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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: August 4, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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THE STAR


MONEY TALKS-Lei's keeF
it where we can speak With It
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your home town merchantal'


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-THIRD YEAR PORT ST JOE FLO I A ...u.......as, ..no.... ...


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THURISDJAY, 'UGUST 4,1960


Relocation of Sewer Line Is Necessary




Plans Made for Streets Being Paved


Several minor items of ,business and, Fifth Streets. Swings and oth-
were taken up .in the regular meet- er children's rides have been. nstal-
iing of the Ci'ty Commission Tues- *led, fill 'work Is going on land the
day eight tennis courts ha'ee been put in ,lay-
ORDINANCE PASSED ing condition. Water has been run
Ordinance Number 182X was read tbo the Park area.
for the final time 'amd 'adopted Tues- ROAD TALK


day nighth. This ordinance requires
the iencing of swimming pools or
.fish ponds, in the City limits.
The ordinance calls for the fenc-
ing of any permanent pool 18 inch-
es- deep or more. It provides for a.
.ene6 of sat least 42 dnihes high.
,Plastic -wading pools of a tempo-
rary nature are exempt from the
ordinance.
PARK IMPROVEMENTS
The Commission ifalked or a
-while about .te park improvement
now beling Imtade at ithe Oity Park
on the corner of Monumnet Avenu'e


The Commission discussed the
street paving which will begin in
Port St. Joe soon under the County
Secondary Road Fund Bond Issue.
Most of the problems from the
future paving were in the Fi.rsc
.Street 'area. -
One problem was that a corner of
Mrs. H. E. Rich's home was ov-
+r the Street right-of-way -line. Ma-
yor Sharit said thalt he 'had discus-
sed the matter with t.heo contractor,
George G. Tapiper and 'reported th'tt
Tapper will work around the home
'without distuTbing it.


The ,most 'pressing problem for
,the City in- this project ,is a .sewer
line. One of the City's main .sewer
lines runs down th.e ,middle of the
street right 'otf way. One stretch of
about 500 feet lies in much that
must be excavated for the road beid.
The muck must 'be .excavated for a
dIepth of 10 feet, which is consider-
ably bellow the sewer Hine. This will
necessitate moving the line.
Mayor Sharit has made an agree-
ment with .the contractor, Tapper


rupited sewer 'seriv'ie and saving -the
City the expense of digging and
covering ,& dith for 'the new sewer
line.
The Co.mmiss.ion .also 'o.greed 'to
'put in iewerlaxteralls 'on ,all streets
,to ibe paved .^0 all exiE.ting lots -be-
fore new pa-ring is .pu.t duwn This
will 'eliminate the node .for 'tearing
up :the 'street ,at a ftui-ure d'a'te to
put in a sewer Lateral.
SMITH REQUESTS
Cnn.,mis s.ioner John Robert S'mi-Lh


for Tapper to excavate on.e 'side of asked that tie Conunission look
the street 'and 'then fill to ,Ihe level into 'the matter o'f *barring 'trucks'


of the sewer line. The City will
then go. in and construct .a new
seotiOn of line ,on tbhe filled area
and tie into the existing line. The
contractor will then, d0o his i exca-
vating ,on, the -remaining half of
the street,. thus assuring unint'er-


LIFESAVING CLASS-Rev. Harry Babbitt, Red. Cro;s Lifea.vi'lr.g Instructor, left, in.-tru,c-ti. cliss or li)
boys on the proper way to -tow a drowning person through the waiter. The pupils, left to right, are David
Babbitt, Bob Munn (demonstrating the hold) Chesley Fensom victimim, David, Nance, Lairy Davis,
Tony M7aige, Wayne .Stephens and, Jay Drew. (Star photo)


Class of 10 Completing Red Cross

Training Course In Life Saving


State-Auditor


Criticizes Gulf


Office Holders


State Auditor Bryan Willis this
"week was critical lot income 'and
expense reports filed f oir the past
two -years by Gulf. County Tax As-
sessor Samuel Patrick.
Willis, in an, aidit or the period
July 1, 1958, (to May 31, 1960, said,
".annual reports of income and 'ex-
penses were incorrect." He also
noted &ha&t excess income was not
paid, when it was due-'
"Oassh liabilities exceeded cash
resources by $77 'at March, 31, 1960"
Willis reported. He said it was
,oansed by withdrawals of compen-
sation in excess of amounts due.
Willis also reported rerors in in-
come and 'expense reports of Ooun-
ty Judge Sam Husband. He said
failure to keep a balanced cash
book was responsible tor the
errors.
The report said the judge install-
ed 'a cash book at the end of the
audit period.
In an aufit of the office of Sheriff
Byrd Parker, Willis. sad the sheriff
continuedd 'the practice of extend-
ing 'credit tto individuals for civil
fees." He said' the fees, amounting
,to $40, were collected and remitted
after the audit, period closed.
Good reports wree listed tor Oir-
cuit Court Clerk George Core 'and
Tax Collector Harland Pridgeon.
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Visiting Parkers
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Smith ,and
Mrs. William Tucker and sons,
Bobby and Billy of Baltimore, Md.,
are visiting Mr. 'and Mrs. M. L. Par-
ker. Mr..Smith and Mrs. Tucker are
Mrs. Parker'as brotherr and sister.


Ten local high school 'boys are
now in the last stages of a Red
Cross Lifesaving .Cousre being
taught iby Rev. Harry L. Babbitt.
The course -is sponsored, by the
Gulf County Ohapter, American
Red Cross, under the 'program set
north by ithe .National Chapter. ,
Thie boys are being taught var-
-ious 'swimming strokes, methods of
iendurance, methods of artificial
respiration, including .mouth to
nrou'th, how to undress. in the wa-
ter and- how to rescue a drowning
person. The course is 16 hours of
iclasswork and practice.
Immediately upon: the cmple-
'iton otf the senior course,,a j'niu.r
lifesaving course will begin which
will 'be taught 'by the senior lie
savers and the Rev. Harry Babbitt.
This course will be offered, to any-
,one interested and, will' ready the
pupils to take the senior lifesaving
course. This class will ,be able to
accommodate 20 to 30 members.
Rev. RBabitt plans 'to begin an
elementary swimming instruction
c elass towardithe last of August. He
' says the course can "be completed
,by 'the last of September 'by work-
ing on week ends so as not to ,in-
,terfere with school work. Babbitt
plans to have his 'graduated life-
1 -savers as Instructors In this course.

Rebekah Picnic Set

The District Picnic will hbe held
on Thursday evening, August 4,
1960, at 6:00 o'clock central stan-
d'and time (in Carl Gray Park, St.
Andrews. Please remind other
members and don't forget to bring
your families. Members of the Mel-
ody Theta Rho Girl's Cluib No. 10
and Samaritan. Lodge, No. 40 are
also invited to attend this picnic.
Please take your picnic 'basket.

Georgia Visitor
Vicki Vanl'andingham of Thomas-


vinle, Ga., is vWsiing Sonia Cooper,
daughter of Mr. and Mrsa. IVy ,oo-
Send The STAR To A Friend er, this week.


Football Players To

Undergo Physicals

All candidates for the Port St.
Joe High School football team
will report for .a physical exam-
ination on Monday, August 8 at
the County Haelth Clinic, accord-
ing to Coach Marion Craig. The
examinations will start at 9:00
a.m.
Only those 'players in grades
nine through 12 are to report for
their physical at this time.
Pre-school practice will begin
on August 15. All players must
have a physical examination be-
fore beginning practice.
Dr. H. I. Langston, Gulf Coun-
ty Tealth Officer, will give ti
examinations. No fee will be,
charged for these services.


Legion 'Auxiliary

Sponsoring Girls Group

Mrs. Ellen Kirkland. Community
Service Chairman of the Americ'ah
Legion Auxiliary, Post 116, announ-
ces, project 'number one for the
comm-unilty of P'ort St. Joe. as a
Junior Girl's Youth Activity Group
for 'girls 'ages ,four through 17
years. This group in some ways will
be coordinated in 'the same 'activi-
Iti'es :of Junior Girls',Americian Le-
gion Auxiliary, such 'as baton twirl-
ing, drill, craft-work for hospitals
'and social affairs.
Junior Girls Auxiliary age re-
quirements pare trhe same as for
Auxiliary members--aither or bro-
'ther must be a member 'of the Le-
g,ion or -eligible. As plans for im-
mediate Worganizatio.n of 'these
groups must ibe .completed, further
registration ifor these members will
be held on Saturday, August 6 at
-2.: 00 p.m. at the Legion Hall. Pros-
pective members may contact 'Peg-
;gy Henley, Junior Auxiliary Mem-
iber or Mrs. Moore at 509 8th St.,
at any time..


from using G'arrl.so.n Avenue as .tih'e
street wasn't bmuill for .truck 'traf-
tic and& there were a number of
children in th-e acirea.
Smith 'was appointed 'by the Ma-
yor ito 'take this *matter ,up w.i.h
the State Road,, Department..


