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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 19, 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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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1961 NUMBER 4


BIKE RODEO WINNERS-Loft. tr, right, Bcrky Harom, first p
9-12 age group; Terry Chason, first place, 6 to 9 group; Ricky
ters, first -place, 6-9 .age group; George Winters and Robbie
man, runners-up -to both groups and Tim Griffin, first place wi
int the 9-12 age group. A winner in each. group was picked from
1boy and girl contestants. The winners were presented with
handsome trophies Friday afternoon in assembly before the Ele
tary School student -body by Jaycee President R. H. Ellzey.


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First Methodists To PTA Hallowe'en Carnival
Observe Laymen's Day Scheduled for October 28

Laymen's Day will be observed Activities have been planned to
this Sunday morning at The First include the whole family Saturday,
Methodist Church according to October 28 at the Port St. Joe Ele-
plans released by the Lay Leadermentary School PTA annual Hallo-
plans released by the Lay Leader, we'en carnival.
we'en carnival.
George Sauber and the Pastor, Rev. Several new booths have been
J. C. Carmichael. The theme this added this year, some of these be-
year will be "The Call To Witness" ing the photography, and the hat
and nine different laymen will par- sale booths.
ticipate in the service. Parade plans will be announced
The Methodist Church was born pext week by (parade chairman,
on a Lay Witness movement and Walter C. Dodson.
increasing importance is being giv- Make plans now to come, join
en .to the responsibility of the laity the fun and help your PTA raise
of the Church for spreading the funds for your school.
Gospel by word and by deed.
In the service this Sunday,
Wayne Buttram, Chairman of the Girl Scout Movement
Official Board, will preside. The In Need of Leaders
Responsive Reading will be given
by Leonard Belin and Prayer will The Girl Scout leaders of the
be offered by Joe McLeod.. Mark Port St. Joe area 'held a meeting
Tomlinson will give an interpreta- Wednesday morning at the home
tion -of Lay-men's Day, and four of Mrs. Sally White. Arts and
short nijdrez:-I'- n;! be given as ,raft', for brownies and Intermed-
follows: iates were displayed. The leaders
"The Call to Witness", George learned some new games and
Suber: "The Need For Witnessing", 'scngs. The -following new leaders
Leroy Bowdoin; "Early Witnesses" were invested after reciting the
Marion Parker and "An Inescap- Scout promise: Mrs. Dorothy Ham,
able Witness", Leo Shealy. Mrs. Jean Faliski, Mrs. Ruth Hen-
The Benediction will be offered drix, Mrs. Verna Burch and Mrs.
by Wesley Grace. Myrtle Bishop. Veteran leaders in
All members of the Church are attendance were: Mrs. Doris Jor-
urged to attend this Sunday and dan, Mrs. Ruth Nance, Mrs. Ela
visitors are welcome, as always. Sutton and Mrs. Gennita Mallett.
--------- There are now five Girl Scout
To Visit Stephens College iTroops in this area. There are
Mrs. J. Lamar Miller and Mrs. many more girls here, who would
Silas R. Stone left yesterday to like to be Girl Scouts. The Girl
spend Parent's Week end with their Scout movement needs leaders. If
daughters, Miss Ann Miller and any of our readers is interested
Miss Betty Ward at Stephens Col- in working in, Girl Scouts, call Mrs.
Igee, Columbia, -Missouri. 'Sally White, 227-5616.


Sharks Take First Conference Win Agai

Springs Here Last Friday; Go To Chipley


Port St. Joe copped their first
Conference victory last Friday
night with a 14 to 6 win over Wal-
ton High of DeFuniak Springs. The
Sharks travel to Chipley Friday
night for another conference out-
ing against a highly touted Tiger
team. Chipley lost their first game
of the season last week with a 21
to 0 loss to Florida High, one of
the top teams in the state. The
Sharks only mutual opponent with
Chilpley thus far has been Marian-
.a. The Bulldogs dropped 'St. Joe
10-6 and Chipley trounced Marian-
na 21-0. Currently Chipley has the
championship stardust in their
eyes and will be out for another
conference win to tuck under their
belt.
The Sharks win over Walton
turned out to be a pretty good de-
fensive battle between both teams.
Both teams were held scoreless
until late in the second quarter
Shark halfback Nelson Hall broke
loose for a .beautiful 66 yard run.
*Hall was pulled down on the Wal-
ton 12 yard line where Chesley
Fensom bulled over for the score.
Fensom also kicked the extra
point.
Walton came back in the third
quarter and put together a nice
drive that ended in a touchdown.
They missed their extra point and
the Sharks were ahead 7 to 6 go-
ing into the fourth -period where
Nelson Hall climaxed a great night
of running for himself by going 16
yards for the final score. Fensom
added this extra point also.


Ches Fensout led the Sharks in
defense and racked up 48 yards
rushing. Nelson Hall led the of-
tense with 152 yards gained.
THE YARDSTICK
St. Joe Walton
9 First downs 8
196 Yards rushing 96
13 Yards passing 28
2-6 Pass completed 6-9
1 Fumbles lost 0


Gulf Liquor Permits

Face Revocation

Three Gulf County beverage li-
,cense holders have been served
notice -by the State Beverage De-
partment that 'their licenses will
be revoked unless they can show
cause why they shouldn't be in 10
days.
Notice of the license, suspension
has been served on Betty Jo But-
ler, owner of Butler's Club located
two milth northwest of here. She
is charged with failure 'to submit
the proper reports to the Beverage
Department and not meeting serv-
ice requirements as set up -by the
department.
Marguerite B. Brogdon, owner
of the Log Cabin Bar, located two
miles .north of Wewahitchka, has
:been served notice that her hus-
band and employee, Boyd Brogdon,
illegally transported 480 bottles of
intoxicating beverage in Liberty
County August 31.
Boyd and Valerie Borders, Bor-
ders Bar owners, are charged with
allowing their 17-year-old daughter
Charlotte Borders, to work in a
place of business where intoxicat-
ing liquors are sold.


WSCS To Observe Week of
Prayer With "Quiet Day"

The Woman's Society of Chris-
tian Service of the First Methodist
Church will hold an observance of
the "Week of Prayer and Self-De-
nial" in a "Quiet Day" service at
the Church on Tuesday, October 24,
beginning promptly at 10:00 a.m.
This is an annual event sponsored
by -the women of The Methodist
Church all over the world. It is a
time of soul-searching, meditation,
and sharing with less fortunate hu-
manity across the world.
At noon a silent meal will be ser-
ved from the covered dishes each
lady is asked -to bring with her.
Periods of reading, meditation and
prayer will '-be observed in the
sanctuary prior to the noon hour.
All ladies of the Church are urg-
od to attend and participate in this
significant event. Visitors will also
be welcome.
The offering taken each year is
divided between special projects at


Phone Company Fi

Questioned In I t p i "

Hear!l, Tuesday AM

The Florida Railroad and Public
Utilities Commission heard witnes-
ses against raising of rates by the
St. Joseph Telephone and Tele-
graph Company in -the City Hall Senior Honored for
Tuesday, but only two opposing S io
the raise showed uD for the hear- mk .* M I


ngs. Merit Test Grade
Virgil 'Mayo, attorney for the
Town of Chattahoochee and Mar, A senior at Port St. Joe High
ion B. Knight, attorney for the Ci,.
ty of Blountatown, appeared be- School has been honored for her
iore the hearing representing their high performance on the National
clients and questioned telephone Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test
company witnesses as to reasons given last spring. Mickey Thomp-
for the raise in revenues. son, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Both Knight and Mayo question- Henry Geddie, has received a for-
ed St. Joseph witnesses Howard mal letter of commendation be-
McKinnon and auditor Lawrence cause of her score on this test.
Bowen, at length. McKinnon was The National Merit Scholarship
questioned at length concerning Corporation honors two groups of
property the company owned and students. The first group because
as to how long it would take an ap- of their scores are ranked as semi-
plicant for phone services to get finalists and take further exam-
them and what the charges were. nations in competition for the
McKinnon explained that services awards. The second group received
could be obtained immediately to letters of commendation because
subscribers near a phone line but of their outstanding scores on the
that in the cases of rural subscrib- test.
ers, .phone service could be provid- These two groups of students
ed with payment of a fee. When represent less than 2% of the 1962
questioned about 'the amount of the seniors in this nation and Canada.
fee, McKinnon said the fee was the
difference between actual construc-
tion costs of running a line to the t* n n fo
customer after subtracting the City Planniny TOr
amount of 60 months of the base
telephone bill. New W after Tank
The questioning of Bowen was
-mostly concerned with justifying The City Commission of Port
cretain expense claims and depre- St. Joe is investigating the pos-
ciation figures. sibility of getting financing for
Que.-tiiuI of McKinnon by Ma- construction of an additional 25,-
yo and Knight began to get into 000 gallon water storage tank in
the avenues of alleged poor service Port St. Joe and the extesnion of
in their areas by the company. The the city water service to the Oak
Chairman, Wilbur C. King, stopped Grove community.
this line of luertioning by ruling City Attorney Cecil G. Costin,
that it has nothing to do with rate ha been instructed to inves-
increase requests and would have i tigate the possibilities of refi-
to be presented, at a separate hear. nancing current water depart-
ing. ment Inde6btedness through the
A similar h.ar;ng was held in Federal Home and Housing Ad-
Blountstown yesterday with A-pala- ministration and of getting the
chicola expected to be represented. --. ,^ .^+ .o. ^a l, .....k,


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Declares County Board Has Set

