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STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1954
FOR TODAY'S NEEDS
HOME OR CAR REPAIRS
DOCTOR OR DENTAL BILLS
BETWEEN PAY DAY CASH
Prompt, Friendly Loans for any good Purpose
UNION FINANCE lCO.
GRogers, Miss Martha Ray and Baptist Northwest Coast night at the Cove Baptist Church Attend Football Game
NEWS FROM Glenn Garrett spent SaUuay n Association To Meet Here ot Panama City. 1 Jack Justice and Coach Marion
11 I JI Panama City ---- |ura ---- Craig attended the Florida-Clem-
Highland Viss June City, Mrs. Vester The first session of the twentieth
Gh V Burke and daughter, Glenda, Mrs. annual meeting of the Northwest Star Want Ads Get Results son football game in JacksonvS e t e
by MARGIE ROGERS George Skipper spent the week end Coast Baptist Association of Flor- Sunday.
SVMernon with relatives. ida,' will meet at the First Baptist
Mr. and M'rs. G. W. Skipper and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hewett Church of Port St. Joe tonight Yt
son Billy, Mrs. Vester Burke and Spen gthe week end in DeFuniak (Thursday) at S:00 p.m. Reav. J, On
onvAre Cordially Invite. To Attend
daughter, Glenda and Miss JuneSiigs with the latter's mother, C. Odum, clerk of the association
Chitt spent the week end in'Bon- Mrs. J. Wooten. states that *messengers from 21
ifay and Vernon, attending the Ro- 'C Ad J f ano- churches and three Missions are Long Avenue Baptist Church
dea Saturday night. ga, Tenn., spent afew days with expected to attend. The first ses-
his parents and family, Mr. and sio will consist of reports p
We welcome Miss June Chitty to Mrs. Ourtis Adams, Sr. sion will consist o reports spec REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
is working with the Mr. ial music by the choir of the Long
his city he and Mrs. Junior Capps and Avenue Baptist Church, election of SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
St. Joe Paper sons Freddie and Donald spent the officers, appointment of commit- MORNING WORSHIP -------- 11:00 a.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Pelham Revells, week end in Kinard with the lat- tees, and a Doctrinal message by BP I R--AI-- 6:45 P.m.
Mr. and Mrs. L.-H. Kelly and Mrs. ter's mother, Mrs. Lula Kemp and Rev. W. A. Frye, Pastor of the BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -. 6:45 p.m.
Eula Rogers spent the week end in son, Buddy. Springfield Baptist Church of EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
Fort White, with Mr. and Mrs. H. Mr. and ,Mrs. Clemmons spent Springfield Baptist Church of SERVICE Wedesday 7:30 p.m.
B. Williams and daughters, Linda the week end in Youngstown with Panama City.Wednesday) 730 p.m.
Lou, Lenora Sue and Laura Lee and the former's relatives. The second and third sessions Meeting In The High SchooAuditorium
Mary Ruth. Mrs. Floyd. 'Perice, formerly of will be held on Friday morning and
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chestnut Highland View is on her way to Friday afternoon with the St. An- VISITORS ALWAYS W ELCOME
spent the week end in Panama City Seattle, Washington, where she drew Baptist Church. The f VISOS AWAY WL
with their son and-family, Mr. and will board a ship and visit withdrew Baptist church. The fourth
Mrs. Bill Chestnut. er husband, Sgt. Floyd Perice, and final session will be Friday
Rev. Charles Boland, Miss Margie who is in Japan. Mrs. Perice is ,
221 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
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In Town Swift's Premium DA 0
T-BONE and Swift's Premium
SIRLOIN STEAK Ib. 69c FRt N KS
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CHUCK ROAST lb. 39
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
W'. 1iiier of 'Panama City.
Lance Cain of 'Highland View
left for Detprit, Mich., where he
will work. Mrs. Cain and son, Clin-
ton will accompany him later.
PFC. Jackie Lee and friend of
Fort Benning, Ga., spent the week
end with relatives and friends.
Pvt. Talmadge Barnes of Fort
Jackson, S. C., is visiting with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Barnes.
He is on a' 10-day leave.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pridgeon of
Chicago, Ill., is visiting with. his
sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Willie Enfinger is visiting
with her brother in Dothan, Ala. He
is very ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Royce Corbitt and
children spent the week end in
Graceville with relatives.
Miss Martha Ray was honored
by her mother on her 16th birthday
with a dinner at the home of her
grandparents. Enjoying' the dinner
with Martha were: Rev. Charles
Boland, Margie Rogers, Barbara
Gay, Lewis Rogers, Ralph Knight,
George Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Kelly, Mrs. Dan Hatfield, Mrs..Eu-
la Rogers and Mrs. E. V. Knight.
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Wilkins of
Jasper, spent a few days with their
family, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McQuaig.
NEWS FROM '
By HELEN NORRIS
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Norris and
children, Billy, Judith Ann, and
Jenny, and Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Dykes, aAd Juanita spent Sunday in
Panama (City visiting With friends
Honored On Birthday
'Mrs. Allie Porter was honored
with a birthday supper Tuesday
evening at the home of M.r.s. J. B.
Porter. Refreshments. of chicken,
cake and potato salad were served
to the following guests attending:
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dykes, Mr. and
Mrs. Jason Dykes, and son Toby,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Porter, Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Norris and children, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Porter and Mrs. Ha-
zel Duncan and Nathan Dykes.
M". and Mrs. Gene Ernest of
Panama City were the week end
guests of the latter's mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Golden Bush and children
of .Panama City were the 'Saturday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Lee
,Allen Norris spent iSaturday in-
Wewahitchka on business.
Preston Baxter of Amarillo, Tex-
as, spent Thursday visiting with
friends and relatives..
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pyrtzil and
son, Daniel of 'Pensacola were the
week end guests of the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Shea-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burns and chil-
dren spent Sunday in 'Panama City
visiting with friends.
Mrs. J. B. 'Porter and children
and Nathan Dykes motored to Pa-
nama City Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Toby Worley had
as their guests Thursday, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Worley and Mrs. P.