Work To Start


On Industrial


Road August 13

Work on the 'extension of Staite
Road S-382 near Port St. Joe oi
Gu'lf County is -expected to 'be start-
ed 'by August 13,'the State Road
Department announced'" this week.
Road S-382 is knotwn'-in' Port St.
Joe a's the "Industrial Road" and
'extends from ithe dead' end.of the
:Michigan Chemical Company road'
,to Highway 71 near .Whitte City.
The road run's parralei.toA.the.&Gqlf
County canal.
James E. Nelson, Jr.,- 6f Pensa-
cola, Road Board Member'-for Dis--
trict Three, said the $23-2,507 -pro-
ject will 'extend!om .a point 'one;"
half mii; nuorAill, Pot St. Joe and
intersect with SR 71.
The 2,853 mile project Includes
cleariing, grubbing, grading, stabib-
.izing 'and paving.
George G. Tapper Company, Inc.,
of 'Port St. Joe has been awarded
the contract 'and will have 240 days
'to .complete the project.


Rotarians Told of

Indian History

E. W. Clarno of Fort Walton
Beach 'presented an interesting pro-
gram to the Rotary Club last 'Thuirs-
day when he 'talked of ithe history
of Indian tribes in Northwest Flor-
ida from a period 'dating back to
15,000 years before Christ.
Clarno, an 'amateur anthropolo-
gist has relics dating back to more
than 5,000 years BC offering evi-
dence of the civilization the In-
dians 'had who lived in this area.
Clarno declared that the ancient
Indian, like the modern white man'
came to this area in the summer
time to enjoy the beaches, balmy
breezes land the 'shell fish eating.
Olarno broke the 'civilization eras
down to 'three definite phases in,
his talk. The first relics of civiliza-
tion 'have been carbon dated' 'back
to 15,000 BC. a'nd are composed of
weapons and tools'. He said the In-
,dians. didn't begin to make pottery
until around 5,000 BC. He said, that
apparently the Indians were rough
on dishes as 'diggings in this vicin-
ity have produced mound's of ibrok-
en 'pottery. He said a whole dish
has 'never ,been found. Just before
discarding a bowl 'the Indians would
knock a hole in the bottom so it
would not hold 'evil 'spirits and then
threw it 'away.
The Indians artistry was amaz-
ing, according to Clarno since the
Indian's waking hours -was absorb-
.ed in ithe never-ending hqnt for
food. Hunting the 'day's meal was
am every-day 'chore and, took most
of 'the Indian's time.
Cl'arno said this area was con-
sidered to 'be thickly populated at
the 'time. He said there were only
about 25,000 Indians in -all of Flor-
ida and most of *the ancient signs
have been found in Northwest
,Florida.
Clarno showed several specimens
'of the ancient Indian bowls that he
had found pieces to and put 'back
together. Some of the work was


---- very decorative and one water 'pit-
Tennessee Visitors oher was ingenious having a hood-
Mrs. Lydia Johnson of Memphis, ed spout and mad'de from a pourous
Tenn., is visiting with her sister, Irmaierial to keep the water cool.
Mrs. Chris- Martin on Marvin Ave.I Clarno said there-were six aites


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SCOUTS. ARRIVE, HOME-Boy Scouts from., Port St,. Joe and Wewahitohaka disembark from the Grey-
hound bus Monday might ,after .returinig home from the National Scout Jamboree, to Ibe greeted by
their families (Stair photo)


Scouts Return Home From



22-Day Trip To Jamboree


Trip Features

Sight-Seeing

Along Route

Scoutmaster John T., SimpsonI
and hMs 16 ldcal Boy Scouts retu'rn-
ed to Port St. Joe at 11:15, p.m..
Monday night after a 22 d;ay trip-
ihat 'took In -the Natlonal Boy
S'.o u,,t '- Ja inbbree -ait Colorado
Springs,. Colo.
_ Simipson Sa'id tha'w the Scouts 'bad
a ,safe' journey with no Jnjuries be-
tIg 'enttaunt'red. He said that the
local boys lhad the same 'bus driver
they hav6e had &F 'the laSe' tour
Jamborees. Their 'most .hazard.iOs--
time of ,the trip was leaving' the
Jamboree grounds on htietr trip
home. Simpson sadd that 156,000
boys piled out of the Jamboree
grounds' on the last day 'and as a
Resultt, fhe passes -ran bumperr to
'bumper for some 300 miles beforee
they began to separate.
Simpson said that Port St. Joe
had the largest number of boys to
attend the Jamboree from the Gulfc
Sandes' Distriot due to their early ap-
plicatiomn The local TroPp won] an,
award for being in the top ten best
performers *with a skit that thye
presented at the Jamboree.
On the trip to and from the Jam-
boree,. Simpson said the Scouts
spent $1,466.40 for tood and lodging
leaving 'a balance of $8.10 dn this
particular fund and spent $147.83
in 'sight seeing fees', leaving $27.17
in this fund. T.hs was all taken
care of in 'the Jamboree fee.
Highlights of their sightseeing
,itocluded the Alamo, C:arlsbad Cav-
erns, and a visit to Old Mexico
where they ate a Mexican meal.
The Scouts @ipent tour 'and a half
days at Phil mount Scout Ranch at
Cimarron, New Mexico where they
hiked up a 11,800 -foot mountain to
make camp. Tihe boys each carired
a 25 pound pack and all their camp
equipment 'up this hike punctuated,
accoandtg to Simipsion, wwith' tre-
quent rest- stoVp.
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Cooper Infant Is
Taken By Death

The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Eugene Cooper pass-ed
away Sunday night at the Munici-
pal Hospital.
Other tha n her parents, the baby
girl was survived bWy her grandmo-
ther, Mrs. Marjorie Shirah and her
grandfather, M. 0. Cooper.
Graveside ,services were held
Tuesday afternoon with interment
in Holly Hill Oemetery.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangement.

Visiting In Chicago
Theron Russ is spending two
weeks visiting his uncle, George
Taylor In' Ohicago, Ill.

in Gulf County. One at Indian Pass,
Gautler Hammock, Burgess Land-
ing, Isbell Landing, Chipola Out-off
and on the beach between Port St.
Joe andl Cape San BIas.


City Awarded Citation For No Traffic

Deaths In 1959 At Kiwdnis Meeting


, Florida Highway Patrol Safety
;Officer R. C. Doyle of 'iPanama City
presented the City of Port St. Joe
-With itig sixth successive award for:
no traffic fatalities at 'the Kiwanis
Club 'meeting Tuesday at noon.
Patroimsah, Doyle presented the
award -to Mayor J. L. Sharit and
Oh'ef -of PO:r-e H. W. Griffin for
anomIer year-of no tra.fl'ic deaths
in the City of Port St. Joe (it's
'sixth year.y "
.emphasizing the acLhie.--i-ent
of Port St. Joe, Doyle aai&d that
.every ten minutes in the U. S. two
are killed and 173 injured in traf-
fic accidents.
Doyle said itha't -one of the grow-
ing concerns of the Florida High-
way Patrol 'is the drinking 'driver.
He said that 'accidents involving
d-rinking drivers are on the increase
inT Florida. Doyle stressed that a
driver need 'not be drunk to b'e a
driving hazard.- He said that tests
by the Patrol have shown that 'six
beers or six 'ounces 'of whiskey will
-mnake 'th'e average man an unsafe
.driver. He declared that ,even less
than this' would, impair a man's re-
flexes. He declared that drinking
'in Florida was on the increase and
is definitely affecting 'the accident
rate.
Doyle 'said the number one cause
of traffic 'deaths in Florida is
speeding while the number one
cau-se of accidents is following too


closely.
John- Simpson also told of the.
Boy Scouts trip to 'the Jamiboree..
Guests -of the Club were O. M.
Taylor and. H' W. Griffin.


City Sets Tax

Equalization Meet

Henderson said this week that
the City Tax Assesment Roll for
the City of Port St. Joe will bel
submitted to the Tax Equalizing
Board for its approval on August
16 at the City Hall at 7:00 p.m.
Anyone desiring to have cor-
rections made in their tax assess-
mept, should do so at this meet-
ing. /

Orange Bowl Film,
To Be Shown Monday

Coach Marion Craig has in lha
possession a color il0mi of the 1960
Orange Bowl football ,game whlch
he will show 'at the High School
(auditorium Monday night, August
8 at 8; 00 p.m. There will he no
charge to see the film and every-
one is invited to attend.
The 'game was played January 1,
1960 between the .Universities of
Georgia and Missouri. Wayne Tay-
lor of Port St. Joe plays hi the
game with the Georgia team.


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FISHING EVIDENCE-MN1 T.,'r.; \1ira. tyjr-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Mira is almost crowded 'out of the picture by an'
eight-foot sailfish she caught recently at Stuart, Florida while on.
a vacation with her parents. She landed 'the fish in 27 minutes.


