACK HAWK
ARMOUR'S 3 LB. CANNED--- NO WASTE, READY TO EAT
DELTA -- NO. 5 JUG
Do you check your cash register tapes when you return from
Shopping? If ydu do, and if you're a regular PIGGLY WIGGLY
shopper, your tape will tell the tale of BETTER foods, CON-
SISTENTLY lower food costs week after week. Naturally you find
special food bargains at PIGGLY WIGGLY but you'll find,
too, that your PIGGLY WIGGLY register tape spells-out substantial
savings on your regular, day-to-day purchases REAL
shopping economy. Shop PIGGLY WIGGLY- REGULARLY.
9c CELLO PACK
80 FRESH FLORIDA
SET GRA UIT
E- KE 20 Oz. SKYWAY STRAWBERRY
VELDA SQUARE PAK 2 GAL res rves
MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT
PLYMOUTH LIG HT
PLYMOUTH COOKING -- NO. 10 JUG
PIGGLY WIGGLY'S FREEZER PLAN
-- PLACE YOUR ORDER BY MONDAY -- PICK UP FOLLOWING TUESDAY --
Pre-Frozen, Freezer Wrapped and Labeled
Black Hawk (Sirloin and T-Bone) 60 Lb. Avg. SM O k E a C- Ib 3 9
BEEF LOIN--_ Ib. 85c SMOKED BACON Ib. 39c
Half or Whole BEEF Ilb. 55c VEGETABLES doz. $2.19
UIIIM l IB B^ m~ 'M 'i I ard, Spinauh. Collards, Turnips
HIND QUARTER Only Ilb. 65 C GR E E. dolz. $1.69
FRONT QUARTER lb. 45 C Fordhook or
RBlack Hawk BABY LIMAS -- doz. $2.49
PORK LOINS Ilb. 57c Frozen
WHOLE PIG ---b. 29 ASPARAGUS doz. $4.05
PEPSI, 7-UP, COKES CTN of 6
6 OZ. _____ "
8J9^ .KING PHARR
PORK and BEANS
5 FOR c
FLORIDA GRADE 'A' LARGE
EDmrw 0 s
BALLARD or PILLSBURY
ECONOMY 2 LBS.
'" THE-STAR, PeOt St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 19
BE A HAPPIER
SANTA IN '60
The joy of giving depends on cash. It may
not take a lot, but perhaps is more than you
can spare. Next November, have all -the cash
you need for Christmas.
-^ START SAVING
RIGHT NOW IN,
at Port St. Joe
-l-illl Joe Hendrix. Each remembrance I r
will be cherish.ed. H a i
FIRE BONDS JOHN F. DAVIS Day and Night
Visit In Georgia Service
k A e VDr. and Mrs. Wayne Hendrlx
Sy Aald daughters, Becky, Holly and "Gulf County's Only Milk Producer"
Agency 'Judy spent last week end visiting PhAo 7 2001 .- BORDEN DAIRY PRODUCTS
Port St. Joe, Florida friends and relatives in Georgia. P on Ie Phone NEwton 9-4383 (Collect) Wewahltohka, Fla.-
I [ IGO TO CIURCGH SUNDAY
Is An Exacting Scie
LIKE A PRESCRIPTION, OUR
PROTECTION PLANS ARE PUT
TOGETHER WITH EXTRA CARE! /
There are about as many differ- w
ent types of insurance as there are "1-
specific needs. You can't buy them
all, so it is vitally important that you
consult with an expert. Call on us at
WE PUT THE "SURE"
IN YOUR INSURANCE
Let's take an example. Do you 'know
that YOU can be SUED! Someone may
have an accident on property you own
That someone can sue you, his claim can
WIPE YOU OUT unless you're pro-
perly insured .
