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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
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PRICE 10c PER COPY $3.00'PER YEAR HAMILTON COUNTY JASPER 1 FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1963 VOLUME 93, NUMBER 23Letters


!! r = TKEEP FiQM I 4-H eiublprls{ Seek To Revive BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETS MONDAY NIGHT


) I Attend Short Riding ClubA The Board of Directors of the Hamilton County

to US.MAILI : BETWEEN 1 Chamber of Commerce will meet Monday night, June 13,

Course j representative of the Live Oak at 8:00 o'clock in the Chamber of Commerce Office in

J t 1- Riding Club was in Jasper this the City Halt Building in Jasper. All Board membersare
Five-hundred,of Florida's top 4-H week seeking to schdule a joint
:' u' he..Edtor. .. fI 4 Club girls will be"on hand at Flori horse rally including the Jasper urged to be present and visitirs are welcome to attend

I ',' J ad da. State University,Tallahassee on Riding dub..He reported that-Rid; for any reason or to just listen, if they desire.
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1 Monday, .June-3D for a week of ing Clubs of Live Oak Lake City .

L ,education in 4.HSeadership. and Branford were seeking a fourth The of
::1 I Consolidation The 48ttf"AnraSl; State Girls 4-H Club to join with them in holdingbig Importance Spoken Englishby

Reader Opposes I dub Short, Co rSill open Monday rallies in each community com John T. MillerIn
evening with a welcome from plete with trophies for contest winners known
-(. to require docum
pUry
;.; TO THE EDITOR: consequences to our own school. As I Dr. Gordon W. Backwell, presidentof ; and joint trail rides on other the realm of human achieve proof. One example. however wilt
The number of who it is we have*'a high ranking agriculture -f Jij\iillIDID{ @li@
persons Florida and
:' "" ,andi I [; [ I I Sta1! University occassions.The ment there is no art more highly be given. A candidate seeking a
:' have climbedTupon the box Home Economic Maeikes
I'j fA" soap ] ; Miss Anna state home Jasper Riding Club is dormant valued than that of spoken English. position as professor of history in a
i. ".:. lately for consolidating the schools Commercial Departments. If 'the i'1-. demonstration agent. at present, but it is known a Those who have succeeded in the well known woman's college was
'. y has been many and varied. They schools are consolidated we will 'it : JENNINGS FFA ELECTS. Following the theme "4-H Buildson nucleus of riders is still here, as I mastery of this coveted prize havein eliminated after an interview with
have one thing in common though t lose Home EC. and Commercial our American Heritage," state weD horses. If club
our-ago j! NEW OFFICERS. -- ..; as many a new their possession one of the essential the president. He may have known
X;:" ." most of them do not pay the taxes Departments. This leaves the leaders will present varous aspectsof can be formed .they are invited to 1 factors found in constructive his history but his language deficiency -

r- <', that will be assessed, but they can I 8th and 9th grades,without this important Monday night, :May: 20, the Jennings our_ heritage. Secretary of State' call or write Robert Holmes, Rt. and productive living. In fact was so noticeable that he was
vote the tax on those who do. I training. This fact is pro-I I. FFA Chapter held a regular Tom, Adams- will discuss America's 4, Live Oak: to make further plans. the abhty to clothe one thoughts in not considered suitable for the po
I 1t. do not say all fit this category, but I vent by the consolidation of the [meeting with President Jerry Blair .economical and political heritageand foe Live Oak Club rides every appropriate phraseology before sition. Other similar examples
.. I do say" far too many do! Until!Colored school. 'It' Mrs. Myron R. Blee president Sunday at the Coliseum has
or a
} ( presiding, and 25 members present. i sending them out is an absolute requirement could be given. This dtficiency
l .''. f, this situation has been remedied j t' There are many aspects to be! The first important business was, Florida Congress of Uarent Tea- trailride.; June 16 a big trail ride is for entrance and ad- would not be detrimental to a man
' '" there can be no fair bond election [I considered in this proposed plan. conferring the Chapter :farm Degree chers Association' will talk> on cuLtural planned. Everyone is invited nearly vancement in social and political seeking work on a farm or factory.
.< : kind.Statistics .
of any ; Lets consider the transportation: upon boys who met the necessary heritage. any Sunday about 2:00: p.m. life. Finally facility in the selectionand The ability to achieve mastery in

"';. : do not prove that the problem. There are many! children qualifications.Next Dr. MO.. Watkins, director use of correct speech has the language! arts is a relative mat-
.4 ... size of a school makes a child more I getting on buses far too early and i item of business was the Florida Agricultural Extension Ser- Local Members ToAttend recognized value in the higher ter. Most of US-including the

or less'successful in college. Even ,getting home too late. Think of the 1 1I (election officers for the coming vice, will define 'citizenship_ especially levels of every department of \\Titer-will have to settle for less
; students from the largest schoolsof t smaller children having(; to arrive: year. 'The Senior boys acted as as related to 4-H Club human experience. than mastery. The problem, how-
Jax and other cities have theirlion's 30 minutes or more earlier at Jennings I the nominating committee and nominated work. Mrs. Lewis Bevis: TaHa-: StateConvention FFA ''Attention to and the cultivation of ever, is far from hopeless. Thereis

}"" share of college drop-outs. so the older ones can go on to I the boys they felt best I hassee homeaker and civic leader, I correct speech should begin in the no cause for despair All of us
I Motivation for a college education Jasper. The mileage added on from qualified to hold offffice. President: will,discuss spiritual heritage and i home during the pre-school period can make improvement in our ability
,""- is not related to the size of a school I I Jennings would be 600 miles per Jerry Blair opened the floor for I Dr.,. Stanley J. Marshall' hea dof and be continued in the school as to use the English language if
but to its quality. Unless Jasper month, 5400'a and 16.200 miles !I nomination and several> mem? science education; Florida State. long as there exists a.need Tor it.In we care to do so. Concentrated
year Next week June 11-14 the
discover for '
can a pill motivation Thirty-
., ( for the 3 tenure. In White : bers were nominated. The following i University ,wil Italic on educational [ language development the environment study and intelligent practice will
years
I don't believe they can do anything I Fifth Annual State Convention of
additional were elected: i heritage: I II in which one is reared Isprobably. bring surprising results. Ordinary
it
Springs weld be an
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n to make higher education easier the Florida Association will be held
President, Bill Butler Dr. E. Lauran. Chalmers, Jr. i than that will
i 720 miles per montn 6,480 miles a I more important ability accomplish more when
in
for the Auditorium at
Peabody Day-
anyone. ;year and 19,440 miles for 3 years.If I Vice.President, Wayne Frier Assistant dean .faculties, Florida of formal instruction in the school properly used and directed than
It has been 'proven on the other I bigger schools were better, how I Secretary, Robert Keeling I State University\ will present the tona Beach. room. Both of these factors how. marked talen unmotivated by an
hand that consolidating schools !much better to send White Springs Treasurer Jim Bates I I challenge of leadership when new Around 800 Future, Farmers from ever are desiarable and their efforts urge to realize its potentials. If
does increase high school dropouts.This Sentinel Curtis Wetherington. State 4-H' Council 'officers are installed all parts of the State including: should be organized and dir- you are interested In improvingyour
is has been to Lake City as it is only 12 miles I David! Brengle State President,
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a problem that Reporter, Harry Pennington rected toward making correct speech there is no reason why
plaguing authorities for some time. away and k is 18 miles to JasperIn I will have their of Lynwood Simmons First Vice Pre-
The girls pick i speech a matter of habitual action. you should not make the effort.
... The incentive to graduate from the Jennings area we have f classes in musical,t food science I sident, Elmo Douglas Second Vice Speech must function without conscious Correct speech pays handsome div
"' high school is lessened'by not baying students much nearer Madison than r career exploration"recreation: ,, new President, David King 3rd Vice efforts if it is to appear nat- idends.
Jasper. Any person voting this President, Dale Gavin 4th Vice
the opportunity-or feeling of == writing Wardrobe' rflanning health I ural and most effective. -. 4
belonging that comes ,when stu. handicap ire his neighbors children\ personality development: child care i President will be attending to carryon
dents are able: to .take part in for ,no added ,benefits: I can see. Is' -- : art, public speaki- civil defense, the program of work. Highlightsof The value placed upon correct Vacation Church
beyond understanding and theyhave : the convention will be the awarding speech seems"to vary rather widely
'_ 'school .activities.The who fear the loss of,revenue' due safety home imprcwemet, .how to between two extremes. At one extreme -
consideration for their of the State Farmer; Degreesand School Starts Mon.Mrs.
no kitchen and .
select small uipment
steps being taken to decentralize to High 75 by-passing the town. ) I one finds very high value. At
r the larger educational child or their neighbors., Look at the This-'attitude has already cost Jasper how ,to shop.Jjmuors ''i i Members the election of-State Officers. the other one finds very Jittle or Frances Vinson, director of
facilities dangers:\ of these additicnal miles and $ niin be hon-i .tteri<:ling from Hamilton :' Methodist Vacation Chareh School
prove the theory of con many dollars because of shop- no:value'*t-all. C rNct1 .ngUage js
solidation, is not working. The traveled on the highway and the J ing.else*here.' :JVlanyv' VjeubCDi4hejr.car : ; ... .f"T-at. aua 'day, June; County ,extend you a' mostcordial so important' that many educators for 1963, announced' this week that

\,; many new junior;colleges: ..layer in fanciedbenefjlsJad japidlyl ;<;The: J i fags .elsewhere and that is A .U Attending from Hamilton County invitation to attend the Con- refuse to allow pupils to be gradu- school would open on Monday, June
venttort. welcome
'. .'!>"; .-: "Florida eove'the success of decentralizing Itss o f life of even 'one child would |tt big loss. If the community prideof will be Miriam New-some.and'Sharon You are to attend ated from high school whose oral 10 at the Jasper Methodist Church.
.,:' ,..:- come dear. f it should be HowelL 4-H Talent will be pre- any or all of our meetings, and Hours 9:00-11:30 each "
the larger institutions and Jasper was as they and written language reveals not- are day,
should be a lesson for all of us. When classes are crowded a' would think of fariness to everyone sented Wednesday night with Miriam -i we look forward to seeing you there able deficiencies. On the contrary June 10 thru 16. Theme of the