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THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1960


The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors



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Garrison at 20th
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor


Sunday School 10:00
Morning Worship 11:00
Evening Worship 7:45
Prayer Service (Thursday) --- --7:45


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PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday)

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TOO LATE TO
CLASSIFY
By RUSSELL KAY
Cleaning out an old desk drawer
recently I came across several cop-
ies of the LEESBURGER Issued in
1890 and 1891.
As I read those yellowed pages,
I tied to picture in ny mind, the
Leesburg of 70 years- ago. It was


i LETTERS TO ?

THE EDITOR
(The following letter was writ-
ten to R. H. Ellzey, president of
the Port St. Joe Little Boy's
Baseball organization and a copy
sent to The Star.)
Mr. R. H. Ellzey
Port St. Joe, Friomi
Dear Bob:
I wish to ,take this opportunity
to thank you again and to coni-
gratulate you in writing for a fine
District Tournament. The accom-
modations were good, the' offclat-
tog was excellent and the competi-
tion was purely terrific. What more
cc.u'ld one ask?
I am well aware of how much
time and effort is required to pro-
duce such a successful tournament
and I know that I speak for all of
the Highlands boys, coaches and
visitors when I express ancere ap-
preciation for a job well done.
Please convey or thanks, to all
of 'Port St. Joe tor their wonderful
hospitality and friendly competi-
tion. Since this was the inaugural
season ,for Highlands into. Little
Boys Baseball, the tournament was
tne culmination of a successful de-
but and its result exceeded our
highest expectations. The tourna-
ment was a wonderful display of
inter-communi'ty sporstman'ship and
competition and was certainly in
Sthe highest tradition' of Little Boys
Baseball.
Thank you again from Highlands
Little Boys League tor a very won-


a sort of private little world made Congressman -with' a slap now and
'up of friends and neighbors, mer- thne at President McKinley and
chants and tradesmen.; farmers and his Republicaan o orte.
growers who were concerned pri- While the virtues of temperance
marily with local affaIrs and ocal' were extolled in editorial columns,
people, advertisers admonished subscrib-
Interest centered In. tho number ers to remember them ,when in
of new citrus groves being planted, need of spirits and offered Belle
the price of fruit on the tree, a !of Lexington, 13 years old at $7 a


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gaflod; white corn at $2.50; and JitohnoO Af p6i-ii atfi '-00local ------
new corn at $2. .Tamatea R=m, $3 )Damley tore which o una ged by .
a allon; and Imported Gin at $2.50 Wayne Buttram. CLASSIFIED ADS
per gallon. Jug Trade given special h
attention. ro CHURCH SUNDAY Midget Invem Wih
Yes sir, them were the "good old C Giant Retums
days" No rockets, no income tax, Advertlsing doesn't oomet-t PAYI
no singing commercials, no Krush-


Arginige In town and the W gh eot
of ittl'Bs.
It seems 'that governmental .tter-
ference with private afairsr was
resented then just as now for the
outspoken editor, Mr. Jordan, had
this to 'say about 'the State Board
of Health:
"The Board of Health I's evi-
dently getting 'too big for its
breeches'. The members are a lot
of smart Aleeks who ought to
'be put to work oai the public
roadsa,-given something to do,-
so as to keep them from doing
any more tool things like this
'compulsory vaccination' b a si-
ness."
The masthead of the paper car-
ried, the names of state official's
then in office. Governor, F. P. FIt
Ig; Secretary of State, John L.
Crafword; Attorney General, W. B.
Lamar; Treasurer, F. J. Pons;
Comptroller, W. D. Bloxham; Supt.
of Public Instruction, A. J. Russell.
Most of the advertising was in
the torm of cards or want ads with
patent medicines predominating,
including such guaranteed cure-alls
as "Pennyroyal Pill's", "Brown's
Iron Bitters", "Parkers Gin Tonic",
"German Syrup" and, of course,
"Castoria" and "Lydia Pinkhams."
Few 'ad's listed' 'prices but those
which d1 showed, hat the dollar
went further in those days than it
does now. Motes Cash' Store adver-
tised America's finest corsets at
75c each. Outing shirts, 20c each.
Dress shirtss 35c. Suits, $8.00.
In the classified ads was the fol-
lowing: For rent, nice dwelling to
Leesbnurg $6 per month. Maude &
Neve's Lviery Stable offered some
real transportation bargains at
their 1890 version of our present
day used car lot: One Top Buggy,
$35; 3-Seater Platorm Spring
Hack, $35; Two Horse wagon with
wide tires, $40; an d lkem-ew Phae-
ton, $30.
There may have been something
going onin t other parts of the world
ibut 'evidently the editor didn't
'know 'about it or did not consider
it of autffclent Interest to clutter
uip I as paper.
Residents of Lees'burg in 'the gay
nineties bhad little interest in what
was, happening in Cuba, Russia, Ja-
pan or the Congo. Political interest
seemed to center around their lo-
cal officials, their Senator and


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Lewis Johnson, of Opp, Alabama,
president of the 12-store Danley
chain of south Alabama and north-
west Florida and his family left
New York this week for a round-
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: THe, A.TA Pr.St. Jo, FIb l THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1960



THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
BY The Star Publishing Company
WESALY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnlet, Reporter, Proof
Reader and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $175 THREE MONTHS $17.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 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.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


Let's Make Our First Impression Good

A book is known by its cover -- a man by his appear-
ance -- a politician by his handshake -- a dog by 'his bite --
a car by its shine -- a 'house by its new coat of paint.
First impressions and visible impressions mean an awful
lot to most people. The first glance of any object, person or
place usually forms a first opinion that is 'hard if not impossible
k to change.
We invite you to take a look at the first impression the
City of Port St. Joe has to offer for its .first-time visitors. Would
you call this the welcome into a growing industrial City in
the middle of Florida's fabulous "Big Bend"? Hardly.
People tell us that we never notice what is in our own
back yard. This editor didn't particularly notice these signs
welcoming strangers to our City until the day we returned from
vacation. We were glad to get back home. This enthusiasm
at getting back home caused us to notice the sign that officially
welcomed us to Port St. Joe. As the old fellow said, "our eyes
were opened". -i .. l .
Although it makes no difference which of the signs on
the three entrances to the City you examine, each is in a simi-
lar state of disrepair. This particular sign that we have pictured
is on the Wewahitchka Highway. This particular sign has been
shot full of holes, it is rusted and the paint is faded out.
Certainly we need to focus our attention on the weightier
problems in our City, but we should not, under any circum-
stances, forget to maintain the official welcome sign to the City
of Port St.- Joe. That first impression might decide a potential
citizen or customer to take his influence or business elsewhere.


A Note of Appreciation

The Star offers fifteen silent Rah's for-John T. Simpson.
(If you can imagine a silent Rahl)
A man who will, give up his vacation each and every year
and take on the responsibility of having anywhere from a dozen
to three dozen boys under his wing during this time when he'
ought to be relaxing, deserves more than a fair amount of praise
from his fellow townsmen.
His latest journey to Colorado Springs, Colo.,, taking 18
local boys on the Boy Scout National Jamboree is but an ex-
ample of the-time that he takes up with this group of boys. We
must remember that the time he takes up with them is his lei-
sure time -- time that most of us are loathe to give up for
anybody or any cause.
Were it not for this adult leader we hardly think that this
many boys from Port St. Joe would have had the opportunity
for the experience those Scouts had who went to the Jamboree.
It was John's interest in the boys that made him first to file
applications for local Scouts, making sure that all who wanted
could go. It was his planning and energy that did the many
details necessary for lining up the trip and making reservations
all along the line to see to the boys safety and comfort. It was
his sense of concern by the parents that prompted him to use
every opportunity to let the parents know every day that all the
boys were well, that they were having a good time and were
not homesick. The accomplishment of warding off homesick-
ness, was in our book the greatest.
It was a wonderful experience for the boys and it was
an unselfish sacrifice on the part of John T. Simpson to make
the opportunity available and we, personally, offer him our
thanks.
A good example of what we need in this town citi-
zens who do more and talk less.