Commission Districts On Fair Basis


Circuit Judge Warren E. Fitzpat
rick presented Silas R. Stone, at
'torney for Wesley R. Ramsey, pub
Usher of The Star a "Final De
cree"' Tuesday of this week dismis
sing a mandamus filed against thi
County Commission in regards t<
a -plan approved by the Commis
sion to reapportion the Count
Commission Districts.
Ramsey's Mandamus Suit charge
ed that the County had not divided
tne Districts as to the definition
of the Florida State Constitutioi
and asked the Court to intervene.
Judge Fitzpatrick's Decree read
as follows:
"This cause coming on for fi-
nal hearing on motion to quash
the amended return of the coun-
:ty commissioners and the Court
having examined the pleadings,
heard the testimony of the wit-
nesses and argument of counsel
finds as follows:
That county commissioners,
James H. Greer and Neva S.
Croxton, had been appointed to
the Board of County Commission-
'ers a very short time prior to the
necessity for redistricting and
therefore had not had time ito
,give as much consideration to
the question of redistricting as
the other members of the Board.
The Court further finds that the
other three members of the
Board investigated the various
facets of redistricting the coun-
ty and gave : ;i .1 '.'" i.. ,-
ation to the various problems per-
taining to redistricting such as
,principal employment of inhabi-
tants, uses of lands, number of
miles of county roads, area in-


t- evolved in district -as compared to
- population, work load, as well as
- indicated potential growth of the
a- various districts and location of
- industry.
e "Considering the pleadings 'and
evidence, the Court finds that the
county commissioners did not ex-
cY eed their discretion in adopting
the redistricting resolution of
- September 5, 1961, even though
I the districts were not numerical-
a ly equal in population, it is there-
a upon:
"Ordered adjudged and decreed
I that the relator's motion to quash
be and the same is ,hereby de-
nied and the alternative writ
heretofore issued herein is here-
by discharged.
"Done and ordered in Cham-
bers in Wewahitchka, Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida, this 13th day of Oc-
tober, A. D., 1961.
Warren L. Fitzpatrick
Circuit Judge

Ramsey's Alternate Writ stated
that the County was not divided
into Districts according to the dic-
tates of population in accordance
,with. the State Constitutic*i and
,on the fact, that according to t.
S. ,Census Bureau figures, the Port
St. Joe area was growing in ex-'
jcess of twice as fast as other areas
of the county.
The Co'iiut Board contended that
-. had divided the Distircts fair-
ly on the basis of interests of tahe
population in each district being
relative and on a more or less equal
work load for the County Commis-
sioner serving the district.


Port St. Joe Negro Loses
Appeal in Bolita Case

A Port St. Joe Negro, who lost


home and abroad. This year the his motion for appeal of a Circuit
home ,portion will go into the Dea- Court conviction on conducting a
coness Retirement Fund. The por- lottery, was fined $1,000 plus court
tion to the Foreign Field will be costs and placed on three years
used in Christian Libraries in the probation Saturday by Judge Jo-
Msson Feld, Student Centers and seph Bailey.
Hostels in Argentina, revolving Ernest Dixon was arrested in
fund for evangelical bookstores in Port St. Joe on April 8 along with
Latin America, and for additional two Negro women. The women
medical work in Bolivia. were charged with possession of
lottery -tickets but were found in-
e ,^ nocent in the same court session
inst DeFuniak which found Dixon guilty.
The court ordered that the mon-
Tomorrow Night ey taken from Dixon at the time
Tomorrowof his arrest be returned to him
15 Yards penalized 35 after the court fine and cost of
WE PICK court were deducted.
Chipley, 19; St. Joe, 14. He had $1,525.25 in his posses-
Rutherford, 24; Sopchoppy, 18. sion at the time of his arrest.
Graceville, 38; Sneads, 0. Cora Lee Quinn, one of the Ne-
Bonifay, 6; Blountstown, 0. grosses found innocent by Circuit
Cairo, 14; Quincy, 7. Court jury for possession of lottery
Choctaw, 12; Milton, 0. tickets, was arrested about a month
Tate, 38; 'Marianna, 0. 1 later on the same charge and tried
Apalachicola, 6; FSB, .0. in Gulf County Court. Judge Sam
Crsetvlew, 20; DeFunak, 12. Husband sentenced 'her to pay a
$500 fine or spend 90 days in jail
after she pleaded guilty to charges.


SHARKS "BIGGEST" GUN on the ground last Friday night against
the Walton High Braves was 128-pound halfback Nelson Hall (no.
30 above-with the ball) wriggles out of the arms of a Walton
tackler and went on to score the Sharks second touchdown of the
night. No. 35 is quarterback Larry Davis coming up to give Hall
a block to aid him on his way. (Star photo)


Chipley FHA, FFA To
Serve Supper Before Game

The Chipley chapters of the FHA
',and FFA are sponsoring a chicken
Sand rice supper in the Chipley High
School lunchroom Friday night
prior to the Chipley-Port St. Joe
football game. Price is 75c per
plate. All visitors from Port St.
Joe have a special invitation to
come and enjoy a really fine meal.
. Supper will be served from 5:00
jto 7:00 p.m., CST.


City Adopts Budge* for
1 1962; Mills Set At 12.1
4: Tle City Commission dispos-
ed of one article of business
Tuesday night by approving the
budget for the new year.
The new budget will provide
the City an income of $215,976.59
for the coming tax year and will
be financed by a millage levy of
12.1 mills or an increase of 3.6
mills over last year's levy.


EMERGENCY EXERCISE-Civil Defense Corn- exercise, conducted by amateur radio operators
munications coordinator A. P. Jackson and Gulf throughout Florida. This communications van
County Civil Defense Director Bob Sidwell are was operated for two days and on night con.
shown above at the communications board of
the CD van here in Port St. Joe last week end. tinuously on auxiliary emergency power.
The group participated in a state-wide alert and (Photo by Lynart studio)

High School bLists ie, Mickey Thompson and Wanda and Billy Wager.
g C LISTS Willinams. 8 8-A: Mark Rutland and Ellen
Six Week Honor Roll 11-A: Buddy Kennington, Linda Kaye smith
Price, Mable Stone, Nlazie Store. 8-: illiam arrySmith.
--- 1-B: Cathtrine Duren, Heleneve 8-B: William Harry Smith.
The Port St. Joe High School r ,a H e 8-C: Carol Wager and Julia Ann
has published the honor roll for Rutland and Joel Barbee.
has published the honor roll for 10-A: Kenneth Dykes, Patsy Pat- Boyette.
the first six weeks of the 1961-6 person and Myron Merritt. 8-D: Andy Trammell and Jacque
school year: 10-B: Sandra Bass, Sandra Bax- Price.
ALL 'A' HONOR ROLL !ley. June McKenzie, Elen Scisson,' 8-E: S her r y White, Donnle
11-B: Bill Fite. IKathleen Smith and Janis Sue Smith and Dalton Tull.
10-C: Ellis Stevens Spaulding. 7-A: Barbara Turner, Cherry
9-A: Bobby Antley and Paula' 10-C: Forest Van Camnp. White, Mary Linda Garrett and
Lovett. 10-D: Albert Gentry, David Por- Tommy Atchison.
8-A: Jake Belin and Patricia ter and Gall Anderson. 7-B: Mary Be:h Perkins, Caro!
White. 9-A: Larry Parker, Gar- Maes, Tom Buttram, Phyllis Mills
8-B: Dennis Dawson. rett. Patsy Prince and Paul Sim- a:d Rita Rasmussen.
8-C: Ann Belin. mons. 7-C: Randy Armstrong and Lob-
8-D: Billy Antley, Barbara Lew-! 9-B: Linda Dykes, arie ithates, by Ellzey.
is and Robin Downs. !Pete Fox and Wayne Braxton. 7-D: Rod Bowdoin, Andrew Lew-
7-D: Rainey Fendley. 9-C: Robin Brown, Ce'ia Creech, is and Linda Rycroft.
'A' and 'B' HONOR ROLL 'Fran Gunn, Phyllis Smith and Da-
12-A: Ellen Kennington, James !vid Babbitt. Subscribe to The Star or re-
Gibson, Reva Aakes and Mercedes 9-D: Sandra Lee, Marjorie Wool- new your subscription through
Sheppard. ford, Wanda Odum, Charles Thom- the Port St. Joe High School
12-B: Barbara Bell, Sara Cum-jas, Ronnie Brodelon, Linda Lesiter Student Council TODAY-


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.TI.. E STAR


Published Every Thursday At .306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. FlorMda
By The Star Publlahing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BALu 7-3161
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Poetoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $L-75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
TO ADVEJrTISERS-In case of error, or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word 1P given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely sserts- the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word Is lost; the printed word .emainz.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1961


JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM PLAYS EXCITING

INTRA-SQUAD GAME LAST THURSDAY NIGHT


The Port St. Joe Junior High pass for the game's first touch-
football team played their first in- down. The extra point was good
tra-squad game this past Thursday and the purple led 7-0.
night. The squad was divided up in- In -the second quarter the game
to a -purple team and white team. was fairly even with mostly sev-
The ,purple .team started the enth and. eighth graders ,playing.
ganie by kicking to the white team. IWith only seconds remaining in the
A series of downs netted the white )half Rodney Bowdoin faded back
team a first down. A tumble on and hit .David Wood with a perfect
the next play was recovered by -the' pass and Wood raced .80 yards for
purple team. On the purple team's the white team's first touchdown.
third play, Al Cathey faded back The extra .point was, good and at
'and hit Randy Weston with a long half time the score ws'stied 7-7.

.


PENTECOSTAL 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 Worshipi .... 7:45 P.M.
"Souls Hdrbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
Comfortably Air-Conditioned
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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.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .---..-.....---. 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP ------............................. 7:30 pm.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ..... 7:30 p.m.-

"Come and Worship God With Us"


T" 6 XwwA 4 o *lthl
the white team Kibking to thla pur.
pie, Wh'e white ta&m reeover4d a
futible by the u1iple team. The
purple team held the -white team on
downs and on a fourth down punt-
ing situation the ball was snapped
over the kicker's head with the pur-
ple team taking over. Several
plays later, David Babbitt scored
for the purple team. The extra
point was no good and the purple
team led 13-7. The purple kicked
off t othe white team and forced
-the white team to kick. With one
second left in the third quarter,
Al Cathey faded back and hit end
Buddy Smith with a perfect pass
for the purple team's third touch-
down. The extra point was no good
and the purple team led 19-7.
The fourth quarter saw the sev-
enth and, eighth graders playing
mostly and with only a .few min-
ates remaining in the game, a and-
off from Rodney Bowdoin to John-
ny Rogers went for 70 yards and
a touchdown.. A .series of downs, af-
ter the kick-off the. white team
held the purple team to.no .gain and
the white team took over.
The white team was able .to make
some nice gains in the last .minute
of play but on the last play of the
game the smallest man on the
field, Tommy Adams, intercepted
a pass and almost went for a
touchdown as he was tackled, the
game ended. Final score, purple
-team 19, white 13.
The junior high seventh and
eighth grade team will play the
Apalachicola seventh ,and eighth
team this afternoon at 7:30 p.m.
Admission will be 50c for adults
and 25c for students. The high
school 'has had to buy several hu.n-


IAthat tWrinmed W8ll V1 or t1i
White team were Junior 'Nichols;
Bobby builford, tBObby Antley, Moi-
ris Btittram, Je'i'y Branch, Jerome6
Barnes,. James Davis, Billy Smith,
Ricky Godfrey, David Horton, Lar-
ry Parker, Gary Davis, Andrew
Trammell, Tommy Wright, Alan
Humphrey, Larry Branch, Guilford
Wiley, Alfred Rudd, Rodney Bow-
doin, Johnny Rogers, David Wood,
Billy Antley, Danny Raffield, John-
ny Maddox, Bryon Baxley, Ed Scis-
son, Wayne Pate, Bobby Ellzey and
Randy Armstrong.
,Most of the .seventh and eighth
grade boys will see action against
Apalachicola tonight. Come out
and help support the junior 'Sharks.

