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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for theApalachicolaChattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1960 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA NUMBER 5
LEGION DIGNITARIES-Pictured above, left to right are, James L.
Mayton Second District Commander,. Albert Thames, Port St. Joe
post COmniaMder, and. Arthur M. McCarthy, Western Area Vice-
Willis V...Rowan, Post 116, The
American Legion of Port 'St. Joe,
together with its Ladies Auxiliary
entertained local veterans at the
Post Home last Thursday evening.
Post Commander Albert T. Thames
and Auxiliary President, Joan Q.
Moore presided jointly.
Arthur M. MacCarthy, Western
Area Vice Commander, Department
of Florida, The American Legion
was the principal speaker. Other
guests and out-of-town Legionnaires
present were James L. Mayton,
Commander, Second District, De-
partment of Florida, The Ameri-
can Legion; Mrs. Anne Hart, Past
President, The Auxiliary, Second
District;. .Preston Nicholas, Past
Commander, Department of Okla-
homa and present Commander of
the Apalac-hicola Post. He was ac-
companied by Dr. J. G. Bruce, T.
E. Austin and Fred Richards, all
Past Commanders of 'the Apalachi-
cola Post and Guy Messina; Mr.
and Mrs. Verlie Petty, former Le- T,
Representative Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., appeared on the Jaycees Radio
Forum Sunday 'afternoon to explain
the Constitutional Amendments to
be voted on by Florida voters, on
The results of this discussion
will be reported in The Star this
week and 'next. This week the dis-
cussion of the change in the Frseh
Water Fish and Game Commission
status will be explained, as told
Costin said that literally the only
change in the Game Commission
under the Amisendment would re-
quire the Commission to draw up
a budget each year and present it
to the Legislature ,for approval.
Funds from the sale of licenses
would then go to the State General
Fund. Costing said that :at present
the Game Commission is the only
agency in Florida that does not
Commander. (Photo by Lynart Studio) oai fro Chica......................and naveoand o answer o te Legislature on said all patron rceiing
(Photo by Lnart Studio) nnaires from Chicago and Ko- for its expenditures nor file a bud- house delivery will 'be required to
rean veteran, Mr. and Mrs. Bob get. Costin said that all' the money provide a suitable mal' recepUtile
Annual PTA Hallowe'en Carnival Kenne y. collected from the sale of licenses accessible to the carrier ap'. -have
ul lA chicken and rice suCpper was would go to the operation of the their house numbered -in' accord-
prepayed7-.ad, served unaer the di, departmentn, but that tihe State a.nce with the map furnished. All
or SaturdayAfternoo rectonofhaian, ArnoldDaniell. could see where the expenditures patron receiving house delivery
are go1g. _should notify all their correspon -
Saturday Iter noo'ii',, bin' dl, First grades, Fish pond and bal- High School PTA to Meet Twouldhe other provision for a change dents of their correct .ailing ad-
as far as the Elementary Parent- loon and darts. would e in the appointment of the dres. Example:
Teachers A.msociati.on onernd ..,.j _I Drinks and pOp-p The High School Parent-Teacher ernor aisspoer the'missiner Jon W. Doe,
The annul thePTA i egini, y eg.s. in a jar, hot dogs and Association will meet tonight at LTder the change, the Legislature.- 221 9th street,
sponsored by- the PTA -Wilr egin ilu,.cky eggs. 8:00 p.m. at the High School Audi- would' appoint the Commissioners. Highland View,
with a -bigparade at P Third grades: Country Store, torium. his basically is the only changes Port t. Joe Florida
The carniVal will b. 1-itid in. th, nhi,,.- ,:. Coffee and Sliced Cake, The topic of the -meeting will be, that would come about by passage It is very important show
City P-ark at 'the mnt:-i .t ,Mnu.,f Candied, Apples. ".Know Your County Scdool Board of the amendment Highland 'View as well as house
Fifth Street nd H .,98as it Forth grades, H'mur gers. Members." All Board nSembers will Costin said that approval of the and street number. It mail is not
is everyyeFir. Fifth -.r.de" ,- -Cake -walk. be present headed by Superinten- 'imiendnment in the Legislature was properly addressed is couad Cause
Many i,,', f ... ,.:,f goobd r1iis ,. S:ih grades, Milk Bottle Throw, dent Thomas A. Owens. Pnel disoverwhndlmnig in that i't passed in a d y in delivery.
eat and' prizes to ,be won will b, i1.,. on Dolls and Bowling Alley. cussion will be held with the Board theHouse y a vote of 72 to sse15 in Tha e tatyion,at Hingia View
on hand for young and old. like. : Other features will be the old members 'answering questions ,by favor and in the Senvte oy 32 to will be locatedina Hla year's Ser
Booths by grades -will ibe s ol- 'ounry Auction, Balloon Man, Car 'the PTA in regards to school uctivi- ih favor. Market on. Highway 98 'with, S. C.
lows: -.ides and Pony Rides. ties, et c. Costin said 'he telt that passage 'Player as-clerk in charge.
.. .. ,, t: ~~ .. of the Amendment would.make for 'Costin said that in a few instant-
.,.. .a....... ... .. ,.... .,^ a more efficient 'operation of the es where patrons do not qualify
MRS. WAYNE BIGGS
Otis Pyle, manager of the St.
Joe Motor Co.; readies one of the
Companies' cars for the FTA
trip. Service mgr. Ed..%a.rd Tullhs
is checking the tires in the pic-
ture above. (Star photo)
Susan B. Anthony FTA Club Sends Four
I legaies To State Convention In Clearwater
The Susan B.. Anthony FTA
.Club of Port St. Joe High School
is. sending four delegates to the
.: hState Convention in Clearwater
Delegates going are Carolyn
Starling, Mercedes Sheppard, Ruth
Vickery and Sue Durant.
S'The group is being chaperoned
by Mr. 'and Mrs. Wayne S. Biggs.
.' s.dBig-gs is sponsor of the club.
Headquarters for the convention
Swill ibe in the Fort Harrison Hotel.,
7 Transportation for the trip is Ibe-
SUE DI-RANT T ,
CAROLYN ST-ARLING -
.. Voting Delegate
either by failure to nuTuber their
-. ----- house and provide a mail recepticle
Pair of Boys Held or 'live out of the delivery zone,
general delivery' service will be
For Car Theft available at the station. The regu-
Fr Clear post office service will also be
available, such as money order ser-
Highway Patrolman Ken Murphy vice, stamps, stamped paper, reg-
and Sheriff's Deputty Jimmy Bar- istered mail, insured and regular
field 'arrested two teen age boys parcel 'p9t
from Perry on 'a charge of car theft .___
in Highland View last Friday af-
ternoon. County Board Makes
The boys 16 and 17 years old, had Ch I C a d
stolen an auto in 'Perry, driven it Change in Calendar
to Wewahitcihka where they aban-
doned it and stole a 1960 Corvair. The Board of, County 0Commis-
The boys wrecked the Corvair on slon 'changed their regular meeting
the Overstreet Highway near High- date from November 8 to Monday,
way 98. They hitched a ride with November 7 at 9:00. a.m., CST at.
Patrolman Murphy on Highway 98 -their meeting Tuesday night. The
to Port St. Joe. Shortly after this change in meeting date was made
the Gorvair was discovered and a due 'to election day being on No-
witness -described the two boys who vember 8.-.
left the car after the accident. Also In the only -other recorded action
at about this same time the C-orvair of the meeting the Commission
was discovered missing and report- voted to purchase two -acres of
ed !to Sheriff B. E. Parker. Several land from Quincy Hardy for a bor-
witnesses in Wewahitchka had row pit.
seen the boys driving the car left, They also started action on se-
abandoned there near where the curing Ithe right of way' on 20th
Corvair was stolen. St., in Port St. Joe. This right of
Fred Hill of Simmons Bayou way was required by the State
picked up the two :boys, again hitch Road Department.
hiking, and took them to Highland -
View where they said they were go-
ing to visit relatives. After letting and Sheriff's deputies and told
the boys out, Hill turned on his them where the boys said they were
car radio *and heard the descrip- going.
tion of the boys broadcast and re- -The two boys were -arrested and
ported his passengers to the FHP are now in the County jail.
Tomlinson Claims Tax Rolls Are
In Need of Total Overhauling
M. P. Tomlinson, local abstract company operator, blasted the
Gulf County Tax Assessor, Samuel A. Patrick for "inequities in
tax assessments" in a talk before the Port St. Joe Junior Chamber
Df Commerce Tuesday night at the City Cafe. Tomlinson told
the Jaycees that the current county valuation of $13,000,000.00
set by -the Assessor is ridiculous.
Tomlinson stated that the tax
In Highland View
Begins Nov. 1
According to 'Postmaster Chain-
cey Costin of Port St. Joe, mail de-
livery, house to house, will begin
on November 1, 1960. Costin safd
a map of Highland View with 'all
houses and streets marked' ia- inv-
the Post Office at Highland View.
