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 Material Information
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: December 20, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR



ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WE$SLEY R. RAMSEY

And here it is Christmas again.
A good time of the year.
A fine time of the year.
What we like about Christmas
is the giving or at the least
the desire to give. Giving is much
better for a person than getting.
One day of giving seems to cure
years of the spoiling that comes
from always receiving.
It would seem that God force-
fully reminded us last week that
this part of the year should be
reserved for the observance of
His birthday. He reminded us of
this with a big freeze-the big-
gest in Florida since 1885. And
at a time when the people of
Florida have gotten farther
away from God since 1885.
How did the cold remind us of
God?
Very simple.
All of the air conditioners yet
made by man couldn't cool the
outside temperature of the state
of Florida by more than. one or
two degrees, if their combined
cooling power were to be direct-
ed into the state.
And yet God made one big
deep freeze out of the entire na-
tion overnight.
How much more of a reminder
do we need?
We haven't had time to get our
Christmas shopping done yet this
year because of rushing business
(thank the Good Lord). As a mat-
.ter of fact, this issue of The Star
is the largest issue ever printed
in the paper's history, with the ex-
ception of special editions.
For that, we and our creditors
are .duly happy.
Before we knock of this pa-
per and get to'\our Christmas
shopping, let us here at The
Star wish each of you the Mer-
riest Christmas yet.
We would also like to humbly
ask you to stay sober this' Christ-
mas, so that your family may enjoy
the holiday along with you.


Dear Santa,
I want a pair of shoes, two pairs
black pants and two shirts. I am
9 years old. I have been good. I
well leave some cake and some
milk.
Love, Perry Adkison

Dear Santa,
I want a hok-dokey machine, I
want a bycicle, I want a Dr. Kil-
ders set, I want a stove, I want a
sive, I want some clothes. Is will
be some cake and ice carm on
talde for you. Santa.
:' Lafretta Harris

Dear Santa,
I have been a pretty good girl
this past year.
I want either a thirsty cry baby
or a Susie Smart doll. I also want
a cowgirl suit.
I will leave some cookies and
milk for you.
Love, Catherine Lyons
P.S. I also want some other
things.

Dear Santa,
My big sister is wrighting this
letter I am 3 years old. I want a
baby doll, a teaset, a tricycle and
a cowgirl hat. My three brother
want a cowboy suit and a truck
a peace. My brother and I are try-
ing our best to be good. I will
leave some cake and coffee on the
table. I love you Santa
Love, Mary Dell Adkison

Dear Santa,
I'm writing this for my little sis-
ter because she is only five and
can't write. She said that she has
been good.
First Linda wants a bicycle. Then
she .wants bubble gum machine.
She wants a doll too.
Love, Linda Sue Wise.
Dear Santa,
We have been pretty good this
year. So we are hoping you will
bring us what we would like for
Christmas.
I'm Dianne and I'm 6 years old
and I would like a doll, toaster,
and a bycycle, for by brother Greg
who's four years old and can't
write, he wants a fire truck with
ladders, a football and a jeep, also
my sister Judy who's name is real-


ly Joanne and she's 3 years old
wants a doll and baby carriage.
Mama says she don't want any-
thing but anything you have left
over, please bring to her.
I can't write too good so my
auntie is writing this for me.
Santa don't forget to take some
toys to all the little boys and girls
this year. On the whole, we've all
been okay kids this year.
We'll have cake and cookies out
for you this year. Give mama San-
ta a kiss and God bless you both
this Christmas day.
Love, Dianne Gregory and
Joanne Herring

Dear Santa,
I hope every little boy and girl
gets what they want of Christmas.
I would like a cowboy suit and
guns and a suit for Sunday. I am


THE STAR

"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1962


Long Avenue Baptist Church Breaks Ground for Auditorium


Last Sunday afternoon, Long church, along with the builder
Avenue Baptist Church broke and architect, officially starting
ground for the construction of The construction activities. With
a new church auditorium, com- the shovel is Durel Brigman.
pleting the 10-year old church's chairman of the building com-
original building plan. mittee turning the first spade.
Pictured above is the building From left to right are Russell
committee and trustees of the Ruth, E. F. Gunn, Joe Ferrell,


B. W. Hartman, Wesley R. Ram-
sey, Dr. Wayne Hendrix, Cliff
Robbins, Mrs. J. E. McLeod, Miss
Alma Baggett, Joe Alligood, J.
C. Belin and Rev. J. C. Odum.
E. F. Gunn Construction is the
contractor for the building. B.
W. Hartman is the architect.


ETV Sets Installed In Gulf


Schools


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To Fill A Need


By H. E. RICHARDS
By H. RICHARDS one that takes the place of some
The decision to explore the use
The decision to explore the use of the things that are already be-
of television in Gulf County Schools
as a medium for improving the ing done. We need to help students
learning of boys and girls was develop skills and study habits in
reached after a careful preview of self learning. This does not mean
a similar program in other areas. that the schools stop doing things
With the explosion of new facts they have been doing. Neither does
and new techniques to be made a. it mean that a teacher in a face
part of the teacher's responsibility, to face relationship is not impor-
every minute of the teaching day tant, for this should occupy the
should be carefully planned and greater portion of any school day.
utilized. It seems apparent to tea- We need to recognize, however,
chers and children that Education- that this is not the only way that
al Television is an additional kind students learn.
of learning experience rather than One of the most important po-


tentials of Educational television
is that it brings to the student
and the teacher opportunities
and possibilities for the develop-
ment of skills, understanding
and new insights through the
careful planning and organiza-
tion of content, the well selected
visuals, and methods of presen-
tation. This shared common ex-
perience of a telecast frequently
gives teachers and students a
basis for further work and study.
Today, throughout our country,
there are more than 63 non com-
mercial television stations (five in
Florida) which broadcast regular
daily instruction to more than
tlu'ru and a .h' million students.
Educational Television is an in-
structional medium that has great
potential for bringing about curri-
culum change through its dynamic
impact. With the loss of qualified
instructional help in the area of
Spanish this year, it is anticipated
that ETV Spanish will be of much
help especially in the elementary
schools of the county. The Ameri-
canism vs. Communism Course (re-
quired by Florida Legislature) to
be taught in the county schools
this year is so new to the curricu-
lum that very little material is
available to the teacher. This is a
critical area of instruction with a
great deal at stake and very little
to work with. Lectures prepared by
professionals with extensive exper-
ience in teaching and writing on
the subject will be made available
through the ETV program.
To prepare for the telecast, a
series of curriculum workshops for
teachers in the subject areas are
planned.
The Educational TV schedule for
the second trimester will be re-
leased soon and will be made avail-
able to general public viewing thru
the telecast coverage area for
Channel 11, WFSU-TV.
In order for each school center
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and cowboy suit and a cowboy hat-
I love you Santa.
My name is Michael Cary.

Dear Santa,
I would like to have a Barbee
doll and boy clothes and a chalk-
board and chalk.
Love, Linda McLendon

Dear Santa,
I would like a desk and a doll
house and some doll clothes.
Love, Sherry Miller

Dear Santa,
I would like to have a bb gun.
and a go cart track, and a Big
Brusier. and that is what I would
like to have and football socks.
The color of them orange and red.
Love, Ed Floore
I love you Santa, Love me Santa.

Dear Santa,
I want a train. I would like a
gun. I would like a ball minger. I
want a big brusier. I am a good


Love, Richard Minger


Park Officials

Tour Peninsula

The Port St. Joe Chamber of
Commerce acted as host yesterday
feting two of the Florida Board of
Parks and Historic Memorials of-
ficials here in Port St. Joe.
Jack K. Bradley, administrative
assistant and Claude Willoughby,
area supervisor, were in Port St.
Joe to inspect the St. Joseph Penin-
sula Area. Their purpose was to
get some idea of the lay of the
land and to begin to design a 2,000
acre park. which is being sought
for the tip of the Peninsula.
At the present time, a formal re-
quest has been issued to the Fed-
eral Government to relinquish the
land to the State of Florida for
park purposes. The State Parks
Board has committed itself to build
the park if the land can be obtain-
ed from the government. Money
for the park has been included in
the "asking" budget for the com-
ing biennium by the Park Board.
The Chamber conducted the men
on a land and water tour of the
area.


New City Garbage

Rates Begin Jan. 1
New garbage rates in the City
of Port St. Joe will go into ef-
fect with the receipt of the Jan-
uary 1 water bills, according to
the office of the City Auditor
and Clerk.
The City raised the rates in Oc-
tober to place the garbage col-
lection service on a more self-
sustaining basis.
The new charges will be as
follows:
Each family unit, $1.00 per
month; business establishments,
$2.50 per month; hotels, motels,
eating places ,etc., $5.00 per
month; wholesale users and su-
per markets, $12.00 per month.
The City mailed out copies of
the new ordinance the first of
this month, explaining the chan-
ges in ,'eta'Il.


Bishop Hamilton West

To Visit St. James
The Right Reverend Hamilton
West, Bishop of Florida, will visit
St. James Episcopal Church this
Sunday, according to the Rev. Har-
ry Babbit, Rector.
This is a customary official visi-
tation by the Bishop, who will ad-
minister the Order of Confirmation
and preach at the eleven o'clock
services.
Following the service, coffee will
be served in the Parish House
where the members and Vestry of
the congregation will greet Bishop
West.
It was also announced that the
annual Church School Christmas
tree, prepared by the EYC will be
the center of youth activities at
4:00 p.m. Sunday.
The Rector stated that the an-
nual Christmas Eve midnight ser-
vice will begin at 11:00 p.m. on
Christmas Eve.


