The Jasper news
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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: August 9, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Install M.. ::F. New Officers To Week Hold At Youth Jasper INew/Pastor Presbyterian: for .' JASPER? RISES rio TOP I INew

This'Sunday.evening the new offl- Methodist Church Jasper' Church

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cers Jasper of,the Methodist First: YouUi Church.Fellowship -.:I The Methodist Youth FeIowM p The Rev. :,William# Wl Van Zant I : Tttacco Forest Service To (:Tobacco Story On Inside Page)

,;wttl be installed during the i 10! First Methodist Church Jasper has been called by the Sessions of

Tegular evening service by the Pas is holding a Youth Week beginningnext toe Jasper and White Springs Press ;Grades Not HardGo Help Landowners =.CHAMBER. OF COMMERCE CORNER _

tor Rev. N. E.-.Booth* The hew Monday August 12th. lasting byterian Cteffches' as Interim Pastor "Know Hamilton County and Tell Others
About It"
if .officer*,to,be.i JflsteEed are;;",.. through Friday;*As ustlfitnt from' .Aagust';Jl;rl963-to-January. .... UIMiK.sta 1d r: WftSeaSOR ..
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President-Miss Linda, 'Fennell .1 The theme of this Youth Week is 11964. tl.-...',. 0" '.. : ,i.i'<> ._._, -
t VJoe-Pres.-MBS Ian CoB m I"Lead us not into temptation." Invitations Mr. Van Zant is an -OrdainedPresbyterian Go Florida Forest Service crews .
Secretary Miss Terri Corm ,, have been' seMi: to the:' Minister. He gradual the- *"TobacC and'picfir'I\larket up a copy of when not actually engaged in the "

Treasurer Bobby. Pennington. I IReporter I!'.'troches of Jasper and surrottadteg ed from Maryville CoHece in MaryvDle lacal? Price" support crsent work of fighting forest fires
-Rusty" Mkkler i iMy cocununity "W lome join in ,. Tenn. and Louisville Presbyterian at the l wgrehruse.can will be available to help Florida

:r :Fuad: Treasurer Jerry" c driner i j[this'fun-ftOed week. The schedule Theological Seminary, girt. marked vou read itl Jftiat the tobacco kind'oftobacco"is grades- landowners improve their timber 'h: :

The'special areas of youth workprogramming 'of activities each evening'is as follows Louisville, Ky.,Ht has. been each-. ? If Stands. .
are as follows: : log Bible .in Lee O>Uege'.in Jackson -' 'AlR4CaLS X4IOtT. While forest fire protection is J
Christian'Witness Miss Carol IMcLauchluV i Kentucky since graduatingfrom you reny?&mber'llrst >year's grades one vital key to increasing pro-
: I r ir r 6:31--Lgiht.Supper Seminary. This will be his these will look*familiar-but there "dut ton and commercial return Fun Festival Time 7'

Christian Citizenship--Miss 1 1 j j i 743 Study Course first experience in the active Pastorate map be some differences because from Florida forest improvementof
,Hazel Knapp J 8:00 Worship Servicer Mr. Van Zant married Miss of the new Department 'of Agriculture the stand by the landowner: of -- '.. Is Here -- -
8:35 Recreation : grades foe: flue-cured tobacco. ,major importance also.
Faith-Miss Mert SeUres of Jacksonville and
LoufseKnapp; they have- two children: a girl Some ofthe older grade symbolsare. !t t For instance pines cannot do
Tonight- Friday August 9th 7:30 the
at begins
Miss Janet Taylor representing no longer uI, such as "dapp-:}their best if low quality cull trees p.m.
Christian Outreach Miss Thresa Margaret-and a boy. Edwin
s, Billie Kaapp1 i ji j(!the Tallahassee District Woman's' The VanZant's arrived, Jasper. led",(KR) ,and "pale lemon" (LL) i!are sapping away moisture, sun- Beauty Contest

An invitation to ccme and'encourage Society of Christian" Service,'will.be Tuesday. Mr. Van,Zant will preach and some 'new .grade designations ilight. and nutriment. Inferior non- *, : The prettiest misses of Hamilton County-
hereto help'with the Youth Week: bejng .used"slick" (S) and:
are ;,; merchantable ,trees. should be removed -
s these new officers Is" extended at the morning worship hour. Sun- '" Come see them in their street dresses bath-
Two study courses are being offered "variegated mixed" (KM). from the commercial stand ,
to'the community. to the yo Everyone
But the grades to
and, Marriage"will be Jed by Rev. new are easy
for rapid growth. choice
trees more will be the winner
Evans i N. E. Booth. It is restricted to understand. USDA's Agricultural J
Reports ,[ Fire control crews of the FloridaFdrett
':Senior Highs. "Christ above all": JenninftsClub Marketing Service says there are Service will help land- Seats will be available in the park n Jasper

Profit Increase wiD be led by Miss Taylor. It is' actually less grades this year than I I owner with his timber stand im- All Oda y Saturday, August 1 10th Come have the time
for, Junior Highs. Holds InitialMeeting there were last year, 157 now as by the of life. the whole
r compared to.'173? and that these I pl'OV'ementonrequest I your Bring family.
Evans Products Company reported Our! guest speakers at the wor- new grades do'wetter Job of 'distinguishing landowner-if no private contract Rides for the whole family '
first half net earofecs of There is a I
: crews are operating.
ship period will be Dr. Fred Mick- between different qualities )
Pony rides for the kids l*
*L08 a share or U577,060, thereby i' charge for the service. Recommended i"
ler Miss Janet Taylor, Rev. Sayer of tobacco. |
interested citizens of the
continuing the favorable contrast Twenty month for killing cull trees Fire Truck Rides
Canova. and Rev. Booth with a 1IJ '.
over results during toe calendar Jennings Community met Monday As know tobacco,grade is are March through September. .
you the in the tank
of Dump
possibility a guest speaker from man
: the school discuss
year_ 1962. night at to plans always composed three different j interested landowners should con
'Sales and other revenues for the Jacksonville. for organizing a community clubto parts: a letter .t& show the groupof 1'tact the Farm Forester serving his Cake Walk '

first half were $66,196,000 compared -' Youth of the church will lead pool ideas and efforts to raise.the tobacco (stalk position, body local county. The forester will Pass the football *,

to,$55,104,000 in the.same periodof each night's worship period. Theyare community to a higher{ level, mor etc,) a number\to show quality: make recommendations on which Catch the greased hog
1962. scheduled as follows; Mon- ally spiritually) and economically.. (from choice to:poor), and another trees should be culled and which .t'"
The Company is a major producer day-Miss Jan David; Tuesday J. W. DeVane was chosen as letter or set of letters, to, show I method, to use. County rangers Ride the Bucking Broncho"

; and distributor of plywood[j Miss Linda Fennel; Wednesday-' temporary chairman' He appointed ,. 'color.: ""I supervise: the work of the crewman Free suckers for the kids .

hardboard.. and related building Rusty Mickler; Thursday Miss a nominatilng. 'committee to : Cull trees are removed by the Food and drink aplenty
Donna find persons who are willing, and For example iye named three of tree poisons silvitides,
materials and the leading producer CoUum; Friday-Billy use .01.
have the officers of tobacco above, AIR, Saturday nite Country music and big street danceLETS
of damage prevention equipment'J'DaiL time to serve as grades applied with special injection type ,
and to present the slate at the next C5LS and X4KM Grade AIR is Is to lives-
tools There danger
for railroad freight cars and trucks j
I Special features are: Recreationled (A), of choice HAVE FUNS SEE YOU AUGUST 9th & 10th
It maintans a distribution point in] Miss meeting. The commitee is composed wrapper tobacco stock or wildlife through the proper i
by Taylor a communion '
Jasper and a small processing'plant service Wednesday and of Mrs. J. A. Stephens Mrs. quality (1)) and an orange color i use of these chemicals. JASPER CITY PARK
is now just opening here. a camp Ree Zipperer Rev. N. M. Rowell (F). Jt would probably bring more, Landowners and timber growers
The Company .states that demand -'I}fire on Friday night. Mrs Wilma White told of the money than anyf other grade of 1,I who authorize tree improvementwork Sponsored by
work being done in White Springsby ) tobacco. be for cost-
for its principal products FLORIDA FOREST may eligible The Hamilton County Chamber of Commerce
the Christian Youth an organization sharing payments by the Agricultural .
continues solid
strong giving us a 'Grade CSLS, onJthe other haul-
base for our third and fourth qua--;SERVICE REPORTSquarters of young people from al-the \mU1d slttWle l ,...Stabilizationand: *-Conservation
Friday II
I i ten-sales>and earning.The': repoft 1.:The '1'"dn. F'St'Servrce Head j'ehurch ?She'srigge.4te3''tl: r"iJennings baccolbecause ItTacEs ripeness and Service.. Beauty Pageant, Evening

further says'that'although the an-1 1 In Hamilton County. ..reports group consider a similar or- open weave which Indicated by :

ticipated labor drfficuWes i in the the following forest fire infor ganization.The by the symbol (Slick>. It would Over Half of Law Guest Sneaker Saturday Afternoon

plywood industry have in fact,1 mation for the seven day period.: need for recreational facilities be cutter tobacco (C) taken from a i iJD.id..st.a1k I I Street
occurred, all proper steps have Number fires past week 2 was discussed briefly. liaising position, of low quality i Violators Now Dancing, Saturday EveningTHIS
been taken,to make certain that Acres burned .6 industry were considered.It .
((5), and of a lemen slick (LS) color I
this will have little if any adverse ]Fires since Jan. 1 this year 39 was decided that the greatest X4KM tobacco will ''be lug1 tobacco Oil ProbationProbation IS IT!. Tonight Friday, August 9th the "Miss

effect" on earning for the last I'Acres', burned since Jan. 1 this need and united at present effort! is careful planning (X) grow low on the plant, Hamilton County" Beauty Contest will be held at 7:30:
and took
of the current year. year 103. of fair quality (4) and of a variegated -
The next meeting will be a cov- mixed color (KM), probably the major work of regulating state p.m., when 14 of the loveliest young ladies of Hamilton

ered dish supper 8:00 p.m., August -mottled. convicts in the fiscal year just County will compete for the title of "Miss Hamilton
Space Kitchen Impresses Rocket Expert 29, High School Lunchroom. closed, as prison populations dropI -
Besides cutting down the number -I I red from' their All-time high of County". There will be a panel of five out-of county