All, patrons wishing mail delivery,
please go to -the Post Office, locate
your house, unimber and street and
sign the roster provided, showing
your name or names, house num-
ber and street.
Sykes Concrete To
Build Basin Jetties
Sykes Concrete Company of Pan-
ama City was 'contracted this week
to construct an extension to the
present jetties for the boat basin
at Mexico Beach it was announced
yesterday iby C. M. Parker, secre-
tary-treasurer of the Mexico Beach
Preparation of materials and
equipment is now in progress and
work should st-art early next week.
Construction will be of new slab-
'type pre-stressed concrete piling.
Completion of the work and re-
opening of the boat basin is expect-
ed for early in January.
In recent weeks leading -members
of -the Mexico Beach Business Men
Association have been working
with Parker on proposed plans for
re-opening the basin which has been
restricted in use due to sand fill
ing in the channel. Extension of
present jetties into deeper waters
is expected to keep the chanel open
Present contracted construction
work for the jetties project will be
a direct Mexico Beach Development
Mr. Parker extends his sincere
appreciation 'for 'the cooperative
efforts cfered by the Business
Men's Association to help get the
basin in operation.
ig furnished by 'the St. Joe Motor Sharks Beaten In Final Seconds Friday By Chipley Tigers
The ,Port St. Joe Sharks dropped who scampered 71 yards for a TD ever it can be noted that Blounts-
Raymond Hightower In. their third game of the season behind some beautiful down field town has played only sub-caliber
Auto Wreck Near Wewa last week with a 12-6 loss to the blocking 'by 'Joe Whaley. The teams and' really haven't had a real
Sharks put the clamp on the Chip- test. They will ,be coming to Port
T n Chi5pley Tigers. The Sharks had a ley offense for the rest of the game St. Joe tomorrow to take the test
Tuesday night about 8:45 a 1956 pretty frustrating night with sev- with some sterling defensive play and if the Sharks can- eliminate
Dodge driven 'by Raymond High- eral scoring chances missed by a by ends Wayne Stevens and George just a few of the errors and injur-
tower of White City was involved .bit of bad luck. The Sharks clearly Boyer and linebacker Howard Lov-. ie 'that have plagued them this
in an .accident about six miles outplayedd the much bigger Chipley ett and Jimmy Wilder. The center year, we're betting the big Tigers
South of Wewhaitchka on State team and in 'the final minutes of of the line played real good ball will flunkn the test. It stacks up as
Road 71. Mr. Hightower reported to the ganie, ,deep in Chipley territory, behind Courtney Martin, Joe Wha- being a good game as this has al-
Highway Patrolman Ken Murphy the Sharks r.-,-,,-,j not settle for a ley and David Nance. The Shark ways been a good rivalry. The Ti-
tnat he was traveling toward Port tie and tried to hit with passes offense really got rolling all gers have managed to -beat the
'S't. Joe about 55 -miles .per hour, for the quick TD. After four tries through the second half -but could Sharks the past two seasons and
when a truck approached from the the Sharks were forced to punt and not hit the pay dirt afs'the Chipley the Sharks are hungry for a win.
:opposite direction and traveling on Bob Munn's kick was blocked in defense tightened up down close to THE YARDSTICK
'the wrong side of the road. High- the Chipley end zone for a TD -for the goal. Chipley gained the game St. Joe Chipley
.tower attempted to dodge the truck Chipley with 30 seconds to play. winning TD on a blocked punt in First Downs .....--..- 10 8
'Ly leaving the road. As he left the Sharks Outplay Tigers the .St. Joe end zone. Yds. Rushing 101 139
road, he lost control of his auto and The Sharks got the opening kick- Blountstown Here Tomorrow Yds. Passing -- 138 6
it overturned. off but gave up the ball on downs. The Sharks meet another stern Total Yds 239 145
Hightower suffered no injuries Chipley got a good ground attack test tomorrow night when they Pass Attempt .----...-...... 21 2
but Trooper Murphy estimated the going and drove to a quick score, take on another big team from Pass Comp. .. .. 11
damage -to his car to be about The Sharks struck back in tbhe Blountstown. The Tigers are unde- Pass Intercepted by 1 1
$500.00. No charges were filed second quarter with a screen pass feated thus ,ar and have had only Fum-bles Lost 1 1
a.aiif Rilah-ver. .from Bab Mlunn to Chesley Fensom three TD's scored on them. How- Yds. Penalized .-.-- 25 10
Tomlinson said that In the past
it has been the practice to give
homestead exemption to four and
five houses owned by one person.
"This situation has been corrected"
said Tomlinson, "but property is
still on the rolls at a ridiculously
As examples Toiml'inson gave sev-
eral facts and' figures to back up
ibis charges against the assessor.
During the year 1959, To0mlinson
stated that $227,500 in home mort-
gages were processed in the Coun-
ty on new homes. He stressed the
fact that this was not the full value
of the homes mortgaged. "These
same homes are on the tax rolls
this year at a total valuation of
'only $87,000.00. In every case home-
The speaker said that he had
knowledge of a home in the county
that was valued and sold at $25,-
000.00. This same home is on the
-tax rolls at $1,600.00. Another piece
of beach property had been improv-
,ed with several homes during the
last several' years, Tomlinson said,
,, I I L: u ; e : ,'operty, houses and
all is on the rolls for $400.00. "An-
other party in the county refused
$80,000.00 for some property feel-
ing it was worth more, but it is
on the rolls for less than $5,000"
Tomlinson said. He listed some
building equipment on the rolls at
$10,000.00 when he knew for a fact
that one tire 'on one wheel of the
several pieces of equipment cost
$2,000.00. Tomlinson said that he
himself had purchased a piece of
property for $3,000 which was worth
more than that and it is on the tax
rolls for $200.00.
Tomlinson said these inequities
ran true to form throughout the
Tomlinson said that because of
low valuations, in the City of Port
St. Joe this year of the $82,000.00
in ad valorem tax that will come in,
industry -of all kinds in the city will
pay $70,900 of the bill. "This isn't
fair", said Tomlinson.
'Why should we have fair evalua-
tion?" asked the speaked. "The
main reason is so that the people
who ask for services paid for by
taxes can participate in paying for
them. Another is to advertise our
true worth and make the people
more interested in how the tax
dollar is spent."
Prior to Tomlinson's talk seven
boys were presented their Red
Cross Lifesaving Badges by Rev.
Harry Babbitt, their instructor. Re-
ceiving the badges were Wayne
Stevens, David Nance, Chesley Fen-
som, Bob Munn, Larry Davis, Da-
vid Babbitt and Tony Maige.
Exams Being Taken
For Postal Clerk
According to Postmaster Chaun-
cey Costin, the U. S. Civil' Service
Commission h-as announced an ex-
amination for filing positions of
substitute clerk and substitute car-
rier for the Port St. Joe post of-
fice. The starting salary for these
i,.;-itj r. is $2.16 per hour.
No -experience is required for
these positions, but applicants must
pass a written examination. Appli-
cations will be accepted until the
need of the service is met, said
Costin. Persons interested in these
positions may get application
blanks and informa-ion at the local
post office or at room 323 Federal
Building, 311 West Monroe St.,
SCosin further mentioned that ap-
plicants who pass the examination
i-z ei";'. .e for employment in pest
offices in Blountstown, Lynn Ha-
ven, Wewahitchka, Altha, Bristol,
Fountain, Hosford and Sunnyside.
Speaker Hits Tax Assessor
Office In Jaycee Speech
assessor doesn't value property in
relation to value of other proper-
ty but on personalities and vote
George Core Gets
Good Govt. Award
George Y. Core of Wewahitchka,
Clerk of .the Circuit Court, was pre-
sented the Jaycee Good Govern-
ment Award Tuesday night at the
Jaycee meeting held at the City
Core was picked 'by a panel of
judges from entries submitted to
Core received his award because
of his nation-wide work in record-
ing county documents in the event
of atomic attack. Core was chosen
as the only Clerk of the Court to
(plan the preservation of -such re-
cords. He is also nationally active
as a director of the National Asso-
cilation of County Clerks land as a
Director of the State Association of
The presentation was made by
R. H. ,llzey, president of the Jay-
MONEY TALKS-Let's keeo
It where we can speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchants
-GARDEN CLUB TO HAVE PROGRAM Ipons, neIt
" ON CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS IThe bu
he Port SL Joe Garden Club S.ponsoring thd program, "Trick or
The PoratSthe arish House of WSCS Circle 3 Treat for UNICEF"., this Hallowe-
St. James' Episcopal Church on on.a
Thursday, November 3 at 3:00 p.m. Met October 17 o n Hallw night, Monday,
A program on Christmas decora- October 31,-hlldren will circulate
tions will be given. A number of about town between ,the hours of
members will' participate in this WSCS Circle Three of the First 7: to 9:00 p. collecting pennies,
program and will show arrange- Methodist Church met with Mrs. for UNI .
