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: April 5, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Speak At ,; I Present Play I Service Planned I I l : :' 9 > 6 3WMUWMEKI "Know Hamilton County and Tell Others About It**

I The Senior Class of,'Jasper High announces plans for an Easter Sun CRESS 14" 1MTH ANWVERSARY YEAR The Board of Directors of the Hamilton County

Rev. Kenneth Dale Becker I I will 'present :a Senior '''Play Thursday rise Service Easter Sunday: Morn H *** I I Chamber of Commerce will meet: Monday night ApriP8atOQo"clockJn
executive secretary of Gospel FelJowship night, :April H. The' play.will ing, April 14 ,at 6:00. The Rev. I I ti
'Missions, will Speak-at 7:30 1 Ibe held 'in the-High School' audi O. C.-HoweIl. Paster the Jasper sqF, : > i .I; _y ftFJC **""t thejChamberrpf!: Commerce Off ce.c\t1

p.m. Tuesday April 9, 1963, at torium. We promise you an even- Methodist Church, will bring the HomecMningPIanneSfr 1 Present the City Hall Building in Jasper. All Board member

ing full of hilarious entertainment.Don't Easter Message; and other Ministers 1 attend and visitors invited.
will NFJC I NASA SpaceDemonstration J are especially urged to are
miss this 3 act comedy.* SUP- of the city be participating t I
PORT YOUR,SENIOR CLASS! The There will be Special Music i I ....
cast includes the .'Hollywood and Congregational Singing. The Homecoming for 1963 has been: i iI'
Bound' seniors: Lion's, dub and the Kiwanis dub planned] for April IS 19, 20. The 1 GOOD CITIZENSHIP WEEK AT JENNINGS HIGH

will serve coffee and doughnuts before theme for Homecoming is "New'I' The North Florida Junior College I x ,,
Keats Perry Billy. Daflt ._ .and after the Service. Everyone Face for Dixie/* I MaLIson Florida, invites High

Vichy Randolph -Susan Levin ,is invited.Laymen's. 'day'night with the Artist School students to the NASA 1 1I
Grandma Perry Jan David Series f -J.1g Kolisch Hypo-I I SPACE SCIENCE DEMONSTRAT1ON -;

Grandpa Perry- John Haskins I tist Show was postponed, at the Madison Agriculture!
t John Appleby -'Tony Peterson Revival l earlier this y I Amphitheatre on campus of North .1

Priscilla Morley Pat Bundy .K I ,:Saturday -morning' infra-mural '( Florida Junior College, Thursday,
At Methodist\ ,
4. Tootsie Bean- Virginia Vickery' volleyball ,'game- have been plan-I April 11,10 a.m. Grade 10, 11, and
Butcher Boy Bean Rusty Fennell 12 for Suwannee Lafayette ,and
irk ned. The teams will be made up of
r x Valerie-Whitman Theresa: Taylor church clubs. Hamilton ,Counties. The Demonstration -
y groups or
Boggins Johnny.BHner: last 60 in1n tes. At 12:30
Fr xy w Two Young Children, Ann -Taylor. ". The Laymen of the Methodist The parade his been set for two p.m. there will be a 60 minute demonstration
s and Vickie-Goolsiy. Church" are sponsoring a three-day o'clock Saturday afternoon. Many
been for grades 6, 7, 8, and 9
Everyone is invited to attend. Revival during Holy Week. These area bands have asked to participate -'for Suwannee, Lafayette, and Ham aw
who are responsible for ,the planning 1n ourC arade. Most all$ilon Counties.
of the Revival are 3fev Marvin clubs and organizations will enter
Coast Guard At 7:30 p.m. there will be a ninty
in the
Rodgers, Lay Leader ,and Mr. floats parade. ; 4a
The ,Madison !Jaycees will honor minute demonstration for college a 'r '1.0 { n
Howard and the Commission
Academy Exams Clyde on Membership and Evangelism North Florida Junior College witha students and adults in all six court:

YIoZ Mr. Howard is chairman of fish fry again. this year after the ties. _

Bright PondjBaptist. oa Church? AnnouncedCongressman this! Commission. ...... .......... parade. Friday, April 12, at 10 a.m. there
Mr., Becker will present a miss- ', ..Speakers for the three nights The final event of Homecomingwill will be a sixty-minute demonstration -
sionary' challenge and win relate I I Don Fuqua announced are: Monday Air. Robert H. Bruce be the Homecoming Dance for Grade 10, 11 and 12 for _
that the competitive I :
the policies a and purposes of Gospel ,, today of Live Oak. Tuesday Bobby Walker which will be from 8to 12 pm Tavlor. Jefferson and MadisonAt
Fellowship Missions, the missionary examination for entrance to the I a student at the North Florida Saturday night The music will be 12:30: p.m. therein be a sixty
endeavor of the Gospel Fellow t U. S. Coast Guard Academy will Junior College in Madison. furnish by "The Crescents" from minute demonstration for grades Above-Twd'"Good.Citizens" of Jennings High School pose besideone
be held nationwide on December : 6, 7, 8 and 9 for Taylor, Jefferson I
ship Association. I I Wednesday, Mr. Richard Raines, Tallahassee. of the numerous posters and bulletin board displays in Jennings
7, 1963.. These examinations will be Committee ard Madison Counties.
k The missions board was founded, who is cashier of the Hamilton The social hopes High School last week in observance of Good Citizenship Week. The

as a' Scriptural, uncompromising, I If given Fuqua n over emphasized 1000 cities.the opportuni- County Bank. everyone will Join in and make The North Florida Junior College FHA. sponsored the week,and asked each class, 8 thru 12, to elect its
best Homecoming : accommodate only 200 studentsin
this the yet. ran
f evangelistic organization to send t yoffereoTqualifieji young men who One feature of the Revival will best boy and girl o6d citizen. .
the new student center on these
missionaries into- any field to which choose this four year course which lhe[ a Men's Choir, which is being davs. Reservation limit to grades In another FHA activity in Jennings, Linda Butler, Barbara Me-
they,feet called, provided the area leads to a commission as a career headed and inspired by Marvin I 10.11 end 12 must be made as far Culley and Miriam,, Newsome attended the State FHA Convention heldin
is open for missionary activity. 'I'I officer in America's oldest contin- O' Cain. The services will be held A I in advance as possible. Meals will, Jacksonville this week in Robert Myer Hotel, along with Miss Bar-

GFM is not limited to one particular uous seagoing Armed Service and a at 7:30 p.m. each day. The publicis be served cafeteria style at a reasonable bara Pearman, the FHA advisor, and 1000 other delegates and adyisor's.'
a fielc ,but its missionaries go cordially invited to 'attend all
Bachelor of Science
degree. .. price. These girls were chosen to represent the chapter because of outstanding
wherever: there is a need and? 3
op-j t made these services.
i- Appointments on a competitive I
f to For futher information, call or work. The theme of the convention was "Fostering the Heritageof
portunlty serve. basis..there,are no separate DR. R. C. HOLMES TO SPEAK
I write Dr. John E. Sands, Dean of "
America. Such distinguished guests as Miss Sophia Svestka, Mrs.
Mr. Becker was graduated from quotas for States or Districts and AT METHODIST\ CHURCH'Dr. I Coordinator of NASA
a NFJc Space
Bob Jones University in 1957 witha I'I no special categories, he said. R. C. Holmes, District Superintendent I I Science Demonstration. Carolyn. Black Davis and Senator Beth Johnson were present.
in Bible The girls rePorted that a "Pageant of Flags" given by the U.S.
bachelor of arth degree ."I urge all qualiified young men of the Tallahassee District /
He and his wife were both in the 'who are inerested in thIsworthy will preach at the Sunday tit J Naval Air Station of Pensacola was very inspiring. Barbara McCuHey-

University employ during the time profession to write for details .and evening Serivce at the Methodist t j COUNCIL MEETS also participated on the program during the 4th General Session as a

