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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1957
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE


STAR


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"'


VOLUME XXI


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1957


-ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


Movgle Copy so


Sharks Make Bid For Conference




Crown In Homecoming Tilt Friday


All is serene and quiet for a ct: I pe \
ple of days and then everything
gets back to normal, more or les, ". *
when she comes back-with the
kids. / c/ / W/ OODS"
That coming home is where result -W F70 CAREfU /WT/IR/N IN e ODSI
number two comes in.
We never know, when the wife
leaves home to visit "momma" jusc ABOVE is the first in a series of cartoons that will appear in
what she will come home with. the newspapers of the State of Florida. They were drawn by
This trip was no different. Clyde A. Fite. local artist, and are being distributed by the
She came home-and with some- Florida Forest Service.
thing she didn't leave with.
.Let's see now-there was one
half grown boxer puppy, two gold- J C peppe Wi S eepstakes
fish (in a plastic bag), one para- -rs ur ns w
keet, two dozen strawberry plants, I
a sack of sweetspotatoes and ten Ribbon At First Fall Flower Show
pounds of shelled pecans-plus
bushes orm whaftevere you call themes, The coveted 'Sweepstakes ribbon iBuck Griffin, red ribbon; Mrs. B.
busrom the mothatever you c-in-laws green- for the most blue ribbons received E. Rawls, yellow ribbon.
from the mother-in-law's green-!'was awarded to Mrs. J. C. Cul-
house, was awarded to Mrs. J. C. Oul-
houseow-what happens to all this. pepper in the First Fall Flower Classificationd That Blows" Mrs

The goldfish have arealdy died. Show sponsored by the Garden Club "For the Wind That Blows", Mrs.
One night in that house is all they last week end. J. C. Arbogast, blue ribbon; Mrs
Fred Maddox, red ribbon; Mcs.
could stand.- The show, one of the most attrac- Kenneth Brodnax, yellow ribbon;
The dog might live through it- tive and well-executed and the first th Ma honorbl me-
since he seems to be more hardy of its kind at this season of the Mrs. Chris Martin, honorable mea-
than the kids. year, was set up in the Florida tion..
The sweet potatoes have been Power Lounge on Reid Avenue and Classification II L
(burp) eaten, was very well 'attended. The ar- Fred Maddox, blue ribbon; Mr.
The pecans will go into fruit rangement 'and horticulture divi- Fred Maddox, blue ribbon; Mr:.
S- Ralph anceredribbon; Mrs. Car


caU es an U ultimately endU up withll
the same fate as the sweet pota-
toes.
The plants-? What will happen
to them? Well in the past they
were stuck in the ground and knock-
ed down in the next football game
at Ramsey stadium.
I'm personally taking over the
strawberries and will attempt to
raise a strawberry shortcake.

I am anxiously awaiting the lit-
tle woman's next visit to "Mom-
ma's" and see what surprise she
will have in store when she gets
back.

And speaking of the little wo-
man, after last week's column, she
announced that she was going to
let her hair grow and that she was
placing us on notice that we wera
officially in the dog house-and
now there's a boxer there too.

Al Smith; 'brought us in ani eight,
foot tall stalk of sugar cane Tues-
day afternoon. Al grew the cane
in his back yard down on Wood-
ward Avenue. He says this giant-
size stalk is just the average of his
entire crop. If you would like to
see this stalk of sugar cane you
had better get by the Star offl'ic
before we get our knife sharpened..

We walked into the Thursbay
Chevrolet the other day to pick
up a job of printing (we do print-
ing, you know) and there was- a
certain sweet tater, the town's
leading undertaker and Sam John
son, Thursbay's parts manager, dis
cussing the situation to date.
At the time they were discussing
Miss Minerva McLane, the Hospi-
tal manager (and everything they
said was to the upbuilding of your
reputation Miss Minerva). Sam
Johnson came up with the shocker
of the year. He said that you, Miss
Minerva, had helped bring him into
the world. I must say, Miss Miner-
va, that you have bore up well af-
ter this ordeal.
We think Sam was bragging in
'an off-hand way about his age. You
"know he looks every day of 45-
what with no hair and all-but that
would place Miss Minerva in the
Social Security bracket if she had
helped to bring him in the world.
But then maybe Sam was com-
plimenting himself In the same off-
-hand manner. Miss Minerva does-


sions were attractively highlighted
by backgrounds of fall foliage.
Mrs. 'Ralph Nance took the tri-
color ribbon for the best arrange-
ment In Division .1 and the tri-color
ribbon in the horticulture division
went to Mrs. George Cooper. The
bronze ribbon for the most distinc-
tive flower arrangement was award-
ed to Mrs. J. C. Arbogast.
Special awards were taken by
the Orchidland Florist Shop, Ned-
ley's Florist Shop and Vittum's Nur-
sery for outstanding exhibits by
commercial growers and arrang-
ers.
Judges for the show were: Mrs.
T. A. Tucker of 'Laguna Beach;
Mrs. John Elbra, Mrs. A. N. Al-
dridge, Mrs. Toe Bonner, Mrs. Felix
Moates and Mrs. J. M. Nixon all of
Panama City. Proceeding the show,
the judges were entertained at a
morning coffee and later, a lunch-
eon was given in their honor at
the Motel St. Joe.
Club president, Mrs. Ralph Nance
and general chairman of the show,
Mrs. J. C. Arbogast, extend their
thanks and appreciation to all club
members as well as non-members
who helped to make this show a
success.
Awards given for the various clas-
sifications are as follows:
ARRANGEMENTS
Classification I
"For the Sun That Shines", Mrs.


So* S W4**ae $t 0@ S SOS

ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY

Frenchie and the kids took a lit-
tle trip over the week end up to
Georgia to visit with her mother
and father and various other kmn-
folks.
Usually Frenchie's trips off like
that result in two routine-shaking
events.
One is that we have two or three
days of absolute quiet at homn.
No kids fighting. No color crayons
on the floor. Unlimited access to
'the bathroom. Paper plates and
sandwiches. Forgetting to tell Carl
Guilford to stop the milk and th3
refrigerator piling up. The bed get-
ting that "slept-in" look and the
television set is relieved of having
cowboys chase pell-mell across its
screen and straining under the
thundering hoofs of cattle and hor-
ses.