I do say quality is important. In. child is just a seat number and j;, including the children of all As one Newsome as part of the'proI correct peech has little or no valueto school this year is "Meet Your
this, Jennings has nothing to be can not receive proper guidance. I recent article in the Jasper News gram with a speech on "The Im. JAMES CONE TO TEACHAT : the supervisor of a group of Neighbors" Mrs. Juda Penning
,.- -' ashamed of. There are many improvements Florida is having population explosion 'I stated-This does bring the situa- portance of Voting", The delegateswill illiterate workmen on a Southern ton is assistant director.All .
we could make better and the influx will event., tion into clear focus! tour the State Capitol and the LAKE CITY cotton plantation. Other examples children ages four thru elevenare
qualified teachers for one-but in ually back up here in North Florida J Lets all be reasonable people Supreme Court buildings Thursday representing the two extremes urged to attend, and an interes-
. this we are working harder and' If we bond ourselves to death for and accept our own responsibilities afternoon. A fashion show will high JUNIOR COLLEGE"Red" I could readily be given. Apparently ting program has been planned for

achieving much success. There one area how can we take care of and. spend our energy building up light Thursdays event with dress Cone is coming home. I the matter of correct speech is. a each age group.
could be this situation later? and what not revue. Girls model dress they made I have
many more subjects offered improving we have James Ingham Cone ,a native of relative matter depending upon The WS.C.S. and parents
' here in our own-school. The need The bond fererendum would decide at the expense of another group. Rebecca Dedge will model from the Lake City-" ite Springs area, conditions, circumstances and the planned a picnic lunch for Friday
is to change the requirements for the raising of $400,000, of which Civic pride is a wonderful feeling Hamilton County. has been employed by Lake City personal element involved in the !the last day, and a big time is plan-
; graduation and have fewer elective $350,000 would be spent in Jasper, when we merit our accomplish The short Course wfD concludeon Junior College and Forest Ranger ver-all picture. The fact remains, ned. Daily refreshments are in
"subjects. Too often students leaving a generous 525,000 each for ments. Friday with the election and School 1 as an instructor in mathe however, that correct speech is an charge of Mrs. Broward Bryan
e ,:. choose the easy courses when if Jennings and White" Springs respec- I have not written this to win installation of State Council Offi- matics. attainment of priceless*value. Mrs. O. C. Ratliff. Mrs. O. F. Nunn.

it were a graduation requirement tively. The schools have been a friends. I only want to present our cers and a traditional candlelight- After graduation from the U. S. There are many characteristicsthat Mrs. C. B. Harrison and Mrs. C
,rl to take the harder subject, that political football far too long. I side and hope the problem will be ing ceremony. Sharon Howell and Naval Academy Mr. Cone spent mark the man or woman of A. Avriett
-would allow the subject to be taught would be happy to see school taughtfor considered in all perspectives. Lillian Riley will represent Hamil- 30 years in the Navy. He retired as I educational attainments and cultural -1 Teachers and helpers are Mrs.
s ". I wonder if the people know the all children not to please a few Mrs. B. B. Hill ton County on the State Council pro- Captain. During this time He{' held refinement Some of these are Edna Knapp, Mrs. Linda Russel-
gram. Sharon is running for District burg, Mrs. France Dunaway Mrs
many responsible positions the purely objective and make their
;5. representative. most important being Director of appeals primarily to the physical Willene Drury, Mrs. Orrie McCor-
Others attending. from Hamilton mick, Mrs. Glenna Bali Mrs.
Enlisted Personnel, Bureau of senses, while others are more sub. Mary
County are Terry Bonnell Sherry in Lou Fine. Mrs. Sylvia Rodgers,
and
Personnel, Washington. Mr. Cone jective in nature operate
Andrews. Mrs. Rance Andrews will also taught at the U. S. Naval Aca- more subtle fashion. It is generally Mrs. Doris CoHum, Mr. Jim Duna
attend as a leader. Miss Jan David, Miss
demy. recognized however that language way Judy
After retirement he returned to is the most accurate and reliable:i Small, Miss Hazel Knapp, Miss
JASPER BASEBALL Florida State University and will criterion for reckoning academic I Billie Katherine Knapp Miss Louise -
,
'receive his Master's degree this achievement and cultural achieve- Knapp Miss Margaret Ann
TEAM TO PLAYVALDOST summer. Cone will team with Herman ment. To many people there is no Sapp Mr. Brad Vinson

Elson to give the college a adequate substitute for this attainment
A HERE SUNThe strong mathematics department. of personal achievement.The .
s.
ai Jasper Baseball team will The new college instructor is fact that language deficiency
\ play Valdosta here Sunday after- married an dthe father of, three operates as a handicap to profes-

y. w a> .n i noon. daughters. sional advancement is too well

4 I A good crowd is expected to be
-- out to see Jasper try and win this
.SS_: : lone to break a losing streak. THE AMERICAN WAY I
will be a practice session i
Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m.

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STOCK CAR RACES _
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EVERY FRIDAY WIGHT'
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See the top drivers of North

.Florida and South Georgia compete
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:every Friday night at the Patten :n 4

.. 'Speedway between Thomasville. &: A
f :Pavo on Ga. 122. y-tyr
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Featured each Friday night are aT -

lL match Race, 3 Heat Race Consolation 41A
Race and 30 Lap Main Event. '
An added attraction for June 7 't AL "t ,

:.. Special match race between top Go- .x kJ
.. <. A e. : Kart drivers of Valdosta, Moultrieand 6 S I r 'i'i
Berlin.

i .Time Trials: 7 p.m., Races begin at 4 2-ti 1 Nis

8 p.m.


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\ woods fires fought and suppressedin DO NOT ALLOW
tt 4!E_ COME"THE liDS -.Teams c"- of amdbnloglsts fran LouWmIi. ; State Ueivs&trary ..-plotting the county" during the past 7 day' + ANYONE EXCEPT ,

I u a.v.I.1.U ..tsV .dung: -;asora..of.tf" .30 tnt ss out In tlM.GuH of Mexico period. ":. L j' ,
.Mald Humble Oil A Rt .Con'P "Tofi! !.!e t Results of ,}nrwdtMclodc ., Number of fires 1: Acres burned if. \ _...;;. : ." THE DRIVER hear
l.1 'If1.l. '"'..arEl'6a aI''' :ro ,.... 9;*Number of fires since Jan L !' the machine
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PAGE'TWO ,, : TH 7 r: JASPhR ,: :(HEWS JASPER. FLORIDA! ., ,.f d o y. June 79'19&; *. :* *
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I II '[f' Florida andxtdmitting you as a but cerainly they make"a" beautifuleye day in July. <, "if : .
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1B member of the Florida Bar. arresting sight: .
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Pola home from!
certificate of admission to practicelaw i i' Clardy came 1 .
will be issued subject to your "Joe.Courson" to Jasper Folks 'Jacksonville for Friday and Satur- ,;" Published Every Friday V .?,
taking the oath required of all Rev. Mr. Joseph Courson of the I day. She returned late Saturday Second Class Postage. Paid at Jasper Florida .',
_ Terry Parker Baptist Church was to fill her regular Sunday schedule j I ,
attorneys.
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tL . on the ministers forum Saturday I at the Naval Air Station Church;i iI Subscriptions Strictly in Adyance .
.f?) j Luci and Jimmy Hill took advantage morning. We hear now he has re- I services. She is. soloist for the| $3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County

