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TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIBA THURSDAY, November 15, 1962 NUMBER 9
by Wts&LEY R. RAMSEY
We stuck a new room on the
back of The Star building a couple
of weeks ago and moved the big
newspaper press and folding ma-
chine back in the 'back room (no
boys whooping it up in the back
room, however). All of this gave
us more room in the front of the
Shop to install a couple of new
pieces of machinery to get our
commercial printing and newspaper
printing done faster and easier.
All of it isn't in operation yet,
however, because it is kind of hard
to keep up with work to keep a
little money coming in and to also
spend time putting the new ma-
chines "on the line".
It has also taken some fancy
figuring -to get some of the old
machinery moved about and make
room to get 'about in.
But now most of this is done.
We hope to have it all done by
the time Thanksgiving passes us
Tuesday, Glenn Boyles walked
in to do some work on one of his
advertisements and he remarked,
"Well, now! By golly! You have .a
little room to move around in here
now, doncha!" (And we do have a
little room now).
But Glenn, being sort of cramp-
ed for room himself, and never
liking to see space go to waste (in
his ads or his business) remarked,
"You have an empty corner back
there you could put a line of shoes
in and maybe a rack of dres-
As much as we like friendly ad-
vice (and we took his advice in
the friendly. manner) we ad to
decline this suggestion even tho
It might make as much money for
us as it has for Glenn. We assur-
red The Tattler that we would be
forced to stick to printing as it
was all we could do at one time.
Rumors about the paper mill flew
Vt and heavy this week (as they
-ally do during a shutdown). Ev-
I thing from the,'mill "going back
Y tomorrow" :- "Monday after
gut 'the most unwelcome rumor
.-_,,all came by-way of Panama City
by a traveling salesman who call's
on Dave May .down at the Western
Auto. Dave heard (from this sales-
man) that the mill would be down
until after Christmas. This rumor
he heard in Panama City.
Which all goes to show that Port
St. Joe 'barber shops are much
more reliable than Panama City
As you can see, on this page,
Tom Coldewey SJPC vice-president
is announcing that the mill will re-
sume operations ,today. And we got
this information Monday from our
own Port .St. Joe barber shops,
The Government printing office
goofed Which goes to show
that even the best of us makes er-
I They printed-4. -.ra#s upside
down. This is an easy mistake to
The stamp collectors went "ape"
over the windfall that was theirs
in the 400 odd stamps. Thye were
worth much money.
But -the Government Printing Of-
fice decided to print 400,000 more
of the errors-on purpose. This
goes to show you why the Govern-
ment is always in the red. Spend-
ing more money to rectify a mis-
take. Throwing more good money
Down at The Star when we make
an error like this, we jut tear up
the offending sheets, throw them
n the waste basket ami print a.
te\. more sheets to make up for the
error-just as any print shop. Any
shop, that is, except the govern-
Tom 'S. Coldewey, Vilhe'eal-
dent in charge of operaWtion of
ft. Joe Paper Company, has an-
nounced that the mill will ri-
sume operations on Thursday,
November 15 (today) at 3:00 p.
m. following a shutdown of 10
days due to a lack of orders.
Although Coldewey was unable
to commit himself on the prloa-
pects for full operation the re-
mainder of the year, he stated
that he does not anticipate an-
other shutdown In the near fu-
Sharks End Grid
Lose to Quincy
By WILL 1. RAMSEY
The St. Joe Sharks lost their
ninth game of the season while
Quincy was winning their third
game out of nine as the Tigers
bombarded the Sharks 34 to 14 be-
fore a homecoming crowd in Quin-
Quincy scored one time In the
first and second quarters to post
a 13-0 lead at half time.
The Sharks rang up their first
marker in the third quarter on a
five yard pass from Buddy Ken-
nington to end Bobby Wiley. The
same team combined for the extra
point. Quincy scored again in this
quarter and added two more in
the last period. The Sharks also
racked up their last score ini this
period with a nine yard run by
fullback Tommy Sisk.
Tomorrow night the Sharks end
their most disastrous season in
history as they travel to Apalachi-
cola for ia second meeting with the
Chapman Sharks. The Franklin
County team had been running
pretty roughshod over most oppo-
nents after their season opener
with the Sharks that ended in a
6 to 0 victory for Chapman. How-
ever, Apalachicola lost to Blounts-
town 7 to 0 and was tied 'by little
Carrabelle 0 'to 0. So it would seem
the Chapman crew have lost some
of their early season lustre. St. Joe
will be all out to try to salvage
what is left of their lost prestige
by beating Apalachicola and gain
their first season victory. The
game will be played in Apalachi-
cola and game time will be 8:00
W. B. Jordan
William Brady Jordan, age 48,
passed away November 9 at the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital
after a lingering illness. Mr. Jor-
dan was a World War II veteran
and had worked as a millright at
the St. Joe Paper Company.
He is survived by his wife, Dorist,
one daughter, Danice and one son,
Brady, all of Port St. Joe; his mo-
ther, Mrs. Ada Lee Jordan of Lu-
verne, Ala.; two brothers, B. F. and
Talmadge E., of Montgomery, Ala.;
,two sisters, Clara Mathews and
Evelyn Qualls of Luverne, Ala.
Funeral services were held Sun-
day afternoon at 2:30 at the First
Baptist Church with Rev. C. Byron
Smith officiating. Burial was in
Holly Hill Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Blake Thoma-
son, Emory Robertson, R, D. Prows,
Hosie Owens, Lawrence Bowen,
Frank Pate, Al Smith and Merrill
Honorary pallbearers were: Wes-
ley Ramsey, Joe Bracewell, G. E.
,White, Charles Stevens, Jr., Hen-
'ry Chason, John Kramer, Guerry
Melton, Bill Hammock, Richard
Dawson, Don Sexton, Carl Arm-
strong, George Wimberly, Tom
Parker, Jr., George Machen, Dr.
Wayne Hendrix, Arnold Daniell,
A. D. Roberts, Dave Jones, Robert
Taweek and Dave Maddox.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
Gulf Cancer Society Sponsoring -
"Womanless Wedding" December 1
The Gulf County Chapter of the
American Cancer Society is spon-
soring a wedding on -Saturday night
December 1 womanless wedding
that is. The wedding march will
fill the Elementary School Auditor-
ium at 8:00 p.m. at which time the
happy? couple to be married will
majestically stroll down the aisle
to have the nuptial knot knit.
All proceeds will go to the Amer-
ican Cancer Society.
Tickets are now on sale for $1.00
per each and are being hawked by
the Port St. Joe Jaycees. More
than likely you will tbe approached
by a Jaycee in the next few days
and allowed the opportunity to
purchase one of there prized du-
cats. Only 500 'tickets were printed
on the original order and arrange-
ments have been made to print up
to 20,000 more. So, better get yours
early as the supply is limited.
You will see such characters in
the wedding as Miss Love Sower-
tree, the eager bride, portrayed by
Tom 'Coldwey. Percy Branch, the
very reluctant 'groom as presented
by Dr. Joe Hendrix. Walter Dod-
son will mince about the ceremony
Gulf Schools to Close
For Thanksgiving Holidays
Gulf County schools will close
'down for a long Thanksgiving holl-
as the little sister of the bride.
