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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: December 12, 1957
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE'


STAR


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


TWENT.-FIRST YEAR


'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECMBE 12,195


SINGLE COPY 80


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY


And here it is nearly Christmas
again. It seems like it just passed
in 1956. If the quick passage of
time is a sign of getting old-I just
wonder how short the years can
get.

Of course the advent of Christ-
mas always brings Santa Claus
out of the mothballs.
We read where a preacher in
England is wanting to put Santa
back in mothballs--permanently.
He doesn't believe in Santa Claus.
And because he doesn't believe in
'Santa Claus he believes it is wrong
for kids to believe in Santa Claus.
We don't hold with that idea-or
with the idea that the belief in
Santa Claus is un-Christian. We
just believe that everybody at one
time or another fancied they could
see the old gentleman riding over
the rooftops at Christmas-time--
saint and sinner, preacher and lay
man. And probably nowhere in the
world will you find a "bad egg"
that is such because he believed in
anta Claus-or an athiest that
became an athiest from believing
in Santa Claus. An athiest believes
in nothing. A believer In Santa
C'aus believes in all the good things
i; life and kindness to his fellow
man.
We believe that this movement
by the Englishman will get about
a', far as the proverbial snowball
will last where the athiest will go
when he dies.

Talking about San Claus, we
have received quit.ot few letters
to Santa this year-more so than
usual.
We want them to keep coming
and we reassure each and every
child that his letter will be publish-
ed and get to the proper channels
so that Santa will receive them.

We were sorry to hear the other
day that our compatriot in the old
newspaper business, Ed Bandjough
up at Wewa, is ailing. He has gone
to the Oschner Clinic in New Or-
leans this week to try and find
out what his trouble is. During his
absence this week W. S. (Wild
Bill) Smith, former publisher of
The Star is making up his paper
and The Star is printing it. So the
people will get their weekly Breeze
(referred to in polite circles as
The Whirlwind) right on time
Thursday morning as usual.

How do you like the cool wea-
ther? We like it and hope it stays
through Christmas-as a matter of
fact, we would like to see it snow
on Christmas day. And please don't
shoot us if it does.

We know of two good musical
programs coming up between now
and Christmas that you don't want
to miss. Sunday night the Long
Avenue Baptist Church is present-
ing a Christmas cantata- at 7,:30
p.m. Next Sunday night, December
22, the First Methodist Church is
presenting its choir giving the
"Christmas Messiah". You don't
want to miss either of these pro-
grams if you like Christmas mu-
sic.

Garden Club Is Taking
Entries In Contest

Plan now to enter the Christmas
outdoor decorating contest spon-
sored by the Port St. Joe Garden
Club. With Christmas less than
two weeks away, "it's later than
you think." To quality as an entrant
in the contest, create an outdoor
decoration or Christmas display in
any of the following classifications:
1. Decorated entrance door.
2. Window display.
3. Most attractive outdoor tree.
4. Any other outdoor display. ,
All entries must be registered in
order to be judged. Call Mrs. Ralph
Nance at 9-1176.
A panel of out-of-town judges will
use the following point score to de-
termine the best entry in each clas-
sification:
Suitability of theme ...- 25 points
Originality .... .. 20 points
Color 20 points
Distinction ......-------- 15 points
A flowering plant will be award
ed to the best decoration in. each
classification, according to the
opinion of the judges.
Remember to register your entry.


Sharks Take Season Opener From

Altha 59-32 Here Tuesday Night

Port St. Joe's Sflasrks took an
h stmas Cantata easy9-32victory over AlthaTues-
ChristmasCanata sve
night night to open their 1957-58
Sunday Night basketball season.
S 11 I Forward Terry Hinote sank 10
*- field goals and two free throws to'
The Long Avenue Baptist Church take game scoring honors with 22
announces through their pastor, the points.
Rev. J. C. Odum, that their annual Also scoring over 10 points was
Christmas music program will be Wayne Taylor with 14, and Ayers
presented this Sunday evening in and Melton for the losers with 17


the Church auditorium at 7:30 p.m.
The feature of the program this
year will be a Christmas Cantata,
"Chimes of the Holy Night" by
Fred B. Holton.
The twenty-six voice choir will
be under the direction of Mrs. M.
L. Britt, the Church Music Direc-
tor. The Cantata will consist of
choir arrangements, duets and
solos.
The church nursery will be open
and the public is cordially invited


to attend.


