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: February 22, 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
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oclc - 33315707
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J Stout Sunday Nurses Hear 'Kiwanis ,Forms, Jasper Dog. Owners'Recruit Local 'It < ,'February servance 16-23 of National will give' FFA out:Week their ;

Seryice, Feb. 24 At About Civil Club In NassauThe Urged To Havr ; 'Models' For W. 'C. official FFA calendaf/s difrfnjf'tfiS"!

;; Presbyterian Ch.4Four Defense Role ..1 Kiwanis Club of Nassau, Pets Immunized" Fashion ShowOn j I'.week.the hall We of have the school put'up and,postersin at.! the;,

Bahamas the first to be established r'All X04'c stores in Jennings *
\ t Jasper'Boy Scouts will be :L The Regional Workshop sponsored outside continental North America Jasper Dog owners are re- March 22 the ,Jasper Womans i

( presented; their God and 'Country : b/Districrno eand'no.30 of I (except in the State brHawaii) minded of:the Rabies dime to beheld dub has'planned an exciting evening H. T' rea on, for National *FFA*

a, Award? :at the Scout Sunday program .the Honda Nurses 'Association was chartered a.n Saturday evening? at the Jasper:Fire Station Sat. t for Jasper and its surrounding; ac. ,Week is to get the public to come

'which will be held'Sadl'y. which was held in the auditorium Febraury 9, impressive; ceremonies Feb 23 from 9:00 to 12 aALand 1 to territory. A group of ladies (1) rto, :;out and see the FFA in operation,

pevuertipg",. February, at '7:30 attnee :vf: the V. A. Hospital on February at the Nassau Beach., Hotel C; p.m. The City of Jaspet has recently will model fashionable (?) dresses V 6 and to get more people acquaintedwith

,. Jasper Frgsbyterlar. ) ..Qimch.uThey'ar .(.3th. proved most successful, Information on the chartering was passed :"an ordinance requiring -I with beautiful hats that are sure the FFA.

'-Stev'e Tuten,;BobbjrPjfic> .;.. ,- invocation 'was given Iby received here: by Julian C. Wood, all dogs to be licensed. The to bring tears of joy (or laughter) JENNINGS RF.A.. TO The Jennings Chapter would like

Jim'Corbett{ and2[ ea Cbrbett. Chaplain Horner steffens and the President o fthe Kiwanis Club ofJasper provisions of this ordinance requirethe to the audience. Keep March 22 GIVE OUT CALENDARS to invite everyone: to visit our chap.

Rev Branson Matney Jr., of welcome address by Dn- W. H. Dog Owner to present proof of open. { The Jennings FFA chapter in ob ter.

Quincy. Florida, opening; a short Thiele, Hospital Director The About three hundred people attended immunization shots against5tabies? Just check over the list below j

Revival at the Presbyterian Church speakers. for the workshop, on the affair which saw the before a city license will'be issued: for the name of your favorite model CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CORNER '

fr. will be the, main speaker of theevening. 'The Nurse's Role in Civil' 1)e.feMe" charter presented by Franklin W, The licensing ordinance wflLgo into : Motto: Know Hamilton County and tell Others about It.
effect in the future.1u'SOon
were Workshop Coordinator near as r
Summerhayes, Brantford Ontario, p, Jessica Mitchell' ,
It will be a joint service, ,with Miss Betty Thomas who is Immediate Past Governor of the tl everyone has had an opportunity to Jacqueline Vinson JASPER PLAYS AT WHITE SPRINGS
Rev.. O. C. Howell and Rev. Edw. I i assistant professor of the F. S. U. Qntario-Quebee-Maritime Kiwanis I have their dog inoculated. All are Priscilla Deas ,
School of Nursing, 'Miss Audrey : District urged to take!' advantage of this :
Montgomery, also taking part. i (sponsors o fthe new Ki- Penelope Kemp
Urguhart, Dept. of Nursing Service wanis Club of Nassau) The char-[Clinic which is sponsored by the Salome DeasCharlene
I t The Jasper Troop now numbers I Education at the Universtiy of ter was received by the Honorable |Hamilton County Health Dept. for Jones

32 Scouts according to Scoutmaster Florida, and Mrs, George Surlin Asa H. Pritchard, Persidentof your convenience *. Kathleen ,Smith
F. Kenneth Tuten and includes State Director of Civil Defense,
the Nassau Club. Pritchard is a Leslie Hoiloc: y-
three Eagle Scouts and six holdersof J Jacksonville Florida. GOSPEL SING AT JASPEDl
I retired Speaker of the Honorable t Jackie Sardlin- '.
the Goo and Country Award be- The entire program was presented House of Assembly of the Bahamas Jennifer
sides those to be awarded Sunday.
in most interesting and
a Principal speaker was Merle 11.t 1 Karen McGhin
j The public is invited to attend i There will be a Gospel Sing at
Much emph-
this colorful service. < : .. Informative manner. j Tucker of Gallup, New Mexico Jasper Church of God Friday Belinda Hill
asis; was placed on the need for
President of
Kiwanis International Hilda
;' I night February 22 at 7:30 pjn. Morgan
fall-<>Ut shelters and the Nurse'srole sand
"Through international =
: Rampna:Andrews E V"
is invited
Everyone come
To Auction in. DiSaster Films were extension, it is the privilege of
/ Nuclear 1 prepared to 'sing. This is1 to bea Courtoy
1 survival after
: shown on Kiwanis to assist in its small, way' Juliet- Martin -. '?
't Seniors AtBallgame Attack followed by much discussionand ;,toward the solution of the greater' monthly affair to be held' the Henrietta LeeClementine ; : >th
fourth in each month;
I I enthusiasm by the 65 registered problems of mankind brought a- Mitchell ..
Friday nurses and 26 "licensed practical 'bout by the collisions, the differences Josephine,Dunaway + +

l' 1 'nurses: from Perry Mayo Branford i| in opinion and the stresses 1963 Feed: Grain i *. ,Carlotta Carter ,. Y -

This Friday' at the ballgame is Live Oak Jasper Madison and '!anc! strains of a truly international '-S! Mary Lou Powell

Jasper High Senior night. Lake City. r world in the making. May our philosophy Signup Under .; Bonita: Burch $ ,_

We are going to have a cake auction The District Persfdents, Mrs. I "he added, "which we'' Jenny Lou CoUumi; -,JV

and a senior auction. Martha Towler P... N. and Mrs. I i firmly believe is the right philosophy : Way f f Daphne,, Braswell ,
R. N. of No 30 and ;
Eva Griffittts
-multiplied thousand-fold
Yes! believe it or not the seniors I! a by Bridget Ehlert
are going to be auctioned off No. 16 respectively spent many the efforts of men like yourselvesin :i The signup for the 1963 feed grain Belle Kyser
hours planning and organizing the I countries throughout the world J program now is under way tin the Marilyn O'Cain'rte V *<. '
bidder. Do have '
to the
highest you The News photographer present
like workshop but agreeed it was time may that philosophy contribute materially ASCS County: Office M. T. .Miller, Agatha Bradley was at the recent basketball
any odd jobs that you would results most 1! "games between Jasper and White Springs at the latter's home
i well spent and the toward a better life for all Chairman,, Agricultural Stabilization Anita Jones
done? Well buy a senior and her I I Above the girls prepare to scrimmage for rebound. ,
a is
rewarding.A Jin the years that lie ahead. I and Conservation County Con .
will do them for all day Sat- I I Roberta Fisk 't' s
y you wearing the light uniforms and White Springs the dark A
SENIOR delicious luncheon 1I8S servedat Present for the conference was ,mittce has announced.. Tn$ signup Wfllamena Garrighan 5( ones. good
urday. Support your I crowd was on hand from both towns and Jasper 40 to
the Red Barn Restaurant. Canadian Prime Minister John Die- period started Feb. 1 and will Tonette Peterson won 23. High
CLASS. I fenbaker a long time Kiwanian continue through March 22. As for Dionne Register scorers for Jasper were'Paula Hogan. number 22, with 16 points and

Reporter Bobbie J. Hayes Power Company himself. Addressing the new club 1962, crops by giving fesd grain. Jeanette Coe Carol McLauchlin number 12, with U points. For White Springs
f which he visited during the period major feed grains of corn grain Laura Whitaker number, 42; had 9 points and Cheryl Shaw number 22,
Also a few of the more.usual type made 5 points. '..
he'said, This organization in sorghum and barley
E Vets Cautitfned Official To two countries (Canada and our theUnited In general the CnainnaQ. said, models will appear to start thingsoff BelowThe boys"game was a little closer ending 64 to 49 with Jas-

States), 260,000 strong has provisions follow those for 1961 and properly. They are Theresa per in the lead. High point men for Jasper were Padgett number 13,
About Trading II I budded: for a closeness in friendship 1962 crops by gibing feed grain Taylor Ann Camp, Carol McLauchlin with 18 points; Daly n'inber>35, with 14 points and Hackle number U,

I M edjon,lcnowledge s nti- producers. ,an opportunityvt pirti-, Susan Levin and Marsha with 16 points., ; ForWhireipsings: Bobby Fail, number 5. made. 1L! ',
Mortgaged Home '-f Jtdent .Sr Gracy:-'senior-vlch:.pres J JI : np Braswell. and JirryCbnner
points, number 13 ,
madeJ4 points. ,
meat ba edotiasorhhion"
I announced today i Andrew i : : recog-I cipate in the program by/educingacreages
: nition of the priciples of freedom .at least percent and .
will be ;: to
H. Hines Jr. promoted r. +a w. -- -
Veterans planning! to use" : \ the of manager of division and their application" ., devoting'them:' an aft approved, conserving v -_A -4'f
position '
GI guaranteed homes on ; f
# tJ:1e\r'l operation! effective' February- 6; use. By participating i ,they ..
deals for
in" newer or
will have charge of di- SAGQ PALM ONE OF will receive diversion payments
homes were cautioned today by theVeterans ,1963 ..and t
I 'f
for FloridaPower land i price-support payments, and) '
Administration that they siorj field operations WORLD'S OLDEST 5- "
I 5M
they will be eligible to take part in '
held responsible for Corporation. j.
can still be PLANTSThe
claims resulting fronmort. .: Hines has been excutive assis-, the price-support loan program.
any Florida Dictionary lists 41 One Important change from
tant to W: M. Pickett vice president I
the old :
gage on property. August Pickett species of Palms:-.but: the Sago j for previous years Mr. M53ler .
since 196J.
Kenneth Daniels, County Serive I Palm is
this I explained, is the price-support ,:
t will retire- effective July 31, :
Officer .expained that -: resembles
in fun! (payment which participating; far
and will continue
of GI foreclosures has year, ;
mortage division Operations until fossil a member of a distinct or- mers will receive on the normal
shown instances where veterans I'charge that time.of Upon Pickett's retirement -I'der of plants-the cycads. i I production of the acres planted to .'

conveyed title and a GI mortgage; Hints: will :assume complete The cycads dominated the plant. the feed grains in 1963. The payments t
balance builders and
to as
I responsibility for division operationfor life of the prehistoric world just as have,been set at 18 cents per
homes with other then
trade-ins on J the dinosaur dominated the animal bushel on corn, 16 cents per bushel .
GI approved financing. Tha hold the company. f life. But when the glaciers pushed\on grain sorghum and 14 cents -- !
Hines 46 is native of
| "Andy" a S.
ers or subsequent purchasers -I' (down from the bushel barley. Unlike the << .1, ,<
poles the per on
cycads .
I iI Florida, was graduated from Ala- V.. ..>.f. ,1
on the payments, leavingthe 1 ... .. ,
I i disappeared. When regular price-support loan the rates
liable !Ichua High School in 1940 and entered the ice melted, .t. t..
original veteran-buyer claim. the University of Florida the*e[less rudimentary plants better fit for the price-support payments will ., "; '.,.> ..'' : .-
for the resulting
same year. He was a cooperative ted to the new conditions took their be the same throughout the country .. ,
k. '
t Veterans contemplating using student with the Florida Public place. The few cycads which survived they will not vary by counties < ':;-

if their GI homes as trade-ins should Service Co. Orlando from 1941 lived in a narrows tropical Also this year the price sup- i -
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consult the VA Regional Office for.(until 1942 when the war interrupted belt which escaped' the vast, creep- port loans or purchase agreements 3!. -: .r- !
advice and instruction Daniels I his' college training. He joined the ing ice cap. will be available to program part- '

said i Air'Force as a private and was released -1 I The cycads are characterized by ticipants on the entire crop produced I JJ' EVERY TJ (E14ftI3T J Exposition. Set April 23-26
rosettes of long stiff on the 1962 feed grain
,l Where the VA can approve the I I from active duty as a see-! pinnate fronds acreage;
prospective purchaser o fthe GI I pond lieutenant in 1945. He is now 1 1I I Some make columnar trunks grow in 1962 loan was restricted to the FIRE STRIKES 1
i : ing 20 to 30 feet over a period of normal production of such acreages
guaranteed mortage an official I I a captain In the Air Force, Reserve. '
I many years. Others have tuberous From now on the chairman believes ,
release can be grafted by the VA| I
/ which absolves the original veteranbuyer i I Hines re-entered the Universityof 1 roots. They have neither flower county office people will be I YOU GETBURNED .
,. nor fruit-and have remainedthe increasingly busy explaining the .z
I of any subsequent foreclosure Florida in 1943 was graduated j
claims. in 1947 holds a bachelor of mech- same over the centuries-whil,, program to farmers and helping I
t I other plants have evolved and per- fit out the necessary forms indi-