W. Worley, all of Bonifay.
Josh Dykes spent Sunday after-
noon visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
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$1.69 69c ORANGE JUICE
2 WASH CLOTHS FREE BAMA
BREEZE 2 Lg. Boxes 55c MAYONNAISE Pt. 29c
Jergen's Bath Size Red Delicious
Toilet SOAP 2 for 15c APPLES 5 Lb. Bag 59c
WE HAVE FRESH
can 35 C Collards, Turnips, Mustard
DOG FOOD 3 cans 25c Vanilla Wafers box 31 C
25 Lbs. GAINES
No. 10 Jug
U. S. No. 1
$1.98 potatoes 10 lb 39c
99 C Fla. Grade 'A' Small-With $5.00 Order
1.19 Eggs doz lOc
FAMILY NIGHT, FRIDAY NIGHT ONLY, SPECIALS FROM TO 9 p.m.
Doeskin 2 Rolls
SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY
and SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 15, 16
Economy Beef and Economy
SIRLOIN STEAK Ib. 49c
CHUCK ROAST lb. 29c
STEW BEEF 2 Ibs. 39c
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,Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,
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Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the
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damages 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 wdird
S is lost; the printed word remains.
As is the case with purchases by a form of
government, Gulf County Commissioners ad-
vertised recently to purchase five trucks for use
by the County. The lot included two pickups,
one two ton truck chassis, one three ton truck
chassis and a dump truck. The County asked
for the bids cn the items sending extra copies
of the specifications to all truck dealers 'in the
County. The purpose for the call for bids was
to get the trucks at the lowest possible cost.
In the first place, the specifications for the
trucks were so set down that only one make
truck could exactly meet the specifications. The
specifications were not properly drawn up.
Since we happen to know the bidders,
we do not believe that any of the agencies re-
sorted to underhanded tactics. We merely be-
lieve that unfair specifications were set out by
the Commission and unfair acceptance of the
bids offered were carried out.
For the first pickup truck, the following
bids were received:
DEALER "A" bid $1,259.12.
DEALER "B" bid $1,221.91.
DEALER'"C" bid $1,311.65.
Dealer "A"'s bid was accepted when the bid
of Dealer "B" would have saved *the County
For the second pickup truck, (with over-
drive) went as follows, with only Dealer "C"
having a pickup with overdrive. The other
dealers offered automatic transmissions:
DEALER "A", $1,375.20.
DEALER "B" bid $1,356.73.
DEALER "C" bid $1,622.00.
The bid went to Dealer "C". Dealer "B"
could have saved the County $265.27.
The third item was a two ton truck chassis:
Dealer "A" bid $2,856.75.
DEALER "B" bid $2,669.11.
DEALER "C" bid 3,160.48.
The bid went to Dealer "C" when Dealer
"B" could have saved the County $491.37.
For the fourth purchase, the County adver-
tised for a three-ton truck as follows:
DEALER "A" bid $4,215.43.
DEALER "B" bid $3,921.04.
DEALER "C" bid $4,584.13.
The bid went to 'Dealer "C" when Dealer
'B" could have saved the County $663.09.
Since no bids were thrown out, it would be
assumed that all bids met specifications. What
we are wondering is: if the County is going to
go to all the trouble to ask for bids, causing
'dealers to go to considerable expense and trou-
ble to get the closest- price possible and then
purchase the type make truck they want, regard-
less of price. -
It would seem that the purpose of securing
bids is to get the best price. In the case of the
trucks, we feel that any truck would be as good
as the other regardless of brand, which would
make the acceptance of the lowest bid good
/ This performance puzzles us, as it did some
A LONG VACATION
In his Denver press .conference following
a meeting. with President Eisenhower, Vice
President Nixon announced that the Chief Ex-
ecutive will make at least one more "straight
political" speech before Election Day than had
been planned; as well as several "non-political"
appearance that he thinks may just happen to
suggest to the people "the record of the admin-
While the President's remaining campaign
schedule is not to be considered as inflexible,
Mr. Nixon said he thought it would be "enough
to do the trick". He had revealed to the Presi-
dent, he said, his conviction that the GOP will
carry the Senate, and with continued and un-
wavering campaigning will also "win a margin
in the House"'. The Vice President brushed off
The Passing Scene
by Carl Rose
"Drunk and doing eighty. Never mind the ambulance.
SOffe Be 'iSt." '
Social Security Laws Expanded To
Offer Benefits To Many More People
By HARRY N. SCOTT the story of the
(District Manager of the Dothan,, going to tell th
AIlam b l :i cl St- rit Offic): h hv I d
the Democratic charge that he had, as a senator, n950n / -id "bec,,,a
voted against ten measures the President had Thspecialew provial securitionawfor theasurvi- her social secure
a special provision for the survi- h sia seceu
later sponsored as indication of their "complete vors of the deceased workers who receive the bent
lack of issues". The Democrats, he. thought, wdre not eligible to collect bene- is entitled. Yoi
"are getting hysterical andl swinging wildly." fits before because the worker dcfinite action t
This sounds rather different than Mr. Nix- wasn't considered insured under benefits to which
the old law. If this was the case of titled under the
on's earlier (and sound) advice to his party to the deceased breadwinner in you For a woman
"run scared". And it must be a little confusing family, you will be interested in had dealt some
to the party leaders around the country who are ---
viewing with, alarm, chewing their fingernails a bad thing.
and generally reporting public apathy and light And Mr. Nixon may be right, since he has
registrations. also hinted this last Presidential campaign speech
But Mr. Nixon seems pretty sure that if the may be made in or near Washington. In spite
President makes one extra speech about his pro- of all the news reports of how ,ti':'i-h work Gen-
gram and his need of Congressional support in eral Eisenhower has done at his Lowry Air
putting it through, this will overcome what GOP Force Base office, the millions of .t 't: to whom
observers report as a new, dangerous and grow- a vacation is two weeks out of 52,, ,1i not con-
ing public belief that a Republican Administra- -sider their President is back on t0.e b : :' .
tion and a Democratic Congress might not be
this young widow. One rainy night
in 1948, her husband was on the
way to the hospital where the
young woman had just given birth
to twins. His car skidded on the
slippery street, and he died sev-
eral hours later in the hospital
where his wife was awaiting his
A few months after the tragedy,
the young widow paid her first
visit to the social security office.
