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'"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahooclwe Valley"
THURSDAY,_ .DECEMBER, 1, 1960
PORT 8T. JOE, FRLORIDA- .
SJPC To Build
In Atlanta Area
ATLANTA-St. Joe Paper Com-
pany of -Jack-sonviille has announc-
ed plans for .building the -twelfth
I plant in its -growing organization
of ,container-manufacturing facfl
ties. -; ., : .. .
---In- making the announcement, Ro-
ger L. Main, Company president,
aidt ..that a.- -24-acre- -tract- of 'land
-in -snburban- Atlanta -has beenn ur-
-chased -and it- is the. Company's ex-
S'pectations:.that th.e.-news-plant will
be built. in. 1961,. .-He -pointed out
.nat ..the ecrrugated- paper. products
concern recently constructed sev-
eral container plants .in other sc--
tions .f the nation and it hais -.-plansa
af-ailable which are expected to -bo
-adapted to the .-Atlanta satte.;'
- -.:The new plant- .will have from--
. -0.'00 :tfo o .150,000.,sqnare.- feet of-
I floor space and will be equipped
'with- the -most .modefa o'aKchinery
:'vailable- for the imafufact tire of
corrugated -shipping..- containers. -'
Santa Claus Is Coming To
Town Next Friday Ev ening
Schedules Visit .
For December 9
Ashley Costin Tells Kiwanis Club of ,
Progress Made To Date On Golf Course
Santa Claus will visit Port St. Asey ost of the Cape San Club Is located on the left aide of
Jo nx ry. ..ec -. at ; Ashley COsttn Of. -th C~e- a~nlu-b sotd .,he. l.f
Joe next Friday,. Qec. 9 at 6}00. Blks Country Cu1b, Inc., gae .the Highway 30 at COape San Bla. The
- p.m -in Port. Sk Joe's annual story f the Cltub's work in getting property lies in the crook made by
Vhristia's parade. The- big- par-- ....
Christasr parade. The- b pa steady to construct a golf eoursa- or "dead anrn's curve" 'directly -across
ade will feature a number of "-* -. Joe and vicinity to theKEi- the highway from the entrance to
floats th- a year as usual. Already wank 01mb at their regular meet- the OCape San Blas government.
Aeveral.buslness houses and or. Tuesday at noon area
ganigatlona have committed th~n- b"ag Tu.da at nofi ^- .... area.,
ganlis at- onahave omitted the- i'ostin told the olulb that 175 The property was leased fromi
" selrves to sponsor. float ih the rea.hed been leased for 20 years the Cape San Bias Association, a
-parade, which-.ls -.ponsoi~d- this-, -,.... -
-parade, .which.tsponsod this a, cost of $1.00 per year for-the group ,of businessmen who purchas-
year by the Port St. Joef.Jayces. e the ub. Along with this ed this property two years ago trom
Jayee.e Dick Lambeeson :- the: property is -a ease -on 250 feet of [lie 'McNeill, Hollinger interests for-
Jayoees parade chairman. ..Ppoiperty on the Gulf of Mexico. development inbo a residential area..;
" anta will be shared: up. -Reid -The property ,to Ibe used for the The Development Association, i.i
Avenue next Faliday night ,by the .. addition to providing the land, have
big parade. He will park his leigh | furnished .the services of a golf
nResdOndwill alk to ailhekida U IOn r liaSS to course architect to lay ou the
thrnit Iome ti e nBA im And ask 'wat -h course.
NIEW OFFICERS--PictijicJ above are t'tne now officers of the Port SL. JoB Re~tail Merchar, '.- [Dnii ,:,, proxfnoately'onte month. the openln~g spring a blg city-wlde siale..to-ush-.. ,Th.e.-.performance. wll ,lbegis:.,at
hic were elected oday of his eek.They ae .let, t' .right,. Bb dwe, iccb'rn; Wyne of Main- :c s in Atlanta recenr- i nt Chri stmas -ason A 8:00... Admission ill e 75,or
Bttrm, chairman nd Maon Parkerecretary (Star photo) to meet with oturn a;i.tle stiD.aem-, storeiln heo Cy wil be open aultsant 50c or chldren.ay -
or oG s 1 n ~~children ~coming to see hime. ThJnirOaso heop t.
SaP a periC sp-. a .... ,,; ... i,[i., Tenn., yhese St. J noe"Par for-busiwes "directly aftor the The Clas, "The f Canhebal- QuP S"
h i.I.n coaTection with antas an- JOOloe High ag school ...ill present their
S .-Announcement of la o th e- navisit next Friday, the mer- class ay o Thursday,December
ew Atant latNew Slate of Officers- fole byfor-1961 a Ohant of PortSt. Joe are pon 8,in the High Schol Auditorum.
NEW OFFIrCERS-Picturd abo'e are t'f new Toficers of the Port St. Joe Retail MercIhan.t D ii preonard of. irth, the opening sorig a big city-wide ale to ush The ~s rof o characters -il beJudgi :at
which were elected MVonday of this -week. They are left to right, Biob Sldwtll, vice--cba~rIrmn; ayn uf nt-wil crnisiructed container- er*. In the -Christmas seasoflh All 8: 00 p.mn. Admission- will be 75c for
iButtran, chairman and Mar-on Parker, secretary .id 101 (Star photo) u. I.u.. r tur 'li0tl iir Mem- stare rthe City w.ll be open adults and 50c for children. .
.l_ [, T- nn., w Lhere St. Joe Paper for busi essdi1rectly aft.r the Th; ,play, s"TheC canniball Queen"
S- d e g t Coinpany, through a subsidiary, the big parade next Friday. is a "r -s t farce comedy, which
helll en~teoostalo is e C i .... t .... f* i, er d *o* ..... -a n,-inch or tor Th f oes In te .big h. Brown. .Cdh o r, Mr. .-m ..
.. .... .. .. ..-. -The Mempb-s plant, of which bil..e c.mpetin. three cash s C. Price -and- Pasco G i.t.n..
of Port"St.Jsort. St. Joe's Retail M.erchants-. s.. Hi g h l i--Leonard F. J ity, Jr., is Geneial Comprizny no es. o irsa prize will be $75.i P in The cast -of characters niude:
weekpt'.a Ibond issU, ei.- orer ,o "iison .- as'. r: "d .a "". **96:th^ ames,.-riBg .p~yed au haime.-r.'.':: ,-i, t" -25i "fr naa : ill ',6 e]Jglhie-tor.j c.ash. -rze T ai o.. "- "" ", :" ;'"
Paoy mdebtedRCsstonhe.M~al e w Dwsion te BMtrdmy ,mon fger o ts 196061 n-L bamale amei h tt ontanerbard mell Th 1 receive oi $50. honor cablsh ]atBo, D- 7 -Ke-
e turch sbualdiCg r .. ,the Danley FniLu'e ctpy. S ie- Tuesday n.huleuof stix they itee. rtoSf.--Joe, and Is e-ipp ~1i t and third pri $25.00 iBred cash. a Day, Brenda Wald .
Selling Bond Issue er or teeomidaear an a to rlU- n C.m" uI ts- 'iQiatI," -d 0rlaun loch orrugator. T ai gives A moay nthe prizesi n being fur- Brown. Ket, Ray Res-
.discuss holiday store .hours. Tand e : :-n :.S ,m-- i Tme .-e pAlanta capacity -,.b the Pe S Al Ahta J.nwoms Long, -Sony E- ws
ofe Por -t.Je has bga n sale tbs -E.oeChusrv~teNecat The Sharks-will .pliy a 17 ga-te -2;00 Crirloads of boxes -annually. nberp Com~merce.Brc leRhrdT mp..