and 15 The Altha B team won the pre-
liminary 25-22.
St. Joe fg ft tp Altha fg ft tp
Hinote 10 2 22 Al'xander 0 0 0
Fletcher 1 2 4 Grainger 4 0 8
Mus'white 1 0 2 Melton 2 1 5
Taylor 5 4 14 Chason 1 0 2
Mitchell 3 3 9 Ayers 7 3 17
Knight 2 2' 6


Young


1 0


Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 1I


tAltha


9 -12 25-59


2 12 4 14-32


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THE LONG-AWAITED STEEL for the Highway 98 overpass
near the Paper Mill has finally arrived. Workmen lost no
time in getting it up last week. The photo above shows forms
being constructed to begin the roadway. (Star photo)


Junior Class Will Present Annual

Play 'Wild About Harry' Friday Night


Tells Kiwanis The Junior Class will present
their annual class play, Friday
Of Fire Campaign night, December 13, at 8:00 p.m.
in the high school auditorium.
Clyde A. "Skinny" Fite presented The title of the play is "Wild
Clydan interesting program TuesdayAbout Harry", and is very humr-
an interesting program Tuesday
ous and heartwarming. It tells of
noon at the weekly meeting of the
Kiwanis, Chlb. Fite told .the KMwan- a teen-age boy, his friends, and his
ihow lub. t told -the s andh love for chemistry. His bright idea
S e i a a about selling an insecticide that he
forestry people have banded toge- has invented and hopes it will re-
ther to conduct a "Prevent Forest ha i e a op i l r
other to conduct a "Prevent Forest lieve him of the necessity of work-
Fires" campaign. Iing after school to help his widow-
Fite began his interlude on for- ed mother.
est fires by going back in time to The characters are:
the period when Florida and the PSqueakly Rigley -- Leonard Costin
rest of the nation was first sett- Plato Blair.. -------- Tony Barbee
led. At that time, the abundant for- Harry Hart ......- Jackie Mitchell
ests meant nothing but back-break- Sarah Hart--------....... Patty Redd
ing labor clearing fields for plant- Mickie Hart ... Ann Montgom ery
ing. The forest fire was then a boon -Su Roberts .... Sandra Bracewall
to man, making short work of his iss Fay .....--------...... Judy Fensom
clearing job. "Then along came the Yoyo Bruno .... Richard Zipperer
lumber industry and the need of ISandy Baxter ..............--------Bill Chuim
lumber became more evident, but Mr. Squaffers .--- James Knight
no apprehension was felt about the Mrs. Gleason Myrtle Miller
supply ever giving out", Fite said. Permella Gleason, Glenna Boyles
But a few far-seeing foresters were Dalton ...----.......----Robert Hutchins
beginning to see the danger of over Sadie Harris ........ Sandra Smith
cutting and not replanting and, far Admisison is 75c for students and
back in his mind, he could see a $1.00 for adults. Advance tickets are
future danger of fire to the wood- on alenw hv memberr. nf tha
on sal-e --ow -by mem-er -of-th


lands.
When it was discovered that the
Southern slash pine was an ex-
cellent pulp wood for paper, forest
preservation began in earnest. Fite
told how the forestry people enlist-
ed the aid of the ,graphic arts in
educating the people not to burn
the forests. This campaign began
in 1921. Since that time, some of
the biggest names in the art and
advertising world have taken it on
themselves-at no profit-to wage
a war of education of preventing
forest fires.
Locally, the Gulf County Forest
Committee is the headquarters for
such education. Fite said that the
Gulf County Committee was the
most effective in the state. As a
result, Gulf County had less lands
burned than any other county in
the State. Fite declared that the
job of education had been long and
hard, but that cooperation was at-
taining the goal of preventing for-
est fires.
Guests of the club at their Tues-
day meeting were A. G. Daffin of