Sharks Batter

Bonifay, 41-6

The St. Joe Sharks tuned up
their touchdown muscles as they
pounded out a rugged 41-6 victory
over an out-manned but game ,Boni-
fay eleven.
St. Joe's ground game went wild
in amassing 469 yards. The Sharks
scored early in the first quarter on
a 14 yard pass from Ed Smith to
Billy iDenton. In the second quar-
ter, Buddy Hudson scored on a sev-
en yard dash around left end. Boni-
fay quarterback Helms almost made
a game out of it as he broke loose
later for a 55 yard TD jaunt 'but
St. J-oe couldn't be contained as
they put together a long sustained
drive that carried the ball to the
Bonifay two where quarterback Ed
Smith pushed across for the score.
Taylor's kick was good and the
Sharks were ahead 20-6 at half
time.
The (Sharks continued the massa-
cre in the third quarter. Ed Smith


important part in Friday night's started things off with a beautiful
final results. The fact remains that 54 yard run to the Bonifay six
if Quincy is to be beaten this year where Wayne Taylor bulled over
it will be the Sharks who do it and for the TD. Taylor scored two more
then clinch their first conference TD's to end the game, one on an
crown in 15 years. eight yard plunge and another on
According to the Dickenson a 15 yard run. All the extra points
system-which the conference were good and the game ended
goes by-the Sharks would be the 41-
conference champs with a win Wayne Taylor with 183 yards and
over Quincy. Frank-Fletcher with 97 yards were
the leading ground gainers for the
'',. '' .' '.... i.hark s. Quarterback Ed ,Smith


SBJ~~'.':: ':


Armstrong, yellow ribbon; Mrs.. ,... 'i
George Davis, honorable mention. ', .
Classificaiton iV
"For The Moon That Glows" .
(fresh), Mrs. Ralph Nance, blue -" .
ribbon and tri-color; Mrs. Buck : 4.'-,
Griffin, yellow ribbon. ": '
(dried) Mrs. Tom Byrd, blue rib- '"
bon; Mrs. G. S. Croxton, red rib- ": ,
bon; Mrs. J. C. Arbogast, yellow U
ribbon.
Classification V
"For Simple Things" Mrs. J. C.
Arbogast, blue ribbon; Mrs. Ralph
Nance, red ribbon; Mrs. J. C. Cul- .IN,
pepper, yellow ribbon. WAYNE TAYLOR
Classification VI Homecoming Team Capt.
"For Birds That Sing" Mrs. J. C.
Arbogast, blue ribbon and bronze Shark Fullback Wayne Taylor
ribbon fog distinciton; Mrs. Chris has been chosen captain for tomor-
Vartin, red ribbon; Mrs. Ralph row's game. This will be Taylor's
Nance, yellow ribbon. 38th appearance in a high school
ClassificaitQn VII football game-a record accom-
"For Little Things" Miniature (3 polished by very vew athletes these
inches) David Nance, blue ribbon; days.
Mrs. Ralph Nance, red ribbon; Mrs.
Henry Ayers, yellow ribbon. Also it will be the final home
B. (8 inches) Mrs. Ralph Nance, 'appearance for such outstanding
blue ribbon; Mrs. Henry Ayers, boys as Frank Fletcher, Ross Hud-
yellow ribbon. son, Kenneth Hurlbut, Charles
Classification VIII Boyer, ISonny Crafin, Billy Denton,
"For Friends That Share" (Ta- Terry Hinote and Wayne Taylor.


ble) Mrs. Joseph Hendrix, blue
ribbon; Mrs. W. 0. Nichols, red
ribbon; Mrs. H. F. Ayers, yellow
ribbon; Mrs. Jake Belin, honorable
mention.
Classification IX
"For God's Bounty Everywhere"


.piae a beautiful game with 82
Sards gained in' five carries for an
.~-rge of 162 yards per carry.
St, Joe Bonifay
Fir-t Downs .....------.. 20 4
Y.I -j Rushing .....4.9 141
Y i Passing ...--.-- 29 35
Toutl 498 176
Pi -. Attempt .--.. 16 14
I'ja..: Comp .....---..--..... 4 3
IL J interceptedd 0 3


51st Seal Sale Can

Begin This Week In

Tlhe 51st Annual Seal Sale for
Gulf County will begin with the
mailing of Christmas Seals on No-
vember 15, according to Lawrence
S. Bissett, Seal Sale Chairman.
The sale of Christmas Seals is
tne sole support of the Gulf County
TB and Health Association in their
fight against the nation's number
one infectious killer.
Contributions are needed for the
taking of chest X-rays, Tuberculo-


Other seniors who have been a big
help in making the season so suc-
cessful are Ward Richards, William
Lucas and Leo Punt.
School officials are expecting
the largest crowd to ever witness
an event in St. Joe Friday night,


Parade- Will Open Homecoming

Festivities Tomorrow Afternoon


SWin Over Tigers

'Will Clinch Crown

The St. Joe Sharks will be
pointing for their biggest and
most important game of the sea-
son tomorrow night as they tackle
the Quincy Tigers in the Sharks
annual Homecoming fracas.
It could just 'be, now that St.
Joe has knocked off a couple of
the big boys in the conference, that
the team feels ready to take care
of another one.
By now it is fairly evident that
the Sharks can play good, solid,
hard-knocking football for 48 min-
utes, a primary requisite for hand-
ling a talent-rich team like Quincy.
Further, St. Joe appears cap-
able of delivering if it has to-
and against Quincy it will have
to-the extra special effort re-
quired to master a truly fine foot-
ball team.
Whether Coach Marion Craig
can get his troops "up" as high for
Quincy as he. unmistakably did for
Marianna and Chipley will be an


MenU Listed For (Men's Division) Dr. Joe Hendrix, so all loyal fans are urged to General Mills is giving to the >
blue ribbon. come early to be assured of a American Cancer Society, five ,.1 ,.
Annual Harvest Dinner Women's Division) Mrs. Ralph seat. cents for each package of their
Nance, blue ribbon. product sold next week in thes3
The menu for the annual Har- Classification X Boat Club Sets Meet stores.
vest Dinner, to be sponsored by "That Christmas Is Coming", For Tonight At 7:30 p.m. If you are interested in helping k
the St. James' Episcopal women on Mrs. Tom Mitchell, blue ribbon; with this sale, please call 7-7371 or
November 20 has been announced. Mrs. G. S. Croxton, red ribbon; There will be a meeting of the 73091 for time and place you can
The dinner will- be held on the Mrs. J. C. Arbogast, yellow ribbon. St. Joe Boat Club tonight in the sis testing, medical research, health be used.
above date in the Episcopal Parish HORTICULTURE Florida Power Lounge, according education and rehabilitation of TB
House from 6 to 8 p.m. Classification I-Annuals to Aubrey R. Tomlinson; vice-comn-'patients. Mrs. Davis Wins In
On the menu will be turkey and Mrs. Kenneth Brodnax, blue rio- modore. The sale of Christmas Seals is Golden Harvest Drawing
dressing, aweet potato souffle, bon; Mrs. J. C. Culpepper, red rib- Meeting time has been set at nation wide and will continue
string beans, cranberry sauce, car- bon. 7:30 p.m. tonight and all members throughout the Ckristmas season. Mrs. F. G. Davis was the winner Cong. Bob Sikes Will
rot and apple salad, home made Classification II-Perennials and prospective members of the of $25.00 in last week's Golden Har Sp k H Tre
rolls, cake and coffee. Mrs. J. C. Culpepper, two blue club are invited to attend. Every five minutes another vest drawing held at St. Joe Motor Speak Here Today
,Plates will be fixed to go out if ribbons; Mrs. George Cooper, blue I American breaks down with TB. It Company.
the Parish House is called ahead of and red ribbons; Mrs. Mollie Hen- LOCAL LIONS MEMBERS can happen to anyone. So when The drawing Saturday will be Congresman Bob Sikes will ad-
time. The plates will be ready when derson, blue ribbon; Mrs. Charles ATTEND DISTRICT MEETING your TB Seals come to you, buy held at Costin's Department Store dress a combined meeting of the
wanted. Stevens, yellow ribbon. Warren Pareseau, Kay Clark, and and use the Seals to help your TB at 3:30 p.m. Rotary, Kiwanis and Lions Clubs
Classification III-'Roses Jessie Stone, of the Port St. Joe Association, At a meeting of the steering comrn- at noon today at a dinner meeting
Mrs. Buck Griffin, red ribbon. Lions Club attended a district mittee held last Friday, it was de-to be held in the Methodist Church
n't look a day over 35 and that Classification IV-Flowering Pott- meeting of Lions International in Visits In Georgia cided to drop the Golden Harvest recreation room.
would place Sam about the age ed House Plants. Panama City Sunday. The meeting! Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey and Drawing program on the last Sat- Sikes speech will be broadcast
of 15. Mrs. J. C. Culpepper, two blue was held in the Dixie Sherman Ho- children spent the week end vis- urday in November. over radio station WJOE and will
'It must have been cigarettes that ribbons; Mrs. H. R. Maige, blue, red tel. The meeting featured an ad- iting friends and relatives in War-1 go on the air at 12:45 p.m.
aged him so fast. (Continued On Page 8) dress by the District Governor. ner Robins and Perry, Ga. ; advertking doesn't cost-it PAYS K


