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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 7, 1978
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 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).
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Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1978


Principal




Shot In




The Back


Woodrow Cherry Held

On Attempted Murder

Woodrow Cherry, 22, is lodged in Gulf County jail today,
charged with attempted murder in the Tuesday night
shooting of Port St. Joe High School Principal Edwin
Williams.
According to Gulf County Sheriff Ken Murphy, Cherry
allegedly shot Williams after an altercation at a basketball
game Tuesday. night, in which Williams had Cherry ejected
'from the High School premises for allegedly being under the
influence of alcohol.
According to Sheriff Murphy and Port St. Joe Police
Chief H. W. Griffin, who collaborated in investigating the
case, Cherry was arrested Tuesday night about 11:00 p.m.,
on suspicion of having shot the principal, at the home of his
girl friend who lived across the street from Williams.
SHOT IN FRONT OF HOME
Sheriff Murphy said after the game, Williams was
returning to his home and had just gotten out of a car which
had brought him and started in his home when a shot was
fired from across the street. Murphy said the shot came from
, a .410 shotgun loaded with number four shot. He said about a
dozen of the pellets struck Williams in the back. He was taken
to the hospital and treated for the pellet wounds and released.
Williams was to go back to the doctor Wednesday
morning for further treatment and examination.
After Cherry's arrest, the Sheriff's Department and the
Port St. Joe Police Department, spent most of the remainder'
of, the night, piecing the evidence together which was used to
file an attempted murder charge against Cherry. He Went.
before County Judge David Taunton Wednesday for
k arraignment. ..
CRIME LAB GIVES AID
Murphy said the investigation, which was 'aided' by the
crime lab of Panama City, questioned three witnesses and
performed. parrafin tests on Cherry. Murphy said the
investigation showed that Cherry allegedly went home.after
being ejected from the basketball game and borrowed' the
gun. He then waited in the yard of his girl friend across the
street from Williams' home for his return. After the shooting,
Cherry is alleged to have gone home to leave the gun and
returned to the home of his girl friend, where he was arrested
later by officers.


Cathy Ray Swigler, the Channel 7 TV
weather lady and Jim Kent of Port St. Joe,
will co-host the Junior Miss Program, to be
held on Saturday, November 9th at 8:00
p.m. in the Port St. Joe High School
commons area.
"Excitement is mounting as we go into
the final days of practice," said chairman
Larry McArdle, "All the contestants are
doing a great job and working very hard
toward the big night when the 1978-79 Gulf
County Jr. Miss will be crowned."
Teresa Fortner, Gulf County's reigning


Jr. Miss, now a student at Chipola Junior
College, will sing her beautiful rendition of
the song "Would You", the talent she
performed in last years program here in
Port St. Joe and in Pensacola at the state
program.
The five judges who will select the new
Jr. Miss, from the community's outstand-
ing high school senior girls of Class of 1979,
will judge on five categories:
Mental alertness and judges conference,
poise and appearance, youth fitness,


creative and performing arts and scholas-
tic achievement.
The winner of the Gulf County Jr. Miss
title will participate in the competition for
state honors arid the opportunity to travel
to Mobile, Alabama in May to take part in
the 22nd America's Jr. Miss finals.
The St. Joe Tumblers, under the
direction of Jennifer Hendrix, will perform
during intermission. Jennifer is also the
- choreographer of the physical fitness
routine performed by the contestants.


Contestants for the Jr. Miss title are:
Caron Lynn, Monique Pierce, Dawana
Jacobs, Cheryl Harrison,, Yvonne Guil-
ford, Janet Peters, Denise Bond, Karen
Collinsworth, Theresa Sander, Tracie Nor-
wood, Phoebe Barlow, Tonya Allen, Paula
Tankersley, Pam Johnson and Paula
Gaskin.
Tickets may be purchased from all -
contestants participating in the pageant --
that is sponsored by the Port St. Joe:
Jaycees and Jayeettes.


Ordinance Changes Utility Tax Limits


The City Commission. pas-
sed on the final reading of two
ordinances Tuesday night, one
of which will affect virtually
every resident of the city and
one which will affect, only
slightly, new water and sewer
installations.
The ordinance Which will
affect nearly all residents was
an increase in the maximum
of the utility tax.
In the past, there was a $6.00
cap on the 10 percent utility
tax, which meant' that all
utility charges over $60.00
were tax free. The new cap' is
$25.00, which makes utility
charges, taxable up to $250.00.
The old cap has been in effect
since utility taxes .were first
instituted in the city.
The other ordinance. chang-
es the method of charging for
new water and sewer installa-
tions The cost of making the
installation has been averaged
out over a year and a median
figure arrived at to apply to
the future customers. Water
customers will be charged
$150 for a new installation of
water service for a one inch
meter or less. Meter installa-
tions of over one inch in size
will cost $125, plus the cost of
the meter. Sewer installations
,will be made at actual cost.


Write Letters to Santa

With Christmas creeping up on us it's time
for all boys and girls in the Port St. Joe area to
begin writing those letters to Santa Claus.
The Star will print all letters to Santa Claus
received prior to publication of our Christmas
issue on Wednesday, December 20. All letters
received will be printed.
The Star wants Santa and parents to know
what they want for Christmas, so all kids are
encouraged to write their letters early, so we will
have plenty of time to get them set up into type
and ready to print.
All letters received will be sent on to Santa
Claus.


Another proposed change in
the city ordinances would
make a change in require-
ments for sewer outfall lines.
In the past, only cast iron
sewer pipe was allowable for
installation under and inside a
home and for the outfall pipe
leading. to the city main. A
change in the ordinance would
allow installation of PVC sew-
er pipe from five feet from the
house to the city main. Cast
iron would still be required
under and inside a home The
proposal would require at
least schedule 40 PVC pipe
and will require a clean-out
plug at the property line.
DEDICATION
Dedication ceremonies were
scheduled Tuesday night for
Friday, December 15 to dedi-
cate a memorial marker for
the late Mayor Joe Sharit The
memorial, now being built in
the median of Fifth 'Street
near the Highway 98 intersec-
tion will attest to the former
long-time mayor for his inter-
est and efforts for the city in
its early days. Sharit was the
thorn in the Road Depart-
ment's back which made them
four-lane the street when it
was built back in the '30's.
The dedication of the mon-
ument, a project of the Ki-
wanis Club, of which Sharit
was a member, will be held at
3:00 p.m., Friday of next
week.'
CLENNEY RESIGNS
The Commission had a let-
ter of resignation from recrea-
tion department director John
Clenney Tuesday night. Clel-
ney has served as the depart-
ment head for the past two and
a half years.
The department is operated
by the Gulf County School
Board but is jointly financed
by the county, the city and the
school board.
Clenney's resignation is ef-
fective the first of the year.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters,
(Continued on Page 2)


Greer Board Chairman
The Gulf County School Board took on a new look with the
same old faces Tuesday. The Board had no new members to
the Board as all the incumbents won re-election in the recent


elections. The new look came about by a change in
leadership, with a new chairman taking over the reins of the
board. In the photo above, retiring chairman Waylon
Graham, left, congratulates Fred Greer of Wewahitchka,
who will chair the board during the coming year. Paul
Sewell, right, will serve as vice-chairman. -Star photo


Jaycees Want

Usable Toys
The Port St. Joe Jaycees
have started a drive to
collect good, used toys to be
rehabilitated for their an-
nual "Toys for Tots" pro-
gram. Contributors may
bring their donations to
Smith's Pharmacy, Merit
Finance, or Bayou Gro-
cery.
For pick-up of any toys,
call Joel Barbee at
229-6147.


That "Christmas Look"
I"- Christmas decorations went up rapidly oler the week
end after the rains passed and are now almost complete. In
the photo above. Mansfield Gainer and Ronnie Lee
Thompson put up a garland at the intersection of Third Street
and Reid Avenue. By the week end. the CitH will take on the
Christmas look. -Star photo









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State Honors


.Kenneth Whitfield, of Wewahitchka, was
given a surprise presentation at the Tuesday
j meeting of the Gulf County School Board
when he was recognized by the Florida School
i Board Association for 20 years of service on


the Gulf County Board.. In the photo above,
Whitfield is being presented with the honor by
Deane Bozeman of Panama City, president of
the state association. Whitfield was appointed
to his post 20 years ago when his father, a
member of the board, died while in office. He
has successfully run for re-election for five
consecutive terms, having opposition only:-
twice. --Star photo'


FPC to Look Harder At Area


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Mayor Frank Pate received
a letter on Monday of this
week from Andy Hines, presi-
dent of Florida Power Corpor-
ation, with offices in St. Pet-
ersburg.


Hines' letter was in re-
sponse to a letter written the
utility from the City of Port St.
Joe and signed by Pate offer-
ing local assistance and en-


couragement where it could to
aid the power company in
making up its mind to con-
struct its planned $1.2 billion
power generating plant here
in Gulf County.
Hines' letter said his firm
was still interested in the Port,
St. Joe area and would be
conducting extensive surveys
and geographical studies in


the White City area, on'the
banks of the Gulf County
Canal during the next few
months to help them make a
final selection of a plant site. A
firm from California will be
conducting the study.
The Port St. Joe is one of tWb
sites being considered by the
firm for the generating plant.
The second site under sthdy is
in Seminole County.


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i:[. There are a couple 'of men in our
county who deserve our applause for
their fine work for the county during
~the past year,
Both of these men are bowing
out- of the positions they have held
J'for the past year, and we think they-
-h ave done a fine job in their areas of
responsibility.
First, or course, is our Repre-
s'entative, Billy Joe Rish, who has
5i ow stepped down from his position
Sjwith the Florida Legislature, after
eight years of giving up his time to
*serve the people of Gulf County, his
,,district and of Florida. There is
nothing quite so unselfish as a good
public servant. He has no time to
hiimself. He is always at the. beck
=and call of the public.
S ,, This may seem like a small
S sacrifice to someone who has never
'served in such a position but to have
S your time governed by the needs and
.wants of others is a constant strain.
'Not to be able to call any of your
r time your own gets tiresome.
On top of this sacrifice, Billy Joe
has done right well by his home
' county during his term in the
SLegislature. There is no doubt that
he could have gone back in unoppos-
.ed for yet another term if he had so
[desired and didn't need the rest.
Another public servant who has


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DEC. 7, 1978


Falling Leaves
The leases are still wiLh us here in Port '


done a good job during the past year
is retiring County Commission
chairman Jimmy Gortman of We-
wahitchka.
We confess we.had misgivings
when he was elected chairman, but
Gortman has performed Wvell as the
chairman.
Those of us who attend County
Commission meetings regularly
know that in the past they have
covered the spectrum from mass
confusion 'to chaos. Everybody has
been allowed to-talk at once, with no
order to speak of. It has .been a
wonder the Commissioners even
knew what they were voting about at
times.
Gortman has gone a long way
toward instilling some order in the
meetings. He insists on a speaker
being recognized before he talks and
he has cut out some of the needles
banter which use to go on at the
meetings. In most instances, he has
been able to keep the discussion on
the matter being discussed.
We think that nobody could have
turned the situation all the way
around in just a year, but we
applaud Gortman for making a start
toward making the Commission
meetings a place of business and not
an exercise in futility which it has
been in the past.


Editorials...




