The Jasper news
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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579542
oclc - 33315707
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..NOT REPEATED IN, FEBRUARY :\: .<,' brown, become blackened or water' GARDEN CLUB
.. Gardening !In \ Mrs. Kyser I March of Dimes
soaked. *, W.illiam. {
Citrus Trees May Survive The THANKS
f FloridaBy Cold' injury to evergreen ornamentals Elected President 'Campaign[ Begins
Freeze After All :e may show fs irregular::11 LIGHTING, CONTEST

Hervey SharpePeople brown blotches on the leaves. In of Cancer Society The Jasper Garden Club wishesto The 25th Anniversary of the
its appreciation to Mr.J. .
fmild express
By Mland H raU Staff Writer vase o damage the leaves
: L. Cbuum and Florida Power March of Dimes this January projniseSrfejto -
and plants are alike sfciceboth become tinged red'or becomebronzed. the
I I. .. ,. ... .-=1 1I ; .. The Hamilton County; Unit of the
If the injury to citrus from the ''are subject. to*freezing tT .- ,***** 'American Cancer Society'held an Corporation ior4hecash*gift .,.be, the, most sueessful

freeze follows the pattern of past I D.&; B Reports they depend only on "nature- Flower buds also may be damaged Executive Meeting Thursday noon, which they gave to help buy prizes in years. Mrs. Shirley Owens is
freezes the industry no j clothes for for the Christmas Lighting Pro-
major may \ warmth. the
( by cold weather. Injury. asa- December 27. 1962. at Louise'sRestaurant County Campaign director and
be hurt was feared at Increase in I and for the
as badly as gram. encouragementwhich
I recent topcoat weather lea flower buds,may not be apparenf in Jasper Florida. she will announce her volunteer
first. many plants did freeze. However'\ until the those in attendance they have given the cXJb in
plant begins flowering were: Mrs.
; In no single' freeze in.either Fk>ri- Jasper Business all the freeze, ,damage is not 'apparent -' Few flowers appear An examination Ruth Neilson Executive Director, carrying out this program. Again, workers soon. Hamilton Countyand
; da or to Califo ,.has there been we wish to thank ever'Ol1ebo. other North Florida Counties
Somedamage won't show: will show that the buds failedto District ill, Cancer Information
extensive outright 'J llcitGf' mature The business population Jasper took dart in the program, and also the Treatment
t I rf. up until spring. develop. They u..,small, completely Center Tallahassee Mrs. Wlliam support new "Special
,trees The disr of HbrMa'icitrus is!sap 5.3 percent over January When. brown ? Kyser 'Mrs. Johnson the judges. Center" for the Birth De-
Y 1M-96..w springs begins bursting: out Banc) ar easily broken Myron Mrs.
industry sa 1362 announces Joseph-F.; 'Anderson all ,over. ., ut \; "* !Hannah Bland and Mrs. William ' .- som* fofia will discover; j fects at the Medical Center in
result 9f"two',, freezes one on Dee;'] '
distrlct-'manager of the Jacksonville ,
that some of 'their I iPolk- who is the Unit's Gainesville.
27-29 and the other on Feb. 7-9. I Florida office. "prized' ornamentals Cold damaged camellia flower SecretaryTreasurer This is a project of
:Although most of ,this season's that figures, ',obtain bya physical states : have already burst To-theneopfiyte"gardener buds may remain'on: the plants for Due to the fact that Elder Roy plan to have a full slate of ,. the National Foundation which will
K ,-remaining j' ?) this could be an, some time after they normally DeVane had found it necessary to Committee Chairman and Board of benefit everyone living in Florida.
on : l
of Dun
: count the & Bradttre&t.1.
,omenTofa strafe new disease.Dr. WDU& have opened- They often ex submit his resignation as Presidentof Directors appointed or elected National Fondation funds are fur
trees' is extensive
likely to drop, I
r themselves erence Book for January '1963 totsled -1 r H. ft- Miller, plant nathok band showing color as If await the Unit consideration was given within a short time. enting the Salk Institution of Biological
damage to' the trees
t I 60 manufacturers, wholesalersand gist at the University of' Florida big anxiously to see infolded;; drop to the appointing of a new Presi Plans were also started for the Resarch in California.
i be And nerdseason's
should not expected. ::
retailers in the city as compared -
Agricultural Experiment Station dent. Mrs. William Kyser, Vice- 1962 CANCER CRUSADE DRIVE
I should be heavy from the plant. The dropped buds Support your March of Dimes
for crop to do I) with 57 in January, 1962. says chances are the spitting barkis will be brown at the base of the President, was appoi ed"t serveas January 16. 1963 at 8:00 o'clock. Campaign for Polio, Birth Defects,

enough welL grove owners Mr. Anderson noted that this not a new plant ailment, but the petals. If the firm buds; are sliced President and accepted-the appointment -! The place wk'1 be announced later. Arthritis and the SaBc Institute.

very month Dun & Bradstreet; Inc. is aftermath of the December freeze. open the inside willfbe a sickly The, 'office! of Vice President a --- ----------
f In the first or the two freezes of I sending requests for financial state Delayed death of plant branches brown. Many of these'sickly brown will be fined at a later CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
the 1894-95 season the temperatures ments to the 2.9 million ,business also causes alarm. buds are mailed tojUniversity of date after several contacts can be CORNER -

recorded throughout the peninsular 'listed in the Reference. ook.; These Azaleas and camelias often are Florida plant pathologists are diseased made. Motto: Know Hamilton County and tell Others about It

f were almost exactly the same as 11 I statements are essential: to the slow in showing freeze damage. II buds. Most those of December 13. 'credit issued by the business i moved to about
reports Jack Frost's havoc may not show "freeze damage> our county a year
However the major part of ,the information agency.,1'he' request up until weeks or months after the House plants also: injured by ago and have been active in community -

citrus industry at that time was are sent to all business regardless chilling winds have given away to temperatures no lower than 40 to projects The Hamilton

north of the present Central Florida I of size from the corner tropical breezes. In case of citrus 50 degrees. Low temperature damage County Unit of the American Cancer

citrus area, and so the ,grocery to the million dollar manufacturer trees the bark: on badly nipped is often confused'with disease Society is proud to have Mrs.
peratures 'were somewhat i j. trees splits soon after the freezing Kyser as their President.: -
tem.l symptoms. African(violets, gloxinias -
15 to*19 degrees, compared I Because of the constant flux in temperature.Split and related types of pot plant Mrs. Kyser and Mrs Johnson,
to 22: ;: in Central 'I
f degrees the American business community bark on citrus trees usually injuries show up as: water-soaked
I Dec. 13. It |{there are more than 5,000,changes calluses over leaving a scar. But leaves. Cold damage to such plants

t According to the late Drfl ,H. now occuring 'daily 'in! .Reference on small shrubs, such as azaleas I as philodendrons appears/ as leaf GENE SANDLIXS MAKE
!- Webber USDA citrus specialist J.I Book data. This mammoth volumes and camellias, it's a deathdealingblow philodendrons appears as leaf ANNUAL VISIT HEREF.