NEWS FROM

Mexico Beach
By Mrs. Betty Missler
Phone 648-3205

WSCS HOLDS MEETING


The regular monthly meeting or
the WSCS. of Mexico Beach was
held on Wednesday evening, Oc-
tober 11 at .the home of Mrs.
Charles Parker. Mrs. James Chew-
ning the president opened the meet-
ing with a 'poem, "The Master Is
Coming". The devotion was read
by Mrs. J. Binion. The program,
"This Is My Church" was read by
Mrs. Joan Oakley the vice-presi-
dent. The 16 attending -members
exchanged secret pal gifts and also
revealed the names of the secret
ijals for the past year. New secret
pal names were passed out for the
coming year. Refreshments were
served -at the end of the meeting. '
*S 4 <&


dred dollars worth of equipment TO HOLD BAKE SALE
in order, to keep the large number Members of the Methodist WSCS
of boys in the junior high program. are sponsoring a monthly bake sale
The school 'would like to have a and bazaar for the first Saturday
good crowd on hand in order to of each month to raise funds for
help pay for this equipment, also the church. Along with the baked
to see.a good junior high game. ,goods will be a large selection of
The junior high seventh and vraious items to be sold at.prices
eighth .grade team .will be out to anyone can afford. Y6ur patronage
avenge their 13-0 loss in Apala-.will be appreciated for a worthy
chicola. cause.
SI


Boys who played well in the in-
Itra-squa game were: Randy Wes-
ton, Randall Richards, Ted Whit-
field,. Darid Dickey, Christy Gaskin,
Gary Fain, Buddy Smith, Al Cath-
ey, Joe Garcia, David Babbitt, Rex
Buzzett, Donnie Smith, Ray Ram-
sey, Danny Oakes, Danny Odum,
Wayne Maha.n, Jimmy Cox, Mike
Weston, Mark Rutland, George
Small, Maurice Fuller, Freddy
Wise, Alan Richardson, Eddie Mc-
Farland-,Tom Buttram, Tommy At-.
chison, John' Maddox, Jackie Raf-
field, Tommy Adams, Lamar Orrell
for the purple team.


The children of Mexico Beach
will hold a trick or treat event on
the evening of October 31 to raise i
funds for UNICEF. Sponsored by
the WSOS of Mexico Beach, the
children will be escorted by mem-
bers of the group or by their ;par-
ents. Following the trick or treat
jaunt the 'children will gather at
the First Methodist Church to en-
joy a Halloween pary. Mrs. James
Chewing, president of the WSCS
will be ini charge. of the arrange-


ments.

Recent visitors to Mexico


Beach


Baking soda. can be just another kitchen shelf staple one
minute and a veritable household hero the next. What's re-
sponsible for this Cinderella-like change? It's a fire a fat
flare-up in the skillet or broiler, which soda, when dumped
on the flame, extinguishes quickly and efficiently. Fire fighting
experts have long recognized it as the most effective dry chemi-
cal fire extinguishing medium yet discovered. Result the
same soda you see in your kitchen. and bathroom is used in
expensive pressurized dry chemical fire extinguishers and the
acid-soda and foam type extinguishers.
When coping with a fat fire, however, it's important to
know the correct way to handle the baking soda. Always re-
member that heat rises and the. hottest spot, therefore, is
directly above the flames. So that 'you don't get your hands
into this red hot area, stand well back and toss the soda from
the side of the fire, aiming right at .its center. The cloud of
soda breaks up into millions of dust particles. The high heat
from the flames almost instantly changes the powdered baking
soda into carbon dioxide gas which smothers the flames by
cutting off their supply of oxygen.


o( Mesiol eao Whilte 'S, Olr.
son was h6re, the sisters took ser*
eral in the arta Aeing-the beauti.
ful Wakulla Springs, the famed
Dead Lakes and historical (places
at Apalachicola and in Port St. Joe.
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CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank my many friends
in Port St. Joe for their concern
and for their kindnesses afforded
to me during my recent stay in
the Municipal Hospital. I appreciate.
ed your kindness and expressions
ot good cheer very much.
HOWARD McKINNON


Enchanting
fashions
for
babes, toddlers
and the crib set
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from Forest City, N. C. were Mr. Mrs. James Chewning. Mrs. Rega
and Mrs. W. R. Allen. They were and Mrs. Memoli are sisters of
the guests for fuor days of Mr. Mrs. Ohewning.
and Mrs. Barney Early and Mr. < ,' &
and Mrs. George Holland. The Al- *Mrs. V. J. Stafford of Mexico
lens are .the parents of Mrs. Hbl- Beach is on an extended visit with
land and Mrs. Early. her sister, Mrs. J..M. Dodd in Kos-
4 4. cuigsko, Miss.
rOther recent visitors here from I
Turnbull, Conn., were Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Carlson has returned
Mrs. Stephen Rega and Mr. and to her home in Des Moins, Iowa
Mrs. Anthony Memoli, who spent last week after an extended visit
four days visiting with Mr. and .with her sister, Mrs. Helen Favors


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SPECIAL NOTICE


To The Hard Of Hearing
People Of This Area .

The Southern Hearing Aid Center has ac-
quired the permanent service sof Mr. H. L. Honey-
cutt for special consultations Friday, October 20,
from 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. at the Motel St.
Joe.
Mr. Honeycutt has had years of experience
in helping the hard of hearing. We are proud to
be able to offer his services to the people of this
area at this time.

H. L. HONEYCUTT THIS SERVICE IS ABSOLUTELY FREE OF
COST OR OBLIGATION
If You have thought or been told there is no hope for you, we urge
you to please come in and talk with this authority, for he has helped thou-
sands to hear and live a normal life again. Take advantage of this won-
derful opportunity. Remember it is absolutely free. Office hours, 9:00

A.M. to 6:00 P.M. If you cannot come in, please call 229-9991 for a free
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Attending Gordon
Garnesville, Ga.-Gordon Military
College opened for th ellOth year
recently with the largest enroll-
mnent In the history of the school.
Cadet Frederick Leroy Bowdoln,
the son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bow-
doin, 2101 Long Avenue, Port St.
Toe is enrolled in 'the College de-
partment.
Colonel C. T. B. Harris, president
of the school which' wasitounded in
1852, welcomed the students and
faculty at their first chapel assem-


bly.

Th nmeofa a 'mi.1'was, also men.-


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THE TAft, Port 4. Jo*, PI6 THURSDAY, OCTOBER ,1961 ist WMU I
First B@tist WMU I

Dr. Ralph Wager Speaks to Historical WMU society No. 1 of the .First
Baptist Church met in circles
Society At Regular Meeting Saturday or the program, "Wciorles
SI On Our Doorsteps", taken .from the
The regular meeting of the StRoyal .Service magazine.
Joseph's Historical Siciety was S. Belin GIVeS Circle No. 1 met with Mrs. H. F.
held Saturday, October 14, at the Ayers with five members and ne
Municipal Building at 3:00 p.m. W PrAyers with five members and ne
The meeting was called to orderWSCS program visito present. Mrs. C. D. Spears,
T'he meeting Mrs.caledtoorder program chairman, -presented the
by, the presidnet, Mrs. Ned Porter
with the following members pros- The program of the Methodist program. An open discussion was
ent: Mrs. Ned Porter, Mrs. Hubert WSCS, Circle Four, was under then Mrs. B. W. Wilder dismissed
Brinson, Mrs. Fred Maddox, Mrs. guidance of the program chairman, the meeting with 'prayer.
Bernard Pridgeon, Jesse Stone and Mrs. Jake Belin, who gave the main Circle No. 2 met in .the -home of
one visitor, Dr. Ralph Wager of part of the .program together with Mrs. S. J. Anchors with six mem-
Panama City. Mrs. Hubert Richards, Mrs. J. L. bers present. A very interesting
Dr. Wager tol dthe Society of Temple, Mrs. Paul Blount and Mrs. program was presented by Mrs.
plans working by the Panama City Edwin Ramsey.. An attitude of Wesley Ramsey. A short business
Historical Society and- discussed quiet receptivity prevailed as Mrs. meeting was held and Mrs. W. I.
the lost art of naval stores which I Belin begin her program on the Garden closed the meeting with
supported this area for over a cen- IHoly .Spirit. Her scripture was read prayer.
tury.,Dr. Wager has secured a set from The Acts of the Apostles 2: Circle No. 3 held their meeting
of cooper tools and is attempting'1-4. Mrs. Belin briefly called atten- at the -home of Mrs. Otis Pyle with
to obtain a small turpentine still'. t'on to the symbols of the Holy six members present. Mrs. C. R.
Both will be set up in a proposed Spirit pointing out the representa- Saunders presented the program.
museum and operated to demon- tion of the seven spirits of God. During the short business meeting
statee the production of naval The topic of the program was the ,members completed the elec-
stores and of the making of bar- Conditions of a Contemporary Pen- tion of officers for the circle and
rels in which naval stores were tecost and was presented n two Mrs. C. A McClellan dismissed ne
shied. parts: Conditions Present at the group with prayer,
Dr. Wager related the history First Pentecost and how can one Circle No. 4 met in the home of
and described the old nidian fort prepare for the coming of the Holy Mrs. Roy Irwin with nine present.
near Wewahitchka, established in Spirit? Ending the program meom- The program was given by Mrs.mW.
1833. An interesting sidelight to bers bowed in silent meditation as C. Pridgeon, program chairman,
this was how Norman Richards Mrs. Belin prayed "Breathe On Me, with Mrs. Clifford Tharpe, Mrs. J.
'traveled from this fort via the St. Breath of God, till me with life iD. Davis and Mrs. Desse Lee Par-
Joseph & Iola Railroad to St. Jo- anew, that I may love what Thou ker assisting her. Mrs. C. M. Pal-
seph to attend school., ost love, and do what Thou mer led the group in prayer for
wouldst do.' foreign students and missionaries.
Discussion was held on plans to Officers duties were -reviewed and
encourage County Cmomission to Mrs. Joe Hendrix, chairman, pre- Mrs. Karl Marshall, Sr., concluded
establish an historical commission sided at this circle meeting which he meeting with prayer.
for Gulf County. Jesse Stone was was held Monday morning, at 9:30 Circle No. 5 met with Mrs. Clif-
asked to determnie the contents of ia.m., at the home of Mrs. John C. ton Ellis with four 'members pres-
the state law covering the estab- Carmichael. Following a discussion ent. Mrs. George. Padgett presided
lishment of said commission. ]on several possible projects mnem, during the program period 'and a
Dr. Wager reported the tradition hers agreed to buy dishes for 'the short .business meeting was held
that a Swedish ship put into St. kitchen of the church. The Senior 'to complete the election of officers.
Joseph harbor shortly .after the de- 'MYF League of baby sitters was yThe -meeting was then closed with
struction of Old St. Joseph and 'mentioned as a reminder so that .prayer.
-that the crew went ashore and members could call 229-1441 for --
raide dthe graves in the old com this service which was created to *
etery. strengthen the youth's project fund. Freddy Bowdoin