NUMBER 7


PREVET WOOS,F


NUMBER 7


In an election by secret ballot by the football team, Miss
Nancy Pridgeon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tom Pridgeon,
and a senior at Port St. Joe High School, was elected to reign
over Homecoming Festivities this week end. Wayne Taylor was
elected as king.
School spirit has been at a peak
SWill this week with spontaneous cheer-
ing between classes and floats for

Funds For Bleachers the parade being constructal and
decorated.
There will be a barbecue with The Homecoming Parade Friday
a varied menu tomorrow after- afternoon, will be led the Port St.
noon prior to the Sharks-Quincy Joe High School Band. The parade
football game, near the Centen- will begin at 4:30 at the Munici-
nial Building. pal Building. The -band will be fol-
On the menu will be barbecued lowed by the Cheerleaders.
chicken or ribs which will be Following the band and cheer-
$1.50 a plate and chicken and leaders, will come the floats. In the
rice or fried mullet which will lead will be a float constructed by
be $1.00 per plate. the Pep Club and the Student Coun-
All funds derived from the sale cil. This float will feature the
of these barbecue, fish and chick- Homecoming King and Queen. The
en and rice dinners will go to- attendants for the Queen's court
ward financing the construction will' follow in convertibles. Each of
of more bleachers for the football the eleven Senior football players
stadium, will chose a 'Senior girl to be an
A recent meeting of the school attendant to the Queen.
board granted Port St. Joe $1800 Homeroome and club floats will
for the purchase of steel for more make up the remainder of the par-
bleachers. Local financing must ade.
purchase the lumber, which is es- Prizes will be awarded the two
timated will cost around $1,000. winning floats. Announcements of
This money will double the pres- winners will be announced at the
ent bleacher capacity now on the Pep rally which will be held immed-
field. lately following the parade on the
it is hoped to get these bleach- vacant lot on the corner of Reid
ers erected before next Spring and Fifth Stret.
at which t.nve the stadium will Civic clubs of Port St. Joe are
be used for the Northwest Flor- sponsor a barbecue at the Cn-
ida band festival. tennial Building beginning at 6:00
BAND BOOSTERS WILL p.m. Proceeds will go toward the
construction of additional bleachers
MEET TONIGHT on the football field.
President Henry Chason, has an- The Queen will be crowned prior
nounced that there will be a meet-o the football game at 7:45 p.m.
g of the Band Booster's Assoc- 'For the crowning ceremony the
tion tonight at 7:30 in the Band
io oigh a 7:31 in the Band Queen will approach the field on
Room at the High School. the Queen's float. The band will
All persons interested in the pro- play for the crowning ceremony.
gress of the band are urged to at- Following the football game, a
tend. Homecoming Dance will be held in
the gymnasium sponsored by the
n Will Pep Club and the Student Council.
pl 91 W ill A special invitation is extended
Gulf County to all alumni of Port 'St. Joe High
Gulf County School to be present at all of the
Homecoming festivities.

Cancer Society To EPISCOPAL WOMEN WILL
Sponsor Mix Sale GIVE AWAY BRIDE DOLL
A Bride Doll will be given away
The local unit of the American (Dece ber 20 at the St. James
Cancer Society will' sponsor a Episcopal Woman's Bazaar.
"Meet Your Neighbor Sale" next All children may enter the con-
week. The sale will feature pro- test to receive the free doll. Entry
ducts of General Mills and will be- blanks may be obtained at Costin's
gin Thursday afternoon November Department Store. Children should
21 and continue through Saturday. color the blanks and turn them in
at the door of the Bazaar.
The Quality Market, Piggly Wig- -
gly, A & P, TGA Foodliner have
given space in their grocery stores
to sell General Mills pie crust mix,
cake mix and other products that
you will be using for the coming
holiday season.
Those living in Highland View .'
may go to Plair's Grocery or Mc- ""
Cormick's products.
On the 'beach, Guilford's Grocery .
will handle this sale. -" 4 .


