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S"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for. the Apalachicola-ChattahoocheValley"
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1960
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION LEADERS--The Northwest Coast Baptist Association, meeting last
Friday at the Callaway Baptist Church, elected officers for the coming year. C. Byron Smith
(left) pastor of the Port St. Joe First Church, was named moderator, L. E. Taylor (center) vice
moderator and B. B. Flood (right) clerk-treasurer; The Rev.J. B. Ansley is the retiring mod-'
Sharks Defeat Walton 13 to 6;
Local Boys Take
Art-u F. Grifn, son :of Mr. and
Mrs. '-Hugh W. Griffin. of 820 '10th
Street, Port St. Joe, has been as-
signed to Com pany A, 5th Battal-
ion, 5th Training Regimaent at Fort
Jackson, .,. C., for eight weeks of
basic combat training. This is his
Meet Chipley Here
After a shaky first half that saw the Sharks hav ea long drive
stall on the Walton 15 yard line and loose out on another scoring
opportunity by having a pass intercepted on the Walton six, the
'Port St. oje Sharks cme back in the second half to overcome a
six point deficit and,.spored two .touchdowns to be the victor over
Walton 13 to 6 and gain their first conference victory of the year
last Friday night in DeFuniak Springs. The Sharks have two
previous wins over non-conference foes.
first phase ,of -six months active, The Sharks moved the baL wk,
,duty training with the U. SI Army in 'the first half and were Dlile'to'
and a pa.t of the obligation he in- bottle up the Waltn i6tffense al
vrred 'upon enlisting 'in the Na- night. except 'erly' in 'Ihe .second
t'on al'Guard. His: National Guard quarter when Waltonhalfback Jo,
'unit is 'Co. A,124th I'nfatry Div- riddle broke- rlu-ihalrt.reaxeJ
: sion, paladcJcoaI: d "'*- bhark .defense and adoted'a a Y
to score. However the 'Sharks de-
Sense was supenb, limiting the
Walton crew to 134'yards.
ObesJey Fensom scored the first
Snark touchdown in the second
quarter on an 11-yard run. Fensom
was instrumental in setting up this
score with his, -slashing runs 'oft
S tackle and around the ends. Fensom,
in picking up 111 yards was lead-
S i ng .ground. gainer 'for 'the night aend
J TSpeaks To Civitans
At 'the regular meeting of the
pickedd "'14-.a lot of help with the
,blockin-g of endss James Gibson,
Wayne Stervens and George Boyer.
Bob..M'un= passed' to Jimmy Wilder
who it-ade a fine catch rthe 'ex-
SBoib Mu.n.a scored the second
touchdown on *a nice kpeper play
from the 15-yard 'line. The iSharks
stalled a determined Walton drive
at the end. of the game to come
out with a 13 to 6 victory.
Tomborow anmght .the Sharks meet
Chipley on the Shariks home field.
The Washington ,County team will
be looking for ia victory after being
shut 'out in 'their last itwo games.
Chipley and Port St. Joe have play-
ed two previous 'common opponents
-Walton and 'Marianna. 'Chipley
beat Walton 14 to 7 and lost to Mar-
iannia 40 ito 0. Port St. Joe beat
Walton 13 to 6 and 'lost to Marian-
na 25 to 0. Last week COhipley
t-oro :,. Joe uwzvtan Cuub Monday
,night, Coach Marion Craig, gu estdropp:ed a tilt to Florida H igh 32,
spvaler, Chowed a ilm mad'e of ,hes to 0. Port St. Joe meets Floridaa
recer, Fort S it. oe-DeoFmia keHigh in. their tl:ai .genof the sea-
Sreces Po0rH S Joe-De~u son.-
Springs football game.
FORT JACKSON, S. C.-Recruit
Michael E. Munn, son of Mr. and
Mrs. B. H. Munn of 106 Hunter Cir-
cle, Port St. Joe, has been assigned
to Company A, 5th Battalion, 5th
Training Regiment at Fort Jackson,
S. f, for 'eight weeks of basic com-n
bat training. This is hi's first phase
of 'six months active duty training
with the U. S-. Army and a part of
the obligation he incurred upon
enlisting in the National Guard. His
National Guard Unit is 'Co. A, 124th
Armored Infantry Battalion, Apala-
The annual meeting of Civitan
International will be held at the
San Carlos Hotel in Penrsacolia No-
vember' 16 and all members are
urged .to attend.
The -Club's attendance campaign
is over and' the time 'and place for
the steak and bean supper 'are be-
ing planned Iby 'a committee con-
'isting of: Charles 'Smith, D. B.
Parker and Charles M'cLeod.
Guests for this meeting wer,3
'Ooach 'Craig, James Goodman, 8th
grade student from Port St. Joe
High School, who was elected as
Junior Citizen of the Month for
September, Wilmer Thurslbay and
Horace Thorne, Lieutenant Gover-
nor of Panamiaa OCity District of
The Shark's will, e out f6orre-
veoge in tomorrow's .game. 'Chipl'ey
h as handed, the Sharks a defeat the
last two years and 'they will ibe 9ut
'to.. make it three in a row. From
past performances of these two
team's, it looks like pretty much of
a toss-up with maybe 'a slight 'edge
going to. the Sharks in view of
First Downs ---- 12
Yds. Rushing '-__- 228
'Yds. Passing 7
Pass Attempt. .... 11
Pass COonp. 3
Had Intercepted ... 1
Fumbles lost _____ 1
SYdts. Penalized --_ 40
High School Lists H
MICHAEL E. MUNN
Guests of Croxtons
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Nobles
of Fayette, Miss., visited with Mr.
and Mrs. G. S. Croxton recently.
Mrs. Nobles is the Oroxton's daugh-
The Port :St. Joe High School
announces the following names, as
its honor roll students for the first
six' weeks of the 1960-61 'school
The ,students making 'this honor
roll have attained high marks in
ciitzenship as well as academic
ALL 'A' HONOR ROLL
7th Grade: Jake Belin, Barbara
Weeks and Robin Downs.
9th Grade: Forest Van ,Camp, El-
lis Stevens and Myron Merritt.
10th Grade: Jan Rawls and Hel-
A and B HONOR ROLL
7th Grade: Jackie Sadler, Jacque
Price, Lynn Marlow, Andrew Tram-
miel, Nora Jean Oa.bonneau, Carol
Johnson, Kenneth Brodnax, Dennis
Dawson, Mark Rutland, Ann Belin
Keitha COarmichael, Kaye Smith
Fl'eetwood Pride, Carol Wager, Su-
san- Gentry, Robert Boone, Danny
Wilson, Jennifer Kennedy, Billy
Smith, Michele Anchors, Helen
Peak, Billy Antley 'and Delwyn
8th Grade: Wanda Odom, Ralpth
Chandler, Robin Brown, Marie
Rhames, Oecilia 'Creech, 'Oarolyn
Peak, Billy Wager, Brenda Conoley
Kathy Garrett, Patsy Prince, Phyl
41s Smith, Marjorie Woolford, Paul
Simmons, Pete Fox, COharles Thomr
as, Sandy Lee, Linda Cox, Fran
Gunn, Paula Lovett, Rex Buzzett
9th Grade: Howard Davis, Ken
neth Dytkes, Douglas Hallman, Al
'bert Gentry, Allen Gutterson, Ellen
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Is Now Only
Two Weeks Hence
Dr. Wesley Grace, president of
the Elementary PTA. is serving
advance notice this week of the
annual Elementary PTA Hallo-
we'en Carnival which is schedul-
ed for Saturday, October 29.
Dr. Grace said that the parade
for. the 'Carnival wiill begin at
2:30 and will consist of the high
school band, Cub Scouts, Brown-
ie Scouts, costumed children and
many other colorful sights.
The Carnival will be open im-
mediately after the big parade'
in the City Park at the corner of
.Fifth Street and Highway 98.
In connection with the carnival
the operators of the auction
booth is seeking item's to be auc-
tioned off. If you have a small
item someone might' want, the
auction booth would be glad to
have it for'auctibning. If you' "wis
to make 'Such a donation, call'
7-2311 or 7 4581.
A complete list of booths, spon-
jsorsi and other C'arnival Infor-
mation'will be carried in '"next
week's issue of The Star.
Beach Kids Knock
Doors for UNICEF
On the night of Tuesday, October
25, at'Mexico Beach and Oversacect
children 'of these communities wiil,
come to your door for the purpose
Unicef is 'the United Na',i -a s
.:'2 fdren's und', providing milk and
medical care of children in need
'all around the world. 'This program
i.s 'sponsored iby the Youth :,'s ,w-
sli,: of the First Miethodist iLhuur.1
Real ghosts of hunger disease
and 'fear :dominate the 'lives of two
rhirdsa of t ih children in the" world'
Here af re- Te of the ways that
LDie,-i helps in different lands.
Fifty-.seven ,nlllion" babies are
born in Asia ry'"' year. One of.
every three )diles within the. year;
Ibut with Unie-f t buy 'milk to .help
their problem of t iet deficiency.
many of these children can survive
'and ,are surviving. In Turkey there
are nurses and' technicians .travel-
ing on foot and 'horseback .to help
with the health and nutrition prob-i
lems., In Mexico,' lurks.-the disease
carrying mosquito. Unicef DDT
spray teams wa-ge total war to
stamp them out; in Siouth America
;and also ithe Middle East Unicef
helps 'these countires to have safe
milk. Share in 'this worthy cause..,
Trick or Treat the Unicef way.
Give to help, .hildrel. live. Let's
have a' Unicei Halowe'en.. .
GLADIOLI CIRCLE WILL
MEET THIS AFTERNOON
The. Gladioli 'Circle. of the Port
St. Joe Garden Club will meet this
'afternoon at 3: 00 p.m. in the home
of Mrs. Edwin Johnson. -
City Delays Passing Of
Budget Until Next Meeting
Boat Basin Plan
Suggested! plans for feopeniung
the boat basin at Mexico Beach re-
ceived 'uaniimous acceptance -from
members of the Mexico Beach Bus-
iness Association, who attended a
special executive meeting this past
Monday evening with M. (Parker,
secretary-treasurer of the Mexico
Beach Development Corporation.
The executive meeting had been
Scheduled to discuss and consider
engineered construction plains and
cost estimates (gr the project in
view, including extension 'of the
present jetties amd parking area
.for cars and boat trailers. The sour-
ces preparing the material had not
completed the detailed work requir-
ed and no definite conclusion could.
be considered as to the most feas-
ible" methods or means that 'would
.In a' general discussion of the
basic idea& in 'the .proposed plan;
Mr;. Paiker outlined, and explained
the problems involved, and the
possible solutions. Everyone pres-
ent agreed that the. completion. of.
the boat basin project would lbe of.
inestimable benefit t"o everyone in,
'the Mexico Beach area. It was de-
cided that 'the matter be' taken u
at the next regular mneeing of the
Association the first Monday in
November, at which 'time all the.
figures would be_.vaflable for full
- As soon 'as complete 'approval of
tha project ,Is decided' on, a gegpW~ar
public meeting will be called 4
which .property owners, .hoit dIF
ers and other in-tereami p
will be able to express 'their views
and extend their co-opecatiod. The
.se of the present ,boat basli has"
.been mcutailed due to tilling in of
sand in the channaL
To District Offices
Two local K1 wanis member have
been named to district offices, it
'was announced this 'week.
0. O. Dykes, president of 'the lo-.
cal Club has been named district
chairman of vocational guidance.
Tom Alsobrook, secrqtary-treaaur-
or of the Port St. id dhi was
named chairmanat of e ititernation-
al convention a"ttendaece commit-
The selections were made .by *the
new Kiwanis iatiriot Governor,.