United Church Bond, INs -,.of Att- elcted as Screa M ion this ysr -i igh t. Joe Paper Company no. e m- Nobusir ne.house la Port Sth. Joe ilgenia Sherwood, a e
a wil ,bear ,issiex peceino.trderes t: Diasio .president e and.u Boy i s .n-ti s.g -played .t he. ]n orEc Ju than -2,59 Thpers nllii hs a paradi e igibe tor a ca!sh o P r pe-n.
pay f indebtednessotheir new ws Wayne Bu-ttram Th ew orficersl i 'T .. . pit f on000 nton of 'ontain- rotThey will receive only -ionorable. Kulla Boyd, ay Key.newood.
is ^i~ng WOOO worth of b over r duie n *J1,aay .1,.T. b.i.0 wilbo u -abe r .etiboard .annually and pulnwood for Di k Lambernon, pad i Robert nremont..George Duren.
church building. 0the Danley urn.tu. e .-"pay. S -t Brenda Day, Brenda Ward-
T-nd s,0 -retpoio .ge'r.c-ier asi ir t. Bor is set grmla, t 'es'r squad. er-plants, located inas-manystates. P mn at i o-6ess Prof. Cornelius Kent, Ray Res-
Teons being-.handled by flie S~idwellce' th1e RecCLrd S-hop and AllwAlat ra ln il e I organiztinQo-u sine ter5
sUnitedChurch Bonds, Inc, -of At elected asciiret- s. ,t hio e ad ly -- tan- he nre than ae i, ln ilb desiring to0 ente0 fao00Ithe/ el P lr ad -al
i' secretary wa-. ar i -o Mildre Wade.iri Gailew~.+ Weeks. m r tnn iuu~u ces "--_ --
pa.ond yal re now on .nually The chur't Wir. The.rnw -.officers l so i u to talle anjies;. Nel eonia sin 0 9.tn5 A, m.ll .. Will Mheeasma r hd a ueyg. rotor of cn HP. aEr-
S. ioes-uny n$m0ber or den-ms-a- 14 er u ti"es DnD-?ar ll J..... ile -Alb Earert r,,.,,,yth of cac C-ofn,pany40 0 0 tn o f cet -f. trs,,ity ,pssed.,hawany W1ed-
tion oibondgs may",0 be purchoedt --..over o'"r d t' and- D"ar l .o 1..Do. ,.na. t e.: Let- e"iboard a nnually and pulwhenodhe Ther e wll be a. meetg f the i tes-ay Fremont, .5:00 a.o in an
denominations -of $100, $250; $500 the-nlli el aqe m mana7asoa-eB ,.m
mature anyr timnefbetween July,.19fil r1 a r!.".' ." '. : .. ... ..zug uadl .u1 'sas1 r 'o '"'" -,; ,.:i,,' [ th ontainer~oa~rd mi,ll .C~ulb-Scots tonit @t 7::00 wo.... \.Llieu.% Ga., haospit.al tollowins a
and $, each. Depository for the n thursday. s the rd atts t m n gradnatd from lastB y ear's the mil is 1a racqire fo ma t Il .t- oerrt aFtack. Mr. Eoze wa
a, 197. '* "* "i ",'ber 22 aad"23*and'.,wil'l,.. clo(e '.at i't~fe. 'ny Ray' Jmmes Gbson ,aad Jo !t Q-- The Coempany',s ,box plants ai.e Recraeittoa .Center on Eaglith-_'t^. years; of lge..
he s bnisdt.,may abe pchased ton. diecusars..edi msoh.-, -Solurd'ay n"gh-t a arts David M w "' a^ ^ -'tior,- Mnd; Bi- th ,a Cu t Jr. Kay Cre.
tahe astallynent lan. nith, mte per- Decembed 24. a :o o udd arD. bon Al Nthwaes woodlands owned by the Company C .ud Pack eROTHER OF R. H. ELLZEY
cant own nd the ,balance.er a e b e t a p.- cd'd onerenbable starting lineuprfor Hartford, Gnn, de; Housten, Te- George Ahor..- ES WEDNESD .e al.
Bonerid sof .24 now onths Locale in personsrt '- vsts He ... o. ld and Willie Daniell. Georgia a dMemphis, Tenn Pittsburgh, ght John Esey, brother of R. H. El-
interested, .in ;buying ,any +of h~e~se. ... Miss Anneitt'.Ward, P~a' ama City, J, oe-E forward" Don Gardner, Pa.; Porsm'ou~th, Vs.; Port. St. Joe, ,DOCTOR OF YEARt ON : Caring for Mother
S.bonds should contact d Woodsat vtWednesday af.ternocs d retvemer .. Er Aer rir;,3Rth of the C.N p any dey of this-city pP B l ,edaway Wed-
ion bonds may e d nua- 14- d. 21 di stoes will a e ;w embers of the- Flio r il ,xpid n':i d in 1952 when the There -willn be a meeting of the esd-ay -morning at 5:00 a, in an-
the I.GA or phone .7 -5161." ,:- :. ,'here a 1t: week ,end'. ,.. .t : -...%a ... +.= .. "". y, guardsds: ,- .Sou'th H.ackE&ns'ack, N. J.. M rs. Ned .Porte r told fE e.lt;ar li ,Sprin gs with her another, Mrs.
purc hnastm Tae de tcobina1 remio n open latl on the -evenings iqu''d ,bis season are B-c Wirlliams, '.: ru the containerboard mill b Scouts -tonight at 7:00 p a t. anta, Ga., hospital following a,
nd 1975. a a es lol ThuMrsd.y and Friday, eem tBob Kerrigan, a Georg e Boyer, Joh, was tripled. The meeting will eaeln e E Nthe AW eart attack. Mr. E1sPrt was oeI
-er 22 pa d 23 and- will close at the -y Ray James Gibson and uJoel ) The Company's b-ox plants ae Recreation Center on Eig -lt t: years of ae t .a e
The bond-s--may be purchased -on irejufar- times on Saturdsv nigt ens. located in Baltimore, .Md.; Bi.- 'All Cubs aniL -theulr parents ree -Mr. 'and Mrs. R. H. E1Izey :eft
the installment p1-au with- ten per- Decemer 24- Coach -Marion -Craig has annouln- ini"gham, Ala.; Cincinnati, ato; 'rged -to atten- by uibsnastem for -St. Augustine yesterday rftor-l
perltd -of24 months. Loal ne:oersn--- ---- Viit e'e -. cd- his probable starting lineup for Hartford Cit3, Ind.; H'ouston, To:C George Anchors-. noon *to attend the futneral.
"er bio g aso w.ths Lale igtio igt line n aTesdar night as: Bob Marn o and as; Memphis, Ten. Pittsburgh, -Pan a Hse -o mti t Sm (eeto
one d e sd .on t Mad .oo ds the isioewth h e frieds Pad im eo sol E e ns, forward; Don Gardner, Pa.; Portsmouth, Va.; -Port St. Joe, DOCTOR OF YEAR- ON ns tspher .
the Is-Ahorlph-ontae E516 ood- t -hltere with wrenek id -- -tve -center; -Jim-my Wilder and Aibri- Flor'id4; 7Rochester, N. Y., -end -STATE PARIC BOARD: Mrs. Arnol1d Daniell 1-s in DeFun-
A o 51e-e (- ".ay, guards --r South Hackensackl,N. J. Mrs. Ned S.tPorter told The o tar iak -Springs with her another, Mrs.
I oach' oa. Marion-raig -told The Sta y om 2 O n this week that D, J.m.-e, T.. s ook C. ). Th_,ason-, who ii il1y.
that the Saharks have -a -well-round- Iof Mariann~a,-eamec by.I th-AMA as
ed -team a thi-s -year and should plar MrS. Kate Kendell e I doctor of th-e-es asaro- Guest Speaker
lsom i goyd basketball ga.mes. Of tary of -the Florid a Boarof Barks- Rev. Hugh Wilson, -Sr., retireI
course, -said&Cri ro'-. rord Ose Away in utah i -and Historical M'emrnioiils- om Re- mininsetr from the Methodist Coil-
wmill iepend on how good the u.ere hed- gMn nne. -yembers'tot0e .Port -St. f.rence, was guest -speaker at the
sition is. on Mrso Katie Kendell, age 43 passed Joe Historical Society work with First Methodist Church in Port St..
-Junior Varsity away. November 21 in.Ogden, Utah. "the Board -as an disoy council Jo lst Sunday.
-M-aokdn up the Junior Varsity Mrs.Kendellwa-s a former resident
squad hiaBr year will be BPobby Ad- of Port t. Joe ""
aimsboel Barbee, -Courtney Marytin- Funeral services for Mrsl KendH- .
IJames Kennedy, James Poipe, BuL-. were held Monday at 3:00 p m-
dy "tKennington, Johnny Oa s. fr--r n the Highland View Church of.