WITH ITS REAR END BASHED IN the car of Buford Smith
is shown after it was towed to Wimberly Pontiac after Smith's
accident last Saturday night. (Star photo)


Governor Lauds Local No One Hurt In

Rotary Club Service Saturday Accident

The Port St. Joe Rotary Club Buford Smith turned his auto in-
was honored by the visit of this to the scrap heap above last Sat-
District's Governor, Henry W. Dew urday night when his car skidded
at their Thursday meeting. Presi- on wet pavement and slammed in-
dent Dew brought the after dinner to light pole.
address. Smith was traveling toward
In keeping with his visit, Mr. his home In Hilhgand View last
Dew spoke on the work of Rotary 'Saturday night about 8:00 p.m. As
on a local level ,he entered the detour at the over-
'pass he began. to skid on the


Dew was concerned mostly with
the Rotary Foundation work and
urged the local club's full partici-
pation fund. The Foundation pro-
vides financing for sending stu-
dents abroad as both students and
ambassadors for the United States.
The Foundation is financed with 4
$10.00 'per .member contribution
from every Rotary member. At the
presef, bile1-1 P41 rUb4Iy IC


pavement. It had been drizzling
rain for about a half hour. Smith's
car turned completely around and
smashed into a utility pole, shear-
ing it in two with the rear end of
his car striking the pole.
Smith came out of his car unhurt.


Wewa FD Plans Square


present, the local otary ClubI s
nearing its 100% participation in Dance December 20
the foundation.
Dew said that the ultimate goal Thep Wewahitchka Volunteer Fire
of the Foundation was to exchange Department is sponsoring a round
a student from each Rotary Dis- and square dance on December 20
trict. At the present one student at the Community House in Wewa-
from each two' districts is sent hitchka.
abroad, i Funds derived as a result of the
Governor Dew praised the local dance will go to purchase Christ-
club for its work, especially in com- mas baskets for needy families.
munity service, I Speedy Morris' band from Mar-
Guests of the club were Rex Ad- anna will furnish the music.
dison, H. H. Saunders, T. W. Hi- _____
note, B. B. Conklin, Dr. Norman G.'
Dunning and Gene Austin. SAnd The Star To A Friend


Laymen Planning



Church Campaign


No Service Charge

For '58 Auto Tags

Tax Collector Harland Pridgeon
announces that the 1958 automobile
tags will go on sale January 2 and
the people who purchase tags from
Agency Number 2 in Port St. Joe
will not be charged the extra ser-
vice charge they have in the past.
Beginning January 2, tag prices
will be the same, if purchased in
Port St. Joe or Wewahitchka.
If you want a special tag number
reserved, the law requires that you
pay the tag agent the price of the
tag plus $1.00 and this must be
done before January 1. The law
requires that tags must be sold in
numerical order if not reserved.
Please purchase your tags early
and avoid the last minute rush.
Tag Agency Number 2 is located
at 221 Reid Avenue and sold by
Frank Hannon.


Forestry Service Offers

Scrub Oak Clearing

Any landowner interested in re-
ceiving assistance in removing
scrub oak trees which are growing
in competition with their pine trees
should contact the A. C. P. office
at the court house. The federal
government through the Agricultur-
al Conservation Program, will assist
a landowner by means of cost
sharing in the removal of scrub
oak. The cost share rate for this


ni'saptice Is $lt\ r'er acro and in


Urging Atte:dAo n

Through Eas er

A meeting was held Monday night
at the First Baptist CL' urch and
attended by members of all protei-
tant churches in the city to map
out a- plan of encouraging church
attendance for the 13 weeks pri-r
to Easter.
The movement is being sponsor-
ed by the Port St. Joe Ministerial
Alliance with the work of promot-
ing church attendance being done
by the laymen of the churches of
the city. The movement is being
directed 'by all the Protestant
Churches of Port St. Joe, Highland
View and Oak Grove.
Officers of the crusade are Frank
Pate, chairman; Earnest Wimberly,
secretary and Charles Wall, Paul
Fensom, Durel Brigman, Joel Strait
and Will Ramsey as committee
members.
The purpose of the group is to
conduct-a publicity campaign pro-
muting church attendance from
January 1 until Easter.