of a between semester va- signed his church to take up spec- I eight a.m. service and again at Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum "
I cation at University of Miss. and ial mission activities.Mrs. \ eleven oclock. Pola is hostess at
VV. visited the parents: Mr. and Mrs. Blanche perry was called to the Florida National Bank. Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
..,VIrie H'IMII SYaman Z.4951'. : Bid Hill of Jennings ani: Jimmys Tampa last week to the funeral of j I )Mr. and Mrs. Robert alert Editors and Publishersstop _
U ;folks at Hazelhurst. her sister-in-law. Mrs. Kathleen I Mrs. Lois Cuny and Mrs. Edna -
Raiford who died at her home in Barker attended the workshop of [ on Sundays to attend church. cus, Ga. He goes in the fall to the
Mrs. G.-S": wasn't feeling her capital- Mrs. .Drury will acconx. Today, Monday June 3. Pope,Tampa Wednesday May 29 Funeral District 3 of the F. F. W. C. 'Tuesday .:Mr. Hickman announced recentlyat University-of Ga. In the mean time
usual energy'and 'consulted Dr S.''parry him>;Mr.. Drury: has been May 28 at Monticelto. the First that 75 '
John 13 is dead. He was a goodman services were held Friday morning Baptist percent he will work at the Service station.
She told him she hadn't been able associated'since graduation' : with I II an humble man. He won the I at the Blount Funeral home. Rev. About 40 attended. iO fthe visitors this season had been I .
to catch fish recently and she knew i t I liooges Trf Lake,I i II I
the J. B. office |love of his people-the respect of Preston B. Sellers o fthe First Bap- Mrs. J. D. Davis of Madison' district from Michigan and that 25 percentof Mrs. Kate Adicks came home last
she was ailing Alter a rather'I City and' we understand will' ,con' the world. "Good Pope John" someone I,l tist Church officiated. He was assisted .. director was present .that number showed a picture of I week after a five weeks visit in
thorough examination Dr S. said to I i tinue there for the present. spoke of him I like that by Rev. John C. Doyle of the j The problem of the local clubs their church. .
the lady I find absolutely noth All this comes as good hews to Concord Baptist Church. 'were discussed after the prelimin- I!]Leesburg Orlando Deland. Daytona -
Friday May 31. Mike Carter son .
the friends of this young couple and I Commencement is always a i Mrs.K"ubY. and Jacksonville.
devotional by
ing the matter with you physically"Did Mrs. Raiford lived with her sis- aries and a of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Carter received
calls for: congratulations. 'colorful time o fmore or less pagaentry. Richman president o ftheMadison Mrsr.Adickstils.fecltng, .. ,
you ever try spiting on your te. \..'Irs FretfPpIhil LTbey.are.hot11natives I : -' *' -f- his diploma from Ga.:-SouthWestern i if r -
bait?", .. A Jetter-jfrprn thej5upremeuCburiof and r young. and old feel-the- and Chlb- )
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? of Hamilton CoUnty
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pioneer of f
were born at Belleville of a The panel discussion program I
March 18 last- Arvel Drury a reads in part: The Baccalaureate Service at theFirst i, and prominent family/!is membership and finances was led i' --
graduate o fthe Florida UniversityLaw Dear Mr. Drury: Baptist Churhch Sunday evening "i by :Mrs. R. C. Home past presidentof I '
School took the state bar exam I ..am pleased to advise you that brought' a large crowd .The I The Stella Williams Kindergarten the .:Florida F1ederation.I I
ination. Last week he was notified the Suprere Court today entered an parents and teachers had reserved graduation was held at the Mrs. {Albert Hutd of St Petersburg -! GAS GAGS'HvwtCfa* Co-
that'h had passed. Order determining that you have:seats. The audience waited with J dist church Tuesday night Metho-I I I 2nd Vice Persident of the F. .
> June 7 he will go to Tallahassee complied with the requirements of expectancy to see their favorite at 7:30 with 14 graduates and 2 F. W. C. was guest speaker.
to be sworn ,as Attorney at Law. the applicable rules for admissionto ,graduate come in slow precision as I trs'1and 2 marshals participating. Lunch was served and adjournment -I VES.SIC-COST $ gA1D BUT. 11S ONE THI &
l ) There will be 3 or 4 days at the practice the profession of law inATTENTION I Mrs. Jo Coe played "Pomp .'and came around. .2 o'clock. 9 SOQtS Mtf FAMILYro TO HAVE tj,000= QtXET ou CAN'T AND THAT KEEP'TK'
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1 Circumstance. The church was decorated in pink TREE TRACED/
: The combined choirs of the'city 1{and blue carrying; out the colors Mrs. John Thigpen of New Port [r Q% ET!
of. 'sang a special number. I used to tie the tiny diplomas. I I Richey spent a few days here last Yi' GAS CO.
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: All Customers I' In the background could be seena week attending to business and vial;.
C.I I'
Rev. Ed Montgomery Rev. O. i REpu t&noN FOR
large container of pink roses and I ing relatives and friends. 4 f
:Howell, Rev. Travis Cater took partin blue hydrangeas i 1 FAIR_ DEALING
I one pf''
::. Farmers Center the service. Rev. SayerCanova I
and
and Mrs. J. C. Cannady
I At the foot of the two sets of Mr.
preached'a sermon directed especially 19 to Feran-
the l steps leading up to the rostrum sons went Sunday May rlit.
to young people-Using each dec- (dina to spend the day with Patsy
white lattice
store were gates
During" the month of June, 1963, our, i story of David and Golliath heiI I orated in fern and pink rose buds. and L. M. '(Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
will be'open only on each Saturday from 7 ;am7' pm I named the stones David used in :i When, :Mrs. Bob Dresher began Crews. There was the bounteous V ::

and will be in and out for the rest of the, month so the battle. They were Faith Hope, I I the processional .two marshals'I family dinner at noon and the after- ___
Love, Endurance. and Courage. I dressed in dark,trousers and white noon spent on the Beach. The newlyweds
that anyone needing anything we have on hand can : Preceeding the sermon Charles'coats entered and stood waiting to are quite pleasantly estab- Low Price $6.95 NIGHT PHONE

contact us to make a purchase or to pay a bill. ,O'Cain sang "I'll. .walk. with God." .(open the gates for the graduates lished., PER CYLINDER I
!who entered in 2 lines proceeded by SYcamore 2-3001
We still have some merchandise which will be Mrs. Doris Douglas has taught the ushers Lisa Scaff and Beverly A lady I know grows "Heavenly CASH ON DELIVERY:

located in the rear of A. C. J L. (Atlantic Coastline Pth grade in the Pineview Eelmen1 -I Russell who later took part in the blue" morning glories and'pits
and is
1!tary in Live Oak this spring bed of gorgeous red
small them against a
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Railroad) depot warehouse after July Tst, and we i engaged there for the full term. the HOLLOWAYS'L
and geraniums.
I' American flag delivering .
will be glad to sell any of it if you will contact us. I Pineview Elementary isa large i diplomas . ..
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Also, we have some equipment for sale if anyone i is school for grads 456. There are ** The house was filled as parents It is thought by some that the
;7-6 grades and twenty teachers. and friends gathered to see and preponderance of physical and emo
interested in any of it. This summer Mrs. Douglas tells hear these little "tykes" give their tional ills may be tied to eatingtoo 8
I me she will teach a class over After the the much meat.
"1 As of July 1 1st., 1963 Farmers Center will be 'in Live Oak in remedial reading. program.parents presented "Miss program Stella" Pryor to 1918 it was said that too J HOL.LOWAV

,closed, but we plan to continue to operate the Mobile I Aside from teaching she has taken (Mrs. Gene Williams) with a lovely much meat effected the kidneys.
Feed Mill Service the same as in the past. Our home 1 I time to win some prizes in her Avon j silver bread tray and butter dish Then quite suddenly the war-
!work. She won a $50 bond and a'beautifu1 as a token of appreciation for her and quite suddenly-you weren'tanybody
phone has been changed to 792-3911, the same as the 'I Baumritter dinette suit. I faithful work with the children. without a "steak" and it

business phone which will be known as "JIM DUNA- She explains her activity by saying Mrs. Dan Braswell in her gracious continues this. .

WAY'S MOBILE FEED MILL SERVICE" after I its perhaps that she misses her I I way made the presentation. 1 t. & Via IfeiRIESDRIVEIN
.daughter "Dottie" Mrs. Erwin Wel The 1963 Kindergarten graduateswere First Lt. Billy Bradley got home uumnnEE LI.EI
\ July 1 1st. don left recently to join her husband -' Elizabeth Braswell, Au-about two weeks ago from-:his :ser-
in Norfolk Virginia who is drey Fouraker, Benice Griffin, vice in Korea. He will be at home
w We would like to have all accounts/paid in full I[there at present at the U.S.. Owen Hinton, Rebecca Kyser Lisa I'for a vacation before going to Ft. STORES

by June 30th, 1963 or see us and make-a Tangem_nts' Randolph.1 Martin, Kathy Pennington,. Kathy Sill for.further. study. He making
to pay at a specified time. I Reynolds, Ricky, Smith Anne Tu- the military- his profession tie withhis
II One of the most colorful places inn ten Yo Yo Ttrfen, Lisa Webb, Don- wife Susan and boys are at On U. S. 41 JASPERMIK
Thank you all for your patronage and coooera- t"wn is at a trailor south of the I I na Young, Pat Young. present with the parent Mr. and Lastiley
; clinic. :Mrs. Paul Lee a foremanat . Mrs. Art Bradley.
tion We hope to continue to serve of I II I *
many. you *
a road equipment camp for the Mrs. Ollie Boone and grandson
in the future with our Mibile Feed Mill Servire under I State Road Department lives there Paul Teague left Saturday for south The local churches have many
the supervision of W. A. "Jack" Jones.: {with his wife.. At present they are Florida. Paul who has been in out of town visitors--tourists who Gallon 9O

Ion 2 weeks vacation. school here win be with hiS parentsat C
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think how nice it would be
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.--Bring on those mountains They're not so high and or going dry,because there's no radiator. Corvair's's # summer long. Live better f

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And there's more to feel j good about. Corvair and the Trade 'N' Travel deal -. Cornfort; -
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.\Friday, J ne 7J.9lo-63 .. 1 : : : ,: _
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ever she has been in the bakery in the massive world. ,determined. '' white floral arrangement with WHITE SPRINGS!! CLUB DOT ENGAGEMENTS

business 56 years. 1__ trs'L Kate Adicks many..friends !,Party-"' '.1 ; : : .streamer?*j WINNER OF READING LAMP |
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Mrs. Addle McCall poured coffee. CONTEST I f
So Au
t k1fi:1 In a bakery magazine from New I are glad sne is well and back at r
Joe Howell served the punch.
8 York recently was an article about 'her home even-if she Isn't in business -I / ,I i Hezekiah Lumpkin, 4-H Club Boy
l\ and << were dainty sandwiches andi
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this home bakery operated-by :Mrs. again. Maybe she roll stittake II -\
i iat I III I i Assisting in serving were
rer-. n-a-" v, ,[[Kate A icks.. Lamar Smith in the a chair occasionally in the I' Valdosta Ruth DeVane and Miss Ere.- !
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,Navy located in Key West and evening and sit out la front and!I II morn'o :: Butler.". The guest list indue1' .

