The star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028419/00266
 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
notis - ABZ6320
lccn - sn 95047323
System ID: UF00028419:00266

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Port St. Joe, site of the $10,000,000
duPont Krat Paper Mill and the
St. Joe Lumber & Export Co., one
of the South's largest Saw Mills.



The Home Newspaper of Northwest Florida's Future Industrial Center

The Star is dedicated to settlng"-
forth the Advantages, Resources,
Attractions and ProgreSs of Port
St. Joe and Gulf County .

STT RSDN tt Prsien-. DCKllN

STATE PRESIDENT State President Is .vUCK rUNT:

SHonored At Meet

SOf Woman's Club

S Distinguished Visitors Address Lo.

tional Defense Co-operation

SHonor guests at a meeting of the
Port St. Joe Woman's club. held
Tuesday were Mrs. Thurston Rob-
erts of Jacksonville, president of
the state federation, and Mrs.
Joseph L. Gray of Lake City, state
SMrs. R. W. Smith, president of
S the local club, introduced the visi-
tors and Mrs. G. A. Patton pre-
'sented gifts to them and to Mrs.
nJ. A. Whitfield as tokens of ap-
,i;"''i I preciation from the club for their i .s L J4 \ i...
interest and co-operation in help-
Mrs. Thurston Roberts of Jack- interest and cooperation in help- This is what Gulf county duck h
sonville president of the Stte ng maintain the high standard of alack, this picture of wild Malla
sFederaion priof Wom tCe te the Port St. Joe club. ter Olson park and wild game re
Fedration of Woman's Clubs, Mrs. Robert' two-year term as pretty hun s, Miss Arline Jar
who was a guist Tuesday of the state president draws to a close tempting targets,, for they are pr
Port St. Joe Woman's Club.
Port St. Joe Wo~man's Club. in April of the coming year, and
she extended a Crdial invitation State Legion Head
Junior Class To to local club members to attend
the installation ceremonies to be Is Speaker Here
Present F a r ce held In Jacksonville at that time.
In her address to the club Mrs. --
Comedy TOni ht Roberts touched, on goals that Discusss Membership Drive At
ComedyTo i .ere set up when she became District Meeting Held
'president, viz., public health, corn- Motnday Night


unters dream about. But, alas and
rds was made in the 10-acre Wal-
efuge in the heart of Chicago. The
ico, dassent take a shot at these
-otected by law.

Xmas Seal Sale

Opens Monday
Pilot Club To Be In Charge of
Drive In Port St. Job; Do Your
Bit By Buying These Seals