St. Joe Boat Club Will
Meet, See Film, Tonight

There will be a meeting of the
St. Joe Boat Club tonight at 8:00
,p.m. in the Florida Power Lounge.
The meeting will feature a movie
on boating and sportsmanship.
All members of the club .and
prospective members are urged to
attend.


order to be eligible 'the landowner
must sign up with Mrs. Leona Tay- BAND 'BOOSTERS TO
lor at the A.C.P. office between De- MEET TONIGHT AT 8-00
member 15, 1957 and January 31,
1958. The Band Boosters, Association
If you are in doubt as to whether will meet tonight at 8,00 p.m in
or not your land will qualify please the band room at the High School
contact the farm forester through according to president, Henry Cha-
your county agent or at the Bant saon.
Building in Blountstown. Address! This will be a regular meeting
written inquiries to Farm Forester, and all adults interested in the
P. 0. Box 513, Blountstown. band are urged to be present.


Area Coaches Label Sharks 'Team




Cf The Year'; Craig Is-Top Coach



..... ..: Taylor, Denton, Chafin Make All

.... Big Bend Grid Team of Democrat


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Junior Class. Tickets will be sold
at the door on the opening night.

Garden Club Notes

Oleanders may be pruned back
any time during the winter, from
now until about mid-February. Do
remember that this plant is poison
and the stems should never be used
for roasting iiiarr.lniimillo.w or wel-!
ners over the fire, There Is little
chance that children or animals'
will chew on the plant as it grows,
and the oleander has been a com-!
mon garden plant for years with-
out causing any fatalities except
when using directly as food. This
is asol the season for setting out
new oleander plants or moving old
ones. The oleander grows particu-
larly well in Gulf frontage yards.
It seems to thrive on salt winds
and requires very little care.

Marlanna, Steve Whealton, Billy
Mazorol, Sonny Chafin, Billy Den-
ton and Wayne Taylor.


ACH MARION CRAIG WAYNE TAYLOR
S. .Coach of the Year Best All-around Back


BILLY DENTON SONNY CHAFIN
All Big Bend End All Big Bend Guard


According to polls conducted by
the Pensacola NewsJournal and
the Tallahassee Democrat, who
conducted polls among the coaches
of the Big Bend area, Port St. (both
players and coach) walked off with
the honors.
,Port St. Joe, considered a foot-
ball upstart that posted an 8-2 re-
cord and walked off with the North-
west Florida Conference champion-
ship, has been voted Panhandle
Florida's best all-around team.
As the Tallahassee Democrat put
it: "It was little Port St. Joe that
dominated the list of honors an-
nounced for the first time at a De-
mocrat-sponsored luncheon Satur-


award, Port St. Joe was also nam-
ed the area's most improved team
in both categories, the club creat-
ing the biggest surprise with its
1957 performance and the best
blocking outfit.
iPort St. Joe's early season vic-
tory over Marianna, apparently be-

cause nobody suspected a Shark
victory at the time, was chosen as
the upset of the year in preference
to the St. Joe triumph over Quincy.
St. Joe's Taylor was the only
player to win repeat honors from
last year.
In selecting the "All Big Bend
Team" for 1957 Port St. Joe's team