Marion Craig will fill the wedding
haU1 with tears portraying Miss No-
ma Spitfire, the jilted sweetheart.
W. F. Faircloth
Taken by Death
William Frank Faircloth, age 72,
passed away November 6 In Plant
City. He was formerly a resident of
White City land a school bus driver
for Gulf County for many years.
Be is survived by his wife, Sal-
ly Mae of White City; four sons,
Alfred of Columbus, Ga.; Frank,
Robert and John of White City; 10
daughters, Mrs. Jewel Gay of Mur-
feesboro, Tenn.; Mrs. Nell Van-
devender, Mrs. Bonnie Ruth Lynn
and Mrs. Oarah Sue Morris of Port
St. Joe; Mrs. Alice Pippin, Plant
City,; Mrs. Peggy Cawthon, Flor-
ala, Ala.; Mrs. Eleanor Flint, Fer-
nandina Beach; Mrs. June Parrish,
Apalachicola; Mrs. Alfa Daily, At-
lanta, Ga.; Mrs. Allie Elbert, Plant
OCity; 42 grandchildren and 10
Funeral services were held last
Thursday 'at 2:00 p.man. from the
White City Baptist Church with
Rev. S. H. Maxwell officiating as-
sisted by Rev. C. Byron Smith. In-
terment was in Jehu Cemetery in
day next week at the close of the Comforter Funeral Home was In
Tuesday classes, ond .will re-open charge of arrangements.
for business as usual on Monday, K
The schools will be closed Thurs- COUnty To Get
day and Friday for Thanksgiving,
but the second evaluation day falls Racing M one
on Wednesday prior to Thanksgiv- Money
ing day, which gives the students
another day of holiday. TALLAHASSEE State Camp-
Teachers will be on hand in their troller Ray E. Green said this
classrooms on Wednesday for con- week that 'each of Florida's 67
ferences with parents.
Advance Tickets on Sale
For Shark-Chapman Game
Principal Leroy Bowdoin told
The Star yesterday afternoon
that the principal at Apalachi-
cola had sent several football
tickets to Port St. Joe to be sold
in advance for the football game
The tickets will be available
at Smith's Pharmacy.
counties will be mailed checks for
$28,000 for its share of the race
track tax fund.
Green said it is the .first payment
of the current fiscal year and is
$4,000 more than each county re-
ceived last year for the same pcr-
"Each county received a total of
$201,800 last year, which was the
highest return in the history of the
tax, and I hope we are headed for
a new record," the Comptroller
Miss Diane Lay, Huntingdon College junior from Port
St. Joe, has been selected to appear in the Beauty Section
of the Huntingdon yearbook, Bells and Pomegranates, this
year. Selection of the eight "Huntingdon Beauties" was
made by a panel of off-campus judges following a Beauty
Revue on the college stage in which 20 students elected for
this honor by their fellow students were presented. Miss
Lay is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman R. Dean, 419
18th Street, Port St. Joe.
Junior Class to Present Annual Play
"Everybody's Getting Married"
The Junior Class of the Port St.
Joe High School has selected their
play to be given November 30. It
is entitled "Everybody's Getting
Married", a three-act conjmdy with
Sti." boys and seven glrts'ln the
Reginald D'Arcy receives a letter
from his lawyers 'announcing that
he Is the sole heir to his Aunt Aga-
tha's million dollar estate on cer-
taia conditions. It seems that his
aunt had operated a Matrimonial
Bureau and had on her books the
names of six women for whom she
had contracted to find husbands.
The terms of the will now require
that he fulfill this contract within
one month from the time he re-
ceives the notice. Otherwise the
million dollars goes to the Home
for Crippled Cats.
Come and find out how Reginald
settles this problem. Our charac-
Dean Garret, Dennis White.
Reginald D'Arcy, Dexter Adkin-
Viola Compton, Kitty Jones.
James, Rodney Herring.
Mr. Gordon, Henry Lillus.
Mrs. Lancaster, 'Sandra Bass.
Mrs. Hardin, Linda Tharpe.
Marie Blake, Beth Williams.
Miss Effie Creamer, .Sandra Bax-
Dulcey Lane, Sue Parker.
Mrs. O'Leary, Elsie Newsome.
"Floppy" Smith, Leon Hobbs.
"Tip" McCarty, Johnny Oaks.
"Spike" Jones, Lloyd Gardner
Rotary Sees Film
Of Outdoor Wilds
Program chairman, Cecil Curry
presented a very interesting film
for the Port St. Joe Rotary Club
last Thursday at their regular
The film was taken on a hunting
and fishing trip down the wild Sal-
mon River in 'Salmon, Idaho. The
river, 200 miles of rapids and rocks
is through 200 miles of uninhabited
territory and abundant game and
fish. Only a few boaters dare to
try to run the river, which is rife
Only a few people 'live In the
backwoods of the river, these be-
ing lonesome porspectors and her-
mits, who walk to the nearest town,
about once a year for supplies.
Guests of the club were Gene
Austin and Buck Chauncey of Apa-
lachicola and Pat Linkton of St.
Rotarian Wesley R. Ramsey was
presented a pin for nine years of
This 'play Is under the direction
of the Junior Class sponsors, Mrs.
Harry Tison, Mrs. Lou Little, Miss
Marian Dismuke, Mrs. W. C. Ivey
and Kimbrel Skipper,
The play is uunder the student di-
rection of Bill Vervacke, Vice-Presi-
dent of the Junior Class.
John R. Smith
Talks to Kiwanis
Kiwanian John Robert Smith pre-
sented a program of Kiwanis aims
to his club Tuesday at noon.
Smith outlined these aims as:
encourage the daily living of the
golden rule, uphold the primacy
of human values, develop citizen-
ship, be definite in our belief of
Smith hit at the idea that one
is alright if he firmly 'believes in
something. He declared that one
is not alright unless he has had
his beliefs proven 'beyond the sha-
dow of a doubt. Smith asserted,
"We believe in truth .. so what
we believe does matter".
.Smith also declared that the club
member or the citizen who reaped
the benefits of the work 'of others
and 'did nothing himself was harm-
ing only himself by denying him-
self of the pleasure .of serving oth-
ers. "Man was 'placed on Earth to
serve God", Smith asserted, "and
when we serve our fellow man, we
are -serving God".
Guests of the club were Joe Pad-
gett of Panama City; Bill Vervacke,
Buddy Kennington, Bill Versage,
Jimmy Goodman and Leon Hobbs
of Port iSt. Joe High School. How-
ard Blick was a guest of Hubert
Jaycees To Study
Star Sets Early
Press Date for
Next Week's Issue
The Star will be printed a day
early next week due to the
Thanksgiving holiday falling on
our usual publication.
The paper will be put In the
mails Wednesday morning of
next week so the post office
can get It delivered before their
day off on Thursday.
This will mean that we will
have to have copy and advertis-
ing a little early. We will have
to set our close out deadline for
Tuesday, 10:00 a.m. and hope
that any article you wish printed
in the paper next week can be
turned In prior to that time.