4'Grandpa's Twin Sister" Promises munity singing and Bible study, ---- The annual Christmas Seal Sale.
Excellent Eentertainment for saying, "A singing nation is a At a special call meeting of Am- which this year is being sponsored,
Those Attending happy nation." She told of the ap- erican Legion posts held Monday by the Port St. Joe Pilot club, is
pointment of Mrs. T. V. Moore as night at the Centennial auditor- scheduled to get underway Mon-
The junior class of Port St. Joe state chairman of national defense ium, Rupert Caviness, state comn- day. November 24, and continue
high school has been practicing and stressed the fact that the mander of the American Legion, until Christmas, according to Miss
assiduously during the past sev- local club should lend its support spoke on "Membership" before Estelle Dickens, president of the
eral weeks on their annual class to the government in national de- representatives from Legion and club.
play which will be presented this fense, but also cautioned that the Auxiliary units from Apalachicola, The seal this year, designed by
evening at 8 o'clock in the high balance of the club should be Panama City and Port St. Joe. Stephen Dohanos, well-known Am-
school auditorium, maintained with the usual pro- The meeting was called by Sol A. erican artist, has a lighthouse as
The juniors have chosen for grams and other interests. Levy of Pensacola, commander of the theme of its design, and should
presentation a three-act farce corn- Mrs. Gray gave a brief talk, ithe Third District, who also acted be of particular interest to Flor-
edy, "Grandpa's Twin Sister," by stating that the federation has 12,- as toastmaster. idians since there are so many
Jean Provence, which should prove 679 members in Florida. She also I Caviness stated that the Depart- lighthousees along our coastline.
a hilarious affair, if advance no- told of her duties as state treas- ment of Florida had already passed The seal will be offered for sale
tices are any criterion, andi every- urer, saying, "It's lots of work, the 8000 mark in its drive for 10.- throughout the nat-ion, and in Flor-
body in the city should attend for but it's fun, too." She stated that 500 members, and that from pres- ida the sale is sponsored by the
an evening of good clean fun. at the federation meeting held In out indications the quota should Florida Tuberculosis and Health
The cast of characters follows: Lake Wales a $500 defense bond be filled by. December. association and its affiliated local
Grandpa Hatcher-A cantanker- had been purchased, thereby aid- Among distinguished out-of-town organizations.
ous old man....James Trawick ing national defense, guests present were Mrs. Annie Funds from the sale of seals pro-
Maggie-His Irish cook ....... The meeting closed with a de- Marks, Gold Star mother, and Col. vide the forces which aid physt
..........Madeline Soderberg lightfully informal tea presided Percy Coombs of Apalachicola; cians, nurses and others to do
Louise-His grandniece ....... over by Mrs. D. E. Marietta and M. Montgomery, Boys' State head, their job in the home defense
.........Dorothy Costin Mrs. William Hurlbut. The lace- of Tallahassee; Mrs. Jane Fleet- corps.
Betty-His granddaughter ..... covered tea table was centered wood, state president of the Aux- When you receive your sheet of
................. Mary Johnson with a formal arrangement of iliary; Clyde Swank of Panama stamps through the mail, please
Edgar-His grandnephew ...... (Continued on Page 3) City. and J.D. Carrol of Pensacola. remit immediately and do your bit
.................Billy Waller---- A sumptuous chicken dinner, in this great drive against tubercu-
Clara-Edgar's bossy wife ..... s Sharks Will Play In prepared by ladies of the local los.is.
..Mary Earl Helms Auxiliary, was served to the 70 or
........... ar ] rl elm ]--- -----

Ralph Wyatt-A young doctor .. more gathered for the occasion. -
................... Fred Norris BlountstownToday Entertainment was provided by Aloma Is All-Time
Henry Collins-A smart lawyer Miss Virginia Prid'geon, Miss Mar-
.........Thomas Smith In Final Game On Schedule; Won jorie Smith, Miss'Erline McClellan Spectacle T o p p er
Widow Williams--Undying flame Ninth Straight Game Friday and Miss Josephine Grimsley.
.. Lenora Johnson By Defeating Apalachicola Dorothy Lamour and Volcano Vie
Adam McP,herson-A specialist NEW BUILDING ORDINANCE For First Place In New
in saving ........... Jack Shiver The Port St. Joe Sharks six-man South Sea Film
grid team took the Chapman high An ordinance placing restrictions
GRAND OLD OP'RY STARS I team from Apalachicola for a 42-6 on new construction on Fourth
TO BE HERE MONDAY ride on Centennial Field last Fri- street between Long and Wood- Paraounts Technicolore "Alo-
Roy Acuff and his Smoky Moun- day, night to chalk up their ninth ward avenues was introduced, at play Suo e South Ssad wat th
tain Boys, heard onithe Grand, Old straight win out of nine starts. the meeting of the board of city plort Seat, is d nday at the
Op'ry over station WSM at Nash- Today the Sharks trek north to commissioners Tuesday night. toer of al o ood spectacle
ville, Tenn., will be here in per- Blountstown for their tenth ander of all Hollywood spetale
son Monday night at the high last scheduled game. Should they Spend Week-End In Tallahassee climax of the breath-takin
I The climax of the b-eath-takirg
school auditorium when they will lose to the Tigers they will still Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Smith spent color romance which stars Dorothy
present a varied program of mu- be champions of this conference, the week-end in Tallahassee, the Lamor and Jon Hall is a cine-
sical numbers and comedy. since they have defeated Blounts> guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Shep- matic duplicate of the explosion
A small admission will be town once, 8 to 6, and the Tigers 1pard and family. of K.rakatoa-said to be the most r
charged, part of which will go to have lost one other game, and if ---teible cataclysm of all time..
the general fund of the school, that should happen the Sharks will Visiting In Georgia Krakatoa was a volcanic island t
--- --- probably have to play Crawford-I Mrs. Gordon Thomas is spending in the Sunda Straits which in Au-
Attend Danley Party ville for the Northwest Florida six- several days in Albany, Ga., as gust of 1883 blew itself off the f
John Blount, Theo Pate,, Mildred man team title, s-ince Crawford- the guest of her sister, Miss mnrn. Statistics show that 36,000
Collier and Joe Morrow from the vile has lost one game this season. Blanche LeHardy. persons were killed. Lava, pumice
Port St Joe Danley Furniture However, should the Sharks win and debris was tossed 17 miles
store attended adinnepay f overBlountstown, and everything Spending Week In Atlanta into the air. The sound of the ex- a
employee of all anley stores heldpoints, that way, they will be the Mrs. H. A. Drake is spending plosion was heard in Africa, 3000 V
Thursday evening of last week at undisputed champs and will be in this week in Atlanta, Ga., the miles away. Tidal waves 50 feet r
the Dixie-Sherman hotline to meet the South Florida guest of her sister, Mrs. Nola high smashed outward, and even
ama City. 'winners for the state title. Tucker. (Continued on Page 4) t
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A. J. Navarre of Pensacola, for-
merly connected with the St. Joe
Paper company here, was elected
chairman of the southern division.
An-'rican Pulp ;a'(d Paper Mill Su-
perintendents association at a con-
vention of the group held Satur-
day in Biloxi, Miss.

