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: March 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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Fashion Show 1.Florida Power Red Cross Drive TONITE!r Revival Services At Rabid Raccons In I NFJC To eEvaluated

Sponsored ?By Notes Growth In Next: Week The Men's Fashion Show sponsored Bright Pond North FloridaState I I ,

Florida Nurses j i t: Annual Report J I County Drive Chairmen Barney per wil by.be the held Woman's tonne dub(Friday of Jas-) at Baptist ChurchThe Board of Health Officals today On March 31 and April 1, 2. 3,

i ': Burnham asks all county residentsto the High School;; Auditorium at 8 Rev. Herbert Wright from said a wave of rabid raccons North Florida Junior College is
The Eight'Annual Fashion Show, "Constructive Progress" was the be on the lookout for the Iced p.m. fl.s' the Calvary Baptist Church of St. had moved up Florida since 1960 is I to be evaluated for accreditation bya

,, sponsored by District No. 16, Fla 'keynote of Florida Power Corporation's !Cross representatives who will visit We understand a beautiful ballet Petersburg, will be preaching each now centered in the northern part team! of college experts. The

1 Nurses J ssodatkra wiiybeJield' in. annual report ta)stockholders i them one.t day next week. He'an ti.'Kareir McGhin and possibly. night Monday- through, Saturday: ..ot the peninsulaand ieiginning. I chair of the visiting committee is
the Columbia High School Auditorium for 1962 released by G. F Foley nounced today that sometime to edge into Georgia.
other dances will be during? the March 25-30 at 7:30 p m. and on I Dr. Wayland Moody, President
.! April 5. 1963. Donations are senior vice president :secretary 'during the week March 25 to 30, evening. Everyone come and en- Sunday Morning. March 31, at r Dr. James B. Nichols, director of II San' Antonio College, Texas. Others

75c adults, 50c Students and 25c I and treasurer. I II nearly every; citizen will be solicit joy an evening of fun and laughter. Bright Pond Baptist Church just .the board's Division of Veterinary who will serve include Dr. S. T.Keirn .
children. I IAH I According to the report ,the State ed for a membership donation to Tickets are 75c,and 35c. west of Jasper.We Public Health said the situation Dean of Arts and Sciences
models hard at work in of Florida and Florida Power Corporation the Red Cross. could
are -I are expecting an unusual revival spread to the panhandle; and'Arlington State College, Arlington,
preparation for: their appearance continued to grow in 1962 "If yoi -are missed next week" for Brother Wright is an also could spread to foxes. Texas, and Dr Ralph K. Tyson
In t. A Young Girls Dream: theme 'at"-a pace well above the national I said Barney "w'' will still apprecIate To Discount! Low unusual preacher preaching the "One way of preventing spreadto Dean of Students Georgia Southern

of this years show. average, hut at a slower rate than your contribution. Just mail I. Tobacco word of God with power. Everyoneis humans or domestic animals- College, Statesboro, Ga.
Models will b& nurses and 'their during 1955-59. 'Gross revenues 'It or bring It to me; at Jasper or Quality invited and urged to attend. Also especially dogs and cats-is to This committee will arrive on the
1 children. Fashions torte modeled ,were 8.5; ,percent: .higher.than in to your local representative//' we will have dinner on the groundon have every pet vaccinated against
include format"casual: 'ports"'andsleeping 1961 after taking into account aj I 'I1ie list of focal workers" Is printed I Says U. S;: D.A. Sunday March 31st. rabies," he said. 'Farm families North Florida Junior March College 31, and meet cam-
attire. Eagle's Department 3.5 million voluntary reduction in below: .e should be especially concerned pus on Sunday,
Store will provide the fashions revenues as a result of the rate t The U. S. Department: of Agriculture Local authorities should also make with the entire faculty in the Student -
'i' ':. .for the show. Door-prizes will' reduction that went into effect last 'AT JASPER Mrs.. Nell'Rhoden. announced today, foDowing' discussion i I "Old Folks" To every effort to have stray cats and Center at 7:30: p.m. where
Mrs. Eugene Williams. Miss Virginia -; suttation with Con- for the next three days will
be awarded. May 1. FPC's customers Increased and :O dogs rounded up. plans
i y Vickefy :Miss'N' U Dodge, leaders from tobacco- Take On White be discussed.The .
bv 12.023 compared 10,722 in gressional I A meeting was held recently at
Turpentine ; 196t and 19,806,in 1960. Mrs. Sally Sapp- Mrs.BUI Sapp;! producing: States"' that low quality' the board attended by health department North Florida Junior College
Is Miss
MargareYpegisteriMrs. Billy} Springs
I| The company spent an average of tobacco win be sharply discounted. representatives from 15 faculty: has been working toward
Burch Mrs Alice Jones Mrs.
more than $100,000 a day for Dew 'Grade standards and price supports I 'upped Florida counties, the Game accreditation since its inaugurationand
i Income Increaser, construction during the year. According :Blanche Genrtght, :Jfrs. Jewell now in the process of revision Surely you have heard of the and Fresh Water Fish Commissionand has undergone extensive self-

to the report FPC will Southall, Mrs. Guy McGhn, Mrs. J will reflect quality according to I Harlem Globetrotters, but have representatives of the state of study during the past three years.
Says Forester spend more than $38,000,000 for new Wilene Drury, Mrs.'Bertha Daniels, {present market standards and con you heard about the White Springs Georgia. The situation was discus-
,Mrs, Jessie Cumbess, Mrs Cecil *'Stay-at Homers? Parents and
.f Turpentine can Increase the In- constructoin during the 1963 ,to stay ;, Eatmon Fletcher I sumer preferences 'Tobacco inr the sed and the general opinion was
Mrs. Jeanette teachers and friends of the White
from pine 'woodland as much ahead''bf Its ,customer demands i, j lower 'grades will' be supported at that inoculation of all pets especially cases have been reported in Fleri-
come Mrs.
Scan and Mrs. Flora
Margaret Springs High School students have
50 Farm for power. ) I a low price leveL I I cats and dogs .would be best approach ida since 1948 but last year 419
III as percent, according to -
Yates. Billy Burch will conducta formed basketball teams and they
k Forester: Wyman Garland and In the, report' FPC president W. Business Men's Campaign USDA noted it is essential that 1,I have challenged the high schoolboys at this time. Rabies inacula- doses of anti-rabies vaccine was

1 more Florida timberland owners J. dapp said that 1962's_ peak,JENNINGS: I"the fine quality reputation American and girls teams to a game on tion should be given each year distributed for humans bitten by
are proving it to their satisfaction. hour load was, 960.000 kilowatts tobacco has;earned be main Dr. Nichols warned citizens to animals This was to safeguard
Mrs. Herman Harrell, Mrs. Ray the 29th of March at the high; school
Most recent state,wide ''figUres and represented the largest numerical i Roebuck I It I tained. Otherwise, tobacco producers I gym inr White Springs at 7:30. avoid all wild animals which appear against development of the disease
year to year increase ever ex- will pot be able to meet competition which because it does develop death
i show that 752,047 additional 'faces'were |WHITE SPRINGS Mrs. Virginia They may not, out-play them, but tame, 01, belligerent or once
perienced. It occurred: in the rec-t }I which is Increasing every I I'I I for human animaL
cut in Florida during a sin- I WHITE SPRINGS:, Mrs. Pauline they hope to outsmart them and act strangely. No human rabies is certain or
gle year, .a 22 per cent increase. ord breaking cold wave last Decem 'I year, particularly from Rhodesiaand I cRed -
McKinnon, Mrs. Paul Hillhouse: I show them there is life in the ole ,
This means extra dollars for tree ber. I!Jasper Colored: Mamie Dickson,I Canada. I II girl and ole man yet. It should be
farmers, and it'suggests' a reversalin Clapp said, "The more measured Bernice Jackson Barbara A. Jack- The Department emphasized that I I a lot of fun and you are urged to I II Cross On 100th BirthdayThis I I
a long trend which showed generally pace in 1962 provided a welcome ,isoru !quality tobacco ll be supported come and see who will win. !

it L a decline in Florida naval time for the company to put into White Springs, Colored Pauline at a strong price and* poor tobacco There wfll be cake, raffles, all year, a world-wide volunteer army of mercy observes its
stores production. effect some' )long range plans to'I Anderson .l j at a tow: price.'n.urged farmers to kinds of good food at the concession 100th anniversary. It was in Geneva Switzerland in 1863 that the

Unfortunately every: tree can't strengthen our system and improve Jasper White Schools: Mrs. Margar use approved varieties and follow stand ,and even a twist contest between Red Cross movement began.In .
quality. Only slash and longleaf our,service. Increased'WOI"k effici- f et :Scaff, Jim Coe. I I sound cultural practices and noted i I first and second game. the past century, the red cross on a field of white has silenced

pines are suitable pine gum producers ency is being encouraged and sup- Jasper Colored School, James Jen- that the farmer who ,tries to produce Right Down My Ally" Allison guns in a multitude of battles. By international treaty, the Geneva
L and no tree less than nine plemented by increased automationand ings I a big crop and gets poor quali who sometimes is found in th* Conventions, this neutral symbol shelters wounded and ill combatants,
t inches in diameter should be worked mechanization in office and accounting Jennings White School Billy Blah- ity will find his income, is cut sharply principals'office will be the referee, I those caring'for them, those taken prisoner, and those whose homelands

for commercial gum production. procedures as well as in Jennings Colored School: Professor next summer. 'Milly Young, everyone's favorite have been occupied by enemy forces.In .

It's the "face" the bared cut distribution and transmission.. The i SmalL j The announcement urged farmers teacher, will be one of the cheer- pease, it is the universal symbol around which we rally to aid
near the base of ,the pine-below company is -in a good ,position to I White' Springs White Schoools: Mrs to pay special attention to leaders; and among the players and comfort the victims of earthquakes floods, storms, and other natural

which ,A cup is attached .and from handle 'the ''continuing; growth and I Virginia Daniels. cultural practices that have an im- .will be seen those beautiful sisters, disasters.
which the raw gum is collected.In expansion and to obtain outside White Springs Colored School E. portant effect on the quality of tobacco -'.. "Legs" Williams, and "Oh, Those Today there are some 90( Red Cross, Red Crescent (in Moslem
Hamilton County during 1962an money"for the growth at reasonablerates. W. Graham. : 'i Eyes" Beauchamp and all the countries) and Red Lion andSun (in Iran) societies. They have a totalof

estimated 300,000 faces were in 1. Improper use.:of fertilizer "ham"-sorest men in town. more than 157,000,000 members. That is quite an army. It averagesout
Approximate total vol. The report shpwed.,th&t Florida, I to Red,Cross member for.about 2Q.pe 3s
,.wup production. :; -* "- 2. ExcessiveSiKT&ation-: .- I The evening will be forfunbut ,one every !
:' time for the county,was ,CXJOO barrels ->Power, c7or poratwnpaid $18.295,713 .e a an a YI 3. Close spacing of plants also for the benefit of the White We belong to this non-political, nonideological) nonseeiarian army
} t valued at about $168,000 or I in federal, state and local taxes during tobacco. I PTA and High School Athe- of mercy through our American Red Cross. Our local branch is the
4. Harvesting immature Springs
($28 annual income from 50 faces.) | 1962 a figure .that was 18 Make ExtraPayments Hamilton County Chapter.
5. Use of chemicals to control I letic Fund. Come on out the pricesare
,;, Leading producer in the state percent higher than net income. I I suckers. I reasonable .and benefit your-I Although charged by Congress with specific responsibilities (to
was Flagler County followed close-i Without self and us by having a good laugh. aid members of our armed forces and disaster victims), our Red Cross
ly by St. Johns. Okaloosa County o i Sing At Church ofGod I Any or all of these cultural pract- relies solely \uponloyr> voluntary support. Through it. we keep the world
Forresters expect that 157,000 new,! PenaltyVeterans ices when improperly followed wide Red Cross strong with contributions of our money, time and
trees will be chipped for production Every 4th harm the tobacco. Particular care Revised Tobacco talents. ...
during 1963 with GI loans can make must be used the announcement This March ,again proclaimed Red Cross Month by the President of

The long range outlook for gum Friday Night extra payments to their mortgage emphasized ,in applying chemicalsfor Grades To Affect the United States, is the time for us to reaffirm our belief in it's alms.

