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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: June 14, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
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PRICE lOc PER COPY $3.00 PER YEAR HAMILTON COUNTY JASPER FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1963 VOLUME 93 NUMBER 24TIOW'

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: : :: Chamber of 'Commerce; To Hold (H
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I CONSOLIDATION
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\ GSADUA II.Beauty ContestThe '.


'. f Hamilton County Chamberof I have been hearing about con led by a laboratory when they get
Pictures of the graduating Seniors of .Hamilton County High. Commerce will' :hold a beauty! solidation in Hamilton County during .,Ito college, and ALL would have the

:. Schools were>requested ,some .t time ago by .the:? Js per News and we, contest during July to select a Jennings Meeting\ ; all of the eight years I havebeen if opportunity of playing in the band
t editor of The Jasper News,, they desired.
,A have received Jasper and White Springs pictures which are printed young in.Jadyrtmrepresent the MIss! Florida the'Cro eounty -i".j I Called' To*OpPOse, and. Id usuaJbr opposed. it. most. Mrs. Bill i mentions the lack of

herewith. The Jasper Baccalaureate was held. Sunday evening. June Beauty Contest at Jacksonville I Consolidation ly because always hoped7tW' '" Participation 4jy .the .students. In

2, in the First Baptist Church. ,.Diplomas! were given out on Monday Beach. ious communities of the County larger school, but again she as.good
I J I t There will be a public meeting would grow enough to support t SlImes that Hamilton
evening of this week in the school<< 1 auditorium. Billy Dail was Salutatorian high schools in County High
The each town. It has School
Florida Crown Council of in the Jennings High School Auditorium : would be a large school.
and Virginia Vickery"'was Valedictorian. The Seniors conducted ; _. Chambers Con nrce' is an or- I I on Tuesday night. June 18, become increasingly evident, how. She mentions the possible loss of

the entire program, With no'oufoide =speaker, and it wasfgreat-, ;; ganization of fifteen northeast Florida -at 8:00 o'clock pm. for the purpose "- ever, that things must come to ahead Ag Home EC, and Commercial+ departments -
I In this
the .Counties, of M1cb'anlocal of opposing Consolidation of matter many years to Jennings, I do
ly enjoyed by the. audience, although lack of a loudspeaker system before that not
Chamber is a member. The'Ham !the Hamilton County High School. increased population<< I know If this is true or not, but an-
made hearing very difficult. .ilton County Beauty Contest. be I Everyone is. invited to attend,, can possibly occur. In fact the, other thought that occurs to me is
..i. ', time is new and things have indeed that
ccnducted under th r
>i same rules especially interested persons from perhaps the ninth grade is
TOR*Left to right > ,_. ,,,;' .' Top left to right: as the Florida Clown Council con Jennings and White Springs. Those reached a point where, i it: early for these departments too
Jfcascy Ehlert Bobby Jean Hayes h ( .:. .::-:.",- ',: .::'. ....: "< ,' >: Mary Dorman Carolyn DavisBottom I test. All entries in the local contest who oppose or persons FOR Consolidation seems to me, consolidation is the, way, and perhaps. ninth graders any.

Bottom, left to right J Left to right must be sponsored by an or- are invited to attend and of only recourse. I believe that most I should be studying spelling instead
the of
people White
r-: I ganization within the county. their views. A questionand Springs area of home ec or
Vicky Goolsby Jimmy Norris salt Ann Taylor, Hattie Mae Darby express must also the commerce.
see
handwriting on
-.t answer session win be invited. Transportation will be
I a big question -
'. ,' ...J.t; All organizattions in Hamilton the waD, for maintaining a complete to
:Y" Petitions opposing consolidation many people and it true
4 ,... j ... l'I I r County are urged to select a girl f will be on hand for those de- high school for 20 studentsis that a very few students will have
J< it is hard
a luxury to
Justify.
..t, ..i' ,if : to represent their organization in slrin gto sign it.Monthly I to spend more time on the buses.
{ the local contest.. Judging of the Jennings, however is in a little But it stands to reason that most
Hamilton County contest will be I better position in that the build students from the extremities of

i- f held during the latter part'of Meeting Ings' are in good condition, and the county would not have to go to
'' t the date and time will be they are not overcrowded, and Jennings or White Springs first before
JulY'1
Hamilton CountyCommissioners about 85 students are in the
i ed in the near future.: top coming to Jasper, and we
three, high school,, grades. They venture to
as
I say pupils
many
Each contestant win complete seem to be their
on holding own oat r would have a shorter
bus ride
beauty only which ,will include least have to
not yet slipped, in Jasper
I as would have a longer bus
? C figure, face hair personality' and Monday June 3. 1963 numbers, to the point of being a ride in the event of consolidation. ,

aTop poise., Appearance in street dress Jasper, Florida completely impractical high school.At Remember also, these so-called
bathing suit, and evening gown will Jasper the crisis is. here! children
who
be required. There is The City Council of Jasper Florida We have to hathese
no entry I cannot go on in the present bus
rides
fee in the contest. met in regular session, Monday building without spending large are aU at least 15 years
s .: evening, June 3, 1963, at 7:30 p.m. old. No small children are involved
sums locationis
I The rules require that each contestant I in the City Hall of the City of Jasper on rebuilding. The in this change at all.
poor and noisy, and getting
t< I must: (1) be single and never 1 with the following present: Hamilton County has long been
worse day. In Jasper the
J every
Let 4i I have been married or had a Councilman Eugene Lang Chairman plagued by internal squabbling because
to right school board has a real problem.
Coun-
; Mayor C. E. Courtoy: ,
marriage annulled. ((2X Her there three
on are
Bo Bembry, Billy Dail Salutatorian age separate
cilman Wade B. Norris, Councilman ,
) A S August 1, 1963, shall be not less Mrs. mil's LetterIn communities here. If all students
Tom Owens, Councilman
Bottom Left to right I I than sixteen nor more than twen- I James 1.. Dunaway, City Attorney, last week's paper Mrs. B. B. could look forward to coming to
i Steve Lamb, Rusty Fennel I ty-five. (3)I She mustr be a resi- F. B. Harrell, City Manager, Rob- Hill of Jennings area wrote a letter Hamilton County High School, it

iI dent of Hamilton County for, six ert H. Fisk, and Supt. of Public which we must admit, brought would be a powerful force for con-
I r months prior to the contest,. or a Works, Palmer Smith, Mr. W. T. forth many good arguments, which solidation of the county as well as
1a registered student attending school Cause, United Bridge & Iron Co.; must be examined farther. Aftelooking the There would be
i- c within the county. Mr. IL B. Georgia, United Bridge & at them very closely. rconsolidation of interests, efforts,
The Hamilton County Chamberof Tank Works: Mr H. H. Lauramore will discuss some of them. and attitudes. I really believe

Commerce extends .a most cordial JohrLManviUe Products. In the first place Mrs. Hill says that the county can never work
invitation to the,various organizations Acting Chairman C. E. Courtoy that many people who favor a new together until some such reasonas
called the meeting to Order asking
SPONSOR VALDICTORIAtf in the county to select Harrell with school don't have to pay the taxes this comes about. {
L a, young lady who.comes with- Attorney: to open pray tcf buy,it, and that is true. It Js I believe it will- only be a matters

I< )I_ .' Dies Blanche Perry. ..... '_...Virginia 1.. .vi liery'tj ... ,.. i ingjthj: term3ptitherj, $ Si to represent er.The .minutes of.. the previous one. of the bad.points.of .Florida'homestead. s time-.until Jennings is in the
J> ._,II -.-- : their organization in the meeting-were adopted as presentedupon Exemption law* but it, same-position as .White Spring,
contest motion by Councilman Duna- is something We have to live with and until then, can we be expected! '

Any organization desiring to en- wayvith a second by Councilman until changed in Tallahassee. to build expensive facilities for i
ter a girl in the contest may secure Owens. Motion carried. She mentions difficulties in college I I three high schools when one would
an application blank from Acting Chairman C. E. Courtoy, which are often blamed on a 1 I do the Job? We not only should
the Chamber of Commerce ,office. next called the opening of bids :small schools. It is true that many I not but probably won't. Does any
s The 'deadline for submitting'eppli- 'i for supplying 8" water pipe and: graduates, of large schools drop I one think the taxpayers of the coon,
:":::,,. .t. cations will be announced later. 'I fittings for use in connecting the ;out of colftse, but there are many .ty will agree to buBd three first
I recently purchased water tank into'the advantages that we could give our j I class or even three third class
City water system.. Bids were
: :children that high[ schools in the I bet
thejt not
are now get- j county.
Sermon In opened and read aloud< from: Moore I
Art
: ToBe Dry Kiln Company John ManvilleCo. 1 ting. How about a physics lab a j I more taxpayers would object to

Lii7 # .. j Given I .. United Pipe Company and chemistry lab a band.If this than would object to building
a, at First Davis Meter Company. Low bid on the top three grades of all of a Hamilton County High School.

Below, top, left to right: h ,- s 4 Below, Top, Left to Right the 8" water line was submitted by I|1 Hamilton County white schools It appears to me that if the voters -
i Susan Levin, Wendel Padgett ..f y Tony Peterson, Jan David I I Baptist Church Johns Manville Company at 51-71'were consolidated we would still turn down this bond issue fora

Bottom left to right Bottom, Left to right I per foot. Low bid on the necessary C only have less than 250 students, consolidated" high school the
Robert Dampier John Haskins Bitner ."" .. fittings was submitted by Davis and no stretch of the..imaginationcould problem (the very came one) will
Johnny Theresa Taylor ;: f, <,,'".; I{[Meter Company. After a study and :: call that a large high school. I be dumped in the lap of the school

:5 u L a ; :'; .. \ J J'II '{I I discussion of the bids a motion was I I:t would. however be large enoughso I board, for I can see no other so
' E Jerry Stewart, Hal Holton : 'made. by Councilman Dunaway that students would not be dazza lution.
x. sI with a second by Councilman Nor-
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L1 Picture below, top left to right: : 'II l! jris' that .the low bids be accepted.
L wie './ ... Motion carried ,by unanimous vote
' t Mallory Daniels, Patricia Bundy. t j 1.$1"I:of Council. second by Councilman Dunawaythat School Petition
R John Lewis, Jackie RobinsonSprngs .' bills be '
the following monthly
Chairman Lang then called for
I' Printed In TKfe
bids for repairing and painting the paid. Motion Carried.

elevated water tank recently purchased Western Union .............. 2.20 .
f by the City. Bids were open- Sydney Carter .............. 4.67 Issue For Signing
jedand read aloud from: United The Jasper News .......... 88.40 I
I r Bridge and Iron" Company Tulsa North Florida Telephone Co. 61.94 A group of public spirited citizens
.............. 20.00W. I
'- 1 If Oklahoma,-.and&United Bridge and HOVard"right are paying for the publicationas
Tank Works T'Whitfield, Alabama. lit; D. Chevrolet Co. ...... 12.65 an advertisement of the petition
A low Bid of $2,700.00 was submitted Kayo's Drug Store .......... .98 seeking a consolidated school
: J\i\ by United Bridge and Tank Jasper Laundry and Dry' ] bond election in Hamilton County.