Lowery who is 2 years old. He
would like to a tractor, cowboy hat
and suit and a train.
We will leave you some cake and
coffee on the table. We love you,
Santa.
Patricia and Allen Lowery

Dear Santa,
I love you Santa. I am a good
girl. I want a walking doll and a
bicycle and a Betsy lee mcCall kit.
Love, Susan Ake

Dear Santa,
My name is Sarah Jane. I want
a doll house and a desk and a doll
clothes. I love you Santa. And a
chalk board.
Love, Sarah Jane Armstrong

Dear Santa,
I want Big Brusier and a cotton
candy machine and a gun, a hol-
ster, one gun and a cowboy suit
and cowboy hat.
Love, Bubba Harmon

Dear Santa,
I want a bb gun, I want Big Bru-
sier. I love you Santa.
Tommy Saldre.

Dear Santa,
I want a chalk board. I love San-
ta.
Love, Anita Raffield

Dear Santa,
My name is Dickie Whitfield. I
would like a Big Brusier. I would
like a bb gun and many other toys.
Love, Dickie Whitfield


7 years old. I love you and every- Dear Santa,
one in the world. I want a chalkboard and some
Love, Martin Adkison chalk and a china house and my
brother wants a Big Bruiser.
Dear Santa, Love, Suzanne Gersbacker
I want a cowboy suit and a truck Dear Santa,
a gun and hoster. I a 6 year old Sna,
I will leave some cake and coffee ter wants a bicycle. My other sis-
on the tal. I love you Santa. iter wants a bicycle to. My brother
Love, Vie Adkison vants a gun. My Daddy wants a
razor. My Mother wants a razor to.
Dear Santa, I want a bicycle to. Marry Christ-
My name is Patricia Lowery. I mas. Love Sante.
am 3% years old. I would like for Connie Johnson
you to bring me a doll, a car and
an ironing board and iron. Dear Santa,
I have a little brother, Allen I want a bicycle and a bb gun


Trailing 24-19 at halftime, the
Port St. Joe Sharks came back
strong in the second half to down
the Quincy Tigers 53-47.
Walter Dodson and Buddy Ken-
nington paced the Sharks to their
second win of the year by scoring
14 and 12 points, respectively.
The Sharks have lost to Chipley
and Altha this season.
The losers were led by Charles
Owens, who tallied 13 points, and
Gary Edwards, who hit for 12. The
Sharks handed Quincy their third
loss of the season.
The Quincy Junior Varsity took
home a win, defeating the Junior
Sharks 36-33 in the preliminary


match.
St. Joe g ft Quincy
Chason 5 1 11 Higdon
Chafin 2 0 4 Earnest
Dodson 4 6 14 Jensen
Ken'ton 6 0 12 Edwards
Hobbs 0 3 3 Owens
Evans 1 1 31
Weston 2 2 61
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 7 12 16
Quincy ------ 7 17 8


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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants


NUMBER 14


Floyd Chevrolet,




St. Joe Motor Co.



Share Vehicle Bid


Gulf Oil To Furnish City Gasoline;

Standard Oil Wins Oil, Grease Bid


City Hall Sets
Holiday Closing Dates
City Auditor and Clerk, J. B.
Williams, stated yesterday that
the City Hall will observe a
Christmas holiday the first of
next week by being closed all
day Monday and Tuesday.
The City Hall will also be clos-
ed all day Saturday of this week
in affording a long Christmas
holiday for city employees.
City Hall will close at 5:00
p.m. tomorrow afternoon and
will not re-open until Wednes-
day morning at 8:30 a.m.
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Two Fires During

The "Big Freeze"

- Two fires last Wednesday night,
at the height of the cold wave
caused the Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment to go into action.
At 7:00 p.m. an alarm sounded
calling the Department to Avenue
'A' to the home of Mandy Bewey.
A burning stick of wood had been
thrown on top of the house and
caught some shingles on fire. The
burning stick was picked up by 'the
fire department and sent to the
Florida Fire Marshal's office in
Tallahassee for investigation of
fingerprints, etc.
Only slight damage to the roof
was reported.
At 7:30 the same night, the De-
partment was called to Michigan
Chemical Company where an acety-
lene tank had caught fire. Benny
Roberts, who was working near the
tank received a few superficial
burns. Fire damage was confined
to the tank.

Methodist Children Will
Present Pageant Sunday
There will be a pageant of the
birth of the Christ Child at the
First Methodist Church, Sunday
night, December 23 at 7:30 p.m.
The pageant, sponsored by the
Wesleyan Service Guild will fea-
ture children in the roles of the
Holy Family, the Angels, the Shep-
herds and the Wise Men. The choir
will sing familiar carols and the
children in the audience are asked
to bring a small gift to present to
the Christ Child. These gifts will
be distributed to needy families
along with food baskets from the
adult Sunday school classes.


Two local motor companies shar.
ed the success of selling the City
some new vehicles Tuesday night-
each being low bidder on certain
vehicles advertised for by the
City.
Floyd Chevrolet Company was
the low bidder on a police patrol
car, a two ton truck with dump
body and a half ton pick-up
truck.
Floyd offered a new police car
for $2,033.10 and the old car. He
offered the two-ton truck for $3,-
417.84 and the pick-up truck for
$1,684.96. No trade-in was involv-
ed in the truck bids.
St. Joe Motor Company was the
successful bidder in furnishing
the City with a new garbage col-
lection truck, complete with col-
lection body, at a price of $8,-
723.26. The truck will be a two-
ton chassis with a 16 cu. ft. Gar-
wood packer mounted.
City Clerk Williams said that the
garbage package is deliverable
within six weeks with the other
units to be delivered within 30
days.
PETROLEUM BIDS
The Gulf Oil Company was low
bidder at furnishing the City with
gasoline for the coming year. The
low bid was 21.15 cents per gallon
of regular gasoline, with storage
and pumping facilities provided by
the successful bidder.
Standard Oil Company was the
low bidder on motor oils and. re-
lated products.
New Trash Containers
Yesterday afternoon the City re-
placed the old unsightly trash con-
tainers on Reid Avenue with new,
modern collection containers.


Freeze Bursts Open
Paving On Hiway 71
Highway 71 froze last week with
the unseasonable cold and burst
open in spots near the City ware-
house. This area is low and swam-
py, and surface water under the
paving froze causing the paving
to crack open.
State Highway crews put up
warning signs for motorists to
take caution driving on the stretch
of road until it can be repaired.
IK
ST. JAMES TO FETE
COLLEGE STUDENTS DEC. 28
On Friday, December 28 the Wo-
men of the Church again invite
college and prep school students
home for the season to gather in
the Parish House at a reception in
their honor.


Top-notch performances by four
players lifted Port St. Joe over
arch-rival Chapman of Apalachi-
cola, 67-59, Saturday night on the
local court.
Fred Chason, Buddy Kennington
Wally Dodson and Kenneth Evans
all scored in double figures to
bring Port St. Joe its third victory
in five games in the young cage
season.
Chason led the scoring with 22
points. Kennington, Dodson and
Evans trailed with 13, 12 and 10
points, respectively.
Four players also scored in the
double figures for the losers. They
were Mitchell Barley with 17, Ron-
nie Lashley with 15, George Hen-
dels with 12 and Ralph Brooks


with 11.
The Sharks also took the
varsity contest, 33-24.


Sharks
Chason
Chafin
Dodson
Ken'ton
Hobbs


17-47 Evans


t Chapman
22 Bartley
8 Lashley
12 Brooks
13 Gay
2 Illendels
10 |Renfro


junior

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7 3 17
6 3 15
4 3 11
0 1 1
4 4 12
1 1 3


Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe ---. 18 10 15 16-59
Chapman High __ 18 10 15 16-59
The Sharks will hang up their
gym shoes for the Christmas holi-
days until January 4. On this date
the Sharks will play host to Altha,
which has beaten them once this
season.


Long Avenue Choir To
Present Cantata Tonite
The Long Avenue Baptist Church
will present its choir in a Christ-
mas Cantata tonight at 7:30 p.m.
in the Church auditorium, accord-
ing to the Pastor, Rev. J. C. Odum.
The program will be a musical
program of Christmas presented by
the choir under the direction of
Wesley R. Ramsey with Mrs. M. L.
Britt at the organ.
Everyone is invited to attend the
program. The nursery will be open
for small children.
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Garden Club Home Decorations Reveal

Holiday Spirit In Port St, Joe Sunday


mas tree with its gaily wrapped wife sitting there tying up pack-
packages was placed on the sun ages and chatting with a neighbor
porch. Then suddenly called to other du-
The dining room table was cen- ties. The golden bells on the front
tered with a Della Robia wreath door seemed to chime a welcome.