Gene Oastleberry of the 'St. Andrew
Senator Wilson Carraway Speaks On
Behalf of Florida Democratic Candidates
,Senator Wilson Carraway of was urging a .strong Democratic
Tallnhaasee,, accompanied by W. vote from Northwest 16lorida or
Dexter Douglas, also of Tallahassee 'the state Democratic candidates.
appeared at the Kiwanis Club meet- .Carraway 'said a strong Democratic
ing (briefly Tuesday in his area ballot .in the November election
campaign to get out the vote in will serve this section of the state
November,. 'Carraway said that he well in the coming four years in
view of the-fact that most at the
-o o R l nominated candidates are frohm iWs
half of the state.
-onor Roll Guests of the club Tuesday 'were
Hiarold Keels of tbe.High 'School;
,Scisson and Janice Spaulding. Bob' Ingram, Gene :Stewart, Aubrey
Sl10th Gradei Buddy Kennington, Callahan, Ed Arnold, Eddie Soder-
- Gail Anderson, 'Cheryl Christian, quist and Warren Wright of St.
' Lila Dickery, Joel Barbee, Bill Fite, Andrew; Ira Hill lan Stan Wor-
Linda Price, Mabel Stone and Ma- sham of Panama City; Ed Crusoe
zie Stone. and Arch Oramer of Tallahassee;
11th Grade: Fred Joines, Freddy Joe Dowid and' Dr. Conrad Williams
Bowdoin, Chesley Fensom, Robbie of Port St. Joe.
hCostin, Kay Creech, Mary Dell Bob Ingram, president of the St.
e Ramsey, Brenda Ward, Mickey Andrew Olub presented the Port
a Thompson, Larry Davis, Ric-hard St. Joe Club with a granite Mnonu-
Thompson and Sandra Brown. ment for Ahe Club's most recent
12th Grade: Rexine White, Cole- project, a tennis ourt at the high
1 man Thairpe, Jean McArdle, Peggy school, na4ling utae court in honor
t- Depuy. Betty Ann Ford. Maryv ane of 'the Club's last charter member,
n Bobbitt, Estelle Mizelle, David Od-
um, Rita Cooper, Mary Lou, Hud-
- son, Mavis K'ennedy, Linda Roberts,
- Carolyn Starling, Don Haddon and
n David White.-
Bids Let To Purchase Fire Hose;
Note Given Fla. Asphalt Paving Co.
Only a small calendar of business faced the City Commis-
sion Tuesday night at their regular meeting. Work on the budget
for the coming fiscal year had to be postponed until the next
Award In County
The Port St. Joe Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce is putting forth
its final notice for nominations
for their Good Government
Award. The award will be pre-
jented at the Jaycees dinner
meeting Tuesday, October 25 at
70* p~.m, a the City Restaurant.
To make your nomination, just
write down the name of the per-
son you think .has contributed
the most to good county and city
government, explaining the rea-
son for your choice and mail it
to the Jaycees, P. 0. Box 308,
Port 'St. Joe. i
This Sunday, on the Jaycees
"Forum of the Air" broadcast,
Representative. Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., will ie quizzed concerning
the constitutional amendments
to be voted on in the, November
election. The, amendment con-
c -rning the FrestfhWater Fish and
,'Gjme Commission has raised a
great atnount of opposition i, and
,'-'-i Wil probably be ques-
"ed 'at great lengths abcL.' this
6Th6 program will be aired at
p.m. over WJOE.
ng-res.sban S ikes, Florida,
'1rd District, 'has announced the
N rfatlon of a Thbird District Demo-
crtic C'arnpaig n committee to
s4arhead the Kennedy- Johnson
cainpaign which the appointment of
L&Ais Hill of Talahassee as Dis-
this 'committee, which has been
e up at the request of the Na-
ti nal Knenedy-Johnson Headquar-
trs, will coordinate activities of
A]I existing Democratic Organima-
4fbns and will 'actively campaign
d)r the Kennedy-Johnson ticket.-
he 'district organization will work
With 'state and national campaign
offices in Florida, with the County
Democratic Executive 'Committees
'and 'wiht the Young Democratic
Deputy 'Chairman for the District
Committee Is Grady Alibritton of
Pensacola. W. A. Jernigan, Crest-
view, is treasurer; Mrs. Hazel
Burns, Tallahassee and, Allen Rob-
inson, Oresatview, *are Co-chairmen
for the Young Democrats.
County leaders were named fol-
lowing a strategy mnelating held
with Congressman Sikes in Crest-
view, where district headquarters
will be established. Leader from
Gult county is Dave Gaskin, Sr.,
American Legion To
Have Membership Drive
City Attorney 'Cecil G. Cositin, Jr.,
advised the Commission that the
budget must tbe held in abeyance
for 'at least 10 days alter its first
reading 'bef-ore it can be finally ap-
proved. Also the budget amnst be
published for two weeks in the
newspaper during this 10, day per-
iod. First reading of the Ibudget
was at a special meeting last Tues-
day and first publication of the
budget was in last Thursday's Star.,
The City received bids on two
planned purchases Tuesday night.
The first set of bids was opened
for the painting of the City fire
trucks. Bids from St. Joe Motor
Company 'and Wimberly Motors
were received. Since one bidder
specified they would sandd' and
"prime the vehicles nd' the other
bidder didn't, 'and since the bids
had not called for ,such necessary
work to he done, the Commission'
decided to call for bids again with
specifications 'set out in the bid'
-Oommisioner John Robert .Smith
stated that at one time 'the AN
railroad had offered' to paint the
trucks free and asked it.. thi4. iul4i
not ,be done now. ComDnissioner
Haun-on stated, that in his opilona
local icreerns paying eTogW
and tges shouldd be the ones to do
the p'ai,inf, t t hey can. Mayor
Shaitrt reiterated Hannon'. thoughts
in the painting of the trucks iand
instructed the City Clerk to send
out the new bid call.
Other bids were received by the
City on new fire hose. The call
for bids asked for prices on 400
feet of two and a 'half inch hose
and 100 feet of one and a halt tach
Bids were received from Bildwel
Supply C'ompany and Western Au-
to Associate Store. Bildwel SIuply
bid $109.56 for the 100 feet of hose
and $572.76 for the 400 feet of hose.
Western Auto -bid $120.00 -for the
100 feet.,of hose and $656.00 for
the 400 feet of hose. T&ie Commis-
sion moved to purchase the hose
from the Bildwel Supply Coonpa=ny
The Commission voted to pass
an ordinance allowing .them to give
the Florida Asphalt Paving Com-
pany a pronmlsory note in the
amount of $17,986.40 with six per-
cent interest to pay for three pai-
ing projects in 'the city. The streets
paved were 10th Street, Main Street
ibnd Avenue C. The note becomes
payable on or Ibefore December 15,
1960. Provisions have been made
in the new budget for the money
to pay off this note.
At Long Avenue
Revival services are being held
at the Long Avenue Baptist aChurch
through Sunday, October 23. Rever-
end J. C. Odum, the church pastor,
announces a very splendid response
from the people of Port St. Joe.
The American Legion and Aux- Record attendance for revival ser-
iliary will have a membership on- vices has already been observed.
rollment dinner ai d meeting to- The norm-al seating capacity of the
night at 'the Legion Buildins at church auditorium has been expand-
7:a0 pan. This dinner was p-t,- ed to provide adequate seating for
iponed recently by hurricane Ehol. all who attend. Reverend Vernor.
Arthur McCarthy, of Tallahas-ie, Brown, pastor of the First Baptist
AreN Vice Commander will be lih; Church of Daytona Beach is t'v1
guest speaker at the dinner. visiting minister. R. 0. Stone, also
:All veterans are urged to atten:l of Daytona Beach, Is conducting
aong with your wives, the revival music.
-' Services will ibe held at 7:00 a.m.
'Returns Home and 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Satu'-
Mrs. W. B. Ferrell returned home day. Sunday services will be held
the late Victor R. Anderson. Saturday after a week's visit in
The program for the day was a Jacksonvllle with her son and fam-
movie of the Shark DeFuniak ily, W. W. Ferrell and family, W.
Springs f football game last Friday IW. Ferrell and two sisters, Mrs.
night, shown and, narrated by Ooach Lexie G. Clark and Mr. and, Mrs.
Marion rag. 0. L. Jay.
at the usual time. 'The church ex-
tends a cordial welcome to every-
one to attend.
Advertising Pays- Try It And See
Advertising Pays Try It And Se-
FCr S Pr fwi. A- -
Sweaters I Skirts
Giras and Teens Girls Teens Ladies
Bukies and Shags Wool and cotton
$4.19 up $5.95 up
... Girls Teens Misses
SLIM JIMS $4.49 and up-
%*~w -'- '. .,
Toddlers Girls Teens Misses
e 0 ABungalow UC0
1010 PALM BOULEVARD
Classified Ads Bring Quick Results At Small Costl
SHOP OUR i
All Sizes, A
only Nunn-Bush has
,-,MXIS OCARRIN JOE. FLLeTCHER
Lay Away The
COMPLETE STOCK OF
li Colors, All Models
203 REID AVE.
First. In Qualltyg
Why_ Ninn-Bush Sho
are Better .
Built with improved lasts and patterns
and extra stretch-removing operations c,
Ankle-Fashioning Nunn-Bush S
snug the heel better. They feel more
fortable and look better over more n
giving really satisfying wear. Only N
Bush Shoes are Ankle-Fashioned.
THE STAN, Port ft S J", MAR. fi-U
bounced First Methodist J_ *
nd, Mrs. H. i. W er an- WSCS Meets
the engagement of their =---eets I.--- -
Ce, carrie Joe Fletcher to W ith Mrs. A
m. Harvey Lave, son of Mr. W ith Mrs, Adams
rs. W. S. Love. of Jackson-
Oircle 1 of the First Methodist
Fletcher graduatei from WSOS met in the home of Mrs. H.
t Joe High 'School with the R. Adams Monday afternoon. Mrs.
f 1960. Mr. Love graduated Robert Kerrigan, chairman, presid-
he 'local high school with ed over the meeting. Eleven mnem-
s5 of 1958. bers were present.
weddingg date ha b~tn set. The meeting was opened with
prayer and the singing of the Na-
tional' Anthem. Mrs. George Stiber
t baptist was in charge of the program hi.h "
was taken from -the Methodist Wo-
irch WMU man program book. The program
,-was entitled, "Eulistment of Ohris-
,le w f tion Citizenship in Methodist Comn-
e Mee flingsn mtnity Centers". Taking part on
First Baptist WMU met the program were MTrs. Ralph .
Swatts, Mrs. 'Morgan Jones and
y, October 17 in the follow- MrM .':Sber. Mrs. Sber cosed '
nes. the program with prayer.
Circle No. 1 Current qbusiness~was taken care ... .
le 1 met in the home of Mrs. of and refreshments, served to: .
dudghtry. After the meeting Mrs. H. R. .Brinson. Mrs. Pennon
1led. to order by the chair- Talley, Mrs. Joe Grimsley, Mrs. .
[rs. W. Ramsey gave the de- Walter Duren, Mrs. Ralph Swatts,
31 'and program from the Mrs. Robert Kerrigan, Mrs. G. S.
Service magazine, "Enlist- ,Croxton, Mrs. Ivey Williams, Mrs.
or Growth". Election of of- George Suiber, Mrs. 'Morgan Jones .
was the order of business. and Mrs. H. R. Adamn. '
reting wds closed with pray- The'meeting was closed with the '
Ire. Dasightry. Refreshmeats wsOS benediction. -
arved to 14 mensbers pres- The next meeting 'will ibe held at
the home of Mrs. Walter Duren
Circle No. 2. -- ''
e 2 met with Mrs. H. F.
rith 'eight mem ers ,and, .one. l A "
emiberl present. Mrs. Gladys LU g Mvenue
of Jaiksonville was a visi- |
a. w. Wooga the pro- Baptist Church Wynn Lesi
The ':"crIpiure -was taken
ak 4:26. Prayer was le Circle Meetings Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wynn of this
a. Ayer&. The s meeting was gagement and approaching marriage o
ed' with prayer by Mrs. Har- Circle No. Four Diane to James Edward (Bo John) Le
rvey. A social hour was en- Circle Four of ,the Long Avenue Lester of Wewahitchka. Wedding plain
by' al. Baptist WMS met Tuesday, Oct- at a later date.