j J Works;, Whhneld, Alabama. Aftera Cleaners .. .............. 4026 This petition is for the convenience
study and discussion of the bidsa The Cities Service Oil Co. .. 206.36
of who either do not
i motion was made by Councilman Motorola ............#....... 21.00Jax persons
1 Dunaway with a second by Uniforms ........... 12808 (have ready access to a petition
Councilman Norris that the low King Hardware Co. ........ 92.41Georgia i'otherwise, or who, for some reason
A sermon in art will be bid of 2700.00 be accepted. Motion Plate Glass Co. ...... 9.77 :,do not wish to publicly sign a pe
this Sunday in presented I carried by unanimous vote of council Sears & Son Inc. ... ....... 136.00 tition. Any registered voter of
f evening the First
4 4 Baptist Church Newsome Ford Tractor Co. .. 10.97 Hamilton County including these
of
Rev. Jasper by the I Chairman Lang now opened the I Utility System Revenue Fund 25.05 who are not at present in the eotavty. -
pastor. .
Sayer Canova. A Bible meeting to the public for hearing on i Garry's Auto & Radio Service'5.50 is invited to sign the petition
scene is portrayed on the drawing I proposed 1963-64 City Operating The J. O. Burch Co. ......:'... 1.50 and send the whole advertisement
board with colored lights used for i Budget. After discussion of the E. C. Browne Co. ............ 125 I'.to Billy W. Hill, Jasper Florida.It .
various effects. Everyoneis invitedto Budget by the Council, and there Western Auto Associate Store 1.11
will have the effect if
same as
this service which begins at being no comments from anyone Evans Building Products Co. 14.30
8-00()( p.m. present, a motion by Councilman I Florida Power Corp. .......745-22 a regular petition had been signed.
Norris with a second by Mayor Lewis Motor Company .... '. 58.10
IMMUNIZATION FOR Courtoy, that the Budget be adopted Hamilton County Bank (Exch.) 1.77 Letter to the Editor

JENNINGS PRE-SCHOOL Motion carried by unanimuos vote I Sandlin Auto Parts .........11.73 : Dear Sir: i
'Vh t e a Graduates l CHILDREN 1 of the ,Council Wallace and Tiernan. Inc. ... 19.56 I' Have just read Mrs. B. B, Hilts
After a discussion about Davis Meter & Supply Co. Inc 94.90 j letter.! Hooray for Mrs Hill and

wk i Pre-School children receive ing1 street lighting in tmprov.1,Petty Cash .............-.... 65.88 thank you for puWtthteg.this letter
may tions of the 'City a ,MoHies Restaurant (prisoners Our schools fine
!their 1. I| are Just as the/
immunizations in Jennings at made I by Mayor Courtoy with a meals) .................... 61.75J. are. To me paying taxes td keep
(the city building Friday June 21 second by Councilman Owens to S. Padgett ................ 1X0 them this is better than
.I from 9 to 11 aon. Please bring birth notify the Florida Power Corpor- Blanches Flower Shop (Mrs. Hogan way raev*

;(Certificate if your child is to regis- ation to. install improved lighting Service) '..... ......,.... 10.00 lag our schools.
'ter for in accordance with the ... We have been told at our P. T. A
school this year. Older City's Master Suwannee Block Co. .!. 300.00
,people too may receive necessary Street:Lighting Plan On the following The being no further business the .I meetings here In- WWte Springs a
immunization'at this time. streets, 1st street S. W. meeting adjourned. J I i number of times that We have a
1st Avenue S. .E,* 8th Street S. W.; Chairman: Eugene C. Lang ,[very good school, and to'w* do.
and 10th Street S. W. 'Motion carried A1'TESTUWan L.'Bembry i! Mrs. Ruth M. Cnasteen .
Mobile X-ray Unit by unanimous vote of the CouncflL City Clerk !
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......FINANCIAL REPORT ...... .
k I. : : 'To I Be In CountyHamilton A motion was made by (Councilman ; ..........,.May 1963GENERAL .....;...... ... l TotalRecetpts ...... .... 4.61497
.
1 Dunaway with a second by FUND'Cash If
.l Health Councilman Norris to. transfer Totzt Cash Available ...... !4.912.76 ,
( :: County Depart- funds remaining In the Interest'and Available. May 1, :

I announces to all foodhandlers, teachers S"mJdngtFu d .(Refunding,'Bond.issue I 1963 .__................ 4,297.79'I DISBURSEMENTS:

Myrtle Wiggins Carol Law Annette Conner health card.holders that the ,,off 1939):,to the'Geae ral.pmIt- RECEIPTS: t Mayor and Council .......... 4946
'>.- Bobby Fish Florida State Mobile X-Ray Unit ing Fund, and that no further funds 1962 Taxes JL296.24 Management and alee .... 508.75' '

In White t .S rings.. Baccalaureate was held in the ,will be in our county on June 25. will b deposited to this* account. Interest .... 2.00 1.23&24; Ii Finance and Taxatten ...... 3K.7S
auditorium : : high' school l This is not our regular T. B. Sur- AIL! Bonds-: have been retired and Cigarette ,Tax ,..,..,..... 158L53Franchise Legal .................-..... 50.00
on Sunday nIght, and Commencement was held Tuesday'night I vey. It win ,be stationed at fee there..is.-no further need for this Tax .............. 25.00 Insurance ................ 219.68
both In the High School Auditorium. White had following locations. fund. Motion carried by unanimous 'I Llvemes ..........'.*......... 34.25 Public Relations ............ WOJtf
Seniors graduating of Springs four I Jennings at the Post Ofice Ham to vote of the Council Fines ..,..,.........'....... 148750 Police Department ...... 1412.63
: ; : year,' whom. Myrtle: Ann Wiggins';was Vale- 12noon. A motion made by Councilman Mayors Fees .1-..... 46.00Garbage Fire Department .......... 43537
dictorian. In addition four adults received their diplomas result Jasper at the-Health Clinic'1:3t Oto Owens with a second by Mayor ..,................. %1.00i Building Inspection........ 176.85
of nighr: school as a 3:00. Courtoy to transfer 5000.00 from i Rentals...'.................. 11.00 Public Works:
They Edward
; are Buston:Chateen.Gussie Register 1'Utilities Fund to the General Fund. Withholding Tax ............ 209.00 Public Buildings ............ 100.00
., Cheshire, Betty Burnham Tomlinson_and.Laverne Wetherington Lee. White Springs' at the Health Clinic Motion carried. Social Security ............ 124.45:
4:00( to 5:30. A motion by Mayor Courtoy with Insurance .................. 75.00' (Continued on Pace 8)1R

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Mr. and Airs. Bill Reynolds and pupa of Miss Worfeys a student House guests at the Raymond of this area;o fthe F. E. A. Mr.- VJckersSai_ of,. J.. --:-
I .d@r son Danny Ray Tomlinson from !Snow at Stetson U*' played during Camps,the past week for the Davis Porter of White Springs.Mrs C. A. Vicke'Jacksonville -0 __
Gainesville were here for graduation -the social hour. ,Lewis wedcfing were Mrs.' Harry Kennedy,Jas tom'. Mrs.'Kennedy was 1 :... -- ",
? .1 visiting' .relatives. I Young Steve Colium presentedMiss BarnhiQ and .children. David and declared, elected ': .Billy T1 hd
J > Worley lovely gift in the bell and Mrs. Phylis Khorr* and s *. s. Mr. aid Mrs. Drew Vickers III of
;I Mr.-and":: Mrs: R. N. Duncan and I name of the class. :Miss Gretchen Knorr all OfSt.. The ministers recommended "the ]Willmington Deleware for a..h-
8 : son Neal from Palatka were here -* ?' Augustine. Small Woman" story of a mission- union at Moultrie with Mr. alii
t} S 2'i :i visiting relatives and also for grad I Mrs.: Bill Kyser and daughters ary. Harry Reid finds "Atlas Mrs. Drew Vickers It and tfIie .
uation. went the past we k'to Samson Ala. Mrs. Frank Bruce of Palatka Shrugged by Ann Rand interesting daughters Elaine. All were there% "
w for a visit with Mrs. Kysers par- 'Mrs. Shad Norris of Orlando Mr. .Also a book on Indian Philosophy. but Mr. and Mrs. William Vickers
Mr. and Mrs. Wess Robinson ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Grace. Mrs. :and Mrs. Earl Carter of Orange- Til tr
IrrVlrlieH,.. Y.24955A L I ( : I yto get around to readingall of SL Petersburg who were detain
: went to Orlando: celebrate their I Kyser and little Stephanie came :burg S. Carolina Mr. and Mrs. Jim these soon.
A .' i daughter (Mrs. Gamer. Padgets,,. home Sunday Liz and Becky and Beardjey of Maxton S. C. were I The Regional Library will, get any ed.It was another day they all loveso
S A PERSIAN FABLE birthday June 1st. ,Jennifer are spending two more guests the past weeK in the homeof book requested. much.
I weeks out there. * S ..
A traveler. toiling. on, a weary- \v..yjg*g--,. ;Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Creedon and, Mr. and Mrs.. .Horace*, t Lewis. Bobby Blackmon of Eua Gallie is Wilma McCllau h (now Mrs. J.
Found in his path a piece of fragrant da/ -' little daughter Kelly of Washington I i Charles and Marsha Scaff came The Hamilton County Teachershad here for several days visiting his M. Mills of Jennings and Orlando)
"This seems but common earth." says is he/- :D. C. have been spending! a week over from Jacksonville fo rthe DaI I the last meeting o fthe current -good friend John'Dedge Jr. of Ellisville Miss. had her first
"But how delightful! Iris full of sweetness .6 June 7. Charles returned and Marsha The Vickers clan gather Moul- D. C. during World War U.
L- will all
Wynn.
"Whence is thy fragrance? Saturday they go 1 June 6.
: ( .,: is the house guest of Mrs. Vir- trie. Mrs Clarence Howe of Live Life began in a big way that day.
From the clay there voice, to Berry ta.: fnr the graduation of I
1 I grows a .' i'. 'ginia Davis for,s yeral days duringMarsha' It was purely a business meeting Oak Mrs. Graham Black Mr. Joe
from
"I have George Wynn Berry College.
: been very near. a rose/ ', s.two weeks vacation- New names were proposed oivPres: Vickers, ,Mr. ',and Mrs;?. Henry '(Continued on Pce.a)
"'Jota Jame_ 1att., Berry a 4 yearJSollegerf, :.proven t t' ; ________________________
: pv , merit. He will be at home this i
In the time of roses, Hope thy weary heart!
to
went
Bridges and Elaine Bridges
Spring a balm discloses srmmcr but plans to go on for a.
'. Stauton Virginia to bring Stamps
) For the keenest smart e f _Dr. degree. MILK
> ., i Chandler home from school. They
The families will separate-the
j Tho thy grief o'er come the '
Thro'the winters of gloom .j'-<' Creedons" will return to Washington, made several .stops at historic 1 1I
Thou shalt thrust it from thee via Smokies-the Wynns will; i shrines on the return for the bene- F A FULL DAY
When the roses bloom. -1 ." ..- return to Jasper. : jfit of the young folks. Mother VIr-
In the time of roses, Weary heart( rejoice: !t" sss ,ginia says "We stood all the places "" -
I Miss Marie Williams of Jennings Washington stood, FRESHER
Ere the summer closes-comes the longed''for voice- I . DRIVE-IN STORES
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who graduated at Berry June 9>I
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., Let not death appall thea, for beyond the tomb
j- -. God Himself shall call thee we understand will teach at tha:11 f Mrs E. E. Con,from Jacksonville
San Mateo Elementary in Jack. spent the weekend here. Mrs. Ryan On U. S. 41 JASPER Sara Lashley, Mgr.
'it When the roses bloom. sonville. i(and Mrs. Hyman returned with her
: '.' KNEE DEEP IN JUNE L ;for a few days at Lake Geneva,

