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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: October 12, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

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


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TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1961 NUMBER S


Lose To Milton 13 to 30



Sharks Seo


Conference


The Port St. Joe .Sharks 'abso'rb-
ed' their second defeat of the sea-
son (2-2) at the hands of the Mil-


ton Panthers last Friday night.
Milton scored in. every quarter ex-
cept' the third. The Panthers capi-
talized on several. Shark mistakes
which, resulted in scores. Milton.
recovered a Shark fumble In the
first.quarter and intercepted a pass
in the second quarter, both result-
ing in touchdowns. In the fourth
quarter the Sharks gambled and
lost on a first down attempt deep-
in Milton territory and the Pan-
thers also turned this Into a score.
. Behind 18 to 0 at halftime the
Sharks came back in the third
quarter and, it looked like :they
were going to make a game out of,
it. The Sharks, with Fensom and
Nance doing most of the --carrying
moved to the Milton 15. Fensom
fumbled to Milton but the Panth-
ers turned right around" and fumbl-
ed it back with Jimmy Goodman
recovering. Larry Davis passed 15
yards to George Boyer for the first
Shark TD. The other touchdown
came in the fourth quarter on a


St. Joe To Preside Telephon


ek First At Student Meet
tAs president school of the North- t
\/west Florida Association of Stu- .
,e VI Ictory dent Councils, the Student Council r R a"
of Port St. Joe High School will
be in charge of the Association's
pass from Davis to James Gibson annual convention, to be held Sat- f L C ool PTA Di
who rambled 53 yards to score. urday, October 14, at Madison High, l.S o l A
The final score was 30 to 13. the secretary-treasurer school. Ce A A
The Sharks meet DeFuniak Presiding over the one-day affair Center Activities At
Springs tomorrow night for their, will be Richard Thompson, presi-
fifth game of the season. The dent of the Port St. Joe Council. The first regular meeting of the
Sharks as well as the Braves will, Other delegates will be Johnny High School PTA was held In the
be looking for their first confer- Chafin. vice-president; Larry Davis High ,School Auditorium on Sop-
once victory. Walton's only confer- treasurer; Eve Rutland, recording tember 28. President L. W. Porter
ence game was a loss to Quincy. secretary and Jan Rawls. James called the meeting to order at 8:00
The game will start at 8:00 p.m. Moore, the council's faculty advisor p.m. Leroy Bowdoin led those pres-
at Shark Stadium. will also attend. ent in a salute to the flag. The de-
THE YARDSTICK Port St. Joe's campaign for votional was then given by Rev.
Milton St. Joe NWFASC president began in 1958, George Miller on the subject "Imi-
16 First Downs 6 when Quincy squeezed out a two- stations b y Children."
328 Yards rushing 74 vote victory for vice-president.
15 Yards passing 118 Then in 1959, Port St. Joe defeated Mrs. Ivey, chairman of education,
2-& Passes completed 0-13 Ohattahoochee for vice-presudent, presented a notice about the Chi-
0 Had Intercepted 2 and moved up without opposition pola Area Education Project and.
1 Fumbles lost 1: to -the presidency last falL' promised a progress report at the
35 Yards penalized 0 A new slate of officer will be next meeting.
#* elected Saturday, and Port St.
WE PICK Joe's term will expire, but: the lo- Two ne w office. Mrs. were then
St. Joe, 20; Walton, 13. cal delegation is expected to make became the corresponding secre-n
Cottondale, 34; Altha, 6 an announcement about its future ry and Briggs Scissonding ecre-
Blountstown, 36; Chattahoochee 7 political aspirations. the arliamentarian.
Monticello, 12; Quincy,' 7. The main purpose for these con- the pariamentarian.
Vernon, 26; Sneads, 6 mentions is not politics. The stu- The proposed 0 budget for 1961-62
Milton, 28; Marlanna,. 0 dents break up Into groups and totaling $70.00 was submitted to
Florida High, 28; Chipley, 6 seek solutions to many of one an- the body and referred back to the
Apalachicola, 24; Bristol, 0 other's problems. executive board. A re-written bud-
get will be.presented at the next
.:A. x /regular PTA meeting.
A proposed change in the By-
.".'-' ..'' ;" '"': Laws, to raise the annual member-
"" "'' .... ...''. .. .. ship dues from 50c !to $1.00 ,per
person, was read to the body. This
.A ..change in-the By-Laws will be vol
Sed upon at -the next regular meet-
_e i" 'mng. V ted
The PTA voted, as a project ,for
,'. t ,'" .the year, to make a study of the
.!N -,-4' library needs, with recommenda-
S tions to be presenfed-to lthe body
later in the year.--., 4 .
Leo Shealy, program .chairman,
'.i 'then introduced the guest speaker,
IF Pete Culbertson ("Uncle Pete"-
WJHG-TV) who is full time youth
J. -director at Tyndall Air Force Base.
Mr. Culbertson spoke on teen clubs
and ,their importance to the conm-:
._, ..munity. He explained the import-
ance-,-- ce of working with ,the youth
.o your community and helping
them to believe i; Godparents and
., :',: ,. ',,:_ ..... ... .... ,. ^ .. ..


e Company To Appeal




Boost At Hearing Tuesday


scusses Youth

t First Meeting


Jewel Hinote

Taken By Death

Monday Night

Jewel Hinote, age 49, passed,
away suddenly at his home Mon-
day night at 11:30 p.m. froni a
heart attack. Hinote was watching
television 'when the attack hit ;hit
at about 10:15.
Hinote has lived in Port St. Joe
for a number of years and was em-
ployed by the St. Joe Paper Comn-
pany.
Survivors include his wife, Nova,
Port St. Joe; one step-daughtei,
Miss Carolyn Smith of Jackson,
ville; his father, W. E. Hinote of
Milton; three brothers, T. W. and
Harold of Port St. Joe and David
of Macon, Ga. ; four- sisters,. Mrs.
Selma Gandy, Pensacola; Mrs. Na-
omi Roberts, Port St. Joe; Mrs.
Mary Alice Lyons, Port St. Joe and
Mrs. N. J. Casey of Crestview.
Funeral' services were held Wed-
nesday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. from:
the 'Long Avenue Baptist Church
-of which 'he was a member, with
the Rev. J. C. Odum; pastor, offl-
ciating. Interment .was in Holly
Hill 'Cemetery.
Active 6,allbearers were J. 0. Lu-
cas, Frank McDonald, Fred Perry,
L, E. Thursday, George McLa wSon
and Harxy McKnight. -Honorary,
pallbearers were the Men's Bro-
'therhood members of" tihe Long
Avenue Baptist Church,'
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments. .

Junior High Team
Loses To Apalach


Hearing Set for 10:00 A.M. At

City Hall; Opposition May Testify

The St. Joseph Telephone and asking the following rate schedule
Telegraph Company will appear be- for Port St. Joe:
tore the Florida Railroad and Pub- Business, 1 party, up 75c to $9.50.
li Utilities Commission next Tues- Business, 2 party, up 50c to $8.25.
day morning at 10:00 a.m. in the Business, 4 party up 50c to $6.25.
Port St. Joe City Hall for the pur- Residence, 1 ,party, up 50c to $5.25
pose of being heard on a request Residence 2 party, up 45c to $4.45
of the phone company to hike its Residence 4 .party, up 25c to $3.50
rate throughout its system. Other rate 'hikes throughout the
The phone company first appear- St. Joseph operating territory in-
ed before the Commission last cluding Apalachicola, Carrabelle,
month to give their reasons for re- Chattahoochee, Blountstown, Altha,
questing a hike in rates, but no Bristol, Wewahitchka, Tyndall AFB
opposing testimony was heard at and The Beaches are all receiving.
this first hearing. Next Tuesday, higher increases than Port St. Joe.
those. opposing the. hike in rates Because of these larger 'hikes, the
may question the company as to company is receiving some opposi-
their intentions. tion to their new proposed rate.
According to a brief filed before The larger rate hikes in other ci-
the Florida Railroad and Public ties are designed to bring all the
Utilities Commission in the Sep- services in the company's ex-
tember hearing the company is changes up to a par with those


"Project Alert" Movie
To Be Shown Tuesday
R. H. Ellzey, chairman for Gulf
County's "Project Alert" activity
announced this week that a movie,
"Communist Encirclement, 1961"
will, be shown at the Port St. Joe.
Elementary School Auditorium at
8;.90 p fu. next Tuesday night.
*$he movie will be free and the
public is cordially invited to attend
"Project Alert" is an educational
MOgVO n designed .to make the
palibU more aware o'f the dangeza
M; Communism.

pPictures Delayed for -
This Week's Issue of Star
The Star regrets that several
pictures taken for this week's
front page were delayed on the
bus lines enroute to the engrav-
ers and could not be returned to
The Star until this morning.
Obviously this late date would


charges in Port St. Joe. Based- on
the one party business phone rate,
tle rates are being hiked irom
$3.75 in Bristol and Altha to $100
in Apalachicola.,
According to 'a table submitted
to the Commission by the St. Jo-
seph Telephone Company the new:
rates will still be below -the near-
'est independent .phone company in
this. area, the Trl-Co~fty System
operating in the Holmes oun'ty
area. Several other-: hone rates
were offered for comparison jn tih
Perry ana/Madison area.
According to the company's ap-
plicdatn, they-are 6'w realizing
3.91% profits from their invest,-
ment and want their rates hiked
-so as to realize 4.64%.
The, Company recently borrowed
over $2 million from REA to en-
large its systenrand construct new
-dial facilities in all of Its exchan-
ges. Since the loan was received
by the company, according to their
records they have expanded 'their
overall system from 3,970 phone
customers to 5,885 as of June 30,


'Pictured above is the Pentecostal Holiness Church turning a Fall at
whose congregation Is observing Harvest-time Church is having
"Round-Up" during the month of October, fea- signed to promc


Bishop Hardin Sets Date To Appear

In Local Methodist Church Pulpit

Bishop Paul Hardin, Jr., presid- 7:00 p.m., CST. Churches in thila
ing Bishop of the Alabama-West Sub-District are: Altha, Blounts-
Florida Conference of The Metho- town, Honeyville, Port St. JoA
dist Church, will deliver the Ser- Highland View, Mexico Beach, Ovr.


mon at rte Annual D.istrict uonfer-
ence of the Marianna District, to
be held at Port St. Joe, on the
'morning of November 2 at 12:00,
according 'to an announcement re-
leased this week by Dr. W. B. At-
kinson, District 'Superintendent.


erstreet, wewanitcnKa, Williams
Memorial and Red Oak.

