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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
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"Port S. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Aplhicolahaee ey
1'Port St. Joe--The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-ChattahoocheeValley"


THURSDAY, November 10, 1960


MONEY TALKS-Let's kee;--;
4 it where we can speak with It' ;.
once in a while-Trade with
your, home town. merchants.
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


Gulf Co. Stays


n Democrat Fold


Sharks Homecoming


Success



Edge Out Bonifay

Blue Devils 7-6

The Port St. Joe Sharks almost
had their homecoming spoiled iby
a hopped up Bonitay team as the
limping Sharks squeezed out a
seven to six victory over the Blue
Devils 'last *Friday night. The
Sharks were almost put out of the
football business as halfback-full-
back Jimmy Wilder was added to
the injured list on the isart play.
Fullback Ohesley Fensom was cal-
led in to take Wilder's place and
played beautifully despite a badly
sprained ankle Wilder's injury
was diagnosed 'as a fractured should
der blade and he will probably he
out for the rest of the season. Also
added to the injury list was half-
back Nelson Hall. The gritty Hall
suffered a bad knee injury and will
probably see no more action this
season.
Bonifay scored first after cap-
turing a St. Joe -fumble and went
on a. 40-yard march to score. The
Sharks stopped their extra (point
attempt that meant defeat for the
inspired BonAitay team.
The Sharks score came in the
second quarter on 'a pass from Jim-
any Wilder to Bob Muan. Munu
cbev-ed 30 yards to score. Munn
,u !, ..ored the extra 'point on 'a
determined run around right end.
Fumbles, pass interceptions and
75 yards 'of penalties combined to
stymie the Sharks scoring drives
throughout the 'game and the injury
riddled "backfield just couldn't
come up with the ibig play.
The Sharks travel to Quincy to-
nmorrow for their ninth game. The
Sharks, with a 4-3-1 record are not
expected to improve their record
this week. Quincy is currently tied
with Marianna for the conference
lead. Quincy defeated Chipley last
week 42 to 0. The 'Sharks were de-
feated earleir In the season 13 to
7 Iby Chipley. With the 'Sharks of-
fense almost out of business, the
defense will really have to play
its top game to stay in the con-
test with the Quincy Tigers.


THE YARDSTICK
'St. Joe


B


First Downs.........--..... 9
Yds. Rushing .........--- 112
Yds. [Passing ...... 58
Pass. Attempt. 13
Pass Comp. -_... 6
Had Intercepted .. 2
Fumbles lost ...----......---- 2
Yds. penalized ---......---- 75
----....------


onifay
5
62
43
13


Mexico Beach Votes 92%
A whopping 92% of the regis-
tered voters at Mexico Beach
turned out to cast their vote in
Tuesday's election.
Out of the 50 rgeistered voters,
46 cast their ballots. Many new-
comers to the beach area had
not fulfilled the residential re-
quirements in order to become a
voter in the State of Florida and
so, couldn't cast their votes.


Gunnm Construction

Co. Gets Contract

For Gulf School

In .their last regular meeting, the
Gulf County Board of Public In-
struction awarded to E. F. Gunn
Construction. Company of Port St.
Joe a contract to construct a new
Elementary School building in We-
wahitchka.
The new building will be com-
'posed of five classrooms, toilets
and .boiler-storage room. Construc-
t;,on will 'be of concrete block with
a ,pre-cast concrete roof and con-
crete floors. The 'contract included
all plumbing, 'heating and electrical
work. The new ,building will con-
tain approximately 4,500 square
feet.


Mill Announces




Labor Cut-Back


100 Workers

Face Job Loss

One hundred workers of .the 'St.
Joe iPaper Company mill will beha
laid toff indefinitely 'sometime. af-
ter Thanisglsiving", according to T.
S. Coldewey, Yvice president in.
charge of operations.
The company vice president said


B. W. Hartman, of Panama City the mill's fourth shift, composed of
is architect -for the school building. approximately 100 workers, will be
The Gunn Company bid $51,699 laid off for an indefinite .,period
for the 'work. Other 'bids received following the next Mill shut-down
were: Carswell 'Construction Corn- which is expected to occur after
pany, $55,255; Hourdequin Con- Thanksgiving.
struction Company, $54,367; Rain- Union members were presented
ey and Fortenberry, $56,260; Lark with the company Dlan-for a cut-
Construction Company, $62,157; >ack. The United Paper Makersand


Kolmetz Construction Company,
$60,528; Pumphrey Construction
Company $71,890. and Robert A.
Fleming Construction Company,
$55,500.
School Board member Otis Pyle
made the motion to -award the con-
tract to Gunn as low bidder, sec-
onded by C. E. Boyer.


Paper Workers of Local 379 and
379A voted on the plan last Thurs-
'lay night.
"Apparently," the vice president
said, "they have accepted the plan."
He said he had not heard, official
reports of the voting, but a meet-
ing was scheduled ,between man-.
agement leaders and union officials


"I CROWN THEE HOMECOMING QUEEN"-Football team captain,
Howard Lovett ,crowns Miss ,Catherine Williamson Port St. Joe
High School Homecoming Queen' at half time- ceremonies last
Friday night. (Star 'photo)

MISS CATHERINE WILLIAMSON

CROWNED HOMECOMING QUEEN


Miss Catherine Williamson, a
senior at the Port St. Joe High
School, was crowned homecoming
queen at half-time ceremonies
Friday night. Miss Williamson
was crowned by Howard Lovette
football captain, in impressive
ceremonies at mid-field
Queen Catherine was escorted
to her position for the crowning
ceremony by a court of 14 attehd-
dants composed of Barbara Mil-
ler, Jimmy Dawson, Mavis Ken-
nedy, Donnie Mack Young, Ann
Mosely, Jimmy Wilder, Madelyn
Gill, Bob Munn, Carolyn Kenne-
dy, Bob Kerrigan, Charlene Raf-


field, Pat McFarland, Rita Coop-
er and Steve Kennedy.
Little Sherry TIllman and Jim
Faison bore the Queen's bouquet
and crown.
Queen Catherine and Captain
Howard were chosen by mem-
bers of the Shark football squad
to reign during Homecoming fes-
tivities.
Winning floats in the Home-
coming parade were judged and
winners announced were, 11th
grade float, first prize; Mrs. W.
C. Ivey's Art Class, second prize;
and Mrs. Mary Ann McConnell's
7E section, third prize.


Four Injured In Wreck Friday Night


Four persons were injured Fri-
day night four miles south of We-
wahitchka on State Road 71 when
the car in which they were riding
ran off the road, according to re-
ports from the Florida Highway
Patrol.
The injured were listed as Earl
Boone, 18, of Wewahitchka (also
listed as the driver of the vehicle),
Mr. and Mrs. Terral Glass of Wewa-
hitchka and 18-year-old Charlotte
Ealine Walker of Port St. Joe.
Miss Walker suffered the most
extensive injurise. Her right leg
and a finger were reported broken.


The 'others received lacerations.
The accident car was termed -a
total loss by FHP 'officials.
Leaving the road on the left side


FULLBACK CHESLEY FENSOM (No. 33) chalks up one of his long
*gains't Bonifay last Friday night. He is aided above as Howard
Lovett (No. 25) blocks out a Bonifay tackler (No. 10). Fensom did
a fine job of running Friday night even though he had a ,badly
sprained ankle. (Star photo)


First Methodist Church To Sponsor

Christian Workers School Next Week


the vehicle traveled 201 feet off the The First Methodist Church will
road then crossed bact over the sponsor *a Ch r istian Worker's
pavement for 121 feet and turned School for three nights next week.
vethree times, FHP reports said. Classes will begin on Monday eve-
The driver, charged with driving ning at 7:00 p.m. Two 50-minute
while ,intoxicated, was placed in periols will 'be held each evening
the Gulf County jail in Wewahitch- through Wednesday. There will be
ka. a break for refreshments between
the two periods each evening.