I The Marion Worley piano recital ,Keystone Heights. NEW STORE HOURS NOW ......
., r .. "Long about knee deep in June. was June 4 after the excitementof *
The world is full of roses and the roses full.of dew; Commencement had some what : Mr. and ?\lira Jctn Lewis left I
-., And the dew is full of heavenly love' ........ ............ i abated. Eleven well trained young;;'this week for a visit to Kentuckyto 7. Per Week
And the dew is full of love ,' Open Days
: heavenly people gave a good account of the Ashland and Port mouth, Virgin-
-, 1__ That' drips for me and you" j years, work. Of course a teacher i ia.. Time was when Ethel and
James Whitcomb Riley. has an insatiable desire for perfection :John, went fo rthe harvest season,
"The best rose bush after all ,is not that which has the but to the audience it was a but now the Lewis Nursery here 8:00: a.m. to 8:00 p.m. f
fewest thorns, but that whichbears the finest roses." |i pTeasirig: performance. Those taking keeps them in Jasper pretty steady.
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l' : Henry Van Dyke. part on the program were: Steve ; *
.... ,., "God is a zealous P-rurier. jCollum, Jerri Collum, Sue Jones I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McCullough
T -...- For He know I Barbara McDaniel Carol Weber I and boys of Jacksonville visited New! New! New! New!
-' -ro_ ,' Who, falsely tender spares the knife. |Marsha Sandlin John Sapp, Brad i Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mills in Jennings -
I ......- But spoils the rose." Vinson Margaret Ann Sapp Mar- on the wekend. Mrs. McCuH- .
I -t-. .. .. John Oxenham I tha McCall Marsha HalL |lough found the vegetable season so
."What mortal knows The audience lingered for social,lush she decided to stay over and
j .,, Whence comes the tint and order of the rose?" enjoyment and refreshments were can vegetables. IrE rDEIU
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prove this is true. other consumers America billions of dollars GRAPE :or ORANGES

We-are now moving Jive-car multiple shipments each year. You pay the freight when you buy T GI' Chocolate mIlklil'

of grain from Cincinnati, Ohio, to Macon, Ga., in anything. 39;c

our 100-ton "Big John" cars for a price of only What's the answer? Do your part to have Con- :: FULL GALLON .' \ DRINK glass bot

-$1,894.72 instead of $5,289.27-the old price. The guess pass the "Minimum Rates" bills as they are :
written.This will reduced rates I Plus Deposit; Vz gal .._. 46c
savings: a whopping 3394.55 on this one shipment now mean freight : --

> !' That's just an example. There. are many and save you money..lt is in your interest. Help ; : ,I: -. S We offer to churches and other organizations, Ice Cream and Sherbet

more like it. You profit and we profit. Everybody get it passed.Tell your Senators to vote for S.1061. : in 24 gallon containers. Ask our salesgirls about this item.
benefits. Tell your Congressman to vote for H.R.4700. Do :
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Let's look at some frying-pan facts.Food:, will it today. : I REMEMBER. ..

cost less. A state department of agriculture estimates :
the savings from lower grain freight rates ( ,I-- I!,----.., f f Suwannee Valley. Dairies Drive-in Store Now Open All

a to be: lVt on a dozen eggs, If a pound on chickens. PRESCCNT -e. '1 Day Sundays and Seven days a week-8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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",' -' several"other grandchildren;' and COUNTY 4-H CLUB'OUTSTANDING FAMILY REUNION f, '

: 4.P one sister Mrs. Orrie Langdale of i !l. FEET ACHE, ITCIIT 1C of an your f -fasper .j11eUH)
The Jarman Smith Sr.
family ..
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J'psmis LakeC5ty. bones are in the feet. No wonder 1. t 1 .
Funeral services will be held I reunion will be held Sunday June they ache swell, perspire itch. Published Every Friday :\j
Friday at three p.m. in Friendship> Hamilton County is 'real proud of j'23 at New Hope Baptist Church. All :Bathe feet twice daily with T-4-L r
Baptist Church. Interment will it's 4-H dub members They are 'I I Solution for relief of the 52 bones Second Class Paid Florida /
friends and relatives are invited to ; Postage at Jasper \-
be in Friendship Cemetery. Har- some o fthe finest young people you 66 joints plus ligaments. Curbs ath f '
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/ ry T. Reid Funeral Home is in could ask for as citizens. We are come and bring picnic lunch. lete's foot, too (sloughs off m infection ; Op* *Subscriptions* Strictly in Advance .>

/ charge. (happy that some of them have re- : -watch healthy skin replace it)
ARTHUR M. NORRIS ':ceived the honor of attending the. Burnham News or your 48c back at any drug storeif $3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County

Arthur M. Norris 78, well known LUTHER B. OON3ONE 11963 State Girls' 4-H Club Short, not pleased IN ONE HOUR. TODAY Cards of Thanks . .. $1.00 Minimum
f resident of Hamilton County died Luther B. Cbnnine died June 11 Court Florida State University i j, By LOIS ZIPPERER ;i at Wise's Drug Store or Ka- Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 '

"Wednesday night in a Valdosta I in a hospital at Port Tallahasse June 10-15 along with! America is the only country ;yo's Drug Store Jasper. 28c Publishers
Salerno Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert Editors and
Hospital after a short illness. where he had lived five yearS. 600 Florida 4-H girls. where it takes more brains to;

Survivors are. his wife Mrs. Wil- Survivors I These young people are selected* make out the income tax return j-.-_--------------- ------_________------------------ -------_-..-...-._----------
are his wife Hettie --------------- ---------- ---------------------------- -----------
lie' Norris of Jasper three sons two James of :to attend 4-H Short Course for the than it does to make the income.
sons, Augusta Ga.,
Burke Norris Billy Norris both ofJasper. Audry of Very Beach; one daughter t rfollowing reasons-they accept red : -j'':1 I Appleton Rotary Bulletin] SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION
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and Albert Norris of Rock\ i! sponsibility for appropriate conduct *
Margaret of Port Salerno two t Mrs.
; Anne Morgan returned tof I
Kin, S. C.; four daughters Mrs. | on a crowded campus. Be- -
brothers Robert of Frostproof. her home last Tuesday after spending '
John Henry Phillips of Lee fan cause of outstanding interest par-
Perry' of Jasper two
; sisters Mrs.
in Atlanta
several days with
da. Mrs. Lucius of ticipation I
Lloyd Lake City Essie accomplishments in PETITION
Block of Plant
City Mrs Mi's.
her Juanita
Evan.
Mrs. Tommy Harkness and :Mrs. Idonna Bembry of Madison. the county 4-H program-physical daughter
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Howard Davis both of Tampa; a Funeral fitness, ability and: willingness to' I
will be .
Friday at Frost-
Mrs. Russell Alderman has been .
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grandson whom he reared from In- walk long distances-their willingness -
,
Jack Black of and proof. confined to Valdosta hospital for I i
fancy, Jasper to assume leadership responsibilities -
d during Short Course and the past sever'aal'days where she' IF YOU ARE A REGISTERED VOTER in This County, and if you

,recessed in the center of the chan- in the county. underwent surgery. We hope Mrs. I i are in favor of a Consolidated High School for This County, You

JJ4 I' was sel. A used white during satin the prayer bench Short course can be an inspira- 'return Alderman home.will soon be able to are invited to sign this Petition and Return to: Billy Hill, Jasper, Fla.
ceremony.Mr. tional
experience which I
can help
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( ) Harvey Oehlert sang "Be-r these girls develop into well-roun- :'
cause",, "Whither thou gpest". and tied responsible .citizens; it can' Mr. and Mrs.-J. C. Lee and i PETITIONTO

8 ...w-.,. -- 5l, "The Wedding Prayer," accom- I give added strength and directionto : children of Jacksonville spent Sun- :
anied by Miss Joyce- Smith at the our county 4-H club program.They day with their parents and grand' : THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
rtinuf'd freta 2)
paste Mr. :
I i organ., bring back many things to parents and Mrs. Leonard

She had grown up in EUisvillewas -:( Mrs. John Waggoner sister of their local clubs to improve our I McCuHey. ,j OF HAMILTON COUNTY. FLORIDA:
a graduate of Jones County i the bride was matron of honor, 4-H program. II

College when orders came to report -Miss i honor.Cindy Chandler was maid' of i I. Girls from our county attending Mrs.Mr.Franklin and Mrs Gaston. Joe visited Howell their and I We, the undersigned residents and duly qualified Electors of

to Washington D. C.: Civil 'Short Course this week are: Sher'ry -
"SPECIAL SCHOOL NUMBER
The bridesmaids were Misses 1', Mother Mrs. Bertha Blair in W. T.I TAX DISTRICT 1 OF HAMILTON
Service. She to the Andrews Rebecca fledge Sha-
was'assigned
Foriegin Economic: Research ad- Bonnie Jones Marsha Scaff, Jacksonville : ron Howell Miriam Newsome Terry Edwards Hospital, Tallahassee Sun J ti t COUNTY, FLORIDA," residing within said School District,

ministration to work under Dr.' and Mrs. Marshal Thomas Bonnell, and Lilian Riley. Mrs. !day. . j I desiring the issuance of BONDS by said School District in compliance -

Kraemer who was getting out a'Lakeland, Ga. Junior bridesmaids! Wylma White Home Demonstra-I !I with the Statutes and Laws of Florida for the herein
book for o fthe Sea-Bees in wereMisses Sue Jones and Karen -I.tion Agent, and Mrs. Rance Andrews -'! Mrs. Jessie Wynn of Winter) purpose
the South use Pacific operations. Thiswas I Hill The matron of honor. 4-H Club leader accompanied -!!Haven and son Mr. Grover Wynn I after set forth and stated, hereby in compliance with Section 236.36,

secret work and the book was maid of borer: and brides maids i the girls. of Jacksonville spent several days i j Florida Statutes, )1961. and in compliance with the Statutes and Lawsof

Restricted.The wore pink chiffon over taffeta with The County Commissioners soon-}1 last week in Hamilton with rela- Florida do said Board of Public Instruction of
i I. petition County
a flowing chiffon bolera cut dress ]I sor this trip to make it possible tives Mrs. Jessie Wynn. remainedfor ,

construction title was "Native in Woods the Western for length in the back a rose of pink.I for them to attend 4H Short Course I a longer visit.. .:. Hamilton County Florida to issue Bonds of said "SPECIAL TAX
purposes" chiffon formed the head dress. SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER 1 OF HAMILTON COUNTY FLORIDA
Pacific Region. covering the I
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Williams
Solomon Islands New Guinea Island They carried nosegays of deep pink.[ White I'in amount not to exceed $400,000 in compliance with
feathered carnations with shower I Borings 1I I Ii I II and children Mr. and Mrs. Cottrell an ,
the Bismark archepeligo the ribbons. The Junior maids wore : Sullivan and daughter and Mr. and and as provided by the Statutes and Laws of Florida for the purposeof

lipplnes.Molucca For Islands the use Celebe-the o fthe person-Phil- identical dresses and! miniature I i I NEWS j jr I Mrs. J. E. Williams and children. acquiring, building and furnishing a consolidated Hamilton County
i of Jacksonville attended the Baccalaureate d I'
head carried
and tiny
pieces nose-
nel engaged in the production of gays. ', by Mary Collins I I Sermon and Graduation High School including site improvements at the present Jasper

wood contraction material. 8On'31 I I. Exercises o ftheir daughter and School site in Florida.
Mr. Horace Lewis was his Vacation Bible School has gotten;! I Elementary Jasper
* sister Marie Williams at Martha I
best man. :off to a good start. The school
Mrs. Mills worked n all the mayor Ushers were Messr Joel Wayne started Monday June 10, at 8:30 Berry College in Rome, Ga. Sun- : Signed: Precinct No. ......._..._........... ...
libraries of Washington and had to Smith, of Valdosta,. Harry Reid. ,a.m. The second! day of. school we day morning and Sunday afternoon
be identified at all times. She has Jack BldcPe, Ken Malp-s. Junior (had 38 enrolled and We June 9. :
'.an autographed copy of this book. ushers John Davis brother of present. ..... -...................-....---....---......-- -.- .....-...-.--.--....--
were hope by the end of the week to)I I ,
given her by Dr. Kraemer. tN bride ani Sam Mickler. I reach 100. We are very proud off j Mr. and Mrs.George Young Jr I ..
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Illness in her family took her The bride was given in marriageby I this, record. It seems we have!and daughter Theresa and Jenny'j :; ....n. :, .. .l.' ",,',,... .,'::.... ..... '* ..; e'... ....... ....;................ ..........
home-then to New Orleans. Day- of Perry spent Sunday with their ?-;( ; : :. ;;: :
her uncle Mr. Jack Davis of.,I every church in the community'jlI : 0 : .f \
tona Beach. ,She met :Mr. Mills in Macon Georgia.The i represented. Surety this is a bles-|parents and grandparents Mr. and : ; !I.i