408 Monument Avenue.
SEWSROM Children's Pictures To Be Taken Classified Ads Bring Quick Results
ByPAT NORRIS December 10 For Publication In Star
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Haskins and It ts an undisputed fact that the BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
daughter Peggy, spent Thanksgiv- responsibilities of tomorrow's Rev. and Mrs. Mauric Fain of AI TH IBL LCHURCH
ing in Milledgeville, Georgia visit- world, our Nation, and Community Miamia Beach announce the birth. PHONE BAIll 7-8801
ing relatives. will rest upon the shoulders of the of a daughter, November 25. The "Holding Forth the Word of Life"
Mrs. Carol Land and son Tony children of today. Since this is baby weighed nine pounds, five Tem@orarily Meeting at the Hl& School
Lee and Mrs. Verlon Norris and true, the .publishers of this .news- ounces and has been named Janice
daughter Ramona spent Wednes- .paper would .like to give you7 .a Maria. Mrs. Fain will be remem- SUNDAY SCHOOL' 9:45 A.M.
day in Chipley visiting with Mrs. good look at these future "World bered as Missa arolyn Baggett of MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
Land's mother. Builders". Port St. Joe. M HI 110ekM
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heath The only way we can do this is "Melchizedek"
spent the week end in West Bay by publishing pictures of them in SISTER OF MRS. FENDLEY EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
visiting with relatives, a feature series. To assure the lat- DIES IN CLEMSON, 8. C.
-Mrs. Stella Norris accompanied est and best reproduction pletures Mrs. PopeFendley, -St. Joe Beach "Pergamos, the Married Church"
Rev. and Mrs. Allen Norris of Apa- they must all be of uniform size was called-to Clemson, S. C. due -
lachicola to Panama City Fricay. and quality. to the death of her sister, Miss Eva___
Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey had as An exWpert chlldrr-n', .photogra- McGee November 20. *
their guests over the week end, pher with all the necessary equip- .Miss McGee was-a frequent visi- Se Star Brin NeWS Of YOUr NeighbOrs
their daughter and family. They .nment for .this specialized work, wi'l tor to Port St. Joe and -was known
left Tuesday for Marianna for a be 'here Thursday, December 10. by many local people.
couple of. weeks. PLctures will be taken at -the Mo- t -
Stork Shower tel St. Joe and will be open from Released From Hospital .
Mrs. Lois Jean Gibson was hon- 10:0 Oa.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mrs. Madalelne Whitaker was A DED9
ored with a ;stork shower Monday -No Charge to Parents release -drm) the M-uiciMpal Hos- ?A P LUM BEd
night at 7:30 by Mrs. D. H. Shea- There is no charge to. the par- .pital yesterday afternoon. She is : : CALL BEAMAN
ley and Mrs. J. H. Atiltman,: host- ents. There "-are 'absolutely no now cbnvalescingg at -he home. Plumbing Installation Repairs 0
esses. Those' attending were Mrs, strings to this invitation. It is bon- Contract Work A pec alty
Stell. Norris, Mrs. Spears, Willo- afide in -every sense of the word. contractt Work A Specialty
dean Leavell. Mrs. Miles, Velma Parents do not have to be subscrib- Agents for
Pippins, Mrs. Aultman, Mrs. Mi- era, nor even readers of this news- :
'Farland, Frances Spears, Mrs. paper to take advantage of this : Brand Name Plumbing Fixtures
Shealey, Dorothy Harper, Frances feature. Neither are they obligated -CALL US. FOR FREE ESTIMATE-
Lovett, Madine Smith, Evelyn Shea- to .purchase .pictures'after they are
ly. Those sending gifts were Mrs. taken. Those who want some addi- ICNSD PLUMBERSrON DUTY TO SERVE YOU
Mae Deese, Ruth Griffin, Nita tional prints may obtain a limited rEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE
Verne Jolly, Mrs. Herman Stri.p- number by ar-angement with -the '- V C
ling, Mrs. John Odum, Mrs. Pat An- Studio representative when they HUNTER iRL PHONE 741
person, Mrs. Betty Heath. Mrs. Ru- select .the pose they want printed 110 HUNTER CIRCLE PHONE
By Kennedy, Myrtle Farmer, Miss in the paper. It is entirely up to'
Lucille Stripling, Mrs. Anderson them. r #U '0
Davia, Mrs' Verlon Norris. Mrs: The More Pictures, the Better r
Pippins won both prizes. Refresh- "The Star simply wants pictures '
ments were efrved to all. of all the youngsters and the more, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
the better. So the Mothers and Pa- A I
CARD OF THANKS thers of e ,or I in whd h TRANS TOR RADIO Corner Third St. and.Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor
We wish to take this opportun- this paper circulates -should remem- .
ity to thank our nany friends in ber the date, December 10 at the SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Port St. Joe for .their many acts Port St. Joe Motel and not fall to ,,""""" MORNING WORSHIP .. 1:00 A.M.