Steadiness, the Best Course

During the depression there was a wry saying that "a
banker is a man who will lend you money if you can prove
you don't need it." The Federal Reserve Board has reduced
the margin requirements on stock from 90 per cent to 70 per
cent largely on the theory, apparently, that the credit privilege
thus permitted will not be too widely used.
Actually this is more sensible than sardonic. If the change
had been made six months or a year ago, it might have added
fuel to an improbably rising market especially in "glamour"
stocks. Now that the market has taken a more sedate, not to
say lackadaisical, pace the effect may be to lend a bit of useful
encouragement.
For some time it has been incongruous that a person
could buy anything from a house to a vacation trip for about
one tenth down but had to put nine tenths cash on the line to
hold shares in one of the nation's soundest corporations. Now,
however, the managers of the monetary system are said to be
more concerned about a possible deflationary tendency than
about the likelihood of further inflation.
This accords with the account of one business magazine
that. although consumer buying and the gross national product
continue relatively strong, businessmen have difficulty in feel-
ing completely confident as against sporadic predictions of a
- recession in 1961. One reason may be that the swings of econ-
omic activity now are less dramatic than in earlier postwar cy-
cles and it is hard to get used to the feel of merely gradual
growth.
Yet steadiness in the economic curve is preferable to


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Pictured above is one of tli:- igins tlat St. Joe. I ,is particular sign is snot lull of
serves to officially welcome people to Port holes, rusty and faded out. It is but a little
St. Joe. To say that it is in a bad state of thing that could be refurbished to greatly add
repair is deplorable. The sign is less than ade- to the favorable advertising of our city. Two
quate for a City of not near the size of Port other signs are just like this one. (4 photo)

NEWS FROM Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Bethum sand' Blakely, Ga., visited their aunt,
niece Annette ,of Orange, Texas ivs- 'Mrs. Hoke Glass sthi 'week.
Highland View ited Rev. land Mrs. J. J. Hill during Lloyd Pad'gett and Jay Laird of
By HAZEL CREAMR :the week. De Funiak Springs spent Friday
By HAZEL CREAMEMr. and Mrs. J. E. Patterson and with the C. C. Peterson family. ,
Pdhone74976 daughter .Patsy spent the week 'end Mrs. J. V. Canninagton visited. in
SMln tee Lee Westville with their mother and Tallahassee test week with her
JoMisda of Ne Orleand Steare spend- grandmother, Mrs. Henderson. Jdaughtre, Mrs. Joe Daugherty and
Jo of New Orleans are spend- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Poterson and family.
Erg the week with their grandpar- family spent the week end in De
ents, M:r. and Mrs.. W. H. Weeks. family spent the weekked iDe of Ral Kngt ll r
Mrs. Lucille Bray as d F'u'n'i'ak Springs with Mrs. Peter- Fies of Ralph Knight wil re
Mr iugelle Davenport Mof Brun- son's father. Jay Laird. great to learn of his accident. He
de Ala.visited Mrs. J. B. Al- iss Mary Cox 'is spending this is in the hospital in Montgomery,
lea and Mrs. W. B. Holland during week in Tallahassee visiting friend's Ala., saufering -with an eye injury
the week. and relative's. cau.s'ed y 'a ibb gun. We wish himn
e Mr. and Mrs. Shade Dykes of a speedy recovery.
Gene Cox apent, the week end Tampa visited with M andMrs Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dykes and
with his fni.ly returning to R. A. Lama ted wsth lweek. Lewis Dykesi and fam-ly of Deskin
Camp In Panamaa City Monday for visi Tee l etrneted the L. H. Kelley family this
a.week...-Miss Lucita Tee returnedd t Bir-,w..
a week. minigham Saturday after visiting week.
SIfrMr. and Mrs. Dalton Grace -and
Miss Darlene Keels of Panama Miss Mary Cox 'for several weeks.
City visited her mother and faim- W. C. Miles 'spent Wednesday ,
ily 'during the week end,. and Thursday at 'the Assem'bly of
Vernell Armstrong of St. An- Gold Camp Ground near Marianna.
I_- ....... f,1, T- 1_iamn .a .._____fh__r,.n


drew spent the' week end with ;ne was a delegate from the u a
Mr. 'and Mrs. Gordon Adams andI Grove Assembly.
iaanily. Johnnie adn Oscar E ians of

sharp ups and downs. The fact that the New York Herald Tri-
bune's index of general business activity has declined for four
straight weeks is rather disturbing. T'ms does not suggest that
bankers should make business loans which the borrowers might
later wish they had not been granted but it helps to explain a
greater recent willingness on the part of the "Fed" to put funds
at commercial banks' disposal for the use of business.
Christian Science Monitor


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family visited Ms. Grace parent ur
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Can'nington dur-
ing the week end.tion Meets
Mrs. Ruth Williams and' dagh- Assocition Meets
terms were shopping in Panama City
S-rd y The Franklin and Gulf Oouity
SSaturday.District Nurses Association met at.
the home ,of Mrs. E. C. Harden, Jr.,
SHOWER in Wewahitchia, Monday, August
The home of Mrs. George Ram- 2, 1960 'at 8:00 p.m. An outdoor !fsh
sey was the 'scene of a lovely stork fry and covered dish. supper was.
shower given in honor ,of Mrs. enjoyed. The supper was followed
Houston Ramsey Saturday, July 30 by 'the business meetJIg.
at 8:00 p.m. Hostesses were Mrs.
Eula Dean and Mrs. W. T. Brannon. Those attendng were: Mrs. El-
Several games were 'played and re- vester Wall, Mrs. Edwina, Ohaun-
freshments, were ,served. Many cey, Mis's Merodees Murphy, all of
lovely 'gifts were received. from tihe Apalaohicola, Mrs. Louise Beard,
following which attended: Mrs. Miss Minerva McLane, both of Port
Glenda Spiker, Mrs. Carlos Miles, St. Joe, Mrs. Ruth M.cClamma, Mrs.
Velma Pippin, Lola Mime, Mae Violla Walters, Mrs. Ruby Gilbert
Creamer, Agnes Ellis, Mrs. Wilson, 'and Mrs. Roiberta Harden all of
Betty Creamer, Sara Katherine WewaMtchka.
Brannon 'and Charlotte Wilson. It was ideci'd'ed' 'that the next
Out of town guests were Mrs. Rusby meeting will 'bee held 'at the Gorrle
Wester of Marianna, Mrs. J. D. Wayside Park in Apalachicola on
Howell, Apalachicola. Those send- Monday, September 12 at 8:00 p.m.
'ig gifts but unable ito 'attend
were: Timmy Lee Y'eager, Ruth Summers, Minnie Patterson, Mrs.
'Patterson, Gynelle Edenfield, Wil- Steve Daniel's, Frances Lovett, Mrs.
lodean Levall, Pat Simpson, Lillian Ed Woods, Inez. GlaIs, Laverne
Can'Angton, Mrs. Corbn', Mr.s. Glass and Marie Wynn.


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Miss Betty Marie Butts Becomes Bride w ite orc n. e a wiite Eatt
I *Ilace covered Bi3ble with streamers,
Of Gary Douglas Storm Saturday satin ri5o l *ti d.it lovers
y ~ knots, pearl and ly of t the valley.
Mine Betty Marie Butts became The Tbride, who was given in m ar r only accessory was a single
the bride of Gary Dounglas Storm image by her mother, was gowned
in n. a impressive ,double ring cere- in a white Fren cb hantilly tria-ngui -A.a
money perormTed by Rev. Charles Jar 'lase over a skirt of 'illowy
H. Harthern in the Oak Grove -A,,- trimmed in triangulas chantilly
sembly of God Church at 7:30 p mi lace back and front, with Lace but- AS A TEENA.GE GUY
Saturday, tons in front and on long fitted double-header! It ta
The bride is the daughter of Mr. sleeves tapered to a pot at nourishment need for
an. Mr.P Henry A. Butts of tas wrist. Her finger tip veil of ill urishnen need for
city, and the bridegroom is the son alon was attached to a dainty seed -
of Mr. and Mrs. .L. W. Storm of pearl headviece. She carried c Q .
Lewiston, cdaho. cade ouret of satin leaves, lilies


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that are now -.I-;iI,',l For a small, small sum,
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strand of pearls, pink carnations tied with pink i a- THE STAR, Port St Jog, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1960
The ma.d o f i hor, t Mess lbati on a streamer Her ony"
Butets, sister ot the bride, wore a nocessory was a s agle atrand o l1ive at 221 lth St,
atreet length dress *- ant goen pear.Ls, a gift f=om the 'bride. n-- and Mrs. Charles. Vinoeat r ,n, d rs ert Lawrecea
ba-tiste, .-.'.. ina drapig reck- Sierving as ri desmaids -ereb unJr. are prrrd to ^an- Ncnohoe th ert, of a
line with ful sweepagI skirts, She iss Trem OCampbell and M rs, uc the Mrth of taeier first c hild. ae y 31
"'. "I B V :, : Waadn e ea^ r r o n JsU B C il l R'on 'nte Jo r D eCCre ___e.( _
carried a tan of ptiik nalon net acid A'eCS Jean Ma-nta. Their dresses a son. Charles "ient. J, bn
and bouquets were identical to that on JIly :-1 Mr. and Mrs Kilbourn during flnvmt oCt RAY
of the maiM of honor, They also B i l.-.-
wore a single strand & peasi. gifts
thle 'bride. Te flower girl
.1 know milk's am rthia anet Bats, sister of te
eS t.-errfc has the .: also a minat green b e'ste, i
s w 2p Ienersgy!" ad ,w'earig a .gste s'tran of
tal. stg a ne a Blant to Ar Stage of Completion
-- near's carried a askct oBuit Any on
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.ri-'cotea -o "a tticenies aWr ALL YOU NEED IS YOUR DEED!
1 '~rm E J- Yeager, naepher of te brd, F
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..,e rons wit two god -'wed-
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12 Oz. Pkg. U.S. Good


39c

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T-BONE


U. S. Good


69c SIRLOIN 7!