i







Alice Yadon, Mrs. Nell Mitchell, .
Methodist Women of Port St. Joe and Presbyterian Women rs. o n, Mrs. ell Mithell First Baptist WMS
iveh Cls Payrty Mrs. Elizabeth Prows, Mrs. Mar-1
Highland View Plan Mission Study Have Class Party garet Clark, Mrs. Mildred Has Mission Study
Mrs. Margaret Smith, Mrs. J. R.
The adult women's class and Morrison, Mrs. W. K. Settlemire, -
On Monday afternoon at 3:00 president, urges all Methodist wo- guests of the Presbyterian Sunday Mrs. George McLawhon, Mrs. Hazel The WMS of the First Baptist
p.m. November 18, women of the men of this area to make a special School gathered at the manse on rates Mrs. Flora Long, Mrs, Church met Monday afternoon at
Methodist Churches of Port St. Joe effort to attend this meeting which Garrison Avenue Tuesday night, Gladys Brown, Mrs. Dell Bissett, 3:00 p.m. at the church for mission
and Highland View will have the promises to be one of the high November 12, for a delightful class Mrs. Caroline Winters, Mrs. Floyd study. The study *was, on Africa.
privilege of learning to what ex- lights of the year. party. Campbell and Mrs. Harry Punt The name of the book was "Conti-
tent Methodist women have respon- .. Mrs. Harry Punt greeted her ___ nent In Commotion" by Ira N. Pat.
ded to the challenge of Jesus to |I guests and presented them to Mrs. terson. There were 22 members
"Go into All the World.. ." Accord- Elementary Sc oOl Calla Perritt, who (assisted by her Garden Cu Notes present. Mrs. Byron Smith, miss-
ing to the program chairman of the t Roo U daughter, Mrs. Bill Brown) immed- if your crepe myrtles failed to ion study chairman, opened the
Woman's Society, Mrs. A. Morgan, Lunch II Menu lately began intriguing games and bloom this season, it may have meeting with the group singing,
Jones, Jr., a special program is to M contests. The guests were later in- been because yeour soil lacked phos- "The Light of The World Is Je-
be presented at this time in the Monday, November 18 vited to the tea table where an ar- phate and potash. Give them a lib- sus." She then led in prayer. There
Sanctuary of the First Methodist Barbecue beef on buns, white rangement of lavender chrysanthe- eral application of these plant foods. was three chapters of the book
Church, with Mrs. J. R. Helms of acre peas, cabbage slaw, chocolate mums and heather centered the ta- Dust crepe myrtle thoroughly with taught. Mrs. Smith taught the first
Lynn Haven as guest speaker, as- cake and milk. ble that was covered with a soft finely powdered sulphur to prevent one; Mrs. Bob Ellzey the second
sisted by Mrs. Fred Gainer of Pan- Tuesday, November 19 pink cloth. mildew. land Mrs. Ralph Nance the third.
ama City (St. Andrew), and with Sausage, collard greens, apple The following members and This is a good time to give your The book will be finished next
Mrs. Charles Brown of the local so- sauce, vanilla wafers, corn bread, guests were present: Mrs. W. P. lawn a good broadcast application Monday afternoon in the circles.
city giving the devotional. Theme milk. gilbert Mrs. J. E. Perritt, Mrs. S. of commercialfertilizeAfter the study a fellowship hour
of the program will be "The World Wednesday November 20 Brown, Jr., Mrs. Robert B Fox, 5-10-5 or similar analwas enjoyed. Refreshments of spic
Federation of Methodist Women", Pig in a blanket, lima beans, cab- rs Gennite Mallette, Robert anche space 20X50 feet soul d Lawn ed tea and cake was served.
and the visiting speakers are well bage and carrot alad, stewed hits enni MrsllPette, rs. BiancheMrspace 205poun0 feet should have 15to Next Monday the circles will
qualified to discuss this very im- prunes, white bread and milk. meet in the homes. The meeting
portant subject. Mrs., Helms, who Thursday, November 21 B places are as follows:
attended the last meeting of the Stew beef and gravy, buttered TheseO B ked Apples Go Glamorousl Circle No. 1 with ;Mrs. Virginia
World Federation, is Vice-President rice, lettuce and tomatoes, peaches, Arnold.

ference, and Mrs. Gainer is preis- Friday, November 22 den.
dent of the Marianna District. Both Turnip greens, corn bread, cab- Circle No. 3 with Mrs. Dave
are well known in this vicinity and bage slaw, milk and jello. -Smith.
throughout the Conference. -.. ''Circle No. 4; to be announced.


Mrs. Joens has also announced NEWS MUSIC WEATHER
that' following the program, a Given Daily Over Station
World Federation Tea will be held
in the reception room of the Church W J 0 E
and the hostess group, under the 1570 On Your Dial
leadership of Mrs. G. S. Croxton,


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In the time it takes to say to unexpected guests, "Stay for
supper," you can change plain baked apples to a glamorous des -ert
with a quick 'n' easy topping! This same simple flaked coconut and
cream mixture would be equally delicious on applesauce, or on a
wedge of apple pie. The topping can be added just before serving;
or, if there's time, chilled in advance, as the recipe suggests.
Coconut Baked Apples


6 tart apples, cored
%/2 cup water
% cup sugar
% cup Baker's Angel
Flake Coconut


2 tablespoons sugar
/2 teaspoon orange extract
o0 grated orang rind
% cup cream, whipped


Plicae apples in baking di -, add water, and sprinkle with % cup
sugar. Bake in hot oven (400F.) 45 minutes, or until done. Co ,1.
Fold cup of the coconut, 2 tablespoons sugar, and orange
e-;'tact into whipped cream. Top apples with the min-ture. Garnish
\,ith remaining coconut Chill before serving -Makes 6 servings


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Highland View
PHONE BAll 7-4652
By MRS. EULA ROGERS

Mrs. Walter White and children
visited her father Thursday from
Bonifay W. L. Goff.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Dykes visited
her father Thursday in Bonifay, W.
L. Goff.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Dykes visited
in Panama City Tuesday.
Mr. and 'Mrs. H. W. Miller had as
their guests last week, Mr. and
Mrs. H. R. Hudson of Washington,
D. C.
Mr. and 'Mrs. W. W. Roney of
Panama City visited their daughter
and family over the week end, Mr.
and Mrs. Mathew Gray.
Mrs. Bonnie McPherson and Mr.
and Mrs. Hubert Martin of Tyndal
Air Force Base visited last week in
different parts of Mississippi.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Skipper and
son visited his parents Sunday, Mr.
and Mrs. George Skipper.
Glen Garrett of Florida State
University was home over the week
end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Garrett.
Mrs. Herman Brock honored her
daughter Judy Brock on her 11th
birthday November 10 with a birth-
day dinner and also a friend Mrs.
Bonnie Martin of Tyndal Air Force
Base.
Mrs. Charlie Stone and Mrs. Hen-
ry Stone of Altha, visited Mr. and
Mrs. Srnest Goff and family Mon-
day.


Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Chavers and
family visited in Panama City over
the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Strange visit-
ed Sunday in Wewahitchka with
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lloyd and
family spent last week end with
their parents in Donaldsonville, Ga.,
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hersey and
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. Lloyd.
Mrs. Margie Corbitt of Port St.
Joe were Sunday visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Armstrong.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. 'Mathews vis-
ited in Enterprize, Ala., over the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Snell and in Ozark, Ala., with Mrs.
B. F. Whitman.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whitington and
family visited in Panama City Sun-

CARD OF THANKS
It is with deep appreciation we
wish to take this opportunity to
thank each of you who showed so
many kindnesses through your
cards, notes, flowers and xpres-
sions of sympathy sharing our hours
of sorrow during the illness and
death of our beloved infant son.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren C. Whitfield
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Whitfield
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day with their daughter and fam-
ily, Mr. and Mrs. D. Dorman.
Mrs. Auby Howard and two chil-
dren Dale and Helen have returned
home from a visit in Moundville,
N. C.
Mrs. Dan Hatfield, Jr., and
daughter Vickie left Tuesday for',
their home in El Paso, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Pelham Revell vis-
ited in Pensacola Thursday with
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Doss Kelley had as
their guests Sunday her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mixon and son
Harold of Dothan, Ala.
Pvt. Charles Posey visited his
wife and daughter Mrs. Charles Po-
sey and sister, Mrs. Doss Kelley
last week. from Fort Gordon, Ga.
The WMU of the Highland View
Baptist Church met at the church
Monday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. for
their Royal Service program with
ten members present and.one
tor. The program chairman read
scripture from Luke 11:5-8 followed
by prayer by Mrs. Richter. The pro-
gram was "Two Knocks In The
Night". Those taking part on the
program were Mrs. Richter, Mrs.
Peterson, Mrs. E. R. DuBose, Mrs.
Floyd, Mrs. Macomber, Mrs. Watts.
Closing with prayer was Mrs. Ma-
comber.
The Misses Mary Cox and Mary
Coe spent last week in Sopchoppy
visiting friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Armstrong
and children visited in Graceville
Monday with Mrs. Armstrong's mo-
ther, Mrs. Nancy Patterson.
We welcome Mr. and Mrs. War-
ren Yeager to our community from
St. Joe Beach.
The Misses Betty and Mary Ju
Marshall of ,Clarksville visited
their grandmother, Mrs. B. A. Pe-
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Publluhad Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
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By Col. W. S. Smith, Ret. world." He never knew how right
Mayor of Buckhorn he was, for today this seventh won-
UCHROKEE, N. C.-4Leaving the der of the world attracts hundreds
Skyline Drive we spiraled down a. of thousands of visitors every year.