Johnny:Chafin, Sonny Eells, W.lly God with the pastor, Rev B W
Dodsou, Leon Hebbs, Mike -MKen- I Suggsn, officiating- Interment was In
zie, Harry Brewton, David Poont ha holly Hill Cemeteryd
sFred i hirson, Baxter lon,-r d M. Paiteoarers were Grady Mathis-
Herbert Gardner, Albert .i rrry, TEd r. Frary, B. C. Moyedle ho
Don Young, Jimmy Johnson, Larry ard Mitchell, M. C. Wood and Mar
Griner afnd Tommy Blackbur.m -aveB Laramore.
:--.__.__ ______Mrs. Kendell is -survived ,by her
W e Dnerrd Guests heusbar, M-Sgt. Warold Kendell of
Mr. and Mrs. Dillon ISmith had Ogden, Utah; one son, Roy Boy-
as -their guests last week end Mr. ette of Ogden, Utah; four da-ugh
e'Smith's -itr Mrs. -Minnie War- tors, Mrs. Daisy Boyette Britcher .~
field end children Bud and Cathy r f Fort Walton Beach, Mrs. War-l"a"...
and MVor. Smith's father, Dillonu ing Murdo"k of ort St. Joe, Mrs.
Smith, S, also -Mrs. Martha War- Lynn Wood -of Highland- View and
field and daughter Nancy all from Mist Nadine Boyette of Ogden,g-
Pensaola. Utah and four grandchildren. Mrs.
-K ~Kendell is also survived by her --
Dinner Guests mother, Mrkss. Willie Eninger of
Thanksgiving dinner -guests of Highland View a-d a sister, Mrs. -"' .
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Taylor were Mrs. Willard- Cooper of Fort Walton-------"-"-:--
N o JTaylor's sister and her husband, Beach.
Mr. and4 MVrs. A. M. Gay of Free- Co~mforter Funeral Home of Port
port, Texas and other relatives. St. Joe was in charge of arrange- ete
'K______ ments. -
-- -Week End Guests-TansvngVitr
Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. TansingVitr
W. B. Fer-relI were Mr. and Mrs. Mr n r.O.E o- n
FIN E CATC H-Take -the combination 'of an alluring baift and a good J. M. ~ un aynd son Frank and children of Dad-v-ille, Ala-, visited .' ~--'-
looking -woman and the fish will bite. Mrs. Frank McDonfald caught his famly of Chattahoochee, Mr' Mrs. Ellen Kirk-land during the -' IE IEHWR WR h .SmpoPr.to
this six pound b-ass last week while fishing for breapn. She landed and Mr-s. Ralph Jackson of Qu 'c Thanksgiving holidays. Roer AaV fo EISENHOWER sWRc-obtin T. Sims ommnt Port wteek a
the ,big bass with a number eight lbream hook, a -light line and a and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Cl-ark of hn PanamA cty. The p ward woi presne to Simspson centere) l by L
cae pole. Mrs. Mae says it's the biggest bass she ever caugh. Talsassee. I Advertising Pays -- Try It And See trizt Executive of PO:2O.cola. Ioki g on is M-Sgt. Joseph H. Nix, Jr,
COostin told the Kiwanians that
the Port St. Joe Jaycees had spent
some 300 man hours during 'the past
few months cutting section liiea
and surveying the area. This work
had to be ,done preparatory to the
laying out -of the course.
Costin said that while the Cape ..
San Blas Country Club began its
project with only five member, the
membership has -grown in the past :
few weeks ,to 41. Costin pointed out.,
that interest in the project was,,:
very good and bore out his state-
ment by telling the KIwanians that
even though the course is now rea-
dy for construction to begin, not,
one ipeniy has ,been spent oni pre-
paration and mno bills ,are owed y :
the Club.- All work has' been Ido-:
nated.. *C-ostin said that -the .,'Iub' ",
i- meeting -donations in l5,bor,
v, u,:.. -* ,d nine y g ,,,,e i't,
thus -aiding 'the Club to get their
construction finished in time to-
ipla on next Spring.
Cbstin sad that preliminary
plaits -are to construct a nine hole
-course la-nd a concrete block club
house. The estimated cost for this
phake -of the ,over-all plan would Ibe
around $15,000.00. He said ,that the
money for this expenditure was al- -
ready in sight by the Club.
Long range plans call for the con-
struction of nine more holes, a rec-.
reation center club-house, swiimm-
ing '*pool and complete recrealiori
.facilities for family fun.
At present a membership- drive
is underway. The Club is ,selling
100 voting tn-emiiberships at $100.00
a .share. These shares are resale-
able ,by their owner. Annual dues
will ibe $100.00. Non voting memnLbe
ships ini the Club will be available
for a $50.00 initiation fee with ithe
,$100.00 annual dues. As an extra
inducement to sell the 100 voting
shares, the Club is making a limit-'
ed offer of giving those purchaslig
voting stock a 50 percent rediiction-
in their first year's dues.
Guests of the club were a Mr.
Dryer from Perry and Johnny Bay
cf the Port St. Joe High School.
-Secu:tmasLer was grven bhe E:.,en-
Lt 'a Scout Executive banquet held
,orin Loomis (left) Gulf Sands Die-
, t Tyndali Air Force Base.
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PWuM Iis" 0u
TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191
-OPEN DAILY, 2:45 P.M.
SATURDAY. 12:4M P.M.
'Willie Danlell, .165 pound.-Fresh--.
man from Port St. Joe, has- been
Instrumental this year in leading.
the- young, Inexperienced and
light University of the South
(Sewanee, Tenn.) Tiger football
team to a winning season which
Included three outstanding up-
sets. Willie will be counted on In
the backfield next year.
Willie Is the son o f Arnold
Danlell of this city.
a OnDrn t Cost it PAY&
Automatic Thermostat Coi
Radiant, plus BLOWER-I
INSTANT HEAT!-plus ba
zephyrs of warm, -Wwer.-fo\
am. Depepdable thermosgi
heater on and off *o main
sired temperature. "Ai
tioned" cabinet sti'ys c
touch. Convenient hat
See these amazing
iMMeto #4E* EiMISTS A tt., .
Complete Shows 3:00, 5:45
CHILDREN -------........... 35c
No one under 16 years of age
admitted unless accompanied
by an adult
Wed., Thursday and Friday
When he took her in his arms...
.Ag- she had crossed
\" .J the color line!
I THE 8AR, Port t. Joe, Pla. T
OES Me ItfIs Get Thrift Shop Mourning-Elliott S
25-Year Pfis Needs Clothes Wedding Told The T
Gulf Chapter 191, O.E.S. had the The Thrift Shop, whose entire At seven o'clock at the home of
pleasure and honor to present 25 proceeds go for Improvements to Mr. and Mirs. Perry R. Elliott, 619' Published by
year pins to 17 of its members re- the Municipal Hospital, is badly in Madison' St., Oak Grove, the mar-
-cently. ---- need. of all kinds of clothing. There riage of their son,.Will'fard and Miss
Mrs. Jeafett Presneli, Worthy is a special' demand for children's Donna MIoirntig,- daughter of'Mr. BOYLES DEPARTMENT
~atron,;i" ey graciously welcomed winter clothing and toys. Pickup and Mrs. J. G. Mourning of Lafay- PHONE BALL 7-426
each one, and'said this was her pro- committee for December, January ette, Indiana, took place. The Rev. 222 REID AVE. PORT ST.
Ijet for the year. She asked that and February are Mrs. Russell C. Byron Smith, pastor of the First. R GLNN BOYLES, 0
they be.escorted to the East, and Rust, Mrs. Henry Stikes and Mrs. Baptist Ohurch, performed .the cer- "Dedicated to Better Selling m
in a few weall-chosen' words, pinned Milton Ohatin. ,emony. The 'best maln and matron little tun"
each one with a lovely pin. If you have anything you would of honor were John and Sandra R. GLENN BOYLES
Mrs. Esther Childers Bartee, mo- like to give 'to" .the Thrift Shop, Clenney of Port St. Joe. RepreRt-
ther. of- Chapter 191, gave a most please call any of these ladies and renting the bride's father was Joel Associate Editors
inspiring talk of how grateful ,a(e they will gladly come by your home Morris. The bride wore a powder STORE PE
was 'to the Heavenly Father for to pick up yot* contributions. blue dress. ERLMA M. BOYLES
all -his many, >lessings,. and what The groom is at present serving ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUT:
a privilege..4dn pleakure.it was to' L in 'the U. 'S. Navy, and is an Avla- EARLINEA SN. LrL, -- Ladi
be a me tber of this beautiful Or- nliory cn Electrician, 'stationed wiht the GUY N. MIDDLETON .........--
der and;.to" e srHounded-,by a : Heavy Attack Squadrron In Sieiord
namnber of ercharter members. LUrh ROO M nU N1aval Air Station,, Florida.