LB.

39c


First Cut

Pork Chops


NHITE TULIP


COCK 0 WALK -- NO. 2V CAN

PEACH HALVES--29c


SPICED PEACHES S 29c


PEAR HALVES


. 39c


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Fresh Green LB.

CABBAGE

Fresh Tender

OKRA

Sweet Bell EA.

Pepper

Sunkist


Lemons

13 Oz. Loaf Limit 2 Loaves


Bread


5c

LB.

100


5c

EA.


2c


lOc


2 5-LB. BOXES


FLOUR
FLA. GRADE 'A' SMALL 3 DOZ.

E GEGS
SOUTHERN CHOICE -- V2 GAL. 3 FOR

ORANGE INK
25 OZ. ICED TEA 6 FOR

GLASSES
KING PHARR -- NO. 303 10 FOR
TURNIPS, COLLARDS, MUSTARD,
Pork and Beans, Spaghetti, Mix 'em up!


PLYMOUTH, NO. 10 -- With $7.00 Order
COOKING OIL
MAYFIELD -- NO. 303 4 FO
CREAMED CORN

GROUND (Limit 3 Lb.) 3 LBS


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1960


Be Sure Social Security Numbers Are
Correct When Remitting Credits
Incorrectly reported names and Ve t Service
soiOal security numbers cost the
Social Security Trust Fund th'ou- O ff _ic To Vis t
sands of dollars a year, according TTIC 0 IS
,to John V. C'arye, district manager
of the Panama City social security Veterans of Gulf County 'who
office. More importantly, many 'need assistance in obtaining bene-
workers 'and, self-employed people fits under he GI Bill, may receive
never receive ,credit for those im- guidance from Jim Weant, Asalst-
properly reported earnings. ant State Service Officer.
The Social Security Accounting Weanst will visit this area neMt
Division 'says that ithe most comn- week for the purpose of thel'ing
mon rpeorting errors are incorrect veterans ,or itier dependents in
numbers, reaTrangement of the filing claims for Compensation
naun'ber, complete omission of a Benefits ,or solving heir insurance
number, wrong names, misspelling problems. This free service includes
of nrames and complete omission assistance 'to employers of vetre-
of a .name. The cost to correct each ans under the GI Bill, Vocational
improperly reported item is ibe- Training, Subsistence or other
tween Mtity cents amnd a dollar to problems.
the Social Security Trust Fund. During his isit n this area Weant
Employers can. correct this prob- may be contacted at [the Oity Hall
lem by (requiring ,the new worker in Port S.t Joe from 8:00 to 9:00
,to present his social security card anm. on Friday, Angust 12.


Frosty Morn


FRANKS

All Lean

STEW

Seasoned Just Right PAN

Pan Sausage


First Baptist
WMS Meets
The WMS of the First Baptlat
Oburch, met at the 'church 'Monday
afternoon for the regular monthly
ibu'sirn'ess meeting. Mrs. C. M. MAr-
iin., WMU president, presided.
The meeting opened with prayer
by Mrs. L. W. Cox.
Reports were given by tihe var
i'ous chairmen, and several Items
-of business were ,discussed.
Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon d4missed
the meeting -with, prayer. /
Next Monday will be the Royal
Service program m-eeting. All il-
dies .are urged to attend.
"Advertising doesn't cost--t PAYS

Don't Throw Away
Your Old Furniture
LET US
Re-upholster
your faded, torn and worn
*u.rnlture
Red's Trim Shop
Corner Second and Reid

FOR EXPERT
Electrical Repairs
and
Contracting
IT'S

WALL ELECTRIC
COMPANY
DIAL BAllI 7-4331


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 Lonq Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned For Your Comfort
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


when he is first hired, Carey con-
tinued.
The employer should dthen copy
the exact name and number as it
appears on 'the worker's card. A
worker -ho cannot present a card
,should be required to apply for
one at hifs nearest social security
office or obtain an application
blank at the local post office, i in
a location, where there is no social
security office. Women who have
changed their names ,by marriage
or divorce should have their social
-security card changed by complet-
ing a change ,of records form.
Improper reporting is expensive
to employers, as well as the Social
Security Trust Fund, Oarey con-
cluded'. Earnings that cannot hbe
credited must be investigated with
the employer and this costs money.
For information on proper report-
ing, contact your nearest social se-
outity office. The office for this
area is localtde at 1135 Harrison,
Avenue, Panama City. The te-le-
phone number is POplar 3-5331.

Rainfall Heavy
In Gulf County
The Florida Forest Service dis-
patcher, J. H. Pope of the White
City Tower reports that Gulf Coun-
ty received 2.985 inches of rain-
fall during the last week in Gulf
County. Pope said that the rain
'all has been loal 'showers 'with
some areas 'of the county getting
little or no rainfall.
; Lightning fires hawe ,been run-
inang high for this time of year,
Pope says. S'o far this year, the
Gulf County forest crews have an-
swered 14 lightning fires. The for-
est service is grateful to the citi-
zens who report such fires to the
service headquarters as at times,
rainfall makes visual observation
tf the fires impossible.
Pope 'says that if you .should see
a forest fire, report it immediately
by calling BAll 9-2341.


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.
TRAINING UNION 6:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) _- 8:00 P.M.
"Come and Worship God Wi. "'5s"


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.


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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment.
ments. For couple only. Phone Living-dining, kitchenette, bath.
7-7641. tfc-5-19 4 mi. out on Iiway 30. Phone 7-5065
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 or see B. L. Presnell. tfc-8-4
hour. Cut your lawn and let me FOR SALE: Launderette on Mex-
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulft co Beach. Good business. Call
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- 648-4160 after 5:00 p.m. or write
son, Phone 7-7501. Joe Hewett, Mexico Beach. 4tp-7-14


CLASSIFIED ADS
CHAIN LINK FENCE: For free
estimate call C. W. Long. BAll
7-3974. tfc-7-28
FOR SALE: Beach property at St.
Joe Beach. Three furnished cot-
tages on four lots. One lot on cor-
aer. Separately or as unit. Call
648-4299. ttc-7-28


FOR RENT: Gulf Service Station. FOR SALE: 3 'bedroom 'house on FOR SALE
Apply at St. Joe Motor Co. Port Westcott Circle. 1 year old. Buy A new concrete blook three 'bed-
St. Joe, Fla. tfc-4-14 owners small equity and take over room home on 78 x 150 ft. lot. This
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom payments. Phone BAll 7-8986. 2tp well constructed home to sell for
FORRVON RODCTSwolldromonly $11.500. If you are in the mar-
attractively furnished apart- FOR AVON PRODUCTS call Mrs. ket for a home youshould see this
mrents. Cool' in summer, warm in L. Z. Henderson at BAll 7-3014. b r y by
winter. Gas heat, window fans. before you buy.
They have to be seen -to be appre- A largei three bedroom, frame
dcated. Also nice Trailer parking FOR SALE O nly 7,500.th Seet o lots.
s3ace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. W 320 acres of woodland. 4 miles A two bedroom furnished cottage
mcar Lodge, Apartments and Trail-2 South of Wewahitchka. Planted at Mexico Beach on front lot. Lot
er Park, White City. tfc-6-2 with pines, 3 years old. Priced for alone Is valued at $5,000. To sell
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. good investment. completely furnished for $11,000.
Call Mrs. Paul Farmer, BAll -3 acres of waterfront property We can assist you in financing
7-2565. tfc-7-7 located on Creek that flows into the above homes. Also have listings
Ideal for fish camp or retirement on lots at St Joe Beach and Mexi-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished home. co Beach. 3t-7-28
apartment. 228 7th St. Phone -10 lots at St. Joe Beach in one FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY
7-7761. tfc-7-14 block. Priced for good investment. 221 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-3491
-Nice home located on Hunter
FOR RENT: Small 3 bedroom Circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, deep FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. One
-ouse on First St. Contact Chris well pump, situated on 2 lots. 6% year old. Buy owner's small eq'ui-
Martin at BAll 7-4051. ttc-7-14 years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal- t;- and take over payments. 112
FOR RENT: 2 furnished apart- ance on VA mortgage at $57.00 Westcott Circle.
ment. Phone 7-5771. tiac 7-21 per month.
ments. Phone 7-5771. ifc 7-21 -Only one new home left on Cyp- FOR SALE: 2 acres of cleared land
FOR RENT: 3 'bedroom furnished I ress Ave. for sale to veteran that In Jonesville area. 3 mi. south of
house. 108 lola St., Oak Grove. can qualify for VA loan. Located Port St. Joe. All or pact. See Leroy
Call 7-3014. tfe-7-28 in Port St. Joe's most up-to-date Strain in Jonesville or write box
subdivision. 361, Port St. Joe. 2tp-8-4
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- -Nice 3 bedroom home located at LOST: Baby's Identifcationbrace-
ed apartment, 'upstairs. Water 208 10th St Recently repalated in- let with nitials D. A. P. some-
furnished. $35.00 mo. Phone 7-8642, side. Priced for quick sale. ltwerearound or ina Webb's dime
inquire at 1904 Garrison, Ave. tic FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. 1320 store r Paac Barber Shop. If
McClellan Ave. Pay owners equity. found call 7-2632. e p
FOR RENT: Small furnished d-l Priced for quick sale.
'aetm-ent. Dining-bedroom, kitchen THE PRIDGEON AGENCY WANTED: Secretary. Prefer auto-
,and bath. Phone 9-1301. tfip 301 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe mobile agency accounting exper-


Mineral Wool
INSULATION

We Have Just Received A Full-


Carload

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Hundy 15 x 24" Size -2 and 3" Thick
Just Staple It In

Get Our Prices



SuppILDWL


Supply Co.


