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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: June 23, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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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TWENTY-THIRD YEAR


City Asked To



Provide Land For



New Scout Hut



Motel Operator Talk About

Taken By Death Dog Problem

Louis Rennon, age 58, operator' The Port St. Joe City Commis-
of the Rainbow Motel at Mexico 'sion rad a short session Tuesday
Beach for the past seven years night, with their only 'action being
passed away suddenly in his sleep the paying of the bills.
last Saturday night. Two items were discussed, but
Rennon is survived by his wife, no definite action was taken .bythe
Barbara; two daughters, Mrs. Bet-
ty Kochem and Mrs. Eva Foltz and Wesley R. Ramsey, represent ing
three grandchildren, all of Mexico the Port St. Joe Rotary Club and
Beach; one brother, Joe Rennon of the Rotary Scout Committee asked
nahei, California. the Commission to designate a
Anaheim, California. held at piece of land on which 'the Club
. Funeral services were held at might construct a new Scout hut.
10:00 a.,m. Monday from the Mexi- Th c decided to look into
co Beach Methodist Church -with The Club had decided to look Into
coRev. Charles Parker officiating. tis altrenative rather than under-
Rev. Charles Parker officiatingtake the program of repairing the
Interment was in the family plot old barracks now used for this pur-
in Holly Hill Cemetery. pose.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements. The Commission discussed at
... .some length the possibility of the
Scouts using the STAC House for
Mrs Mary Lister their meeting place as it was built
and designated for youth activity.
Dies In W eRamsey said it was his thoughts
DIeS In W eWa that 'the Scouts had certain iper-
rmantent equipment that might not
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Lister, age be best stored in the STAC House.
78, was taken by death in the Do- The Mayor and Commission ask-
than Hospital on June 17. 'ed the Club to take the matter up
Survivors: three .sons, R. D. Lis- with the City Recreation Commit-
ter, Floyd Lister and Claude Lis- tee, headed by Tom Coldewey and
ter, all of Wewahitchka; three the City would go along with their
daughters, Mrs. Minnie Husband, Ir(-commendation. The Commission
Mrs. Bertha Lister and Mrs. Ed- declared themselves not familiar
die Belle White, 10 grandchildren enough with the Scout operation to
and four great grandchildren, all of 'fully evaluate their needs.
Wewahitchka; one 'brother, Joe
Gray of Leaksville, Miss. IMayor Sharit expressed himself
Funeral services were held 'at and the Commission by saying that
2:00 p.m. Sunday from the Wewa- 1 wanted to provided for the
.hitchka Methodist Church with the Scout movement, .but would rather
Rev. Dwight Wooten officiating. In- a full study be made of the needs
terment was in the family plot in since even though the Rotary Club
Jehu Cemetery. wos to -build the building, it would
Comforter Funeral Home was in still be a "project" matter with a


charge of arrangements.


Creech Family

Has Reunion

The Creech family held a reun-
ion meeting in Andalusia, Alabama
Sunday, June 12.
Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Horne of Montgomery, Ala.; Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Bouton of Birming-
ham, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dil-
Ion of Jacksonville Beach; Mr. and
Mrs. M. E. Hicks, Montgomery,
Ala.; Mr. 'and Mrs. Kenneth Creech
and .son and Mr. and Mrs. Gus
Creech and children of Port St.
Joe; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne,
Thomasville, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Cieec'h, Andalusia, Ala.; Mr.
and Mrs. Boss Medley, Hubbard,
Texas; Mrs. Vada Trawick, Dothan,
Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brooks and
children, St. Petersburg; Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Bouton, Jr., and children
Birmingham, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs.
George Shurr.a, Montgomery, Ala.;
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jolly, Montgom-
ery, Ala.
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Visitor From Malone
Mrs. J. L. Dominey of Malone,
mother of Mrs. R. H. Ellzey spent
the week 'here visiting.


fund-raising activity for its con-
struction.
TALK ABOUT DOGS
The Mayor and Commission held
about a 15 minute discussion on the
pi oblem of roaming and 'biting dogs
in the City. P. W. Petty, street
foreman, said that the -garbage col-
lection crews had been 'bothered
by several bad dogs, .but some of
them had been 'shut up.


Roaming and vicious dogs were
discussed a't length, with no deci-
sion coming out of the talk.

Reception To Honor
Methodist Minister

A reception for Reverend J. C.
Carmichael and his family will
be given Friday, June 24, at 8:00
p.m. at the Social Hall, First
Metrodist Church. Everyone is in-
vited to come meet the new pas-
tor and his family.

Attending School
Frank Barnes of 'this city is at-
tending summer school at FSU In
Tallahassee.

Leaving On Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Watts will
leave Saturday for a vacation trip
through Georgia, Tennessee and
Alabama.


New Fresh Water Fishing Licenses Go

On Sale; New Licenses Good Now


County Judge Sam Husband plac-
ed the new Florida fresh water
fishing licenses on sale this week
and has provided for their purchase
at a number of places throughout
the county.
Although the new licenses are
actually effective July 1, both the
1959-60 licenses an dthe new 1960-
61 licenses will be honored by all
Wildlife Officers during the period
from June 1 5to July 1, according to
A. D. Aldrich, director, Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission.
Licenses are not required of resi-


Licenses are required of all non-
residents, except children under 15
years of age. Licenses are not re-
quired of residents 'fishing non-
commercially with not more than
three poles in the .county of their
legal residence. A license is requir-
ed of residents fishing outside their
hom county, no matter what meth-
od of fishing is used.
License fees are:
Resident, statewide, annual $2.00.
Non-rysident, statewide, annual
$10.50. Non-resident, statewide, 14-
day continuous fishing, $3.25. Non-


dents who have attained their 65th resident, statewide, three-day con-
birthday, nor of children under 15 tinuous fishing, $1.25,
years of age. Servicemen ,stationed i
in Florida are considered residents licenses may e obtained in
insofar as licenses to fish and hunt Port St. Joe at the Pate Service
are concerned. Center on Monument Avenue.


THE 6 Al-


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


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
I. .. .., .- ..- I II1RM RD 39


JORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


NOTICE

Dr. Adams, D.V.M. will be at the City Hall fire
station from 2:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m., Eastern Standard
Time, Friday, June 24, 1960 for the purpose of vaccinat-
ing dogs against rabies. All persons who own dogs are
urged to bring them to the above location for vaccina-
tion, beginning a t2:00 p.m., Friday, June 24. The
charge for this service will be $2.00 for each dog treated.
H. W. GRIFFIN
Chief of Police
City of Port St. Joe, Florida



Annual Little Boys Baseball League

All-Star Game Set For July Fourth


Theta Rho Girls

Attend State Meet

A delegation of 17 girls and four
chaperones from Melody Theta
Rho Club attended the state as
,sembly held in Arcadia on June 17
through 19.
The Port St. Joe Club installed
the newly elected 'and appointed
officers Saturday night at 8:00
p.m. Port St. Joe girls installed to
the state offices were: Pat Mc-
Cormick, vice-president; Lorraine
White, left supporter of the vice-
president; Glynda Burke, left sup-
porter of the president.
The installing officers were: 'Di
anne Bishop, deputy; Mary Caro-
lyn Lyons, warden; Glynd- Burke,
secretary; Barbara Whitfield, trea-
surer; Fran Gunn, chaplain: Mary
Louise Walker, inside guardian.
Judy Sims, outside guardian; Bec-
ky Childers, musician 'and install-
ing marshall was Sandra Baxley.
The girls serving as escorts for
,the officers elect -were Marjorie
Woolford, Janet Stafford, Carolyn,
Carr, Mary Kil'bourn, Katrina Far-
ris and Judy Williams. Accompany-
ing the girls -were Mrs. Aliene
Hightower and C. W. Long, both
members of 'the Joint Youth Com-
mittee of Florida, Mrs. Lucille Wil-
liams and .the advisor, Mrs. Flora
Long.
If nothing happens the Assembly
will 'be held here in Port St. Joe
in 1962, and it is the desire of all


July Fourth All-Star games will
oe ,played this year with prizes to
be given away as has been the prac-
tice in the past. Donations ,will be
accepted to help defray the expens-
ers of the Little Boys Baseball pro-
gram. Players, managers and offi-
cers of the Little Boy's Baseball or-
ganization all have tickets that may
be obtained for the free prizes.
President R. H. El'zey stated
'that those not attending this year's
games are missing the best base-
ball to be seen in this League.
Tuesday night the Sockeys and Do-
zers tied up in a pitching duel.
Johnny Walker (Sockeys) 'and Rob-
in Brown (Dozers) put on an ex-
hibition of pitching equal to older
boys.
The two pitchers struck out over
20 ,batters. Johnny Walker hit two
home runs to win his own ballgame
3-0.
In the American League tonight,
the Sockeys and Boxers tangle. To-
morrow night, the Hard Stars and
Dozers 'play. Monday night, the
Sockeys and Gators play. Tuesday
afternoon the Boxers meet the
Hard Stars. Wednesday afternoon
it's the Gators against the Dozers.
In the National League this af-
ternoon, the Krafties play Rotary.
Tomorrow afternoon, Ford-Pontiac,
and IGA. Monday afternoon, the
Sharks play Rotary. Tuesday night
the IGA -goes against the Krafties.
Wednesday afternoon Ford-Pontiac
and the Sharks fight it out.