of greenery and fresh fruits and
The Holiday sp:r:t was not only manner, from the entrance where surrounded by bowls of nuts. The
present, but visible in Pot t.oe the iron lace was draped with a cornice boards were decorated
Sunday afternoon when three beau- swag of cedar interspersed with with magnolia leaves and fresh
tiful homes which had been decor-'red balls and cedar wreath on the fruit. The sideboard and serving
ated by the three circlesofheGar-'door, to the child's bedroom with table carried out the Della Bobia
ated by the three iopned to the Gar- its wealth of handmade stuffed theme with their arrangements of
lic. The decorations varied from toys. The hall and stairway were greenery, fruits: and nuts. Green
the simple informal type of green done in red and green. The bannis- handmade candles were used in
er3 with candles, snow, Christmas ter wore a swag of cedar wound this room.
balls and cones to the more elab. with red ribbon. I
orballs formaldtype a eISpace will not permit a descrip-
orate formal type. Abundant use The focal point of the living tion of each arrangement but all
was made of native plant materialsroom was the mantle with its bank were most attractive and helped
cones, nus and fruits. Soticatme werthe of greenery, red candles and triple carry out the theme.
made more sophisticated by thrope of popcorn. The cornice Hospitality was the theme set
use of artificial material and lit- boards were decorated with cedar, at the beautiful contemporary
ter. pine and pine cones. Other ar- home of Dr. and Mrs. Robert King
The traditional American type rangements were placed at vantage by the gaily decorated rockers and
home of Dr. and Mrs. Joe Hendrix points in this room. packages on the front terract. One
was decorated in the traditional The beautifully decorated Christ-, could well imagine a busy house-

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The focal point of the family
room was the lovely gold and
green tree with its many packages.
Santa, almost overtaken by a
bright d r-Hlittl ehild l l ft his


anthemums. Other arrangements
of mums were used in this room.
An arrangement of fruit on a
lazy susan was used in the break-
fast room.
On the patio, Santa had loaded
the "surry with the fringe on top"
with gaily decorated packages, and
left an arrangement of candy on


"Sweetie", the family cat wore
a red collar and bow and greeted
guests with feline poise and grace.
The spicy aroma of hot apple
juice punch served with fruit cake
filled the air with fragrance.
Santa left a whole sleigh load of
toys on the lawn of the 1. W. Du-
ren home. The front door had a
wreath nf bhlue and silver


cap filled with fruit on the serv- the table, all calculated to gladden The spiritual atmosphere of the
ing bar. the heart of a little girl. The patio Christmas season was expressed by
tables each held arrangements of the arrangement with madonna
The dining table with its red greenery, candles and cones. The and child in the hall.
cloth and gold ribbon was centered chairs had chair backs of red felt The spacious living room, done
with an arrangement of gold chrys- and gold fringe. in gold and white featured many


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1962

the family room and sun porch
really gave one the feeling of
"home for Christmas". The tree
was on the sun porch.
The Club wishes to thank those
who so graciously opened their
homes for this occasion and to all
who worked decorating them.

Arriving Home for Christmas
Joe Whaley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Whaley, is due home today
to spend the Christmas holidays
with his parents.
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Lasting Peace, Joy and Happiness

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1962


Minutes of the
County Commission
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
December 11, 1962
The Board of County Commissioners of
Gflf County, Florida, met this date in reg-
ular session with the following members
present: Leo Kennedy,, Vice-Chairman, Neva
Croxton, A. J. Strickland and Jines II..
Greer. The Clerk. Sheriff, Altornev, Engin-
eer. Road Superintendent, Mosquito Control
Supervisor and Civil Defense Director were
also present. S. C. Player, County Commis-
sioner-elect was also in attendance.
The meeting came to order at 9:00 a.m.
The Clerk opened the meeting with prayer.
Thi Minutes of November 13 and 27
v- re read, approved and adopted.
The Board entered into a discussion with
Sreference to the proposed County Road
running from the West end of the present
old Iola County Road to Pittman Landing.
Commissioner Strickland informed the Board
that the right of way has not been deeded
to the County by one of the land owners
due to the fact that the said land owner
wants to include a utility easement to the
Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative in the right
of way to the County; that past experience
proves that this is not thie best arrange-
ient for a road right of way. After further
discussion the Board issued an invitation
for said land owner to come before this
Board at the next meeting to discuss this
matter.
l'uiriuant to invitations to submit itds
to sell the county a one ton air conditioned
installed in the Farm Agent's office the
Board received one bid, to-wit:
From: WAewahitchka Hardware Company:
1 1-ton air conditioner at 12,500 bit,
$28S9.95.
After discussion, the Board voted to re-
ject this bid because the equipment offered
wais rated higher than the County needs,
but to mail out invitations to all dealers to
submit bids to install 1 air conditioner rat-
ed at q200 BTU, bids to be received Jan-
uiary 8, 1963 at 9:00 a.m.
The Clerk read a copy of letter from Dr.
Will Dean Lowery, M.). to Dr. William
L. Wright, 'M D., Florida State Board of
Health, Jacksonville, said letter referred to
Matters pertaining to the Gulf County
lHealth Program which has been in ques-
tion since D. I has been on leave
of absence 11. .... ch ool in Pittsburgh,
I'ennsylvania. Commissioner Kennedy told
the Board that lie would contradict Dr.
Lowcery's letter as to thie part that reads,
to-wit: 'I know of no person who has been
told by me that physical examinations
would not be clone for those students need-
ing to have them lone at tihe Health De-
partment." Commissioner Kennedy told the
Board that Dr. Lowery told him that she
had never refused to take care of an indi-
gent patient, but that she thought that peo-
ple who could pay for their examinations
ought to go to their own doctor. The Clerk
notified the Board that he has not received
a reply from Dr. Wright as to if, or when
lie will appear before this Board to dis-
cuss our Health Department problems.
The following names were added to Indi-
-ent roll: Nora Mae Conley, $15.00. Mrs.
Tommie Strange, $15 00. The following
name was removed fsom the Indigent Roll:
Roy Hall.
The Board discussed the replacement of a
pump required in the Civil Defense Psogramu
and directed tne Civil Defense Director to
place an order for tne pump.
The County Engineer informed the Board
that the High Schools of Gulf County have
used thie tape recording of Dr. Della Ddd's
address on Communism, that the High
School in Carrabelle wants to borrow the
tape to use for several weeks. The Board
instructed the Engineer t let the Carrabelle
School have the tape and when it is re-
torned, that it be donated to the Golf
County Schools.
The Coonty Engineer informed the Board
that a plat filed of Port St. Joe Estates in
Aogost of. this year shows a number of
block and street markers, that were not in
place because he Developers wanted to
place the markers after the streets were
not in place at the time the plat was filed;
That the Borad knew they were not in place
because the Developers wanted to place the
markers after the streets were paved; that
the Developers are not going to pave the
streets this year, and that the markers
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Mrs. Belin Hostess Circle 3 Meets With THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. not be fully judged at th
rs. Belin Hostess Circle THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1962 Test tree plantings on son
To Baptist Circle No. 2 Mrs. Chafin Monday ida Forest Service plots w
Circle Number 2 of the First Circle Number 3 of the First ped badly. For example, s(
Baptist Church met in the home Baptist WMS Circle No. 1 met, Freeze Makes For calyp tus-one of the expe
of Mrs.Belin, Monday, December Monday, December 17 in the home'l Fret Fire Danger species-have lost leaves f
W Du c mn, r wh a TALLAHASSEE-Increased inci- tures may affect future



Luke 2 as the devotional scripture. chairman, Mrs. M James Wilson. Forest e statewide during
She also gave severalnt. Christmas Mrs. Chafin, program chairman, "Cold-killed grass, underbrush-, en od t removal
stories. had charge of the program topic on hristmas TALLAASSer vegetation soon become lid ng stock from four state
Thrs. W. C. P were read and the spiritual life developnts. Mrs. C. A. McClem- dence combustible," Coulter said, ies was halted for several
chairman, brougheport a very int bers present assn callsted inthe prop "and the depth of the kill even in ost vulnerable to free
ing story, The Baby Jesus" usingto order due to the absence of the Florida creates almost haz- the bare roots of pine seedlin
Luke 2 as the devotional script Reports from various chairmen arduous forest fire situation." and the bales of seedlings
After Christmas plans were dis- were given. It was voted to send The severe cold brought no im- ed for shipment and transp
cussed. Mrs. Bracewell led in pray- $5.00 to assist in Cuban relief, mediate rash of fires, however, and No loss of baled seedling s
er. IMThe hostess served fruit cake the state's multi-million dollar for- curred at the nursery, Coul
The next meeting will be held and coffee to the five members ests suffered no apparent freeze since adequate precautions
with Mrs. Durant. and one visitor, WMS president, damage, freezing were taken.
Mrs. Belin served delicious fruit Mrs. W. J. Daughtry. Some damage to tropical varie- Normal operation was
cake and coffee during the social 1 The meeting was closed by Mrs. ties of trees in South Florida has at all state nurseries, as
time. McClellan with prayer. been reported, though extent can- sunshine came into its owr


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you a very happy day: From all of us,


a Merry Christmas!


ST. JOE PAPER COMPANY


Merry Christmas to our friends!


