The star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028419/00267
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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: November 28, 1941
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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System ID: UF00028419:00267

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Port St. Joe, site of the $10,000,000
duPont Kraft Paper Mill and the
St. Joe Lumber & Export Co., one
. of the South's largest Saw Mills.




The Home Newspaper of Northwest Florida's Future Industrial Center

The Star is dedicated to setting
forth the Advantages, Resources,
Attractions and Progress of Port
St. Joe and Gulf County. .


'Smilin'Through' Junior Class Play Editor of Star

To Be Presented Howling Success Truly Thank
~Bv Plavers' Club -Truly Thankful
By Players' Club 'Grandpa's Twin Sister,' Presented
Friday Evening, Gives Audi- e r e
Local Dramatic Organization Will ence Many Laughs has m tis to e
has many things to be
Offer First Vehicle Next The annual o the junior thankful for, such as living
Friday Evening class o the Port Sth Joe high in these free United! States,
class Of the Port St. Joe high
School, "Grandpa's Twin Sister," enjoying an abundance of ex-
Much interest has been shown a three-act farce comedy presented ceptionally good health, and
by the announcement this week last Friday evening in the hig other items too numerous to
-of the coming production of the school auditorium, was literally a m mention. Bt there Is
hilt play, "Smilin' Through," at "howling" success, for the audi-l one thing in particular he
the high school auditorium next ence was kept in a state of con- g ives thanks for-the many
Friday evening, December 5. Spon- tinual laughter by the many comi- friends he has made in Port
.sored by the Players' Club, under cal situations arising during the St. Joe and Gulf county-and
the direction of Neal Smith, the presentation. in particular, those friends
play combines. drama and comedy James Trawick played the title who like to go out into the
into a delightful evening's enter- role of Grandpa Hatcher to per- wilds with toeir trusty mus-
tainment. section, depicting a gruff old man kets in search of venison, tur-
The cast is headed by Pauline with a heart of gold, and was ably key and squirrels.
Owens, who plays the double role abetted and assisted in his various It has been our good for-
of a spirited young lady and a machinations by his granddaugh- tune the past week to dine
sweet old-fashioned, girl. In sup- ter Betty, played by Mary Johnson. on wild turkey, a dish fit for
porting roles, Carolyn Baggett, Two well-played characterizations any king-a presentation of
Louise Pridgen, Albert Gagneux which really were difficult due to Monte Larkin, bless his soui
and Frank LaGrange show real the brogues. were enacted: by Jack -and squirrel as-you-like-it,
talent, Shiver, as a penny-pinching Scotch- at the hands of Ashley Christ-
Music in the mood of the play man, and Madeline Soderberg in mas-to us he could be called
will be furnished by Mary Jean the part of an Irish cook. Santa Claus.
Smith, Virginia Pridgeon and Lenora Johnson as the Widow To both of these nimrods
Christine Charles. Williams, set on getting a fourth we extend our appreciation
The director, Mr. Smith, a memn husband, no matter whom it might t and hope that in future they
her of the high school faculty, be just so it wore pants, carried will bring home well-laden
with wide dramatic training, will off the part to perfection, and Dor- bags on their expeditions.
also appear as a crochety old othy Costin, as the grandniece of r
man. Stage scenery and lighting Grandpa Hatcher, handled the part
will be under the direction of of a rather unscrupluous girl seek-
Charles Brammar. ing a husband for money alone Work MAY Start
As the first production of the. in commendable fashion, ably as-
Players' Club, "Smilin' Through" sisted; in her scheming by Thomas On Canal Bridge
deserves wide patronage, for their Smith as -a smart ;:,iing lawyer. na y
high standards promise a program Fred Norris, playing the part of About January
of great benefit to the student Ralph Wyatt, a young doctor, and
body This year. Mary Johson, as Betty, carried the Letting of Contract Being Held Up
hove interest throughout the play Letting of Contract Being Held Up
-love interest throughout the play
Auto Plates Go and apparently didn't do so bad. Until Steel Priority Require-
Billy Waller took the part of a ments Are Established
On Sale Monday henpecked husband and hadl noth-
ing to say except "Yes, my love" Ih1 reply to a letter from J. L.
to his bossy wife, played by Mary Sharit of this city to the state road
Prices Range From $5 For Midget Earl Helms, until the final scene, department querying when work
Cars to $25 For the whenthe wormturned andbrought will begin on the long-promised
Heavy Ones forth a most emphatic "No!", lit- draw span across the canal at
r--- ally flooring his domineering White City and repaving of the
Uncle Edd Pridgeon, tax collec- wife. terrible stretch of road leading to
.tor for Gulf county, announces All in all, it was an exception- the present floating structure, the
that the new orange-and-blue au- ally well-presented play, and the department replies that "every ef-
tomobile tags for 1942 will be on members of the cast and their fort is being made to obtain the
sale Monday at his office in the coaches are to be commended for earliest construction of this bridge
courthouse at Wewahitchka. an evening of real entertainment. and the six miles of road leading
The prices range from $5 for ---- ----- to it. Steel deliveries on this bridge
midget cars to, $25 for those weigh- GOVERNOR AND CABINET are not available due to priority
ing 4500 pounds or more. Forts, and it will be im-
some cars, notably those in the TO ATTEND STATE C. OF C. irecluirements, and
neighborhood of 8000 pounds, the MEET IN PANAMA CITY poss-ible to let the contract until
I priorities c a n be established.
price of $10 paid heretofore will However, the road will be let
be boosted to $15. The 1941 legis- Governor Spessard Holland and Howeve the rt of Ja l re le
lature revised the tax prices to in- his entire state cabinet have made about the first of January. All pre-
crease annual revenue about $1,- reservations for the silver anniver- liminary work is being speeded up
500,000. annualsay mebeship meeting of the and the necessary funds have been