They Deserve A Word


of Praise


SALTY
SALLY


Fine Parade


The skies were threatening, the
wind was a bit blustery and the
' breeze had a little more than a nip in
'ias the annual Christmas parade
started down Reid Avenue. Saturday
S orinmg, but it turnedtout to be one
o( the City's better yuletide parades.
IIThe Port St. Joe Jaycees, in
jrarticular parade chairman Boyd
ickett, put together a fine array of
S oats, cars, marching units and
S bher displays to make a parade
i A which would be a credit to any
Immunity the size of Port St. Joe.
The parade was larger than in



Admits Error


Eiear Mr. Ramsey:
This letter is in apology to
Mrs. Booth for the remarks
that I made in the meeting,
about the signing of the Peti-.
$on. Charles and I worked
together on both of the Peti-
figns that was printed and
" hen I read what Mrs. Booth
bad said it stuck with me, as
she is one of the finest ladies
that has ever worked at the
Hospital, and I put a lot of
epnfidence in, her remarks,
Because if there ever was
anyone that could know about
things and would tell the truth
about them Mrs. Booth is one
f them.
I am truly sorry about the
error that- was made.
:- I hold the deepest respect
fr Mrs. Booth. She signed the
Petition for the Poonais to
itay in Port St. Joe, but not the
~je to remove Mr. Zyski and
Dr. Vazquez, but the remark
that she wrote on the Petition
by her name "that Dr's Poo-


SThanks

iear Mr. Ramsey,
- Thank you so much for your
felp in publishing the article
knd ad in regard to Work
Experience Program. I have
ready had some inquiries as
9 result of the article.
- Thank you again for your
felp and support.
-. Sincerely,
-- Nancy Noble


the past few years;, with more float
entries and, seemingly, more color
to the floats which were entered.
Were we one of the judges, we would
-have had a hard time deciding which
floats were ,to be .declared the
winners.
We can readily say that the
crowd of people which lined both
sides of the sidewalks from West
Florida Gas, all the way down to
Little Red's Bar were the winners.
They saw a fine parade and an
active Santa Claus to start the
holiday season off right.


week, where she said "The
Citizens of Gulf County need
this hospital and all of us
should work to make it the


nai have never done anything
to me personally, and I have
seen some good work that they
have done." This coming from
a woman like Mrs. Booth
stayed with me, and I would
like to say to Mrs. Booth that I
am truly sorry about mention-
ing it in conjunction with the
wrong petition.
Mrs. Booth is very correct in
her statement in the Star last


best." This is what we are
striving to do, not for just a
few, but for everyone.
Sincerely,
IkT^J-lm.* r> '-. T


Abhors Bickering

Dear Mr. Ramsey: being placed on our commu-
- Iam a citizen of Gulf County nity. My answer to these
and have been a resident of remarks is: "All Gulf Coun-
Port St. Joe for more than tians are not on a witch hunt or
twenty years. knit pickers, some have axes
The nature of -my work to grind for political or other
keeps me constantly rubbing reasons."
shoulders with people It is unbelievable that the
throughout Floriba, the Uni- intelligent of Gulf County has
ted States and occasionally to bicker o er such matters..
some foreign countries. From People of this caliber should
time to time travel in line of be able to sit down and talk out
duty is required. Quite often I and settle these differences
meet new people and as soon without all the fanfare.
as they learn that I am from If this fanfare is designed to
Port St. Joe or Gulf County, I bring publicity to Gulf County
get a response something like or get it on the map, you had
this. "Oh! that's where the better believe it has done that
judge and ex-senator are hav- in a very negative way.
ing differences, or that's We say we are trying to
where the doctors and hospital attract new industry into Flor-
board are having a disagree- ida and Gulf County to provide
ment." more job opportunities for our
I love Gulf County and our people; also, we would like to
people and it is embarrassing have other professionals to
to be reminded of these labels move in such as doctors,


"The cautious seldom err."
Confucius

lawyers, engineers and etc."
I can't belifee thht any
company, corporation, group,
industry or individual, will
move into this or any commu-
nity where such conditions
exist.
' I request that my name be
withheld because I have no
desire to be associated with
either side of this controver-
sity or engage in a battle of
letters and words with anyone.
I love Gulf County and its
people and only wish to see
this cancerous turmoil
stopped.
Name Withheld Upon
Request


Enjoys Us
Dear Wesley:
I would like to thank you
personally for the lovely spe-
cial pictures that you have
been using in The Star from
time to time, such as "The
Pelicans", "The Rice Field",
"The Day Lily" this week's
"Early Bird" and many
others. These pictures add
greatly to my enjoyment of
our paper, and I am sure that
your other subscribers feel the
same way. Maybe one of these
days we can have such pic-
tures in color. Wouldn't that
be wonderful?
Except for the annual meet-
ing in January, we have
completed another year in
the St. Joseph Historical So-
ciety, and again I would like to
thank you for the coverage
you have given to us, not only
in the past year, but for all the
years that you have been
editing this paper. You are
doing a good job, and we all
appreciate it.
Most sincerely,
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr.
President


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IT MADE ME shudder to read my weekly
issue of Newsweek magazine last week. as a
matter of fact, it might make one weak of
stomach sick to read the article about the cult at
Jonestown in Guyana which committed suicide
at the whim of their leader, Jim Jones.
The magazine had a two page spread
picture, in full living color, showing the rows and
piles of dead people where they laid down to die
after drinking their cyanide-spiked grape kool-
ade.
The picture told the whole story. How
supposedly rational people can follow the lead of
someone who is obviously leading them down a
path of destruction, I will never know. It ought to
tell us something. If you don't know a person,
take what he says with a grain of salt until you
can prove him to be right.
I like to think I would never be so gullible to
follow a person to such lengths, -but when a
persuasive speaker gets to talking, there's no
telling what an individual might believe.
Reading the text which went along with the
article, it was evident the people in Jonesville
were aware of the fact that they were in trouble.
Why they didn't band together to change things, I
don't know; nor apparently, does anyone else.

I'M ALL RIGHT. Saturday, while getting
this piece together, I had a telephone call from a
concerned lady who asked, "Are you all right?" I
assured her I was. She had seen the ambulance
parked here in front of the office and had seen its
blue light go on and take off in a hurry. She said
she thought I had had a heart attack, or
something.
The ambulance was here because the
ambulance personnel came around to our office
after being in the parade, to select the winner of
an afghan they were giving away. While they
were here, the pagers went off, calling them into
service. They turned on their blue light and ran.
without me.

WOULD THE average man cheat on his


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income tax?
This was a. question posed by our compatriot
in the business, Walter Wilson, down in Chiefland
in his paper last week. Walter had been watching
a quiz show on TV where the question was asked
of a so-called celebrity and he answered, "Of
course, if he thought he could get away with it."
That was probably a correct answer, but
what disturbed editor Wilson was that the
audience applauded wildly at the answer.
That's sort of a hard indictment on our
government. Unfortunately it's the way things
are. As editor Wilson put it, "Not only are the
nation's tax laws stupidly written, Washington's
cup runneth over with blooming idiots running
around coming up with stranger and stranger
ways to spend the peasant's money."
I think it is sad when it seems the
Government, with their tax policies and controls
are making crooks of many of the American
people.

A PARADOX came out of the Seminoles'
second win in a row over the University of
Florida recently. All of the die-hard Seminoles
here in town kept saying how Dickey would be
fired if the Seminoles were to beat the Gators.
They smelled it coming after Georgia had beaten
them a few weeks back.
Sure enough, Monday morning, the papers
carried the story that Dickey had been fired. The
President of the University of Florida wrote him
a letter telling him what a fine coach he was and
that he was fired. I'm sure that made the firing
easier for old Doug to take.
Then, the entire last half of the week was
taken up by the sports writers substantiating
what theUF president had said in his letter;
Dickey was a fine coach.
If Doug Dickey was such a fine coach, why
was he fired? I tend to go along with the opinions
of the last part of the week. The University of
Florida has always been an also ran. This would
make one to suspect that they either make it a
practice to hire a second rate coach, recruit
second rate players or have some other problem.

With Dickey's many testimonials to his
ability, and the prolific number of ex-Florida
Gators on the professional teams, it would
appear to me that the '.'some other problem"
is the reason for Florida's troubles. If this is so,
they will have a hard time recruiting a top-flight
coach to fill the vacancy left by Dickey's firing. *
Arkansas' coach Lou Holtz' statement that,
he wouldn't be going to Florida sort o4
substantiates this situation.


(Cont'd from Page 1)



City

the Commission:
-Agreed to a lease agree-
ment from St. Joe Paper
Company to lease two water
wells and easements to the
wells for three 15 year periods.
The lease price is $50.00 a year
for the first 15 years, $60.00 a
year for the second period and
$70.00 a year for the third
stage of the lease.
-Reviewed letters from De-
partment of Environmental
Regulation and Sylvachem re-
garding a high rate of coliform
coming from the local plant to
the Wastewater Treatment
Plant. Sylvachem is currently
conductingg tests to determine
and correct the high coliform
count. '
-Set Christmas holidays for
City employees for Friday
before and Tuesday after
Christmas.


Bazaar
The First Pentecostal Holi-
ness Church on Garrison Ave.
is having a Christmas Bazaar
at the church Friday and
Saturday, December eighth
and ninth from 9:00 a.m. until
6:00 p.m.


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LETTERS

... to the Editor


THE STAR POSTOFFICE BOX 308 SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
PHONE 227-1278 IN COUNTY-ONE YEAR. $5.00 SIX MONTHS, $3.00 THREE MONTHS, $127.50
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida OUT OF rnUNTY-S7.00 OUT OF U.S.-One Year, S9.00
By The Star Publishing Company PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456
Second-Class Postage Paid at Port St. Joe, Florida 32456 TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers do not hold
themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such advertisement.
Wesley R. Ramsey ......... ..... Editor and Publisher
William H. Ramsey ............ ..... Production Supt, SECOND-CLASS POSTAGE PAID The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word
S Frenchie L. Ramsey .................. Office Manager AT PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 barely asserts;the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spokenwordislost;theprintedwordremains.
Shirley K. Ramsey ............................ Typesetter


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ji 5Two Injured In Couple
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of Automobile Crashes


-.Two automobile accidents
marred the week end here in
the city.
Last Thursday, a two car
crash at 1:00 p.m., injured an
Apalachicola lady and caused
$1,300 damages to two auto-
mobiles.
Injured was Marie Zingerel-
li of Apalachicola, a passenger
in a car driven by Helen
Veronica Zingerelli of Fort'
Walton Beach. Mrs. Zingerelli
suffered an injury to her foot
in the crash.
According to investigating
officer James McGee, the
Zingerelli automobile was
travelling north. on Highway
98 when it struck a car which


Mrs. Martha Sanborn instructs some of her students in sewing


came out of the Second Street
intersection driven by Jerry
Michael Parrish of St. Joe
Beach. The officer's report
showed that,Parrish made a
left turn onto 98 at the signal
light into the path of the
Zingerelli car. Mrs. Zingerelli
stated she didn't see the signal
light.
SECOND ACCIDENT
The second accident hap-
pened Saturday afternoon at
1:15 at the intersection of
Highways 71 and 98.
According to the accident
report of investigating officer
Roy Robinson, a car driven by,
Annie Sue Wood of 803 Marvin


Seonouti Study'


Martha Sanborn Adds Enthusiastic Their- -- Town
Martha an born Adds Enthusiastic '
Their.Town


and Effective Teaching to School


by Margaret Key Biggs
Mrs. Martha Sanborn has
brought her enthusiastic and
effective teaching back to
halls of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High School this year. Once
more students have the privi-
lege of studying home eco-
nomics under her able direc-
tion.
Hailing from Athens, Ala-
bama, Mrs. Sanborn received
her B.S. degree in home
economics in 1955 from Flor-
ence State University. Her
first teaching job was in
Carrabelle High School; she
moved to Port St. Joe in 1957.
She began teaching at Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School in 1959
but stopped in 1966.
After an interim of devoting
herself to her family, Mrs.
Sanborn resumed her full-
time 'teaching career at the
Port St. Joe Elementary
School in..1976.
Even though she left Port St.
IJoe High School for a period of
time, 'she did not do so in
spirit. It was her effervescent
spirit and continuing support
of the St. Joe Sharks that
made her an Honorary Cheer-
leader of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High School in 1975.
That same high spirit shows
itself in her church and her
professional activities. Mrs.
Sanborn is a member of the


First United Methodist
Church, and served two years
on its administrative board.
She presently teaches a senior


high Sunday school class.
Her dedication and her win-
ning ways make her a popular
teacher. Mrs. Sanborn is an


Afghan Winner
Little Nichole McLoud is presented an
afghan by Volunteer Ambulance squad chief


active member of the Beta
Beta chapter of the Delta
Kappa Gamma Society Inter-
national.


Jim Gregg, left and assistant Bob Lightfoot,
right. Little Nichole was presented the afghan
Saturday by the squad in a project by the
squad members to purchase a "Jaws of Life"
extrication tool. -Star photo


The Cub Scouts of Den 2,
Pack 47, have enjoyed an
interesting month of scouting.
The November theme was
"High Country U.S.A." with
additional emphasis on "Our
Town Port St. Joe, Florida."
They enjoyed a trip to the
Constitution Convention Mu-
seum where Dick Boyer, Cur-
ator, gave an interesting talk
about the history of St. Joseph
in the 1800's, the destruction of
St. Joseph by yellow fever and
hurricane and the rebuilding
of Port St. Joe in 1904 by T.H.
Stone.
Later during the month,
Mrs.'R.H. Brinson conducted
an interesting tour of St.
Joseph's Cemetery where


Thompson Gets

Auburn Degree
Auburn University's two
campuses will award a total of
920 degrees during fall quarter
,commencement, exercises,
with 805 of these to be awarded
on the main campus in Auburn
on Friday, December 8, at
2:30 p.m. in Memorial Coli-
seum.
Receiving a diploma from
Port St. Joe will be Cathy
Wallace Thompson with a
Bachelor of Music' degree.
Auburn will award 25 doc-
torates, two specialists, 130
masters and 647 bachelors.


J


many of the yellow-fever vic-
tims are buried. Mrs. Fred
Cramer, in carrying out the
High-Country theme,. shared
with the scouts varied kinds of
rocks that her family had
collected from different moun-
tain ranges in the country.
The scouts in Den 2 are
Stephen Coffey, Scott Cramer,
Jim Johnson, Shannon Pate,
Brian Peiffer and Tommy
Ford. Den mothers are Mrs.
Fred Cramer and -Mrs. Tom
Ford.