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Tomlinson Assails Assessor


Ratarian M. P. TPOlRUwmnn1ke


by stating thtt TheS tate setsthe volved.


iwiarian in.. ivnu -rwu wyw--- -- m--- ,-- -- --
to the Club Thursday on -the "mess" valuation of utilities and, as a re-
in the Gulf County Tax Assessor's sult, tpercentagewise, they are the
office. Tomlinson (pointed out that highest valuations in -Gulf County.
no political subdivision in the coun- Tomlinson pointed out that of
ty had ever had a tax assessor em- $227,000 In mortgages on property
played who had past experience recorded last year, only $87,000 in
with their job. "Thus, the entire valuation for these same properties
property valuations throughout the appear on the tax assessor's books
county is 'below par-especially as their valuation. He (pointed out
the county valuations", Tomlinson that the $227,000 was the mortgage
said. value of .the property and ,the ac-
Tomlinson pointed out that con- tual cost of theaproperty was in all
Lrary to public ,opinion, public util- probability 40 to 50 percent higher
cities in the county were the most than the mortgaged amount. He -as-
over-taxed properties in Gulf, Coun- certained that between $300,00 to
ty. Tomlinson brought out this faot $400,000 worth of property was in-


As to the inequities, Tomlinson
pointed out that the Tax Assessor
has a salary of .$9,000.00 a year.
"The average .school .teacher in
Gulf County-far better qualified
for their job than the Tax Asses-
sor-draws only $5,000 a year".
Tomlinson laid the blame for this
low salary structure at the feet ot
the Tax Assessor for unrealisic
valuations.
Otis Pyle, manager of the St. Joe
.\lo'or Club was taken into .the
Club Thursday as a new memb H'.


Billy Buzzett, Rotarian of Aoa-
tachicola .was a visitor-.


Three courses will ;be offered in
this school. "The Use of the Bible
With Children" willjbetauzht bv


the course as 'well as to earn cre-
dit for taking the course.
Though :the Methodist Church is
sponsoring the school, it is open to
any interested persons in the Port
St. Joe area. 'Methodist teachers
and workers from Mexico Beach,
Highland View, Overstreet and
IIoneyville have been issued spe-
cial invitations through their pas-


sometime this week and a report
:'f the unfons will be given; This
meeting 'had not yet been held at
-press *tife yesterday afternoon.
rh -far, the -mila n section of the
paper company has had 11 shut-
downs this year-each for a week
to 10-day period, Ooldewey com-
mented.
Workers in the container divi-
sion of the plant will niot be affect-
ed by the shut-downs, the vice
,president said.
: :There ,area 714. workers in the
mill division. With the suspension
of our-th shift, operations, workers.
O:n :the.other three shifts may ex-
-peot.a five-day.'a week employment,
Coldewey said.-.
S"The shortage of orders has
made such a step necessary," 'the
operations officer explained.
He added, "I don't see the pic-
ture brighter for us until the end
of .1961."
* The vice president would not
speculate on when .workers of the
touirth shift -would hbe put back to
work after the shut-down.


Kiwanis To Begin

Fruit Cake Sale

The Port S', Joe 7iwauis Club
announced this vi 'ek ,that -it will
begin sale of their famous Claxton
fruit cakes next week in time for
the Thanksgiving holidays. The
original order of 300 cakes is here
and a Kiwanian will be approach-
ing you for a sale,
Next Tuesday at 12:45 p.m. the
Kiwanis 'Club will -dedicate a new
tennis court they have construct-
ed on the property-of- the Port St.
Toe High School. The court is be-


BACKS,



KENNEDY


Gulf County went -the way of.,the
nation Tuesday and-.ga'ye its,. nod
to. Senator -John F. Kennedy to-tae
President .of :the United Statess.tor
the next. four. years., .
Gulf County, as expected,' also
voted. a straight Dam'Qcratic. ticket
in the state..offices..naming all the
Democratic candidates- as their faV.-
orites in. a: lop sided margin. that
gave. the Relublicans creeping.linto
the state, no hope 'at. all of carry-
ing Gulf County for some years
to come.
Official tabulations for the coun-
ty were not complete at press `time
yesterday afternoon at.:.3.0 butaun-
official returns were available and
show definitely which trend Gulf
County "took in .the election.
Gulf gave Kennedy and his run-
r Ing 'mate, Lyndon' Johnaon. a re-
sounding victory 'over Vice.:Presi-
dent Richard 'M.. Nixon and Henry
Caibot ,Lodge ;by a margin of 2,120
to 632.
In the Governor's race, Gulf gave
Farris Bryant 2,434 'votes against
126 for Republican George. C. Pe-
tersen.
Tom Adamns was given another
large margin in 'his race for Secre-
tary of State. Adams polled 2,322
to 123 for Repulblican Percy W.
Th ompson. -
J. Edwin Larson polled 2,340
votes to 129 for his opponent
Charles R. Fischer.
Attorney General Rie.di'I E- fo
carriedO Gulf with 2.32! votes ... 19
for' Republican Carl V. Wisne-r. Jr.
Tom Bailey, running for another
term as State Superintendent of
Public Instruction polled 2,328 'to
138 for Gilbert P. Richardson.
Gulf gave Ed Mason 2,283 votes
for Railroad and Public Utilities
Commissioner against 148 for his
Republican opponent, Victor A.
Rule.
No other candidates on the Gulf


bug dedicated in memory of the County ,ballot were opposed by Re-
late V. R. Anderson, the last char- publicans.
tfer mnemiber of the club. The pub- Of the Constitutional Aniend-
lic is Invited to attend the dedi- 'ments, all 'passed the state with
cation. the exception of Amendments Three
For the program in Tuesday's and Four which had to do with
meeting, Rev. Boyd Underwood, changing procedures in the Fresh
pastor of the Presbyterian Church Water Fish and Game Commission
'gave the club an inspiring message and placing the ,practice of dividing
on the subject, "Finding Better up race track funds evenly to the
Treasures With Our Religious Her-! different counties in the state into
itage." the Constitution. These two failed
Two new members were taken over 'the state. Gulf voted against
into the club Tuesday. They were, the Fresh Water Fish and Game
Don Rutland, new manager of Vit- Amendment 994 against and 573
ro and Dr. Conrad Williams. for. Gulf voted tor the other amend-
Guests of the club were 'Sonny meant, asking that the race track
Eells and James Gibson both from funds division practice be written
the Port St. Joe High School. into the 'Constitution 1,032 for and
S. 363 against.
S| Gulf went with the rest of the
Civitan Club State on the other four amendments
Saipproving them. Gulf aunroved


Boib Sidwel was the guest speak-
er at the regular meeting of the
Civltan Club of Port St. Joe held
at the St. Joe Motel Monday night
November 7. Sidwell's subject was,
"Facts About Pall-out" It was very
informative and interesting. He
also gave an item per item account
of 'countv funrd ndnow amnnrD riat.ed


Amendment No. 1, 941 to 373; Num-
ber 2, 1,142 to 245; Number 5, 665
to 430 and Number 6, 698 to 370.
Approximately 2,750 of Gulf's
3,200 voters cast their ballots Tues-
day.


Beach Association

Elects New Officers


Mrs. J. F. Claridy of Phenix City, Mrs. Joe Hunter Passes for Civil Defense expenditures. The -
Alabama. This course is for teach- Away In Wewahitchka Items mentioned were communica- At the regular monthly meeting
ers and parents of children. "In- Last rites were held, for Mrs. tions -equipment, electrical facili- of the Mexico Beach Business As-
terpreting the Bible to Youth" will Lula Hunter, age 74 from the We- ties and water purification units. sociation held November 7, new of-
be taught by Rev. Walter Albritton wahitchka First Baptist Church This equipment is now located in ficers were elected to serve the
of Pensacola. This course is for Wednesday morning at 10:30 a.m. various parts of Port St. Joe and coming term.
Youth teachers and workers and Rev. W. A. Frye, assisted by Coyt Gulf County and in serviceable con- Richard Fortner, retiring presi-
for parents of youth. "The Use of Jordan officiated at the services. edition in case of disaster or emer- dent, called the meeting to order.
Ithe Bible in Teaching Adults" will' Burial was In Jehu Cemetery in ge ; A financial report was -submitted
be taught by Rev. J. C. Carmichael, V/ewahitchka. The Civitans had as their guests by the treasurer, Al Renner.
the local pastor. This course is for Mrs. Hunter passed away at her William R. (Bo) Williams and After the usual order of .business,
adult teachers and all adults in- home in Wewahitchka Monday af- Robin Downs. Both were elected election was held for new officers.
terested in learning more about the ternoon at 6:15 p.m. She had been by the Junior High and Senior High George Holland was voted in as
Bible. a resident of Gulf County for 68 student body of Port St. Joe High the new ,president. Other officers
The School will open with 'a gen- years. She was the wife of Joe School to (be Citizens of the Month. elected were: Mrs. Betty Kochem,
oral assembly in the Church Sanc- Hunter, Gulf County's first clerk The steak and bean contest end- vice-president; Al Renner was re-
tuary Monday evening at 7:00 p.m. of the circuit court. ed in a tie. The run-off will be for elected to serve again as treasurer
After general instructions are giv- Survivors include her husband, attendance only beginning the last and Morris Missler was elected see-
en and materials are made avail- Joe of Wewahitchka; one aon, J. meeting in January 1961 and end- retary.
able, the classrooms will be assign- H. Hunter of Kalamazoo, Mich and 'ing the last meeting in February. The new president appointed a
ed and the first session will begin, three grandchildren. Those mmebers not in attend- special executive board consisting
It is important that all sessions be Comforter Funeral Home was in ance at this meeting missed a very of the following: Joe Hewitt, W. 0.
attended to get the full benefit of charge of arraagemets. informative session. Cathey and Richard Fortner.


TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR


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Port St. Joe Historical Sodety

Held Regular Meeting Last Saturday

The .regular meeting of the St. Plans were discussed and 'will be
Joseph Historleal Society was held revealed .at a later date concerning
Saturday, November 5 at 3:00 p.m. a local display commemorating the
in the Cham'ber Room of the Muni- Centennial year of the War Be-
cipal Building. Mrs. Ned S. Porter, tween the States which begins in
president, (presided at the meeting. April 1961. --
Mrs. R. H. Brinson reported that Plans are also being formulated
six dozen brick from the old city for the annual dinner meeting
of SL Joseph have been donated which will be held in. January or
to the St. Joseph Historical Socie- February of 1961.
ty by Mrs. B. L. Presnell. Each Members present for the meet-
brick ,bears the stamp, "England". ing were Mrs. Ned S. Porter, Mrs.
The brick were unearthed and R. H. Brinson, Rep. Cecil G. Cos-
transported to Port St. Joe by R. tin, Jr., and Charles B. Smith.
H. Brinson. The brick will be used
to construct a walk in the old St.
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josep li tamery.
A project report was made by
Mrs. Ned S. Porter of the progress
being made by the Society in con-
tacting al members of the Florida
,Senate and House of Represneta-
tives whose counties 'and districts
Lent delegates to the Oonstitution-
al Convention held at St. Joseph in
.1838. The Society is requesting da-
ta, papers and pictures of the dele-
gates extant to ibe used In a future
project. Thirty eight letters have
been mailed and the remainder will
,be .imaied this week. The response
has been. gratifying and several
letters of response are now on file
In the Society's records. Rep. Ce-
cil G. Costin, Jr., -has been very
co-operative in aiding the Society
in this project.

Hospital Auxiliary
Needs Winter Clothes

- The Hispital Auxiliary's Thrift
.Shop has had numerous requests
(or winter clothing, especially for
children and men. Anyone wishing
to donate clothing to this worthy
organization may call any of the


Meets At Church

The First Basptist WMU Circle
No. 1 met Monday at the church
for their regular business meeting
with 17 members present.
Mrs. Milton, Chatin, president,
presided at the meeting. Good, re-
rports from all chairmen were re-
ceived.
Royal .Service program will be
observed Monday, November 14
with Circle Two in chageq. All
members are urged to be present
and visitors are welcome.
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NEWS FROM

Highland View
By BETTY CREAMER

Mr. and Mrs. Pat Patterson and
daughter, Patsy visited friends and
relatives in Westville during the
week end.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. ,Peterson and
daughter Kathy spent a few days
in DeFunisk 'Springs with Mrs. Pe-
terson's father, Jay Laird and- vis-
ited in Samson, Ala., with Mr. Pe-


will 7i rI. L.. Jearn she is a patient. Lima beans, cheese wedges, but- Thanksgiving lunch. Turkey and rHE STAR, Poet St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, November 10, 9.60
at the MTunlcipal Hospital, this tered spinach, hot rolls. fruit jello. dressing, snap beans, cranberry -....
week. We wish her a speedy re- Monday, Novmeber 21 eau.oe, combination salad, cookies, have been visiting with .Mrs. Watt, Ia. During this time, Mrs. Watts
cover. Barbecue beef on rice, buttered Parkerr house rolls and milk. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Por- will. remain In Port 'St. Joe.
Mrs. J. V. Cannington and Mr. spinach, carrot sticks, donuts, er for the past three weeks. Cap-'
and dMrs. Bryon Roberts visited in white bread and milk. Visit Parents tain Watts left Sunday for a year's
Tallahasse eand St. Marks during Tuesday, November 22 Captain and Mrs. Jack Watts tour of duty to.Point.Barfrow,. Alas- ... Want .Ada -Get Fast Results
the week end.
Mr., and Mrs; Raymontd Burrows
-and MrA.SC-CMesaspent-Wed- -
nesday aftfehoon in Panama City.
-Mr. Mrs. Tad'Coley of OLDSMOBILE planned, built
Sneads visited their daughter, Mrs. I[ and priced the sparkling new
Sidney Gordon and .family Satur- *- J F-85 specifically for the buyer


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day.
Drew Minger apent the week end
in Westville. He was accompanied
home' by his.mother, who will visit
hian for a while.
Mr.'and Mrs. W. B. Messer of
Lynn Haven visited with the B. A.
Peters during the week end.
We welcome to our community
the C. *C. Butler family. They are
residing in 'one of the Branch ap-
artments.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hersey had
as her guest 'this week her -daugh-
ter, Mrs. Brinson O'Bryan and faan-
lly of Gainesville.



Elementary School

Lunchroom Menu

Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, November 14
,Corn beet stew, sliced tomato,
cheese wedges, cherry pie, white
bread and milk.*
Tuesday, November 15
'Sloppy joe on ibuns, snap beans,
cabbage slaw, chocolate cake and
milk.
Wednesday, November 16
'Cheeseburgers, buttered potatoes,
sliced tomatoes, onions- and dills,
peaches and milk.
Thursday, November 17
Turkey pie, English peas, lettuce,
and tomato salad, 'banana pudding,
white bread and milk.
Friday, November 18


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MR. AND MRS. GAYLORD SEVERSON
---photo by Lynart Studio

Miss Sara Harper Becomes Bride of

Gaylord Severson In Oct. 25 Ceremon

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Harper of White City announce the
marriage on October 25 of their daughter, Miss Sarah Harper to
Gaylord Severson,- son of Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Severson of Ar-
cadia, Wisconsin.


The White City Baptist Church
was the setting for the lovely can-
dlelight ceremony, with Rev. C. A.
Lumdy, pastor, officiating.
The arch over the Baptistry was
outlined with anagnolia leaves and
Slotthern smilax with the focal
point being a large fan-shapde ar-
rangement of white gladioli, 'white
pomn-pom chrysanthemums and fern
in 'the center of the rostrum. On
either aide of the ,church were nine-
ibranich circular candelabra featur-
ing spraysi of white gladioli and


fern.
(Preceding .the ceremony, a pro-
gram of mnuptial music was render-
ed 'by *Miss Martha B'lackwell at
the piano. Mrs. Bill Harper was vo-
cal soloist, with selections sung at
points during the exchange of
vows. They were "Whither Thou
Goest", "I Love You Truly" and
at the close of ,the ceremony, "The
Lord's Prayer".
Donald' Grossman served the
groom as (bes tnan, wtth. David


'S.