f fruit was frozen' solidly in the must be reissued every two to the branches affected. spots surrounded by water-soaked E. Sandlin Sr., his wife Mat- ,. .tR k .. "
freeze but remained firm ,for 'amonth'drain I I months to J keep uptodate credit Often you are not aware of the margins. Other symptoms; include tie sons Gene Jr. and Kirby II : .

: ]which time ':much of j,facts in the hands of manufact- damaged bark until you notice a irregular' tan or j straw-colored left last Friday for Artesia, New

r it was shipped or used 'lo ally.'Afjf. urers and wholesalers. The credit dead,branch on a plant. blotches. \" ,Mexico. They had spent the Christmas : .' ;;

.- ter that most of the rest of the :report which stands behind each During the first week after a 1 holidays here with their parents
'{, fruit remaining on :the trees '"drop 'entry in the Reference Book con-.freeze, symptoms of plant damageare It you're not sureu'! >f an ailmenton Kirby.and Jeptha Sandlin end

,,: tains such information as the obvious. In some cases leaves your plants It's .always a pod the Brorsens of Live, Oak. r. .
n ped.Although the leaves were.t killed, I.firm's history, ownership, operation die or turn, yellow and- fall from idea to check the symptoms with This is an annual custom of

L. little Ibark'splitting or 'twig1 financial stability, and cur- the plant tin tender plants frozen your county agent or send a plant theirs. They drove home in-a new

_ J was 6tect.'-Afterl\he mkkBe of rent payments record. stems blacken and 'shrivel. "The I specimeni the Pant| Pathology Ford station wagon purchasedfrom .
uary a warm spell caused Jm-I: I damage extends from the tips of Department, Agricultural Experiment the: Lewis Motor Co. Gene I

, i trees.:4orpuh' outuheW the branches downward. If the Station, University of Florida 'always makes it a point to'get his ,

their* fare -.bnm&es.: 'This:was:.a ,Industry." published by the University plant has been killed it will turn I Gainesville. i cars from the Lewis Motors.

1 perfect*sett'irlor'ihe+ ( : ;'disaster; that of 'California a Press, Dr. -- -- --- -- -

followed, 'wherf: the "second'"freeze;; .:freezeintrees : 'FLORIDA. 'WILDLIFE' SCRAPBOOK' f
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of neayJyte: <|tJaTingthejflrSt'onelriseventySftitf ss. t t iurts.r

",." -.-,.'- *dri eb",7,9, 4895* ,', J t 1 ly> iUefJ,,unpnaed. _;' :J'._- .Ii
This was .the.-freeze that.didthe_ ,] A study..of tree'care during V /

;: great damage.. Trees'30*to"to.: *j ears I California freeze 'ofl913! ;led citrus' ; 2 -
old were killed ..to. the ground. experts to develop'this.maxim:. *}: 1r

i I Variety of citrus! pr rpotstock made, 'The".1ess pruning the quicker therecovery" r

i small differences ,
7 t While most of the groves were Where growers had pruned trees

north of the.- present citrus area it immediately ater the freeze the
f is _doubtful that the short distance trees lost more wood than did! trees SMILE! BE HAPPY! ITS 1963! ENJOY FRIENDLY FLORIDA!
\ This is the message that more than five million Floridians hopeto
would have made much difference.: were not pruned. California
convey to those millions of very wonderful people who are doing us
:.t Were Florida to get a second se growers are still advised to wait
t the honor of being visitors in our state this winter. The above design
-! vere freeze this season, say around ,a year before removing dead wood, s JAW LINE
;;: s released by the Florida Council of 100 will be visible throughout the
the first of February, 1963 the disaster but to spend their energy duding EXTENDSBEHIND .
: of 67 years ago could be re- t the spring and summer immediately v state in the coming months.

peated. following a freeze reshapingtheir OFTEN CALLED "TROUT'E YE The Florida Council of 100 is a group of leading businessmen,

f Barring such a disaster, Florida trees by" disbudding (heading industrialists and educators in our state, who are dedicated to the

older groves should recover sufficiently back) vigorous twigs to encourage FLORIDA{ _TOP-RANKED general upgrading of our economy and these men are spearheading) a

) to produce'a fair-sized crop branching. FRESH WATER GAME courtesy campaign in which millions' of their fellow Floridans have

next!' season This is based upon Florida'has' its own citrus specialists joined to ;make the tourists day just a bit brighter by showing we
observation of some of the best I however, and their word shouldbe S. FISH -- KM0WMEVERYWHERE reaDyare glad they are here. Just be friendly and: boost your own

eyes in the citrus industry. taken to cover local conditionsA FOR .1 town-vhen talking to a tourist Remember-even if it's cold and

t, Dr. Webber after observing bulletin entitled Treatment ofCold -p IT'S FIGHTING rainy here (unusual weather) its worse back where they came from.

freezes in Florida and in California Injured Citrus Trees has been .- ABILITY

'wrote that the crop of the ensu- I AND ''" ;.;;.{ ,

.. ing year is almost invariably hea- h LARGAVEPAGEi E SIZE FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS tr

i.pre-reeding Extension Service, University of 1 By Fred' O. Dickinson, Jr., in our state and the overall economic t
( Florida; Ganesville, Florida. Grove
f -
Chatrnna11re'F picture, have tonI ued :
we !
of the In Florida following obtain copies free by FROM SUP 1
t: crops 1 owners can Odds Council of 100 our fight against what,*we.believe :
j the severe freezes of 1886 and 1917 writing to that address. '
j and of the crops in California following -I, Florida Citrus Mutual intends to H 6 TO ,winter With the visitor rapid approach of the Revenue*o be regulations Service by detrimental the Internal to ,

