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S"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chaftahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-THIRD YEAR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1960 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 39; .3 7 NUMBER 49
by WE$AEY R. RAMISEY
T1H Star i' going to be f"oe
to faise Its 'voice along with th
vote of others 'n critilcsm of the
law enOftorcement bodies in Gui
o' imty once more or their land
of Cf peiati'on--or ack of think
hog to Afl-dinfonmaito sou rce i
rhS_ piouDOW s end of the cotltly
specMly do we censure the o0
e tor not vrovlaig a non
through wafiqlng &yostemn. or thiN
*, Deul of oihe county lfst 'peek .en
Hree desperate *escaped crin
ina. at large, and apparently, 4he0
.were headed for the .Port St. To
Lf d t he d not been for a reara'
by.Ohdef of Police H. W. G rfitn
rt St. Joe wouldl' .have remaiped
..bltisflly Inoranat iil the dadie
Shdi p~ssedoir some-hadibeen! h.wt
B. e outlaws ad been at tla
-w.ilhin, 40 miles of Port St. Jo-
..r at tesat 10 houra before wen
S ing was givenn this areaW. 'We
tbger the local chief of police a
advised Ibefore ths time, -we do
mot know. At anly rate, the sherdf'
department certaitly knew of h
ialtstionu prior to this 'tlmie.
We are inclined to believe aS
t S .not a desIre of the Sheft'
Department to Suppress in-fla
*'tioe. We believe it Is a manttoef
hlit They haven not been axis
boame to giving out news on
aidon. 'the past land, as a relt
.u, t do nit ti4nDk to do sBO mw
M The activities of lasd week
lhOUld bring 'homan X orcefutlyx
'know what Is g'oimg on. Area news
papers came out '.ith 'the atory o
.the escape, but the direction of eq
oape was not known -that early an'
o ,uld'not 'be pumbUaed tby then'
We believe 'uhaot 'the escapee
could have becn capturtd' tohe ar-
tormoon of their escape, had the
apparanlt direction AO flight bee
,made publ-e -i. tipne. ;. .
School 'has -started again, and. ,i
have live children going to art-
tfrosan school each day. Aill oC theO
children are insured, but 'we Vha
uno desire whatever Ibo see M tJ
companies are solvent or not. P
Somehow, we have ibeome a,
cuoto.med. to ibnaig these ki
around the house. They make a I.
of racket, tear up. everything the
gt. a chance at '"ixiag" and' ges
ersily make a heap oft work fc
th wifee to keep them. fed an.
dean anjfor iofe to keep tood o
the table eamd clothes on thedr bacd
But,, ike I sald, they are part <
the fixtures now, 'and we woul
sorta 'like to keep them that wa
You 'rnow how it l bab't an
As Ia fWaor 'to us, we -would'k\
f r you to ,us a 'little extra a ri
While driving on city streets nowd
because these kids of mine are nol
above daitlng n frontu of a car. We
ave taught' them' better, but ith ey
tnisat, -every once ti a 'wahille, i4
ioing. exactly the Opposite .of theit
So, would you- Mr. and Mrs. ma
toriat, give these kids and their
parents a 'litt e helIp i seeing that
theyget saiely to and from home
each day this school year?
School Zone Safety
e Wit the coop-eration of Sheriff
t Byd El. Parker of Gulf County and
Police Ohief H. W. Griffin of Port
. St Joe, the Peninsula Motor Glub
n is pushing a campaign tor dcreful
driving in. school zones in this area.
Poining out that 14 percent .
. all pedestrian deaths are schocJ-
e age chiidiren, 'local officers and the
, AAA clab emindied motorists that
d youngsters seldom Wae suticiently
- aware of traffic dangers and conse-
y quetntly take unnecessary chances
e ia muossing the street.
t' s up to the motorist to watch
1 out for these youngsters, many of
, whole arre just learning the tunda-
meraljs 'of trafficc 'safety", the safe-
r ty lade-rs declared.
t. AT attractive poster on. the
h then "School'rs Open.-Drie. Care-
- flly is making its appearance
- he and ian towns and cities thm-
S,out Florida as a reminder to motor-
Sibsts to be on the alert for children.
f Tihe posters auld similar. buumper
p strips were dfurntshed' by the mnotoor
Meanwhile, the 'Peninsula Motor
Club al.o [Is distlb'ting -supplies
to hiundfeds of schools In. its 46-
county territory to equip 'thous-and's
of School Safety 'Patrol boys and
girl. This program ibas been spon-
.ored ,by the club since 1934 and Is
credited with contributing, largely
to the safety record of the state.
Likewise, the club is ,asisting
high schools in obtaining dnal-con-
trollUed automobile for use in deri-
.ver education. This is another ipro-
gran whichh ,the motor club has
carrie, on for years and 'which it
hopes to get expanded so that dri-
ver training will ibe universally
available io ,adl persons under 18.
I In addition to these activities,
the motor club supplies consider-
able safety literature and mater-
ials to schools for the purpose of
instilling good safety habits in the
youth' of today.
Water Ski Show
Slated Labor Day
Any person interested' in being
tn a Labor Day waiter sikt show are
rg'ed, to .contact Kenny Marlow be-
,?ore this Saturday at phone 7-7546.
The show will be presented' Mon-
.-lay moaning from 8:00 to 10:00
r.n. at the City pier. If the Bay is
-tough the show will, be presented
smn the Gulf- County Canal near the
.J. T. Ricketson Is
Heart Attack Victim
John T. Ricketsonr, age 49, was
taken iby death tast Thursday
morning at the Port St. Joe Muni-
cipall Hosplital'. Ricketson ba:h been
a patient in the hospital for two
and a half weeks following a neart
He is .survived by his wife Wi sta-
lone of Port St. Joe, one son., Wil-
liam Waiter of Cleveland, Tenn.,
three grandsons, his ,mother and
'father, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ricket-
son of Perry, two brothers and'
Funeral services for John T.
Ricketson 'were held Saturday af-
ternoon from the First Methodist
Church' in tPort St. Joe 'with 'Rev.
John' Carmnichael, pastor assisted
by Rev. O. Byron Smith officiatinig.
Members of the Masonic Lodg3
served' as pallbearers and conduct-
ed Masonic rites at.the graveside.
Itterment was in Holly Holl Cenie-
Comforter Fluneral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
St. Joe Baseball Team
Will Play Sunday
Although belatedly, 'Port St. Joe's
baseball Saints have organized 'this
year and are currently playing a
schedule of games with Chatathioo-
thee, Panama OCity, Southport and
'Sunday afternoon, at 2:00 p.m.
ithe .Saints 'are 'scheduled to mee:
Chat'taihoochee 'at the local' pack.
Admission is free 'and refre i u nts
wilt ibe availabMe.
Making up the team are: lanmfs
Ogle, Daryal Strickland, Howard
Rogers, Bllszey Williamns, Ray Mod-
nl, Wanring Murdock, Basil Mc-
Knight, Harry Tison, Tommy Prid-
geon, Ross Butts, E. S. Boyd, Ben-
ton Hamnm and Bascomn Hamm.
Rebecca .and. Robert Stansberry
have returned to .their home in At-
,aunta, Ga., after spending two
weeks here with their grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ferrell.
The St. Joe Paper Company
mill will go down tomorrow
morning for 10 days according to
T. S. Coldewey, vice-president in
charge of operations.
The mill will remain down un-
til Monday, September 12 when
a tentative start-up date has: been
set for 3:00 p.m.
The mill will shut down to-
morrow at 7:00 a.m.
Adult School Lists
H. W. Ayers, 'director of tihe
Gulf County Adult School,1 lists 'a
ful.l',curriculum, of subjects for the
new 'school year. Ayers say's 'all
these courses as well as. instrct-
ars are available.
The courses are as follows:
SElementary 'education., reading,
English for foreign born, citizenship
education ifor foreign born, high
school review course, English, lit-
erature, library .science, speech, al-
gebra I, algebra II, calculus, plane
geometry, solid geometry, general
math, ,applied general math, trigo-
nometry, civics, citizenship 'educa-
tion, American. Constitution and
Government, current affairs 'educa-
tion, problems of Democracy.
Geography, Florida government"
history, American history, Florida'
history, world history, political
science, biology, human anatomy
and physiology, health education,:
'safety education, chemistry, phy-
,sics, general science, modern phy-
asical science, psychology, sociology,.
economics, consumer education,
law for laymen, nonavocational
bookkeeping, general bu sines.
Everyday business mathh, notetak-'
ing, beginning shorthand, non-voca-
,tUonal typing, foreign languages, i-n
d.ustrial 'arts, creative writing, art,
music, education for aging, educa-
*tion 'oa' parenthood aind lea.dersh ip
BROTHER OF MRS. COLEMAN
THARPE PASSES AWAY
The body of Lowell Victor Kamp,
40, 'of Lakeland was shipped to Wc-
waihitchka Tuesday for funeral ser-
vices. He 'died itn Lakeland Augubst-
26. Burial ,was in the Kemp Ceme-
tery near Wetappo. Mr. Kemp was
a 'brother of Mrs. Coleman Tharpe
of this city.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Schools Show Slight Enrollment
Increase; Most Growth In High School
Port St. Joe's schools have re-
ported, a combined enrollment of
1,206 'to begin the school year with.
Principal Hubert Richards of the
Pdrt St. Jloe Elementary School
reports an enrollment of 606. The
school 'ended 'last year's session
with an enrollment of 590. Rich-
ard's said ith'at 123 are enrolled in
the first grade.
Principal Leroy Bowdoin' at the
Port St. Joe High School reports
an opening iday enrollment of 600.
This id ian increase of 40 pupils
over last year, Bowdoin told The
FP.renchiie and I would appreciate' Any water isikier is urged, to par- 'taa. aowoin. s naid ,tat aii avail-
c ipate and the public is invited able class room space in the school
,W le you. re at it, possibly oth- 0 attend the show. has been utilized with the enroll-
.. pa sa. in the city are.just as 'menot filling the existing building
-atached to their children tiboo. If 'dvetIs'na doesn't cosl-it PA',Isto capacity.
yon will watch out to them too, 'at -
:the.enid of the year, we 'w lt all get
together, heave a big sigh of re-
l.ef,.-and iay thank you.
'Shades 'of the Ku Klux Klan.
SAtions in Jackson'vitle this past
:week end just go to show what can I
h-appen by the uipbalancing, aR oft
a sudden, the habits of generations.