ADULT EDUCATION of tobacco grades, the new 8,000 in 1962. fudges. Miss Thelma Boltin, Director of Special Eventsat

f PROGRAM TO BEGIN grades 'also, add a classification for I Roy W. Russell Chairman of theFlorida the Stephen Foster Memorial, will be the Master of
"slick" or tight faced tobacco.
Probation and Parole Commission
FALL TERM SEPT. 3 This is immature tobacco which in a year-end report for Ceremonies. Miss Mary Kathryn Chandler our reigning

> lacks the porosity of mature leaf. fiscal year 1962-63, declared that "Miss Hamilton County"will crown the new "Queen".

tatYi Hamilton The Adult County Education will Program) in The segregation of these tobaccos there were 7,832 persons on probation Saturday afternoon August 10th at 3:00 p.m., Mr.
Sep- of the "S"
and the new symbol
use parole under the Commission -
tember 3 at Jennings, Jasper and for Slick should have the effect of or on June 30 while those Millard Noblin, an outsandin speaker from the Florida

White Springs a more conspkous designation for confined to state prison numbered Development Commission will be on hand to be our guest
Anyone who was not enrolledlast these tobaccos. '
7,579. !speaker.
year or who does I
anyone not
Ft Convicts in state prison reachedthe
yet have a program approved! may JENNINGS FOOTBALL 8.000 in mid witha Street dancing Saturday evening at 8:00 p.m.
figure 1962.
t contact Mrs. Stephens in the Court waiting list and at that time the There will be food and rinks for sale both Friday

August House, 24.Jasper. August 19 through TEAM TO TAKE Cabinet Budget Commission released evening an dall day Saturday. There will also be con-

It is ::very necessary that anyone PHYSICAL EXAMS ,an emergency,appropriationof cessions contest, cake walk ,and lots of fun for.all. both
$123,872 to provide "
wishing to enroll do so during thistime J Friday and Saturday. .
supervisors for the Parole Com
as the next School Football I
opportunity to Jennings High
mission. This last legislature alsorecognized
.i register will be for the spring se physical examinations will be held a need for expanding COME AND ENJOY YOURSELF FRlDAYlEVErWG

mester. at Mickler Cfinic on Saturday Au the Commission's ability to supervise AD ALL DAY SATURDAY.

Any person 20 years of age or gust 10, 8:00 a.m. Ail Jennings convicts says Russel, andit
older or married who wfll be f'" ,
any person may High School boys try- authorized 21 additional supervisors
I enroll. Single persons under 20 ing out for football are asked to \and two administrative assistants -
may not enroll. be present. --Coach Owen Hinton
in this fiscal year and another
11 supervisors for the second yearof

i I THE AMERICAN WA the biennium. The result said sUPECUgHKlFt
Benton Harbor, Mich.-America's foremost rocket expert I Russell 4s that parole releases
is "quite surprised" at the compactness of this country's i i were stepped up from 1463 to 1. 80ifor !
first experimental space kitchen. \, this past fiscal year and the
Dr. Wernher Von Braun, (left) director of the George C. t number placed on probation was ,F.
Marshall Flight Center in Huntsville Ala., expressed this
reaction on seeing the experimental kitchen for the first time II .: emu Tus increased from 3224n the;prec d-

during a recent visit to Whirlpool Corporation's research t 60KRgIt1M GAt't : fiscal year to 2.'lJ3"this past year .
laboratories here where it is under development He is shown f Wftf,r DO Ytts te71wJ6 lllrrf R Russell pointed out that the most _
here examining a miniature' water heater,that will be installed fit3> C7'ft) msNornasr .4...important part of probation and '
in the kitchen. \ parole screening out dangerous
The space kitchen, is approximately half completed for 51/91 FS? TAKEN( AW offenders who must be confinedin
delivery to the U.S..Air Force in May of this year. It is"designed I : "- PROMO* ( prison for the protection x>fJ
to store and dispense all'foods and beverages -
required J!society, and at the same time togive '
by three astronauts on a 14-dal'space mission. _...j .
dk MB*n M ftJ.1ft'.4.' : full consideration to those who L1
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devices already completed;; live displacement pressure have.been.convicted of breaking a

Dr. Von Braun! wasr"particu-! pump meantime grasping a : -: I major criminal law but who may
larly impressed by the miniature -1 support bar with the free safely be returned to their com-
water heater hand. 'Without something to .
that un. ; A munities under strict regulation, to
like its bulkier' household grasp they would push them- .. ::
counterpart, is' only 17K selves across the,kitchen ev- '1-1 :..: earn thei rown living, and to provide
inches from top to bottom and erytime they, tried to move for their families. It"costs the i
5% inches diameter. Three the handle since there is no Florida taxpayer nearly ten times,
pints of 170 degree water'can such 'thing as measurable as much the Russell reports states I NEW TYPE FREIGHT CAR ARRIVES HERE
I be drawn from toe-miniature weight at. zero gravity. ri--- to confine a person in prison as it
tank every two' hours Two Improved weather forecast does to him 11 Last Thursday' a carload of button material arrived in
supervise on probationor Jasperon
made O.
separate heating elements lag possiWe fey t*
are .
a new model freight that
designed the
utilized forestall complete collected from' UJ5 MteliMMmow OF parole. car so whole side can fee opened
A operating: breakdown the la orfeit eoaU redaee' fey. Probation in Florida has'I for easy unloading. Above, the top view show the car when closed -
event of failure in.one s of the baH the W-WUwa losses imposed accepted generally in the and the bottom view shows the car when open for unloading.
dements. ,Though desiring KBM&Uy. fey uwaxBOd J cf Florida only In compartively in I It is easy to Imagine the difficulties usually encountered in joeky-
and building"toe tank- and storms', 'tlle/'Germanborarookot ; recent years. In this past year, the I ing a fork lift around in a conventional freight ear to unload a bu&Q*
heating element* sounds rela 'pteeeer feefceresl"Thfe. load like that pictured.
** additaei. report states there was a percent !
tively easy described in these ho:added ws
terms, say Whirlpool scien in, ,pey for fee'aattsa'a increase in the number. of I Th.car arrived at the dock of Evans Building Products: Gofnpa ,
tints, months of research aDd llofcOBon, a year space.pro I t 4 convict*- put on probation rather: and the man pictured is Elbert Brack local Southern Alleet.Js reports -
tea&& 'were required to:'". ,gram.;*' *' 4. than being sent to prison. As,a re-I that Evans' has averaged a carload of material each day to Jufer
we an operative:unit:xatkv .Vea' .. MIlt and in spite of increasing popiihlion and has kept the pace in August, 33 cars in 30 days to be exaet. *

dHlOn ablsuader, zero gravity cen : t.'. f4 and expanding activity in, The car above is. equipped with three wide doors which sloe up

AsteeB 4a will draw w M& 1IIt: !: nearly every other -public) agency, overhead running'on two vertical runners which are also *
.from tfesair-free system fey ;? the coxnmi&wsts= to prison have and are pushed to each end. of;the car after the overheat ..'&g

;: f InimpiHg the TuMU OB a JH II- .-....--:..., ". TIM fMft: ., dropped in 14 1 63 fiscal year to 2.9381 raised-* very simple but ingenious arrangement, and a big 1 staayeiy
's: ,.. :! ::>- --4.t. :: fpera 3,369 the pervious year. I It is the first, car of !its type to be seen here.


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it -PAGE TWO :'THE" : JASPER' \' ME\ws.: -CASPER FLORIDA < Friday August 9fi 1963

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: I I Tve learned this the handtrying .way ccnsrahdations.T --. :; Down in Lakeland he is founder Mrs. Everett Browne, Mrs. Ray HANNAH BLAXD TO WORK

&i to get grass to grow. But ear' I and pastor of;the Crystal. Lake !mood Camp Jr. Mrs..JoeSappand':: : .WITH CRIPPLED CHILDREN
I come Fall days we'll Jry again. ,, Bryan. recently cut of I Methodist. 01U 'cJi. ,i btrs. Horace Lewis'of Jasper. Mrs. ,I '

I. When our. own doorways are the army -as Captain Bryan; ., his I'' .; s i) tTindaI1;, (nere Xishing relatives 1 Hannah Blvd, R.N 'who served

swept and garnished we might take wife an3-ch-ldren.' Dale and Laura,I Mrs. Annie Lee Tbigpen bf NewPort and will remain for the weddng of Hamilton County as >-ubti<; Health
I Ion'I' one of those long' forgotten Anne carr. by tear aJbrief"visit with [ Riche and Mrs. Martha! M5ss .Sally; Camp 'next Tuesday Nurse for seven years,has beenoffered
I graves and at least keep'it clean. his raster and mother (Mrs. Adina J I[Spring of Miami came the first of ,evening-in the :First Baptist Church a position with the Crippled

8 St : Simpson and Mrs. Harbuck) Lonnie j)[the week for the birthday of their I .,.. ., ,O ldren's Committee sponsored bythe
Juanita Strickland (ilrs. Ralph his accepted a place as teacherof i(Mother Mrs. Annie Cason. I, The P..eand Mrs. Norman Elks of Florida.
Strickland and young son Charles Science at the of .
I University
I I (Booth and daughter of the First I| Hannah .s a county product has
--- of Crystal River made me a brief Florida and they are moving into I i I Misses Pola. Linda and Diane Methodist Church have returned administered to the people of her
,... aalllGft Z.e51IPTYqieH abut appreciated visit fie after- their own home in left
Gainesville.. ,j I Qardy Jacksonville Friday, from a delightful visit to Panama county since 1930. She was mar-
noon last meek The llalph Strict- August 2. on the train for Norfolk i
ilrs, TJHian Saunders of WhiteS .I City, Florida, Atlanta, and Tennessee ried to Horace Bland in 1934. mulct
"Judo" isn't as new as you think: Nan's (Mrs. Pennywefl McCall) I lands once with the Held Funeral nri Coca. Virginia, for week's visit with -and other places. in gher home here in the same
gs came over! to the
M Back In 1905 we were taught-Jui- when the Horne and Cowart kin home have their own establishmentat Cola their sister, Marcella and brother-!r place she now lives. Horace passed -
jitsu (by a specialist from Atlanta) coed on the McCall house'hold I Crystal River now. Sally party Camp.Thursday morning for in-law, Lt. CoL and Mrs. B. E. i I Mrs.. Horace Lewis and 'tr. and away April 8, 1950. She said

at Cox College College Park, Ga. for a week's visit. Those Sunday The young son Charles has teen McCabe. Pole plans to return to,Mrs. Gerry Lewis spent the past she was thankful for a good profession
Not that I ever learned-but we, morning rides thru the woods are visiting his uncle on Statenville Nic t Grey Ladies have cerer Jasper for the second week of her weekend with their relatives, aa-s. being a registered nurse,

: were supposed to. pleasant memories. The two Pad-. I Road and Juanita came for him. .onv in Jax.GP.EY summer vacation while Mr. and(ft fJacqueJyn.Barnhill: and family at for the only cure for sorrow and

get, girls joined the crowd jAunt j I LADIES PRAYER Mrs. T. E. Clardy will go to visit Crescent Beach.; ,lankness is to stay busy.