Orlando and they were married. bride wore:: a floor length I;|sing from God. We feel that every,Mrs. George Young Sr. Thersa and II ..... ........................................................:: '>. ...._.............__._..._._......
They are a couple with a broad gown of silk pea' de soie with a child and worker will be deeply!.Jenny remained for a longer visit. : .

view of life and an ability to lead chapel train. The fitted Bodice; hada blessed by this weeks experience. I Ii t'. Cleveland and* +Sudie> Selph and! : EEMEMBER. .
an interesting While they live low rounded decalletage cuffed I i Commencement Service will beheld
way.
children spent Sunday afternoon I: You do NOT have to be Freeholder to sign this petition.
mostly in the Old Powell home in with re-embroidered lace and dei -- Fridav evening at 7 pm.l, I a
Mr.I
Jennings they go often to Orlando. ;i tailed with peau de soie and a small June 14. following the close o fthe i in and Live Mrs.Oak PennyweD with their Kelly.parents : but you DO have to be a registered voter. If you have already signeda

One hobby is growing usual and un 'bow. which hid the tiny cap sleeves. I I school. We hope to fin the church. 1 similar petition please do NOT sign this one.
usual another hobby is mak The waistline was circled with a I.So please plan to come and bring .5. I ,
plants-
I Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Deas of !!
I PLEASE DO IT RIGHT AWAY AND SEND IT IN
ing old houses come alive To see ,pliated belt with a soft sash bow ..your children. This service will be had Sunday night I -

their orgainc garden is on my list- at the back. given by children. After this short.Jasper brother and family supper Mr. and :Mrs. VVVVNAAA ..........-AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAnAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AA..,...WAAAAAAAAAAAThis

<: Sunday Mrs. Mills took me thru the ,.,I: The skirt was fashioned with a service everyone wfll go 'over oo ..R. J. Murphy andJEamily.- 1 .-.v--- -.f".f".4" .otr.---. -...-...:-.-.-...:-.....-...y..t"BEMEMBEBimDAD..- ;;.:_...,. _-.-. ? ......? "..?.?_.".."':
f old house they are re-doin* not all straight front and soft Meats at,I the educational building where ,- *
s
' at once,but by degrees. Making a the side with a bouffant look which each class will have a display of Mrs. Martha' Pfttman was rushedto
gay'nineties home closed for years fell to the back with added fullness. Arts and hand craft. Hamilton County Hospital SUn-

regain its identity. Perhaps"some of ,The skirt and train were appliqued I|i} Mrs. C. S. Delegal is receiving'!I day night quite ill. We hope Mrs.
you remember Cassie Powel who:with re-embroidered:: The veil I!',company today from Orlando.1I f Pittman a speedy recovery and
went to the J. N. L There were of French illusion was attached to a 'i I Master Sergeant and Mrs. R. A. I will soon be able to return home.

little sisters Molly Weda I white' rose crown.Her bouquet was i Patrica I Ann and Mark. After spend I I'I'I .
An example of the researchIgive of white orchids and stephanotis :'I a few days here in the city they I Mrs Myrtice Sauls has gone to

you :Meleacase (China berry with shower ribbons of bridal satin. I Twin I depart for Mass where he will t.|Adel, .Ga. to spend some time with ; : .
family.) local names habit, leaves .attached to a prayer book. I be stationed in the Air Force. :her sister Mrs. Rosie Ctdbreth ; deS ti..e. .:t
,, Mrs. Davis the bride's mother s : rVeS' : V.e' SJesL: :
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fruit, bark, wood> occurence I '" ; .. . :...
The work was so secretive at that wore a willow green organza sheath : Mrs. Doris Jackson went In the Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shiver left, ..... .. ..H. .., .. ..., ... ... .. .. .. ..- .."' .'" .. _.. ...._
time-once when in the Library of with matching accessories and: a hospital in Live Oak Monday morn:Monday for Palatka to spend sometime

Congress.she was detained an houron corsage of green cymbidinzm or- I:l ing. She gave birth to a big baby with their son and family Mr. Sunday June 16 Father's Day
leaving until they" recheked her chids. lgirl that night weighing 6 lbs.,8 oz.I' and Mrs. Kenneth Shiver. While ,
identification. 1 Following the wedding a recep- Her husband is stationed in Cuba they are gone their daughter, Miss
Ition was given In the church par- and he has been notified of this Mildred Shiver. of White Springsand How About A
In addition-maps o fine regionswere ..lors. :Mrs.. Ernest Chandler greeted wonderful news. Mother and laugh: I grandchildren 'Donna Brand .,

made. the guests at the door. I terter are doing fine. Mrs. Beverly I j'II and Wanda Starling of Jacksonvilleare 4 y'. ROBEonly ,
What a wealth of knowledge! [ The bride's table was covered .Dullard has graciously accepted! staying at home keeping things : \ '
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Mrs. Mills! is elert, modest
an 'with white net over taffeta. It way= the responsibility of caring for her'going for them. Mr. and Mrs. ; ,
I 'SIC.w .
little with exquisite manners 4.98 ;
woman '
.' reentered by a three tier wedding 3 year old son until she returns Shiver plan to do some fishing t .. .
and no hint of all things she .. A- ,
bride and .
'cake featuring a tiny home.HVkmn. while there. '- :
has done and learned. .
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groom. Silver ('andJefsticks were at : I
* I LENGTH ::
either end of 'the tale and in the,: Mr .and Mrs. C. A. Fort left Monday I ; KNEE : s
DAVIS LEWIS center of each were a pink nosegay I I Woodrow Wise Billie ,I for Wimauna where they will :

1 The marriage of Margaret Virginia -I surrounded by the burning white Hill and" Misses Elaine Bridges .& ;,,attend camp meeting..They will be SHORTY ;
Davis to Horace Gerald Lewis tapers. A similar arrangment was I(Care Hill.Following. ,away about 2 weeks. I \.
was soleminized Friday evening I used at the punch table with the 1 i I' the reception Mr. and I t PAJAMAS

June at eight oclock in the First handsome silver bowL ,;,Mrs, Lewis left for a honeymoontrip : Mr. and Mrs. W. :M. Greene and :

Baptist church. The Rev. Mr. Sayer. Mrs. Raymond Camp aunt of the.. to. Nassau. I II' children of Lakeland Fla. are : Ir Reg. 2.98 3.98
Canova, assisted by the Rev. Mr. I groom assisted by Mrs. Beverly I' .oo spending some time with W. M. 4 -

d Ed. Montgomery Jr. officiated Jones precided over the wedding I: Urs. Horace Lewis entertained :sister and family "Mr. and Mrs. :
The bride is the daughter of :Mrs. the out of town wedding guests at I}Leonard McCuUey. They are also 4 .
John Davis and the late Mr. John cake.Mrs.. Jack Davis and Mrs. Odis I.I.supper Friday evening and'again at"I'visiting othe relatives. : $2.00 I

Davis. The groom is the son of Mr. I Henderson, aunts of the bride served lunch on Saturday. I only __u___
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and Mrs. Horace Lewis. at the punch bowl They were j j .
Greenery intersperced by candel- assisted by :Misses Judy Jones and I i 8HC. .. New Antennas Ii IiI TIES
.abra holding white candles flanked Barbara McO. ley. I I mss'RACAL SPORT SHIRTS

an arrangement of white magnolias Other assisting were: Mesdames I s'l ORE_ I With '30ft Pole -, : -1 '
glads and mums which was K. C. Chandler Tom,.Bridges, JimI"You've !I t I Ii -. y\ _O New Styles
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:J New Patterns
f .
1 1rL installed i
i Regular l 2.98 3.98

a Bl/IZCH e't2 By l/Y?upfi i r *:i $25.00 I : ." for .Op : Many to Choose from.

tti Y. 2 $4 )
Bass T. V. Shop now only -- : S $1.50 $2.50

Come in and see you'll agree I Phone

that our neat, complete line of i Men's White
I 792Legal -
building supplies will fill ANY "The only incorruptible thing i-
TIE TACKS
I rl
yi bilL You'll like our prices too about us .. : DRESSSHIRTS :

t In,the above sentence Fielding and
Adv .. .
was, peaking of that small but *
rr USED.T-V- potent voice within us-con- :
science. IN CIRCUIT COURT THIRD &rYi.i .Short -Sleeves CLASPS
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. HAMILTON -
ONLY $50 ; fAn' exacting and demanding IN CHA.'IlCERTHAllY COUNTY, FLORIDA I !J .Long Sleeves '_ Swank
A. WYKOFF. PI.I.tlffvs. VAN HEUSEN by
taskmaster conscience can be
z USED -. ...-
refused .overidden and pushed nARI tiro B. WYKOFF'. mfmdMt 4.25
into the background but it can- HT' THE RAMS AND' BY THE AUTHORITY
i OF THE STATE OF
Refrigerator not be ignored. Sooner or later FLORA B.V.D. BRAND $1.50
we all must listen to the persistent TO: HARLAND E. WYKOFF; Whose

i ONLY $75 voice of conscience and, if residence A sworn and bill address of complaint Is unknown.fcaTlnff 2 98 3.98

warranted pay the mental punishment been filed In this Court a aln>t yon ,
the relief therein Bought being dl-
just met the board if SEE THEM it is certain to exact. Torce and other relief you are required 4

education! J BEFORE YOU BUY! In an food conscience\ JASPER : or before to July answer B 19C3.said furnishing complaint to on Co't t t SOX: : Always Useful REMEMBER .
LAUNDRY &. CT-EANEBS can A. Arriett.Jasper Florida.Plaintiffs I
lay claim to tile finest service In 'Attorney a copy thereof .else decree I .Always Welcome You can charge it
confesso will ,k entered against ;
pro
I. .
1bt ;areis. The latest aDd best yen., .
at. .
: OULDFJS self-service equipment Is your I Wlt eM my h*.4'Vad the official .
seal of this Court at Jasper, Florida,
guarantee. of satisfaction at JASPER this 4th day of June A.. D.1SU. 79 Eagle'swhere
'LAU>TBY & CLEAXE8S. Thelma Lewis
s=L>r CC A G t PcUME Mr SPUfs I Hamfltosi Clerk: of Circuit Court of BanLonAM ________ -t

Watch for a'red date on your Alice Jones CountyBy D. C. .f ; _better quality i

dry clew ticket Ha worth I C.(SEAL A. ATriett) '* ;. Sizes AH Colon -: Many New Patterns actually costs less!
$5." IB dry clnnlfig trade. Jasper. Florida
June 7.. 14_. Jl.2'.711171"i WIV'.J7'g..y"T: \J"C" -A-J &" ::ruvv- ...tfVtAAJWVtMVMAAft. .II




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(;FOUR: Friday June
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:::- --,- .- '-- ..., Tf"'i ... .. '-: "Are TheieWvlffiat! Be Saved? = ; rY-S ---'--.r-7 --.....- -.-Yt -- I -.
< Jasper Student t ; '

I I I . You Arid Your School I'"J|11 Gets Bid v To I IScien'ce umber. _'one '.,, I NO, 1 ""'E_ I

b;' M L!o'"iI. Principal, Jasper Schools: 1 ResearchJerry "And he went, his way through 1(--- as 'J .' Nonce:hereby given thai the GlfythcsChysof :'Coin 1 r' : --