products is good. By 1970 a demand I holders at any time, or they may sucker control. Using the theme "Always There With YOUR Help," our chap.
increase five percent for gum and There will be a community singat payoff their entire loans without Secretary of Agriculture OrvilleL. 63 Crop Supports I II ter is asking for the funds neeed to help carry out local, national and
17 percent for turpentine is predicted the Jasper Church of,God tonite. any penalty charge. Freeman, commenting on the ntemational Red Cross programsLet

by the U. S. Department of Ag- Friday March 22 7:30 p.m. All j The minimum extra payment a announcement, said MH30s\ only I Proposed revisions of the Official I I us take! this opportunity to assure that, whenever or whatever -
riculture. Steam distilled wood special singers are invited to come i veteran may make on his GI home one of a number of factors that Standards for Grades for FlueCured it is needed, the Red Cross will be there.'
i t rosin, obtained from old growth prepared to sing. loan is the amount of one monthlyi affect the quality of tobaco. Use of Tobacco would result in a revision -..,;;.,.

is expected to increase as the supply There will also be group singingfor i payment ,or $100, whichever is MH-30 win be treated like other of price-support loan rates I I '

--... of stumps dimishes. This all to join in. Come enjoy an less, Kenneth Daniels, County Ser- factors that affect quality.If for the 1963 crop according to '

should cause a heavy increase in evening of singing with us. :vice Officer, pointed out. MH-30 adversely affects U. S. Emery Williams Chairman, Agricultural !J. 'THIS

gum demand from living trees. I I I I I Should the veteran later become revised grades for the tobacco it Stablization and Conservation ::n 7"l '
If Much gum production is done on JASPER GARDEN CLUB hard pressed for money they added wiD automatically discount itself by State Committee. "' ;;t .'
a lease-cup basis, with producers MEETS FRIDAYThe the xerta payments already a lower support price. The grade of The proposed grades would close- : ;C '*. PIECE OF
\' preferring to close leases by midwinter I,I Jasper Garden Club will made may-if the lender agrees be 1 tobacco and the resulting price ly reflect the current market standards y.: n!

in order to get cups up be- meet at the Florida Power Loungeon reapplied to regular payments in support level will depend on the of usability and desirability, ...; CLOTHSILENCED /.
fore the gum flow starts in the Friday at 3:30. Mrs. O. C. Rat-I order to prevent the loan from going quality of the tobacco a farmer and they would do a better job than t J

spring. liff has charge f the program. into default. markets. The Secretary emphasized the current grades in distinguishing

1 that responsibility to produce I between desirable less desirable, .c ,
-- quality tobacco rests with each far I'and undesirable tobacco. .' ,
from the/ '
Comment Capital mer. 1 1I I The price-support rates for the 1000q

1963 crop would be revised accordingly le .

1'1 STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT AUTOMATIONby : I Benefits of Feed 1'i iI \the chairman said value, to be-reflect GUNS '
Van Neff the differences on

J I I Grain Program tween the revised grades. Support 'o
prices ,he declared should reflect I
i Think of the changes in the methods and welfare handouts every woman between 18 and the true value of the tobacco, re- '
way we live since the turn of T The answer is nol! 30 in this country to handle ListedGrowers gardless of the factors which may
the century. Wonder drugs Automation was new in this the 90 billion calls we makea
I save and prolong life. Jets country in 1784 when a con year. who participate in the:I I cause a reduction in quality.
circle the earth ia 65 hours tinuons- flour min was Practices which in recent years
Most of us are too quick to 1963 feed grain program will have
I astronauts in a little less than invented by Oliver' Evans. It count the jobs lost when auto.. four definite advantages over growers I II ![have caused a decline in quality .
90 minutes. Electronic teachers was new in 1788 when James nation arrives. We forget the i,have included over-fertilization or s
who elect not to
parttipate according -
help children learn. Almost Watt made a flyball governorto new jobs created. Automation I i improper fertilization, close spacing :1I :-
Any civilized point on the regulate the steam from his builds new equipment and to M. T Miller. Chairman : of plant .excessive irrigation "
globe is just -a telephone call engine. Had there been labor maintains it. It creates new I Agricultural Stablization and Con-j I I l|topping plant too high chemical
away. Climate can be con unions when the wheel was markets through lower costs sevation County Committee. I
sucker' control, harvesting immature
trolled with air conditionersand invented I suppose thry'wouldhave and prices.Automation. These advantages he described: l -
humidifiers. objected. The only thing is just another I I tobacco and poor sorting and
Is this bad? A lot of people new: about automation today as: [grading on the farm The bad practices -
word for Economists will be available !
progress. 1. Price support
seem to think so. Pick up an is its name. I have been adopted because
f rticle about new machineryand Do you know who has been have again proven that most over of our and unem over for the participating grower's 1963 many farmers have been trying to
__ k production methods Host building:the largest computerand ployment comes from individ production of corn grain sorghum I produce quantity rather than quali
of them never fail to mention not and barley. I
F the number of people forced uals mismanaging and money; 2. A substantial income form the ty.Department
from quicker
) newer waysof of Agriculture officials
out of jobs by advancing: w acres diverted is assured
technology.: One Gallup poll doing things. point out that growers have
million Americans less of flood regard-I
showed that people feared 27.5 were' drought much at stake in deciding on the
1' automation, just a little less employed in 1900. Today wa or crop disease. practices to follow in planting tending
than Russia. can produce that 1900 national 3. The price-support payment on 1 i
and sorting I
Labor leaders teaching for income with only 11 million the established yield of the planted I .harvesting I
Growers returns f
Our 1963 tobacco
another cold beer from workers. population crop. (
a increased 140?;&. We have acreage is also assured. I from their 1963 crop-and the ;
gleaming refrigerator, blame 4. An advance payment of partof Almost a hundred years ago a doctor wear-
automation for the unemploy many more people to support. future direction of the domestic and
Red Cross armband stepped on a I
at the Ing a
rate of 5 union 71 million people are em- the diversion payment and of the
sent %Many export markets. price-
moved between
As he
of win be made at battlefield in Europe. I
The cent
contracts place job security ployed today. per participant request the
in large measure on
over wage demands.The union people actually working: now the-time of signing up or as soon depending the fines caring for the wounded the guns ;.
leader forgets that automation has increased from 36% in as possible after that time.A decisions growers make regarding of both armies fell silent. From that moment
changed his old icebox into how lone its bees to the 1900 to 39% in 1962. Yet, the participating in the. these practices. on the Red Cross has been a respected
t the new mechanical refriger building process! The tele- average work week has decreased grower Chairman i Growers are urged to follow carefully symbol of mercy for all men.
ator. Only automation wad phone companies. They introduced from 53 hours to under feed grain program .the the cultural practices recommended
and doctors
_ called technology:: in the icebox the dial phone back in 40.Only. explained, reduced his acreage of, by research and extension Today Red Cross nurses are
days 1920. About 96"of their S9 selfish men with puny corn, grain sorghum and barley by tobacco specialists and by the Coon still bringing relief to people suffering from
Automation is &e effort to million phones are dial oper- minds will think, they can at least 20 percent of his' farm's: disaster disease and war. In order to continue I '
reduce human drudgery by ated today.In halt the march: of progress feed grain base acreage and devotes -: ty this vital work the American Red
machines and-to get the most 1990 a cross country eaU and invention. Such resistance this diverted acreage to a con Cross must turn to you for support. DoR'tlet
out bf money invested in DeWlants east &&5Q. Today it'* $fl..S., to better ways of doing serving use. 1iI It down! .
and new machinery Without automation,;maay jof things may delay and handicap to take "
individual initiative and investment us would not be able to afford our national progress and The first step necessary ,
is what brings us'aU phones today; let alese make our competitive position in the part in the program. however is ,1iIih Always there .
the boons of modern life Doer caBs. If .the teleptaee com- western world; but progress signing 'an fatenlion-to-participate .iIWI +
it make sense to juak thi perry had not .U: r will not be stopped and we form* at.the .ASS County Office. .:" wm your helpc )
system in favor of featherbedding automatic awi tD the'setlr would aU be wise to recognize .. The sigyttip periods extends through .
reatrictieB, ,obsolete UIO' it would take Wa tact | March\ 22. 8'.i' '_ I r


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t PAGE TWO -, ,; ; ,' .\.. ..y.f-;: j !, i J THE JASPER: ,. ,NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA Friday, March 22: 1963

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I j1ctu 'i ,- for a farmer.to profit from farming Conservation i Public Health ::'SHbRTHAND NOTEBOOKS, two kind* 9**..
,4 interested
a p .t unless;.her;i* enoughto -. -
11 ,, :: r .....t ., J ,tesi i 't his.soil, 'and see 'Service'S' I" .Y ,JASPER NgW s ... : '" ; 10 ,,:'
j n rtiPublished. ) Every Friday ..4" <. _.." just" Avhat chemicals are lacking (: : : j} Nurses Has

Second.Class: Postage Paid at' Jasper Florida"? ::: and 'then supply 'those needed PAUL H! WEBER lOomserratloatst |t.t Monthly Meeting\ 'St '
Subscriptions Strictly In Advance (...' chemicals1.; It's"hard for a child to ., t j ,
1" -: t
$3.00 gain a college education :unless Seventeen ieferals have been received The Public Health Nurses ;.
in Hamilton County $4.00 f Count of s
( _Outsidejo: } that child desires said degree to from the ASCS County Com-'! North Central ,Florida held their

Cards of Thanks . .. 11 $1.00 Minununi'Telephone the point of exerting the needed mittee for ponds, dikes and drain- 'i j regular monthly meeting Wednes- Gtw Ot?

,I..I.;' SYcamore 2-6331 f ,. energy to attain such. Likewise it's age -ditches. One fthese a small I dayM arch 6. 1963 In the Armory in.
) Mr. hard to understand,the Bible unless stock water pond for J. J. Crews, Fla.I .
\ and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers Live Oak
i one really .desires to know what has been finshed'except for spreading Dorothy Connofly. Bess Jones, local I Ch
I' God would have him to do. This the excavated material and I public health nurses attended i iI a ance
.4) You Really! Want To Be ,Saved?
'knowledge cannot be attained by seeding to grass.: An irrigation res- from this area. i
taking someones advice, we must servior dug for Jack Vinson is also I I The speaker for this occasion was 1 1I
i Almost without exception the learning enough to understand' that ;study for ourselves and then'make finished except for about two hours ',Dr. James E. Fulghum M. D. of NOW!
answer to this question will be a hell is 'so terrible that God's son '|needed application to our lives. 2 work on the dam. It was too wet I I Florida State Board of Health Dr.

quick yes! However, Christ has had to die as he did ,to save man {[Tim. 2:15. to finish.A i I Fu> hum gave a very interestingtalk
said" By their fruits ye shall krow'th '-0- it. and that' punishment In the passages noticed in Eph. drainage ditch was dug for Mrs on Cancer and illustrated with

m" Mat 7:20, Al :o he remarkedin is the lake offire",-eternal-:a''5:15-18, it is pointed out that those Betsy. Zant and a pond excavated j i I slides the very simple method

Jn. 14:23" If a min 1 lo\ me hp ro'r'ovs! }: stifferinar that will never ,who do not understand are unwiseor for Hubert Downing both in the ,.,used in early detection.
will keep my commandments". end after imdcrstanding: that if a foolish they belong to the foolish Belleville community. The pond I A short business session followed

r ::;;;;We can easily see that a vocal t answer"to'this -..jn' n does not find himself moved virsin.f'lass of Matt. 25. and that will store irrigation water. |I.j at which time the following officers .. '.. ----_' "*' ,
uestiotn can's7>metlme%*to-do his utmost to make his calling class will'be entihto t e Ceh :dI torment --* Dike jobs*for* .=*-B.IltTyreeand j j I,were elected for the ensuing yea,'. .. .

be misleading and deceiving to the and,,ele ion sure, l.Pet.1:10. Then at the coming of Christ. It'sa :Stafford Scaff have been looked into President: Mrs. Bess Jones, Hamilton BRIGHT POND (JASPER)
inquirer. The only way we can he is truly an Unbliever and in a well known act that those and were found'to be a little compli County; Recording Secretary: I BAPTIS CHURCH Between Jasper and Jenningson
show whether or not we truly desire state where the.truth-cannot- reach who really study the Bible seekingto cated. These will require consider- Mrs. Dorene Fulmer, Suwannee Pastnr Rev. Henley I highway 41

eternal salvation is by the him. Here is the caution which understand it, are the only ones able surveying and planning with County; Corresponding Secretary! Sunday School m......... 10:00 a.m.on.ine Sunday Morn. Bible Study 10 toll
fruit' which we bear inthenameof ,means, salvationtoithose' %Interest who do understand it. This may su? the owners. Mrs. Charlotte Tile, Dixe County. \ Service _.. 11:00 a.m. Worship Service ........ 11'to 12
Christ .In the parabale of the sowerin ed. '"See that.ye Walk'circumspectIv the question. Why then: are Training Union _._ 6:30 Sunday Evenings Ser -Ice .... 7:00

