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VOLUME XVII Single Copy Sc PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1953 $3.00 Per Year NUMBER 9
VOLUME XVII Single Copy 8c PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1953 $3.00 Per Year NUMBER 9
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by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
This football' sort of takes the
wonder -out of conversation. Walk-
ing down the street, wherever you
see a group gathered around talk-
ing you can bet your bottom dol-
lar the topic of conversation is
football. Any other time of the year
one would have to stop and listen
for a few minutes to get the topic
of conversation which usually runs
in the category of business, the
weather, politics or some such sub-
ject, but this gaine called football
gets everyone to thinking on the
Speaking of football, we remem-
ber back at the first of the season,
editor Wallace Finlay of the Coun-
ty Record in Blountstown came
out in his column called, "Musings"
and flatly warned Blountstown foot-
ball fans against placing their hopes
too high for the Tigers chances this
year, because as far as he could
see, they had nothing but small
inexperienced boys to try to get in-
to shape for the years to come.
And now these boys have just flat-
ly made a liar out of Editor Fin-
lay by piling up an enviable record
for this season.. But then maybe
Wallace was just trying to throw
these schools off guard around
The man we woud un:t .i :e to
-trad.a .LL Ei.E--JT Ren-a
son. That e1of is "up .1 sruin '"-
Did you ever have a fair in your
front yard? It's something, I'll tell
you. We really didn't mind it
though until Saturday when we get
one of our two full night's sleep
during a week and we had !to lis-
ten to the bingo game (which is
illegal in the State of Florida) go-
ing full blast until 2 in the ayem.
That got on our nerves. And of
course there was the inevitable
"Daddy give me some money" ev-
ery time the merry-go-round start-
ed up or each time the candied ap-
ple booth opened up. We even won
something at the fair We received
a $50.00 certificate toward the pur-
'chase of a television set from the
Faile's; Appliance Co. Now all we
nee! is the other $300.00 to go with
it and we can have television right
here in- our own living room. The
most comiical thing we saw at the
fair was Mrs. Fred Maddox running
around wearing a button inscribed
"Antique Zola Maddox". Now this,
meant that "Miss' Zole" was run-
ning the antique display and in no
way was supposed to implay that
the said Mrs. Maddox was part of
the exhibit. She stated toward the
end of the fair though, that she
was beginning to feel like one of
,Foy Scheffer was selling merry-
go-round tickets like hot cakes one
night by loudly bawling, "step iight
up arid see the'monkey in the cage".
Well, everyone came close to see
the monkey and. only saw Foy. It
was kinda hard to distinguish he
difference though, now that you
We suppose you have noticed
that the Republicans have painted
the post office. How do you sup-
pose that happened when they are
howling "economize" with every
breath they draw. But still the taxes
are too high to pay. We wish we
could afford to pay taxes. When
do you suppose they'll get around
to putting taxes on a dollar down
and 50c a week
School Board Refuses Railroad t f ofti 1
To Light Football Field Uiroa0 Starts Construction of 15
A delegation of the Shark Boos-
ters Club of Port St. Joe consisting
of Daive Maddox, Milton Chafin, An-
M tr. .M t .., ii D l B ig,,,n, qn
ulrew LIar L Ue 1 1r* I igmanll anl I
Dr. Bob King appeared before the
Gulf County School Board. attheir
regular meeting Tuesday morning
in Wewahitchka to appeal to the
School Board to aid in lighting the
new football field in Port St. Joe.
The group asked for about $5,000.
to buy and install the necessary
Florida Forest Service
Completes Training Course
The Florida Forest Service has
just completed a training program
with the personnel of the Gulf
County Fire Control organization
according to county ranger H. A.
lights on the field. The board told Hardy.
the delegation that the School The training was composed of
Board budget could not stand an map reading and fire suppression.
expenditure of this amount above Hardy stated to the Star that thru
,the regular set budget at this time. these schools -the men get better
The board chairman, J. B, Harris, ideas and ways to meet the on-com-
stated that the Schools were being ing fire season, also better ways to
run on a slim budget and it was suppress forest fires.
-the opinion of the board that theyI The men were also givne a -short
they just couldn't undertake this course in Farm Forestry work so
project at the present time. they may help the small landown-
The board would make no cor- ers with their farm forestry prob-
mittments on next year's budget lems. These schools are a yearly
which will be drawn up in July of program with the forest service
next year. personnel.
Man and Son Fall From Shrimp Boat
Drown In Intracoastal Canal Monday
T. J. Williams. 49 and his son,-18, cries of help and he made an at-
were drowned in the White City tempt to dislodge the boat, which
Canal liqnday morning in the wee was still running and go in aid of
hourl-c.ftithe morning while tran what he presumed were. his coim-
jportin-- a shrimp boat from Apala- rades. Billy could not operate the
a,- i'.4- B:'. in Pat-aruii City. boat but t-hrbough r'ai,' 3. jd -rdo
The two mien, both from E-st Bay managed to bring .the boat about
and their nephew, Billy- Hidle, 14 and proceed toward the direction
were making the trip when Billy of the distress .cries. Billy stated
grew drowsy and fell asleep. He that he searched for the two men
was awakened by a jar suddenly but could find no trace.
and discovered that the boat had Not knowing the canal and not
run aground against the Canal bank knowing where he was nor in
and that he was alone the boat. which direction the nearest help
:,t.... 4ii ^; ~., ^ .^^... ^. w. was 'lhe decided to nronned in the
Bil1 SLALted LIdL th t lieiheard LdillL
11 1 IU V I lt
,direction in which the boat was
heading which hannened to h, to
Ne th COUnH Me S ward the White City Bridge.
To Sta ealt Upon arrival at the bridge, Billy
T Start eat Survey made his way to Harper's Store
about 4:00 a.m. and called relatives
Mrs. Robert Tapper and Mrs. C. in Panama, City and upon their .r-
G. Costin, ISr., were hostesses, rival, Sheriff Byrd Parker was no-
Thursday evening at the Florid'a tified.
Power Lounge at a meeting of the Rescue operations were stymied
Port St. Joe Health Council. The for about 12 hours however, since
meeting was for the benefit of the the boy was in a state of shock
captains and workers who are con- and couldn't remember from which
ducting this county-wide health sur- direction he had approached the
vey. bridge. After a little rest the boy
Doctors instructing the workers was able to determine about where
in obtaining the information' for he had fallen asleep and the search
the survey were Dr. Albert Ward, was on.
Dr. Wayne Hendrix and Dr. Wil- George Harper of White City
liam Wager of Port St. Joe; Dn found the spot where the boat went
Harold Canning of Wewahitchka aground about four miles up the
and Dr. Warren Weathington, Idi- Canal west of White City and Navy
rector of the County Health De- divers found the bodies of the two
apartment of Apalachicola. men about fifteen minutes later.
It has not been determined
The survey: began this past Mon- It has not been deterred
The surveybegn tis past Mon- why the two men fell out of the
day and will continue' until every boat.
family in the county has been con-
tacted. Your cooperation in answer-:.
ing these questions, when the work- ha D f t
ers call upon you, is asked. A com- Sharks Defeated By
plete picture of health conditions The S. Joe Shrks lost to a
in the County will be made in or- strog town team last Fr
strong Blountstown team last Fri-
der 'that specific plans toward d Blountstown b a 1 -
day night in Blountstown by a 13-6
health improvement can be made.
Mrs. Alton Dendy and her group The Sharks received the opening
of captains and workers are doing kickoff and fumbled the ball on
an excellent job. Captains appoint- the first play of the game on their
ed are, Mrs. F. M. Hall, Mrs. J. J. own 9-yard line but managed to
Larimore and Mrs. Ruby Gilbert, cover a Tiger fumble two plays lat-
Mrs. Franklin Jones, Mrs. Roy er deep in Shark territory. St. Joe,
Gaskin, Mrs. Chauncey Costin, Mrs. unable to gain ground, was forced
Bill Whaley, Mrs. Durel Brigman, to punt. The Tigers received the
Mrs. Joel Lovett, Mrs. Jimmie Mc- punt on the Shark 48-yard line and
Neill, Mrs;, Leonard Belin and Mrs. two plays later halfback Bobby
B. B. Burke. Rooks went through the Shark line
and ran 48 yards to score.