Circle No. 3S 11 at the home of, Mrs. Billy Bar-
S3, met with .-Mrs. Sidney Iow at St. Joe Beach. The meeting
Son'iGarrison Avenue. Mrs. was opened with a pa-yer by Mrs. in :the home of Mrs. T. J. Braxton. ,. Gy
chairman, called' the meet Lenora longer. A most interesting Mrs. Ruth Hendrix presided I the Mr. an
order. A devoitonal and the rr.ogrm on The printed word in absence of the circle chairman. All Palm Be
, was brought .by Mrs. An- Spanish 'and Portugese" was pre- .business of the Circle was carried with Mr
A brief business session was. rented Iby the 'program chairman, out. One new member was present. ay John
Irs. Mcolellan closed the Mrs.-L. E. :Voss. Those' talking part Mrs. Ruth Braxton, program chair-
g with prayer. A social hour on the program were Mrs,K.. K man, presented .the program,."The
ijoyed by the seven mem- Bateman, Mrs. Wesley R. -Rnamsey, Message of God's Son", with seven Mrs.
resent Mrs. James Traweek, Mrs. Tonm members present giving parts. day for
Circle No. 4 Watts, Mrs. Jewel Hinote, Mrs. Bil- atives, a
e Four met in the home of ly Barlow nd Mrs. Lenora Cknger.
rrady Keels Monday after- The meeting was ended wi,,h *a
3: 00 pm. with six members prayer by Mrs. Ramsey. The host
S'Mm. W. C. Pridgeon, de- ess then served refreshment? to TELEP
I chairman brought the ~- the eight members and two visitors OP
1, from Mark, chapter 4. nresnt. o et m Il be. *QPIm ..
mory Stevens gae ,te pro- t the home of Mrs Jewel'Hn et. A
som the Royal Service mags- Circle No. Five
iness was dcussed and Circle Five mt t he home of THURSDAY and PR
gram 'was closed with prayer Mrs. 'D. Clark. Mrs. John Core, TUSDAY and FRI
Pridgeon. Delicious refresh- co-hainman, opened ithe meeting
were served to those present. and all w'ho were present partici-'
Bung Matron's Circle patted in presenting the program,
Young Matron.s Circle met 'The message of God's son". Mrs. LOVE IN
Swih'l Mrs. Robert W title M.L. Brttt, WMT president, visit-
rison Avenue. T1he meting ed. the Cirole meeting. .C ommnuity TE
led to-order by Mrs. Whit- missions for October coasist of LAN OF
airman. Mrs. George Pad- visiting for the r revival. The Novem- R
ented te program, b er meeting is to be att he home THE LONG
ttfor. Growth". Prayer was of Mrs. John Core. Those attending NIGHPT CA
Mrs. Edward. Ramsey. A were Mrs. John Core, Mrs. Fred RIC
sineear session was he t f- Perry, Mrs. M. L. Britt, Mrs. Gene
ich the meeting was closed Fowler and Mrs. J. D. Oak.
'ayer by Mrs. Whittle. Re- Circle No. Six SATURDAY ONL
ents were-,served to the six Circle Number Six held their
rs one new member, Mrs. meeting. Monday, October 10 aat
1 Ramsey and Mrs. Milton 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Theo.
president of hte WMS. Johnson. Miss Aina Baggett, cir- "
cle chairman, presided. The topic Guys Who Are
Maddox Visitors of the program, presented was, The Gallant... and Game! l
ed Mrs. David W. Bennett e a G ove". A he
iughtes Sirri and Karen of close of the meeting, a special pray- I T'
polMrs. MFredn., iMadted wirecenth er session, for the coming revival,
Mrs. red Mddx rcent- was participated in by all. Deli-
o cous refreshments were served by ith
Mrs. Johnson and enjoyed by all. .hs/
Those in attendance were: Mrs. = .Du W."
Clyde White, Mrs. Rusasell Goolelby, jam WAYNE-oieh 0M'EF,
Mrs. Tony Peterman, Mrs. Joe ,SNBUs HAY WARD
Fortner, Mrs. Theo Johnson, Mrs.
Oharles Marshall, Mrs. Roy Hellen,
Mrs. Brooks Cobb, Miss Alma Bag-
gett, Mrs. Ferris Tarantino, Mrs. EDI*E*-
Robert McKuight, Mrs. B. A. Col- ,eDDIE -OY.
I HIer, Mrs. Cecil Harrison and Mrs.
I :MEN& BOSnd WEA
Ouffiffers for Dads and Lads"
Circle No. Three
Circle Number Three held their
meeting Monday at 3:00 pan. in
*the home of Mrs. Joe Alligood. Mrs.
Otis Ogle, circle chairman, presid-
ed. Mrs. W. P. Dockrey [brought the
Bible meditation, prayer calendar
and prayed for the missionaries.
Mrs. Joe Alligood, program chair-
man, presented the program, "The
Message of God's Son", with the
seven members present giving parts
Mrs. Joe Alligood gave the intro-
duction; Mrs. Keith Ward, '"The
Message of God's Son"; Mrs. Otis
Ogle, "Senders of The Message in
Portugese"; Mrs. George McLaw-
hon, "Senders of the Message in
Spanish"; Mrs. A. P. Jackson and
Mrs. W. P. Dockery "The Message
Rceeived"; Mrs. Huribert Zipperer,
"Messengers Needed". Mrs. Joe
Alligood read Psalmhns 67 as a clos-
ing meditation. After closing the
program, all took part in sentence'
prayer in (behalf of the coming re-I
vival services. All enjoyed the de-.
Circle No. Two (
Circle Two met Tuesday morning
tbAY, 6B6frtR 16, 1060
city announce the en-
f their daughter, Joyce
ester, son of Mrs. Izella
ns are to be announced
eats From. West Palm
nd' Mra. Bob Ferrell of West
each were visitors 'last week
. Perrell's sister, Mrs. Dal-
To Visit In Georgia
W. S. Smith left Wednse-
a visit in Georgia with rel-
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GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. Defendant
In Chancery. NOTICE TO: Jack Ross, whose
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TOTAL ALL FUNDS ....... $188,999.11
S ORDINANCE NO. 184X
"An Ordinance relating ;to the assessment
and levy of taxes in the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida for the tax year A. D. 1960,
levying an advalorem tax of 0.9 mills
upon the dollar of assessed valuation for
the purpose of providing funds for the
payment of principal-and interest on the
$90,000.00, City of Port St. Joe refund-
ing bonds of January 1, 190 and ad any
indebtedness thereon outstanding and a
tax of 7.6 mills for the -purpose of pro-
viding funds for the ordinary and regu-
lar purposes of the. City 6f Port St. Joe
for the year 1961." '
,WHEREAS, the City Commission is of
the opinion that it Is necessary for the im-
mediate protection and preservation of the
peace, safety, health, and 'property of the
City and its inhabitants, and to provide for
the usual daily operation bf the City and
its departments that this Ordinance be
enacted and take effect immediately, -there-
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE:
SECTION 1. That the assessment, roll) of
the taxable property within the City of Port
St. Joe for the year 1960, prepared by the
City Auditor. and Clerk, as ex-officio Tax
Assessor and revised and equalized by the
City Tax Equalizing Board be, and the same
Is hereby approved and adopted u the as-.
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member, A.D., 1960 the defendant, Executor of the Estate of Admissions Tax ........... 1,00oo.00
Jack Ross is required to serve up- Cora M. Sutton, IDeceased. Fnesriaand er Forfeits ........ 6,00.00
on Benjamin H. Dickens, Plaintiff's Ernest C. Wimberly Permits, Fees, Etc........... oo00.00
Attorney, whose address is 303 Attorney for Executor Garbage Collection Revenues 7,800.00
Fourth Street, Port St. Joe, Flor- 163 South Eglin Parkway 4t-10-13 aolly Hill cemetery lotsales s600o.o
ida, a copy of -and file with the Fort Walton Beach, Florida st. Joseph Fire Controi dist. s00.00
Clerk of said Court, the original of IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Parking Meter Receipts
an answer to the Bill of Complaint COURT OF GULF Road and Bridge Fund receipts
filed against him herein for divorce. COUNTY, FLORIDA from Gulf County ......... 12,000.00
WITNESS my hand and official IN RE: ESTATE OF FRED B. TOTAL GENERAL FUND .... $180,786.00
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka, SUTTON, DECEASED. Bond RetLiUement Funds
Gulf County, Florida, this 11h day NOTICE -it hereby given hat I Hospital Revenue Bond Fund
of October, A.D., 1960. have filed my final report and pe- Estimated Cigarette Tax Receipts
GEORGE Y. CORE, 4t tition for Final Discharge as Ex- Special Sinking Fund for
Clerk Circuit Court. e-utor of the Estate of Fred B. Refunding Bonds of 1960 .. 8,714.11
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 10-13 Sutton, Deceased; and that-on the Construction Fund (60%) of
( 5th day of November, 1960, will uap* utility Tax............ 18,500.00oo
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S ply to the Honorable S. P. Husband TOTAL DEBT SERVICE FUNDS $53,214.11
COURT OF GULF Lvounty Judge of Gulf County, Flor- TOTAL ALL FUNDS'..... $183,999.11
COUNTY, FLORIDA ida, for approval of said final re- $9,682,4 9.A o O
IN RE: ESTATE OF CORA M. port and for final discharge as ex- Proposed Millage for General
BUTTON, DECEASED. ecutor of -the Estate of Fred B. Sut- Operations ($78,585.00) .. 7.6 Mills
Aton, Deceased. Proposed Millage Special Sinking Fund
ton, Deceased. for Refunding Bonds of 1960
NOTICE is hereby given that I This 1 October, 1960. ($8,714.11) ............. 0.9 Mills
have filed my final report and peti- FRED W. SUTTON, TOTAL MILLAGE FOR TAX
tion for final discharge as Execu- Executor of the Estate of YEAR 1960 .............. 8.5 Mills
tor of the Estate of Cora M. Sutton, Fred B. Sutton, Deceased. EXPENDITURES
Deceased; and, that on the 5th -day Ernest C. Wimberly General Fund Proposed Budget 1961
of November, 1960, -will apply to Attorney or Executor Scavengere Department ........ $ 21,78740.00
the Honoralble S. P. Husband, Coun- 163 South Eglin Parkway 4t-10-13 Exceutive Department ...... 2,100.00
ty Judge of Gulf County, Florida, Fort Walton Beach, Fla. Fire Department ........... 2,900.00
Street Lights ............... .,000.00
for approval of said final report and --- '-- Administrative Expense :..... 9,696.00
ftor final discharge ap executor of CITY iOF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA Leal DepMaintenance e 27,008.00
the Estate of Cora M. Sutton, De- .PROPOSED BUDGET 1961 Park Department .......... 8,000.00
ceased. ESTIMATED REVENUE Pest Control and Landfill
T .ia 1 O tor 1 ioperty Tax (7.6) Mills .... $ 73,585.00 Program ................ 3,000.00
This 1 Octoer, 1960. ,Oupatioal License Tax .... 12,000.00 Misellaeous Expense ...... 2,800.00
FRED W. SUTTON Race Track Receipts ........ 2,000.00 Maintenance and Operation "
Municipal Building ...... 4,812.00
r .Audit ...................... 750.90
Municipal Hospital of Port
St. Joe ........... ..... 14,000 00
Contingencies ........ ....... 14,682.00
PNEED A P LU B ? -Social Security Insurance (FICA) 2,600.00
Holly Hill Cemetery ........ 00.00
NEED A PLUM BER? Forest Hill Cemetery ...... 800.00
CALL 3EAMAN TOTAL .................. $180,785.oqo
Plumbing installation Repairs Hobpital Revenue Bond Fund 26,000.00
Plumbing Installation Repairs Special Sinking Fund for Refunding
Contract Work A Specialty Bonds of 1950 (0.9) Mills 8,714.11
Contract Work A Specialty Construction Fund (60%) of
Utility Tax ............ 18,500.00
Agns r TOTA-DET-SEVIC
ga~ne of th season. last Thursday
(afternoon at 4:45. The teamr w.14
i.ivided up, into a purple 'a -wd wbhit -
team ,for -this ,second intra-squad
The purple team won the game
'by the score of 7-0 ion a pass from
Al Cathey to J'immy Goodman.