It would appear that the actiloqns
of the Nlegro in the Oongo has'
apiread to the NAACP operations
in the United States.
Such things just. .hou'ldn't hap-
pean. ind this of Living an ter-
rr of anybody just anmot be tol-
erateld i tiiai country, no latter
what cause it champions.
Ma didn't start living In houses
overnight. He didn't start eating,
cooked food overnight. He baese't
as yet, ually Qepted &the worashiP
of God as ithe one true God. ManO
has yet to learn to love even his
ieztdoor 'neighbor dike he ough'.
So Iit ought to be no anyo'tery thaz
(he Ia ot able ito accept tthe Inta-
S "'(Continued On Page 8)
The Church, of the Nazarene wishes to announce htat on next
unday, September 4, .services will be conducted in .the new church
dated on Long Avenue, South of the High School. There will be
1l day services with -lunoh at ithe church at 3:00 p.m. There will
! a special service for Tviaitors. Everyone is cordially invited to
tendd. Rev. J. A. Blackwell is pastor of the church.
Rotary Hears About
FSU Football Prospects
Floridia State University and its
football b prospects for ithe coming
season were )brought to the atten-
tion 'of the Rotary Club by Eddt.e
Cu ,bbon, Director of Development at
FSU this past Thursday.
Cubbon had, good things to say
'about Bill Peteason, new head,
coach at FSU. He said' that Peter-
,son and his coaching istaf have
put together a good, football team,
'but it is young in age and exper-
ience. He saw a good future for
the Seminoles during the next few
Cubbon said' that of all the fresh-
men that had' been recruited Iby
past coaches Tom Nugent and Per-
ry Moss had turned out to be good
solid football players to build a
The speaker said Ithat FSU is
NATURAL GAS will be fed tbo Michigan Ohemica.l Company and: the City of Port St. Joe through the
maze of pipes pictured, above. This structure.reduces transmission pressure of 'the gas (800 pounds per
,square inch) to a usable pressure. Port St. Joe's supply 'line will originate below 'the stand' pipe indi-
cated by the arrow. The pressure station is 'locate ibesdie the Michigan Ohemical office building.
Natural.. Gas Line Nearly
Complete To Michigan Co.
Natural gas is now only two weeks away from the Michigan Chemical Company plant, ac-
cording to plant manager, Fred DeMaestri. Construction of the pipeline to bring natural gas to
the Michigan Company is nearing completion. The Company has already laid the necessary
lines to carry the fuel from supply lines to the plant.
DeMasetri was in touch with the
Construction firm laying ithe supply
Service Awards Presented At Annual line on Modayofthis week. Ac-
cording to DeMaestri, the company
Meeting of Gulf Chapter,Cancer Society ad given Michigan September
theirr target date for completion
of the line which runs to a podnt
S..Thep, annual meeting ,of the Gi'" ,.. Yo'oungstowna where it. taps :Po
Large Ship Visits on.,ty OChapter, American Cancer the Houston Natural Gas comapasay
Port St. Joe Te inal Society, was held Thursday, Au- line. The construction firm told
Por St. Joe Termnal. gust 25 at the Florida Power DeMaestri Monday that heavy ramns
oI.nm ge. in this 'area had delayed the com-
The port of Port .St. Joe had its pletion date by two weeks.
bdggestboat to visit here this week Jake Belin, presiding .officer, told Workthate as to wbe dne on
iggest Work'thde gonoup ehao he TAn .1b of
when the Gulfoalar, owned ,by the Pt Joe gioup thatthe TA Colubeen the line is welding and burying of
Gulf Oil Oorporation brougPt a car- r High School had been about ten miles of line and crows-
r t ot awarded the first charter In the Gu t aa directly
go of 220,000 barrels of .gasoline te of lorida. I s also re- ing the Gulf unty Canal diretl
and heating oils to "the Southeast- ~ote hf Florida. It wasalo sre in front of he Michigan Chemnc r
ern Pipline. first county in the state to exceed lat e. The ielie sted
-&I-.......---&A- .f across the' canal from the Michigan
The large ship was 644 feet long,
had an 84 toot beam and, loaded as
it was, drew 32 feet and six inches
of water. The 'tanker was capable
of carrying about 240,000 barrels
whih would make it draw 34 feet.
The .ship came in partially loade-d
because the work of deepening oue
St. Joseph Bay channel to 37 feet
is not yet complete.
Although 'this was a ,big :boat, it
is not the largest tanker in service"
now. According' to Herbert Browv,
manager of the Southeast Tearmh'i-
als, Gulf 'has a tanker even larger
-than Ithe Gulfsolar. The Gulsolar
weighs 29,400 dead weight tons. Its
bigger sister, 'weighs 32,000 dead
weight tons. Brown said (that 'when
harbor work is completed, ,the lar-
ger :ship may also come into the
Port St Joe port. Brown expects
regular visits from the GulfNolar.
To Meet September 12
The Gulf County Minister's Al-
liance 'will not meet at the regular
time Ibut will meet at the First
Methodist .Chnurch, Port St. Joe,
Monday, ,Sipflember 12 at 10 00
,a.. All members and new minis-
ters in the area are oordiallly in-
vited to attend.
their quota, with the exception. of
Volusia county, which has its cam-
paign in November rather than
plant and laid toward Youngstown.
Monday, the construction, com-
pany was preoaring to ,ljav their line
April. under the Intracoastal Canal. The
Betoi praised Wewahitchka for line had been constructed and was
the work done there under Mrs. being tested Monday. This work
Harold Canning. was scbld, uled to be completed by
Awards for service were present- this week end. Workmen will move
ed by Mr. Belin and Mrs. Edna 'this week end to the Gulf County
Rowell, chairman of cancerwork Canal and begin crossing it with
in this distret, the pipeline.
Belln reported that from all sour-
ces, Gulf county raised $2,762.24 Natural gas for the city of Port
although the quota was only $2,000. St. Joe will also be furnished thru
The following slate of officers the same transmission line. All
was presented and' approved' for this work is being carried out on
the coming year: Mrs. H. C. Brown, a temporary permit from the Fed-
chairman; Mrs. Harold Canning,eral Power Commission. As soon
co-charman; Mrs. Marvin Land, Ia thepermanent permit ia issued,
secretary; Walter Dodsn, treasur- St. Joe Natural Gas Company will
re; Dr. Wayne Hendrix, medical begin work on a natural gas sys-
director; Dr. Henry Langston, pub- tem for Port St. Joe.
lic health officer; Mrs. Wayne Hen-
drix and Marty Begley, publicity; 1 Plant Start-up
Mrs. R. W. Henderson, service; While converting to natural gas
Mrs. Jane Lapeyrouse, speeial |-and installing a rotary lime idln,
events; Rev. Harry Babbitt amd the Michigan Chemical' Company
Dr. Conrad Williams, public educa- itas been operating on a reduced
tion; J. C. Belin, finance and Mrs. schedule. DeMaestri said that the
Paul Fenosm, house to house chair- plant would begin a gradual start-
mana. up on September 15 when the gas
'( 'service is completed. DeMaestri
Return To Jacksonville 'said the. speed-up period' would take
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilkie and about 30 days to complete. He said
children, Joann and Yates returned that all plant employees are work-
home last week end after spending ing, however, on construction pro-
tIA^w -wk1, t S+t t. Joe BeaCh iects, that the Nlant is carrying out.
now on an even plane with the "Ie'1U '- 'O-'- W *ls~ "sa wee* W E .--'-o---
University of Florida insofar as
recruiting encouragement is con. Veteran Service Office s
cerned. Cubbon 'said that FSU can Schedules Visit Here Coach Marion Craig Tells Kiwanis of
now offer the same granit-in-aid as S I
the University. Veterans of Gult County who al, I perienced, But Willing Team
Oubbon termed FSU to a "teen- need assistance in obtaining bene- S
adfer" in ithejr football pragraan *fits under the GI Bill, may receive
.yow'th. The school is now entering guidance from Jim WeaIt, Assist- Coach Marion Oraig -gave an inr- full schedule wtih no idle week
'its 14th year of the sport. The hint State Service Officer. promptu talk at the Kiwanis Club ends".
.school has .maintained a pract.ice Weant will visit this a-ea rest Tuesday concerning Port St. Joe's. The Sharks begin their season
of booking good teams as oppon- week for the purpose of helping football future for the coming sea- two weeks from tomorrow night at
nets for its team as a crowd draw- veterans or their dependa.ts in f il- son, home against Apalachicola.
ing incentive. "They cost us more Ing claims for Compensation B me- Coach Craig was nothing shoi' Guests of the club were Larry
money", said Cubb.on, "but the lo- fits or solving their insurance prob- of pessimistic as to the future of Davis and Chesley Fensom from,
cal people appreciate it enough to lems. This free service includes as- the 1960 Sharks. "We are small, un- the High School, Ben Alsobrook of
offset .the extra expense by .their distance to employers of veterans experienced and determined", the'C'ula Vista, Calif., Rev John Oar-
attendance." under the GI Bill, Vocational Train.- coach said. "But we are planning "michael of Port St. Joe, and Gene
Guests of the club were Joe Em- ing, Subsistence or other problems. a little razzledazzle 'to make up F'ugate of Jacksonville.
manuel of Pensacola, Jack Peeple During his visit to this area, for our deficiencies".