She held her husband's social se-
curity card in her hand while she
was telling me her story. She was
not sure how long he had worked
in a job under social .security or if
he would be insured. In a few days
I had had his'record checked in
our Baltimore office. I think one
of the most difficult things I have
cver done was tell the young wo-
man that because her husband
hadn't worked in his job under so-
cial. security long enough, neither.;
she nor her children were entitled
to benefit checks.
Not long ago when she came into
the office, she. was surprised that
I remembered her and the twins,
who were by this time in their
first year .of school. I had often
wondered how .lhe little family, who
couldn't get social security bene-
fits was managing. I soon learned
that they had gotten along on some
savings plus contributions from the
'Now the savings had been de-
pleted and the money from the
widow's parents had stopped be-
cause of the illness of her father.
The widow -and her children had
come once more to ask about so-
cial" security benefits on her hus-
band's record. Without the social
security, survivors check, the fam-
ily would have to be broken up
. the mother would have to work
full time and the children would
young widow I am have to be placed in foster homes.
is week. She lost I was happy to tell her that this
before September, would not happen now.
use she came to For this young widow and for
ity office, she will thousands like her who lost their
fits to which'she loved ones before 'September 1950,
I'll want to take the 1954 amendments will make a
o get the survivors big difference. Her husband is oni-
h you may be en- sidered fully insured under the new
new law. law because he had about a year
not yet thirty, life and a half of work under social
serious blows to security.
returns to the White House. Psychologically,
a vacationing President is not a fighting Presi-
dent' It is only human to think: "If he isn't
worried why should I b ?"
SAfter all these weeks of hearing the Doud
residence in Denver referred to -as "the Sum-
mer W te House", it was a bit startling to
hear a r 'dio commentator speak of it. just the
Sther n:I h, as "the Fall White House"!.
S'She has applied for survivors
benefits for herself and the chil-
dren. And she will be getting them
from September of 1954 until her
twins are 18 unless she marries
again. Under the provision, the
eligible survivors of a person who
died before September 1, 1950, and
who is now considered fully insur-
ed by the law may not collect bene-
(Continued on page 6)
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THIE STAR. PORT St. JOF-..GULF COUNTY, FLORMAA
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1954
Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1954
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Highland.View Baptist WMS
Appoints Circle Members
The Woman's Missionary Union
of the Baptist Church of Highland
View held' the election of officers
for th'e circles for the coming year.
Circle One, Mrs. 'C. A. Phelps,
circle chairman; Mrs. Clayton Co-
ker, program chairman; secretary
and treasurer, Mrs. Lee Watts;
stewardship and community mis-
sions chairman, Mrs. Belle 'DuBose;
social chairman, Mrs. A. D. Roberts;
coupon chairman, Mrs. Merle Gar-
rett; publicity chairman, Mrs. Ed-
Circle Two: Mrs. Nora Lee Roo-
ney, chairman; Mrs. W. W. Gar-
rett, program chairman; Mrs. Huey
Parker, secretary and treasurer;
Ms. Clinton Peterson, stewardship
MOUCHETTE'S STYLE SHOP
316 Reid Ave. Phone 288
FULLER'S SUPPLY COMPANY
Fishing Tackle Sherwin-Williams Paints
Phone 231 213Y2 Reid Ave.
J. LAMAR MILLER, Agent
COSTIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
"For Service- and Quality"
Phone 148 208 Reid Ave.
ST. JOE HARDWARE COMPANY
Hardware, Paints, Building Supplies
203 Reid Ave.
BOYLES' DEPARTMENT STORE
"Pay Cash and Pay Less"
222 Reid Ave.
ROCHE'S APPLIANCE STORE
209 Reid Ave.
Phone 99 328 Reid Ave.
A. V. Bateman gave the devotional Highland View WMU
using for her scripture reading, Ro- Meets At Church Monday
Mrs. Ralph Nance gave a very The Woman's Missionary Union
interesting preview of the first of the Highland View Baptist
chapter of the new foreign missionChurch met Monday afternoon at
book, "Pilgrimage to Brazil". Mrs. the church for the monthly mission
C. A. McClellan closed the meet- study. The study for this quarter
ing with prayer. is "Land of Many Worlds" written
Next Monday will he the Royal by Robert G. Bratcher.
Service meeting with Circle One
Mrs. Ruth Burch, coupon chairman;
Mrs. Huey Parker, publicity and
Circle Three: Mrs. Leo Kennedy,
chairman; Mrs. Lillie Richter, pro-
gram chairman; Mrs. T. 0. Rich-
ards, secretary; Mrs. Pauline
Christman, treasurer; Mrs. Lillie
Cumbie, social chairman; Mrs.
Ralph Macumber, foster chairman;
Mrs. Ruth Harbuck, community
missions; Mrs. Vivian Littles, cou-
pon chairman; Mrs. Lillie Cumbfe,
stewardship chairman; Mrs. T. 0.
Richards, publicity chairman.
Mrs. R. W. Scott Presides
At First Baptist WMS
The First Baptist WMS met at
the church Monday afternoon with
Mrs. W. R. Scott presiding. The
and community mission chairman; meeting opened with #he song, "The tionists to snap old faithful as seen
Mrs. Charles Davis, mission study; Light of the World--is Jesus". Mrs. through Little Willie's ribs.
The meeting opened with a pray-
er by Mrs. Lee Watts. Mrs. P. G.
Safford speaker for the afternoon
gave an interesting talk on the
first chapter of the book. She told
of the missionary work in Brazil
and about the life of the first mis-
sionaries to Brazil, -Mr. and Mrs.
William Bagley and Mr. and Mrs.
Z. C. Taylor. The meeting closed
with prayer by Mrs. Ruth Burch.
Eight'members attended .the study.
It was announced that next Mon-
day would be the Royal 'Service
McCOY'S DEPARTMENT STORE
"Your Family Shopping Center"
308 Reid Avenue
St. Joe Furniture & Appliance Co.
Low Down Payments -- Easy Terms
Phone 239 205-207 Reid Ave.
"Exclusive But Not Expensive"
Phone 65 410 Reid Ave'.