Vazquez

Recertified

by Board
Dr. Joseph Vazquez, Emer-
gency Room Doctor and Chief
of Staff of Municipal Hospital
was notified this week by the
American Board of family
Practice that he has been
recertified as aDiplomate of
the American Board of Fam-
ily Practice for the period
1978-85.
To be certified as'a Diplo-
mate of the American Board a
physician must have a valid
and unrestricted license to
practice medicine anywhere
in the United States or Canada
and accrue 300 hours of con-
tinuing medical education ac-
ceptable to the Board over a
period of six years.


was headed east on Fifth
Street and as it crossed 98 into
Highway 71 at the signal light,
a second auto, driven by Dr.
Anila Poonai made a left turn
off 71 into 98 and struck the
Wood vehicle, which was cros-
sing the intersection at the


time.
Mrs. Wood was taken to the
hospital with head injuries,
examined and released.
Assistant Police Chief Rob-
inson estimated damages to
both vehicles at approximate-
ly $700.


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend.

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church
Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.

SUNDAYSCHOOL .................. 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ............... 11:00 A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING ................ 5:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ........... 7:00 P.M. .
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday).-... 7:00 P.M.

Rev. J. C. ODUM, Jerome Car.ier,
Pastor Minister of Music :


GET T-I,.UALIIY O

R ITA,
'00 IR


Tapper Says Trip to Attend Pope's


Investiture was "Highlight of Life"


George' G. Tapper, of Port
St. Joe, spoke to the Kiwanis
Club Tuesday at their regular
meeting, telling them of his
recent experience of repre-
senting the United States at
the investiture of Pope Paul,
II, in Rome, Italy. Tapper
spent a long week end in Rome
as the government's represen-
tative, at the request of Presi-


A Layman's View


dent Jimmy Carter.
There were 33 representa-
tives from the country which
went to the Pope's installation
ceremonies, including 12 Con-
'gressmen, five Seriators, one
Governor, one Lieutenant
Governor, Secretary of the
Treasury, Secretary of De-
fense, the Ambassador to the
Vatican and several citizens


BY: BILLY NORRIS


and public officials and Tap-
per.
Tapper said he received a
call from Washington just
before noon on a Wednesday,
telling his secretary to keep
the phones clear for the next
10 minutes to receive a call
from the President. Tapper
said an aide called him a few
minutes later, then put the
President on the line who said,
"How would you like to repre-
sent the nation at the installa-
tion of the Pope?" "I'd love
to!" Tapper answered. "En-
joy your trip!" the President
said and turned the phone
back over to his aide.
Tapper said he was the only
representative from the South
on the trip, which left Wash-
ington, D.C. at 9:00-p.m. the
following, Friday night and
returned Monday night.
Tapper said he was able to
confer with the Pope and felt
his assuming leadership of the
Catholic Church'would bring


drastic changes in attitudes
between churches of all faiths
all over the world.
"The trip was the highlight
of my life", Tapper told the
Kiwanians.
Guests of the club were
Ronnie Mosely of Pensacola,
Milton Anderson and Danny
Raffield, both of Port St. Joe.


Psalm 23: 1-3
Key Word: The Lord is my
shepherd
Verse 1: ."The Lord is my
shepherd; I shall not want."
Verse 2: "He maketh me to
lie down in green pastures: he
leadeth me beside the still
waters."
Verse 3: "He restoreth my
soul: he leadeth me in the
paths of righteousness for his
name's sake."
Quite often we hear the 23rd
Psalm read at funerals. But
this passage really has noth-
ing to do with death. It is filled
with life! It is filled with God's
promises and every promise is
for all Christians.
A shepherd is 'one who feeds
sheep,' David says, and we
have no wants. This means, of
course, food and the substance
to maintain life, but it also
means freedom from all
needs, financial, emotional,
and physical.
Verse two says He provides
t a well established, lushly fur-
" .nished, dwelling place and
(iat He has a resting place for
ius.


Verse three reminds us God
restores our soul; that is, He
brings us back to full strength
in our soul.
God's name is the most
important name and it is for
His name's sake that the
born-again Christian is. made
the righteousness of God.
God's word said it, and praise
His name, I am the righteous-
ness of God!


DEALER
SPECIAL!


t, saSeaice
21 ouetAe


First United

Methodist Church

Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
JOHNIE W. McCURDY, Minister

CHURCH SCHOOL ..................... 9:45 A.M.
PREACHING SERVICE ..... 11 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .. 6:00 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.


Bible Notes


NOTICE

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NOVEMBER 13, 1978 thru JANUARY 12, 1979
ST. JOSEPH TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY
WILL INSTALL A
COLOR PHONE EXTENSION (Desk or Wall)
for Their Subscribers
WITHOUT SERVICE CONNECTION CHARGES

YOU NEED ONLY TO PAY A SMALL MONTHLY EXTENSION
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OR $2.00 PER MONTH FOR BUSINESS EXTENSIONS.


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Office Today for More Information



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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DEC. 7, 1978


iss Re nee Cos tin Becomes the


Miss Renee Costin Becomes the



Bride of Stuart Shoaf December 2


Miss Margaret Renee Cos-
tin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
,Cecil Guerry Costin, Jr. of
Port St. Joe became the bride
of Stuart Lee Shoaf, son of Mr.
S and Mrs. Charles Coleman
Shoaf of Port St. Joe and
formerly.of Ripley, Tennessee
on Saturday, December 2nd in
the First Baptist Church of
Port St. Joe. The Rev. William
Heaton officiated, assisted by
Rev. Sidney Ellis.
The wedding music was
rendered by Mrs. William
.,Heaton, organist and Mrs.
Neal Wood, cousin of the bride
from Birmingham, Alabama
sang "The Wedding Song" and
"The Lord's Prayer". Stanley
Young sang "Whither Thou
Goest".
The traditional wedding
vows were exchanged before
an altar decorated in simple
elegance with burning white
tapers set in a background of
greenery. Sereca palms
S flanked with emerald fern and
burning tapers entwined the
altar and the windows of the
sanctuary.
The family pews were
marked with white bows and
taper lamps.
The bride, given in mar-
riage by :her father, wore a
"floor length gown of white
; chiffon. Heavily beaded alen-
* con lace created the yoke.at
the fashionable high neckline
and was encircled with a wide
flounce of crystal pleated
chiffon. Long fitted sleeves of
alencon lace were also beaded
and cuffed with the pleated
chiffon. Falling from a natural
waistline, the A-line skirt was
bordered in appliques of alen-
con and a matching flounce of
pleated chiffon.
To complete her ensemble
the bride chose a lovely hat of
white pleated chiffon with a
coordinating lace crown. Her
veil of illusion fell softly to a
chapel length at the back.
The bride chose as her maid
of honor Miss Miriam Harri-
son of Port St. Joe. She wore a
floor length gown of burgundy
; quiana. A square yoke of
.c6antilly lace highlighted the
bodice. Long bishop sleeves
were gathered at the wrist
with an elasticized cuff.
-: Bridesmaids were Miss
'Carolyn Carr of Atlanta, Geor-


MRS. STUART LEE SHOAF


gia, Miss Leslie Costin and
Miss Allison Costin of Port St.
Joe, all cousins of the bride,
and Miss Anna Shoaf, sister of
the groom. They wore gowns
identical to the honor atten-
'darit.
Little Miss Holley Pelham,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Patrick Lee Pelham of Camp-.
bellton and cousin of the bride
was the flower girl. She wore a
hand made white floor length
dress with a similar design.
She carried a white basket
filled with rose petals.
The groom chose Leslie
McGowan of Memphis, Ten-
nessee as his best man.
Ushers were Ashley and Ste-
ven Shoaf, brothers 'of the
groom, Charles Costin, bro-
ther of the bride aAd Jimmny
Thompson of Houston, Texas.
Master Mark Costin and
Master Trey Carr served as
junior groomsmen.


For her daughter's wedding,
Mrs. Costin wore a formal
length gown of primrose qui-
ana. The blouson bodice fea-
tured a gathered high banded
neckline. The short bell
sleeves were split to the
shoulder and the A-line skirt
fell softly from the waist to the
floor. A'white orchid comple-
mented her attire.
Mrs. Shoaf, mother of the
groom, chose a formal length
gown of rust silesta. The
vogueish neckline draped soft-
ly at the front and back. Long
fitted sleeves accented the
waistline which featured a
self-fabric belt. The natural
waistline fell to a floor length
straight skirt. Her dress was
complemented with a white
orchid.
The bride's parents enter-
tained the wedding party and
guests at a buffet reception in
their home immediately fol-


lowing the ceremony.
The guests were greeted by
Mrs. James Costin. The entire
reception area was decorated
in the bride's chosen colors.
The spacious room opened
ensuite to the pool side where
palms stood enhancing the
wreaths of white carnations
and greenery with lighted
candles which floated in the
pool.
The bride's table was grace-
fully covered with a white
cutwork cloth centered with a
three tiered wedding cake.
Mrs. Charles Brock and Mrs.
Chauncey Costin served the
cake.
Burning tapers in candela-
brum and bouquets 4of flowers
enhanced the elegance in the
dining and living area of the
home.
The groom's cake and the
punch were served from a pool
side table covered with a
white linen cloth.
The bride's book was kept
by Miss Kimberly Williamson
of Birmingham, Alabama and
Mrs. Billie Carr of Port St.
Joe.
After visiting with the
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Shoaf
left for a trip to North Carol-
ina. Mrs. Shoaf wore a grey
sport suit with the long
straight skirt accented with a
long sleeve white blouse trim-
med in lace at the neckline
and cuffs. The white orchid
from her bouquet completed
her ensemble.
The couple will be at home
in Howard's Creek where Mr.
Shoaf is associated with MK
Ranches.
Others assisting with the
entertaining during the even-
ing were: Mrs. James Har-
rison, Mrs. Ida Copenhaver,
Mrs. Ferrel Allen, Mrs. Dave
May, Mrs. Olin Davis, Miss
Ruth Shoaf, Miss Cuyler King,
Mrs. Steven Shoaf, Mrs. Mel
Magidson, Mrs. Duane Wil-
liamson, Mrs. Sam Johnson,
Mrs. Patrick Pelham, Mrs.
Bill Carr, Jr., Mrs. Joel Strait,
Mrs. Ashley Costin, Mrs.
Charles Norton, and Mrs.
Robert King.
OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
Out of town guests for the
Costin-Shoaf wedding were:
Dr. and Mrs. Photis Nichols,
Mayor and Mrs. Jimmy Ni-
chols and Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Brown of Apalachicola;
Mrs. Bernice Wager and Miss
Susan Spina of Panama City;
Mrs. Will Ramsey of Chatta-
hoochee; Mr. and Mrs. Forest
Revell and Micah, Mrs. Min-
nie Ola McDaniel, Mrs. Penny
McLemore, Miss Lisa McDan-
iel, Chuck Sexton, Otis Davis,
Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. O.R.
Stockman of Wewahitchka.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Set-
tlemire of Blountstown; Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Durelle
Johnson and Mr. and Mrs.
Patrick Pelham, Kerri and
Holley of Campbellton; Lt.
Gov. Elect and Mrs. Wayne
Mixson and Mr. and Mrs.
Steve Parish of Mariana; Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Costin, Leo-
nard Costin and Miss Carol
Raines of Tallahassee; Mrs.
Duane Williamson, Miss Kim
Williamson and Mrs. Neal
Wood of Birmingham, Ala-
bama; Isabel Field of Ari-
zona; Carolyn Carr of Atlanta,
Georgia; Mr. and Mrs. W.M.
Ebersole of Rome, Georgia.
Also, Lauren Shoaf, Charles
Shoaf, III, and John Burnett of
Memphis Tenn.; David Talvin
of Osceola, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs.
John Shoaf, II, Miss Nancy
Shoaf, and Miss Allison Hale
of Milan, Tenn. and Mr. and
Mrs. John Shoaf, III of Chat-
tanooga, Tennessee.
PRENUPTIAL EVENTS
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shoaf
were hosts for the rehearsal
supper on Friday, December 1
at Butler's Restaurant on St.
Joseph's Bay.
The wedding party and out
of towi guests were served a
seated dinner in the private
dining area.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Brock, Mr. and Mrs. Chaun-
cey Costin, Mrs. Ruth Soule,
and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Costin,
Sr. entertained the wedding
party and out of town guests
with a buffet luncheon on
Saturday, December 2.
The Costin, Sr. home was
beautifully decorated with ar-
rangements of fall flowers.
Guests called between the
hours of 11:00 a.m. and 1:00


p.m.
Renee Costin was honored
with a miscellaneous shower
recently. The social hall of the
First Baptist Church was de-
(Continued. on Page 5)


MISS MARLA JEAN TAYLOR



Engaged


Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
Taylor are happy to announce
the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their
daughter, Marla Jean, to Da-
vid R. Baldwin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John D. Baldwin, Jr. of
Portland, Oregon.
Miss Taylor is a 1978 grad-
uate of Port St. Joe High


Cute One!
Leigha Nichole Davis cele-
brated her first birthday Sa-
turday, November 25 at the
home of her parents. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard G. Davis of White
City.
Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nixon of
White City. Paternal grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Davis of Highland
View.
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stukey
of Mobile, Alabama announce
the birth of a son, John Joseph
on Sunday, December 3. Mrs.
Stuckey will be remembered
as the former Delores Dickey.
Maternal grandmother is
Mrs. Eula Dickey of Marvin
Avenue.