of Jacksonville, John Westmore- Weant may be contacted' at the Oraig said that a ten game sche
land of Marianna andi B. G. Olay- City Hall in Port St. Joe from 8:00 dule tIs going to be hard on the ..URCH SUNDAY
ton of Pensacola. to 9:00 a.m., Friday, September 16. .boys. "We play big teams and a
Wanda Kennington Becomes
Bride of Thomas G. Wilder
THE STAR, Port St. Jo%
Briday Party I
Miss Wanda Kenning
1:1.erno wt'h a bridesmaid
In a lovely candlelight ceremony glass windows. Poufs of white sa- maids. She ,scattered' pink and' blue | eon by Mrs. John Kramer
at the Fi.st Methodist Church of were placed -in each of the stainde rose petals in the path of the bride Henry Liliius, an Thursda
Port St. Joe on Friday evening, tin -ribbon marked the reseed: from a .basket of white tulle and 25 at 12:30 pn.m, at ithe
August 26 at 7:00 p.m. the Rever- pews. rTibbon. All honor attediants wore Mrs. Lilies on Oonetitutio
end John rCaanmicheel officiated in I Mrs. M. P. Tomlinonm presented a single stiaid of peals, a gift of
a double ring ceremony nniting in a program of nuptial music on the the bride. The specious0 living r
marriage Miss .Kaitherine Wanda organ prior ot the ceremony. Solo- Serving the. groom as ushers '.... beauytifieid for this ccasio
Kenning'ton, daughter of Mr. and ist was Mrs. James Tankerl'ey,. were Edwardi Eelils,. Charles Boyer, r 'ench, lavabo over ,thee
Mr1. George Lumnpkin Keniington wrho 'sang, "Because" and "I Love! Kenneth: Hurlbut and -Blair Su holding an exquisite a-rr
of 'Port St. Joe and Thontas Griffin Thee". She- also sang, "The Lord's ford. The best man was the lathe.e of pink Sweetheart roses
Wilder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Prayer" softly at the conclusion of of the groom iand angbearer was white gypsophili. The i
Thomas Wilder of Little Rock, Ar- -the maarriage service. -George L. Kennington, IIIbrother omiplimiented on either
Mas. Te bride's sister, Miss E len of the bride.. double seonces holding ip
On ,the altar in the sanctuary Kennington served as her maid of Thle (bride, who was given in .- ed'tapers. In the dining
was a tall gold cross highlighted honor and was gowned in a riage by her father, was radiant terest wass focused' on th
by seven-branched candelalbra on tAreet length Domib original of Ro- in' floor length gown of Alencon table 'which was graced
either side and flanked (by floor mance (blue chiffon taffeta teatiir- ae land tule. The 'oing minuLded mik glass 'epegre arran
tSiandaids holding massive arrange- ing a salbrina neckline and tiny cap bodice of lace featured a sweet- pink Sweetheart oses,
ments of white gladioli,; pom-poMns, sleeves. The long 'torso bodice was h'eait necklhie outlined' in seedPadd ypselhart ia. Sil er
baby's hbreaJth and gypeophlla. The accented .by a 'wide crushed, drape p arls and eridescents. Long sleeves. .,..hilit hl
choir doft was filled' with lighted oif deeper French .blue which fell eiided in caila points on the wrists.
cathedral tapers in iseven-branched to the hemline in the bacz in fitr- The ,bouffant skiit haid wide pan- The saladM uncheo was,
candealbira. Three burning tapers ed ipafnels fromn a ,cluster of uhancr- els of 'lace in .ront stand back with .h o vi tng room 'o ia div
surrounded (by magnolia Jeaves imade French taffeta roses. Her f l'l panieris of lace on either side .!u (ts were served from sit
teadpieoe was a cindlet of Romance from 'which. fel' yards of btulle. Re- p .s wte s erv
blue tiulle on a tiara of Brench blue emibroideredi Alenioon lace roses The mues t of lhonr
velvet accented with ,tiny seei were scattered on the ful tulle dThe uest'of.oidord"w'r
peails.. Tulle mitts and French blue skirt. Her only. ornantienit was a d.res and .' wasresented
For satin pumps. completed her enassm- strand' of pearls, a gift of the h ress ens with a presented
KINGSBERRY She carid a ca omuel groon The ,bridal veil of imported' ot Sweetheart r oses. Thge
KINGf white car.n.ation. llion fell softl to her fingertips 'also presented Ms K
from a crown of seed pearls and s
LIBrVidesmaids w ereM Donal iridesents n a diamond design. .. .
Laird,- Miss Banbara Mitchell and She rladriceda casaade arrangement
Miss Elizabeth Ann Browne. Al,, of wht.e bridal roses,. tuberoses, MRS. THOMAS GmFFIN WILDERM & S PES
Se wore gowns ideitical to f th e t iule I,, tnM .S n *
ieee n ore ow ,ntical iw t mhue ufts and ov e ktnos. .white tapes and silver nut and couple will, be at home in. Orlando,
tmaid' of honor and carried colonial Mrs. Kennington' ,chose for her mint dishes completed the 'appoint- where 'the groom' is employed.
Ban B losegays of white pom-poms. Lit- daughter's 'wedding,, a Cyclamen ments. Punch ,was served from a ,aOut of town guests ,attending the
Barrier BuilderS te Miss Oharmain.e Kramer was pink street length blouson sheath crystal bowl 'on a table also over- wedding were Mrs. R. V. Coburn
-the flower girl and her gown was ,f chantilly tlaoe over pean de sole. laid with white longaandy ,over pink. of Greensboro, Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
a miniature replica of the br.des- 'A Thalf ha t oft atchldg pik n velvet A tall whitee epregne held n ar-'Pryor 'of Fort Wablton Beach, Mrl .
leaves ,anid fe'atherg and pink biro- range tent 'of pink 7mnity .airr roses 'W. G. Varnadore of Tiallahasse4,
S.de is.hoes completed. her costume. a d ,a fen surrounding a busni.ngr Mu. and Mrs. R. L. Rowan and chii-
'She wore a white otchld for her tper. 'dren Debbie, Richard. Michael an.
corsage. The 'bride's book .was placed on Danna 'of Tallahassee. and' Mrs.
JEANS THAT LOOK AND FIT LIKE JEANS The mother 'of the groom wore Sa a table carrying 'out the pink 'anid Chet GCray, also of Tfallalihassee.
_'__ S s'w <^ street lengthh< gown of baby blue 'white theme and featured' sweet- ------ ---
Slace featuring a Iscoop abin'e 'heart roses and Kily of the valley Local Girls 'Enter
b found in lace aund a full skirt of clustered at the base of 'the Ibridial Stehens Colle e
soft aUinpressed., pleats. She wore a candle. epens
I veil of snatching blue strewn with Presiding at "'the punch' ,bowl 'COLUMBIA, MISSOURI-Three Weekly Route ii
Satiny bows aand rhinestones. Her cor- were- Mrs. R. V. Cobu'rn 'and Mrs. students from Port St. Joe will be PH
s'ag6 was of white carnations. Nobie Stone. Serving' cake was attendiuig SStephens College in 0o- 3707 West 17th St
SMr. 'alid Mrs. Kennington niter- Mrs. Blair Shuford. Jr., and Miss lumbia, Mo., 'this' fall when the col-
~._ Z _--- -1-= nitaiined,. 'wth: a reception following Connie OChason. Miss Neese Lilius loge for 'women' starts classes on
the cerina.'mony in tihe 'social Ihall of' kept ithe bride's book. September 19.
the hueirch. The bride' .t-able w Ias Mrs. Wilder chose for her wed- Enrolling for her second year at
overlmid,,ithwi a full, ruf.f le-d'.c'orh Idling trip a navy silk linen s'leeve- Steplhens is Jiudith' Fensom, daugh-
lo -seer wh.l.te organdy over 'ink. 'less salieatih 'featuring -a deep tuck -ter 'of Mr. and MLrs. Paul S. Fan-
1( I Focal poidt was 'he 'four-tiered across the yuke.. A wide sash of 'son 901 16th .Steet.
f -- '' '.s wed.dhng cake 'topped- -ath the ra-jtihe same inateril' formed a drape Acceptedi for admissionn as new
-'I: Idliitional ibrid ,'n.d groo0ni. which .a& ithe side. Deep pink 'accessories studentss this fall are: Hiidr-&th
'" ne sl. a naettled in a wildiruff of .blu shi pink complimented the ensemble. .She Ann Miller, 'daughter 'of Mr. and THURSDAY FRII
net ir ters.persed with sweetheart 'wore a corsage of [bridal roses haft- Mrs. J. Lamar Miller *and Maa'gare
roses. and lily of ithe valley. Tall, ed' from her wedding bouquet. Ward, daughter of -Mr. and Mrs. S.
S. 0 /silver candelabra holding burning' After a short wedding ;trip, the R. Stone, 804 16th St. FA
I _' -. -- ,,,, A M'? 1
, FPIf THURSDAY, September 1, 960.
igton Honored With
Luncheon August 25
ton was with' 'an inponted, chia snack set
ds luach- as a molmento of -this occasion. ..'
and' Mrs. Members of the (bridal 'party en-
y, Augusit Joy ig this occasion with 'the han-
home of oree were: Miss Ellen Kenning'ton,
an Drive. 'who was ito be &her sister's maid
of honor; Mrs. Donald, Laird, Mis1
oomn wa Barbama Mitohell.' aid Miss Elii.-
na with a betlAmina Browne, who were to 8e
3t1u Wir&-eadmaid;: young Miss oChoa-
angement manie Kram'er, flowergirl e-nd Mrs.
and 'lacy G. L. Kewaniniton, imather of the
rabo -was Aidileet.
room in- BIRTHS
d with 'a ---
gem'ent of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frank Mcbl,,-
luieroses land announce 'the birth of twins,
candelaib- a girl, Julane and' a boy Duanes on
apers, Augu.st 23.
servet-in 'Mr. and Mrs. Edvard Tullid ''
Ial tee- Jons Homestead a'naio-vicL :thiq
nid sated 'liri of 'a son, Harold on Aug'jst
eaickik COLORED BIRTHS
ena sha-th Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mwaek-
d, t.yhe Granger announce the (blrthi of a
'e O ink son, Freddie Lamanrr on Agust 21.
hoeoesres '(All births occurred at the
ennnmgton i ort St. Joe Municipal Hospital)
THE MOST USEFUL PIECE OF FURNITURE for HOME or OFFICE!
fNil mTi I 7!!TII :''
.. OU.0 N, O 0
*P ....--ad -.the.FOMDA-WAY DISK d-.,tkoel #a, ..yI,
I$19.95. 1 agree to 'poy 509 Dow, and 50% W&oldy.
0 SGUY 0 DESERT TAN
SE STAR, Port St. JoQ,. Flprida THUtSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1360
- l iei l'
Schedule Of Workers Listed For Hospital
Auxiliary Rummage Sale For Last of Year
The schedule of Wokers for Sap- OotdIer 8: Mrs. John Robert
tember, October, November and Smnith and Mrs. Henry Oanpbell.
December, "1959, tor' the Hds@pital Octdber 15: Mrs. R. H. McIntosh
A'xlUary's Thrift Shop dss o1- amid Mrs. A. R. Majors.
.ower Ociober 22: Mrs. Otto Anderson
-Sept mbar 3: Mrs. Blil Quies, and Mrs. Maurice Dawson,
Jr, and Ms. Tom PrIdgeon r. Ooober 29: M.r. Bob ~NIzey and
t r 0: Mr,. r ,- MAs. Ralph Ward.
ipte~mber 10: MrM Frank Elan- Novemlber 5: Mrs. Henry Stykes
on and Mrs.. Water oda and Mrs.I Wesley Grace.