he was working toward his master'of application as "soon as possible to Church, at 7:00 p.m. Following: the i I district officer hi,"Our Family Tree" which was the roll can of the nine
arts degree, which was awardedin the Commandant (PTP 2), U. S. service he will hold the Quarterly The District representatives of districts. There was "full schedule_ ut the girls had a very Nee time.
145,9.4Tila3nCb.Jotes.. University -' JENNINGS J A. BANQUET the. _4-H. q8inciLon March 28,.1962 .
Coast, Guard, 'WashhngE f:25, D.*.C- Conference_The pubUe-in-4nvlted-to, j t and The knowledge,and. experience "theygalned was very worthwbJie,", "
Hamilton Suwanne Lafayette
-Mr. Becker sent tsevera1 1 r-& candidate the next examine hear Dr. Holmes. I HELD ( ..
evangelistic work II I Columbia Counties were at the r. -:
summers doing tion for the Coast Guard Academy -AIS
in Latin America. More recently, {I'must be single, must have reachedhis The Jennings Chapter of Future :meeting. Dixie and Union counties
New Approach Farmers of America held its an- elected
were unable to attend. We
he served in the pastorate.In seventeeth but not his twenty-
nual F. F. A. last r
Banquet Friday
with chairman Ezell
his current position Mr Becker 1 1964 end officers Wayne
second ,
birthday by July
To Be Used in night in the high school 1 cafeteria.
presiding. We discussed our jobs
spends the major part of his must be in excellent physical con I
j Awards were presented to F.F. A which
on the District Events Day
time in speaking engagements on dition.A a
Cancer Crusade members who had made outstanding would; include public speaking con
behalf of Gospel Fellowhip Missions high school diploma is the I
According to Dr. Bob Jones Jr. minimum educational requirement, accomplishments during the ; tests, Tractor Driving and Lamp
president of the Gospel FellowshipAssociation although high school seniors assured -I At a kick-off meeting of the Ham- past year. contests.
i'ton Unit of the American Those to receive recognition were refreshmentswere
County After the meeting
aD members of the
1 of being graduate by June 30,
for annual CAN Donald Ray McCuHey, Star Green and
donate their i Cancer Society the served to the 4-H boys
Board of Directors, 1964 are eligible to take the examination -
services.. "Mr. Becker," he adds, if they will have at least 15 CER CRUSADE DRIVE it was decided Farmer. The Hamilton County : county agents present. '
that would be Hand Jerry Blair, Star Chapter Smith.
approach Dennis
a new ; : Reporter
"is serving sacrifically on the same credits by that time. All applicants
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used this for solicitation of Bank three I7 kP.H1I-
year gave I
basis as the missionaries who are must have three units of English, U
funds. 1 outstanding members in the chapter
ltd iin Plane '-11
in the field. two Algebra, one
Rev. Hubert Hendley, Pastor of Geometry by graduation. April is known as CANCER CRUSADE which were for Scholarship,outstand-ing: He only seeks to put it there
month and as is Leadership, and Supervised Farming !I
Bright Pond cordially invites the everyone I I Because my skin Is black.'
public to come and hear Rev.Becker. .i iI well aware it is at the end of the Program. The award were pre- [local chapter.Mr. .
I Bright Pond t list of annual monthly Drives. Too sented to the members by Mr. Gene Alton Blair the advisor of i But he was dying for a dream
I ,often the same people are asked Adicks of the Hamilton County the Jennings F. F. A. chapter rec-,I And He was very meek;
I W. ,M. U. MeetingThe to participate in the various drives. Bank. I ognized the special guest attend-: I And in His eyes there shone

Maundy Thursday This year the Hamilton County Those receiving the Scholarship ing the, banquet. Mr. Billy HOI Introduced agleam
I Associatiaon W. M. U. Unit of the Cancer Society will send award were Jeff Burnette first the main speaker of the i I I Men journey far to seek.

Communion Quarterly meeting: will be held at out a letter to all residents of the Jerry Blair second, and Harry Pen :evening Mr. 'E. H. Finlayson, Presl .
Bright Pond next Thursday April County and ask hem to send in nington. third. Those receiving the :dent of Florida Farm Bureau Feder I It was Himself my pity bought;
SerivceThere 1st at 10 a.m.. Lunch will be servedat their contribution to the Hamilton Leadership award were, Jerry i, ation. T I did for Christ alone

noon and everyone is invited. County Unit. If a good response is Blair first, C. W. Pennington Jr. '1 The Jennings F. F. A. Chapter at I I What all of Rome could not
will be a Maundy Thursday Rev. Walkup will be the guest received by this means of solicitation second and Donald Ray McCuHey ;,would like to thank everyone who, have wrought
Communion Service held in the Ad- speaker. The theme for the meetingwill I it is hoped that the Cancer third. planned ,and presented the ban-; With bruise of lash or stone"
vent Christian Church on Thursday' be "Fostering our Youth". Unit can conduct their Crusade in Mr. J.. Fred DeVane and Dr. I quet. The chapter also would like Cbufitee CuHen
Evening, April 11, at 7:30. The' The meeting was scheduled for this manner each year and eliminate William E. Kyser and Judge John. to thank everyone that helped .
Pond Baptist and Advent Christian April 30, but has been changed to) the need of the door-to-door H. McCormick were conferred the (i(decorate, for their cooperation and A weddiing of interest to a wide
Communion will be served at the' the llth. I visitation. It Is the belief of the honorary Chapter Farmer Degree. 'interest they showed in our banquet circle of friends wffi be that of

Table. Everyone is invited. Mrs. Clyde Lashly, Pub. Chairman (Unit that the citizens of Hamilton I'This award .is presented to indiviid I Harry Pennington, Reporter r Mrs. Irene Byrd and Mr. Fred Taylor
(County would prefer to mail in their I j which will be solemnized April

[contribution rather than to be con-I 112 at 2:30 at the First Baptkt
I THE AMERICAN WAY f[tacted at their,door ,or go out and d It will be an informal

![help in thedoor-to-door drive. o' .. BEARS vs. J I wedding and their friends aref f Invited
I; If you do not receive an envelope ,
.. in the man please send your con- EACH YEA ll *
aL as tribution to the Hamilton County .4 ,4 IHEkeEPfJt 11 The basketball season dosed on
Unity American Cancer Society P. .' .__, SEARS RAIDIHG Saturday March 30. with two gam .
/ qrcai r Q. Box 208, Jasper,Florida. Please .- Fl9R HONEY THIS CRIME. .. es-boys 9-12.; 11 and 12 years of

# make checks payable to the American THE V, age. -
B--Air Cancer Society. If you prefer ,< ffP ._ A RE KILLED I
tic w ido.list .r; C :A 41 VAW& IS* Monday. April 1.,Ifce J.ILS. boys
you may leave your contribution $400 PER tl I played the basebaX team from
SUP'rNiiSRNroe. =
at the Chambre of Commerce officein ..',
.in/ (IS iNTCRCSTfiP |IN" j Lakeland Georgia. Jasper won by
I the City Hall building in Jasper.Mr. PROTECTING TMff BfA* fAMP 1 one run.
Harvey Oehlert is CRUSADE THE 0_fKE eP R t Chairman for Jasper and Mrs. HIVES : Daniel and Jewel Sa&h and Colbert -

Jean, Conner for White Springs. Although Croft of VfeMoste went Sunday '
I| no Chairman has yet been WAYS' the 31st to St. Augustine to'
selected at Jennings, Mrs. Maude PROTECTED 2.W Joyce. After services at the

Havener and Elder, Roy DeVane Ancient City Baptist Church they*
have offered their assistance in the I BFAR-PROOF PLATFORMS I f went to the beach ba picnic
Jennings area. Mrs. Wiliam Kyseris II I WILL GIVE COMPLETE lunch Joining the party were
DvS President of the Hamilton County PROTECTION BCE-HIVE DAMAGE AGAINST 8V 'Margarite and Wendel Carpenterand

Unit I pAMGER EfEARS t3UILDtNS little daughter. Joyce has
PLANS F oR Tt+to E been supplying as organist at this i
HEtP BEAR AVAILABLE FREE FROM I since Jaauary 1 and will
TMtSAME COMMISSIONIN until the KMfa of April She
STOP TALLAHASSEE on weekend the 60 mflm

MR. BEEKEEPER: IP A SCAR t[ Stetson. She will be home
r WILOLIPC _*!** I j i
c WILL TRAP THC I The Jasper ILD.C. will have a
,B.wavttAND.MOV I at the Stephen Foster Festi

ft TO A ,-"April 3, 4, 5. Young women
wt a"sS : I
FORFUTUK bonnets and aprons Of a.-deg' -
i. I is gone, will sea "bara and
HUN JIN 67 ." There will also be aa

r sale. The other IL D. -:
t -.6AINE AN9 FRESH WATER FISH of the county will also have
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PAGE 1WO THE JASPER .'N'E'W'S.J" ASP.ER.!' ---, FLORIDlH'ERS A' > ?, ; .. day. April 5, 1963

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To add a little kSpl e to theCounty Y : :" : t'1'''' L I
I bf' = Springs on Merch 29 was a big success "
honor 'presence'1s
wide Fashion Show on 'The your requested t t1" L. "
(March 28L Rebecca Dedge asked, at the Marriage:of MrS.' by Ser of s,Us 'Mr.: ate Mrs. J. T. 'Bl 1 i1d, 'd :r :ir!"' and fun was had 'by all. The k

Mrs. White, The Home Demonstration .Fred C. Byrd to trrr. Fr Taylor Just 40 days until we walk down Jennings announce the'engagementof PTA wishes to thank each and every
Agent, for permission for her;Ion Friday. Anril 1? 2":30P.m.. at wonderful of their daughter. Sybil Ann tc one who contributed of their
the aisle with piece .
George Allen Spry son of Mr. and ._ 'time and talents to help us. Jack I I .
and some of her fellow 4-Hers to the First Baptist Church Jasper. -Io "'"
paper we have worked 12 long Mrs. Paul E; Spry Detroit, :Michigan. : [ headed from Jasper IN HOSPITAL NOW: c
model in it Mrs. White thought it tired. yinson a group '
a cute idea. and gave her permission year. Gee, we are is April who came down to Judge the Albert Jones .
Hamilton County Day
for them to modeL .came floating 'In, attired'in ia "Tea 16. Story elsewhere in this paper. I The bride eect is a student of I I'twist contest and Jack even joined I Kib Burnett *

C-"-", This dress had' tea bags I Since Sun Jennings High SchooL I in the playing.It Mrs. Linnie McCaH < i
of Fashion Show Mrs. Joe Crosby, '
The theme the Judy, '
I Miss Thelma Lewis
(including tea and the envelopes) bridegroom-elect ,
was "Fashions In Orbit." day is back in schooL Ihe is serving I First Ball Game is cooperation from membersand 1" t
i j HI over it. She completed her out Betty Gean and Linda are making a tenure in. the U.S. Army. He is friends of the P.T.A. Ute this j Miss Martha McCall. ,,".'1". '# "i' ,0PATIENTS .