Jaycees To Conduct
"Junior Miss" Contest


"We are highly honored 'and The Port St. Joe- Jaycees voted
most fortunate in being able to at their regular meeting Tuesday
bring Bishop Hardin to our An-
nual District Conference this year", .night to undertake the "Junior
Dr. Atkinson stated, "And, to have Miss" program in Gulf County, if
him visit our .District and be pres-! enough contestants' can be lined up
ent at this Annual Meeting of the for the program. The Junior Miss
Ministers and Laymen from all of contest is a talent-beauty contest,
the seven Counties in the Marian- sponsored nation-wide by the Jay-
na District, will be another 'first' cAes. Entrants must be seniors in
for our District", Dr. Atkinson ad- high school, between the ages of
ded. 16 and 19 and never have been
-At their Annual Picnic of the married.
Ministers -and their families, at The Jaycees .have'set a tentative
Blue Pond, near Chipley, in June, date of Friday, December 1 for the
the Ministers voted unanimously show. Winner of the show will go
to request the District Superinten- to Pensacola next March for area
dent to hold 'Group' First Quarter- judging, and if a winner there, on
ly Conferences, on. a .Sub-District to Mobile, Ala., for the national
basis, this Fall. These Group Con- event.
ferences have been planned for the ______.____
month of October, as follows: Oc-
tober 12th: the Walton Sub-District Birth Announcements.
Group Quarterly Conference is to --
be held at the First Methodist Mr. and Mrs. George Miller Hun-
Church, DeFuniak Springs. Local ter, Jr., announce the birth of a
people to take part in this Confer- baby girl, Elizabeth Ann on Octo-
ence are Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Dis- her 6.
strict President of the Woman's Mr. and Mrs. Dallas W. Taylor
Society of Christian Service and announce the birth of a daughter,
Rev. J. C. Carmichael, District Di- Angela Mae on October 4.
rector of Education. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Ward an-
October 26, the Gulf-Calhoun nounce the birth of ta son, Thomas
Sub-District Group Quarterly Con- Lee on October 9.
ference will be held at the First (All births occurred at the
Methodist Ohurch, Wewahitchka at Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)


c country. He &tressed the impo Jrt ni g e o l to mk ete 1961
,ucry. setin a good ex l- 'The Port St. Joe Junior High, o oo ate o m e ne aea-
sance of setting a good example seventh and eighth grade, football line and we had to go to press In addition to service rate hikes
for them to follow. team traveled to Apalachicola this without -them. the company proposes the follow-
ttendance building campaign. The He spoke a further on how to or- past Thursday and were defeated Included In the pictures was a ing increases in service work:
Special services each Sunday de ganize a successful youth center.by a score of 13-0. This was the photo of the crowd of children New Installations and outside
>te their month long program. He stressed that young people first game for most of these young attending the Jaycee Bicycle Ro- moves, hiked $1.25 to $5.00.
--- must be given 'the opportunity and players. A return game will be deo and two action football pic- Reconnects for non-pay up $1.50
the responsibility of managing a played in Port St. Joe on October tures of last Friday's game. to $2.50.
Bicycle Rodeo Has teen center He also strsed the19 at 7:30 p.m. The seventh and Other reconnects, up $1.00 to
importance of selecting th Director eighth grade players say that they Nazarene Church To $2.50.
S]Mr.erCulerso ar" are anxious to meet this team Observe Anniversary Aninteresting note foundinthe
Large Turn-Out Mr. Culbertson agreed to help s again. voluminous report to the Public
Por t St. Je to develop a success The seventh, eighth and ninth The Church of the Nazarene, will Utilities Commission shows that
The Port t Je fir ful youth center,, grade boys will be divided up as conduct all day services Sunday. the St. Joseph Company has $594.48
The Port t. Joe Jacees first Rev. Harry Babbitt was named equally as possible for an ntra-This will mark the first anniver- Invested in each of its phone cus-
bicycle rodeo was a definitechairman o the S House ad quad game this Thursday night. sary of the new church. towers n instruments, switchboard
success last Saturday morning in advisory committee. The following Game time will be 7:30 p.m. The There will .be regular worship in equipment, etc.
front of the Elementary School. persons volunteered to serve on Apalachicola game, October 19 will the morning service. From 2:00
Approximately 175 children all, this committee: Harry White, Mrs. start at 7:30 p.m. p.m. until 4:00 p.m. there will be Brownie TrOOp Number 4
with bicycles, to swarm over the Theresa Johnson, Leo Shealy, Le- Forty-two boys in the seventh singing and special numbers. Elects Officers Thursday
Jaycees seeking to ,bring some or- roy Bowdoin, Mrs. Bowdoin, Mr. and eighth grades allsaw some ac- There -will be singers from out of
der of competition out of the haos McConnell, Mrs. Myrtle Odom, Mrs. tion. The boys playing in this first town. The church is also inviting sixteen Brownies attended the
of all these children milling about, Tom Coldewey, Tom Gibson, Mrs. singing groups from the lo-first meeting of Troop IV or the
showed up for the event. George Anchors and Mrs. Jean, At- John Thomas Adams, Earl Thom- cal churches. year on Thursday, October 5 at
In spite of the large number of chison. as Atchison, William Rudolph Ant- Lunch will be served 'at the the home of Mrs. Wayne Hendrix.
children, the Jaycees managed to The room prize was wn by Mrs. ley William Jerome Barnes, Ed- church. Bring your well filled bas- Mrs. W. H. Howell, Jr., a co-leader
put the young bicyclists through Pridgeon's room, 8-A. Max Davis, ward Bryan Baxley, William Rod- ket and join us next Sunday. instructed the girls in parliamen-
their tests and provided reflective a new teacher, was presented to erick Bowdoin, L a r ry Wayne J. A. BLACKWELL, tary procedure.
tape for all bicycn To s in attendance the body. announced that the Branch, David Kenneth Brodnax, Pastor After seemingly every nominee
Chairmen Tommy Pridgeon and Leo Shealy announced that the Thomas Amos Buttram, Herman nominated herself, the following of-
Jake Koller, at present have their program for the next meeting would Thomas Amos Buttram, HermDa owlin Standin nominated herelf, the following of-
Eugene Danford, Donnie Leland Da- Bowling Standins.ficers were elected: Holly Hen!
judges scanning through the grade be Civil Defense. vidson, Mitchell Gary Davis, Rob- drix, president; Midge Howell, vice
sheets to determine the winners. There were approximately 100 ert Henry ey, Garey Harle MERCHANT'S LEAGUE president; Carol Parker, secretary;
The winners, a boy 'and 'girl, from persons in attendance at this first Fain, Maurice Edward Fuller. W L Gaylpresident; C treasurer, secretary;
both the age 6 through 10 and. 10 meeting. The PTA urges each par- John Wesley Maddox, Edward Pat's Wonder Bar --...... 12 4 Parer, scribe. These offisur ers will
through 12 groups will be announc- ent of a high school student to Matthew Mcarand, Danny Ken- Woolord's Service 11er, scribe. These officers will
ed at Elementary assembly Friday come, join and help with the busi- MatthOakew Mcs, Thomas Allen O'Neal, Plant's 8 8 service hold office for three months.
of this week. nes of your PTA. neth Cakes, Thomas Allen O'Neal, Pylant's 8 8 The Brownie promise, slogan' and
of this week. h ess of your PTA. Stone's Bar ............. 8 8 motto were discussed and repeated
SThe Jaycees are ,having .trophies "* Bond Parents Group Pate's Shell ------7 8 in unison. several son were
prepared for the winners, with B.onvPae*.n tsG 0ni roup 'nu.ns Custom Shopn....... 7 9ine Sever sack usongets were
Thames Jewelry donating the en- Ja e S ting Will Meet Tonight Pridgeon's Agency.._6 9 a rned. Paper sack puppets wer
-graving work on the trophies. Philllp's "66" ------............... 4 12 Those attending were Janie a-
-9 Those attending were Janie Ca-
SIToyS for Tots" The Band Parents of the Port they, Carol Parker, Otis Kate Pyle,
POrt St. Joe Oysters S_ t. Joe High School band will Harry Lamar Orrell, Frank Wayne Debbie Floyd, Susan Rust, Gayle
Ted Cannon, chairman of the hold their monthly meeting Thurs-.Pate, Gerald Dewayne Pitts, Dan- Collins, Vickie Ford, Kathy McIn-
Famous In Arkansas Jaycees "Toys for Tots" program day night at 8:00 p.m. in the band ny Lee Raffield, Jackie Rae Raf- nis, Kate Robbins, Pam O'Brian
announces this week that his com-'room. field, Wesley Ray Ramsey, Jr., Wai- Marsha Player, Lanell Chason, Da-
Port St. Joe has finally made mittee is ready to swing into action Band master, Herman Dean has ter Alan Richardson, Johnnie Ro- nis Jordan, Joy Parker, Midge Ho''
it. Harry H. Saunders, sent us to get toys ready for distribution 165 boys and girls in the band now. gers, Alfred Lee Rudd. Mark Rut. ell and Holly Hendrix. "
a copy of menu from a Holiday to underpriviledged children, at That includes beginners band, Jun- land. --------
Inn restaurant in Ozark, Arkan- Christmas time. or 'band and senior band. William Harry Smith, Edward
sas this week which features The toys may be left at the St. Every parent of these 165 boys Conner Scisson, Daniel Harris Od- Garden Club Circles Meet
"Port St. Joe Oysters". Joe Auto Parts Co., on Williams and girls are urged to attend-not um, George Edward Small, Jr., The Gladiolus Circle of the Port
A small note on the menu pen- Avenue or a phone call .to Cannon 'ust senior band parents-,but par- James Richard Thursbay, Andrew St. Joe Garden Club will meet this
ned by Saunders said, "I never at the Florida National Bank will ents of all three bands. Ellison Trammell, John Michael afternoon at 3:00 p.m. at the home
thought that I would live to see get somebody by your home to pick If anyone has been overlooked by Weston, Charles Gilford Wiley, of Mrs. I. W. Duren.
the day." up your toys. the mother's band calender sales' James Frederick Wise, David Carl The Night Circle of the Garden
With such a delightful taste The "Toys for Tots" program Is and desires a calendar, call 229- Wood, Thomas Joseph Wright, Ran- Club will meet at the Youth Cen-
as Port St. Joe oysters have, a project of the Port St. Joe Jay- 1686. There are a few left to be dy Armstrong, James A. Cox, John ter on Eighth Street tonight at
thev shouldd bh advertised. -s Bold. Clausius Maddox. 7:80 p.m.