Matt, 13. Christ points out that not, as fools but as wise. Re- so gest great Bible scholars divided -l! Evening Worship __ .. ..____ 7:30 Wed. Evening Bible Study.... 7:00
there are three classes of 'hearers' deeming the: time, because the many themselves? That is be- 1 Jennings HiI +Id\\eek Prayer Service every Phone WE8-2091
Tho* who hear the truth but under I days are evil. Wherefore be ye not cause they study the Bible strivingto t r1tS0o 'ttc, ,.-,e:.) MeJntJday at '7*30 p.m.: ,
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stand it not. Those who receive the I unwise but understanding what the make it harmonize with their respective I Senior Chatter I JASPER METHODIST"The FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

truth but who do not endure it's demands -i will of the-- Lord is And be not creeds and tratidions. i by Serious Us Friendly Church" Sayer Canon, Pastor.

j long enough to become truly] I drunk with wine, wherein' Is excess Since those creeds :and traditions Welcome Spring, oh so glad 4o Pastor Rev. O. C. Howell Sunday School at .-__- -_-. 9:45
interested.. Those who allow the ,;hut he filled with the. spirit. "Eph. contradict one another it is impossible you have come--,remember in the Piro4U ORDER OF P RVICE Morning Worship ...__ 11:00 a.m.
cares of this world to "choke" the '5:15-18. i for those scholars ,representing spring a young man's fancy turns unday School ".__. 9:45 a.m. Training Union ..... ........,__. 6:15
good seed till it is unable to produce The command to understand those divisions to be united in ,to thoughts of love a Morning Worship ... 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship ...... _. 7 JO
fruit. And finally those who ;I proves that G d.s'word can be understood their understanding. For this, the ; Editor Ruth is very pleased that a Evervon* ** invtted Prayer Services Wednesday -
hear the truth, receive it, and enter I by any accountable indivi- Bible is not responsible but human the annual has been sent to the EVENING CERVICES at 7:30 p.m.
{ diligently into practice of it's re-:'I dual But unless a marl):!is really creeds and traditions. There are, printers. .Junior Fellowsbip ._ 6:00 pjn. JASPER--- CHURCH- -
quirements. Only the latter ones interest in his1' soul .hd his eternal (i f things in the Bible designed to be Joyce and C. W. will representour !Intermediate Fellowship 6:00 p.m. COD
will be saved eternally. To the J]I:standing before God he will not try beyond the comprehension of man, class in the driving roadeo. Youth Fellowship ._ 6:00 p.m.. Rev. Earl Deas '
I Sunday School .....__... 10:00
others the truth becomes "idle 1 a.m.
to understand with 7:00
an it. To that connected Service
man alone never Worship p.m.
but they are Good luck to both of you.S JENNINGS F. F. CHAPTER. Morning Worship _.__ 11:00
tale" such people are simply not II jthe Bible is a mYs iy. Christ, mans duty to God in the search M. wilt go over to Tally to work 'I REPRESENTED VALDOSTA Youth Social Hour 8:00 p.ni. Evening Worship 7:00 a.m.PJO.
concerened over what happens taught that those /hunger and That '
on { \VfJd to salvation.
the steps ,
the judgement day, such really dot ,,thirst after riRhetoUsness shall be'subject God has never left cloudedby '
S. M.14acbeth I Prayer Meeting 7S0
not want to be saved .their fruits filled Matt. 5:6 also in John 8:3132he any symbol or figure. you is almost finished. I I I The Jennings F. F. A. chapter Bible Study at lit a.m each Son. FRIDAYS p.m.
j give them away. The man who said "If continue in words 1 Church Service 11 a.m. 7 pjn.
ye my desires salvation Thank goodness. We are really was well represented in the Valdosta Y. P. E. __ 7:3
loves the truth wilt'be obedient to''Iit's ''then I ye are truly'my disciples and j I. If a man truly Each First and 3rd Sunday.
he will study the accounts of conversion working on the play : Fat Cattle Show, Wednesday,
I'I each Su.dxy
commands. The Bible is hard 'ye shall know tile truth and the I p.JB.
listed! in the book of Acts; We hear that the seniors are going ,,March 13. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
L. M. DeVane, pastor
to be understood only by those who truth shall make free. Anything Elder
I, you and do what they were told to do i to have an Easter Egg hunt. !i I.i The Chapter; had one steer entered ---- WHITE SPRINGS
are not deeply interested in their j I is hard for who' is '
one careless ; "nd then he will assured of pleasing Rodger had a 'good report card. which was shown by Horace JASPER PRESBYTERIAN t Rev. Ed. Montgomery, Jr. Pastor
eternal standing before God. After and indifferent. hard I'
--------- ------------------Its------.. God. We notice in all of these He would not show it,to anyone. .1 Bates which placed fifth in its CHURCH SERVICERev. Evening Service .__7:30 p. m.
., I : accountings to that first they heard I Jane visited the seniors Wednes. i I i Class_ Donal Ray McCuHey had one I E. F. Montgomery JR., I' -- BURNHAM----CHRISTIAN---

the word of God preached 1 Cor. 1 day I I i steer entered which, placed sixth in I Sunday School .545: .. m. CHURCH

21 shown how God chose throughthis i Welcome back to school Betty I,, its class each received a yeLow rib- I Service\ U#
Wedding I Paul H.
PhotographyCall means to save mankind, and Gean {,bon. Curtis Wetherington had two I Stewart
then Paul says So then faith> Betty Gean and Linda worked in steers entered which was shown i JASPER ADVENT Sunday School each Sunday 10:00
and hearing week. Curtis and W. Jr. I CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. Church Service Second and Fourth
cometh by hearing : Mr. DeVane's office this by C. Pennington I
Sundays .................. 11:00
DONALD 10:17. sick Each of these a Travis Carter
FREEMAN\ i by the word of God Romans Mrs. Tyree was so they helped steers received I
i I So there we have hearing and be- with reports yellow ribbon. Jerry Blair alSo'had, Sunday School........... 10 a.m. CYF and Bible Study Second and

;''eivimj. after this there,is still more Edna and S. M. were inducted in a steer entered which received a Morning Service H:00 a.m. I Fourth Sunday nights ...... 6:30

E1' 1025 El Prado St Lake City Jin: Gods plan, those at pentecost t the Beta Club on Tuesday. Congratulations yellow ribbon. I Sunday Night Service'.... 7:30 p.m.
(I heard and beleived1 and they to you both. The steers were soM Wednesday Wednesday night: JENNINGS METHODIST

.. {then asked what must we do? To> Pres. Jerry has made final plans night at the Valdosta fat cattle I II )I Choir Practice .. 7:30 p.m. "Enter Rest Pray"
"' ,this Peter answered repent and be for graduation. I I I how, the chapter's steer was Prayer Service p.m. Pastor: Charles W. Rogers Sr.
Telephone 752-0102 'baptized for the remission of your Chuck finally finished his poetry bought by the Carroll Packing Com DIYONIA* BAP' '1s'rcHURCH' !f Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m.

I'sins, Acts 2:28. There is no doubt t study i I I pany of Valdosta for 28% cents per WALLACE F. BENNETT, Pastor, (Prayer Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.m.

---- ', but that before they were baptised I So long til I finish My Easter ;,;pound Donal Ray McCulleys steer Junday School _.._ 10 -m. j(Worship Services 2nd and 4th
they asked as individuals if they be- shopping. I II!j jI i was bought by Carroll Packing Co. 'reaching.-------- 11 a.m. I Sundays at 11 a.m. and at 8 p.m
Jesus Christ had tauhgt I I I for 30 cents Curtis "

that apart from this faith acknow-I baptism. Those .wfip'did this in the 1|I r Wetherin ton's steer was bought Training Union 6 6:30p.m.I{I Rev. N. M. Rowen pastor,

-tit jf 'FOR SALE One good farm Mule NEED MOWING Call 1 edged' and confessed there would; first century werl added to the !!'by I I the Carroll Packing Company Preaching .._.-- 7:00 p.m.,Sunday i School every Sunday at
G. W. Smith Itp Gene Duncan, ,no confession of us before God also; church for which'Christ died, his an dthe Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Wednesday night Prayer I 10:30 a.m.
E Jasper--News-Itp we have .another example which i Church. Acts 2:47, Eph. 5:23-27.: 1 Valdosta for 30% cents per pound. Meeting ,_ ::30 pm.( Preaching 11:30 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.
IAN WANTED Who has trac-- clearly shows that this was the; Cor. 12:13. j' The Jennings F. F. A chapter Training Union ...___... 6:30 \ jn.
FREE LUBRICATION! tor and sprayer to do custo!spray common practice in those days I If you really desire salvation why would like to thank the men who WEST LAKE CHURCH OF COD Prayer Meeting, on Wednesday at

We Mill give a FREE Lube Job work this area. Pays $1.00 to $1.50 Acts 8. The queens treasurer hadto investigate this plan and see, ,bought their steers. We aporeciate Sunday School ___ 10:00 a.m. __ .7:30 p.m.MISSIONARY _
with each oil change-for a per acre. Write full make that 'confession beforePhilip not Bible i' the interest'they have shown in our Y.PE. Sunday _''_.*'_h__ 6:30 pjn.j .
I giving detailson : if I have set forth what the BAPTIST
limited time only! equipment and yourself. P. O. baptized him. You cannot teaches about salvation. : chapter. j 1 j I Prayer Meeting,Thurs. .. 7:30 p.m Jennings, Florida
e Firestone Tires Box 1115, Winter Garden Fla find one example in the Acts of the Sincerely presented :' The Jennings F. F. A chapter's ., -:: WHITE SPRINGS Bro. W. D. Stewart Pastor

.Delco Batteries l I apostles where they ever left onewho : Kenneth E. Thomas 'reporter, Harry Pennington made a FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I' Sunday School _.._..._ 10:00 a.m.
__ at competitive prices! WANTED Representative need was seeking salvation without Evangelist Oak Grove 'few pictures at Valdosta fat cattle Rev. C. E. Bailey, Pastor (Each Sunday)
FRED TAYLOR'S ed in this area for Stanley Home I him first. So there it is |show which' to be used in our
baptizing i Church of Christ are .-un;jay School _._.._ 10:00 a.m. Preaching Service Each Sunday at
__ TEXACO STATION Products. No experience needed. faith, repentence, confession and PH 938-2091 I scrapbook. ''Ifbrning Service.__ 11:00 a.m. 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.

_ i Jasper Telephone 792-2903 Contact :Mrs. Una Doubley, Route j I __ __ I The Valdosta fat cattle show' is 1 i.f ra-: mnsr Union _........... 7:00 p.m. I r r Prayer Meeting Each Wednesday
LOST: Yellow Persian kitten. 1 752-2650., Box 34. Lake City, Fla. or m29cf call the last steer show for the JenningsF. : Evening Services ._._ 8:00 8 P.m.1|t ___ at 7:30 p.m. _

childs pet. Reward Notify David GAGS' fcti Go F.A. chapter until next,year Wednesday- __prayer_ __ __service p.m. I FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCHW.
Webb Ph. 792-4021 ltp FOR RENT Furnished Apt. I & : Reporter Harry Pennington. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I H. Woodard, Pastor

"'" 'Ph. 792-3771 or 792791. tfc Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard Sunday School ._._..._ 10:00 m.m.
I I 4-II BANQUET HELD Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship ...... 11:00 a.m.
FARMS WANTED IF you REPAIRS--We repair all type s ,rrs txo o you ecreowYxAT ne r C616WiN OONTCM rr0RO OF MOUh SATs (A class for every age a.m.1>>) training Union _....... 6:30 pjn.
would like to sell your farm; TV and radios, also small ap I t'VERY i o Trrr Worship Service 11:00 'Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
...___. ,
i tEt2P The annual 4H Banquet was held Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m.
We have calls for farms pE5
pliances. SSERtt
see us. Mannings Radio Service i.4 W ? GAS CQK 1 'PASTOR'S SCHEDULE Wed,__Prayer: Meeting __7:30 p.m.
every week. _W. L. Bryan, REog. Jasper. SY 2-4421. tfc. on Saturday night March 16, 1963.
Real Estate Broker. Phone SY Trip qLEGO at 7:00 p.m. The parents of 4-H White Springs 11:00 every Sunday at I GREEN RIDGE CHURCHOF
MONUMENTS fOR Tlrr boys and girls brought a covered a.i.i. GOD
2-2985 or SY 2-6331 ; ; r Swift Creek, each Third Sunda:
Memorials by ROBERTS ofGa., 'I dish. We had an excellent dinnerthat 3:00 : Rev. George F .Newton
-- at
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one of America's oldest and best : night. ; -- -- --- i Sunday School _........_ 10:00 a.m.
Georgia Plate Glass Co. I i known names in Monument build- Don Wetherington gave the intro FIRST ]METHODIST CHURCH Morning Worship ..._... 11:00 a.m.