To Sponsor Services
The Gulf County Ministerial As-
sociation will sponsor two union
Thanksgiving worship services on
Thanksgiving morning this year,
according to Rev. J. 0. Odum, sec-
retary of the Ministerial Associa-
tion. One 'service will be conducted
in Port St. Joe and one in Wewa-
The service in Port St. Joe will
be held at 9:00 a.m. on Thanksgiv-
ing ,day in the First Methodist
Church. The Rev. Joel McGraw,
Minister of the Pentecostal Holi-
ness Church of Port St. Joe, will
deliver the Thanksgiving sermon.
Tlianksgiving musicwill tbe direct-
ed by Earnest iStoutamire, Minister
of Music 'of the First Baptist
Church of Port St. Joe. Ministers
in the Port St. Joe area will assist
in the services.
Plans for the Wewahltchka ser-
vices are incomplete and will be
announced later in Wewahitchka.
These are public worship services
and everyone is invited to attend.
Study Will Reveal If
Further Action Needed
Jaycee president Tom Ford ap-
pointed a committee of five at the
regular meeting of the Jaycees
Tuesday night to study the need'
and the possibility of real estate
property valuations for taxing pur-
poses In Gulf County.
Appointed to the committee were
Bob Freeman, Hulon Mitchell, Joe
Parrott, Robert Nedley and Wes-
ley R. Ramsey. The committee se-
lected Ramsey as chairman.
A study will be made over 'the
next few months of other counties
that have had a revaluation of real
property, how they went about It,
the results, what it meant to the
county as a whole and what It
meant to the Individual property
The committee will also attempt
to make an outline of what can
be realized by Gulf County in a
material sense from revaluation.
The results of committee's sur-
vey will determine whether or not
the Jaycees will take on the pro-
ject of trying to bring re-evaluation
of Gulf County real property.
Toys for Tots
Appeal Is Made
The Port St. Joe Jaycees have
begun their annual appear for old
toys that may be repaired and giv-
en to unfortunate children at
The Jaycees have set aside mon-
ey collected in their blanket at the
Ohirstmas parade to purchase
parts, paint and supplies for fixing
up the old toys and the purchase of
some new toys.
The Jaycees themselves, have
undertaken the task of renovating
'the old toys and distributing them
on Christmas eve.
All toys that can be repaired are
being asked for. The toys will be
picked up if you will cal Hulon
Mitchell at 227-4696 or you may
bring the toys by Campbell's Drug
Store, Basil's Standard Station, the
Florida National Bank or The Star.
Senator George A. Smothers Named
State Heart Fund Chairman for 1963
Senator George A. Smathers has
been named 1963 State Heart Fund
Chairman. The announcement was
made by rederick -C. Prior, West
Palm Beach, chairman of the board
of the Florida Heart Association
at 'a meeting last week of the
Florida Council of 100 at the Ha-
As Heart Fund Chairman, Sena-
tor Smathers will assist in, mobil-
izing statewide support for the an-
nual Heart Fund drive conducted
by affiliated chapters and coun-
cils throughout Florida during Feb-
Prior pointed out that deaths
caused by heart and circulatory di-
seases are greater than all other
causes combined, both in 'the state
of Florida and in the United States
as well. The Heart Association, the
only voluntary health agency devo-
ted exclusively to combating heart
disease, is supported entirely by
voluntary contributions. Funds rais-
ed are used in a concentrated pro-
Florida Power Completes Negotiations
For Second Financing Program of Year
"Florida Power Corporation has
just completed negotiations for its
second important financing of the
year 1962," announced George F.
Foley, ,senior vice president, secre-
tary and treasurer.
On November 8, a closing will
be held on 100,000 shares of cumu-
lative preferred stock at $100 per
.share for a total of $10 million.
Th'e dividend rate on this new
issue of preferred was established
at 4.58%. "This preferred stock
rate is the lowest established for
a AA-rated utility since August,
1958, which is remarkable in view
of the fact that negotiations were
carried on for the sale of this is-
sue in the midst of the Cuban cri-
sis," Foley said.
"This is unusual evidence of con-
tinuing faith in Florida, and par-
+t larl4,,i-i nthe central and west
Sen. George A. Smathers
gram of research, education and
October 31, with a group of under-
writers headed by Kidder, Peabody
& Co., and Merrill Lynch, Pierce,
Fenner and Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Ben Hen-
derson of Oak Grove announce the
birth of a son, Michael Wayne on
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Darrel
Lighthill of 1903 Juniper St., an-
coast areas served by our com- nounce the birth of a son, Mathew
pany," Foley continued. "It is the Wayne on November 3.
second financing attempted nby Mr. and Mrs. Billy Rudolph Den-
Florida Power Corporation in 1962; nis, 510-A 6th Street announce the
the first mortgage bonds marketed birth of a son, Billy Jackson on
in May of 'this year were sold at a November 7. W
yield that was the lowest of any Mr. and Mrs. William Douglas-
electric utility company in the past Walters, Beacon Hill announce the
four years-4.20%," he said. birth of a daughter Loralie on No-
The underwriting agreement for vember 8'.
the preferred issue was signed on (Continued On Page 8)
borrowed' from Mrs. H. iC. Brown.
i ... .She carried a cascade bouquet of
', "5 ',..I .' butterfly roses nestled in leaves
--Atand bridal tulle from a which fell
tiny satin ribbons caught with love
knots and lilies of tile valley.
Mrs. Cooper chose for her daugh-
Ster's wedding a street length dress
of iced aqua with 'which she wore
f complimenting accessories of the
same and deeper shades. She ,wore
\0-.a corsage of white carnations. Mrs.
Ap."Lucas chose for the wedding a rose
wool dress with which she wore
S "beige accessories and a corsage of
Immediately following the cere-
W moneyy the bride's parents entertain-
ed with a breakfast in the social
hall of the church. Guests were
greeted at the door and introduced
to the receiving line ]by Mrs. George
Cooper. A color scheme of yellow
;and white was used throughout the
ofI Sreception room. The birdie's table
overlaid in yellow with white or-
gandy, with accents of tiny yellow
roses and flanked by crystal com-
apotes filled 'with yellow mumrs and
ferns with tiny ribbon streamers
..n J. over the table edge, was centered
'-t ~" ", '" 1' .'by a beautiful 'white embossed three
J tiered wedding cake topped with
'.'' ". "- .. .. the traditional miniature bride and
'groom. After the initial cutting of
e b .the cake by the couple, Mrs. Leo
Miss Rita Cooper Becomes the Bride VanLandstngham presided at the
of Stephen L. Lucas On Novem ber, 3rd A table deoraed identically to
Se L. O the bride's table, though centered
with a wedding ring and fall flow-
Miss Rita Cooper became the she wore a matching headpiece ac- er arrangement held a silver punch
bride of Stephen L. Lucas, Satur- scented by a tiny veil. She carried and coffee service. A silver tray of
day morning November 3 'at 10:00 a bouquet of bronze and gold -pom dainty gold and green -rice bags
am.: in the Lodig Avenue Baptist poms nestled in matching tulle and completed the setting. Mrs. Joe
Church of Port St. Joe. The Rover- autumn leaves with satin strean- Griffin preisded at the punch ser-
end t. C. Odum, pastor, performed ers. v Pie 'and Miss Sue Durant at the
the impressive double ring core- Miss Vicki VanLandingham of coffee service. A -smaller matching
moLy. Thomasville, Geogrla and Mrs. table held a single butterfly rose'
The bride is the daughter of Mr. Donald C. VWalker of Macon, Geor- and the bride's book. Mrs. Richard
and Mrs. Ivey ,Cooper of'Port :St. gia, served the bride as brides- Lancaster presided.