I What you keep "by you, you canchange Nan thought riding astride Mrs. Marjorie Croft and childrenof De Lord. ts I don my cap of gray. the McCabes.. ,t i! 1\fri 'w-1l11 Rave Lewis .
or mend, but words once was unladylike and disrespectful to j I Mayo spent'last week with Mrs. I ask --f Thee to lead the way; Dr. and Mrs. James Rams are.Miami is Jr.: o '
spoken can never be.recalled.. .. VIckery And if tasks hard to do, here visiting l his parents nor and her mother, Mrs.; John C
. the boStessj.: (There was.one'/sidesaddle -' : my are now residing in one of the most:l J and relatives on a two weeks va'catjon. .
: In\ the crowd). As long as < w. Give me strength to see them thru historic homes, not only in Jasper' ,Camp.
R t Noel .
Mrs- Doe Shiver, over Jennings they were oat the. Jfc'gte Jhft,' Mrs. of Augusta .e D:' omentro( rov..tim. ,. but in-the-.nationr for-the reason, I l In the, dining room the refreshment .
; 'called,. : "eekhto; :was\!!tiilt ie'7f .t7st !St'eblCaxbt'.het' : '
w y ;metlastTi&: say fri blessed ariththtlpliig'others" table was laid wfth thaTft
ctecaibusWand'dangerously C
glrls sat the home of the W. t't'r
I' ,i brother Mr was
v I bow much she was enjoying the Albert Page and Mrs. L to find the home is pink linen cloth. The centerpiecewas
sideways man's saddle. Smith family who of
' on a were parents
larger spoken of
Page. the homemaker
list of Confederate veterans published : I as -
A brighter side to every loss a wired heart entwined with
I I remember most-the wild the author of books and !
in "Folks". Said she was the vines I I For entertaHmert they took her And let me help them bear their many ma- housewife, etc. She is now |'pink mums and ivy. There were
I grapes hanging heavy on gazine articles which have beenread ;the: "Home Executive." 2btie
canning peaches from a tree in the a. tour of the Okeeferokee -
I S 1 Ion Cross; I.!plates of dainty sandwiches and
I back yard. (The children said she Interest in individual: plots at'!Swamp pa kith a sight of the Put in my mouth the, words to say all over the work Lillian VL* f cookies served with the iced cakes.
I, was dodging housework) so that I Evergreen seems to be heightening]1 I big alligators thrown in. To drive their sick'nfng fears awayIf Smith., the author, was brought up Sally Camp, whose wedding'II It was a delightfuBy] enjoyable
I ) in this the rail- August 13 is of interest to her I|
home-just across
I manyifrierhd.4
she liked to nave something good ;blast any day ycu'U find someone !I' I can ease a soul in pain party and the friends lingered long
I to serve her friends when they there working or evidence of recent :Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Williams Or make a sad face smile again, 'road track from the first Metfv-I was entertained Thursday Assisting the hostesses were &1I -
'I 'odist Qnu: ch. Mr. and Mrs. James Jmorning> August 1 at a Coca Colapajty I I i
1. have returned from visit with
come. work. I a And teach the lame again to walk, san Levin Brenda Levin and Ann
.Alfred Corbett Sr. purchased the at the home of Mrs. Willie 'I
Hattie Padgett Shiver and I have There is not much can be done ,|Mr. and Mrs. Tommy llia.ms and Or sit beside their beds and talk; Camp.
J known each other since we went in planting tfll the summer sun I little 4-month-old daughter at High If I can see them gain each day i,property and reared their threelovely *Ray Lewis, who was Joined in this 'I
horse back riding out at Aunt gets more on the slant. i Point N. C. In strength ,and courage thru my children there. The Corbett victwrtesy by Mrs. Charles Levin BUYS REGISTERED ANGUS
J family was! a close one, and as the iMrs. Walter Wilkinson and Mrs.
: J J. 4.. .i : j I ." : ." T I j I Mrs. Gettys Braswell (Lenora) And see them fold their Stay hands, in ,Smith family, beloved. Mrs. Ray* INolan" Wilkes. ,I Eddie McGhin of Jasper recentlysold

'and young son joined the Myron Imond Camp Jr., the former Mist'f Miss: Ellen Camp kept the guest 12 registered Angus cows and
Johnsons late in the week for a And know prayer 'Jim Corbett fell heir to the home I book on the cool south porch. Mrs. an Aberdeen-Angus bull to Lawton

OFFICE CHAIRSArmchair visit at Jacksonville. Beach.* that. Thou are there listening, t as her part of some of the estate. :Lewis stood with the guest of non- !! McCuHey of Jennings.
Another sister, Mrs. Horace Lewis, i
I Mr. and M.sW;: mv Reynoldsand Dear God, then all I ask of Thee inherited nearby property the --- WWIAAAAAA/WVAAAASMM
son and daughters of Mr. and Is just Thy instrument to be.
house now owned by ProfessorPowell. :
or Plain Style Mrs. W. M. Musgrove and the Vincents This night hospital in Jacksonville at St. and the smaller home next VETERANS

Suitable for Business or Home Officer great grandchildren Letha and Gray Ladies Gaping was the Night door. Their oriiy; son got another i
ceremony I
Rusty were visitors here recently when 22 young women received historic place the old Corbett plantation -

Excellent item Wauconda.,.Jil'linois.. .cap, a Red Cross pin and a certificate a with valuable farm land and I and Dependents
$34-.50' after three months initial serI timer, and we understand that this
Quality From 1 I like open windows koking out vice. James A. Corbett Jr. has just done .
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? or the pleasant yard. I
;will with the farm. Dr. and Mrs.
.." 1. Maybe I do have to use a palm I The Night Gray Lady service is. Rawls will be an asset to the en- i :
.' +made_ up of women busy at jobs I '
at.--: :-. caf fan.I tire community and this part o f .
SY 2-6331 .' believe perhaps for all the during the daytime and who give th estate. < .The Veterans Service Office in the Hamilton

modern living we have to sacrifice this extra in the evening-one; ,of # 9 I County Courthouse will be closed during the week
THE JASPER NEWS few such.in the United States Jack Mr. and Mrs. James G. Black!
l something truly desirable.
rl it Fella with air ,sonvifle has two-one at St. Vin! t Jr. and sons J. Graham Black m of August J 12 thru August J 17, 1963. I will return -

:t. .Iri-: ; ..:.i ,- . .- ", I I'm "singing in the,conditioning dark" think'I cents The one at Duval Medical Center. and Ralph Black' have moved into,! the following week and be open during my
program concluded with a I residence Central
the on
I Have you spoken for your day regular office hours.
l I lilies? Any garden club members candle lighting ceremony symbolicof avenue.
-. \' service. A tall red candle burned .
will take your order. and 40 small white tapers got a !Mrs. Raeburo Horne of f KENNETH DANIELS
I understand the money will be light from it until half way around Madison was hostess at her home
J.used to start the Garden Club Veterans OfficerOrder
.; "fi- house. v (the darkened room gleamed these in that city on Wednesday August
; HOW COOL .. i ( '*- i lights. Virgie Cone read this pledge 7 complimenting Mrs. Frank Tin- I

.-'-'" On .. vsw"ini cilurdav( | GRAY LADY PLEDGE IdaR (Ofivia Corbett) of Atlanta,e'' >I-- --_._- ---'r -......v..A"1IfUtItIW.. .
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WILL YOU ,BE July ?ob ana Bee Ehlert celebrated I jl pledge a conscientious and loyal

.their 25th "wedding day'j service tq the hospital which 1 i
WHEN YOU GET HOME and 'Mr. 'Cobs birthday. It was | serve. I will hold yin confidence all ,

strictly family' celebration but personal and official matters which
o friends would like to put on their may come to my attention and will Your Trousseau of
eighteenth hole and nt aH times and under all conditions .
home. How will it be i conJnct: myself in sueh
you;;get there'?' i I manner a* to honor the organize
opening the door I i tarn which I am permitted to repre Wedding Stationery

walking into cool,' JUST ARRIVED! sent. .To'be worthy of the tradition I

cpnditioned 'comfort. .It I |lof the lied Cross. To mv utmost to
f less than you think' 'J
;j today.'See how you 1 'give unselfish service. To conform I Exquisitely Tharmogrm by '1.
ho the
I regulations of
society .
be living better: with .
.-r" air conditioning for ;.with cheerful obedience and to respect
I my uniform To, be,
rest of the summer. (duty may require, a willing as subordinate my- You'll b. to proud of your low)/stationary, 4on In bcautifo Ry correct '

do or a considerate officer. tosta end youH be pleased of the sensible price made possible '
,To everything; in my power to
"' strengthen the influence, to promote s by famous Coronet Theemogravieg.o .
the; work of Jhe Red Cross,
and to. conform:: at' all times: to its
j,'spirit of service;;. .! Wedding Imitations Coiling CordsPersonalized As

.. 5P,; and Announcements Stationery

1 i I .Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kelly and Luncheon tnvtsanon Informal NotesMonoqranuned

f Instant children _(he'of the Forestry Service .} I c. Gift Acknowledgments Monogrammed Napkin*
#v I Contort I| ) took their two weeks vacationthis At Home Matchboofcs.
X iJlectncaWygU *- summer in several south ,Flor Announcements
?Jas *iF eki/ ida towns then N
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Mrs. D. B.'Lawson of Jackson- 'F Rfl y..r ........ .-.. Y
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\t '-'- make you last Wednesday*. !
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SUMMER SPECIAL.21inch Rev. and Mrs. Charles Courtoyand I-

Picture Tube '$' .95 this little week daughter of the parents.Terri are Mr.guests and \ eata\Og at
.2' 4' Mrs. C. )RCourtoy.: ;\e lc sip ,
Installed In Your TV Set Charles. See Camp
e and Mitzi have been vacationing "Ne'VS
with one year warranty 1 in the mountains while I J .Jasper

17-INCH PICTURE TUBE ONLY $21..95 Terri stayed with the grandparents. 'rhe

COMPLETE SERVICE ON ALL MAKES the .Methodist Charles spoke Sunday' to; : v'AVERAGE

:Manning's Radio Service aY 1 I congregation. here"Amongmortal 1L .. .A .