Rich and Joe Evans as ushers. buttgns. The iboftant. Airt was e.tmdet honeymoon to Wo1too.ntn, THE. STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, November 10, 1960
Since the groom's parents were 'scalloped at the hem. Her fingertip with atop at pontsJ of IAterest
unable to attend, Mr. and Mrs. S. 'Tell of nylon illusion fell gracefully alongg t oute. tUpon-ther return The 'bride is a 1960 .graduate of last week after a visit tn Charlotte,
C. Pridgeon. sat in for them. Mrs. from a tiara of tiny pearls forming they will ibe 'at home in Miami St. Joe High School. The N C., with her son and family, Mr.
Pridgeon wore a navy sheath dress small hearts. She carried a cas- wihe Mr. 'Severon attends college groom received his education in and Mrs. Domald Ramsey and her
with a corsage of white carnations, cade:oft steihanotis,- llles-bof-the-val- there. Arcadia, Wisconsin, having just n)w .granddaughter, Lynn. Yarte.
Mre. Harer, and other of the ride leyatin eaes -centerd wite orchid For traveling, the bride wore a completed a tour of duty with the She also visited with Mrs.. William
wore a nay and white dress ea- single purple throated white orchid turquosefitted fall ut with black Air Force in England. Routh and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mee-
turing .a large white collar. Her on asatand lace covered Ble -os. Her crsage wa a 4 kins and children. Mrs. Routh and
corsage was a byurple throated TheBibe of the Msented to single purple throated white or- Visits In S. C. Mrs. Meekins are fomner residents
white orchid. by members-of the WMS and YWA shg Irps.Edroatn R^m se returned Port"St.Joe.
Maid of honor was Miss Carolyn of her- church in a ceremony the ehid. Mrs. Edwin 'Ramsey returnedof Po 'St. Joe.
Starling. Her dress was of orchid preceding week. _. __.
taffeta and featured a round neck- Following the ceremony a recep-
line and fitted cummerbund with tion was held in the -educational
bouffant skirt. She wore a shoulder building of the church. Guests 'were
length orchid veil ,attached to a greeted ,by the receiving line after
matching taffeta headband.- Her which they were invited to sign
'bouquet was a nosegay of white the bride's book which was kept 'by
carnations with orchid s atin M-rs. .David Rich. She wore a for-
streamers. m nal of orchid net over taffeta. Her.
Bridesmaids 'were Miss Elizabeth corsage, was of white carnations. U.s. Marines
Harper, sister of the bride aid Miss Behind the bride's table was an
Laura Sewell. Their costumes were arch of greenery with a cluster of
identical to that of the maid of wedding i-bells -attached to love I.S.AirCorps
I 'honor. They carried nosegays of .birds,.-Under- the arch were two U. Navy
white carnations with orchid :satin seven-branch candleabra.
streamers. The bride's. table was covered
Ricky Harper served as ring with a lace cloth. The three-tiered
bearer, carrying the rings .on, a wedding.. 'cake centered the' table
white satin -pill'ow with a. thick with' threelbraneh -crystal candel-
ruffle of orchid net. Little 'Miss De- albra .on either side. Orchid and
!lores Daniell was :flower girl. .Her white rosebuds decorated the cake
Dress was identical 'to the other 'with the traditional bride and
attendants carrying out the orchid groom on top., Around the base of U.. Annm WAC
and white theme. She carried a bas- the cake was fern 'and yellow daf-
ket of flower petals which she fodils set in puffs of orchid net.
dropped in the bride's path. 'Serving 'punch and wedding cake
The bride was given in marriage 'to 'the guests were Mrs. Lillie Ech-
by her father. She 'was -a picture of ols in a Iblue lace ruffled formal,
luovliness in a waltz length gown Mrs. Drexel Lundy in pink :tulle
'of embroidered nylon 'illusion over over satin -and rs. James Horton
!white satin. The bodice featured- in yellow lace and tulle over satin.. 7
a high neckline with rounded col- All wore corsages of white carn Coast Cuar
'lar. The aong leaves tapered overtions. WAVISand SPARS
'the hands fastened with tiny satin I The firide and groom left for an
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THU.R!SDAY, November 10, 1960


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Dead Lakes- am Busted, Too Much

Water And Not Enough Steel


From Gulf County Breeze
The newly-oompleted Dead Lakes
Dam is busted. -
Thedsm, which has .been.complet
ed for the past five weeks, began
to develop a couple of"crooks" in
it on the western alde, according to
Harland Pridgeon, liaison officer


: The center section of the. danm,
the liaison officer said, was sturdy
until the avalanche of water pour-
ing over it after the removal of
fthe stop 'logs undemnined the sup-
porting foundation.
- The dam, composed of a bulwark
of 'sheet steel, is .three and a al.f


for the Dead Lakes Water. anage-. eet above the -below dam water
meant District. level. (at the time of .the break_
In order to take some of the :.Engineers of the Converse Com-
pressure off the crooks, engineers Ipany are studying the problem and
of th eJ. B. Converse and Conm- will present recommendations to
pany of Mobile, Ala., engineers for the Dead Lakes Water Manage-
'the dam, advised. the. Dead: Lakes meant group as soon as their find.
Water 'Management officials to pu I ings rare completed, Pridgeon said.
out a few stop. logs at the gate of "We are hoping to have the dam
the dam and allow some of the back in order by the first of the
backed up water to drain off, Prid- year," Pridgeon commented.


eoon said.
GATE STOPS PULLED
The gate is located in .the cen-
ter of the dam. When the stop
logs were removed, .water began to
churn over with sufficient force to


Plans call for nmeoving 'angle
braces on the low side, driving new
piling at 'the same angle, but this
'time until hard bottom is reached.
LIMITED BUDGET
"Originally," the liaison officer


dig a hole around' the eastion of said, "the engineers advised that
the dam, causing the batter piling's the vertical pilings and batter p1l-
to give, and the dam now sags, 'ing be sunk deeper into the river
Pridgeon said'. bed than' ,what we were able to af-
Construction engineers then told tord. We were operating on lim-
the management group to remove ited budget. As it wds, the project
alloft the stop logs at the gateand cost $137,000, half of which was
drain the lakes to their original paid tby the state."
level. Gulf County Road Depart- Pridgeon .said when the project
ment crews, using a derrick remov- vas started, the' engineers figured
ed the stop logs from the gate S'at- it would take 6,740 feet of sheet
urday morning, October and the png for the dam, ut, at comple-
........ .. ^ ...... ..-- .AP + lo... g -


waters of the ta u.


tCdo of the dam construction, over
13,000 feet had been used.
According to 'the liaison officer,
officials of 'the Converse Company
said it will not cost any more to
sink piling into the solid founda-
tion of the river bed now than it
would have cost to do it while the
dam was under construction.
Estimates of construction cost of
the dam with pilings driven into
a 'solid foundation were about
$200,000, Pridgeon said.
"We're going to drive the piling
down next time, no matter how
anuch it takes, until we get a solid
barrier," .he said.
DAM FINANCING
Financing for the Gulf-Oalhoun
County half of 'the project is being
done through the addition of a half
mill on ad valorem taxes and -a
charge of $1.25 tor yearly fishing
permits in the Dead Lakes.
The first crooks in the dam were
caused, the lake official said, when

the water level' of the Apalachicola
River ,OCtoff- dropped. ,below the
datm. This caused the pressure to
become greater on the buttress
had since the pilings 'were in soft
soil, 'the dam sagged under the
force.
-"We've had to experiment as we
have gone along," Pridgeon said.
"We wanted the dam, but we had
to operate on a limited budget."




HEALTH

TOPICS MD

A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine,
Your Iocal Medical Society and the
Florida Medical Association.
DESIRABLE ATHLETICS
FOR CHILDREN
Is there too much emphasis
an national and international
competitive sports for children?
And what constitutes desirable
athletics for children? These
considerations are much in the
thoughts and programs of phy-
sicians' who specialize in the
health of children.
They believe that physical ed-
ucation and athletic programs
should be for all children rather
than for some children. Provi-
sion is needed not only for the
talented and physically adept
child, but for the slow learner
and the handicapped. There
should be opportunity for chil-
dren to be more than spectators.
For the young child, activities
should be geared to help him
grow and develop, and they
should be a part of the joy of
living. In and out of school
throughout the year, the child
needs opportunity for action.
Suitable athletics will'serve him
as a wholesonie outlet for his
natural energy. -
Before taking part in a for-
malized athletic program, a child
should have a complete medical
examination to be protected
against activities which might
cause injuries or illnesses. For
children, the program to be de-
sired is activity it which the
community takes an interest in-
cluding the combined efforts of
parents, teachers, schools, recre-
ation leaders and physicians.
Every athletic program should
have behind it adults who can
see to it that there are proper fa-
cilities, necessary safeguards and
fair play.
The primary obi-ctive of an
. athletic program siculd be the
total well-being of the child:
physically, mentally, socially and
spiritually. This is a high goal,
but one which should be kept
constantly in sight.


'Dream Job' Helps Crippled Tofs


Dorothy Buck is so happy
today in her "dream job" as a
top-rank physical therapist that
she's given no serious thought
to marriage.
But attractive Miss Buck is
more than a physical therapist,
fascinating as that field is to a
young woman who loves chil-
dren and has a particularly
warm spot in her heart for
those disabled by birth defects.
At famed New York Univei'sity
Medical Center in New York
City she is administrative as-
sistant in the Children's Divi-
sion. The medical college of
the University is aided by the
New March of Dimes.
Hers is probably the only
"dream job" of its kind in the
nation, she says.
"With these tots, new prob-
lems arise every hour dealing
with walking and crawling, and
devising new ways of doing
both. And that means a chal-
lenge every hour. There's noth-
ing routine about my job," the
brunette and hazel-eyed ther-
apist says. "And for that I'm
grateful."
She tells how she made a ca-
reer in physical therapy and of'
her interest in The National
Foundation's -professional edu-
cation program which, in this
one field alone, offers annually
103 March of Dimes scholar-
ships of $500 each to applicants
in all 50 states and Puerto Rico.
She studied first at McGill
University, Montreal. Next, this
enterprising young woman en-
listed in the women's division
of the Royal Canadian Air
Force and taught physical edu-
cation and rehabilitation at the
Boundary Bay Base near Van-
couver. She then obtained a
bachelor of science degree in
physical therapy at New York
University; worked at Bellevue
Hospital in New York City
with patients stricken with a
wide variety of disabilities; and
later by attending night classes


Dorothy Buck extends encoura
of Staten Island, N. Y.,
she telescoped a two-year
course into one year in guid-
ance and personnel adminis-
tration.
"What is so satisfying about
the profession of physical ther-
apy," she explains, "is that
we treat the patient as a whole.
We don't restrict ourselves to
the immediate disability at
hand. And in the case of handi-
capped children, we also find
ourselves 'treating' and 'teach-
ing' their parents-telling them
that when the great day dawns
that Susie or Tommy can leave
us, rigorous physical therapy
must continue and that father


igement to Bobby Schnurr, 10,
a birth defects victim.
and mother must serve as
home therapists.
"For any young woman with
the normal desire to help
others in difficulty, particularly
children, there is no more de-
sirable career than one in
physical therapy," she says.
"It's certainly far better than
pulverizing 'j typewriter or
taking someone'.: fractured dic-
tation. '
Finally, ever. if Dorothy Buck
has no immediate thoughts
about marriage for herself, she
argues that there's no reason
why a physical therapist can't
have a career and a family too.