Other outstanding players for the
purple team- were: Mike White,
Lonnie Bell, Jerome Barnes, Ted,
VWhitfield', Morris Buttram, Herbert
sessment roll of Taxable property within
the City of Port St. Joe, for the Tax year
SECTION 2. That there be and there is
hereby levied and assessed upon all property,
both real and personal, within the corporate
limits of the City of Port St. Joe, not exempt
from taxation by the constitution and laws
of the State of Florida, the following ad-
valorem taxes for the year 1960.
(a) A tax of 0.9 mills upon the dollar
"61 assessed valuation for the purpose of
providing funds for the payment of interest
and principal on any remaining indebted-
ness outstanding on the $90,000.00 City of
IPrt St. Joe Refunding Bonds Issue of Jan-
uary 1, 1960.
. (b) A tax of 7.6 mills upon the dollar of
assessed valuation for the purpose of pro-
viding funds for the ordinary and regular
purposes of the City of Port St. Joe.
- SECTION 8. .This Ordinance shall take
.effect immediately upon adoption.
- INTRODUCED at a Special Meeting of the
City Commission on the 11th day of Octo-
ber A.D., 1960. 2t-10-13
- -: J. L. SHARIT,
it. W. HENDERSON,
Cify Auditor and Clerk
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Toi Si Your Individual
Taste and Pocketbook -
Jimmy Goonman, Charles Gibson,
Peter Fox, Philip Ivey, Billy .Smith,
Andy Tramamell, Bobby Antley,
Billy Antley and Rex Buzzett.
Th white t-eamn led by quarter-
back Billy Wager and. David Dick-
ey stayed in the game all the way
with fine running by David Balb-
Ibitt land Mike Garcia. Garcia ran
95 yards for a score for the white
team but it'wa-s called back due
to pa white team, player being off
side. Outstanding linemen and
backs for the white team were:
Buddy Smith, Wilbur Butts, Ray
Ramsey, Charles Znimm'erman, Jer-
Ty Branch, Charles Thomas, -Ran-
dall Richards, Junior Nichols, Da-
vid Young, Larry Parker, Danny
Oidum, Donnie Smith, Georpge ;Small
and- Danny Wilson. Boys that did
not see action due to injuries were
Bob Craig, Billy Versigia, Tommy
Wright and Clyde Norris. .
The entire junior team ahowe""
marked improvement on the abil-
ity to block and tackle during this
game. These Iboys have been rwork-
ing real hard and ,are to be com-
menided for their fine spirit and, de-
,sire to play football.
The Junior Sharks will travel to
Chattahoochee Wednesday after-
noon to play -a return game 'with
the junior team there at 4:30 pan.,
est. The junior teaEm will probably
play one more intra-squad game
and-this will 'wind- up 'their season.
TAKEt ot .
4 6 symptomatic
IOM SHELTON W. H. BUNTIN
faldosta, Ga. \ Pompano Beach, Fla.
3ICHARD L. MINOR ROBERT S. JONES
Jacksonville, Fla. Coral Gables, Fla.
MRS. F. L. NELSON GEORGE MoNEAR
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1060
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Jo*, Florida
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FHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1960
Port St. Joe Post Office One of 5000
To Be Built Under Present Administration
Nearly 5,000 post office buildings
have been constructed since 'the
launching of the Department'6s mo-
dern improvement program by
Postmaster General Arthur E. Sum'-
merfield ,shortly after his appoint,
ment to this position 'by President
Eisenhower in 1953.
Statistics just made available
,show that the construc'Aon of now
facilities in th'e Atlanta Region
from January 1953 thr'.ugh August
1960, with an estimate of the cost,
was a's follows:
Florida, 135, $10,374,000; Georgia,
94, $4,893,000; North .Ca-o!ina. S1,
$3,660,000; South Caroho.. 52. $3,-
S51,000; Puerto Rico, 17, $4S,?.000.
In an announcement -on this sub-
ject Iby Postmaster Chaunacey Cos-
tin, it was pointed out tmer. wJ.;le
th-ese facilities have been aquip-ped
and' furnished [by the Dapartmenw,
the buildings themselves are either
leased. or rented, in line with the
completely new policy which has
been closely followed during 'the
past .seven years.
On the basis of this experience,
it is estimated that at least 1,600
new buildings will be added to this
total ,during the current fiscal year.
It was explained that this pro-
'gram not only reduces the govern-
ment's original 'expenditure suab-
stantially [but 'also means ub-stau-
Itial additions to the tax rolls in
th communitiess where the new
srtuotures are located -since htey
are not tax-exempt.
"This type of ,operation has re-
'sulted in more and ,more new mail
handling each year 'since it was
first inaugurated," Postmaster Cos-
*tin said, "and' it is my understand-
ing that the annual report which is
*ow Ibeing prepared will reveal a
new all-time high for hte fiscal
year 1960 ending June 30 when
agreements 'were 'signed for 1,602
new buildings costing a little over
$100,000,000. We have been toMd that
this is part of a program to com-
*pletely mbdernize between 12,000
and' 15,0W0 postal facilities daring
ithe next tfew years.
"In addition to the fact that we
i.are 'getting more and' maor ebraud
.ew buildings, it is'donubtful if tbh
Post Office Department was ,ever
,b fore 'as careful in making prelim-
inary ,scientific 'and engineering
check' s and' surveys in order to be
sur- that the new facilities will
adequately take care of present
p6sta'l needs in their various com-
rmunitites, 'and future growth as
'well. And' s a a clear indication of
just how much more rapidly this
new program is [being carried out,
the noew buildingg total for fiscal
1969 was 655 representing a total
investment by private industry o_
With reference to the facility 1am-
prtovement, Postmaster Costin also
pointed out that .in addition ot the
new buildings being made available
under -the commercial leasing pro-
gram, the Department compietd
plans during fiscal 1960 for mod-
ernizing post offices ,located in 106
federal buildings throughout the
United -States and -that plans are
already under way for 31 similar
"Still another change worthy of
attention is that while slightly
more than 1,400 rural delivery
routes have been consolidated with
annual 'savings in excess of $4,-
000,000, this type of mail service
'has -actually been, extended to ben
efit an additional, 1,500,000 famil-
"It should also be mentioned. that
more than 5,700 post offices which
were found, to be unnecessa:v
have [been disoonitinued at a saving
of nearly $9,000,000 a year while at
the 'same time we have established
629 additional 'classified stations
and branches and 980 contract sbi-
tVons and branches in order to pro
vide 'better service for the publicc'
Postmaster Costin 'said'. that a
comparison between any corres.
ponding statistics tfor 1953 and' 1960
would 'sihow .the cumulative effects
of all ithe day-by-day improvements
under the guidance of Postmaster
"His constant goal," Postmaster
,Oostin said, "has ,been to improve
service while holding the 'line on
costs through greater efficiency.
The results speak for themselves."
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Methodist First Quarterly Conference
Started October 17
The First Quarterly Conferneces its meeting at 'Port St. Joe'o0i Ju-ly
of the 75 Methodist Churches, in 11", Dr. Aiktinson stated. "The* en-
the Marianna District of the Ala- tire work of The Methodist Church
baima-West Florida Conterence of in the Marianna District will be
The Methodist Church, will be held presented Iby the District Secretar-
on a Sub-Di-strict basis beginning ies, the District President of the
October 17, it was announced by Woman's Society of Christian Ser-,
Dr. W. Brunson Atkinson, Distriot "vice and the District Lay Leader
Superintelndent end President of at these Sulb-District Group Quar-
the Distric tOoumcil. "This planning terly Oonferences", the District Su-
was done by .the District Council at perintendent added..
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to look for the gala season ahead than in Mr. Simon's glorious
brush print on satin-y acetate? So artfully shaped with a softly
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fluidly over its own detachable petticoat. Green, turquoise or
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THE STAR, Port St. Jo*, Fla.
Those presenting.the -various in-
terests -include Mrs. Ralph Swatts,
District..President of the Woman's
Society .ot Christian Service; Hon..
Basil E. Moore, District Lay Lead-
er; Rev. John, C. Oarmichael,. Die-
trict Secretary of Education; Rev.
M. W. Anthony, District Secretary
of Missions; Hon. J. Frank Adams,
President of the Distriot Missions
Corporation; Rev. E. R. Dickerson,-
District Secretary of Evangelism;
Rev. 0. A. Cortbitt, District Secre-
tary of Chrisitan Vocations; Rev.
A. M. Shirah, Distric tDirector of
Christian Social Concerns and Dr.
W, Branson Atkinson, District S-u
The first Sub-District Group
Quarterly qConferences ,wlh be th
Chipola Sub-District, wh;'h' in-
eludes the following churches: Al-
,'ond, Kynesville, Bright Prospect-
Bascomn Dellwood, Bellritmw, Cot
.ondale, Cypress, Greenwood Mif
lone. Friendship, Maria'.i- i Firsta
Church, Marianna Grace Church.
,Shady Grove, Grand, Ridgj and
Sneads, and will be held at Marian-
na Grace Church at 7:00 on Octo-
On October 18, -the Holmes Creek
iSub-Distriot Quarterly Confereuces
will be held at First Methodist
Church, Bonifay, at 7:00 p.m. Chur-
ches included, in this ,SublDistrict
are: Bonitay, Oam'pbellton, Spring-
hill, Chipley, Graceville, Galilee,
LaLkeview, Pleasant Grove, New
ajHope, Moss Hill, -Salem-, Mt. Zion.,
Bahoma, Vernon, Wausaau, Orange
Hill, White Oak and Rock Hill.
On October 20, the Bay Sub-Dis-
trict Quarterly Conferences will' be
held at St. "Andrew Church, Pana-
ma City, at 7:00 ip.m. Churches in-
cluded in this Sub-District are: Cal-
laway, First Church, Forest Park,
Green Hills, Gultview, Pt. Washing-
ton, HHland Park, Lynn Haven,
Springfield, Cedar Grove, Parker,
S.t Andrew, St. Mark, Trinity and
On October 21, the Walton Sub-
District Quarterly Conferences will
be held' at First 'Methodist Church,
DeFuniak Springs, at 7:00 pim.
Ohurche Included in this Sub-Dis-
trict are: Bruce, Ied Bay, Black
Creek, center Ridge, Alaqua, Piney
Grove, Mossy Head, First Church,
Deauniak Springs, Wesley Memor-
ial, Church, DeFuniak Springs, Free-
port,-Portland, W. H. Venters Me-
morial, Ponce de Leon, Darlington
and Otter Creek.
On October 24, the Gufl-Calhoun
Sub-District Quarterly Conferences
will be held at the.First Method'sc
Church, Wewahi'tchka, at 7:00 p.m.
Churches in this -Sub-District tn-
clude:- Altha, Blountstown, Honey-
rille, Port. St. Joe. First Church.