day". received the biggest nod with
The Sharks also won one of the Coach Marion Craig named as
top individual awards when full- coach with Billy Denton, Sonny
back Wayne Taylor was named the Chafin and Wayne Taylor making
best all-around back, and they plac- the first eleven.
ed several other players on the Edward Smith and Terry Hinote
honor roll in other categories. Vir- were chosen on the second team of
tually the entire Port St. Joe team the Big Bend team.
was mentioned in honors for one Many other Port St. Joe players
category or another, were nosed out of a starting posi-
The voting was generally close tion on the Big Bend Eleven by a
as 16 of the 22 coaches contacted very close vote. They were: Terry
took part in the balloting. The only 'Hinote and Larry Mansfield (best
winners by overwhelming margins blockers), David Musselwhite and
were Taylor, with a superior vic- Billy Denton (best defensive line-
tory in the best all-around back man), Larry Mansfield (best all-
race; Marianna quarterback Wilton around lineman), Billy Denton (best
McRae, who's 10 touchdown passes pass receiver), Larry Mansfield
netted honors as the best passer; I(most improved player from 1956),
and Marion Craig of Port St. Joe, Edward'Smith (most improved play-
who's coaching job merited an al- eer since '57 season began).
most unanimous selection.
MOST IMPROVED
Besides the "best all-around" GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


NUMBER 11


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Mrs. Taylor Hostess
To WSCS Circle No. 1
The Methodist Circle 1 of the
WSCS met with Mrs. 0. M. Taylor
on Nov. 24 with six members pres-
ent. The devotional was by Mrs.
Charles Browne with the scripture
reading taken from Psalms 40:4-10.
The program, "Thankfulness", was
presented and Mrs. Browne was
in charge of prayer.
A!l necessary business was at-
tended to and the hostess served
delicious refreshments. The group
dismissed with the WSCS benedic-
tion.


-' Fri


The December 9 meeting ot the
WSCS was held at the home -:t'
Mrs. H. R. Adams with six mi.,n
hers present. The devotional ass
given by Mrs. Charles Browne andj
Mrs. B. E. Rawls. Mrs. Walter
Johnson read the Christmas ,,rip
tures and Christmas carols .were
sung by the group. Mrs. Adams reaid
the minutes and a short busine-s;
meeting was held.
Elizabeth Adams sang, "Away In
The Manger".
Refreshments were served by the
hostess and the meeting closed
with the WSCS benediction.
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Engagement Told

S Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Williams of
"'._rt St. Joe announces the en-
g.,gement of their daughter Bar-
IA An to (Pnil H ald TinLvd


e'*a of Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Lundy
uf' White City.
--WThe informal wedding will be on
S, J.:n'uary 12, 1958 at 3:00 p.m. at the
*, \Vhite City Baptist Mission Church.
SAll friends and relatives of the
Couple are invited to attend.


Mrs Melton Hostess IElementary School

To WSC Meeting Lunchroom Menu
Monday, December 16
The Wesleyan Service Guild of Hamburgers, buttered core, stew-
the First Methodist Church met on ed prunes, dill pickles, milk and
buns.
Monday night, Dec. 9, at the home Tuesday, December 17
of Mrs. Guerry Melton on Palm Stew beef and noodles, collards;
Boulevard, with Mrs. Marion Par- S e b n re d l
ker as co-hostess. ,pear salad, corn bread and milk.
ker as co-hostess. Wednesday, December 18
Mrs. Parker brought the eve- Wedtti and meat sauce, cab18
ning's devotional, an inspiring mes- bage slaw, cherry pie, white bread
sage entitled, "Disciples To Such and milk.
A Lord", wherein she traced the Thursday, December 19
life. of Jesus from Bethlehem to Christmas lunch. Chicken, dres-
Caivary. sing snap beans, chanberry sauce,
The business session was presid- sing, snap be had nberry sauce,
ed over by the president, Mrs. Dick and milk.
Limberson, who called for reports Friday, December 20
from various officers and commit- a casserole lettuce
tee chairmen. Plans for the forth- Cheese and egg casserole, lettuce
tee chairmen. Plans for the forth- a t oes, cocoanut cake, rods
coming study course, to begin Jan- and tomatoes,
uary 13, were outlined by Mrs. Par- a ______
ker. The study will be on the Gos-
pel' of St. Mark. Higl ,
District Christmas requests for Highland View
Vashti School in Thomasville, Ga., School Menu
were discussed among the mem- Sh l M
bers present.
Following the business session, Monday, December 16


the hostesses served delicious re-
freshments of homemade cake and
coffee to the following members
and guests present: Mrs. Melton,
Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Lamberson, Mrs.
Tommie Pridgeon, Mrs. Evelyn
Murdock, Mrs. Tom Thompson,
Mrs. Buck Walters, Mrs. Phillip
Chatham and Mrs. Mark Tomlinson.