(Continued, From, Page: ,2). ;.studythe. bakery business.read the greet her.frien s. Maybe too. there! daughter faculty of Jennings Hig ,*"-
and is back in her own home. Her article and sent it to the News. will still be those pretty plants in .received her ( girls and Miss Davis

broken: wrist has healed. *t f"l3ig 'business has taken over the the windows.a |1'cently 'attendants. A white milk

She won't be opening her bakery bread and cake making now and Mr. and :Mrs. T. M. Cumbie of :',of Bachelor vase was presented the guest' r'J

however at the advice of her very few home bakeries operate. In Quincy have just added 'a little ''tion. There honor.

doctors. Mrs Adicks has an unusual, many ways it is a loss just as quan- girl to their family of two boys11m" largest I .
record of 49 years in the same location tity production always sacrifices and "Bill Adieks"a J i!the college. I I The Jennings Seniors icf Tr- -- i

: operating a bakery-How.. some quality. But such is progress 'I Hamilton morning for Washington,Jfew

Mrs. Tom Meeks and little girls Mrs,. Hilda trip. They went on the Woody

CLASSIFIED: ADS Kathy and Janet brought Mrs.:;f tour. The chaperones wr' i
. Adicks home last week after the I 1 Mrs. R. D. \ Maude Havener, Mrs. S. M. ti

stop in Jacksonville of he rextended ie Croft and Mr. Ben Bates. 5.
DOUSE FOR SALE in FOR SALE-21-inch G.E. Television -' vacation. I Jimmy 55.5. '
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bedrooms, near Jasper3'' fine condition. $75. Mrs. Geo. a. |a- few days I I Mrs. Maude Havener was elected '

Let us show you this one, only one I Oldham.. J7c Mrs. Leonard Register leaves Satcher, Mrs. of W. S.C. S. Monday
of several listed with Robert Ehlert --- -- Friday for the summer home in I 3. She succeeded Mrs. John
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REPAIRS We all
types
SY2-5331. or with W. L. Bryan. SY2-, repair Highlands North Carolina. !I Mr. .and : .
TV and radios also small .
ap
2985 Registered Real Estate Brok- ,. I i I were in .J C5
ers. tfc. pliances. Manning Radio Service t Mr and Mrs. E. J. Johnson: and for a ,I JENNINGS CLASS NIGHT from White Springs was the winnerof
Jasper, SY 2-4421., tfc. i Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Morgan wishto
son Julian of Green Cove were upI I Mr. Harrisan ; Friday night May 31 was Clarr!:! the county Reading Lamp Con. announce the engagement of

FARMERSMONEY I FURNISHED APARTMENT For J Ion Memorial day making brief :with the ; for Jennings Seniors in th test which was held May 16. 1963 at their daughter, Martha Pearl to Mr
rent upstairs. Call 792-6331, Robert visits to the brother Mr. Myron I nie returned auditorium. Carver High School. White Springs.
Ellis Nixon which will be an
Johnson two sisters Mrs. Janey Blair master of cere- The second place lamp was ex-
for farm operaI I Ehlert, Reg. Real Estate Broker visit. Jerry was
your vent of June 16, 1963 at the Mt
:tions at reasonable: cost. Terms I tfc Blair and Mrs. Louis Cunningham. I to They opening number wa hibited by Richard Marshall and
Young Julian is a recent gradu- THE A\' Days" by the entire Olive M B Church 5 p.m. all friendsare
to fit your needs. loans up to sung the third! place lamp by Glide
7 years. Call North Florida Pro*- .SEVERAL USED REFR1GERA. ate. North Eastern Oklahoma Col I IN DOUBLE { There was Roll call and Jones. The other boys participating! invited.
duction Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave I, TORS-Best of condition. Priced lege. He )has signed op for the University -. Monday ( history read by Ruth DeVan in the contest were: Thomas B. -
to .*11. Mannings Radio Service of., Florida football team in''Avnett i B I
Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 Jasper: Phone SY 2441 tfc. fall. Joyce Royals sans "Together"! Cato Harbert C Lumpkin and
the of
.----- J jE'arret ; Creech made the class r' Douglas Roberts. All of the participants -
; FOOD; USED TV-Installed for m R ;m : Juanita for 10 years hence. S. ?.T. in the contest were from
: Fun SALE Good Modern Home $100 and np. Mannings Radio I|1 Mr. and bits. Jody McCall of|J. S. read the class poem. White Springs or that area

and 2 acres on paved road near Service SY4421, Jasper tfc Jennings spent last week in Palatka.[double Brenda Butler and Ruth DsVa-' 1 Isaac Chandler Jr.
(Mayor and :Mrs. :F, M. Hancock: Adams who t According to
: ;Jasper. Deep well .screened porch. a duet. The last will ani :
': EXTRA GOOD 7 room house on';were on a trip to New York and' special Brenda B., Negro O-xinty Agent the winner of
$2500 down. See W. L. Bryan, SY2- I j was read by :
I'I'I' :'Ius ca.*st'l enter his lamp In
2985 or Robert Ehlert, SY2-6331. Central Avenue for sale. 2 baths the grandparents stayed with the riage. S
children. ler.A 'h!' >t<. 4-H Reachn": !' Lamp Con-
', Reg. Real Estate_ Brokers. tfc !'I water softner .water heater, carport -I' The \ : I beautiful framed copy of tlr! :
other extras Call W. faJ fpd- 'v'-r-H' wnii be hell: during the
many ed "
simarly of
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Something everybody t1--sJ1't I Independence
FOR SALE Lot Suwanne L.,Bryan, 792-2985.or Robert Ehlert J ing school-also their State 4-H Short.'Q+guuse. The 4-H
on I Ir' i know F. M. Hancock keeps th" fam j to the
792-6331 Registered Real Estate ,I Short course wil: te held at Florida
: ',River Suwannee, Springs. Reasonable ,ily's shoes shined-on this occasion same car : picture ,"Class of 1963".AAccording
;, <. ; Inqure Robert Ehlert Real Brokers. tfc he called out to'father-in-law Jody 1 Daytona to tradition the school A. arvc? M. University Tallahassee

k: Estate Broker 792-6331 tfc j I NEEDED I McCall. Want your shoes shined? Mr. and key was presented to the oncoming Florida June 9-13:1963. ,

i I o VISIT FRIER MUSIC 'COMPANY i i Mrs Jody hesitated long enough to!'(I in Live Oak .I Terry Burnham President '-
PLASTIC LAMINATING: Protect I ask if it fo rthe dent of 1964 Seniors accepted it from ..
in Live Oak. Florida for all your I was proper mayor erd,r. v rnr r* nilments like ....,
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Preserve -- Beautify Valuable (lot Mr. and Jerry Blair president of the 1963 '
: Plataka to shine his shoes-t was J
", l I musical needs from organs and scandal something-you don't talk >y .. I
Photos, Documents. Sealed in plastic ] I pianos to records and record play. ;.tho. their home I about .
; Wallet size 25c each larger! I Senior .
Mrs. Maud Havener f'
} I n. tie I spon- I Rev. and Mrs. Daniel J. Roth of .
size 5c square inch. Add 2c each for I The Washington New York to Mayo was presented a gold sattiliio ;
Lake City made a nice visit to Mr.
;.." mall orders. USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR ''bound Jasper High graduates and Avriett. Mrs. clock.Principal and Mrs. Will McDonald Mondav I .w. t
dan stainer PHOTOGRAPHY, 221 5.le. Good condition. $40. and their sponsor Mrs. Blanche Perry,Misses Judy I DeVane gave awards to I' of It. .
I after-won. Rev Roth is pastor ::.J
West Howard Street, Live Oak 50. .Mannincs Radio Repair, left Wednesday. They took the Knapp and Valedictorian Linda Wetherin the 7th Day Adventist in Lake City '
Florida. tfc- Jasper tfc I' train at Stockton transferred to a! The best 1' and Salutatorian Ruth DeVane *. /f Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brinson

!1 fast train special at Waycross anticipating friends in recognized 3rd high-Brenda I Mrs. .Frank All Henderson will wish to announce the engagementof
DOUSE FOR SALE In Jasper, in -
FREE LUBRICATION!_ wonderful sight seeing with these their daughter Elouise Lefaye
leave fcr Denver Color-
We will give a FREE Lube Job good location near hospital suit- I trip. I Saturday Brinson to Mr. Jimmy L. Cogdell
"The Alma Mater" was sung as ado to visit her daughter, Lucille
able for two apartments. 7000. The
with each oil change-for a number. Accompanists which will be an event of June 16,
limited time Call W. L. Bryan SY2-2985. or Davis to Mr. closing Mrs. Henry W. Naeve. Her son 1963, at the Mt. Olive
only Baptist
about
Jimmy Vickery got home Barbara Pe and Joyce I
rman Raymond of Live Oak will ccom-I
Robert Ehlert, SY2 6331, Reg. Real
e Firestone Tires solemlnized Church at 5 All friends
10 days ago from Korea. He is outo I p.m are
Smith. .
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here the trip. Lucille is a'
pany on
Estate Brokers. Other
> property at the First
0 Delco Batteries fthe army now. His next stop is : The class reconvened out at patient in the Fitsimmons hospitalbut
-at competitive prices! also available. tfc to be F. S. U. enrolled as a student. hour is eight Bottom Farm for an infor hopes to be back home at 2473 invited.HELP

: FRED TAYLOR'STEXACO I SEPTIC. TANK and Drain Field Friends ma11mpromptu party and the inex- S. Meade Denver 17 soon. Her STOPMALICIOUS

i rd STATION Cleaning, J. W. Darby, Jasper, i THE MAMIE IJLA ODOM PARTY wil age follow and to hospitality of Maude friends and relatives wish her com-
Jasper Telephone 792-2903 'Call after 6'p.m.. tic I The "Mamie Lila Odom" party at church : and Inezz McCall. o fort and recovery. I t

FARMS WANTED IF YOU Mrs. Raymond Camp's Saturday Professor and Mrs. J: W. DeVane .

would like to sell your farm, FOR SALE 120 acresat-.$105 I morning was a lovely party yet Mrs. )joined the party. As of Monday:: Tuesday Miss I }WOODSBURNINi'

see us. We have culls for farms per acre. near White Springs. 14 I with difference. Maybe it was a leave New I've concluded that sickness Tehlma Lewis was much improved I _

X every week. W. L. Bryan Reg. acres tobacco. Allhigh and dry. little quieter. Nobody went to show Cristobal, I should be kept a secret, that is the You'll be glad to hear this.
40 acres woodland call W. L. their new clothes or this or that.
I
r., Real Estate Broker. Phone SY I I Mrs Davis
2-2985 or SY 2-6331 Bryan 792-2985 or Robert Ehlert Everyone had in mind their friend children of ZS.'a

,r; :-: 792-6331. Registered Real Estate who was going away. who*are
Georgia Plate Glass Co.f' Brokers. I The flowers were arranged with service i
loving care. There was gentle hospitality -
Both Mrs.
.Store Fronts MALE HELP WANTED Opening -
r, as Mrs. Camp opened the
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: .Mirrors\ Resilvered I for 2 route men or women. 12 years of

.Tub Enclosures, Showers : May earn up to $30 per day or more I!door the arriving and chatted guests.In unhurriedly. with )interesting
215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-5285 Experience will return say
unnecessary the living room Mrs. Dan Bras
; VALDOSTA I train. Write McNess Co. Box 2766, I
I IJ well and ;Mrs, Ed Montgomerystood
Memphis 2, Tenn. Rusty
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NOTICELashley's Grist Mill i I with the guest of honor Mrs. I Baylor School

j ',,: will be closed until further notice. WANTED-13 or 14-inch Circulatl Odom. day June 3.