Phone 7-4156


Port St. Joe


ience. Apply at Wimberly Motors.


I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
I, John H. Cumble, will not be
held responsible for debts 'except
that of my own. John H. Cumbie.
3tp-8-4
FOR YOUR WATKINS Products
needs call 9-1195 or write W. L.
Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe.
1 tfc-5-26
ISEPTIC TANKS pumped out., Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfc
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in
saving money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the '
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of SURPLUS SALES OF ST. JOE
in the City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
Intends to register 'the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Gulf County, Florida. 4t
REX' ADDISON 7-14
J. C. MARTIN
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.

ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M.
POPE FENDLEY, Sec.
All Master Masons cordially invited
;ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners
and floor polishers. Sales and
service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Mc-
SClellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone
FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
with 65 ,hp motor. Sleeps two,
head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy
Gibson or call BAll 7-5771.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERIqAN 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
legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon
Secretary: Theo Bishop


t. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
I., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome.
David H. Jones, High Priest.
Joel Lovett, Seeretary


Oak Grove Assembly of God


REVIVAL SERVICES

COMMENCING SUNDAY, AUGUST 7

Services Each Evening At 8:00 p.m.
(Except Saturday)

Make Plans To Hear ...

Evangelist Asa Williams


LISTEN TO RADIO REVIVAL ON WJOE
Saturday, 9:15 a.m. and Sunday at 8:45 a.m.
REVIVAL TIME ----------- Every Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
Come to the Church that Always Welcomes You
CHARLES A. HARTHERN, Pastor


"HE STAR. Port St. Joe, FloPIda THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1960 ,ed In June, 1959. "BIRTH ANONUNCEMENiT
IWorking capital on June 30 to. Mr. and Mrs. George HIlI of Jkk-
Visit In Tallahassee tailed $6,278,000, as compared sonville announce bthe birth of a
Mrs. Duffy Lewis and Mrs. W. s. Michian Chem. with $4,006,000 a yaer ago and $6,- daughter, Stacy Louise, July 13.
Smith made la LbusInes trip tQ Tal- 573,000 at year end. Depreciation Mrs. W. C. Goodson has just re-
lahassee Tuesday. Plans Expansion 'for the six months, 'at $493,000, wias turned from Jacksonville after a
exactly the same 'as ,or 'the co'r- two week visit with her new grand-
NOTICE responding 1959 period'. .daughter. She was accompanied
Notice is hereby given 'that the SAINT LOUIS, MICH. With Before the end of August, Michi- home by her daughter and family,
City Tax Assessment Roll for the .. M H ga-n's new bromine plant 'expansion M.r. and Mrs. James Avant and
City of 'Port St. Joe, Florida, for earnings fxro regular business at El Dorado, Arkcana.sa, ill be Keniiy, who were in Jacksonvlle
the tax year 1960, will be submitted temporarily handicapped by d- completed, as will its new natural 'for 'the week end.
to the Tax Equalizing Board for ap- verse going-onsatream conditions at gas line to -the 'Port St. Joe plant.
poal.D. 19on60, at the 16th dy Hall at7:00 its Pornt t. Joe, Florida seawater By October 1, additional refractory- Returns From Mountains
p.m. All persons desiring ot have magnesia plant, Michigan Chemi- ,base equipment will 'go on stream Mrs. Anna Adams returned' home
corrections made in such roll, whe- cal Corporation reported a :six- at Port St. Joe and fu'll-soale oper- jast week end from a three week
their in 'the listing, valuation lof pro- month's loss of $128,000 or $0.17 a nation's will then be pos-sible. isi n the Blue Ridge Mouta-na
perty 'or otherwise, are requested 'share on its outstand ng 769,587 visit in the Blue Ridge Mountains
to file with the undersigned son or In combination, these factors. iof Virginia, where she visited' her
before the 16th day of August, common shares. In the first hal of derbl th cor-isister. While there she visited Nat-
1960, their petition setting forth 1959 'earnings were $346,000 or will improve considerably the cor al Bi
their objections to such assessment $0.45 'a share, of which $0.08 rep- poraton's sales and profit pros-u __
and the corrections which they de- resented a non-recurring gain o pects dining 'the latter part 'of this
sire to have 'made. reste ,onrecriggainoyear, with sales ror the full year On Vacation
Witness my !hand and the offi- the sale of capital assets. e t s f the l er
cial seal of the City of Port St. Sales for the six months were expected 'to exceed the 1959 volume Rev. and Mrs. J. C. OdUm and
Joe, Florida this 31st iduay of July $3,869,000, as compared with. $4,- *of $8,642,000, reported Theodore children, David, Gale 'and Danny
A. D., 1960 W. HENDERSON, 2t 595,000 in the 1959 period which in- Marv4n, president. re visiting friends and relatives In
City Auditor 'and Clerk as eluded large shipments against a AY Mississip-pi, Louisiana and. Arka-
Ex-Ofcficio Tax Assessor. government contract that termnat- TO CHURCH SUNDAY sas.


CosLin's Big July




CLEAR ARAICE


STILL GOING STRONG ... WITH PRICES REDUCED EVEN LOWER THAN
LAST WEEK!


SUMMER

DRESSES

ONE LOT LADIES

1/2 PRICE


CHILDREN'S

/2 PRICE


Boy's Bermuda Shorts


- 2a PRICE


Tom Sawyer Reg. $1.98
One Lot Sport Shirts--- ----- 88c

Were $3.95 and $4.95
One Lot Men's Sport Shirts $ --- 2.49

One Lot Men's Knit Shirts --- A OFF


Were $2.98 to $10.95
One Lot Men's Dress Shirts


ONE LOT LADIES 'SUMMER BLOUSES .-. V2 Price

Ladies' Cotton Slips, Pajamas, Gowns .- Price

LADIES' NYLON HOSE -- --2 pair $1.00

LADIES' HAND BAGS -- -------1/2 Price

Children's Shorts and Play Suits ------ Price


ONE LOT CHILDREN'S
SUMMER SANDALS
$1.98 Pair
,MEN'S
SUMMER SANDALS
$2.98 Pair
Formerly $8.95 to $10.95
ONE LOT MEN'S SHOES ---------$3.98
Fashion Craft
LADIES' SUMMER SHOES ----$3.98 $5.98
Ladies' Robinette
ONE LOT SUMMER SHOES ---- $3.98
Williams
ONE LOT LADIES WHITE SHOES -----$2.00


LARGE
BATH
TOWELS

79c


$1.59


LADIES'


SWIM


SUITS


'/3


0 FF


Straw Hats


Men's


/2 Price


BOY'S MEN'S
SUMMER PAJAMAS ------' OFF SUMMER PANTS ------ OFF

ONE LOT BOY'S WINTER JACKETS, MEN'S
Reg $12"9 to $149- Now $3.98 SUMMER PAJAMAS '/ PRICE


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-WE'VE BECOME
MORE
EFFICIENT
GERM SPREADERS

In the past we caught a rela-
tively small number of illnesses.
They. were more apt to be fatal
or. last longer .but there ,
wasn't the variety. Today, due I
to the automobile and larger
urban areas, we expose our-
selves to strangers' germs more
often.
Fortunately, new drugs and medi-
cations make us better equipped
to fight these ailments than
those of the past. For prompt,
dependable service, bring your
prescriptions to us.