PIGGLY WIGGLY SUPER MARKET
Home Owned by E. J. Rich and Sons
Phone 306 205 3rd Street
West Florida Gas & Fuel Company
"Our Rolling Pipelines Never End"
Port St. Joe, Fla. Phone 342
DANLEY FURNITURE COMPANY
"Make Your House A Home"
Phone 56 309-11 Reid Ave.
MODERN FURNITURE CO.
"Go Modern With Us"
Phone 181 232 Reid Ave.
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
All Sunbeams meet at the church
Monday at 3:00 p.m. I
Junior and Intermediate G. A.
and Junior R. A. meets at the
church Monday at 4:i15 p.m.
The Atomic Energy Commission
develops a portable X-ray unit
which fits in the palm of the hand,
but it probably won't be in produc-
tion in time for this year's vaca-
BEACON BAPTIST CHU
Rev.' John T. Dudley, Pa
Sunday School, 10:' 00 a.:
Morning Worship, 11:00
B,T.U., 7:00 P.M.
Evening Service, 8:0 P
Hour of Power, Wed., 8:
FIRST METHODIST CHU
Fred L. Davis, Paste
9'45 A.M., Sunday School
11:00 A.M., Morning Worsh
6:15 P.M., MY'F, Seniors
7:30 P.M., Evening Worsh
7:30 P.M. (Wed.) Prayer
8:00 P.M, (Wed) Choir Re
3:00 P.M. (Mon.) Class fo
3:00 P.M., (Thurs) Class
Nursery open on Sunda:
You are invited to wor-sh
Kenney's Mill Baptist C
W. B. Holland, Paste
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worsh
8:00 p.m. (Wed) Midweek
6.45 p.m. Baptist Training
8:00 p.m. Evening Worsi
Everyone invited to all s
GO TO CH1JRCH liUh
Rev. Wm. Iverson, P.
Sunday, 9:45 :Sunday Sch
11:00 Morning Worship
7:00 Youth Fellowshi;
8:00 Evening Worship
Monday, Women of the 4
3:115 Circle 1
8:00 Circle 2.
Wednesday, 7:00 Choir P:
8:00 Prayer Meeting, TI
Highland View Baptist
Rev. P. G. Safford, P
Prayer Service, .Wednesda
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Wors'
6:45 p.m. Training Unic
8:00 p.m. Evangelistic S
7:00 p.m. (Wed.)* Choir
8:00 p.m. (Wed) Prayer
FIRST BAPTIST CHI
Rev. L. J. Keels, Pa
Sunday School, 9:45 ajn.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a
Training Union, 8:00 p.m.
Evening Worship, 8:00 p.
Woman's Missionary Socie
day at 3:00 p.m.
Junior R.A. and G.A. and I
late G.A. on Monday at
Intermediate R. A. Tuesday
Preaching at White City
Tuesday at 8:00.
ST. JOSEPH'S CATH
8th St. between Monume
Rev. Robert O'Sullivan,
1st Sunday of each mon
Mass 8:30 a.m., Con
8:00 to 8:20 a.m.
Other Sundays of each
Mass 10:30 a.m. Con
10:00 to 10:-20 a.m.
Holy Days of Obligation
Mass 7:30 a.m., Con
7:00 to 7:20'a.m.
LONG AVENUE BAP-
J. C. Odum, Pastor
Meeting in High School Au
9:45 a.m., Sunday School
11: 00' a.m. Morning Wors]
1:30 p.m. The Baptist Hour
6:45 p.m. Baptist Trainin,
8:00 p.m. Evening Worsh
8:00 p.m, (Wed.) Prayer
Nursery open for all se
Public cordially invite
Highland View Methodist
Rev. Charles Boland, Pa
L0:00 a.m. Sunday School
1:00 a.m. Morning Worshi
6:30 p.m. Methodist Youth
8:00 p.m. Evening Worsh
8:00 p.m. (Wed.) Prayer
Oak Grove Assembly of
Lloyd D. Riley, Past
10:00 a.m., Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worsh
8:00 p.m./Evangelistic Ser
8:00 p.m. (Wed.) Prayer
8:00 p.m. (Fri.) Christ A
ST. JAMES EPISCOP
Minister In Charge
7:330 a.m., Morning Praye
1:00 a.m. Morning Wors]
9:45 a.m. Church School
7:00 p.m. Young People's
SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
by Rev. C. E. Hodges Paul opened this letter -by gir-
iScripture lesson, 2 Timothy 3; ing thanks for the training Timte-
Dent. 4:2; 12:32; Revelation 22: thy had received. There was. his
18, 19. godly mother, Eunice, as well as
Satan is' still very subtle in his Grandmother Lois. Throughput. he
approach. Do you remember his years, Timothy had benefited ,ke--
preliminary conversation with Eve? vond measure. Here was the proit w
y at 4:00.
Methodist WSCS Continue Get Your Tickets Now
r Study of Book Monday For Episcopal Fish Fry
Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mrs. Fred The opportunity is yet with every-
hip Davis, Mrs. Ralph-2Swatts and Mrs. one of Port St. Joe to say "Hello"
r, WDLP Robert Bringman were speakers to a member of St. James Episcopal
g Union at a meeting of the Woman's 'Socie- Church's Layman's .League and bay
ip ty of Christian Service of the First a -couple of tickets to the fish fry-
Service Methodist Church, Monday noon in Everyone knows what an excellent
rvices the Fellowship 'Hall. Their. topic feed the laymen provide and tis
ed and subjects were concerning the one, to be held on Wednesday, Or-
MissionStudy,-"Under Three'Flags" tober 20, is planned to be the best
concerning India, Pakistan and Cey- yet. It would be absolutely miser-
Ion. Mrs. iSwatts and Mrs. Johnson able if any friend of, St. James'
Church gaye the "Biofogical Sketch of In- Church missed the "best yet".,
astor dia" and Mrs. Bringman and Mrs. The menu will' be about as on
Davis gave "Christian Unity". other occasions with plenty of fish,
p Hostesses for the covered-dish hush puppies, salad and good ea!-
Fellow- luncheon which' proceeded the fee ,The real old fashioned "clhw-
meeting were Mrs. Lindsey Tern- hounds" are reminded that amp
ip ple and Mrs. Joe L. ISharit. Guests 'dollar buys all you can eat, anti
Service were Mrs. Henry Dandridge and that's a bargain in any man's lan-
f God Mrs. Tom Thompson. .guage.