J 15c I!,I l ing fan. Call 792-633L Itc One almost forgot to look at the i(birthday of
.I flowers about in pretty arrange-
in
born I e
FOR RENT Small Apartmentfur FOR SALE Cypress tobacco ments. i I t i,1s% M

;. nished. See Annie Rhoden Jasper. sticks, Vasco Hester White Springs There was the handsome blue:;der )

.. Itp Honda Itp luggage tho-a going away gift I Mickler have II

----- from Mrs. Odom's Presbyterian Mr,* and I u

friends. spent the
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,. DnAj ,BL: In the dining room on the sideboard -- 29 in Tampa
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:. THE OCEAN .W C4 FLOUDA I SORRY NO MINORS ,
"i-_ was a large vase of spring James L.
.. Largest and Finest Heated Pool Color TV Lounge ',flowers. wenf to Key
Free Golf Restaurant Cocktail Lounge Planned 1 The dining table was overlaid has been
Entertainment Deluxe Rooms and Efficiencies with a handsome cloth and centered i months and is

Efficiencies from $63 per wk.. ...-, .;. with a low arrangement of red and ;to Little !

Bedroom from $60 per wk. 'I yellow gloriosa lilies and yellowpanics. ,leave. With Q r 7i
I I is Gerald
write
See your Travel Agent or I II
Mrs. Joe Mitchell poured coffee transferred
ROBERT CORDES,MQT."
I I and on the table and sideboardwere Carolina. fp1 I

:.. ; CL Phone 2-0431 silver trays of sandwiches -1
cream puffs and bits of cakes. I One of

I?,' :. : r r cokes.On a near by table were ice cold i tender that !

Many friends to'k this onportuni :[mother and_
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''ty.' to see again Mrs. Camp's pretty :ite graduate-;
home. :

l' But no one said. goodbye--'itwas Miss; M.a The going est people
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"" > > .jmjuimc Avt : i MOTEL : I' f Inez Mrs.McCall Go fresher with Royal Crown !

.... OAfTONA BEACH,W A"You've .
.- morning toln Farm Go RC_the goingest cola of the leading 3, brisk'n'bracing, fresher tasting

:'''t.,.. : I. Davis The on her made the fresh protected way. Go Royal Crown best buy In town! ,


I _aBlI f:fI Cl2_. _. '_, yBt1q.v _1t_ Mrs. V1rg v :.:..f :/" .:"

It' the brade. 1\ :,-.., <.'. :,

4 .'DoubtMm you will, but grooms : "
'* ;on {he porch. I
.- Come in and see you'll agree never doubt yourself .. Miss )-

., I MontesgieuSelfdoubt
; that our ,neat complete :line ofbuilding "Miss, Davis

supplies will fill.ANY I I slows and is stops z millstone many people that .on A the; dining: I i.-- -

-- bilL You'll like our prices too I :," ,
short of their potential. A small :
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dash of douDt. sufficient only to Legal
.j spark a thorough sutdy of a problem -
USED T-V"
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I ONLY $50 I II beneficial in that it will serve I m f ..

to anticipate and resolve even IX

the smallest detail.However MARY A. .
I USED vs.HARLAD
J, when self-doubt is P( THE
strong enough to rob the individual THORITY
Refrigerator FLORIDA .
of initative and creative TO y y 4i.
effort'4t becomes a wasteful if residence

.. o ONLY $75 not dangerous weakness. ben A sworn filed in M-iI J,,,!'). "
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the relief ., .
; Incsdently, have no doubt Torce and /:>'
SEE THEM .y.. /.. :-:
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just ; about where to urn for the best I quired to / ;/k,..
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education! BEFORE YOU. BUY! ,or before Yg ", 6r3
la laundry and cleaning service. A. Avriett. yq i >. ,
.Atterner a >$,. -:
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Whether you prefer pick-cp and (.'
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pro confesso. '" u '
delivery or 8 elfeen1ee.l'ASPER facilities, you.
IAUKDR Yand CLEANERS .- Witness
s COMPANYELECTRICALPLUMBINGSUFPUES seal of this
-: is the answer to' you tnis 4th day. >> .J.
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j' D R6' +\ i .' .. Otter fine products of Royal gown Cda Ca Diet-Rite Cots. Nehf, Upper 10. Pa-T-Pak
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A S > ft. dry f If an tog ticket-Its worth (SEAL) .

SY 2-3801 O ft D $&oo In dry cleaning trade. Jasper C. Ar .NEBI BOTTLING --COMP ANY LIVE QM

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: : I,U. S. AIR FORCE GRADUATE FROM 1.you is our amest'p-ayer. FaADVERTISING- --

I I ;. You And Your School . r ri RESERVE PROGRAMVacancies | VALDOSTA COLLEGE Sincerely] u,: and Mrs. A. L. ai&PAYS, I N

II i Mrs. Theodore R. Mathis &; Family. THE JASPER
by M L. Powell Principal, Jasper Schools presently exist inthe One hundred; and twenty- ve NEWS
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'9326th Air Force Reserve Recovery graduating seniors were. awarded .
Vacation time has at long last ar-.be working with band and music Squadron, Tallahassee Florida- for diplomas at the Valdosta State College I ..
rived again for the school 'weary!I on Monday Tuesday, Wednesday reserve airmen of all ranks and Commencement (exercises.on II
youngsters of Jasper, HamiltonCounty ]and Thursday from 8:00-10:00 and.Arse's residing in the area. Air Monday Jun 3. .' I It STUMP BROS.
and for most other children I Iin' ''from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00. He will men are paid two (2) days base pay The candidates were presented I -
the state and the nation as a.also have another band session on;per I weekend drill period on a one 01 I by Dr. J. A. Durrenberger aca-1 t
whole. Some are perhaps wondering I Monday,- Tuesday and Wednesday.From .:''1 I(1) weekend per month basis (1200to .conferrea oy Dr. J. Ralph Thaxton 300 South Patterson, Valdosta, GeorgiaBUILDiNG
what they are going to do for I 1:00.to 10:00 p.m. If theresa 1900 hours. Saturday and 0800- confrred Dr. .
by J. Ralph Thaxton
\ amusement with all this extra leisure -]!I demand for it. Little League :1700 hours Sunday). The Air Force VSC president. I I
time on their teams will work out on Tuesday I j['will provide quarters and meals for
:-v.. .1 hands.; Some are and Wed. from 8:00 to 10:00 and on{I[[Assigned airmen during the weekend Among those receiving the bache-Hilda! .
lor of science degree were
'<[perhaps already Monday Wednesday and Thursday ,j|i drill periods. Interested reservists V I
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_'I. i becoming bored' from 4:00: to 6:00 p.m. The pony' are urged to contact MSGT Cunningham Alderman of Jennings.I I : <
y "., with nothing to do league folks will go out on Tues-i'.!James D. Harris, USAF Advisor ]I and Jeanette 'Braswell Smith formerly -'. :7 SUPPLIESQUALITY

\-,, ,but stay around day from 4:00 to 6:00p.m. Those i 9326th Air Force Reserve Recovery ,. of Jasper. j
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f the house and interested ''in tennis will meet on'I'I Squadron, 344 Mabry Tallahassee ]i |
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,pester mother into Monday and Thursday from 19:00 i j j'i (Phone 223-1491 or 224-3965). FIRST-
I letting them doA I j jI
to 12:00 a.m. Free recreation twill : '
A some things that be on the docket on Tuesday Wed. i CARDS i BurLT: IN OVEN AND
c I:Mother had rath.!t(and Friday from 10:00 to 12:00.1 j Jin II I significant reading and study]I 192 36
jer not. Very likely -,1 These interested in weightlifting ,:of the'Great Books of Western Civil KEEP YOURWEDDING 11. COOK TOP, Westinghouse . . :

some of the youngsters will i'|and isometric bars will have an:j jj [:ization that we now have in the I STORY i ATTIC FAN, ,36-inch.
spend part of their summer vacation ANKS"It II :
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These books can be plac -
for this
time Bible 'j opportunity on Monday thru library. With Shutter . . 72.00 .
in School attending Thursday from 6:00 to 7:00 pm Soft- ed at your disposal if you desire to ALIVE FOREVER .. .' .... "..... ."...
Camps traveling with parents or,ball will be played on Monday and probe and to explore into them. ATTIC STAIRWAY, *' / "..:' .
perhaps spending some time in between the covers .
i Thursday nights from 7:00 to 10:00. : We also want to strongly recom- is very difficult for us to find h. AI IAO . ... /J;;&-#'MJWINDOW ,t I .18.00
:visiting relatives in distant !j I of our .
places. readers words sufficient to our of one -; ;
pm. VoTJy ball wilt be played on mend that our younger express 1 5--* .
number of the older BURGLAR5 & \
Quite students
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sincere heartfelt for
j Tues night and Tennis on Wednesday from grades one through six avail appreciation WeddingAibums4Therwbole : : : : : ,._
time employment may find desirable on the farm summer or in"{ night from 7:00 to.1:00 o'clock. themselves of the Suwannee River,the many acts of kindness that was ; \ true tory J GUARDS .Av..J:, .'. .' I.90
i shown us during the sickness and
[Those interested in arts and Library Summer Reading ProgramThe in v' '
town. Whatever the case may be we j death of our beloved husband and of your wedding DOOR, MAHOGANY >,
crafts will have an opportunity to librarian there would be most
just must live through the summer I engage in' these activities on Mon- happy to have you come by and I father. color or in our. specially. 2-0 x 6-8 . . . : .. .' . 4.75
until we have the privilege and finished
j We thank each of from the prints j
8:00 in that you
day an dThursday from to enroll and participate sum- i
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pleasure of returning to school in;; 10:00 a.m. mer .bottom of our hearts. made just for you by I \:, _,