The 4-Hers modeling were: Rebecca fit with a: paper cup and saucer good plans for our Easter now stationed at Fort Benning, Ga. that has enabled the P.T.A. to do Mrs. Marie Goolsby '.7" .. ,'{

Dedge modeled the latest with ,tea t-."s .in the PUD. for her next Wednesday. I The couple will announce wed- For County TeamThis i the things they have for the school I Jack Jackson (coL) f'\ ; it' i
"Dress in the news" before the hat. To complete these''Tashions" ding plans,at a later date ,I and the students Each parent is Essie Curry (coL) -
count down and 'blast ,off. This 'I in case It is 'cool.on the moon came Rodger has an.interest In Jasper. L i especially urged attend the PTA I j DISCHARGED SIN LAST" WHEKi/

dress was made from the Woridnews Terry Bonnell wearing a"'Box Coat Ben is ,taking two'people to the Sunda T .
with these '' s. Sara ackswa>
asked for an : THREE FROM HERE meetings to help plans; : .
at least he '.
section 'ofthe -newspaper with rretty Raglan sleeves. This banquet I l jseason ; *: : and to help make bigger and''better esse Law yg.Mrs. 1ij

Rebecca wore Ipace Helmet, ; for r'it wee a : :earboard' box. The extra invitation. '< .S,;;,,' t,ONALDOSTACOLLEGE I The 1963 0 th> Twia'Hivers plans each year We also appreciate Mary Mercer, -.. *..tai.a; i:t,

,her' ,hat Nell'" fcedge ,modeled: a;|,raglan .sTerv'n, <.1as: Indeed raglan ,,, The sensors "boys'reaUy do as' DEANS LIST I I Baseball League win officially those friends who join and i, LaDonna Stephens .. ':
number called the."Balloon sleeve tackedon I open this; Sunday, April 7, and Hamilton :'. '
Breezy i as they, were rags they please. help out even though they do not 'I Carroll Hunter ;.:
Dress". This,jdress- I h44 'baUons the'.aides'of:'jthe box and left I. Wayne and Jackie just "make it" I One hundred tW+ ntjotw'O students 'I County is represented In the '.,,:now have children in school. I'I Mrs. Lucressle Sills 1i

blown up and tackled :all over it. will
She ccmpleted.4} fs with 'a, paper[ This was real .cute:;and 'added, some very good reasons What- named to the Dean's List according at the County Athletic Field at J'asI The Jiext meeting of the i Morrise Daniels (cot) : ,!:

plate with baUOp| tltQr i her hat. J I"( medyspice"fto'make.: .:the,Fashion guess !! z to an announcement by Dr. II per. Last year and for Se'\-erall I I I be in the school lunch room on I Annie DEvelyn Turner (coL) ..z ,;,

The balloon's 'kept' popping? while I Show complete,. "Fashions InOrbit. Chuck'really looks after the class J.,A Durrenberger Academic.De"n years, the Team played at Jennings Monday night at 7:::0, April 8. If I I Humphrey (coL) .' :-

she was modes; Kathy age ." j'!I finances."Jerry i In order to be included on the ; Hahira will be Jasper's first opponent -i I you have not been attending, wvn'tyou I Virginia Speights (cot) ":

: -.J: ,1 r, '. ,u. : 'has. not decided what Dean's List junior-college studentsare 1 and, the season will open plan to do so? I I
banquet who When and I'I'I required to have a 3.3 average at Jasper at, about 2:00, Sunday afternoon -.! i .. .

I"I I where: -:: someone is still waiting I.I out of a post ble''4.00;; and senior at the Athletic Field. I MEN'S VOLLEYBAIX.EVERY MONDAY ,

C. W. likes the Greenridge_ sec college students must' have a 3.5 There has been a lot of scrambling
I for the of I Men. of the county are invited to i
bon I average preceding quarter. around on the part various ;

IN COUNTY JUDOrTS been filed In this Cotirt against you. I Syl and Chuck did a grand job I I Among those named! for the winter persons assisting Bill Sapp in getting -t play volleyball eJ..tonday* night i\

COURT IN :AND FOR the relief therein sought being divorce when they lighted the candles atJudy's '. quarter are Dorothy Davis Fen- uniforms, balls; equipment and,1 at 7:30 in the Jasper High School!

HAMILITON In Probate COUNTY SittingIN FLA. said ,Complaint you are on required or before to answer April and Joe's wedding. I'r.nell and Cynthia Ann Chandler of I officials for the opening game- gym.. No charge. Hew Arrivals

RE: ESTATE OF 15. 19C3, furnishing C. A. Avrtett, Lynette and Edna were glad to Jasper and Hilda C. Alderman of well as the bhr fob of getting a Gym shoes are required. A
\VIMIAM J. NORTON, Deceased Jasper, Florida, Plaintiffs Attorney
NOTICE. OP FILING PETITION R cop thereof else decree pro ,con- I get back to school. Both had been Jennings. t team ready to play AM tvpes of I I' Evelyn and Ralph Humphrey
von FINAL DISCHARGE: fecso will be entered against yftu. ,absent for several days. Th. J'T'P' t"iTt h? team needs
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have WITNESS my hand and, the,official INSURANCE colored are parents of a daughter
filed, my final return as Executrixof seal of this Court at Jasper Florida J I Mike furnised part of the elbow Midway Home Dem. Club now is a big crowd of rabid spe -.ts- born April 1, and named Evelyn .
the estate of WILLIAM J. NOR- I this ,11th dayof )March A. D. I grease to decorate the wedding car. t tors to help push them cross the Fire AUTO Denise "
TON.? deceased; that I have filed mrpetition 1963. The April meeting of the r
for final discharge, and THELMA LEWIS' t Brenda looked lovely in her green Midway old home plate this Sunday afternoon Ha'*Casualty !
that on April 18th. 19C3. I will applyto Clerk Circuit Court ,dress when she stood with Judy last Home Demonstration Club was held *
the Hon. John H. McCormick. (SEAL) Sunday. The boys worried becauseshe in the home of Mrs. Joe Mitchell I Call 792-2921' Virginia and Charles Speights,
County Judge of Hamilton County.Florida C. A. Avriett
said final We had ten members and colored are parents of a son. Sol
.for approval of Jasper. Florida ; wore a crowriless hat. present Jones Insurance Agency
returns discharge and as for Executrix an order of the of final Will Mar. 15, 22, 29, Apr.:5 Ruth wore green to the..wedding.She one visitor, and our a ent, Mrs. I OTHER LOCALS Darian Speights born April 3.

of William J. Norton deceased played "Here comes the Bride White. The Devotional was by the I John Lamar Smith, S. N. and I Ii _- -- - .... _,
This March 15th. 1963 TV CMUCITIT N>URT. hostess followed with the Lord'sPrayer
MARGARET ANN WOMACK THIRD JUPICIAL,CIRCUITIN and the birde came. Gerald C BWTI S. A.. a recent I
Exeeurtlx of Last' Will and brides book. She repeated by the Club. j
AND FOR HAMILTON Linda kept the : guest of Lamar's over the Christmas FARMERS! Our Sound.
Testament ton deceased.of William J. Nor COUNTY. FLORIDA I was very pretty in her pink outfit. After all old and new businesswas holidays are now bakers in I ,
Mar. 22. 29, April 5. 13IN BRADFORD STIUCKI.ATSD.Plaintiff, Joyce has been absent from taken care of, the meetiing was< the Naval Station galley in Key

school this week. turned over to Mrs. White. who i "the
I West While glancing through I
CIRCUIT COURT. Hail InsuranceI
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ingle H4MOI.PH, et aLa I S. M. we miss you while you are gave a very interesting talk on I'New South Bakers", a navy bakta"i '
HAMILTON COUNTY. Defendant Guess are busy helping Furniture Arrangement. She drewa small :
away. you i guide, they came accross a
blackboard I
drawing on arrang- >
PAUL FREDERICK Plaintiff w AUTHORITY, OF THE STATE OF those law makers. clipping which read.
-vs FLORIDA: | Eddie plans to see a league ing a room taking into. consideration I
P* -> \ ick- his teen: in the
FREDERICK DefendantIN I Income early storms
DOROTHY BY THE TO RIMIOLPH STIUCKLAM, while he is on his trip. traffic lanes thru the room, also -, 49
THE NAME AND Single, whose residence is Echols game bakery business for more than
AUTHORITY OF THE STATEOF County. Georgia and whose Post Have you, dyed your eggs no, the importance of balance in : in Jasper. Upon advice of
FLORIDA: Office address' U Japer, Florida, R.F.D. have bought arranging the furniture.The years I I
TO: .DOROTHY FIIEI1F.IUCK. ., ROY STRICKLAND and wife ,tis early ? you her doctor she is enjoying a vacation ruin See for details.
w..... residence and address U STRICKLAND whose residence Easter outfit.. hohtess served'del'icio'.!s r> your crops. me
1133 Colonial A,... Alexandria, LULA Is Echols County Georgia. your freshments, after which we adjourned .. of several weeks before she re-
Virginia and whose Post Office address is So long til 11ay"ith Mrs opens her bakery.
having t to meet in
A bill of complaint I II
sworn Florida CURTIS
R.F.D., Jasper, : They both send their best wishes
filed in this Court against you ,
been STRICKLAND, and wife RUBY Isadore Johnson. I
the relief therein sought being divorce STRICKLAND whose residence ia I and best of health to Mrs. Adicks JONES INSURANCE AGENCY
you are required to answer and Post *
Echols County. Georgia STAPLERS and STAPi.E
said Complaint on or before April Office address. R.F.D., Jasper Flori- ,
16 1913, furnishing to C. A. Avriett; da; RALPH STRICKLAND and wife. THE JASPER NEWS I DUPLICATOR JASPER FLORIDA
Florida, Plaintiffs Attorney, ,
Jasper JUANITA STRICKLAND whose residence -
a copy thereof else decree: pro con- and address is Crystal River, -- t I
fesso will be entered against you. BETTY JEAN CARTER and = -
WITNESS my hand and the of ft- Florida husband.: EDWIN CARTER. whosresidence White and Colors Telephone 792-2921 Personal Service
vial of this Court at Jasper Florida, and address is Lake City,, aTOl'I- THE JASPER NEW
this 11th day of March A.D. 1963. Florida; SHIRLEY ANN HENDER I
THELMA LEWIS ALTON HEND ifeverpieservceiiieii
and husband,
Clerk- Circuit ,Court SON ERSON: whose residence ;and addrrtptJ .. _.,.-.-.'_ "'",'Co" ,,,Co" ",,,, -,' :. .., ,'" 'h. ,_.:' ",, yL ,..>. MI' ;;,:: -"
(SEAL) -* Statenvllle, Georgia:
C. A. AvriettJasper.. Florida A sworn bill of complaint hayIng s I