Joe, and the bridegroomin is the son maids. They wore nle green slipper Mrs. Lucas chose for her wedding
of-Mr. and Mrs. J. O: ` tucas, "also of satin dresses and headpieces ,fash- trip a beige tweed two piece suit
Port 'St. Joe. Ioned Ide tically to that worn by with which she 'wore olive green
The sanctuary was beautifully the maid of honor. They carried accessories and a corsage of roses
decorated with a large arrangement 'bouquets of bronze and gold pom lifted from her bridal bouquet.
of bridal flowers including yellow poms and autumn 'leaves. 'Out of town relatives and guests
and 'bronze mums. The choir rail tihe best man was Kenneth Set- attending 'were Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
and center'arch, overlaid with white tlemire of Port St. H'oe. Us er Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Van-
accen'ted by greenery and golden groomsmen were Joe Griffin and Landingham of Thomasville, Geor-
fall leaves and flanked with yellow Robert Hltchins, also of Port St. gia, Mr. 'and Mrs. P. 0. 'Cooper, Mr.
lighted tapers, formed 'the back- Joe. and Mrs. Preston L. Cooper, Mr.
ground for exchanging the wedding Th' e :bride was given in marriage and Mrs. tloyd 0. Cooper, Herbert
vows. The family pews were desig- by her father. She was radiantly and Harriette of Ochlocknee, Geor-
nated with .white satin bows. lovely in a gown of antique peau gia and Miss Virginia stallings of
As the guests assembled, Mrs. M. de sole featuring an elongated bod- Macon, Georgia.
L. Britt, organist, presented a pro- ice ,with close scooped neckline, The couple left for their honey-
gram of prenuptial music. The tra- tapered conch sleeves and slim bell moon to points of interest in the
ditional wedding marches 'were skirt with a floating court train. northeastern states. The couple
used Adorning her head was, a rose of w sil e rse in Portsmouth, New
Miss Sonia Cooper served her sis peau from which flowed her finger- Hampshire, where Mr. Lucas is sta-
ter as maid of honor. She wore a ti.p veil of Illusion. Her only orna- toned with the United States Nuc-
street length dress of autumn 'gold meant 'was a baby necklace of tiny lear Submarine Division.
slipper satin with a semib ell skirt, seed pearls 'which served as a cho--_ _
fitted bodice, bataeu neckline and ker. She wore a blue lace garter
elbow length sleeves, with which for something blue and something Send 'rh tar To A PFrie dI
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Herring of Overstreet announce
the engagement of their daughter, Julia Ann to Ronald
Ferril Kimmel, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Kimmel of Oak-
land, California. The wedding will be an event of Novem-
ber 19, at the First United Pentecostal Church of Highland
View. No invitations will be sent. All relatives and
friends are invited.
Miss Martha Costin, bride-elect
of Thanksgiving .day, was honored
with a calling shower at the home
of Mrs. W. T. Mosely recently.
Serving a.s hostesses were Mrs.
Elizabeth Thompson, Mrs. Otis
Pyle, Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr., and
The Mosely home 'was decorated
in various 'shades of pink. The tea
table was overlaid with 'white linen
and centered with a low mass ar-
rangement 'of delicate pink carna-
tions, roses and fern. Tall pink ta-
pers in silver candelabra further
carried out the pink decor. Assist-
ing in serving the guests were Mrs.
Billy Fred Parrish, Mrs. Bill Rish
and Mrs. Vince Kilbourne. Gifts
were displayed in the Florida room.
The Thonoree were a sheath of'
gold brocade 'with an, inlaid satin
cummerbund and matching acces-
sories. 'She 'was presented an au-
tumn corsage of bronze pompoms
and a pair of candlesticks by the
Receiving the guests were the
hostesses, the honoree, Mrs. Chaun-
cey Costin, mother of the bride-
elect, Mrs. Ernest Spiva, mother of
the bridegroom-elect and Mrs. Dan
Kimmel, sister of the bridegroom-
Miss Costin will become the
bride of Ernest Raymond Spiva,
Jr., Novemiber 22 'at 5:30 ip.m., EST
in the First Methodist Church of
Port St. Joe. No invitations are be-
ing 'sent, but all friends and rela-
tives are invited to attend.
WMS Number 1 Sets
'Next Week's Meetings
The Women's Missionayr 'Society
Number 1 of the First Baptist
Church announces the following
'meeting pl.ics .next. week:'
Circle 1 with Mrs. Lounie Bell.
Circle 2, Mrs. E. C. Cason.
Circle 3, Mrs. J. 0. Baggett.
'Circle 4, Mrs. J. D. Davis.
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'0 R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
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Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a. .
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
TONY POWELL Men's and Boy's Department
GLADYS S. GILL Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
RUTH KEELS *' Sportivwear and 'Hosiery
NORMA LEE ROYAL Shoes for the' Family
IRIS OLIVIA DAVIS ..-... Ladles' and Children's Lin.eri
HAROLD KEELS and DORENE SPEARS Extra
BOYLES PRE-THANKSGIVING SALE!
(Featuring 88c Thank Offerings and Toni-Lee--girl turkey
SMASHES ALL NOVEMBER RECORDS!
Winner's name will be drawn Tuesday, Nov. 20-6 p.m.
Recently we've been trying to
turn our attention from Shoes,
Socks and Wearing Apparel when,
,writing this column. While this
may sound haywire, we prefer it
that way. The heading tells one
story (facts, too). These lines
are designed to follow another
theme which we hope to keep in
the category of truth and facts
also some comments and ob-
servations of oiur own others
quoted (They sound so much
better). For instance: "Any fool
can cirticize and condemn .
and most fools do". This from a
blotter received in our mail
monthly which also contains the
current calendar in addition to
a different quote that is food for
thought. Here's a poem from
friends and readers in Maryland
that came this week: "A horse
can't pull while kicking. This fact
I merely mention; and he can't
kick while pulling which is
my chief contention Let's
imitate t'he good old horse and
leadd -a life that's fitting. Just pull
an honest load, and then there'll
be no time for kicking." Thanks
to Mr. 'and Mrs. I. V. C., Takoma
Park, Maryland. The kind re-
marks included are also very
much appreciated. It would be
'good to have a line from some of
our local friends.
A little girl asked the author
of Alice in Wonderland, "Where
is Wonderland?" The able writer
replied: "Wonderland, my dear,
is all around you, over you and
under you the fresh air, the
beautiful sky, glorious sunshine,
the stately trees, the green
grass, the 'winding rivers, the spa-
cious seas, the wealthy earth."
Yes, 'we live in Wonderland. How
much do we really appreciate
'this privilege? We can take our
choice and live in Wonderland or
Grumbleland! Now, the alert
and thoughtful girl I married re-
minds me it's time for Slumber-
land Wonderland's able as-
sistant! S'long. RGB
SPECIAL THANK OFFERINGS THIS WEEK END!