Send The Star to a frien.L Fullback Jimmy Kearse ran off
Blueprints Are Being Drawn For
Construction of Overpass
The Apalachicola Northern Rail-
road Company this week began lay-
ing a. series of tracks across the
highway at the Paper Mill wood
yard. These tracks are only tihe
first of approximately 15 cross-
State Beekeepers Meet
In Blountstown, Wewa
'The Florida State Beekeepers
Association will hold its annual
-meeting in Blountstown and in
Wewahitchkaon November 5 and
6, according to R. L. Leath, state
Leath, who is Calhoun County's
leading honey man, said beekeep-
ers from all 67 counties are expect-
ed to start swarming into these
communities late Wednesday. On
Thursday, the apiarists will have
their annual business session in
A real treat is in store for the
visitors Friday. They will be taken
on a tour of boney stand., mount-
e. ..,:'. iWll'forna'-, Iap and down
tie Apalachhil:.la Piver. This syi,
tern of gathering tupedl' honey
which has been the subject of
magazine articles and movie shorts
will be "something new for our vi-
sitors from down the state", Leath
Gulf and Calhoun counties are
planning other festivities to make
ings that will be laid across the
highway within the next few
AN Superintendent, J. L. Sharit
stated that freight demands of the
expanded paper company facilities
prompted the move to provide bet-
ter and more service.
'Sharit stated that in the past the
railroad moved approximately 55
cars per day through the local de-
pot, but that demands now make
the freight traffic jump to about
150 cars per day or practically tri-
ple what it has been in the past.
This of course calls for expan-
sion. To meet the demands the
railroad has constructed a whole
new freight yard, containing some
seven miles of track. This yard is
located to the.north of the present
yard on the north side of the col-
lored section of, the town. The
new yard stretches for about two
miles with most of the yard con"
training five rows of tracks to facili.
tate the make-up" of trains and to
increase tfe flow" of traffic. The
tracks blossom out jsist before they
reach .Highway, q8 ad -'.- *.-Z.-,-'
the highway :some 15 ;times, all" in
the vicinity of the wood yards of
the St. Joe Paper Company.
,Sharit stated that such a move
was necessary in order to serve the
mill in the necessary locations.
An overpass is in the offing for
the tracks. The State Road Depart.
i,,nnt is norC noni mletinz to-h bhln.
I'- we L ulnow cupiein Lpe g e ue-
the visitors to the "Valley of the prints for the overpass and it will
Apalach" enjoy themselves and be an actuality in the next few
feel at home. years. During this time however,
the railroad is taking every precau.
School Board Trustees tion possible to make, the tracks
Named In Light Ballot safe and to keep the highway open
-as much as possible to public traf-
R. D. Lister, Mrs. Alma Jones fic.
and Floyd Hunt were elected as ISharit stated that the new freight
School Board Trustees in a very yard would allow the make-up of-
light ballot Tuesday in an unop- long trains without crossing the
posed election, highway to do so. In the past a long
The Trustees have. the job of train had to cross highway 71 in
approving teachers to be hired for its makeup and tied up traffic for
the County School System and re- as long as 20 minutes at a time.
commend replacements. This was necessary, according to
Also voted on in the ballot was AN officials due to the fact that it
the approval of the 7 mill operation- takes a long train about 20 min.
al fund for the County School utes to pump up its air brakes.
Board. 'The new crossings over Highway
-__ L__ 98 will create a traffic hazard but
Guests From Georgia 'the railroad is asking the cooper-
Janice Nell Gaskin, young daugh- action of each motorist until mea-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gaskin was sures can be taken to assure safe
the week end guest of her aunt and traffic.
uncle, Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Griffin, A growing railroad means a grow.
in Bain'bridge, Ga. ing city.
Blountstown, Play Graceville Tomorrow
tackle for the extra point. The Ti- of the ball-carrying. the Sharks
gers then kicked off to St. Joe and drove to the opponents 6-yard line
halfback Joe Richards, who receiv- where Richards scored around left
ed the kick, slipped and fell trying end, with the aid of a beautiful fake
to toss a long lateral to halfback by quarterback Jo% Adams. Frank
Leslie Coker. Blountstown again Dennis's kick for the extra point
I recovered on the Shark 9-yard line was blocked. Neither team was able
and the first quarter ended. to score in the second half, and the
On the second play of the second 'score at halftime, Blountstown 18,
period, Rooks went six yards off 'St. Joe 6, was the final score. St.
tackle to score the Tiger's second Joe drove some 70 yards during
and final TD. Halfback Coker re- the final quarter, only to fumble
ceived the Tiger kickoff deep in St. the ball on the Tiger 20-yard line.
Joe territory and made a beautiful Scoring for St. Joe. touchdown,
run to the 50-yard line, almost Richards; Scoring for Blountstown,
breaking away for a TD. With full- Touchdown, Rooks 2, Conversion,
Back McCall and Cokei' doing most Kearse, 1.
~AGETWO-rHESTA, P~T S. JO. GLF OUNT. FO~iD THRSDA, NVEMBR 5 11
Personals Clubs Churches
Mrs. Ocyle Munn, Editor Phone 166
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Hallowe'en Party Held
At Tallev Residence
Entertain With Party
At A. L. Ward Home
Misses Marie Talley, Sandra Mer- Misses Betty Ward and Ann Mil-
cer and Crista Duren were joint ler entertained Saturday night
hostesses at a Halowe'en party, from 5:30 to 8:30 in the home of
Saturday night from 5:30 to 8:30 Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Ward on 16th
p.m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Street with a Halowe'en Party.
Fennon Talley on Hunter Circle. The sun porch and dining room
The party was held on the front was beautifully decorated with
1awn. Lanterns of different colors pumpkins, witches, and ghosts in
were suspended from the pine trees miniature.
in the yard. On one side of the yard, Several games were played and
a huge pumpkin had been placed bobbing for apples. After refresh-
for the game of "pinning the nose ments of hot dogs, cokes and po-
on the pumpkin". Another game of tato chips the group joined .with
"rolling the peanut" was enjoyed. others in celebrating the Hallowe-
Prizes for being the winner of en custom of "Trick or Treat".
these games were Dianne Lay and j Those enjoying the party were
Barbara Eells. Edward Smith, Mary Evelyn Garra-
Prize for the best costume went way, Sonny Chafin, Mary Jane Bob-
to Gail Gill. Refreshments of bitt, Alex Gaillard, Brenda Ward
punch, cup cakes, hot dogs and and Ed Bobbitt.
slaw was served by the hostesses t t
assisted by Mrs. Fennon Talley. MRS. WALL HOSTESS TO
Invited guests were Dianne Lay, TUESDAY BRIDGE CLUB
Gail Gill, Sarah Linda Richardson, rs. Chrles Wall as hoses
Carol Lee Armstrong, Barbaira
Carol Lee Armstrong, Barbara to the Tuesday afternoon bridge
Eelsl, Patricia Smith, Dianna Mc- club in her home of Palm Blvd.
Knight, Dianne Gilbert, Kathleen
Dowd and Ray Lapeyrouse. Prizes for the afternoon went to
After refreshens, the other Mrs. Byron Eells, Jr., Mrs. Victor
ennderson, Mrs. Earl Atchison and
children in "Trick or Treat"'. I-rs. B. Scisson.
t*o O Mrs. Gannon Buzzett, Mrs. Frank
Mrs. Al Smith has just recently Hannon, Mrs. Joe Johnson, Mrs.
returned home after being in Sara- Gus Creech, Mrs. Bill Whaley and
sota during the illness and death Mrs. Roy Gaskin completed the
of her mother. tables.
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Garden Club To Sponsoi
by Mrs. Kenneth Brodnax
Two weeks from today the Por
St. Joe Garden Club will agaii
sponsor the School of Flower Ar
rangement and Horticulture for the
third consecutive year.
On November 19 and 20 at the
Episcopal Parish House, course
number three will be conducted by
two excellent conductors, J. N. Cre
vasse, Jr., of Gainesville and Mrs
Guy Yaste of Pensacola.
Mr. Crevasse, campus superin-
tendent of the University of Flor-
ida will lecture on horticulture on
Thursday and Mrs. Yaste will have
charge of the study on flower ar-
rangements the day following.
The two classes will be on No-
vember 19 and 20 from 9 to 11 a.m.
and from one to three in the af-
,Saturday morning, November 21
an examination on the work study
will be held for all attending.