Mar. 15, 22, 29, Apr,. 5 you.been the relief filed in therein this Court being-again sought) ,.t'iFsd'.!

-- Quieting Title and Other Relief. You
IN CIRCUIT COURT. are required to answer said' complaint '
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT on or before April %,th. 1963, t ...
HAMILTON COUNTY furnishing) to C. A. Avriett, Jasper,,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY (i Florida, Plaintiffs Attorney, a cop know almost
UOCHKLLK HEATH, Plal.tilr.va thereof;vise decree pro con res so will I ,;
be entered against you. I :
NOAH ft. HEATH. Defendant WITNESS my hand and the official]
IN THE NAME AND BY THE seal of this Court at Jasper Florida,,
AUTHORITY OF THE STATEOF this 22nd day of March A. D. 1963.
FLORIDA: Thelma Lewis. ,. .. .'
TOt NOAH G. IIKATII. whose r-.idenre i- Clerk Circuit Court .
and address In Ort4 Tenth P. A. Avriett, would 1 choose : ;!
Street. Bay city, TexastA Jasper Florida i
sworn bill of complaint having Mar. 29. April 5, 12. 19. 1963 1 1J
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a\ "CALLED TO PREACH Is given to an 2 Tim 22 throughhis WHITE SPRINGS Lannie Harris Note of AppreciationI
word. Here in conclusion -. Deborah Allison i BETA cum INITIATION
then is the answer to L Gerald Parnell would like to thank all of those
In discussions with religiously Inclined '',that he wouldsend'tinrHolyspiriti ]I'a: God:caDed--"preachSF-When -an NEWS Julia Ann Feagle '> who made Heart Fund Drive_ a I I The Jennings Beta Club initiated
individuals! from day'b)day, (comforter) and whfs\_,he.' came.individaul learns througha Debbie Taylor. success.:'A'special thank you to all four new members recently. They
I so often"Hear the statement; "To ,he wguld bring to their remembrance study of God's word of the great i by Mrs,.Mary CoQIna Larry*Ogburn' :, ;, of the Women who went.from doorto '.were Elaine Smith and Martha
become a .gospel preacher, one" all things, whatsoever he door and
store to store. Funds i
must be called,vby GodJV} ,While I had, taught ,them Also that he,tplan of God salvation and"obeys he becomes the gospel a.'' Spring Mrs.'Correspondent Mary Collins ,.Li. the White Mary Bob White Ann'WhjbJcerMickey : '9";-J.... ..,." totaled $22123.*Another1' big thank Newsome and Edna,Mae Sophomores Creech,, 'Seniors.S. M. Deas
with this' statement t I (the Holy Spirit) would guide.them ple& give I to of
agree ., ; yet child in the famfly otGod, a mem- ajl Beauchamp you each_ ywi who contributed
completely'-disagree -with how this :into all ,truth. John 16:13 Jn 14:24- ber of the church.f r:which Christ } 327-3491 your White, In mite Springs news to,herat Michael Whitfie\J'*' *.* tto-th1s.worthy;_cause. "** |>, For the chapel program we used
calling; is affected by God. The 26. It was through this inspiration died. Acts 2:47, Col.'1:13. Springs 1 Rev Hebert Hendley the colors of the_ rainbow to stand
other day I was, told that God that the Bible which we now have I As he feeds upon the sincere SERVICESMaundy The Springs Woman's Society Chairman of the Hamilton for certain characteristics about
of Christian
Communion Service
Thursday held
speaks directly to that individualand j today wall( written and within milk of the word from County Heart Fund Drive the Beta dub with officers
day to day Service to.be held at the Metho- their monthly,meeting in the home our a
tells him to go preach and the contents of this word which contain ,
all and grows spiritually as he must dist church 7:30 pum. April nth.i i''of Mrs. Virginia Daniel on April 1. ----- member and sponsor giving the
save souls. I'm afraid that if one truth we learn how God 1 Pet. 2:2, he then becomes seriously I II
waited today until God spoke to him calls individuals either to obedience i Easter Sunrise Service to be heldon 7:00 p.m. There were sixteen members Mrs. things their place in the Beta dub
concerned: over the spiritual well Sally Wiggins gave the nominating
from heaven and gave this 'com or to become a proclaimer the church lawn 6:30 a.m. April and four visitors present.. I 'stood for. The rainbow was madeof
being of his fellow man and cannotbe : ,committee report on officers -!
mand, there would be no gospel (preacher) of his word. The great content to spend his time.and 14th. An invitation is extened to Mrs. Cora HiUhouse was presid-. for the .coming year. The Crepe paper which was pinned to

preachers on the face of this earth. ,commission as given by Christ,to energy in any other field of en everyone. ing. Mrs.interesting Mildred Young gave',the a meeting: next month was set for I the color of the paper on a rainbow

'. What are the teachings of God's his apostles was 'Go into an the deavor. He then accepts the calling A SPECIAL. TREAT FOR National very Council of program Churches.on Assisting -. May 6 at 7 p.m. at the home of! and draped over our shoulders
word on this calling and how it{world and preach the gospel to and challenge of.God affected thru 3f.Mr. P. her were Mrs. Elsie God-,i Mrs. Marie McDuffie. Everyone is|Mr. DeVane gave out the pins after
comes about? To answer this it,every creature/ Mark 16:15" Those the written word and begins devoting W B Feasle presented a dard and Miss Ruth.Goddard. !I cordially invited. This meetingwill the new members gave the pledge.We .
becomes necessary to study the who believed this preaching became his time and energy to telling snecfal nJ">ram and all the i ice be a Pledge Service for the !i are very happy to have these
j' Mrs. Elizabeth Griffin the
book of books the Bible and rightly children of God through obed- others what God demands in cream that the young people could gave coming year. new members which makes our
divide it's contents. We realize ience to this word ,and consequently order to have a home in heaven eat at the Sunday Evening Fellow- spiritual devotion on Ministering to,I I total membership 15.
that there was a time when God were added to the church. Acts throughout eternity He has been shin. There were quite a few of Christ ..
spoke directly and not through the 2:47. This had its beginning at called by God. Where the word is adults there also .and they ate their &-*447T ?T4 49&T- *<9T4T- **0T45QUALITY -- ---- q. -
written word. For example there Jerusalem Shortly after the estab- absent, there are none to preachthe share. He led the young group in jI
were what is called oral prophets lishment of the church in Jerusalem word-therefore none called orw' .and devotion and played in sTYLE '
,- VALUE .
who didn't write down their pro-,. there arose a persecution That's why it becomes necessary to few favorite tunes on his HarmonIca -I "
t I t I -
phecies. There was Moses to whom against the church, people who are send missionaries into the remote He displayed several posters AT: .
God spoke directly, but in Deu- saved make up the church) and corner of the earth to preach God's of articles clippings from the Jasper -
teronomy 18:18-19 God said (speaking they were scattered abroad due to .j'word. I|I News of special events, and I I Of'

of Christ) I will raise them upa j I this r?rsecution. Verse 4 of Acts ,]! Yes, I've been called to preach II ,Rave pamphlets and folders about DEDGEDUKE
prophet like unto thee, from chapter 8 says "They that were and you are invited to come and information: and1 history of Hamilton -I 0I
among their brethren, and I will scattered abroad went everywhere 'I listen ,or urged to allow me to I I County; 4 I
put my words into his mouth; and preaching the word. Ohl you say come into your home and study Everyone;} :enjoyed themselvesand
he shall speak unto them they were called to preach? Well I with you exactly as the word of left with a better knowledgeof
all that I 'shall command agree they were aH called, as it is God teaches. Come to the servicesof how their county and town they I I BIG SAVINGS for Cash or use'.w
him.? And It shall come to pass that .the responsibility of every Christian :j{I the Church of Christ which meets I I live in has crown: and nrosnered in':
whosoever will not harken'unto my 1..I to preach-teach the word of God>|'at Oak Grove, between Jasper and I I the past years and is still growinig. our Payment Plan Xq

words which he shall speak in my This priviledge, however Is restricted I'[Ir Jennings on highway 41, bring I I Everyone extends their thanks fora V,

name, I will require it of him." to women doing so in a private 'your note book find pencils along wonderful Vening.REVOGlnnON. to R. w+au,. .d. .., ,
Next let us notice the contents of capacity 1 Timothy 2:12: and the to compare that taught with the oracles I OF HONOR a i t rQ aw Si
Hebrews 1:1-2 "God, who at sun-.men in a public as well as private of God. We have no creed but Like the carriers of Uncle Sam's r
dry times and in diverse (different) capacity 2 Tim 4:2. Now we learn j the Bible. We have no head but mail, the White Springs School Patrol I I Refurnish your Living Room or x cam' '
manners spake in time past unto who is called to preach from the ,Christ. We have no desire but hea-I have rot been deterred by the
the fathers by the prophets, Hathin writings of Paul in 2 Tim 2:2;ven. 2 Tim. 3:16-17, Col, 1:181 Cor. rain ice or freezing winds of the I' every room in your house
these last days spoken unto us "And the things that thou hast I 15:58. past winter from being: on theirs]
by his son whom he hath appointedheir I heard of me among many witnesses posts at appointed time. The school
of all things, by whom he also f I the same commit thou to faithful patrol consists of the boys and girU
make the worlds." men, who -shall be able to teach 'llEiPSTOPk of Miss Mildred Shiver'.s.fifth and WE HAVE A LARGE SELECTION .