For the last" several days -we. ,We had 299 a net gain,of 16. The the cities anduviCages, teaching]\\\, :- .T'LEWIS'* SAPP GRADUATES O-! ;: Jasper, Florida, will meet aa a Boar bS' :
have been ,engaged with the task] story is different in grades 7-9 and 1 Smith )Is Jasper's be second chosenas and journeyingcrvimt&Jerusa1em:: !t t r 'Some 884 graduates. the'*largest Equalization of taxes at the City Hall in Jasper. i
'student in two to :
of compiling'statistical data and I!:10-12. At the beginning of the year i years And one said to him. Lord are '.number in Emory University's 126-
:i a participant in University of there few that be saved? And he Florida on Monday evening, July 1, 1963 at 7:30: I
annual' reports for the 1962 -63 "we had 147 in grades 7-9 and at year history, heard Governor Donald -
4 I Florida's Student Summer Research said unto Mm Strive to enter In for the of considering discussing I
school term. Our task deals largely -t.the close we had 140 a net loss of S. Russell of South Carolina p.m. purpose ,
with pupil accounting which ultimately -!t''7. For grades 10-12 the scare was }i National Program Science, sponsored Fo ndatbL:by the. at the strait gate: for many I say speak at commencement exercises hearing complaints and reviewing the tax assess-
of :136 at'the beginning and 127 at the unto you wul seek to enter in and Monday afternoon, June 10.
evolves into a matter j I
dollars and cents,close for a net loss of 9. Most of the Jerry is a straight "A4'studentin shall not be 'able. When once the I Among the graduates was John ment roll on real and personal] property as preparedby
and instructional changes in grades 1-9 was due toshifting .. chemistry and win study- indbc- Master o fthe house is. risen up. I Lewis Sapp of Jasper who was the Tax Assessor of the City of Jasper Florida, i

:d ,'<&.. -Y; !units for next I I population. However durIng -'.:rinology at Florida this summer.He 'and hath shut the door, and ye 'begin -,. presented a Bachelor of Arts degree for.the. year 1963, and after hearing any complaintsmade
plans. to study physics in his
; years operations. the year we had five girls 'to | to stand without .and to knock I with honors in history. :
This matter) of .1|drop' out to get married and four,senior year at Jasper. As a mem- :I at the door, Laying Lord, Lord thereon, proceed to revise where deemed advisable
4 i record keeping is,boys to either go to work or to join |ber of J. H. S. Science Club he will 'i,open unto us-;; and he shall answer Bibles and see if we can determine by the City Council, equalize and perfect .
4 1 an evolving af-i the armed services. The real rea-!participate in the National Science 1 I and say unto-you, I know you not what Jesus meant when he said tax assessment roll. I
,fair beginning,,son may have been that the school I"talent search next December. 'whence ye are.; Then shall ye be-,said a few would find the way."
with the classroom was really] not meeting their needs| Last year Billy Dail was a participant I'gin to say. We have eaten and For'if God spared not the angels LILLIAN L. BEMBRY
I teacher &: as it should. : in this program and Jasper I,drank in thy presence and thou that sinned, but cast them down to I
ending with the]: It is interesting to note that during I is proud that Jerry could make it I i jhast taught in'our streets. But he hell, and delivered them into City Clerk
[State Depart- the year we enrolled 88 first i,two in a tow.SPORTSMEN'S. shall say I tell you, I know you chains of darkness ,to be reserved
ment of' Public Insruction. Each''graders and ended the year with 77 I I j not whence y are; depart from me unto judgement: And spared; no I
home room teacher keeps a monthly which was three more than we j i CLUB all ye workers of iniquity. There I the old world but saved Noah the
and annual record of the attendance ''started with. We,can't help but won! TO MEET MONDAY i shall be weeping end gnashing of eight person a preacher of righteousness
of those pupils assigned to der how many of these 77 will grad i i The Hamilton County Sports-I teeth when ygsshall see Abraham: bringing in the flood upon ) '
her room during the year. The uate here 11 years from now. We men's Club meets Monday night, ,and Isaac .arid Jacob, and all of the world of the ungodly." 2 Peter i J/St./ Petersburg
r principal of each school makes started the year with 30 seniors! June 17, in the White Springs High the prophets in the kingdom of 2:4-5) From information found in ,
monthly and annual reports to the picked up 2 and lost 5 and ended School Lunchroom at 8:00. I God and you"",yourseh'es thrust the Geneses record of the number Cw)
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County Superintendent of Public the year by graduating 27. Quite a An interesting program is plan- out. "(Luke 13:22-28) Jesus shed of families plus the fact that it FLORIDA h12oit's ; "
'contrast with the first graders. was a common thing for peopleto
report ned, and everyone welcome to\additional light on this vital subject -
)1 A look: at our transported pupils. attend: when he said: "Enter ye in live seven to nine hundred years, ,-
Public Instruction. As you: deal show that we started the year with i I'at the strait gate: for wide is the some Bible scholars have estimated -::---- fun, anytime, 1 !Jt:1.:

t with this mass array of statistical 175 pupils and ended with 162 a 'dance record looks For gate and broad is the way that the population to have exceeded I at Redington Beachit's
good.
data you may be able to see num- !.net loss of 13 intransported pupils. des 1-6 it was 95.1. for grades gra-7-9 leadeth to destruction; and many I three billion people at the time of
real fun the Billows
the flood!! Archaeologist digging in, at overlooking
bers and only numbers or you may ,This seems to indicate our popula- is was 95.6 and for grades 10-12 it there be which-go in thereat: Be-
'' .the earth's crust have produced the GuIf..FulI sized kitchen
with r tion the bus routes to be apartments,
realize that you are dealing on seem 96.3 For all grades the cause strait is the gate and nar I
Truman beings and that every sta- diminishing while that of the city was centage of attendance was per-95.5.I row is the way which leadeth unto .evidence in recent years to back I completely furnished, for all the family.
tistical entry involves boys and has remained almost constant. This most favorably with lie and few there be that find .it" f up this figure as being a fair estimate Close to bathing, shopping, racetracks.
compares
of the total of the "
//girls and their welfare. When you About 27.5 percent of our students the attendance record of previous [Matt. 7:13-14). Then Jesus speaks population 1 sightseeing! golf, and fine restau-
!earth at the time of the flood the
think in these terms these statisti- ,live more than two miles from years. Oddly enough the second again on this important question in ,( ; ; ran*:. Beautifully kept grounds,
'I Holy Spirit through Peter says that
cal data become very interesting shcool and are counted as trans- largest grade in the school after Matt. 22:14.: When he says "Fpr God spared not the old worxL. Just I and white sandy beach. Lovely
and challenging. Such data to be ported pupils while about 72.5 per'cent the first grade was our 10th grade-I many .are called but few are chosen T think of it !!! Ony eight people COMPLETELY furnished apartments,
meaningful must be analyzed andinterpreted. I'' live tess than two miles and next years juniors. We started with After turning to your Bibletand r spared out of several billion! people. I' FURNISHED double occupancy, from
We would like to share must be counted as non transported 59 in this grade picked up one--{ reading these scriptures. I am |!But someone objects that the word :, APARTMENT $40 to $50 per week,
with you some of the interesting pupils although about 64 of lost four and ended! with 56. We t confident that all believers: on few is not used to describe these for two.
items of this report. such students !do ride the bus. are expecting most of them to stay I God's precious word will be con- I W. wW! "Pick You Up"
that from
eight
people were spared
We the with I with us until they graduate. They jvinced that only a Few will be I Write for Information
began year an en- I As figures .take a greater magnitude I I ,the flood. :
rollment of 566 in grades 1-12 and they become more interesting. I'also had the best attendance record saved. The answer to this objection is ;i $4U and reservations.
ended with the same number 566. (During the past year our children .of any grade in school-an excel-j i' But someone may say: "Oh but found in 1 Pet. 3:20 "When once .
During the year we had 74 pupilsto .attended a total of 97,881 days or a ;lent 97.7. Our recent graduating'a, few in God's sight might be al: the longsuffering of God waited i W
come into our school and we had ;total of more than 268 years. Our I class had the bestrecord_ of attendance together different from what a few, in the of
Noah
days while the ark ilktOd
an equal number withdraw from ,children had a aggregate of 4627 {I for any senior class in our.in man's sight and understanding, was a preparing, wherin "Few" Ir- _. __ >
our school. 35 of these new pupils '!days absent during this school year i,school for several years--another might be. When God said only a: that Is, eight souls were saved by t APARTMENT HOTEL
came from out of state and 39 had I This is a total of almost 13 years. ,excellent record was 96.7. The'',few would be saved, he may have; .water ,or through water ." In I i.
attended other Florida schools this i present Junior Class did not dc ,had reference several hun tend TELEPHONE 391.9228
it another there is this .
Putting at '
way \ verse we are told that only -
I year We do not know just where least an average: of 25 pupils out of 1.quite so well their record was: thousand' or even a million people.r.eight souls or people were saved t 16813 GULF BOULEVARD
t I our student went but we do know school every day. We know that 194.8 percent.. We wish I 'Human reasoning", could verb [out of the whole world and the Holy .". "" REDINGTON BEACH
r-1 that most of them moved away. !many of these days. were necessary them better, luck next year as: well consider even this large number :Spirit calls eight a "Few". "Yes L: 0-"'- 7.- __tCo. >__ __''IST.. PETERSBURG 8, FLORIDA

I I All our reports are broken down and unavoidable; we also I seniors. There ar many more inter, a few in comparison to the j i but that was in the days of Noah", ..... .4.. ........ .4.. ...... ........ .A.... .A. .A... .Ai... Aro..
i! .into totals for each grade; grades know that many more of them esting things about our report that: total population. "God" may have;{someone objects "Where does it
I 1-6, 7-9 and 1012. We actually gain were unnecessary and without good I we might point out but we hope,,. had a million in mind!! when he said ,say in the Bible that it will be thee v.- ...v\.svvar.Ar. '{dinR.t
: ed in grades 1-6. At the beginning reason. Our greatest cause of pu-I we have shown you enough to show only a few would be saved but h '!same when the Son of man comes?
1 of the year we had 238 in those: pil failure is due to poor atten I you that figures are not dull when. may have had a far, far fewei r1I; can truthfully say that I could N-0) TIC E Board of EqualizersNotice
V grades and at the close of the year, dance. Percentage wise out: atten- you are dealing with boys and girls. in mind. Let us turn top our ,rest easier if Luke 17:26 was not

?..... _--.-.....-.-_-_-.-.,:'. _.....- -.y..??.?---.4 A--r I .'._-...-_.....y.4't?. ..-- .;-.-_..,...-_-_-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.----- in your Bible and mine but it is. is hereby given that the Board of County
j you are 'coasting" along life's Commissioners of Florida will
-- .....". lit with not real intention of Hamilton County, ,
-- : or doing all o fthe will of meet as a Board of Equalizers in the Board of County

\j Farmers Schroer| Has |The "God then you will rest easier by I Commissioners Room at Hamilton County CourtHouse
continuing wayward
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:- _, I and not reading the awful truth j on Monday, July 1 1963 at 10:00: a.m. for

!found in Luke 17:26-27. But. if you I the purpose of hearing complaints and receiving testimony -

have a strong "love of the truth as to the value of any property, real or personal

VOLUMEGUN 2 Thess. 2:10.11,12): )and desire it as fixed by the County Assessor of Taxes, of
above all things then turn and
read with me the sobering words perfecting reviewing and equalizing the assessment.

,of Christ found in Luke 17:26. t

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Noah' be also in the
.even so shall it
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I days of the Son of man." The little ,Hamilton County,
FOR CONVENIENT TROUBLE-FREE
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Ai' WE HAVE THE FAMOUS "SUPER" and "also"* in this verse cause me
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Ito tremble. As it was in the days
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Low Pressure _: SILENT FLAME 'IJesus comes-just a few will be I ft- -.- -.6-.. ,., ..,., y y---.v.-- ..NI

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PAGE.SIX THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER FLORIDA Friday, June 14, 196?