ments .suitable for doors, hall tab- John Carmichael October 17 at Those .aidng the collections will
les, -mantles, living rooms, dining 9:30 a.m. bweariag an orange ama band for
tables and children's rooms; in Refreshments were served to 11 identidfation.
fact, every room in the home. Each members who were present. ti O hren man o e coHeltions
member will describe her arrange-1 Mrs. J. L. Temple opened the ill turn in their, money to tihe
ment naming the materials she has meeting wgth prayer. Mrs. John S at unhe, Methodist Church any
used and how it was treated and Drew, circle chairman, presided. AkIWSG at eodiChurch and 9:00
assembled. short business session was held. time between 7:bein00 ervean d to:0 m.
wsld... inhageRefreshments are being served to
Anyone interested in getting Mrs. John Blount was in charge the children durin these hours.
ideas for decorating the home for of the program giving a devotional t children wd h collect noney
the coming Christmas season is cor- lesson, "The Spirit of a cannot get to the church ay
dially invited to attend this meet- en from the Methodist Woman. turn 'eir money in to their teach-
ing. Mrs. Blount gave an interestlug er the next morning at achooL
A report of the district meeting explanation of the mission work The WSG is being assisted in this
of District Two, State Federation with children in the Methodist ]
of Garden Clubs held in Panama Church. Port St. Joe High School.
,City will be given by those who The week of October 25 to 31 is Money collected 'from this source
attended. the Week of Self-Denial and Pray- gces to ibuy food and medicine for
Those having displays are asked er. Prayer with over a 'million wo- children in 'underpriviledged coun-
to bring thme at 2:30 so that they men participating can be very tries. Just a tfew (pennies can pur-
,may bOe placed for -viewing, forceful. chae much food and medicine for
All members are urged to be ',esae children. Residents of Port
present and bring arrangements. Mrs. Ed Ramsey and Mrs. J. L. St Joe are urged to have their Pen-
Temple gave a short ta.lk on their nies ready whe :the children come
attending the meetings at Hunting- by on Monday night.
L B Tdon College and' Blue Lake. *. : *h
LIKE TO BOW L?oe.- .."4(
The meeting closed with the
You and your friends can enjoy WSoCS benediction. ElmentarV SCh
this popular pleasant came on --- -
r.JAt- J El. :"" me.tarv S c hl
OFFICIAL ABC SCORING
REGULATION l c
10 Frame Game I
Plan now to enjoy an evening i Mr. and Mrs. Perry Daniel Har-
of relaxing, pleasant recreation [rel, ST., announce the birth of is
at least once a week. Bring the ison Michael Ray on October 19.
family, bring your date, bring h Mr. and Mrs. Shirley. Lee Ham-
the children. mond of Oak Grove announce' the
bthe hth of a baby boy, Tony Le-e on
EVERYONE CAN PLAY October 23. Ie.E a
\ % Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles EEarl Jack-I
son announce the birth -of .a son,
,s V- ;John Jessie on October 21. .
( t' grfi gBS'ot 3I) 'Mr. and Mrs. Curtist Fraser s Har-
dy announce the [birth of 'a u aby
Golf Bowling Games Music girl, Myra Lynn on October 18.
U S Hiway 98 Mr. -and Mrs. Franklin Dent iar.-
MEXICO BEACH gus, announce the birth of a son,
- PLAY HOURS Franklin Dent, Jr., on October.18.
S (All births occurred at the Port
Evenings .-- 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
Sat. & Sun. _. 1 p.m. to 12 mn.
Advertising Pays Try It And See
Poyrt..zs. t*oe eiamentary u ,ooi
Monday, October ,31
.Roast vpork, brown: gravy, rice,
snap beans,, peanut butter and' gra-
ham cracker sandwiohe-s, white
biead and milk. -
Tuesday, -.November 1
Sausage, blackeye peas, lettuce
and tomato. alad,- apple jelly, no'
rolls and milk. -
Wednesday,. November 2
Hot dogs, b uttered potatoes, cab
bage slaw, apple crisp and m:1k.
Thursday, November 3
Sloppy joe on bu b, 'turnip grser:s
peaches, corn briad -and-mil'r.
Friday, Nevember 4
SSialtmon .! oaf, English peas, Ha.-
waiian' beets, lime jello, wheat
'bread and niic.
LONG AVENUE CHURCH
CIRCLES SET MISSION STUDY
The W'S of -the' Long Avenue
Baptist Church ,will-ave a mission
study meeting Tuesday, NovemberI
1 at 6:30 p.m. at -the church. A cov-
jered dish -supper will ,be served.
-The subject for study will be 'it a
book; 'Across the ,i..- o* Sp'an--
'3Mrs. James Horton wil teach the
Mr.-and Mrs. Edgar O;t-!iart of
Plainfield, New -'-,. v- ited
here several days l.A!t we.k with
Mr. and Mrs. Fred : -tott.
' THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 366 Williams Avenue, Port St. Jo*, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESSY ILR. RMM Editor and PubUshr
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $%2i.50
SUBSCRIPTION8 INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-cla smatter, December 19, 1937, at the Poatoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
DIAL BALL 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-a case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount reoeived.for, sek
The spoken word is-given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
wegihed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word Is lost; the printed word remains.
Honor Society Has Odd Fellows To
Induction Program Honor Forehand
In impressive candlelight induc-
tion program of the Senior Honor
Society of the Port St. Joe High
School was held October 20 at 7:30
p.m. in the school library.
Linda Roberts, president, con-
ducted the program. The tour car-
dinal aims of the society were out-
lined for the new members. The
presentation was as follows: Char-
acter by Rita Cooper; Scholarshipl
by Freddie Bowdoin; Leadership
by Bob Kerrigan and' Service tby
Tahe new members were led in a
High School principal Leroy
Bowdoin presented membership
cards and pins to: Sheryl Bass,
Mavis Kennedy, Jean McArdle,
Chesley Fensom, Kay Oreeoh, Da-
.vid Nance, 'Mickey Thompson, Pat
Kerrigan and Frank Ruokman.
To Hold Revival
Revival services will commence
'this Sunday, October 30 at the
First United Pentecostal Church in
Highland', View. Evangelist Lucy
McHenry ot Ponce de Leon 'will be
The public is invited to come
and hear how God' wonderfully de-
livered Sister McHenry when it
seemed that death was upon her.
The pastor, Rev. J. J. Hill and
'the church extend a very warm
welcome to everyone to attend
this rveival. There will be spiritual
singing and' prayer during the ser-
vices. The blessings of God await
you as the Word of God is preach-
ed under the anointing of a spirit-
Services begin each evening at
Miss Dianna McKnight, a stu-..
dent at Jones Business College in
Jaccksonville, visited here last week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
The Odd Fellows will have a
special meeting Friday night to
present a 60-year jewel to W. O.
Forehand. He has been an Odd
Fellow for 61 years.
A supper will be served.
Delegates will be present for the
service from Tallahassee, DeFun-
iak Springs and Lynn Haven. All
Odd Fellows and Rebekahs are in-
vited to attend.
The Deputy Grand Master of
Florida will make the presentation
to Mr. Forehand.
Youths Help Unicef
The youth of the Highland View
Methodist Church will be "Trick
or Treating for UNICEF" on Oc-
tober 31 from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. in
Remember that only Ic provides
the vaccine to protect a child from
tuberculosis. Five cents provides
the penicillin to cure a child of a
crippling tropical disease called
yaws and 10c provides 60 glasses
of nourishing milk vital to growth.
Your pennies wi-l help these ,sick
and hungry children look forward
to a more promising future.
James T. Bailey
Injured In Accident
James T. Bailey of Mexico Beach
received slight injuries in an auto-
mobile last ,Saturday morning at
: 00 anm. 'near, hattahoochee 'while
on his way to work.
Bailey fell asleep at the :wheel
and collided -with a small bridge
He suffered injuries about :the
head which -required 12 stitches.
He -was released from the hospital
after two days and is now recuper-
ating at home.
The sma'l' truck -he was driving
was a total ioss.
The loveliest thing you can do for your foot and
your wardrobe this fall is to wear this beauty of
a pump, high of heel and laced with color contrast
above the toes. Brown kid suede or black leather.
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THURSDAY and FRIDAY
THE DAY HELL CAME TO
TOWN WEARING A BADGEI
S--I OLO ?ES M/ C /IARRCI
LET US FORD DEALERS SHOW YOU THE
MOST/AI NTENANCE-FREE FORD IN HISTORY
10 feet tall" in
byPU R ITAN
Talk about "towering feelings"! In a Puritan Wool Bulky
you're on to something big, something soft, something
altogether supreme in sweater styling. The MONACO, a
solid color bulky knit rib pull over with smart boat neck,
is beautifully styled with contrasting tipping on cuff, bot-
tom and collar. Come in soon to see this and other hand-
some sweater styles in the Puritan Bulky Bazaar. MONACO,
100% Virgin Wool, sizes 36-46-
.. .. i. : --. a,
OUR '61 FORDS A,,F.