The model meeting is the second
event of the fall rushing agenda G
and all girls who are offered a bid StheGladiolus Circle ofthe Port
into Beta Sigma Phi are invited St Joe Garden Club met at the
to attend. This is for the purpose o12e of Mrs. L W. Duren October
of showing new members the or-
der in which meetings are carried Mrs. George Cooper opened the
out. meeting with prayer and Mrs.
Rushees 'attending the model Courtney Martin, chairman, read
meeting were: Eta McLeod, Greta horticulture tips and -presided dur-
Freeman, Jo Thompson, Sammy ing the business 'meeting.
Dean, Frances Gra'ham and Alene
Abrams. Mrs. Cooper was in charge of
Earlene McCormick w a s in the program. She made arrange-
charge of the cultural program. i ments using materials furnished by
Mrs. Helen Ferris, local beauty op- the members and asked that the
orator and shop owner, was guest group assist her.
speaker. Her talk was entitled, It was announced that there will
"Her Crowning Glory". The lecture be a 'district meeting November 1
was very interesting as Mrs. Fer- at the Marianna Woman's Club.
ris is German and she gave a com- Guests ofI the circle' were Mrs.
prison of foreign girls with Amer- Marie Crawford, 'Mrs. Alma White-
ican girls. hurst and Mrs. Cooper.
The business portion of the meet-
ing followed with Sara Peters pro- Azalea Circle At
siding. Reports of various cmomit-
tees were given. e* o me
June Gay reported her findings Kennington Home
on the organization of a bowling .
team. All members interested in
tEa. .AllhmembersInterested The Azalea Circle of the Port St.
bowling should contact June and. Joe Garden Club met at the home-
be present at the bowling meeting. of Mrs. G. L. Kennington on Oc-
Rush captain, Murlene Ward tober 12. Mrs. C. L. Costing was co,
gave a resume of the history and h.ote
traditions of Beta Sigma Phi. in
The next event of the fall rush- Mrs. 'Gordon Thomas gave an in-
.treesting report .on hrticllture
ing season will be the preferential trees t i ^ r^ep^ort n h t" br
tea in Mrs. Bernice Wager's home. Mrs. Buck Griin f on spraying at d
fertilizing plants. Mrs. Griffin also
Party Honors tol dhow to seed a lawn and that
now is. the time to prepare beds


tioned briefly so that members de- p-e r IM Lwhn
siring to help would know that a' Geo rge IcLtawIon
need still existed.
Hot coffee and doughnuts were George McLawhon, Jr., celebrat- INDUSTRY.
served by Mrs. Carmichael to Mrs. ed his seventh birthday 'October 13
W. E. Boyer, Mrs. Jake Belin, Mrs. with a -party at his home. NEEDS
Edwin Ramsey, Mrs. H. C. Brown, Grilled hamburgers and marsh-
Mrs. Joe Hendrix, Mrs. Milton An- mallows were served to the 15 boys TECHNICIANS
derson, Mrs. Paul Blount, Mrs. J. and girls helping George to enjoy AGE 17-45
L. Temple and Mrs. Harold Odom. 'the occasion. Short low-cost preparation
The meeting was closed with Games played were pass it, pea- qualifies you for high paying
members praying the WSCS bene- nut carry and 'pin the tail on the positions in this
diction,. donkey. 'j TREMENDOUS JET AGE


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Charter No. 14902 Reserve District No. 6
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK OF
PORT ST. JOE IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AT THE CLOSE OF
BUSINESS ON SEPTEMBER 27, 1961 PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE
TO CALL MADE BY COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, UN-


DER SECTION 5211, U. S. REVISED STATUTES
ASSETS
1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items
in process of collection
2. 'United States Government obligations, direct
and guaranteed
3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions ..
4. Corporate stocks (including $10,500.00 -stock of
Federal Reserve bank)
5. Bank premises owned $70,643.62, furniture and
fixtures $ 12,512.73
6. Other assets
7. TOTAL ASSETS'
LI ABILI TI I S
8. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships,
and corporations
9. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships,
and corporations
10. Deposits of United States Government
(Including postal savings)
11. Deposits of States and .political subdivisions .. .
12. Deposits 'of banks,
13. Certified and officers' checks, etc.
14. TOTAL DEPOSITS $3,413,600.00
(a) Total demand deposits $3,106,216.35
(b) Total time and savings deposits _., $ 307,383.65
15. Other Liabilities


734,288.69
1,404,608.97
587,791.08
10,500.00
83,156.35
23,736.10
8,920,321.11


2,902,873.27 I
207,383.65
127,402.20
137,741.31
29,669.18
8,530.39


50,794.03


TOTAL LIABILITIES 3,464,394.03
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Capital" Stock:
(a) Common stock, total par $25.00 200,000.00
Surplus 150,000.00
Undivided profits 59,828.84
Reserves (and retirement accounmmt fr1


preferred stock) 46,098.24
21. TOTAL CAPITAL.ACCOUNTS 455,927.08
22. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 3,920,321.11
MEMORANDA
23. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities
and for other 'purposes 716,259.92
I, Walter C. Dodson, President, of the above-named bank do hereby
declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of
my knowledge and belief. /s/ WALTER C. DODSON
We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report
of 'condition and declare that it has been examined by as and to the
best of our knowledge and belief is ,true and correct.
/s/ J. LAMAR MILLER
/. / J. L. SHARIT Directors.j
., /*/ H. McINTOSH


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Meeting


Quarterly Confab

At Local Church

The First Quarterly Conference
for 'htis year will be held at the
First Methodist Church on Sunday
evening immediately following the
evening worship service. Dr. W. B.
Atkinson, District Superintendent,
will preach at the evening worship
hour and then preside over this
Conference. Reports will be given
by the Chairmen of the various
agencies within the Church and del-
egates will ,be elected to the Dis-
trict Conference. All members of
the Quarterly Conference are urged
to be present this Sunday evening.


Eta Upsilon

Has Meeting

The Eta Uipsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi met at the City Restau-
rant with 16 members 'and six
rushes present.


Methodist Men

Set Ladies Nite

The Men's Club of the First Me-
thodist Church will have a Ladies
Night Tuesday, October 24 at 7:00
p.m. in the church recreation hall.
Dinner will be 'prepared by the
men and served to the ladies un-
der the -direction of Dr. Wesley
Grace. According to Dr. Robert
King, program chairman, an excel-
lent program has been arranged.
The speaker will be the Rev.
Charles Harthern of the Oak Grove
Assembly of God Church. Rev. Har.
thern has recently traveled to Eu-
rope and Palestine and will use
this trip 'as his subject.
'In addition to the above, the
Club will have an installation ser-
vice for new and old members. All
interested persons 'are invited to
attend. Tickets may be obtained in
advance from R. W. Kerrigan, Hu-
bert Richards, Harold Odom or Dr.
Wesley Grace.


Mrs. Duren Hosts

Gladiolus Circle


and divide bulbs-, suih as amarillia
lillies, daffodils, narcissus an dso Anne Mosely At
forth. Also to set out ,pansy and
callendula plants and to plant seed Florida Southern
of annuals, such as larkspur, lu.
pine, poppies and many others. LAKELAND, Fla.-The 800 mem-
Lawn and broad leaved, evergreens bers of this year's freshman class
should be fertilized with a low at Florida Southern College include
grade .nitrogen fertilizer now. Spray the following from Port St. Joe:
any plants that are infected with Kathleen Anne Mosely, daughtre
scale with an oil emulsion before, of Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas
the weather turns cold. Mrs. George Mosely of 1103 Constitution Drive.
Suber was in charge of arrange-
ments. Mrs. Suber furnished ma-
terials to make, and also demon?
strated with a fine display of ar-
rangemetns on the Hogarth curve. A


Mrs. J. C. Arbogast, chairman,
urged that all members attend teh
District meeting which will be held
in Marianna November 1.