School and is presently attend-
ing Gulf Coast Community
College majoring in account-
ing.
Baldwin is a First Class
Petty Officer in the U.S. Navy
Seabees. He is presently sta-
tioned at the Naval Amphi-
bious Base in Coronado, Calif.
A June wedding is planned.


.. D VIS
LEIGHA DAVIS


"Anyone who keeps the abil-
ity to see beauty never grows
old." Kafka


Double ring wedding vows
.united Barbara Gwen Mazan-
der and Bubba Harmon Octo-
'!ber 7th at the First Baptist
SChurch in Hot Springs, Arkan-
. sas. Rev. Graham Fowler
performed the afternoon cere-
mony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Kathryn LaNella Ma-
zander and the late James
Oliver Mazander, Sr. of Hot
Springs, Ark. The bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Harmon of Mexico Beach.
Bernice Lowrey, pianist and
- Charlene Smith, organist
.played nuptial selections as.
Alan Mazander, brother of the
-bride, lit the candles to begin
.the service
Vocalists, Nancy Fagar,
Pam Westerman and Diane
'Swim sang "Love Drops" and
""The Wedding Song".
The couple exchange wed-
..ding vows in a setting of brass
-candelabra holding yellow ta-
pers and centered with mixed
flowers of daisies, carnations
:and gladioli.
The bride, escorted to the
.altar and given in marriage by
.her brother, James Oliver
Mazander, Jr., wore a formal
:gown of white quiana jersey
,and Venise lace fashioned
:with a Queen Anne neckline,
::fitted bodice, long tapered
sleeves and full flowing skirt
'falling in a cathedral length
train. The dress was enhanced
-with lace appliques on the
-'bodice and sleeves.
Her veil of illusion was a
'mantilla of English net and
"lace, secured by a Juliet cap
.'with pearl accent and fell to
Fingertip length. She carried a
-cascade of daisies and yellow
.roses.
2 Shelly Tooman, maid of
,honor, wore a long flowing
'A-line gown in yellow quiana
:with a ruffled neckline. she
:carried three long stemmed
.yellow carnations.
Bridesmaids were Wendy
Wilhelmi, Rhonda Beck and


Diana Hunt. Their gowns were
fashioned after the maid of
honor's and they each carried
two long stemmed carnations.
Sam Harmon attended his
son as best man and the
groomsmen were Doug John-
son, Eric Bremer and Alex
Mazander, cousin of the bride.
The ushers were Tim Collier
and Jeff Hilton. Alan Mazan-
der served as ring bearer.
They all wore identical brown
tuxedos with yellow frilled
shirts.
Following the wedding, a
reception, hosted by the


bride's mother, was held in
the church fellowship hall.
The room was decorated with
floral arrangements in the
bride's chosen colors of brown
and yellow.
Serving at the reception
were Mrs. Bettle Mazander,
aunt of the bride and Rebecca
Mazander, cousin of the bride.
Caroline Coffman and Susan
Carroll assisted.
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon, par-
ents of the groom, entertained
the wedding party with a
dinner October 6th at the
Royal Vista Hotel.


Garden Club

SPresents


The Port St. Joe
Club will displaying
bers' talents in the
mas Open House whi
held at the Motel St
Sunday, Dec. 10. T
House will be held
afternoon, between
of two to five p.m.
The Motel St. Joe i
for the activities of
County Senior Citize
ciation, and room
decorated include I
lobby and the Senior
meeting room.
Rod Fulmer. an
Johnson, represent
the Motel, and Pegg;
manager, will be or
give anyone interest
of the facilities ava
senior citizens, and t
any questions which
arise.
Take advantage o
portunity to view tl


Holiday House ,
e Garden work of the Garden Club
its mem- members with Christmas
ir Christ- themes.
ch will be Garden Club members will
. Joe this meet today, at 10 p.m. at the
the Open' Garden Center to begin mak-

I Sunday ing the decorations and will
the hours decorate the Motel on Satur-
day. All members are re-
is the site quested to bring their mater-
the Gulf ials at these times.
ns' Asso- The regular December
is to be meeting of the Garden Club
the front will be held next Thursday,
Citizens' December 14, at 12:30 p.m. at
the Garden Center. A covered-
d Larry dish luncheon will be enjoy-
atives of ed by the ladies.
ihandto Christmas Program
ed a tour There will be an old fashion-'
ilable for ed Christmas program at the
:o answer Port St. Joe Public Library on
:h might December 12 at 3:30. Featured
will be Christmas stories,
f this op- songs, books, candy canes and
he handi- Santa's elf as a special guest.


;;PAGE FOUR


SBarbara Gwen Mazander



Weds Bubba Harmon


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I


Miss Netta Niblack who is in
charge of the books.


corated with beautiful organ-
dy, cloths covering the -gift
tables.,The identical decor
was used at the refreshment
table and the bride's book
-table. Mrs. Steve Simon kept
the guest book.
Scores of friends called
between the hours of 7:00 and
9:00 p.m. Renee and her
mother greeted the guests and
they were invited to see the
gifts and enjoy the refresh-
ments.
Hostesses for the occasion
were: Mrs. Tom Parker, Mrs.
Tom Ford, Mrs. Buddy Wood,
Mrs. Billy Rich, Mrs. Richard
Lancaster, Mrs. Bob Phillips,
Mrs. Billy Fleming and Mrs.
Phil Barton.
Miss.'Renee Costin,, bride-
elect of Stuart Shoaf, was
honored at a luncheon in'
Panama City at the Cornuco-
pia on November 2. Covers
were laid for twenty of Miss
Costin's friends and relatives.
Miss Costin was attired in
an off white skirt and blouse.
Enhancing her beauty was a
matching scarf. A corsage
presented to her by her hos-
tesses blended with the ivy
\. and fall leaves gracing the
luncheon table.
Renee received a silver tray
for the occasion from the
hostesses. Hostesses were:
Mrs. Frank Hannon, Mrs.
Mrs. Ferrel Allen, Mrs. David


(Continued from Page 4) H s* o
e Co snHistorical Society Elects
--'Renee Costin Weds .


Presbyterians Announce


Christmas Season Programs


may and Mrs. Robert King.
Mrs. Ida Copenhaver and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norton
honored Miss Renee Costin
and Stuart Shoaf with a dinner
party on November 18 at the
home of Mrs. Copenhaver.
The party rooms were de-
corated with arrangements of
red carnations and plaid bows.
Miss Costin was presented a
silver bon bon spoon in her
chosen pattern as a moment
of the occasion.
* The bridesmaid luncheon
was held Friday, December 1
at the home of Mrs. James E.
Costin. Mrs. Ashley Costin,
Mrs. James Costin and Miss
Carolyn Carr were hostesses
for the occasion.
The tables were decorated
with holly and red roses. Miss
Costin presented her atten-
dants with -gold and pearl'
earrings.
After a delicious luncheon of
chicken crepes the guests
made the rice bags for .the
Costinr Shoaf wedding.
Miss Costin was presented a
silver and crystal bud vase
from her hostesses. Those
attending were Miss Costin,.
Mrs. Cecil Costin, Jr., Mrs.
Cecil Costin, Sr., Mrs. Charles
Shoaf, Miss Ruth Shoaf, Mrs.
Billy Carr, Mrs. Mel Magid-
son, Mrs. Willie Carr and the
bride's attendants.


program is planned. An offer-
ing for older retired ministers,
their wives and widows will: be
received on Sunday, Decem-
ber 17.
The pastor of the Church,
Rev. Raymond G. Wicker-
sham, announces a series: of
special Christmas sermons for
each Sunday in December.
Visitors are cordially in-
vited to all services and to all
activities: Those who have no
Church home are especially
urged to use this season ,to
worship and get acquainted at
this Church.


St. Joseph'Historical Society
members re-elected Mrs.
Ralph Swatts president for a
third term at the regular
meeting last Saturday.
Other officers are Mrs.
James McNeill, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. William H. Howell,
Jr., recording secretary; Mrs.
Herman Dean, treasurer and
Mrs. Paul Fensom, corre-
sponding secretary. Mrs. No-
bie Stone was appointed par-
liamentarian.
In other business, January
26th was set as the date for the
annual meeting of the society.
Mrs. Charles Brown and Char-
les Smith are in charge of the
program which will feature
Mrs. Jane Patton, head of the
Northwest Florida Regional
Library System.
Mrs. Swatts appointed a
committee to make arrange-
ments for this dinner meeting
to be served by the Garden
Club at the Garden Center.
Jesse Stone gave a status
report on the Constitution Hall
addition to the local museum
and urged members to keep in
touch with new legislators
about this project.
Mrs. Hubert Brinson report-
ed on the Old St. Joseph
Cemetery. Thanks to the coop-
eration and work done by the
City of Port St. Joe, the


cemetery is at it s loveliest
and the public is urged to visit.
Rye grass is being planted for
winter.
The Society still has a few
copies of the Great Tide, a
novel about Old St. Joseph,
available. These will make
great Christmas gifts. Anyone
wanting a copy may contact

Bolden Watts
Are Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee
Bolden of Port St. Joe have
announced the engagement
and approaching marriage of
their daughter, Barbara Ann,
to Cpl. Jerry Lee Watts. Watts
is the grandson of Mrs. Narzie
Johnson of Port St. Joe.
The bride-elect is a 1977
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School.
The groom is a 1975 grad-
uate of Port St. Joe High
School and is presently serv-
ing in the U.S. Army in Fort
Carson, Colorado.
The wedding will take place
at 6:30 p.m. at the bride's
home on December 8.
No invitations will be sent
but all friends and relatives of
the couple are invited to
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Janice Marie Cogburn and James Albert Scheffer


Engaged


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6:00 p.m. C.S.T. in the St..
Andrew Baptist Church of
Panama City. A reception will
follow at the First Federal
Bank Building in Lynn Haven.
All friends of the couple are
invited to attend the wedding
and reception.


The Port St. Joe Presbyter-
ian Church, along with the
Wewahitchka Presbyterian
Church is planning to observe
the Christmas season as fol-
. lows:
The women of the Church
will have their Christmas
program and party on Mon-
day, December 11 at the home
of Mrs. Frances Brown on 1203
Monument Ave. at 3:00 p.m.
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Sharks Shear Rams, 55-44, In



Their Cage Season Opener


The Port St. Joe Sharks
embarked on a 22 game
schedule Tuesday night with


what was described by head Coach Lane said this year's
coach William Lane as "much edition of round-ball Sharks
improved over last year'. will be taller and much quick-


er than last yea
blessed with mo
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- SHARKS BASKETBALL TEAM-Front row, left to Pollock, Cleveland Riley, Ken Parker, Ken
7Fight: Blane Cox, Michael Harris, Tony Larry, Willie Boykin Coach William Lane.
*and Ricky Larry. Back row, left to right: Rick Taylor, Chuck


Christian

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Announces

Honor Roll
'the Faith Christian School,
has recently released it's ho-
nor roll for the second six
weeks:
AllA's
-Fourth grade; Craig Bur-
kett, Pam Cotter, Lee Parker,
Robert Quarles and Robbie
Young.
-Third grade; Kathy Car-
rillo.
:First grade; Dorann Mc-
Mullon, Louis Lindsey, Jeff
Richards, Cody Thomas, John
Parker, Brad Thursbay, Tyler
Ford and Catherine Wood.
All A & B's
Fourth grade; Daren Brant,
Darryl Davidson, Tommy
Ford, Paige Johnson, Howard
Richards and Edward Wood.
Third. grade; Mickey Gain-
nie, Leslie Graham, Jim John-
son, Craig Large, Traci Mar-
ion, Marcella Parker, Brian
Peiffer and Ken Tharpe.
Second grade; Kim Clayton,
Dewanna Davidson, Stephanie
Gilley, Jerod McNabb, Laurel
Raffield and Ty Young.
First grade; Christi Lynn,
Missy McLeod, Ernest Gant,
Michael Harper, Chris Var-
num, David Brown, Trey
Swatts, Aurelia Zimmerman,
Mark Presnell, Cassie Craig,
Michael Lollie and Shannon
Parrish.