Highland View, Mexico Beach, Ov-
erstreet,' Williams Memorial, Red
Oai and Wewahitchta First
Annual District Conference
The Annual District Conference
oY 'the Marianna District of the
Alaibama-West Florida 'Oonference
of The Methodist Church 'will be
held at Lynn Haven, on November
1, 1960, beginning at 9:30 a'an. Del-
egates elected iby the 75 churches
on this District -will attend this
DO YOU LIKE
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You and your friends can now
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Plan now to enjoy an evening
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Sat. & Sun. 1 P.M. to 12 MN.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1960
District Confreence. More than 200
are expected to attend and hear
-representatives from the various
correctional instiuttions present
The business of the District -Con-
terenae will be concluded by 12:30
p.m., and the delegates will be free
to return home for hunch.
The Marianna District at The
Methodist Church includes the 'fol-
lowing seven counties in West Flor-
Ida: Gult, Oalhoun, Bay, Washing-
ton, Jackson, Holmes and Waltoi.
District Headquarters is located at
(present in Marianna.
St. Joe Named
By GEORGE DUREN
The Port St. Joe High ;School
Student Council delegates 'attended
the annual convention of the Stu-
dent Councils in District One. Choc-
tawhatohee High School was the
host of the convention held -Satur-
day, October 8.
The purpose. of the convention
was 'to elect officers for the com-
ing year. Port St. Joe was elected
President with -no opposition.
Bay High School was elected-
Vice-President over Marianna.
Madison High School was elected,
Secretary and will be the host for
the convention next year.
The program in brief consisted,
of: general assembly, tour of Hurl-
but Air Force Base, lunch at the
school cafeteria, divided into dis-
cussions groups and,' business ses-
sion after the discussion groups.
The delegates who attended the
convention, from Port -St. Joe were:
Bob Munn, Bob Kerrigan, Richard'
Thompson, Baxter Underwood, Bo
Williams and James Moore, ad'l-
PRICE COMPARISON CHART
hies stait reds of dollars below last year
1. =EICUIY Priced right intheheart
METUI sI of the low-price field.
2. MCUI Priced to compete
EE! S with the top series of
SI yth1e low-price field.
3. KUMRCr Finest, most luxurious
UUTlERET of eU 1961 Mercurys.
Small Birth Defect Victim Is
A 'Prop' As Mother Lectures
Kathy Houle, of Mt. Clemens,
Mich., a pretty blue-eyed bru-
nette "going on five," poses
today with perfect self-com-
mand as her schoolteacher
mother lectures on the heart-
breaking topic of birth defects.
Kathy doesn't mind being one
of her mother's lecture "props."
Mother and daughter are dedi-
cated to the proposition that. .'.
since 250,000 infants are born ., "
yearly with significant birth
defects-and 34,000 babies an-
nually are stillborn or die
within the first month because
of birth defects-the mere
widely the subject is discussed,
the healthier for the nation.
The National Foundation,
which financed the develop-
ment of both the Salk and
Sabin polio vaccines, is now
supporting research and patient
care for birth defects and ar- .
thritis through the New March '
Kathy has ample reason for -
her devotion to the cause em-
braced by her mother and her-
self. The child was born with
the forbidding birth defects of
an open spine and excess fluid
on the brain. When only weeks
old, Kathy underwent major Mrs. Hi
surgery three times.
Doctors told the parents:
"Enjoy the baby while you can. on our lec
She may not be with you for we describe
long." defects as
It was a miracle that Kathy excess fluii
survived. But since; she did, and other
both the child and her grateful fects are
mother, Mrs. William W. Houle, childhood
a Michigan grade school teach- the Unitec
er, want to shed light on this "Then,
often "taboo" subject. they rare]
"Tens of thousands of moth- a second,
ers are mistakenly ashanied of cause birt
having given birth to a mal- ways her
formed infant," Mrs. Houle Kathy and
says. "Tragically, many parents small fry,
hide these innocent children persuading
avway from public view-in- to shun h
stead of seeking medical ad- which wit
vice and therapy, they ofter
"When Kathy and I set out afraid of
oule and daughter Kathy lecture-to audience of
children and adults.
:ture tours to adults,
be in detail such birth
an open spine and
d on the brain. These
such major birth de-
the largest unmet
medical problem in
d States today.
we tell parents that
ly need fear having.
defective child be-
th defects are not al-
reditary. But when
d I talk to groups of
we ,concentrate on
g the youngsters not
h thoughtless cruelty
do. And not to be
The Houle-Kathy lecture
"circuit" includes parent-teach-
er groups, and associations of
school principals. The audience
for this unique mother-and-
daughter team is expanding.
They can't fill all the requests
Kathy, described by her.doc-
tors as "strong and healthy to-
day" despite a bladder involv-
ment due to the spinal defect,
gets around nimbly on her
crutches and leg braces. She
has all the traits of any normal
child of her age and is devoted
to her two collies, to her ador-
ing brother Douglas, seven, and
to her dolls, in that eccentric
Costs less to buy! Far greater value Mercury prices are far lower this
year, but just look at these extra values: The first low-price car with a fine-car
ride-only one with new Cushion-Link suspension.* Even roomier than 1960
* More soundproofing than any other low-price car. Trimmer, more convenient size.
New 1-year or 12,000-mile warranty! Your Mercury dealer is extending
his warranty on all 1961 Mercurys to one full year or 12,000 miles, whichever
comes first. See him for full information. He will be glad to show you a eopy of
his new warranty. Here's real proof of Mercury quality and reliability.
Costs less to drive! New Super-Economy engines 7 self-servicing
features! Engines include Mercury's first "6" plus new V-8's that use regular
gas-deliver up to 15% more gas mileage. Self-protecting anti-rust-treated body.
* Special Super-Enamel finish never needs waxing. Mufflers are aluminized for
more than double the life. Brakes are self-adjusting. You can drive 4,000 miles
between oil changes; Chassis is pre-lubricated for
fist 30,000 miles.* Spark plugs are self-cleaning. Stop 1961 MERCURY
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Exclusive an all Metor 00, Motereys, and Mercury statimo wagon
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Enter the Mercury-Comet Sweepstakes today! See your Mercury dealer. Sweepstakes ends Oct. 31.
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ST. JOE MOTOR CO.
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
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Listed bel ow is a new slate of ley R. Ramsey.
,.,ificers for. h-e WVoeman', ),issiun- G. A. Counsellors: Nine and
ary ,tnionpf tthei Ldi6g A'.'.-nue Bap-iyear olds, Mrs. W. P. Dockery;
St'st QhAirt- isatnt, Mrs. Oliff Robbins. Ele
.. President, Mrs. 31 -L. Br r., vice- and 12 year olds, Mrs. J. 0. Og
presidentn, Mrs. J. C. OdJu: ,secre- assistant, Mrs. Keith Ward. In
Lary and treasurer, Mrs. V.' J. Fer- nmediarte G. A., Mrs. J. A. Alligo
rell; G A director. Mr-. H. F. Bar- assistant, Mrs. Clyde White.
i'bee; Sunbeam director, Mrs. WeS-' ..'Sunbeam leademn: Beginne
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Y.i u.y can, choose., .. and they become more pre-
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What A TV Set Cost 25 Years Ago
If someonee coniplains that a television set costs
more today than it did 25 years ago, you'd lift an
eyebrow. A quarter-century back, there were no
television sets to be had -- at any price. The
same logic applies to the statement that "prescrip-
tions cost more today than they used to cost." The
drugs you now get didn't even exist until recent
years. So the benefits these drugs bring the
rapid cures, the lives saved could not be bought
at any price. That's why we say .
Today's Prescription Is the Biggest Bargain In History
2;6 Reld Ave. Phone BAIl 7-5111
.. "' tudy t 'hathama,Mrs. Russell
Goolsby; stewirdship chairman,I
St Circle M eeti gsMrs. Tom Ford; prayer chairman,
SMrs. Dany Maddox; children's
S home chairman, Mrs. Tony Peter-
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1960 man; social chairman, Mrs. Joe
Fortner; flower charinan, Mrs. Da-
ten Mrs. Frank Poole; assistant, Mrs. enlistment chairman, M is. J. vid Jenkins; secretary, Mrs. Dos
as- John Core. Six and seven year olds, Wayne Hnedrix; commnuniyt mis- Laird; publicity chairman, Mrs.
lTe Mrs. Grady Player. Eight year olds sons chairman, Mrs. T. D. Hutch- Bob McKnight; treasurer, Mrs.
1ter- Mrs. Lamar Hill. 'ins; program chairman, Mrs. T."J. Olyde White. Other members, Mrs,
Chairmen 1of committees: Enlist- Braxton; mission study chairman, Roy Hellea, Mrs, Theo John-son.
od; ment, Mrs, J. Odum; prayer, Mrs. W. J. Ferrell; flower chair-
Mrs. J. E. McLeod; mission study, man, Mrs.-H. L. Ford; secretary NEWS FROM
Mrs. Durel Brigman; community and publicity chairman, Mrs, C. H. i*l
missions, Mrs. T. D. Hutchins; imicKnight; children's home chair- i Vi
0 stewardship, Mrs. Gene Fowler; man, Mrs. H. L. Ford; social chair- By BETTY CREAMER
,program, Mrs. T. J. Braxton; social, man, Mrs. T. J. Braxton; steward-
Mrs. A. P. Jackson; flower, Mrs. slip .chairman, Mrs. L. B. Nichols. Rev. Charles H. Harthen, W. C.
George Cooper; children's home, Other members, Mrs. H. F. Hall, Miles, John Pollock, Mr. 'and Mrs.
Mrs. H. L. Ford; publicity, Mrs. C. Mrs. Raymond Hardy. Raymond Burrows, Mrs. Mae Crea-
H. McKnight. Circle No. 3 mer, Mrs. Ruby Gordon, Mrs. Vesta
WMS CIRCLES Chairman, Mrs. J. 0. Ogle; 'en- Shearin and Betty Tharpe attended
Circle No. 1 listment chairman, Mrs. J: A. Alli- the funeral Wednesday of James
Chairman, Mrs. W. D. Sykes; en- good; community missions chair- T. Mancil in the Isgora Ohurch in
listment chairman, Mrs. J. C. anan, Mrs. Keith Ward; ,program northwest Holmes County.
Odum; community missions chair- chairman Mrs. 3. A. Alligood; mis- Mr. and Mrs.. Homer Patterson
man, Mrs. George Cooper; program sion study chairman, Mrs. A. P. and family: of Ohipley visited Mrs.
chairman, Mrs. J. 0. Lucas; p is- Jackson; 'stewardship chairman, Walter Armstrong and family ,Sun-
sion study chairman, Mrs. Durel Mrs. H. F. Barbee; prayer chair- day.
Brigman; flower 'chairs. m M an Mrs. H. F. Babee; secretary, fMrs.. rdon Adam
George Cooper; .secretary and pun- Mrs. H. Y. Zipperer;' publicity will regret to learn she is 'a patient
e.city chairman, Mrs. Ralph Ward; haman, Mrs H B. Lews; chil- the Municipal Hospital 'this
children's ,home chairman, Mrs. R. dren's home ,chairman, Mrs. George week. We wish her a speedy re-
.H. Marshall; other members: Mrs. MAcLawhon; social chairman, Mrs. cover
C. E. Musselwhite and Mrs. Cliff ,J k on;ffower chairman Mis Mary Cox tb visltint her
Robbins. family for a few days. She is doing I
Circle No. 2 Circle No. 4 home mission wonk among children
Chairman, Mrs. L. W. Porter; Chairman, Mrs. Wseley R. Ram- in ithe Castlebeiry, Ala., iand nor.th-
..__ 11 1.1 sey; community m.issilons 'chair- west Florida 'area.
man, Mrs. K. K. Bateman; mission Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peak and aim-
study chairman, Mrs. 3. C. Tra- ily visited, friends and relatives in
James" Gemse 'week; stewardship chairman, Mrs. Holmes 'County during the week
M. H. Conger; prayer chairman, end.
Mrs. L. E. Voss; program chairman Mrs. Harold Donman and chil-
< k I Mrs. L. E. Voss; secretary and puib-. d-en and Mrs. Erlehe Davis and
licity chairman, Mrs. T. M. Watts; daughter, Rolbie visited their par-
flower 'chairman, Mrs. Wesley R. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whitting-
S- Ramsey. Other members, Mrs. W. ton Sunday.