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FORT JACKSON, 8. C.-Reortit
Henbert H. ,Swatts, son of Mr.. and
Mrs. Ralph A. Swabtts of 205 Sth
S:r,'et, Port .St.- Joe, has Ibeen &6a
signed to Oomipany A, 5th Battai-
ic," 5th' TrainIng Regiment at Fort
Jackson, S. C. for -eight wee atof
Basic Oombat Training. This' Is his
first phase of six months cti've d'a-
ty ,raining with the U. S. Army
and a part of -the obligation hoe in-
curred upon enlisting in the Na-
tional Guard. His National Guara
unit is Co. A, 124th Armored Divi-
sion, Infantry Battalion, Apalchbi-
cola
James A. Wtlaims, son of Mr. and
Mr. Ben 0. William's of Port St.
Joe has been assigned to 'Company
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nment at Fort Jackson, S. C., for
eight weeks of Basic Com0bat Train-
ing. This is his dirst phase of six
amonthiS active duty training with
the U. S.-Anmy and 'a part of-his
obligation ,e incurred upon enlist-
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National Guard unit is Co. A, 124th
Armored Division, Infantry Baottal-
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Bride-Elect Is
Honored At Shower
The White City home ft Mrs. Tee
Hicks was recently the. Setting for
a bridal shower In honor of Miss.
Sarah Harper.
The guests were. greeted at the
door by Mrs. Hicks, and' invited to
the bridal table where the many
lovely gifts were on. display.
The room was decorated with
seasonal greenery and wild' flow-
ers with the Interest center being.
a large fan-shaped arrangement of
yellow an.d white chrysanthemums
and orchid wild lower&

Worship With Us
CHURCH of the
NAZARENE
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.
Prayer Meeting


PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Sixth Street Rev. Boyd B. Underwood, Minrster '
CHURCH SCHOOL- 9:45 A.M. 'fi
SMorning Worship 11:.00. a.m.a 5
"A Dedicated Life"
Young People's MIetling .. 6 80 p.ftt."'
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
"Cionfl.ct With -the Dwevl"
Prayer Service (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
A CORDIAL WELCOME AWAITS YOU!


THE CHURCH OF GOD
of Highland View
,- WELCOMES YOU -
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR R 6:0 P.M.
! EVANGEBISTI. SERVICE "840W0P;M.
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Weiesiday)
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 77:30 p.m.


PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH


T=! honpree wgrOp lovly .white ochrysantheanms. Iappolt.ed b owi eald iewed tihe
ziy e liffon dress with a white Assisting in serving the Lguests many .1SIely.- f, 1 5i'Fg a set
and: pntk chrysanthawuinm corsage. punch and cake were Mrs. Lillie
Mrs. Janps H.arper, mother of the Echols, Mrs. Drexel Lundy -and sh4ed b th ,osseS.
honoree wore a tall dress:of red !Mrs; Bob .Smith. A otae recording was ade of
and blaok with a corsage of yellow i Many guests -called during the he hne ee tmp nd w as"lyed
.- -..eld tgiftsat and wfis played
--- back- at the :ess of' he A showr.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend -iss HrP, erw mare'
Gaylord .. Sever srn n October'25
I .. L .. ..i aLat the White City Baptist Church.
I~~~~~~~~ A I-A rL .^


Long lAve. Ddapist %urcnl
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 7:80 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .-.. 7:80 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BAu. 7-3161


Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
Presbyterian Women SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
S W ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
Meet At Church TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
Te geera eetngofthePres- The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
byterian Womeniof the-Ohlurch met weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convindes.
Wdesday, November 7 in the The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
church auditorium% 'with 10 mema
bers present. The .meeting was op- er and committee chairmen. THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
ened with prayer:.by-'Mrs. Nell Mit- A -skit type program was pre- THURSDAY, November 10, 1960
chell. Mrs. J&e arrot, : secretary, sented iby the members entitled,
'calde the rOll d read the min- "Life In His Name". Scripture Henry Campbell, WOC president.
utes of the last meeting. Various was read by Mrs. T. E. FPerritt. *
I reports were=given: by the treasur- The meeting was .closed ;by Mrs. Want Ads Get Fast Results
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nonoreu py.LuUgU
Odd Fellowship shone most re-
siplendently in Port St. Joe on the
evening of October 28 when mem-
,bers of Samaritan Lodge, No. 40
and Melody Rebekah Lodge No. 22
gathered at the American Legion
Home to honor W. 0. Forehand,
who has been an active and en-
thusiastic Odd Fellow for 61 years.
Mr. Forehand, who thinks young,
acts young, and lives young, recent-
ly celebraetd his 95th birthday.
Eighty-five people were seated at
the banquet -table. C. W. Long was
master of ceremonies and intro-
duced ,distinguished guests from
St. Petersburg, Tallahassee, Lynn
Haven, DeFuniak Springs and
Miamisburg, Ohio.
Dr Witt Crosby, Deputy Grand
Mastor of the Grand Lodge of Flor-
ida, presented 'Mr. Forehand with
his 60 year pin which 'was pinned
on in an impressive manner by
Mrs. Forehand. Mrs. Eliza Lawson
was escort for Mr. Forehand and
Mrs. Mary Weeks escorted Mrs.
Forehand 'and presented her with
an, -arm bouquet of roses, a gift
from Mrs. Lawson.
Mrs. Flora Long then led the
officers of Melody Rebekah Lodge
.in -a graceful march which 'ended
in a courtesy in which each' par-
ticipant used one of the letterss of
'Mr. Forehand's name in verse 'thus
forming an acrostic which spelled
his name.
The members of Theta Rho Girl's
Club, No. 2 of Lynn Haven gave a
beautiful candlelight courtesy that
made those present sensitive to
all' that is noblest in Odd Fellow-
ship.
A most fitting climax to the
whole evening was afforded when
Harry Forehand, son of the honoree
accompanied on the piano by his
wife, Mrs. Ferne Forehand sang,
"The End of A Perfect Day".
Then followed many beautiful in-
formal expressions of love, admir -
tion and fellowship from 'his local
Fraternal Brothers.
Guilford Child Is Struck
GAINESVILLE-A fast moving
child was struck b'y a slow moving
car on Stadium Road near the Fla-
vet III main entrance between 5
and, 6 p.m. last Friday afternoon.
Carl Guilford, Jr., four-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Guil-
tord, Sr., of Flavet, III, was struck
---but not very hard---by 'an automo-
(bile driven .by a UF student as the
child was ,playing with some chil-
dren near the Gator Band practice
area. The child's parents are from
Port St. Joe. Mr. Guilford is a stu-
,dent 'at the University of Florida.
The child's grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Campbell andvMr.
and Mrs. W. J. Guilford, all of Port
St. Joe.
The Guilford child ran down a
small embankment and out into
the street where was bumped ,by
the car which begin braked to a
stop. He was not hurt.


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THE eTAR, Port St. J6,,'Fla.