September 17:.. Mrs.Roy Gabfm on Novenber 12: Mrs. Prnk Gunn
and Mrs. Ceel :ostti, Sr u Mrs. S. B. Shuftord
September 24: Mrs. Molitadew A a Noveber 19: Mrs. H. C. Pil-
tn and Mr. Tom oewy. aw and Mrs. Pa uFeoam.
October 1: Mrs. Joe Sharit and Novebaer 26: Mrs. San John-
Mrs. Pery 1eIs,: .. and Mm Herman Dean.
Deemeber 3: Mrs. Herbert Brown
G m amid Mr. J. L. Miller.
James Gems. am o10: MrEdw1In Pters
and Mrs. John Drew.
Deomeber 17: Mms. Morgan Jones
and Mrs. Gannon Buzzett
l osed December 24 and' De-
The Thrift Shop, wiose entire
proceeds go to the benefit at ie
Mmictpall Hospital, is .badly In
-" need ofstock, a nd anyone fishing
So give loathingg or other useful
Stems 'ito the ThrJit Shop may do
'so by calling any of the following
'adtes, ,wh. o comprise ith e Picku. p
St* n xomantee for the niiomnthas of Sep-
tember, October and Novemlber:
'tL*P^t'ANlA1 ~l6 Mrs. Olvin Floyd, Mrs. Cliff Rob-
bins and Mrs. Philip Cbhaihlam.
At the Bus Station
Phone your order In and it
will be ready when you arrive.
-PHONE BAli 7-5431
Don't Throw Away.
Your Old Furniture
your *faded, torn and worn
Red's Trim Shop
Corner Second and Reld
Jr. and Major
SAN DIEGO Calif.--Leland R
Smith, son ot Mr. amnd- MrS. Jsames
-M. Sine]l of 1006% Palt Boulevard,
Port St. Joe, graduate id 'rom -
crnuit training August 19 at tihA Na-
val Tralning Oenter, Sea Diego,
The igradatMonm exercises, mar:<-
intg Lh- end lof nie weoks o "bo&ot
camp", included a fu l dress par-
ade and' review before military pf-
Ificiala'ds edi vl am diutries.
In nine ,weeks of instruction, lhe
"'raw recruit" is developed ,nto a
Navy B'luejackert, ready or duty
with ahdie fleet.
For Job Printing It's
C( loff to B) SUNDAY
Coast Hlway 98 to 12 M
I MEXICO BEACH to 12 M.
ENJOY SAFE PLEASANT FUN at Florida's
Hew Recreation Center. Bring the family .
Brin your friends.
Reg. Game --. 10c
air or RemodelPIECE
or BUILD YOUR FLORIDA ROOM GOODS
FREE ESTIMATES -:- FINANCING ARRANGED Still many values avaIlable
New Fail colors pinwale
S. E. Morris Co. CORDUROY
Au ai* lr_ A& ,,,,. u ...[...* a ,* _,,C r;i 30 Yds. $2.00
301 Wiliams Avenue Port St. Joe, For
PHONE BAII 7-7741
S. E. MORRIS R. E. KYZER
- .. .- -- - -- -
and NYLON NET -
3 Yds. $1.00
Free Pattern With
13 II L
( DijAp,-,A~NT STO?' ~
Brings You A Favorite S-A-L-E
Be Here Early Thursday, Sept. 1
- It's A Whiz
li~~~______ N rf sI---- ~ I I -~---r 1 ~ 1
Holiday Close-Out Features
,t~nE..,f't A Holiday Sportswear Special
M NW A.' Ladies
PEDAL PUSHERS $2 and $3
SHORTS & BLOUSES $2.00
Values up to $3.95
r Girls Shorts, Blouses, Pedal Pushers
Values up to $1.95 Sizes 2 to 14
POP TOPS, for girls 2 for $1.00
BOLE FAMOUS- DOLLA DAYS s
BOYLES FAMOUS DOLLAR DAYS
LADIES' SUMMER DRESSES
Values up to $6.95
Goodbye Price $2.00
BOYLES $ DAYS
44 PAIRS MEN'S
- ; Values up to $7.95
Good Bye Pri-e
Sounds crazy but it's a sizz-
ling End 0' Summer
Values up to $6.95
Good Bye Price
$1.00 and $2.00
BOYLES $ DAYS
Value up to $39.95
Twin Bed Size Flat or fitted
HERE IT COMES, FOXCROFT SHEETS
DOLLAR AYs! 2 for $3.00
81 x 108 Foxcroft $2.95 Value
Percale Sheets -- $2.00
PERCALE PILLOW CASES
71ILimited 2 for $1.00
'. Limited quantity better hurry
BOYLES $ DAYS
Sounds crazy, but it's a sizz-
Values up to $11.95
A weeping, farewell price.
High heels, wedges and flats.
Trim Treds, Scamperoos and
Helter Skelters. Sizes 4/2 to
198 PAIRS LADIES
Formerly sold up to $4.95:
$1 and $2
This ought to be a rlotl
In white and black. Sizes 4/2
to 9 (for MIss or Mrs.).
BOYLES Famous $ Days NEW FALL
Shadow panel lace trim dacron
and cotton blend
Outstanding value at $1.95
THREE DAYS ONLY $600
2 for $3.00 Drip Dry Cottons in prints and solids. Misses
Junior and Half Sizes. Brand names famous
Sizes 32 to 40. Better hurry on
tnia onel For style and quality.
Girl's Snip and Grow
Sizes 2 to 14
Also polished cotton bouffants.
value sensation for .. .
BOYLES FAMOUS DOLLAR DAYS
Smart New Girl's Skirt and Blouse
Coordinates --- $2.95 to $4.95
Smartly Newl Sizes 3 to 14
A FIST FULL BOYLES $ DAYS
OF BIG SAVINGS Full Fashioned
FOR YOU HOSE
Superb quality F2 PAIR
S^/ Superb quality Fine Feathers
BOYLES $ DAYS
Sizes 22 to 30. Assortment of
summer and fall .styles, cot-
tons, rayon suitings and all
wool. Formerly $3.95 to $5.95.
1 Group Ladies Pull over styles
WEATERS 2 for $5
Most orlon. A few banlon
Record values Orlon Cardigans
7irl's Sweaters $2.95
i Regal quality. New autumn shades. 3-14.
BOYLES $ DAYS
g sleeves. es. s 6 to 18. New
terns and beat assortment ever.
h short and long sleeves, values
:o $1.95. Broken sizes. Reduced)
All 2 FOR
SBy Lovable and Queen Excellent with dress or sportswear
PANTY GIRDLES .-.. --Special at 52.001
BOYLES $ DAYS
Sizes 6 to 12
Sizes 14 to 20
Finest Happ quality, flseep
Sizes 2 to 7. Quilted lining.
Made by Mon-Tog.
ii eP+ I~~i ~K
I BOYLES $ DAYS
Built to Any Stage of Completion
On Your Lot
ALL YOU NEED IS YOUI DEED!
- COMPLETE FINANCING
-- CONTACT US FOR DETAILS --
"The ....D.. N
Local Representative for Demetree Homes
PHONE BAII 7-7741 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
39c 20 x 40
Terry Towels 4 for $1
10c Value String
Dish Towels 20 for $1
A real shocking price Twin or Full Size
ELECTRIC BLANKETS__$12.00 -
Why pay one-third to one-half more? No lay-away please SAVE THIS
On any purchase of fall and
$10.00 or More
Phkne 7-4261 Port St. Joe, Florida ..-.
r ~ NW- -4bmve- I 7alom fff~'~--
- Ir ~1II1~I -~Ps~~R""~-~~Y~~-- ---qhl~s~U
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F I W r y2w .
USDA GRAD 'A HL o2 L.Ag
USDA GRADE 'A' WHOLE 2 to 2V4 Lb. Avg.
LIMIT 2 with $7.00 Order or More
PURE PORK PAN
CHOPS or CUTLETS
SCOTT CO. NO. 2y* CAN
Pork & Beans
PLYMOUTH SALAD -- QUART
DOCK-O-WALK BARTLETT .---NO. 2/2 CAN
GERBER and HEINZ
HICKORY SMOKED BUTT or SHANK PORTION
HA A K T ------- A 79cL
FRESH PORK LB.
SPARE RIBS 39c
DELTA NO. 5 JAR
SPRUCE 4 ROLL PKG.
PLYMOUTH NO. 10 JUG
2 Boxes 19c
3 Cans 39c
U. S. NO. 1 WHITE 10 LB. BAG With $7.00 Order
PLYMOUTH -- HALF GALLON
ICE CREAM 9c
--- W-- -- *. w w. w v v <. --
FPEE PARKING BE OUR GUEST
WE PLUG THE METER
12.1 Cu. Ft. HOTPOINT
S ON DISPLAY AT -
PIGGLY WIGGLY -
Each Time You Visit Your Friendly
Convenient PIGGLY WIGGLY
All Entrants Must Be 18 Years of Age or Over .
You Do Not Have To Bo Present To Win -
v- %v -vW -v.- % W__ *- W V
Minutes of the a notion. ,by coomm r Stz.k-
County Commission i W4 odedsb mty commesoner
-. Tarpe and uianmaosly carried,
,aK tha ,ihme oloiWtoS oresolhUf b e'
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA qthe, tolwibe
August 28, 14~0 a~iaopted, to wt:
August 293 1"60 s RESOLUTION
Th Board o County WHEREAS, Brley E. Pairker,
adoners of GuitfCouny. Fltorida met Jr., aud lana Lee Parker have
this date 1n regular session With heiarltOr Pe, ted, Cit y of
the following members pesent: 3' Wewaht orida, to close
C..Harde%, Sr., chairman, OolemanEa
W. Tharpe, A. J. eStrielkad sal .st th Str East th Street
George W. Cooper. The Clerk, Sher- CourtArt Aveneydng East of 4e S4,
itf, AtltorehZ ngineerd oad A tyamompanyb-
SapcritenDet 'were also preset.L division to' the CJTy of WeVahmetl.