winding road into the famed Shen-
andoah Valley enclosed on the west
by the Alleghenies and on the east
by the storied Blue Ridge. Moun-
tains atop of which we had just
driven some 200 wonderful miles.
Staunton was the first town of
any size we hit after leaving the
mountains and it has the distim-.
tion of being the birthplace of
Woodrow Wilson and also the place
where the first McCormick reaper
was demonstrated. Lexington was
next on the itinerary, it being the
home of Washington and Lee Uni-
versity and Virginia Military lastu-
tate, these two famed institutions
apparently making up the core of
the community's quiet, cultural at-
mosphere. Here also are buried two
of the South's chief military figures.
Generals Robert E. Lee and "Stone-
wall" Jackson.
Continuing on down the valley
we arrived at the famed Natural
Bridge, one of the targets of our
trip. We were properly awed at this
magnificent work of old Mother
Nature, who, with consulate silll
and art, took a huge chunk of lime;
stone and a small mountain stream
and with these created an enduring
masterpiece 215 feet high and 90
feet long.
'Picking up a pamphlet on the
bridge we found that in 1774 Thom-
as Jefferson bought the bridge and
157 surrounding acres from King
George III of England for "20 shil-
lings of good and lawful money,"
remarking at the time: "Natural
Bridge will yet be a famous place,
that will draw the attention of the


Our old friend George Washington
surveyed the 'bridge for his friend
Jeff in 1750 and his initials "G. W."
are carved on the bridge 23 feet
above the small creek and they
appear again with his surveyor's
cross on a large stone located un-
der the arch, this stone, serving as
his benchmark.
During the Revolutionary War,
for the lack of a "shot tower," mol-
ten lead was dropped from the top
of the bridge into the creek to
make bullets for the colonists. Fur-
ther up the creek saltpeter was dug
from a cave to make gunpowder to
propel the bullets against the Bri-
tish. Seems that King George pro-
vided a portion of the means for
freedom of the Colonists when he
made the deal with Jefferson.
Stopping the night at Marion,
Va., we again headed south the
next morning for the Great Smokies
and the Cherokee Indian Reserva-
tion where we had high hopes of
abducting or securing by other de-
vious means an Indian Chief for
Mrs. Daughtry and, I must say, she
was looking forward eagerly to the
anticipated meeting.
We passed a few natives along
the road before arriving at Chero-
kee, but none of them wore feath-
ers or war paint, being dressed in
levis or khaki, and apparently Mrs.
D.'s "dream man" went up in smoke.
However, she resigned herself to
this disappointment and settled for
a few "Ifdian" souvenirs, most of
which bore on the back, "Made in
Japan."
The main street of this small


town was packed solid with souve-
nir shops an occasional eating
places and it was really difficult
to find a parking place. Practically
all souvenirs available were bau-
I bles and trinkets and the few au-
thentic items available, such as
arrowheads, bone fish hooks and
:needles, carved wooden spoons and
others, were so high priced that
there was little or no sale of them.
Looking at these few artifacts one
can almost visualize how these an-
cient people lived some 5000 years
ago, shipping flint into arrowheads,
laboriously carving the bone fish
hooks and needles, carving the woo-
den spoons and pounding corn into
meal with stone pestel and mor-
tar. It is hard to realize how they
lived and worked without the wheel,
without cattle or horses, without
an alphabet or even the crude iron


M. L. Freeman, Jr.

To Go Overseas

FORT CAMPBELL, KY.-Spec-
ialist Second Class Moulton L. Free-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Moulton
A. Freeman of 603 Long Avenue
in Port .St. Joe, currently on duty
with .the 101st Administration
Company of the famed 101st Air-
borne Division at Fort Campbell,
Kentucky, has received orders for
shipment to Europe in December
for a three year tour. SP2 Freeman
will be expecting his family to join
him overseas within six months af-
ter his arrival at his new duty
station.
The 24 year old paratrooper gra-


ir Headuqarters Company of the
504th Airborne Infantry Regiment,


tools of prehistoric Europe. How- duated from Port St. Joe High
ever, they apparently managed to School in 1952 and was employed
get along and probably, like we of by the Tidewater Construction Comn-
today, considered themselves highly pany as a timekepeer prior to his I
civilized and content with their entry in the' service in June 1953.
"way of life." He took sixteen weeks infantry ba-
And so, leaving the heights of sic training at Fort Jackson, South I
the Great Smokies, we will con- Carolina, and upon completion of .e
tinue on to Georgia t spend a few basic training, he attended Infantry i
days with several -hundred of Myr- Leadership School, also conducted i
twice's kinfolks before ending what at Fort Jackson. As an airborne I
has been a most delightful and in- volunteer he was transferred to
formative trip. Fort Benning, Georgia, where he
underwent three weeks of basic
The voluntary associations fight- airborne training. He emerged from
ing tuberculosis throughout the this school as a qualified parachu-
United States an territories will tist and was then transferred to
conduct the 51st annual Christmas the 82nd Airborne Division, Fort
Seal Sale from November 15 thru Bragg, North Carolina, where he
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famed as "The Devils in Baggy
Pants", a name given the unit by
>nemy soldiers.
In February of this year, Free-
nan was assigned to the 101st Air-
borne Division, known as the
'Screaming Eagles" of World War
I.1 fame. Freeman's duties upon his
assignment with the 101st began
with the Adjutant General Person-
nel Office where he gained exper-
ence as an Officers' Section Per-
sonnel Clerk. His departure from
the division will be felt by the Ad-
jutant General Section, th el01st
Administration Company, and many
friendss who are wishing Freeman
good luck on his overseas ass'gn-
nrtL,
A career man, Freeman's enlist-
nent expires in October 1960, at
which time he plans t,) re-enlist.
On February 14, 1952, Freeman
married Miss Jacqueliue Hoker,
daughter of Mr. and M5s. Arth'ir
Hoker of Wewahitchka. Moulton
and Jacqueline are the proud par-
ents of Rebecca Freeman, 13
months old. The Freeman family
reside at Woodland Trailer Court
near Fort Campbell.
His decorations include the Para-
chutist Badge, the Expert Rifle-
man's Badge, the Good Conduct
Medal and the National Defehlre
Ribbon.