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(Continued From rage 1) I OTHER LOCALS -- ; I Hill Manufacturing.. Co., janitor I J Jail ........................ 17.26 NUMEROUS WOODS-, DOS' WETHBRINGTOJf spEAKs
:" Minutes Regular Supplies for Court>House' 83.40.Florida Power Corp. Ufil'itiesJail : '
Street Department:: ........ 2,035.27 Sharon. Sa.pp baS been fnJackionvffle :: I' Lanier Systems Corp Thermofax < ......... ...........;.. 39.S4 FIRES;, RANGER SAYS TO LIVE OAK ELKS

Garbage Department ...... 501.52 I .t week studyirjgOrsarf': 5" Monthly Meeting Paper .................... 27.50 Home Gas Co. .fc as Jail .... 39.20 LIGHTNING STARTING of Jasper was
Cemetery .................. 191.90 hours "a day with Robert Sandlin Bowen Supply Co. Office sup. 1.25 Hamilton Road A Bridge,Fund Don Wetherington
Public Welfare .,...:.;;..;.._ 30.00 .Minister of :Music at the Avondale Jasper City CouncilJasper I General Office Equip. Co. Salary Road Employees: The Florida Forest Service headquarters asked by WynnGarland., chaIr-

Methodist Chua cl>. Office Supplies. ...........95.60 I O'Neal Goolsby .......... 204.04 in Hamilton County re- man of Open Rituals of the Live-
Total Disbursements ...... 6482.78 * Florida The,H. & W. B.Drew Co. Office W. S. Jackson ............ 183.70 ports eleven woods fires fought and Oak Elks Lodge to give the mala! !
Total Cash Available, :May 31, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Avriett had June 4.. 1963 Supplies .................... 6.031 suppressed in the county during,address for their open ritual bon-
............ 195.64
1963 ....... .... Alex Mathis
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2,729.98 will
the Thelma Lewis Refunds & seven nation's flag which
following this week the day oring our
guests past The Board of County Commissioners Sherwood Miller .......... 298.59 past period. I
Cash Utilities Available System Revenue Fond Mr. and Mrs. J. E. (Kitty) Dicker- in and for Hamilton County fees .....;................. 26.75' Earnest Ponds ............ 101.671 The fires burned a total of only I be observed at 6 p.m. this Friday.
May.7. son of'Atlanta; Mr .and Mrs. Mel- Florida met today at 9:00 a.m. in 'City'! of Jasper, Utilities Ct. Hs. & Hilton Westberry ........ 219.44Harold June 14th, at the Elks Lodge. Don"ill
1963 .............. ... ) 25.6 acres, and most of them
19,584.33RECEIPTS J Col Co. Agt. Office ........ 2535 were :
the following for
and Cause
vin Shafner of Ft. Peirce and Mrs. regular session Hysmith .......... 211.04 be speaking on "The
Barbara Auman and sons of Hil- members were present: Jack VTn- Florida Power Corp. Utilities Ct. Dewey Tomlinson ........ 183.70 caused by lightning. j'Americanism" with special ref-
: liard. son. Aaron Hogan Guy McGhin, house &: coL co. agent off. T&22 John Ponds .............. 110.67 ;I There have been 33 fires since I erence to our United States Flag.
Water Services .......... 2,409.92 Lawton McCulley and Grover Wheeler Western Auto Assoc. Supp. .....98 Robert Culbreth ..........-205.51 January 1 this year which burned .This is open to the public
Sewer Services .....,...... 1,312.60 : The Jasper News Adv. Forms & VJrg Williams .......... 19L04 I ceremony
Water Deposits .............. 70.00 RECEIPTS : The following business was trans Supplies .............,.;.. 209.00 I Randolph Turner ...,.... 120.32 a total of 97.6 acres, reports J. W. and several from this county
1962 Taxes .................. 239.01 Kelly. attend.
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Withholding Tax ............ 52.00 F. Kenneth Tuten T: A. ...... 165.35
acted: Grantham
;. Social Security .............30.76 Interest ...................... 1.06 The" minutes of the last meetingof Commissions- ._.......... 396.40' I Ruben Emery Daniels ............ 205.54

Insurance ............*........22.50 the Board were read to the Dan BrasweH-T." C. ._ Doyle L. Grantham .'..*... 215.51 NOTICE OF TAX SALENotice
Total Receipts.............
240.07
'. Board by the Deputy Clerk and Commissions ............ 520.451 3|I Viola Whitfield (Cook) .. 10X97

Total Receipts .........:.. 3,897.78Total" Total DISBURSEMENTS'Cash Available:...........1,615.26... none approved by the Board as read by Louise Miller County: Indg ..12.00 Pete Register ............ 168.35 is hereby given that at 12:00 noon, on the 1st day of July.

-Cash. Available .... 23482.11 Total Cash Available, May 31, the deputy. Frances Hewitt, county indig. 10.00 I[Bill B.Norris .............. 209.51 ,!A.D. 1963, at the city hall in the City of Jasper Hamilton County.

11 DISBURSEMENTS: 1963: ...................'. 1615.26 Audit report no. 5700 was filed Western Union Service ....... 3.41 Russell White ............ 110.611 Florida, tax sale certificates will be sold on the following described
General Operations ...... 1,004.51Water with the Board pursuant to Sec. 21. Sheriff ............. ,
UTILITY lands to the due for herein the
SINKING FUNDCash .....16057 pay amount taxes set opposite same,
J. L. (Buck) Reeves
Plant ................ 189.98 121 (3) Florida Statutes. Hamilton County+Bank May (1
Water Lines ................. 94.91 Available May 119631332.30 CoL ,Julian Wood, County Civil Exchange: .................. 6.88 Collis Morgan .............. 158.88 :together with the interest and all costs of such sale and advertising.

Sewer Plant ..:............"... 3.97Sewer RECEIPTS: 1 Defense Director appeared before W. T. Edwards T. B. Hospital Ring Power Corp.: Eqp. parts 753.29E. NAME OF TAXPAYER or OWNER. 1962 TAXES DUE

Lines ............... 114.48 Utility Taxes' .... ......... 838J3 i the Board and gave an oral reportof Patient Care: ........ ..V 212.50 C. Browne Co. Supplies .. 5.25 NORMAN DOUGLAS-Part of Lot No. 5, Block 129, Lang'sSurvey.
Water Deposit Refunds .....* 50.00 '!Interest on Time Deposit- 210.00 I his activities: Rance A. Andrews 4-H V dub I H. J. Brown Vegetables .... 4.80 Section 5, Twp. lN, Range 14E .............. $ 3.00

.Total Receipts ..._........ 1,048.13 I The Board unanimously agreed :Exp ...................... 60.00' Jones & Sons let Co. Ice Road :JAMIE, GLORIA, LARRY, AND MARY ANN FLETCHER -
Total Disbursements .:....1,457.85 Total Cash Available ...... 2,380.43 !to participate in and endorse the North Fla. Telephone Co., service Employees ................. 8.95 -Lot No. 4, Block 26, CaldwelTs Survey, Section 6,
:DISBURSEMENTS: ...... none .program to be held on July 4, for & Tolls May .............. 178.45 I Florida Power Corp. Utilities I Twp. IN, Range 14E .. ............................... 3.00()( .
Total Cash Available, May 31, I Total Cash Available, May 31 i the official opening of Interstate Isaac Chandler ire Refund 4-H Camp .................... 8L25 LESTER HURST Lots numbered 3, 4, 5, and 6, Block 9,
1963 .................... 22,024.26 1963 .................... 2.38043 I:No. 75 from State Road, 6*,,to Val- Club: Exp ................ 22.70 M. D. Moody & Sons payment I CaldwelTs Survey, Section 6, Twp. IN, Range 14E ... 9.00
Utility Sinking: Reserve., Fund dosta. % Hamilton Library Fund Dragline ....._.......... 792.00'I 1 GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. -Part of Block A. CaMwell's
INTEREST and SINKING FUND Time Deposit, May 31, Mr. Eddie'McGhin filed a plat of of Blanche Deas, Sal May ...135.29 Mercer-Wooten Road Signs 8110Kayo's -Survey, Section 6, Twp. IN, Range 14E .............. 42.00
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Cash Lynn Lake Estates .... 15.00
Available, May 1, 1963 .... ............. 13000.00 Kenneth WoodSaL May Drug Store Drugs
1963 .................... 1,375.191 i. Renewal and! Replacement Fund I NW% of Section 6, Township 1, I Nancy Taylor-SaL: May ...... 3750 Prisoners ................ 12.53 STEVE SMITH, JR. AND WIFE Part of Block A, Cald.
__ __ __ ____ well's ...
J I'bs"' +JU L Available, I North Range 14 East, Hamilton Co. Officers & Employees Retire. Gulf Oil Corp Gas & Diesel 443.39 Survey. Section 6, Twp. IN Range 14E ... 73.50
County Florida with the Board for Fund, May ................ 8.10 Eager Brother, Inc. Eqp. JAMES M. SOWELL AND WIFE W% of Lot No. 1, Block
I Iii CLASSIFIED A3IiiS400j their examination and approvaL, Social Security Acct. May .. 5.71 Parts .................... 14.49 31, Caldwell's Survey, Section 6, Twp. IN, Range 14E 2.10
and after examination of same, Dobbs Brothers Library, BindingCo. Sandlin Auto Parts, eqp. ace. 351,96 JAMES M. SOWELL Part Block 21, Caldwell's Survey

said plat was approved by the Inc.: Bindery ........ 129.28 II Home Gas Co. Gas-Camp .38.40 .! Section 6, 1\ 1>. IN, Range 14E ............_........ 150
5 .HOUSE FOR SALE in Jasper: 3 REPAIRS-We repair all types Board and filed in Office -of the Imperial Book Co.: Books 119.80 Western Auto Store Supp... 34.66 i I June 7, 14, 21, 28 LILLIAN L. BEMBRY

bedrooms, near downtown, 7500. TV and radios, also small Clerk of Circuit Court as requiredby North Fla. Telephone Co. Phone I Mike's Red White; Groc. I City Tax Collector, City of Jasper, Florida
Let us show you this one, only one pliances. Mannings Radio Service ap- law. Service .......-.*............ 1L15 Camp . .... -..... .. 223.90
Bnrton Manning met with the Fla. Power Corp Utilites .. 10.10 Dr. J. R. Bruce Cal on Camp 2.00Sapp's
of several listed
with Robert Ehlert Jasper. SY 2-4421 tfc. Board and discussed the possibilityof Ball Regional Exp 108.20 Service Station Tires &
Elizabeth
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orwith W. L. Bryan. SY2- FURNISHED having the old Airport restored. Fine &: Forfeiture Fund I Tubes ...- .... .. .,... 158.47
2985, Registered Real Estate Brokers APARTMENT For
decided to investigatethis
The board John H McCormick County Judge's Valdosta Flour Co. Groc I i I

tfc. rent upstairs. Call 792-6331, Robert matter before taking any action Fees .................... 54750! Camp ...................-. 43.24
Ehlert, Reg. Real Estate BI'O-I John H. McCormick SaL Juvenile I. Keenan Welding Supplies Road

ker. I Motion made by Mr. McGhin, Judge ....._.............. 70.00! Supplies .-................ 12.80 TobaccoTwine
FARMERSMONEY I seconded by Mr. Wheeler to erecta Joseph P. Holloman SaL Juvenile Carmichael Motor Supply Co.