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Duren-Jones Engagement Told

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Walter Duren of Port St. Joe,
Florida, announce the engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter, Crista Elizabeth, to Gary
Travis Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Jones, also of
Port St. Joe. The wedding is to be an event of Decem-
ber 2, 1961, in the First Methodist Church of Port St.
Joe. No invitations are being mailed in Port St. Joe, but,
all friends and relatives of the couple are invited to the
wedding and the reception.


Honored With Shower


Miss Catherine Duren, Mrs. Ernest Thursbay and
Miss Alice Land are pictured above at a recent stork
shower at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Duren, hon-
oring Mrs. Thursday.
Hostesses for the occasion were Miss Land and'
Miss Duren. (Star photo)


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Henderson-Levins

Wedding Told

Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Henderson
of Port St. Joe, announce the
marriage of their daughter, Mary
Ellen,..to Jaep Levins, son of .Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Levins, also of Port
St. Joe.
The wedding was -an event of
September 23 In the home of
the brides' parents.
The couple now resides, at 401
13th Street.
4--------
Eta Upsilon Starts
Fall Rushing Agenda
Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta Sig-
ma Phi started their fall rushing
agenda with a 'Back to Schoorl" par-
ty. The theme was carried out to
the fullest.
Name tags were pinned.on at the
door for' the benefit of those who
did not know everyone. They were
little red school houses with- white
wings 'attached to the back. The
theme for Beta Sigma Phi this year
is ""Live With Wings". Roll was
'called and everyone answered and
gave a short talk about themselves
'Students present' were: Merlene
"ard, Sara Peters, Wandis Scott,
'Janie Murphy, Jerry Ward, Pauline
McGill, Lib' Hammock, Flo Mad-
1 dox, 'Lillian iall, Jean Martin,
(June Gay, Eulalia Slajer, Elva
Jones and, rushees, Eta McLead,
Greta Freeman,'Sonny Dean, Alene
Abrams, ,Shirley Johnson, Frances
Graham, Pat Costin, Jo Thompson
and teacher, Gladys Brown.
Everyone came dressed as a first
grader and the prize for the clever-
est' dressed was presented to Pat
Costin. She was wearing a red i
white polka dot, inafore with a
white blouse, bobbie socks and a
large red hair ribbon.' '
Gladys Brown acted as teacher
and called class to order with 'then
ringing. of the school bell. Games
and contests which related to the
traditional 'reading, 'ritilng and
'rith-metic were enjoyed by all.
A skit was presented during "re-
cess" 'by Lib Hammock and Mer-
lene Ward which Dpertained to the
meaning and purpose of Beta Sig-
ma Phi.
Bag lunches with cokes were ser'
v-ed to all and a few were quite sur-
prised to find cold sweet potatoes
and biscuits in their lunch bags,
along with the delicious and-
wlches, cookies, canapes and fruit.
Glass was dismissed at 11:00 and
a ,good time was had by all!
Home From 'School
Steve Kennedy, who is attending
school at Jones Business ,Shoof aet
Jacksonville =visited with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Ken-
nedy of Oak Grove last week end.










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SGuild Makes

UNICEF Plans

The Wesleyan Service Guild of
the First Methodist Church met
Tuesday night at the home of Mrs.
iTommy Pridgeon. There were 13
members and two guests present.
Mrs. Eleanor Nicholson opened
thbe meeting with a devotional con-
cerning.the Christian's responsibill-
ty in standug '"steadfast" against
the modern trend toward making
yesterday's vices today's virtues--
lowering our moral standards.

Plans were %nde for the refresh-
-ments for the youth this month
and for the coming visit .of our'
I Bishop on November 2. Mrs. Julia
Creech, chairman of the UNICEF1
project, gave 'her committee's re-1
port and Informed -us ,that each
group of children- interested in
collecting for -UNICEF ,this year
would be assigned a certain.area.-
This way the homes would be vis-
ited only once.
The ladies planning to go 'to Blue
Lake this week end to a Spiritual
Life Retrea tare Mrs. ,Eleanor Ni-
cholson, Mrs. Judith -Parker, Mrs.
Ida. Ethel -Browne, Mrs. Julia
Creech 'and Mrs. Beth Lawrence
and Mrs. Ann Roberts who will go
as visitors. This -retreat is held
each year. by the women of the
Guild as a.tmie apart with God for
*a "Look: Wirin".'
Mrs. Sibblie Smith, assisted by
Mrs. Joan Wise, M rs. Betty Haw-
kins and Mrs. Julia Chech, brought
a wonderful program ..concerning
the problem of alcohol in modern
times,,.and a Christian's :reslponsi-
bility ,toward. it. The p.opk, "The
Stumbling :, Block" V.brought out
Paul's message; that we must be
careful tiat nothing in. our lives
is a astrbAling.-blocki.to our bro-
thers-and .a.ll,, en are .our bro-
thers.
The -meeting ,was closed with
prayer by.Mrs. Parker. Immediate-
ly following, a surprise shower in
honor of Mrs. Nancy Pridgeon was
enjoyed by. all.

Rev. pan Thomas Speaks
At Highland View Church
Rev. .Dan Thonptas of Marianna
was ,,the g est speaker at the High- I
land: View ,Baptist Church-Sunday, 4
October 8. 1
The church observed Laymen's
Day Sunday with, 1l laymen of be- p
pch.urchtaking .part in the program. s


Clrfleo of the First tilitist WM9
will meet Monday, October 15 at
3:00 p.m. in the following locations.;
Circle 1, Mrs. H. A. Ayers.
Circle 2, Mrs. S. J. Anchors.
Circle 3, Mrs. Otis Pyle.
Circle 4, Mrs. Roy Irwin.
Circle 5, Mrs. Clifton Ellis.




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MR. and MRS. MILES KENNETH HURLBUT, Jr., were
united in marriage in the: Forest Lake Baptist Church of
Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Friday, September 8 at 7:00 p.m.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Mansfield Poe of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Kenneth Hurlbut, Sr., of
Port St. Joe.
The couple is at home at 1711 6th Avenue "E", Tus-
caloosa, Alabama. Both are students at the University
of Alabama.
A men's choir of 21 voices.provided the week of October 15 through 22.
special -music at the services. At ----- 4r-
the evening services, one of .the VITRO WIVES CLUB
church laymen, A. D. Roberts de-' WILL MEET TUESDAY
ivered tne, evening mese. f The Vitro'Wives Club will meet
.Rev. Karl Seete, Sr., of Enter- ,Tuesday, October 17 at 7:30 p.m.
praise, Ala., will lead In a' steward- in the. Florida Power Corporation
ship revival for the church during Lounge.


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" By HERVEY SHARPE So, why not get into the festive
Fla. Agricultural -Extension Serv. mood of the season by adding a vi
October is color month for many vid hue ito some of the leaves from
types of foliage. your garden.