Buzzett's Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Florida


Veteran Officer

Aids Gulf Vets In

Obtaining Benefits

The official report of recoveries
tor the fiscal year, July 1, 1959
through June 30, 1960, has just been
released 'by the Florida Department
of Veterans Affairs reporting a
grand total of $23,411.49 tor Gulf
County.
County Veteraus Service Office
'work is measured by ,the amount.
ot anoney returned Into the county
through the efforts tf he office.
Claims for compensation, widow's
pension, education and training are
some of the benefits which are rep-
resented in monies recovered.
Raymond D. Moon, president of
-the C'ounty Service Officer's Assoc-
iation of Florida has compliment-
ed Service Officer J. J. Hill of Gulf
County for having had such a suc-
oessu l year. Th veterans, widows
and orphan's of Golf county have
been enriched by your most 'valu-
able services to them, Moon said.
All County Serice Officers are
urged to undertake a concerted
drive ito locate al widows and or-
p'hans in, hteir county wwho have be-
come eligible for pension benefits
under PL 86-211, effective July 1,
1960. These persons were not pre-
viously titled for pension under
the old law. The number one job
of' tll County Service Officers As-
sociation members this year is to
locate every widow 'and or orphan
child iand assist them in securing
thedr benefits, Mr. Moon stated.
The general public is asked to a's-
sist in this. effort. Persons knowing
of eases where the widow and or
child of a deceased veteran has
been denied a claim for pension in I
the past because of the provisions
of the old pension laws should ad-
wvise that person or persons to con-
tact J. J. Hill, Gulf County Service
Officer Iby phone at BAll 7-8681 or
call at the County Service Officers'
office located, at 104_. Bayview
Drive in Highland View or assist-
anoce in iling -of their claim.
Even' though. a widow who is not
married or 'a minor child was de-
nteds a pension several years ago,
the new law makes provision's for
re-opening their claim. They may
now 'be eligible for benefits.
Guests of Ferrells
Mrs. W. J. Clark of Jacksonville
is visiting, with her 'sister and ibro-
ther-in-law, Mr. and, Mrs. W. B. Fer-
well. Also guests of the Ferrells is
Mr. Ferrell's brother, R. T. and his,
daughter Mary Ann of Kansas City, |
Kansas


Public G s J

CD
Following are the courses of-
fered at Office of Civil and De-
fense Mobilization schools:
STAFF COLLEGE
(Battle Creek, Mich.)
Elements of Civil and Defense Mobil-
ization (a basic course)
Civil Defense Planning
Civil Defense Operations
State and Local Emergency Manage-
ment of Resources and Production
Communicating Civil and Defense
Mobilization Ideas
Civil Defense in Local Disasters
CHEMICAL-BIOLOGICAL-
RADIOLOGICAL DEFENSE SCHOOL
(Battle Creek, Mich.)
Radiological Monitoring for Instruc-
tors (trains instructors who will
train others in radiological defense)
Badiological Defense-Officer Itrains
radiological defense officers at the
Federal, State and local level)
Cbemical-Biological-R adiological De-
fense Orientation for Executives
EASTERN INSTRUCTOR
TRAINING CENTER
(Brooklyn, N. 1.)
WESTERN INSTRUCTOR
TRAINING CENTER


(Alameda, Calif.)
Courses in Radiological Defense,
Basic Civil Defense, Princlples of
Organization and Stai: Emergency
Operations, Cominiunl;aiions, Rescue,
Chemical and 1-: i.'-. .1 Defense, and
Industrial Mobuiit.v;-n,. The course,
Radiologicil Monitoi:ig for Instruc-
tors, is the s:an'- :, ,' '., training
cente-s and tihe lC--t 0ii..u School.


STARWer F" 'AY,

AUG. 5th -8 A.M.


3:00 AM.--OUT GO ALL FLOOR SAMPLES an d ODDS and ENDS


AT TERRIFIC PRICE CUTS!
Hurry for Fantastic Savings! Hundreds of pieces marked
down for Sensational Savings! We must have room .
Bargains in New and Used Furniture.
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Il~au4l-,'~o~-


Reg. $239.95
2-Pc. Colonial Maple Sofa Bed Suite


$139.95


Reg. $299.95, foam cushions, green cover, Ige. pIs. $2
3-Pc. Kroehler Sectional $229.95


Reg. $169.95 Simmons. Brown print cover.
2-Pc. Sofa Bed Suite
Reg. $169.95 Heavy acetate covers. Includes sofa,
toam cushions and 3 tables.
2 5-Pc. Sofa Suites


$109.95

chair with
$119.95


Reg. $249.95. Foam rubber, rose.
100" Traditional Sofa $169.95
Reg. $289.95 Tufted back, foam rubber.
Provincial Sofa $199.95


Ieg. $89.95 Plastic Top Table
7-Pc. Dinette, 35x60 Table


leg. $139.95 Walnut, Plastic 'table
2 7-Pc. Dinettes, 35x60 Table


$69.95


$99.95


Reg. $495.00 Walnut -- !ihlitly used (like new). Includes
banquet table, 40 x 66, extends to 96" length., 6 chairs, large
62" buffett and, glass front hutch 9nn
9-Pc. Dining Room Suite $17799.95


Reg. $49.95 Bronze 'tubing, plastic top.
5-Pc. Dinette
Reg. $119.00 Damaged.
Mahogany Drop Leaf Table
Reg. $79.95 Blonde modern.
Buffet and Hutch




USED

Youth
Bed and Mattress
Single Size
Rollaway Bed


$39.95

$49.95

$59.95


Reg. $249.95 Walnut plastic top. Includes bar bed, double
dresser, mirror and chest.
4-Pc. Bed Room Group $189.95
Reg. $119.95 Modern walnut finish. $89 5
2 4-Pc. Bed Room Suites $07.79
Reg. $169.95 Colonrntl maple.
4-Pc. Bed Room Suite $119.95
Reg. $139.95 Blonde modern. $10 .
4-Pc. Bed Room Suite $109.95
Reg. $269.95 Oak, early American, slightly dam. $
4-Pc. Bed Room Group 199.95


Reg. $179.95 Includes double d resser, mirror,
two single headboard beds.
Knotty Pine Bed Room Group --- _


Reg. $39.95 1 blonde, 1 mahogany.
2 Bookcase Desk Combinations -
Reg. $79.95 Converts, to 2 single beds
Maple Trundle Bed
Reg. $15.95 Plastic, yellow, Tred and green.
3 Large Round Hassocks
Reg. $22.95 Mahogany.
2 Record Cabinets
Reg. $10.95 Ceantry glide-a-matilc.
10 Automatic Electric Irons
Reg. $1.95 16 x 20, Assorted subjects.
22 Oilette Pictures


chest and
$139.95


$24.95

$59.95

$9.95

$14.95

$7.95

97c


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Reg. $39.95. Sturdy frame.
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Beach Methodisti "
To Show Pictures

Ar;.pSunday, August 7 at the First
Methodist Church of Mexico Beach
there will be scenes of thee "Haly
Dand" shown from 7:30 to 8:30