I the freezes of 1913, 1922 and publish this bulletin in ,full in a I season we have the
:::, 1937. forth coming issii* of "Triangle", : j 20 POUNDS, continued to make every effort to
Our latest action
promote tourism and thereby was to send
f Writing in Volume 2 of the Citrus which goes to Mu ual members. the
Florida's greatest industry.Our following telegram to Mert-
--- --- --- WATERS!
/ FLORIDA recent two week survey imer M. Capon, Commissioner,
;; FLORIDA 'DIMES' CrfflJ has provided convincing information Internal Revenue Service WashIngton -

FLORIDA GAME ANP FRESHWATER FISH COMMISSION '. that we are headed for the D. C., prior to recent public
greatest season in history with an hearings:

anncioated 14.700,000) tourists "The Florida Coo dl of 160,
slated to visit Florida in 1963. representing leading htirtnoorr. Industrial -

We have tried in every possibleway and financial Snstitetfens
to counteract the various rumors of the state, urges that I to adopt
Private Enterprise and reports about the situation ing regulations under recent Congressional
hi Za In Florida as a result cJ Act relative to deductions -
the for entertainment, travel and
e : buildup. of
Businessmen iDecide,#To Try ; "'f.- .. these have been so exaggeratedand gifts, the Internal Revenue Ba-
extreme as to be ridiculous reaa carefully confine Its If to the
i I I on the face of them. In this con i specific areas and specific au&erIty -
necti I By Harry BrowneAn fore making a purchase; and '((3) know I how the final decision was with Walter Craniate. CBS News I reviewing committee reports -

Let them know "every purchase made.Is and a Council member in New of Congress to Interpret
important campaign is developing -made-and why. this censorship? It certainly Is, YorkGty.: Congressional intent the bureau

in America. Businessmenare And while we're passing out free the kind of censorship the great Since we now are confident will cover reports on many sub-
t being encouraged.to speak out American citizen is jects on which Congress deejtoed
privileged to that
advice, here are a few we really are headed for a
r a on behalf of Americanism, and to or refused to act We eeesider It
dations for businessmen enjoy. It's the kind of censorshipwe banner tourist season we are
actively practice it in their business -, recommen'I'I aa essential obligation of the bo-
cate a definite utilize: when we refuse to patronize stepping up our plans for the mashive
reaa to refrain from
decisions. a rude sales cleric,or whenwe courtesy campaign to make any attempt
I advertising budget for the express to achieve by regulation any' -
i Recently, Schick Safety Razor Co reject an inferior product or every one: of our visitors glad he for
purpose of promoting the free climate authority was refused
I Kexnper Insurance Co.. and Pacific that allows you to be in busi change to a milkman that promises came. or declined by Congress."We .
Hawaiian Punch Co. all decidedto Use this to advertise earlier delivery. It's the kind of The column widen win appear urge that the bureau with
F drop the ABC television network ness. money I selectivity that makes the Ameri- throughout} the state during the in the specifc areas acted upon
:from their advertising schedules i pro-American I can consumer the most pamperedand last week in December, win be by Congress attempt to 1 produce'

__ because of the Alger Hiss fiasco. I affluent person in the world. written by Byron C Sbooppe the- dearest possible set of niles,
I I president. Southern TOUR, Inc of '
pointed toward creation of atmosphere
i Such a move seems'perfectly na .. (2) With regard to the rest of I FREEDOM OF CHOICEOh St. Petersburg and Benjamin H. under which business aa
A-4 tural-yet most companies have your budget set a clear policy for Oehlert Jr., vice president, Coca- be
can witboei
I someone will 4'freedom' tetra.
3Y paid )Jittle attention to the kind of I your advertising manager or agency -, yes cry Cola Company Orlando, the tim and barrassment'* -
of the is
propaganda their advertising dollars -i press being Stran chairman and vice chairman: : respectively -
to follow. Don't advertise in gled." But if freedom of the This step was taken in keep4sc .
are financing. Now, however, media that continually promote: of the Council courtesy with our action last sty
< that is forced
means a
Florida State March of Dimes Child for the 25th anniversary year eyes are at last being opened I government interference in the; finance his own sponsor destruction thenwe've rm'ftp-fgn' committee when we dLvaawd tom subject .
of '1963 is 'Kenny Norcoak 7, DeLand. Florida born with multiple There's a great deal that we can : free enterprise system I Tbey win give the final details with the Florida Congrcsrional
birth defects, including hydrocephalus tat( **"on the brain). Pictured do to: encourage this trend. When already lost most our free- m their pfaas> to kick oft the delegation when the letfafagve
with his good friend: ,-Mayor Look (A Skillman of DeLaad, Kenny (3)) Lastly, whenever two advertising : doms. CX1UZ'teIr campaign-on January 1 act was under comideratien. As
symbolizes the thousands of American vhBdrea who need help under ever you see a company' promoting media are relatively equal Let's encourage this long overdue fa what we hope will be the finest we said above, we do not feel theIRS
The Natiofc&l Foundation-MardJ. :'of Dimes program to rIght crippling Americanism, 1() Write rt letter : select the one that is actively doing ,' campaign. Lefs,see.how manycompanies ,thou ve.ot Itttinil ever carried out now should attempt to
birth defects arthritis -'andPolio. thrash-'fee+ best ia scientific of encouragement; (2) Investigate the most to promote the,private can be6 encouraged: to fa as?,:Mate." j achieve by rrgnlattm what fits
research.and medical care. .' that company's products be-' enterprise system. And let both "try private enter Kise./* !a conaecubn also will travel Congress: : did not esaet into law. I

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Friday January; 1962 __ THE JASPER NEWS JASPER. FLORIDA .-_-q':. PAGE 7'kiREEPt

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1'rresolve this New Year. not to makeit Pouxfexter will present: a programof 1 Mrs. Adina Simpson her mother I and .all-'Do you reckon they"dot >
a weak-kneed excuse, "He enslaves their work at the regular meeting I Mrs. Harbuck and grandson Chip We had Sunday night with loved FIRST AID ADVICE
J4 1T ;; 4 hidrert slaldtetltiv ho o fthe Jasper' Woman's dub spent last weekend visiting her ones in Belleglade and .Christmaseve I II I '
Pt ." 'This' is live '( and :Mr. Mrs. morning Goof Bowsers. The i .'
makes Pnmut tir t'sh} Jan. 11 at 3:30. a program daughter family and I i ,
'gLkSS I i that concerning: aU citizens Paul Garris in Deland. They also coffee was served, in taU red tea. -It ''