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ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
The Rev. Gardner D. Underhill
Priest In Charge
22nd Sunday after Trinity, Nov.
17. 7:30 a.m. Celebration of the Ho-
ly Eucharist. 9:30 a.m., Church
School. 11:00 a.m., Morning prayer
and sermon, Sermon topic: Chris-
tian Stewardship. 6:30 p.m., The
Annual Parish Dinner followed by
the Annual Parish Meeting. This
will b ea Covered Dish Dinner. We
are looking forward expectantly to
having every Communicant and
friend of St. James' at this dinner
and meeting. At the meeting the
proposed budget for 1958 will be
presented. You will elect delegates
to the Annual Council of the Dio-


cese of Florida and you will elect
,three Vestrymen to replace the
men who go off this year.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.
Do not forget! On Wednesday,
November 20, the Woman's Auxil-
iary of St. James' Church will hold
their annual bazaar. The bazaar
will open at 4:00 p.m. and the Har-
vest Dinner will start at 6:00 p.m.
We are looking for everybody in
the community to attend.

Contributions to the first thrist-
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LEGAL ADVERTISING
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery.
ALEX H. YOUNG, defendant
vs.
LUEWINNIE YOUNG, Defendan-
NOTICE TO Luewinnie Young.
whose place of residence is Route
3, Ashburn, Georgia,
On or before the 9th day of De-
cember, A.D., 1957 the defendant,
ILuewinnie Young is required to
serve upon Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose addres-;
is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe
Florida, a copy of and file with the
Clerk of said Court, the original of
an answer to the Bill of Complaint
filed against her herein.
Witness my hand and official


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seal of said Court at WewaoIwcbkab
Gulf County, Florida, this 4th da boilerwit all acessore a con Insurance l o VO t Grader W rites of Experiences "f", N ME14,
of November, A.D., 1957. trols together with a forced draft successful bidder.,iSTH1IA50AY, NOVEMBER 14, 1957
GEORGE Y. CORE, tan, safety controls and switches. Right is reserved to reject any or
Clerk Circuit Court. Boilershall be mounded on a struc- all proposals,andwaivetechca n ToPlant
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-11-7 tural steel base and shall fit the ties. On Trip T City W aterTaing at these interesair g operations
r __u __our ______ space provided. Installation shall e No bidder -may withdraw his Lid we went downstairs to look at the
made during the Christmas holiday bid for a period of thirty (30) days meter which I have already men-
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS period and shall be returned to op- after date set for opening thereof. toned We went over to the section
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS eration when school re-opens in THOMAS A. OWENS Recently the 7B and 7C Science-a large tank in the back of the toned. We went over to the second
Sealed bids in duplicate will be January, 1958. Superintendent classes of St. Joe High School visit- building which had small grooves kept. e polowere y phtold tsphat pas
received by the Board of Public In- Contract documents and specifi- Board of Public Instruction ed the city water plant Below is aout a foot deep. The water phos kept. We were told that poloy
struction of Gulf County, Wewahit- cations may be received at the of- Gulf County about a foot deep. The water was phosphate when wet could eat thru
chka, Florida up to 11:00 A.M. flice of the Owner, The Board of Wewahitchka, Florida 2t an account of the trip written by running over the tank into these almost anything but rubber. After
(CST) November 21, 1957, at which Public Instruction, Gulf County, Norman P. Gross, A. I. A. one of the students.
time and place all bids will be pub- Port St. Joe, Florida, or The Ar- Architect By WAYNE CHILDERS grooves which carried the water we had finished we went to the bus
licly opened and read aloud for chitect, Norman P. Gross, and may Post Office Box 207 into the pipes and to us. After look- and back to school.
the installation of a new boiler for be procurred by the General Con- Panama City, Florida Just a few days ago classes 7B
St. Joe Elementary School, Port tractor from the Architect upon a ic and 70 (7th Grade) learned what
St. Joe, Florida. deposit of $10.00. The full amount A Danish post office clerk, Einar erestin
REQUIREMENTS: C o n tractor of the deposit will be returned to oboell, first had the idea of sell- an interesting place e water plant Bouquets Funeral Wreaths Corsages Weddings
shall furnish a packaged automatic each General Contractor who sub- ng a special Christmas Seal to (Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere)
oil fired low pressure hot water mits a bid, and all other depositsng a special Christmas Se about where our water comes fromuch
will be refunded with deduction cf raise money for the sick and needy, about where our water comes from.EDSORCHIDLANDFLORIST
cost of reproduction and delivery The world's first Christmas Seal At our house we ust turn on a cau- EDS ORCHIDLAND FLORIST
of the documents; upon -eturn of Sale was held in Denmark in 1904. cet when we want some water. St. Joe's Largest and Finest
all documents in good condition Since my arrivel about 8:45 the 226 Reid Ave. Dial BAII 7-8881 Nites & Sunday, 9-1351
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of the amount of the bid must ac- W J U 0 the faucet and no water came. I
company each proposal, am very thankful for the task a DA IATODR REPAIRED and RECORED
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ter was conveyed along by a pipe
30 feet wide into the plant. This
pipe has small holes in it so that
the water will shoot into the tanks.
- This water is constantly moving
from about 6 in the morning til
about 6 at night. There is a meter
in one end of the building that
tells the number of gallons that
are processed in a day down to a
fraction. The canal has a mesh
screen where the water flows in
from the Chipola River. A screen
such as this would catch such ob-
jects as fish ,sticks, leaves, and
lint that clings to the sides of the
walls. An electric wire hangs into
the water just before it goes into
the building to turn aside all eels
or rough fish that might slip thru
the mesh screen.
He also showed us the inside of
- the plant and where the water
came in. It was very lovely, just
like a waterfall. Then we went over
to the second building and went
upstairs. Mr. Rasmussen showed
us the tanks in which the water is
filtered. Natural water is never
pure you know. Even God's rain-
drops take impurities from the air
as they fall. This water seeps down
into the coarse sand and fine rock
and gravel. Then the water is col-
lected and mixed with alum, chlor-
ine and lime. The chlorine in the
water is about one part to 10 mil-
lion parts water.
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operated by turning various wheels, I
could control the flow of water in I
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their last intrasquad game last Yellows with Freddy 'Bowdoin mak- The Rotary Club met Thursday of
Wednesday afternoon. The two ing the return. From here the Yel- last week In the St. Joe Motel or
squads were divided into a yellow low team controlled the ball the re- their regular meeting.
and white team. mainder of the first quarter. The program for the day was
The white team won the toss and With the Yellow Team on the brought by Chauncey Costin who
chose to receive. Nelson Hall kick- White's 12 yard line on an option showed a film strip and gave a
ed for the yellow team with Jimmy with Bowdoin pitching out to Cha- talk on the proposed moderniza-
Wilder moving the return for the fin for the touchdown. The extra tion of the post office department.
Whites. A series of downs caught point was made by Hall on a hand- To back up the department's dire
the White Team short of a first off from Bowdoin. need of funds for mechanization,
The Yellow team kicked to the Costin told the club that America
i P W rk Whites with Nelson Hall kicking. sends two-thirds of the world's
Coins Praises Work The return was made by Lovett. mail and It is still being handled
Of Highway Patrol With Jimmy Wilder calling the much the same as it was when the
way Patro plays the Whites moved down to.post office department was first
the Yellow's ten yard line, but was !formed
TALLAHASSEE-Gov. LeRoy unable to score. The half ended tCostin defended a proposed pos-
Collins this week lauded the work with the Yellows on their own 20 tal increase by the fact that the
of highway patrolmen and other The second half 'was a seesaw department costs the tax-payer
law enforcement officers in reduc- i battle with neither team being able! $700 million each year. He said the
ing the $700 million each year. He said the
ing the number of deaths occurring to score. However the running of postal receipts are placed in the
in Florida traffic accidents. IHall, Chafin and Fensom almost general fund of the U. S. Treasury
Collins, in an appearance before produced another score for the and all operating money comes by
a graduating class of highway pa- Whites. The Yellow team was led way of a budget from the govern-
trolmen, noted that deaths this by Jimmy Wilder, Bob Munn, How- men,.
year are 178 behind those by this ard Lovett and ISteve Kennedy. otn ad that the al ervce
same date last year. The Junior Team will play their Ctin said that the mail servce
: Florida now has a commendably last game of the season against a has doubled since 1938, but that no
low death rate of 5% deaths per 'junior team from the Florida Indus- new facilities for handling had been
100 million miles of travel, the gov- trial School for Boys at Marianna constructed since that time.
ernor said. here tonight at 7:30 p.m. These' Costin reported that the local of-