,, fected themselves. Their slow cating their "intention to partiCi-1 I Y

growth; leathery leaves and attrac- pate" in 'the 1963 feed
p AMERICAN WAY tive- foliage patterns make them gram. H? urges Interested growers i ito 4 I

j'j'f' very popular for decorative purpos visit the. office soon, and avoid I It
undue I
r es.There t delays. I rrI

wX are several, cycads native \
to South Florida but "the ...
I Sago Woods Burner during any one calendar year A)
" \ Palm came from Japan. The Fairchild ', ,third source is the Florida Forest I

\ Gardens in Miami maintain a I i Annually Takes 'f. :Arson Fund provided by a group If ry
t Ivr I planting from all over the world. { :representing landowners and the f

1 There are only slightly over a-hundred Huge Toll i forest inAistry providing pay- .''
".species of living plants from tx
, ment of rewards up to $1,000.
the cycad family known today. Perhaps Fire bug, woods burner, oi woods I I:. ; Uhder Florida law malicious

\they may be getting extinct arsonist-whatever his title -his starting of fires on the lands of

I like'the dinosaurs. work goes on with its toll of:Florida I others is a felony. The offender on I 4nr

,I ;.J USA -Lena V. Phelps forests. conviction may be subject to five
rlr lr J '
, I Illegally set forest fires, annually years Imprisonment. Intentional
destroy thousands of acres in'I starting of fires on the lands of I

1 anical engineering degree and a .Florida timber and pulpwood. others is also a felony subject to

. I State of Florida professional en- worth hundreds 06 thousands of .a fine up to $1,000 and or imprison
. gineeers certificate. 'dollars. I I.ment. up to three years

Hines was a test engineers with During 1962,' when 8.608, forest'I I Rewards are not paid in the case

the. General Electric Company in fires occurred in Florida. 3,094 of careless woods burning violations -

&: its creative engineering programfor were set purposely more than

four years following graduation. one,in three. Recently in one Florida county

Rejoined Florida Power Corpora- In spite of rewards-offered, for 19 "set fires whipped through 600

A 2miv tion in August 1951* as assistant information leading to his arrest acres of land in one day. The following -1

TAX production engineer. Since that and; conviction the dirty work of day 18 more fires scorchedand .
AJ i11tz/P time he has worked in the field of the woods arsonist continues, The addtionnal 700 acres. Twenty

TAX}fllE industrial and area development, offer of rewards, however., is a of the fires were on forest land.

60YERHKEKTf serving as director of that depart- powerful deterrent to incendiary When guilt is established. chancesare

ment prior to his promotion to action. reward money will be paidto }
executive assistant in August. 196L The Florida Board of Forestry some individual whose information This half-ceato model of the U. 8. Army Penning missile will be

r Pickett has beenth Florida win pay rewards up to $250 to any to officers helped solve thecase. displayed the Mrlla ,Company Orlando Dlrtekm dwiog the
i FtorJdaIndustrie* Exposition OrUado April 23-26. Martla to.
Power Corporation since 1925. He individual for information resultingin .
: I the prime contractor tor the Penning, a two-tge nudear-tipped
served as office manager and district arrest and conviction of woods During 1962 there were,six persons I weapon whScfe.te noted t... Its reliability. Te exhibit-toeJode a

manager at St. Petersburg arsonists The Florida Bankers ,rewarded with total payments' -S balfeaj4itc I before becoming'division'manager Association also..maintains a fund of-$ .OOO according toCthe Florida'S }_*imabeeo hat><.-t> ck-llsfetedV0!or tr nepazendeSl j
{ FoolcdbyCamoufliQed So dali ) I for offering cash'rewards, with 10 Forest Service. orr 383*conviction l r bowing tbe mla pressntisince-1959 >
i : 11& UM laterBAUoaal Air S&ew fa Paria. ';>
rewards of $100 each payable during the 54 were felonies.
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PAGE TWO ,: '. ':' ; "" :': : :>. THE JASPER '. N"E W S'JASPER.. FLORIDA I '.,:;, ,; Friday! February 22,. 1963

I BEN WILKINSON. "I i. '.' ., '., ,-, "' ;150 of his) own merchant ships were t now. -' "'C"r, : ".. I' .. : .
i BlJ @ -:. c'a' Ji;) sunk or captured during, the war. .t... ,* "*' 1t4tt:' a5 er' e1t,1 :: ,'
MAKES'' DEANS: LIST : He,died in debtors prison.. Mr, aiit'l\trs., :F--: B. TFeagle left '

', ': ,> GJ ; i >',And on and on-: the members> ,pf Sunday for 1rUainthere" t: ;they'win '. ,!, Published Every Friday -" ., i i
1. i The Continental: Congress who, *met visit for two:or three weeks.;Dur ">.I>* Florida g
: f $ iid..Class Postage Paid at Jasper,. .. : j r
A list of students who have quali- in 1776 were,not, patriots-because ing that time'Feb 23'they will'celebrate ,
fied for the Dean's List at North.. .[f6L they signed the Declaration they their Golden Wedding Day. Subscriptions Strictly in Advance -.r
Florida Junior College Madison I 8 sj I:signed because they were patriots. "Folks" joins their many friendsin $3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County

Florida was released this week. Courtesy of "Life Lines congratulations and continued. Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum
This means that the student attained I THE EFFECT OF PRAYER e I Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
an average of B ((3.0) or better, '! l1tn5 t.VirlieIba-a SYc..on z..t9G1 Gregory of Nyssa 333-393 A. D. A wedding of interst in White Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publishers
for the immediately preceeding se- Copies were available in the vestibule Springs Jan. 25 was, :Mrs: : Jeanese I - -- -
mester. Out of 28 names on the list; of the Methodist church recent Robichaux became the bride of The Suwannee Plant went into Pres. Oapp spoke of it as Power-
only one, Ben Wilkinson of Jasper, !. _- ,. GEORGE WASHINGTON lye :Mr. Leonard Conner Jan. 25 at the II III operation in 1953 with one 31,000 land.
was from Hamilton County. I t : "'He played by the river when he was young "The Effect of Prayer is union home of Mrs. T. R. White. Judge kilowatt unit. Now there are 3 Twenty four cents of every FPC
e:". He raced with rabbits along the hills with God and if someone is with I John MoCbrmick officiated. A reception I'units with a total capacity of 148000 dollar goes for federal state, and
: .t: He fished for minnows and climbed and swung'And God. he is separated from the ene- followed the ceremony.The kilowatts local taxes. >
II _- J. hooted back at the whippoor wills my. young couple left for a short The eight Power Plants in the The plant costs $12.000 a day to
Strong and tender and tan he grew Throughprayer we guard our wedding trip and will make their t Corporation serves 31 counties- run.
And then one morning the bugles blew. chastity control our temper, and home on Spring Street when they with more than 300,000 customers. *. 9
k Over the hills the summons came, rid ourselves of vanity. It makesus return. They have the best wishes I The Jonas Salk Institute In San

Over the river's,shining rim .", "r, ,. .C. forget'injuries overcome envy of a host of, friends *. i, I 1R Those from Jasper who went on Diego is. fast becoming a reality..,
I i He said the bugles called his name, defeats enjustice, and makes a- .Friday were: Mrs. Lenora Bras- The site of 27 beautiful seaside /
j' He knew that his country. needed him, .. mends' for sin. FLORIDA POWER PLANT\ AT I.wen Mrs. Irene Byrd Mrs. Jones acres was a gift from San Diegp.
I 1 .,And he answered Coming!" and marched away Through: prayer we obtain physical ELLAVILLE OBSERVES NAT'L (healthnurse) Mrs. Connolly (heal- Financial support has come from
The foolish and the dead alone *: For many a night and many a day. well,bfeing, a happy home, anda ELECTRIC WEEK thnurse). Mrs. Ann Malpas. Mrs. many places especially the National -
rever change their opinion Perhaps when the marches were hot and long strong well ordered society. A number of Jasper folks took Virgie Hyman. Mr Cbllum of the Foundation (which we support ,
LowellIt : f He'd think of the river flowing by .. Prayer is the seal of virginity, I advantage of Florida Power Corp. Power Corp, Dan Braswell Ken- with the March of Dimes) and a
is very unlikely that there l, ; |>,' Or camping under the winter sky and'a pledge of faithfulness in mar- "Open House" last week to sere I neth Tuten, Harry T. Reid Mr. committee of prominent businessmen.
are many among us whose opinions :i Would hear the whippoorwill's far-off song. riage. :itTshields the way farer, what makes the lights turn on and Fisk. City Manager.. .
J are so consistently right 1| At play or at work in peace or strife protects the sleeper and gives cour the stove cook. j Another crowd went on Sunday.It Louis L Kahn of Phttidelphia is
and proper that they aren't subject i 1 He loved America an his life age to those who keep vigil. It was a revelation and would: was National FJectirc Week and the architect putting into reality:
I to amendment from timeto !! Nancy Byrd Turner have been more so if we could: un-i
I It will refresh you when your are
time. In fact, a resiliency of Copied by courtesy of a 5th grade pupil of Mrs. DeShazo two years and comfort when derstand all 'we saw.
t 1 weary you you I 1
opinion appears quite necessary :ago.Three are sorrowful. Some of us were most impressedwith
jf one is to survive with any men who signed the Declaration 'He was forced to flee for his life. Prayer is the delight of the joy- the gate swinging open evenj i REVIVALSERVICES
degree of equanimity in this of Independence 'were He lived in caves for 2 years. ful as well as solace of the affiliated as we spoke our name. j'
world of changing values and di- famous, Thomas! Jefferson, John I f Richard Stockton ,a judge, from Prayer is intimacy with God and Other folks 'were there that Fri-, ,
mensions. ,Adams, Benjamin Franklin. I New Jersey, was seized and put in contemplation of the invisible. day afternoon from Waukula Co. |
Opinions are a very personal i But the \>ther,53? For the most I I prison, his home burned to the Prayer is the enjoyment of things Suwannee Jefferson, Tay( !
property to be strongly defended part, to out iappearances, they ground, his money and goods were present and substance of things .lor. We were invited into the assem i i
when we know them to be were ordinary men. xxx Some were I confiscated. When released from to come." bly room, welcomed and briefed on!|
''I right and just. However, a rich, other: w werepoor.. Some were jail he was peniless and died a some interesting facts about the i Jasper Presbyterian Church J
Quixotic defense of opinion in scholars others were barely literate pauper. The whole state I reckon focused plant. Then dividing into_'groups of
Ii I the light of sound evidence to .Some, were 'imigra"nts! others were Francis Lewis, 62, (New York) attention Saturday on White 12 were conducted, thru the 'plant 24-28
i; the contrary is foolish. natives, Soijje;were old and some was a properous merchant. His Springs and the "Jeanie Audition.It by the weD informed power men.I February t
( It Is the opinion of everyone young: Th yT? really had nothing property was plundered, His wife was "a sight to be hold and music It is tremendous machinery
\ who :uses the self-service laundry much in common, nothing except a thrown into prison and shamefully to hear" Jasper was proud to painted a pleasing blue and some': GUEST SPEAKER : .
and dry cleaning service at .ipassionte ;)Jove:for their co ntry. treated so that she died stortly. have a representative in the per- one forever sweeping floors. j REV BRONSON MATNEY JR. "
k JASPER LAUNDRY & CLEAN 'Their names' became a byword for Abraham Clark signed altho his son of Joyce Smith a Stetson Fresh- I On occassion water from the': Pastor, First Presbyterian Church
''I ERS that the facilities are the [patriotism and courage wherever two sons were prisoners of War. man who gave a good account of Suwannee riwer is used. Strained
finest to be found in this area. 'libertyijs! understood and freedom) Philips Livingston lived the life herself.Wendell Carpenter of St. from trash conditioned for 'the dele-i, Quincy, Florida
Next time try JASPER LAUNDRY .\11Jo.Y xx xx -, of a hunted man with a price on Augustine gave good support as her cate machines-all this in a separ1
& CLEANERS {TheMtloaienffhey signed however his head. accompanist. Joyce was accordedone ate building. What is not used is SERVICES:
j Watch for a red date on your they were 'ti'traitors in the. eyes of William Floyd and Lewis Maris of the.fivfr given honorable men turned back to the river. Nothing is 7:30 Each Evening Sun. thru Wed. '
dry cleaning ticket-its worth
I exiles from their homes for
,England. were lost.The
f $.1.00 in dry cleaning trade. John Hart of New Jersey, lost his !I seven years. Robert Morris one of tion.Really I don't see how the jud- Florida Power Corp has 8 7:00 Thursday EveningEveryone _. 1+
I farms, his grist mill, was burned. I the wealthiest men in the colonies.Attention ges left out any. plants. The one at Ellaville is the
I, Suwannee. Headquarters is at St.
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,I l Out -of town visitors at the First Petersburg, Mr. W. J. Clapp is
Baptist ,Sunday were: Mrs. J. C. President. In the plant at Ellavilleis Invited!
I Jones' and Mrs. Den R. Pate of their proud sign in big figures i 1 :
I i' Tobacco Growers Thomaston- Ga. Mrs. Jane Robertson "3,000,000 man hours without losss
: of Ashville N._ C-, Mrs. John of time by accidents." .-..
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Brevard of Stone ,Harbor, N. J.I :
I Mr. and Mrs. Neil Van Weild of f fI' NOW SEE WHAT'S NEW
Capeville; Michigan, Mrs. Irene J '
I'I Jenkins of Jacksonville Mrs. Ger-
See The Demonstration Of TheHAWK
.aId Dedgex Palatka, Mrs. E. E. AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S' .
"Cone, Jacksonville, Delanda R.
Vaily, Stetson, Corbett Croft Val-.
',. :i dosta. .
I J l ,: ; j Four kinds of sport-all super There's the Chevy 11 Nova, also avail
'l '<1 J, Carltorf I
l' : I ; foP+ )f:1e.: 'Baptist's Children's Want to make spring+ come in a hurry? cluster. Front buckets. All-vinyl: trim.
... home in Lakeland carry gifts of Just pick a new car with whatever you Distinctive SS identification. Fourteen-
food and money. hanker for in performance and sporty triminch wheels and tires with full wheel !
r AUTOMATIC TOBACCO STRINGER 1 mings-like bucket seats, 4- peed shiftdijo.. Three-speed shift or Powerglide
i ,: When Joann Carter (Brenau Col- lots of horses-and start driving it now. with floor-mounted shift console. 1
.. .. Jit".... lege) home for a recent weekend lot of
1 -" "' came Chevy's got a sport in four entirely Or the Corvair Hfonza Spyder with com- i
I her Tri Delt sorority sister ,- different kinds of cars. plete instrumentation, special identification i
\ ; Susan Subchff (Miami) came with!I First, the Jet-smooth Impala Super and an air-cooled Turbocharged Sir.
I Il t ll lM her. Doug. Bagwell a young man Sport with your choice of 7 And for a real wallop, see
; C MrRa. from Gainesville was also a guestat different engines that range up the stunning Corvette StingRay ,
l I that time. to 425 hp and that include the SUPER SPORT winner of the "Car Life"
# popular Turbo-Fire 409 with 1963 Award for Engineering
I : .. Helpful hints from Florida Power 340 hp for the ultimate in excellence. I
\' : .I,1 : O>Corporation says "turn off lights, smooth, responsive driving in All told, four beautiful convertibles i
\-.- c especially incandescents when not moderntraftic.Optronalegwp- four handsome "
.. : ment, including Comfortilt coupes. You'll get a four
I t .wy c e needed. Don't use a large surface -
steering wheel that adjusts barrel kick just looking them '
unit on your range if a smallerone
1 11 is sufficient and so on. to your convenience, makes it over-and a whole lot moreas
,." or super a sport as you'd like. fun out of driving one! a
I knew these things but didn'texpect
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; 'Optional at extra cost !
: fa
t I be remanded by the