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Fine Furniture Styling t
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There is no relation betweenthe I
general inflation and our secondthongbts'are'wisest
:stiB hun VALUE!' : ." : i91'ftESMAY
r prices--YQU get one -' ... I f '
1 dred cents worth of .building 'I -EuripidesHow .
materials for a dollar whenyea W'r true this may be over a -

,-y .buy here. .' \4249.95:. perioid of time is merely a I'.:. SPECK ]) HOT UPTO .
tT tw.: guess but in: many instances; SPOTS LAKES i 3
second thoughtsare indeed wisest t- GEORGE ANDOKEECHOCEE ,
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: 'USED T-V I and best. The great advantage r POUNDS -
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BUILT t they are generally born in the CHECK WITH YOUR 'f THE KlNffOF I
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1 4 For world's thoughts. CAMPS THE PANF/5H'

+, USEDRefrigerator: Finest performance! Another matter however, 'is L l BETTER KNOWN
a second thought originating be-
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ONLY.. MtMlCIlfTED and stands on a broader
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::1 "8...Mifor9dlj 1 *p.*Aet SEE THEM :7 i < fer rtla# j jI ji Whether be a first, second, H(4o+ )INtd
scr wmT I >r 39th thoozt*. your decisionto 4 .b + + 1hty
.}.D BEFCtE.1aiJ: BUY!''i take advantage of the self-
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yellow hats designed of roses ad "T __ ,__ --. .' .. "
r ornedwith sbcrt'back veils. They .. :: .

... white carried. daisies cresent. shape bouquets. pf Public Announcements r rIN --- .. -'.', \VE HAVE

'. The radiant bride entered with : ,
present as-aforesaid or, same Will be
I' her brother, Robert:Carl Dickersonof COURT HAMILTON I barred. I ALL SIZES. .
':t, .. RID' -r COUNTY FLORIDA Firstublicatfori, July IX. 133 i I
Homestead ,Florida whom ... "
..... to ; by IV RE ESTATE OF- -c A* Avrtett .
I' .. 'J .. .., she was giyen in marriage.' Herbnlnette TROD )L; VA GRU1'l. 1> csw4 i As- Curator of the. Estate of;. it fL... '" '1 '
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t. accentuated! NOTICE_ TO CREDITORS Troy M. Vaughn'.a' widower .. .. 3 I
... beauty was "
To All ,Credltot and All Perebns deceased i
by her exquisite wedding gown of Hating Claims or Demands'.Against i July 12, 19,,.2C., AUK i 1 J
lace and silk fea- Said Estate 1 )
chantilfy : organza
The; Sapp Dickerson Wedding in Douglas interests Jasper turing a Sabrina neckline enhanced notified Ton and and each required of you to present are hereby any .NOTICE I ,
I with seed pearls and irrides- claims and demands which you ,or.NOTICE Is hereby ciTeD that the I : FT L M S
folks. either of yoc* may have against the Board of County Commissioner of
sleeves taperedinto :
cents. The long estate* of Tr07.JL Vaughn a Widow. Hamilton County Florida will re- :
calla lily points, over herThe' .r, deceased, late of Hamilton Coun- ceiT sealed bW. for one (1) 11,008 .
wrists. full lace skirt wasstyled ty, Florida, to the Honorable John B. T. U. per b uc'and one. (1) ZJ.80B{. ; ',;.., ..,. \, 4...- .
very Mc ormick. County Judge of HamIlton B. T. U. per hour'Air?'Conditioning ; '\
with an over skirt of silk County Florida. and file the Units to be Installed in the Clerk ol
and same in hi* office in the county Circuit Court's office aid bids to be I
lace scallops
in .
organza, edged Courthouse l. Hamilton County filed in the office of the Clerk of the Also Polaroid
accented with lace medallions Florida, within six calendar months Circuit Court on or before August 6, .
i which swept into a chapel train. I from the date of the first publication 19(3 at 10-Oft a.m. t. o'
hereof. Said claims or demands to I Sealed bids will be opened August
Her veil of imported; French illusion I.contain the legal address of the I! 19M at 10.00 a.m. FLASH BULBS ENLARGING
1 was caught ,to &: crown of :claimant and to be sworn to and t 16 The Board of County Commies

chanttUy ]bee encrusted with pearls !any loners or all reserves bids. the right to rejecti 24':hour Developing

and crystals and cascaded to I I Board of County Commissioners ,
with a cloth identical to that on the { Hamilton County Florida
Flaenophis 'I
fingertip length. bride's table and held a silver I .By Thelma Lewis, Clerk
and Elies-of-the-valley centered yellow daisy, mums. Mrs. Jeff'('July 19, 28 Aug. 2, tl3

with a white orchid formed her Hardy of Atlanta and Mrs.,Jimmy ..

> t dium orchids. epergne of white stock glads and: IN CIRCUIT COURT THIRDi THE JASPER NEWS
) Mrs. Dickerson chose for her Minix presidejf ,over the two silver JUDICIAL COUNTY.CIRCUIT FLORIDA HAMILTON

daughter's.wedding a street length punch bowls. j I IN CHANCERY.
-p *'Vtw2r .r-.asp of silk organza EUGENIA TOLES' f
dress moss green
i plalntifrVs. ., ....
and chantUIy lace having a scoop A program of appropriate music : .J
neckline, and; brief sleeves. The. was offered by Mrs. Bryon Kennedy I I!ROOSEVELT TOLES
," skirt designed witha at the piano during the reception -: Defendant -
r organza was i THR AT-
j i 1N THE 1WAKK V* BT
i r a small flat tailored bow and pep- hours. White chrysanthemums -i I'rHORITY OF THE STATE OF

lum at the waistline attached to a highlighted with two gold': FLORIit.l ROOSfcVELTTOLES: 'Whose .
softly gathered fly panel. Her accessories wedding bands formed the decor-(j I residence TO: and address is Unknown.

..If were of ,matching green on the piano.Qrculathsg. 1I\1'''A sworn bill of Court complaint against having you I.
been filed in
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and her corsage was pink cytnbi- hostesses were mesdames -I II the relief therein sought being dl J/St. Petersburg
,Ivorce and other relief yoU are required /
duet orchids.
George Shirley, W. L. Wood to answer said complaint on ,
Mrs. Sapp chose for her son'swedding f Howell Minchew, Archie Purvis I or before August 16th. 1963 furnishing -' : ) /
to C. A. Avriett Jasper Florida FLORIDA v Y
a street length dress of T. E. Kent and Robert Tift. Assisting I Plaintiff's Attorney, a copy thereof .
champaigne embroidered silk. organza in caring for the guests were else decree pro confesso will. be entered -
fashioned! with a V neckline Miss Gwen Griffin Carol Cross Witness against you.nd and the official ,-t
and short sleeves. The sheath Judy Norris. Sandra Drew Karen seal of this ,Court at Jasper. Florida it's fun, anytime, JQf;

I. skirt complimented by a float ,Tanner, Billie Wood, Pat Wade'I' this(SEAL 17th) day of July THELMA A. D.LEWIS UU '.:;. at Redington Beach

.. fug side, drape: A small] green hat and Wanda-: Paulk. 1 1 Clerk, of Circuit Court 1
1ft..... ,:,; : When Mr. and Mrs. Sapp left By Alice Jones It's real fun at the Billows, overlookingthe
and a corsage of green cymbidium
l- ., .....4.7 orchids completed her attire. I for a wedding trip to Florida the C. A. .Avriett.Jasper. Florida. Guf.! ..Full sized kitchen apartments,

For her grandson's wedding, Mrs ,bride traveled in a costume suit THE COUNTY completely) furnished, for all the family.
/ : : > M. W. Wetherington of Jasper(of taupe brown. The beige blouse JUDGE HAMILTON COUNTY Close to bathing, shopping, racetracks.

: wore a street length dress of blue ,,was emphasized by her bone accessories STATE OF FLORIDA sightseeing golf, and fine restaurant -
:.;:t 1.:::-.. x '. linen and lace, matching blue accessories and hat in complimentingcolors W RE THE CARL BTJLLARDDeceased :.. Beautifully kept grounds,

''I and an orchid corsage.RECEPl'ION to her suit. She wore a white and whit sandy beach. Lovely
Sunday afternoon July 21, 1963, Fuji mums and glads, emerald Jadealong IN PROBATE
the pulpit and candletrees: In orchid corsage deleted from her TO AM WHOM IT MAT CO TCEUn cgtETCt.Y furnished apartments,
at 4:00 in the First Baptist
p.m. bridal bouquet The couple will Notice is hereby given that Bon
double from
Church Douglas, Georgia, Miss the choir loft formed the beautiful I Immediately following the ser make their home in Dublin where uie B. Hillhouse Administratrix filed ittflk5NlD occupancy,
ceremonial back ground. her final report as Adman stratrta of APARTMENT $40 to $50 per week,
Lou Ann Dickerson, daughter of + fMr" vice Mrs. Dickerson entertainedwith
f (Mr. Sapp is a member of the coaching I the estate of CAULEY CARL BUL. I' for
Mrs. Carl Dickerson and the late a reception in the church LARD deceased that she filed her S two.
Joe D. Sapp acted as best Staff at Dublin; High School. ?
petition for final discharge .and that W. will "Pick Ye IV
Mr. Dickerson became the brideof social hall which was decorated
man for.his son. Serving as usher I she will apply to the HonorableJohn I A WEEK
George Daniel Sapp of Dublin Joe Walter Sapp with white glads, mums and a profusion REHEARSAL DINNER H. McCormick County Judge Writ. for Information
were f.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Sapp of brother groomsmen of the bridegroom, Carl of greenery. Mrs. C. M. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. I 21st of Hamilton day of August.County,1963 Florida for approval on the 'FOR 'Two and rw.*rvafJan*.