BEAUTIFULLY BUILT TO
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES...
AND TO TAKE CARE OF YOU BY
CUTTING COSTS, ELIMINATING
MANY SERVICE STOPS!
No doubt about it, the 1961 Ford
is a beautiful automobile. But the
really big news is the way it can
save you money!
For-instance, in the '61 Ford you'll
normally go 30,000 miles between
chassis lubrications. Then, a quick,
inexpensive Ford Dealer lube job
S(about $4.00)** will get you set for an-
other 30,000 miles. You'll go 4,000
miles between oil changes with Ford's
Full-Flow oil filter. Ford's powerful,
new Truck Size brakes save, too, for
they adjust themselves automatically
for the life of the lining. And Ford's
double-wrapped, aluminized muffler
normally lasts up to 3 times longer
than the ordinary kind.
Add to these features the fact that
Ford's Diamond Lustre Finish never
needs waxing, and you have a car
-that can save you plenty in mainte-
nance costs. And remember, we Ford
Dealers were the first to extend our
warranty on '61 cars to 12,000 miles
or one full year, whichever comes
first. Ask your dealer to show you
*Based onR I misnues sersiealf today'*
national average labor eosk. .
LET'S COMPARE OPERATING COSTS
Based on 12,000 Miles for One Year's Driving
YOUR PRESENT CAR OUR*
OPERATING COSTS ESTIMATE 1961 FORD
CHASSIS LUBRICATION 0 3, 0-tMILE
(A much as $1.. every m1 l) $1s 00 CHASSIS LUBRICATION $0.00
(under normal driving conditions)
(As much a5s qt. @5W .every 2X00 15.00 OI CtHAteS m ) 7.51
mies) (5 qt.@ y or4000miles)
MUFFLER REPLACEMENT DOUBLE-WRAPPED
(Including Installation charge--u 15.00 ALUMINIZED MUFFLER 0 .0
often. s onec p eryear @ approl- (Lasts up to 3 times as long as ordl-
mately $15.50) nary muflers)
BRAKE ADJUSTMENTS NEW SELF-ADJUSTING
BRAKES (Powerful new brakes me-
(As much as $2.0 per adjustment- 4.00 m'c adjust tleie. .uto-
up to twice Par year) hanlcattrnia-... &Wo. 00.0
uotically for the litf at the lining)
AUTOMATIC TRANS. BAND NEW CRUISE.-.-MATIC
& LINKAGE ADJUSTMENT NEW CRUISE-O.MATIC
(As fen.E ADJUSTMENT apprx 75 TRANSMISSION 3.60*
mAteslyns) (Band adjustment only)
WAXING FORD DIAMOND LUSTRE
(if you wau ticepa r yar @ approxl- 21.90 FINISH 0d.00
ata.ly $10.95) (Never need wa..ing)
TOTAL $82.65 TGTAL $11.10
*The figures in chart above, at left, represent estimates of average national
costs to own and operate a 150.-1960 full-size American car for full
year, and driving an average annual distance of 12,000 miles as compared
with the 1961 Ford for a full year under the same average conditions.
Subtract right-hand column from left-hand column and you'll sae that
FORD SAVES YO AS MUCH AS $71.55-IN OPERATING COSTS ALONE!
SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY
Features Start at 3:00, 5:45 and 8:30
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY
MEN &BOY'S WEAR
"Outfitters for Dads and Lads"
TO THE CLASSIC FORD LOOK
ST. JOE MOTOR CO.
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
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-THURSDAY; OCTOBER 27, 1960 I
T i O Sharks kicking 'to the Yelliw Jaok- THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
rSharks Trm Chattaoo ee 21 to 0 immy Goodman kcng.
The Sharks found a much improv- 40 yard line. The Sharks were able
Last Wednesday atternoon the a return game with the Ohattahoo- ed Yellow Jacket team and allowed to move the ball well and picked
Port St. Joe Junior High Foo.all Cee team. two first downs before they forced up two first downs and' were on
team traveled to Ohattahooche.-for !The game began with the Junior the Jackets to kick from their own the Jackets 40 yard line when the
f st quarter ended.
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STYPES OF CHEVY TRUCKS!
REAR-ENGINE CORVAIR 95's-THE TRUCKS THAT BEGAN
SITH 4 WHEELS AND A FRESH IDEA!I
Here are high-capacity haulers that offer the most accessible load space you
ever saw. Think of up to 1,900 pounds of whatever you haul riding on a highly
maneuverable 95-inch wheelbase. This design's a beauty. Features 4-wheel
Independent suspension, integral body-frame build, thrifty air-cooled rear
engine-all kinds of fresh new ideas about truck efficiency and economy.
TORSION-SPRING CHEVROLETS-WORTH MORE
BECAUSE THEY WORK MORE!
:'You actually feel the advantages of independent front suspension in the almost
total absenceofoI-beam shimmy and wheel fight. The driver rides easy, the load's
better protected, tires take less abuse, the whole truck is subjected to far
less damaging road shock and vibration. Efficiency goes up. -
0 Profits follow. Look overthe whole line-both types of Chevy trucks.
You've neverseen a heavyweight handle so easily
SEE THE GREATEST SHOW ON WORTH NOW AT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED CHEVROLFr' "' -
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Port St. Joe,
The opening 'pLy of the -second
quarter saw Al' athy drop back'
and hit Jimmy Goodman with- a
perfect pass for the Sharks first
touchdown. A hafsidoff from Cathy
to Gibson was good 'and the Junior
Sharks 'led, 7-0.
The Sharks kicked to the Chatta-
I hoochee team anj were stopped
'for no gain. A fourth down punt
3 was fumbled 'with hite Jackets re
0 covering. This was the deepest
r- penetration 'the Jackets made dur-
m ing thed first half. The first half
ended withthe .SharIks leading, 7-0.
SThe 'opening of the second half.
m saw the Sharks receiving the kick,
and' losing no time in scoring their:
*U second touchdown. Aided 'by the
S'fin'e running of Larry Parker, Da-
O vid Balbbitt, 'Charles Gibson and
SBob ,O'raig the 'Sharks scored their
C .second touchd'own'on. ',a pitchout
n from 'Cathy to Goodman. The 'extra
m point was good on a handoff from-
I Cathy to Craig.. The iShar ks kicked
to the Jackets and with the ball on
the Chattahoochee 25 yard line the.
third quarter ended.
The fourth quarter saw the en-
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wadding, made in 8 gorge
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White, Maize, Powder Blue
Colors are M.l'on, Electric B
MIR CAU VAIII n fPORTST- IJOE
G. Boyles comes up with this one
Ticker Tape celebration feature
200 Pairs Mi-Lady
Portraits, Melanos, Lea others,
'suedes and patents .. Black,
Brown, Green, -Red Tricky
and smart ..Hi-Hi or medium
S hi heels. $6.95 Values.
.'" Erm Boylesand Earllne Snell-
Get Reckless and Come up with
'thjis.ticker tape celebrity
Our Entire Stock Better
Fashion right Figure
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Only. Formerly $10.95 and up.
Missy, Junior and Half sizes.
Ought to be a riot!
G. Middletin says (Men's Dept.)
They're unbeatable for this Tick-
er Tape Celebrationi
Men's Plaid Cotton
3 DAYS ONLY
Full cut, sanforized -All Fall
1960 patterns. Why pay $1.95
Esther Taylor and Gladys Gill
dig out this one for a great Tick-
er Tape Celebration. A group of
infants and toddlers
Up to $1.95 Values
9 to 18 months. 'Size 2 and 4.
Button front or slip-overs. At-
tractive color combinations.
Now, we move aside from shoes, sox and what have you
for a minute of light chatter Young man (buying an engage-
ment ring) "Will you please engrave it 'From Henry to Clara?' "
jeweler: "Take my advice, and just have 'From Henry' ". Sign in
an apparel salon "Our clothes not only make girls look slim
S. they make men look 'round". After a violent sandstorm had
disrupted service in Saudia Arabia, this sign appeared in a tele-
phone booth: "Until further notice, please limit calls to four
wives". (Cerfboard) A.restaurant had this sign posted: "If you
think things are tough, try our steaks". Now, my good friends,
if you think things are tough you'll greatly relieve the problem
by. shopping the friendly, busy store Yes, Boyles Campaign
Economy Store where Mr. CASH VALUE IS THE BOSS ...
The Boss may not always be 100% right, but he's still the boss.
Bless youi'heart ... well see you this week end and write you
a letter next week. -RGB
P. S.-A: thought .to live by ... "A merry heart and a
cheerful countenance giveth God's perfect sustenance.