In her 'closing remaTks ashe quoted illford and hig .bride, bonna, Pre-Holiddy Clearance Featu
Ahibeautitildl poem fro m' iongfellow, "* --are spending their honeymoon In *
w ich wao f rlul:g f thif 6lio, a-" Port St. Joe Elementary School Northeastern PIoride When Fyll-0,S v G s s
hicha. : .. .... t a Monday, December 5 fod's leave is ph p.la. to eU. Profit.
Tho...e r ce v g w ere' 'Mrs 'Spiced. ham slices, 'baked beamsr, turn to Sanford until his ship de- U p To 33 1-3 / rofits
"-'Those receiving,.vins .were Mrs. 1 .. ... 9 6 Mrs. Elfft"t Wl.l" .
sther .Bat.ee;. uphamla Rb- caag slaw, battered parts on a ruise. Mrs. Ellit will We cannot afford a single dlssat-
eqrts, Maeguerite Pridgeon, Zola pie sauce, white bread ad milk. e er e wtth e groom's isfied customer.
1Maddox, Elaine Pridgeon,' Stetz Tuesday, December 6 parent Oak GroveYou pay no City uSales Tax in
-ridigeon, FlarazeHe Connell and Rloast beet, rice, snap 'beans, car parents a e eam- Port St nJoe.
Neva Oroxton. Others to receive rot sticks, hot rolls, Jelly and milk. Ily land a few fri nd were present' Dear Friends:
pins but not present. were: Mrs. Wednesday, December 7 it ceremony. Mrs. Elliott and Warm greetings on this-first
Lola Costin, Ed Pridgeon, Roy Gib- Hamburgers, buttered corn, elic- her daughters decorated the Elliott day of the Magic Month of Christ-
son, Sr., Pattie. Gibson,.. Dick 'pil- ed 'tomatoes, onions and dills, for th service. The ioom masi We hope every day will be
lers, Leslie'Spillers, Ellen Kirkland, prunes andmilk. was highlighted wit'h wedding a happy one for you. The head-
Fena McPhaul and Jaimes Kelly. Thursday,. December 8 be and punch paced o n the line above tells a true and wel-
Mrs. LMaconald vre, brown gravy, rice, turnip bride's table. Oe and of the come story of HOLIDAY CASH
Mrs. .Agnes.: McDonsldson. of greens, hocolte cke, corn bread s decorated with e i li SAVINGS Boyles is making avall-
Eimhurst, 'Illinos, w"a a tvitor to -an md- l l. edwith candelabra placed te able to you. ;For details 'see
the Chapter. Friday, December i (please read, too) our advertise-
After a very delightful social Hot potato salad, cheese. wedges, 0ment this ue orf ah detis,
hour, delicious refreshments were carrot and cabbage. slaw. peach my paper and your paper.
served. crisp, wheat bread and milk. NEWS ROM The Tattler recently received
S- "|* | letters from Vice President Nix-
-;i... ,... .. ..e. W on, and Presldentielect Kennedy.
'' -^By BETTY CREAMER The contents of both were kind
comments on Boyles October
VMasry Cbox- of Cas-ebebrryAl ., CAMPAIGN FOR CUSTOMERS.
.1.6ir parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. linton ble spread advertisement carried
l Cr. "a M. n M. ..... lno the pIctures of both candidates
.Mira. d" e KelIe.ya Mrs and stressed the' -iniptice of'
Asa Griffin of Carrablele B 4.,t every citizen to vote in the No-
...._..._._d _t.hher _, le T H.-K vember election. This column is
Fiday with their uncle, L. H. K- grateful to these thoughtful gen-
rOMATIC HEATER wt ley and family. temen
Mrs. A. J. eterson returned t emen
ntroll her hom eS.unday in Samson, Al The Tattler extend4 special,
PORCED Hea ater visiting her C. C. Pe- anks to our fine friends and
S" so an.d family. She was accond- patrons fromS Apla hicola, We-
.lm, .^' paled home (by Mr. and Mrs. 0, C. wahitchka, Carrabelle and inter-
red 'Peterson and son Ray, for a visit, mediate points. Last, week Boyles
it turns ---- '" hery also visited fTrlWi4 and rela- vas-happy,.to have -ome eager
i'tondi. 1o5 ,e *""' -. M. ',Ives in DePufihlak Springs. shoppers from 'Patnaa City.
"r' condi "19 9 5 Mra; Berty Dobba hfaad C er .'. .. .
ool to the ... "e .tt y D. .(.b ne Thy were warm In their praise
idle. u gast 1ast oeekx, her father, Mr. ..
"Model Bi l- -,- "' p'; Zorn of Albany, Ga.
Model Mr. and Mrs. Rx L. Knight of and'family during the weekend.
heaters in our store today! oleman, Texas, visited during the Frienda of Mrs. Silhas Player will
u s-t e week with. Mirs. Knight's sister, regret to aetrn she left Sunday to
OE HARM WARE COMPANY Mae Craer wid .family. C onsult a dooto r In Pensacola. We
b i lMr. and, 'Mrs J. W. Martin nd hope fo her a speedy recovery.
PORT ST, JOE, FLORIDA sons Willie and Dinnle of Vernon T-Sgt. and Mrs. Alton D. Watson
visited their u.ntel, L. H. Kelley anid family of Eglin Air 'Force BLae
S o -. :.. .pent Thanksgiving with his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrr. Ike Watson.
We extend' our deepest sympathy
to the Boyette family in the loss
of a loved one last week.
1Mrs. Estle V. Knight and son,
-...- W.Rph visited -with relatives in
16 *iBonitay during the week end.
o'Mix'Mr. and, Mrs. P. 0. Burroughs
h.. .. ld as their guests Thanksgiving-
day, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burroughs
S1 and children of Colorado Springs,
IQ II 0 1 J 96 Golo. 'Mr. Richard Hanlon, Rickey
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1960
ixed with a
H KEELS JIMMY STEPHENS
Lingerie and Hosiery
es' and Chlldren's Ready-to-Wear
Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes
buyers A Timely Lift!
s Go Begging!
of our CASH VALUES In Betty
Rose coats and suits. While it's
true that our local customers
make posisbie the larger part of
Boyles sales volume, these out
'of town supporters have helped
considerably during slack employ-
ment periods In Port St. Joe.
Boyles is prepared for, and an-
tilcpates a Record December in
spite of subnormal payrolls and
other difficulties In this area.
We believe It Is a time when peo-
ple carefully consider the SAV-
INGS and other advantages of
CASH BUYING. We seek no pro-
fit other than a living for our
family from Boyles Department
Store. We are grateful and hap-
py with that. Our living, too, is
on a very modest scale. Some-
times we blow ourselves and
have homemade ice cream (made
in a freezer) three times a week
When, have you tried It? It's de-
llclo'us There's much to say that
will have to wait. The following
thought occurs as we close this
,column: "Man looks on outward
appearances God looks into
the heart". S'long. -RGB
P. :S. G. Middleton is at it
again. First a turkey house for
Guylenel Now he's covering my
little English Ford with a float.
Yes, he's FLOATING When
will he go in orbit? In' between
he'll' let you have fine Van Heu-
Sen shirts and Happ'y slacks.
Westville with relatives.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Edgar Patterson of
Panama 'City visited 'Sunday with
his sister, Mrs. Waifter Armsatrong
and' family. Mrs. Lee of Tallahassee
a'lso vislted the Armstrong faanily.
Mrs. Druscilla Sellars and Mr.
and ,Mrs. Jim Register of Graceville
yiIted 'their uncle, L. H Kelly and
Mr. and Mrs. David Coley of
Sneads visited their daughter, Mrs.