We can easily see from this that others also" Who then is called to sixth grades room, who have man

in the last days, that being the preach? Any faithful Christian man MALICIOUS aged to maintain an average gradeof & Duke Furniture
era in which we live God speaks 'who will obey the commands God. i I '#.i B or above. The following pupilsat Dedge Co.

;only through his son Jesus Quist. j j'To this the Hebrew writer adds WOODS BURNIN f!< I Janelle present. Tomlinson compose the Patrol:
Christ said in John 6:38, "I came | information. in Heb. 5:12. For 792-4961
not to do mine own will, but the .''when for the time ye ought to be --:- ; =- I Str: Ira StormantAmelia JASPERParade
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will of him Jhat sent me." Realizing teachers, ye have need that one I.!
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the fife of Christ. He chose his principal of.the oracles of God."
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erheremmedtothe Father Acts 10:34, the same calling

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.' You And Your School . I no criticism or opposition to their"I Burnham News 1 II- : '
I, t I program or plan of action. It is | By LOIS UPPERER Ii I f-/*

*H ..b.: M L Powell. Principal, Jasper Schools 1 I I their purpose to dominate and control -I Mrs. :Maggie Lou Zant spent the I
the and will of i Special
.> 4*O. thought men past two weeks in Ft. Pierce, with
The last regular session of the domination mrough deception,I throughout the world. They seek to her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. I
:Florida Legislature made it manda- double'dealing and brutality So sell and ImpoSe. upon the world .Douglas Zant. ShE reported a nice .
tory that the high schools of the I in a some what degree of complacency -i. their bill of goods. It is our job to time. : j .
state teach a unit of not less than our country and other educate -against this bill of goods .
six weeks on Cold War ''Tactics I democratic countries of the world 1! and this' ideology and to sell our I : J. A. Howell 0l.frs. has been con- ji Friday Saturday Sunday Only35c
referred to as like own brand of individual freedom
better known and have seen Communism spread j fined to Valdosta -Hospital for the
Communism., ) Versus Democracy. I a smouldering fire until it is almost and mass democracy to ourselves past several days. We hope Mrs. i
Florida was the,ready to burst into a raging con-|and to an peoples of the earth. ,Howell will soon be well and home j 50c 75c .--
first state in they the
flagration designed to engulf -
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nation to take world. By alerting our ,studentsnow
.-"'. I this step. Since we hope to dispel apathy and ttt1l. I Mr. ad Mr*. -Charles, Zipperer .. Beautify Your Home! 0I
'jthen several unconcern and to begin to stem the and son Randall of Starke spent the
f 52 states have tide of Communism.The I weekend1: with their parents and '

a f taken cognizance text for this course adoptedby grandparents Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Here's a "wrong" (upper CAMELLIA NURSERY .
I of this extremely the State Board of Public In- Y I Bryan of Jasper and Mr. and Mrs. right) and a right" (lower i I

e (important matter struction is: "The Meaning of SAY'' flnt! Bert Zipperer. left) In small boat operation. .,:M i J/2 Mile East of Jasper on Route 6 '.-, t'r
; and have The boat In the picture
Roberts MONEY! upper
Communism' by Miller, F0.I1tES 1 .
to have Mr. and Mrs. Auther Paul King if .o overloaded that it's dan- r .. ::
steps and Shulman and published by Silver i "r-iJ.: :. I' r \ : )-. ..... :_ "
I their schools to Burdette, Company. Just howit of Orlando spent the weekend with gerously close to the water i
and sister and familyMr. line. The lower sketch shows i -
include a unit or course on the evils is to be taugh will be left up to their fathers ..
of Communism. We feel that it is the inistructor in charge. Several of Paul King, Mr. and Mrs. Wal the correct trim of a boat, Ii -...
S and Mr. N. B. McLeodof two-thirds of It above waterline i -
highly fitting that such a courseor lph ,
our teachers and non-teachers have "< If) 5lIJWANNES ,
unit be taught and are making already taken this course at the Jasper. Having dinner' Sunday I Hit H a If P.,n.s. D t .JAI/t Y=12AIRiE$
provisions for it to be included as college level when it was: taught as with Mr. and :Mrs. Selph were ;
a definte part of our curriculum an extension class in our school I their sister and family Mr. and ADVERTISING I ......;;;;-. --..:.-_...;;.;...s;..
from year to year. I last spring. Mrs1. Stafford Scaff S.of Jasper. P A' Y S -. I NTHErJASPER ,t Our fresh rich coffee

Mr. Jimmie Coe head of our social It will be quite difficult to present ir I I
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science department will direct will give Java
I I Communism in comparison with or medicine. I : cream your
and teach this unit during .the last in contrast against Democracy. 'Is a cheap Lord I
six weeks of this term of school. Byson that extra something. Try
Communism is far more than a political Tallahassee..
In order that as many of our students -\I concept and!has,many tenets :Mr. and Mrh.: Garrard Sullivan tit .
may. benefit from this course that have no counter part whatsoverto and children of Macon spent'Saturday Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lee and children / some today '
and since this is the first time that I democratic principles and prac- and Sunday with their parents were up from Jacksonvilleover
it has been taught :Mr. Coe will tices. It is completely totalitarian t: and grandparents, Mr. .and Mrs. the weekend spending some .
teach it to all his American History I controlled by an exceedingly small Joe Sullivan. Also having dinner time with their parents and grandparents -
students in the nth grade and to I percentage of the people within any with Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Use Our ; )
those taking Problems of Democracy I country under it dominion. It has er dere, Mrs. Garrard Sullivan's parents McCulley. .
in the 12th grade. i its own system of labor ,its own Mr. and Mrs. Glenn of Auburn I S5 -J Quick Drive-In- --.
There are many reasons why it system of economics, its own system I dale, Florida. Miss Mildred Shiver and Mrs. ; Service
is important and essential that we of agriculture, its own systemof Cora HillhoUSe of White Springs
teach about the evils of Commu- education, its own legal system Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Howell and I visited :Miss Shiver's parents, Mr. N ON -
nism in the American Schools of and its plan of complete controlof :Mrs Franklin Gaston visited their I and :Mrs. Isaac Shiver Sunday af- f u) PURE, SWEET
to day. First of all we feel that it labor, industry, business and mother, :Mrs. Berth Blair Sunday ternoon. iffy Grab! fs noted MILK
is most urgent that our American property. It is completely atheisticand at the W. T. :Edwards hospital in * For lovely -'
youth should learn just what Com boasts of its antagonism to religion I LowAINiERisTcILO Mrs. Roe Zipperer: has been confined W ',.equally famous and other
munism: means, its purposes and of any kind., Communism to Pineview General Hospitalfo For Grad.A eggs. Dairy Products;
objectives in the world of today grants no freedom of thought freedom G TERM rthe past several days. We hope ,
and its plan of operation in achieving of action, freedom of religion, she will be well and home again
and maintaining these objec- or freedom of assembly to the non 1LOANS soon.
tives. Then, too we feel that our party member. The masses of the I Thru the S. .
students should get a clearer pic- non-party members of a Communist EASTER PROGRAMThe
ture and a better of Democracy told what to think .....,, .. -, 1 Christian Women's Fellowship & Vfl Iifciis
concept I' society are "'. > "'...., Ttfc -, #, ; Federal Land Bank I I u uwn OEE LLi
'and the American way of what to do, where to work and whatto tt1l. ] of Burnham Church will observe -
life as we know it ,have it and enjoy -I I believe. They ant in complete y_ don stow1"PHOTOGRAPHY- Live Oak : FO 2-1525 Easter Week of Prayer withan CASH
it today. We feel that it is unfortunate control to the will of the Communist Easter Program at the church MILK
that our schools have waited I Party. We have such a party at > I ThursdaY, April 11, at 8:00 p.m.
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so late to begin such a course of I work in the United States Their's t j jr .Everyone is invited to attend.