Vivian Bateman L. W. Morris

Joe Evans C. D. Galloway

Elbert Norris Edgar Deas


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NEWS

MERCHANT'S LEAGUE
By D. L. Sickmon
Phillip's 66 trimmed Pat's Won-
der Bar for three games on alleys
one and two Monday night to cut
' Pat's lead in the league to one
slim game. While taking three
games, Phillip's set a new -alley re-
cord for high team game with a
892, also taking this from Pat's
Wonder Bar.
Pat's Jake Kolle r-Ied with a
581 series which was aJso the high-
est series on the alT ys Monday
night. Bill Tew followed Jake with
': a 503 just under his own 506 ser-
ies rolled earlier this season.
Wilmer Ethridge led Phillip's 66
in their three game victory with a
565 series to roll 118 pins over his
average to place second highest
series on the alleys Monday night.
He also won the largest turkey for
his two alleys and won all the cof-
fee money again donated by St.
Joe Bowling Lanes. Nice bowling
Ethridge. Have a nice Christmas
i dinner. Al Jensen had to take sec-
', ond place to Ethridge this week


with a 514 series, alleys five and six. The Pridgeon Team Standings
Floyd's Chevrolet with only two Agency placed three men in the Pat's Wonder Bar
men on the alleys had to forfeit 500 series bracket Monday night. Pridgeon Agency
four games to The Sand Bar on Grady Dean and Virgil Daniels Phillip's 66
alleys three and four. rolled a 412 series while Dean rol- Pate's Shell Service
George Small and John Hanson led a 350 series. Floyd Chevrolet
rolled for their chances for the On alleys seven and eight, The Custom Shop _____
turkey and league averages with Custom Shop met Pate's Shell Ser- Sand Bar
George Small rolling 36 pins over vice, who rolled to the tune of a Pylant's
his average taking the turkey for three game defeat for the Custom
the two alleys. John Hanson rolled Shop. With the forfeit by Floyd's COMMERCIAL
a 396 series to complete Floyds Chevrolet and the three game win The Commercial L
bowling. from The Custom Shop, Pate's mov- The Commercial L
The Sands Bar's Wayne Smith ed from sixth place to fourth in all the signs of tigh
took first place again for them with league standings. week with Costin's r
a 486 series. Parrish followed one game of the Ste
Wayne with a 369.series Ralph Ward rolling a 510 series my Costin edged Tor
led The Custom Shop. Richardson out for the high hoi
Pylant's also had just two men followed with a 420 series. 587 to Tommy's 586
on the alleys and forfeited to The Pate's Shell Service was led as and Ashley Costin ha(
Pridgeon Agency on five" and six. usual by Billy Joe Richards with Waring Murdock was
The Pridgeon Agency was led by a 499 series with Luie Holland fol- tin's with 451. Costir
Arnold with a 545 series to place lowing with a 462, which was 78 series from Florida I
third for the alleys Monday night. pins over his average to win the while rolling the hi
-Carl immerman followed rolling a turkey from alleys seven and series ever rolled i
.539'series, and rolled 68 pins over' eight Monday night. Nice bowling 2.639, beating the las
his average to take the turkey from Luie. team series by one p:


W L team was led by Bob Joyce with
42 18 Ted Grabowski and Jake Koller.
41 19 This score may be laughed at in
34 26 some towns but we should be
__- 29 31 proud of it and I believe we are.
29 31 Florida National Bank had only
27 33 three men to battle Costin's with
23 37 and they almost did the job. Den-
17 43 nis Arnold's 505 led his team with
Don Lawley's 479 second.
Michigan Chemical finally came
league showed out of their slump by stopping Ba-
ening up last sil's for three points. Ralph Ward
moving within led his team with 482 followed by
evedores. Jim- Tom Freeman's 460. Ralph Moss
mmy Pridgeon and Samuelson rolled twin 448's
nors rolling a followed by Lee Taylor's 437.
. Jake Koller The Stevedore's found rough go-
d 509 and 506. ing on alleys five and six. Roche's
low for Cos- Furniture allowed the Stevedores
n's swept the only two points last week to cut
National Bank their league lead down. Wayne
ghest scratch Smith rolled 246, 170, 177 for 593
n this town, and that was high for all alleys.
.t year's Vitro Lou Little's 516 helped a lot along
in. That Vitro with Lancaster's 419. Ted Grabow-


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ski was the only "hot" one for the THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Stevedores rolling 535. B. I. Mob' THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1962
ley didn't do too bad with 486, fol-
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S, Ye Faithful '









THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. would be New Year's day. -
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1962 We wish everyone a very Merry
Christmas and see you all on the
third of January at the Bowling
MORE BOWLINGLanes.
(Continued From Page 7)


lowed by Ruel Whitehurst's 436.
Danny Maddox keeps improving
with a 420.
Team Standings W L Pct.
Stevedores _- .. 35 17 .673
Costin's 34 18 .654
Fla. Nat. Bank 25 27 .481
Basil's Standard 24 28 .462
Roche Furniture 21 31 .404
Michigan Chem. 17 35 .327
And now, may the officers, bowl-'
ers and sponsors of the Commer-
cial League wish all of you a very
Merry Christmas.


MORNING COFFEE LEAGUE
By Maxine Jensen
Jitney Jungle on lanes one and
two won all four points by forfeit
from the St. Joe Laundry.
On lanes three and four, Ed's
Florist won four points from IGA.
Mary Brown had high game and
series on the lanes. Her games
were 118, 127 and 159 for a fine
404 series. Maine Jensen was next
with a series of 367. Alice Machen
came through with a 321 followed
by Elise Rogers with a 310 series.
Cor IGA, Judy McClain led her
team with a 300 series. Jean Stebel
was next with a 292. Following
were Sally White, Ruth Ramsey
and Glenda Burgis with series of
271, 269 anid 232 in the same order.
There will be no bowling in this
league now til after Christmas.
.Our next bowling date will be on
Thursday, January 3. We will be
bowling on Thursday of that week
because our regular bowling date


Off for Holidays


Mr. and Mrs. Marion Craig and
son Bob will leave this week end
for South Carolina where they
will spend the Christmas holidays
with relatives and friends.

Visiting Daughter and Family
Mrs. C. F. Andrews, of Macon,
Ga., is visiting with her daughter
and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Simmons of 1023 McClellan Ave.

Visiting Musselwhites
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Laird, Au-
burn, Ala., visited with Mrs. Laird's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mus-
selwhite this week.


PEP CLUB IS SPONSORING
CHRISTMAS BALL
The Pep Club is sponsoring a
Christmas Ball December 22. The
dance will start at 8:00 p.m. and
will end at 12:00 midnight. The
dance will be semi-formal.
All alumni are invited. Admis-
sion will be 50c stag and 75c drag.
The Exotics will furnish the dance
music.
The dance will be at the Stac
House.

ATTEND ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sheffield and
Jackie attended the 50th wedding
anniversary observance of Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Daniell, sister of Jack
Sheffield, in Donalsonville, Ga., re-
cently.


.z AT CHRISTMAS


Surplus Sales of St. Joe
Surplus Sales Sewing Center


A BLESSED CHRISTMAS
Sincerely, all of us extend our hope that
this holy season will bring all of you
fulfillment of your dreams.


FLOYD CHEVROLET CO.


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Christmas Peace to All
It is our sincerest wish that this holy
season will be one of great peace and
happiness for our many good friends.


Gene's Gulf Service Station
701 Monument Ave.


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ITHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. Presbyterian Church Sets
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1962 Special Services Sunday

JAM Club Has Annual The First Presbyterian Church of
Port St. Joe extends an invitation
Christmas Dinner Party to the public to attend its Christ-
The annual Christmas dinner mas candlelight service at 4:30
and party for the members of the p.m., Sunday, December 23. Rev.
J.A.M. Club was held December 14 S. R. Reiber will conduct the ser-
at the Van Horn Beach Club at vice, and will present a reading as
Beacon Hill. a monologue entitled, "A Trip To
I The dining hall where the guests Bethlehem".
were assembled for this occasion Rev. Reiber has been an ordain-
was beautifully decorated with a ed minister for 11 years, having
lighted Christmas tree and other spent a large portion of this time I
arrangements. as a chaplain in the U. S. Navy. At
\ A period of reminiscing of the present he is doing graduate work
years gone by, and a Christmas at Florida State University, Talla-1
card from a former, Mrs. H. A. hassee, and serves the Presbyterian
Drake, was read. Mrs. Drake is Church of Port St. Joe each Sun-
still missed and loved by the day morning.
club. The members were served a
delicious turkey dinner with all If You Don't Have A Social
the trimmings which was enjoyed Security 'Number, Get One!
jby all.
Those in attendance then gath- Laurie W. Tomlinson, District
ered around the gaily lighted tree Director of Internal Revenue, re-
for an exchange of gifts. One mem- minded taxpayers who do not have
ber, Mrs. Calla Perritt was ill and a social security number to request
not able to be present. one as soon as possible since social
The party has been a tradition security numbers must be shown
of the J.A.M. Club since it was or- on individual income tax returns
ganized back in the twenties. filed beginning January 1, 1963.


Those present this year were
Mrs. Eliza Lawson, Mrs. Gladys
Boyer, Mrs. Calla Howell, Mrs.
Elaine Pridgeon, Mrs. Eula Prid-
geon, Mrs. Rubye Pridgeon, Mrs.
Lola Costin, Mrs. Verna Smith,
Mrs. Myrtice Smith and Miss Edna
Davis all of Port St. Joe and Mrs.
Ned Bates and Mrs. Coy Redd of
Panama City.


"Lack of a social security num-
ber will delay processing ,f re-
turns and issuance of refund
checks," Mr. Tomlinson said. Any
taxpayer who does not now have
a social security number may re-
quest one by completing Form
3227 or Form SS-5, available at the
Internal Revenue Office, 634 East
Highway 98, Panama City.