The local fire department, with-
out a chief since the departure of
Troy Jones, was reorganied at a
meeting this week and W. D. Dare
named as chief. It was also an-
lounced that the volunteer firemen
vill receive $2 each from the city
or each fire.

Attends Meeting of Postmasters
Postmaster I. A. Drake was in
attendancee at the meeting of the
West ,Florida Association of Post-
masters held last Friday in Ap-
lachicola. He is vice-president of
he association.


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All Indications Point to Plentiful
Supply for Nimrods In
Gulf County

Gulf county hunters took to the
woods yesterday in untold, numbers
to inaugurate the opening of the
1941-42 hunting season and the
-onilinudus roll of gunfire deep in
the swamps and timberland gave
evidence that game this year will
be. plentiful.
All indications are, whether they
be looking for deer, quail, turkey
or squirrel, that the odds in their
favor are better than average, for
reports from those who keep up
with the game census indicate a
bumper supply of game in our
"last frontier."
Reports from fishermen in the
Willis Swamp section during the
past few weeks were that the
trees were full ot squirrels., fat
and saucy, and, that the under-
brush whert feed was good, was
literally alive with turkeys. There
have been a few reports of deer
being spotted, but not centered in
any particular locality.
Few changes have been made
in general hunting laws this year.
The principal change is in the re-
striction on shotguns which, if re-
peating or automatic, must be
plugged to threeshell capacity.
The law regarding hunting from
vehicles is still in effect Taking
game from automobiles, airplanes,
power boats or sailboats is still
prohibited. However, th'e hunter
can get into a bateau and paddle
about in his quest tor game.
Bag limits, with possession lim-
ited to two days' bag, are as fol-
Deer, one a day, and two in a
season; turkey, two a day and five
in a season; quail and squirrel, 15
a day and 200 in a season. The
state turkey, quail and squirrel
season ends February 15; the deer
season ends Decem'ber 31.
The migratory waterfowl season
for ducks and geese is already
open and will end December 31.
though in this section this type of
game is rather scarce right now
due to the exceptionally warm
springlike weather we are having.
The mourning dove season, also
controlled by federal regulations,
wil! open December 1 and continue
through January 11 f6r a 42-day
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AT T RGL T LF N 2 1 94

Published Every Friday at Port St. Joe, Fla.,
by The Star Publishing Company
W. S. SMITH, Editor

Entered as Second-class matter, December 10,
1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe, Florida,
under Act of March 3, 1879.