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r and will be conference champions.
)re depth and Coach Lane says he has
last year's three starters from last year's
team back again this year.
These are Tony Larry, Willie
Boykin and Chuck Pollock, all
of whom saw.considerable
action last year.
Coach Lane said Tuesday
before the opening game.
"Our key will be defense. We-
,. are quick and we're going to
'3-. use that quickness to keep the
j ball from our opponents".
Coach Lane also has some
height this year with 6'3" Rick
Taylor and Chuck Pollock.
Lane said, "We will play with
quickness and height, using
each as we need it."
Lane, speaking in his usual
understatement style said,
"We have a pretty fair team
this year".
After the interview, the
Sharks took the court and
proved their coach correct in
his statements by beating
Rutherford of Panama City
55-44, using their quickness.
The Sharks jumped off to a
28-18 lead in the first half and
never looked back. The Sharks
led the Rams in scoring in
every quarter except-the last
one, when they relaxed a little.
Ricky Larry led the Sharks
with 19 points while. Willie
Boykin added 16 and Cleve-
land Riley 10. Boykins grab-
bed 16 rebounds.
SOscar Harris of the Rams,
Thomas an led both teams in scoring with
24 points.
-Star photo Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 13 16 15 11-55
Rutherford 10 8 .12 14-44
Star PORT ST. JOE-Riley 4-2-
Star 10; Pollock 0-2-2; T. Larry
3-2-8; R. Larry 7-5-19; Boykin
arty 6-4-16; Parker 0-0-0.
RUTHERFORD McGriff
191 Order of 2-0-4; Middleton 0-0-0; Hogan
ill have their 2-0-4; Matthews 2-0-4; Harris
y on Decem- 10-4-24; Slay 1-4-6; Richards
).m. following 1-0-2.
siness. COMING GAMES
not having a Games for-the coming week
ked to bring a are:
would bring a Friday night, in. Blounts-
ian and men town at 7:00 p.m., Port St. Joe
ift for a man. time.
ed that every- Saturday, December 9, in
ered dish. Chipley at 7:00, Port St. Joe
time.
eces of your Tuesday, December 12, at
llpaper for a home with Bay High at 7:00
a long wall. p.m.


Tumblers to Compete


Tony Lorry (3) goes up for two points


Games Workshop Slated


for H.V. Tit
All parents of students at-
tending the ESEA, Title I
Reading and Math Labs at
Highland View Elementary
School are urged to attend a
games workshop at the High-
land View Elementary School
library, Monday, December


Johnson


Outstanding

Student
Diane Will, Student Body
President of Gulf Coast Com-
munity College has recently
announced that Walter K.
Johnson of Port St. Joe has
.been named as the college's
"Outstanding Student". John:
son is active in student gov-
ernment and has been respon-
sible for passage of resolution
for the welfare and better-
ment of the student body.
Terral Beard (also of Port
St. Joe) said in nominating
Johnson, "He is an example
for all of us to follow, and an
inspiration as to .how we
should serve others in what we
do."


le I Parents
11, between 7:00 and 9:00 p.m.
At the workshop, parents
will make educational games
that they can take home and
use with their children to help
improve their reading and
math skills. All materials and
instructions will be provided.


with Tallahassee


The St. Joe Tumblers re-
cently competed against the
Tallahassee Tumbling Tots.
Outstanding competitors
were Trish Tapper, 5th in
beam; Stacey O'Shall, 5th
floor, 5th vault, 5th beam, 5th
bars, and 5th all around, Traci
McClain, 3rd in vaulting; Te-
resa Cozart, 3rd beam, 3rd
vault, 4th bars, 4th floor, and
4th all around. Other gym-
nasts who competed from St.


Joe were Pam Sanborn, Vicki
Barlow, Le Ann Clenney, Ran-
di McClain, Paula Ramsey
and Cathy Rish.
The next event for the local
gymnast is their Christmas
Recital. The recital will be
December 12th at 7:00,p.m. in
the Centennial Building. The
public is invited to attend.
Donations of $1.00 will be'
collected at the door for the
updating of the equipment.


Santa


Visits
Santa Claus made his 'grand
entry into Port St. Joe Saturday on
an overcast, blustery day. The
weather didn't bother Santa or the
large crowd which gathered to
welcome him to Port St. Joe on his
annual visit. Santa rose to the
occasion with a hearty Ho-Ho-Ho
and a double fist full of candy tossed
to kids as he rode up Reid Avenue on
one of the City's fire trucks.
In this photo, Santa is caught in
the act of letting pieces of candy fly
which was accompanied by a "Mer-
ry Christmas' "
Santa Claus was brought to Port
St. Joe in the annual parade, which
is an annual production of the Port
St. Joe merchants and the Jaycees.
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Revival
A special week-end revival
will be held at the Highland
View Baptist Church Friday,
Saturday, and Sunday, De-
cember 8-10, at 7:30 p.m.
nightly with Brother Jerry
Baker from Halls, Tennessee.
Come and share with us
through God's love.


CARD OF THANKS
I am deeply grateful to my
friends and family inf Port St.
Joe for the many expressions
of love and concern during my
recent back surgery and re-
covery in Valdosta, Georgia. I
am especially grateful for
your continued uplift in inter-
cessory prayer.
Milford Duggar


Very crisp bacon may be eat-
en with. the fingers, say
etiquette experts, but bacon
with any vestige of fat must
be cut with fork or knife and
eaten with the fork.


Week's Bowling Results


TH1JRSDAY NITE LADIES
The Thursday Night Ladies
League met November 30. The
Telephone Co. took four
games from Surefoots. Faye
Capps (sub.) led Telephone
Co. with a 157 game. Cathy
Martin had a 409 series.
Rhonda Gainpus bowled a 148
game and a 394 series for
Surefoots.
Pepsi Cola took four games
from St. Joe Bowling Lanes.
Pat Nachtshein bowled a 156
game .and a 373 series for
Pepsi. Donna Hogan led St.
Joe Bowling Lanes with a 138
game and a 364 series.
Wonder Bar took three and a
half games from Ragdolls.
Trudy Pate had a 150 game
and a 407 series for Wonder
Bar. Marion Deasori had a 172
game and a 427 series for
Ragdolls.
H.V. Motors took four
games from Bowen's Cow
Girls. Lynn Lyles had a 156
game and a 445 series for H.V.
Motors. Marguerite Scheffer
had a 126 game and Lou
McDonnell had a 329 series for
Cow Girls.
Standings W L
H.V. Motors 41/2 6'/2
Pepsi Cola 33M' 141/2
Telephone Co. 26 22
Ragdolls .25 23
Wonder Bar 22/2 25/2
Surefoots 21'/ 261/2
St. Joe Bowling 11 37
Cow Girls 11 37

WED. NITE LADIES
The Wednesday Night La-
dies League resumed their
bowling after a week's lay off.
The November 29th action
went like this:
Florida Bank led by Jo
O'Barr with her 186 game and
a .466 series swept all four
games from St. Joe Furniture
to drop them from first place.
Verna Burch was high bowler
for the Furniture team with a
462 series.
Renfro's won all four games
from the Play Girls with La
Juan Pogue bowling a 420
series for Renfro's. Beth Todd
led the Play Girls with a 383
series.
Murphy and St. Joe Beach


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Beauty Shop came out with a
three game decision. Janet
Murphy was high bowler for
Murphy's with a 436 series.
Mary Brown was top bowler.
for the Beauty Shop team with
a 470 series.
Carolyn Wright paced the
Alley Kats to a four game
sweep of Nash's Seafood with
her 487 series. Cathy Martin
rolled a 394 series for the
Seafood team.
Standings W L
Fla. Bank 371/2 102
St. Joe Furniture 36 12
Beach Beauty Shop 33 /2 14
Alley Kats 31 17
Murphy's 23 25
Renfro's 18 30
Nash Seafood 9 39
Play Girls 4 44

MONDAY NITE MIXED
On Monday, December 4,
the Mixed' League met with
the following results:
Poncho's and St. Joe Bar
met and Poncho's came out
with a three game decision.
Poncho Maguder rolled a 473
series and Glenn Waldo added
a 400 series for Poncho's.
Harry Lowry and Scott Cun-


ningham paced St. Joe Bar
with series of 538 and 403
respectively.
Earley's Hardware moved
into second place by sweeping
all four games from Sylva-
chem. Sandra Brock rolled a
202 game and a 500 series for
Earley's. Norma Hobbs also
added a 455 series. Bill Whit- 1
field was high bowler for
Sylvachem with a 472 series.
Mary Brown added a 429
series.
Duke Jones (sub.) rolled a
457 series for Highland View
Gulf to aid in their three game
win over Varnes Seafood.
David Seymour paced the
Seafood, team' with a 478
series.
Hickory House forfeited
four games to the 10 Pin
Lounge. David Roche (sub.)
rolled a 620 series and a 233
game for the Ten Pin Lounge.
Standings W L
Poncho's 28 8
Earley's Hdwe. 24 12
Sylvachem 22 14'
St. Joe Bar 22 14
10 Pin Lounge 18 18
Varnes 13 23
H.V. Gulf 10 26
Hickory House 7 29


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9 percent

6100 sq. ft.
Port St. J
offices or
modeling.
information

BEA
Commerce
and 90x120
Business
commercial
age Hwy 9
Strategic
going cana


Custom-made wooden name
plaques. for mail boxes, front
gates. door posts, etc. Econo-
my Motors & Garden Center.
301 Hwy. 98. HV. 229-6001.
New and used lawnmowers
for sale. Lawn mowers, tills
and garden tractors repaired.
Economy Motors &' Garden
Center. 301 Hwy. 98, HV.
229-fl001. tfc 4-28
DRY cleaning carpets is.
easier, faster and safer with
HOST. Rent our machine. St.
Ioe Furniture. 227-1251.
tfc 10-23
TRAMPOLINES IN STOCK
6 FT. x 10 FT. OR ROUND.'
We deliver .and assemble.
Terms available. WESTERN-
AUTO, 219 Reid Ave. 227-1105.
tfc-4-6




Two large corner lots for
sale at Ward Ridge. Call 229-
8092. 4tp 11-30


Yard Sale: Friday, Dec. 8,
rYou.TM 5277thSt.,9-5. Itp

mnd operated. Alto saxophone, like new,
used only 18 months, $300.
MILLER 227-1370. ltp

Porch Sale: Odds and ends,
EALTY dishes, toys. At old Daughtry
house, 508 4th St., Saturday
IAHITCHKA only. ltp
2 year old brick Yard Sale: Saturday, Dec.
ine location on 11/ 9, 9-2. Corner of Woodward
w-9 large pecan and 16th St. New Christmas
drm, 2/ bath, den items, cake decorations and
ce, cen h&a, carpet stand, sporting goods, clothes,
thruout. This is a shoes and artificial flowers.
e looking for a new Six families.
ist off W. River Rd,
rom IGA Store. 31/ h.p. rotary tiller, or
___ trade for small outboard
ind plenty of room. motor. Can be seen at 206 6th
ew brick home on St., Highland View. ltp
3 bdrm, 2 bath,
ning area, large 3 bedroom house, $14,000.
replace plus a 1 516 Ninth St. after -6:00 p.m.
bath apt. w-living Housegoods sale, December 9,
kitchen under the 516 Ninth St. ltp 12-7
f. Use the apt. for
her-in-law or as a Yard Sale, Thurs. & Fri.,
drm suite. Dec. 7&8, 9:30 til. 503 Hwy. 98,
Highland View. ltp

ITE CITY cBeauty shop equipment.
Call 229-8118 or 229-8153.
drm, 2 bath home, 3tp 12-7
chain link fence.
Nn payment, ar- Garage Sale: Sat., Dec. 9, 9
yn financing, sell til, 2004 Juniper Ave. Many
a 2nd mortgage. items, including garage doors.
---_ /
- Nice 3 bdrm, 2 Garage Sale: 5th St. & Hwy.
e w-living rm, din- 98, 9 till, Saturday, Dec. 9.
ility and deep well
p. 8' aluminum boat, $50. 229-
S8882. ltp 12-7

AN PASS BANK REPO'S, $350 down,
take up payments. Call Dot
ars old 3 bdrm, 2 Sanders, 763-0751 or 769-1544.
ge eat-in kitchen, 2tc 11-30
, cen h&a, carport
m, and 9x12' stor- 1 Sears automatic washer.
in back. Wal. Good condition,. $150. Phone
Sthe beac. 229-6010 or 229-6927. tfc 11-30

ULKEITH Doll furniture and picture
all your. pets frames for sale. See B.A.
ows, chickens! Roberts at 557 2nd Ave., High-
BW5 land view, or call 229-6775.
ed and cross fenc- 4tp 11-16
n, 2 bath, country
large den. Plus
swimming pool.
how nice country
be.

bath home on 11/
giving rm, den, We buy scrap copper, brass,
porch front and aluminum and junk batteries.
;e utility rm, cen 229-8527, White City. 2tp 11-30
0' storage shed. 4
trees surrounding MAC'S HOME SERVICE
Home Repairs"
Remodeling Additions
AMERCIAL Free Estimates
Phone 648-5985
each 5 plex on 4to 11-16
of Hwy. 98. Cur- -
ited. A good in- BACKHOEWORK
and income, too. OR RENTAL
- Charles H. Stephens
y 24x80' steel 227-1622 or 229-8032
office in front on 2 tfc 8-3
ig Hwy. 71. Suit-
ty business: boat Painting & Remodeling
sales, bait shop, Reasonable Rates
ring, storage, Free Estimates
r will sell below Phone 648-5204
*placement. Buy tfc 10-12
assume existing REPAIRS
mortgage. REPAIRS
ortgage.Aluminum screens and doors,

brick building in carpentry, house repair, mill-
Joe suitable for work, roof repair and re-roof-
shops with re- ing.
Call for further SMITH & SON WORKSHOP
n. Phone 229-6018
Port St. Joe tfe 7-22

CH LOTS ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
ial lots. 90x190' Machine Work Welding
' in Mexico Beach 506 First Street
Center. Large Phone 229-6803
al lot -275' front- Machinist on duty all day
98, 320' on canal, everyday
corner on sea- ~- -




SSt. Joe
ed now.
heyear.
pass you "I think it was something I ote."



kills bugs for

ki up to six months,
and saves you about $S100 yearly
4 in costty pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
56 306 Reid Avenue
.Port St Joe, Florida


SERIE


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!