Jasper. Florida. Rev. J. Lester; Ivey Carter. David Barker ,aH of ,Metcalf greeted the guests at the Joe D. Sapp of Jasper Florida of same and for final discharge MY N JAn PJ7161
Lane of Ashville, North Carolina, Jasper Florida, Gwen Prather ofj door and Mrs. W. M. Snow introduced were hosts to the Dickerson-Sapp as CAULEY Administratrix CARL BULLARD of the estate deceased of

uncle of the bride, officiated at the Melbourne, Florida and Lewis I them to the receiving line. rehearsal dinner given in the Mag- on this 19th DfJ''f July 19C3.
i double ring ceremony and was assisted Sapp of Atlanta. Miss Sandra Hilton of Brunswick nolia Room of the Plantation Restaurant HilihouseAdministratriz _
of the estate of
by Rev. Byron Kennerly. ,kept the bride's book sharing honor CAULEY CARL BULLARD APAXTMBff HOTILTELUHONE '
} Pre-nuptial music was offered by Mrs. Forrest Kellogg of Athens on a table with a single candle and For the affair Miss Dickersonwore Deceased. '
Mr. Newton Tyson at the organ. He was matron of honor and Miss SueCason. I an arrangement of yellow daisies a tunic dress of champaign .July 26 Aug 2 9 11 : 39L9228

accompanied Doctor Disldn G. Morgan .Jacksonville, Florida washer and mums.A silk organza highlighted with an FILE GUIDES : iai3 GULF IOUUV AID,
as he sang "0 Promise Me" cousin's maid of honor. Brides yellow satin cloth overlaid with embroidered design in shades of. UDIHOTOH lEACH
"Whither: Thou Goest," and as a maids were Mrs. Gordon Smith, white; organdy covered the bride's gold orange,and amber and belted MIMEOGRAPHPAPER ST. rmxsiUKG i, FIOHIDA
benediction he "Wedding Miss Janice Powell Miss Jennie table featuring a five branch silver I with velvet. Her
sang green corsagewas .... ........ .........A..A..A..... ..... ........ .. ..6.... ....
Prayer"A Vickers and Mrs. L. J.. Christopher candelabrum having an eperg- a bronze orchid.
sunburst arrangement of white Jr. They were attired in street nette arrangement of white glads l Covers were.laid for forty guests. THE JASPER NEWS r .

length dresses of yellow silk organza -,. and yellow and while.. mums. "'. ..a v.. -
<-i' posed over taffeta. The molded nosegay of yellow rosebuds was .:r.r ',," .
". bodices featured a scoop neckline mounted on top of the beautiful .' .
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':EFOtiR 0 THE J.t\ PE.EW5.. ,, JASPER., FLORIDA >,., Friday August, 9fi 196J.
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: gram that is to be carried on'within -jon.graduation from high school-, i ON.DEANtS; LIST '- I ..

I I .You and'Your School l.,1,,1M I adequate that plant.functional Rift,along school with plant an!'la;the wide' icr school variety program-.hdjprthese of'vocational should 'include people courses Forty-three students a the University ,- pSf11"f. New Antennas

by L Po well !I I must go an adequate supply of find suitable employment and ad- of Virginia School of Medicine i
school equipment to carry at Charlottesville have been
: necessary
justment to life leaving or A With 30ft
Many of the articles that we buyOQ dent and the Principals o fthe re-; out the contemplated programof upon named to the dean's list for the IIU'ftl1ft. .:
I I graduation from high,schooL The .
today's market are made up_of I spective schools to provide the the schooL This of course would program of the ,school should -eatable -j 1962-63: academic session. The list 11) O .' installed. >.
entail having a good library, a laboratory includes Ponce de'Leon SandUn m ? .
several component> parts. It win -
goes type of school leadership that j its students to.life wisely and.
with enough supplies and son: of Mr. and Mrs. Sandun ofJasper
that the of +
without quality ( .
I[result in quality education in that i ischool {happily now and later. $25.00
the end product: is no better than .. eqtxpment to teach each science who Isa second-year medical -
the quality of the component parts system. In each local school course offered a homemaking department -i f The one most important component -student. ..r Bass T. V.
that go into the making of the pro- the responsibility for school leader' designed and equipped' part of any school is a good { Shop
duct. This analogy can be made to ship falls most heavily upon the I I for training to live in a modern I teacher in every: classroom ,and RHODEN REUNION Phone
apply to the social institutions of Principal of that School. It is his home; farm and vocational shops |department in that. school As will t
The Rhoden Reunion be held
men such as the church, the school responsibility to make known the designed and: equipped to train in important| and as essential as are t 792-6565
the health and recreational facili- needs of the school and to be as the courses to be offered; a busi-i all other parts mentioned,, they I,10 Sunday o'clockat; August '11, beginning at
and even the community itself dtlligent as possible to see to it ness education department furnished -I fade into insignificance when the American Legion 1

Certainly the schools, in which we_ that these needs are met. It is his wife modem office machines' if weighed against the qualities of a'1[and Han relatives is White Springs.come and AH bring friends aweD ___ __ u u _
are primarily interested, are made responsibility to see to it that the modem language courses are to be'offered. good teacher. The point must not filled basket.
up of many component: parts all of school Is properly organized and very serious consideration J be forgotten however, that a good S'
which must 'work smoothly and ef- operated in an efficient and professional should be given toward installing'teacher will be 'a much better teaCher ..I I Ahgtlae of .1s4
ficently together if the desired, manner and that the various a language laboratory, and each << with the proper equipment.. RUB& E STAMP from tie Pianos Organs
degree of quality of the school is phases of the school programis classroom should be made functional The Mark Hopkins pupil and :leg- I The second annual Hunter reunion .q smallest to the vrr
to be realized. Some of the con>I kept within the proper per- for the teaching that is to go adage does not fit in with today's p I I will he held at the jSuwannee Ie at. COLONIAL
ponet parts of every school are as I spective. Any weakness within the II l on within that room Band and world. The lunch room operators i I River State Park Sunday August 8I gi.lity RUBBERSTAMPS ) HOUSE OF MUSIC
follows: administration and leaderShip school will sooner or later be lodged -I other music programs desired and custodians of the school are''18, 1963. This is located approximately rvccMtyr built I*
,- housing accomodations,! at the Principal's door--and j should[ be properly provided forgo also necessary to the proper and j 15 miles west of Live Oak last y.st year and year NEW tSED AND
equipment and facilities, regular.this is as it should be because the i i should physical education and orderly functioning of 'today's Fla. on U. S. 90. All of the Hunter lis er, REJUXUFACTUREDPIANOS .
and extra curricula programs, I.Principal is employed to give direction recreational facilities be provided.If schools. .*-"4' j,family is urged to attend. A basket Faster Mrrle at price far
school personnel, the pupils, and and leadershp to the school j the school is to do the job that 'If a school is to secure'' and hold lunch wall be served at 1 o'clock. j jAn boI0w what 7.* mmU or U-
finally and perhaps most impor- If the school Principal is to be it is supposed to do then it must good leadership; if a- school is to !f aaribxp ct t* pay. No Down Payment. l& >ter
of be equipped to do that job. Com In and see n* .a any 3 to *
tant of all the parent and patrons I clothed with the responsibility be properly,and adequately housed J RUBBER STAMP need. years pay
of the schooL Each of the compon- and if he is expected to give direction -{I A good school program is one and equipped and if"the school too often much too little atten- that yw may barT ala Call Collect and oar Bent parts must : and leadership to the school that will come as near as possibleto program is'to be design el to meeta tion is given to the quality of instruction Laps a vida teleetJoa .f 1 play truck will bring It to
supplied in therequired program, then his professional ad-!" meeting the needs of every child wide jvaTiety of needs, and if the that goes on in a given MARKING DEVICES for your front door.
wt' amount vice and recommendations must be I that attends that school: Anything school'is to secure and hold excel I school. Much more attention is yr___,_bwiaca* aad privaftt 1108 N. Patterson
.k .land quality .if,respected or he should be replaced less is lacking at some point. Sure- lent teachers, it must have suf- given to the athletic performance I
,,. -1! the school is to by one whose advice and recommendations i ly a school's academic program, ficient number of students in Orderto pf its team than to the scholastic Valdosta ..... Ph. 341...
:: ;measure up to its, will. be respected. I I should be of such quality and do the job. Here quantity is ex- performance of the schooL When THE JASPER NEWSDIREC7lYONON _
..highest resjEnsiJjbilities : In'order for a school to function I|breadth as to enable any of its ceedingly important The day of I parents and patrons of a school
and ex- properly it must be adequately graduates desiring to do so to be the small high school is rapidly ;i community see to it that the school
(pectations.It, 'housed. Just as other' types of prepared I I to enter any college of passing! from the scene of action. has the proper equipment to do the /
is most difficult construction change in design and j I higher learning that he might de- No matter how hard it may try, it I j job and when they take enough Interest : DCVif"bmaBeach
[ for any institution architecture, so'do schools. Very I sire, providing that the student himself cannot measure up to the task and i to require quality perform-
[ to move.few schools designed and built 35, had made the proper application the demands that loom up before lance of its teachers-then they will Urgcst and Finest Heated Pool Color TV Lounge .
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A community invariably; look to, !today's school purposes and pro- d'rection. Realizing that there will Parents and patrons have a great dren. Apathy and unconcern breeds *" I Entertainment Deluxe! Rooms and Efficiencies .
and has a right to expect ,its Boardof 1.grams.I I always be a large number of school responsibility in seeing to it that mediocrity in any institution. Our Efficiencies from S63 per wk.. x!
Public Instruction, its Board of I The school plant 'must be designed 1'drop-outs and even more who terminate -good schools are ''provided for all schools must not be allowed to Bedrooms from S60 per wk. t
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i Ball Team Gbes* To j "GHOST TOWNS"' .temaL can be The averted focus by of intelligent internal.decay foresight I i. urn err: New r : Th ijt jiasp.er j1lews

Stockton Sunday' and careful planning The I[:. ''By LOIS ZIPPERER ,. published .Every Friday
T. and :
By John Miller lack: of foresight false pride J .