!f f t the V FIT H-OME.in Jasper' oil: lII Power Co., which goes to show.
1 a a ?" a *
II Rev. and Mrs. Howard Wilfong of
Riverside Methodist Church in

Tuesday, February 26, at 7:30 p.nu "4/: '. Tampa came up last wekend for
: "Jeanie Audition and '
the were
.. ;
guests of Mrs. Virginia Daniels. ,
LIGHT REFRESHMENTS LADIES INVITED !Si' Rev. Mr. WilQong was pastor atWhite r4 ;

.. Springs last year and were !
i ; .;Reduce Your Harvesting Costs Eliminate Your Labor Problems! well loved by White Springs folks.
i LOOK AT THESE AMAZING HAWK FEATURES: Mrs. Eva Conner is recoveringfrom y -
surgery in Riverside hospitalin
Jacksonville and it is thoughtshe 1
B Dependable {performance day Baiter day. Operable by completely untrained help. will, be at home again soon 4 1t

I Full 21-Inch table top at the ideal loading: height determined by experience on many t
J farms in many areas.

i Smooth heavy duty rubber belt providing easier loading with less' leaf damage.. Boost tobacco
For trouble-free operation the belt moves on a unique steel slide.
i .. t. Easy to adjust variable speed control up to 1600 sticks( In 9 ouI'M.i with. I
i to consistent but during
0A new synchronized packing arm ensure geptle pressure
tying. Less damage to tobacco than hand tying. 3Q

i ri J y A simplified{ mechanism sealed in oil, means no maintenance jean' of trouble ....

1 ,':tree operation and provides maximum protection from dirt, sand and moisture.
t ti
Rapid conversion to stripping room, table for conveyorized grading" cutting days j1
1 I off the grading time.

t. Dollar savings you can rely on, not Just unproven claims! but based on actual ex. ,
perience of over :500 farmers using the Eagle and Hawk In 1961. Savings In tying j
i ; in curing in stripping, and in grading add up to Bigger Profits on every pound = -i-- a
of tobacco harvested. Eliminates hand tyers entlrel).

0 Rugged welded steel frame. Solid and sturdy. ;yet trim and slim.

ThePosltive Action automatic string- cutter that has proven- so successful on the HtrVs. why jJTjj
I Eagle. ,
*FornwJetwJ for tobacco
: Readily adjustable string: tension, needle' and looper controls and variable stitch t
length eliminate fallout'during curing. PrOlHfts .....r )yields ofbttrtSlily

S Mounted"on 4 rubber tired wheels for easy positioning.: Tongue equipped for move- { I eiif r i,

ment to new locations. Eaowrof cod i.r rim

.J j: 9 Guaranteed for one full year against defects In material and workmanship. *."* Proton ofl firm after f. n
e Sold and Serviced by Reliable, Responsible Dealers. Service when you need it.! See*yow Agrlce agent today i

Available at Top-CorretU Sting Ray Sport Coup end Conair Moats Spyder Clfcft Coupe l lov- _

::4. FOR BIGGER PROFITS TOMORROW! i Center lift CkernUt Impala SS Convertible;rigid Ckery 11 Nota--'OO SS CoiutrtMt. \Al!fair AMiZoU i
.: ..Farmers in lot'fonfertibli end coup model*. Super,Sport,",Spider equipment optional at extra eoeL) ;

;" See Your'HAWK. Dealer Today w'41 '" ; :lamer : 792-3011 See. Jour entirely different kinds of ears at your Chetrolet dialer's Showroom
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: Farmers : Co. waI nee
Vfc :: : Implement 'i Live Oak

F02-2571 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA : I fl$111dHaL I
aw.,et eo.pay, JA.SPER FLORIDA

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'Mrs ing. Ulma BraWeD is chairman s>fan I the Live Oak-dub'March 5 at 2 Where Are- The Dead? Tim 61516. I tear drops you have shed. If you

t, @ it Art Exhibit-from the :Valdosta I pun.. 11 If with pleasure you are viewingany think some praise is due him now
,; :Fine Art Com,'and is presenting an I All entries or models must beat work a man is doing; if you ..is the time to slip it to him. for he
a b R ljJ(&: M-r' Exhjfef t from the Valdosta the Club by one o'clock. You Some say they have gone to Daniel says in Daniel 12:2. "Manyof of I like him or you love him tell him : cannot read his tombstone whenhe's
Heaven others say that when death those that sleep in the dust
College are to send in by March 3 the Don't withhold dead!
asked approbc
State. I : now. your I
& comes, that is the end. Some say the earth shall awake Job says
a ..-- -' .the .envelope of. and ation until tiie-Parson makes Oration ,
Keep open. ,outer .y ovtr pattern be
.that: the soul never dies. Just what he wait until his change comes May Gods richest blessings
1 Dr. Salk'a dream T It definite that.the Serenade ,description of the material so as he' lies' with fillies I
: i i8. snowy
does the Bible say. The Apostle Job 1(12-Is. :OI on those that read these lines..
>.* Spacious.:: cloister, -like ,buildingsare from Valdosta State College will I that,.the, narrator: 'will"be able to I Paul"'tells us in 1 Thess 4:13-15 that "': 'Jf -Jr i 'over'Luis brow for no }matter.bow! .t. 40//
(already being built for scientists be at the. Women's:Club on. March I make the description in advance. A.the Lord does not want us to be Some say alt Is theJtiat dies you-'shout .:it'he 'wont'really'know I E. C. Willis 205 SE 1 Ave.

.... called' Fellows chosen to go 8. !;. +;prize'will be given for the best in !ignorant about this and other mat- the Soul;:lives! on. Ezek 18:4 says,.!about it he' won't know how many! Jasper Florida Phone SY 2-3581

there and work undisturbed at will sA the District. .ters he they are asleep, the the living"know that they shall I _ -' 4._
says '
-it is an all star team ranging little girl taking her first train ,, The Jasper Club.expects to have ;Saviour in John (11:11-14 that die but the dead know not anything. '"
trip. At night she was put in an' several in the contest says David Psalms 17:15 he will
from Nobel prize wining Bio-phy- participating John says
'Lazarous is. asleep. 5:28-29
scist Francis Crick, novelist Scien- upper berth while her parents retired -f| The Live Oak dub will be hostess that an that are in the grave will be satisfied when he awakes in thy I :
tist C. P. Snow, have already been to another section. Alone anda 2 0' Iock till four the afternoonof come forth; this scripture proves likeness. David says Psalms 6:5 Leona'sRestaurant
recruitedsix to begin with and little frightened, she called out( March 5. there is no remembrance of thosein .
!that all dead are in 'the grave.
Dr. Salk. They will be given proper at regular intervals: "Daddy, are I the grave. Peter on the day of
facilities and few abstraction you there, Mama, are you there? 1! The program on mental retarda- -- Pentecost said David had not ascended '

and left fre to think and work at After this had gone on for a while, ,;tion on channel 10 is enlighteningand and Saturday at the Jeanie Audi into Heaven Acts 2:34, 1 : "
will a gentleman across the aisle called encouraging These 4:1 11 tells us that all God's
tion and was her guests for the
out in an irritated gruff voice: '. people those that are in the grave ,
Dr. Salk thinks here they could t weekend here. Colbert Croft of Valdosta -
"Yes daddy is here. Mama is hereI The Presbyterians begin theirRevival I will come forth from their gravesat '
bring about an explosive expansionof also
: was a guests
human knowledge. The benefitsto am here. We are all trying to go : services Sunday Feb 24- the coming)of the Lord. (OPEN) FOR BUSINESSAFTER
to sleep. Now, for heaven's sake, I *
Rev. Mr. Bronson :Matney will
mankind will be more sweeping The scriptures that we
that confounded noise. There
stop I'm glad the new telephone directory
than vaccine for single di- speak. I .
one a stay in the grave until the Resurrection -I REMODELING
was a time of silence and then a I has translated the code letters
sease. i
Genesis 2:7. God
i thin little voice called out "Daddywas i from the morning. '
: Quoting Presbyterianletter into numbers. -
The first men chosen are: Seymour -I made a man in his own immage he
that God? of
Description a
great I ALSO
Benzer, Edwin Lennox Ren- man... Mrs. Adsna Simpson on her had no life until God breathed the ., ,.
ato Dulbecca, Jacob Bronowski; The American Cancer Societyhas second week in > breath of Iife in his nostriles then "
When I met him I looking Hamilton, Hospital
( was
Mbnrod Warren Waver; ,Four of. an area meeting in Tallahassee down." suffering from bursitis.< She is he (the man) became a living I Cakes and Pies
; .
these will be .nan residents. Each, February the 28th. Floridan Hotel. greatly missed at the News Office. Soul, the man had no soul until he *_ .., "i > *
When him
I I looking .
was !
fellow win run his own business : r up. received the breath of life. Take I :,:. .'it: .
within an institute where he can II Mr. and Mrs.. *Joe' .Dedge had a I . try. away the breath from the man he a, .. ',- ::" :. Baked to Order ';:: .