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T STA-R,i Port 8t. Joe, Fi. TVURSDAY, OtCTOBER f9, 1961 WOld like to SI some trials made Diane Lay Atfending Bowin
--- of it ere In Gulf County. The sales Huntington College ,- Oins
are .being made on a rorated a- Bowling
sis with a minimum of 1,000 stalks
SMiontgomery, Ala -Hunti Standings
(lMacre) to a man. They need or-Angdon
ders all by October 20. 1 have College has opened Its 107th year -
der all anks, by Oces (ob Fletch 20. I her with the largest student body in The Woolford Service Station,
Farm, near Greensboro). The price its history and one of the largest bowling tema, moved Pat's Wonder
COUNTY AGENTS NOTES reasonable, the variety looks (and scholastically the strongest) Bar out offirst place in the Mer-
Spromisingand is not very far away. freshman classes ever to be enrol- chant's League last Monday night.
.. anyone would like to try a led. After dropping the first game.
CUBIE R. LAIRD ma plantiyone would le happy to try a An orientation program designed the Woolford team made a fine
-y' C BIER. LA.RD* small '* ist with making .thI e appy to as- to help the new students adjust to comeback and took. the second and
S-ould like for someone to es- college lifp, a formal dinner fo0 all third. game and total pins to move
Pesky Screwworms Again movement and treat wounds. tablish a demonstration of this students and new faculty members, into first ,place for the first time
The following telegram was re- 5. Notify County Ageint at des- cane with me and I would be glad the traditional Autumn Festiv4l of thi, season.
gently -receivedI from Luke' tination when moving animals to hear from anyone who will do Fire (in wvilch the students ,pledg-
.Scbruben of the Federal Extension into Florida or southern parts of ed their l yalty tn.tdine conlege)'and Bob:Joyce, of Pats had a fine
Seo rice, Washington, D. C. thru Georgia, Alabama and South Car- a series of outstanding convocation 566 with games of 188, 217, and
Dr. Marshall 0. Watkins, Director, olina. speakers have marked the opening 161 or:the top man. .
Florida Agricultural Extension Ser- Suggest s tion' tatewfde alert Intermediate G. A.' weeks of the college year. Bab Kerrigan and Don Huffman
vice, Gainesville: including livestock and farm or- Of H View MAmogeet be then e chape speakers'ave a 9 ape ly for
i'ScrewwWorms -h a v e. flanked ganizations." highland View Meet beenDr-Joel Mcavidastor of e ners.
Mtssisslppi River Inspection Stal The above situation calls .for re- the First Methodist Church; Dr.! Sone's Bar took tour 'points
on. Infestation In Missisippi, newal of the constant attention by he Intermediate G. A.'s met Paul Nesbitt, chief of the Division f Pillip's 66. Pate's She:l Ser-
Tn. Infestationsee, North Georgia and Missisi, neall livestock owners to antttpossible oun by Wdnesday night at 7:00 p.m. at of Research in Non-Temperate vice eat Pylant's for four points,
Tennessee, North Georgia and -all livestock owners to possible out- the Highland View Baptist Church. Zones of the Ar University; and Warez Yeageria. a 510 for fine
Alabama. Reinfestation of over- breaks. Pledse continue to cooper- theHhlad Vew Baptt Church Zones o the Air University; and Warre Yeager-ad ,a 10 for e
entering areas would necessi- ate in this vigil for the benefit of The meeting was called to order Dr. George Christian Anderson, psy- winDters.' Custom Shop pushed Prid-
tate extensive eradication ea- everybody. I you have suspected by the resident, Mat McCormick. chiatrist, psychologist and Bpisco- geons: dw.n. the.list. .a way.by tak-
Ssuaes. Eradication officials need cases, ryave a half dozen or so of She read Romans 10:8-17. The pal minister. ing ,.4Qurpoints. Waring Murdock
Sto kniw immediately when- the,. the .wormsn clear water, treat the group stood nd .said the watch- Enrolled at Huntingdon this year had j :g 27 for the losers but ;jt was
first cise appears in a county wound:..w EiQ-335 or Smearex, word and allegiance and sang the from Port St. Joe is Diane Eliza- not enough; Frank Tuner put three
Urgent need for County Agents ect., and let me know immediately. G.AThe theme beth Lay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. nice amer together or 55S and
:to'al'ert livestock owners :" NewVarlety of Sugar "Teen e Traveler m as Heman L. Dean, 419 18th Street. Ralph. Ward finally hit the 00
1. Inspect his livestock re- Cane RTravelr In France", planned mar with ,an eft 500 polns ,.or
gently Can.e Relased by-Betty Brewer. the winners
Squepntly. l 11 Q- A new variety of sugar cane has There were seven mm'ebers and CARD OF THANKS .
Treat all wounds wih Q- been released .for sale by Florida ,one visitor, Phyllis Smith, present The family of Jewel Hinote The standings, as f October 17
Foundation Seed Producers, Inc., of for the meeting. would like to take this means of W Pot.
3. Collect maggots from infest- Gainesville. The name of the cane Linda Graham dismissed the thanking everyone for the kind Woolford's :14 V ,700
ed, wounds and immediately no- (or the number, that is) is C. P. meeting with prayer. deeds rendered them at the time p&t's Wonder Bar IS 7 .650
tlfy County Agent 52-48. There .has been quite a bit Betty Skipper, Secretary 1 of their recent bereavement. Stone's Bar 12 8 .60.0
4. Inspect all animals before of interest. In this lately and we Pate's Sei*vce 11% 8% .575
Custom Shop. 11 9 .550