Sidney Gordon' 'during the week
Timothy Wayne Gay, son of Mr.
amid Mrs. Ben Gay was honored on
his .fifth birthday with a party No-
eminber 29 at 3:30 at his home.
Oiltdoor games were 'played and
and Patricia Hanlon of Pa'nama refreslhments of delicious cake, ice
.Otty, Mrs. Katie Jenkins, -Mr. and cream and punch were served.
Mrs. W. C. Miles, Mr. and Mrs. Those helping Timothy celebrate
Riaymnd 'Burrogighs, Johnnie and werew: Imogene, Jimmy, Glenda and
Willie Burrougihs of Highland Terry 1loyd, Betty Creamer, Marie
View. Watson, Denny Adams, Larry,
Mr. 'and Mrs. James'Williams of Bredda and Gerald. Byrd, Lavonia
Port White spent Thanksgivig" and Archle McMullon. Timothy re-
with his mother, Mrs. H. B." Wil- ceived many-gifts and a good time
Lhimls and familyy. was enjoyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Minger and .
children s pent the week end in SHOP AT HOME
. 1. u .. .. .. .. .. .. .
A. LAMAR HILL
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rHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, OECEMBER 1, 1960 a centUal work processing area.
Alexander says that storage
space will tbe leased ranging in sze
"' from entire Winlg or vault down
uto filing cabinets or individual cab-
"_ et drawers, or even an individual
s' storage atructurew s ll be air coedi-
S o tioned and humidity willbe con-
trolled, with standby equipment
capable of providing protection up
tilites fail.r ound-the-clock guard
-"service and dou le combination
looks on storage areas 'will assure I
complete security for records ,an
olether Items stored there.
S gAlthough designed at Iirm i"rl eor
S storage of valuable duplcatee m o
rofilm records, the structure contld
v'also lbe se to store original docu-
S mients, stocks, ,bonds or personal
Items such as furs and jewelry,
yAlexander saidn p. e
One definite s4te which is under
I"g consideration is located on same
Obne of busiest perso nof the highest terrain in the d oa i Pe- raton and state.,
SSe veral alternate site s, also inthe
'vicinity of Jacksonville, have (been
tr, Pr-c e. .t"This shelter is engineered to
a i's y a withstand any natural or an- made
Am"'ricn- t_ C. S disaster short of a direct hit by a
.. .. is designed to provide permanent I
,sae storage of records for all types .
One of the busiest persons in the world today is Pres of ,corporations e and businesses, fo
ident-elect Jon F. Kennedy, But he is not too busy to re- cty, county, state and federalre-
cognize the importance of the TB associations' annual Christ- words that are irreplaceable and for
mas Sea] campaign to eliminate tuberculosis. In this pic- 'alubdep ersonal items, of individ-
ture, President-elect Kennedy (now vacationing in Palm,
Beach) displays the 1960 Christmas Seals in a plea to all "Thedesign has been made flex-
Americans to respond -- today -- to their Christmas Seal ible so that additional wings ay
letters wbe added, with separate entrances
llet er s oand parking facilities, for under-
ground factories or 'work areas
lube itemct of or2 00without Interfering with other ten-
SurveyRegarding Storing of Microfilm ants of the record sectionof the
hS turveye l Sto in shelter," he added.o
And Other Valuable Records Being Made aWeathe rof Cvi eJanso-
statewide survey of business, and Engineeringp sdee d the project ,as an emergency 'alter-
governmental interest is now be- the group call for a c&mouflage, nate'site for civil defense opera-
Ing conducted by a group 'of Jack- reinforced concrete shelter built tions In case of 'an emergency
sonvillo business anmd professional Iinto ,the side of a ill witha mi n addition to Alexander, a local
mnen 'to establish feasibilI-ty of a 'mum .of 14 feeteof earth on top. A restaurante u, principaas active in
thelS 39IS&roGreenStarnp OL
huge underground storage shelter total of 72,000 squa-re feet o stor- the sheteproect are Joms N. Ar-
for microfilm, records 'and other age space ss planned originally atcnsldatorney; Thomas N. evans,
aluable item.s. a cot of ov $2,000,000S. NO. 1onsutng e never d eorge 10 LB. BAG
StonPotatoes 39c in the transportation bu
The structure, to be called tha The basic unit -of the structure
Florida Re-cord Shelter, is to 'be lo-a wlll'be vaults measuring six feet Te f on.
cated in the Northeast Florida wide, 10 feet dep eand sevenfeet mond, Consulting Engineers, will
area within 35 mnies of Jackson- high. There will be 1,000 .of these 'ijl engineering detail's.
ivll]e, 'according to Robert W. Alex- 'Vaults located In two levels in a h __,]__
and'er, one of the principals of 'the series of wings fanning out 'rom Advertising Pays Try It And See
Avw ALL LEAN LB.-TrI 'nS
oLo Prii Ib. ces-
10 OZ. JAR PLYMOUTH INSTANT
NO.) 5 JAR DELTA QT. JAR PLYMOUTH PEANUT
SyCrup 39c Butfer5
200 COUNT YELLOW ROSE 10 LBS.
KLEENEX I10c FLOUR
LADIES PAIR .. -
Fylons 'n39c ..S&H GreenStaius
ChOps Rib lb. 49c
2 9c lb 1
SHOp1in ODE STOP... 0 L
j l i r"-7... I
STARTS THURSDAY, DEC. 1 ENDS DECEMBER 24 S A V E
A B FREE! 1t
F RE E E I A Record Gift Clearance Feature!
S ValuableU Prizes! IfOS* I Mojud and Fine Feathers. The choice of millions of discrim-
o To be given away before Inating women .
SChristmas. Be sure to reg- S I* ER
S Isterat BOYLESI NYLON HOSIERYpro J O
FIRST PRIZE WOREa
\ / Electric Blanket Seamless or full fashioned. Newest holiday shades. Why pay 1i 1-
SECOND PRIZE 1-3 to 1-2 more? We gift wrapl
N A > $10 Cash Mdse.
J Certificate Save 1-3 to 1-2 in Boyles new, Must be moved to make room for new
THIRD PRIZE Enlarged Shoe Department! 1961 Styles
o $5 Cash Mdse. over 200 Pairs Ladles 1961 Stylesl
s Certificate DRESS SHOES Special Group Fall and Winte
No purchase required. You
need not be present to win. HI- hi or med. hi heels. Formerly $6.95
Register today just Inside Pre-Holiday Clearance Price -
SBOYLES front door. Only $4.99
Rayon TriCOt Fine Quality Trim Tred Val. to $10.95 Choice styles in labeled garments, sizes
SPANTIES DRESS SHOES$8.49 ,for misses, Junior and women .. half
S "E E ----- sizes too. They're a steal
Clearance Gift Price Reg. $12.75. First two groups in black
aP patent or plain leathers In black, brown, '
7 C red, green. Sizes up to 10 ... AA to C. e -
<^ White and pastels. Size. Natural Bridge Now $10.99 Reduced
S 4 to 10 for ladies! Sensa.
S tionall Unbelievable.. un-lan
DI -beatable Lavish Water repellant,
Lace trimmed or tailored lace trimmed. quilt lined!
SNylon Panties NYLON GWNS Fine Quality All Wool, Jane Irwill and
~ San Soul or Dixie Bello Pajamas ear (oats I
o oGift clearance Price LADIES SK RT
Ny9 By Phil-Maid"S LTA DI S' Ladies sizes 7 to 15.