1 Mr. aiKi Mrs.. J,tC, tnad** and Representatives'fronton: men's organizations visited over in Daytona Beach. I asps: and, in a lovely white lenox
t !familyiattendeJia .reunionr: ACT :Mr. Cannady family in Moultrie interested crowd is expected. .Mr .and Mrs. Eugene Williams colorful crotons. i I

Christmas at the home of a brother f returned Jan. 1st from a visit to i We loved the welcome of love I II

Mr. and Mrs. R. Cannady.. Tempi and Bob Dresher and boys daughter Imogene in Dallas Texas. I ones. I
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51 Later they went to the home of are now in the Fla. Power Cottage S5. I. Gordon' :
Marsh is
J.Virw1f1maa .SYcamanz..t : the big store inMiami I
\ U 5"4J Mrs. Cannadys mother Mrs. C. C. Tempi will endeavor to have a rose Mrs. Mamie Bryan Mr. and r. now. We had finch the-5 I
Waited also in Moultrie. garden there as she so sucessfuQy Mrs. Redden Dale and son Billy I
"As I was walking in the rain ging New Year for us all.. ss. did at their other home. returned Saturday from Durham [ promiseto 43"f"
I met a fairy down the lane. . Our special take home gift from 555 IN. C. (the land of snow and ice [enough money from the JsTa ssau!::

We walked along th*. road togetherI This'" is the way" it is. Dct Bowyer in Belle Glade was a Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Young have.p(Miss Mamie reports) where they ,:'trip come to again buy some things; wea r.-e

i soon forgot about the weatherHe You end a vacation without a basket of assorted vegetables fresh bought the Bob Drecher home and I(I spent the holidays with Ruth and I The Friday. In a compound fracture, Iswhich
toM: me lots of lovely things: thought in your head but that itvis.from the packing house celery, are moving in this week. I John Rogers John the son-in-law SDrgfous flowers on oM the bone
t The that the robins and not wont of the.. i* **% j ;;walls the white or blue or pink or protrudes
Sunday a i
stiry sings. broccoli: cabbage, endive and little II has been quite ill for a number of :yellow houses through the skin, support by
Where the rabbits go to school things folks have been doing 'at cellophane packages'1 of red rad- Jane and Jimmy McGauley of 1 months. But despite it all it was.' with the wide piazzaall grasping the injured limb arm- /
I And what to do and what to say home. That won't do for a re- ishes, a basket to satisfy an ar Washington are coming the 5th a happy reunion. across the fronts the cocoanutpalm ly one hand above the bone
when the boogies bother you., rcrter. tist as well as a gourment. of January for a week's visit to the I a. drink, the brown natives make me end, the other below to
,, The flowers peeped from the parentsMr. Good packing boxes are hard to ', of Winslow Homers water prevent movement of the injured
hedgy phi'K and all along the way What a week'1OOb world of living miles you can The Sayer Canovas are havinga 5. I come by when they are needed and';!colors and reminds me to find an arm or leg until a splint
do in by
k the Bttle.furry creatures came pop- a big New Years: celebrationthe : and Mrs.: Oval Overstreet of I we reluctantly discard aU these 'art store tomx x row. The Bahama ran be a*Hf-d. This adVfM
land with
I lug up'to say "good day". an in ocean Nassau.trip a perfect newest addition to the familyis Kentucky were guests of :Mr. and I'that come at Christmas. I Star Is an excellent boat 600 onboard should be followed. for aUlracturn

But when we came to the littlebend This holiday the service' Timothy Charles born Christmas Mrs. Lester Cannady for the Christ I . this trip. of. the. long.. bones.
Sunday morning
? clay- Jay the second boy came two 'i The native Christmas Parade
the ,
just where village'+ houses]t tapered off with breakfast in bed,, mas holidays. From the always interesting
end, he seemed .:.to slip into the with an attractive tray of hot cuban'days from Thanksgiving Nov. 19 -S. Christmas letter from "Hi.kory I I the Junkano starts at 2:30 a.m.
Corky the oldset'son..was born April Wednesday. Is is said to be second
11 ground." : Am'suckler11y the rainwas bread, bacon kumquat preserves. Nobility didn't die but it did go Bottom Farm" Maud Havenerand ,! ADVERTISINGPAYSIN
1st. Mrs. Howard the grandmother only to the' Mardi Gras.
aU oven The sun was ,shiningon Jelly from Highlands N. C.;cottage under cover which perhaps wasn'ta Inez McCall: I! That'smighliy
F the clover,** As it is this challen- cheese-;; and coffee. Monday morn-, from Louisianna and Louisiana is here making coffee" good thin gto do --"out of sight f! "There is never a dull moment I early tho.I .
"gumbo I
$ in<* Virgie and I shopped in Jack out of mind"- Time was when one i>at Hickory Bottom. With aU the don't think so mrch of the
r's sonville. We Tike home shopping and all's well at the Canovas and a aspired to 'be noble -maybe. felta ''dogs-Duchess, Little B, Danny, ;:Straw Market But the liner china THE JASPER NEWS

t ,1I1'tM1)i better than that frantic buying in Happy New Year. little growth in that direction. [Tony Princess Blackie Teddy, !shops beckon us tomorrow. I have -
iUt\t\f.i\ \ a foreign port. S5 It's a pity too let it go. ,One defi- !I Clown and one unnamed baby-we ,.I some Christmas I 0 Us I want to- --------- -