Gulf County has gone this far in
1957 without a single traffic fata-
lity.
House Speaker Doyle Conner,
principal speaker at the ceremony,
urged patrolmen to be courteous


boys have played well this season
and would like to see you out there
tonight.
The tentative lineup for tonight
will be offensive: right end, Don
Gardner: right tackle, Conrtnev


but firm in arresting out-of-state Martin or Richard Thompson; right
tourists for flagrant law violations, guard, Jimmy Long or Carl Zimmer-
He said Florida relies on favor- man; center, David Nance or Larry
able word-of-mouth publicity by Davis; left guard, Michael McKen-
tourists returning to their home. zie; left tackle, Joe Whaley; left
He said there was no need to ex- end, George Boyer or Donnie Young
cause out-of-state violators for break- quarterback, Nelson Hall and Jim-
ing rules although a small minority my Wilder.
of such tourists "seem to think
that because they are our guests Defense: right end,'Don Gardner;
they should enjoy some kind of right tackle, Courtney Martin; right
special immunity in regard to our guard, Jimmy Long; center, Robert
traffic laws. Costin; left guard, 'Michael McKen-
The graduating class of 49 fledg- zie; left tackle, Joe Whaley; left
ling patrolmen increased to 300 end, Donnie Young; quarterback,
the number of troopers who have ,Freddy Bowdoin; fullback, Chesley
taken the indoctrination course es- Fensom or Blaine Tharpe; halfback
tablished at Florida State Univer- Bob Munn and Steve Kennedy.
sity in 1955. These boys will be relieved by


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fice may possibly have a business
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go first class."

Curtis Hammond, Johnny Chafin,
Harold Keels, Howard Lovett, Bud-
dy Kennington, Tommy Stevens,
Ronald Tharpe, Wayne Blackburn,
Sonny Eells, Tommy Grimsley,
James Gibson and Richard Arnold.
The Junior Team lost to this PIS
team 19-6 and say they will be out
to avenge this defeat handed them
earlier in the season.
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..... ........ . TA, Prt t Jee, P. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1957

"F ~ i i~j I ~ Roy C. Thorpe Goes Hunting Bag
To Lackland AFBos Lse

I F Best Result Airman Roy C. Tharpe, age 21, Limits Listed
I i ,.-* o' i-. uilli. .V '4 JB = 1 L E ^V SV. O k *son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Tharoe
l of Port St Joe has completed the Jim Bickerstaff, Regional Direc-
Sfist phase of basic military train- tor of the Game and Fresh Water
FOR SALE: Brand new Pre-way ELECTRIC IRONS REPAIRED: LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE ing at Lackland Air Force Base Fish Commission has announced
CLA SSr circulating oil heater. $50.00. 52.- Expert repairs on all types irons. Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
000 BTU. Can be seen at Prince and Red's Shoe Shop. tfc Fourth St.. meeting night every other Cemetery Association Squadron, and is assigned to the 370Saturday, November 1.6.
FOR SALE' To bedroom b i ncess Shop. -- LAWN MOWER FOR RENT:1.0 Monday Will Meet Friday undergoing second phase training. The following game regulations
create house. Has den. firepla FOR SALE: 21' 'RCA televisi-n. Re-' hour. Cut your lawn and let me SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. --- The squadron is under the 3720th were announced:
two lots already well landscaped. conditioned. Cheap. Phone 7-5611. worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf 0. F.-Meets first and third The Holly Hill Cemetery Associa- Basic Military Training Group. BUCK DEER; one a day, two a
In nice neighborhood on McClellan. FOR RENT: Unfurnished 3-oed- son, Phone 7-7501. Hall. All members urged to attend; tion will have their quarterly meet- season.
Only $1600. down and balance on, room house on Marvin Ave Ph visiting brethren Invited. ing Friday, Nov. 15 at 3 p.m. in TURKEY: two a day, three a sea-
FOR SALE: Two bedroom houseloan 7-5471. 2tp WANTED: Any news of interest to C. W. LONG, N. G. the home of Mrs. Jake Belin, 160,1 Rudy V. Burge Ends Son
FOR plus two furnishedapartments FOR RENT: 2-bedroom garage your neighbor for the Panama J. C. PRICE, Secty. Garrison Avenue. Officers will be First Phase of Basic Training QUAIL; ten a day, no season
plus two furnished apartments FOR RENT: 2-bedroom garage City News and Herald. Call Mis. -QUAIL; ten a day, no season
that are bringing in $100 per month.' apartment, furnished. Call B. L. THERE WILL BE a regular con- elected for the coming year. limit.
Good investment property at $10,000 Presnell at 9-1195. fc Benton Hamm at 9-1876. tfc-9-I2 munication of Port St. Joe Lodge All members are urged to be Airman Rudy V. Burge, son of SQUIRREL: ten gray and two
This includes house, two apart- e No. 111, F&AM every first and present as this is an important Mr. and Mrs. Buck Burge of Portay bag, no season lim-
ments and the furniture in the two FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment SPECIAL SERVICES third Thursday 8:00 p.m. p Joe has completed the first ox in one day bag, no season lim-
apartments. t on 10th St. Near schools. Call j SPECIAL SERVIESthird Thursday at 8:00 p.m. meeting. St. Joe has completed the firstIt
A very nice two bedroom house 7-3073. Mrs. J. S. Shirey, 612 Madi- OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing ,Anyone who Is not a member, but ase of basic military training at BEAR: one a day, one per sea-
completely furnished at St. Joe son St. tfc-11-14 service, call BILL'S PLUMBNG. interested in this worthy cause is Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, son.
Beach. A good buy if you are look- FOR RENT: Dec. 1, unfurnished hone 7-746. Outboard motor r EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M. invited to attend this meeting and is assigned to the 3701 Squad- PANTHER: one a day, one per
ing for a nice beach cottage. RENT: Dec. 1, unfurnished -'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors rc- R OY .BURCH, ecty. invited to atte nd where he is m
Two lots on Marvin Avenue for duplex apartment. Near church- )aired, also. ROY L.Maste BURCH, Secty. invited ron. Lackland, where he is under-ason.
$1600. es and schools. On Long Avenue. Master Masons cordially invited going second phase training. Theseason.
$1 three bedroom house at High-See Mrs. H. E. Bartee or Mrs. Ron- SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call Sweepstakes Winner squadron is under the 720th Basic RABBITS: No limit.
rd Childers. 3tp-11-14 Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for WILLIS V. ROWAX POST 116, e t ser squadron is under the 1720th Basic GEESE: two a day and four in
land View that we can sell for quick expert service. -tfc-5-2 THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- (Continued Lrom page 1) Military Training Group. total possession.
only $300 down and balance like FOR RENT: Furnished apartment ng first and third Monday nights yellow and white ribbons; Mrs. Ed- o ion
rent. 2t at Oak Grove. Phone 7-2565. '"ADE US that useless article for 800 p.m., American Legion Home DUCKS: four in .day's bag and
FRANK HANNON something useful. STOP and ward J. Winn, red ribbon; Mrs. t i Held eight in total possession. Only one
Real Estate and Insurance FOR RENT: Unfurnished duplex WAP. R. A. M.-Regular convocation of S. Croxton, yellow ribbon; Mrs. W. rmitted in da
221 Reid Ave. Phone 7-3491 apartment. On Palm Blvd. See St. Joseph Chapter No. 56,R. A. Forehand, yellow ribbon. Whit wood duck permitted in day's bag
FOR SALE: Penneys Bech Apart- Silas R. stone. -- Keys Made While You Wait M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- a lo r n For Mrseeatwo in total possessiTen.eOnly on
FOR SALE: Penney's Beach Apart- ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddle, Classification V-Green House --- hooded merganser permitted in a
mJoents, St. Joe Beach, Port St. FORRENT: Two bedroom grade 35c EACH High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary. Plants Mrs. Margaret Witehead, for- day's bag or total possession. Onl
FOR SALE: Beach lots. Reason- bedroom cottages, furnished. Call WEST-RN AUTO Mrs. B. E. Rawls, two blue rib- merely of St. Joe and now of Avon five American and red-breasted
abie A n l at this S.,TEN AA U 11T4 O g r t W C When i 'urnace Is "Furniture" U --_- .hi .. -., n d. '-,nanq.. ,, in 8'a hon. a-nd t4