O Store Fronts t lng., Genuirte Quarried Granite; and I duction of., the special 'guests. STATENVILLE. GEORGIA Wednesday, Night ........ 7:30 p.m.
O Mirrors Itasllvered ,t-l Marble Carved: by trained and I I Sharon Howell was the chairman Allen 'Broofc: Pastor.. y_' Prayer Service

i I .Tub Enclosures, Showers ;'fjexperieq d' culptors. t>Chipped direct -. Low Price $6.95.NIGHT land gave: the general introduction. Sunday School _".:._ 10:00: ajn. -P.--E. -Friday-Night--7:30..
PHONE Service 2nd 4th
215 W. Savannah CH2-5285' Worship and
: Ave. from finishing plant: Miriam Newsome gave the welcome JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF GOD
I Sundays __\L 11:00
1 a.m.
I VALDOSTABOUSE i I Leroy M. DeVane, Factory I II PER CYLINDER SYcamore 2-3001 of the visitors and"parents.. Jr. and Sr. MYF Each Sunday at CHURCH
I Representative, Jennings Fla m22c I Then Mrs. \\11ite'gave out the girls Sunday School each
7:00 p.m. i- Sunday *t
FOR SALT 'in'Jasper: 3, ., 'CASH ON DELIVERHOLLOWAY'S\ gave' out .
awards. Mr. Andrews: they 10:00
I t. J Prayer; Meeting Each Thursday at a. m.
bedrooms, near doWritown.-$7500. SEVERAL :,'REf Ba- i -
I. : UGERA' I boys awards for the 8:00 p.m. Services Each Sunday morning
Let us show you this one, only one TORS-Best of condition. Prie bar Ezefl then gave her historyof MYF Social Hour Each Thursday and evening .
of several listed with Robert Ehlert!;ed to s%l1. ManniD 'Radio Service S. 1 becoming 4H State officer. Old time Gospel SIng last Friday

SY2-S331. or with W. L Bryan. SY2- Jasper. Phone SY '2441 tfc There was a recreation period SUWANNEE CHURCH OF each month ..........,. 8 p.m.
2985 Registered Real Estate Brokers after the main part of the Banquet.We THE. NAZARENE Rev. O. E. Thompson
tfc. NEEDED Fad
with the Banque -
finished --
10:30 "
in Live Oak. Florida for all your S'I.25 ,J,,about ,p.m. ft- y School ...,..*. 10:00 A.rt. STATENVILLE GEORGIA
FARMERSIt musical needs from organs' and LJ HOLLOWA'V Reporter Dennis Smith._ _' Preaching Service ......11:00 A.JI. D. W. Kannon Pastor
takes money to make pianos and -- __. .,. Eyeing Service ......... 7:30 P.M. J
to record
rgeorda ,plty1 ----- .. (Services Each Sunday)
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See cooperativePCA i Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 A
money. your tfcPU I I Sunday School ....___..... 10:00 a.m.
for a farmer-planned loan. .- -- -- Morning Worship ...:\: 11:00 a.m.
Terms up to 7 years. See North I ra ?. CORINTH MISSIONARY Training Union ............ 6:30 ..a'.
Florida' Production Credit Assoc UG.- SALE : NOTICE .: BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Service. Wednesday at
: \ -Rev. Marcus Morrison 7:30
iation. South Ohio Avenue Live FARM MACHINERY \; pastor pjn.
Oak, Florida.. Telephone 362-2588 ;;a: finday. School (every Sunday at 7:00 pjn.
I .,' except fifth Sunday) 10 rn.ro. WHITE SPRINGSCONGREGATIONAL ,
AT FARM NEAR BELLEVILLE Preaching Serrke each
FOR SALE Good Modern Home SATURDAY, MAR... ,SO., 10 o'clock TO HAMILTON COUNTY TAXPAYERS" '. ; 11 a-m. and 7 JO p.m. HOLINESS
I and 2 acres on paved road near -, : 1| Union S. School each Sunday, 10:00 ....
Power HajrBalerJ; Tractor drawn 640 pjn. Preaching. service every 2nd a4
Jasper. Deep .screened porch.
I I Distributors1' Prayer Meeting each Wednesday I
$2500 down. See W. L. Bryan. SY2- Fertilizer ; Planters, March 31st is the 4th Sunday at 11 ajn it ?:80 PJX
last to taxes 1
2985 or Robert Ehlert. SY2-6331, Cane MANY Mill.OTHER Cultivator FARM Frames ITEMS, and day pay your | at 7:30 p.m. s- ,

Reg.- Real- Estate Brokers. -tfc ALL, "WILL RE:.SOLD AT Without a Penalty! :m FARMERS! Our Sound.

OPPORTUNITY open for 597.50 per Auction to Highest Bidder :.; .

week man. Age 25 to 59. Also AVOID PENALTY PAY BY THE 31st! :; .
I have opening for semi-retired man. I FOOD USED TV-InsUHeo for -
(Would consider lady 40 to 60.) i Hail Insuranceguarantees
.$100 *ndL UP. ,Mannings Radio ,
Route Sales. For personal inter- i "
view in your community Write J. Service-ST-S-U21-,*,Jasper-_tfe. We are usually closed Saturday afternoon, but |

H. McGarity, P. O. Box 627, Will-. .FARM FOR SALE-JIO acres near .

Iston Florida. 19mc: pecan Live'trees Oak. 1.25 Good acres'House tobacco., 169 big we will be OPEN ALL DAY SAT;., MAR.<:.30; To i income' if early storms

HOUSE FOR SALE In Jasper, la -v '
Price 522,500. See W. L. Bryan *** '' ,. .<. >
good location near hospital. suitable SY2-2985. or Robert Ehlert. SY2- 'leceiveTaxes. : : ) ruin your crops. See me for details.
I for two apartments. 57,000. '
6331. Registered Real Estate Brok-: : **l -* \ '. : "
Call W. L. Bryan. SY2-29S5. or -p J -

Robert Ehlert. SY2i>331. Reg. Real ers. tfp .. "..,." "...... ,'. \** ....*. ...*A- ,"."," f .:
Estate Brokers. Other property FOUND LTTTCB-tirtf coat : ''V -i : : $ < Respectfully '"' ... : 1'1. ; m JPNE& INSURANCE AGENCY

also available. tic and hat. Owener identify and pay j -
I fro ad. Jasper News. Itc DANBRASWELL FLORIDA

Sal.. Geed eoB&tfea. $40. sad SEPTIC TANK and Drain Field Tax Collector
$50. Maa.la,. Radio Repair I Cleaning J. W. Darby, Jasper Telephone 792-2921 Personal( Service

Jasper tea Call after 6 pan. tfc : a-u .,. ..
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I' w hats and summery frocks I Burnham News the besr Christianity is fighting Sitting and sister Betr Zipper-, ,THOMAS N BUSTIV IN U A. N

Ii 1 L::; 'a parasol--"with-nrifbe.--But losing battle in so ,many, of our er had dinner last Friday with j'I
t ." will get the drop on you if you !, By LOIS. ZIPPEREE- lives not because we are bad, but,their"sister and-family "Mr.: and Thomas N. Bustin aviation electronics
::1 : ';: Lt." don't keepl the. pruning -shears in because ware: with pur briefcase Mrs. Joe Sullivan technician first class, USN
I rlee 'n1 '
-, !IJ. -e' ," '4""f" hand Weeds >f be wicked to full. of second rate stuff '"- !I f .j.,;. J'f" .' sod Of C.B. Bustin Of Route 3, Jasper -
-""" ,.. 1 i'iI. I I "k' 4i; be weeds They are more often' good David'A. Redding \i I Mrs. Claud Home has Been confined Fla was graduated March 1,
'plants in the I
: I Wish' J didn't have t0.throw' a- wrong: place. That is w ; to Pineview Genera' Hospitalin from the Aviation Elecronic Tech-

wayibcfctlei.: One can't, keep them( what Amrebca' suffersffum our '. Mr. and }'frs..J'Ii P William of Valdosta? for the past ,several nician,'Advanced "B" School, at the
aU tha heads are buzzing With so many Pittsburg Pennsyvania; spent same days. Naval Air Technical'Training Center -
i good ideas we don't have time for time with their parents. Mr. and .. ... Memphis, TenD.I .

JASPER BttNISTERS> I Mrs. Winston William,'last week.I I i| We are: glad to,see Mrs. Essie Me I II | The course Is designed to produce
I. vkp- SYa ma.2.4351 "LADIES NIGHT" i 555 Call back at ,her home In Jennings senior Petty Offers who can supervise -
1 Once a quarter the Jasper ministers Bill Butler: Leadership I Mrs. Edward Brand and children.after being away for several I; the operation and maintenance
and the respective wives get : Dennis Smith Poultry lof: Jacksonville spent last Thursday -1![months visiting her chlldren.I. I''of the electronics system used In
A RIOT OF LAUGHS! stand it, a missionary), and last I J together for a fellowship dinner.I A certificate of appreciation as i and Friday with their parents 'I :Naval Aviation.

Your in,I but not least is the Barnetts .sister And thanks to the cleverness of the 4-H Counselor was presented Mr. I I land grand parents Mr. and Mrs. I| Mr. and Mrs. Tomn-y; Keeling I! Bustin entered the Navy In April
favorite "lady" appears the lovely Miss Lulie herself, ladies it is always real Everett C. Brown for his encouragement Isaac Shiver. a
( the big Fashion Show this Friday Ia. musician of ability. party. ; and material:help during, I weekend ith'their parents Mr.
: They met with the Canovas Mon I I
night March 22, at Jasper High at It the II home and Mrs. David Mr.
was a delightful luncheon and year : Mrs. S. M .Deas is now Keeling and
day evening March 18 at a Hawaiian I i
7:30. Wo- '
Sponsored by Jasper
: Jasper folk have a claim on the i The A covered dish supper was ,after being confined to Hamilton i and Mrs. Oscar Mills of Jasper. Mr. Thomas Greeen,, a long time
men's Club. Don't forget it! Party scene was tropical .
1.Barnetts because a favorite daughter -f even to the moon light, wih candles served and afterward Miss Bar-.County Memorial Hospital last: resident of Hamilton County but
I Bertha Smith married Eugene in hurricane lamps. In leiu of sand bara Ezell of Mayo was the guest i week We hope Mrs. Deas win soon I Miss Margie Dees of Jacksonville. I now residing in Live Oak is in Su-
Barnett. I they sat on the floor.] speaker. Barbara is a senior at be well and out again. spent several days last week at wannee County Hospital quite ilLWe
The ladies wore mu mus and flowers :Mayo High and is a National 4-H I I home with her parents Mr. and hope to hear he is improving.
I t
CHRISTIAN WOMEN'SFELLOWSHIP Mrs. Corbett Dees. Margie teaches .
;'winner who attended the National I
Thursday March 14, was a holiday Mr. and Mrs Grace of Alabama ,, in their hair. The men wore '
visited Mrs. 4-H Congress meeting in Chicago MEETS j 1|at Paxon High School in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Parrish
for the Live Oak High while Dr. and Kyser over the loud colored shirts. They presentedthe
teachers attended FEA in Jack- weekend. ladies with gay colored leis. last year. The Christian Women's Fellowship ville. and children of Valdosta had dinner
sonville. ; Julia Ratliff had I i Leading the young people in the of Burnham Christian Church I Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer
Mrs. a
: Travis Carter played the uke
as Mr. and Mrs Edward Leutner
fun period were Mr. Jack Vinson'and met with Mrs. Franklin Gaston on Deas and family.
phone call: She was to have guests I Peggy Harrison's picture in the they sang and laughed and talked 'I and children of, Alacon, Georgia *
Dr. and Mrs. William Kyser. Friday :March 15, at 3:00 p.m. with
j .-spendthenight'guests! Granddaughter -(Hendricks Messenger( Jax Methodist For supper they ate ham and : Mrs. Wallace Selph presiding. I I spent Saturday night and Sunday Ralph Cunningham has been on
Jackie Ratliff, Judy Dunn church). She is pineapple bars and Hall ian, I It ',
very"activeshe -- At the corner of Murvis Daniels An interesting on 'Chris with their parents and grandpar- the sic klist for the past several
>> 1 I I program
,Susan Pittman: and Becky Gill left,, is fourth grade Sunday schoolteacher rice with a desert of coconut and yard is a flock of the white Easter tian Churches on the Rim of Asia" I I lents .).fr. and. Mrs. Joe Sullivan. days. He is feeling better at this
Live Oak at 7:30 in the morning j ; secretary of the'Commission -f pineapple bars and Hawaiian t lilies we find near the ponds this was led ty Mrs. Teford Sullivan. Also spending Sunday with them :writing.
for a walk. They arrived in Jasperat | Missions' 'and Education t punch. Those at this delightful af- i i ,
I 9ri" time o fthe Tear !!At the conclusion o fthe were their son and wife Mr. and *
2:30 -footsore and weary? Not, Chairman the fair Sayer and.Fran .* program
of Elizabeth Gaines were Canova Mrs. bad of the Mrs. Joe Cbrbett Sullivan of Live Mrs. Charlie Deas visited Mr.
Selph charge wor-
a bit!f Ready for dinner- and the I i.Bea And the little Triangle park is
j Circle sings in the chancel choir and Travis Carter,:Veh/a and ship service using as the theme, Oak. and Mrs. Walter Geiger in Jasper
welcome Grandmother Julia had and is counselor for M Y. F. Hubert Henry, June' and Ed Montgomery looking so good.right.now'. Mission Changing the World," af- .' S Sunday afternoon.
Adults think it quite'a '>! *
planned. Quoting- "A very valuable member -; Jr. ter which delicious refreshmentswere Rev. Charles Rogers Minister of *
feat. of our'church and we're .proud, t Annie Lee and John Thigpen of the Methodist Church in Jennings Jack Vaughn has been confinedto
.. i of her.' Luala means picnic to the South : New Port Richy spent Sunday here served: by* the* hostess.* visited Mr.,and Mrs. George YoungSr. Hamilton: County Memorial Hos-