rut the week's Cruise on the Ba- When the Baptist Memorial Hos- nition of nobility Is dignity of mind i'keep the orchestra going. We lost make good.
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tf han',a Star was1/ perfect the pital had its Christmas party for noble hearted noble minded. Big B and Ring. x x x We have 1, Mr. and Mrs. Scott of Washington
\\ service, the atmosphere, the food: its 600 employees gifts and awards Take it from here 'ere duck one guinea, Old Tom D. C. are our table companions. He Carole James
vere given. Jasper folks were especially I I and eleven ladies, pigeon is
10 cur pleasant table companions( Mr Turkey one a lawyer. She teaches,5th gee
interested in one. Ruth All they ask riding, the escalatoris I chickens and many bantams.ix in .
and Mrs. Ch/ford Scott of Washington over Maryland : ; ,- Hats
D. C.) made us a little reluctant Caldwell Vann daughter of Mrs. step firmly and keep your hand x x Ole Pete the mule, is the I We return trf Miami Friday mon
Ben CakLwefl' received a wristwatch on the rail. Maybe that is enough. |rcfcl boss of the place! x x x" Mrs.
to step in on the self service ing. Ryan joins us at Belle
home plan. for outstanding performances 'Let me old- i ';Glade i then we'll saunter (if a rnrI Valdosta Ga:
attendance record. grow lovely'growing
.i .5. of duty and So fine things to do I The children of Mr. and Mrs. 1 I saunters) across to Tampa; call a
Ruth in the nursing service de- many ; t Pva Ijnwther Mgr.
We didn't really go to Tampa, we Laces and ivory, and gold j Edgar Bembry spent Christmas few choice friends on the phone. .
has been with the hospi Phone 2128004Name
t just nosed the car into Ybor City partment missed And silks need not be new; ''with[ them. There was Iris from go to the XohiraWa7restaurantfwra ;
Sturday. for a lunch at the famous 'tal fm-'seven.years and has And there is healing; in old trees '''Charlotte, N. C., LaVefle from real Spanish/r meh i: ;,having worked Brand JJatSpedaUzinJ

1't.} ., Columbia restaurant with a finish only one day"Moreover Old streets a glamour hold ; [Nashville, Term and Evelyn from up an appetite for Spanish food : In
off of,coconut milk ice cream and it is a required in ste- Why may not I, as well as these, 'Jacksonville just by reminescing. Custom Made KetrlmutgRestyUnf.
; 4 take home cuban sandwiches: for,wards that a man be found faithful. Grow lovely, growing old. I 55 I It's been wondreful trip for

supper. 1,cor 4:2 ., Karle William Baker | Ed. Note The following items I Virgie Cone and me *,
.S We have too many dear friendsin .55 were written byi( Mrs. Hyman at --- -- -- -.--
A7 1 V..f type-MI an? si* Tampa to risk phone calls We'd Robert Frosts FREEDOM! i The friends of Mrs. Maybelle!Nassau but were not received in
1 BUBfcER STAMP from tL..ry never have gotten home at that. "Something is that doesn't wanta Black are glad to hear she is home ''time for last week's paper.
smallest to th. very wall that wants it down"As from the hospitaL I I'm in the lounge of the S. S. \
laricot. A ship is like a well run household I value my freedom., I give |Bahama Star with folks talking,
fli.quality RUBBER and the management a lovely you yours. We need not clash we Carter R'cd is in the hospital i horns tooting bow can I write
''t ,1t;. STAMPS ruggedly built t* hostess whose chief concern is only recognize. o and we're missing him. I had forgotten how the sky
last yo* year and year . I S55
the comfort welfare and pleasure touches the earth down Miami withMOORE
\ of her guests. Mr. and Mrs. Reid Green and,i Mr. Forman Y. Smith of Alachua I way and the soft puffs of clouds
.r.f below Factor what Mrrfoe 790 at would priee ordlarflr far- S. son Troy of Atlanta came down last I who died recently was distin making Christmas Eve like spring. REGISTERS

... expect to pay. 1 I find myself continually checking week to attend the funeral of Mr. guished for several things. He wasa I doming: down the state the REGISTER FORMS
Corn la and se. won sty my: moral courage which wasa Jim Roebuck. lawyer and passed the Bar Examination orange groves were brown and thelovely
i'' RUBBER STAMP need topic of discussion with our table 4. at 17 years of age the fruit frozen until we got to AND ACCESSORIES
that TM may hays. V..!.. mates, the Scotts on Bahama Star. Ann Malpas had a dinner for youngest on record; In 1956 Stet-Ithe I groves on the Ridge around Se-
ka. a wi .MARKING DEVICES for my ground but that while takingthe those here for occassion were Mrs- century Service diploma for 50 The cane fields were sere but
f 0 *o r barinim sad pri as opposite is lawful it is not al Pearle Warren and Mr.. Fount Cald years of service to the schooL in BeQeglade they told me the

ways expedient. Some controver- well of Jacksonville and Mr. and I He was a broth -in-law of the cane crop was alright. I learned
THE JASPER NEWS: sary is unnecessary. And yet I Mrs. Bert Powers. It was the last late J. Graham Black and I learn- that they bum the cane leaves in 1a.

V -, ,' ,., -. ..-" -,-. -- ,- -. .-. visit for Mr. Powers as he leaves ed later that he and!'the late' JudgeM. the field before it is taken to the
: soon for service in Germany. F. Home weretvery' close fri mill.I .
a .ends. .. ,..\iAI' heard too they grind rattle snakes
iFor Mr. and Mrs. Lena Hughes of
Office or Home Use M Suvvanne Co.'had Christmas dinner;" I

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_.u 0' Friday, January ,

Plans Junior College JENNINGS. NEWS ...:' llaM.I I.Mr.visiting: .and Mrs.her, W.daughter WKeflyi and of family Lake-, I L THE AMERICAN WAY ] ;; ':::': ,"' ': SJjet ; 't3f 1per ew :, .