JAM Club Meets
With Mrs. Cecil Costin
The JAM Club met at the home
of Mrs. Cecil Costin, Sr., on Mon-
day evening, December 9. Names
were drawn for the Christmas par-
ty which will be celebrated Mon-
day evening, December 23 at the
home of Mrs. Eula Pridgeon at
White City.
,Eight 'members present at this
meeting and one visitor.
Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved by the hostess.


Hot dog on bun, mustard greens,
apple sauce, graham crackers-and
milk.
Tuesday, December 17
Lima beans, turnips, fruit jello,
cornbread, butter and milk.
Wednesday, December 18
Grilled cheese sandwich, hash
brown potatoes, buttered peas, ice
cream and milk.
Thursday, December 19
Turkey and dressing, gravy,
string beans, cookies, ambrosia,
rolls, butter and milk.
Friday, December 20
Lunches in rooms.

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WSCS Circle Four
Met Monday Afternoon
Circle No. 4 of the Woman's So-
ciety of Christian Service met on
Monday morning, December 8, in
the home of Mrs. Robert King on
Palm Blvd., with Mrs. Jimmy Har-
rison as hostess. Fruit cake and
coffee were served to the seven


members and two guests present.
during a brief social hour which
preceded the business session.
S Mrs. Edwin Ramsey, circle chair-
man, presided. One topic of discus-
sion was the rummage sale to be
held by the parsonage committee
in a vacant lot on main street this
coming Saturday. Items of winter
clothing and slightly used toys will
be featured in this sale, announced
Mrs. J. 'L. Sharit. Anyone having
donations for this sale should con-
tact Mrs. Sharit.
A Christmas program was pre-
sented by Mrs. Jimmy Harrison.
The Christmas story of the birth of
Jesus 'was read from the Bible by ,
Mrs. G. S. Croxton, Mrs. Robert
King, Mrs. J. L. Temple, Mrs. Ed-
win Ramsey, Mrs. J. Lamar Miller
and Mrs J. L. 'Sharit. As the story
unfolded, 'beautiful colored illus-
trations were featured on a candle-
lighted worship center.
The meeting ended with prayer
and the WSCS benediction.
The circle welcomed as its guest,
Mrs. G. S. Croxton, president of the
WSCS.
The next meeting of Circle 4 will
be with Mrs. J. L. Temple in her
home on Palm Blvd.


Birth Announcements

Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Morris
Shavers announce the birth of a
daughter, Melanie Lee on Novem-
ber 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edward Cox
announce the ,birth of a son, Dan-
iel Lenord on November 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Benny James Cor-
bin announce the birth of a daugh-
ter( Terresa Carol on November
30.
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Dewlt'
Smith announce the birth of a son,
James Dewitt on November '24.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Peter Edward Lan-
ger announce the birth of a son,
David Alan on December 7.
Mr: and Mrs. Paul Pullum an-
nounce the 'birth of a daughter,
Mary Ann on December 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Melton Hall
announce the birth of a daughter
Mary Evelyn on November 8.