Besides the new rates, another ) Florida State Chamber of Con- earmarked in the budget."
innovation in tag sales this year merce to be held in Panama City iThat is the reason why we cap-
will be a charge of $1 to anyone next Monday and Tuesday. itaized "MA" in our heaine-
wanting a special license number. I The governor will be the princi- this work as been promised b
-- -* pal speaker at the banquet Mon- the de-partment for two years past,
Only One Barrier to TB day evening. Senator Philip D. and nothing has been done about y
Tuberculosis knows no boun- Beall, p.residentdesignatel of the it. We shouldn't be too optimistic
daries of race, income, age or sex. Florida state senate, will be the about work starting ABOUT Janu-
There is only one barrier tubercu- toastmaster ary first because that "priority i
ss does not cross-that of good alibi will cover almost anything. q
losis does not cross-that of good ---- ---- ---
soundl health. Christmas Seal Called To City From Miami JOHN LARIMORE DIES
funds help build this barrier. Mr. and Mrs. E. Eckles of Mi- Funel s s we hd
Funeral services were held yes- a
--- ----- arrived in the city Wednterday in Wewahitchka for John B
Qunicy Minister Attends Supper day, called here by the illness of Larimore of White City who died
Rt. Rev. Lee and wife of Qunicy their daughter, Mrs. Eddie Gibson. at his home Tuesday night. He is 3
attended the parish supper of the j survived by his wife and several l
St. James Episcopal church held Attend U. of F. Home-Coming children.
Tuesday evening at the Port Inn. M.r and Mrs. Tom Owens and __ __
.. .-- Json, Tommy, returned Sunday Visiting In Connecticut 2
Goes To Hospital from Gainesville after attending Bill Childs left Saturday for h
Mrs. Ed. Gibson was admitted Homecoming at the University of New London, Conn., to be gone for c
to a Panama City hospital Tues- Florida. three weeks. Mrs. Childs accom- a
day for treatment. -----i-- him to~, Tallahassee

SFire Siren to Be

Sounded Dail

One Blast At Noon Deemed Nece
sary to Keep Machine In
Operating Condition'

Starting next Monday, Decemb
1, don't go out looking for a fi
or phone your overworked, tel
phone operator asking her whe:
the blaze is when you hear on
long blast of the fire siren at mi
day-because there won't ,be ar
fire, the sound of the siren mere:
indicating that it's time to knot
off work, go to lunch, or whatever
it is you dio at noontime.
This action was deemed advi
able by city authorities in ordf
to keep the fire siren atop tl
bank building in good working o
der. The noisemaker will be a
lowed to reach its loudest pite
and- then be shut off.
So, starting next Monday, yo
can check your watch at noon b
the siren, for the switchboard oI
erator will secure the correct tim
to the second from the dispatch
at the A. N. railroad' office.

You Will Pay

And Pay and Pay
When the tax collector gets
through with you this year, you'll
learn that in addition to paying a
federal social security tax of tw<
per cent onthe earning's of eaci
employee, ypu must pay $2 per an
num to the state for each employee
in excess of one, as an extra oc.
cupational tax. Where there are
three or more employed, you must
insure them against accident and
injuries. If eight or more are em-
ployed, you pay an unemployment
compensation tax.
Practically every kind of busit
ness using the mails comes under
the federal wage andi hour act. It
it's a corporation there is a state
corporation and federal corpora-
tion tax to be paid, even if your
business operates at a loss. If it
operates at a profit, then there is
income tax. When you are thru
with that, if you have paid your
ad valoerm taxes, special district
taxes, and, license taxes, you may
pay an excess profits tax.,
If you have anything left you
will pay the state $16.25 for license
plate and driver's license on a
light car, and Uncle Sam gets not
a $5 use tax, but $7.09 on the
-ame auto. If you have any money
left, you buy gasoline, not at 7
cents per gallon tax, but a total
of 81/ cents per gallon for thN
state and federal gas taxes.
If you've still got a dollar left
rou can give it to the Redl Cross
and ask the Community Chest to
provide you with food, fuel, cloth.
ng and shelter, as. you are dis-
quafified to work on the WPA, or
perhaps you can join the CIO and
;et strike benefits, on which there
.re no taxes. Possibly the Railroad
3rotherhoods will take you in at
9 per day and let you strike for
0 per cent more, and retire you
ater on a railroad retirement pen-
ion a.t half pay.
Living expenses have increased
6 per cent; cost of dying is too
igh, and only John L. Lewis suc-
cssfully defies the government
nd enjoys immunity.