Subscription Invariably Payable In Advance
One Year........$2.00 Six Months......$1.00
Three Months..........65c

The spoken word is given scant attention;
the printed word is thoughtfully weighed.
Tile spoken word barely asserts; the printed
word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word
is lost; the printed word remains.

U P THERE in \Washington there's a heck
of a lot of talk about prices, inflation and
taxes-but the most talk is about taxes. How-
ever, it's largely talk, for nobody seems to
want the responsibility of doing something
about anything. Everybody wants to go on.
record as warning about the horrors of the
coming inflation, but nobody wants to be
held responsible for fathering another, stift
tax bill or a pirice-fixing bill with teeth in it.
Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau has
suggested a 15 per cent check-off tax on 1942
incomes. This would be collected monthly
during 1942, while us poor taxpayers are
still worrying about the taxes due on our
1941 income. In other words, it would be like
paying almost two years' taxes in one year.
Congressmen turned a deaf ear to the pro-
posal. One congressman, whose reaction can
probably be regarded as indicative of the at-
titude of all, said "The check-off is okeh it
you'll give me an exemption."
The treasury believes this would be the
most practical way of collecting revenue, but
congress believes it would work an unrea-
sonable hardship to ask the check-off on 1942
incomes and salaries, as most people have no
notion of how severely they will be hit by
the 1941 income tax, and should have a chance
to readjust themselves before being hit by a
15 per cent cut in wage or salary-and be-
sides a lot of congressmen are up for re-elec-
tion in 1942.
Congress is also worrying about demands
for wage increases in anticipation of higher
prices. The race between wages and prices
inevitably leads to the age-old inflation spiral
where prices rise because of higher wage
costs, and wages in turn are pushed up be-
cause of higher prices, and everyone suffers.
Our readers may think this is pretty dull
stuff we're dishing out here, but we advise
them to steel themselves, for they ain't seen
nothing' yet in the way of taxes; and prices,
inflation and related subjects are bound to
be big news for months to come, and the tax
and price controversy is going to play an Im-
portant role in the coming 1942 congressional

No, that head doesn't mean that the editor
of The Star has turned Nazi. We were just
thinking about how the former Austrian pa-
perhanger who has become dictator of prac-
tically all Europe, was born Adolf Schicki-
gruber. His father wasn't particularly stuck
on that name, so he had it changed to Hitler.
We believe it would be a good idea if all
newspapers and radio stations henceforth re-
fer to Hitler as "Der Fuerher Adolf Schickl-
gruber." It would certainly be hard to scare
the democratic peoples of the world with
such a name, and it would be hard even for
a fanatical Nazi not to smile if he had to
greet his friends with a "Heil Schicklgruber."'
Hitler sounds sort of menacing- Schickl-
gruber only funny, like something from the
old Kolb and Dill shows.
We'd be willing to bet Hitler would tear
his hair if he was referred to in this country
only as Adolf Schicklgruber.

With the sinking of the Reuben James and
the heavy loss of American lives, there is no
doubt now about the United States and .,er-
many's full-fledged war in the Atlantic. Prac-
tically, it is an undeclared war. And though
our government does not intend to let Adolf
Schicklgruber force the blame of the conflict
on the United States, the seriousness of the
situation has not been lessened.
Although it has not been accompanied by
a formal declaration of hostility by either
side, this war is real, and it comes home to
us here with the loss of three. Northwest
Florida boys on the Reuben James. The
fact that the two nations are so opposed to
each other by every standard brings home
the reality of the present conflict.
Germany has set out to sweep American
vessels from the sea, and the United States
has sworn to uphold its right to freedom of
the seas. The United States is determined
that the great English-speaking nations,
based on democratic institutions, shall not go
down. There is no other choice. The United
States is facing its greatest danger in history.
If the line of supply to Britain is cut, the
whole system of free government is in dan-
ger. The United States cannot take that risk.
cannot allow Britain to become isolated from
its allies, Russia and the United States. To
desert Britain and Russia now would be re-
peating the recent history of France. What
happened in France will happen, and quickly,
to Great Britain if the sea lanes are not kept
For those reasons, it is no longer just a
job of keeping Britain supplied. It is a job for
the United States navy to fight, to the fin-
ish, the all-out war in the Atlantic.