"HAPPY SHOE SAVINGS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY"
iStyles new and different
Unpacked this week
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Sizes 5 to 10. Save about 20% straps.
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first to welcome
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nfants and toddlers. White and black
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The largest selection of Shoes in Gulf County
BOOTS (By Acme)
For Boys and Girls
$3.88 to $5.88
Cowboy, Wellington, Engineer and Majorette
Styles. Black, red, white. Sizes 4 to 8, 8V2 to
12, 12/2 to 3.
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For Tots Sizes 2 to 8 Pink or Blue
See the most exciting holiday selection of bed-
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THURSDAY, November 15, 1962
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Wendell, Sr., of Goshen,
New York, announce the engagement of their daughter,
Arleen Wendell, to Eddie Montgomery, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George L. Montgomery, 503 Third Street, Port St.
Miss Wendell was graduate from Goshen Central
High School in 1961. She is employed by Dr. C. F. Crist,.
D.V.M., of Campbell Hall, N. Y.
Mr. Montgomery attended Port St. Joe High School
and is now serving with the U. S. Navy aboard the USS'
Shangri-La, Mayport, Florida.
An early December wedding is planned.
First Baptist Circle Has Elementary School
Royal Service Program Lunch Room Menu
The WMS Number 1 of the First Port St. Joe Elementary School'
Baptist Church met at the church Monday, November 19
Monday afternoon for the regular Baked beans, spiced ham slices,
Royal Service program with Circle buttered spinach, celery sticks,
2 in charge. prunes, white bread and milk.
Mrs. Milton Chafin, program Tuesday, November 20'
chairman, led the group in the de-
votional using Mark 3:41-45 and (Thanksgiving dinner)
presented -a very colorful program Baked turkey and dressing, Eng-"
on Baptist 'work in Mexico. lish peas, apple rings, parker house"
Prayers were led by Mrs. E. C. rolls, spice cake, orange cycles,'
Cason and Mrs. C. A. McClellan. milk and butter.
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Morning Worship 11,.00 AM.
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- THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, November 15, 19t2
Sikes Thanks Voters For Vote
Of Confidence In Election
CRESTVIEW-Congressman Bob "Unquestionably, a Republican
Sikes following his election for a tide was running in the South in
12th .term in the National Congress this election. This was indicated
has issued this statement.
welcome the oe of onidence by the close vote in the other Flor-
I welcome the vote of confidence
given me by the people of the new ida 'elections, an dby the fact a
First District, and I recognize the second congressional seat was lost
full responsibility that vote be- to the Republicans. In view of this
stows. I have earnestly sought to trend my victory margin of five to
b a congressman for all the peo- one is quite impressive, and I am
ple of my -district, and I accept deeply grateful for the dedicated
with complete sincerity this new work of my friends who made it
mandate to continue my efforts. possible."
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Protect Your Plants From The Cold
By HERVEY SHARPE
fer that you use your own soil.
IIf you cover shrubs with plastic
Florida Agricultural Extension Ser. if you cover shrubs with plastic
Some gardeners say tht if the 'bags, be sure to set them free
Some gardeners say tht if the shortly after 'ole Sol' melts the
Cuban blockade is to save our lives, frost. Otherwise a prized ornamen-
why can't we .set up a winter wea- tal may ,be stewed in its own juice
other blockade to save the lives of inside this collector of sun rays.
ornamentals? Frost has no terrors in gardens
This sound's like a good idea. of well-adapted plants, says John
But until these gardeners learn how V. Watkins, University of Florida
to stop cold weather at the state horticulture professor. But during
line, it will ibe easier for most gar- the sudden, cold wave following a
deners to use other measures of prolonged warm period some plants
need a helping hand.
protecting plants from Jack rost. need a helping hand.
Almost any type of material to Usually this involves -putting a
cover plants will help you fight blanket around the plants, or sup-
your backyard cold war. These in- plyin heat. Plants are covered to
ludewood, clot slow down 'the rate a't which the
lude wood, cloth, paper, Spanish eat already in the plant is lost
moss, pine straw, plastics or any radiation. t
other 'material available in the by radiation inter,
On a still, clear night in winter,
neighborhood. heat is radiated into space by soil
Earth is also valuable when and plants. Their temperatures
banking young citrus trees from a fall. If they reach the freezing
freeze. But with the high cost of point, or below, frost forms on
real estate, the neighbors will pre- boards, straw, 'bare ground and
even on plant leaves. The air tem-
peiature may be well above 32 de-
grees, but the leaf may still have
frost if it is losing heat rapidly by
In this case the frost damage is
mostly mechanical. That is ,sharp
sided ice crystals that form inside
the leaves and tender plant stems
puncture cell 'walls of plant tissue,
causing death to that portion of
If cold air drifting down from
Yankeeland is already below freez-
ing, it quickly absorbs the heat
from the ornamentals and is likely
to kill the less hardy plants to
We natives call this a hard
freeze, while Chamber of Com-
merce employees soften the term
to "unusual cold wave".
Covering plants during a hard
freeze is not very effective unless
you can prevent the icy wind from
coming in 'contact with the plant.
Here's a hard-working "com-
pact" that gets all washables
. even wash 'n wears .
Magic-mix dispenser filter,
Rust-resistant cabinet and top
3-temp. wash selector, Exclu-
sive 3-point suspension, Auto-
matic spin stop, New "Pump
Protector", Efficient tempera-
ture dry spin speed.
SSt. Joe Hardware Co.
During a cold, windy .night, a
ligbh bulb under an airtight cover
may give a small plant the same
protection as a greenhouse. Oil
heaters can be used to warm lar-
ger plants covered iby giant-size
sheets of builder's plastic.
On an icy night heat is vital and
no smoke, in ,spite of a popular
misconception. So; it is a waste
of time burning a pile of leaves to
smoke up the neighborhood unless
you have 'devised 'a way to produce
more heat than smoke.
The first line of defense in guard-
ing against cold injury is to plaint
only 'those trees an dshrubs that
are completely hard yin your lo-
cality. This doesn't mean that you
should -not 'grow tender plants, but
such plants should not be the
framework of the garden.
Regard the less hardy ornaimen.
tals for their beauty, and don't
'plant them in a spot that will
leave a 'serious hole in the garden
composition when a hard freeze
inevitably kills them to the ground.
The second line of defense
against cold inury is to have plant
tissue as fully mature as possible
'when freezing 'temperatures occur.
The problem in Florida Is that
so many plants from warmer re-
gion's fail to stop growing so as to
mature their tissue during mild au-
'tumn and winter.
If you 'ever find a sure-fire way
to produce dormancy in plants
'ahead of every freeze, then shout
it from the rooftop, because It will
ibe the 'discovery of 'the century for,
Golden Agers Hold
The Golden Agers held their reg-
ular meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday
night. Two new members were
welcomed into the group.
Plans were completed for the
next meeting which will be a
Thanksgiving dinne with the Tom
Moons at White City, November
26 at 6:00 p.m. Also tentative plans
are in the making for 'a ohristmas
party, December 17.