The meeting came to order at aan
6; 0 p. t alt WHEREAS, the Cty .A WaaW
Te Carmi. The ohaePmAe tn hit bheretoonorncd onT the T
DeTelopment Compaly fstattng tat ,M X ...S... ... ee...a.-
tat ChPort %Joe.,on..60iea se greea withu tO uVd e aet h Boasof a aetd ,e
proe Cremte rta ee,. ,,,c
e parking g ..erb are hereby close, at11
te so t or objection iiand-,
Si a lWHEREAS, theamte appers to
Mr. W. 0u. Me Okis re guledt-berte tr the beatft terest- of said
his streets be repaired- as 0OU as
possible. The Olhairmapi anioancedCi ndy Cu 00014107c
that these roadsi will be maintaiu- NOW, THEREFORD, BE IT M
oe.t as G SOSao ISLVBED by the Beard Of CounY
10 e. Thro ommiser ain regular session
oert SFiu d e,1i0oee rof O i ndu folyR.D ,role d t of bJt e R e-
Detense for Gulf Oornty advised l tassld, tde Reio.
st he Stav& ththeto had D t ofor the City bre, ad Oe aMe
th otalr thetro te to h a l is hereby preoVedsadthate rse, ast
proved Gulouf C thes' opera 4hSitreetaEastnRhtSraeet.and
Su rvva Pd n. ta e Rate-then -dlscUereed h E t th S ee. a
the poCssbility of W purchasing re- hat ipart of Lake Avenue aid Court
plus o rottho c S avenue lying Eastrd of 4th Street
:Cinete Oiateswithsta of d Gulf Coeunty LaandCoSi-.
C county, to ontrUt dralnae de -tre hae S. l Evdhka of tbe at dth
h iraeo the A olnar d i rion p thert was iea lk a Fq Prha aindte
'Duy glirus 'andin tbeg lh ihe ndoned, and.the same
Ilte utruefaon of GulfADColotyorteweudjned toy the Boandio t-
.oridah, onig certify day ot aMtey, ty chJiin la d e.. 'h o
of 196 e, n mae ieelasiry' or Oo solutioniI of the City of WewablJec-
ty goo r l F lundM the iBoardO ust, 1960 e90(e ).g a
'CuSpnea Tax Ssione< rs Our- erof"e Guo iufhat a pardeay .A
eount d, 10 hereby. earete am R. D. Phrowe; o be d
rate onter dar mrucdo to pe- stineareioa, upoonal Crom.and
ty lying eand rou eing w "ihi'n M Tee Ibe eo ar n
County of Gaa o i State Roadf 7.Flo ADOPTED oby the Boamd te mf eC-
ida, on eth ra se tdayy of uWewZa Geogy Y. 0r e E.C. oHandl Sr.
'10 hchl Aler Ter was a disioion, ere swith rC-er an
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Spe Sunday SchoOL 9:45ur-re to a.m.
ent Wod,10 D. Prows11 to be se00m.
DistWorshnd I & p d: D a county borrow p.mit at $300.00
tri L No.12.25FIRST BAPTISTer CHURCHepon motonby n.
TIoen lerk wnitruo to re- Stidkland, secondedm by CMa.I
uest theSUNDAY SCte RoadD t Cooper amd U mTed, the..Boad
TR GAINING UNION 0:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
tro speed through the "Ri'M MEET- ThG (Wednesday) o8:00 P.M.urthbusine
You Ae on Strdally Road te To beAltrend 'the
Long A e.After Baptist Churchairn
REV ODUM, Florida
Sunday School 9:4S a.m.
WorI WHour' P 11:0 a.m.
BAPTIST TNING UNI ON 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER SERVTGE (Wednesday) 7- 8:00 p.m.
Comer ang Avnuorship God 1th St '
Air Conditioned For Your T omfo A r
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
ng A prison at 20th Ch
Rev. Hlert D. White, Postor
Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
S Mornin W ORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
BAPTEvening WorhST T iNGp 7UNION :45 p.m.
Prayer ServiCe (Thursday) ._. 7:4805 P.M.
Air Conditioned for your Comfort
"Souls HarblAer in the Port Area"
STHE CHURCH OF GODC
Rv of Highland View Pt
WELCOMES YOU -
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:46 ALM.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:N A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:i0 PA.
EVANG UISTIO 8RVrIOB 3:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEWMfiG $00 P.M. (Wd iuday)
Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor
E 4TA;R, Port OL Jo%4Wi;;: ; THU R.S"Y, Septe~mbor '6 AM;;:
. -- ow a % -.-- -'-- -A, 1A.A. w
r THE STAR
Published .Every Thursda At 306 WIlUlams Avenue, Port Stf Joe, Florida
By h Star Publishing Company
W#SzLE~Y-R.RAMSEY Editor and Publishe
AI LInotyje Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proo
S Reader and Bookkeeper
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SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
atered as second-class matter, Decd be 19, 1987, at the Poetoffice, Port St. Joe
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
.... DA BALL. 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS.-In cas of ermr or omissions in advertisements, the publisher
do not hold themselves' liable for damage further, than amount received for nsrtd
advertIsement.'" '. .. .
The, spoken word is .-iTe" scant attention; the .printed word Is theughtifully
Weighed. The spoken word barely assert; the printed word thoroughly convince
SThe spoken word a 'lost; the printed word remains.
Going To Retire? See SS Man
A.ny- perso plau.ng to retire THE STAR, Port It1. JoeFIa.
Education More s a 'ght to .know in avan.a THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 19
r what willlibe isquired when he files
SIm ortant Thl"n fr socia setrity paymentsts ac- Th e office or thlis Maea is locat
m cordini to John V. Carey, di+tr..ct 'at 1135 Harrison Avnue, Pama
rL:l,,U -L:'r'- -mamnager of 'the Panama City so-.ial CIty. The telephone number is PC
e, 'hdi WorkingI- security office. 1s r 3-5331.
Oyster Season Starts Today, Sept. 1,
Will Continue Through April 1960
TALLAHASSEE-WIt's tertie the demand greater than last year's
again, .the SLate Board of Conser- 'peak. The. 1959 production hlit a 15
*ton .renmided this week. With "year record'.
lthe fist duayof tSeptemaber, Florida' ,Acording to Director Ernest
,dyatera become legal carer eroa IMitfs, F ridlda oysters, are going
rlc .bedR Tthe a season eir noai in increasing quantities,
SOys.t.er oeptera on Florida's 'tcrs.i A rthig in the fEavior I
ziorbhrwest coast are lookiag ptr. rat. Withn 1
*anrd to a better Ithan ever season ts fgrowthrid ate. Wir can rean8
t -is year. eThe'gcroplooks good, a te lega size of three incihes. Up
nd rth' it takes three or four years
Last 'sar's oyster crop, worth
For about $5 0,000, totaled nearly 1%
S lNGSBERRY s. Moat A ca
.X...I .P -K from Ba| Gult, Ci.trs and Franik-
LIIN ....a..ae G ]mifn O tia
LIVIlNG Sea tLr a-lso came off 'te clos-
Sed season .st on Sepltember 1. Tur-
.: .. .,.. .... U:e iait ndi eggs are protected
;-.. $S- -- 'he year 4oud', however, and, may,
nOlt be mn.ested nor destroyed.
Barrier Builders .o o HUND.AY
irert doesn't cost-it PAV,
THEY DIED NE LESSLY
Abraham Lincoln's boy died of a nlarial infection.
William McKinley died- of perito s produced by
a bullet-vwound. Calvin Coolidge' son died of an
infection that developed in a blister ed foot. A few
dollars worth of drugs drugs hat we take for
granted today, but that didn't exist years ago -
would have prevented these deaths. That's why ..
Tbday's Prescription Is thiSiggestiBargain In History'
*~.- a. -
236 Reid Ave
I I I
Phone BAll 7-5111
TALLAHASSEE-Don't drop out
lotf. shool to go to 'work because'
education today is more valuable
than ever before in competing for
employment in modern industry.
State .Industrial Coanmission
Ohairman James T. Vooelle direet-
ed this warning to the young *peo-
ple of Florida, now hearkening to
the sound of fall schooll bells. An
estimated 75,000 Florida young peo-
pl' worked) this summer, and Vo-
celre urged them to return to
"You can stay in school and work
'too, if 'you need a j ob for financial
reason's or if you desire to get val-
uaable work experience," Vocelle
sa y in addressing school-age
Staying in school, Vocelle ex-
plained, does not prevent young
people trom ,working at suitable
jobs ,outside school hours under
ithe aws of Florida. Most jpbs are
open to yoths 16 and' over. In this
The requirements depend, upCa
,each individual case. A wage earn-
<.r, or salaried person, filing for
benefits will need to bring his so-
cial security card, proof of age;
and a copy of 'his last W-2 form. A
iself-employed person, puclh as a
businessman or ,armer, will need.
to furnish a copy (of his most recent
Federal tax return, along with caQn-
celled check .or report shdowin g'
that the social security self-eam-
ployment Itax has been paid. Copies
of thb etax returns wll not be re-
turned but the cancelledl check or
receipt will be returned to the cmlaI-
mnant. It the claim iis. being filed
for a child or iby ithe retiree's wife,'
the claimant should bring along
the birth ,cretificate for the child'
and' a marriage certificate to sup-
po'rt his wife',s claim. Proot of age
can ibe such things 'as an 'old insur-
ance policy, old' ifamly records, or
certified copy iof public or church
record, including birth cretificatee
or b'apitisima'l eertifioalte.
State youths of 14 adn 15 canL I Furth.er information In regards to
work in certain Jloibs outside isch'otl this can be obtained by contacting,
hours. Such, work, he said, cam be your nearest social 'security office.
a useful aid stimulating part of
their education. I -I
"I,. you want sudh 'work," V,)- up 'to eight hours on ,non-sichool
cele .said, "you' need' to take legal
Wpotf of your age and a promise
of employment from an employer
to ihe cotny superintendent of
schools -ifor a work permit."
The Florida OChld Labor Larw al-
alow1 young 'People under 16 ito
work In noiwhazardouis jobs be-
ti een 6:30 a.m. and 8 p.m. up to
three 'hours on 'days' when school
is sch'edulledi for 'the following day
DIAL BAll 7-4331
'I. 11 ----- -
/ ^Please g e"nd me thM 9'x 12'-I00% Viscose Tweed Rug
M "1a a-dvetle for only $29.95. I agroe to pay $1 Down
Choice of Tweed Colors:
1 3 LACK and WHITE BROWN and WHITE
0S, BEIGE BROWN, WHITE  GREEN, BEIGE, WHITE
CITY STATE __-
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days. They can work on six ays,
'or up Ito 40 hours-a week. Fourteen
and 15-year-old' youths 'can work
until 10 .p.m., fR 't'ere is no 'school'
the 'toll'owiing day. Sixteen' aid. 17-.
year-olds can work between 5 a.m.
aid 10 p.m.