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Fern, Galaax Metiolia, oak, ma.-urifdd, Next, apply about 20
ple,-pinewan. otherjldant materials -POUAds 'f 6-6-6 analysis fertilizer
can be usd ays 'Dr.. W. MeE-I .per 1,000 square feet of lawn.
wee, lBrWsOw y otf .Florida orna- Rates of seeding per 1,000 square
metal ihorticulture department feet of lawn are 6 pounds of Ital-
head. ian rye, 2 to 3 pounds of Kentucky
To ,iglti the projectt, remove blue, or about 1% Pounds of red
the gteen -or. natural color of he top. Keep lawn moist until the
foliag by immersing it in Javelle. seeds germinate. About a month
weter, after seeding fertilize .again using


To make this solution, mix 4
pounds of. sodium carbonate with
` tgalloho of water and boil 10 anin-
utes. To this, add I pound of chlor-
ide of .lime. Then cool the solution
and strain.
Caution: Use glas, wooden or
enameled containers as this solu-
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your hands and clothing.
vFor l1aves high in tannin-such
as oak-or delicate foliage-such
as Maidtnhair fern-dilute Javelle
water with one-fourth volume of
water. For most other leaves ,bleach
in .a 1:1 Javelle-water solution.
Bleaching requires up to 12 hours
depending on the foliage. After
bleaching, .wash plant. material
thoroughly in running water.
SNext, ..dye foliage the desired
color. The dye solution should be
warm, but not -olling.
M'Ater dying, wash foliage to re-
move the excess dye. Now, soak
dyed material for 30 minutes to 1
hour in a, 5 percent glycerine solu-
tion. Remove the colored leaves
from the glycerine and dry in the
shade.
This process can also be used to
,. eerye.. and color ChrisLmas
greenery.
Lawns
PJant .Wlnter, grass now If .you
.plan to .keep your lawn bright
green ,during the cool months
ahead.
.There are three temporary gras-
ses .to choose from-Italian rye,
Kentucky blue and red top.
'Of the three, Kentucky blue has
the nicer color, texture and qual-
ity:and Is relatively free of diseas-
se. Red top has the finest texture,
but is susceptible to Ibrown patch,
while Italian rye, in the opinion, of
mapy, la cheaper.
i-1Wnterr grasses hbiv smne ids-
advantages. 1'biy proloil#ge main-
tenance program and offer, compe-
tition to permanent grasses.
Plant temporary lawn grasses
from .mid-October thro6kgh Novenm-
ber or as soon as you notice the
growth of the permanent grasses
begin to slow down. .
Preparatory to planting, rake ov-
er .the permanent grass sod with
a stiff-toothed rake to loqpen the
rod add to bring some soill to .the


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If ornamental plants look as
though. they are taking yellow
jaundice, they may hbe in serious
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has happened to their supply of
minor plant food elements such as
iron, manganese, magnesium or
Aften, you can correct this
chlorosis with a nutritional spray.
The spray consists of 2 ounces
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THE STAR,1 Prt St. Jo, Pl. THUi dD8AY, T &8 I2 19 caI.va, sec12,t1r9y, 'oi' urer wb4 ra iat ili4 vjiw t a A-whole j houl you oe interested in xtr- tnaif t & a ely eoltaiL u Advert ising Paysb Try in
.. .-----'- pubiity, Mrs. Grady Keels; pro. k a you wotld iew any other work Ibewi items on flower arranging, tons as to any particular phase of
h t gram, Mrs. Wesley Ramsey; pray- of art such as the painting on the please let it be known to hte pub- flower arranging you would like SUPPORT THE SHAftR
First Baptist Church WMU Elects er. Mrs. E. C. Cason; stewardshiplIaff. lisher of this newspapers, wh.o will used will be appreciated.

Officer Slate For Year 1961-62 Mr Sio' e A co r's ; om M ,
missions and children's home, Mrs.
E. H. Vanlandingham; social, Fran-
Officers of he WMU of the First Mrs. Clifford Tharpe; enlistment ces Baker. Other members, Mrs.
Baptist Church for the 1961-62 chairman, Mrs. Charlie Spears; H. G. Harvey, Mrs. C. W. Petty,
church year are as follows: program chairman, Mrs. Allie Pad- Mrs. Asa Montgomery and Mrs.
Prselidetit, Mrs. Milton Clhafin; gett; mission study, Mrs. Ann IGeorge Padgett.
vice-president, Mrs. E. C. Cason; Whittle; prayer chairman, not Circle No. 3
secretary, Mrs. Clarence Pridgeon; named; community missionsr, Mrs. Circle No.M 3y pe se r.
treasurer, Mrs. E. C. Cason; YWA C. G. Costin, Sr., Mrs. Emory Ste- hy and treasurer. Mrs. Emory e- .
director, Mrs. Ashley Costin; assist- vens .and Mrs. B. W. Wilder; pub- ty and :treasurer, Mrs. Emory
an YWA director, Mrs. Neal Ar locations, Mrs. W. Carden; pub- ephens; program, Mrs. Richardtire $ $ $
SSaunders; social, Mrs. L. W. Da-
nold; GA director, Mrs. James Wre- licity, Mrs. Tom Parker, Sr.; social, rant. Other members, Mrs. F. E.
son; Sunbeam director, Mrs. Bob Mrs. Lonnie Bell; children's home, rammell, Mrs. Perry Elliott, Mrs.
Phillips; publication, Mrs. W. I. Mrs. E. H. Vanlandingham; circle Tramm ell, Mrs. Perry Elliott, Mrs.
Carden; Society presidents, Mrs. chairmen, Mrs. Henry Ayers, Mrs. C. A. McClellan, Mrs. W. J. Belin,
Ward, Mrs. Ethel Westbrook and L. W. Cox, Mrs. Otis Pyle, Mrs. 'Mrs. Joe Bracewell, 'Mrs onanie Revolutionary advance in tires
Mrs. Bill Flemming; GA counselors Roy Irwin and Mrs. Cliff Ellis. Bell, Mrs. E. H. Vittum, Mrs L. H.
Mrs. Bill l i Glrs Ri Holliday and Mrs. Nurimore. adds m league at no extra cost!
9 year, Mrs. John Rich and Mrs. Circle No. 1HCia rcleN o.4adds mileage at no extra costI
Dot Hadden, 10 year, Mrs, Law- Chairman, Mrs. Henry Ayers; Ci r.
rence Bowen, 11 year, Mrs. Jack co-chairman and enlistment, Mrs. Chairman, Mrs. Roy Irwiny; co*
Hammock, 12 and 13 year, Mrs. Ralph Macomber; secretary, trea- chairmanity, Mrs. W. Dahty; 10 million miles of road tests
James Bray, 14 and 15 year, Mrs. surer and publicity, Mrs. Myrtice ommuniecretary and treasurer, have ed thatD. making this nylon tire lower,
Ted Cannon and Mrs. Oscar Bate- Smith; program, Mrs. W. B. Rich- Dais secretary and treasurer, have p roved that making th is nylong shape lower,
.man.; Sunbeam leaders, Beginners, ardson; prayer, Mrs. C. D. Spears; Mrs Clifford Tharpe; mission wider-more nearly the running shape of a 2 V
Mrs. Bill Parker, 6 year, Mrs. R. B. community missions, Mrs. B. W. stud, Mrs. Tom Parker, Sr.; ray- tire actually increases mileage 25% to 30%.
Baxley, 7 year, Mrs. Ruel White- Wilder; stewardship, *Mrs. L. Z. or, Mrs. C. M. Palmer; program, tir act as m-ieg 21 to 30% ,.
hurst, 8 year, Mrs. Aaron, Cooley; Henderson; .mission study, Mrs. W. Mrs. Clarence Pridgeon; steward- Because you pay not one cent
refreshments, Mrs. Neal Arnold; 0. Nichols. Other members; Mrs. hip, Mars Daughtry; flower socialMrs more than the price of ordinary 1st line nylon
associate learers, Mrs. Lee Taylor Edwin Johnson, Mrs. Bill Quarles, rs. Karl marshall; flowers, rs. more than the profile of o ordinary st line nylon
and Mrs. T. F. Russ. Mrs. J. 0. Baggett, Mrs. E. C. Mar- Brady Jordan; children's 'home, tires, Gates low profile nylon tire makes your tire 11 ;;'
Mrs. Pearl Smith. Other members, dollars go 25% farther really saves you n-
Officers for WMS No. One low and Mrs. J. A. Garrett. Mr e O dollars go 25% farther-really saves you im- .
President, Mrs. Ward; rvice-presi- Circle No. 2 Mrs. F. Daniell, Mrs. Terry Hi- portant m Oney on tires. i
dent, Mrs. Wesley Ramsey; secre- Chairman, Mrs. L. W. Cox; co- Plair.
tary, Mrs. W. S. Smith; treasurer, chairman an denlistment, Mrs. W. Officers for WMS No. 2 ylj *;it v Lv an '
ThiS tire COVered by anq


Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor


SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
CHRISTIAN CADETS 6:15
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 7:45
Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) ...-----... 7:45


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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Monument and Constitution
REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a-
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP --.... 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.