227-1151


Sears Catalog Sales
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


CAREFOOT SEPTIC
Septic Tank Clean
Phone 229-8007


:TANK
ning

tfc 11-30


LEWIS FLOOR CLEANING
All Types
229-6482 or 229-6447
tfc 9-20

Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757


tfc 2-2


Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145. (24 hr.)


line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave. |


FILL DIRT
Front End Loader
Backhoe Work "
C. R. SMITH & SON
229-6018
tfc 3-31


Complete Wu
Custom Cut
Want to Do It
Then come see
ley tools, hardwa
paint, lumber.
Earley's Har
Building Si
llwy 98 W.
tfc 8-5

GLEN'S CABIN
Kitchen Cabi
Vanities Mi
Cabinet Hardwa
412 Monumen
Port St. J
Glen Con
229-6011


ood Shop
Lumber
Yourself?
us for Stan-


One owner 1972 Ford 8-pass-
enger Ranch Wagon, a-c, p.s.,
p.b., radio-tape, excellent
tires & mechanical condition,
new paint, $1,100.
See Wesley Ramsey at The
Star. Kindly old editor just
drove it everywhere he went
everyday.

1971 Ford pickup, 8' body,
V-8, a.c., a.t., runs good, $900.
Call Vic Burke 229-8118 White
City. 3tp 12-7

1971 Maverick, good cond.,
reasonably priced. Call 227-
1643. tfc 11-16

1976 Ford Custom 500, 460
V-8, dual exhaust, at, ac,
engine and interior in excel-
lent cond., exterior needs
paint. Will sell as is $1,350 or
with paint job, $1,500. 229-6929.
tfc 11-2


FORREN


"The Great Tide", written
by Rubylea Hall, is now avail-
able again which will make
wonderful Christmas gifts and
upon requests these books will
be wrapped and ready for
mailing by calling Mrs. Eu-
nice H. Brinson, 229-8663. Also
"The Great Tide" will be on
sale at the following places:
Pauline's Restaurant,
Ready Arts & Crafts Shop
Pate's Service Station
Smoke House Restaurant,
Gulf Sands Rest, M.B.
Mexico Beach Gro., M.B.
Fiesta Food Store, M.B.
Kerigan's Kargo, M.B.
4tp 12-7

12' fiberglass boat, com-
plete with like new'7.5 h.p.
motor & trailer. 229-8115 after
5. 4t 11-23

Christmas Bazaar, Dec. 8 and
9, from 9 til 6, Pentecostal
Holiness Church, Garrison
Ave. 3t 11-23

1975 HondaMC 360 cc, very
good condition, low mileage,
$825. 229-6132. tfc 11-9

Moving, must sell-20x32'
houseboat with screened-in
porch, new cypress deck,
aluminum siding, $2,500. 14'
tri-hull boat, 50 h.p. Mercury,
$1,200. Call 227-1270.


Jumbo bob white quail, live
or dressed. Call 227-1293.
tfc 9-21

FOR STANLEY HOME
PRODUCTS
Call Betty Gilbert
648-5047
tfc 7-15

DRAPERIES-Ready made
and custom made. Large sel-
election of swatches to choose
'Iton.: Roch'e's Furnitrtlie ahd
Appliance Store, 209 Reid
Ave.. phone 227-1730.

CB Radios, Johnson, Craig,
Surveyor, antennas, base sta-
tions, terms available. West-
ern Auto.. tfc 3-4


227-1105, 219 Reid Ave



Disabled Ve
to Receive C


re, paneling,. In the near future, ve
with service-connected 1
dware & lities will receive in the
supply letter from the Veteran
227-1763 ministration. This corr
dence will explain thi
Patient Data Card.
4ET SHOP If any veteran cannot
nets stand the contents, I
ill Work contact Fred J. Kleeb,
are & Tops rans Service Office
it Ave., 229-6125. This card is
Foe offered because of a ne
ibs which provides that se
7 connected veterans be
tfc 1-4 ed priority care in ve
health care facilities.


READY FOR THAT
NEW CAR?
Call us for prices on any
American made new 1979
model car, pick-up truck or
van.
BEACH AUTO SALES
648-8236 8tp 11-16

Lawn & Gardening Needs
Feed Lawn Mower &
Small Engine Repairs
Economy Motors &
Garden Center
301 Hwy. 98 H.V.
229-6001
tfc 4-28


For Cable TV
installation In Port St. Joe

Phone 229-7232
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office


Vets Increas
The veteran populati
Gulf County has increase
73 from September 19
September 1978. These
veterans are encourage
drop by the Veterans Se
Office in the Court Hou
both St. Joe and Wewa
talk to Fred Kleeb, S
Officer and register the
214 at the Clerk of
office. There are 1905 vet
residing in Gulf County


Gulf County Adult Activity
Center has six (6) temporary
openings for a CETA Title VI
Renovation Project:
Construction Supervisor (1)
at $4.50 per hr.; Carpenter
Helpers (3) at $3.50 per hr.;
Plumber Helper (1) at $3.50
per hr.; and Electrician Help
er (1) at $3.50 per hr.
Some tools and training will
be provided. G.C.A.A.C. is hn
equal opportunity employer.
Call 229-6327 for information;
Eligibility will be determined
by Florida State Employmentf
,Service, 401 Long Avenue, and
is based on length" of unemn-
ployment and income level.






Oyster bar & flea market
business. Real good location;.
Could be a real money makei:
Would consider trade for anty-
thing-good lease on property,
Other interest reason for sale'
Call Bill Corbin, Sr., 674-5055,
Blountstown. trc 12-7




L

NOTICE
To the person who took the
camellia bush off my hus-
band's grave-Shame!
0. Perlick

There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F. & A.M,,
every first and third Thursd'a
at 8:00 p.m.
J; J. PIPPIN, W.M. .
F. E. Brogdon, Sec.

R.A.M.-Regular convoca,
tion of St. Joseph Chapter No.
56. R.A.M. 1st and 3rd Mon-
days, 8 p.m. All visiting com-
panions welcome.
E. E. WEEKS, H.P.
E. William McFarland, Sec.

Wanted-A group who.can
use approximately 80 theatre-
type seats which make exceL-
lent church pews. These are
available, free, to anyone who
can show worthy cause. Call
229-6119 if interested.


Notice


NOTICE TO RECEIVE
tfc 3-16 SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County,
Florida, will receive sealed
ts bids from any person, com-
pany, or corporation interest-
fard ed in selling the County the
following described personal
terans property:
disabi- One track type diesel trac-
mail a tor.
ns Ad- The following used equip-
espon- ment will be traded on the new
espon- tractor: One D6 Caterpillar,
- new Serial No. 9U27965. This trac-
tor may be inspected It the
under- Gulf County Road Shop, Mon-
please day through Thursday', We-
Vete- wahitchka, Florida.
er at The Board of County Com-
be i missioners wish to consider
being two payment plans includinga;
*w law full.cash payment upon deliV.
ervice- ery and the other payment iV'
afford- 2 equal annual installments;'.
terans Delivery date must be speci-
fied. Liquidated damages for
failure to deliver unit on
specified date will be set at.
$5.00 per day.
;e Specifications may be ob-
"tained from the Clerk of
ion in Circuit Court, Gulf County
sed by Courthouse, 1000 5th St., Port
977 to St. Joe, Florida 32456.
new Bids will be received until
ed to 9:00 o'clock a.Tn., EST, De-
S cember 12, 1978 at the office of
service the Clerk of Circuit Court, P.
use at 0. Box 968, Port St. Joe,
a and Florida 32456. The Board re-
ervice serves the right to reject any
!ir DD and all bids.
courts BOARD of COUNTY
Courts COMMISSIONERS
tet 3- Jimmy 0. Gortman,'
Chairman 2t-11-30


'~


?LOl IAT THE


HIGHLAND VIEW


BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & c Ave.

Welcome Friends
SUNDA' SCHOOL ..................... 9:45A.M. :
WORSI ,-ICES..... 11:00 A.M.&7:30P.M. -
CHURCR Tk. MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.,
Nursery Provided


Lot at Beacon Hill, 100x50',
cash or terms. 648-5315.
tfc 11-30

Two bedroom frame house,
new inside, only $9,000, large
lot. See at 520 3rd. St., or call
229-6217. 4tp 11-30

WHY PAY RENT? We can
sell this 3 bedroom house in
very good condition for only
$700.00 down, plus closing
cost. Contains large sewing
room or utility room, plenty
of storage, carport, screen-
ed porch. FHA approved.
Refrigerator and tor and stove in-
cluded. 515 Eighth St.

REDUCED $3,000.00. 3 bed-
room masonry home, 1
bath, living-kitchen with
' fireplace, living room and
den. Excellent neighbor-
hood. 125' x 225' corner lot.
HANNONINSURANCE
AGENCY
FRANK HANNON, Broker
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133
3tc 11-23


'For Rent: 1 two bedroom
house in Oak Grove; 2 & 3
bedroom houses at Beacon
Hill. 229-6961. tfc 10-5

Furnished 3 BR, 2 BR and 1
BR houses for rent. Phone 229-
6777 after 7 p.m. tfc 3-23

No need for wet carpets. Dry
clean them with HOST. Use
rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture,
227-1251. tfc 10-23

THAMES HOTEL
Daily- Weekly -
Monthly Rates
Air Conditioned
Television
302 Reid Ave. 229-8723

1 bdrm. efficiency apart-
ment, all utilities included. Ski
Breeze Campsite. 229-6105.
tfc 8-31

2 bdrm. furnished apart-
ment, will be vacated Aug. 31.
All utilities included. Ski
Breeze Campsite. 229-6105.
tfc 1-4
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable steam car-
pet cleaning system. Avail-
able at Western Auto, phone













PAGE EIGHT


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DEC. 7, 1978


Hospital Auxiliary Makes Plans


Public


Notices
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS
NAME
S Notice is nereby g;ven that the.
undersigned, Betty Boucher desires to
engage in business under the fictitious
name of Overstreet Boat Docks, Over-
streel. Florida in Gull County.,
Notice is further given that the
unoersigned intends to register such
liclitious name witl the Clerk of Circuit
.Court'of such county.
j'Dated this December .7,/1978.
Owner and extent of interest: Betty
.Boucher, 100 percent.
4tp12-7

: BIDNO.WWP132
The City of 'Port St. Joe, Florida,
Invites bios on a 32' x 120' addition to an
existing 32' x 144' galvanized tin build-
ing. Specifications may, be obtained
from the City Clerk's Office, P.O. Box A,
SPort SI Joe, Florida 32456. Bid opening
-will be held at 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.,
b'ecember 19, 1978.
S BID NO.WWP121A
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
nryvites bids on the follov)ing described
pump:
A 1 Nephelometric Turbidimeter (Port-
able)
Specifications may be obtained from
the City Clerk's Office, P.O. Box A, Port
St. Joe, Fla. 32456. Bid opening will be
held at 8:00 P.M., E.S.T., December 19,.
;; .1978.
BID NO. WWP125A
The City-of Port St. Joe, Florida,
invites bids on the following described
item:
1 Electronic Toploading Balance
Specifications may be obtained from
the City Clerk's Office, P.O. Box A, Port
St. Joe, Fla. 32456. Bid opening will be
held at 8:00 P.M., E.S.T., December 19,
' 1978.
BID NO.WWP126A
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
Invites bids on the'foilowing deS iibed
Item: .'
I, 1 Water Jacketed Incubator
Specifications may be obtained from
the City Clerk's Office, P.O. 'Box A, Port
St. Joe, Florida 32456. Bid opening will
be held at 8:00 P.M., E.S.T., December
19, 1978.
BID NO. WWP127A
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,'
invites bids on the following described
item:
1 Analytical Balance (Single Pan)
Specifications may be obtained from
the City Clerk's Office, P.O. Box A, Port
S..St. Joe, Florida. Bid opening will be held
at 8:00 P.M., E.ST., December 19, 1978.
S BIDNO.WWP13OA
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
invites bids on mechanical joint.ductile
iron pipe and accessories. Specifications
may be obtained from the City Clerk's
Office, P.O. Box A, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456. Bid opening will be held at 8:00
P.M., E.S.T., December 19, 1978.
BID NO. WWP131
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
invites bids-on hand tools and equip-
ment. Specifications may be obtained
from the City Clerk's Office, P.O. Box A,
PortSt. Joe, Florida 32456. Bid opening
:: will be held at 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.,
December 19,1978. 4tc 12-7