Evening .
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by .Ray Nell Burnett f ,Junior: Choir practice will .beheld I ai i rr' 1 V. : Published Every Friday "' ,,',
Program For I Wednesday at- 3:30 at the Jen- ; \-.- 4 Second Class Postage Paid" at Jasper, Florida
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the with Mr .
Spending holidays Church.
ings Missionary Baptist
Spring Semester \t and Mrs. Oifford Hewitt Were Senior ,Choir will .be, held after ,I\: '.*- Subscriptions Strictly in Advance .o

their son Clifford Jr. from Berry 1 Prayer Meeting Wednesday night.If '1 itNESfrrtEtJ'fS i AdN'111UKE DA $3J 0'-in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County

The following causes will tie'offered ; College. 'and :Miss Alice Wardlow '; Cards of Thanks $1.00 Minimum
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at night at North Florida. .Mrs Hewitt's sister who teaches at anyone has any news for the 4f

Junior College during the! Spring :Erskine Con ge>in South Carolina. Jennings News, let me know. I ... Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
Semester. Registration for the t H Mr and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers
i : School has started again. Ii
Evening Division begins on Mon John Hart Jr Is visiting his
28. may :parents Mr. and Mrs. John Hart Sr. I hope everyone can make better\
day, January Registrants .
this semester.I
enroll on the night of the first meet We are glad to learn that Mr | f. X11rf
ing of the class. Classes begin on is better. I am glad to hear that Mrs1.
Eleckbcrg feeling some
regular schedule: on Monday, January 'I I Wisenbaker is out of the hospital S

28. Monday February U, is We are awfully sorry that Mr. I after her operation. She is feeling I

the last date for registration, for iTool. is,in,:the hospital, and hope -better.I .
both day and evening classesAfter 'a- seedy; recovery. Miss Jeanette McDonald is i

this date any class added cannot I l I was sorry*.to hear that Mr. j'I visiting her mother Mrs. Myrtle I
earn credit. Jim Bennetts- house burned. McDonald: Also while she was heresire I
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The attended Miss Leslie Oams-I
Jennings Missionary U I
Monday Descriptive Geometry;r Baptist Church' had their watch';iroo's; wedding' They are oil friends i Pastor Rev. Henley Between Jasper and? Jenningson

Introdlrction to Data Processing I!night Moil: : Dec. 31. Also they had ,Mr. and Mrs. Winson D. Buck- I Sunday School _...._... 10:00 ajn. 1 highway

History or Art. I their monthly .supperAfterwards I elea ,and! Windtell H. KQmer of Morning Service __ 11:00 a.m. Sunday Morn Bible Study 10) toll

Tuesday, Interpretive analysis; of I there was'.singing and prayer. Callus, New Mexico, and Mr. and a Training Union ,- ,-,, .-,,-,..,_, 6:30 Worship Service 11 to 12

national and international Problems The Assembly of God Church: had ,Mrs. Connie C. Kilmer and daughter Evening Worship _,._ 7:30 Sunday Evenings Service .... 7:00

: Data Processing Machines,Ii their monthly;:,gospel sing. After-I of El Paso, Texas spent the Midweek Prayer Service every Wed. Evening Bible Study.... 7:00

Introduction; to Art. wards they'served, refreshments.I I t Christmas holidays with Mr. and _Wednesday .at_?:30 .p.m.. .._ Phone WE8-2Q91
Thursday, General Biolgy, In was sorry ttf hear that my(Mrs- Fred :McDonald and Mr. and JASPER METHODIST

troduction German, History of grandmother; ,Mrs. Hattie WYnn Mrs. W.E. Swilley. ff "The Friendly Church"

Modern Russia. I I had to return to the hospital. She I Miss Jane Pafford was home Pastor, Rev. O. C. Howell 1 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

Other courses will be offered upon !over the holidays. ORDER OF FSRVICE I Sayer Canova, Pastor.

sufficient demand. Anyone Interested -j, | Mr. and :Mrs. Rodney Bennett Sunday School.. ._.. 9:45 a.m. I|. Sunday School at _____ 9:45<<
in a night course which Is i CJ&ID OF THANKS and son were home visiting his :. Horning Worship 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship .. 11:00 a.m.
I Union _______ Gab
not listed on the schedule should I] t parents Mr. and Mrs- W. Bennett. Everyone H invited Training
contact Mr. J. C. Moore, Director Words are. inadequate to express I Mrs. J. A. Steprens had as her Lets Worst Enemy '. EVENING SERVICES Evening Worship .. 7:30-

of the Evening Disvision. I ,our, epest' .graditude and ,dinner guests New Year's evening Junior Fellowship 6:00: p.m. I Prayer Services Wednesday -

All classes will meet at 7:10 o'- appreciation to., all our many nine members of her Sunday School children and Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Intermediate Fellowship 6:00 P.TO. j I I at 7:30 p.m. _
I I friends who kind to (
clock on the evening specified un- j during 'the loss were.of so our beloved us i Class. They: ;, were Charlene, Virginia Burnham NewsBy Selph ,and children of J en- Youth Fellowship __ i:00 pjn. ASPERCHURCH OF GOD
less otherwise announced by Instructor -j'| I t Ben, and Jim Bates, :Mr. LOIS ZIPPERER nings. Worship Service -- 7:00 p.m. Rev. Earl Deas
wife and mother. For the kind
The first meeting will 'and Mrs. Joe Fred DeVane, Gerald 555 Youth Social Hoar 8:00 p.m. 'I'I Sunday School .._u_ 10:00 a.m.
take place on the week of January I words of affection and sympathyfor I Beaty, Ruth DeVane and Bar- "Th hts for the New Year.I Mr. and Mrs Tommy Keeling and PRIMITIVE= :Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
of food BAPTIST
abundance sent
the-v BETHEL
28.! The student may register at bara McCuDey.Miss shall pass this way but once; Evening Worship ___ 7:00 pjn.J .
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of Jacksonville
and M and
this meeting. I to thehomet-fbr: _, beauty andoverflowing Dorothy Price spent the Any good! thing therefore that I son Bible Study at Iff a.m each Sun. I J TUESDAY
Mrs. Don DeLoach and children of
Teachers under contract in the I quantity of floral weekend with Mrs. J. A. Stephens. .can do, or any kindness that I Church Service 11 a.m. 7 pjn. I Prayer I Meeting ... 7:30 p.m.
tributes'' ,wish to thank Pinetta spent Christmas with their Sunday.I
we ; you First and 3rd
following counties may take these! ,Miss Price taught in the Jennings can show let me do it now. Let me Each FRIDAYS
in our- most,humble way. 'MayGod's I parents Mr and Mrs. David Keel- PBYE 6:00 each Sunday Y. P. E. .., 7:30
p.m. p.m.
courses fora fee of $3.00: Hamilton l high school when our parents were not defer it or neglect it, for I -
richest blessings rest I ing and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Millsof Elder L. M. DeVane, pastor
Jefferson Layayette. Madison, in high school. She is now teaching shall not pass this way again. Jasper. .. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
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Suwannee, Taylor. upon you. |tin Middle Georgia College at Coch- : Anson. i .JASPER PRESBYTERIAN WHITE SPRINGSRev.