---- ----- Mrs. B. W. Eells was called to --- -Use Seals Generously
Spend Week-End In New Orleans Memphis, Tenn., last week on ac- The health of a community can Use Christmas Seals generously>
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sharit and count of the illness of her son. be bought with dollars and cents. this year. Every Seal bought helps
son, Joe Jr., spent the week-end Edward, who is attending school Buying Christmas Seals is buying just that much more to tighten
in New Orleans. in that city. our health from tuberculosis, the control over tuberculosis.


46; Carrabelle, 0.
32; Apalachicola, 6.
31; Chattahoochee, 0.
33; Florida High, 6.
26; Frink, 6.
8; Blountstown, 6.
40; Sopchoppy, 8.
42; Altha, 6.
42; Apalachicola, 6.
33; Blountstown, 12.


Closing date for filing applica-
tions for examinations for posi-

tions with the Gulf county health
unit is next Sunday, November 30.
Clerical positions with the health
unit are that of junior crerk and
junior stenographer. Application
blanks may be secured by writing
to the Merit System Supervisor,
State Board of Health, 201 Profes-
sional Bldg., Gainesville, Fla.
Will Spend Holidays With Parents
Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Hallford
left immediately after the Thanks-
giving sunrise service yesterday at
the Baptist church to spend the
holiday with Rev. Hallford's par-
ent's in Slocomb, Ala.
4. -----
Returns From Honeymoon
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Evans re-
turned to the city during the week-
end after a short wedding trip to
New Orleans.
Visiting On East Coast
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. R. L. Carter,
Mrs. J. R. Norton and Mrs. Pete
Bernal and small son left Wed-
nesday morning to visit relatives
in Vero Beach and Kissimmee.
$r ----
Town Closed Tight
Postmaster H. A. Drake had the
town practically to himself yester-
day as business houses closed for
Thanksgiving and everybody and
their dog went a-hunting. The
postmaster took his Thanksgiving
holiday last week.

-~---- -----f----- I

Sharks Complete


SBlountstown 33-12

Local Grid Team Remains Untied
And Undefeated; Should Give
Them Chance at State Honors

Closing their 10-game football
season last Friday1 by defeating
the Blountstown Tigers by a score
of 33 to 12, the St. Joe Sharks
proved themselves the undisputed
six-man football champions of this
section and are now in line to
meet the winning team from South
or Central Florida.
The Blountstown grid team had
the local lads. worried, as propa-
ganda stories had been -trickling
in that the Tigers had greatly im-
proved since their 8 to 6 defeat
here October 24, and a loss would
have tied the Sharks for honors
with Crawfordville. However, the
St. Joe gridimen pitched in whole-
heartedly and gave the Tigers a
worse drubbing than they received
in the first tilt. The only casualty
of the feud was a broken nos0
received, by Gordon Farris, and he
considers- that well worth the
As a reward for their undefeated
season, the entire Shark squad
was taken to the Florida-Georgia
Tech football game held Saturday
in Gainesville.
During the season the Sharks
chalked up 333 points to their op-
posnents' 56,, all games .tini, won
by top-heavy scores, with the ex--
ception of one. Scores follow:

E T T 1

Published Every-Friday at'-Poit St. Joe, FJi.
S by The Star Publishing Company
W. S. SMITH, Editor

Eatered- as Second-class matter, December 10,:
1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe, Florida,
under Act of March 3, 1879.

Subbseription Invariably Payable In Advance
One Year........$2.00 Six Months...... $1.00
Three Months....:.;.:. .65c

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The spoken word is given scant attention;
the printed word is thoughtfully weighed.
-The spoken word barely asserts; the printed
word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word
is lost; the printed word remains.