The fact that farm income for 1941 will
reach the highest figures in many years is
being widely publicized. However, that does
not mean that all is well with agriculture.
'he farmer's cost of labor, materials and
taxes is also reaching record levels.
The upshot is that the farm problem is not
solved. The farmer remains in an unfavorable
position in comparison with industry and la-
bor. This should not be the case, since, when
we come right down to facts, all wealth
comes from the land.

While driving to Tallahasse during the
week-end we noticed that the tin can tourists
are arriving in large numbers, but they are
not driving "tin can lizzies" with home-made
trailers like they used to. The very latest
model cars are pulling modern factory-made
steel trailers, and in most cases the trailer
matches the color of the car.

..A lot of us pause over the pronunciation of
some of the names of Russian and Turkish
cities appearing in the war news, forgetting
that here in Florida we have towns named
Pocataw, Salofka, Kolopec, Chuluota, Bithia
and Holopaw, not to mention Wewahitchka
and Two Egg.

Let us give thanks on this coming Thanks-
giving Day for the things that might have
happened .to us and did not happen, and look
forward to a brighter future.

' Breathes there a man with soul so dead
who never in his youth has called "Yoo-hoo"
at a pretty girl?-Titusville Star-Advocate.

- One thing we can be thankful for: Turkey
leftovers won't last from Thanksgiving until

People used to stay awake to listen to the
radio. Now they are kept awake by the
neighbor's radio.

< No woman can express her opinion in a
ten-word telegram.

There are many fine things that money
will not buy.

Canada produced approximately I A full-grown ostrich stands 7 to
80.000,000 pounds of beet sugar in 8 feet high and weighs between


200 and 300 pounds.

NAME LAW A. R. Yarborough, plaintiff, vs.
STO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Marjorie H. Yarborough, defendant.
Notice is -hereby given that the On Monday, the 1st day of De-
undersigned, pursuant to the "Fic- member, 1941, the defendant, Mar-
titious Name Statute," House Bill jorie H. Yarborough is required to
No. 1175, Chapter No. 20953, Laws appear to the bill for divorce filed
of Florida, 1941, will register with against her in this cause, and The
the Clerk of the Circuit Court,.in Star is hereby designated' as the
and for Gulf County, Florida, upon newspaper in which this order
receipt of proof of the publication shall be published once a week for
of this notice, the fictitious name, four consecutive weeks.
to-wit: ST. JOE FISH COMPANY, Witness my hand and the seal
under which I am engaged in of said Court this 31st day of Oc-
business at Port St. Joe, Florida. jtober, 1941, at Wewahitchka, Gulf
That the party interested in said County, Florida.
business enterprise is. as follows: (SEAL) J. R. HUNTER,
Atlon McKeithen. Clerk Circuit Court.
Dated at Port St. Joe. Gulf E. Clay Lewis Jr.,
County, Florida, November 7, 1941.i Solicitor for Plaintiff. 11-7-28



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Under our democracy wo-
man first formed an active
partnership with man in
their joint task of improv-
ing the !ot of humnnnity.
And in the Amrerican wo-
man's singular t.riumnph.
labor-saovng co,.vw:-.ilces
played a part. Household
electric appliances ri:ecsed
her from rrnviy wS''.iub
drudger'es, that h., energy
and t. not might be dl.
rected to $he b-id1!,og cf
better citizenshrF.
Surely, rather oL- demo-
cratic way of living ,s pie-
served for our children, de-
pends as mui,'h upon wo-
man's ac'vc poinrotism as
upon ciy oilier arm of our
nationoi c:',nse.
Woman's superior moral

and spiritual strength ca:-.
save us. More than eve.
before she gives serious:
thought to our economic,
;'-cial and political prob-
lems. Through study circles,
garccn groups, business ana
professional clubs, church
sc:ietics and parent-teach-
er associations, she already
changes the complexion of
commucr cities.
The employees of this
con',cny koow that elec-
tri:ity s 'odiiy c'vcnces the
A:imeic.n vway of Iife-that
it is a good influence in
the ever*expanding sphere
of woman's greater useful-
ness. Modern electric ser-
vices give you the time to
help keep democracy at
work. -