The Art Roberts with Julie and I i 55 Sea Islanders. Joining them:were Coach Ed and', Mrs. Aaron Hogan of White last Friday. pital for the past several days.

Mack spent the weekend with Mr. I I I Mrs. Ethel Dickert visited herr I I Martha Spring and daughter of I!I ..... .,
This is the .. .. .
for Polnesian .
and Mrs. Oscar Ratliff. Art andJ recipe : I Miami. --- --.,'--- -,- --"- -,-- ----- --,----.,-.-, -.-,----_--
It of
sister Mrs. Maxson: In Tampa last was a day pleasant
Rice from Bea Travis Cook Book. I
J Marie have just moved into their ,week. Mary Lange and Merle Freeman : visiting with the mother :Mrs.I" -
beautiful new home in Groveland. went also but Mrs. Freenioti'sengagement 2 cups water Annie Cason and the C. B. Harri-

Nell and Carl* .Newbern'* are expected was with an eye specialist -i i 2. 4 packs chicken frozen bc* iI English lon cubes peas I I sons. w I!ii Give Your Body A Treat .

home from Puerto Rico the I 1% 'cup celery-diced triangulars Brother 0*XX Howell Mrs. Cecil I'
:,i tablespoon soy sauce Sandlin and Ethel Lewis went to
middle of April for a month's visit.I I I Linda and ,Bill Adams have
k . 1 teaspoon salt ,Tallahassee Monday to a district
named their little daughter Athens 1 tablespoon boil together Get New
A letter came today from that sugar meeting .Brother Howell attended a Quality "
Kay. for 5 minutes, add 1% t tI 1
cups the ministers meeting while the]
charming Madge Cook who recently *' .
came for a little visit to the old I i I Miss Effie Dedge attended the minute rice bake in covered casserole -I ladies were delegates to the W. S. j i lt ;
,'Echols School pageant Friday 30 minutes at 375 degrees bake! C. S.
home town. She writes that she High
uncovered 15 minutes Serve hot. !
was so happy to be here even for i j'evening when three beauty Queens The Jasper 'Garden Club meets I MATTRESS.Priced .. "
short time-and she's were chosen.
a vows coming The annual 4-H "Parents andAwards" "
afternoon at 3:30 at the .
back Quote However if the I I I Sue.1I.11idoii wears the crown for .
night of March 16 at the .
Power Lounge. Mrs Julia Ratliff
absence is as long as the ,last, I Miss Echols, 'Sr. High for 1963. V FJ! ,W. occassioned much pleasure t.
will program Birds and.
give a on
Dukes chosen Miss To Suit Your
shall be Bmda was Requirements
surely in a rolling chair. and enthusiam for all con- show some interesting slides:I. :
Some of the younger girls said,I,Echols Junior High 1963 Little cerned. The motto of this popular *
they would take their turns push r Miss Echols Jr. High was 'Beth,: young people organization is: To A card from Mrs. E. C. Willis

.ing." I Wright and Tonda Dukes was first make the Best Better and the four says they are quite happy in their WE GIVE LIBERAL ALLOWANCEON

Madge #is truly refreshing and runner-up; I division of their work are: Head, home at Hommossa but is appreciative -
'r her visit gave us all a lift. Heart Health, Hand. i
friends in
of the Jasper and TRADE-INS!
I and little girls J
Mrs.: Max
I 4-H is a part of the U. S. Agricul- kindness.
their <
In the of Mr. Joe Pem- their home in At-
write-up left Monday for :urtal Extension program and represented S. t J 'i <
I ber of Valdosta State College an ,lanta. While here they with 1\fios.1 j I I .. '
in Hamilton County by, Mrs.
error named him as from Miami. I C. D. Barker Jr spent a night in ; Mrs* Walter Havener and Miss;I
He was born in the state of Maine Tallahassee ,with Sara Ann and Wylma White and Mr.. Rance An- Millie Jean Chitwood represented Dedge. & Duke- Furniture Co.SY24961
drews. .
the Jennings School at the Florida{
but has made the South his home. I Melton Kelly. i
j' The awards thus-
*. Education Association. It met
I s Sue Jen-
Clothing Zant
Mrs. Cecil Sandlin made her Safety is the theme of the March t Jacksonville last week "
White *
ings, Tlena Rae Cason I
automobile Miss Inez McCaU went down with Jasper
nual visit in February to an-I Health notes and lists Springs; Nora Evelyn Norris and
Florida to visit her friend, accidents, falls fires drownings Terry Bonnell Jasper. Mrs. Havener. They stayed at the I .
I She found herself bites and the George Washington Hotel. -
B. F. Wheeler. poisoning,, and snake Dairy Lois Ann Miller, Jasper. -
the next day an assisting hostessat I unusual accident hazard the plate Home Economic Sharon Sapp

a luncheon for the Bametts.Eugene Mrs Wheeler. was glass door. and Rebecca Dedge Jasper; .4 : : .
giving \ .
Sarena Williams Jennings.
t and Birdie Barnett were Dade County Dept. of Health re- :i"-'I..i .
Foods Myra Sue Smith Deborah ''' '... '
there from Arlington, Va. Mr. and -uj a.IaM lU3-td 1etp pareaA Sue Murphy Jennings Kathie F El ; : '
Mrs. Henry Bamett, he teaches I jured in plate glass door1 accidents Dedge Rita Hayes, Jasper; Vickie R ,) : -
English at Southern; Mr. and Mrs. within months period Pautz White Springs.
Ira Barnett (he is a retired Meth- in early Garden Linda Butler Caroline .
is lovely thing "
Barnett Wisteria a '
odist Minister), Mrs. Henry
Burnett, Jennings
with lacey
deaconess that is I under- spring associated
a ( as Recreation Ray Nell Burnett,

d.tl rjR l( c(2 yilly vrth Safety Jennings- Lillian Riley Jasper. '

Dress Revue Susan Shaw Sue '
.. _- ffillhouse. White Springs Deborah A
Allison, White Springs; Miriam at :
e 11 Youll like our slick quick Newsome Jennings.

d service and nifty, thrifty prices-- Certificates for attendance at the "
'11 remember when it comes to building Short Course at F. S. U. last summer \\i '

materials what you want is went to Rebecca Dodge Sharon :
Howell :Miriam Ne\Vsome Lillian ;
what we have. .Riley Sherry Andrews.
( Mr. Rance Andrews then presented "'IN A

11 USED T-V I awards to the 4-H bays as :

follows: : .
4t James Dedge AgricultureDon
Leadership '

ONLY $SOUSED Speaking, Beef Cattle. BOAT
j Marvin Selph Tractor Operator WHEEL
I L Tractor Operator
A. Miller .
4 ;; I Bobby Morgan, Gardening

Refrigerator Billy Morgan, EstomologyBrad -" "
I Vinson, Home Improvement
Success depends! ONLY $75 Jimmy Rance Andrews Dairying FOR THE KIDS:
On Sow do it
you ,
OJvt m a try Wade Howell Dairying and else .f
And you wen t rut it. SEE THEM tricity i, ;

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.- You' And Your School e" I (SEAL) THELMA Clerk LEWIS Circuit COurt .. ,
i .a I Public to SU-Hlif 1t' E
Announcements :
I C.A. AvriettJasper
:, Florida t 'M a I Iix P.In t s .DB Vjlt/t/t'Y'D tl/ts'
by M L Powell.-Principal 1, Jasper_ pools ''i I -- ,- -- _
-> 'i I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S filed shall be void. TV crnc 'rr COTRT -
In people'look COURT IN AND FOR HAMILTON Hah Fearnslde High. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT $ Our rich, creamy cot
COUNTY. FLORIDAIN Aa administrator of the Estate ': HAMILTON COUNTY
the House of PROBATE No. I.31SIB of Blanche Fearnside. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY tage cheese is your guarantee -
case of the I Rat Estate .f deceased ROCHELLE HRVTH. Plaintiff
RAYMOND J. CAMP. Deceased First publication February 2%. 1963. -VII L of a perfect meal.
as the NOTICE ,TO CREDITORSTO Feb. 22. Mar. I, I, 15 NOAH G. nKATH. DefemdantIN ;
very youngsters I ALL CREDITORS AND ALL THE NAME AND BY THE Round out your meals
age i DEMANDS AGAINST SAID IN CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA: I :-:- r with a zestful, taste-ting-
[ this fact and I ESTATE: THIRD JUDICIALCIRCUIT TOt NOAH G. HEATH, wfene'rel- t
+ :e salad made with
dfmfffind address la 2OA4 Teat ling
YOU and each of you, ARE OF FLORIDAIN our
| and boisterous HEREBY NOTIFIED AND REQUIRED AND FOR HAMILTON Street Bay city, Texas e
They should be to present any claims and demands COUNTY. In Chancery I A sworn bill of complaint having ,. d deluxe cottage cheese.
r: that this is in- which you. or either of you. Mary Beverly Plaimtiff.Tn. been filed in this Court against you, I-i .
'i may have against the Estate of Dirorr the relief therein sought being dl *
--that the Raymond J. Camp. Deceased, late I VBBdie Beverly. Defendsnt '.vorce.' you are required to answer Q-
: I of Hamilton County, Florida to the NOTICE OF SUIT aid Complaint on or before April Use Our
Temple-Let Hon. John II. McCormick. County IV THE NAME OF:THE STATE OF I 15, 1963., furnishing to C. A. Avriett, I a
Surely I Judge of Hamilton County, County.JOF FLORIDA: Jasper: Florida, Plaintiffs Attorney Quick Drive-in 'I IService.
[ be the Courthouse in Jasper Hamilton ToVANDIE BEVERLY. Route Xo.. 3, a copy thereof else decree pro con- r
taught County Florida within six months Boston. Georgia, Defendant: fesso will be entered against you. 'l ". .,,
] reverence for from the date of the first publicationof You are hereby required to WITNESS my hand and the offic .
I ial seal of this Court at Florida .
this Notice. Jasper ON .
take notice that a suit has been -
1 Each claim or demand must be in filed against in the Circuit this 11th day of March A. D. IP '
these that the school writing and must state the place of Court of Hamilton you County Floridaat 1963. NJ PURE, SWEET !:
residence and post office address ofthe. Jasper. Florida by Mary Beverly THELMA LEWISSEAL \ \ fit iI
and the church Clerk Circuit Court think it's material
again claimant and must be sworn to MILK
In which a divorce is sought to be
in implanting by the claimant, his agent, or his obtained by her from ( ) I I Thatourcowsgivemil1c
minds attorney or it will become void according You further you. to file C A. AvriettJasper i lush and other
and and to law. are required Florida 1 As as satin
these moral Each creditor shall deliver sufficient your answer to the Complaint in I And smooth silk. Product
mora the office of the Clerk of said Court I as Dairy
copies of his claim to enable
Every teacher and to serve a copy of same upon
the County Judge to mail one to
IF. B. Harrell plaintiff attorney
their and spirit- each personal representative.Dated at his Office in Jasper. Florida, on
be possessed February U, A. D. 1963. or before 25th day of March. A D-.
and Raymond J. Camp, Jr. :
to transmit 1963. otherwise a decree pro confesso -
John C. CampAs i
mum will be entered against f aiit JF *<|( r* you.
they teach by Executors of the Last, Witness hand and the seal