President, Mrs. Ethel Westbrook;
vice-president, Mrs. James Bray;
secretary and treasurer, Mrs. J. 0.
Culpepper; program, Mrs. Bob Phil-
lips and Mrs. Richard Lancaster;
prayer, Mrs. Ralph Moss; steward-
ship chairman, Miss Minerva Me-
Lane; publicity, Mrs. Ralph Jack-
son. Other members, Mrs. Willie
Mae Daniell, Mrs. Earl Creel, Mrs.
N. D. Baldwin, Mrs. John Brown,
Mrs. Charles Gill, Mrs. Betty Moss,
Mrs. J. T. Simpson, Mrs. Eleanor
Johnson.
Officers for WMS No. 3
President, Mrs. Bill Flemming;
vice-presi4tent, Mrs. Tom Parker,
Jr.; secretary and treasurer, Mrs.
Robert Holland; community mis-
sions, Mrs. Dave Maddox; prayer,
Mrs. W. 3. Herring.
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Flower Arranging
Continued ,From Page 6
from which a rhythm flows to ev-
ery extremity so that your eyes
follow the completed flower ar-


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2 88c


LEGS


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LBS.


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COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES


By CUBIE R. LAI1


Gulf County Farm Facts
and Figures
The 1959 Census of Agriculture
for Gulf County gives the number
of farms as 68. The Federal Agri-
cultural Stabilization and Conser-?
'vation Service has on its rolls in
our county 90 farms and not qutie
all our farms are registered with,


'WO O+AA. lt it ^ii,
THURSdAY, o6eTO R 12, Iil

ricultUfil Agent, home of the tiligt
I have helped to introduce and
have bee instrumental in estab-
lishing here in our county are:


1. Hybrid corn.
ID2. Purebred hogs.
3. Improved pasture 'grasses like.
Sbahiagrass, etc.
are endeavoring to learn how to soybeahuns.
grow pines on our wet grasslands 5. New sorghm varieties.
also.w 6. Silage making for cattle feed.
7. Vocational Agriculture Depart-
In the broad sense, beekeeping ment.
is classfied as a farming pursuit. 8. County Farm Bureax organiza-
Your present County Agent has tion.
worked in -the field of honey pro- 9. New farm machinery.
duction and also especially in mar- 10. Improved varieties of peas
keting Tupelo honey, including ana- and other garden vegetables.
l -. atsan, rM7Attin, Ate_ 1i. tVww i


hits agency. Therefore an estimate lyses, standardization, ec. 11. New, improved varlns o
of 100 farms (some of which -are County Agents work in fields of fruits, nuts and ornamentals.
small, of course) is near correct. community and county develop- 12. Timber-grazing-game forest
Even though rowcrop cultivated Tment and in public affairs educa- fire protection and enhancing pro-
land acreage is down now to less tion. graf.
than 2,000 acres (because of -the With the coming of the state 13. Better fertilizers and fertiliza-
soil bank taking acreage out of "no-fence" law, our citizens dis- tion practices with soil testing.
production and a tremendously posed of many of their swine herds 14. Expanded slash pines planting
large number of pine trees being roaming near state highways, how- activities.
planted on cultivated land during vee they still produce thousands 15. Soil conserving crops such as
the last several years), the acreage of hogs each year very necessary indigo, lespedezas, etc.
of improved pastures to .grass and to their living. 16. Beekeepers' district associa-
clover is considerable. These pas- County Agents are out-of-school tion.
ture acres are operated by some teachers, faculty members of the 18. Honey certification.
35 livestock producers, state university employed by the 19. Expanded 4-H Club work.
In recent years, the growing of state, U. .5. Department of Agricul- 20. Screwworm eradication.
trees has come to be termed tree ture and Boards of County Corn- 21. Soil conservation district or-
farming. This is the principal farm- missioners on a cooperative basis ganization.
ing pursuit in our county and is a (hence the name of the service is 22. Tuberculosis and bracelosis
most valuable practice. Landowners "Cooperative Extension Service"). (Bang's disease) control in live-
1have come to regard timber as a Many different educational me-e tonck
.crop just as corn, cotton, peanuts, thods are used by the Agents such 23. Exhibits of Gulf County pro-
etc. In our county, the acreage de- as mass media like newspaper ar- ducts in our area fair.
voted to wood production is large tiles, circular letter, television
(over, 90% of the county area). An and also the result and method de-
immense wealth is being produced monstration.
.on our county's acres each year My work here also delves into
ed nature produce this by planting the home, insects and other pests,
,many millions of slash -pine seed- awn .grasses, fruit trees, vegetable
lings during the last 20-25 years. A gardening, poultry ad others. The
and Arizona cypress have been of the county citizens. *
m=ad too. Some of the most enjoyable work -"
We really need some additional for me has been with the 4-H Club
methods employed for protecting boys and girls, teaching them citi- 4r2
our forests from disastrous wild- zenship, leadership -ad nhow to do
fires. The Timber-Grazing-Game farm jobs, using modern methods. 4 0
,program combination method isI During the 16 years plus I have O
offered as a method for use. We been working as your County Ag- A .W*.....


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way. It's cleaner than sunshine-worry-free because it's flame.
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every week. So why not stop by your dealer's store and see his
new electric dryers. Remember, if you buy now, you can trade
in your old clothesline for $5.


Trade in your old clothesline on a new electric dryer
during October or November. Bring it along to youth
dealer's store when you go to purchase your electric
dryer.
IT'S WORTH $5 TO YOU I


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GOLDEN RIPE


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YELLOW CROOKED NECK
SQUASH.
RED RIPE
TOMATOES


LB.


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2 lbs. 29c

lb. 19c


WHITE HOUSE INSTANT (10c OFF)
Non-Fat Dry Milk 12 qt. pk. 79c
OAK HILL FREESTONE NO. 2/2 CAN
PEACHES 2 cans 47c
ANN PAGE
MAYONNAISE qt. 49c
MILK GLASS
Hurricane LAMPS pair $2.98


Eelbeck Water Ground
CORN MEAL 5 lbs. 51c
Gerber Strained
BABY FOOD 6 for 59c
Swanson's Frozen
APPLE PIES 2 for 49c
Swanson's Frozen, Mac-Cheese
TV DINNERS 39c
Chicken of the Sea
CHUNK TUNA 61/ oz. 33c
Personal Size-Bag of 13 bars
IVORY SOAP 81c
Medium Size
IVORY SOAP 2 for 21C
Large Size
IVORY SOAP 2 for 31c
Regular Size
CAMAY SOAP 3 for 29c
Bath Size
CAMAY SOAP 2 for 29c
Regular Size
ZEST SOAP 2 for 29c
Bath Size
ZEST SOAP 2 for 39c
Gentle
IVORY SNOW reg. 33c
Liquid Detergent
IVORY 22 oz. 65c
Liquid Detergent
SAIL 22 oz. 43c


LB.


59c


(Delicious for Barbecue)


39C


LB.


RREL LPRIDE BONELESS COOKED
Cooked Canned


HAMS

5 Lb.Can 399


SWANSDOWN WHITE, YELLOW or
DEVIL'S FOOD 19 Oz. Pkgs.

CAKE MIXES


3 FOR

$1


ALL FLAVORS LIQUID-8 Oz. Cans In Carton
METRECAL 6 cans $1.59
Ill l itEL L5/ Ox CanS 1.


SUPER-RIGHT CORNED
BEEF HASH
JOHNSON'S
PLEDGE WAX


- 15/2 Oz. Cans
3 cans 89c

7oz. 79c


COLGATE FAMILY SIZE
TOOTH PASTE (36c off)
7 OZ. JAR

TANG
JOHNSON & JOHNSON $1.18 Value
BAND-AID


83c


29c

89c


COLGATE'S FLORIENT
AIR DEODORANT (10c off) 69c


INSTANT 7 Oz.
PR EAM (5coff)


SUPER RIGHT-15/2 OZ. CAN
CHILI
ANN PAGE
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48c,


2 cans 43c

24 oz. 55c


ANN PAGE VEGETARIAN, BOSTON AND 21 OZ. CAN
PORK and BEANS 2 cans 29c


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Detergent
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Prices in this ad are effective through Sat., October 14


12 oz. 31c


Detergent Reg. Giant
TIDE 33c 77c
Detergent
OXYDOL reg. 35c
Detergent
CHEER king size $1.29
Detergent (Dinnerware inside)
DUZ giant 99c
Cleaner
DASH (4c off) reg. 35c
Cleanser
SPIC-N-SPAN giant 93c
Cleaner
COMET 2 reg. 33c
HANDY ANDY giant 69c
Nabisco Premium
SALTINES lb. box 25c
Bathroom Tissue
SOFT WEVE (pk. of 2) 27c
Sunshine Graham
CRACKER CRUMBS 27c
Sanitary Napkins
KOTEX box of 24 79c
Facial Tissues
KLEENEX, 400's 27c
Veg. Shortening 1 lb. 3 lb.
CRISCO, can 37c 93c


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.THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 WIlIams Avene, Pert St. Joe, FlridM
By The Star Publishing Company
WzusxzY R. RAMSa Editor and Pubala
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salsman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BAu.7..8161
Entered as second-clam mattter, December 1, 1987, at the Postoffies, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN AD%4ANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS 127.50
TO AD4ERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advettlsements, the pubilhess
do not hold themselves liable tor damage further than amount received for acm
advertisement.
The spoken word Ir given scant attention the printed word Is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely smarts; the printed word thoroughly 4ovinces.
qide spoken word is loft; the printed word .'sim.