SEVERAL USED REFR1GERA- Flag Pole on the Court House Counselor ................ 49.27 Parts .................... 231.76
for your farm opera- TORS-Best of condition. Priced square in Jasper to display the Charlie Rhoden Sheriff's Cost & Douglas Radiator Shop: ,, radiator .

tions at reasonable cost. Termsto to selL Manning Radio Service State and National Flags. Feeding Prisoners ...... 1235.60C. Repairs .................. 60.00 .
fit your needs. Loans up to Jasper. Phone SY 2441 tfc. The following names'were.placed A. Avriett Conviction: Fees & I Water's Grocery Groc, ..... 19.78
7 years. Can North Florida Production on the County Indigent list effec- I Comm. on Bond Est. ...... 187.06 O. T. Hobgood Lumber I,
I Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave FOOD USED TV-Installed for tive for the month of May'Louise Thelma Lewis Rec'd Convictions (Road) ......... .-. ...- 266.00
Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 $100 and up.>> Mannings Radio Miller in the amount of 512.00 for &Coptes ........ 15.50 I Colonial Life Ins. Co. Insurance Th ,
Service, SY 2-4421, Jasper tfc the month of May only and'Frances Social Sectn'ity Acct Social June '.. ...... .12.001I' 1 I' 1
I Hewitt in the amount of $10.00 I Security .:. ... 1.93 Social Security Acct. May 160.46
NEEDED until further order of the Bc ard. I' NEEDS.Special .
SEPTIC TANK and Drain Field' Co.: Officers & Employees Retire. Buue Cross-Blue Shield Ins. \
Cleaning J. W. VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin The following bills were ordered Fund .._..................- 14.07 i June .-.................. 126.50! Prices
QuantitiesA.
Darby Jasper. Large
on
Live Oak. Florida for all your paid. Hamilton County Memorial Hosp. Vulcan Materials Co. Pipe 430.20 .
Call after 6 p.m. tfc musical needs from and The being no further business be- Miler & Seymore ..... 12750 The J. N. Bray Co. Cement 3.65 'I

pianos to records and record organs play. fore the Board, said Board- adjourned. HOI Mfg. Co., janitor supplies Co. .off. & Employees Retirem! LEVIN & SON .

FOB SALE Lot -on'' Suwanne',I 0 Jail A....... .....'...*.; ... 33.00 Fund May 177,07
tfc
'-... J Jack VInSon, Chairman Orkin Exterminating Co. Pest Cint North Fla. Telephone Co. Phon' '

River at Suwannee Springs. Rea- USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR ATTEST: Thelma Lewis, Clerk Jail ........ .._............. 8.00 Camp: ........- .....- .. 27.65 i Jasper
sonable. Inqure Robert Ehlert, Real Sale Good condition $40. and 1 by Alice Jones D. C. City of Jasper Utilites Jail ..14.63: Sherwood Miller Refund Exp. ... ..-L
Estate Broker. 792-6331 tIc '(SEAL) 2.".
'I $50. Mannings Radio Repair, I Hamilton General Fund Jasper Laundry Laundry. Charges .J ,

PLASTIC LAMINATING: Protect- Jasper tic.1 1 County Indigents: .,; .
Preserve Valuable Mrs. Mae Long ............ 18.00
Beautify HOUSE FOB SALE In Jasper Louise Cribbs ..........;... 6.00
I Inl ACT FAST WHILE THEY LAST!
Photos, Documents. Sealed in plastic good location' near hospital. Eva Lee -................ 15.00 '
; Wallet size 25c each, larger able for two apartments. $ Ida Mae Smith .......... 10.09 .,:' '.'" '. ...
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size 5c square inch. Add 2c each for Call W. L. Bryan SY2-2985, or Lottie Mose'ly ... --*......*.15.00 ....':" .'.. .. ... 4.
mail orders. Robert Ehlert, SY2 6331, Reg. Real Mrs. Pearlie Sheffield ......:: 14.00 .
dan stainer PHOTOGRAPHY, 221 Estate Brokers. Other property Annie Mae Whitaker .....: 10.00 ,
West Howard Street, Live Oak also available. tic :Mrs. Frank Miller ......... 12.00 '; v'FORD DEALER
Florida. tic Mrs. James Royals ...... 10.00 ..
FOR SALE -. Good Modern Home Mrs. Roscoe Cooper ...... 15.00
I and 2 acres on paved road near Jimmie Gandy......... 10.00 .
FREE LUBRICATION! Jasper. Deep well .screened Bessie Holkway ......... 12.00
We will give a FREE Lube Job 52500 down. See W. L. jwrch. :Mrs. Ruby Radford ........ 15.00
SY2-
Bryan, ..........
15.00
with each oil change-for a 2985 Joseph P. Jones
limited time only! or Robert Ehlert. SY2-6331,. Rachel Moore: ..... ...... 14.00 FASTACUONSPECIALS ,
Reg. Real Estate I
E.'Okers. tic ,
O Firestone Tires I \ Rance A. Andrews Sal. & Exp. t. .
i County Agent --... .... 304.60C.
0 Delco Batteriescompetitive 'FOR SALE 'I ,
120
acres at $105
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A. Avriett Sal Co. Atty. .59.00
-at prices! (per acre near White Springs. 1% I II I Salary County Commissioners
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FRED TAYLOR'S :acres tobacco. Allhigh and dry. 1 Aaron Hogan ............ 117.50 :
TEXACO STATION I 40 acres woodland call W. L. '1 1i ,I Grover Wheeler .......... 103.97 ;

; Jasper Telephone 792-2903 j i Bryan, 792-2985 or Robert Ehlert !I Jack Vinson' ............ 115.47 ,0
"r 792-6331, Registered Real Estate Lawton McCulley ........ 103.97 J.
FARMS WANTED IF YOU(Brokers. Guy McGhin -......... 112.77 .
would like to.sell your farm, !I I I Isaac Chandler, Jr. Exp. Col. I .

see us. We have calls for farms MALE HELP WANTED Opening County Agent ............. 75.00
every week. _W. L. Bryan, Reg. j j for 2 route men or women. Thelma Lewis, Salary May 453.30 .' ,"
Real Estate Broker. Phone SY May earn up to $30 per day or more Ann C. Malpas SaL Sup. Reg 195.00 I'
2-2985 or SY 2.6331 j Experience -will Margaret Register Sal Sect County '. '
i I train. Write McNess unnecessary Co. Box 2766, Agent .. .,*..-.. .. .. '' 23.09.1 .
Georgia Plate Glass Co. Wylma B. White Sal. & Exp. j .
Memphis 2, Term
J14p |
.Store Fronts Home !>em. Agent 256.77Ethel
Mirrors NOTICE Lashley's's Grist Mill G. fledge Sal., Sect. to >
i Kesilvered Home Dem. Agent .. ... 69.28
.. .Tub Enclosures, Showers will be closed until further notice. I -
O. O. Edwards Sal. Asst. State
I 1 215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-52S5 J15c Attorney: ........ 8.93"I'"I'I : \
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t VALDOSTA FOR RENT Furnished Apartment. Wm. Randall Slaughter SaL St.) '
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Albert Page 792-2175 Itp Attorney 16.56
A WATKINS ROUTE in this area Eva Akins Sal Sect to Circuit .
is 'open for em retired man or FOR SALE OR BENT Won- Judge ......- .. ... .. ... 26.79 t'
ffady. Man '! semi-retired people der Bar. Also one deep well N. H. Williams SaL Yard
;) upkeep .. .... ..... 4L57
$75. -
and 4 House
earn $50.00 to $100.00 week de- pump, room on
per I 2 land $18.00 Wonder Bar Addie Mae Smith Sal Clerk T. C. SAVE! GET OUR FAST ACTION SPECIAL 9Q
pendings on time devoted to Route. acres : Office ...................... 73.97 ,ai
Also have 1 full time Route open. -Jasper- Fla.- J5p Kenneth Daniels SaL.'& Exp Co. 1: ON THIS NEW SUPER TORQUE FOlD! AS
Maybe you can qualify. For personal PIANO FOR SALE ---Upright- Service Officer .. ..._. ... 150.97 -
interview in your area, writeJ. practice in Gloria Jean McCauley SaL T. A. (Manufacturer's suggested retail price for Ford Galaxie 500 Sports Hardtop
piano
condition.
H McGarity, Box 627, Wffliston. $150 June Montgomery., good 792-6751: tic I Office ......... .. ....... 83.97 (. J. Al ; Includes heater-defroster whitewall tires. Destination charges, optional equipment -
:Florida J28c - William Kyser. SaL Vet .; 482.(;;; ..:.. -, ,state and local taxes,if any,extra.) !-
Charlie Goolsby Sal. Janitor 180.60!) : r i
Walter H. Davis Sal. Maint. 23.C9 .

..' Julian Wood SaL Civil Defense OUR SALES HAVE BEEN SIZZLING ALL SPRINGI! AND WE

Director ..-. _._ ..... 112.77. .t ;.Lr .
County Comm. Expense: AIM TO KEEP UP THE ACTION RIGHT INTO SUMMERI! "
HOW COOL Aaron Hogan .............. 6.25 .
Grover Wheeler ...:........ 6.25
WILL YOU ..EWH'EN Jack Vinson .............. 6.25 EVERY CAR IN STOCK PRICED FOR FAST ACTION I HURRY

Guy; McGhin .............. 6.25 .
Lawton McCulley ....._.. -.. 6.25 '* AND SAVE ON AMERICA'S TOTAL PERFORMANCE CHAMPSI!
-, YOU GET HOME? Co. Officers & Employeess '
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Retirement fund. May .. 141.49 "
Social Security Acct. Board County ,

After a hot shopping trip Colonial Comm Life May Ins.....Co.-...Ins....... 7L37. i2-_ f SAVE! GET OUR FAST ACTION ,SPECIAL(

d -% wouldn't it be nice to June ...................... 3.00 TUB:NEW MIDDLEWEIGHT FAIRLAKE!
O go to a cool, air\ Blue Cross:.BIue Shield Ins.

,eg l conditioned home? Why June ................_.... 59.80 >wait Ask about air Bud Bullard Rent Health Clinic .I ,....... s... w.... ....... ......
conditioning today. You White Springs May ...... 20.00 I 2814" w..w..W.wa... a.s..w.SAVE .
can be living in comfort the State Treasurer Contri May 1013.91 i ....... ....... I" 8.r. .... ...
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rest of the summer.You'llbe Mallory Tuten BaL due on .rent.
surprised to find how Col. County; Agt. office ....'..' 25.00 I
Julian Wood Civil Defense *

inexpensive conditioning electricair .. Expense .................... 3.90 i' GET MW FAST ACTION SPECIAL ON -
Charlie Rhoden Sheriffs
I I Fees .................... 133. 9 r IBS NEW CMVACT FALCON# !
Dr. Fredrick T. Mickler.,Comp.
Incompetency Proceedings 10.00 I (Ml M ratal price forMreeter.
Dr. J. R. Bruce Comp Incm.: ,... ,.... rrw 1KIudee..._.