Pair 97 Featu're Price
SSizes 4 to 7, Miss and Mr *Assorted colored
o First quality, extra value $4$7.9
First quality, extra vaueCompare with $3.95 New Fall and Winter styles. Values <'8 95 0
MEN! READ TWICE! and $4.95 you'll see up to $10.95 $8.9
S100% wool weatherized elsewhere
S Gabardine M..n'. New Wool Special Gift Feature! o
STP OATS D DT CrOt ATS Beautiful Rayon Quilted
Worth $35.00. Clearance Valueg up to $24.96 LADIES R S R BES
Priced at only Values up to $24.96
Pc t ol They look 25% more Clearanos Price
$25.99 $17.99 Cla9rs
_-- This Is a real sentatlon. Buy for Christ-
Men, this is a story of real mai now and SAVEI Sizes 10 to 20. Soft assorted pastels.
savings in Boyles shoe d-
partment. F in e quality,
and Leather MON-TOG Boys
aCHUKKER BO S A Timely, Happy Christmas Sale Suits
Record Low Price and Fast Clearance en A
R 7.9r M IE 'S T Clearance priced for Christmas shoppers
M $7EN95 'S SUITS Canc Sizes 8 to 16
Why pay $2. to $3. more All wool or wool and orlon NOW .9
elsewhere. Only cash sell- and Rayon Blended Fa rIcs
o ing permits this offers $3 95 Vl $33.99 Sizes 2 to 7 Now $4.99
Now for the first time in $ l
1960-Fine Hanes quality 95 Q Sizes 8 to 18 Reg. up to $12.95 ..
Shirts and $349 val $28.99 SPORT COATS -- $8.99
Shorts m27 val. $24.99 Sizes 2 to 7 -_- Now $4.99
Sfor men Cos eBoy's
2 for $1. 59 CowBoots Now for A grand slam clearane Suburban
SFull cut, solid c ofor Men and Boys! The Popular A T
aist or side east, sizes $295 $ 95 5 SUBUR BAN COATS .
28 to 44. Size 46 slightly ly priced up to $14.. 5
S more. Men' ia 84 to 46 We've sold 'em Q .
*. Men's nylon, first quality Western Heels :y the score at $19.95 91 ,3'
Stretch Sox $595 $6.95 This also Includs
Streth x .5.95 6.95 ,,,.Now They're i J our boy's finest Jack-
S3 Pr $1.00 LACE BOOTS Slashed to .- up to $14.95.) ,
f u ll si saitr y37 Christmas shoppers *
Me packaged hemstitched for fit, comfort and satisfaction. Don't walt too lately I
a kge1 fo 8tc ( Men's Big Dad Shirts and Pants to macth
oReduced to clear fast! WORK SUITS, both f $4 5
Men's all wool and nylonPantaregnuneevenArmyTwill, wide belt gops r
t Fine quality flannel, taIlor- Men's flannel lined B- -*-
-d by Kahn. Attractive Zipper or button t I^ my .3.. .'-....; |
fabrics in new synthetic front ^ S k ".'-. ;* --....1 .
blends. Reduced to -
99 ME Work Jackets o
Free cuffs. Sizes 28 up. Featured at --
No City Sales Tax $5.69 iJC,..
In Port St. Joe, Fla. Blue denim or heavy
opn All Dy-will in tan and gry Phone 7-4261 222 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla.
-Open All Day Wednesday
TABLERITE HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
THERE WILL BE 10
Come In and
Brisket Stew 4
GA. and ALA. GRADE 'A' 1 % to 2
m iMn m -a-
LB. AVG. -- (Limit 2 with $5.00 Order)
TABLERITE HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
HICKORY SMOKED SLAB FIRST CUT
CUT SLAB BACON
WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE
U. S. NO. 1 WHITE
IGA FRESH FROZEN
IGA FRESH FROZEN
IGA FRESH FROZEN
5 for $1.00
3 for $1.00
4 for $1.00
[GA FRESH FROZEN ORANGE
STANDARD PACK RED
SWEET JUNE NO. 303 CAN
MISS GEORGIA -- NO. 2% CAN
IGA EVAPORATED -- TALL CANS
BLACKBURN -- NO. 5 JAR
12 Oz. Pkg.
for Nov. 30 .
Dec. 1, 2 and 3
Port St. Joe,
WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS
"-N'EW4 FROM R
By Mrs. Betty Missler
Mr. 'and Mrs. Joe Hewett of Mex-
ico Beach spent the Thanksgiving
holiday in Hartford, Alabama vis-
iting with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Castleberry
and children of Mexico Beach
spent Thanksgiving day with Mr.
Castleberry's family In Altha.
Mrs. W. 0. Cathey, Sr., of, Mex-
ico Beach spent the week end in
Selma, Alabama visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Kirkland of
Beacon Hill spent several days
witth Mra.' Tay.lor'a mqier,. last
week in Headland, Alabama.
Visiting ..in Mexico Beachi last
week from Wednesday to Sunday
were 'Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Dun-
can, Jr., and their family. They
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Olen 0. Hays of the Governor Mo-
teL Besides enjoying Thanksgiving
dinner with the Hays the Ideal
'beach weather made their visit a
PIONEER FAMILY ANNUAL
REUNION ATTENDED BY
OVER 60 RELATIVES
The annual "Homecoming" for'
the W. G. Hardy family of Over-
street brought--together more than
EO members of. the family at the
Thanksgiving Day event which has
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TWO LICENSED PLUMBERS ON DUTY TO SERVE YOU been an annuall affair since 1938. William 'Moorehead and children enjoy so rmuech for the taking.
Mr. Hardy is head of one of the Bill and Ann Hardy of Monbgom- Where are all those people that
1107 GARRISON AVE. PHONE BAII 7-2641 p-oneer families of Gulf County, ery; Bobby Guilford of Over-street; were here? I'm sorry for them lbe-
having come to this area around Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shiver and chil- cause I too, was one of them.
the turn of the century. dren Toni, Terry and Tina of Tal-
Famil me p / lahassee; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ma- BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Family members present at the on and children Debra, Atex and Mr. and Mrs. James W. Harper,
reunion were: 'Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mary Katherine of Port St. Joe; Iof Parker announce the birth of a
M S PEST CONTROL CO Inc HHardy, Sr., of Ovesltreet; sons, Paul, Jr., Mary and Julia Sullivan daughter, Angela Faye on Novem.
C 61 In William G, and wife Hazel of :Pan- of Millbrook, Ala.; Arthur Kim- ber 25 at Tyndal AFB Hospital.
ama City; Rolan and Edna of Ov- brought, Jr., of Panama City; Mrs. Harper is !the former Miss
erstreet; Alton' and Margfret of Friends, Gary Fain, R. L. Fortner Carolyn i Byrd.
Port S.t Joe; Maxie and Bertha of of Mexico Beach and 'Mr. and Mrs. .
Kenston. N. ,C.; Quiny and Kathy A. H. Cook of Overstreet. Spends Holidays Here
Raymond *andJennie of Overstreet; Among grandchildren unable to Roibert Nedley arrived Friday for
daughters, Bertrude and husband attend were: Aubry Hardy and am- he Thanksgiving holidays with his
James Guilford 'of Overstreet; ily and Charles Guilford and fam- parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Nedley.
SIrene and Arthur Kimbraugh o iiy, ,both in the armed forces; and He returned to Tallahassee Sun-
Panama City; Adelaide and PaulCarl Guilford and family of Uni- day where he is a Senior at 3U.
Sullivan of Millbrook, Alabavma. ersity of Florida in Gainesville. ---
Grandchildren and great-grandchil-1 ... ... ..
dren were: 'Mr. and Mrs. John Hen- SHOP AT HOME
r ry Hardy and daughters Donna WHERE ARE ALL
Jean and Theresa Ann of 'Panama THOSE PEOPLE?
Weekly Route in Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka ity; r. and Mrs. mmy Gu There's a peace on earth feeling
and daughters, Ginger 'and Sherry e' ec na f
*PHONE SUnset 5-8733 of St. Joe Beach; Dr. and Mrs. Tom ere the beah *this time of the
3707 West 17th St. St. Andrew, Fla. Davis and children Tom and Clau- ar. The vacalmon season is over,
-dia of New Orleans; Mr. and Mrs. and it's like the calmness after the
Where are all those people that
I Were here? I'm sorry they can t beAN.
here now, getting sand in .their
I shoes instead of snow. E A
From sunrise to ,sunset, the out- D
I N A C'E II__- --- h 73161
Is An Exacting Science, Too!
Let's take an example. Do you know
that YOU can be SUEDI Someone may
have an accident on property you own
That someone can sue you, his claim can
WIPE YOU OUT unless you're pro-
Tomlinson Insurance Agency
403 Monument Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
doors beckons with the temptation
to play in the sun. Where are all
,those people that were here? In
the big ,city shoving 'through
crowds? Punching time clocks and
nursing .their nerves and tensions
I'm sorry they can't be here now
to stroll on the .uncluttreed white
sand beach-and fishing is at its
,best this time of year.