*The public as well as all garden
club members are invited to at-
tend the school.
New home owners who are inter-
ested in beautifying their property,
flower enthusiasts, and those who
wish to learn the art of flower ar-
ranging will find this course enter-
esting, highly educational and worth
The admission fee is $1.00 per
day and 50e for the examination.
Mrs. Sam Neel Is
Honored With Shower
Mrs. Sam Neel was honored with
a stork shower Thursday, October
22 at the Florida Pdwer Office.
Hostesses for the occasion were
Mrs. L. Wr. Cox, Mrs. Randal Pad-
gett and Miss Mildred Slaughter.
Games were played with prizes
going to Mrs. Harold Pitzl and Mrs.
James Hortoq.-After the games the
hbnoree opened gifts from the fol-
lowing: Mrs: Lonnie Bell, Mrs.
Bill Fleming, Mrs. Harold Pitzl,'
Mrs. Bill Rich, Mrs. Clifford
Tharpe, Mrs. E. L. Ellis, Mrs. Gen-
nita Mallett, Mrs. E. C. Cason, Mrs.
G. W. Padgett, Mrs. M. H. Conner,
Mrs Thomas Webb, Mrs. Kathy
Kingsbury, Mrs. A. C. Stephens
Mrs. George Davis, Mrs. N. E. Dees,
Mrs. James Horton, Mrs. E. J. Rich.
Mrs. W. W. Ensley, Mrs. Donnie
O'Brien and Mrs. P. B. Fairley. Jr.
Those unable to attend but send-
ing gifts were: Mrs. P. B. Fairley.
Sr.. Mrs. T. R. Weeks. Mrs. B. W.
Wilder. Mrs. Buford Griffin, Mrs.
J. F. Pitts, Mrs. L. Z. Henderson.
Mrs. L. J. Keels. Mrs. John Mc-
Kenzie. Mrs. J. E. Hallman, Mrs.
W. I. Carden. Mrs. W. P. 'Roche,
Mrs Grady Keels, Mrs. C. G. Costin.
Mrs. C. A. MIcC'e!nan. M:'. J. 0.
Bag-.get-.'. rs. yra Lancaster, the
Junior Clas,. E!iie Ford. Mrs. Xv.
P. Dockery. IMrs. Perry Elliott. Mrs.
Woodrow Shoots. Mrs. Nelson
Gardner. Mrs. George. Wimberly.
Sr., Mrs. George Wimberly. Jr..
Mrs. Asa Montgomery, Mrs. I Pi
Love. Lois Jean Baxter, Mrs. T.
J. Campbell and Mrs. Joel Loveit.
Highland View Young
Adults Elect Officers
The young adult Sund-ay school
class of the Highland View Baptist
Mission met at Mrs. E. R. DuBose
home on Eighth Street to organize
and select officers. Those elected
President, Donald Parker; vice-
president, Olin Roney; fellowship
chairman. Emile Guillot; secretary,
Annette Parker; assistant secre-
tary, Mrs. Gene Clark; visitor chair-
man, Talmadge Bonds.
Affer the business meeting a
;roup enjoyed Coca-Colas, pie, po-
ato chips. Annette Parker was in
charge of the social hour.
Mrs. Garland Lawrence and Mrs.
lenry Lillius returned Tuesday
from Atlanta, Ga., where they at-
ended the Spring Fashion Show.
Story Hour Sponsored Highland View Jr. G. A.'s
At Library Saturday Meet at Church Monday
Does little Junior or Susie al- The Junior.G. A. of the Highland,
ways seem to be in your way when Vir-w Baptist Mission met at 4:15
you want to do your week's shop- Monday afternoon with 16 mem-
ping or house cleaning? Well here's hers and two visitors present. The
your chance to be rid of them for meeting was
a while. by the preside
A story hour is being sponsored giance was g
t'r your convenience every Satur- watchword.
day morning from 9 to 10. Stories The girls t;
will be read, records played and editions of K(
fun for all.
fun for mission book,
All children eight years of age The meeting
or under are invited to attend. t ence prayers.
opened with prayer
ent and the G. A. Alle-
iven along with the
walked about the con-
orea and Mrs. Belle
two chapters of their
"My Two Countries".
g was closed with sen-
$1.00 Down Specials!
5-Pc. DINETTE SUITE 49.50
Mattress or Box Springs $49.50
SOFA BEDS ----- $69.50
OFFER GOOD UNTIL NOVEMBER 14
Modern Furniture Co.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
** SOS ***....:*s **e*~t as a a a.
Your name in this ad entitles
you to one free ticket any day
this week pt this theatre.
ESTER C. BARTEE
S GEO. W. PARRISH
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
MONDAY and TUESDAY
Wednesday & Thursday
I -4- fN EU 'I
k#H8k~# EDMCUND GWIERN
joi:N vinr Pt-imp. Il
hU.9 0 MANrlL~fLL
Go by our Snack Bar and
:heck your ticket stub num-
ber with the ones on display
there. If they match, you re-
:eive a free pass.
Ne will call 5 persons each
light. If they can name the
;how playing at our thea-
re that night, they will re-
-eive a free pass to the St.
Joe Drive-I3 Theatre
Robert A."va I
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-rHE STAR, PORT ST. JOE. GULF -COUNTY. FLORiDA
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1:;3
THRDY NOEBR5 93TESAPR T OGL ONY LRD
Homemaking Winners--Gulf County Fair
PREMIUM LIST OF WINNERS IN berry Jam, $1.00; 1st, HAckleberry,
HOMEMAKING D E P ARTMENT $1.00; 1st, Blackberry Juice, $1.00;
OF GULF COUNTY FAIR 1st, Peach Jelly, $1.00; 1st, Chochet-
Mrs. O. N. Griffin, 1st, Grape Jel- ed Cape and hat, $2.00; 2nd Cu-
ly, $1.00; 1st, Peas, $1.00; 2nd, Beef, cumber Pickles, 75c; 2nd, Relish,
75c; 3rd, Mincemeat, 50c; 3rd, Ap- 75c; 3rd, Huckleberry Jam, 50c;
ple Jelly, 50c; 3rd, Tomatoes, 50c. 3rd, Peach Pickle, 50c.
Mrs. Annie Cook, 2nd, Grape Jel- Mrs. E. C. Harden, Sr., 1st, Pear
ly, 75c; 2nd, Pear Preserves, 75c: Preserve. $1.00; 2nd, Pear Pickle,
2nd, Butter Beans, 75c. 75c; 2nd, Knitted Sicks. 35c: 3rd.
Mrs. John Griffin, 1st, Relish, Eggs, 50c; 3rd, Sewing Box, $1.00;
$1.00: 2nd, Fig Preserves, 75c; 2nd. 3rd. Cake. 50c.
Beets. 75c: 3rd. Grape Jelly. 50c: Mrs. P. G. Hart, 1st, Beets. $1.00:
3rd, Quince Preserves. 50c; 3rd, 3rd, Pear Pickle, 50c.
75c. $2.00; 2nd, Tablecloth, $2.00.
Mrs. William Roemer, 1st, Pear Mrs. S. B. Brown, 2rd, Butter-
Jam, $1.00; 1st, Fig Preserve, $1.00; beans, 50c.
1st, Scarf, 75c; 1st, Sack Luncheon Mrs. Charles Whitfield, 1st, Snap
Set, $1.00; 2nd, Strawberry Pre- Beans, $1.00; 1st, Pot Holder, 50c;
serves, 75c; 2nd, Carrots, 75c; 2nd, 1st, Costume Accessories, $1.00;
Costume Accessories, 75c; 3rd, 2nd, Pear Jam, 75c; 2nd, Sauer-
Sack Article, 75c; 3rd, Cake, 50c. kraut. 75c: 2nd, Clown. 75c; 2nd,
Miss Viola Land, 1st, Pepper Candle Holders, 50c: 2nd, Child's
Sauce, $1.00; 2nd, Watermelon Rind Turtle Toy. $1.00; 2nd. Cake. 75c:-
Preserves, 75c: 3rd. Huckleberries, 3rd. Peach Jam, 50c: 3rd. Fig Jam,
50c; 3rd. Field Peas. 50c. 50c: 3rd. Child's Garment, 75c; 3rd,
:\Irs. T. H. Hill. 2nd. Blackberry.