Men's Softball


those 'attending that the citizens
of Port St. Joe might be as hospit- League Results
'able as everyone in Arcadia was.
Mildred Lindsey of Fort Pierce, he results of he ac-
the new president, will make hertion this past week in the Men's
official visit to Melody No. 10 on Softhall League
June 27. Friday's games were rained out.
On Saturday, Local 740 and Sam-

Contract Let for imy's Auto Repair split a double
header. Local 740 took the first
game, 10 to 6. Sammy's came 'back
SCOut Camp Work to win Lhe nitecap, 9 -to 7.
Monday night the League leading
A. B. Covell of DeFuniak Springs Lions Club defeated Local 740 3 to
was low bidder on the dam and lake 1 and Sammy's edged Woolford's
at the new Scout Camp to be lo- Standard 5 to 3.
cated .between Crestview and De- Here are the league standings:
Funiak Springs. Olin S. McKnight W L GB
Council Contracting Officer,. an- Lions 15 6
nounoed. Sammy's -- ---- 13 10 3
"Work is to begin Immediately Woolford's ...---------... 11 10 4
and plans call for the project to be Local 740 ....----- 11 12 5
completed in 150 calendar days. Vitro Blue -- 9 12 6
Covell's low bid was $40,291.10 and Vitro Red ------ -------6 15 9
included the dam, the road across Tonight at 7:30 p.m. the Lions
the dam, spillway, and approximate- Club will play Woolford's Standard
ly 10 acres of lake bed clearing. Station a previously rained out
The dam will be a structure 37 game. Then the Lions will take on
feet high and approximately 600 Local 740 in a game that was sche-
feet long. It will impound a lake duled tfor Ftdid'ay night. Friday,
of approximately 38 acres. Fresh Sammy's Auto will play Woolford's
water springs provide the source of starting at 7:30 p.m.
water supply. --
Funds .fori this project are provid- LOCAL BOY'S STATER
ed from monies raised through the NAMED TO OFFICE
"Boy Scout Development Fund", a Bob Kerrigan, one of three Port
campaign conducted 'by 'the Gulf St. Joe boys attending Boy's State
Coast Council earlier this year. A in Tallahassee this week was nam-
total of $302,302 was raised in this ed to a county office.
effort. The dam Is the start of con- Other boys attending from Port
stiuction plans on the 940 acre site St. Joe are Tom Martin Watts and
just south of U. S. 90 and 6 miles Jimmy Dawson.
west of DeFuniak Springs. $-
Other bidders included: Visiting Grandmother
Gary Powell, Atmore, Ala., $41,- The Misses Mary and Patti Har-
134.05. prison of Selma, Alabama are visit-
Florida Asphalt and Paving, Pan- iong their grandmother, Mrs. S. R.
ama City, $45,587.85. Grice at her homeht St. Joe Beach.
Coggin and Deermont Construe-
tion Co., Chipley, $45,986.55. Off On Business Trip
Ray Construction Co., Pensacola, B. L. Hampton left Wednesday
$47,164.53. morning for a business rtip to St.
Preskett Construction Co., Ft. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Hampton and their
Walton Beach, $49,979.75. daughter Carolyn accompanied him.
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Guests of Barnes Spending Week Here
Mr. and Mrs. Bowman Smith and Mrs. P. B. Fairley, Jr., and daugh-
daughter Nancy of Headland, Ala., ters are spending this week with
Were the week end guests of Mr. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
and Mrs. Frank Barnes. Smith.


TROOP 47, BOY SCOUTS, 'part of the group of 18 going to the Scout Jamboree in Colorado Springs, ex-
amine the display. Above, left to right, are Scouts Morris Buttram, Steve Majors, Ray Ramsey, Tom-
my Grimsley, David Harvey, Sonny Eells, Jimmy Johnson, Rex Buzzett, Tommy Atchison, Billy Wager,
and Pete Fox. The boys are studying how to dismantle and erect the display. (photo 'by Fite)


Local Scouts To

-. Furnish Jamboree

ft ~Troop Display

'1k ,, Local Boy Scouts, Troop 47 t
[ ,, year took the honor of making
Troop entrance for the Lake Sa.
LAKE SANDS DISTRICT Scout encampment at the Sci
S. World Jamboree in Colorn
''.r, n Springs next month. The 10
'. l'' '. Scouts were awarded ,this ho
due to ;the fact that Port St. "
is sending the largest number
S. .boys in the .district.
Ak "tThe display, pictured here, v
sponsored .by the Rotary Club,
Joe Paper Company, Glidden Co
pany, Michigan Chemical Co., All!
tjxmcliivs.xat tl 'r t


DISPLAY SPONSOR REPRESENTATIVES-left to right Lawrence
Bissett, Rotary Club; Dr. Joe Hendrix, Chamber of Commerce;
Mark Frimodig, Michigan Chemical; Bob Fox, Glidden Company;
John Drew, Glidden Company; J. C. Belin, St. Joe Paper Company
and Harry Saunders, St. Joe Paper Company. (proto by Fite)


Pier Construction Request Still Is

Unsettled; Attorney General To Rule

The request of Walter Owens to sion of the Gulf County Commis-
construct a pier at St. Joe Beach sion who denied Owens the right to
in the Gulf of Mexico is still hang- construct the pier.
ing fire. Owens attorney Cecil G. As at every other meeting, the
Costin, Jr., took the case to th request met opposition in Tallahas-
state Internal Improvement Fund Q- m e o psiion i T .,,alaTha-


Commission Tuesday of this week
to ask them to over-ride the deci-


Credit Reporting

System Planned


The Steering Committee of the
Retail Merchant's Division of the
Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce
at its last meeting announced com-
pletion of its plans for a credit re-
porting system for Port St. Joe
and Vicinity. This will encompass
all merchants in Port St. Joe and
all people who extend credit to the
public.
Merchants and professional peo-
ple will report a list of bad credit
risks every 60 days to the commit-
tee head of the credit division. The
.,m c will1 hbe copmild itn to a list


this
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Chemical Divisiz..` .d ,ithe Port St.
Joe Chamber of Commerce. The en-
trance was designed, painted and
constructed by Clyde A. Fite.
The Scouts gathered last Fri-
day afternoon to practice taking
down and putting up the display as
this will 'be their job in Colorad ,
Springs. Special boxes were made
for shipping the display to Colo-
rado and 'it left this week to be
on hand when the 'boys arrive.
The display is built around the
topography of the Port St. Joe area
showing the pines, sand hills and
swampy areas and also tells the
story of the manufacturing com-
plex that is being established In
Port St. Joe.


New Standard

Station Opens

Jimmy Greer is formally opening
his new all over Standard Oil home
here in Port St. Joe this week end.
Greer has a new station of porce-
lain front, new grease equipment,
new building, new gas pumps, new
equipment throughout.
Jimmiie has an extra special
"Gruer greeting" for all his custo-
mers waitifno- for this week end--


see too. Appearing in oppose On i-S ,1. ..^ ^^u.^ UUU--
the request were J. C. Arbogast so go by and see him and look over
with his attorney, Ben C. Dickens, his new station.
L. W. Porter, H. Brouillette, Ralph
Nance, Ben Williams and Neal Sin- iita Club Sets
clair. All contended that the Im- ivitan Club Sets
provement board lacked the author-
ity to over-ride the County Commis- Charter Night
sion decision. They charged that
Owens had not met with the law in Tonight is Charter Night for the
his application by failing to first newly organized Civitan Club in
.establish a bulkhead line. They The new club will be chartered
contended that the law also requir-atdinne meeting tonight at the
ed Owens to appeal to the courts
Centennial Building whei the Clvi
rather than to the State Board. Centennial Building when the Civi-
tans will honor their wives at a
The opposing citizens contended chicken barbecue dinner.


that the pier would interfere with
their perpetual and exclusive ease-
rent written into their deeds for
the beach area.
The Internal Improvement Board
referred the matter to their Sate
Attorney'.s office for a ruling as to


to be distributed to each merchant whether the Board could act on
in Port St. Joe. Merchants and pro- the question.
lessional people will be urged to __ -4 -. ..--.
use the lists in refusing credit to Visiting Mims
people who appear on the bad cre- Visiting Mr. and Mrs. David Minii
dit risk list. and Mrs. Judith Darcey last week
The first list will be published 1and this week were Mrs. Douglas
and 'passed out to all merchants Richards and daughters front Mont-
and professional groups on July 15 gomery, Ala., and Mr. and -Mrs.
and will be in effect from that date George Lunsford and children from
onward. Orlando.