of kindness and condolence at hte b.lng their children to the photog- .........,,,,,,,....... TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
death, recently of our loved e, rapher. b : ... EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
Mrs. Carlie Plitts. You will be .mighty glad, after- O .. ,-.......
ay od bless you, every one for wards, if you did, and very, very 1- ... PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M.
yor kindnesses sorry If you do not permit your "Come and worship God With Us
The family of children to participate in .this
MRS. CARLIE PITTS event. The kiddies will ave much You never ,
_________ __ fun and both Mother and Dad- ..
; Visit In Bainbridge and the youngsters, too-will be heard it so good
Mrs. Foy Scheffer and children very proud to see their ,plcturea In
apent Thanksgiving visiting Mrs. print later. RICH TONE. .. FULL GTHE C i nDR
Scheffer's parents, M.r. and Mrs. Appointments ,may 'be made by VOLUME RANGE... ', -4'" 'nILDREN1
SDodson in Balubrldge, Ga. calling Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey at HIGH SENSITIVTY FAiY
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n eeooMr. and Mrs. Benjamin Adolphus phefopre ngt .i e.E TAURANT
Collier of Long Avenue announce
the birth of a son, Mark David on
November 22. U --- Our Specialties -
1fMr. and Mrs. Robert 0. Gibson BUt yOIU t Take Them With You -
22 th St., announce the birth finer ISShrimp Boxes 75c Burger Baskets 45c
of.a baby boy, Steven Eric on No- ChrimnBoxes_.------75c Ha mburgerB s.-t- 5f
ber22. Chicken Boxes---- 75c Hamburgers. 5 for $1
Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Ryals of ST. JOE RADIO Oyster Boxes-----. 75c Hot Dogs-----6 for $1
112 Bellamy Circle announce the
birth of a daughter, Lisa Karen on TV CO PANY
November 23. COMPANY Black Hawk Iowa
Mr. and Mrs. ETverette W. McFar- 308 4th St. Phone 7-4081 SIRLOIN FOR TWO $3.50
(\ / land of 1602 Garrison Ave., an- ----
nounce the birth of a daughter Cyn-
th l nda s.oLar.nhe Buket bier3 Good Food Every Day In A Pleasant Eating Atmosphere-
of Simmons Bayou announce the ames GemS Phone Your Order in Have It Ready When You Arrive
birth of a son, Gregory Lamar on PHONE BAli 7-4341
Mr. 'and Mrs. Nor-man Matthew (:
SiMartin o( ,Fourth St., announce the .. ...
birth of a son, Norman Gerald on
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Benjamin 215 REID AVENUE
''L ^yB H"i We ish c to ofer to the good MYLA51 /.ISt-t t)AS0G060 I,
^S^^L ^ 'heartfelt ,thanks$i"or their many r e *rn1 i / I C O
Hrb death of our father and Viehusband.
no Such a time as this cteralnly At the Bus Station e
brines out the 'eed of those be-r
MAXIMUM COVERAGE vtion. Your ats of deads wre SHIl BOX
a balm to our grief. 'ay God bleAs CHICKEN BOXES
"AT A I U COT each and every one ofhf you tor
A A IMUM COST our sone.o-ns FISH BOXES OFFERS MORE
---- guV. R. ANDERSaON Phone your order in and it
Such a ti E S will be ready when you arrive. -,
TITLE INSURANCE cARD OF THANKS PHONE BAlI 7-5431 FOOD, PENNY FOR PENNY
I wish to .thank all who gave their -
services, cards, flowers, visits and Save on your family food budget by serving
LIABILITY INSURANCE Mtpra u my ren tia nutritious milk with every meal. You never out-
care I received at the hands of Dr. rTY f AR grow your need for milk. Serve it today.
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Sharks Have Good Season in Spite
Of Rough Schedule, Many Injuries
The Sharks ended their 1959 The Sharks .probably put f-ort'h
football season Friday night with their, .most exciting effort of the
a four won and six loss record. It year against Quincy. The- scrappy
is true .that the Sharks had what Sharks gave the powerful Quincy
would be called a losing season, eleven some very uneasy monients.
unless you look closely at the way
five of these games were lost.
First came Apalachicola, the first
game of the season. The Sharks
were entirely a rookie squad going
against the veteran squad of Apa-
1-achicola. Most -think that the
Sharks could have easily taken this
game had it been played later on
in the season.