summer late summer.will be We pleasant do hope safe that and the I:, We would especially like to call The program.State of Florida is investinga :May God bless each of you. one of our skilled I 2-3x6-8 . . ... . :.. .. 5.99
Mrs. S. E. Mercer and candid photographers. *
profitable for all our students.We i!attention to the remedial or to the considerable sum of money in its Family I ;: WINDOW SCREENAluminum. ,

would like to take: this oppor-I'will enrichment be held academic each :Monday program through that summer POWELL recreational GAL. TWO program NUPJJPUi that i iI - .t i I 2-8x4-6 . . . ;. .<. .t-' ?.56

tunity to suggest some ways of Friday from 10:00 to 12:00 1 is carried by and through the I \ 31. AD PLYWOOD + '
sum. i i on We wish to thank each of you for 1I 1\ ,"
spending a portion of your vaca-I under the direction of Mr. Coe. Students schools. If we do not take advantage I kindness shown us during the I I -- SHEET .r. 6 90
tion time. The summer recreational your i, . . .. ;. ss:
program of the school will get un-I who know they are deficient]I of the opportunities for recreation this-J passing of dear wife and mother -- ..... -- W AD PLYWOOD :
1! I and relaxation provided by
in some particular subject or subjects I Frances D. Hogan. "
derway on Monday Morning June
10 at 8:00 a.m. We feel that we I may take this opportunity to 'program and if we do not permit The visits phone calls those I : j": sa 1t.e-r : SHEET . ...,: . ; .:. ,2.35
have a very excellent program'strengthen themselves through this ,or allow our children to take_advantage who brought food:, and the many W1JLo 'jl t PREFINISHED PLYWOOD' '
students who of the then muchof beautiful floral God !
lined this summer under the program. Those program offerings. May 5.10
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the direction up of Mr. Brewer Coe [would like to forge ahead during I the money will be misspent. We richly bless each of you. *1Hue PHOTOGRAPHY r MAHOGANY . . ... .*';!

Oehlert and Grace. We would like j I the summer could find work in i do hope that our adult patrons will I I D. R.: Hogan '< ::-' -. ..".,, .. ,. BIRCH . .; . . .::::: 7.68
almost would like! this and participate Mrs. Shirley Shuler and -. :. "" .
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to point out here that this programis any area they study program *- ',' .'? '"
t tto; .;4>< '; t.t OAE %SHEETROCK
not designed for just school age I to undertake. We have several I in it in as many ways and I Family ,,
youngsters but for adults of any I teaching machines and programed I times as your adult life and schedule Terry D. Hogan & family ...--GAL-:(:- I7- -ce+-'iiMo- ....-.. 4x8 SHEET: . .. ,_. ; ; 1.40
age that would like to participateon j I courses that should prove very interesting -J will permit. We do hope that I -t f OAK FLOORING NO. I COM "
a part or full time basis. We and challenging for both I if your children do not have all I I '
remember that the men really students and adults during the sum- their time filled and occupied with I to We express would our like sincere to take thanks this means to our -----1 j Per M! ,: . ." . .,185.00

enjoyed the Softball program last I mer. There wil" ]also be an evening something else that you will en- friends who were so kind and I LONG TERM I FELT 15 I Ib. tf T ,,
summer. It might be that we oughtto session of the remedial and enrich them to participate in : '" .
design some activity for the ment academic program on Mon. both courage the recreational and remedialor over helpful the to loss us of in our our loved recent one.sorrow LOANS : Per RollW.V., ; .';V' .,...' . .- .,.., Z.lD

ladies to eenjoy. If the demand Tuesday and Wednesday from 7:00 enrichment phase of the pro- For the beautiful flowers food j KEY-IN-KNOB f ,

should arise we would be happy to to 10:00 p.m. ,If the demand re- gram to the fullest possible extent.It cards phone calls visits words of Thru the I'I'j LOCKS . . .M T. ..-....... J 4.L5
try to provide something of this quires it. will be necessary for you to fur- comfort spoken and every other '
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nature. We would like to give a run We would, like to remind our [nish transportation for you and act of kindness extended us. We are I LIGHT BULBS

down of the tentatively arranged,mature adolescent and adult readers (I your child to the various phases of I eternally grateful. Live Oak : FO 2.1525'' Ea . . . . . . 20.
summer program. Mr. Oehlert willIA.VV.y.'V of the wonderful opportunities the summer program. May God richly reward each of i ALUMINUM AWNING '
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'. PAGE SIX ...-. ..r ....:. ._ THE. _: JASPER. NEWS.... JASPER!: FLORIDA Friday June 7, 1963

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f WHITE SERINGSN'EWS' BERRY-COLLEGE: :: .. : ,' Jennings.Hi :"'rooUBLEV.EOOING-',- I MRS. POWELL'S- >- '..,:',.*_. Those receiving awards were:
GRADUATES' [. The practice awards went to Jean-
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: : PIANO RECITALS
l f' Mr. and 1Oa"ton A. Avriett
f I IT nie Carter from the elementaryschool
::0-" I Berry College of Mount Berry, Senior Chatterby have the honour pf announcing the Mrs. M.. L. Powell presented her and to Becky Lewis from the
l tIITUiIlJS ;marriage of their daughters Mrs. music pupils from the Jennings
bj Sirs. :Mary Collins I Georgia, will hold commencement junior high. Awards were givento
T exercises for 115 candidates for Serious Us i Elizabeth Carolyn Burnham to-Mr. 'School in a piano Recital in the I Randy Johns Kathy Johns and
The W. S. C. S. heM its monthly i degrees from the Class of 1963 at James Paul Barrett, and Mrs. Jennings High School Auditoriumon Donna Woods for completing] their
meeting at the Methodist Church in! two p.m. Sunday. June 9, in Mount Here we are-just walked down !Gladys Juanita Small to Mr. John I' May 17. %The program was I I first year's work and for getting Into .
the aisle of dear old Jennings High ''Sylvanas Padgett on Monday, the composed of numbers portraying I(I
the Educational Building, Monday Berry ChapeL Candidates for Bachelor -| their second year's music. A
evening at 7:30 p.mDue. to the THEODORE Ii:. MATHIS of Science degrees include,for the last time--rather depressing third of June, one thousand, nine the following types of music: 1. religious three month's improvement awardwas
absence of the new President and Funeral"services for Theodore R. ,Ytof..a.tWV1llb.mc of Jennings and J'J'I ] -it was the last walk last Wednesday .hundred and sixty-throe at homo music, 2. Folk tunes, 3. gtven to Juts; Powell, Kathy
and Vice Persident, Mrs. W. B. Ted) Mathis age 46, was held at George Henry Wynn of Jasper.BOOKMOBILE. I when we received our diplo-(of the Honorable Hal W. Adams, in graduation music, 4. contemporary Dedge and Gail Carter. The award
Feagle took charge of the meeting. 4:00 p.m May 28 in the chapel of I mas. Mayo, Florida. music 5. classical music, and 6. for the best all around music pupil
There. were about fifteen membersand Hardags and Sons Northside FUn- I Class night was real: good. dance and popular music. 'i went to Kay Payne in the elementary -
.. two visitors present. Our program eral Homo, 54th and main Streets Joyce Royals looked lovely and The following awards were given: school with Randy Johns as
,-' was on prayer. Mrs. Mary Jacksonville, Florida with Rev. sounded better when she sanggether" "To An award to Kathy Harrell Denise runner up. In Junior high school
Collin was the leader and those* Edwin Smith officiating Clergy- g.CHEDULE.I last Friday night. :.. Deas and Gail Williams for having this award went to Sharon Sapp
Interment in Riverside I Jackie is so excited about recev- finished aH their first work
taking part were Mrs. Mae Sitrunk mam was year I with Becky Lewis as the runner-
Mrs. Marie McDuffie .agt Memorial Park. Pallbearers were The boomobile of the Hamilton ing. that piece of paper. and for being M'ell on their Vvay I I I up. Several of the Jennings pupils
Mrs. Edna Feagle. At the close of Raymond Mathis Jr. Worlie Mathis County Library will be at the fol- Mike wrote his term paper on his into their second year music. From ''participated in the Jasper recital.
the meeting Mrs. Sally Wiggins Bruce Mathis Terry Mathis, lowing places in Hamilton County hobby model cars. New Arrivals! the younger group the practice I' The Music Honor Roll for 19623
1 and Mrs. Susie Jordan served delicious Elmer Mathis and Lynn Swearin-I next week. and every two weeks Where did you boys go after Bac- award went to Kathy Harrell for !includes Randy Johns Kathy Johns
punch and cake. gen'.all nephews of the deceased. thereafter during, the summer. I I culaurate? We tried to find you. having practiced the most hours I:Jeannie Carter, Kay Payne, Becky
The community Vacation Bible Survivprs, besides his wife Jo Books may be checked out by Ben just can't decide- wait untilwe Dr. and :Mrs. Fred Mickler Jr. since January. Sue Murphy from I.I Lewis Sharon Sapp and Florine
School will begin Monday June Arils are two,sons, Charles Daniel, residents in the county at any of, return from* the Senior trip and are the proud parents of a son born the older group received the award Hester
10th through Friday June the 14th. of Jacksonville Fla. and Michael these places or at the Jasper Li; you can telL June 3 in Pineview Hospital Val- for having practiced the most hours :I
There will be a preparation day, Theodore of Kenner La.; parents brary. Ruth DeVane has big plans for dosta. The newcomer weighed 7 The award for the best all around .
Saturday June 8th at 9:00: a.m. Mr .and :Mrs. A. L. Mathis of Jasper TUESDAY, June 11: the trip. pounds 7% ounces and has been music pupil in the piano based on I I Visitor From West Palm Beach
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'This will be for the children and Five brothers. Raymond and 9:2010:20, White Springs colored Linda made us cry when she said named Jonathan Morrow Mickler. attitude, effort, talent, and accur- Miss Mary Lee Hendrix of West
workers to get organized and reg- Edgar Jacksonville, Alex and Roy I' ". school. I wFarewelV* inher speech.T Mrs. Fred Mickler oi(; Madison is acy, went to Brenda Murphy, with Palm Beach, arrived Friday to vis.
This will be short Jennings, and Maxie of GainesvilleFive Rodger has many admirers. Lookout award I i it her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs
istered. a period 10:20 11:20, In White Springs on t. spending this week at the home of Kay Hill as runner-up. An I I.
and very important that each one sisters Mrs. J. P. Leigh and Lake City Road. New York her son, Dr. Fred: Jr. was given to Mary Wells for being,Ed Swilley of Jennings and her
be there. This will be a combined Mrs. Fred Swearingen. Jackson. 2:00.4:00, Jasper Recreation Cen-(''"Brenda is very sorry to leave the most ttalented in.nius.ic, Others -'cousin, Mrs. Fred McDonald. On
school of all the church in the com- ville; Mrs. George Avriett, Jennings ter (colored patrons) old J. H. S. I 1- receiving awards during the|I Sunday Miss Hendrix accompaniedthem
munity. There will be classes for Mrs. Corbett Dees Jasper,WEDNESDAY, June 12 I I Jerry did a swell job at class Hospital News 'I year for special work were Marla I to dyattville. Georgia for the
pre-schoolers through intermediates. and Mrs. Charlie Thompson of 10:10 10:30, White Springs Post night. Selph Cheryl Ann Taylor, Jane Hendrix!1 f family reunion which was
The school wit begin 8:30: a.m. Winter Haven. A host of other relatives Office Chuck can really figure moneyto Tyre, Penny Roebuck Sue Murphy held||i at the home of Walter Hen