try I First publication mond Will and J. Feb Camp Testament%t.1963 Deceased.of Ray j'i' of of February said Court A.my on 0.this 1963.the 18th day t S u uifi n HEE ViflLtn KMlili

and to this Thelma Lewis, Clerk of
In Feb 22, March 1, 8, 15. _22. 1963
val-- Circuit Court of Hamilton CARpL STj3RETE66S
spiritual !, County Florida HE CASH &
by, the rank (SEAL) % 1
and teachers in a IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN Feb. 22. Mar. 1. >t.IV ;t UU t
unanimously '-COUNTY +INLAND FOR
Education In Probate FLORIDA Sitting HAfJLITOCOUNTY.. FLA. - .- -- .- :c---------------'- _-_'-_______'-__" '-_" '-" ------
these I,TV RE Estate of In. Probat*<-Sittln? f
come held in Jack- Deceased WILLIAM J.JSOn-mv.. Deceased ,
States Su-: !i!, OF ADMINISTRATOR. NOTICE It hereby given that I have <
I NOTICE is hereby given that I filed my final returns as Executrix
that a pray have filed my final returns asAdministrator of the estate of WILLIAM: J NOR I :
to by law the j}I[ of the estate of :MATTIE TON deceased: that I have filed mr !
'!t IFINCHER' CASSTDY. deceased and netition for final discharge: and :
in the that I have nice filed'my petition for that on April 18th 19< Or : religion or'the distribution and for final dischargeand to the Hon. John H McCormick.. .
Count Judge of Hamilton t'ounty.Florida
that the 25th day of
public schools March. 1961.: I will to the .for approver of said final
ing in the Al- John H' :picCornltc-k.-apply ty3ucJge return and -for lltWorder of-; .final All City Taxes for the 1962 both Real.
of Hamilton County Florida for discharge as Executrix of the" Will year ,

day. belief that upon this for final approval an discharge order of said of as distribution final Administrator returns and and for of of This William MARGARET March J. 15th.Norton 19SS ANN deceased<< WOMACK and personal, will become delinquent April 1. '

Ezecurtlx of Last Will and
Heritage is aid estate. I
I I I recommend This February IKth. 1963. Testament ton, deceased of William J. Nor- There will be
interest after 1
daily devotion :M. B.estate BROWN of Mattie Administratorof Fincher Mar. 22. :9, April 5. 12 charged April

victio i t'i I observance Feb. 2%.Cassidy:Mar I,,8 deceased., IS, 1963. IN CIRCUIT COTTRT and advertising costs, if necessary to advertise
be continued

belief ; the schools FI HAMILTON RIDA. IN COUNTY.PROBATE PAUL FREDERICK FLORIDA. ,IN Plaintiff CHANCERY_ Everyone is urged to have all City Taxes paid
As long as In Ret Estate of -V8
more by and hold BLANCHE FEARNSIDE. Deceased DOROTHY FREDERICK Defendant" before April 1 1963 to avoid increased costs
this feel assured DEMANDS AGAINST SAID FLORIDA which accompany legal Collection procedures. It
-children are You and each of you are hereby ,I whose residence and pddre Is
ties ; Ij I!notified claims and and demands required which to present you.any or Virginia 1133 Colonial" ,",... Alexandria. is not the intention of the City Council to Allow

e''r Ij either of you.: may have against the i A worn bill of romplaint..havln?
all j estate of Blanche Fearnside. deceased -I been filed In this Court against you. delinquent taxes to run after April 1,1963 with
for I j late of said county to the County the relief therein sought being divorce l
Judge of Hamilton County. Florida I you are required to
public I of f at hit office in the court house of aid Complaint on or Avrlt'tt.1 out taking necessary steps for collection.
need I said County at Jasper Florida within 15, 1963, furnishing to C. A. ,
mind. : six calendar months from the time Jasper Florida Plaintiffs ,
of the first publication of this notice. ia copy thereof else decree pro con-*
butes I Two copies of each claim or demand I fes will be entered against' you. CITY OF JASPER
"*. shall be In writing and shall state I WITNESS my hand and the off5 !
the place of residence and post office Mal of this Court at Jasper. Florida
a life I' address of the claimant and :this 11th day of March, A.D. 1963.
shall be sworn to by the (claimant I .. .
,his agent, or attorney, and accompanied : f. t'o'j,
Agency hv a filing fee of one dollar I .- ', .
and such claim or demand not sou I .. ... .. .x". ryr '
and .-- It"' ."" ', .
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tion to -l
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that with ,i,1 SttGS\ I

should I Moneyr t .r APRILSave aoYII-:' "i V 11S..e \ 'y .

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r up to $50.00 when you
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t switch to electric cooking and .L'
Now Available II i
t -d' water heating during March ( CD CD(1)_ C!) '-,

In This Area! -. I c 1 ,*. and Aprif. If you change .r;' _p:;/
from fue ,
a -type stove or water :
I heater to flame less electric, ,,
: We Make First Mort- we will pay you a $25.00

gage Loans On All wiring allowance for each 0

appliance. See your dealer and ,

Types of ImprovedReal take advantage of this saving. :'

It's just in time for those 5-,' t

Estate ;,4 ? > I busy days ahead when the -,': '
'4 "*f.j ..* '.' 'i 1 + kids "bring, home heartier i, -

i us for loans to construct 'a-honie- appetites and'dirtier clothes. IUPT0

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home,mortgage: ," urchase a home, .
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you melee the tastiest d"annen Mp"M ..
NOW AVAILABLE IN THIS AREA And dan electric cooling males you lJtchens stay cooler. *;

trith',lot iere Is ..
no lOOt or fuel fi1m. .


Labor; .* Saving oba Stringer r' --- '.. ttmtet EUCIWC WATEK HEATWC

G The Brantford: Looper is the only machine on the market that hasa dqs ahead with.QUCk n oow+y electric water haler.w1y .
Yov'.t J'OU' eM install if
money-back guarantee.! 15\the houIe-even in an Interior Joeef,

The Brantford Looper is the only machine on the market with becaute sa ,:.thus.;-. ., Ire no flue,- IT,&metess'

controls that can.be mounted on either side. .- i

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GUARANTEED (12 months, warranty) wifl not exceed 1 .

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.. See it now at MyJarm or: Contact-. t f

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f":' Winter or Spring you'll find your Best Values at MIKE'S MAXWELL
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Limit with$5 food order or

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.' > ., ?_;; ." ....i'1? !1 I Sirs. Annie Elisabeth Taylor

r ; Granger: Lumber & Supply f Co.:.. Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth -

I; ,PINE ACRES POULTRY: FARM ,, RICK'S AUTO SALES I I Taylor 88, who died Saturday

H&N NICK CHlCKSVl_ You Won't Get A Better Deal-Anywhere Where Price & Quality Meet I were held Monday at 2:00 p.m. in-
+' Swift Creek Methodist Chudch, of
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a wt' Get Ready Get Set is made. You shoo.Jd.take. every 1 I Everything for )building and im carefully estimate all costs .no which she was a member, with:
The chicks H & N
produced by is wen
highest t.V'l.w;egg'L production .for months and months of trouble- precaution in order to assure yourself provement-at prices sure to obligation on your part! Rev. Harry Goddard off dating
flick Chicks ,ant sold, by+ Pine known.. ', : please! Building repairing Granger Lumber & .Supply Co.Interment foHowed in the church
Acres Poultry Farm have develop- ,*5&: i free operation in a Quality Used that the firm you're dealing: -or remodeling -
Those customers of the Pine' you will find what you Get set cemetery with Wilson & Brannin
wed reputation for being of the Car selected from the lot of Rick'sAuto with has a background of experi- can save you money now
highest a. ,quality. Ideal for making a Acres Poulto'->rl--r.: r: 'arm who would I Sales, the greatest selectionand ence in the business, and a record need in Granger Lumber & Supply for more home comfort. Select Funeral Directors in charge of ar

profit. .for raisers poultry. like to stop :alf'.the hatchery and I the cleanest cars the best for fair and honest transactions."You Co's complete selection of top from their top quality building sup ,rangements.Born
lumber and in Hamilton she lived
have deals in Lake City and area. be I quality supplies. plies, windows, doors, roofing of County
H&N Chicks been producing visit with them- are always wel-. depend on your car, so "
_: Make easier! farm
-it.yourself jobs on a with her family in
thousands of commerical ; [, "NOW--buy a good, safe Used all kinds paints and varnishes .
; come. Their reputation stands be- sure the car you depend on Use their planning and estimating the Genoa community until recent-
ggs production type chicks eachyear. hind all sales.,If eggs are your busIness 'Car for the price you can afford to dependably safe!" service. Any of their office employees products: sure to give everlasting ly.. She was married to the Late-
Pine :Acres Poulty Farm has pay, foreign or American makes. satisfaction. '
"deal witha
You'll do better to
tMl\ should] make it win gladly go over your plans Robert W. Taylarv whpJdied In 1918.
"ready-to-lay" pullets inn stock so your |([These cars have lots of style and
get in touch with them now to business> tor deal with the Pine) performance that you'll be proudof. dealer you can trust." Rick's with you and help you get the Located on E. Washington, in.Mrs. Taylor died in Tampa where-

assure yourself of the very best. Acres Poultry Farm Gainesville!I Auto Sales, 510 N. First, Lake City. building materials and tools best Lake City. For information phone she was visiting'a. .

i.This' hatchery has a large patronage Highway (3% miles south), Lake. I IOty. | There is no gamble in buying a Make your selection where you suited to your needs .. They'll, 752-1637. : Sun : 4 daughters Mrs.
: over.this part of the state, 1._ _," '\i I used car if careful consideration have! so many clean, late model -- j" om! Petersburg" Mrs' _

and ',their. reputation for giving Their;.,telephone :number is 752-'his' given to the reputation of the makes to choose from. Telephone SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. Pearl Johnson, Mrs.:Maggie Hogarri
nd Mrs. Valora Griffin
the poultry men the highest quality 0744 inM'your: telephone calls for'company from which the purchase 752-1322. Tampa;
'I I Convenient ConvenientCreditTo 4 sons; W. C. Taylor, Buna Tex. L.
chicks... and chicks bred for the information are always welcome. Shopping _
I I R. JacksonviBe; R. J. Taylor ET
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Funeral Home
-- I Guerry I enumerate the many depart- and pleased with" their methodsand Chpon, Cal; F, C. Taylor, Chicago.