Visiting In Missouri Returns To Georgia
Mrs. Paul S. Fensom, Mrs. Silas : Mrs. Paul E. Ward of Fitzgerald,
R. Stone and' Mrs. J. Lamar Mil- Georgia has returned to her home
ler aeft Wednesday for Col'umbia, 'after a visit with her brother and
Missouri to 'visit their daughters, sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lamar M$-
Judy Fensom, Betty Ward and An iler.
Miller rwho are attending Stephens
College. Ti s, on you pr nt in toaign qofllt
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Two Free Parking Spaces for Your Convenience
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-ww -ll o -
tire Shark team.. getting To. play. .% ~11ge 1 TJ l w na*Jm W va a vuI a w en n w
At onetime a 'seventh grade~team
composed ofBilly Smith, Ray Ram-
aey, Danny Odom, Donnie Smith,
Danya Wilson, George Samall, Mau-
rice Fuller,. Freddy Wise, Billy Ant-
ley, Andrew 'Trammell, .Jeme President and General Manager
Barnes and -;Tonmmy Wright were D T
able t6 aoMldtheirt o wn. BOYLES CAMPAIGN STORE!
The Sharks last touchdown Came
with Al Catchy going over from the YES BY A LANDSLIDE -- BIG CELEBRATION
two yard line. A hand off rom, THIS WEEK END Check Features Below --
thy to Garcia was good for the ex- Listen at 8 and 9 A.M. Friday -- Radio news from
tra point with less than three min- WJOE.
'tes remaining In thie game. The .. --
ruserve Sharlms were able to hold T attler
,hattahoochee to no gain. Final
score was Siharks 21, Yellow Jack- j
eta 0. .
The entire Junior team ts to be Published by
commended for their fine showing. Published by 1 '
Boys that. showed up well offen'
Sively and' defensi-rly 'were Billy BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
Versiga, George Herring, George PHONE BALL 7-4261
Herring,. Peter Fox, and Junior 2zz REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
Nichols sat ehd. TISes .wer.s Ran- R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
ll Rchlard, Norton Kilbourn, Bob- "Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
iy Guilford, .Ray Ramsey and Je- little tun"
rome' Barnes. Cards were Ted
Whitfield, Jerry Bieaeh, harles R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
'Zimmerman and Herbert Smito. Associate Editors YOU-ALL BOYLES ,
enterss are Clyde Norris, 'Morris STORE PERSONNEL
Buttraan and. charles Thomas. ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
Baels are PRex Buzzett, Mike C&t-7 ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS -- JIMMY STEPHENS
b0nneau, David Dickey, Billy Wa- GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
rand Bilya it,. EARLINE SNELL __ Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
ger ,and Bily, Smth. .GUY N. MIDDLETON ... .....Men's and Boys' Wear and Sheso
.Due to conflicts 'this Thursday /. .
night, the 'Junior Sharks will try
and play one adn possibly two in- DEAR Friends and Voters:
tra-squajd igamees next week and BOYLES CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS SWAMPED
close out their .eason.. LAST WEEK END WITH VOTERS FOR CASH ECONOMY
Seoach tGhntier ;an Coach Nchol ... ENTIRE PLATFORM OF FEATURE VALUES UNANI-
Ts m wish to taire .tis opportbun- MOUSLY.ADOPTED COME THIS WEEK FOR THE
ity-tothank each parent that help- TICKER TAPE CELEBRATION FEATURES ... YES, THE
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1960
Minutes of the were read, approved and adopted.
Minutes o Honorable Samuel A. Patrick, Tax As-
_, o yCo mision sessor presented his tax roll, for the year"
Couny Commission 1960, showing the total to be collected
$470,881.78. After due consideration, there
SFLORIDA was a motion by Comm. Strickland, sec-
WEWA-ITCHKA, OA onded by Comm. Tharpe and duly carried,
OCTOBER 11 1960 that said tax roll be approved; accepted,
The Board of County Commissioners of ad ordered; that it be turned over the
Gulf County, Florida, met this date in reg tax collector and that the tax collector be
Jar session with the following members ^ Ii 0 88178 as r
present: E 0. Harden. Sr., Chairman, Cole- charged with collecting $470,881.78 as per
man W. Tharpe, George W. Cooper and A. d tax roll..
J. Strickland. The Clerk, Sheriff. Road Sup- The Board discussed the possibility of
erintendent and Civil Defense Director were paying several hospital bills. The bills were
also present. ordered held for future consideration.
The meeting came to order at 9:00 a.m. L. E. Browder presented the County a
The minutes of September 18, 22 and 27 right-of-way for a proposed road in the
Repair or Remodel
or BUILD-YOUR FLORIDA ROOM
FREE ESTIMATES -:- FINANCING ARRANGED
S. E. Morris Co.
301 Williams Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida
PHONE BAII 7-7741
S. E. MORRIS R. E. KYZER
TOM PRIDGEON I
Sixth Street Rev. Boyd B. Underwood, Minlter
CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
/ \Morning Worship 1,00 a.m.
'"Protesta.ntitsm 'an the World' Orisis"
Young People's Meeting__ 6:30 p.m.
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
"Whiy I A (m A Oa'tholic"
Prayer Service (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
A CORDIAL WELCOME AWAITS YOU!
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.
Player Service (Thursday)___ --- 7:45 P.M.
Air Conditioned for your Comfort
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
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) .......---- 7:80 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corne" Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:830 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
TRAINING UNION 7:380 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:80 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:80 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
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.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
of Highland View
--- WELCOMES YOU -
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:80 A.M. .
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M. T)
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M. "
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday) fI
Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor
THE STAIR, Port 6t Joe, Fla.
I rClerk No. 2, M. P. Tomlinson: Inspectors,
Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mrs. Harry McKnight,
Mrs. B. H. Munn.
PRECINCT NO. 10
Clerk, Mrs. 0. R. Jolely; Inspe t rs, Mrs.
F. L Hill, Mrs. Everett McFarland, Mrs.
Clyde Wages. .
Clerk, J. A. Aligood; Inspectors, Mrs. J.
F. Christia,n Mrs. Buofbd Grfftn, Mrs. -.
LIST OF COUNT WARRANTS
FINE & FORFEITURE FUND
SSheriff's Requisition, Exp. .... $4,684 00
(en. 'Office Equip. Co., Office
Supplies. "................... 1.68
Star Pub. Co., Supplies ........... 65
Whatley Typewriter Co., Ribbon ..... I b-
Maria nia Office Supply Co., Sup .... 4.40
,ROAD & BRIDGE FUND
Allied Equip. Co., Tractor Patts .. 67 .SS
Gulf Oil Corp., Petroleum prod. ... 1.96
J. V. Gander, Dist., Pet. Prod. .. 695 6
Snap-On Tools Corp., Tools. ..... 37.90
Standard Oil Co., Pet. Prod. ...,. 76.90
Bprford-Toothaker, Tractor Co.,.
., Tractor Parts ................ 43.69
Taylor' Parts & Supply Co., Parts .... 1.36
I 6yd Bros. Ine.,L Repairs ............ 9,49
|Hrden's Amoco Sta., Repairs ...... 3.T7
St. Joe Tire & Recap., Recap .... 7,.8
St. Joe Hdwe. Co., Sup. ....... 105.GO
Floyd Chev. Co.. Parts & labor .... 14.08
QClloway Bros. Sup. Co., Weld .... 87.72
St. Joe Auto Parts Co., Parts .... 1'08,0-
Heath Motor Co., Parts ........... 7.61
A'vin McGlon Sen. Gar., Par4 .,and
Labor ........ .......... ..3.SO.
Panama Generator Co., Inc., Parts .. 56
Gulf Coast Elce. Coop.. RA ...... 2,l6
St. Joe Mtr. Co., Part& ... ...... 6..7.
St. Joe Tel. & Tel., Serv: ....... 17 05
Fla. Gravel Co., Gravel ........ 84,1-'0
A.'E. Finley Tractor Co., Parts ,. b6.72
Gaskin Bros. Lmbr. Co., Lumbe r.. 631.27
Keenan Weld. Sup. Co., Sup. .... 24.00
Wewa Hdwe. Co., Sup. .......... 446.15
Breeze Pub. Co., Sup ............ 87.76
AV'ie Porter, Mother's Pension .. 6.00
C. C. Davis, Indigent ....'........ 10.00
Mrs. M. H. Conger, ............. 10,00
Mrs. 0. V. Sculler, ........... 15.00
Grace Dunlap, ............... 10.00
Eva Pate, .................. 10.00
Drascilla Keel, ... ....... 10.00
Emma Barley, ................ 16.00
Grace Fowler, ................ 10.00
Audrey Nunery, ............... 16.00
W:nnie Ross, ," ..... 10.00
Minnie Patterson, .......... 2 00
Mrs. H. C. Jones, ..... 12..... 00
Bessie Dykes," .................12.00
Olar Denton, 1.............. 15.00
li:zabeth Strength, .......... .00
Ethel Enlih," ................ 16.00
Lilie Price, ............... 10.00
Laura Kemp, ......... 15.00
Lnnie Mae Coley, ........ 1.00
Annie Hudgins, ................ 10 00
Mary Porter, .................. 5,00
Mrs. W. W. Walshingham, ...... 16.00
Belle Williams, .............. 15.00
Maiie Robbs, .............. 15.00.