Then came the narrow 13-7 loss
to Chipley. This game was played
with the Sharks fine quarterback
Bob Munn out with an injury and
fullback Frank Griffin nursing a
sprained ankle. Young and inexper-
ienced.Freddy Bowdoin was thrown
to the wolves and just-couldh't han-
dle the all important quarterback
post although Ches Fensom has
proved a very fine replacement at
The Blountstown game was the
same story plus an over 'supply of
mud to add to the Sharks woes. It
is generally thought that the
Sharks could easily have won this
game with a break or two that
,seems to have illuded the Sharks
We musn't forget the Marianna
game in which the Sharks almost
reached their highest peak before
falling to the overwhelming on-
slaught by a 13 to 7 score. The
Sharks played the pants off of this
big and. powerful team and never
gave up 'despite the tremendous
YOUR BIGGEST BARGAIN
Years ago, practically all that; a prescription could do
was to alleviate the patient's pains and make him a little
more comfortable -- while nature did a slow job of
curing the ailment. But today's prescription, contain-
ing wonder drugs completely unknown years ago,
cures the ailment in hours, not weeks keeps the
patient out of the hospital or gets him out after only
a few days and puts him back on his feet in a
hurry. That's why we say:
TODAY'S PRESCRIPTION IS THE BIGGEST
BARGAIN IN HISTORY
JOHN ROBERT SMITH, Pharmaceutical Chemist
236 Reid Avenue Phone BAll 7-5111
before bowing 27 to 19 against al-
most impossible odds. The injuries
that have plagued" the Sharks all
season clearly cost the Sharks two
wins, Blountstown and Chipley. We
can't excuse the Apalachicola loss
and we blame lack of desire and
inexperience on that one. Marianna
could be had, but the odds were all
With S S Board
One of the goals of the Social
Security Administration is to pay
benefits as promptly as possible o
those persons -entitled to them,
John V. Carey, district manager of
the Panama City social security
office, said this week.
To assist in maintaining a regu-
lar income into the household af-
ter retirement, the public should
be aware of a policy being stressed
,by the Social Security Administra-
tion, Carey added. To receive bene-
fits promptly after retirement, a
worker should file a claim for his
benefits 30 to 60 days before re-
tirement if he knows he will be
retiring on a certain date. This ad-
vance filing will give the Social
Security Administration and the
person claiming benefits ample
time to get information and evi-
dence necessary to establish en-
'titlement before the first;.check 1is
due. It will also afford a wife and
any children who might be eligible
the opportunity to file for depend-
Generally, evidence will be re-
quired to prove the age of the re-
tired person and his wife, Carey
continued. This .may be -a birth or
baptismal record, If there is no
HUNTER'S ".'---. .-T
In 1958, the United States Department of Wild Life reported
20,177,605 fishing licenses and 14,764,124 hunting licenses were
issued! Weigh the figures the scale tips to almost one in every
five American citizens who spend an estimated $3 billion a year
with rod and gun. Being primarily cold weather activities, com-
.fort is important; most essential is a good breakfast. Because
of the rush to get out into the early dawn, consider getting off
to a good start with a meal which can be cooked in a jiffy.
Condensed tomato soup diluted with milk is an excellent
beverage choice for the "hunter's breakfast"--its creamy warmth.
has comforting qualities that will last through the morning and
it takes only 4 minutes to heat. Grated orange rind stirred into
honey provides a tasty treat for toaster-baked waffles; 1/2-inch
slivers of ham browned in butter and orange slices complete a
n --;'ous and delicious menu, sure to keep you happy on the
trail or stream. -
such record available, any record
that is old and reliable may be
sufficient. If there is a child under
age 18 or a child of any age who
was disabled before age 18, it will
be necessary to have a birth cer-
tifi.-a.te for this child.
Evidence of the workers' earn-
ings in the taxable year eliding
before the date of retirement is al-
so necessary. This proof may be
a copy of the income tax withhold-
ing statement (Form W-2) or a
copy of the income tax return for
Use Christmas Seals
Regular $34.50 (Blender)
LIQUIDIZER only $21.95
LIQUIDIZER ------------only $27.50
COFFEE SERVER only $10.95
CHEFSTER -------- only $15.95
Regular $24.95 With A Griddle
WAFFLE IRON -----------only $15.95
WAFFLE IRON ----------only $10.95
ELECTRIC HEATER --------- only $7.95
Regular $24.95 -- For Bathroom, Thermostat control
ELECTRIC HEATER -------only $15.95
Regular $19.95 With Fan
ELECTRIC HEATER --------only $11.95
SPECIAL PURCHASE CASH and CARRY
Supply Is Limited
--- JUST ARRIVED ---
For Children and Grown-ups
CAROLS and CHRISTMAS SONGS
223 REID AVE. PHONE 7-8231
0iin.ir. .ji.ii .i.nir.i.ii.rM ..