, November 10, 1 Port St. Joe Garden Club Holds Meeting


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Last Thursday, Nov. 3 In Parish House

The Port St. Joe Garden Club met at thel St. James' Epis-
copal PaTrsh House on Thursday, November 3, at 3:00 p.m. Mrs.
Tom Moon, President, presided. After the opening prayer she
gave an interesting account of the District Meeting of District
Two, held at the Panama City Garden Center on November 2.
Those attending this meeting in
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addition to thne presladent were, Mrs.
Fern Forehand, vice-president;
Mrs. Fennon Talley, chairman of
Azalea- Circle; Mrs. Robert Kerri-
gan, chairman of Gladiolus Circle;
.Mrs. Fred Maddox and Mrs. Ethel
Bridges.
Mrs. Bridges gave an account of
the services dedicating the Blue
Star Memorial marker, erected by
the Panama City Beach Garden
Club. These markers are erected
by Garden Clubs all over America
in honor of 'those who lost their
lives in the service of our country.
Plans are being developed to place
: such a marker in Gulf County.
The program on Christmas Ar-
rangements was presided over by
Mrs. J. C. Arbogast of the Azalea
Circle, assisted by Mrs. Terry Hi-
note of the Gladiolus Circle.
This was a member participation
program.
f After a short talk by Mrs. Ar-
I bogast, in which she suggested the
o use of native plant material in pre-
Sterence to artificial decorations,
and that we keep in mind the real
meaning of Christmas and let the
theme of decorating empress this
meaning.
Each member who had made 'an
arrangement then told how she had
made it, and the materials used.
Among the arrangements shown
were a door awag of pine, green
balls touched with red glitter, high-
lighted with a red bow, shown by
Mrs. Carl Armstrong.
A door tree of clipped pine iby


Modernistic table tree of wea-
thered wood painted white, -trim-
med with multi-colored balls. Mrs.
Edwin Johnson.
arge wreath, for inside or out-
side door, of bronzed magnolia
leaves with cones, pods and ber-
ries. Mrs. Fennon Talley.
A large arrangement in tones of
green and brown featuring podocar-
pus and pine cones, suitable for
hall or living room. Mrs. George
Suber.
large arrangement for living room
in tones of red and brown, featur-
ing scotch broom, pine 'and red ber-
ries. Mrs. Ethel Bridges.
Living room or buffet arrange-
ment of snow tipped pine with
cones and prancing dew. Mrs.
Chauncey Costin.
A large arrangement featuring
weathered wood painted white, a
beautiful white madonna and blue
Christmas balls. Mrs. Henry Ayers.
For a child's room, an arrange-
ment of snow 'tipped cedar with
red candy canes and red cones, in
a Santa Claus container by Mrs.
Charles Brown.
A very lovely arrangement of
three magnolia blooms in a flat
antique bowl, ,backed by three tall
white candles, with a madonnauat
one end and three choir boys at the
other. Mrs. Tom Moon.
'Mrs. Terry Hinote showed three
lovely arrangements. One in a
large candelabra which she had
made from a discarded lamp base
and lighting fixture featu red hand-


Mrs. Robert Kerrigan. made chartreuse candles and a gar-
Table tree of clipped pine and land of green grapes and leaves.
multi-colored balls, 'Mrs. Paul Of the three arrangements shown
Blount. by Mrs. Gordon Thomas, two were


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unusual. An arrangement of gold
cones, clipped pine and other
,greens in a gold bowl with three
candles of three colors .backed by
a large red hoop. The other fea-
tured a pink candle 'with l sprig
of pink-dyed sea weed in a crystal
bowl tilled with gold cones. This
was intended for a coffee table.
Two tall red tapers in tall golden
candle holders with sprigs of green
and red berries, was shown by Mrs.
Ralph Nance.
Mrs. Aribogast also exhibited
.three arrangements. Her wreath of
three golden ropes, decorated with
sprigs of cedar, red leaves and ber-
ries was original and quite lovely.
A beautiful wall placque for din-
ing or breakfast room was shown
by rs. A. S. Ohason. This was an
oval silver tray on which was
mounted a spray of red balls. The
tray was backed with a panel of
red,
Mrs. I. C. Nedley contributed
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Twenty-eight members and six-
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The door prize was won by Mrs.
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THE ST!AR,2Port St. Joe, Fla. ,THrURSDAYf, N6Veer 10 196, 'Dh jp e to e(b.O l Aed
tor wir tine eirt t past sea- T p hi
'. Ch' o. team endeAd u'with one .
Junior Higheas y Footbaland a tie dundg the ra- Hlds First Meeting
squad contest, (plus, the whole .
Steam 'had two victorie over e -
Season With Intra-Squ Ga Junior ad t. Eta pslo Chapter of Be g-
.. '- -': ..- by,-he scores o 190 andl21-0 ma Phi held their first regular
Last Thursday night the Junior rome Barnes and Bobby. Ghilford; The Junior Squad Coaches James teeting Tuesday night, November
High Football team -played -their guards, Hebert Smith, Ted Whit- Gunter and Dave Nicholson wish 1 in -the home of Mrs. Edwin Pet-
fourth intra squad football game field and Bobby Antley; center to take this opportunity to thank ers .with Mrs. David Jones, presi-
of the season. -The Junior Squad 'Morris Buttram; backs, David Dick- Buddy Floore and Billy Barlow for dent, presiding. The meeting was
'was divided up into a purple and ey, A C.they, David Young, Jimmy theid endeavor in officiating all of opened 'by repeating the opening
white team ior this fourth occasion. Goodman, Charles Gibson, Billy the Junior Squad games. ritual n unison. Minutes of the
The- two teams battled to a 0-0 Antley and Rex Buzzett. Players 4 previous meetings were read by
tie for this fourth game. During the on 'the white team that did an out- NEWS FROM Mrs. Courtney Martin and the trea-
tirst half the white tenmn had sev- standing job both ofensively and Beach surer's report was given by Mrs.
eral scoring opportunities, but were defensively were: ends, Billy Ver. Mexico Be Gordon Farris. Father discussion
'unable to cross the purple goal alga, Danny Wilson, Junior Nich- By Mrs. Betty Missler was held on ways and means pro-


line. ols, Donnie 'Smith and Buddy Phone 648-3205
The second hal was just the re- Smith; tackles, Norton Kilbourn, -
verse, theipurpla team scored one Ray Ramsey and Randall Richards; By MRS. BETTY MISSLER
touchdown on a fine 80 yard run guards, Charles Zimmerman and Mrs. W. 0. Cathey, Sr., of 'Mexi-
bty Jimmy Goodman, ibut the play Jerry Branch; center, Danny Od- co Beach wcompanied Mrs. S. P.
was called back because of a pen- 1um; Backs, Billy Wager, Billy Crice of St. Joe Beach, to Selma,
a'ty. Smith, Bob Craig, David Babbitt, AlaEbama, recently, to' attend the
Boys that showed up well for Larry Parker/ Maurice Puller, wedding of Mrs. Grice's granddau-
the purple ,team offensively and Mike Gareia and Eugene Harper. Lighter, Jean Harrison. Mrs. Grice
defensively were: ends Mike White This game closed.-out the season formerly lived in Selma. .he wed-
,nd. Jerry Herring; tackles, Je- for the Junior Football team. ding was held on October 29.


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Following the business session,
Mrs. Edwin Peters presented the
program, "Introductions and Invi-
tations". All members participated.
The first pledge training session
was conducted ,by vice president,
Mrs. Edwin Peters after which the


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Masonic Lodge

To Have Supper

The manbers of he Masonice
Lodge, No. 111, F. And A. M. and
their wives will be entertained
with a shrimp creole.di~unner given
by Gulf .-hapter 191 of ,the Eastern
Star, Saturday night, November 12
at the Masonic Hall on ReidAve.
Serving will begin oat 7:00 p.m.
All Lodge members and visiting
Masons and their wIvs re corae-
dially invited to .tte4. Ad ieal
welcome is extended to 11 a-
Maon and tsster Star members
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It was a happy birthday for Lin- w .'ar e wwoaors ,w ruort .St
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rating her sixth birthday with a
party given by herparents, Mr. andHi and V
Mrs. Joe olz of Mexico Beach. lyi.l H V W
Sixteen children attended and
games, birthday eake, ice cream Students Lompose
and goodies with a good time was
enjoyed' by all. The Star puibllhes here some
criminal poems written by Muipil
The Women's Society of Chris. of the Highland View Elementary
tian Service held their regular Sdiool.
!monthly meeting on Wednesday --
evening, Novmeber 2, at the home Tom, the hunter, had a gun.
of 'Mrs. Mary Harmon in Mexico "Jenny" was a dandy.
Beach. Mrs. Marion Cathey, presi- Hekept her always by -is olde
dent, was in charge of the program. Where .she'd ,be very ,andy.
The subject was, "The World-wide Tom, the hunter, came to town
Missionary Work and- Some of Its Riding on a pony.
Achievements." He had two turkeys by -his side
Meetings are -held the first Wed- Killed with one shot .only.
nesday night of each month. The GERALD MULLINAX,
December meeting will be at the 6th Grade.
home .6f Mrs. Marion Cathey.
When I go to your house on
HesUowe'en
I like to trick or treat
THE MOST sBecause there are lots of good

CLEAN HEAT- COMFORT That you can get to ,mt.
PE ALLON DONALD CAPP.
PER G ALLON 4th Orade.