Ed Champion ............... 15.00
Dollie Weeks, Mothers Pension .... 9.00
Mrs. Tom Parker, .......... 600
Ressie Porter, ............. 6.00
Inez Brights, .... ... .00
Bernice Glass, ......... 6. 900
Jewel Callahan, .............. 6.00
Jotie Odom, ............ 9.00'
Tonilinson Abstract Co., Memo Serv.
Judges Office ................ 5.9
W. T. Edwards TB Hosp., TB
Patients ........................ 80.00
Star Pub. Co., Pub. Min............ 2 5.00
Boyd Bros. Repairing .Equip. _j. ;8
J H Greer Serv. Sta., Repairs ...... 4.16
Floyd Chev. Co., Repairs ......... 13 15
Marianna Office Supply Co., Sup. .. 6.20
Robert D. Sidwell ,DC Prog .......85.82
St. Joe Tel. & Tel., Serv .......... .1.40
Haloid Xerox Inc., Photo paper .... 1,86.40
Nat. Cash Reg. Co., Book, ,Mach. -. -1,208.25
Sacred Heart Hosp, Cancer patient 76.00
M. G. Lewis Q Son 'Gar., Repairs .. 29.99
Fuller's Supply Co., Sup............ 9.95
Neal Lmbr. & Mfg. Co., Lumber '230.40
J. V. Gander, Pet. Prod...+..... 168.26
Player Mtr. Co., Parta .......... .-10 52
St. Joe Tel. & Tel. .Co., Serv........ 18.05
W. T. Stafford, Sup. ............. .1058
St. Joe Pure Serv, Part ...........,9.61
Breeze Pub. Co., Print. Sup. .. 268.49
For Job Printing It's
Worship With Us
CHURCH of the
CorMer Long Ave. N& ies t.
Sunday School __10:00 am..
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evaogeliltc -Sery. .7:30 p.m.,
Wed1iesday 7.40 ip.m.'
Linton Saw Mill area. The amRe was ordered
recorded in the .public-.ecards.
The Farm Agei pieented his monthly
report and -the same was- ordered filed.
The Board discussed the need for street
signs in' Highland View. This project: 'was
turned over to the Road Department.
The lkerk a-nstructed to place the
name of Bessie Lee on -the County Indigent
Roll at $15.00 'pir month bennilig'-De-
cember 1960 .
The Board discussed the legality f pay-
Tig utilities for the Smal tinms : Judge.
The County Attorney is to give an opinion
on this matter. Robert D. Sidwl, Director,
Civil Defense reported- that.-he yjiited the
Camp Blanding Surplus property depot and
purchased $10,000.00" worth of Civil De-
fense equipment for only #176.00: That in
the near future he will purchase additional
he Clerk was directed, to begin paying
Mrs. Winnie Nunnery $16.00 from indi-
gent fund*. -
The following names were ordered remov-
ed from the indigent roll: L. A. Barnes,
lire. W. P. Coleman, May Creamer and
Jessie Simmons. "
T e follUpwing, eleco inspection botrds
dere stedted f& the November General
Election by the, Bopad, to-wit:'
PRECINCT NO. 1
Clerk?, Jeanette Lindsey; Inspectors, Dol-
ly Weeks, Susie Hall and Nellie Smith.
Clerk, Roy Taylor; Inspectors, Felton
Smith, Edgalr Lanier ;and Hugh Semmes.
PRECINCT NO. 2
Clrek, C' W. Norton, Jr.; Inspectors, Rosa
Campbell, Mrs. S. B. Brown and Mrs. Silas
e Night Shift
Clerk, Ted Brdwn; Inspectors, Cotton
Fortner, Paul Smith and ;Sam Britt.
PRECINCT NO. 3
Cirek, Mrs. .Walter CrNtchfield; Inspect-
ors, Mrs. Otis Smith, Miss Thelma Van
hEcrn and A. L Snell.
PRECINCT: NO. 4
Clerk, Mrs. Annie MX Cook; Inspectors,
Mrs. Annie M. Hiardy, J. C. Hanlon abd
Mrs. Raymond Hardy. *
PRECINCT NO. 5
Clerk, Mrs., alpl, Nance; Inspectors,
Mrs. P. L. 'Adkinson, Mrs. led Whittild,
Mrs. A.: B. Rhames.
Clerk, :W. O." 'lowaird; Inspectors, Mrs:
Clayton Coker, Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson,
Mrs. R. A. Skipper. I
PRECINCT NO. .,
Clerk, Mrs. Ernest Antley; Inspector, Mrs.
Ciaudia Sewell; Mrs. Charles Carter, Mrs.
Drexler Lundy. '
-PRECINCT NO. 7 ,
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Mrs. W. 0. Nichols.
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IN THIE CIRCUIT OUVR T THE STAR, Port St. Jo4 PlM.
GULF COUNTY, FLORIPDA. THURSDAY, OCTOBEIR 7, 1960
GLORIA O'NEIL ROSS,
Plaintiff, HIGHLAND VIEW CHURCH
vs. PLANNING SONG SERVi1E
Defendant The Highland VieW ieAhodist
NOTICE TO: JaCk Ross, Vo church will aye its regalear ftith
pLace of residence is Warner, Ok- Sunday song .rvie li Sunday
On or before the 15th day of No-: night at 7:30.
bomber, A.D., 1960 the defendant, T'e public is cordially 4ititled to
Jack Ross is required to serve Up attend. Solos, duets, quartets and
on Benjamin H. Dickens, Piaintiff'sr
Attorney, whose address i 303 congregational singing rwUl L6 on
Fourth Street, Port St. Joe, Flor- the agenda.
ida, a copy of and file with the -,-(-
Olerk of said Court, the original of BONALD PARKER ENROLLS
an answer to the Bill of Complaint MEMPHIS UNIVERSItY
filed against him herein tor divorce. IN MEMPHIS UNIVERI" Y
WITNESS my hand and official Donald H. Parker, Port 4t. Joe,
seal of said1ouort at Wewabittcka, Is enrolled for the tall l &"zter at
Gulf County, Florida, this 11th day S -,tate Unle ,ity Morn
oZ October, A.D., 1960. Memphi State ivy Mm-
GEORGE Y. CORE, 4t phis, Tennessee. He is majr nag in
Clerk COrcuit Court. marketing.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 10-13 ..
Wintering In South F6rlida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S .
COURT OF GUIF 'Mr. and Mrs. John L. Millir, par-
COUNTY, FLORIDA ents of J. aImar Miller ard dpend-
IN RE: ESTATE OF CORA M. ing the winter In Winter GTrdeii.
SUTTON, DECEASED. -
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
havey fled nmy final report and' pet- IN BE: ESTATE OF FRWif B.
tion for final discharge as Execu- SUTTON, DECEASED.
tor of the Estate of Cora M. SSutton, NOTICE t& hereby girdI tiat I
Deceased; and that on the th deay have filed my tial report iid pe-
of November, 1960, will apply to titon tore Final Discharge a Ex-
the Honorable &. P. Husband, Coua- eautor of the Estate ot Fred B.
ty Judge of Gulf County, Florida, Su ton, Deceased; and that bn the
for approval of said final report and 6th day of November, 1960, Will ap-
tor final discharge as executor of ply to the Honorable S. P. P. band
the Estate of Cora M. 'Suton, De- county Jade of Gulf Coutrty, For-
ceased Ita, for approval of alts tid i re-
This 1 October, 1960. port and for finat disUharge as ex.
FRED W. SUTTON ecultor of the tate of Fread B. Sit-
Executor of the Estate of ton, Deceased.
Cora M. Sutton, Deceased. Tta" 1 October, 1960.
Ernest C. Wimberly FRED W. SUTTONi
Attorney for Executor Exeotosr of the ]Atate of
163 South Eglin Parkway 4t-10-13 Fred B. Sutton, Decased.
Fort Walton Beach, Florida Eirnest C. Wimberly
* IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Attorney tor Executor
COURT OF GULF 163 South Eglin Parkway 4t-14-13
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their children learn the all-important habit of saving.
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home. For instance ...