( spend his time doing what most dinner : Thursday during: Mission week NEW LIBRARY HOURS has no soul That is plain. That is .'.,.. ..
intriques him. He will have laboratory -- big crowd Sunday. Having Gerald and .of the First Baptist Alice and Carlton Monday ...... 12:30 till 5:30 p.m. simple. In the Resurrection God :, ."". \ .
space and some extra for'I with them were i Carter entertained several for Tuesday..... 12:30 till 5:30 p.m.: restores the breath of life'' in the To Take Out
Dotty edge and young Gerry of ...
I r expansion. Money will be furnished Jacksonville Ronald and Lucile dinner Rev. Sayer and Francis Wednesday 8:30'ti1111:30 a.m. new body, then we become living
'.-limited but substantial. He can :Canova, Mr. Gus Johnson of the 12:30 till 5:30 p.m. souls again.
work alone or hire assistants. It is Hodges and Ronny of Jacksonville.A. 'Baptist State Convention, Mr. and Friday ........ 12:30 till 530pm. Our Heavenly Father is the only 3 Leona Carter 792-2091
up to him. L. edge of Jacksonville and Mrs. T. Reid. Saturday ...... 9:00 till 12:30 a.m.I:30tffl4:30pm. one that has immortality, that will
Miss Sue Lynn of Tallahassee, Miss Harry the last ,- ;
.: There wfll be a spacious study be a gift from Him at day. i' 1 1. : ; > "

::with each set up and a,view of the Effie Dedge, Jasper.In :Mrs. W. B. Lewis had as her --------------- - -.- -.- -- -------------------.._-----------------------------------.-----------..
the afternoon there were Mr. -. -- -.: : -. _--------------------------------------------------------
the week naval officalin
pacific and a beautiful. garden guests past
+ ,?where he may stroll and med.it2.te.It'is I and Mrs. T. L. Dukes and daughter Electronics, Doyle Hedricks and
1 Brenda of Mayday, Mr. and Mrs. his charming wife. The Hedricksare Prices:
vision and adven-
a great T. W. Dukes and Belinda of Fargo, Washington:?
i ture. inlaws of Mrs. Lewis. He is a # )
John, and Margie edge and daughter
native of Oklahoma and his wife of
Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Kyser and Kathie of. Jasper.* Tennessee. The Navy is sendingthe BIRTHDAY 7j Cut!

t daughter and Mrs. Kyser's mother Madison (Shorty) Hill, son of Mr. young man to Sanford where he
t :Mrs. Grace spent Sunday in Port and Mrs. B. B. Hill left Sunday for will instruct in some special train

-. St. Joe. Mrs. Grace joined hert California where he will take his in* for. several.months.. Inc. By George!
husband -
and returned to their
8 weeks boot training in U. S. Navy
: ; home in Alabama. After a visit Michel HID a cousin also pnlisted Judge and Mrs. Hicks Fort have Your Friendly Store
I with the folks here: enlisted in Valdosta. returned from two weeks visit to L 94
I Shorty d v
Mrs. George Stephens of Jen- Dress Revueor dressmaking it
nings; is reported doing nicely after contest- call It what you will is;, Mrs. Harvey L. Simpson of Sly- ACTUALLY

.. I. surgery in Pineview buspi tat. big news from District 3 of Florida ester. Georgia visited her cousin DI'
March of Women's Clubs At Mrs. Graham Black the past week.
8 is Woman's Club meet Fedetation. COSTS LESSR'DOUBLE "'"

P-9... ....... . !-.... I .. .. .. __. __j. ........ I
.. n f .i''Ii ; .4 :| Mr: and Mrs. Raymond Camp, Jr .

a +l. [i wil have as their weekend guests RACK
We Have Line of ,,i i their mother Mrs. Raymond Camp

a Complet\ 1:I'i'of White Femandina Springs and! her. sister cjrA-1 FULL. OFLadies'. ."...... MEN'S.,- LONG SLEEVE
i from Beach .
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AgriculturalChemicals 1! Greer and Margaret Ann Sapp t-j '

E I' visited relatives and Miss Gussye. and : Handsome Selection Better

i;Byrd in Jacksonville over the week {-\ Brands. S-M-L-XL

I ,end.
| as. Vt All 2.98 3.98
at. Regular fie
it t t Mrs. Graham Black was in Valdosta All Better Quality '1 \
I' Georgia in Monday to attend Regular 4.98 and 5.98 '-'" for
:the funeral of her cousin Mr. C.
: 2 $3.00FINAL
AT t
,;:-- :.' FLee Pattel"SQQwho passed in his iq I
84th year. Mr. Patterson's son :-

SAPP'S SERVICE STATION I.Christie Stores is well of the known, Patterson in Jasper Shoe and $2. each ,t,;, GOOD LOCKING,,:::NEW, SHORT-SLEEVE_,' *4," .

SY2-6441 Florida I '"
,. I.' The Rev., and Mrs.: C. H. Sum--? .. .

........ _"" : "' ':''' .,. -d--... ... "" ,- -, I (11eI1who! were once here pastoring
.--r-r- ...... ,I the Methodist Church have both fIndies' "Better" Boys' Long Sleeve
i:passed away. Mrs. Summers last 'h'
Fall and
,June. The Summers had two sons,' HolidayDRESSES -

STUMP BROS. (Charnelle, HL of Palm Beach and A CLOSE-OUT

I Christy who with his wife resided :';' Broadcloth and Flannel
1 here for several years and news

300 South Patterson, Valdosta, Georgia ,,has come that Christy passed away Variety of beautiful styles Our;regular 1.00 to 1.79, sizes 6 to 16 '

about two weeks ago at his present year"I.: '
suitable for
home in Jasper Alabama. Leaving many : 7 C. / r
S "
BUILDINGSUPPLIES his wife .Jeanette and three chit round wear. ,S 7"1'

:dreri. From here Christy went to .
Vc eta, Georgia where he was Regular $8.98 to $14.95
,Jcr several years secretary of the reg. 1.98 $

,1 : "._. ", j t,Chamber Good news of Commerce.is that the City means I $34O sizes 4 to 18 .. i 2 for $3.00

: 7',. w Jot get an exterminator to rid
FIRST the cemetery of the awful salamanders
and to move, the City
: [Dump far out and away from this MENS FELT DRESS
? sacred! where loved
192.36' I garden ones LADIES and GIRLS HATS
.. COOK TOP. Westinghouse . rest LUGGAGECLOSE
J : ; COATSand Our Regular $5.98
< ATTIC FAN, 36-inch, The gorgeous pansies from Ulma '

.. With Shutter .... . ... ...': .... .. 7200 Braswell's garden are in my tall OUT! .- LADIES
I cut glass compote and seem to Big Selection CAR COATS .00
I ; < :-> -, Q AA belong together.
.: .. : . 7.95 12.95 Flannel I
Atlas .... . . .P- I Regular to MENS andVBOYSJACKETS
i : .:' -_ The Methodists are enthusiasticaljly -

t WINDOW BURGLAR ', QA r working to raise money to refinish $ .00 GOWNS

GUARDS .. .. .. .. .. . .. & I floors ,in the church and fora 5 MEN'S WOOLPAJAMAS
and and SWEATERS
new carpet.These money-making
DOOR MAHOGANY _' 4.75 projects create an interest in one's SPORT COATS

2-0 x 6-8 ... ... .-. . .',. . church that.Is more than the ma- l FINAL CLEARANCE
SCREEN bOOR terial interest. The supper Thurs- Handsome Conservative
c ftft day night hajl to print extra tickets. ; Regular $2.98 Plaids
2-8x6-8 . .. t .. .. . .. '. 'Then tocVfthis working togetheris Ladies
..: : Reg. $2.98 Our Regular $14.95Handbags
j WINDOW SCREEN; Aluminum '.-" /. good. '** ; for $*j.OO .
I *... o -, : .
V. 2-8x4-6 ....". ... . . . .". ", &*m'Y student 2 2 PRICE' $ .00
Delanda R. Vail Stetson '
f" AD. .:PLYWOOD and roommate of Joyce Smith, was .g2
": -. SHEET .. .. :. . .. 6.: '0 Joyce's chaperone Friday night :"-1'.- .. VSS .

/4"! AD PL PLYWOOD .. * .
/ 4
'. L3&
I i.t" SHEET ... .-., .. .:-.,. ...,._... Pianos OrgansNew errsJeu1ar

,.. MAHOGANY .M.k.. . ; or Remanufactured $3-00 V '
BIRCH : .. ..; ... :. \'c 1. . .. 7.68 Kohler and Campbell 1OmbaD.I ,6.98 8.98 ?. pair Pleated fie Plain Front
%" SHEETROCK : and Pond. Henry F. Mil :f- S ; _
ler Pianos. Thomas and Kim- aJaIL : IrC; V %
:; 4x8 SHEET : : f."t. .. .-. .. 1.40 ball Transistor Organs. UVU : ... .

OAK FLOORING NO.: 1 L COMi : ft V 45 :. V NEW! For Springs

Per M ... ."., ., :... .. ..;. lOD.UU._ COLONIALHOUSE "CmdereBa"DRESSES .- and Easter!
: ,
FELT 15 Ib. .

:: Per :Roll ._'" '!' .;. . ....'...... -6.10 :, 1U8 N. Patterson. Valdosta S ;: 1G V ... GIRLS' Sizes 28 to 40
for girl* Our Regular $6.98
I .
I' or .
: ,
.... LOCKS .'. ... .. ....... : i.; .. .... 4. MARK TEN HOMES Easy-care cottons to finish out .; '-' $400tit

LIGHT BULBS 9n Featuring: . I' : school; year size 3 to 14 ... .' ,;:SHOES

f Ea. ._ .*. .. _. ....... ... ,. .. 100% FinancingNo *" s'ize
AWNING A dosing cocts r regular'3.98 to 5.98 1 \12t2! to 3 Our Regular $8.95
oir .Name Brand Materials .
1. NO. 23. NU-AIR-*. .'.\ ;. .'. . .- __ .Up..Da&e alps I .1 ; .
.. .-, t Z.- ;' .II For FoB_ tntenaatkm Cbotact 1\ $2.00 !2' $5.00

Us For'Al Your BiiIdhiiNeedS: I L J. HeBeway I 1. pair .
eTSee KT g-BH ,.... -< .- ',. f ,'" ..: ...,...
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1 ) .F.H. A. LOANSin Army Specialist Five BiB Lock I I .. You And Your School I I Rabid RaccoonsIncreasing 1 *i .yourLOCAL .

Jr., '26, (col.) whose parents live .

Hamilton County in Jennings, participated; in the I 'by M L Powell. Principal Jasper Schools "i i I l The State Board of Health said STORES

." On 3 .Beautiful Models 101st Airborne Division's Exercise i of M today rabid raccoons apparently 1
the many problems !j I
COLD ,EAGLE at.Fort Campbell, Among are increasing in Florida.Dr. .'
most -
of 'the I
'NQua li LBEm'I : Kentucky, which ended in late: Jan- school discipline 1 1& that one of smoking at t NOTE OF THANKS I W. B. Winkler said some per- : i Sll: WA./lN/E'E -
: prevalent I sons believe rabies is more prevalent ''fiLH ''f Pnts '
uary. school. We do have a regulation i I would like to take this means in hot 'weather but he added 129 ,r t.j D4tqf;
and we
smoking at school to heartfelt thanks
express to
,;: .BUiLT ON YOUR LOT t Zero: temperatures, strong winds do against try to enforce the rgulations. :,my many friends my who visited me I'1',"weather this is not a major disease.factor in ------ -
-. : OR ONE ACRE OF I and heavy snowfall enabled the Different schools handle the smoking I and for the many get well cards I ,reason very'more cases are reported in RICH MILK is
I more than 16,000 in different ways. X a necessary -
participants to problem
LAND received during my recent illness. [warm months is because men and .
test cold weather combat Schools grant smoking privilege of well-
training Some .
No Down .. i May God's richest blessings be,animals are more active out doors part every
Payment while protecting themselves from' s during the school day provided th-i." balanced meal. Our milk
Up to 30 to severe weather conditions. those desiring this privilege with you always. \
years pay ( Lest! year the board distributed
home : is rich that will
note from so you
Q 5V4%.Interest Lock, a heavy-equipment brings a Usually Nancy Wetherington j 413 doses of anti-rabies vaccine for
opera- in this permission. think it from
concurring came cows
L Call or write .. tor in Headquarters Company of time and place are designated ------ _.- j humans bitten by animals to safeguard 4 2
j a 1! against possible rabies. Once with solid gold horns who
I the division's 326th Engineer Battalion of the
ti 1 FRANK STEWART for the convenience practice of smoking! that otherwise the disease develops, death is
i at the fort entered the Army other students are ate nothing but platinuqi
1 Box 408 MouItrieGa ''In September, 1954. smokers and no :might 11Q '\bn. There have been no human
Ph 985-2931 9851741Preaching : permitted in the smoking area. We took all Jne pros and cons of '. cases in Florida reported since : petals. Buy some-try
_ Specialist Lock is a 1954 gradu- Some schools have a regulation this, matter into serious consideration -'1948. some I ( '

ate of J. R. E. Lee High SchooL "'' :against ,smokingbut and did quite a bit of thinking j j In 1961 there were 68 laboratory t:

I f r f..a: ': ,)71.tf nothing do about little itsenforcement. or j I I about it on our own and came to ,confirmed cases of rabies among .
i the considered conclusion that the animals. In 1962 ther were 72: '
: Th-;I N .
I!fl'< > ;:J.11 weight of opinion and right forbade 39 Raccons, 5 dogs, 5 cats. 4

f f;' ::,- _''.. problem is pratti.the granting .of the request for foxes, 3 skunks 14 bats and: 1 illOM'are red Use Our ..._
Ji H I 6 I.: :' .' 1 c a II y ignored. 1 smoking privileges at school for wild cat. ; Phlox or*vermilion Quick Drive-In ?
I, 'Other schools,either boys or girls. It seemed to So farthis year, 10 cases have' Our milk will win you
_ GY OU have the regulation us to do so would be compromising been reported among raccoons: 1 totcha a billion. ServiceC

I against smok:i with a, weakness which we were fax 1 bat, and 1 wild cat.
j, ing and attempt,rot justified to do. We do not want 1 City and county laws require
p'a Chance to enforce it We to admit or to have our young that dogs be immunized but not
i f fit into this category people admit that there is any cats. The board has long advocated -
i I of schools. We do not believe ;i.,i habit that has such a strong con- that cats be immunized bcause
in having' a regulation that is not trol over their win and their life ,they are allowed more freedomare
H XOV07 I Ij I enforced. We believe that it would I Ii j,that they themselves do not harder to keep under fence and
i be far better to do away with a have the strength and power to 'are extremely 'vicious when rabid.

j I i'I regulation than to have one and ,,control during the school day or'' All animal bites are required by AS H
,not enforce it. II i iI l any other time that they seek to be law to be reported to health author- MiLK
I I It is true we have quite a number'the masters of their own destinies. ities because they must be investi- us. 41 iNCiTV

11 I ru ecH of boys &; some girls who do smoke.I We feel that our young people gated for possible cases of rabies. .

stir suND1V We do know that they will smokeat should be taught and encouragedto f! W//// $ gg % $ fd"#/ W/AW ;Il;::: : .'..:..:
school if they have an opportunity -! act from strength and not from
j I to do so and we would not attempt weakness. Our people young and NOW AVAILABLE IN-THIS ARE

BRIGHT POND (JASPER) ,OAK GROVE CHURCH OF CHRIST I to say that we would or f old can find the strength to cope '1
I BAPTIST CHURCH could completely eliminate this with any weakness they may hive '
PastfT Rev. Henley I Between Jasper and Jennings I problem! from the school. Some of i fthey will but only look for and THE BRANTFORD LOOPER

bnnday School ..._...... 10:00 a.m.Monoin on highway 41 the larger and older boys approached -lay hold on the source of strengthat
s, =: Servile ,._ i Sunday Morn. Bible Study 10 toll us about the matter and their disposal. We could not New Labor Saving Tobacco Stringer I

,< Training Union __ 11oo..m.1,Worship. Service ........ 11 to 12 II asked us to consider the idea of':'with a clear conscience grant this
Evening Worship _.. Sunday Evenings Service .... 7:00 granting smoking privilegs pro privilege. Therefore, the no-smok- The Brantford Looper is the only machine on the market that hasa

*; Midweek; Prayer Service every I Wed. Evening Bible Study.... 7:00 I vided they brought permission ing regulation stands and we will money-back guarantee.
__Wednesday at_7'30 p.m. Phone WE8-2091 ,from home to smoke. We promised seek to enforce it. We do not pro-
-- The Brantford is the machine the market with
Looper only
would give this matter on .
JASPER METHODIST"The !them .that we |pose to ignore it.V e asked for
.:" 'Friendly Church" some very careful considera-(I a meeting of all the boys who were controls that can be mounted on either side. ; .

Pastor, Rev. O. C. Howell FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH :tion and we did. It was discus-j interested In.this matter and ad- '. You will find that you reduce curing time and improve the grade. '
:., ORDER OF NOTICE -Sayer Canova, Pastor. I sed at length'both. in faculty meet-j vised them along the same basic > t
Sunday School ._.. 9:45 a.m.I Sunday School at _____ 9:46 ings and with the Student Council ,!vein in whic this article is written. GUARAJfTEED ((12 months warranty) will not exceed 1 I" .

I Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. f:Moraine Worship ___ 11:00 a.m. There was a very dicided opinion They seemed to understand and falloutduring curing provided twine as specified is used. :
I Everyone *s invited I Training UnionT-,..-..-. .6:15 in the faculty and in the Student accept the decision as stated. This

EVENING aERVICES I Evening Worship ... 7:30 Council as to whether smoking'privileges does iiot mean that'smoking has ,See it now at My\ Farm.or,Contact
Junior Felloweblp '6:00 I Prayer* Services Wednesday should be granted or not. vanished from the school or that ,
Intermediate .Fellowship 6:00 p.m. at 7:30 p.m. Some seemed to think that this it will vanish. We think it has '

Youth Fellowship -SOO p.m.1 JASPERCHURCH OF COD would be the easiest method of :resulted in the students knowing : M. T. (Pete) MILLER _

\ Worship Servic __ 7:00 p.m. .l 1Hev. Earl Deas handling the smoking problem for 'where we stand,on the, matter and .
Youth Social Hour 3:00 p.nup.m. ,Sunday School _. 10:00 a.m. after all they said that if one is that by far and large the student SY.2-3707 3 Miles North of Jasper on Ruote 129 ,
I :Morning Worship 11:00 am. going to smoke he is not going to body as a whole will respect and
BETHEL PRIMITIVE BAPTIST! Evening Worship 7:00 pan. let a regulation keep him from it. abide by the:regulation.
Bible Study at tfi, a.m each Sun.
And to keep one ,
Church Service 11 t.b1. 7 P.n- Prayer Meeting: __ 7:30 p.m.FRIDAYS only encourages him to becomea
Each First and 3rd Sunday. falsifier and violater of i :
sneak ,a
PBYE 6:\\10 p.tn. each Sunday i Y. P. E. .,. __.__ 7:30 p.m. regulations at school. It was pointed -t : > I Elder L. M. PeVane, pastor -PRESBYTERIAN-.--- CHURCH out that to provide a place and : ... ..... .-.-... ) ', ;.. ::.

_f JASPER PRESBYTERIAN WHITE SPRINGS time to smoke done at would the have same all' time the FRIDAY !( .I .
CHURCH SERVICE Rev. Ed. Montgomery ,Jr. Pastor smoking the ATYOUR FORD DEALERS$ .' :.
end '
-JR.. and place and would
B r. 'E. -Ktmtg0ravry: Evening Service ..._..730 p. n. : .
r uday School..._-...-.9:48 a. .>n..i practice of smoking while hiding in '

Services __................ 11:00: ; BURNHAM CHURCH CHRISTIAN the ably building reduce the and fire would hazard thus to prob-the r. The! Liveliest of the Lively Ones 1'f'i ; '

JASPER ADVENT Paul H. Stewart.. Pastor school Many other reasons were
CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. Sunday .School each Sunday 10:00 advanced in favor of .granting!- > *> *- ;; t :.t ,..
Travis Carter Church Service Second and Fourth smoking privileges. However justas Meet Fords all-new Command Performance cars fresh from their world premiere in ,.. .

Sunday School........... 10 &.me Sundays '................... 11:00 many or perhaps more.:reasons Monaco! At center is the hot new Falcon Sprint V-8 that won first in.its class at the famed "

Morning Service .......11:00 a.m.J CYF and Bible Study Second and were presented against granting Monte Carlo Rallye. Bucket seats, sports-type steering wheel, 164-hp V-B and tachometerI ,.."
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m.1 I Fourth Sunday nights ...... 6:30 smoking privilege. It was generally ;
Wednesday night: conceed that it was not too much to :.F T- are standard. More news! V-8 engines now available with any FaIconl5Topthe new Fairlane

Choir Practice ...... 7:30 p.m..1 I :JENNINGS METHODIST ask of high school students to re- 500 Sports Coupe that took Alpine grades like a native.There's
...... 8:00 "
Prayer Service p.m.d "Enter Rest Pray"Pastor frain from smoking during the i' black white for Amertcete IveSest.
a choice of two V-S's and a vinyl covering in or
CHURCH-1 : Charles W. Rogers Sr. school day. The idea was advanced most carefree cars!
_ WALLACE DIVONIA BAPTIST F. BENNETT I Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m. primarily for the benefit. 4c' ; its Thunderbird roof. Foreground: new Super Torque Ford

Sunday School ......_..- 10 Lm.3reacbing Prayer Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.m. of the boys who smoke. Nevertheless $: Sports Hardtop with V-8 zoom up to 425 hp and sleek new roof- FORD

.._.._.._.--.- 11 a.m. I Worship Services 2nd and 4th I it was 'suggested that if a M2 line. This beautiful new hardtop looks like convertible! .--.,--.roMTi jiiec**>*.
.'! Sundays at 11 a.m. and at 8 p.m place and privilege were.grantedto ..
4 'I alniinig union" unnn hhUUU 6:300m. # IK**F kM Statkn Btt Md CM WafoMro
who desired -
that the girls
,.....,,r.--... 7:00 pjn. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH the to smoke boys should have the same
Prayer Sunday School every Sunday at
Wednesday Some said that to grant
Meeting :30p 10:30 a.m. privilege. :' J '
who I :
smoking privileges to those ;
Preaching 11:30 am. &: 7:30 p.m. : ,
WEST LAKE CHURCH OF COD Training!' Union ____ 6:30 ) jn. brought permission from home :
Sunday School 10#0 .me Prayer Meeting, on Wednesday at would not solve the smoking pro-
Y.P.E. Sunday ..__ 6:30 pan. ,7:30 p.m.MISSIONARY blem and that those who -could not
Prayer Meeting. Thurs. .. 7:$O p.m BAPTIST receive the necessary permission
I. from home would continue to slip
Jennings, Florida .
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bro. W. D. Stewart. Pastor around and smoke anywhere and ..... .....
Bet. C. E. (Bafley. Pastor I Sunday School ":.,._.10:00 am. any time as they had been ac : f_._
customed. It would take just as woad r u'tn a msI1Ce
Sunday School __ 10:00 a.m. Each Sunday) rows new COMMANBruroc
Morning Service: 11:00 a.m., Preaching Service Each Sunday at much time and effort to police the A :XCMS <
Training Union 7:00 p.m. I 11:00 "'ID. and 7:30-p.: m. smoking area as it would to enforce -
Evening Services 8:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting Each! Wednesday the non-smoking regulation as we 4
Wednesday prayer service 8 p.m. at 7:30 pm.FRIENDSHIP'BAPTISr. now have it. To have a smokingarea -\
would perhaps entice some
Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard H. Woodard Pastor people to go there and begin the

Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday School ._ 10:00 a.m. -A.
(A class for every age group) Morning Worship 11:00 ajn.
Worship Service 11:00: a.m. ((Training Union _... 630 p.m. t tc. tr tt
Youth Fellowship _--. 6:00 p.m. .I Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. ;___
PASTOR' SCHEDULE Wed Prayer Meeting .. 7:30 pjn. .szij
I White Springs every Sunday at _
j Swift Creek, each Third Sundayat COD a Mgt J Bsdt
3:00 p.m. Rev. George F .Newton :i
I Vacation
_ CHURCH Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 2SPERYEEK :, p" >
FIRST METHODIST Morning!' Worship ,......11:00 ajn. 9oulaewv! 4
r STATENVILLE. GEORGIA Wednesday Night 7:30 pan.
Allen Brooker. Pastor Prayer ServiceY.
Sunday School ..._..__ 10:00 ajn. P. E 'Friday Night 7010
:' Worship Service 2nd and 4th ; c .
1 ,y Sundays -._. :- 11:00 .a.m. JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF GOD
-. Jr. and Sr. MYF Each Sunday at 'CHURCH '
:. '1:00p.m.. Sunday School each Sunday at
I,( Prayer Meeting> Each Thursday at 10:00 a. m. RESORT MOTEL
8:00 p.m. Services Each -Sunday morning
MYF Social Hour Each ThursdaySUWANNEE
x and evening 100:%Ail GondafeMdaMf HtcfeJ.
i CHURCH OF Old time Gospel Sing last Friday luxurious Fresh Water Pool -L

y' THE NAZARENE each: month ............ 8 p.m. Convenient to Golf Countc, ftac
?. Fail, Florida ,Rev. O. EL'Thompson Tracks,< Jl Recreation, Suppst ,
Leslie C. Foe Paster and Nile Chios '. J '':
Sunday School .:...... 'ttiOO: A.M. I FIRST ;:BAPTIST CHURCH Phones sash Raor t .
STATENVILLE, GEORGIA Conbiootkn>> Tub and Sfcawand
Service kll:00
; FreachlBg AJ&Evdng #'
S IX'W. $annon, Pastor s
Tiled Berth U UPoobkk
Every .
Service ... .. 7:30 P.M.'; __
.r. Services _
I ( Each Sunday) ,CO&M Shop rIFt- : S _
,. Wednesday Prayer Meeting! 7 A Sunday School :.......-. 10:00 LDl *BIccayiM toy& r t -- r-Rt raswn .t