".-' .', the unwillingness] to sacrifice and I. It Is ,said prcpolses are'so intelligent : ., Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper Florida
Lakeland baseball team defeated The term-'GhostTowns""': most cooperate\for the: ''common-- good they:couldfbe!( taught to talK *"x Subscriptions Strictly in Advance
likely dtis.. in"connection
Jasper 9-2 last Sunday afternoon, h origin 'for. some '
spells "ghtt'the "reason to people. But tlat lsn't the setup
en'the Jasper diamond: In spite of E 'r r with theme pioneer '' '!rlalif our MGhost<3tons';. The,.forces of>fexternafrrito hat people wan They "'something $3.00'in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside, of County

the :extremely hot weather, the country's history when. the march it .and decay that, 'have 'that will listen to them. Cards of Thanks .. . . $1.00 Minimum
game was Interesting and exciting of'ctVUizatlOii'began to move'west' been previously' characterized 'are Herald, Concert; Wash. Telephone 'SYcamore 2-6331
at times. Jasper made their runs ward from the Atlantic Seaboard not always subject to wishes of the I
In the fifth inning, when R. Garter across the great plains. The termis local community and are therefore Mr. and ':Mrs.' Isaac Shiver and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers

and J. Vann scored.Next undoubtedly indigenous to Amer frequently beyond ,the power of children of Ferandina spent last --

lean culture when the first settlers local municipalities to control. week with their, parents and grandparents and,Mrs. A. 1.... Mathis. j I this week for,Monterey California.:
Sunday the local team tra- A began to penetrate the, west in I These are the factors with which 11r.nd. 'Mrs. Isaac!.Shiver Mathis is spending several BeMYj?[,Bill is to attend a language school
Stockton. A practice session .
velsjto their for adventure and for
quest this paper is primarily Sr. with his grandparents.. Mr. and there.
is scheduled for Saturday afternoon seeking their fortunes anew under I will to i I
An actual example serve .
DARK Mrs. Bert Zipperer.
at three o'clock. primitive and untried conitions. make clear the problems under Margie Dees daughter of Corbett . i I I Mrs. Jim Stone has been confined
It was perfectly natural to find; consideration. A generation past to Hamilton County Hospital for
I i and Eunie Dees and friend of Jack- and
established along :Mr. and Mrs. d A. Ford
"trading posts" ;
- -- -- -- there was a small prosperous town ; the several days. We hope
sonville last past
left week for Dover
the line of march in keeping with It had railroad 'I Mrs. Charlie Deas attended Church
lt's tho uNiTY in thc COMMUNITY the law of supply and demand. II!in facilities north Georgia.two thriving banks ,a,Delaware to spend some time withMargie's in Madison Sunday nght. I Mrs. Stone will soon be well and
that .GE* thc When the need was felt and conditions ,I cousin Pat and Jackie ,!home again.
5 J2? 4JPNE small hotel first class drug store
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: I Gardener and family. I Bill and Jean Jones who has I
= : -- otherwise were found i t with merchandise I
- [six or more stores
I Mr. and David
S. been spending several da1'5with Mrs Keeling attended -
able "trading posts" were organ I for all community needs, Police '
ized to stimulate trade and to expedite protection, post office schools Mrs. PennyweU Kelly of Live'their parents Mr. and Mrs. Harlon I the Hammerick Reunion

1 I) ft" trade relations. Many of jl and chul:: es. The town was surrounded Oak has been confined to Suwan-'Burnham and Mrs. Jones of Jack I at EUaville State Park Sunday

these "posts" prospered and eventually by fertile farm land well. nee County Hospital for the past I sonville left Monday morning of afternoon.
several days. !.rr.. hurt! .,
grew into towns and cities ductive. Kelley was i
tilled and ro
depending on their geografical lo-! : it I by lightening one day last week. '

jq Giw J :QU t cation. They served not only as 'tWe hope Mrs. Kelley will soon be
f I trade centers but also as places of After experiencing a decade and well and home again.
conditions of an
half of prosperity: .
- refuge from their enemies, and for I I .e. 1@o1z \
external nature began to change
a Ch;ance places of social contact and the tilings. Prosperity was turned into Mr. and Mrs. Rathbum Holton .
dissemination of news and general arrived home from overseas last
far as the town was I
adversity so
information. served week. It has been quite time
They purposes some
Previously dirt withM00RE
similar to that of the cross-road I concerned. since Rathbum has been home.
[ t M' NO'WI Country store that came later and, were transformed super-highways into hand,were surface I REGISTERS

contributed so much to rural life ones, the i Mr. and' Mrs Joel Selph and-
<. constructed which by passed t REGISTER FORMS>>
and rural economy. :family and Mr.: and bars; Harlon I
banks closed stores were
\ town,
Burnham and family spent Sunday I AND ACCESSORIES:
I close farmers
The law of disuse follows the gradually forced to
at Klngsley Lake where they end -!
(same principle as that of use, except -carried their produce to three larger joyed picincing and swimming.
( i D C3 L it operates in reverse order. I town:--county seats ana dt 'f .

When an organization fails to fill their trading, the wagon and the Charles and Lola Mae Zipperer

the need for which it was createdor t buggy were exchanged for trucks' and son Randall of Starke spent L _: '"

BRIGHT POND (JASPER)' OAK GROVE CHTTKCH OF CHRIST! when the need itself no longer and automobiles, transportation {Saturday night and Sunday. with _:
BAPTIST CHURCH Between ;Jasper_ and Jenningson exisits the organization in was made easily available anc:, their parents and grandparents _
Pastor Rev. Henley hignway 41 I quence becomes useless. This CODSe-1 speeded up. A new day had dawned Mr. and Mrs. Bert Zipperer end _

donday School _. 10:00'''a.m.: Sunday Mom. Bible, Study 10 toll ciple proved true in the and the currents of life changed! Mr. and Mrs. Broward Bryan. pt

Morcing Service 11:00 a.m. Worship ,.Service ,..,..... 11 to 12 many "trading posts" and scattered -'j direction, calling for a change ir I .
Training Union 6:30 Sunday Evenings Service .... 7:00 towns over the country. patterns of living.At Hollis and Gertrude Mc Hough
Evening Worship 7:30 Wed. Evening Bible Study.... 7:00 They filled a real need at one time were home from Tallahassee over t

Midweek Prayer Service every Phone WE8-2091 whey served well} the needs for present the town is still incorporated -, the weekend spending some time ............a....A Nrnw r
Wednesday at 7=30 p.m. which they were created. With advancing with their parents Mr. and Mrs.:
but minus police ant I ..-. .+o-...,.....
JASPER FIRST METHODIST progress,and, no need for most of the conveniences that I Franklin Gaston and Mrs. Mcgo a..Nau
"The Friendly Church"N.E.BOO'nIPastDr FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH their existence they; became "ghost,with incorporated towns. One'small I Cullough of Madison. .............. r..
Sayer Canova, Pastor. towns" that sei-ie 'fs onstant reminders . .
grocery store, half dozen filling sta ...., L-A.-- assn
ORDER OF FERVICE Sunday School'at ._ V' 9:45 that time 'piakes present tions with vending machines for Mrs. J. S. Burnham and daughter I _,,,,,,,,.a,. ..4 .......... ... -S. ?n.a

Sunday School .... 9:45 a.m. Training Morning Union Worship.._......11:00 6:45 p.m.a.m. good outmoded, dispensing small items such ased!I Janie and Mrs. Joe Deas attend .-...................,......
church at the first Christian
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening .Worship ............ 8:00 Commerce and industry are necessary cigarettes candy crackers
invited few canned l Church in Lake Park Sunday morning
Everyone soft drinks. With a
Prayer Services Wednesday elements,for the maintenance NEWS
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good office an
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at 7:30 p.m. as well as for, the growth and a
Junior Fellowship _.. 6:00 6:00pm.p.m. prosperity of towns and cities.These .I tary shhool and churches constitute a Mary Lou Mathis and children a *. .-c BCGisitt. iu teenies HBO JOE oaf Ala If nsiioi
Jr. High Fellowship the remains of what only
JASPER CHURCH OF COD are the factors that make :'I of Gainesville spent Sunday with
Youth Fellowship _. 6:00 pjn. few prosperouscommunity
Worship Service ..._... 7:00 p.m. Rev. Earl Deas for the livelihood and well beingof years ago center was a of approximately their parents and grandparents :Mr 14.. *** fa CaJItII k1srEalieaI
Snnday: School .....__ 10:00 a.m. people. When the sources of a and Mrs* Bert Zipperer and Mr.
Youth Social Hour 8:00 p.m. Morning Worship __ 11:00 a.m. community's economy dries up a thousand people present -'(1- __ __ _ _ _ -
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Wednesday Hour of Power-- ._- p.m Evening Worship 7:00 p.m when the channels of industry and, population possible foUl:
--- hundred a "ghost town" deposited
BETHEL PRIMI'I IVE BAPTIST TUESDAY commece by pass a communityits -
each Sun. Prayer Meeting 7:30 pan. very existence is threatened. by the way as progress continues :
Bible Study at Iff a.m to advance The factors mak I SHOP FROM
Service 11 a.m. 7 p.m. FRIDAYSY. When a town becomes isolated and _
Church ing such towns are still operatingwith ? *f e -
3rd P. E. .. ._____ 7:30 p.m. removed from the currents of
Each First and

PBYE Elder 6:L.uO M.pan.DeVane*,Sunday.day pastor PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH trade an to a dtransportation small fraction it on is the reduced -' full force. S u tun n nee Vfl LLEV D o i R i ES YOUR CAR!

j -- WHITE SPRINGSRev. 'wrong side of the decimal point. It.OTHER LOCALS .Courteous Salesladies .
_ JASPER PRESBYTERIAN Ed. Montgomery. Jr. Pastor (is fast becoming a "ghost town" or:'
CHURCH SERVICERev. Evening Service ..._...7:30 p. m. }at best, an apolegtic replies of'I Hilda Van Rouse, a former resident To Serve You
E. F. Montgomery JR., {what it may have been at some former t of Jasper and now of Valdosta -. IVTT ;
Sunday School _......9:45 a m. II BURNHAM CHRISTIAN period of its history. is visiting this week with Mrs -0.