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many to sonny for mowing the lawn or for other 944
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to accomplish the twofold purpose of rewarding young&
ters for tasks well done and showing them how thrift
Youngsters of every age from tots to teens love
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I .- .. -; 2, Heuderson, A-von repr~esetatilve,
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *
FOR RENT: 2~2bedroomnumnfurnish- FOR .SALE': Kenmoke" clothes dry-
ed apartment, 'upstairs. Water er, jet water pump, like new. 'See
tarnished. $35.00 ano. Phone 7-8642, Leroy .Strain, Pitta Trailer Court,
inquire vat 1904- Garrison Ave. tfe Oak Grove.,. l tp
FOR RENT: 8 -'lturnished houses FOR SALE: 4-new VA houses on
at "St. Joe'- 1 bedron o-Cypress Ave. Nearly completed.
- and 2 2-bedr '. Se I. W. Duren No wn payment. Just closing
... c costs for qualified veteran. PJRID-
or phone 7-3171 or 74511. '_4c-8-12 GEON AGENCY, phone 7-7741, 301
_i... ,lams Avehte. :
FOR RENT: Downstawirs apartmentiui.
furnished. 1505 Manuanent Ave.
Phone 7-5771. -9-15
FOR RENT: 2- 2bedrocn usies or
apartments. Furnisehed or.unfur-
oished. Call 7-3321 days or' 9-1481
at night Mrs. Shirey. :c-10-6
FOR RENT:' Nice furnished a~part-
anent. Close to school. Oall 7-4261
or 7-4481. tfc-10-13
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house, 311 Woodwar." S'creexted&
back porch, Jalousie front porch
and carport. See Jack Haimmock
at Palsee Bariber Shop od- phone
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house at 110 Hunter Circle.
. Phone 7-2541. tic-10-20
,FOR RENT:.F* prnished apr.tment.
Adults only. Call 7-4511 or 9-9521.
FOR RENT: Furnished cottage at
St. Joe Beach. Reasonable rent.
See Tde Frary or call-7-7461. Stp
FOR RENT: One and three bed-
room houses, furnished. Reason-
able. iPhone 648-4352 or 7-7-771. 1ic
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
downstairs :.apa tment. Close in.I
on 6h hst. CMl 7-5756. 1Lp |
A new three bedroom, concrete
-block house with large screened
porch, carport and' deep well on 75'
by 150' lot at St. Joe Beadh. Priced
ror quick sale at only $10,000.00
A ,large three bderoom, two bath
home with central air conditioning
eind heat, oak floors. This spacious
house is located on Constitution
Drive overlooking St. Joseph Bay.
FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY
'2i: Reid Ave. Phone BAIl 7-3491
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, house at
1710 Palm Blmd. Two years old.
Living room drapes, garbage dis-
posal Included. Call BAil 7-2311.
FOR SALE: Large 3 bedroom
house. Ideal location. 2 years
old, air conditioned. 1501 Monument
Ave. (corner 15ht a:nd Monuament)
Phone. BAll 7-3636.or 7-5771.
OR SALE: 2 bedroom house, 1308
Long Ave. Garage with large
utility room. Phice $7,000.00. Phone
FOR SALE: Electric concrete mix-
er at Mexico Beach. $65.00. Ph.
648-31,26. T U
PLASTERING, new work amA patch
work. Sheet rock finishing and
Itmall c herete jobs. 906 10th StL.
'.CHAIN LINK FENCE: For free olr puone 7-2516. 4tp-10-6
:estimate call C.- W. Long. BAllU
7-314. tto-7-28 CHRISTMAS GIFTS: See the ex-
GULF COUNTY'S MOST COMPLETE TIR
Limited supply of our finest N
,-me o fr n A
Here is your chance to save a wad of
folding money on tires.
... your chance to save a stack of dollars
that will buy many other things.
... and, at the same time, enjoy the secur-
ity of riding on the finest tire-.we handle-
Gates custom-built Super Silent Safety Nylon.
To make room for the 1961 design the
factory has made it possible for us to offer the
deep discount of 45% off regular list, plus tax
and retreadable trade-in.
Stock Limited-Trade and Save Now
Believe us, this is the tire buy of the year.
So tough, so safe, so long-wearing it is covered
by the unsurpassed guarantee described below.
'Come in today for the best tire deal in town.
covers blowouts, bruises, rim-cuts, in fact ANY
tire failure for the entire life of the long-
wearing, cold-rubber tread. Should tire fail for
any reason whatsoever, you will receive a new
tire, with full credit for any unused tread
mileage, based on Gates Standard Adjustment
schedule. No time or mileage limit.
Phone 7-3014. 3tc-10-20
*ENJOY UNPOLLUTED AIR
SNew 2 bedroom home, 1!/2
baths; many custom extras;
$9,875; small down, balance
$75 month. See pink house in
Mexico Beach, owner next
By BETTY CREAMER
Miss. Mary Cox returned Satutr-
day to Castleberry, Ala., after bhov-
ing spent a week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Cox.
Mrs. J. V. Cannington is visiting
in Panama City this week with her
GOVERNMENT daughter, Mrs. Dalton Grace and
SURPLUS SALES family.
NOW anyone can buy DIRECT Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Howell and
trom U. S. GOVERNMENT SUR- 'daughter Patricia of Parker visited
PLUS DEPOTS, 'by mail for your- Mrs. Mae .Creamer and family dur-
self or for resale. Cameras, binoc- ing the week end.
ulars, cars, jeeps, trucks, boats, .
hardware, office machines and j Rev. Gordon Adams and children,
equipment, tents, *toole and tens- attended services Friday night at
of-thousand's of other items at a 'the 'Pentecostal Church in Hosford.
fraction of their original cost. BABY SHOWER
Many items brand -new. For list B SH
of hundreds f U. S. Government Mrs. 'Sharon Wilson was the hon-
Surplus Dpeots, located in every 'ored guest at ,a lovely 'baby shower
State and overseas with pamphlet Monday, October 24 at the home of
How Government can Ship Direct Mrs. Opal' Floyd. Games were
To You," plus procedures, HOW
TO BUY and how to get FREE played and. prizes were awarded
SURPLUS; mail" $2.00 to SURPLUS the winners. iAfter Mrs. Wilson op-
SALES INFORMATION SERVICES ened 'her many gifts. Mrs. Floyd
Box No. 1818, Wash 13, D. C. tf ,served delicious cake 'and punch to
Those present were: Doris Tullis,
WANTED-ist DEEDS- Ruby Collvin, Ann Burke, Grace
Van Camp, Carrie Legear, Lois
Investori.has some funds to Branch, Mattie Bray, Mary Alice
buy several 1st deeds of trust IBan, ai r Mr e
at suitable discount. Write P. O'Brian, Juanita Givens, Merle
0. Box 124, Mexico Beach. Whitehurst, Doris Pitts, Rita Pelt,
Lessie McMullon,_ Ottis McMullon,
Avis Gay, Elaine Harrison, Carolyn
FOR SALE: "Vag bond" 28' 6" Wood, Cola Tullis. Those unable
cabin cruiser, sleeps 4. 'Chrysler
marine. B. Roy Gibson, BAIl 7-5771. to attend but sending gifts were:
S______ Mrs. P. T. McCormick, iShirley Wil-
ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners liams, Kathrine Whitaker, Jean Mc-
and floor polishers. Sales and Mullon, dna Gargus, Mrs. Grover
service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Me- Clark.
Clellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone
BA1l 7-3781 tfe BIRTHDAY PARTY
Joyce Godwin, daughter of Mr.
FOR YOUR WATKINS ProAncts and Mrs. Jim' Godwin, celebrated
her 12th birthday with a party 'at
her home October 20 at,'4:00 p.m.
RE SERVICE CENTER Outdoor games were played. Re-
freshments of cake and punch wei e
Enjoyed by those present. Mrs. God-
win was assisted in -entertaining
the children iby Mrs. Parnell. Those
attending the party were: Ann
/ Wood, Betty Creamer, James Keel,
Jackie Raffield, Ray Peterson, Da-
na Hill, G1neda-and Jeraild Mulli-
nax, Julia and' Ronnie Halstead,
Cassin and' Ricky Piarnell, Shannon
Brannon, Jimmy and Johnnie God-
I needs call 9-1195 or write W. L.
.3 Burkett, Box 483, Port St. Joe.
320 acres of woodland. 4 miles
South of Wewahitchka. Planted
with pines, 3 years old. Priced for
S-3 acres of waterfront property
^located on Creek that flows Into
Ideal for fish camp or retirement
S-10 lots at St.: Joe Beach in one
block. Priced for good investment
S-Nice home located on Hunter
UI UCircle. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, deep
well pump, .situated on 2 lots. 6%
IYLON tires years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal-
ance on VA mortgage at $57.00
3 bedroom house at Wand Ridge.
Naeerly new, priced 'to sell.
New three bedroom rouse in
Wewalitch6hka. Adjoining school
property. Pay. owner's equity.