aoie. Appip yT. s agency.
FOR SALE: House and lot at
White City on Highway 71.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAII 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
LOTE FOR SALE: Beacon Hill
and Mexico Beach. $350 and up.
Make your own terms. R. L. Fort-
ner, Mexico Beach. tfc-9-26
A BIG DISCOUNT HOUSE in a
,small town. The largest selection
of gas appliances in the Big Biend
area. If it burns gas we sell it. i-
tizens Gas Co., Inc., Ave. "E" at 8th
St., Apalachicola. 4tc-10-24
FOR SALE: Block 87, Lot 28, Loca-
tion 10. Garrison Ave., Port t.
Joe. See John Dady. 4tp-11-7


BII ul- I8, lIor see MrsJ. C. E.
Thompson at Costin's Cottages, HUNTING& FISHING LICENSES
Beacon Hill. 8tp_10_10, PANA-CRAFT BOATS
Beacon Hill.and E-Z TRAILERS
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- Reel Parts and Repairs
meant for couple only. Mrs. A. M.I
Jones. Phone 7-7646. tfc-11-7 I F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing money see us for anything
FOR RENT: 3-room house. Furnish- vou need In your home. STOP and
ed. Best location. $45 mo. 808 SWAP SHOP.
16th St. Phone 7-4616. tfc
FOR, RENT: One small two-bed-
room cottage. Beacon Hill. See -
Bill Carr at St. Joe Hardware. REFRIGERATION SERVICE]
FOR RENT: Small house on Long, ELECTRIC MC
Avenue. Close to schools. Call
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1 Unfinished Bookcase Bed ------$12.95
1 Unfinmhed Panel Bed --------$17.95
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1 2-Pc. Sofa Bed Suite --------$129.95

1 2-Pc. Sofa Bed Suite -------- $114.95
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Reg. $44.95
1 White Thayer Crib ----------$37.95


Dons, one red ribbon and one yel-
low ribbon; Mrs. George Cooper,
blue ribbon and tri. color; Mrs. J.
C. Culpepper, four blue ribbons, two
red ribbons, one yellow ribbon;
Mrs. W. C. Forehand, yellow rib-
bon; Mrs. M. Whitaker, one blue
ribbon; Mrs. Molly Henderson, blue
ribbon; Mrs. Tom Byrd, blue rib-
bon; Mrs. Ed J. 'Winn, red ribbon;
Mrs. Tom Byrd, yellow ribbon.
Classification VI-Any Colored
Leaved House Plant
Mrs. Ethel Bridges, two blue rib-
bons; Mrs. J. C. Culpepper, two
blue ribbons; Mrs. Fred Maddox,
blue ribbon; Mrs. Ethel Rowan,
blue ribbon; Mrs. Mollie Hender-
son, yellow ribbon; Mrs. Ed LT. Winn.
yellow ribbon.
Classification VII-Any Ornarien-
tal Shrub
Mrs. George Cooper, blue ribbon
and red ribbon; Mrs. Charles Ste-
T ens, 'Sr., red ribbon and yellow
ribbon; Mrs. Kenneth Brodnax, red
ribbon; Mrs. Herman Barbee, yel-
low ribbon.
Classification VIII-Any Plant cr
Flower Worthy of Consideratloh
Mrs. Kenneth Brodnax, blue rib-
bop; Mrs. Buck Griffin, red rit-
bcn; Mrs. J. C. Culpepper, yellow
and blue ribbon.


ParK, uied Friday, iNovemoer 8 in. I
Avon Park.
Funeral services for Mrs. White-
head were held from the First Bap-
tist Church in Port St. Joe on Sun-
day, November 10 at 3:00 p.m. Rev.
C. Byron Smith officiated. Inter-
ment was in the family plot at Rob-
erts Cemetery at Honeyville.
Pallbearers were P. W. Petty, J.
A. Garrett, Joe Ferrell, E. L. El-
lis, Bert Hall and Arthur Lupton.
Mrs. Whitehead is survived by
one son, Everett of Avon Park;
one daughter, Roxie Mae Arnett of
Port St. Joe; four grandchildren
and four great-grandchildren.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments.
Visitors Here
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Lewis and
children of Hanover, N. J., are
spending the week with Mrs. Lew-
is' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Gi imsley.
Week End Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Amos and
children and Mrs. Carrie Amos
were the week end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Buttram.

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in total possession.
COOT: ten in day's bag and ten
in total possession.
The season on ducks, geese, and
coot does not open until Saturday,
November 23. A duck stamp is also
required for the taking of duck,
geese and coot. This can be secured
from the local post office.
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