W:?*! Miller ran, Georgia. I s tHURCH SERVICERev. Ed. Montgomery. Jr. Pastor
't. Mr. & Mrs. Billy Miller Sunday afternoon she.wind 'Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. Maxie :Mathis: and Mrs. Lou Holton remains in Pine- E. F. Montgomery JR., Evening Service _7:30 p. m.

Sammy Miller Stephens visited someofVtheir\ 'for II children of Gainesville spent Sun- Hospital quite ill. We hope she Sunday School-945* a. m.

atilt Mix. &; :Mrs."L. E. Miller mer students.' They 'werp sorry to day December 23, with their parents will soon be able. to come home. Services 11:00 BURNHAM CHRISTIAN

Mr.&. Mrs. Jerry Smith miss some who were not home but Mr. and Mrs. Bert Zippererand ---> CHURCH
iTO enjoyed visiting: with the ones'-they I Mr. and Mrs. A. L :Mathis of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Young JASPER ADVENT Paul H. Stewart Pastor
found home. ''. Jasper. and children and Mr." and Mrs. CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. Sunday School each Sunday 10:00()(

. :Miss Rita Stephens who is pres I Hal Young and children of Albany Travis Carter I Church Service Second and Fourth

FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS ently employed in the State Tr:eas- Mr. and Mrs. Garrard Sullivan Georgia; Mr. and) Mrs. George Sunday School........... 10 ajn. Sundays .................. llrfX

developed small subma- jurer Department spent New Years and children and :Mr. and Mrs. Young Jr. and children of Perry, Morning Service .......11:00 a.m. CYF and Bible Study Second and

President By JOHN, Perry H. PERIJR.PublL_.Ions, [I recently tine,such asth Undersea Hunter day ki J emungs. >V": Edward ,Leutner and children all Florida and Mr .James Young and Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m. Fourth Sunday nights ...... 6:30

Inc. the Sea Pup and the Mark VII Mrs.. SE.. Hewitt spent the of Macon spent the holidays with daughter of Orlando.were' visiting Wednesday night: :
Member, I Mini Sub, the latest of which is J j Christmas holidays in Atlanta Ga. their parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe their parents Mr. and Mrs. George Choir Practice ...... 7:30 p.m. I JENNINGS :METHODIST

The' Florida Council of 100 [1 the Cubmarine built by the Perry {with her son Elliott and family. Sullivan. Young Sr. of Jennings during the I Prayer Service ...... 8:00 p.m. "Enter Rest Pray"
Submarine Builders, Inc. It is atwoman holidays. Pastor: Charles W. Rogers Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Hewitt & I CHURCH
Of particular significance to me undersea vessel' with an Mr. and Mrs- Bill Jones of Baton v. DIVONIA BAPTIST I Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m.

In the Space Age Educational operating depth of 150.feet. It has little sons, seth and Bryan were Rouge Lousiana spent several days Brother W. W. Stringfellow of WALLACE F. BENNETT, Pastor. Prayer Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.m.
Study now in progress under guests of their mother, Mrs. S. E. I Junday School 10 aon.reacing
Services 2nd and 4th
helped in accoustical, biologicaland last week with Mrs. Jones' parents : Worship
supervision cf the State Board of other'undersea: scientific. pur Hewitt in the New Years season. ;Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Burnham. Augusta Ga. preached at Burnham > ?r? ,,,,_,...-.-. 11 aaa Sundays at U a.m. and at 8 p.m
Control, in which the Florida suits.A Christmas Eve. Miss :Mildred!i ssss Christian Church Sunday December -Training Union 6:30p.m.

Council of 100 is assisting by sister Cubmarine with a 600 Shiver visited Mrs- Minnie Shiverand I I 30. His message was' enjoyed Preaching ?:00 p.m. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
Qm -
Mr. and Mrs. Richard ning-
raising funds, is the intent to showed the slides she by all who heard him. I Sunday School every Sunday at
foot operating depth is also commercially made on ham of Gainesville and Mr. and . Wednesday night Prayer
make an exhaustive study and re- available. Already in her tour of U. S. including the new "?:30 10:30 a.m.
Florida's for j Mrs. Harlon Lambert and son of -h .UI'l Preaching 11:30 fe 7,30
port of : opportunity five-man Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Gaston : a.m.y ,pool
is of Alaska.
the state
planning stage a : Several friends & I
Deland home spending Christ Training Union ...__ 6:30 jo.
progress in oceanography, hydrographic of the were spent Sunday in Tallahassee with CHURCH OF COD ] u"" \
design capable permitting: neighbors invited WEST LAKE
were to enjoy
engineering and related '. i mas with their parents. Mr. and. their and family Mr. and .. 10:00 Prayer Meeting, on Wednesday at
daughter .. a.m.
occupants to'e. t and re-enter the evening. They were Miss Sunday School ___. I .
: ,7:30
fields. while submerged 200) feet, thus "Linda Mrs. J. Mrs- Ralph Cunningham and :Mr. :Mrs. Hollis MoCuUough. Y.P.E. Sunday _._ 6:30 pm. p.m.MISSIONARY
: Eason A.
It has long been my considered making it easier to pick up specimens. Stephens, and Mrs.' Angus'.A.nn&trong of Prayer Meeting Thurs. .. 7:30 p.m :I BA isT-
opinion that Florida with its wonderful f Mrs. Prescott, Mrs. Rea Zipperer, Madison. :Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jcnainft, Florida
climate and natural under- and Mr. and MrsDonald Smith. WHITE SPRINGS 1 I
The present two-man model Cunningham and children remained Bro. W. D. Stewart Pastor

sea content, not only would provide CUbmarine available in the $29- I for a longer visit. FIRST BAPTIST E. Bailey CHURCH, Pastor I Sunday School ..._...10:00 a.m.
the most excellent base for 000 and is by no 5 Rev. C. ,
higher range, I ROBERT TUTENSI tf 10:00 (Each Sunday)
research but that it could well incorporate means beyond the reach of oceanographic I Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Selph T.J.y. Sunday School Service, 11:00 a.m. Preaching Service Each Sunday at
research facilities and foundations universi- Morning 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 m.
BIG WEEK I and children of Jacksonville spent Union 7:00 p.m.: p.
studies as a major program in its ties and research organi- Training I Prayer Meeting Each Wednesday
private ,the Christmas holidays at home. Eveninz Services __ 8:00 p.m.I I
universities. Research contracts zations. The week of December 22 was a .tAt MJ& at 7:30 p.m.I .
trom governmental and private i From a modest beginning the special week for Mr. and Mrs. Work is the grand: cure for all the I I Wy Wednesday-- prayer "p.m.' o FRIENDSHIP -BAPTIST CHURCH