I like to watch bfrd.
i ~ Way up In the oky.
They look so tiny
'Way up there, 9 t
SHIRLEY THAEAPE,
4th Grade.
HOLIDAYS
Hallowe'en la here,
Thanksgiving Day is near
heating oil Ohristmas Is y ta, .7 ar.
There will boe toys
'=-"===- = ." For girls and boya
Order from us And then there will be a New
Year.:
J. V. GANDER, Jobber MICHAEL MILLtR, .
ulf Fuel Oil and Kerosene 4th Grade.
Phone BAll 9-2531 -
In Port St. Joe THE LEAVES
For Prompt Delivery The leaves are red and brown.
i /


SHOTGUN SHELL SALE
At


FIRESTONE

ALL BRANDS: Remington, Western, Victor, Peters,
Winchester and Federal


Reg.
12 GAUGE Price
NO. 9's, Regular Load $2.86
NO. 8's, Regular Load $2.85
NO. 7Y2, High Velocity $8.45
NO. 6's, Regular Load $2.85
NO. 6's, High Velocity $3A46
NO. 4's, Regular Load $2.45
NO. 4's, High Velocity $8345

16 GAUGE
NO. 712, High Velocity $3.15
NO. 6's, Regular Load $2.70
NO. 6's, High Velocity $8.14
NO. 4's, 'Regular Load $2.70
NO. 4's, High Velocity $8.14

20 GAUGE
NO. 8's, Regular Load $2.40
NO. 6's, Regular Load $2.40
NO. 71, High Velocity $2.95
NO. 9's, High Velocity $2.95
NO. 6's, High Velocity $2.96
NO. 4's, High Velocity $2.95

.410 GAUGE
NO. 4's, High Velocity $2.66
NO. 6's, -High Velocity $2.65
NO. 7Y2, High Velocity $2.66


Cash
Sale
$2.58
$2.63
$8.09
$2.58

92.58
$3.09

W .s
$2.13
$2.783
$2.13
$2.78

$1.86
$1.82
$2.28

$2.28
$2.28
$2.88

$2.29
$2.29
$2.29


All shells guaranteed to be fresh 1960-61 stockk[ Also available
are 'buckshot for 'all 'gauges. 'Sale ends when present large
stock is exhausted.

SPECIAL -

107-Pc. GUARANTEED TOOL SET

Only $39.88


The Tattler

Published by

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
little tun!"
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL BOYLES
STORE PERSONNEL
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

BOYLES TURKEY SHOW STIRS

COMMUNITY-WIDE RESPONSE
Daily Performances Continue Bring the Kids .
Get Your Name In The Turkey-Trot Box Today


Hi Friends,
,Mr. and .Mrs. Boyles are. in
Atlanta shopping for the newest
and best in holiday values and
for. Spring '61 merchandise. So
all this week and on through
Christmas we'll be getting hand-
picked merchandise, bought With
you Ip mind.
'the boss being away, he asked
me to'"fif In" for him this week.
And should you see me, you will
have to agree, I am capable ,of
filling a big hole.
. Have you heard this one? A
barber shop customer was com-
plaining about the price of hair-
cuts. "I'm Just back from Lon-
don', he said. "Over there I was
able to get -a good haircut for B5
cents". "Yeah", retorted the bar-
ber, "But look at the farel"
Saw something real cute Mon-
day morning. Mrs. Ida Ethel

JUST UNPACKED!

CLUTCH BAGS

$1.00 to $1.95
This Turkey Trot value Just In
from the market. Choose Irom
the latest.

Turkey-Trot Fashion News
Hand picked by Erima Boyles
This Week
LADIES NEW WINTER

HATS

$3.95 to $7.95
.Fashion demands you've re-
quested and here are the
smartest styles ever shown in
Port St. Joe.


When Autumn comes,
They come tumbling down.
The trouble with me is rough,
Sor raking them is tough.
JO ANN VAN CAMP,
6th Grade.

THE FUNNY MAN
I saiw a man going to town.
He looked like a 'big fat clown.
His feet were long and wide
There was, a puppy by 'his side.
The children laughed as he went by,
Batting at his nose and a fly.
COOKIE CENDLEY,
4th Grade.
--K--

Vet Officer To

Visit Here
Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits 'under the GI Bill, may receive
guidance from Jim Weant, Assist-
ant State Service Officer.
Weant will visit this area next
'week for the purpose of helping
veterans or -their dependents in fil-


Brown's kindergarten group was
in front of the store looking at
the turkey. This ole bird, named
"Guylene" by the boss, is the
best baby sitter you ever saw.
The young fry will stand by her
cage entranced.
Come on down to BOYLES', let
.the kids look at the bird while
you shop for real honest to good-
ness "Turkey Trot" values. Put
your name in the box. Who
know, "Guylene" may grace your
table this. Thanksgiving. For
more for your money shop
BOYLES this week end. Below
are a few of our Turkey Trot val-
ues. Many more await the thrif-
ty \shoppers who make BOYLES
their first stop.
'Bye, till the boss is out of
town again.
GUY MIDDLETON
Turkey-Trot Special
New Shipment Latest Fall and
Winter Shades

NYLON HOSE

39c pr.
During Turkey Value days Boyles
brings this record breaking val-
ue again.
Men's

WRIGHT HATS

$5.00 to $8.00
Guaranteed waterproof, sweat
proof sweat bands. Newest
shades and shapes. Trot down to
BOYLES and save on genuine
first quality brand new felt hats
during Turkey Trot value days.


Ing claims for 'Compensation Bene-
fits or solving their insurance
problems. This free service includes
assistance to employers of veter-
ans under the GI Bill, Vocational
Training, Subsistence or other
problems.
During ghis visit, in -this area
Weant may 'be contacted at the
Port St. Joe City Hall between 8:00
and 9:00 a.m. on November 18.
-.

New Pastor At

Beach Church
The Rev. Bernard Jones Is the
new pastor at th eMexico Beach
Methodist Church, starting as of
';the month of November.
Rev. Jones, who is pastor at Hon-
eyville in Wewahitchka will be
serving both the Honeyville and
Mexico Beach Churches.
Rev. Jones is 22 years of age and
says he is looking forward to the
i.ew work. He has spent some time
at Ash'bury 'College -in Willmore,
Ky., and is now .studying in Gulf
Coast College at Panama City.


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FOR RENT: 2 'bedroom unfuradsh-
ed apament, upstars. Water
furn2shed. $35.00im$. Phone 7-8642,
inquire at 1904 Gariaon Are. ttA c
POR-RENT: 3 unitlurniaed ousaee
St Si.. Joe Beach.-.1 84edroom
aAd 2 2-bedroom. 1i.L W, Duren
i-pmoe 7-8171 or 74.51. tto-8-12
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom hWN"es or
pwrtments. F arnished or infur-
nuIshed. Call 7-3321 days or 9-1481
Mrs. Sray. t&t-10-8
rOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
faLouse, 311 Woodward. Screened
ba^i- porch, jalousie front porch
And Orport. See Jack Hammock
at Palace Bariber Shop or phone
'7(4885. I. / iM-o-10-20