THE STAR, Port Ut. Joe, Prla


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1961


Hunt and Survive


Social Security

Information

Area employers are reminded
that their reports of employee wag-
es are du eby October 31, accord-
ing to John V. Carey, District Man-
ager of the Panama City Social Se-
curity Office. The reports -must be
made to the Internal Revenue Ser-
vice and cover the 3-month period
July through September.
Mr. Carey pointed out that some
employers, especially new ones,
mistakenly feel they do not have
to submit a report when they have
only one employee or if the amount
of wages paid is small. This mis.
understanding may cause the em-
iployer to pay all the Social Secur-
ity tax, a penalty and interest la-
ter. The law specifies that the wag-
ca of all workers in business jobs
under Social Security must be re-


RANDY FOR ARMS


atanced by a contrasting color in times the beauty of a i-oom is ezi*
flowers, especially if that room is sider in planning your flower ar-
done with a monochromatic color rangement. The design should be in
harmony. keeping with the container and the
decor of the room. For example,
After the color of your flowers one could use in a room of cotnem-
has been chosen, your container porary decor, a tall slender vase
should be considered next. You will with a ,base larger than the top,
note that color and not colors was which lends itself beautifully to the
used .and for a very special reason., hogarth curve. Of course the piece
It's easier for the beginner to use of furniture upon which it is plac-
onily one color in his arrangement ed should not seem dwarfed by the
of flowers. If you do not have a massiveness of .the piece of furni-
container the same color as the ture.
flowers you are using or just a bit In arranging flowers a design is
darker shade, it is always safe 'to a a design
use a foliage green container. Ev- always formed. That design should
e fle rn o vliken a geometrical figure, such as
cry flower arranger should have
S flowe a e h a straight line, triangle, diamond,
at hand foliage green containers of circle or an are. The moment one
various sizes and shapes. The size r o a a e m,
of the container used is determined strays from a geometrical figure,
by the size and number of flowers a disorted and, disconnected pat-
to be used in the arrangement and tern is formed, which Is to be
the size of 'the object upon which avoided. When your design is com-
it is to be placed. pleted, you want it to be a compo-
sition with an accent or focal point
Design is the next factor to con- (Continued on Page 11)


The hunting season is here, and each year millions of por regarven it only owner person
Americans look forward to it. Whether it be deer, dove, is employed. This law applies to
duck, quail, or other game, it is always good to enjoy the employers of household help, paid
cooler weather, and outdoors, when the hunting season rolls $50.00 or more, as well as to ebusi-
around. ness employers, Mr. Carey empha-
Unfortunately, hunting accidents in recent years have sized.
multiplied to an alarming degree-mainly because the num- It a person-including a maid,
ber of hunters has increased. This editorial may not seem handyman, cleaning woman, or ba-
too interesting to the down-to-earth hunter, but it could have by sitter-has been pail as much
someone's life, if it is carefully read. -month peridca, July through ring thep-
Hunting accidents usually occur through carelessness, tembre, a report of these earnings
and when they involve shotguns, it is often a case of carry- must be made to the Internal Revs-
ing loaded guns in cars, crossing fences with loaded guns, nue service ,by October 31.
etc. A special ready-to-mail form-


In deer hunting, when rifles are used, this can be quite
dangerous, especially on days when a large number of peo-
ple are hunting. In dove fields, where doves are hunted by
groups of hunters, where fields are surrounded by other
hunters, quite often hunters pick up shot when birds are
fired on flying too low over the field.
And, in quail hunting it is a good rule to hunt in parties
of two. When more than two hunters are following the dogs
and fire on the covey rise, there is considerably more danger
involved than when only two persons are firing.
There are many other rules about hunting, and many
hunters are better versed on safety rules than the editor.
However, those tips mentioned above might prove valuable,
and the general idea that great care should be used in hand-
ling of guns, is sound advice.
As a finale rule, one should never point a gun at any-
one. It is surprising how many veteran hunters will do this,
and think nothing of it. They are sure they know enough
about firearms, and are careful enough, not to hurt anyone.
On the other hand, they are human, and might possibly
make a mistake, and if they never point their gun toward
anyone, then they can avoid what might be a very great
tragedy in theirlives.
In short, we hope all hunters will keep in mind this ad-
vice for the 1961-62 hunting season, and survive to see many
more roll around.


number 942-is available for em-
ployers of household workers in
making earning reports. These
forms can b esecured from any In-
ternal Revenue Office and take
only a few minutes to complete.
A farm worker who is paid $150
o rmore in cash farm wages in a
year by an employer, or who works
for a farm employer on 20 or more


FOR EXPERT

Electrical Repairs
and

Contracting
I'S

WALL ELECTRIC

COMPANY
DIAL BAll 7-4331


Une of the new push-button aerosol products to make a. hit
with hunters and firearm fancierisis complete gun care spray that
lubricates, prevents rust and corrosion, and makes metal parts
fingerprint-proof. Other pressure-packaged products that put more
pleasure in the sportsman's life are conditioners and preservatives
for footwear and other leather gear, dry-fly spray and rod varnish,
insect repellents, and even flea and tick sprays for his trust)
canine companions.


days in a year for cash pay, igur- er
ed on a time basis, receives Social Fall Flow
Security credit for his earnings.
The farm employer should keep in Arrangments
mind that a 'Social Security tax re-
port on his farm workers is due by
January 31, 1962, on farm wages By POLLY HAYS


paid in 1961.
Mr. Carey reminded both employ-
ers and employees that correct re-
porting of 'earnings is important
since future Social Security bene-
fits -to the worker and his family
are based on earnings credited to
the worker's Social Security ac-
count.
The Social Security Office for
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
son Avenue, Panama City, tele-
phone POplar 3-5331.

ATTEND PTA


The flower 'arranger can accom-
plish by correct placement of flow-
ers and use of related materials a
'workof art just-as the painter does
'with a brush; however, the learn-
Ing of 'the art is 'much more sim-
ple and attained much quicker and
easier.
Color is a good factor to consider
first when selecting flowers to ar-
range for a specific room. Be sure
that the color is harmonious with
everything in the room. A good way
to be sure of harmony in color is
to choose a color already present
in the decoration of the room. Of
'course this is only one way. Some-


1.962 M ERC(URY MONTEREY

CThe best-looking buy jbr the big-car man


Fans Need Look At Behaviour

It seems to us that Port St. Joe could have better police LEGAL ADVERTISING
patrolling at the local football games each year against ac- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
tions by fans, not becoming in front of children. FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
Every football stadium this writer has attended this OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
year and past years in other towns in the area, adequate GULF COUNTY. IN CHAN.
CERY.
policing is provided and as a result, the situation doesn't IN RE: Adoption of
exist that is prevalent here at the Port St. Joe stadium. JOHN CLAUDIUS BRANKA,
DIANNE LAVERNE BRANKA
We'll take a "for instance" last Friday night-although and DONNA LYNN BRANKA
most any Friday night at the football field is just like any minors.
other Friday night at the football field at a game. At one TO: WALTER V. BRANKA, whose
instance we can relate, the pretty young Milton cheerleaders last known address was In care
were going through their routine, doing acrobats and lead- of Macon Kraft Corporation, Ma-
ing their cheers. Standing along the sidelines was a group You are hereby notified that Roy
B. Maddox has filed a petition for
of supposedly grown men, obviously slightly tippled, and theadoption of the minor children
making what we considered indecent remarks and motions above named and you are required
to the young girls. Had we been the father of one of the show case why the name shouldpy
young girls, we would have been tempted to try and "clean your written defenses, if any, upon
house" with a scantling or something. Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr., At-
torney for Petitioner, 221 Reid Ave-
Other towns that the Sharks visit don't put up with thi .nue, Port St. Joe, Florida, and by
sort of activity and we don't feel Port St Joe should be an filing the original thereof with the
Clerk of said Court on or before
exception. the 23rd day of October, 1961; oth-
We repeat again this year in this column that it is against erwise, a decree may be entered
against you granting said adoption.
the law to be intoxicated or consume alcoholic beverages or WITNESS my hand and the seal
school property. Any person not sober, in our interpretation of said Court at Wewehitchka, Gulf
County, Florida, this 20th day of
of the law, is automatically liable for arrest. One or two September, A. D. 1961.
arrests made in the public of the football field would stop GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court
the unwholesome activity. Gulf County, Florida
It's hard enough to raise children in the way in which (Circuit Court Seal) 4t-9-21
they should be raised these days without continued bad IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
examples being put before them at sporting events. COURT, GULF COUNTY,
And Mr. Fan, if the police still does not enforce theIN LORIDA. INte PROBAT.
law of sobriety at the high school football stadium, we would BLANCHE WHITrrTEN,
like to appeal to your sense of decency in the presence of Necease d.
children, to save your more baser moments for some other All' creditors of the estate of
place. Blanche I. Whitten, deceased, are
hereby notified and required to file
any claims or demands which they
have -against said estate in the of.
Wrong Ship fice of the County Judge of Gulf
The Navy Recruiter was trying to interest a young man ounty, Flotc ria, in e courthouse
in submarine duty. "No thanks," was the response. "I'm six (6) calendar months from the
not getting on any ship that sinks on purpose." 'ate of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand must
ibe in writing and must state the
place of residence and post office
How did the people of Gulf County get along, before address of the claimant and must
automobiles, paved roads, radio, TV, moving pictures and en sworn to y the claimant, hisl
the mosquito spray truck? become void according to law.
October 4, 1961.
/s/ Adrienne Flelshel
fExecutrix of the Will of
Few people drop five dollar bills into the collection Blanche I. Written,
plate at church without seeing that the giver is properly deceased.
identified. Attojwey for xeoutrix 10-12


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STARTS THURSDAY (TODAY) AT 8:30 A. M. -- CONTINUES THROUGH SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 6:OO P.M.