,::; COMBS FUNERAL, HOME f 24-Hour Oxygen Equipped Ambulance Service ments of Sears Roebuck & Co. retain a feeling of friendliness 2 Brothers hn F. Brown. Arcadia -
II ., !
",- *' :* ,r; ".._" would be endless as they have thousands toward them; will trade with them and Robert Brown of Tampa.
: Dignified Service .= Colored I I By thoughtful deeds, rather than Whether service is conductedin of articles and are continually repeatedly' and express their satis- -

VHP: iiW.take i I words SHERRILL GUERRY FUNERAL -. the church, at the funeral home, adding to their catalogue ser faction to others. It is convenient to : 3rn.'ETA REGISTER
Combs Funeral Home, 400 E. details complete charge ,
: I
+I| HOME endeavors to lighten in home from the !
or at a distant point detailis shop your own
Lake is modernly every
Washington, City a vice.The
equipped mortuary, perfectly ap- and liave most:.able assistants for:I the burden of those who can carefully arranged by the Sherrill people who help you at Sears big new catalogue from Sears Roebuck Mrs. Neta Register. 54, residentof
carrying; funeral= arrangements to upon them. Catalogue Stores are able to offer & Co. ,i Hamilton County died Wednes-
Its'POinted and tastefully decorated.and their'termination i ;.. :I Years of experience in the funeral Guerry Funeral Home. valuable suggestion as wen as to There are two convenient Sears'f".av night at her home near White
appearance bespeaks quiet We are pleased to commend the
Combs'Funeral.Home'has one of service business has taught them answer all questions with the know- Catalogue stores to serve our readers Springs" Survivors are her husband
solemity. the most modern1"' and complete es- ,that the word "Service" means Sherrill Guerry Funeral Home, ledge that relieves the purchaserof Lake Qty 408 N. Marion!I 1. E. Register White Spring,
There is extra charge for use
of the chapel no and private rooms tabllphinents';:under direction of checking and rechecking every de-, owned and managed by Theo L. all doubt and uncertainty.Sears phone 752-1513 and in Live Oak W.I I three daughters, Mrs. Jessie Parker

where complete funerals can be 'Booker,x,.Coorrib'andS.. S. Combs I tail from the first call until the service Guerry on. the efficient service Roebuck is a company that Howard St. phone 362-2656. A call I i Mrs. Earl Parker both of

conducted.The assisted'by.Ciyde.. ,Tripp. and Willie is completed. They have found rendered to the families of this en desires to have their customers be to either will result in prompt courteous -I Lake City; :Miss Shirley Register,
Combs Funeral Home specializes Fred Combs. """ that this is the kindest and most tire area. Located at 616 S. Marion, well satisfied with their purchases, service. I IBRADLEY'S White Springs. Four sons, Jack
Colored l,(appropriate manner in which they Lake Citythey offer full ambulance I Willie Ray. and L. A of White
in service. residents of Lake
a very complete City Wash.
Springs, Fred, Seattle, Two
From the time they are called on and surrounding communities are can express their genuine concern service to and from all Lake TIN SHOP Robert Edenfield, White
; and heartfelt sympathy to any City hospitals to residents of White brothers
the phone by day or night, rela- ,
offered prompt and courteous ambulance Edenfield
Sorings, George Jasper,
family. Sheet Metal Work
I &
Springs. Phone 7522211.to Roofing
the phon by day or night, the rela- service by calling 75243166in : Three sisters Mrs. J. L. Brown.

tives and friends are relieved of all Lake City. I LEED'S SHOES A new roof will transform the ington in Lake City can take care Mulberry, Mrs. J D. Wells, and

I appearance of your home or placeof of your troubles-anything froma Mrs. Dennis Geiger both of Zephry

{ COLUMBIA AUTO BODY SHOP I Spring BEGINS With Beautiful Shoes business.-and protect your in- leak to a brand new roof. Let hills.Funeral
II vestment. No matter what your services will be held
24 Hour Wrecker ServiceNot Regardless of the shape of the that mean more foot comfort for I roofing problem-BradI Tin them enjoy show the beauty.you how and easily economy you can of Friday 3 p.m. Prospect Church in

,foot long and narrow, short and you! shop can do the job and will save Hamilton County. Interment'will ben
only in Lake City, but in all This firm turns out A 1 paint i wide, high instep, high or low The men of the family will step I you real money and. give you fine roofs. Prospect cemetery Harry T..
the community territory, Columbia jobs and in this department, as in!arches, Leed's Shoes have a shoeto out proudly this spring in hand- : quality material and workmanshipA Every detail will be given pain- Reid Funeral Home is fn charge.

Auto Body Shop is wen known for the others they have only experi-I f fit your foot a shoe that will some new shoes styled by Jarman, shop run with pride in the staking care by experienced depen-

the expert work they do. enced! workmen to,do the I,give you ,comfort and,service. and for growing boys it's Jarmen, results they obtain. dable roofer. They repair and re-
Even through many individualsand work guaranteed., I! Sure to please both Mother and A good roof is all important in place gutters! and down spouts and

organizations are carrying on We are pleased to compliment!;daughter LEED'S. selection of Jrs.In children's the protection of your building In- win give you an estimate in con
i I shoes they the
campaigns for more careful driv- Columbia Auto Body, owned and pretty shoes for feminine feet. advertised carry vestment. Year after yearyour templated work without obligation. u et e
nationally Acrobat and
ing the steady and rapid increasein operated by" Gene: I I Such nationally known makes as
Montpetit, on the 1 I Storybook and the ever popular roof must "protect" against driv- Bradley Tin Shop, owned and
the numbers of cars on the excellent service rendered as ,well American Girl, Valentine, Dion winds and blistering operated by O. J. Bradley also WANTThere
streets and highways make 'the as their reasonable. prices. Debs, Grace Walker, Twenty One's Red Ball Jets. ing rains, cutting '
does shee jnetal work of all kinds.
total elimination of smash-ups im ThisTis"the Ptad!''to bring your I Cover Girl Fortunet, Vogue of California LEED'S SHOES, Lake City Pla- heat. Wash 752048&Merle t

possible. Motorists in this district car for expert body work-from a ; and California Cobbler In za, in Lake City, is a QUALITY Bradley's Tin Shop 1208 EL Phone _._. ___
have learned to call upon Columbia nicked fender repair a complete high or low,heels all the latest family shoe store that "Guaranteesthe u.
Auto Body Shop for MY work: rebuilding located in Lake City I styles and colors in, supple leather Fit and Wear of Every Pair. Norman Cosmetic Studio
.. I
pertaining to body, fender and 982 So'Alac1ur, (behind Lake City I --

paint-, and-auto-- glass-'installation. Laundry) phone 752-1GU. J MARY CARTER POINTSWhere The Original, "Chance to' Try Before You Buy"

RED 'BARN RESTAURANT i Paint is A Specialty! I! Just one call at the Merle Norman un-attractiveness. It isn't too soon I ,

I Cosmetic Studio can ,change to begin NOW to experience the
a FINEST STEAKS In this age of "easy-care livingno paint and-1 painters' supplies. The your whole viewpoint on Cosmetics.At self-assurance, poise and satisfac-
FAVORITE COCKTAILS one factor aids the homemakermore very best grades of paints, Mary Merle Norm&rCd\,28 N. Marion tion of personaJ.tmprovement.:

If you are one of the many who -TheIr..Jne 'eas ; 'patronage--is than having the interior of Carter, for:exterior and interior, in you'll get a Court/( ..Demonstration When ,you see a lovely woman
follow the crowds, you're often at one's home planned with the "up- a "rainbow of colors. of their 3 StepS'to Beauty. wfth.' a beautiful skin and perfect
,the Red Barn Restaurant on the proof of the fact that those who do keep" in mind. Quality paints and Paint ha| always been a favorite There isn't a. ,woman alive who make-up you can imagine how confident
patronize the Red Barn Restaurant, varnishes will enhance the beautyof decorator's!, medium and at Mary
Gainesville Highway, Lake City. If owned couldn't be more attractive with she must feel KNOWING her
not, you are missing some of the and operated by Hazel and your home besides offering Carter Paints you will find an the proper use of cosmetics. Your GROOMING is faultless. must be countless Interpretations

best food this section affords.In Leo Law, pass the good word along "easy care." colors, and a price range to please face is the first impression on The 3' Step Beauty Treatmentsare of communism, none

our community this is.a favorite to friends. You always see a large I[ Mary Carter Paints carries a anyone. For hew t>beauty in' your people judge you, by. The "know- so simple you will wonder why of them palatable to the west-

stopping spot for those who ap- number of out-of-town people eat complete line of paints brushes, oils home getji their excellent help in how" of skin care and proper cosmetic -you have waited to learn of Merle ern mind. Here, for what it is

preciates good food. ing at this spot.: The food and ser- II and thinners. The next time you selecting 'your color scheme. application mean the difference Norman's make-up perfection. Fora 'What is a communists

The Red Barn specializes in good vice are good and the price is right ''I are in Lake City, drop in and seethe Every second gallon is free of between natural beauty and free demonstration_.phone 752-3411 worth ;is an Interpretation credited
steaks, chicken and seafood, a Why not stop by on your next trip I'' many interestin gthings in reference extra charge. They are locatedat --- -- to Ebenezer Elliott:

place where local and traveling to Lake City?-You are welcome if to the broad scope covered 1811 El Duval, Lake City Ph. McDuffie Sporting Goods Co. I 'What is a communists?

public can satisfy their demands In its a sandwich and coffee or a complete -i l in handling a complete service in 752-4380. .-
fine foods and service. meal.- --- ,d
: Sportsmen's HeadquartersMcDuffie's One who has yearningsFor

i HUNTER MOTOR COMPANY equal division of unequal
LOVETTS GARAGE has built large grow- To the sports enthusiast McDuff.fie's earnings,
II I RAMBLER Car of The Year Award ing trade in Lake City and commun Sporting: Goods, 515 N. Marion.
All Types of Transmission Work tty. They offer a complete line of Lake City, is a revelation in the
i The most wonderful miles of your Rambler has one of the highest resale fishing tackle athletic equipment, newest and, most modern sports, Idler or bungler ,or both, he is

s Lovett's Garage headquarters ways receives,courteous and effic ,life start the minute you get behind value of any car. 'I golf clubs and supplies, archery by the world's best manufactures. willingTo
for transmission replar work on ient.treatment.:' I :the wheel 'of a new Rambler. Hunter Motor Co. operates a mod I I and hunting equipment. Whether you want to build up fork out his copper' and pocket

automobfles all makes.. We are glad to congratulate them Come on in anytime it's a pleasure ern, well equipped service depart- They are authorized dealer for your sports equipment ask where your shilling.
The men in charge are trans- upon their success. I for Hunter Motor Co. to in- ment ,that is capable of handling II the nationally (known Evinrude mo the fish are biting best or game is

mission engineers of ability who upon the various,phases Consult of transmission them troduce you to these great perform any job 'quicldy and efficiently. tors. Lone Star andCarter Craft running most McDuffie's Sport This U another thought bat
I understand aU the little ing Goods has Information passedon have to fork cot a
intricacies l don't
ers. : In you
work. They Maintaining a car good repair Boats, and do complete repair ser-
of this very scientific part of are headquarters Come in and check and you'll will by other sports enthusiasts that staggering amount of cola of
make it last longer and increase vice in all boats and motors.
automobiles. Walter Love owner in this section for aQ transmission -. discover that a beautiful fine performing its resale value. Here is the place to get your athletic -is yours far the asking You are a)*, tile realm to take advantago of
has had years of experience;.1n the service. Exchange units Rambler can be yours for ways welcome at the recognized &. quality laundry and dry
business.The available.. less Stop by1 the showroom at 1918 supplies, anything In sporting ,,headquarters of sports drop in and cleaning _nice at JASPEB
I service is most modern and Their years of experience is sure,' Try many''their'dollars than other cars. No. MarionLake City their large equipment for yourself ,club or browse around any time, plenty A! LAUNDRY it CLEANERS.
the management is progressive. to work to: your advantage-sure prfrmaaee display of new-and used'cars-you schooL free.parking. Phone 752-2500.
They will fix "sick" transmissions., to save you money! Phone 752-4110. way are always welcome. For any information for red date on your
problems of traffic: or to smooth Watch a
automatic or conventional.. Located on Gum Swamp road in Sales Service parts Bros. Tile ContractorsTile tick ito WOT*
At Lovetfs Garage the patron al- Lake Qty; the-miles-on-the-open. -road. Also Dial 7S2-4 C.'I : Langford dry cleaning trade.
- tuG la dry cleaning

Suwannee: Valley Dairies'" -'I' Columbia Live Stock. Market- -- I For, Every. PurposeFor ..