75c; 3rd. Squash, 50c.
Girl's Dress. 75c; 3rd. Aluminum
Peaches. 50c. I Mrs. Homer Coe, 1st. Pear Jelly, Mrs. Edna Hardy. 1st. Pears. Mrs. James Guilford. 1st, Peaches
Mrs. L. J. Joines, 1st, Huckleber- $1.00; 1st, Mincemeat, 1 pt.. Sl.00: '1.0i: 1st. House Dress, 82.00: 2nd, $1.00: 1st.'Cucumber Pickles..$1.00:
ry Jam, $'.00: 1st, Blackberry. $1.00 2nd. Peaches, 75c; 3rd, Pear Jam, Corn. 75c: 2nd. Greens. 75c: 2d. 2nd. Evening Dress, Sl.00; 1st,
2nd, Peach Pickle, 75c; 2nd, Black- 50c. Apron. 50c; 2nd, House Dress.$1.00 Suit. $2.00; 2nd. Baby'c Garment,
berry Jelly, 75c; 3rd, Pears, 50c; Mrs. C. E. Glass, Jr.. 1st, Greens, 2nd. Bread Basket. 75c: 3rd, Pear 75c; 2nd, Book Ends, 75c; 3rd, Ap-
3rd, Peach Jelly, 50c; 3rd, Black- $1.00: 2nd, Tomatoes. 75c: 2nd. Preserves 50c: 3rd, Cucumber Pick- ron, 35c; 3rd. Eggs, 50c.
berry Juice, 50c; 2nd, Fig Jam, 75c. Field Peas', 75c: 3rd, Pear Jelly. les, 50c: 3rd, Sauerkraut, 50c: 3rd, iMrs. C. D. Borders, 1st. Scarf,
Mrs. J. A. Glenn, Ist, Peach Pick- 50c. Dressy Dress, 75c; 3rd, Covered Jar, $1.00; 2nd, Pepper Sauce, 75c; 3rd,
le, $1.00; 1st, Fig Jam, $1.00: Ist. Gail Whitfieid, 1st. Strawberry 25c. Hot Mat, 25c.
Hot Mat, 75c; 1st, Clown, $1.00; Preserve. $1.00; 1st. Sauerkraut. Mrs. Jimmye Anderson, Ist. Wa- Mrs. Ottis Smith, 1.st. Squash,
2nd, Huckleberry Jam. 75c: 2nd, $1.00: 2nd, Peach Jam, 75c: 2nd. termelon Rind Preserves, $1.00. $1.00; 2nd, Soup Mixture. 75c.
Pears. 75c; 2nd, Blackberry Juice. Snap Beans. 75c: 2nd, Hot Mat. Mrs. James Rish. Sr., 1st, Table- Mrs. Nadine Robertson, 3rd, Beets
75c; 2nd. Peach Jelly, 75c; 2nd, Rel- 35c; 2nd. Girl's Skirt. $1.00; 2nd. cloth. $3.00; 3rd, Watermelon Rind 50c; 2nd, Pajamas. $1.00: 2nd,
ish, 75c; 2nd, Garden Peas, 75c: Shirt. 75c. Preserves, 50c; 3rd. Pepper Sauce, Child's Dress, $1.00; 2nd. Young.
2nd, Aluminum Tray, 75c. Mrs. T. B. Page, 2nd, Huckle- 50c; 3rd, Meat (sausage). 50c. Child's Garment. $1.00.
Mrs. WV. L. Horton. 1st, Huckle- berry. 75c: 2nd. Grape Preserve, Mrs. O. C. Hammonds, 1st. Table. Mrs. N. E. Dees, 1st, Copper Wall
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Corner Highway 98 and 4th Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1963
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF CO-UNTY! FLORIDA
Hanging, $1.50; 2nd, Copper Wall
Hanging, $1.00; 2nd, Scarf, 75c;
2nd, Bag, 75c; 2nd, Lamp, $1.00;
3rd, Tablecloth, $1.00; 3rd, Doily,
Mrs. Charles Gibson, 2nd, Af-
ghan (crocheted), $1.00; 2nd, Gar-
ment (crocheted), $1.00.
Mrs. Jim Sealey, 3rd, Crocheted
Mrs. H. R. Maige, 1st Hooked
Rug, $1.50; 1st, Needlework Wall
Hanging, $1.50; 2nd,. Needlework
Wall Hanging, $1.00.
Miss Sara Sealey. 2nd. Hooked
Mrs. M. D. Whitaker. 1st, Em-
broidered Tablecloth,. 1.00.; 2nd,
Embroidered Pillow Case's, 75c;
3rd, Wall Hanging, 75c.
Mrs. Johnny Sikes, 2nd, Embroid-
ered Table Cloth, 75c: 2nd, Girl's
Dress. $1.00; 3rd, Baby Garments,
Mi's. Mary Louise Smith, 1st, Cut
Work Scarf. $1.00: 2nd. Embroider-
ed Luncheon Cloth, 50c; 2nd, Cut
Work Scarf, 75c; 3rd,. Cut Work
Scarf, 50c; 3rd, Lampshade. 75c.
Mrs. Annie Dickens, 1st, Cake,
Mrs. Tapper, 3rd, Scarf, 50c.
Mrs. G. S. Croxton, 1st, Embroid-
ered Pillow Cases, $1.00; 1st, Cut-
work Pillow Cases, $1.00; 1st, Ap.
ron, $1.00; 2nd, Dressy Dress, $1.00.
Mrs. S. C. Pridgeon, 2nd, Cut
Work Pillow Cases, 75c; 3rd, Em-
broidered Pillow Cases, 50c.
Miss Dorothy Pate, 2nd, Looper.
Pot Holder, 35c.
Judy Hodges, 3rd, Skirt, 50c.
Mrs. Max Kilbourn. 1st, Child's
Mrs. Wester, 1st, Girl's Dress,
$1.00;, 2nd, Eggs, 75c; 3rd, Sack
Article, 50c; 3rd, House Dress, 75c.
Mrs. Henley, 3rd, Child's Dress,
Miss Nancy Maddox, 1st. Dress,
,Mrs. Wilbur Gibson, 1st, Shirt,'
Mrs. Clyde Gentry, 1st, Dressy
Dress, $2.00; 1st, Child's Garment,
1 ,li". 1st, Baby Garment, $1.00;
is t, Aluao inriiN Tra.y, 'l Oc f --2 ,
Mrs. Maude Martin, 1st, Evening-
Dress, $2.00; 2nd, Pot Plant, $1.00.
Mrs. R. L. Smith. 3rd. Alumi-
num Tray, 50c.
Mrs. Elaine Pridgeon, 3rd. Pot
Mrs. Nedley, 1st, Flower Arrange-
ment, $1.50: 3rd. Flower Arrange-
ment, 75c; 2nd, 2 Flower Arrange.
Mrs. Jim Bobbitt, 2nd. Flower
Mrs. Margaret Thompson. 3rd,
Flower Arrangement, 75c.
Mrs. Fred Maddox; 1st. Foliazg
Plan), $1.50: 2nd, Foliage Plant,
$1.00; 3rd, Foliage Plant. 75c.
Given $7.50 each; Washington
Hi Colored School, F.H.A. Port St.
Joe; F.H.A., Wewahitchka; 4-H
Council; H o me Demonstration
Highland View WMU
Have Business Meeting
The Woman's Missionary Union.
of the Highland View Mission Bap-
ist Church met Monday afternoon.
It the church at 3 p.m. for their
regular monthly business meeting,
with 18 members, one visitor and
one new. member present. The
meeting was opened with the presi-
dent, Mrs. Homer Echols, preside.
ng. The WMU song of the year,
Jesus !Saves", and watchword
-ef'e given by the group. The
watchword is taken from Psalm
6:3. Mrs. Lucille Zipperer gave
Mrs. Echols gave the devotional
with scripture taken from Col. 3;
The roll call and minutes were
iven by the secretary, Mrs. T. O.
:ichards. Good reports were heard
rom all the various chairmen of
me two circles.
The meeting was dismissed with
rayer by Mrs. Lee Watts.