.ssS,, SA.S W mWW A.' -.
COMPLETE PHOT O SERVICE
MOVIr. FILM BLACK and WHITE COLOR
FAST QUALITY ROLL FILM SERVICE
104 Bayview Drive Phone 7-8681 Highland View, PFl.
0".."o provides enough
r H //orArAFR
to do more than
10 washer-loads of
clothes every day!
INDEPENDENT LABORATORY TESTS SHOW
that, over a 30-day test period, an LP-GAS water heater,
fired with Warrengas fuel, delivered 13,460 gallons more
of 160F. hot water than a larger electric water heater.
GET ALL THE HOT WATER YOU NEED
...WHEN YOU NEED IT!
With Warrengas fuel and a modern, efficient LP-
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BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
222 REID AVE. PDRT ST. JOE, FLA.
/ PHONE BALL 7-4261
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
ERLMA M. BOYLES
ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS J
GLADYS S. GILL Li:
EARLINE SNELL ..Ladies' and Childr
G'UY N. MIDDLETON .-.....-- Men's and Boy
ngerie and Hosiery
s' Wear and Shoes
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
1 GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ROBERT ALLEN BECHTEL
EDNA CAROLINE BECHTEL
NOTICE TO: Edna Oaroline
Bechltel, whose place of residence
is 3218 McMic'hael iStret, Phila-
On or beibore dihe and! day of Oe-
tober, A.D., 1960, ite dfenadait,
Edna Caroline Bechtel da reqaimed
to serve upon Cecil G. Coetin, Jr.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address
is 221 Retid Avenue, Port St. 3Se,
Florida, a copy of aand fle9 with, the
Clerk of said Court, the original .f
an answer to the BlI of Complaint
filed' against her herein.
WITNESS my hand and official.
'seal of isald Court at WewwAhtohtta,
Gulf County, Florida, ftis 29th, ay
of August, A.D., 1960.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Oouat
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-9-1
901 A l.
f 6 6 symptomatic
doorstep. uur store is literally
bulging with new Fall merchan-
dise (the most carefully selected
stock we've had in years). A
iarge quantity of merchandise
must be moved immediately and
some of the prices are downright
ridiculous The whole story can-
not be told in one advertisement.--
Please come and see for yourself
the untold saving to be had at
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES FOR THE
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF FLOR-
IDA, MARIANNA DIVISION
IN THE MATTER OF: )
GORDON HALLMARK and )
CATHERINE HALLMARK, as)
co-partners, trading as )
HALLMARK'S DEPART- )
M.ENT STORE, )
IN BANKRUPTCY NO. 119-M
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Trustee in Bankruptcy, E.
T. Pridgeon, Jr., Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, will offer for sale the goods,
wares and' merchandise, including
store fixtures of the above-named
bankrupt for the highest and best
cash bid at public auction at the
premises of the bankrupt business,
308 Reid, Avenue, IPort St. Joe,
Florida, at 2:00 p.m., EST, Wed-
nesday, Sepltemiber 8, 1960. AllH ales
shall be subject to confirmation by
Dated al Talilahassee, Florida,
this 20th day of August, A. D., 1960.
ROBERT M. ERVIN
Referee tn Bankruptcy
Sue l *ho Star To A Friend
LmembeUtIr a onee0 9si a
iduy's wor k or a hen."
Letts keep smiling, friends,
and make this shopping business
more pleasant, thrilling and econ-
omical. Try BOYLES prescription
for quick, thrifty cash shopping.
You-are the best people -In th
world I S'long 'til next week.
YAZOO POWER no job too
rough, too tough Big Wheel
PERFORMANCE easy hand-
ling, maneuverability DURA.
antees long years of trouble-free
Ask for a demonstration
St. Joe Auto Parts
309 Williams Ave. Ph. 7-2591
NEED A PLUMBER?
Plumbing Installation Repairs
Contract Work A Specialty
Brand Name Plumbing Fixtures
-CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE-
TWO LICENSED PLUMBERS ON DUTY TO SERVE YOU
BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE
1107 GARRISON AVE.
PHONE BAll 7-2641
DOUGLAS LANDING FISH CAMP
FISHING and HUNTING
CLEAN DRY BOATS MOTORS CABINS
BOATS LAUNCHED, 50c
T. 0. (Tater) POITEVINT
SUPER-DUPER HOLIDAY DOLLAR
DAYS ON THE MENU AT BOYLES!
Dear Fraeanids: BOYLES during this Holida:
La"t week, The Tattler appeared lar Days. There's a FREE
again, after a 'long summer vaca- vance Pattern with every
tion. It was most heartening to chase regardless of the an
have a number of our friends and Make your own selection
-readers mention te fact they had help yourself. Free pencil
read it and' headed for Boyles im- available for the school girl
medIlately. Thank vonu so much for boys (a good one, tool) Be
your interest and loyalty. Tha.ak to save the Valuable C'
you again for th[e enthusiastic re- from our Dollar Days ad. I
caption given .our new Shoe Depakt-' resents more savings. We
aent. We shall continue to strive pate a near riot at Boylei
Ito improve service and values in week end and there'll be
this department 'as well 'as store- salespeople to serve you.
wide. We are particularly literest-
ed in rendering an' improved shoe Now, alet's have a beriet 'I
service en Gulf County 'and 'vicJi- the lighter side o' selling:
oty. Wil yout please make suggee -wildered man 'enteaeed a
tion's freely and, tell us' how we can specialty shop. "I want a cor
do a better job. Some of our best my wife", he said. "What
dieap. lwe come from our custom- 'asked 'the saleswoman. "N<
ess and friends& It jbsst wore out" Whi
grocer informed' her that thi
Now, my friends, this Septem- lotf eggs was 60c a dozen uit
: ber Dollar Day Event is a Lulul an 'exclatied: "Why that'
Yspti'l see details on page htree cents for each egg." "Yes, M
and a handbill should be on your said' the man, "but you mi
lA- Ah. t-lre is iJ-jD w55
..for the lady who
It's time for fun! You'll find
j :j 0 everything you may need for a picnic,
beach party, backyard cook- out or
whatever the activity may be for this
,,. last, big, three day week end.
Suggested foods from IGA will tempt
the appetites of young and old. Yu
save more, too!
pushes the cart
Port St. Joe, Florida
WE DESERVE LIMIT RIGHTS
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING
Air Conditioned for Your Comfort *
SPECIALS FOR SEPTEMBER 1, 2 and 3
To Be Given Away Saturday P.M.
Yoq Do Not Have To Be Present To Win.
Sunbeam or ideal
12 Oz. Pkg.
IDEAL or SUNBEAM -
TABLE RITE LEAN ,
SWIFT'S SEMINOLE SLICED
TABLE RITE HEAVY .BEEF
CH UCK ROASI
13 OZ. LOAF
* IGA Fresh Produce&. ,-
-. wwuv-~ ~ .w~ .,. .tw..-
-. iiI ,- -~-'
With Grocery Order
BAKE-RITE With $5.00 Order
,3 Lbs. 49c
IGA -- PINT JAR
IGA TABLE RITE
NEW YORK BONELESS STEAKS-- lb. 89c
RIB STEAKS .-__._.--.lb.69c
FROSTY MORN i
or WHOLE L. LB.4
I" A M T HALF. LB. 53
RIB BEEF ROAST lb.65c
ALL MEAT STEW lb.69c
GEORGIA and FLORIDA --GRADE 'A' SMALL
NO. 2 CAN
IGA SLICED PINEAPPLE can 33c
NO. 2/2 CAN
MISS GEORGIA PEACHES 2 cans 49c
ROBIN HOOD -- 10 LB. BAG
IGA--/4 LB. PKG.
ICED TEA 59c
LUZIAN'NE 2 OZ. JAR
INSTANT COFFEE 19c,
4O.. OAN 3 FOR
Hawaiian Punch $1.00
I Ir -11
-%OW-W --r, P %O~ -w I '-
II I I i ~iPI~I~B~iB~d~ sb I I I-s I Rp~a
TEl$ STAR, 8$. Joe FI THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1960
VEADIEDSSP ..WSTWFH '
FOR RENT: Gult Service Station mico Lodge Apartments and 'I'rail
Apply at St. Joe Motor Co. Port er Park, White City. tie-6-3
St Joe, Fla. e FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom Call Mrs. Paul Farmer, BAl
attraetivelf furnished "apart. 7-2565. tfc-7-7
ments. Cool in simmer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans. IPOR RENT: 2 bedroom .unfurndsh-
They have tp be seen to be appre- ed apartment, upstairs. Water
coated. Also nice Trailer parking furnished. $35.00 mao. Pimole' 7-8642,
ezace. Phone 7-8820 or'J9-9133. 'Wi- inquire at 1904 Garrison Ave.- f c
"AS A BREADWINNER ... I know milk helps
f keep me at my peak of energy. I drink
plenty, because I can't afford 'let-downs'l"
.. .... .
DISTRIBUTOR for BORDEN'S DAIRY PRODUCTS
Phone NEwton 9-4388, Collect Wewahitchka, Fla.
52i9.e&.. 2^ me'.s1 .M .tl#t~a ^. ^..: .1.
from- Gulf Co.'s most complete Tire Service
NEW TIRE SPECIALS
NEW GATES TIRES are now going at special
introductory. prices. Buy the fastest selling
fire in Gulf County. I-.....m m
Tube-type, black wall Plus tax and
Quality Gates Cold Rubber
Plus Tax and Recappable Tire
Safe, Silent & Tops in Traction: Deep cold
rubber tread has more than 8,0010 gripping
edges; new design increases area of contact
with road. This combination reduces slippage
-gives you superb, noiseless traction.
Low profile Air-Float Deluxe is bull in
revolutionary new shape actually, the run-
ning shape of a tire! Reduces flexing that
causes heat build-up and tread scuffing. A
major reason you get fully 25% more mileage!
Conventional tire running on the road
bulges, flauen s u, 4uff; th[ :rejd, generjtes
heat in uire boJd to sh.'rin n [ie.
AS LOW AS
BUY YOUR TIRES FROM TIRE SPECIALISTS -- Buy famous GATES TIRES with their lifetime
Guarantee. W need tirp carcasses for our Recap Shop and we are offering big trade-ins to
get them We have the only Trueing Machine in Port St, Joe.