W7ITH a shooting naval war a very definite
reality, the odds that Florida may get a
sample of so-called "nuisance, raids" have in-
creased greatly, and the need for an orderly,
disciplined population under fire has increased
in like proportion.
We wouldn't care to be called alarmists,

GERMANS NOT SOQ'CCKSURE -:J l C. -1 olleigiansate :
T1, -to ne ...f tl' erm..i. pres, has under- Th' uotih!0b asi.l it fthe mran-' Seenfty e'ie of eahi''00' persons
ci "'i '-1 ,:'ar' .rir-'c a's F ni,-ir aslJ Molly are whose lif e ,i r-.h-- iear in
* ... ir : a C r j -. u -1 c h a n ,- r': t tin c t i c e 1 1 ,i r ,.' .. n 1 i"U-" .. -. i : p a, np e "
n t ,, ...rb r ,' in *1 't,,'ay [..lane, {'he "W ho's Wh1o. In Ameri..a"'-are col- ;'
nt tile .r i ctr .ll eta n that she lege graduate
seemed actually pessimistic as to Germany's loves icr employer, and the itlti,- ...... .--. .: ......
chaic'es."'-'e didn'tt shy'tthit iln i lear 'Wolas," -n :..ei "dt Fibber's mission Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sullivan
obf' course, -but .the-.intimnation. 'was' that -the .when Bergen.learns.,.that he..him- and Mrs. CG :V,. Siinius of Laurel-
'reich had 'a mighty tough job on, her. hand's .sel .wns the controlling interest Hill arrived last Saturday- to be
in th a irnlano comnanv. all mnalkrpe

.and that .victory was. far.away... Perhaps. he
has been reading the predictions of Nostra-
damus, written in the fifteenth century. That
French philosopher-physician, in a collection
of verses called ."Centuries," each division
covering 100 years, has this to say about the
middle of those verses pertaining to the twen-
tieth century: "Nine yeai-s shall the "vege-
tarian hold his rule, then- he will fall into' a
thirst so bloody that a great people, without
faith, without regard of law, ..shall be de-
stroyed by a nation more. easy-going." Hit-
ler, a vegetarian, rose to power in 1932-33.
However, we are wandering from the sub-
ject at hand. It is generally believed in mili-
tary quarters that the blitz technique has
finally failed. It worked with France, Poland,
the Low Countries and elsewhere. But it
didn't work with England, it is. falling down
in North Africa, and,it decidedly isn't work-

Al... ........- ... .---... a, ..... the guests of Mr. and iMrs. U. J.
fdor sparkling situations. ..... li-.:rn. Mr: and -"Mrs. Sullivan.
returned to their' home Monday
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith vis- while Mrs. Simmons is remaining
ited in ..p-alcr i.-l.L Monday. here for a longer. visit.