.' C" Charles M. Brown ofa
lo" Tyndall AIr Force Base and MexicoC
Beach will narrate as the scene
Pre being shown. Capt. Brown took
h ese scenes while serving with the
nAir Force in the fall of 1959, while
stationed in Germany.
Gaptain Brown is a natPive of o
Ames: Iowa. He Is married to the
---e~ -- former Ruth Anderson of Iowa al.
T. 'so. They have two lovely daughters
and one small son. Captain Brown
came ito Tyndall AFB from Ger-
many in. June of this year. The
Brown family are members of the
Mexico Bea;oh Sunday School. We
4'of Mexico Beach 'are happy to have
-" this Christian family worship with
us while 'stationed at Tyndall.
The Pastor, Rev. J. C. Brown ex-
tendAs 'to everyone an invitation to
worship with s this PSunday might
".-and we encourage the personnel of
Tyndall AFB, of this 'area, to wor-I
Ss hip with us ayti e.
Quoting 'the Pastor, "Although
'the Church of Mexico Beach ils
sponsored by the Methodist Church,s
it is in a 'sense a community
church and we invite all faiths to
worship with 'us 'at all times."
(Photo by LYNART Studio)
Miss. Jc An Coker and Luie D. Holland Kevin D. Neher Dies In
Miss c Anns f Coker and Luie D. f oolland 'I Municipal Hospital
A U itsed a dres kept g el Ju W TedKevin D. Neher, infant sonofc
Are United In M marriage In June Weddin g r and Her, shel D. Neh i of
I .St. Joe Beach passed away Sunday
Miss Jo Ann Coker exchanged paints 'at 'her wrists. Her fingertip eight in the Municipal Hospite 1.
marriage ows with Luie D. Hol- veil was attached 'to a dainty seed' Interment 'wa,s in the family plot
and, June 26 at 4:00 p.m. 'at the pearl headpiece. She 'carried a in Tampa, Florida.
eirst Baptist Ohurch of Port St. white Bible, with a topping of li- Comforter Funeral Home of Port
Joe, with. the Rev. W. B. Holland, lies of the valley and a purple- St. Joe was in charge of local ar-
father of ihe groom, 'officiating. throated orchid. She wore a pearl rangements.
The ride is the daughter of Mr. and diamond pendant presented to
and Mrs. C. L. Coker of Port St. her iby the bridegroom. Vitro Wives Club Will
Joe, and ,the ,bridegroom is the son Mrs. C. L. Coker, mother of the Meet Monday 'Night
cf Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Holland also bri de, wore 'a light 'blue lace over
of Port St. Jo. taffeta with, matching aocefssories, The Vitro Wives Club will meet
An arrangement of two baskets 'and a corsage of pink -carnations. Monday night, August 8 at 7:30o
of gladioli furnished a setting of Mrs. W. B. Holland, mother of the p.m. 'at the Florida Power Lounge.
two seven branched candelabra bridegroom, wore a dark 'blue dress 'This will 'be a short meeting, 'with
holding sevenn burning white tapers with matching jacket. Her acces- no speaker. Cokes and cookies will.
whd h cast a soft 'illumination for series were white and she 5 toowore be served.
,the ceremony. a corsage of pink ceaxnations. All Vitro. wives are cordially in-
Miss Martha Blackwell, organist, Immediately following the cere- vtted .to attend e.ad get acquainlted.
accompanied Miss Betty Butts, who money ,a reception was held. in, the a .
sang, "Because', "Always" 'and at home of the bride's, parents. Serv- Visiting Martins
the conclusion of the ceremony, ing as hostesses were Mrs. Allen Mr. and Mrs. George Zeigler alnd
"The Lord's Prayer". Price, who served the cake, Miss children Steve 'and Chris Ann of
Miss Jeau e Coker, sister of the Martha Bl ackwell, who 'served Fort-iou'th. Va., and Mrs. Bll Par-
bride, 'was 'maid of honor, and she punch 'and Miss Joyce Davis, 'who ish ,and son Jeffry of Tallahassee
wGore a pink tissue taffeta dress, kept t'he bride's 'book. The bride have spent the past week visiting
fashioned with a high neckline in table was overlaid with' an heir- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ohris
front and a tapering V in the 'back. loom white lace cloth 'over a white Martin on Marvin Ave. The Zedg-
She carried a nosegay of pink car- satin cloth. Bride and groom can- 1lers will return via Montgomery,
nations with matching streamers. delabra held white burning 'tapers. Ala., and the Smoky Mountains.
Serving as bridesnraids were Centering the table was 'a three4
Mds's E'va Margaret Kilbourn and layer cake 'decorated with a mminia- Guests of Mrs. Pridgeon
Mess Glynda Burke. Their ,dresses ture 'bride and groom. Around the Mr. and M.ns. O. L. Upshaw and
and bouquets were indenticcal to cake lay lace 'fern 'in a cascade ar- Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Karr of Bir-
'hat 'of 'the maid of honor. rangemen.t of sweetheart rosebuds. m'ingham, Ala., were t'he guests of
Best man was Grover Lee Hol- For her 'wedding trip to Colum- Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon last week.
and, brother of the lbridegroom. bus, Ga., the bride wore a beige
Serving as ushers. were Howard plaid linen two1piece suit, with played with !the St. Joe Paper Com-
Lovet 'and Billy Joe Richards. matching 'accessories. Her corsage pany.
The bride, given in marriage 'by was the white orchid from her Out of towguetswere Mr. and
her father, wore a white floor- bridal bouquet. Mrs. T. J. Holland, Ricky Holland',
length gown -of re-embroidered The bride is a graduate of the Ms Holland ol ,
Llencon lace oer ivory satin, taper- 1960 class 'of Port St. Joe High Ga, omas Holland lt Clepp of Columbus,hx
ag into a small chapel train The Sohool and ;the bridegroom is a ., and Pa Culpepper of henx
dress featured a scalloped neckline graduate of the 1958 class .of Port City, Ala.
with long sleeves tapered to calla St. Joe High School. He is .ow em- %.&.... -... ... .


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Chafin-Briker

Wedding Plans .7

Final wedding plans are announ- -
ced this week by Miss Marietta ---- ....
ChAf&in who will become the bride --,-
of Bill Kenneth Brinker, Saturday
at 8:00 p.m. in the First Baptist "'"'
Church.
The Reverend C. Byron Smith
will perform the ceremony. .'
Miss Martha Costin will serve as,
maid of honor and Mrs. Preston
Dyre of Atlanta, Georgia, is matron
of honor. Bridesmaids 'will be Miss
Ra'chael Wim'berley, Miss Annette
Wand of Mobile, Alabama and. Miss
Beth Gunnin 'of Atlanta, Georgia.
Misa Chafin's cousinsn, Miss Paula
Wise, Miss Cindy Ohafin of Pensa- 4 '
cola 'and Miss Pam, OChaini of Jack- ,U
*sonville will be junior briidesm!aids. .,
Mitzie Hendnix will serve as flow-
er girl. Ring .beaerns will ibe J. Carl
Chain of Jacksonville and, Larry .
McFarland, 'both cousins of the
'bride-to-be. Ervin B'etts of Albu-
querqu'e, New Mexico, will serve BRIDE-ELECT HONORED-Miss M'
as 'best man and the ushers will a shower-breafdast in the .Chaunce
be John Miller, Rex Addison, Ken hostesses. Miss Ann Ward, of Mobli
Burgess and Arthur Jones of New
Orleans, Louisiana. Jay Bateman a
of Blountetown and Johnny Chafin, iss rie a C 1
both cousins of the bridde-elect will
serve as candle lighters.
Fred Scott of Wilmington, North M'i'ss Marietta Chafin was honor-
Carolina will be the vocari soloist ed with a breakfast and kitchen
and Miss Barbara Mitchell will 'be !shower on Saturday, July 30 at the
'the flute soloist. Miss Sara. Linda home of Mrs. Chauncey Costin on
Richardson will be 'at the organ. Monument Avenu'e. Hostesses for
Miss Chafin is the daughter of 'the party were Miss Ann Ward
Mr. *and Mrs. Milton Chafin of 'this and Miss Martha Costin.
city 'and 'the bridegroom-elect is The honoree, who wore 'a red'
th'e son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and white .sun dress was presented
Bricker of Albuquerque, New Mex- a corsage 'and, silver compote from
100o the hostesses. She 'also recieved-
Mr. and Mrs. Chafin will enter- kitchen articles land favorite re-
-tain with a reception at their home, cipes from the guests.
1310 Garrison Avenue, immediate-
ly following the wedding. An arrangementt of pink .and.
______ __ ___ white gladioli adorned the ,dining
room table. Breakfast was served
Legion Auxiliary .buftfet 'style to the following guests:
Scu MMrs. Milton Chafin, Mrs. ..Joel
Recruiting Members Strait, Mos. Dillon Smith, Mrs.
--- Vince Kilbourn, Mrs. Margaret
This ,past Sunday aFternoon, Mrs. House, Miss Rachael Wimberly,
Ellen Kirkland 'and Mrs. Joan Miss Barbara Mitchell and the,hon-
Moore called on ,several members oree.
of 'the American Legion Auxiliary, Miss Chafin will 'become the
-f h nei~ the 11 --1._


Post 116, tio asol'iiot their attendance
at their meeting of this 'past Tues-
'day and asked thatt they in t rOn,
oontact old members no longer on
the rolls 'and prospective new ittenm-
,bers 'to come, out to the meeting.
. They wish 'to thank 'those to
whom they visited and, 'though they
did not arve to tuirn, ladies away
because of Jack of seating space,
two new members and the presence,
of another was greatly encouraging
'to !them. All members of the Le-


arietta Chafin (canter) opens' one of bthe many gifts *she received 'at
ey Costin. home Saturday morning. Standing iby Miss Chafin are ithe
ile, Ala. (left) and Miss Martha Costin, right. (Star phdot)

n, Bride-Elect Honored At Breakfast


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,bride of Bill K. Bricker 'at 8:06
p.m., August 6 in Pthe First Baptist
Church.

Hawaiian Party
Honors Couple

Miss Marietta Chafin and her
fiance were honored Tuesday after-
noon with a swimming party and
Hawaiian Luanu given iby Miss Mit-
HA Tdri ad Mrs- Josenh P


gion Auxiliary Post are urged to. "' am' *"'" "4 t r
attend 'the nex itmeeting on Thurs-! Hendrix at ,their Mexico Beach cot-
day, August 18 at 8:00 p.m. and talge.
bring a 'prospective member. Re- The guests arrived at 4:00 p.m.
freshments will be served a.nd plan's and after 'a swim were served a
made for a September dinner as H'awai'ian .dinner at tables covered
a joint membershipp drive kick-off. with tpalmetto leaves. The center-
,_____ __ 'piece was 'a ,paper-mache roast pig
Week End Visitors with an apple in its mouth.
Lela were given as favors to the
Miss Sara Brinson of Dublin, Ga., 35 gues.t.s attending the affair.
and Leo Brown of Irwinton, Ga., Miss Mitzi Hendrix will ibe a
were week end visitors of Mr. and ,flower girl in the Chafin Bricker
Mrs. R. H. Brinson. wedding, which will 'take place on
----- .August 6 'at 8:00 p.m. 'at the First
r dvertlsing doesn't coat-It PAY' Baptist Church.

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Whitfield Bond


Mr. a'nd Mrs. Joe W'hi'ttield of 'Port St. Joe, announce the mar-
iriage of t.iehr daughter, Barbara Jo to A/2C Edward' A. Bond, son. of
Mr. ,and Mrs. Royal M. Bond of Radford, Virginia.
The marriage 'was an event of June 28 in Wewahltc'hka.
The couple is spending 'three weeks in Virginia, ibut will return
to Port St. Joe where they will make their home.


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