and end at 11:30 a.m.Commencement and.friends. morn his passing. 10:35 11:45, White Springs white.. the last penny.C. and Annaree Hiers.In drix. Miss Mary Lee Hendrix re-
-- turned to West Palm Beach on Mon
Service followingthe Jasper
school W. says that it costs money to I
close o fthe school will be held surgery. God bless her and a quick 12:001:00, Effie Sistrunk home graduate but he is glad to stop Mrs. Powell's Jasper music pupils day.
Friday evening at 7:00 p.m. at the and successful recovery. 1:301:45, Avis Cason home I. studying. were presented in their piano i

Methodist Church. Mr,. W. B, Feagle' is home atfer 2D02:15) ,, Simpson home. Eddie loked so nice at graduationS. I 1 recital in the Jasper Elementary : N/ t>KtNS--printed to your order
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:-. Mrs. Mildred Youn gis planningon several weeks in the hospital. Her For schedule for week of June 1 I M. thanks.for letting:us go to :'School Cafeteria on Thursday evening -.I .
going In the hospital in Jacksonville -i is':recovering:J nicely. Wje. hope he 17, please .refer to last week's payour house for breakfast. PATIENTS IX HOSPITAL NOW: May 30. call,. THE JASPER NEWS
Monday June 10. to undergo continues to improve.. .,* .':.. per. .-' i, Edna listed two pages of articlesto Herman Fletcher t -

I I I take on the trip. Miss Mary Nell Peacock I i NOTICE OF TAX SALE

HORACE I Burnham News Lynette will be very happy to Clyde Jones (col) I Notice is hereby given that at 12:00 noon on the 1st day of July
travel by train. She and Edna will Rachel Williams (coL) A.D. 1963 at the city ha'llin the City of Jasper, Hamilton County,
I 'By UPPEREKMisn ] be together. James Arline (col) Florida, 'tax sale certificates will be sold on the following described!
STEPHENSONWill I LOIS Wayne, we wish that you were Arthur Hawkins (col.) lands to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same,
Petty John Tillman of: going with us on the trip. Carrie Young (coL) together with the interest and all costs of such sale and advertising.
Chicago,-,js,spendSng some time I I Syl has had his suitcase packedfor PATIENTS DISCHARGEDSINCE NAME OF TAXPAYER or OWNER 1962 TAXES DUE
., with her uncleXaVid anut Mr. and four days. LAST NORMAN DOUGLAS-Part of Lot No. 5, Block 129, Lang's
IN Mrs. Ed plat{ t -liss Tillman also. We are glad that Judy will be I WEEK: Survey, Section 5. Twp. IN. Range 14E .............. $ 3.001
Give TRADE spent sometime:last week in Orlan- with us on the trip. Elton Moore JAMIE GLORIA, LARRY AND MARY ANN PLETCH-
t. $ do with hpr. sister. Mrs. Carol Wil- Thanks to the Deas and Bates:; Kenneth Wood n ER -Lot No. 4, Block 26, Caldwefl's Survey, Section 6,
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You 2..0. 0 FOR fianms. ; Up YOUR We all enjoyed the reception. Mrs. Essie Sweat LESTER HURST Lots numbered 3, 4, 5, and 6, Block 9,
To OLD Brenda Murphy", Sue Murphy and Thanks, Mr. and Mrs. DeVane.We Mr. Arthur M. Norris Caldwell's Survey, Section 6, Twp. IN, Range 14E ... 9.0C
I{ I Serena Williams of the Jennings will give one more reporton Mrs. Helen Amerson GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. -Part of Block A Caldwell's
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I III d Music Club Ifad'part in the Music the doings of the Jennings Sen- W. H. Deas Survey, Section 6, Twp. IN, Range 14E .............. 42.< I Recital A\ Jasper.. Friday night, iors and that will close our book Mrs. Mamie Lee Simmons STEVE SMITH, JR. AND WIFE Part. of Block A, Cald.
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;.., Leaving now for the big cities Mrs.: Betty Sue Bhmk JAMES M. SOWELL AND WIFE _W% of Lot No. 1, Block '
; "I Miss Faye Kramer and fiance;; of. Washington and New York. Gracie Turner (coL) 31, Caldwell's Survey, Section 6, Twp. IN, Range 14E 21
: ,fit'w ,Name Brand: Watch I Mr. Robbie Robertson of Jackson. Happy td have Mr. Ben go withus. Henriette Williams (eel) ,JAMES M. SOWELL (- Part Block 21, Caldwell Survey *

I viDe spent the weekend with Faye's. -I must finish packing. Willie Welcome' (coL. I Section 6, Twp IN, Range 14E ..................... LT
mother Mrs. Elizabeth Kramer. James Walker (coL) j 'June 7.14, 21, 28 LILLIAN L. BEMBRY
j Spending this weekend with .14g% > .... So long!! Allen Scott (coL) I City Tax Collector City of Jasper, Florid
Kramer is her cousin Helen MeLzer
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Give s s s f..

I Mr. and Mrs. Pennywell KfHY "{.
and family of Live Oak had supper .
I Saturday night with their daughter S ;eti
I i and sister Mr. and Mrs Cleveland action is your dish !

j Selph and family.
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Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Burnham S
and children of Lakeland Fla. Mr.


baby and Mrs.and and Mr.children Hallam and Mrs.of Culbreth Jacksonville James and Coleman you've just got to comeFORD'S fry i.


spent the weekend with their par- :
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\ daughter Lois Zipperer spent Saturday '
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j.-:", :.wow:.' a .vnv \iD'wv37t.:4v:S+Ww1V..A 7a0 I with their daughter and sister : TOTALPERFORMANCECHAMP
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Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Mathis. and I
.. 17 J. Elgin acesMen's children. ,sss.

Mr. and Mrs Hollis McCUlloughl 11
and Ladies
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t From -_....................................... ....... ......$59.59 ing Mr.the and weekend Mrs. Franklin with their Gaston.parents, ,*. .- ., i ir

Less Trade ....... ... . ..... 20.00 I ,. rii .-,
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children spent Sunday in Madison .:. _.w
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: Myrtice Sauls is back with
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-: : J Charlie Deas after spending some :
;' .' time in Jacksonville with tivess
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",-..', .-.,. :Mr. Isaac Shiver Jr afFeran-;
dina is spending several Says this
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1 .y Isaac Shiver Sr. -
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Tt + Mr. Horne will soon be- well and I'U I
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? r their sister Mrs. Frank: Dukes in ,SUPER TORQUE FORD 2-DOOR HARDTOP

, ,:(" ,' IIJ ., ", Quitman, Ga.. Sunday.. .
: i Come drive our new Super Torque Ford "fastback" hardtop same model that made car
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Fine Hamilton Watches Monday June 3rd at 10:00 a.m. I
Mrs. Hilda Cunningham Alderman history by sweeping.the first 5 places In the Daytona 500! This Is.Ford's total performance in
FOR LADIES & MEN
was of 120
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degrees at Valdosta candidates State receiving College action and what action! It proves that Ford has the handling the braking, the endurance,
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; .- $79.50 She graduated with honor receiving the go-powe-everithing it takes to stand up-and then someunderthe

; -: :< 1"-, .."liss'Trade: ............. 20.00 a B.. S..degree. in Secondary Ed-
:. ... -. ucation.' type of driving you do! And right now you'll save extra. because
'J' ttf-" '. You. Pay Only ..,.......... ... .... .. 59.50 Following
I the graduation exercise we're FAST ACTION SPECIALS in stock priced
offering car
every
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... ,. .with a luncheon at Minchew's in :...> .. to move out fast! Act fast while they last",.,,. come In today! FORD. .
Valdosta.. "Those enjoying the luncheon { %*

3. Alderman were and:,Mr.daughters and Mrs, ,Sbefli Russell. : I;., ,:;ACTION<(IS THE i&ATTACTION-SEE YOUR DEALER

s a and Janet of Jennings?'Dr. Rich ,,' ..
ard Cunningham and Dick Kent of : -- "s. 'f
I Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Harlan I

\j Lambert Neal of of Valdosta Deland;; Mrs.Mrs. Vance Daniel O .< Lewis Motor Co I