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, FPa. THURSDAY, DEOIMIIR I2, 1,7
SLI Attending the football game in
Highland View Fort Walton Beach from here Fri-
PHONE BAII 7-4652 day nigkt were Ma-rgie Cumble,
By MRS. EULA ROGERS Glenda Burke, Lewis Rogers and
Melvin Seawright.
There will not be a meeting of Mrs. Mary Weeks and Mrs. Mar-
the Highland View PTA Monday jorie Cumbie were in Panama City
December 16, due to the holidays. Thursday evening on business.
The executive board will meet on Mr. and Mrs. Connie Love of Co-
Wednesday, December 18. lumbus, Ga., were Sunday visitors
The Highland View Baptist WMU of Mr. and Mrs. George Burke and
met Monday, December 9 at 3:00 visited her brother who is ill in
p.m. for their business meeting. the Municipal Hospital. All his
The program was opened with all friends wish him a speedy recovery.
singing, "Lead 0 King Eternal". Honored With Party
Prayer was led by Mrs. Richter. Mrs. Katherine Brown honored
The scripture was taken from Ecc. her daughter Barbara on her ninth
11:1-10. A report from all officers birthday Friday, December 6 with
present was heard. Seven members a spend the night party at her home.
were present. The meeting was dis- A buffet supper was served at 6
missed with prayer by Mrs. Macom- by candlelight. Games were played
ber, during the evening and hymn sing-
Mrs. Ruth Jones Patten left Sun- ing with Mrs. Brown at the piano.
day night for her home in Robbins- Those enjoying the party with Bar-
ville, N. C., after spending several bara were Pat McCormick, Laney
weeks with her mother and family Branch, Sandy Lee, Vester Suggs,
and friends. Patsy Patterson Norma Watts,
and friends. Connie Jackson and Lois Asbell.


.Mrs. Collie Gay is onvalescng
in her home after undergoing sur-
gery in the Municipal Hospital.
Glenn Garrett of FSU in Talla-
hassee was spending the holidays
with his mother and father, Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Garrett.
Miss Melba Butts of Mississippi
spent Thanksgiving with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Butts.


Among the many gifts she received
was a record player which every-
one enjoyed very much.
WSCS Meeting
The WSGS Circle of the Highland
View Methodist Church met for
their monthly meeting and pro-
gram. The program was given on
November 26 at the cuhrch. Mrs.
Marjorie Cum'be, program chair-


Mr. and Mrs. James Williams and man, was In charge of the program.
daughters of Dothan, Ala., spent "God's Blessings", was the theme
Thanksgiving with their parents, of the program. The call to wor-
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Larrimore. ship was given by Mrs. Cumbie
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chestnut spent followed by the singing of the Dox-
the week end in Chipley with their ology by the group. Mrs. Eula Ro-
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. gers gave a Thanksgiving message.
Wes Levins. The scripture was read by Miss
Mrs. Mary Burch and daughter May Cole, taken from Psalms 4:1-4.
spent Saturday in Blountstown vis- Mrs. W. H. Weeks told the story of
iting relatives and friends. Thanksgiving blessing. For the
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Casey spent closing thought, Mrs. A. B. Pratt
the week end in DeFuniak Springs read the Thanksgiving prayer "We
with relatives and friends. Give Thanks". The song "We Ga-


Fire Department
Entertains Ladies
Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. the
Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment had its first annual Ladies'
Night party at the American Le-
gion building.
A delicious dinner of turkey,
ham, potato salad, dressing, gravy,
cranberries, beets, stuffed celery,
giblet gravy, rolls, cup cakes, am-
brosia, tea and coffee was served
by the firemen to their wives and
guests.
Guests of the Department were
Mayor J. L. Sharit, Commisioners
I. C. Nedley and Franklin Chand-
ler and their wives, Mr. and Mrs.
Silas RI. Stone, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Greer, Mr. and .Mrs. Warren Pare-
aeau, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Griffin
and Mr. and Mrs. George Leece of
Port St. 'Joe. From Wewahitchka
were Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sumner,
Mr. and Mrs. Haywood Borders and
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McGlon, officers

in 'the Wewahitchka Fire Depart-
ment.
Musical entertainment was. fur-
nished for the evening by a group
of boys from the Florida Industrial
School for Boys with M. D. Womack
in charge of the program.
ELECTED V-P OF PLEDGE
CLASS OF FRATERNITY
iRobert Nedley has been elected
Vice-President of the pledge elaW
of 26 in his Fraternity, Lambda
Chi Alpha.
Robert is a sophomore. at FSU
and the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. C,
Nedley of this city.
ITr pays to advel-ti* try-It
other Together" was sung. The busi-
ness meeting followed with Mra. A.
B. Pratt, president, presiding.