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Joe, Florida, By The Star Publlihini Company
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Also Linotype Opetator, Ad Man, Floor Mal, Columnift,
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WHAT'S SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE
We have done it a-few times before and
this week, we are going to stick our much
hacked-upon neck out again. We should have
written this editorial last week but somehow just
didn't know whether we had a legitimate gripe
or not, but we are now thoroughly convinced
that we have.
We think it is a disgrace that such an out-
fit as the Pepper All-State Shows should be brot
into our town by anyone to fleece the public
with their skin games like the Shows featured
at the Gulf County Fair. Such practices as were
carried in about ten of the tents that traveled
with the show were violent violations of the
Florida State Law against gambling. One even
carried his gambling two hours into Sunday
morning and doubly broke the law.
We don't know that th& Legion knew about
these things before the show came into our
town but we feel that they should inquire along
these lines in the future and make' absolutely
certain that such an occurance does not come
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Recently the P.-T. A. wanted to install a STARDUST and
bingo game in their Hallowe'en .carnival but ~OONSHINEl
were denied the right by the State Board of Edu- IN
cation. There was even some heated discussion By Col. W. S. Smith, Retired.
as to the legality of a cake walk. The P.-T. A. Mayor of Buckhorn1
also would have spent all funds derived from -- -
such activities within the city and most assuredly WASHINGTON, D. C,-Arriving
within the State of Florida. It is doubtful that at this seat of our national govern-
the State of Florida will ever see even half of mint e leai outit a can pgn of
sightseeing, b&it dis~ov~rg4 it prob-
the money that the Pepper All-State Shows ably Would iake us a't least six
fleeced out of the residents of Gulf County. We months to gawk at evirythlng of
say fleeced because in such gaines of chance the interest.
outside participant doesn't stand a prayer of a Since we came in through the
chance to win. If the P.-T. A. can't even have parkway paralleling the Potomac
such activities among their own people we are River, we sloped by Arlngto
National Cemetery first where we
most emphatically against outsiders bringing vted the tomb of'the unknown
gambling into our city and county. What's solridr, beingg the ceremony of the
sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. change of guard, strolled through
We certainly hope that such an occasion as the beautiful amphitheatre and then
cruised through the cemetery pro-
this does not come about again. We think it per where w the raves of
per where we.,saw the graves of
would be wise for the American Legion to get many famous generals and admir-
..acensus. of all acts..and sideshows, rides and oth-: als as well.as the council;. thou-
erwise that travels with its next carnival to its sands of graves of men who died
next County Fair. There are any number of in the service of their country.
Towering over one plot was one of
clean carnivals that would provide recreation for the mrsts of the battleship Maine,
children of all ages without bringing in a gamb- and over another the Confederate
ling den with a token number of rides for the monument. Stones over graves of
kids to enjoy. Union soldiers had rounded tops
while those over graves of Confed-
We are not a radical against gambling in rate soldiers had slightly pointed
particular, but the law should apply to all per- tops. Reason: The Rebels didn't
sons in a community affected by the law and not want any Damyankees sitting on
just part. their gravestones.
Leaving Arlington we circled the
Pentagon Building, largest thing-
umabob we'd ever seen. There are
When you think of individual initiative do 32,000 people employed in its vast
not forget the initiative part of it. What a precious interior and from the number of
I cars marked around it we were un- !
right it is! People of half the .world would give der the impression that at least
rih it der the impression that .at least;
about anything they have to possess it. Use it. 30,000 of them had cars. Good story: '
America is the great country it is today because Seems a Western Union boy deliv-;
Sered a telegram to the Pentagon
people like you used this priceless right. Some and got lost in its labrynthian
call it gumption! -Whatsoever Things maze; when he emerged two years
TH~SDY ~N t~i~ s .t;
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GU LF COUNTY. -FLORIVAe
later he was a captain.
Crossing the Potomac over the
Arlington Memorial Bridge we land-
ed smack in the lap of. President
Lincoln who sits in a great arm-
chair 1'2% feet high esconced with-
in what appears to be & Greek tem-
ple which is 80 feet high. However,
the simplicity and beauty of the
Petffo'ial makes it neither palace
nor temple iior tomb, but seems to
partake of the nature of all three.
Facing this' nmeorial: at the far
end of the beautiful reflecting pool
is the soarinf Washinffgton Monul-
ment, while on the right, across the'
tidal hasn lined with, Jipanise
cherry trees, is the' imposing
Thoinas Jefferson Memorial.
Continuing into the darksome
depths of th'e city we circled the
White- HoFeo titki'g a gander at
the famous' Trumnli balcony, and
lialsed briefly in front of alitr
Hous, scene' of the atif.rpted as-
sassination of H. S. T. Castiin
hither and yon at random, we
passed the.embassies and lerations
of maiy countries from Afghanistan
to Yugoslavia ind from Cambodia
to Iceland, each of which had a
coat of arms emblazoned on the
We looked at the home of John
L. Lewis, an unpretentious clap-
boarded residence, and found that,
in spite of being head of the coal
miners, he uses oil for heating. An-
other rather amusing thing was the
fact that the statue of William Jen-
nings Bryan, an, ardent prohibition-
ist during his lifetime. has one arm
outflung pointing to a huge brew-
ery across the avenue.
While there were: nany more
points of interest, we must close
now, and our next epistle will come
from Mt. Vernon, home of George
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Play by Play
Sby WILL RAMSEY
Old Man Fumble cost the Sharks
another football game last Friday
night. They lost the first game of
the season to DeFuniak Springs
on fumbles, and Brountstown turn-
ed the trick again with the Sharks
fumbling three times, one of which
very definitely set up the Tiger's
second TD-and another which brot
to an end the Shark's longest drive
of the game, starting on their own
115-yard line and losing the ball on
the Tiger 20-yard line. You can't
overlook the fact that Blountstown
had a big, rugged team with a cou-
ple of fancy ball carriers; in fact,
we believe it's the best team the
Sharks have encountered this year,
barring Marianna. But the thing
that hurt 'the Sharks was the fact
that they couldn't hold onto that
old apple when they needed to
most. Blounstown's line alone out-
weighed the entire Shark team,
but St. Joe managed to outgain
them in every department except
We can well say that halfback
Leslie Co]er was the most outstand-
ing played on the field, even though
he didn't inake a touchdown nor
was he the, biggest ground gainer.
He returned a Blountstown kickoff
with one of the hardest runs we've
ever seen. We've played a little
football in our days but we've nev-
er seen one man run as..hard as
Coker did on this particular play.
Besides being a fine ball carrier,
Coker is probably the most vicious
tackler on the team.
St. Joe, with only 3 games re-
maining in this season, all of which
are, conference games, takes on a
strong Graceville team tomorrow
night on home grounds. Gracevilla
has been defeated only once this
season, while St. Joe holds a won
3, lost 3, tied 1 record. The Sharks,
who defeated Graceville 32-13 last
year, will be seeking their first con
ference win of the season, having
lost to DeFuniak SpTrings and' Mar-
ianna. This should be a good game
for all you fans, so come on ut
and give the Sharks your support.
SGT. RALPH PLAIR NOW
STATIONED IN JAPAN
PUSAN, KOREA Army Sgt.
Ralph E. Plair, 28, whose wife and
son live in Port St. Joe, recently
joined the Korea Civil Assistance
Working through field teams in
every province, IKCAC distributes.
relief supplies and furnishes tech-
nical advice for the reconstruction
Sergeant Plair' son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Plair, 506 Fourth St.,
Port St. Joe, is a motor sergeant.
A few minutes once a week, or as
needed, with a good dust gun and a
good dust will save a garden that
may be destroyed by insects and
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Pick .the winners in this week's
Win a 425 Custom Tailored Slaeo
There's mo atch tto it... simply pick the teams you think wM~
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The person selecting the most winners will be awarded
a fine quality $25 Slack, Custom Tailored to his persona
measure^metts by STORRS-SCHAEFE:R.
RULES: Mark an "X" in the block following the name of the tean
you pick to win. If you think the game will end in a tie, place your
"X" in the tie column. For the single game at the bottom, indicate
"the probable score. In case of a tie, the contestant giving the mosl'
nearly correct score of the probable score game will be the winner.