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Phillip's 66 4 16 .200
Visitors from South Florida
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Gilder of Eau
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MEXICO BEACH (Special)--Fishing continues very good at
'Mexico Beach as..proven by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Duncan of Bir-
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than.. They caught more than 100 pounds of Spanish and King
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equally .good catches each day. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan come down
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-handed. 'To them. it's quite obvious why this area is -known as
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week. end guests of the Olen Hays of the Governor Motel of Mex-
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Mr. and Mrs. Duncan are at the left of 'the picture, the. Golds-
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The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors
You Ake 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.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) -....- 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, pe.F Mrs. John McMillian, 15.00 Pro ea. n Corp., Ins............44 25
THE TAikie Mae Myers, ....... 15.00 GENERAL FUND---PEST CONTROL
.THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 19,1 Audrey Nunery, ............ 5.00 Smul Marion -Gri~es, Jr., Salary .. 132.68
E'a Pate, ....... 1000 G. C Dykes, Salary ............ 120.72
SMinnie Patterson, .......... 12.00 L. F. Sellers, Salary ............ 134.85
Minnie Paul,t ............ 15.00 Director Int. Rev., WH Tax ........ 26.20
Mlnatw#:of the Mar3 Porter.................. 15.00 Ray E. Green, Compt., IRetire..... 18.66
Allie Porter,. ............... 6.00 Gulf County Soc. Sec, Soc. See. .. 13.99
Cunty Commission yl.e Quik ............ 15.OQ Profes. Ins. Corp., Ins ........... 19.50
Whi.e n ,...................10.00 ROAD & BRIDGE FUND
Mrs O. V. Selly, ........ 15.00 Lloyd Whitfield, Salary ........ 179.79
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA Yolande Strange; .......... 15.00 Charles Fortner, Salary ........ 132.48
OCTOBER 10. 1961 Glayds Whitfiell, .......... 15.00 Perry S. Holley, Salary ........ 152.52
T;.c&h i a.i I County C( somnsm..ers of Pabama Supply Co, Sup. ........ 13.50 Alva Kemp, Salary .............. 140.22
Gulf County, Florida, met mni d i:e ;n regu- iTue Mur.y Co Sup. ............ 29.10 Glenn W. DanielU Salary ........ 135 32
lar session with the follo; in melmblers Jack-on LIc. & Refrig.. up. 17.3u Carl Lester, Salary ............ 119.10
present: Leo Kennedy, 'i.-. h.jiaum; NF,-'a .tl. .Joe MIr.ii, Raio, Sp. .157.60 J. A. Hall, Saary .............. 122.52
G. Croxton, James H Geert .,nJ A. J: Sirlck Urtic Joe Enlerprises, Sup. ... 170.00 Donald J. Suber, Salary .......... 130.52
land. Tbh Ulerk, Sheriff. .torney. RoadI Wimberly Motors. Inc, Repaire .... 12.00 L. D. Hughes, Salary .......... 132.52
Supennienilcot, Mosquito Co|itral Supcrii WJiliam Hoien. Civil be.ien .... 85.00 Charles R.- leckley, Salary ...... 130.52
sor and Civil Defense DUi-.",. werd albo Robert D. SIddaell, CD Exp.. ..... 179.29 William C. Lindsey, Salary ...... 124.31
present. Panama Fire Equip. Co. Sup .... 93.50 R. F. Knowles, Jr., Salary ...... 112.18
Tne meeting came to order a 9:00 a.m. St. Joe Auto Parts, Parts ....... 103.60 B. E. Champion. Salary ......... 97.88
The Clerk opened The meeting wib prayer. St. Joe Hdwe. Co, Sup. .......... 9.05 Veto Nichols, Salary .......... 101.46
The wil fit ofe Seitembr3 5ta, 12th, 2lpt Membrial Btpital] Bay, Patient .. 75.00 Sanford Armstrong, Salary ........ 87.77
and 2th were read, approved and sadoptt-d. Star Pub. Co., Pub. Min .......... 40.00 R. K. Strickland, Salary .......... 92.52
The Olerk read b letter from- tMe St. Joe arlTnna Office Sup. Office Sup. .... 6.55 Robert L. Lester, Salary ........ 101.46
Motor owpany in which an urojetio Ms Leo Keranc,ly. Mileage ... .. 100.00 RBo C. Tharpe, Salary .......... 104.88
entered agafinaI the. B t ir fr .ert. E C Harden. Sr., Mileage ...... ..100.00 Direc. Int. Rev., WH Tax........ 190.60
for a four wheel drive WiUs, pi.k up ItIi.E James Hh Oreer, Miieagu ..... ..78.20 Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire. .... 10377
which preientos the cunl d..,-lers ir.im The L.w3er. Pub. Co., OS. .r ..... 38.32 Gulf Co. Soc. Seu.,. e. S ec. ...... 77.84.0
isubmitting a bd. After tonaierma:v.n. ileie lWert PIub. Co., Judge Sup......... 8.00 Colonial Life & Acci. Ins., Ins .....2400
was a motion by Connilii8or.Ur Stnrklmnd, Bowend Sup. Co, Offic Sup. .. 159.80 Wewa. Hdwe. Co., Sup ........ 604.86
second byCommissioner alan Grc, nd bini mH&WB Drew Cp., Office Sup .. .... 32.16 St. Joe Auto Parts,- Parts., ........ 191.90
mou" carried that all bid re-ei.I on j. J i, xp. .......ill,.......82.96 Qulnn.Wre & Iron, Sup. ..... ...... 7.0
the Wflya equipment be ejcted Snt. Joseph Tel. & Tel. Co., Util ... 29.55 St. Jot Mtr Co., Parts &Labor .. 33.06
the Count'T r. ausr t..,. for one four l,, Dnl General Office Equip. Co., Sup. .... 2.2 Panama Glass Co., Parts ........ 23.62
drive pick-up truck. trthirn lin ., ri B, tty C. Owens, Court Aork ... 54.00 St. Joe Tel. Co., Ser. ........... .30.9
Willys pick-up body; to be paldl fur on George '. Core, RFeCording. ...... 82.00 Gulf CQast Elec.,Uti.............33.90
January 9, 1962. Bids [., I,. ie..-i,J on HarlanJ i'ridgeon. Corn ......... 1.80 Millville Auto Parts, Parts ........ 13.47
October. 24, 1961, at 6:3 h p.m. W. T Edwards Hosp T1. patli.-nt .. 75.00 DuCor Supply, Sup. .... ....... .20.08
Pursuant to notice to recea bids to sell Dothero. Office Sup, Sup. ....... 6.88 Keenan Weld. Sup., Weld. Sup. .... 1.80
the county one National ,:il, ,..g,.Ir clita xerox Corp., Record. Sup. ........ 32.05 Calloway Bros. Sup., Weld. Sup. .... 18.00
A-20i7 (3-UP) tax validating micbeine. le %Auo. Cool a Htg. Air on .... 49038.20 St. Joe Tire Recap., Repairs .... 168 29
following 'bid was received. Ntionsal Cash dSam P. Hu.bnd, Fee ............ 15.00 Burford-Toothaker Tractor, rarte .. 8.4
Register Company offered thie dnbos, muacir t WilUam F. Wasgr, Dr. ............ 65.00 Gaskin Bros. Lmbr. Co., Lumber .. 6.60
for a total- sum of $3,358 89. Upon Motion Harold B. Canning, Dr. .......... 5.00 Heath Mtr. Sup. Co., Parts ........ 2.48
of Commissioner Strickland,. seconded b) Elimer Nuonry, Wilea. ....... :. 4.00 Jackson Wheel Align., eLabor .. ..2160
Commiss)oder'Croxton to purcnui. .an J ms .b,y.eph P. Bendrlj, Dr ..........6. 00 St. Joe Hdwe. Co., Sup. ........ 34.76 0
chine ais 'offered. Upon vo.e. the Iollm,.n g J. W. Hendrix, Dr. ..............6 ..00 P. F. McDaniel, Sup. ..... ....... 12.00
voted. AYE: Strickland, CroXton and Oreer. Darn P. Husband. Jueniv e .ork .. 5000 Fla. Eng. Co, Serv....... .......4 .690
NAY: Kennedy. Star Pub. Co., Offioe Sup, ....... 17.60 Bay Mach.& Weld., Weld. Sup ... 25.66
Commissioner Croxton dBicuased the n-d C E. Daniel,. Reimburse ........ 62.12 Gulf Oil Corp., Pet.. Prod......... 11.40i
for a parking area at the Gulf Filling Station Vet. Info. Serve Sere. ..... ....... 9.00 Player Motor Co., Sup............ 12.00
in Beacon Hill, after which, the Clerk was West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co., Gas .... 218.10 GENERAL FUND-PEST CONTROL
directed to request by letter that the State St. Joe. Tel. & Tel., Util. .......... 8.75 Bildwel Sup Co., Sup. ........... 2.85
Road Department pave a parking apron on St. Joe Auto Parts, Parts ....... 38.34 Gulf White Truck, Inc., Sup....... 8.80
the right of way of said site. A. J. Strickland, Exp. .......... 100.00 Player Mtr. Co., Parts, etc....... 28.80
Commissioner Greer suggested that the Neva Croxton, Exp. ............. 100.00 West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co., Gas, etc. 6674
Mosquito Control Department request all Star Pub Co., Office Sup............. 8.50 St. Joe Auto Parts, Parts ........20.66
tractor repair concerns to submit sealed bids Breeze Pub. Co., Office Sup....... 93.71 FINE & FORFEITURE FUND
to build up the track rails; install new pins Bssie Glass, Mother's. Pension ...... 6.00 Sam P. Husband, Salary ........ $2.50
and bushliots ;.build-upbottom' rollers; 'built W. B. Copipedge, Salary ........ 9.34 Silas R. Stone, Salary.......... 313.33
up front -idlers, with all parts and labor j. L. Harrison, Salary. ......... 1Q8.4 Ray E. Green., Compt., Retire .... 20.00
for the department's tractor and stated by C. E. Daniell, Salary .......... 172.79 Game & Fresh Water Fish., Fines .. 18.60
receiving bids, all concerns will have an Pauline W. Sowers, Salary ........ 25.00 Mariafi Office Sup, Sup.......3.30
opportunity to get some of the county work. Director Int. Rev., WH Tax ...... 41.60 H&W Oew ., Office Sup. .... 80.26
After discussion the Board directed the Su- Ray E.' Green, Compt., Retire ....... 18.11
pervisor to take bids for the repair work. Gulf Co. Soc. Sec, Soc. See. .... 13.58
Harland 0. Pridgeon came before the Colonial Life &Acci., Ins.. ....... 8.00
Board and told of a number of dead-heaa. George Y. Core, Salary .......... 12.50 70
logs in the channel of the Chipola River Cubie R. Laird, Salary ........... 150.20
Cut-off and stated that this creates a dan- M. C. G. ish, Salary ............80 20 w
gerous navigation problem. He then asked Elmer Nunery, Salary ............ 121.12
that the county request the Government Max W. Kilbourn, Salary .......... 47.00
snag boat to remove these dead-heads logs logs8BettyU G Owens, Salary .......... 69.75
from the river. After discussion, the Board Leo Kennery, Salary ............ 151.00
announced that the Hon. Bob Sikes will be E. C. Harden, Sr., Salary. ....... 15.0
contacted in this matter. IA. J. Strickland, Salary ........ 15550
.The -Board entered into a lengthy dis. iNeva Croxaon, Salary .......... 161 50
cussion with reference to the Jones Home. James H. Greer, Salary......... 155 50
stead Road The Engineer filed his esti- Evelyn Pate, Salary ............ 43.20
mate of cost for said project, to-wit: Asphalt J. J. Hill Salary ................460 .
$6096.00, mixing $2,540.00 and contingen- Joseph W. Bailey, Salary .......... 70 Ci *ssf |A U
cles $2,159.00. Total of $10,795.00. The W. L. Fitzpatrick, Salary .......... 8.70 f C if A
Board directed the Road Superintendent to Robert L. McCrary, Jr., Salary ...... 8.70 aIU 1EifU A s
bagin this project as soon as possible. David C. Gaskin, Salary .......... 156.00
Commissioner Kennedy told the Board Director Int Rev., WH Tax ..... 74.40
that the State Road Department has not Ray E Green, Compt., Retire. .... 85.0-0 Mfidsel Ime!nv nt' S tth
been maintaining Duval Street between Gulf County SS Acct., Soc. Sec. ... 10.88 1 i'
block 4 and 5 in Oak Grove because it does colonial Life & Acci. Ins. Co., Ins. .. 6.00 (.;tta Reuwi.fy
not have a resolution from this' board au-
rnedy said that said street was paved by _
the State Road Department in 1948 or 1949 -
and it was the intention of the Board at
street. The Board directed that a resolu-
tion be prepared requesting the State Road NEED A PLUM BER?
Department to maintain said street.
All payrolls for September and bills were
approved and ratified as paid. CA BEAMAN
GENERAL FUNDBEAMAN
Eleanor Winnie, Mother's pension .... 9.00oo Pumbing Installaton Repairs
Cirginia Armstrong, ...... 1200 Contract Work P SpeClaty
Irvin Darley, .. ......... 3.00 C -
Mae Creamer, ............. .00
Ine Bright ............. .00for
Jessie Simv m ons, .::::::.::: 6.00
Josie, Odom ,, .............. 9.00 "
Mrs. t. H. Conger, Indigent ...... 15.00 Brand Name Plumb;nq FHxtures
Emma Darley, ............. 1500 -CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE-
0. 0. Davis, ................ 10.00 .
Ola Denton, -15,m
Grace Dunlap. 0............ 00SERVICE
Mrs. W. L. Durden, ........ 15.00D
Bessie Dykes,s ......... 12.00,. EAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE
Ethel English, ......... 15.00 TWO EXPERIENCED P MBER T SERVE
Kate Glass, ,15.0o6 SERVE-YOU
Annie Hudgins, 100 .O.......... 10 O0
M3(. I. 0. Jones, ....... 12.00
Lula Kep .......... -15.00 1107 GARRISON AVE. PHONE BAlI 7.2641
Drueclla Keel, ........... 15.00
Johnny Keith, ........... 16.00
Bessie Lee, .. .............. 15,00


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ALL FLAVORS LIQUID-8 Oz. Cans IN CTN.
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ANN PAGE RED-52 OZ. CAN
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MORTON HOUSE, OVEN BAKED-47 OZ. CAN.
PORK & BEANS 3 for 89c


SCOTKINS 50 Count
TEA NAPKINS 2 for 23-
Macral-40 count.
Dinner NAPKINS 17c
Marcal-60 count
HANKIES 2 for 19c
Markal Toilet
TISSUE 2 for 23c
Nabisco Premibam:
SALTINES lb. box 25c
Soottles-400's
FACIAL TISSUE 27c
Powdered Bleach
LESTAIRE 49c
Cleaner
LESTOIL 16 oz. 37c
Colgate-Giant Size
TOOTH PASTE 53c
Lustre Cream Liquid
SHAMPOO 7 oz. $1.00.
Wright's
SILVER CREAM 8 oz. 29c
Strietman-1 1lb.
VANILLA CREAMS 39c
Laundry Cleach Qt. % gal.
CLOROX 21c 39c
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BREEZE reg. size 35c
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RINSO BLUE reg. 28c
Qiq d. Detergent
WISK qt. 75c
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LUX LIQUID 12 oz. 35c
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Bfirdeye Frozen-10 oz.
GREEN PEAS 2 for 39c
Birdsee,, *rozen Whipped-12 oz.
POTATO 2 for 39c
Gerber's Strained
BABY FdOD' 6for 59c
Lemon, Juice
REALEMON 16 oz. 37c
Laundry Bleach
HOOD quart 21c
Wax Paper--100 .ft, roll
KITCHEN CHARM 21c
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1961


Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Talmedge
Shearer announce the birth of a
baby boy Jeffery Allan on October
Mr. and Mrs. Loyce Edw'ard Tur-
S beville announce the birth of a
i son, Murray Ashley on October 9.
'r.r aand Mrs.+ Jos5gh -obiioni (All births occurred at the Mu-
Parrott, Jr., announce the birth of nicipal Hospital of Port St. Joe).
a son, Joseph Robinson, til on Oc-i --E '
tober 15. / ATTEND PTA ,;-

Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
CHRISTIAN CADETS 6:15 P.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES ---..-.....-----....... 7:45 P.M.
Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) ....------..... 7:45 P.M.