The United States consumes 60
per cent of the world's rubber.
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Cash Benefits up to $200.00
person. Age limits 1 to so yea
Monthly payment $1.00 per fami
Write for particulars. Solicitor
P. 0. Box 3033 Orlando, Flori

Office Hours: 9 to 12; 1 to 5
Sunday By Appointment
Costin Bldg. Port St. Joe


Ritz Theatre Building First Floor

Bring us your next prescrip-
tion. Only fresh, full quality
materials are used. Only qual-
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Lunch, 12 to 2...........40c
Dinner, 6 to 8 ..........40c

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Society Personals Churches

To Enter Army
Alvie Hardy, employed for some
time past at Kenney's mill, left Sat-
urday for Ponce de Leon to visit
his parents before entering the

.rs. Miss Ruth Grace Logan, daugh- *y .. Mrs.'Nick Kelly was hostess to Reader's Digest
ily. ter of Mrs. Ruth Logan of Wewa- the Dorcas Circle of the Baptist
ors hitchka, and Roy Evans of this .:* Missionary society at her home $3.00 Per Year
city were united in marriage last th.prsn Monday afternoon, with Mrs. Chas. and The Star
NY Friday. in'Graceville at the parson- .. McClellan in charge of the devo-
ida age of the Methodist minister, Rev. tional After the meeting the mem- $2.00 Per Year
.- H. H. Williamson, with members h ers enjoyed a delightful social! BOTH FOR ONE YEAR $4.25
of the families and a few close hour with the hostess.
friends witnessing the ceremony. The Ruth Circle met at the home BOTH FOR 2 YEARS $7.50
The bride is a graduate of Flor- of Mrs. C. G. Costin Monday af-
- ida State College for Women and ternoon with Mrs. P. B. Fairley in
is teaching school at Graceville. charge. Reports were given and : _____ _
lMr. Evans came to this city sev- p. plans made to carry shrubbery to
eral years ago from Sulligent, Ala., the church for planting. Mrs. Wes-
and is employed by, the St. Joe Pa- ley Ramsey gave out parts for the
per company. royal service program for next
The young couple, who left for Monday's meeting. After the busi-
a brief honeymoon trip to New Or- ness session delicious refreshments
leans, will make their home in were served by the hostess.
this city. Mrs. George Cooper entertained
HOD Cthe Reibecca Circle at her home O-cns Daili 2:45, Continuously
ALTAR SOCIETY TO HOLD Monday afternoon, with Mrs. E. F.
SPGE TT SU E ahMrs. J. L. Gray of Lake City, nn rii e s were
The Episcopal Altar society will treasurer of the State Federation given by the various chairmen, a.-
hold a spaghetti supper tomorrow of Woman's Clubs, who was the Ler which Mrs. W. O. Nichols was LAST TIMES TODAY
evening, starting at 5 o'clock, in guest Tuesday of the Port St. appointed program chairman ana
the Comforter building at the cor- Joe Woman's Club. Mrs. W. L. Crawford stewardship
ner of Reid avenue and Third chairman. Two new members were
street. The charge will be 50 cents METHODIST WOMEN IN added to the membership. After
per plate, and the public is cr- MEETHODIST WOMEN IN the business the hostess serv S i
dially invited to attend. The Woman's Society or Chris- efres ents to the ifteen mem-