Services ...,......_...---.... 11:00 I CHURCH I H. F. Knowles. Mrs. Knowles is We Produce and Process
.-.- I Paul H. Stewart. Pastor The reasons for the demise of confined to her home much of the <\
JASPER ADVENT Sunday. School each Sunday 10:00.towns and communities are gen j time and would be glad to have STORES4> our own Milk direct from
CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. Church Service Second and Fourth erally well known. There are only I II any of her friends drop by to see V

Travis Carter Sundays .................. 11:00 tow sources from which municipaldeca her. Hilda Van said the girls. areaway FARM our own farms
Sunday School........... 10 a.m. CYF and Bible Study Second and Ii I yand stagnation can come-J at.camp and she is happy to
.......11:00 a.m. the internal
Service one and the other
Morning exCLASSIFIED- be back home visiting friends.
Fourth Sunday nights ...... 6:30
Wednesday Sunday Night night Service: .... 7:30 p.m. I i MILK A FULL DAY FRESHER

Choir Practice 7:30 p.m. JENNINGS METHODIST I ADS

prayer Service .....8:00 pjn.D "Enter Rest Pray"

I VON I A BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Pastor School: Charles each W.Sunday Rogers 10a.m.Sr. I I REPAIRS--We repair all type! ICE Family

WALLACE F. BENNETT. Pastor. Prayer Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.m. FARMERSMONEY TV and radios .also small ap 790
Sunday School 10 am.reaching Worship Services 2nd and 4th I pliances.. Mannings Radio Service. L
) u a.m. Sundays at 11 aon. and at 8 p.m for your farm operations Jasper. 7924421. tfc MILK'IGall se0nly
Training Union 6:30pjn. at reasonable cost. Terms
Preaching -... 7:00 p.nu NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH to fit your needs. Loans up to f FURNISHED APARTMENT Fo:
Wednesday night Prayer Rev. N. M. Rowell pastor 7 years. Call North Florida Production I rent upstairs. Call 192- 331, Robert With the "Ice Cream Taste" Vanilla, Chocolate, StrawberrySo -

Meeting ___---.---.. 1:30 p.m. Sunday School every Sunday at Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave Ehlert Reg. Real Estate Bro: Good and refreshing, too!
10:30 a.m. Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 I ker. tf( _
WEST LAKE CHURCH OF COD Preaching 11:30 a.m. &; 7:30 p.m. : -
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Training Union ___ 6:30 i jn. i[ SEVERAL USED REFRIGERA i CHOCOLATE MILK T
Y.P.E. Sunday -. 6:30 p.m.' Prayer Meeting, on Wednesday. at SEPTIC TANK and Drain Field, TORS Best of condition. Priced Golden Guernsey
Prayer Meeting Thurs. 1:30 P.m .730 p.m.MISSIONARY Cleaning, J. W. Darby. Jasper I" to sell, Mannings Radio Service MILK DRINK
Call 792-3801 tic
BAPTIST ; Jasper phone 792-4421 tfc
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Jennings, Florida I I Power Packed with Protein
FOR SALE Lot on Suwanne GOOD USED TV Installed for 1 G I
Nathan Pastor Oci
Rev. C. E. Bailey, Pastor Wooley, I r A 72. a..
River at Suwannee Rea [100.00 and Mannings Radio I Gal. 46CIn
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday School _____... 10:00 a.m. Springs. up. <
Morning Service-- 11:00 ajn. (Each Sunday) sonable. Inqure Robert Ehlert, Real 'Service. 792-4421, Jasper. tic **O In Glass

Training Union 7:00 p.m. Preaching Service Each Sunday at Estate Broker. 792-6331 tic I .-... Gla'ss ---"
Services 8:00 p.m.. 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. NEEDED
Evening Good for the kiddies hot cold
Wednesday prayer service 8 pan. Prayer Meeting Each Wednesday VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin For Freshness and flavor or
at 7:30 p.m. FREE LUBRICATION! Live Oak Florida for an youx
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH We win give a FREE Lube Job musical needs from organs and i
Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCHW. with each oil change--for a pianos to records and record play-
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. D. Stewart, Pastor limited time only! \ers. C Whipped 2MILK 3Sc
(A class for every ajte group) Sunday School _____ 10:00 a.m.1 I .Firestone Tires !!
Worship Service __ 11:00 ajn, Morning Worship _._ 11:00 a.m. I, .Delco Batteriesat FOB SALE OR RENT Wonder MARGARINE __________ cartons
6:00 training Union _... 6 30
Youth Fellowship pan.PASTOR'S p.m Also deep wet
competitive prices! Bar. one
SCHEDULE Evening Worship -...., ;7:30 p.m FRED TAYLOR'S I i pump $75. and 4, room House or Spreads so easy and is very economical I

White Springs every Sunday at Wed. Prayer Meeting U 7:30 pan. TEXACO STATION ;i2 acres land $1800. Wonder Bar Jaa
Swift. Creek each a.ra.Third -Sunday GREEN RIDGE CHURCHOF Jasper Telephone 793-2903 i!'per, Fla. A9jPORTABLE GaL

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. George F .Newton i would like to sell your farm,, SALE. Fully equipped, now operating fL90c
Sunday School 10:00
STATENVILLE. GEORGIA aon. I see us. We have calls for farms I in Jennings. A real bar
Morning Worship -,__.11:00 a.m I
Allen Brooker. Pastor Wednesday Night __.. 7:30 p.m. I I every week._W. L. Bryan' Red ;gain. For more information
Sunday School __ 10:00 ajn. Prayer ServiceY. ? i I Real Estate Broker. Phone SY I II I Lee Faulkner, Pinetta, Fla. A9p
Worship Service 2nd and 4th P. E. Friday Night 7JO 2-2985 or SY 2-6331 1 I
Sundays 11:00 a.m. I _._ AUCTION SALE
- -- Your Milk In Glass For Natural FlavorAND
Jr. and Sr. MYF Each Sunday at JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF COD Georgia Plate.Glass Co. 4 Saturday August 10th, 1 p.m. al Buy

7:00p.m.. CHURCH- i t .Store Frosts the Coliseum live oak Fin
Prayer Meeting Each Thursday
Sunday School each at I FRESHNESS
8:00) pan. Sunday I I MIrrors Keailvered Selling 70 Durocs
MYF Social Hour Each Thursday 10:00 a. m. i .Tub Enclosures. Showers Bred Gilts
SUWANNEE CHURCH OF J Services Each and eveningOld Sunday moraine I 215 W. Savannah Ave. CH252S3VALDOSTA I 30 Open Gilts I For A Refreshing Treat Old COTTAGE CHEESE

THE NAZARENE time Gospel Sing last Friday' I 20 Boars fashion Cultured Country Style .

Fall Florida each month ........._... 8 pan. PIANO FOR SALE PRACTICE 10 Barrows for faIl shows A hot weather special in ice box
UPRIGHT FOR Write for catalog:
950 -
Leslie C. Poe Pastor BUTTERMILKGsU.
O'Brien, Florida. plastic for freshness.
Sunday 10:00
Preaching: Service ......11:00 AJt STATENVILLE GEORGIA OF MUSK3 1168 N. PATTERSON. Henry GetreH Meld,, Fku a9c:: 1/2 1 lb. __ 29c
D W.KaaaoB Factor .
Eve! c Service 730 P-M. FOR SALE Registered' Polled Here 32C. '

Wedoesday Prayer Meeting 7:&. Sunday(Services School' Back_Sunday 18H) aoa j NL o I ford Bulls 7 to 15 months M. aHcalfnood In Glass __ : ,-."2 Ibs. .-- .- 55c

CORINTH fcSSStONARY Mornatt'Woral 1g,__ 11:&0 anti ,i USED TYPEWRITER J40. Re-! vaccinated. Top Quality.
BAPTIST CHURCH Training I: Union ____._ 6:38 }UI'. -y recooditkned-an in good I R. B. Bryan Madteen. Fns.Alec .. (0 -

Rev.. Mama' Morrison pastor Prayer. Service' Wednesd at wrkmg:I order.-, The. Jasper News "' to 8:00: p.m.

.J5sad 7 School (every Sandal ___ ,at 7:10 7:99 poa.1UD.WHITE USD ELECTRIC'RANGES FOR FOR BItLF-th eIeeIIIc. \J tore Hours :\.fl 8:7 Dom' Per Week ;.
exempt ftftfa Sway 10 ajn. Sate. Good rendition. $tO and Automatic Washer and J yer. AS

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at 11 .... anti 70 poa... HOLWSSS" > f pfeoae 79C-W21 tic priced., 116rs. VemctI-WeetTrlepbeae 1 R' )_ ).1 ._:,'to.shop for dairy_and ice:cream'products at your nearest Suwaa \
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_ "There Are Few That will Be Saved"Since I. Republic = If You-Can Keep irT I .- Hospital Newsk 'COMMISSIONERS CLOSE PRISON

.we have already scri tlu-:aged are came. Notice the I l by Ken FolD 'f i1 )\l\IP-.HIRE\ NEW ROAD SUPT.