TOYS


PRICE


Reg. $49.95
24" BOYS and GIRLS BICYCLES ..-..-..........--
Reg. $49.95
N0" BOYS and GIRLS BICYCLES --..........----...
SIDEWALK BICYCLES, Reg. $24.95 ......---
TOT WAGONS, Rge. $2.49
KIDS AUTO CARS, Reg. $15.95
BIKE SADDLE BAGS, Rge. $2.79 .-.......----...--
Reg. $11.95
ALL METAL WHEEL BARROW-- -----
Reg. $479.95
Philco WASHER-DRIER DUOMATIC .-....--
Reg. $239.95
PHILCO 19" TELEVISION SET ..........--
Reg. $239.95
Philco 1 hp. (1 ton) AIR CONDITIONER


SALE $ 83.95
SALE $ $3.95
SALE $ 17.95
SALE $ 1.85
SALE $ 11.95
SALE $ 1.70
SALE $ 8.95
SALE $249.95
SALE $166.95
SALE $159.95


LLS GIFTS







Reg. $5.47
CHARCOAL BUCKETS and Accessories .... SALE $ _.2.99
Reg. $16.95
2-BUrner COLEMAN STOVE SALE $ 11.95
Reg. $24.95
2-Mantle THERMOS LANTERNS ..........-..... ---SALE $ 95
(Burns Any Gas) Reg. $16.95
2-Mantle THERMOS LANTERNS ......--.....--.--. SALE $ 11.95
Reg. $3.98-
4-Piece CIIROME GARDEN SETS --..............- SALE $ 1.99
Reg. $149.95
Firestone 2 hp. OUTBOARD MOTOR .......... SALE $ 91.95
Reg. $49.95
7" POWER SAW (with 2 blades) ..-....-------..... SALE $ 295
Reg. $95.00
LIONEL DeLuxe ELECTRIC TRAIN .......... SALE $ 49.95


Metal Standard


Flashlights -'

Reg.
$1.29 v
i"


SOR- HOME

GARDENN

WORKSHOP


Reg. $14i95
B. & W., COLOR TV ANTENNA -...--. SALE $ 10.95
Reg. $16.95
60-Pc. Stainless Steel SILVER SET .....----....-- SALE $ 11.95
Reg. $19.95
12-Inch ELECTRIC FANS 'SALE$ 11.95
Reg. $15.95
10-Inch ELECTRIC FANS SALE $ 1Z02
Reg. $5.05
TELLY CLOTH SEAT COVERS ----..........----.. ALE $ 3'.25
Reg. $2.95
PLASTIC SEAT COVERS .............................. .SALE $ $ 0"
Reg. $17.95
General Electric STEAM IRONS ............--.. SALE $,12.95
Reg., $21.95
G. E. SPRAY STEAM IRONS -SALE $ 14.95
Reg. $17.95
DOMINION AUTO. TOASTERS .---- SALE $ 10.95
SReg. $14.95 '
D6minion Electric WAFFLE IRONS. ..-- SALE $ 11.95


Reg. $15.95
Presto PRESSURE COOKERS (4 qt.) ........
Beg. $21.00
3-Pc. Copper Clad REVERE WARE ............
Reg. $4.95
11-Pc. TOSS 'SALAD SET
Reg. $1.98
IRONING CORD HOLDERS
fieg. 69c
15 Kordite Roster Plastic Freezer Bags ..-
Reg. 55c
15 Kordite Plastic Pine Freezer Bags ......
Reg. 89c
3-Pt. Plastic FREEZER CONTAINERS ....
iPINT F1 EEJZER BAGS, Reg. 45c .............-
Reg. $.6.95
BIG BEN Plain Dial CLOCKS


SALE4 $ 9.97
SALE $ 13,.95
SALE $ 1.99
SALE $ 1.35
SALE $ .24
SALE $ c.23
SALE $ ..39
SALE $ .10
SALE $ 4.95


Reg. $7.95
BIG BEN, Luminous Dial CLOCKS ----............. SALE $
> Reg. -$6.95
' BABY BEN Plain Dial CLOCKS SALE $
Reg.- $7.95
BABY BEN Luiminous Dial CLOCKS ..-.....-- SALE $
ELECTRIC IRONS, Reg. $3.95 SALE $
TRANSISTORI RADIOS, Reg. $7.99 ............ SALE $
Reg. $2.98
Mirror Aluminum TEA KETTLES ----- SALE $
Reg. $4.95
6-Piece Plastic PICNIC SETS SALE $
Wide 'Mouth-Reg. $2.89
-Pin: Size THERMOS BOTTLES SALE $
Reg.:$9.:85
Eveready BATTERY,PACK "SALE $
Reg. $11.95
Rid-Jid Metal IRONING BOARD -....-..-.... SALI $
ALL HOUSE PAINT .... GOING AT
Reg. $t.95 .
LEATHER GUN CASES "SALE $
SLEEPING BAGS Rge. $10.95 SALE $
LIFE JACKETS; Reg. $6.95 SALE $
BASEBALL GLOVES, Reg. $13.95 -------..... SALE $
BASEBALL BATS, Reg. $2.49 SALE $
BASEBALL BATS, Reg. $3.49 SALE $
BASKETBALLS, Reg. $12.95 SALE $
BASKETBALLS, Reg. $8.95 SALE $
SKI BELTS, Reg. $3.49 SALE $
ICE CREAM FRiUEKERS, Reg. $16.95 -...- SALE $
LIFE BOAT CUSHIONS, Reg. $3.98 .......-----... SALE $


Reg. $4.25
Plastic Tackle Boxes .... $2.55
Reg. $1.99
Plastic Tackle Boxes .--. $1.25 \
Penn Salt Water-Reg. $15.95
No. 209M Reels -............ $8.95
Penn Long Beach-Reg. $12.95
No. 65 Reels ..-... ...:..... $699 -9
Penn Long Beach-Reg. $14.95 '
No. 66 .Reels ....... $8.95&
Ocean City Salt Water--Reg. $29.95
Rod & Reel Comb. .... $16.49r"
Ocean City-Reg. $14.95
Salt WateI Rods ............ $8.973\
Ocean City-Reg. $14.95
Casting Rods ................ $8,
Universal-Reg. $5.95
Fly Rods $3.9
Universal-Reg. $7.95 ['
No. 70 Casting Rods .... $4.79
Universal-Reg. $14.95 f 1
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Universal-Reg. $6.95
T-5 Casting Rods .-...... $4.17
Aluminum-Reg. $4.50
Fly Rod Cases ---- ............$2.60 .


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Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Poastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP. 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ....... 7:30 p.m.
Comer Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME ,




PEhTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH,
Garrison at 20th
Prayer Service (Thursday) ..... -----7:45 P.M.
Sunday School ....-.. 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship ---........ 11,:00 A.M.
Evening Worship ... .. 7:45 P.M.
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
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FOR RENT: ?Furnished 2 bedroom
upstairs apartment on 312% 6th
St. Close to town. Call Mrs. Hubert
Brinson, 227-5756. Ite
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house. Call 227-4141. 4tp-9-28


prick expert service. tc
HELP'"WANTED: Raleigh dealer
wanted at once in Gulf Co. See
A. P. Gilden, Rt. 4, Box 632A, Tal-
lahassee or write at once. Raw-
leigh's Dept., 'FAL-100-105, Mem-
phis, Tenn. -- 2tp


FOR RENT: Unfurnished 4-bed-PERSONALDar red, Audrey
soom house, 2 bth, living roomdAu
dining .."room, kitchen, breakfast fnd family. Don't leave town on
room, utility room, venetian :blinds, Sunday. Meet me at the Oak Grove
fireplace, gagheat. Near grammar Assembly of God Sunday School at
ichooL $85.00 me. Call' Mrs. James 10:00 Charles. ito
Perritt, Phone 227-8581. 4tp-10-5 PLANNING TO MOVE? Let us help


FOR RENT: Garage apartment,
furnished, 2 bedrooms. $55. mo.
No utilities turn. 1015 Monument
Ave. Phone 227-7396. B. C. Gallard.
FOR RENT: -Five room house un-
furnished, $46.00 per month. Cor-
ner 10th and Woodward. Phone
2327-3661. ttc-10-12
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house on
1st St. Furnished. 450 mo. Unfur-
nished, $40 mo. Call Charles John-
aon,l"Pione ,227-3286. tfc-10-12
'FOR SALE: Gas refrigerator.
Needs small repairs. Name your
-price and take it away. Phone 227-
5591. 308 Duval St. tp
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom Insulated
house. Hardwood floors, wired for
sir conditioner and electric stove.
Corner lolt, 3102' ,6th St., $8.500.
$57.21 monthly payments. FHA fl-
nancing, 25-year mortgage. $300
down payment plus FHA closing
costs. Write or tall collect, Ben
-Diokens,; 101 Piedmont Drive, Tal-
Aahawsee. Florida. Phone 385-1015.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house 1303
. Long Ave. Garage and utility
room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636.
FOR SALE: Trailer and lot, 10x50,
.; 0,S O pdeltilerr *Ith -screened
poreh.- 30*300 op building.. 'All to-
'gether or sepdjrte y.'319 Duval St.,
Oak Grove. 3tp-9-28