THE PRIDGEON AGENCY
3C1 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Cal
make way Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
w 1961 design! uick expert service. tie
S1961 design! F YOU ARE INTERESTED In
saving money see us for anything
hSe FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
with 65 hp motor. Sleeps two,
IUM FEATUIRES head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy
SIn FEATUREc Gibson or call BAll 7-5771.
se-out Price! ..AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00'
Custom-built & Autographed: Made to the
industry's highest standards by Master
Tire Craftsmen. We believe this is the
only tire on the market personally auto-
graphed by the Master Craftsman who
built-it. Assurance of outstanding work-
Construction: Gates new HC-High
Capacity-Process pre-tensions the tire
cords to distribute stresses evenly; give
tire higher capacity to resist impact dam-
age; provide utmost safety because tire is
virtually blowout .proof.
Extra Deep, 11-Rib Tread: Triple traction
bands for maximum gripping power;
double stabilizer ribs for sure-footed
steering and roadability. Extra deep
100% cold rubber tread for longest wear.
BUDGET TERMS as low as $1 DOWN
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 AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and .third Thursday nights
8:10l .p.m., American Legion Home.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 7:30 p.m in American
legion Hall. All members urged 6o
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon
Secretary: Theo Bishop
f.. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
E., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome.
David H. Jones, High Priest.
Joel Lovett, Secretary
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, Seo.
All Master Masons cordially invited
NOW GET COMPLETE ALEMITE FRONT END SERVICE!
MINOR REPAIR WORK -- MECHANIC ON DUTY
PATE'S Service Center
Phones 9-1291 and 9-1221 223-25 Monument Avenue
^n,- w w P^ -v-
'TJ4V afAR;' Port *W-Voi6jfu
... dp't gamble with yours.
Get periodic check-ups from
your family physician. If he
gives you a prescription...
bring it to us. It is our privi-
lege to serve many of the
families in this community.
Even though we may be busy
you will always receive
prompt, courteous, attention.
Drive-In Window Service
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Ave,
Port St. Joe, Florida
Harland Pridgeon, Tax
for Gulf County, presented the pro-
giran to the Rotary Club last Thurs-
day at their regular meeting. Prid-
geon gave a few of the statistics
kept by his office that reflect bhe
growth of Gulf County.
The Tax Collector said that the
newly required boat .licenses in
Gulf County have far exceeded his
expectationss. Pridgeon 'said that
upon passage of the 'law, he order-
ed 250 licenses, feeling this would
be enough. To date, 448 pleasure
boats have been registered in Gulf
County. This does not include boats
carrying motors of less 'than 10
horsepower nor does it include
boats for hire.
Pridgeon' said' that the increase
in occupational licenses for busi-
ness flhi grown, too, showing a
T. W. DAVIS
'growth to sbuinewss trow htt Porest Fire Season HS tAR, Port Jto e*, Fla. THUfSDAY, OCTOBTMR 07, 190
the county In 1957 thwo wee 177Pr oclamatiO n Geor 0 Ag e So C r
lcene o and i 9 Approaching Say Ranger easily done without danger of fire you er may be your.
ceases were sold. Biera n ie9 7 As- Mayt of the City of Port Speaks to Kiwa i -s cThe frest ire be prepared before you strike the '
have shown ad de -aS.J", Do' a o-memersproach slowly. It won't be long now y o m y w eD TAway
permits in the county. As of Gi.v aolse G wueorge Y. Core gave Kiwanis before everyone will e cleaning l to burn, then ask or t. It is Your Old Furniture
there As mow wholehea s support to he Bicycle hunting enthusiasts the answer to iu.p and burning debris and trash ~asier to control a ire than it LET US
there only $4. !Safty Programiwhich starts here their D7ustration-at the vanishing repa r.sis r todcoonrol'a fternIt LET US
Automobile tags have also indl-v. es er ther under traton at th valing reparing for he winter. This is to bring it under control after it
oated a healthy increase during the Florid Safety Council nd the eof aorite huntin places at their escapes nto a wild re. R -UlSter
the past three years. In 1950 there PTA Saey Chairmen. The month reul aid Tuedat civilization nd t o th lub were Wa I you have a r t re hazard, contact your faded, torn and worn
4.037 tags sold in Gulf county. So of November will e Bicycle Safe- aid that c ation an G t of the club were Wayne your s n earnest forest ranger ands. ota ,arn
tar this year there have been 4,444 a into ds is ruinin the Seven and Richard Thompson ake a date with im to assist you.
tags sold, and ridgeon expects to T hunting in several places in the of the High ;School, Conrad Wil- He will cooperate .Yith'you to keep Trim Shop
'sell several more before the year !The purpose of the- program is county. He gave a for instance by lims and Bill Thompson of Port fire out of the forest. The forest
ends. Pridgeon said that the ag to- reduce the rsads of bicycle saying that his favorite turkey St. Joe and Lt. Gov. Pat Culp and service urges you to take car3 1' Corner Second and Reid
take for G(ulf County would amount riding for both young riders and hunting grounds would soon be C. Harrison of Panama City. your burning. work-the. property Creeod ___
to $85,000.00. He also noted, that others, iby training our iboye and. gone because of a new road. ...
the people of the county are going girls in riding skills, and in the ob- As a remedy Core said he had
'to the smaller and the heavier sertvance of safety and traffic rule ordered a few cat and varmint calls
cars, with fewer of the "plain" tags Increasing congestion of our and along with a .22 rifle was hav-
'being sold each year. As a contrast streets and highways daily increas- ing the time of his life, calling and
Pridgeon said that in 1953 only one es the hazards for. the careless or hunting small game which is not H .
WW tag was sold in Gulf Counaty. unskilled. Hundreds of deaths and restricted by seasons. "The -sport
'So far this year there have been thousands of non-fatal injuries each is there and the skill is there in
40 of this weight tag sold. ,year, due to collisions between bi- calling and' stalking these small is furnished to citizens of Port St. Joe four times weekly by Harden's Dairy -
Pridgeon said that oar sales in cycles and motor vehicles, alone, animals", said Core. :Some of the Gulf County s only producing dairy -- Harden's distributes those famous Bor-
Gulf County were down this year. warn of the need of such a pro- animals weren't ,so small as a pic- den's Dairy Products Borden's are producers
Last year 315 new care and 1,054 gram. ture displayed by Core bore wit-
v'sed cars were sold in 'the county. In particular, I call for the sup- ness. He had called up and killed a
This year 242 new cars have been port of parents and their children wildcat that was nearly as long as
sold and 872 used' cars. who ride Ibicycles. I urge that par- George was tall.
ents encourage ,heir hldren to In their !business ,session the Ki- M 1
Pridgeon said that the indebted- participate in the Satety Program 'wanis Club placed an order tor 300
ness of the people of Gulf County and to observe beycle safety rules 'fruit cakes to be sold this Thanks- of the highest quality, good taste, and guaranteed pure. While milk is our main
is climbing also. In 1958 $1,183,C54 for their own and others' safety. 'giving and Christmas. The sale of product we can furnish you many other dairy products. Delivery of these
worth of goods was purchased on J. L. SHARPP, Mayor the fruitcakes is an annual project products
the installment plan (this Lacludees ----the club.products
homes 'and property). In thia year -
the figure has climbed to $2,472,- l- |
805. Pridgeon said that the interest
,bill on this money, basing his fig- T I H
ures on 6% percent figures $362, b k
857.05 @or a year N
Guests of the club Thursday were but the housewife planning three meals a day. And every meal should include
Altfred 'Shuler of Apalachicola and a dairy product for good health. Give us a call for this convenient service.
Joe -Emanuel of Pensacola. PLENTY OF TREATS AT e
Society Meets At
Phi Ohapter of The Delta Kappa s D I
Gamma Society International met 1010 PALM BOULEVARD rd s D ir Prduct
at the Dixie Sherman Hotel Octo-
ber 15 at 50 p.m Mrs. r DOUBLE S & H GREEN STAMPS Phone Collect At Wewahitchka, NEwton 9-2421
One of the purposes of the Socie-
is "To endow scholarships to On All Purchases Thursday, Friday,, Saturday RESH EGGS MILK COTTAGE CHEESE
aid outstanding women teachers in : .
pursuing graduate study." SPORTSWEAR LINGERIE DRESSES DiTTEDMIL C AM
Phi 'Chapter's achievement for for Toddlei. Girls Teens Misses BUTT -RMILKt CREAM
the past biennium has been to as-
sist in raising 56 $2,500 scholar- '. ,M
ships 'and three $2,500 achievement -' : .
awards which were given 'to deserv-
ing teachers from every. state in
the United States and, six provinces
in 'Canada. These scholarships were
given at the nIternational Conven-
tion which was held i.' Miami,
Bea'h in, August
After the coffee hour .and busi-
ness session, Mrs. Marie. Hudson,
Chairman of the Initiation Commit-
tee, presented 'the new members
who were initiated and welcomed
into the chapter. Among these was
M1s. Lila Brouillette, Art. Supervi-
sor, Port St. Joe.
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