There were four lucky members
who have November birthdays.aad
received many useful and unusual
gifts. The hostesses, Mrs. Elizabeth
Montgomery and Mrs. Ellen .Kirk-
land served delicious home baked
pumpkin pie and hot coffee.
There's a lot underneath the beauty of the '63
Comfort, silence and Chevrolet. Its roomy, comfortable Body by
Fisher screens out noise and shock. There's
luxury to challenge any instant response in a choice of 6- or 8-cylinder
engines, a host of refinements to make it run *y
and look like new longer, and plenty more
car from anywhere that make it hard to believe it's a low-priced The make more people
car. But your Chevrolet dealer can prove it! depend on
MEMPHIS, TENN-Chriles K.
Marlow, airman, USN, sod' of Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. Marlow of 803 Mar-
vin Ave., Port St. Joe, was grad-
uated October 19 from Aviation
Electronics Technician School at
the Naval Air Technical Training
Center, Memphis, Tenn., upon com-
pleting ia course on anti-submarine
warfare equipment. T HE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
The six-week course covers the THURSDAY, November 15, 1962
operation, repair and maintenance
of equipment used in detecting sub-
marines hiding under the ocean.
!Sonar, communications equipment,
and specialized systems are stud-
JESSIE FENNELL ENIOLLS
IN PITTSBURGH COLLEGE
A Gulf County student has en-
tered the 'fall trimester at Robert
Morris Junior College in Pitts-
Classes began October 15 for un-
dergraduates in both the ,school of
business administration and the
school of secretarial science. Eve-
ning classes are also under way.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Buford ennell of 273 Avenue C,
Port St. Joe, Jessie, is enrolled In
the school of secretarial science at
Remember also to order your PHOTO GREETING CARDS early. We have a
complete selection of cards and folders for photo greetings on display. Come
early and avoid the last minute rush.
These prices will be in effect from Thursday, November 1 through Saturday, November 24,
1962. Our annual Ohristmas specials are offered during 'this month to avoid the late Christ-
mas rush. Prices apply to settings made luring these dates as well as re-orders of portrait
settings made at a previous date.
OPEN: 9 to 6 Monday thru Friday 9 thur 12 Saturdays
104 Bay View Drive
Active youngsters, and
adults too, maintain their
powerhouse of ener g y
more easily when they
drink plenty of high-protein milk nature's
1963 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan shares its carefree Jet-smoothness with the new Bel Airs and Biscaynes!
Ask about "Go with the Greats," a special record album of top artists and hits and sa c four entirely
different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's-'63 Chevrolet, Chevy II, Corvair and Corvette
Floyd Chevrolet Company
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, November 15, 1962
By ROBERT MARLOW
The Jaycee High .School League
got a 'big upset this week when
Carps moved into first place 'by a
,half fo a 'game. WJOE and Florida
National Bank were on -alleys one
and two. David Roche had a 406
series for WJOE which tied Flor-
ida National Bank the third game.
Florida National took three and a
half 'big ones from WJOE.
Carps 'and Boyles were on alleys
three and four. Frankie ,Scott was
having a bad day and had a 340
.series. Carps took two big ones
that put them in first place 'by a
half of a game.
Frank and Dot's and Nedley's
were on alleys five and six. Frank
and' Dot's took two and a half
games from Nedley's, putting them
in third place.
Team Standings W L
Carps 13 7
Florida National Bank -. 12/2----7%
Frank and Dot's -... 10% 9%
Boyles 10. 10
Nedleyls 9% 10%
WJOE 5% 13%
By D. L. SICKMON
Pat's Wonder Bar and Floyd
*Chevrolet met on 'alleys one and
two Wednesday night, November
7 for a make-up game from Octo-
The (big "O's" from Pat's had a
time holding Floyd's to a split as
they evened out the four games.
Pat's Ted Grabowski, rolled a
547 series with -a 206 game in his
third ,to lead his team. Jake Kol-
ler and Billy Joe Davis followed
Ted with 481 series each.
Floyd's number one man was
none other than Sonny Floyd him-
self with a 453 series. George
Small came up with a 196 game in
his first and 'a 520 series to place
Pat's Wonder Bar land The Prid-
geon Agency came together on one
and two Monday night. With every-
one expecting the dust to fly, the
two teams rolled on to the place
o battle, but very little dust was
even .stirred as the highest series
'on the two alleys was a 480 held
Lby Bill Tew from Pat's Wonder
Bar. Jake Koller with a 479 series
was right 'behind Bill. Pat's came
out of the sham battle a three
game winner. Bill Tew rolled a 212
game in his first to take high game
for alleys one and two also.
Jimmy Costin rolling a 474 series
'for Pridgeon's led them. Carl Zim-
merman followed with a 464. Tom-
my Pridgeon and Waring Murdock,
having a slight amount of trouble,
took back seats this week.
You won't believe anything so
smart and spirited could boast
such a low price tag. Another
reason Rambler sales are smash-
ing all records. In the new
Rambler American 440-H hard-
top, two-toning, bucket seats,
console, 138-hp Six are standard.
See new hardtops, convertibles,
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' Alleys three and four were ra-
'ther quiet as Floyd Chevrolet had
to forfeit to. Pate's Shell Service.
Pate's rolled their games for league
averages. Billy Joe Richards rolled
a 460, Sick'mon a 420, Holland a
406, Adkins a 391 and Jim Kennedy
a 332 to complete their series.
The Sand Bar took Pylant's for
a four game sweep as they met on
alleys five and six. Wayne 'Smith
rolling 230, 225 and 169 led the al-
leys with both his 230 and 225
games as 'wel as his 624 series.
The Sand Bar set a new record for
their team with a new high game
oft 745 and a 2141 series game. The
.Sand Bar game each of it's bowlers
a .prize Monday night. A good team
sponsor and an interested one.
Pylant's high man was Dean
with a 422 series with Carl Mote
second rolling a 410 series. Pylant's
couldn't get off the ground Mon-
day night. With eight games given
u.p in forfeits, Pylant's is holding
their own with .a 16,268 total pin
fall, which is good bowling behind
The Custom Shop rolled over
Phillip's 66 on, seven and eight for,
four games to the dismay of the
one-time second place team.
Freeman for the Custom Shop
rolled' a big 522 .series to lead them
as they swept the four games. Troy
Gay followed with a 466 series.
Al Jensen rolling a fine 553 ser-
ies couldn't get his team out of
th pounding Phillip's 66 had to
take. Al rolled 157, 202 and 194.
Lee Taylor and Winton Ferrell
rolling 440 series each, followed.
Team Standings W L
Pat's Wonder Bar -- 33 7
Pridgeon Agency 24 16
Floyd Chevrolet -_ 22 18
.Phillip's 66 19 21
The Custom Shop 18 22
Pate's Shell Service 17 23
The Sand Bar 17 23
Plant's 12 28
White City VFD
The -White City Voluniteer Fire
Department Auxiliary met Octo-
ber 7 at the home of Mrs. Raymond
,Ten members were present.
After making Ifinal plans for the
bake sale on November 10, the la-
dies enjoyed delicious refresh-
ments served by Mrs. Hightower.