B. T. U. OFFICERS AND tian Service of the. Methodist N
LEADERS TO MEET Church met Monday afternoon at News War Scenes
LEADERS TO MEETthe church for a program and Mrs.'Bill Childs has returned tte
the church for a program and
The Officers' and Leaders' meet- study class, with Mrs. Edwin Ram- her home here after spending part
ing of the Northwest Coast Baptist sey in charge. Following the usual of.llast week in Dothan, Ala., the
Training. Union for this quarter opening, Mrs R. H Reddick gave guest of Mr. and Mrs. Howell SATURDAY ONLY
will be held in Calloway church the scripture lesson. Hampton.
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 c.s.t. The program was opened with a *
All Training Union officers are vocal duet by Mrs. Ramsey and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Burch vis-
urged to attend. Mrs. Roy Gibson, accompanied at ited in Hartford, Ala., over the
4 "t tithe piano by Mrs. B. H. Smith This week-end, guests of Mr.. Burch's
CREWS-HELMS was followed with a reading by parents.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E Helms are Mrs. C. R. Matthews, after which CH ARLE
announcing the marriage of their study of the book, "Christian T. V. Morris was in Jacksonville STA
dauhgter. Sara Beth. to William Roots or Democracy in America," -everal days this week on business as the
Crews. Both are residents of this was continued, with Mrs. Ralph medico
city. The ceremony was performed Swatts. Mrs. A. M. Jones, Mrs. WORK coies in BOTT LES
in Panama City on Saturday, No- W. Hurlbut and Mrs. Rawls tak- RK THRILLER NO. 2 -
Svember 1. The young couple is at ing part in the discussion. 'clean painted surfaces
home to their friends on Monu- WITH
ment avenue and Second steret. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
RE *C *' Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wilson of / T
GARDEN CIRCLE TO MEET ,\iontieello announce the engage-
The Garden Circle of the Port ment of their daughter, Frances RihrdAlendy Devine
St. Joe Woman's club will meet Louise. to Tom Shelly Coldewey of r
with the executive committee on this city. The wedding will be a Serial: "JUNGLE GIRL"
Tuesday. November 25, at 3 p. m. event of December 6 in Monticello.
in the club room at the Centennial CONCENTRATED
The Band. Sponsors club will PAINT CLEANER SUNDAY MONDAY
S MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED meet at the band room Tuesday Harmless to paint and hands. Pour DOROTHY LAMOUR and -(
Announcement is being made of evening at 7:30 All members are and SURPRISE! The Job is Done.
the marriage of Miss Billie Nobles, requested to be present. 25 at your Drug. Hardware. Paint. JON HALL in
or Grocery Store. If your dealer
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. does not stock send 25 and a 3t "Aloma "f the
Nobles of this city, to John T. Dr. A. L. Ward spent Tuesday stamp to t e
Guttry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul in Pensacola. W.B. CHAPMAN Laboratory
Gut-try of this city, on November Colorado Springs. Colo. South Seas
10 in Wewahitchka, Judge Earl George Tapper was a business News "Our Gang"
Pridgeon officiating, visitor Wednesday in Wewahitchka.
* Be Sure It's
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Robbins Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cummings GULF COUNTY DAIRY
and, small son, Weems, spent part left Monday for Blountstown for TUESDAY, NOV. 25
of last week in Apalachicola visit- several weeks. Mr. Cummings Is MILK!
ing relatives. engineer for the new tanks being THEY'RE
constructed, here by the South- .' BACKI
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sullivan and eastern Pipe LAne corporation.,
baby were week-end! visitors in 4 *
Florala, Ala. Mrs. J. Lewis of Pvt. Richard Mahon of Craig
'lorala returned to the city with Field is spending the holidays in
them to visit for several weeks, the city with his, parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Mahon. '. HEI A
W. C.' che spent the week-end ,RA N
in Mobile, Ala.. visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Young were R
Mrs. Roche and small son, Michael. week-end visitors in New Orleans.
who had been. visiting in the Ala- *
bama city for several days, re- STATE PRESIDENT HONORED V
turned home with him. AT WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING

Miss Louise Holmes of Panama (Continued from Page 1)
City spent Sunday in this city vis- chrysanthemums and a bowl of Pure! Fresh! Rich! WED DAY O ,
iting friends, fruit prepared by Mrs. Marc Flel1 Wh.olesome!
S* schel, who used chrysanthemums /J"-,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. ,Graves of of the rich shades of the frulL, 1 k ad
Newville, Ala., Mrs. T. B. Smith emphasizing their beauty and i he sure of getting that THE MERRY MACS
of Montgomery and Mrs. T. Jones Thanksgiving thoughts of harvest. precious sunshine vitamin *MISHA AUERR t
and small son Travis of Headland, There is a challenge and an in- -Vitamin D. Our milk
Ala.. will arrive today to spend the spiration in working together as is sunshine in a bottle! C
week-end here as guests of Mrs. club women, and more women or SPECIAL ATTRACTION
M. B. Smith. Port St. Joe are asked to heed this '-A
challenge to develop civic cot,- ON THE STAGE!
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Austin of sciousness and state and' national lf I t 1
Apalachicola visited in this city loyalty. Gulf Conty Dairy 9:30 P. M.----
Sunday. ---- ------ (TnMLiMllif L(HillIlliiiillimi lf(flilm sIffT

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:THE TATTLER By 'The Snooper' of Last Year The Low Down SPECTACLE TOPPER
We wonder why a certain blondeown
We wonder why a certain blonde from (Continued from Page 1)
/ Buck Walters Editor trys to break up couples? It cer- (Continued n the English Chan-
Marigene Smith ... Reporter mainly won't get her anyplace. W illis Swamp n An dn the Engsh f th
Fay Scheffer ...... Reporter It seems like Melba and her volcano actually circled the entire
1 B* CS it seems, like Thomas makes Editor The Star: globe, darkening the sun and cause
Sees Al, Knows Al, Te good use of his hours spent with Anybody who knows only A, Bing the earth to suffer an unusually
SSees All, Knows All, Tells bitter winter season.
SAll About Port St. Joe Ruth. C knows that in the U. S. A. we Such is the story of Krakatoa,
H ceems like the junior girls arek
High School Islipping with their senior boy- kin have any kind of government seized by Paramount for the spec.
Friends! we want. You don't have to. know tacular climax of "Aloma of the
NEW HEATING SYSTEM and the Apalachicola Sharks, the What certain sophomores, B. E. geometry or calculus, or answer South Seas." Tremendous, sets
At last, were going to have some high school band led a parade in and B. B., seem to have up a case? all the quiz program questions, were sent tumbling and sprawling
leat-and we mean HEAT! the downtown section last Friday We wonder why Marjorie C. If our congressman up there on r explosive fect critics a
The other day the pupils heard afternoon. spends most of her time over at ithe billion-dollar Potomac Is a, t ter mumblPing the silm left t
Slot of noise, and looked out the At the game Friday night sp. her neighbor's house? disappointment on account o ben ermum t sae word,
Disappointment on account of being terrific!"
window to see the new furnace cial maneuvers were performed on' S. K. and Betty J. S. are wish- a "y.es, sir" person, or someethin',
goingg up. the field at the half. It is a well ing things, don't you think? we know who put him there. We gins-tail feathers will fly!
The furnace room is being built known fact that there has been Mary Earl an.d Arthur S. were did It ain't so bad being' gullible And speaking' of tail feathers an'
behind the auditorium, at the cen- room for improvement in our band seen together the other night. and losin' 2 bits by guessing' the the open season-the turkeys is
er.of the building, and when'It Is performances, and we can't help Nice going, Arthur! pa is under the shell, which it thicker'n gumbo soup down here
completed we will really have a but remark that compliments were We wonder why Mr. Hannon ain't, but being' gullible when you in the Swamp and the squirrels
hot" school, forthcoming from the visitors as spelled house "howse"? head down to the votin' place is practically mob you every time
well as our bandmaster. nothing' to be super-proudi about, you go out in the woods. Squirrel
BAND NEWS The Apalachicola band, under They that give up essential lib- ,But we ain't sunk yet-con- pie and' roast turkey for Thanks-
By Barbara Edwards the direction of Frank Lodwick, erty to obtain a little temporary pletely. Next year we git another givin'-I kin hardly wait.
Heralding the approach of the played sevearl numbers which safety, deserve neither liberty or whack in the votin' booth. Oh, boy, Yours with the l1w down,
ame between the St Joe Snarka were greatly enjoyed, safety. -Benjamin Franklin, 1775. November, 1942-open season be- JO SERRA.