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all blessings that God may bestow,
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an .... 15.00 St Toe Tel. & Tel., Ser. ....... 50.50 ehan Weld. Sup. Co., Sup. ...... 218.20 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
CO"ftl~UN15.TY MINUTES .J. liil llmil ........... i, oie supylies ........ 75.6 Panaima .Mach. & Sup. Co., Sup .... 35.19i
COUNTY MINUTES h.el, Williamiis, i........... ii inge, o. nd. .... L5.00 Pate's Service Center, Parts & Recaps 295.84 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1962
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should w e plat. Crear,.r .. ........... 1.00 t1di' i,,i Knight, Wo rk on Equip .... 1.0 Rily-rooks Mach. Co., Parts ...... 10.54
After considran i. ,pl l Board dir ected the plat.Je el Cali n, .......... 15 00 Basil Standard Sta, Gas .......... 26.10 Standard Oil C Gas ......... 26.86 Robert L. McCrary, Jr., Salary . .70
After consider i tor b d dire cted thh s to have C a llarry i, .......... 1 00 lo h O.,ol Ci n., Labor & Parts 11.62 1. \V. L uren, Transmission ..... 275.00 J. Hill, Salary .............. 92.87
r to. 11 .ti, i, developerr to have Carry Goodwi, .tol- D. Sid cll Ex p. .... 13.60 Wewi. lldwe. Co., Sup. .... . 690.71 Cubie It. Laird, Saary ........ 173.01)
thEngine er to install oBessie 1ae k Fais. ........... 1 0 ile ', Suippy to., Sup ........ .. 9.90 Burford-Toothaker Co., Parts .. 1,722.21 Direc. Int. Rev., WH Tax ........ 35.25
eThne Farnr eta, i p re e.. ld ris lrmonthly laessie .'. 15 00 I" J urf.ord-T o thakr Co., lParts .. 2,214.09 Culf Track & Roller, Chain ... 3,618.81 Gulf Co. S S Acct., S S ....... 3.2
The RoadI Ithenarnw t l' desn d il ed l. r Mary Clarik, Bell .. .. 1o.0( Charles C. klui. Labor ......... 113.00 St. Joe Tel. & Tel., Serv'. ........ 25.30 Peninsular Life Ins. Co., Ins . 1.
Tu Ro10 .ernent ie \ onithi. liau .lin', B11l A.iy 10.00 a is, Co., farts ...... 28.32 Player Motor Co., Part.s .......... 1.70 Colonial Life & Acci., Ins. ........ 6.00
l report. Lura F. Bailey, ..... .... 10. a 11v. C., Sup. ............ 7..42 Gulf Co. Ins. Co.., Ins ........... 922.79 G5NERAL FUND-PES TCONTROL
All payronlle for t ihe month of Novmber linz Chanberas, 15.) St. Joe 11l\c. Co., Sup ...........44.76 Fla. Engi. Assoc., Inc., Ser. .... 240.13 Samuel Marion Graves, Jr., Salary .. 141.04
weTh bills approve and ratified as paid. O Thomas, 15........... 'layer itr. Co..Sup............ 4.9 FINE & FORFEITURE FUND G. C. Dykes, Salary ............ 121.63
The ba we ere p nted, xamin C rd,apie l ri ........ 1 iivel .Stll' Co., Sup ....... 6.35a Sm p. Husband, Fines ........ 607.70 L. F. Sellers, Salary ............ 1 4 .73
Troved and ordered paid. fh rs Charlie Piv' u.. i 1. 0 Fra.n,ik itl l \geicy, Ins............ 00 Silas Si. to.. Salary ........... 333.33 Direct. Int. ev., W1 Tax........I Tax .... 29.10
There being d further business the Gladys Pestwooi, 15.00 I'dgeon I A ,I Ins. ........ 389.59 George Y. Core, Court Costs ...... 92.25 Gulf Co. S S Acct., SS S .......... 15.13
meeting did then adjourn. Besie Glass, o ,- 10. l V Til., Se .. .. ........ 9.50 arianna Office Sup. Co., Sup......... 90 Colonial Life & Acci., Ins. ......... 9.00
TTT Be dy ezBrigt ...' s .... 6. C. E. Daniel. l. .............. .9.86 ST. JOE FIRE DISTRICT Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire. .... 19.37
George Core Leo Kennedy Inez Bright, ........ 3.00 ig Blenl sup. Co., Parts ........ 68.19 Samuel A. Patrick, Corn......... 43.43 ROAD and BRIDGE FUND
Clerk Vice-airman Mrs L. a x, ........ 0 Dud Crain, Labor. ............. 12.50 GENERAL FUND Lloyd Whitfield, Salary ...... ... 189.33
LIST OF BILLS Dolli V. Weeks, ..... 12.00 J. J. Fence Co., ire, etc.. ...... 94.00 S. T. Morris, Salary ........... 117.53 Perry S. Holley, Salary ........ 173.56
Gladys Prestwood, Coun ndigent $15.00 Virginia Ar.msto............. .a Da.ev. Coin., arts......... 477.25 Mack Harrell, Salary ............120.53 James F. Whitfield, Salary ...... 154.76
Ryo Hall ner ............ 15.00 Josie f Odoffi O S . Ceeil C. 'arrish, Exp. & Labor . 121.00 C. E. Daniell, Salary .......... 182.33 Alvie Kemp, Salary ............ 154.33
A Nune ry Hudgins, .....15.00 Bow Sippy Co., Silupl ff ............ 1 h So o Elec. Co up ........... ..286.92 Pauline W. Sowers, Salary. ......... 25.00 J. A. Hall, Salary ............. 133.73
Anni HudPate, ".. ........ 10.00 BoWayne Bigg, Rentup. ............ 15.00 ROAD and BRIDGE FUND Director Int. ev., W/tax .. .... 38.70 Murry P. Melvin, Saary .......... 170.81
WinniEva Pate ,,..... 10.00 State Assn. Cot., Do ........... 150.00 (til Oil Co., Gs .. .... 11.11 Gulf Co. Social See. Acct., S S ...... 15.56 Donald J. Subers, Salary ........ 151.40
Winnie M. H. Congress, .......... 1.00 State. Edwards TB osp., Patients 112. 50 William J. Rish, Borrow Pit .... 1,100.00 Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire .. 19.91 L. D. Hughes, Salary .......... 146.73
Graces. M.Dunlay, ........... 10.00 Whitfie Apiaries locy ........ 60.00 Fla. Gravel Co., Gravel .......... 86.78 Colonial Life & Acci. Ins., Ins. 3.00 Charles R. Oleckley, Salary ...... 152.04
S 0Grace Dunlayvis, .. ....10.00 West Pub. Co., Siri. ............. 16.00 S.t Joe Mltr. Co., Parts & Labor 473.35 E. C. Harden, Sr., Salary ...... 101.49 William 0. Lindsey, Salary ..... 139.49
Minnie. Davis,............. 15.00 Samuel A. atric, Co n ....... 8,534.07 Coastal, Inc Rent .............. 1.00 Leo Kennery, Salary ............ 106.27 Veto Nichols, Salary ........ .... 6.31
DMinnsilla Keee aul, .... 15.00 Samuel A. Patrick, Cioni......... 24.07 Wewa. Water Co., Water .......... 3.10 Neva Croxton, Salary ......... 112.25 Sanford Armstrong, Salary ....... 130.25
Drsscilla Keel, 15.00 A. Striekland, Mileage .........100.00 lBa y M.achine & Welding. Sup . 430.92 A. J. Strickland, Salary ......... 117.50 R. K. Strickland, Saary .......... 116.13
Mrs. H. C. Jonesully, ........ 12.00 A. Jaes lreer, liag........ 00.00.. eore G. Tapper Co., Rent. Equip. 240.00 I James Greer, Salary .......... 103.27 Robert L. Lester, Salary ........ 126.13
Ethel English,.. ........... 1.00 James. C. ardr, ilge.........100.00 John R. Chandliss, Repair. Radjator 6 00 IGeorge Y. Core, Salary ........ 354.16 Noland Phillips, Salary ........ 118.25
Ruthie Eatson, .....15.00 Neva Croxto. H i, rl ......... 100. Sears, Roebuck Co., Parts ........ 10.06 Mrs. C. G. Rish, Salary .......... 89.18 Roy C. Tharpe, Salary .......... 143.58
Rutharlie Batson, ............ .. 15.00 l a C on, dy. Mihage .......... 100.00 Cllowa Sand Co., Sand ........ ... 11.50 David C. Gaskin, Salary .......... 155.00 Direct. Int. Rev., WH Tax ...... 201.10
Lua Kemp, .... .. 5.00 Fosterarrillart. ecordin- 130.00 Standard Steel Co., Tools ........ 200.12 Max W. Kilbourn, Salary ........ 70.50 Ray E. Green, Cofpt., Retire 108.39
Lua Kemp, ............. 15.00 Florida Microfi Cr., record. 63.50 Alvin Mclon, Labor & Parts ...... 6.32 Elmer Nunery, Salary .......... 116.47 Colonial Life & Acci., Ins. ...... 18.00
Kate .Glass, . . .. 15.00 Florda Eng. Ass .. ....... .22 ult Coat Elec., Serv.. .......... 53.41 Sam P. Hrsband. Salary ......... 50.00 Gulf Co. S S Acet., SS ......... 84.64
Mary Less e PittBoon, 15 ...........00 Star bi Co.. ... ... ....... 71.45 .I, I. dwe. Co., Sup. & Cement 2,951.48 W. L. Fitzpatrick, Salary .......... 8.70
Emma Darleys ............15.00 C. C orbin & Co.. hIoney jars .... : 2.s5 St. ., \uio Paris Co., Parts 236.23 Joseph W. Bailey, Salary .......... 8.70
Pinkie Mae Myers, ".:::::: 15.00 ceorge V. Core,. court work ........ 19.00 HALBIN L. RILEY. JR.
IN CAVALRY EXERCISE
U. S. FORCES, GERMANY,
(AHTNC)-Army Sergeant First
Class Halbin L. Riley, Jr., of Port
St. Joe, recently participated with
other members of the 12th Cavalry
.. W in Exercise SABRE KNOT in Ger-
many. The training ended Decem-
.ber 8.
The week-long field training
maneuver, designed to test winter
combat readiness, involves approx-
imately 30,000 troops.
Sergeant Riley is assigned as a
tank commander in the calavry's
Troop C in Budinger, Germany.
The sergeant, whose wife, Ger-
trude, lives at 525 Fourth St., en-
tered the Army in July 1946 and
arrived overseas on this tour of
duty in November 1962. His father
'Oh'S.roflives at 525 Fourth St.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery. NO. 2234
BETTY C. NELSON,
Plaintiff,
Wonder. -vs.-
We..ALLAN HERBERT NELSON,
Defendant
!'G i e U .NOTICE TO: Allan Herbert Nelson whose
,place of residence is unknown.
.On or before the 21st day of January,
;,A A.D. 1962 the defendant, Allan Herbert
G u id e U s'"Nelson is required to serve upon Silas R.
.Stone, Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address
is 321 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
-. a copy of and file with the Clerk of said
Court, the original of an answer to the Bill
of Complaint filed against him herein.
WITNESS my hand and official seal of
said Court at Wewahitchka, Gulf County,
ayfa ith inHim be your Florida, this 17th day of December, A.D.
M yfihi Hi be u 1 /s/ GEORGE Y. CORE,
C-lerk Circuit Court.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
......guiding Light, just as the ..First publication 12-20-62 4t
USE THE WANT ADS
faith of the Three Wise