The next meeting will (be at the
home of Mrs. James Horton on No-
vember 21. All ladies of White City
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Saturday, November 17
Long Avenue Circle Springs, Ala., a brother, Sam Britt hitchka. from a week's vacation spent in
Meetings Announced of Wewahitobka; and a sister, Comforter Funeral Home was in Gordon, Alabama.
Mrs. Jessie Gaskin, of Folkston, charge of arrangements.
WMS Circles of the Long Avenue Ga. Visitors from Carolina
Baptist Church will meet next week Mr. Britt was a pilot for the U. Return From Vacation Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Retherford
by circles as follows: and children of Acme, Northi Oaro'
circle Nmer 6 MondS. Corps of Engineers and a for- Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Stevens, lina, visited here Monday wft
circle Number 6, Monday, 7:30 mer city. commissioner of Wewa- Jr., and son Jay, have returned friends and relatives.
p.m. at the church.
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Circle Number 1, Tuesday, 9:30
a.m., Mrs. M. L. Britt, 1608 Garri-
-Circle Number 2, Tuesday, 9:30
a.m., Mrs. T. J. Braxton, 220 Sev-
Circle Number 3, Tuesday, 3:00
p.m., Mrs. H. F. Barbee, 505 Eighth
Circle Number 5, Tuesday, 7:30
p.m. Mrs. J. D. Clark, 1017 Long
Circle Number 7, to be announc-
Brother of Local Resident
Dies In Wewahitchka
Funeral 'services 'for Fred D.
Warren Kmep, age 48, who died
Saturday in Wewahitchka, were
scheduled at 2:00 p.m. Monday at
the Assembly of God 'Church in We-
wahitchka with the Rev. Early
Whitfield and Sister Jean Shutz
Burial was in the Kemp Ceme-
tery at Wetapo.
Survivors Include his wife, Mrs,
Margare Doris Kemp; a daughter,
Linda Nell Kemp; his mother, Mrs.
Mary Kemp; four brothers, Eugene,
Allen, Archie and Alva Kemp all
fo Wewahitchka; seven sisters,
Mrs. Shelly Davis, Mrs. Minnie
Blankenship, Mrs. Daisy Bozeman,
Mrs. Winnie Estridge, all of We-
wahitchka, Mrs. Sue Land of Kin-
ard, Mrs. Myrtle Brown of Callo-
way, and Mrs. Maggie Tharpe of
Port St. Joe.
*Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Frank Britt, Wewa
Resident Passes Away
Funeral services for William
Franklin Britt, age 49, who died at
his 'home in Wewahitchka Sunday,
were held at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday at
'the Wewahitchka Methodist Church
with the Rev. Coyt Jordan officiat-
ing, assisted by the Rev. G. T.
Hinton. Burial was in Jehu Ceme-
Survivors are his wife, Kathleen
Britt; two daughters, Carolyn and
Barbara Britt all of Wewahitchka;
a son, J.oe rank Britt, of Double
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Port St. Joe, Florida
YOuIZL FIND II IF I/
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- house, clean and comfortable,
ment for couple only. 1621 Monu- cooking gas and hot -water. Dishes
ment Ave. Phone 227-7641. furnished if desired. One months
rent free. $40.00 per month. Call
FOR RENT: Furnished one bed- H. B. Dawson, 648-3631. Itc
room house and two bedroom side
duplex furnished. Two 2-bedroom FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom
houses furnished. St. Joe Beach. brick home, 1031 Long Ave. Ph.
Smith's Pharmacy. tfc-9-13 648-4128, J. A. Mira.
FOR RENT: Private room and FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 1301
bath. Everything furnished. 511 Woodward Ave. FHA approved.
7th St. Phone 227-4241. ,tfc-10-4 Low down payment Phone 227-
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom home
house with all electric kitchen, in excellent condition, with den,
$40.00 per mo. Also duplex apart- file bath, wall to wall carpet in liv-
ments, 2 'beCroom, nicely furnished ing room. Many other extras to go
$50.00 and $45.00 per mo. Phone with sale. Located at 1310 Wood-
648-3291 or see Mrs. Herman Ma- ward Ave. Priced for quick sale,
bury at Mexico Beach. Itc Presently FHA financed.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur- If interested phone 227-5261, George
wished apartment with garage at H. Wim'berly, Jr. tfc 10-4
1206 Palm Blvd. Call 227-7431 after FOR SALE: Beachfront property,
4:00 p.m. stfc-1-1 100' x 130' with 2 apartments fur-
FOR RENT: Good investment. Far- nished house, concrete block with
.E ...n _,,... 2 garages and naved driveway. L.
LOCUST'S EGG TO
No, today doctors don't recom-
mend this as treatment for an
earache, but at one time it was
used as an old Hebrew "cure".
Today doctors prescribe new
wonder drugs as well as those
that have proved effective over
When your doctor prescribes,
bring your prescription to us.
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Ave.
Drive-In Window Service
5 arma.. ~ oss li
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house,
1305 McClellan Ave., with garage,
rok wool 'blown-in insulation, metal
weatherstripping on doors 'and win-
dows, large gas tank and three
heaters, 'kitchen furnished or un-
furnished, $7,000.00. Dave Maddox,
Phone 229-1581. ttc-11-8
WANTED: First class cook. Steady
Job, top wages. Apply in person
to Gulf Sands Restaurant, St. Joe
FOR SALE: 10x55 Van Dyke house
'trailer. Pay small equity and
take up small monthly payments.
,Call 227-8274. 2tp
FOR SALE: Fresh dug 'sweet po-
tatoes, $4.00 'bu. One tape record-
'er, cheap. Oak wood and 'one lot
on Chipola River. Phone 229-2753,
George F. Kimbrel, White City.
M. R. DeHAAN, the Radio Bible
Class, ormnerly heard' on Sun-
days at 8:30 a.m. over WJOE can
now te heard over WPCF, 1430 on
your dial a't 9:00 a.m. each Sun-
FOR SALE: Westinghouse Laun-
dromat In good condition. $30.00.
Phone 229-1494. 2tc-11-15'
FOR SALE: New 24' boat. See at
City Pier. $600.00, $800.00 with
motor. Also 1949 Dodge, $125.00.
211 Tenth St. Phone 227-4871. ltp
FOR SALE: Good used sewing ma-
chines, from $19.95 to $22.50. Hur-
ry! We only have six of these ma-
chines left. Surplus Sales Sewing
Center across, st. from Post Office.
FOR SALE: Modern 2 bedroom
concrete block house, insulated,
thermostat controlled heat on 185
x75 ft. lot. New chain link fence
around back yard. Pay equity or
low financing cost. 'See at 129 Hun-
ter Circle, Ferrell Allen, Jr. 'tfc
A spacious three bedroom, two
bathroom home with separate din-
ing -room and den. Has oak floors,
thermostatically controlled heat.
'Can sell for only $12,950. Can pur-
chase 'by investing only $400, which
includes closing cost.
A large three bedroom, two bath-
room house located on three lots.
Has 'approximately 2,000 square
feet of living area, plus a two car
garage. Priced to sell for only $15,-
FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY
221 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-3491
MOVING? Think of MAYFLOWER.
Let SURPLUS SALES of ST.