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


Clyde Farmer Displays Hobby of Fossil Heal
Collection At Gulf Coast Junior College Advi


Clyde Farmer, Gulf Coast Junior to find much," he explained. "Be-
College freshman from Port St. sides," he quipped, "that water is
Joe, 'has an unusual hobby. Call it cold!"
paleontology, archaeology, soma- But Farmer does more than col-
tology or whatever you please. In lect- these itemsxn a great deal of
th elayman's lingo, he collects fis- time has gone into research into
sits and bones, as well as arrow- their possible origin and classifica-
heads and other 'artifacts of early tion. Indcating .a stack of technical
peoples of northwest 'Flordia and books ("The library doesn't like
other areas of the South. for you to check-out more than five
An exhibit of Farmer's findings at *a time," he' complained.), Far-
is on display in Room 104 in the mer explained "Most of my time is
Science building. spent gathering information. A rel-
atively small amount of time is
Among the articles on display used in finding .them.
are fossilized shark teeth from lime
pits near 'Miami; deer antlers, Asked if he had any plans for
bones ani teeth from the Chipola hunting expeditions in the near
River in-Marianna; spear and ar- future, he replied that a large In-
row hears from Winder and Augus- dian mound at an undisclosed loca-
ta, Ga., and. Sewannee, Tenn.; and tion had recently been uncovered.
som unusual mineral samples "I'd sure like to look into that
-from north Georgia and northwest soon," he stated.
Florida. Farmer's exhibit has aroused in-
terest in other students. Daniel
Although Farmer has been inter- Surber, Margie MacDonald and
ested in this field for a number of Spencer Savage are 'among these,
years, he explained, "I just don't having similar collections of their
have the time or equipment to hunt own.
much." Most of his collection came


from deep cold water in caves and
in rivers with underground sourc-
es.
"I don't have a SCUBA (Self-Con-
tained Underwater Breathing Appa-
ratus) outfit yet, so 'I can't go far


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ises Flu Shots
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generally a mild disease for most Wednesday, October 25
persons, it can be very severe and Barbecued hamburger patties,
even -fatal for persons in the spe-
cific groups mentioned. snap beans, celery sticks, buttered
ciic groups mentioned. .potatoes, white bread and butter,
pineapple, .cheese and lettuce salad.
Elementary School Thursday, October 26
Lunch Room Menu 'Fried chicken, English peas, rice,
sliced .tomatoes, white bread and


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influenza immunization. Monday, October 23 butter and prunes.
Baked beans 'and vienna sausage, .Friday, October 27
Citing a report from the UT. S. mustard greens, lettuce and toma- Salmon croquettes, buttered spin-
surgeon general that an upswing to 'salad, white bread and butter ach, 'carrot sticks, spiced beets,
is expected this fall and winter of and sliced peaches. cheese biscuits and butter and ice
Type B and Asian flu, Dr. James Tuesday, October 24 cream.
0. Bond, Director of the Board's Sloppy joe, buttered corn, carrot -
Bureau of Preventable Diseases, and raisin salad, buns and butter Advertising Pays- Try It
said persons needing mimunization
should see their family physician,
not 'their county health department.
The .State Board of Health gives
county health departments vac-
cines for some.diseases bu 'as yet
has been unable to obtain sufficient
state funds to include flu vaccine.
Dr. Bond suggested a booster
shot this year if a person had re-
ceived the vaccine last, year. For
those who have not 'had previous DD fl, h
shots, he suggested one now and IROVIDE
a second one two months from now.
He .said getting a shot after con- THE
tracting a cold or flu would be too a
late. rumDnV


Flu vaccine may be taken by any
one but it is specifically recom-
mended for persons over 65; preg-
nant womei; and persons with
heart, pulmonary, diabetic or oth-


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To All Voters

OF GULF COUNTY

This week I am mailing you a card to
be signed and returned.
Please do not ignore this card for it is
MOST important if you wish to remain a
registered voter for the elections of 1962.
In the past these cards went out the
first of January, but now they may go any
ime between October 1st, and January
1st.

Mrs. C. G. Rish
Supervisor of Registration


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WILL SELL or RENT two bedroom
house, 113 7th St. Highland View g Ii
$35. mo. Hot water, wired for stove
Near school. Also other .property MADE FOR EACH OTH
for sale or trade for property in
country. W. L. Given, 881 Hayes smart, durable, 'dinner size
Ave., Highland View. 4tp-10-5 Ranch Brands. They're ic
FOR RENT OR SALE: Furnished unity bar-b-ques. Smart h
. 2 bedroom brick home,. 1031 Long Florida Beeflands! For pri
Ave. Also two story, two ,bedroom 646, Kissimmee, Florida.
stucco home, 1508 Long Ave. Phone
648-4128, J. A. Mira.
S-- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with
FOR SALE den, separate dining room, cen-
tral heating, carpet and new blinds
1. 2-bedroom house at Mexico included. Large tree shaded cor-
Beach on waterfront. 100x143 lot. ner lot. 1301 Woodward. Phone
Fully furnished. Ceramic tile bath. 227-3751. tfc-8-24
Priced at only $10,975.00. 2 HELP WANTED: Raleigh dealer
2. Large frame house, over 2,000 wanted at once in Gulf Co. See
ft. of floor space on five acres of Gden, Rt. 4, Box 632A, Ta-
land at Kinard, Fla. Priced at $6,- lahassee or write at once. Raw-
600. om house, 1 bath, car- lelgh's Dept., FAL-100-105, Mem-
3. 3-bedreom house, 1 bath, car- phis, Tenn. 2tp
port and utility room, on Marvin phi, Tenn. 2t
Avenue. Pay owner's equity and
assume balance of $9,461.56 pay. CHRISTMAS CARDS: Personaliz-
able at $70.00 per month. ed Chrisbmas caids, stationery
4. Lots at Douglas Landing for and assorted boxes of Christmas
fish camps and retirement homes. and everyday greeting cards. Come
Terms arranged to suit you. in the mornings or make an ap-
5. Lots fo rsale at St. Joe Beach. pointment. Mrs. Jacquelyn K. Quar-
t block from water. Reasonable les, 209 9th St. Phone 229-1691. 4t
terms. EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
6. 106 acres at Beacon Hill. Good Buord Griin, Phone 7-7011 or
,i:.vestment opportunity.Bufor Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
7. 320 acres of woodland, six ick expert service. ttc
miles South of Wewahitchka. Ap- PLANNING TO MOVE? Let us help
proyi-mateW 300 acres planted in you. Free estimates in town or
1-year old pine ees. anywhere in the USA. W erepre-
8. New three bedroom homes un- sent MAYFLOWER, nationwide
tder construction on Cypress Ave movers. Experienced and qualified
nue. $500 down, payments, approxi- SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112
n'te ly $80.00 per montk. FHA. Monument Ave. Phone 227-4051.
i 9. PFour lo's on Marvin Ave. $660 .---
eaclh. Terms. WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
E. TOM PRIDGEON THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
Reg. Real Estate Broker ing first and third Tuesday
C. W. Long, Salesman nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
'Phone P27-7741 301 WillIams Ave. Home.


[ER-Dinner and Picnic Tables and the Florida Beef Council's
e', brown and white paper napkins bordered with Florida
leal for all cook-outs, conventions, sales meetings and com-
hosts and cooks use them, and give them as clever gifts from
ces and information: write Florida Beef Council, P. 0. Box


..AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first ana
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 secondhand fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C.. Martin.
FOR SALE: 2 registered Picanee-
se .puppies. Call 7-4861 after 5 PM

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FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house on
1st St. Furnished. $50 mo. Unfur-
nished, $40 mo. Call Charles John.
son, Phone 227-3286. tfc-10-12
IFOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house on First St. in Highland
Clew. J. D. Clark. Ph. 227-7771.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished two bed-
room apartment. $45.00 per mo.
Call or write Gene Halley, 2108
Croydon Drive, Tallahassee, Fla,


LEGAL ADVERTISING
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
BLANCHE I. WRITTEN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Blanche I. Whitten, deceased, are
hereby notified and required to file
any claims or demands which they
have against said estate in the of-
Ifice of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
six (6) calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand must
be in writing and must state the
place of residence and post office
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, his
agent, or his attorney, or it will
become void according to law.
October 4, 1961.
/s/ Adrienne Flelshel
Executrix of the Will of
Blanche I. 'Whitten,
deceased.
Cecil G. Costin, Jr. 4t
Attorney for Executrix 10-12


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *

FOR RENT: Uhfutirished nice 2 bfficd phone 222-0550, ext. 349;
bedroom house *itli carport, [oimie Iphone 385-3139. tfc-10-19
laundry room and screened porch.
On corner lot. Phone 227-8536 FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish-!
tfc-8-31 ed home on Palm Blvd. Phone
227-5261. tfc-10-19
FOR .RENT: Two bedroom house. -
$35.00 month. Also, two bedroom FOR SALE: One bedroom and two
house, $45.00 monthly. Both unfur- bedroom houses in Oak Grove.
nished. See Bill Carr or phone 227- Contact Sam Neel, Ingram Service
8111. t.' Station, Carrabelle, Phone 697-.
-. 3990. tfc-10-19
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-I
d house. Call 22 1 t- FOR SALE: Boat, motor and trail-
ed house. Call 227-4141. 4tp-9-28 er $450. 1954 Plymouth, $100. 504
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 4bed Madison St., Oak Grove. Phone 229-
,FOR RENT: Unfurnished 4-bed- 1988. ltD
room house, 2 baths, living room 18 P
dining room, kitchen, breakfast FOR SALE: 3 bedroom insulated
room, utility room, venetian blinds, house. Hardwood floors, wired for
fireplace, gas heat. Near grammar air conditioner and electric stove.
school. $85.00 mo. Call Mrs. James Corner lot, 02 16th St., $8.600.
,Perritt, Phone 227-8581. 4tp-10-5 $57.21 monthly payments. FHA fi-
nancing, 25-year mortgage. $300
FOR RENT: Garage apartment, down payment plus FHA closing
fI urnished, 2 bedrooms. $55. mo. costs. Write or call collect, Ben
No utilities furn. 1015 Monument Dickens, 1301 Piedmost Drive, Tal-
Ave. Phone 227-7396. B. C. Gaillard. ahassee, Florida. Phone 385-1015.
FOR RENT: Five room house un- .OR SALE:2 bedroom house 1308
urnished, $45.00 per monthCr- Long Ave. Garage and utility
,er 10th and Woodward. Phone room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636.
227-3661. tfic-10-.12