......'Men led them, by the light

of the Star, to the Child

in Bethlehem that night.



4 May you find renewed

spiritual strength



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'-" May the wondrous
peace and joy of the newborn_
King abide with you and
your family throughout this
Christmas and forever after!


PIatll5


MEN and BOYS WEAR

OUTFITTERS for DADS & LADS


Christmas bells ring in for you

beyond all measure-the kind of

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1962 Huntingdon
SOCIAL SECURITY INCREASE TO GO College To Present
INTO EFFECT JANUARY 1, 1963 Christmas Program


An increase in the Social Secur- ST 36, "Financing Your Social Se-
ity tax paid by workers, their em- curity Benefits," available at every
players, and self-employed persons district office, for those wishing
will go into effect on January 1, further information about the fi-
1963, according to John V. Carey, nancial status of the program. The
District Manager of the Panama office for this area is located at
City Social Security Office. Work-. 1135 Ha2rrison Avenue, Panama
ers and their employers will each City, phone PO 3-5331.
pay fifty cents more per hundred -.,,,sai.a
dollars on earnings up to $4800 a
year, starting with the first wages
paid in January. Self-employed per-
sons, who report their income an-
nually, will pay seventy cents more
pel hundred dollars. The new tax .'^
rates will be 3 5/8 percent for
workers and employers, and 5.4
percent for the self-employed, Ca-
rey said.


The tax increase was enacted by
Congress to cover the cost of
changes in the Social Security pro-
gram, Carey continued. The origin-
al program has been enlarged to
include payments to wives and
children of retired workers, to the
survivors of deceased workers, and
to severely disabled workers and
their dependents. By law, all con-
tributions are credited to the old-
age and survivors insurance trust
fund and the disability insurance
trust fund. These funds can be
used only for Social Security pur-
poses. The tax rates have been set
to guarantee that the Social Secur,
ity program will continue to be
self-supporting, and pay benefits
and administrative costs without
any help from the general funds
of the Treasury.
Carey recommended booklet OA-


Peace
Be With You
We're sending you
this message with all
best wishes for the
Holiday.
MAY YOURS
BE A MERRY
SCHRISTMAS!
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BASIL'S Standard
Service Station


Montgomery, Ala.-Following a
round of pre-Christmas campus ac-
tivities, Huntingdon College will
close for the holidays Friday after-
noon, December 21. The dormitor-
ics will re-open Sunday, January
6, and class work will be resur--d
.nuary 7.
Highlights of the week before
the holidays at Huntingdon will be
a White Christmas program of
sacred music given in the college
chapel by a chorus of 140 voices
and a 30 piece orchestra; a Christ-
mas banquet in the dining hall; a
Holiday Open House given for all
the students and faculty members
by the residents of Massey Hall,
the men's dormitory and a Christ
mas tree for the campus employees
sponsored by the Huntingdon
Christian Association.
Enrolled at Huntingdon from
Port St. Joe are Alice Marie Land,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
J. Land, 1315 Garrison Ave., and
Diane Lay, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman R. Dean, 419 18th St.
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GOOD HEAVY BEEF LIVER and LITES set $1.00 Boston Butt ........ LB.
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ROUND STEAK Ib. c HAM HOCKS 3 s $l.0
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Steak ea. 7c Steak lb. 69c BEE 3 es $00
GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. $1.09 PORK STEAK 2 lbs. 89c season Greetings
SWANSDOWN White, Yellow, or Devil's Food NEW COTTAGE AMERICAN
CAKE MIX 3boxes $1.00 CHEESE LOAF 2Ibs. 69c
MARS or HERSHEY NABISCO
CANDY BARS 10 for 39c SALT lE CRACKERS lb. box 27c
SWIFT'S BROOKFIELD STICK BAMA
BUTTER pound 69c MA Y ONNAISE qt. 49c
Home Grown Cedar Best for Cooking Sunbeam or. Ideal
CHRISTMAS Ga. Grade 'A' Large 13 oz. loaf
TREES Brown Eggs BREAD A
AS LOW AS 2 DOZEN With $2.00 Order Fla. Grade A Large
98c 1 09 1 ..EGGS
98 C .JL C With $10.00 Order
REGISTER FOR THE FREE SILVER DOLLARS Drawing for Bicycle will be on Christ-
L as Eve, Dec. 24 at 6:00 p.m. All boys
TO BE GIVEN AWAY EVERY SATURDAY AT 2:00 P.M. as Eve Decirl are ted to come In and
OYS rand girls are invited to come in and
BOYS and GIRLS, REGISTER FOR FREE BICYCLES register. You don't have to be present
Age Limit 6 through 15 to win.
SHOP OUR WIDE SELECTION OF HersheyMrs. Kinser's
FRUIT CAKE MATERIALS 0 C 0 A HOME STYLE SALADS
CHEAPEST IN TOWN POTATO SALAD
CHERRIES lb. 79c 1/2 lb. 29C HAM SALAD ctn. 39c
CHICKEN SALAD
Natural See our wide selection of
PINEAPPLE lb. 89c Xmas Fruits and Nuts S H EL LED PECANS
MixedBrazilPint Quart
Fied B P Nbuts 79c $1.49
Fruit & Peel lb. 49 c 39 c lb. WE BUY and SELL PECANS
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Priced Reasonable


Christmas Pack
Mixed Fruit
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Tungerines
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WITHOUT
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S\ CRANBERRY
|' SAUCE
2 No. 300 t'
| Cans 3y


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pkg.of 50's 19c
roll 59c
2no. 303 cans 3'9c


TURI
TOMS -20 ibs., up


RIB or CLUB

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CUBED STEAK


kEYS
HENS 12 lbs., up


C
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ALL BRANDS (Half or Whole)
SMOKED HAMS
SWIFT'S PREMIUM
CANNED HAMS
TABLERITE
SLICED BAC 0 N
TABLERITE PURE
PORK SAUSAGE


lb. 49c
4 lb. can $3.29
lb. 59c
lb. 39c


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LB.


59c


IGA CREAM STYLE
GOLDEN CORN


2


303 9c
CANS VV


SHORTENING WITH FOOD ORDER
CRISCO


3 LB.
CAN


59c


MAXWELL HOUSE WITH $5 ORDER
COFFEE


1 LB.
CAN


99c


49c


NUMBER ONE WHITE

POTATOES


0 LBS.
GOOD EATING
Apples
Ocean Spray Fresh
Cranberries
CELLO PACKAGE
Carrots


4 Lb. Bag
39c
1 Lb. Box
25c
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FROZEN FOODS FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS FEAST
IGA Sliced Pet Ritz McKenzie-With Snaps
Strawberries Mince Pies Field Peas
10 Oz. 698 Inch 24 Oz. 49
Pkgs. Pie Pkg.


CHILDREN'S (ALL SIZES)
Children Panties
ELASTIC TOP r \
BALLERINAS
HOLLYWOOD LADIES 1_
SCUFF-EZE'S


MEN'S FINE
COTTON SOCKS


SHIRTS


--DOLLAR DAY


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C" Pairs


6


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Pair


5


Pairs

Pair


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$1


MEN'S and BOY'S LONG SLEEVE
$1.99 n $1.69


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FREE
CANDY and GUM
TO EACH CHILD WHO VISITS THE
TO Y DEPARTMENT THURSDAY,
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Bud Vase Bubble Plus Tax
BATH $1
MIen's TRAVEL Plus Tax


SET


$1


HIADSON PAIR
Slippers $1


ASK ABOUT
THE BARGAIN TABLE
EIN THE TOY LAND
EXTRA SPECIAL


Giant Size
BallsL $1
DIET-RITE SUGAR FREE
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COPELAND'S or SUNNYLAND


HAMS


DUBUQUE'S FRESH PORK

Spare Ribs


Whole or
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Lb.


wButt Half
Lb.


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DUBUQUE'S ALL PORK

SAUSAGE
LB.
ROLL 29c
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FINE HEAVY WESTERN BEEF


LB.