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but remember what happened a couple of ing with Russia. .',a.* -i*- .^..
years ago when Orson Welles broadcast his The war is becoming more or less stabil-
invasion from Mars program and hundreds ized. It is turning into a war of resources.
of radio listeners fled from their homes in Hitler's prime concern now is to organize
aimless panic? Without discipline, we won- German-controlled Europe into the vast pro-
der what would happen should a few German during machine that the Nazi armies need..
bombers make a nuisance raid on. Florida? And the democracies' prime concern is to out-
A glance at the map shows that Florida has produce him in all fields. To Every Subscriber To
more than 1200 miles of virtually unprotected Winston Churchill's recent statement to TE SR
coastline. It shows too, that the hearthside the effect that the British air force is at last T
of no Florida home is more than 80 miles equal to Germany's is not regarded as brag- TE S
from a seacoast-a mere few minutes' ride gadocio by those who have access to the
in a modern bomber. facts. England has done wonders in building A HANDSOME CHRISTMAS GIFT
We read occasional stories of civilian, de- up air power, and American aid is substantial A HA DSOME CAS G
fense activities here and there over the state, and increasing. The democracies are gaining WITH EACH NEW OR RENEWALSUBSCRIPTION
but since the first enthusiastic organization ground now-but they still have a long way AT THE REGULAR PRICE OF $2.00 PER YEAR
plans when the state defense council was to go.. Hitler's land forces are still the best
first brought forth there has been little or equipped and best trained in the world today This Beautiful, Useful, Durable
no preparation. In fact, we've been wonder- .
ing lately what has happened to the Gulf SOME FAMOUS WRONG GUESSES Lifetime Guaranteed
County Defense Council. A six-year-old lad came home one dayLifet Guara
It takes time to organize all the complex with a note from his teacher in which it wasu IHAMI ILTON PEN
business of civilian defense, time and the ex- suggested that he be taken out of school, as
penditure of considerable energy-and we he was "too stupid to learn." The boy's name Your Choice of Several Colors in
must be far-sighted, for vie prepare today for was Thomas A. Edison. Ladies' or Gentlemen's Size.
the tomorrow which may come six months, Tennyson's grandfather gave him ten shill-
a year, or even two years from today. ings for writing an elegy on his grandmother. We Have But a LIMITED NUM
Complete organization of civilian protee- Handing it to the lad, the old man said: BER OF THESE PENS, so if
tion programs is our best insurance against "There, that's the first money you ever Y You Want one You'd Better
a population stampeded by fright into inac- earned by your poetry, and, take my word Hurry!
tivity-it costs only time and is well worth for it, it will be the last."
the effort. "Ah!" said Zaccheus Greeley, Horace's TO THE FIRST TWENTY
father, when, in a fit of abstraction the boy ,- SUBSCRIBERS
The federal government'is going to collect tried to yoke the "off" ox on the "near" side, j'-
a $5 annual use tax on each automobile, that "that boy will never know enough to get on : Taking advantage of this offer
is if anybody can afford one after paying the in the world. He'll never know more than we will give, in addition, a
new income and other taxes.-Savannah (Ga.) enough to come in when it rains." MATCHING AUTOMATIC
News. Benjamin Franklin's mother-in-law hesi- PENCIL
tated at letting her daughter marry a printer. PEN
SEach salvo of the new battleship Nortlh There were already two printing offices :n
Carolina costs taxpayers $24,750. That's what the United States; and she feared that the Thenwtreained io the aouHamiton Fountai
,en i h ten of the most soughtafter onc-patented features of
is meant by the term "financial boom."-St. country might not be able to support a third. the very high priced pens-push button automatic filling-
Petersur Times. --Your Life Maazine. visible ink gauge-velvet-smooth two-way pen point that writes
Petersburg Times. r e again. either fine or bold as you choose, and is guaranteed forever
against corrosion from acids in ink. Non-clog instant feed that
Thank i tertouotn union ree to a e te insures even flow to the last drop of ink-non-leak inner cap.
Thanksgiving afterthought Little spots of hen union heads refuse to abde by the The barrel and cap are built of sturdy, lustrous unbreakable
gravy spread upon a vest have ruined many decision of mediation boards, they are digging Pyralin pearl in gorgeous colors, and 14-Karat gold plate clip
a man's Sunday best. free labor's grave. If, due to the ruthless tac- Hamilton an ideal pen for soldiers, sailors and aviators.
tics of a few labor leaders,, the mediation
"-. Autos are up: taxes are higher, and food principle must be abandoned, all that will be These Pens and Pencils will make an ideal gift if
pri-es are rising. Only pedestrians and con- left for congress to do will be to pass uncom- you do not care to keep them yourself. Get one to-
sumers are down.-St. Augustine Record. promising laws which will assure the continu- day by subscribing to The Star if you' do not already
ance of defense production, and make strikes 'take the paper, or by renewing your subscription for
Keep smiling! against the nation's safety impossible. a year if you are already a srbscriber. Get two or
More pens, if you like, by taking a subscription tor
Riotous Fun-Fest to be seen at the Port theatre is opposed by Giliersleeve, who is a friend or relative. But HURRY, as we
Sunday and Monday. In its notable trying to interest the manufac- do not know whether we can secure more of these
S nday-Monday cast are Edgar Bergen, Charlie turer in another site. handsome pens when our present limited supply goes
day-J o Jnda McCarthy, Fibber McGee and Molly Bergen promises to Invlte the
SAt Port Theatre and Lucille Ball. plane executive to a banquet per- IF YOU SEND IN YOUR SUBSCRIPTION BY MAIL
SBergen and McCarthy are flying sonally financed by Fibber, but the WE WILL SEND YOU YOUR PEN BY MAIL, BUT
-Fib- Mcaway from romantic pangs due to meddling Charlie, anxious to leave, WE WOULD RATHER HAVE YOU DROP IN
Fibber McGee and Moll,.' Charlie Bergen's secretary getting engaged fakes a telegram from Bergen's AT R AVE Y DR
McCarthy and Bergen Top Cast to his business manager, when secretary stating she is ill. Bergen PERSONALLY FOR A FRIENDLY CHAT
Of "Look Who's Laughing" their plane is forced down in the flies to New York, leaving Fibber
-village of Wistful Vista. holding the bag. Learning of Char-
Romantic mixups, a crooked real i Taken into the home of Fibber lie's duplicity, Bergen returns, vir-
estate scheme that backfires, spec- McGee., Bergen becomes interested tually kidnapirig his secretary so B RS T
tacular thr 11s in a runaway plane in his efforts to induce an airplane she can square him with the Me-
pervade "Look Who's Laughing," manufacturer to locate. The project [Gees atid help defeat Gildersleeve's -