Dances" could be expected if ade- University of Miami Institute of William Robert Tuten m. Duringthis maladies that ever beset mankind FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I W. H. Woodard Pastor
quate facilities and instruction result Marine Science has advanced I week young} Tauten was'pro 'honest work which you intend Home Service Department Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard i ,
Sunday School 10:00 ajn.
from the study. swiftly to sizeable proportion tinder moted to the rank of captain. getting; done. Florida Power Corporation Sunday School 10:00 a.m.j( Morning Worship-. _-.-.. 11:00 ajn.
Until about ten years ago if a Navy contracts to study t The most important event of the Thomas CarlyeMr (A class for every age; group) ["raining Union _.... 6:30 p.m.r .
marine scientist wanted a firsthand sounds produced by marine ani- Fried pies are an old southern Worship Service 11:00 a.m.
iweek was the arrival of Miss Kinv,
look deep beneath the sea, mals. The Cubmarine has been and Mrs. Mac McLain and favorite. If you've never tried Youth Fellowship _._ 6:00 p.m. i| Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.I .
in addition to abnormal costs he I utilized by this institute to investi- I"berly Irene Tuten. She was bornon son of Newport News Virginia were them, you'll love these. PASTOR'S SCHEDULE Wed. Prayer_ Meeting_ _:7:30 p.m.
December 22 at United States White Sunday at I I
was faced with indescribable difficulties the floor in the vicinityof every
of gate sea Army Hospital at Ft. Lawton Wa I home for a few days visit with Mrs. Southern Berry Pies 11:00 a.w. GREEN RIDGE CHURCH
to retain the use a observation
the audio visual underwater Mrs. OF GOD
shington. She weighed eight I McLain's mother and sister 1% cups all-purpose flour Swift Creek each Third Sunday i,
instruments. Until recently
few installation off the west

!the only manned undersea vehicles coast of Bimini in the Bahamas. pounds and is fourteen ounces. The John also:; other Hall members Deas and of Wanda the family.and %Vt teaspoon shortening salt ., A; at 3:00 p.m. I I Sunday Rev.School George......F.....Newton_ 10:00 a.m.
captain the of Mr. and cup
were navy submarines Scientists are generally agreed son Mrs. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
s s Morning Worship ........ 11:00 a.m.
34 thick
which were much too large and that with the improved facilitiesfor Robert Tuten Jr. of Jennings. cup raspberry pre-
STATENVILLE GEORGIA Wednesday Night ... 7:30
Shiver had pjn.
:Mr. 'nd Mrs. Isaac serves or other cooked .n.
cumbersome.Then research and ease of opera- i I I several;.of their children home with fruits Allen Brooker, Pastor Prayer Service
came Picard with his tion important discoveries are 1 I Sunday School ..._..? 10:00 ajn. Y. P. E. Friday Night 7:30
bathyscope. As' these vehicles :only a shadow away.-Florida can J I' them during the Christmas holi- Confectioners sugar Worship Service 2nd and 4th -- --

were improved great strides were assume leadership in these scientific 1 EVERY TIME"FORES'J: rays. Oil for pan % inch deep Sundays ._ __ 11:00 ajn. JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF GOD

made in a new technique of di- studies by production of j ill Combine flour and salt, cut Ir. and Sr. MYF Each Sunday at CHURCH '
Mrs. Herring is quite
rect observation but costs.soared. the undersea vehicles necessary I! Bryant in shortening and gradually add 7:00 p.m. Sunday School each Sunday at
and it became evident that the by utilizing' its'climate, natural \ at her home. We hope Mrs. Herring about 3 tablespoons cold water: Prayer Meeting Each Thursday at 10:00 a. m.
need for further exploration would shore lines and sea bottoms and 1 OUsjfar will soon be well agin.ssss 8:00 p.m. Services Each Sunday morning
to hold mixture together. Gather -
require a low cost undersea research -. by placing emphasis on researchin I dough into ball then roll out MYF Social Hour Each Thursday and evening
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vessel. its colleges and universities in I GET B Mr- and Mrs. Melvin Selph had H inch thick on lightly floured SUWANNEE CHURCH OF Old time Gospel Sing last Friday
For water of restricted depth this'new and exciting'arm of scientific 1 \ IUIED..4 all of their children and grand surface. Cut pastry in 3 inch THE NAZARENE each month ............ 8 p.m.

this need has been fulfilled in the study children except one grandson Jimmy circles or squares. In the centerof Fad FloridaLeslie Rev. O. E. Thompson
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'each place a teaspoon of C. Poe, Pastor
FLORIDA WHlDI&l-; SCRAPBOOK ; I Home with,them Christmas day:I raspberry preserves. Fold. Seal Sunday School ........ 10:00 AJ.L FIRST STATENVILLEGEORGlA BAPTIST CHURCH

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sedph and edges by pressing down with a Preaching Service .....11:00 A-1L D. W. Kannon Pastor

children. ;Mr. and Mrs. Wallace fork. Add oil to pan. Heat to Eveing Service ........ 7:30 P.M. (Services Each Sunday)

( REMEMBER .T Y I I Selph and children of Jasper,Mr.and 380. Add pies, a single layerat Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 A Sunday School ......_.... 10:00 aja.
3 : :Mrs. Lawrence Selph and a time, and fry until golden Morning Worship ._.... 11:00 a.m.
S"L children of Jacksonville Mr." and -3 to 5 minutes. Remove and CORINTH MISSIONARY Training Union ............ 6:30> pjr.
Mrs.Joseph Herring and son Billyof drain on paper towel. While still BAPTIST CHURCHBro. Prayer Service. Wednesday! at

J40Nf Yulee; Mr. and MrsH.. S. warm shake in paper bag containing Wooly, Pastor 730 pja.
.I Selph and children of Madison; confectioners' s u g a r. Sunday School (every Sunday at 7:00 p.m.

Mrs.. Joel Selph and Makes 12 small pies. ... I I
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