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
Phones 9-1291 and 0-1221 223-25 Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
FOR RENT: Small furnished ap- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom concrete FOR SALE: Beach property at St. WANTED: Family to live in three
artmerLt. Dining bedroom, kitchen block 'house. Large Florida room. Joe Beach. Three furnished cot- room house on Wetapo Creek.
and. 'bath. Phone 9-1301. tip Call Bruce Dwiggins, BAll 7-2296.. tages on-four lots. One lot on cor- Rent free for looking 'after stock.
ner. Separately or as unit Call Located' on regular school' route.
FOR RENT: 3 unfurnished houses FOR SALE: Ford Customline,- 4- 648-4299. tte-7-28 See or contact, R. C. Maddox, We-
at Sit. Joe Beach. 1 3,bedrobm t 'oor, V-8, -radio 24one light, ex- wahltchka.
and 2'2-bedroom. See I. W. Duren. tra clean. Low. mileage. Good tires FOR SALE: Morris 1000, '59 mo-
San 7- SFe t Dur Former owner, the late B. B. Conk- deL See to appreciate. In perfect MOVING AND STORAGE across
Sor phone 7-3171 or 7-5511. tfc-8-12 Iln. See Mrs. B. B. Conklin, 2622 condition. Sell equity or trade for town or across the nation. Ag-
-- West 9th St., Panama City. Phone larger, car. Braxton Ward. Phone enta for Mayflower. Gall us or see
FOR RENT: Large 2 'bedroom PO 3-4766. lie 7-3316. tfc-8-18 us for free estimates. SURPLUS
house unfurini.shed. Screen porch SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Mon-
caiport, storage, gas tank, near FOR SALE: At Mexico Beach, 2 FOR SALE ument Ave. Phone 7-4051. 4tc-8-18
school. Also one small 2 bedroom bedroom house. Nice work shop, 320 acres of woodland. 4 miles -
house 'unfurnished, gas. tank, near large carport. Ceramic top double South of Wewahitchka. Planted WANTED: Pairt or full time, 2 la-
Ssheool. BAll 9-1681. tic sink, plenty of cupboards. Phone with pines, 3 years old. Priced for dei. Sell Stainiaey home products.
648-4122, Mrs. Buckloh. tfc-8-12 good investment. Eaarniings $70.00 to $100.00 weekly.
FOR RENT: Fu nneshed' garage ap- -3 acres of waterfront property Write 901 Fairy Ave., Panama Cdty
arntment. 2 bedrooms. 1015 Mon- FOR SALE: Lots in Jonesville, 75x located on Creek that flows into or all SU 5-7965. 2tc
umenit Ave. Call 7-7396. B. C. Gail- 239 or lots 158x239. Cash or on Ideal for fish camp or retirement
lard. time. Sarash Sheffield, 529 4th St., home. WE BUY srpa- material. Durex
1- Port S't. Joe. 4tp-8-12 -10 lots at St. Joe Beach in one Sicralp Maiterial Co., offers you
FOR RENT: Furnished and' unfur- block. Priced for good investment. highest cash prices veer paid in
nished houses. $35.00 per- io. and FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 2 -Nice home located on Hunter thiss area. Load' up your scrap and
,up. Beach 'lots 'for sale, $9.98 down, yaers old. Call Mark Frimodig, Circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, deep 'head 'towad Durex. We buy all old
balance easy. Call 648-4352 or BAl1 phone 7-8786. tfc-8-12 well pump, situated on 2 lots. 6% cars, 'tin, steel, cast iron and all
7-7771 c-9 HAIN LINK FENCE: For free years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal- 'estls-. Palo Al to hnd 17th St.,
FOR RENT: One bedroom furnish- estImatecall C. W, Long. BAll ance on VA mortgage at $57.00 Panama ity. Phone PO 3-5382.
.ed OaiprNtment. Phone 7-4511 or 7-3974. tfc-7-28 per month. att- a-i25
see Mrs. Charles Browne, 305 6th 3 bedroom house at Wad M dge. CARPORTS, screen porches, pa-
St. ftfc-9-1 FOR SALE Na'erly new, priced', s S. R 9 s
three bedroom house with Flor- THE PRIDGEON AGENCY tiici and' cabanas. For free esti-
FOR RENT: New 3-bderoonm fur- ica room on Marvin Avenue. Pur- 3C1 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe ma Jbes, call C. W. Long, Phone
.nished' house 'at St. Joe Beach. 'chase owner's equity 'and assume 7-3974. tfc-8-25
$7500 imo. See Bill Carr or call existing mortgage on balance. CHRISTMAS CARDS: Over s 350
7-8111. tfc-9-1 A large wto bedroom house on name imprinted cards, business NOTICE
Garrison with large carport and and personal, to choose from at a ot e responsible for any
FOR SALE: Baby bed in good utility room. Oak floors. 10% discount 'it selected .before' debt changed to me other than
condition. $15.00 Phone 7-4911. New concrete block three bed- October 1. Come by or cali Mrs. those made by mysble personally.
room hou-se 'at St. Joe Beach. Has Jacquelyn, K. Quarles, 209 Ninth afealtive this date, Augupst 25, 1960.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at large living room, screened porch St., Po'hne 9-1691. 5tc-9-1 BERT HALL 4tc-8-25
1710 Palm BiBlvd. Two years old. 'and carport. -
Living room drapes, garbage dis- A large new hqme overlooking WANTED: Young single man for FOR YOUR WATKINS Products
posal included. Call BAll 7-2311. St. Joseph's Bay. Approximately t. ock work. Awo sh interested in needs call 9-1195 or write W. L.
.-. -- --- 2,000 sq. fit. of 'living 'area plus, over- learning ithe shoe ,business. Write Burkett, Box 482, Port 'St. Joe:
FOR SALE: House on itwo 50x150 size 'two. car garage. ,and utility ibox 279, City.,, tfc-5-26
lots. Owner leaving ifor &school. room. Central air ,conditioning and
'Pay owner's equity and assume pay- heat. Eight rooms, 'two complete ATTENTION, IVAN OR WOMAN: EPTIC TANKS 'pumped out. Call
ments. Excellent buy at only $4225. .atIhs, oak' floors. Serve consumers with Rawleigbh Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
See 'at White ,City or call Preston I We ican assist you in financing Products in Guif County. Must have quick expert service. tfe
Wingate at 9-2421. 11t` 'anyr of the above homes. desire 'to earn $100 per week and IF YOU ARE INTERESTED ini
S- FRNENC p. See H. H. Benson, Compass saving money see us for anything
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet210" 221ReidAve. Phone BAll 7-3491 Lake 'or write sawuleigh's Dept. you need in your home. STOP and
44d'5or with automatic transmiAs- FAI-100-27, Mempihis, Tenn. 3t-91 SWAP SHOP.
Odin. Pay small equity and assume ..--
payments. Phone 7-7546. Itp FOR SALE: 25' inboardt boat with ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners
-___ Chevrolet 'engine. Marine -trans- YOUR CHOICE ofnl'ce radios from and floor polishers. Sales and
FOR SALE: Good used refrigera- mission. Phone 7-7911. 4tp-8-18 $8.95 up. Good u sed gas hot wa- service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Mc-
'tors and stoves. All' priced to sell. ter heaters, '$24.94,to $39.50. Frtigi- Clellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone
An assortment of books, 25c each FOR SALE: 7-room home, 2 baths dailtre automatic 'washer in good BAll 7-3781 tic
or five for $1.00. .SURPLUS .SALES and 2-unit apa rtment' b'illding on .condition, $59.50. SURPLUS SALES
of ST. JOE, 112 Monument Ave. laa ge corner 'lot. Convenient 'to of ST. JOE, 112 Monument Ave., FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
Phone'7-4051. school. WAite box 279, Port St. Joe. phone 7-4051. with 65 'h.p motor. Sleeps two,
head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy
Gibson or call BAll 7-5771.
New 2-bedroom House
With one and a half bathe
Full Price, $9875.00
$1500 down $75 month
Here's a modern home with
many custom built extras. Just
perfect for small family or
couple. Ideal location.
See the Pink House on Rachel
Dr. in Mexico Beach. Owner
NOW anyone can ;bhuy DIRECT
f- TT ti fT'nfr'K-TlVINTT dr
iru. f U. S. U GOVERNMENT Ji'N iv1iN URV
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, PLUS DEPOTS, 'by mail for your-
THE ,AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- self or for resale. Cameras, blioc-
ing first and third Thursday nights u]lars, cars, jeeps, trucks, boats,
8:00 vp.m., American Legion Home. hardware, 'office machines and
..AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 equipment, tents, tools and tens-
hour.' Cut your lawn and let me of-thousands of other items at a
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf fraction of their .original cost.
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- Many items brand' ,new. For list
son, Phone 7-7501. of hundreds of U. S. Government
Surplus Dpeots, located -in 'every
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0. State and overseas with' pa ipthlet
0. F.-Meets second and fourth "How Government Can Ship Direct
Thursday, 7:30 p.m in American To You," plus procedures, HOW
'-.egion Hall. All members urged to TO BUY 'and how to get FREE
attend. SURPLUS, mail $2.00 to SURPLUS
Noble: Grand: Bernard Pridgeon SALES INFORMATION SERVICES
Secretary: Theo Bishop PBox No. 1818, Wash 13, D. C. tf
COMPLETE THREE PIECE
TUB, LAVATORY and COMMODE
and all brass fittings needed to install
$129.95ILWEL Supply Co.
BILDWEL Supply Co.,
Drivers who pay attention to
things like traffic signals and con-
sequently have good records may
drive straight through. Substan-
tial savings can be yours with
ECONOMY PLUS insurance. This
special insurance provides opti-
mum coverage at considerably less
than usual rates because it is
issued only to careful drivers.
ECONOMY PLUS is written by one
of the nation's foremost capital
stock insurance companies. And
not the least of'-its virtues is, it
assures you the prompt, personal
service, whenever you need it, of
your independent insurance agent.
ASK US ABOUT IT TODAY.
ADDISON INSURANCE AGENCY
116 Monument Ave. BAll 7-4051 Port St. Joe, Fla.
- --- U'
[. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
1., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome.
David H. Jones, High Priest.
Joel Lovett, Secretary
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.
T., W DAVIS
# Years of training and expe- 4
t rience qualify your doctor to
prescribe medications in
8 exactly the right amount.
FOLLOW HIS DIRECTIONS
They are as important as the
SFor prompt, dependable
Service, bring your prescrip-
tion to us.