CORINTH MISSIONARY i Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. ,*2pockML0M ...ab. Itap1Y --'. '
Training Union __, 6:30 p.ir. 1 .jt ; ,
BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Service. "Wednesday at' :{
1ocahd.-. iteoe .
Rev. MarcusMorrison., pastor 7:30 IUD.
: t
Eanday,School (every-Sunday rat'7QOWHITE n. t cr. ;. .
,- fifth Sunday) 10 i _
except LID.
- <;Preachfng Service each Sunday I V '
; HOLINESS i 4 ::1' jLesrii! ,Motor' 'Cm
> at 11 aoa. and 7:50 pun.CTra&iag S. School ISLAND HOtfff MOTK ,
eaih'Su.n,10:00: m-m. i :'t ,' .. __ ,
Union _____ 6:80 pun. Pre* Prayer Meeting each Wtdaes- .r 1t: I.
I 4th SuDd at 11 LIIL..t< 7:30 ""
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., :; : ". '' .'. News Burnham News I '.' G Miss/J.\ H. S.sOfc -. MISS BALL SPEAKS TO
:J ,, \; :.. 'Xather.vn'Selph and Ronald Ellen I
1 By LOIS ; Crowned last Fri-
; united in Feb. Jennings Jasper Gardeif Xue met
; ( ': BosPI'icai burg were marriage
whofor the iave''ot* IDUwIucre'Wm PATIENTS' TX n _
When .the apostle ,Paul left the,
_ 'preach things not,;keeping AS'OF'FEI3RAET'Mrs. i' : j., LIGHT OF FAITH"Set 15 at 5'p.m.at the-home:of Rev., day at the home lit MrS. C. B. Har-
city of Thesseloncia .a19J1g.vitt Jennings High School held its rison with Mrs. Minnie Bryan as
: Annie Cason ; ** : ;- I aflame,,the light'of faitH and Mrs W. Sedgwick.. Rev.Sedwick an-
t Silas came to Berea, his own testimony with the tn1th.:1':: ,
r Mrs. Uffie Tloyals? Y""""f'f: -4 c' In this heart "mine.: performed the ceremony. 'nual Miss JJLS. Contest and also\co-hostess. :Miss Ball hefeft: of the
Pr was that these ThessaJonica were more The apos I "Paul in writing to Paul Hick an' -" Help me keep it 'steadfast, Lord. After a short wedding trip the the Little Miss and Junior Miss II regional library. Pthe program.
; nobe than those received the 'word young Timothy,:charged him with Mrs. Jewell SouihallMrs. I Let it shine. couple will make their home in''Contests, last Thursday evening at i I She explained to the club how the

; in with that all they readiness of mind, and these words recorded in 2 Tim. Kalysta Wimmer May it be a beacon light. Valdosta.the the school auditorium and it was I library had enlarged and the whole

r searched the scriptures daily ,, :2-4.."Preach the word" be instantin Mrs.: Nettie Reid )Both by night and day; attended by a large crowd. plan of it. Then she showed some
Now season and out of' season, re- Clifford! Jenkins I And from it may other lives The Valentine theme was emphasized I:very colorful and Interesting slidesof
I; ;. whether those things were the so. ; prove, rebuke, ext cn,t with all long Mrs. Jean Walker I Find the way. worship service using as the in the decorations of red flowers and wood scenes.
notice, even though inspired I suffering and :doctrine. For the i -Mary' Hamlett Goodman theme "Missions and the'Church," hearts .and red streamers on the I The hostesses served very colorful -
I Mrs. Adina Simpson
the teaching
t apostle Paul was doing ,time will come; "when they will not Collins .' after which delicious refreshments stage with greenery along the foot-"I and attractive refreshments..
listened and Mrs. Mary
these comPared I
people 'endure sound::doctrine but after Mrs. Franklin Gaston visited were served by the hostess. lights. I.The valentine theme was used in
; McDuffie (col.)
said with the word Dorothy
; what he I I their own lusts:shall they heap to Anderson (coL) |I II her sister Mrs. Leroy Dixon in First was the competition for the decorations and on the refresh-
1 Pet. Lev-erne
God in the scriptures. i
ft the I themselves :teacfiers having itch- I DISCHARGED SINCE Madison. 'county last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. James Blair who "Little Miss .J..H.S.to for which sew I i ment table.
said But sanctify 1
\ : Peter [ing ears and statf!.turn away their lost their home by fire last Sep..I' en contestants from grades one The napkins had hearts on them:
Lord God in your hearts, and be I LAST WEEK: |I S/Sgt. and Mrs. Thomas J. Hol- II
I'tears from 'the: truth' and shall be tember, since have been living in thru five appeared one at a time the sandwiches were cut in the
't ready always to give an answer to Jimmy Herring ;mes and children of Abilene Texas
I turned into fables.! !" Another good Hal Tuten Live Oak in a trailer, but have now with pretty; party dresses starched I shape of hearts. For dessert, a
that asketh a rea- have been spending time
every man you I I I some
treason{ for each individual to know moved back to their home place. and pressed. Susan Deas. first beautiful cake made by "Miss Ma-
son for the hope that is within you. ] Raymond with their parents Mr. and :Mrs.
what the word of God has to to this contest. She 1 mie" served. It was coconut
pupil won was
I say Bonnie Nelson I grade
with meekness and fear. Too many D. A. Lee. He is in service and
us, can be found) Revelation. 20: sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. iced in white and had a big red
are like the lady in a story I hap- Bora Smith (col) I i has been stationed in Abilene for Mrs. R. V. Haley and son and was
pen to know to be true, when in the :12, "And I saw the dead both great Fredrickel Lee (coL) the past four ,years. He goes to daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Junior 'James Deas. She was awarded a : heart on it.
and small stand before God ,and Bristol (col.) Haley of Lakeland spent the trophy which was sponsored by the
Sallie Mae
midst of a discussion of the scriptures 1 I Albany. Georgia, Tuesday of this I .
she was short of the proper I d he. books were open and another I Susie Harrison week for.further duty. His family weekend with their brotherin-law' Woodmen of the World. Mr. Bill I
knowledge to show what she believed -,book was open which, is the book Dallas Clark (coL) I I goes with him. and sister Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Truluck, district supervisor, pro- ahs" from the audience. In this
and why, she called "her i t lof' life, and the dead were judged I'' Mrs. Nancy Wetherington. j i I: Burnham and family.] ,vided.and. presented the trophies. group, Miss Sharon Howe? !, sponsored -
preacher" and asked him what,out of the things which were writ- Gettys Braswell ,' I I: Isaac Shiver Jr. of Fernandina Miss Rita Stephens of Tallahassee Next was the Junior Miss J. H. S by the Junior Class, won first

they believed on this particular'ten in the books according to their! Mrs. Cora Lee Sermans II I spent several days last week with ; Mrs. Wallace Deas of Jennings Contest which included sixth thru place with her Charleston numberand
subject. In 11 O>r. 5:10 the apostle |works. Yes the books. of the Billy,Jones .- : his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac I"" ,.Mrs. Winnie Martin of Twin eighth grades. It was won by Miss beauty. Brenda Butler, sponsored -
,, Paul assures us, that each indivi- i,Bible and that which will:a pear at Julia Mae Bristol (coL)' Shiver Sr. Lakes, Mrs. Wallace Bates of Raynell Burnett sixth grader by the FFA Chapter was first
the judgement'scene and you and cot) I The Jasper News. with Miriam Newsome
dual will be judged separate, therefore Annie Lee Strickland ( I Haines City and mother Mrs. Clarence sponsored by runner-up
it becomes necessary that I will be judged.thereby. Isn't this Mrs Mildred Patterson Mrs. Bert Zipperer spent a few Hill of Jasper all visited Mr. She also was presented a trophy by sponsored by the Beta Club as second
sufficient to htlp-uSto see the nec- days in Jacksonville last week with Truhrek.i runnerup.The .
each of us know why we believe RIley Waters ,I and Mrs. George Young Sr. over Mr.
what we believe, and the only way essity of finding::out for ourselves I Mrs. Nellie GranthamMrs. I her son-in-law and' daughter Lawrence : the weekend. I i Next the Miss J. H. S. girls ap- new queen was crowned by
in which this may be accomplished! what GooVwould have us to believe : Lillian Rhodes I I and Janis SeJph and children. I i peared, one at a time first in Miss Ruth DeVane Miss J.H.S. of
is ,by a study for ourselves of the and practice? It might help at this Alton McCullers 1,t She went to get a good peak at her Mr. and Mrs. Ralph* Cunningham street dresses, then in costume for 1962-63, and Mr. Truluck presentedher
point also to notice the words of Georgia Futch new grandson. their contest talent number. The with a beautiful trophy.It .
word of God. 2 Tim. 2:15 "Study to .attended the "Jeanie Auditions" at
V i i exhortation that ,the apostle Paul Jeff Johnson final entrance was in their evening was difficult job for the judges -
show thyself approved unto God", the Stephen Foster Memorial Sat-
I A covered dish heldat I
workman that needeth not to be gave to the elders of a Roger Bembry supper was urday afternoon. From there they dresses that brought "oohs and and the points were very close.
Burnham Christian Church on I II __
congregation of the Lords church at .
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( d
word Rosa Lee Simmons .
ashamed, rightly dividing the went to Gainesville to spend Saturday -,
Ephesus ,in Acts 202832. "Take. I Thursday night, with Mrs. Arthur ..
Mrs. Nettie Dees
of truth. night and Sunday with their
Depeu, missionary to Belgian Congo -
I heed therefore unto yourselves, and '
Man is, and always bas been to all the flock over which the holy James Black Zipperer I and Mrs. James Beach, Exec son and daughter-in-law, Richard
Jim !
subject to error, therefore when Ghost hath made you overseers, to Dwaine Chevalier I utive Secretary of the ChristianWomen's and dren.Ruthie Cunningham and chil-'' Quick as a Cat

something so important as our;feed the church of God which he Fellowship, of the Churches .
,, souls salvation is at stake, we)hath purchased with his own Wood.! -- ----- I of Georgia, being guest speak- I
Mrs. Elizabeth Kramer took her
should not be satisfied to take any- For this I know, that after my de- them. Therefore watch and remember -I ers. Mrs. Depeu spoke on the II I
one's word! but God's in religious '!parting( shall grievious wolves enter -" that by the speech; of j"Need of Missions." Mrs. Beach's .parents Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Haupt atI -Strong as a tiger! No 3-plow tractor outworks
on a sight-seeing trip Sunday -
matters. And! besides this, there in among you, not- sparing thei three years I ceased not to'warn talc was acquaint the people of I'I'I temoon. They went in Taylor and this MF 35':diesel with Multi-Power and Ferguson
were false teachers in the time of flock. Also ,of your own selves, every one night and day with tears. I the "Outreach" Commitment of the I Madison Counties. Mrs. Haupt
Christ and the apostles and certainly shall men,arise speaking Church. This was quite interest- forward
And now brethren, I commend you celebrated her seventy-second birth System! Now livelier than ever-with 12
there are among us today, those things, to draw away disciples after to God, and to the word of J his I ling and several' families enjoyed:
I day Sunday.
I grace which is able to build you up, i I this treat. speeds, shift on-thergo, and a new differential lockto

and give you an inheritance among 1 I I Brother E.. S. Rees of Dublin,, stop wheel spinning in slick going. Still the
life. I CHRISTIAN WOMEN'SFELLOWSHIP 'Georgia, preached at, Btfrnham'
all them that are sanctified.'! MEETS Church Sunday night February 17. world's best-selling tractor-by far. (No wonder:]
Mortgage : How beautiful and wonderful are I The Christian Women's Fellowship *
: the words which God has given to of Burnham Christian Church NEW ARRIVAL all the others "me-too it.) Have you tried the
little people take met with Mrs. Wallace Selph Fri-
and how
time us, out from very the routine of life to 1 day, February 15, at 3:00 p.m. with I proudly Mr. land announcing Mrs. Lamar the arrival Hill are of New MF 35?* Stop in today!If'

see 'what ,God has spoken to all Mrs. Shelph, President, in charge.
born 18
a baby daughter, February ,
MoneyNow '(man kind. Strange isn't it that even t An.interesting program on "c hrist- in Pineview General Hospital. The f' Your MASSEY-FERGUSON Dealer ,
though we know that his word will ian Churches on the Rim of Asia," I I II
little 1ady weighed 7 Ibs., 7% ounces I
few seek to find out led by Mrs. Anson Johnson.
1 judge us, so I
and has been named Lisa Ann.
1 what he has commanded us to At the conclusion of the program ALBRHTON BROS.
Mrs. Hill will be remembered as I'I
obey in order to receive eternal Mrs. Isaac Shiver took charge of '
the former Patricia Ann Kramer. 'I *
Tractor Company
The Hills have one other child. The
\ dtl BURCH eo fjytI/Yvr1b paternal grandparents are'Mr. and
In This Area! Live Oak FO 2-2381
I Mrs. Bid Hill The maternal grand- I
I T mother is Mrs Elizabeth Kramer.
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.Friday, FV&ruary ,.,!1963 ,, THE JASPER:$ NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA SEVENI'