SP ( kOR RENT; 2 bedroI tuirnished FOR SALE: Remington model 870 FOR SALE
(E | house on Paim Blrvd. call .7-261. Wtninmaster 12 ga. pupip. Excpl- 320. acres. oft .wooalknd 4. -itles
*. ... .1 .-. lent condition. See-at St. Joe Auto South of- Wewalhtehka. PlaMned
S FOR SALE:l &.ft itsu traier. Parts. Phone 7-2611. Ite with. pites, 3 years old. Priced .oar
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom 0" ~FOR SALE: 2 i'- lots o0e- good investment. ron p"
,_aaptnJoto.. .' b -n lots or'will -3 acres of waterfront pr'pery
dqrwnstair apartment. oslsto ..p trade-on house.,Lots lx15 and located on Creekthat o f
tw ClfOR ALE" enarn 7 '5. 75_ x180. "In nice neighborhood. See Ideal. for fish camp oI retirement
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom houmseB with OR A s e Ray Leavell, 111. 2nd Ave. Oakihomak .
'Lon-g- ATe-4 a .oxith lJarge Gr.o'.."_. rtsatS. ..
Florida room and: large tttlty 'l m-.-' doo- *.in Grove. 3tp-11-10 -10 lots at St Joe Beach in one
room. At Higland -View. Pone pR ALE or TRADE Three ed- block. 'riced for good investment.
9-1643: ': .. -tp'--- ... --. R SA.LE o TRADE:T.hree. b --NiC home located on Hunter
S --.-... room house at St. Joe Beach on .i.ni ..rooom t a.thtt
FOR RENT: -Lbvelest "ottages-'n FOPR--SALE: electric coner-te lar.g corner lot. Block construction wCirell situated on 2 loth. deep
the beach. -Viewing Gulf.. qm-,| er sat Mexico BeachL.-$65,00. .Ph withbreezeway and carport. C ears old. Pay ower's equity. Bal-
g9letely redecorated, ;panelled,. air 648-316. 7t& .648-4370 for appointment. Stp-11-10 nears old. VA mortgageat $57.00
condtioed. Mid service, utlites FOR SALE: Kenmore sewing ma- per month.
sea to epprefite. Guif Sands Cojuit ,ENJOY- UNPOLLUTED AIR chine with attachments. $45.00. 3 bedroom bouse at Wa-d Ridge.
and Resieuraa nt. a MDERN CONVENIENCES Call 7-2575. 4t-11-10 Nserly new, priced to sell.
SI N SAFEST BEACH-.< New three bedroom rouse in
FR SALE: 4 ne A ouse New 2 :bedroom home, .11/2 SEE OUR BEDROOM suites before Wewahitchka. Adjoining school
FOR SALE: 4ew A ouseson baths; many custom extras; you buy. Surplus ,Sales of St. Joe. property. Pay owner's equity.
Cypress Ave;NeaAly comn leted.i $9,875; -amall down,.-,balance THE PRIDGEON AGENCY
No down payment. -,Just closing .$75 month. See pink house In LET US DO that moving Job for 301 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe
costs tor qualified veteran. PRID- Mexico Beach, owner next you. We have the equipment andd
GEON AGENCY, phofie 7-7741, 301 door. kilow how. Surplus Sales of St. Joe. WANTED: Grill cook at Dairy
V',lllams Avenue. Queen. Apply in person. Itc


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.


MAN Ot WOMAN to work locally.
Sales experience desired. Will
make exception .or- right person.
Phone BAll 7-472Q Friday between.
1: 00 'and 3: 00 pia 2tp-11-9
A FEW REAL BARGAINS in elect:
trick and gas cook stoves. Surplus-
Sales of St Joe.
GOVERNMENT-
SURPLUS SALES
NOW anyone can bbuy DIRECT
tfro U. S. GOVERNMENT SUR-
PLUS .DEPOTS, ,by mail tor your-
self or for resale. Gameras, binoo-
ulars, cars,. jeeps, tracks, boats,
hardware, office machines and
equipment, tents, tools and tens-
of-thousanids of other. items at a
fraction of their original cost.
Many Items brand new. For list
of hundreds ot U. S. Government
S Durphi Dpeots, located in every-
State and overseas with parpthiet
"How Governmenit Can Ship Direct
To You," plus procedures, HOW
TO BUY and how to get FREE
SURPLUS, mall $2.00 to SURPLUS
SALES INFORMATION SERVICES
Box No. 1818, Wash 13, D. C. tf

WANTED-Ist DEEDS
Investor has some funds to
buy several 1st deeds of trust
at suitable discount. Write P.
0. Box 124, Mexico Beach.


THURSDAY, November 10, 1960


Legion Auxiliary

Sets Services

Memorial services will be held
November 1'-apt the cemetery in
Wewahitcbka-and Port St, Joe by
the American Legion Auxiliary.
Anyone wleliing to participate in
these services are urged to do so.
It is planned to 'first go to Wewa-
hitchka about. 9:00 a.m. and immed,
lately after, proceed to the Holly
H'll Cemetery in Port St. Joe:
If transportation Is needed please
contact Mrs. Joan Moore.


Race Track Funds

Are Expected

The first 'distribution for the fis-
cal year, will ibe made from race
track funds this week.
Last year was the first year the
d stribution was made in Noveim-
fber and .each county received. $13,-
000. This year the payment to each
county will 'e $18,000.
I a'm glad the distribution can be


FREE!
BIG OVEN-READY
TURKEY..



Delicious, plump turkey,..all set,
to pop into the oven, at abso-".
lutely no extra charge with ev-
ery purchase of $99.95 or over.


Free
-Delivery
Lay.Away
Now .for:
Xmas
Delivery
No Outside
.Financing
..g .,

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DINETTES


FOR SALE: "Vagabond" 28' 6 made at this ,time and aim sure that
cabin cruiser, sleeps 4. Chrysler 'most of 'te counties owill be able
marine. B. Roy Gib3son, BANl 7-5771. to use the early payment, Ray. E.
SYR IT -r Green, Coomptroller said.
ELECTROLUX Vacuum -Cleaners
and floor polishers. Sales and
service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Mc- BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Clellan Ave., Port St Joe, Phone Mr. and Mrs. Lenord Fred Mes-
BAI 7-3781 t cki announce the birth of a baby
FOR YOUR WATKINS Produots girl, Lisa Suzanne on November 7
needs call 9-1195 or write W. L. in the Port St. Joe Municipal Hos-
Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe. pital.
tfe-5-26pital
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at BAND PARENTS ASSN.
1710 Palm Blvd. Two years old. wILL MEET TONIGHT
Living room drapes, garbage dis-1
posal included. Call BAN 7-2311. The Band Parents' Association
NOCE: f you .are in need help will have their regular meeting to-
NOTICE: If you are in need of help 7
in your office, either,-ull or part night at 7:30 p.m. in the High
time get' in touch with me. My School Band Room.
t.me with The Medical Clinic will' All parents of band students and
terminate in the near future. Joe
Cerinsley P.in. Box 495, phonture. BA those interested in the band are
7-2981, Port St. 'Joe. 2tp urged to attend.


EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
Itick expert service. tfe
tF YOU ARE INTERESTED in
.saving money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
with 65 hp motor. Sleeps two,
head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy
Gibson or call BAll 7-5771.


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* SPACIOUS 6 DRAWER DOUBLE DRESSER '
* BVELED EDGE TILT MIRROR WE HAVE A STORE FULL
* ROOMY 4 DRAWER CHEST OF OPEN STOCK PIECES
- BOOKCASE BED -- .AND GROUPS!


BUNK BEDS

Makes 2 single beds. Includes
.nnersprlng bunkles, rails and
ladders. 2 fluffy pillows.


$119.95


Drop side panel crib with foam
Innerspring mattress and bum-
per pads.
Thayer

Crib Outfit

$49.95
Other Outfits As Low as
$29.95


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..AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
hour. Cut your lawn and let me I.. 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf Ing brothers welcome.
Service Stationf, Aubrey R. Tomlln- David H. Jones, High Priest.
son, Phone 7V7501. Joel Lovett, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, THERE WILL BE a regular corn
STHE'AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
ng first and third Thursday nights No. 111, F&AM every first and
8:00 p.m., American Legion Home. third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 7:30 p.m in American ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M.
legion Hall. All members urged io POPE FENDLEY, See.
attend. .Al Master Masons cordially invited
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon CHAIN LINK FENCE: For free
Secretary: Theo Bishop estimate call C. W. Long. BAll
A. A. M.-Regular convocation of 7-3974. t__-7-28




Gulf Sands Court


and RESTAURANT
OPEN ALL YEAR
Restaurant open from 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.


FOOD .. LIBATION LODGING


Rooms By the Sea


EXCELLENT CUISINE
Southern Fried Chicken Prairie Size Steaks
Seafood of all kinds
VIEWING THE BEAUTIFUL GULF of MEXICO
Six miles North of .Port St. Joe, Flor!da
For Reservations, Call 648-9188
Port St. Joe, Florida


GULF SANDS RESTAURANT
Sunday, November 13, 1960
ALL DINNERS, $1.60
We Serve Children's Portions, 86c
WE RECOMMEND .
APPETmZER: Tomato Juice
Smoked Turkey with Dressing and Giblet Gravy
Broiled Gulf Red Snapper with Hollandaise Sauce
Hot Roast Beef with Brown Gravy
Smoked Cured Ham with Red-Eye Gravy
VEGETABLES Choice of Three
Asparagus Spears with Hollandaise Sauce
Fresh String Beans
Sweet Potato Souffle Creamed Potatoes
Lime Supreme Salad
DESSERTS Choice of One
Coconut Pie Lemon Pie
Vanilla or Strawberry Ice Cream
Coffe -- Tea -- Milk
All of .our pies and rolls are baked in Gulf Sands'
kitchen


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