verse in paticular. { : ,.In the Constitution of
ally answered the question "Are
him that thinketh be stand u} States will you find any 1 I. sr The .Hamilton County Board of Commissioners
'there few that be saved" we tan heed lest be falL" We I jot ,the, type ',of' economic l I .
this week hired Road and
now with caifdence state that many honest individuals who I deemed most ? a new County Superintendent
there indeed are only, a few that confident that once a : preservation of ,cur j I signed anffcTgreernsnt with Marion County under which
'will be saved out of each age. out saved be cannot be lost, I Private i
i PATIENTS: IN HOSPITAL NOW' : that countY"will accept all prisoners sentenced to hard labor
each. generation. Seeing 'we know''this them the judgement as Christ : prevalent since !I Stewart GoodbreadMrs. .I for the' duration of their after which they
fact we should be moved to Lord !
not everyone that sayeth i and the memory
seriously consider what we may shall, enter but he that doest to the contary. i \ Rev. J.Ottie P. Jones Stone I I will be returned here. Because this will mean that more
do in order to be among the few will of father who is in I well I '
my were aware Ernest Rutledge ;prisoners have to be'kept in the County Jail the Sheriff
of our generation. We have the divine And his will we must 1 the development of
record' of what the two who heed lest 'we fall. I system had I I Luc&e Brown I 'a$ given,authority to hire a full time jailer if necessary.
entered the promised land out of That doctrine brings the Barons Guy Dedge Mr. Sherwood Miner, who has who asked for a reason which Mr.
'the 'vast number who left Egypt another very of the many reasons Charta from I II Mrs. Lavonne Peacock I beep: County Road. Smvkrintmdent_ --_._--.- D,_,_..r.h'n1fnNf___u ___ ___ tn discuss for the
did the record show beyond a which' show why only a few: They knew that f l lm I Hudson Akridge shadow of a doubt that God de- be caved because it had been Bobby Sapp by action of three members of the I'I Bttl Stewart Hlrd
,mands.complete obedience not partiaL Jack Zipperer Board who however allowed him, Commissioner McGhin then
pla1n..messages.of. the
many by money F I
As we read Numbers 32:10-12 In Galatians 5:4 Paul here began to break the 1 l Gertrude Campbell (col.) to remain in county employ until made a motion that BfH Stewart
"And the Lord's anger was kind- ing to some who were'going them to the I Jim Kingdom (col.) I the coming February 1 to protect I|be hired for the job at the same
led the same day and he sware to the old law seeking private enterprise {I Wash Cason (cot) his pension rights. pay and he was again supportedby
saying surely none of the men that after having been baptized '' prevalent both Ii ]]PATIENTS DISCHARGED IN The action took place near the I Commissioners McCulley and
come up out of Egypt from twenty Christ said, "Christ is 1 die "" bpi I]PAST WEEK: end of the meeting when Mr. Wheeler.
+ x- 'years 1 'oItr'SrkT ti&&fSrst3lfr&#*no'-elf ectf Unto yodV;*\\rhoS j es were*TK?settled/ Carry TletcherSP3ffi"1 '" "'*? 'GhliTfeK>Wi1 that Mr. Miller be 1\fC-1 I Bilfc Stewart ail wife halo
the land which I aware unto Abra- you are justified by the Law political : Gettys Braswell lieved of his job as Superintendent, I children and he has been employed -
ham, unto Isaac, unto Jacob: because are fallen from grace.. Now 'I o fthe system by ,; [ W2ey Livingston but retained in some capacity until '' by Canal Timber Corporation
they have not wholly followed from grace they had to have in absentia. ; Mrs. Edna Musgrove February 1 when full retirement as a forest ranger. He has been in
me: save Caleb and the son, In grace so 'there 'we have i guarantees the.. I I Durward Morgan 'wifl be effective at a salary of Hamilton County fo rthree years
of Jephurmeh the Kenezite and plain as words can portary I the Crown in 1!, Derrell King $250 per month and that he vacate at this time and for two years in
Joshua the 'son of Nun: for they message we, can fall from in to j :Mrs. Elizabeth Pearson the county warden's residence: in ,the 1950's. His wife is the former"
have wholly followed the Lord." and,be lost. when'A of the fruits of 1 1I 1I i James E. Whitt 30 days because we are new able Edna Candy daughter of Mr. and
Now some win say that these j, I J Ray Davis to secure a prop replacement I Mrs. W. C. Gandy of Jasper. At
things have no bearing on our Next the Hebrew writer also 'I 1'. Mrs. Patricia Rhodes and might not be able to do so lat. present they are living on his em-
souls salvation and argue the same.,the children of Isreal to had heart did Willie Zanders (coL) er. The motion was seconded by ployer's property seven miles west
but -to prevent this let me give in these last days a lesson i not an that came Florida.'T. Virginia Speight (col.) Commissioner McCuUey. and in of Jasper. He had experience in
you word.for word what Paul has harmonizes perfectly as all I' But with I Tomnrie Howard (coL) the vote later. Commissioner bridge and road work in service
to say and see for yourself if we ed writings do. So read with forty years? : \ W) ma Jean Sowell (coL) k Wheeler voted with them. and with contractors in Florida and
are to take this as a lesson which Hebrews 3719. "Wherefore them that had Emma Lou Neil (cot Chairman Jack Vinson voted Georgia since the war.
applies us in ,this generation or the Holy Ghost saith. To day felt in the I against Mr. Miller's removal 'as The county minutes will be published
not. 1 Corinthians 10:5-12" But with,,will here his voice. Harden to whom swan Local Items. I did Commissioner Aaron Hogan, in next week's paper.
many of" them God was not well |your hearts as in the not enter into .
pleased ":for they were overthrownin in,the day of temptation in the that believeth I
Charles Loomis was here as part TORAYO! SRTJ& HIGH TN JASPER
the wilderness. Now these things derness: When year'fathers that they couH ,....(
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were written for 'WI- examples to t,ted me, proved me. and of unbelief. Here -
the intent that we should not lust ,work forty years. Wherefore I see that they Georgia where he works. While the Jasper market still with a 63.34 average.
after evil things as they also lusted I(,.grieved with that generation God did Ke( and his wife Evester spent a has not overcome hte first few sales Season averages show Jasper a
Neither be ye' idolaters, as some,said They do: always err in ( enter the land week with their son Billy at Cocoa enough to be top dog in total close third with Tifton and Way-
were of them; as it is written. The I I heart: and they have not followed his and with Mrs. Loomis' brother and season average the Jasper warehouses cross leading because of high peia'es
family who also live there. Then leading the belt nearly earlier in the season. Jasper'sseason
people sat down to eat and drink I I my ways So I sware in my: all would
.and rose u pto play Neither let us I They shall not enter into my all would have ;coming back home they stopped every day and bringing their total average is 57.89. Madisonis
commit fornication as some of Take heed, brethren lest I.I tiT at Daytona Beach to visit with average nearer the top with each 57.65.
the Lord is not
them committed, and fell in one I'Its' any of you,an evil heart promises but is I..a friend. 11e. Loomis' report a passing sale. Because of a differ- Thru Tuesday 407,820 pounds of
day three. and twenty thousand. belief in departing from the usward, not : ]most pleasant1 'time. ent setup on local the manager, it tobacco had been sold at Jasperfor
Neither let us tempt Christ, as I I ing God. But exhort one perish but that I I is very difficult to obtain late re- an average of $57.89 per hundred -
: On of this week thus paying to local farmers
sults. Tuesday
some of them also, tempted and were destroyed of the serpents.i l any of you be hardened repentance not free to Jasper led the.entire belt: again bynearly$2.00 a total of Sl.672,549.48.Wednesday's .
PIe at Jasper averaged
hundred pounds
Neither mummur ye ass some of deceitfulness of sin. For we where will per
I whole
them also mummured and were made partakers of Christ God had it all 64.2ft. Several crops
destroyed of the destroyer. hold the beginning of our was why) do: you Valdosta, Georgia were sold for 70o per several pound fanners a new

Now these things happened unto dence stedfast unto the end; Satan the most? (colored only) i Legal Advs . could record remamber.as far as If It's not too
them for ensamples :and they are it is said, today. ye will '
written for our admonition upon i voice harden: not your K. E. Thomas L E Akx-; IN CIRCUIT COURT.CIRCUIT lateBETl'ER BRING IT TO
whom the ends of the world (or in the provocation. For some Box 226Jennings LB.M: :Key Punch THIRD, HAMILTON JUDICIAL JASPER!


Electronics [ IIOMKR H. TAPLKV
Defendant NEWSby
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information and to TO: HOMER OF FLORIDA R. TArLE: whose The W.S.C.S. met at the Methodist -
qualify, see Mr. Campbellat residence and address is Ochlocknee,. j parsonage Monday night at
:Jasper Youth Center I Georgia A Bworn: bill of complaint having. \7:30 p.m. There were 10 members
I New Models been filed In this Court against you: present The president. Mrs. Elizabeth
.--"..,-, c- .,= Improved N Friday, Aug. 9,- from- 5 p. 'I the Torce.relief'and, therein other relief Bought you being are required dl: Griffin, called the meeting
m. to 8 p.m.Scholarship. to answer said complaint 01 to order and led .in prayer.
or before September. 19(3, furnishIng Mrs. Sa% Wiggins presented an
to C. A. Avriett. Jasper Florid;
Same Old Dependable LoansAvailable Plaintiffs Attorney, a copy thereof, inspiring program on preparing
1 : Quality else decree pro confesso will be entered our children, and teaching them
against' you. of and sharing
Byrne College Wltneiui my hand and the officla:I the value money
seal of this Court at Jasper. Florid,, with them responsibilities.. Mrs
215 South this 6th day of August A.D. 163. Cora HUlhouse
Ashley St. THELMA LEWIS. den k W. B. Feagle,
VALDOSTA Circuit Court of Hamlltor I and Mrs. Elsie Goddard assisted

I :t'rE-YSZ-:: : r-rr9I Telephone 242-5358 C. A. Avriett.County by Alice Jones.Deputy den. c with The the meeting program.was adjourned at

I Jasper, Florida. (seal) 8:30 followed with refreshments.
A ug. 9 16, 2. .OS" ep t.i 550
W. A.. Saunders returned homo
1 i last weekend from the hospttea. He
Mr. and Mrs. John Council Camp is recovering nicely.e

request the honour of your presenceat .r The community wishes to express
: I to
their deepest sympathy
.:a. the marriage of their i daughter i Mr. W. A. Anderson in the recent
UIEIUeWCllII$ : death of his brother.
Sally. Genevieve'j j .
ril.TER.FLO W. B. Fee Ie- read a card from
g. to i Mrs. Mildred Young ifl ehurch
.". Sunday. She i Is having a wonderful
WASHER Mr. Jeffery Adrian Moritz i time In Mexico City and MIa
** sends her best regards to every

zi H.. ..11.1 filter Tuesday, the thirteenth r of August"., .ti.' one.. .

Detergent ifepensarWater .G' at eight clock in the evening_ :.'. ._-. I Mrs. Jane Smith baa returned
) temperature 1.-. t home after' a few months visiting
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Mrs. Smith. Everyone has mined
Jasper, Florida "
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