Official Entry Blank tJumber 3 ... .must be brought to
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Your Choice MILK 3 for 39c
Lg. New Crop PECANS Ib. 19c
Bath Size Jergen's SOAP, 3 for 25c
NEW STRAW BROOMS 98c
NEW MOPS (limit 1) 39c
Baby Beef U. S. Good Beef
T-IBone, Round 49c T-Bone Steak 69c
Sirloin, Club 39c Sirloin Steak 69c
Hamburger 39c Round Steak 69c
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SWEET POTATOES Ib. 5c
BAKERITE can 69c
Lucky Lady Salad Dressing, qt. 39c
TREND Washing Powder giant 39c
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 195
I c FREE BUBLE GUM WITH LIGHT BREAD
--oluumil II I JI IIII III I 11111111 folull IIfll I fll] II IIIfll] I II IIII II II 111 i
THIE STAR, PORT ST. JODE, GULF coUNTY, FLORMA~l
' AT UL AN B
Mr. and Mrs. Lana Cain and Miss
Vivian Barbee spent the week end
in Blountstown, with their mother
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Burch and
son DeWayne, spent the week end
in Graceville, with friends and rel-
Mrs. J. W.- Wooten of DeFuniak
Springs, spent the week with her
daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs. Johnny Hewett.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hewett and
Mrs. Herman Marshall attended he
funeral services of Mr. H. F. Bass'
father of Mrs. Cora Lee 'Foster
Tuesday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Skipper and
son, Donnie spent the week end in
Bonifay with the former's parents.
LSgt. and Mrs. A. L. Knight and
son, Ralph of Rose Pine, La., are
visiting with the letters' parents
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. I.
Kelly and Miss Martha Ray.
We are happy to say that James
Seawright and son of Thomasville.
Ga., have opened the chair factory
in Highland View..
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Jones and
daughter, Ruth and son Troy and
Miss Ida Nell Canington spent the
week end in Sarasota with rela-
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Porter
spent the week end in Wewahitch-
ka with friends and relatives.
Miss Bonnie Lovett of Clewiston,
is visiting with her sisters, Mrs.
Norma Gainey and Mrs. Iris James
Mrs. Iris James and Mi s Bonnie
Lovett and family spent Sunday in
Bonifay with their father, Mr. Lov-
The R. A. of the Highland View
Baptist Church went ou o.1 'iuiiir'i?
trip Saturday ,with their Lcouisel:.r
W allaew- Guibi,. TI._,:-.- ej,.:.i inl tlhe
tri iwere Lonn:.' nd .j='uiJ. Kiau'
ington, Archie Floyd J.-..nonii. EI.
ly Cumbie, Lewis Rogers and Leo
Cooper, Leroy and Troy Senterfitt.
We are sorry to say that Mrs.
Delmas Zorn is sick in bed. We all
hope for her a speedy recovery.
Every young person from the age
of 9 to 18 is invited to attend the
youth fellowship meeting at the
Highland View Methodist at 7:00
every Sunday night.
'The Highland View Methodist
Church held a supper last Saturday
0', ERN 1,4
This label on a grocery bag mean's
it's 100% SCAB-MADE.
The company Calcasieu Paper Co.
and Southern industries, Inc.,
Elizabeth, La.- is in partial
breakers, including ex-convicts.
production with gun-toting strike-
AFL PAPER MAKERS and PULP
WORKERS have been on strike
for decent working conditions
since Sept., 1952. (Wages are
not an issue).
These union members have been
beaten by scabs, shot at by com-
pany guards, their homes set
afire, their automobiles dynamit-
ed, their wives and children ter-
DON'T support union-busting.
DON'T patronize merchants who
put your purchases in SOU-
Watch for this emblem on paper
bags. It means "100% SCAB-
International Brotherhood of
Paper Makers, Albany 1, N. Y.
night after the close of their revi-
val in honor of their pastor and
family. Rev. and Mrs. Fred Davis.
Everyone brought a covered dish.
Al! enjoyed the evening. Those at-
tending the social affair was Rev.
and Mrs. Fred Davis, Mr. and Mrs.
WT. H. Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Forehand, Mrs. Kathryn Brown,
Ir. and Mrs. Brooks Kenniniton,
Glenr Garett, Tonimmy and Buddy
Kennington, Martha Ray, Barbara
Gay, Lewis and Margie Rogers and
Farm Product Demand
A very strong demand for most
farm products is in prospect for
1951, according to U. S. department
of agriculture estimates.
NEWS FROM HIGHLAND VIEW
As Reported by MARGIE ROGERS
Dodge and Plymouth Dealer
nounce the birth of a daughter -on ers, drinks, and favors of balloons
Oct. 23. The baby weighed 7 lbs.. and Halowe'en candy were served
and 2 ozs. She has been named to: Brenda Pitts, Linda Cox. Mary
Shyrell Annette. (Continued On Page 7)
'Linda Kay Webb was honored
with a birthday party on her -6th
birthday. Those assisting Mrs. Tho- Watch FOr The
mas Webb with the little guests
By HELEN NORRIS
Mrs. Allen Norris honored her
daughter Jenny Kay Norris with a
birthday party, Tuesday, October
27, at their home on Hunter St.
Cake with roses and ice cream
were served to the guests and all
had a good time.
D. H. Shealey and son, J. D. and
Tally Shealy spent Sunday in Per-
ry, visiting with friends and rela-
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Shealey have
as. their .guests,, -their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Shealy from Bradenton.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Gardener
and children spent the week end'
in Bagdad with his mother, Mrs.
Arnold and then came back to Car-!
rabelle to see his uncle.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Campbell an.
prices reduced I on all
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 191""
THE STAR, FORT ST. JOE, GULF COUVTY, FLORIDA
THURSOAYJ NOVEMBER 5, 1953 THE STAR PORT ST. JOE.. GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA PAGE SEVIN
NOTICE First Baptist G. A.'s Have IFirst Baptist WMU Meets
Notice is hereby given to whom Successful Monthly Program At Church Monday p.m.
it may concern, that on December -~ -
8, 1953, I intend to apply to he The Virginia Hagood 11 and 12 The Woman's Missionary Union
Board of County Comimssioners of year Junior G. A.'s of the First of the First Baptist Church met
Gulf County, Florida, to adopt a Baptist Church had a very success- Monday afternoon at the church at
resolution closing, vacating and ful program for the month of Oc- 3 p.m. for their regular monthly
abandoning a 63 foot by 350 foot tober. business meeting, with Mrs. C. A.
strip of land between lots 7 thru On the first Monday of the McClellan, vice-president, presiding
13, both inclusive and lots 14 thru month, Mrs. L. J. Keels installed in the absence of the president,
20, both inclusive of Block 5, Yon's the following officers in a beauti- Mrs. E. C. Cason.
Addition to Beacon Hill as recorded ful installation program. President, The meeting opened by all sing-
in Plat Bolk 1, pae 45, Public Re- Rosemary Tomlinson; vice-presi- ing the WMU song of the year,
cords of Gulf County, Florida. dent, Evelyn Moulton; secretary, "Jesus Saves". Mrs. Joe Bracewell
This notice publfsld twice pur- Saidra Bracewell; treasurer, Car- led in prayer. The group repeated,
suant to Chapter 22999, Laws of rie Joe Wood; program chairman, the new watchword of the year,
Flori.d. !Judy Poitevint; stewardship chair- Psalms 96:3 "Show Forth His Glory
2 .MARY R. GRICE man, Gail Gill; community mission Unto All The World". Mrs. McClel-
Each acco-ut INSUiED UP "C
$'0000 by the federall Sav-
ings and Loan !rn.surancc
For all t'pes of lh.dividual
Partnership,: ; rporation Cr.eo.
* p Union, Institutior and in.
surance. ompanv accounts
Pretence tor Pension, Fstote
Trust & 6-
Savings & Loan Assn.
Monroe at Park Avenue
chairman, Sarah Linda Richardson; lan gave the devotional taken from
mi-lion study chairman, Hilda the book, Deuteronomy 8:11-18,
Grace Johns; pianist, Patsy Lewis; Theme, "Be thankful for all your
poster chairman, Mary Ellen Hen- blessings".
'derson; social chairman, Jean During the business session, good
'O'Brien; room chairman, Norma reports were given by all the WMU
Hobbs; scrapbook chairman, Con- chairman.
nie Chas.on; publicity, Sandra Mrs. L. J. Keels dismissed with
LJusdy Puitoevint presented the Next week on Monday all ladies
missionary program, the second are urged to attend the study hour
Monday with twelve girls taking which will be conducted by Mrs.
part. Tuesday night of this week,1 W. 0. Nichols teaching the book,
eleven girls, Mrs. Milton Chafin, "Let's Listen". The first and sec-
coun :e or for the G. A.'s and Mrs. ond chapters will be discussed.