or The devotional, given by Mrs. All the ladies of Port 'St. Joe aw
Joe Hendrix pertaining to the pro- reminded that the Fish Fry gives
iP gram, "Christian Unity" was tak- a wonderful chance of getting out
vice en from scripture of the book of of the kitchen for an evening. Just
Service Matthew. think: no dishes, no cooking, no
nmbassa- Announcements were made that mess, no fuss. Just get dad to buy
*the concluding session of the Mis-' a few tickets to the fish fry and
sion Study, "Under Three Flags" sashay over to the .Parish House
would be held at the church next along about 6:30 or 7:00 p.m. eo
AL Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. with ,Wednesday evening, October 281
Mrs. Davis in charge. Tell dad that any male member of
Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr., WSOS 'St. James' Church has those tickets.
r president, presided over a brief -------
tip and business session. The program clos- First Methodists Will
ed. with the benediction of the so- Conduct Teaching Missio
iety. Conduct Teaching Missi
Service For the luncheon, the tables, h ill be he
A Teaching Mission will be he$
were attractively decorated with at the First Methodist Church Ie-
I .."',!""2 dem ed -at the First Methodist Church bo-
-'grapefruit holding stick-pins of the.i o this coming Mo r
JRCH ginning on this coming Mondar
astor flags of the three countries, Ceylon, evening at 7:30 p.m. Miss Mary
astor India and Pakistan. Napkins of
m. India and Pakistan. Napkins of Cameron of Luverne, Alabama, wi
AM. maps of these countries were used teach the course, "What Is Tsai-
.M. to complete the setting. Each mem- g" A of the church school tea
.M. ber and guest wa presented a ers and other workers in the church
00 P.M. stick-pin flag as a souvenir- are urged to attend. This course
Mrs. Robert Bringman, program has been planned for the combined
URCH chairman, was in charge of the workers of the First Methodist
*r luncheon. I Church and Highland View Metho-
I Twenty-five members and guests dist Church. The classes will be
hip attended the lunncheon-meeting. held on Monday, Tuesday anl
, Inter- Wednesday evenings, beginning
TRADE AT HOME each evening at 7:30 p.m. Make
TiR A your plans-to attend.
Tish Series of Advertisement.is Contributed to the
Cause of the. Church By the Following Merchants
Standard Oil Company
27 '1st. and Garrison,
lIe came, -planted a doubt in her undergirding needed for the eree-
mind then proceeded to do his evil tion of a strong building. Daily he
work. And Eve succumbed for she had seen them execplified in the
had entertained a question, "Yea, lives of those he loved. So the
hath God said .. .?" Now, if we groundwork had been laid. Whe.
examine ihis closely we see that tried by the storms of life in later
it all started in a doubt as to God's years, it stood as the house built
word. Eve was the first but, certain- upon the rock.
ly, no one thinks she was the last "All scripture is .give by inspt;-
to make such a mistake..All about ation of God. ." Just a Jew worftS,
us are those who have made the these;- and yet ho wforceful f My
same error. They listened to some are. ALL. While 'it is true that Pa1W.
messenger from Satan who slyly wrote before the New Testameast
left a trail of doubts. Perhaps it had been completed, let us remem-
was that certain portions of the her that the Spirit makes no iks-
Bible were not inspired. (Soon faith takes. Since the 'Scriptures are f E-
was swept away. And a soul was spired-that is "God-breathed"-
set adrift in the sea of doubt. How God knew what was 'to come ana
we need to beware this pernicious gave sanction to the same. In the
snare. case of the Old Testament, so often
Today's lesson strikes a stinging abused by modernists, here is ab-
blow at this ungodly theory. In it, solute proof beyond:any shadow of
Paul warns Timothy of last-day doubt. How much more must it be
perils. Chief among these had to true then of the New Testament?
do with the handling and accep- Having established that the Word[
tance of the Scriptures. As you was of God, Paul went on to teVl
study, see if this passage has been some ways it could be a blessing
fulfilled., unto men. It is profitable for "doe-
,Paul was given a preview of last trine, for relproof, for correction, for
days. Rightly did the Spirit call instruction in righteousness: That
them "perilous times". There would the man of God maybe perfect. .
be evil in the church as well as in Therefore, Timothy is charged to
the world: There Would be a life- preach the word. All preachers of
less, formal religion that denied the gospel would do well to heed
the power of God. Men would" be this admonition.
lovers of self, vainly acquiring Again Paul looked into the future.
knowledge that only made them The prospects were the same. The
reprobates concerning, the, faith, time must come when sound Bible-
Not content with their own apos- teaching would not be toleratedL
tasy, they would deceive others at (How do Paul's words apply to. a
every opportunity. day when the Bible has been re-
Some are so easily tossed about ejected by nations, by school sys-
by. every wind of doctrine. The teams throughout the world, and by
trouble is that they have not been many churches and so-called then-
grounded in the Bible. That God's logians? Need one look farther?)
Word was true Timothy knew of a But mark! Timothy must not excuse
certainty. He had tested its promis- himself on the grounds -of popular
es. He had appropriated its strength. demand. He must still endure af-
From a child he had known the flictions and do the work God hao
Holy Scriptures. Never had the commanded The same charge holds
good Word of God failed. true for us.
THE STAR, PORT ST.7 JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
PAGE SIX .
(Continued From Page 4)
fits for the months before Septem-
ber, 1954. And no lump sum death
payment may be collected by these
The new law applies only to these
survivors of workers who died af- apply for your survivors benefits
ter 1939 and before September 1, 'now if you are a surviving widow
1950. Dependent widowers and di- age 65 or over, or a widow under
age 65 who has minor children of
the deceased wage earner in your
Dr. Charles Reicherter care. If you are a surviving depen-
dent parent and the deceased wage
OPTOMETRIST earner did not leave a widow or
EYES EXAMINED minor child who was eligible to
GLASSES FITTED benefits you must file proof of
your dependency before September
HOURS 8 TO 5
PHONE SUNSET s-sees I urge you to apply for the bene-
CLOSED WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS fits now if you think you are eli-
FIRST FLOOR gible. And you are if you are the
RITZ THEATRE BUILDING surviving aged widow, widowed mo-
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA their and child, or parent of any
worker who died after December
forced wives who are caring for
the deceased wage-earners' chil-
dren may not collect survivors bene-
fits under the provision.