The charter will be presented by
Robert E. Igleheart, Governor, Ala.-
West Florida District. Officers will
be installed by R. A. Wheeler, in-
coming Governor, Ala.-West Flor-
ida Distdict.
Offic':r.-i of the new club are:
iresid((nt. David Nicholson; vice-
pi'i.dent, Marvin Land; vice-pres-
idint, Arnold Daniell; secretary,
Lyle I. \Vright; treasurer Donald
Parker and Dlirectors. Charles Ste-
vexns, DIrew Hall, R. F. Maxwell and
Albert Thames.

On Vacation
.Il. and Mrs. Rlalph Ward are
spindinj) a three week vacation vis-
iting in Michigan.


I1 VItLJ 6V '


THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1960


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Alice Jean Gay

Becomes Bride of

S. J. Martin, Ill

Miss Alice Jean Gay and A-1C
Stanley James Mai-tin, III wrea
united in .marriage Saturday, June
11 at 5:30 p.m. in a double-ring
ceremony at the Oak Grove As-
sembly of God Church with the
Rev. Charles Harthern officiating.
The sanctuary of the church was
enhanced with -two beautiful bou-
quets of white gladioli nestled in
lace fern and palm leaves, set in
tall floor standards beside two 10-
branched candelabra holding white
tapers which cast a soft glow over
the arrangement.
Soft prenuptial music was played
.by Mrs. Ray Lavell, organist, as
the guests assembled. She also ac-
companied Miss Dean Glass as she
sang, "Because", "0 Perfect Love"
and at the conclusion of tho cere-
mony, "The Lord's Prayer".
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Earnest Lightfoot, was given
in marriage by her father. She
was lovely in a gown -of nylon net
and lace posed over taffeta and
fashioned on the princess line. The
'bodice featured a Sabrina neckline
and short sleeves with short white
lace gloves. Her dress featured a
chapel train. The veil was attached
to a danity seed pearl headpiece.
She carried a bridal bouquet of
white calla lilise. Her only acces-
sory was a single strand of pearls.
Miss Treva Catmpbell attended
as maid of honor. The bridesmaids
were Miss Betty Butts and Miss
Linda Thomas. The attendants
wore identical sheath dresses of
heavenly blue taffeta featuring a
nylon net overskirt. They carried a
nosegay of [astel-colored chrysan-
themums.
Miss Wyvonne Griffin attended
as flower girl. She wore a long
blue dress enhanced with rosebuds
and carried a nosegay similar to
those of the other attendants. Bob-
by Glenn Lightf'oot, brother 'of the
bride, attended as ring bearer.
Robert Martin, brother of the
groom, attended as best man. Gary
Storm and David Sprague attended
as ushers.
The bride's mother chose for her
daughter's wedding a lavender lace
sheath dress with white accessor-


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Dr.King To Attend

Dental Meeting

-ir. Lewis J. Marchand practicing
Pi To, fromn Gainesville, will lead
cliTii sessions at the Northwest
D r it, Florida Dental Society
"o.m.tion at Pensacola Beach,
h ,i- 5 and 26.
m i raudate of Northwestern Uni-
S ,-: as well as .the University
Ae o"-rida, Dr. Marchand will lec-
,) an expected 60 dentists on
A Oa! Diagnosis and Treatment
ri _n Lng."
-.rite of the professional conven-
-'oa will be El Conquistador Res-
rr.t beside the beautiful Gulf
ri rico at the site of Florida's
Tir uadricentennial Celebration
I"1I year. The professional group
Sw i, rheir families will enjoy a
,lo tournament, deep-s.ea *fishing
.ai d a authentic Hawaiian Luau
Q ,,, gh white sands of Santa Rosa
Island.
i,!,,ida Dental Society member
l1s w,e Peort St. Joe is Doctor Robert
E. King.

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IMRE. STANLEY JAMIES MARTIN, III
(Photo by Lynart Studio)
lert and a corsage of white carna-

Immediately following the cere- Reception Honors
money, a reception was held at the
,bride's home. Thebride's table was verstreetPastor
covered with a white hand-crochet- .- '
eod cloth over a yellow background.
The three-tiered wedding cake was A reception honoring Rev. and
topped with a miniature bride and Mrs. James C. Brown and their
groom. Arrangements of porm poms, sons, O'Neal, 16 and Earl, 14 was ..
tfern and gladioli encircled the wed- held at the home of Mrs. Arthur
ding cake and punch bowl. Tea Cook on Thursday, June 16. -
girls were Mrs. Loretta Martin and Rev. Brown has assumed hisu-
Miss Joyce Hayes. ties as the new pastor of the Over-
Presiding over the guest's book street Methodist Church. He comes .
table was Miss Joyce Davis. The 'from Jackson, Alabama after serv- eUR
table was overlaid by a cutwork ing as pastor of the First Methodist LOTHv y r
cloth featuring a bouquet of lilies- I Church there.
of-the-valley. Over 30 people called during the
After the reception, Mr. and M-s. party hours of 8:00 -to 10:00. s
Martin left on their wdeding trip A delicious fruit punch was ser- .
for Niagara Falls. While in New ved with chocolate cake squares
York, the couple will Mvsit ,tie and hours' d ouvres by Carolyn and
groom's parents, Mr. andi Mrs. Linda Crowder, neices of Mr. Cook. Suited to the Man in a
Stanley James Martin, II. For her Gladioli were used for 'the foral Hurry. .. who doesn't
honeymoon, Mrs. Martin chose a arrangements. want to Look iti
white sheath dress of basket-weave
cotton with a -matching short coat Young Matron's Circle We have it, you'll want it:
with which she wore lavender ac- Holds Meeting Monday Curlee's right-at-any moment
cessories. answer for the busy executive.
The M bride was a graduate of the Young Matrons Circle of the Leave your office, hop in your
1960 graduating class of Port St. First Baptist Church met at hte car or plane, arrive at his office
Joe High School. The groom is cur- home of Mrs. Wanda Scott Mon- or the party without a minute to
rcntly stationed at Tyndall Air day. The meeting was called .to spare ... they'd never guess it!
Force Base. order by the chairman, Mrs. Rob- The suit's impeccable styling,
Out of town guests were Mrs. ert Whittle. Mrs. Whittle also gave and light-weight but wrinkle re-
Verna Murphy and Mrs. Pearl the devotional. The meeting was sistant fabrics, present you in
Granger -of Gordon, Alabama and then turned over 'to Mrs. Lou Tay- cool, unhurried elegance. Select
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MonsTi n Jak. C Maro.member fill out their record sheets is complete.
MT. and Mrs. J. R. Carroll of Lynn Jn
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______ The meeting was then turned
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er and wider as they each out to, ter school patients. But she does
embrace all in the love of Christ. more than wait a Sister regis-
We at St. Joseph's Parish here tered nurse literally hikes around
are so fortunate to have with us ,the community and countryside if
this summer in our rieiglous vaca- need be, to bring physical aid and
tion school Sister Mary Alice of spiritual comfort -to the sick who


the Missionary Servants of the
Most Blessed Trinity along with
her most capable lay assistant,
Miss Loretta Wall with ladies of
our own parish teaching our chil-
dren at St. Joseph's all about the
great love that Christ has for us,
and about 'the .many ways in which
we can -please Him throughout the
day.


cannot come to her.
The grown-ups come to the mis-
sions in the evenings. Some to in-
quire about the religion, some to
borrow good -books from the mis-
sion library, some to seek temporal
assistance, and some to worship
in the Sister's Chapel.
With all this work that is being
accomplished by the sisters it
stands to reason that .some of the


Sundins Return

From Orient

On Thursday, June 16, Captain
and Mrs. Charles Sundin, arrived
In Port St. Joe after a two year's
tour of duty in the Far East. They
plan to spend 11 days here with
the parents of Mrs. Sundin, Mr.
and Mrs. Ned Porter.
The Sundins left Tianan, For-
mosa on May 16 for Taipei, the
capital of the Island, and departed
Taipei on May 18 for Tachikawa,


THE STAR

Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
DIAL BALL 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publisher
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.