CL ari: Ci.i. young people's chair- __-___ _
man of Circle 3, met at the church OES TO MEET TUESDAY
for a picnic supper and to study NIGHT AT MASONIC HALL
the G. A. manual. The third Mon-
day ia de -, ~e:'l t. work on the The OES will have their regular
f,-r-ward -.ep with eeveOn girls meeting. Tuesday night at the Ma-
sonic Hall. At this time the past
S'-u matrons and past patrons will be
S(:; -e- f.ur:h Monday. Gai! Gill honored.
iprein:ed the stewardship pro- -
s Er: n wi:b Zw -elve present. Dairy Industry Prqfitt
The average attendance for the Increased p.fils it nthe dairy in.
a ustry come with increased butter.
month was eleven. fat production
(Continued From Page 6) WSCS Holds Regular
OAK GROVE NEWS Monthly Business Meeting
Frances Porter, Paula Lovett, Inez
Porter, Vivian Ray, Geraldine The Woman's Society of Chris-
Campbell, Gracie Dykes, Buddy tian Service held their regular
Dykes, Junior Bell, Toby Dykes, monthly business meeting, Monday
Tony Dykes, R. H. Glass and Char- afternoon at the church with Mrs.
leen Scott. Roy Gibson, Sr., presiding. Twenty-
five members attended the meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. R!hodese Presnell
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Von Vake, Mrs. Charles Brown gave the de-
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Von Vlake, votional.
made a week end trip through the R a otin
middle and southern part of Flor- transacted with all officers and ir-
ida. They left Port St. Joe Friday ,,,_ t ,n..e .llo tc,* ,.,n ,r.
Me chairmen rivini their r ortq
afternoon and returned ,Sunday.
They toured the beautiful Silver
Springs in Ocala and on down thru
Tampa, then across and back up
the state, through the orange and,
grapefruit groves. They say the
grass is greener on the other side
and this seems to be true by the
reports they brought back. They
had to roll down windows and shed
top coats before they had gone very
far. Looks like we will all have to
plan a trip south and see the breach
taking scenes they tell us about. It
is never too late to learn to apprec-
iate your own state and that is
what these did. But never did St.
Joe look as good as it did Sunday
after riding 800 miles in a day and
Attend Football Game
Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Smith
and Mr. and Mrs. Dave laddox at-
tended the Auburn-Florida football
game in Auburn, Ala., this past
The meeting was dismissed with
Meetings for next week are list-
ed as follows:
Circle 1 will meet in the home of
Mrs. Joe Johnson.
Circle 2 will meet with Mrs. Carl
Stevens of White City as hostess,
Circle 3 will meet in the home
of Mrs. 0. M. Taylor.
Circle 4 will meet in the home of
Mrs. George Suber.
DR. WSMEY GRACE
317 Reid Ave.
9 to 12 a.m.
- 1 to 5 p.m.
LL DAY WED.
For a real brgain-
ge a real tuck
SURE, you can save a few dollars
now on a truck price-tagged'
slightly less than a GMC. But if you
want a bargain that will still be a
bargain after years of hard'truck-
work, isk these questions before
Does the truik give you a .GMC's
10 H.P.? .That's .-up&" tol 19%, more
power tha* comparable sixes. It
bustles a GMC's top loads up: tough
pulls-without engine strain.
Does it have a GMC's 8.0 to I super-
higi-t-ompressi6o? That gives yoi
quicker getaways- more drive -
better mile AXl on regular gi'.
Does it offer a GMC's engine-sparing
Truck Hydra-Matic* ? With it, you
say good-bye to gearshift wrestling.
No more clutch repairs. Mainte-
nance costs shrink.
Does it have the extra protection
of a GMC's self-energizing brakes?
The eutra c ntofrt 6t a GMC's "Six-
Fooii'er" cab? The handling ease.of a
SGMC's ball-bearing steering action?
If all the answers are "yes," you have
a real.bargain-a'GMC. And there
are 1)9_'hihdsome 2- to 1-ton models
to choose from. How can you lose?
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201 MONUMENT AVE. Phone 94
THEt.STAR, PORT-ST. JOE. GULF C UNT FLPI?
PORT ST. JOE, FLA. Phones 2 and 4%
Part st. joe, Fla.
PAG E$W It4 STAR POR -t. I .- UNY LRD HRSANVME ,
Episcopal Women Meet
At Parish House Monday
The Woman's Auxiliary of St.
James' Episcopal Church met Mon-
day afternoon at the Parish House
at 4 p.m. for their regular monthly
meeting with the president,. Mrs. Memorial Library. It was announ- Plans for the "Turkey Dinner" J. L. Fuller; recording secretary,
J. L. Fuller, presiding and 11 mem- ced by Rev. Douglas that Novem- which the auxiliary will have on Mrs. Bert Munn, Jr., corresponding
bers present. ber 26 would be "the gathering of November 18 were discussed. Mrs. secretary. Mrs. Robert Bellows,
The meeting opened with the the talents", a project that has Albert Ward was appointed chair- Jr., and tre-5jurer, Mrs. N. Comfort-
auxiliary prayer. been underway by the auxiliary. man of the affair. er. Chairman for the various com-
Regular routine business was This service will be at 10 o'clock Officers for the year were elect- mittees will be appointed at the
transacted. It was unanimously ap- a.m. with the celebration of Holy ed as follows: president, Mrs. Ba- next meeting.
proved to establish a St. James' Communion. sil Kenney, Jr.; vice-president. Mrs. Coffee was served at the close
AT ALL DANLEY STORES
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9 'q COURTESY
we invite you
Sto visit one of .
Our Stores! .
FREE Transporta'-ai to and from our Store!
Parking while e visiting our Store!
Refreshments while in our Store!
* FREE information and bookles on Planning
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Courtesy is a Habit!
PANAMA CITY, FLA.
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
FORT WALTON, FLA.
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Danlev Wholesale-Oap, Ala.
-i-ir STAR, PORT tost. Ju+, %Ao-l county, FLORIDA
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER15, 1953
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1953 THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA PAGE NINE
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.FOR SALE-Old model sewing ma-
chine and set of children's swings
Call J. O. Baggett.
FOR SALE-Lot 120X150. Reason-
ably priced. Phone Bob Shaw.
FOR SALE-2 bedroom house, hot
water heater, venetian blinds.
1030 McClellan Ave., Vail Bob
FOR SALE-Westcraft house trail-
er. Completely equipped. Gas
range, gas heater, electric hot wa-
Formerly Priced at $279.50
NOW REDUCED $15.00 TO ONLY
ter heater. Price $375.00. See Gene
Ohlinger at St. Joe Drive-In Thea-
FOR SALE in Apalachicola. 3-yrs.
old modern bungalow. 5 rooms
and bath. 2 lots some extras. $5000:
Easy terms. Corner Ave. G and 16
Howard King. 10-22-3tp
FOR SALE-2 bedroom house on
13th Street. Call 171-J 4tp-11-12
FOR SALE-3 Bedroom house on
two lots at Highland View. See
Cawthon Williams. Inquire at Cox
Grocery for location. 10-8-4tp
FOR SALE-14 foot C.entury out-
board boat. Excellent Condition.
Phone 205. 2tp-11-5
FOR SALE-White basinett on
LAY-AWAY THAT SHOTGUN NOW!
REMINGTON WINCHESTER STEVENS
HEADQUARTERS FOR SHELLS
12 Ga., Box $2.25 CASE LOTS, box $1.90
16 Ga., Box $2.10 CASE LOTS, box, $1.85
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
Home Owned by C. W. Long
Port St. Joe, Fla.
stand and rollers. Almost like
new. Mrs. Ralph Camobrer, Phone
FOR SALE--Order early. Person-
alized Christmas cards. Parker's
Jewelry. Lawson Hotel.
FOR RENT or SALE-Unfurnish-
ed house. Phone 102. tf10-28
FOR RENT-Unfurnished apart-
ment. See Mrs. Sanders Chitty,
Phone 351-W. tfc10-29
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished 2
bedroom cottages at Beacon Hill.