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-- --' is-1 OB -JENNINsH'UTUEH Lo XALs:: I I past week end, visiting; his mother I f Mrs. Olein Page is giving a birtb

1 : .' r ARIF.S .' I Miss Jewel Wise elementary' R&s. Harbxjck;and sister Mrs., Simpson. day dinner Sunday for her'mother
Piihfif fini : : **** .
: / NEW principal of Mayo school was elect-I I 7 and daughter Mrs. J. .H-Mor nand
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I W. M. ROWE a Jen&ns :tWo
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r t i :E.:. i'CTN COUNTY JUDOK-S COURHA3IIIITON T IN THE COURT oi''iuE. W. 'M. dent by Ray Nell BurnettWe t two Business and ..Professional D>Y s. Catherine uxehoihe>' of Miami j.l ," :
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119O"; .of
COUNTY basket lunch. It will beheld
;r: '" COUNTTT; ;BXORI- ''Woman's CIutJ "' I are visiting here with Mrs. Clifford a
at tbe.distirQt *
DA ; Springs-died Feb. -14, in a that-Mrs
IN PROBATE hear, :Zfllfe Stephens I s (Aunt'Sissy Jenkins while shin Is at Mrs. Pages new home
IW'R.Jr. !!! Lake City hospital' __ ling at the Floridlaq HoWta Tal&hassee. .
J. TOOLE Deee 4. hs.rapidly recoyeringrfmm her'rVcent across J. W. .
the hospital. from! Kelly's."GAS
!. Rei Estate .t Survivors Florida, Sunday," _
NOTICE TO CREDITOR!!! are one daughter Mrs. operation. She is still in Pin
TO ALL CREDITORS. UEOATEES. BLANCHE FEARN SIDE. oeeeswed -I Miss Wise is well known in I
t DISTRIBUTEES AND PERSONS t IC J. Bird, Garland. Texas; two view Hospital. If you are in Val- here
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMAND TO ALL CREDITORS AND sons, Frank Rowe. Dallas Texas (Jasper and is the: sister of Mrs.;: I GAGS
; dosta. by and see her.
David and Mr. Wise. The !
# and each of you are herebynotified DEMANDS AGAINST SAID James Rowe, White Springs. One Jack Pearson wife and two
and required to fileany ESTATE: sister. Mrs Mamie Wilson Brooker counties that she will represnt will II II
claim and demands which you or I Florida. children, from Tennessee, spent the be Lafayette, Taylor, Leon, Jack- M It D t CtRrAla. t 4edTAOD(i fA D R 00 Rif*!Ss p MRMssa ppA.
either of you may have against the You and each of you are hereby weedend with Mr. Pearson's: grand- I
-tate of W. J. TOOLE. deceased late notified and required to present any Funeral services were held last mother Mrs. S. E. Pearson. Jack son and Gadsden. I nAVa rou?
of Hamilton County Florida to the I claims and demands which you or f ,
County Judge of said County, in his either of you. may have against theestate r Saturday 2:30 in the White Springs will be remembered by many ofthe I
Office at Courthouse at Jasper. of Blanche Fearnside. deceas Baptist Church. The pastor, Rev. I Mrs. Charlotte Johnson was over I
Florida, within six (I) months from late of said county is the County C. young: adults as he spent a year from Jacksonville her r I AS TWGV aao 4 T1tV '
the first publication of this notice j Jed. of Hamilton County Florida, E. Bailey officiated. with his aunt, Mrs. Minnie Shiver visiting 2? tgAtiptACttOt+Et'fil"
via: August 8. 19JS. All claims or his office in the court house of Pallbearers were. Paul HUlhouseJ. and attended Jennings School when I mother Mrs. Simpson in the hospi 1 lAti.D ; .
demands not will be said County at Jasper Florida, within
BO preeented taL Also Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gams
barred by limitations under the prorlelons six calendar months from the timeof J. B. Shaw, J. McAlpin.: Glover he was in the Second Grade. We I '.
of the Laws of Florida. the first publication of this notice. I'Dekgal. Damon Morgan, Roland consider him daughter Paula and grandson Lee, :
a Boy. t
Emma. Toole Administratrix Two copies of each claim or demand who have been in Deland
Feb 9, IS, 22, March I, pd shall be In writing, and shall state Cheshire. I want to thank everyone who : I .
;',. the place of residence and poet. office : Interment was in Riverside. Cem- helped m? to enter the Junior MissJ. made a hurried trip to Lake City to i
A. of the and 5
IN THE COUNTY.JUDGE'S ,shall be sworn to by claimant the claimant eteryT -' M d. m2 H. S. Contest It was through'+see their new grand son (Martin **]IfOW' Price 6.95 "NI
J ] Hackle then HT :
Terry ) to
ILTON COUNTY FLORIDA I his agent or attorneand accom- Harry T. Funeral Home was the efforts of the kind people who on Jasperto ]
!f partied by a filing fee of one dollar in her mother left immediately
IN PROBATE No. 1.318ha charge. see then -
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net .Estate ofR1Y9IOND I and such claim or demand not so helped me that I was awarded the PER CYLINDER SYcamore 2-3001
for Tampa where !
filed shall be old.I they are
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J, CAMP. D.s crown for which I am humbly
Ilah Fearnside High. to their home. CASH ON DELIVERYHOLLOWAY'S
L As administrator of the Es- thankful. It is that I
tate of Blanche Fearnside.
DEMANDS PERSONS HAVING AGAINST CLAIMS SAID OR I j I deceased. Mrs. Hattie Deas, 82, well known may conduct myself, in a manner Captain Lonnie (Billy) Bryan i I
ESTATE: 'I First publication February 22..'- 1963. and loved resident of Hamilton I worthy of the title. was home from Ft. Benning this I
Feb. 22. Mar. 1. 8, 15
YOU. and each of you. ARE County Mr. Lamar bees, Wife sba- .
HEREBY NOTIFIED AND REQUIRED passed away last Sunday
to present any claims: and demands -j{I Ii afternoon from a heart attack. ron and little son are visiting Mr. :

may have which against'you. JOT the either Estate of you.of j i IN THIRD CIRCUIT JUDICIALCIRCUIT COURT Survivors afe' four daughters: Dees parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Cor- planned, but because of predicted '

Raymond J. Camp. Deceased, late I OF FLORIDAIN Mrs. A. B. Tyre", Mrs. Kirby Wells' bett Dees. late spring and possible bad weather -I i I _: .

of Hon.Hamilton John H.County McCormick., Florida, County to the I t\l COUNTY.AND In FOR Chancery HAMILTON both of Jasper Mrs. Etha Harrell We hear that the Lamar Hills she will prolong her visit a few I "'.25'

Judge of 'Hamilton County County Live Oak Mrs. Robert Miller Coca have a new baby daughter. We I more weeks. I L o.J HOLLOWAV

Courthouse in Jasper. Hamilton ([ Mary Beverly plaJatlff. Florida. Three Corbett haven't yet learned the name.'Welcome 1---.. ---_ ___ ._..o.---a.-..
County Florida within six months Va. 'DI..rHV.ie sons, fleas little Miss Hill. We'll be ....----..&'io..7r..V'.7:_._-_-_-_-_-...:.:".'- .-..-.__-_..-V'r..V'.J.:"i- .. -_..-..:".' J. .A
from the dateof the first publicationof Beverly n.t..t.I Parke Deas both of Jasper and
this Notice. NOTICE OF SUIT Marion. Deas, Tampa. One sister looking for you and Todd Stephens
Each claim or demand must be in I|I IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF Smith to enter school in thefall of CAN YOU FIND IT IN THE BIBLE ?
writing and must state the placeof i OF* FLORIDA: Mrs. Mary Jane Watson Live I
residence and post office address of I I ToVANDIE BEVERLY. Route No. 3. Oak one half brother Jack

the by the claimant claimant and must his agent be sworn, or his to i|, Boston You Georgia are hereby. Defendant required: to Jasper, Two half sisters, Mrs.Vaughn Carl I 1969.The Jennings PTA met Monday THE BIBLE is the most widely read book in the world. Its ethical standards

attorney, or it will becomevoid take notice that a suit has been Gentry, Mrs. Kate Harris, both of night and heard County Superin- are the highest known. Through the centuries its religeous precepts

cording Each creditor to law. shall deliver ae-I I Court filed against of Hamilton you County in the, Floridaat Circuit Live Oak. 19 grandchildren, 16, tendent Harry T. Reid, speak on have appealed to the best instincts within man. Most of us have read it and
dent copies of his claim to enable "Present Situation" of
great grandchildren. j'
the County Judge> to mall one to Jasper Florida by Mary Beverly j respected its authority from childhood. How much do know about the
each personal representative.Dated I I in which a divorce is sought to be She was a faithful and devout I, the Hamilton County School Sys you
February 12, A. D. 1.C3. obtained You are by her further from required you. to file member of the New Hope Baptist i tem.. Mr. Reid is a good, speakerand BIBLE and what it really teaches> Check your knowledge by answering the
Raymond J. Jr.
John C. Camp. your answer to the Complaint in Church. his talks are always interest- following Then check with those below and with
CampAs I the office of the Clerk of said Court : questions: your answers
Executors of the Last and to serve a copy of same uponF. Funeral services were held Tues- ing and informative. More parents
Will and Testament of Ray should have been there your BIBLE. '
mond J Camp Deceased. B. Harrell. plaintiff attorney.at day afternoon 2 p.m. in the New to learn
First his Office in Jasper Florida, on some important facts about the yes noL
publication Feb Z% un 'or before Hope Baptist Church. The pastor.
Feb n, March 1. 8, 15. Z%. 1963 ;1963. otherwise.25th day a decree of .March.. pro confes-A. D.. : Rev. N. M. Powell, assisted by the schools. Was Christ:: born of a virgin? ..... .........................................- -

IIC "U will be. entered against! you. Rev. I. T. Carter officiated. We are all happy to know that I 2. Did Christ ever do anything wrong? ... .......... ...................... ___ ___
hand and seal :
my 3. Is Old Testament taw effect .......... .............
AND FOR HAMILTON of said Court on this the 18th day I: Mrs. Dorothy Smith Mrs. Kitty Mrs. Herman Harrell is recovering the of Moses Mill In ? -

In COUNTY Probate.FLORIDA of February., Thelma A. D.Lewi. 1963.. Clerk Beck, Mrs. Ester Carter, Mrs. Bar- from a recent burn.: ,\ ( ',, 4. Is there an absolute unchanging. standard of right and wrong: ? .......... --

IN RE: Estate of Sitting Circuit Court* of Hamilton of ney Newsome, Ray Burnettt, Foster It is good to 'see Mr. Glenn '., .ff. 5. Can a man be saved by his good works alone? ........................... -

MATTIE FINCHER CASSIDY. (SEAL County Florida Shepherd, Marvin O'Cain, ac- Nunn around town again. I 6;..Wili the good people of aD churches be saved? ........................... -

NOTICE OP FILING FINAL Deceased RETURNS Feb. 22. Mar 1, 8. 18, 1.%63 compained by Miss Barbara Pear- J. V. McCall Sr. and Mrs. Mc- 7. Does the Bible teach thai babies should be baptised? .................... -*-

AND OP PETITION FOR. DISCHARGE man sang two songs: Abide With Call are spending, some time at S 8. Is is necessary for a man to be baptized In order to be saved .......... -

NOTICE Is ADMINISTRATOR hereby given that, I NOTICENotice Me. and Whispering Hope Daytona Beach while Mr. McCall ."".-..t. 9. Is sprinkling taught In the New Testament? ............................ -. -

have filed my the final returns as Admlniatrator I Board of Is County hereby Commissioners given:! that the of Pallbearers were, Active: Lamar recovers from a recent:: illness. -,K n- 'ti ..10.: Does man have: the authority to revise and modify the original scriptures