THE BUNGALOW SHOP
1010 PALM BOULEVARD
WILL BE OPEN TUESDAY NIGHT
FROM 6:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M.
FOR "MEN ONLY"
HOLIDAY FASHIONS WILL BE MODELED
COFFEE and CAKE WILL BE SERVED
THE BUNGALOW SHOP
1010 PALM BOULEVARD
Buzzett's Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Florida
_ ON LETTPr AND PAC-tAGES
Spend Thanksgiving Here
Miss Elizabeth Ann Browne and
Miss Pat Maloney of Canton, Ohio
spent the Thanksgiving holidays
visiting Miss Browne's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Browne. Miss
Browne and Miss Maloney attend
Sacred Heart College at Culman,
MOTHER OF COACH CRAIG
DIES IN SOUTH CAROLINA
Coach Marion Craig was called
to Greenville, South Carolina last
Tuesday by the death of his mo-
Midget Investments With
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1989
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnihed SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
cottages. $45 per month. Ander. Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tfec quick expert service. tc
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished a p art -
ments. Cool in summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window tana.
They have to be seen to be appre-
ciated. Also nice--Trailer parking
space. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi-
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail-
er Park, White City. tfc-8-20
FOR RENT: House at Beacon Hill.
Furnished. Contact Silas R. Stone
Phone 7-7161 tfe-10-22
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom
house. $40.00 per month. Phone
7-5341. Frank LeHardy. -ttc-11-5
FOR RENT: 1, 2 and 3 bedroom
furnished houses. Call J. D. Clark
after 4:00 p.m., BARl 7-7771.
FOR RENT: 3 houses at beach, un-
furnished. One furnished house
at Mexico Beach. -One furnished
house, corner Woodward and Ninth
St. Phone 7-3171 or 7-5511, I. W.
FOR RENT: 2 and 3,bedroom ap-
artments, furnished. At Mexico
Beach. By year or monthly lease.
Phone 7-8728 ite
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom modern'
house. Beacon Hill. Unfurnished.
$30 mo. to right party. W. C. Fore-
hand. Phone 9-1621, Highland View.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish*
.ed apartment. $35.00 mo. Water
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
ED McFARLAND, W. M.
ROY L. BURCH, Secretary
All Master Masons cordially Invited
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend.
Noble Grand: Chris Martin
Secretary: W. H. Weeks
Rf. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. Robert L.
Creamer, Sr., High Priest, H. R.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in
saving money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
WISSIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Thursday nights
8:00 p.m., American Legion Home.
included. Inquire at 1904 Garrison NOTICE OF ELECTION
Ave., or call 7-8642. tfc-12-3 dPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DIST-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house, well RICT NO. 1, GULF COUNTY,
al BUdwenso Phoe 110.trail .Pursuant to Section 230.39 of the
CallBud Owens, Phone 9-1109. tc Florida School Laws, notice .is
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom hereby given that the next Regular
trailer at St. Joe Beach. Phones Biennial Election. in Special Tax
7-3191 or 7-8725. District No. 1 (county wide) is call-
ed for Tuesday,. the 8th day of De-
FOR SALE: $560 Lionell Train Set comber, A. D.,. 1959, for the said
$250, including benchwork; .22 district 'to determine -the rate -of
rifle, $20; 6%" new power hand saw millage to be assessed and collect-
$39; 16 mm. sound movie projector, ed on the property therein for the
$100; 5% hp. Evinrude outboard, next ensuing two (2) years, and to
$100. W. S. Smith, 1024 Woodward elect three (3) trustees for the dis-
Ave., Port St. Joe. trict for the next ensuing two (2)
-- -.- ,years (no two trustees -shall be
FOR SALE: Lots on Hunter Circle. e1lted from any one Sehbo,:l Board
-150 x 1:85. Phone PIO 3-6150, Pan- Member Residence Distrlcti.- All
ama City; 2tt1-26 qualified elector residents withllin
FOR SALE: 9li4.6 Caa Manana. 42 sald district eouaty wide> who
f.t. house trailed. Fully equipped, p'9% taxes on real 2nd personal
auto. washer. Priced' for quick property and are otherwise quall-
sale. See 0. C. Dykes at Piggly field according to law, are entitled
ly. tc-12-3 to vote at said election. It is de-
Wiggly. '-- termined that ten (10) mills will
FOR SALE: Modern trailer. Cash be necessary to maintain a uniform
or terms. $2450.00. Good condi- system of Florida schools within
,tion. Phone 7-8728. Itc said district..