Proceedings .............. 10.00 "M .vkRwrad tires. DetflMfle*
.. OMfgw ep0wuf eertMMflt tttie wb
u Bobbie McCteflan Comp/Incom. ....
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proceedings ............'... 3.00 J.
John H. McCormick Comp Incom. '..
.' Proceedings .............. 7.50
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Comfort Charlie James Rhoden McGauley Expense: to W.conveying T. Lewis :Motor
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7 fi f Etectricar"muMmr" wards Hospital ............ ; .
Wylma B. White Home Dem. .: .. .,
I; FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION Expense ................ Ed-I *: -
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LEWIS-DAVIS REHEARSAL DINNER PARTY ,recreationleader and Mrs. Shiveris York last Tuesday about 11:00.
Marvin RoadvFund l lI : JENNINGS
County
Rodgers
: .. j I i 1 the Arts!and Crafts'leader.Miss I Now, instead of sing "ATram-
Heads Countyommi I Plans VetoedBy Drawing' to a> clos4 the many held urns of pink roses. Queen 1. ;- "NEWS -1 : Marilyn Hughe is visiting ping we will go/* ti's "A'Berry
I|I "parties feting :Miss Margaret Davis Ann's lace and asters. her grandmother Mrs. Kent. Pickin' we will go." Blackberries
RAD G. Bryant I and Jerry Lewis otiose weddingwas The formal parlor with antique bv Ray.Nell Eurnett I| 4-H Camp was last week Quite.a season is here and they sure are
ee j few of from went. I
j one of. the city's most promi- wall and us Jennings pod!
whichis
green paper carpet
Mr. ,and Mrs. David of
Speight
nent events the hearsa' know everybody; enjoyed, it. Laina McCauley of Jasper/ is
was r* I!
At the recent annual RAD ( Gov. Farris Bryant this week ve- repeated in the adjoining formal Hardwick, visited rela-
Rurj j j i; Georgia
dinner given in the fashionable new carried:! Dir..and Mrs. Bin Oakquinn visiting her grandmother, Mrs.'McGauley. -
al Area out the
Development) dining room same :
meeting tives in and Jasper. I
would have Jennings
which
toed House bills home of the bride-groom's and Linda Carlton Kelly of Lake- .
parents .
Marvin Rodgers elected to'the ( colorful decoia'o s' cf pink "
green
was I i permitted the county commissionsof ,Mr. and Mrs. Horace Lewis in Jas- and white. i, James Edward Hill of Clew sI land Floridc visited Mrs. Hattie I Mrs. Annie Mae Hill has just
of
presidency the Committee.
I It ,ton Florida is spending. summer the weekend. about moved into her new house.
Annual projects were discussed, !, Hamilton and Taylor countiesa (per. came prior to the church I' Wynn over I
The banquet table in the dining vacation with his grandparents, !
,rehearsal with thirty guests pres- Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Patter-I
the past program reviewed and freer hand in using secondary room where the bridal Mr ,nd Mrs. S. S. Hill and Mr. ,
'ent, including the ministers, musi- party was son and children, Kenneth Beverly -,
plans made for a stepped up pro-j I:,road funds. cians, bridal party and out of town seated was overlaid with an off and Mrs. A. U Pollock.I and Craig of Cherry Point. N. !I STAPLES
bill would author- and
gram in Rural Area The Hamilton STAPLERS
Development I; I guests. white imported linen cloth with i'I I Summer Recreation started Carolina, visited Mr. and Mrs. G.
for this year. There were about ize the commissioners to use the
I The pink green and white color heavy embroidery garlands in valley last Monday. Mr. Hinton is the W. Pennington and family. JASPER NEWS
25 of the 30 members'present. |money to pave streets in Jasper, THE
This
I scheme of the home and decorated lily design. was centered The Jennings Seniors got back
The
The Technical and White
Action Panel com- Jennings Springs.
formal gardens and rear porch with a white china bowl of roses i from Washington D.C and New
posed of Clyde Payne, Paul Weber j immediate objective of this bill candlesticks'with
in
flanked by matching dies placed old fashion nosegays.
with iron railing openiing
Jesse Wood, Garland and in'Hamilton County was to makeit wrought '
Rance Andrews Wyman was introduced as possible to pave school drives, into the back enclosed garden'by a footed vases and held white|I The petite young bride elect wasgowned I Eight Night School Graduates
wrought iron gate was resplendent candles with pink sweetheart roses in a semi-formal of imported
the program. They gave their po-I and then make it easier to pave
festooned with miniature simflax ,white cotton with fitted bodice
of the old colorful -
sitionsJn the parts they.were,\to streets_in,towns without having,to,' spectatcleis'brthe'evehln cSoithQne .qf w'as biidalTplac'cafS ere"us d"'init: and shoulder straps'oCPfnktelvet I
play in the tot RAYS] program for make connections with secondary where which in her belt the
; the lighting and decorations in the throughout the home can- was repeated ,
Hamilton County. roads, as at present. I t
dles were used they were entwined bodice, was made onto a semi-full
back garden and porch with
Besides Mr. Rodgers, J. L. Coll- The Taylor County measure grape '''
and lighted of with love birds and cupids. Centering short skirt. The dress had dainty
foliage pods
Prescott, Watt Saunders commission $30,000of green
wn Ivey would give the a.
tables which
covered of
the linen sprays pink embroidery. a
electric which entwined the
I ,
Burnett and Jones road funds which it grapes a
Ray Billy were secondary ,
I lattice work and also used beneathan encircled the room: where other The rehearsal followed in the aY
elected vice presidents and Rance could! spend for roads, bridges, waterways -
were seated were single can First Baptist church.
guests
harbor fa- oblong lighted pastel green fish :
Andrews secretary. This will be channels and
the main steering committee.Mr. "cilities. The governor's veto mes- aquarium which held many fantail JASPER HONOR STUDENTS
Rodgers said that this was sage said this bill apparently was and unusual live ornate fish. The I
"a new undertaking" for him, but unconstitutional: in that it purported back patio leading off the replicaof ,
it everyone would help he, could I to alter the process by which the the old southern porch enclosedby "
fence of brick lattice work is
a
see some great things that we the road money is spend.
:peopl of Hamilton County could do I Bryant said in vetoing the Ham- bordered inside a curved bed for t '
for ourselves without concentrating -ilton bill that placing absolute control an old fashion planting of hydrangea '
mainly on assistance from out- of the secondary funds in the ivy touch-me-nots, annuals, '
side agents, such as federal gov-! County Commission was not in centered by a bird bath fountain. MI4
t ernment and ARA. Really RAD I keeping with the basic theory of the Beautifully gowned guests lingered
work is nothing but local people gasoline tax law and that approval here. .
finding the problems of our com-J would be inconsistent with his disapproval The entire home was opened for k
munities and then sitting down and of similar measures passed the affair. The gentelman's guest 1 tt
deciding upon a plan of action to by the 1961 legislature.The room in pale gold with a colorful 3 ,
take in solving these problems. | governor on May 8 vetoed on gold bath and gold carpet was .
Mr. Rodgers said that "committee I somilar grounds a similar Senate decorated in gtoriosa lilies and'
chairmen for the various commit- bID for Liberty County, but Sen. glad florits. The ladies' guest room
tees in the county would be appointed -''Luther Tucker of Crawfordville and dressing room and bath in Mrs. Della Taylor, who teaches night school in Jasper,
pastel blue with off white carpet This had eight graduates this year, who were awarded ttieir diplo-
immediately and a pro- obtained a unanimous vote of the picture, taken at the Jasper Commencement, focuseson
gram gotten under way." i upper chamber to override the veto had lillies to harmonize. The mas- the five students who took part in the program, and those mas in a separate ceremony on Jasper's Graduation Night.
ter bedroom which is in pink and wearing gold tassels were the honor students. Left to right are Above, from right, are Edgar Peacock, Linda Stamper, Diane
orchid with matching bath and Jan David, Billy Dail, Salutatorian; Virginia Vickery, Valedictorian Peterson Sirmons, Odessa Smith, Mrs.\ Thera Morgan, Dean Mc- ,
dressing room and a floral carpet ; Bo Bembry, and Susan Levin. Daniel, Mrs. Ruby IJeupo. and J. W. Kelly.

I and ccessories had niches of pink ____._.______________________--A' A--'"-...- ""__.""-"-"-" -_ V .V--- ",,,,, ..-4'--? .... .. V.lt
roses and asters in lavender and --------- -------------------------------------- ------------ -
DID GDUSIMAND SNIFFLER MO-BUT I NOTICED AND NO MATTER WHERE .1 pink.
HIS FAMILY You LOOK YOU'LL NEVER '
THEY PRAYED '
SAY AMYTHIN6 ABOUT BEFORE THEY RXO THE CQUALTO THE As you entered from the formalfront 0 H4' MAKE THISBeKindTo WEEK=
THE LUNCH ATE IT WOMOERFULSERVIc.E I of the home, the foyer with
I SERVED THAT pastel green wall paper had as a
I backdrop an old heirloom table
+ a GAS cn and centered with an heirloomvase
i of green and gold leaf which I

J I S iI held the bouquets of roses, gladioli 4 Jrb b\ U
i Ird t1T and. asters.
rl 5, r wi i I The long massive living room PAPA" Week
with burnt gold burlap walls and

I embossed matching gold carpet ,
I. centered with a large white fire- a
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I i place over which hangs a large bVselecting your
mirror in family-designed heavy
a
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Low Price $6.95 NIGHT PHONE :white. frame-a copy of Old Colo- FATHER'S DAY :-;, -
I finial days had as a mantle decor- .. .-
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PER CYLINDER ation an oblong arrangement of ,
SYcamore 2-3001 ;uxAMA ;k<;?::: tt GIFT FROM
,
CASH ON DELIVERY: live green with southern palmetto ,

' i,bridal bamboo (nandfna) and northern ,
.: .
:| Hemlock from a Jasper garden : -
HOLLOWAYS'I all designed in fan shape; on either \eI LANG'S! .

side were ,two five branched brass

J,I i'dal candelabra flowers.entwined Tables in in white this room bri- 41: j You'll'both be happier that you did: !

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t..J HOLLOWAV u ohita'! N E'\VO_ SUITS

PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL NOW: Here's A Few Suggestions! '
Mrs. Alice Sydenham
SCHULTZ HILL MOBILE HOME j j Herman Fletcher r andSPORT

John Osburn. .
I i Mrs. :Martha Pirtmani SHIRTS
Discount the South's COATS
City Largest i I Mrs. Alta Bennett .
j I Ronald Hart

IS NOW IN VALDOSTA!1' ]Colored Rachel patients Williams: Short or Long Sleeves, by Sewell

J James Arline Sport or Dress
MOBILE HOMES AS LOW AS i i Bessie Mae Thomas Dacron and Cotton
r Eliza White and Colors ,
SI: DOWN Sales Tax, Ins Inc. I. Mollie Townsend McCullomi 1 Dacron and Wool .

T No Closing Cost i i Anthony Jackson'DISClLRGED } ; by Arrow, Wings,
Dacron and
Rayon
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SINCE LAST WK: / <
-Open Tilll0- .m.--- {! Wright (col) Block Tulane I
i Mrs. Jeanette Tanner SPORT COATS
Schultz Hill Mobile Homes Inc. I I' Howard Young v .. yti,;.
j Johnny Hayes $1.99 to $4.50 rt, $24.95
Clyd Jones (coL) .
1901 South Patterson Call 242-4260 I I :Mrs. Ernestine McNeil .
Mary Nell Peacock f o SUITS
UNDERWEAR # .
Charles Wynn

I .,..... ...'....V..4' -4'"...,:{. .-..:- .. _...-A. _..t". _....r..4'.... .._. .g .-.-...A.ItI Hanes Arrow It :J $29.95 and 34.95

c I Fruit of the Loom 111"I

To The Farmers of 49c to $1.50 5 ( Beautiful Garments,. .

.t.:; Wonderful Values


Hamilton County P A J A ltt AS... Dad. aNeW'SummeE"'ive .

by Wings '
I would like very much to come and visit with Shorties and Longs :-


every tobacco farmer and see your crop, but sinceI $2.95 to $4.95 HAT !

have discovered such a dreadful disease in my : BanlonNylon Genuine'' Milans or

crop I am afraid that I might cause someone else :I cottonSOX Panama* -all the

Newest Colors and
to have it, as it is so contagious. It may be car- :: WEMBLEY TIES C* "-Styles '


ried on your feet and tires of all vehicles. But I $1.00 & $1.50 2.98 to $4.95

hope that each of you will have a wonderful l 50c to $1.06


crop. 'i 1 I I WANT TO-PLEASE HIM FOR SURE? ::' THOMSON SLACKS

Take time and let it and : v .
your get good ripe : Give Him a Paid of ;:

before and it will to Dacron and Cotton Dacron and
gather mean '
you money you- : HUSH PUPPIES'Foam Tread =,,
Wool Dacron and
and that know is what need and want out :: : Rayon
you Cool, Crisp Newest Colors
Genuine Casuals : nylon mesh SLEPONS
of your crop. I will do my best to see that you get : Pigskin :3 .' Plain or Pleated Wash Wear

: So Light So Soft .. ,. Washable $4 95 '

appreciateyourbusiness' i So Comfortable $9".I'p". Like Walking on Air : :;'- i $7.95 to $9.95LANGS,
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Both in Narrow: : and Medium Widths'-: :- .

t I am your friend, I ,,,"iiiiI +-,

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Butch.f.Chandler. It t WALK SHORTS REMEMBER .' r. .
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i Chandler's Warehouses I Hubbard & Tulane FATHER'SDAY IS1" '': .


I Jasper, Florida :t $395 & 4.S5 SUNDAY' JUNE 16th : "Jasper's For 24 Favorite Year Clothier


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