If you are the survivor of a
worker who died before Septem-
ber 1, 1950, and if you weren't eli-
gible for social security benefits
before, you may be now. You should
CLOSEOUT on SHOTGUN SHELLS, 12, 16 and 20 Gauge -_ box $1.75
SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Ga. Grade 'A' Dressed and Drawn Center Cut End Cut
Pork Chops 49c 39c
1 32 c Copeland Butt or Shank End
ryr cut up 39c Sugar Cured Hams lb. 49 C
ajcut up 39 C S .
Borden's Biscuits can 10 C
Sun loOLEO' Ib 19c
Stew Beef, Ib. 19c One Dozen Medium Picnic HAMS
HAMBURGER EGGHOOP CHEESE
lb. 29c 4 lbs. l $1 FREE Green Hill
National Corned With each $10.00 SAUSAGE
BEEF can 41c Purchase lb. 39c
SLAB, lb. 49c
Smo1 ked Bacon SLICED, Ib. 59c
Swift's Select U. S. No. 1
T-Bone STEAK lb.59c WHITE POTATOES
Round or Sirloin Steak Ib. 49 C 10 lbs. 29c
Georgia Unclassified Every Egg Guaranteed Fresh
EGGS SMALL,4Dozen $1
MEDIUM, 3 Dozen
hEG G LARGE, 2 Dozen .L]
HUNT'S PEACHES, Large No. 2V2 Can .2 5c
ARGO PINEAPPLE, No. 303 Can .'.. -
MAYFIELD CORN, 3 No. 303 Cans -
DELCO TOMATOES, 3 No. 303 Cans--
I Willamar No. 303 Can
Sessions PEANUT OIL BEETS, 3 Cans 25c
No. 10 Jug ---$1.65 Allen Whole No. 2V2 Can
No. 5 Jug--89c Sweet Potatoes 19c
S -- 3 LBS.
1 Quart ...... 59c Water Maid Rice 31c
TIDE or CHEER, Large Box 29c
Nabisco Premium CRACKERS, Lb. Box, 23c
Hoods E. Z. STARCH HALF GALLON 35c
Pet, Carnation and Borden's MILK, 3 Cans 39c
Blue Bird GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, 46 oz. can 15c
Local Boys To Participate
In Milledgeville Festiviti
MILEDLGEVILLE, GA., Pla
bave been completed at Georg
Military College for the school
75th Anniversary Celebration
be held Friday, October 15,. w
most of the activities taking pla
on the school campus. Officials
Lie school have announced that 1
celebration will be the largest
the history of the college.
The GMC Cadet Batallion alo
with the school's many alum
friends, sponsors and boosters
presently working tirelessly
make the occasion one that will
remembered for years to come.
Cadets Wilbur L. Smith, Jr., a
James B. Roberts, sons of Mr. a
Mrs. W. L. Smith, Sr., and Mr. a
Mrs. Floyd G. Roberts of this ci
31, 1939, and before September
1950, and had at least a year a
a half of work under social securi
pectively, are members of the
det Battalion at GMC this year,
I are among the many persons
o will participate in the celebra-
The schedule of events planned
* the occasion include a dress
rade, crack squad drill, chapel
THURSDAY, tOTOBER 14, 1954
exercises, a barbecue, sightseeing
tour of Milledgeville, free boat
rides on Lake Sinclair, an Alumni
Dinner, buffet supper for wives of
out-of-town alumni, football game
and a dance.
TRADE AT HOME
CHANEY G. A.'s MEET AT
HIGHLAND VIEW CHURCH
The Junior Chaney G. A.'s of
the Highland View Baptist Church
met Monday afternoon at 4:15 at
the church. The president opened
the meeting by reading Matthew
by Nelly Don with a -
look of simple elegance.
in the cut, velveteen -
collar, cuffs and
Note'the beautiful, slimming
lines of the new, longer
jacket. Handsome Chromspun
in grey, blue, brown.
8 to I8 and 10V2 to 18V/2.
:Sarah Catherine Macomber led
the group in prayer. The group
formed the path that Jesus led.
Sarah Catherine Macomber clos-
ed the meeting with prayer. ,
Star Want Ads Get Results
~ 'J1~ -~iblouse
(A word from SHIP'N SHO
and gingham goes garden-gay!
Tiny bright rosebuds satin-woven on
a lattice of midget checks... on the snowy3
little broadcloth gentry collar, too.
SOther pretty tailor-touches: the new three-quarte'
cuffed sleeves.'..the fine pearl buttons.'
4 Ever-washable deeptones; sizes 80 to 38.
k A t one of many new Ship'n Shore's... T
cc:=e see Ionq and shortie-sleeve styles, too!
-" ~ U
Your Chevrolet Tr -re LCnest ticket comes
to you in the m:i.. Lo, be on the lookout
for it-and bring it ;n to us. Jr's your chance
to win one of 40 NEW CHkVR .TS!
.WIN A BEAUTIFUL
You can win the new Chevrolet of your choice in the
Bel Air, "Two-Ten" or "One-Fifty" series, and the car
you win will be equipped with Powerglide Automatic
Transmission, Chevrolet heater and defroster, and
'When your Treasure Chest ticket wives in the mail,
here's all you have to do. Fill it out complete, bring it
to our showroom, and drop it in our Treasure Chest
box. And here's one of the best things! Once your
ticket is in, it is good u,, to the very last drawing
unless picked as a winne,'. get your Treasure Chest
ticket in soon and .._ve yourself more chances <; w*-
Bring your Chevroc.v
treasure Chest 7_
GARRAWAY CHEVROLET COMPANY
ALL BRANDS CHEWING GUM, 3pkgs.
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Nothing to buy!
No cars to name!
No essays to write!