*. These workers are kept quite work will never be done simply be- Japan, a suburb of Tokyo, Japan, The spoken word is given scant attend
busy each day not only witnessing cause there are not enough of these with a stop at Okinawa. On May weighed. The spoken word barely asserts;
Ci a tdu servaenot eof Go toThe spoken word is lost; the printed wor
for Christ and thus setting ex- wonderful servants of God to go 27, 'at 11:00 a.m. they boarded an
samples for all to imitate and fol- around. Right here in our own lit- OVers as Niational Airlines DC-7 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
jlow, -but also, instilling in the hearts community and county there are at Tachikawa and arrived May 27,
',: sg..i';.' 's, ":f:- of everyone th eway of love we are many people who need 9the help of 9:15 p.m. Travis Air Force Base,'
SSR'E J t due our Creator and Saxiour. In tiany le Missionary Sisters. Now why California, having crossed the In- Mrs. Armstrong
SUMMER SCHOOL of RELIGION of St. Joseph's Catholic Church, addition to this, the sisters fight does sch a situation exist? Surely ternational Date Line between
Port St. Joe Sister Mary Alice M.S.B.T. assisted *by: Mrs. George with every 'bit of energy and love God is calling laborers for His Wake Island 4nd Haiwaii, where f* e Hot
Small, Mrs. B. W. Eells, Jr., Mrs. George Anchors, Mrs. Frank they have to reclaim ,souls for work. He is not being deficient in they made brief refueling stops. i irce Hosiess
Sisk, Mrs. Bud Hudson, Mi.ss Loretta Wall, Miss Barbara Eells Christ. Most assuring to realize is giving the religious vocation. Why They were 26 hours e-route over
and Miss Elizabeth Ann Browne. the fact that this work is not -dedi- aren't grls saying "yes" to Him? the Pacific. Mrs. C. L. Armstrong was hostess
cated to Catholics 'alone, but to all. Perhaps they are not listening to Captain and Mrs. Sundin will be on Monday morning, June 20, to
SiA typical day anywhere in this the Spirit 'of God. Perhaps His leaving for Nellis Air Force Base. the members of Circle Number
St. Joseph Catholic Church Sponsoring country in the life of a Missionary whispeirngs are being stifled by Las Vegas, Nevada, where he has Four of -the Methodist Woman's
c s servant of the Most Blessed Trin-the noise of the world outside. Per- been re-assigned. They regret very Society of Christian Service. Deli-
ummer School of Religion Classes ity would include religious instruc- aps they do not realize .the .thrill .much that this new assignment cious refreshments were served to
tions for the 'public school children I of accepting the challenge to fight could not have been nearer Port 12 members and, one visitor as
first. ThIese youngsters then carry fur Christ's cause. Could that be St. Joe. they gathered at 9:30 a.m.
By ED EELLS into the water? Do you recall how the Faith home to their parents and the case with anyone you know? ~heth
Missionary a word that at the ripples.grew broader and broad- 'Sister follows through 'by regular Could I that be the case with 'any of Visit Jungle Gardenswas opened wi,
once means warmth and confidence er reaching out to encircle all? So 'visits tothe homes of these good you who read thi? Iso, we are During a recent iit to the prayer by Mrs. J. L. Sharit, circle
with sacrifice. it is with the missionary. Their people. There is ,a daily clinic too, 'begging for God we are 'plead- Coast" of Florida, Mr. and Mrs. chairman. Business consisted of the
Have you ever thrown a pebble, work and -their hearts grow broad- where Sister waits 'to treat the af- ing His cause. He needs help, He Robert L. Armstrong, of 515 Third Treasurer's report, report of social
_.. needs workers. He needs laborers Street, enjoyed seeing Sarasota service relations chairman and dis-
in His vineyard today, just he He Jungle Gardens. The visitors ming- cussion of plans for reception of
did 2,000 yards ago when He com- led with flamingos and other exotic the new past and family. It was
plained to the Apostles. If He is wildfowl roaming uncaged amid decided to have the reception on
calling any of you, please don't re- some of Florida's finest scenery. Friday, June 24, in the Fellowship
fuse Him 'because you will be mis- During their 'trip the visitors walk- Hall of the Methodist Church.
sing out on the one greatest oppor- ed through pi-ngle trails bordered It was announced, also, that the
tunity of yor entire lifetime to 'be- by huge Royal Palms, saw hun- July .business and program meeting
come in His ,eyes the 'most success- dreds -of different tropical plants, would be held on July 11.
ful person you could ever be on and watched bees actually make Program chairman, Mrs. Jimmie
:this earth with the greatest re- honey, McNeill, gave a very interesting
ward's and compensation ever at-,
tained by any individual in his own
right.
For further information about
-the life and 'works of the Mission- .J. .
ary S~ervants of the Most Blessed
Trinity, please writer to: Sister :
Joseph Miriam, M.S.B.T., Blessed
Trinity Motherhouse, 3501 Solly St.
Philadelphia, 36, Pennsylvania. And
if you by chance see Sister Mary
Alice here in Port St. Joe and don't
get the opportunity to meet her
personally, please ask Pod to bless
her and all the works she is doing
in His cause. Such a little silent
prayer takes no longer than a mere
second, but does so much good for
her and fo- you! M '-"-'
i rx"-. T>


tion; the printed word is thoughtfully
the printed word thoroughly convinces.
d remains.
THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1960

and informative program on Home
Missions. It was pointed ou.t that
the women of the Methodist Church
participate in many and varied mis-
sion projects in the Home Field.
The group was dismissed by the
benediction.


Local Girls Attend

U. of F. Courses

Two Por tSt. Joe High School
students are attending a Journal-
ism Institute at the University of
Florida this week. The short
course is ,desgined to train stu-
dents in the publication of their
school yearbook.
Attending from Port St. Joe are
Linda Roberts, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Floyd Roberts and Rita
Cooper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I- ey Cooper. Linda 'is editor next
year of "The Monument" and Rica
is business manager. "The Mon,-
ment" is the Port St. Joe Higti
School yearbook.


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of Florida Is becoming nationally
known for its annual musical en-
tertainment treat that is unparal-
leled in any other section of Amer-
ica.
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dred becomes a teeming city of
thousands as folks from all over
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wanis Club sponsored Loy McCor-
mick sundown to sunup all night


to the first-class postage, is charg- gospel .sing, Saturday night, July 2.
ed for this arevice. A delivery re- The program brings back memor-
ceipt is kept on file at the office ies of a yesterday that so many
of delivery for two years, during .city folks knew when they were
which time the mailer may apply country kids when all day .jings
for a return receipt showing to and dinner on the grounds were a
whom and when delivery was cherished part of rural America.
made. Bespectaled McCormick, who
Additional services may be ob- 'gained. deep-rooted appreciation
trained .on both registered and cer- for the toe-tapping spiritual type
tified mailing pieces by (prepay- of gospel music when he was a
ment of proper fees. For 50c deliv- kid on an Alabama cotton planta-
ery will be restricted; for 10c a tion, has produced seven other all
return receipt will be provided to right .gospel sings for the Kiwan-
show when and to whom 'the item ians with each .event drawing from
was delivered; for 35c a return re- 8,000 to 10,000 people.
ceipt can be had which 'shows not Some of the best gospel quartets
only when and to whom the item I lend their talent to entertain at the


program held in the open air on
the high school football field. The
sing starts a't sundown, .and in pre-
vious years, 2,000 to 3,000 .people
were still on tap when the sun
rose the next day.
People like the Sunshine Boys,
'the Harmoneers, the Cross Roads
quartets and 'many others sing thru-
out the night from an improvised
stage at one end of the field.
They usually work in 30 minute
sh-ifts and the fast moving program
holds the old and young spellbound
for hours.
People with midnight lunch
packed boxes, pillows, spreads;
quilts and chairs start swarming
the field early in the afternoon and
night long stayer-upers leave the
place weary but happy after the
sun rises 'the .net day.