'J. Hinote, Mrs. B. D. Barlow, Miss Mr. and Mrs. George .lgimonsm
.1A f ,_jN Mable Williams, Mrs. Timothy
SCircle No. Don't Throw Away
Mg Chairman, Mrs. N. G. Martin; en-row Aw
listment chairman, Mrs. J. W. Your Old Furniture
Sore; community. missions chair- LET US
man, Mrs. Early Weeks; [program
chair-man, Mrs. J. W. Core; mis- Re**upholster
YOlJ SAVE MER. I'M GOING TO sion study chairman, Mrs. Lamar your faded, torn and worn
Hill; stewardship chairman, Mrs. *
SMrs. J. E. McLeod; secretary and Reds Trim Shop
At the Bus Station publicist chairman, Mrs. J. D.
Cl.ark; children's home 'chairman, Corner Second and Reld
SHRIMP BOXES chairman, Mrs. Fred 'Perry; flower
chairman, Mrs. Gene Fowler. Other
CHICKEN BOXES members, Mrs. W. H. Howell. FISH BAIT
Circle No. 6
FISH BOXES Chairman, Miss Alma Baggett; and TACKLE
enlistment chairman, Mrs. S. F.
PHONE BAIl 7-5431 Tarrzantino, community missions EARTH WORMS
Phone B /li 7-54r I chairman, Mrs. Cecil Harrison; CRICKETS
Phone your urder In and It program chairman, Mrs. B. A. Coll-
will be ready when you arrive. ier and Mrs. Charle 'MrsBall; mls- RED WORMS
ier and Mrs. harles Marshall; ms-- Drinks
HERE! THE GEA
S H W 0ON WO RT I i
T. W. DAVIS
Worship With Us
CHURCH of the
Corner Long Ave. & Niles Rd.
Sunday School -. 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Serv. ...-- 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday ..... --7:30 p.m.
and Mrs. Mae Creamar and daugh- day.
ter Betty 'visited the R. V. Howell Miss Datthrice Keel, who iA at-
family in Parker Sunday. tending FSU in Tallahassee visited
'Mrs. Joe Daughtry and children her mother and family during the
of Tallahassee were the week end' week end.
gusets of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. V. Cannington. SHOP AT HOME
Mrs. Mary Lou Stripling was vis-
iting Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kelly Sun- Advertising Pays Try It And See
THE CHURCH OF GOD
of Highland View
-- WELCOMES YOU -
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday)
Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
John C. Carmichael, Pastor
Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:15 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.
I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corne.- Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION --- -_ 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) -..-- 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
Sunday School ----.- 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship --- ---- 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship --- 7:45 P.M.
Prayer Service (Thursday) -----7:45 P.M.
Air Conditioned for your Comfort
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
1W TYUSEABLEIVEABLE.I KEABLE CAR EVER LT SIXTY-NE 1.CHEVY
S hevralet.1as fewer inches on the outside this year. (Which you'll appreciate every time Vyou park) But a whole new
nm'asure of inside comfort and convenience from bigger door openings to more foot room in the rear. Seats are as
much as f4% higher to give you greater comfort and a good command of the road. While out back, that low-loading
luggage compartment is a regular storeroom on wheels. Now at your Chevrolet dealer's!
* Prcc:ing big-car comfort at small-car prices *
S'61 CHEVY BISCAYNE 6
.. Ahe lowest priced full-sized Chevrolet! *
, You get a full measure of Chevrolet quality and *
roominess priced right down with many cars that
givp you a lot les *
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S ; : Biscayne 2-Door Sedan with Body by Fisher.
.-. ..-Sw'She new Chevrolet cars, Chevy Corvairs, and the new Corvette at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's
FLOYD CHEVROLET COMPANY
40 I~~ ~ Av -P r......F oIdIII III-----
is furnished to citizens of Port St. Joe four times weekly by Harden's Dairy --
Gulf County's only producing dairy -- Harden's distributes those famous Bor-
den's Dairy Products -- Borden's are producers
of the highest quality, good taste, and guaranteed pure. While milk is our main
product we can furnish you many other dairy products. Delivery of these
'o the housewife planning three meals a day. And every meal should include
a dairy product for good health. Give us a call for this convenient service.
Borden's Dairy Products
Phone-Collect At Wewahitchka, NEwton 9-2421
FRESH EGGS MILK COTTAGE CHEESE
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
TRAINING UNION 7:30
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) -..-. 7:30
"Come and Worship God With Us"
Port St. Joe,
101 -Williams Ave.,
Given FREE with every purchase
TOP VALUE STAMPS
TO EACH CUSTOMER
With The Purchase of the Following
T. V. STAMPS
2 Pkgs. Riceland -- 3 Lb. Size
R IC E worth 50
2 Pkgs. -- One-Half Lb. Size
T E A worth 50
2 Jars Instant -- 6 Oz. Size
C 0 FFEE worth 50
1 Bottle Johnson Stride -- 26 Oz.
WAX worth 50
2 4-Roll Pkgs. Sunset (with wash cloth)
TISSUE worth 50
2 Pkgs. China Doll Blackeye -- 2 Lb. Bag
PEAS worth 50
2 Lbs. IGA Pure Pork
No. 10 Jug Armour's
COOKING OIL worth 50
5 Lbs. Sungold
2 Ga. Grade A Whole
24 Lbs. and up
ARMOUR STAR SMOKED TENDERIZED WHOLE
D i f^ mPAK
P-^^ lc ^ HNHlclHK
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POT A I L
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SWIFT'S or BAKE-RITE
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tHi4ft I'Aft, ort 6t. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 10606 Therapy Chairman, Mrs. Ohmuncey
Costing, .to bring Christmas gifts to
,, ,the November meeting to be sent
Azale aCircle Discusses Activities totheiboys.at.th l trial
rSchool in Marianna at Christmas
For November and Prepares for Yule m.aierman 4. OrU B-
Smith, that now is the time to pre-.
The Azalea Circle of -the Port St. terence, Gulf Beach Garden Oen- pare beds for roses.
Joe Garden Clulb met on October ter. The program on "Dried FloyIers
13 at 3- '). p.m. in the home of Mrs. November 17, Christmas arrange- With A Fresh Look 'was given Iby
ohaunci. Cos;in with Mrs. A. S. ments by Mrs. Blanchard of Pensa- Mrs. Carl Armstrong, assisted ,by
chason '-. .o-hostess. cola at the Panama City Garden Mrs. Charles Brown. An interest-
Mrs. Fennon Talley, chairman. Center. ing hogarth curve arrangement in
presided at ,the meeting, which Novemaber 22, Work Shop at (Par- tones of orange and; brown, and' a
Vas attended iby 13 members au. ish House, 10:00 til 2:00. Azalea crescent arrangement usaig a mal-
a *visitor, Mrs. Rutih Kerr. The at- and Gladiolus Circles. lard duck decoy as a container for
mention of the group was called to Mrs. Thomas Moon, Garden Chub purple and' pink dried material was
the many activities or the month President, urged all members to used to show what can be done
of November, namely; make a special effort to attend the. with the material that can be found;
November 2, Fall District Meet- General Meeting on Novemiber 3 as along our highways and. byways.
ing Luncheon in Panama City. this will ibe an exchange of Chriet- and dried in a dark closet to retain
- November 3, General meeting, as ideas program, also tlhe work its color.
Parish House. Christmas arrange- shop on Novemlbre 22 and bring An arrangement in an antique
maents with Mrs. J. C. Arbogast in containers, frogs and- material to container Iby Mrs. Charles Brown
charge. contained the October flower with
November 10: Conservation con- Members were requested by the a dleicate white bloom which was
intrauced to Franklin County by
Charter No. 14902 Reserve District No. 6 Dr. Chapman, Botanist. It has grad-
--- REPORT OF CONDITION OF ally spread to our county. Mrs.
THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK OF PORT ST..JOE -
IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AT THE CLOSE ,OF BUSINESS ON Albogast exhibited a dried ar-
OCTOBER 3, 1960 PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO CALL MADE BY rangement in. a very interesting
OOMPTROLLER OF THE CUR4ENCY, UNDER SECTION 5211, U. copper 'lustre antique container.
REVISED STATUTES The hostess, Mrs. Oostli, made up
1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, a very attractive and colorful var-
and cash items in process of collection 767,680.83 rangement using flowerssaidn druit.
2. United' States Government obligations, direct and
3. Obligations of States and pollcal subdiisions 532,270.52 LETTERS TO
4. Corporate stocks (including $6,750.00 stock of T
Federal Reserve ,bank) 6,750.00
5. Loans and discounts (including $176.73 overdrafts) 1,135,600.95 EDITOR
6. Bank premises owned, $72,938.06, furniture and -E
tixh res $16,020.65 88,958.71
7. Other assets 3f,021.80 Wesley Ranmsey, Dditor
8. Total Assets 3,988,525.61 The Star
Port St. Joe? florida
LIABILITI ES Dear Mr. 2lanmye,.
9. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, 'and-n bea of th ure eahers
corpOTatioMi 2.2,495,823.24 Onbealf of the Future Teachers
10. TIme- ,deposits of individuals, partnerships, and of America Club of (Port ,St. Joe
corporations 241,180.65 High ,Schopl, I should like to
11. Deposits ef United States Government (including thank you for the time, effort, and
postal savings) 323,456.1,7'
12. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 285,582.55 ne paer space you have given
13. Deposits of ibanksi 69,631.29 in support of our fund raising pro-
14. Other deposits (certified and cashier's checks, eo )' -- 7,389.82 ject, the sponsoring of the movie,
15. Total Deposits $3,423,064.12 "The Fall of the House of Usher".
16. BiftI1payablfe, rediscounts, and other liabilities Without aid, our prJect
for -borrowed- money 110,000.00 itout aidour jc
17. Other ,li-abilities 11,991.36 could- not have been nearly so suio-
18. Total Liabilities 3,545,055.48 It is always heartwarming to -see
CAPITAL ACCO UN T:S a person who gives willingly to the
19. Capital Stock: activities of our young people.
(a) Common stock, total par $25.00 200,000.00 Sincerely,
20. 'Surplus 125,oo000.00 MARGAR B S,
21. Undivided' profits 52,058.34 M ET BregSo r
29 2 .a,.a-rsrves f.'nA reti'r.en-,n-ntt ancconnt+fo r nnfrin7 p. l.. Sonwsr
23. Total Capital Accounts 443,470.13
24. 'Total Liabilities ,and.Oapital Accounts 3?83,525.61
MEMO R-A N DA
25. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and,
for other purposes 1,088,461.55
I, Walter C. Dodson,. Cashier of the albove-named bank, do -soltemtly
swear that the above statement is true -to thie best of my "knowl-edge
and belief. WALTER C. DODSON, Cashier.
S. L. BARKE
R. H. McINTOSH Directors
J. L. SHARIT
State of Florida, County of Gulf,s es:
Sworn to and subscribed Ibefore ane this 17 dly 'of Oetaber, 1960.;
and I .hereby certify that I ,aim not an officer or director of this,
VERNA M. SMITH, Notary Public, State of Florida at large.
My commission expires April 20, 1962.
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we've trimmed body width, more weight is balanced directly
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Corner of Second St. and Monument Ave.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1960
- The Touch of Fall
Deftly tailored to the new
season's dictates, this 3-button
Curlee model carries the crisp
feeling of fall or winter
afternoons. Come in and see
what wonderful things happen
to your appearance and
outlook when you slip it on.
Many othe;- new Curfee clothes
are now in stock. Why not
make an early selection?
Men and Boys Wear
Outfitters for Dads and Lads
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *
FOR RENT: Gulf Seryice Staton. FOR RENT: Furlhished cottage at
Apply at St Joe Motor Co. Port St. Joe Beach. Reasonable rent.