Precincts 1, 2, 3 and 4 will vote
FOR SALE: Fill dirt and clay. G. in City Hall, Wewahitchka. The
and 0., Inc., Phone 9-1109. tfc pollholders are Mrs. Leona O'Neal,
Clerk; Mrs. Annie Cook, Mrs. Mar-
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house. VyirPitts and Mrs. Rose Campbell,
Kitchen, dining room, living Inspectors .
room and- bath on a :4'0 foot lot in Prectincts 5, 6. 7, 8, 9 a(d 10 will
Oak Grove. 308 Iola St. See Mrs. vote in the City H*il in Port St.
T. E. Kay. ltp Joe, with the following- poll hold-
FOR SALE: Girl's 20 inch bicycle. ers: Mrs. Hazel Ferrell., Clerk;
Good condition.-Call 7-5986. Mrs. Harold Chafln, Mrs. Zola Mad-
.-- dox and Mrs. T. 0. Richards, In-
FOR SALE: Kenmore Automatic spectors.
Washing machine. $40.00. Phone ATTEST:
7-8786. Itc Thomas A. Owens
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom well built [Joseph K. Whitfield
house. Mexico Beach. Phone Chairman 5t-1l-5
9-1113, W. Buckloh, tfc-10-1 -'
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
MEXICO BEACH RENTALS ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
1 bedroom furnished apts. $40.00 Sealed bids will be received In
per month. 2 bedroom -furnished duplicate by the Port St. Joe Hos-
apts. $50.00 to- $,600Q per month pital Authority, Mayor J. L. Sharit,
2 unfurnished 2 bedroom -apts. Chairman, In the Chambers of the
$50.00 'per month. Residential and City Commlssion at the City Hall In
commereial'lots. Terms. Duplex for Port St. Joe, Florida, up to 1:30
sale good income,,termis. :': P.M. (EST), December 17. 1959, at
MEXICO BEACH OFFICE which 'time and place all bids will
C. M. Parker, Reg. Real Estate Bro. be publicly opened and read aloud
Phone BAll 9-1121, Port St. Joe for the construction of and addi-
Mail: Box 123, Mexico Basch S'ta. tions *o Municipal Hospital, Port
Panama City, Fla. St. Joe, Florida, Florida Project
FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser Type of Construction-Steel bar
with 65 hp motor. Sleeps two, joists on load bearing walls, con-
head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy create block stuccoed on exterior.
Gibson or call BAll 7-5771. Prestressed double "T" concrete
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. Pric- floors with 2" concrete topping.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom .home. Pric- The project consists of patients
ed to sell. Hardwood floors. 522 Thbe rojest conse o pateents
Fourth St., Call 7-8591. tfc-11-12 bedrooms, operating suite, delivery
Fouth suite, kitchen, laundry, administra-
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house -t tive offices, emergency suite, wait-
White City. With 8 lots. Reason- Iag rooms, toilets, x-ray depart-
able. Call BAll 7-8708. 4tp-11-12' ment, laboratory and storage areas,
approximately 19,000 square feet of
FOR SALE: 3 choice corner lots at new construction. Alterations con-
White City. Adjoining canal. See sist of removing partitions, doors,
Braxton Ward or call 7-3316. tfc- windows, etc. In existing building.