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .---. 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
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VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


THE CHURCH OF GOD
of Highland View
-- WELCOMES YOU
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING 8:,00 P.M. (Wednesday)
Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship .-- 6:15 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
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Postmaster Gives Tips on Sending
Registered and Certified Mail
If you had valuable or important fied mail can ibe dropped in any
mail to send out, would you know collection box after the proper cer-
whether to send it *by registered tified sticker form has been applied
mail or by certified mail? showing the certified number. This
"There are significant differenc- form can -be obtained in the lobby
es," says Postmaster Chauncey L. of any post office.
Costin. For help with problems relating
Registered mail is primarily to any type of mail service, call
mail which has intrinsic value and BAll 7-7136.
for which the 'mailer desires to
have evidence of delivery. The mail- Bonifay Slates Sing
er is charged a fee in addition to For July 4 Weekend
the first-class postage, the amounts little farming
of ,the fee determined by the worth
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Last Round-Up
SHOP for MEN

SALE PRICES


LOWEST PRICES EVERi!


STONE'S has been closed Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for the purpose of further reducing prices.
Another big slice has been made in order to completely close out STONE'S SHOP for MEN just as fast
as possible. Only a few more days remain to save at STONE'S unbelievable low, low prices. Savings
from 50% to 83% on first quality nationally advertised brands of men's clothing, will be available only
a few more days. Hurry in and save before your sizes are gone. Why pay more money when you
can get the best, the very best, for much less than you pay for cheap off-brand clothing.

NO STRINGS ATTACHED TO RECEIVE THESE LOW PRICES!

LOOK AT THE LOW, LOW LAST-ROUND-UP SALE PRICES EFFECTIVE AT STONE'S SHOP for MEN THURSDAY
JUNE 23
blHIM ... iMi


Reg. $10.95 to $14.95
FREEMAN DRESS SHOES --
Reg. $7.95 to $11.95
WORK SHOES
Reg. $2.50 to $3.50
SWANK and SHIELDS JEWELRY
Reg.'$1.00 to $8.95
GIFT ITEMS
Rge. $3.95 to $5.95
WORK PANTS
Reg. $2.95 to $5.95
McGREGOR SWIM SHORTS
Reg. $3.95 to $5.00
ARROW DRESS SHIRTS
ARROW
Short Sleeve DRESS SHIRTS


Reg. $3.95 to $5.00
$5.55 to $8.88 McGREGOR WALK SHORTS
Reg. $1.00
1V/2 OFF WEMBLEY BOW TIES ----
Reg. $1.50 to $2.50
V2 OFF HICKOK BELTS
Reg. $17.95 to $33.95
V2 OFF MAYFIELD SPORT COATS
Reg. $1.25
$2.22 JOCKEY BRIEFS
Reg. $1.50
V2 OFF JOCKEY MIDWAY
COOPERS Reg. $1.00
$1.99 Boxer and Gripper SHORTS
Reg. $5.00 to $9.95
$2.49 RESISTOL STRAW HATS


Big, Big Savings for Fall Designed for the


Reg. $55.00
MAYFIELD SUITS -
RESISTOL FELT HATS


---2 PRICE
3 for $1.00
/2 PRICE
$7.77 to $16.66
75c, 3 for $2.00
80c, 3 for $2.50
59c, 3 for $1.50
V/2 PRICE


thrifty shopper who looks ahead.


Reg. $9.95 to $15.95
$26.66 HIGGINS SLACKS
Reg. $9.95 to $10.95 -


----__ $4.44 to $7.77
SALE PRICE, $3.99


NEW ITEMS HAVE BEEN ADDED TO THE GRAB TABLE ..

UNHEARD OF VALUES SAVE UP TO 83%!


Reg. $1.50
WEMBLEY NECK TIES
Reg. $3.95
SCHOOL JACKETS
Reg. $1.25 to $2.95
CAPS
Reg. $2.98
NIGHT DRIVING GLASSES
Reg. $3.95 to $5.00
PAJAMAS ..
Reg. $4.00
Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS
Reg. $5.95
WASH and WEAR ROBES


Reg. $8.95 to $10.95
49c WASHABLE ROBES
49c Reg. $8.95
WASHABLE ORLON SWEATERS
49c Reg. $10.95
FREEMAN DRESS SHOES


Reg. $19.95
LINED RAIN COATS


99c
- $1.99


$1.99 Reg. $19.95
Leather and Wool School
$2.99 JACKETS


$4.44

$4.44

$4.99


$8.88


$8.88


Semester Honor HE STAR. Port GL Joe, F. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1960
Semester Honor
lHobbs, John Kimbrell, Myron Mer- *
Roll Announced ritt, Ellis Stevens and Forrest Van National Boat
Pt7th Grade Week Coming Up
Leroy Bowdoin, principal of the Cecelia Creech, Kathy Garrett, Coming
Port St. Joe High School this week Paula Lovett. Connie Mahon, Wan-
released the honor roll for the last da Odom. Normia Peterson, Patsy "Let's make every week Safe
six week period of tle 59-60 school Prince, .arie Rhanes, Bobby Ant- BoactiAng Week!"
year and for the last semester of ley, Ralph Chandler, Paul Simmons, That's the advice of Aslley Cos-
.he -past school term. The .honor B .. e .a tia Shalee n of St. Joe Hardware. local ma-
rolls are as follows: Dunlap, Linda Lou Dykes, Michael nine dealer.
SIX WEEK HONOR ROLL McKenna and Marjorie Woolford. "Pla de t Eisenhower ulas pr-

12th Grade SEMESTER HONOR ROLL as National Safe Boating Week",
Norma Hobbs and Connie Chason. ALL A's Ccotin said, "but we :should all
8th Grade '12th Grade str've to make veery week safe
Sandra Bass, June McKenzie, Norma Hobbs and Jon Harpold. tor the nation's 40 million boaters.'
Patsy Patterson, Kenneth Dykes, 8th Grade Costin, Johnson Motors dealer in
Douglas Hallian and David Por- Leon Hobbs and David Porter. this area, points out that -boating
ter. A and B safety is really "just good manners
A and B 12th Grade and courtesy afloat."
12th Grade Coral Lee Arnstrong, Jo Ann "With many more Americans tak-
Coral Lee Armstrong, Barbara Coer, Barbara Els, Diane Lay, ing to the water every year, an or-
Eells, Diane Lay, Glenn Alligood, Glenn Alligood, Dot Asbell, Cindy ganized program of promoting comrn-
David Musselwhite, Jimmy Redd, Car.bonneau, Connie Chason, Joyce mon sense in boating is necessary,"
Nobie Stone. Dot Asbell, Cindy Davis, Ray Lapeyrouse, Steve Costin added.
Carbonneau, Ray Lapeyrouse, Jon Whealton, Betty Butts, Dianna "Outboard boating, howevre, is
Harpold, Frank Griffin, Stev e Fitzpatrick, Alice Jean'Gay, Betty becoming safer as it becomes more
Whealton, Dianna Fitzpatrick, Alice Ward, Ed Bobbitt and Norman ,popular."
Jean Gay, Louise Richter, Francis Buchert. Statistics from the Outboard
Spears, Freda Trammell, Betty 11th Grade Boating Club of America showed
Ward, Norman Buchert, Bobby, Mary Jane Bobbitt, Rodney the fatality rate reached an all-
Burkett. Spaulding, Coleman Tharpe, How- time low in 1958, the OBC's third
11th Grade arl Lovett, Rita Cooper, Steve annual study on 'boating safety
Mary Jane Bobbi.tt, Babs Max- Kennedy and Tom Martin Watts. showed.
well, Rexine White, Rodney Spauld- 10th Grade In 1958 there were .23 fatalities
ing, Coleman Tharpe, Howard Lov- K reeh, Mickey Thompson, erthousand outboard motors in
ett, Bo Williams, Ann Mosely and Freddy Bowdoin, Chesley Fensom use, less than half the rate record-
Tom Martin Watts. Jand Frank Ruckman. ed in 1949, when it was .47 per
10th Grade 9th Grade thousand motors.
Mickey Thompson, Baxter Un-, Jan Rawls, Mabel Stone, Joel While the number of outboard
derwood, Reva Oakes, Bobby Ad- Barbee, Johnny Chafin, Bill Fite, motors in use increased from 2,-
ars, Frank Ruckmaini, Fay Key'8th Grade 643,000 in 1949 to 5,525,000 in 1958,
SC M Men P ithe actual number of fatalities did
and Courtney Martin. June McKenzie, Patsy Patterson, not increase OBC reports.
9th Grade Cathline Smith, Ellen Scisson, Ken- "The biggest cause .of fatal boat-
Lila Dockeyr, Gene McCormick, neth Dykes, Albert Gentry, Doug- ing accidents is operator negli-
Linda Price, Jan Rawls, Mabel las Hallman, Myron Merrit, Ellis genee" Costin said. "It accounts
Stone, Joel Barbee and Johnny Stevens and Forrest Van Camp. or more than one-third (36.4) of
Chain. 7th Grade I fatal accidents."
8th Grade Cecelia Creech, Kathy Garrett, I
Jane Christian, Katrina Farris, Paula Lovett, Connie Mahon, Wan-
CaoieHnpoKtyJns aOoNraPtroPtyHrig ob nly irl