I Auction colorful beauty and lasting These products are bumproof, t

j "Better Milk Builds Stronger: Bodies Every Thursday. I''L performance ,tile is unequalled. verminproof, waterproof, rustproof

i. Columbia Live Stock Market is and The many shades available win colorfast easy to clean and keep :
Keep on asking for Suwannee under,,:processing to ,retain their rendering a very important serviceto the livestock the greatest net return is what 1 blend and harmonize with any deco clean adds beauty and utility to ; .za: rlC'W.-::' ,
Valley Dairies.milk: and their other full,jneatare,of parity and flavor. the producers of this section. raiser Is really 1Dt r- rative motiff. There' Is no wear out the modern home, office or Industrial I ;; ; ,
f I products by name-for you then hroil: "$t'. *!is'service,-dairy farmerS After a farmer has spent a yearor eted in. Their record speaks for itself problem and tile is perfectly sani buflding. -

i t are assured of quality when you yard,always assured a top more in producing and caring ,and they have done a great tary. It may, be cleaned simply,by If you are building or remodeling aM :::
select their homogenized mflk' and .m ;ref.ferwhole. milk while consumers for this livestock nauraDy he wishes deal to promote livestock production wiping with a damp cloth depend on the Langford Bros. = =

other products from the dairy cases ..wW:."guarant'eed'the finest# to secure the greatest return and prosperity our comet Tile has thousand* of uses In Tile Contractors in Lake City for ._JIIf 'zs ......
of your cash and drive-in ity. Avail yourself of this restaurants, filing stations beautiful designing and installation '-"8nIr
carry quatty, that:science and. 'sanitation, for his labor. This can be accomplished splendid homes I
f ;
milk: stand it's purity and can',,.:tl .,-, best by marketing stock livestock'service. supermarkets or In any building work with guaranteed resultsat tit 10 t)... IS
v freshness means good health for SUwam with Columbia Livestock Market Chlnmlitat livestock Market conducts where beauty and wearing qualities reasonable prices. Phone 7523S74 -
you and- your famn It grade A. -vaBeY.Da1rles., locatedat who get top prices. an auction every Thursday, are important. for prompt service.
AH of their Duvan In Lake City is
milk comes from They are wen posted on livestock starting at 1:30 pun. They are heated
tested herds home owned and controlled. Use
and is handled
in cleansanitary
values and market-conditions, andhave in the Gainesville Hi mray,
preparation for'delivery to Suwannee'VaBey Dairies. .products been Lake i
For information
producing City, 153-
the trade. All products are care- and use,the finest. For delivery information returns for their very customers satisfactory 1874. ph. < ... ,. : : ; : .. RESORT MOTEL
tugy screened against impurities telephone 'a'S2216LI -

THE STATE 100%Ail eo.-r.rJonecf and .....

; I I Great Aid To Entire_ _Area_ __ I Convenient to Golf GMTMI, lace

i i. \ Feed For Your Every Need The strength of'a '>afck is best make n comparisons and to recognize and locks Nite All Cabe a.cnat__ Supper

Tte farmers in our area are for Persons and they will ten you they I meat measured in making by the am sound of;its' useful manage the bank that gives a little ) or Plain Style PhoNI lit all. Boon
tunate in having Wade-persons to buy here because they In- extra service, they have been serving "I I Coo tenon Tvb.nJ. ..'mt
can save
vestment by its reputation in the Suitable for Bonne Home Office-
Serve them so well with such high ,money and;,at the same time get cur area for over 50 years. or BI Tiled sot fa Every lWt
community, especially the confidence
grade feeds Purina fboI... CoIf.. Shop ritft M
as Chows. .
55 They the tjuatty of :feed they prefer. it has buSt up its depositors The State Exchange Bank offersa
also have among Excellent $ :
farm'.suppHes.a complete fine of- other- This is your,headquarters for U. : and! br,tbe;adequacy of complete range of bang ser 31.5081 :1z:1121 wtth ,-.....
""S. PuIJerum'ae a baby cMckx. its resour ees. The Ste'Excltaage vices. You carr do aQ the'for banking .41V

This 'store for a is complete a farmers JiBe of headquarters Pu-- Armour WQsoa & Toomer fertilizer Bank Invites you 'to'judge their youKfamuy;> and business. at asingle ". Qvality. From' .....: . '. .LecoI.cI Agar t.dlr..ltsosy.lip;

rina Chow feeds-lor an Fasco insecticides .frncfog and bank on this basis. step ..
livestock ... .I-WS
your -
To hare when you need it,
Talk with money
many othermatiooaBy known: items peoie who bank or borrow -
needs. In
buying these '
your are assured! of MaT lni,feeds foe'farm.Tbr'all seed and all with MTn.' then make; the save mosey when yea have it. Opena THE JASPERNEWSSY24331
livestock State FTrhnnge Stale saviatf account State Exchange -
in production wen pow feed amt remeoles' YOUR Bank. : now
as improvement d
in the quality of as go to Wade-PersoBS, 'located! in Backing-like any other business Bode is located at 360 No. ISLAND HOUSE WOWPACESIX

f etock your' Lake Ofe*, at SSL W. Railroad St. in this country-is campetive.: The Marion in Lake Cam is a Member .. 4i Vraolis .. .
official of tMs beak of the Federal '' fesaranceCorporation : -
1. Ask those who buy from Wad P- Jib it feat Deposit 't ,1 J* .. "
way. It gives customers a chance '

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Warda: Hogan 5cs
Johnny Mobley, (col.)
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Ollie Scippio fcoL) r .::w y:.. ... -
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Ode Mae Gandy (col.) 1 engseerrient of- her dat ,. ter,
HowardHamlln Sharon Rose Jackson, of Vero .
Mrs. Sarah Beatty Beach, to Joel Preston Keen Jr.,
ABOVE-A of local sports oops, sportsmen -
group J. G. Guess
son of Mrs. Anne Keen and the '<""
) line to watch liberation of of two does by
up Mrs. Senobia Willis late Captain Joel Preston Keen.
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission
s Broward Bryan The bride elect is a senior in 1 V
x' east of Jasper off Route. 4L, Mrs. Verde Deas
I ,, ', Vera Beach High School. Her
Dueward Holton finance is a graduate of Vero
.,'. ,,; Shetlie Carol Bethea Beach High School and attended :. vI
Annie Bell Lewis (coL) <-!.
., ..,. .' t Florida Southern College. I 1
tJ..f. .
I I- n Mrs. Betty Mercer ;; ? -. The couple are planning a June
Jack Vaughn '" 6 wedding at First Baptist Church
: as',k # t.EFT-The.Wi1dl1fe officials noted the numberon Shirley Singletary t'cot) /ero Beach.
\ \? on the small tag attached to the animal .and released Mrs. Addie Strickland f

the first doe which ran swiftly out of sight in the Allen Drake SCHRADER .1\1t'NEILLY

.. 17) ., .R woods. The second doe, a larger specimen went a Katie Lee Cato (cam; II' Patricia Ann Schrader of Ports-!I I

> ? short distance into the woods, then took time out to Mrs Hattie Johnson mouth. New Hampshire, became .!
e nibble on the new foliage. ,. Charlie Dorman the bride of Elmer A. McNeilly of I I i

1 .. ... Ventura.. California on March ''9 ,;
at: the Protestant Chapel of Pease
I Air Force Base, Portsmouth N.I
The Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission releasedfifteen deer ?..f.
EL The double ring ceremony was
in the Northeast Florida Region on :March 17 to replace illegally taken
Richard Scaff performed by Chaplain Howard
deer, according to Brantley Goodson Regional 'Manager. Corp. i 1 Gould of the base. I ,<..:
Through this system the Game Commission purchase deer from California "
Assigned to
i New ArrivalsMr. The bride, given in marriage by
Texas with fines imposed on game violaters by the courts for taking
Marine' Lance Corporal RichardH. her father Sergeant Harold Rich-
Illegally, Violations range from taking deer'out of season to taking' doe Scaff son of Mr. and Mrs. s.1 I 1 ard Schrader, wore a chapel length CAMP BIORTIZ

-deer.The 1... Scaff of Route 4, Jasper, is as- I, Mr. and Mrs. James Edward silk organza gown with scoop I Mr. and Mrs. John C. Camp announce the engagement of their
courts replaced two deer in Hamilton County two in Columbia signed; to the Third Marine Air I Mercer are parents of a baby girl neckline'! and sequins and pearl: daughter Sally, to Mr. Jeffery Moritz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. i.
four in Taylor and seven In Dixie CbUrjty. Wing, a Pacific Marine Unit which j II Brenda Gail Mercer, born March trim.. She.js the granddaughter of I Moritz of Eau Gallic; Florida.
"Cooperation such as this from the courts wil help insure continued" is participating in a major 18 in Hamilton Memorial HospitaL Mrs yers: :W J.R oden of Jasper and Miss Camp is a graduate of Jasper High School and received herB '
good hunting in our region, and violations can be kept.to a minimum, I ious exercise being held amPhib-j Mr-*and .Mrs.. Joe Sullivan of Jen- S. A. degree from the University of Florida, where she was a member
Goodson stated. ; '
coast of Southern California, James and Geraldine Graham ningsV' of the Delta Delta Delta soroity. She is now teaching in Maifland
I I 2 thru 10.More colored are parents of a boy, James i A reception followed at the noncommissioned Elementary School. ....
AUBURN STUDENTS CHARTER ma. There 'are 89 other chapters I than 40 ships of the Pa- i officers club where
Lamar Graham born March 14. Mr. Moritz a graduate of Melboum High School is a chemistry ma
MEMBERS OF NEW I located in colleges in the United. cific Fleet and an estimated 24,000 over a hundred guests attended. t the
jor at University of Florida. He will receive his degree in August
FRATERNITY States and Canada. This is the sec Marines took part in the exercise. The, newlyweds then left for a
I I I and plans to enter Dental College in the fall He is a member of the
Kappa Kappa Gamma, one of the I ond chapte rto be. installed in Ala- I Il Willie and Annie Ben Lewis col- wedding trip to a ski lode at Que- Sigma Nu fraternity.
oldest women's college fraternities bama. |I I ored are parents -of a daughter bec.Canada. They 'will reside in An is
is making preparations to charterits Among the Charter Members of.j.(l Specific projects in many cities. In Lisa Louise, born March 17. I Frankfurt ennany. August wedding planned

90th chapter-Epsilon, Eta-at this new chapter Is Elizabeth Mar- ';, connection with this national project -.- -

Auburn University, Auburn, Alaba- I thella Field of White Springs Flor- of rehabilitation, the fraternity Ellis and Shirley Singletary, col- ;.. ; r' ...
ida. She is a student in the TextileEngineering again this year plans to have a ored, are parents of a daughter,
-POLES- School and is entering display booth at the ninth World. Sharlene Marie Singletary born -. f Skip the sulphur and molasses' ? .
her junior at Auburn. Congress of the Society for Rehalh "' ." ...... .' ..' ." ". -' ...... .
year March 17 in Hamilton Hospital. 1r ,.: $ 't lfZtLA -.. ..... '-"' "., ,; ,, :".> 1.'"___. lit""'"
Pressure Creosoted to Three hundred ahcf'setferily'alum-( ilitation of the Disabled in Copenhagen ..;#-.t.----

last a lifetime. ni associations in the United'States, : Denmark June 2329. i ;' get a CHEVROLET'SUPER SPORT ";.
Canada British Isles, and Hawaii
Southern WoodPreserving adopted rehabilitation as the national WEDDING INVITATIONS The .--.-.... .....)....:;--- _.-._-" ......_""-_.T.- -..tJ- .II Ptt : -..,.!.... '.:'"
Co. project in 1952, whose serv-I best is none too good jor oui :; I Chevrolet Super Sports have a charm that Sport zing applies to the Corvair Monza ,

r Baldwin, Fla. 266-4251 I I ice provide. funds for. ...fellowships petitive. See our cample; book ai; JASPEk soothes your springtime yen for romantic. 'Spyder.'very breezy with its air-cooled 150- '.
and volunteer and financial aid to THE JASPER NEWS THE NEWS- "
sxlventure"as 'fast into
i----. as you can slip a horsepower rear-mounted engine, and 4- : :
4 bucket seat. (Especially the Impalas, with speed shift.Ditto for the new Corvette Sting ,
: its adjustable new Comfortilt steering Ray, a magnificent! thoroughbred among :
wheel l..) Front bucket seats are pure-blood sports cars with not ;'

a great start, but Super Sporta a single sacrifice in comfort.Both _,',
"- .! also feature plush all-vinyl interiors SUPERS Spyder and Sting Ray come in .I .

,special l i interior-exterior coupe or convertible styles. All i
t kirn in tasteful touches, and a Chevrolet Super Sports are like '.

veritable feast of goodies we call spring days-you've got to get -.f
performance options.. Chev- out in them to savor them. So 1
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< a passing zephyr
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