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
The Dead Lakes Water Management
District will meet in special session on
Thursday, December 14, 1978, at 7:00
p.m. (C.S.T.) In the Wewahitchka Elem.
entary School Auditorium. This meeting
is to receive input (information) that
will be considered by the District in It's;
adoption of guidelines and a policy for
S"drawdowns" of the Dead Lakes.
All Interested persons are encouraged
to attend.
DEAD LAKES WATER MANAGE-
MENT
BY: William H. Linton, Chairman
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR.
-'TEENTH JUC4CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 78-24
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
WILLIAM A. WALKER II, TRUSTEE
Plaintiff,
vs.
SHELLBUILT CONSTRUCTION AND
DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, etc., et
al.,
Defendants.
CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure entered in the above entit-
led cause in the Circuit Court of the
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, in and for
Gulf, County, Florida, I will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash at
the North door of the Courthouse in the
City of Port St. Joe, Gulf County, Florida
at the hour of 11:00 A.M. on January 5,
1979, that certain parcel of real property,
described as follows:
"EXHIBIT A"
A tract of land in Township 9 South,
Range 10 West, Gulf County, Flori, ,
described as follows:
All of Sections 9 and 10.
All that part of Sections 11 and 12 lying
within Gulf County, Florida, .cepting
therefrom the right of way of a county
road across the eastern end of that part
of Section 12 lying within Gulf County,
Florida,
All that part of Fractional Section 14
lying within Gulf County, Florida,
excepting therefrom tl "'t wide
right-of-way of State R.. .,ossing
said Fractional Section 14.
All of Fractional Section 15, excepting
therefrom the 66 foot wide right-of-way
of State Road 30 crossing said Fractional
Section 15.
All of Section 16, excepting therefrom
the 66 foot wide right-of-way of State
Road 30 crossing said Section 16 and also
excepting therefrom the following:
Beginning at a point on the West
boundary of Section 16, Township 9
South, Range 10 West, North 210.71
feet from the Southwest corner of


WHAT MONEY

CAN'T BUY
Your good health, for instance, can't
be bought. You owe it to yourself
aod your family to safeguard it
-Your biggest helper in this important
venture is your family doctor. Don't
Wait until aches and pains put you
on the Sick-list. Visit him regularly
for check-ups and advice. And if
you need a prescription filled; rely(
'on our pharmacist. His friendly,'
,prompt and knowledgeable service
will help keep that one precious
possession money can't buy .
your good health!
YOUR E/li, PHARMACY

STORE NAME,

AND ADDRESS


29.97 feet to the point of beginning.
Excepting therefrom a strip of land
29.87 feet wide on the West side of
this tract that is within the right-of.
way of State Road S-30-B. This area
is in the Northeast Quarter of the
Northwest Quarter of Section 20,
Township 9 South, Range 10 West,
Gulf County, Florida.
ALSO: Commence at the Southwest
corner of the tract described in
Parcel 3 abt""-- and run Westerly
along line of the Gulf of
Mexi ce of 980 feet; run
thence .rtherly along a line para.
llel to the West section line of Section
20, Township 9 South, Range 10
West, to the Southern right of way
line of State Road 30; then run in an
Easterly direction along the South-
Serly right-ofway of State Road 30 to
the Northwest corner of the tract


said Section, said point being on the
Northerly right-of-way line of old
U.S. Highway 98 In', a curve, said
curve being concave-1Northwesterly
having a radius of 5,696.56 feet, said
point also being 33.00 feet from and
radial to the centerline of said
highway curve; thence North along.
said West'boundary 873.01 feet;
thence East 330.00 feet; thence South
726.26 feet to the Northerly right-of-
way line ofold U.S. Highway 98, said
point being 33.00 feet from and at
right angle to the centerline of said
highway; thence S. 65degrees 06'00"
W along said right way line 10369
feet to the Do.nt of curvature of a
curve.concave Northwesterly hav-
iring a radius of 5,696,56 feet; thence
Southwesterly along said right-of.
way line curve a chord bearing and
distance of S.66 degrees 23'42" West
S257.48 feet to the point of beginning,
containing 6.07 acres, more or less.

All that part of Fractional Section :
lying North of Indian Lagoon.
The. South three-fourths of Section 1
and all of Fractional Section 20, excep
Ing therefrom the following:
Commence at the Southeast corner
of Section 17, Township 9 South,
Range 10 West, and extend a line
North 0 degrees 18'38" West along
the East line of said Section 17 for
210.71 feet; thence SoOth 69 degrees
36'46" West for 592.45 feet; thence
South 74 degrees 39'53" West aor
786.71 feet; thence North 24 degrees
24'27" West for 33.96 feet to a
concrete monument on the North
right-of-way line of State Road 30 for
the point of beginning. Thence North
24 degrees 24'27" West for 2,176.39
feet; thence South 65 degrees 35'24"
West for 2,064.95 feet; thence South 0
degrees 24'29" East for 2,025.24 feet
to a concrete monument on the
North right-of-way line of State
Road 30; thence Northeasterly along
said right-of-way line for 2,965 feet,
more or less, to the point of
beginning, containing 107.46 acres,
more or less, and being in Section 17
and Fractional Section 20.
ALSO: The following parcel (for
purposes of these descriptions, de-
signated as Parcel 3):
Commence at an iron pipe that is
Known and recogniZeo by all con.
cerned to be the Northwest corner of
the Northeast '/4 of Secllon2O, Town
ship 9 South, Ilange 10 West and
extend a line Westerly along the
North line ot said Section 20 for
361.10feet to a point; then turn left 84
degrees 10' for 629.70 feet to a point
of intersection of the South right-of-
way line of State Road 30 and the
centerline of State Road S-30-B: then
turn right along the South line of said
State Road 30 for 230.23 feet to an
iron pipe on the South right-of-way
line of said State Road 30 for a point
of beginning. From this point of
beginning, continue Southwesterly
along the Southern right-of-way line
of State Road 30 for 100 feet, more or
less; then turn left on a line that is
parallel to the East line of Section 20,
Twonship 9 South, Range 10 West,
and extend a line South for 2,000 feet,
more or less, to a pOint on the mean
high water line of Bay San Bias, a
part of the Gulf of Mexico; then
meander said mean high water line
Easterly for 2,978 feet, more or less,
to the Southwest corner of Camp
Palms Subdivision, according to an
unofficial plat thereof filed in Plat
Book 1, at page 53-A, Public Records
of. Gulf County, Florida; then turn
left along the West line of. said Camp
Palms Subdivision for 990 feet, more
or less, to a point on the mean high,
water of Indian Lagoon; then turn
.. left and meaner said high water
line of Indian Lagoon for 1.908 feet,
more or less, to a point, then extend
a line North parallel to the East line
of Section 20, Township 9 South,
Range 10 West, for 1,475 feet, more
or less, to a point on theSouthern
right-of-way line of State Road 30;
then turn left along said Southern
right-of-way line for 1,000 feet, more
or less, to the point of beginning.
Excepting therefrom the following:
1i0 feet right of way of State Road
S-30-B.
ALSO: Commence at an iron pipe
that is known and recognized by all
concerned to be the Northwest
corner of the Northeast '4 of Section
20, Township 9 South, Range 10
West, and extend a line Westerly
along the North line of said Section
20for 361.10feet to a point; then turn
left 84 degrees 10' for 629.70 feet to a
point of intersection of the South
right-of-way line'of State Road 30
and the center line of State Road
S-30-B; then turn right along the
South line said State Road 30 for
50.22 feet to an iron pipe at the
intersection of the South right-of-
way line of State Road 30 and the
West right-of-way line of State Road
S-30-Bfor a point of beginning. From
this point of beginning extend a line
Westerly along the South right-of.
way line of State Road 30 for 180.01
feet to an iron pipe; then turn left 61
degrees 55' for 417.10 feet to an iron
pipe; then turn left 77 degrees 48' for
193.31 feet to a point; then turn left
for 102 degrees 53'. for 561.66 feet
along a line parallel to the right-of-
way line of State Road S-30-B to a
point on the South right-of-way line
of State Road 30; thenlurn left along
the South right of way line of said
State Road 30 for 29.97 feet, more or
less, to the point of beginning.
Excepting therefrom a strip of land
29.87 feet wide on the East side of
this tract that is within the right-of-
way of State Road S-30-B. This area
is in the Northeast V'A 9of the
Northwest /4 of Section 20, Township
9 South, Range 10West, Gulf County,
Florida.
ALSO: Commence .at an Iron pipe
that is known and recognized by all
concerned to be the Northwest
corner of the Northeast iA of Section
20, Township 9 South, Range 10
West, and extend a line Westerly
along the North line of said Section
20 for 361.10 feet to a point; then turn
left 84 degrees 10' for 629.70 feet to a
point of intersection of the South
right-of-way line of State Road 30
and the centerlihe of State Road
S-30-B; then turn left along the South
line of said State Road 30 for 50.22
feet to an iron pipe for a point of
beginning. From this point of begin-
ning extend a line Easterly along the
South line of said State Road 30 for
199.63 feet to an iron pipe; then turn
right 115 degrees 15' for 554.06 feet to
an iron pipe; then turn right 100
degrees 48' for 208.56 feet to a point;
then turn right 78 degrees 44' for
.;.12feet along a line parallel to the
right-of-way line of State Road
S-30-B to a point on the South
right-of.way line of State Road 30;
then turn right along the South
right-of-way line of State Road 30 for


lady who lives at 512 Third St.
and has to sit for hours in a
wheelchair looking at TV and
knowing the condition of our


., ;:


The Municipal Hospital
Auxiliary met November 29 in
the conference room of the
hospital.
The meeting was called to
order by the president, Mrs.
Ida Copenhaver. Mrs. Emmie
Joines read the minutes of the
last meeting.
An informative program
was presented by Fred Kleeb,
veterans officer of Gulf Coun-
ty. Kleeb gave specifics on the
qualifications of a veterans


officer, veterans benefits,
number of veterans from
World Wars I and II, Korean
and Vietnam and locations of
V.A. Hospitals throughout
Florida.

Plans were discussed and
made for a dutch treat lunch-
eon to be held at Butler's
Restaurant Tuesday, Decem-
ber 12th at 12:00 noon. All
members were asked to bring
a guest and a gift for the
Hospitality Shop.


The Auxiliary would like to
invite anyone interested to
join them for lunch. Call Mrs.
Ira Gorham at 229-6863 for
reservations.










The oldest sport known to
man is archery.


S. il

big world this Christmas sea-
son. Thank .you for all the
many happy hours, for this is
all she can do. She says, "the
only gift I can give to these
people who love me is my love
and God bless each and every
one of you.
Eathel Pitts


NJROTC students present. the colors at inspection last Wednesday




N. from Port St. Joe

'News 0 0 Jr.-Sr. High School

by Ellen M. Henderson


Wednesday and Thursday
were g'rdat days for the stu-
dent body and the faculty. I'm
speaking of the NJROTC in-'
spection held at the football '

described' In Parcel 3 above, then
run in a Southerly direction along
the Western boundary line of the
iract described as Parcel 3 above to
'ne point of beginning. this excepted
parcel being further described as
follows:
Commence at an iron pipe that is
known and recognized by all con-
cerned to be the Northwest corner of
the Northeast 1/1 of Section 20,
Township 9 South, Range 10 West,
and extend a line Westerly along the
North line of said Section 20 for
361.10feet to a point; then turn left 84
degrees 10' for 629.70 feet to a point
of intersection of the South right-of.
way line of State Road 30 and the
centerline of State Road S-30-B; then
turn right along the South right-of-
way line of State Road 30 for 330.23
feet to the point of beginning. From
this point of beginning, turn left and
extend a line Southerly that is
parallel to the East boundary line of
Section 20, Township 9 South, Range
10 West, to a point on the mean high
water line of the Gulf of Mexico that
is 2,978 feet Westerly (measured
along the mean high water line of the '
Gulf of Mexico) from the Southwest
corner of Camp Palms Subdivision,
according to an unofficial plat
thereof filed in Plat Book 1, page
53-A, Public Records of Gulf County,
Florida; then turn right and mean-
der said mean high water line in a
Westerly direction for 980.00 feet;
then turn right and extend a line
Northerly that Is parallel to the West
boundary line of Section 20, Town.
ship 9 South, Range 10 West, for 1,277
feet, more or less, to the Southern
right-of-way line of State Road' 30;
then turn right and extend a line
Northeasterly along said Southern
right-of-way line of state Road 30 to
the point of beginning.
TOGETHER WITH all riparian rights
and submerged land pertaining to the
properties described in the foregoing
parcels.
ALSO: The 66 foot wide right-of-way of
State Road 30 crossing said Fractional
Section 20 and Section 17.
ALSO: The 100 foot wide right-of-way of
State Road S-30-B crossing through
Fractional Section 20.
ALSO: All that part'of Camp Palms
Subdivision lying within said Fractional
Section,. 2tc 12.7


stadium Wednesday- of last
week. All were neatly dressed
in their uniforms from head to
toe. The inspection also in-
cluded the Wewahitchka unit
of NJROTC. The whole inspec-
tion ceremony was very im-
pressive and enjoyable, espec-
ially to see more students than
were present last year. It was
great.