Caroline Hampton, Ki.bty Jones, da Od'om, Norma Peterson, Patsy
Mary Caroline Lyons, Catholine Prince, Marie Rhames, Phyllis
Smith, Ellen Scisson, Hurburt Gard- S.mith, Michael McKenna, Fran
ner, Albert Gentry, They Hall, Leon Gunn, Sandra Williams, Jimmy


Herritng, Bobby Antley, Morris
Butstram, Ralph Chandler, Pete
Fox, Ricky Godfrey, Larry Packer,
Charles Thomas and- Billy Wager.


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SLegion, Auxiliary '[HIE VA-AR, or. t. Joe, Florio THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1960 Buord Griffn, Phone 7-7011 r
Legion, Auxiliary 1 F YOU ARE INTERESTED injQrick expert service. te
San Price. I FOR SALE: 6 lots in Beaty sub- saving money see us for anything THERE WILL BE a regular com-
In ll OffCommander Maon charged the division at White City. See Un- you need in your home. STOP and munication of ort St. Joe Lodge
IIUIUn a Officrs 11 ion Finance or phone 7-5211. 2tc No. 111, F&AM every first and
o.fifcers of the Legion and the Aux-n Finance or phone 7-521. 2tSWAP SHOP. third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
joit en o th mer i iory to work to build their )post'FOR SALE: 2 -bedroom house. Ig. A jointmeeting of the American her.lot, 3 years old.ricedA. M.-Regular convocation of
Legion and Auxiliary, Unit 116 was rig the coming year. He sad li down payment. Can be fi St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
held Tuesday night, June 21 at the I"The American Legion movement nanced. Located at White City. .,2d and 4th Mondays. All visit- ROBERT H.TRAWICK, W. M.
American Legion Home on Wil-Ii1n't confined to this organization Contact Jake Mouchette .at St. Joe ing brothers welcome. st. POPE FENDLEY, SeW.
' imerican Legion Homse on Wio- Mtfc-6-16 David H. Jones, High Priest. POPE FENDLEY, Sec.
liams Avenue, for the purpose of' r this building-it is part of the Motel. tfe-6-16 Joel Lovett, Secretary All Master Masons cordially invited
nst.alling their 1960-61 officers, community, in your homes, schools, -
nsallg 960-6Tr churches and every phase of civic ANTED: Job in afe. Good cook. SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
ended the meeting with all rituals lfe" Commandir Mayton said he Lilly Mae Betton, 187 Ave. E.
observed. He then turned the meet- was 'looking for the day when the F-hone 7-7898. 1,t1
ing over to Auxiliary President, American Legion would fade away" FOR .RENT: Nice furnished apart- PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Mrs. P. G. Hart. since the Legion is made up of vet- ments. For couple only. Phone I 11\I 'I HUIRCn
erans who served in the armed for- 7-7641. tfe-5-19
Mrs. Hart appointed Mrs. M-ada- ces during time of war. FOR RENT: Sinall apartment. Call. Sixth Street Rev. Boyd B. Underwood, Minister
line Whitaker to act as Sergeant- Guests of the Posts were Gene Mrs. Paul Farmer, 7-2565. tfc-5-26
at-Arms for the -occasion. Mrs. Wil- Austin, Preston Nichols and Dr. J. FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. Ex- WORSHIP SERVICES
lard B. Oakley of Lanark Village, G. Bruce all of Apalachicola and tras. 606 Garrison. Phone 7-4211 \ /, CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Second District President installed Mr. and Mrs. Loon Zazenko of Tal- for appointment. tfc-6-2 u
the slate of new officers. lahas-see. FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser S "We Believe In *the Church -- 11:00 A.M.
Officers installed were Mrs. Joan with 65 lip motor. Sleeps two, YOUTH FELLOWSHIP _....----_ 7:00 P.M.
Moore, president; Mrs. Anne Hart, Visits. Friends Gibson or call BAll 7-5771.
fLrevice resident Mrs. Flara- head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy "The Journey of Life" 8:00 P.M.
.t, .11 ; l- o FOR SALE: Lots in Wh ite ,nt, Clt in Pray erer Service, Wednesday --. 8:00 P.M.


Mrs. Frances Henley, secretary;
Mrs. Elis Rogers, treasurer; Mrs.
Ellen Kirkland, chaplain; Mrs.
Katherine Harris, historian and
Mrs. Myrtle Farmer, sergeeant-at-
arms.
Second District Commander J. L.
Mayton .of Carrabelle installed the
post officers.
Officers installed were: Com-
mander, Albert Thames; first vice
commander, F. E. Trammell. sec-
ond vice commander, Pete Comfor-
ter; finance officer, Joe Grimsley;
seigeant-at-arms, Leonard Belin;
adjutant, R. F. Maxwell; historian,
Will Ramsey; service officer, Em-
,mette Daniell; chaplain, Rev. Al-


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.At the Bus Station .,

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


BEST VALUES! BEST TRADES BEST SAVINGS! On the world's most popular carsI


ST. JOE MOTOR CO.


spijoli 'oor IS :WOd


former resident of Port S,. '. c Hi. ..s.. t
was visiting friends here last weak. beac.i property. Phone GL 9-2208.1
She returned home Saturday ac- Earl Herndon, Butler. Ala. 8tp-5-26
companies by her neice. Miss on HELPWANTED Opportunityor
na Harris, who was visiting her person who qualifies to show and
grandmother, Mrs. W. C. Prixdgeo-i. model 'arah Coventry Jewelry as
-advertised on Queen for A Day TV
show. No investment, delivery or
S, ., electing. Write 109 N. Church
V t. a ,. ,. A yreAo.. Panama City, Fl'a. 3.tc-6-9
?- --- ~ ~ F m trI-r Ai EY ^T./iin Col~nn~v,


LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let men
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service SLation., Aubrey ItR. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.


FOR RENT: Gulf Service Station.
Apply at St. Joe Motor Co. Port
St. Joe, Fla. tfc-4-14
FOR RENT: Water front furnished
cottage. St. Joe Beach. Reason-
able rates by month. Call 7-7461 or
see Ted Frary. 2tc-6-2
FOR RENT: House at 206 6th St.
Conatct Mrs. Nick Comforter.
Phone 7-7511. tfc-6-2
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished a p a r t-
ments. Cool in summer, warm in
winter. Gas; heat, window fans.
They have t& be seen to be appre-
ciated. Also nice Trailer parking
ctace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi-
mico Lodge Apar'iments and Trail-
er Park, White City. tfc-6-2
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
2 bedroom. Couple only. 1015
Monument Ave. Phone 7-7396. B. C.
Gaillard. tfc-6-9
FOR RENT: 2 story house with
2 bedrooms. At 1508 Long Ave.
Phone b-1301, Mira. tifc
FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished
apartment. Available after June


and floor polishers. Sales and
service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Mc-
Clellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone
7 3781. tfc-6-9
V ANTED: Man for profitable Raw-
leigh business. Products well
known in Gulf County. Real oppor-
tunity. See or write Walter Carter,
P. 0. Box 420, Griffina, Ga., or write
Rawleigh's, Dep t. FAF-100-119,
Memphis, Tenn. Stp-6-23
WANTED: Waitresses, full or part
time. Also dishwashers, full or
part time. Catalina Restaurant, call
648-4122. tfc-6-9
FOR YOUR WATKINS Products
- needs call 9-1195 or write W. L.
Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe.
tfc-5-26
HOUSE PLANS and remodeling
plans, designed and drawn. Plans
drawn to FHA, VA or your speci-
fications. See Bill Waterhouse,
1206 Long Ave. 8tc-5-19
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Thursday nights
8:00 p.m., American Legion Home.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 7:30 p.m in American
,egion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
SNoble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon


25. rPhone 7-5771. tU-6-23 Secretar
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment. $45.00 per month, wa-
ter furnished, Inquire at 1904 Gar-
rison Ave., or call 7-8642. Itc-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished New
house at St. Joe Beach. I. W. Du- With
ren, phone 7-3171. tfc-6-23 Full
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 21 bed- $1500
room house. Screen front porch. Here's
Water furnished. $35.00 per me. many cu
Available .this week end. Phone perfect
7-3023. tfc-6-23' couple.
See the
FOR RENT: Extra large four room Dr. in
apartment. Private. Good neigh- next do
'borhood. Call 7-4481. 2to Ph
FOR SALE: Big saving in 1959 17
ft. Aristocraft Funliner. All fiber-
glass boat with hard top. 35 hp. .
Johnson elec. Trailer. Tyndall AT
6-8255. ltp
STORE FOR SALE: Living apart-
ment in back. Adams Grocery, 6th
St., Highland View. 2tp
FOR SALE: Up to 50 laying hens.
$1.00 each. Call 7-3983. tce
FOR SALE: Corner lot on Second
Ave., Oak Grove. Deep well and,
cesspool on property. Contact Bill
Walters, Wewahitchka, NEwton
9-4124. 2tp
FOR SALE: House, 1604 Long Ave.
$3500. $350. down, $41.00 me. W.
0. Anderson. tfc-6-23
JUST VACATED at St. Joe Beach,
2 bedroom house, furnished. $75.
month. Also 3 bderoom furnished
house. Has auto. washing machine.
$100. mo. J. D. Clark, phone 7-4156. '
FOR SALE: Two and three bed- ;
room house at Mexico Beach.
Call 9-1113. tfc-3-31
FOR SALE: Three bedroom, ma-
sonry home, hardwood floors, me-
tal awnings, breezeway, fuel oil
space heater, closed carport, extra
large lot, landscaped. Financing
can be arranged. C. L. Parker, 905
Garrison Ave., Port St. Joe, P. 0.
Box 846. 6tc-5-19
FOR SALE
320 acres of woodland. 4 miles
South of Wewahitchka. Planted
with pines, 3 years old. Priced for
good investment.
-3 acres of waterfront property
located on Creek that flows into
Intracoastal Canal at Overstreet.
Ideal for fish camp or retirement
home. I
-10 lots at St. Joe Beach in one i
block. Priced for good investment. |
-Nice home located on Hunter d
Circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, deep'
well pump, situated on 2 lots. 61i,
years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal-
ance on VA mortgage at $57.00
per month.
-Only one new home left on Cyp- o
ress Ave. for sale to veteran that.
can qualify for VA loan. Located
in Port St. Joe's most up-to-date 2
subdivision.,
-Nice 3 bedroom home located at
208 10th St. Recently repainted in-
sile. Priced for quick sale.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. 1320
McClellan Ave. Pay owners equity.
Priced for quick sale.
THE PRIDGEON AGENCY
301 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe .g"


y: Theo Bishop


OR SALE
2-bedroom House
one and a half baths
Price, $9875.00
down $75 month
a modern home with
custom built extras. Just
for small family or
Ideal location.
Pink House on Raohel
Mexico Beach. Owner
or.
one 648-3205


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DRY CLEANED FREE
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An Open Letter To Our Customers


Due to conditions beyond our control, we will close our store
on or before July 31, 1960. We wish to take this means to express
our sincere appreciation for your patronage and support.

In the next few days we will advertise our stock at drastically
cut prices. Of course, all sales will be for cash and final.

We invite you to come in and look over our stock, and if you
find anything you like, write the amount you would pay for it., the
name and number of the item. Sign your name and telephone num-
ber. If we can accept your offer we will notify you in advance of
our sale. -" A



To Our Credit Customers


Provisions will be made for you to continue to pay on your
accounts, and you will be notified of these provisions. We take this
means to notify those that might have past due payments, that we
will be unable to permit your account to become any further past
due. We feel sure that each of you will help us, by keeping your
payments up to date. ,.

Again we express our thanks for your patronage and coop-
eration.

Respectfully



MODERN FURNITURE Co.


Mr. and Mrs. Durel Brigman


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Highland View
By HAZEL CREAMER
Phone 7-4976
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Ayers were
called last week to Scottsboro, Ala.,
due to the illness of his brother,
Troy Ayers.
Mrs. Eugene Suggs and boys of
Panama City visited Sunday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Giiffin.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sowell and
son Dewayne of Tyndall Air Force
Base visited with Mr. and Mrs. Gor-
don Adams and family last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Daugherty of
Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Cannington of Blountstown visited
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. V. Cannington.


- Usb Ir C ~ ~Isr I


The Boss Is


Gone To The


WHILE OUR BOSS IS GONE TO THE AMERICAN FURNITURE MART IN CHICAGO, IT IS OUR JOB TO MAKE
ROOM FOR NEW MERCHANDISE. WE HATE TO MOVE IT SO WE ARE PRICING IT AT "MOVING
PRICES" FOR YOUR BENEFIT AND OURS -- SALE STARTS TODAY AT 4:00 P.M. AND LASTS TILL THE
BOSS GETS BACK.


* Savings On Living

Room Furniture

4-Platform Rockers $15.95
New-Reg. $24.95
2-Large Sofas $169.95
New-Reg. $249.95-100 inches long. Rubber cushions,
'tufted backs.
1-Simmons Sofa --------$139.95
New-Reg. $179.95-Makes single bed. Trend line.
1-Simmons Hide-A-Bed -- $199.95
New-Rge. $259.95-Brown cover.
1-Kroehler Sectional Sofa __- $169.95
New-Reg. $239.95-Rose beige. Rubber cushion.
2-2-Pc. Sofa Bed Suites ----$89.95
New-Reg. $109.95.
1-2-Pc. Sofa Bed Suite --- $149.95
New-Reg. $239.95-Sofa sleeps 2. Maple.
Early American cover. Platform rocker.
1-Studio Divan ---------__ $69.95
New-Reg. $89.95-Converts to double bed or two cots.
1-2-Pc. Kroehler Suite ---- $159.95
Reg. $229.95-Slightly used. Green, rubber cushions.
Like new.
2-Sofa Beds -----------_ $59.95
Reg. $79.50-Plastic arms.
K~ -

* Odds and Ends

1-Bookcase ----------- $17.95
Used-36 inch Mahogany.
1-Zenith Record Player -- $69.00
Used-Rebuilt automatic Zenith. Reg. $139.00.
1-Portable TV __--------- $79.95
14" Screen demonstrator. Westinghouse.
2-Crib and Mattress ------$29.95
New-Reg. $39.95-Thayer white or natural
1-Used Chifforobe -------$19.95
1-Large Kitchen Cabinet ---- $44.95
Used-Like new.


* Appliances
1-Laundromat $149.95
Reg. $219.95-Used slightly. Westinghouse.
I-Laundromat -------- $139.95
Used-Reg. $319.95-Westinghouse.
1-Refrigerator --------- $59.95
Used-6 ft. new paint. Westinghouse
1-Westinghouse Washer $49.95
Used-Portable automatic.
1-13-Ft. Refrigerator -----$359.95
Reg. $469.95-New guarantee, 2-door Westinghouse
demonstrator, with trade.-Like new.
1-Westinghouse Range ----. $169.95
Slightly used-Reg. $369.95-New guarantee.


Low Cost Financing On

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* Bedroom Bargains

I-Twin Bed Suite $139.95
New-Reg. $179.00-Knotty pine. Includes two beds,
dresser -and chest.
1-4-Pc. Bedroom Suites --- $89.95
New-Reg. $109.95.
1 -Maple Chest on Chest -- $49.00
New-Rge. $89.00-Williams.
1-Lane Cedar Chest -------$59.95
New-Reg. $89.95.
2-Lane Chests ----------$24.95
New-Reg. $39.95.
2-Hollywood Beds -------$59.95
Aeg. $79.95-Single size. Includes Box Springs,
Innerspring Mattress, Headboard and Legs.
1-Hollywood Bed -------$19.95
Used.
1-Used Rollaway Bed -- $14.95
Single size.
1-8-Pc. Ensemble ---$149.95
Reg. $199.95-Includes: Dresser, Mirror, Chest, Bar
Bed, Box Spring, Innerspring Mattresses and 2
fluffy pillows.
2-4-Pc. Bedroom Suites --- $119.95
Reg. $169.50-1 blonde, 1 walnut.