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Port St. Joe, Florida,
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. .ULF Cb;OUNTYVL 0Z;DA
THIURISDIY, OCTOBER17 IU, 5 4 ~. ... -
Famous Coleman Hunters and Campers
2 Burner-Reg. $12.95
2 Burner-Reg. $16.95
3 Burner-Reg. $22.50
ONE TO A CUSTOMER ALL STRICTLY CASH
Fuller's Supply Co.
213V2 Reid Avenue Phone 321
Trumpeter swans have shown san
crease under the protection of
e federal government.
tar Want Ads Get Results
O13, 4,15,16 Wed. thru Sat.
SAdvertised in LIFE LOOK *
POST COLLIER'S COUNTRY GENTLEMAN
No Faster-Acting Aspirin Made )
Full 5-.grain tablets.
Bottle of 100
2 for 55 REGULAR 54c
PLASTIC ADHESIVE TAPE
REXALL PUBBING ALCOHOL..Compound, Pint 61'c 2 for 70c
REXALL SUPPOSITORIES, Adults'orinfants"12's 4EI' 2 for 44c
LINEN POUND PAPER 50 sheets or envelopes... RES5 2 for 86
CHRISTMAS GIFT PAPERS, 2 large sheets per pk. 1o 2 fOf 11C
LAVENDER SHAVE CREAM, Brushless or Lather Rs 2 for 60c
REXILLAMA COUGH SYRUP, 4 oz............
Doesn't need a cutter.
',2"x 5 yds. .. REGULAR 29c
LENZO NYLON TOOTH BRUSHES Chosyeo. medically eAR39c 2 for 40
CASCADE CHRISTMAS CARDS
iAR BRUSH, Professional or Half-Round styles... o 2for 1.01
ENZO ANTISEPTIC, Pint.....'............. 7,* 2 for 80c
)NACET COMPOUND APC TABLETS,1oo's RO.
MULTI-VITAMINS, 50 tablets................. 9s
2 for 80c
2 for 6.96
IAGIC RED" LIPSTICK, Indelo......... .*00 2for 1.01
CTORiA HOT WATER BOTTLE, 2-Heat style. 2for 2.90
Box of 20 different cards 2 f 61
plus envelopes REGULAR 60c 2 or 1
2 for 80'
NOT ON OUR I' SALE PLAN...BUT SENSATIONAL VALUES!
The Prescription Depart.
ment is the heart of our
drug store Let us fill
your next prescription.
PEANUT BUTTER KITS fo
bag of 60.................... .........2 for 45c
Ammoniated.TOOTH PASTE 2 r 61
Rex.al-3 oz ....................... 2 0 r 6 1c
NAIL POLISH REMOVER 2 for 40,
"8480"-4oz....................... r 40c
LEAD FOIL ICICLES packs 13
16" strands ......................... 2 for
CASCADE FILLER PAPER o r* 7
Pock of 180 sheets-50c value........2 10f I C
MILK of MAGNESIA TABS. -2 for 29c
Tin of 36.......................:.. o 1
TINY TOT BABY CREAM 2 for 58c
.2 oz. jar........................... O
CUT GLASS TUMBLERS 2 or 23f
PURETEST MINERAL .ML 2 for 86c
Rexall-Pint........................ 2 o c
i S HANDMADE
60 white sheets, j@
48 envelopes. C
2.50 Value NOW9
VALUE ONLY I e3 39
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3 Reg. 47c Tubes -
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A BUY 2.9
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I I I
EASY TERMS $12.50 DOWN
REAL BEAUTY IN MASSIVE STYLE AND LOVELY COLORS
PLUS DAVENO MAKES INTO A FULL BED
Fine luxurious nylon frieze fabric in many lovely covers that will give
years of service, and will be a source of comfort and beauty in your home.
Seven piece group consists of: DAVENO CHAIR STEP TABLES
COCKTAIL TABLES 2 LAMPS
~m~jwe 11m. FwzishP~s.. ym, e ~
2 for 30c
They were accompanied by Mrs. i going on to Blountstown to visit Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Whitfield's mother, Mrs. Charley her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pitts. Hubby Helms over the week end.
WHITE CITY NEWS Rose. Janet remained with her aunt for t
by MRS. GEORGE HARPER Mrs. J. W. Mount and baby. Janet a ew daysRetail Lumber Dealers
d s. There are estimated to be 25,00
Sof Panama Ciy visited her sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith and retail lumber dealers in the Unit
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Whistler of Mrs. J.. H. Chafin Tuesday before children Shelton and Anita visited ed States. St
Mansfield, Ohio. are visitors of .......___ ___. ... --
their friends, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Mr. and Mrs. John (Jack) Mahon
and two children, Deborah Ann and ,
John, Jr., of Panaama City were the, .'- '
week end guests of Mrs. Mahon's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hardy. .,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith and chil-
dren of Panama City were week
end guests of Mrs. Smith's mother,
Mrs. Ella Stebel.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Causey were
called to the bedside of their sis-
ter-n-ia w, Mrs. Mary Causey of
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Porter of
Panama City are visitors of Mr .
and Mrs. Andy Jordan this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whitfield
moved to Houston, Texas, Tuesday.
They were accompanied by Mrs. A
Whitfield's mother, Mrs. Charley ., v.
Mr. and Mrs.'Tom Whitfield mov- .
ed to Houston, Texas, Tuesday. .
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The City of Port St. Joe, Florida
will receive sealed bids until 5:00
P M., Tuesday, November 2, 1954
tfor the sale' of the following ma-
terial and equipment that has been
dismantled from the Municipal
90 Brass Hose Bibbs.
2.3 Glass Case 5 Amp Electric
40 Metal Case 5 Amhp Electric
4S 2 Pole 30 Amp Switch Boxes
GO60 Wall Receptacles
29 /" Globe Valves
2700' No. 4 Insulated Electric
Light Line Wire
14 25' Light Poles
4. Guy Wire Anchors
SO -" Cast Iron Tees
10 4" Cast Iron Clean Out Plugs
2 SO Gallon Hot Water Heaters
S 12 Junction Boxes--No Covers
16 Pole Brackets
7 Street Bracket Lights
12 /d Weatherheads w/10' 3/4"
i Conduit Attached
3 21/2"' Weatherheads w/10' 2"
Aluminum paint, which helps
prevent the loss of heat, can be ap-
plied to advantage on the insula.
ting jackets of steam pipes.