FINCHER CASSIDY.of estate deceased of MATTIE and Hamilton County. Florida request Deas, Wilson Herring, BID Scaff, Mrs. Ada Rogers and children 'r; .- as time passes? ...:? ).i}.............................. -

that distribution I have also and filed my petition for bids SPECIFICATIONS for the following: Collis Bland M. J. Deas, Jr. Rod were visitors to Mrs. Rogers' parents '. 11. Are existing denominations branchesofth, .,OXE church" ? .............. _

that upon for the final 25th dischargeand day of One hydraulic dump body with 8 ney Deas. Elder and Mrs. L. M. DeVane :._ ,.., 12. Does the Bible teach that each person will'be individually Judged by an

March. 1983. I will apply to the Hon. tons Bids hoist for pump thesabove and frame. 'Sr., over the weekend. all wise God? ............................................ -
f John H. McCormick. to be fled lathe Honorary: W. W. Bradshaw, 'I
of Hamilton County.County Florida Judge for office of the Clerk of the Circuit Have you noticed Mrs. Huldah 13. Does the Bible teach that everyone will spend eternity either in heaven

approval of said final returns and Court March Jasper 5, "3 Florida at 10.00, on a-m.or before Said Kayo McGhin, Dallas Hammond Gay's new car? It is nice. Mrs. or bell? ................................................... -

for final an discharge order of distribution and for bids will be opened on March 5.. 1963 Jessie Tyre, Elwood Howard, Collis Ruby Nell Bradshaw also has a 14. Will men have a second chance after death? ............................. _
as Administrator .
said estate. at 10:00 a.m. i Bland, Verner Bland, Luther Grin-I x
Thin February 18th. 1963. reject The Board reserves the right to I er, .John Hall Deas Jr., Edwin new car. Jesos" Christ, our divine savior has declared, "An authority has been given me In heaven
M.of B. BROWN, Administrator I any Board or all of bids.County' Commissioners Smith.,Alex Smith. R. J. Murphy. I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones are en- and on earth." .Tfce NEW TESTAMENT is the revelation of Hi* will for men. To those who obey
estate of Mattie Fincher joying visit from their
Cassidy. Florida., Hamilton County Aubrey Fowler. Walter Prather. a grandchildren Him. He promises freedom from the guilt of sin., help and .Knldanc through life and an eternal

k Feb. 22. Mar 1, 8. 15x1963.: by Thelma Lewis. Clerk Rev, John Dicks Lewis Tyree, Ros while their daughter, Peggy, home with Him In heaven. Why not enter unto a' "m meaningful personal relationship with God's
is in the hospital. Mrs. Minnie
sie Tyree, Kirby Sandll Jim own Son, learn Ills win and walk wholeheartedly In his way?
i Lewis, Earl Deas, Sump Smith, H. Hinegardner is helping them with
I' CLASSIFIED ADS!DV Willis, Decar Scaff. J. D, Las- the children. Mrs. Jones is one of Answers to, "CAN YOU FIND IT IN THE BIBLE?"

siter, J. T. Bland Claude Home the County Nurses:.: The Joneses .1.:,Y1 S.* Matthew:-1:1853. 7. No.In every example the ospel,was preach-

FUR SALE OR RENT Wonder FOR SALE Baby bed and mat Leon Scaff, Jim Scaff Walter Har bought the Dempsey place and are 2'NO 1 Peter 2:22; Hebrews 4:15. ed first. The good people Jbe&evedV' and were

Bar Also Shallow well and Deep tress, high chair, stroller, playpen rell. J.'V.: McCall Claborn Bland, really making a park of the farm. 3. No. Ephesians 2:15; Collossians 2:14. baptized. Babies are notcapable of believing. ,

well pump. Wonder Bar, Jasper' I I baby rocker, baby vanity. Will Wallace jSeJph, Bryant Herring, Mrs. J. A. Stephens visited Mr. We are now living under the regulations of the There are no examples of infant baptism In

Florida m15p sell separately or together. I Ben Batesf-(' Eugene Bland, R. A. and Mrs. Horton at Valdosta last new covenant or testament. While the old testathe new testament.

I I CaD SY 2-3942 ItcI Knowles, Marvin O'Cain, Charlie Sunday.. ment still provides inspiration and instructions. 8.'Yes John 35; Mark 16:15-16; Acts 2:38.it .

FOB RENT Furnished Apt. Rhoden, Russell Rhoden, Harry T. Mrs. George Young has had a does not tell us what to do to be saved.. 9. No. Always immersion not sprinkling. Acts

Phone SY2-3771 or SY2-6791 tfcj I I I I HOUSE FOR SALE In Jasper, In Reid, Hubert Burnett, Roscoe Ben- "bout" 'with a severe cold for the 4. Yes, Matthew 7:24-27; 2 John 9. Christ and 8:31fRom.6:3-5.

I I good location near hospital suitable -,nett, Addle Smith, Daniel Smith S. past few days. his ethical teaching are the same yesterday, 10. No. Galations 1:6-9; Jude 3; Rev. 22:18-13

FARM WANTED Have custo-I for two apartments. $7,000. M. fleas Alex Mathis, A. L. Mathis The papers tell of Asian Flu epidemics today, and forever. Heb. 13:8 ll.No.. John 1516. Men are the branches,

mer with. $10,000 cash, wants I 1 I Call W., L. Bryan SY2-2985 or Horace Royal?, Barney Newsome over the country. So far, 5. No. Ephesians 2:8-9; Acts 10; Acts 11:14 NOT Churches, Christ's ONE church Matt 16r

farm land in Hamilton County.;:i'Robert) Jert, SY2633L Reg. Real ,'James Frankin Deas, Paul Tyre, we have been lucky-if luck is the 6. No. Matthew 72127. Only those whd :are 1.. 18.

O lV,' L. Bryan. 3YM9i5 or1:Estate Brokers. Othop property [Jim Nunn, Dan Mcf fin, Jack Mc word It hasn't hit Jennings yet memfiers of CHRIST'S church The new te ta. 12. Yes .Hebrolva 10:30.2L

Robert EHert, SY2-6331, Registered also available. tfc'''Ghin, Harold Parady R. M. Bush, Mrs. Essie M Call wrote from meat speaks of only one church or kingdom, 13. Yes' Matt. 25:31-46; Rev. 21. .

Real Estate Brokers. tfc i Derwood Dempsey F. B. Harrell, Hawthorne that she will not be at 4 the one that belongs to Christ Eph. 5:23. 14. No. Hebrews 9:27. .
80 ACRES FOR SALE with .6 of to- I' James Smith, Dr. J. R. Bruce home by February. 20 as she,hail-., ;.,."'-.. """ ....""" .._.,.--.6'.. .Vw.v... ",....:"_' -... .. -v. .v --r ",...... ----
REPAIRS-We repair all types j I bacco. In Suwannee County. On- Bryant Deas, R. M. Deas, Charlie, .. :1 - ---------

TV and radios, also small appliances ly $75 per acre. Call W. L. Bryan, Deas, Wallace Deas, G. E. Whee-
Manning Radio Service,I j I SY2-2385, or Robert Ehlert SY2- ler.

Jasper. SY 24421. tfe.I '6331 Reg. Real Estate Brokers, for Cem-
'information. I' Interment was in New Hope .

FARMS WANTED IF YOU tfc' etery. Harry T. Reid Funeral ... .

'would like to sell your farm SEVERAL USED REFR1GERA- 'Home was in charge.Senior Sa ,..: ..
j[ *** **.J .
see us. We have calls for farms TORS-Best of condition. Priced -

J every week.W. L. Bryan, Reg. to selL Mannings Radio Service Chatter ..
Real Estate Broker. Phone SY Jasper. Phone SY 2441 tfc. I "' : : :

2-2985 or SY 2-6331 I t Jennings Hiby I S .. S-S

NEEDED I II Serious t? ""If ,
Georgia Plate Glass Co. VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY > -I [
.Store Front I I in Lire Oak Florida for all ;your'f Thanks to everyone who helped : 1-. '. .. S .

.Mirrors Resilvered. musical needs from organs and I make our Miss J.H.S. a success. "(".. 4 .h.,
Tab Enclosures Showers I pianos to records and record play- Congratulations to Sharon, -, '

I 215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-52S5 I 's tie i Brenda and Miriam. .

VALDOSTA We are proud of Eddiefs plac- '.

f I Don't Fret-Call Sweat! 'U '
SEPTIC TANK and Drain Field Susan.Ruth ,
Cleaning. J. W. Darby, call after Sweat's Radiator Service I DeVane and her committee c -

6 p.m. :M15p 35 Years in Radiator Business In did a wonderful job with the '" -' ct
show. excellent as M.C. -
Valdosta Radiators Cleaned. Jerry was '
HOUSE FOR SALE in Jasper: 3 Recored Repaired Chuck Ben and C.W. really '

bedrooms, near downtown, $7500. Can Trucks, Tractors know how to get money. .
Let us show you this one, only one Work Guaranteed We art proud of Eddit's plac- 1
of several listed with Robert Ehlert SHwy 4L in the contest. ,, :; .- (
I I ; VALDOSTA. CH2- OC7 ing speech '. ,
l 1 SY2-6331, or with W. L. Bryan SY2- Jackie and Wayne are always .; : ':
i, 2985, Registered Real Estate Brokers TURKEY{ SHOOT-Saturday Feb waiting ': .
23 at Shiver Service Station "" -" '; it cf .L'. \ :
tfc. in Syl wishes that he could find a : --- ." ..
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Jennings at 2 p.m. itp .-0- ., t ,r-:.(::._ "'" [
gold mine. .,. 'V. ".......,. .. ,; f. -
FARMERSIt GARAGE BUILDING AND large i'i i Roger really did a good job' ..*:....-: h -- J.l SiJ ; j ....

takes money to make ot in Jasper for sale. $7500. CaB last Saturday night. I'. < flbAS -'
1, I I' S. M. photographer was on the v) #A f
Robert !
money. See Ehlert. SY 2-6331 '
your cooperative or W. L j | .
1 PCA for a farmer-planned loan. Bryan SY 2-2985, Reg. Real Estate job Thursday night. ,s ; 0' ,' --
Terms up to 7 years. See North I Brokers. I I Mike helped to decorate the 't. tirtV36& ',:1? ,

Florida Production Credit Assoc stage for the show. Betty Gear and ;

I iation. South Ohio Avenue Live OOD USED TV-Installed for her committee planned the decora .....: ::,i, : > .. _.,.. -J'

Oak. Florida, Telephone 362-2588 $100 and up. Mannings Radio I tions.Edna -; ;

f Service SY :2-4421 Jasper tic and Lynette worked 1n to NO more dishwashinglDon't >
I the concession, and Linda operated :
FOR SALE Good Modern Home

l. and 2 acres on paved road near FOR RENT Furnished apt. I the record player. '., .
Judy did typing and helped fold :.::'.: '-:-
Jasper. Deep well .screened porch. Inquire at Jasper News Office tic ,.(.. be,a,dfehwasharf Buy eneO)
are proud of our !I;,\t
1 $2500 down. See W. L. Bryan SY2- programs-we S tt'k Here few good
class.More later.MA. ; ,are a reasons why every woman wants one.

2985 or Robert Ehlert SY2-6331, HELP WANTED WHson's Auto ,3AYK 1WE-No washing missing; or drying by hend .cuts dishwlshing time In half. -
Reg. Real Estate Brokers. tic Parts 1Y Plf>!dI
'I needs hard
salesmen. working outside .. WANTED for permanent SAVES HAND-No rough, red hands..no arguments about who wilt do the dishes.
OPPORTUNITY for $97.50 Territories in South employment at The Jasper News.
i week roan. Age open 25 to 59. Also per :' Ga and North Florida. For Information Must have high school education; .MAKES ENTHTAN6 RM I -Join the party with no care about gett; i the dishes,done.: ._

," have opening for semi-retired man. write Box 655, Live Oak be able to learn all phases of printing YOUR MEDALLION 1i0 L.RA11ifffIL- Dishes get realty.dean sterilized in water hotter than hand,can stand.

' .' Would consider lady 40 to 60.) ) Florida by March 10. MBc and Linotype, and know correct desi n.d far full VIe of Add a,> spout, too.Yot/M have the perfect pair-for.after dinner deervups.HouMpowar '
English and Apply In ,
. Route Sales. For personal interview USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR punctuation. ; .hark -
l j' in your community write J. Sate: Coed ceadttiea. $40. ant person only lip

: .of H. :McGarity P. O. Box 627, WiUiston $50. Ms-as-Is-15 RaU \Mrhi9
J. Florida. 19mc l Jaser Ifs.t ,. WANTED TO Buy approximately u.hIf r Uain : 7N 7 i l iy5 IIk.f ,
700 feet of irrigation pipe. Call the

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ITS MORE IItmUU wrR .MMrrjMIIM..J aa. .... Inlnur '

I WANTED Spike Tooth drag t ..f-o ',Io...
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, Harrow. Must be in good con Ltion. _
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