St. Joe, Fla. tfc-4-14 See Tde Frary or call 7-7461. 2tp
Advertising Pays Try It And See
Advertlino Doesn'f Cost it PAYS
FOR RENT: One ad .two bedroomm
attractively furnished apart-
ments. Cool In summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window tans.
They have to be seen to be appre-
ciated. Also nice Trailer parking
v.ace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi-
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail-
er Park, White City. tfc-6-2
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom audnrnish-
ed apartment, upstaxes. Water
furnished. $35.00 mo. Phone 7-8642,
inquire at 1904 Garrison Ave. tfe
FOR RENT: 3 unfurnished houses
at St. Joe Beach. 1 3-bedroom
and 2 2-bedroom. See L W. Duren
or phone 7-3171 or 7-5511. tfc-8-12
FOR RENT: Downstairs apartment
tarnished. 1505 Monument Ave.
Phone 7-5771. tfe-9-15
FOR RENT: 2 'bedroom houses or
apartments. Furnished or unfur-
nished'. Call 7-3321 days or 9-1481
at night. Mrs. Shirey. tfc-10-6
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Call 7-4511 or 9-9521. .tfc-10-13
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
I iment. Close 'to school. Call 7-4261
Ior 7-4481 t.fc-10-13
FOR SALE: Westinghouse electric
range. Good condition. (Phone
FOR SALE: Furniture and ap.pli-
,ances. Reasonable. Robert L.
Pitts, 224 Sixth Street. Itc
FOR SALE: Horse, wagon and
plow tools, $150. See A. W. Mur-
phy, Oak Grove. 2tp-10-13
A new three bedroom, concrete
block house with large .screened
porch, carport 'and 'deep well on 75'
by 150' lot at St. Joe Beach. Priced
ror quick sale at only $10,000.00
A large three bderoom, two bath
home with central *air conditioning
and' heat, oak floors. This spacious
house is located on Constitution
Drive overlooking St. Joseph Bay.
FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY
221 Reid Ave. Phone BAII 7-3491
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at
1710 Panlm Blvd. Two years old.
Living room drapes, garbage dis-
posal included. Oall BAll 7-2311.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom concrete
block 'house. Large Florida room.
Call Bruce Dwiggins, BAl 7-2296.
615 Marvin Ave.
'tHE 4BA~, ObftSt -Jo, PkI
ENJOY UNPOLLUTED AIR
New 2 bedroom home, 1V2
baths;' many custom extras;
$9,875;4' small down, balance
$75 month. See pink house in
Ri __ico 12eaco owner n.xt
OR SALE: 2 bedroomm hoett, iS08
Long Ave. Garage with large
utility room. Phice $7,000.00. Phone
FOR SALE: Electric concrete mix-
er at Mexico Beach. $65.00. Ph.
FOR SALE: Sofa (bed and match-
ing chair. First good offer takes
it. Phone 7-8896 after 5 pjm. 3tp10-6
CHAIN LINK FENCE: For free
estimate call C. W. Long. BAll
Mexico Beach, owner next
door. Grade avwerage- of 0 or above;
courteous at 'all times;-~takes active
PLASTERING, new work and patch interestt in school affairs; takes
work. Sheet rock finishing and' active interest n.ine community af-
,,m'all concrete jobs. 906 10th St, fairs; cooperative at all times;
or phone 7-2516. 4tp-10-f '
shows initiative; respects rights of
EXPERIENCED BABY SITTER: others; abides by rules and. regula-
Day or night. Have no tranpor-tio t by choo and
nation. Call 7-8576. ltp
community; tolerant of ideas and
CHRISTMAS GIFTS: See the ex- philosophies that are contrary to
nlipil t Avnrffi idt a4 Mrs. T,
celenL Avon ig(tt i'1ieas. sirs. j.
Z. Henderson, Avon representative,'
phone 7-3014. 3tc-10-20
Investor has some funds to
buy several 1st deeds of trust
FOR SALE at suitable discount. write '.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished 320 acres of woodland. 4 miles O. Box 124, Mexico Beach.
house, 311 Woodward. Screened South of Wewahitchka. Planted
back porch, jalousie front porch with pines, 3 years old. Priced for
-and carport. See Jack Hammock good investment. GOVERNMENT
at Palace Barber Shop or phone -3 acres of waterfront property
7-4486. -tct-10-20 located on Creek that flows into SU RPLUS SALES
Ideal for fish camp or retirement NOW anyone can buy DIRECT
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish- home. from U. S. GOVERNMENT SUR-
ed house at 110 Hunter Circle. -10 lots at St. Joe Beach in one PLUS DEPOTS, 'by mail for your-
Phone 7-2541. tfc-10-20 block. Priced for good investment, self or for resale. Cameras, binoc-.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. -Nice home located on Hunter ulars, cars, jeeps, trucks, boats,
Aults only.al 7-4511 or 9-9521 Circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 'bath, deep hardware, office machines and
Adlwells only. puall 7-4511 or 9-9521. mp, situated on 2 lots. 6 equipment, tents, tool 'and tens-
'FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal- of-thousands of other items at a
'apartment, private bath. Prefer lance on VA mortgage at $57.00 fraction of their original cost.
young man who does day work or per month. Many items 'brand new. For list
two ladies who would like to share 3 bedroom house at Ward, Ridge. of hundreds of U. S. Government
room. See Mrs. Stella Farris, cor- Na'eely new, priced to sell. Surplus Dpeots, located in every
ner 6th .St. and Woodward Ave. New three 'bedroom rouse in State and overseas with pamphlet
Wewahitchka. Adjoining school "How Government Can Ship Direct
FOR RENT: Furnished' one bed- property. Pay owner's equity. To You," plus procedures, HOW
room cottage. Living room, din- THE PRIDGEON AGENCY TO BUY and how to get FREE
ette-kitchen combined ,and bath. 3C1 Williams Ave. Port St. J'e SURPLUS, mail $2.00 to SURPLUS
Four miles from Port St. Joe on -- 'SALES INFORMATION SERVICES
Hiway 30. Phone Presnell 'at 7-5065. FOR SALE: Large 3 bedroom Box No. 1818, Wash 13, D. C. tf
house. Ideal location. 2 years
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house in old, air conditioned. 1501 Monumentt FOR SALE: "Vagabond" 23' 6"
Oaik Grove. $35.00 month. Phone Ave. (corner 15ht and Monument) cabin cruiser, sleeps 4. Chrysler
7-4911. ltp Phione BAll 7-3636 or 7-5771. |marine. B. Roy Gibson, BAll 7-5771.
THAMES JEWELRY ANNUAL
SALE STARTS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21
Gents and Boys
Reg. Price $11.30 up
Now 2 Price
Ladies and Girls
Reg. Price $4.52 up
Reg. Price $16.95 and up
PRINCESS and DINNER RINGS
NOW /3 and 2 OFF
DIAMONDS /Ysto 1 off
Reg. Priced at $39.95 and up
32-Pc. Set Glasses FREE with tlhs
PICNIC JUGS $1.00
TV LAMPS $1.00
SALT and PEPPER Tax Inc.
eUAVED 1 T$7C
Beautiful Gold Filled Ladles
Reg. $16.95 up 1/ off
NOW /2 OTT
For All Ages
Reg. $4.95 up / off
NOW 4 O
nMA M 11'" 0 I Pearl Necklaces
Sliverplate tax Inc. Reg. $10.00 up ff
BREAD TRAYS $1.75 NOW '/3 Off
Merchandise On Sale May Be
Put On Lay-Away Until .
Ladies and Gents
Reg. / Off
$2.95 up /3 off
5 Piece Set
Reg. $3.39 up
Now 1/4 off
/4 and '2 off
53 Piece Sets
Thames Jewelry Co.
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
317 Reid Avenue
his 'own belief (open mind); car-
ries out assignments promptly and
the best of his ability; reflects
with credit the school and' com-
munity; attitude conducive to good
citizenship; considers consequences
of choice and' action; should ,be a
Candidates from the Senior High
were Fred Joines, Linda Roberts
and Carolyn Starling.
Fred Joines received the honors.
He is a junior, a member of the
senior band, senior honor society,
and -he is ,the president of his home
room which includes him inn the
Junior Cl0ass executive committee.
Candidates from the Junior High
were Jimmy Goodman, Jake Belin
and Ellis Stevens.
Jimmy Goodmana received the
honor. He is in the senior ,band,
and on 'the junior high football
These two students may well be
proud' of their achlyeementa.
Visitors From Blountstown
Mr. and Mrs. Oren COlernents and
Mrs. J. J. Clements of Blountstown,
were business visitors in our city
ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners
and floor poliahers. Sales and
service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Mc-
Clellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone
BA-l 7-3781 to-,
FOR YOUR WATKINS Produtos
needs call 9-1195 or write W. L.
Burkett, Box 48S, Port St. Joe.
EPTIC TANKS, qumed out. Gall
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
tuick expert service. tte
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED In
saving money see us for anything
you need in your hbome. STOP and
FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
with 65 6 p motor. Sleeps two,
head, galley, 41200.00. See B. Roy
Gibson or call BAll 7-6771.
..AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your 'lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERIOAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Thursday nights
8:00 'p.m., American Legion Home.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 7:30 p.m in American
.eigon Hall, All. members urged .0
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon
Secretary: Theo Bishop
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
l., 2nd and th Mondays. All visit.
mg brothers welcome.
David H. Jones, High Priest.
Joel Lovett, Seeretary
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M.
POPE FENDLEY, SBe
All Master Masons cordially Invited
A giant, mpney-seving plan
that combines iMe benefits
of 5 standard policies in
1 convenient package.
Get details from ....
116 Mon. Ave. Phone 7-4051
PortSt,. Joe, Florida
%IV '. ..%% %L
Citizen of Month
By GEORGE DUREN
The Student Council of the Port
'St. Joe 4High School bhaa for several
years sponsored, a Citizen of the
There Is a Citizen of the Month
elected from the Junior and 'Senior
IIigh Schools. The faculty first. nom-
inates six -candidates, three from
the JunIor High and three from the
Senior High. They are then 'voted
in fby the student body. Such quali-
fications 'as these are required:
Dear Friends and Voters:
BOYLES CAMPAIGN WAGON ROLLS
INTO ITS THIRD BIG WEEK
With Thousands of Customers Voting in Our Greatest
Value Crusade A Great Victory for Cash Selling!
Check The New Candidates Below.
On the Ballot this week end ...
For women, boys and girls ...
New Campaign Pricel
Misses sizes 12 to 3. Women's
sizes, 4 to 10.
ONE SPECIAL GROUP
U. S. Kedettes
Reduced to $3.00
Others up to $4.95
Men's and Boys'
Boys, 21/2 to 6
Men's, 6/2 to 12
Durable Compo soles for school,
work, dress or play. Black and
Be sure to see the new Chukker
or lace boots for men and boys.
$2.95 to $9.95
W ---- % W
REMEMBER: The World's largest shoe manufactur-
er makes BOYLES Rand and Randcraft shoes for men and boys,
Trim Tred, Smart Set and Helter Skelters for misses and women.
Star Brand, Poll Parrot and Scamperoos for boys and girls. Check
our complete Fall lines today.
n- w.- a
Attention Quality and
Style Conscious Ladies
A Thrill Feature
GROUP of BETTER
Values up to $10.95
Campaign Priced At
New cottons and fall blend fab-
rla by Jolly Junior, Doris Dod-
son, Peg Palmer and Mynettes.
SAVE ONE-THIRD TODAY
A smacking Kisser Campaign
Value for Baby.
First quality sanitary packaged
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
only. See our new Infants depart-
ment and toddlers. Pleasing,
quality waerables, low priced
. . . . .. .