1 DOWNTOWN'VALDOSTAand I Smith an ddaughter Joyce Jasper;
j CASTLE PARK Mr.and Mrs.Lou Shadrick. Pinetta i
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f ONE GOD"" f(blessed'to v.enjoy* freedom' of-religion -'and in you alt" :{ \*'. MEETING TONIGHT TO KICKOFF, .. ..A
as faY as our laws are concerned -{ There are: ,many passages of
{ Yes there is only I but :lie has given us one 'exists. We are, ,restricted, to singleness of mind on the part of SCHOOL "BOND? PETITIONING : .. -= -. '." -t" -' -
life, the Holy i following only what God has revealed God and the unity 'which must i I. ., *i fIn .;Jt T "
guide there is In his written word the exist between or among those who for the circulation of petitions l leading '' .rWi. *
preparation ;
way which we must I Bible, n.1n:9. ?..It profess to love the Lord. Christ 7 4ODaCCO"
consolidated high school l for grades 10, 11, and
this one way is.strait ( I The Apostle 'Paul wrote in Eph. prayed to the Father in the shadowo to a
narrow and few 4:1-6 I therefore the prisoner of fthe cross for those twelve whomhe 12 in Hamilton County, a meeting has been called for
find it Matt. 7:13. the Lord, beseech you that ye walk had chosen in John 17:9-20, and;this Thursday night, June 6, at 8:00 p.m. in the Jasper
way in which the .8'.4'f worthy of the vocation wherewithye then for all of us who should believeon High School Auditorium. All persons throughout the
and are traveling are called,with lowliness and Twine
him through their word John;
is who wish lend their to the drive are .
a broad way and meekness with longsuffering, forbearing 17:20-21 that we should all be one :county 'to support .
one can do nothing one another in love; Endeavoring even as he and the father are one,, I'urged to be present.
ing this way with to keep the unity of the Now we know that he didn't mean}r Remember-the: meeting TONITE, at 8:00 p.m.
wants to travel this 'spirit In the bond of peace.. Thereis that we should all be one Christian i NEEDS.Special .
the end of that I'I one body, and one spirit even as but he did mean for the unity of I I .Prices Quantities
found distinction ye are called in one hope of your mind and practice to be characteristic I I believe that God had sent him. that we all be one as he and the on Large
ment heartache and calling; One Lord, one faith one, of all believers as was with I The Apostle Paul admonished that Father are one. '
our comprehension. : one baptism one God and Father of him',and the father. The reason for I;group of Christians at Corinth who The real test comes when fhe A. LEVIN & SON
We live in a land all who is above that the world would and do believe
all and through all, this being so were in a divided condition word of God is taught you .
he told them it *, Oc with ... '" V.'Ir ..!, .
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.. _- according what it. are you satisfied Jaspcr
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i is a possibility for us to be united whatever you may'have embracedand
I religiously for lie said in 1 Cor. disregard those truths of God 'a
To The Fanners of !1:10" Now I beseech you brethren which differ with whatever you
Jesus now uphold? If only this one lesson
of ,
I :by the name our Lord
all the same 'could be learned as taught by the
',Hamilton County ,,' j I Christ thing, and that ye that there speak be ;no divisions -apostle Paul in n Tim. 31617. "All SCHULTZ HELL MOBILE HOME
1, among you; but that ye be 'scripture is given by_the inspira-
!I perfectly joined together Ain the. tion of God and is profitable for Discount City the South's LargestIS
''mind and in the same judge- doctrine for reproof for correction
would like much to and visit with sam
very come I for instruction in righteousness that
ment." And also to those at Philipi man of God may be perfect, NOW IN VALDOSTA!
.every tobacco farmer and see your crop, but sinceI I whereto in Philippians have 3:16"already Nevertheless attained, throughly furnished unto all good

have discovered such a dreadful disease in my j l'let us walk we by the same' rule,let us divided works."on The what religious the Bible world teaches is not I MOBILE HOMES AS LOW AS

mind the same thing. :it is divided over what isn't taught Sales Tax Ins. Inc.
crop I am afraid that I might cause someone else The Bible is perfect man is not We are to be silent where God is $1 DOWN ,
therefore if we are to please our I silent and speak where he -speaks. No Closing Cost
to have it, as it is so contagious. It may be carried j God, we are all going to follow the, lPet. 4:11.
same rule the perfect law which I Kenneth E. Thomas -Open Till 10 .m.-
-, on your feet and tires of all vehicles., But I I he has given,,Jas. 1:25. Acts 20:32, ; Oak Grove Church of Christ
I n Pet 1:3 embrace the one faith Ph. 938-2091 Box 226. JenningsHELP I Ii .Schultz Hill Mobile\ Homes Inc.
hope that each of you will have a wonderful l become member' of the one body ,

the church, -Eph; 1:22-23 Col; 1:18 i ; 1901 South Patterson Call 242-4260
Eph. 4:4. and all travel the one } I
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crop.Take road that leads to life eternal the STOP < '. __- ."_ __ .n _' '. _"'
your'_time and let it get good and ripe strait and narrow way. Matt. 7:13. MALICIOUS %
This is and has always been the
before you gather!: and it will mean money to you- plea, of the Church-of Christ, because WOODSf Jf:
it is the only scriptural plea DIRECTLY ON THE .
and that, know, is what you need and want out I which can be made. We realize that BURNING! i x ti'y t f .WORLD'S.MOST Day"ona ,
there will always be division, but 1 FAMOUS BEACH '
of your crop. I will do my best to see,that you get of this God is not the author 1 Cor \ Beac nF&d.c,
14:33. If the word of God is FRIENDLY RESORT
pure A
the high dollar at my warehouse and will appre- planted in the hearts of honest '.o t tI .lixano .ph. .ffies.{ .. ciate business. individuals the fruits will all be the ; tt I Il rooms.NEW HEATED SWIMMING_ c.C.H.a..lOwae'. l t ;;
your same as they were when Christ and t POOL Alr-Conditio..eI and 1iu'e.d
II the apostles walked and talked hereon I ...Ttftvuton. '.Spitlous Lawn end OPEN h
I am your friend, this earth,we will only be knownas : ht1e .Fr.. Nrlm, YEAR ROUND
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Christians, not by: some party FILE GUIDES Heir All efhraafions.rfeW.erPIoa.
name of some faction about which CL 2.1452
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Butch ChandlerChandler's I I you can read nothing in the Bible,' "A to 7" : For Reservations I I I
Is this unreasonable plea I'm" sure
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Warehouses all will have to agree if they are 1
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honest with themselves and with and Colors /
,Jasper Florida God that this is what he wants I PAPERTHE
Christ .
otherwise prayed an \D') rI
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'tN"J .J7'r6fQ: ,. r.A.rr_ ...._.;.:m. _.,..-_"'*-_ _- --v.---.. ,MM scritpural prayer when he prayed 11 I
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t : SEASONTOBACCO .. and a wrong time.The button stage to mid-bloom stage.It's'still too flowers tinged with brown now,and
"J' is the wrong time.All MH-30 labels early to spray. If you decide to top rtiany are beginning to drop.Now ,.

and literature stress the correct time at this stage then wait about a the time to spray...but go easy.Tho,
-: 0 1 .. i to apply proper equipment and week,apply MH-30 and remove all rule of thumb is:.1 pinLof MH-30

r--' _...:. '; :-' rayprocedues.Be sure by followsuckers and late tops. ,.,q-r for every 1,000 plants! Or no more,
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G MH-30 treated crop You can fudge fully ripened leaf by fading of green color of the midrib,loss of MH-30 Use Not Restricted
.. tackiness, development of grain and texture.The leaf tends to develop a yel .
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f lowish color a little ahead so judge by Agriculture does notoppose
;T 1 A fully ripened leaf will not wilt as readily and will snap crisply from the stalk.Department or discriminate against

,j-I '- .. '- 4&-...-.. Do not let Brown Spot or leaf-loss weroes push you into early harvesting.MH30 use i of MH-30 for tobacco i
., 1: t ;;.r.r "N treated leaves have the added strength to"hang on"during the extra grower
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1.' .; ,! TUCK.CHEMICAl.Df.VI'9IOMyourto. : ccowiD-stalk-ripenwithout deterioration or loss of leaf.Followthesetance.r: and correct proper use of MH-3GL I
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f' FLOURRIVER MIXED NUTS $ .00
44 4_ OZ. 69KRAFTS SAKE ,.
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NABISCO 12oz. pkg. !t. llJJf 10
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Wafers 25 TUNA can/ 2 9 c' SLIC ED 9flc

BUSH'S Ib.l
I F.r 0-Joy Gc GREEN and WHITE FGrLA.A fli -BACON- .

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I Ice M-Ik I' LIMAS4 Large .:'u ARMOUR'S STAR .1 L oz.

Doz FRANKS pkg. _____39C

HOLSUM. FRESHLY OLD-FASHIONED ,
'COPELAN' 4-7 LR AVG.' -

Grape Jelly -39c; Y GROUNDI'DAIS'Y,
Smoked Picnics
far BEEF $1.39 CHEESE 49c

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HOLSUM 28-oz. jar 3 ,
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PEANUT 5 9 C BIRDSEVt CUT.BEANS .
GRADE A GA.OR FLA. "
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Fryer Parts 10 oz.pkg.__ ,

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'f NESCAFE 10 jarKRAFT'S 99c SHORT 10 oz pkg 2 for 47c

THIGHS
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WHIP Jar Raspberries _.33c
flAA 4, TOILET 4 9flc

T .1. .0': oz' GULF SPRAY TISSUE 'Ro"RICELAND pk.... J BAGGIES 25 count _'43c
Jar---- PintCan Quart ,
;;iL.i: 35c Can...... 59' FAULTLESS .FLORIENT ea.
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: JIM DANDYGRITS: 16-pz.,can.SOUTHERN '. ; l
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Limit one of your choice with $5.00 or
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FRESH,GREEN GIANT PKG: I, HOOD'S qt. can
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