LIQUID ORTABLlTS-"At. FAST REUE
601 Long Avenue
1 2%" Weatherhead w/10' 2%"
1 Time Switch
1 2 Pole 200 Amp Switch Box
3 2 Pole 100 Amp Switch Boxes
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to reject any, and or all
bids received, or any part or parts
of any bids received, regarding the
sale of the aforementioned material
R. W. HENDERSON
City Auditor and Clerk
Visitors From Valdosta
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Allen and sons
Lucius and Lucian from Valdosta,
Ga., spent last week end with Mr.
and Mrs. J. 0. Baggett. Lucius and
Lucian celebrated their eleventh
birthday while here. The boys were
honored with a turkey dinner with
the main attraction for the occasion
oeing a big birthday cake featuring
Send The Stat to a friend.
The Key West Cuba automobile ferry, envisioned for decades, becomes a reality October 2, when
the Caribbean Ferry System starts service. The "City of Key West," above, will carry 40 cars and
250 passengers and includes a restaurant and cocktail lounge among complete passenger facilities.
It will leave Key West at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving at Cardenas, 100 miles
from Havana, at 3:30 p.m. Return sailings are on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10 a. m.
One way fare for car and driver is $29.90-for passengers, $7.50.
Navy Says The Navy Recruiting Station for CLASSIFIED ADS
this area is located in room 311 of
(Continued from page 1) the Posi Office Building in Talla-
go where in the past they were sent has-see. FOR RENT
Small diamonds have been found
FROM $10.95 ,UP
You'll Find M Exclusively At'
Phone 5 Port St. Joe, Fla.
The following Grocery Stores will close Wednesday
afternoons at 12:30, EST. year round and holidays
as follows; Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas
(New Year's, Fourth of July except when on Satur-
day) Stores will be open all day Wednesday pre-
ceeding holidays falling on the week end.
Those who are operating credit business may trans-
act business behind locked doors. Any case to open
on Wednesday must be decided at a called meeting
three weeks in advance.
In the event of holidays on Sunday, stores will be
closed on the following Monday.
IN PORT ST. JOE
A & P FOOD STORE
LESLIE GAY GROCERY,
QUALITY GROCERY and MARKET
McCOY'S SUPER MARKET
P!GGLY WIGGLY SUPER MARKET
1. W. DUREN SUPER MARKET
IN HIGHLAND VIEW
W. C. GOODSON GROCERY
CLINTON COX GROCERY
P. T. McCORMICK GROCERY
S. C. PLAYER GROCERY
GORDON ADAMS' GROCERY
Closed Only,, on Christmas
ito San Diego, ualifornia. This is
advantageous to men coming home
on recruit leave in savings of time
and your two
SIDEWALLS SALE PRICED
Regular Get 2nd tire
ilZES no-trade-in Get 2nd re
price 1st tire for ONLY
00-16 $25.25 $12.63*
70-15 27.70 13.85*
40-15 26.40 13.20*
10-15 30.70 15.35*
50-16 31.10 15.55*
60-15 33.55 16.78*
00-15 36.85 18.43*
FOR RENT: Furnished cottages at
St. Joe Beach. Rates by week or
month. Special rates for perman-
ent tenants. Anderson Cottages.
Call 37 or' 9-2321. tf
COTTAGES and apartments for.
rent at Beacon Hill by the month
from $45 to $75. Furnished. Costin's
cottages." Phone 2412. 9-9-tfc
FOR RENT: Upstairs and down-
stairs apartments. Upstairs fur-
nished, downstairs 'either way. 223
7th St., Phone 402-W. tf
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Couple only. 522 Third St., Phone
FOR RENT: House. on Highway
386. 3%2 miles from beach. Inquire
Overstreet Post Office. ltp
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Also one nice room. Phone 63-J.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apartment
- Well equipped. 114 M9nument
Avenue. Costin Building.
/I. ^CR SALF '
REBUILT WATCHES, 17 and 7
jewel movements, regulated and
test-run. $10.00 to $17.50.
302 Reid Ave. 3t Port St. Joe
FOR. SALE Used 8.9 retrigerator.
Good condition. $100.00. Robert
Merritt, 121 Second Ave., Oak
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on
Garrison Ave. In good condition.
FOR SALE: Small 2-story house on
Ninth Street. $4200. 4tc
Registered Real Estate Broker
211 Reid Ave. Phone 61
FOR SALE: Scratch pads, ditto
,paper, second sheets, sales books
guest checks. THE STAR, P4one
51 for delivery. ....
FOR SALE: 1 large Coleman oil
circulating heatle $30. 2, 50-gal.
oil drums. $5'00 ea.b. tall Gann.n,
Buzze a[ '50. '
STOP AND. SWAP-- H dquartlers
for your used fturniture.,Md ap-.
pliances. 21E T d' Avenue, Phone.
291. WE BUY AND SELL. tfc"
Keys Made Whije, You Wait
35c Eg i.
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Reel Parts and Repairs
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TV ANTENNAS INSTALLED
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Hople.
R. A. M.--Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All vlsiT
ng companions welcome. J. B.
3riffith, .11, High Priest; H. R.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs-
days, 7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
rethren invited. R. E. Williams,
N. G. H. H. Shirley, V. G. Bill Car-
Meetiplg night ev-
ery other Monday.
Meetings at Moose
o- Hall, 310 Fourth St.
MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular
A meetings 2nd and 4th Fri-
days each month, 8:00 p. m.
\ Members urged to attend;
visiting brothers welcome. R. F.
,Scheffer, Jr., W.M.; Paul V. Player,
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footh T irery Weather Ahead!
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Don't take chances! With smooth worn tires wyou'rea wryfo on s
a bad skid, especially when streets are wet and s jippery put on safe
new FirestOnes with their wider, flatter, st afweatheread condition enjy surefoted
starting and stopping even under worst THE UNUS
TRADETODAWE'LL BUY E US
ADLE OAG YoUR PRESENT
Firestone Home & Anto Supply., Store
B. W.,EE.LS, Owner PhonelOO PORT ST. JOE,FLA.
Effective October 17, 1954, the Bus
Station is Closed Sunday afternoons
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1954
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
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