Drive-In Window Service
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
Sb i t AuUst 26 0t 71001 Ml STAR, Port St. Jo, Ploies THURSDAYI, SPTRM4;R 1.1024.
DtolW ShrdlA t hoe t pw.
continued rom .. P agLong Avenue Baptist Circl Meetings E the to"g, toh elped, Jery Elementay School n m.
mourt re.wtosg ace he Sutd*W celebrate: Befty Jean Skippr, Bo Lunch ROOm MIVeo THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8
ouiret asked' A l &of ai Richter, Mary Lou Skipper, Ben. Fried chicken, buttered rice, Eug-
estions asked. A thg of bt. restt Thou Not?" was the to- Hellen. twelve members were Anmtrong, Helen- Peak, Jeanette Port St. Joe Elementary School s pe, -osd ald peac
A nei of e worked out. BA th g that diussed in the August Cirole .prese efaitad one new member, Mrs. Amstroing, Joe- Brock, Archie MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6b n, ol
ay .eoer pbe ,oaed u But whe meetings of the Long Avenue Bap- Brooks Cobb, was welcomed. Mrs. Floyd, Albert Hudson, Gene Me- No school-Labor Day. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9
their or tre goals of NAAOP tist Woman's Missionary Society. Durel Brignan presided in the ab- Oormiok, Carlos Adkinsaon and Oar- TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 Tu. ish salad, green :butter
are ever worked out amd boi n the 15th anniversary of the sence of the circle cairma. The 01 Whitehurst. Everyone enjoyed S age, btered pottoe, tr beas, cabbage anid carrot sald,
into being, it will not ..be doppng of dAe atomic bomn), we program was given by Mrs. Charles'a pleasant evening. nip greene, carrot gttk, stswed wite bread and e e
or two ceseeded. Aot enerati a t hear the Japanese say "Ca- Marshall, program chairman, Mrs pr nes,white D bread andY nP -TEMBE-kR -*
oto eeea eg; Thou: Not That We Persh?" Ferris Tarantino, Mrs. Kenneth Presbyterian Men To WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
sonv tle delays aer n a as- Te program presented some evi- Tyler, Mrs. Clyde White, Mrs. To:n Hold ConferenceH b e snap beast, slicei d- hS To A
nle nces of Southern Baptists co Ford, and Mrs. B. A. Ooier. Theoc
White man and Negro adse 'le cern: a our .121 miesionarie3, 73 meeting was closed with prayer by Tlhe annual' conference of (the
wto live maongsi d ero tione eatl churfes andM2,419 Japanese Bap- Mrs. Brigman. The September Presbyterian Men's Work of tie
peto ae. aloneisher ra e a no orti'it, ir schools, publication work, meeting wiUl ,be with Mrs. David Synod of Florlia wilt be held, in
accept sN t ra c ans e oastho i~ hospitalss. student centers, Chris- Jenkins.the Deauvile Hotel, Miami Beach,
accept i aati mn home, good wi center work, september two trough four. The
jacksoAsle. .kindergartens, falmthu nationals theme ot the Oonfwence is "The 1'Pa ,I i.
CARD OF'TH AK and mass evangelistic ralies. Garden Club Has g word vig Me
S wCARD OF THANKS cereDr. J. Wayte F tlton, Jr'., Synod's
appreciation to our friends for their circle one met Tuesday nmor- nu l Di er t Me e program seae are ou
prayers and thoughtfulii deedsex- August23 at 9:30,, home -thatt program speakers aeout-
prayed us atnd h time of our eed e A t 23 at 9:30, thae eome The Port St. Joe Gardea lub tadiand nd especially selected cr Famous Name -- Reg. 49c yd.
en accident. me of our re Mrs Joe erre. Thre e met at e St. James Parish House the Men of bite Churh. Rev. J. M o- Prints "
Albertand Hulean Thmnen maanmers present. The pro- on 'ursda, August 25 at 1:30 DoweU RicharTds, President of O. CO-tton P ltS .. y S. 8 C
Albert and Huean Thm ra .onJapan was presented. b Sixteen members ad a umbia Thologi Seminary, will
r. Mrss. oh Bel, J., Ferre ton, M rs. Ralph WL. rd, ests eioyedi a deltoious nch speak on, "The Lvimng Word for
Mar. and Mr. John Beasley, Jr., Mrs.- Tommy Braxton,% Mr M. L. served ibutfet style. Officers of the Living Men--As He Lives With
,and son, Lloyd, have returned' from Brit and Mrs. J. 0:. Luas. The club were in charge of serving. His FamAily."
a visit with Mrs. John Beasley, Sr., l meeting wa .osedt with prayer by During the business meeting, Dr. MJanford Gutse, Professor FAMOUS COTTONS
in Homerville, Ga. Ms FerreM. The next meeting Mrs. Tom Moon president, presi- of ElS Bible it Colubia Se -
Sbe with Mrs. W. Sykes, ed. The meeting was opened i y w t peak on "The Living C perinch 3 yds. $1.00
_September 20. the club prayer, followed by ru Word or Living Men-As He
CIRCL T HREE ,tne business The 1960-61 year I.lves With Himse."
Onircle Three met Monmday after- ooks were diistribujted .0o tbhoe- Dr. James A. Jones, Presidentt of
noon at 3:30 with Mks. Keith Ward. ._ a ,. Union Theological Seminary, Rich-
ipvn..aa ud ~Ct4UG l 1JJAd ~JU nif Telgc&Seiay ih
The meeting was opened' by ihe
Oirole chairmaan, Mrs. H. Y. Zip-
preer. The Royal Service program
was given. Present were Mrs. Hol-o
ton Lewis, Mas. W. (P. Dockery,
Mrs. George McLawihon, Mrs. Joe
Alligood 'and Mrs. Ward'.
Oincle Four met Tuesday evening
,at eight o'clock wit .Ms. Fred
Perry. Mrs. N. G. Mwartin, Oircle
chairman, presided. The .program
was given by Mrs. Martin, Mr.
Perry a .idMrs. Early Weeks. There
was one 'visitor present, Mrs. Oecil
Circle Five met Monday nglht
with Mmr. Doyle Retherford with
seven memn'ber present. TVhe .crcle
chairman, Mrs. L. E. Voss, present-
ed die program and a. short ,bus-
mess meeting was hoaeld. The Sep-
*teimiber meeting 4wil be in ithe home
of Mrs. Voas.
.Orcale Six smet Monday evening,
August 15 in- the home of Msra Roy
mond, Va., wilM speak on the aSOb-
ject, "The LiAmig Word for Living
Men-Ae He Ifies With: Hi Comn-
E. A. Andrews, Jr., Secretary of
Assembly's Men's Work wi speak
on "The ULtaig Word for Living
Men--As He Limes With His
The Oonference 'will opea Friday
at 4:00 p.m. with registration and
wil close Sunday at noon. There
ill be many imen rom North Fr-
ida in aitendiaaee.
USE OUR LAY-AWAY
Hiway 22 across from Gulf Coast Electric Coop.
"TWO DAYS ON Y 1 4
FRIDAY and SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2 and 3
GET A BEAUTIFUL 5x7 PICTURE
present ano fa o eacn, t Jrcie arw-
man ito be given to those not pres-
eat, by the year book committee.
The books were memeographe'd
and assembled .by Mrs. Terry Hi,
note, a anmember of the Gladiolus
OCirle and were most complete aund
Mrs. Hinote presented' the club
'with two beauitifu silver bowls-
,one to ,be given to *each circle, to
be used as award in a membership
drive. This is to be known as the
"Vehia Hinote Award". The rules
of 'the contest are as foliowS:
1. The secretary .of each .rce.
keep an accurate record -ofat the
members 'andi of new members ae-
cured by members.
2. New members pay des...
3. New members attendd at (least
halt of the maeatangs subsequent .to
4. No new meinbers wiil .be coumit-
'ed' wwho enro during the last moOn
, the Omub: Year..
Mrs. Ralph Nance xf ithe Azaldi
Circle gave a most interesting and
daiorantive lecture d emonSlraULio
on, "Tthe FPudamentLals oj Flower
Arnmging'". She S discussed in. detail
the types of containers most use-
aul, necessary equivmnentain4' "wihure
it can b eo aured and SUitable Pilant
Material. Her 'ti was illustrated
with at least te, lovely andi color-
ful arrangeme af gaden g d ow-
-era amd plant sn.terlai that can be
grown in any yard in Port St. Joe.
She then discuss,d >eahr arrange-
menUt as to line, form, balance and
suitability of plant material.
Tihe meeting closed with the eon-
servation pledge and a. prayer by
the Rev. Harry Batabit, Rector of
By HAZEL CREAMER
Mrs. Florida Roberts of Sopoeao-
py was *a week end visitor of the
linton, Cox family. Mr&. Fena Mc-
Phalut was a dinner guest of th
Cox family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. assidy and son
and Jay Laird of DePunlak Springs
spent Saturday with heir sister
and daughter, Mrs. C. 0. Peterson,
Lanre Wooten and Corbitt Col-
nswortlh of DeFuniak Springs
spent Saturday with the J. R.
Friends of Mrs. Paul Peak will
be interested n, knowing she is
home -after being a patient at the
Municipal, Hospital for several
days. She is teelimg mniuch better.
Gene Cox 'left Monday Efor Toocoa
Falls High 'School in Toocoa, Ga.,
where he expects, to complete his
senior year. He was accompanied to
Tallahassee by his father, Clinton
W. B. Holland and son Grover
Lee 'visited in Graoeville during the
Dwight Minger and J. R. Hewett
spent Sunday in Westville and Pen-
sacola with relatives.
Friends of Mrs. Chester Adamns
will be interested' to know she is
home from the hospital and is t eel-
ing much better.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Suggs and
sons of Panama City visited Wed-
nesday with the C. A. Griftin, and
Mr. and Mrs. Darvid Coley of
Sneads visited wtth relatives here
Cylinder Carpenter and family of
Palanebto visited thetr daughter,
Mrs. Georgia Peak and family dir-
'ig the week end.K
Jerry Peak was honored on hida
One or two children in each family
will be photographed singly for only
48c. Groups $1.00 per person. Ex-
tra child-5x7, $1.50.
Your choice from beautifully finished
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Extra 5x7's if you like. lst-$1.50,
Each extra $1.00 if bought in the
store, but you will not be urged to
EXTRA SPECIAL!! Finished.wallet size
less than 50c each in group of 4.
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