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FALL FLOWER

ARRANGEMENTS

By POLLY HAYS
The flower arranger should con-
sider balance along with color,
scale, accent and rhythm, which
are the other elements used in cre-
ating an arrangement of flowers
that is a composition of unity.
Balance in a flower arrangement
cannot be determined by weighing
the components on each side. It is
a matter of what the eye sees in-
stead of -the actual weight. The
types of balance are asymetrical
and symetrical, which is the eas,
ler to achieve. Symetrical balance
in a flower arrangement is attain-
ed by placing flowers of .the same
size and color in the same position
on either side of the center, which
is the accent' or focal .point.
You may arrange flowers in. an
asymetrical arrangement by plac-
ing. flowers of different sizes,
shapes and ddcoors in different po-
sitions on either side' of the accent
so long as .the weight seems to the
eye to be equal. The accent in this
type arrangement isn't always in
the center.
In determining weight in an ar-
rangement, remember *that a small
flower placed a greater distance
from the accent creates an illusion
of greater weight. Dark colors in
flowers also seem to weigh more;
however, it is not a ,good idea to
use dark colors too far removed
from the accent. Your lighter col-
ors should always be used in the
extremities of the arrangement,
provided they are also the smaller
flowers.
The flower arranger should use
for the focal point or accent, the
largest and darkest or brightest
color of flowers so that the observ-
ers attention will automatically
fall to that point. One exception to
this general rule is the use of blue
or .purple flowers. At a distance
they seem to leave a void instead
of getting attention.
A good general method for the
flower arranger to follow in either
symetrical or asymetrical arrang-
ing is to use the largest and most
outstanding color of flower at the
accent and proceed in all direc-
tions of the design with the slight-
ly smaller and lighter shades to
its extremities.
Your completed balanced flower
arrangement should be placed on
a piece of furniture to balance oth-
er objects thereon. Cou want to
avoid the feeling that it is so heavy
that it tends to slide off the end,
or to go up in the air from lack of
weight or from a heavier object


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again, youi should remember that
the *weight we speak of Is not ac-
tual, 'but just an illusion.
To ibe sure you have created a
.pleasing effect with your flower
arrangement, after placing it it
!the intended spot, focus a camera
on the grouping. If what you see
in the camera is a picture worthy
of being framed and .placed on a
wall, you have accomplished what
every flower arranger desires.

Attend -Funeral
Attending the funeral of Thomas
E. Brooks, .Sunday, October 8 at
Fort Walton Beach were Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Forehand, Mrs. Brooks
Kennington and Buddy and Bar-
bara Brown. Mr. Broows was a
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Band Parents List tfport Student 6i6uncil Delegates
Of Recent Meeting Attend State Convention
The Band Parents of the Pdrt This past Saturday, deekgates of
St. Joe High School held their the Port St. Jod High School Stu-
regular monthly meeting on ThUts- dent Cotuincil attended the 13th An-
day night, October 12 at the school nual Convention of the Northwest
band room. There was a much bet- Florida Association of Student
ter representation of parents than Councils in Madison. The conven-
at the September meeting, but still tion was presided over by its out-
room for more interested parents. 'going .president Richard Thompson
The meeting was opened with of Port St. Joe. There; were .five
prayer by Cliff Robbins, president delegates from' each of the 17
of the organization. The secretary, schools r e p r esented. Delegates
Mrs. Laura Geddie, read the min- from Port St. Joe were; Richard
utes of the last meeting. Thompson, Johnny Chafin, vice.
.reisdent; Eve Rutland; recording
Mrs. Virginia Dawson gave the Ireisdent Eve Rlan recording
innca r t.S r t secretary; l Sandra Brown and Jan
financial report. .She requested that rar
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mothers who have sold bauu calen-
dars and not turned in their money IMain speaker in the .morning sse-.
to please do so at their earliest .sion was Miss Marcia Acosta, a
convenience, so Mrs. Robbins, young Cuban woman, who teaches
chairman of band calendar sales, Spanish in the Madison schools.
can determine how many calen- She spoke of Cuba under Fidel Cas-
dare are left to be sold. tro.
Bandmaster Dean requested that The students then toured North
the membership vote on whether.Florida Junior College, a new
or not those who bought ads on the school with ultra-modern facilities.
calendar be given a calendar tree. After lunch, seven student dis-
It was decided to do so and Mr. cussion groups and a sponsor's
Dean asks all who took ads and group were held for an hour, where
want a free calendar to contact problems and ideas were aired and
him either at school or at his home. discussed.
Mrs. Joines made a motion to I the business session, reports
lower the -price of bleacher covers, were given on the findings of the
to be sold at the football games discussion groups, and new of-
trom 25c to 15c and it was voted floors were elected. Old officers
to lower this price, were: President, Port St. Joe;
Mr. Dean asked the group to vote Vele-President, Bay High and See-
for two and one half more uni- 1
fors two and one halth more uni retary-Treasurer, Madison High.
forms to be added to the band and Elected to succeed them were:
the vote carried. Leon High, president; Tate High,
Mr. Robbins requested that more ice-president (nominated by Port
parents join the Band Parents or- St. Joe) and Bay High, sec.-treas.
ganization. Each and everyone is High point of the convention was
needed to back the children and Hthe announcement tby Richard
Mr. Dean. The next meeting will Thompson of the candidacy of Port
be held on Thursday, November 9, St. Joe for Florida Association of
Make your plans now to attend. Student Council's Vice-President.
Thompson said that it was a shame
Bob Kerrigan Elected to have as much sectionalism as
FSU Freshman Proxy we do in our great state, but the
fact remained that for Port St. Joe
Bob Kerrigan, son of Mr. and to win, NWFASC must stick toge-
Mrs. Robert Kerrigan of Port St. their, and he urged all to do so.
Joe has been elected president of _a-______
the Florida State University fresh- i -
man class, it was reported last Lady Bowlers--Notice
week. All ladies interested in forming
Kerrigan defeated Frank Dar- a bowling league are invited to
rell, Tallahassee, in run-off ballot- meet at the St. Joe Bowling Lanes
lag. Wednesday, October 25 at 6:30
Kerrigan, won the right to run p.m.
'for Senator several weeks ago, but (
through a mix-p, his name appear- Mrs. Pryor Recovering
ed on the ballot, as a presidential From Broken lip
candidate. So -he changed 'his cam- rom Broken
@aign tactics and won the election. Mrs. W.' C. Pryor, a sister of
K SMrs. W. C. Forehand, is still con-
Two Automobiles Damaged fined to her bed with a broken hip
m at Fort Walton Beach. Mrs. Pryor
In Accident Monday has visited in Port St. Joe and has
Two 'automobiles were badly da- 'many friends here.
maged late Monday afternoon but 4(
nobody was 'hurt in an auto colli- Visits Parents
sion on Woodward Avenue. Bob *Smith of Tulane University
According to Chief of Police H. and Edward Smith of Auburn Uni-
W. Griffin, Brady Jordan was driv- versity visited with their parents,
ing toward town on Woodward at ,Mr. adn Mrs. John Robert Smith
about 6S:30 p.m. Monday afternoon this past week end.
when he ran into the side of an au- 1
to driven by Mrs. Homer Smith. |Lt. Dan N. Harpold
Mrs. Smith was meeting Jordan, Completes Course
according to Griffin, and turned
into her driveway cutting in front FORT BENNING, GA (AHTNC)
of Jordan's auto which hit Mrs. -Army 2d Lt. Dan N. Harpold, 22,
Smith's auto in the side. con of 'Mr. and Mrs. Nelson P. Har-
Griffin estimated that a total of pold, 125 Bellamy Circle, Port St.
$700.00 in damages were inflicted Joe, recently: completed the offi-
on both cars. cer orientation course at The In-
Officers M. A. Kelley and Chief fantry School, Fort Benning, Ga.
Griffin invsetigated the accident. Lieutenant Harpold was trained
c in the duties and responsibilities
Visiting Parents of an officer in an Army infantry
Mr. and Mrs. Starr Parker and unit.
son, Starr, II of Los Angeles, Cal- Harpold wag graduated from the
ifornia are visiting with Mrs. Par- Gainesville, Ga., High School in
ker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1957 and from North Georgia Col-
Fox. lege In Dahlonega, in 1961.
'REPORT OF AN AFFILIATE OF A NATIONAL BANK
Published In Accordance With Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes
Report as of September 27, 1961, of Florida East Coast Railway Com-
pany, Jacksonville, Florida, which is affiliated with Florida Natonal
Bank at Port St. Joe, Florida, Charter number 14902, Federal Reserve
District Number 6.
Kind of business of this affiliate: Railroad.
Manner in 'which above-named organization is affiliated with na-
tional bank, and degree of control: Majority of Florida East Coast
Railroad common stock owned by St. Joe Paper Company. The A. I.
duPnt Estate owns controlling stock in both St. Joe Paper Company
and the bank.
Financial relations with bank:
Borrowings from affiliated ban-k, including acceptance executed
by affiliated bank for account of affiliate and securities sold to affil-1
lated -bank under repurchase agreement $ 6,652.50'
I, Walter C. Dodson, Presideat of Florida National Bank at Port St.
Joe, do solemnly swear 'that the above statement is true, to the best of
my knowledge and belief.
/s/ WALTER C. DODSON
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 18th day of October, 1961.
VERNA M. SMITH, Notary Public, I
State of Florida at large. My commission I
expires April 20, 1962. (SEAL)
REPORT OF AN AFFILIATE OF A NATIONAL BANK
'Published In Accordance With Section 5211, U. 8. Revised Statutes
Report as of September 27, 1961, of St. Joe Paper Company, Port St.
Joe, Florida, which is affiliated with Florida National Bank at Port St.
Joe, Florida, Charter Number 14902, Federal Reserve District Number 6.
Kind of business of this affiliate: Manufacturer of ,paper pulp and
containers.
Manner in which above-named organization is affiliated with national
bank, and degree of control. Alfred I. duPont Estate owns controlling
stock in both bank and paper company.
Financial relations with bank:
Loans to pulpwood dealers secured by assignment of monies
due from paper company $ 139,101.81
I, Walter C. Dodson, President of Florida National Bank at Port St.
loe, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
/s/ WALTER C. DODSON
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 18th day of October, 1961.
VERNA M. SMITH, Notary Public
'State of Florida at large. My commission
expire April 20, 19681. (SEAL)


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