Where 'are all those people that
'were here? They're working, they
are busy, three is Christmas shop-
I'm sorry they can'tt be here to
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
in Re: Estate of
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
Notice is hereby given that I have
tJed my final returns as Adminis-
tratrix of the Estate of Jack Jus-
ti.e, deceased; 'that I have filed
my Petition for distribution and for
final discharge, and that on De-
cember 19, 1960, I will apply to the
Honorable S. P. Husband, County
Judge of Gulf County, Florida, for
approval of said final returns and
for an order of distribution and for
final discharge as Administratrix of
tue Estate of Jack Justice, deceas-'
/s/ Elizabeth I. Justice
Administratrix of the Estate
of Jack Justice, deceased.
DIAL BAll 7-4331
Worship With Us
CHURCH of the
Corner Long Ave. & Niles Rd.
Sunday School _- 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Serv. .. 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday ...-7:30 p.m.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSOiAV, "E"EM6F' 1, 1960
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
Sunday School -------------10:00 A.M:
Morning Worship ----- ---11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship .- 7:45 P.M;
Prayer Service (Thursday) .-.- 7:45 P.M.
Air Conditioned for your Comfort
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
THE CHURCH OF GOD
of Highland View
--- WELCOMES YOU
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday)
Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
TRAINING UNION 7:30 pm.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:80 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ---. 7:30 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
You Ave 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 7:80 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) --7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
John C. Carmichael, Pastor
Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship .. 6:15 p.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.
,, -.'* #
Santa's TOYLAND at EBB'S
IS FILLED WITH ALL SORTS of wonderful toys for boys and
girls of all ages. You'll find trucks, wagons, tricycles dolls, doll
carriages, books, puzzles, games, guns, tea sets and many more new
S and exciting toys. Visit your friendly WEBB'S STORE. Discover
for yourself that your dollar buys more at an 0. M. WEBB STORE.
Poppin' Top $1.98
Others as low as 69c
SEE OUR COMPLETE
TOYS AND GAMES
49c to $2.98
69c to $1.98
Gun & Holster Sets
$1.00 to $5.98
Mechanical Chipmunk Toy PULL TOYS
$1.9 8 As low as 8SC SNARE DRUMS 79c
Use YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE AT AN 0. M. WEBB STORE I Only
Our 10. M. WEBB STORES I 10%
lay-Awayl YOUR COMPLETE CHRISTMAS TOYLAND Down
234 REID AVE., PORT ST. JOE -- and WEWAHITCHKA
AT A MINIMUM COST
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Lisa Can Ride Her 'Godilocks' Again
Because of Help From March of Dimes
A magnificent fairyland
of a special kind, in which
leg aches are still known
but not felt so often as be-
fore, has just opened for
four-year-old Lisa Sliker,
of Leicester, N. Y.
"My doctors," the blue-eyed
and auburn-haired Lisa tells
everyone today, "have made
my leg almost all well again.
Now I can sit on my horsie,
Goldilocks, and I can walk to
the barn on my crutches and IR
see my kittens and the pigs."
The new lease on life accord-
ed little Lisa is due in great
measure to the treatment she
continues to receive each month
at the arthritis clinical study
center at University of Roches-
ter-Strong Memorial Hospital,
established with public contri-
butions to the March of Dimes.
Stricken three years ago with
baffling rheumatoid arthritis in
her right leg, the attractive
child wore a cast for many
months but now no longer J
wears it at night-although she
goes to sleep hugging "my old
leg" like a doll.
Lisa is one of 30,000 young-
sters in the United. States who
are afflicted by rheumatoid ar-
thritis which interferes with
bone growth and may cause V
deformity. In addition to the
study center visited by Lisa at
Rochester, March of Dimes
funds have made possible the ,..
opening of additional arthritis "
study centers in New York
City, Dallas and San Francisco.
Mrs. Sliker recounts:
"My husband and I were
scared witless when Lisa's
stumbling was diagnosed as
provoked by rheumatoid ar-
thritis, which somehow sound-
ed like something that might
strike your great-grandfather.
But not strike down the beau- Lisa Sliker, four, rheumatoid
tiful, merry and innocent little her Daddy's pigs on farm at
baby with whom God had still wears cast on her right I
"It was a terrif3Ing experi- may be helped by the March
ence for us to watch Lisa lying of Dimes."
motionless in her crib, pain in Mrs. Sliker is a volunteer
her eyes and face but holding worker in her county during
back the tears. Her right knee the March of Dimes, collecting
was swollen to unbelievable funds for The National Founda-
size. But now that she is much tion's expanded program which
better and some day may walk includes significant birth de-
again unassisted by crutches, fects together with arthritis
we pray that, like Lisa, others and continued work in polio.
arthritis victim, is able to feed
Leicester, N. Y., although she
"My farmer husband helps
me call on neighbors during
January," Mrs. Sliker adds.
"The snows are mountainous at
that time of year in our neck.
of the woods, but we both feel
that helping the March o
Dimes is the least we can do in
return for the help given ou.
In Boot Tramning I Guests of Taylors Guests of Nedleys
Richeard Nall, grandson of 'Mrs. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dou s Nl
I. C. Nedley, who has visited in S. J. TAYor were Mr. 'an 'Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Dougly Nas Nall and
Port 'St. Joe frequently is taking W. Tomlinson and daughter or 'otmil and Patsy Nall of Jack-
his boot training in the N&a'y at Jaeksounville. Mr. Tomlinson is Mr. ,olville were guests of Mr. and
Wesley R. Ramsey, Editor
Port St. Joe, Florida
On Friday morning, November
25, 1960, someone willfully or acci-
dentally ,shot any son's pet dog in
the lower part of the stomach
with a 22 caliber bullet. We took
the dog to the animal hospital in
Panana City, Friday afternoon, for
treatment in an attempt to save
his life, but was informed by the
veterinarian that the dog died
Sunday afternoon about 3:00 ip.m.
Whether this occurrence was a
willful act or carelessness on the
part of the party or parties involv-
ed, it is -my understanding that it
is unlawful to discharge firearms
in the city limits of Port .St. Joe.
Also it is easily understood that
if 'this -was carelessness in. discharg-
ing of firearms, that this aeme bul-
let could have truck a human be-
ing. If this 'was a -Willful act It is
difficult to believe that such a form
of humanity 'does live and exist in
Mrs. R. W. Henderson
108 Bellamy CIrcle
Port St. Joe, Fla.
202 HARRISON AVE.
2,566 Acres Are
Burned In Gulf
J. H. Pope, Dispatcher for 'he
Florida Forest Service reports :this
week that so far this year, 36 fresh
,have burned. 2,566. acres. of wood-
lands in Gulft County. There were
17 lightning fires in this total of
39-the remaining -fires being cans-
ed 1by carelessness. The lightning
fires destroyed 2,410.8 acres of
During the same period last year
39 'fires ,burned only 358.8 acres of
rwoodliads. Twenty-four of these
fires were caused by lightning.
Pope urges the cooperation of
Gulf county citizens in reporting
lightning fires and taking extreme
care with fire in the woods to hold
down careless fires.
In case of a forest fire, you
should dial BA1l' 9-2341 or dial the
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J. Edwin Larson .
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Ref resbhments were served to
Fro Parking aMiss Alma sDasggett, Mrs. Theo
p r .P Wind e Johnson, Mrs. Clyde White, 'Mrs.
rive Window Service harles Marshall, Mrs. Daryal
Buzzett's Drug Store 'Stridkand, Mrs. B. A. ollier, Mrs.
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The next meeting is to be held
CLASSIFIED ADS during the week of prayer on De-
-- member 5-9 at the Long Aveaue.
FOR RENT: 3 unfurnished ho.ues Baptitst Church."
,at St. Joe Beach. 1 3.bedroom
and -room. See L W. Duren G. A.'s Attend Mission .
or phone 7-3171 or 7-6511. tfc-8-12
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom houses or Study Program
apartments. Furnished or unfur- ,
ntoed. Call 7-3321 days or 9-1481 Furteen J"unlor G. A.'.s frdm .the
at tIg. .Mii. Shairey. ttc10-6 eLang Avenue Baptist Church at-
S_ tended the foreign mission, study
FOR RENT: Furnished one bedram. hold at the church Tuesday, Novem-
cotatge. Living room, dinette-kit- ber 21.