Now a thrifty Fall Campaign tip to honest, hardworking
men: Work suit, 3 days only $4.69 Yes, pants and shirt for
this low price The pants are genuine Stevens sanforized
twill. Shirts, tough, full cut drill. Colors are khaki or grey. Hea-
vier quality Work Suits in green, $6.69 Remember, the cele-
brated LEE WORK CLOTHES are always available at BOYLES.
Our Cash Prices are lower on Overalls, Dungarees, Lee Riders,
Fine Chetopa Twill Pants and Shirts, Work Caps and Gloves.
Try the Bestl
MEN: The new Wright Hats for Fall are here New
Fall Campaign Suits and Sport Coats for men and boys .
BOYLES Cash Prices are unbeatable and almost unbelievable.
Fine Suburban Coats and Jackets by Happ are creating a real
buying fever New SPORT SHIRTS by Van Heusen and Tu-
lane have real masculine appeal (feminines admire) Yes, men
who appreciate style, quality, plus value are voting for BOYLES
Now, for a minute of Lighter Tattle: It's a fact: Earline
Snell, a saleslady who loves her work in Boyles Ready-to-wear De-
partment sold herself a pair of dress shoes for a special occasion
. BOTH FOR THE SAME FOOT! Must have had her mind
on a Betty Rose Suit or Coat. Please don't mention this rub-in
to her She'd be still madder! We missed Gladys Gill (Boyles
Lingerie and Hosiery Departments) last week. She and husband
Charlie had a vacation trip. Esther Taylor, Guy Middleton's able
assistant and Boyle's Nine Department saleslady is a good car-
penter and painter also. Someone put up a sign in my office
that reads: "I'M THE BRAINS OF THIS OUTFIT but my wife
is the Boss". Now, wonder who did that? Anyway, it's still
hanging A salesman at a village store was trying to persuade
a farmer to buy a bicycle. "I'd rather spend my money on a
cow," he said. "But think," insisted the salesman, "what a fool
you'd look like riding about on a cow". "Not half such a fool as
I'd look trying to milk a bicycle," answered the farmer. Think
this a good one to stop on, don't you? Anyway, friends, won't
you turn your radio dial to WJOE at 8 and 9 a.m. Monday through
Friday Boyles brings you informative and valuable MER-
CHANDISE NEWS direct from the store by a three person
broadcast. Thanks, and bless your heart! --RGB
53-pc. Set Ovenproof
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Published by f
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
PHONE BALL 7-4261
222 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, FLA. .
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner .
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL BOYLES
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
ESTHER .TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS JIMMY STEPHENS
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
EARLINE SNELL ___ Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
GUY N. MIDDLETON .---..--- Men's and BOys' Wear and Shoes
. W W W '^ V. %W *W.%
Drive-In Window Service
Buzzetff's Drug Store
317 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
State Cancer Group
Picks New Pres.
At the recent annual conference
of the Florida Division of the Amer-
ican Cancer Society, held at Ft.
Lauderdale, it was announced :hat
Dr. Earl E. Wilkison of Tallahassee
would ,be the voluntary state pr-si-
dent of the organization for the
coming year. He succeeds Dr. Jo-
seph J. Zavertaik of Miami, who
has served as president for the past
It was also announced that the
1960 educational and fund-raising
Cancer Crusade had been success-
ti reaching an all-time high record
of $821,031 in voluntary eontribau-
The new president, Dr. Wilkison
said, "This needed fund now estab-
lished will again assure that the
state of Florida will be provided
continued programs of public edu-
cationu research and patient ser-
vices to help save lives of our citi-
The goal set for the 1961 Cancer
Orusade will be $825,000, an ap-
proximate three percent increase
to help meet thp needs of an in-
Well qualified speakers from
outstanding colleges and research
foundations informed the delegates
that every avenue is being thor-
oughly -explored' in the quest of the
cancer cure. Prisoners in several
state institutions are volunteering
so that tests formerly anade on ani-
mal's can (be better evaluated Iby
the 'use of the human body.
It wa's mentioned that some can-
cers ,in the human body are mys-
teriously curing themselves. A
'timely 'article on this subject may
be read in the No.vember issue of
* A fairly new 'field of research is
going on in the area of handwrit-
ing. Cancer patients are known to
have certain writing peculiarities.
This is explained in an 'article in
the November issue ot True .maga-
Lectures will be given on ithe
high cancer death rate among hea-
vy smokers. fMuWh' research is be-
ing done along' this line.
Gulf County has reason to be
proud for she hasi a hand in mak-
ing uxany of the cancer research
Air Force Has New
According to Sergeant C. L.
Blair, 'the local Air Force Recruiter
for. the Panama City area, the Avia-
tion Codet Program of the United
States Air Force is open to High
,Sergeant Blair will have retailed
information about Aviation Cadet
Training and the life of an Air
force e Officef. The Air Force offers
Navigator Training to 'high school
graduates which leads to a com-
mission as Second Lieutenant upon
Young men that 'desire to enter
the Aviation Oadet Program must
Ibe a high school graduate, unmar-
ried and between 19 and 26% years
Appointment for interview may
be made by contacting Sergeant
Blair, Post Offic eBuilding, Room
206 at Panama City or by telephone
Bible Week Being Observed In Port
St. Joe With Mayor Sharit, Chairman
Mayor J. L. Sharit, chairman of
Bible Week in Port St. Joe offers
the following communication in
The 20th annual observance of
Bible Week is from October 17 to
October 234 The theme for the week
'is, "The Bilble-Sirtength of our
This year also marks the 20th
anniversary of the founding of the
Laymen's national Committ33, the
organization which sponsors Bible
Week. The first observance of Bi-.
ble Week began on December 7,
1941-A date that shall endure in
our history. From the appalling
wreckage of Pearl Harbor arose a
national purpose that culminated
What is our national purpose to-
day? We are again confronted with
serious international problems. It
might be well'for us to take stock
of ourselves, and to re-examine the
Bible-for 'the Bible serves a pur-
pose- and constancy of purpose is
the -secret of success.
A careful reading of the consti-
tution of the United ,States and
the Declaration of Independence
will show you how strongly the Bi-
ible influenced the architects of our
Republic. In them, our founding
fathers produced two of the great-
est humanistic documents in the
history of man. The nobility of
their language and the wisdom in-
herent in their preepets, without
question, had roots in the Bible.
Former President Herbert Hoo-
ver is serving as honorary nation-
al chairman for this year's observ-
ance of Bible Week. Now, to show
She timelessness of the Bible:
When Mr. Hoover was asked to
make a statement in support of the
week, he referred to his state pa-
pers, in which is pubMiahed a mIes-
Wins Pie Contest
Miss. Annette Lewis, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Lewis was de-
clared the champion cherry pie
baker this week in a contest spon-
sored by the Florida Power cor-
Miss Lewis will go to Apalachi-
cola to compete with other winners
*for a shot at the state champion-
ELEMENTARY P-T. A.
The Elementary P.-T. A. will get
in its first meeting of 'the year to-
night at 7:30 p.m.
The P.-T. A-'s first meeting of
the year was broken up by hurri-
cane Ethel and was not held.
All members of the organizaiton
are urged to attend.
Free Heat Bill
There have, been many contests
awarding trips to Europe, and
weeks in Hawaii, but local people '
have never won these prizes. Now,
however, Frank McDonald, manager:
of West Florida Gas and Fuel Com-
pany, announces a contest just for
people in this area, with a prize
certain to ibe welcomed in any home
-a free 'winter's supply 'of heat.
"Making warm friends is our
business," says McDonald, "and
we're going to provide a whole win-
-ter's supply of Warrengas to a fam-
ily right here in our area in our
contest which is open right now,
and will close Saturday, October
sage he had sent to the National It's easy 'to enter, too: all you
Federation of Men's Bible Classes, have 'to do is finish this sentence,
in convention at Baltimore, Mary- "I 'would like to heat my 'home
land, on May 12, 1929. with Warrengas because ." in
The message reads, "There is no 25 words or less. Full contest de-
other book-.o various as the Bible, 'tails are presented in "this newspa-
nor one so ftH oft concentrated per ;in an' advertisement. In case
wisdom. Whether it be of law, ibu- you haven't obtained your official
iness, morals, or that aion which entry blank, it m eight bUd a o idea
leads the imagination 14 the Tea. to call or sei West Florida Gas and
t-on of constructive enterpri~Aes F el Comipany odL
. for the happiness bf mankind, ,'he
who seeks for guidance in any of Highluahd View
these things may look inside its
covers 'and find illumination. The Baptist CirC le Meets
study of this book in your Bible
classes is a postgraduate course COi.rcle Number 2 of the Highland
in the richest library of human ex- View Baptist COhurch met Monday
perience. in the home of Mrs. C. E. Daniell,
"As a nation we are indebted to circle chairman. The devotional
the book of books for our national ywas led (by Mrs. W. C. Goodson.
ideals and representative institu- There were six members and two
tions. Their -preservation rests in visitors, present.
adhering to its principles." This was the first meeting of :the
Mr. Hoover sums it 'up very well. year and officers' and chairmen
Now, we live in a strange era. were elected.
Sometimes we move forward' with The meeting was dismissed with
giant strides-sometimes we seem prayer by Mrs. Archie Floyd.
to be pushed.,back-and at other Refreshments were served to
times our progress seems to be .those ,present by Mrs. Daniell.
measured, in inches. .No one can
predict what the future hold's. We
know that we have a fight on our
hands-A struggle against 'an evil
force-A force that seeks to en-
slave the minds of.men and to era-
,dicate our belief in a higher power.
But, if we maintain belief in that
power, we shall win.
In our community we 'have oar
houses of worship, 'our fraternal, 'Mr. and Mrs. George Miller Hun.
veterans' and youth organizations, ter, Jr.,- announce the birth of a
and our schools and 'women's clubs. son, Fredriek Ingram on" Occooer
Working together, we can maintain 13.
the faith 'and courage of our fo e-. M-r. and' Mrs. James Howarcd Mit-
fathers through regular worship chell an'noune,.the birth of a baby
and daily reading of the Bible. bLe lboy, James Michael, on October 12.
us, always think of .the word. of Mr- and Mrs. -ornelious A-lso.-
James M. Barrie: "The reason Greene announce the birth of a
birds can fly and we ca' t is '~son, Steven Joseph on October 12.
ply that they have perfect faith, (All births occurred at the
for to aieve faith is to have wings." Port 6.t Joe Municipal Hospital)
Miss Freda Trammell was hon-
cred with a bridal shower Thurs-
day night given by Mrs. Vivian
Bateman, Iiss Patsy Lewis and
Miss Dolores Chism. The shower
was given in the Bateman home on
The honoree chose for the occa-
uion a pink cotton dress. She was
presented a lovely white carnation
corsage and' a corsage was also
given Mrs. F. E. Trammell, mother
of the honoree.
Remove all trace of fish from
cooking tensids by putting a lit-
they are washed.
When baking meat loak lay strips
of bacon lengthwise in the bottom
of the pan. This flavors the meat
loaf and prevents sticking.
For a cheerful kitchen or bath-
room, try new window shades made
of oil cloth -to match your color
scheme. Hem bottom, slide stick
through hem, and tack on to the
Did You Know?
That the Ten Oommandments
contain 267 words-the Declaration
The refreshment 'table was over- of Independence, 300 words?
laid with a lace cloth over laven- That the United' Nations build-
der and centered by a punch bowl in ,.has .nnn 00 mvio ?
P0 313 1. ncicle wihgabeatifl6fowe winws
PO 3-1301. encircled with a beautiful flower .
c 'arrangement. Dishes of nuts, mints
Visits Staffords and cake completed the setting.
'Mr. and' Mrs. Donell Stafford of The honoree received many beau- CLASSIFIED ADS
Westminister, California visited tiful and useful gifts.
here last 'week with Mr. and Ms. --- Midget Inetments With
J. D. Stafford' and family. SHOP AT HOME Gant BAftwr
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