FOR SALE Existing roof to be removed and
3 bedroom home on Bellamy O.ir- new flat roof poured on steel forms
cle. 3 months old. Pay owner's over entire area.
equity. Plans and specifications and con-
4 new bomes being built on Bel- tract documents may be inspected
lamy Circle. FHA financing. To be at the office of the Architect, Nor-
completed within next 30 days. man P. Gross, 423 West Beach
Lots at St. Joe Beach. Small Drive, Panama City, Florida, and
down payment. Small monthly pay- may be procured by general con-
ments. tractors from the Architect upon a
PRIDGEON AGENCY deposit of $75.00. The full amount
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741 of the deposit will be returned to
each general contractor who sub-
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with mits a bonafide bid, and all other
apartment building on rear of deposits will be refunded with de-
lot. 2 bedroom unfurnished apart- duction of cost of reproduction and
ment upstairs, 2 bedroomfurnished delivery of the documents; upon
apartment downstairs. Contact Rev. return of all documents in good
A. G. McKeithen, 1207 Lisenby Ave. condition within less than ten (10),
Phone PO 3-2440, Panama City, Fla. days after date of the opening of
FOR SALE: 14-foot Lone Star Mon- bids. Additional sets of plans and
terey with 35 hp. Big Twin Evin- specifications may be obtained up-
rude motor. Complete remote con- on payment of $30.00 which pay-
trol equipment. Heavy duty trailer, meant will not be subject to refund.
All like new. Take up payments. Cashier's check, Certified check
Wimberly Pontiac Co. Phone 7-3411. or Bid Bond for not less than 5%
WANTED: Lunch room assistant company each proposal. -
,manager. Qualifications, h I g h Performance, Labor and Material
school graduate, under 40 years of Bond and Workman's Compensa-
age, with previous experience. tion Insurance will be required of
Phone 7-4101. 1tc the successful bidder.
The Owner reserves the right to
ARE YOU INTERESTED in own- reject any or all bids and to waive
ing a profitable business. Can be technicalities in bidding.
operated in your spare time. A coin No bidder may withdraw his bid
self-service laundry. No experience for a period of thirty (30) days af-
necessary. Low down payment. ter date set for the opening there-
Bank financing. Oave desirable lo- of.
cation in shopping center in Port MAYOR J. L. SHARIT, Chmn.
St. Joe. Call or write Robert Dot- Hospital Authority of
son, Tallahassee, P. 0. Box 3392, Port St. Joe, Florida
MSS,, or phone 4-6581. 3'tc-12-3 Norman P. Gross, Architect
1' P. 0. Box 207
Want Ads Get Resu, ~Phone SU 5-7963 4t
Want Ads Get Resultik Panama City, Florida A1-26
the self-employed person. By sub-
mitting this evidence on the first
visit to the social security office
future contacts may be unneces-
The above plan has been ]highly
.endorsed by 'large :emplc.yer3 who
have retirement j",!n suppleimeut.
ing social security benefits, by la-
bor unions and by other organiza-
Carey concluded by stressing that
for prompt payment of your first
social security check, "inquire be-
fore you retire". The office for this
area is. located at 1135 Harrison
Avenue, Panama City. The tele-
phone number is POplar 3-5331.
There will be a supper for all
Catholics and their families of the
St. Joseph Parish Tuesday, Decem-
ber 8 at the Centennial Building at
The supper is being sponsored
by the Parish Chapter of National
Council of Catholic Men.
All Parishioners are urged to at-
tend and to bring their children.
The supper is to welcome the nbW
pastor of St. Joseph's Church,' Fa-'
ther Paul Hogarty.
Movies To Kiwanis
Kiwanian Johna Robert Smith
was program chairman at the
Tuesday meeting of the Port St.
Joe Kiwanis Club and showed col-
ored movies taken by his son Bob
on a recent skin-diving 'trip to Ja-
The films, included some of the
colorful and beautiful floral growth
on the Island and some of the
picturesque vegetable markets.
Of gteat interest to the Kiwan-
ians were some under water mo-
vies made by Bob while skin-div-
ing off the Jamaican coast. The
movies showed an abundant un.
derwater 'growth, coral formations
and many vari-colored fish.
Guests of the club Tuesday were
Key Clubbers Freddy Bowdoin and
Tommy Grimsley and Rev C. By-
WILL FIND CHRISTMAS GIFT VALUES
THE BUNGALOW SHOP
1010 PALM BOULEVARD
ROBES PAJAMAS GOWNS SLIPS
PANTIES HOSE VELVETEEN SKIRTS
BLOUSES VELVETEEN SLIM JIMS
Many Other Fine Items for
TODDLERS GIRLS TEENS MISSES
Stories for Entermaint of the Children While You Shop
THE BUNGALOW SHOP-
1010 PALM BOULEVARD
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