FRIDAY, NOV~MB~R. 28,;irQ4I THE~4TA~,- P-ORT.~. JOE) GUL.F ~ FLQRl.D~,~ PAGBt ~:r*i RiE~!s,

Horace. Keli', :l'sgeptoi und4y, in- .. ... .. ..
Panama City Ysiting ifyie 4. -
.PA.na.it Society Personals e Churches
......0 $3..Per Yeai.
Family Group funeral Protection ST. JA SCHRCH HOLDS BAPTIST WOMEN HOLD: ... PLOT CLUB MEETSS WITH ..and( The Sta
person. Age limits 1 to 0so years. The annual parish supper of the The Baptist Missionary society. The Poft St. Joe Pilot club met $.00 Per Year
Monthly payment $1.00 per family. St. James Episcopal' church was held its regular Royal Service pro- Tuesday evening at the home of
Write for particulars. Solicitors held Tuesday evening at the Port gram at' the church Monday after- Mrs. Geore McLawhon for its BOlTH: OR ON YEARf $4. 2
wanted.: Inn with 28 members present. Af- noon with the.. Ruth Circle in first program meeting., which was OTH FOR 2 YEARS $7.50
AMERICAN BENEFIT COMPANY ter the supper, a short talk was charge and Mrs:. Will Ramsey as m charge of the finance commit-
P. O. Box 3033 Orlando, Florida given by Rev. Frank Dearing. leader. tee.
Robert Bellows outlined the pro- The meeting opened with the The program, using Thanksgiv-
gram for the church for the en- emotionall, Psalm 115, followed ing as the theme, was opened by
DR. J C. CCOE suing year, after which Rev. Dear- by prayer of Thanksgiving by the hostess, who explaied, the filllllill'll
ing introduced the guest speaker \rs. Charles McClellan. Interest- origin and meaning of Thanksgiv-
D E N T IS T for the occasion, Rt. Rev. Lee of ng talks were given by Mrs. P. ing, Miss Josephine Grisley gave
Office Hours: 9 to 12; 1 to 6 Quincy, who. has been a mission- -lollilday, Mrs. E. C. Cason and 'a reading, "Stars Through th
Sunday By Appointment I Perilous Night," Miss- Claryce
Costin Bldg. Port si. Joe ary in Japan for 40 years, and who MIrs W. A. Biggart. Plofin rendered a piano solo, an
gave a delightful and interesting After the program, the meeting hafn rendered a ano solo and
talk on his work andi accomplish- 'as turned over to the president, contest was enjoyed by see
s who could make the most words
Sments during his years spant in \Irs. W. H. Howell, for a short could make the most words
the Far East. I business session, during which t of Tcon n w Ops Daily 2:45, Continuously
The evening closed with the as- ime Miss Myrtice Coody was ap- r iod of ti. The onst was day 1:00 Sunday 1:00
sembly singing the Doxology and pointed third vicee-chairman in won by Miss Chafin. Satu y 10 a S
Rev. Lee pronouncing the benedic- .hairge of the young people's work, vicious ld coue was served by
DR. C. L. RE 16 ERTER tion. t:ter which the meeting was dis- members of the finance commi- SATURDAY ONLY
REGISTERED OPiOMETRIST: missed, tee to the fourteen members pres-
Ritz Theatre Building First Floor TS TH MRS.CR CH M HOST WOMEN
..... ----- A members of the Fireman's Auxill- The last study fro the. book, R. F; .H-allford, Pastor BHMIT NO ..1
ary Thursday afternoon of last "Christian Roots of Democracy," 9:45 a: m;-Sunday School.
week at her home on Monument 'or the Methodist Women's Society 11:00 a. m.-Morning worship. BILL ELLIOTT
LET US FILL THAT avenue. The meeting was called for Christian Service was held at Sermon subject: "Putting Yourself in
PRESCRIPTION to order by the president, Mrs. the church Monday afternoon with In the.Other Person's Place."
\liles Hurlbut, and the regular Mrs. D. E. Marietta as leader. 6:30p. m.-B. T. U. f < S FS
Bring us your next prescrlp- business routine carried out. The meeting opened with a song, 7:30 p. m.-Evening worship.
tion. Only fresh, full quality The members knitted during the followed, by the scripture reading Sermon subject: 'The Conversion HIT NO.. 2
materials are used. Only qual- afternoon and plans were made to Ind prayer by Mrs. J. L. Sharit. of a Religious Man."
e d pharmacist do te ell chances. on a 10-pound fruit- After the devotional, Mrs. Roy If you are not worshipping else-
oake top oe baked by a member of libson rendered a, vocal solo, ac- where, we will be happy to have 'I
LeH ARDY the Auxiliary. 'ompanied at the piano by Mrs. you bring your Bible and the chil
LeHARD't 17 Plans for aiding in the defense "harles Brown. Taking part and dren and worship the Lord with us.
PHARMI T ACY program were discussed, after riding the leader in developing the
Which a social hour was enjoyed program were Mrs. Joe Grimsley, Mr. and Mr. C. J. Sullivan and 'I
annd the hotsess served delicious Mrs. R. W. Smith, Mrs. Billy- Hurl- Mrs. Billy Hurlbut spent Saturday
----....-- -------. refreshments to the members, but and Mrs. R. H. Reddick. n T'allahassee on business. Serial: "JUNGLE GIRL"
R O SM AND The meeting closed with the f *
R M A N D MRS. HOWELL HOSTESS benediction. Mrs. Mattie Yent Revell of Sop-
BO AR D TO J. A. M. CLUB I choppy was the week-end guest of
Mrs. W. H. Howell was hostess DeBERRY-MILTON Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McPhaul. SUNDAY MONDAY
BY THE to the J. A. M: club last Friday. Miss Lois Milton, instructor in
WEEK e0 evening at her: home on Eighth the Port St. Joe schools, was.mar- WORK comes in BOTTLESFIBBER GEE