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.A combination of fumbles, mis-
takes and some good 'punting that
kept the Sharks in the hole.through-
out most of the game, combined to
spell defeat to the Northwest Con-
ference Champion Sharks as they
fell 27-7 to the Choctawhatchee In-
dians in the. final game of the sea-
son. Marion -Craig,. recently named
top coach in the Big Bend area by
the Tallahassee Democrat 'and Pen-
sacola Journay, just simply could-
n't keep his team charged up over
the three. week lay-off .from :the
gridiron wars. ... .
'It looked .like the .Sharks were
headed for an easy victory as on
the third. play of the game, quar-
terback Ed Smith pitched out to

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SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
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'qADE. US that useless article for
something usetfl. STOP and
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Buddy Hudson who swept around
right end Tor a 55 yard TD jaunt.
But the Indians had other ideas as .
they came right back to score on
a 55 yard drive. Both teams batt-
led on through the second quarter ,
without scoring. The Sharks were
struck back with costly fumbles
and some beautiful punting by the
Indian's kicker. Early in the third
quarter the Choctaws broke loose ,
for a 60 yard TD and the Sharks
were out of the running from there
on. The Indians went on to score
two more TD's in. the fourth quar-
ter to end the rout with a 27-7
score. .
Despite this loss and an earlier
loss to DeFuniak Springs, the
Sharks climaxed their most suc-
cessful. campaign in Coach Craig's
10-year tenure as head coach of
the Sharks. And -it is felt by most
people who follow the athletic
program that the lean 'years are
over for the Sharks. The minor
league program installed by the
fiery coach has produced some fine


Keys Made While You Wait looking material for the. *future
35c EACH Shark teams. And there will be
BIGYCLE PARTS some big holes to: fill 'as the gra-
duating seniors will leave gapping
WESTERN AUTO holes in the Shark first unit. Of
HUNTING & FISING LICENSES course Coach Craig's biggest prob-
PANA-CRAFT BOATS
and E-Z TRAILERS lem will' be filling his star fullback
Re.el'Parts and Repairs Wayne Taylor's shoes. Taylor, an
offensive giant is also the Sharks
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav,. main defensive weapon. Also such
Ing money see us for anything outstanding linemen as. Bill Den-
swAPnedH yourPhone. STOP and ton, Sonny Chafin, Terry Hinote,
..- Charles. Boyer and Ken Hurlbut,
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE not to mention the Sharks two ine
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310 ot to metio the Sharks two fie
Fourth'St.. eating night every other halfbacks Ross Hudson and Frank
Monday. Fletcher and utility man Ward
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, Richards. It will 'be interesting to.
0.' F.-Meets first and third see, as the Sharks close the doors
Friday, 7:30 p.m. :in' Masonic on a: very. successful season, what
Hall. All members urged to attend; the crafty. Craig. will come up with
C. W. LONG, N. G.
J. C. PRICE, Secty.' he will come up with something
That will be thrilling to watch-
THERE WILL BE a regular com-nmaybe not another championship
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM'"every' first and team-but who knows; the pre-sea-
third Thursday at' 8r00 p.m. son odd-makers said we were a
S". fourth place team this year. Maybe
they'll give us fourth place again.
EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M.
ROY L. BURCH, Secty.
A:l Master Masons cordially invited L T
WILLIS V. ROWAM POST 116, A S
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- SANTA CLAU
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00 p,m.. .American Legion Home Dear Santa,
R.. A. M.--Regular convocation of I am 6 years old and I want to
. St. Joseph Chapter .No. 56 R.A, see you at ChrisA.s. It will e a
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- see you at Christmas. It will be a
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddle, joy to see you. Please bring me a
High'Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary. cowboy suit and a tricycle for
Christmas.
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