.cheen combined and bath. Four nil.M.
froin Port St. Joe on Hiway 30. 'Mrs. Cawthon Williams and Mrs.
P.one Presnell at 7-5065. tte-11-17 Otia Ogle, taught the book, "New
S, Home-New Friends". Rev. J. C.
FOR RENT: .1, 2 and 3 bedroom .H
beach houses. Well furnished, gas Odum poke to the girls about:
beat. Automatic washer in one. $9 what Baptists believe.
per 'rek and up. Phone 648-4352 or The girls enjoyed,' the delicious
74771. tfc-11-17 lunch served by 'the fostering dcr-
FOR. RENT: Nice furnished apart- cies. .
.anen-t for couple only. Call Mrs. .
Morgan Jones at 7-7641. tfc-11-24
FOR RENT: 2 'bedroom furnished
apartment in Costin Building. 116
Monument Ave. Call BA 7-7816. ltc
FOR RENT: Nice unfurnished two
.bedroom 'house on cotnbr lot. '
Near school ;,creened: :porch, car-
-port, laundry~woom, blind alhdr, gias -
Jank *urnished. .one 9-1681."' ite Mr.. antdl Mrs. Robert Oharles
FOR SALE: 4 enw VA houses on Heacock announce -the birth pt a
Cypress Asy. Nearly completed. daughter, -Lora Kay, on November
No.. down payment. -Just, closing 19.-
costs or qualified veteran. PRID-I Mr. and *Mrs. Deward La Harper
ON AGENC. phone 7-7741, 301 an-nounce the birth of a baby girl,
Donna Lynn on November 20.
-THURSDAY, November 24, 1960 t Mr. and, Mrs. Billy Joe Griffith
.FOR. SALE: Kenmore sewing (ma- announce the birth of a son-, Tim-
chine with attachments. $45.00.' iag veb 2.
Gsll1"7-2575. 4tp-ll-10 my Craig on November 23. L
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WANTED TO BUY: Equity in 3- 'Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
bedroom home in St. Joe. Call ___S_______H .
7-8041 after 6 Ipan. 3tc-11-1'T
SSpend Holidays Here -
SEE OUR BEDROOM suites before Leonard and Martha ,Costin spent Lc
Syou 'buy. 'Surplus ales of St. Joe. \e TIg ays re
US- D0..thle Thanksgiving holds here
.LET US-'DO that moving job tor with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. a
you. We have -the equipment and L. Costin'.
know.how. Surplus Sales of St. Joe. -
WANTED TO BUY: Second, hand ATTEND MEETING
upright piano in good- condition. Kathy Hill, 'Shelly and Oatherie
Call Ann Roberts phone 7-5966. lp asey, ,M. W. P. Dockery and La
*FOR-.SALE: 17-Jewel Bulova ladies Mrs. Otis Ogle attended -the Assoc- A
.watch. New. White gold. $30.00. Nation Junior Girl's Auxiliary meet- V,
.Phone 7-7696. 2tp-12-1 Igat the Brannonvill'e Church in
A FEW REAL BARGAINS in elec- Panama City Monday night.
trickc and gas cook stoves. 'Surplus 4 .
Sales of St. Joe. Visit In Georgia
ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners The J. A. Alligood family spent
Sand floor polishers. Sales and T!ha'nksgiving in Meegs, Georgia vis-
service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Me- citing with Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hays
Clellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone .
BAl, 7-3781 tto and Mrs. 3. G. Alligood.
-FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at
1710 Palm Blvd. Two years old. 10 Tips Given for
LIIng room drapes, gabage dl ri
posal nluded. 0a1U B" 72911. Christmas Mailing
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for n mai
kuick expert service. tfe T t o d hristmas mail-
eing practices were given this week
tF YOU ARE INTERESTED in by Postmaster General Arthur E.
saving money see us for anything Su,, field The pOinter ',are:
you need in your home. STOP and mm ield. The pnter are:.
SWAP SHOP. 1. Mail Christmas cards and par-.
cels for distant .states in advance
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 of .December 10, and for local d-
hour. Cut your lawn and let me ..
worty with upkeep of mower. Gulf livery not later than Decemiber 16,
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- and remember that the beat time
son, Phone 7-7501. to avoid crowds in most post offic-
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, es is before 10 a.im., or -between
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet. 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. Also, use stamp
ing first and third Thursday nights -
8:00 'p.m., American Legion Home. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
SAMARITAN LODGE No.d40, I. GUL COUNTY,. FORIDA.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth In Chancery.
Thursdays, 7:30 p.m in American Rufus M. Allen, Plaintlf,
'legion Hall. All members urged '0o
ttt e e Louise Maude Allen, Defendant
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon Notice to Louise Maude Allen
Secretary: Theo Bishopo whose place of residence Is 320
ea hMonroe 'Street, Brooklyn, New
f. A. M.-Regular convocation of York.
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. On or before the 27th day of De-
., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- cemiber, A.D., 1960 the defendant,
lag brothers welcome. Louise Maude Allen, is required to
David H. Jones, High Priest serve 'upon Benjamin H. Dickens,
Joel Lovett, i.Secretary Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address
is 303 Fourth Street, Port 'St. Joe,
FTHERE WILL BE a r ar c lorida, a copy of and file with the
S n answer to the-Bill of Complant
No. 111, F&AM every first and filed against her herein for divorce.
thid Thursday a~t 8:00 p.m. Witness my hand and official
.ooseal of said Court at Wewahltchkta,
Goalf County, Florida, this 22 day of
ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M. November, A.D., R 690.
POPE FENDLEY, See. Clerk C~rcuit Cout 11-24l
all Master MaWon coddihaly invited (Clrcuit Cou'rt Seal)
toe .'aooainea itroan your local 10. And, finally, if you don't ,know
offl e. .. the answer to a mailing problem
ack a d, wrap secu-rely. Ctsh-' -ask. Postal Employees are happy
Should' be placed on all sid-esq to help you. y answering your
questions on mailing regu nations. THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1960
$ f I"r- I ,-w-,, inrv, cir-- A W'Y I
S* vending machines if ste ao at the Christmas gift, and the car-
Long Ave. BaptiST dows are crowded. .-- ton shouldibe wrapped in heavy -
I2. Address mail correctly--nlmdte per and tied with strong twine,
irle 6 MetS ing full name and address, postal (Aleo, place a card with your own
._-' :6 Mzone numbers and your return ad- return address as well as the des-
r m o dress; write or print deary. tination address inside the parcel
Thnregutla~r meeting of..rle 6 3. Although Christmaes yards may to aid in delivery if the outside!
'of the Long Avenue Bapt -Ohturh be sent unsealed for a 3-cent rate, wrapper should be lost) -.
was tfeld on Nov'miber i. a ne the 4-cent .'~ft. olasa sealed rate is, 7. Parcels containing delicate
lome of Mrs. Donald laird O nI -deLsrable-.because it -automriically gifts must be marked "fragile", and
SBolevar assures torwarding- tVihe addressee foodstuffs should, be marked "per-
The meeting was opened with the has moved and left..,a new address,- ishable" if they are subject to
watchword and prayer by the chair- or. the.card is returned if it is un- spoilage.
man, Miss Alman Baggett. deliverabIe (projd'ed' ,the sender .8. Insure parcels and register let-
ha ipt 'a return"address on it). :ers of real value. Where only proof
The program fwas opened with 4. Iont mail money in Christmas of delivery is 'desired for letters of
the Bible reading by Mrs. Russl ts or parcels. Use postal money no intrinsfc value, Certified Mail
Goolsiby. Mre. Da vd' Jemnkins-anl ordars or check. is useful.
rs. Clyde' White took pa t in a .5. When mii ing a large mailing 9. Use combination Mail where a
-very Interesting panel discussion, of Chrisias cards, separate them letter or message (other than a
"To Die Without His Word"' whleh into "local" and "out-boft'ow" bun- gift tag) is to be enclosed inside
was about the people of Isra dles, using. 'adjiesi e ,baUds which a Christmas package.
Mna R. A. Oollier,. ProraTm hair- .. .. ...' ---. -- -
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