Street. Fall flowers decorated theIied, last Saturday to Woodrow
Dining Room living room where sewing andI DeBerry, the ceremony being per- clean painted surfaces and MOLLY
chatting were enjoyed utnil a late formed by Judge C. P. Russ at WITH EDGAR BERG
Opento the Public. hour. The hostess then served de- Panama City. ILlLAR
electable refreshments to member Mrs. DeBerry will continue her
Club Breakfast, 6 to 9....25c rest. teaching duties until the close of and
Lunch, 12 to 2.......... the present term. Charlie McCarthy
Dinner, 6 to 8 ...........40c ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL ar e c ar
-, AUXILIARY MEETS Mrs. Louise Maddox and Mrs. M. LUCILLE BALL
--- 'TMerritt of Slocomb, Ala., were the LUCILLE BALL
MR-S. M. 0. FREEMAN Members of the St. James Epis- erritt of Sloco Ala. were the
Corner ReW Ave. and 3rd St. t copal Auxiliary met Monday after- guests last wNeek of Mr. Nora CEN TRATED
Griffin Grocery Building aoon at the home of Mrs. Fred .Ho r PAINT CLEANER
the Curpais to complete final s herl Cornelius VanHorn of Pensacola Harmless to paint and hands. Pour'
the parish supper which was held a little in water, wet surface, wipe
Tuesday eveng e Pot In visited friends in this city Sunday. .and SURPRISE! The Job is Done.
Tuesday evening at the Port Inn. 254 at your Drug. Hardware. Paint.
The regular business routine was r or Grocery Store. if your dealer
arried out, and after the plans Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Larkin spent does not stock send 254 and a 3
were outlined the meeting was the week-end in Bristol visiting stamP ato00ty
er outlined the meeting w relatives. W. B. CHAPMAN Laboratoi Lg
He a imise. Colorado Springs. Colo.
'" f~ffi e \ Sr LEGAL ADVERTISING .--
Howell Hampton of Dothan, Ala., OTIE U FTITPETE SMITH NEWS
I NAME LAW Be Sure It's
Si ple NQ} spent Saturday here visiting with AME LAW Be Sure It's
M--=-s S ] friends. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
0' muscular Notice is hereby given that the GULF COUNTY DAIRY TUESDAY ONLY
O */ Cecil Kelly was a week-end visi- undersigned, pursuant to the "Fic MILK!
P is 'Q Lor in Troy,. Ala. titilous Name Statute," House Bill ADOLPHE NERMW
., No. 1175, Chapter No. 20953, Laws GLORIA SWANSON
of Flirida, 1941, will register with
Mike Hickey of Orlando is the the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in in the year's
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sam- and for Gulf County, Florida, upon urprse story
ford. receipt of proof of the publication
of this no. ice, the fictitious name, .. .
Syou'never have had any to-wit: ST. JOE FISH COMPANY,
of these pains, be thank- Joe Marshall of Apalachicola udider which I am engaged in -
fuL They can take a lot of spent Sunday in this city visiting business at Port Sit. Joe. Florida., :
If you have ever suffered, business enterprise is as follows:
If you have ever suffered, Atlon McKeithen. .
as most of us have, from MIr. and Mrs. J. T. Graves of Dated at Port St. Joe. Gulf
headache, the n t Ne wville, Ala., Mrs. T. B. Jones County, Florida. November 7, 1941. .EDN .SDAY ONLY
PILLS. You will find them and small son Travis of Headlana, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, GULF
pleasant to take ahd unusu- Ala., and Mrs. T. B. Smith of COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN CHAN- CRIMIMALS
ally prompt and effective in Montgomery, Ala., have returned CERY. BEWAREl
action. Dr. ]Vles Anti-Pain to their homes after spending the A. R. Yarborough, plaintiff. vs.
Marjorie H. Yarborough, d'eiendant. Pure! Freosh! Ric 7. Heft comes
Pills are also recommended week-endi here as guests of Mrs. Major naYarborough. dayendant. Pure! Fresh! Rich!
On Monday, the 1st day of De- J.' "iction' ,=,
for Neuralgia, Muscular M. B.' Smith and family. Mrs. comber, 1941. the defendant, Mar WL.oelsozne of mys
Pains, Functional Menstrual Smith retc-ned with them to visit jorie H. Yarborough is required to myste
Pains and pain following for several weeks. appear to the bill for divoi'ce filed I):i-.::': l ty of Mlilk and
tooth extraction. r against her in this cause, and The ].e s u- of Zettiin that
Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills do Star is hereby designated as the
not upset the stomach or leave W. C. Roche, C. J. Sullivan and newspaper in which this border precious sunshi:ne vitamin
you with a dopey, drugged Miles Hurlbut enjoyed a hunting shall be published once a week for --\Vitamin 1). Our milk
Ateeling. trip in Willis Swamp several days four consecutive weeks. .
At Your Drug Store: Witness my hand, and the seal is sunshine in a bottle I
125 Tablets $1.00 this week. of said Court this 31st day of Oc- h
25 Tablets 250 tober. 1941. at Wewahitchka, Gulf S WENDY BAR" i
-ead full dl. Mi'. and Mrs. Gus Creech and |County, Florida.
ptio.. T~e..e!h Creech-spent Thanlseiv- (SECL) Lews RCi.e CoUrt. i cn.a nAND[R$
relies pet visiting Ior(SEAL) i R. HUT JiGuf lConnty Dairy EOli. AINDEIiES
inmqyfin Dofthan, Ala., ist-,n E. Clay Liewis Jr..
relatives. Solicitor for Plaintiff. 11-7-28 ll,