FOR SALE: 3 -bedroom house with
1% baths, den'j.A1ving room, kit-
chen, plenty ?.q cabinets,' dining
room. 5 yearsa6ld. 1500 sq. ft. Only
$13,500. Looted at 803 10th' St.
Immediate- possession. Finance on.
FHA or pay equity and pick up pay-
ments. Phone 227-Y01. iUp
W WILL SELL or-R ',.tWo bedroom
'house, 113 97th Uad View
$35. mo. Hot water.' *we'1~rc stove
near school. Also other prpperty
for sale or trade for property in
country. W. L. Given, 881T,"Iayes
Ave., -Highland View. .4p-10-5 .
"-POR SALE '
1.~4,bedoom-.hfouse at Mexico
.BeaciO' ,-te;i t 0. Oz 143 lot.
-Frtny niirntsted .Vream1ic -tile bath.
PtIced. at .,.41, 9WT5.,0O.
2. Large.framnie house, over 2,000
ft. of. floor space on' five acres of
land at Kliiard: Fla.'Priced at $6,-
.600.
-- 3. 3-bedroom house, I bath, car-
pbrL:-adimLtillty room, on Marvin
Avenue.-Pay't.oWer's equity and
assume b ance o(f'"$9,461.56 pay-
able at' $70.0&'-erjF~n' th.
4. Lots at DougAw'-Landlag for
tish camps and retlrehien't'homesk
Terns arranged to suit you.
5. Lots to reale at St. Joe Beach.
I 1' block from water. Reasonable
: .6. 106 acres at Beacon Hill. Good
' [iestinent opportunity.
7. 320 acres oft 'wfoodland, six
'-miles South of WwMailtchka. Ap-
proximate 300 acres planted in
,4-year old pine ees. ;t.
8, New 'three bedroom homes un-
lfere-constructetn on Cypress- Ave-
nue. $500 down, payments, approxi-
mately $80.00 per month. FRA.
9. Four lots on Marvin Ave. $660
each. Terms .
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
C. W. Long, Salesman
Phone 227-7741 301 Willams Ave.
CABINETS: Custom made In 'new
homes or rebuilding kitchen. Also


you. Free :estimates in town or
anywhere'in the USA. W erepre-
sent MAYFLOWER, nationwide
movers Experienced and qualified
SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112
Monument Ave. Phone 227-4051.


WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICA1N LEGION, Meet-
ing first and third Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home."
..AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
qon, Phone 7-7501.
THERE WILL BE a regular corn-
munidation of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first arn-
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


JOSEPH C. EVANS, W. M.
BILLY JOE RICH, Sec.
All Master Masons cordially invited
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No., 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
Ing brothers welcome.
John H. Dickey, High Priest
Joel Lovett, Secretary
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8,;:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Enimmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.


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St. Joe Hardware
Port St. Joe, Florida

FOR 'RENT OR SALE: Furnished
2 bedroom brick home, 1031 Long
Ave. Also two story, two bedroom
,stucco home, 1508 Long Ave. Phone
648-4128, J. A.' Mira.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house on First St. in Highland
Ciew. J. D. Clark. Ph. 227-7771. -
CHRISTMAS CARDS: Personaliz-
ed Christmas carts, stationery
and assorted' boxes of Christmas
and everyday greeting cards. Come
in the mornings or make an ap-
pointment. Mrs. Jacquelyn K. Quar-
les, 209 9th St. Phone 229-1691. 4L


The Tattler


THE OUR,- PCort OL Jo*, FW '


STORE PERSONNEL


ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
GUY N. MIDDLETON Men and Boys Wear
SESTHER TAYLOR Mens and Ladies Ready-to-Wear
GLADYS GILL -.....-....-.. Ladies and Children's Ready-to-Wear
TREVA SURRENCY -Lingerie and Iosiery
RUTH KEEL OLIVIA DAVIS ALBERT CANNON -HExtras

Dear friends:
This week The Tattler pauses for a few moments to
bring you the following poem received in our mail from
a good friend in Maryland:

SLOW ME DOWN, LORD
Slow me down, Lord. I'm going too fast,
I can't see my brother as I go past;
I miss a lot of good things day by day
I don't know blessings when they come my way.

Slow me down, Lord, so that I can see
More of the things that are good for me;
A little less of me, and a mite more of You,
Let the heavenly atmosphere trickle through.

Let me help a brother when the going gets rough,
When folks work together, things aren't so tough.
Slow me down, Lord, so that I can talk *
With more of Your angels-Slow me down to a walk.
-Author Unknown

And Chillun' One last word from Grandpa and
Grandma Boyles, Guy Middleton and the ladies at Boyles.
We shore do appreciate yer buying a whole passel
o' goods frum us during our old fashuned Penny Penchin'
Sale thet closed Tuesday. Ye luvin' custummers made
this one o' Boyles Biggest and Best Sales in th' sweet
16 year history of Boyles Department Store in Port St.
Joe The bustin' bes towne on th map ... where a
lotta rale good people live. -
a ,. ;Now'don't get the idee thet Bargain Days are ovur
at'Boyles. We'uns are right in there husslin and russ-
lin to out-do our own self and we plege our vury de-
turmined efforts to keep bringing' you-uns the best bar-
gins in th big Bend Th same kind o' values thet
built Boyles Department Store Ye done it, chillun,
not us. These values wudnt have been no good unless
you had tuk 'em! Bless yer harts.
S'long ... Grandpap and Grandmam
BOYLES .. that is.


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..FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. 0. BYRON SMITH, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................... 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP ............................ 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ................ 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP ............................. 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ... ... 7:30 p.m.
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FOR RENT: .Unfurnished nice 2 shelves, bookcases, etc. Call 227-
bedroom house with carport, 8261. 2tp-10-5 A NE R.
laundry ioom nand screened porch. [ YY R.
On cornerlbt. Phone 227-8536 FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with S E l As
tfc-8-31 den, separate dining room, cen-
tral heating, carpet and new blinds for both
FOR RENT: Two bedroomm house. included. Large tree shaded cor-
$35.00- monthly Also, two bedroom ner lot, 1301 Woodward. Phone Professional and Amateur
house, -45.00. monthly. Both unfur- 227-3751. tfc-8-24 Decoratorsl
nished. Aee Bill Carr or phone 227-
8111. tfc EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call Makes old finishes
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THE tAft, iort St. Joe, FPi. fTHURSDAY, OCTOBER It, 1961 .Which tild lotionn of officers was
held and named as follows: Eileen
IWhite City Organizing Hightower, president; Juanita Gen-
Wtry, vice-president; Jean: Stebel,
Fireman's Auxiliary secretary and Mary Smith, trea-
b surer. Nineteen ladies were pres-
Mrs. Ella Stebe l recently Invited ent.
all the ladies of White City to meet
I \n her home with the object of The second meeting took place
I \ forming a Ladies Auxiliary to aid in the home of Mrs. Neva Croxton.
the White City Volunteer Fire By-laws as presented by Mrs.
Department. Croxton's by-laws committee were
The devotional was presented by adopted and will form the basis of
Mrs. Rosalie Lundy. the Auxiliary.
S Mrs. Mildred Chafin presided, The president then appointed sev-
during the business session at eral committees, each to play an
ACCURATE DISPENSING --
OF YOUR
PH tSuRIPTIONS
IS OUR MOST IMPORTANT.
.RESPONSIBIUTY
We maintain fresh stocks of new
and standard drugs and pharma-
ceuticals-ready to dispense /A- llwoM S ..
according to your doctor's direc-f 4 y a
tions. Each prescription receives ..... .
the personal attention of a reg-
istered pharmacist WE FINANCE OUR OWN ACCOUNTS No-
IPA body Else to deal with You save the difference.
Free Parking FREE EARLY AMERICAN
Drive-In Window Service
Buzzett's Drug Store PRESCUT CRYSTAL SERVING SET
817 Williams Ave. With the Purchase of $19.95 or More
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important part in the Ueooeas of hAld the first and third Thnrsday: -WedneWay, Ootober 18
the organization. These were: com-. n each month. Barbecued franks, ,buttered J1ta V ..
munity service committee, chair- toes, cabbage sl.aw, white bread "
man, David Moon; finance commit- Elementary School land butter and blueberry ,pie.
tee, Juanita Gentry, chairman; so- Lunch Room Menu Thursday, October 19 2
cial committee, chairman, Eva Wes- Monday, October 16 Liver and brown gravy, turnip
ton; ways and means committee, Roast beef with noodles, green greens, rice, lettuce and tomato
chairman, Mildred Chafin. beans, stuffed celery, white bread salad, home made biscuits and but-
The first project will be the re- and ,butter and mincemeat apple ter .and chocolate cake.
habilitation of the community build- sauce cake. Friday, October 20
ing. Mrs. Moon's committee is to Tuesday, October 17 Fresh fish, carrots and English
survey the building and report its Spaghetti and meat sauce, steam- peas, cabbage-apple-raisin salad,
findings at the next meeting, ed cabbage, carrot sticks, white corn bread and donuts.
All ladies of White City are invit- bread and butter, and peanut but- -
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