study as this. A spirit of apathy and is no two or tri party system, suchas LIVE OAK I
general unconcern has been and I' we know in America .There is xr. 0'J \" 1I

may continue to be our most severe I only one party and only one candidate 311 J 1 SCuth.Ohio. Avenue I
handicap in overcoming the evil I for any given office. When -- : i I I
and spread of Communism. For elections are held the candidateand \ ESCAPE ARTIST

all to many years too lithe atten- .' party are supported by 99 percent I
tion was given to the rise and I. of the voters. To fail to vote FLORIDA facts II
spread of Communism. When we is to have no sympathy for the I : '
If you'd like to but
it did with dull- escape everything pure enchantment
read about we so a party and to vote against the party I
ness and vagueness & lackidasical I subjects one to dire consequences.On f ,try this Chevy II Nova SS with full Super Sport _
interest in home new political ideology the basis of fear and submissiveness I equipment. Special instrument cluster. Front bucket
that was trying*to get controlin I the party. enjoys a healthy seats. All-vinyl interior. Distinctive SS identification.

far off Russia. We were slow in J I endorsement. Communism is an i. Full wheel disks. Choice of three-speed shift or floor. .

recognizing that Communism was I ideology supported by an intense t Rit .y mounted Powerglide automatic with\ sporty range
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I Perez. i Florida where they had spent tie of making'I an office for this Co.JI dresses j': in thep division.:' CARD OF THANKS

and Mrs. Martin Tearing out some parntJens-and],[-Four: young ladies.reported the
j'i ..t" !I This doctor practised medicine winter. Mr. are The family of R. M. Law wish to
I @I.I :II retired ,teachers. They taught 12 windows and doors out-dated long different'classifications each related }
for 20 The are
f sincere thank f
c[Irk Qiba? yearn express Qua :you or I Is
in. laska. They are persent-: ago. He is making a place of somewhat to the Orbit theme. .
such! that_ he s1 havteg to do intern- years : them -ezffessibns of loveandsympathy
. 'ga 'liR S.jt} 1[ship again and;the Florida laws re- Jy engaed: traveling a bit; with .credit to his Co. and to Jasper. 1 1( ;:Rebecca Dedgeiaas'rastttmed in shafts dhringthexecerd' )"

.;. I's-' 1 I[quire jfbJ&iears' residence before I a European tour inr:fl&TpliS lfor* =North of' the depot about. 3 blocks a".frock?'of new paper mss., !ea I I the suinnief. __ .- -tanks" are ,being installed. TheiSuregasCo. '.the latesrOtbifr.. : :before the
1 fa doctor 'CaI\get his license. fthe I" wife ,and mother Jfellie Law.. '
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Is'h: tue of state. /, '' & a, branch of the : Your token of love and-
The Jasper Home ,Demonstration every )
rand children
Virgi Lewis a' like
I |>ijdrPetty : : SpaceIIelmet h real
r 1 ; Club met Tuesday, April '2; at 9:30 'He' left'ama'several years ago Ann and: Jimmy of Orlando one' in LakeCity.;The:supply for I astronaut,, will always be remembered by us
this wilt be
In .
; at the Florida Power Lounge. It as the present regime was com- and Wallace Lewis of Tallahassee area Jasper.It I all.
loos -Inoe a good thing for all Nell Dedge wore a. balloon dress
I was moved up this time because of ing into power were here the past weekend with balloons popping at unexpected
!' conflict, of interest. The theme of .' .*' their mother Mrs. W. A. Lewis.. She ,concerned. I I
i 5 # i times and a paper plate on her
It t I the studies now is eImprove- Harry T. ,Reid 'has just planted tells me Betty Sue Graham, who:i I Parents are especially urged to 1
]II head with balloons suspended. All
t ment and Tuesday's lesson was on 50 roses-filling in where some had teaches in Maitland will be marriedin 1 Arrii 'i6-.is Hamilton'County.Dayat i this to introduce the dress secion of :enjoy this and to observe progress 'I
Scale and Balance of Furnishings.This I died. His way of planting is this: July: Stephen.Foster MemoriaL The' that is being made by the students. \
the show and the unpredictable
was presented by Wilma dig hole, and mix a half pint bone- j Seniors 0/7;Jennings High will have of fashions., April 26th the Jennings P. T. A. : A
White. She used the blackboard,meal thoroly.wjth soiL When the Tempi Drescher, another ros- the program. will sponsor a Sing in the school I .... ...1. ___.
and pictures to illustrate. ,The plants begin: to leaf he spreads half arian, grew such gorgeous roses ]I e e e Terry Barmen introduced the coat auditorium. One of the attractions
discussion was interested and interesting 'a teacup of 'VTgoro-keeps them last year at their home on the V. F. 1 fr, and Mrs. John Arrington and and suit section the boxy style will be the Georgian Quartette and I :'liPlElIiIIT.! \

J. .* v"Furnishings should be sprayed. tkn<3 Watered, and presto! W. highway. children Kevin and Kaye came, on so much in vogue by wearing a Mr. Wary Fowler of Nashville will 1 toys...
< Ii -* ,s (i the weekend for several days with I corrugated box for the miracle >. ra
to each other to the This year, with Bob's promotion, be there. I rroai
.. room and to the person" Dr..Jim
4- . std Petersburg;Were here with Dr. Power cottage aria Tempi is'pga: I :i Kathy Dedge asserted the feminine -j I Ij r + a.blfbtMtf1I7' rI
1 Azaleas are a sight when that ammtmlool.
Mrs. fickler March
and sorry "
I The 4-H boys and girls will : : Saturday, busy-in her garden. I asked her for i I j i There J was; a meeting Saturday presence on the planetts by r.

I '", have contest! this 30, looking locate.us over It as a probableplace' second her method in rose- culture. She ,,I I, March 30 of the Stephen Foster I weaning a pale green grown with I I they are shedding.* .{ SIoNyowpalaapd, rsuf. :

day.. to was the said she just went by the book-I i Folklore-Guild. Mr. Aubrey Fowler tea bags galore. Her head dress ;.I Mr. J. C. Cannady and son Randy .pJoce- I'
You are most cordially invited to Raw time 'Dr.* : Bawls has been. The dug: a good hole, made a is! presid rC Mr. Foster Barnes, was a plate and cup and a tea bag. went Sunday to Moultrie to help the g mad teaw'a a...Let 01 :;

this affair. .I have four'children, the old mound, to rest the roots on, put in 1 I 1! Treasurer; Dr. Alton Morris, Folklore The models !or this original. presentation father, Mr R. L. Cannady celebrate g Ite Jwtnaa rea" :;
;::-t"; I est in.:the;third grade,of school. Atpresentvprv the dirt and watered it good. After advisor.: Mrs. Barbara Beau- were 'his 76th birthday. I I

Joe;.and Maybelle Harper and I ;;: :; RaWls71s doing his danger of frost was past she'be- 'Irharrm. Secretary, Mr. Chubby. From White Springs >....- Linda I i I 5 5 THE{ NATIONAL' iOFLE. 5'

j!, residency work' at Mound' Park i gins to feed it ,grow-tone andolusts WhiteheadV.Folk dance Consultant. ;WaKEroi, Sara and Sharon Wiggins, Mrs. J. C. Cannady Patsy. and ASSOCIATION t odw. lrt
several Hospital; StJ Pete. ; with Acme rose dust from Brownes "'I I Members are from different, sections -,jKrystal White, Jasper 'Sharon .shooting safety f it
on the weekend and Monday went I I The'fishbjg, holes, ponds, rivers I I She is sure the* soil has much : ot'he' State. (.Sapp. Edna Barker, Inez McGhfn '.day last went week up to to see Moultrie the little one 3 *.---.-?....---.*

,. on to Homerville to visit Maybelle's I and etc. seemed to interest them. to do with the success and she Three;t!fhorit.Hamilton County asMandetlEvener Kathy :Mitchell Jan Hunter Lou year old nephew who is in the hospital

mother. It's the.first time the little Jasper -.doesn't make a good thinks moving her roses gave them Grace Stephens, and I Libby Bullard Amelia Ann with both
arms broken. It
has been his showing" nil the surface but deep '
boy visiting grandpar- a 1 harder time. Barbara Pearman. Bul-
ents. I down ifs a wonderful place to call It aD 'was.... an automobile accident.
Ii seems so simple, but it ain't I The guild was established in I I, ....
S'S. i i home. *, 1952-support and assist in planh'I I j I Gall Goolsby, Ibera Cooper Elizabeth "' ,
1 ; The Davey Tree Experts do a Martha Caldwell pent the weekend Lasiter, Grace Langsdale oI "
for the Festival =- by the Stephen j|I I
Mr.and"Mrs., of
L Billy Geiger with her daughter in Valdosta. WE HAVE
neat job taking? down a tree. Th; Foster Memorial Commission. Diane Clardy, Betty Davis. ..
swinging crane takes the'man with Clearwater are guests of Mr. and) They: too were working in their I '.'-. .-. Refreshments followed the Fashion ( : .

the electric saw to the topmost Mrs O. W. Norwood for a few days.Th'ey yards and among other things set- Mr. Show and served from an at-(

branches and then the 'small limbs their are hostess Interested and gardenersasIs making ting out roses.. J and JohnnyMcQacken Mrs. fed. McCracken, son has of enlisted tractive tea tables done in a prink ::. .-; ; ALL SIZES ,
they are
into hopper and ground and white effect. ,-! : .
put a -
are '
in tha U. S. Army for three
trips to the different nurseriesin I've heard it said that a good 1
up. i!I this, Section.' farmer has clean fence jams. Itlooks years and is stationed at Ft. Gor- OF
What do they do with the sawdust .. don for nine weeks of boot traiining Miss Patsy Cannady whose approaching
: ,better: Many garden
? It would make good mulch,j I I .anyway. . marriage to Mr. L. M. I
The edger i Crews m of Live Oak is occasioning -
:. How much easier it would be if I j[the cemetery seems not. to have But the fence jams are sometime The Fashion Show of Home Dem- much interest .was entertained