* Dining Dazzlers

1-8-Pc. Dining Suite --- $89.95
New-Reg. $179.95-Blonde, Table with extension
leaf. 6 chairs and buffet.
1-Drop Leaf Table -------$59.95
New-Reg. $119.95-Mahogany.
1-Table and 6 Chairs -- $189.95
New-Reg. $269.00-Walnut. Kroehler.
2-5-Pc. Daystrom Sets -- $119.00
New-Reg. $139.95-Decorator colors.
2-5-Pc. Plastic Top Dinette $39.00
New-Reg. $49.95.
1-5-Pc. Daystrom Dinette --- $79.95
New-Reg. $119.95-Plastic top (shop worn).
1-7-Pc. Dinette ---------$39.95
Used-Reg. $69.50.


* Early Bird Specials

LOOK AT THESE!
FIRST COME FIRST SERVED
Quantities Are Limited -

25' Garden Hose ----------- $1.00
With nozzle ,U aAN
20 X 26 Oilette Picture ------$1.00
In attractive wood frame.
5 Cell Flashlight --- $1.00
Complete with batteries
Refrigerator Sets ------- $1.00
Plastic.
Large Trash Can ---------- $1.00
Reg. $1.95.


'r. and Mrs, BUck Brown spbiiL BRIDAL SHOWER .field, Miss Linda Alfonso, Mrs. Leo
the week end in Westville with Mr,. Douglas Gilley, fornl4rly Kennedy, Mrs. Calvin Littles, Mrs.
their parents. Helen Richards was honored with Jesse Hallman, Miss Belba Watts,
Ben Kelly and daughter of Do- a calling bridal shower at 7:00 to Mrs. Hubert Cumbie, Mrs. J. D.1
than, Ala., visited their mother and 10:00 in the home of Mrs. C. L. Co- Clark, Miss Nellie Clark, Mrs. Ar-
brother, Mrs. Lillie Grantham and ker. The honoree was presented chief Floyd, Mrs. Clayton Coker,
Mr. and Mrs. Doss Kelley. with -a lovely corsage, a gift from M:ss Jeanie Coker, Miss Jo Ann
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Batson and the hostesses, Mrs. C. L. Coker, Coker, Mrs. George Skipper, Mrs.
daughter Debbie left for Atlanta, Mrs. Archie Floyd, Miss Geanie Co- A. D. Roberts, Mrs. Rudy Richards,
Ga. Debbie is undergoing treatment ker and Mrs. A. D. Roberts. The Miss Louise Richter, Miss Laney
in the Atlanta hospital. Her many table was beautifully arranged with Branch, Mrs. Ralph Branch and
friends wish her a speedy recovery, the punch bowl centered and sur- Mrs. Ted Richards. Those sending
Katie Rhames is visiting in Albu- rounded by lace fern and pink aza- gifts but unable ot attend: Mrs.
querque, New Mexico with her bro- leas on a white lace tablecloth. Re- Stella Hewett, Mrs. Carol Levens,
other and family. Ifreshments of punch, potato chips Mrs. Donald Levens, Miss Kay
Clinton C a visitor at the and cookies were served. Mrs. Gil- Creech, Mrs. H. W. Branch, Miss
WesClintonida Baptist Assembly ley received many useful and Hazel Creamer, Mrs. W. V. Burke,
West Florida Baptist Assembly lovely gifts. Those present were: Miss Glenda Burk,e Mrs. Archie
Grounds Thursday. Mrs. Olen Roney, Mrs. Ralph Ma- Richter, Mrs. Bob McKiernan, Mrs.
family of Eglin Air Force Base vi- comber, Mrs. Luther Christmas, Clinton Peterson, Mrs. Blake Thom-
iamted their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Freddie Branch, Miss Linda lason, Mrs. W. C. Forehand, Mrs.
Pierce, Mrs. Juanita Powell, Mrs. W. W. Garrett, Mrs. P. T. McCor-
Ike Watson Tuesday. -Ted Whitfield, Miss Barbara Whit- mick, Mrs. Pat McCormick, Mrs.
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of town: Mrs. Heinz R. Richards,
P.ev. and Mrs. R. B. Flood, Mrs.
Clois Lewis, Mrs. Anders, Mrs. Sal-
ly Gilley, Mrs. Frazier Pippin, Mrs.
Claude Holloway, Mrs. Brady Fil-
lingim, Mrs. R. N. Lynn and Miss
Johnell Hawkins.
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Circle 4 Meets

With Mrs. Ayers

Circle Four of the First Baptist!
Church met with Mrs. H. F. Ayers
Monday at 3:00 p.m. with five
members present.
The devotional was brought by
the program chairman, Mrs. Milton
Chafin. Scripture was taken from
Psalms 37:23. The topic of the de-
votion was, "The Steps of A Good
Man". Mrs. C. A. McClellan led in
a prayer.
The program, entitled "Educating
Youth In Missions", waa taken
from the Royal Service magazine.
Appearing on the program were:
Mrs. Milton Chafin, Mrs. Ruth
Keels, Mrs. C. A. McClellan, Mrs.
H. F. Ayres and Mrs. W. I. Carden.
Good reports from committees
were given in the business session.
Mrs. Chafin closed the meeting
with prayer.
The hostess served delicious re-
ireshments to those present.

CARD OF THANKS


I would like to express my heart-
fe-lt thanks to Doctors Wayne and
Joe Hendrix and to the nurses at
the hospital for their wonderful
care during my stay at the hospi
tal. Also to my many friends for
flowers, cards and acts of kindness
I will ever be grateful. May God
bless each .of you.
MRS. EMORY STEPHENS
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Advertising Doesn't Cost It PAYS


rival, action or suppressing the fire
was put forth and the fire was soon
brought under control.
Just as .this fire was suppressed,
a call was received, calling the
Overstreet area where another fire
1had sprang up.
Landowner crews answered .the
call immediately to assist forest
crews. Half of 'the forest service
crew was off duty. H. R. Maige an.d
the St. Joe Paper Company Wood-
land forest crew rushed to the aid
of the fire fighters.
An immediate call went ,out sum-
moning all the forest crew back
,to duty.
In the late afternoon crews began
to arrive from neighboring coun-
ties to fight the blaze. About first
dark the fire came out of the sky
and began to burn -on the ground.
By midnight its head was brought
under control. The sides and back
end of the fire was brought under


Attends Convention
Mrs. Bill Walters represented
the local chapter of the Business
'and Professional WTomen of Port
St. Joe at the annual convention
held at the Everglades Hotel in Mi-
ami last week.
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Visiting Parents
Captain and Mrs. Jack Watts of
Charleston, S. C., are visiting this
week with Mrs. Watts' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Porter.
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Winnie Oakes, Miss Reva Oakes, TH-S STAR. Port SI. Jod Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1960
Rev. and Mrs. A. R. Price, Mrs. Joe
Fortner, Mrs. Eula Rogers, Mrs. Fire Causes Gulf Forest control about noon Saturday. Late
Lula Beard, Mrs. Annie William- s Much Damage Saturday afternoon the fire appear-
son, Mrs. W. H. Weeks, Miss Billie ndsaged to be under control and crews
Jean Snellgrove, Mrs. Clayton As- were released. A standby crew was
belle, Miss Dot Asbelle, Miss Loyce On June 10, at 12:58 county for-1put on the fire until late Sunday
Asbelle, Mrs. W. L. Richter, Mrs. est fire crews received a fire call afternoon when the fire was fin6Aly
Katherine Ivey, Mrs. Merle Garrett, taing them to Dalkeith.Ran reported "Signal Six"-out and'
Ms. Eminett DuBose, Mrs Fannie Milton Strength answered the call. reported "Signal Six"-out and
Mis. Emmett DuBose, Mrs. Fannie safe.
McMillan and Miss Carol Jean Ot arrival he called for a According to Ranger H. A. Hardy
nad plow. At the tione, county Ran-
Miles. Out of town guests were: ad plow. At theme, county this fire 'burned over 3,485 acres.
Mrs. Bernice Waters, Mrs. Wade ed operator on duty. He and tre as- Approximately 1.200 of these acres
Motley, Miss Margaret Richards, distant ranger answered the call, did not burn due to the terrain of
Mrs. Ray Trawick, Mrs. B. J. Gil- coming to Strength's aid. Upon ar- the area, but 2,285 acres .of wood-
Icy. Those sending gifts from out .- -, f. lands were destroyed.


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