Rib Steak
MISSISSIPPI BRAND
SLICED BACON


FRESH
NECK


BONES


WHITE MEAT or
SLAB BACON


59c


lb. 49c

5lbs. 95c

lb. 29 c


CookingOil
5 LB. BAG Limit 1 With $5.00 Order
SUGAR
Pet Milk


, 89c

39c
3 TALL
CA 43c
CANS


MAXWELL HOUSE Limit 1 Can with $10 Order or More
COFFEE 19c


Ocean Spray
Cranberry Sauce
Stokeley's
Twin Party Peas
White, Yellow or Devil's Food
Pillsbury Cake Mixes


tall can 19c


no. 303 can
package


23c
29c


Del Monte
Spiced Peaches no. 22 jar 37c
Tom's Hostess Peanuts 7 oz. can 29c


Philadelphia
Cream Cheese
Whitfield's
Sweet Mixed Pickles
Daisy Fresh Oleo
Stokeley's-No. 303 Can
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1962


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THE STAR,


Many people can't distinguish be-
tween the types of trees sold at
Christmas time. But, being able to
identify these trees and knowing
how they differ could help your
family to get the kind of tree they
will like best. "Different trees
have different advantages and dis-
advantages," explains A. S. Jen-
sen, assistant forester with the
Florida Agricultural Extension Ser-
vice.
For example, although spruces
usually have good coloring and
stiff branches-important for hold-
ing up the family's big ornament
collection-they lose their needles
quickly. One of these trees-the
White Spruce-has a very strong
odor, objectionable to some peo-
ple, while many other spruces have
pleasant and Christmasy fragranc-
es.
Firs-particularly the Douglas
Fir-will be common at Florida
tree stands this year. Their frag-
rance is good and they have good
coloring. Firs hold on to their nee-
dles better than spruce trees, but
not as well as pine trees. Fir bran-
ches are not as stiff as spruce
branches, bending when weighted
down with heavy decorations.
Jensen says that the Scotch Pine
will also be common in Florida
markets this year. An oversupply
of these trees in the north should
bring many to our Florida tree
lots. In Florida the pine is gen-
erally well accepted although in
some areas it is not often used for
indoor decoration.
Pines have good fragrance. Some
have good coloring, while others
do not. Their branches are stiffer -
than those of fir trees and they
retain their needles better than
either spruce or fir.
Trees other than these are avail-
able for Christmas. Floridians who
like to chop down their own trees
often choose red cedar, but spru-
ces, firs and pines are generally I
the most common lot-sold trees.
Identifying these trees is not dif-


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ficult. Pine needles are usually longer home for the tree.
Tree Symbolic The spruce has single needles than those of spruce or fir. To help your tree absorb more
that grow from all sides of its In addition to selecting the right water you should saw off at least
Of Christmas twigs. If you run your hand along tree you will want to know when one inch of the trunk bottom. This
the needles of a spruce tree you to purchase it. Jensen points out will get rid of clotted resins that
will find them harsh to the touch. that on the tree lot most trees have sealed off the tree trunk.
Gainesville-Some historians say The needles of a fir tree are sin- don't get enough water and they Then put the tree in water.
M a r tin Luther originated the gle and flattened. When you touch are often kept under conditions Another suggestion on keeping
Christmas tree. Others say the fir needles you will find them that are less than ideal. the tree green is to add a chemi-
Christmas tree began with pagan quite soft. He suggests that you might want cal fertilizer to the water. Add
celebrations. To identify a pine tree look for to buy your tree early, then set up about one teaspoon of fertilizer to
But wherever the Christmas tree clusters of needles, instead of sin- the proper conditions at home. The a quart of water.
began, today it is a symbol of gle needles, growing from the tree should be well watered and "Fireproofing your tree is a
Christmas spirit. At least two- twigs. The needles are usually kept cool. You will probably want smart safety precaution," adds Jen-
thirds of all American homes now borne in clusters of two to five. to find a shady spot outside your sen.
use Christmas trees.
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CHRISTMAS

TO EVERYONE


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All of us wish all of you
good health, good cheer
and a very happy holiday.

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With gratitude for your loyal

friendship and-support, we

extend our warmest wishes for

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Treat it with ammonium phos-
phate, either through the trunk or
by spraying the entire tree.
You can dissolve the chemical
in water at the rate of one pound
per one-and-a-half pints of water.
Immerse the tree base in the so-
lution. The tree should absorb this
material in three or four days.
For faster fireproofing dissolve
one pound of ammonium phosphate
in water and spray. About a half
gallon of this solution will coat an
eight-foot tree.


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Siistmas DecorationsUp At FSB


,: .;.n "e ; 's were turn-
S ec. ;:.b.1), : the Florida
ihol fui !'.ov at ..: inna to re-
veal an amazingly uo.ginal and
beautif,1l display of Christmas dec-
< rations which sparkle and scintil-
LtL along the twc-and-a-half miles
of driveway on this lovely cam-
pus. Many new and interesting dis-
plays have been added to the fav-
orites of other years. It is expect-
ed that an even greater number
than the 100,000 or more persons
who came last year will come from
Georgia, Alabama and Florida this
year to enjoy this unusual treat.
The entrance drives on both
sides of the Campus carry the
main design. The huge (6x8 ft.)
spotlighted Christmas cards of oth-
er years all freshened up and


sparkling, to which many new high watertank where he is spot-
ones have been added, line both lighted for all to see. On another
drives. In the center as one ap- part of the Campus, Mr. and Mrs.
proaches the Administration Build- Santa Claus do the "Twist". Else-
ing are five lighted stages depict- where Santa is drawn through the!
ing the Christmas Story, The Visi- air in his large, sparkling sleight
station, The Journey to Bethlehem, by eight, stylized, glittering rein.
No Room at the Inn, To the Man- deer. in oLher places L .all Santa
ger, and Peace on Earth to Men Clauses make their bows to peo-
of Good Will. To the right on a ple in one direction and then,
revolving pedestal is a display, turning quarter circle, bow to
new this year, of three musical other in impartiality.
angels, heroic in size, against a New this year are scenes and
glittering background of large, characters from the beloved chil-
pealing bells. dren's classic, "The Wizard of Oz".
The hillsides show the beautiful, Christmas in Outer Space has
loed manger scene of other years been emphasized by new space
and an entirely new Swiss Village men who are little walking Christ-
with its people., mas trees made of holly leaves,
Santa landed by parachute again climbing in and out of their large,
as prophesied, on the 165 foot suspended flying saucer. Assemb-


led in walking position, just out-
side a huge rocket, are our five
astronauts, named for the United
States' real astronauts.
The dozens of revolving Christ-
mas trees that line the drives are
decorated in pine boughs and
sprayed with glitter, the work of
Sim Lawhorn and the boys of the
campus crew. The trees have little
heads and arms akimbo this year
and look like little revolving
'elves" all decorated with lights.
The swimming pool has a dif-
ferent treatment than in other
years and is a kaleidoscope of col-
or. Of interest to young visitors
are the rides on the backs of live
animals, and in carts, and on the
train which is one of the "prides"
of the school. Here, in the play


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. '
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1962

area, the boys of the School are
overseeing the activities of the
small fry, keeping them happy and
safe. There is a new train this
year, a gift to the school. It is an -
electric one and while not actual-
ly new, it has been repaired and
repainted and made new-looking
by Brian Albert.


The boys who have haCd the most
to do with making the figures for
all the new displays and freshen-
ing up the old ones, are (beside
Brian) John Drew, James Goff,
Bobby Salter, Fred Hutchins and
Eugene Allen. Several boys who
have returned home had much to
do with the work also. The cos-
tumes were designed and made by
Mrs. Ellis Edenfield and her crew.
The boys in Industrial Arts, under
Howard Hutchins have done all
the work with wood. All has been
done under the supervision of the
art instructor, Mrs. Mignon Dub-
roff, whose genius has made the
Christmas displays here at the
School one of the show areas of
Florida. F. L. Ludwig, electronics
instructor, and the boys on his
crew have charge of the anima-
tion, and the Maintenance Depart-
ment crew of boys and the elec-
tricians, under John Spencer, are
keeping the motors working and
in good condition, that all the ani-
mated characters may go through
their routines, uninterrupted, hun-
dreds of times each night during
the Season.
The Marianna people share the
pride of the boys and the staff at
the School in this stunning spec-
tacle and it is not unusual to hear
one of them say, at many times
through the year, "Be sure to come
back to see us after the lights go
on at Christmastime at the
School for Boys." One was heard
to say lately, "I don't know when
I'll get my Christmas shopping
done. I've invited so many visitors
to visit us while the decorations
are up at the Boys School that I
don't know how I'll have either
the time to shop or the money to
shop with!"
Cars streamed through the
grounds on the first night the
lights were on, as the Season ad-
vances, they will be bumper-to-
bumper as in other years.