We didn't hoard things-and spring i(,I been used. hick" with weeds.and! trash. onstration Clubs of Hamilton Co.Wyhna3Khite .- Thursday, March 28 at a coco cola FILMS'Also
H. D.
is such a.good time to get rid of:I I agent. i party in that city. Her hostesseswere
March Bird month Garden
i I The crabapple from the nurseries was on The Hamilton County Clubs had
extras we neveruse clothes, dishes Mrs. Ralph Cox and Mrs.
I that that from dub calendar. At thd'meeting
are deeper pink their annual Fashion Show Friday
bric-a-brac, and old hates,JI
>, I the woods around here. Mrs. Nor last week, Mrs. Oscar Ratliff chair- evening, 'March 29, at the : 1 I Harvey Perry. The rooms had an
grudges. .. wood man of "Birds" had charge of the atmosphere of spring with lovely
S i brought me beautiful spray The attendance was good V.F.W.1 I
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azaleas. She presented gifts of
Bro. O. a Howell will be the ,,from her.tree which her son Olin program. Miss Ball director o fthe show was excellent. y was Polaroid

': speaker at the Sunrise Easter Seri I had brought her from Atlanta whenhe Suwannee Regional Library presented The theme was Fashions in Orbit, her chosen silver. .
vice at the ball park. The hour is was in school at Emory. : a lovely{ film on birds with. the original in plans'and' execution. Sil- Going to Live Oakwith Miss "': FLASH BULBS ENLARGING
; six I .. the bird notes audible. Canady were her mother, 'Mrs. J. ;
a.m.Friday, : stars the blue background
against -
1, 1 I A covered dish afternoon tea ver I C. and Mrs. Ernest Chand -.
w III f Mrs. Dorman made a visit to was the illusion of Cannady :24.hour
March 29, :Mrs. Cecil Jacksonville to see the little granddaughter enjoyed by this group 'meeting at gave space- >r.i :; Developing
the moon "our: aim and three mis- ..
:. Vann and Mrs. Thomas Bridges this time at the Power Lounge. I *
Nancy; and Peter Rum-
.1 i seles ready for the take off and a 1 '
took 14 G. A.'S to the Philadelphia pel's baby. Maude Havener is Club president.
robot to bring it to earth. .
:. -" Baptist Church for the Associational I ; I Because of the Easterholiday, j
G.A. meeting. I l I Many: Jasper folks want to know Marji Dedge gave the devotional. the Jennings P. T. A. is moving
J | In an effort to be individual and what is going on at the Coast line 1 Matt :bearable was master of Cere their regular meeting this month QClje 31aper Jews :
j non-conformist sometimesi
I In the ministers' meeting Monday we are depot. I went to the Agent, Mr. O.F. ponies, Linda Fincannon, Narrator to Monday April 22nd at the high!

r morning they voted to urge i just plain ornery.. Nunn, (Mr. Nunn is a brother of I. Sharon.Sapp, Pianist. : school auditorium The English

t it' their congrefations to write their Esther Home and Claudia Aier Mrs. Cora Hfllhouse and the late I There were four classification class will observe Open House and

'-t I ; Congressman to vote to outlaw the I were' over Sunday afternoon for a Miss Vonie Nunn) He told me part children wear, Coats and suits and the 9th grade will present a,play. i---- ....... ---... .....
\I i i sale of beer and such liquors in short visit. of the building had been leased to ,

:.' the grocery stores, and to vote for I the Suregas Co. and referred me to. wI -
Sunday closing of all stores. I Mrs. Martha Caldwell has news the mn in charge, Mr. Morgan ;:
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of a new granddaughter in Calif., who has been assigned the task \. t'+*+
At the First Baptist Church-the daughter of Mr.. and :Mrs. Jack --- -- ': $

Adult and Youth Choir will combine -J Caldwelll.The)jttJe lady is named -

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;1.2.518OMp GAS ...C9 ERS. Try us. Phone m:6 931.

:-......HOLLOWAY Watch for a red date on 'your '1

1 dry cleaning 'ticket-its worth "' ,;, 'I
$3.00 In dry cleaning 'trade. 1 "9;'
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It's real fun at the Billows, overlooking ..,., 'toihe. IS i

the Gvlt.Full sized kitchen apartments, Fir U. ,ef 0wMri'

completely furnished, boron Hie family. ; HflBifi ... Ct.- '. -' '"' -
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bathing shopping, racetracks : I it3wrNy

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iJ\pproaches- 1IIiBRIDE '- Class Postage Paid at Jasper Floridae

Subscriptions Strictly in Advance ..

The tests of the College Entrance i',e.- $3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County'
Examination Board will be admin- ........
istered in the Student Center at the Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum

HAY CASON* North Florida Junior College on FOR THOR BriTEK KZSCAKCH FARM CXMTOt UVlNC Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 .

Ray Casern 46, resident of Genoa morning May IS, at 9
Saturday A sidewalk is rather. simple Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers
died at his home there Wednesday o'clock. I I I to build and makes a good pro- I -- --- ,
-afternoon. ject for teenagers of the family
Survivors are two daughters. Deadline for requesting these to help construct.
Miss Suzette Cason and Miss Teina tests without penalty fee is April Here are a few tips:
ae Cason both of White Springs; 20. By paying a late registration Dig the sidewalk bed about ihiSiiiiifrt:
three inches Check the
his mother Mrs. Annie Cason of fee, students may register until deep.
drainage. If the soil holds
Jasper; two sisters Mrs. John I May.2. moisture and drainage is poor
Thigpen of New" Port Riche ., and dig another,aJ.x-inches and,fill. .
i .1tfrs..E..A. Registrationforms: 'may ,be otf. with gravel. or'cinders. If earth .* i
He was a veteran of World War I tamed from high school counselors. I II is well drained, concrete can be j'- :
poured after earth has been ,
H. Funeral ,services will be held .
1 packed solid with a tamper. s' l
Friday at four p.m. in the chapelof Judge Hicks Fort Very ill

,Harry T.; Reid ,Funeral Home. I r/

Interment will. be, in Evergreen Judge Hicks Fort was taken to f II
Cemetery. Pineview Hospital Saturday after- s> "> .. .
;: if! noon and at this writing continuesto ----
MRS. DORUTIIT SHIVER I I be very seriously ill. His many '"'=- -. ,_

Mrs. Dorothy TomDnson Shiver, : friends have him and Marie Adams|I ,
1 42, resident of TTomerviile, Georgia': Fort at heart and wish him a II III Tie halt with tie f i6olielr t I II II It

died Tuesday in the Homerville|I speedy recovery. Dace ... Ii
Hospital from pistol wounds inflict-: C4Y y i
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ed by her husband Henry Curtiss cTktvSftxE klKpvllreas= u
I I skte'Nes C7uetgA4GY e'A'e, 4Y/iy
Shiver, chief of police of Home I
ville. Mr. Shiver killed himself! Phillips of Jasper Mrs. D. L. Bass 3 jeV'Yi ,y, I IR THS.(wAl7Kt GAANQ*Ot1tfi ZteK+!!OFBQf&AM i'b4 RS 'f/
after wounding his wife. |and Mrs Winnie Fay Jolley both I ateEA diOfA5NA145K AEYFR E wr.latoCF4L'MSAEvUaES
Survivors are her father, William of Jacksonville, and one brother, I .

Candler; three Tomlinson sons James Echols E. Fielding County ., i!W.Funeral C. Tomlinson services Jr,were of Jacksonville held Thursday .I A sidewalk for Is teenagers.a good project I-_ ___ j 1 1I I fXOM I9mNfANS TfK HOttO ELf-ASWCLLAS l -

Construct forms of 2 by 4 i .
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George Fielding, Jim Fielding, all at two pan. in Sardis Baptist 1j
inch Drive 1 2-inch
stock by
of Homerville, two daughters Mrs. I Church in 'Echols County, Georgia. .stakes at regular intervals to .arr t s j I -Feathered Strength

Lavon Sandlin of Lake Park Ga..I Interment will be in Hebron Cemetery -I. support the forms. Crosspieces. ,r. 1j

Quendlyn Janice Crosby of Homer- I! near Jasper.. Harry T. Reid should be located every four or ____ __ j b ,,,, _. ITS EANDWEJem OF"- ';

ville; three sisters, Mrs. W. P.I Funeral Home is in charge. I six The feet.top of. the walk ftiould I 1H& fEATNERIRD TXE STRONGEST

---- - I be at least an inch above the

DIRECTVf THE OCEAN ON DaItt na Beach :'ncepA half angled ground inch from surface for one-fourth proper and should drainage.Now to one be. G

Largest and Finest Heated Pool Color TV Lounge concrete.you're Be certain ready to to pour use the the I Y S'AVINGS BONDS.; I 1 .
Fr. Golf Restaurant Lounge same concrete mixture for the .

Entertainment Deluxe Room and Efficiencies full depth of the sidewalk MISS SSAYS Mr. and"' ') rs. William Burke )tXI CAN MAK a..c i:: e cJIf:THAT EiY J/OME )bllYi=Alft tYSQEaMF ,
Effictenciet from $63 per wk.. If you've used crosspieces. VOWS WITH. JOE W- {.Norris announces the coming Mar 4C-MV BE MORE cJI8OENr 71IArtX1 BE
Bedroom from $60 per wk. f pour forms concrete- leaving Into* every alternate other CROSBY riage of"- their daughter Geraldineto ABU:7Q atavfi ND F tuoyfilNA FREE WORLD.!