JOE handle your moving and stor-
age problems. Free estimates, lo-
cal and long distance. Experienced,
responsible. Phone 227-2011, or
come In and see us at SURPLUS
SALES of ST. JOE, 201 Monument
Ave., Port St. Joe, across from
'the Post Office.
ST. IJOE & CLEANERS
412 Monument Avenue Telephone 227-2071
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
-- ONE DAY SERVICE -
Complete Landry Service
Dry Cleaning Service
Trained, Expert Employees Will Give Your Garment the Finest of Care
W. P. COMFORTER, Owner and Manager
(Conti d Fr- P 1)
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eugene
Sweitzer, Route 3, announce the
,birth of a son, William Daniell on
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Brinson
Flower of Wewahitchka announce
the birth of a son, Robert Glen on
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Henry Walker,
Jr., 239-B Ave. A announce the
birth of a son, Otis Henry, III.
I will do part or full-time book-
keeping In my home or at you;-
place of business. Experienced
in a'" types of book work. Typ-
ing work done neatly and correct.
R. W. HENDERSON, Phone 229-
WANTED: Experienced motel maid
Steady work. Apply In person
only at Gulf Sands Court. ttc-9-20
DIAMOND RINGS, watches, shot-
guns, pistols, tools, fishing tackle,
sewing machines, record players
and many other Items. PROWS
Used Auto Parts and Pawn Shop,
301 Third St. lltp-10-18
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 11,6
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Met-
Ing first and third Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
Wvick expert service. tf
As of this date, Thursday, Octo-
ber 25, I will no longer 'be respon-
sible for debts incurred in my name
unless approved by 'me personally.
G. L. DUREN 4tp-10-25
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8:00 p.m.
at Parish House, 809% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 for
further information or write P. 0.
Box 535. tt
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. AUl members urged to
Nogle Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
Ing companions welcome.
Everett McFarland, High Priest
Edgar Smith, Secretary
)THERE WILL BE a regular eom-
I munication of Pirt St. Joe Lodge
No, ill, F. & A. M. every first and
third Thursday It 8:00 p.m.
ROY L. BURCH, W. M.
ROY K. BLACKSHEAR, See
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of:
EMMA C. ANDERSON,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Em-
ma C. Anderson, deceased, are
hereby notified 'and required to file
any claims or demands which they
may have against said estate in the
office of 'the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
six (6) calendar months from the
date of 'the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand must
'be in writing and must state the
place or residence and post-office
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by 'the claimant, his
agent, or his attorney, or it will be-
come void according to law.
/s/ W. 0. ANDERSON,
Executor of the Estate of
Emma C. Anderson, deceased
November 1, 1962 4t
Silas R. Stone
Attorney for Executor
On alleys one and two, the Port
St. J oeStevedores regained first
place 'by blasting four points from
the Roche Furniture team. Yank
Zimmerman was the big gun for
the winners with one of his high
series of 492. Ted Grabowski was
second with 483. Ruel Whitehurst
was 'consistent with 446 but the
splits still held "Whitey" down.i
Wayne Smith completely blew his
poise with a low 452, low 'for
Wayne that is, and Lou Little had
one high game of 204, good enough
to bag a 462 series to lead the
team from Roche's.
Florida National Bank let Cos-
tin's pound on them the first game
but came back to pound some of
their own enabling them to split
with the Sweepers. Billy Joe Rich-
ards took 'the honors for 'the bank-
ers with 498 followed by Grover
Holland's 484. Jim Rabon had an-
other good night with his 452. Jim-
my Costin was the only standout
on the Costin team with his series
of 571 including a 229 game. Jake
Koller was way 'behind Jimmy with
504 followed by Tommy Pridgeon's
491. Waring Murdock rolled a
:wierd 118 game to give him a 469
Michigan Chemical and Basil's
Standard 'postponed until a later
'Standings are as follows:
Team Standings W L
,Stevedore's 25 11
Costin's 24 12
Fla. National Bank __ 18 18
Roche's Furniture 14 22
Michigan -Chem. ... 12 20
Basil's 9 23
Games next week will be as fol-
Alleys one and two, Stevedores
vs., Michigan Chemical.
Alleys three and four: Florida
National Bank vs Roche's.
Alleys five and six: Costin's vs
By AL JENSEN
Well, tans .the upsets of the sea-
son were the case on the lanes in
the Tuesday 'ni g h t Industrial
League, as team standings were
changed like a game of chess.
The Lab took tour from Glidden,
Box Plant took three from Pulp
Mill, Vitro adn Paper Mill split two
and two, Meter Shop took Back
Maintenance three to one. In the
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Special Factory Purchase
with AM/FM tuner, 4 speaker
sound system. Mahogany.
ST. JOE RADIO
and TV Company
Ph. 227-4081 308 4th St.
114 Monument Avenue
REPAIRS ON ALL TYPE ROOFS
- SHINGLE ROOFS
ROOFING of ANY TYPE
WEEK END SPECIALS
I Lot Ladies
3 pr. $1.00
- ea. 49c
- ea. 49c
2 nr. $1.00
Slim Jims $1.99 -$2.99
Children's Size 3 to 6x
Slim Jims pr. 88c
Blouses $1.22 $2.99
1 Lot Children's
Shoes pr. $1.99
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Jee, Flwets
By The Star Publishing Company
W'ESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publihds
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Celumnit, Heporter. f
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Departent
DIAL 227-3161 PosTOFFicz Box 306
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the kototflMe, Pet 1t. See
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS, 6lS7JO
TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or omissions in advertlsemetas, the publsher
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount reostwed or m
iHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, November 15, 1962
process Vitro took over first, drop- makes only 11 points difference be-
ping the Pulp Mill to -second. Lab- tween the first place team and last
oratory 'took over third, dropping place teams, which is giving the
Back Maintenance to four place
leaving Glidden with a two point odds makers a big headache trying
margin over Meter Shop, the Paper 'to figure out the final standings
Mill and Box Plant teams 'tied one this year.
point 'behind in last place. This -c
We are closing out our entire lines of GLIDDEN and
GOLD BOND PAINTS at ONE-THIRD OFF our
prices, which is 40 to 50 percent off list price, in or-
der to make room for our new and complete line of
Pee Gee Paint
100 GALLONS GOLD BOND
85 GALLONS GLIDDEN
_-- CLOSE-OUT PRICES
Gold Bond Interior & Exterior Velvet
gal. -- $3.98
qts. ---- 99c
Glidden Spred Satin
$3.84 qts. $1.23
pints --- 86c
Outside Oil Paint
gal. $4.50 qts. -- $1.33
Bildwel Supply Co.
414-416 Reid Avenue
For helpful household hints
and tasty recipes
Miss Carol Bocan
Florida Power Corporation
Home Service Adviser
as she presents
... THE MODERN WAY
1 P.M. each Tuesday
7 P.M. each Wednesday
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Terms. Call 227-8165. 4tc-11-1 W. Porter, RFD 2, Box 118, Palatka,
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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished FOR SALE: House at 1303 McClel-
lan Avenue. $550 'down and take
a up payments. iSee Gene Fowler,
MI00nn r.n.-, Ae +.-11 -
FOR FUN ... FOR VALUE
STHE EPCK or THE
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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