Innerspring mattresses, rugs on
floors. Reasonable rent. Phone 20.
FOR RENT-2 bedroom house. 980
Woodward Ave. Inquire at phone
178. Mrs. Nora Duren.
FOR RENT-1 bedroom furnished
apartment for couple only. Phone
FOR RENT-Nice furnished apart-
ment for couple only.'Interested
parties call no. 63-J or see Mrs. A.
M. Jones: 9-17tf
-WANTED TO BUY o
WANTED-Firie place grate and
screen. Must be good condition.
Phone Ashiey, 453-J.
FEMALE HELP WANTED
HOUSEWIVES WANTED Ad-
dress advertising postcards.
Must have good handwriting. Write
National Engraving, Watertown,
Keys Made While You Wait
Bicycle Repairing All Makes
Reel Parts and Repairs
WESTERN AUTO tf
ATTENTION ALL HOUSEWIVES
Here is good news for any mem
ber of your family who is constant-
ly tired and lack energy and per
due to a dietary deficiency of vita
mins and minerals. Your WATKINS
"EALER offers. you Watkins mu)
ti-vitamins with minerals capsules
the outstanding dietary supple
meit. Each capsule contains 11
minerals and 10 vitamins. It pro
vides the established adult daily
requirement of needed vitamins
and furnishes minerals needed in
human nutrition. Just take one each
day. Your Watkins dealer is offer-
ing a special on multi-vitamins with
minerals. Be sure and take advan-
tage while this offer lasts. See or
W. L. BURKETT
The Watkins Dealer
P. 0. Box 482 POrt St. Joe
Mail orders delivered promptly.
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'Meeting night ev-
ery other Monday.
Meetings at Moose
S Hall, 310 Fourth St.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. O.
0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs-
days, 7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
brethren invited, Henry Geddie,
N. G., Robert Williams, V. G. H.
A. Hardy, Secretary.
MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
Port St. Joe Lodge 111-Regular
A meetings 2nd and 4th Fri-
~ days each month, 8:00 p. m.
*Members urged to attend;
visiting brothers welcome. E. Y.
Cowart, W. M.; W. L. Jordan, Sec.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
Ing companions welcome. W. C.
Forehand, High Priest; H. R. Maige
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Moose Entertain Children
At Hallowe'en Party
The Loyal Order of Moose Lodge
entertained Saturday evening at
the lodge with a Hallowe'en party
for all the children of the commun-
ity at 7 o'clock.
The hall was beautifully decorat-
ed for the occasion with orange
and black .streamers suspended
from the ceiling. A three piece
string orchestra played during the
party. Several songs were present-
ed by Jimmy Marlow, local youth.
He sang, "Your Cheating Heart"
and '"Hey, Joe", which was enjoyed
In the center of the room, were
several tables loaded with.all kinds
of candies and cookies, oranges and
apples and each child was given
balloons as favors. Mixed soft
drinks and cokes were added to
the refreshment list.
J. L. Fuller, R. D. Prows, Foy
Scheffer, Garland Lawrence were
on hand to welcome the guests.
HAS TONSILS REMOVED
David Macomber had his tonsils
removed Wednesday morning.
601 Long Avenue
OW IS THE TIME to Drive the car
Check the price-Compare the deal
If you want the most for your
:roney, Pontiac is the car to buy.
You can prove it in one ride.
Pontiac's smooth, whisper-soft flow
of power, quick response and flexi-
bility guarantee a heart-warming
experience- truly great perform-
ance delivered with a thriftiness
and reliability that means dollars
in your pocket.
This fine car action is combined with
fine car comfort and luxury. It is a
rich feeling just to sit in a Pontiac.
Yet the price is only a few dollars
above the lowest! The difference is
even smaller when you consider re-
sale value. An independent research
study reveals that Pontiac retains
much more of its new car value than
any other car in its price class.
Come in while your car is at its peak
worth. Get the clinching proof that
deal for deal you can't beat a Pontiac.
Convince yourself that Dollar/orDollar
201 Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
COME SEE THE BAND NEW 1954
Wizard Super '10' Outboard Motor
ENTIRELY NEW AND DIFFERENT
6-Gal. Portable Gas Tank 12 Ft. Hose
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIIDA
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1953
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WHITE CITY NEWS
by MRS. GEORGE HARPER
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Kirkland
and daughter Betty spent a few
days in Dothan, Ala. They were
accompanied by Mr. andy Mrs. A.
K. Shirah who had spent a week
here with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Shirah had
as their guests for a week Mrs.
Shirah's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
W. Newton of Madrid, Ala.
Mrs. Lewis Cordell and Mrs.
Carl Holsenback were business vis-
itors in Panama City Wednesday.
Charley Sullivan arrived Tuesday
from Brookhaven, La., to visit his
wife and parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Buford Attaway and Grover Pip-
pin are employed at East Chicago,
Rotary Club Taken On
Tour of Railroad Yard
The Port St. Joe Rotary Club was
treated by the Apalachicola Nor-
thern Railroad to a conducted tour
of- their new freight yards last
'Thursday after their regular lun-
cheon dinner meeting.
The Rotarians were conducted
on the tour by George Suber and
Joe L. Sharit, both officials of the
A Message of Farewell
I am sorry that I had to leave
Tuesday, November 3 without hav-
ing the chance to tell all my per-
sonal friends goodbye in person.
I.wish to bid you all a fond fare-
well and hope to meet 'y u again
someday. It has been a pleasure to
live in your town and know you.
I wish to thank the business peo-
ple in Port St. Joe for their coop-
eration during the past two years.
P. C. (Red) Fleming
and Edna Fleming
DAN COLEMAN WANTS
SOME LETTERS FROM HOME
We have a request from Dan
;Coleman, son of Mrs. Roland Hardy
at Overstreet requesting his friends
in St. Joe to drop him a line and
let him know about "home".
Dan is currently stationed in Ja-
pan with the Marines and hays he
'has seen plenty of Japan' since he
has been there, the muddy part.
Dan's address is:
Lt. Daniel C. Coleman. 057467
H. & S. Co,, 2nd Bn., 3rd, Mar.
3rd Marines Division, F.M.F.
c/o Fleet Post Office
San Francisco, California
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to thank our many
friends for their remembrances to
us during the recent illness and
death of our loved one, C. C. Wil-
liams. We would especially like to
thank the doctors and nurses at the
hospital for their devotion and un-
tiring vigilance during Mr. Wil-
MRS. C. C. WILLIAMS
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends in
Port St. Joe for their cards and
flowers and words of sympathy
during the death of our mother,
Mrs. Flora M ae Garrette.
May God's richest blessings be
with you all.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Smith
Mrs. Edward Evett
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my sincere ap-
preciation to those who supported
me in the recent election of the
Gulf County Board of Trustees.
MRS. W. D. JONES
Visitors From Virginia
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Snyder
and son of Martinsville, Va., spent
the week end with Mr. and Mrs.
Patty Lovett and family.
AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT. ..
SHOP EARLY FOR THAT
_' A Small Deposit
SHolds Any Lionel
Train Until Dec. 15
A Model to fit
s195 to s700
( Model Shown
40-PIECE TEA SET
Service for six in-
cludes plates, cups,
iorks, spoons, etc.
Includes a locomo-
tive, tender, two
cars and track.
When car drives
up, you'll hear
"Gas and Oil,
Kidslove to ride it to the fire!
Siren screeches -
32 in. long, 15 in.
Puffs smoke when
fired! Two 50-shot .7
shoot real raps.
With Spinning Propellers
A modern trans-
port with propel- 59
lers that spin as
A Working Scale
Wheels turn -
lowers, tilts and
swings to side. 18"
and CHAIR SET
Just like Mom and '9
Dad's Sturdy .
made of steel.
struction. Has tray
Make Real Music
With Eme nee
mi ML!k T oys
Good tone. Plays
up to 1'-in. r.ec
-ords --78 R.P.M.
Records, ea. .......... 235
E3ONY 398 S-L-1-D-E
Firestone Home & Auto Supply Store
B..W. EELLS, Owner Phone 100 PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
* Holds a 24-inch
* Collapsible for
i rm STAR, P~m i -, u--r C;UUNTY, FLORIDA
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, i:1.K