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Miss Audrey Ann Livings Becomes

Bride of William Martin Denton

Miss Audrey Ann Livings, daugh- nations accented with green stream- s
ter bf Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Livings ers. a
of Quincy, became the bride of Best man was Lance Pippin, un-
SWilliam Martin Denton, son of Mr. cle of the groom, and ushers were d
and Mrs. Lawson M. Denton of Franklin Whitfield and Alton Whit- w
Port St. Joe, Sunday, November 18 field all of Wewahitchka. j
at 4:00 p.m. in the Thomas Me- The bride, given in marriage by c
morial Baptist Church of Quincy. her father, W. L. Livings, was beau-' f
The Rev. Thomas E. Cuttino per- tiful in a floor length wedding P
formed the impressive double-ring gown of crystal-line silk mist taf-
ceremony against a background of feta. The sweetheart neckline fea- a
lighted tapers in brass tree can- tured appliqued medallions of im-
delabra, framing a massive ar- ported Alencon lace embroidered M
rangement of white gladioli and with seed pearls and iridescent se-
fugi mums, flanked by two fern quins. The long tapered sleeves I
trees. White satin bows with forming calla points at the wrist b
greenery marked the family pews. fastened with tiny self-covered P
George Booker, organist, present- buttons. Tiny covered buttons also W
ed a program of pre-nuptial music fastened down center back where P
as the guests assembled and also pleated fullness extended into a
accompanied Miss Donna Dicken-.full chapel train. The bouffant M
son, soloist, as she sang, "Because" skirt was also appliqued with lace h
and in conclusion of the ceremony, medallions embroidered with seed a
"The Lord's Prayer". pearls and iridescent sequins. Her M
Miss Eva Margaret Kilbourn of only jewelry was a string of pearls, M
Port St. Joe, was maid of honor, a gift from the groom. J
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Ottis Jeff- Her fingertip veil of illusion fell
coat, sister of the groom and Miss from a crown of pearls and iri-
Joyce Davis, both of Port St. Joe. descent sequins centered with a
The attendants wore street length rose of silk taffeta. Her bouquet
; dresses of red chiffon over taffeta, of Frenched white carnations cen-
The molded bodices with scooped tered with a white, yellow-throated
necklines, bell shaped sleeves and orchid and was showered with
featured a bouffant skirt. They chantilly lace leaves and bridal
wore matching headpieces accented satin.
by a tiny veil and carried white Mrs. Livings chose for her
satin muffs adorned with red car- daughter's wedding a dress of ash-
es of rose lace with which she
ETV Sets Placed In Schools wore matching accessories, and a
(Continued From Page 1)
to have a "starter set" for ETV
viewing; six sets were placed in
the Port St. Joe High School; six
sets in the Port St. Joe Elementary
School; five sets in the Wewahitch-
ka High School; three sets in the
Washington High School; and two
sets in the Highland View Elemen-
tary School. The Gulf County
School Board paid one-half of the
bid price for the equipment and
installation and the National De-
fense Education Act paid the bal- -
ance.
It is the sincere desire and ex-
pressed hope on the part of the
school leadership that this will be A
the first step in the utilization of
one more resource to motivate and '
improve the learning of boys and
girls. IR T1\fT


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and we're offering it at SACRIFICE PRICES Outstanding
Values in Dining Room Suites Chairs Galore
DINETTES (plenty of them) $19.95 up
KITCHEN RANGES $24.95 up
REFRIGERATORS WASHERS SMALL APPLIANCES
LOTS of GOOD TV SETS Consoles and Table Models
LIVING ROOM COUCHES and MATCHING CHAIRS
New and Used Government Surplus Arriving Weekly
We also have lots of NAME BRAND New Merchandise
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white carnation corsage.
The bridegroom's mother chose
a two piece suit of beige trimmed
in black. She wore black accessor-
ies with white gloves and her cor-
sage was of white carnations.
Immediately following the cere-
mony, a reception was held in the
church social hall. Fern trees and
standards of white gladioli and
fugi mums were at focal points.
The bride's table which was over-
laid with a circular floor length
white taffeta cloth was centered
with a three-tiered cake. Garlands
of maiden head fern and camel-
lias encircled the table. The
bride's bouquet completed the de-
cor.
The tea and coffee table over-
laid with white organdy was com-
plimented by a pair of silver can-
delabra with burning tapers. The
table was centered with a crystal
epergne containing white gladioli,
white pom poms and maiden head
fern accented with red. On either
end were silver services from
which Mrs. James Schrader and
Mrs. Ed Taylor poured.
Introducing guests to the receiv-
ing line was Mrs. Roy Bryant.
Mrs. Pervis Revell, kept the
bride's book, which was on a table
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Two Cars, Truck
Collide on Overpass
Two cars and a truck were in-
volved in a collision late last Thurs-
day afternoon, according to the
Florida Highway Patrol.
Involved in a collision atop the
overpass near the St. Joe Paper
Company mill at 5:45 p.m. were
Annie Grace Granger, Negro, age
29 of 308 Avenue D; Roy Clifford
Wylie, Port St. Joe and C. L. Syl-
vester, Negro, of Port St. Joe.
Investigators reported that the
Granger woman was headed toward
Port St. Joe and was followed by
Wylie in a Ryder Truck Rental ve-
hicle. The Granger auto stopped
in the middle of the overpass, of-
ficials said, to wave down a gas
truck, which was meeting her ve-
hicle and the Wylie vehicle struck
the rear of the Granger car and
swerved into the left lane where
he met the Sylvester auto, travel-
ing toward Highland View, head-on.
Sylvester was taken to the Muni-
cipal Hospital for treatment of in-
ternal injuries and Wylie was hos-
pitalized for treatment of multiple
abrasions on the face and legs, it
was reported. Sylvester is still con-


ng an arrangement of white ca- fined to the hospital.
mellias and maiden head fern. Damages included an estimated
Mrs. Stewart Suber and Mrs. A. $700 to the 1962 Ford of Granger's
. Harris cut the wedding cake. $500 to the 1961 Ford truck of Wy-
Mrs. Phillip Cox and Mrs. Ed lie's and $1500 to the 1962 Ford of
)uke were floor hostesses. Sylvesters.
Assisting in serving were the Investigating officer was Troop-
lisses Anne Cox, Dianne Dicken- er K. E. Murphy.
on, Martha Duke and Delores Bry-


nt.
Mrs. Denton chose for her wed-
ing trip a camel beige wool suit
with slim skirt and short fitted
acket, with mink hat, lizard ac-
essories and the orchid lifted
rom her wedding bouquet com-
leted her costume.
The couple will make their home
t 2261/2 8th Street, Port St. Joe.
The wedding was directed by
Irs. Harold Bevis.
Out of twon guests were Mrs. W.
L. Franklin, grandmother of the
bride, Perry, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
'ippin, grandparents of the groom,
Vewahitchka, Mr. and Mrs. K. E.
?oyner, Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Franklin, Kinston, N. C.,
Irs. Franklin Whitfield, Wewa-
itchka, Mrs. James Kilbourn, Mr.
nd Mrs. Dewey Davis, Mr. and
Irs. Dan Hatfield, J. F. Tatum and
Irs. Ottis Jeffcoat, all of Port St.
oe.


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Mr. and Mrs. Winton Earl Raf-
field of Panama City announce the
birth of a daughter, Terry Lee on
December 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Foy Schef-
fer, 1006 McClellan Avenue an-
nounce the birth of a son Larry
Wayne on December 11.
Colored Births
Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Alexan-
der Lewis announce the birth of a
daughter, Francis Lewis on Decem-
ber 17.
(All births occurred at the
Municipal Hospital.)


Golden Agers Enjoy
Christmas Party
It was in a festive spirit that the
Golden Agers met for their Christ-
mas party in the home of the Tom
Moon's at White City. The large
living room was beautifully decor-
ated in the traditional manner
with a manger scene, holly, Christ-
mas tree and other greenery. .
Upon arrival the guests were
served fruit punch. No program
had been planned, but all seemed
to enjoy just visiting. Mr. Fillingim
read a most unusual article which
held those present spellbound.
The gaily wrapped packages
were taken from under the Christ-
mas tree, delivered and opened
with wonder and delight by the
recipients, who were eager to show
them to everyone.
After being served delicious
fruit cake and coffee all joined in
singing Christmas carols. The next
meeting will be January 14 at the
Stac House.


THE STAR

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Christian Cadets Receive Annual Awards


The Oak Grove Assembly of
God Christian Cadets presented
their annual Christmas program
Sunday night, December 16.
Rev. Fred Hunt, pastor, opened
with the motto, oath, and slogan
of the Cadets. Officer Ray Brant
was Master of Ceremonies.
After the individual recitation
and Christmas Carols, W. P. Com-
forter presented the trophies.
These trophies are the reward
for each child's work this year.


To Arrive for Holidays
David Odum will arrive tc
today to spend the Christmas H
days with his parents, Rev.
Mrs. J. C. Odum.

VISIT IN MARIANNA
Mrs. H. E. Rich and Donnie SI
field visited Sunday in Marian
with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rich a
family.

Eta Upsilon Plans
Bazaar For Saturday
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of
ta Sigma Phi will have a Chr
mas bazaar Saturday, December
beginning at 12:45 p.m. in front
the St. Joe Papermakers Credit 1
ion Office on Reid Avenue. An
sortment of baked goods will be
sale also.
Drawing for the Madam Alex
der doll and wardrobe will be h
at 3:00 p.m.


JOB PRINTING
THE STAR
PHONE 7-3161


YULETIDE WISHES

It's a real pleasure to wish all our
friends the Merriest Christmas ev.r!


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SCheery Christmas greeting to
Jyou and your family. May the
Spi Oriof this joyous season remain.
with you throughout the New YeWar

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The trophies are presented for
efficiency in leading the group
in giving the most to boys and
girls missionary crusade, in at-
tendance, and in sport events.
The officers of the Christian
Cadets are: Rev. Fred Hunt, Ray
Brandt, Laverne Glass, Herman
Ard, Marilyn Knight;YInet: Glass
and Mary Hunt.
The program was concluded
with the Christian Cadet March
and prayer.

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