Appearing 'Thursday was
the Maxwell Air Force Base
band of Alabama. They were
absolutely sensational, at
least from the impression I got
all the students loved their
music and wanted to boogie
down. Having entertainment
of this type is exciting and it
gives us students pleasure.


The annual Junior Miss
Pageant will be held this
Saturday night. In the past
month or so, some of you may
have begun to wonder whether
or not there would' be a
pageant or not. If you like live
shows, come out and see the
performance Saturday night.
Your support and appearance
is important.


There is a newly formed
group of girls called Mat-
Maids at the school. Their
name is sort of strange, but
their purpose is worthwhile.
Duties of the' Mat-Maids are to
set up and clean mats for the
wrestlers before and after
matches. They also keep score
for the wrestling matches. The
Mat-Maids are: Jamie Mims,
Sherri Raffield, Dianne Gra-
ham, Beth Pollock, Martha
Adkison, Lisa Fadio, Yvonne


Guilford, Lori Heacock, Tere-
sa Sander, Cindy Murphy. The
captain is Karen Kimmel and
Tracy Norwood is co-captain.


J.Chr istma

LE=OE now. Wit



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SFlorida First National Bank

at Port St. Joe


I want to thank over 149
people of this little city who
can have the joy of giving
toward a color TV for a little


Early Gift


First


Presbyterian Church

Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756

SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 10:00 A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS .... 11:00 A.M.


Welcome to Everyone

RAYMOND G. WICKERSHAM, Minister
Phone 648-5205


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26o.FieFr
SALT 9


16 ^SWf~^ oz Krf 00Iln


Mrs. Filbert's
Margarine


Deviled
HAM


3/$100


Delmonte
GREEN
BEANS


6oz. 39C
16 oz.


1i Ib.
quarters


8 Oz. Philadelphia
Cream Cheese


Fine Fare Fine Fare
Flake 7 oz. /C LAUNDRY Gallon
COCOANUT 6 BLEACH
Gallon Claxton
Peak $398 FRUIT $450
Anti-Freeze CAKE 3 lb
(


69C


Large Variety of
Christmas
Candy


Delmonte
TOMATO 98
CATSUP 38 oz.


SEE ALL
RICE


3 lb. 99


FroenFods..


Birdseye Lil' Ears
CORN
r Pkg. 99


4 for 99C


BakryDeprten


Sweetheart
Bread


King Size Loaf


Sweetheart HOTDOG or
Hamburg Buns


2/99"
2/99C


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PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, DEC. 7, 1978





Parade Float Winners


Dip'.


The panel of three judges
selected these three floats as
the best in the Christmas
parade Saturday morning.

The float pictured at the top,
entered by the Kiwanis Club
took first place. The Kiwan-
ians used the theme of the
mother reading the Christmas
story to her children on Christ-
mas eve.

The next float, "The Night
Before Christmas, took second
place prize and was built and
entered by the Lions Club.
Two kids were on the float,
fitfully sleeping Christmas
Eve away so Santa Claus can
come.

The bottom picture shows
the entry of Howard Creek
Mission, the Three Wise Men.
The float won third place in
the judging.
-Star photo


"The Bond of Gold" Sets the Pace


Boys on bikes and Go-carts enjoyed themselves


Aluminum Trash for Cash


Residents of Apalachicola'. cember 5 and 19) from 11:30
can earn cash for their house- a.m. until 1:00 p.m., the
hold aluminum during De- Reynolds Aluminum Recy-
cember. cling mobile unit will be at
Every other Tuesday (De- County Dock, Boat Base, Ave-



FIRST

BAPTIST CHURCH

Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue,
REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor
STANLEY E. YOUNG, Minister of Music & Youth

SUNDAY SCHOOL .................. 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORKSHOP SERVICE .... 11:00 A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING ................. 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICES ..... 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:00 P.M.

"Come and Worship God with Us"


nue E and Waters Street, to
purchase aluminum.
Reynolds pays the public 17
cents a pound for their alumi-
num beverage cans and other
clean, household aluminum
items such as pie plates, foil,
frozen food and dinner trays,
dip, pudding, and meat con-
tainers.
Effective December 1, Rey-
nolds Aluminum Recycling
. Company has a new nation-
wide toll-free number that is
an information service re-
garding aluminum recycling.
By dialing 1-800-228-2525,
seven days a week, 24 hours a
day, a person may determine
the most convenient time and
place to receive 17 cents a
pound for their recyclable
aluminum.
Dave Vardell, District Ma-
nager, Reynolds Aluminum


Recycling Co., said, "If you
have any questions about
aluminum recycling, just dial


Monday, Dec. 11
Chili con care with beans,
French fries, orange juice,
baked sliced apples, crackers
and milk.
Tuesday, Dec. 12
Fish with cheese sauce,
steamed rice with butter,
turnip greens, sliced peaches,
cornbread and milk.
Wednesday, Dec. 13
Cheeseburger with bun, let-
tuce, tomato, pickle, French


the toll-free number and a
Reynolds representative will
be glad to help you."


Gulf County

School Lunch



Menus


fries, manager's dessert sur-
prise and milk.
Thursday, Dec. 14
Chicken and noodles, green
lima beans, waldorf salad,
apple crisp, roll and milk.
Friday, Dec. 15
Pigs in blanket, mashed
potatoes, green peas, cake and
milk.
Menus are subject to
change, due to the availability
of food.


Ebonyette's "Toyland Express" 4


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To make your Christmas merrier, David Rich's IGA, in Port St. Joe & Wewahitchka, is giving away
2 TURKEYS a week, plus 2 of the world's largest Christmas stockings. Drawing will be every Saturday
at 4:00 p.m. Drawing for the Stocking will be December 23 at 4:00 p.m. You do not have to be
present to win. _._


COME ON IN AND TAKE AD-
VANTAGE OF OUR GREAT
PORK SALE. WE'RE OFFERING
FINE FRESH PORK AT SPECIAL
LOW PRICES.


M


Prices Good Dec. 6-12,
Wed.-Tues.


Wewahitchk&~!
IBOX
HOLDER


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F,


USDA CHOICE TABLERITE 7I
New York Strip Steak. ........b. $2
We have a large variety of Place your order now.
All Sizes Turkeys and Hams for your Christmas dinner.
Slab Sliced Bacon .......... lb$l18
Pork Loin Roast (LOIN END) l
Boston Butt Pork Roast :UT lb. $109
Cubed Pork Steak (BOSTON BUTT), b. $39


Cudahy Bar S Wieners (REG. AND ALL BEEP) ... 12 oz. PKG. /f


I_ aFRZN FOOD. EPARTMN TSf^^ ^


BANQUET ASSORTED
SUPPERS


IGA Assorted Pizzas.
Morton Pie Shells. .
McKenzie Coconut .
Eggo Waffles. .


LARGE
32 oz.
SIZE


Limit 1
JOY I'D 8T9
LIQUID B20TLE


92SHELL7
U PKOS
a a a 2PKG-79t
w 11 UUloz. PKG. 59*


DAIY EPRTEN


PILLSBURY "BIG COUNTRY"
BISCUITS
IGA Veg. Oleo Quarters.
Orange Juice TROPICANA .
Kraft Cheese Singles .
Sealtest Cottage Cheese.


i


CANS 99
. .. K 49*

2 QTS. 9t
.. $ 19
S PKG
oiCT". a 59t


Chocolate Peanuts. . . PK. $35
Milk Chocolate Cherries . . PKG. $125
Chocolate Drops. . . .Ib. PKG. $109
Holiday Mix. . . 16oz. PKG. 79
Chocolate Peanuts . . PKG. 75'


Glad Trash Bags ......

Nabisco Chip-A-Hoy Cookies


20CT. PKG.


$21!

89'


- ;1' h1 kT a 0 :21 =-": Il Tci a e -iN : [1 -
SALAD BOWL
CELERY
RADISHES
CARROTS Bag g

Lettuce..... .3/ o00
BELL PEPPERS g 4
CUCUMBERS ..... **Bag* *


Fancy POLE BEANS ......
Select YELLOW ONIONS.....
Red Delicious APPLES ......
Cauliflower or Broccoli ......


Vine-Ripened TOMATOES

AVOCADO PEARS.....
Large CABBAGE .....
Tangerines Bag 490 Oi
ju
SOranges $2
,f Fancy 3 lb. tra
/.7 'n lMALI A9


OIRMARiRM


.Lb. 39C
3 Lb. 69
Bag v69
3 LB. 88C
Bag 79
. 79C


3 Ib. 99
Quart Basket 69
.. Large 39C
. . .2/88'
ranges. Doz.79"
iice Navel
!68 $ Bu.
*4 Bu. 2 B.
i69
569C


'4


IGA SLICED OR CRUSHED
Pineapple......
GLAD
Trash Bags.....
MORTONS PLAIN OR IODIZED
Salt .... .....

Prestone Anti-Free


2 No.2 $
CANS
20 CT. $219
. PKG.
26 oz. 9
. BOX

$369
ze 1 Gal.3


der ~Delmonte Raisins. (Limit 3). 13


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DAVID RICH'Se.
FOODLINER.......
Port St. Joe and U.SAt I
WwU.k i84c PAG |
ewahitchka .. P o 3 |


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$149






SPrices Guaranteed December 6-9, 19781


11


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DINNERS


7'. oz.


19'


351


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SIZE BRAND


NATM YOU
BRAND SAVE


iUNAE 9 73 24
SAUCE 291 43' 14*


CREAM CORN"


25C


256


25C


41J


41J


160


29S


160


Busy
Shoppers
Save Time
& Money


FO ETACHIST AS GITS


POAowChPStwin po

CEUE Emm
MA or~ouble am. C~p
CUKE Oil 5z


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"ammm lb

CA~M = 1C


320.


POTAIES
POTATIS


WOOKE DULM.


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Drain Opm
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Super U Stamns a e liven 7o.ulk
Dec. 23. 1976. ims a be releemed
mroumk Jan. 1971.


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While Gold

SUGAR


in


It 1 with $10 or more additional purchase


Bob White


BACON


4


Limit 2 with $10.00 Order


1 Lb.


No Brand

TOWELS


4 PSI
'Ru.


Cut Into Rib Eye Steaks
" Approx. Wt. 15 Ibs.
BEEF RIB SALE
Swift's Premium
T-BONE STEAK


lb'139
lb.. 19


Swift's Premium
CLUB STEAK
Tender
CUBE STEAK


lb. $169
lb. $17


FdaN I9


7.5


FLOUR


urnb.


Frozen TV Chicken, Turkey,
Beef or Macaroni and Cheese
8 Ounce
POT 4$100
PIES FOR


Pet Rit Deep Dish Fraen
PE SHELL 21'


Pet Ri Graham Frozen
PIE SHELL


791


2pdI 89


.Ptllstbury Country Style or a
lUK BISCUITS 4pk 7f9

CREAM CHEESE 12.
TV ChIMed 139
ORANGE JUICE *.=-
Kraft Single Wrp Americn,
Pimento or Swiss 12z 84
CHEESE FOOD 120 "


Fresh
0BEEE CGABAGE


Fancy
CELLO CARROTS
Bunch Green
Fancy
BELL PEPPERS
Small Fancy
CUCUMBERS


m, 15C


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4 w880
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3 $.
14 oZ.
Ilm. ,I


5 b.
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No
Brand
Paper
Towels


4
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Big Roll


Quantity Rights Reervd


Kraft macaroni a
CHEESE

DINNER


Sunset Bold


IM SIZE 1 O NATL YOU
BRAND BRAND SAVE
ILEACH "59 89 30
DETERGENT 39 $143 $104
M.f.,.. 99 $187 '0

DETERGENT 88~ 48' c
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