See your Travel Agent or writ. form empty until 'the fined Sp 14 Larry L. Huddleston son
ROBERT CORDES,Mgr. I to The beautiful home of Mr. and Huddleston of ,
sections are solid encjjjeh hold of Mr. and Mrs. ,Jean '
Phone their shape. Then tare out the I Mrs. Mallory Tuten of Jasper was Clarks Hill. Indiana. .& 1 ..
CL 2-0431 crosspieces and fill the empty ., i will
: The double ring ceremony
sections. -; I CHAMPIONSHIP
Contractors use power-driven pf i.}i. ; 'H' / i take place. on April 14 in Mark ra oRODEO

trowels to speed completion of Jf }' i I Twain Chapel in Heidleberg, Ger..
their cement work. They are as ,\ The couple both currently serve-
easy to operate as a power lawn 'ing with the U. S. Army are stationed
/ & mower. You can probably rent > : at the 130th Station Hospital,
me in your vicinity. 'I
::t In Heidelberg.

f 1 (Address your rfa-tt-r.urs lf problems $
or questions; .. Thor Research Center, ] .
Aurora, $11.. They wil be .swered'kr _.<.:':'1 HENLEY MILLER
j eared ec I* this coluaaJ R* :;; Miss Florene Nell Henley and Sat. Sun. 6-7

r. s ; Walter Sammy Miller of Jasper, Apr.
J i '/AW. exchanged marriage vows at the
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First Baptist Church Saturday,*
.. ':: March 23. The church pastor. Dr. 8:00 P. M. SATURDAY 2:30 SUNDAY

., ..4 < H. Grady Ketchum. officiated at
'." --' :, < :.. "' ,.,.1.1-. L I the double: ring ceremony at 2 p.m. PARADE SATURDAY AT 4:00 'p me

Kitchens GLEAM... :; ,, :: ', : Mr* and Mrs. Irby C. Henley of
: < Jackson are parents of the bride,,
; Sponsored by Suwannee Riding Club
; ..Jt_ "H-"",,#:t and the groom is the son of W.Raleigh .
: 1 1 Miller and the late Mrs. RODEO HEADQUARTERS:
8T8V <. Miller of Jasper.A .
] I program of nuptial selections: MOSES SERVICE STATION
were rendered by Miss Carol Page-
the setting at 3 p.m. March 31 for Ison soloist and Miss Annie Laura BRANFORD FLORIDA
,. the marriage of Miss Judy Evelyn .
Phillips, organist.At
and CLEAN.- Skeen and Jo Warren Crosby, r
the altar was a central arrangement
Miss Skeen is the daughter of I flanked on either side
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Skeen of Jasper candelabrawith
by seven
I and Joe is the son of Mr .and Mrs. back of
To the
white tapers.
Dan Crosby of StatenviUe, Ga. STUMP BROS.
choir loft were palm trees
cook witb,4sew/ The Rev. Tom W. Allen, Baptist ,j Miss Rebecca Henly was her sister's
minister of Uve Oak performer the
.. double ring ceremony at an improvised i sister.maid Miss of Nancy honor Henley and was 300 South Patterson, Valdosta, Georgia

You are In the center of a kitchen full of modern cooking 4; altar which was formed by,junior bridesmaid. They wore dres-
two candelabras. There were decorated
wizardry with your pew electric range. Surrounded by with white. and green thebride's 'that es of featured frosted green rounded polished necklines cotton BUILDINGSUPPLIES.

cleanliness, each meal. takes shape beautifully. You As Miss colors Ruth Devane played the and elbow length sleeves. At the .J
flat bows that topped
/ waistline were
are in control of precision cooking set a dial ,and every wedding march the bride the was altar.escorted II bouffant skirts. White gamellias -
by her father to .
used in the cresent bouquets
_:' -- pot and pan becomes an automatic She wore a short white nylon voTIe were carried by the attendants.The .
which had lace inserts and tiny
extension of cooking know-how. Thereis groom had his father as best '
your She white hat and
tucks. wore a QUALITY FIRST
with Curtis O'Daniel of Tallahassee -
0' no flame to worry about. -no soot, ,.Jfl carried a white Bible, a gift white from Ala. as groomsman. Ushers
which a
her pastor on t '
Hauldin of Gainesville BUILT INOVENANDCOOK
: no fumes you're safe.-You have more orchid and streamers of white satin were Harry '
; and Dave Collier of 192.36
ribbon.She carried a white hand | :TOP* Westinghouse .'. . .
1 : ::, r power to please your family u.re a. I kerchief which was 75 other years brides.old and'I Arab, Ala.Immediately. following the' ceremony ATTIC FAN, 36-inch, '

t, part of the majority of Florida ,had been carried by thebride's a reception was held in the With Shutter . 72 00
: Miss Brenda Butler served as I Han of the church. < I. : : . .. .
homemakers who cook electrically. maid of honor and only Fellowship -
beautiful The bride's table was covered ,
s attendant. She wore a 18 00
dress of green organza. Her headpiece with a white linen cloth centered Atlas c,.. .... . . . . .
She carried a with a three banched candelabra .
was green. .
r MODERN -- based with white gladioli. A one
of white mumh.
r Raymond McCloud was Joe's best end was the three-tiered wedding GUARDS . . . . 5.90: ;

EFFKIiNT, man. The candles were lighted-by cake and &\the A'C other? was" the crystal DOOR} MAHOGANY .' : '
Chuck Butler and Sylvester Holland punch service.Mrs -, 4.75T
:4.S bride's mother wore pink *. Frank Baraee comlpeted 2-0 x 6-8'--. .. : : ... .
L. : LIVING \ The serving the cake and was assisted I SCREEN '_ ,
:: I & nylon voile and a white corsage. DOOR ; ., L

A The grooms mother wore a blue I b 4;Mrs.Mrs. Cecil Hubert White Bolen of ol Mobile Mcintosh, an- 2-8 x 68* %>: .-.0'9 i 1'> 9
N w
: voile and a white corsage.
.1 .. -. other aunt of the bride dispensed SCREEN
- Mrs. Mallory Tuten wore a polish WINDOW Aluminum

S '7. __ iIc figured cotton and a"white-cor'- Bolen punch tales assisted of Mobile.by Mrs. Luciius E. 2-8 x6f it...,-c.i,!. ... ... . . -,. Z 56
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sage.The grandmother wore The couple is at home at Auburn AD PLYWOOD: "
where the is a
blue and a white corsage. senior University in the school of education.groom SHEET r v.ti .. . . . 6.90
a receiving '
After the ceremony
r formed near the doorway Among the ouf- atia guests !% AD PLYWOOD- '
line was
[and the couple was greeted by, an were: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith Fla. SH EJt.sue.,.. 'l.. . . . .' .2, .35
and'son Jerry.Jr. of Jasper,
guests.Then followed a reception in the Mrs. L. E. Miller of Jacksonville PREFINISH ;D> PLYWOOD '5.10

iI spacious rooms of the Tuten'borne. Fla. Mr. and Mrs Cecil White MAHOC'ANY, . . . . _
t Mrs. L, E Bolen and Mrs -0
decorated Mr. and .
From a beautifullly BiRcnrur.-.r i
table punch and wedding cake was Albert Tellier and daughter Carolynof . '. .
served by Mrs. Elbert HughesandMrs. Mobile; Walter Stickney, Jim y& -SHEETROOC! ,

Bobby Wigglesworth." ...Here Flanagan, ,Larry Hutcheson Owens Walter 4x8 SHEET .r>..;;-. ... .,.. L40
Steve Turley
and white was used. ,The Thompson-
green an of Auburn OAK FLOORING NO.: I COM
Irish Boals. Sandy
e ms __ .::::.' table was overlaid with an
:;::::::.:-:.:-. linen cloth. -:-- University and Ray Stacy of Per ,MX. . .-. . . ..' 1 85.00 !
: :: The house was very attractive Tuscaloesar. .
n u@@@ FELT 15 lb.Per -
of .
... with gorgeous arrangements ""
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green and white A tall arrangement FII GUIDES R5Uu.i, .. . .'... .
-iwi of white roses was on the .. ;-
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the brides book was "A to Z" ,
table where ), -
; iii LOCKS''. .- !liLIGHT -.';':_!> .. .. .
- _- kept by Miss Linda Wetherington. THE 3ASPER NEWS < iIIJ: ,,'!.R ./
:: : "There were 40 guests present for BULBS .. %. *= t:1.. -

fi the wedding.with the Mrs.class Crosby of 1963 will in graduate Jen- FENCE POSTS, POLES' Ea. _. ." ..:. ..''. .'. ;-....d -. . ;. .20.

[.. .. School Joe graduated Pressure Creosoted to ALUMINUM.AWNi
High G
WWWe41d/ .::..:-:,:..:: Ings WINDOWtokK
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: Lit. FUORIDA POWER CORPORATION ::: :::":::: from is Echols in business County with High his father. Seethent last W..I a lifetime. NO. 23, NU..AIR. . . . AO.TO

'.,-J-' xwr,M...,nsa..mswc.-. ... RS araee- et/II1WIP "": tt'\:' left During for an the undisclosed reception honeymoon.the couple Preerrmg Co, See Us For All Your Building Needs j

t Upon their return they win live in Baldwin. FIa. 266-4251

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