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rAUE rOR Un h a nR, rn UiT. JOe, wLu r COunITI, rS.LmOnA FRIDAnt, IOVEMBERn 28, 41tl
-----.... ...--.....- --- -------- -- --- ------ Coach said they could break trai- a car. PLANS AVAILABLE FOR .
THE TATTLER at Gainesvllle. 8. Prune-A plum that has seen CROSS-CUT POWER SAW
It was hard to tell who was hurt better days.
Buck Waters ........ Editor at the football game Friday-Gor 9. Woman-Generally speaking, Plans for an easy-to-build, low-
BEdon or Margaret C. P. S.-She cost, electrically driven cross-cut
Marigene Smith ...Reporter don Mararet is generally speaking, cost, electrically driven cross-cut
was the one crying. saw to take the backbreak out of
Say Scheffer ...... Reporter 10. Conscience The voice that
ay Sheffer......Reporter What about it, Margie, do you tel you not to something af- the woodpile are now available for
k G7rnts know "G o s Florida farmers.
S Who is receiving pictures from ter you've done it The saw was developed by the
"Sees All, lnows All, Tells California? 11. Bachelor-A man who never U. S. Department of Agriculture
All About Port St. Joe makes the same mistake uwice. d can be operated with a quar-
High School ST. JOE HIGH DICTIONARY 12. Monopolist-One who k aeps ter horsepower electric motor. Ac-
1 ...... I.. Orator-One who is ready to an elbow on each arm of his the- cording to the designers, material
BAND NEWS concert some time after Christ lay down your life for his country. ater seat. for building the saw, less the mo-
By Barbara Edwards mas, 2. Adult-A person who has 13. Punctuality The art of tor, costs about $15. The saw will
The St. Joe high band attended stopped growing at both ends and guessing how late the other fel-lhandle logs up to 15 inches in di-
the St. JoeBlountstown football THRU THE KEYHOLE! has started growing in the middle. low is. ameter, and is mounted on small
game in Blountstown last Friiday It seems to us that J. H. is 3. Bore-One who Insists upon 14Illegibility-A doctor's pre- wheels so that it is easily mov-
afternoon and at the half a drill slipping with G. F.-"Sissy" we talking about himself when you scription written with a postoffice able.
exhibition was given, mean. want to talk about yourself, pen in the rumble seat of a car. Free plans for construction are
Our Bandmaster, Mr. Wood, is Better watch Jimmy, Mary. He 4 C g w a g --- available from the Bureau of Agt
attending the Florlda Badmas- has sure been looking at B. J. S. Co-edA girl who also goes Freedom of religion; freedom of ricultural Chemistry and Engineer-
ters' Clinic'being held in Daytona Julaine, where did that phone the press; freedom of person un- ing, U. S. Department of Agricul-
Beach today and tomorrow, call come from Friday night?. 5. Love The feeling that der the protection of habeas cor- ture, Washington, D. C.
Mr. Wood has chosen ten of the Fay sure seems to be happy makes a woman make a man make pus; and trial by juries impartial- ------
most outstanding musicians of the lately. Could "Chris" have any-, a fool of himself. ly selecttd-these principles form Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cummings
band from among whom several thing to do with it? 6. Nudist-A person who goes the bright constellation which has of Bloutnstown spent the week-eni
will be selected to represent the What junior girl said that Coach coatless and. restless and wears gone before us, and guided our in Port St. Joe as guests of Mr.
band at the clinic to be held in was the best looking WHITE man pants to match. steps through an age of revolution and Mrs. George Suber.
Apalachicola December 5 and 6. on earth. Eh,, H. W.! 7. Married Man-A man who and reformation.-Thomas Jeffer--
The band expects to present a The boys sure were glad that has two hands with which to steer son. Advertising doesn't eost-it pays!




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